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ADX/1104: Documents from Gilfachau Farm, Llanddeiniol.
[GB 0212] ADX/1104Title:
Documents from Gilfachau Farm, Llanddeiniol.Date(s):
0.013m3Scope and Content:
1. Mortgage in Fees
Mr Jas. Watkins to Mrs Hughes, Mortgage in Fees for Securing £300. No.9
10 June 1794
2. Testament of Mr James Watkins, Llangfihangel Geneur Glyn (in corner, £7.9.0)
D.A.S. Davies Esquire, to Matthew D. Williams Esq. Assignment of certain Messuages called Gilfache and Tanyparke situate in the parishes of Llanrhystid and Llanddeinol in the County of Cardigan for the residue of 3 several terms of 500 years, 500 years and 1,000 years. In trust to attend the Inheritance purchased by James Morice Esquire as within mentioned.
14 April 1829
Mrs Martha Davies to James Morice Esq, Lease for a Year
15 April 1829
Mrs Martha Davies to James Morice Esq., Release in fee of certain Messuages or Tenements Farms and Lands called Cilfache and Tynyparke situate in the Parishes of Llanrhystid and Llanddeinol in the County of Cardigan.
16 April 1829
6. Probate Will of James Morice Esq., Deceased. Carrog, Llanddeiniol. No 146 (39), also "Exd."
22 May 1839
7. Deed for Disentailing, and Mortgage
James Morice Esquire to Pierce Evans Esquire, Deed for Disentailing certain Messuages Lands and hereditaments situate in the Parish of Llanrhystid in the county of Cardigan And Mortgage thereof for securing the sum of £1,000 and interest and subject thereto for resettling the said hereditaments to new uses.
Enrolled in Her Majestty's High Court of Chancery the second day of September in the year of our Lord 1846 Pursuant to the Act of Parliament 3rd. and 4th. William the 4th Cass 74. (in corners 1616.02.09., £3.7.6, 97 Rs, signed D Drew. also Messr. Holme H.) Parry & Atwood Aberystwyth
27 June 1846
George Morice Esqre. to Mrs Ann Morice Widow Conveyance of one undivided seventh part or share in three several Farms called Penygraig, Cilfache and Tan y Parke in the several parishes of Llanddeiniol and Llanrhystid in the County of Cardigan
3 August 1852
9. Release and Conveyance
Messrs. Anne Morice Spinster, Thomas Morice Clerk and Hallen Morice Gentleman, to Mrs Anne Morice Widow. Release and Conveyance of Three Undivided Seventh parts or Shares of All those several Farms and lands called and known by the several Names of Penygraig, Cilfache and Tanyparke situate in the several Parishes of Llanddeinol and Llanrhystid in the County of Cardigan (in corner, Gilbertson, Bala)
9 April 1855
Pierce Evans Esqr. to Thomas Richards Morice Clerk and The Reverend James Battersby Clerk. Transfer of a Mortgage debt or Sum of £1,000 and interest upon certain Hereditaments, situate in the Parish of Llanrhystid in the County of Cardigan.
("George Morice, Aberystwyth" written below in small letters)
15 May 1856
11. Transfer Mortgage
Mr Robert Pugh Executor of David Roberts Esquire by the direction of and Mrs Anne Morice to Mr John Pugh. Transfer Mortgage of Four Undivided Seventh parts of Cilfache and Tanyparke Farm in the parishes of Llandeinol and Llanrhystid in the County of Cardigan for Securing £800 and Interest
16 April 1857
12. Release and Conveyance
Charles Lloyd Morice Esquire and Frances Mary Morice Spinster to Mrs Anne Morice Widow. Release and Conveyance of two Undivided Seventh parts or shares of All those several Farms and Lands called Penygraig, Cilfach and Tanyparke in the several parishes of Llanddeinol and Llanrhystid in the County of Cardiganshire
The Revd. Thomas R. Morice and The Revd. James Battersby to James Morice Esquire. Reconveyance of Premises in the Parish of Llanrhystid in the County of Cardiganshire
31 August 1866
Mr Robert Pugh Executor of Mr. John Pugh by the direction of Mrs Anne Morice to Mr Charles Lloyd Morice Surgeon. Transfer of Mortgage of four undivided Seventh parts or Shares of Cilfache and Tynyparke in the Parishes of Llanddeinol and Llanrhystud in the County of Cardigan for securing the Sum of £800 and interest
15. Assignment and Mortgage
The Revd. Thos. Whitney and Others to Mr Hugh Jones. Assignment and Mortgage for securing £1,200 and interest. (in corner, the name of the solicitor "Roberts & Evans")
4 November 1882