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PG/1/1: Pigeonsford Estate


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Ref: PG/1/1

Reference: PG/1
Title: Legal Documents
Date: 1658-1889
Level: Series
Extent: 4 small boxes (0.052m3)
Scope and Content: This is the largest series in the collection and contains seven sub-series: Deeds, Charters, and Related Material; Appointments to Positions; Wills and Inheritance; Bonds; Court Documents; Notices of Assignments relating to Mortgages; and Legal Miscellaneous. Nearly all of these documents have been put in chronological order, where possible. 
Access Conditions: No restrictions
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PG/1/1: Deeds, Charters, and related material


Reference: PG/1/1
Title: Deeds, charters, and related material
Date: 1658-1889
Level: Sub-series
Extent: 77 items
Scope and Content: Deeds relating to the Pigeonsford Estate, from 1658-1889, includes: Gifts, Bargain and Sales, Leases and Releases, and Marriage Settlements, detailing the disposition of the land and properties owned by the Pigeonsford Estate. 
Access Conditions: No restrictions
Note: Some of the deeds are fragile so will have to be handled carefully. Significant portions of PG/1/1/23 are in Melinex to protect them, and parts of these have disintegrated so are hard to read.


Reference: PG/1/1/1
Title: Land known as Tir-y-Pantgwyn
Date: 1658-1674
Level: File
Extent: 1 bundle (3 items)
Scope and Content: This file contains deeds relating to land known as Tir-y-Pantgwyn, ps. Penbryn and Blaen-porth, co. Cardigan. The land was bought by David Price, p. Llanarth, co. Cardigan, and was later sold to his youngest son, also named David Price.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
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     Reference: PG/1/1/1/1
     Title: Bargain and sale
     Date: 1658 November 20
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     David William, p. Penbryn, co. Cardigan, yeoman, and Thomas David his son, p. Penbryn, co. Cardigan, yeoman.
           2.     David Price, p. Llanarth, co. Cardigan, clerk.

     Of a m. called Tir-y-Pantgwyn, lying partly in p. Penbryn, and partly in p. Blaenporth [Blaen-porth], co. Cardigan.
     Consideration: £44
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note: There is a hole in the parchment.


     Reference: PG/1/1/1/2
     Title: Quitclaim
     Date: 1670 September 20
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     David William, p. Penbryn, co. Cardigan, yeoman and Thomas David of the same parish, his son and heir.
     2.     David Price, p. Llanarth, co. Cardigan, clerk.

     Of a m. called Tir-y-Pantgwyn, p. Penbryn, co. Cardigan.
     Seal of 1.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note: A transcript of this deed can be found in PG/4/4.


     Reference: PG/1/1/1/3
     Title: Gift
     Date: 1674 June 20
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     David Price, p. Llanarth, co. Cardigan, clerk.
     2.     David Price, p. Llanarth, co. Cardigan, youngest son of the said David Price.

     Of a m. of land commonly called Tir-y-Pantgwyn, lying mostly in p. Penbryn, and partly in p. Blaenporth [Blaen-porth], co. Cardigan.
     Consideration: £45.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note: A transcript of this deed can be found in PG/4/4.


Reference: PG/1/1/2
Title: Land known as Tir Pen-y-graig
Date: 1686-1765
Level: File
Extent: 1 bundle (2 items)
Scope and Content: This file contains two deeds, both of which relate to land known as Tir Pen-y-graig, p. Llandysiliogogo, co. Cardigan.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
Note: This file relates to deed PG/1/1/23/11.


     Reference: PG/1/1/2/1
     Title: Copy of a bargain and sale
     Date: 1686 April 3
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     Anne Phillips, co. Cardigan.
     2.     James Lewis, co. Cardigan.

     Of lands known as Tir Pen-y-graig, p. Llandysiliogogo, co. Cardigan.
     Consideration: 10s.
     Endorsement: livery of seisin.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
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     Reference: PG/1/1/2/2
     Title: Lease
     Date: 1765 April 13
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 p.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Price, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan
     2.     Evan David of Pen-y-graig, p. Llandysiliogogo, co. Cardigan,

     For 21 years of a m. called Tir Pen-y-graig, p. Llandysiliogogo, co. Cardigan.
     Annual rent: £10
     Duties: six shrove tide, and five hens with 60 eggs a year.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


Reference: PG/1/1/3
Title: Bargain and Sale
Date: 1686 September 29
Level: Item
Extent: 1 p.
Scope and Content:
1.     David Evan Phillip, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan, yeoman.
2.     David Price, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan, clerk.

Of ms. called Tythyn Blaun nant Rhybin and Tythyn Godre nant Rhybin, alias Tythin nant Rhybin, p. Llangrannog, together with a house thereon occupied by Rees ap Rees.
Consideration: £50.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
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Reference: PG/1/1/4
Title: Lease and quitclaim
Date: 1713 January 5
Level: Item
Extent: 1 p.
Scope and Content:
1.     David Price, p. Cilgerran, co. Pembroke, schoolmaster, John Price of Llanelly, co. Carmarthen, schoolmaster, Jane Price, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan spinster, Nicholas Jones and Charlotte his wife, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan.
2.     William Price, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan, gent.

No land specified. 
Access Conditions: No restrictions
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Reference: PG/1/1/5
Title: Bargain and Sale
Date: 1718 September 29
Level: Item
Extent: 1 p.
Scope and Content:
1.     Thomas David Thomas, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan, yeoman and Margaret his wife.
2.     William Price, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan, and Bridget his wife.

Of a m. called Cyr nantcoch ad Rhydyryscwydd, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan.
Consideration: £20 13s. 4d.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
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Reference: PG/1/1/6
Title: Land called Syr Cre Cragin
Date: 1713-1723
Level: File
Extent: 1 bundle (2 items)
Scope and Content: Deeds relating to the lands of Syr Cre Cragin, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan
Access Conditions: No restrictions
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     Reference: PG/1/1/6/1
     Title: Mortgage
     Date: 1723 May 1
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     John Griffith, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan, yeoman and Lettice David his wife.
     2.     Owen John, p. Blaenporth [Blaen-porth], co. Cardigan.

