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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WYN AP HUGH, John (by 1525-76), of Bodvel in Llannor, Caern.

    (by 1525-76), of Bodvel in Llannor, Caern. Constituency Dates Caernarvonshire Mar. 1553 Caernarvonshire 1571 Ofifces Held Jt. (with David Lloyd ap Thomas†) bailiff, Pwllheli and high constable, commote of Gafflogion, Caern. in 1546; j.p. Caern. 1550, sheriff 1550-1, 1559-60; commr.

    WYN AP HUGH, John (by 1525-76), of Bodyel in Llannor, Caern.

    (by 1525-76), of Bodyel in Llannor, Caern. Constituency Dates Caernarvonshire Mar. 1553 Caernarvonshire 1571 Ofifces Held Jt. (with David Lloyd ap Thomas) bailiff of Pwllheli and constable, commote of Gafflogion, Caern. in 1546; sheriff, Caern. 1550-1, 1559-60; commr. relief 1550,

    GWYN, alias BODVEL, Hugh (d.1611), of Bodvel, Llannor, Caern.

    Hugh (d.1611), of Bodvel, Llannor, Caern. Constituency Dates Caernarvonshire 1589 Ofifces Held J.p. Caern. from c.1573, escheator 1588-9, sheriff 1589-90, 1597-7. Biography Hugh Gwyn was the first of his family to use (frequently) as his surname the name of his

    WYNN, Thomas John, 2nd Bar. Newborough [I] (1802-1832), of Glynllifon, Caern.

    for Catholic emancipation.[footnote] Reports of proceedings in the House when he presented anti-Catholic petitions from Bangor, Caernarvonshire"s Welsh Calvinistic Methodists, Llannor and Pwllheli, 12 Feb., differed so much that he inserted a an explanatory notice and compilation of newspaper reports

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i fod ar hyn eto. Derbyniwyd Mr. OA en C H ughes, a John PEarry, blaenoriaid a ddewiswyd yn P Llannor yn aeloden o'r Cyfarfod Misol. Mater y selat B am haner awr wedi wyth boreu Mawrth, " Gweddi-ei E Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Trade, who can speak English and Welsh. Apply to Mr. PrILIP WILLIAMS, 12, Bridge Street, Aberystwyth. Bwrdd Ysgol D.U. Llannor. YN EISIAU. YN mis Mawrth nesaf, Athraw i Ysgol Bhydy- clafdy. Anfoner y manylion parth oedran, cyflog ddisgwylir. testi7nwtial7s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tby i yfed ar oriau augbyfreith 'awn. IRHYYCLAYODY.-Dydd LMun diweddaf, agorwyd ysgol new- ydd Bwrdd Ysgol unedig Llanfihangel, Bachellaeth, a Llannor, yn Rhydyclafdy, Cafwyd y t'r yn rhodd gan Mr. Jones Parry, bladryn. I ddeehreu dathln yr agoriad, rhoddwyd te Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ate ef a'i tabh Yr eced Pwllheli, gyda pentrefi Abererch, Fonrcrosees, Llanarmon, Llangybi, Llanystumdwy, Cricerth, Pentre'r- femin, Efail newydd, a Llannor yn lawn pontydd&o' fyth*yrddion, a banerau yn chwifio gydag arwyddeiriau priodol i ddangos ewyllys da i'r etifeddieUanG a'i denln, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Robert Jones, Efsilnewydd Llannor, n Miss Ellen Griffith, Brynmarla, Bryneroes. JONES-WILLIAMS.-Ary 9fed cynfisol, drwy drwy- dded, yn swyddfa y cofrpstrydd, Pwllheli, gan Mr. B. T. Griffith, Mr. Richard Jones, Tanygrisian, Ffesbiniog, a Miss Margaret Williams, Tan'rallt, Llannor. JoNES-ROBERTs.-Ar y 18fed Subscribers-only content

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