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de Clare
-1211



(1) Gilbert = Isabel de Marechal=Rich. E. of Cornwall (2)
-1230 I -1240

llicbard = Mand de Lacy
1222-1262 I



(1> Gilbert = Joan d'Acre= Ralph Monthermer (2)
1243-1296 j -1307

6ilbert=Maud de Burgh (1) Hugh le= Eleanor = Will, de la Zonch (2) Margarot=HiiKh de

1291-1314 -1315 Despencer -1337 I -1335 ' Audley

= = -1326 -1347



(1) H;ip>i=:;Eliz. MontacQte=G«y de Brien
1322-1349 -1359 | -1391

-1368



Ed ward = Ann Ferrars
-1342 I

Edward =Eliz. de Bnrgbersh
1341-1375 I -1409



Thomas = Constance de Langiey
1370-1399 I -1417



Richard = Eliz. Neville
1396-1414



(1) Rich. Beauchamp = Isabel =. Rich. Benuchamp (2)
E. of Worcester I 1409-1439 I E. of Warwick

-14a I i ,

Edw. Naville=Eliznheth nenrj-=Cicely Ncvillo

-1476 I HIS- D. of Warwick I -1501
George' 1425-1446 |

A Anne

' 1443-1449



Anne=Rich. Neville (the King-Makcy)
I -1471



Isabel s= George, D. of Clarence

ur>i-me r -1477



(1) Edward, = Anne=Kchard,
r. of Wales -5485 | aft. K.
14.W-1471 Edward,



Edward
l47.->-1499



Richard
1476-1477



Margaret= Rich, de la Role
1473-1541 I



P. of Walea
-1484



Henry
-1038



Reginald
-1558



Ursulas Henry "Stafford
, extinct in 1640



ri-om whom tlio Eiirli of Abcrgavonncy and the Enrons Le Despencer are descended.



II

ADDITIONAL NOTES

Page 22. — Badlesmere and Brymmesfeld both appear to have
been "custodes" in some manner in the year a.d. 1314, perhaps
each for part of the year.

Page 38. — The year of the invasion of Glamorgan was about
A.D. 1090.

Page 39. — Crymlyn. I suggest Crynlyn as possibly the
original name ; crynu, to shake or to quake, the movement
of a bog when walked on.

Page 43. — Astreville ; this name no longer exists, and I have
not been able to find the modern name of the town or place.
Corbeil; a town on the River Seine, twenty-five miles south-
south-east of Paris. Torigny ; a town in the Department of La
Manche in Normandy, thirty miles west-south-west of Caen.
Granville ; a seaport town on the west coast of La Manche in
Normandy.

Page 45. — Tinchebrai ; a town in the north-west of the De-
partment of Orne in Normandy, fifty-four miles south-west of
Caen. Mr. Clark says Fitzhamon was wounded at the siege of
Caen and died of the wound.

Page 61.—" Calefurciis " ; Mr. C. T. Martin, in the " Record
Interpreter," gives Calafurcium, gallows. Ducange, in his "Glos-
sarium," gives Calofurcium.

Page 62. — "At the command of Lewehn"; this was Llewelyn
the Great, Llewelyn ap lorwerth, Prince of Wales. He reigned
from 1 194 to 1240.

Page 69. — Llandaff ; the Anglicised form of the Welsh
Llan Dav.

Page 84. — According to the Annales de Theokesberia Gilbert
de Sullie, Vicar of Kenfig, died on August 7, a.d. 1242, and on
September 4th Walter Alured was presented to the vicarage.

Page 143. — Hafodheulog ; the sunny summer abode.

Page 148. — Another instance of the destruction of a port on
this coast by the encroachment of the sea is mentioned by Mr.



