Granville West, Chivers & Morgan, deeds 1710-1940

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Messrs Granville West, Chivers and Morgan.
Messrs Granville West, Chivers & Morgan
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Biographical/Historical note

Granville West, Chivers & Morgan, founded in 1904, is a firm of solicitors with several offices in the former county of Gwent.

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Scope and Contents note

Deeds and documents relating to properties in Abergavenny, Llanellen, Llangattock Lingoed, Llanover Upper and elsewhere in Monmouthshire, 1710-1940, Brecknockshire, 1905-1918, and Clodock, Herefordshire, 1873-1919. See also System of Arrangement field.

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Arrangement note

Arranged into the following: Abergavenny; Blaenavon; Chapel Hill; Cwmyoy; Ebbw Vale; Goytre; Llandogo; Llanellen; Llanfoist; Llangattock Lingoed and others; Llanover Upper (Blaenavon); Llantilio Crossenny; Llantilio Pertholey, Fwthog (Cwmyoy), Llanvihangel Crucorney; Llanvihangel Crucorney; Llanvihangel Ystern Llewern; Llanwenarth Citra; Raglan; Tintern; parish unspecified; Crickhowell (Brec.); Llanelly (Brec.); Clodock, also Oldcastle (Heref.); miscellaneous.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

 Gwent Archives

Conditions Governing Access note

Usual conditions apply

Conditions Governing Use note

Usual copyright regulations apply

Accruals note

Accruals are not expected

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Donated by Messrs Granville West, Chivers & Morgan, Lion Street, Abergavenny, 1982.

Appraisal note

All records have been retained

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Controlled Access Headings


  • Deeds--Wales--Powys; Deeds--Wales--Monmouthshire; Deeds--England--Clodock;

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Other Finding Aids note

Hard copies of the catalogue are available at Gwent Record Office and the National Library of Wales.

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Collection Inventory

 D1967/B Co. Mon. Early 18th century-Mid 20th century 

 D1967/B Abergavenny Early 18th century-Early 20th century 

 D1967/B/1 Final Concord (in 5 weeks from Easter Anne IX) 1. Mathew Powell, quer. 2. William Price and Blanche his wife deforc. of one messuage, stable and garden in Abergavenny. Consideration: £60 May 1710 

 D1967/B/38 Mortgage 1. William Price of Abergavenny, grocer. 2. John Harris Conway, grocer, John Daniel, tanner, James Hiley Morgan, bookseller, Henry Thomas, printer, Thomas Evans, shoe dealer, all of Abergavenny, trustees of the Abergavenny Benefit Building Society. Recital of: 8 March 1853 1. J.H. Conway, J. Daniel, J.H. Morgan, H.Thomas. 2. William Price 3. Henry Poole 4. James Price, esq. of land to 2 and to 3 in trust. of a plot of land being parcel of Cantref in par. Abergavenny, fronting Brecon Road for thirty six feet, to secure £29. Covenant to insure provision for tennacy in default of repayment. 8 Mar 1853-9 Mar 1853 

 D1967/B/48 Lease (originally with D1967/B/49) 1. Edmund Morgan of Coalbrook Vale (contractor) 2. James Watkins of Abergavenny (builder) for 99 years of 1005 sq. yds. par. Abergavenny adjoining the Turnpike Road from Abergavenny to Brecon to erect a messuage of the value of £500. Various covenants. Plan endorsed. Annual rent: £6 5s 7d. 9 Dec 1875 

 D1967/B/65 Agreement 1. Thomas Delafield of the Kings Arms, Delafield's Brewery, Abergavenny, maltser, brewer, wine, spirit and hop merchant. 2. Ada Cornelia, Mary Delafield, Aston House, Union Road, Abergavenny. to let the licensed house known as Aston House, Union Road, Abergavenny. Various covenents. Annual rent: £13 Endorsed: 1919. Feb. 21 Memomorandum of Agreement 1. Thomas Delafield of Abergavenny, brewer and Ada Sarah Butt, wife of William Henry Butt of High St . Abergavenny, outfitter, surviving trustees of Thomas Delafield dec'd. 2. Ada Cornelia, Mary Price formerly A.C.M Delafield. to replace Clause 4 of the above agreement with another, concerning termination of the tenancy. Enclosing: 31 Jul 1903, 21 Feb 1919 

 D1967/B/67 Letter Ada Price to T.A. Delafield giving notice of quiting. 29 Jun 1917 

 D1967/B/83 Power Of Attorney 1. John Rees Evans of 408 Sussex St. Sydney New South Wales, labourer 2. Reginald Lawrence Baker Reciting that: 1 is entiteld to 1/8 share of the estate of his mother Mary Evans late of Abergavenny, comprising inter alia premises in Mill St. Abergavenny and a further 1/8 by bequest from his sister Ada Elleanor Evans. to acquire and manage his property. Attached: Declaration and Certificate of authenticity 16 Jan 1911 

 D1967/B/88 Deed of Partnership 1. Frederick Sadler of 8 Cross St., Abergavenny, newsagent and stationer. 2. Frederick Vivian sadler of the same, newsagent and stationers assistant. for a Newsagents and Stationers at 8 Cross St., Abergavenny for 15 years to be called Fred Sadler and Son. Numerous clauses. 2 Mar 1922 

 D1967/B/102 Transer of Mortgage 1. Sybil Jane Morgan of 'Rosedale' Avenue Road Abergavenny, widow., Sidney Arthur Hiley of Usk. gent. John Reginald Jacob of Abergavenny, gent 2. Edith Ann Hiley, wife of Sidney Arthuer Hiley. Recital of: 1923, March 20 Mortgage 1. William Parry 2. Edith Ann Hiley 3. S.J Morgan, S.A. Hiley, J.R. Jacob certain freehold lands par Abergavenny were conveyed to 2 and 3 to secure repayment to 2 of £200 at 5% and to 3 of £200 at 5% vesting in 2 and 3 for 3000 years. £200 still owing to S.J. Morgan, S.A.Hiley and J.R. Jacob. to 2 Consideration: £200 22 Mar 1929 

 D1967/B Blaenavon Late 19th century-Early 20th century 

General note

See also Llanover Upper.

 D1967/B/1 Conveyance 1. Michael Davis of Usk, gent. 2. Charles Mostyn formerly of Fairlight House, Hampton Wick, co. Mddx and now of Elmley House, Grover Road Surbiton co. Surrey, esq. 3. Ann Borini of Usk, spinster 4. William Burgoyne of Blaenavon, builder. 5. Thomas Evan Watkins of Blaenavon, innkeeper. Lease Reciting: 1865, March 25 1. John Phillips, farmer 2. David Watkins, barber and fitter of 371 yards 6ft. square land part of land called Cae Weon at Blaenavon, bounded by Phillips St., a passage of 3feet 6ins separating it from land of 1 leased to John Burgoyne, and other land of 1, for a term of 999years. Annual rent: £2.15s Mortgage 1868, Sept. 1 1. John Phillips 2.Charles Mostyn 3. Lewis Williams, colliery ganger 4. William Burgoyne 5. Michael Davis of various premises including those below already subject to mortgage to 2 Anna Borini and 4, to secure £500. Further Charge 1868, Nov. 25 1. John Phillips 2. Michael Davis of £250 Default of payment. Auction of land as described above subject to the lease but free of mortgages. Consideration : £53 27 Mar 1875 

 D1967/B/52 List of Deeds relating to leasehold property at Blaenavon over an assignment of 5/7 shares therein. by Miss Rachel Francomb to James Jones of Lower Kethlea. 1840 - 1887 3 Aug 1881 

