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Gift by Amabilia, daughter of Walter the miller of Kenefeg to John Pervath and Alice his wife, of an a ...,

Gift by Amabilia, daughter of Walter the miller of Kenefeg to John Pervath and Alice his wife, of an a. of land in the field called Nulemannis fond, between the land of Walter de Magor and that of the grantor, reaching from the millpond to the meadow of Thomas Faber, at the yearly rent of one penny, and twenty shillings beforehand. Witnesses: David Beneyt, Walter Roddoc, William Terry, John Goh, Henry Willoc, William Aylward. Latin. Round seal, green wax, a rosette. + S' Amabille . Le Millerd.

Confirmation by Nicholas [ap Gwrgant], Bishop of Llandaff [1148-1183], to Margam Abbey, of all things which Rodbert Earl of Gloucester ...,

Confirmation by Nicholas [ap Gwrgant], Bishop of Llandaff [1148-1183], to Margam Abbey, of all things which Rodbert Earl of Gloucester [d. 1147] gave for construction of an Abbey into the hands of the monks of Clairvaux, viz. all the land between Auen and Chenefeg, from the brow of the hills to the sea, as the waters descend from the hills, and the fisheries of Auen; and of the gift of William Earl of Gloucester [1147-1173], son of the above, all the wreck on that land, and the fishery of Chenefeg; and of the gift of Roger de Haubertunia, with assent of William Scurlag, [See G. T. Clark's Cartae, No. lxiv, 1205], the Grange of Langewi. Witnesses: Bertramnus, Prior of Eweni [founded in 1141]; Peter, Hugh, Adam, Edwine, monks of Gloucester; Herewald and William, canons of Llandaff; William, chaplain of Rumi; Adam son of Walter, Roger de Bona-uilla, Richard de Rumi, Thomas de Landiltuit, Alward de Penmarc. Latin. Pointed oval seal, red wax, edge chipped, 31/4 x 2 in., appended by a cord. The Bishop, with mitre and vestments, holding a staff or crozier in the left hand, lifting up the right hand in benediction. + SIGI......NICHOLAI. D[ei . Grac]ia . Landavensis . Episcopi.

Demise by Ketheréch, son of John Du, to Margam Abbey, of 15 a. of land of his free tenement in ...,

Demise by Ketheréch, son of John Du, to Margam Abbey, of 15 a. of land of his free tenement in the land of Peiteuín, adjacent to the 5 a. lying on the south of the highway from Kenefec to Cardiff, along the vill of Walter Lupellus, or Luuel. Under seal of the Prior of Oweni. [The Priory of Oweni, or Ewenny, was known at this time as the Priory of St. Michael the Archangel of Uggomore or Ogmore, being situate upon the bank of the river of that name.]. Witnesses: William Killemichel, Eniawo son of Richered, Breuel, Ketheréch son of Caradoc Dv, Grifin son of Keneithur ab Herebert, his kinsmen ('nepotes') who have sworn to observe the conditions of the deed, on the holy relics at Margam Church, together with Tanguistell his wife; Conan Abbot of Margam [c. 1170-1180]; James, prior; Roger, cellarer; William, porter; Godefrey, monk; Jordan, conversus; Roger, hospital conversus; Gregory; John, master of the Grange; Aithan the clerk; Robinus, priest/servant ('famulus') of the hospice; Ithell son of Ruwel. Latin. Fine pointed oval seal, chipped, red wax, 23/4 x 13/4 in. A prior standing, turned to the left, tonsured, holding a scroll and book. + Sigillvm : Prioris : SCI[ : Mic]hael' : De : Vggomor'.

Gift by Caradoc Uerbeis to the Cistercian Order, and Brother Meiler and the Brethren of Pendar, of all his land ...,

Gift by Caradoc Uerbeis to the Cistercian Order, and Brother Meiler and the Brethren of Pendar, of all his land between the three waters, Frutsanant, Cleudac, and Nantclokenig, in wood and plain, which wood is called Hlowenroperdeit, with concession of Margan, Caduwalan, and Meriedoc, sons of Caradoc, in whose fee the land stood, and of the grantor's brothers Joaf, Grunu, and Meuric, his son, and his wife Gladis; for 20s. Under seal of his Lord Margam, son of Caradoc. Witnesses: Master Peter de Landaf, Joaf Edighet, Roger son of Eniau, Kelin Wendot, Jeruert son of Madoc, Johan Landaf, Maredud son of Owen, Eniauun, priest of Pentirech; Philip the clerk his brother, Ris son of Joan, Adam son of Meiler. Latin. Round seal, red wax, 1? in. A knight in armour, with sword, conical helmet and nasale, spike-shield, and hauberk, riding on a horse galloping to the right. + Sigillvm . [Mar]gani . Filii . Cratoci. Cf. No. 87 [1175x1208] for a different seal of this Margan.