336 APPENDICES

C. F. Cliffe in his "Book on South Wales." "The work of
destruction," he writes, " is constantly going on. At the mouth
of the Colhugh, a small stream which runs from Llantwit (Major),
are vestiges of an ancient port, chiefly consisting of some piles
of oak on the beach, called the ' Black-men,' an outwork of a
pier. A considerable trade with Somersetshire was carried on,
and vessels came here for protection in the reign of Henry VIII."
With regard to Kenfig as a seaport, my friend, Mr.W. S. Powell,
of Waungron, Whitland, formerly of Eglwysnunyd, tells me he
was often told by old people that small ships used to use the
m§uth of Kenfig river, and he recollects seeing mooring-posts
at the entrance a short distance from the shore. This is very
interesting, and shows that up to comparatively recent times
Kentig river entrance, even after the besanding, was used as a
harbour.

Page 209. — La Hamme ; a plot of pasture ground, in some
cases especially meadow-land, in others especially an enclosed
plot, a close. Found in Old English and still in local use in
the south, in some places surviving only as the name of a par-
ticular piece of ground (Murray).

Plan of site of Kenfig town, &c., is 4*20 inches to a mile.

Page 259. — A few days ago Mr. J. V. Morgan, Clerk of the
Works at Margam, informed me that an ancient font had been
unearthed at Sturmi Farm. As the farm is barely seven hundred
yards away from the ruins of the church, I have no doubt this
is the font, or part of it, which belonged to the little church.
It is of Sutton stone, and of somewhat rude workmanship. The
width is two feet nine and a half inches ; the sides are parallel
for six inches, and then are splayed inwards, reducing the
diameter to two feet two inches ; under the splay are two neck-
rolls, the upper one two inches in depth and the lower one three
inches ; the hollow is only six and a half inches in depth. This
upper part originally stood on a pedestal, as an annular space
ten inches in diameter and two and a half inches deep is pro-
vided for the shaft, and for further security a large dowel hole
is continued for two or three inches. It is probable, if the ruins
were cleared out, the base would be discovered, and thus an
interesting relic of the church which Geoffrey Sturmi built " in
his vill in the wilderness, on his land whereon no one had ever
hitherto ploughed."



GENERAL INDEX



Abbot of Margam draws up
detailed list of Abbey pos-
sessions, and complains of
losses by sand-storms, 19

Ablington, 195

Act of Henry VIII. and of
A.D. 1554, damage by sand-
storms, 148

Afan and Neath rivers, 292

Afan river, 40, 292, 310

Agneta Verz Thomas, 265

Alexander, William, 89

Alice, daughter and heiress of
Thomas Montacute,
286
„ daughter of Alexander,

228
„ daughter of Richard de

Clare, 316, 317
„ relict of Geoffrey, 228
,, the famula^ or servant

of the church, 88
„ the inclusa^ 87

Alicia Terri, widow of Richard
de Ewyas, 229

Altar, ancient mensa of, Pyle
Church, 97

Altar-slab from St. James's
Church, Kenfig, 92

Altar-slabs, 91



Alweiscnappe, 132, 285
Amabilia, the miller's daughter,

225, 226, 227
Ammophila arundinacea, plant-
ing of, 32
Angarat, wife of Walter Luval,

jun., 219

" Annales de Margan " : death

of Earl Robert, 50

,, de Theokesberia,"

218

Anne, daughter and heiress of

Richard Beauchamp, 286
Annoeth, Oeth and Annoeth,

305, 306
Anselm, Walter, son of, 77
Aragon, Catherine of, 51
Arbitration between Margam

and Neath Abbeys, 81
Assize of Bread and Beer,
112
„ Novel-dissein, 183
Astreville, 43, 334
Athelwa, wife of Walter Luvel,

