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You searched for: Place: Ewenny, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes East Garston

    him at Ewenny . 119 Nevertheless, the advowson remained in the possession of the lords of the manor, 120 and was unsuccessfully claimed against Eva de Tracy in 1221 by the Abbot of Gloucester , to which house Ewenny was

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of St Peter at Gloucester

    the aid of the bishop, Robert de Bethune. 58 In 1141 Maurice of London founded and endowed the cell of Ewenny in Glamorganshire. 59 In 1144 the lands at Glasbury were exchanged for the manor of Eastleach. 60 In 1146

    Parishes Hanslope with Castle Thorpe

    452 He went out of his mind about this time, and the custody of his lands was granted to Henry Ewenny and his wife Alice, Robert's sister. 453 The waste with which they were charged in 1363 454 was proved

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, E

    See Kilcullen, lord. Evangelical League in Germany , 24 (p. 9), 457, 730, 771. Evans , Mr., 1259. Evenny. See Ewenny. Everard , Wm., g. 1015 (4). Everenden , Nic., 1125. Everest , Robt., yeoman of the wardrobe of Robes,

    Survey of Llystalybont, 1563, The Survey

    1l . The same John William Harry houldeth there and of the manor aforesaid by lease frome Thomas Carne of Ewenny then lord of y e manor dated y e fifteenth daye of November in the three and ffortieth yeare

    Miscellanea, Introduction

    fourth document consists of a couple of extracts from a Survey of Glynrhondda, in 1666, lent by Colonel Turbervill of Ewenny. The reason for its publication is its clear explanation of the otherwise obscure terms "towl or chense," "advowry" and

    Miscellanea, Rentals and surveys

    . . Extracted from a Survey of the Lordship of Glynronthey (Glyn Rhonddau), 1666 . Lent by Colonel Turbervill of Ewenny . ALSOE their Custome is & that every ffreehold r of this Mano r ever used and still ought

    Glamorgan Calendar Rolls and Gaol Files, 1542-94

    rape, and were sentenced to be hanged. Coroner's Inquest on the body of John Hewes, finds that Thomas Dauid, of Ewenny, accidentally and against his will killed the said deceased with a stone. At the Great Session, David was found

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CARNE, Thomas (c.1538-1603), of Ewenny, Glam.

    (c.1538-1603), of Ewenny, Glam. Constituency Dates Glamorgan 1586 Glamorgan 1589 Ofifces Held J.p. Glam. by 1562, sheriff 1561-2, 1571-2, 1580-1. Biography Carne’s father, Queen Mary’s ambassador at Rome, had declined Elizabeth’s summons to return to England, pleading papal coercion to

    CARNE, Sir Edward (1495/96-1561), of Ewenny, Glam.

    Edward (1495/96-1561), of Ewenny, Glam. Constituency Dates Glamorganshire Nov. 1554 Ofifces Held Principal, Greek Hall, Oxf. 1521; royal proctor and excusator at Rome 1530-4; chancellor, diocese of Salisbury 1531-7; ambassador to the Netherlands 1538-9, 1541, 1544-50, to the Holy See

    LEWIS, George, of Llystalybont, nr. Cardiff, Glam.

    was scattered among five parishes near Cardiff. The lords of the manor from 1542 to 1622 were the Carnes of Ewenny, Thomas Carne being Lewis’s county colleague in the Parliament of 1586. The manor house, a former monastic grange now

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    s Old Macher Perish Ohutch, Old Aberdeen, per Sir. .LSeark 6 14 0 Weedon, 11ev. .1. H. Hunt........................? 16 Q Ewenny, Glemorgan, Rev. D, Ed'vsrda...............2 6. 0 Sopwonth, Wills, Rev. A. C iv' S Prestwsod, near Groat Miesendoit, Rev. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : n fUiiUt „»^» age about U: Church of E,ig...a d; a*' ; - I*| » *j|j».-;an* j wages.-Mrs. Turbervill. Ewenny Prury. K ' K "' '"' " «ill'il*2 WANTED." first week iv January, Go-'-l I *~?*Litm_ Itwokeptt; not under Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aqueduct, and other Works, in the County <>! Glamorgan; Diversion of River Ogmore; Powers to Divert Waters of River Ogmore, Ewenny and Alum, and of Bristol Channel into Proposed Works ; to Dredge and Deepen Bed of River Ogmore and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; vicar of Holy Trinity. Carlisle- patrons, the Dean and Chapter of Carlisle. Rev. T. D. Bevan, M.A.; vicar of Ewenny, Bridgend- patron, Colonel Turhervil. Rev. B. Birbcck, vicar of St. Aucnstinc's, Bristol ; rector of Me-jor-cum-Redwick. Monmouthshire- patron, the Subscribers-only content

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