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Penyrenglyn

August, 1882

  • 29 August

    Royal Exchange Public House Sold

    IMPORTANT PROPERTY SALE IN THE RHONDDA. Great interest was felt at Treherbert and the adjacent district on Monday, at a property sale which took place there. The auctioneer was Mr E. H. Davies, and he offered for disposal the Royal Exchange Public House, Penyrenglyn, which reached £1,300, the buyer being …

November, 1880

  • 27 November

    Alleged Attempted Murder at Pontypridd

    On Wednesday, at the police-court, Edward Evans, Penyrenglyn, Treherbert, on remand charged with attempting to murder a young woman named Lawes, Wood-road, by cutting her throat, was further remanded till that day week. It appeared that there is some doubt as to whether the prisoner was in his right mind …

July, 1880

  • 8 July

    Boy dead from drowning

    About half-past ten on Saturday morning three boys named Daniel Thomas Jones, aged eight years, son of John Jones, of Treherbert, and Thomas Whymer and Richard Griffiths, were playing near the River Rhondda at Penyrenglyn, on a plank which had been placed across the river for the convenience of colliers. …

May, 1880

  • 15 May

    Fatal Accident

    A little girl named Eleanor Henry was run over and killed on Saturday by a waggon at Penyrenglyn, belonging to Messrs. Pegler and Son, grocers, Treorky. It seems that the driver saw the child on the road, but was unable to pull up in time to save bar.

December, 1874

  • 29 December

    Dastardly Outrage at Treherbert

    On Monday at the Treherbert petty sessions (before Mr. Gwilym Williams), Robert Davies, Ystrad, was charged with cutting and wounding John Jenkins, Treherbert. The complainant, the side of whose face was covered with plaister, said that on Saturday night he was at the Blacksmith Inn, Penyrenglyn, when the prisoner came …