75
Augmentations, Court of, 94
Avan. The bounds of Avan,

270
Avene, Sir Leisan de, defends

Kenfig Castle, a.d. 1315, 64
22 337



338



GENERAL INDEX



Badlesmere, Bartholomew
DE, ministers' accounts, 22,

64, 335
Baiden, 189

Baien, which is in sabluuo^ 286
Baithan, 132
Ballas, Old, 185 ; Ballas, 217,

285
Banty, John ("The Manor"),

239

Baring-Gould, " Book on Brit-
tany," 193

Beauchamp, de, 333

„ Richard Earl of

Worcester, 116

Benedictines, 52

Berkelay, Mauricius de, 59

Bernard, Abbot of Clairvaux,
writes to Henry I., 47, 48

Betynges, 217

Beuno, Saint, 71

Bil, Wronu, 285

Birch, Dr. W. de Gray, 17, 135,
235, 253, 258, 262, 327

Blackmore, R. D., " The Maid
of Sker," 233, 234

Blaklaak, 178

Bodvoc, Sepulchral stone, 16,

17, 307
Bowen, Mr. Ivor, 33, 123
Brakelond, Jocelin of, monk of

St. Edmundsbury, 139, 190
Brecknock, 37, 42
Brenneville, Battle of, 46
Bristol, Bailiff of, had orders to

seize wool bought by Ghent

merchants from Margam,

264
" Britanniae, Historia Regum,"

47



Briton Ferry, 39

Britons, 194

Brittany, 194

Brombil's Cross, 189 ; Brom-

bil, 255 ; Gweyn y Brombyll,

265
Brother John indicted for

robbing David de Gower,

223
Brother Meuric of St. Michael's

Grange, 223
Browneswolde, Thomas de,

182
Brymmesfeld, John Giffard de,

ministers' accounts, 21, 22,

60, 65, 149, 335
Bryn-y-Beddau, near Hirwaun,

38
" Brut y Tywysogion," 41

Buellt, 42

Bull of Alexander IV., 215
,, Pope Innocent III. con-
firms gifts to Mar-
gam, 142
,, Pope Urban III. con-
firms Hugh de
Hereford's gift to
Margam, 140
,, Pope Urban VI., 20
Bulluschesbruhe, 132, 285
Burgage, meaning of, 55
Burgages in Kenfig, 149
Burrows of Pennard and Pen-

maen formed, 20
Byrchynsha, Master Maurice,

95
Byton Castle, taking of, 46

Cadivor, son of Colwyn, lord
of Dyvet, 38



GENERAL INDEX



339



" Calefurciis " gallows, 6i
Capel Papistiaid, 83
Cantusus pater Paulinus, 310
Caradoc, Morgan ap, 35, 37, 40,
197, 277
„ son of Bran, 303
Cardiff and Kenfig burned, a.d.
1185, 61
„ Cowbridge, Kenfig,
Neath, Avan, and
Llantrisant made
boroughs, 41
„ population in a.d. 1801,

150
„ Richard de, 132, 235,
236
Carnac, church of, in Brittany,

70
Carreg Bica, 307
" Castel Kribor," Castle Kibur,
or Castell Kribor, 187, 200,
254, 272
Castle-bailey, 58
Catotigirn, 17

Catpitt, Catput, Catteshole
132, 134, 252, 271,

273
„ Pwll-y-gath, 30, 128,
132, 203, 247, 271,
273, 274, 285
Catteryn, War-kings, 40
Catwg, Cawan, and Cyfelach,
three of the Bishops of Mar-
gam alias Kenfig, 320
Cefn Cribwr, or Keven Kribwr,
35, 57, 254, 255, 269, 270,
276, 277, 281, 300
Cemetery, 67, 154 ; old ceme-
tery at Corneh, 73
Cen and Pen same meaning, 34



Cen-y-ffig, the head of the

swamp, 34
Cewydd, Saint, remains of

Church of, 74
Charter of Isabel Countess of
Worcester, 117
„ Richard Earl of

Worcester, 116
,, Thomas le Des-

penser, transla-
tion of, 108
Charters of WilHam, second
Earl of Gloucester, to the
monks, 55
Chencer, 175
Chenewinus, 255
Chynffig, 41 ; Chenefeg, 69 ;

Cynffig, 294
Citeaux, Abbot and General

Chapter of, 81
Cistercians, 49, 50, 200, 232,

263

Clairvaux, 50

,, monks of, 49, 284

Clare, de, 22^ 26, 27, 64, 98,
218, 224, 265, 273, 275, 278,
279, 280, 316, 317, 329, 330,

