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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KEMEYS, Edward (d.1623), of Kemeys and Bertholdy, Llantrisant, Mon.

    often confused with the 1593 MP. The latter was occupied mainly in extending his estates; he purchased the manor of Redwick, some five miles southeast of Kemeys, where he lived in his later years, and several smaller properties. Although not

    LEYCESTRE, John (d.1436/7), of Bristol.

    to enfeoff his brother-in-law, Roger Bath, and Roger Strete, a local tanner, in a tenth part of the manor of Redwick in Magor and other property in Monmouthshire at Porton and Pill. But his most important possessions were naturally in

    LAMBOURNE, Sir William, of Lambourne and Trerice, Cornw.

    to Loddiswell and other properties in Devon, and when she died in 1397 she also left holdings in Gloucestershire at Redwick and Magor. Lambourne subsequently shared possession of these with his stepson, (Sir) John Arundell I* of Lanherne, who, by

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wilden

    End Farm. Outlying districts which have now disappeared are Overwyk in the 13th century, 3 Hudwyk, Lemerestwik and Ruddoks (probably Redwick ) Green , which appear in the 15th century. It is interesting to note, in explanation of the unusual

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the notes required. 8. Llan- fi martin.-That the Presbytery send an expression of its El deepest sympathy to Mrs. Walter, Redwick, in her grief w at the loss of her beloved husband, for many years a d. faithful deacon of,this Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mewn rhai manau eraill, rhwng y 3 - blynyddau 1740 a 1730, dan arulygiaeth un nyd THOMAS PRICE, sef yn Redwick, Gwndu, Calde- c cot, Llanfaches, a Golden Hill." Felly gwelir c 'yr i hadau Methodistiaeth gael en hau, Ye, Subscribers-only content

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    Thomas Jones, of Greathouse Nash, farmer; Edward Reece, of Lanmartain, farmer; Edward Smith, of Chepstow, ceachmaker; Christo- pher John, of Redwick, farmer; William Williams, of Lan- gattock-nigh-Usk, farmner; John Richards, of Cliepstow, baker; John Ctapel Smith,, of Chepetow, grocer. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ad fifteen signed the verdict. DasrERATn ATrvonct At MURDER ANND SuiccDR.-A mtost desperate attempt at murder and suicide occurred at Redwick, near Thrnbu4ry, Gloucestershire, on Saturday. The following are the principal facts of the case: A labonring man named February, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at murder and suicide which it has ever been our painful duty, to record, occurred at a small village called Redwick, near Thornuhry, Gloucestershire, and, as may be supposed, the excitement is very great in the neighboarhood. The following are Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Evan James, 21/6/1771

    Subscription Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 7145 Linked to person: James, Evan 1771-1771 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname James Forename Evan Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 21/6/1771 Office/Status Stipendiary Curate Clerical Status Location

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