Cardiff Records, Volume III, Chapter VI
GLAMORGAN COUNTY RECORDS

NAME INDEX

Transcribed by Pat Sewell 1996
email: pat.sewell@btopenworld.com
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Last Modified: 5 Jan 96
This chapter contains extracts from the following six records:
ASM = Assessment of Ship Money (C1635)
GRP = Glamorgan Register of Papists (1727)
QSF = Quarter Sessions Files (1727 - 1753)
QSO = Quarter Sessions Order Books (1730 - 1770)
QSP = Cardiff Quarter Sessions Presentments (1779 -1810)
DOB = Cardiff District Order Books (1780 - 1811)
The abbreviations are my own.
The following index is an index of all names found in this chapter. Each entry has seven columns:

1. Surname
2. Christian Name
3. Year the Entry was Written
4. The section the name was found in (see above for abbreviations)
5. Page Number
6. Further Information about the entry
ABBOT          Francis                 1748      QSF    231          10s was paid out for Francis ABBOT's coffin
ALLEN          Samuel                  1810      QSP    256          parchment manufacturer
ATWOOD         William                 1787      QSP    247          presented for a dunghill by the south gate
AVERY          Joseph                  1731      QSF    204 & 206    taken to be executed
BACON          Anthony                 1794      DOB    259          trustee
BARTLETT       David                   1799      QSP    254          presented for a pigstye as an incroachment
BARTON         Marry                   1736      QSF    215          was conveyed to ye parrish of Wenvoe, accompanied by a constable
BASSETT        John                    1784      DOB    257          J.P.
BASSETT        John                    1805      DOB    263          of Bonvilston; a trustee
BASSETT        William, esq            1727      QSF    193          J.P.
BASTUD         Thomas                  1788      QSP    249          brazier; for carrying on trade without being free
BATES          Eliz.                   1779      QSP    243          presented for laying a heap of stone in the street
BATES          Jonas, Mr               1731      QSF    205          was paid, for keeping the ffelons in Bridwell at Bristol
BATES          Richard                 1727      QSF    197          signature
BAWDREY        Robert                  1717      GRP    192          Land in Landaff in the tenure of Bawdrey is mentioned
BEAW           William                 1727      QSF    193          Doctor of Laws; mentioned in Milo EVANS's satyr
BENNETT        William                 1728      QSF    198          took out a libel action
BEVAN          Griffith                1729      QSF    199          did make an oath
BEVAN          Rowland, esq            1756      QSO    239          farmer
BIRD           John                    c1801     DOB    262
BLOSSE         Robert Lynch, sir       1805      DOB    263          a trustee
BOURNE         Thomas, esq             1805      DOB    265          was councelled about the legality of erecting a chain gate
BOWEN          Anne                    1729      QSF    202          wife of Thomas BOWEN
BOWEN          John                    1729      QSF    202          alias DAVID; for uttering slanderous Welsh words
BOWEN          Ralph                   1744      QSF    228          Innkeeper
BRADLEY        ??                      1811      DOB    266          the mail coach Prop'r
BRADLEY        John                    1793      QSP    251          presented for leaving two carts in the street
BREWER         John                    1739      QSF    219          carpenter, made his account for work done
BREWER         William                 1729      QSP    200          sold lime to the Keeper of Cardiff Gaol
BREWER         William                 1787      QSP    247          serjeant at mace
BREWER         William                 1796      QSP    254          lab'r paid £5 bond
BROWNE         Thomas, gent            1801      DOB    261          of Luton Bed's
CAPPER         James                   1795      DOB    259          trustee
CHARLES        John                    1727      QSF    193          signature on document
CLARK          Phillips, Mr            1744      QSF    227          
CLAVERING      Robert                  1727      QSF    193          Doctor in divinity; mentioned in Milo EVANS's satyr
COLERICK       Thomas                  1730      QSF    204          minister
COLLINS        George                  1747      QSF    231          of Ely
COX            Sybil                   1752      QSF    234          widow, charged with stealing a hen
CRADOCK        Jenett                  1729      QSF    202          her dwelling house is a meeting place for prodestant decenters
CRAWSHAY       Richard, esq            1793      QSP    252          presented for not repairing the pavement
CRAWSHAY       Richard, esq            1810      QSP    255          presented for laying a heap of limestone on lands of the corporation
DALTON         Thomas                  1793      QSP    252          wine merchant
DANIEL         Morgan                  1750      QSO    236          labourer, indicted for maiming cattle
DAUID          John                    1744      QSF    227          charged with begging and wandring abroad
DAVID          David                   1753      QSF    236          1s paid for "taking David DAVID's Irons of"
DAVID          Evan                    1729      QSF    201          lately dy'd in the Goal
DAVID          Evan                    1734      QSF    212          
DAVID          Evan                    1739      QSF    219          paid for halling timber for makeing the ducking stool 15s
DAVID          George                  1736      QSF    215          presented his bill for conveying Marry BARTON
DAVID          George                  1752      QSF    234          overseer
DAVID          Henrey                  1730      QSF    203          was paid for caring Edward JOHN to Bridwell
DAVID          Henry                   1731      QSF    208          had scandalous welsh words said about him
DAVID          John                    1729      QSF    202          alias BOWEN; for uttering slanderous Welsh words
DAVID          John                    1737      QSF    216          overseer of the poor
DAVID          John                    1767      QSO    241          juror ( of Cogan)
DAVID          Lamerocke               c1635     ASM    191          of Cogan
DAVID          Martha                  1770      QSO    242          spinster. guilty of felony, to be whipped
DAVID          Mary                    1744      QSF    228          was conveyed from Cardiffe Goal to Swansea, and was whipped there
DAVID          Moses                   1751      QSF    233          was whipped
DAVID          Thomas                  1742      QSF    224          "for prophaning the Lords day by playing tennis"
DAVID          Thomas                  c1635     ASM    191          of Cogan
DAVID          William                 1755      QSO    239          convicted for stealing a quantity of iron
DAVID          William                 1756      QSO    239          blacksmith
DAVIES         David                   1805      DOB    263          of Wenvoe; a trustee
DAVIES         Evan, gent              1734      QSF    212          accused William Thomas EDWARDS, of stealing from him
DAVIES         John                    1810      QSP    256          presented for laying tiles on the said lands of the corporation
DAVIES         Joseph                  1810      QSP    256          timber merchant; for laying timber on the said lands of the corporation
DAVIES         Lewis                   1731      QSF    208          did sign an oath
DAVIES         Mathew                  1729      QSF    201          lately dy'd in the Goal
DAVIES         Thomas                  1727      QSF    193          gent
DAVIES         Thomas                  1805      DOB    263          clerk; a trustee of Wenvoe
DAVIES         William, rev'd          1805      DOB    264          of Landaff; a trustee
DAVY           Jonathan                1788      QSP    249          grocer; for carrying on trade without being free
DAVY           Jonathan                1793      QSP    252          presented for not repairing the pavement
DAWKINS        William                 1727      QSF    193          J.P.