 D1967/B/101 Mortgage 1. Ivor Donald Trevethyn Cooke of 19 James St. Blaenavon, draper 2. John Reginald Jacob of Abergavenny, solicitor. of 208 sq. yds. and a messuage thereon being 19 James St. Blaenavon, to secure £230 at 6% various covenants. 20 Apr 1928 

 D1967/B Chapel Hill Early 20th century 

 D1967/B/75 Agreement 1. Thomas Delafield of Kings Arms, Delafields Brewery, Abergavenny, maltster, brewer, wine, spirit and hop merchant 2. Walter Goodman of the Pine Apple Inn, Chepstow. to let the Licensed House known as Cherry Tree Inn, par, Chapel Hill, Tintern, from 9 Sept. 1914. Various covenants. Annual rent. £16 7 Aug 1914   originally part of bundle D1967/B/66-79

 D1967/B/76 Agreement 1. Thomas Delafield of the Kings Arms, Delafields Brewery, Abergavenny, maltster, brewer, wine, spirit and hop merchant. 2. Walter Goodman of the Cherry Tree Inn, Chapel Hill, Tintern to let the Cherry Tree Inn par. Chapel Hill, Tintern. Various covenants. Annual rent £10 3 Aug 1916 

 D1967/B/77 Enclosing : Letter W.Goodman to T. Delafield 22 Jul 1918 

 D1967/B Cwmyoy Mid 19th century-Mid 20th century 

 D1967/B/28 Lease and Release 1. The Rev. John Bowen of Dany Graig par. Llanelly co. Brecon, clerk. 2. The Rev. William Davies Rector of Llangynidr co. Brecon now residing in Townay, Belgium, clerk. 3. The Rev John Irving, vicar of Llantrissant, clerk. 4. William Hibbs-Bevan of Glanant par. Crickhowell, Brecon, esq. Will Reciting: 1808 March 26 of William Davies, father of William Davies above, devising all his freehold premises in par. Patricio (and others in par. Cathedine) co. Brecon, and par. Cwmyoy co. Hereford. to his brother Richard Davies e . to hold for 500 years to pay various sums in particular to his wife Mary and afterwards to his eldest son William Davies, charged with various sums to his other children Richard, Rebecca, Anna Maria, Charlotte Eliza, and Margaretta. Death of Mary Davies, William Davies the son now being entitled to the premises. Mortgage 1833, Jan. 11/12 1. Richard Davies clerk 2. William Davies the son. 3. The Rev George Thomas and Rebecca his wife, Anna Maria Davies, Richard Davies, esq., and The Rev John Irving and Margaretta his wife. 4. John Bowen. Reciting. That all legacies were paid or secured. of premises to secure £1000 repayable by 2. Repayment of £1000 and all interest. Lease and Release 1835 Dec 23/24 1. John Bowen 2. William Davies 3. William Hibbs-Bevan of a messuage etc. in par. Partishow co Brecon. William Davies is indebted to his sisters Margaretta Irving, Anna Maria Davies and Rebecca Thomas to a total of £1670 of a barn called Skybor draw, 4 closes called Kae Bach, Kae Mawr, Ynis, Glan y dwr and Y coed being 30a. known generally as Coed draw in par. Cwmyoy co. Hereford (sic) formerly in the possesion of Edward Valiant, later of Griffith Griffiths, now of William Davies bounded by lands formerly of James Hughes, later of James Price called y worlod dan y Twy and Y Graig Goch, by the highway from Abergavenny to Pwlley yr clay, by lands formerly of Walter Cecill, after of Joshua Morgan Kary dairy and Y coed, and the river called Grwyney fawr; to 3 in trust to sell to pay the sums owing to the sisters of William Davies. Covenant by 4 to produce deeds 23 Dec 1835-24 Dec 1835 

Related Archival Materials note

See also D1697/B/82 and 86. par. Llantilio Pertholey

 D1697/B/104 Counterpart Lease 1. Elias Watkins of Cwmavon Farm, Cwmavon Varteg, farmer. 2. John Powell of Sunny Bank, Llanthony par, Cwmyoy Upper, roadman. for 199 years of 1/4a. land, part of Troedrhimon Farm, Llanthony. par. Cwmyoy Upper, and rights to take water from a spring. Various covenants. Plan endorsed. Annual rent. £1.10s 24 Nov 1933 

 D1967/B Ebbw Vale Early 20th century 

 D1967/B/85 Counterpart Lease 1. John Lawson of Mardy park near Abergavenny, company's manager. 2. Henry Woodley and George Woodley both of 33 Adam St. Cardiff co. Glam. meat salesmen being H Wooley & co. for 10 years of a messuage and shop being 49 Church St. Ebbw Vale, various covenants. Annual rent £50 21 Jan 1914 

 D1967/B Goytre Late 19th century 

 D1967/B/60 Counterpart Lease 1. William Marquess of Abergavenny K.G. 2. Frederick Louis Byrde of Keynsham near Bristol. co. Somerset, clerk in holy orders, Richard Augustas Byrde of Honiton co. Devon, clerk in holy orders, Annie Elizabeth Francis Byrde of the Pentre, Goytrey, spinster. For 60 years of 2r. 2p. land with the messuage shop etc. thereon in par. Goytrey. Reservation of mineral rights. Various covenants. Plan Annual rent: £6 30 Dec 1897 

 D1967/B Llandogo Late 19th century 

 D1967/B/49 Trust Deed 1. Antonio Gallenga of Landogo, esq. and Anna his wife. 2. James Trotter Barry, jeweller, James Henshaw, cabinet maker, Thomas Rees, carpenter, George Stowe, shipowner, all of Cardiff, co. Glam., William John Locke of Coleford co. Glouc. accountant, Thomas Brace of Monmouth, gas company's secretary, Samuel Williams of Trelleck, tailor, Charles Phelps, station master, William Roberts, carpenter, William Pick, wood dealer all of Llandogo, Philip Crum of Whitebrook mason, and George Swain of Trelleck, wood dealer, Trustees of the Particular Baptist Chapel, par. Landogo known as Hephzibah. Conveyance Reciting 1882 July 3 1. Trustees. 2. Antonio Gallenga and Anna his wife 3. The Rev Sidney Rogers Young of Abergavenny Baptist Minister of 1.2a. land in par. landogo bounded by a road separating it from lands once of Mr Gough now of Antonio Gallenga, a cottage and gardne of A.G., a road and a further cottage of A.G., an orchard once the property of James William now of A.G., and a road from Landogo up the hill to Cleedon with Hephzibah erercted thereon, to 3 in trust for Anna Gallenga. of 3233 sq.ft. land par. Landogo bounded by the road from Chepstow to Monmouth being part of land in a map endorsed on an indenture of 1 June 1858 between (1) Henry Morgan Clifford of Llantillio Cressenny, esq., MP. (2) George Marfell of Linton, gent., George Marfell of Ross, gent., and William Marfell of Weston under Penyard, gent, all of co. Hereford. (3) Anna Robinson, of Landogo, widow, to the trustees in trust to erect a chapel Various Covenants. Consideration: Conveyance of premises to Anna Gallenga £200 3 Jul 1882 

 D1967/B/50 Certificate Enclosed: of consent of Anna Gallenga to deed of same date. 3 Jul 1882 

 D1967/B Llanellen Early 18th century-Early 20th century 

 D1967/B/2 Marriage Settlement 1. Charles Watkins of par. Lanvihangell iuxta Usk, yeoman 2. Anne Morgan of Lanover, spinster. 3. Francis David of Lanfaire Killgiddin, yeoman assigning to 3, 2 closes in par. Llanellen called Gworlod dish law'r clawdd and Gworlod Vach of 7a. now in the tenure of Hector Williams, and held by 1 for the remainder of a term of 1000 years at 6d. p.a. ; in trust for 1 and 2 for their lives, for their children etc. 5 May 1732 

