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  • * British History Online *

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    Manorial records, A rent-roll of the manor of Miskin (1666)

    Esq r for Radyr ycha & Radyr yssa p' Ann' 20 l . 1 s . Morgan Jones for one p'te of Radyr ycha p' Ann' 2 l . William Horton gent' for another p'te of Radyr ycha p' Ann'

    Wills, 1470-1611

    w'ch are remayning w'th my nephew Thomas Mathew of Radyr and eight other kien Elizabeth John of Radyr and the said sixe oxen remayning Will m John of the hier Radyr. Itm. I doe geve and bequeath unto my daughter

    State Papers Domestic, Introduction

    a curious paper relating to a branch of the iron industry near Cardiff. The Government fear that Edmond Mathew (of Radyr), esquire, one of the principal ironfounders, is selling cannon to the King of Spain. The Privy Council therefore order

    Glamorgan County Records, Introduction

    The principal person therein named is George Mathew junior, of Thurles in Ireland, esq., who was descended from Mathew of Radyr and owned Llandaff Castle and Manor. He was ancestor to the Mathew of Thomastown, Earls of Landaff. The Files

    Addenda to Volume 1, Chancery Proceedings, 1605-7

    fishings, forges, iron works, coal mines and other hereditaments, situate w ithin the parishes, towns, hamlets and fields of Landaffe, Radyr, Whitchurch, Cardiffe, Lanwonno, Lantryssen, Pentirch, Worlton, Merthermawr, Bishopston in Gower, and Lantwit Vay[r ] dre, all within the county

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MATHEW, George (by 1500-58), of Radyr, Glam.

    (by 1500-58), of Radyr, Glam. Constituency Dates Glamorganshire Mar. 1553 Ofifces Held Overseer, royal iron mines, Llantrisant, Glam. 1531; commr. tenths of spiritualities, Llandaff diocese 1535, subsidy, Glam. 1544, musters 1545, 1549, relief 1550, the mises (tribute) temp. Mary; j.p.

    MATHEW, William (1531-87), of Radyr, Cardiff, Glam. and Drury Lane, London.

    MATHEW, William (1531-87), of Radyr, Cardiff, Glam. and Drury Lane, London. Constituency Dates Glamorgan 1572 Ofifces Held J.p. Glam., sheriff 1567-8, 1579-80, commr. piracy 1576. Biography The Mathews of Radyr were a junior branch of an ancient Welsh family which

    HERBERT, William II (by 1530-76), of Cogan Pill, nr. Cardiff.

    Herbert’s death before the second session of the 1572 Parliament resulted in the return of his brother-in-law, William Mathew of Radyr. Herbert’s only son, George, must have died before reaching manhood: his name never appears on the county lists, and

    LEWIS, William III.

    and two daughters. In 1587 he was-along with (Sir) Edward Stradling†-executor of the will of their ‘cousin’ William Mathew of Radyr, and he sounded Sir Edward on finding a place for one of his sons who was ‘not very capable

    HERBERT, William I (1506/7-70), of Wilton, Wilts. and Baynard's Castle, London.

    in May 1550 Herbert gained huge grants of land in Glamorgan and Monmouth, including the lordships of Aberafon, Cardiff and Radyr, the boroughs of Aberafon, Cardiff and Cowbridge and the castles of Aberafon, Caerphilly, Cardiff and Kenfig in Glamorgan; in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 Parch. Theophilas Rees, M3A., Pentyrob, Caerdydd; I Parch. J. P. David, Penclawdd, Abertawe; y Parch. a H. G. Williams, Radyr, Ilandaf, aC eraill. Talodd aelodau y Pwyllgor doyruged o barch i Iywydd y k Gymdeithas, sef Syr Watkin Williams Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oedd iddo barch cyffreiinol yn y cyle yr oedd ye e trel ynddo. Yn ei farwolaetn, ca'odd eglwys Bethe), n Radyr, ger Caerdydd, colled fawr ar ei cl. Ystyrid u ef gauddynt rn wr Hlawn yn en plith, ye gynorthwv Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mown aneio ddiweddarach, amryw o Ya y rhan hon o Sir Forganwg, allan gyda r di 1,1todiotlaid meens Daniel Jones, Radyr ; D- Jones, is Ibiangan. Xit l Rowells, Trebill . Christophm Ol"l9rddawen a William Howells, " Billy Howells, di Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TwynyrodyO. Enwyd y Parchn. R. J. Rees, B.A., W. n Jones, J. M. Jones, mewn cysylltiad a chyfeillion yn dI Radyr, i ystyried y priodoldeb a gychwyn achos Seie. s Dig yn y Ile cyuyddol hwn. Rhoddwyd caniatad i r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gymorth gwerthfawr i'r eglwys a'r C. MT. ye yr argyfwng presenol. Barnwvd ar awgrym y pwyll- gor if yn y Radyr, mai priodol ydyw cychwyn achns Saesneg yn y lie uechod, a rhoddwyd y gofal o hyny i'r pwyllger a Subscribers-only content

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