DEER           Evan                    1729      QSF    201          (DEARE); Goods delivered to the county Goal by Evan DEER
DEER           Evan                    1732      QSF    209          paid for ironmongery done at the county gaol
DEER           Evan                    1734      QSF    213          made his account for iron work done at the gaol
DREW           John                    1793      QSP    252          presented for leaving a dunghill
DUBBERLEY      Edward                  1810      QSP    255          butcher; presented for a slaughter house on the quay
DURBROW        Francis, gent           1767      QSO    240          juror (of Lanedarn)
EDMOND         William Llewellyn       1731      QSF    205          tailor, for uttering scandalous welsh words 
EDMUND         Joan                    1731      QSF    208          wife of William EDMUND, did have scandalous words said about her
EDMUND         William                 1731      QSF    208          husband of Joan EDMUND
EDWARD         Rees                    1737      QSF    216          husbandman, now a prisoner for debt in the goal
EDWARD         William Thomas          1734      QSF    212          of Llanvabon, indicted for stealing (not guilty)
EDWARDS        David                   1744      QSF    226          of Swanzey. for keeping a large Mastiff or Bear or Mungrel Dogg
EDWARDS        Mary                    1737      QSF    217          charged for attempting to rescue Edward EDWARDS, a prisoner
EDWARDS        Powell                  1805      DOB    263          clerk; a trustee
EDWARDS        Thomas                  1766      QSO    240          clerk of the peace
EDWARDS        Thomas                  1780      QSP    245          justice of the peace
EDWARDS        William                 1793      DOB    259          yeoman; 
EVAN           David                   1734      QSF    213          husband of Neste EVAN
EVAN           Griffith                1753      QSF    236          1s paid for "taking Griffith EVAN's Irons of"
EVAN           John                    1753      QSF    236          1s paid for "taking John EVAN's Irons of"
EVAN           John                    1787      QSP    248          presented for a dunghill
EVAN           Mary                    1810      QSP    256          spinster; presented for keeping a disorderly house
EVAN           Neste                   1734      QSF    213          wife of David EVAN, was whipped, by order of Court of Great Sessions
EVAN           Philip                  1767      QSO    241          juror ( of Ely)
EVAN           Thomas                  1752      QSO    238          inquest taken on the body of Thomas EVAN
EVAN           Thomas                  1767      QSO    241          juror ( of Lisvane)
EVANS          Andrew                  1731      QSF    208          indicted, for uttering scandalous welsh words
EVANS          Ann                     1793      QSP    252          presented for buying of Poultry wholesale
EVANS          Miles                   1727      QSF    193          did write & publish infamous & scandalous libell
EVANS          Miles                   1727      QSF    197          gent, was released on recognisances
EVANS          Phillip                 1737      QSF    218          victualler, presented for permitting disorderly people
EVANS          Richard                 1784      DOB    257          clerk
EVANS          William, gent           1805      DOB    265          was councelled about the legality of erecting a chain gate
FLOYD          Thomas                  1739      QSF    222          petty constable of Penarth
FOX            Felix                   1767      QSO    241          juror ( of Gabalva)
GABINS         Ann                     1731      QSF    208          alias Thomas; for uttering scandalous welsh words
GELL           Daniell                 1727      QSF    195          mentioned in Milo EVANS's satyr
GIBBON         Charles                 1730      QSF    204          church warden
GIBBON         Grant, esq              1734      QSF    211          sheriff
GIBBON         Nathaniell              c1635     ASM    191          collector
GIBBON         Thomas                  1747      QSF    231          of Gabalva
GIBBON         William. esq            1787      DOB    258          trustee
GLASCOTT       Thomas                  1730      QSF    204          witness
GLASCOTT       William, Mr             1779      QSP    243          presented for a deep gutter by the door of his house
GOODRICH       John                    1805      DOB    263          of Energlyn; a trustee
GOODRICH       William, esq            1805      DOB    265          of Energlyn; a trustee
GOODWIN        Mr                      1779      QSP    244          presented for not repairing the ruin called "Carreg Picka"
GRANDFIELD     William                 1731      QSF    205          assisted in conveying the ffelons to Bristol
GREENWOOD      Barth.                  1779      QSP    243          bailiff
GREY           William Booth, esq      1805      DOB    264          a trustee
GRIFFITH       Evan                    1729      QSF    202          signature on document
GRIFFITHS      Richard                 1788      QSP    249          apothecary; for carrying on trade without being free
GRIFFITHS      Richard                 1805      DOB    263          a trustee
GRIFFITHS      Richard                 1805      DOB    263          acting surveyor
GRIFFITHS      Richard                 1810      QSP    255          presented for not putting a trap door before his house
GROVER         Brocket                 1793      QSP    252          surgeon and apothecary
GROVES         Samuel                  1734      QSF    212          petty constable
HADLEY         John                    1787      QSP    247          Nailer, Baker & Retailer
HADLEY         John                    1793      QSP    253          nailer
HALL           Benjamin                1796      DOB    259          clerk; trustee
HALL           Mary                    1810      QSP    256          Toy Shop.
