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Records found in the online catalogue to the Library of Wales, Aberystwyth.

The following documents have been obtained:

  • E Williams Hove 291 – 2xA2
  • E Williams Hove 219 – 2xA2
  • Edwinsford 1197 – 1xA3
  • Edwinsford 1017 – 1xA3
  • Tredegar 116/10 – 2xA3
  • Tredegar 121/1 – 2xA3
  • Tredegar 121/2 – 5xA2
  • Penpont 470 – 2xA2
  • Penpont 2343 – 2xA3
  • Penpont 737 – 1xA4
  • Ch in W LL/C/C(P) 1180 – 1xA4

Search term: "Whitney"

Catalogue Reference Sort Date Whitneys Description Status
CHURCH IN WALES: DIOCESE OF LLANDAF EPISCOPAL 4 LL/MISC/779. 1841, March 1. John Whitney Writ directed to John Whitney of Merthyr Tydfil to appear at the Court of Common Pleas at Westminster in an action on the case at the suit of Francis Jones.
CHURCH IN WALES: DIOCESE OF ST DAVIDS EPISCOPAL 5 SD/CCB(G)/159 [B.V.] 1716 Oct. 16 Mary Whitney Parties: Eliz. Price of Clirow, wid. V Mary Whitney of same. Context: Defam. L.
CHURCH IN WALES: DIOCESE OF ST DAVIDS EPISCOPAL 5 SD/CCB(G)/673 1729 Oct. 21 Walter Whitney Parties: Off. V Walter Whitney of Clirow yeo. Context: Neglecting to receive Holy Sacrament A.
CHURCH IN WALES: DIOCESE OF ST DAVIDS EPISCOPAL 5 SD/CCB(G)/527 1805 Sept. 2 William Whitney Citees: Wm Whitney of Clyrow, yeo. Cause: To ans. Jas. Beavan, churchwdn. of Clirow for subtr. of tithes.
CWRTMAWR DEEDS No. 1,196. 1665, Aug. 21 Robert Whitney, Mary Whitney FINAL CONCORD between Henry Williams and Henry James, plaintiffs, and Robert Whitney and Mary, his wife, deforciants, concerning property in Boughrod and llanstephan, co. Rad. Latin.
CWRTMAWR 2 (B) 342B MS 342, PENILLION, XIXc Messrs Whitney A small notebook containing ‘penillion telyn’ and other verses, some to be sung to the airs ‘Lili Lon’, ‘Nos Galan’, and ‘Ar hyd y Nos’. Some of the verses appear in John Ceiriog Hughes: Oriau’r Hwyr. At the end of the volume the following note occurs ‘Some of the Sheets near the end of your ( my) copy are out of place. D. Parry’. An inscription on the inside upper cover suggests that the notebook was originally intended as an account book of Messrs Reed & Owens with Messrs Whitney and Wilson, Barton Street,

Liverpool. Welsh; English.

D. GETHIN WILLIAMS COLLECTION, Carmarthenshire and Glamorgan Deeds GROUP II, 12. 1813, May 6 George Whitney, Rev. 1 The Rev. George Whitney of Stagbach, p. Leominster, Herefordshire, clerk; 2 John Jones of Brinbrain, p. Llangadock, co. Carm., gent. DEED OF COVENANT for the further assurance on the purchase of a moiety of a copyhold tmt and lands called Hendrevorgan otherwise Bryndilis Gwylva, p. Languick and man. Kaegurwen, co. Glam. Consideration: £800.
D. GETHIN WILLIAMS COLLECTION, Carmarthenshire and Glamorgan Deeds GROUP II, 13. 1827, May 2 John Thomas Whitney 1 John Thomas Whitney, late of Burton Cottage, p. Leominster, Herefordshire, but now an inhabitant of Demerary and Esscquebo, gent., third son of the Rev. George Whitney, late of Stagbach, p. Leominster, and now of Burton Cottage aforesaid, clerk; 2 The said George Whitney 3 John Jones of Brinbrain, p. Llangadock, co. Carm., gent. DEED OF COVENANT to surrender the reversion of a moiety of a copyhold tmt and lands called Hendrevorgan otherwise Bryndilis Gwylva, p. Languick and man. Kaegurwen, co. Glam.
D. GETHIN WILLIAMS COLLECTION, Carmarthenshire and Glamorgan Deeds GROUP II, 13b. 1827, Feb. 7 John Thomas Whitney 1 John Thomas Whitney, late of Burton Cottage, p. Leominster, Herefordshire, but now an inhabitant of Demerary and Esscquebo, gent., third son of the Rev. George Whitney, late of Stagbach, p. Leominster, and now of Burton Cottage aforesaid, clerk; 2 James Whitney of Shrewsbury, Shropshire, brother of John Thomas Whitney, and Evan Thomas of Neath, road surveyor. LETTER OF ATTORNEY. No. 13b is attached to No. 13.

111 1624/5, Feb. 27 1 Watkine Lewies [sic] of Lanygon, co. Brecknock, gent. 2 James Goughe of Whitney, co. Hereford, gent. 3 John Duppa, gent., and Eustance Goughe, yeoman, both of Whitney, co. Hereford SETTLEMENT [after the marriage of Aythan Lewies, son of the first party, and Elnore, daughter of the second party] of the messuage in the occupation of the said Aythan Lewis, with the tanhouse, etc., and three closes of lands thereunto belonging, parish of Hay, co. Brecknock Counterpart

DD87 Laleston, Merthyr Mawr 1909 Valu. no. 193 'J. I. D. Nicholl, Esq. Merthyr Mawr Estate Valuation of Whitney Farm' Contains valuation, schedule of previous tenancies, agreement to let, plan, correspondence

291. 1611, Oct. 1 (1) Walter Whitney of Clyrowe, co. Rad., gent. (2) Phillipp Tayler of Rowley, co. Rad., gent. Sale and grant of part of a certain m. in Burford, p. Old Radnor, co. Rad. 219. 1611, Oct .1 (1) Walter Whitney of Elyrone, co. Rad., gent. (2) Phillipp Tayler of Rowley, co. Rad., gent. Grant and sale of certain tmt’s in lower Burford, Lower Burvare, and Lower Burmon, p. Old Radnor, co. Rad. Status: Obtained.

1197. 1565, Dec. 4. 1. Robart Whitney of Whitney, co. Hereford, kt., and Mary, his wife; 2. Rees Morgan ap Rees of Llandylowe vawere, co. Carmarthen, yeoman. RELEASE of a messuage called lloynemorgan, parish of Llandylo vawer. Latin.

1017. 1580, July 2. GENERAL RELEASE from Dame Marye Whitneye of Aberm[ar]les, to Rees ap William Price of the parish of Llansawill, co. Carmarthen, gent. Stained.

116/10. 1557, April 20 1. John ap Howell David ap Jean of Glaseburye, yeoman, and Alson, his wife 2. James Whitney of Clyrowe, gent., and Thomas ap David of Glaseburye GRANT of m's called Tyre John Hoell David ap Jean, Tyre David ap Jenkin Colye, and Tyre Kaye Comine in p. Glaseburye to the use of Watkin Thomas John Hoell. Latin.

121/1. 1613, Aug. 20 1. Roger Havard of Maes Slough, co. Rad., gent., John Havard, his son and heir apparent, and James Whitney of Llangeneder, gent. 2. Phillipp Jones of the city of London, merchant BOND for the observance of covenants in a pair of indentures dated Aug. 20 1613.

1464-1465 1663, June 23 1. Sir Henry Williams of Gwernevett, co. Brecknock bart.; 2. Elizabeth Whitney of Whitney, co. Hereford, spinster. MORTGAGE for £800 by way of demise for 1,000 years of messuages and lands in the parishes of Llangynnider, Devynnocke, and Llanigon, co. Brecknock. Two copies.

1473 1664/5, Feb. 14 LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION of the unadministered estate of Thomas Whitney late of the parish of Clifford, co. and diocese of Hereford, esq., deceased, granted to Thomas Whitney, esq., his nephew. Latin. 1474 1666, July 3 LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION of the estate of Elizabeth Whitney late of Whitney, co. Hereford, spinster, deceased, granted to Thomas Whitney and Lucy Booth, her brother and sister respectively. Latin.

572. 1542, Dec. 7. 1. Edward ap Gwilym of the town of Brecon, esq.; 2. John ap Morgan of the said town and James amd Thomas Whitney, gents SETTLEMENT of a parcel of land called Kelly Kiloges in parish of and lordship of Landowy, extending in length from the highway leading from Llandewy to Porthgwyn up the stream called manod and in breadth from a place called Maes y gaer to the land of Walter ap Morgan called porthgwyn, and four acres of arable land together with two water meadows (platis prati) in the said parish and lordship, extending in length from the aforesaid highway up to the mountain waste land of Llandowe and in breadth from a place called personslowe to the land of Richard ap Thomas William, and also a plantation of wood called Kelly vingam in the fee of Penkelly, extending in length from the said Kelly Kiloges up to le Quarrell near Porth gwyn, and in breadth from the said stream called manod to le porthgwyn, to the use of the said Edward ap Gwilym and Elizabeth Whitney, his wife, and their heirs legitimate, with reversion in the event of failure of such heirs to Edward Gamys, nephew? (nepos) of the said Edward.

470. 1587, Oct. 28. 1. Roger Vaughan of Clyrow. 2. William Whitney of Green pitts, co. Brecon, gent. BARGAIN AND SALE in consideration of £240, of a capital messuage late in the possession of Walter Vaughan, esq. in the town of the Haye, one barn in the town, a close called Wyefyld containing about 10 acres a close called greenfyld containing 40 acres, a close called the neweditchfyld containing 7 acres, a close adjoining containing 5 acres, and 7 acres of arable land called crossefyld, all in the lordship of Cusop, co. Hereford; a close called Okesyde containing 9 acres, a close called Kyrnant melyn containing 12 acres, a close called y llaine, containing 20 acres, a close containing 4 acres called lugg foord lands called Walebifs land; 30 acres of arable land in a field called buckland fyld, all in the manor of English Haye, co. Brecon; and all the lands in Hay and Cusop which the said Roger purchased of John Hopwood and William Prys; covenant that the said Roger Vaughan and Margery, his wife, within the next two years on request levy a fine for the better assurance of the premises. 2343 1591, Nov. 6. 1. William Whitney of Hay, co. Brecon, gent.; 2. Roger Vaughan of Cliro, co. Radnor. RELEASE of messuages and lands in Cusopp, co. Hereford, and Hay, co. Brecon. Latin

737. 1614, Feb. 12 INJUNCTION from the Court of Chancery to James Whitney and Richard Lewes, defendants in a suit brought by Edward Games, esq., plaintiff, respecting a dispute about a messuage and lands. It is alleged that premises previously belonging to Roger Vaughan had been conveyed to William Whitney but had on payment of a sum of money been reconveyed to Vaughan, who had sold the same to Sir John Games father of the plaintiff, for £300; but the defendants, alleged that the premises had been conveyed to vaughan in trust and been entailed on William Whitney deceased, and Anne, his wife, the widow of William John Morrice. The Court ordered defendants on pain of a fine of £500 to answer the charges of the plaintiff and not to consent waste on the premises till dispute was settled at common law. Latin

2393. 1615. DECREE in Chancery in a cause in which Edward James, esq. was plaintiff and James Whitney, Richard Lewis and Anne Morris, widow, defendants, concerning lands in Cusop and Clifford, co. Hereford. Badly mutilated.

SD/CCB(P)/24, 24a 1685 July 14 Deceased: Wm Ehitney- Cliroe. Parties: Walter and Wm. Whitney agst. Jno. Whitney, cautor. Context: Proving of will. D.

1796 1672, May 3 Note from Ralph Whitney concerning the subsidy arrears in the Commotes of Tallibollion and Llyvon.

1436 1746, March 31 From: Wm. Hall and John Whitney To: Mr Herbert Jenkins


Search term: Whittney

LL/CC/C(P)1180. n. d. Deceased: Martha Jones of Cardiff, spinster, the exec. of Hugh Lewis. Citees: Mary Jones, exec. of Martha Jones. Citees: To ans. Elizabeth, wife of Hugh Whitny, for subtraction of legacy and to exhibit an inventory on oath. (F).

SD/CCB(G)/395 1710-11 Jan. 23 Parties: Off. V Robt. Whittney, gent. of Bryngwynn. Context: Profaning church. A. SD/CCB(G)/626 1727 Aug. 10 Parties: Geo. Awbrey and Walter Whittney, former wardens of Clyrow V Hy. Williams of same. Context: Non-payment of church rate. L.

SD/CCB/C(G)/870 1704 July 4 Description of Document: Lrs. of Excommunication of Eustace Whittney of Clyrow and Andrew Tweedy of Llanbeder Painscastle for non-appearance to ans. Jeremiah Griffith for subtr. of tithes. 1338. 1568, Sept. 3. ACQUITTANCE from Dame Marie Whittney to Ievan David ap Gitto for such sums of money as one Morgan ap Gwillym, late deceased, had in mortgage upon one house in Talley, co. Carmarthen, which sums came to the said Dame Marie as an estate by the death of the said Morgan ap Gwilliym 618. 22 March 1623 1 William Thomas Watkin of Llanstephan, co. Rad., yeoman, and Thomas Watkin, yeoman to 2 Thomas Parry of Llanstephan, gent. RELEASE of a close of land with appurtenances called Kaye yr Uriwen Lloyd, containing 15 a. Witness: Whittney, Johan Robert, Harry ap Ieuan, David Jones, William Parry, William Robert, John ap John David, John Jones. Latin.

173. 22 March 1658 1 Rice Havard of Talgarth, co. Brec., gent., and Henry Havard of p. Talgarth, co. Brec., gent. to 2 Robert Whittney of Boughrud, co. Rad. BOND in the penalty of £11 for the payment of £5.10 on the 23 June 1658 to the said Robert Whittney. Witnesses: Richard John Jenkin, Johan Whittney, Elizabeth Gunter. Torn in half.

281. 2 March 1662 1 Eustance Whittney of Llanstephan, co. Rad., gent. 2 Margaret Protherch, spinster, of Llanstephan BOND in the penalty of £10 for the payment of £5 upon 1 Feb. 1663. Witnesses: John William, Elizabeth Jones, William Jones.

157. 6 Feb. 1662 1 Thomas Davies of Bochrood, co. Rad., gent., and Johan, his wife, and Margery Davies, widow, of p. Bochrood, co. Rad., and mother of Thomas Davies to 2 Evan Jones of Bochrood, co. Rad., yeoman INDENTURE, being a grant of several parcels of land being in p’s Bochrood and Glasbury called Y Kai heir, extending in length from the highway that leads from Velindre to Dolhen to the highway that leads from Dolheer to Bochrood, having on the one side the Castle land and on the other side the lands late of Watkins David, dec. (called y Kae Kanal bach), containing about 4 a. Also, a parcel of land called llaine rhyd y Gelynen, extending in length from the highway (that leads from Velindre to Dolheer) to the River Wye, lying between the land of the said Evan Jones and the lands of John Powell, about 1½ a. Also, a parcel of land called y llain ysha, lying in a field called Ynis y Domen, the one end of it joining the lands of John Powell, the other end joining the lands of Charles Gunter, dec., and both sides meared on the lands of Watkin David, dec. - about 1½ a. Also, a parcel of land in the said field called y llaine Isha, extending in length from the lands of Hugh Whittney to the lands of Henry Watkins called Tomen hir Isha, on both sides with the lands of the said Evan Jones and John Powell - about 1½ a. All lands being now in the possession of Thomas Davies. Consideration, £33 Rent, 1d. yearly and 2d. heriot. Witnesses to livery of seisin: John Powell, Henry Watkins, William Davies, Rogett Llewelin, Wm Prosser, Phillip William, Jon Wm Phillip, Wm Prosser, Evan Prosser, Charles Lloyd.