Gift by Luwelin, son of Riered, and his brethren, to Margam Abbey, of all their land of Pennud with moor ...,

Gift by Luwelin, son of Riered, and his brethren, to Margam Abbey, of all their land of Pennud with moor and under-wood, and abjuration of all the land of Embroc which their father gave to the monks, and all the land which lies between Auene and Kenefeg. Sworn upon the holy relics of the church. And the monks of Margam have received the grantors into their family, and undertake to give them appropriate burial. Witnesses:- Henry, monk of Margam; Gnaitur, converse; Robert de Pulmor; Caradoc the clerk; Yewan and Gnaithu, sons of Wgan; Wrunu, son of Kandelan. Latin. Round seal, red wax, an ornamental star or rosette. + Sigill' Lvelin Map Rired. See Roll No. 543 (3) [1211x1250]; Cartae, No. MCCCCVIII; History of Margam Abbey, p. 168.

Gift by Richard Norrensis, or Norreis, to the monks of Margam of 1 a. of land near the stream which ...,

Gift by Richard Norrensis, or Norreis, to the monks of Margam of 1 a. of land near the stream which divides the land of Pishulle (at Kenfig) from the land of the donor. The donor, his wife and sons, are received into the fraternity of the Monastery. Witnesses:- Maurice de Cantelo, Robert Samson, Cradoc the physician, Philip the priest of Lambernagd. Latin . Fine and curious seal, red wax, 2 in. diameter: a wyvern with human face, wearing a cap, the tail flory. + Sigillv ......... I : Norreis . Endorsed in a late hand: Kenfig.

Gift in frank almoin by Hugh de Hereford to Margam Abbey, of 30 a. of land upon Corneli, from the ...,

Gift in frank almoin by Hugh de Hereford to Margam Abbey, of 30 a. of land upon Corneli, from the old cemetery to the boundary of the land of Walter Lupellus, or Luuel, then to the land of Joaf son of Herebert, along the highway from the chapel of Corneli towards the water, etc. The charter offered on the altar for the soul of his lord, William, Earl of Gloucester, and others. Witnesses: Roger, cellarer of Margam; William de Bedint', monk; Jordan, conversus; Reginald son of Symon, Richard his clerk, Thomas de Corneli, Roger Sturmi. Herebert son of Turkill, Richard de Dunestore. Latin. Imperfect seal, red wax, as described in No. 32 [c. 1183?].

Acknowledgement by John Mygnoth of the receipt from Roger the Abbot and the convent of Margam, in perpetual farm, of ...,

Acknowledgement by John Mygnoth of the receipt from Roger the Abbot and the convent of Margam, in perpetual farm, of a house and manse in the town of Newcastle, co. Glam., and the land lately held by Ralph, rector of Newcastle, with 1 a. land in Hám. Rent: 31/2 marks. Reservation to the convent of a site for a mill, and the fishery on the water of Vgemor. Power to the Rural Dean of Gronouth and the bailiff of Cardiff to compel performance of the stipulations. Witnesses: Richard de Turberevile, Philip de Nereberd, Maurice, son of Griffin; Robert de Anne, John le Noreys, William de Turbérevile, Hamund de Turberevile. Latin. Round seal, green wax, 3/4 in. A device emblematical of the Passion of our Lord, consisting of a cinquefoil flower, of which the centre is a lion's face, the five leaves (for wounds) bear each a cup or chalice, and the five barbs each a passion nail. + S' IOH Is : Minot.

Confirmation by Henry [of Abergavenny, 1196-1218], Bishop of Llandaff, to Margam Abbey, of all the land of Langewi, according to ...,

Confirmation by Henry [of Abergavenny, 1196-1218], Bishop of Llandaff, to Margam Abbey, of all the land of Langewi, according to the charters of the grantors, and the Church of Langewi, saving episcopal rights. Witnesses: Nicholas, treasurer of Llandaff; Helias, dean of Newcastle; Richard, dean of Bonevileston; Master Roger de Culne, Robert de Bergeveni. Latin. Fine impression of the pointed oval seal, dark green wax, 23/4 x 13/4 in. The Bishop, standing on a short column or pedestal, with mitre and staff, lifting up the right hand in the act of pronouncing a blessing. + Sigill' : Henrici : Dei : Gracia : Landavensis : Episcopi. Rev. A smaller pointed oval counterseal.