HALL           Mathew                  1731      QSF    206          of Oystermouth 
HALL           Rev'd Dr                1805      DOB    264          clerk; a trustee
HAMMOND        John                    1747      QSF    231          of Gabalva
HARFORD        John, esq               1805      DOB    265          was councelled about the legality of erecting a chain gate
HARMAN         David                   1796      QSP    254          for an assault
HARMAN         David                   1796      QSP    254          lab'r paid £10 bond
HARRINGTON     George                  1779      QSP    244          Peruke Maker; for carrying on business not being free of the Town
HARRINGTON     George                  1782      QSP    247          peruke maker; was fined 5s.4d.
HARRIS         Ann                     1753/4    QSO    238          found guilty of ffelony, ordered to be whipped
HARRIS         Margarett               1743      QSF    225          committed for contempts. Sickened and dyed in Bridwell
HARRY          James                   1789      QSP    258/9        for defrauding the Tolls of this district
HARRY          Mary                    1739      QSF    219          widow, was dragged to the river of Swanzey, by a number of people
HARRY          William                 1731      QSF    204          expences was paid for the transporting of William HARRY
HATTON         Thomas                  1752      QSF    234          vagrant, was conveyed to his legal settlement of Wigan
HERBERT        Edward                  1727      QSF    197          bailiff
HERBERT        Edward                  c1635     ASM    191          of Penarth
HIGGINS        John                    1779      QSP    244          Painter; for carrying on business not being free of the town
HILL           Richard, esq            1805      DOB    265          a trustee
HILL           Richard, snr            1801      DOB    260          a trustee
HODGES         John                    1731      QSF    205          was paid for meat and drink at Bristol
HOLLIER        Henry, esq              1805      DOB    265          was councelled about the legality of erecting a chain gate
HOLLIER        Henry, gent             1801      DOB    261          commissioner under the act
HOMFRAY        Jeremiah, esq           1797      DOB    259          a trustee
HOMFRAY        Jeremiah, esq           1805      DOB    264          of Landaff; a trustee
HOOPER         Adam                    1745      QSF    229          of Pentirch
HOPKIN         Nicholas                1767      QSO    241          juror ( of Lavernock)
HOPKINS        John                    1729      QSF    199          Qualified for office (Portreeve of Neath)
HOWELL         David                   1735      QSF    213          had a fighting cock stolen from him
HOWELL         David                   1751      QSO    237          bayliffe, fined 40s for neglect of duty
HOWELL         Evan Thomas             1733      QSF    210          of the parish of Whitchurch, presented for not pruneing his hedges
HOWELLS        Margaret                1790      QSP    249          fined 5/-
HUGH           David                   1731      QSF    204          mason
HUGHES         Walter                  1731      QSF    206          of Swanzey
HURST          Herbert                 1788      DOB    258          trustee
HURST          William                 1767      QSO    240          a deputation received from Wm HURST
HURST          William, esq            1767      QSO    241          juror ( of Gabalva)
JACOB          John, esq               1805      DOB    265          was councelled about the legality of erecting a chain gate
JAMES          John                    1739      QSF    219          paid for stone and mason's work
JAMES          Reynold                 1767      QSO    240          juror (of Lanishen)
JAMES          Thomas                  1744      QSF    227          of Lanvedows Recognizance
JAMES          William                 1796      QSP    253          presented for regrating fowls eggs and butter
JAYNE          Nicholas                1732      QSF    209          paid for work on the county gaol
JAYNE          Nicholas                1736      QSF    214          did work on the gole
JAYNE          Nicholas                1745      QSO    236          was assaulted by Lionel STIBBS
JAYNES         Nicholas                1745      QSF    229          made his accounts
JEFFREYS       John, gent              1744      QSF    226          made an oath
JENKIN         Edward                  1767      QSO    242          juror ( of St. Fagans)
JENKIN         Evan                    1779      QSP    244          Pedlar; for carrying on business not being free of the Town
JENKIN         Hopkin                  1796      QSP    253          presented for keeping a disorderly house
JENKIN         John, the elder         1767      QSO    241          juror ( of Canton)
JENKIN         Mary                    1730      QSF    203          wife of Thomas JENKIN, for speaking scandalous welsh words
JENKIN         Morgan                  1729      QSF    201          lately dy'd in the Goal
JENKIN         Thomas                  1730      QSF    203          husband of Mary JENKIN
JENKIN         William                 1782      QSP    247          baker; was fined
JENKINS        Griffith                1737      QSF    216          overseer of the poor
JENKINS        Katherine vid'          1717      GRP    192          of Gadlas
JENKINS        Mary                    1751      QSF    234          1s was paid for "Ironing Mary JENKINS'
JENKINS        Mrs                     1810      DOB    266          was given notice to remove the nuisance she has comitted
JENKINS        William                 1727      QSF    193          practiseing Proctor
JENKINS        William                 1788      QSP    248          staymaker; presented for carrying on trade without being free
JENNER         Robert, esq             1805      DOB    265          was councelled about the legality of erecting a chain gate
JOHN           David                   1734      QSF    212          petty constable 
JOHN           David                   1742      QSF    224          alias DAVID; "for prophaning the Lords day by playing tennis"
JOHN           Edward                  1730      QSF    203          was carried to Bridwell by order of ye justices
JOHN           Elizabeth               1732      QSF    209          wife of Thomas JOHN
JOHN           Hopkin                  1753      QSF    235          receipt of 40s for half years maintenance of "Lott a poor boy born in goal"
JOHN           Jenkin                  1728      QSF    198          cordwainer of St. Athan,charged with uttering scandalous words
JOHN           Margaret                1729      QSF    200          Expenses paid for her burial
JOHN           Margaret                1729      QSF    201          lately dy'd in the Goal
JOHN           Miles                   1727      QSF    197          chief constable
JOHN           Morgan                  1717      GRP    192          The Bell house & Garden in ten'
JOHN           Thomas                  1732      QSF    209          husband of Elizabeth JOHN
JOHN           Thomas                  1734      QSF    212          had scandalous words said about him
JONES          Caleb                   1730      QSF    203          husband of Elizabeth JONES
JONES          Calvert Richard         1767      QSO    240          a deputation received from C.R.JONES
JONES          Charles                 1727      QSF    193          practiseing Proctor
JONES          Charles                 c1635     ASM    191          of Penarth
JONES          Christopher             1767      QSO    241          juror ( of Lavernock)
JONES          Christopher             c1635     ASM    191          of Lavernocke
JONES          David                   1767      QSO    240          Gamekeeper
JONES          Elizabeth               1730      QSF    203          wife of Caleb JONES, had scandalous words said about her
JONES          Elizabeth               1793      QSP    252          presented for her pavement at the Red Lyon
JONES          Griffith                1729      QSF    202          pastor
JONES          James                   1730      QSF    203          was paid for caring Edward JOHN to Bridwell
JONES          John                    1729      QSF    202          signature on document
JONES          John                    1805      DOB    265          was councelled about the legality of erecting a chain gate
JONES          Samuel                  1810      QSP    256          presented for a nuisance in keeping a slaughter house
JONES          Thomas                  1767      QSO    241          juror ( of Pennarth)
JONES          William, Mr             1734      QSF    211          made a complaint
JOSEPH         Thomas                  1767      QSO    242          juror ( of Pentirch)
KEMEYS         Edmund                  1727      QSF    193          gent; practiseing Proctor
KEW            Rees                    c1635     ASM    191          of Leckewith
KEY            John                    1793      QSP    251          presented for a bake house in St Mary
KEY            John                    1805      DOB    263          a trustee
KEY            Thomas                  1796      QSP    253          presented for not repairing a stable near the mill gate
KEY            Thomas, Mr              1779      QSP    243          presented for not repairing the house adjoining the workhouse
KILL           John                    1731      QSF    204          was paid for 3 days work, 2s.6d.