 D1967/B/17 Mortgage 1. Thomas Thomas of par. Llanellen, farmer 2. John Meredith of Abergavenny, shopkeeper by demise for 500 years to secure £115, of 3 messauges inhabited by Charles Watkins, Edward Davies and ---- ----, with land called Tir Gwilt, and 2 closes called Gworlod dish lawr clawdd and Gworlod vach of 7a., all being in par. Llanellen in the tenure of Thomas Richards at the rent p.a. of £30 11 May 1816 

 D1967/B/18 Further Charge 1. Thomas Thomas of par. Llanellen, farmer 2. John Meredith of Abergavenny, shopkeeper. Recital of: D1967/B/17 of £50 upon the permisies as in D1967/N/17 20 Feb 1817 

 D1967/B/19 Abstract of mortgage between Thomas Thomas of par. Llanellen, farmer and John Meredith of Abergavenny, shopkeeper, and a surcharge on lands in par. Lanellen. 1816-187 1816-1817, 1819 

 D1967/B/20 Assignment 1. John Meredith of Abergavenny, shopkeeper. 2, Thomas Thomas of Llanellen, farmer. 3. William Ford of Lanfoist, nurseryman. Lease Recital of Lease, 1614, March 28 1. Robert Gunter of Abergavenny, esq 2. Richard Gunter (one of the sons of 1) of premises for 1000 years. Assignment, 1643, March 2 1. Robert Gunter 2. Watkin John David Beavan of Llanthewy, Rytherch of 2 pieces of the above premises called Gworlod Dish Lawy Clawdd and Gworloed Vach of 7a. par. Llanellen, for the residue of 1000 years. Annual rent: 6d. D1967/B/17 and 18 £172 5s 6d now owing of the premises as above for the residue of the terms of 1000 years. Consideration: £172 5s 6d to 1 £27 14s 6d to 2 17 May 1819 

 D1967/B/21 Manor of Lanellen Admittance of Thomas Thomas, carpenter to a messuage, barn, garden and four closes formerly called, Tyre Gwilt of 6a. par. Lanellen formerly in the tenure of Walter William Philip, now of Thomas Richards 17 May 1819 

 D1967/B/22 Manor of Lanellen Surrender and Admission 1. Thomas of par. Lanishen, carpenter 2. William Ford, of Lanfoist, nurseryman of a messuage, barn, garden and 4 closes of land called Tyre Gwilt of 6a. par. Lanellen formerly held by Walter Philip, now of Thomas Richards. Consideration: £195 Rent: 3d. p.a. 17 May 1819 

 D1967/B/24 Assignment 1. William Ford of Lanfoist, nurseryman 2. Thomas Richards of Abergavenny, timber merchant Reciting Lease, 1614, March 28 1. Robert Gunter 2. Richard Gunter (one of the sons of 1) of premises for 1000 years. Assignment, 1643, March 2 1. Richard Gunter 2. Watkin John David Beavan of Llanthewy Rytherch of 2 pieces of the above premises called Gworlod Dish Lawy Clawdd and Gworlo d Vach of 7a in par. Llanellen for the residue of 1000 years. Annual rent: 6d. Premises now vested in William Ford of the pieces of ground above for the residue of the term of 1000 years. Consideration: £225 1 Feb 1822 

 D1967/B/25 Manor of Lanellen Surrender and Admittance 1. William Ford of Lanfoist, nurseryman 2. Thomas Richards, timber merchant of a messuage, barn, garden and four closes formerly called Tyre Gwilt of 6a. in par. Lanellen formerly in the tenure of Walter Philip, now of 2. Consideration: £220 Annual rent: 3d. 2 capons Fine: £8 21 Feb 1822 

 D1967/B/34 Agreement and Assignment 1. Mary Richards of Abergavenny, widow. 2. Mary Richards, Thomas Richards, timber dealer, Job Davies, shoemaker, and Margaret his wife, Charles Rogers, gent, and Elizabeth his wife, all of Abergavenny. 3. William Richards of Maisemore co, Glouc. gent. Recital of Will, 1830, June 3 of Thomas Richards late of Abergavenny, timber mercchant devising his estate to his wife Mary during her life or widowhood, after to his son William his freehold and customary estate par. Llanellen. Dispute concerning the will. That 1 shall convey a messuage, bar and garden and 2 pieces of pasture in 4 closes called Tyr Gwilt of 6a in par. Llanellen in the manor of Llanellen formerly occupied by William Ford, then by Thomas Richards the testator and now by Thomas Richards in 2 above; to 3 at the next court. And 2 assign to 3 2 closes called Gworlod dish lawy Clawdd and Gworlod Vach of 7a. par. Lalnellen formerly occupied by Thomas Richards, dec'd and then by Thomas Richards for the residue of 1000 years 25 May 1840 

 D1967/B/96 Insurance Policy of George Jones for Canal Bridge Farm, Llanellen for £900 with Edinburgh Assurance Co. Ltd. Enclosed: Memorandum of 2 Jan. 1934 that the interest in the policy is now vested in Mrs Gertrude Mina Davies of 23, Merthyr Rd., Abergavenny, owner and Miss Kate Morgan of 10 Clytha Park Road., Newport, mortgagee. 25 Feb 1926 

 D1967/B/97 Undertaking by George Jones to Mrs G.M. Davies to discharge Income Tax to this date for Canal Bridge Farm, Llanellen. 23 Dec 1933 

 D1967/B/98 Valuation of Bridge Farm, Llanellen 28 Dec 1933 

 D1967/B Llanfoist Early 20th century 

 D1697/B/103 Conveyance 1. Edgar Glynn Davis of Abergavenny, auctioneer 2. William Henry Jenkins of Upper Ninva Farm, Llanfoist, near Abergavenny, faarmer and Arthur Cyril Lewis of the same farmer. Reciting Mortage 1907 Aug 3 1. James Jenkins 2. George James Young of premises to secure £468 18 Sept. 1907, £100 repaid Transfer of Mortgage 1913 June 13 1. George James Young and Elizabeth Ann Stanley, executors of the will of George James Young. 2. Thomas Edmunds now securing £368 Death of James Jenkins 29 Jan. 1928 making a will appointing Edgar Glyn Davies and John Reginald Jacob executors and trustees. £69 repaid Of a messuage, barn etc. with land of 18a. 1r. 31p being Upper Ninva Farm par. Llanfoist, still subject to a mortgage for £300. Various Covenants. Consideration: £100 14 Aug 1930 

 D1967/B Llangattock Lingoed and others Late 18th century-Early 20th century 

 D1967/B/3 Release 1. John Hanbury of Pontypool esq. 2. James Tuder Morgan of Monmouth esq. and Martha his wife. 3. Abraham Williams of Llangattock lingoed, mason. 4. William Watkins of Landilo Cressenny, yeoman. Reciting: Lease and Release 1734, Jan 26/27 1. James Tuder Morgan and Martha his wife 2. Bridget Hanbury of Pontypool, widow, relict and executrix of Jahn Hanbury dec'd., late of the same esq. Reciting: Mortgage 1733 Oct. 26/27 1. James Tuder Morgan and Martha his wife 2. John Hanbury since dec'd. of premises to secure £1000 making a further charge of £1000 on the premises in the mortgage above and on others in pars. Llangattock Lingoed, Langibby, Landilo Cressenny, Grossmont, White Castle Skenfrith, and Abergavenny. Further charge of £200 on the premises. Death of Bridget Hanbury leaving Capel Hanbury esq, her only son, heir and executor. Repayment of some of the principal and interest owing. Death of Capel Hanbury leaving John Hanbury his only son, heir and executor. Of a house, orchard and ground now occupied by 3 in Langattock Lingoed to 4 in trust for 3 Consideration: £38 to 1 (part repayment of Principal and interest. 2 Feb 1781 

