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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr Yagol Sabbothol. Yr -2il cyfisol, eynisliodd Cymdeithas Lenyddol Unaqb4pqenymoor ei chyfarfod cyhoeddus3 L]ywydd.- wyd gan y Parch. R. Jones, Tudhoe Colliery, acc ar- weqniwyd gan y Parch. J. Roberts, $tocktoa-on..Tees. wowyrydyryMgeiswtrbuddugol ar y g ahanol destynau, .Caf*wyd. cyfarfoad difyrus Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    boneddigesan a weinyddasant wrth y byrddaa oeddynt:-Mr. Lloyd, Wass Hughes, Binghester; Nias Hughes, r it-st.; Mrs. Hughes, Tndhoe; Miss Hughes, Tudhoe; Mirs, ughes, Mis slughes, S ennymoor. Yn cool en cyoorthwyo gan Mr Thomas Jones, a Mr. Edward Hugkes, Spenn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (yr hawn a fethodd a hod yn bresenol trwy anaf a dderbyn- iodd yn y gwaith), gan Mr. R. Jones, Tudhoe, yr hawn a gvflawnodd ei writb fel v bydd bob amnser yn gampnu. Arweiniwyd gan y Parch. B. Lloyd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    30 o ddynion a bechgyn yn ngwaelod y pwll, heb obaith, feallai, am en cael oll allan yn fyw. Saif Tudhoe oddeutu pum' milldir o Durham, ac yn nghanol y pyllau sydd yn hynod oherwydd y nwy ffrwydrol sydd yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Williams. Gwasanaethwyd ar yr achlysur gan y Pareln. L. Owen. a J. Lewis, Middiesbrough. Cafwyd gair gan Mr. R. Jones, Tudhoe, a therfynwyd trwy weddi gan Mr. W. Hughes. CYDNABYDDIAETH 0 GYDYMDEIMLAD. Dymuna Mr. J. Humphreys, Towyn, gydnabod y iliaw Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    The city of Durham Introduction (2 of 3)

    Durham to farm with all rents, services, etc. appurtenant thereto for the term of six years. A year later Thomas Tudhoe , and John Custson surrendered the farm of 'the vill' of Durham to Ralph de Eure the steward thereof

    Parishes St Oswalds's - Manors

    have been again the subject of enfeoffment, for before 1420 it had come into the hands of John Hoton of Tudhoe , being held by him of Richard (Nevill) Earl of Westmorland . 462 On John's death in this year

 

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