KNIGHT         John, sir               1793      QSP    252          presented for not repairing the pavement
LANDEG         Roger                   1734      QSF    211
LASCELLES      Rowley, esq             1805      DOB    264          a trustee
LEWELIN        John                    1729      QSF    202          signature on document
LEWELIN        Thomas                  1739      QSF    222          his dwelling house was used as a meeting place for Protestant dissenters
LEWELLIN       John, esq               1744      QSF    226          justice of the peace
LEWIS          Anne                    1729      QSF    202          spinster, exhibits aarticles of Misdemeanour
LEWIS          David                   1737      QSF    215          of Aberavon, innkeeper, for keeping a disorderly house
LEWIS          Evan                    1799      QSP    254          presented for laying bricks on the road
LEWIS          Henry                   1748      QSF    232          Mercer, did not serve his seven years apprenticeship
LEWIS          Jemima                  1793      QSP    253          mantua maker
LEWIS          John                    1729      QSF    202          Constable
LEWIS          John                    1737      QSF    217          of Leckwith,
LEWIS          John                    1750      QSF    232          Smith
LEWIS          John                    1751      QSF    233          Blacksmith
LEWIS          John                    1752      QSO    238          inquest taken on the body of John LEWIS
LEWIS          John                    1793      QSP    251          presented for not repairing the pavement
LEWIS          Lewis                   1779      QSP    244          Breeches Maker; for carrying on business not being free of the Town
LEWIS          Samuel                  c1801     DOB    262          agreed to give up the north end of Castle Field (not agreed to)
LEWIS          Thomas                  1748      QSF    231          Goaler.
LEWIS          Thomas                  1751      QSF    233          Gaoler
LEWIS          Thomas                  1751      QSF    233          appointed to be gamekeeper
LEWIS          Thomas                  1753      QSF    235          gaoler
LEWIS          Thomas                  1788      QSP    248          glover; presented for carrying on trade without being free
LEWIS          Thomas                  1805      DOB    263          a trustee
LEWIS          Thomas                  c1635     ASM    191          of Lavernocke
LEWIS          Thomas Morgan           1743      QSF    224          commonly called by the name of Steppers
LEWIS          Thomas Morgan,jnr       1732      QSF    209          yeoman of Rudry
LEWIS          Thomas Morgan,snr       1732      QSF    209          had scandalous words said about him
LEWIS          Thomas, esq             1744      QSF    227          justice of the peace
LEWIS          Thomas, esq             1767      QSO    240          juror (of Lanishen)
LEWIS          Thomas, esq             1799      DOB    260          surveyor
LEWIS          William                 1748      QSF    232          yeoman, for unlawfully exercising the art of feltmakers
LEWIS          William Edward          1787      QSP    247          presented for a dunghill by the south gate
LEWIS          William, esq            1793      QSP    251          presented for leaving timber in St Mary's
LEWIS          William, esq            1799      QSP    254          presented for laying pig iron on the road
LEWIS          William, jnr            1788      QSP    249          malster; for carrying on trade without being free
LEWIS          Wyndham                 1799      DOB    260          is appointed a surveyor
LEWIS          Wyndham                 1805      DOB    264          of Lanishen; a trustee
LLEWELLIN      Edward, Mr              1767      QSO    242          juror ( of St. Fagans)
LLEWELLIN      Henry, Mr               1734      QSF    211          received from Mr LLEWELLIN, £2.15s.
LLEWELLIN      Henry, Mr               1757      QSO    239          
LLEWELLYN      David                   1787      QSP    247          presented for a dunghill
LLEWELYN       Henry, Mr               1739      QSF    219          County Treasurer
LLOYD          Edmund                  1745      QSF    230          Steward to the Lord Windsor
LOND           Joanna                  1744      QSF    225/6        did keep a certain Common gaming house for a certain unlawfull game.
