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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Pillerton Priors

    Countess of Warwick . 27 Their son John died in 1389 , when his heir was Reynold de Grey of Ruthin , 28 who, in 1400 , made a settlement of various manors, including Pillerton. 29 After this time it

    Parishes Castle Ashby Compton . Sable a leopard or between three helms argent .

    of Ruthin , in December 1423 . 39 In September of this year he had already conveyed the reversion of the property held by Joan and her fifth husband, Sir John Harpenden , to John de Grey of Ruthin and

    Parishes Astley

    held by knight's service of Guy, Earl of Warwick . 24 Astley . Azure a cinquefoil ermine . Grey of Ruthin . Barry argent and azure with three roundels gules in chief . The overlordship of the Earls of Warwick

    Parishes Bedworth

    of Thomas de Rokedon, for his life, and then to his daughter Joan and her husband Reynold, Lord Grey of Ruthin ; from them it passed through the female line to the Greys of Groby , Lords Ferrers and later

    Parishes Hillmorton

    were connected with the Hastings barony conferred upon the Astley family in 1841 ; 36 her father, Baron Grey de Ruthin , had a residence at Brandon near Coventry and her mother Anna Maria ( Kelham ) was a farmer's

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LONGFORD, John.

    to Parliament two years later he became associated with Reynold, Lord Grey of Ruthin, and by September 1401 he had been appointed by him as constable of Ruthin castle. He may have been holding the office in the previous year,

    SALESBURY, John (1533-80), of Rûg, nr. Corwen, Merion. and Bachymbyd, nr. Ruthin, Denb.

    (1533-80), of Rûg, nr. Corwen, Merion. and Bachymbyd, nr. Ruthin, Denb. Constituency Dates Merioneth Oct. 1553 Denbigh Boroughs Apr. 1554 Denbigh Boroughs 1558 Denbighshire 1559 Ofifces Held Jt. steward, manor of Ruthin, by 1557-69 or later; sheriff, Merion. 1558-9, 1577-8;

    THELWALL (THELOAL), Simon (1525/26-86), of Plas y Ward, Llanynys, Denb.

    Held Steward, reader’s dinner, I. Temple 1579. Ofifces Held Commr. piracy, Denb. 1565, tanneries, Ruthin 1574, musters, Denb. 1580; sheriff, Denb. 1571-2; j.p. 1575-d., steward, Ruthin manor 1575-d.; dep. justice, Chester circuit 1576, 1579, V. justice 1580, 1584; member, council

    THELWALL, Simon I (1525/26-86), of Plas-y-ward, Llanynys, Denb.

    Boroughs Oct. 1553 Denbighshire 1563 Denbigh Boroughs 1559 Denbigh Boroughs 1571 Ofifces Held Commr. piracy, Denb. 1565, tanneries, Ruthin 1574; seneschal Ruthin manor from 1575; sheriff; Denb. 1571-2, j.p. from 1575, commr. musters 1580; dep. justice, Chester circuit 1576, 1579,

    MYDDELTON, Sir Richard, 3rd Bt. (1655-1716), of Chirk Castle, Denb.

    Denb. 1684-d.; sheriff, Denb. 1688. Biography Sir Richard Myddelton considerably increased the Chirk Castle estates, marrying a Shropshire heiress and buying the lordship of Ruthin. A moderate Tory, who did not oppose the Hanoverian succession, he died 9 Apr. 1716.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Anglesea; Mr. Hugh W~illiamls, Sea View, Abergele j Mr. John Roberts, Gaik Farm, near Denbigh; Mr William Edwards, Rtuthin Brewery, Ruthin; Mr.]):. rRoberts, Awtoer T-y-ehf, Corwon. 7- HOP AND SEEDi WA EH 0UiS;E OSWES"Y TOHN JONES & Co., beg to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lanfai pwll Anglesea; Mr. Hugh Williams, Sea View, Abergele; Mr. John Roberts, Gainas Farm, near Denbigh; Mf William Edwards, Ruthin Brewery, Ruthin; Mr. D. Roberts, Auctioneer, Ty'-ycefn, Corwen. OP AlND S-EEO WARWHOUSE, ' E W T RY T0HO ES & Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LlanFair~ll Au glesea, Mr. HEugh Williamns,. Sea View, 4~bergele; '1. o Robertis; Gins Fr~m,, eear ,,)epbig; 'Mi ! Willialm Edwards, Ruthin Brewery, Rkuthia; Mr. l3. R'obit-s; Auctioneer; TY"n-y-cefn, C°rwn . HO-P ANt D SEED WAS"W*OJIS., O&WST RY, TQRN-,!Q 8qQ. be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Anglesea ; Mr. Hugh Williams, Sea Yiew, Abergele ; Mrj John Robet, Gna m, nea Debiis Mr William Edwards; Ruthin Brewery, Ruthin; Mr. D. Rob rts, Auctioneer, Tfnvy-cefn,- Corwcn. ' - ] HOP AND SEED WAREDIOUSE, O, S\WE'STRY. JOHN JONES Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Llanfair pwll gesa Mr.H h Wia Sea View, Abrg Mr John Robrfs, Gainiss Fri4n;-erDenbigh; M ' Wliam Edwarda, Rutbin Brewery, Ruthin Mr..D. Roberts, Auctioneer, Ty'ny ef Norwen - HOP AND StED WAti-bus , boSWTRY OHN JONES & ,Co., beg to Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 November 1685, 16 November 1685

    Lord ferved, that the Herald hath entered in the Roll of &W f^^ Peers, atnongft the Barons, Lord Grey of Ruthin. to the Com- And the Earl of Kent taking Exceptions thereunto : It is Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual Subscribers-only content

    16 November 1685, 16 November 1685

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A. 1685. It is Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Tem¬ poral in Parliament affembled, That the faid John Stick- land and Thomas Green be, and are hereby, required to pay, or caufe Subscribers-only content

    17 November 1685, 17 November 1685

    11685. i Jac. II. journals of the Hoüfe of Lords, " Grey, who was fummöned in Edward the Third's " will be as kind to him as they have beea to other " Time by the Title of Lord Subscribers-only content

    22 January 1688, 22 January 1689

    Brifioll. Chichefler. St. David's. 0X071. D. of IVV/o/*, E.Mar-Ds. Delawar. flial. Ds. Ferrers. D. of Ornwnd. Ds. De Grey of Ruthin. D. of Beauford. Ds. Eure. D. of Northumberland,.Ds. Wharton. of Winchefler. Marq. of Hallyfax. L. Great Chamber¬ lain. E. Subscribers-only content

    23 January 1688, 23 January 1689

    Epus. Peterbo¬ rough. Epus. .Sri/ft?/. Epus. Chichefler Epus. 67. David's Epus O Ds. Delawar. Ds. Ferrers. Ds. Zte Gr^j o/" Ruthin. Ds. £ftr£. Ds. Wharton. Ds. Ptfgrt. Ds. iSTor/£ tff Gn?y. Ds. Chandos. Ds. Mountague. Ds. Gn?y <& Warke. Ds. Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Gabriel Goodman Lodge

    Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Castle Hotel, Ruthin, Denbigh, Denbighshire, Wales 1923 Memorial Buildings, Ruthin, Denbigh, Denbighshire, Wales 1925 Old Cloisters, Ruthin, Denbigh, Denbighshire, Wales 1959

 

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