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You searched for: Place: Margam, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * British History Online *

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    Ministers' Accounts, 1547

    . . . . . * * * * Parcel of the lands and possessions of the late Monastery of Margam, Suppressed by Authority of Parliament. Grange de More . The Account of Edward Llewelyns, assign of Lewis ap Richarde,

    Glamorgan Calendar Rolls and Gaol Files, Introduction

    Catholics prosecuted were people from the Margam district and from the Taff Vale. Even after the accession of King Charles I., viz. in 1628, forty-eight persons were presented for recusancy, in the neighbourhood of Margam, Neath, Cowbridge and Cardiff. Among

    Miscellanea, Introduction

    to the possessions of the Cistercian Abbeys of Neath and Margam. It sets out the payments periodically due from Neath Abbey, and the annual value of the lands of Margam Abbey, within the Cardiff district. Rental No. II., dated in

    Ministers' Accounts, 1516-1537

    next ensuing in the 29th year of the aforesaid King; to wit, for one whole year. The late Monastery of Margam. The Account of Rice Maunxell, knight, farmer there, for the time aforesaid. Arrears . Nothing; as appears at the

    Addenda to Volume 1, Inquisitiones post mortem, 1559-83

    the Manor of Corneton aforesaid), of our lady the Queen and in the right of the late dissolved monastery of Margam, in socage and by the rent of 2 s . 3 d . And they say also that the

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MANSELL, Edward (1530/31-85), of Margam, Glam.

    (1530/31-85), of Margam, Glam. Constituency Dates Glamorganshire Apr. 1554 Ofifces Held J.p.q. Glam. 1558/59-d.; chancellor and chamberlain, S. Wales, steward of various lordships 1559-d.; commr. piracy, Glam. 1565, armour 1569, musters 1570, 1578, victuals 1574, tanneries 1574, subsidy 1581; sheriff

    MANSELL, Sir Thomas (c.1555-1631), of Margam, Glam.

    Thomas (c.1555-1631), of Margam, Glam. Constituency Dates Glamorgan 1597 Glamorgan 1604 Glamorgan 1614 Ofifces Held J.p. Glam. from c.1583, q. from c.1592, sheriff 1593-4, 1603-4, 1622-3; commr. piracy 1586, dep. lt. 1595; dep. lt. Pemb. 1590; member, council in the

    MANSEL, Sir Edward, 4th Bt. (1637-1706), of Margam Abbey, Glam. and Soho Square, Westminster.

    4th Bt. (1637-1706), of Margam Abbey, Glam. and Soho Square, Westminster. Constituency Dates Glamorgan 1660 Glamorgan 9 Mar. 1670 Glamorgan 1681 Glamorgan 1685 Ofifces Held Commr. for militia, Glam. Mar. 1660, j.p. Mar. 1660-80, 1684-Apr. 1688, Oct. 1688-d., commr. for

    LEWIS, Thomas III (by 1533-94), of The Van, Glam.

    that point the only glimpse is the grant to him in June 1554 of a grange in Llandaff formerly of Margam abbey and then in the tenure of his father. As a Member of the Parliament of 1555 he is

    MANSELL, Anthony (?1532-1601 or later), of Llantrithyd, Glam.

    peninsula in the reign of Edward I. Oxwich and Penrice castles were its two main residences until Mansell’s father acquired Margam abbey in 1540. A trusted royal servant, Sir Rhys Mansell had taken as his third wife a servant of

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Cranbourne

    manner was raised to the position of an abbey, the transference taking place in 1122 according to the Annals of Margam , 10 in 1139 according to William of Malmesbury . 11 By this change the lands and possessions of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Csstellnedd, Parch. E. H. Evans, a Mr. Rees Llewelyn, Bircbgrove; Dosbarth Aberafon, Parch. Thomas E. Edwards, a Mr. John Lswie, Margam; Dosbarth Penybont, Parch. W. John, a Mr. Rlees Davies, Whitney ; Dosbarth Maesteg, Parch. W. Thomas, a Mr. D. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ysgrifenydd, Parch. David rny Roberts, Rhiw; Mr. N. Bebb, Liverpool; Parch. W. J. -Williams, ed'- Hirwaen; a Mr. J. Williams, Margam. Ceir canlyniad yr etholiad yn mhellach ymlaen. ad Y Gymanfa nesaf.-Mr. Reynolds, Casnewydd, a roddodd wahoddiad nu cynes i'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TO ADVERTISERS. Adtisesa" "e [cpitl letter and number] menus that cappi Ieants, are to sr~rite, and not to apyly personally. APP5k1t,5 sh outt not inl any case send ORIGINAL ttealnosnials, bu~t espies onts. All Letters in answver to Advertisements Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -WUAL NOTES AnD QaURtES NunAB 725. ad - sal LOJLOVE- LtETTRS E WOLIESHEWO . Mr. on Jodn.l Caidwcall, Briestswrts P> I have read with much interest die artile on a 'loeL"Lovhe-Lettears" i-thei appare inS heWekl Sp- heapenmen of. Saturday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aberavon now in course of development by the Saudhille Company, and actually sot- rounding the Company's Dock. Dyifryn Valley and Margam Estate-Here there are 175,001.001 tone of undeveloped coal, which it is anticipated wail he opened oct immediately railway communication Subscribers-only content

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