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||1738 Dec. 29
||1. Hugh Lewis of Pontnewydd
||2. Mary Price of Bewmares
[Beaumaris/Biwmares], co. Anglesey, widow.
||3. Elizabeth Williams of Tu fry,
co. Anglesey, widow and John Griffith of Cefn Amlwch, Esq..
||MORTGAGE for a term of 99 years
of a messuage, tenement and lands with the appurtenances called Cefn or Cefn
cil tyfi, and a messuage, tenement and lands with the appurtenances called Y
Traian, pa.[rish] Llanwnda, for the securing of £100.
||1882 July 6
||LETTER: T. Millward, 36 College
Road, Garth, Bangor, to Miss Ellen Edwards, Britannia House, Llangefni,
hoping that Miss Lizzie and herself enjoyed their holidays despite the
weather. Patagonia has written an account of the ’Seiat Fawr’in the Celt,
which he is sending to her by concurrent book post for her perusal. He is
going to Amlwch on Saturday and
hopes to come as far as Llangefni. Asks her what she thinks of the photograph
of himself he is enclosing. Mr. Clarke has taken others of him, and should
they excel the enclosed copy, he will send her one.
||1798 1 Oct.
||COPY LETTER: Poole to Lord
Bulkeley from Fareham, Hants. He has been asked by Mr. Price of Amlwch to solicit Lord Bulkeley’s
interest for Thomas Roberts a cousin of Thos. Rathbone for the post of
surgeon in the militia.
||1801 8 Oct.
||COPY LETTER: Poole to Lord
Bulkeley at Baron Hill reporting on business connected with the county
meeting and on two meetings which were adjourned for lack of attendance. With
respect to the volunteer regiment, he had engaged a drill sergeant from Amlwch, but postponed the question
because preliminaries of peace were being signed. Asks for Lord Bulkeley’s
instructions on this point.
||PRESENTMENT to Anglesey Quarter
Session by Herbert Jones, Esq., J.P. of a road in the parish of Amlwch from a stream called Nant yr Hen
to a stream called Pen y Bont.
||1793 27 Nov.
||LETTER: T. Williams from London
to O. A. Poole. He agrees with Poole and the Corporation re divesting Lord
Newborough of some estates. Also stresses the need for improvements in the
town and its police force. Offers to discuss the question of the rating of
mines in Amlwch at their next
||1793 20 Dec.
||LETTER: T. Williams of Llanidan
to Poole; Poole will be visited by some Amlwch miners seeking stolen goods; he gives Poole instructions for
handling them. Endorsed with Poole’s copy reply giving a report on his
meeting with the miners. Some goods were recovered from the house of William
Ishmael and his wife.
||INFORMATION of Richard Timothy
of the parish of Llaneilian, co. Anglesey, yeoman, and Hugh Rowland of Amlwch, co. Anglesey, re a theft of
tools, etc. from Parys Mountain.
||1794 6 May
||LETTER: Thos. Williams to Poole.
The weather was so bad while he was at Llanidan, he could not cross the
water. He has since spent time at Amlwch and is now on board the Clermont Packet bound for Dublin. He
will answer Poole on his return.
||1795 19 June
||COPY LETTER: Poole to Thos.
Williams. Mr. Roberts, a young surgeon, is seeking the patronage of the Mine
Co. at Amlwch and intends to move
there. He is the son of Robert Isaac, a celebrated bone setter near Cricieth.
The country people speak well of him but he does not seem to have studied
Lord Chesterfield much. Poole is making this request on his behalf.
||1796 22 Feb.
||DRAFT NOTE to Wm. Hughes, Parys
Lodge, Amlwch, Anglesey, re a
demand on Parys Mine Co..
||LETTERS to Messrs. Poole from
Hugh Jones of Pencraig, G. B. Roose of Amlwch, Robert Prichard of Llwydiarth and William Vickers of Llanfair,
Holyhead, re business of Sir John Owen, Bart; raising money for him; his
business with Mr. Meyrick; collection of rents, etc..
||1781 15 Sept.
||LETTER: Foulk Jones of Amlwch to Poole. He has found no wrecks
or wreck goods apart from one boom which had been lying at Moelfre for
several years. He arranged with Hugh Sion James and Evan Prichard of Tynewydd
that it be sold for 15/- and promised them a crown for their trouble. However,
they have now refused to pay him any money at all for it, though they sold it
for 1 guinea to make a mast for a sand boat of William Evans at Moelfre. He
asks Poole to call these two to account.
||DRAFT SURVEY AND VALUATION of
the estates of Henry Earl of Uxbridge in the parishes of Penmynydd,
Aberffraw, Llanbeulan, Trewalchmai, Heneglwys, Llangwyllog, Llanfaelog,
Llanfaethlu, Llanbadrig, Amlwch,
Llaneilian, Llanwenllwyfo, Penrhosllugwy, Llandyfridog and Coedana, co.
Anglesey and Caerhun, Llanbedr, Bangor and Llanberis and Llanfair-is-Gaer,
co. Caernarfon. (Gives parish, name of farm, valuation).
||1811 5 Dec.
||COPY VALUATION of estates of the
Earl of Uxbridge in the parishes of Aberffraw, Llanbeulan, Trewalchmai,
Heneglwys, Llangwyllog, Llanfaelog, Llanfaethlu, Llanbadrig, Llangwenllwyfo, Amlwch and Coedana, co. Anglesey and
Caerhun, Llanbedr, Bangor, Llanberis and Llanfair-is-Gaer, co. Caernarfon.
||1811 4 Dec.
||COPY SURVEY of lands in the
parishes of Aberffraw, Llanbeulan, Trewalchmai, Heneglwys, Llangwyllog,
Llanfaelog, Llanfaethlu, Llanbadrig, Llangwenllwyfo, Amlwch and Coedana, co. Anglesey and Caerhun, Llanbedr, Bangor,
Llanberis and Llanfair-is-Gaer, co. Caernarfon.
||COPY SURVEY AND VALUATION of
estates of Henry, Earl of Uxbridge in the parishes of Amlwch and Llaneilian, co. Anglesey. Gives name of farm, acreage of
||COPY RENTAL of the estates of
Lord Anglesey, parishes of Llanedwen, Llanddaniel, Llanfihangel Esceifiog,
Llangwyllog, Llanidan, Newborough, Llanfeirlan, Llangefni, Llanffinan,
Llanfair Pwllgwyngyll, Llangoed, Llanfaes, Llaniestyn, Llanfihangel Dinsylwy,
Llansadwrn, Penmynydd, Pentraeth, Llanbedrgoch, Llanfair Mathafarn Eithaf,
Llanddyfan, Llangristiolus, Trefdraeth, Aberffraw, Llanbeulan, Trewalchmai,
Heneglwys, Bodwrog, Llandrygarn, Llanfaelog, Holyhead, Llanfaethlu,
Llanfechell, Llanrhuddlad, Llanbadrig, Amlwch, Llaneilian, Llanwenllwyfo, Penrhosllugwy, Llandyfridog. (Gives
name of property, name of tenants, rent, remarks, etc.).
||1819 9 Jan.
||INSTRUCTIONS FOR LEASES from the
Marquis of Anglesey in the parishes of Llansadwrn, Llanddyfnan, Llandysilio,
Heneglwys, Holyhead and Amlwch.
(Gives name of farm, tenant, acreage, rent, detalls of lease).
||MEMORANDUM as to Lord Uxbridge’s
right to a lease of Llechog Uchaf in the parish of Amlwch.
||1817 23 Jan.
||INSTRUCTIONS for leases from
Lord Anglesey re Tyddyndai in the parish of Amlwch and other property.
||1809 30 Aug.
||SALE NOTICE re estates in the
parishes of Amlwch, Llaneilian,
Llandyfridog, Llanbadrig, Llanfair Mathafarn Eithaf, Penmynydd, co. Anglesey
and Dwygyfylchi, co. Caernarfon. (Giving tenant, farm, acreage, and rents.)
With a contract between O. A. Poole, agent for the Earl of Uxbridge, and the
trustees of William Lewis for purchase of the above estates.
||MEMORANDUM re Penbol ucha parish
of Amlwch and Rhosybol, parish of Amlwch, co. Anglesey.
||1826 21 Nov.
||CASE AND OPINION of Thomas
Sheppherd re lands of John Price comprising part of Cae Rhos farthin in the
parish of Amlwch, co. Anglesey now
to be sold to the Marquis of Anglesey.
||1812 23 May
||1) James Roose of Amlwch, co. Anglesey, gent. 2) William
Hughes of Madyn Dysw in the parish of Amlwch, co. Caernarfon, gent. COPY ACREEMENT for a partition of
Llaethdy mawr and Pentregwian farms in the parish of Amlwch, co. Anglesey. The men were
formerly co-partners in a joint farming concern and now wish to break up the
partnership. With plan attached.
||INSTRUCTIONS for declaration
Earl of Uxbridge -v- Griffith Roberts. Also includes a list of covenants in a
lease of 1764 of Mynydd Muyn bach to Thomas Jones of Amlwch.
||1794 29 Aug.
||1) John Price of Mona Lodge, Amlwch, co. Anglesey, Esq. 2) The Rt.
Hon. Henry, Earl of Uxbridge. DRAFT ASSIGNMENT OF LEASE for a water corn mill
called Melin Engian in the manor of Treffos, co. Anglesey. Consideration
||1) The Marquis of Anglesey. 2)
Henry Prichard of Trercawen, co. Anglesey, Esq. DRAFT SURRENDER of premises
at Amlwch, co. Anglesey,
comprising a piece of ground formerly held by William Peters with the
dwelling houses erected thereon (boundaries outlined). With a plan of the
small quillets part of Madryn farm surveyed in 1817 by William Francis.
||1798 13 Nov.
||COPY LETTER to Edward Griffith,
Esq., Amlwch re a purchase from
the devisees of the late Mr. Price.
||1802 26 April
||COPY LETTER: Edward Griffith of
Ymmwlch [Amlwch?] to John Roberts,
attorney, Bangor, re a meeting with the son in law of Jane Roberts of Hendre
re a debt of £55 and the question of letting the son in law have the farm -
which is at present very badly managed. Griffith would give an answer only on
the question of the debt. Griffith considers the possibility of extending the
term of the lease to include the son in law’s life if proper covenants, such
as Mr. Smith’s were inserted. In this case the farm might regain its value.
Discusses possibility of legal action. "I must not have my land to be
thus continually made worse and worse". Discusses possible financial
arrangements with the son in law and expresses his need of money at present,
in exchange for a extension of lease. Discusses ways of compelling the tenant
to drain and manure the farm; "as Mr. Wardle does his tenants in this
neighbourhood". (He discloses that he made the widow an offer in 1795 of
a free cottage and garden for life and a present of £10 if she would give up farming
at Hendre.) He is undecided whether to evict them or come to an arrangement.
He won’t be contented with only payment of the arrears as his land has been
so badly injured. Asks the attorney to deal with the matter
||1805 19 Feb.
||1) William Evans of Hendre,
yeoman. 2) Edward Griffith of Ymmwlch [Amlwch?], Esq. AGREEMENT re lease of Hendre, 1804-1805 at rent of 68
guineas (farming covenants).
||1808 19 Feb.
||1) Edward Griffith of Ymmwlch [Amlwch?], Esq. 2) Capt. Robert Evans of
Caernarfon. AGREEMENT for sale of Hendre farm, with the sitting place in
Llanwnda church and right of commonage free and clear of land tax for £890.
The timber on the farm is to be valued by 2 men chosen by each party.
||DARFT SUPPLEMENTAL ABSTRACT OF
TITLE of Cadwalader Williams, yeoman, to a messuage called Cae fary in the
parish of Amlwch, co. Anglesey.
||1817 15 July
||1) Cadwaladr Williams of
Llangefni, co. Anglesey, shopkeeper. 2) The Marquess of Anglesey. DRAFT LEASE
for a year (part of a lease and release) of a messuage and lands called Cae
Fary in the parish of Amlwch, co.
||1817 16 July
||1) Paul Panton of Plasgwyn,
parish of Pentraeth, co. Anglesey, Esq. and Rev. H. Rowlands of Plasgwyn in
the parish of Llanedwen, co. Anglesey, clerk. 2) Cadwaladr Williams late of
Llwyn yr Arth now of Llangefni, co. Anglesey, shopkeeper. 3) The Marquess of
Anglesey. COVENANT to produce deeds relating to Cae Fary in the parish of Amlwch, formerly released by (1) to the
use of (2).
||1) Cadwaladr Williams of
Llangefni, co. Anglesey, yeoman (amended to shopkeeper). 2) The Marquess of
Anglesey. 3) William Lowe of the Inner Temple, London, gent. DRAFT RELEASE of
a messuage and lands called Cae Fary in the parish of Amlwch, co. Anglesey, held by William Hughes, tenant, which formerly
were part of a holding called Penbol ucha. Consideration £190. With plan.
||1) Cadwaladr Williams of
Llangefni, co. Anglesey, shopkeeper (formerly yeoman) and William Cadwalader
of Llwynyrarth in the parish of Llanbabo, co. Anglesey, yeoman, John Williams
of Tynrhos, parish of Llanbabo, yeoman, John Howells of Penybont in the parish
of Llanbrynmair, co. Montgomery, yeoman. 2) The Marquess of Anglesey. BOND in
£380 to indemnliy purchaser against claims of dower in the premises Cae Fary,
parish of Amlwch.
||1898 13 June
||COPY LICENCE TO ASSIGN (by way
of mortgage) the land, shop and premises called Shop y Maes in Castle Square,
Caernarfon from the Bangor People’s Cafe, Co., Ltd. to Mr. Joseph Hughes of
Trefdath, Amlwch, co. Anglesey,
shopkeeper, issued by Emma Williams.
||1616 1 July
||COPY WILL of Henry Rowlands,
Bishop of Bangor. Gives a brief biography of himself. To Dean and Chapter of
Bangor Cathedral leaves £20 for repairing the steeple with lead. (It is sadly
in need of repair though he left it in a better condition than he found it.)
To the poor of Bangor leaves £3. To the poor of Amlwch leaves £2. For repair of Amlwch Church £5; to the poor of Llangristiolus leaves £3 and £30 to
repair of church there. To the poor of Penmynydd £2; £2 for repair of Church
of Penmynydd; to the poor of Aberdaron and Llanfaelrhys in Llyn leaves £3 and
£1 to each of the two churches. To the poor of Llanrhaeadr in Dyffryn Clwyd
leaves £5. To the poor of Llandwrog leaves £3 and £1 for repair of church. To
the poor of parish of Meyllteyrn, Llyn, leaves £3 and £1 to repair of church;
£1 to repair of Botwnnog chapel. To the poor of parish of Penllech where he
went to school leaves £1. To the poor of Bryncroes leaves £1. To his eldest
sister Marsley Rowland leaves £10; to his sister Ellen £10; to his sister
Agnes £10; to his sister in law Jane, widow of his brother Edward Rowlands,
leaves £5. Various other legacies to relatives. To his brother Thomas Rowland
leaves a life interest in house and land called Llys lew in township of
Porthamel, comote of Menai, co. Anglesey: asks him to allow the tenant Evan
ap Eliza to continue to live there, and leaves him part of his farm stock.