     Of a m. called SyrCreCragin, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan alias SyrblaenDuffringogo that is in the present occupation of John Griffith.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
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     Reference: PG/1/1/6/2
     Title: Draft
     Date: 1713
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 p.
     Scope and Content:
     This item appears to be a draft of an earlier deed relating to the known as Syr Cre Cragin, although it has been rendered almost illegible, due to having been used as blotting paper. It includes the name John Griffith, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan, yeoman.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
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Reference: PG/1/1/7
Title: Post-Nuptial Marriage Settlement of William Price and Bridget Parry
Date: 1739
Level: File
Extent: 1 bundle, 3 items
Scope and Content: Post-Nuptial Marriage Settlement of William Price and Bridget Parry and associated transfers of land.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
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     Reference: PG/1/1/7/1
     Title: Bargain and sale
     Date: 1739 August 8
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 item
     Scope and Content: 
     1.     William Price, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan, gent., and      Bridget his wife.
     2.     Joshua Jones, p. Llanvihangell Yerwarth [Llanfihangel-ar-Arth], co. Carmarthen, clerk, and John Parry, p. Llandisiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co. Cardigan, gent.

     13 Ms.
     M. called Brongoy, p. Llanbardan Trefeglwys, co. Cardigan
     M. called Blaen Diffryn Gogo or Tyddin Kant Vach, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan
     M. called Pantgwyn, ps. Penbryn and Blaenporth [Blaen-porth], co. Cardigan
     M. called Penygraig or Tyddin Y Ty Vach, p. Llandisiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co. Cardigan, being the estate of inheritance of William Price of 1.
     Ms. called Rhyd y Clomennod (Pigeonsford), Tyddin Hendraws, Pant y Cerrig, Pant y Quarry, Pant Dwfun, Tyr Fynon Ddy, Sarn y Clafe, Tre yr Dwe, Rhyppin Llwyd, tyr nant Coch and Fynnon Ddewy, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan, being the estate of inheritance of Bridget of 1.
     Consideration: 5s. 
     Seals of 1.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:
      

     Reference: PG/1/1/7/2
     Title: Post-Nuptial Marriage Settlement (Bargain and Sale)
     Date: 1739 August 9
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 item
     Scope and Content: 
     1.     William Price p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan, gent., and Bridget Parry his wife.
     2.     George Price of the same, gent., eldest son and heir apparent of 1.
     3.     Joshua Jones p. Llanvihangell Yerwarth [Llanfihangel-ar-Arth], co. Carmarthen, clerk, and John Parry p. Llandisiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co. Cardigan, gent.
     4.     John Price p. Llangevelach [Llangyfelach], co. Glamorgan, clerk.

     13 Ms.
     M. called Brongoy, p. Llanbardan Trefeglwys, co. Cardigan
     M. called Blaen Diffryn Gogo or Tyddin Kant Vach, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan
     M. called Pantgwyn, ps. Penbryn and Blaen-porth, co. Cardigan
     M. called Penygraig or Tyddin Y Ty Vach, p. Llandisiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co. Cardigan, being the estate of inheritance of William Price of 1.
     Ms. called Rhyd y Clomennod (Pigeonsford), Tyddin Hendraws, Pant y Cerrig, Pant y Quarry, Pant Dwfun, Tyr Fynon Ddy, Sarn y Clafe, Tre yr Dwe, Rhyppin Llwyd, tyr nant Coch and Fynnon Ddewy, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan, being the estate of inheritance of Bridget Parry of 1.
     Seals of 1.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
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     Reference: PG/1/1/7/3
     Title: Final Concord
     Date: 1739 August 27
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 item
     Scope and Content: 
     1.     Joshua Jones, clerk, and John Parry, gent., plaintiffs.
     2.     William Price, gent., and Bridget his wife, deforciants.

     16 ms., 12 cottages, 28 gardens, 200 acres of land, 50 acres of meadow (554 acres) in ps. Llanbardan, Trefeglwys, Llangranog [Llangrannog], Penbryn, Blaen-porth and Llandysiliogogo.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
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Reference: PG/1/1/8
Title: Agreement to lease
Date: 1743 April 19
Level: Item
Extent: 1 m.
Scope and Content:
1.     William Price and his son George Price, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan.
2.     Thomas David, p. Penbryn, co. Cardigan.

For 19 years of a m. called Suan y Claf, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan.
Annual rent: £19 5s.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
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Reference: PG/1/1/9
Title: Lease
Date: 1753 June 1
Level: Item
Extent: 1 p.
Scope and Content:
1.     Henry Hughes, p. Llandingat, co. Carmarthen, Esq.
2.     David Evan, p. Llandysiliogogo, co. Cardigan, yeoman.

For 39 years of a m. called Pantygolls, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan, now in the occupation of 2.
Annual rent: £10
Duties: two fat hens at Shrovetide.
Seals of 1 and 2.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
Note: Document is torn with several pieces missing from the text. Stored in a protective polyester sleeve.


Reference: PG/1/1/10
Title: Pre-Nuptial Marriage Settlement of Thomas Evan and Esther David
Date: 1757 October 29
Level: Item
Extent: 1 m.
Scope and Content:  
1.     Thomas Evan, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan.
2.     Thomas Evan, son of 1.
3.     Henry David, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan, and Esther, youngest daughter of the said Henry David.

Concerning the marriage of Thomas Evan of 2. and Esther David of 3. and the lands of Cwm-bychan, p. Trodroyer [Troed-yr-aur], co. Cardigan.
Seals of the three parties.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
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Reference: PG/1/1/11
Title: Lease
Date: 1761 September 30
Level: Item
Extent: 1 m.
Scope and Content: 
1.     Thomas Evans of Bla[e]ne Gwenog [Blaen Gwenog?], p. Llanwenog, co. Cardigan, Gent.
2.     Morgan John, p. Llangrannog in the same county, yeoman.

M. and farm called Erwan Fawr and Abermarles field, p. Llangrannog.
Agreement that 1. will give ten tons of limestone for repairing the farm called Erwan Fawr together with sufficient timber to build a cottage on Abermarles field in the first year. Also to bear one half of the expenses of new hedges erected by 2, and to allow 2 to collect turves from the tenement of Dolgoy in return for 1 day reaping at harvest time to the tenants thereof.
Consideration: rent of £8 in the first year, and £8 10s. p.a. after that.
Seals of 1 and 2.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
Note: Stored in a protective polyester sleeve.