331, 334
Clark, Mr., 37, 41, 132, 151,

235, 239
Cliffe, Mr. C. P., "Book of

South Wales," 83
Clynnog, 71
Conan, Abbot of Margam, 130,

131

Consistory Court at Margam,

94
Constable of Kenfig to be

coroner, 128
Conversi, 200



340



GENERAL INDEX



Conynger, " Conies Pasture,"

32
Corbeil, 43, 335
" Corf," meaning of, in
Cornell, 89, 186, 216, 218, 226,
285
„ chapel of, 73 ; Thomas

de, 87
„ North, 71, 204, 230,
242, 285 ; South, 75,
76, 80, 81, 82, 218,
230, 242, 285
„ Philip de, 217
„ Saint, 71 ; chapel of,

78
Comely, William de, son of

Roger de Cornely,

217
„ Duna de, 217, 218,

273, 291
Corrody for servants, 59
Court of Pie Poudre, 127
Coytiff, Rector of, 182
Cradock, Sir Mathew, 266, 295
Crannoc, 210
Credic Correwen, 225
Crymlyn Burrows, 39, 40 ;

Cremlyn, 41, 335
Cucking-stool, 175
Cumin, carravvay seed, 130
Cwm Maelwg, 302, 318
Cwrt-y-defaid, 318
Cynan, Pwll, 113
Cynan, son of Prince Rhys,
39

Dafydd Edward o Ddinas

Margam, 321
Dame Alice Grove, 216
Dane's Vale, 132, 185



Despenser, Edward le, 55, 98,

99, 108, 123, 332

„ Hugh le, 24, 66, 98,

331
„ Richard le, 332, 333

„ Thomas, lord le, 56,

98, 99, 105, 108,
128, 146
Deheubarth, 40
Deumay, culture of, 30, 203,

205, 229
Dewiscumbe, 132
Diurec, son of John, son of
Joaf , assigns land to Margam
Abbey, 226
Dol, maenhir at, 194
Donovan, on tomb-slab, a.d.

1804, 84
Du, Caradoc, 132-134. See
Pedigree between pages

142, 143
,, Family, 142, 144

pedigree, 143
,, John, 133. Sec Pedigree
between pages 142-143
„ Wrgan, 217
Dysgwylfa, 308
Dyved, 38
Dyvet, lord of, 38

Earl Robert gives " Ponte "
and Sker to Neath, and Mar-
gam to the monks of Margam,

49

Eclipse in a.d. 1185, 61

Edward III., Kenfig Ordi-
nances, fourth year of, 156

Einon, son of Cadivor, 38, 39

Einon-y-bradwr, 40

Elena le Yonge, 216



GENERAL INDEX



341



Ellesfeld, Gilbert de, Sheriff of

Glamorgan, 223
Ernald, Constable of Kenfig,

56
Espus, son of Caradoc Du, 132
Esstreet in Kenfig, 151
Essyllvvg, the ancient Mor-

ganwg, 40
Esturmi, Geoffrey, 69
EternaUs Vedomavus, 17
Ewenny, 131
Ewyas, Richard de, burgess of

Kenfig, 229

Ff in Welsh, 34
Ffig, Cen-y-, 34
Ffigen, Cefn-y-, 34
Ffildir-aur, y-, 39
Ffynnon Gattuke, 191

„ Tywod, 66, 181
Ffynnon-y-Maen, 254, 255
Ffynnon-y-Mer, 251
Ffynnon-Pedr, 253
Fitzhamon, Sir Robert, 34, 36,
37, 38, 42, 43, 44, 45, 7o, 328,

329, 333
Fons Petrae, 254*
Ford of Tav, 255
Fortingdon, Dom Robert of.

