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Llys Chwarter Sir Aberteifi

Cardiganshire Quarter Sessions

Llyfr Gorchmynion, 1840-50

Cofnodion â chysylltiad â Llangynfelyn

Order Book, 1840-50

Entries relating to Llangynfelyn

24 June 1840

Adopted the returns of the overseers of the poor of the annual value of the estates and rateable property. The hundred of Geneu’r Glyn, in the Upper Division, the annual value of the parish of Llancynfelin was 1806.

20 October 1840

 

The Churchwardens and Overseers of the poor of the parish of Llanbadardtrefeglwys in this county, Appellants

Between

and

 

The Churchwardens and Overseers of the poor of the parish of Llanganfelin in this county, Respondents

Upon the motion of Mr. James Hughes Attorney for the above named appellants, It is Ordered that the said Appellants appeal against an order made by Pryse Pryse Esq. And John Morris Davies Esq. Two of her Majesty’s Justices of the Peace for this County for removing Margaret Jones (the wife of Daniel Jones who had deserted her) and her four children namely Daniel aged about eleven years David aged about five years William aged about three years and Margaret aged about one year from the said respondent parish to the said appellant parish be and the same is hereby accordingly allowed of and lodged And it is Ordered that the said order of removal be and the same is hereby accordingly quashed for irregularity by and with the consent of the said parties appellants and respondents.

5 April 1842

Paid to David Hopkins and other labourers 15-14-3 for repairing bridges (including Trerddole)

18 October 1842

Ordered that the Treasurer of this County pay out of the County Stock in his hands unto Thomas Davies labourer the sum of three pounds and fifteen shillings in full of his bill filed at this present Quarter sessions of the Peace for gravelling the road for the distance of one hundred yards at the East end of Ynyslas Bridge over the river Lerry.

4 April 1843

Be it remembered that the Reverend John Davies as Perpetual Curate of Llancynfelin in this County did in open court at this present Quarter Sessions of the peace take and subscribe the several oaths of allegiance supremacy and abjuration.

20 October 1843

Application by George Jeffreys of Glandyfi Castle…after notice given in the Carmarthen Journal…ordered that from the 15th day of November to the 25th day of March both inclusive in each year…shall be fence days for such portion of the river Dovey as runs through this county and also for the contributory streams or rivers within this county running into the said river Dovey and called or known by the several names of Llyfnant, Dovey Bank, Einion, Lodge and Clettwr during which time it shall not be lawful for any person or persons whatever to take kill or destroy or attempt to take kill or destroy any salmon or salmon trout or fish of the salmon trout type or any brood spawn or fry of such fish.

9 April 1844

The Queen on the prosecution of Thomas Thomas

against

Hugh Davies late of the parish of Llanganfelin in this County Labourer

for stealing Turf

Plea Not Guilty, Verdict Guilty

Sentence

Ordered that the said Hugh Davies be imprisoned and kept to hard labour in the House of Correction at Cardigan for two calendar months and that during the last week of the said term of imprisonment he be kept in solitary confinement.

31 December 1844

Churchwardens and Overseers of the poor of the parish of Darowen in the county of Montgomery, Appellants

and

Churchwardens and Overseers of the poor of the parish of Llanganfelin in this county, Respondents

Appeal against the removal of Elizabeth Thomas widow and her four children namely David aged about ten years Anne aged about eight years Mary aged about four years and Elizabeth aged about one year and a half. Adjourned. [8 April 1845 - case quashed]

31 December 1844

Ordered to pay to John Humphreys Labourer 5-15-6 for repairing the roadways over and at each end of Lodge and Furnace bridges.

14 October 1845

The Queen on the prosecution of Evan Evans

against

John Johnson and John Allen late of the parish of Llanganfelin in this County Labourers

for stealing a Jacket and a pair of trowsers the property of the said Evan Evans in the said parish of Llanganfelin

Plea Not Guilty, Verdict Guilty

Sentence

Ordered that the said John Johnson and John Allen be respectively imprisoned and kept to hard labour in the House of Correction at Cardigan for six calendar months.

14 October 1845

Whereas it hath been made to appear to this Court that the Guardians of the several parishes…of Llanganfelin…have not paid to the Treasurer of this county the sums assessed and charged…towards the general county rate at a halfpenny in the pound…It is therefore ordered that warrants be issued to the overseers of the poor…to collect and pay to the Treasurer of the county…the said rates charged…together with an addition to such rates in the proportion of one shilling to every ten.

7 April 1846

Ordered to pay to John Humphreys Labourer 5-10-5d. for stoning the roadways over and the approaches to Trerddol Lodge Mill and Llyfnant bridges.

5 January 1847

Ordered to pay John Humphreys Labourer.. for repairing the roadways over Trerddol and other bridges.

5 January 1847

 

The Churchwardens and Overseers of the poor of the parish of Darowen in the county of Montgomery, Appellants

Between

and

 

The Churchwardens and Overseers of the poor of the parish of Llanganfelin in this county, Respondents

Appeal lodged against an order by Jno. M Davies and R O Powell Esquires dated 13th March 1847…for the removal of Elizabeth Thomas widow and her three children videlicet Anne aged about ten years, Mary aged about six years and Elizabeth aged about four years, but decision deferred.

29 June 1847

Hearing in the earlier case of Elizabeth Thomas - order confirmed.

29 June 1847

Ordered to pay John Humphreys Labourer.. for repairing the Llyfnant and Lodge Mill bridges.

19 October 1847

 

The Churchwardens and Overseers of the poor of the parish of Dolgelley in the county of Merioneth, Appellants

Between

and

 

The Churchwardens and Overseers of the poor of the parish of Llanganfelin in this county, Respondents

Upon motion made to this court it is ordered that the appeal…against an order by "W T Jones" and "W C Gilbertson" Esquires two of her Majesty’s justices of the peace acting in and for this county…dated first July last past for the removal of Margaret Roberts singlewoman from the said Appellant to the said respondent parish be…allowed…and it is ordered that the said order is accordingly quashed on the grounds of informality and defects of form in the proceedings.

17 October 1848

The Queen on the prosecution of Jenkin Davies

against

William Davies and John Bradshaw both late of the parish of Llanfihangel Ystrad in this County Labourers

for stealing a shirt the property of the said Jenkin Davies in the said parish of Llanfihangel Ystrad

Plea Not Guilty, Verdict Guilty

Sentence

Ordered that the said William Davies and John Bradshaw be respectively imprisoned and kept to hard labour in the House of Correction at Cardigan for one calendar month.

The Queen on the prosecution of Daniel Jones

against

William Jones, William Davies and John Bradshaw both late of the parish of Llanganfelin in this County Labourers

for breaking and entering the dwelling house of the said Daniel Jones in the said parish of Llanganfelin and stealing therein

Plea Not Guilty, Verdict Guilty

Sentence

Ordered that the said William Jones be imprisoned and kept to hard labour in the House of Correction at Cardigan for eight calendar months and that the said William Davies and John Bradshaw at the expiration of the sentence passed upon them in the case of the Queen on the prosecution of Jenkin Davies be severally transported beyond the seas to such place as her Majesty by the advice of her Privy Council shall direct for the term of ten years.

31 December 1850

 

Hugh Rowland, Appellant

Between

and

 

The Churchwardens and Overseers of the poor of the parish of Llanganfelin in this county, Respondents

Upon motion made to this court on behalf of the above named appellant and by and with the consent of the Respondents it is Ordered that the Appeal of the above named appellant against a certain rate or assessment made on the sixth day of November last past for the relief of the poor of the said parish of Llanganfelin be allowed and that the said rate or assessment be and the same is hereby quashed with costs.




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