After his death the property is to be vested in trustees. The money from the
property is for the establishment of a free grammar school in Meyllteyrn, or
Botwnnog. He makes various conditions re the schoolmaster to be appointed,
etc. Leaves Tyddyn yr Onnen alias Tyddyn y Penrhyn Oer and Tyddyn David in
Erianell, comote of Llifon, co. Anglesey, to fellows of the College of Jesus,
Oxford, to pay for a scholarship to Oxford for 2 scholars from Bangor and
Beaumaris [Biwmares] Grammar schools. To Edmund Griffith, Dean of Bangor,
leaves Tyddyn y Ddreinioes and Cae’r fynnon Hynyd and Caer Rhôs, parish of
Llanfaglan for 3 years, then the property is to go to his niece Margaret
Lloyd alias Margaret Rowland wife of John Lloyd, doctor of physic. Leaves
recently purchased lands Tyddyn y goval alias Plas Gwyn, Llwynnon, Llwyn Ogan
and a fulling mill called Pandu pwll fanogl and a house called Plas y modlew
and 3 other houses in the township of Porthamel and Bodlew, co. Anglesey
subject to certain charges to Richard Gwynn, Archdeacon of Bangor and
Chancellor of Bangor, for a term, then to Mr. David Owen and his heirs for 7
years to pay for education of the son of his nephew Henry Rowlands, a former
goldsmith of London, then for 3 years to Rowland Owen his godson and then to
Henry Rowlands, son of his nephew Henry Rowlands. To his wife Francis
Rowlands leaves a moiety of all his goods and money and as her one-third
dower portion gives her his lands in Perthmyrn and Bryn erys and the tenement
called Narnporth in the comote of Isgarfai [Isgwyrfai], co. Caernarfon.
Leaves her his house in George Street to live in on her death. Nantporth is
left to his cousin Edmund Griffith, Dean of Bangor, subject to a rent charge
to the Dean and Chapter for the maintenance of 2 poor scholars. They are to
be called "Huchines scholars" after his wife’s brother Mr.
Hutchines of Gloucester who left £100 to the school. He leaves the land which
he bought from Thomas Bold, gent. in the township of Castellor, Perthliyrn
and Bryneryr and Rhos Owen, commote of Tindaethwy, co. Anglesey, to trustees,
to maintain 6 old men who are to attend services regularly and conduct
themselves in a fitting manner; and other bequests including bequests of his
||1703 3 May
||COPY WILL of Richard Bulkeley of
Glanygors, co. Anglesey, gent. To his daughter Catherine Evans leaves 20/-
and to his grandson Thomas Evans, her eldest son, leaves 20/-. To John Evans
,another grandson, leaves £20 to be laid out in apprenticing him to a trade.
To his grandson Lewis Evans leaves £30 to be laid out in apprenticing him to
a trade. To his grand-daughter Margarett Evans leaves £50. To his son in law
Hugh Hughes of Tre’r draw, co. Anglesey, gent. leaves 20/- and to his
grandson Lewis Hughes son of Hugh Hughes aforesaid leaves 20/-. To his second
son Richard Hughes leaves £50 to settle him in a trade. To his third son John
Hughes leaves £20 to set him up in a trade. To his grand-daughter, Elizabeth
Hughes, leaves 20/- as he has already provided for her. To his daughter Gwenn
Bulkeley leaves a rent charge of £5 per annum for a term of 21 years, out of
lands in Coedare for the maintenance of herself and her children with a
second rent charge of £5 per annum for the space of 21 years for the maintenance
of his daughter Margaret Bulkely. To his sister Elizabeth Bulkeley leaves a
rent charge of 40/- out of 2 houses in the parish of Kerrig Ceinwen
[Cerrigceinwen] (unless she survives until the reversion of lands in parish
of Kerrig Keinwen [Cerrigceinwen] and Llangristiolus, purchased of John Lloyd
of Maesyporth, falls in, in which case the annuity is to cease and she is to
be considered one of the 5 persons receiving the charity from these lands).
To his servant Martha Williams leaves a rent charge of 40/- out of lands in
parish of Kerrig Ceinwen [Cerrigceinwen]. Leaves the reversion of a house and
lands called Kefn and other houses purchased from John Lloyd in the parishes
of Llangristiolus and Kerrig Keinwen [Cerrigceinwen] to his son Robert
Bulkeley and his grandsons Thomas Evans and Richard Hughes in trust to pay
the rents and profit to his five nearest relations as a charity selecting a
new recipient as vacancies arise, with a recommendation that the house be
converted into a dwelling house for 5 persons. Leaves all his other houses
and lands in the parishes and townships of Llangristiolus, Heneglwys, Kerrig
Keinwen [Cerrigceinwen], Amlwch,
Coedane, Truklwyn and Clygyrog, co. Anglesey (subject to the aforesaid
annuities) to his son Robert Bulkeley for his life and then to his grandson
Samuel Bulkeley and his heirs. To his daughter in law, wife of Robert
Bulkeley leaves 20/- for a ring. To Bangor Cathedral leaves 2/-. Nominates
his son Robert Bulkeley as executor, and instructs him to give 20/- to his
servant Michael Thomas on discharging him after his death.
||DRAFT WILL of Richard Jones of
Trewynn, co. Anglesey, gent. Leaves his house Trewynn (devised by James, Lord
Bulkeley) and £100 to his brother John Jones of Bodfeirig, co. Anglesey,
gent. in trust. He charges the above property with payments of his debts, and
leaves it to his wife Margaret. Leaves his stock, household and farming goods
to his wife Margaret. Leaves a moiety of a house in the parish of Llantrisant
called Meinir, leased to a charity school at Beaumaris [Biwmares], to his
brother Owen, subject to payment of his debts. He has also contracted with
Lord Bulkeley for purchase of Tyddyn lwyd, co. Anglesey. This is to be
carried through in the name of his brother John Jones and his heirs or if
completed before his death it is to pass to his brother John Jones and his
heirs. Leaves leasehold property in the parish of Penrhosllugwy called Cerrig
llithir and Maes Moudrith in the parish of Amlwch, also a moiety of a yard and row of houses (held in common with
William Hughes, agent to the Parys Mine Company,) to his sister Margaret
during the remainder of the term. Leaves £100 to his sister Margaret. Leaves
houses called The Cross Keys in Llanerchymedd, co. Anglesey to his nephew
John Edwards, son of his sister Mary by Griffith Edwards her late husband.
Leaves a house in the parish of Trewalchmai called Ty yn y llidiart to his
nephew Thomas Lewis, subject to a mortgage of £100 during his life and then
to John Roberts Sparrow of Red Hill, co. Anglesey, Esq. in trust for the
heirs of Thomas Lewis. Leaves all his stock, farming tools, etc. at Trysdwya,
part of a holding called High Moyl, parish of Amlwch, to Robert Parry of Glasgrig subject to a charge of £10 to
Margaret the sister of the said Robert Parry. Leaves £100 to the children of
his sister Elizabeth by John Owen her husband and also another £100 being his
shares in the Amlwch
Shipping Co. £500 loaned to Mrs. Lloyd of Llidiarth, co. Anglesey, widow, is
not to be called in during her life unless default is made in payment of the
interest. The interest from this and the principal itself on her death he
leaves to his brothers Owen and John. Appoints his brothers as executors.
||DRAFT WILL of Richard Jones of
Trewyn, co. Anglesey, gent. Recites that Lord Bulkeley leased Trewyn to him
and that he is lessor for the remainder of term of 21 years of a house, etc.
called Cae Warren, parish of Llandyfrydog, formerly leased to Thomas E. Owen,
rector of same parish, by Owen Putland Meyrick, on condition he conveyed Cae
Warren and a quillet called Trewyn to his wife Margaret and nephew Thomas
Lewis. He now does so. Also leaves his furniture, livestock, etc. to wife
Margaret. He is also tenant in common with John Jones of Beaumaris
[Biwmares], gent. of a house in parish of Llantrisant called Meinir leased to
them by the feoffees of a charity school at Beaumaris [Biwmares]. Leaves this
with its livestock, tools, etc. to his brother Owen Jones for remainder of
lease. Leaves his house and lands in the parish of Llechylched, co. Anglesey
called Tyddyn y llwyd, lately purchased from Lord Bulkeley, to nephew Thomas
Lewis. Devises a house in parish of Penrhosllugwy, co. Anglesey called Cerrig
Llithur, held under Rev.Richard Williams, clerk for 21 years, and also a
house in parish of Amlwch called
Maer Meredith, and property which he holds jointly with Mr. Williams Hughes,
agent to the Pary’s Mine, Co. at Amlwch, comprising a row of houses there leased from the mining
company, to his brother John Jones; also a bond in connection with one of the
properties and £25. Also leaves house in parish of Trewalchmai, co. Anglesey
called Tyn y llidiart held by William Hughes, shoemaker, and a house in same
parish called Bryn y Dderwen to brother in law John Owen of Feram, parish of
Llangwyfan, co. Anglesey, yeoman, to whom he bequeaths residue of his goods
and whom he appoints as executor. Gives £210 to be divided between the
children of his sister Margaret. Also leaves 2 leasehold houses called the
Cross Keys, formerly used as one house in the parish of Llanerchymedd, co.
Anglesey (tenants given) and a house in Llanerchymedd held by Robert Owen,
sergeant, to nephews John Edwards and Richard Williams.
||1) Jenkyn Evans of
Llanerchymedd, co. Anglesey, shoemaker. 2) Thos. Jones of Erianell, co.
Anglesey, yeoman. DRAFT ASSIGNMENT of leasehold premises (leased from John
Margle of Llwydiart, co. Anglesey, Esq. in 1743) of a house recently built by
Catherine Roberts and the garden belonging to it in the parish of Amlwch, co. Anglesey, which was later
assigned by Catherine Roberts to Jenkyn Evans in 1752. Consideration
||1) William Lewis of Llanddyfnan,
co. Anglesey, Esq. 2) Hugh Thomas of the same county, gent. DRAFT MORTGAGE by
demise for 21 years of houses and lands called Trysolwyn and a house mill and
lands called Tyddyn Grythyr, Melin Trysglwyn, and a quillet belonging to
Penbol ucha, Ty hen and a quillet in Rhosybol Cegin, Y Maes meredith, Tythyn
Rhose and Rhose y Boll in the parish of Amlwch, co. Anglesey. (To secure £162.6s.0d. plus interest).
||1) Foulk Jones of Amlwch, co. Anglesey, gent. and Jane his
wife. 2) Rev. Robert Evans of Trego, co. Anglesey, clerk. DRAFT MORTGAGE by
demise for 500 years of Llwyd Coed alias Llwyd Coed fawr in the parish of
Llanllyfni, co. Caernarfon. Consideration £300. With a draft deed, giving
details of a fine on the above premises.
||1) Herbert Jones of Llynnon, co.
Anglesey, Esq. 2) John Jones. DRAFT OF A BUILDING LEASE for 3 lives of land
in the parish of Amlwch, co.
Anglesey. Rent £1. 2s. 0d.
||1) John Jones of Bodynfa, co.
Anglesey, Esq. 2) Thomas Rushton of Liverpool, brewer and maltster, and John
Linton of Liverpool, gent. DRAFT BUILDING LEASE for 3 lives of a site for a
brewery in the parish of Amlwch at
a place called Amlwch Port,
land formerly held by William Jones, surgeon, with rights over water for the
operation of the Brewery from a well or spring called the Ellath and
permission to lay water pipes, etc. Rent £15. 15s. 0d. per annum.
||1) Rowland Hughes of
Hendregardiog, co. Anglesey, gent. 2) John Jones of Bodynyfod, co. Anglesey,
Esq. 3) R. Lloyd of Porth-Amel, co. Anglesey, gent. DRAFT ASSIGNMENT of
mortgage by demise for 500 years of houses and lands in the parish of Amlwch, co. Anglesey. To secure £300.
||1783 13 Nov.
||1) John Griffith Lewis of
Llanddyfnan, co. Anglesey, Esq. 2) Richard Jones of Trysclwyn, co. Anglesey,
yeoman. LEASE for 21 years of a house and lands called Maes Meredith in the
parish of Amlwch, co. Anglesey (in
consideration of the surrender of the Trysclwyn lease) subject to an
agreement with the Paris Mine Co., granting certain concessions. Rent £10 per
||1784 15 May
||1) Moses Roberts of Amlwch, co. Anglesey, yeoman and
Magdalen his wife (only child of Rowland Hughes and Ellen his wife, daughter
and heiress of Hugh Owen, gent). 2) Thomas Prichard of Caer Tonnan, parish of
Llandwrog, co. Caernarfon, gent. DRAFT RELEASE of the reversion of an estate
in the parish of Llangefni, co. Anglesey, called Ty mawr, a house in parish
of Llangristiolus, called Tan y Coed, a house in the parish of Cerrigceinwen
called Ynys Hwfa and houses and lands in the parish of Cerrigceinwen called
Cae Garw, Ty Rhedyr, Cae Ronw, Llain Caer Pwll, Llain yn Cerrig ceinwen,
||1) Moses Roberts of Amlwch, co. Anglesey, yeoman and
Magdalene his wife, daughter and heiress of Rowland Hughes and Ellen, heiress
of Hugh Owen, gent. 2) Thos. Prichard of parish of Llandwrog, co. Caernarfon,
gent. DRAFT LEASE for 1 year of land in parish of Llangefni, co. Anglesey
called Ty mawr, formerly held by Robert Owen, yeoman, and a house in parish
of Llangristiolus called Tai yn y Coed, formerly held by Thos. Edwards,
yeoman. A house called Ynys Hwfa in parish of Cerrigceinwen called Caer Garw
held by J. Llewelyn, yeoman, and a house in Cerrigceinwen called Ty Rhidyn
held by Roberts Owen and house called Caer Orw held by Hugh Hughes, yeoman in
same parish of Cerrigceinwen called Caer Bwll, Llayn yn Cerrig ceinwen, Caer
Wern, held by John John Roberts, gent. (Part of lease and release.)
||1785 7 Nov.
||1) Richard Jones late of
Trysclwyn but now of Trewyn, parish of Llandyfridog, co. Anglesey, yeoman. 2)
John Byrne of Maes Meredith, parish of Amlwch, co. Anglesey, mine agent. COUNTERPART LEASE for 19 years of the
house and lands called Maes Meredith in the parish of Amlwch, co. Anglesey, subject to an
agreement with the Paris Mine Co., granting certain concessions of access
with their teams for transporting the copper ore. Rent £20.
||1) John Owen of Gwredog, parish
of Amlwch, co. Anglesey, yeoman.