Abbot of Tewkesbury, 85
Franc almoign, 75
Francis, "Neath anditsAbbey,"

236, 311, 312

Frankelein, William, agreement
with Margam Abbey, and
grant of land later, 207, 208

Fratres conversi, or lay-breth-
ren, 52

Free Sergeant, 155
„ Warren in the Berwes, 24



Gallt-y-Cwm, 143

Gam, Morgan, lord of Afan,

35, 63
Gamage, Mr., 276
Garw, Cae, 241, 252
Gasquet, Dom Francis Aidan,

48, 51, 213
Gebon ys londe, 266
Gersumma, 87, 213
Gilbert, Abbot of Margam, a.d.
1203-1213, 197
„ the priest of New
Castle, 258
Gillemichel, Cadvant, Griffith
and Cadrauc,
sounis of, 272,
274
,, William, grant by

Walaueth, son
of, 229
Giraldus Cambrensis, 131, 198
Gistelard, son of John, son of
Bellas, grants land to Mar-
gam Abbey, 134
Glamorgan, 29, 37, 41

,, and Morganwyg,

lords of, 177
„ County Court, 183,

—J, — .-J.

„ Gilbert de Elles-

feld, Sheriff of,
223
Gloucester, county of, 268

,, Earls of, 41, 265,

330
,, Gilbert Earl of,

finds minerals in

Wales, 218
„ Robert, son of

Henry I., made



542



GENERAL INDEX



Earl of, 46, 47,
48, 70, 284, 291,

329
Gloucester, St. Peter's, the Ab-
bot of, 258, 259
„ William Earl of,

42, 54, 70, 129,
131,136,235,256,
258, 260, 261, 262,

329
Glyndwr, Owen, 65
Glynne, Sir Stephen, 90, 96
Goch, Rhyd Yorath, 272, 275
Godwineth, 256
Goronwy,sonof Prince Rhys, 39
Gower, David de, 223

„ West, Rev. J. D.
Davies, 33
Goylake, 30, 198, 199, 200, 201,
202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 207,
208, 209, 211, 213, 239.
Grameshill, 239
Gramus, Agnes, 210
„ AHce, 205
„ Gillebert, 155, 197,

198, 200
,, Hugh, 201, 208
,, Maurice, 199,201, 208,
211, 227
Roger, 31, 198, 199,
200, 208, 209, 210
„ Thomas, lived in The
Hall, Corneh, 187,
197, 199, 201, 202,
203, 204, 205, 206,
207, 208, 209, 214
" Granges of Margam Abbey,"

222
Grangetown, formerly a grange
of Margam Abbey, 263



Gregory, son of Robert, 129,

130
Griffin Began, 262
Griffith, John ap, 223
„ Rees ap, 223
Rev. John, 253
Groes Siencyn, 189
Groes-y-Dadl, 32, 176, 301, 322
Groes-y-Gryn, 189, 241, 252,

308, 315
Gruffyd, son of Meredydd, 38
Gruffydd, Groes, 317

,, Lord Rhys ap, 316,

317
Gryffyth ap Gwelym, Jeuan ap,

266
Gugan Bodevven, 225
Guildhall, 153
Gunnilda,wifeof Roger Sturmi,

grants her dower-land, 254,

255, 257
Gutter-y- Furlong, 241, 251
Gwrgan, lestyn ap. Prince of

Glamorgan, 36, 37
Gwter Du, 181
Gwter-y-Cwn, 251
Gwyl Mabsant, 124
Gyllyng, 184

Hafod Farm, 221
Hafren, the Severn Sea, 41, 186
Hagarath, Zewan ap, 217
Hagur, Hoel ap Gruff, 182
Hall, The, 187, 208
Halhday, Mr. G. E., 289, 290
Hamelduna, Jurdan de, 84
Hamme, La, 209, 336
Hawisia, Countess of Glouces-
ter, 129, 260, 286
Hayward, 114



GENERAL INDEX



343



Helias, son of Philip Alexander,

227
Hennius, 319

Henry I, negotiates a marriage
for his son, 46, 47
„ II. and "Taking the

Cross," 138
M V, 88
„ VI, 263

„ VIII. and his quarrel
with the Pope, 51 ;
Act of, 148, 236, 238,

275
Hebl-las, 58, 71
Heol-y-Splot, 77
Heol-y-Troedwyr, 190
Herbert, Philip, Earl of Pem-
broke, 275
„ Sir William, 287
Hereford, Hugh de, 137, 138,
140, 273
„ Jordan de, 56

