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Solicitors Deposits - Amphlett Lewis and Evans

ACC. 454

Ref: D/AL

Deposited in the Cardiganshire Record Office by

Amphlett Lewis and Evans, 4 Bridge Street, Llandysul, llth July 1984


Note: The numbers in square brackets indicate the original file reference.

BOX 1

1. [2] (1) Abstract of title of William Henry Webley Parry, esq. , and

William Henry Webley Parry, esq. , junior, to certain estates

in Cardiganshire (1711 - 1826)
(2)

(3)
Lease and release

1. John Gwynne of the county and borough of Carmarthen, gent.;

William Henry Webley Parry the elder, of Noyaddtrefawr,

esq.; and William Henry Webley Parry the younger, of

Noyaddtrefawr

2. Samuel Samuel, als Samuel Davies, of Panteynon, pa. Brongwyn,

farmer, and Lewis Lloyd of Penalltybye, pa. Llandugwidd,

farmer

Premises: the messuage called Panteynon with its appurtenances

situate in the parish of Brongwyn and Bettws Evan

19th - 2Oth June 1827
(4) Bond of indemnity

William Henry Webley Parry the elder, esq., and William Henry

Webley Parry the younger, to Samuel Samuel als Samuel Davies,

for E7,OOO, for the protection of the estate known as Panteynon

2Oth June 1827
(5) Mortgage

1. Samuel Samuel, als Samuel Davies of Panteynon, pa. Brongwyn,

farmer

2. Lewis Lloyd of Penalltybie, pa. Llandugwydd, farmer

3. Hannah Harries, late of Penybuarth, pa. Kennarth, co.

Carmarthen but now of Panteynon, widow

Consideration: £1,OOO
(6) Premises: the messuage called Panteynon, pa. Brongwyn

Probate of will of Samuel Davies of Panteinon, pa. Brongwyn,

dated 25th May 1867, and proved 14th June 187O
(7) Lease

1. David Davies of Aberceri, co. Cardigan, gent.

2. David Jones of Blaenffynon, farm bailiff

Premises: the messuage known as Blaenffynon, pa. Brongwyn

25th August 1888
(8) Probate of the will of David Davies of Aberceri, made

13th January 1887, and proved 9th March 1894



1. [2] (9) Lease

1. David Samuel Davies of 6O Oakfield Road, Clifton,

Bristol, doctor of medicine, and Nicholas Gyde Heaven of

9 John Street, Bristol, solicitor

2. Harriet Susan Davies of Aberceri, pa. Brongwyn, widow

3. Sarah Heaven, wife of Nicholas Heaven

4. the said David Samuel Davies

5. David Jones of Blaenffynon, pa. Brongwyn, farm bailiff,

the lessee

Premises: the field called Parkyrherberuchaf, pa. Brongwyn; the

small piece of ground with the duck pond lying opposite Blaenffynon;

both of these being part of the farm called Panteinon

20th March 1896

(1O) Mortgage

1. Sarah Heaven, wife of Nicholas Gyde Heaven of 6 York

Place, Clifton, gent., mortgagor

2. James Clarence Smith of 1-3 St. Augustines Place, Bristol,

mortgagee

Premises: Panteinon, Blaenffynon, Groesffordd, Cruglas, Gaer,

Pantgwyn, Aberceri, 2 Queen Square, Bristol

29th June 1914

(11) Transfer of mortgage

1. James Clarence Smith of 1-3 St. Augustine's Place, Bristol,

manufacturer, "the transferror"

2. Sarah Heaven, wife of Nicholas Gyde Heaven, "the borrower"

3. David Samuel Davies of 6 Lansdown Place, Bristol, M.D.,

"the mortgagee"

Premises: as (1O)

