1766, Dec. 6
1.Evan Jones of the town and bor. of Kidwelly, co. Carm.; and Rees Jones of the town of Kidwelly; and David Jones of the said bor., gent., eldest son and heir apparent of the said Evan Jones, and nephew of the said Rees Jones.
2.Rachel Phillips of Garthey, p. Saint Clears, co. Carm., widow; and Alice Maria Phillips, spinster, an infant of 19 years, only daughter and heir of John Phillips, late of Garthey aforesaid, gent., dec., by the said Rachel Phillips.
3.Richard Phillips of the town and bor. of Kidwelly aforesaid, gent.; and John Hensleigh of Panteague, p. Llandewy Velfry, co. Pemb., gent.
MARRIAGE ARTICLES on the intended marriage of the said David Jones and the said Alice Maria Phillips Evan Jones gives to his son a m., stable and garden in the occupation of Eleanor Morris, widow, and the field called Parc John Wirton, field called Pen Kidwelly Isaf, a field called Parc-y-Waun, one field called Parc-y-pant, one little stable called Pen Kidwelly Isaf, and other lands. 3 to act as trustees.
Also 1 to give to 3 the sum of £140 and one mortgage from Owen David of p. LLANDEVEYLOG, co. Carm., mortgaging to the said Evan Jones the m. called Nant-y-Goitre, p. LLANDEVEYLOG, co. Carm., and other goods valued at £500. 3 to act as trustees for the payment of interest at 5% on the said sum to the said David Jones and Alice Maria Phillips.
Also the m., house and garden known as Portway House, p. SAINT ISHMAELS, co. Carm., and a field called Portway Field. Rachel Phillips to give the m. known as the Black Lion, p. LLANFIHANGEL ABERCYWYN, co. Carm.; and also the m. known as Garthey, p. SAINT CLEARS, co. Carm.
1768, Mar. 7
1.David Williams of Maes-y-Quarry, p. Betws, co. Carm., gent., and John Williams of Maes-y-Quarry, farmer, son and heir apparent, and Elizabeth his wife, late Elizabeth Jones of Ynystawnog, spinster.
2.William Jones of Ynystawlwg, gent.; and Richard Pryce of Rhydarwen, p. Llanarthney, co. Carm., gent.
LEASE for one year and RELEASE of m’s known as Tir Maes-y-quarry, Tir-y-Mayson Coch, Erw ddu, Maes-y-lloch, Tir y lan, Tir David Hopkin Da Llwyd, Tir Brynhynydd; a m., house and garden known as Bryn hynydd, all in p. BETWS, co. Carm. Also a m. known as Tir Evan Gall or Tir Anne Gall, p. LLANDYBIE, co. Carm.; and also other pieces of land in the said p.’s BETWS and LLANDYBIE, co. Carm. (occupants named in each case.)
Annual rent: One pepper corn.
1768, Mar. 8