Summary Information

Gwent Archives
Rogers Family
Miscellaneous deeds relating to the Rogers Family of Caerleon and Pontypool
0.015 Cubic Metres
General Physical Description note
(3 items)

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Biographical/Historical note

No information found.

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Scope and Contents note

Deeds relating to the Rogers family of Caerleon and Pontypool, 1779-1791, relating to lands in the parish of Panteg and the borough of Newport, Monmouthshire.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

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Conditions Governing Access note

Usual conditions apply.

Conditions Governing Use note

Usual copyright conditions apply.

Accruals note

Accruals are not expected.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

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Appraisal note

All records deposited at Gwent Record Office have been retained.

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Controlled Access Headings


  • Deeds-Wales-Monmouthshire-Caerleon, Pontypool

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Other Finding Aids note

A hard copy catalogue is available at Gwent Archives.

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Collection Inventory

 D3414/1 Final Concord 1. Lawrence Rogers, ptff. 2. Edward Lewis and W. Mary, Thomas Williams and W. Susan, dfts. Three messuages, two stables, three gardens, two acres of land with appurtenances; in par. Panteague and Newport. Right hand indenture Jun 1779 (3rd week of Trinity 19 George III) 

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 D3414/2-3 Lease and Release for £100 1. Edward Lewis of Caerleon, blacksmith. 2. Richard Rogers of Pontypool, mercer. Messauge and garden, stable, field called the upper field, a messauge and garden, field called the lower field, and stable; in tenture of Hanbury Davies, clerk, John Williams and Reuben Matthew; in par. Panteague. Covenant to levy a fine. 19 Nov 1779-20 Nov 1779 

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 D3414/4-5 Lease and release for £94.10. 1. Richard Rogers of Caerleon, mercer and w. Hannah. 2. William David of Penteague, yeoman and w. Mary. 3. Miles Edward of Trosnant, par. Trevethin, shopkeeper. Three messuages and gardens in tenure of John Lewis, John Morgan and Ruth Edwards, 2 parcels of land and stable in possession of Ann Jones; in Ynyscoy; par. Panteague. In trust to Miles Edwards, his heirs and assigns, to use of William David, thereafter to the use of his wife, thereafter to the use of the heirs of William David and wife, and for want of heirs to William David. Covenant to bar dower. 27 Oct 1791, 29 Oct 1791 

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