28th May 1915

(12) Supplementary abstract of title to Aberceri, Newcastle Emlyn

1918

1. [2] (9) Lease

1. David Samuel Davies of 6O Oakfield Road, Clifton,

Bristol, doctor of medicine, and Nicholas Gyde Heaven of

9 John Street, Bristol, solicitor

2. Harriet Susan Davies of Aberceri, pa. Brongwyn, widow

3. Sarah Heaven, wife of Nicholas Heaven

4. the said David Samuel Davies

5. David Jones of Blaenffynon, pa. Brongwyn, farm bailiff,

the lessee

Premises: the field called Parkyrherberuchaf , pa. Brongwyn; the

small piece of ground with the duck pond lying opposite Blaenffynon;

both of these being part of the farm called Panteinon

20th March 1896
(10) Mortgage

1. Sarah Heaven, wife of Nicholas Gyde Heaven of 6 York

Place, Clifton, gent., mortgagor

2. James Clarence Smith of 1-3 St. Augustines Place, Bristol,

mortgagee

Premises: Panteinon, Blaenffynon, Groesffordd, Cruglas, Gaer,

Pantgwyn, Aberceri, 2 Queen Square, Bristol

29th June 1914
(11) Transfer of mortgage

1. James Clarence Smith of 1-3 St. Augustine's Place, Bristol,

manufacturer, "the transf error"

2. Sarah Heaven, wife of Nicholas Gyde Heaven, "the borrower"

3. David Samuel Davies of 6 Lansdown Place, Bristol, M.D. ,

"the mortgagee"

Premises: as (1O)

28th May 1915
(12) Supplementary abstract of title to Aberceri, Newcastle Emlyn

1918
2. [3] (1) Papers relating to claim re Erwanfawr, pa. Llangranog

1911 - 1912
BOX :2

3.


[10]


(1)


Copy will of Edward Edwards of Llanarth, clerk in holy orders,

made 3rd November 1883



3. [10] (2) Account of the succession in real property of Ann Jones,

upon the death of Edward Edwards

Premises: the farm called Rhydyferwig; two fields called Pantroyan

and Caerhydwhyed , situate in the parish of Llanllwchaiarn;

three fields called Caebwlchyclos, Caecanol and Caefinlon,

formerly part of Rhydyferwig; three other fields called

Caellwyndyuchaf , Caellwyndycanol and Coedwhol, formerly part of

Rhydyferwig; a cottage called Rhydyferwig; a freehold farm called

Ffynongynnen; a freehold farm called Pwllybadill
(3) Account of the succession in real property of Thomas Edwards,

upon the death of Edward Edwards

Premises: the messuage called Pottre in the parish of Llanllwchaiarn
(4) Account of the succession in real property of Thomas Edwards, upon

the death of Thomas Edwards, 1892

Premises: the farm called Waunyrefail als Gwarefail in the parish

of Llanllwchaiarn; the farm called Pottre in the said parish
(5) Account of the succession in real property of Margaret Thomas,

Elizabeth Davies, Mary Rees, Anne Jenkins, Hannah Edwards, Martha

Rees, Eleanor Evans and Thomas Edwards, upon the death of Thomas

Edwards, 1892

Premises: No.l High Street, New Quay; No. 2 High Street, New Quay;

No. 3 High Street, New Quay,- No.l Church Street, New Quay;

No. 2 High Street, New Quay
(6) Sale notice, 13th July 1892

Premises: Gilfach House, pa. Llanarfcn; Gilfach, pa. Llanarth;

Cae Bariwns and Caegwair, pa. Llanarth; Ffynongynen, pa.

Llanllwchaiarn
(7) Conveyance

1. Edward Jones of Llaethliw pa. Henfynyw, farmer

2. Ann Jones of Rhydyferwig, pa. Llanllwchaiarn, spinster

3. Thomas Edwards of Waunrefel

Premises: the messuage called Ffynonunnen, pa. Llanllwchaiarn

13th October 1892
(8) Acknowledgement of right to production of deeds

1. Thomas Edwards

2. Ann Jones

(with draft of same) lOth May 1893
(9) Particulars and conditions of sale of the freehold farm of Pottre,

pa. Llanllwchaiarn, 1927
(10) Correspondence

4. [13] (1) Will of David Davies of Bronhudden, farmer, made 8th May 1866,

proved 6th April 1868
(2) Accounts of the personal estate of David Davies of Bronhudden,

deed. 1868
(3) Agreement

1. David Davies of Clyngwyn, pa. Cilrhedyn, co. Pembs, farmer

2. Dinah Davies of Bronhudden, pa. Penboyr, co. Carmarthen,

widow

3. Samuel Davies and Benjamin Davies of Bronhudden, farmers

4. John Davies of Penrhiwllan, pa. Llanfairorllwyn, shopkeeper

Grant by 1. to 2., as executrix of David Davies late of

Bronhudden, dec'd. of all his share in the estate of the said

David Davies

15th June 1876 (with draft)
(4) Notice to quit the messuage called Pengwernganol , pa. Cenarth