Reference: PG/1/1/12
Title: Marriage settlement of George Price and Dorothy Bowen.
Date: 1762-1813
Level: File
Extent: 1 bundle (5 items)
Scope and Content: Pre-Nuptial Marriage settlement of George Price and Dorothy Bowen and related transfers of land.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
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     Reference: PG/1/1/12/1-2
     Title: Lease and Release.
     Date: 1762 March 24-25
     Level: Item
     Extent: 2 items
     Scope and Content: 
     1.     George Price of Rhydyclomenod otherwise Pigeonsford, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan, Esq. 
     2.     Rice Gwywn t. Cardigan, co. Cardigan, Esq. and John Jones, t. Aberystwyth, co. Cardigan, Esq.
     3.     John Morgan, t. Cardigan, Esq. and John Price, co. Glamorgan, clerk.

     m. called Brongoy, p. Llanbardan Trefeglws, co. Cardigan. m. called Blaen Dyffryngogo or Tyddin Pant Bach, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan. m. called Pantgwyn, ps. Pembryn [Penbryn] and Blaen-porth, co. Cardigan. m. called Penygraig or Tythyn y Tybach p. Llandisilliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co. Cardigan, being heretofore the estate and inheritance of William Price, deceased, father to 1. Ms. called Rhydyclomenod, Tyddin Hendraws, Pant y Cerrig, Pant y Quarry, Pant Dwyfun, Tir ffynnon Ddy, Sarn Y Clafe, Tre yr Dwr Rhippin Llwyd and ffynon Ddewy. 
     Consideration: 10s.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
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     Reference: PG/1/1/12/3
     Title: Bargain and sale.
     Date: 1762 June 18
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 item
     Scope and Content: 
     1.     George Price p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan
     2.     George Bowen of Llwyngwair, co. Pembroke and John Morgan of Cardigan, Esquire.

     M. called BlaenTyffryngogo and Tyddin pant bach, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan, and Penygraig,  p. Llandissiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co. Cardigan. 
     Consideration: 5s.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


     Reference: PG/1/1/12/4
     Title: Marriage settlement of George Price and Dorothy Bowen (pre-nuptial) and draft of the same
     Date: 1762 July 19
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 item
     Scope and Content: 
     1.     George Price of Rhydycolomennod otherwise Pigeonsford, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan, Esquire.
     2.     George Bowen of Llwyngwair, co. Pembroke and John Morgan of Cardigan, Esquire.
     3.     James Bowen of Pantyderry co. Pembroke, gent. and the Rev. John Price of Llangouolach, co. Glamorgan, clerk.
     4.     Dorothy Bowen of Cardigan, second daughter of James Bowen late of Llwyngwair, co. Pembroke, spinster.

     Concerning the marriage of 1 and 4.

     Of that m. called Blaen dyffrin gogo and Tyddin Pant Bach, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan and that m. called Penygraig and Tythyn y Tybach, p. Llandyssiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], and those ms. called Rhydycolomennod and Tyddin Hendraws, Panty Cerrig Quarrey, Pant Dwyfun, Tir Fynnon Ddy, Sarn y Clafo, Fro yr Dwr, Rhyppin Llwyd and Fynnon Ddewy, p. Llangrannog.
     Consideration: £550
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note: The settlement is dry and cracking.


     Reference: PG/1/1/12/5
     Title: Counterpart lease.
     Date: 1813 August 10
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 item
     Scope and Content: 
     1.     George Price Esq.
     2.     Thomas Evan, farmer.

     M. called Sarnycladd, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan, for 21 years, (duties: 2 hens and 20 eggs), 
     Consideration: yearly rent of £21.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
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Reference: PG/1/1/13
Title: Lease for life
Date: 1767 June 9
Level: Item
Extent: 1 p.
Scope and Content:
1.     George Price of Pigeonsford, co. Cardigan and Dorothy his wife.
2.     David John of p. Llangrannog, husbandman.

M. of Tredwr with the exception of the field called Parc y Ddol, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan  
Consideration: £17 for the first 3 years and £18 thereafter.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
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Reference: PG/1/1/14
Title: Lease for 21 years.
Date: 1769 May 30
Level: Item
Extent: 1 p.
Scope and Content:
1.     George Price, of Pigeonsford co. Cardigan.
2.     Elinor Evans, spinster, p. Llandissiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo].

m. of Pen-y-cwm p. Llandissiliogogo, co. Cardigan
Consideration: £8 10s. and 2 shrove tide hens and 20 eggs.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
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Reference: PG/1/1/15
Title: Marriage settlement (pre-nuptial), of Benjamin David and Magdelan David
Date: 1771 July 3
Level: Item
Extent: 1 p.
Scope and Content:
1.     John Thomas, Benjamin Thomas and Simon David p. Penbryn co. Cardigan, and Benjamin David p. Llangrannog co. Cardigan.
2.     David Thomas and Magdalen David his eldest daughter, of Llangrannog, co. Cardigan.

Concerning the marriage of Benjamin David and Magdalen David.
Of household goods and chattels and monies.
Seals of 1 and 2.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
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Reference: PG/1/1/16
Title: Agreement (Bargain and Exchange)
Date: 1771 July 8
Level: Item
Extent: 1 p.
Scope and Content: 
1.     George Price p. Llangrannog co. Cardigan, Esquire
2.     John Lewis of the same parish, and David Watkins p. Llandissiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo] co. Cardigan, gent.

Of a slang of land called Cwm y Rhibin being part of the tenement of Peniallt, then in the tenure of John Bartholomew and Thomas John Howell situate p. Llangrannog.
Consideration: £10 paid to 2.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
Note: Stored in a polyester sheet.


Reference: PG/1/1/17
Title: Bargain and Sale.
Date: 1773 April 20
Level: Item
Extent: 1 p.
Scope and Content
1.     George Price, of Pigeonsford, co. Cardigan.
2.     Stephen Lewis, p. Llanbadarn Trefeglwys, co. Cardigan, gentleman.

M of land called Trongou, p. Llanbadarn Trefeglwys, co. Cardigan.
Consideration: £200 10s. 4d.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
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Reference: PG/1/1/18
Title: Marriage settlement of the Rev. Simon Lloyd and Bridgetta Price.
Date: 1789-1790
Level: File
Extent: 3 items
Scope and Content: Marriage settlement of the Rev. Simon Lloyd and Bridgetta Price and related transfers of land.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
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     Reference: PG/1/1/18/1
     Title: Articles previous to the marriage of the Rev. Simon Lloyd and Miss Price.
     Date: 1789 May 14
     Level: Item
     Extent:1 item
     Scope and Content:
     1.     The Rev. Simon Lloyd, of Plas Yn Dre, t. Bala, co. Merioneth.
     2.     Thomas Foulkes, t. Bala, gent.
     3.     Dorothy Price of Pigeonsford, co. Cardigan, widow of George Price, Esquire, deceased, and Bridgetta Dorethea Price daughter of the same.
     4.     George Bowen, p. Llwynywair, co. Pembroke, Esquire and George Price of Pigeonsford, Esquire, only son and executor of the last will and testament of George Price, Esquire, deceased.

