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									                                    NANHORON
              Deposited by Claude H. Lloyd-Edwards, esq., DL, JP,
                          Nanhoron, Caernarvonshire

                                       1935098

Estate and family records of Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Caernarfon, and, associated
families: Vaughan of Bronheulog, co. Denbigh, Lloyd of Rhosbeirio and Hirdrefaig,
Anglesey, Robinson of Monachty, Anglesey, and Gwersyllt, co. Denbigh, Jones of
Gellwig, co. Caernarfon, and Browning of London; 15th-19th cent. Other records in
Gwynedd RO (Caernarfon).
Schedules [1934], 170 pp.; [1945], 6 pp. Annual Report 1934-35, p. 43; 1944-45, p.
31. NLWJ 2 (1941-2), pp. 78-9.

CONTENTS
Manuscript volumes
Deeds, letters, and estate papers
Newspapers.

MANUSCRIPT VOLUMES.
I. LEGAL PRECEDENTS, etc. Paper; 194pp., with a large number of blank pages;
238 x 180 mm.; bound in rough calf with remnants of green ribbon ties.
An entry book of legal instruments including marriage settlements and other
documents relating to the Griffith family of Cefnamlwch 1710-8, marriage
settlements of Trugarne, 1690, and Y Plas yn Llanvair Iscaer, 1724, the will of Sir
William Williams of Vaenol, 1695, the opinion of John Comyns on the case of Sir
Arthur Owen‟s claim to wreckage between the Dovey and Barmouth, 1722, a
declaration in action for the possession of a seat in Machynlleth church, a copy of the
appointment of Richard Edwards of Nanhoron to be deputy Mayor of Caernarvon,
1668, and a copy of a letter on Parliamentary reform addressed to John Cartwright,
esq., by the Earl of Selkirk, 1809.

II. RENTALS. Paper; 274pp., interleaved with blotting paper; 244 x 188mm; bound
in sheepskin with a flap.
A volume of rentals of the estate of Captain Timothy Edwards, 1776 and 1811-1818.

III. LETTER BOOK. Paper; 426pp. 365 x 233mm.; bound in half calf.
An entry book of letters received by Colonel Edwards of Nanhoron, and copies of
other letters, 1820-1830. A number of the letters relate to politics in Caernarvonshire,
especially in 1825-6. The volume contains copies of letters written by the following:
ANGLESEY Address of the Grand Jury of, 1818.
ANTHONY. J.H.
ARNOLD, Edward.
ASHURST, Thomas.
BAILEY, Thos.
BARCLAY, PERKINS & Co.
BEACHCROFT, R.P.
BINNS, W.
BOILEAU, Capt, J.
BROWNE, Sir Henry.
BULKLEY, Warren, viscount.
BURT, A.
CALDICOTT, W. Lloyd.
CARREG, Edward.
CLOSE, Rev. Richard.
CROKER, Mr.
CUMMINGS, Geo.
DAVIES, Robert (surgeon).
DESBOIS & WHEELER (Messrs.)
DICKEY, STRAND & Co.
DOLLMAN, T.F.
EARLES & CARTER (Messrs.)
EDWARDS, Ann Browning.
EDWARDS, Rev. Howel Holland.
EDWARDS, John Browning.
EDWARDS, Robert.
ELLIS, John.
EMMOTT, William.
EVANS, Evan.
EVANS, John.
FAULKNER, G.
FOULKES, Henry.
GARNONS, Richard.
GILLOW & CO. (Messrs.)
GODDARD, J.
GODDARD, Norris.
GOLDING, Miller.
GOLIGHTLY, Richard.
GOWERS, J.W.
GRAHAM, Sir James.
GREENWOOD & COX (Messrs.)
GRIFFITH, John.
HAMPTON, Major J.H.
HARDINGE, H.
HARRISON, G.
HASLAM, J.
HMOFRAY, George.
HORNIDGE, John,
HUGHES, John.
HUGHES, Robert.
JENKINS & ABBOTT (Messrs)
JOHNSTON, Percival.
JONES, Mrs. E.
JONES, Col. Evan.
JONES, Rev. Hugh Wynne.
JONES, Rev. John.
JONES, Rev. Robert.
JONES, William.
JONES, William Henry.
KELLY, J.
KENYON, George.
KINDER, Charles & Robert.
KRIE, David.
KENTHALL, K.J.W.
LLOYD, Edward Ll.
LLOYD, John
Lloyd, William
LOCKIER, Miss E
LUNTLEY, P
MAJENDIE, H.W., bishop of Bangor.
MANIFOLD (Messrs)
MARSH, John
MATRIN, Jos‟h
MASON, W
MATTHEWS, John
MORGAN, J.J.
NANNEY, O.I.E.
O‟BRIEN & MOLLOG (Messrs)
OLDFIELD, J.
OSBALESTON, William
OWEN, Hugh (Bala)
OWEN, John
PACKINGTON, Sir John
PAGEST, B.
PAGET, Sir Charles.
PAGET, H.W., Marquis of Anglesey
PARRY, Col. Love
PAYNTER, John
PELLATT, T.
PHILLIPS, Rev. Spencer.
PONSONBY, J.
POOLE, Richard, A.
REARNEY, D.
RICHARDS, Robert Vaughan,
ROBERTS, Edward G.
ROBERTS, Robert
ROBERTS, Rev. Thomas.
ROBERTS, William
ROBERTS, Rev. W.
ROBINSON, Major-Gen. J.P.
SANDERSON, G.
SEWELL, J.T.
SEWELL, Mary.
SMITH, T. Asheton
SNEYD, FRENCH, & BARTON (Messrs).
SULLIVAN, L.
TAYLOR, H.
TEMPLE, H.J., 3rd viscount Palmerston.
TENNANT, Charles.
WARREN, Rev. William
WELLESLEY, Arthur, first Duke of Wellington.
WESTLEY & PARISH (Messrs.)
WHALLEY, John & Joseph
WHEELER, Henry.
WILKIN, John.
WILLIAMS, David.
WILLIAMS, E. Lloyd
WILLIAMS, H. Rumsey
WILLIAMS, James
WILLIAMS, John
WILLIAMS, M.
WILLIAMS, Rev. Peter.
WILLIAMS, Sir Robert.
WILLIAMSON, Edmund.
WILLOUGHBY DE EREBSY, Peter Robert, baron
WILTSHIRE, John
WOOLLEY, Dr. .
WRIGHT, Sarah.
WYNN, T.J., 2nd baron Newborough
WYNNE, Charles G.

DEEDS, LETTERS, AND ESTATE PAPERS

6.
1476, Wednesday next after the Feast of the Conception of the Virgin Mary.
ESTREAT from the court roll of the commote of Vghalet, held at Denbigh, recording
the surrender, on account of poverty, by Mad‟ ap Gron‟ ap D‟d ap Heilin, of his right
and inheritance in the township of Barrok, and the taking of the same by D‟d ap Eign‟
Vaghan and Mad‟ ap Grono ap D‟d.
Latin.

534.
1501, Aug. 4.
1.     M‟ed‟ ap D‟d ap Eign‟ and Robert ap M‟ed‟ap D‟d, his son;
2.      Richard ap ll‟ ap Mad‟ ap D‟d.
RELEASE of the third part of a messuage in Mathebroit, commote of Vghdulas, in
the lordship of Dynbiegh.

325.
1502, Monday next before the feast of the apostles Simon and Judas.
GRANT of pardon to M‟d‟d ap David ap Eign‟ for purchasing lands in Bettus,
Penmachno, and Gwedr‟, co. Carnarvon, without previously procuring a licence.
Latin.

352.
1511, Oct. 30.
1.     David, abbot of the Monastery of Saint Mary of Conwey, and the convent of
       the same;
2.     Gruffith ap Rees ap Edward.
DEMISE in fee farm of a grange called y mynachty in Cowrnoylys, a mill called
Melyn Cowrnoy, a tenement called Tythyn llywarch, a meadow called Gwayn y
mynyth, a tenement called Tyr y Cwtta, parcels called Gwayn y llyffant, Tir
Mamhwryn, and Tir y mynyth in Ros llanvair, and one tenement called Tir Sel y pai,
[co. Anglesey].
Latin.

87.
1512, June 5.
1.     Henry Scaresbruk, son and heir of William Scaresbruk;
2.     Richard Peeke, clerk, and William Holland, junior.
BOND for the quiet possession of lands and tenements in the town of Conwey.

137.
1521, Oct. 1.
1.     Edward ap Howell ap Tudur and Ellen, his wife, freeholders of the township
       of Bodrichyn, comote of Istulas, lordship of Denbigh;
2.     Robert ap Meredith ap David ap Eign‟.
DEMISE at fee-farm of lands in Bodrichyn.
Latin.

347.
1527, Nov. 3.
APPOINTMENT by Geoffrey, abbot of the monastery of Saint Mary of Conway, and
the convent of the same, of Ieuan ap Geffrey ap M‟ed‟ to be collector of rents in the
commote of Talobollion, co. Anglesey.
Latin.

131.
1537, Aug. 24.
1.     Thomas ap Gruffith, chaplain;
2.     Robert ap Meredydd ap David ap Engion.
GRANT of messuages and lands in the townships of Bodroghwyn, Denhengroen,
Garthewyn, Wickwer, and Pennerth, in the commote of Istulas and lordship of
Denbeigh.
Latin.

128.
138-1660.
SCHEDULE of deeds relating to Richard Kerver‟s estate and in the custody of
Thomas Gwynne.

22.
1540, June 20.
1.       Edward ap Ho‟ll ap Tud‟r and Elyn verch D‟d ap Conus, his wife;
2.       Robert M‟ed. Ap D‟d ap Eing‟
GRANT of an annual rent issuing out certain lands in Bodrychwyn, commote of
Istulas, lordship of Denbigh.
Latin.

270.
1550, Sept. 6.
1.     Robert ap John ap Ieuan otherwise Robert Johns;
2.     Robert ap Meredith ap David ap Eing‟.
RELEASE of lands in the township of Bodrychwyn, hundred of Istulas, co. Denbigh.
Latin.

311.
1553, July 14.
AWARD for Elyce Pryce, John Wyn ap Meredyth, esquires, William ap Meredyth ap
David Engion, and John Lloyd ap David ap Meredith, gentlemen, in a dispute
concerning the title to Y Vyron heylog, parish of Llanvair, co. Denbigh.

279.
1553, Dec. 7.
PROBATE of the will of Robert ap Meredydd ap David ap Eyngon, deceased.
Will dated April 22, 1553.

250.
1564/5, Jan. 10.
1.     Robert ap Thomas ap Ieuan ap Rice of Talhayarne, co. Denbigh, gent.;
2.     Morgan Vaughan ap Lewys, gent.
BOND for the quiet enjoyment and the further assurance of a parcel of lands in the
township of Talhayarn, commote of Vghalet, lordship and county of Denbigh.

360.
1566/7, Feb.1.
1.     Richard ap Hugh ap Thomas ap Gruffythe of Llanvayre yn Mathafarne, co.
       Anglesey;
2.     Hugh Owen of Bodeon, gent.
GRANT of a tenement called Tyre Hugh ap Thomas in the township of Llanvayre yn
Mathafarne Ytha.
Latin.

361.
1567, Aug. 18.
1.     Richard ap Hugh ap Thomas ap Gruffythe of Methafarne Ytha, co. Anglesey,
       yeoman;
2.     Hugh Owen of Bodeon, gent.
GRANT of parcels of land in the township of Methafarne Ytha.

32.
1568, Nov. 12.
1.     Hugh Owen of Graies Ynne, co. Mydillsex, gent., son and heir of Owen ap
       Hugh of Anglisey, esq.;
2.     D‟d ap John ap Med‟ and Jeu‟n ap D‟d ap D‟d, yeoman.
LEASE of a tenement in the town of Mathavarn Ytha, commote of Tyndathoie, co.
Anglesey.

644.
1569/70, Feb. 14.
1.      Robert, earl of Leicester, baron of Denbigh, etc.;
2.      Robert Vaughan ap Richard ap Robert ap Meredith.
DEMISE of two messuages in Bodryghwyn in the town of Wickwer, co. Denbigh.
(Seal slightly mutilated) Latin.

28.
1570, May 6.
1.     John Griffith of Chwayn, co. Anglesey, gent.;
2.     Griffith ap John Griffith, his son.
GRANT of an annual rent issuing out of land in Chwayn aforesaid.
Latin.

35.
1570, May 7.
1.     Ieuan ap Gruff‟ ap Ieuan of Chwayn, husbandman;
2.     Gruffyth ap John Gruffyth.
ATTORNMENT for the property specified in No. 28.

44.
1570, May 12.
1.     Richard Broune, esq.;
2.     Roland Meredith of Bodowyre, co. Anglesey, esq.
ASSIGNMENT of a term of years in the Rectory of Bodwrede, co. Anglesey.

634.
1570, Sept. 24.
1.     John Wyn ap William of Melay, co. Denbighe, gent.;
2.     Morgan Vaughan of Bronhylog, gent., and Loery verch Foulke, his wife.
ACQUITTANCE for a mortgage debt upon messuages in Barrog, co. Denbigh.

259.
1574, Aug. 25.
1.     Morgan Vaughan ap Lewys of Bodryghwyn, co. Denbigh, gent.;
2.     Robert Vaughan ap Richard of Talhayarne, gent.
GRANT of an annual rent of 20s. issuing from y vron heylog in Bodryghwyn.
Latin.

284.
1581, Oct. 16.
1.     William ap Owen ap William of Bodryghwyn, co. Denbigh, gent.;
2.     Foulke ap Rees of Karvodvynyth, gent.
MORTGAGE for £8 of a parcel called y ddol fanadle in Bodryghwyn.
Latin.

25.
1574/5, Jan. 17.
1.     Griffith ap John, Gr‟ of Chwayn, Ritherch ap John ap Ritherch of Tregayan,
       William ap John of Treowen, co. Anglesey, gentlemen;
2.     Nicholas [Robinson], bishop of Bangor.
BOND for the conveyance of a tenement in Chwayn aforesaid.

45.
1575, April 11.
1.     Nicholas [Robinson], bishop of Bangor;
2.     Hugh Owen, esq.
GRANT of land in Methavarne ytha in the parish of Llanvair, co. Anglesey.

587.
1575, May 1.
1.     Robert, earl of Leicester, baron of Denbigh, etc.;
2.     David ap Hugh ap Ieuan ap Robyn of Tynhengroine, co. Denbigh, gent.
DEMISE of a capital messuage, etc., in the tenure of the said David in Tynhengron
aforesaid.
Seal mutilated.

5.
1575, July 1.
1.     Griffith ap John Griffith of Whayne, co. Anglesey;
2.     Nicholas [Robinson], bishop of Bangor.
GRANT of a tenement late in the tenure of Robert ap Rees, benkerth in the said
township of Whayne.
Latin.

26.
1575, Aug. 8.
ACQUITTANCE by Thomas Mostyn, esq., sheriff of Anglesey, to Nicholas
{Robinson], bishop of Bangor, for the relief of Hugh ap Owen ap Hughe of
Mathavarnytha who had conveyed his land to the said bishop.
Latin.

349.
1576, April 29.
1.     Christopher Hatton, one of the Gentlemen of the Priory Chamber and Captain
       of the Guard;
2.     John Gruffith of Carnarvon, esq.
GRANT of the grange called Manaughtie in Cornwy, with its appurtenances in cos.
Anglesey and Caernarvon.
Latin.

350.
1576, July 20.
1.     John Gruffith of Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Nicholas [Robinson], bishop of Bangor.
GRANT of the property specified in No. 349.

353.
COUNTERPART of No. 350.

354.
1576, Sept. 26.
LETTER OF ATTORNEY of Nicholas [Robinson], bishop of Bangor, empowering
Sir Richard Brickdale, clerk, o take the livery of seisin of the property specified in
No. 350.

355.
1576/7, Jan. 19.
1.      Nicholas [Robinson], bishop of Bangor;
2.      William Gruffithe, esq., and John Gruffithe, gent., his son and heir apparent.
GRANT of the property specified in No. 350.
Latin. (Attached is a declaration of the uses of the above grant.)

351.
1577, April 22.
1.     John Hill of the parish of Saynt Albon, Great Wood Street, London, gent.;
2.     Thomas Williams otherwise Thomas Wyn ap William of Tre Bachied in
       Maynold Bangor, commote of Iscor‟ co. Carnarvon, gent.
ASSIGNMENT of a lease of the tithes of the grange called Imanaughtie in Cornewey
otherwise y managhty in Cornwy co. Anglesey.

252.
1577, Aug. 25.
1.     The Rt. Hon. Robert, earl of Leicester, baron of Denbigh;
2.     Humffrey ap Hughe of Penryn, co. Merioneth, gent., Ellyn, his wife, and
       Hughe Lewes, gent.
LEASE for three lives of lands in co. Merioneth.

132.
1578, June 12.
PRAECIPE AND CONCORD in a fine levied between Nicholas [Robinson] bishop
of Bangor, plaintiff, and Hugh Owen, esq., deforceant, when the deforceant
acknowledged one messuage, one cottage, and fifty-six acres of land in Mathavarn
Ytha, co. Anglesey, to be the right of the plaintiff.
Latin.

133.
1579, Sept. 18.
1.     Llewelyn ap Tuder and Hugh ap Robert ap Tuder, both of Bodryghwyn, co.
       Denbigh, gentlemen;
2.     John Wyn ap David ap Rees and Robert Vaughan ap Richard, gentlemen.
GRANT of messuages and lands in the townships of Bodryghwyn and Penyarthe,
commote of Ystulas, lordship of Denbigh.
Latin.

268.
1579/80, Feb. 22.
1.       Hugh ap Robert ap Tudur, freeholder of the townships of Bodryghwyn and
         Penyarth;
2.       John Wyn ap David ap Rees, gent.
GRANT of messuages in the townships of Bodryghwyn and Pennyarth, commote of
Istulas, lordship and county of Denbigh.
Latin.
(Attached is a declaration of the uses of the above grant.)

245.
1580, May 28.
1.     Hugh ap Robert ap Tudder of Bodrighwine, co. Denbigh, gent.;
2.     John Wyn ap David ap Res and Robert Vaughan ap Richard [sic] ap Robert,
       gent.
GRANT of lands in Bodrighwine and Penyarth.
Latin.
31.
1580, Oct. 23.
1.     Roland Mredyth of Bodowyr, co. Anglesey, esq.;
2.     Nicholas Robinson, bishop of Bangor.
ASSIGNMENT of the rectory of Bodwred in co. Anglesey.

14.
1580, Oct. 29.
1.     Rowland Meredyth of Bodowyr, co. Anglesey, esquire, David Lloyd of the
       same, clerk, and Ritherch ap Richard of Myvyrian, gent.;
2.     Nicholas Robinson, bishop of Bangor.
BOND for the conveyance of the rectory of Bodewred alias Bodywryd.

8.
1580/1, Feb. 18.
1.     Adam Blande, citizen and skinner, of London;
2.     William Robinson of Bangor, co. Carnarvon, gent.
ASSIGNMENT of the rectory of Bodewred late parcel of the Priory of Penman, co.
Anglesey.
Latin.

34.
1580/1, Feb. 18.
1.     Adam Blande, citizen and skinner, of London;
2.     William Robinson, gent.
BOND for the performance of covenants.

33.
1580/1, Feb. 13.
1.     Rowland Meredith of Bodower, co. Anglesey, esq.;
2.     William Robinson, gent.;
BOND for the performance of covenants by Adam Blande.
Latin.

29
1581, March 28.
1.     John ap David ap John of Llangoyd, co. Anglesey, yeoman, and Edward ap
       John, his son and heir apparent;
2.     John Mosten, gent.
GRANT of messuages in Llangoyd aforesaid.
Latin.

4.
1581, Sept. 29.
1.      David ap David Gyttyn of Penmon, co. Anglesey, yeoman, and John ap
        David, his son and heir;
2.      John Mosten of Corrorion, co. Caernarvon, gent.
MORTGAGE of parcels of land called Kaye Marle, Kaye Erow skawen, and y dryll
cutta, in Penmon aforesaid.
Cancelled.

39.
1581, Oct. 16.
COUNTERPART of No. 284.

356.
1581, Nov. 20.
1.     John Lee of London, gent.;
2.     John Hill of the same, gent.
ASSIGNMENT of a lease of the tithes of the grange of Managhtie in Cornewy, co.
Anglesey.

70.
1582, July 16.
1.     Edmund Froste of London, gent., and John Walker;
2.     David ap John ap Hoell ap Roberte, co. Carnarvon, gent.
GRANT of Tythen mab … y Angur in the township of Morva, co. Carnarvon.
Latin.

296.
1582, Nov. 16.
1.     Robert Vaughan ap Robert of Bodryghwynne, co. Denbigh, gent.;
2.     Morgan Vaughan, gent.
BOND for the further assurance of lands in Bodryghwynne and Carwedvyneth.

357.
1583, Oct. 26.
1.     John Hill of London, gent.;
2.     William Robinson of Bangor, co. Caernarvon, gent.
ASSIGNMENT of a lease of the tithes of the grange of Managhtie in Cornewy, co.
Anglesey.

17.
1583, Nov. 25.
1.     John Mostyn of Llistinhonedd, co. Flint, gent.;
2.     Nicholas Robinson, bishop of Bangor.
BOND for the assurance of messuages in Penmon, alias Penmaen, and Llangoed, co.
Anglesey.

27.
1586, Oct. 6.
1.     Sir William Herbert of St. Julians, co. Monmouth, knight;
2.     David Lloyd ap Owen ap Meredith, and Rolland Owen ap Meredith.
DEMISE of the moiety of Tythyn y kefn gwyn in Llanvechell, commote of Talbolion,
co. Anglesey.

80.
1587, April 20.
1.     Morgan Vaughan of Bronheylog, co. Denbighe, gent., and Lowrie, his wife;
2.     Evan ap Robert ap Meredith of Festiniock, co. Merioneth, gent., and Robert
       Vaughan ap Ieuan ap Robert, his son and heir apparent.
SETTLEMENT (after the marriage of the said Morgan and Lowrie) of messuages in
Bodrichwyn, Barrog, Dynhengroyn, and Wickwayer, co. Denbigh.

30.
1587, June 23.
1.     Roland Griff‟ ap Robert ap Gr‟ ap R‟ of Cornwylys, commote of Talbolion,
       co. Anglesey, gent.;
2.     John ap Morys Griff‟ of Trevyerwerth, gent.
LEASE of closures of land in the township of Cowrnwylys aforesaid.

65.
1588, May 29.
1.     Sabell verch Thomas Gruff‟ free tenant of the Queen, of the township of
       Morva in the lordship of Bardezey;
2.     John ap Rees ap Gruff‟.
GRANT of a part of a messuage in Morva aforesaid.
Latin.

1.
1591/ 2, Jan. 31.
1.     Robert ap Richard ap William and Hugh ap Robert ap Rhes.
2.     Morgan Vaughan and Lowrye verch Fowlke, his wife.
RELEASE of a messuage in the tenure of John Wine ap Ieuan ap Robert in the
township of Bodryghwine, commote of Isdulas, co. Denbigh.
Latin.

315.
1593, Aug. 1.
1.     Morgan Vaughan of Brynheylog, co. Denbigh, gent., Lowry, his wife, and
       Foulke Vaughan, son and heir apparent of the said Morgan Vaughan;
2.     Maurice Lewis of Festiniocke, esq., and Robert Vaughan of -, gent., both of
       co. Merioneth.
COVENANT to levy a fine of Bronheylog in Bodrychwyn, co. Denbigh.

10.
1593/4, Feb. 20.
1.     Hugh ap D‟d ap Hughe of Tinhengroen, co. Denbighe, gent.;
2.     Hugh ap M‟dd‟ ap Thomas, gent.
MORTGAGE of a close of land called Bryn y gravangke in Tinhengroen aforesaid.
Latin.

297.
1593/4, Feb. 20.
1.      Hugh ap David ap Hughe of Tinhengroen, Robert ap Rees ap Robert of
        Boddrighwine, and Thomas ap john Rees of Hendregyda, all of co. Denbigh,
        gentlemen;
2.      Hugh ap Meredyd ap Thomas.
BOND for the quiet enjoyment and the further assurance of the property specified in
No. 10.

113.
1595, Nov. 1.
1.     Evan ap Meredith ap Gruffyth of Llangian, and Evan ap Mereddith ap
       Gruffyth of Llangian, and Evan ap John ap Ieuan of Llaniestyn, both of co.
       Carnarvon;
2.     William ap John ap Ieuan ap Robert.
RELEASE of two tenements called Tyther Robyn and Tythen bychan in the township
of Llangian.
Latin.

3.
1595/6, Jan. 26.
1.     Hugh ap Davyd ap Hugh of Teenhengroen, co. Denbigh, gent.;
2.     Hugh ap Mredith ap Thomas.
GRANT of a parcel of land called kaer meirch in Teenhengroen aforesaid.
Latin.

295.
1596, Sept. 26.
1.     Fowlke Vaughan of Bodrichwin, co. Denbigh, gent., son and heir apparent of
       Morgan Vaughan, gent.;
2.     David Holland of Vairdre, esq.
GRANT of messuages in Serior, commote of Istulas.

84.
1597, July 8.
1.     Hugh ap David ap Hugh of Tynhengroen, co. Denbigh, gent.;
2.     Rees ap John Rees of Hendregvda.
MORTGAGE of two closes of land called y cay Issa and Cay yr Skybor in
Tynhengroen aforesaid.
173.
1598, June 7.
1.      Hugh ap Rees ap David ap Maddocke of Nanhoronne, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.      Lewis ap Ieuan ap Meredydd of Llangian, yeoman.
BOND for the measuring and for the quiet enjoyment of a highway (four yards)
called llathenni stondard.

746.
1600/1, Jan. 23.
1.     Hugh ap David ap Hugh of Tinhengroen and Rees ap David ap Hughe of
       Penniarth, co. Denbigh, gentlemen;
2.     Foulke Vaughan.
BOND for the quiet possession of Kae David Goch Sovl, Gweirglodd Gwern Yockyn,
and y garth hir in Tinhengroen aforesaid.

82.
1601, July 10.
1.     Rob‟t Wynne ap John ap Humffrey, of Cwmbowy, co. Merioneth, gent.;
2.     Fowlke Vaughan of Bronhevlog, co. Denbighe, gent.
DEED OF EXCHANGE of y ddol vawr, incroached land in Llechwedd Havod
Mayden, and y ddol haidd and Bryn y big in the parish of Festiniock, co. Merinoeth.

134.
1603, Dec. 15.
1.      Hughe ap David ap Hughe of Tinhengroen, and john Wyn Holland of
        Abergele, both of co. Denbigh, gentlemen;
2.      Foulke Vaughan.
GRANT of a messuage and parcels of land called y kay yn y drws, yr Erwe leb, Kay
yr fynnon, y kay hir, kay yr lloe, gweirglodd y llyne, keven y koed, gallt yr odyne, yr
allt velen, kay David goch, kay David soul, gwern yotkin bryn David, Rhose
gweirgloedd vawr, y tyddyn, pant elvad, y gweirgloedd baghe, y kay yr llyne, bryne
pyll y garth hir and y kay newidd, all in Tinhengroen, commote of Istulas, co.
Denbigh.
Latin.

24.
1604, Dec. 10.
1.     William Hughes of Llan vechell, co. Anglesey, M.A.;
2.     Hugh ap Robert ap Gruffith ap Morres of Llan vairynghornwy.
ASSIGNMENT of Tythin kefn gwynn in the parish of Llanvechell aforesaid.

68.
1604/5, Jan. 5.
1.     Richard ap David ap John ap Hoell ap Robert of Hendrevor, co. Carnarvon,
       yeoman;
2.     John Price of Bottwnnocke, clerk.
ASSIGNMENT of Tythyn mab yr Iangwr in the township of Morva, co. Carnarvon.
Latin.

586.
1605, June 1.
EXEMPLIFICATION of a recovery of messuages in Tinhengroen, co. Denbigh,
suffered between Robert Vaughan ap Robert and Richard Moris, demandants, and
Foulk Vaughan, tenant, who vouched to warranty Hughe ap David ap Hughe.
Latin.

64.
1607, April 12.
1.      Owen ap D‟d Lloyd, gent., and Francis Lloyd his heir apparent, free tenants of
        the King, of the township of Morva withon the lordship of Bardzeye in the
        commote of Kemytt‟ co. Carnarvon;
2.      John ap Rees Griffithe, clerk.
GRANT of two parcels of land one lying between the lands of Griffith Lewis ap
Rees, John Griffithe of Llyne, and Thomas ap Rees Gr‟, and the other between the
land of the said John Gr;, the common of Rhos hirwen, and the river called Avon
Tai‟r Fryddion
Latin.

66.
1608, Dec.1.
1.     Francis Lloyd of Llangwnadle, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     John Price of Bottwnnog, clerk.
DEED OF EXCHANGE of parcels of land in Tai‟r Kryddion and the Sychnant.

573.
1609-1686.
PAPERS relating to Jesus College, Oxford.
a.    A scheme of fellowship and scholarship, dated March 11, 1685/6.
b.    Particulars of the endowments of [Henry] Rowlands, bishop of Bangor, 1609.
c.    An incomplete draft of a letter relating to a balance due to officiating curates.

465.
1610, Sept. 10.
1.     William Vaughan of Eaton, co. Denbigh, esq., and Margery his wife;
2.     Evan Lloyd of Wicker, co. Denbigh, gent., and Jane Vaughan, widow.
MORTGAGE of closes of land in Bodrychwyn, co. Denbigh.

543.
COUNTERPART of No. 465.

258.
1610, Oct. 4.
1.    Foulke Vaughan of Bodrychwyn, co. Denbigh, gent.;
2.    John Williams of Carwedvyhyth, gent., and Elen Williams, his daughter.
MORTGAGE for £100 of a messuage and closes called llety priodor, bryn y
gravanck, kae yr meirch, y roft, y weirglodd and yr acre velen, all in Tinhengroen.

174.
1611, June 10.
1.     Lewis ap Ieuan of Llangian, co. Carnarvon, yeoman, and Sabell, his wife;
2.     Evan Lloyd of Bodgadley, gent.
COVENANT to levy a fine of a messuage called Tythin kay yngwerthyr, a close
called keyrchfryn bychan, and a messuage called Tythin Robin, in the township of
Llangian.

362.
1611, July 20.
1.     John Moyle of Cornewylys, co. Anglesey, and Catherine, his wife;
2.     John ap Hughe ap Robert, gent., and Marsely, his wife;
3.     William ap Hugh Gruffith, son and heir of (2).
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT touching the will of Griffith ap Robert.

175.
1612, Oct. 2.
COMMAND to Sabell verch John, the wife of Lewis ap Meredydd, to produce, for
the purpose of administration, an inventory of the goods of John ap Ieuan Lewis late
of the parish of Llangian, diocese of Bangor, deceased, her father.
Latin.

18.
1612, Dec. 1.
1.     Foulke Vaughan of Bronheilog, co. Denbigh, and Edmond Vaughan of
       Barnades Inne, London, gentlemen;
2.     Evan Lloyd of Barnades Inne, London, gent., Richard Lloyd, of Abergeley,
       co. Denbigh, clerk, and Foulke Price of Maentoorocke, co. Merioneth, gent.;
GRANT of Y Vron heylog, township of Bodrychwyn, co. Denbigh.

642.
1614, April 10.
1.     Foulke Vaughan of Bronheylog, co. Denbigh, gent., and Edmund Vaughan his
       son and heir apparent;
2.     Robert Lloyd of Chirke, esq., and Robert Price of Llangernewe.
SETTLEMENT (after the marriage of Foulke Vaughan and Jane Vaughan widow) of
Bronheylog and other messuages in Bodrychwyn and Barrog, co. Denbigh.

138.
1614, Sept. 15.
1.      William Vaughan of Bodrychwyn, co. Denbigh, esq., Fowlke Vaughan of the
        same, gent., and Jane his wife;
2.      Fowlke Price of Maentorock, co. Merioneth, gent.
MORTGAGE for £200 of a capital messuage and parcels of land called y kay tywnt ir
skybor, y kayey hirion, y kay bach vcha, y kay bach Issa, Maies y Gwyth, Rhyw yr
gwrthrych, y kay tan y ffos, y Bryn Mawr, y ffrith, bryn frithan, Y Weirglodd Vawr, y
Weirglodd Vechan, y ffrith eithin and y ffrith Newyth, and parcels of land called Dole
y groes, dole y gro poeth, y ddol Vcha, y ddol ganol, y ddole issa, dole y gro or tywnt
ir hen avon, y kay Banhadlog, and Mayes Trayanog, all situated in Bodrychwyn.

531.
1615, Aug. 10.
1.      Fowlke Vaughan of Vronhelog, co. Denbighe, and Edmond Vaughan of Greys
        Inne, co. Midlesex, his son and heir apparent, gentlemen;
2.      Evan Lloyde of Barnards Inne, London, gent.
SETTLEMENT (before the marriage of Edmond Vaughan and Jane Lloyde) of Y
Tyddyn Mawre, Cwm Penllydan cwm Talloyd, and Tythyn vcha yn y Llan in the parish
of Festiniock, co. Merioneth.

136.
1615, Aug. 10.
1.     Foulke Vaughan;
2.     Evan Lloyde.
BOND for the observance of covenants.

46.
1615, Sept. 10.
1.     Foulke Vaughan of Vronheylog, co. Denbighe, gent., and Edmond Vaughan
       of Grayes Inne, co. Middlesex, gent., his son and heir apparent;
2.     Evan Lloyd of Bernards Inne, London, William Lloyd of Ruthyn, co.
       Denbigh, and Maurice Owen of Llanvrothen, co. Merioneth, gentlemen.
DEED to lead the uses of a recovery of Y Vronheylog and other messuages in
Bodrychwyn, Tynhengroen, Barrog, Talhayarn, and Gwickwer, co. Denbigh, being a
settlement after the marriage of Edmond Vaughan and Jane his wife.

40.
COUNTERPART of No. 46.

640.
1615/6, Feb. 5.
1.     Foulk Vaughan of Bodrychwinn, co. Denbigh, gent.;
2.     Hugh ap David ap Hugh of Teenhengroen, gent.
LEASE of a messuage and closes of land in Teenhengroen aforesaid.