2) Rice Lloyd of Besumaris [Biwmares], co. Anglesey, gent. ASSIGNMENT OF
LEASE for 3 lives (of 1785) of lands and two dwelling houses near the Port of
Amlwch, co. Anglesey,
called Bryn Elath (tenants David Hughes and Robert Griffith).
||NOTES ON TITLE to Penbol uchaf
and quillets in Rhosybol, parish of Amlwch (quotes deeds 1741-1794).
||1) John Hughes of Amlwch Port, parish of Amlwch, co. Anglesey, victualler. 2)
Jonathan Roose the younger of Amlwch, co. Anglesey, merchant. DRAFT MORTGAGE of a lime kiln and lime
house and the land on which it stands on part of a farm called Bod Ednyfed in
the parish of Amlwch
(boundaries outlined). Also assignment of personal estate, etc. towards
liquidating a bond debt of £250 plus interest.
||1) Ann Barnston of Chester City,
widow and administratrix of will of Rev. Robert Barnston, deceased. 2) Rice
Thomas of Brynyneuadd, co. Caernarfon, Esq., son and heir of Wm. Thomas late
of Coed Helen, deceased, and wife. 3) Unnamed trustees. COPY DRAFT ASSIGNMENT
of mortgage by demise of estates in co. Caernarfon from (1) to (3) in trust
for (2) of estates devised in an indenture of 1745 comprising a capital
messuage and demesne, called Coed allen or Coed Helen in the town of
Caernarfon, and lands called Coed hiva, Cae hiva, Talyrna, Cae Mawr, in
parish of Llanbeblig and houses called Tyhendre and Cae Philip, Caer Twthill,
Cae Twthill isa, Hendu and Neiston, parish of Llanbeblig and houses, etc.
called Neuodd Commes alias neuadd Conmas, Nantyfian, Tregynrugfawr, y feilie
and Buarth Tu Voel in the parish of Llanbadrig, co. Anglesey. A capital
messuage and demesne called Glascoed, messuages called Glascoed, Vanadle,
Glascoed Eithin, Cae Gronwygan, Y daol Wen, Bryn hagle, Cae’r yn Coed, Cae
Mebissa, Y Park bach, Coetwr Uchain, Cae gwair, Buarth da, Beevin, Cefn y
tyddyn, Cae Calch, Cae n’y Coed alias Park, Gwerglodd da, Beevan, Glanrafon,
alias Coed Glanrafon, Ty’r glan rafon in the parish of Llanddeiniolen, held
by Hugh Griffith. Also of houses called Llys and Tai noision, parish of
Llanddeiniolen and Glanrafon Issa, parish of Llanrug, and a house and lands
called Tyn y maes alias Tai’n y maes and blank hostess in the parish of
Llanfair-is-Gaer and houses and lands called Cae Derby and Tyddyn bach, parish
of Llanbeblig and houses called Caua and Bodlass, parish of Llanfihangel
Bachellach, and houses called Ty yn y nant, Ty yn y Lymna and Hendre-goed,
parish of Llaniestyn and houses called Bottunod fawr, Bauven llaich du,
Bettws Pant y asag, Plas Bottunod, Tyddyn y Waen, Castell, Penybryn, Y
Northwen bach, Tir Croes and Cae Sir Rhys, in the parish of Amlwch, co. Anglesey, and house called
Cadnant in the parish of Llandegfan, co. Anglesey and house called Clorach in
the parish of Llandyfridog, co. Anglesey and houses called Henber alias
Henalelwyd and Tyddyn y gwynt, parish of Llangeinwen, co. Anglesey, and
houses called Ty mawr, in the parish of Llanwenllwyfo.
||1799 1 Jan.
||1) Stephen Roose of Amlwch, gent. by direction of Sir Robert
Williams, Bart. of Plas y Nant, co. Caernarfon. 2) Margaret Roberts of
Bodfeirig, parish of Aberffraw, co. Anglesey, spinster. ASSIGNMENT of a
mortgage - by demise of house and lands in co. Caernarfon called Maes incle.
To secure £500.
||1) The executors of Henry
Prichard, party to a certain release of 1790. 2) The executors of Thomas
Williams, party to the release of 1790. 3) Michael Hughes, a party to the
same release. 4) Edward Hughes. 5) Paul Panton. 6) Evan Williams. SURRENDER
AND QUIT CLAIM of certain mortgaged lands in the parish of Amlwch, co. Anglesey. Recites previous transactions since 1745
affecting the said premises.
||1813 21 March
||1) Thos. Jones of Pantgraianog,
parish of Conwy, co. Caernarfon, miner, eldest son and heir of Philip Jones,
late of Amlwch, co. Anglesey. 2)
Hugh Ellis of Caer cappel, parish of Llanelian, co. Anglesey, farmer.
ASSIGNMENT OF LEASEHOLD premises (leassd from Thos. James, Lord Bulkeley in
1776) of fields adjoining the lands of Hugh Thomas, gent., in the parish of
Llaneilian, co.Anglesey. Consideration £40.
||1817 19 June
||1) Stephen Roose, late of Ty
mawr, now of Bryntirion, parish of Amlwch, co. Anglesey, gent. 2) Hugh Evans of Henblas, co. Anglesey,
Esq. 3) Wm.Thomas of Cefn, co Caernarfon, gent. 4) O. A. Poole of Gorphwysfa,
co. Caernarfon, gent. DRAFT RELEASE OF certain premises in the parish of
Llanwnda, co. Caernarfon called Tyhen and Tynewydd alias Tainewydd.
||1822 6 Aug.
||1) O. A. Poole of Gorphwysfa,
co. Caernarfon, gent. 2) Sir William Bulkeley Hughes of Plas Coch, co.
Anglesey, Knight. 3) Zaccheus Paynter of Amlwch, co. Anglesey, gent. 4) John Paynter of Maes y Llayn, co.
Anglesey, gent. DRAFT RELEASE of Tyddyn Esa Hir held by Robert Hughes and
fields, etc. called Tyddyn y Groes held by Thos. Morris in the parish of
Llaneilian, co. Anglesey. Consideration £220.
||1809 30 Aug.
||ACCOUNT OF BIDDINGS and SALE
NOTICE re the estates of the late J. G. Lewis, Esq., deceased, in the
parishes of Amlwch, Llaneilian,
Llandyfridog, Llanbadrig, Llanfair Mathafarn Eithaf and Penmynydd,
co.Anglesey, and in the parish of Dwygyfylchi, co. Caernarfon. Lists farms,
tenants, acreage, rents.
||1812 15 April
||SALE NOTICE of estates in
Anglesey to be sold by auction in the parishes of Amlwch and Llaneilian, gives some details of lessees, includes land
leased to Mona Mine Co.
||PLAN of Glasgraig in the parish
of Amlwch with references, giving
acreages of various parcels.
||1829 4 April
||COPY LETTER: William Lowe of the
Temple to Robert Williams, Bart., re the purchase of estates in the parishes
of Amlwch and Llaneilian, by the
Earl of Uxbridge from the late Viscount Bulkeley; and discussing the
ejectments served on his tenants by John Hughes Ellis for recovery of
quillets in the farms called Taldrws, Cae Telyniur, Rhos bach, Cae dormen
wen, Llaingan and Cae y scybor.
||COPY CASE of Mr. Griffith of
Cefnamwlch. Gives details of a marriage settlement 1710 of William Griffith,
Esq., and Mary Lake devising lands in co. Caernarfon, with conditions re the
maintenance of his wife in the event of her surviving him. William Griffith
died without issue leaving a wife and his heir - a brother, John Griffith, in
1714. Gives details of a subsequent release of the said premises (1718). John
Griffith died in 1739 leaving Anne, his widow, and William Griffith, his son
and heir to whom the estate, subject to certain rent charges, passed. The
estate was also subject to payment of interest on £3000 and William Griffith
got little benefit from it and sought legal advice on the question of his
estates. In 1742, however, he was unwillingly forced by one of the trustees
into a conveyance of his capital messuage called Keven Amlwch and other houses and lands of his in co. Caernarfon to John
Hosier and his heirs in order that a common recovery might be suffered.
Certain provisos were still made concerning an allowance to his wife Sidney,
to be paid from the estate and other unfavourable provisos re the reversion.
He seeks an opinion on whether a court of equity would allow him to take away
the ’pin money’ of his wife and alter the revision.
||1786 12 April
||BILL OF COMPLAINT of William
Jones, Amlwch, co. Anglesey, miner
and Jane his wife, administratrix of the estate of Richard Parry of Clegir
Mawr in the parish of Llabeulan, co. Anglesey. He inherited Richard Parry’s
personal estate. She alleges that in 1781, when Richard Parry was threatened
with the sale of his effects, he deposited a quantity of oats, hay, farm
animals and furniture with the defendsnt for sefe custody. The action is for
||DRAFT BILL in the case John
Hughes of Amlwch, co. Anglesey,
merchant -v- Thomas Owen of Havod ty ordderch parish of Llansadwrn, co.
Anglesey in a dispute over a debt.
||BRIEF for the defendant William
Hughes, Edward Hughes, Michael Hughes, Stephen Boose, brewers and partners, Amlwch, -v- Edward Edwards, alehouse
keeoer, Beaumaris [Biwmares], for a debt of £7. 1s. 0d.
||(34 Geo. III) (1794)
||1) John Hughes of Amlwch, co. Anglesey, yeoman, and Edward
Prichard of Clwch dernog in the parish of Llanddeusant, co. Anglesey, yeoman.
2) William Peacocke of Fort Caesar, co. Anglesey, Esq. DRAFT GENERAL RELEASE
of all manner of legal actions, etc.
||1793 27 Aug.
||WARRANT of attorney to confess
judgement for £160 due by bond, William Hughes of Amlwch, chandler to Robert Horne of Amlwch, gent.
||DRAFT AFFADAVIT of John Jones of
Amlwch in the case Hughes &
Co. -v- Robert Griffith explannng how he let a house in Llanerchymedd,
co.Anglesey, to the defendant. The rent was not paid and a execution took
||PLAN of the road to Amlwch from Tyn’y maen chapel to the
boundary of the parishes of Llanfihangel and Llanddeusant submitted to
Anglesey Quarter Sessions in the case Rex -v- John Griffith.
||PRESENTMENT to Quarter Sessions
- Anglesey: recites previous charge of Fortunatus Rowland of Amlwch of an asssault on Mary Jones by
Arthur Williams, labourer of Penybryn, and how Fortinatus Rowland requested
security of the peace for himself against Arthur Williams. He was entrusted
to the custody of John Roberts of Trwynmelyn but managed to escape. John
Roberts is indited for neglecting his duty.
||DRAFT BILL OF OCMPLAINT of
Richard Ellis of Beaumaris [Biwmares], and Catherine his wife, John Edwards
of Beaumaris [Biwmares] and Elizabeth his wife, William Davies of Ty fadir,
parish of Amlwch, co. Anglesey,
and Mary his wife, Rice Jones o Tynyllan, parish of Llanddona, co. Anglesey
and Margaret his wife, John Hughes of Trian in the parish of Llandyfridog,
co. Anglesey and Ann his wife, William Davies of Boady Gwyn in the parish of
Llanfechell and Owen Owen of the parish of Llandyfridog, yeoman, John Owen of
Trian baen, parish of Llandyfridog, Thomas Owen of Tyddyn dau in the parish
of Amlwch, mariner, Richard
Owen of the parish of Llanfaes, yeoman and Grace Jones of Beaumaris
[Biwmares], spinster, to the Justices of Great Sessions, in a dispute over
the inheritance of the personal estate of Grace Lewis of Coed Cadw, parish of
Llaniestyn, co. Caernarfon, and John Williams her brother. They accuse John
Parry and Elizabeth the wife of Owen Davies of attempting to defraud them of
||1) Peter Hughes of Amlwch, co. Anglesey, miner. 2) James
Bradley of Penrhos, co. Anglesey, gent. DRAFT BILL OF SALE of a sloop called
the Caesar of the port of Amlwch. Consideration £20.
||1) Rice Thomas of Coed Helen,
co. Caernarfon, Esq. 2) William Griffith of Amlwch, co. Anglesey, yeoman, Griffith Jones of Nant y fran and Evan
Griffith of Llandyfridog, co. Anglesey. DRAFT TAKE NOTE for 3 years re mining
rights to the ores under the farm called Penbron, co. Anglesey (formerly held
by Owen Owens). Royalties 1/8, with covenant to fill in worked out shafts and
pits. Owner reserved right of inspection.
||1830 12 July
||LETTER: G. B. Read of Amlwch to Poole asking for a list of
burgesses. He estimates that there are about 50 supporters in his
||1831 22 Sept.
||COPY LETTER: R. A. Poole to G.
R. Roose. He plans to counter the anti-reformers by bringing in a host of
supporters from Amlwch to vote at
the election of bailiffs on Michaelmas day. Begs G. R.Roose to take a hand in
the matter as his other agent, E. Evans is an amateur in these matters. He
wants him to appear at the head of 120 Anglesey supporters by 10.00 a.m. on
election day. Tells him to avoid alarming their opponents until the deed is
||1831 24 Sept.
||MEMORANDUM re election matters
re sending coaches to Amlwch and
||1831 26 Sept.
||NOTE: Mr.Roose of Amlwch to Poole re the election.
||1831 24 Sept.
||LIST of Caernarfon burgesses at Amlwch and its neighbourhood (gives
name, address, observations of their ability to walk to the election at
Caernarfon). Also some details of occupation.
||1831 11 Sept.
||COPY LETTER: Richard A. Poole to
John Sanderson of Plasnewydd. He has been looking over past poll books to see
what majority his side needed to win the election of bailiffs. He suggests
mustering up to 150 men (including Amlwch voters). He recommends Evan Evans, who did well as an agent in
the last election.
||1 bundle of correspondence of
Mr. Herbert Jones to O. A. Poole. (Including correspondence re presentment of
highways at Amlwch, Coedana,
Llandyfrdwy, Llanfihangel Tre’r Beirdd, Penrhosllugwy, Llanengrad and
Llanfair Mathafarn Eithaf, parishes.)
||1 bundle of correspondence of
Messrs. Poole with Herbert Jones of Llynon, co. Anglesey. Includes
correspondence re a fine to be levied on the farms Llynon, Demesne, Newhaven,
Llynon mill and Meriogan in the parish of Llanddeusant; Tai Hen, Dwmchwa,
Carnon Coch, in the parish of Llanbadrig; Tan Rallt and Penrallt in the
parish of Bodedern; Neuadd Wen, Bryn y pipir, Bryn y Llain and Berth, parish
of Llanfachraeth; and houses in the town of Amlwch; a lawsuit with Col. Peacocke on account of clothes etc. left
with the Regiment which Mr. Jones appropriated for the use of his men.
Correspondence re various actions of Herbert Jones and re various business
letters and an advertisement re sale of Cilan r’avon in the parish of
Llanbedrgoch; re the assault made on the life of Herbert Jones by George
Ramsden of co. Anglesey. Correspondence re various items of Quarter Session
business. Correspondence re a forcible entry and ejectment of Jane Owen and
her sister by an agent of Mrs. Griffiths of Bangor.
||DRAFT AFFADAVIT of Foulk Jones
of Amlwch, co. Anglesey, gent.
that he and his wife Jane were parties to two deeds of 1774 re land and
premises in the parish of Llanllyfni, co. Caernarfon.
||1794 23 May
||LETTER from Mr. Jackson of the
Tide Mills, Liverpool, to Poole, Beaumaris [Biwmares], re a debt owed by
William Thomas of Carrick Mawr near Amlwch. Asks Poole to take proceedings. Mr. Thomas has a cargo of flour
on board the ship Portland and so can easily afford to pay the debt.
||1 bundle of correspondence,
receipts, etc. of Mr. Thomas Eyton of Bodvary forge, Flintshire, re the
collection of rent from Mr. John Hughes of Amlwch Port, co. Anglesey.
||1797 18 Aug.
||LETTER: Williams and Mary Hughes
of Amlwch asking Poole to collect
money from John Daniel, due for tobacco, snuff and loaf sugar.
||1801 3 Nov.
||COPY LETTER: O. A. Poole to Mr.
Broadhead, Tregof, near Amlwch,
Anglesey. Reminds him of a debt of £30 owed by his late son.
||1830 19 Nov.
||LETTER: H. Jones of Pencraig to
O. A. Poole, discussing the question of a new turnpike road between Beaumaris
[Biwmares] and Amlwch.
||1675 28 Aug.
||1. Ellin Wynne of Plascoch,
widow, and Thomas Wynne of Glascoed, gent., eldest son and heir apparent of
the said Ellin. 2. Richard Wynne of Glasinfryn, Esq., David Lloyd of
Llwydiarth, co. Ang., Esq., and Hugh Lewis of Pontnewydd [Bontnewydd], gent..
