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  • * British History Online * *

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    Ministers' Accounts, 1492

    of the now King, to Cardif and thence to the Castles and Lordships of Pembroke, Haverford, Kylgarran, Waltbun Castle and Llanstephan, to take and determine the Accounts of the Ministers there this year; as appears by one bill mad e

    Entry Book, August 1691, 1-10, 01 August 1691-31 August 1691

    furthest. Out Letters ( Customs ) XII, p. 324. Treasury warrant to same to appoint Henry Williams as boatman at Llanstephan in Milford port loco Richard Reynolds, deceased. John Fox as waiter and searcher at Gainthorpe in Boston port. Benjamin

    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1495-1496, 01 January 1495-31 December 1496

    instalments. 907 1496. Jan. 29. Thomas Mores, merchant of Tenby, Thomas ap Philip of Pykton co. Pembroke, Maurice Lloyd of Llanstephan co. Carmarthen, William Vaghan, gentleman of Gilgarran, and John Ogan, esquire of Weston co. Pembroke, to the king. Bond Subscribers-only content

    Cecil Papers, February 1590, 01 February 1590-28 February 1590

    Privy Signet, for a grant in fee-farm to Sir John Perrott of the Parsonage of Llanstephan and of a moiety of the Parsonage of Comoelgan in the counties of Carmarthen, Cardigan and Radnor. Greenwich, 4 Feb. 1589. 1 p. Milford

    Index, L, 01 September 1586-31 March 1589

    668; money in the house of, 687; papist; 703. Livy (Livie): quotation from, 567. Llandeferone (Wales): 645. Llanelly : 645. Llanstephan : 645. Lloid John : 645. Loan , . . .: robbed a ship, 547. Lochinvar , Laird of: Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PHILIPPS, Richard (by 1534-61), of Picton, Pembs.

    the late 15th century. Under his father’s will of 1549 Philipps inherited a share in property in the lordship of Llanstephan and at St. Clears. His return to the Parliament of 1555 reflected his connexions and preceded that of his

    BUTLER, Arnold (by 1521-64), of Johnston, Pemb.

    in Steynton, Pembrokeshire, and in May he joined another in leasing various lands in the vicinity of St. Clears and Llanstephan, Carmarthenshire. He died on 17 May 1564 and was succeeded by his son Thomas, then aged 21. At his

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

    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 in

    VAUGHAN, Walter (d.1598), of Golden Grove, Carm.

    three years of his succession to his father’s estates Vaughan began to accumulate lands in the neighbourhood of Carmarthen and Llanstephan. In 1581. he leased the manor of Llandeilo from the bishop of St. David’s, and ten years later the

    MERBURY, John (d.1438), of Lyonshall and Weobley, Herefs.

    virtually came to an end. His service had not been entirely above reproach, for in 1424 the English tenants of Llanstephan and Penrhyn complained that he had wrongfully amerced them, employing for the purpose Welsh jurors who dared not contradict

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 April 1828, 15 April 1828

    " several Parishes of Llangain and Llanstephan, in the " said County of Carmarthen, to the said Village of " Llanstephan, and from thence to a certain Ford in the " said Parish of Llanstephan called Laugharne Ford") « Pr. Subscribers-only content

    20 April 1831, 20 April 1831

    Methodists worshipping at Karney Chapel, in the Parish of Kilcenin, in the County of Cardigan, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Llanstephan: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists worshipping at the Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Chapel, Merthyr Tydvil, 486. — Llangollen and Ruabon; Trosnant; Llanfair ; Hay; Llanbedrog; Tred- dole; Mynyddbach; Peniel Chapel; Karney Chapel; Llanstephan; Golan; Pwllheli; Newborough Chapel; Aber; Llanon; Llandaff; Cowbridge; Silo Chapel, Llan- dagai; Letterson; Y Bont Chapel, Rhosgolyn; Lantwit Major; Subscribers-only content

    Index, 12 December 1833

    Redbirth ; of Pembroke ; of Pembroke Dock; of Tenby; of Carew; of Kidwelly; of Carmarthen; of St. Clears; of Llanstephan ; of Pembrey ; of Langharne; of Milford; of Carmarthen ; of Moorwinstow; of NancegoUan ; of Llanpeter; of Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1834, 24 March 1834

    Upon reading the Petition of the Dissenters of Uanstephao, the Independents and Baptists Connection of the Parishes &c : of Llanstephan, Langunnock and Langain, in the County of Carmarthen, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nihyfa-fod .Misol 1Llansadwrn, yr hwn a gynelir 'ar ddyddian Mavrbth a MIercher, y aedajrfed Gorphena . HysbycVyd fod y cyfeillionuyn Llanstephan wedi dvfod i'r penderfyniad i adeiiadu capel newydd vu y lie hwnw. Penodwyd ar y Parch. D. Lewis,' LIwynbendy, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dini*ed- Ewie, y bugail, i fad ynddi, gao ei fod yn myned i fugeilio as gwr arall a's -nynydd, sf£ Llanstephan a Bancyfelin. LIwyddiant iddo pa le bynag yr elo.- Dyoed iddo heddwch Dowr a'i daognef. GWYL FYIDDOI, BO BETH Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yma Sul a PLun, 22ain a'r 23ain cynfisol. Pregethwyd ar yr achlysur gan y Parchn. J. Thoras, tlanymddyfri; D. Lewis, Llanstephan; E. Edmonds, Abertawe, a Dr. Jones, Trefecca. Yr oedd y brodyr oll yn eu hb aliau goreu, a chafwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Parhun. T. . Thomas, Llanyniddyf ri; 'J. Evas, Llanelly; J; Lewis <Hoomo Ddu) .T.. James, M.A., Llanally DL lewisN i Llanstephan a 'T Je.. 4oewil.-J. J, . YsgnifenydO., HeN.ADUBT1AP IS CLWeCASHIRS,; &c.. e yehaliw j Cyfarfed Chwarterol yr Henaduriaeth uchod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rees, Irefecae,..a_ Mr... a r-' Thos. Davies. Gorwvydd. 0 Sir Gaerfyrddin, y Parchn- ca or J. Lewis, Caerfyrddin, T. Harris. Llanstephan, a Mr. I d1. J. Jones, Bancyfelin. 0 Sir Forgauwg, y Parcha. E. m i Thomas, Taibach, H. Harris, Subscribers-only content

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