16.
1616/17, March 21.
1.    Foulke Vaughan of Vron heylog, co. Denbigh, gent.;
2.    Evan Lloyd of Barnard‟s Inn, London, and john Williams of Carwedvynyth,
      co. Denbigh, gentlemen.
SETTLEMENT (after the marriage of Edmund Vaughan and Jane Lloyd) of
messuages and lands in Tinhengroen, co. Denbigh.

135.
1617, Sept. 6.
1.     William Vaughan of Eaton, co. Denbigh, esq.;
2.     John Foulkes, gent.
RELEASE of parcels of land called dole y groes, dole y gro poeth, y ddole vcha, y
ddole ganol, y ddole issa, dole y gro or tywnt ir hen avon, y kay banhadlog, and maes
trayanog, all situated in Bodrichwyn.

288.
1619, March 31.
1.      Hugh Thomas ap Ieuan of Mayntorock, co. Merioneth, gent.;
2.      Evan Lloyd of Barnards Inn, London, and Richard ap Rudderch of
        Penmachno, co. Carnarvon, gentlemen.
GRANT (to settle a jointure upon Elizabeth, wife of the said Hugh), of Tuthin
Gruffith ap Ieuan, llechronowe, and Bryn yr Odyn, parish of Mayntorock.

19.
1619, April 24.
EXEMPLIFICATION of a fine levied Oct. 3, 1614, between Foulk Price, gent,
plaintiff, and William Vaughan, esq., Foulk Vaughan, gent., and Jane, his wife,
deforceants, when the deforceants acknowledged a messuage etc., in Bodrychwyn to
be the right of the plaintiff.
Latin. (Fragment of a Seal)

67.
1622, June 29.
1.     Thomas ap Rees Gruffith free tenant of the King, of the town of morva within
       the manor of Bardzey in the commote of Kentymaen, co. Carnarvon;
2.     John Price, clerk.
GRANT of a close of land adjoining Y Gryddyn rhedyn.
Latin.

227.
1622, Sept. 8.
1.     Foulke Price of Bodrighwyn, gent., Elizabeth, his wife, Evan Lloid of
       Wickwer, gent., and Katherin, his wife, all of co. Denbigh, John Foulkes the
       elder of Vaynol, co. Flint, gent., Foulke Vaughan of Brynheylog, co. Denbigh,
       esq., and Edmond Vaughan of Graies Inn, co. Middlesex, esq., son and heir
       apparent of the said Foulke Vaughan;
2.     Evan Lloid of Dulasse, co. Carnarvon, gent.
SETTLEMENT (after the marriage of the said Edward Vaughan and Jane, his wife)
of a messuage called y Plas newydd and parcels of land called Dol y groes, dol y gro
poeth, y ddol vcha, y ddol ganol, y ddol issa, Maes trayanog, dol y gro or tiwnt it hen
avon, y ky banhadlog, y kay tywnt yr skubor, y kayey hirion, y kay bach vcha, y Kay
bach issa, Maes y gwyth, Rhyw ir gwrthrych, y kay tan y ffos, y Bryn mawr, ffryth
bryn prythan, y weirglodd vawr, y weirglodd vechan, and ffrith eithin, one water corn
mill, a messuage called Tv Ieuan David Wynn, and parcels of land called y ffrith, rhiw
ffrainck, and kay Ieuan David Wynn, and a part of a parcel called kay’r gelynen, all
situate in Bodrighwyn, commote of Istulas, lordship and county of Denbigh.

265.
1622, Oct. 20.
1.     Hugh ap David ap Hugh of Tinhengron, co. Denbigh, gent.;
2.     Foulke Vaughan of Bronheylog, esq.
GRANT of a messuage and lands in Tinhengron, commote of Istulas, lordship and
county of Denbigh.

261.
1622, Oct. 31.
1.     Foulke Vaughan of Bronheylog, co. Denbigh, esq., and Edmond Vaughan of
       Graies Inn, co. Middlesex, esq., his son and heir apparent;
2.     Hugh ap David ap Hugh of Tinhengron, co. Denbigh, gent.
GRANT of a messuage in Tinhengron and an annual rent issuing therefrom.

546.
1623, April 20.
1.     Mary Salusbury of Peniarth, co. Denbighe, widow;
2.     Hughe ap Eigion of Trovarth, gent.
ASSIGNMENT of y Tvy yn y Nant in Mayssigwige and Kilkain, co. Denbigh.

547.
1623, April 20.
1.     Mary Salusbury;
2.     John ap Hughe Lewes.
POWER OF ATTORNEY to deliver possession of the properties specified in No.
546.

249.
1624, June 12.
1.     William Vaughan of Eyton, co. Denbigh, esq.;
2.     Edmond Vaughan of Grayes Inne, co. Middlesex, gent.
RELEASE of a capital messuage called Place Newydd in Bodrychwyn.

69.
1624/5, Feb. 5.
1.     John Price, clerk, free tenant of the King, of the township of Morva, within the
       manor of Bardzey, commote of Kemyttmaen;
2.     Owen Jones, clerk, his son.
GRANT of Tythyn mab /r Iangwr in the said township of Morva.
Latin.

7.
1625, March 28.
1.     John Hamden alias Holmeden of Chipstead, co. Surrey, Doctor of Divinity;
2.     Edmond Vaughan of Bronheilog, co. Denbigh, esquire.
LEASE of Bronheilog and parcels of lands in Bodrichwyn, co. Denbigh.

251.
1625, April 20.
1.      Foulke Vaughan of Bronheyloge, co. Denbigh, esq.;
2.      Edmond Vaughan of the same, his son and heir apparent.
RELEASE of a capital messuage called Bronheyloge, a water corn mill, a messuage
called Tythyn pant y ginach, and one other messuage and smithy thereto belonging,
all in Bodrychwyn.

13.
1625, April 20.
COUNTERPART of No. 251.

314.
1625, April 22.
1.     Edmond Vaughan of Bronheyloge, co. Denbigh, esq., and Jane, his wife;
2.     Edward Williams of Llanyvydd, and Rice David ap Hugh of Llanvaire,
       gentlemen;
3.     Foulke Vaughan of Penybryn, esq., and Richard Jones of Trausvynydd, co.
       Merionith, gent.
DEED to lead the uses of a fine to be levied upon Bronheyloge and other messuages
in Bodrychwyn, co. Denbigh.

85.
COUNTER PART of No. 314.

48.
1625, May 1.
1.     John Hamden alias Molmeden, of Chipsteed, co. Surrey, his wife;
2.     Edmond Vaughan of Bronheilog, co. Denbigh.
GRANT of Bronheilog and other messuages in Bodrichwyn, co. Denbigh.

299.
1625, May 16.
1.     Richard Jones of Trawsfynydd, co. Merioneth, gent., and Edmund Vaughan of
       Bronheilog, co. Denbigh, esq.;
2.     John Hamden otherwise Holmeden of Chipsteed, co. Surrey, D.D.
GRANT of a capital messuage called Bronheilog and its demesne lands, a water corn
mill called Bronheilog mill, a messuage called Pant y gynach, and a messuage and
smithy near Pont y gwythil, all in Bodrychwyn, co. Denbigh.

287.
1625, May 28.
1.      John Hamden otherwise Holmeden of Chipsteed, co. Surrey, D.D.;
2.      Edmond Vaughan of Bronheilog, co. Denbigh, esq.
LEASE for two years of a capital messuage called Bronheilog and parcels of land
called Rhiw yr ffrainke, y ffrith, kay Ieuan David Wynn, kay yr gylynen, y kay mawr,
yr hen berllan, dol ygknay, y gorse, y ddol wen, y ddol hir, y kay gava, y kay Crunn, y
kay Coch, y kay tan y wal, dol y velin, y ffryth lasem ffrith y garreg, dol Coed dyffryn,
y ddol vawr, y ddol vanadle, and y ddol ar kay wrth yr skybor, being the demesne
land of Bronheilog, a water corn mill called Bronheilog mill, a messuage called Pant
y gynach, and one other messuage, all in Bodrychwyn, co. Denbigh.

274.
1625, May 28.
STATUTE STAPLE for the payment of the sum of £80 from Edmund Vaughan of
Bronheylog, co. Denbigh, esq., to John Hamden otherwise Holmden of Chipsted, co.
Surrey, doctor of theology.

626.
1625, May 30.
1.     John Hamden alias Holmden of Chipsteed, co. Surrey, D.D.;
2.     Edmond Vaughan of Bronheilog, co. Denbigh, esq.
COVENANT in respect of the statute staple specified in No. 274.

23.
1625, May 30.
COUNTERPART of No. 626.

183.
1626, May,
RENTAL of the property of the Crown in the town and liberties of Conway.

83.
1626, Nov. 6.
1.     David Vaughan of Abergeley, co. Denbigh, gent.;
2.     Edmund Vaughan, esq., and Richard Jones, gent., both of Bodrychwyn.
GRANT of messuages and lands in Bodrychwyn aforesaid.

108.
1627, Dec. 29.
1.      Robert Williams of Pulhelie, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.      Margaret verch William of the same.
MORTGAGE of a house and garden town called Tuy William John Wyn in the town
and liberties of Pulhelie aforesaid.
Mutilated.

188.
1630/1, March 7.
1.     Owen Wynne of Brynkynricke, co. Denbigh, gent.;
2.     Edmund Vaughan of Bronheylog, esq.
LEASE for 60 years of messuages in the parish of Llanvair Talharne.

533.
1631, June 20.
1.     David Vaughan of Abergeley, co. Denbighe, gent., and Margaret Lloyd of
       Carwedvynyth, widow;
2.     Edmond Vaughan of Bronheylog, esq.
GRANT of messuages in Bodrychwyn, co. Denbigh.

60.
1632, June 20.
1.     Evan Saython of Saython, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     Robert Wynne of Kesselgyvarch, and Griffith Ellis of Dolbenmen, co.
       Carnarvon, gentlemen.
DEED to lead the uses of a fine of Bodni-thoedd, parish of Meldeyrne, co. Carnarvon.

11.
1632, Oct. 6.
1.     John Owen of Brynkynricke, co. Denbighe, gent.;
2.     Edmund Vaughan of Bronheylog, esquire.
GRANT of Tythyn y gyallt in the parish of Llanvair Talhayarne, co. Denbigh.

139.
1632, Nov. 22.
1.     Evan Evans of Tan y bwlch, co. Merioneth, gent.;
2.     Edmund Vaughan of Bronheylog.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT for the marriage of Robert Evans, son and heir
apparent of the said Evan Evans, and Lowrie Price, eldest daughter of Foulke Price,
deceased.

585.
1634, Nov. 3.
WILL of Edmund Vaughan of Denbigh, esq.

15.
1636, May 10.
1.     William John ap Howell, Jonett verch William, his wife, Richard Thomas,
       Jane verch William, his wife, of Llanvair yn mathafarynitha, co. Anglesey;
2.     William Robinson of Manachty, esquire.
GRANT of parcels of land called y llain Ryg y dday glawdd yn ymyl y tv twn in
Llanvair aforesaid.

363.
1638, Aug. 6.
1.     Katherine Griffith otherwise Moyle of Cornwylys, co. Anglesey, widow;
2.     William Robinson of the same, esq.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT for the lease of lands in question in a suit depending
between the said William Robinson, plaintiff, and the said Katherine Griffith,
defendant.

364.
1638, Sept. 8.
1.     Catherine Gruffith otherwise Moyle o Cornwylys, co. Anglesey, widow;
2.     William Robinson of the same, esq.
LEASE for six months of a tenement called Tythyn y Garne in Cornwy in Cornwylys,
[? Being the property specified in No. 363.]

365.
1638, Sept. 10.
1.     Catherine Gruffith otherwise Moyle of Cornwylys, co. Anglesey, widow;
2.     William Robinson of the same, esq.
GRANT of the reversion of the property specified in No. 364.

366.
1638, Sept. 12.
1.      Catherine Gruffith otherwise Moyle of Cornwylys, co. Anglesey, widow;
2.      William Robinson of the same, esq.
RELEASE of Ty Owen Bagh, Murthyn y tv Crwn, Tythyn Llowarch, Gwayne y
mynyh, tir y Cutta, Gwayn y llyffaint, tir mamhwryn, tir y mynych yn rhos Lanvayr,
and tir sel y pay, all in Cornwylys.

162.
1638, Nov. 26.
1.     Griffith Lewis ap Morgan, freeholder of Bodryth, commote of Kemitt, co.
       Carnarvon;
2.     Thomas Griffith ap Richard of Nangwnald, yeoman.
GRANT of tythyn Griffith Lewes ap Morgan in the said township of Bodryth.
Latin.

140.
1639, July 24.
CERTIFICATE of the probate of the will of Edward Wynne of Bodewryd, co.
Anglesey, esq., deceased.
Latin.

236.
1641, April 17.
1.     William Robinson of Manachtv, co. Anglesey, esq.;
2.     Richard Rowland of Llanvairynghornwy, gent.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT for the exchange for 60 years of quillets of land.

110.
1641, Oct. 4.
1.     Hugh Frauncis of Llangwnadle, co. Carnarvon, yeoman;
2.     John Frauncis of the parish of ?Brosley, co. salop, yeoman, brother of the said
       Hugh Frauncis.
GRANT of Tyddyn Griffyth Lewis ap Rees and lands in the township of Morva,
parishes of Llangwnadle and Bryncroes, co. Carnarvon.

269.
1641, Dec. 6.
1.     Elizabeth Hamden otherwise Holmedon of Maddon, parish of Croyden, co.
       Surrey, widow;
2.     Richard Lloyd of Bryn y ffynon, co. Denbigh, esq.
COVENANT to render void a statute staple on the payment of £1200.

38.
1647, July 1.
1.     Elizabeth Hamden alias Holmeden of Haddon in the parish of Croydon, co.
       Surrey, widow;
2.     David Lloyd of Graye‟s Inn, co. Middlesex, gent.
ASSIGNMENT of a statute staple for £1200.

422.
1649, April 18.
1.     Maurice Williams of Nanmor, co. Merioneth, esq., sheriff of the said county;
2.     Evan Lloyd of Maentorocke, gent.
APPOINTMENT of under-sheriff.
Counterpart.

179.
1651, April 19.
1.     Thomas ap William ap Robert of Gwerthir, parish of Llangian, co. Carnarvon,
       yeoman, Sabell Lewis, his wife, and John Thomas their son and heir apparent.
2.     Thomas ap Hugh of Keidio, yeoman.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT for the marriage of the said John Thomas and Susan
Thomas ap Hughe, one of the daughters of the said Thomas ap Hugh.
551.
1651, Oct. 9.
1.     John Parry alias John ap Hugh Parry of Nevin, William Thomas Mredith of
       Conway, and Thomas Wynne, of Llanvaire Iscaire, co. Carnarvon, gentlemen;
2.     John David Lloyd of Gweredros, Nicholas ap Hugh Thomas of the same, and
       Richard Parry of Pentraeth, co. Anglesey, gentlemen;
3.     Nicholas Williams of Conway, gent., and Hugh Williams, his son and heir
       apparent.
SETTLEMENT (after the marriage of the said Hugh Williams and Ellen verch
Robert, daughter of Robert Parry, second son of the said John Parry) of Moelion
Fynydd alias Lleon Fynydd in Pistill, Tythin Bach in Bodeilias, and messuages in
Pengallt Nevyn and in Nevyn, co. Carnarvon.

637.
1652, July 24.
1.     Elizabeth Hamden alias Holmeden, widow;
2.     Thomas Field of London, gent.
POWER OF ATTORNEY to take possession of Bronheilog and other messuages in
Bodrichwyn, co. Denbigh.

733.
1652, Aug. 19.
1.     William Skynner, William Robinson, Sampson Sheffield, Samuell Gookin,
       Henry Sealy, William Lisle, and Arthur Samwell, esquires, Trustees for the
       sale of lands forfeited to the Common wealth;
2.     Robert Lloyd of Llandugrogge, co. Cardigan, gent.
GRANT of Manachdy and other messuages in Llanfair yng Hornwy, Llandisaint,
Llanerch medd, and Llanvaire Mathavarne Itha, co. Anglesey.

125.
1652, Sept. 11.
1.     David Lloyd of Llwydiarth, co. Anglesey, esq.;
2.     Richard Kerver of Rhospeirio, co. Anglesey, gent., and Mirriam Lloyd, his
       wife.
LEASE for ten years of Havod-y-myn in Llysdylas and Pen-y-kefn otherwise Tythyn
ucha in Coydanei.

71.
1652, Oct. 26.
1.     Griffith ap John Griffith of Nantgwnadle, co. Carnarvon, yeoman;
2.     John Parry of Carnarvon, esq., and Evan John David ap Howell of Cayne,
       yeoman.
SETTLEMENT (after the marriage of the said Griffith and Elin his wife) of
messuages in Nantgwnadle, Bryncroes, Bodverin, and Morva, co. Carnarvon.
367.
1652/3, Feb. 25.
1.     John Robinson late of Monachty, parish of Lanvaire in Cornwy, co. Anglesey,
       esq., and sage, his wife, and Nicholas Robinson, gent., brother of the said John
       Robinson;
2.     Robert Lloyd of Landuggwy, co. Cardigan, gent.
LEASE for on e year of the Garne, parish of Lanvaire in cornwy, Tythin Willpole
otherwise Tythin Lavarchmeed, parishes of Lanvayre Ychmed and Lantreest, and
Rose vaure and Tythin Irach, all in co. Anglesey.

368.
1652/3, Feb. 26.
1.     John Robinson, esq., and Sage, his wife, and Nycholas Robinson, gent.;
2.     Robert Lloyd, gent.
RELEASE (copy) of the property specified in No. 367.

730.
1653, June 9.
1.     Robert Lloyd of Llandugwy and Nicholas Robinson, brother to John Robinson
       late of Gwersyllt, co. Denbigh, esq.;
2.     Jane Robinson, spinster.
MORTGAGE of Mynachty and other messuages in Cornwy lys, parish of Llanvair
within Cornwy, co. Anglesey.

731.
1653, June 10.
1.     Jane Robinson;
2.     Robert Lloyd and Nicholas Robinson.
LEASE of the property specified in no. 730.

143.
1653, July 8.
1.     Elizabeth Hamden of Croyden, co. Surrey, widow;
2.     Edward Lloyd of Lincolnes Inn, co. Middlesex, esq., and Nicholas Archbold
       of new Inn, gent.
LEASE for two years of a capital messuage called Bronheylog and its demesne lands,
a water corn mill called Bbronheylog Mil, a tenement called Pant y Gynach, and a
messuage and smithy near Pont y Gwythell, all situate in Bodrichwen, co. Denbigh.

298.
COUNTERPART of No. 143.

21.
1653, July 14.
1.     Elizabeth Hamden of Croydon, co. Surrey, widow, John Hamden of Chipsted,
       co. Surrey, D.D., Robert Vaughan of London, goldsmith, William Vaughan of
       Llanvaire Vechan, co. Carnarvon, clerk, and Richard Lloyd of Escluse, co.
       Denbigh, commonly called Sir Richard Lloyd;
2.     Edward Lloyd of Lincolns Inne, co. Middlesex, esq., and Nicholas Archbold,
       of new Inn, gent.
RELEASE (subject to the payment of an annuity) of Bronheylog and other messuages
in Bodrichwen, co. Denbigh.

312.
COUNTERPART of No. 21.

539.
1653, July 15.
1.     Edward Lloyd of Lincolns Inn, co. Middlesex, esq., and Nicholas Archbold of
       New – Inn, gent.;
2.     Robert Vaughan of London, goldsmith, William Vaughan of Llanvair Vechan,
       co. Carnarvon, clerk, and Richard Lloyd of Escluse, co. Denbigh, commonly
       called Sir Richard Lloyd.
COVENANT to convey Bronheylog mill, Pant y Gynach, and the smithy near Pont y
Gwithell, in Bodrichwen, co. Denbigh.

141.
1653, July 15.
COUNTER PART of No. 539.

663.
1656, July 30.
1.     Maurice Gruffyth of Bodveryn, gent., Elizabeth, his wife, John Wynne of
       Abererch, Roland Gruffyth of Penamser, gentlemen, Robert John ap Hugh of
       Dymlley, Robert Branton of Llanllyfni, yeoman, and Agnes his wife, all of co.
       Carnarvon.
2.     John Lloyd of Llangwnadle, Robert Evans of Llanarmon, john Rowland of
       Llanstyndwy, son of Rowland Gruffyth, gentlemen, and Richard Panton of
       Clynnocke, yeoman, all of co. Carnarvon.
COVENANT to levy a fine of Ty yn y llan and Melin Llangwnadle in the parish of
Llangwnadle, co. Carnarvon.

369.
1656, Dec. 23.
1.     Robert Lloyd of Cardigan, gent.;
2.     Dorothy Robinson of Bronwydd, co. Cardigan.
GRANT of Tythin y Garne, parish of Llanvare ynghornwey, and Tythin willpoole
otherwise tythyn llanvayre ych meath, parish of Llanvayre ych meath and
Llantreisant, and Kae yr ychen being a parcel of the demesne of the grange of
Mynachty, parish of Llanvayre ynghornwey, all in co. Anlgesey.

384.
1656, Dec. 23.
1.     Robert Lloyd, gent.;
2.     Dorothy Robinson, spinster.
BOND for the performance of covenants contained in No. 369.

189.
1656/7, March 5.
1.     Richard Thomas ap Hugh of Llangian, [co. Carnarvon], gent.;
2.     Richard Edwards of the same, gent.
GRANT of a cottage and garden in the parish of Llangian.

142.
1659, June 20.
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION of the estate of John Wynne late of Llanvair, co.
Denbigh, gent., deceased, granted to Jane Wynne, his widow.

262.
1659, July 6.
1.     Griffith Jones, gent., and Agnes Griffyth, widow, his mother, both of
       Abererch, co. Carnarvon;
2.     Arthur David of Mynachduy, parish of Bryncroth, gent.
BOND for the quiet enjoyment of a messuage in Bythegroes, parish of Lannor.

255.
1660, July 3.
1.       Edward Lloyd of Lincolnes Inn, co. Middlesex and Nicholas Archbold of
         Middle Temple, esquires;
2.       Richard Anwill of the city of London, and Owen Wynn of Lincolnes Inn
         aforesaid, gentlemen.
GRANT of a capital messuage called Bronheylog, and closes called Rhiwe yr ffranke,
y ffrith, Cay Evan David Wynn, kay yr Gelinen, y kay Maur, yr hen Berlan, dol yr
knay, y Gorse, y ddoll wen, y ddoll hyr, y kay Gona, y kay Crunne, y kay Coch, y kay
tan y wall, Dole y Velin, y grith lase, fryth y Garreg, dole Coyd, diffrin y ddole Vaur,
y ddol vanadle, and y ddole ar Kay wrth y Skybor, being the demesne lands of
Bronheylog, a water corn mill called Bronheylog Mill, and a messuage called Pant y
Gynach and one other messuage and smithy, all in co. Denbigh.

176.
1660, July 11.
1.     Gaynor verch Roberte ap Hugh Lewis of Yfionydd, and Katherine verch
       Roberte ap Hugh Lewis of Llannor, both of co. Carnarvon, widows;
2.     Henry Maurice of Llanyestyn, yeoman.
RELEASE of a messuage called Tyddyn Roberte ap Hugh Lewis in Nant Llanyestyn.

732.
1660, July 27.
DISCLAIMER by Hugh ap Richard of Llanfair ynghornwy, co. Anglesey, gent., of a
right of way through Cae llowarch belonging to John Robinson, esq., over which he
had trespassed by carrying a corpse from his house in Alavynydd in the said parish.

126.
1660, Dec. 4.
1.     Richard Kerver of Rhosbeirio ucha, co. Anglesey, gent.;
2.     William Lewis of Kemlyn, and Mountague Lloyd of Amlwch, gentlemen;
3.     Arthur Bulkley of Clygyrog ucha, gent.
SETTLEMENT (after he marriage of Richard Kerver and Mirriam, his wife) of
messuages, mill, and lands in Clygyrog, commote of Talybolion, and in Bewmares,
co. Anglesey.

177.
1660/1, March 5.
1.     Thomas ap William Probert and John Thomas ap William, his son and heir
       apparent, both of Gwerthyr, parish of Llangian, commote of Gafflogion, co.
       Carnarvon, gentlemen;
2.     Thomas ap Hughe of Keidio, and John Thomas ap Hughe of Bodvean,
       gentlemen.
GRANT (to settle a jointure upon Susan Thomas ap Hughe, the wife of the said John
Thomas ap William), of messuages and lands in Gwerthyr.

178.
1660/1, March 15.
1.     Thomas ap William ap William Probert and John Thomas ap William, both of
       Gwerthyr, parish of Llangian, co. Carnarvon, gentlemen;
2.     Thomas ap Hugh of Keidio, gent., and John Thomas ap Hugh of Bodvean, his
       son and heir apparent.
BOND for the observance of covenants contained in No. 177.

439.
1662, Aug. 17.
1.     Evan John ap Evan of Broncros, co. Carnarvon, yeoman;
2.     Rees ap Evan Davyd of Nangwnald, yeoman.
RELEASE of Tydin Evan ap Richard in Broncros.

620.
1662/3, Jan. 2.
1.     William Parry, son and heir of John Parry, late of Carnarvon, esq., deceased;
2.     Catherine Glynne of Glynne llyvon, spinster, and William Wynne of Glan‟r
       afon bach, esq.;
3.     Ellin Glynne of Glynne llyvon, widow.
RELEASE of Kefn myne, Rhyd y claverdu, Rhuchiell, and Gallt hwy in the township
of Bodvel, parish of Llannor, co. Carnarvon.
617.
1663, Aug. 9.
1.      Owen Hughes of Bodaden, co. Carnarvon, gent.
2.      William Griffith of Llyne, John Williams of Mellionydd, Hugh Bodurda of
        Bodurda, esquires, Fredericke Wynne of Bodwythog, Richard Edwards of
        Nanhoron, Richard Jones Lewis of Rhiw, gentlemen, Lewis ap Evan Griffith
        and Hugh ap Evan James of Rhiw, yeomen.
RELEASE of tir’r Eglwys in Rhiw aforesaid to employ the issues towards the
reparations of the church of Rhiw.

621.
1663, Aug. 20.
1.     Francis Ellis of Pwllhelie, co. Caernarvon, gent., and Jane, his wife, Ellis
       Saython of Bodneethoedd, gent., and Griffith ap Robert of Abererch, yeoman;
2.     John Lloyd of Nangwnadl, esq., Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, and John
       Roberts of Abererch, gentlemen.
COVENANT to levy a fine of messuages in Pwllhelie, Llangian, Llandinvoel,
Llaniestyn, Trefays, Nevin, and Abererch, co. Carnarvon.

305.
1663, Oct. 24.
1.     John Hughes of Kae y Rhugin in the liberties of the town of Nevyn, commote
       of Dinllayne, co. Carnarvon, gent., and Hugh Jones, his son and heir apparent,
       of London, co. Middlesex, tailor;
2.     Arthur ap David of Mynachdu, parish of Bryncroes, commote of
       Cymyttmaen, co. Carnarvon.
GRANT of Keirniog in the liberties of Nevyn aforesaid.

62.
1664, May 9.
1.     Gwen Ellis alias Saython of Bodnithoedd, co. Carnarvon, widow;
2.     Ellis Saython of the same, her son and heir apparent.
SURRENDER of Bodnithoedd aforesaid.

63.
1664, May 10.
1.     Ellis Saython of Bodnithoedd, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     William Carreg of Cadlan, and Jeffrey Parry of Rhodolion, co. Carnarvon,
       gentlemen;
3.     Katherin Carreg of Carreg, co. Carnarvon, widow.
SETTLEMENT (after the marriage of Ellis Saython and Gainor his wife) of
Bodnithoedd aforesaid.

423.
1664, June 24.
1.     John Saunders the elder of Charter House Yard, co. Middlesex, esq., Ursula,
       his wife, and John Saunders the younger, gent., his son and heir apparent;
2.     John Price of Milbrooke, co. Bedford, yeoman.
GRANT of a parcel of land in Milbrooke aforesaid.
Mutilated.

193.
1664, Sept. 8.
1.      Ellis Saython of Bodnithoedd, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.      Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, gent.
GRANT of messuages called tir y blawd otherwise tir gwledys flodiog and y pandu
bach, a cottage called y Ty ymhen y bryn, a close of land called y Cae yn rhos, three
quillets of land, messuages called Tythin y Mystir issa and Y Cae Canol, all situated
in Llangian, co. Carnarvon.

12.
1664, Sept. 17.
1.     Rees ap van David of Llangwnadl, co. Caernarvon, weaver;
2.     John Lloyd of Llangwnadle, esquire.
GRANT of a parcel of land in Bryncroes, co. Carnarvon.

144.
1664, Oct. 14.
1.     William Vaughan of he city of London, merchant tailor;
2.     David Maurice, clerk;
BOND for the quiet enjoyment and further assurance of a mansion house called Pen y
bryn and parcels of land called Gallt yr Odyn, Gallt y Perthi, Cae Gwyn, Cae’n drws,
yr Erw lyb, y Tyddyn bychan, yr acre ver, y Cae hir, Kae’r llyn, Pant Elwad,
Gweirglodd y Pwll, Bryn Byll, Cae’r Scubor, Cae isa, and y Gadles, and the moiety
of a meadow called y weirglodd Vawr, all in Tinhengroen, co. Denbigh.

715.
1664, Nov. 4.
1.     John ap Richard of Abererch, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     Gruffidd Jones of Abererch, gent.
GRANT of Kay yn Abererch in Abererch aforesaid.

127.
1664/5, March 12.
WILL of Richard Kerver of Rhospeirio, commote of Talybolion, co. Anglesey.

370-1.
1665, July 10-11.
1.     John Robinson of Gwersillt, co. Denbigh, esq.;
2.     Ellis Morgan of Llanvaire, co. Montgomery, gent.
LEASE AND RELEASE of Tythyn y carne in Cornwy in Cornwylys, co. Anglesey.
372-3.
1665, July 13-14.
1.     Ellis Morgan of Llanvaire, co. Montgomery, gent.;
2.     Humphrey Lloyd of Bersham, co. Denbigh, gent.
LEASE AND RELEASE of the property specified in Nos. 370-1.

374-5.
1665, July 20-21.
1.     Magdalen Lloyd of Bronwydd, co. Cardigan, widow;
2.     Thomas Powell of Brymbo, co. Denbigh, gent.
LEASE AND RELEASE of Tythyn y Garne in Cornwy in Cornwylys, co. Anglesey.

376-7.
1665, July 23-24.
1.     Thomas Powell of Brymbo, co. Denbigh, gent.;
2.     William Smith of Wrexham, co. Denbigh, clerk.
LEASE AND RELEASE of the property specified in Nos. 374-5.

378-9.
1665, July 26-27.
1.     William Smith of Wrexham, co. Denbigh, clerk;
2.     Dorothy Robinson of Bronwydd, co. Cardigan, spinster.
LEASE AND RELEASE of the property specified in Nos. 376-7.

36.
1665, Aug. 1.
1.     Sir Richard Lloyd of Escluse, co. Denbigh, knight, Owen Wynne, late of
       Lincolne‟s Inn, co. Middlesex, and Richard Anwyll, late of Havod wryd, co.
       Carnarvon, esquires;
2.     William Vaughan, merchant tailor and citizen of London, son and heir of
       William Vaughan B.D. late Rector of Aber, co. Carnarvon, deceased.
APPOINTMENT of Bronheylog and other messuages in Bodrychwyn, co. Denbigh.

37.
1665, Aug. 1.
1.     Sir Richard Lloyd, Owen Wynne, and Richard Anwyll;
2.     David Maurice of St. George, co. Denbigh, clerk.
POWER OF ATTORNEY to deliver possession of the property specified in No. 36.

552.
1665, Oct. 12.
CERTIFICATE of the proving of the will of Richard Kerver of Rhosbeirio, co.
Anglesey.

280.
1667, Nov. 27.
1.     Ellis Parry of Bodvean, co Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, gent.
LEASE for six months of a toft and garden in Pwllhelie.

466.
1669, Oct. 8.
1.     Anne verch Richard John of Carnegiwch, co. Carnarvon, widow;
2.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, gent.
GRANT of a messuage in Pwllhelie.

544.
1669, Nov. 1.
1.     Ellis Saython of Bodnthoedd, co. Caernarvon, gent.;
2.     Richard Edwards of … gent.
LEASE for three (?) months of Tythyn Hugh’r Tippin in Trefays and Meillteyrne, co.
Caernarvon.
Mutilated.

293.
1669, Dec. 28.
1.     Thomas ap Richard of Ty yr Toppyn, parish of Brynkroes, co. Caernarvon,
       gent., and Elizabeth Sorton, widow, his mother;
2.     Hugh ap William John of Brynodol, gent.
GRANT of Cau yn y Nant, parish of Llangwnadle, Tir Evan Griffith Lewis in Bigelys,
Llain Griffith Lewis ap Morgan, and Tir Griffith Lewis ap Morgan, all in Bodryth,
and quillets of land in Morva.

286.
1670, April 30.
WRIT of capias ad satisfaciendum issued against Evan Vaughan of Bodrychwyn,
gent., William Thomas of Hendregyda, slater, and John Williams of Pen yr alt, gent.,
all of co. Denbigh, in favour of Owen Williams.

622.
1670, Nov. 10.
1.     John Pritchard of the parish of Abererch, co. Carnarvon, gent., and Anne
       Roberts, late wife of Richard Roberts of Carnguwch, clerk, deceased;
2.     William Owen of Tu Du, parish of Llannor, yeoman.
MORTGAGE of Tu Griffith ap Richard ar Ardd vawre and Cae glase in Abererch,
co. Carnarvon.

956.
1670, Dec. 16.
LETTER : J. Williams from Caruedvynydd, to Eubull Thelwall at Nant Clwyd,
desiring his opinion on matters arising from the repair of Pontygwythel. With draft of
Mr. Thelwall‟s reply.

263.
1670/1, Feb. 22.
1.     John Hokkes of Conway, esq., William Vaughan of Bronheylog, Robert
       Wynne of Keselgyarch, Richard Wynne of Gorddinog, and John Owens of
       Vaynol Bangor, gentlemen, all of co. Carnarvon;
2.     Sydnay Lloyd of Rhiwaedog, co. Merioneth, widow;
BOND for the payment of the sum of £200.

633.
1671, April 19.
1.     Robert Arthur of Nevin, co. Caernarvon, yeoman;
2.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, gent.
LEASE of 6 months of Kerniog in the parish of Nevin aforesaid.

