• Llangoedmor

    CARDIGAN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SHOW

    by  • August 4, 2013 • Cardigan, Ceredigion, Llangoedmor, Modern, Pembrokeshire, Period, Post-Medieval, St. Dogmaels • 2 Comments

    CARDIGAN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SHOW. (For the definitive history of the show from 1854-2004, see the book ‘Cardigan Agricultural Show‘ by Islwyn & Betty Griffiths, pub. E. L. Jones, Cardigan, 2004) 1854 – Cardigan Agricultural Society was formed, largely through the efforts of Mr. Richard David Jenkins, The Priory, Honorary Treasurer, and Mr. James Jenkins,...

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    CILBRONNAU

    by  • July 28, 2013 • Ceredigion, House, Llangoedmor, Modern, Period, Post-Medieval, Site Type • 7 Comments

    History: On 10th January 1582 Howell Gruffydd Lloid and Gruffith Lloid ap Reis David Llywelen, both of Tredroir (Troedyraur), Cardiganshire, were granted the messuage here by John Mortimer of Coedmore, Llechryd, for a bond of £100. On February 20th 1596 Dythgy Verch Meredith, spinster, was the owner of Cilbronnau and mortgaged it to Gruffith...

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    ROSEHILL

    by  • June 28, 2013 • Ceredigion, House, Llangoedmor, Modern, Period, Post-Medieval, Site Type • 2 Comments

    History: On 20th April 1789 John David of Rosehill was a burgess of Cardigan. On 19th December 1814 John & Elizsbeth Williams of Tyrllwyd surrendered their lease on the property, which was also referred to as “Rubryhill”. On 7th January 1815-43 Rev. David Jones lived here. The Coedmore (Llechryd) rent roll for 1819 shows...

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    PANTGWYN

    by  • June 27, 2013 • Ceredigion, House, Llangoedmor, Modern, Period, Post-Medieval, Site Type • 1 Comment

    History: The name means ‘White Hollow’. On 7th August 1771 until at least 1774 David Griffiths, late of Noyadd Trefawr, lived here. On 19th May 1782 David Griffiths the younger and William Griffiths of Pantgwyn were both burgesses of Cardigan. In 1785 Willam Griffith of Pantgwyn married Ann Richard. On 13th July 1787 David...

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