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Solicitors Deposits: Potter & Kempson, Farnham, Surry


Acc. 190



Ref: D/PK

Reference: [GB 0212] D/PK
Title: Records from Potter & Kempson Solicitors, Farnham, Surry.
Date(s): 1569-1732
Level: Fonds
Extent: 0.026m3

Source of Acquisition: Records deposited in the Cardiganshire Record Office, by Mr. T. O. Crundwell, of Potter and Kempson Solicitors, Farnham, per Surrey Record Office. 27 February, 1979. 

Scope and Content: Deeds of land and property primarily in the parish of Llangoedmore, Cardiganshire.
1. BOND for £20
     1. Thomas ap Gr(iffith) ap Howell Vuchan of Blaen Porth, yeoman and Elen verch Ieuan ap Rees Whithe, of the same, widow. 
     2. Res ap John ap Morgan, gent. 

Kellevas. Between the land of (2) on the east and the land of Phelippe Gitin Wilcok on the west; a piece of Fose Engharad belonging to (2); and a third piece at Pant Elowarghe in the parish of Llangoidmor [Llangoedmor], according to 2 indentures of fee simple of the same date, for the consideration of £4 6s. 8d. 
Condition: to allow (2) to enjoy the premises
Endorsed: witnesses
24 July 11 Eliz (1569) 


2. BOND for £40
     1. Thomas ap Redd(erch) ap R(ees) ap Ho(w)ell of Blaneporth [Blaenporth], yeoman
     2. Philippe Gythin Willcocke yeoman

Condition: Thomas ap Redd(erch) and Ellen verch Griffith his wife to abide by the judgement of John ap Rees Vaughan gentleman and Thomas ap arry gentleman particularly concerning lands in the parish of Llangoydmore [Llangoedmor], Ellen's inheritance
23 September 16 Eliz. (1573) 


3. RELEASE
     1. Thomas ap Redderche ap Howell ap John of the parish of (Blaenporth), husbandman and Elena verch Griffith his wife
     2. Philippe Griffith Wilcock of Mownte [Mount], yeoman

Messuage and 18 pieces of land
28 April 20 Eliz (1578)
(severely faded, mostly illegible)


4. BOND for £45
     1. Thomas ap Griffith of Blaenporth, yeoman and Griffinn ap Gr(iffith) of the same, yeoman and Elen verch leuan ap Rees Whith of the same, widow
     2. Thomas ap Ieuan alias y gove (the smith) 

Three parcels of land in the parish of Llangoidmor [Llangoedmor]. 
The first lying between the lands of Ridd(erch) ap Mredith on the south, the lands of Lewis ap Rees bedo, on the east, and half the hedge of Griffith ap Rees on the west, and the lands of Thomas Revell esq. leading from the brook of Kynllyvas to the Queen's highway and also bounding on the upper end of the said parcel of lands
The second lying on a place called Fos Yngharad on the west and the lands of Owen Lewis ap Rees bedo, on the south and east. 
The third lying at a place called Pant y Llwarch between the lands of the said Thomas y gove and the lands of Owen ap Rees Loid on the north, and the lands of the said Owen Lewis on the south and west. 
Condition: Thomas ap Ieuan to be given a good title. 
Endorsed: Witnesses
11 October 28 Eliz. (1586) 


5. GRANT
     1. Griffin ap Rees of Mount, yeoman
     2. Thomas ap Ieuan alias gove of Llangoydmore [Llangoedmor], yeoman

Messuage etc. called Tir Park y cappell in the parish of Mount between the lands of Mathe ap Owen on the north, of Griffin ap Rees on the east, and the sea on the west. 
Consideration: £30
Endorsed : Witnesses
Seal damaged
25 September 1587

6. QUITCLAIM
     1. Ellena Reis of the parish of Llangoidmore [Llangoedmor], spinster
     2. Gruffin ap Reis of Mownt [Mount], yeoman

Tenement or messuage with appurtenances in the parish of Llangoidmore [Llangoedmor] called Plas Blaen Kynllnfas in the occupation of Thomas ap Ieuan ap Rees, fabri [Latin: a smith] 
Endorsed: witnesses. 
22nd December 1587


7. MORTGAGE for 21 years
     1. Gruffin ap Reis of Mownte [Mount], yeoman
     2. Thomas ap Ivan ap Reis of the parish of Llangoidmore [Llangoedmor], smith

Tenement or messuage with appurtenances in the parish of Llangoidmore called Plas Kynllyfas and 18 pieces of land
Consideration: £40
Endorsed: witnesses.
10th October 1590