LOUGHER        Ann                     1751      QSF    233          wife of Hopkin LOUGHER, was conveyed to Neath
LOUGHER        Hopkin                  1751      QSF    233          husband of Ann LOUGHER
LOVE           Thomas                  1729      QSF    199          gent, 
LOWDER         Mr                      1780      QSP    245          
MAATHEW        Edward                  1767      QSO    242          juror ( of St. Fagans)
MACKWORTH      Bartholomew,Sir         1787      QSP    248          
MACKWORTH      Digby, sir              1796      QSP    253          presented for a ruin
MACKWORTH      Herbert, esq            1744      QSF    226          justice of the peace
MACKWORTH      Robert, Sir             1793      QSP    251          presented for a ruin in St Mary's
MATHEW         Anthony                 1747      QSO    237          struck off the Freeholders Book
MATHEW         Daniel                  1732      QSF    209          of Lantrissent, for slander
MATHEW         George                  1717      GRP    192          of Landaff, and of Thurles in Ireland
MATHEW         Gwenllian               1728      QSF    198          widow, for uttering scandalous welsh words
MATHEW         John                    1737      QSF    216          overseer of the poor
MATHEW         William                 1767      QSO    241          juror ( of Landough)
MATHEWS        Anthony                 1737      QSF    217          yeoman
MATHEWS        Anthony                 1767      QSO    240          Gamekeeper
MATHEWS        Anthony                 1800      DOB    260          was paid ten pounds towards making a bank above the red pool
MATHEWS        Anthony, Mr             1767      QSO    241          juror ( of Lecwith)
MATHEWS        Anthony, gent           1805      DOB    263          a trustee; brother to Father MATHEW
MATHEWS        Anthony, gent           1809      DOB    266          part of the North Rd was assigned to the surveyorship of A.MATHEWS
MATHEWS        Jane vid'               1717      GRP    192          The Castle of Landaff & land called Arles
MATHEWS        John                    1767      QSO    241          juror ( of Landough)
MATHEWS        Thomas                  1717      GRP    192          5 a, on Canton Moors in ten'
MATHEWS        Thomas                  1767      QSO    240          a deputation from MATHEW's of Thomas-Town in the county of Tipperary
MATHEWS        Thomas, Mr              1767      QSO    241          juror ( of Lecwith)
MATHEWS        Thomas, esq             1767      QSO    241          juror ( of Landaff)
MATTHEW        Blethin, Mr             1810      DOB    266          was given notice to remove the nuisance he has comitted
MATTHEWS       Thomas                  1727      QSF    193          J.P.
MEREDITH       Joseph                  1745      QSF    229          yeoman, of Roath
MEREDITH       Miles                   1767      QSO    241          juror ( of Roath)
MEREDITH       Thomas                  1727      QSF    197          bailiff
MEREDITH       William                 1731      QSF    205          did have scandalous welsh words said about him
MILES          William                 1767      QSO    241          juror ( of Cairo)
MINNIT         Francis, esq            1780      QSP    245          justice of the peace
MINNITT        John                    1739      QSF    219          signature on a receipt
MORGAN         Charles, esq            1793      QSP    251          presented for not repairing the pavement
MORGAN         Charles, esq            c1801     DOB    262          
MORGAN         Charles. esq            1805      DOB    265          a trustee
MORGAN         David                   1739      QSF    221          1s was paid " ffor takeing the irons of David MORGAN"
MORGAN         David                   1739      QSF    222          of Landough
MORGAN         Edward                  1784      DOB    257          J.P
MORGAN         Edward, esq             1805      DOB    264          of Landaff; a trustee
MORGAN         James                   1733      QSF    210          scandalous words said about him
MORGAN         Jane                    1729      QSF    201          lately dy'd in the Goal
MORGAN         John                    1731      QSF    204          keeper of his Majesty's goal
MORGAN         John                    1737      QSF    216          overseer of the poor
MORGAN         John                    1767      QSO    241          juror ( of Landaff)
MORGAN         Richard                 1729      QSF    202          signature on document
MORGAN         Thomas                  1737      QSF    215          expences paid, for the transportation of Thomas MORGAN
MORGAN         Thomas                  1739      QSF    222          of Landough
MORGAN         Thomas                  1751      QSF    234          deputy clerk of the peace
MORGAN         Thomas                  1752      QSF    234          of Ruperra
MORGAN         Thomas                  1755      QSO    239          was robbed of a quantity of iron
MORGAN         Thomas                  1767      QSO    242          juror ( of Whitchurch)
MORGAN         Thomas                  1787      QSP    247          gaoler; (discharged fees not paid)
MORGAN         Thomas                  1788      QSP    249          Hard ware man; for carrying on trade without being free
MORGAN         Thomas                  1793      QSP    251          presented for not repairing the pavement before his house
MORGAN         Thomas                  1796      QSP    253          presented for regrating fowls &c
MORGAN         Thomas, gent            1742      QSF    224          steward to Lord Windsor
MORGAN         Thomas, gent            1801      DOB    261          commissioner under the act
MORGAN         William                 1727      QSF    193          clerk
MORGAN         William                 1739      QSF    221          was paid for forty two foot of timber
MORGAN         William                 1745      QSF    229          tiler,
MORGAN         William                 1751      QSF    233          1s was paid for taking off Wm MORGAN's irons
MORGAN         William, gent           1805      DOB    265          of Watford
MORGAN         William, jnr            1734      QSF    211          of Langevelach, "potfounder" entered into recognizances
MORGAN         William, snr            1734      QSF    211          of Langevelach, "potfounder" entered into recognizances
MORRIS         Francis                 1793      QSP    253          clothseller
MORRIS         Richard                 1787      QSP    247          discharged, 7/4d will call to settle; fees paid
MORT           Kate                    1742      QSF    224          vagabond, died
NICHOLL        Thomas                  1752      QSF    235          licensed ale house keeper
OAKEY          John                    1745      QSF    229          was paid 3s for a Wrapper and a fflannen
OWEN           John                    1796      QSP    254          lab'r paid £5 bond
OWEN           Rachel                  1744      QSF    228          was conveyed from Cardiffe Goal to Swansea, and was whipped
PARRY          Thomas                  1744      QSF    228          was conveyed by an Habeas Corpus, from Caardiffe Goal to Hereford
PENGREE        George, esq             1779      QSP    243          presented for not repairing the Bridge
PENGREE        George, esq             1780      QSP    245          presented for the flood gate by the mills as a nuisance
PENRY          Henry                   1729      QSF    199          did make an oath
PERKINS        William                 1810      QSP    256          presented for hanging skins in the front of his house
PHILLIP        John                    1739      QSF    220          clerk of the peace
PHILLIP        Luce                    1744      QSF    227/8        Widow, for buying & selling goods and victuals coming to market,
PHILLIP        William                 1730      QSF    204          witness
PHILLIPPS      William                 1731      QSF    204          disbursed and laid out money for repairing the Goal
PHILLIPPS      William                 1731      QSF    206          keeper of the gaol, was abused and assaulted
PHILLIPPS      William                 1734      QSF    212          paid out money "for horse hire in going to Bridgen with two to be whipped"
PHILLIPS       William                 1729      QSF    200          Keeper of the County Goal; Expenses
PHILLIPS       William                 1730      QSF    203          signature on document
PHILLIPS       William                 1734      QSF    213          made his account, for the whipping of Neste EVAN
POPKIN         Hopkin                  1753      QSF    236          1s paid "for Ironing Hopkin POPKIN's
POPKINS        Thom as                 1734      QSF    211          made his account
POPKINS        Thomas                  1727      QSF    193          J.P.