3. Griffith Carreg of Carreg, gent., and Maurice Griffith of Methlem, gent.
MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT touching the capital messuage of Bodgadle and the moiety
of the mill called Melin Tu yn y coed in Llanfihangel Bachelleth, and other
messuages and lands of 1. in Llanfihangel Bachelleth, Llannor, Llangian,
Llanengan, Llaniestyn, Nefyn, Edern, and Strodiegeyrth, formerly belonging to
Griffith Lloyd of Bodgadle and Evan Lloyd, the father and grandfather
respectively of the said Ellin Wynne; also the capital messuage of Glascoed
in Dinorwig and other messuages and lands in Llanddeiniolen, Dinorwig,
Llanfairisgaer, Bangor, Faenol Bangor, Llanrug, Caernarfon, Llanbeblig, Betws
Garmon, Llanfihangel Bachellaeth, Llaniestyn, Tre’r Glynn, Nefyn and Edern,
and the messuage called Werthyr in the township of Bottunod, co. Angl. and
other messuages and lands in Amlwch, Bottunod, Clorach, Llanbadrig, Rhosmynach, Llaneilian, Penrhos,
Dulas, Llanfihangel Esceifiog, Trefdraeth, Newborough, Llanbedr, Dwyran,
Llandegfan, Porthaethwy and Llandysilio; and touching messuages and lands
called Cayre, Bodlas, Cefn y gaer and Bwlch y groes, and all those stone
inclosures at Cayre aforesaid (except the greatest stone inclosure); and
touching the messuage and lands called Tyddyn Bachellaeth and Llys, and the
water corn mill called Melyn y Crawie; and the messuage called Tyddyn y Tai
Croesion and the close called Cae yn y Coed; and the messuage called
Rhiwgoch, all in Dinorwic; and the messuages and lands called Tai yn y maes
in Llanfairisgaer; and Brynglas and Tyddyn yr Aer bach in Bangor; and Tyddyn
Llaethdu in Amlwch; and
Tyddyn y Bisle. Consideration: £1000 and marriage of said Thomas Wynne with
Mary, niece of Griffith Jones of Castellmarch, Esq., deceased.
||1693 25 Oct.
||1. Owen Wynne of Glascoed, Esq..
2. Richard Edwards of Nanhoron, Esq., and Hugh Lewis of Bontnewydd, Esq.
MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT touching the capital messuage of Glascoed and estates in
Llanddeiniolen, Dinorwig, Llanfairisgaer, Bangor, Faenol Bangor, Llanrug,
Caernarfon, Llanbeblig, Betws Garmon, Llanfihangel Bachellaeth, Llaniestyn,
Tre yr Glyn, Llannor, Llangian, Llanengan, Nefyn, Edern, Strodiegyrth and
Pistyll, and also the messuage called Pibron, pa.[rish] Llanbadrig, and
estates in co. Anglesey as in No.1 (Amlwch....Llandysilio), the messuage called Llys and the water corn
mill called Melin y Crawie; Tai yn y Maes and storehouse near Moylyon [?Moel
y don]; Brynglas and Tyddyn yr aer bach, pa.[rish] Bangor; Tyddyn y Bisle;
Tyddyn bach, Penrhos y Gwalie, Tyddyn y Llwyn, Glan yr Afon, parishes Llanrug
and Llanbeblig; Fodol Ucha, Fodol Ganol and Fodol Issa, in Bangor.
Consideration: £1500 (£700 to John Grosvenor, Esq. clearing mortgage on
estate in Botunnod; £400 to Griffith Wynne and Ellen Wynne, only brother and sister
of 1.; further £100 to Ellen Wynne; £300 to 1. and marriage of 1. with Grace,
niece of 3. (Articles of Marriage of 27 July 1686 missing.)
||1718 1 March
||1. Rice Thomas of Glascoed,
Esq., and Gaynor his wife. 2. John Griffith of Llanddyfnan and Richard Thomas
of Caernarfon. DEED TO LEAD USES before a fine touching the capital messuage
of Glascoed and appurtenances called Glascoed Fanadle, Glascoed Eithin, Cae
Gronw Cam, Y Ddolwen, Brynhagle, Cae’r Mab Isa, Y Parc bach, Brynhayle, Cae
yn y coed, Cae tu’r Uchain, Cae Gwair, Buarth Da Bevan, Cefn y Tyddyn, Cae
Calch, Cae yn y Coed alias Y Park, Gwerglodd Da Bevan, Melin y Crowia alias
Melin y Glascoed, Penygaer, Rhiw Goch, Llys Tyddyn y Felin, Cae Corniog, Cae
Mawr, Tai Creision, Gweirglodd y felin, Caer felin, Ty-yn-glan’rafon, Glan’r
Afon, Yn Ynys, all in pa.[rish] Llanddeiniolen; messuages and lands called
Bryn Glas, Tyddyn Bach, Fodol Ucha, Fodol Ganol, Fodol Isa, Tyddyn Du, Cae
Mellog, quillets in Bryn Mawr, all in pa.[rish] of Bangor; messuages and
lands called Tyddyn Bisle, Glan’r Afon, Dol Bleddin, pa.[rish] Llanrug;
messuages and lands called Tyddyn y Llwyni House and Cae Derby, Pen’rhos and
Tyddyn Bach, pa.[rish] Llanbeblig; Tu yn y maes, pa.[rish] Llanfaer Isgaer;
Bodgadle, Bryn Ceirch, Bodlas, quillet in Bwlch y y Mynydd, Caera, and three
parks, pa.[rish] Llanfihangel Bachellaeth; Cae Gorus, quillet in Nant y Glyn,
Bwlch y Groes Ucha and Isa, Hendre Goed, Tyddyn Pen y Sarn, pa.[rish]
Llaniestyn; messuages and lands (unspecified) in pa.[rish] Llannor, and
whatever other lands in the said parishes and in parishes of Llangian,
Llanengan, Nefyn, Edern, and Pistyll; and also messuages and lands in co.
Anglesey called Botunod Fawr, Porth yr Hwch, Y Borthwen bach, Pibron,
Borthwen fawr, Plas Botunod, Byrwen, Betws, Castell, Erw’r Iar, Cae Syr Rhys,
Gaerwen, Hafod y Llyn bach, Cefn’r Garth, Llaeth du, Pen y bryn, Pen y Cyw,
Pont y Gaseg, Tyddyn y Berth, Pilwrn, Tyddyn y Waen, Tyddyn Sion Goch,
Treffynnon, and Werthir, all in the pa.[rish] Amlwch; Carreg yr Halen and Chamber Borth, pa.[rish] Llandysilio;
Cadnant, pa.[rish] Llandegfan; Cefn Du, pa.[rish] Llanfihangel Ysceifiog; Hen
Bont (otherwise Hen Aelwyd in nos. 14 and 15) Tyddyn y Gwynt, pa.[rish]
Llangeinwen; Pwll Grach, pa.[rish] Llanbadrig; Ty Mawr, pa.[rish]
Llanwenllwyfo; and other messuages and lands (unspecified) in parishes
Llandyfrydog (Clorach in pa.[rish] Llandyfrydog in no. 4) and Newborough and
||1740 7-8 March
||1. As 2. in XD5/13. 2. Henry
Ellis of Caernarfon, gent., and William Prichard of the same, gent. 3. Thomas
Rowlands of Caera, co. Angl., Esq., and John Griffith of Llanddyfran, co.
Angl., Esq. DEED TO LEAD USES [Lease and Release] before a common recovery
touching the manor of Cemaes, and messuages and lands called Neuadd Cemaes,
Cemaes fawr, Nant y fran, Tregynrig fawr, Tyddyn Hugh Lloyd, Tregynrig bach,
Tyddyn Rhydderch, Rhyd y Clafdy, Melin Cemaes, Ystordy Cemaes, Y Teilia,
Tyddyn y Beiddi, Buarthufoel, Ty yn y Cae, Pibron and Pwllgrach, pa.[rish]
Llanbadrig, messuages and lands in pa.[rish] Amlwch as in no. 3, with the addition of Ty Croes; and ll other estates
in Anglesey noted in no. 3; and all estates in co. Caerns with the addition
of the following: Black Hostes, pa.[rish] Llanfair Isgaer; the capital
messuage of Coed Alun otherwise Coed Helen, and Coed Llwyd, Hen Du, Tyddyn y
Bont, Caer Pant, Caer Aber, Y Foel, Y Feiston, Hen farchnad, Cae tan y Voel,
Cae Garnedd Wen, Cae’r Odyn Galch otherwise Cae pen y Dre, Cae’r Twthil Ucha,
Caer Twthil Isa, Talyrne, Cae Mawr, Melin y Saint, Melin frag, Y Gored Coed
Alun, and Crew Melin Saint, in he liberties of Caernarfon and pa.[rish]
Llanbeblig; the capital messuage called Plas Isa and Ty Pen y Dre, in town
Caernarfon; Merchlyn fawr and Merchlyn bach, pa.[rish] Gyffin; Bachellaeth,
Tyddyn Gwenpol alias Pwlle Budron, Tyddyn y Singrig, pa.[rish] Llanfihangel
Bachellaeth; Ty yn y Nant, Ty yn y Simna, Ty Mawr, Mur Du, Ty Alice Lloyd,
Rhosddu, Cae Garw, Cae Crin, Tanyfoel, Y Caia’r Garn, Y Parcia, Y Llain yn
nant y Glyn, and Y Llain yn tir Meistr Griffith, pa.[rish] Llaniestyn.
||1778 20-21 July
||1. Rice Thomas, late of
Coedalun, now of Chester, Esq., and Margaret his wife, daughter of John Lloyd
of Trevor Hall, co. Denbs., Esq., deceased, by Mary his wife. 2. John Lloyd
of Trevor Hall aforesaid, Esq., and Robert Thomas of Coedalun, gent.. 3. Thomas
Jones of Llandysilio, co. Denbs., Esq., Paul Panton the younger of Plas Gwyn,
co. Angl., Esq., Trevor Lloyd, brother of the said John Lloyd, and Rev.
Richard Maurice of the town of Oswestry, co. Salop, clerk. MARRIAGE
SETTLEMENT (pursuant to the marriage of 1.) [Lease and Release] and in
consideration of £500 and £300 touching the following estates: the capital
messuages of Coedalun, pa.[rish] Llanbeblig, and of Plas Isa in Caernarfon,
and messuages called the Harp in Caernarfon, Old College and New College,
Feiston, Hen dy, Tyddyn Howell, Ty Gwyn, Tyddyn Bach, Penrhos, Tyddyn Llwyni,
pa.[rish] Llanbeblig (and water corn grist mills); the capital messuage of
Glascoed, and Glascoed Mill, Pen y Gaer, Tai Croesion, Cae Corniog, Llys,
Rhiw Goch, quillets in Ynys and Cae Mawr, pa.[rish] Llanddeiniolen; Ty yn y
lon, Tyddyn Melog, Fodol Ucha, Fodol Ganol, Fodol Isa, Tyddyn du, Tyddyn
bach, Ty yn y Clwt and quillets in Brynmawr, pa.[rish] Bangor; Glan Afon
Ivor, Glan Afon Rug, Tyddyn y Bisle, Cae Dole Bleddyn, quillets in a field
called Cefntresaint, Tai yn y Maes, pa.[rish] Llanrug; toft and garden in
Conwy; Merchlyn Mawr, Merchlyn Bach, pa.[rish] Gyffin; Bodgadle, Caera,
Middle Park, Bodlas, Parc Mawr, Parc Fach, Bryn y Geirch, pa.[rish]
Llanfihangel Bachellaeth; Cemaes and Cemaes Mill, Fferam Fawr, Neuadd Cemaes,
Teilia, Buarth y Foel, Nant y fran, Tregynrig fawr, Tregynrig bach, Penbren
fawr, Tyddyn Rhydderch, Rhyd y Clafrdy, Tyddin bach, pa.[rish] Llanbadrig,
Castell, Borthwen fawr, Borthwen bach, Botynod fawr, Pant y gaseg, Erw’r Iar,
Porth yr Hwch, Gaerwen, Ty Croes, Penybryn, Tyddyn y Waun, a storehouse
(unnamed), Werthyr, Pilwrn, Hafod y llyn bach, Plas Botynod, Betws,
Treffynnon, Pen y Ciw, Llaethdy, parcel of land called Cae Sir Rees, Tyddin
Sion Coch, pa.[rish] Amlwch.
||1812 April 5
||LETTER; H. Pace, Embankment
Office, [Tremadog] to [John] Williams. He has collected an abstract of the
workmens’ demands from 2l Oct. 1811, which he believes to be nearly correct
as follows: Tywyn, £663; Penrhyn £243; carpenters, sawyers, labourers, nurserymen
and teams £188 making a total of £1094. He also encloses under other cover a
statement of payments which he is confident will meet both Mr. Madocks and
JW’s approbation with the exception of 2 items; what Robert Morris kept out
of the £20 HP gave him to pay the £16.14s.0d. accruing to JW’s orders; he
kept £3 for John Jones the skinner but HP was unable to get it from him. Also
JP has taken the liberty of keeping the balance of his last years wages which
was £6.11s.1½d. It was necessity which occasioned him to do so and if it
hadn’t been for £7 from his mother-in-law from Anglesey within the last six
weeks his family would have starved. He cannot rely on support from the
quarter any longer; he requests them to review the statement strictly. Both Robert
Morris and every other person in Tremadog has refused the worth of one penny
on trust to Mr. Madocks’ house or concern while things remain in this
critical state. Councillor Ellis wished to be repaid. HP tendered the money
but told him he had paid his £20 for provisions, and that Robert Morris, had
taken £20 of the £50. Cllr. E. then very willing to let it remain until the
next remittances came. HP cannot understand how he gave so much offence to
Mr. Williams. If he has spoken rashly, JW should have overlooked it. HP is
extremely sorry to be under the necessity of leaving Mr. Madocks’ service,
having no hopes of doing any good here, and under the present circumstances,
he cannot maintain his family. He would be obliged if JW would let him go as soon
as possible and requests these letters to be laid before Mr. Madocks. He
apologises for anything wrong he may have said or done. N.B. if the Amlwch miners come, he doesn’t know what
will be done for provisions. [Formerly W.A. Madocks Letters BJC/168/114].
||1812 April 21
||LETTER: H. Pace, Embankment
Office [Tremadog] to Mr. John Williams informing him of the arrival of JW’ s
remittance of £200. The boy was delayed in returning which was unfortunate
since on Saturday the men all leave the work about 4 o’clock and towards the
middle most of them leave very dissatisfied and flocked round Cllr. Ellis who
was on a visit to complain. HP told them to be quiet and go away but one or
two of the "sabbed flock" he will point out to JW on his return. He
went to Gwynfryn on Sunday to inform Cllr. Ellis of the contents of Saturdays
post. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis seemed delighted with a letter they had received
from JW. HP began distributing the money to the men early on Monday morning
which raised their spirits and they were overjoyed to hear that JW had loaded
a vessel with all sorts of corn and provisions for them. The markets here are
very very high; a "hobed" of oatmeal was sold for £2.l2s.0d. HP
sees from the newspapers that it is the same all over the Kingdom. The
provision are more highly thought of than the money. Voluntary hands are very
few owing to the fine weather. There only 45 regular men on this side and 30
on the other. Some men received 25s. some 30s, and no one less than £l. HP
will retain £l5 for provisions in case they get more volunteers. If the Amlwch miners don’t cone, there are many
more of Lord Newborough’s tenants who are sure to come very soon. There is no
powder for the miners. HP has given £10 to Richard Owen to get some at
Ffestiniog, but that will not be enough. Will JW be sending any of the
vessel. HP thanks JW and Mr. Madocks for their praise. The men were demanding
victuals as well as money in JW’s absence, but HP has stopped all that,
except for the true volunteers and for 3 good young fellows from Anglesey
whom JW himself engaged and would otherwise have left. The workmen now get
more provisions with their money. He hopes he has done right. The sooner JW
returns the happier everyone will be; at least all well wishers, the others
can all go to the devil. He wishes to Mr. Madocks putting his enemies down.
