File JAA1/7 - Llanwrin

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  • [?1403]-1677 (Creation)

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1 bundle (24 items : several tied together)

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Title deeds of houses and lands in the parish of Llanwrin and manor of Cyfeiliog, Montgomeryshire, [?1403]-1677. The earliest document is a copy of court roll of the manor of Cyfeiliog, recording a gift to Llywelyn ap Gruffith Ieuan Lloit ap Tuder and Ieuan Vighan ap Cadog' of a gavel of land of Tuder ap Cyno, previously of Madoc ap Owen ap Grono in Llanwrin, and a pardon to the tenants who rebelled in the late insurrection [revolt of Owain Glyndwr], [?1403]. Properties in the later deeds include Tuthyn Mays y Ffrewthey, 1545; Dryll yr Helygen, Dryll y Weirglodd, and Dryll Juxta Derwen y Fran, land in Y Bryn Koch, Anhereg y Cappel in Glynceirig, Aber Nant y Barkytt in Dol Yorchen, Glynceirig, and Yr Ystum Gwyn, purchased by John ap Hugh ap Ieuan of Mathafarn, 1545-1569; Gwerne 'r Stable, otherwise Esgair y Kawdladd, and Dol Gwern Stabley, acquired respectively by Richard ap Hugh ap Ieuan of Penegoes, 1566, Rowland ap John ap Hugh, 1570, and Rowland Pugh, 1595; and [Tyddyn y Ganffrwd], purchased by Rowland Pughe, 1628. The file also contains the post-nuptial settlement of Meredith ap Ho'ell ap Rees and Ethliwe vch D'd Lloyd, 1576; leases by Rowland Pughe, naming Kae Ieuan Vongam, Tythyn Eskair Hir, Llyest Bwlch Gwayn Drosol, Llyest Bwlch Gwayn Nant, Tyddyn Bryn Gronw and part of Bryn Meirig, in Blaenglesyrch and Llanfechan, 1577-1608; mortgages to Rowland Pughe of Tythyn Blaenglesyrch and other properties in Llanfechan, Blaenglesyrch and Glynceirig, 1600x[1648]. Other properties include lands in Dol Rhyd Ieuan Thy, 1587. Among the personal names are Ieuan ap Rees ap Ieuan ap Mredyth ap Ieuan Vaughan of Llanidloes and other descendants of Ieuan ap Mredyth ap Ieuan Vaughan, 1568. The final item is a conveyance by William Pughe of Mathafarn and others to Cornelius LeBrun of Nanteos, Cardiganshire, of Kae Iago, Glynceirig, and Esgair Hyr, Llanfechan, 1677.

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  • English

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Endorsed on JAA1/7/21: ‘Machenlleth & Penegoes Deedes’


The date of the earliest document is highly dubious. It appears to be the 4th regnal year of Henry IV (1403) or Henry V (1416) but the day-dates suggest the year 1407.


Previous refs: Old Schedule 50, 500 (deleted), 514, 522, 530-531, 536, 539-540, 655-656, 676, 737, 1073, 1232-1233, 1277, 1279, 1280, 1554, 1556, 1564; NLW Gogerddan 580, 582-583, 817, 823, 1001, 1398, 1770, 1798-1799, 1806, 1809, 1812, 1946, 1957-1958, 2024, 2248, 2386-2387, 2666, 2692, 2701.

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  • Text: JAA1/7 (Box 125)