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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MOSTYN, Peter (by 1518-80), of Talacre, Flints.

    (by 1518-80), of Talacre, Flints. Constituency Dates Flintshire 1545 Flint Boroughs 1558 Ofifces Held J.p. Flints. 1543, 1555, q. 1558/59-64; escheator 1545-6; sheriff 1552-3; commr. subsidy 1546, relief 1550, lunacy c.1565, Caerwys eisteddfod 1568. Biography Of ancient Welsh descent, the

    MORGAN, Edward II (1576-c.1640), of Golden Grove and Weppre, Flints.

    doubly linked with the powerful Conways of Bodrhyddan-through his wife (who belonged on her mother’s side to the Mostyns of Talacre, the wealthiest landowners of Prestatyn hundred) and through his sister, who married into the next generation of Conways. His

    MOSTYN, William (by 1518-76), of Mostyn, Flints. and Gloddaeth, Caern.

    biography, is sometimes confused with two relatives and namesakes: his own younger brother (usually referred to as William Mostyn the younger), and his cousin of Basingwerk and Cornish, Holywell, son of the founder of the Talacre branch of the family.

    RAVENSCROFT, George (d. by 1592), of Bretton and Hawarden, Flints.

    consolidated their position in Flintshire by successive marriages into the chief local families: Stanley of Ewloe; Mostyn of Mostyn and Talacre; Grosvenor of Eaton. A still more influential match was that of Thomas Ravenscroft’s eldest daughter (the 1563 MP’s sister)

    LLOYD MOSTYN, Edward Mostyn (1795-1884), of Mostyn Hall, Flint and 14 Park Place, Mdx.

    month, presided over dynastic celebrations in September to mark the coming of age of his Catholic kinsman Pyers Mostyn of Talacre, and came in for Flintshire unopposed as a Liberal at the December 1832 general election.[footnote] Seeking his urgent assistance

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chert ; and the existence of Lead is well proved and lying in a direct line between the Talargoch and Talacre Lead Mine. A Pack of Fox Hounds and Harriers hunt the distriht Plans and full Particulars, with cards to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; and the existence of Lead is well proved and lying in a durect line between the Talargoch and - Talacre Lead Mine. A Pack of Fox Hounds and Harriers hunt the district. Plans and full Particulars, with cards to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gronant, a Miss Sarah Jane Hughes, merch y diweddar Mr. James Hughes, Ty Isa, Gronant, is-oruchwyliwNr i Syr Pyrce Mostyn, Talacre. MARWOLAETHAIT. ALExANDER.-Mehefin 2il, Nr. Morgan Alexan- der, yr hwn a fu am bymtheg mnlynedd yn flaenor parchus yn eglwys Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    deulu y Mostyniaid, a ddewiswyd i'r swydd o Ficar Apostolig (Cymru. Ganwyd ef yn Talacre ar y 6ed o Awst 1860, ac felly y mae newydd basio ei 36ain flwydd. Efe yw pedwerydd fab y diweddar Syr Pyers Mostyn, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r Pantasa ... 236 ... - M Pwllheli ... 60 ... - ml a Rhyl ... 200 ... - . Talacre : 60 ... - aw a Trallwm ... 100 ... - Rc Gwrecsam .. 1200 -.. 240 da Dengys Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Addenda and corrigenda to volume 2

    16th read 10th. " 199 W. Cracraft, for wife read widow. " 205 T. Wood, for his connexion with the Talacre Coal and Iron Company see Mining Journal of September 23, 1843. " 209 Between S. fitz-Mary and J. de

    Notes on the aldermen, 1701-1838

    1843 was defeated at the poll. The opposition to him was due to the circumstances of his connexion with the Talacre Coal and Iron Company. He became bankrupt in December, 1847, and was afterwards provided for by being made Clerk

    Introduction to the second volume

    in 1841, 1842, 1844 and 1845, and at the poll in 1843, owing to his transactions in connexion with the Talacre Coal and Iron Company, the re-election of William Cubitt in 1861, the voluntary postponement for a year of T.

 

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