POWELL         Bartholomew             1767      QSO    242          juror ( of St. Fagans)
POWELL         Henry                   1731      QSF    208          did have scandalous words said about him
POWELL         John, esq               1744      QSF    226          justice of the peace
POWELL         Joseph                  1734      QSF    211          
POWELL         Richard, esq            1737      QSF    218          clerk of the peace
POWELL         William                 1782      QSP    246          presented for a trap door by his dwelling
PRATT          Anne                    1737      QSF    215          expences paid, for the transportation of Anne Pratt
PRICE          Anne                    1731      QSF    204          expences was paid for the transporting of Anne PRICE
PRICE          John                    1784      DOB    257          surveyor
PRICE          John, esq               1805      DOB    264          of Landaff; a trustee
PRICE          Nicholas, esq           1787      DOB    258          trustee
PRICE          Thomas                  1734      QSF    211          made his account
PRICE          Thomas, esq             1744      QSF    226          justice of the peace
PRICE          Watkin                  1808      DOB    266          The toll on the turn pike road was let to Watkin PRICE
PRICE          William, Mr             1767      QSO    242          juror ( of Pentirch)
PRICHARD       John                    1732      QSF    209          did have scandalous words said about him
PRICHARD       William                 1810      QSP    256          presented for laying tiles on the said lands of the corporation
PRIEST         Mr                      1731      QSF    204          was paid for 2 boats loading of stones for the bridge
PRIEST         Richard                 1752      QSF    235          was paid for brick 
PRIEST         Richard                 1793      QSP    252          presented for a grate adjoining the malthouse
PRIEST         William                 1793      QSP    252          presented for a grate adjoining the malthouse
PRYCE          William                 1784      DOB    257          J.P.
REES           Hopkin                  1755      QSO    239          was robbed of a quantity of iron
REES           Jacob                   1729      QSF    202          signature on document
REES           Nehemia                 1734      QSF    211
REES           Thomas                  1793      QSP    252          presented for stopping the Gout by the north gate
REWELL         John                    1732      QSF    209          yeoman, for uttering scandalous welsh words
REYNOLDS       Richard                 1793      QSP    251          presented for not repairing his trapp door by the malthouse
RICHARD        David                   1729      QSF    201          lately dy'd in the Goal
RICHARD        William                 1729      QSF    199          gent, for uttering libellous words
RICHARDS       Captain                 c1801     DOB    262          road to be altered around his land
RICHARDS       David                   1810      DOB    257          serjeant at mace
RICHARDS       George, esq             1805      DOB    265          a trustee
RICHARDS       John                    1729      QSF    199          Minister
RICHARDS       John                    1730      QSF    203          husband of Margaret RICHARDS
RICHARDS       John                    1790      QSP    249          his Majesty's justice
RICHARDS       John, esq               1810      QSP    256          presented for a dunghill 
RICHARDS       John, snr esq           1782      QSP    246          presented for not repairing the street before his stables
RICHARDS       Madam                   1731      QSF    204          was paid, for timber
RICHARDS       Margaret                1730      QSF    203          wife of John RICHARDS, for uttering scandalous welsh words
RICHARDS       Michael                 1737      QSF    218          presented for permitting disorderly people
RICHARDS       Michael, esq            1735      QSF    214          J.P.
RICHARDS       Philip                  1735      QSF    213          charged with taking away one fighting cock
RICHARDS       Samuel, Rev             1731      QSF    205          of Bonvilston, was ordered to pay for the small tithes
RICHARDS       William                 1744      QSF    227          justice of the peace
RICHARDS       William                 1788      QSP    249          for carrying on trade without being free
RICHARDS       William, esq            1731      QSF    204          was paid, for bricke
RICHARDS       the elder               1787      DOB    258          trustee
RICHARDSON     & co                    1793      QSP    252          bankers
RIGBY          Peter, esq              1805      DOB    265          was granted leave to turn the road near his house
ROBERT         Lewis                   1739      QSF    222          money was paid for the burrying of Lewis ROBERT'S bastard child
ROBERT         Richard                 1731      QSF    204          was paid 19s.6d
ROBERT         Thomas                  1793      QSP    252          presented for leaving a cart and dunghill
ROBERTS        Thomas                  1770      QSO    242          builder, to be paid £50 towards expences
ROBOTHAM       John                    1767      QSO    242          juror ( of Radyr)
ROBOTHAM       Oliver                  1767      QSO    242          juror ( of Radyr)
ROBOTHAM       Oliver, gent            1796      DOB    259          a trustee
ROBOTHAN       Oliver                  1747      QSF    230          nominated and appointed Gamekeeper
ROODS          George, Mr              1731      QSF    204          expences paid for George ROODS ffunerall
ROSSER         John                    c1635     ASM    191          collector
ROSSER         Roger                   1737      QSF    218          presented for neglecting his duty as Surveyor of Highways
ROSSER         Thomas                  1729      QSF    198          labourer, for uttering libelllous words
ROSSER         Thomas                  1730      QSF    203          was charged 10s "for kiping the Shire Hale windows in repair"
ROSSER         William                 1750      QSF    232          1s was paid for taking off the irons from Wm ROSSER, being too close            
ROSSER         William                 1750      QSO    237          indicted for stealing a quantity of Wheat
ROUS           Mrs                     1780      QSP    246          presented for the wall as an encroachment
ROUS           Robert                  1796      DOB    259          a trustee
ROUS           Robert, esq             1796      QSP    253          presented for the tythe barn in ruin
ROWDEN         John                    1796      QSP    254          he was assaulted
RUGG           William                 1799      QSP    254          presented for laying timber on waste near east gate
SAMUEL         David, esq              1805      DOB    264          a trustee
SAUAGE         Thomas                  1744      QSF    227          charged with begging and wandring abroad 
SAVOURS        Robert                  1779      QSP    243          bailiff
SAYS           Evan                    1727      QSF    193          J.P.
