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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Later medieval Chester 1230-1550 City and crown, 1237-1350 Chester , c. 1500

    from Rhuddlan ( Flints .) to receive the submission of the Welsh prince Dafydd ap Llywelyn. 8 Those visits saw the inauguration of work on the castle and the dispatch of building implements and military equipment from Chester to Rhuddlan

    Later medieval Chester 1230-1550 Economy and society, 1230-1350

    Chester market. As early as 1241 the justice, John le Strange, purchased wine there to be sent to Shrewsbury and Rhuddlan . 6 The quantities obtainable in Chester were, however, insufficient for the king's needs. Wine was bought at Boston

    Early medieval Chester 400- 1230 Parish boundaries within the walls

    of lands west of the Dee, near Chester , 13 and when in 1063 Earl Harold attacked Gruffudd's palace at Rhuddlan in Flintshire he made the city his base. 14 Although with Gruffudd's defeat in the same year the lands

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Chester

    Matthew of Rhuddlan when his brother became a monk. 26 Among the more significant of the acquisitions confirmed by Ranulph I were the moiety of Lea Newbold given by William de Mold and the church of Dyserth near Rhuddlan given

    Parishes Odell

    These were not summonses to Parliament, but undoubtedly military writs. 55 The only possible exception is a writ dated from Rhuddlan , 28 June 1283 , summoning him to Shrewsbury on 30 September . The writ runs, 'to ordain what

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 539, January 1646, 01 January 1646-31 January 1646

    Ormond , and without that force, Chester and Rhuddlan will be lost. The soldiers from the King is (are) still at Worcester , and want food . We have here in Rhuddlan war horses, weapons, food , ready for to Subscribers-only content

    Index of Subjects, H, I

    Cranbrook. Crickhowell. East Flegg. Forehoe. Freebridge. Gallow. Happing. Haytor. Holt. Humbleyard. Kiftgate. King's Lynn. North Erpingham. North Greenhoe. Penkelly. Prestatyn. Rhuddlan. Rolvenden. Selbrittenden. Smithdon. South Erpingham. Taverham. Teignbridge. Tunsted. Walsham. West Flegg. I. Imports. See Customs Inspector. Imprests , Auditors

    Warrants etc., January 1699, 1-15, 02 January 1699-15 January 1699

    in the inferior list loco Thomas Dixon dismissed. John Lloyd (a landwaiter in Liverpool port) to be established at Ruthland [Rhuddlan ] in Co. Flint within the districts of the port of Chester. Out Letters ( Customs ) XIV ,

    Index of Persons and Places, Q, R, 01 October 1706-31 December 1707

    of Casual Revenue, 353; secretary to a commission of enquiry into losses sustained at Nevis, 38; payment to, 397, 404. Rhuddlan , Ruthland [Ryddland ] , co. Flint, riding surveyor at. See Floyd, J.; Floyd, V. Rialton (Ryalton), Viscount. See

    Errata

    first 9 references, left hand margin, add L.C.C. 232 194A. 1518, 21 lines from bottom, for Rutland read Ruthland [? Rhuddlan ] castle. 1661, 9 lines from bottom, for Shirland read Shore land Adams. 1665, 11 lines from bottom, dele Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CONWAY, John (by 1522-79), of Rhuddlan and Bodrhyddan, Flints.

    (by 1522-79), of Rhuddlan and Bodrhyddan, Flints. Constituency Dates Flintshire 1558 Flint Boroughs 1563 Ofifces Held Escheator, Flints. 1550-1, 1552-3, 1563-4, 1567-8, sheriff 1558-9, j.p. 1555, from 1564. Biography The Conway family, settled in Flintshire since the end of the

    CONWAY, John (by 1522-79), of Rhuddlan and Bodrhyddan, Flints.

    and a kinsman Edward Conway were also lessees of Rhuddlan castle, and between 1552 and 1554 he was defendant in the court of augmentations over lands called ‘Our Lady’s Lands’ in Rhuddlan. In 1554 he sued in the common pleas

    GRIFFITH, Thomas (d.1638), of Caerwys, Flints.

    son of the same Piers Griffith by Elizabeth, daughter of Foulk Grimsditch, granddaughter of Robert Grimsditch of Rhuddlan. Piers Griffith, himself formerly of Rhuddlan, inherited his Caerwys property from his brother John Griffith I in 1580, and made his ‘base

    GRIFFITH, John I (d.1580), of Caerwys, Flints.

    journey towards London, knowing that all men be mortal and are born to die’, named a brother, Piers Griffith of Rhuddlan, and a nephew, Robert Evans, as the principal heirs to his lands in Caerwys, Ysceifiog, and Bryngwyn in his

    CONWAY, Sir John, 2nd Bt. (c.1663-1721), of Bodrhyddan, Flints.