210. 28 June 1676 1 Margaret Greves of King’s Norton, Worcestershire, widow, and Benjamin Greves, gent., of Worcestershire to 2 John Williams, gent. BOND in the penalty of £130 for the observance of covenants contained in an indenture dated 28 June 1676 made between Margaret Greves, widow, and Benjamin Greves, gent., of the one part and John Williams of the other part. Witnesses: Rowland Games, Richard Whittney, Walter Powell, Elizabeth Williames. 536. 28 June 1676 1 Margaret Greves, widow, and Benjamin Greves, both of King’s Norton, Worcestershire to 2 John Williams of Glasbury, co. Rad. INDENTURE, being a lease for a year (so that a release may be made) of a house and cottage belonging thereto in Boughrood, co. Rad., formerly occupied by Gwenlyan Prosser, widow, and 40 a. of land. Consideration, 6s. Witness: Rowland Haines, Richard Whittney, Walter Powell, Elizabeth Williams.

556. 29 June 1676 1 Margaret Greves, widow, and Benjamin Greves, gent., of King’s Norton, Worcestershire to 2 John Williams of Dolheer, p. Glasburie, co. Rad., gent. INDENTURE, being grant of the m. where Gwenlyan Prosser, widow, lives and the cottage belonging thereto, and 40 a. of arable land and meadows, etc., in Boughrood. Consideration, £75. Witness: Rowland Haines, Richard Whittney, Walter Powell, Elizabeth Williames.

153. FINAL CONCORD in a fine levied at the Great Sessions for co. Rad. at Presteigne on 29 March 1680 before Thomas Street, serjeant-at-law, and Owen Wynne, esq., justices, whereby Richard Parry and Jane, his wife, defendants, acknowledged a moiety of 6 a. of land, 5 a. of pasture, and turbary land, with appurtenances, in p. Boughrood to be the right of Richard Whittney. Consideration, £20. Latin.

486. 1 March 1690 1 Eustance Whittney of Clifford, Herefordshire, clerk to 2 Henry Williams of Llandilo, gent. BOND in the penalty of £20 for the payment of £10 on 2 March 1691, with the interest then due. Witness: Walter Davies, John Williams, John Jones.

121/2. 1618, Aug. 20 1. Roger Havard of Maes Slough, gent., Elizabeth, his wife, John Havard, their son and heir apparent, Wattkyn Vaughan of Llyswen, gent., and James Whittney of Llangyneder, gent., and Mary, his wife 2. Phillippe Jones, citizen and merchant of London BARGAIN AND SALE of a third part of the man. of Llyswen, of which Sir Henry Williams and Sir Charles Vaughan are owners of the other two parts, the m. in the tenure of Watkin Vaughan, the m. in Llyswen in the occupation of David ap Harry, the m. in Llyswen in the occupation of William Lewis, the water corn mill in Llyswen in the occupation of Wattkyn Vaughan, the arable and meadow ground in Llyswen belonging to the m. in the occupation of Watkyn Vaughan, the parcel of arable land called y ddoll vaugh, the arable lands lying in a field called the lower field, the arable lands lying in a field called Maes glan y Cavan, the parcel of arable land called pen y gardde, the arable lands lying in a field called Maes Crunne, a parcel of land called Kay yr Kone, the parcel called Kae lloyd, several parcels of arable land of 14 a. in a field called y Maes Gwyn, a parcel of land in a place called dan y parike, all in Llyswen, two fields in Glasbury, one of which is called Kae Mab Adda and the other is called dolvorfydd, the chief rents in the man. of Llyswen amounting to 12s. 4, and all other lands in Llyswen belonging to the vendors, with the exception of a parcel of arable land called Crofte y ffa.

467. 1561, June 28. 1. Hoel ap Gwilim Thomas of Cobrig’, gent.; 2. Richard ap Hoell ap Richard of the parish of Llantrissent, gent. GRANT in consideration of £13. 6s. 8d. of a tenement called Tire y bryn Rydd in the parish of Llantrissent in the lordship of Miskin lying between the river called Eley on the west part, the land called Y Vanhaddloc vawr on the north part, the highway on the east part and the river called Dyveleis on the south part. Witnesses: Roger Hopkin, David ap William, Morgan ap William Robert of Llantrissent. Latin.

593. 1601, December 22. 1. Morgan ap William of Kylgwyn, co. Denbighe, yeoman; 2. Hugh ap Roger and Elizabeth verch William. QUITCLAIM in respect of all the messuages and lands in Mayssigwige in the commote of Istulas, co. Denbighe, lately the property of William ap Gruffith Vaughan, father of the first party. Witnesses include John Vaughan, clerk. Latin. 789. 1601, December 22. 1. Morgan ap William; 2. Hugh ap Roger and Elizabeth, his wife. BOND relating to No. 593 of the same date. NA16 1581, Oct. 25 1 Jenkin ap Retherch of Towen, co. Mer., yeoman, and Margaret verch Ieuan his wife 2 Morgan ap William ap David ap Ieuan ap Deio of Pennall, yeoman LEASE for 24 years of a tmt and lands called Llechwedd Bodys, t. and p. PENNALL, covenants relating to repairs Annual rent: 14s.4 Duties: a fat goose at Christmas, two hens at Shrovetide 16280. 1548, Nov. 26 1 George ap Ievan the younger of Montgomery, burgess 2 Elen daughter of John Broughton, his wife GRANT of a parcel of land called Cûbanadlok lying within the liberty of Mountgomery between the land of David ap John ap Hicke and the land of Morgan ap William on the one part and the land of John Younge on the other and extending from the land of the said David to the lands of Walter Gruffith, Phillip David, and David ap John ap Hicke, and two a. of arable land lying between the land of Meredith ap Ievan Vachan and the land of John Yong and extending from the land of the said Meredith to the land of Walter Gruffith. Witnesses: William Harbert, esq., and Howell ap Hughe, gent., bailiffs of the town of Mountgomery. Latin. Seal.

134. 1567, Sept. 1. 1. Morgan ap William David Morgan of Llansawill, and Hopkyn Thomas ap Morgan Gwynne of Kilycome, both of co. Carmarthen, gentlemen; 2. Howell ap William ap Rees and Thomas William David ap Morgan of Llansawill, gentlemen. BOND fro the observance of the award contained in No. 135. [Names of the properties mentioned: three tenements called Tythyn brynne dauydd, Tythyn moylvre, and Tythyn bulgh y Rrydd.]

136. 1567, Sept. 6. 1. Morgan ap William David ap Morgan of the parish of Llansawill, co. Carmarthen.; 2. Thomas ap William David ap Morgan of the same, gent. GRANT of three tenements called doy Tythyn Morgan William David ap Morgan y moylvre, and Tythyn Porth y Rryd, parish of Llansawill. Latin.

137. 1567, Sept. 6. 1. Morgan ap William David ap Morgan; 2. Thomas ap William David ap Morgan. RELEASE of the properties specified in No. 136. Latin. 1864. 1567, Sept. 6. 1. Morgan ap William David ap Morgan; 2. Thomas ap William David ap Morgan. BOND for the quiet enjoyment of the three tenements specified in Nos. 136- 7. [Witnesses include William Thomas, scribe.]

1542. 1576, Nov. 9. 1. Morgan ap William Llewelin of the parish of Llangadocke, co. Carmarthen, gent.; 2. Thomas ap Rees ap Morgan of the parish of Llandilo vaure, yeoman. RELEASE of lands and tenements sometime of Tanglwyst vergh Howell ap Morgan, deceased, the relessor’s mother, in the parishes of Llandilo vaure and Talley. [Other names mentioned: rivers called yrddyl and yr avon ddy.] Latin. 41. 1586, Nov. 6. 1. William Morgan ap William and Morgan William both of the parish of Talley, co. Carmarthen, yeomen; 2. David ap Rees ap William. BOND for the quiet possession and (in the event of non-redemption) for the further assurance of the property specified in No. 40. Not executed.

838. 1592, April 29. 1. David David Morgan Madock of Llansawell, co. Carmarthen, yeoman; 2. Francis ap Ievan Morgan ap William, his nephew. GRANT of parcels of land called parck glan y dwr, parck clyn y dderwen, [ and] gallt y duy and a small house called y tuy yng order Cwm and lands, all in the parish of Llansawell. [Other names mentioned: ‘tumulus’ called y banck ywch lawr tuy yngodrer Cwm, river called Cothi.] Latin. 884. 1596, Aug. 8. 1. Elizabeth vergh Rees David ap Rees Whith of Llandylo vawr, co. Carmarthen, widow, relict of William Morgan ap William late of the parish of Talley, deceased; 2. David ap Rice ap William of Llansawell, gent. RELEASE of a messuage and lands at a place called mainor llanvihangell, parish of Talley. Latin.

197. 1569, July 6. PROBATE of the will of Robert ap John Wyn late of the diocese of Bangor, deceased. Will dated 20 April, 1569. Testator willed and bequeathed:- to be buried in the parish church of Llanestyndwy; to the reparation of the said church, 4d.; to the cathedral church of Bangor, 4d.; to my eldest son John ap Robert, one mare; to Owen, my son, one mare; to Kadwaladr, my son, one filly; to Morgan ap William, one bullock two years’ old; to Lowre Gibbwn, one heifer, two years’ old; to Hugh ap Howell, my servant, a yearling in recompense for his service; to my sister Jane verch John Wyn, all the goods and chattels which were given me to her use after the decease of my father John Wyn ap Robert Vychan by his exectuors, that is, 8 heads of beasts ex genere vaccarum and 30 of sheep and lambs; my wife Cateringe Owen and my daughters Annes verch Robert, Margett verch Robert Elizabeth verch Robert, Gras verch Robert, and Jonede verch Robert to be my executors, to whom I bequeath the residue, after the payment of my debts; my executors shall have the occupation, use, profits, etc., of all my messuages, etc., in the township of Trevan, co. Caernarvon, for 8 years, paying 12d. annually to my son and heir John ap Robert All Saints, and chief-rent; my brethren Richiard Wheit, John Wyn, Owen Gruffith ap John Wyn, and David Lloid ap Richiard to be my overseers. Witnesses: Owen ap John, Owen Howell Vaughan, Roland Gruffith ap Robert, gentlemen, John ap Hoell ap Llywelyn ap David, John ap Ieuan ap Eignon.

490. 1604, Sept. 1. 1. Morgan ap William ap Howell of Llanvnda, co. Caernarvon, gent.; 2. William Beake of Caernarvon, gent. COVENANT for the assurance to John Wynne Moris of Cym? and Richard ap David of Llanvnda both of co. Caernrvon, gentlemen, Owen ap Ievan ap John of Llangristolis, co. Anglesey, gent., and Richard Edmondes of Vaynol, co. Caernarvon, gent., (prenuptial settlement of William ap Robert ap William, cousin, and next heir apparent of the said Morgan ap William, and Jane Beake, daughter of the said William Beake), of a capital messuage called Cwillyn and tenements and lands called Cwm bychan and Dollellog in Dinlley, co. Caernarvon, and Coed vab Edn[yfed] and Havod gay in Nanmot, co. Merioneth. 1276. Deed of sale by Ovinus or Owen ap Roger of Dinerth, co. Denb., for £25 to Hugh ap John ap rees of Trepull, same co., of his lands and tenements, etc ., in Llaithvaen, comote of Uchdulas, same co. Dated:- 20 February, 37 Elizabeth, [1595]. Signed. Small seal, red wax, a lion rampant. Witnesses: Robert Vaughan, Morgan ap William. Vellum. Latin. D162 1635/6, Feb. 20 1. Lowrie Morgan of Llandwroge, co. Caern., 2. Richard Gruffith of Llanvair Isgaer, gent. LEASE for 6 years of the share and right of 1 in messuages and lands being the late lands of Morgan ap William John of Llandwroge, her father, deceased, called Tuthyn y mansier, Bachednoygwyr and hendre in LLANDWROGE, co. Caern. Annual rent: £3

D163 1635/6, Feb. 20 1. Lowrie Morgan of Llandwroge, co. Caern., 2. Richard Gruffith of Llanvair, gent. APPOINTMENT of 2 to act as attorney for 1 concerning her share in the lands and tmts., of Morgan ap William John, her father, deceased, in LLANDWROGE, co. Caern., to receive rents for her from the said lands for 6 years and otherwise to act on her behalf with regard to the lands.

1061 1548, April 11 1. Rees Perrot son of Owein Perrot of Haroldeston, knight; 2. Morgan ap William Lloyde of the parish of Llanstinand in the hundred of Dowisland, yeoman. GRANT of a tenement called Farthenshocke in the barony and hundred of Kemmis. Witnesses: Owen ap David, gent., Griffith Lewis, John William, Corvisor, junior, Hugh Carne. Dated at Haverfordwest. Latin.

429 QUITCLAIM by William Rees Gwillim Rees junior of Llandilovawr to Dionisia Verch Rees, of the same, widow, of a tenement called Tir Morgan ap Gwillim in Llandilo Vawr. Dated at Keven Triscoed, 4 May. 20 Eliz. [1578]

504 QUITCLAIM by William David ap John, of Llandilo Vawr, gent., and Joneta Lloid alias Joneta Verch Thomas, of the same, to Thomas Griffith Lloid of the same, gent., of a messuage commonly called Tyr Morgan ap Gwillim, with an enclosure and other lands in Llandilo Vawr. Dated 20 Oct. 1611

56 1563, July 24 FINAL CONCORD in a fine levied at the great Sessions for co. Brecknock between Morgan ap David ap Howell and Thomas ap Howell ap Watkyn, plaintiffs, and Morgan ap Gwillim ap Howell ap Morgan and William Morgan ap Gwillim, his son and heir apparent, deforciants, when the deforciants acknowledged three messuages and 250 acres of land in Llanvihangell Nantebrane to be the right of the plaintiffs. Latin.

DELAHAY, Paul, gent, Llanigon, BRE. 1725, Dec 18. At Llys-wen or Llandyfalle, or Boughrood, RAD. Elizabeth Whitney. B. 67/39.

LEWIS, William, Llanfihangel Tal-y-llyn, BRE. 1718, May 24. At Boughrood RAD or St. Mary's Brecon. Mary Whitney. B. 4/8.

MABE, Foster, Clodock, HERE. 1725, April 6. Frances Whitney. B. 17/33.

POWELL, John, gent., Llandeilo Graban, RAD. 1747, May 17. At Ll.G. or Llanbedr Painscastle. Elizabeth Whitney. B. 41/33. ["May" on B, "June" on O and cover: married 19 June '47].

PREES, Thomas, yeoman, Llandyfalle, BRE. 1724, July 10. At Boughrood, or Talachddu. Sarah Whitney. B. 4/12.