20th September 1898
(5) Correspondence concerning Penrallt, 19O2
(6) Schedule of the deeds of Penrallt, pa. Llandyssiliogogo, June 19O2
(7) Transfer of securities

1. Samuel Davies and Benjamin Davies of Bronhydden, pa. Penboyr

2. Richard Macaulay Thomas of Carmarthen, solicitor

2Oth June 19O2
(8) Schedule of deeds relating to Penrallt, pa. Llandyssiliogog0

1st July 1902
(9) Application by James Davies for grant of probate of the will of

John Davies of Llangeler, farmer, dec'd 4th May 1914
(10) Application by Benjamin Davies for grant of probate of the will of

Samuel Davies of Bronhudden , dec'd 22nd May 1914
(11) Probate will of Samuel Davies of Bronhydden, dec'd. 29th May 1914
(12) Income tax papers, 1916
(13) Papers relating to the effects of Samuel Davies
5. [16] (1) Abstract of title of Evan Jones, esq. , of Manoravon, co. Carmarthen,

to certain freehold properties in the parishes of Newcastle Emlyn,

Cenarth and Cilrhedin

1908
(2) Reconveyance (draft)

1. Evan Jones, esq.

2 . Enoch Evans

Premises: a farm called Pantygwenith , pa. Llanfairtreflygen

2nd May 1911



5. [16] (3) Mortgage (draft)

1. Enoch Evans

2. David Thomas

Premises: as (2)

1911
(4) Probate documents: James Thomas of Apothecaries Hall, Newcastle

Emlyn, dec'd. 1913
6. [20] (1) Draft papers re William Jones, deed., (Talgarth and Rhydypentre)

1911
BOX 3
7. [200] (1) Marriage settlement

1. Jane Elizabeth Hughes of Parkneuadd, pa. Ciliau Aeron,

spinster

2. Rev. William Powell of Trevillan, elk.

3. David Hughes of the Kent County Asylum, and David Morgan of

Camnant pa. Llandysul

2Oth February 1871
(2) Appointment of Trustees to (1)

1. Rev. William Powell of Newcastle Emlyn

2. Rev. Thomas Evans Hughes of East Heslerton, co. York and

Rev. Evan Hughes of Dingley Rectory, Market Harborough,

co. Leics.

1st December 19O3
(3) Surrender

1. Rev. William Powell

2. Elizabeth Cecilia Powell and Adelaide Maud Powell

The sum of E1OOO

18th August 19O4
(4) Various probate documents of William Powell (d.1913)
(5) Documents relating to the conveyance between Elizabeth Cecilia

Powell of Leighside Leigh Woods, Bristol, spinster, and Adelaide

Maud Langley of Llandyssiliogogo (vendors) and Jenkyn Davies, of

Tyhen, pa. Llandyssiliogogo

c.1921

BOX 4

8. [211] (1) Probate will of David Evans of Havod, pa. Verwick, farmer, made

12th September 184O, proved 22nd May 1846

(Missing 9.5.2000)

8. [211] - (2) Conveyance

1. Rev. John Gower Jenkins of Hartlepool, co. Durham

2. Thomas Windsor of Cardigan, gent.

3. John Heyward Jenkins of Crosswood, co. Montgomery,

esq. and Richard David Jenkins of Cardigan, gent.

