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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MORGAN, Rice (Rees, Rhys) (d.1577), of Nevern, Pemb.

    Pemb. and Haverfordwest from c.1559; escheator, Pemb. and Carm. 1576-7. Biography Morgan came of the Morgans of Muddlescombe, Kidwelly, a collateral branch of the Monmouthshire Morgans. His Pembrokeshire lands may have come from his mother, a grand-daughter of the redoubtable

    JONES, Roger (?1691-1741), of Buckland, Brec.

    the leading squires of Breconshire, but he owed his election for the borough to the support of the Morgans of Tredegar. The son of a Jacobite, he was reckoned a Tory in 1713 and a Whig in 1715, with this

    MORGAN, John (1671-1720), of Tredegar, Mon.

    Held Custos rot. Mon. from 1700; ld. lt. Mon. and Brec. 1715-d. Biography The Morgans of Tredegar were the leading Whig family in South Wales, with estates in Monmouthshire, which they represented in every Parliament from the Revolution to the

    JONES, Roger (c.1691-1741), of Buckland, Brec.

    the 1713 election, when he defeated Edward Jeffreys* by a clear margin in Brecon, to the backing of the Whiggish Morgans of Tredegar. According to the Worsley list, he acted as a Tory in the 1713 Parliament, though the compiler

    MORGAN, John I (c.1641-1715), of Ruperra, Glam.

    from a cousin for £12,400, and in 1701 was returned on the family interest for Monmouth. As one of three Morgans in the Commons, his contribution to the business of the House is impossible to identify with any certainty, and

  • * British History Online *

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    Corporation Miscellanea, Common Attornies Accounts, 1783-1822

    P d James Parry for 20 t of stone to Bulwarks 3. 1819 Oct. 4. By Cash rec'd Tho s Morgans rent 5/6 d . Dec. 16. By rent from W m Hadley 2 y'rs 1 . 10 . 0.

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

    . Paid the Court 5 s . A Hedghog to M r Morgans man 2 d . do. to William Williams 2 d . do. to M r Morgans man 2 d . A fitcher 1 to Edward Jenkins 4

    Cecil Papers, January 1590, 01 January 1590-31 January 1590

    Letters. [1589/90, Jan. ] (i.) R, Yardley to Captain Braundeford, at the Bull Head without Temple Bar, by Barnes. Tho. Morgan's hand. He stayed 3 days for him at the place appointed. Sorry he lost his company; he shall notwithstanding

    Index, M

    from, 18, 60. More , Sir George, letters from, 62 (2). see also Moore. Morgan , Lord Cobham's servant, 289. Morgans , , 32. Morley , Lord, see Parker. Morley [co. Norfolk ] , letter dated at, 275. Morris ,

    House of Commons Journal Volume 12, Index - M

    on the Bill for resuming Grants, 5 Mar. Vide Supply . Moore , George, Petition, 26 May. Vide Escapes . Morgans , Morgan, Petition relating to Wages due from the Portsmouth Galley; Question for referring it to a Committee, Neg.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    blaenorinid y le; y Parch.. -Watlins, (B.); y Parch. -Thomas, (B); Benjamin Jones, Ysw., cytP reithiwr Calfan, Llanelli; y Parche. Morgans, Pen y .clawd a BD. Howells, Abertawe, a diweddwyd y cyfar- fed tra sobr hwn, mewe gweddi ddifiifol gan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei Arglwydd. Bu yn' aelod selog am fynyddoedd lawer gyda'r Annibynwyr~yn hen eglwysEben- ezer. Gweinyddwydyn ei angladdgany gweinidoglonThomas, LIaniair, a Morgans, Penlan. - Ychydig ddyddiau yn ol, yn nhy ei fab yn-nghyfraith, Pareh. T. P. Jones, Bryntirion, Caergwrle, Gwrecesam, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jones; a John Williams, Aberyatwyth-;- Enoch James, Bartb, a John Davies, Llaneono;. '1'.. J. Morgans, Llani ar, Jo. . seph- JotesR, Ffosyffin, 'Robert- Roberts, 'Llangeitho, William .Morgans, ,Penygarn; Thomas Eivabs, Aber- i meurig. Yn nesaf atyot. yr oedd. blaenoriaid yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    baMain, Meilded, am 10 drancoob, lilrgans, Ponywoen, He 'It Wyn- Evans, Fool. Am 2. Morris, Penrhyndoudraetb, a oro a(d 0 Morgans, Sommob. Am 6, Rowlands, Trallwm, a byi A Yu Davies, Aberdfr. 'Yruanpryd, ynn agrpel yWesleyaid, fyv Lumley, Bwlohyffridd, 00 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oedd ye bresenol yn y sedd fawr ac ar yr esgynlawr y Parchedigion Davies, Tanygroes; Bywater, Abertillery; Jones, BlaeaU Gwent; Morgans, Bethesda (A.), ac eraill. Ymddang- osai y gynulleidfa drwyddi yn wrandawyr astud. Ofer fyddai conmol y darlithydd, gan ei Subscribers-only content

 

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