    After regaining his seat in 1695 he voted consistently with the Tories, refusing to sign the Association of 1696. He died at Bath on 27 Apr. 1721, aged 58, and was buried at Rhuddlan, the last male of his family.[footnote]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mawrth a Mercher, 26aiu a'r 26ain o Hydref. Pregethwyd gan y Parchedigion Thomas Grey, Rhyl; John Prichard, Amlwch; Villiam Morris, Rhuddlan a John'Foulkes, Carmel. C:afwyd tywydd dymunol a chynu~leidfaoedd X lliosog: yr oedd y weinidogaeth hefy-d yn nerthol a gaf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ai glawdd, a'r frwydr fythgofliadwy C rhyngddo a Meredyth a! Caradoc ar Forfa Rhuddlan. d Yma darllenodd ddesgrifiad Ieuan. Glan Geirionydd o'r - frwydr, sef "Can Morfa Rhuddlan," ac o bob peth, b dyma y dernyn yn cario yr effeithiau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'i ymweliad diweddar a'r wlad bono, ; ac ar gynygiad y Parch. J. Hughes, ac eiliad y Parch. W. Morris, Rhuddlan, penderfynwyd ei gyf- lwyno yn serchog i Gymanfa America, gan ddyrimuno ei lwyddiant, a datgan ein sirioldeb wrth virando Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    glo, yn cynyrchu ynghylch 2500p. o ardreth blynyddol. Perthynai yr eiddo yn flaenorol i'r Llyngesydd Dundas. Y mae eglwys henafol Rhuddlan, yr hon sydd yn dyddlio mor belled yn ol a'r 12fed neu'r l3eg ganrif. newydd dderbyn adgyweiriad, yn ol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oedd Heb. xii. 12-12. Yn y cyrarfodydd cyhoedduas pre- gethodd y Parchn. 0. Thomas, Liverpool; W. Hughes, Groes; L. Ellis, Rhuddlan; R. Roberts, Abergele; T; Grey, Rhyl; a G. Parry, Llanrwst. CYARFOD Ml5O0 GORaLEWIN MEMIONYDD.-Taber- nacl, Ffestiniog, Rhagfyr 6ed a Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 May 1757, 9 May 1757

    to Pentre " Bridge in the County of Flint, and from the Town " of Mold to Northop, Holywell, and Rhuddlan, in the " fame County, and from thence to The Ferry Hovfe li oppofite the Town of Conway in Subscribers-only content

    12 May 1757, 12 May 1757

    to Ventre Bridge in the County of Flint, " and from the Town of Mold to Northop, Holywell, t( and Rhuddlan, in the fame County; and from thence " to The Ferry-houfe oppofite the Town of Conway in " the Subscribers-only content

    17 May 1757, 17 May 1757

    of Denbigh, to Pen- " tre Bridge in the County of Flint, and from the Town " oiMold toNorthop, Holytvell,and Rhuddlan, in the fame " County, and from thence toTheFerry-houfe oppofite the *• Town of Conway in the County of Subscribers-only content

    18 May 1757, 18 May 1757

    bf Denbigh, to Pentre Bridge in the County of Flint, and from the Town of Mold to Northop, Holywell, and Rhuddlan, in the fame County, and from thence to The Ferry Houfe oppofite the Town of Conway in the County Subscribers-only content

    28 June 1757, 28 June 1757

    to Pentre Bridge in the " County of Flint, and from the Town of Mold to " Northop, Holywell, and Rhuddlan, in the fame County- " and from thence to The Ferryhoufe oppofite the ' Town of Conway in the Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Lewis Richards, 8/9/1830

    Surname Richards Forename Lewis Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Subscription on Appointment Date 8/9/1830 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Rhuddlan// OTHER INFORMATION Source NLW SA/SB/12 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Carey, William/St. Asaph 1830- 1846 Comment

    John Jeffreys, 19/8/1801

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 13463 Linked to person: Jeffreys, John 1778-1801 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Jeffreys Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 19/8/1801 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Rhuddlan//Flint

    Robert Morris, 31/7/1819

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 13689 Linked to person: Maurice, Robert 1790-1819 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Morris Forename Robert Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 31/7/1819 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Rhuddlan//Flint

    John Jones, 9/1/1828

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 13813 Linked to person: Jones, John 1811-1828 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Jones Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 9/1/1828 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Rhuddlan//Flint

    Robert Maurice, 31/7/1819

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 14082 Linked to person: Maurice, Robert 1781-1819 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Maurice Forename Robert Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 31/7/1819 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Rhuddlan//Flint

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Rhuddlan Castle, Flintshire., 1830

    Rhuddlan Castle, Flintshire. [castle/fort, bridge, boat/ship] River landscape, with small boats in the water, and two large boats moored at a high bank in foreground at left, figures seen at a nearby building; church in background at left, bridge

    Abermaw, or Barmouth, Merionethshire.; Rhuddlan Castle, Flintshire., 1830

    Barmouth, Merionethshire.; Rhuddlan Castle, Flintshire. [castle/fort, bridge, boat/ship] Two images printed from the same plate; upper image: costal view, with figures, boats and buildings on the shore at left, and rocky mountains in background; lower image: river landscape, with small

 

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