|Y London, Belfast ac Edinburgh Gazettes yw'r papurau newyddion swyddogol cofnodi yn y Deyrnas Unedig. Sefydlwyd y London Gazette yn 1665. Yn ôl y cyfraith, rhaid cyhoeddi sawl math o hysbyseb cyfreithiol, gan gynnwys hysbysebion methdaliad, yn Y London, Belfast neu Edinburgh Gazette. (D.S. 'Does dim 'Cardiff Gazette!) Ar hyn o bryd mae HMSO yn rhoi popeth ar-lein (http://www.gazettes-online.co.uk/) : hyd yn hyn dim ond yr 20fed ganrif wedi'i cyflawni. Gair i'r gall os ydych am chwilio yno eich hunan: mae'r rheolau arferol am sillafiad enwau lleoedd yn dilys, ond oherwydd system OCR sy'n cael ei defnyddio gan y system chwilio, gall fod llai na berffaith! Dyma sawl cyfeirad i'r plwyf rydym wedi darganfod hyd yn hyn:||The London, Edinburgh, and Belfast Gazettes are the official newspapers of record in the United Kingdom. The London Gazette was established in 1665. Several legal notices, including insolvency notices, are required by law to be published in the London, Belfast or Edinburgh Gazette. (N.B. There's no 'Cardiff Gazette!). HMSO is currently putting the whole thing on-line(http://www.gazettes-online.co.uk/): so far the 20th century has been digitised. A word of warning if you search for yourself: the usual rules about the spelling of place-names apply, but as the search system uses text from an OCR process it can be less than perfect. Here are some references to the parish that we have found so far:|
26 April 1901, Issue 27308WE, the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England, in consideration of a benefaction of two hundred pounds sterling which has been paid to us in favour of the vicarage of Llangynfelyn, in the county of Cardigan, and in the diocese of Saint David's, and in respect of which we have agreed to pay to the Incumbent of the same vicarage, and to his successors, a yearly sum of six pounds, do hereby, in pursuance of the Act of the twenty-ninth and thirtieth years of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria, chapter one hundred and eleven, section five, grant out of our common fund to the said vicarage of Llangynfelyn, to meet such benefaction, one other capital sum of two hundred pounds, in respect of which, so long as the same capital sum, or any part thereof, shall remain in our hands, there shall be paid by us to the Incumbent for the time being of the said vicarage one other yearly sum of six pounds, or such part thereof as shall be proportionate to any balance of the same capital sum which shall so remain in our hands ; such lastly-mentioned yearly payment to commence as from the date of the publication of these presents in the London Gazette, and to be receivable in equal quarterly portions on the first day of February, the first day of May, the first day of August, and the first day of November in each and every year
6 June 1905, Issue 27801Mrs. ANNE LOXDALE JONES, Deceased.
15 June 1906, Issue 27922A Separate Building, duly certified for religious worship, named SOAR, situated at Trerddol, in the civil parish of Llancynfelin, in the county of Cardigan, in Aberystwith registration district, was, on the llth June, 1906, registered for solemnizing marriages therein, pursuant to 6th and 7th Wm. IV, c. 85.—Dated the 12th June, 1906.
17 Sept 1909, Issue 28289In the Matter of a Deed of Assignment for the benefit of creditors, dated the 25th day of February, 1909, and executed by EDWARD MORGAN (Farmer), RICHARD JAMES (Farmer), and KATE JAMES, the Wife of the said Richard James, all of Brickyard Farm, in the parish of Llancynfelin, in the county of Cardigan.
18 Oct 1932, Issue 33874WHITE, John, residing at the Lodge, Lodge Park, Glandyfi, in the county of Cardigan, and carrying on business at 15, Penycae, Taliesin, in the said county of Cardigan. SHOEMAKER.
23 Dec 1952, Issue 39726NOTICES UNDER THE TRUSTEE ACT, 1925 S. 27...