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  • * British History Online * *

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    Memorial inscriptions, Roath church

    parish; born 1821, died 1885. Thomas John, of Ty-y-Cyw in this parish; died 1847, aged 94. Also Daniel John, of Pentwyn in the parish of Llanedern, son of the above; died 1855, aged 62. And others of the family. Serj

    Glamorgan Calendar Rolls and Gaol Files, 1765-81

    And also that the said W m Harry was with her a breaking open the Barn of Thomas John at Pentwyn in the parish of Lanedarne afores d and that she watched in the street or lane to watch, whilst

    Wills, 1719-1778

    in y e severall Court Rolls of the s d Mannor of Rumney & Peterstone. . . . . ." Pentwyn in St Mellon's to niece Martha Philip. 2 closes called Tilly ycha & Tilly Isha, containing about 6 a

    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1500-1501, 01 January 1500-31 December 1501

    missive, sealed with his signet and signed with his own hand, to John Fyneux knight, his Chief Justice, master Hugh Pentwyn doctor of laws and other executors of the late cardinal John, late archbishop of Canterbury and Chancellor of England, Subscribers-only content

    Glamorgan County Records, Quarter Sessions files, 1727-53

    in the parish of Pentirch to a place called Penygarn in the same parish and thence to a place called Pentwyn, where one Adam Hooper now lives, in the said parish of Pentirch. Nicholas Jayne's Account. For putting Irons on

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YMWELIAD A PENTWYN. u Pentref bychan, tawel, a diaddlun a ran celfyddyd c yw Pentwyn, yn agos i'r brif ffordd y sydd yn arwain I 'r o Lanelli i Landeilio fawr, a thua haner y ffordd I C o'rnaill Pr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    waith, drwy ehangu en terfyana. Y maent newydd fuafrio Dosbarth o'r lleoedd canlvnol:-Ferryside, LIansaint, Cydweli, Horeb, Llandyfeiliog, Elangyn- dairne, Llanedi, Pentwyn, Llanelli, Burry Port, a Pherire. Cyfarfawydnos Fawrth diweddaf yn Burry Port, i gymeryd dan sylw angenion y Dosbarth. Gwedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cross F Hands, Llannon, Sir Gaer`fyrddin. Yr oedd Mr. c Davies yn un o sefydlwyr yr Ysgol Sabbothol ;yn a Pentwyn, (lie gorwedd gweddillion marwol yr ef- engylydd o Llwynffortun) a pharhaodd yn aelod ffyddlawn o honi hyd ddiwedd ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Evans, Conwil, mewn cysylltiad Ag adeiladu capel Llanpumsaint. Y Parch. J. Evans, Llanelli, a G. Vaughan, Hendre, i fyned i Pentwyn i ymddidd in A i gwr ieuanc sydd yno yn vmngeisvdd am y weinidogaeth. Penderfynwyd rhoddi i~p. y dwyddyn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eg- lwys Heol Dwr, Caerfyrddin, i ymddiddan a gwr ieuane syddyno yn ymgeisydd am y weinidogaetb, ac hefyd i eglwys Pentwyn ar neges cyffelyb. Cafodd y bro- dyr en boddloni yn fawr yn y gwyr ienainc hyn, a rhodd- wyd Subscribers-only content

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