 D1967/B/9 (Copy) Will of Abraham Williams of Llantillio Crossenny, mason, devising all his premises to his wife Mary Williams, subject to rent charges. 4 Jan 1803 

 D1967/B/11 Feoffment 1. Mary Williams of Llantillio Crossenny, widow sole executrix and devisee of Abraham Williams of the same, mason, dec'd. 2. Catherine Pritchard, widow Reciting Lease and Release, 1781, Feb. 1,2 1. John Hanbury of Pontypool, esq 2. James Tudor Morgan and Martha his wife. 3. Abraham Williams 4. William Watkins to 4 of a cottage etc. in trust for 3 Will 1803. Jan 24 of Abraham Williams devising premises to his wife. of a messuage in par. Llangattock Lingoed once occupied by Abraham Williams now by William Pritchard with lands of 3a. bounded by the parish glebe lands and a road from Ransley Farm to the parish church. Appointment of James James of Great Poolhall par. Lanvetherine yeoman as attorney of 1. Consideration : £100 4 Jul 1808 

 D1967/B/14 Mortage 1. Catherine Pritchard of Llangattock Lingoed, widow. 2. John Howell of Llanelly, husbandman. by demise for 500 years of a messuage par. Llangattock Lingoed with foldyard garden and orchard being 3a. bounded by the parish glebe lands and a road from Ransley farm to the parish church to secure £60 at 5% p.a. Endorsed: Memorandum of receipt of £63 from John Hughes by Robert Howell of Llangattock nigh Usk dated 14 May 1814 18 May 1810 

 D1967/B/15 Bond 1. Catherine Pritchard of par. Llangattock Lingoed, widow and John Pritchard of the same, yeoman. 2. John Howell of Llanelly co. Brecon, husbandman. in £120 to secure £60 and interest in discharge of a mortgage of even date. 18 May 1810 

 D1967/B/16 Conveyance 1. Catherine Pritchard of Llangattock Lingoed, widow. 2. John Hughes 3. William Hughes of Llanvihangel Crucorney (son of 2) Mortgage Reciting: 1810, May 18 1. Catherine Pritchard 2. John Howell of Llanelly, co. Brecon, husbandman. for 500 years to secure £60 £60 6s now owing of a messuage in par. Llangattock Lingoed once occupied by Abraham William since of William Pritchard now of James Williams as tenant to 1, with the fold yard, 2 gardens and an orchard being about 3a bounded by the parish glebe lands and a road from Tansery Farm to the parish church, to 3 in trust for 2 and Eleanor his for wife for life, and for the assignees etc. of 2 and then to 3 for ever. Consideration: £60. 6s. to be paid to John Howell £65 14s to 1. 25 Jun 1811 

 D1967/B/23 Mortgage 1. Robert Howell of Llangattock nigh Usk, labourer, administrator of John Howell late of Llanelly, co. Brecon husbandman. 2. John Hughes of Llangattock Lingoed, yeoman. 3. John Jones of Llantillio Cressenny, yeoman. Reciting: D1967/B/14 and 15 of a messuage in par. Llangattock Lingoed, once occupied by Abraham Williams after of William Pritchard, then James Williams, now of John Hughes with a fold yard. 2 gardens and an orchard, being of 3a. bounded by the parish glebe lands, and the road from Ransley farm to the parish church, to hold for the residue of a term of 500 years to secure £100 repayable by 2 (£63 having been paid by 2 to 1) 9 May 1820 

 D1967/B/26 Probate of Will of John Hughes of par. Llangattock Lingoed dated 25 July 1822 devising his house to his wife Eleanor; a cottage and garden occupied by William Pritchard at the park with the garden occupied by the same in the par. Llanvihangell to his son William, subject to various charges for other bequests. 27 Dec 1822 

 D1967/B/32-33 Lease and Release 1. John Jones of Llantillio Cressennoy, yeoman 2. Eleanor Hughes of Llangattock Lingoed, widow 3. James Jones of Llangattock Lingoed, blacksmith 4. The Rev. William Powell of Abergavenny, clerk. Reciting: D1967/B14, 15, 23 of the premises in D1967/B14 to 4 for the residue of the term of 500 years to await the reversion of the freehold in trust for 3, and to 3. Consideration: £100 to 1 £16 to 2 1 May 1838-2 May 1838 

 D1967/B/4 Will of Joseph Browne of Llangattock Lingoed, joiner devising to his wife Mary a messuage called the Tavern with lands belonging bought of John Hanbury of Pontypool in par. Llangattock Lingoed and after her death half to her relatives and half to his sisters Mary Howell and Sarah Ford. 5 Dec 1789 

 D1967/B/5 Mortgage 1.Joseph Brown of Llangattock Lingoed 2. Henry Phillips of Grsomont, gent. of a messuage etc. called the Tavern House in par. Llangattock Lingoed, adjoining the churchyard wall, and ground called the Coynant now possessed by 1; by demise for 500 years to secure £25 25 Oct 1790/1791 

 D1969/B/6-7 Lease and Release 1. Henry Phillips of par. Grosmont, gent 2. Mary Brown of par. Llangattock Lingoed, widow, relict and devisee of Joseph Brown, joiner late of same. 3. William Jones of Llangattock Lingoed, carpenter. 4 James Morgan of Camstone. par, Grosmont, yeoman Reciting: D1967/B5 of the premises to 3 and to 4 for the residue of a term of 500 years in trust. Consideration: £27 10s to 1 £52 10s to 2 30 Sep 1793-1 Oct 1793 

 D1967/B/8 (Copy) Will of William Jones of Llantillio Grossenny, carpenter devising to his son John Jones all his premises in par. Llantillio Grossenny and Llangattock Lingoed subject to a rent charge. Proved; 29 April 1800 21 Jun 1798 

 D1967/B/27 Lease and Release 1. John Jones of Llantillio Cressenny (eldest son and devisee in fee of William Jones of the same, caprenter, dec'd.) 2. William Farr of Campstone par. Grosmont, yeoman. 3. Lesley Morgan of Lower Stanton, par, Llanvihangel Crucorney, yeoman (eldest son and sole executor of the will of James Morgan formerly of Campstone and late of Calleyea par. Llangattock Lingoed, yeoman dec'd. 4. Thomas Davis of Abergavenny, gent. 5. John Farr of Clodock, co. Hereford, yeoman. Reciting: D1967/B/5-7 of the messuage etc. once called Tavern House, now the Carpenters Arms, and a piece of land called the Coynant. D1967/B/5; a piece of ground called the Little Orchard divided from the last by a disused old road; a strip of ground at the back of the messuage adjoining lands of the late The Rev. William Morgan, now of The Rev. John Williams all in par. Llangattock Lingoed, to 2 and 3 in trust, and to 4 for the residue of the term of 500 years, to await the freehold reversion in trust for 2. Consideration: £300 29 Sep 1838-30 Sep 1838 

 D1967/B/35 Lease and Release 1. William Farr, yeoman of Grosmont. 2. James Jones of Llangattock Lingoed, blacksmith. 3. Thomas Chandler of Abergavenny, gent. Reciting: Lease and Release, 1828 Sept. 29/30 1. John Jones 2. William Farr 3. Lesley Morgan 4. Thomas Davies 5. John Farr of premises to 2 and to 5 in trust. of a messuage, brewhouse etc. once called the Tavern House and now called the Carpenters Arms in par. Llangattock Lingoed adjoining the churchyard, a parcel of ground called the Coynant; a piece called Little Orchard divided from the last by an old road now disused a strip of ground at the back of the above messuage, adjoining lands once belonging to the late Rev William Morgan now of The Rev. John Williams all in Llangattock Lingoed to 2 and to 3 in trust. Consideration: £330 13 Jul 1840-14 Jul 1840 

