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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    OWEN, Hugh Owen (1803-1891), of Williamston and Llanstinan, Pemb.

    invested in the Morgan estates, including collieries in Monmouthshire.[footnote] In the Pembrokeshire coalfield, the Owens were developing a colliery at Landshipping and the Llandykevan quarry.[footnote] At the 1826 general election he came in unopposed for Pembroke Boroughs, where the 2nd

    OWEN, Sir John, 1st bt. (1776-1861), of Orielton, Pemb.

    OWEN, Sir John, 1st bt. (1776-1861), of Orielton, Pemb. Constituency Dates Pembroke Boroughs 13 Sept. 1809 1812 Pembrokeshire 1812 23 Sept. 1831 Pembrokeshire 24 Oct. 1831 1841 Pembroke Boroughs 1841 6 Feb 1861 Ofifces Held Mayor, Pembroke 1813, Tenby

  • * British History Online *

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    Coal Trade, Minutes of evidence: 01 March 1830

    Gillyhave 200 3 1 157 39,007 1 Hartley 39,502 2 159 5 1,047 1 Inverkeithing 1,047 1 5 5 1,096 Landshipping 1,096 5 1 44 1 Legard Bridge 44 1 1 49 5,994 Llangennech 5,994 49 1 192 1 Londore

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn gweinidogaethu i drigolion y cymydogaethau hyn gyda sel diball a difrifwch mawr. Bu yn trigianu am bedair blynedd yn Landshipping, aeth oddiyno i HwIffordd, lie yr ar- hosodd nes symud i Pencoed yn y flwyddyn 1896. Tra yma gwelodd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Page. Esq., C'E., F dS. 3, Adcluili Ter- - race, Straid, a John Mauil Sutton, Esi., Windham nClub, and. 1j Landshipping Jlouse, 'entoiroksshire. Toeinas Womersley, Esq., Ethelburga House, Bishopsgate Street. ELECTRICAL ENCINEER. Thomas Allan, Esq., CE. i COXaSULTJNG ENGlNEER. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    state of Ireland, the Lords by 175 to 78 votes approved the policy of Ministers. The water brolte into the Landshipping Colliery. Haverfordwest, and only 18 out of 58 men aand boys escaped. Henry Addington, Viscount Sidmouth, died, aged 8'f. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AcciDc NT-FonRTY ltVFS J.OST.-lavurironowitsr, Feb. 16.-Last evening I intelligence was brought to this place of a dreadful acci- dent at Landshipping Colliery, in this neighbourhood, Wlile thc nmen and boys amniounting in number to 583, were at work in one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to await an inquest. - Daily News. Singular and Fatal Accident. - A fatal accident occurred tbe other day at Landshipping, near Haver- fordwest, which has formed the subject of an official inquiry before a coroner's jury. Mr. Owen, son Subscribers-only content

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