6 edition of George Owen of Henllys found in the catalog.
|Statement||by B. G. Charles.|
|LC Classifications||DA722.1.O9 C46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 220 p., fold. leaf, 7 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||220|
|LC Control Number||75310668|
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GEORGE OWEN of Henllys, in Pembrokeshire, was a man of acute observation with a keen interest in the geological and geomorphological features of his home county. Through a section. Jones, Nerys Ann: ‘Mynegai i’r Trafodaethau ar Enwau Lleoedd gan Henry Owen ac E. J. Phillimore yn The Description of Penbrokshire gan George Owen, Henllys’ / ‘An Index to the Discussions on Place-names by Henry Owen and E. J. Phillimore in The Description of Penbrokshire by George Owen of Henllys’, yn / in Studia Celtica xxvi-xxvii.
Search this site. home. biddle. Henllys Farm (SN ) The residence of George Owen, a distinguished 16th-century antiquary, was demolished in the 19th century and a farmshouse placed nearby (Charles , , Miles ). Survey and trial excavation and survey located the site of the original house and now have now begun to reveal it. Llystyn Mill, Nevern (SN ).
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Born c. at Henllys, in the parish of Nevern, north Pembrokeshire, the eldest son of William Owen (c. - ), a successful lawyer who purchased the barony of Cemais of John Tuchet, lord Audley, inand became lord of ducklakebooks.com Owen's mother was Elizabeth, daughter of Sir George Herbert of Swansea, brother to William, first earl of Pembroke of the Herbert line (second creation.
George Owen may refer to. George Owen (physician) (–), royal physician George Owen of Henllys (–), Welsh antiquarian, author, and naturalist; George Owen (herald) (died ), Welsh officer of arms, son of George Owen of Henllys George Washington Owen (–), U.
Representative from Alabama; George Owen (ice hockey) (–), ice hockey defenseman. Get this from a library. George Owen of Henllys: a Welsh Elizabethan. [B G Charles] -- Biographical study of George Owen (), a topographer, a notable squire, an important figure in public affairs, and " also a scho- larly antiquary whose writings earned him a high.
The Visitations of the County of Sussex Made and Taken in the YearsThomas Benolte, Clarenceux King of Arms; And by John Philipot, Somerset Herald, and George Owen, York Herald, for Sir John Burroughs, Garter, and Sir Richard St. George, Clar by. Preview this book» What people are Title Page.
Other editions - View all. The Description of Penbrokshire, Issue 1, Part 2 George Owen Full view - The Description of Penbrokshire, Volumes George Owen Full view - The Description of Penbrokshire, Volume 4 The Description of Penbrokshire, George Owen: Author: George Owen.
Jun 26, · OWEN, GEORGE (–), county historian, born in at Henllys, near Newport, Pembrokeshire, was the eldest son of William Owen (–) [q. v.], by Elizabeth Herbert, a descendant of William, first earl of Pembroke of the Herbert line.
This volume is broadly divided into two main sections. The first part comprises a detailed introduction to the background of 'The Dialogue', written in by George Owen of Henllys, north Pembrokeshire, followed by an updated version of the text with explanatory notes. George Owen of Henllys: a Welsh Elizabethan by B.
G Charles (Book); The impact of the 'New Learning' on Wales cc, as illustrated by the lives and works of Sir John Prise, George Owen and Robert Vaughan by Anne Porter (Book). The Description of Pembrokeshire. by Owen of Henllys, George and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at ducklakebooks.com There is a biography of George Owen () of Henllys by Charles, Dr B.
G., George Owen of Henllys: a Welsh Elizabethan (). His historical and topographical manuscripts are reviewed in Charles, B. G., 'Manuscripts of George Owen of Henllys', National Library of Wales Journal, 1.
The work of George Owen Harry's circle of friends is fully discussed by B.G. Charles, George Owen of Henllys: a Welsh Elizabethan (Aberystwyth, ), and the life and work of the antiquary is discussed in detail by E. Jones, ‘George Owen Harry’, Pembrokeshire Historian, 6 (), On the basis of his evidence in a case in it can be assumed that he was born about Dec 05, · George Owen of Henllys, 6 ‘the exquisite antiquary’,7 was ranked among ‘the four best-known antiquaries of sixteenth century Wales’.8 He was, besides, a cartographer, a geographer, a geologist, an armorist, a farmer, a lawyer, a social commentator and.
Nevern (Welsh: Nanhyfer) is a small village, parish and community in Pembrokeshire, West ducklakebooks.com community includes the settlements of Felindre Farchog, Monington, Moylgrove and ducklakebooks.com lies in the valley of the River Nevern close to the Preseli Hills of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park 2 miles (3 km) east of Newport on the B ducklakebooks.com grid reference: SN HONOURABLE SOCIETY OF CYMMRODORION Record Series Owen, H.
ed., The Description of Pembrokeshire, by George Owen of Henllys, Lord of Kemes, Cymmrodorion Record Series, 1 () Part I: The general description of Pembrokeshire, Part II: Collections for Pembrokeshire and miscellaneous tracts and papers, including genealogies.
EARLY DISCOVERERS XXI A DESCRIPTION AND EXPLANATION OF GLACIAL TILL IN GEORGE OWEN () By B. JOHN (Jesus College, Oxford, England) GEORGE OWEN of Henllys, in Pembrokeshire, was a man of acute observation with a keen.
who married Elizabeth, daughter of Sir George Herbert of Swansea. Their son, the antiquarian George Owen () of Henllys, lord of Cemais, married Elizabeth, daughter and co-heir of William Phillipps of Picton. George Owen was succeeded by his son, Alban Owen, who married Joan, daughter of William Bradshaw of St Dogmaels, Pembrokeshire.
The Description of Pembrokeshire [ Carmarthenshire - Cardiganshire - Denbighshire - Flintshire - Montgomershire ] de OWEN George [ OF HENLLYS] y una gran selección de libros, arte y artículos de colección disponible en ducklakebooks.com George Owen Welsh Geographer, Geologist, and Cartographer George Owen of Henllys, lord of Cemais, is best known for his work Description of Pembrokeshire, written in but not published u.
Nov 24, · OWEN, GEORGE (d. ), York herald, son of George Owen (–) [q. v.], by his second wife, was ‘gott before marriage,’ and was born at Henllys in Pembrokeshire.
He was appointed rouge croix in the place of John Bradshaw on 28 Feb. (Cal. State Papers, Dom. Ser. Media in category "George Owen of Henllys" The following 3 files are in this category, out of 3 total.
The Description Of Penbrokshire () [George Owen, Henry Owen] on ducklakebooks.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks.At any rate, he transcribed several in toto, and extended them from about to He paid strict attention to heraldry and transcribed a West Wales armorial which had been made by the Revd.
George Owen Harry, a friend and neighbour of George Owen of Henllys, and added a .GEORGE OWEN () written in ; in the Vairdre Book, National Library of Wales.] Owen, G. The description of Pembrokeshire [[J, by George Owen of Henllys, Lord of Kemes.