 D1967/B/39 Letters of Administration with Will annexed of James Jones of lower Kethlea of par. Langattock Lingoed (dated 8 Oct. 1859) devising all his property to his wife Eleanor including 2 cottages one being the Carpenters Arms and the other rented by James Pritchard, shoemaker, and after her death to his children Eleanor, Emma, James, Hannah, Eliza, Thomas and Sarah equally. See D1967/B/52 Blaenavon re. James Jones of lower Kethlea 5 May 1860 

 D1967/B/54 Memorandum of Agreement 1. Eleanor Jones of Kellea par. Llangottock Lingoed 2. David Thomas of the same. to rent 4 pieces of orchard in par. Llangattock Lingoed adjoining land of R Vaughan esq. Anuual rent. £11 1 May 1892 

 D1967/B/64 Correspondence B.E. Hodges solicitor of 1 Frogmore Street Abergavenny to James Jones of Little Kethlea Farm, Llangattock Lingoed, concerning the tenancy of that farm, including 1900-1902 rent receipts. 10 items. 1899-1902 

 D1967/B/100 Vesting Deed 1. Eliza Jones of Rose Villa, Oxford St., Abergavenny, widow, David Bevan of Pantmawr Rd., Whitchurch co. Glam., ploughman, Daniel Beddoe of Lion St. Abergavenny, solicitors clerk. (Grantors) 2. Eliza Jones. (tenant for life) Reciting: 20 Aug 1923 Will of James Jones of Rose Villa Oxford St. Abergavenny, retired farmer appointing 1 as executors to vest 2 as tenant for life of freehold properties in par. Llangattock Lingoed being land of 12a. 2r. 36p. known as Church Meadow, occupied by Gilbert Bayliss, the Carpenters Arms occupied by James Owen Jones, Yew Tree Cottage occupied by - Richardson and a ruined cottage occupied by Leonard Davies, and Quabs Farm par. Walford occupied by John Turner. 20 Feb 1928 

 D1967/B/106 Assent 1. Charles Frederick Price of 137 Gainsborough Road Crewe, co. Cheshire., engineer. (administrator) 2. David Bevan of Treadam par. Llantillio Crossenny, farm worker, Daniel Beddoe of Abergavenny, solicitor's clerk (trustees) Reciting: Will, 1923 Aug. 20 of James Jones of Rose Villa Oxford St. Abergavenny, retired farmer, devising his freehold property to trustees to give the profits to his wife for life and after to sell. Property vested in Eliza Jones. Death of Eliza Jones. 1 became administrator. Trustees had fulfilled trusts. to the vesting in 2 of Church Meadow 12a. 2r. 36p.par. Llangattock Lingoed, occupied by Gilbert Bayliss, Carpenters Arms occupied by James Owen Jones, Yew Tree Cottage occupied by - Richardson, a ruined cottage occupied by Leonard Davies all in par. Llangattock Lingoed, and Quabs Farm par. Walford co. Hereford. occupied by W.Lukins. 28 May 1935 

 D1967/B/10 Feoffment 1. David Jones of Llangattock Lingoed, labourer, brother and heir of William Jones late of the same, [miller], dec'd. 2. John Bryant of Lantillio Crossenny, labourer 3. James Powell of Llanvertherine, taylor of a messuage and garden in par. Llangattock Lingoed late in the possession of William Jones now of Elizabeth Jones, daughter of 1; bounded by the lane from Llangattock church to Abergavenny and by lands belonging to Llangattock Great House, to 3 in trust for 2. Consideration : £30 9 Jul 1804 

 D1967/B/29-30 Lease and Release 1. John Jones of Skenfrith, farmer and Jane his wife. 2. John Jones of Llangattock Lingoed, carpenter and Sarah his wife Reciting: Conveyance 1834, March 11 1. John Bryant 2. Jane Jones (then Jane Brown, spinster) of a messuage to 2 of a messuage and garden in par. Llangattock Lingoed once in the possession of William Jones, after of Elizabeth Jones daughter of David Jones, then of William Brown, then of Jane Brown now of Williiam Hughes bounded by a lane from Llangattock church to Abergavenny and by lands of Llangattock Great House. Consideration: £35 3 Jul 1837-4 Jul 1837 

 D1967/B/37 Probate of Will of John Jones of par. Llangattock Lingoed, carpenter, dated 30 March 1851 devising a messuage near the Crossway in par. Llangattock Lingoed, now occupied by Martha Hughes, to his wife Sarah Jones for life; the messuage in which he then lived to his son James Jones forever, various bequests of money; residue to his wife for life and then equally to his sons James and David Jones and his granddaughter Mary Jones. 8 May 1851 

 D1967/B/51 Power of Attorney 1. David Jones of Williamstown, Bay County, Michigan, U.S.A., farmer. 2. James Jones of Little Marlborough Farm, Grosmont, farmer. 28 Jan 1878 

 D1967/B/53 Acknowledgement of receipt by Blanche Davies of title deeds (schedule 1872-1888) from Ellen Lloyd as security for £40, and concerning the Old School house of Glan yr Avon at Llangattock Lingoed. 9 Jun 1888 

 D1967/B Llanover Upper (Blaenavon) Late 19th century-Early 20th century 

 D1967/B/40 Lease 1. William Snook of Blaenavon par Llanover, watchmaker (mortgagee of premises including those below) 2. Rachel Edwards of the Coed same parish, widow and James Edwards, yeoman. 3. Thomas Griffiths of Blaenavon, miner. for 999 years of 3r land bounded by other lands of 2, land of Mr Allcock, a road, and by land of Philip Jones; being part of the Coed Cae near Llanover Road in par. Llanover Upper. Reservation of mineral rights and drainage rights. Various covenants. Plan Annual rent : £1.10s. Endorsed: Memorandum of indentiture of 24th May 1913 of Richard G aut (?), junior assigning 7a Upper Cotcha, Blaenavon to Thomas John Allcock for the residue of the term, at ground rent of £1. 1 Jan 1869 

 D1967/B/41 Mortgage 1. Thomas Griffiths of Blaenavon par. Llanover Upper 2. Joseph Kay, mineral agent and William Burgoyne, builder of the same. Recital of : D1967/B/40 of premises as in D1967/B/40 for the residue of 999 years to secure £40 at 5% 20 Jan 1869 

 D1967/B/61 Abstract of title of Thomas Griffiths to a leasehold cottage and garden at Coed Cae, Blaenavon 1864-1893 1899 

 D1967/B/42 Assignment 1. David Griffiths of 11 Barnfield Terrace, Blaenavon, collier. 2. Rachel Fowler of Broad Street, Blaenavon, draper. 3. Richard Gaut, junior, of 15 Duke St., Blaenavon, collier. Recital of: D1967/B/40 and 41 Mortgage 1899, March 11 1. Thomas Griffiths 2. Rachel Fowler to secure £40 Death of Thomas Griffiths, appointing David Griffiths executor, principal unpaid of the premises leased in D1967/B/40 Consideraation: £40 to 2 £80 to 1 Endorsed: Memorandum of Assignment, 1913, May 24 1. Richard Gaut 2. Thomas John Allcock of 7a. Upper Cotcha, Blaenavon for the residue of the term. Reservation of right of way. Ground rent: £1 p.a. 20 Apr 1910 