The work on the embankment is going on excellently, shortage of men and
horses, especially on the other side when they have thousands of pounds of
stuff ready. HP has heard many droll things but never that JW might return
with only ceiniog y dima in his pocket. JW should receive the valuation of
timber at Dolmelynllyn painful to Mr. Bowes who feels very much concerned at
the falling of one single tree, so much so that he will not stop to see it.
[Formerly W.A. Madocks Letters BJC/168/125].
||1812 April 26
||LETTER: H. Pace, Ynys Tywyn
Office [Tremadog] to Mr. John Williams. HP was preparing the statements when
Hugh Jones, Dolgellau arrived with Mr. Turner Ffestiniog to value the
railroad wagons and all the effects on the Penrhyn side. He has received JW’s
letter where he says that he was written to Amlwch for 40 miners. HP doubts that they must be given their dinner at
Tywyn if they come. He hopes that JW will be home by the latter end of this
week to put everything right. Wm. Davies has had two tons of coals for the
Penrhyn and they shall have 4 there; one to be returned to Mr. Tregoning and
2 tons for Tanyrallt. From the statement JW will see that there will be £11
in hand after paying for the powder for provisions. If JW doesn’t come this
week he must send remittance for the men. Parry is writing fully on the
works. Mr. Samuel Roberts is crying out for his money for the bacon; he told
JP that JW should pay £55 to Messrs. Williams Hughes and Jones, Copper
Office, London. The others are beginning to cry out for their money for
provisions. He asks JW to change the enclosed £1 note since he cannot get
anyone to accept it here. He knows from whom he received it but they deny it.
[Formerly W.A. Madocks Letters BJC/168/127].
||1812 May 1/2
||LETTER: G[riffith] Parry,
Embankment Office, [Tremadog] to Mr. John Williams. The men went on strike.
He has persuaded them to keep on but they blame GP for his conduct while JW
has been away since GP had always said that JW would be home soon with money.
Some of them are in real need but why did they not give any warning, GP asked
them. Somebody had told them they were not going to be paid, the men at
Leesons’ Quarry kept on until six and he thinks they will come tomorrow. The
market is uncommonly and no one trusts them for a penny. Ten thousand pities
that such an event took place with the weather so fine. On Thursday they put
up one more stilt further forward and now their wagons are discharged into
the very [sic]. He was determined to finish the bridge by a week today. The
tides are convenient but the high spring tides are approaching and what evil
they may bring, God knows. They cannot continue until JW arrives or sends
money. He apologises for the situation. P.S. 2 May. This morning at six, 10 men
came to Leeson’s quarry and 3 or 4 labourers, no smith. They can do nothing
with so few. Amlwch miners never
came. No voluntary men on this side. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis, Gwynfryn, came to
the embankment yesterday. [Formerly W.A. Madocks Letters BJC/168/133].
||REPORT: ADRODDIAD (rhif 2)
Cymdeithasfa Chwarterol y Methodistiaid Calfinaidd yng Ngogledd Cymru, a
gynhaliwyd yn Amlwch, 26-28
||1793 May 1
||1. John Roberts of Tyddyn Iago
in the parish of Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, co. Anglesey, mariner. 2. Reverend
Thomas Charles of Bala, co. Meirionnydd. Evan Richards of Caernarfon,
Schoolmaster; John Jones of the parish of Edern, co. Caernarfon, gentleman.
Robert Jones of the parish of Llaniestyn, co. Caernarfon, yeoman; John
Roberts of Llanllyfni, Co. Caernarfon, schoolmaster. Hugh Williams of
Drwsdaugoed in the parish of Llanrug, yeoman, and William Williams of
Caernarfon, shopkeeper. COPY OF A MORTGAGE of two messuages and houses called
Gardd Saffron (Saffron Garden), and part of Saffron Garden situated at
Penrallt in the suburbs of Caernarfon. Consideration £60. Also refers to
Lease and Release dated 1 and 2 Oct., 1792, made between the said John
Roberts and Elizabeth Hughes of Cerrig y Bleiddiau in the parish of Amlwch, co. Anglesey, widow, and to an
agreement made between the first and second parties for the purchase of the
above named premises in order to convert them for a Chapel or meetinghouse
"for the people called ’Methodists’".
||1821 March 28
||LETTER to overseer of Aber re
the apprehension of John Parry of Pen-y- Bryn, Nantglyn from Amlwch.
||LETTER from a farmer at Amlwch to the overseer Aber, suggesting
a settlement in a dispute over the maintenance of a child and insisting that
if the offer is not accepted the boy will quit the country.
||1824 March 8
||REM0VAL ORDER for Thomas Davies
and his family from Amlwch to Aber
||1805 Sept. 3
||(1) John Hughes of Tyn-y-Lon,
parish of Llaneilian, Anglesey, yeoman, John Hird of Lain y Ddial in the
village of Amlwch, Anglesey,
victualler and William Owen of Henblas, parish of Llaneilian, Anglesey,
farmer. (2) The Church wardens and overseers of Aber. BOND in £50 to
indemnify parish against a bastard child of Elizabeth Morris.
||SALE NOTICE of a public auction
of dwellings, business premises and shipping shares at Llaneilian and Amlwch, Anglesey, to be conducted by
Hughes and Jones at their Auction Mart, Mona Street, Amlwch on 6 April,1912.
||1653 Aug.17-Sept. 3
||MEMORANDUM OF RECOGNIZANCES by
Glynne Parry. 1. John Powell, Crickieth [Cricieth], yeoman to appear at the
next session. Surety of £20. Sureties: Elis Moris, Umwlch [Amlwch], gent., and Owen John Owen, Brynhir [Bryncir], gent., for £10.
Bound to keep the peace especially towards Boner Evans. Appended: Made
default. Dated August 17. 2. William Lewes, Carnarvon [Caernarfon], yeoman,
bound to keep the peace towards William Thomas, yeoman and to appear at the
next session. Pledges by Thomas Williams, Carnarvon [Caernarfon], tanner and
John Smyth of the same. Bailed by Thomas Williams and John Smith, Caernarvon
[Caernarfon]. Dated September 3. 3. Elizabeth Owen, wife of Richard Wynne,
Carnarvon [Caernarfon], gent., bound to keep the peace towards Katherin Lloyd
wife of William Morgan, Carnarvon [Caernarfon], taylor, and to appear at the
next session. Pledges by Edward Edwards, gent., and Thomas Smyth, Joyner of
Carnarvon [Caernarfon]. Document: damaged and defective.
||1653/4 March 24
||EXAMINATIONS OF WITNESSES at
Madrin [Madryn]. 1. Robert Evans, Llanarmon, gent., aged c 23 did see on the
23rd of March one William Morris of Umulch [Amlwch] gent assaulting John Wynne of Pennarth, gent and after offering
to walk with him he hit him on the head with a club, staff or spade, near the
smithie of Plashên. 2. Humphrey Owen, Llangybi, gent., aged c 39, did see on
the 23rd of March one William Moris of Umulch [Amlwch], gent., assaulting John Wynne of Pennarth near the smithie of
||1805 July 20
||MEMORANDUM OF RECOGNIZANCE of
John Jones of Tan y Fronwent, pa.[rish] Amlwch, co. Anglesey, fisherman, Hugh Williams of Longan, pa.[rish] Amlwch, co. Anglesey, miner and Edward
Williams of Tan y Fronwent, pa.[rish] Amlwch, co. Anglesey, smelter, for the appearance of John Jones at the
next Quarter Sessions in a case of bastardy, namely that he is the father of
the child of Jane Williams of pa.[rish] Llaniestyn, co. Carnarfon
||Port of Amlwch.
||Image of XS1077/7/1/4 below.
||’Coetan Arthur’ cromlech on
Mynydd Cefn Amlwch on the road
from Sarn Mellteyrn to Tudweiliog.
||1735 June 24
||1. Thomas Wynne of Bodvean,
Esq., and John Wynne of Glynllifon, Esq., his son and heir. 2. Sidney Wynne
of the Abbey, pa.[rish] Llanddogad, widow, John Williams of the City of
Chester, Esq., and Jane Wynne, spinster and only dau. of Sidney Wynne.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT in consideration of a marriage to be solemnised between
John Wynne and Jane Wynne, touching lands in cos. Caerns. and Anglesey,as
specified in the attached schedules, parishes Bodvean [Bodfean], Bottwnog
[Botwnnog], Nevin [Nefyn], Llaneingan [Llanengan], Abererch, Llanynstwy
[Llanystumdwy], Pistill, Llanor [Llannor], Llanunda [Llanwnda], Clynog
[Clynnog], Llanhaern [Llanaelhaearn], Llangian, Bryncroes, Denio [Deneio],
Llangwnadle [Llangwnnadl], Llandwrog, Llanllyfny [Llanllyfni], Llanglynnyn
[Llangelynnin], Penmorfa, Caernarfon town and Llanbeblick [Llanbeblig],
Llandecgwin [Llandecwyn], Llanrug, Bangor, Rhuwgyfylchy, Newborough,
Llangainwen [Llanginwen], Llangristiolis [Llangristiolus], Henoglws
[Heneglwys], Trewalchmay [Trewalchmai], Aberfraw [Aberffraw], Llangadwalader
[Llangadwaladr], Llanfaylog [Llanfaelog], Llanfihengel yn Howyn
[Llanfihangel-yn-Nhywyn], Holyhead, Llanfwrog, Llanrhyddles, Llanfairyngornwy
[Llanfair-yng-Nghornwy], Llanfflewin [Llanfflewyn], Llaufechell, Amlwch, Llanfairlwfo, Llanallgo,
Penrhose, Llanvair etc., Llanbeder, Penmynydd, and Llanfihangell Trebor.
Attached: 2 SCHEDULES of property as mentioned above including the names of
tenants, farms etc., and the amount of rent due. [N.L.W. Glynllivon 375]
||1741 Aug.24 + 25
||1. Thomas Wynne of Bodvean,
Esq., John Wynne of Glynllivon, Esq., son and heir of Thomas and his wife
Jane. 2. Sir Arthur Owen of Orielton, co. Pembroke, baronet, Sir Watkin
Williams Wynne of Wynnstay co. Denbigh, baronet, William Vaughan of
Corsygedol, co. Merioneth [Meirionnydd] Esq., and Robert Wynne of
Bodyscallen, Esq. 3. Sidney Wynne of the Abbey, widow and Hugh Williams of
the City of Chester, Esq.. POST-NUPTIAL SETTLEMENT [Lease and Release] in
consideration of a marriage already solemnised between John Wynn and Jane his
wife, dau. of Sidney Wynne (24 June 1735), touching a capital messuage and
demesne lands called Bodvean, pa.[rish] Bodvean [Bodfean], a capital messuage
and demesne lands called Glynllivon, pa.[rish] Llandwrog, and a messuage and
lands called Llyar, pa.[rish] Clynnog, other messuages and lands in parishes
Bodvean [Bodfean], Llandwrog and Clynnog; messuages and lands called
Trefython, pa.[rish] Aberffraw and other lands in Anglesey; Gallt y calch,
pa.[rish] Llandeckwin [Llandegwyn] and lands specified in 2 attached
schedules being in parishes Bodvean [Bodfuan], Bottwnog [Botwnnog], Llangian,
Bryncroes, Denio [Deneio], Llangwnadle [Llangwnnadl], Nevin [Nefyn],
Llanengan, Abererch, Llanynstwy [Llanystumdwy], Pistill, Llannor, Llanwnda,
Clynnog, Llanhaern [Llanaelhaearn], Llandwrog, Llanllyfny [Llanllyfni],
Llanglynnyn [Llangelynnin], Penmorfa, Caernarfon, Llanbeblick [Llanbeblig],
Llandecgwin [Llandegwyn], Llanrug, Bangor, Rhuwgyfylchy, Newborough,
Llangeinwen, Llangristiolus, Heneglwys, Trewalchmai [Trewalchmai], Aberfraw
[Aberffraw], Llangadwalader [Llangadwaladr], Llanfaylog [Llanfaelog],
Llanfihangel yn Howyn [Llanfihangel-yn-Nhywyn], Holyhead, Llanfwrog,
Llanrhyddled [Llanrhuddlad], Llanfairyngornwy [Llanfair-yng-Nhornwy],
Llanfflewin, Llanfechell, Amlwch,
Llanfairewfo, Llanallgo, Penrhose, Llanfair, etc., Llanbeder, Penmynydd, and
Llanfihengel Trebor. Attached: 3 SCHEDULES of property as mentioned above
including the name of tenant, names of farms etc., and the amount of rent
due. [N.L.W. Glynllivon 253 and 376]
||1710 May 22 & 23
||1. Benjamin Jones of Caernarfon,
dyer; and John Roberts of pa.[rish] Amlwch, corviser. 2. Thomas Wynne of Bodvean, Esq.. LEASE AND RELEASE
of The Boot, in the suburbs of Caernarfon, pa.[rish] Llanbeblick alias
Llanpeblick [Llanbeblig]. Consideration: £60.5.0d. [N.L.W. Glynllivon 174
||1710 May 23
||1. Benjamen Jones of Caernarfon,
dyer. 2. David Lloyd of Turkelin [Twrcelyn], co. Anglesey, Owen Lloyd of
Llandyfrydog [Llandyfridog], clerk, and John Roberts, pa.[rish] Amlwch, Anglesey, corviser. RELEASE
[after a Lease] of a messuage or dwellinghouse called Tû Hugh Jones y
Cwrriwr, in the suburbs of Caernarfon, pa.[rish] Llanbeblick alias Llanbeblig
[Llanbeblig], to the use of John Roberts, David and Owen Lloyd, the children
of John Roberts and in default of children to the use of 1. forever. [N.L.W.
||1874 April 4
||1. John Hugh Jones of
Llwynypiod, pa.[rish] Llandwrog, farmer. 2. Owen Parry of Derry near Amlwch, co. Anglesey, farmer and John
Michael of Bangor, accountant. MORTGAGE of messuages or dwellinghouses, farm
lands and hereditaments called Llwynypiod, pa.[rish] Llandwrog, to secure the
sum of £500 and interest.
||1878 May 15
||1. Owen Parry, late of Derry
near Amlwch, co. Anglesey but now
of Ffynnogion, pa.[rish] Llanfair, co. Denbs., farmer and John Michael of
Bangor, accountant. 2. John Hugh Jones of Llwynypiod, pa.[rish] Llandwrog,
farmer. 3. Hugh Thomas Williams, Bryncoch, Rhostryfan, pa.[rish] Llandwrog,
farmer. MORTGAGE of all those messuages or dwellinghouses, farm, lands and
hereditaments called Llwynypiod, to secure the sum of £450 and interest at
4%. Appended: FUTTHER CHARGE (15 July 1893) on above mortgage for securing
£50 and interest.
||1817 June 18 & 19
||1. Stephen Roose, late of
Tymawr, but now of Bryntirion, pa.[rish] Amlwch, gent.. 2. Hugh Evans of Henblas, Esq.. 3. William Thomas of
Caernarfon, gent.. 4. Owen Anthony Poole of Gorphwysfa, gent.. LEASE AND
RELEASE of messuage, tenement and lands called Tyhen and Tynewydd or
Tainewyddion, pa.[rish] Llanwnda. Consideration: £1060.
||1766 June 30
||1. Sir John Wynn of Glynllivon,
Bart., and Dame Jane, his wife. 2. Thomas Wynn of pa.[rish] St. James, co.
