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  • * British History Online *

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    The manors of Cardiff district, Introduction

    means what we now call the Vale; and not the whole of that, for Llanbleddian and Talavan (and perhaps also Llantwit), were "member" lordships, and Llandaff, the lordship of the Bishop, was not considered as forming part of the "body"

    Council Minutes, Extracts from Town Book, 1741-50

    of Cardiff, sadler; fee 3 s .4 d . Sept. 29. Daniel Jones, of Llantwit Major, yeoman. Edward Wilkin, of Llantwit Major, yeoman. David Thomas, of Llantwit Major, yeoman. Charles Morgan, of Saint Donat's, yeoman. Rowland Carey, of Cardiff, victualler.

    Wills, 1470-1611

    Dec. 1611. To be buried in parish church of Llantwit Vardre. Legacies to churches of Llantwit Vardre, Landaff, St. Mary's Cardiff and St. Jones Cardiff; to the poor of Cardiff and Llantwit Vardre; to eldest son Thomas; to daughter Jane

    Ministers' Accounts, 1376-1401

    Saint Michael in the 16th year of King Richard. Note. This year the Bishop of Llandaft made a visitation at Llantwit Major, and the following stock was provided for his Lordship and his retinue: corn, 6 bushels; hay, for the

    Council Minutes, Extracts from Town Book, 1761-70

    yeoman. David Lewis, of Whitchurch, mason. Richard Mollineux, of Llandaff, carpenter. Thomas Cradock, of Llandaff, thatcher. Francis Evans , of Llantwit Vaerdre. yeoman. Morgan Thomas, of the same, yeoman. Edward Evans, of the same, gentleman. Thomas Jenkius, of the same,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ff?tuv ? ? ?? ?VM,, Torodd. tn ailanf*yn ngwaith gnlo: Llantwit. yr wytbnoa ddiweddaf. Ni wyddidjar y prydji ba radd-' a yr oedd ytan-yn bodoliond ofbid ei fodynied bwysig. Dywed -y Westerl :.ail na bu y: sefyll alla yna Nyfflryn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i -:.LIt Mae Argiwyddi y Qyngor Addysg 'wedi rhoddi gor-. ' chymyp am i fwrdd ysgol gael ei ffurfio yn Llantwit, c}a Deheuair. - , Mae inesur nwy ydref hon wedi ei'ddarllen yn iae Nhy yr Arglwyddi am~y drydedd waith.- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    20, Merthyr Road Landore. .Mr. W. Williams, Bookseller, Wern Llansamlet...Mr. Hezekish Thomas Mr. W. Rosser, Bookseller Llantrisant...Mr. J. Morgan, Gwernymoel Llantwit Vardare ..Mr. B. Thomas, Cross Ian Llwydcoed, Aberdare...Mr. B. Rogers Merthyr... Mr. Isaac Hughes, Bookseller Mountain Ash...Mr. G. H, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Williams, Bookseller, Wern Llansamlet ... Mr. Hezekiah Thomas 4d Mr. W. Rosser, Bookseller ft Llantrisant...Mr. J. Morgan, Gwernymoel w Llantwit Vardare ..Mr. R. Thomas, Cross Inn ic Llwydcoed,4Aberdare ...Af. r. Rogers Merthyr.. .Mr. Isaac Hnghes, Bookseller Mountain Ash ... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Williams, Bookseller, Wern 3 Llansamlet.. Mr. Hezdeiah Thomas f Mr. W. Rosser, Bookseller Llantrisant ... Mr. J. iobrgan, Gwernymocli Llantwit Vardare . .M. B. Thomas, Cross Inn Llwydcoed, Aberdare. ..Mr. R. Rogers Merthyr ... Mr. Isaac I-ghes, Bookseller Mountain Subscribers-only content

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