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  • * British History Online *

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    Manorial records, A rent-roll of the manor of Miskin (1666)

    and Ynys Vrwynog payes yearely 3:0:0; 2 Capons; 1 Hariott de opt' Dido Thomas widd' for a Tenem t called Hendre and Tir y Ton hir payes yearely 2:0:0; 2 Capons; 1 Hariott de opt' Elizabeth Mathewes widd' for a


    James Baker, Rector and Vicar, who died in 1738. In the nave are the tombs of Anne, daughter of Alan Hendre and Anne Millet, 1605; Thomas Paltock, Gent. 1670; the Rev. Samuel Spence, Rector, 1730; Roger Tocketts, Surgeon and citizen

    Ministers' Accounts, 1542-3

    12 a in tenure of David Meuric. And for 3 s. 9 d. free rent of a certain pasture called Hendre, containing by estimation 4 a. belonging to the late monastery of Morgan, now in tenure of William Colie. William

    Index, H, I, 01 January 1584-31 December 1585

    wife of. See Margaret of Valois. -, -, aunt of. See Loudunois, Duchess of. Henry , Allain [ qy. Allen Hendre ] , at Rouen, 189. Heraclitus , allusion to, 653. Herbert , Henry, Earl of Pembroke, M. de Civille

    James I: Volume 58, November, December, 1610, 01 November 1610-31 December 1610

    they having come up by his order, to compound for their estates. Nov. 6. 5. Petition of the farmers of Hendre, Rosair, Trebill, and other townships, co. Anglesea, to Salisbury, against Wm. Owen, who was commissioned by them to obtain

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Parch. Thomas James, Llampumsaint, a diweddar efrydydd yn Ngholeg Trefeca, vedi derbyn galwad i fugeilio yr eglwys yn nghapel Hendre, Sir Gaerfyrddin. Nid ydym yn gwybod i gyda sicrwydd pa un a ydyw Mr. James wedi ateb yr' alwad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    agoa i Lanelli, sef Mr. ' Thomias Jame', Islnpumsaint yr-twn-a-adawlaodd-Trefecca,,.Mehefin, 1868.: .Bti y bugail hwn yn cyfaillachu Ag ergwys yr Hendre dros, ddwy-flyn dd ,cyn. iddypt- xroi,:galwrad .ifcT4 h a bito ddau fis yi lluffrio 'cy' eei slefyddi, ;afei p Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D. Hughes, W. Jones, Josiah Evans, T. Job, T. Thomas, Jos. Evans, T. James,' A.C., W. D. Williams, T. James, Hendre, D. Lewis, Nazareth, D. Morgan, Liandilo, J. Evans, N. W Jones, Meidrym, tynghyda M1 ri Roberts, Llandilo, James, Llanymddyfri, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eglvay sir tua phym- theg i'w. hordeihio -ndni-ddaeth i tnyA'r rhl ,ond tri, sef Mn. J. Davies; Trinity, Llaneiii! James, Hendre, aT. Phi antcyielin, brawd y Parch.-D. PhilpMetg ~ehtiy~fn i'r rheol, a digon f eillion 'ymaYEyi y daw y lieuiH Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cyfarfod Misol nesaf i fod yn Capel yr Hendre, dyddiau Mawrth a Mercher, Chwefror 27ain a'r 28ain. Y gynhadledd gyntaf i fod am ddau o'r gloch dydd Mawrth. Rhoddodd cyfeillion yr Hendre wahoddiad gwresog i'r frawdolineth ddyfod yno, yn weinidogion Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    JONES, Philip (d.1603), of London and Llanarth, Mon.

    JONES, Philip (d.1603), of London and Llanarth, Mon. Constituency Dates Monmouth Boroughs 1589 Biography Jones was a Monmouthshire man, with property in the borough of Monmouth, who traded in London as a grocer. He was related by marriage to


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