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  • * British History Online *

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    Memorial inscriptions, Roath church

    Pwllcoch near Llandaff; died at Pengam, 1839, aged 88. Also Henry Morgan of Pengam, gent., son of Lewis Morgan and nephew of the above Henry Morgan; died 1838, aged 49. Also Jennetta Morgan, of Pengam, sister of Henry Morgan; died

    Parochial Records, Registers of Roath, 1731-1845

    the 19 year 1747. Sisell Hawart dyed March y e 11 year 1747. thomas the Son of William Morgan of Pengam was Baptised march the 20 year 1749. 1748. florance Gamage dyde december y e 7. Joseph an Elzabeth both

    Council Minutes, 1862-68

    praying that the west, north and Crwys Bychan turnpike gates be removed beyond the Borough of Cardiff, and that the Pengam turnpike gate be abolished. Thomas Mathews to receive a monetary reward for the information upon which Mr. Elliott was

    Manorial records, Survey of Roath Keynsham (1702)

    Land of the Lord of this Manor, situate in the said parish of Roath and called by the name of Pengam, now in the Tenure of Edmund Meredith, is meared and bounded with the River Rumney, the Lands of Robert

    Board of Health Minutes, 1850-65

    Resolved, that representation be made to the County Roads Board of the advisability of removing the present toll gate at Pengam. That this Meeting express their satisfaction at the clear and conclusive statement of the Mayor, on the subject of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ( c3 fisol, ymnddangosodd adroddiad manwl o'r gweith- cyni rediadau clerigol mewn cysylltiad ag agoriad organ 'chas newydd yn eglwvys Pengam, dydd Llun diweddaf. IH Cyrner yr hysbysydd gryn dratlerth i fyned i ganol y yG y gweithtediadan cysegredig; hysbysa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pregeth- b yw wr. Os byddai ynddo dalent gallai gael myned o radd s yr i radd trwy ysgol uwchraddol Pengam, hyd Brifysgol r De Aberystwyth. Y Parch. J. P. Williams, Pontlotyn, a h a alwydynnesaf. Gawadaief yrhyagyhoeddwyd gan y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dros y Cyfarfod 3Iisol i gyfarch y Parch. n1) Evans, M.A., gynt o Ddolgelliu, ar ei ddyfodiad yn brifathraw coleg Pengam. Rhoddwyd anogaeth idacr ar fod rhieni Methodistaidd yn anfon en plant i'r cole~ ucbod. IRhoddwyd diolelgarwch gwresog i'r Parch. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mewn cysylitiad a'r sir, yn y Ile pcblogaidd Id. ochod; ac ychwanegwyd y 'Parch. D. Evans, M.A., m Prifathraw7 ^Athwrofa Pengam, at yj pwyllgor. l0. an 'Nadwyd ' Parch. D. Edwards a Mr. W. Griffitbs i Y: ymweled egiwys a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    penderfyna adeiladn eapel yno. Rhoddodd y cyfarfod gymeradwyaeth i hyn, a nodwyd y bredyr eanlynol ynymddiriedolwvr:r.,- Pardln. D. Evans, MIA.. Pengam; Jeramiah Davies, Pontllanfraith; Thos. Edwards Derri; AaronEDavies, Pontlotyn; W. Morgan, New Tredegar; las.ERhys,. Ystrad; Mrn. Thes. Elias C, ne;. Subscribers-only content

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