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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Early Agriculture

    of pastoralists and their animals to upland summer grazing. 92 Such a pattern is suggested, for instance, by evidence from Trelystan , just across Shropshire 's western border near Welshpool, where the excavator of one of four barrow groups on

    Index K-Z

    ; Long Mountain ; Lydham ; Lymore ; Mainstone ; Montgomery ; Plas Dolguog; Powis Castle ; Stoke , Church; Trelystan ; Worthen ; Welshpool Moodie fam. , Moortown (in Ercall Magna), Moorwood , see Pontesbury Morcar , earl of

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, July 1669, 01 July 1669-31 July 1669

    arrear. Ibid , p. 252. [? ] Entry of demise by lease under the Exchequer Seal of divers messuages in Trelystan (" Trelyden ") et alibi , co. Montgomery, to Roger Newborough, being part of the estate of Thomas Jack,

    Index, T, U, V, 01 January 1669-30 November 1672

    248. -, Mr., a Commissioner of Appeals in Excise, 153. Trelegan (Trelugan manor, Cornwall), 823, 911. Trelowia (Cornwall), 613, 654. Trelystan (Montgomery), 257. Trent , surveyor of woods this side Trent. See Woods. Tresham (Tresum), Mr., 93; bills of exchange,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    30, at the Olicial Receiver s, Swansea; public examination, November 10, at the Swansea Court. NX&rANeEL BEBrs, of Lower H'ouse, Trelystan, Mcntgomery. shire, farmer. Public examiration, November 3, at the New. town Court. EDow.kP LAereorBNRE, 36, 37, and 48, Skinner Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    employ at Aremdel. besides bread, fuel, and clothing. THE Rev. John Judge has been licensed to the incum- bency of Trelystan. with the ehapelry of Leighton annexed, near Welshpeol; patron, Mr. J. Naylor. Tar HorSE OFr Loxns.-Tickets for viewing the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ected Weed 'Woodlands, Whropton, hfirfllin, Msunlin, Thorrbstry, Hecm, stOrO- lulkcelydld. Keelcewydld, Ackley, Lletygylifach, Lletycwnvor, If lthe Lletygiresyr, Worthenti ito-gotb. Leighton, Trelystan, Wolston titles,, Mynd, Wolstoiu Otoetd, Walston Mine, VWelslipoo l, Pool, Welsh tolls, Toish1., Gynigree, Guligrog, Gungrog Fawir, Tralltvingollen, Stre- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3 Kerby Bellars, per the Re v/^-Nohle ......... 5 3 0 Uppingta»",Salop,per the J. Geary... 2 15 6 Chapelry of Trelystan, Montgomery 7 7 0 Llangadfand, ditto 9 14 6 Garthbibio, ditto 0 9 8 Llandegly, Radnor, per Rev. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , offered for discovery of tha thieves. Destructive Fire.- About ten o'clock on Mon- day night, as Mr. Stanley, of Trelystan, near '■• and his family were retiring to bed, . >as il tracted by a vast volume o: light. Subscribers-only content

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