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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PURCELL, Richard (by 1526-86), of Dinthill, Salop.

    lands on 1 May 1560. As well as property in Shrewsbury and elsewhere in Shropshire, he inherited the manor of Talerddig, and bought the manors of Overgorther and Tiertreff Issa, all in Montgomeryshire. During his father’s life, he divided his

    PURCELL, Nicholas (by 1503-59), of Dinthill, Salop.

    him a leading townsman there, and others in Montgomeryshire, where in 1549 he was himself to add the manor of Talerddig, qualifying him to play a part in the administration of that shire. He followed his father, who had also

    PRICE, Richard II (c.1562-1623), of Gogerddan, Llanbadarnfawr, Card.

    his wife yet another. He was himself arraigned before the same court with 25 other freeholders of the townships of Talerddig and Carno, Montgomeryshire, for refusing the customary dues to Sir Roger Owen, who had a life grant of the

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, T, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    i. g. 465 (22). Talbotte. See Talbot. Talentyne , Eliz., i. g. 282 (19). -, Robt., i. g. 282 (19). Talerddig (Talertheg) manor , co. Montgomery, ii. g. 266 (20, 36). Tallant , , i. g. 623 (p. 326). Talley

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dyn ei ]add ar y Cambrian Railway, ger Talerddig, wrth- fyned i'r gerbydre , hithau yn, , -'ned yn ei blae. D-rfii i gyfaill iddo fyned iddi yn ddigel, ond rywfodd collodd. y trancedig ei afael, a syrthiodd i lawr Subscribers-only content

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    i'w gyfeillion yr Huwsiaid, yr Undeb Macbynlleth, nid rhyfedd fod y Byrddan Ysgol wedi peidio yr ochr ddeliccu-orllewinul i graig Talerddig. Onid oes eimieu cenhadwr yn U ndeb Machynlleth ? YI mae rhywun CA yn rboddi i ni awgryv, sef Subscribers-only content

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    : CORRESPONDENCE. NOTICES TO coRRsPonDENTS.-AU flettwrs inteed forl peist heat on. must be accompaned by the sane anid address of the writer; rnet sseesaiZto for publicatio, butfoer itti infonnatiot of the Edf-itor. Wen; 3answers to qetosa~rc not gOvn in Subscribers-only content

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    receipts have been adversely affected by the unfavourable weather, and also by -the very serious slip of rock in the Talerddig Cutn hich unfortuniately took place in August, in the very height cit. the tourist season, and which,' in addition Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of last year.-The Chairman, in moving the adoption of the report, alluded to the serious slip of rock in the Talerddig cutting, which occurred during the height of the tourist season, and which stopped the traffic to the coast for Subscribers-only content

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