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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stoke St. Milborough STOKE ST. MILBOROUGH IN 1842 Stoke St. Milborough: The Church of St. Milborough

    who sold it in 1806 to Robert Tench . Tench sold it in 1811 to William Smith of Maerdynewydd (in Llancarfan , Glam.). 73 Smith died in 1819 leaving the estate to Mary, daughter of his servants John and Anna

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    carp; chicken hatch-ery; dovecots; ducks; eels; fish-ponds; perch; ponies; swans; trout Lizard , the (Cornw.), Llanbedr-y-Cennin (Caern.) , see Dolgarrog Llancarfan (Glam.) , see Maerdynewydd Llandaff , bp. of, see Cressett Llandrinio ( Mont. ) , Llandudno (Caern.) , Llanfilo

  • * British History Online *

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    Glamorgan Calendar Rolls and Gaol Files, 1595-1702

    ed, the following now presented Catholic parishioners for this offence: Llanedern (William Morgan James), Tilston, Llangeinor, Sker (6 Turbervilles), and Llancarfan. Bundle 21. No. 9. 17 Car I. 1642. The Royal Court of the Most Noble Philip, Earl of Pembrocke

    The winning of Glamorgan, Introduction

    are inextricably mingled with the native antiquities; where Welsh St. Donat's holds aloof from an English counterpart, while Flemingston jostles Llancarfan and Bonvilston elbows Llantrithyd. So also (at least according to the Welsh epic) the laws administered by the officers

    Selections from Archivists' Reports

    such noted luminaries of the British Church as Saint Cadoc and Saint Illtyd. It was there that Saint Cadoc of Llancarfan used to pass the season of Lent with his monastic brethren. ( Camb. Brit. SS ., pp. 45, 336.)

    The winning of Glamorgan, Documents

    a roddes glych i amryw blwyfau ym Morganwg, ag Organ i Gaerdydd a Llandaf, a Llanilltyd, a'r Bont Faen, a Llancarfan, a Llandathan, a Llangynwyd, ac Aberdar, a Chelligaer, a Llanffagan, a lleoedd eraill. Y rhain bob un a dynnwyd

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr ardal. Llywydd- wyd gan y Parch. W. Lewis, Penmark, se ar ol anerehiad gan, y Parch. P. Jones (B), Llancarfan, terfynwyd, a phawb wedi eu boddloni yn fawr. ST. ATHAN.-Noas Fercher, yr 21ain eynflsol, cynhaliwyd cyngherdd yn' y capel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oes anwiredd ynddo. Daeth mewn henaint i'w bedd, feL y'cyfyd Cygafn o &d yn ei amser. Cladd- wyd hi 'yn Llancarfan, dydd Mawrth, Tachwedd 29ain, so yn ul ei dymuniad gwssanaathwyd ar yr achlyssr gan y Pancha. Hugh HEarris, Penybont, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and general dealer. LBXem ROBZaBr, lately trading as Roberts Bros. and Co., lately residing and trading at Cadoxtonrnxta,-Barry; now of Llancarfan, Glamorganshire, lately builders' merchant, now licensed victualler. PA0TN]RSHIFS DISSOLVED. Thomas Ballock, hrthur C. Bourner, and William C. Thom- son, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    v... .■» • to pay entirely through the uegiig.-nce of their servant""' Yours, Ac, J. D. m .; BK; / Llancarfan Vicarage, Cowbridge. Tt) THE USUI lit Of Till; Mol.N'lXi; po ST . Sir, - With your kind permission, I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Railway Bill waa read a third time and passed. PETITIONS. Tbe Earl of Beaconseikld presented petitions from the inhabitants of Llancarfan, county Glamorgan, the ministers and members of the Kirk Session of ttie parish of Cambernauld, Dumbartonshire, the members of Subscribers-only content

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