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  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, May 1607, 1-15, 01 May 1607-15 May 1607

    la Hay to the Earl of Salisbury. [1607 ] , May 11. The oppressions suffered by Mr. William Vaughan of Tretower, as well by taking away of his son-in-law. young Walbies, and detaining him this two years from his father

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    , Council of, 336, 343. Treport , 191. Tresham , Fra., 170. "Tresirous" voyage , 163. Tresmere , Cornwall, 268. Tretower , Brecknockshire, 191. Trevere , 293. Trevor , Richard, 148. Tripoli , 227. Tuares see Tours. Tufton , John,

    Cecil Papers, Miscellaneous 1601, 01 January 1601-31 December 1601

    vouchsafe a sick man a favour, that cannot come to move him himself, beseeches him to let William Vaughan of Tretower, that is first in the return for Brecknockshire, have his furtherance to be sheriff. He (Pembroke) would be glad

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    de Flores de, 30. Vansenden (Vansendon) see Senden. Vaughan : family of, 76. Jo., 170. Mr., 68 (2). William, of Tretower, 191. Vaux , Lord, 275. Vaxa , 114. Veer see Vere. Velbye , Yorks, 167. Veldeutz , Count of,

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    Ireland, 61. Trent , Country of [Italy ] , 117. Tresham (Tressam), Francis, 290(2). Tressam , Frawnces. See Tresham, Francis. Tretower [co. Brecon, Wales ] , 127. Trevor , Sir John, 337. "Trial ," (ship), the wives of the mariners

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    VAUGHAN, Sir Roger (d.1571), of Porthaml, Talgarth, Brec.

    a junior branch of the Vaughans of Tretower, Breconshire; both, with many other branches, were descended from Roger Vaughan of Bredwardine, Herefordshire, who fell at Agincourt. His son Sir Roger, founder of the Tretower Vaughans, owed his pre-eminence in Breconshire

    VAUGHAN, Sir Roger (by 1522-71), of Porthaml, Talgarth, Brec.

    1554-d.; custos rot. Brec. by 1559. Biography The Vaughan family of Porthaml was a cadet branch of the Vaughans of Tretower, Breconshire, themselves an offshoot of the line established at Bredwardine, Herefordshire, by the Sir Roger Vaughan who was killed

    PARRY, Sir Thomas (1510-60), of Welford, Berks. and Oakley Park, Glos.

    Apr. 1560. Biography Sir Thomas Parry, properly Sir Thomas ap Harry Vaughan, of an illegitimate branch of the Vaughans of Tretower, Breconshire, was one of the two most influential commoners in the realm between Elizabeth’s accession and his death in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. H. B. Pruen, vicar of Moreton Valence, Gloucestershire; the Rev. Herbert Edward Thursby, curate of Aberdare, Glamorganshire, vicar of Tretower, Breconshire; the Rev. W. IL Draper, vicar of Alfreton, vicar of Holy Cross, Shrewsbury (patron, the Bishop of Lichfield). Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chanlain to the 3rdU lEast York Rifle Volunteer Corps. Rev. Hubert George Griffith, curate of Dixon, Monmouth; perpetual curate of Tretower, Brecon. Rev. Arthur John Groom, B.A.; rector of Ashwicken- vOitl;-Leziate, Norfolk. Rev. J. Hepher, vicar of St, John the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    erenmcst requirad,.-.Pirory Stroet Worke, Duld boy. crR18 Rfe 'AHMNor plait, Garderior,-Wanhted, Sltreatteer. Single, C° maiddle-caed. Gooed refeotneoa - Alfred Ohavoll, Tretower otetige, UrickhowelL. ~DGBASTON or M~oseley, pTforred- fualhed E Slttlo6 apd Iloo0t, in a'nrei1oralt ltieldoia "I modera, te meacee -Addre,51. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3 years, all that verr sabstantiall built and commodious VAM1LY RESIDENOE, knowun as VA 'Tratower House," close totheancient Cestle of Tretower, andin J the midst of the noit beautiful aconery in Weles. The house is well sheltered. is approschted by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Bishop of St. Asaph. Evans Rev. John Owen, B_&, late curate of St. John's Crmbach, Llechrhyd; perual curate of Tretower, Brecon. Patron, the Rev. AUgstu hbrOeofTzebinhun Bwlch Farmer Rev. James; Vicar of lIiderron. Note..Patron, the Lard ChM1lor. Field Rev. Subscribers-only content

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