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    Errata and addenda

    was Sheriff in that year. His Undersheriff was Edward Herbert of Cardiff; but in the previous year Henry Llewelin of Margam was Undersheriff. Page 458. The Case of 1708 appears to be largely concerned with the antagonistic claims of Borough

    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

    Members of Parliament for Cardiff

    18 July 1684, at the early age of 12, and married at Margam 5 June 1694 Elizabeth, younger daughter of Sir Edward Mansel, second baronet, M.P., of Margam, and sister to Lord Mansel ( see 1689.) Sir Edward was M.P.

    The manors of Cardiff district, Descriptions

    confirmed to the monks of Margam all they had of the gift of burgesses of Cardiff or free men in the same town or outside. ( Cartae III., p. 273.) 1516. The Abbot of Margam granted to Germanus ap Harolde

    The winning of Glamorgan, Documents

    cause of the Conquest of Glamorgan by Sir Robert fitz Haymon and his twelve knights. By Sir Edward Mansel of Margam . [1591. ] IESTIN the son of Gurgant 2 was Lord or Prince of Glamorgan about the year of

    Miscellanea, Rentals and surveys

    Com r s p r sent Will: Richards Tho: Williams W. Lambert Bishopric of Llandaff. Monastery of Neath. Monastery of Margam. Rental of possessions there. Archdeacon. Proxies. The Moor Grange (at Grangetown). Parish of Roath. Rental there renewed the 8th

    The Lords of Cardiff

    of Amice, dau. of William, Earl of Gloucester. Succeeded 1217, on the death of the Countess Isabel ( Annals of Margam ), though his mother, Amice, was living. She survived him, not dying till 1236, and granted a charter by

    Patent Rolls, 1488-1616

    Jas. 27 mems. Latin and English. County of Glamorgan. Parcel of the possessions of the late Monastery of Morga' alias Margam, Suppressed by authority of Parliament, in the County aforesaid. * * * * The late house or priory of

    Miscellanea, Miscellaneous documents (c.1500-c.1800)

    by our mutuall assent and consent we did for our parte willingly elect and made Choice of Thomas Mansell of Margam esq r to be Burgess and a Member of the ensuinge Parliament to be held att Westminster on the

    Coal Trade, Minutes of evidence: 01 March 1830

    Vein 212 2 2 Scotch 24 1 108 Silkstone 11,225 0 4 Smithson's Old Haigh Moor 176 1 2 Smith's Margam 16 3 22 Stone 4,039 2 2 Swallow Wood Main 161 2 1 Taffs Well 90 1 1 Tinsley

    Glamorgan Calendar Rolls and Gaol Files, 1800-30

    is recorded as having been passed on Elias Jones, collier, aged 29, for having broken and entered a shop at Margam and stolen therefrom a piece of brown cloth and various other articles. Also on John Rosser, for stealing two

    Cardiff Council Minutes, 1881-3

    awr, Abernant. John Nixon, Esq., Westbourne Terrace, Cardiff. A. Dalziel, Esq., Bute Docks, Cardiff. C. R. M. Talbot, Esq., M.P., Margam. H. Hussey Vivian, Esq., M. P. Swansea. Count Lucovich, Penhill, Llandaff. Gwilym Williams, Esq., B.L., Miskyn Manor. J. P.

    Coal Trade, Appendix No. 1

    Russell's Hetton 39/6 Blyth, Scotch, Welch and Yorkshire. Willington 36/6 37/0 Wylam 37/6 Cowpen 34/6 Walls-end, Bewicke & Co. 38/0 38/3 38/6 Margam 40/0 Do. Carr & Co. 35/0 Silkstone, Field & Co. 34/6 Do. Clark & Co. 37/0 Walls-end, Henderson 34/0

    Index, T, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    , Thos., clk., g. 831 (23). Thomas , Hen., p. 562. -, Leonard, g. 282 (71). -, Lewis, abbot of Margam, g. 831 (62). -, Sir Wm., g. 942 (39). -, Wm., 210, 688. -, -, letter from, 688. Thomeow

    Henry VIII, July 1541, 26-31, 26 July 1541-31 July 1541

    rectory of Bonwylston alias Bolston, Glamorgan, in the bishopric of Llandaff, S. Wales, which belonged to the late monastery of Margam, Glamorgan; and grange of Grendowne, in Bonwylston. The messuage formerly called the Pryours House in Trynytye Lane, London, which

    Index, M, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    1412). Marfleet (Mareflete), Yorks, 438 (1 mm. 8, 18), 438 (3 m. 12). Marfleet (Mayrflete), John, 438 (1 m. 8). Margam (Margan, Morgan) abbey, in Wales, 438 (2 m. 27). -, David abbot of, g. 1836 (18). Margaret countess of

    Index, A, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    (9). Apsley (Appesley), Bucks, 438 (1 m. 16). Apsley , Wm., g. 1083 (39). Ap Thomas , David, abbot of Margam, 438 (2 m. 27). -, Howel, g. 1365 (8). -, John, 2481 (3): g. 1732 (9). -, Sir Rice,


    near Hanmer; Bryn; Hanmer; Malpas. GLAMORGAN. Presbyterian. Cardiff; Coitrehen; Cowbridge; Kildaudey; Neath; Swansea; Wenvoe. Congregational. Bishopston; Eglwysilan; Gelligaer; Kenfig; Llanfabon; Margam; Merthyr; Nicholaston; Roscilly; Swansea. Baptist. Bridgend; Llangewyth (? Llangenydd); Newton; St. Bride Swansea. MERIONETH. Congregational. Bodvegny; Cynwyd; Errowgoyed; Llanegryn. Subscribers-only content

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