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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MORGAN, William (by 1525-82), of Caerleon, Llantarnam and Pentrebach, Mon.

    of the Cistercian abbey at Llantarnam, which he adapted as a residence. Three years later he and a man from Gloucestershire, bought for £1,600 the reversion of the nearby manor of Magna Porta, in Llantarnam, with various small outliers in

    MORGAN, William II (by 1525-82), of Llantarnam, Mon.

    (by 1525-82), of Llantarnam, Mon. Constituency Dates Monmouthshire 1555 Monmouthshire 1558 Monmouthshire 1571 Ofifces Held ?Collector of subsidy, Newport 1544; commr. relief, Mon. 1550, piracy 1565, 1577, musters 1570, victuals 1574, tanneries 1574; j.p. 1555-d.; sheriff 1567-8, 1572-3. Biography Morgan

    MORGAN, Edward I (1560-1634), of Llantarnam and Pentrebach, Mon.

    I (1560-1634), of Llantarnam and Pentrebach, Mon. Constituency Dates Monmouthshire 1584 Monmouthshire 1586 Ofifces Held J.p. Mon. from c.1582, sheriff 1582-3, 1601-2. Biography Connected through his mother with the wealthy Mansells of Margam, and brother-in-law to Sir William Herbert of

    HERBERT, William IV (by 1530-67), of St. Julian's, Mon.

    lands in Anglesey and Caernarvon and all lands in Glamorgan, to his brother Miles a tenement at St. Michael’s in Llantarnam and to his sister Barbara a sum of £33 6s.8d. The remainder, including all the goods and lands in

    HERBERT, Henry (c.1548-98), of Wonastow, Mon.

    1572, procured his return for the county by a ‘blatant trick’ against the better-supported candidature of William Morgan II of Llantarnam. Herbert’s partner in that Parliament was his future wife’s uncle, Charles Somerset, a trustee for the marriage settlement. Herbert

  • * British History Online *

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    Patent Rolls, Introduction

    almost invisible. Under date 1557 occurs another Crown grant of Church property. It is a concession to William Morgan of Llantarnam, esquire, and another, of ( inter alia ) a house in the High Street of Cardiff, and another in

    House of Commons Journal Volume 9, 29 April 1678, 29 April 1678-29 April 1678

    and Provincial of the Jesuits, in the County of Monmouth : That for several Years past, he lived . . Llantarnam House, then in Jointure to the Lady Morgan ; which by her Death, about Two Years since, came to

    Index, L

    90. La Noue (La Nouee), Fran ois de, French commander, his regi ment stationed in St. Quentin, 31. Lanternam. See Llantarnam. Larkes , Agnes, of Leake, co. Lincoln, wardship of her daughters, 82 and n . Larkes , Mary, daughter

    The manors of Cardiff district, Descriptions

    passed to Llantarnam previous to the Dissolution of the Monasteries. Lands which formerly belonged to Caerleon appear in the rolls of the Augmentation Office as the property of Llantarnam. The various lands "at Llystalybont" belonging to Caerleon (afterwards Llantarnam), and

    Index, L

    356. letter dated at, 155. detention of a priest near, 240. Mayor of, 240. Llandaff , Bishop of. See Bennet. Llantarnam (Llanternan, co. Monmouth), 204. Lloyd : George, Bishop of Chester, 353. -, letter from, 240. Lodo, serjeant-at-arms, 27. Richard,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the course of his canvass he felt the necessity of the Ballot. The public meetings of his supporters at Rumney, Llantarnam, Tredegar, and Abersychan have been of a cheering character. NEWcAsTE.uNDERn.LYME.-Mr M. D. Rollins has declined the invitation of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the 6opestl rnMe dayo orlsermeeting, Tie Grand NAtional Hunt Steeplechaseew WYwon by Llantarnam, next to whom finished Dry Dread, and the were the only two o!Jtheibalf-dozen runners which negotiated ti Rocountry. There *111t not be great Im~provelsiont' ia sport Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nearly thirtv, and there is not a bad-1OOking mare amongst them. fle foals, too, look very promising. Mr. Jenkins's " Llantarnam," a twelve-year-old, with a noble pedigree, is the pick of the lot; but it is doubtful whether Lord Willoughby Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING NEWS. - SANDfOWN PAPAS RACES. Y fSTaRfDAY.-The Stadown Park March meeting was commenced in bright and genial weather. The Prince of WVales was present to witness the sport, and, although the company was not so numerous as usual, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING NEWS. To the Editor of the Daily Post.-Sir.-With commendable exnedition the various handicappers ba-e finished their labours in connection with the Sprinm events, and in Thursday's Racingj Calendar Uhe whole of the important% and many of the minor, Subscribers-only content

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