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Reference No / Rhif CyfeirnodB/D/ACA/1/194
Title / TeitlSettlement (copy)
1. Sackville Gwynne of Glanbrane, co.Carm., esq.; Catherine, his wife
2. Hugh Evans of Llandilo-Vawr, co. Carm., gent.
3. Henry Scourfield of Moat, co. Pemb., esq.
4. Francis Skyrme of Llawhaden, co. Pemb., esq.
Conveying uses to 2. of deer park and cap. m. etc. called Glanbrane; ms. etc. called Tyr troed yr Rhue (Edward John); Mellingitto (Rees Lewhelin), Pentre Tywyn (Howell David), Ceven gwr Lleanc (Thomas Jones), Strodreu, Lletherhyr and Pentwyen (Rees Thomas), Keven hurrin isha (Rees Thomas), Keven hurring ycha (Evan David), Kevenpale, Disiog-Vach and Penylan (Griffith William), Pant yr Rhedin (Roderick Thomas), Abercrychan (Evan Jones), Hirgwm Genol, Clygwawr and Cwm-cabach (Rees William Rees), Wenallt (William James), Glanycruchan (Rees Morgan), Penticol Keven y Esger (Rees William Richard), Coed Evan and Llwynybee (Richard Jones), Pantybrwnshon and Tyr y Garn (David Price), Bronvellen and Keven y llan (Walter Hugill), Cwm-crychan and Crugge (David Pryse), Pen y Park (Rees Prees), Rhydins vawr (David Jones), Pentre vach (Evan William), Bron y vellin (Isaac Jones), Troed yr Rhue (Evan Thomas), Gilvach (William James), Pentre-abach with other 'Spots' (Thomas Rees Powell), Dolegegg (Morgan Griffiths), Park y Avem (David Thomas); mill called Glanbrane Mill (William Williams); ms. etc. (of widowJulian), Cwmcoy (John Rees), Abamyddon Cot' (? cottage) and garden (James Rhytherch), Bedwhirion (Rees James), little mill and field (John Llewellin); Talgarth (widow of David Harry), Tyr y wern (Jane Jacob), Talgarth (Robert Haynes), Coed Llwyden (David Rees), Clyn y boidy (William Prees), Bwlch isha and Bwlch ycha (Thomas Pryse), Clynware, Llwyndwe and Carregwen (Thomas William) - all in p. Llanvair y bryn, co. Carm.
Ms. etc. called Garthoady and Tyr y Coly (John James), Pant y Glase (Rees Hugh), m. by Mr. Howarth's (John Newly), m. and garden in the Lower Street in Llandovery (William Lloyd), m. and garden by Landingat church (Griffith David), m. and garden by Llanfair y bryn church (William Richard), ms. etc. called Llanfair y bryn Lands, Whitehall House, stables and garden, Old Smith's House and garden, Kae yr Kerrig isha and Devolas Meadow by Rhyd y Cyre (Thomas Pryse); ms. and gardens by Llanfair y bryn church (John Price, Isaac Jones); Cae mawr (William Lloyd), Farmin Tellych (widow of Rees John Phillip), Brynmawr Lanes (William Lloyd), ms. Pantglace (Thomas and David Hopkin), Tyr Keven y Llan, Genval, -Tyr iddw, Nith and Tyr Goch (Walter Hugill); m. and garden in Llandovery (Elizabeth Williams); Keven tellech (John Rees) - all in ps. Llandingat and Llanfair y bryn, co. Carm.
Ms. etc. called Tyr y Court, part of m. Farmin Dyffryn (John Rees), Cwmdw and part of m. Dolegunnor (Evan Powell), Glantowy, Penalt, yr Rhythan (Gwenllian David), Merdybach (widow of Evan John), Blaen y cwm (William John), Tyr Goly Goed and Coed Cae (David Morgan Lewis), Rhandyrs by the village (Thomas Price), Black Cock (widow of John Richard Jones), Rhandyr (David Jones), Rhandyr adjoining Treman Lands and two Rhandyrs under the Cock (widow Jones), Penhill House (Rees David), Rhandyr fwrn and Rhandyr dan Cae'r deved (Thomas Rhytherch), Rhandyr by the village (widow of Morgan David), Gwaynyberllan (Rees Price), Allt yr Rhythin (John Griffiths) Rhoeded (Thomas Morgan) - all in p. Mothvey [Myddfai].
Ms. etc. called Cunillvach and Pen llwyn mawr (Thomas Lewis), part of Diffrin one Rhandyr and Dolegunnor (Evan Powell), Tyr man with (John Harry), Lantowy Isha (Thomas Lewis) - all in p. Llangadock [Llangadog], co. Carm.
Ms. etc. called Pentyr y penne (David Lewis), Nanteynon (John Lloyd), Tyr Howell (John William Jenkin), Talydrim (Evan Rees), Outlet of Talydrim (widow of William Evan), Garreg Llwyd (William David), Llwyn Inn (John Jones), Cryncae (William Harry) - all in p. Llanthoisant [Llanddeusant], co. Carm.
Ms. etc. called Park y llan, Cae neyadd, Carp skybor, Wayn Lasby and Dwylas Side (Rees David, Harry Zacharias), p. Llanihanell vach Cilargen [Llanfihangel Cilfargen], co. Carm.
Declaration of uses.
Date / Dyddiad17 Aug 1774
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