SCANDRETT      Thomas                  1790      QSP    249          fined five pounds
SCANDRETT      William                 1779      QSP    244          butcher, 
SCURFIELD      William                 1787      QSP    248          presented for a dunghill
SEWARD         John                    1727      QSF    197          gent, Steward
SIMMONS        David                   1734      QSF    212          husband of Elizabeth SIMMONS
SIMMONS        Elizabeth               1734      QSF    212          wife of David SIMMONS, she was assaulted by Rebecca SIMMONS
SIMMONS        Rebecca                 1734      QSF    212          wife of, Simon SIMMONS, was convicted of breaking and entering & assault
SIMMONS        Simon, gent             1734      QSF    212          husband of, Rebecca SIMMONS
SINCLAIR       Archibald               1788      QSP    249          Tea dealer; for carrying on trade without being free
SMITH          Ann                     1743      QSF    225          daughter of Margarett SMITH
SMITH          Margarett               1743      QSF    225          was conveyed on horse back to Neath
STIBBS         Lionel                  1745      QSO    236          for assaulting Nicholas JAYNE
STONE          William                 1752      QSF    234          barber, was paid a reward of 10s
SYDNEY         Joselyn, esq            1727      QSF    193          J.P.
TAITT          William, esq            1805      DOB    264          banker; a trustee
TANNER         Arthur                  1779      QSP    244          Hatter, presented for carrying on business not being free of the Town
TAYNTON        Nathaniel               1739      QSF    223
THACKWELL      John                    1788      QSP    248          watchmaker; for carrying on trade without being free
THOMAS         Ann                     1731      QSF    208          alias Gabins
THOMAS         Edward                  1751      QSF    233          was put in irons
THOMAS         Edward                  1784      QSP    257          of The Red House Inn. Cardiff
THOMAS         Edward                  1787      DOB    258          known by the name of the Cardiff Arms
THOMAS         Edward                  1810      QSP    256          presented for stopping the road
THOMAS         Elizabeth               1756      QSO    239          wife of Morgan THOMAS labourer, convicted for stealing
THOMAS         Elizabeth               c1801     DOB    262          had an allotment
THOMAS         Esther                  1753      QSF    236          1s paid "for Ironing Esther THOMAS'
THOMAS         Henry                   1736      QSF    214          keeper of the county gaol
THOMAS         Jacob                   1810      QSP    257          serjeant at mace
THOMAS         James                   1793      QSP    253          victualler
THOMAS         James, esq              1727      QSF    197          magistrate
THOMAS         Jane                    1739      QSF    221          1s was paid" ffor putting irons on Jane THOMAS"
THOMAS         Jane                    1739      QSF    222          prisoner in the county goal, (her bastard child by Lewis ROBERTS was burried
THOMAS         John, jnr. gent         1767      QSO    240          juror (of Lanedarn)
THOMAS         John, snr, gent         1767      QSO    240          juror (Lanedarn)
THOMAS         Lewis                   1727      QSF    197          chief constable
THOMAS         Lewis, gent             1748      QSF    231          made an oath
THOMAS         Margaret                1728      QSF    198          took out a libel action 
THOMAS         Margaret                1739      QSF    222          widow of Lavernock, charged with having wrongfully milked a cow
THOMAS         Martha                  1753      QSO    238          wife of William THOMAS, also convicted for stealing. to be whipped
THOMAS         Mary                    1788      QSP    249          spinster, millinery; for carrying on trade without being free
THOMAS         Mary                    1796      QSP    253          presented for a pigstye in St Mary's
THOMAS         Maud                    1727      QSF    197          wife of John THOMAS, committed for being a common desturber
THOMAS         Morgan                  1745      QSF    229          yeoman, was charged by his sister Elizabeth THOMAS with beating her 
THOMAS         Richard                 1729      QSF    199          Churchwarden
THOMAS         Richard                 1767      QSO    241          juror ( of Lisvane)
THOMAS         Robert                  1729      QSF    202          signature on document
THOMAS         Rowland                 1737      QSF    218          labourer
THOMAS         Thomas                  1717      GRP    192          Part of the common pound, in ten'
THOMAS         Thomas                  1782      QSP    246          clerk; presented for a heap of rubbish opposite his Coach house
THOMAS         Thomas, esq             1805      DOB    264          of Lanbradach; a trustee
THOMAS         Thomas, esq             1805      DOB    265          was councelled about the legality of erecting a chain gate
THOMAS         William                 1728      QSF    198          a witness
THOMAS         William                 1729      QSF    200          tinker; whipped at Landaff, Neath and Cardiff
THOMAS         William                 1732      QSF    209          of the parish of Eglwsilan, for uttering scandalous words
THOMAS         William                 1734      QSF    212          had scandalous words said about him
THOMAS         William                 1753      QSO    238          convicted for stealing several sheafs of wheat. transported for 7 yrs 
THOMAS         William Morgan, gent    1805      DOB    265          was councelled about the legality of erecting a chain gate
TOBERVILLE     Thomas                  1717      GRP    192          of Cornely Hall in the parish of Pile
TOLLMAN        Richard                 1788      QSP    248          plumber & glazier; for carrying on trade without being free
TOWGOOD        John, esq               1727      QSF    193          J.P.
