in the fourteenth century see ThomasStAsaph3 142. D.R.Thomas, The History of the Diocese of St Asaph (3 vols, London, 1908) (extensive revision of D.R.Thomas, A History of the Diocese of St Asaph, 5 pts in a single vol., London, 1870-74).
Earlier editors Newport is sited on the east instead of the west bank of the Usk (Parsons) Early Maps Overwritten no Attested spelling Niweport c. 1218 Gir; Novus Burgus 11th and 12th century; Welsh Castell Newyd ar Wysc 14th century
Record: Llanfihangel Castell Gwallter (Llandre) County Cardiganshire Transcript ...[angel] Icon description castle, walls with three (?) gates Icons gates (multiple) castle Description Appearances Etymology W llan, 'church' + Mihangel, pers. name Translation Earlier editors lanmihangel (Parsons) Early Maps Overwritten no
clerk Employment: monk of the monastery of Durham Location: Durham : city Place(s): Priory of Durham (monasterium Dunelm') : religious house Participant: Robert Walworth [de Walworth] Role: witness Details: male; clerk Employment: monk of the monastery of Durham Location: Durham