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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of names and places, G

    Gunstone), Sackford, i. 336, 451, 541, 625, 636, 731, 976, 1094; ii. 1082, 1333, 1379, 1444. Gunter : Bodenham, of Gwenddwr, ii. 634, 638. James, i. 1123; ii. 195. John, ii. 1382, 1447. Gunton . See Ganton. Gunton , Nicholas,

    House of Commons Journal Volume 85, 16 February 1830, 16 February 1830-16 February 1830

    or near a place called the Upper Chapel , and proceeding from thence through the several parishes of Merthyr, Cynog, Gwenddwr, Llangunog, Llanthewi'r Cwm, Maesmynis, Llanynis and Llanfair-in-Builth , to the town of Builth aforesaid; also, another new line or

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. B. Mands, vicar of Wilnecoto, Tamworth; vicar of Leek-patron, , the Bishop of Lichfield. Rev. David Owen, curats of Gwenddwr, Ireconshire; vicar of Alitmawr, Breconsbire -patron, the Lord Chaocellor, by lalse. 11ev. Herbert Edward Ryle, M.A., principal of St. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Luton, Beds, surrogate for the diocese of Ely ; Rev. David Owen, late curate of Llnntihaugel Risydithon, curate of Gwenddwr, Brecon, (ariug vacancy ; Rev. James Edward Potts, M.A., per. pettual curate of St. Osyth, Essex-patron, Archdeacon 13 m Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been appointed Dean, of Manchester, in piee oS the late Bon. and Verv Rev. Dr. Herbert. PsEENTA.-Rev. W. Williams, to Gwenddwr V. C., Bfecon. shire; dio. St. David's; 1 23l.; pat., A. Maccamaro, Esq. Rev. W. M. Williams, to Llysvwen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Wilkin, to Groombridge, Withyham, Tunbri* ; _ Wells RevH. _*.'. Williams, to Gwynfe, Carmarthen Rev W. < Williams, to Gwenddwr, Brecon. .The Gl; at Art.- Mr. R. H. Mardon, of the firm of Mardon, Son, and Hall, the eminent Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pere< grine Curtois. value 66-5/. per annum, with residence, in the gift of the Lord Chancellor. The Perpetual Curacy of Gwenddwr, near Builth, Breck- nockshire, dioce se of St. David's, rendered vacant by the death ofthe Rev. W. Williams, value Subscribers-only content

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