Gift by John de Boneuill to Margam Abbey, of 33 a. of arable land in his fee of Boneuill; and ...,

Gift by John de Boneuill to Margam Abbey, of 33 a. of arable land in his fee of Boneuill; and the land of William Harper (Citharedus), viz. 121/2 a. and 5 a., the gift of Susanna to the Abbey. Witnesses: Philip de Marcros, Walter de Sulia, William Sor, Richard Flamang, Richard, chaplain of Boneuill'; Walter, clerk of Cumkebir'; Robert Samson. Latin. Oval seal, dark green wax, imperfect, 1? x 1 in. Impression of an oval intaglio gem, inscribed with an Arabic sentence, engraved in an ancient character. Perhaps a relic of the Crusades. + Sigill': Johann': De: Bonevile.

Gift by Leisan, son of Morgan, to Margam Abbey, of all the land of Rossaulin, between the water called Wrach ...,

Gift by Leisan, son of Morgan, to Margam Abbey, of all the land of Rossaulin, between the water called Wrach and that called Cleudachcumkake, and between the water of Neth and the highway along the hills from Torbethel to Glinwrach, and common of pasture of all his land on the hills between Auena and Neth. Witnesses: Helias, dean of Newcastle; Maurice, Martin, Henry, and David, priests; Roger, son of Wian; David Puignel, John Sóór; Grunu, son of John. Latin. Large seal, red wax, as described in No. 110b.

Grant by Leisan, son of Morgan, to Margam Abbey, of common of pasture in all his land on the east ...,

Grant by Leisan, son of Morgan, to Margam Abbey, of common of pasture in all his land on the east part of Neth. Witnesses: Helias, dean; Maurice, Martin, and Henry and David, priests; Roger, son of Wian; David Puignel, John Soor, Grunu, son of John. Latin. Oval seal, pointed at top, green wax, 1? x 11/2 in. A knight in armour, riding on a horse to the right. + Sigill' Leisan Fil' Morgani. Cf. Nos 106, 107, 108 (dated 1213).

General confirmation by Ohein, or Owen, son of Morgan, to Margam Abbey, of all the gifts, charters, and agreements which ...,

General confirmation by Ohein, or Owen, son of Morgan, to Margam Abbey, of all the gifts, charters, and agreements which his father, Morgan, made to them in meadows, lands, the marsh of Auene, the territory of Newcastle, in Pultimor, the mountains, etc. Witnesses:- Alaithur, son of Ithenard, Heneir; Heneir, brother of Alaithur; Res, son of Ruathlan; Madoc, son of Roger; Anharoud, son of Knaithur; Heneir, brother of Anharoud; Vrien, son of Weir; Ithelnard, son of Madoc; Keneurec, son of Madoc; Meuric, son of Ketheric; Hespus, son of Meiler; Philip, brother of Hespus; Elidir, brother of Philip. Latin. Round seal, red wax: equestrian type. + S ...... Oweni . Fil'. Morgani.

Lease for 70 years by John Gruff', Abbot, and Convent of Margam, to Jankyn ap Phelip and Elizabeth, verz Jeuan ...,

Lease for 70 years by John Gruff', Abbot, and Convent of Margam, to Jankyn ap Phelip and Elizabeth, verz Jeuan, his wife, of the moiety of a grange, arable land, etc., called 'Courte Bechan',' at Istormy, with limitation to their issue, then to the right heirs of the said Jankyn. Rent, 6s. 4d., and eight geese for the moiety of the tithe of the same. Latin. Dated in Margam Chapter House. Red wax impression, chipped at the base of the seal, of the Abbot and Convent of Margam, viz. the Virgin and Child in a canopied niche, between two shields of arms; dex. three clarions sin. three chevrons, etc., as before. + Sigillvm . Abbat TVS . De . Margan.

Gift by Mayoc Vaghan to Margam Abbey, and quitclaim of all right in the land of Pennud and any other ...,

Gift by Mayoc Vaghan to Margam Abbey, and quitclaim of all right in the land of Pennud and any other land of the monks between the source of Frudul direct to Thorkemereu, and across to the way which comes from upper Pennud', and then along the same way to Blainantdisculva, then across as far as Ridekouch', then along the water of Avene to the sea. Sworn upon the holy relics of the Church of Landaff. Witnesses:- Maurice, Archdeacon of Llandaff; Maurice the treasurer, John Gurda, Kenewrec ab Joruard, Idenard Vagh, Joruard ab Ririd; Leuky, mother of the donor; Cradoc, conversus of Karl[eun]; Osbern, Thomas de Cantelo, monks; Espus, conversus. Of Margam. Latin. Round seal, green wax: an ornamental star, with base of a fleur-de-lis. + Sigill' . Mayoc . Bohan .

