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A group of deeds principally concerned with the estate of the Manley family in the parish of Erbistock, Denbighshire. According ...,

  • 1571-1646.
  • Sub-series
  • 1431-1893.
  • Part of NLW Deeds

A group of deeds principally concerned with the estate of the Manley family in the parish of Erbistock, Denbighshire. According to some published sources, Francis, Roger and John Manley were all sons of Sir Richard Manley, comptroller of the household of Henry, prince of Wales. However, these deeds show that Francis was the son of Cornelius Manley (died c.1623) and his wife Mary, daughter of Francis Lloyd of Hardwick, Shropshire. He married Dorothy, daughter of Sir Gerard Eyton of Eyton Isaf. Cornelius, their heir, married Elizabeth Spark of Bury St Edmunds in 1670 and they had several issue. Francis, their eldest surviving son, died without issue and in 1729 Thomas, brother of Francis, was in possession of the estate. He had three children, all of whom died without issue. Prior to 1811, the estate was bequeathed by Mrs Rebecca Lawrence, daughter of Thomas Manley, to Isaac George Manley, a descendant of John Manley. The printed schedule includes a family tree compiled using published sources, including Burke's Landed Gentry, and unpublished sources comprising the bishops transcripts for the parish of Erbistock, and documents and papers relating to the Manley family which were acquired with these deeds, and which are now NLW MS 22730E. The deeds were purchased in February 1987 from Henry Sotheran Ltd. For a group of related deeds, see NLW Deeds 1344-1372.

Abstract of the pre-nuptial settlement of 3 and 4, containing a grant from 1 and 2 to 6 of properties ...,

  • 1373.
  • File
  • 1858, July 14.
  • Part of NLW Deeds

1 John Bruce Pryce, esq. 2 John Wyndham Bruce, esq., eldest son of 1. 3 Alan Cameron Bruce, esq., eldest son of 2. 4 Louisa Slade, spinster (aged 18 years). 5 Frances Paynter, wife of James Aylmer Paynter, a Captain in Her Majesty's Navy, mother and guardian of 4 appointed by the Will of her father Col John Henry Slade. 6 Anthony Nicholl Hawkins, esq., and Wyndham Slade, Barrister at Law. 7 Henry Chapman Mc. Veagh, esq., and Reginald Edward Molyneaux, esq. Abstract of the pre-nuptial settlement of 3 and 4, containing a grant from 1 and 2 to 6 of properties described in a schedule at the end of the settlement and referred to as the 'Duffryn and Nicholas Estate proper' (rent charges, uses and trusts specified). Donated by Dr David Wilson, 26 Erw Goch, Waunfawr, Aberystwyth, in July 1984.

Abstract Of Tithe Apportionment, dated 1 Aug. 1838, confirmed 1841, whereby rectorial tithes in respect of lands in t. Treflach ...,

Abstract Of Tithe Apportionment, dated 1 Aug. 1838, confirmed 1841, whereby rectorial tithes in respect of lands in t. Treflach, p. Oswestry, Shropshire (schedule appended) in the possession of Rowland Hunt, esq., of Boreatton Hall, t. Treflach, were merged in the freehold of the said lands, and a rentcharge of £63.15.0 p.a. to be paid to him. Deed donated by Mr W. E. Roberts, 84 Fewston Close, Newton Aycliffe, co. Durham, in Nov. 1988.

Abstract Of Title of John Evans, a bankrupt, 1736-1809, to m's described in no. 307 above, a passageway or road ...,

Abstract Of Title of John Evans, a bankrupt, 1736-1809, to m's described in no. 307 above, a passageway or road being six feet wide from the street called Mill Lane near the mill, bounded and abutted by the lands of Thomas Meredith on the east and the lands of William Edward Powell and Rod[erick] Richards, esq. on the west, a piece of ground of which part was used for the erection of a stable by J. E. and part as a garden adjoining his own, bounded on the north by the lands of Mrs Anne Humphreys, on the east by the house of Mary Davies, widow, on the west by the garden of J. E. and on the south by the lands of Thomas Meredith, all in the town of Aberystwyth, p. Llanbadarn Fawr, co. Card.

Abstract Of Title of the estate of Black and White Notley, Essex, which formerly belonged to the Asty family, to ...,

Abstract Of Title of the estate of Black and White Notley, Essex, which formerly belonged to the Asty family, to determine the heir at law. Mr Wyvill, the present parson of Black Notley Church, is in possession of the estate but is not the heir at law. The estate comprises of all that half part of the whole, into two equal parts to be divided, of all that man. or lp of Black Notley, a capital m. or Manor House called Black Notley Hall with 500 a., the advowson of the church of Black Notley and 240 a. of arable land called Stantons, a m. called Tanner or Taniers Farm with 250 a., all in p's Black and White Notely, Essex.

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