1.  Thomas Price, esq., Dorothy, his wife, and Robert Lloyd, gent.;
2.  John Robinson of Gwersyllt, co. Denbigh, and Ellis Young of Brynyorkin, co.
    Flint, esquires;
3.  Edward Price of Trevadog and Robert Jones of Monachty, both of co.
    Anglesey, gentlemen.
GRANT (draft) of the property specified in No. 380.

380-1.
1671, Dec. 13-14.
1.     Thomas Price of Gogarthen, esq., Dorothy, his wife, and Robert Lloyd of
       Cardigan, gent., all of co. Cardigan, and John Robinson of Gwersylt, co.
       Denbigh, esq.;
2.     Rowland Jones of Bryngwallau, smith, and Robert Jones of Monachty, gent.,
       both of co. Anglesey.
LEASE AND RELEASE of the Garne, parish of Llanvair in Corney, Tyddyn
Wilpoole otherwise Tyddyn Llanvair ych Meath, parish of Llanvair ych Meath
otherwise Llanerch y Meath and Llantreesant, Rhos Vawr and Tydyn Irach, parish of
Mathavarne Vcha, and kay yr ychen, parsh of Llanvair in Cornwey.

383.
1671, Dec. 14.
1.     Thomas Price, esq., Robert Lloyd, gent., and John Robinson, esq.;
2.     Rowland Jones, smith, and Robert Jones, gent.
BOND for the performance of covenants contained in No. 381.

301.
1671/2, Feb. 24.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, gent.;
2.     Owen ap Hugh ap Robert and Griffith Owen, his son and heir, both of
       Elernion, yeomen.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT for the possession of the moiety of Capias Lloyd and
Y Parcell in Llanaylhayarne and Elernion.

625.
1672, Nov. 6.
1.     John Cadwallader of Bodegroes, co. Carnarvon, yeoman;
2.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron.
MORTGAGE of Tythin Cadwallader ap Evan David in Bodegroes, parish of
Llannor, co. Carnarvon.

627.
1672, Nov. 6.
1.     John Cadwallader;
2.     Richard Edwards.
BOND for the performance of the covenants.

145.
1673, March 29.
1.     Elizabeth Pierson of London, widow;
2.     William Vaughan of the same, merchant taylor.
RELEASE of lands called Penabrin and Tythyn issa, parish of Abergelly, and Tithin
       Foulke ab Ellis in Llanvaire Ddole Hayerne, all in co. Denbigh.

718-19.
1673, June 30-31.
1.     Robert Evans of Llaniestyn, co. Carnarvon, gardener;
2.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, gent.
LEASE AND RELEASE of a cottage and garden in Llaniestyn aforesaid.

677.
1673, July 1.
1.     John ap Richard John of Aberech, co. Carnarvon, yeoman, and Anne verch
       Richard John of Carnegiwch, widow;
2.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, gent.
LEASE for 6 months of a messuage in Pwllhely, co. Carnarvon.

618.
1673, Aug. 1.
1.     Thomas Lloyd of Brynfannigle, co. Denbigh, gent., and Gwen, his wife;
2.     William Vaughan of Bronheylog, esq., John Walley of Garthgogo, Robert
       Pugh of Keveny garchleg, and Hugh Lloyd of Escoreblith, gentlemen;
3.     Luce Lloyd of Tymawr, spinster.
SETTLEMENT (after the marriage of the said Thomas and Gwen) of Brinfannigle in
       Brinfannigle and Bodlymaen, co. Denbigh.
575.
1673, Dec. 22.
1.     Hugh ap William John of Brynodol, co. Carnarvon, yeoman;
2.     Griffith Wynne of Bodvean, and Edward Williams of Meillionydd, gentlemen.
FEOFFMENT of Tythyn y Penrhyn, Tythyn Myrie Pen y bryn, and other messuages in
       Llaniestyn, co. Carnarvon.

302.
1674. Aug. 15.
1.     John ap Richard John of Abererch, co. Carnarvon, yeoman, and Ann, his wife,
       Evan Evans of Bewmares, co. Anglesey, gent., and Mary, his wife, William
       Pugh of Llanungan co. Carnarvon, gent., and John ap Robert of Bottwnog, co.
       Carnarvon, yeoman, and Elizabeth, his wife;
2.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, Robert Evans of Llanarmon, Owen Lloyd of
       Llannor, and Richard Wynne of Penyberth, all of co. Carnarvon, gentlemen.
COVENANT to levy a fine of messuages and lands in the parish of Abererch, the
town of Pwllhely, and in Llannor and Llangynvil.

180.
1675, Dec.27.
1      John Thomas ap Hugh of Keidio, co. Carnarvon, yeoman;
2      Griffith John of Llaniestin, miller.
BOND for the payment of the sum of £14. 6s. 2d.

1676, Sept. 10.
1.     Rees ap Evan David of Llangwnadle, co. Carnarvon;
2.     Ffrancis Lloyd of Hirdre Vaige, co. Anglesey.
LEASE for 6 months of Tyddyn Evan ap Richard ymhenyllech in Bryn Kroes, co.
Carnarvon.

1676, Sept 12.
1.     Rees ap Evan David of Llangwnadle, co. Caernarvon, weaver;
2.     Francis Lloyd of Hirdrevaig, co. Anglesey, gent.
FEOFFMENT of the property specified in No. 9.

1676, Nov. 15.
1.     William Vaughan of Bronheylog, co. Denbigh, gent.;
2.     Henry Pritchard of Llansannan, co. Denbigh, drover.
LEASE of Tythin Issa and other messuages in the parish of Abergeley, co. Denbigh.

1678, May 1.
1.     William Price of Milbrooke, co. Bedford, yeoman;
2.     Jane Nicholas of St. Albones, co. Hertford, widow.
MORTGAGE for £300 of a messuage and lands in Milbrooke aforesaid.
481.
1678, May 1.
RELEASE from William Price, yeoman, to Jane Nicholas, widow, for £300.

480.
1678, May 1.
1.     William Price, yeoman;
2.     Jane Nicholas, widow.
BOND for the payment of £318.

181.
1678, July 1.
RECEIPT to Thomas John Thomas for the sum of 10s. 4d., being relief money in
respect of lands in Llangian, [co. Carnarvon], upon the death of John Thomas, his
father.

654.
1678, Aug. 14.
1.     Hugh Bodurda of Pullhely, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Anne Wood of Rhosmor, co. Anglesey, widow, and Edmund Glynne of
       Llangwyfen, gent.
MORTGAGE of Ysco and Llawenan and other messuages in the parishes of
Llanvaelrhis, Aberdaron and Llanllyfni, co. Carnarvon.

438.
1679, Aug. 29.
1.       John Williams of Bodwrdin, co. Anglesey, gent.;
2.       Howell Lewis, esq., and Maurice Lewis, gent., both of Gwredog.
LEASE for 21 years of messuages in Amlwch, Eglwysael, Trewalchmay, Heneglwys,
and - , co. Anglesey.
Mutilated.

724.
1681, April 26.
1.     Peter Rogers of Dymerchion, co. Flint, gent.;
2.     William Rutter of Bryngwyn Escob, co. Flint, esq.
LEASE for six months of messuages specified in No. 264 below.

264.
1681, April 27.
1.      Peter Rogers of Dymerchion, co. Flint, gent.;
2.      William Rutter of Bryngwyn Escob, esq.
MORTGAGE for £77 of a messuage and closes of land called y Coedkae tan y tu, y
byrdir, y Coetkae Gwynne, y vron vechan, y fron Sheate and Coetkae’r garreg, all in
Maen Eva, a messuage called y Pant glas and closes called Kaye’r Gangen ddu and y
Cae glas in Tre lan, and a close called Gweirglodd ? Shames in Bryngwyn Escob, all
in co. Flint.

2.
1681, July 1.
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION of the estate of John Robinson of Gwersillt,
granted to his widow, Margaret Robinson.
Latin.

191.
1681, Aug. 25.
ABSTRACT of the will of Dr. William Lewis, and of the codicil dated June 28, 1682.

348.
1681, Sept. 20.
RELEASE from Maurice Lewis of Trusklwyn, co. Anglesey, gent., to William
Robinson, gent., for the sum 10s. relief money in respect of lands in the township of
Cornwylys and hundred of Talybolion, payable upon the death of John Robinson,
esq., father of the said William Robinson.
Latin.

572.
1681/2, Jan. 20.
1.     Ellis Jeffrey of Nevin, co. Carnarvon, tailor;
2.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, gent.
DEMISE of quillets of land in Nevin aforesaid.

482.
1681/2, Feb. 23.
1.     Thomas Story of Guilden Morden, co. Cambridge, esq., and Valeanna, his
       wife;
2.     William Slater of Graveley, co. Hertford, gent.
GRANT of parcels of land in the parish of Graveley cum Cheisfeild otherwise
Cheisfeild cum Graveley.

664.
1682, Aug. 24.
1.     Catherine Wynne of Penllech, co. Carnarvon, widow;
2.     John Wynne of Berthaur, esq.
SURRENDER of Penllech, Tythin yn yr rhos, and Gyfynys, in the parish of Penllech,
co. Carnarvon.

717.
1682, Aug. 31.
1.     Richard Nanney of Kefn deuddwr, co. Merioneth, gent., Anne, his wife, and
       Lewis Nanney, his eldest son;
2.     Lewis Owen of Penniarth, esq.
SETTLEMENT (after the marriage of Richard Naney and Anne, his wife) of Kefn
deuddwr, Mirrie Koegion, Swch’r ravon, Kelli Gemlyn, y Tythyn bach, Havod fedw,
and other messuages in Trawsfynydd, Llanylltid, and Llanbeder, co. Merioneth.

385.
1683, June 6.
1.     John Robinson of Gwersillt, co. Denbigh, gent., on behalf of Madam Margaret
       Robinson;
2.     Griffith ap Richard of Llanddeusant, co. Anglesey, yeoman.
MEMORANDUM of an agreement relating to cows and oxen at Manachdu, co.
Anglesey.

665.
1684, Aug. 27.
1.     Francis Lloyd of Hirdrefaig, co. Anglesey, gent.;
2.     Richard Edwards and Robert Lloyd of Nanhoron, gentlemen;
3.     Owen Hughes of Bewmares, co. Anglesey, esq., and Owen Lloyd of Llanaber,
       co. Merioneth, clerk.
RELEASE to make a tenant to the praecipe for the suffering of a recovery of Plas yn
Llangwnadle, Melin Llangwnadle, and other messuages in Llangwnadle, Morva,
Brynkroes, Bodryth, Tydweiliog, Nevin, Ultradaron, Uwchseley, Isseley, Llangian,
Pwllhely, and Llaniestyn, co. Carnarvon, and Hirdrefayg in Llanffinnan, co.
Anglesey.

666.
1684, Sept. 2.
1.     Elizabeth Wynne of Llangwnadle, co. Carnarvon, widow;
2.     Francis Lloyd of Hirdrevaig, co. Anglesey, gent.
MORTGAGE of Tythyn y llan and other messuages in the parishes of Llangwnadle,
Llaniestyn, and Bryncroes, co. Carnarvon.

282.
1684, Sept. 20.
EXEMPLIFICATION of a fine levied between Maurice Griffith and John Hughes,
plaintiffs, and Edward, Lord Herbert of Cherburie, deforceant, when the deforceant
acknowledged 15 messuages, 20 gardens, 320 acres of land, and 40s. rent, in
Llaneingan, Llandian, Llanaylhayarne, Elernion, Caernarvon, Llanbeblig, Llanrug,
Llanvairvechan, and Dwygyfylchi, co. Carnarvon, to be the right of the plaintiffs.

303.
1684, Sept. 20.
EXEMPLIFICATION of a fine levied between Richard Edwards, gent., plaintiff, and
Edmund Glynne, esq., and Elizabeth, his wife, and Simon Evans and Catherine, his
wife, deforceants, when the deforceants acknowledged one messuage, four gardens,
and 36 acres of land in Elernion, co. Carnarvon, to be the right of the plaintiff.
712.
1684, Sept. 20.
EXEMPLIFICATION of a fine levied between Richard Edwards, gent., Robert
Evans, Owen Lloyd and Richard Wynne, plaintiffs, and John ap Richard John and
Anne, his wife, Evan Evans, gent., and Mary, his wife, William Pugh and John ap
Robert and Elizabeth, his wife, deforceants, when the deforceants acknowledged five
messuages etc., in Abererch, Pwllhelie, Llannor, and Llangynvel, to be the right of
the plaintiffs.

631.
1685, June 19.
1.     John Gryffies of Llanvillin, co. Mountgomery, gent.;
2.     William Lloyd of Finnant, gent., Walter Gryffies of Llanvillin and Peter
       Gryffies of Oswestry, mercers.
LEASE for a year of messuages in Llanvillin, Bachie, Brineltin, and Globwl, co.
Montgomery.

55.
1685, Aug. 4.
1.     Evan Wynne of Llannor, co. Carnarvon, gent., and Evan Thomas of
       Llangwnadle, yeoman, and Ellen, his wife;
2.     Maurice Griffith of Methlem, co. Carnarvon, and Jeremiah Edwards of Havod
       garregog, co. Merioneth, gentlemen.
MORTGAGE of Bodnithoedd, parish of Meillteyrne, the close of land called Cae hen
Drevor, and yr Hendre and Tu yn y Bwlch in the parish of Rhiw, co. Carnarvon.

53.
1685, Aug. 4.
COUNTERPART of No. 55.

667.
1686, April 9.
1.     Francis Lloyd of Hirdrefaig, co. Anglesey, gent.;
2.     Hugh Bodwrda of Bodwrda, co. Carnarvon, Owen Hughes of Bewmares, co.
       Anglesey, Edward Williams of Meillionydd, co. Carnarvon, esquires;
3.     John Wynne of Berthaur, esq.
SETTLEMENT (after the marriage of Francis Lloyd and Catherine, his wife) of Plas
yn Llangwnadle, Melin Llangwnadle, and other messuages in co. Carnarvon, and
Hirdrefaig and Melin Hirdrefaig in Llanfinan, co. Anglesey.

668.
1686, April 9.
COUNTERPART of no. 667.

359.
1686, May 3.
1.     Margaret Williams, widow, William Williams, yeoman, and Ellin, his wife, all
       of Cornwy lys, co. Anglesey;
2.     Margaret Robinson of Gwersillt, co. Denbigh, widow.
LEASE for six months of Tythyn y tu yn y Maen in Cornwylys, parish of
Llanvairynghornwy, co. Anglesey.

750.
1686, -
DRAFT of No. 646 below.

646.
1686, Aug. 25.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, gent., and Anne, his wife;
2.     John Wynne of Berthaur, co. Carnarvon, and Owen Hughes of Beumares, co.
       Anglisey, esquires.
DEED to lead the uses of a fine to be levied upon messuages in Llangian, Bottwnog,
Llaniestin, Tre yr Glyn, Meillteyrne, Trefays, Llaneingan, Tair Trefoch, Rhiw,
Brynckroes, Aberdaron, Bodryth, Nevin, Pistyll, Pwllhelie, Elernion, Carnarvon,
Llangybie, Abererch, Llanor, Trefodvell and Bodegroes, co. Carnarvon.

59.
1687, Nov. 2.
1.     Francis Lloyd of Hirdrevay, co. Anglizey, gent.;
2.     Evan Wynne of Bodnithoedd, co. Carnarvon, gent.
AGREEMENT (counterpart) to convey a messuage in Pwllhely, co. Carnarvon.

412.
1687/8, Jan. 9.
1.     Jeremiah Edwards of Havodgarregog, co. Merioneth, gent.;
2.     Evan Wynne of Pwllhely, co. Carnarvon, gent.
LEASE for six months of Bodnithoedd and other messuages in the parish of
Meilltyrne, co. Carnarvon.

81.
1687/8, Jan. 10.
1.     Jeremiah Edwards, gent.;
2.     Evan Wynne, gent.
RELEASE of the property specified in No. 412.

61.
1687/8, Jan. 20.
1.     Francis Lloyd of Hiredrevaig, co. Anglesey, gent.;
2.     Evan Wynne of Pwllhely, co. Carnarvon, gent.
LEASE (counterpart) of Bodnithoedd in the parish of Meilltyrne, co. Carnarvon.
53.
1687/8, Jan. 20.
COUNTERPART of No. 61.

54.
1687/8, Jan. 21.
1.     Evan Wynne;
2.     Francis Lloyd.
RELEASE of the property specified in No. 61.

58.
1687/8, Jan. 21.
1.     Evan Wynne;
2.     Francis Lloyd.
BOND for the performance of covenants.

653.
1688, May 30.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, gent.;
2.     Richard Roberts of Cerniog, yeoman.
DEED OF EXCHANGE of parcels of land in Cerniog aforesaid.

146.
1689, July 3.
PROBATE of the will of Rees ap Evan David late of the parish of Llangwnadle, co.
Carnarvon, diocese of Bangor, deceased. Will dated Jan. 21, 1687/8.

190.
1689, Oct. 5.
ASSIGNMENT of mortgage, to await the inheritance, of lands in the parish of
Milbrooke, co. Bedford.
[Badly Mutilated].

483.
1689, Oct. 8.
1.     William Price of Milbrooke, gent., and Jatherine, his wife, William Barnewell
       of Ampthill, clerk, and Elizabeth, his wife, Thomas Kent of Ridgemount,
       gent., and Rebecca, his wife, and John Odell of Wootton Pillage, parish of
       Wootton, yeoman, and Joane, his wife, all of co. Bedford.
2.     John Hinde of the parish of St. Andrewes Holborne, co. Middlesex, brewer.
RELEASE of a messuage and closes of land in Milrbooke aforesaid.

484.
1689, Nov. 27.
1.     Rebecca Burr of Wootton Pillage, parish of Wootton, co. Bedford, widow;
2.     John Hind of the parish of St. Andrewes Holborne, co. Middlesex, brewer;
3.    Robert Hind of the same, brewer.
RELEASE of a fee-farm rent of 43s. issuing from Bidwells in Milbrooke, co.
Bedford.

426.
1689, Dec. 6.
1.     John Hind of the parish of St. Andrewes Holborne, co. Middlesex, brewer;
2.     Rebecca Burr of Wootton, co. Bedford, widow;
3.     William Price of Milbrooke, George Stoughton of Marstone Moreteyne, John
       Tufnell of the same, gentlemen, William Barnewell of Ampthill, clerk and
       Thomas Kent of -, gent., all of co. Bedford.
LEASE for 99 years of messuages and lands in Milbrooke and Marston aforesaid.
Mutilated.

709.
1689/90, Feb. 27.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq., and Thomas Edwards his
       son and her apparent;
2.     William Lathropp of Utoxciter, co. Stafford, Robert Lathropp of West Felton,
       co. Salop, and Hugh Evans of Brynhunog, co. Carnarvon, gentlemen;
3.     The said Robert Lathropp.
SETTLEMENT (after the marriage of Thomas Edwards and Mary, his wife) of
Nanhoron and other messuages in Llangian, Bottwnog, Llaniestyn, Meillteyrne,
Llaneingan, Rhiw, Bryncroes, Aberdaron, Bodryth, Pwllhelie, Llangybie, Carnarvon,
Nevin and Pistill, co. Carnarvon.

424.
1690, march 26.
1.      Richard Spicer otherwise Helder of Offley, co. Hertford, esq.;
2.      Mathew Spicer otherwise Helder of Hitchin, co. Hertford, gent.
MORTGAGE for £500, by way of demise for 500 years, of a messuage in the parish
of Pulloxhill, co. Bedford.

486.
COUNTERPART of No. 424.

485.
1690, Oct. 2.
1.     Francis Eve, citizen and frame-work-knitter of London, and Susannah, his
       wife;
2.     Sammuell Browning of Chancery Lane, co. Middlesex, gent.
MORTGAGE for £50, by way of demise for 1.000 years, of a parcel of land called
Beacon Piece, parish of Graveley cum Cheisfield otherwise Cheisfield cum Graveley.
Counterpart.

639.
1690, Dec. 12.
PERMIT by the freeholders and burgesses of Nevin to Richard Edwards of
Nanhoron, gent., to enclose a small nook of commons upon the payment of a yearly
rent of 5s.

555.
1691, June 9.
1.     Richard Spicer alias Helder …;
2.     Morgan Hind…
LEASE for a year of messuages in the parish of Offley, co. Hertford.
Mutilated.

487.
1691, June 10.
1.      Richard Spicer otherwise Helder of Little Offley, parish of Offley, co.
        Hertford, esq.;
2.      Robert hind the elder of the parish of St. Andrews Holborne, and Morgan
        Hind of the parish of St. Martins in the Fields, both of co. Middlesex, brewers.
3.      Benjamin Lindsey of the parish of St. Andrews Holborne, gent., and Robert
        hind the younger;
4.      John Hind of Perpoole Lane, parish of St. Andrews Holborne, brewer, and
        Mary Hind, his eldest daughter.
SETTLEMENT (before the marriage of the said Richer Spicer and Mary Hind), of a
capital messuage, messuages, and lands in the said parish of Offley.

163-4.
1691, Dec. 10-11.
1.      Margaret Pennant of Mertyn, co. Flint, widow;
2.      Margaret Salusbury of Bachegraig, spinster.
LEASE AND RELEASE (assignment of mortgage) of a messuage in Tre‟r Llan,
parish of Dymerchion, co. Flint.

165.
1691, Dec. 11.
1.     Margaret Pennant;
2.     Margaret Salusbury.
BOND for the observance of covenants contained in No. 164.

272.
1691/2, March 22.
PROBATE of the will of Sidnay Lloyd late of Vachddeiliog, parish of Llangower, co.
Merioneth, widow, deceased.
Will dated July 6, 1691.

641.
1693, July 3.
1.     John Wynne of Plas-Bella, co. Denbigh, gent.;
2.     William Vaughan of Bronheylog, esq.
GRANT of a seat and burying place in the north isle of the parish church of Llanvaire
Talhayarn.

565.
1693, July 11.
1.     Samuel Powell of Stanidge, co. Radnor, and Elizabeth Powell, widow;
2.     Robert North of the parish of S, Giles in the Fields, co. Middlesex, the Hon.
       Montague North of London, and the Hon. Roger North of the Middle Temple,
       esquires;
3.     John Withers, citizen and fishmonger of London, and John Tolson of London,
       gent.;
4.     John Boyd of Bettshanger, co. Kent, esq.
ASSIGNMENT of mortgage of the manors of Stow and Weston, co. Salop.

322.
1693, Aug. 10.
1.     Hugh Bodurda of Bodurda, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Anne Wood of Rhosmor, co. Anglesey, widow.
RELEASE (copy) of messuages in the parishes of Llanvaylrhys, Aberdaron, Rhiw,
and Llanllyfny, co. Carnarvon.

488.
1693, Oct. 24.
1.     John Hinde of the parish of St. Andrew Holborne, co. Middlesex, brewer, and
       Rebecca Hinde, one of his daughters;
2.     Samuel Browning of Lincolnes Inne, co. Middlesex, gent.;
3.     John Browning of London, gent., and Robert Hinde the younger of the said
       parish of St. Andrew Holborne, brewer.
AGREEMENT in consideration of the intended marriage of the said Samuell
Browning and Rebecca Hinde.

489.
COUNTERPART of No. 488.

56.
1693, Dec. 19.
WILL of Francis Lloyd of Hirdrevaig, co. Anglesey, esq.

624.
1694, Sept. 6.
1.     John Griffithes of Bachie, co. Mountgomerry, gent.;
2.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.
SETTLEMENT (before the marriage of Peter Griffithes and Rachel Edwards) of
messuages in Bachie, and Llanvylling, co. Mountgomery.
773.
1694, Oct. 10.
Will (copy) of Hugh Bodurda of Bodurda, co. Carnarvon, esq.

467.
1695, March 26.
1.     Timothy Griffiths of London, gent.;
2.     Timothy Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, gent.
ASSIGNMENT of terms of years created as to messuages and lands in Llaniestyn,
Llangwnadle, Bodryth, and Morva, co. Carnarvon.

628.
1695, May 20.
1.     Griffith ap Evan of Aberdaron, yeoman;
2.     Timothy Edwards of Nanhoron, gent., and Thomas Reignald of Llangian,
       mercer.
SETTLEMENT (after the marriage of Griffith ap Evan and Elizabeth, his late wife,
now deceased) of y ty yn Bodryth in the parish of Aberdaron aforesaid.

561.
1695, July 2.
1.     George Coytmor of Coytmore, co. Carnarvon, esq., and Mary his wife;
2.     William Madryn of Carnarvon, and Thomas Fletcher of Treborth, gentlemen;
3.     John Holland and Henry Rowlands of Carnarvon, gentleman.
COVENANT to levy a fine and recovery of messuages in Aberdaron, Rhiw,
Llanvailrhys, Llangwnadle, Deneio, Llanbeblicke, and Llanllyfny, co. Carnarvon.

109.
1695, July 2.
1.     Jane Lewis ap Edward of Rhosbeirio, co. Anglesey, widow;
2.     John Davies of Jesus College, Oxford, clerk, grandson of the said Jane Lewis
       ap Edward.
CONDITIONAL SURRENDER of messuages and lands in the parishes of
Rhosbeirio, Llanbadricke, Llanvechell, and Llanelian, co. Anglesey.

111.1695, July 4.
1.    John Davies of Jesus College, Oxford, clerk, Marmaduke Davies of
      Carnarvon, corviser, Catherine Davies of Rhosbeirio, co. Anglesey, spinster,
      Peter Pickard of Carnarvon, gent., and Anne, his wife;
2.    John Owen of Amlwch, co. Anglesey, esq., and Hugh Griffith of Carnarvon,
      gent.;
3.    Jane Lewis ap Edward of Rhosbeirio, widow, grandmother of the said John
      Davies;
COVENANT to levy a fine of messuages and lands specified in No. 109.
619.
1695, Aug. 24.
FINAL CONCORD in a fine levied between William Madrin and Thomas Fletcher,
esquires, plaintiffs, and George Coytmor and Mary his wife, deforceants, when the
deforceants acknowledged 50 messuages, etc., in the parishes of Aberdaron, Rhiw,
Llanvailrhys, Llangwnadle, Deneio, Llanbeblick, and Llanllyfny, to be the right of the
plaintiff.

775.
1695, Aug. 29.
TRANSCRIPT OF A RECOVERY of 50 messuages, 80 gardens, and 2.602 acres of
land in the parishes of Aberdaron, Rhiw, Llanvaylrhys, Llangwnadle, Deneio,
Llanbeblick, and Llanllyfny, co. Carnarvon, suffered between John Holland and
Henry Rowlands, gentlemen, demandants, and William Madrin and Thomas Fletcher,
esquires, tenants, who vouched to warranty George Coytmor and Mary, his wife.

106-7.
1695, Sept. 27-8.
1.     John Davies of Jesus College, Oxford, clerk, and Jane Lewis ap Edward of
       Rhosbeirio, co. Anglesey, widow, grandmother of the said John Davies;
2.     Pierce Lloyd of Lligwy, co. Anglesey, esq.
LEASE AND RELEASE (mortgage) of messuages called Tythyn y Tu hir in
Rhosbeirio, Tythyn Rhosbeirio otherwise Tythyn y Tu du, Tythyn y Gwenithfryn, Kay
Hen, Tythyn Athel fawr otherwise y Tir Ithell fawr, Garth Cynddylan, and Corse
Kenricke, a messuage with a parcel of land at the east end of the messuage called
Merthyn Gwenhwyfar wen, and other messuages and lands in the parishes of
Rhosbeirio, Llanbadricke, Llanvechell, and Llandellian, co. Anglesey.

114.
1695, Sept. 28.
1.     John Davies of Jesus College, Oxford, clerk;
2.     Pierce Lloyd of Lligwy, co. Anglesey, esq.
BOND for the observance of covenants contained in No. 107.

150.
1695, Oct. 6.
RECEIPTS from Harry Williams to Mrs. Katherin Lloyd for King‟s rents and chief
rents in respect of Penrhin melin, ti hen and Llety fawr.

147.
1695/6, March 3.
GENERAL RELEASE from Robert Lloyd of Berthaure, co. Carnarvon, gent., one of
the sons of Francis Lloyd late of Hirdrefaige, co. Anglesey, esq., deceased, to
Catherine Lloyd, his mother, widow of the said Francis Lloyd.

960.
1696, Dec. 12.
LETTER: Owen Bettby to - . Legal matters.

49.
1696/7, Feb. 28.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq., and Timothy Edwards,
       one of his sons;
2.     Richard Owen of Penyarth, esq., and Edward Owen of Gwastadfryn, co.
       Merioneth, gent.
SETTLEMENT (after the marriage of Timothy Edwards and Anne, his wife) of Rhyd
y Clafr du and Plas Tudur in the township of Tre Bodvell, parish of Llannor, and
other messuages in Abererch, Elernion, Llangwnadle, Llangian, Bottwnog and
elsewhere in co. Carnarvon.

20.
1697, April 19.
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION of the estate of Hester Salusbury, late of
Bachgraig, co. Flint, spinster, deceased, granted to her sisters Margaret and Lucy
Salusbury, spinsters.

413.
1697, May 7.
1.      John Lloyd the elder of Llangwstennin, co. Carnarvon, gent., and John Lloyd
        the younger, his grandson and heir apparent;
2.      Thomas Edwards of Bodwythog and Tymothy Edwards of Nanhoron,
        gentlemen;
3.      Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, esq.
SETTLEMENT, (before the marriage of John Lloyd the younger and Anne Edwards,
spinster, daughter of the said Richard Edwards), of a capital messuage called
Llangwstennyn and messuages called Ty yn yr ynn, Penrhynissa, Calchog, Pabo, and
Tal y Sarne, in Llangwstennyn, Trewarth, Penrhyn, and Llansanffraid, all in co.
Carnarvon, and a capital messuage called Hendrewaelod, parish of Llansanffraid, co.
Denbigh.

716.
1697, May 7.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     John Lloyd of Llangwstennin, co. Carnarvon.
BOND for the payment of £100.

673-4.
1697, July 9-10.
1.     Marcus Trevor, viscount Dungannon, Sir Phillip Meadowes of the parish of
       St. Ann, Westminster, co. Middlesex, knight, Sir Robert Hamilton of Mount
       Hamilton in the county of Armagh, bart., James Hamilton of Tallymore, co.
       Doune;
2.    Owen Roberts of Cayrey, co. Anglesey, gent.
LEASE AND RELEASE of Kay Eingan whyeth in the parishes of Bodederne and
Llanynghenedle, co. Anglesey.

672.
1697, July 10.
1.     The Right Hon. Marcus Trevor, lord viscount Dungannon, Sir Phillip
       Meadowes of the parish of St. Anne, Westminster, knight, James Hamilton of
       Newcastle, co. Down, William Shaw of Dublin, esquires, and Andrew Card of
       Grayes Inne, co. Midlesex, gent.
2.     Owen Roberts of Cayrey, co. Anglisey, gent.;
3.     Thomas Roberts of Castellor, gent.
ASSIGNMENT of Cay Eingan Whyeth in Bodederne and Llanynghenedle, co.
Anglisey.

658.
1697, July 20.
1.     Maurice Trygarne of Trygarne, co. Carnarvon, gent., Jane, his wife, and John
       Jones of Penmorva, gent.;
2.     Timothy Edwards of Nanhoron, gent.
COVENANT to levy a fine of Ty yn y Coed in Trefodvell, parish of Llannor, co.
Carnarvon.

151.
1697.
RENTAL of lands in Llyn and of Mrs. Katherine Lloyd‟s jointure in co. Anglesey;
particulars of Mr. Francis Lloyd‟s debts paid by Mrs. Lloyd; and an account of
disbursements made by Mrs. Lloyd on behalf of her children.

283.
1697/8, Feb. 1.
1.     George Coytmore of Coytmore, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Timothy Edwards of Pwllhelie, gent.
LEASE for six months of a messuage in Pwllhelie, parish of Dyneio.

571.
1697/8, Feb. 2
RELEASE of the property specified in No. 283.

440.
1698, July 30.
1.     John Williams the elder of Bodwrdin, co. Anglesey, gent.;
2.     John Williams the younger of the same, gent.
SURRENDER of Rhydwythgyr in Amlwch and Rhydwythgyr.

451.
1698, Aug. 1.
1.      John Williams the elder, gent., Margaret, his wife, and John Williams the
        younger, his eldest son and heir apparent, all of Bodurdin, Griffith John
        Griffith of Bodegri, gent., and Anne, his wife, Hugh John Lewis of
        Llanrhyddlad, yeoman, and Elizabeth, his wife, Richard Owen of the same,
        blacksmith, and Ellen, his wife, Owen Williams of Carrog, esq., and
        Catherine, his wife, and Ellen Williams of Clygyrog, widow, all of co.
        Anglesey;
2.      Maurice Lewis of Trusklwyn, esq.
COVENANT to levy a fin of Rhydwythgyr in Rhydwythgyr and Amlwch, Nyodd
Tythyn Rhos and Tythyn bach, parish of Llanrhyddlad and township of Bodegri rudd,
Vodle Voyle and Tythyn Salsbury, township of Clegyrog and parish of Llanbadricke,
three fifth parts of Penheskin, Cae’r llech, Tythyn glan y llyn otherwise glan y llynn,
kefn Rhees, Glan y llyn bach otherwise Tythyn pen y graig otherwise Tythyn pen y
garreg, Cae Carreg y Cwinwydd, and Talar daday in Trefadog, Trefowen,
Conishioglis, Llanfaethly, Llanfihangel yn howyn, Cornwylan, and Llanrhyddlad, and
a house and quillet of land in the parish of Amlwch and township of Llysdylas, all in
co. Anglesey.

358.
1698, Nov. 1.
1.     William Robinson of Gwersylt, co. Denbigh, esq.;
2.     William Hughes of Manachdu, co. Anglesey, clerk.
LEASE for seven years of Manachdu aforesaid.

669.
1699, Aug. 12.
1.     John Lloyd of Llangwnadle, co. Carnarvon, esq., and Catherine Lloyd of
       Berthaur, widow;
2.     Robert Trygarne of Henblas, co. Denbigh, and lewis Evans of Bewmares, co.
       Anglesey, gent.;
3.     Owen Hughes of Bewmares aforesaid, and Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co.
       Carnarvon, esquires.
COVENANT to levy a fine and to suffer a recovery of Penllech, Plas Llangwnadle,
and other messuages in Penllech, Llangwnadle, Morva, Bryncroes, Llaniestyn,
Aberdaron, Moelfre, Bodryth, Tydweiliog, Denio, and Nevin, co. Carnarvon, and
Hirdrefaig in Llanffinan, co. Anglesey.

