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marcher lordships of South Wales, 1415-1536

Thomas Brynmor Pugh

marcher lordships of South Wales, 1415-1536

select documents.

by Thomas Brynmor Pugh

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Published by University of Wales Press in Cardiff .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Welsh Borders (England and Wales)
    • Subjects:
    • Welsh Borders (England and Wales) -- History -- Sources.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEdited with introd. by T. B. Pugh.
      SeriesBoard of Celtic Studies, University of Wales, History and law series,, no. 20
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA740.B7 P8
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 326 p.
      Number of Pages326
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5975565M
      LC Control Number66001209
      OCLC/WorldCa2901735

      Richard Woodville (or Wydeville), 1st Earl Rivers KG ( – 12 August ) was an English nobleman, best remembered as the father of Queen consort Elizabeth Woodville and the maternal grandfather of Edward V and the maternal great-grandfather of Henry VIII.. Early life. Born at Maidstone in Kent, Richard Woodville was the son of Richard Wydeville (Woodville), . The Marcher Lordships of South Wales, –, Cardiff: University of Wales Press, T. B. Pugh, ed. The Coronation of Elizabeth Wydeville, Gloucester: Gloucester Reprints, (originally published ) by George Smith. WydevilleFather: Richard Woodville, 1st Earl Rivers.

      The marcher lordships of South Wales, select documents, Thomas Brynmor Pugh, , History, pagesInvestigation of the influence of duct-mounted Helmholtz., Volume , David Brown, Bell Aerospace Company, Langley Research Center, ,, 57 pages. This report. The Marcher Lordships of South Wales, – Select Documents, ed. T. B. Pugh (Cardiff, ); Davies, Lordship and Society; K. J. Stringer, Earl David of Huntingdon. – A Study in Anglo-Scottish History (Edinburgh, ); Essays on the Nobility of Medieval.

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[Thomas Brynmor Pugh]. The marcher lordships of South Wales, select documents / edited by T.B. Pugh. select documents /. The Marcher Lordships of South Wales Cardiff: University of Wales Press. ISBN Smith, George, ed. () []. The coronation of Elizabeth Wydeville, Queen Consort of Edward IV, on May 26th, a contemporary account set forth from a XV century manuscript.

Cliftonville (57 Clarence Ave., Cliftonville, Kent Born: c.Grafton Regis.The Marcher Lordships of South Wales,pp. 1 – 33 It is doubtful if a complete exception can be made even for the Percies, powerful as they undoubtedly were in the north. After all the royal revenues which they received as wardens of the East and Middle Marches were an immensely valuable addition to their revenues (Storey, R.

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Marcher Lordships of South Wales, Select Documents (History & Law) by T. Pugh | 1 Dec Hardcover Glamorgan County History. Volume 3. The Middle Ages. The Marcher Lordships of Glamorgan and Morgannwg and Gower and Kilvey from the Norman Conquest to Tha Act of Union of England and Wales.

Book Depository Books With Free. Richard Woodville (or Wydeville), 1st Earl Rivers KG ( – 12 August ) was an English nobleman, best remembered as the father of Queen consort Elizabeth Woodville and the maternal grandfather of Edward V and the maternal great-grandfather of Henry : Richard Wydeville.

The marcher lordships of south Wales, – select documents () T. Jones, History of Brecknockshire, new edn, 4 vols. () Chancery records The poetical works of Lewis Glyn Cothi, ed.

Jones and W. Davies], 2 vols. () A. Herbert, ‘Herefordshire, – some aspects of society and public order’, Patronage Parents: Roger Vaughan, Anne Vaughan. The Marcher Lordships of South Wales: MontColl: The Montgomeryshire Collections; the Transactions of the Powysland club: NLWJ: The National Library of Wales Journal: NLWPlymouth C: MS Deeds in the Plymouth Collection at the NLW: OIG: Orgraff yr Iaith Gymraeg: OG: J.E.

Lloyd, Owen Glyndower: Paroch: Edward. Bibliography - The Woodvilles: The Marcher Lordships of South Wales, – Select Documents, T.B.

Pugh, ed. (Cardiff, ). Three Catalogues, describing the Contents of the Red Book of the Exchequer, of the Dodsworth Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library. Vol. 17, No. 1, Published by: Wiley on behalf of the Economic History Society.

Each issue also contains a substantial number of book reviews. The Marcher Lordships of South Wales, Select Documents by T. Pugh. The Marcher Lordships of. Forests and chases in Wales and the Welsh Marches: an exploration of their origins and characteristics.

a disgrace to the Statute-book’. 13 The Marcher Lordships of South Wales – Select Documents, Cardiff,Cited by: 2. Pugh, The Marcher Lordships of South Wales, – (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, ), pp.

36–43 Google Scholar J. Rosenthal, ‘The Estates and Finances of Richard, Duke of York (–60)’, Studies in Medieval and Renaissance History, 2(), pp.

–46 Google ScholarAuthor: A. Pollard. Pugh (ed.), The Marcher Lordships of South Wales, – (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, ); Google Scholar T. Pugh (with W. Robinson), ‘Sessions in Eyre in a Marcher Lordship: a Dispute between the Earl of Worcester and His Tenants of Gower and Kilvey in ’, South Wales and Monmouthshire Record Society Author: J.

Gwynfor Jones. The marcher lordships of South Wales, select documents / edited by T.B. Pugh. by Pugh, T. Published   Note that Princess Mary's Council, which was associated with the Marches of Wales, included a John Russell as its secretary, but this was a different man; see Pugh, Thomas, The Marcher Lordships of South Wales[Board of Celtic Studies, History and Law Series, No.

XX] (Cardiff, ), by: 2. WALES IN BRITISH POLITICS, – by Kenneth O. Morgan WALES IN BRITISH POLITICS, – by Kenneth O. Morgan (pp. ) Review by: H. HANHAM. The Marcher Lordships of South Wales - select documents. Pugh (ed.) LIBRARY/9 The monastic order in South Wales - Cowley LIBRARY/9 The Monmouth rising Ivan LIBRARY/10 The New Regard of the Forest of Dean: the Journal of the Forest of Dean Local History Society.

Issues: 2 (), 4 (), 5() Forest of Dean File Size: KB. (23) The Marcher Lordships of South Wales Select Documents, ed. T. B.

Pugh (Cardiff, ), ; Davies, Lordship, ; Carr, COPYRIGHT Oxford University Press No portion of this article can be reproduced without the express written permission from the copyright holder.Compare Thomas Walter, bailiff of Brecon, who was ‘elected and chosen’ to represent the townsfolk of Brecon in a petition to the king in T.B.

Pugh (ed.), The Marcher Lordships of South Wales, Select Documents, Cardiff,p. THE TWILIGHT OF WELSH LAW, – THE TWILIGHT OF WELSH LAW, – DAVIES, R.

R. Footnotes 1 For Pecham's views on Welsh law see Registrum Epistolarum fratris Johannis Peckham, ed. C. T. Martin, i, 77–8, ; ii, –6. D. L. Douie, Archbishop Pecham, ch. vi, provides a detailed narrative of Pecham's policy towards .