„ Roger Mortimer,

Earl of, 66
Hermitage of Theodoric, 221
Heuedaker, or Hafod-decaf,

204
High Street, 153
Hilary, St., the Bishop, 61
Hirwaun, 263

Hokeday, or Okeday, 149, 201
Hospital or Maladeria, 154
Hospitallers, Knights, 227
Houses, half-timbered, 78
Howel, Lewis ap Thomas ap,
321
„ Rev. Thomas, 57
Hughes, Mr. Isaac Craigfryn,

230
Humber, 319



Humfrevil, Sir Henry, 279
Hywel, lord of Glamorgan, 36

Iago, one of the bishops of

Margam, alias Kenfig, 320
Iberian race, 194
lestyn, lord of Glamorgan,

38, 40
Ilci stone, 315, 316
Ilquici stone, 315, 316
Inspeximus by Ed. le Despen-
ser and by Hugh
le Despenser, 55
„ Royal, 94

lolo MSS., 295

Isabel, Countess, 143, 272, 275
Isca Silurum, 18
Istormy for Stormy, 265
Isud, Isota, Ysota, or Iseude,

202, 203, 205
Ivor Vaghan, quit-claim to

Margam, 141

J., Abbot of Fountains, arbitra-
tor, 81

James, St., Church of, 35, 67,
70, 83, 86, 93, 95, 96

Jerusalem, House of St. John
of, 200

Jestyn, 39

Jeuan ap Gryffyth ap Gwelym,
266

Joan, daughter of Philip, son

of David, 211

„ Queen of England, 66

John, Abbot of Margam, 184
„ Earl of Mortagne, 141,

329
„ King, confirms Peiteuin
to Margam, 136, 143



344



GENERAL INDEX



John, Mr. Evan, Ty'n-y-Seler,

195
„ son of Hosebert, grant to

Alice the inclusa, 87
Jonys, Richard, 95
Jouaf Trwyngam, 273

Kenfig Castle, 35, 37, 4i» 44,
57, 60, 296
„ Charters, 41
„ Church, 86
„ Farm, 83
„ King's Majesty, pat-
ron of, 35
„ Pool, 178, 182
„ Port, 146, 147, 345

River, 34, 35, 58, 148,
197, 198, 200, 211,
219
Ketherech, son of John Du, 73,

80, 133, 134
Keynsham, or Kensam Priory,

37, 55
Kribor, Castel, or Castell Cri-

bwr, 187, 200
Kynligge, borough of, 34, 35

Laleston, 40

Langevvy, Llangewydd, 132
" Lapidarium Wallias," 17
Le Due, Viollet, French archi-
tect, 58
Legion, Second, 186
Leisan, lord of Afan, 62
Leland, John, and Kenfig, 26,

33, 34, 123, 147, 233
Lewelin, Prince of Wales, 62,

335
Lichesfeld, W. de, 56

Lieursouns, a kind of bread, 155



Lipscomb, Mr. Godfrey, 79, 80,

83
Llandaff, Anglicised form of

Llan Dav, 69, 335
Llaneltyd fawr, 41
Llanfihangel Mill, 186, 215, 219
Llanfihangel Grange, 220, 221,

222 223
Llangarvan, 41
Llangeinor, 143
Llewellyn, Mr. R. W., 83
Llewelyn, son of Cadivor, 38
Luvel, Walter, 74, 75
„ „ junior, 75

Mabel, daughter of Sir Robert

Fitzhamon, 44, 46, 47, 54
Mabon, one of the bishops of

Margam, alias Kenfig, 320
Mabsant, 71

Maenhir, 193, 194, 195, 196
Magdalene, St. Mary, 73, 89,

90, 188, 280
Magnus Rotulus Pipae, 59
Magour, Robert de, 152
Mansell, Sir Edward, 37, 40,

269, 270, 275, 276, 280, 320
Margam, 40, 50, 129, 140, 292

,, Monastery of, 131, 303
Margery, daughter of Roger,

89
Marias, 57, 186, 204, 219, 220
Marie, Thomas le, 187

,, William de, 219, 220
" Martilogium," 281
Mawdlam, 33
Men-er-H'roech, 194
Meuric,Brother, of St. Michael's

