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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, J, 01 January 1681-31 December 1685

    -, -, son of Robert, deputy collector, Lyme, 960; collector, Weymouth, 1128; tidesman, London, landwaiter, Plymouth, 1310. -, -, of Moelfre, Carnarvon, 1537. -, -, the Regicide, 1355, 1541, 1581. -, -, Dr., the King's apothecary, 385, 1286. -, Josiah,

    Index, M, 01 January 1681-31 December 1685

    Moccas (co. Hereford), 48. Modderlee , Mr., shipmaster, 1480. Modena , Duchess of, ambassador from see Ambassadors; goods for, 1287. Moelfre ("Moyliver," co. Carnarvon), 1537. Mogg , Elizabeth, daughter of Richard, 1619. -, Jacob, 1619. -, Jane, daughter of Richard,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sewner G~ipsey King ar graig Dulas, boddodid nawv, ao achubwyd un oddiar ddarn o'r long bore Sul, gan gwch bywyd Moelfre, enw yr hwn ydyw Zacblin Y Parch. FrancisWm. Rice, yw yr hwn sydd wedi dilyn v diweddar Arglwydd Dinefwr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ebychiadan a "dim pabyddiaeth" yn ei wahanol dd au ffurfiau. Yr od Dealhwn fod rhywrai cysylltiedig a bywydfad idd iaE Moelfre, sir Fan, yn cael en beio yn dost ynglyn &'r yd yf- trychineb a gymerodd le yn Ynys Dulas, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    am y naill a'r llall:-Saif Dy- ffryn Ardudwy ar lain o wastadedd, sydd yn gorwedd rhwng y mor a mynyddy Moelfre, ychydig fildiroedd i'r gogledd o'r Abermaw, ar y ffordd i Harlech. Er na cheir yn Nyffryn Ardudwy lawer o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Douglas Pennant A.S., yr hwn sydd yn awr a'r ymweliad a'r Cyfandir yn gwella yn 'ida. Ymddengys mai brodor o Moelfre, Mon, ydyw Thomas LeIS., un o0 r tri a ddiangasant dynged y gweddill o forwyr a theithwyr y Cospatrick. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eefyd, yr ydym yi methu a chaal rheswm dros alw meddwl d dyn yn"feddwldwyfol.". Y mae byr-gofiant Capt. Richard Williams, Moelfre, yn adeiladol iawn, ae y mae yresboniad ar Iago v. 14, 15, ya bur foddhaol mewn cyn ileied o Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 March 1834, 11 March 1834

    J. 1834. Moelfre Chape], Abergele,&c: Swan Lane Chapel, Denbigh : of Births and Deaths, without submitting to Religious Rites from which they conscientiously dissent ; of com¬ pulsory Conformity to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church in the Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    53. Mirfield, 56. Misson, 144. Misterton, 52. !*'• Mitcham, 456. Mithiam, Saint Agnes, 60. Modbury, 6b. i«°- Modbury, Baptists, 216. Moelfre, Llansilin, 444. Moira,, o • Moira Chapel, 445. Mold, Bailey Hill Chapel, 444. Molleston, 444. Monaghan, 456. Monckton, 52. Subscribers-only content

    6 March 1834, 6 March 1834

    Burnham Market;—Wells-next-the-Sea;—Baptists of Llanvillo and Llangorse;—Independents of Dyfnnock;— Calvinists, Independents and Baptists of Talgarth;— Protestant D issenters of Brecknock;—Ellesmere;—Rhes-y- cae;— Moelfre ;— Bradford, Wilts;—Llanrwst;— Scar- And the said Petitions were ordered to lie upon the Table. A Petition of Hand-loom Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1834

    Bosworth; Lutterworth; Earl Shilton; Huggle,scote; Bardon Park ; Burnham Market; Wells-next-the-Sea; Llanvillo and Llangorse; Dyfnnock; Talgarth; Brecknock; Ellesmere; Rhes-y-cae ; Moelfre; Bradford (Wilts); Llanrwst; Protestant Dissenters of Scar¬ borough ; Inhabitants of Scarborough; Holywell; Saint Asaph ; Langafelach; Baptists of Subscribers-only content

    Report of the commissioners appointed to inquire into the state, custody, and authenticity of registers or records of births or baptisms, deaths or burials, and marriages, in England and Wales, other ..., 1837

    Llangwm and Cerrig-y-druidion . . ,j Capel-y-gmes and Pentre Llyn- cymar (Independent), j Riiabmi (Independent) , . . 7 5 Moelfre, . .... and St. George Ebenozcr or MocllVe, parish of Abergele (In- 6 dcp'.'ndent). Wreviirun, the Worn chapel (Iiuta Subscribers-only content

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