TRAHERNE       Llewellin, esq          1805      DOB    265          a trustee
TREHARN        Edmund                  1737      QSF    218          Steward
TURBERVILLE    Anthony                 1739      QSF    223          son and heir, of Thomas TURBERVILLE
TURBERVILLE    Edward                  1757      QSO    239          having proved that he is 72 yrs and upwards (struck off ye ffreeholders bk)
TURBERVILLE    John                    1793      QSP    252          presented for leaving a dunghill
TURBERVILLE    Richard                 1731      QSF    208          Test Oaths sworn
TURBERVILLE    William, Mr             1767      QSO    242          juror ( of Radyr)
TYNTE          John Kemeys             c1801     DOB    262          had an allotment by the Tithe Barn
VACHELL        Charles                 1796      QSP    254          "pleads an exemption for having served his majesty"
VATCHELL       Charles                 1793      QSP    252          druggest
VAUGHAN        Richard                 1790      QSP    250          earthenware dealer; for permitting his bull dog to go unmussled
VAUGHAN        Thomas                  1810      QSP    256          surgeon &c
VERITY         Josiah                  1788      QSP    249          mercery &c; for carrying on trade without being free
WALTERS        James                   1810      QSP    255          presented for a dunghill near the south gate
WATKIN         George                  1730      QSF    204          parchment printed certificate of that he did receive the Sacrament
WATKIN         Henry                   1731      QSF    204          expences was paid for the transporting of Henry WATKIN
WATKIN         Lewis                   1751      QSO    238          his dwelling house to be registered as a place proper for divine worship
WATKIN         Morgan, esq             1737      QSF    217          Steward
WATKIN         Rees                    1736      QSF    214          carpenter
WATKIN         Richard                 1737      QSF    216          overseer of the poor
WATKIN         Thomas                  1753      QSF    235          "expences of two journeys to Bristol in order to transport Thomas WATKIN
WATKINS        John                    1751      QSF    234          carpenter, was paid 12s for "Six Secret Crablocks"
WATKINS        Lewis                   1731      QSF    208          of Llantrissent, for uttering scandalous welsh words
WATKINS        Lewis                   1752      QSF    234          his house was ordered to be registered as a meeting-house for Baptists
WATKINS        Richard                 1747      QSF    231          chief constable
WATKINS        Thomas                  1752      QSF    235          It was agreed with merchants for transporting WATKINS
WATSON         John                    1727      QSF    197          a Vagrant, found wandering
WEBB           Thomas                  1739      QSF    222          of the parish of Coggan
WESTMACUTTS    William, Mr             1805      DOB    265          his ffield "be forthwith repaired"
WHITEING       Arthur                  1793      QSP    251          presented for a dunghill
WILKINS        Thomas                  1727      QSF    193          signature on document
WILLET         Ricket                  1787      QSP    247          serjeant at mace
WILLET         Ricket, Mr              1779      QSP    243          presented for a deep gutter by the door of his house
WILLIAM        Ann                     1756      QSO    239          spinster, convicted for stealing
WILLIAM        Edward                  1729      QSF    200          was whipped at Caerphilly
WILLIAM        Griff                   1729      QSF    200          Expenses paid for the burying of Griff WILLIAM
WILLIAM        Griffith                1729      QSF    201          lately dy'd in the Goal
WILLIAM        James                   1729      QSF    201          lately dy'd in the Goal
WILLIAM        James                   1729      QSF    200          Expenses paid for the burying of James William
WILLIAM        John                    1729      QSF    201          lately dy'd in the Goal
WILLIAM        John                    1767      QSO    240          juror (of Lanishen)
WILLIAM        John                    1767      QSO    241          juror ( of Pennarth)
WILLIAM        John                    c1635     ASM    191          of Leckewith
WILLIAM        Lewelyn                 1744      QSF    228          was conveyed from Cardiffe Goal to Bridgend
WILLIAM        Llewelin                1737      QSF    216          overseer of the poor
WILLIAM        Llewelin                1737      QSF    217          of Glyndylais, yeoman. convicted for swearing
WILLIAM        Mary                    1729      QSF    201          lately dy'd in the Goal
WILLIAM        Phillip                 1767      QSO    242          juror ( of Whitchurch)
WILLIAM        Thomas                  1729      QSF    201          lately dy'd in the Goal
WILLIAM        Thomas                  1744      QSF    229          made his accounts
WILLIAMS       Bloom                   1787      QSP    258          trustee
WILLIAMS       Bloom                   1790      QSP    249          his Majesty's justice
WILLIAMS       Charles                 1787      QSP    247          dealer in fowls and retailer of sundry articles
WILLIAMS       George                  1739      QSF    219          overseer
WILLIAMS       James                   1751      QSF    233          6d was paid for takeing a single iron of James WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS       Jenkin                  1727      QSF    193          practiseing Proctor
WILLIAMS       John, esq               1738      QSO    236          presentment made
WILLIAMS       John, gent              1767      QSO    240          juror (of Lanedarn)
WILLIAMS       Lewellin, esq           1744      QSF    226          justice of the peace
WILLIAMS       Mary                    1780      QSP    245          presented "the front of her house & shop as an encroachment"
WILLIAMS       Mary                    1782      QSP    247          spinster, currier; had to pay 7s.4d.
WILLIAMS       Rachell                 1730      QSF    203          had scandalous welsh words said about her
WILLIAMS       Thomas                  1729      QSF    198          of Llangynyd,Brecon. 
WILLIAMS       Thomas                  1739      QSF    222          keeper of the Goal
WILLIAMS       Thomas                  1744      QSF    228          Keeper
WILLIAMS       Thomas                  1748      QSF    232          Gaol Keeper
WILLIAMS       Thomas                  1787      QSP    248          presented for a dunghill in the street
WILLIAMS       Thomas                  1790      QSP    250          presented for not repairing the causeway by the barn
WILLIAMS       Thomas, gent            1767      QSO    240          juror (of Lanishen)
WILLIAMS       William                 1730      QSF    203          son, of Rachell WILLIAMS
WILLIAMS       William                 1750      QSO    236          labourer, indicted for maiming cattle
WILLIAMS       William                 1767      QSO    241          juror ( of Landough)
WILLIAMS       William                 1811      DOB    266          a Commissioner
WILLIAMS       William                 c1801     DOB    262          a survey was taken of his estate
WILLIAMS       William, gent           1805      DOB    264          a trustee
WOOD           John, gent              1793      QSP    252          presented for leaving a cart in the back street
WOOD           John, jnr               1810      QSP    255          presented for a dunghill against his house
WOOD           John, the elder         1805      DOB    263          banker; a trustee
WOOD           John, the younger       1805      DOB    263          attorney; a trustee