     M. formerly called Dillday now Pentre, m. formerly part of Pendre now called Bringolau, ms. formerly called Llediarde and Nantycrognr now called Llidiardau and Llidiardau Vach, ms. formerly called Kynant or Kynant Vach now Kynant Ycha and Kynant Issa, all adjoining a common called Waunybala p. Llanyckil otherwise Llanyfil [Llanycil], co. Merioneth.
     M. called Plas Yn Dre, m. called Shoppau Vach, 1 tan yard and 1 Chapel in p. Llanyckil. 1 field called Cae Mawr Pella, 3 fields called Cae Mawr Nesa, 1 garden formerly part of Cae Mawr Nesa, m. formerly Y Graig otherwise Caer Y Graig and Caer Garrey now Penrhiw, 1 field called Cae Srwdan Issa, 2 fields called Bringroes Issa and Bringroes Ycha, 2 fields formerly called Caer Felin now Caer Felin Pella and Aer Felin Nesa,1 field called Y Rost, 1 field called Caecoch, fields formerly called Brin Melin Mawr now Brin Melin Mawr and Gwirglodd Brin Melin, 1 field called Brin Melin Vach, 2 fields formerly Dolydd Penddon now Dol Pendduon and Dol Brin Melin, 1 field called Aer Vain, 1 m. called Molygarneth, field formerly part of Molygarneth now called Danyaerllan Arerw, 3 ms. formerly 2 ms. called Ty William John and Tyr Gwydd, 1 piece of land formerly called Cluttie now Aer Penchwyad, 1 piece of land formerly called Birdir now Birdircoch, 1 piece of land called Gwerglodd Ddu Fach, ms. formerly Tutenydderwen now Tutenydderwen and Scybor Issa, 1 field called Cae Penybont, 1 field celled Caeadwy Gludo, 1 piece of land formerly Erwwen now Eyfair Cutta, 1 fee farm of 10/10 out of the m. called Llwynyki, co. Merioneth, 1 m. called Lletty Llwyden, p. Llandderel.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


     Reference: PG/1/1/18/2
     Title: Lease of the lands agreed upon in the Marriage Settlement of the Rev. Simon Lloyd and Bridgetta Price.
     Date: 1790 March 15
     Level: Item
     Extent:1 item
     Scope and Content:
     1.     Thomas Foulks, t. Bala, co. Merioneth, gent. and the Rev. Simon Lloyd of Plas Yn Dre, t. Bala, Clerk.
     2.     George Bowen of Llwyn Ewair, co. Pembroke, Esq. and George Price of Pigeonsford, co. Cardigan, Esq.

     M. formerly called Dillday now Pentre, m. formerly part of Pendre now called Bringolau, ms. formerly called Llediarde and Nantycrognr now called Llidiardau and Llidiardau Vach, ms. formerly called Kynant or Kynant Vach now Kynant Ycha and Kynant Issa, all adjoining a common called Waunybala p. Llanyckil otherwise Llanyfil [Llanycil], co. Merioneth.
     M. called Plas Yn Dre, m. called Shoppau Vach, 1 tan yard and 1 Chapel in p. Llanyckil [Llanycil]. 1 field called Cae Mawr Pella, 3 fields called Cae Mawr Nesa, 1 garden formerly part of Cae Mawr Nesa, m. formerly Y Graig otherwise Caer Y Graig and Caer Garrey now Penrhiw, 1 field called Cae Srwdan Issa, 2 fields called Bringroes Issa and Bringroes Ycha, 2 fields formerly called Caer Felin now Caer Felin Pella and Aer Felin Nesa,1 field called Y Rost, 1 field called Caecoch, fields formerly called Brin Melin Mawr now Brin Melin Mawr and Gwirglodd Brin Melin, 1 field called Brin Melin Vach, 2 fields formerly Dolydd Penddon now Dol Pendduon and Dol Brin Melin, 1 field called Aer Vain, 1 m. called Molygarneth, field formerly part of Molygarneth now called Danyaerllan Arerw, 3 ms. formerly 2 ms. called Ty William John and Tyr Gwydd, 1 piece of land formerly called Cluttie now Aer Penchwyad, 1 piece of land formerly called Birdir now Birdircoch, 1 piece of land called Gwerglodd Ddu Fach, ms. formerly Tutenydderwen now Tutenydderwen and Scybor Issa, 1 field called Cae Penybont, 1 field celled Caeadwy Gludo, 1 piece of land formerly Erwwen now Eyfair Cutta, 1 fee farm of 10/10 out of the m. called Llwynyki, co. Merioneth, 1 m. called Lletty Llwyden, p. Llandderel [Llandderfel].
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


     Reference: PG/1/1/18/3
     Title: Marriage Settlement of Reverend Simon Lloyd and Miss Price and also a mortgage for a term of one thousand years to secure six hundred pounds.
     Date: 1790 March 16
     Level: Item
     Extent:1 item
     Scope and Content:
     1.     The Rev. Simon Lloyd, p. Plas Yn Dre, t. Bala, co. Merioneth
     2.     Thomas Foulkes, t. Bala, gent.
     3.     Dorothy Price of Pigeonsford, co. Cardigan, widow of George Price, Esquire, deceased, and Bridgetta Dorethea Price daughter of the same.
     4.     George Bowen of Llwynywair, co. Pembroke, Esquire and George Price of Pigeonsford, Esquire, only son and executor of the last will and testament of George Price, Esquire, deceased.

