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Deposited by Archibold-Williams & Sons, Solicitors, Bala, per the Gwynedd Archives Services, Dolgellau Record Office, 2 January 1980.Scope and Content:
Deeds of Land and Property in Cardiganshire.
1. Richard Gwyn, of Kilypyll, in the parish of Nantkwnlle, Co. Card., gent.
Water course, grist mill, etc. in the parish of Nantkwnlle, commonly called Melin Kilypyll
Endorsement relating to an indenture made 3 April 1736 between Charles Pryce of the parish of Lanygwirefon, gent, and Thomas Richard of parish of Llanvihangel Lledyrhode, yeoman
8 May 1642
2. ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT
1. Dame Dorothy Pryse of Bodbage Parke, Co. Card., Widow
2. Sir Carbery Pryce of Gogarthan, Co. Card. Baronet
To let the Bwlch yr Esgair hir lead mines under the Manor and Lordship of Generglyn for 150 years determinable by death of 1.
With covenants: to lease all buildings he may require for working the mines; to take over the leases of all tenants prejudicially effected by mining activities; for payment for new discoveries of lead veins by the valuation of William Pughe of Mathavarn, Co.Montg. Esq.
Consideration: £200 on Jan. 1st 1692/3 under articles of agreement of Jan. 1st 1691/2 as specified. Annual rental of £100 subject to 2. continuing to work mines and being ejected by no one. £1OO on Sept. 29th 1693 with covenant for repayment if he is ejected.
Fragments of 2 Pendant Seals
14 Nov. 1692
3. MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT
1. Thomas Hugh parish of Llanbadarn Vawr, yeoman
2. Richard Lewis of Llevengwyn Co. Cardigan, Esq., Richard Hugh of Llwynglase parish of Llanvichangel Generglyn, gent., Simon Morris parish of Llanganvolyn, yeoman
On the marriage of Elizabeth eldest daughter of Simon Morris to Thomas Hugh, messuages and lands in the township of Elarth, parish of Llanbadarn Vawr called Tythyn Aber Nant y Corryd alias Tythyn y bedw and Tythyn Lletty Wenlly and Cae Issa yn nant y pervedd and in the township of Caylau and Maesmor parish of Llanvichangell Genorglyn called Tythyn glan yr avon with a dairy called Llyast gwar y Llath, Tythyn allt y Cadno, Tir y bryn mawr rhwng y ddwy forth and Tye y Cerrig Gwnion.
To the use of 1 and his issue by Elizabeth with remainder to his right heirs
Covenant for repayment of £26 15s. if Elizabeth dies without surviving issue before 1st June 1707
Consideration: £53 15s. (marriage portion)
20 Oct. 1704
4. ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE
1. Hugh Pugh of Cwmbiga, p. Trefeglwys, Co. Montgomeryshire, gent.
2. Thomas Hughe, p. Llanbadarn Vawr gent, his brother
Recites: mortgage by deed of feoffment, Sir Richard Pryse late of Gogarthan 4th Nov. 1668 to Thomas ap Hugh of Elarch, Llanbadarn Vawr gent, for £50 of Tythin Nant y Pervedd in Elarch
Assignment of mortgage to Catherine Hughe of Elarch on 14th January 1692/3
Assignment 1st Sept. 1710 to Hugh Pugh
Endorsed : Livery of seisin
18 January 1725/6
5. BARGAIN AND SALE leading to uses of a Recovery
1. James Evans of Noyadd, p. Llanvihangell Generglyn, gentleman
2. James Lewes of Nyne, Co. Cardigan and James Newland of the Co. Borough of Carmarthen, gentleman.
3. John Jones of Tyglyn parish of Llanddewy Aberarth, gentleman and Ellyd Evans of Aberystwyth, p. Llanbadarn Vaiwe, gentleman
4. John Griffiths of Penypompren p. Llanvihangell, gentleman
Messuages known by the names of Tythyn y Winllou alias Tythyn Bwlch y Bleiddbwll, Tythyn panty Gell, Tythyn panty Carw, Llwesty Castell, Coclan Lluest y Castell, Lluesty y Goru Cyft, Coclan Lluest y Corn Cyft, Tythyn y Noyodd, Tythyn Hetty Gorthen and a messuage called Tythyn Gerrig mawe and a messuage called Tythyn y Ty yn y Berth, Tythyn yn Rhelyg, Tythyn y Stylorgoch with a parcel of lands called Cae yr Gerydry and a messuage called Tythyn Keel pant Llyffant and Tythyn Llain y Brain Llwyne alias Gellen faire all in the townships of Caylan and Marsmere in the parish of Llanvihangell Gener Glyn
Consideration: 5 shillings
Seal 13th August 1751
6. EXEMPLIFICATION OF A RECOVERY
1. Evan Amvye, gent, and John Jones, gent, of Cwmcidrol (demandants)
2. Humphry Jones, gent, (tenant to the precipe)
3. John Jones of Aberystwyth, grocer
Of three messuages, 3 cottages, 3 barns, 5 gardens 3 orchards, etc. (800 acres) in Llanfyhangel-y- Croyddin, and Llanfyhangelgenerglyn.
Damaged seal 17th August 1785
7. COUNTERPART LEASE for 21 years
1. Elizabeth Lloyd, spinster
2. John William and Rees William, both of the parish of Caron
Messuage, lands etc. known as Blaen yr Esgair in the parish of Caron
Annual rent £21
8. COUNTERPART LEASE for 21 years
1. Elizabeth Lloyd, spinster, of Cefncoed, Co. Cardigan.
2. John Rowland, farmer, of Gwai Allt y brinaith, p. Llanilar
Messuage etc. called Berthlwyd, parish of Gwnnws, Co. Cardigan
Annual Rent: £10 to be paid twice yearly (12th May, 12th November)
9. EXEMPLIFICATION OF A RECOVERY
1. Thomas Griffiths, John Williams, gents.
2. John Beynon, gent.
Exemplification of recovery dated 29th March 1804 of 1 messuage, 1 stable etc. in the parish of Llanbadarnf awr
4 April 1804
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