675-6.
1699, Aug. 15-16.
1.     Owen Roberts of Cayrae, co. Anglesey, gent.;
2.     William Robinson of Gwersillt, co. Denbigh, esq.
LEASE AND RELEASE of Kay Eingan Whyeth in Bodederne and Llanynghenedle,
co. Anglesey.

734.
1699, Aug. 17.
1.     William Robinson of Gwersilt, co. Denbigh, esq.;
2.     Thomas Roberts of Castellor, co. Anglisey, gent.
MORTGAGE of Monachtu in Llanvaire-ynghornwey, co. Anglesey.

670.
1699, Sept. 5
TRANSCRIPT of a recovery of 5 messuages in Hirdrefaig and Llanffinan suffered
between Owen Hughes and Richard Edwards, esquires, demandants, and Robert
Trygarne and Lewis Evans, gentlemen, tenants.
Latin.

680.
1699, Dec. 26.
1.     William Vaughan, Jane, his wife, Foulke Vaughan and Catherine Vaughan;
2.     David Parry, John Roberts, and Peter Ellis.
LEASE for a year of the properties specified in No. 566 below.

566.
1699, Dec. 27.
1.     William Vaughan of Bronheylog, co. Denbigh, gent., Jane, his wife, Foulke
       Vaughan, his son, and Catherine Vaughan, his daughter;
2.     David Parry of Llwynylin, John Roberts of Havod Bwch, and Peter Ellis of
       Broughton, co. Denbigh, esquires.
SETTLEMENT (before the marriage of Foulke Vaughan and Joyce Ellis) of
Bronheylog and other messuages in Bodrychwyn, Barrog, Talhayarne, Dinhengroen,
and Wickwer, co. Denbigh.

425.
1699/1700, Feb. 28.
1.      Hugh Reason of London, esq.;
2.      Thomas Crofts of London, mariner, and Martin Watts of Hartford Bridge, co.
        Southampton, yeoman, and Sarah, his wife;
3.      Thomas Briggs of Chichester, co. Sussex, doctor of laws;
4.      John Wakeford the younger of Chichester aforesaid, gent.
ASSIGNMENT of the prebend of Colworth in the Cathedral church of the Holy
Trinity of Chichester.
Mutilated.

256.
1700, Aug. 1.
1.     Edward Jones, glover, Ellin, his wife, and Margaret Meredith, spinster, all of
       Carnarvon;
2.     Hugh Wynne and John Glynne, both of Carnarvon, gentlemen.
COVENANT to levy a fine of Tu gardd y Plase in Nevyn, closes called Cae Corse
ynghared, Kae Bryn yr orsedd, and Kae Bryn Mathew, the sign of the Crown and
Anchor in Carnarvon, and several burgages in Conway, all in co. Carnarvon.

720.
1700, Aug. 1.
COUNTERPART of No. 256.

223.
1700, Nov. 15.
1.     John Prees of Llanvaelrhys, co. Carnarvon, yeoman;
2.     Thomas Edwards of Bodwylhog, and Timothy Edwards of Bodvell,
       gentlemen.
SETTLEMENT (after the marriage of the said John Prees and Catherine, his wife), of
Ty yn y Nant and Llewenan, parish of Llanvaelrhys.

671.
1700/1. Jan.1
1.      John Lloyd of Llangwnadle, co. Carnarvon, esq., and Catherine Lloyd,
        widow, mother of John Lloyd.
2.      Love Parry of Keven Llan Vaire, co. Carnarvon, John Wynne of Chwaen
        Wen, and John Owen of Presaddved, co. Anglesey, esquires;
3.      Lettice Bulkley of Brynddu, co. Anglesey, widow of William Bulkley.
SETTLEMENT (before marriage of John Lloyd and Lettice Bulkley) of Plas-yn-llan-
gwnadle, in the parish of Llangwnadle and other messuages in the parishes of Denio,
Pwllhely, Morva, Bryncroes, Moelfre, Tydweiliog, Nevin, Ultradaron, Uwchseley,
Isseley, Llangian and Llaniestyn, co. Carnarvon.

124.
1701, April 9.
1.      Anne Vaughan of Rhospirio, co. Anglesey, spinster;
2.      David Lloyd the younger, of Llwydiarth, co. Anglesey, esq., and Maurice
        Trygarn, co. Denbigh, gent.
DEED to lead the uses of a recovery of messuages in the township of Clygyrog in the
parish of Rhospirio, and in the parish of Bewmares, co. Anglesey.

323.
1701, Sept. 26.
1.     Cahrles Forrister, merchant, and John Browneing, gent., both of London;
2.     John Withers, citizen and fishmonger of London.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT touching trusts created as to land in cos. Salop and
Hereford.

490.
1701, Dec. 18.
1.    John Hinde of he parish of St. Andrews Holborne, London, brewer and
      Samuel Browning of the Six Clerks Office; Chancery Lane, London, gent.;
2.    Robert Hinde and Richard Hinde, both of the parish of St. Andrews Holborne,
      brewers.
RELEASE (to settle a jointure upon Rebecca, the wife of Samuel Browning) of the
manor of Brittvills otherwise Britfeilds with messuages and lands in Great Barford,
co. Bedford, and a capital messuage, co. Hertford.

491.
COUNTERPART (unexecuted) of no. 490.

414.
1703, July 13.
1.     Richard Lloyd of Bodnithoedd, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     John Vaughan of Berkin, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
3.     John Owen of Presaddfed, co. Anglesey, esq.
RELEASE, to make a tenant to the praecipe for the suffering of a recovery of
Bodnithoedd, parish of Meilltirne, co. Carnarvon.

90-1.
1703, Nov. 3-4.
1.     John Lloyd of Clynock, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     Symon Folkes of Bovell, esq.
LEASE AND RELEASE of Bryn Moylin in Trefodvel, parish of Llannor, co.
Carnarvon.

152.
1703, Dec. 18.
GENERAL RELEASE from Robert Lloyd of Newcastle, co. Limerick, Ireland, gent.,
to Richard Lloyd of Bodnithoedd co. Carnarvon, gent, his brother.

550.
1704, May 29.
1.     John Newdigate and Guybon Doughty;
2.     John Hinde and Richard Hinde.
LEASE for a year of the properties specified in No. 548 below.

548.
1704, May 30.
1.     Waller Bacon of Norwich, Thomas Hanbury of the Middle Temple, esquires,
       John James of Finmer, co. Oxon., esq., and Dorothy, his wife;
2.     John Newdigate of the Inner Temple, and Guybon Doughty of the Middle
       Temple, esquires;
3.     John Hinde and Richard hinde of St. Andrews, Holborn, brewers.
BARGAIN AND SALE of messuages in St. Andrews aforesaid.
148.
1704/5, Jan. 26.
1.     Llewelyn Lloyd of Berthaur, [co. Carnarvon], gent.;
2.     Catherine Lloyd, his mother.
ASSIGNMENT of lands devised to (1) by the will of Francis Lloyd, esq., now
deceased, his father.

492.
1705, April 9.
PROBATE of the will of John Hinde late of the parish of St. Andrew Holbourne, co.
Middlesex, brewer, deceased. Will dated April 20, 1694, with codicil dated May 19,
1696.

713.
1705, Nov. 2.
1.     George Coytmore of Coytmore, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Timothy Edwards of Madrin Issa, gent.
LEASE of Bodurda, Melyn Bodurda and Melyn Ucha in the parish of Aberdaron.

441.
1706, Aug. 30.
1.     John Williams the younger of Bodwrdin, co. Anglesey, gent.;
2.     Robert Griffith of Trysclwyn, gent.
BOND for the performance of covenants.

727.
1706, Oct. 5.
1.     Foulke Vaughan of Bronheylog, co. Denbigh, gent.;
2.     William Robinson of Gwersyllt, John Roberts of Plas Newydd in Llanvair
       Dyffryn Clwyd, esquires, and Thomas Lloyd of Wickwer, gent.;
3.     Margaret Salusbury of Bachegraig, co. Flint, spinster.
SETTLEMENT (before the marriage of Foulke Vaughan and Margaret Salusbury) of
Bronheylog and other messuages in Bodrychwyn, Barrog, Talhayarne, Tinhengroen,
and Wickwer, co. Denbigh.

153.
1706, Oct. 24.
1.     Foulke Vaughan of Bronheylog otherwise Vronheylog, co. Denbigh, gent.;
2.     William Robinson of Gwersyllt, esq., John Roberts of Plas newydd in
       Llanvair Dyffryn Clwyd, esq., and Thomas Lloyd of Wickwer, gent.
LEASE for six months of a capital messuage called Bronheylog, otherwise
Vronheylog, messuage called Plas Newydd, Pen y Bryn, Tythin Issa, Acre Velin, and
Tythin wrth Llan, two cottages, a „ffryth‟ called New Inne, one other cottage, and
fields called Doley Croes and Dole Wen, all situate in Borrychwyn, Barrog,
Talhayarne, Tinengroen, and Wickwar.
415.
1706/7, Feb. 4.
1.     John Lloyd of Llangwstennin, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     Timothy Edwards of Nanhoron, esq., and John Vaughan of Aberkin, gent.;
3.     Henry Vaughan of Pant Glase, esq.
COVENANT to levy a fine of a capital messuage called Llangwstennin and
messuages called Tu yn yr ynn, y Penrhyn issa, Calchog, Pabo and Tal y Sarn, with
other messuages in the parishes of Llangwstennin, Trewarth, Penrhyn, and
Llawhadden.

149.
1708, May 24.
1.     Owen Lloyd of Berthaur, [co. Carnarvon] gent.;
2.     Catherine Lloyd, his mother.
ASSIGNMENT of lands devised to (1) by the will of Francis Lloyd, esq., now
deceased, his father.

567.
1709, April 20.
1.     Margarett Owen of Conway, co. Carnarvon, widow;
2.     Tymothy Edwards of Bodwrda, esq.
LEASE for six months of a messuage and quillets of land in Nevin, co. Carnarvon.

427.
1709, April 28.
1.     John Griffith ap Probert of the parish of Rhiw, co. Carnarvon, yeoman, Ellin,
       his wife, and Edward John Griffith, his son and heir apparent;
2.     William Lloyd of Llanfaelrhus, yeoman.
FURTHER CHARGE of Tu yn y Penalt otherwise y Penalt, parish of Rhiw.

442.
1709, Nov. 1.
WILL of Robert Griffith of Trusklwyn, co. Anglesey, gent.

576.
1710, Aug. 2
1.     Hugh ap Evan, of Llanengan, co. Carnarvon, yeoman, Gaynor, his wife, John
       Pritchard of Nevin, yeoman, and Elizabeth, his wife, and Margarett, Ellin, and
       Sarah Williams of Llanengan aforesaid, spinsters;
2.     Timothy Edwards of Bodurda, esq.
MORTGAGE of messuages in Llanengan aforesaid.

443.
1710/11,March 6.
1.    Grace Griffith otherwise Lewis of Parke, parish of Llanigrad, co. Anglesey,
      widow;
2.   William Lewis of Trusklwyn, esq., son and heir of the said Grace.
ASSIGNMENT of a term of years created as to Rhydwythgyr in Rhydwythgyr and
Amlouch.

444-5.
1710/11. March 9-10.
1.     Grace Griffith of Parke, parish of Llanigrad, widow, and John Griffith of
       Llanddyfnan, esq.;
2.     William Lewis of Trusklwyn, esq.
LEASE AND RELEASE of Rhydwygyr, parish of Amlouch.

115.
1711, Aug. 30.
1.     John Davis, clerk, of Warton, co. Lancaster;
2.     William Williams of Wrexham, co. Denbigh, gent.
BOND for the payment of the sum of £57.

92-3.
1711/2, Jan. 25-6.
1.     Richard Vaughan of Cors y Gedoll, co. Merineth, esq.;
2.     Zachary Shute of London, merchant.
LEASE AND RELEASE (assignment of mortgage) of Tythyin Moelin in the parish of
Llannor, co. Carnarvon.

577-8.
1712, May 9-10
1.     Hugh ap Evan of Llanengan, co. Carnarvon, yeoman;
2.     Tymothy Edwards of Bodwrda, esq.
LEASE AND RELEASE of Ty Newydd in Llanengan aforesaid.
Mutilated.

306.
1712, Nov. 12.
1.     Lewis ap Evan, of Rhiw, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     Timothy Edwards of Bourda, gent.
GRANT of parcels of land called Cae’r Bige and Llinie’r Comon, parish of Rhiw.

234.
1712-1812.
ABSTRACT OF TITLE of Evan Evans of the city of Bangor, to lands and premises
in the parishes of Meylltyrne and Bottwnog, co. Carnarvon.

468.
1713, Dec. 8.
1.     Gaynor Williams of Brymor, co. Carnarvon, widow;
2.     James Brynker of Brynker, co. Carnarvon, and John Griffith of Llandyffnan,
       co. Anglesey, esquires.
LEASE for six months of Brymor and other messuages in Dwygyfylchi,
Llanvaervechan, Aber, Llanbeblig, otherwise Llanpeblick, Llanvair Isgaer,
Llanddinilen, and Carnarvon, co. Carnarvon, and Llangeinwen, co. Anglesey.

564.
1713, Dec. 9.
1.     Gaynor Williams, widow;
2.     James Brynker and John Griffith, esquires;
3.     Maurice Wynne of Brynker.
SETTLEMENT (before the marriage f the said Maurice Wynne and Gaynor
Williams) of the property specified in No. 468.

267.
1714, April 30.
1.     Maurice Griffith of Methlem, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     Timothy Edwards of Bodurda, esq.
LEASE for six months of messuages, cottages, and lands in Llaniestyn.

579.
1714, May 1.
1.     Maurice Griffith;
2.     Timothy Edwards.
RELEASE of the messuages specified in No. 267.

623.
1714/5, Feb. 9.
1.     Evan Jones of Bryncroes, co. Carnarvon, blacksmith;
2.     Richard Even of Penllech, blacksmith.
LEASE for 6 months of messuages in the parishes of Penllech and Llangwnadle, co.
Carnarvon.

690.
1714/5, Feb. 10.
1.     Evan Jones;
2.     Richard Evan.
RELEASE of the properties specified in No. 623.

154.
1715, Sept. 3.
ASSIGNMENT from Lieutenant Samuel Wynne of Brigadier Rook‟s late Regiment
of Foot, to Ralph Lambert, D.D., Dean of Down in Ireland, and Capt. Morris Wynne
of Brynmor, co. Carnarvon, of arrears of interest due upon a sum of £1,016 13s. 4d.,
in trust for the education of the said Samuel Wynne‟s children.
116.
1716, Aug. 8.
1.     William Williams of Wrexham, co. Denbigh;
2.     Richard Lloyd of Herdrevaig, co. Anglesey, gent.
ASSIGNMENT of the bond contained in No. 115. (Aug. 30, 1711)

119.
1716, Aug. 8.
LETTER: W. Williams to the Rev. Thomas Holand at Erthigg, near Wrexham,
reporting the transaction specified in No. 116.

105.
1716, Aug. 13.
1.     Francis Dorfel, gent., agent and steward of the estate of Thomas Lloyd, esq.;
2.     Richard Lloyd of Hirdrevaig, gent.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT for the conveyance of property specified in deeds
dated Sept. 28-29, 1695, and being the property specified in Nos. 104-5 below.
[Enclosed in No. 104.]

103-4.
1716, Sept. 28-29.
1.      Thomas Lloyd of Llandinan, co. Anglesey, esq., son and heir apparent of
        Peirce Lloyd of the same, esq., deceased, and Grace Jones of Carreckhovah,
        co. Denbigh, widow, grandmother and guardian of the said Thomas Lloyd;
2.      Richard Lloyd of Hirdrevaig, co. Anglesey, gent.
LEASE AND RELEASE (assignment of mortgage) of messuages called Tythin y Tu
hir and Tythin Rhosebeirio otherwise Tythin or tir Yr yskibor hen and other lands in
the parishes of Rhosbeirio, Llanbadrick, Llanvechell, and Llaneilian.

711.
1717, May 29.
1.     Timothy Edwards of Bodwrda, co. Carnarvon, esq., and Richard Edwards his
       eldest son;
2.     John Griffith of Cefnamlwch, esq.
AGREEMENT in respect of a dispute arising out of the will of William Griffith of
Cefnamlwch, deceased.

700.
1717, June 1.
1.     John Griffith of Cevenamlwch, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Thomas Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
3.     William Edwards, infant son of Timothy Edwards of Bodurda, co. Carnarvon,
       esq.
LEASE of Brynydol Porthyscaden and other messuages in the parishes of
Tydweiliog, Penllech, and Llandid wen, co. Carnarvon.
702.
1717, June 1.
JUDGEMENT in an action between Timothy Edwards, esq., plaintiff, and John
Griffith, esq., defendant.
Copy.

703.
N.D. [1717].
TRANSCRIPTS of the answers of Timothy Edwards and William Edwards to the bill
of complaint of John Griffith.

182.
1718, May 15.
CERTIFICATE of probate of the will of Thomas John late of the parish of Llangian,
co. Carnarvon, diocese of Bangor, deceased.
Latin.

185.
1718, July 31.
ASSESSMENT on the town and liberties of Carnarvon for a land-tax for the year
1717.

98.
1718, Sept. 10.
PROBATE of the will of Symon Folkes of Bodvell, co. Carnarvon, esq. Will dated
Dec. 20, 1716.
Copy.

446-7.
1719, Oct. 23-4.
1.      William Lewis of Trusklwyn, co. Anglesey, esq.;
2.      Richard Lloyd of Rhosbeirio, gent.
LEASE AND RELEASE of Rhydwyddgir, parish of Amlwch. With a draft account
for the execution of the above transaction.

332.
1719-21.
INSCRIPTIONS on the tombstones of Edward Wms., Jane, his wife, Thomas
Edwards, and Samuel Butler.

683.
1720, June 6.
1.     John Thomas of Gwerthir, parish of Llangyan, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     William Pritchard of Llangyan, gent.;
3.     Richard Lewis of Barrach.
SETTLEMENT (before the marriage of John Thomas and Ellin Prichard) of Tyddin
Caen gwerthir and other messuages in Gwerthir, commote of Gafflogion, co.
Denbigh.

117.
1720, July 5.
1.      Martha Maddocks of Carnarvon, widow;
2.      Richard Lloyd of Rhosbeirio, co. Anglesey, gent.
AGREEMENT for the conveyance of one third part of a messuage called Rhosbeirio
issa, parish of Rhosbeirio, co. Anglesey.

122-3.
1720, July 25-6.
1.     Martha Madocks of Carnarvon, widow;
2.     Richard Lloyd of Rhosbeirio, co. Anglesey, gent.
LEASE AND RELEASE of the property specified in No. 117.

121.
1720, Aug. 4.
1.     Jane Reynolds of the parish of Wrexham, co. Denbigh, widow;
2.     Richard Lloyd of Rhosbeirio, co. Anglesey, gent.
LEASE for six months of one third part of a messuage called Rhosbeirio issa, parish
of Rhosbeirio, co. Anglesey.

112.
1720, Aug. 5.
1.     Jane Reynolds, widow;
2.     Richard Lloyd, gent.
RELEASE of the property specified in No. 121.

94-5.
1720, Aug. 5-6.
1.     Jane Folkes, widow;
2.     Maurice Lewis of the Middle Temple, London, esq.
LEASE AND RELEASE of Bryn Moylin in the parish of Llannor.

184.
1721, Sept. 6.
ASSESSMENT on the town and liberties of Carnarvon for a land-tax for the year
1720.

86.
1721/2, Jan. 6.
1.     William Vaughan of Bronheilog, parish of Llanvair Dole hayarn, co. Denbigh,
       gent.;
2.     Robert John Ellis of Pen u Bryn, parish of Abergeley.
LEASE (counterpart) of Pen y Bryn aforesaid.

776.
1722, Dec. 5.
1.     Catherine Roberts of Bryn y Neuodd, co. Carnarvon, widow, and Humphrey
       Roberts, her eldest son and heir apparent;
2.     George Coytmor of Tu Mawr, esq., and Dorothy Coytmor, spinster, his only
       surviving daughter.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT (copy) for the marriage of the said Humphrey
Roberts and Dorothy Coytmor.

537.
1722/3, Feb. 13
1.      George Coytmor of Coytmor, co. Carnarvon, esq., Mary, his wife, and Robert
        Coytmor, his son and heir apparent;
2.      The Hon. James Bertie of Benham, co. Berks, esq., and the Hon. Henry
        Bertie, his brother.
LEASE for a year of Coytmor, Melin Voytmor, Pandu Coytmor, and other messuages
in Llanllechid, Aberdaron, Dwygufulci, Llangwnadle, Rhiw, Llanfaire-fechan,
Llanllifnie, Bangor, and Bewmares, cos. Carnarvon and Anglesey.

471.
1722/3, Feb. 14.
1.     George Coytmor, Mary, his wife, and Robert Coytmor;
2.     The Hon. James Bertie and the Hon. Henry Bertie;
3.     The Rt. Hon. Richard, Lord Bulkley, Willoughby Bertie of the parish of Saint
       Margarett, Westminster, co. Middlesex, esq., and Sir Griffith Williams of
       Marle, bart., and William Brinker of Trebor, esq., both of co. Carnarvon;
4.     The Rt. Hon. Montague Venables, Earl of Abingdon, Sir Roger Mostyn of
       Mostyn, co. Flint, bart., William Owen of Porkington, co. Salop, esq., and
       William Price of Rhewlas, co. Merioneth, esq.
RELEASE, in consideration of the marriage of Robert Coytmor and Bridget Bertie, of
the property specified in No. 537.

386.
1722/3, Feb. 19.
1.     William Vaughan of Bronheylog, co. Denbigh, esq.;
2.     John Lloyd and Price Maurice, both of Bodfary, co. Flint, gentlemen.
LEASE for six months of Bronheylog and other messuages in the parishes of
Llanvaire Talhayarn and Abergeley, co. Denbigh.

574.
1722/3, Feb. 20.
1.     William Vaughan, esq.;
2.     John Lloyd and Price Maurice, gentlemen;
3.     Robert Wynne of Plas Newydd, parish of Henllan, co. Denbigh, esq.
RELEASE to make a tenant to the praecipe for suffering a recovery of the property
specified in No. 386.

156.
1724, April 15.
Will (copy) of Owen Lloyd of Cwinllethan, parish of Llanaber, co. Merioneth,
diocese of Bangor, clerk.

241.
1724, Nov. 7.
1.     William Vaughan of Bronheilog, co. Denbigh, esq.;
2.     Robert Stodart of Llangernew, clerk.
MORTGAGE for £110 of Tyddyn tan y Coed, parish of Llanvair-tal-hauarn.

448.
1724/5, March 8.
1.     William Lewis of Trusklwyn, co. Anglesey, esq., and Anne, his wife;
2.     Richard Lloyd of Rhos-beirio, gent.
COVENANT to levy a fine of Rhydwyddgyr, parish of Amlwch.

947.
1725, Nov. 12.
RECEIPT for £32:12:0 from John Thomas to John Evans.

307.
1725, Nov. 13.
1.     John Lloyd of Meaze, co. Down, Ireland, and Maurice Wynne of Carnarvon,
       Wales, esq.;
2.     The Rt. Rev. Ralph [Lambert], Lord Bishop of Dromore, Lewis Roberts of
       Cavans Street, co. Dublin, esq.
BOND for the payment of the sum of £50.

155.
1726, May 5.
PROBATE of the will contained in No. 156.
[In the form of a letter directe4d to Wm. Lewis of Truslywin in Anglesea.]

714.
1726, May 21.
WILL of Evan Lloyd of Pwllheli, co. Carnarvon, yeoman.

428.
1726, June 14.
1.     Ellin verch Rydderch of the parish of Rhiw, widow, and William Lloyd,
       parish of Llanvaelrhys, yeoman, both of co. Carnarvon;
2.     Robert Jones of the said parish of Rhiw, shoemaker.
RELEASE of the property specified in No. 427.

287.
1726, July 9.
1.     William Vaughan of Bronhaylog, co. Denbigh, esq.;
2.     Mary Myddelton of Croesnewydd, spinster.
MORTGAGE for £2,000 of a capital messuage called Bronheylog otherwise
Vronhaylog, and a messuage called PlaseNewydd, in Bodrwychwynne, parish of
Llanvair Talhayarn, and messuages called Pen y bryn, Tythin Issa and Acre Velin,
parish of Abergelley, Tan y Coed, township of mellay, and Ty yn y Bont in
Bodrychwynne, all in co. Denbigh.

388.
1726, July 9.
1.     William Vaughan, esq.;
2.     Mary Middleton, spinster.
BOND for the payment of the sum of £2,000.

186.
1727, Oct. 1.
ASSESSMENT on the town and liberties of Carnarvon for a land-tax for the year
1727.

512.
1727, Oct. 1.
1.     William Vaughan of Bronhaylog, co. Denbigh, esq.;
2.     David Hughes of Styviog, co. Flint, gent.;
3.     Mary Myddleton of Grosnewydd, co. Denbigh, spinster.
MORTGAGE of Bronheylog and other messuages in the parishes of Llanvaire
Talhayarne and Abergeley, co. Denbigh, and Dymerchion, co. Flint.

728.
1727, Oct. 4.
1.     William Vaughan of Bronheylog, co. Denbigh, esq.;
2.     David Hughes of Skyviog, co. Flint, gent.
LEASE for six months of Bronheylog and other messuages in Llanfair Talhayarn,
Abergeley, and Dymerchion, cos. Denbigh and Flint.

505.
1727.
1.     Mary Myddleton of Groesnewydd, co. Denbigh, spinster;
2.     John Hughes of Caerneddwen, co. Flint, gent.;
3.     David Hughes of Skyviog, co. Flint, gent.;
4.     William Vaughan of Bronheylog, co. Denbigh, esq.
ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE of Bronheilog and other messuages in the parishes
of Llanfair Talhaiarn and Abergeley, co. Denbigh.
Not Executed.

754.
1729, -
DRAFT of No. 389 below.

389.
1729, June 17.
1.     Richard Edwards of Lincolns Inne, co. Middlesex, esq.;
2.     Dorothy Michel, only daughter and heir of D‟oyly Michel late of London,
       esq., deceased;
3.     Anne Michel, mother of the said Dorothy Michel, and Thomas Martyn and
       Joseph Hayne, both of the Middle Temple, London, esquires.
SETTLEMENT of trusts, in consideration of the intended marriage of (1) and (2).

228.
1729, Aug. 11.
1.      Thomas Edwards of Nanhoron, and Timothy Edwards of Kefnmine, both of
        co. Carnarvon, esquires;
2.      Owen Williams of Madrin, gent.
LEASE for one year of Nanhoron, Lone dowill, Pen y bryn, Barrach, Tythyn du,
Rhydgaled, and Tythyn Thomas Reignald, in the parish and township of Llangian,
messuages in the parishes of Bottwnog, Llaniestyn [sic], Meilltyrn, and Llangian, and
in the parishes and townships of Rhiw, Bryncroes, Aberdaron, Bodryth, Pwllhely, and
Llangyby, chief rent of 35s. issuing from houses in Carnarvon, messuages in Nevin
and Pistill, messuages called Rhydyclaverdy, Rhyllach, and Tu yn y coed otherwise
Kefnmine in the township of Trevodvel, parish of Llannor, Plas Endor and Bodegros,
parish of Llannor, Cerniog and Penydref in the township and parish of Cerniog and
Nevin, messuages in the parishes of Llangian and Llangwnadle, and Maes y neodd,
Letherdy, and Rhosefawr in the township of Elernion, parishes of Llanaelhayarne and
Aberach.

504.
1729, Aug. 12.
1.     Thomas Edwards of Nanhoron, and Timothy Edwards of Kefnmine, co.
       Carnarvon, esquires;
2.     Owen Williams of Madrin, co. Carnarvon, gent.
RELEASE to make a tenant to the praecipe for the suffering of a recovery of the
messuages specified in No. 228.

721.
1729, Aug. 28.
FINAL CONCORD in a fine levied between Owen Williams, gent., plaintiff, and
Richard Edwards, esq., plaintiff, and Richard Edwards, esq., deforceant, when the
deforceant acknowledged a hundred messuages, etc., in Llannor, Trevodvell,
Abererch, Llangwnadle, Elernion, Llanailhayarne, Llangian, Bottwnog, Llaniestyn,
Meillteyrne, Llaneingan, Rhiw, Bryncroes, Aberdaron, Bodryth, Denio, Pwllhely,
Nevin, Pistill, Cerniog, Llangyby, Llanbeblig, and Carnarvon, co. Carnarvon, to be
the right of the plaintiff.

342.
1729, Sept. 15.
1.     Thomas Edwards of Nanhoron and Timothy Edwards of Kefnmine, both of
       co. Carnarvon, and Richard Edwards of Lincolns Inn, co. Middlesex, esquires;
2.     Owen Williams of Madrin, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
3.     John Wynn of Glynllivon, co. Carnarvon, esq.
DECLARATION of the uses of the recovery mentioned in No. 504.

246.
1729, Sept. 25.
1.      William Vaughan of Bronheylog, co. Denbigh, esq.;
2.      Owen Roberts of the township of Nant, parish of Abergeley, yeoman.
LEASE (counterpart) for 14 years of a messuage called Pen y bryn, and parcels of
land called Cae yr llun, y Tyddyn, y Bontgarreg, Cae yr berllan, y Werglodd, y
Werglodd bach, y fownog, Cefn y Coed, yr Allt felen, Gallt yr Odun, Gallt y perthi,
Cae yr drws. Yr Erw lub, y Cae gwynn, y Cae cornel, y Cae pellay, and Bron pull, all
situate in Nant aforesaid.

589.
1729/30, Jan. 3.
1.     Thomas Hughes of Llangian, co. Carnarvon;
2.     John Williams of Nevin.
SETTLEMENT (before the marriage of Thomas Hughes and Jane Williams of
Llannor, widow) of Cymmera in Llangian aforesaid.
Copy.

493.
1729/30, Jan. 7.
1.    Rebecca Browning of Newington Green, co. Middlesex, widow of Samuel
      Browning late of Lincolns Inne, co. Middlesex, esq., deceased, William
      Browning of the parish of St. James Clerkenwell, co. Middlesex, brewer,
      Samuel Browning of the parish of St. Andrews Holborn, brewer, Hinde
      Browning of London, gent., Rebecca Browning of Newington Green, spinster,
      Joseph Browning of London, cornfactor, James Browning of London,
      soapmaker, and Elizabeth Browning and Sophia Browning both of Newington
      Green, spinsters;
2.    John Browning of Lincolns Inne, esq., eldest son of the said Samuel
      Browning, deceased.
ASSIGNMENT of a debt of £1,200 due to Samuel Browning, deceased, from John
Browning, his brother.

494.
1730, April 28.
1.     The Rt. Hon. Edward Southwell, esq., Secretary of State for Ireland, and
       Edward Southwell, junior, esq., his son, lords of the manor of Down Patrick;
2.     John Browning of Lincolns Inn, and Thomas Beake of the parish of Saint
       James, both of co. Middlesex, esquires.
LEASE for 31 years of minerals in the manor of Down Patrick, co. Down, Ireland.

313.
1731, June 8.
1.     Richard Lloyd of Rhosbeirio, co. Anglesey, gent.;
2.     William Vaughan of Bronheilog, co. Denbigh, gent.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT for the marriage of the said William Vaughan and
Ann, eldest daughter of the said Richard Lloyd.

508.
1731, Oct. 12.
1.     David Roberts of Llwyn Inn, co. Denbigh, esq.;
2.     William Vaughan of Vronheylog, esq.
LEASE for a year of Vron heylog and other messuages in the parish of Llanvair
Talhayarn, co. Denbigh.

273, Oct. 13.
1.     David Roberts of Llwyn Inn, co. Denbigh, esq.;
2.     William Vaughan of Vronhaylog, esq.
RELEASE of the property specified in No. 508.

157.
1732, June 1.
GENERAL RELEASE from Catherine Wynne of Wern, co. Carnarvon, widow, to
Catherine Wynne of the same, spinster.

449-50.
1732, Nov. 20-1.
1.     Richard Lloyd of Rhosbeirio, co. Anglesey, gent.;
2.     Francis Lloyd of the same, gent.
LEASE AND RELEASE of Rhydwyddgyr parish of Amlwch.

509.
1733, May 22.
1.     Mary Myddelton of Groesnewydd, co. Denbigh, spinster;
2.     William Vaughan of Bronheylog, co. Denbigh, esq.;
3.     William Falconer of Chester, esq.
ASSIGNMENT of mortgage of Bronheylog and other messuages in the parishes of
Llanvair Talhayarn and Abergeley, co. Denbigh.

670.
1733, May 22.
COUNTERPART of No. 509.

682.
1733, May 22.
1.     William Vaughan;
2.     William Falconer.
DRAFT OF A BOND relating to No. 509.

510.
1733, May 22.
1.     William Vaughan, esq.;
2.     William Falconer, esq.
BOND for the performance of covenants.

735.
1734, April 24.
1.     Thomas Roberts of Bodiar, co. Anglesey, esq., Ellin Kyffin, wife of Thomas
       Kyffin of Maisan, co. Carnarvon, esq., and Thomas Kyffin aforesaid.
2.     Thomas Davies of Wrexham, co. Denbigh, gent.
ASSIGNMENT OF A TERM OF YEARS in Monachtu and other messuages in the
parishes of Bodederne, Llanvair yng hornwy, Llanynghenedle, and Bodewridd, co.
Anglesey.

390.
1735, Dec. 16.
1.     Sir George Markham of New Bond Street, co. Middlesex, bart.;
2.     Richard Edwards, esq., one of the Masters of the High Court of Chancery.
GRANT of kefn Mine and Llwynbeino, parish of Llannor, commote of Caflagion and
Dinllaen, co. Carnarvon.

276.
1735/6, Jan. 30.
1.       William Vaughan of Bronheilog, co. Denbigh, gent;
2.       Richard Lloyd of Rhosbeirio, co. Anglesey, and Robert Wynne of Plas
         Newidd, co. Denbigh, esquires.
LEASE for six months of a capital messuage called Bronheiliog, a water corn mill,
and messuages called Plas Newydd, Tu yn y Ddole, Tyddin y Bont, Tan y Coed,
Gyallt, ffryth Newynn, Tu yn y ffrith, and Ddole dan y fonwent, with other messuages,
all in the parish of Llanfair-Dole-haiarn, and Pen y bryn in the parish of Abergeley.