 D1967/B/63 Mortgage 1. Richard Gaut (junior) of 8 Upper Coed Cae, Blaenavon, collier. 2. Sarah Ann Gaut wife of Richard Gaut of Cefn y lan, Blaenavon, timberman. Recital of: D1967/B/40 and D1967/B/42 of land as in D1967/B/40 and 2 messuages thereon being 8 Upper Coed Cae Blaenavon and one newly erected, for the residue of 999 years less one day to secure £170 at 2 1/2%. Various covenant concerning trusts. 1 to be tenant of 2 for 8 Upper Coed cae Blaenavon until May 1911 at annual rent of £1. 14 Nov 1910 

 D1967/B/84 Surrender 1. Richard Gaut of Cefn-y-lan Blaenavon, coal miner. 2. Richard Gaut junior, of 8 Upper Coed Cae Blaenavon, coal miner. Recital of D1967/B/63 Death of Sarah Ann Grant 20 Feb. 1913. Administration granted to 1. of the mortgaged premises on repayment of the principal and interest. 23 May 1913 

 D1967/B/87 Insurance Policy of Richard Gaut junior of 8 Upper Cotcha, Blaenavon for £300 with Commercial Union. Attached: Receipt 6 July 1922. Endorsement noting that interest in the policy is vested in Mrs Kate Hopkins of 8 Upper Cotcha, Blaenavon and Richard Thomas Gaut (sic) of 'Glasfryn', Llansaint, Kidwelly, administrators of the estate of late Thomas Edward Gaut. 22 Jul 1920, 6 Jul 1922 

 D1967/B/90 Assignment 1. Richard Gaut, junior, 46 Hill St., Blaenavon, coal miner 2. Thomas Edward Gaut, 7 Alma St., Blaenavon, coal miner. Reciting: Lease, 1869, Jan 1 1. William Snook 2. Rachel Edwards. James Edwards 3. Thomas Griffiths. of 3r. land part of Coedcae near Llanover Road, par. Llanover Upper for 999 years. Annual rent : £1.10s Assignment, 1910, April 20 1. David Griffiths 2. Rachel Fowler 3. Richard Gaut, junior. of the land and dwelling house on it at Upper Cotcha Blaenavon. Richard Gaut erected another house on the land. Assignment, 1913, May 24 1. Richard Gaut. 2. Thomas John Allcock of 7a Upper Cotcha. Annual rent: 10s of No 7 Upper Cotcha Consideration: £200 13 Apr 1923 

 D1967/B/105 Assent of Kate Hopkins of Upper Coed Cae, Blaenavon, wife of Hector Hopkins, and of Richard Thomas Gaut of Glasfryn, Llansaint, Kidwelly co Carm. miner the Administrators of Thomas Edward Gaut late of Upper Coed Cae, Blaenavon, to the vesting in them of a leasehold messuage and piece of land known as 8 Upper Coed Cae, Blaenavon on trust of sale, and of the proceeds as part of the residuary estate. 14 Oct 1934 

Llantilio Crossenny Mid 19th century 

 D1967/B/35 Demise 1. William Walker of par. Skenfrith, shoemaker. 2. Samuel Gwillim of the Hendre farm, par. Lantillio Crossenny, Farmer. of a messuage and cottage garden in par. Lantillio Crossenny bounded by the Turnpike from Abergavenny to Ross, by the parish road from the Turnpike to Porthgwin, part of Green Farm property of James Gilbert George esq., part of a farm called Little Trerew farm, and the propery of - Bird esq., being formerly occupied by Thomas Wall now by James Sterry to 2 for 1000 years. Consideration: £48 22 Oct 1844 

 D1967/B Llantilio Pertholey Fwthog par. Cwmyoy. Llanvihangel Crucorney Early 20th century 

 D1967/B/82 Conveyance 1. William Jacob formerly of Chippenham, Wilts., now of Hungerford, co. Berks., bank manager and Joshua Davies of Dudley co. Worcester. draper. 2. John Williams formerly of 39 Merthyr Rd., Abergavenny, now of Durvels Drek Farm Nondiveni, Zululand colony of S. Africa, miner 3. Thomas Harris of the Gaer farm par. Cwmyoy, farmer. Reciting: Mortgage, 1904, Jan.12 1. John Williams 2. Williams Jacob and Joshua Davies of premises below to secure £100 of a messuage called Tee Nant or Coedycerrig with a barn, outbuilding, garden, orchard, plantation and 7 formerly 5 pieces of land being in an old deed 3a. but now 6a. partly in hamlet of Fwthog and partly in par. Llantillio Pertholey, late occupied by Sarah Ann Jones now by Elizabeth Ann Johnson, and also a cottage and land of 1a. 1r. 36p. in Cwmcoedycerrig pars. Llantilio Pertholey and Llanvihangel Crucorney, shown on an indenture of 5th Feb 1873 between (1) James Perrett, John Perrett, John Wall, Elizabeth Wall his wife, John Cook, Jacob Jenkins, Gwenllian Jenkins his wife, John Harvard, Margaret Harvard his wife, Williams Blackway and Mary Blackway his wife, (2) Robert Edward Thorley, formerly occupied by Sarah Ann Jones now by Elizabeth Ann Johnson. Consideration: £100 to 1 £50 to 2 Endorsed: Memorandum of Conveyance dated 18 Dec 1911 of land to the Abertillery and District Water Board. Consideration £7.10s 31 Oct 1905 

 D1967/B/86 Probate of Will of Thomas Harris of Cwm Farm, Fwthog near Abergavenny dated 15 Oct. 1917 devising his personal estate to his wife Ann Harris, Cwm Farm in pars. Llantilio Pertholey and Fwthog to her for life and after in equal shares to John Thomas Harris of the Rock Farm Cwmyoy Lower and his niece Jane Franklin formerly Harris. Attached: Memorandum restricting payment of sums to Germans, Austro-Hungarina, Turkish or Bulgarian subjects. 8 Nov 1919 

 D1967/B Llanvihangel Crucorney Early 19th century-Early 20th century 

 D1967/B/31 Trust Deed 1. William Jones of Penbiddle, par. Llanvihangel Crucorney, yeoman. 2. John Jones of par. Llanfoist, shoemaker, Philip Price of Abergavenny, hallier and Hannah his wife, Mary Jones, spinster, George Jones, yeoman and Celia Jones spinster all of Penbiddle. John, Hannah, Mary George and Celia being children of 1. 3. The Rev Thomas Thomas of Pontypool, The Rev. William Stanley of par. Peterchurch co. Hereford, The Rev William Roberts of Abergavenny, John Rogers of par. Pillith co. Rad., farmer, Thomas Price of Llanvertherine, farmer, James Evans of par. Llanvihangel Crucorney, farmer, Jeremiah Griffiths of Walterstone co. Herfeford, yeoman, Thomas Watkins of par. Bringwyn, farmer, William Price of Abergavenny, cooper, William Williams of Old Court Farm, par. Llangattock, Lingoed, farmer, Nicholas Price of Llanvihangel Crucorney, farmer, Benjamin Davies of Lloyncellin par. Cwmyoy, farmer, William Jones of Cwmerry, par. Llantillio Cresenny, farmer. Recital: 1822, Oct. 4 Will of George Jones of Longtown devising his estate to his wife Mary for life and after to his brother William Jones all his estate in Penbiddle par. Llanvihangel Crucoarney, for life and then to his children. Of part of a field called the Orchard, being 16 poles or 1/10 acres, in Penbiddle par. Llanvihangel Crucorney, bounded by R. Hondy The Turnpike from Llanvihangel Crucorney to Llangua Bridge, the freehold eastate of 1, with the Chapel erected or to be erected thereon, in trust for the use of Particular Baptists. Various conditions concerning mortgage, sale and use of the premises. Consideration: £10 Attached: Certificate of consent of Hannah Price. 26 Dec 1837 