     M. formerly called Dillday now Pentre, m. formerly part of Pendre now called Bringolau, ms. formerly called Llediarde and Nantycrognr now called Llidiardau and Llidiardau Vach, ms. formerly called Kynant or Kynant Vach now Kynant Ycha and Kynant Issa, all adjoining a common called Waunybala p. Llanyckil otherwise Llanyfil [Llanycil], co. Merioneth.
     M. called Plas Yn Dre, m. called Shoppau Vach, 1 tan yard and 1 Chapel in p. Llanyckil [Llanycil]. 1 field called Cae Mawr Pella, 3 fields called Cae Mawr Nesa, 1 garden formerly part of Cae Mawr Nesa, m. formerly Y Graig otherwise Caer Y Graig and Caer Garrey now Penrhiw, 1 field called Cae Srwdan Issa, 2 fields called Bringroes Issa and Bringroes Ycha, 2 fields formerly called Caer Felin now Caer Felin Pella and Aer Felin Nesa,1 field called Y Rost, 1 field called Caecoch, fields formerly called Brin Melin Mawr now Brin Melin Mawr and Gwirglodd Brin Melin, 1 field called Brin Melin Vach, 2 fields formerly Dolydd Penddon now Dol Pendduon and Dol Brin Melin, 1 field called Aer Vain, 1 m. called Molygarneth, field formerly part of Molygarneth now called Danyaerllan Arerw, 3 ms. formerly 2 ms. called Ty William John and Tyr Gwydd, 1 piece of land formerly called Cluttie now Aer Penchwyad, 1 piece of land formerly called Birdir now Birdircoch, 1 piece of land called Gwerglodd Ddu Fach, ms. formerly Tutenydderwen now Tutenydderwen and Scybor Issa, 1 field called Cae Penybont, 1 field celled Caeadwy Gludo, 1 piece of land formerly Erwwen now Eyfair Cutta, 1 fee farm of 10/10 out of the m. called Llwynyki, co. Merioneth, 1 m. called Lletty Llwyden, p. Llandderel [Llandderfel].
     Consideration: £600
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


Reference: PG/1/1/19
Title: Surrender of a term of 500 years
Date: 1790 February 3
Level: Item
Extent: 1 m.
Scope and Content: 
1.     John Jones Esq. city of Chester.
2.     The Rev. Simon Lloyd, of Bala, co. Merioneth. 

Lands in the town of Bala and parishes of Llanychil [Llanycil], Llanfawr, and Llanddersul [Llandderfel], co. Merioneth.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
Note:


Reference: PG/1/1/20
Title: Quitclaim
Date: 1815 August 19
Level: Item
Extent: 2 items
Scope and Content:
1.     David Edwards of Rhydferwig, p. Llanllwchayarn [Llanllwchaearn], co. Cardigan, gent. 
2.     Dorothy Jones, of Carngeifr in the same parish, widow and relict of Thomas Jones, late of the same place, farmer deceased.

Release of Dower and a conveyance of land in lieu thereof for the widow's life, those ms. known by several names of Rhydferwig, Carngeifi and Tynnyssymion, p. Llanllwchayarn [Llanllwchaearn], co. Cardigan. Includes a copy of the last will and testament of Thomas Jones of Carn y Geifir, p. Llanllwchayarn [Llanllwchaearn], co. Cardigan, signed 15 June 1809, proved 22 June 1809.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
Note:


Reference: PG/1/1/21
Title: Agreement of sale.
Date: 1819 July 3
Level: Item
Extent: Item
Scope and Content:
1.     Watkins Watkins of Bwlchclawdd, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan
2.     George Price of Pigeonsford, co. Cardigan.

Of two meadows of land of the tenement of Bwlchclawdd, bounded on the north and east sides by lands belonging to the said George Price and on the south and west by lands belonging to Evan Lewis, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog].
Consideration: £580
Access Conditions: No restrictions
Note:


Reference: PG/1/1/22
Title: Marriage settlement of John Mears and Charlotte Owen, daughter of John Owen.
Date: 1819-1822
Level: File
Extent: 1 bundle, 4 items
Scope and Content: Marriage settlement of John Mears and Charlotte Owen, daughter of John Owen, and related transfers of land.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
Note:


     Reference: PG/1/1/22/1
     Title: Lease to vest possession
     Date: 1819 July 30
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 item
     Scope and Content:
     1.     John Meares Esq., of Park Lane, p. St. George Hanover Sq, co.           Middlesex.  
     2.     John Lewis Philipps, Captain of 4th Regiment of Dragoons, co.           Carmarthen and Charles Phillipps, clerk, t. Pembroke, co.                Pembroke.

     Properties called Walleston and Morson in the parishes of Pulchrone [Pwllcrochan] and Monkton, co. Pembroke, and properties called Pennar, p. Pulchrone [Pwllcrochan], Venny Lake, p. Pulchrone [Pwllcrochan], Lambeth, p. Pulchrone [Pwllcrochan], Brother Hill, p. Cosheston, co. Pembroke.
     Consideration: 5s.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


     Reference: PG/1/1/22/2
     Title: Grant
     Date: 1822 August 8
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 item
     Scope and Content: 
     1.     John Meares of St. George, Hanover Square, Middlesex and Charlotte Meares, his wife.
     2.     John Owen of Orielton co. Pembroke, Baronet.
     3.     John Lewis Philipps of Llanynerum, co. Carmarthen, and Charles Philipps of the town of Pembroke, co. Pembroke.

     Grant of an annuity for the life of Mrs Meares, by way of jointure.
     Consideration: £600
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


     Reference: PG/1/1/22/3
     Title: Marriage settlement, pre-nuptial, of John Mears and Charlotte Owen, daughter of John Owen, and Release of Lease. 
     Date: 1835
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 item
     Scope and Content: 
     1.     John Owen of Orielton, co. Pembroke, Baronet.
     2.     John Meares, p. St. George, Hanover Square, Middlesex. 
     3.     Charlotte Owen of Orielton, co. Pembroke. 
     4.     John Lewis Philipps, co. Carmarthen and Charles Phillipps town of Pembroke, co. Pembroke. 
     5.     George Meares of Llanynerum, co. Carmarthen and George Collins Poore of Grove … in the Isle of Wight.

     Properties called Walleston and Morson in the parishes of Pulchrone [Pwllcrochan] and Monkton, co. Pembroke, and properties called Pennar, p. Pulchrone [Pwllcrochan], Venny Lake, p. Pulchrone [Pwllcrochan], Lambeth, p. Pulchrone [Pwllcrochan], Brother Hill, p. Cosheston, co. Pembroke.
     Consideration: £8000.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note: Release is on the reverse of the marriage settlement and relates to PG/1/1/22/1, which lists the same lands.


Reference: PG/1/1/23
Title: Bundle of Leases and other Deeds
Date: 1850-1889
Level: File
Extent: 29 items

Scope and Content:
Primarily comprises leases granted by George Bowen Jordan Jordan and Barrett Price Jordan in respect of farms, cottages, houses and land in the parishes of Llangrannog and Llandysiliogogo, Cardiganshire [now Ceredigion].  Some of the leases are in the form of counterparts, drafts or copies. Also contains three mortgage related deeds, a draft disentailing deed and a draft bond of indemnity. Arranged in chronological order.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
Note: Due to their poor condition, many of the items in this bundle have been flattened and are stored separately from the rest of the bundle in protective polyester sleeves.


