Imperfect seals of 1 and 2
1.Philip Rhydderch et al.
FINAL CONCORD (L.H. indenture)
Endorsed: ‘Fines on Martell and several other tmt’s.’
Blank except for endorsements.
1701, March 17
1.James Hughes of co. bor. Carmarthen, gent.
2.Griffith Jones otherwise Griffith John of Blaenysvail, p. Llangynnwr, co. Carm., farmer, son and heir-at-law and also devisee under the last will and testament of David John late of Blaenysvail aforesaid; and Margaret, his wife.
3.John Jones of Blaenysvail aforesaid, gent., eldest son of the said Griffith Jones, otherwise Griffith John.
4.Joseph Powell of Kingston in the island of Jamaica.
RELEASE of four dwelling houses, cottages and gardens known by the name of Nant-y-faen, p. LLANGYNNWR, co. Carm. (occupants named).
1717, Nov. 6
1.William Penn, absolute proprietary and governor-in chief of Pensylvannia and territories thereunto.
2.Thomas Symyns of Martell, p. Poucheston, co. Pemb., gent.
EXEMPLIFICATION of an indenture of RELEASE dated 18 January 1681 of a quantity of 500 a. of land in the province of Pensylvannia.
Annual rent: 5s.
1719, Feb. 16
1.John Davies of p. Lampeter Velfry, co. Pemb., esq.
2.Richard Philipps of p. Saint Clears, co. Carm., gent., and Roger Davies of p. Lampeter Velfry, co. Pemb.
3.Catherine Rich, p. Llanfihangell Abercywyn, co. Carm., widow.
4.Mary Phillips of the same p. and co., spinster, elder daughter of 2 and grand-dau. of 3.
PRE-NUPTIAL SETTLEMENT of 1 and 4 of all the lands of 1 in p. LAMPETER VELFRY, co. Pemb., and m., known as Street House, p. LAMPETER VELFRY; two tmt’s known as Wernlogin Uchaf and Wernlogin Isaf; m., tmt, known as Nurton, with appurtenances known as The park above the house, Park-y-len, Park Pantmawr, Park-