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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Seavington St. Mary

    and measuring 160 a., it was sold by C. N. Welman to Vaughan Hanning Lee , then of Lanelay, in Llanharan (Glam.). 64 It subsequently became part of the Dillington Estates . In 1260 the prebendary of Ilton had a

    House of Benedictine nuns The priory of Chester

    Prince granted them the advowson of the church of Llangathen (Carms.) and in 1365 the advowson of the chapel of Llanharan (Glam.); in 1373 they were released from the penalties of the Statute of Mortmain fo r neglecting to obtain

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    Glade : John (fl. 1561), 227 John (d. 1626), 227 Rog., 227 Glamorgan , 117, 138; and see Lanelay (in Llanharan ) Glanfield , Wm., 196, 222 Glasbroke , Peter, rector of Seavington St. Michael , 150, 209 Glastonbury ,

  • * British History Online *

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    Council Minutes, Extracts from Town Book, 1741-50

    Llanedern, yeoman. Thomas Humberstone, of Llanfedw. 28th. Cadogan Evan, of Llantrisant, yeoman. Evan Thomas, of Llantrisant, yeoman. William David, of Llanharan, carpenter. Edward Howell, of Llantrisant, yeoman. David Richard, of Marcross. William Wathan, of Llantwit, yeoman. Edward William, of Nash,

    Council Minutes, Extracts from Town Book, no.VI (c.1740-93)

    David, of Lavernock parish, yeoman. Henry Llewellyn, of the same, yeoman. Thomas John, of Llanishen parish, yeoman. Edward John, of Llanharan parish. yeoman. Edward William, of Llanishen parish, yeoman. Edmund William, of the same, yeoman. Constables of Eastbr/ Ward .

    Glamorgan Calendar Rolls and Gaol Files, 1595-1702

    hereinafter named, that is to say [he re follow the names of 18 Catholics, in the parishes of Cadoxton-juxtaNeath, Llanharry, Llanharan and Llancarfan ] Haue absented themselues from their respectiue p'ish churches or chappells to heare diuine seruice & p'forme

    The winning of Glamorgan, Documents

    VII., p. 140. [A few notes from Leland & ;c. VIII., p. 141. Male descent of Powel of Maesteg and Llanharan: ] Rees Powel of Maesteg Gent. mar d Joan Dau r to the Rev d Morgan Jones D r

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    David Jenkins, 27/6/1802

    Subscription Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 6156 Linked to person: Jenkins, David 1800-1802 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Jenkins Forename David Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 27/6/1802 Office/Status Stipendiary Curate Clerical Status Location

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dilyn- wyd ef gydag-anerchiadau brwdfrydig gan y gweini- ar degion canlynol :-Parchu. J. Jones (B.), Llantrisant ;h D. Davies (A.), Llanharan ; T. Powell (M.G.), Llan- ih trisant; D. T. Morgau (M.C.), LIantrislut; T. T. ei Jonles (A.), Maindy ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the senate. PRtcERMENT.-The Rev. J. F. R. Hinde to Feltwell St. Mary with St. Nicholas C., Norfolk. VACANT.-Llanilid B. as. Llanharan, c. Glamor., dio. Lland.; value, 2531., with residaence; pat., the Lord Chant.; vacant by death of Rev. D. Orifflths. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Minns, to Vicarage of St. John the Baptist. Clay Hill, Enfield. Rev. John Morgnn, to Rectory of Llanilid with Llanharan, Glamorganshire. Patron, the Bishop of Llandaff. Rev. C. A. S. Nicoll, to Rectory of Bepton, Sussex. Rev. G. E. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rhe i>- LT - I jC^'pcv T M. Davies, M.A., to the Rectory of Llanilid, | 1 h Incumbency of Llanharan, Glamorganshire.; ■ * ;th Rev. E. Bosauquet to the Rectory of Porscote, I I -^'v' v \V S Birch Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    24th Regiment, A.D.C. to Sir Frederick Carrington, and Eva, third daughter of J. Blandy Jenkins, of Kingston Bagpuize, Berkshire, and Llanharan, Glamorganshire. The marriage arranged between Mr. Gordon Ley and Miss Rhoda Prodgers will take place at Chippenham Parish Church Subscribers-only content

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