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/1
     Title: Counterpart Lease
     Date: 1850 September 15
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan, Esq. of Pigeonsford, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.
     2.     Daniel Rees, Master Mariner, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co.           Cardigan.  

     For 60 years, a parcel of land being part of the farm and lands of Tredwr (commonly called Dolgnappan), p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.
     Consideration: £10 annually.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note: Water damaged. Parts of the deed have crumbled away.
     Due to its poor condition, this item has been flattened and is stored separately from the rest of the bundle in a protective sleeve.


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/2
     Title: Lease
     Date: 1859 September 15
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan, Esq. of Pigeonsford, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.
     2.     Daniel Rees, Master Mariner, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co.           Cardigan.  

     For 60 years, a parcel of land being part of the farm and lands of Tredwr (commonly called Dolgnappan), p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.
     Consideration: £10 annually.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note: Very badly water damaged. A significant part of the document has crumbled away. Due to its poor condition, this item has been flattened and is stored separately from the rest of the bundle in a protective sleeve.


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/3
     Title: Lease
     Date: 1860 July 24
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan, Esq. of Pigeonsford, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.
     2.     Thomas Davies of Penycwm, p. Llandissiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co.      Cardigan.

     For 60 years, a farm and lands called Penycwm, p. Llandissiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co. Cardigan. 
     Consideration: £10 annually.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/4
     Title: Lease
     Date: 1862 January 15
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan Esq. of Pigeonsford, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.
     2.     David Jones, of Dolwylan, p. Llandissiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co. Cardigan.


     For 21 years, of a farm called Dolywylan, p. Llandissiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co. Cardigan.
     Consideration: £4. 10s.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note: Original of PG/1/1/23/5. Water damage. Parts of the document have crumbled away. Due to its poor condition, this item has been flattened and is stored separately from the rest of the bundle in a protective sleeve.


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/5
     Title: Copy Lease
     Date: 1862 January 15
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan Jordan Esq. of Pigeonsford, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.
     2.     David Jones, of Dolwylan, p. Llandissiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co. Cardigan.

     For 21 years, of a farm called Dolywylan, p. Llandissiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co. Cardigan.
     Consideration: £4 10s.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note: Copy of PG/1/1/23/4. Minor water damage. Due to its poor condition, this item has been flattened and is stored separately from the rest of the bundle in a protective sleeve.


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/6
     Title: Lease
     Date: 1863 January 14
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan Jordan Esq. of Pigeonsford, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan
     2.     Jenkin Jones, Mariner, of village and p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co      Cardigan. 

     For 21 years, of a cottage called Penffin (also referred to as Penllin), p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.
     Consideration: 10s. annually.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note: See PG/1/1/23/7 for the Counterpart.


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/7
     Title: Counterpart Lease
     Date: 1863 January 14
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan of Pigeonsford, p. Llangranog           [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.
     2.     Jenkin Jones, Mariner of village and p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co           Cardigan.

     For 21 years, of a cottage called Penffin (also referred to as Penllin), p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.
     Consideration: 10s. annually.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note: Counterpart of PG/1/1/23/6. Water damaged.  Parts of the document have crumbled away. Due to its poor condition, this item has been flattened and stored separately from the rest of the bundle in a protective sleeve.


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/8
     Title: Draft Disentailing Deed
     Date: 1866
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.      Barrett Price Jordan and George Bowen Jordan Jordan, Esq. of                Pigeonsford, p. Llangranog, co. Cardigan.
     2.      James Summers, t. Haverfordwest, co. Pembrokeshire.

     Of land in Pembrokeshire.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note: A significant part of the document has crumbled away. Due to its poor condition, this item has been flattened and is stored separately from the rest of the bundle in a protective sleeve.


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/9
     Title: Draft Lease
     Date: 1867
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan Esq. of Pigeonsford, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan and Barrett Price Jordan, t. Aberayron. co. Cardigan.
     2.     Richard Jones, Weaver p. Llandissiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co. Cardigan.

     Of a m. and dwelling house called Courtffynon, p. Llandissiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co. Cardigan.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note: Due to it being in two pieces it is stored separately from the rest of the bundle in a protective sleeve.


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/10
     Title: Lease
     Date: 1867 January 2
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan Esq. of Pigeonsford, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan and Barrett Price Jordan, t. Aberayron. co. Cardigan.
     2.     Jenkin Jones, Farmer, Blaenllan, p. Llandissiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co. Cardigan. 

     For 60 years, of a farm called Blaenllan, p. Llandissiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo],      co. Cardigan. 
     Consideration: £8 annually.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/11
     Title: Lease
     Date: 1867 February 11
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan Esq. of Pigeonsford, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan.
     2.     Evan Parry, farmer of Penygraig, p. Llandissiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co. Cardigan.

     For 21 years, of a farm called Penygraig, p. Llandissiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co. Cardigan.
     Consideration: £30 annually.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note: Water damaged. Parts of the document have crumbled away. Due to its poor condition, this item has been flattened and is stored separately from the rest of the bundle in a protective sleeve. This relates to the land listed in PG/1/1/2.


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/12
     Title: Lease
     Date: 1868 January 30
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan Esq. of Pigeonsford, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan and Barrett Price Jordan, t. Aberayron. co. Cardigan.
     2.     John Jones, Gardner of Cwrt Newydd, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.

     For life, of a property called Cwrt Newydd, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co.      Cardigan.
     Consideration: 5s. annually.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/13
     Title: Draft Lease
     Date: 1868 April 29
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan Esq. of Pigeonsford, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan and Barrett Price Jordan, t. Aberayron. co. Cardigan.
     2.     David Jones, Dolwilan [or Dolwylan], p. Llandissiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co. Cardigan.

     For a term of two lives, of a dwelling house called Dolwilan [or Dolwylan], p.      Llandissiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co. Cardigan.
     Consideration: £4 10s. annually.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note: Water damage. Part of the document has crumbled away. Due to its poor condition, this item has been flattened and is stored separately from the rest of the bundle in a protective sleeve.


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/14
     Title: Draft Lease
     Date: 1868 June 13
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan Esq. of Pigeonsford, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan and Barrett Price Jordan, t. Aberayron. co. Cardigan.
     2.     Jenkin Jones Blaenllan, p. Llandissiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co. Cardigan.

