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Transactions of the Caradoc and Severn Valley Field Club.

Transactions of the Caradoc and Severn Valley Field Club.

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Published by The Club in Shrewsbury .
Written in English


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ContributionsCaradoc and Severn Valley Field Club.
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For the following, see Survey, He had dinner and tea with us, and could speak good English. For example:. A Club Librarian is the only person authorised to open the Library and one must remain in attendance whilst the library is in use. Thereafter the Mansion had no tenants of consequence and, though still said to be in good condition inbegan a slow process of decay. Both articles provide the detailed religious background not given here.

Nor have similar warehouses — of such prodigious size — been noted elsewhere in Shrewsbury, whether in the pictorial or documentary record, although several drapers in the early 17th century were at least if not more prominent in the Welsh cloth trade as Rowley. Michael Siddons writes that the family name of the Beamonds of Clun is certainly derived from 'ab Iemwnd', Edmund being often pronounced Iemwnd by the Welsh. John Shaw —brother of Henry Shaw and also a taxidermist. Peter C.

Of the five trenches, four showed intact post-medieval archaeological features, while the fifth showed post-medieval deposits. Thomas Campbell Eyton — was the first to attempt a list of the birds of the county, in and In Lightbody still had links with the Liverpool area when he was bound as a clerk to George Ashby Pritt, Liverpool attorney. This once included a stair, datedwhich was removed and sent to America about 30 years before the restoration of Restoration by Telford c, including the erection of Laura's Tower.


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Transactions of the Caradoc and Severn Valley Field Club. Download PDF Ebook

Hugh ap Edmond did not have Bowdler ancestry. MSS 30, fo. In the southern extent of the bailey, the radar identified a complex subsurface with no obvious discrete features that could be interpreted as a coherent structure. See paper for report of it [Paper not found — ed.

I was introduced to Mr. In the NW tower, a circular room with plaster panelled walls articulated by pilasters with swags, and a dado cornice. Some of the leading geologists of his day corresponded with Lightbody, and credited him with the discovery of specimens upon which they built their theories.

They are valuable records in that they bear individual signatures including those of the Transactions of the Caradoc and Severn Valley Field Club. book family, particularly of Hugh and Richard, thus conveying the name directly, free from corruption by a clerk.

The work of Guppy 49 suggests the spread of the family name under the variants Bemand, Beamond and Beamand, from origins on the Welsh border into neighbouring English counties. Caradoc and Severn Valley Field Club, vi. Bartrum observes, this is clearly incorrect.

His grandfather Thomas had been a brewer, and was practising that trade in Knockyn Street by the s. Trusses to east and west are slightly different, and may be later reconstructions. He was responsible for writing most of the early annual Record of Bare Facts of the Caradoc.

Illustrated Owen and Blakeway These show that a surname was first used by Hugh before In it he is addressed as 'ap Edmond', his brother Mathew as Bedmond, his widow as Mary Bemond 29as also is their son Hugh, and their son Nathaniell is given the surnames Bedmond and Beamond.

He suspects that the Beamond coat was added to the other quarterings of the coat with no other justification than the similarity of the names. By successive linking of names, the descent is given generation after generation.

PLAN: inner bailey wall, gateway and main hall survive.The village has an entrance to the Batch Valley, which leads on to the Long Mynd and adjoins the head of Carding Mill Valley. A YHA bunkhouse, which provides accommodation for up to 12 people, is located in the Batch Valley.

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