3.John Phillips of Saint Clears, co. Carm., gent., and Rachel, his wife, daughter of the said Evan Bowen.
ARTICLES of agreement tripartite between 1, 2 and 3 relating to the will of the said Evan Bowen.
Seals of 1, 2, 3
1743, Jan. 11
MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE of Peregrine Bowen of the city of Bristol, tobacconist, son of Evan Bowen, late of Haverfordwest, co. Pemb., merchant, dec.; and Mary Nickolls, daughter of William Nickolls, late of London, maltfactor, dec., in the Quaker Meetinghouse in White-hart Court in Gracechurch Street, London.
List of 63 witnesses appended.
214-220: PAPERS RELATING TO THE WOGAN FAMILY OF LLANSTINAN, PEMBROKESHIRE, 1704-18
1704, July 26
1.Hugh Powell, MA, Chanter of the Cathedral Church of Saint Paul’s of p. Llanunda, co. Pemb.
2.William Wogan of p. Llanstinan, co. Pemb., esq.
LEASE for 21 years of the parsonage and glebe lands of p. LLANUNDA, co. Pemb.
Annual rent: £24
[See 215, 216]
1707, June 18
1.William Wogan of Grays Inn, Middlesex, esq.
2.John Steele of Rotherhithe, Surrey, mariner.
MORTGAGE for £300 (6%) on the parsonage and glebelands of p. LLANWNDA, co. Pemb.
Recital of indenture of lease of the said lands between Hugh Powell and 1 and dated 26 July 1704.
Seal of 1
1707, June 18
1.William Wogan of Grays Inn, Middlesex
2.John Steele of Rotherhithe, Surrey
BOND in £318 (£9 on 19 Dec., 1707 and £309 on 19 June 1708) for the observance of a proviso or condition in one indenture of assignment of even date between 1 and 2.