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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, J, 01 January 1519-31 December 1523

    3261. -, Maurice. 1372. -, Pancrace, 1009. -, Wm., 558. Jopson , Wm., p. 1367. Jor , Dav. ap, and Rees ap, gr. 581. Jose , Dr. , 312. Joseph , Anth., his signature, 65. Joslyn , Gab., 3358. Josse

    Ministers' Accounts, 1376-1401

    . They owe there 114 s 9 d . whence upon John ap Rees and John Battr s ., farmers of the moveables, 110 s . John Rees and Richard Gloucester, the now accountants, 4 s 9 d . Lantrissan

    Wills, 1470-1611

    Robert ap yevan viij s . Item of Edward Lewys Rees v s . Item of John bassett v s . Item of lley thomas viij li vj s . Rees thomas. Sealyd and d'd in the p'sens of w

    America and West Indies, May 1714, 01 May 1714-31 May 1714

    in due time in some measure recover the damage done us, etc . Signed , John Marshall, John Daly, Bartho. Rees, Rd. Molineux, Geo. Liddell. Antho. Ravell, Speaker, William White, John Hartt, John Molineux, Tho. Caines, William Finch. Endorsed as

    Star Chamber Proceedings, 1538-97

    ap Rees ap Jenkin for the same, v s. Of Will'm Powell for the same, v s. Of Howell Mathewe pro licentia concordand', x s. Of Thomas Griffith for the like, vj s. viij d. Of Rees ap Rees for

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cytarfod y Gymaufa am 8. boreu Mercher.-1. C:f- n wyd adroddiad maith a manwl gaa y Parchn. 'r. i. Rees, E. Rees, a D. Williams, am ansawdd yr achos yn . y sir, yr hwu oedd ye galouegol iaw u, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mae-Llyma a Iyna, Nodion Eglwysig a Gwladol, a Gohebydd o Bentraeth, Cyfarfod Misol Sir Drefaldwyn, C W. F., R. 0. Rees, Franconia, 'Rhen 'Iwalad Dafydd, &e. *i,4 Cyfeirier pob gohebiaeth fel hyn:-To the Editor, Goleuad a Office, Carnarvon, North Wales. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gael eu dwyn apr bron yCyfafod Misol nesaf, &r hwn a gynbelir yn Engedi, Rhagfyr 6fed. Penderfynwyd ar i'r Parchn. Rees Jones, a David Morris, inglbyda Mr. Roberts. Bryn- adda, gynrirthwyo eglwys Moriah, Caernarfon, i ddewis blaenoriaid, Ba syilw, gyda. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lwyddiant yr achos yn America. Dywedwyd gair yn bur deimladwy am y dialireddar Barch. Ellis Foulkes, Bangor, gan y Parchn. Rees i Jones, W. Herbert, 0. Thomas, John Pritchard, a'r Cadeirydd. * Awdurdodwyd y frawdoliaeth yn Rhiwbryrhhir a Glyndyfrdwy i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn agos i bedwar- ugahl mlynedd rhyw rhyw bum' meiynedd yn ol, pan fi farw yr hen batriarch oedd yno-Morgan Rees. Bu- wyd yn meddwl gan fLd y cyfarfod misol hwe yn di- gwydd bod mewn dosbarth gwanaidd, ac mewn Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    REES, William (d.1410), of Tharston, Norf.

    Held Controller of works at Norwich castle 28 Nov. 1408-d. Biography The family of Rees was relatively obscure before William’s time. Probably the son of John Rees who lived at Long Stratton, he held a manor in the neighbouring parish

    MORGAN, Rice (Rees, Rhys) (d.1577), of Nevern, Pemb.

    Rice (Rees, Rhys) (d.1577), of Nevern, Pemb. Constituency Dates Haverfordwest 1563 Ofifces Held J.p. Pemb. and Haverfordwest from c.1559; escheator, Pemb. and Carm. 1576-7. Biography Morgan came of the Morgans of Muddlescombe, Kidwelly, a collateral branch of the Monmouthshire Morgans.

    HAWKINS, Nicholas, of Cardiff.

    Bd. of Celtic Studies, Hist and Law ser. i), 77; Exchequer, ed. E. G. Jones (same ser. iv), 218; Stradling, Storie of the Lower Borrowes, ed. Randall and Rees (S. Wales and Mon. Rec. Soc. Pubs. i), 98-113; D’Ewes, 565.

    FREVILLE, William (c.1396-1460), of Little Shelford, Cambs.

    widow, Agnes Shardelow, whose third husband, William Rees* of Tharston, had succeeded in securing for himself an interest for life. Rees even went so far as to direct his feoffees and executors to sell Caxton to fund the foundation of

    PESHALE, Sir Adam (d.1419), of Peshale and Shifnal, Salop, and Weston-under-Lizard, Staffs.

    rent even though the Giffards’ son, John, later evicted him.[footnote]Peshale’s second marriage was to Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Philip ap Rees, who, when her father died in August 1369, shared the inheritance of his lands with her sister Mabel, wife

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 November 1690, 7 November 1690

    ral in Parliament affembled, That this Houfe will hear the Caufe wherein Anthony Rowe Efquire is Plaintiff", and Dorcas and Rees Guynne are Defendants, by Coun- fel on both Sides, at the Bar, on Tburfday the 13th Day of this Subscribers-only content

    3 February 1795, 3 February 1795

    Bench, in the ufual Manner delivered in at the Table, Four Writs of Error. In the Firft of which, William Rees and Henry Borradaile are Plaintiffs, and William Mauduit is Defendant. In the Second, Benjamin Edwards is Plaintiff, and Robert Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    Burdet. Johan de Hundon. Vyncent Bavent. Ibid, in dorso, m. 1. Le Roi a nfe ch & foial Griffuth ap Rees j salutz. Come nous soioms ja demorantz ove nfe host' sr noz tres en la marche Descoce pr la Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Lime, for the Improvement of Land, from loll in certain cases; Ordered, lxxxix. 256. Presented; printed; 292. PeZ.Z«ms aoainsZ; From, Rees Gorino- Thomas; David Lloyd Harries; lxxxix. 350. Glamorgan, 370. Creditors of the Tolls of Wiveliscombe Turnpike Road, 404. Petition Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 1 Geo. I - 19 Geo. III, Vols. XX - XXXV

    Geo. 1. xxi. 442 b. Leave given, 446 a. Refpondent to Appeal of Griffith, 10 Geo. 2. wZde Grif- fith, Rees. Bill 14 Geo. 2. for Sale of Eftates late his, to difcharge his Debts and Legacies -.-Petition of his Subscribers-only content


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