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  • * British History Online * *

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    The winning of Glamorgan, Introduction

    the native antiquities; where Welsh St. Donat's holds aloof from an English counterpart, while Flemingston jostles Llancarfan and Bonvilston elbows Llantrithyd. So also (at least according to the Welsh epic) the laws administered by the officers of the Norman Fitzhamon

    Addenda to Volume 1, Introduction

    Ca rdiff; 3 which, it is curious to observe, was holden of Sir Rice Mansel as of his Barton of Llantrithyd. This document is of great importance to students of the history of Glamorgan. Of the Chancery Proceedings, the first,

    Members of Parliament for Cardiff

    usually called John Thomas Bassett, was of Llantrithyd and the eldest son of Thomas Bassett of that place (who was a you nger son of the Beaupre family, but acquired the Manor of Llantrithyd with his wife.) The Bassetts were

    General Index, L, 01 January 1644-30 September 1644

    letters to his regiment Livingstone , James, Earl of Callender, Lieutenant-General of the Scottish army Lord of Almond, see Almond. Llantrithyd , co. Glamorgan Lloyd , Mr. Arthur Charles, son of Arthur Lloyd Col. Charles, Quartermaster-General in the Royalist army Subscribers-only content

    General Index, A, 01 January 1644-30 September 1644

    Nicholas, of Weston, co. Lincoln, bond of Austrian Dike , the Avery , Mr. Samuel Awbrey , Sir John, of Llantrithyd, co. Glamorgan, knt., warrant granting a baronetey to Axholme , the Isle of, near Doncaster Axsam [Axmouth ? ] Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on tiro .nth ult., at his resi- 1 deance, in Leieuster-squarc. Aged 7U. The Rev. R. Trevor Tyler, rector of Llantrithyd, f near Cowbridge, and formerly normestic chaplain to dung 3 William IV. when Duku ot Olareuce, uied recently. Ageu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a son, still-born. TIJRNER.-Sept. 3, at Chigwell, Ewses, the wife of G. Turner, Eeq., of a son. TYLER.-Sept. 4, at Llantrithyd, Glamorganahlrc, the wife of the Rev. R. T. Tyler, of a daughter. WOOD.-Sept. 5, at Aibury Rectory, the wife Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tyler, his relict ; George Heury Tyler, Esq., his son ; and the Rev. R. T. Tyler, M.A., Rector of Llantrithyd aud Mynachlogddu, the testator's brother. This naval officer was the eldest sou of the late Admiial Sir C. Tyler, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as red as blood fell near the village of Bon- vilston, and extended from thence in a westerly direction over Llantrithyd, Flemingston, &c, towards Llantwit-Major. It was so manifest, that it impregnated the clods of earth, many of which are Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRTHS. Oa the 24th att. atLingfell Villas. SwnerviUe. Seacombe, the wife of Francis C. Rounth waite. of a son. On the. 27 :h ult. at High Lane, near Stockport, the wife of Thomas Royle, Esq., of a daughter. On Subscribers-only content

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