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BARGAIN and SALE of a m. called Nant heskoone in p. DINAS, co. Pemb., in the occupation of 1.

Endorsed: Between Richard Pritchard, esq., plaintiff and John Symyns, esq., defendant. In Chancery, 11 April 1743. This indenture was produced.



1640, May 15

1.Phillip Griffith of p. Whitchurch, in Kemes, co. Pemb., gent.

2.Thomas Morgan, gent.

BOND in £50 for the observance of indentures of even date between 1 and 2.

Latin, English


1640, Aug. 27

1.Thomas Phillipps of Tre-ellin, p. Manorowen, co. Pemb., gent.

2.Thomas Phillipps of Velyndre in p. Llys-y-Vraen, co. Pemb., gent.; and Thomas Harries of Tregwynt, p. Granston, co. Pemb.

POST-NUPTIAL SETTLEMENT of a m., tmt, water mill and lands known as Tre-ellin, p. MANOROWEN, co. Pemb., and all the m. known as Ffynnon-y-gwybe, p. LLANUNDA, co. Pemb., and three m’s known as Trevorgy, p. LLANUNDA, co. Pemb., also a m. known as Dwynkyddinam and other lands (occupants named), p. LLANUNDA, and also a m. in p. FISHGUARD, and a m. known as Pen Heskerne, p. FISHGUARD, and also a m. known as Tre-eboetly, p. FISHGUARD, and Water mill in p. LLANUNDA, and certain meadow lands therein; a m. called Kewney Fach, p. LLANUNDA; a m. in Kyle, p. LLANUNDA; a m. known as Tre-ellin, p. MANOROWEN, all in co. Pemb. (occupants named in each case).


1640, Dec. 10

1.John Symyns of Martell, co. Pemb., gent.

2.David James of Killgwyn, p. Nevern, co. Pemb., yeoman.

GIFT of m’s, tmt’s and lands in Hayse Castle, p. MAESCASTLE and AMBLESTON, co. Pemb. (names given in separate schedule) in consideration of the intended marriage between Thomas Symyns of Martell, gent. and heir apparent of the said John Symyns and Anne Warren of Killgwyn, p. NEVERN, widow.


1663, Jan. 6

1.John Symyns of Martell, co. Pemb., gent.

2.Thomas Symins of p. Nevarne, co. Pemb., gent., son of 1.

3.John Seare of Great Honyborough, co. Pemb., yeoman.

POST-NUPTIAL SETTLEMENT on the marriage of 2, and Anne his wife of m. of Martell, Winterton and Mylton in p.’s PONCHESTON and NEWCASTLE, and m. and cottages known as Coleston, p. NEWCASTLE, and four m’s, lands, cottages in p. HAYSCASTLE and RINASTON, and the lordship known as Gybrishfoard in Lower

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