Series K1 - Aberbechan estate title deeds

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Aberbechan estate title deeds


  • 1238, 1564-1680 (Creation)

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5 bundles, 1 envelope

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Title deeds of houses and lands belonging to the estate of Aberbechan, Montgomeryshire, in the parishes of Aberhafesb, 1609, Betws Cedewain, 1564-1596, Carno, 1238, 1584-1590, Llanllwchaearn, 1566-1595, Llanwnnog, 1650, and Manafon, 1669-1680, together with miscellaneous bonds and other documents, 1577-1635. Several of the deeds record transactions of John Pryse of Aberbechan and Gogerddan, Edward Pryse, Sir Richard Pryse and the family of his wife, Dame Gwen Pryse, particularly Rees ap Morys ap Owen of Aberbechan. This series contains the earliest document found in the Gogerddan estate records, a gift by Brother Hugh of St Asaph to the Hospital of Jerusalem in Carno, 1238.

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Arranged in alphabetical order of parish, followed by miscellaneous bonds

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Further papers relating to the Aberbechan estate are in Hertfordshire Archives, ref. D/ELw .

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