Middx., eldest son and heir of Sir John Wynn and Dame Jane. 3. John Parry of
Lincolns Inn, co. Middx., Esq.. 4. William Vaughan of Corsygedole, Esq., and
William Williams of Glanrafon, Esq.. DEED TO LEAD USES [Bargain and Sale]
before Common Recoveries to be suffered upon the Abbey demesne, lands and
cottages in township of Maenan; Coed Sadwin, Coed dû hir, Pyle du, Ellis,
Kedrin, Havod yr ynn, Cowlidd, Carregwen, Siglen, Penbryn, in township of
Uwch Gallt in Llanbeder [Llanbedr]; Pant teg, a fulling mill, Segleu’r ythen,
Bendu Mawr, Doly Garrog Mill, Porthlwydd, tu Uthoy in Fordd, Tanyfordd, Bendu
Mawr, Tir Ucha in Fordd, Port Llwydd Glanrafon, 2 cottages, part of Foulk
Prees’ late tenement with John Gabriel’s House, Clyttie’r Mawr Yr Ynys, Clait
y Kelin, Clwt yr ychain, Y Wern Rhôs, Byddy Mawr, Deg Flourig, Siglen Vawr,
Chot yr Ewanod, Kefn y Varlas, Rhosrydd issa, Pige, Kefn y Varles, Cledder Melinidd,
Toppie, Rhrose Chydd Issa, Two Toppie, Plasdirie’r Go, Toppie, Glan Conway
Ganol, Pladirie Hirion, Cennin Ucha, Cennin Issa, Glan Conway Issa, Glan
Conway Ucha, Kethog Fawr, Glein’r Avon, in the township of Isgalt, pa.[rish]
Llenbeder [Llanbedr]; Tyddyn Issa, Formae’s Llwif Issa, Malbyhlwrf Ucha,
Henblas, Henllys, All lâs cottage, Tû dû in Melay Pryslegod township,
pa.[rish] Llanvair [Llanfair], co. Denbigh; Havody Gôg, Dolwen, Pentre,
Petrual, Brynynyr, Freeth Wen, y Freeth Ddoss, Brynwed, Bryn y Bryswell,
Havod Lord, Pant Clyd, Melay and Croppog Mills, Rhys Eden Cott[age]s, Brin y
Barkill in township of Petruel, pa.[rish] Llanfair Talhaearn, co. Denbigh;
Tathyn Clwy Tu Canol, Waen Fawr, Plasdean, in township of Talharan, pa.[rish]
Llanfair Talhaearn, co. Denbigh; Ackree, pa.[rish] Llansannon; Melay demesne,
Plas bythan, Ve du le Frith, Kentmawr, Y Kefn, Tythyn Ucha, Bedwin,
Creigiaur, Glyn Erwin, Corsey Gasey, Choty Ddavaddd, Kefn y Gwes, Havod
Talog, Chot y ddavadddu, dyhwynt ii mynydd, Bryny Geifr, Freeth, Tythyn y
Nant Cum, Gwyninger Cottage, Nantmawr, Llan, Gwergloed ddû, 2 houses, Fwll,
pa.[rish] Llanvair; Cornwell, Havod Gan, in township Cornwall, Llanvair
Talhaearn, co. Denbigh; Tythyn Cwm, Twn, Tythyn Bach, Bryny Cloth ydd, Tythyn
Mwsogle, Pen y Voel, Shwyn-y-Saint, in Gwitherin, co. Denbigh; Bryn Anllach,
Erin in Llansannan, co. Denbigh; The Three Boars’ Head in Denbigh; Hen Wron
in Llanfydd; Llwyn dû in pa.[rish] Llangernw, co. Denbigh; Nant Manor, Voel
Lâs, Nant Melay, pa.[rish] Llanfair Talhayarn [Llanfair Talhaearn], co.
Denbigh; Cwm bow, doly garregwen, ne nodd Ddy, Maen y Ferem, Bryn Llywelin,
Tuissa, Llan, Galltgoch, 6 cottages, pa.[rish] Ffestiniog; Gelli Garn,
pa.[rish] Llandeckwyn [Llandecwyn]; Bodvean demesne, Tanygraig, Glanravon,
Beacon, Mathan Back, Tayhirion, Machan Ganol, Hendre, Glangorse, Tythynewed,
Mathan Ucher, Nant, Gwindy, Bryn y Gwes, Tan y Graig Cafn, Caeyn Bwlch, Pen y
Bryn, Cefn, Ty y Pant, Tan y Graig, Ty ny twll, Ty ne Wydd, Caen y Bwlch,
pa.[rish] Bodvean; Vaerdre, Gregaran, pa.[rish] Bottwnog [Botwnnog]; lands in
pa.[rish] Llangian; Pennarfynydd, Fryth, Tyengan, Cefn, pa.[rish] Bryneroes;
Gwn fryn, pa.[rish] Denio [Deneio]; farms, etc. in Llangwnable; Gabriels
House and other farms etc. in pa.[rish] Nevin [Nefyn]; Pant y Gwair, Tre
Follwyn, Bodwyn, pa.[rish] Llaneingan [Llanengan]; Yorris, Bryntanay,
Llwygwrin, Brynbaca and other farms etc., pa.[rish] Abererch; Glayy Llyna,
Avonven, pa.[rish] Llanynstwy [Llanystumdwy]; farm etc in Pistill and Llanor;
Grynant, Gweredog, Clynog demesne, Pryscyny, Peny Pryn, Ynys, Maesog,
Brynhavod, Glanmor, Park, Hent Pent, Carreg Boeth, Gorsylad, Caenneynen, Ty
Glas, Buarth, Tymawr, Cumgwara, Maes Mawr, pa.[rish] Clynog; Moel fra Fawr,
Caey Wraith, Tyddindrani, Gorsygeiliog, CaeDuon, Tyddynhir, pa.[rish]
Llanhaern [Llanaelhaearn]; farms etc. pa.[rish] Llandwrog; Lludwed, Dolgay,
pa.[rish] Llanllyfny [Llanllyfni]; farms etc. pa.[rish] Llanglynnyn
[Llangelynnin]; Llystynkydd, pa.[rish] Penmorfa; houses etc. including Boot;
Wern, Tydd, Cae Pen y Morfa, Sarn y dwergarw, Tyddin Pent y Gelly, The Custom
House, Tan pits, in Caernarfon town and pa.[rish] Llanbeblick [Llanbeblig];
Gallty Calch, pa.[rish] Llandegrguin; Glynn Livon demesne, Tydd in Ellen, Ty
yn Rhose, Bettus Llwynewla, Garth Dorwen, Garth Farm, Bryn y Beidyr, Gregan
Icah, Gregan Issa, Tydd in Gwial Icha, Tydd in Gwial Issa, a fulling mill,
Ynysoedd, Gallty Pig, Smithey, Pen Bryn, Tydd in Llan, Tydd in Swll, The
Clerks Farm, the Millers House by the Church, Gwerny Tala, George’s House,
Cae y Halen, pa.[rish] Llandwrog; mill, Pantd Wylan, pa.[rish] Llanunda
[Llanwnda]; Gillfach, Drill Penyen, Hendre back, Brin Havod Maesog, pa.[rish]
Clynog [Clynnog]; Tydd in y berth, pa.[rish] Llanllyfny [Llanllyfni]; a house
in Street llin and 4 houses in the town Caernarfon and pa.[rish] Llanbeblick
[Llanbeblig]; Ethidnon, pa.[rish] Llanrug; Tydd in diccus in Bangor; The
Clerks Farms, pa.[rish] Rhuwgyfylchy; farms etc., in parishes Newborough,
Llangainwen [Llangeinwen], Llangristiolis [Llangristiolus], Heneglwys,
Trewalchmay [Trewalchmai]; Trafython and other farms, pa.[rish] Aberfraw
[Aberffro]; farms etc., parishes Llangadwalader [Llangadwaladr], Llanfihangel
yn Howen [Llanfihangel-yn-Nhywyn], Holyhead; Ty corn and other farms etc.,
pa.[rish] Llanfwrog; Heerecraig and other farms, pa.[rish] Llanrhyddled
[Llanrhuddlad]; farms etc. parishes Llanfairyngornvy [Llanfair-yng-Nghornwy],
Llanflewin [Llanfflewyn], Llanfechell, Am Lloch [Amlwch], Llanfairhofo, Llanallgo, Penrhose, Llanvair[pwllgwyngyll],
Llanbeder, Penmynydd, Llanfihengen Trebor, Llanhaiarn, and Clynnog. Copy.
[N.L.W. Glynllivon 456]
||1826 July 4
||1. Rt. Hon. Thomas John Lord
Newborough, Baron Newborough in Ireland. 2. William Glynne Griffith of
Bodegroes, Esq.. 3. Henry Rumsey Williams of Penrhos, gent.. DEED TO LEAD
USES to two Common Recoveries, one each for the Caernarfon and Anglesey
Estates [Lease and Release] touching the Rectory of the church of Abereitch
[Abererch] with the chapel of Penrhos annexed with the appurtenances, with
tithes and hereditaments and parts of the capital messuages, farms and lands
in cos. Caerns. and Anglesey, being called Penrhyn quarter, Groes Quarter,
Pen y grestan, and Pen Gyl on Bardsey Island; Court, allotment of common,
Ystohelig, Brynmawr, pa.[rish] Aberdaron; Penarfynydd, pa.[rish]Llanfaelrhys;
Bodgaia, Craig Ewig (part of Bodgaia), Craig y cael, allotment of common,
part of Bodgaia (tenants - Elizais Griffith and Ann Griffith), Cochymoel and
allotment of common, ty Engan, Vaerdre, Miria, Bachydai, pa.[rish] Bryncroes;
Pynt y gwair and allotment of common called Morfa neigwl, Trefollwyn,
pa.[rish] Llanengan; Penybryn, quillet in Hendrevor, pa.[rish] Llangwnadle
[Llangwnnadl]; Penlleck Quit Rent, Brynbodfan, Quillet part of Brynbodfan in
bryn y gloch, Quit Rent out of Caermaw, Lonlas, pa.[rish] Penlleck
[Pennlech]; Graig y Geran, Ffridd, part of Ffridd, quillet in Trefaes,
pa.[rish] Meilltyrne [Mellteyrn]; Bodwi and allotment of common, Murpoeth
Cottage garden and allotment of common, Bryntirion and allotment, Nant,
pa.[rish] Llangian; house and garden and part of Coehened, Tyddyn Llewelyn,
Tany Capel, Castell and Llewian, part of Lenna, Gegus Cach, Bryn Meyrick and
house and garden, Typoeth, Tynypentre, pa.[rish] Penrhos; house and garden in
tenure of Jane Griffith, Tower House, Hand, Caerdew and Ffridd, house and
garden (in tenure of David Williams, John Sorton), house, quillet and garden
(in tenure of Humphrey Jones), house and garden (same tenants), house and
garden and quillet (in tenure of William Rowlands), house, smithy and court
(in tenure of John Rowlands), house (in tenure of John James), house (in
tenure of the churchwardens and vicar of Llanbedrog), house (in tenure of
Richard Matthew), house, The Plough Inn and malt house (in tenure of Richard
Williams), house (in tenure of churchwardens and vicar of Denio [Deneio]),
house and garden (in tenure of Owen Owens), house (in tenure of David Jones),
house and garden (in tenure of John Hugh ap Owen), garden (in tenure of
Richard Ellis), garden (in tenure of John Prichard), Gallt House, Pwll George
and Gadlus, part of Gors (in tenure of Robert Roberts), part of Morfamawr (in
tenure of Catherine Thomas and Evan Roberts), part of Morfamawr in tenure of
John Thomas, house and garden (in tenure of John Roberts), Gimblet rock,
pa.[rish] Denio [Deneio]; Gwynfryn, Cefn Coch and lots of Rhosy gwyfil,
Caeagwynion, mill and land and Gwynfryn fields, pa.[rish] Llannor and Denio
[Deneio]; Rhodyn Cochion, Gelli dara, Brynhynog (part of Gelli dara), Pandy
bach, house, garden and quillet in Efal newydd, Penysarn, Tynyffordd and
quillet had in exchange for part of Penysarn, Cae Melfed and Castell,
Tynycoed, Penllwyn, Taiynlon and quillet, Cae corn du, part of Brynhynog
called Erw and Rhos tan yr Erw, Tir Cook, house, garden and lands and
quillet, part of Tyn y Werglodd, quillet in Coedyorydd, part of Cae Cook
lands, Tynywerglodd and Gardd Catherine Thomas, Llys and garden and other
part of Tyny Werglodd, Tynrhos, Butting, part of Tynrhos, Ystedufa,
Pencuerchwith and quillet in Llannor, garden (in tenure of Gabriel Jones),
quillet in Cymeirter, Glasynys, Cwerffordd and house and lands, pa.[rish]
Llannor; Tynypentre, field, part of Tynypentre, Brynians Gors, quit rent out
of Hendre, pa.[rish] Edern; Rhos Pridin, house, garden and quillet in
Penmaes, quillet in Penmaes, 2 quillets (in tenure of David Wilson), garden
near church (in tenure of Henry Ellis), garden and quillet joining the house
(in tenure of Richard Williams), Penygraig, Glynllifon lands, fields in
tynpwll and Llain, Bodfean, Botacho Wynn, Tymawr, Ty Thomas, other part of ty
Thomas called Tynewydd, meadow by quillet, Bryncynan, Weradon, house and
quillets (in tenure of Robert Hughes), Bwlchbridin, Tynypwll, Llwynygwalch,
Penylon house and lands and quillet detached, Pwll blew, Botacho, Ffynonan,
tyn ypwll and quillet, Peny bont quillet and garden, cottage (in tenure of
William Griffith), house and garden (in tenure of Rowland Jones), house, mill
and lands (in tenure of Robert Williams, Richard Williams, John Owens,
William Roberts and Robert Richards), house and part of garden taken from Nevin
Mill (in tenure of William Williams), 2 houses and other parts of garden (in
tenure of John Williams and John Meredith), house, garden and 2 quillets (in
tenure of Robert Jones), house, garden and quillets (in tenure of widow of
Owen Jones), house and garden (in tenure of David Wilson), Cae Gadlas and
quillets, Ty Robert Parry, of house and garden (in tenure of John Griffith),
Holborn, lands part of Holborn, house, garden and quillets part of Holborn
(in tenure of Griffith Thomas), house, garden and quillet in Upper Town’s
field, house and quillet (in tenure of John Griffith), house and garden and
quillet (in tenure of David Wilson), Peny gongl, shamber Penymaes, house and
garden (in tenure of Robert Jones), house and garden (in tenure of William Owen),
2 gardens and close (in tenure of Griffith Price), house and quillet in town,
field, house and garden (in tenure of Jane Hughes), quillets (in tenure of
John Edwards), quillets in Brynbras, Ty Randles or Wach, house and fields (in
tenure of William Griffith), Caepenybryn or Barn’s field, house or garden
adjoining (in tenure of Richard Thomas), 2 store houses (in tenure of John
