1853, Nov. 2
LETTER from J. W. Bowen, Rhos Market, to James Summers. [Instructions for Will].
Wishes to remember those who were kind to him when he was ‘poor and necessitous’. Whole of his property thus to be divided between brother and sister, Charles Webb Bowen and Augusta Jane Howell, of Camrose House.
1853, Dec. 17
1.Rev. Llewelyn Lloyd Thomas, rector, Newport, co. Pemb., clerk.
2.Mary Divies of Llanyst, p. Fishguard, co. Pemb.
RELEASE of mortgage on a tmt and lands known as Penybreukins, p. NEWPORT, co. Pemb.
Recital of indenture of December 1853 mortgaging the said tmt
1853, Dec. 17
SCHEDULE of title deeds and writings relating to certain tmt’s and lands called Penybreukins situate in p. NEWPORT, co. Pemb., the property of the Rev. Llywellyn Lloyd Thomas of NEWPORT, co. Pemb., clerk, and by him conveyed in mortgage to Mary Davies of Llanyst [?] near Fishguard, co. Pemb., for securing the sum of 2200.
Items date from 8 March 1789 to 17 Dec. 1853.
1853, Dec. 20
LETTER. R[obert] Fulke Greville, [High Sheriff of Pembrokeshire], James Summers esq.
Regrets inability to attend celebration of opening the South Wales Railway Company in Haverfordwest on 28 December 1853.
[See 149-51, 167]
BUNDLE of receipts [7 items] for legacies received under the will of Anne Bowen.
LEGACY RECEIPTS for the estate of Anne Bowen of Market Street, Haverfordwest, spinster who died 21 August 1854.
6 bequests to nieces.