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  • * British History Online *

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    Documentary addenda

    Thomas James Jenkins William Davis John Thomas James Thomas William Tell Wheeler Edward John Thomas Jenkin Daniel Jones Wyndham Lewis Greenmeadow Revd. William Price Lewis John John Lavernock Thomas Thomas Atty. Edward Bird Junr. Richard John Lavernock Evan Evans L

    The older inns of Cardiff

    when the Morgan Arcade was built over it. Baker's Row runs southward from Wharton Street to Barry Lane. Before reaching Greenmeadow Court it widened out into Golden Lion Court. The inn stood at the east corner of Wharton Street and

    Members of Parliament for Cardiff

    15. Wyndham Lewis (T.) 457. Ebenezer Ludlow (T.) 245. The poll was kept open for seven days. Wyndham Lewis of Greenmeadow and Pantwynlais Castle, fourth son of Rev. Wyndham Lewis, M.A., of Newhouse, was born 7 October 1780, and called

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    behind your ear," remarked one of tbo lawyers. " Just where I thought it was." DID YOU EVER ! Mrs Greenmeadow (from the country on a visit) : " And Martha, dear, how's Maria Percher ?'.' Mrs Upham Dp-iam: "Oh, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    families contain d i. ■he llth Part (just published , of th.anatkmal work are I ',- following : - Lewiaol Greenmeadow, Hume of nl.«, . Calvert of Albury Hall, Hartopp In _ .y V Z ?,, ' I Shenton, Paget Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    her uncle, General Sic James Viney, K.C.H., of Taynton Manor, Gloucester- shire. Her ladyship married, first, Mr. Wyndhaas Lewis, of Greenmeadow, Glamorganshire, who died time prole, 14th March, 1838, being at the time meinear for Maidstone, and having represented Cardiff Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Morgan Morgan, Colonel Hill, M.P., C.8., Mr. E. P. Lee (chairman of the Cardiff Divisional Council), Mr. Henry Wyndham Lewis, Greenmeadow ; Mr. Oliver Jones, Fonmon Castle, and Mr. Reginald Mortimer (the District Agent of the League). A vote of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fifth annual f.'te of : '-t Habitation was held on Wednesday at the residence of .'.! . Henry Lewis, at Greenmeadow. Some or 7 'JO of t..» members and their friends were in attendance. .; I spent the early Subscribers-only content

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