File 52/1 - 'Description of the manor of Broniarth' and other Broniarth papers

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'Description of the manor of Broniarth' and other Broniarth papers


  • 1773-1816 (Creation)

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A description (perambulation) of the manor of Broniarth, Montgomeryshire in brown paper cover, 1773; Broniarth rent book, with enclosures, 1798-1812; accounts of rents received by Mr Llewellyn and Richard Croxon for John Owen, 1811-1816, with numerous vouchers, mainly for carriage of coal, chief rents and landlord’s property tax received from George Morgan, Elizabeth Edwards, Thomas Edwards, Elizabeth Roberts, Richard Allen, William Allen and others, 1808-1816. Accounts of interest include repairs at Pentre Biarth, 1811-1812, the attendance of Richard Daniel, bailiff, at the court leet of the manor of Broniarth, 1812-1813, and a blacksmith’s account from William Jones, 1815. The file also contains a notice to John Owen by Henry Bowman, commissioner appointed for the enclosure of lands in the manors of Llanfyllin and Mechain Uwch Coed of his intention to perambulate the boundary of part of the manor of Mechain Uwch Coed, 1812; and two lease agreements by John Owen of Penrhos for a messuage with the garden called Lord Cobham’s, Guilsfield, 1811, and for a farm in Guilsfield, 1814.

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Enclosed in rent book: map of ‘George Morgan’s allotment’ showing land at Haughton belonging to John Owen, 1802, receipts for property tax and for collecting chief rents, 1805-1809, and Mr Llewellyn’s account, 1811.


Previous refs: ‘Box 15. Modern deeds’ (1/4); NLW Longueville Collection, 1988 Deposit, Box 324.

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  • Text: 52/1 (Box 46)