PRICHARD, Timothy, gent., Cleiro, RAD. 1723, Nov 9. At C., Bryn-gwyn or Llowes. Mary Whitney. B. 17/30.

WHITNEY, John, yeoman, Boughrood, RAD. 1726, Nov 7. At B. or Llanstephan . Elizabeth Powell. B. 70/16.

WHITNEY, Robert, gent., Boughrood, RAD. 1714, Sept 24. At Glasbury or Llowes. Catherine Lewis. B. 30/54. JENKINS, John, yeoman, Cwm-iou, MON. 1756, Feb 3. Elizabeth Whitney. B. 30/132.

JONES, William, yeoman, Cleiro, RAD. 1760, January 28. Elizabeth Whitney. B. 17/69.

LAYTON, John, weaver, Llanfihangel Rhydieithon, RAD. 1763, July 29. Mary Whitney. B. 54/81.

LLOYD, David, gent., Llansanffraid-yn-Elfael, RAD. 1760, May 14. Elizabeth Whitney. B. 32/41.

LLOYD, David, Llansanffraid-yn-Elfael, RAD. 1762, April 12. Elizabeth Whitney. B. 32/42. WILLIAMS, William, gent., Glascwm, RAD. 1755, April 4. Elizabeth Whitney. B. 32/36.

JENKINS, William, bach., Glasbury, RAD. 1832, March 1. At G. Ann Whitney. A. 31/155. PROBERT, Richard. 1694, May 17. At Llanbedr Painscastle, Cleiro or Bryn- gwyn, RAD. Joane Whitney. B. 17/7.

WHITNEY, Joane, Llanbedr Painscastle, RAD. 1694, May 17. At Ll. P., Cleiro or Bryn-gwyn. Richard Probert. B. 17/7.

WHITTNEY, Martha, Cleiro, RAD. 1677, February 2. William Prosser. B. 30/4. THOMAS, Jenkin, bach, gent, Newton Nottage, GLA. 1738, October 18. At Llandaff. Anne Whitney. B. 5/7.

WALTON, Philip, wid, clockmaker, Cowbridge, GLA. 1742, September 4. At Newton Nottage. Elizabeth Whitney. B. 7/91. LLOYD, William, mercer, Brecon, BRE. 1709, Dec 6. At Llangenni. Martha Whittney. B. 8/90. POWELL, Robert, gent., Crucadarn, BRE. 1702, June 23. At Boughrood or Llansteffan, RAD. Winifred Whittney. B. 19/25.

WATKINS, Jeremiah, gent., Aberedw, RAD. 1713, May 12. At Gladestry, Newchurch or Llanddewi Fach. Mary Whittney. B. 89/15. WILLIAMS, David, clerk, Hay, BRE. 1714, Nov 19. Mary Whittney. B. 34/18. WILLIAMS, James, yeoman, Brecon, BRE. 1712, May 22. At St. Mary's or Christ Coll. Brecon. Jane Whittney. B. 89/1.

WILLIAMS, James, clerk, Cleiro, RAD. 1713, April 30. At Bryn-gwyn or Llowes. Mary Whittney. B. 89/12.


698. 14 November 1507 POWER OF ATTORNEY by William Herbert of Troy, esq., to John Hunteley, Thomas ap Roger of Wiluisnewton, Howel ap Jankyn Watkyn and Sir Philip William, rector of the church of Llangyby, to receive seisin from Thomas ap Jankyn ap Meuric of Woluisnewton in a tenement with all lands and appurtenances which he late purchased of Thomas Herbert, son and heir of John ap Gwilim Herbert of Itton, esq.

699. 14 November 1507 GRANT by Thomas ap Jankyn ap Meuric of Woluisnewton in the lordship of Uske, to William Herbert of Troy, esq., of a tenement with all lands and appurtenances which he purchased of Thomas Herbert, son and heir of John ap Gwelym Herbert of Itton, esq., lying in breadth between the lands of the said Thomas Herbert on one side and the land called Reidacar on the other, whereof one head abuts in length on an acre called Erow vawre, the other on the land of Roger ap Hoell. Witnesses: William Morgan, steward of Uske, and John Hewis, master sergeant, Thomas ap Robert, Receiver, John Wilcoke, James Howell. Given at Woluisnewton.

700. 14 November 1507 GRANT by William ap Howell ap Jenkyn and Johanna his wife, to William Herbert of Troy, esq., of a tenement with all writings belonging with three parcels of land, with appurtenances, in the parish of Woluisnewton in the lordship of Uske, which premises they purchased of Thomas Herbert, son and heir of John ap Gwelym Herbert of Itton, esq. (details as in No. 692). Among the witnesses: William Morgan, steward of Uske, John Hewis, master sergeant, and Thomas ap Robert, receiver. Given at Woluisnewton.

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BADMINTON 1 (DEEDS 1) Deposited by His Grace the Duke of Beaufort, KG, PC, Badminton, Gloucestershire, 1946

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For a summary of the contents of the Badminton archive, and a list of printed schedules, see the preface to Badminton 1 (Manorial 1). 546. [13th cent.] GRANT by Robert de Wyldecruc, son of Roger de Wyldecruc, to Richard the son of Adam le Heyward of 6 acres of land with appurtenances and a wall on the north lying in length between the wall called Blake walles on the eats and the land which John le heyward holds on the west and abutting on one head to the North on a meadow called Vroggemede and on the other head on the south to the land of the said John le heyward, conditionally on the land not being committed to the hand of the religious, for 30s. paid in hand and 7s. per annum at Hockday and Michaelmas. Witnesses: William Durant, Richard de Gardino, Philipp seyslid, Robert de Gardino, Nicholas Payn. [?p. Magor, cf No.553, p.301]

577. n.d [13th cent.] GRANT by Ralph, lord of Wysam to William of Ewyas, for 2 marks and 5s. of 4 acres of his land in Wysam, of which 2 acres lie between the lands which William Kuf and Jordan de Wysam hold, extending to the way leading from Wysam to St. Briavels (versum sanctum braeuellum), and 1 acre lies between the lands which William Kuf and Michael the son of Martin hold, extending from the grantor's demesne to the royal way leading from Wysam to St. Briavels, and 1 acre lies between the lands which William de Wysam and William the son of Pain hold, extending from the grantor's demesne to the land which Jordan de Wysam holds. Rent: 8d. per annum equally at Michaelmas and the Annunciation for all services, suits of courts, plaints and secular demands, saving the royal service pertaining to that land. Witnesses: John de Haya, John de Hodenac, John Luvenis, Henry bool, William champenis, Jordan de Wysam.

1513. n.d. [13th cent.] GRANT AND QUITCLAIM by Walter the son of Reginald Oswald of Upton to Peter de Salsomarisco of all his right in a virgate of land in Throkemerton [co. Worc.], which Nicholas the son of thorben holds of him by 4s. annual payment, at 4 yearly terms, namely at the Feast of Michaelmas 12d., at the Feast of St. Andrew 12d., at the Feast of St. Mary in March 12d., at the Feast of St. John the Baptist 12d., for which gift and confirmation Peter gives 3 marks. Witnesses: Sir Walter de bello campo, Sir Giles de bello campo, Osbert de abetot, Geoffrey de abetot, William de abetot, Walter le poher, Hugh le poher, Richard de ambresl', Thomas de chirchul, John his son. Ombersley, co. Worc. Seal.

788. [late 13th cent.] GRANT by Phillip ap Howel ap Muric to Sieycild ap Yoruerht of a piece of land in Koed Penkouin th fee of Uske, which lies in length between the lands which were of Yoruerht ap Gruffit, and the lands which were of Yeuan ap Thomas and in breadth between the lands which were of Seycild ap Yoruerht, and the croft which was of Wasmihangel Goch, rendering a rose at the Nativity of St. John the Baptist for all secular service. Consideration: ½ mark. Witnesses: Geoffrey de Taurugge, Steward of Uske, Maurice Auenel, Robert ap Howel, Madoc ap Walter, John ap Gruffit, Yoruerht ap David, Lewelin ap Gruffit.

1389. n.d. [late 13th cent.] GRANT by John, called le Heyr of Parva Badmintone to Robert le Heyr, his brother, of all the lands which came to him by hereditary right in Little Badminton, with houses, curtliages, meadows, liberties and free customs to the said land pertaining or any other tenement of his, saving due and accustomed services to the lords of the fee. Witnesses: Sir John le Meisy, kt., Roger de Aulda of Parva Badminton, William de Caldewell of the same, Stephen de Actonne, John de Chalkelege Geoffrey Wynebald, Laurenece de Hyldeslege.

1390. n.d. [late 13th cent.] GRANT by John called Heyr of Parva Badminton o Robert le Heyr, his brother, of a messuage in the vill of Parva Badminton and a virgate o fland within the same vill of Parva Badminton rendering a clove at the Feast of St. John the Baptist. Witnesses: John le Meysi, Hugh de Latrinton', Robert le franceys, John de Chalkeley, Roger de Parua Badminton', Laurence de Hildesleye and Geoffrey Wynebaud of the same.

1514. [late 13th cent.] GRANT by Henry de Ponte to Gilbert Tailor (cissori) of 12d. rent of assize which he had received annually at the four common and usual terms of the land, with its buildings and appurtenances, situate in the suburbs of Bristoll, opposite the chruch of the Friars Preachers between the land which was of Adam Coffin, miller, on the north and the land which was of Roger Vellard on the south and extending form the street in front to the land which was of Robert le Wyctanware behind, viz., Christmas 3d., Easter Term 3d., Feast of Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 3d., Michaelmas 3d., rendering a red rose at the Feast of Nativity of St. John the Baptist for all services and secular demands. Witnesses: Richard de Manegodesfelde, then mayor of Bristoll, Williams de la Marine, and Geoffrey godeshalf, bailiffs of the same town, Walter de la Pole, Walter Russo, Robert de systone, Laurence tannatore, Robert Harenest, John Boydin, clerk.

407. [circa 1300.] GRANT by Alice Lupe formerly wife of Radulf Lupe, in pure widowhood, to John Lupe, her son for his homage and service her capital dwelling house in Newtown below the forest (noun villa desuper foretam) with the whole garden and with half her lordship which she has or which can fall to her in her fee belonging to the same vill, in lands, in meadow, in feedins, in groves and in all places, also all the vill called Mulletone, with half the mill and all its appurtenances, the vill called Karsauthan with its appurtenances; and John the son of Reginald, John Bode, John Barild, thomas of the stock (generem) of Gneris with all their lands, services and progeny, by rent of a pair of undressed (albarum) gloves of the price of 1d. at Michaelmas for all service, exaction and demand. Witnesses: Sir Ralph de Cnouille, knight, Ralph Bluet, Robert Auenel, John de Lancum, Griffin the son of Maurice, Maurice the son of Reatlan, Ioruard Latimer.

1496. c. 1300. GRANT AND QUITCLAIM by Wronoc ap Houwel and Susanna his wife to John the son of Alexander of 7 acres of land of their fee, quit of all secular service, custom and demand, of which four William de Buwyas held next le Castelgraue and three Henry Moychet and Agnes his wife held next the way ( semitam) leading from Monemut' to Womewarston. Witnesses: William Marescall, John the son of Walter Rolf, John the son of Jonwe, Thomas the son of Alexander, Willco the clerk, John Dun, Henry Ken. 1497. [c.1300]. GRANT by Wronoc ap Houwel and Susanna, his wife, to John the son of Alexander, of all the services belonging to them in 3 acres of land, with appurtenances, which Henry moychec held of them in the fee of Haliwell under le Castelgraue between the lands which the said John held of them at an annual rent 6d., suit of courts, heriots or wards, reliefs, scutages, and escheats. Witnesses: William Marescall, Richard Baker (pistore), William consail, John rolf, Walter Sage. (Mutilated).

1181. 24 June 1314 GRANT by Wronoc ap Meuril to Seysild a Ieruarth of 1 acre of land in Lantonian lying in length from the way called Forth kenothan at the upper head to the land which Cradoc ap Wasumfreit holds on the lower, in breadth between the land which John ap Ieuan ap Kenewreyk formerly held on one side and the land which Phillip ap Wasteilou formerly held on the other, to hold of the chief lord of the fee by service of 2d. rent annually on Sunday after Michaelmas and reasonable relief. Witnesses: Maurice auenel, Robert Grete, Madoc ap Walter, John the Forester (forestarius), Philip ap Mil du, Howel ap Wilim, Adam ap Adam, Henry Durant, Robert Torald. Given at Trilleik.

1182. 4 April 1315 GRANT by William de la Welle and Elyanor, his wife, to Stephan Pynemor and Johanne, his wife, of 1 acre arable land which lies in the field of Eueryngton' between the land of Isabella de Eueryngton and the land of John son of Philip Eueryngton', to hold of the chief lord fee. Witnesses: John Le Waleys, Nicholas de la Hawe, John de la Welle, Richard de la Welle, John Paty. Given at Eueryngton. [cf. 1183,1184]

408. 5 October 1315 GRANT by Adam, the son of Richard of Syrreues Neutone to Richard Walenc', of half an acre of his arable land in the fee of the Earl at Syrreues Neutone, in the field called Wythegynnethorne and extending on one head in length to the land of Philip Tourpyn and on the other to the land of Nicholas the son of Nicholas Selimon, and in breadth between the lands of the said Richard on one side and the land of Philip Rouched on the other, to hold of the chief lord of the fee by hereditary right, paying grantor 2d. per annum equally at Michaelmas and Hockday. Given at Newtown (noua villa). Witnesses: Leysan ap Morgan, Wronoc ap Phillip, John Bauch', John Gerueyse and John Giffard.

581. 28 March 1317 GRANT by John, Bishop of Llandaff, to Henry, the son of Richard of Lanteylou cressenny[?z], chaplain, of four burgages, which were newly made of his meadow called Wyrlot Escop in the same town of Lanteylou cresseny[? z] and a place (placea) of the same meadow which lies between the said burgages and the dwelling of the same Henry, rendering 4s. per annum for the four burgages, and 18d. per annum for the said place at Michaelmas, suit of court there, heriot, and tolcester when he brews, for all service. Witnesses: Master Alexander de Monemuth'. Treasurer of the Church of Llandaff, Master John Gourda, Master Richard de Haltone, canons there, Sir John de Middleton', Sir Vincent de Burg', chaplains, Robert le Grech', steward. Given at Lanteylou Cressenney[?z].

1517. 9 February 1335 GRANT by Thomas de Webbelye, rector of the church of Lidegherd, to Matilda de Thronham, and Richard his son and Cecilia his daughter of 8 acres of arable land, lying in the territory of Pion Canon, (Pionia Canonicorum) at Aston foliot, of which 3 acres lie between the land of Nicholas de Lanton' on one side and the royal way on the other, and one head extending to Wreytes moreslone and the other to the pasture of John de Wythinton'; 1 acre between the land of William Syrild on one side and the land of Richard de Addessore on the other; 3 acres in Badenegescroft between the customary land of the Dean and Chapter of the church of Hereford on one side and the royal way on the other; 1 acre which contains 8 selions, at Assehull' between the land which was of Adam Ayrild on one side and the land of Gilbert le Nerne on the other; for their lives. Rent: 10d. per annum at Michaelmas. Witnesses: Hugh de Webbeley, Nicholas de Lanton', Richard de Kyneford, Richard le Ken and Richard de Logwardyn. Given at Pyon Canon.