Grange, 223
Meyrick, Rees, 40, 41



GENERAL INDEX



345



Ministers' Accounts, 25

Mixion, 176

Monmouth, 37

„ Castle, 64

Morgan Mwynfawr, 320

„ son of Adras, one of
the bishops of Mar-
gam, alias Kenfig,
320

Morganwg, 40, 42

Mullemannislond, 226

Mystery, a handicraft, 176

Nant Craig yr Aber, 317
Naughtipack, 176
Neath Abbey, 41, 49, 232, 236
,, Castle, 62
„ River, 37, 40
Newcastle, Bridgend, 40
Newditch, no, 120, 128, 180,

181
Newton and Newton Nottage,
71, 74, 82, 239, 283, 286, 287,
289
Nicholas ap Gwrgan, Bishop

of Llandaff, 69
" Non nobis, Domine, non

nobis," 79
Norman Conquest, 41, 335
„ font at St. Mary Mag-
dalene's Church, 91
„ knights, 38, 39
Normanes, Eneon and the, 39
North Corneh, 71
Notch Coarton, 241, 252

Ogmore, or Ogwye, 40, 41
Old Castle, British camp, 89,

254
Orchard, Grange of, 81



Orchard's Croft, 77, 78
Ordnance Survey, 83
Ordinances of Kenfig, 153, 156
Ostler, 174
Ostrey, 174

Oyfri, probably an error for
Cyfrif, 170

Pardon, The, 70, 71

Paris, Mathew, monk of St.

Albans, 38
** Parish Priests and their

People," 89
ParHament, Act of, touching

sand-storm, 33
Paulinus, 310

Peiteuin, 132, 133, 135, 224
Penard and Penmaen, forma-
tion of burrows of, 20
Penbrock, Earl of, 34
Pennuth, Penhydd, 26, 260
Penvei, Pen-y-Fai, 74, 323
Peruat, John, 150, 225, 226

„ Johnand Alice, 216,225
Philip de Cornell grants min-
erals to Margam Abbey,

74,77

„ John of Kenfig, illegal
fishing, 182

,, Palmer, 213, 214
Platch yr Eglwys, 310
Pont FeHn Newydd, 31, 57
Ponto, Latin for flat-bottom

boat, 49
Pool, Kenfig, 34, 181
Portlond, 214, 215
Portreveshavok, Hafod-y-porth,

26
Prepositus, chief municipal

officer, 108



346



GENERAL INDEX



PwU Cynan, 113, 127
Pwll-y-gath, Catput or Catpitt,

128, 134
Plwerin, 212

Pyle, 93, 94, 95, 204, 211, 220,
253, 283, 285, 300, 302,

324
„ Church, 32, 87, 94, 95,
96, 215

Queen of Britain, Cordeilla,

319
„ England, Joan, 66

Recluses, 88

Reckisorium, a, 89

Reginald, son of Simon, 60

Resciant, 174

Resolven, 143

Rhiw Tor-y-Cymry, 308

Rh^d Blaen-y-Cwm, 189

Rhys, Prince, 39

Richard the parson, 59

„ Bishop of Worcester,

66
,, II. consults 'a recluse,
88

Rievalle, William de, 63

Rievaulx Abbey, 48

Ririth, son of Breavel, 56

Road, new, between Stormy
Down and Cwrt-y-defaid, 31

Robert the Consul, 41, 46, 49

Roger, Abbot of Rievaulx, 291

Rogers, Mr. Thorold, 51

Rollo, first Scandinavian con-
queror of Normandy, 43

Roman highway, 57, 78, 300,
307, 308, 317, 322

Royal Inspeximus, 94 '



