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  • * British History Online *

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    Parochial Records, Vestry Book of St John's, Cardiff, 1763-1820

    Cardiff 2 a . Fisher's Bridge. Wyndham Lewis Esq e 2 a . part of Maindy. John Richards jun'r Esq e 4 a . Maindy Bach. John James, Weddal, Pentwyn House & 3 a . Heath. Robert Stephenson Esq e

    Board of Health Minutes, 1850-65

    to, to join with this Board in the expense of constructing a footpath from the Rose and Crown 6 to Maindy. That the Canal Co. be requested to fence the canal effectively, from the North Road bridge to Black Weir.

    Parochial Records, Vestry Book of St John's, Cardiff, 1708-62

    Accounts 5 s . In the rates this year Lionel Stibbs appears; also "John Lewis Black Sturton." Places named are Maindy Farm, Crossbychan, Bontcanna, Cuttlers Closes, Dawbinpits. 1735 . Accounts of Alex r Purcel jnr. and Henry Lewis, Churchwardens of

    Wills, 1719-1778

    s d Daughter one horse called bund." Mathew Philip, of Fairwater, yeoman. 1724 August 14. Lease of tenement called the Maindy, under Thomas Lewis of Soberton in the county of Southampton, esq. Mary Read, of Cardiff, spinster. 1724 October 8.

    Glamorgan County Records, Cardiff District Order Books, 1780-1811

    Bird. (Not agreed to.) The Commissioners gave to M r Wyndham Lewis the Gravel Pits by Blew House (apparently near Maindy.) Also an allotment by Caetook. M r John Kemeys Tynte had an allotment by the Tithe Barn 3 Elizabeth

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nos Fercher cyn b- y diweddaf, cwympodd i lawr yn'farw ar y ffordd. cd Owympadd cyfran o do gwaith glo Maindy, Ystrad, sar ddyn o'r enw David Adansa a lladdwyd ef' yn y L fan. Gadawodd weddw a deg o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wngetd 7~ytliawn, yn boufaith, a orbyn hyn y' men ddufd aerbron goroeddtalne Duw. Wedi iddo symud o Pea eslwyn ir Maindy ffeom gerllw Aberthyu, lle y mat oel AMethodiaaAed's blymyddsu lower, yms d a'r aclias oefyddolyma, d ydef .ys flaonor# Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    William:- Morgan..allan or pwll wedi ei wasgu yii: ddychrynllyd. Ofanir fad Edwfard WilliaiDs, yr hwu s. adoabyddir fel Edward o'r Maindy, a bachgen o'r enw; Robert Rogers; wedi boddi mewntalcen*tn ymyl geiaa y pwll. Yr aoedd y saith dyn aral Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2537; Thomas 0wen. Treherbert (31.), 210 ; Wilim Abmr. .,m. Ystrad (M.), 202; Parch. W. Jone, Yatad(), 1625; Edmund Thomas, Maindy, Ystrad (A.), 1180. Ffrwydroid nwy mown tyyn Morrilto-lotiOel, Scim bgrgh, nos Sadwrn, a gpwed colled O BOOP , ono Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    perthynas i'r Parish Councils Act, a derbyn aelodan newyddion, darlleuwyd braslun o bregeth gan y Parch. T. T. Jones (A.), Maindy, ar Ioan viii. 12, yr hon fwynhawyd yn iawr iawn gan yr aelodaa oedd yn bresenol. Dilynwyd gyda rhydd-ymddiddan Subscribers-only content

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