1183. 14 June 1335 GRANT by Elianor de Euerynton, formerly wife of William Atte Welle in pure widowhood to John Manynge of Yatyngden of 1 acre of arable land in the vill of Euerynton', lying between the land of Richard Louekyn on the south and the land formerly of John Louekyn on the north, and abutting on the east on the meadow formerly of John Waleys and on the west on the land formerly of the same John Waleys. Witnesses: Sir Philip Atte Beche, Kt., Sir Nicholas Atte Beche, Kt., Gilbert de Sottisbroke, Nicholas Atte Hagh', Richard de Walden', John Atte Wele, Roger Weygh. Given at Euerynton'.

1184. 16 November 1336 GRANT by Elianor de Eueryntone in pure widowhood to John Manynge of [?Y] atyngdone of 1 acre of arable land, with appurtenances, lying in the south field of Eueryntone between the land of John Waleys and the land of John Louekyns and abutting on one head to the royal way going from [?Y] atyngdone to Neubure and the other abutting on a furlong called Hellle. Witnesses: Sir Nicholas atte Beche, Kt., Thomas de Coleshulle, Richard de Waledone, Gilbert de Shotesbrok, Nicholas atte Hawe. Given at [?Y]atyngdone. [Yattendon, Berks.]

789. 7 April 1338 GRANT by Grono ap Wylim vedic to Da[vid …] vedic and Yoruerth ap Meuric ap Wylim of 2 acres of land with appurtenances in the fee of Labenyth in the parish of Christchurch (Christi ecclesie) lying together between the royal way from Lothlan to Christchurch on one head and the stream called Lothesbroke on the land of Meuric ap Grono on the other and in breadth between the land of Wylim ap Yoruerth on one side and the lands of the said Grono ap Wylim vedic on the other, for 23s. 4d. Witnesses: Robert of Knaresborough, Steward of Kaerlyon, Edelegan and Lebenyth, Philip ap Ieuan, then Constable of Edelegan and Lebenyth, Philip Vaghan, William Meuric, Robert ap Iuor, Meuric ap Wylim vedic, Philip ap Adam. Given at Lothlan.

1185. 21 December 1339 GRANT by Elyeanor de Eueryntonm in pure widowhood, to Hugh le Walays of 1 acre of arable land lying in the south part of la Breche, between the grantor's lands on the north on the land of John Louekyn on the south and extending on the east head on le Leyweye and on the west to a pit of the same cultura. Witnesses: Nicholas de la Haghe, John le Waleys, Robert ate Grove, William atte le Taylour, Richard de Grenham, Robert Smith (fabro), Adam le Clerk. Given at Euerinton. cf No. 1189.

8. 6 May 1342. GRANT by Thomas ap Iuor to Howel, his son, and Margaret, his wife, and their heirs, of all his lands and tenements, mills, meadows, woods, etc., in Penclath, Coyde Pencan in Lanweyrem in the parishes of Lanyshen and Lanmihangel, with appurtenances in the lordship of Usk, to hold of the chief lord of the fee by the due and accustomed services, in default of their heirs to remain to right heirs of Thomas ap Iuor. Witnesses: John de lee, steward of Usk; Philip ap Ieuan ap Philip, Meuric Auenel, Sycil ap Gruffit, Richard Pygas. Dated at Usk.

1100. GRANT by Meuric ap Grono ap Ieuan and Leuke, the daughter of Meuric ap Jankyn, his wife, Howel ap Grono ap Walter, Madoc ap Grono ap Walter, Ralph ap Grono ap Walter, Grono Vachan ap Grono Walter, Gruffith ap Lewelin ap Gruffith, Madoc ap Lewelin ap Gruffith, Philip ap Lewelin ap Gruffith and Meuric ap Lewelin ap Gruffith to Thomas ap Iuor of all the lordship they have in 12 acres of land which the abbot of tyntern holds of them in the parish of St. Dyonysius together with 6d. annual rent with appurtenances, which they were accustomed to receive of the said Abbot on the Sunday after Michaelmas for the said land, to hold of the chief lord of the fee. Witnesses: John de La Lee, Steward of Uske, John ap Ieuan ap Philip, Seys' ap Gruffith, Gruffith ap Adam ap Ririd, Meuric ap Madoc ap Walter. Given at Usk.

1186. 11 September 1348 GRANT by John le Blount, lord of Hamton Louet, co. Worcester, and Elizabeth, his wife, to Hugh de Bereuyke and Issabelle, his wife, of all lands and tenements, rents, customs and services which they have in Fletemersh [?Fleet Marston] and Blakegroe, co. Bucks. Witnesses: Nicholas Passelelewe, Richard le Arches, lord of Ethrope, Robert le Warde, Philip Durent, Richard de Aston, Robert le Arches of Crendon, John le vermey, Symon de Watford. Given at Fletemershton, co. Bucks.

1187. 11 September 1348 COUNTERPART of the above grant.

158. 4 November 1351 GRANT by John de Seymor, lord of Penho to John Hankyn of Redewyk, of 4 acres of land together lying in the Esteresteywlond, which Adam Bakar, formerly held, paying yearly 4s. 8d., half at Hockeday and half at Michaelmas, for all secular service and demand with suit of court. Witnesses: Sir Roger de Seymor, kt.; William de Seymor, John Durant, John Melior, Nicholas Hychekoc. Dated at Penho.

1564. 29 March 1354 GRANT by Grymbald Pauncefot son of Sir Emery Pauncefot, lord of Crughowell, to David ap Ieuan ap Seycil ap Donewal for 1 mark of all lands and tenements, with all appurtenances which a David ap Ithel mivy formerly held in the parish of Lan Elthy in the fee of Crugh[owell] and all lands with apurtenances which Ieuan Vacchan ap Ieuan ap Seycil formerly held in the said fee of Crughowell. Rent: 12d. per annum at the Annunciation and Michaelmas, suit of court at Crughowel, 4d. of Commorth each 3rd year at the feast of Saints Philip and James and saving the service to the chief Lord as belongs to such lands. Witnesses: Richard Gonter, then Constable of Crughowell, Roger Loyd ap Jack ap Roscer, David ap Gruffith ap Seycil, David ap Grono ap Seycil and David Doppyn. Given at Crughowell. Seal.

1839. 1357, Wednesday next after the feast of the Annunciation. RELEASE from Joan daughter of Wylym of Lochharn to Madoc ap Meuric of the same of a fishery in the river of Uske in the fee of Lebenyth in the parish of Christchurch and the fourth part of an acre of meadow in Brodemed. Witnesses: Alexander Charman, steward of Labenyth, Grono vaure, David ap Hoel, Meur' e….., John ap Rappard, …… vaghan.

1797. 1 October 1358 GRANT by John ap Howel of Monemoth of Cristiane Bake, in exchange of a curtilage in Munemuth in a street called Munkeyatestret in breadth between the te nement of John Tiler and Stephen le Bacar on both sides and extending in length from the said street to the tenement late of Philip le Cook', for a curtilage next le Lamput. Witnesses: Richard de Icholl, Steward of Monemuth and Three Castles, John Warde, Thomas Tauorner, Philip le deiare, William Andreu, Walter messag'. Given at Monemuth.

513. 4 July 1367 GRANT by Wenlyan daughter of David ap Philip to John Harry of all his claims to lands and tenements in Wern Madoc. Witnesses: John de Weston', Steward of Usk, David ap Thomas, William ap Morice Wolf, Iorwerth ap David ap Howel, David ap Seicill ap Vran, Jankyn ap Gruffith ap Morice. Given at Woluesneuton.

1188. 28 November 1358 GRANT by Robert Maundevill to William atte Byrche of all arable lands which he has of the feoffment of Hugh Wlaeys in the vill of Euerynton. Witnesses: Edmund Danuers, William Ryborgh, Roger Louekyn, William Gyffard, John Waleys, John Buden, Walter Rous. Given at Euerynton.

1189. 25 March 1370 GRANT by William Elieanore of Eueryngton in the parish of [?Y]atingden' [ Yattendon, Berks] to William ate Birche of the parish of Hampstede Eisterwast of all his part of a piece of land called le Breche lying in the field of Euryngton between the land of Nicholas Kateyn on the south and between the land of the said Willian ate Birche on the north and abutting to the way called ye Lye wye on the east and on the land of Alice ye nunne on the west. Witnesses: William Rybourgh, William Giffard, John Waleys, John Hammund, Richard Smart. Given at Elynge in the parish of Hampstede.

1190. 28 August 1379 GRANT by Richard Garth and Lucy his wife to Nicholas [?Y]ago of a croft called Calvernecrofte, lying at Nethurgarth. Rent: 1d. per annum. Witnesses: John Warde, John Koc, John Barbour, Robert Bryd, Thomas le Cok'. Given at Monemuta.

582. 8 July 1381 COURT ROLL, Lanteliou Cressenny; Court of the Bishop of Llandaff before Llewelin ap Morgan, Steward. SURRENDER by Janekyn Hudol of one piece of ground (placea) with a croft to the use of Wenllian Gethyn the daughter of David, and he gives the lord as a heriot 4d. Janekyn gives the lord 6d. as a fine for a license to alienate, Wenllian gives 3d for entry. At the same court Ieuan ap Meuric Teryn surrendered a messuage and two crofts to the use of Wenllian Gethyn, the daughter of David. There comes to the lord as heriot 12d. Ieuab gives 6d. as a fine for licence to alienate, Wenllian gives 3d for entry. 201. 3 June 1383 [?1583] AN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT by John Puckes, of London, tailor, of the payment of all sums of money due to him from William Powell of Lanpillth, esq. Signed. Jon. Poukes.

1499. 8 February 1385 GRANT by John Jon Draper of Monemut' to John Tresor of Monemute of 3 pieces of land, with appurtenances, lying in le Brodefelde of Wycham in le Netherende, of which 1 piece lies between the lands of William de Rye in breadth and in length and the way (semitam) through the middle of le Brodefelde, the 2nd piece lies in breadth between the lands of William de Rye and the demesne lands of the lore of Wysham, and in length extending from the lands of the said William de Rye to the lands of the said John Tresor, the 3rd piece lies in breadth between the lands of William de rye and le Ruyfeld' and extends in length from the way leading to St. Briavell to the lands of the said William de Rye. Witnesses: John Sergeant, deputy Steward of Monemute and Three Castles, Robert ap Llewelin Hunteleye, master sergeant of the Caslt of Monemute, John Warde, senior, Robert Brid, John Filly. Given at Monemute.

1191. 7 February 1391 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Richard de Garth of Monemouth to Philip Brid of all his right in all lands of the manor of Garth, with orchards, woods, etc. Witnesses: John Sergeant, deputy of Steward of Monemete and Three Castles, Robert Honteley, Robert ap Llewelin Honteley, John Warde, Richard Pye, Robert Brid. Given at Monemete.

492. 4 March 1391 GRANT by Wenthelian, verch David ap John ap Ieuan and David, chaplain, to David ap Jankyn and Ieuan ap David ap Jankyn of 3 pieces of land in the fee of White Castle (in feodo Albi Castri) of which one is called Errow Gweyth, situated between the lands of John ap Philip, David ap Ieuan ap Adam, Nest verch Hopkyn and the highway leading from Lant[eliowe] Cressenny to White Castle; the 2nd piece situated between the lands of Gruffyth Dymme Ieuan ap David Henry, John ap Philip, the land late of David Hene, the croft called Tyre Hopkyn and the royal way leading from Lant[eliowe] to Coyd Waylod; 3rd piece lying at Trewaylod between the lands of Ieuan ap David ap Jack, John ap Gruffyth, John ap Philip, and Meuric Baba, to hold of the chief lords of that fee by due and accustomed service. Witnesses: Thomas ap Jankyn, John ap Philip, John Hudol, Robert ap Philip Vaghan, Meuric Payne. Given at Lanteliowe Cressenny.

790. 3 October 1391 GRANT by John Trefor, Richard Bowyer, and William Gouth, proctors of the church of St. Mary of Monmouth to John Houpere, addressee Katerine, his wife, of the place of land called Meddemonosplace, which lies in the street called Sintemariestrete, in breadth between the burgage of the said John Houpere on one side and the burgage fromerly of Isabelle dirlond on the other and extending in length from the said street to the burgage of John Houpere. Sealed with the common seal of the town of Monmouth. Witnesses: John Seriaunt, deputy steward of Monemouth, Richard Pye, senior, John Robert, Robert ap Tomelyn, Thomas Drony. Seal of the town of Monmouth.

558. 26 February 1396 GRANT by William ap Moris Wolf to Ieuan lase of a parcel of land in the parish and fee of Wolvesnewtown which Iorwerth ap Morice late held, lying in length on one head extending from the land of William ap Jankyn ap Wilkoc called Enys vaure and on the other head extending from a place called Porth vaynore towards Tillek, in breadth lying on one side from the land of Peter boteler and on the other side to the land of the said Peter boteler and the land of William Gamage, rendering 4d. per annum each Sunday after Michaelmas. Witnesses: Peter Boteler, William ap Jankyn ap Wylkoc, Philipp ap Thomas ap Philip, Jorurard ap David ap Wylkin, Ieuan ap Hopkin. Given at Wolvesnewton.

409. 23 April 1396 GRANT by Peter Boteler to Iuan lase of a parcel of his land in the fee and in the parish of Wolvesnewton (nova villa lupi) which parcel lies in the land which the said Ieuan Lase acquired of William ap Morys in length on one head and the land of William ap Jankyn on the other, and in breadth between a stream called Pylle on one side and the land which the said Ieuan had of the feoffment of the said William ap Morys, paying 1d. per annum the Sunday after Michaelmas. Witnesses: Philip Holgate, Steward of Usk, William Jankyn, master sergeant, William ap Jankyn, Jankyn ap David, Ioruarth ap David. Given at Wolvesnewton (noua villa, lopi).

514. 19 October 1399 GRANT by David ap Gruffit ap Grono to David ap Jack' Hany of four pieces of land with appurtenances, in the parish of Kilcorroc and the parish of Wolvesnewton (noua villa lupi), of which 1 acre extends in length between the stream called Gouerectyre on the one head and the way leading from Wolvesnewton to Wentwode on the other, inn breadth between the land of Eume lupe and the land formerly of Phillip ap Grono; another piece called Tyre Cocket, extends in length between the way leading from Wolvesnewton to Wentowod and the land of Richard Vaghchan and David Pany, in breadth between the way leading from the said town to the wood called Wentwood and the land of the said Richard Vaghchan; the third piece extends in length on the royal way leading from Uske to Strugull on one head and the land formerly of David ap Lewelin Grough on the other, in breadth between he land of Muruc py on both sides; the fourth piece extends in length between the royal way leading from Wolvesnewton to Wentewode and the land formerly of Seicill ap Bran and David ap Bran, in breadth between the said way on one side and the land of Ieuan ap David Gough on the other. Witnesses: John ap Wilcock', lieutenant of Uske, Jacke Cum, Peter le Botteler, William ap Mc Wilcock' ap Robert, Given at Kilcorroc.

