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  • * British History Online *

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    Glamorgan County Records, Miscellaneous documents

    the Lord of the Mannor of Landaffe [ inter alia ] : M r Morgan of Tredegar for y e Splott 4 s . M r Herbert for the Gabalva 4 s . There is a Cheife Rent of 49

    Parochial Records, Registers of Roath, 1731-1845

    Names of all those who gave Moneys towards the Repairing of Landaff Church in the Year 1732." Moses Morgan of Splott 2 s . 6 d . Morgan Howell 6 d Lewelyn Thomas 3 d . Morgan William 6 d

    Parochial Records, Cardiff School Book, 1815-1840

    Richards, Corner House; John Wood, Roath Court; Edward Priest Richards; Tho s Bourne; Henry Hollier, jun r ; John Bradley, Splott; Joseph Davies, Wharf; Rich d Reece, Surgeon; Sir Jere. Homfray; C. C. Williams; Cha s Vachell, jnr.; Sam 1

    The manors of Cardiff district, Descriptions

    the 16th century Splott was in the hands of Thomas Bawdripe, freeholder. 1596. William Bawdrippe of Penmark, esquire, built a fair house at the Splott and made the same his chief residence. (Abbreviate.) 1626. William Bawdrip of Splott, esquire, was

    Glamorgan Calendar Rolls and Gaol Files, 1542-94

    and Lewis ffrowde, Bailiffs of Cardyff, made presentment on behalf of the Burgesses. Ib . Part 2. Miles Bawdrippe of Splott, yeoman, prosecuted for trespass and assault. John Hughes was again prosecuted for trespass and assault. Gaol Files. 27 Eliz.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mrs Captain M'Neil, Miss M'Neil ; Mr John Pearce, of Liverpool; Anna Splott, E. Splott, of Devonshire; Mr Roby. of Malvern ; Mr Jazo, of Liverpool; Mary Ann Splott; Mr Marshbank, of the house of Clapperton, Glasgow; the steward and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wales Railway, approaching from Newport, in flames, which ascended a considerable height. The train was brought to a standstill between Splott and Adamstown; all was done by the people who were attracted to it that could be done, and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pltter atti Flittoher. AtsoiTiet i empeetaulli l-ltMAgIS:: ti'e fir tile Wuiretoituse, n toil te Ottiec 10 Ihludie.-Apilly tit 11. Fietding.; Splott Workhs, Snialic Street. 1330 ~37ANTED. hinniiedidttely, at MAl.IN ttsed to Dipping liiit- ,itlrfillt. illmu s~a W'-lo Hrt(-Aplly titt uieC, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "Is. L.e" and realy goed old dJ, Whisk, are aynonyrmoaatre 1 Unt the Mes.i5 gs toluced their delicdusi old mellow Splott is5;o jeob good od lIdsh Whisky in England; hbt now the 1s1, a i t, tained 01alIts purity in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NI~SCELLANBOUS ~OUSE Wanted. rent £20. to £424. near Bristol or Pes-shore Road preferred ; for a Lady and her Son.-Address, G. 89, 'buy post.__________ ~~~~~~c239 anneo. ix bd rste. Neghburh Odof IlazleY I oad. lea.. ___________tnot_____Ce lteoI rm of Subscribers-only content

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