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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WYN AP CADWALADR, John (d.?1589), of Rhiwlas, Merion.

    John (d.?1589), of Rhiwlas, Merion. Constituency Dates Merioneth 1559 Ofifces Held Escheator, Merion. 1564-5, j.p. from c.1573, sheriff 1576-7, 1585-6, dep. lt. 1587. Biography The family first became prominent through the favour shown by Henry VII towards this Member’s great-grandfather,

    PRICE, Cadwaladr (b.c.1561), of Rhiwlas, Merion.

    PRICE, Cadwaladr (b.c.1561), of Rhiwlas, Merion. Constituency Dates Merioneth 1584 Ofifces Held J.p. Merion., sheriff 1592-3, dep. lt. bef. 1592, rem. 1600. Biography An early Tudor family, the Prices of Rhiwlas were well established in Merioneth by the Elizabethan period.

    PRICE, William (1619-91), of Rhiwlas, Merion.

    (1619-91), of Rhiwlas, Merion. Constituency Dates Merioneth Nov. 1640 5 Feb 1644 Merioneth 25 Mar. 1673 Ofifces Held Commr. of array, Merion. 1643-4, assessment, Merion. Aug. 1660-80, Denb. and Flints. Aug. 1660-1, 1673-80, Denb. 1663-73, Caern., Denb., Flints. and Merion.

    PRICE, Richard (1720-75), of Rhiwlas, Merioneth.

    (1720-75), of Rhiwlas, Merioneth. Constituency Dates Beaumaris 1754 1768 Biography Price’s family were strong Tories, and so was Thomas Rowlands of Caerau, father of the Dowager Lady Bulkeley, who since the death of Lord Bulkeley managed the borough, and in

    NANNEY, Griffith (1568-1609), of Nannau, Llangachreth and Maelan, Dolgelly, Merion.

    Commr. subsidy Merion. 1595, j.p. from c.1599. Biography Unlike the Salesburys of Rûg, the Prices of Rhiwlas and the Owens of Llwyn, all of recent standing, the Nanney family had been seated in Merioneth since the thirteenth century. Head of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hyder y bydd peb man mewn rhyw fedd yn cyd- hi weithredu." 7. Gwnaed trefniada ner cynorthwyo eg- c Iwys Rhiwlas i sierhau gweinidogaeth gyse ar y Sab- di botbau. 8. Rhoddwyd caniatad i'r Parch. W. 0. Wil- liams, Penmaenmawr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ") I Ond ni fyddai dim angen am ddull dirgelaidd o bleid- a leisio pe ymddvgai pawb fel Mr. Price, Rhiwlas, a rhai e boneddwyr Ceidwadol eraill. (Tair banllef i Mr. Price). Gyda golwg ar addysg ca unrhyw fesur effeithiol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    galed wedi edifarhau "a dwyn ffrwythau fa yd addas o edifeirwch." Clod i Lankes a Price ieuanc ol t). o'r Rhiwlas, ac yn enwedig iw briod ryddfrydig, w, i) ac eraill, am en gwaith, yr byn fydd yn glod i'w Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn cael ei arfer ar etholwyr yn pre- 7 wn swylio ar etifeddiaetb y Rhiwlas ; ond y tro hwn aeth f Fd- hen ysgriw y Rhiwlas yn ddrylliau, ac ymddygodd y yr, boneddwr ieuanc fel gwladwr teilung mewn gwiad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn credu hyny! Cy- r soned rbai o'i stiwardiaid iddo ef y ffaith o fod c agos holl denantiaid y Rhiwlas yn yr etholiad blaenorol yn cefnogi yr ymgeisydd Toryaidd, P pan yr oedd y goruchwyliwr a'r meistr tir yn Subscribers-only content

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