     For a term of two lives or 60 years, of a farm called Blaenllan, p. Llandissiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co. Cardigan.
     Consideration: £8 annually.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/15
     Title: Lease
     Date: 1868 July 30
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan Esq. of Pigeonsford, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan and Barrett Price Jordan, t. Aberayron. co. Cardigan.
     2.     Jenkin Jones, Mariner called Penllin [referred to elsewhere as Penffin], p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.

     For a term of two lives, of a cottage called Penllin [referred to elsewhere as Penffin], p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.
     Consideration: 10s. annually.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/16
     Title: Draft Lease
     Date: 1868 April 29
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan Esq. of Pigeonsford, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan and Barrett Price Jordan, t. Aberayron. co. Cardigan.
     2.     Jenkin Jones, Mariner Penllin, p. Llangranog  [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.

     For a term of two lives, of a cottage called Penllin, p. Llangranog                 [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.
     Consideration: 10s. annually.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/17
     Title: Lease
     Date: 1869 May 10
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan, Esq. of Pigeonsford, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan and Barrett Price Jordan t. Aberayron. co. Cardigan [crossed out]. 
     2.     David Griffiths, Mason, of Llanronw, p. Llangranog, [crossed out] replaced with Evan Davies, shoemaker of Llanronw, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.

     For life, of a farm called Llainronw, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.
     Term 21 years. Originally for life, but has been crossed out and changed. 
     Consideration: £2 annually.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note: Includes several amendments in pencil.


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/18
     Title: Lease
     Date: 1869 September 18
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan, Esq. of Pigeonsford, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.
     2.     Thomas Evans, Farmer, of Trecregin, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co.      Cardigan.

     Yearly tenancy of a farm called Trecregin, p. Llangranog  [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.
     Consideration: £35 annually.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/19
     Title: Lease
     Date: 1869 September 28
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan, Esq. of Pigeonsford, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.
     2.     David Jenkins, Farmer, of Tyhen, p. Penbryn, co Cardigan.

     Yearly tenancy of a farm called Tredwr, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.
     Consideration: £70 annually.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note: Water damage. Part of the document has crumbled away. Due to its poor condition, this item has been flattened and is stored separately from the rest of the bundle in a protective sleeve.


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/20
     Title: Lease
     Date: 1870
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan.
     2.     Benjamin Davies, Farmer, of Bonyn, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog] co. Cardigan. 

     Yearly tenancy of a farm called Bonyn, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog] co. Cardigan. 
     Consideration: £21 annually.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/21
     Title: Draft Mortgage
     Date: 1870 April 5
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan, Esq. of Pigeonsford, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan and Barrett Price Jordan of Aberayron, co. Cardigan.
     2.     David Thomas, of Alban Sq, of Aberayron, co. Cardigan.

     For £1000 and interest, of a farm called Tredwr, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.
     A list of properties has been written on the back of this document in purple crayon.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note: Water damage. Part of the document has crumbled away. Due to its poor condition, this item has been flattened and is stored separately from the rest of the bundle in a protective sleeve.


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/22
     Title: Draft Lease
     Date: 1870 December
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan, Esq. of Pigeonsford, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan and Barrett Price Jordan of Aberayron, co. Cardigan.
     2.     The Trustees of the Pontgarreg School, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.

     For 99 years, of a piece of land for erecting a school, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.
     Consideration: Illegible.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note: Water damage. Parts of the document have crumbled away. Due to its poor condition, this item has been flattened and is stored separately from the rest of the bundle in a protective sleeve.


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/23
     Title: Draft Lease
     Date: 1871
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan, Esq. of Pigeonsford, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan and Barrett Price Jordan of Aberayron, co. Cardigan.
     2.     Daniel Rees, Master Mariner, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co.           Cardigan.

     For 60 years, of a dwelling house and land forming part of the farm of Tredwr (commonly known as Dolgnappan), p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.
     Consideration: 10s. annually.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note: Water damage. Parts of the document have crumbled away. Due to its poor condition, this item has been flattened and is stored separately from the rest of the bundle in a protective sleeve.


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/24
     Title: Copy Transfer of Mortgage
     Date: 1871 August 8
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Palmer, merchant of t. and co. Haverfordwest, and Richard James, land agent, of the same place.
     2.     John Bennett, gent., of Wolfsdale, co. Pembroke.
     3.     Sir Hugh Owen Owen, Baronet, of Ealing, co. Middlesex, and John Tucker Edwardes Esq. of Hook House, co. Pembroke.

     For £2000 and interest, of various ms., tenements and lands, p. Camrose, co. Pembrokeshire.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/25
     Title: Copy Mortgage
     Date: 1871 December 16
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     William Evans, Farmer, of Posty, Beetherstone, co. Pembroke.
     2.     Sir Hugh Owen Owen, Baronet, of Ealing, co. Middlesex and John Tucker Edwardes Esq. of Hook House, co. Pembroke.

     For £1500 and interest, of a farm and lands called Penyoider [?], p. Llandissilio [Llandysilio], co. Pembrokeshire.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/26
     Title: Draft Bond of Indemnity
     Date: 1872
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan, of Tenby, co. Pembroke, and Barrett Price Jordan, t. Aberayron, co. Cardigan.
     2.     Sir Hugh Owen Owen, Baronet, of Ealing, co. Middlesex and John Tucker Edwardes Esq., late of Hook House, co. Pembroke, now t. and co. Haverfordwest, co. Pembroke.

     Sum £228 13s. to be paid to party 2 from party 1. 
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/27
     Title: Counterpart Lease
     Date: 1876 September 27
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan, Esq., of Pigeonsford, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.
     2.     Thomas Owen, farmer, of Claimawr, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co.      Cardigan.

     Yearly tenancy of a farm called Claimawr, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.
     Consideration: £16 annually.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note: Some tearing. Due to its poor condition, this item has been flattened and is stored separately from the rest of the bundle in a protective sleeve.


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/28
     Title: Lease
     Date: 1878 July 27
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan and Barrett Price Jordan.
     2.     David Jones, farmer of Penrallt, p. Llandyssiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co. Cardigan and John Owens, farmer of Cillie, of the same parish.

     For the joint lives of the tenants, of a limekiln, coal yard and premises at Cwmtydy, p. Llandyssiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co. Cardigan.
     Consideration: £1 1s. annually.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


     Reference: PG/1/1/23/29
     Title: Lease
     Date: 1889 September 28
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content:
     1.     Morgan Jones, Esq. of Penylam, co. Cardigan, guardian of Richard Price Jordan, an infant.
     2.      Thomas Owen, Farmer of Claymawr, Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.