538.
1735/36, Jan.31.
1.    William Vaughan, and Anne his wife;
2.    Richard Lloyd and Robert Wynne, esquires;
3.     John Griffith of Llanddyfnan, co. Anglesey, and Robert Wynne of Cartheuin,
       co. Denbigh, esquires.
RELEASE (being a settlement after the marriage of William Vaughan and Anne his
wife) of he properties specified in No. 276.

430.
1.   Evan Roberts of the parish of Edern, shoemaker, and Katherine Evans of the
     parish of Rhiw, widow, both of co. Carnarvon;
2.   Lowry Hughes of Nevin, widow.
BOND for the payment of the sum of £10.

101-2.
1736, Sept. 29-30.
1.      Thomas Lloyd of Llanidan, co. Anglesey, esq., son and heir of Peirce Lloyd,
        late of the same, esq.;
2.      Richard Lloyd of Rhosbeirio, esq.;
LEASE AND RELEASE (assignment of mortgage) of messuages called Tyddin y Tu
hir and Tyddin Rhos-beirio otherwise Tyddin or Tir yr yskybor hen and other lands in
the parishes of Rhosbeirio, Llanbadrick, Llanfechell, and Llaneilian.

129-130.
1736/7, Feb. 8-9.
1.     Edward Wynne of Bodewrid, co. Anglesey, Doctor of Laws;
2.     Richard Lloyd of Rhosbeirio, co. Anglesey, esq., and Francis Lloyd, gent., son
       and heir of Richard Lloyd.
LEASE AND RELEASE of lands in the parish of Rhosbeirio, co. Anglesey.

692.
1736/7, Feb. 9.
WILL of William Vaughan of Bronheiliog, co. Denbigh, gent.

681.
1736/7, Feb. 9.
1.     William Vaughan of Bronheiliog, co. Denbigh, gent.;
2.     Francis Lloyd of Rhosbeirio, co. Anglesey, gent.
DEMISE of Bronheiliog and other messuages in Llanfair-Dole-haiarn and Abergeley,
co. Denbigh.

47.
1737, May 10.
1.     William Vaughan of Bronheiliog, co. Denbigh, esq.;
2.     Thomas Barber of Argoed, co. Flint, gent.
LEASE of minerals in the parish of Llanfair Talhaiarn.

158.
1737, May 14.
LICENCE to practice medicine granted by the University of Oxford to Francis Lloyd,
bachelor of medicine, of Jesus College.
Latin.

120.
1737, May 27.
RECEIPT from Edw. Wynn to Richard Lloyd, esq., for the sum of 5s. for a quillet
near the latter‟s mill, for the year ending Michaelmas 1736.

616.
1738, Oct. 5.
PROBATE of the will of Maurice Wynne of Porthraur, Carnarvon. Will dated March
31, 1737.

309.
1738/9, March 5.
AGREEMENT between Capt. John Lloyd and Francis Lloyd, bachelor in physic,
touching the payment of the money specified in No. 307 and the bequests made by
the will of Capt. Maurice Wynne.

308.
1739, April 14.
COVENANT by Thomas Rowlands and John Griffith to indemnify Francis Lloyd,
bachelor in physic, in respect of the payment of the money specified in No. 307.

429.
1739, July 17.
PROBATE of the will of Robert John Griffith, late of the parish of Rhiw, co.
Carnarvon, diocese of Bangor, [deceased]. Will date Jan. 13, 1727/8.

431.
1739, Sept. 28.
RECEIPT from Lowry Hughes to Thos. Edwards for the sum of £10 10s. due to her
son, Ellis Parry.

432.
1739, Oct. 13.
LETTER: Henry Ellis from Carnarvon, to his cousin Thomas Edwards at Plastanrallt,
enclosing Nos. 433-4 and the title deeds of Ty yn y Penallt.

433-4.
1739, Oct. 16-17.
1.     Catharine Evan, widow of Robert John Griffith otherwise Jones late of the
       parish of Rhiw, co. Carnarvon, corviser, deceased, and Evan Roberts, yeoman,
       eldest son and heir of the said Robert John Griffith, both of the said parish of
       Rhiw;
2.   Thomas Edwards of Plas tan‟r Allt, gent.
LEASE AND RELEASE of Ty yn y Penallt otherwise Penallt, parish of Rhiw.

511.
1740, Aug. 6.
1.     William Vaughan of Bronheiliog, co. Denbigh, esq.;
2.     William Falconer of Chester, esq.
BOND for the payment of £100.

495.
1741, July 16.
1.     John Payne of Thames Street, parish of Saint Andrew by the Ward Robe,
       London, sugar refiner;
2.     Elizabeth Browning of Newgate Street, parish of Christ Church, London,
       spinster;
3.     John Browning of Lincolns Inn, co. Middlesex, esq., Joseph Browning of
       Mark Lane, London, cornfactor, Bartholomew Payne of Bishopsgate Street,
       London, sugar refiner, and John Luxford of the parish of Saint Mary Overy,
       Southwark, co. Surrey, grocer.
MARRIAGE AGREEMENT of the said John Payne and Elizabeth Browning. With
papers relating thereto, including certificates of the purchase of New South-Sea
Annuities and Three Per Cent Annuities.

99.
1741, Oct. 18.
WILL of William Lewis of Truscklwyn, co. Anglesey, esq.
Copy.

221.
1743, June 22.
1.     Rice Jones of the parish of Llanfaelrhys, co. Carnarvon, yeoman;
2.     Thomas Edwards of Pwllhely.
MORTGAGE for £30 of the moiety of Ty yn y Nant and Llawenan, parish of
Llanfaelrhys.

222.
1743, June 22.
1.     Rice Jones;
2.     Thomas Edwards.
BOND for the performance of covenants contained in No. 221.

319.
1743, Aug. 6.
1.     William Bodville of Madrin, esq., The Rev. Richard Nanney of Clynnog,
       clerk, both of co. Carnarvon, Jeffrey Holland of Pennant, co. Denbigh, gent.,
       and Thomas Knight of Carnarvon, doctor in physic, executors of the will of
       Thomas Edwards late of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq., deceased;
2.     William Davies of Newmarkett, co. Flint, gent., and Anne, his wife, Ellis
       Roberts of Trawsfynydd, co. Merioneth, gent., and Margarett, his wife,
       Thomas Holland, Richard Holland, and William Holland;
3.     Richard Edwards of Lincolns Inn Fields, co. Middlesex, esq.;
4.     Thomas Edwards of Pwllhely, co. Carnarvon, gent.
ASSIGNMENT of messuages and lands in the parishes of Nevin and Pistill, co.
Carnarvon.

278.
1743, Aug. 6.
LETTERS OF ATTORNEY of William Davies of Newmarket, co. Flint, gent., and
Anne, his wife, Ellis Roberts of Trawsfynydd, co. Merioneth, gent., and Margaret, his
wife, Thomas Holland of Carnarvon, gent., and Richard Holland of the parish of Saint
Brides, London, empowering William Holland of Chancery Lane, co. Middlesex,
gent., to receive from Richard Edwards of Lincolns Inn Fields, co. Middlesex, esq.,
the sum of £225 specified in No. 319.

569.
1744, April 2.
EXEMPLIFICATION of a recovery of messuages in Dwygyfylchi, Llanvair vechan,
Aber, Llanllechid, Pentir Bangor, Maynol Bangor, Llanbeblick, Aberdaron,
Llanvaelrhys, Llangwnadle, and Rhiw, co. Carnarvon, suffered April 17, 1742,
between David Williams, gent, demandant, and William Williams, esq., and William
Pritchard, gent., tenants, who vouched to warranty James Coytmore, esq.

557.
1744, April 11.
1      Edward Phillip Pugh of Penrhyn, parish of Eglwys Rhose, co. Carnarvon,
       esq., and Mary, his wife;
2      Margaret Jones of Carnarvon, widow.
MORTGAGE of Bodwrda in the parish of Aberdaron.

774.
ABSTRACT of No. 557.

903.
1745/6, March 4.
CERTIFICATE of the levying of a fine, Aug. 24, 1695, between William Madryn and
Thomas Fletcher, esquires, plaintiff, and George Coytmore, esq., and Mary his wife,
deforceants, when the deforceants acknowledged fifty messuages, etc., in Ultradaron,
Iseseley, Gorvai, Morva, Carnarvon, Pwllhely and Bodrydd, co. Carnarvon to be the
right of the plaintiffs.

693.
1746, Oct. 7.
WILL of William Vaughan of Bronheiliog, parish of Llanfairalhaiarn, co. Denbigh,
esq.

553.
1746/7, Feb. 4.
WILL of William Vaughan of Bronhaylog, co. Denbigh, gent.

257.
1747, Sept. 26.
1.     Timothy Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Richard Edwards of Lincolns Inn Fields, co. Middlesex, esq., his eldest son
       and heir.
SURRENDER of Ty Gwin and other messuages in the parishes of Nevin and Pistill,
co. Carnarvon.

535.
1748, Aug. 29.
1.     Mary Bulkley of Coytmore, co. Carnarvon, widow, Edward Phillip Pugh of
       Penrhyn, and Mary, his wife;
2.     Richard Edwards of Lincolns Inn Fields, co. Middlesex, esq., one of the
       Masters of the High Court of Chancery.
LEASE for a year of Bodurda, Ynis y Gwilain, Melin Bodurda, Pandy Bodurda, and
other messuages in Aberdaron, Llanvaelrhus, and Rhiw, co. Carnarvon.

540.
1748, Aug. 30.
1.     Mary Bulkley, Edward Phillip Pugh, and Mary, his wife.
2.     Richard Edwards.
RELEASE of properties specified in No. 535.

778.
DRAFT of No. 192.

192.
1748, Aug. 30.
1.     Humphrey Roberts of Bryn y neuodd, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Edward Philip Pugh of Penrhyn, co. Carnarvon, esq., and Mary, his wife;
3.     Richard Edwards of Lincolns Inn Fields, co. Middlesex, esq., one of the
       masters of the High Court of Chancery.
DISCHARGE of a sum of £1, 318 13s. charged upon capital messuages called
Bodurda and Tu mawr in co. Carnarvon.

777.
COPY of No. 192.
779.
1748, Aug. 30.
1.     Margaret Jones of Carnarvon, widow;
2.     Edward Philip Pugh of Penrhyn, co. Carnarvon, esq., and Mary, his wife;
3.     Richard Edwards of Lincolns inn Fields, co. Middlesex, esq.;
4.     Lewis Nanney of Carnarvon, mercer.
ASSIGNMENT to await the inheritance of the term specified in No. 557.
Copy.

562.
1748, Oct. 4.
1.     Owen Philip Pugh of Penrhyn, co. Carnarvon, esq., and May, his wife;
2.     Elizabeth Thomas of ---- widow, John Price of Conway, clerk, Lancelot
       Bulkeley of Bewmares, co. Anglesey, tanner, Margaret Jones of Carnarvon,
       widow, Humphrey Roberts of Bryn y Neuodd, esq., John Humphreys of
       Holywell, co. Flint, mercer, Edward Griffith of Carnarvon, merchant, Robert
       Wynne of Garthewyn, co. Denbigh, esq., John Owen of Carnarvon, mercer,
       Owen Prichard of Liverpool, merchant, and David Williams of Conway, gent.;
3.     Richard Edwards of Lincolns Inn Fields, esq.;
4.     Lewis Nenney of Carnarvon, gent.
ASSIGNMENT of judgements against George and James Coytmor and others.

391.
COUNTERPART of no. 562.

736-7.
1748, Nov. 3-4.
1.     Sir Watkin Williams Wynn of Wynnstay, co. Denbigh, bart., and Mathew
       Bacon of the Middle Temple, London, esq.;
2.     Francis Lloyd of Rhosbeirio, doctor in physick.
LEASE AND RELEASE of Monachty and other messuages in Llanvairyngornwy,
Bodedern, and Llanynghenedle, co. Anglesey.

738.
1748, Nov. 4.
RECEIPT by Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn, bart., to Dr. Francis Lloyd for the purchase
money of Monachty.

684.
1748/49, Feb. 16.
1.    Ellin Pritchard of the parish of Llangian, co. Carnarvon, widow of John
      Thomas, late of Gwethur, Llangian, gent.;
2.    Thomas Jones of Gwerthur, gent., son and heir of John Thomas.
SURRENDER of Tyddyn Robin and other messuages in the parish of Llangian.

685.
1748/9, March 1.
1.     Thomas Jones of Gwerthur, parish of Llangian, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     William Prichard of Carnarvon, gent.
LEASE for 6 months of Tyddyn Cae yngwerthur and other messuages in Gwerthur
aforesaid.

686.
1748/9, March 2.
1.     Thomas Jones;
2.     William Prichard;
3.     Rev. Richard Thomas, clerk, rector of Bottwnog.
RELEASE to make a tenant to the praecipe for the suffering of a recovery of the
properties specified in No. 685.

229.
1749, Aug. 25.
EXEMPLIFICATION of the recovery of 100 messuages, 200 garens, 10 orchards,
two water corn grist mills, and 1,420 acres of land, and an annual rent of 35s. in the
townships and parishes of Llannor, Trevodvell, Aberech, Llangwnadle, Elernion,
Llanailhayarne, Llangian, Botwnog, Llaniestyn, Meilltyrne, Llaneingan, Rhiw,
Bryncroes, Aberdaron, Bodryth, Denio, Pwllhely, Nevin, Pistill, Cerniog, Llangyby,
Llanbeblig, and Carnarvon, co. Carnarvon, suffered between John Wynne, esq.,
demandant, and Owen Williams, gent., tenant.

740.
1749, Nov. 1.
1.     Francis Lloyd of Monachty, co. Anglesey, Batchelor of Physic;
2.     Margaret Jones of Carnarvon, widow.
LEASE of Monachty aforesaid.

739.
1749.
ABSTRACT of the title deeds of y mynachty in Llanfair ynghornwy, 1511-1734.

160.
1750, Oct. 6.
1.     Sir Thomas Mostyn of Mostyn, co. Flint, bart.;
2.     Edward Wynne of Bodewryd, co. Anglesey, doctor of laws.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT for the conveyance of messuages called
Tregwhelydd, Pont Offeiriad, and Tythyn Vostyn, parish of Llantrissant, co. Anglesey.

772.
1751, Oct. 10.
ACCOUNT showing how the purchase money of the Bodurda estate was paid.

496.
1751, Nov. 22.
PROBATE of the will of Mary Helder late of Little Offley, parish of Offley, co.
Hertford, widow, deceased. Will dated Sept. 6, 1748.

96-7.
1752, Jan. 24-5.
1.     Ambrose Lewis of Bewmares, gent.;
2.     Richard Edwards of Lincolns Inne Fields, co. Middlesex, esq.
LEASE AND RELEASE of Bryn Moylin in the parish of Llannor, co. Carnarvon.

958.
1752, April 2.
LETTER: Ambrose Lewis from Tryerwarth, to Richard Edwards, esq., master in
Chancery, at Chancer Lane, London, touching the payment of the purchase money of
Tyddyn Moylin.

959.
1752, April 18.
LETTER: Ambrose Lewis from Beaumaris, to Richard Edwards, esq., master in
Chancery, at Chancery Lane, London, acknowledging the payment mentioned in No.
958.

285.
1753, June 4.
PROMISE by the Governors of Queen Anne‟s Bounty to add a sum of money for the
perpetual augmentation of the vicarage of Aberdaron, co. Carnarvon, diocese of
Bangor.

159.
1754, Jan. 21.
PROBATE of the will of Margaret Lloyd of Carnarvon, diocese of Bangor, spinster,
lately deceased. Will dated Feb. 20, 1749/50.
Mutilated.

803.
1755, March 21-2.
ABSTRACT OF TITLE of Howell Holland Edwards of Pennant, co. Denbigh, esq.,
and Owen Jones Ellis Nanney of Gwynfryn, co. Carnarvon, esq., to lands in
Llaneingan, co. Carnarvon.

507.
1755, Nov. 11.
DECLARATION by Hugh Owen, curate, and Griffith Parry, churchwarden, that the
surplus given to the church of Llanffinnan is the free gift of John Lloyd, esq., and
Cathren Lloyd alias Edwards.
242.
[1756, Sept. 1]
1.     Francis Lloyd of Monachty, co. Anglesea, esq.;
2.     Jno. Champion of Holywell, co. Flint, merchant.
LEASE (draft) for 21 years of minerals in lands in Gader, parish of
Llanvairynghornwy, being part of Manachty Demesne.

41.
1756, Sept. 15.
1.     Francis Lloyd of Monachty, co. Anglesey, esq.;
2.     John Champion of Holywell, co. Flint.
LEASE for 21 years of minerals on the land of Gader in the parish of Llanvair yn
hornwy, co. Anglesey.

42.
1756, Oct. 26.
1.     John Champion of Holywell, co. Flint, merchant;
2.     Francis Lloyd of Monachdu, co. Anglesey, esq.
3.     Rev. John Ellis of Bangor, co. Carnarvon, clerk.
4.     Nathan Hird of Holywell, co. Flint, miner.
AGREEMENT concerning a partnership in the mines referred to in No. 41.

435.
1757, Sep. 3
1.     John Lloyd of Hirdrefaig, co. Anglesey, esq.;
2.     The Rev. Richard Thomas of Bottwnog, co. Carnarvon, clerk.
MORTGAGE for £300, by way of demise for 500 years, of Berhaire, parish of
Penllech, and Plas Llangwnadle, parish of Llangwnadle, all in co. Carnarvon.

436.
1757, Sept. 3.
1.     John Lloyd, esq.;
2.     The Rev. Richard Thomas, clerk.
BOND for the performance of covenants.

406.
1758, Oct. 14.
1.     Ellis Hughes of Plasnewydd, co. Carnarvon, gent.; and Margaret, his wife;
2.     Richard Roberts of Carnarvon, saddler.
MORTGAGE by way of demise for £500 years, of Y Wern, parish of Pistill.

392.
1759, Sept. 8.
1.     Robert Rowland of Cynt, parish of Llanfihangel, co. Anglesey, gent., and
       Catherine, his wife;
2.     Richard Edwards of London, esq., one of the Masters of the High Court of
       Chancery.
DECLARATION of the uses of a fine of Gauvron, parish of Llaniestyn, co.
Carnarvon.

743.
1760, Jan. 7.
1.     Robert Rowland of Ceintfawr, co. Anglesey, yeoman, and Catherine, his wife;
2.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq., one of the masters of the
       High Court of Chancery.
LEASE for a year of a Geyfron, in the parish of Llaniestyn, co. Carnarvon.

254.
1760, Jan. 8.
1.     Robert Rowland of Ceintfawr, co. Anglesey, yeoman, and Catherine, his wife;
2.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, one of the masters of he High
       Court of Chancery.
RELEASE of Geyfron, parish of Llaniestyn, co. Carnarvon.

722.
1760, June 30.
1.     Edward Lloyd of Lyncolnes Inn, co. Middlesex, and Nicholas Archbold of
       Middle Temple, esquires;
2.     Richard Anwill of London, and Owen Wynn of Lyncolnes Inn, gentlemen.
LEASE for 6 months of Bronheylog, Rhiwe yr Franke, Bronheylog Mill, Pant y
Gynach and other messuages in Bodrichwen, co. Denbigh.

72.
1760, Aug. 18.
FINAL CONCORD in a fine then levied between John Garnons, esq., plaintiff, and
Richard Griffith, yeoman, and Ann, his wife, deforceants, when the deforceants
acknowledged four messuages, etc., in Bottwnog and Llangwnadle, co. Carnarvon, to
be the right of the plaintiff.

73.
1760, Oct. 1.
1.     Richard Griffith of Penrhose, parish of Bottwnog, co. Carnarvon, yeoman, and
       Anne, his wife;
2.     John Garnons, of Rhiwgoch, co. Merioneth, gent.
DEED to declare the uses of the fine specified in No. 72.

645.
1760, Nov. 11.
1.     The Rev. Richard Griffith of Carnarvon, clerk;
2.     Richard Edwards of Lincolns Inn Fields, co. Middlesex, esq.
LEASE for a year of Tyn y Cefn otherwise Tythyn y Morfa and Tyn y Llan, and
cottages and gardens on Myn y thodd Mountain, all in the parish of Llaneingan, co.
Carnarvon.

393.
1760, Nov. 12.
1.     The Rev. Richard Griffith, clerk;
2.     William Jones late of Ty yn y Cae, co. Carnarvon, now a captain in Gen.
       Poulteney‟s regiment at Gibralter;
3.     Richard Edwards, esq.
RELEASE of the property specified in No. 645.

506.
1761, Nov. 12.
1.     William Lewis of Llysdulas, co. Anglesey, esq.;
2.     Margaret Lewis of the same, spinster;
3.     Timothy Edwards of Nanhoron, a Captain in the Royal Navy.
RELEASE of messuages in the parishes of Llanyestyn, Llangwnadle, Aberdaron, and
Llangian, co. Carnarvon.

416.
1762, March 18.
1.     Francis Smedley of Holywell, co. Flint, gent.;
2.     The Rt. Rev, John [Egerton], Lord Bishop of Bangor, Richard Price of
       Vaynol, co. Flint, esq., Thomas Ashton of Ashton and Samuell Egerton of
       Tatton, both of co. Chester, esquires, Thomas Roberts of Denbigh, esq., and
       Thomas Roberts of Bangor and William Vaughan of Llysfaen, both of co.
       Carnarvon, gentlemen.
ASSIGNMENT of terms of years created as to minerals in Tynewydd, parish of
Llandilas, co. Denbigh.

212. (a)
1762, May 4.
BOND from Richard Lloyd at present of the city of New York, gent., to Thomas Steel
of the same, surgeon, for the payment of the sum of £194. 13s.6d.
Copy.

212. (b)
1762, Oct. 30.
DEPOSITION of John Crimsheir, one of the witnesses to the said bond.

212. (c)
1767, July 15.
DEPOSITION of Augustus van Cortlandt, witness to the deposition contained in (b)
above.
[With the seal of the mayoralty of New York]
590
1762, Dec. 6.
1.     Hugh Hughes of Camerau, parish of Llangian, co. Carnarvon, cooper;
2.     Richard Roberts of Garn, parish of Clynnog, yeoman.
MORTGAGE of Camerau aforesaid.
(Enclosed is an account of money due from Hugh Thomas to Richard Roberts).

591.
1762, Dec. 6.
1.     Hugh Hughes;
2.     Richard Roberts.
BOND for the performance of covenants.

588.
1763, Jan. 21.
ATTORNMENT of the tenants of the late William Vaughan of Bronheylog, co.
Denbigh, esq., to Francis Lloyd of Monachdy, co. Anglesey, esq., and Anne
Vaughan, widow.

394.
1763, Sept. 10.
1.     Edward Totty of Holywell, gent., and Catherine, his wife, William Sarttan of
       the same, yeoman, and Lucy, his wife, and John Roberts of Caerwys, yeoman,
       and Elizabeth, his wife, all of co. Flint;
2.     Francis Lloyd of Monachty, co. Anglesey, esq.;
3.     Anne Vaughan of Brynhaylog, co. Denbigh, widow;
4.     Samuel Thornes of Saint Asaph, co. Flint, gent.
DECLARATION of the uses of a fine of Bronhaylog, and messuages in the parishes
of Llanfair otherwise Llanfair Dolhayarn otherwise Llanfair Talhayarn, Abergely,
Bettws otherwise Bettws Abergely, and Llanfynydd, all in co. Denbigh.

655-56
1765, Oct. 10-11.
1.     John Humphrey of Hendu in the parish of Aberdaron, co. Carnarvon, yeoman;
2.     Timothy Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq., captain in the Royal
       Navy.
LEASE AND RELEASE of Hendu in the parish of Aberdaron.

161.
1768, April 23.
APPOINTMENT by Nicholas Bayly, Lieutenant of co. Anglesey, of Richard Lloyd,
esq., to be one of his deputy lieutenants.

437.
1768, May 9.
1.   The Rev. Richard Thomas of Bottwnog, co. Carnarvon, clerk;
2.   Richard Lloyd of Hirdrefaig, co. Anglesey, esq., and Annabella, his wife;
3.   Sidney Davies of Tyddyn bychan, co. Carnarvon, spinster
ASSIGNMENT of the mortgage contained in No. 435.

230.
1768, Sept. 21.
1.     John Browning, esq., one of the masters of the High Court of Chancery;
2.     Robert Harper of Lincolns Inn, esq., and Roger Griffith of Milman Street,
       parish of Saint Andrew, gent., both of co. Middlesex.
LEASE for one year of messuages in the parishes of Much Hadham, co. Hertford,
Pulloxhill and Kempston, co. Bedford, and the moiety of a messuage in the parish of
Ampthill, co. Bedford.

659.
1768, Sept. 21.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, esq.;
2.     Timothy Edwards, esq., a Captain in His Majesty‟s Navy;
3.     Robert Harper of Lincolns Inn, esq., and Roger Griffith of Milman Street,
       parish of St. Andrew, co. Middlesex, gent.
LEASE for a year of Tairgwraig ucha, Tairgwraig issa, Ty yr Inn, Morva, Henddu,
and other messuages in Llangwnadle, Penrhose, Aberdaron, Llaniestyn, and Llangian,
co. Carnarvon.

558.
1768, Sept. 21.
COUNTER PART of No. 659.

43.
1769, March 25.
1.     The most Noble Peregrine, Duke of Lancaster and Kesteven, Lord
       Chamberlain of England;
2.     Francis Lloyd of Monachdy, co. Anglesey.
LEASE for 21 years of minerals in Gwydyr Nant, in the parish of Llanruchwen, co.
Carnarvon.

549
1770, July 3.
PROBATE of the will of Richard Edwards of Lincolns Inn Fields, co. Middlesex,
esq., Will dated March 14, 1765.

260.
1771, Oct. 31.
1.     William Vaughan of Plas hen, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Timothy Edwards of Nanhoron, esq.
LEASE for one year of Brynhynnog otherwise Brynhynnog fawr, parish of Bryncroes.
320.
1771, Nov. 1.
1.     William Vaughan of Plas Hen, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Timothy Edwards of Nanhoron, esq.
RELEASE AND EXCHANGE of Brynhynnog otherwise Brynhynnog fawr parish of
Bryncroes, and Capel Helig, parish of Llangybi.

408.
1772, Feb. 11.
1.     Ellis Hughes of Plasnewydd, parish of Llandwrog, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     Robert Evans the elder of Carnarvon, mariner.
BOND for the payment of the sum of £100.

407.
1772, Feb. 25.
1.     Mary Roberts of Carnarvon, widow;
2.     Ellis Hughes of Plasnewydd, gent.;
3.     Robert Evans of Carnarvon, mariner.
ASSIGNMENT of the mortgage contained in No. 406, with a further mortgage of the
premises specified therein.

744.
1774, June 12.
1.     Edward Phillip Pugh of Penrhyn, co. Carnarvon, esq., and Mary, his wife;
2.     Mary Buckley of Penrhyn aforesaid, widow.
DEMISE of Coytmore, Tay yn y Coed, and other messuages in the parish of
Llanllechid, co. Carnarvon.

678.
1774, Aug. 17.
EXEMPLIFICATION of a fine suffered Aug. 7, 1763, between Samuel Thornes
gent., plaintiff, and Francis Lloyd, esq., Ann Vaughan, widow, Edward Totty, gent.,
and Catherine, his wife, William Sarttan, yeoman, and Lucy, his wife, and John
Roberts, yeoman, and Elizabeth, his wife, deforceants, when the deforceants
acknowledged 12 messuages etc., in Llanfair Talhaiarn, Abergeley, Bettws
Abergeley, and Llanyfydd, co. Denbigh to be the right of the plaintiff.

215.
1774, Aug. 25.
1.     Robert Prees of Ty yn y Llidiard, parish of Llanfaelrhus, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     William Griffith of Pwllhely, parish of Denio, gent.
LEASE for one year of Ty yn y Nant and Llawenan, parish of Llanfaelrhus.

216.
1774, Aug. 26.
1.     Robert Prees;
2.     William Griffith;
3.     Timothy Edwards of Cefnmine, parish of Llannor, gent.
RELEASE to make a tenant to the praecipe for the suffering of a recovery of the
property specified in No. 215.

324.
1775, March 30.
1.     Francis Lloyd of Bronhailog, co. Denbigh, esq.;
2.     The Rev. John Ellis, clerk, archdeacon of Merioneth, and Thomas Roberts,
       esq., both of Bangor, co. Carnarvon;
3.     Richard Lloyd of Hirdrefaig, co. Anglesey, esq.;
4.     The Rev. William Lloyd of Bangor aforesaid, clerk.
MORTGAGE for £3,000 of the Rhosbeirio Estate in the parishes of Rhosbeirio an
Amlwch, and in the town of Beaumares, co. Anglesey, and in the parishes of
Meylltyrn and Bryncroes, co. Carnarvon.

662.
1775, March 20
1.      William Lloyd of Bangor, clerk;
2.      Francis Lloyd of Bronhailog, co. Denbigh, esq.;
3.      Richard Lloyd of Hirdrefaig, co. Anglesey, esq.;
4.      Robert Wynne of Garthewin, co. Denbigh, esq.;
5.      Hugh Ellis of Bangor, gent.
ASSIGNMENT (mortgage) of Hirdrefaig in the parish of Llanffinan, co. Anglesey,
Plas Llangwnadle and other messuages in the parishes of Llangwnadle, Penllech,
llaniestyn, Denio, Aberdaron, Bryncroes, Nefyn, Edern, and Tydweiliog, co.
Carnarvon.

219.
1775, April 5.
1.     Robert Prees of Ty yn y Llidiard, parish of Llanfaelrhys, co. Carnarvon,
       yeoman;
2.     William Griffith of Pwllheli, parish of Denio, gent.
MORTGAGE for £150 of Ty yn y Nant and Llawenan, parish of Llanfaelrhys.

218.
1775, April 5.
1.     Robert Prees of Ty yn y Llidiard, parish of Llanfaelrhys, co. Carnarvon,
       yeoman;
2.     William Griffith of Pwllhely, gent.
BOND for the payment of £150.

592.
1775, April 8.
1.     Richard Roberts of Coedhelen, parish of Llanbeblig, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.   Timothy Edwards of Nanhoron, esq.
ASSIGNMENT of mortgage of Camerau, parish of Llangian.

275.
1775, April 8.
WILL of Francis Lloyd of Monachty, co. Anglesey, esq., with codicil dated June 17,
1775.
Abstract.

401.
[1775, April 8]
WILL (fragment) of Francis Lloyd [of Bronhaylog, esq.]

327.
1775, May 19
1.     Francis Lloyd of Monachdu, co. Anglesey, esq.;
2.     The Rev. John Bulkley of Dronwy, clerk.
BOND for the payment of the sum of £600.

144-5.
1775, June 28-9
1.     Richard Parry of Llanrhaiader Hall, co. Denbigh, esq.;
2.     Timothy Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.
LEASE AND RELEASE of Tir Receiver, parish of Nevin, co. Carnarvon.

346.
1775, June 29.
1.     Henry Dagge of the Inner Temple, London, esq.;
2.     Paul Panton of Plasgwyn, co. Anglesey, esq.;
3.     Richard Parry, esq.;
4.     Timothy Edwards, esq.;
5.     John Griffith of Cefnamlwch, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
6.     William Wynn of Peniarth, co. Merioneth, esq.
ASSIGNMENT of terms to await the inheritance of the property specified in Nos.
344-5.

545.
1775, Oct. 24.
1.     John Griffith of Cefnamlwch, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Timothy Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.
LEASE for a year of Castell Nobl and other messuages in the parishes of Aberdaron,
Llanvaelrhys, and Rhiw, co. Carnarvon.

330.
1775, Oct. 25.
1.     John Griffith, esq.;
2.   Timothy Edwards, esq.
RELEASE of the property specified in No. 545.

582.
1775-1823.
ABSTRACT of a codicil to the will of Francis Lloyd, with notes on the same, and
copies of letters by R.E. dated Dec. 12-3, 1823.

594.
1776, April 1.
1.     Hugh Thomas of Cymmera issaf, parish of Llangian, cooper;
2.     Timothy Edwards of Nanhoron, esq.
MORTGAGE of Cymmera issaf, Glyn Afon, Shop Newydd and Pen y bryn in
Llangian aforesaid.

595.
1776, April 1.
1.     Hugh Thomas;
2.     Timothy Edwards.
BOND for the performance of covenants.

600.
1776, April 1.
RECEIPT for £36.10.0. from John Griffith of Cefnamlwch to Timothy Edwards of
Nanhoron.

456.
1776, June 21.
1.     John Griffith of Cefnamlwch, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Judith Ellis of Pwllhely, parish of Denio, widow.
LEASE for a year of a water corn mill and lands called Dinas Mill, parish of
Llaniestyn.

452.
1776, June 22.
   1. John Griffith, esq.;
   2. William Griffith of Pwllhely, parish of Denio, gent.;
   3. Judith Ellis, widow.
RELEASE of the property specified in No. 456.

88.
1776, Aug. 30.
SCHEDULE of deeds relating to messuages in the parishes of Llanengan and Rhiw,
co. Carnarvon, 1637-1764.

612.
1776 –
1.     Hugh Thomas of Camerau issa, parish of Llangian, cooper;
2.     John Griffith of Cefnamlwch, esq.
MORTGAGE of Camerau issa, Shop newydd, Pen y bryn and Glyn afon in the parish
of Llangian aforesaid. Not executed.

409.
1777, March 4.
1.     Robert Evans of Carnarvon, mariner;
2.     Ellis Hughes of Plasnewydd, gent.;
3.     Mary Hughes of Trevan, spinster.
ASSIGNMENT of the mortgage contained in No. 407. with a further mortgage of the
property specified therein.

209.
1777, Mar. 4 – 1785, July 15.
STATEMENT of account between Mrs Mary Hughes and Ellis Hughes respecting the
mortgage on Wern land.

208.
1777, March 4 – 1783, Nov. 8.
STATEMENT OF ACCOUNT between Ellis Hughes and Mary Hughes.

224.
1777, May 1.
1.     Robert Prees of the parish of Llanfaelrhys, co. Carnarvon, gent.; and Jane, his
       wife;
2.     Timothy Edwards of Nanhoron, esq.
LEASE for one year of the property specified in No. 219.

