Thursday, December 13, 2012

RN #163 Oswestry - Wat's Dyke

Oswestry was a central location to many of my JONES family tree.  Early on, it was part of the Welsh Kingdom of Powys Vadog.  The "Lordship of Oswesry" was in the "Hundred of Oswestry" and considered a borough, a market town, and a parish.

Returns of the Clergy Defence Association - (Catalogue Ref. 177)
     Leighton family of Sweeney Hall, Shropshire
Maps and charts of area
Oswestry (Docese of St. Asaph)
Calendar of Patent Rolls,  1328 AD, "Oswaldestre"
John Trevor, lands in town
Hundred of Oswestry
Oswestry - town properties
     Venables family of Shropshire
     Lovett family of Henlle Hall, Shropshire
     Hanmer family of Pentrepant, Shropshire
     Halston estate, muniments of title
     Price-Davies family of Marrington Hall, Chirbury, Shropshire
     Mostyn Owen family of Rednal, Shropshire
     Lloyd family of Leaton Knolls, Shropshire
Oswestry, Town Properties (Catalogue Ref. 484)
     1516-1662 AD [abstracted]
Lord of Bromfield (charts)
Welsh Probate Records, Diocese of St. Asaph (Catalogure Ref. SA)
Wat's Dyke

For a general discussion see:  titled "Maes Usswalt - Maserfield- Oswestry",  dated Saturday, Jan. 21, 2012

For Wat's Dyke see:  titled "Wat's Dyke" dated Tuesday, Oct., 25, 2011

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