Rugge, or Rigge, 105, 128, 247,

251, 274, 279
Ryche, Sir Richard, 94

Sacrosanxta, 203

Salisbury, Hugh, 95

Sancto Donato, William de, 59

,, Fagano, Robert Cavan
de, 59
Sanctuary, 77, 121
Scilwe, Sculue, La Chilue, La

Schilue, Seylve,205, 206, 207,

208
Scindulcv, shingles for roofing,

60
Scurlag, David, 74
Seal of Margery, 89
Seinghenydd, Ivor Bach, lord

of, 54
Sepulchral stone, 16
Severn Sea, 35, 41,42, 211
Sewers, Commissioners of, 33
Sewin, 184
Sheet, Heol-y-, 32
Siencyn Penh5'dd, 126
Sker, Skerra, 132, 230, 232, 233,

234, 235, 236, 237, 238, 251
Sons of Herbert, 142
St. Beuno, 71
,, Ceinwyr, 264
„ Cewydd, 74
,, Comely and St. Cornell, 70,

71,78
,, Hilary, the bishop, 61
,, Iltyd's Spring, 62
,, James's Church, 68, 83, 86
„ Mary Magdalene, altar of,

Mar gam, 280
„ Mary Magdalene, Church
of, 89, 90



GENERAL INDEX



347



St. Mary of Morgan, Margam,

278
„ Theodoric ap Teithfach, 24
,, Thomas, chapel of, 67
,, Wenduin, 71, 75;
''Statutes of Wales," Ivor

Bowen, 33
Stone crosses, old, 187

,, Great, 200
Stradlyng, Sir E., 41
Stratelyng, Sir Edward de, 183
Striguil, Chepstow, 146
Sturmi, Roger, 254, 256, 257,
258, 260, 261, 262
„ Geoffrey, 255, 256,257,
258, 260
Sturmy, Moor and Down, 141,

253, 254, 259, 265, 302
Survey and Presentment, a.d.
1660, 29

Tangestellond, 77

Tanguistel, wife of Ketherech
Du, 80, 185

Tapster, 174

Tatherech, daughter of Ket-
herech Du, 134

Tav, Ford of, 254, 255, 256

Tetbury, 213

Tethegistoo, Tythegstone, 324

Tewdv/r, Prince Rhys ap, 38,40

" Tewkesbury, Annales de," 43

335(?)
„ Abbey, 44, 49,

84,85,86,266,
267, 268
Theodoric, Hermitage of, 18,

19, 21, 24
Thusard, Henry, builds St.
James's Church, 67



Tir larll, "The Earl's land,"

44
Ton Kenfig, 33
Trawntrey, 175
Troedwyr, heol-y-, 318
Troutbeck, Thomas, 95
Tuder, John, Vicar of Kenfig,

86
Tudur, Cradoc, Knaithur,

Alaithur, and Gronu, 136
Turre, or Turri, Gregory de,i29
" Twelve Acres," 77
Ty Capel, 75, 76, 78

„ Maen, 76, 77, 78, 81, 82

„ Tanglwys, 78, 185
Ty'n-y-Seler, 190
Tywysogion, Brut y, 36, 41

UsK RIVER, 37

Vadum Tavis, 256
Valle, W de, 56
Valley of Mey, 141
Vedomavus, Eternalis, 17
Via Julia Maritima, 17
Vortigern, 17

Vortiper, or Gwrthefir, King of
Britain, 24

** Wales, Itinerary through,"
Giraldus Cambrensis,
198
„ South-West, 37
*' Wallice, Lapidarium," 17
Warre, John de la, cellarer of

Margam, 192
Warwick, Earl of, 333
Wasmer, 199
Water Street, 190
Welsh nobles, 40



348



GENERAL INDEX



"Welsh People, The," Rhys

and Jones, 192
Wenduin, St., 71, 75
Wern, to, 174
White Cross Down, 76
William the Chaplain, 150
Witherell stream, 272
Worcester, Earl of, 333
Wrenid, Groneath, 190, 258
Wurgan Du, 217

Y FiLLDiR-AUR, "the Golden
Mile," 39



Yltuit, croft of, 217
Yoruard ap Gistelard, 134
Coh, 274
„ son of Yoruard Coh,
274
Ystrad-fawr, near Bridgend,

272
Ystrad-y-fodwg, 253



Zancloden cautbrensis, 259
Zewan ap Hagarath, 217



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