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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MORGAN, Sir Thomas (by 1509-65), of Pencoed, Mon.

    (by 1509-65), of Pencoed, Mon. Constituency Dates Monmouthshire 1547 Ofifces Held Gent. pens. 1540-4; chief steward of lordship of Machen, Newport and Wentlwg 1542; j.p. Mon. 1543-d. commr. subsidy 1545, goods of churches and fraternities 1553; sheriff 1547-8, 1558-9. Biography

    BASSETT, John II (by 1513-51), of Llantrithyd and Pencoed, Glam. and the Inner Temple, London.

    1513-51), of Llantrithyd and Pencoed, Glam. and the Inner Temple, London. Constituency Dates Cardiff Boroughs 1542 Old Sarum 1545 Glamorganshire 1547 Ofifces Held Jt. (with William Herbert I) attorney-gen. of Glam. 12 Jan. 1535-d.; clerk of the kitchen, I. Temple

    MORGAN, Sir William (c.1542-83), of Langstone and Pencoed, Llanmartin, Mon.

    (c.1542-83), of Langstone and Pencoed, Llanmartin, Mon. Constituency Dates Monmouth Boroughs 1572 Ofifces Held J.p. Mon. from c.1570; marshal, Munster 1573; commr. musters, Mon. 1574; v.-adm. S. Wales 1574-8; constable, Dungarvan castle, co. Waterford 1579-82; chief commr. Munster 1580; gov.

    LEWIS, Gabriel, of Llanishen, Glam.

    Van, thrice sheriff of Glamorgan after the Act of Union, by his marriage into the Monmouthshire family of Morgan of Pencoed. Nothing is known of Lewis’s own career before his return for Cardiff through his family connexions (including links with

    MORGAN, Sir Edward, 3rd Bt. (d.1682), of Llantarnam Abbey, Mon.

    1677-9, Mon. 1677-80; j.p. Mon. 1679-d.; freeman, Monmouth by 1681. Biography Morgan was descended from a cadet branch of the Pencoed family. His ancestor William Morgan bought the former Cistercian abbey of Llantarnam and its extensive estates in 1554 and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Phillips, Abertawe, yn unol a phenderfyn- iad Cylarfc.d Xisol Glandwr, wedi anfon cy archiad at y Parch. Watkin Williams, Pencoed, a'i fod wedi der- byn atebiad oy'dawn a charedip iaws oddiwrtho. Dar- llenwyd y llythyr, yr hws a gynyrchodd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y DEHEUDIR. DYFFRYN TAWE, LLuN, CHWEFROR 28A. Marwolceth a Chladdedigaeth y Parch. Owen Lewis, Llanddeusaut, Sir Gaerfyrddin.-Ie, y Parch. Owen Lewis wedi ei gladdu! Syniad rhy- fedd yw hwn i bobI Llanddeusant a rhanau uebaf Sir Gaerfyrddin. Bu fyw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hyny .y llynedd.-Brawd. 1 Lasm AC .EFIONYDD.-Oynhaliwyd Cyfarfod Misol i1 Ebrill ar y 4ydd asr 5ed, yn Pencoed. Gan nad yw ;h Pencoed ond lUebyehan a gwledig, a'r hinmor iffafriol i'r a amaethwyrs, nifer bychan a ddaeth yngbyd. Adeilad- ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aSol etholwyd hwy am y flwddyn nesa'. Cefiogid bwr iad Abererch':a BBrynbabhau i. ym-fnr-ia .ynatah. SabbathoL, a gabeithid clywid-am "'Iisadcmars Pencoed i Phencaenewydd. Penad d ia y Ileoedd hyn, gydia eiddo Fbour6osses, gydgyfarfod er trefnu y cyhoeddiadau, ac amser ,,mwabanu Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cynrychiolwyr mewn ystafell eang berth- c ynol i'r Post Office. Yn absenoldeb yr ysgrifenydd, y .1 penodwsyd Mr. J. Howell, Pencoed, i gymreryd lie y y 1 Parch. G. Davies, hyd nes y buasai ef yn bresenol. : DeclIreuwyd y Subscribers-only content

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