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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Jesus College JESUS COLLEGE

    the 14th or earlier centuries. The earliest manuscripts are all theological. One of the Welsh manuscripts, the Red Book of Hergest , was written in the late 14th and early 15th centuries and 'is of special interest to students of

    Early medieval Chester 400- 1230 Parish boundaries within the walls

    i. 36. Bruty Tywysogyon: Peniarth MS. 20 Version , ed. T. Jones , 59- 60; Bruty Tywysogyon: Red Bk. of Hergest Version , ed. T. Jones , 135- 7; Davies , Wales 1063-1415 , 51-2; D.N.B . s.n. Malcolm IV


    of Pembroke , 23, 24, 39, 293 Hereford , city, 212 - county, 264 Hereford , Nicholas, 12, 133 n Hergest , 277 Herkomer , Sir Hubert von, 251 Herne ( Kent ), 325 Heron-Allen , Armovel Daphne, 342 Herprut

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    VAUGHAN, Charles (by 1529-74 or later), of Hergest, Herefs.

    Charles (by 1529-74 or later), of Hergest, Herefs. Constituency Dates Radnorshire Oct. 1553 Ofifces Held Commr. subsidy, Rad. 1558; j.p. Herefs. 1558/59-73/74, Rad. 1558/59-64. Biography Like its namesake of Porthaml, the Vaughan family of Hergest, near Kington, was descended from

    CLANVOWE, Thomas (d.1410), of Hergest and Yazor, Herefs.

    (d.1410), of Hergest and Yazor, Herefs. Constituency Dates Herefordshire 1394 Herefordshire Jan. 1397 Herefordshire Sept. 1397 Ofifces Held J.p. Herefs. 27 July 1397-Nov. 1399. Ofifces Held Sheriff, Herefs. 3 Nov. 1397-9. Ofifces Held Commr. of arrest, Herefs. Apr. 1401; inquiry

    BAKER, John IV (by 1503-44), of Presteigne, Rad.

    13 days later and his place was taken by John Price I at a by-election on 19 Feb. The wardship of Baker’s son Ralph was bought by James Vaughan of Hergest, Herefordshire, who as sheriff had returned him to Parliament.[footnote]

    BLIKE (BLEAK, BLECK), Richard (by 1517-57), of New Radnor.

    New Radnor. To his wife and children he left varying amounts of livestock, and to his brother-in-law, Charles Vaughan of Hergest, and to his cousin, John Blike of Astley, Shropshire, a horse each. The will was proved on 4 Oct.

    VAUGHAN, Robert I (by 1524-75 or later), of Presteigne, Rad.

    Vaughan family, the sheriffs son John Bradshaw II with the Vaughans of Clyro, Radnorshire, and John Knill with those of Hergest, Herefordshire. No connexion has been established between Vaughan and Robert Vaughan II, who was returned to the Parliament of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Wills, James I (1603-25)

    upper border containing nineteen pieces and the nether border seven pieces; to James, son of her nephew John Vaughan of Hergest, 25 all the furniture of her red chamber at Luxborowe; 26 to the Countess of Leicester a pointed diamond

    Index, J,K

    289. -, sheriff of, 879 (i). Kingston , Kyngeston, upon Thames, Surrey, 170, 476. Kington , Kynton, Heref., 522. -, Hergest in, 443. Kinlet , Kynlet, Salop, 749. Kinnersley , Kynnarsley, Heref., 377 (x). Kintbury , Berks, Titcomb in, 294. Subscribers-only content

    Index, H,I

    Bohun. Herefordshire: lands and manors in, 277, 377 (x), 529, 817, 832. sheriff of, attorney of, 64. Herfelde. See Harefield. Hergest , Hergester [in Kington, Heref. ] , 443. Hermeston. See Harmston. Herne , Richard, 365. Herne , Kent, manor, Subscribers-only content

    Index, U,Z

    esq.), 377 (xii), 488, 607 (i), 671, 773, 798, 909. -, -, -, of Westminster, 291. -, James, gent., of Hergest, 443. -, John, ap David ap Howell, 522. -, Richard, mayor of Bristol, 89. -, Thomas, kt., 522. -, Subscribers-only content

    Index, S - Z

    378 Vasor , Master Peter, Rector of S. Edmund the King and Martyr, 612 Vaughan , Charles, 745 John, of Hergest (co. Salop?), nephew of Dame Margaret Hawkins, 746 James, son of, 746 Vautort , John de, fishmonger, 574 Venour

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WELSH OF THE LLxYF CocH o HERGEST. Translated by Lady Guest. Bernard Quaritch, 16 Piccadilly. Gyda llawenydd mawr y derbyniasom y gyfrol hon. Yr oedd yr argraffiad blaenorol mor ddrad fel nad oedd un gobaith ir Mlaws ei feddiann, ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr hwn eydd wedi ei ': gyhoeddi gan GyrIdeithas y tlawyagrifau Cyinreig. " Ceir ef hefjd yn "Ilyfr Coch o Hergest," a rhan 0 hono yn llyfrgell Hengwrt. Dywed Lewis Mores fod Y y diweddef o'r teulu yn byw yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddis- n gwylir i fod yn barod yn Mehefin nesaf. Ymhlith y e rhai fydd yn dilyn bydd 'ILlyfr Coch Hergest,' Gwoithiau Aneurin a Taliesin, &c. D Diamen y bydd yn dda gan liaws mawr o ddarllen- d wyr Cymreig Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    curiosities' beirniadaeth - Eisteddfodol. Y cyntaf o'r " hen lyfrau " i ym- ddangos fydd y ' Llyfr Coch o Hergest." Er s- galluogi y cyboeddwyr ilddwyn allan yr hen gof-lyfr 7- yn ei gyfanrwydd y mae Cyndeithas aurhydeddus y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gohebydd yn yr Athen&lurT yn galw sylw Cymn deithas y Cymmrodorion at y dyryswchgyda chyhoedd- iad y 'Llyfr Coch o Hergest,' a hen weithiau Cymreig eraill. Cofir ini hysbysa amser yn ol am gytundeb a'ri Clarendon Press i ddwyn hen Subscribers-only content

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