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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Tidenham including Lancaut Churches

    8. G.D.R. vol. 384, f. 200. G.D.R. Tiden ham terrier. See p. 66. G.D.R., F 4/2. Hockaday Abs. ccclxxv. Reg. Trefnant , 176-9, 188-9. Hockaday Abs. ccclxxv. Ibid. Ibid. xliv, state of clergy 1584, f. 44. G.D.R. vol. 40, f.

    Woolaston Church

    the archdeacon made an annual visitation no bishop had visited the church. 7 Richard de Swinfield in 1289 and John Trefnant in 1397 , however, carried out episcopal visitations at Woolaston . 8 In 1274 Tintern Abbey agreed that the

    Little Wenlock Church

    70 and are complete thereafter. Below. Reg. Swinfield (C.S.), 71. Reg. Cantilupe (C.S.), 185-6. Eyton , iii. 328. Ibid.; Reg. Trefnant (C.S.), 185; Reg. Spofford (C.S.), 361. L. & P. Hen . VIII , xx (1), p. 424; xx (

    Churcham Churches

    1, f. 41. Hockaday Abs. clii. G.D.R. vol. 381A, f. 2. Hockaday Abs. cccxxviii. G.D.R. vol. 384, f. 59. Reg. Trefnant , 176, 179, 186, 189, 191; Reg. Mascall , 177, 181, 187; Reg. Lacy , 116; Reg. Spofford ,

    Houses of Augustinian canons Priory of Chirbury

    & Y.S.), 212, 215-16, 226. H. E. Salter , Chapters of the Augustinian Canons (C. & Y.S.), 151. Reg. J. Trefnant (C. & Y.S.), 22-24. B.M. Harl . MS. 1240, f. 39. Ibid. Add. MS. 6041, ff. 31v.-32. Cf. Knowles

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WALWYN, Thomas I (d.1444), of Stoke Edith, Herefs.

    his early life, but by 1391 (as Thomas Walwyn junior) he was an esquire in the household of Bishop John Trefnant of Hereford. (In January of that year he was in attendance at the episcopal palace of Whitbourne when the

    PROPHET, John I (d.c.1399), of Hereford.

    services for the souls of their ancestors. Permission was not obtained from the King until November, however, and from Bishop Trefnant not until June 1391. It may well have been this John Prophet who was named in the summer of

    SPEED, William, of Hereford.

    in the dispute with the dean and chapter, being among the nine men who, entering into a bond for £200, then covenanted to abide by the award of Bishop Trefnant and Sir John Clanvowe. He owned premises in Widemarsh Street.[footnote]

    ASTON, John II, of Leominster, Herefs.

    murders. Aston himself pleaded not guilty. Since Brute was a notorious lollard, who had been tried for heresy before Bishop Trefnant two years earlier, these activities at Leominster may be seen as an attack on the ecclesiastical authorities there. The

    CHIPPENHAM, Thomas I, of Hereford.

    for an Exchequer lessee of land in Dorstone, Herefordshire. In August 1397 he witnessed an indenture drawn up by Bishop Trefnant of Hereford.[footnote] Chippenham took out a second royal pardon in March 1398, no doubt to escape any adverse consequences

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    anerchiadan ar bwysigrwydd y symudiad dyddorol hwn gan Meistri Davies, Llangollen; Jones, Fron; Williame, Acre House; Davies, Garth; a Hughes, Trefnant. Ar y diwedd aeth yr holl blant ar eu gliniau, ac ad- roddasant weddi yr Arglwydd yn gar soniarus Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Arddangosfa Anifeiliaid, ond ni dderbyniodd neb niwed pwysig. Ymddengys i'r tender redeg oddiar y llinell oddentn haner midldir a orsaf Trefnant, a dilynwyd ef gan liaws o'r cerbyd- au. Yn ffodus, yr oedd yn myned yn araf ar y pryd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hanes yr Eglwys Apostoliidd gan Miss Sarah 'Thomis,' P6ontruffydd; a Mr. William Jones, Geinas.: Cynflunwers (modl' le8807), Mr. Robert Roberts, Trefnant. Hanes a nodweddion y Deuddeg ApostoL Mfiss Elisabeth Jones, Tynyffordd,' a Mr. Jobn 'Rbrts-' Pont- ruffydd. Atebion i'r Cwestiynau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cerrig, Llanymddyfri, ar fab. Ar yr 21in cyisOI, priod Mr. Edward Thomas, Brynibod, Trefnant, asr fab. PRIODASAU. Ar yr 2Ofed cydol, yn nghapel Ebenezer, Ckernaifoni, gsa y Parch. F. B. Swift, Mr. John Davies, meistr y 'Brigantine' Jane o Gaernarfon, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    newydd bob blwyddyn i ddyfod d dan sylw yn Nghyfarfod Misol Medi yn Henulan. Pen- C. odvyd Mr. T. Roberts, Trefnant, a Mr. E. Mills, ta Dinbych, dros y Cyfarfod Misol i archwilio cyfrif arianol yr achos Seisnig yn Rhyl. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, December 1606, 01 December 1606-31 December 1606

    time later. [See Dalton The Manuscripts of St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle . p. 505. ] Probably David Lloyd of Trefnant, co. Montgomery, whose will was proved in 1580. [See Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills , Vol. III, p. 196.

    Index, H, I

    by, 275 Hynelly , Thomas, Keeper of the Gatehouse prison 206 I Ievan , David Lloyd ap John ap, of Trefnant, co. Montgomery ( d 1580) mentioned, 103 and n Industry agreement for erection of furnaces for industrial uses, 196

    Report on the Charities of the Drapers' Company, Appendix

    Abergele . Edward Humphrey Griffith, Esq., Plasnewydd, Rhyl . Lieut.-Col. John Edward Madocks, Glanywern, Denbigh . The Rev. David Lewis, Trefnant, Rhyl . Llandaff School, for the Board, Clothing, and Education of 30 Female Orphans. Founded by Thomas Howell. Trustees.

    British History Online

    Sidney Godolphin of Broniarth Thomas Winde Arthur Weaver Arthur Weaver junior William Williams Mathew Morgan John Mathews Edmond Lloyd of Trefnant David Powell Vincent Peirce Richard Stedman Rowland Hunt Richard Miton John Wynn of Dolearthin Thomas Lloyd of Trowscord Esquires


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