8. COUNTERPART of item 7 above


9. BOND for £100 for the performance of item 7 above
10th October 1590


10. QUITCLAIM
     1. John Gruff(ith) of Mownte [Mount], gent. 
     2. Gruffin Thomas of Llangoedmore, yeoman

Tenement or messuage and appurtenances with 18 parcels of land in the parish of Llangoedmore called Kenllefas in the occupation of Thomas Ivan ap Res and Gruffin Thomas
Endorsed: witnesses. 
Seal
10 November 1598


11. QUITCLAIM
     1. Angharad Powell of Mownt [Mount],wife of Gruffin ap Rees of Mownt yeoman dec'd, widow
     2. Gruffin Thomas of the parish of Llangoedmore, yeoman

Tenement or messuage with 18 pieces of land in the parish of Llangoedmore called Kynllefas, with appurtenances
Endorsed: witnesses. 
10 November 1598


12. GIFT
     1. Phillip Griffith of Mownt [Mount], yeoman
     2. Griffin Thomas ap Ieuan ap Rees of Llangoidmore [Llangoedmor] 

All messuages and tenements of (1) in the parish of Llangoidmore called Plas Kynllyvas and 18 parcels of land in the occupation of Thomas ap Ieuan ap Rees
Consideration: feudal services and rents
Endorsed: witnesses
28 July 1601


13. 
QUITCLAIM as in item 12 above
28 July 1601


14. MORTGAGE IN FEE
     1. Roderic Meredith of Llangoidmore [Llangoedmor], yeoman and Iesabell Thomas his wife
     2. Griffin Thomas y gove (the smith) of the same, yeoman

Three parcels of arable land containing about 3 acres of land, Welsh measure, in the parish of Llangoidmore now in the tenure of Thomas ap Ieuan alias Thomas y gove of which 2 parcels belong to Iesabell Thomas and the third to Roderic Meredith
Consideration: 20 marks
Endorsed : Witnesses
2 seals, 1 damaged
15 July 1602


15. BOND for £45
     1. Roderic Meredith of Llangoidmore [Llangoedmor], yeoman and Ieuan ap Rethergh of the same, yeoman
     2. Griffin Thomas y gove

Condition: Rethergh (sic) [Rudderch] Meredith and Iesabell Thomas his wife to keep covenants especially those in a pair of deeds of fee simple conditional (14 above) 
Endorsed: witnesses
1 seal damaged
1 July 1602


16. AWARD INDENTED
     1. Ieuan Thomas, y gove of Cardigan Parish, yeoman
     2. Griffith Thomas, y gove of Llangoidmor [Llangoedmor], yeoman

Rees Thomas y gove arbitrates in the dispute between the parties about the goods of Thomas ap Ieuan ap Rees alias Thomas y gove the father of the parties, deceased. 
Seal damaged
7 July 1605


17. QUITCLAIM
     1. Ieuan Thomas y gove of the parish of Cardigan, yeoman
     2. Griffin Thomas y Gove of Llangoidmore [Llangoedmor], yeoman

One close of land with appurtenances in Llangoidmor formerly belonging to Thomas Griffith ap Howell 'ychan' between the lands of John Revell gent, called y Weyn on the east, the Queens Highway on the south, land called Kynllyvas on the west and the land of Ieuan Griffith Howell, being the Kings land on the north
Endorsed : witnesses
15 July 1605


18. QUITCLAIM
     1. Elena Griffith ap Ieuan (Llem.) David Thomas of the parish of Blaenporth, widow
     2. Griffin Thomas ap Ieuan ap Reese of the parish of Llangoidmore [Llangoedmor] 

One messuage or tenement in the parish of Llangoidmore called Kynllyvas in the occupation of the said Griffin Thomas ap Ieuan ap Reese
Endorsed: Witnesses
20 June 1609


19. FEOFFMENT to uses
     1. Griffin Thomas ap Ieuan ap Rees of the parish of Llangoidmor [Llangoedmor], yeoman
     2. John Lloyd of Llangoidmore aforesaid gent and David Thomas ap Ieuan ap Rees of the parish of Cardigan yeoman

The messuage called Plas Kynllyvas, granted to Thomas ap Ieuan Rees (father of 1.) by Phillipp Griffith, and one close in the parish of Llangoidmor called Park y pys granted by Thomas Griffith ap Howell ychan. Both premises in the occupation of (1) on the grant of his father
Consideration: the marriage of Tanglwstam, daughter of (1) and Thomas ap Owen ap Rees Lloyd of Llangoidmore, gent. 
Enclosed: livery of seisin
19 July 1611


20. QUITCLAIM
     1. John Thomas y gove of the parish of Cardigan
     2. Thomas Lloyd of Llangoidmore [Llangoedmor] gent

A parcel of land in the parish of Llangoidmore lying between the common road from Krygmor to Llech yr ast to the west, the lands formerly belonging to Roderick Mredith to the south, and a hedge to the north and east, formerly belonging to Thomas Griffith ap Howell ychan
Endorsed: Witnesses
19 August 1613


