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  • * British History Online *

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    The Corporation Waterworks undertaking

    of the Corporation. The High Level Service Reservoir and Water Tower at Penylan for the supply of the outlying districts of Rumney and St. Mellons, in addition to Penylan district and other high parts of the town, three additional filter

    Parochial Records, Registers of Roath, 1731-1845

    T y-gwyn, Roath, 78. 1837 Nov r 19. Catherine Meredith, of Spital, Cardiff, 78. 1838 Jan. 26. Thomas John, of Penylan, Roath, 79. Mch. 21. Henry Morgan, of Pengam, Roath, 50. July 29. Ann Brooks, of West Gate, Cardiff, 23.

    Glamorgan Calendar Rolls and Gaol Files, 1703-37

    found No True Bill. Edward Morgan of Cardiff, gentleman, and David Morgan, of Whitchurch, yeoman, were presented for forcibly entering Penylan farm in the parish of Whitchurch and ejecting William Mathews therefrom. Thomas Evan, of Pentyrch, collier, was killed by

    Reminiscences of old inhabitants of Cardiff

    He could not remember that it bore any distinctive name. He wrote: "My mother tells me that the well at Penylan was a bowl of about six inches in diameter, with a lip that was supposed to be an impression

    Thomas Morgan's Commonplace Book, 1708-36

    know why. Francis Minnitt, a prominent burgess of Cardiff, was a market gardener at Crockherbtown. Ty-y-Cyw, an old homestead between Penylan and Roath Church. Jonathan Greenfield, head of the Cardiff Custom House, was superannuated 1730. What follows is a list

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Ellis, a. Miss Catherine D Humphreys. Datganwyd amryw ddarnat yn swynol J: no effeithiol dros ben, gan Miss Thomas, Penylan, a Nv, chan gor y lie, dan nrweiniad Mr. Edward Ellis. w Cafwyd hefyd anerchiadau rhagorol, gan y llywydd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan y Parch. John Jones, Brynrodyn, a Mr. David Hughes, cofrestrydd, Mr. Thomas Parry, Glanraonfsob, LIaIrlyfni, a Miss mlen Roberts, Penylan, Clynog. A PENNINGTON-PIPER.--Ar y laf oyfieol, yn Swyddfa y, Cofrestrydd, Caernarfon, Mr. John Pennington, Waenfawr, A Miss Mary Jane Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    l sillebu gan raimewn oed, pedwar yn gydfuddugol, ref, Mri. O. M. Owen, Castle House; H. Jones, Tyeiddewr W.~ Jones, Penylan, aT. Williams, Bryn. tirion. Beirniadaeth sr y prif draethawd. "Pertbynas , rhaglunisth Dow a llywodraethiad y byd;" goreu, - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Miss Barlow, Llundain; Mrs. a Misses Culverwell, Pontfaen; Mr. a Mrs. Walter, H. Morgan, Is-Sirydd, Pontypridd ; a Mrs. Rees, Penylan, St. Brides. Bydded i Dduw pob gras ddiddanu y teulu yn en galar, a choded lawer eto o'r un Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bresenol Parchn. Idris Thomas, Llanwno; J. Williams, Rock; J. Evans (A.), Nelson; W. Jones (B.), Nelson; Mri. E. Edwards, U.H., Penylan, Henadur R. Lewis, U.Hi., Pontypridd; ER. Rogers, UJ.E., Pontypridd- ER. Lew, Lloyd's Bank, Pontypridd; Golygwr D. Rees, EHengoed ; Subscribers-only content

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