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  • * British History Online * *

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    Ministers' Accounts, Introduction

    Ministers' Accounts Introduction CHAPTER II. Ministers' Accounts. This class of documents is of special value to the student of local history, owing to the light which it throws upon the feudal organisation, with its elaborate system of customs and

    Volume G 259, August 1653, 01 August 1653-31 August 1653

    instructions therein. [ G 167, p . 675. ] Annexing , i. Lease for 7 years from Jenkin Dawkins of Llwyn y Maudy, and Morris Thomas of Llangadoch, Commissioners for co. Carmarthen, to Wm. Rutland of Whitland Abbey. of the Subscribers-only content

    Memorial inscriptions, Roath church

    Memorial inscriptions Roath church Roath Church. The early ecclesiastical history of Roath is wrapped in unaccountable obscurity. Very strangely, the Llyfr Llandaf does not seem to contain any clear reference to it, even as a chapelry; yet Roath was

    Wills, 1470-1611

    Jan. 1550. (Administration granted to relict Alice.) To be buried in church of Pentyrch. Legacies to churches of Landaff, Pentyrch, Llwyn Lyddon, Llanwensan; to Cardiff bridge, Landaff bridge, and bridge of Ynys Wern. To 2nd son Robert 2 tenements of

    Index, L

    goods, 175, 176 Latten (Lattin) agreement concerning production of, 196 Laugharne , co. Carmarthen castle of, 135 Laun Perred. See Llwyn Perrot Laurence , Elizabeth, in the service of the Countess of Kildare petition to Cecil, 173 La Varenne ,

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Domesday Book 1300-1540 AGRICULTURAL DEPRESSION CAUSES ALLEGED IN 1341 TAXED WEALTH IN 1327

    Arundel had 422 sheep in the lordship of Oswestry and 452 in Ruyton. The Oswestry flock, which was kept at Llwyn -y-mapsis in Sweeney township, was maintained at just over 500 sheep in the early 1360s ; in 1394 -5

    Index K-Z

    Cefn-y-maes Lloyd : Sam. (fl. c . 1600), Sam. (fl. 1797), fam., LLoyd fam. , n Lloyd George , David, Llwyn -y-mapsis , see Sweeney Llywelyn ap Iorwerth (Llywelyn the Great), local authorities , and see boroughs; parishes; poor-law unions;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    canwyd Meirionydd, St. Gar- mon, a bostyn. Hefyd, dewisiwyd yc s sin llafurus gyn-arolygwrMr. Griffith, Grove Road, Mr. Edward Davies, Llwyn Onn. Amh chwech, pregethodd Mr. Thomas drachefn, oddiar Rhuf. viii. 3S. (anwyd Farrant, Meirionydd. Caerilyngoed, .a Missionary. [Diangodd rhai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YR ERLEDIGAETHAU POLITICAIDD YN NGHYMRU. : CYNADLEDD YN ABERYSTWYTH. Nid oes odid gwm na Ilanerch o'r Dywysogaeth, ac mae yn amheus genym, wedi y dinoethiad a wnaed gan Mr. Henry Richard yn y senedd, a geir un o ddeiliaid Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    34, Beaumont- lo street, Stableton Road. I'r hwn a gyfansoddo gan ar "Ddydd Sant Dewi " yn gymwys i'r dan "Llwyn wr Onn," gwobr lp. Is. Oc. ; pedwar yn cystadtu, goreu "ILlywelyn," ond ni ddaeth ei enwpriodol i mewn, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y DEHEUDIR. DYFFRYN TAwE, LLUN, IONAwR 24A1N. teAgoriad Capel y, Cwn, LIQ1.ialrnlet.-Mae yn 1- gofius hwyrach gan ein darlienwyr i ni vwned cry- r, bwylliad muewn rhifyn blaenorol,fod yr hen gapel r, enwog uchod yn myned trwy adgyweiriadau pwys. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CYFARFODYDD MISOL. CYFARFOD MISOI MORGANWG.--Cynhalivvd yrUCiod I ary died a'r dlfed cylisol, yn St. Athan ; penItref bychan amaethyddol, ymron ar draeth y Britisht Channel, a(' o fewn i milldir i dref hynafol Pontfaeii yw St. Athan. Llywvyddwyd gan Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    OWEN, John Lewis (d.1606), of Llwyn, Dolgelly, Merion.

    Lewis (d.1606), of Llwyn, Dolgelly, Merion. Constituency Dates Merioneth 1572 Ofifces Held Escheator, Merion. 1562-3, 1568-9, j.p. from 1563, sheriff 1565-6, 1572-3, 1589-90, dep. lt. by 1597; custodian of armour and commr. musters, Merion. 1569; commr. of victualling for Ireland

    NANNEY, Griffith (1568-1609), of Nannau, Llangachreth and Maelan, Dolgelly, Merion.

    Merion. 1595, j.p. from c.1599. Biography Unlike the Salesburys of Rûg, the Prices of Rhiwlas and the Owens of Llwyn, all of recent standing, the Nanney family had been seated in Merioneth since the thirteenth century. Head of the family

    ROBERTS, John (aft.1672-1731), of Plas Newydd and Llwyn Ynn, Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd, Denb.

    of Plas Newydd and Llwyn Ynn, Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd, Denb. Constituency Dates Denbigh Boroughs 1710 1713 Denbigh Boroughs 1715 1722 Ofifces Held Freeman, Ruthin 1690; sheriff, Denb. 1697–8, 1705–6; mayor, Holt 1717–18. Biography Two generations of marriages to local heiresses

    PRICE, Cadwaladr (b.c.1561), of Rhiwlas, Merion.

    Myddelton, an outsider from Denbighshire, against Price’s nominee and kinsman, John Vaughan of Caergai. Price’s supporters included the Owens of Llwyn and Cae’rberllan. Alleged misdemeanours committed during the election by Price and John Lewis Owen, both of whom were deputy

 

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