2 edition of cartulary and muniments of the Fort family of Llanstephan. found in the catalog.
cartulary and muniments of the Fort family of Llanstephan.
Ralph Alan Griffiths
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Llansteffan Castle, built by the Normans in the 12th century and granted to the Marmion family, stands above the village on a promontory commanding the estuary passage. Located between the ferry crossing-points of the Tywi and Tâf rivers, Llansteffan was an important staging post on the Normans' coastal route from Glamorgan via Kidwelly to Pembroke.
OS grid reference: SN Llansteffan (until the s spelt Llanstephan) was named after the 6 th century founder of the church, Ystyffan ap Mawn ap Cyngen ap Cadell Ddyrnllug.
However, people had lived in the area long before then, leaving traces of occupation from the Stone Age onwards in the way of burial chambers, standing stones, hill forts and hut circles.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations, maps ; 25 cm: Contents: 1. Medieval Severnside: The Welsh Connection The Norman Conquest and the Twelve Knights of Glamorgan The Rise of the Stradlings of St Donat's Gentlemen and Rebels in Later Medieval Cardiganshire The Revolt of Rhys ap Maredudd, Llansteffan (Llanstephan) Llansteffan from across the Estuary.
Llansteffan is situated on the Western side of the Towy estuary across from Ferryside. It has a long sandy beach and at low tide stretches round to Scott's Bay and Wharley Point where the estuaries of the Towy and Taf meet.
Free parking is available next to the beach. A BRIEF HISTORY OF LLANSTEFFAN HALL The Hall is one of three ’s buildings in the village. The imposing height, clean cartulary and muniments of the Fort family of Llanstephan.
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History and Genealogy of Hugh and Mary Owens Roberts of Author: Edited and Arranged by Officers of The Hugh Roberts Family Organization Compiled. 25 R.A. Griffiths, The Cartulary and Muniments of the Fort Family of Llanstephan, in: Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies, 24, part 3,p.reprinted.
Llansteffan Castle occupies a steeply side promontory overlooking the mouth of the River Towy as it flows out into Carmarthen Bay. The castle was built in the early twelfth century, initially in the form of an earth and timber ringwork.
Throughout the medieval period cartulary and muniments of the Fort family of Llanstephan. book regularly changed hands as the Anglo-Normans and Welsh vied for control which prompted regular upgrades to the structure. It is clear that Jo hn Picton married Margaret, daughter of Thomas Fort [Golden Grove MS, p.
]; Ralph A. Griffiths, The Cartulary and Muniments cartulary and muniments of the Fort family of Llanstephan. book the Fort Family of Llanstephan, Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies,Vol pp. Thomas Fort was of Robeston West and. Is this your ancestor.
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My mother in law (Alma - now 88) lived in Van Terrace, Caerphilly. Cartulary and muniments of the Fort family of Llanstephan. book family name was Palmer, mother (Ellen) father (Bill - worked and died on railway), children Ethel (+ husband), Audrey, Iris, Meg and Alma all lived at number Would like to hear from anybody who lived or knew other families in Van Terrace.
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Using Ancestry, I keep getting pieceb folio 4, page 2 but that's the wrong family – ACProctor Oct 18 '12 at @Acproctor Piece: Book: 20 Folio:8 Page Number: 9. Incidentally, the head of the household at Lllysydevaid at the top right of the adjacent page is also John James, son of John James at Trecwn Mill.
– user About this Item: Carmarthenshire Antiquarian Society, Carmarthen, Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine.
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Bef 29 Sep Llanstephan, Carmarthenshire, Wales: Geneagraphie - Families all over the world.The Fort family are detailed in a download pdf cartulary compiled in the fifteenth century edited by Ralph Griffiths, ‘The Cartulary and Muniments of the Fort Family of Llanstephan’ B.B.C.S (), pp.
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