Williams), store house (in tenure of Robert Thomas), 5 houses and fields on
Nefin Mountain (in tenure of William Thomas, Meredith Jones, Robert Meredith,
William Williams), house and field and garden on Nefin Mountain (in tenure of
John Roberts), 3 houses and fields on Nefin Mountain (in tenure of William
Daniel, overseers of Nefyn, Richard Williams) common piece of land, cottage
of Jane John Jones, cottage of Mary Williams, Park Gyddermas, Gwylwyr,
pa.[rish] Nefin [Nefyn]; Bodfean mansion and part of demesne, other part of
demesne, other part of demesne (in tenure of Adair McKarzie), mill and land
(in tenure of Richard William), Glanrafon isaf, house and smithy and garden
(in tenure of Methusalem Griffith), house adjoining smithy (in tenure of
Elizabeth Roberts), Tymawr, Tyddan cae, Gwyndu, Bryngroes, Taihirion,
Tyndyncoed bach, Hendre and Caermiria, Nant, Tynycoedmawr, Tan y graig,
school house, house and quillet (in tenure of John Roberts), house and
quillet (in tenure of John Roberts), Glanygois, Penysarn part of Glanygois,
Allt goch part of Glanygois, Talysarn, Mathanganol, Mathanuchaf, Mathanisaf,
part of Mathanisaf, Glaniafonuchaf, Tynymynydd, Tyny pant, Cefn iwrch,
Glanrhyd, out of the Glebe, Tynewydd, house (in tenure of John Jones),
Caebwlch, allotment of common adjoining and Glanrafonsafa issa, Frochas,
Penry bryn, Cefn, pa.[rish] Bodfean; Ffridd, Bodeilias, Abergafran, lots of
common (in tenure of John Morris), Llwynysgau, allotment of common (in tenure
of Owen Williams), 3 houses and allotments of common on the mountain (in
tenure of William Hughes, David Williams, and John Morris), pa.[rish]
Pistill; Rhydagloefon, mill and lands (in tenure of Robert and Griffith
Humphrey), Miria, Tyndyngwynllian, Llech Engan, Tyddyn Cadwalader, house and
inclosures on Carnguwch mountain (in tenure of David Roberts); Yoke House,
part of Tanyrallt being part of Yoke House, Penlôn fawr part of Tanyrallt,
Bryntani Ganol, Bryntani isaf, Bryntani bach or Rhosydd, part of Nant,
Tyhwnt’ir fford, part of Rallt fawr, cottage and garden (in tenure of Ellis
Prichard), Tyn y ffynon, limekiln, Bryneithin and Cae ysgybor, Nant, ground
part of Ysgubor Nant, Caeucha part of Tanyrallt, part of Tanyrallt, Cae morfa
part of Tanyrallt, part of Tanyrallt called Rallt fawr, Gelli part of
Caertyddyn, [another] part of Caertyddyn, part of Nant, other part of Nant,
Bryncrin, Ynysfawr and enclosed common, Henllan, allotment of common called
Rhosfawr, house and lands (in tenure of Thomas Williams), Plasnewydd,
Llwyngwyn and Abereirch Mill lands, Penychain, part of Penychain, other part
of Penychain, allotment of Abereirch marsh (in tenure of Griffith Williams),
Penrhyn, cottage (in tenure of pa.[rish] of Abereirch [Abererch]), limekiln
and house (in tenure of William Parry), cottage and quillet (in tenure of
Lowry Lloyd), pa.[rish] Abereirch [Abererch]; Penycham, Mur Cwt y lloer,
Tyddyn mawr, Bryn y lachan, Tyddyn y berth, Penybryn, Gwerddubach, Dylwyn,
Garneddfelan, Pencoed back, Tyddyn ap Howel, pa.[rish] Llanarmon; Glanllyna,
Afonwen, Hendu, pa.[rish] Llanystymdwy [Llanystumdwy]; Pant Evan and
allotment on Gorllwyn, pa.[rish] Penmorfa; Llecheiddior and allotment and
Moel Hebog, pa.[rish] Llanfihangel y Pennant; Court, Tyddyn y Monsur, Ty
newydd, pa.[rish] Llandwrog; Garth, Cae Gronwy, pa.[rish] Llanwnda;
Cefnysoedd, Plasynddreinias, Llwynycryn, Plasisa and Plas Iolyn, Lleinia
Harry Rowland or Harveys quillets, Porth leidiog, Fron quillet, pa.[rish]
Llanfagdalen; house in High St., and Dolyfelin, tilting mill, house and
garden in Southern Penrallt, house and malt house in Tanybont, the Tower
House, pa.[rish] Llanbeblig and Caernarfon town; Aberkin, pa.[rish]
Llanystymdwy [Llanystumdwy]; 3 parts of Lancaster House, part of Almshouses,
Coach and Horses, part of Almshouses, Sun Inn and garden part of Lancaster
House, parts of Almshouses, 2 parts of Lancaster House, 2 parts of
Almshouses, 2 parts of Lancaster House, pa.[rish] Conwy; Treddaniel,
Glanygors, Brynia Llygod, Penybonkdeg, Tanyrardd, pa.[rish] Holyhead; Plas
Glyn and Manior, Tyddyn y Gors, Gorseddfeirig and Cae Ednyfed ffychan,
pa.[rish] Llanfwrog; Tycroes, Creigmor, pa.[rish] Llanrhyddlud
[Llanrhuddlad]; quillet in Rhos y Car, pa.[rish] Llanfachreth; Caerhydedog,
pa.[rish] Llanfechell; Mynydd blewog, pa.[rish] Llanflewin [Llanfflewin];
Tregog, pa.[rish] Amlwch; Tyddyn y
waen, Tyddynywaenbach, pa.[rish] Pewrhos Lligwy [Penrhos Llugwy]; Tymawr,
allotment in Rhosfawr, pa.[rish] Llanfair Mathafarn Eithaf; Boderfon y Glyn,
Bwth y llyfant, pa.[rish] Llanfihangel Trerebeirda [Llanfihangel Tre’r
Beirdd]; Currog Croes, pa.[rish] Llanbedigoch; Tynylon, pa.[rish]
Trewalchmai; Ty newydd, Waen, pa.[rish] Llangeniwen; Clynnog bach, pa.[rish]
Newborough; and quillets (in tenure of Thomas Smith), pa.[rish] Llangeinwen.
Also Tithe (let in parcels): Carrol parcel, Uchaf parcel, Trefgoed parcel,
Gogwmmwd parcel, small Tithe, pa.[rish] Abereirch [Abererch]; Penrhos Parish,
pa.[rish] Penrhos; Bettws Garmon, parish, pa.[rish] Bettws Garmon; Parkia
parcel, Crug parcel, Uchaf parcel, Isaf parcel, pa.[rish] Llanfair is Gaer;
Moduses: Prysgol, Hafod y rleyg, Tydd yn wirgin, Bryn, Crug, Llanfair, to be
held to the use of 1.. Endorsed: NOTE of previous Indenture of Lease and
Release (12 and l3 Feb. 1827) between 1. and William Adams LLD., touching the
messuages, tenements, farms, lands and hereditaments mentioned in the
schedule, parishes Bardsey Island, Aberdaron, Llanfacbitrys [?Llanfaelrhys],
Bryncrves [Bryncroes] and Llanengan, assigned by mortgage for the securing
£10000 and interest at £4.10.0. per cent per annum. NOTE of previous
Indenture of Lease and Release (12 & 13 Feb. 1827) between 1. and Rt.
Hon. Edmond Earl of Limerick, Sir Richard Brooke de Capel Brooke, Bart.,
William Adams, Doctor of Laws and Chidley Cooke, Esq., touching the messuages
or tenements, farms, lands and hereditaments mentioned in the schedule,
parishes Llangwndadle [Llangwnnadl], Penleck [Penllech], Meilltyrne
[Mellteyrn], Llangian, Edern, Pistill, Caringiroch [Carnguwch] and Llanarmon,
assigned by mortgage for the securing of £10000 and interest at £4.10.0 per
cent per annum.
||1826 Aug. 21
||Court of Great Session of County
of Anglesey at Beaumaris [Biwmares]. COMMON RECOVERY with triple voucher.
Demandant: William Glynne Griffith Esq. Tenant: Henry Rumsey Williams gent.
1st Vouchee: Rt. Hon. Thomas John Lord Newborough. 2nd vouchee: John Dent
gent. touching 50 messuages, 50 dwelling houses, 50 cottages, 50 barns, 50
stables, 50 outbuildings, 3000 acres land, 3000 acres arable land, 3000 acres
meadow land, 3000 acres pasture, 500 acres furze and heath, common of pasture
and turbary with the appurtenances in Holyhead, Llanfwrog, Llanrhyddlad
[Llanrhuddlad], Llanfachreth, Llanfechell, Llanflewin [Llanfflewin], Amlwch, Penrhoslligwy [Penrhos Llugwy],
Llanfairmathafarneithaf [Llanfair Mathafarn Eithaf], Llanfihangeltierbeirdd
[Llanfihangel Tre’r Beirdd], Llanbedergoch, Trewalchmai, Llangeinwen and
Newborough otherwise Llanbeder Newborough. Enclosed: COMMON RECOVERY (15 Aug.
1826). Parties and premises as above. Fragments of seal.
||Court of Great Session of County
of Anglesey at Beaumaris [Biwmares]. CERTIFICATE of Common Recovery with
triple voucher (12 August 1766). Demandant: William Vaughan, Esq., and
William Williams, Esq. Tenant: John Parry, Esq. 1st vouchee: Thomas Wynn, Esq.
2nd Vouchee: Sir John Wynn, Bart., and Dame Jane his wife. touching 55
messuages, 230 acres land, 110 acres meadow, 460 acres pasture and 110 acres
furze and heath, with common of pasture, in parishes Newborough, Llangainwen
[Llangeinwen], Llangristiolys [Llangristiolus], Heneglwys, Trewalchmay
[Trewalchmai], Aberffraw [Aberffro], Llangadwalader [Llangadwaladr],
Llanfaylog [Llanfaelog], Llanfihangelynhowyn [Llanfihangel-yn-Nhywyn],
Holyhead, Llanfwrog, Llanrhyddlad [Llanrhuddlad], Llanfairynghornwy [Llanfair-yng-Nghornwy],
Llanfewlin [Llanfflewyn], Llanfechell, Amlwch, Llanfairlwfo, Llanallgo, Penrhose [Penrhos], Llanfair,
Llanbeder [Llanbedr], Penmynydd and Llanfihangel Treban [Llanfihangel Tre’r
Beirdd]. [N.L.W. Glynllivon 4967]
||1826 Nov. 29 & 30
||1. Rt. Hon. Thomas John Lord
Newborough. 2. Rt. Rev. Father in God, Sir George Tomline, Bart., Lord Bishop
of Winchester and the Rt. Hon. William Earl of St. Germans. MORTGAGE [Lease
and Release] for securing £7000 and interest, of Treddaniel, Glanygors,
Brynia Llygod, Penybontdeg, Tanyrardd, pa.[rish] Holyhead; Plas Glyn and
Meinior, Tyddyn y Gors, Gorsedd feirig, pa.[rish] Llanrhyddlud
[Llanrhuddlad]; Quillet in Rhos y Cae, pa.[rish] Llanfachreth; Tregog,
pa.[rish] Amlwch, Tyddyn Waen,
Tyddyn Waenbach, pa.[rish] Penrhos Cligwy [Penrhos Llugwy]; Tymawr,
allotments on Rhosfawr, pa.[rish] Llanfair Mathafarn Eithaf; Bodafon y Glyn,
Bwth y Clyfant, pa.[rish] Llanfihangel Trerbeirdd [Llanfihangel Tre’r
Beirdd]; Currog Croes, pa.[rish] Llanbedijoch [Llanbedr Goch]; Tynylon,
pa.[rish] Trewalchmai; Tynewydd, Waen, pa.[rish] Llangeinwen; Clynnogbach,
pa.[rish] Newborough, quillets in pa.[rish] Llangeinwen and tithes in
parishes Abereirch [Abererch], Bettws Garmon, Llanfairis Gaer
[Llanfair-is-Gaer]. Lands and rentals specified in schedule incorporated in
the deed. Endorsed: 1. William Earl of St. Germans. 2. The Rt. Hon. Richard
Neville Griffith, Lord Braybrook and John Wright of Henrietta St., Covent
Garden, co. Middx., gent.. 3. Thomas Farrer of Lincolns Inn Fields, co.
Middx., gent.. ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE (28 May l830) [Lease and Release] on
the above properties. Consideration 10/0d. Endorsed: 1. William Earl of St.
Germans and the Rt. Hon. Richard Neville Griffith, Lord Braybrooke, and John
Wright of Henrietta St., Covent Garden, co. Middx., Esq.. 2. Sir Edmund
Antrobus of the Strand, co. Middx., bart.. ASSIGNMENT of Mortgage (20 Feb.
1841) [Lease and Release] on the above properties. Consideration: 10/0d.
Endorsed: 1. William Earl of St. Germans, and the Rt. Hon. Richard Neville
Griffin Lord Braybrooke and Sir Edmund Antrobus of the Strand, co. Middx.,
Bart. 2. The Rt. Hon. Edward Granville Eliot commonly called Lord Eliot,
Chief Secretary for Ireland and John Henry Pringle of Stratford Place, co.
Middx., Lieutenant Colonel in the Army. ASSIGNMENT of Mortgage (4 May 1843)
on properties as above. Consideration: 10/0d. Endorsed: 1. The Rt. Hon.
Edward Granville Eliot, Earl of St. Germans and John Henry Pringle, late of Stratford
Place, co. Middx., Lieutenant Colonel in the Army. 2. The Rt. Hon. Spencer
Bulkeley Lord Newborough of Glynllifon. REC0NVEYANCE of the premises above,
after the repayment of £7000 contained in the Mortgage. [N.L.W. Glynllivon
368 and 433]
||n.d. [post 1766]
||DESCRIPTION of parcels of land
in a Bargain and Sale, 30 June, 1766, touching the Manor or Lordship of Ardde
otherwise Arthe, the Abbey in the township of Meynan; Melay in Llanwair, co.
Denbs; Cwnbow, pa.[rish] Ffestiniog, and other property of Sir John Wynne and
dame Jane his wife, and Thomas Wynne in cos. Denbs., Merioneth [Meirionnydd]
and Caerns.; Bodvean, pa.[rish] Bodvean; Glynllivon, pa.[rish] Llandwrog;
Llyar, pa.[rish] Clynnog; Trefythar, pa.[rish] Aberfraw [Aberffro]; Callty
Calch, pa.[rish] Llandergwn, co. Merioneth [Meirionnydd] and other lands cos.