220.
1777, May 2.
1.     Robert Prees of the parish of Llanfaelrhys, co. Carnarvon, gent., and Jane, his
       wife;
2.     William Griffith of Pwllhely, parish of Denio, gent.;
3.     Richard Rowland of Pwllhely aforesaid, gent., and Timothy Edwards of
       Nanhoron, esq.
RELEASE (assignment of mortgage) of the property specified in No. 224.

453-4.
1777, June 6-7.
1.     Judith Ellis of Pwllhely, parish of Denio, co. Carnarvon, widow;
2.     William David of Garn, parish of Denio, yeoman.
LEASE AND RELEASE of the property specified in No. 452.

593.
1777, June 25.
DECLARATION by Thomas Hughes concerning Cymmera.

596.
1777, Aug. 27.
1.     Hugh Thomas of Cymmera issaf, parish of Llangian, co. Carnarvon, cooper;
2.     Timothy Edwards of Nanhoron, esq.
BOND for the payment of £160.

691.
1778, Feb. 11.
1.     Henry Williams of London, gent., son and heir of Hugh Williams, late of
       Nevyn, co. Carnarvon, deceased.
2.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, gent.
RELEASE of Moelion Fynydd and other messuages in Pistill, Dodeilias, and Nevyn,
co. Carnarvon.

597.
1778, Aug. 1.
1.     Hugh Thomas of Nant, parish of Llangian, co. Carnarvon, cooper;
2.     John Jones of Llaniestyn, clerk.
BOND for the payment of £36.

315.
1779, Jan. 13.
1.     Richard Lloyd, esq., lieut. in H.M. 13th Regt. of Light Dragoons;
2.     Charles O‟Neill of the city of Dublin, esq.
ASSIGNMENT of interest in lands in Tullagha, co. Limerick.

599.
1779, Sept. 27.
1.     John Jones of Llaniestyn, co. Carnarvon, clerk;
2.     Timothy Edwards of Nanhoron, esq.
ASSIGNMENT of a judgement and bond against Hugh Thomas of Nant.

207.
1779.
BILL OF COSTS in a plea of ejectment between Robert Harris on the demise of
Mary Hughes, spinster, plaintiff, and John Badtitle, defendant.

455.
1780, Jan. 12.
1.     William David of Garn, parish of Denio, co. Carnarvon, yeoman;
2.     Evan Roberts of Glanrafon, parish of Bodvean, yeoman.
MORTGAGE for £120, by way of demise for 500 years, of the property specified in
Nos. 453-4.
217.
1780, Aug. 12.
1.     Robert Prees, yeoman, and William and John Thomas labourers, all of the
       parish of Llanfaelrhys, co. Carnarvon;
2.     Samuel Hughes of Nanhoron, yeoman, on behalf of Timothy Edwards,
       esquire, a captain in the Royal Navy.
ATTORNMENT in respect of Ty yn y Nant and Ty Uchaf.

919.
1780, Aug. 12.
NOTE of the attornment of the tenants of Robert Prees to Mr. Edwards.

410-11.
1780, Dec. 13-14.
1.     Ellis Hughes of Plas Newydd, parish of Llandwrog, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     Catherine Edwards of Nanhoron, widow.
LEASE AND RELEASE of Y Wern, parish of Pistill.

206.
1780.
BILL OF COSTS in a plea of trespass and ejectment between John Goodtitle, lessee
of Timothy Edwards, esq., and Richard Rowlands, gent., plaintiff, and Richard
Thrustout, defendant.

457.
1781, June 27.
PROBATE of the will of William David late of the parish of Denio, co. Carnarvon,
and diocese of Bangor, farmer, deceased. Will dated Nov. 29, 1780.

601.
1781, Oct. 22.
1.      Hugh Thomas of Plas Llanarmon, cooper;
2.      Catherine Edwards of Nanhoron, widow.
LEASE for a year of Cymmerau-issaf, Glyn afon, Shop-newydd, and Pen-y-Bryn in
the parish of Llangian, co. Carnarvon.

602.
1781, Oct. 23.
1.     Hugh Thomas, and Elizabeth, his wife;
2.     Hugh Hughes Moris of Llannor, labourer;
3.     Catherine Edwards.
RELEASE of the properties specified in No. 601.

606.
1781, Oct. 23.
MEMORANDUM of accounts between Mrs Edwards and Hugh Thomas.

605.
1781, Oct. 23.
ACCOUNT of money due from Hugh Thomas to Mrs. Edwards.

603.
1781, Oct. 23.
RECEIPT for £1.1.0. from Catherine Edwards, widow, to Hugh Thomas.

604.
1781, Oct. 23.
1.     Catherine Edwards;
2.     Hugh Thomas.
PROMISSORY NOTE for £20.

603-9.
1781, Nov. 3-7.
LETTERS from O.W. Jones to Mrs. Edwards concerning a fine acknowledged upon
Cummerau.

657.
1783, Sept. 19.
PEDIGREE of John Humphrey of Hendu.

200.
1783, Oct. 25.
LETTER : John Hughes from Carnarvon to Mrs. Edwards at Nanhoron, touching a
claim to dower.

210.
1783, Oct. 28.
NOTICE to Robert Prees to pay principal and interest due on a mortgage on Ty yn y
Nant and Llawenan.

205.
1783, Oct. 28.
STATEMENT of principal due from Robert Prees upon Nant Llawenen.

395.
1784, March 1.
1.     David Griffith of Tynewydd, parish of Llanystindwy, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     Catherine Edwards of Nanhoron, widow.
LEASE for a year of Hendre, parish of Aberdaron, and Cors Billa, parish of
Bodverin, and quillets called Lleinia Cyll y Felin, parish of Aberdaron.
396.
1784, March 2.
1.     David Griffith, gent.;
2.     Catharine Edwards, widow;
3.     John Griffith of Cefnamlwch, co. Carnarvon, esq., and William Jones of
       Lombard Street, London, gent,;
4.     John Parry of Lincolnes Inn Fields, and Hugh Griffith of Brynodol, co.
       Carnarvon, esquires.
RELEASE (conveyance in fee) of the property specified in No. 395.

920.
1784, May 11.
RECEIPT for 5/1 from Robert Crossland to Mr. John Hughes.

201.
1784, Oct. 15.
LETTER John Hughes from Penylan bach, Pwllhely, to Mrs. Edwards, at Nanhoron,
touching a claim to dower.

203-4.
1785, Jan. 20.
ACCOUNT between Catherine Edwards, widow, and Robert Prees, yeoman, from
May 2, 1777, to the above date.
No. 204 is a draft of No. 203.

213.
1785, Jan. 22.
1.     Robert Prees of the parish of Llanengan, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     Catherine Edwards of Nanhoron, widow.
AGREEMENT to convey Ty yn y Nant and Llawenan, parish of Llanfaelrhys.

214.
1785, Feb. 9.
1.     Robert Prees of Ty yn y Morfa, parish of Llanengan, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     Catherine Edwards of Nanhoron, widow.
LEASE for one year of Ty yn y Nant and Llawenan, parish of Llanfaelrhys.

225.
1785, Feb. 10.
1.     Robert Prees;
2.     Catherine Edwards.
RELEASE of the property specified in No. 214.

271.
1786, March 9.
1.   David Jones of Cefn y Coed, co. Carnarvon, esq., and Margaret, his wife, and
     Thomas Lewis of Carnarvon, esq., and Mary, his wife.
2.   Catherine Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, widow.
LEASE for a year of two messuages in Pwllheli.

253.
1786, March 18.
QUIETUS to Richard Lloyd, esq., for his account as sheriff of co. Anglesey.

266.
1786, April 1.
RECEIPT from Hugh Jones of Coed Issaf to Mrs. Edwards of Nanhoron, for £5.15.0,
paymnt for a quillet called Taller Allerch in Bryngronow in Nanhoron.

248.
1787, July 24.
APPOINTMENT by Henry Paget, earl of Uxbridge, lieutenant of co. Anglesey, of
Richard Lloyd, esq., to be one of his deputies.

397.
1787, Oct. 30.
1.      Richard Lloyd of Rhosbeirio, co. Anglesey, esq.;
2.      The Rev. Edward Hughes of Greenfield Hall, co. Flint, clerk, and Thomas
        Williams of Llanidan, co. Anglesey, esq.
LEASE (counterpart) for 21 years of a capital messuage called Rhosbeirio and a
water corn grist mill called Melin Rhosbeirio, parish of Rhosbeirio, and a messuage
called Rhydwigyr, parish of Amlwch, all in co. Anglesey.

613.
1789, Dec. 16.
1.     Catherine Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, widow;
2.     Thomas Jones of Cappel Newydd, parish of Llanguen, co. Carnarvon,
       shopkeeper.
LEASE of Nant Nanhoron in the parish of Llanguan aforesaid.

747.
1790, Jan. 1.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Humphrey Jones of Pwllheley, co. Carnarvon.
LEASE of messuages in Pwllheley aforesaid.
Copy.

226.
1790, April 12.
1.     Catherine Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, widow;
2.     Lewis Williams of Gwag y noe, parish of Llanguan, yeoman.
MORTGAGE for £250 by way of demise for 500 years, of Ty yn y Nant and
Llawenan, parish of Llanfaelrhys.
Mutilated.

708-9.
1791, Feb. 1-2.
1.     William Griffith of Bodegroes, parish of Llannor, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.
LEASE AND RELEASE of Tydu and other messuages in the parishes of Llanengan
and Aberdaron co. Carnarvon.

687.
1791, Feb. 20.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Griffith Jones of Wern, parish of Pistill, co. Carnarvon, mariner.
LEASE of Wern aforesaid.

398.
1791, May 17.
1.     Rowland Eames of Treferwyn, co. Carnarvon, gent., and Ellinor, his wife;
2.     Silvanus Evans of Berthlwyd, gent. and Margaret, his wife;
3.     The Rev. William Williams of Bottwnog, clerk.
MORTGAGE for £600 of Berthlwyd, parish of Bottwnog.

231.
1791, Nov. 9.
PROBATE of the will of Richard Jones late of Liverpool, co. Lancaster, diocese of
Chester, surgeon, deceased, and formerly of Penarth, co. Carnarvon. Will dated May
6, 1789, with codicil dated Dec. 24, 1790.

420.
1792, June 11.
1.     The Rev. William Lloyd of Penrallt, clerk, and Hugh Ellis late of Bangor but
       now of Carnarvon, gent., both of co. Carnarvon;
2.     Richard Lloyd of Lleiniog, co. Anglesey, esq.
LEASE for a year of Trellanbeblig otherwise Trebeblig otherwise Trefbeblick, parish
of Llanbeblig otherwise Llanbeblick, co. Carnarvon.

610.
1792, June 12.
LETTER. R‟d Griffith to Mrs Edwards at Nanhoron, concerning a mortgage deed.

421.
1792, June 12.
1.     The Rev. William Lloyd and Hugh Ellis, gent.;
2.     Richard Lloyd, esq.;
3.   The Rev. Richard Ellis of Gwynfryn, and the Rev. Richard Nanney of
     Bachwan, both of co. Carnarvon, clerks.
RELEASE and assignment of the property specified in No. 420.

611.
1792, June 19.
1.     Thomas Jones of Nant Nanhoron, parish of Llanguan, co. Carnarvon,
       shopkeeper;
2.     Catherine Edwards of Nanhoron, widow.
LEASE of Nant Nanhoron aforesaid.

194.
1792, Oct. 10.
FURTHER CHARGE by Sylvanus Evans of Cefn leisiog, parish of Llandudwen, co.
Carnarvon, gent., and Margaret, his wife, of a messuage called Berthlwyd, parish of
Bottwnog, co. Carnarvon, at present mortgaged to the Rev. William Williams of
Bottwnog, clerk.
ENCLOSED is a receipt, dated Dec. 27, 1798, from the said William Williams to Lt.
Col. Edwards for a lease and release dated Dec. 18-19, 1798, being the purchase
deeds from Sylvanus Evans and Margaret, his wife, of Berthlwyd, parish of Botwnog.

417.
1792, Oct. 11.
1.     Hugh Ellis of Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     Richard Lloyd of Lleiniog, co. Anglesey, esq.
RELEASE of an annuity of £30 issuing from the estate of the late Francis Lloyd, esq.,
deceased.

238.
1792, Oct. 11.
SCHEDULE of deeds (1511-1775) delivered by H. Ellis to Richard Lloyd of
Rhosbeirio, esq., and relating to Monachdu and Rhosbeirio.

556.
1793, Jan. 1
1.      Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, esq.;
2.      Lewis George of Llwynbeino, co. Carnarvon, saddler.
LEASE of Llwynbeino aforesaid.
Attested Copy.

470.
1793, March 16.
GENERAL RELEASE from Richard Dickinson of saint John Street, parish of Saint
James, Clerkenwell, co. Middlesex, esq., and Ann, his wife, to the Rev. William
Bromley Cadogan, Richard Edwards, Joseph Cotton, and rivers Dickinson.
418.
1793, June 1.
1.     Martha Lloyd of Carnarvon, widow, the Rev. William Lloyd of Trallwyn,
       clerk, Anne Vaughan of Penrallt, widow, Robert Lloyd of the same, esq., and
       Hugh Ellis of Carnarvon, gent., all of co. Carnarvon;
2.     Richard Lloyd of Bronhaylog, co. Denbigh, esq.
RELEASE for a legacy of £2,500 bequeathed by the will of Francis Lloyd of
Bronhaylog.

289.
1793, July 3.
WILL of Anne Vaughan late of Bronhaylog, co. Denbigh, widow, now of Penrallt,
parish of Bangor, co. Carnarvon.

232
1793, July 30.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq., son and heir of Timothy
       Edwards late of the same, esq., and a captain in H.M. Navy, deceased;
2.     Owen Anthony Poole of Carnarvon, gent.
LEASE for one year of a capital messuage called Nanhoron, parish of Llangian, and
messuages and lands in the parishes of Llangian, Botwnog, Llaniestyn, Mylltyrn,
Bryncroes, Llanengan, Rhiw, Llanvaelrus, Llangwnadle, Aberdaron, Nefin, Pistill,
Llannor, Penrhos, Denio, Abererch, Llanelhiarn, and Llanbeblig, all in co. Carnarvon.

233.
1793, July 31.
1.     Richard Edwards;
2.     Owen Anthony Poole;
3.     Richard Griffiths of Robert Street, Adelphi, co. Middlesex, gent.
RELEASE, to make a tenant to the praecipe for the suffering of a recovery of the
property specified in No. 232.

813.
1793, Aug. 18.
LETTER: ? J.W. Garnons from Dublin, to Capt. Richard Edwards at East Bourne,
near Lewes, Sussex, discussing his Army promotion. Also military and other news.

615.
1793, Oct. 2.
1.     John Pugh Conway, linen draper, and William Edwards, grocer, both of
       Chester, assignees of the estate of Thomas Jones of Nant;
2.     Catherine Edwards of Nanhoron, widow;
3.     David Williams of Saython, parish of Llanfihangel, co. Carnarvon, yeoman.
ASSIGNMENT of lease of Nant Nanhoron, pariah of Llangian.

607.
1793, Nov. 5.
RECEIPT for £3. 7. 0. due for professional service rendered by Robert Griffith to
Mrs. Edwards.

542.
1794, Jan. 1.
1.      Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.      Harry Jones of Nevin, co. Carnarvon, yeoman.
LEASE of Dolefawr in the parish of Nefin, co. Carnarvon.
Attested copy.

310.
1794, April 19.
EXEMPLIFICATION of a recovery of 110 messuages, 50 cottages, 120 barns, 120
stables, 5 mills, and 5, 000 acres of land, with 36s. 10d. annual rent in the parishes of
Llangian, Botwnog, Llaniestyn, Mylltyrn, Bryncroes, Llangengan, Rhiw,
Llanfaelrhys, Llangwnadle, Aberdaron, Nefin, Pistill, Llannor, Penrhos, Denio,
Abereirch, Llanehiarn, and Llanbeblig, co. Carnarvon, suffered between Richard
Griffith, gent., demandant, and Owen Anthony Poole, gent., tenant, who vouched to
warranty Richard Edwards, esq.

317.
1794, Aug. 21.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron [co. Carnarvon];
2.     [John Pritchard] of Nefin, yeoman.
LEASE of a cottage and quillet of land called Cae hir issa in the parish of Nefin.
Mutilated.

710.
1794, Sept. 15.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, esq.;
2.     Evan Jones of Gelliwig, esq.
MORTGAGE of Traigwraig ucha and Traigwraig issa in the parish of Llangwnadle,
co. Carnarvon.

688.
1794, Sept. 15.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Evan Jones of Gelliwig, esq.
BOND for the payment of £1,100.

399.
1794, Dec. 15.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     The Rev. Richard Ellis of Gwynfryn, parish of Llanystindwy, clerk.
MORTGAGE for £500 of Ty du, Cae du, and Tythyn bychan otherwise Pentre bach,
parish of Llanengan.
Attested copy.

629.
1795, Aug. 13.
1.      William Falconer of Bath, co. Somerset, Doctor of Physick;
2.      Richard Lloyd of Bronhaylog, co. Denbigh, esq.;
3.      Hugh Lloyd of Seymor Place, Little Chelsea, co. Middlesex, esq.
ASSIGNMENT of mortgage of Bronhaylog and other messuages in Bodrwchwynne,
co. Denbigh.
Attested copy.

89.
1795, Aug. 13.
COUNTERPART of No. 629.

343.
1795, Dec. 1.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Henry Jones of Caernadrodd, farmer.
LEASE (attested copy) of Caernadrodd, parish of Llaniestyn.

328.
1796, April 16.
1.     Herbert Jones, esq., co. Anglesey, executor of the will of Humphrey Jones,
       late of Llanfaethly, clerk, deceased;
2.     John Bulkley of Presaddfed, kt.
ASSIGNMENT of the bond contained in No. 327.

698.
1796, Sept. 1.
1.     Richard Edwards, of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Rowland Griffith of Mier Poeth, parish of Llanengan, yeoman.
LEASE of Mier Poeth aforesaid.

560.
1796, Sept. 1.
1.      Catherine Edwards of Cefnmine, co. Caernarvon, widow;
2.      John Evan of Nant, yeoman.
LEASE of Nant in the parish of Llanvaelrus, co. Carnarvon.
Attested copy.

243.
N.D. [1797, May]
QUERIES and answers thereto, of Wi. Williams, touching the suit of Thomas
Salusbury, esq., and others, plaintiffs, and Margaret Salusbury and others, defendants.

458.
1798, Jan. 25.
1.     Evan Roberts of Crugan, parish of Llanbedrog, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     Thomas Williams of Frochas, parish of Bodvean, yeoman;
3.     Robert Williams of Gefel y Garn, parish of Llaniestyn, yeoman.
ASSIGNMENT of the mortgage contained in No. 455.

570.
1798, March 10.
1.     Robert Watkin Wynne of Plasnewydd, co. Denbigh, esq.;
2.     Richard Lloyd of Bronhilog, esq.
GRANT of a quillet of land in the parish of Abergele, co. Denbigh.

973.
1798, Nov. 3.
1.     Evan Jones, esq., Capt. Of the 23 Regt. of Foot;
2.     Mary Sorton of Kim, parish of Llanengan, co. Carnarvon, widow.
BOND for the payment of £400.

647.
1798, Dec. 18.
1.     Sylvanus Evans of Ty Issa, parish of Festiniog, co. Merioneth, gent., and
       Margaret, his wife;
2.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon.
LEASE for a year of Berthlwyd, parish of Bottwnog, co. Carnarvon.

648.
1798, Dec. 19.
1.     Sylvanus Evans and Margaret, his wife;
2.     William Griffith of Ty Coch in Pwllheli, co. Carnarvon;
3.     Richard Edwards.
RELEASE of property specified in No. 647.

723
1798, Dec. 19.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Caernarvon, esq.;
2.     Griffith Edward of Rhydyclafrdu co. Carnarvon, farmer.
LEASE of Rhydyclafrdu aforesaid.

237.
1799, April 9.
CONTRACT between Holland Griffith, esq., and John Williams, clerk, land-tax
commissioners, and Richard Lloyd of Bronheulog, co. Denbigh, esq., for the
redemption of a tax of £10.10s.4d. charged upon Monachdu and Plas y Garn, parish
of Llanfairynghornwy, hundred of Talybollion, Rhosbeirio, township of Clegyrog,
parish of Llanbadrig, and Rhydygwyr, township of Penbol, parish of Amlwch.
Attached is a certificate of the above amount of land tax, and particulars of land upon
which it is assessed.

239.
1799, May 4.
CERTIFICATE of redemption by Richard Lloyd, esq., of land-tax in respect of lands
in the parish of Llanfair Talhaiarn, co. Denbigh.

240.
1799, July 24.
CERTIFICATE of redemption by Richard Lloyd, esq., of land-tax in respect of lands
in the parish of Bryncroes, parish of Carnarvon.

400.
1799, Dec. 1.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Griffith Jones of Pwllhely, shoemaker.
LEASE (counterpart) for two lives of Goytra in the town of Pwllhely.

638.
1799, Dec. 1.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.
2.     William Owen of Penrallt Nefin, yeoman.
LEASE of Penrallt in the parish of Nevin, co. Caernarvon.

419.
1800, July 13.
STATEMENT of the cost of whitelead, turpentine, linseed oil, etc., given by Thos.
Jones, druggist, Denbigh, to Richard Lloyd, esq., Bronheilog.

291.
1800, Dec. 1.
1.      Thomas Parry Jones of Madrin, co. Carnarvon, esq., and Margaret, his wife;
2.      Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, lieut.-col. of the Carnarvonshire Regiment of
        Militia.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT for the conveyance of Pandy yr Glynn (14a. 2r. 28p),
parish of Llaniestyn.

304.
1800, Dec. 31.
RELEASE by Catherine Edwards of Cefnmine, co. Carnarvon, widow of Timothy
Edwards late of Nanhoron, esq., deceased, and by the younger children of the said
Timothy Edwards, of Tanygraig, Rosfawr otherwise Rhocefawr, and Tyrbach,
parishes of Llanhiarn and Abereich, co. Carnarvon, from an annual rent charge of
£300 and portions created by the settlement and will of the said Timothy Edwards.

513.
1801, March 12.
1.     Rev. John Pryce of Gaer, co. Montgomery, clerk, Mary, his wife, and Robert
       John Harrison, eldest son of the said Mary by Robert John Harrison, esq., her
       first husband, deceased;
2.     Robert Griffith of Pwllheli, gent.
LEASE for a year of Saethon, Tyddun y Bastard, and Cwmere and other messuages in
the parishes of Llanfihangel Bachelleth, Llangian, Llaniestyn, and Bottwnog, co.
Carnarvon.

696.
1801, March 13.
1.     Rev. John Pryce and Mary, his wife;
2.     John Harrison;
3.     Robert Griffith;
4.     William Jones of Tymawr, co. Carnarvon, gent.
RELEASE to make a tenant to the praecipe for the suffering of a recovery of the
properties specified in No. 513.

195.
1801, July 6.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Humphrey Thomas of Pentrefbach, farmer.
LEASE (counterpart) for one life of Pentrefbach, parish of Llanelhiarn.

333.
1801, July 6.
1.     Thomas Parry Jones of Madrin, co. Carnarvon, esq., and Margaret, his wife;
2.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, esq.
LEASE for one year of Pandy yr Glynn otherwise Nant y Glynn, parish of Llaniestyn.

334.
1801, July 7.
1.      Thomas Parry Jones, esq., and Margaret, his wife;
2.      Richard Edwards, esq.
RELEASE of the property specified in no. 333; a declaration of the uses of a recovery
thereof; and a covenant to produce title deeds relating thereto.

521.
1801, Aug. 25.
1.     The Rev. John Pryce of Gaer, co. Montgomery, clerk, Mary, his wife, and
       Robert John Harrison, gent., eldest son of the said Mary by Robert John
       Harrison, esquire, deceased;
2.    David Williams of Saethon, co. Carnarvon, and William Jones of Tymawr,
      gentlemen.
LEASE for a year of Saethon, Tyddyn y Bastard, Cwmere, Melin Saethon, and other
messuages in the parishes of Llanfihangel Bachelleth, Llangian, Llaniestyn, and
Bottwnog, co. Carnarvon.

522.
1801, Aug. 26.
1.     Rev. John Pryce and Mary, his wife;
2.     Robert John Harrison;
3.     Charles Pryce of Llanfair, co. Montgomery;
4.     Ambrose Gethin of Brithderi, co. Montgomery, gent.;
5.     David Williams and William Jones, gentlemen.
RELEASE of the properties specified in No. 521.

402.
1802, Dec. 21.
PROBATE of the will of John Roberts, clerk, late archdeacon of Merioneth, diocese
of Bangor, deceased. Will dated May 9, 1794.
Attested copy.

694.
1802, Dec. 27.
1.     David Williams of Saithon, and William Jones of Tymawr, co. Carnarvon,
       esquires;
2.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.
LEASE for a year of Tyddyn Llety yr Gelach otherwise Caecoch, parish of Bottwnog
and Tyddyn y Vach, Tyddyn Nant y Glyn and Cae Cefn y Gaer, parish of Llaniestyn,
co. Carnarvon.

695.
1802, Dec. 28.
1.     David Williams;
2.     William Jones;
3.     Richard Edwards.
RELEASE of the properties specified in No. 694.

196.
1802, Dec. 29.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Caernarvon, esq.;
2.     David Williams of Saithon, gent.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT (copy) for the lease of Pandu, parish of Llaniestyn.

696.
1803, June 10.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     John Lewis of Bodior, co. Anglesey, esq.;
3.     Richard Dickinson of Saint John‟s Street, Clerkenwell, co. Middlesex.
LEASE for a year of Nanhoron, parish of Llangian, and Bodwyddog, parish of Rhiw,
Tair Gwraig Plas otherwise Tair Gwraig Uchaf, and Tair Gwraig Isaf, parish of
Llangwnadle, Bodwrda, Bodwrda Mill, and Pandu Bodwrda, parish of Llannor, co.
Carnarvon.

501.
1803, June 10.
1.     Richard Lloyd of Bronhaulog, co. Denbigh, esq., Annabella, his wife, and
       Annabella Lloyd, spinster, their only daughter;
2.     John Lewis of Bodior, co. Anglesey, and Richard Dickinson of Saint John‟s
       Street, Clerkenwell, co. Middlesex, esquires.
LEASE for a year of Hirdrefaig and other messuages in the parish of Llanffinan, co.
Anglesey, Llangwnadle demesne, parish of Llangwnadle, and messuages in the
parishes of Bryncroes, Tydweiliog, Llangian, Llaniestyn, Aberdaron, Pwllheli, Nefyn,
Meylltyrn, co. Carnarvon, Rhosbeirio, parish of Rhosbeirio, and Rhydwygyr, parish of
Amlwch, co. Anglesey.

689.
1803, June 13.
WILL of Thomas Jones of Gwerthir, parish of Llangian, co. Carnarvon, gent.

331.
1805, Oct. 11.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoran, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     John Williams of Tanybryn, parish of Llanengan, yeoman.
LEASE (counterpart) of Tanybryn aforesaid.

643.
1806, May 20.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoran, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Hugh Roberts of Brynmoelyn, co. Carnarvon, yeoman.
LEASE of Brynmoelyn, parish of Llannor, co. Carnarvon.

198.
1807, Feb. 3.
1.     Thomas Parry Jones of Madrin, co. Carnarvon, esq., and Margaret, his wife,
       eldest daughter and heiress in tail of Love Parry of Pennarth, esq., deceased;
2.     William Roberts of Castellmarch, yeoman.
APPOINTMENT and release in fee of Hendu, parish of Llangian.

74.
1810, April 18.
1.     Richard Griffith of Bodvel, co. Carnarvon, farmer, David Williams of
       Saithon, esq., and Griffith Jones of Wern, gent.;
2.   Thomas Morris of Aberkin, gent.
BOND for the payment of £200.

934.
1810-15.
MEMORANDA with queries touching the estate of Evan Jones, esq., in Rhoshirwaun
and Bryncroes.

472-3.
1811, June 11-12.
1.     Richard Ellis of Pwllheli, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     John Hugh Morgan and Griffith Zacheus, both of Mynydd Mynytho,
       labourers.
LEASE AND RELEASE of a parcel of land being part of the common of Mynydd
Mynytho, parish of Llangian.
Mutilated.

817.
1811, Aug. 10.
LETTER. O.A. Poole from Carnarvon to Colonel Edwards at Dublin, enclosing an
extract from a settlement of the Hirdrefaig estate, dated June 8, 1803, and referring to
a proposed colliery lease.

541.
1811.
QUIETUS to Richard Lloyd, esq., for his account to the Receiver-General of Crown
revenues.

335.
1812, Feb. 12.
1.     The Rev. William Millers of Tewin, co. Hertford, and rector of the parishes of
       Aberdaron and Llanfaelrhys, co. Carnarvon, clerk;
2.     The Rt. Hon. William, lord Auckland, and the Rt. Hon. Sylvester, lord
       Glenbervie;
3.     Evan Evans of Methlem, parish of Aberdaron, co. Carnarvon, yeoman;
4.     John Ellis of Pwllheli, co. Carnarvon, gent.
GRANT of four fifth parts of Bryn’r Eglwys, parish of Aberdaron.

336.
1812, July 3.
1.     Evan Evans of Methlem, parish of Aberdaron, yeoman, and John Ellis of
       Pwllheli, gent., both of co. Carnarvon;
2.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, esq.
LEASE for one year of the property specified in No. 335.

337
1.   Evan Evans, yeoman;
2.   John Ellis, gent.;
3.   Richard Edwards, esq.
RELEASE in fee of the property specified in No. 336.

339.
1812, July 6.
1.      Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.      John Williams of the village of Aberdaron, mariner.
LEASE (copy) for three natural lives of a parcel of ground belonging to Plas, and
fields called Brynreglwys, parish of Aberdaron.

650.
1812, July 10.
1.     William Roberts of Castellmarch, co. Carnarvon, farmer, and Anne his wife;
2.     Rev. Peter Williams of Llanbedrog, co. Carnarvon, clerk, D.D.
LEASE for a year of Hendu, parish of Llangian, co. Carnarvon.

651.
1812, July 11.
1.     William Roberts;
2.     Rev. Peter Williams;
3.     John Ellis of Pwllheli, co. Carnarvon, gent
RELEASE of the property specified in No. 650.

652.
1812, July 11.
1.     William Roberts, Griffith Griffiths of Castellmarch, co. Carnarvon, and John
       Owen of Tynycoed in the parish of Llangian, co. Carnarvon, yeoman;
2.     Rev. Peter Williams.
BOND for the performance of covenants.

751.
1812 (?), July 31.
COPY of the will of Mrs Lloyd of Hirdrefaig.

924.
1812-29.
RECEIPTS, notes of hand, correspondence, etc., comprising demands made upon the
estate of Col. Evan Jones of Gelliwig, and the administration thereof by Col. Richard
Edwards of Nanhoron.

75.
1813, Jan. 14.
1.     Richard Griffith of Pwllheli, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     David Williams of Saython and Griffith Jones of Wern, gentlemen.
MORTGAGE in trust of Rwttan bach in the parish of Bottwnog, co. Carnarvon.

636.
1813, March 29.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, gentlemen, esq.;
2.     Hugh David of Felin Bodwrda, co. Carnarvon, miller.
LEASE of Felin Bodwrda, parish of Aberdaron, co. Carnarvon.

76.
1813, April 14.
1.     David Williams of Saython, and Griffith Jones of Wern, co. Carnarvon,
       gentlemen;
2.     Richard Griffith of Pwllheli, gent.;
3.     Margaret Griffith of Bwlchgwyn, parish of Llannor, widow.
ASSIGNMENT of mortgage of Rwttan bach, parish of Bottwnog, co. Carnarvon.

469.
1813, Sept. 29.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoran, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Hugh Williams of Felin ucha, parish of Aberdaron, miller;
3.     Evan Hughes of Bryn y Gwyn, parish of Llanengan, yeoman.
LEASE, for three lives of a water corn grist mill called Felin ucha and fields called
Cae Forys and Tirbach parish of Aberdaron.

79.
1813.
ABSTRACT of securities affecting Rwttan bach, parish of Bottwnog.

474-5.
1814, July 7-8.
1.     John Hugh Morgan of Mynydd Mynytho, co. Carnarvon, labourer;
2.     Griffith Zacheus of the same, labourer.
LEASE AND RELEASE of the moiety of the property specified in Nos. 472-3.

704-5.
1815, March 1
1.     Robert Prichard of Gefael y Saithbont, co. Carnarvon, blacksmith;
2.     Thomas Jones of Plas ymhenllach, yeoman;
3.     Robert Griffith of Pwllhely, gent.
LEASE AND RELEASE of a messuage on Mynydd Mynytho, parish of Llangian, co.
Carnarvon.

341.
1815, June 1.
1.     Elizabeth Williams, widow, the Rev. Owen Gethin Williams and the Rev.
       Evan Williams, clerks, all of Croesfryn, o. Anglesey;
2.   Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
3.   Robert Thomas Carreg of Carreg, co. Carnarvon, esq.
ASSIGNMENT of a mortgage of Berthllwyd, parish of Bottwnog, co. Carnarvon.

827.
1815, July 24.
LETTER: J.C. Williams from Cefn Amlwch, to Col. Jones at Gelliwig,
acknowledging the receipt of the purchase money of an allotment on Carn Madryn.

403.
1815, Aug. 25.
1.     John Foulkes of Machynlleth, co. Montgomery, gent., Evan Evans of the city
       of Bangor, co. Carnarvon, brazier, and Mary, his wife;
2.     Owen Hughes of Trugarn, co. Carnarvon, yeoman.
LEASE for a year of Berthlecky, parish of Bottwnog, co. Carnarvon.

404.
1815, Aug. 26.
1.       John Foulkes, gent.;
2.       Evan Evans, brazier, and Mary, his wife;
3.       Elizabeth Evans of Bangor, co. Carnarvon, widow, and John Walker, brazier,
         and John Prichard, linen draper, both of Chester;
4.       The Rev. Samuel Rice of Friars, Bangor, clerk;
5.       Owen Hughes, yeoman.
RELEASE in fee, a declaration of the uses of a fine of, and an assignment of a term
of years as to the property specified in No. 403, with a covenant for the production of
title deeds relating thereto.

