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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    OWEN, Thomas (c.1637-1708), of Cwmeog, Nevern, Pemb. and Gray's Inn

    treas. 1704-5; j.p. Pemb. Aug. 1688-d., Haverfordwest and Mdx. by 1701-d. Biography Owen’s father was an illegitimate son of the Henllys family. His part in the Civil War is not known. Owen entered Gray’s Inn at the unusually late age

    PHAER (FAYRE), Thomas (c.1510-c.61), of Forest, Cilgerran, Pemb.

    Forest, as well as lands he had enjoyed during his stepson’s minority, passed eventually to Thomas Revell. George Owen of Henllys described Phaer as ‘a man honoured for his learning, commended for his government, and beloved for his pleasant natural

    PHILIPPS, John (d.1629), of Picton, Pemb. and Clog y fran, Carm.

    father. Other parts of the estate, however, were left to William’s daughters Elizabeth and Mary, wives of George Owen of Henllys and Alban Stepneth of Prendergast respectively; and much of John Philipps’s life was spent in territorial disputes, of which

    PHILIPPS, William (c.1530-73), of Picton, Pemb.

    were married into those of Wyriott of Orielton and Laugharne of St. Bride’s, his daughters into those of Owen of Henllys and Stepneth of Prendergast. All these were sworn enemies of Sir John Perrot, and the fact that Philipps was

    PERROT, Sir Thomas (1553-94), of Haroldston and Narberth, Pemb.

    a more than local importance. Already in April 1588 he had joined with his fellow deputy lieutenant George Owen of Henllys, and other local gentry, in reporting on measures to be taken to defend Milford Haven against a Spanish landing,

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, M, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    requested to be licensed, for Nonconformist services, or where Nonconformist ministers resided: Abergavenny, Aberystruth Bedwellty, Bettws Caerwent Caldicot, Christchurch parish, Henllys Llangibby, Llangwm Llantarnam parish, Llantiliopertholey, Llantrissant, Llanwenarth, Magor, Marshfield, Mynyddyslwyn, Newport, Shirenewton, Undy Montagu , Capt. Ch., of the Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    Col. John, commander of Dublin Castle in 1659 John, Independent, and his house, Aberysiruth, Monmouthshire, licences to Margaret, house of, Henllys, Monmouthshire, licence to Richard, Viscount Ranelagh letter of letter of, mentioned drafts by memorandum by petition of, referred undertaking Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, 1672, An Act for raising the Summe of Twelve hundred thirty eight thousand seaven hundred, and fifty Pounds for supply of his Majesties extraordinary occasions.

    of Trocoone Griffith Davis James Bowen James Lloyd Morris Wogan Thomas Jones John Mathias William Meare Esquires William Owen, of Henllys John Ellyott and William Lloyd of Trowent Gentlemen Arthur Langharne John Owen of Prusully Hugh Langharne Jenkin Vaughan John

    Charles II, August 1-15, 1672, 01 August 1672-31 August 1672

    of Llewellyn Rossar, Aberystruth, Monmouthshire. Independent. 231 House of John Watkins, Llanwenarth, Monmouthshire Independent. 231 House of Margaret Jones, Henlis (Henllys), Monmouthshire. Independent. 231 House of Rignald (? Reginald) Morgaine, Bettws, Monmouthshire. Independent. 231 House of Charles Churchyard, Fram [1 Subscribers-only content

    Preface

    Child's Hill, Hampstead; Hammersmith; Pinner; Uxbridge; Willesden. Undefined. Hackney. MONMOUTHSHIRE. Presbyterian. Bettws; Caldicot; Mynyddyslwyn. Congregational. Aberystruth; Caerwent; Caldicot; Christchurch Parish; Henllys; Llangibby; Llangwm; Llantarnam; Llantrissant; Llanwenarth; Magor; Marshfield; Mynyddyslwyn; Newport; Raglan; Shirenewton; Undy. Baptist. Abergavenny; Bedwellty; Llantiliopertholey. NORFOLK. Presbyterian. Banwell Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    262. Hemel Hempstead, 311. Hendon, Brent Street, 360. Hendon, Mill Hill, 360. Henley-in-Arden, 316. Henley-upon-Thames, 311. Henllan and Llanfallteg, 289. Henllys, 399. Henrietta Street, Saint Pancras, 360. Hepton- stall, 311. Heptonstall Slack, 393. Hermon (Two Petitions), 289. Heme, 276. Herringswell, Subscribers-only content

    9 November 1705, 9 November 1705

    their Opinion therein, to the Houfe. A Petition of Ann Cerbett, the Widow and Relict of Erajmus Corbett, late of Henllys, in the County of Pembroke, Efquire, deceafed, Charles Owen, of Nafo, in the faid County, Efquire, and Dorothy his Subscribers-only content

    15 February 1791, 15 February 1791

    Parish of Meline, and to the the River Ouze is at present navigable, from New Junction of the Road from Henllys to Cardigan, in haven to Lewes Bridge aforesaid, for small Barges, and the Parish of Bayvil, and also the Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1791, 17 February 1791

    Parish of And a Committee was appointed of Mr. Rose, Mr. Meline, and to the Junction of the Road from Henllys Gilbert, &c, : And they are to meet To-morrow to Cardigan, in the Parish of Bayvil, and also the Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 5 December 1809

    Pendomer - 30Q. Rectory of Pellow - 310. Vicarage of St. Nicholas 311. Vicarage of Ailesbeare - 312. Curacy of Henllys 313. Vicarage of Ebburton - 314. Vicarage of Isle Abbott's, &c. 315. Vicarage of Fifehead - 316. Vicarage of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr unig chwarel a weithir yn y Ile hwnw; a pherchid ef fel dyn Cywir a chydwybodol. Genedigol oedd o Henllys e Wn, plwyf Aberffraw, Mon, adaethai i'r wlad hon tua deugain mlynedd y o01. Ba yn aros yn Quincy, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    diweddaf, a chadarnhawyd hwy. 10. Hysbys. c odd y Parch. J. V. Williams, Rhoscolyn, fod Col, H. f Lewis, Yaw,, Henllys, Beaumaris, wedi amlygu ei fwriad i i gyflwyno y tir perthynol i'r capel yn Rhoscelyn yr hwn o a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cofnodan y eyfarfod diweddaf, a ohadarnhawyd hwy. 9 Hysbysodd v Parch. J. V. W Iliams, Rhosoolyn, fod Col. Hampton Iewis, Henllys, heblaw ei-fad, fel yr hysbyswyd y cYf- arfod diweddaf yn Beaumaris, wedi amlygn ei barod. rwydd i roddi tir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gystudd. 16 Penderfynwyd lei bod i snag y Gynideithasfa ye Menai Bridge i basia diolohgarwch i Col. Hampton Lewis, Yaw., Henllys, Beaunmaris, am ychwanegu chwarter erw o dir i gapel Rhoscolyn, a chyllwyno y cwbl yn feddiant bythol i'r Cyfnndeb. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3- Porth, Amlweb, heb alw aheb i fed yn flaenoriaid. 4- Aberffraw wedi rhoddi galwad i Mr. Thos. L. Griffiths, Henllys Fawr, i fod yn fltenor. Cadarnhawyd yr alwad hon, am fod Mr. Griffiths yn flaenor yn eglwy'5 Penucheldref o'r Subscribers-only content

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