 D1967/B/107 Abstract of Title of Gordon Peters Jones to a piece of woodland in par. Llamvihangel Crucorney. 1908-1933 1937 

 D1967/B Llanvihangel Ystern Llewern Early 20th century 

 D1967/B/89 Deed of Partnership 1. John Price of Llanvihangel Court par. Llanvihangel Ystern Llewern, farmer 2. John Rees Price of the same, farmer. 3. Sarah Jane Price of the same, farmer. to be farmers at Llanvihangel Court, Llanvihangel Ystern Llewern, for 7 years to be called Messrs. Price. Numerous Clauses 13 Oct 1922 

 D1697/B/93 Deed of Dissolution of Partnership 1. John Rees Price of Llanvihangel Court, Llanvihangel Ystern Llewern, farmer. 2. John Price and Sarah Jane Price farmer of the same place. Recital of Deed of Partnership above. 1 to Retire. that 1 shall retire and 2 remain in partnership for the residue of 7 years. 1 release his share of the business. Various covenants. Consideration: £300 4 Nov 1924 

 D1967/B Llanwenarth Citra Early 20th century 

 D1967/B/99 Agreement 1. Agnes Morgan of Tyr Ewen Llanwenarth Citra, spinster. 2. Morgan Williams of 2 Blorenge View, Mardy near Abergavenny, railway clerk. to let a house with garden being Mayfield Cottage. par. Llanwenarth Citra. Monthly rent: £2. 16s 30 Nov 1926 

 D1967/B Raglan Early 19th century 

 D1967/B/12-13 Lease and Release 1. Joseph Williams of Ragland, farmer and Ann his wife 2. William Farr of the same, labourer 3. Matthew Watkins of Ragland, farmer, trustee of 2. of land formerly converted into a potato garden, and a newly erected cottage and outbuildings now occupied by 2 in par. Ragland, bounded by a brook, the road for Tyr Sheriff to Abergavenny, formerly part of Heollace farm occupied by 1, to 2 and to 3 in trust. Consideration: £10 9 Apr 1809-10 Apr 1809 


 D1967/B/74 Correspondence R. Trivitt to T. Delafield concerning tenancy of Gwynne House, Tintern. (4 items and envelope) 26 Sep 1913-1 Jul 1914 

 D1967/B Parish Unspecified Late 19th century-Mid 20th century 

 D1967/B/59 Agreement 1. William Williams of Abergavenny, gent. 2. James Price of Abergavenny, works proprieter. Reciting: Conveyance of same date of premises from 1 to 2. Title deed concerning these premises relate to other premises still in the possession of 1. 2 intends to mortgage the property conveyed to him to Evan Jones that 2 will produce deed for 1, 2 will only give deeds to Evan Jones during the term of the mortgage etc. Various covenants. Schedule of deed 1838-1884. 20 May 1895 

 D1967/B/65 Will and Codicil of Edgar Charles Jones of Wolverland District, Klerksdorp. Transvaal, S. Africa, General Storekeeper, now of Abergavenny devising all his estate to his wife in trust, half for his mother Sarah Jones and then for his sisters Florence Gold, widow and Clara Amy Jones, spinster, in common, the other half to his wife during her widowhood and then for any children. Executrix to his wife Elizabeth Phoebe Jones. Codocil adds his brother Frederick Rymer Jones of Ebbw Vale, Professor of music as executor. 19 Aug 1902 

 D1967/B/92 Release 1. James Tranter of Trevine, farmer, Thomas Tranter of The Tump, farmer both in Llantilio Crosenny, John Tranter of Little Compstone par. Llangattock Lingoed, farmer, Eliza Kingsccote wife of Thomas Henry Kingscote of Upper Cefn Lytha Grosmont, farmer, Thomas Price of 2 Bridge St., Crickhowell co. Brecon late innkeeper, James Price of 8 Dufferin Villa Cwm, miner, Lavinia Price of Somerset Motel. Brynmawr co. Brecon, spinster, Mary Magdalene Gwyn wife of Holford Gwyn of 67 Everard St., Barry Dock co. Glam., auctioneers clerk, Winifred Lambert wife of Edgar Lambert of 115 St Helens Road, Abergavenny, miner, William Price of Little Llanusk, Llanellen, farmer, Sarah Rowley wife of Frederick Rowley of 8 Rees St., Ebbw Vale, carpenter. 2. Mary Anne Tranter of Trevine, Llantillio Crossenny, spinster. Reciting: Death of Elizabeth price of Trevine, spinster, intestate 6 Oct. 1923. Administration granted to 2. Net estate £373 15s, to be divided equally between nephews and nieces those above, though brothers of Elizabeth Price emigrated to America and any claimants should receive a shared, provided equally by those above. Shares having been paid of 2 from liabilities arising from the estate of Elizabeth Price. 12 Aug 1924 

 D1967/B/94 Release 1. Maragret Ann Morgan, spinster and Sarah Elizabeth Pothecary, spinster born of 8 Roderick Row, Ebbw Vale, residuary legatees under the will of Mary Ann Lewis late of 45, Richmond Road, Abergavenny, widow died Oct. 1924. for 2/3 and 1/3 respectively. 2. John Harry Watkins of 11 Oxford St. Abergavenny, executor of the will. of 2 from liabilites arisng from the will, having paid £200 9s 6d and £100 4s 9d to the legatees. 7 Apr 1925 

 D1967/B/95 Release 1. Joseph Cooper of Belle Vue Road Cinderford co. Glouc. coal miner. 2. Henry Morgan of 328 Fremont St., West Pittson, Luz county, Pennsylvania USA insurance agent, Margaret Ann Morgan of 8 Roderick Row Ebbw Vale, spinster, Thomas John Morgan of 7 Garfield Terrace Ebbw Vale, Frederick James Pothecary of Woodside Crescent Ebbw Vale, coal miner and Sarah Elizabeth Pothecary of 8 Roderick Row Ebbw Vale, spinster. 3. Stella Wisner of 801 South Eight Street, Council Bluffs, Iowa USA wife of [?] Wisner, Hettie Hannum of 803 South Eight Street, Council Bluffs wife of - Hannum, Richard Lewis and Henry Lewis. 4. Jospeh Cooper and John Harry Watkins of 11 Oxford St. Abergavenny, law clerk. Reciting: Will, 1911, Feb.2 of Henry Thomas Lewis of 45, Richmond Road, Abergavenny appointing his wife Mary Ann Lewis, his nephew Joseph Cooper and John Harry Watkins as trustees and executors, devising certain legacies all his property to the trustees to pay the income to his wife during her widowhood and after to convert his estate into money to be paid: 1/3 of whoch £100 to go to Joseph Cooper son of his sister Susannah Cooper and the residue to Susannah Cooper; 1/3 of which £100 to be divided amongst the children of his sister Maria Pothecary and the residue to Maria Pothecary; 1/3 of which £100 to be divided between the children of Benjamin Lewis his brother and the residue to Benjamin Lewis. Death of Henry Thomas Lewis, Susannah Cooper, Maria Pothecary leaving her children as in 2, Benjamin Lewis his children as in 3. Death of Mary Ann Lewis. 1,2 and 3 are entitled to 1/3 of the estate each. Shares paid. of 4 from the charges under the will. 14 Jul 1925 