1354. 20 October 1399 GRANT by Hopkyn ap Adam ap William ap Ieuan ap Grono Vachan of half the land purchased of John ap Adam ap William in the parish of Lannyssen in the fee of Usk, which he purchased of Sir Thomas ap Adam and Sir William ap Adam, chaplains. Witnesses: Thomas le Rud, Steward of Uske, Jankyn ap Wilcoc, master sergeant, Ieuan ap Madoc ap Ernolf, Hopkin ap Seicill, Meuric ap grono vachan. given at Lanevir meibon Owyn.

1355. 21 October 1399 RELEASE AND QUICLAIM by Hopkyn ap Adam ap William to Ieuan ap grono Vachan of all right in the reversion of a third part of all lands and tenements with appurtenances, which he purchased in Llanevir meybon Owein, in the parish o Llanyssen in the fee of Usk of Sir Thomas ap Adam and Sir William ap Adam, chaplains, when the reversion falls which Wenllian verch Thomas, formerly wife of John ap Adam ap William holds for lie as dower, as appears by the charter of the said Ieuan made thereon. Witnesses: Thomas reed, Steward of Usk, Jankyn ap Wilcoc, master sergeant, Ieuan ap Madoc ap Ernolf, Robert ap Seicell, Mc ap Grono Vachan. Given at Llanveyre mybon Owyn.

578. n.d. [14th cent.] GRANT by Richard, son of Gilbert de Chandos of St. Peter (de sancto Petro), to William, the son of Simon of Linhales, for 1 mark, of 1 acre of land with appurtenances of the fee of Thomas de Champflur, which lies between the grantor's land and the lands of Gilbert Crok and extending from the water of Linhales to the land of the said Gilbert. Rent: 2d. per annum equally at Michaelmas and the Annunciation, for all services, suits of court, wards, reliefs, talages, escheats, customs and demands, saving 2d. for heriot. Witnesses: William de Manbache, robert le Paumer, John de Porta, robert son of William, Walter Balnet, Ralph Bindelippe, John the son of Phillip. 579. n.d. [14th cent.] GRANT by William ioce of Newland (nova terra) to Thomas Rut of Monemouth and Cecilia, his wife, of a burgage in Monemouth with appurtenances, near Waye, which formerly was of Robert le Skynnare, chaplain, rendering yearly to the lord of the borrough, 12d. in the name of rent for all other services, customs and secular demands, saving the right of the borough. Witnesses: John le Stoble, then reeve of the borough, William Johan, John de Leigraue, William Geffrey, John le Crangier, Roger tinctor', Walter Pichhum.

1498. [14th cent.] GRANT from Agnes, relict of Henry Moychet, widow, to John son of Alexander of Monemuth' of three acres of land lying between the green way which leads from Haliwele to Wonewarestouwe and the lands of ____ and extending from the highway which leads from Mone[mouth] to Wonewarstouwe to the lands which Walter ____ and John son of ____. Rent: a rose at the feast of the Nativity of John the Baptist to grantor, and ___ to Wronoc ap ?Howel, lord of the fee. Witnesses: Thomas de Hunteley, Phillip ap Wrono, William de gressome, ____ Houwel, pistore, William _____ son of Nicholas. Mutilated.

1515. n.d. [14th cent.] GRANT by Robert Payn of Wysham to John Lyngayn for 48s. of an acre of grove, which lies in breadth between the lord's wood of Wysham on one part and the land which William Jourdan holds on the other, and extending in length from the lord's wood of Wysham to the way caled Mulvey. Rent: 6d. per annum, viz., at Annunciation and at Michaelmas for all services, customs and secular demand. Witnesses: Madoc the son of Williamm John Norton, Walter Cuf, Walter le Calewe, Robert Jourdan. Seal.

1516. [14th cent.] GRANT AND QUITCLAIM by William the son and heir of Adam cler' of Landririd to Adam le Waleys of Landoghe of 12 acres of arable land with appurtenances, which he holds of John, the son of John de sancta Maria in the fee of Sancta Maria for 5 marks, to hold of John de Sancta Maria rendering him 3d. at the ward (ad wardam) of Kerdif ad caput remnii and to William, a red rose at the Feast of St. John the Baptist if asked for in the vill of Sancta Maria, for all services, plaints, aids, suits of court, and all manner of secular demands. Witnesses: David basset, William de Berkerolis, Reymunde le Fleming. Henry Clement, Richard Herbard.

1779. n.d. [14th cent.] GRANT by Meuric ap Seicill to Blethin ap Madoc of a piece of woodland called llette Ioruerth, lying in the parish and fee of Dyngastowe, namely between the streams called Fosegove and the lord's Forest of Dyngastowe. Rent: 1d. per annum at Michaelmas for all services, suits of court, heriots, customs and all other secular demands which rise from the said lands. For which grant 12d. was paid by Blethin. Witnesses: Meuric ap Morice, Seicill ap David ap Ieuan, Meuric ap David ap Ieuan, David ap Jankyn ap Mael, Ieuan ap Meuric ap David.

1798. 5 November 1400 GRANT by Hugh de Waterton, kt., to John ap Willym of all lands and tenements, with meadows and pastures, with appurtenances, which he had of the feoffment of robert Jonceon and Agnes his wife, in the town and in the field of Monemute. Witnesses: Henry Moton, John Warde, John Coek, Richard Irlande, Thomas Dier. Given at Monemoth'. Seal.

1799. 3 February 1401 GRANT by John ap Willym of Monemoth to John Colston, senior, of all lands and tenements which he late had of the feoffment of Hugh Waterton, kt., within the town of Monemoth and which formerly were of Robert Jonson and Agnes his wife in the same town. Witnesses: Thomas Diere of Monewestrete, William Morreys, Philip Bryd, Richard Dirlond, Robert ?ornel, Given at Monemute. Seal.

1022. 4 June 1401 GRANT by Peter boteler, lord of a part of the lordship of Wolfysnewton, to Phillip ap Maurice ap Gruffyth Pye of a built tenement, 10 acres of arable land, of which the tenement and 2 acres lie together in length on one head extending to the way called heolpredenan, the other to certain land called Egoyske, in breadth on one side to a place called Redecar, the other to the wood of the said Peter; 5 acres of the said land lying together in the field called Llanllynwen, in length between the lands of Ioruard ap Eynon and David Stokes, in breadth on one side to the land of Ieuan ap Jak' Dorley, the other to the land of the said Ioruard ap Eynon; 3 pieces of the said land lying in a place called Crofte kedyeyd and another 3 pieces lying in a place called Hendre boyth and another 3 pieces lying in a place called Danyraltalt and Kevynethlegh. Rent: 22d. per annum at Michaelmas and Easter. Witnesses: Thomas rede, Steward of Usk, John ap Wilkoc, chief sergeant, Thomas ap Iouarde ap Ryrid, beded, David ap Thomas ap Your, David ap Iourard ap Philip, Jon ap Piers, Ieuan ap Madok ap ernolf. Given at Wolfysnewton.

1023. 14 April 1409 GRANT by Walter ap David ap Gruffit to Wenllian vergh Jankyn ap gruffit and William ap Mc her son, of 5 pieces of arable land in the parish of Wolvesnewton (nova villa lupi) of which one piece of land lies in length between the knight's way (via militis) on one head and the cemetery of the chuch of Lanwell[?y] on the other, in breadth between the land of David Seis on one side and the land called Tyre Nest on the other; 2nd piece, lying in length between the knight's way on one head and the land of Ieuan sonne on the other, in breadth lying between the land of Edward on one side and the land of Peter Botteler on the other; the 3rd piece lying in length between the said way on one head and the stream called Goweratt on the other, in breadth between curtam terram on one side and the land of Walter Payne on the other; 4th piece lying in length between he knight's way on one head and the stream called Goweratt on the other, in breadth between curtam terram on one side and the land of the said Wenllian vergh Jankyn on the other; 5th piece lying in length between the way which leads from Kayre to the church of Llanwennel on one head and the cemetery of the said church on the other, in breadth between the land of Ieuan ap Howeyne on one side and the lands of Wenllian ap Jankyn on the other. Rent: 4d. per annum at Michaelmas. Witnesses: Sir John Greidore, Steward of Usk, Roger ap Howel ab Walter, master sergeant, William ap Jankyn Howel ap Ieuan ap Joruerth, Wicok ap Robert, Ieuan ap Ioruerth ?Graug. Given at Wolvesnewton.

515. 10 June 1409 GRANT by Dauit ap Gruffith ap grono to John ap Ieuan ap Madoc of one piece of arable land in the fee of Usk in the parish of Kylgurrok, situated on both sides of the stream called [blank] and lying in length between the lands of Gruffith ap Dauit brane on one head and the land formerly of Grono benet on the other, in breadth between the land of the said Gruffith and the land of Stephen ap David ab Stephen on one side and the land of the same Gruffith and the said Grono benet on the other. Witnesses: Sir John Greyndor, Kt. Steward of Usk, Ieuan ap Mc Howell, master-sergeant, Willym ap Jankyn, Dauit ap Thomas ap Ivor, Dauit ap Ieuan ap Dauit and Howell ap Phillip Thomas. Given at Kylgurrok.

338. 24 September 1409 GRANT by Robert ap Thomelyn to John Lecton and Matilda, his wife, of a burgage with appurtenances in Little Monemuth between the burgage late of Philip Bridde on onepart, and the stream running there on the other in breadth, and extending in length from the way which leads from Little Monemouth to Rockfield, on one head, the said stream on the other; to revert to grantor if grantees die without lawful heirs begotten. Witnesses: John Cook, John Hopere, John ____an, John Irlond, William tailor. Given at Monemouth. Slightly mutilated.

516. 29 December 1409 POWER OF ATTORNEY by Margaret the daughter of Ieuan vab Philip Ruylthen to Stephen vab David vab Stephen to deliver seisin to John vab Ieuan vab Madoc of a piece of land called le Cum, with appurtenances, lately acquired of John Phelip, lying in the parish of Kilkorroc in the fee of Uske. Given at Usk.

65. 8 February 1411 GRANT by Philip ap Meuric ap Greffyt ap Jankyn to Meuric ap Greffyth ap Ieuan ap Madoc of a parcel of land, arable, meadow and wood, with appurtenances in the fee of Usse, in the parish of Lanyssen between the lands of Thomas ap Iorwerth ap Riryd and Greffyth ap Iorwerth ap David on one part and the lands of Thomas ap Grono ap Howel and Meuric ap Grono Vaghan on the other, and extending in length from the place called Milorree on one head to the lands From: John ap Ieuan ap Grono Vaghan and Greffyth ap Madoc on the other, to be held of the chief lord of that fee by due accustomed service. Witnesses: Sir John Greinder, kt., then Steward of Usk (Dusk); Thomas Huntley, deputy there; Thomas ap Iorwerth ap Ririd; Howel ap Ieuan ap Iorwerth; Howel ap Thomas ap Iorwerth Thee. Dated at Landesoye.

517. 22 June 1411 GRANT by Cristina, daughter of Gruffith vab Howell vab Ioruerth to John vab Ieuan vab Madoc, of half of all lands, tenements, etc., with appurtenances, formerly of John Com, his grandfather, lying in the fee of Uske in the parishes of Gilkorroc, Gwerthcom and Llanwonnleth. Witnesses: Sir John Greyndore, kt., Steward, Roger ap Howell, master sergeant, Hopkyn ap Robert, Stephen ap David ap Stephen, Gruffith ap David ap Bran. Given at Gilkorroc.

1800. 21 December 1412 GRANT by Agnes Brid, relict of Philip Brid, in pure widowhood, to William Hawys of a parcel of land, built, within the town of Monemouth in a street called Monkestrete between the tenement of John Luffe on one side and the tenement of David Siffegere on the other in breadth and extending in length from the land of the said David on one head to the lawful (legalis) way which leads to Hereford on the other, to hold of the chief lord of the fee by rent of 1d. per annum at Michaelmas and the Annunciation. Witnesses: John ap Gwillim, John Goek', John Hopere, David Webbe, William Trike. Given at Monemouth. Seal.

981. June 1413 GRANT by William Payn and Johanne Dyvant, his wife, to Sir Howel ap Ioruerth, vicar of Trillek, and Ieuan tailor of all their lands and tenements, meadows, feedings and pastures, except a burgage situated in the vill of Trillek. Witnesses: John Greyndour, kt., steward of Usk, Ieuan ap Meurik ap Howel, his deputy, Richard blast, Henry Gadarne, Benedict Werne. Given at Trillek.

1101. 27 January 1414 GRANT by William Gamage, lord of Rogyate in Lower Gwent (inferior Wencia) to John ap Gruffith of the lordship of Uske, Roger ap Howell ap Walter and John ap Hochekyn junior, son of that same Roger, of his manor of Trecapraghet, with appurtenances in the lordship of Usk, with all reversions, rents and services of all lands and tenements, both free and bond in the said manor touching him, with all their rights and appurtenances to hold of the chief lord of the fee by the due and accustomed services. Witnesses: John Piers, Robert ap Ceilcith, robert ap Adam, Howell ap Thomas, Robert ap Howell ap Walter. Given at Usk.

1356. 27 January 1414 POWER OF ATTORNEY by William Gamage, Lord of Roygate, to Robert ap Howell ap Walter to deliver seisin to John ap Gruffith, vicar of Usk, and Roger ap Howell ap Wlater in manor of Trecapraghet, with appurtenances together with reversions, rents and services of all lands both free and bond within the said manor and all rights and appurtenances. Given at Usk.

1518. 5 March 1415 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by John ap David ap Llewelin to John ap Guillym of al right in a piece of land, with appurtenances, which John ap Guillym has of the gift and grant of Alice his mother, which land lies beyond Grenewey in the lordship of Monmoth in breadth between the lands of the said John ap Guillym and Thomas Coek on both sides, and extending in length from the land of the said John ap Guillym to the land of John de Wisham. Witnesses: Richard Irland, John Hopere, John Wisham, John Tailor, Llewelin Drouere. Given at Monemouth Thursday after the Feast of St. David, Bishop, 2 Henry V.

925. 31 July 1415 GRANT by John ap Ioruerth to Gruffith ap David, vicar of Wonewastowe, and Robert ap Madok Kynce, chaplain, of all his lands and tenements, with appurtenances, in the parish of Lanthomas in the fee of Usk and in Cwmcarvan in the fee of Trellek. Witnesses: John ap Wilcock, deputy Steward of Usk, John ap Gwylim, Receiver, Meuric ap Meurik, Roger ap Guillym, John ap Ieuan ap Madok. Given at Usk.

1596. 26 October 1415 GRANT by Howel ap Ioruerth, vicar of Trillek, and Ieuan tailor to William Payn and Joan Durant, his wife, of all lands and tenements, etc., in the fee and lordship of trillek which they late had of the grant of the said William and Joan his wife. Witnesses: Thomas Holgot, steward of Usk, Roger ap Howell, his deputy, Richard blast, Henry Gadarne, Benedict Werne. Given at Trillek.

1638. 25 November 1417 GRANT by Thomas Donel, chaplain, to Hugh Coly and John ap Guillym ap Meuric, chaplains, of a free tenement and a burgage which lie together, with appurtenances, in the town of Monemouth, in the street called Monewestrete in breadth between the tenements of William Rye on one side and the tenement of John Jon Drapere on the other and extending in length from the said street to Chippinghamdiche, which tenement and burgage he had of the grant of Walter, Prior of Monemouth, as appears in a charter of feoffment. Witnesses: John Ireland, Thomas Bowier, John Wade, John Godchild, Robert Hunteley. Given at Monemouth.