77-8.
1816, Dec. 9-10.
1.     Richard Griffith of Pwllhely, co. Carnarvon, shopkeeper;
2.     Evan Prichard of Ty Issa, William Griffith of Beudufawr, and John Griffith of
       Voelfawr, farmers.
LEASE AND RELEASE (mortgage) of Ruttan bach, parish of Bottwnog.

580.
1817, June 11.
1.     Owen Hughes of Trygarn, co. Carnarvon, farmer;
2.     The Rev. William Evans of Mynyddednyfed, and Robert Jones of
       Ynysgainfawr, gent.
MORTGAGE of Berthlecky, parish of Bottwnog, co. Carnarvon. (The sum lent was a
bequest by the late David Ellis, rector of Crickieth, to endow a schoolmaster).

518.
1817, Oct. 15.
1.     The Rev. John Kyffin of Bangor, clerk, and Thomas Jones of Bryntirion, co.
       Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
3.     Margaret Lewis, Mary Lewis, Elizabeth Lewis, Jane Lewis, late of
       Mounthazel, now of Carnarvon, spinsters.
ASSIGNMENT AND CONFIRMATION OF MORTGAGE of Traigraigucha and
Traigraigissa, parish of Llangwnadle, co. Carnarvon.

975.
1818, May 7.
1.     Evan Jones of Gelliwig, parish of Bryncroes, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Mr. Thomas Evans of Cotton Hall, co. Denbigh.
BOND for the payment of £200.

974.
1818, Oct. 31.
1.     Evan Jones of Gelliwig, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Mary Sorton of Cim, parish of Llanengan, co. Carnarvon, widow.
BOND for the payment of £200. With receipts and memoranda relating thereto.

842.
1819, Aug. 14.
LETTER. R[ichard] A. Poole from Carnarvon, to Evan Jones, esq., at Gelliwig,
informing him of a judgment in legal proceedings re rent.

630.
1819, Oct. 8.
WILL (copy) of Louisa Anne Watkins of Cae Synamon, co. Carnarvon, widow.

871.
1819-20
ACCOUNT rendered by Robert Griffith, smith, to the late Col. Evan Jones of
Gelliwig.

950.
1819-21.
STATEMENT of account for professional service rendered by O.A. Poole to the
executor of the estate of the late Evan Jones, esq., deceased.

892.
1820, March 18.
ACCOUNT rendered by Maurice Lewis, ironmonger, to the executor of the late Col.
Evan Jones, with a receipt.

1028.
1829, Dec. 8.
LETTER. Ellinor Parry from Madryn, to Mrs. Jones at Gelliwig. Personal and health
news.

882.
1820
BILL from Robert Roberts to Richard Jones, Neigwl, for a set of spokes to the use of
E. Jones of Gelliwig, esquire. Receipted Jan. 31, 1824, upon payment by Richard
Edwards.

872.
1820-21.
ACCOUNT rendered by Robert Jones, coal merchant, to the executor of the late Col.
Evan Jones, with a receipt for same.

874.
1820-21.
ACCOUNT rendered by Hugh Roberts, painter and decorator, to the executor of the
late Col. Evan Jones, together with a receipt for same.

1020.
1821, March 25.
LETTER. Ed. Rd. Lloyd at Pen y lan, to Col. Edwards, informing him of Col. Evan
Jones‟s death.

994.
1821, April 6.
LETTER. Rd. Golightly from Liverpool, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, sending
particulars of the late Col. Jones‟s account.

949.
1821, April 9.
LETTER. Hugh Rowlands from Tymawr, to R. Edwards, esq., at Nanhoran,
concerning the tenancy of Bach y dai, with receipts of rent due to Lord Newborough.

1031.
1821, April 26.
LETTER. O.A. Poole from Bala, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, arranging an
appointment.

879.
1821, May 1.
ACCOUNT rendered by Catherine Thomas, general merchant, to the executor of the
late Col. Evan Jones, with a receipt.

1022.
1821, May 1.
LETTER. G. Morgan from Carnarvon Bank, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron,
concerning the credit account of Col. Jones of Gelliwig.

880.
1821, May 9.
ACCOUNT rendered by Cadwalader Williams, maltster, the executor of the late Col.
Evan Jones.

1032.
1821, May 13.
LETTER. O A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron,
Legal advice upon matters relating to the wages of servants.

1000.
1821, May 25.
RECEIPT from Mrs. A.M. Jones to Col. Edwards, Nanhoron, for linen, plate, etc.

1033.
1821, May 29.
LETTER O.A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoran, concerning the
letting of Gelliwig.

1034.
1821, June 1.
LETTER O.A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, touching legal
proceedings arising from the administration of the late Col. Evan Jones' s estate.

1011.
1821, June 9.
LETTER George Kenyon from Cefn, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, informing him
that his sister wishes to have some things from Gelliwig.

984.
1821, June 13.
LETTER John Ellis from Pwllheli, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoran, asking him to have
the fallow twice ploughed for Mrs. Jones.

985.
1821, June 13.
LETTER. John Ellis from Pwllheli, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoran, concerning a
garden rented of Col.. Edwards by Mrs. Jones of Gelliwig.

514.
1821, June 14.
1      David Williams of Saython, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2      Thomas Hawkes of Rimley, co. Stafford, esq.
LEASE for a year of Saython and other messuages to the parishes of Llangian and
Llanfihangel Bachelleth, co. Carnarvon.

986.
1821, June 15.
LETTER.
John Ellis from Pwllheli, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoran, informing him that Mrs.
Jones wishes to consider herself tenant of the gardens at Gelliwig till Michaelmas.

515.
1821, June 15.
1.     David Williams, gent.;
2.     Thomas Hawkes, esq.;
3.     John Shaw Leigh of Liverpool, gent.
RELEASE of the properties specified in No. 514.

1035.
1821, June 26.
LETTER. O. A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, touching the
sale of the late Col. Evans Jones‟s effects.

1036.
1821, Aug. 21.
LETTER. O.A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Col. Edwards at nanhoron, arranging the
sale of stock at Gelliwig, and Tyn y Coed.

526.
1821, Aug. 27.
CERTIFICATE of a fine of ten messuages etc., in the parishes of Llanfihangel y
Bachellaeth and Llangian, co. Carnarvon, levied between Thomas Hawkes, esq.,
plaintiff, and David Williams, esq., and Jane his wife, deforceants.

979.
1821, Sept. 1.
LETTER. W. Campbell, Comptroller of the Legacy Duties at the Stamp Office,
Somerset Place, to Richard Edwards at Nanhoren, concerning legacy duties on the
will of Evan Jones

1037.
1821, Sept. 11.
LETTER. O.A. Poole from Carnarvon, to Col. [Edwards at Nanhoron], suggesting the
postponement of the sale of the Gelliwig estate, owing to Col. Edwards‟s
indisposition.

523.
1821, Sept. 11.
WILL of Richard Edwards of Nanhoran, co. Carnarvon, esq.

187.
1821, Sept. 22.
PARTICULARS of the length and value of ash trees at Stymllach, Clynnog, and at
Tynycoed, Bryncroes.

1001.
1821, Sept. 26.
LETTER. Mrs A.M. Jones from Bangor, to O.A. Poole at Gorphwysfa, enclosing a
list of articles claimed as presents given to her on her marriage.

928.
1821, Oct. 1-6.
ACCOUNTS of sales at Gelliwig.

1038.
1821, Oct. 10.
LETTER. O.A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, touching the
loss of a number of articles of china at Gelliwig.

1039.
1821, Nov. 1.
LETTER. O. A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Col, Edwards at Nanhoron, enclosing a
list of articles purchased by Mrs. Jones at the Gelliwig sale in October; also
discussing her claim to presents received on her marriage.

1040.
1821, Nov. 3.
LETTER. O. A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, discussing
legal proceedings arising from the administration of the late Col. Evan Jones‟s estate.

1041.
1821, Nov. 5.
LETTER. O.A. Poole from Gorphwysfa to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, discussing
Mrs. Jones‟s claim against the estate of the late Col. Evan Jones.

1042.
1821, Nov. 7.
LETTER. O.A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, discussing the
sale of stock at Gelliwig, and one William David‟s claim against the estate of his
master, the late Col. Evan Jones.

1019.
1821, Nov. 7.
LETTER. Evan Jones from Nevin to Col. Edwards of Nanhoron, informing him that
he has been subpoenaed to effect an assignment to sell or advance money on the
estate of Col. Jones.

1043.
1821, Nov. 11.
LETTER. O.A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Col. Edwards of Nanhoron, desiring his
opinion on the enclosed correspondence between him [Mr. Poole] and Richard Jones
of the Election Office, House of Commons, touching the sale of Bronllwyd bach,
parish of Bryncroes, and allotments on Rhoshirwaun.

1044.
1821, Nov. 12.
LETTER. O.A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, enclosing a
copy of a reply received from Geo. Kenyon, touching the claim of his [Mr. Kenyon‟s]
sister against the estate of the late Col. Evan Jones; also briefly reviewing the legal
proceedings proposed to be instituted upon recommendations contained in Mr.
Kenyon‟s letter.

1045.
1821, Nov. 13.
LETTER. O.A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron. Accounts of
the Gelliwig sale.

1046.
1821, Nov. 14.
LETTER. O. A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, discussing
means of ascertaining the title of the trustees of the will of the late Capt. Evan Jones
to Bronllwyd bach and allotments on Rhoshirwaun and Carn Madryn.

1047.
1821, Nov. 16.
LETTER. O. A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Co. Edwards at Nanhoron, discussing
Mrs. Jones‟s claim to marriage presents.

1048.
1821, Nov. 19.
LETTER. O.A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, touching Mrs.
Anne Jones‟s action for the recovery of an annuity of £40 devised by the will of the
late W. Griffith of Cefnamlwch.

1049.
1822, Jan. 9.
LETTER. O.A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, touching the
payment of the rent for Tynllan, Bryncroes.
841.
1822, March 15.
LETTER. Richard A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Richard Edwards, esq., at
Nanhoron, touching the proposed recovery of debts at the next Great Sessions.

840.
1822, March 21.
LETTER. Richard A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Richard Edwards, esq., at
Nanhoron, touching the payment of a sum of £50 due to the late Col. Evan Jones.

823.
1822, March 25.
LETTER. Rob. Williams from Versailles to Col. Edwards of Nanhoron, touching
petitions at the Carnarvon Assizes against the leather tax and salt tax.

850.
1822, April 7.
LETTER. O.A. Poole from Carnarvon, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, touching the
rental of the late Col. Evan Jones.

1029.
1822, April 7.
LETTER. Messrs
Poole and Harding from Chester, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron. The valuation of the
late Col. Evan Jones‟s old books.

1012.
1822, April 12.
LETTER. Geo. Kenyon from Cefn, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, enclosing copies of
letters from Messrs Poole and Harding, and Messrs Longman Hurst & Co.

1013.
1822, April 17.
LETTER. Geo Kenyon from Cefn, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoran, informing him of
Mrs. Jones‟s desire to purchase a few of the late Col. Evan Jones‟s books at Messrs
Poole and Harding‟s valuation.

755.
1822, April 17.
WILL of Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon.
Copy.

1030.
1822, April 22.
LETTERS. Messrs Poole and Harding from Chester, to W. Edwards, at Bronhaulog,
Abergele, touching Messrs Longman & Co.‟s offer of £25 for the late Col. Jones‟s
books.

824.
[18]22, April 29.
LETTER. Robert Williams from the House of Commons, to Col. Edwards of
Nanhoron, discussing the future of his son, Richard, and the removal of the leather
tax and the land tax.

849.
1822, May 20.
LETTER. O.A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, touching the
administration of the estate of the late Col. Evan Jones.

748.
1822, July 17.
1.     Richard Jones of Dinas, co. Carnarvon, esq., and Susanna Jones, otherwise
       Ellis, otherwise Langford, his wife;
2.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoran and Robert Thomas Carreg of Carreg, co.
       Carnarvon, esquires.
LEASE of properties in Dublin and in cos. Limerick and Kerry, Ireland.
Copy.

749.
1822, July 18.
1.     Richard Jones and Susanna his wife;
2.     Richard Edwards and Robert Thomas;
3.     Robert Jones of Dublin, gent.
SETTLEMENT of the properties specified in No. 748.
Copy.

987.
1822, Aug. 4.
LETTER. John Ellis from Pwllheli, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoran, enclosing a
statement of account between Mrs. Jones and the representatives of Col. Jones.

988.
1822, Aug. 4.
COPY of No. 987.

829.
1822, Sept. 16.
LETTER (copy). Toller and Son from Doctors‟ Commons‟, to O.A. Poole, esq.,
enclosing a monition for transcribing the will of Col. Evan Jones, deceased.
848.
1822, Sept. 25.
LETTER. O.A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, o Col. Edwards [at Nanhoron], touching the
late Col. Evan Jones‟s rental.

516-7.
1822, Oct. 10-11.
1.     Owen Hughes of Trygarn, co. Carnarvon, farmer;
2.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoran, co. Carnarvon, esq.
LEASE AND RELEASE of Berthlecki, parish of Bottwnog.

197.
1822, Oct. 15.
PROBATE of the will of Evan Jones formerly a Lieut. Col. in H.M. 23rd Regiment of
Foot, but late of Gelliwig, co. Carnarvon, esq., deceased. Will dated March 5, 1821.

980.
1822, Nov. 9.
LETTER. W. Campbell, Comptroller of the Legacy Duties of the Stamp Office,
Somerset Place, to Richard Edwards at Hirdrefaig, Anglesey, concerning legacy
duties on the will of Evan Jones.

982.
1822, Nov. 11.
LETTER. Greenwood Cox & Co., from Craig‟s Court, London, to Richard Edwards
at Hirdrefaig, concerning the balance on the late Lieut. Col. Evan Jones‟s account.

847.
1822, Nov. 16.
LETTER. O.A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Col. Edwards [at Nanhoron] enclosing a
copy of the probate of the will of the late Col. Evan Jones.

845.
1822, Nov. 17.
LETTER. O.A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, touching the
administration of the late Col. Evan Jones‟s estate.

846.
1822, Nov. 19.
LETTER. O.A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, touching the
payment of the late Col. Evan Jones‟s creditors.

922.
1822, Nov. 21.
RECEIPT for £1. 4. 0 from William Jones, Overseer of the Poor of Bryncroes, to
Thomas Williams.
1014.
1822, Nov. 31.
LETTER. Geo Kenyon from Cefn, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoran, touching the
payment of a note due by his [Mr. Kenyon‟s] sister.

981.
1822, Dec. 4.
LETTER. John Ellis from Pwllheli, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoran, advising him that
Mrs. Jones will have to proceed in her action against him.

844.
1822, Dec. 11.
LETTER. O. A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, concerning
the payment of the late Col. Evan Jones‟s creditors. With a draft of Col. Edwards‟s
reply, dated Dec. 13, 1822.

927.
1822-3
ACCOUNT rendered to Mr. John Williams of Pwllheli in respect of cases in the
Exchequer.

247.
1822-24.
PARTICULARS of monies received by R[ichard] E[dwards] since Feb. 26, 1822,
„the day on which poor Mr. Lloyd died‟.

1023.
1823, Jan. 27.
LETTER. S. Morgan from Carnarvon Bank to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, touching
the late Col. Jones‟s stock.

843.
1823, Jan. 28.
LETTER. O.A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, concerning
the administration of the estate of the late Col. Evan Jones.

1024.
1823, Feb. 15.
LETTER. J. Morgan from the Bank, Carnarvon, to Col. Richard Edwards at
Nanhoron, acknowledging the receipt of the purchase money of Consols.

1025.
1823, Feb. 21.
LETTER. J. Morgan from the Bank, Carnarvon, to Richard Edwards, esq., enclosing
dividend on Consols stock belonging to the late Evan Jones of Gelliwig.
990.
1823, March 14.
LETTER. John Ellis from Pwllheli, to col. Edwards at Nanhoran, concerning the
action brought by Mrs. Jones against the latter.

1016.
1823, March 18.
LETTER. Geo Kenyon from Cefn, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, concerning Mr.
Poole‟s death and the state of his [Mr. Kenyon‟s] sister‟s affairs.

290.
1823.
March 31.
FINAL CONCORD in a fine levied between Evan Evans, gent., plaintiff, and John
Thomas, farmer, deforceant, when the deforceant acknowledged four messuages, four
dwellinghouses, four cottages, four barns, four stables, four cowhouses, four
outbuildings, four gardens, four orchards, and 248 acres of land in the parish of
Llangian, co. Carnarvon, to be the right of the plaintiff.

1015.
[18]23, April 2.
LETTER. Geo. Kenyon from Cefn, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, touching the
securing of the late Col. Jones‟s rental.

839.
1823, April 23.
LETTER. Richard A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Richard Edwards, esq., at
Nanhoron, touching the demands of Mrs. Jones of Gelliwig against the estate of the
late Col. Evan Jones.

991.
1823, April 24.
LETTER. John Ellis, Pwllheli, to Col. Edwards, Nanhoran, concerning Mrs. Jones‟s
claim and action.

838.
1823, April 28.
LETTER. Richard A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Richard Edwards, esq., at
Nanhoron, touching the demands of the late Col. Evan Jones‟s creditors.

836.
1823, May 5.
LETTER. Richard A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Richard Edwards, esq., at
Nanhoron, enclosing a list of debts incurred by the late Col. Evan Jones, and desiring
their payment.
1026.
1823, May 8.
LETTER. J. Morgan from the Bank, Carnarvon, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron,
touching the stock of the late Col. Evan Jones.

835.
1823, May 19.
LETTER. Richard A. Poole from Gorphwysfa, to Richard Edwards, esq., at
Nanhoron, desiring his assistance in the preparation of the advertisement of the sale
of the late Col. Evan Jones‟s property [at Gelliwig].

1027.
1823, May 20.
LETTER. J. Morgan from the Bank, Carnarvon, to Richard Edwards, esq., at
Nanhoron, touching the sale of the late Col. Evan Jones‟s stock.

831.
1823, June 5.
LETTER. R. Roberts from the Bank, Carnarvon, to Richard Edwards, esq., at
Nanhoron, touching the sale of the late Col. Evan Jones‟s stock.

834.
1823, July 10.
LETTER. Richard A. Poole from Pwllhely, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, touching
the sale of Gelliwig.

997.
1823, July 11.
LETTER. John Ellis from Pwllheli, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, concerning the sale
of Col. Jones‟s estate.

235.
1823, Sept. 27.
FINANCIAL MEMORANDA compiled by Sambel Hews, and endorsed: „Mem. For
Col. Edwards‟.

1002.
1823, Nov. 18.
LETTER. A.M. Jones from Bangor, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, touching the
payment of a note of hand for furniture and goods. With a copy of Col. Edwards‟s
reply, dated Nov. 20.

833.
1823, Dec. 13.
LETTER. Richard A. Poole from Carnarvon, to Richard Edwards, esq., at Nanhoron,
authorizing the payment of the sum of £25 due from the late Col. Evan Jones.

1003.
1824, Jan. 27.
LETTER. Anna Maria Jones of Cefn, to Richard Edwards, esq., of Nanhoron,
concerning wages due to William Davies.

894.
1824, Jan. 31.
RECEIPT for £25 from W. Davies to Col. Edwards as executor to the late Col. Jones.

900.
1824, Feb. 24.
ACCOUNT rendered by R.D. Evans of Wrexham to the trustees of the late Col.
Jones.

890.
1824.
RECEIPT for £1. 1. 0 from E. Evans to Col. Edwards, for making out the account of
the late Col. Jones.

993.
1824, March 16.
LETTER. [Col] R[ichard] Edwards to -----, concerning the Gelliwig estate.
Draft.

878.
1824, March 16.
LETTER. John Eastwood from Liverpool, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, with
particulars of the debt of the late Col. Jones to him.

873.
1824, March 17.
RECEIPT for 4/10. from John Thomas of Talysarn to the executor of the late Evan
Jones, esq.

1005.
1824, March 22.
LETTER. A.M. Jones from Gredington, to George Kenyon, esq., at Cefn, desiring an
explanation of some aspects of the executorship of the late Col. Jones‟s will.

935.
1824, March 23.
RECEIPT from Robert Evans to ------ for the Poor Rate of the parish of Bryncroes.
1017.
[18]24, March 27.
LETTER. G.W. Kenyon from Cefn, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, concerning the
state of his [Mr. Kenyon‟s] affairs, and the executorship of the late Col. Jones‟s will.

957.
[18]24, Nov. 6.
LETTER. R. E[dwards] from Nanhoron, to ------, acknowledging the receipt of a box
of deeds.

995.
1824, Dec. 30.
LETTER. Messrs Jenkins and Abbott from New Inn, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron,
concerning payment by Mrs. Jones.

996.
1825, Jan. 22.
LETTER. Messrs Jenkins and Abbott to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, concerning the
dispute with Mrs. Jones.

895.
1825, Jan. 24.
ACCOUNT rendered by John Williams to the executor of the late Col. Jones, with a
receipt for the same.

997.
1825, Jan. 29.
LETTER. Messrs Jenkins and Abbott from New Inn to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron,
concerning proceedings to be taken against Mrs Jones.

893.
1825, Jan. 31.
ACCOUNT rendered by Robt. Roberts to John Williams.

939.
1825, Jan – Aug.
ACCOUNTS of Ystumllech and Tynycoed timber.

811.
1825, Feb. 5.
ACCOUNT rendered by John Jones to John Williams.

1004.
1825, Feb. 12.
LETTER. A. M. Jones from Tenby, to Richard Edwards, esq., of Nanhoron,
informing him of her arrest.
1006.
1825, Feb. 19.
LETTER. A. M. Jones from Ivy Cottage, [Tenby], to R. Edwards, esq., at Nanhoron,
concerning Egyptian prize money and estate matters.

983.
1825, Feb. 19.
LETTER. Col. R. Edwards to Mrs. E. Jones, concerning the affairs of the late Colonel
Jones.
Copy.

1007.
1825, Feb. 23.
LETTER. A. M. Jones from Tenby, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, explaining her
attitude with regard to the administration of the late Col. Jones‟s will.

837.
1825, Feb. 23.
LETTER. Richard A. Poole from Carnarvon, to Richard Edwards, esq., at Nanhoron,
concerning the administration of Col. Jones‟s estate.

977.
1825, Feb. 26.
LETTER. T. Broster from Wrexham for George Kenyon, to Colonel Edwards at
Nanhoron, enclosing the first halves of bankpaper for £25.

1018.
1825, Feb. 27
LETTER. Geo. Kenyon from Cefn, to his sister Anne [Jones], informing her of the
payment for the [late Col. Jones‟s] books.

1021.
1825, Feb. 29.
LETTER. George Mackenzie, late Major R.W.F. from 9 Bond Court, Walbrook,
Lonodn, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, informing him that there is prize money due to
the Gelliweeg estate.

978.
1825, March 2.
LETTER. T. Broster from Wrexham, for [George] Kenyon, to Col. Edwards at
Nanhoron, enclosing remaining halves of bank notes for £25.

981.
1825, March 4.
LETTER. Messrs Greenwood Cox & Co., from Craig Court, London, to R. Edmonds
[sic], at Nanhoran, concerning prize money due to the representative of the late Col.
Jones.

930.
1825, March 8.
ACCOUNT rendered by David Williams of Pwllheli, to the representatives of Col.
Jones of Gelliwig, with a receipt for £9.11.8.

897.
1825, March 8.
ACCOUNT rendered by John Pritchard to the executor of the late Col. Jones, with a
receipt for the same.

887.
1825, March 8.
ACCOUNT rendered by Mary Griffith to the executor of the late Col. Jones, with a
receipt for the same.

1008.
[1825], March 9.
LETTER. A.M. Jones from Ivy Cottage, [Tenby] to [?Col. Edwards], bitterly
complaining of his unjust and unreasonable attitude towards her.

932.
1825, March 9.
LETTER. Robert Thomas of Carnarvon, druggist, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron,
enclosing a receipt for the discharge of the debt of Col. Jones.

898.
1825, March 11.
ACCOUNT rendered by Lowry Anwyl to Col. Edwards.

828.
1825, March 17.
LETTER. Jno. Williams from Pwllheli, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, enclosing
vouchers for payments made by him on behalf f Col. Edwards.

888.
1825, March 18.
LETTER, John Williams from Pwllheli, to Col. Richard Edwards at Nanhoron,
acknowledging the receipt of £20 to pay Gelliwig creditors.

1009.
1825, March 19.
LETTER. A. M. Jones from Ivy Cottage, [Tenby] to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron,
relating to her business affairs.

830.
1825, March 19.
LETTER. W.H. Spicer from the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, to Col. Edwards of the
Carnarvon Militia, at Nanhonor [sic], Pwllheli, touching the payment of the late Col.
Evan Jones‟s Egyptian prize money.

875.
1825, April 5.
ACCOUNT rendered by Richard Roberts, general merchant, to the representative of
the late Col. Evan Jones, with a receipt for the same.

826.
1825, April 6.
LETTER. Jno. Williams from Pwllheli, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, concerning
payment to Richard Roberts.

899.
1825, April 17.
LETTER. Messrs Robert Brittain and Son from Chester, to Col. Edwards at
Nanhoran, covering a receipt for the debt of the late Col. Jones.

881.
1825, April 18.
RECEIPT for £4. 3. 6 from Robert Brittain and Son to the executor of the late Col.
Jones.

889.
1825, July 8.
LETTER. John Eastwood from Liverpool to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron,
acknowledging the receipt of a cheque upon Messrs Williams, Hughes and Co., of
Chester.

832.
1825, July 21.
LETTER. Richard A. Poole from Carnarvon, to Richard Edwards, esq., at Nanhoron,
touching the administration of the late Col. Evan Jones‟s estate.

999.
1825, July 28.
LETTER. Messrs Jenkins and Abbott from New Inn, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron,
concerning the proceedings against Mrs. Jones, Gelliwig.

885.
1825, Aug. 28.
ACCOUNT rendered y John Jones, draper, to the executor of the late Col. Jones with
a receipt for the same.

884.
1825, Aug. 28.
LETTER. Margaret Briscoe from Wrexham, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoran, enclosing
a receipt for the debt of the late Col. Jones.

886.
1825, Sept. 1.
RECEIPT for £1. 9. 0 from Samuel Edge to the executor of the late Col. Jones.

876.
1825, Sept. 16.
RECEIPT from Ann Evans to Richard Edwards for a legacy bequeathed by the late
Col. Jones.

819.
[18]25, Sept. 27.
LETTER. Thos. A. Smith from Tidworth, to [Col. Edwards at Nanhoron], discussing
election matters, and enclosing an extract from a letter from Lord Anglesey relating to
Col. Edwards‟ efforts in the same.

896.
1825, Oct. 1.
RECEIPT from J. Roberts to the executor of the late Col. Jones for wages due to his
wife.

877.
1825,Nov. 7.
RECEIPT from Mrs. Jones to Col. Richard Edwards for a legacy by the late Col.
Evan Jones.

883.
1825, Dec. 28.
RECEIPT from John Evans to Richard Edwards, esq., for £200 due to Mrs. Col.
Jones.

825.
1826, Jan. 23.
LETTER. Robert Wynn from Garthewin to Colonel Edwards at Nanhoron,
concerning an exchange of land.

937.
1826, Feb. 20.
LETTER. John Painter from Wrexham, to Col. Edwards, concerning the account of
the late Col. Jones.

936.
1826, March 3.
LETTER. R.D. Evans to Col. Edwards, acknowledging and enclosing a receipt for £3.
16. 0 due from the estate of Col. Jones.

942.
1826, March 6.
LETTER. John Painter from Wrexham, to Col. Edwards, acknowledging the receipt
of the debt due to him from the estate of colonel Jones.

818.
1826, April 14.
LETTER. J.T. Sewell from Carnarvon, to Colonel Edwards at Nanhoron, with copies
of letters which passed between the writer and Sir William Beechey concerning a
portrait of Mr. Assheton Smith.

933.
1826, May 10.
RECEIPT from H.R. Williams from Penrhos, to Richard Edwards, esq., at Nanhoron,
concerning the costs of William Davies.

554.
1826, Sept. 28.
ABSTRACT OF TITLE of John Thomas to hereditaments and premises in Llangian,
co. Carnarvon, 1720-1826.

762.
1826-1838.
STATEMENT OF ACCOUNT for professional service rendered by John Thomas to
Richard Lloyd Edwards, esq.

502.
1827, Feb. 26.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, esq.;
2.     William Francis of Rhydhir, miller, William Davies of Nevin, Thomas Lewis
       of Pwllheli, Evan Rowlands of Capelhelig, Robert Owen of Llanengan,
       dissenting ministers, Hugh Roberts of Nevin, mariner, William Jones of
       Ceidio, farmer, Maurice Lewis of Rhydyclafrdu, saddler, and Edward
       Williams of Pwllheli, shoemaker.
LEASE (counterpart) of a parcel of land called Yr Offt in the town of Nevin, to build
a chapel for the use of a class of Protestant Dissenters called Independants.

563.
1827, Feb. 26.
COPY of No. 502.

559.
1827, April 23.
1.     William Roberts of Parkia, parish of Llangian, co. Carnarvon, yeoman;
2.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, esq.
MORTGAGE of Parkia alias Parkia Chwain on Mynytho in the parish of Llangian,
co. Carnarvon.
(Enclosures :-
a.     bill of costs of Cyril Williams for drawing the mortgage;
b.     particulars of payments made by Col. Edwards to William Roberts;
c.     demand and receipts for tithe rent charge due from William Roberts)

812.
1827, Nov. 16.
LETTER. H. Holland Edwards from Pennant, to Colonel Edwards at Nanhoran,
reluctantly declining an invitation ? to Nanhoron.

808.
1828, Oct. 18.
LETTER. [A] Burt from yn y Cae to Col. Edwards, concerning a take-note.

814.
1828, Nov. 23.
LETTER. W. Ormsby Gore from Porkington, Oswestry, to Col. Edwards at
Nanhoran. Is anxious to establish a Brunswick Club in Carnarvonshire, and would be
pleased if Col. Edwards would convene a meeting to discuss the question.

459.
1829, Jan. 1.
1.     Robert Williams of Gefail y Garn, parish of Llaniestyn, co. Carnarvon,
       yeoman;
2.     Anne Williams of Carnarvon, spinster.
ASSIGNMENT of the mortgage specified in No. 458.

820.
1829, April 21.
LETTER. John Wilkin from the Office of Woods and Forests, to Col. Edwards at
Nanhoron, concerning leases of minerals.

810.
1829, April 22.
LETTER. A. Burt from Hackney to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, concerning projects at
Abersoch.
1056.
1829, July 7.
LETTER. A. Burt from Tan y ?Tallt, Tremadoc, to Col. Edwards [at Nanhoron],
concerning the Nant mine, and enclosing a letter from Messrs Williams.

809.
1829, July 21.
LETTER. A. Burt from Tremadoc to Colonel Edwards at Nanhoron, concerning a
demand by John Evans for compensation for damage.

706.
1829, Sept. 10.
1.      John Lloyd of Trallwyd, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.      Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq., and Arabella, his wife;
3.      Richard Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoron, esq., son and heir of Richard Lloyd;
4.      John Griffith of Llan Fair, co. Carnarvon, esq.
ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE of Bronheylog and other messuages in the parishes
of Llanfairtalhayarn, and Abergelley. (With a further assignment, dated Oct. 9, 1831,
to the Rev. Hugh Chambers Jones, vicar of Westhaen, co. Essex.)

821.
1830, Jan. 20.
LETTER. David Williams from Pwllheli to [Col. Edwards], concerning the Trygarn
Trust.

816.
1830, Jan. 31.
LETTER. Wm. Osbaldeston from London Street, London, to Col. Edwards, covering
a letter of attorney.

1050.
1830, Jan. 31.
LETTER. David Williams from Pwllheli to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, concerning a
certain assignment.

815.
1830, Feb. 1.
LETTER. A.M. Jones from Tenby, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoron, expressing her
intention of reimbursing him.

1052.
1830, Feb. 11.
LETTER. H[enry Wm. Majendie], bishop of Bangor, to [?Col. Edwards at
Nanhoron], discussing the Bottwnog School trust.

660-61.
1830, March 4-5.
1.     William Williams, late of Llangian, now of Carnarvon, joiner;
2.     Cyril Williams of Pwllheli, co. Carnarvon, gent.
LEASE AND RELEASE of Y Gegin, Tyucha, Yr Feel and Erwbengul in the parish of
Llangian, co. Carnarvon.

199.
1830, March 5.
1.     Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     William Griffith late of Llangian, now of Gwenhiniog, parish of Llaniestyn,
       blacksmith;
3.     William Williams late of Llangian, now of Carnarvon, joiner.
ASSIGNMENT of mortgage of Tyucha and Y Gegin, parish of Llangian.

822.
1830, March 15.
LETTER. David Williams from Pwllheli to [Col. Edwards], about his aunt‟s claim
and the keepership of the House of Correction.

802.
1830, April 14.
WILL (abstract) of Richard Edwards [of Nanhoron, esq.].

1054.
1830, July 12.
LETTER. J.M. Sims from Nant Mine, to Col. Edwards at Nanhoran, concerning the
shipment of manganese.

497.
1830, July 20.
CERTIFICATE of the recovery with double voucher of eighteen messuages, ten
cottages, two water corn mills, one spinning and carding factory, fifteen barns, fifteen
stables, twenty-five gardens, five orchards, and 2, 450 acres of land in the parishes of
Llaniestyn, Llanfihangel Bachelleth, Llangian, and Bottwnog, co. Carnarvon, suffered
between William Jones, gent., demandant, and Robert Griffith, gent., tenant.

460.
1831, Feb. 24.
1.     Anne Williams, spinster, and Thomas Williams, yeoman, and Sarah, his wife,
       all of Carnarvon;
2.     Hugh Griffith of the same, druggist.
LEASE for a year of Melin y Dinas otherwise Dinas Mill, parish of Llaniestyn.

461.
1831, Feb. 25.
1.     Anne Williams, spinster;
2.     Thomas Williams, yeoman, and Sarah, his wife;
3.     Hugh Griffith, druggist;
4.     William Lloyd Roberts of Carnarvon, gent.
RELEASE of the property specified in No. 460, with an assignment of a term of years
to await the inheritance.

463.
1831, April 4.
1.     Hugh Griffith of Carnarvon, druggist;
2.     Richard Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoron, esq.
LEASE for a year of Melin Dinas otherwise Dinas Mill, parish of Llaniestyn.