 D1967/B/109 Release 1. Gomer Jenkins of Waun Farm Pwlldu near Blaenavon. farmer, Mary Jane Elliott of 6 Long Row Pwlldu wife of Rees Elliott, Ceridwen Williams of 14 Long Row Pwlldu, wife of William Joseph Williams, Margaret Rebecca Lewis of Garnllech Llanover, wife of Dan Albert Lewis, Iowerth James Lewis of Pwlldu and Gladys Myfanwy Watkins of Pwlldu wife of William Watkins. (residue legatees) 2. Rees Elliott of 6 Long Row Pwlldu near Blaenavon, miner. Reciting: 1930 March 12 Will of Ivor Jenkins late of Pengalchen Farm Pwlldu near Blaenavon, farmer appointing his brother Trevor Jenkins and Daniel Beddoe of Merthyr Road Abergavenny, solicitors clerk executors and trustees, and devising his income to his wife for life. Death of Trevor Jenkins. Appoinment of Rees Elliott as trustee in his place. Death of Daniel Beddoe Death of Sarah Anne Jenkins, widow Payment of sums of residuary legatees. 2 from all claims under the will 22 Apr 1940 

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 D1967/B Co. Brecon Early 20th century 

 D1967/B Crickhowell Early 20th century 

 D1967/B/79 Agreement 1. Thomas Delafield of the Kings Arms, Delafield's Brewery, Abergavenny, malster, brewer, wine, spirit and hop merchant. 2. Edgar Barwood, 16 Plasycoed Rd., Cwmffrwdoer, near Pontypool. to let the Queens Head Inn in Crickhowell co. Brecon. Various covenants. Annual rent: £8 Endorsed; Schedule of fixtures. 29 Jul 1918 

 D1967/B Llanelly Early 20th century 

 D1967/B/80 Lease 1. Rebecca Reynallt of 12 Glantorvaen Terrace, Blaenavon, widow. 2. Thomas Delafield of Kings Arms Inn Abergavenny, brewer of the Belle Vue Inn in Clydach par. Llanelly co. Brecon occupied by - Moseley. for 14 years. Various Covenants. Annual rent: £13 11 Oct 1905 

 D1967/B/81 Lease 1. Rebecca Reynallt. 2. Thomas Delafield. of Belle Vue Cottage par. Llanelly co. Brecon for 14 years. Various covenants. Annual rent: £3 12s 14 Oct 1905 

 D1967/B/78 Agreement 1. Thomas Delafield of the Kings Arms, Delafields's Brewery, Abergavenny. maltser, brewer, wine, spirit and hop merchant. 2. Allen Holden of Duffryn House, Mountain Ash. to let the Belle Vue Inn, in Clydach par. Llanelly co Brecon. Various covenants. Annual rent: £15 14 Aug 1914 

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 D1967/B Co. Herefordshire Late 19th century-Early 20th century 

 D1967/B Clodock, co.Hereford and Oldcastle Late 19th century-Early 20th century 

 D1967/B/43 Mortgage 1. Henry Jones of Longtown par. Clodock co. Heref., farmer 2. Elizabeth Jones of the same, widow and John Farr of Great Cwm in Llanveyno, par. Clodock, farmer. of a messuage called Wern y cwm with 12a. 14p in Longtown par. Clodock co. Heref. once in possession of James Williams, after of James Jones, late of David Powell and now of 1, bound by the Black Mountain, lands once of James Williams, late of Thomas Jones called the Coed, the highway from Olchon to Abergavenny, land in possession of William Powell; and a messuage, garden and land of 3a. 3r. 33p. called Gwar y cae in Longtown, bounded by lands formerly of James Phillips, after of Philip Price, and the highway as above, to secure £250 at 4%. Endorsed 1883, Feb. 26 Reconveyance 1. John Farr now at Wain in Longtown. 2. Henry Jones. Recting (reciting) death of Elizabeth Jones, 25th April 1877 of the premises on repayment of the principal and interest. 25 Oct 1873 

 D1967/B/44 Mortgage 1. Henry Jones of Cwm Farm, par. Clodock co. Heref, farmer. 2. John Wilson of Abergavenny, gent. of the premises as in D/1967/B/43 and a messuage called Penyrworlod of 4a. 3r. 2p. and parcels of land called Penyrheol of 6a. 3r. 7p., the former and part of the latter being in Longtown par, Clodock co. Heref. and the remainder being in par. Oldcastle, subject to a mortgae of 27 Feb. 1982 between 1 and Dinah Morgan for securing £300, to secure £100 at 5%. Attached: Notification, 1886, Dec 30 to Dinah Morgan of the additional mortgage. 26 Oct 1886 

 D1967/B/45 Assignment 1. John Wilson of Abergavenny, gent. 2. Sarah Elizabeth of 13 Merthyr Road, Abergavenny, widow. of a mortgage in D1967/B/44 Consideration: £100 26 Apr 1890 

 D1967/B/46 Reconveyance 1. Sarah Elizabeth Davies of Strensham Villa Hereford Road, Abergavenny, widow. 2. Thomas Jones of Walnut Tree Farm Goytrey, farmer. Reciting: D1967/B/44 and 45 Death of Henry Jones devising the residue of his estate to his son Thomas Jones subject to an annuity of £5. to the testator's son James Jones His executors being Thomas Jones and Philip Jones his grandson. of the premises on payment of principal and interest. Premises still subject to a mortgage of £300. 2 Dec 1915 

 D1967/B/68 Agreement 1. Thomas Delafield of the Kings Arms Delafield's Brewery, Abergavenny, malster, brewer, wine, spirit and hop merchant. 2. George Jones of 7 Other Street Ynnysybwl near Pontypridd co. Glam. To let the New Inn with malthouse, kitchen, barn, stables, yard, and gardens in Longtown par. Clodoch co Heref. Various covenants. Annual rent: £19 Endorsed. Memorandum of Fixtures 6 Sep 1906 

 D1967/B/69 Agreement 1. Thomas Delafield 2. George Jones. to let 6 closes of land in Longtown par. Clodoch co. Heref of 16a. 12p. formerly held by 2 with the New Inn Clodoch. Various covenants. Annual rent: £46 6 Sep 1906 

 D1967/B/70 Agreement of George Jones to pay half the rental for water supply to New Inn Longtown. 20 Aug 1913 

 D1967/B71 Note concerning an agreement about water supply. Not dated 

 D1967/B/72 Envelope to W.R. Jacob esq. solicitor Abergavenny 23 Jul 1919 

 D1967/B/73 Bill - Mr T. Delafield to Benjamin Price. 1 Feb 1907 

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 D1967/B Miscellaneous Late 29th century-Mid 20th century 

 D1967/B/55 Certificate of Marriage of Thomas Powell, bachelor and Sarah Powell (nee Price), widow, 10 April 1894 both of Cwmyoy Upper. 10 Apr 1894 

 D1967/B/56 Professional Bill of Messrs John Pritchard, James Jones and Charles Edwards to T. Watkins and Co. relating to H.B. Daavies dec'd and Richard Davies dec'd. 1895 

 D1967/B/57 Professional Bill of Messrs. John Pritchard, James Jones, Charles edwards to Watkins and co. relating to H.B. Davies dec'd 1895 

 D1967/B/58 Correspondence concerning bills. Watkins and Co. to James Jones. (4 items) 18 May 1895-27 May 1895 

 D1967/B/91 Agreement 1. Douglas Charles Pritchard James of 45, Victoria St. Abergavenny, machinist. 2. Elsie Elizabeth May Pritchard James, of 41 Victoria St. Abergavenny to separate. 22 Oct 1923 

 D1967/B/108 Rate Receipts of Mr A. Wright 17 Fairoak Avenue, for General Rate and Water Charges paid to County Borough of Newport, including one for Mrs A. Cadwallader, 18 Fairoak Avenue, and a receipt of Mr A. Wright from Wye Transport for removal of furniture from Monmouth to Newport, dated 24 January 1939 1 bundle. 1939-1942 

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