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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index of persons and Places, G

    Gladestry (Glandestein), co. Radnor, 254; Closemaur (Close Maure, Close Mawr) in, 250, 254. Gladwin Street , in Hendon manor, 92. Glamorgan , county of, 85; Receiver General of assessments, etc., 142, 147, 182, 395. Glancouragh. See Ballinrallywood. Glandestein. See

    General Index, G, 01 September 1664-30 September 1665

    Giles ketch , see Ships, names of. Gillet , Mr. Gillingham Gilpin , Capt. B. letter of Girault , M. Gladestry (Radnor) Gladman , examination of Gladson , Capt. Gladstone , Lieut. Glamorganshire , deputy lieutenants of Glasgow Archbishop of Subscribers-only content

    Index of Persons and Places, K, 01 January 1703-31 December 1703

    cinders assigned to, 404. -, -, payment to, for subsisting seamen for the Navy, 191. Kentish , Margaret, lands in Gladestry escheated to the Crown, 134, 144. Kenton , Alexander, master of a transport ship employed at Vigo, 239, 270.

    Entry Book, October 1691, 21-31, 01 October 1691-31 October 1691

    of the office of Steward of the Lordship and Manors of Melenydd, Gwerthriman, Cwmtydder, Presteigne and Presteigne Lands, Knighton, and Gladestry, co. Radnor, and of the boroughs of Knighton and Presteigne and of the Courts of the same, which office

    Entry Book, March 1673, 1-15, 01 March 1673-31 March 1673

    Relating to Money III. p. 299. Same of same to Thomas ap Evan of several messuages and lands in Glandostry [Gladestry ] co Radnor, part of the lands of John Watkins, senr., and John Watkins, junr., outlaws. Ibid . Same

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LEWIS, Rhys (b. by 1532), of Gladestry, Rad.

    LEWIS, Rhys (b. by 1532), of Gladestry, Rad. Constituency Dates New Radnor Boroughs Oct. 1553 New Radnor Boroughs 1558 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Rad. 1578-9. Biography This Member was probably the heir of Gladestry and not his kinsman Rhys Lewis of

    LEWIS, Ieuan (by 1511-?97), of Gladestry, Rad.

    Ieuan (by 1511-?97), of Gladestry, Rad. Constituency Dates Radnorshire 1558 Radnorshire 1589 Ofifces Held Escheator, Rad. 1553-4; j.p. 1554-8, q. 1558/59-d.; sheriff 1556-7, 1561-2, 1574-5, 1580-1, 1588-9; commr. subsidy 1557/58. Biography The Lewis family of Gladestry Court was of ancient

    LEWIS, Ieuan (by 1511-?97), of Gladestry, Rad.

    LEWIS, Ieuan (by 1511-?97), of Gladestry, Rad. Constituency Dates Radnorshire 1558 Radnorshire 1589 Ofifces Held Escheator, Rad. 1553-4, j.p. from 1554, sheriff 1556-7, 1561-2, 1574-5, 1580-1, 1588-9, commr. subsidy 1557-8. Biography Gladestry, or Llanfair Llythynwg, was a mesne manor of

    LEWIS, Rhys, of New Radnor, Rad.

    New Radnor 1562. Biography Rhys Lewis came from a junior branch of the important local family of Lewis of Gladestry, and was related to Ieuan Lewis. He was in England when his father made his will, 19 Dec. 1552. He

    LEWIS, Thomas I (1518/19-1607), of Harpton, in Old Radnor.

    Deheubarth in the 11th century; it was also related to the Lewis family of Gladestry, Thomas Lewis’s father Hugh being first cousin to Ieuan Lewis of Gladestry. A minor figure in the region, Hugh Lewis had served Walter Devereux, 3rd

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    water which runs by the vlaccount of a river-baptising in a along black gowD, with a 111 tefv age of Gladestry. A man in the water, which gwn h a long staff in his hand, went down to fathom tounwg Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    This SFinlous OttARGeu ArmAINST A Cr~i~RrY3.4AMe-At t n Croydon Police Court, yesterday norning, tihe Rev. Chlrles t d Grey, of Gladestry, Herefordsh'irc, was charged on remanid I Y- with indecenitly assaultimg two boys. The details of thc tl it ease Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    This day .... Miar. 26 ...... Brightwell. Thursday.... ,,, 29 ........ Holton Stone-pits. THE RADNORSHITRE HOUNDS.-At hr/Op-; I This day .... Mar. 26 ...... Gladestry Villa.,. Monday ... 2.. 2....... Norton Villag,. Wednesday.. , 4........ Kuighiton. Sathirday .. 7..... Keuuels. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t 'en.-Satur- day, Dec. 21, Brynderwen. Tua RADNOSHnnIRn bONDs, at half-past Ten.-Thi2 day, Dec. 28, WVigore Rolls; Monday, Des, S1, Gladestry Vilago; Thursday, Jar. 3, Kennels; Sarday, Jan. 5, Lhnighton. Air. SEix.y LoWNDI'.S HOUNnS, at Etevens,-Saturday, Dec. 20, N ash. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RussNousrsrTrcr AND Wrluv ltrraaroau Hurtsrre at half-paoo IcTr..-This lay, Nor. 23, at Stiros ttlrer-post (liEighton)r ; Friday, Nov. 27, at Gladestry. Loreu FITZIAIAt1r N07'aS flouices, crt a qanrter to Elerven.- Turseelay, Nov. 24, ait Slirubridge Gravel Pits; WVediuesrdy, Nov. 25, Subscribers-only content

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