Sub-series GAB2/6 - Llanbadarn Fawr (Faenor) title deeds

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GAB2/6

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Llanbadarn Fawr (Faenor) title deeds

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  • 1552-1885 (Creation)

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5 bundles, 1 loose item

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Title deeds of houses and lands in the township of Faenor in the parish of Llanbadarn Fawr, 1552-1885. Part of the township, Faenor Issa, is also referred to as lying in Dyffryn Clarach. The properties include Y Gardde Bychen and Tir Maes y Gove, acquired by Sir Richard Pryse between 1600 and 1604; a moiety of Tythyn Estyn y Ffynon Ddu, purchased by Sir Richard Pryse, 1643/4; Tyddyn Estyn Ffynnon Sais Duy purchased by Thomas Pryse, 1741; Tythyn Bron y Gof, Tythyn Dol y Velin, etc., purchased by Thomas Pryse in 1734; and Wern Philip purchased by the trustees of Sir Pryse Pryse, 1885. There are also miscellaneous deeds recording acqusitions by mortgage and purchase by John Pryse, Thomas Pryse of Glanfred, Sir Richard Pryse (elder and younger), and Thomas Pryse of Ynysgreigiog, 1564-1652. Other prominent names include Richard Phillipps of Aberystwyth and his son Henry, Sir Thomas Johnes of Abermarlais, the Vaughan family of Rhosgillan, Llanbadarn Fawr, Rees of Rhiwarthen, and Lloyd of Dan y Castell, Llanychaearn.

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  • English
  • Latin

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