RECEIPTS from David Lewis and Co., Linen and Woollen drapers, silk mercers, hosiers, grocers and tea dealers, High Street, Haverfordwest, for materials and sewing aids.
RECEIPT from W. J. Lewis, Tailor and draper, High Street, Cardigan.
RECEIPTS from Thomas and Jones, Linen and Woollen drapers, silk mercers, hosiers, hatters, etc., High Street, Haverfordwest, for clothes and materials.
RECEIPTS from Morris and Bevan, Tea dealers, grocers, etc., The London tea mart, Bridge Street, Haverfordwest, for food.
RECEIPTS from G. E. Searle, Watchmaker, jeweller and silver-smith, 111, Union Street, Stonehouse, Plymouth, for clock, stand and other items.
370-399: PAPERS RELATING TO THE HICKS FAMILY OF HENDON, MIDDLESEX, AND THE GIBBON FAMILY OF TREMAENHIRE, WHITCHURCH IN DEWSLAND, PEMBROKESHIRE, 1750-1898.
1750, Feb. 23
1.Lettice Evans of p. Saint Edrins, co. Pemb., widow and relict of Lewis Evans, late of Tremanhire, p. Whitechurch in Dewsland, co. Pemb., clerk, dec.
2.Abel Hicks of the town and co. of Haverfordwest, mariner.
3.Francis Andrew, p. Stainton, co. Pemb., gent.
ASSIGNMENT of mortgage on a m. known as Tremaenhire, Pendryn Mawr and Magwr Walter (occupants named) and also a m. known as Pendrin Caravol or Pendrin Back and Ffynnon Dewi (Occupants named), and also all the lands of 1 and 2, all in p. WHITECHURCH in Dewsland, co. Pemb.
Recital of the terms of the said mortgage dated 30 Oct. 1750.
[See 371, 372, 373]
Seals of 1 and 2