464.
1831, April 5.
1.     Hugh Griffith, druggist;
2.     William Lloyd Roberts of Carnarvon, gent.;
3.     Richard Lloyd Edwards, esq.;
4.     John Evans of Tynycoed, gent.;
5.     Henry Rumsey Williams of Penrhos, gent.
RELEASE AND APPOINTMENT of the property specified in No. 463, with an
assignment of terms to await the inheritance.

277.
1833, Aug. 28.
ABSTRACT of articles for the settlement of the real estates of John Lloyd Wynne of
Coed coch, co. Denbigh, esq., on his marriage with Miss Mary Anne Frances Haggitt,
daughter of the Rev. John Haggitt, rector of Ditton, co. Cambridge, and of Addington,
co. Buckingham, clerk.

725.
1834, Nov. 3.
1.     John Jones of Pwllheli, co. Carnarvon, joiner;
2.     Elizabeth Jones of Pwllheli, aforesaid, spinster, daughter of John Jones.
LEASE for a year of Garnfadryn, parish of Llaniestyn, co. Carnarvon.

726.
1834, Nov. 4.
1.     John Jones and Mary, his wife;
2.     Elizabeth Jones.
RELEASE of the property specified in No. 725.

478.
1835-47.
STATEMENTS of the account of Richard Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoron, esq., with
William Griffith of Penrhos, Llangian, yeoman.
568.
1836, April 1.
1.     Owen Owen of Gadlys, co, Anglesey, and Cyril Williams of Pwllhely, co.
       Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     Richard Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.
BOND of indemnity.

784.
1836, Oct. 29.
1.     Richard Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     John Williams of Dyffryn in the parish of Bottwnog, co. Carnarvon, yeoman.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT concerning a lease of Llain Nanhoron, co.
Carnarvon.

529.
1837, May 12.
1.     Richard Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     John Paynter of Maes y Llwyn, and Richard Jones of Cemaes, co. Anglesey,
       merchants.
LEASE of minerals on Monachty, Gadar, and Lodge in the parish of
Llanfairynghornwy, co. Anglesey

635.
1837, May 12.
COUNTERPART of No. 529.

764.
1838, July 21.
Extract of a fine suffered in the second session of 1826 between John Evans, gent.,
plaintiff, and John Thomas, farmer, and Anne, his wife, deforceants, when the
deforceants acknowledged six messuages, etc., in Llangian, co. Carnarvon, to be the
right of the plaintiff.

759.
1838, July 21.
LETTER. Richard A. Poole to Thomas Ellis at Pwllheli, relating to a search for a
recovery.

806.
1838, July 23.
ABSTRACT OF TITLE (1720-1826) of John Thomas to lands in Gwerthur, parish of
Llangian, co. Carnarvon; copies of letters (June and Sept., 1826) from J. Evans,
Carnarvon, to Col. Edwards, Nanhoron, relating thereto;
And the opinion of R.G. Temple thereon.

763.
1838, July 24.
LETTER. Richard A.Poole to R.G. Temple concerning the abstract of the title of John
Thomas to real estate in the parish of Llangian.

765.
1838, July 24.
EXTRACT of a recovery of messuages in the parish of Llangian, suffered in the first
session of 1749, between Richard Thomas, clerk, demandant, William Prichard, gent.,
tenant, and Thomas Jones, gent., vouchee.

758.
1838, Aug. 12.
1.      John Thomas of Gerthyr, parish of Llangian, gent.;
2.      Mary Owen of Carnarvon, spinster;
3.      Richard Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoron, esq.;
4.      Cyril Williams of Pwllheli, gent.
DRAFT APPOINTMENT AND RELEASE of Tyddyn Robin and Rhos Werthyr,
parish of Llangian.

760.
1838, Aug. 22 – Sept. 5.
STATEMENT OF ACCOUNT for professional service rendered by Messrs Williams
& Ellis to Robert Williams.

766.
1838, Sept. 3-4.
DRAFT of a lease and release of properties specified in No. 527.

527.
1838, Sept. 3.
1.     John Thomas of Gwerthyr, parish of Llangian, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     Richard Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.
LEASE for a year of Tyddyn Robin and Rhos Werthyr, parish of Llangian, co.
Carnarvon.

528.
1838, Sept. 4.
1.     John Thomas;
2.     Mary Owen of Carnarvon, spinster;
3.     Richard Lloyd Edwards;
4.     Cyril Williams of Pwllheli, co. Carnarvon, gent.
RELEASE of the properties specified in No. 527.

761.
1838, Sept. 5.
LETTER. Robert Williams to Messrs Williams and Ellis, concerning the conveyance
of Rhos Werthyr.

761.
1838, -----
1.      Richard Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.      Isaac Hudson, merchant, and Job Railter, agent, both of Manchester, and
        James Marsden of Wilderness Cottage, near Rochdale, mine agent and grocer.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT for a lease of the minerals at Hirdrefaig, parish of
Llanffinan, co. Anglesey.

632.
1839, March 2.
1.     Thomas Williams of Dwylan, parish of Llanengan, co. Carnarvon, surgeon;
2.     Richard Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.
APPOINTMENT of Rhydywychiad, parish of Llangian, co. Carnarvon.
Draft.

519-20.
1839, May 21-22.
1.     Thomas Jones of Plasymhenllech, parish of Penllech, co. Carnarvon, yeoman;
2.     John Thomas of Trefgwraig y Plas, parish of Llangwnadle, co. Carnarvon,
       farmer.
LEASE AND RELEASE of Tynlon on Mynydd Mynytho, parish of Llangian, co.
Carnarvon.

863.
1839, Oct. 28.
LETTER. [sic] L[ove] Parry from Madryn to Thos. Ellis at Pwllheli, signifying his
willingness to subscribe towards the Testimonial Cup for Mr. R.L. Edwards.

869.
1839, Oct. 28.
LETTER. R. Trygarn Griffith from Carreglwyd, to Thos. Ellis at Pwllheli, promising
to subscribe about £5 towards presentation fund for Mr. R.L. Edwards.

767.
N.D.
DRAFT of No. 752 below.

864.
1839, Oct. 29.
LETTER. David Williams to Thomas Ellis at Pwllheli, expressing his readiness to
subscribe towards a silver cup to be presented to Mr. Lloyd Edwards for making the
Nant Bodlas road.
861.
1839, Oct. 29.
LETTER. Anna Jones from Garthewin to Thomas Ellis at Pwllheli, informing him
that Col. Wynne will subscribe £2.2.0. towards the silver cup for Mr. Lloyd Edwards.

862.
1839, Nov. 1.
LETTER. Robert Jones from Llaniestyn to Thomas Ellis at Pwllheli, informing him,
that he will subscribe £1.1.0. towards the subscription for Mr. Lloyd Edwards.

859.
1839, Nov. 1.
LETTER. H.R. Williams from Penrhos to Thomas Ellis at Pwllheli, informing him
that he is willing to have his name added to the subscription list.

911.
1839, Nov. 1.
LETTER. P.O. Carnegy of Gelliwig, to Thomas Ellis, esq., concerning a presentation
to Mr. Lloyd Edwards for completing a road through Nant Bodlas.

921.
1839, Nov. 2.
LETTER. David Williams of Pwllheli to Thomas Ellis, esq., concerning the
subscriptions of Sir Love Parry and Capt. Parry to the Nanhoron testimonial.

865.
1839, Nov. 4.
LETTER. P.O. Carnegy to Thomas Ellis of Pwllheli, expressing his willingness to
subscribe £2.2.0 towards the Nanhoron presentation.

867.
1839, Nov. 9.
LETTER. John Evans from Bodwrda to Thomas Ellis, expressing his willingness to
subscribe £1.1.0. towards the Nanhoron presentation fund.

915.
1839, Nov. 20.
LETTER. Owen Roberts of Tymawr, to Thomas Ellis, esq., informing him of Mr. G.
Wynne of Cefnamlwch‟s subscription towards the presentation plate to Mr. Lloyd
Edwards.

925.
1839, Nov. 22.
LETTER. Major Nanney of Gwynfryn, to [Thomas Ellis], announcing his readiness
to subscribe to the Nanhoron testimonial.
914.
1839, Nov. 26.
LETTER. P. Jones of Bodfan, to Thomas Ellis, esq., expressing his readiness to
subscribe towards a cup to be presented to Mr. Lloyd Edwards.

866.
1840, Feb. 24.
LETTER. R. Trygarn Griffith from Carreglwyd to Thos. Ellis at Pwllheli, informing
him that he is unable to attend at Pwllheli on the second of March.

860.
[1840. Feb.?]
LIST of subscribers towards the Nanhoron testimonial.

868.
LETTER. Rundell, Bridge and Co., of Ludgate Hill, to Thos. Ellis at Pwllheli,
acknowledging the receipt of promissory note on the London Joint Stock Bank for
£103.2.0.

916.
1840, March 6.
RECEIPT from Rundell, Bridge & Co., to the Rev. John Owen for the payment of
£103.2.0 on account of a silver venison dish.

912.
1840, March 14.
LETTER. Thomas Ellis from Pwllheli, to Thos. Edward Roberts, esq., concerning his
subscription towards Mr. Lloyd Edwards‟ piece of plate.

926.
1840, March 14.
POSTAGE ACCOUNT in connection with the Nanhoron Testimonial Fund.

923.
1840, March 25
BALANCE SHEET of the Nanhoron Testimonial Fund.

917.
1840, May. 7.
LETTER. Charles Caldecot to Thomas Ellis, instructing him to put his name down
for £1. towards the presentation to Mr. Lloyd Edwards.

752.
1840, Aug. 31.
ABSTRACT OF TITLE of John Thomas of Gwerthyr, to property in the parish of
Llangian, co. Carnarvon, 1720-1840. A note from W. Lloyd Edwards to Thomas Ellis
of Pwllheli is enclosed.

785.
1841, April 15.
LETTER. Messrs. Williams and Ellis from Pwllheli to R.G. Temple, asking him to
prepare a deed of exchange between Lloyd Edwards and John Thomas, and to check
the titles.

807.
1841, April 20.
ABSTRACT OF TITLE (1720-1840) of John Thomas of Gwerthur, parish of
Llangian, co. Carnarvon, to Gwerthur; with the opinion of R.G. Temple thereon.

794.
1841, April 22.
LETTER. R.G. Temple from Chester, to [? Messrs Williams and Ellis], concerning
the proposed exchange between Lloyd Edwards and John Thomas.

796.
1841, April 29.
LETTER. John Hughes from Bangor, to Messrs Williams and Ellis, solicitors, at
Pwllheli, concerning a limited administration.

797.
1841, April 29.
LETTER. Rev. H.H. Edwards from Westminster to Messrs Williams and Ellis,
declining to act as a trustee under the will of Richard Edwards.

955.
1841, April 30.
LETTER: J. B[rowning] Edwards from Coed Helen, to Messrs Williams and Ellis,
solicitors, Pwllheli, touching a proposed exchange of lands between Mr. Lloyd
Edwards and John Thomas.

795.
1841, May 3.
LETTER. Major Nanney from Gwynfryn, to Messrs Williams and Ellis at Pwllheli,
concerning the Rev. Richard Ellis.

793.
1841, May 5.
LETTER. Major Nanney from Gwynfryn, to Messrs Williams and Ellis, solicitors, at
Pwllheli, concerning the mortgage of Caedu.
792.
1841, May 6.
LETTER. Major Nanney from Gwynfryn, to [?Messrs Ellis and Williams], enclosing
a copy of he conditions of a bond, dated Dec. 15, 1794, between R. Edwards and R.
Ellis, for the performance of covenants contained in a mortgage of the same date.
(No. 399).

791.
1841, May 7.
LETTER. J. Morgan from Carnarvon, to Messrs Williams and Ellis, solicitors, at
Pwllheli, about the Rev. Richard Ellis‟s will.

789.
1841, May 10.
LETTER. Major Nanney from Gwynfryn, to Messrs Williams and Ellis, solicitors, at
Pwllheli, about the Caedu mortgage.

788.
1841, May 19.
LETTER. Rev. Hugh Jones from Llangower rectory, to Messrs Williams an Ellis,
solicitors, at Pwllheli, concerning a mortgage of Caedu, etc.

801.
1841, June 9.
LETTERS (two). John Croft from 6 South Square, Grays Inn, to the Rev. H.H.
Edwards, Dean‟s Yard, Westminster, concerning Col. Edwards‟s will.
Copies.

800.
1841, June 12.
LETTER. John Croft from Gray‟s Inn, to Messrs Williams and Ellis, solicitors, at
Pwllheli, enclosing a copy of a note from R. Lloyd Edwards, asking John Croft not to
trouble Holland Edwards further in his business.

799.
1841, June 15.
LETTER. John Croft from Gray‟s Inn, to Messrs Williams and Ellis, solicitors, at
Pwllheli, concerning the Rev. H. Edwards.

768.
1841, Nov. 24.
1.     Owen Rowland of Tynewydd, parish of Llanfihangel y Traethau, co.
       Merioneth, yeoman, and Hugh Owen of Tynewydd, labourer;
2.     Richard Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.
CONVEYANCE (draft) of Llain Gyd otherwise Llain Werthyr, parish of Llangian,
co. Carnarvon.
804.
1841.
1.     The Rev. Howell Holland Edwards of Pennant, co. Denbigh, and of Dean‟s
       Yard, Westminster, co. Middlesex, clerk;
2.     Owen Jones Ellis Nanney of Gwynfryn, co. Carnarvon, esq.
DISCLAIMER as to the real estate of Richard Edwards late of Nanhoron, deceased.
Draft.

805.
1841.
1.     Richard Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoran, co. Carnarvon.
2.     Annabella Lloyd Edwards and Catherine Wynne Edwards, spinsters, and John
       Priestly, esq., and Jane, his wife, all of Hirdrefaig, co. Anglesey, and John
       Browning Edwards of Coedhelen, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
3.     The Rev. Howell Holland Edwards of Pennant, co. Denbigh, and of Deans
       Yard, co. Middlesex, clerk, and Owen Jones Ellis Nanney of Gwynfryn, co.
       Carnarvon, esq.;
4.     John Thomas of Gwerthur, parish of Llangian, co. Carnarvon, gent.
EXCHANGE of messuages and lands in the parishes of Llanengan and Llangian, co.
Carnarvon.
Draft.

50.
1842, -----
1.      Richard Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoran, co. Carnarvon;
2.      Hannah Anthony of Wynches, parish of Much Hadham, co. Hertford, widow.
BOND of indemnity.
Draft.

340.
1842.
BUNDLE of papers relating to the suit of Thomas Parry of Tycorniog, parish of
Llannor, co. Carnarvon, mariner, owner of twelve sixty fourth parts of a vessel called
„The British Queen‟, against the owners of the remaining fifty two sixty fourth parts.

699.
1843, May 12.
1.     Cyril Williams of Talcymerau, parish of Denio, co. Carnarvon, gent.;
2.     Henry Jones of the village and parish of Llangian, shop-keeper.
LEASE (counterpart) for 60 years of Llain y Bont in Llangian aforesaid.

338.
1844, Dec. 6.
1.     The Rev. Howell Holland Edwards of Pennant, co. Denbigh, and of Dean‟s
       Yard, Westminster, co. Middlesex, clerk.
2.     Owen Jones Ellis Nanney of Gwynfryn, co. Carnarvon, esq.
DISCLAIMER (draft) as to the real estate of Richard Edwards late of Nanhoron, esq.,
deceased, in cos. Carnarvon and Bedford.

787.
1845, April 19.
LETTER. J. Croft from Walbrook Buildings, to Thomas Ellis, solicitor, at Pwllheli,
concerning the estate of Griffith Thomas.

798.
1845, April 23.
LETTER. J. Croft from Walbrook Buildings, London, To Thomas Ellis, solicitor, at
Pwllheli, concerning the will of Griffith Thomas, deceased.

757.
1845, July 1.
STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS between Hugh Roberts and the Rev. John Owen for
the tithe rent charges of Llangian, Llanbedrog, and Llanfihangel Bachellaeth.

321.
1846.
a.    PARTICULARS of payments made by J.V. Horne, solicitor, Denbigh, on
      behalf of Brownlow Wynne Wynne, esq., sheriff of co. Denbigh;
b.    LETTER (copy), dated Oct. 15, 1846, from b. w. Wynne to Mr. Horne,
      enclosing a cheque for the amount contained in “a”;
c.    LETTER (copy), dated Nov. 22, 1844, from J. Vaughan Horne to Richard
      Lloyd Edwards, esq., of Nanhorran, Pwllheli, soliciting the office of under-
      sheriff of co. Denbigh.

536.
1846, May 4.
1.     Hugh Edwards of Cefndu, Llaniestyn, co. Carnarvon, farmer, and Anne, his
       wife;
2.     Evan Williams of Foxhole, Llanbedrog, co. Carnarvon, labourer;
3.     Thomas Williams of Dwylan, Llanengan, co. Carnarvon, surgeon;
4.     Evan Thomas of Pwllheli, surgeon.
RELEASE of Rhydygwychiad and Tyn’rardd, parish of Llangian, co. Carnarvon.

281.
1846, May 9.
1.     Richard Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoron, esq., Hugh Williams of --- esq., Sir
       Charles Wager Watson of Wraitting Park, co. Cambridge, and Henry
       Kingscote of Abchurch Lane, London, broker;
2.     John Lloyd Wynne the elder of Coed Coch, co. Denbigh, esq;
3.     The Chester and Holyhead Railway Company.
CONVEYANCE (draft) of lands in Llysfaen, co. Carnarvon.
Copy.

318
1846, Aug. 13.
PARTICULARS of the sale of Ynyswaelod and Ynyswen, parish of Llandrygarn, co.
Anglesea.

956.
1846, Aug. 19.
PARTICULARS of the sale of the Bodegroes Estate in the parishes of Llannor,
Abereirch, and Bryncroes, and in the town of Pwllheli, co. Carnarvon.
Printed.

300.
1847, Feb. 4.
WARRANT appointing Richard Lloyd Edwards of Bronhaulog, Abergele, esq., to be
sheriff of co. Denbigh.

952.
1847, Feb. 20.
LETTER: James Hamden from Harrybrook, to Thomas Ellis, solicitor, Pwllheli. Is in
receipt of his order for £387.16s.3d. The affair originated in a mistake on Mr. Lloyd
Edwards‟s part. Will write after the Armagh Assizes.

953.
1847, March 9.
LETTER: James Hamden from Harrybrook, to Thos. Ellis, solicitor, Pwllheli,
discussing the matter specified in No. 952.

954
1847, March 25.
LETTER: James Hamden from Harrybrook, to Thos. Ellis, solicitor, Pwllheli,
discussing the matter specified in No. 953.

583.
1847, Oct. 9.
SCHEDULE of deeds relating to Bronheylog, co. Denbigh, 1699-1831.

532.
1847, Nov. 20.
1.     Richard Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Gustavus William Blanch of 3 Albion place, Blackfriars Road, co. Surrey,
       surgeon, David Lloyd Williams of Edwards Square, Kensington, London,
       James Truscott late of 9 Colchoot terrace, now of 31 Hemingford Villas, West
       Barnsbury, London, John Mackillop of Sparling Street Liverpool, and William
       Shearman of 98, Market Street, Manchester, gentlemen.
LEASE of minerals on Monachdy, Gadair, and Lodge in the parish of
Llanfairynghornwy, co. Anglesey.

756.
1848, April 13.
DRAFT INSTRUCTIONS for a disentailing deed under the marriage settlement of
Richard Lloyd Edwards, esq.

783.
1848, April 13.
DUPLICATE of No. 756.

524.
1848, May 5.
1.     Richard Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq., and Mary, his wife;
2.     John Priestly formerly of Trefan, co. Carnarvon, now of Hirdrefaig, co.
       Anglesey, esq.;
3.     Simon Yorke of Erthig, and John Lloyd Wynne the younger of Coed Coch,
       co. Denbigh, esquires.
SETTLEMENT (draft) of the Nanhoron estate in cos. Anglesey, Carnarvon, and
Denbigh.

500.
1848, May 5.
CERTIFICATE of the acknowledgment by Mary, the wife of Richard Lloyd
Edwards, of No. 534, in accordance with the Fines and Recoveries Act. With the
affidavit of Thomas Ellis of Pwllheli, gent., relating thereto.
Drafts.

329.
1848, May 5.
1.     Richard Lloyd Edwards;
2.     Simon Yorke and John Lloyd Wynne.
CONFIRMATION of a settlement of a sum of £6,000 made on the marriage of “1”
and Mary, his wife.
Draft.

499.
1848, Sept. 2.
DRAFT of No. 530.

530.
1848, Sept. 2.
1.     William Roberts of Parkiau otherwise Parkiau Chwain, parish of Llangian, co.
       Carnarvon, yeoman;
2.     Richard Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.
RELEASE of Parkiau otherise known as Parkiau Chwain aforesaid.

581.
1849, Feb. 9.
SCHEDULE OF DEEDS delivered by Richard Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoron to
Thomas Owen of Plas Penmynydd, co, Anglesey, esq.

857.
1849, March 21.
LETTER. [Lord] Fitzroy Somerset from the Horse Guards to Sir R. Williams
Bulkley, bart., M.P., informing him of the necessity for candidates for an ensigncy to
have had a good liberal education, and enclosing a syllabus of the examination.

961.
1850, Sep – Oct.
PAPERS relating to the appeal of Richard Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoron, esq., against
the assessments of the relief for the poor of the parish of Llangian.

741.
1850, ----
1.      Richard Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.      Smith Philips Robinson of Spring Gardens, Manchester, Lancashire, agent for
        the Scottish Union Assurance Office, Samuel Lees of Marsden Street,
        Manchester aforesaid, gasfitter, John Macball of Manchester aforesaid,
        merchant.
LEASE (unexecuted) for the mines of Monachdy, Cadair and Lodge in the parish of
Llanfairynghornwy.

770.
185-, -----
1.      Richard Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.      William Jones of Llanfair, shopkeeper, Thomas Jones of Dolhaiarn, farmer,
        Ellis Roberts of Llanfair, shopkeeper, William Owen of Bronhaulog, farmer,
        Humphrey Humphreys of Black Lion, Llanfair, --- and Ellis Powell of Rhyd,
        shopkeeper.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT for the lease of minerals in Tynddol Mine, parish of
Llanfairtalhaiarn.
Draft. (incomplete).

902.
1851, Nov. 4.
LETTER [Lord] Fitzroy Somerset from the House Guards, to Lloyd R. Edwards, esq.,
concerning a Lieutenancy in the 23rd Fusiliers.

852.
1851, Nov. 13.
LETTER. [Lord] Fitzroy Somerset from the Horse Guards to Richard Lloyd Edwards
at Nanhoron, informing him of his failure in his military examination in history and
geography.

853.
1851, Nov. 17.
LETTER [Lord] Fitzroy Somerset from the Horse Guards to Richard Lloyd Edwards
at Nanhoron, informing him that he cannot proceed to Sandhurst on December 2.

851.
1851, Dec. 22.
LETTER. [Lord] Fitzroy Somerset from the horse Guards to Richard Lloyd Edwards
at Nanhoron desiring his attendance at the office of the Governor of the Royal
Military College to undergo an examination for the purchase of an ensigncy.

858.
1851, Dec. 22.
COPY of No. 851.

854.
1852, Jan. 12.
LETTER. [Lord] Fitzroy Somerset from the Horse Guards to Richard Lloyd Edwards
at Nanhoron, informing him that he has been accepted for an ensigncy.

166.
1852, Feb. 13.
LETTER. Charles Wilkin, solicitor for the Receiver General for Wales, to Richard
Lloyd Edwards, to Richard Lloyd Edwards at Nanhoron, with a demand for crown
rents due from lands in the parish of Llanfairdolhaiarn.

503.
1852, Feb. 16.
MEMORANDUM of the appointment of new trustees of the Independent Chapel in
Nevin, co. Carnarvon.

167.
1852, Feb. 26.
LETTER. S. Pugh from the District Bank, Pwllheli, to R[ichard] Lloyd Edwards,
applying on behalf of H.M. Commissioners of Woods and Forests for rent due to the
crown from property in Pwllheli.

168-9.
1852, Feb. 27.
RECEIPTS for crown rents due from Richard Lloyd Edwards.

976.
1852, April 27.
LETTER. Thomas Ellis from Pwllheli, to R. Ll. Edwards, covering deeds relating to
Gwerthyr, etc.

476.
1853, March 5.
1.     William Griffith late of Penrhos, now of Cefn y Cappel, parish of Llangian,
       co. Carnarvon, labourer;
2.     Laura, the wife of the said William Griffith;
3.     Richard Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoron, esq.
RELEASE of Cornwall, parish of Llangian, being the property specified in Nos. 472-
3.

498.
1853, Dec. 1.
1.     Hugh Morris, William Jones, and Robert Jones, all of Pwllheli, co. Carnarvon,
       ship carpenters;
2.     Edwards Jones of the same, master mariner and shipowner.
AGREEMENT to build a ship at Morfa Mawr near Pwllheli.

477.
1854, April 5.
CERTIFICATE of the acknowledgement by Laura, the wife of William Griffith, of
No. 476, in accordance with the Fines and Recoveries Act.

741.
1854, March 15.
1.     Hugh Edwards;
2.     John Sayers.
NOTICE TO QUIT Tynewydd, parish of Llangian, co. Carnarvon.

909.
1855, Oct. 5.
LETTER. J.L. Purdey from the War Office, to R.L. Edwards, esq. concerning money
due to the estate of the late Captain R.L. Edwards.

856.
1855, Oct. 9.
LETTER. Messrs Cox and Co. from Craig court to Richard Lloyd Edwards,
acknowledging the receipt of a letter enclosing a draft for £35 on Messrs Robarts,
Curtis and Co.

910.
1855, Dec. 5.
LETTER. H.R. Dreury from the War Office, to Lloyd Edwards, esq., enclosing Form
No. 11.
962.
1855, Dec. 24.
LETTER. W. Jones, for Jones and Blaxland, from Crasly Square, to Thos. Ellis, esq.,
at Pwllheli, touching an action for damages between Prichard and Edwards.

963.
[18]55, Dec. 27.
LETTER. John Morgan from Carnarvon, to Thos Ellis, esq., at Pwllheli, concerning
Mr. Lloyd Edwards‟s investment of £6,000 in Consols. With an account relating
thereto.

906.
1856, March 24.
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION of the estate of Richard Lloyd Edwards, late a
Captain in Her Majesty‟s 68th Regiment of foot in the Crimea, bachelor, deceased.

905.
1856, March 31.
LETTER. Thos. Ellis from Pwllheli, to R. Lloyd Edwards, esq., concerning the
administration of the effects of the late Captain Edwards.

913.
1856, April 3.
LETTER. Messrs Cox & Co., from Craigs Court, to Richard L. Edwards, esq.,
concerning money due to the estate of the late Captain R.L. Edwards.

908.
1856, April 4.
LETTER. Messrs Jenner & Co. to Thomas Ellis, esq., concerning a letter to Mr.
Edwards.

855.
1856, April 9.
LETTER. John Minedy from the War Department to Thomas Ellis at Pwllheli,
informing him that Regimental Agents, Messrs Cox and Co., have been instructed to
pay the balance of the account of the late Capt. Edwards to his father, Richard Lloyd
Edwards.

870.
1856, April 11.
Bill of expenses of obtaining letters of administration.

170.
1856, July-Aug.
Bill of R.F. and M. Lowe, solicitors, to Thomas Ellis.
171.
1856, Aug. 13.
LETTER. Richard Lloyd Edwards to Messrs R.M. and F. Lowe, solicitors for the
trustees of the late Marquis of Anglesey‟s will, giving up 25/- chief rent payable out
of Plas issa, Carnarvon.
Copy.

172.
1856, Dec. 9.
DECLARATION by the trustees acting under the will of the late Richard Lloyd
Edwards, touching the cessation of payment of 20/- chief rent issuing out of
Rhydywygir, Anglesey.

901.
1857, July 28.
LETTER. Ch[arles] Trevor from the Inland Revenue Office, to Richard Lloyd
Edwards, esq., concerning the payment of duties.

907.
1857, Aug. 5.
RETURN of the residuary account of the estate of Richard Lloyd Edwards, late a
captain in Her Majesty‟s 68th Regiment of Foot in the Crimea, deceased.

769.
1865, (Sept. 7) – 1870 (Oct. 27)
COUNTERFOILS of a cheque-book.

405.
1866, Aug. 6.
1.     Richard Lloyd Edwards of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq.;
2.     Francis Owen of 7 Seymour Street, Tranmere, co. Chester, esq.
LEASE (counterpart) for 21 years of minerals in lands called Gadair being part of
Monachdy, parish of Llanfairynghornwy, co. Anglesey. Appended is a plan of the
above property.

948.
1867, Feb. 11.
LIST of documents left at Nanhoron.

584.
N.D.
ABSTRACT OF TITLE of the Rev. John Pryce, clerk, to an estate in co. Carnarvon,
1679-1801.

326.
DUPLICATE OF No. 584.

100
N.D.
SCHEDULE of deeds relating to Bryn Moylin in the parish of Llannor, 1703-1741.

51.
N.D.
ABSTRACT OF TITLE of David Jones, esq., and Margaret, his wife, and Thomas
Lewis, esq., and Mary, his wife, to several tenements in co. Carnarvon, 1759-1782.

753.
N.D.
ABSTRACT OF TITLE of the Rev. Howell Holland Edwards of Pennant, co.
Denbigh and of Dean‟s Yard, Westminster, co. Middlesex, clerk, and Owen Jones
Ellis Naney of Gwynfryn, co. Carnarvon, esq., trustees appointed under the will of
Richard Edwards late of Nanhoron, co. Carnarvon, esq., to property in the parish of
Llangian, co. Carnarvon, 1762-1831.

462.
N.D.
ABSTRACT OF TITLE of Mr. Hugh Griffith [of Carnarvon] to Melin Dinas, [parish
of Llaniestyn], 1776-1831.
All of the title deeds are listed in this collection.

525.
N.D.
ABSTRACT OF TITLE of Richard Lloyd Edwards, esq., to a certain estate called
Saethon, situate in co. Carnarvon, 1801-1868.

918.
N.D.
ACCOUNT of iron, and of butter weighed at Gelliwig and Tynycoed.

929.
N.D.
ACCOUNT of goods purchased by Mrs. Col. Jones by private contract.

781.
N.D.
ACCOUNT of Bronahaulog Mine.

782.
N.D.
ACCOUNT of Tynddol and Bronhaulog Mines, parish of Llanfairtalhaian.
944.
N.D.
ACCOUNT of the estates which were not included in the settlement of Colonel Jones
in Clynnog and Llaniestyn.

211.
N.D. [later than Dec. 1783]
CASE touching the possession of a house and garden in the parish of Dyneio,
Pwllhely, co. Carnarvon.

649.
N.D.
CASE of John Jones and Jane his wife, with the opinion of Counsell thereon.

940.
N.D.
CATALOGUE of the furniture and paintings in the chambers of Mr. William Jones in
London.

941.
N.D.
INVENTORY of articles bought at Gelliweg sale by the late Owen Anthony Poole,
esq.

811.
N.D.
LETTER. A. Burt from Tyn y Cae to [Colonel Edwards] concerning an agreement
and manganese ore.

951.
N.D.
LETTER. R. E[dwards] to John Ellis, esq., at Pwllheli, suggesting the addition of a
number of names to those requested to attend at Llangian.

202.
N.D.
LETTER. W. Lloyd Edwards, from Nanhoron, to -----, covering a letter which cannot
now be identified.

1110.
N.D.
LETTER. Mrs. [A.M.] Jones to MR. Painter at Wrexham, concerning his account.

1057.
N.D.
LETTER. William Roberts from Carnarvon, to Colonel Edwards at Nanhoron,
concerning election propaganda.

931.
N.D.
LETTER. Robert Roberts of Pwllheli, to Col. Edwards of Nanhoron, concerning
certain duties.

1053.
N.D.
LETTER. T. Assheton Smith from Carnarvon, to Col. [Edwards at Nanhoron,]
touching a Carnarvonshire parliamentary election.

1055.
---- July 8.
LETTER. T. Assheton Smith from Vaenol to [Col. Edwards?], informing him that he
can only answer for those who are paid agents, and that he expects Mr. C. Wynne
tomorrow.

1051.
---- Feb. 10
LETTER. William J. Waters to [Col. Edwards at Nanhoron?], informing him that
Miss Jane Edwards‟s health is considerably better.

118.
N.D. [early 16th century].
LETTER. [W. Williams] to [the Rev. Thomas Holand at Erthig, near Wrexham],
reporting an assignment of a bond.

945.
N.D.
LIST of sums of money paid by Col. Edwards of Nanhoron on account of the estate
of the late Col. Jones of Gelliwig.

786.
N.D.
MEMORANDUM of lands to be given to Mr. Lloyd Edwards in exchange for Caedu
in Llanengan.

701.
N.D.
NOTE of expenses at a sheriff‟s ordinary.

614.
N.D.
NOTE of lands sold to the Rev. Mr. Harris, dissenting minister, Richard Jones, John
Griffith, and William Jones.

244.
N.D.
PEDIGREE of the Vaughan family [of Bronheulog.]

294.
N.D.
PLAN of Rhoswerthyr otherwise Tyddyn Robin, near Nanhoron.

964.
N.D.
PLAN of Tycoch Estate in the parishes of Llanfihangel Bachellaeth, Llanbeblig,
Llaniestyn, Llangwnadl, and Aberdaron, co. Carnarvon, and Newborough, co.
Anglesey.

943.
N.D.
PROSPECTUS of an establishment for general, systematic, and liberal education to
be opened near London.

NEWSPAPERS

972.
1852, Jan. 24.
ISSUE of United Service Gazette.

1058.
1853, Aug. 13.
SUPPLEMENT to the Carnarvon and Denbigh Herald, containing an account of the
celebrations of the coming-of-age of R.Lloyd Edwards, esq., of Nanhoron.

966.
1854, Oct. 8.
ISSUE of The London Gazette, giving news of developments in the Crimean War.

970.
1854, Oct. 14.
ISSUE of Naval and Military Gazette giving an account of the Battle of the Alma.

967.
1854, Nov. 5.
ISSUE of The London Gazette.

292.
1854, Nov. 11.
ISSUE of The London Gazette.

968.
1854, Nov. 16.
ISSUE of The London Gazette.

971.
1854, Nov. 18.
ISSUE of Naval and Military Gazette, giving an account of the siege of Sebastopol
and the attack on Balaklava.

969.
1854, Nov. 22.
ISSUE of The London Gazette.

								
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