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Gwent Archives
Llanddewi Mill, par Llandegfedd.
Llanddewi Mill, pars. Llanddewi Fach and Llandegfedd, title deeds (photocopies)
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Photocopies of original documents.

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Biographical/Historical note

The Meyricke family lived for many years at Llansor in the parish of Llandegfedd. Leonard Meyricke was rector of this parish.

Daniel Morice married Florence Morgan of The Garn in Tredunnock.

A pedigree of the Meyricke family, and related information, can be found in Bradney's History of Monmouthshire. There is an article about Llansor Mill in the Gwent Local History Journal, vol. 41, 1976.

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Scope and Contents note

Conveyances of Llanddewi Mill, pars. Llanddewi and Llandegfedd.

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Appraisal note

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Collection Inventory

 D5514/1 Conveyance of Llanddewi Mill, par. Llandegfedd and Llanddewi Fach 1606   0.0010 Cubic Metres

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9 Aug. 1606

1. Damiell Morice of par. Tredunnock, gent. and Florence his wife

2. Leonard Miricke of par. Llanhilleth, clerk

Bargain and Sale of a moiety of a water corn and grist mill with appurtenances and with deeds and charters thereto relating; in pars. Llanddewi and Llandegveth.

Consideration: £50


Twentieth Century

Transcript of above

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 D5514/2 Witness of intentions of final concord Jun 1607   0.0010 Cubic Metres

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6 Jun 1607

1. Daniell Morice of par. Tredunnock, gent; and Florence his wife.

2. Leonard Miricke of Landegveth, clerk

WITNESS OF INTENTIONS OF FINAL CONCORD of 1 Jun 1607, between 1. and 2.

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