218. 14 November 1418 GRANT by Ieuan Vechan ap Ieuan ap Philip ap Eynon to William ap Meuric ap Kenoric, of a messuage and 2 pieces of land, with appurtenances, in the parish and fee of Wolvisnewton, namely the messuage, and piece of land adjoining, called Croft David ap Ieuan ap Howel, lying in length between the land called Tyre a cocheyd on one head and the land formerly of David Seys on the other, in breadth between the way called Heol a marchogeon on one side and the land called Tyre abreynd wel on the other head; the other piece lying in length to the stream called Pyll on one head and the place of the said David ap Ieuan ap Howel on the other, and in breadth between the land formerly of Meuric ap Kenoric on both parts, paying one penny per annum and doing suit of court, and relief. Witnesses: Thomas Holcote, Steward of Uske, John Perse, master sergeant, Wilcok ap Robbert, Ieuan ap Howel ap Madoc, Meuric ap Ioruard ap Eynon, Howel ap Mc ap David ap Adam, Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Eynon. Given at Wolvisnewton.

1684. 23 September 1419 INSPEXIMUS by Johanna Beauchamp, Lady of Bergavenny, of a Charter which Henry Greene, William Bagot, Kt., John Stynecle, William Wenlok, John Pykard and John Olney, lords of Bergavenny, made to Hoell ap Gryffith of Penros in the following words: Grant by Henry Grene, William Bagot Kt., John Stynecle, William Wenlok, John Pykard and John Olney, lords of Bergavenny, to Hoell ap Gruffith of Penros of 13 acres of land, lying in divers parcels in the bailwick of Penros, which Hoell previously held of them in villeigne, grant also that Hoell and all his progeny born and to be borne sahll be free and discharged of all claim of villeinage. Rent: 7s. 8 ½ d. per annum at the Annunciation and Michaelmas, heriot, suit of Court at Penrhos and all other services and customs as other free tenants of Penros. The charter enrolled in the Chancery of Bergavenny, sealed with the seal of the Chancery. Given at Bergavenny, sealed with the seal of the Chancery. given at Bergavenny, 7 August 17 Richard II (1393), which Grant Johanna, Lady of Bergavenny confirms and ratifies. Given at the castle of Bergavenny.

1724. 14 January 1420 GRANT by William vab David vab Mc, chaplain, to David vab Nichol of 1 acre of arable land and ½ acre of meadow called Tere gwyn next to the stream called Develeys and 1 acre in two parcels in the land called Tere Willym ap adaff' in the parish and fee os Usk at Wehelok. Witnesses: John ap Harry, steward of Usk, John Piers, master sergeant, John ap Ieuan ap Madoc, bedel, hopkyn ao adam, Thomas ap Ioruerth, Edward ap adam, and Howell ap Ieuan of Willym. Given at Usk.

518. 28 April 1420 GRANT by Stephen vab David vab Stephen to John vab Ieuan vab Gruffith, vicar of the church of Uske, Mathew, rector of the church of Panntege and Howell Vab Ioruerth, vicar of the church of Trillek of all lands, meadows, underwoods and pasture, with appurtenances, lying in the lordship of Uske, in the parish of Kilgorrok in breadth between the river called Naunte Llees and the lands and meadows of Ieuan ap Philip ap Eynon on one side and the way leading from Neuport to Monmouth on the other, and extending in length from a certain stream running from Comme vagerne to the way which leads from Usk to Strugull; and 3 acres of land arable and underwood, with appurtenances lying in the field called Maisayson' on the said stream called Naunte llees. Witnesses: John ap Harry, Steward of Uske and Kairlion, John Piers, master sergeant of Uske, William ap Roppert, Thomas ap Wilkoc, Ieuan ap Philip ap Eynon. Given at Gilkorrok.

339. 1 April 1421 GRANT by Robert ap Thomelyn, esq., to Thomas Ornell and Matilda, his wife, daughter of Robert, of a burgage in Little Monemouth in breadth between the burgage of Ieuan Glyn on one part, and the stream leading towards Monwew on the other, and extending in length from the royal way near the bridge called Drybrugge to the said stream. Witnesses: John ap Guyllym, Thomas ap Guyllym, William Marreys, Richard ap Ieuan vaghan, Ieuan ap Guillym. Given at Monemouth.

559. 3 June 1421 GRANT by Perser' verch Gruffith to John ap Ieuan ap Grono Vachan and Llewelyn ap Ieuan ap grono vachan, her sons, of all their lands and tenaments, with appurtenances, in the fee of Usk, which she formerly had of the feoffment of Gruffith, her father, to hold of the chief lords of that fee by due and accustomed service. Witnesses: John ap Harri, steward of Usk, John Peirs, master sergeant, Robert ap Seicill, John ap Iorwerth ap Meuric, John ap Philip ap Thomas. Given at Llanveir Meibon Owein.

972. 3 October 1421 GRANT by John ap Wilcok Kemmeys to Llewelin ap Ieuan ap Jankyn Kemmeys of all lands and tenement, meadows, woods, and wastes, rents and services with appurtenances which he has in the lordship of Uske, which fell to him by the death of Radolfe Kemmeys in the said lordship. Witnesses: Ieuan ap Mc ap Hoell gam, Hoell ap Thomas ap Ioruerth duy, Hoell ap Mc. ap David ap Adam, Ieuan ap Hoell ap Mc and Jankyn ap Ioruerth ap Mc. Given at Wolfeysnewton.

924. 14 January 1423 GRANT by Ioruerth ap Guillim of Lentomas to John ap Ioruerth his son of all his lands and tenements in the parishes of Lantomas and Cumkarvan, in the fee of Trellek, besides 1 acre of land with appurtenances in Cumkarvan and called Herowa[?y]t. Witnesses: Sir John de Seint Jon, Kt., Steward of Uske, and Kayrlion, John ap Guillim, deputy there, Maurice ap Meuric, master sergeant of Uske, roger ap Guillim, Henry ap Ieuan ap Meuric. Given at Lantomas.

838. 1 September 1423 GRANT by Henry Joye and Agnes vergh Gruffuth Joye and Nest vergh Gruffuth Joye to Lewis ap Hoewll Koys of seven and a half acres of land, with appurtenances in Henru in the parish of Kemmes of which 1 acre lies in Seymoursland near the meadow (pratum) Sayis, 2 acres lie with one head abutting on the royal way leading from Penho to Kaerlyon and the other head on the land of Nesta Mc Komro, 2 acres lie with one head abutting on the way leading from Henru to Kemmeys, the other on the stream called Duvelesh', ¼ acre lying near the said 2 acres, another 1 ½ acres lying together with one head abutting on the said royal way and the other on the garden on Nesta Mc Komro, and another acre lying there and called Croftevelyn, rendering to the chief lord of that fee in the lordship of Penho for 3 acres of the 7 acres, 3d. at Michalemas, and for 4 ½ acres 9d. at Michaelmas, suit of court, relief. Witnesses: Philip ap David ap Rosses, Robert Bolton, Leyson ap Grono. 1587. 2 January 1424 GRANT by Philip ap Meuric Pie to Robert ap Ioruerth ap David of ½ acre of land with appurtenances in the parish and fee of Wolvesnewton, which lies in 2 pieces, of which one lies in length between the land of John ap Howel ap Ieuan ap Mc on both sides and in breadth between the lands of the said John on one side and the land of John ap Hopkyn on the other; the 2nd piece lies between the land of John ap William ap Jankyn on one head and land of the said John ap Howel on the other. Rent: 1d. per annum. Witnesses: Robert Greyndore, Steward of Usk, John ap Jankyn Piers, chief sergeant, Robert ap Seycill, John ap Ieuan ap Eynon, Mc ap Ioruerth ap Eynon. Given at Wolvesnewton.

519. 16 January 1424 GRANT by Katerin, the daughter of Dauyd ap thomas ap Iuor to William ap Meuric Thuy of a messuage and certain parcels of land, arable, meadow, wood and waste, woth appurtenances, in the parishes of Kilgorrok and Wolfesneuton called Werne Madoc, except a garden lying in the town of Wolfesneuton, rendering 3s. per annum and suit of court. Witnesses: Robert Greyndore, steward of Usk and Kaerlyon, John ap Jankyn Piers, master sergeant, John ap Ieuan ap Madoc, beadle, Hoel ap Meuric ap David ap Adam, John ap Hopkyn Piers. Given at Wolsfesneuton'.

1024. 6 March 1425 GRANT by John ap Hopkyn Peyrs to William ap Meuric ap Kenoric of a garden and a piece of land, with appurtenances, in the fee of Woluesnewton, namely the garden lying between the way leading from the place called Kaer to the bridge called Pontwinforth on one side and the messuage of the said William and the well of St. Gwynhael on the other, and the said piece of land lies in length between certain land on one head and the garden formerly of Ieuan ap Owen and the garden of Sir William ap David ap Meuric on the other. Rent: 2d per annum, Sunday after Michaelmas, suit of court, relief. Witnesses: Robert Greyndour, steward of Usk, John ap Jankyn Peyrs, master sergeant, Wilcok ap Roppert, John ap Ieuan ap Eynon, Meuric ap Ioruerth ap Eynon. Given at Woluesnewton.

1025. 10 June 1425 GRANT by John ap Wilcok Kemmeys to Dauyd ap Philip ap Dauyd and Nest verch Meuric ap Kenoric, his wife, of a messuage and 15 acres of land, arable, meadow, wood and waste, which Dauyd Seys late held in the parish of Wolfesnewton with a croft there formerly of John Barthe called Crofte e Barth. Rent: 3s. 4d. per annum on Sunday after Michaelmas, suit of court at Wolfesnewton, relief. Witnesses: Robert Greyndore, Steward of Usk and Karlyon, John ap Jankyn, master sergeant of Usk, Howel ap Gruffuth Wellt, bedel, Meuric ap ioruerth ap Eynon, John ap Ieuan ap Eynon, William ap Seisill, William ap Meuric ap Kenoric. Given at Wolfesnewton.

159. 20 July 1425 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Philip Jenat, son and heir of John Jenat, late of Magor in Wales to Phillip Brydde of Magor, of all his right in 5 acres of land and pasture with appurtenances of which 3 acres of pasture lie together on the east of the Blakewalle between the pasture of the Abbot of tyntern on one side and the pasture of Ieuan ap Gryffyth on the other, and 2 acres of land lying on the Vernehylle on the north between the land late of Richard Up on one side and the land of William Kyng on the other, of which 5 acres Philip Brydde is now in full possession in the right of Joan his wife. Witnesses: John Brydde; Philip Body, Thomas Wylly; Richard Broke', Richard Hykke', Robert Cook. [Seal].

769. 9 October 1426 GRANT by Ieuan ap Hopkyn to Ioruard ap Philip ap Thomas and Wladus verch Wilkoc his wife, of 2 pieces of land with appurtenances in the parish of Lanvyhangel Kenan in the lordship of Caldecote, which lie in length between the way leading from Woluesnewton to Lanvyhangel on one head and the river called Nant agoethel on the other, in breadth between the lands called Tyre llan on one side and the lands of the said Ieuan on the other, to hold freely by hereditary right of the lord of that fee, namely of Wilkoc ap Seisild. Witnesses: Robert Gilbard, Steward of Caldecote, Morgan ap Madoc, his deputy, John ap Thomlyn, lord of Lanhouell, John ap Wilkoc ap Roppert, Wilcok ap Seisild. Given at Brindihirrok.

1026. 1 November 1426 GRANT by John ap Hopkyn Pyers, lord of Kayr', to William ap Meuric ap Kenorik of a croft of land called Erohire in the parish and fee of Woluesnewton and lying in length between the way called Heol a wynforth on one head and the land of the said William on the other, in breath between the land of John ap Wilcok Kymmeys on one side and the way which is called Heol amarchogeon on the other. Rent: 1d. per annum on Sunday after Michaelmas, suit of court, relief. Witnesses: John Russel, steward of Usk, John ap Jankyn Pyers, master sergeant, William ap Roppert, Ieuan ap Howel ap Madoc, Meuric ap Ioruerth ap Eynon. Given at Woluesnewton.

1027. 17 November 1426 GRANT by John ap Hopkyn Piers, lord of Kair, to Llewelin ap Adam of a mesuage, 3 gardens and 3 acres of land with al liberties, and appurtenances, in the parish and fee of Woluesneuton, which lie in various parcels, namely the messuage and 3 gardens lying in the town (villa) of Woluesneuton and 2 parcels of land lying in the croft called Croft a Kedyad and a parcel lying in the field called Hendre and 3 lying in a field called Kevynartherewn, and 4 parcels of land called Hendre boeth and 1 parcel lying in the croft called croft Kedeir nerb, and a parcel lying in the field called Munyth Chelton. Rent: 14d. per annum on Sunday after Michaelmas, suit of court, relief. Witnesses: John Rossel, Steward of Usk, John ap Jankyn Piers, master sergeant, Robert ap Seycyll, William ap Roppert, Wilcok ap Seycyll. Given at Woluesnewton.

1542. 24 May 1427 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by David ap Gruffuth ap Gruffuth ap David and Thomas ap Gruffuth ap Gruffuth ap David, to John ap Hopkyn ap Seicill of all right in 1 acres of land called Erwe derewen at diffrenkynnynnok late of Nicholas ap Ithell at Llandesoy. Witnesses: John ap Guillym, John Drapere, John ap Yoruerth ap Meuric, Ieuan ap Jankyn, Gruffuth ap Philip. Given at Monemouth.

1801. 21 August 1427 LEASE by John ap Ieuan ap Ivor, John Colston, and Thomas Don of Monemouth to William Wotton of a shop in le Botherewe, namely which was late in the hands of John Twy and lies between the tenement of John Sadeler and Agnes his wife on one side and the house of the said John ap Ieuan ap Iuor, John Colston and Thomas Don on the other, for 20 years. Rent: 12d. per annum at the Annunciation and Michaelmas, repairs. Witnesses: John Ireland, Thomas ap Gwillym, Edward ap David Vaghan, John Sadeler, John ap Philip Taillor. Given at Monemouth.

1028. 4 July 1428 GRANT by Llewelyn ap Ieuan ap Jankyn to Meuric ap Ioruard and Johanne, his wife, of a messuage and 10 acres of land, arable and meadow, wood and waste, with all appurtenances, namely in 3 parcels, in the parish of Woluesnewton, in the lordship of Usk, of which one parcel on which the messuage stands lies in length to the way leading from Comamvagwur to Strugull on one head and the land of Thomas ap Gwatkyn which is called Tyre Nest, in breadth between the highway leading from the well called Fonon gwerchyr' on one side to the land of John ap Wilcok ap Roppert on the other, which is called Croft a com, the 2nd parcel of land and meadow lies in the field called Maes gwyn between the land of the said John ap Wilcock which is called Ero Wen on one side and the land of the sons of Meuric Lloyd on the other; 3rd parcel of land called Ero Banoc, Rent: 4s. per annum, on Sunday after Michaelmas, suit of court, relief. Witnesses: Robert Gryndour, Steward of Usk, David ap Jankyn Piers, master sergeant, Wilcok ap Roppert, Ieuan ap Howel ap Madoc, David Vaghan. Given at Woluesnewton.