Anglesey and Merioneth [Meirionnydd]; Segroyt and Segroyt Mill, pa.[rish]
Llanrhder in Kinmerth [Llanrhaeadr-yng-Nghinmeirch], Denbigh Parks in town
and pa.[rish] Denbigh and 4 mills; and other lands of Sir John Wynne and Dame
Jane his wife, situated in the several townships and parishes of Bodvean,
Bottwnog [Botwnnog], Llangian, Bryncroes, Denn, Llangwnadle [Llangwnnadl],
Nevin [Nefyn], Llaneingan [Llanengan], Abereth [Abererch], Llanynstwy [Llanystumdwy],
Pistill, Llanor [Llannor], Llanunda [Llanwnda], Clynnog, Llanhaern
[Llanaelhaearn], Llandwrog, Llanllyfny [Llanllyfni], Llanglynnyn
[Llangelynnin], Penmorfa, Caernarfon otherwise Llanbeblin [Llanbeblig],
Llanrug, Bangor, Rhuwgyfyldchy, Arde otherwise Arthe, Llangristioehs
[Llangristiolus], Heneyllwys [Heneglwys], Trewalchmay [Trewalchmai], Aberpaw,
Llangadwalader [Llangadwaladr], Llanflewyn [Llanfflewin], Llanfchell
[Llanfechell], Am Lioch [Amlwch],
Llanfair, L wfs, Llanago [Llanallgo], Penrhose [Penrhos], Llanfalog
[Llanfaelog], Llanrhyddled [Llanrhuddlad], Llanfair yn Garnwy
[Llanfair-yng-Nghornwy], Llanvair [Llanfair], Llanbair, Pennynydd
[Penmynydd], Llanfiengel [?Llanfigel], Treban, Ffestiniog, Lladeckwyn
[Llandecwyn], Melai, Preeslygod, Petrual, Talhawyn, Barrog, Garwell, Denbigh,
Nantmawr, Llanvair Gwythern, Llansannan, Llan fydd, Llangernieu [Llangernyw],
Llanfairtalhayarn [Llanfair Talhaearn], Llanraida [Llanrhaeadr], cos.
Caernarfon, Denbigh, Merioneth [Meirionnydd] and Anglesey. [N.L.W. Glynllivon
||SURVEY: volume of plans of Lord
Newborough’s estate in Wales with references giving farm names and acreages,
parishes Bodvean, Llanguan [Llangian], Llanengan, Llanfaelrhys, Aberdaron and
Bardsey, Bryncroes, Meilltyrn [Mellteyrn], Llangwnadl [Llangwnnadl],
Tydweiliog [Tudweiliog] and Edern, Nevin [Nefyn], Carngiwch [Carnguwch],
Llanfihangel y Pennant, Llandwrog, Abererch, Llanystymdwy [Llanystumdwy],
Llanarmon, Pistyll, Penmorfa, Llanfaglan, Llannor, Penrhos, Llangwnadle
[Llangwnnadl], Denio [Deneio], Llanwnda, Dwygygylchi [Dwygyfylchi], Conwy,
Caerhun, Clynnog, Llanaelhaiarn [Llanaelhaearn], Llanllyfni, Llanbeblig,
Llanrug, Penllech, Llanddeiniolen, Gyffin; Llancadwaladr [Llangadwaladr],
Llanfechell, Penrhoslligwy [Penrhosllugwy], Llanfwrog, Holyhead, Llanfflewyn
Llanrhyddlad [Llanrhuddlad], Llanfihangel Tre’r Beirdd, Aberffraw,
Llanfairmathafarn eitha [Llanfair Mathafarn Eithaf], and Llanbedrgoch,
Newborough, Llangeinwen; Llanfairtalhaiarn [Llanfair Talhaearn], Llanrhaiadr
[Llanrhaeadr], Gwytherin, Llansannan, Llangerniw [Llangernyw], co. Denbs; and
in Ffestiniog and Llandecwyn. (Including an account of various quarrying
trials carried out in pa.[rish] Ffestiniog).
||BOOK of reference to a survey of
the Bodvean estate, in parishes Bodvean, Aberdaron, Bardsey, Llanfaelrhys,
Llanengan, Llangian, Meilltyrn [Mellteyrn], Bryncroes, Edern, Nevin [Nefyn],
Abererch, Llanarmon, Carngywch [Carnguwch], Pistyll, Penmorfa, Llanystymdwy
[Llanystumdwy], Llanfaglan, Llannor, Penrhos, Llanfihangel y Pennant, co.
Caerns.; and of the Anglesey estate in parishes Amlwch, Holyhead, Llanbedr goch, Llanflewyn [Llanfflewin],
Llanfachreth, Llanfair Mathafarn Eithaf, Llanfechell, Llanfihangel Tre’r
Bwiess [Llanfihangel Tre’r Beirdd], Llanfwrog, Penrhos Llugwy, Aberffraw and
Llanrhyddlad [Llanrhuddlad] and purchased estates in co. Caerns. in the
parishes Llanbeblig, Llandwrog, Llanfaglan, and Llanwnda and Clynnog; and of
the Glynllivon estate in parishes Llandwrog, Llanaelhaiarn [Llanaelhaearn],
Llanbeblig, Llanddeiniolen, Dwygygylchi [Dwygyfylchi], Gyffin, Bangor,
Caerhun, Conwy, Aberffraw, Llangadwaladr, and Newborough in the County of
Anglesey. Relates to the plans in no. XD2/8356.
||SCHEDULE of the property of Lord
Newborough in parishes Llandwrog, Llanunda [Llanwnda], Llanhayarn
[Llanaelhaearn], Clynnog, Llanllyfny [Llanllyfni], Caernarfon town and
Llanbeblick [Llanbeblig], Llanrug, Bangor, Rhuwgyfylchy, Newborough,
Llangeinwen, Llangristiolus, Heneglwys, Trewalchmay [Trewalchmai], Aberfraw
[Aberffro], Llangadwalader [Llangadwaladr], Llanfaylog [Llanfaelog],
Llanfihengel yn Howyn [Llanfihangel yn Nhywyn], Holyhead, Llanfwrog,
Llanrhyddled [Llanrhuddlad], Llanfairyngnornwy [Llanfair yng Nghornwy],
Llanfflewin, Llanfechell, Am Lwch [Amlwch], Llanfairlwfo, Llanallgo, Penrhose [Penrhos], Llanvair
[Llanfair] etc., Llanbedr, Penmynydd, Llanfihengel, Treban and Llanhaiarn
[Llanaelhaearn] giving the names of tenants and the rents. [N.L.W. Glynllivon
||Long distance view of the copper
||MOUNTED PHOTOGRAPH of Amlwch Port in 1925 taken from a box
with fishing boats.
with mooring stump and yacht at anchor.
||Fishing boats tied up in a
harbour, probably Amlwch.
||MOUNTED PHOTOGRAPH entitled
’Small Boats at Anchor’. Probably Amlwch.
||1965 Oct. 11
||B.R. Standard class 4 locomotive
75024 hauling tanker wagon, part of Amlwch - Menai Bridge up goods train.
||1831 May 23
||1. Thomas John, Lord Newborough
of Glynllivon. 2. Richard Owen of Amlwch, miner. TAKE NOTE to search for minerals on a rock called
Clogwyn y Morfa in pa.[rish] Llanhaiarn [Llanaelhaearn] in occupation of Hugh
Jones. Rent: One-tenth of all minerals.
||1883 March 6
||LETTER: J.P. de Winton,
Caernarfon, to Fred [G. Wynn]. He had time to spare at Menai Bridge after
returning from Amlwch the other
day, and so went to see G. Edwards. The boat’s planking is up to the check
line, and looked good, the shape being nearly exactly that requested. They
can do no good by going there until the beam and bulkheads are in. He reports
on progress with the boiler, and the work will not take long on such a small
boiler. It should do about 10½ knots.
||1884 Oct. 17
||SALE CATALOGUE of Ynys ferw and
Pilwrn in parishes Llanfihangel ys-ceifiog [Llanfihangel Esceifiog] and Amlwch. Plans.
||1903 Oct. 10
||SALE CATALOGUE of farms,
tenements, building sites etc., in parishes Llanrug, Waunfawr, Llanaelhaiarn
[Llanaelhaearn], and Amlwch.
||1800 Jan. 1
||COPY DOCUMENT OF PROCESS issued
by William Evans, attorney, for the demandants in a Common Recovery touching
fifty-five messuages, 230 acres of land, 110 acres of meadow, 460 acres of
pasture, 110 acres of furze and heath, and common of pasture in parishes
Newborough, Llangeinwen, Llangristiolus, Heneglwys, Trewalchmai, Aberffraw,
Llangadwaladr, Llanfaelog, Llanfihangel yn Nhowyn, Holyhead, Llanfwrog,
Llanrhyddlad, Llanfairynghornwy, Llanfflewin, Llanfechell, Amlwch, Llanfairllwfo, Llanallgo, Penrhos, Llanfair, Llanbedr,
Penmynydd and Llanfihangel Treban, heard in the second session for 1766.
Appended: LETTER: Samuel Grindley to William Pownall, Staple Inn, London. If
the 1766 recovery was meant to cover the whole acreage, it falls far short of
that. His agent fears there is a defect in the title to land sold at
||1824 Feb. 27
||LETTER: Elizabeth Madryn, Amlwch, to Lord Newborough, asking for
the £9.13.0d. which his Lordship’s late father owed her late son William.
||LETTER: John Jones and Joseph
Jones, Amlwch, to Lord Newborough
announcing the conclusions reached at a literary meeting, where it was
decided to erect a monument to the late Rev. Goronwy Owen, A.M., the Bard of
Anglesey. Enclosed: PRINTED sheet of conclusions of meeting.
||LETTER: W. Williams, land
surveyor, Bangor to the Hon. Spencer Wynn asking to be considered for the
post previously occupied by G. Bettiss. He once served under the Marquis of
Anglesey’s father in the mines at Amlwch. He offers, if engaged, to survey and map some lands for his
||1834 March 17
||LETTER: Evan Humphries,
Llanerchymedd, to Lord Newborough, re the stuff which was taken from ?Mynydd
Pen Garnedd in Llyn to the sea office in Amlwch, which turned out to be sulphur. He requests his permissoin to
make further tests.
||1839 April 9
||LETTER: Joseph Williams,
Secretary of the [Literary] Society, Amlwch, to Lord Newborough, soliciting donations or annual
subscriptions and donations of books. The society has been recently formed to
promote useful knowledge, especially among the young people of Amlwch, and intends to form a library of
books and hold lectures on scientific subjects.
||1839 July 8
||LETTER: Joseph Williams,
Secretary of the Amlwch
Institution for the Promotion of Useful Information, to Lord Newborough,
advising of a lecture to be given on 12 July 1839 by Mr. William Fricker at
the Amlwch National
Schoolroom, on Geology with particular reference to Anglesey.
||1840 Jan 31
||LETTER: Mr. Johnson, Chairman of
the Amlwch Board of Health, Amlwch to Lord [Newborough], asking his
Lordship to contribute to a collection being made in the neighbourhood of Amlwch for the relief of the great and
increasing poverty of the lower orders there, of late aggravated by sickness.
||LETTER: W[illia]m Elias, at
Bangor to Lord [Newborough]. He is going a round of tithe meetings through
Anglesey, and will receive his Lordship’s commands at the Tymawr Inn, Amlwch. He hopes the Red paint has
arrived from Webster. He is glad that the fever at Glyn[llifon] is abating,
and that Miss. Ellen Glyn[ne] is well.
||1843 March 2
||LETTER: Benjamin Roos, Amlwch to Wm. Elias, Abbey. He is
instructed to apply for costs for John Hughes of Talybrontan, Llandyfrydog
and Zachariah Edwards of Llandyfrydog, farmers, as witnesses under subpoena
in two cases at Beaumaris [Biwmares] in which Lord Newborough was concerned
re the tenant of Glynn. Mr. Rumsey Williams has told him to apply to Lord
Newborough. He requests Wm. Elias, as his Lordship’s agent, to send an order
for the amounts due. Appended: NOTE by W[m] E[lias] of his observations on
||1843 March 15
||LETTER: Benjamin Roos, Amlwch to Griffith Jones, Esq.,
solicitor, Pwllheli. John Hughes and Zechariah Edwards say they received
nothing for attending the hearing at Beaumaris [Biwmares]. He requests him to
advise Lord Newborough to pay the money.
||1843 April 15
||LETTER: G. Jones, Yoke House to
Lord [Newborough], enclosing a letter [present] from Benj. Roos, Amlwch (13 April 1843) to him,
requesting a reply re the expenses of John Hughes and Zechariah Edwards.
||1844 Sep 30
||LETTER: Wm. Elias, The Abbey to
Lord [Newborough]. He is trying to get payment of arrears, but the small
cattle did not sell at Denbigh Fair or Menai Bridge Fair. He discusses the
sale of the lease of Cedrun Slate Quarry; he hopes the present company will
be exchanged for a better one. He recommends John Jones be given tenancy of
Maesyplwm; all the applicants need a house built there. He obtained red paint
from Mr. Webster, Vitriol ___ Works, Amlwch; Messrs. Wm. Hill and sons, Saughall Road, Liverpool, sell the
same stuff but in oil, like white lead paint, and it is a good timber
preservative. There are few filberts, but Dickson of Chester could supply
real ones. Miscellaneous estate business. Enclosed: LETTER: (20 August 1844):
Richard Howard, Llanrhaeadr, [co. Denbs.] to Wm. Elias. Mrs. Mary Jones of
Penygerddi requests an abatement in the arrears due from her, as she has lost
her husband and daughter, and has had to pay heavy medical bills.
||The cargo vessel motor vessel
Chantala of the British India Line at sea off Amlwch, Anglesey.
||LETTER: Kitty Wynn to Lord
Newborough. She writes that she has received a letter from Mrs. Williams of Amlwch asking her to solicit Col.
Douglas Pennant to solicit an appointment for her son in the Customs or other
government office. Kitty also asks his Lordship to help gain a post for him.
She gives much family news.
||1847 March 12
||LETTER: M. Williams, Amlwch, Anglesey to Lord Newborough. He
writes that, because of the distress in the area, it was resolved at a
meeting of the better off inhabitants of Amlwch that they ought to solicit the aid of the landed proprietors
connected with the locality under the prevailing circumstances of want.
Therefore, he, on behalf of the incumbent of Amlwch, asks his Lordship for his humane help to relieve the desperate
||The small coasters Dunleith and
Eleth (steam powered) in the narrow entrance to Amlwch port, Anglesey, at low tide. See also XS/2171/2/82. No
||SKETCH of the palisade in Amlwch. Lord Newborough’s name appears
on the dorse. Document size 20 x 15cm.
||Three small, 2 masted sailing
vessels (schooners or ketches) in Amlwch Port. The two small steamers in background are those in
XS2171/1/182. No negatives.
||Mrs. H. Parry (left) and Miss M.
Hobday, Civil Defence Welfare Section members from Amlwch, making coconut sponge for lunch.
||Grills of liver, bacon and
onions for the 250 officials being cooked by Amlwch Civil Defence Corps Welfare Section members left to right, Miss
M. Hobday, Mrs. L. Arthur and Mrs. Ditton Jones, the Team leader. In the oven
are coconut sponge puddings.
Defence volunteers, left to right, Mrs. L. Griffiths, Mrs. W. Parry and Mrs.
D.Richards preparing lunch for 250 Royal Welsh Show officials.
||Richard Pritchard, son of the
family of Felin Borth, Amlwch. He
was later a miller at Llanllyfni. Died 12 April 1919.
||1862 11 Nov.
||1. Charles Chambers of Amlwch. 2. John Williams of Ty Coch.
AGREEMENT for purchase of share in Dorothea Quarry. Consideration £225.
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