Final concord, by which Morgan, son of Owen, admitting the immensity of the damage which he has inflicted upon the ...,

Final concord, by which Morgan, son of Owen, admitting the immensity of the damage which he has inflicted upon the horses and cattle belonging to Margam Abbey, amounting to £153, agrees to reduce the rent of 20s., due by the Abbey to him for Hauothaloch, to 2s., with penalty of excommunication or interdiction by the Bishop of Llandaff in case of breaking the agreement. Under seals of Bishop William de Burgo [1244-1253], and of Richard de Clare, Earl of Gloucester [1229-1261]. Witnesses: William, Bishop of Llandaff; Master Peter official; Ralph de Newcastle, Nicholas, dean of Gronnyth; Stephen Bauzain, sheriff of Glamorgan; Walter de Sulia, Gillebert de Umframuille, John de Regny, William Le Flammeng, Leysan, son of Morgan Cham: Owen ab Alaythur. Yoruerd' ab Espus. Latin. Cf. No. 120 [1215x1222]. 1. Seal, red wax, of Bishop William (see No. 145, dated 1246), imperfect. 2. Round seal, green wax, imperfect, 23/4 in. diam. Obv. The Earl in armour, hauberk, surcoat, flat helmet, with sword and shield of arms, Clare, riding on an armorially caparisoned horse, galloping to the right. ...... De : C. Rev. A shield of arms, Clare, suspended by the strap from a tree, between two lions. ...... RE : Comit ....... 3. Pointed oval seal, green wax, 11/4 x ? in. An ornamental fleur-de-lis. + S' Morgan : Mab : Oein.

Deed of exchange by Dominus Gilebert de Turbevile to Margam Abbey, of 2 a. land in the fee of Newcastle ...,

Deed of exchange by Dominus Gilebert de Turbevile to Margam Abbey, of 2 a. land in the fee of Newcastle, near the road leading from Kenefec to Cardiff, for 2 a. in the same fee. Witnesses: Robert de Cantulupo John, son of William; William Le Deneys, Richard Le Noreys, Wronu ab Cradoc. Latin. Round seal, green wax, imperfect, 11/2 in. diam. A knight with surcoat, flat helmet, sword, and shield of arms, a chevron (?) riding on a horse galloping to the right, and blowing a horn. + Sigi ....... Berti .....

Another copy of No. 204 (dated 18 Feb. 1329) under the seals of the Lord William and Lady Alianora, dated ...,

Another copy of No. 204 (dated 18 Feb. 1329) under the seals of the Lord William and Lady Alianora, dated at Hanley. Two round seals, red wax, chipped:. 1. As described in No. 208. 2. About 11/4 in. diam. A shield of arms; per pale, dex. Clare, sin. Zouche. Within an elaborate panel of tracery enclosing three lozenge-shaped shields of arms: 1, three lions passant guardant in pale; 2, broken off; 3, Despenser. SIGIL...

Confirmation of gift and sale by Cadwaladr ap Hywel,

Notification by Alan, bishop of Bangor, addressed to all sons of Holy Mother Church in the bishopric of Bangor, that Kadwaladr, son of Howel, for the souls of himself and his parents, has given to the brothers of the church of the Cistercian order, St Mary of Estradmarhel, in perpetual and quiet alms, free from all exaction and custom, all the land from the stream called Bacho to the stream called Dengum; and also has sold for fifteen marks the feeding ground from the stream Dengum to Cumluith, to the same brothers for their own use. -- The witnesses of this gift and sale are: Laurence, Hospitaller, Sulien, archdeacon, Ioreuerth, dean, son of Howel, Ieuwaf, son of Ioreuerth, Philipp, prior of Lanwinnauch, Master Helias, Master Roger; of laymen: Meiler, son of Nennian, Griffud, son of Kadugaun, Karadauch the Little, Griffud Hiruein, Gurgeneu Preco, Henir Vates -- Because the present age is prone to evil and ingenuity tempts it calumniously to infringe what it endeavours to extort to itself, he confirms this gift and sale with his seal. Whomsoever shall presume to annul or disturb this gift and sale and the confirmation of this charter, by God’s authority and his own, he shall be overwhelmed by the sentence of anathema and thrown out of the bounds of Mother Church as long as he remains in his presumption.

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