4. John Evans, Thomas Evans and Owen Evans, all of

Havod

Premises: the messuage known as Trecevenganol , pas. Verwick

and Mount

10th March 1854
(3) Copy will of Thomas Evans of Trecefenganol, pa. Verwick

25th February 1868
(4) Conveyance

1. Owen Evans of Bolafron, pa. Verwick

2. John Evans of Dyffryn pa. Blaenporth, farmer

Premises: the property known as Trecevenganol

21st June 1878
(5) Account of the succession of real property of John Evans of

Trefaesfawr, Beulah, Newcastle Emlyn, on the death of Olwen

Evans, 1888
9. [251] (1) Marriage settlement

1. John Hugh of pa. Llandissillio, gent, and David John of

Llanrhystyd, son of John Hugh

2. Griffith Harry of pa. Llannarth, yeoman

3. John Lewis of Llandissillio and Lewis Pugh of

Llanllwchaiarne, gent., respecting the marriage of John David,

grandson and son of (1) and Eleanor, daughter of (2)

Premises: a messuage called Llwyn Henwas, pa. Llandissilio; a

messuage called Tyr Cern, pa. Llanllwchaiarne

13th November 17O2
(2)

(3)
Lease and release

1. Rev. David Jones of Aberporth and Cicel his wife

2. George Price of Rhydycolomenod, esq., and Leonard Jones of

Carnarvon, gent.

Premises: the messuage called Llwyn Henwas, pa. Llandissilio; the

messuage called Tyr Carne Ivod, pa. Llanllwchaiarne

29th - 30th October 1756
(4)

(5)
Lease and Release

1. Rev. John Jones of Aberporth, clk.

2. John Bowen of Cardigan, gent.

Premises: as (2) -(3)

2nd - 3rd August 179O

9. [251] (6) Exemplification of Recovery

1. Thomas Johnes, esq.

2. John Bowen, gent.

Premises: six messuages, eight cottages, eight gardens, six

stables, eight orchards, 6OO acres of land, 6O acres of meadow,

1OO acres of pasture, 6O acres of wood, etc., in the parishes

of Llandissiliogogo and Llanllwchaiarne

20th August 1796
(7) Lease

1. Anne Jones of Penmar, pa. Aberporth, widow

2. Daniel David of Llwynhenwas, pa. Llandissiliogogo, yeoman

Premises: the messuage called Llwynhenwas

24th December 1796
(8) Mortgage

1. Walter David Jones of Haverfordwest, doctor of medicine

2. Rev. James Summers of St. Petroc

Premises: as (2) - (3)

23rd September 1819
(9) Bond as collateral security for (8)

23rd September 1819
(10) Particulars and conditions of sale of freehold estates for sale

by auction 3rd July 1874
(11) Conveyance as security for payment of creditors

1. John Owen of Cilie, pa. Llandissiliogogo, farmer

2 . James Parry Owen of the same , son of John Owen

3. John Parry of Fynnonlefrith, gent.

Premises: the messuage called Llwynhenwas, in the pa. of

Llandissiliogogo; two cottages called Castell; the messuage called

Clynyrodyn in the pa. of Llandissiliogogo; the messuage called

Pwllwheel in the same parish

12th October 188O
(12) Conveyance

1. Judith Tyler of Mount Gernos, widow, and Gwinnett George

Tyler of the same, esq.

2. Mary Griffiths of Llwyndafydd Post Office, pa. Llandyssilio-

gogo , widow

3. John Griffiths of the same

Premises: a parcel of land called Cnwc Cottage, in the pa. of

Llandyssiliogogo

31st October 1887
(13) copy of (12)

9. [251] (14) Sale catalogue for the public auction of the Tyrgwyn and

Cwmcynnon Estates, 9th August 1894
(15) Conveyance

1. Judith Tyler of Mount Gernos, widow, and Gwinnett George

Tyler of the same, esq.

2 . John Griffiths of Llwyndafydd

Premises: the messuage called Ffynnonberw with the adjoining

enclosures known as Rhos Isaf and Rhos Uchaf , formerly part of

the farm of Cwmcynnon; the field called Parkdanffordd,

formerly part of the farm of Tyrgwyn. All these premises are

situate in the parish of Llandissiliogogo

15th January 1895
(16) Copy of (15)
(17) Probate of the will of Thomas Davies of Caerllan, pa.

Llandyssiliogogo, farmer, made 4th April 1895, proved

28th February 1896
(18) Requisitions on title to Parcdanyffordd and Cnwc, pa.

Llandyssiliogogo 1929
(19) Abstract of title of same, 1929
BOX 5
10 [271] (1) Jones v. Kensit

Copy order confirming compromise of suit

16th June 1874
(2) Abstract of the title of David Thomas, esq., to freehold estates

in the county of Cardigan devised by the will of Jenkin Beynon,esq. ,

dec'd.

