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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Suckley

    manor until 1215, 22 when it was granted by King John to Llewelyn ap Jorweth, Prince of North Wales , who had married Joan the king's daughter. 23 Llewelyn gave the manor to John le Scot Earl of Huntingdon ,

    Parishes Bidford BIDFORD ON AVON Plan of village based on the Ordnance Survey and 'Archaeologia' vol. 73, p. 90.

    Llewelyn , Prince of North Wales . But, owing perhaps to the frequent border warfare of the next few years, Llewelyn did not obtain livery of it until 1218, when it was valued at £3 16 s . 40

    Owston

    was returned as part of the soke in 1129 -30 33 and in about 1226 was probably leased by one Llewelyn . 34 In 1231, with most of Rothley , it was granted to the preceptory of Rothley . 35

    The city of Worcester The castle and public buildings

    were crowned here in 1159 . 47 John paid many visits to the city between 1200 and 1216 , 48 Llewelyn , Prince of Wales , met the king and did fealty for his lands, at Worcester , in 1218

    Parishes Rowde

    During the first half of the 17th century there are numerous entries in the register relating to the 'Flweleen' ( Llewelyn ) family. Another piece of evidence of movement of population at this time is an entry concerning Sarah Weeks

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charter IV, Confirmation by Hugh de Despenser of charter III (1338)

    William De Ercalewe, then Steward of Our lands; William De Careswell, Henry De Umfrauill, John Dauene, knights; John Le Norreys; Llewelyn ap Kenewrek; Matthew Le Soer; Thomas De Barry; Thomas ap Aron; John Louel, then Bailiff of the County of

    Ministers' Accounts, 1492

    the middle of the street of Rooth, demised to Llewelyn Kemmes for a term of 70 years, by record of the Exchequer of the [blank ] year preceding. And the said Llewelyn will new build one house on the cottage

    Records of the Cordwainers and Glovers, List of members

    1680. Lewis, Arthur. w . 1670. Lewis, John. c., a . 1714. Leyson, William. a . 1783. Llewelyn, Rice. a . 1684. Llewelyn, William. c . 1708. m . Lloyd, Lewis. w . 1669. Lloyd, William. Longman, William. 1729. Matthew,

    Cases brought before the committee, August 1651, 01 August 1651-31 August 1651

    [or Rich. Dowdswell ] and the colonel, whose servant he was, about anything this last war. Nov. 1651 ? Chas. Llewelyn, Worcester Castle, to Lieut. Needham. Pray come here to-morrow morning without fail, for I have important business with you Subscribers-only content

    Augmentation proceedings, Introduction

    to him the house late of the Grey Friars of Cardiff, with the lands belonging to the same. John Norrys, Llewelyn ap Morgan, William Giles and John Welym have trespassed on those premises and taken away the stones, timber, windows

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yndeynat. Y n wir, ni sonir am enw Ifor. . Yahydig a ddalenau a roddir ir adeg o farwolaeth : Llewelyn ab Gruffydd hyd deyrnasiad Ear ri Tudur, 4 ac yno y terfyna y llith. Yr ydym wedi dangoa pa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fro'r dwyrain, Bach. ren a Walia, Dryw, Teiliwr Llwyd Bach,, Tremrydd, Pelydryn, &c., Derwydd, &c., Cudyll Coch, Bryn, Ad. newyddiad, Llewelyn,. T*r, . Galarwr, Cymro, Omi- cron,. Ap Gomer,.Arfonydd, (I) Ymdeithydddl dwal, (2) Ymdeithydd, Eryron, Archfardd yr Urdd Gocosaidd,. Surveyor, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mae,. y .Frenhines newydd aerhydeddu Llewelyn Tu~rner, .Ysar., .iiiweddar ~Faezr tref Carna~fon l'r gradd o fazehog-mewn eydnaibyddaeh o'iwasnth cyhoeddus -am fait~h fainaerr; midyn uingr i.drefCaer- narfon, o~nd fi wvallanaeth ilyingesol y wlind :r Ymhlith -y rhaia aethaat yn Uvyddianuwtrwy ar- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei gynal yn aurhydeddus, a gweddio liawer ar ei ran. Yn nesaf, galwodd y cadeirydd ar y Parch. Mr. c Llewelyn (A.) Yr oedd yn dymuno cymhwyso y rhan r hono o'r Ysgrythyr at Mr. Phillips, ac ato ei hun, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oi dderbyn. Eiliwyd y cynygiad gan Mr. W. i M. Jef'reys. Cynygiwyd y gwelliant cynlynol gan y i- Parch. LlowNlyn Llewelyn (TiC.):- Na fyddai hel- )r aethiad yr vsgol blresenol, yn ol barn y cyfarfod hwn, yn sg gymwys i Subscribers-only content

 

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