21. AGREEMENT
By Morgan ap Rees David ap Rudderch of the parish of Verwick, gent and Gwenllian his wife, lately wife of Griffin Thomas y gove dec'd. 
recites: quitclaim dated 7th August 1618
(1) John ap Rees Lloyd lately of Llangoydmor [Llangoedmor], gent, dec'd
(2) Thomas Lloyd of Llangoidmore [Llangoedmor], gent. 
of Gwenllian 's share of her dower on her marriage to Griffin Thomas y gove
premises called Kanllyvas in the tenure of Thomas Lloyd. 
Endorsed : witnesses
15 November 1621


22. QUITCLAIM for £8
     1. Griffith David ap Rudderch of Llangoidmor [Llangoedmor] gent, (cousin and heir of Rudderch Meredith and Iesabell) 
     2. Thomas ap Owen ap Rees Lloyd

Recites;
[1] a mortgage (item 14 above) to be redeemed in 1623 or thereafter,
[2]Will of Griffith Thomas y gove, 20 July 1611 bequeathing the 3 parcels of land to Marye verch Griffith his second daughter
[3] grant by Mary and her husband Richard David ap Howell of Penbryn gent, to Thomas ap Owen ap Rees Lloyd for £6
Endorsed: witnesses
19 October 1622


23. MORTGAGE IN FEE
     1. John Lloyd, gent, and William Lloyd gent, his son and heir both of the parish of Llangoidmore [Llangoedmor].
     2. Cathrin verch Gruffyth, widow of Nicholas Lloyd of the same parish

Eight pieces or parcels of land in Llangoidmore (abutals given in detail) repayable in 1630 or thereafter. 
Consideration: £10
Endorsed: witnesses
13 September 1625


24. BOND for £40
     1. John Lloyd of Llangoidmor [Llangoedmor], gent, and William Lloyd of the same, gent. 
     2. Catherine Gruffyth of the parish of Llangoidmor, widow

Condition: to fulfil a pair of indentures of the same date (23 above) 
13 September 1625


25. MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT by feoffment to uses
     1. Thomas David of the parish of Llangoydmor [Llangoedmor], miller
     2. James Vaughan of the parish of Kennarth [Cenarth] co. of Carmarthen gent, and James Griffith of the parish of Cardigan yeoman (feoffees) 

On the marriage of David Thomas son and heir of Thomas David and Katherin Thomas second daughter of Margaret Morris of the parish of Kennarth widow. 

Marriage portion £40
Messuage in the parish of Llangoydmor called Plas Kynllyvas, purchased from David Morgan 5 parcels of land in the same parish held in mortgage of £15 from John Owens
includes: Covenants to execute deeds
For Thomas David to give David Thomas all the stock bearing David Thomas' mark and 2 brazen pans, one brazen pot, one brazen candlestick, 3 platter dishes 1 chest or coffor and one hutch and to repay the £40 if Katherine dies without issue
For Margaret Moris to leave her daughter and son- in-law half of all her household staff
2 pendant seals, signature of James Vaughan
Endorsed : witnesses
14 November, 20 Chas.II (1668) 


26.
as 25 above
1 pendant seal with the mark of Thomas David
Endorsed : Livery of seisin, Witnesses
14 November, 20 Chas.II (1668) 


27. BOND for £40
     1. John David of Llangoedmore, carpenter
     2. David Thomas of Kynllyvas, in the parish of Llangoedmore [Llangoedmor].

To fulfil deed of release of same date
Endorsed : Witnesses
Seal
27 June 1682


28. RELEASE to follow lease
     1. Jenkin Owen, citizen and haberdasher of London, and Elizabeth his wife
     2. Thomas Rees, parish of Llandeviog [Llandyfriog?], innholder

Messuage and tenement called Pentyre Hayarne in the parish of Llangoedmore [Llangoedmor] in the occupation of William Jenkin
House or site of a house and garden in Cardigan, formerly in the occupation of John Owen dec'd (detailed abuttals) 
Consideration: £22
Seals
Endorsed : receipt for £22
28 July 1704


29. INQUISITION INDENTED
Before John Pryce in the Court of Exchequer at Westminster

On the plea of John Rees of Penbryn Confirming that David Thomas was seized of Kynllovas and Panty Llwarch in Llangoedmore [Llangoedmor] of the annual value of £90 15s. and of a tenement called Living in the same parish in the occupation of James Rees, yeoman
Signatures of 12 (Welsh) Jurymen
26 December, 6 Geo.II (1732) 


30. RELEASE
Fragments of a deed dated 1721 relating to Pant yr hayarn in the parish of Llangoedmore
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