1874
(3) Abstract of the title of David Thomas, esq., to freehold estates

in the county of Cardigan devised by the will of Jenkin Beynon,

esq. , dec'd.

1874
(4) Abstract of the reconveyance from Rev. C. J. P. Eyre and others to

David Thomas, esq., of hereditaments in the parishes of

Llannwchaeron , Henfeniw, Llanllwchaiarn, Llandissiliogogo,

Llangranhog,Ciliau Aeron, Dihewyd and Llanfihangel Ystrad

1874



10. [271] (5) Conveyance

1. David Thomas of Llanfair, pa. Llandyssul

2. Thomas Davies of Caerllan, pa. Llandyssiliogogo

Premises: the messuage called Penlonlas, pa. Llangrannog

10th October 1874
(6) Covenant to produce deeds

1. Joshua Jones of No. 18 Market Street, Dowlais, pa. Merthyr

Tydfil

2. Thomas Davies of Caerllan, pa. Llandyssiliogogo

Premises: the messuage called Penlonlas, pa. Llangrannog

3Oth November 1874
(7) Covenant to produce deeds

1. David Thomas of Llanfair, pa. Llandyssul

2. Thomas Davies of Caerllan, pa. Llandyssiliogogo

Premises: the messuage called Penlonlas, pa. Llangrannog

llth December 1874
(8) Correspondence re deeds of Bwgan Park

1911
11. [283] (1) Lease

1. Sir Marteine Owen Mowbray Lloyd of Bronwydd, bart.

2. Daniel Evans of Cwrrws Cottage, pa. Llandyfriog

Premises: the cottage called Penlon Cwrrws

28th July 19O8
(2) Copy of (1)
(3) Schedule of deeds: Cwrws Mill, 1919
(4) Copy of will of Daniel Evans, Cwrws Cottage, pa. Llandyfriog,

14th December 1925
(5) Probate documents of Daniel Evans, d. 9th May 1928
12. [306] (1) Morris v. Morris, 1924
BOX 6

13.


[307]


(1)


Abstract of the title of Herbert Vaughan of Brynog co. Cardigan,

esq. , to lands in pa. Llandyssul, 1898
(2) Supplemental abstract of title, 1898
(3) Requisitions on the title of Herbert Vaughan, esq., to lands known

as Caetwelly, held with the Wilkes Head Hotel, Llandyssul, 1898

13. [307] (4) Conveyance of the equity of redemption

1. John Lynn Thomas of Greenlawn Penlan, Cardiff

2. John Saunders Lewis, grocer, Mary Margaretta Lewis,

spinster, and Sarah Lewis, spinster, all of Ponttwelly

Stores, pa. Llangeler

Premises: the water corn grist mill in Lewis Street, Pontwelly;

the woollen factory known as Iwelly Factory and the dwellinghouse

called Iwelly Castle, in Lewis Street; mine cottages in Lewis

Street

16th May 1898
(5) Agreement for sale

1. Herbert Vaughan of Brynog, co. Cardigan

2. Mary Margaretta Lewis, spinster, John Saunders Lewis and

Sarah Lewis, all of Pontwelly Stores, Llandyssul

Premises: all that field called Caetwelly, recently part of the

farm held with the Wilkes Head Hotel, Llandyssul, 2Oth July 1898
(6) Sale, as agreed in (5) 26th November 1898
(7) Schedule of deeds re Caetwelly

29th November 1898
(8) Mortgage

1. Mary Margaretta Lewis, spinster, John Saunders Lewis and

Sarah Lewis, all of Pontwelly Stores

2. John Davies of Fern Cottage, Newport, co. Pembroke,

master mariner, and Margaret Jane Davies his wife

Premises: as (5)

29th November 1898
(9) Abstract of the title of Herbert Vaughan of Brynog to certain lands

in co. Cardigan 19OO
(10) Mortgage

1. Mary Margaretta Lewis, spinster, John Saunders Lewis and

Sarah Lewis, all of Pontwelly Stores

2. Annie Rowlands of Glyncoed, Cardigan

Premises: as (5)

