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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    VAUGHAN, John I (1667-1721), of Trawscoed, Llanafan, Card.

    I (1667-1721), of Trawscoed, Llanafan, Card. Constituency Dates Cardiganshire 19 Dec. 1694 1698 Ofifces Held Steward of the manors of Mefenydd, Croyddin, Heninnock, Caerwedros and Perfedd, Card. 1685–d.; custos rot. Card. 1714–d. Biography In 1692 ‘little Mr Vaughan of Wales’

    VAUGHAN, John (1603-74), of Trawscoed, Llanafan, Card. and the Inner Temple.

    (1603-74), of Trawscoed, Llanafan, Card. and the Inner Temple. Constituency Dates Cardigan Boroughs 1628 Cardigan Boroughs Apr. 1640 Cardigan Boroughs Nov. 1640 1 Sept. 1645 Cardiganshire 1661 23 May 1668 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Card. 1657, Jan. 1660-9, Mdx.

    LLOYD, Henry (bef.1666-1721), of the Inner Temple

    he was launched on his legal career by the kinsmen and associates of his maternal great-uncle Sir John Vaughan† of Trawscoed, chief justice of common pleas under Charles II. He may also have owed his parliamentary seat to this connexion,

    VAUGHAN, Edward II (c.1635-84), of Trawscoed, Llanafan, Card. and Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, Mdx.

    II (c.1635-84), of Trawscoed, Llanafan, Card. and Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, Mdx. Constituency Dates Cardiganshire 25 Aug. 1669 Cardiganshire Mar. 1679 Cardiganshire Oct. 1679 Cardiganshire 1681 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Card. 1661-80, j.p. 1662-d., steward of crown manors 1675-d.,

    LEWIS, John (c.1660-1720), of Coedmor, Card.

    county or borough seat in Cardiganshire, though his first return in 1685 was probably due to the minority of the Trawscoed heir. He served on no committees in James II’s Parliament, and his politics at this date are hard to

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, December 1685, 1-5, 01 December 1685-05 December 1685

    Pipe for a grant to Hector Phillips and William Hooker in trust for John Vaughan, son of Edward Vaughan, of Trawscoed, co. Cardigan, of the office of steward of the lordships or manors and lands of Mevenydd, Creuddyn, Henniniock, Caerwedros

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    the sea, 209. Travers , Ann, Quaker, co. Surrey, 630. Traverston ("Traverstown," alias Tullomullen) (Upper Ormond barony, co. Tipperary), 556. Trawscoed (co. Cardigan), 460. Treason , seditious words, scandalous libels, fanatical party, disaffected party ( and see Rebellion, Scandalum magnatum

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    -, Ann, daughter of George, Recusant, co. Warwick, 1124. -, Anne, widow of Serjeant Walter, 1229, 1591. -, Edward, of Trawscoed, father of John, 460. -, Frances, daughter of 2nd Earl of Carbery, lease, Iscoed, 1086, 1380 1, 1476, 1525,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oyfarfod te yn yr ysgol Genedlaethol yn Guilsfield, Gwasanaethodd y boneddigesau canlynol wrth y byrddau:-Mrs. 0. B. Jones, Mrs. Thomas, Trawscoed ; Mrs. Evans, Ulanerchrechwel; M ss Jones, Broniarth; Miss Jones, Varchoel ; Mrs. Jones, Cletterwood; Miss Davies, Bryndial, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .Sneddol Sir Aborteifi wedi ei gyralthui A hane dau. neu dri o dealuoedd, :yn benaf Prysiaid pogerddan a Vechanisid y Trawscoed. Yn rhestr ei ynryehiolryIr, pedwar yn unig y barnsi Dr. Phillips yn werth en eofnodi, sef Thomas. Phayer, nmeddyg Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'w weled a'i glywed. Aeth Mrs. Watkins, Edward Herbert, Walter Rumsey, dau o hen flaenor- iaid Crughywol, a John Williams, Trawscoed, sef ei gwr wIedi byy, bob cam o Crughywel i Abertawe i Gymanfa 1810. Clywsom Mrs. Watkins yn dywedyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iddynt y4 anghyffredin iawn. Swynid ni yn fawr gan brydferthweh y Ilanerchau yn y rbai y saif y palasau Nanteos, Trawscoed a I dyfiryn yr Ystwyth, a difyrwyd ni yr hilI ffordd gan yr ystorfa ddibysbydd braidd o wybodaet~h sydd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fifteen miles from Abarystwith, ,.ixten fronm lhayador end Llanidloes, four from the Devil'sbridgo iced siX from the Strats Florida and Trawscoed Stations on the Manchester and Milford Rtailway, affording easy and direct eom. munication with Manchester, Shrewsbury, London, and all Subscribers-only content

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