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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges of secular canons Shrewsbury

    source attributes the foundation of the church of Pengwern to Brochwel's son Tysilio: S. Baring -Gould and J. Fisher , Lives of the British Saints , iv. 303. The identification of ' Pengwern ' with Shrewsbury is questioned in H.

    Wrockwardine Economic history

    of this comparatively populous royal manor and hundred meeting place - leaving aside suggestions that it was the site of Pengwern 57 - was perhaps one reason why the manor had, or claimed, rights over a large part of the

    Wrockwardine Manors and other estates

    perhaps succeeding Wroxeter in the 5th century as an administrative centre, and was perhaps the site of Cynddylan's hall of Pengwern , burnt by the Mercians c . 660. 77 The manor was presumably forfeited after the rebellion of Earl

    Wrockwardinew Late 17th- Century Wrockwardine

    in the initial phase of the Roman conquest. 5 It has been suggested that Wrockwardine village was the site of Pengwern , the legendary sub-Roman centre of Powys , destroyed by the Mercians c . 6 60. 6 In 1066

    Index K-Z

    Edw. (d. 1617), Edw. (d. 1680), Edw. (d. 1800), Rob., Wm., see Cludde fam., n , Pemberton & Stokes , Pengwern (? Wrockwardine village) , Penkivil , H., n Penkridge (Staffs.) , fair, and see Gailey Penley ( Flints .)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ochr ddehen i'r Uchel.Sirydd (H. Robertson, Ysw.,) yr ydoedd S. Holland, Yaw., (yr ymgeisydd y Rhyddfrydig), Anrhydeddus T. Pryce Lloyd, Pengwern; h T. L. D. Jones-Parry, YBw., A.S.; W. CIsson, Ysw., n Plas-yn-Penrhyn; John Jones, Yaw., Vron Dderw; c Morgan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    diwear M. ITiel JoneiDyeth H~sM,gerREbyl..-;> - i Ai yr bis yflsoL veeglwysy fWa 1n-on-he-R vParch.. T ley, M. John Daves, Pengwern W1 o1enig Emma,. mrch hyna 7r ert Talbot.,, 'Swinderhy, Swyd'd UL&Inl.~ Ar yr isfed- yisdsl, in EgiwySt. y; XiirIdkleaIe, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - ~cnbigtzt aux priabisAn,'o. GENEDIGA-ETRAU.' Ar y 3ydd 'cyfisolpriod yParch.'Sam3ieiOwen,Tanygnisian, ar fal. Ar y 23ain cyniso', pried Capt. Johii Lewis, Pengwern, Dyffi~yn Ardodwy,, ar fero4 ' Ar y 26ain Pmfo~ial, priod Mr. J'oseph Morris, 6, Bold Terrace, a : ~~~~PRIODASATJ. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Miss Ellen Jones, y ddau o Liverpool. MARWOLAETHAU. Ar y 9fed cyfisol, yn 74ain mlwydd cod, v Parch. John Edwards, Pengwern cottage, Llangollen. Ar yr 8fed cyfisol, yn 23 mlwydd cad, Anne, anwyl briod Sloane Richards, Ysw., Mosley Lodge. ger Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A GWYL GERDDOROL GWYNEDD, A WS ', 1873, NODDWYR: Yr Anrhyd. T. PRYnE LLOYD, Pengwern,. L. THOMAS, Ysw Cae'rffyny o. yrWATRIN W. WYNN, Barwnig, A.S. MORGAN LLOYD', Ysw., Q.C.-, Liundein. S.HOLAND, Yew., A.S. Major CASSON, Porthmadog. LOVE JONES-PARRY, Y, "W Subscribers-only content

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