2nd November 19OO
(11) Lease

1. John Lewis, John Saunders Lewis and Sarah Lewis all of

Pontwelly Stores, Llandyssul

2. George Francis Lister and Charles Lister, both of Teify Mills

Llandyssul

Premises: Teify Mills, Pontwelly, Llandyssul

3Oth March 19O5

13. [307] (12) Reconveyance

1. Annie Welch, wife of Charles Henry Welch, of

61 Stevens Crescent, Totterdown nr . Bristol

2. John Lewis, merchant, John Saunders Lewis, merchant,

and Sarah Lewis, spinster, all of Pontwelly Stores

Premises: as (5)

19th June 19O6
(13) Transfer of mortgage

1. John Davies of Fern Cottage, Newport, and Margaret Jane

Davies his wife, "the transferors"

2. John Lewis, John Saunders Lewis and Sarah Lewis of Pontwelly

Stores, "the borrowers"

3. James Owen of Tivyview, St. Dogmaels, masters mariner, and

Sarah Elizabeth Owen, "the lenders"

Premises: as (5)

3rd May 1913
(14) Power of attorney to execute a transfer of mortgage

1. James Owen of Tivyview

2. Sarah Elizabeth Owen, his wife

31st December 1917
(15) Reconveyance

1. Thomas Evans late of Felindre-ganol, pa. Llanfyranch, now

of Cartrefle Glogue in the said parish, assistant overseer,

and Anna Evans, spinster

2 . Sarah Lewis of Pontwelly

Premises: the field called Caettwelly, pa. Llandyssul; the strip of

land adjoining; the meadow called Caegwair

2nd November 1922
(16) Schedule of deeds re Caetwelly, 1929
14. [357] (1) Leases of fishing rights in pa. Llandygwydd, 1931
15. [381] (1) Conveyance

1. Richard Jones of Lanclettwr, pa. Llandyssil

2. Evan Thomas of Penybailymaur, pa. Llangunllo

3. James Rees of Lookabout, pa. Llangunllo

Premises: the land called Parkpenrhiwllan; the garden called Park du

the land called Parkmain, all being part of the estate called

Nantgarranissa, pa. Llanfairorllwyn

13th October 1856

15. (2) Conveyance (attested copy)

1. Richard Jones of Lanclettwr, pa. Llandissil

2. Evan Thomas of Penybailymaur, pa. Llangunllo

3. James Rees of Lookabout, pa. Llangunllo

Premises: as (1)

5th June 1857
(3) Copy will of John Rees of Penlone, pa. Llanfairorllwyn, made

18th August 1919, proved lOth October 1919
(4) Conveyance

1. Benjamin Jones of Pwllcornol Uchaf, pa. Llanfair Orllwyn,

farmer; Thomas Thomas of Pontbach, pa. Llangunllo, farmer;

Evan Rees of No. 11 Woodlands Terrace, Swansea, merchant; John

Rees of Pengallt, pa. Llangunllo, farmer; Timothy Jones of

Pwllcornol Uchaf, and 13 others, the Trustees for the

Gwernllwyn Independent Chapel, pa. Llanfair Orllwyn

2. Evan Rees of Dolifor and Elizabeth Rees, spinster, of the

same

Premises: the land called Park Penrhiwllan

2Oth November 1921
(5) Conveyance

1. Grace Martha Jones, wife of Timothy Morris Jones of Huanfa,

pa. Llanfairorllwyn, solicitor

2. John Jones of Blaenbachycrydd, pa. Llangunllo; Sarah Jones of

the same, spinster, and Mary Jones of the same, spinster

Premises: the land called Parkygarn, forming part of Blaenbachycrydd

Farm

15th November 1924
(6) Probate of the will of Evan Rees of Penlone, Penrhiwllan,

1st March 1929
(7) Appointment of trustees in the estate of Evan Rees, dec'd.,

24th December 193O
(8) Abstract of title to the property known as Penlone No.l and

Penlone No. 2 1945
(9) Miscellaneous papers c.1945
BOX 7-8
16. [384

& 1048]
(1) Papers relating to the estate of Benjamin Evans of Tygwyn, dec'd.

1927 - 1935



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