B. R. A. No. 1996, Henllis deed 1801

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Gwent Archives
B. R. A. No. 1996 Henllis Deed
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Scope and Contents note

Bargain and sale of property in Henllis, Monmouthshire, 1801.

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Accruals are not expected

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

Deposited by Rooks Rider and Co., 8-9 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, per British Records Association, [1981].

Appraisal note

All records have been retained

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Controlled Access Headings


  • Deeds--Wales--Henllys (Monmouthshire);

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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

 D1900/1 Bargain and Sale 1. Sarah David par. Henllis, widow of Miles David yeoman. 2. William David of the same, yeoman, only son and heir apparent of Miles David. Recital that. 1. claims an estate for life in premises (later described) par. HENLLIS, subject to a mortgage under her marriage settlement dated 25, Nov. 1762 now mislaid. Miles David in his will devised to 1 and 2 jointly his freehold estate, during the life of 1, on condition that they should pay £10 to each of his five daughters, Sarah, Margaret, Mary, Rachel and Ann, without reference to the remaining daughters. To solve disagreement concerning title and the payment of debts and legacies an agreement has been concluded of a messuage, cowhouse, one stable, two barns, two gardens, two curtillages and thirty two parcels of land known as Caedau y Ty, y cover bach, Coed yr Odyn, y Cae bach duch Lawr Coed, Cae Mawr, Y Try Cae bach, Cae Clodur, Caer Ty, Cae Crun, Cae bach, Ty yr Deied, y wain ganal, y wain wrth y Ty, Cae bach, with y Ty, Cae Penllwyne, Cae Drammans, Caer Ricka, Caer Pant, Caer hinmon, Caer Rew Pedwen, Caer Trwyne, y Gilwarch Issa, Caer Troyne, y Gilwarch Icha, yr hewld Newith, Cae Kenol, Cae Pella, y Graigvawr, Graig Vach, Graig Shon Kovert, y Copy y Graig Issha, y Winllan Vach arlan y nant being 200 Welsh acres in par. HENLLIS, Manor of Machen, adjoining lands formerly of Walter John to yr yrva, to y Pwll bach, to the Highway to lands of Sir Charles Morgan of Tredegar to Nant Garn. Consideration: £105, payment of £40 (as above) and debts. 7 Sep 1801 

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