     Yearly tenancy of a farm called Claimawr, p. Llangranog [Llangrannog], co. Cardigan.
     Consideration: £17 5s. annually.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions.
     Note:


Reference: PG/1/1/24
Title: Mortgage by demise of sixty years
Date: 1853 January 17
Level: Item
Extent: 1m.
Scope and Content: 
1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan of Pigeonsford, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan.
2.     Catharine Evans of Glanymorllyn, p. Llandyssiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], co.      Cardigan.

Of that piece of land formerly part of the farm of Caerllan, p. Llandyssiliogogo [Llandysiliogogo], now called Glanymorllyn, and containing the dwelling house and coal yard of 2. Together with two small pieces of land or gardens lying next to the lower Lime Kiln on Pantyrynn Farm.
Consideration: of a yearly rent of 12s. 6d.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
Note:


Reference: PG/1/1/25
Title: Documents relating to the land called Wig, p. Llangrannog
Date: 1854-1875
Level: File
Extent: 3 items
Scope and Content: A lease and two letters relating to the land called Wig, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
Note:

     Reference: PG/1/1/25/1
     Title: Lease
     Date: 1854 October 2
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1m
     Scope and Content: 
     1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan, Esq., of Pigeonsford, co. Cardigan.
     2.     James Owen, farmer of Typhen, p. Penbryn, co. Cardigan. 

     For a term of 21 years, of land called Wig, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan.
     Consideration: £12 annually.
     Duties: couple of pullets and eggs.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


     Reference: PG/1/1/25/2
     Title: Letter from James Owen to Barrett Price Jordan, Esq.
     Date: 1875 September 6
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 p.
     Scope and Content: Letter from James Owen to B.P. Jordan Esq. concerning his lease of the land called Wig, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


     Reference: PG/1/1/25/3
     Title: Letter to Captain Jordan from Thomas Davies
     Date: 1875 July 13
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1p.
     Scope and Content: Letter to Capt. Jordan from Thomas Davies, relating to Wig farm, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


Reference: PG/1/1/26
Title: Rental Agreement
Date: 1870 May 27
Level: File
Extent: 2 items
Scope and Content: 
1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan of Pigeonsford, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan.
2.     William Surtees Raine Esq., now or late of Glangwyney, near Crickhowell, co. Brecon.

Of that mansion-house called Pigeonsford with all outbuildings, gardens and other appurtenances including one field of meadow or pasture called the Lawn. Together with the use of all furniture within the premises, also of fishing, shooting and timber rights on the estate of 1. For 1 year and then from year to year until the lease shall be deemed to expire. 
Consideration: yearly rent £120 by equal payments quarterly.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
Note: Includes a copy.


Reference: PG/1/1/27
Title: Releases relating the land called Troedyaur, co. Cardigan
Date: 1873-1876
Level: File
Extent: 3 items
Scope and Content: Three releases, ranging from 1873 to 1876, for the land called Troedyaur, in ps. Troedyraur [Troed-yr-aur] and Bettws Evan [Betws Ifan], co. Cardigan.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
Note:


     Reference: PG/1/1/27/1
     Title: Release
     Date: 1873 June 25
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content: 
     1.     Dorothea Bowen of Troedyraur, co. Cardigan, and William Rice Bowen Esq. of the same place.
     2.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan Esq. of Pigeonsford, co. Cardigan.

     Of m. called Troedyaur, ps. Troedyraur [Troed-yr-aur] and Bettws Evan [Betws Ifan], co. Cardigan.
     Consideration: £2000
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


     Reference: PG/1/1/27/2
     Title: Release
     Date: 1876 June 18
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content: 
     1.     Dorothea Bowen of Troedyraur [Troed-yr-aur], p. Bettws Evan [Betws      Ifan], co. Cardigan.
     2.     The Rev. Arthur James Bowen of the Rectory, p. Spaxton, co.           Somerset.
     3.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan Esq. of Pigeonsford, co. Cardigan.

     Of all claims of £1000 and interest.
     Recites a pre-nuptial settlement of 1827 between 1. James Bowen, 2. George Bowen, 3. The Rev. David Griffith, and 4. Dorothea Griffith.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note: 


     Reference: PG/1/1/27/3
     Title: Release of claims charged up the Troedyraur Estate
     Date: 1876 December 14
     Level: Item
     Extent: 1 m.
     Scope and Content: 
     1.     Mrs Dorothea Bowen, widow, of Troedyraur, co. Cardigan, now residing at Spaxton rectory, co. Somerset.
     2.     Capt. Henry Griffith Bowen Esq., of 88th Regiment of Foot, t. Sligo, Ireland .
     3.     Major George Bowen Jordan Jordan, Esq., of Pigeonsford, p. Llangranog, [Llangrannog] co. Cardigan.

     Of all claims and demands in respect of the sum of £1000, part of a sum of £5000 charged upon the Troedyraur Estate, co. Cardigan.
     Access Conditions: No restrictions
     Note:


Reference: PG/1/1/28
Title: Lease
Date: 1876 July 19
Level: Item
Extent: 1 m.
Scope and Content: 
1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan Esq., of Pigeonsford, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan.
2.     John Rees, farmer, of Penyfoel, p. Penbryn, co. Cardigan, and Thomas Davies, farmer of Temple Bar, p. Penbryn, co. Cardigan.

Of a m. called Pantygelly, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan.
Consideration: yearly rent £30.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
Note:


Reference: PG/1/1/29
Title: Articles of Agreement
Date: 1876 October 24
Level: Item
Extent: 1 m.
Scope and Content: 
1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan Esq., of Pigeonsford, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan.
2.     John Bowen, farmer, of Hendraws, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan.

Of that m. called Hendraws, p. Llangrannog, for 1 year and then from year to year until the lease shall be deemed to expire. 
Consideration: yearly rent of £10, payable in half-yearly instalments.
Access Conditions: No restrictions
Note:


Reference: PG/1/1/30
Title: Draft of lease of the Llainronw, p. Llangrannog
Date: 1881 May 3
Level: Item
Extent: 1 m.
Scope and Content: 
1.     George Bowen Jordan Jordan Esq., of Pigeonsford, p. Llangranog, co. Cardigan.
2.     Evan Davies, of Llainronw, p. Llangranog, co. Cardigan.

Of land called Llainronw, p. Llangrannog, co. Cardigan.
No term given.
Consideration: yearly rent £5
Access Conditions: No restrictions
Note:

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