480. 10 August 1428 GRANT John ap Wilcok Kymmeys to Nest verch Meuric ap Kenoric of four parcels of land, with appurtenances, in the parish and in the fee of Woluesneuton of which one parcel of land lies in the field called Brindwell, namely in length between the lands of William ap Meuric ap Kenc on one head and the land of the said Nest on the other in breadth between the lands of John Hopkyn on one side and the land of the said William on the other; the second parcel called Erover lies in legth between the lands of Ieuan ap David Gruffith ap grono on one head and the land called Tonne Maure on the other, in breadth between the lands of John ap Hopkyn on one side and the land called Tyr' a Cotta on the other; the third parcel lies in length between the land of John ap Hopkyn on one head and the land of the said Nest on the other, in breadth between the land of the said Nest and the land called Tonne Maure on the other; the 4th parcel lies in length between the land called Tonne Maure on one head and the land of the said Nest on the other, in breadth between the lands of the said Nest on both sides; rendering 10d. on Sunday after Michaelmas, and doing suit of court; relief. Witnesses: Robert greyndor, Steward of Usk, David ap Jankyn pyers, master sergeant, Robert ap Seysell, John ap Ieuan ap Eynon, Meuric ap Ioruerth ap Eynon. Given at Woluesneuton.

1029. 17 August 1428 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by John ap William ap Jankyn to William ap Meuric ap Kenoric of all right in 6 acres of land with appurtenances, namely in 4 parcels of land in the parish and fee of Woluesnewton which William has of the feoffment of John ap Wilcok Kymmeys, as in charter made by John ap Wilcok, reserving to John ap William 2s. 8d., suit of court, and relief. Witnesses: Robert de Gryndour, Steward of Usk, David ap Jankyn Pyers, master sergeant, Robert ap Seycyll, John ap Ieuan ap Eynon, Meuric ap Ioruerth ap Eynon. Given at Woluesnewton.

66. 6 October 1428 GRANT by John ap Philip ap Meuric to Meuric ap Gruffuth ap Ieuan ap Madoc of a piece of arable land and another piece of meadow, with appurtenances, in the parish of Lanyssen, in the fee of Usk, the piece of arable lying in length between the stream called Miloree on one head and the land of Howel ap Ieuan ap Iorwerth on the other, and in breadth between the lands of the said Meuric on one side and the land of Howel ap Mc ap Howel on the other side, and the piece of meadow lying between the land called Tyr David Weyth on one end and the meadow of John ap John ap Grono Vachan on the other, in breadth between the lands of the said Meuric and the said stream. Witnesses: Robert Greynder, then Steward of Usk; David ap Jankyn Piers, Master Sergeant there; John Vachan ap Hopkyn ap Seicill; John ap Ieuan; llowarch ap Meuric. Dated at Lanyssen.

1802. 11 December 1429 GRANT by John Colston of Monemouth to Thomas Pecok, chaplain, and Thomas ap Eynon, chaplain, of all his lands, tenements and burgages, with appurtenances, wheresoever lying within the town of Monemouth and without, within the lordship of Monemouth, except one burgage in the street of St. Nicholas, outside the gate of the town called Monkeyote, next the tenement of William Hawys. Witnesses: John Irekande, then mayor of the town of Monemouth, John Draper, john Bochor, William Loff, Edward Fuster. Given at Monemouth.

1741. 17 February 1430 GRANT by Wenllian, the daughter of Muric ap Madoc, late the wife of Muric ap Payn to Sir William Wellon, Sir John ap Ieuan Cou[?y] and Sir John ap Ieuan ap David ap Ithell, chaplains, of 2 parcels of land, arable and meadow, in the fee of White Castle of which one parcel of arable land lies between the way leading from Llantelleo Cressenny to the wood called Lleovys on one head and the land of Ieuan ap David Henry on the other in length, in breadth between the land of Philip ap Jankyn ap Gr' on one part and the land of Ieuan ap William hene on the other and called Croft Meuric Payn; the other parcel of arable and meadow called Croft yweyn lies between the pale of the park of Sir William Thomas Kt., formwerly called Hendre colward on one head and the land of Ieuan ap David Henry on the other in length, in breadth betweeen the land of the chaplain of St. Mary of Lantelleo Cressenny, on one part and the land of Ieuan ap David Henry on the other. Witnesses: John Skydamour, steward of Monemouth, William ap John, William ap David ap Hoell coyd, Hoell ap David Gady, Hoell Buttell. Given at Llantilleo Cressenny.

1588. 31 May 1430 GRANT by John ap Hopkyn Piers of Wolfesneuton to John ap Howel ap Ieuan ap Meuric of 2 acres of land, arable and wood, in the parish of Wolfesneuton, of which 1 acre called Ero held lies in length between a lane called Allte goch on one head and land of the said John ap Howel called Tyre evyrgyr' on the other, in breadth between land of the said John ap Howel called Ero schallart on one side and theland of the saie John ap Howel called Ero vaure on the other; the other acre called Ero Veldyn lies in length between the land formerly of Maurice ap Ioruerth ep Eynon on one side and the land of John ap Guilim on the other. Rent: 1d. per annum at Michaelmas. Witnesses: William ap Thomas, Kt., and Robert Greyndor, Stewards of Usk and Kerlyon, John ap Jankyn Piers, master sergeant of Usk, Howel ap Gruffuth William, bedel there, Robert ap Ioruerth, John ap Ieuan ap Eynon Meuric ap Ioruerh ap Eynon. Given at Wolfesnewton.

1803. 8 June 1430. GRANT by John the son of Griffin Sawyer of Monemouth to John ap Llewelyn drouere, chaplain, of a free tenement with its appurtenances, in Monemouth in the street called Monkestrete next le Caldecote, which tenement lies in breadth between the tenement of William Hawys on one side and the tenement late of William Trygge on the other, and in length from the said street to the tenement of Robert Hoper'. Witnesses: John Irelond, then mayor of Monemute, John Trailor of Cross (de Cruce), John Knyght, William Carpuntere, Thomas Bowier. Given at Monemouth.

791. 21 July 1430 GRANT by Meredith ap Howell ap Richard and Thomas Carpentere to Robert ap Thomas, John ap Ivuan Gough, and John ap Ieuan ap David Ithull, clerks, of all lands and tenements, rents, and services, etc., tenants, heriots, reliefs and all other appurtenances, which they lately had of the grant of John ap David Gough of Llanllondy in Kevencriose in the lordship of White Castle (albi castri). Witnesses: John ap Ieuan ap David, Meurik ap Howell ap Nicoll, John ap John ap Howel, Howel ap John ap Howell, William ap David ap Howell. Given at White Castle.

340. 3 October 1430 COPY COURT ROLL. Monemouth. At the secret court. Surrender by William Sant of Wonwarestowe, of a parcel of arable land with appurtenances, in the lordship of Monemouth, in a field under the Castlegrove, in length between the lands of Thomas Ornell and Matilda, his wife, on both sides, and extending in length from the grove there called the Castlegrove on one head, to the ditch called Hirstondich on the other, to the use of Thomas Ornell, and Matilda, his wife. Fine for entry, 6d.

219. 6 July 1431 RELEASE by Sir John ap Howel, rector of Landesoe, Sir Howel ap Iorwerth, vicar of Trelek, Stephan ap Davyd ap Stevyn, and Ieuan Vauchan ap Ieuan ap Philip ap Eynon of the parish of Wolfesnewton, to William ap Meuric ap Kenoryc of the same parish, of all their right in 4 acres, 1 rood of land arable and meadow, with appurtenances, in 6 parcels, which Ievan lately acquired of Robert Derneford and Agnes his wife, of which a parcel of arable and meadow lies in the Croft called Croft Ieuan, the second parcel of arable and meadow called Tyre ecocket; the third parcel of arable lies in a field called Menyth Chelton, the fourth parcel of arable in a field called Kylewen and two parcels of land lying in a field called Capyntre, reserving to Ieuan, 11d. rent per annum at Michaelmas, suit of court at Wolvesnewton and relief. Witnesses: William ap Thomas, kt., Steward of Usk and of Kerlyon, John ap Jankyn Piers, Chief Sergeant of Usk, Howel ap Gruffuth, bedel, Meuric ap Ioruerth ap Eynon, John ap Ieuan ap Eynon, William ap Seisill, Howel ap Meuric ap Davyd ap Adam. Given at Wolfesnewton.

220. 25 July 1431 RELEASE by John ap Hopkyn Piers to William ap Meuric ap Kenoric, of all his right in four parcels of land, with appurtenances, in the parish and fee of Wolvesnewton, which he has of the gift and feoffment of Sir William ap David ap Mc rector of Wolvesnewton, Sir Philip ap Howel, rector of Landesoe, Ieuan ap Llewelin ap Morgan, and Margaret, his mother, one parcel of which lies in the vill of Wolvesnewton, in length between the way leading from Kayr to the bridge called Pont wynforth on one head and the land of William ap Meuric on the other, in breadth between the land of the said William on one side and the garden of John Colyn on the other side, the second parcel lying between the said way and the garden of Ieuan ap Philip ap Eynon on the other, and in breadth between the land of the said Ieuan on one side and the land of David tyler on the other side, the third lies in the field called Kepyntre between the stream called Pyll on one head and the land of the said William on the other, and in breadth between the said stream on one side and the land of the said William on the other, the fourth parcel lies in the same field, in length between the said river on one head and the land of the said William on the other and in breadth between the lands of the said William on both sides, at a rent of 2d. per annum, suit of court, and relief. Witnesses: William ap Thomas, kt., Steward of Usk, John ap Jankyn Piers, Chief Sergeant, Robert ap Seicill, Ieuan ap Philip ap Eynon, David ap Mc Whith. Given at Wolvesnewton.

221. 25 July 1431. GRANT by Sir William ap David ap Meuric, rector of Wolvesnewton, sir Philip ap Howel, rector of Landesoe, Ieuan ap llewelin ap Morgan and Margaret daughter of Ieuan ap Howel, to William ap Meuric ap Kenoric, of four parcels of lands with appurtenances in the parish of Wolvesnewton and in the fee of Wolvesnewton (parcels detailed as in No. 220). Witnesses: William ap Thomas, kt., Steward of Usk, John ap Jankyn Piers, Chief Sergeant, Robert ap Seicill, Ieuan ap Philip ap Eynon, David ap Mc Whith. Given at Wolvesnewton.

520. 7 January 1432 GRANT by Nest vergh Ieuan ap Iorwerth of Wolvesneuton to William ap Meuric ap Knoric of all his lands and tenements, with appurtenances, in the parish and fee of Wolvesneuton. Witnesses: Robert Greyndore, Steward of Usk, Howell ap Ieuan Grono, chief sergeant, Howell ap Mc ap David ap Adam, Wilkoc ap Seisill, Meuric ap Iorwerth ap Eynon. Given at Wolvesneuton.

1612. 6 May 1432 GRANT by Ieuan ap Guillym of Monemouth to John Trelone and Thomas Neuton of a burgage with appurtenances in Little Monmouth (narva Monmouth) lying in breadth between the tenement of Richard Baker on one side and a tenement of Thomas Sergeant on the other and extending in length from the royal way next to the church of St. Thomas to the tenement of a Hugh Carter; another burgage, with appurtenances likewise in little Monmouth, formerly of John Solans, lying in breadth between the tenement of Richard Baker on one side and the lane called le Newport on the other, extending in length from the highway there leading from the bridge of a water called Monowe to le Synderhull' to a tenement of the said Thomas Sergeant. Witnesses: Thomas Sergeant, John Godechild, William Marys, Richard Baker, Robert Braas, Richard ap Ieuan Vaghan and John ap Philpot. Given at Monmouth.

1804. 4 September 1432 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Thomas Pecok, chaplain, to Thomas ap Eynon, chaplain, of all right in all lands, tenements and burgages, with appurtenances wheresoever lying within the town of Monemouth and without, within the lordship of Monemouth, which he late had of the feoffment of John Colston of Monemouth. Witnesses: John Draper', John Irelond, David Webbe.

1044. 30 April 1433 COPY COURT ROLL, Uske. In Court of Richard, Duke of York, Earl of March and Ulster, before William Thomas and John ap Ieuan ap Madoc, deputy stewards, John ap Ieuan ap Grono Vaghan gave the lord 6d. for fine for entry into 1 acre of extended land late of Ioruerth ap Adam. 1612. 6 May 1432 GRANT by Ieuan ap Guillym of Monemouth to John Trelona and Thomas Neuton of a burgage with appurtenances in Little Monmouth (narva Monmouth) lying in breadth between the tenement of Richard Baker on one side and a tenement of Thomas Sergeant on the other and extending in length from the royal way next to the church of St. Thomas to the tenement of a Hugh Carter; another burgage, with appurtenances likewise in Little Monmouth, formerly of John Solans, lying in breadth between the tenement of Richard Baker on one side and the lane called le Newport on the other, extending in length from the highway there leading from the bridge of a water called Monowe to le Sunderhull' to a tenement of the said Thomas Sergeant. Witnesses: Thomas Sergeant, John Godechild, William Marys, Richard Baker, Robert Braas, Richard ap Ieuan Vaghan and John ap Philpot. Given at Monmouth.

1804. 4 September 1432 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Thomas Pecock, chaplain, to Thomas ap Eynon, chaplain, of all right in all lands, tenements and burgages, with appurtenances wheresoever lying within the town of Monemouth and without, within the lordship of Monemouth, which he late had of the feoffment of John Colston of Monemouth. Witnesses: John Draper', John Irelond, David Webbe.

1044. 30 April 1433 COPY COURT ROLL, Uske. In Court of Richard, Duke of York, Earl of March and Ulster, before William Thomas and John ap Ieuan ap Madoc, deputy stewards, John ap Ieuan ap Grono Vaghan gave the lord 6d. for fine for entry into 1 acre of extended land late of Ioruerth ap Adam. 1613. 19 September 1433 GRANT by William Marreis of Monemouth to David ap Guillym ap Meuric and Alice, his wife, of a messuage with appurtenances, in Little Monemut between the tenement of Robert ap David vrase on one side and the tenement late of David Gwynn on the other, in breadth extending the length from the way lading from the bridge of Monowe to the Cross there to the way called le Waterlode. Witnesses: Thomas Sergeant, John Godechild, John ap Philpot, Richard ap Ieuan vaghan, Ieuan glyn. Given at Little Monmut (parva Monemuta).

1391. 2 February 1434 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Edward, the son of John Thoorn otherwise called Elmley of Hemyngton, co. Somerset, to Simon Cotesbrook, John Nywman and John Rogges of right in all lands and tenements, etc., in Badmyngton parva in co. Gloucester, which he late had of the feoffement of John Thoor otherwise Elmley, his father. Witnesses: William Gore, Thomas ffreman, John Ouerbury, Richard Proute, Thomas Chalkeley, Philip Coleyns, Robert Chalkeley. Given at Badmyngton.

