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  • * British History Online * *

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    Volume G 259, August 1653, 01 August 1653-31 August 1653

    of Llangadoch, Commissioners for co. Carmarthen, to Wm. Rutland of Whitland Abbey. of the sequestered lands of Rob. Brett in Llangain and Llanboydy, now held by him, rent 38 l . 2 Aug . 1653. [ G 167, p . Subscribers-only content

    Cases before the Committee, January 1647, 01 January 1647-31 January 1647

    fine. 29 46 Claimants on the Estate. 23 April. 1651. Rich. White begs the moiety of lands, & c., in Llangain, Llanboydy, and Whitland, co. Carmarthen, on a judgment against Sir Rob. Brett, for 1,644 l . extended in Dec. Subscribers-only content

    Index, L, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    302 (65 p. 152); ii. 70 (p. 29): g. 773 ii. (16). Lanelthy. See Llanelly. Langayng , co. Carm. See Llangain. Langcottys , Dors., i. g. 149 (40). Langdon , Westmld., ii. g. 771 (12). Langdon priory (supp.) , Kent,

    Index, L, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    (4). Llanfihangelysternllewern (Llanehangell) , co. Monm., i. g. 1335 (36). Llangadfan (Llangadvan) , co. Montgomery, ii. g. 266 (20, 36). Llangain (Llangayne) , co. Carmarthen, i. g. 1081 (1). Llangattocke ( i . e . Langatock). See Cadoxton. Llangattocvibonvel (Llangatock)

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HYGONS, Gruffydd (by 1496-1559), of New Carmarthen.

    St. Mary’s Street, King’s Street and elsewhere in Old and New Carmarthen, with a grain mill there and properties at Llangain, Llanstephan and St. Clears, all at a rent of £22 a year; at the same time they acquired holdings

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mi wyddis ddim am el hanes boreuol a'i droedigaeth. Ymunodd a chrefydd yn lied ieuanc gyda'r Annibyn- wyr yn eglwys Llangain (Smyrna), ddim ymbell o'i. ardal enedigol, a chyda'r un enwad y dechreuodd bre-. gethu. Wedi tyfa i fyny y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Boathe, and R. C. Walsh.-Wrateiford Chro. nicie. , - It appears that by the census returns for the parish of Llangain there are 117 males and 226 females, nearly 2 to 1. - The quantity of copper ore imported into Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    intentions. TLid successor to Cal- crath is one Robert licklard EIvans, a weil-to do farmer of his own land, of Llangain Farm, near Car- marther., South Wales, anld who has assisted at executions for the last fourteen years, out of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ret'. Williana Mdooro Ede, M.A.; as,5istant-chaplain of St. Tbomas'e, -.Ncwcastlc-on-Tyzie. Rev. David Evans, curate of Pontybereni, Folinfeel; perpetual curate of Llangain. Patron, the tCeV. DaWrc Craven. Rev. Albert John Foster, M.A., rector of Farudih; 'icar of Wooton, Bedfordshire. Patron, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Steward, to Runbarn V Tvr^V i_ Rev. G. H. Tidcome, MA., to St. Peter's V *_____*»>»._ Rev. Joseph Williams, to Llangain V.. &n____f_2F B * tt **' Rev. W. O. Pocoek Wilson, to Holy Trinity JmSKSL Virulent Epidemic at North Subscribers-only content

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