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  • * British History Online *

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    Council Minutes, Extracts from Town Book, no.VI (c.1740-93)

    Thomas Morgan, glasier, and Thomas Morgan, chandler. Burgesses or Freemen. Francis Minnitt, junior, of Cardiff, gentl eman. Thomas Davies of Maesmawr in the parish of Pentyrch, gentleman. 1793. Minutes of Council. An Agreement bearing date the 26 th of March

    British History Online

    Evan Lloyd, Esq; Lewis Price, John Powel, James Mitton of Pontiskowrid, Esqs; John Binner of Mantinghied, Gent. Thomas Lloyd of Maesmawr, Thomas Nicols, Edward Price, John Harris, John Bynner, Edward Allen, Lewis Price of Montgomery, Edward Vaughan of Tyrymyneth, John

    Index of names and places, M

    co. Carnarvon, i. 1183, 1247; ii. 1335. Maes y Pandy (Masey Pandu, Massey Pandon), co. Merioneth, ii. 1086, 1383, 1448. Maesmawr , co. Montgomery, ii. 680. Magall . See MacGill. Magawe , William, i. 169. Magennis : [Arthur ] ,

    Index of names and places, L

    1384, 1431, 1447. sheriff of co. Cardigan, i. 1248; ii. 1085. of Guissheer, ii. 1447. of Halghton, i. 1247. of Maesmawr, ii. 680. Thomas William, ii. 679, 1085. Tristram, ii. 634, 638. Walter, ii. 15. Sir Walter, Knt., ii. 15.

    British History Online

    Lloyd of Domgay John Middleton of Churchstock Evan Jones John Pugh of Kerry Lewis Williams of Llwynyruddith Robert Davies of Maesmawr James Price William Corbett Matthew Matthews of Wernddu John Vaughan of Keel Hugh Davies of Dyserth Thomas Jones of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'r wlad. yi Nor foren ag ainser Howell Harris a Daniel Rowlands, fl yr oedd el hen daid Benjamin Evans, Maesmawr, Cegid- bi fa, a'i briod, a rhai o'r plant yn aelodan o eglwys lan- d: liugan-pellder o 10 milldir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Shadrach Williams, Caergybi. PRYCE.-Ar y l7eg eynfisol, yn 78ain mlwydd- oed, ar ol hir a maith gystudd, Mr. Matthew Pryce, Maesmawr, Llandinanm, gynt Pendref, Caersws, Llanwnog. WILLIAMS.-Ar y 21ain cynfisol, ar ol bod yn dyhoeni yn hir o dan y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cyfrana 5p. yr un, sef Mr. Bebb, Trallwm, a'i chwiorydd, Mr. Jones, Mrs. Thomas, Mr. Davies, a Mr. F. Arthur, Maesmawr. Wedi canu emyn, galwyd ar John Jones, Ysw., U.H., Llantyllin, yn absenoldeb D. Davies, Yaw.. A.S., Llindinam, i ddyfod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J Thomas, Bancy- felin; J Harries, Liandeilo; J Jones, Llwyngwye; J Davies, Bwlch. Dosbarth Llaugendeini,-T Harries, Coedybrain ; B Davies, Maesmawr; D Thomas, Cyd- weli; W Thomas, Poutyherem. Dosbarth Llanelli,- Mri - Davies, J Williams, Llanelli ; IRees Harriee, Bolgoed; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cyfran tuag at gyfarfod ei gynygiad, 22. Derbyniwyd cenadwri a'r Groesslwyd ei fod yn ddymneol cael capel byohan yn nghymydogaeth Maesmawr. Ychwanegwyd y brodyr canlynol at y Pwyllgor lleol i'w eynorthwyo i ddewis a sicrhau lie cyfleus i adeiladu, aef, Subscribers-only content

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