583. 24 February 1434 GRANT by Gruffuth ap Ioruerth ap Howel of the parish of Seynt Aruane to John ap Ieuan ap Grono vauchan of the parish of Lanyssen and Wellyan verch Philip, his wife, of a moiety of all lands and tenements, etc. which Ioruerth ap Howel his father late had held in the parish of Lanveyr' and the fee of Usk. Witnesses: Robert Greyndor, steward of Usk and of Karlyon, John ap Jankyn Piers, master sergeant of Usk, Howel ap Gruffuth Willte, beadle, Lloarch ap Meuric, Ernald ap Hoyskyn. Given at Lanveyr'.

926. 7 March 1434 GRANT by Goludith vergh Llewelyn ap Gruffit of Cumcarvan in pure widowhood, and John ap Gwillym ap Morys ap Hopkyn to Ieuan ap Jankyn ap Hoskyn ap Jae of the same of all their lands and tenements with appurtenances, which late were of Llewelin ap Gruffit in Cumcarvan, with a croft late of Roger ap Guillim, situate there next the stream called Pencon', in the fee of Trillek. Witnesses: John ap Hoskyn ap Guillim, Thomas ap John, Gruffith ap Ioruerth, Robert ap David ap Madok, Murik ap Guillim Wello. Given at Cumcarvan.

160. 10 October 1435 GRANT by Thomas Leuy, lord of a certain parcel of Magor, to John Bulk and Joan, his wife, of one acre of land, and one acre of meadow with appurtenances in the lordship of Magor, of which the acre of land lies in Roghslade between the common way leading form Magor towards Pencoit and the land of John Crovine, and the acre of meadow late held by Agnes Willy lies in Brodemede, in length between the meadow of John Brydd and the meadow of Phillip Brook, on one head, abutting on medelond, rendering yearly 2s. equally at Hockday and Michaelmas, suit of court at Magor, relief, with reversion on failure of heirs. Witnesses: John Rose, John Bridd, Thomas Willy, Philip Bridd, John Smyth. Dated at Magor.

1519. 1 March 1436 RELEASE and QUITCLAIM by Sir Maurice ap David Vachan, chaplain, to Sir William ap Thomas, Kt., of all right in all lands and tenements and appurtenances which he late had from David ap Mo ap Adam in the lordship and fee of Penros. Witnesses: William ap David, deputy, Phillip ap Thomas, master sergeant, David Vachan ap David ap Ievan ap Howel, Mo ap David graban, Guilim ap Gr'. Given at Penros.

341. 15 April 1436 GRANT by John Skydmore, esq., of Rogyat to John Abrhale, esq., John ap Ieuan Madoc, John Skydmor, his son, John ap Guillim ap Jankyn, and John ap Hopkyn ap Seysell, of al his manor of Little Troy near Monmouth, with all lands and tenements, rents and services, meadows, feedings, pastures, woods, hays, banks, fishponds, moors, marshes, waters, wards, marriages, heritos, reliefs, escheats, homages, fealties, suits of court and all other appurtenances, in the fee of Trillek in the lordship of Uske, to hold of the chief lord of the fee by the due and accustomed services. Witnesses: William ap Thomas, Kt., Thomas Hunteley, Thomas ap Watkyn, Thomas Morys, Thomas ap John. Given at Troy. Attached is a declaration of the will of John Skydmore the donor, that if he should return safely from the parts of France, the feoffment to be refoeffed to him; otherwise John Skydmore, his son, to give Margaret his sister £20, on marriage, the feoffment to remain to John Skymore, the son and his heirs for ever, but if he dies not wish to pay the said sum in the said form, then the feoffment to be sold for the best price and the sum resulting to be distributed for the marriage of the three children in equal portions.

1589. 10 June 1436 GRANT by John ap Guillim ap Jankyn to William ap Meuric ap Kenoric of 3 gardens, and 1 croft of land, with appurtenances, namely the gardens lying in one parcel, in length between the way leading from Woluesneuton to the bridge called Wynforth on one head and the land of the said William called Crofte Maure; in breadth between the land of John ap Hopkyn called Corfte Blewyn on one side and the land of the said William on the other; the said croft lies in legth between the land of David Tyler on one head and the way called Heol Marchogeon on the other, in breadth between the land of the said David Tyler called Brindwel on one side and the land of the said William called Croft Nerl on one side and the said croft called Tyre Cutta, in the parish and fee of Woluesneuton. Rent: 20d per annum on Sunday after Michaelmas, suit of court at Woluesneuton, relief. Witnesses: Robert Greyndore, Steward of Usk, Howell ap Gruffuth Wellt, chief sergeant, Howell ap Mc David ap Adam, William ap Seicyll, Meuric ap Ioruerth ap Eynon. Given at Woluesneuton.

1597. 24 June 1436 GRANT by John ap David ap Hopkyn of the parish of Trillek to Thomas Hunteley, esq., and Sir Gruffin ap David, perpetual vicar of the parish church of Wonwarestowe of 2 acres of arable land with appurtenances in the fee of Trellek in the lorship of Uske in a croft called Caygwynne, in breadth between the highway which leads from Trillek to the grange of the Abbot and Convent of Tyntern on one side and the land of Thomas ap Morys, late of William Payne on the other, and extending in length from the lands of the said Thomas ap Morys on one head to the lane called Draweylane on the other; also of a parcel of free lad with appurtenances, in the said fee of Trillek in a field called Maysegayre in breadth between the lands of David Scheperde on one side and the stream next le Grange on one head to the highway which leads from Trillek to Newport on the other. Witnesses: John ap Hoskyn ap Guilim Llewelin ap Ieuan ap Rees, Richard Blaste, Ieuan ap Jankyn ap Ioruerth, Gruffin ap Grono Gou[?y]. Given at Trellek.

1520. 29 September 1436 LEASE by William Thomas, Kt., to John ap David Gogh of half a burgage lying within the walls of the town of Bergevenny built in length between the walls of the said town on one head and the tenement of Thomas Walter on the other, in breadth between the royal way on one side and the tenement of the said Thomas on the other, for 20 years. Rent: 2s. 4d. per annum at Michaelmas. At Begeveny.

1742. 24 October 1436 GRANT by David Hoper of Chepstowe, son and heir of William Hoper of Monemouh, to William Thomas, Kt., of a tenement and 1 acre of land with appurtenances which tenement lies within the town of Monemouth in a street called Seynt Mary strete, in breadth between the close late of Thomas Joweson on one part and the burgage of William Dyer on the other, and extending in length from the said street on one head to the garden late of the said Thomas Joweson on the other; the said acre lies below le Redhull, in the fee of Wisham, which tenement and acre descended to him by hereditary right after the death of Richard Hoper of Monemouth; also the reversion of all other lands, tenements and burgages, with appurtenances late of the said Robert Hoper when it fell after the death of Johanna late wife of the said Robert, wheresoever lying within the town and lordship of Monemouth and within the fee of Wisham, which lands tenements, and burgages Johanna holds for term of life. Witnesses: John Godechild, then mayor of the town of Monemute, John Draper of the bailey (de balliva), John Irlond, Richard ap Ieuan Vaghan, William Felde. Given at Monemouth.

584. 10 July 1437 GRANT by Margaret vergh Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Philip to Gregory ap Ieuan ap Jankyn of Lanveire and Agnes verch Ieuan ap David seys his wife of a parcel of a one tenement with a garden adjoining, with 3 acres of land with appurtenances, which all lie in Lanveir' in the parish of Lanyssen, in the lordship of Uske, in breadth between the river called Olwy on the one side and the garden of John ap Ieuan ap Ioruerth ap Howell on the other, and extending in length from the garden of the said John ap Ieuan ap Ioruerth on one head to the bridge and the high way there on the other, the 3 acres of land lying in the fields of Lanveire of which 1 acre lies in the croft called Croft above the town (supra villam), the second in the field of Lanyssen near the highway, the third in the croft called ? Brethtyre and in the meadow called Wirlode vaure. Rent: 12 ½ d. per annum at Michaelmas, and relief as heriot. Witnesses: Robert Greyndore, steward of Usk, Howel ap Gruffuth Wellt, master sergeant, John ap Philip ap Adam, John ap Ieuan ap Ioruerth ap Howell, William ap Ieuan ap Gruffuth. Given at Lanvaire.

198. 13 February 1438 COPY COURT ROLL, USKE. At the Court of Richard, Duke of York, Earl of March and Ulster, before John ap Ieuan ap Madoc, deputy of Robert Greyndore, steward, Hopkyn ap David knoril gave a fine of 3d. for a licence to demise a messuage and 8 acres of land with appurtenances in Wolvesnewton called Tyre drede to Jenkyn ap Hoell ap Ieuan ap Mc whereby there fell to the lord in heriot a pig of the price of 8d. The said Jenkyn gave the lord a fine of 6d. for entry.

1599. 18 April 1438 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by John ap Howehell ap Ieuan to Thomas Huntley, esq., Sir Howhel ap Ieuan, rector of Troy, Sir Howhel ap Ioruerth perpetual vicar of the parish church of Trillek, and John ap Morys of 2 acres of arable land with appurtenances in the fee of Trillek and in the lordship of Uske in a croft called Caygwhynne in breadth between the highway which leads from Tirllek to the grange of the Abbot and Convent of Tyntern on one side and the land of Thomas ap Morys, late of William Payn, on the other and extending on length from the lands of the said Thomas ap Morys on one head to the lane called Draweylane on the other; also a parcel of free land with apurtenances in the fee of Trillek in the field called Maysgayre in breadth between the lands of David Shyperde on one side and the stream next le Grange on the other, and extending in length from the said lands of le Grange on one head to the highway which leads from Trillek to Newport on the other. Witnesses: Lewhelyn vichan, Ioruerth ap Ieuan daylor, Thomas vichan, John ap Gruffith, Meuric ap David ap Whyllim. Given at Trillek.

1357. 20 April 1438 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Sir Howel ap Ioruerth, vicar of Trelek, Howel ap Thomas ap Ioruerth and Richard ap Howel ap Thomas, his son, to Howel ap Thomas ap Meuric, and Nest verch Howel ap Thomas ap Ioruerth, his wife, of all right in a messuage and 20 acres of land, arable, meadow, wood and wastes, with appurtenances in the parishes of Landesoe and Come on both sides of the stream called Pell, which was formerly of Rosa verch Nycol, late purchased of Rychol Seys. Given in the parish of Langome. Witnesses: Robert Greyndor, Steward of Uske and Kerlyon, Howell ap Gruffuth Welte, master sergeant of Uske, John ap Howel ap Ieuan, bedel, and Thomas ap Llewelyn Vauchan, John ap Ieuan ap Eynon, John Skydemore, Stephen ap Grono.

1805. 10 August 1438 GRANT by Ieuan Webbe of Newton, burgess of Monemouth, to Thomas Dawe of Monemouth and Johanna, his wife, of a third part of a burgage, with appurtenances, in the borough of Monemouth in a street called Monkestrete, which third part of a burgage contains in breadth in front of the said street 46 feet between the orchard of Thomas Coek and the burgage of the said Ieuan Webbe, and in breadth behind next le Lamput, 26 feet, between the orchard of the said Thomas Coek and the burgage of the said Ieuan webbe, and extending in length from the said street on the one head to the parcel of a burgage near the lane of Lamput of the said Ieuan Webbe on the other. Witnesses: Thomas Ornell, then mayor of the town of Monemute, John Draper, John Irelond, John Cok, Philip Somour. Given at Monmouth. Endorsed: Thomas Dawe and Johanna, his wife, grant Ieuan Webbe free ingress and egrees to carry water from a well built within the third part of the said burgage.

1806. 26 August 1438 GRANT by John Tiler, senior, of Monemouth and Agnes, his wife, to William Loffe of the same and Agnes, his wife, of a messuage with appurtenances, situate in Monemouth in a street called Monkestrete towards Caldicote, in breadth between the tenement of William Hawys on one side and the tenement of William Thomas, kt., late of Robert Hoper on the other, and extending in length from the said street on one head to the land of the said William Thomas, kt., on the other. Witnesses: Thomas Ornell, then mayor of the town of Monemute, Thomas Sergeant, Thomas Coke, John Draper, John Irelond. Given at Monmouth.

1807. 2 September 1438 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by John Tiler, senior, of Monemouth and Agnes his wife, to John Loffe of the same and Agnes, his wife, of all right in a message with appurtenances, in Monemouth in a street called Monkestrete towards le Caldicote, which messuage John Loffe and Agnes his wife have of their feoffment. Witnesses: Thomas Ornel, then mayor of the town of Monemute, Thomas Sergeant, Thomas Coke, John Draper, John Irelond.

1808. 10 September 1438 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by John Ponter, son and heir of Thomas Ponter of Suton, to William Loffe of Monemouth of all right in a messuage with appurtenances, in Monemouth in a street called Monkestrete towards Caldicote, in breadth between the tenement of William Hawys on one side and the tenement of William Thomas, kt., late of Robert Hoper on the other, and extending in length from the said street on one head to the lands of the said William Thomas, kt., on the other. Witnesses: Thomas Ornell, then mayor of Monemouth, John Irelond, John Draper, Edward Fuster, John Tiler.

1598. 22 September 1438 GRANT by Thomas ap Moris of Tryllek to Sir Griffin ap Ieuan ap Grono, perpetual vicar of Monastowe, and John Thomas ap Morys, grantor's son, of all his lands, tenements, etc., with appurtenances in the lordship of Trillek and fee of Uske. Witnesses: Robert Grendore, Steward of Tryllek, John ap Ieuan ap Madoc, deputy, Ioruerth ap Ieuan Taillor, then bailiff of the borough there, Robert ap John Hopkyn. Given at Tryllek.

342. COPY COURT ROLL. Monemouth. Surrender by David ap Ioruerth ap Jankyn and Elizabeth, his wife, of 11 acres of arable land, with appurtenances, in the lordship of Monemouth in a field under the Castlegrove, in breadth between the land of Thomas Ornell and Matilda, his wife, on one side and the land of Maurice Hyre and Elizabeth Bonde, his wife, on the other, to the use of Thomas Ornell and Matilda, his wife. Fine for entry, 6d. 222. 10 October 1439 GRANT by Philip a Meuric Pye and Thomas ap Philip, his son, to Howel ap Llewelyn ap Adam, of 1 ½ acres of land, with appurtenances, in the parish and fee of Wolfysnewton, one acre lying in the field called Kevynellegh and the half acre lying in 5 pieces of land of which 3 lie in a place called Croftekedyeyd and the other 2 in a place called Hendre boyth. Witnesses: Robert Greynder, steward of Usk, Howel ap Ieuan, chief sergeant, Robert ap Seisill, Howel ap Mc ap David ap Adam, John ap Ieuan ap Eynon. Given at Wolfysnewton.

1395. 19 March 1440 COPY COURT ROLL. Uske. Court here before Robert Greyndore, steward. Grygg' ap Ieuan ap Jankyn gave the lord 6d. for entry into 12 acres of land called Lankanynok, at 4s. old rent at Michaelmas and other services due and accustomed. He has licence to take the vesture of the said land to his own land without challenge until he makes a barn on the said lands, as admitted by John Rose, the lord's approver.

560. 3 November 1440 GRANT by Katherin daughter of David ap Thomas to Thomas ap David Thomas, Thomas ap Richard, rector of Treguke, and Philip ap Hoell, rector of Landesoy of all his lands, etc., in Wolvesnewton' in the lordship of Usk to hold of the chief lord of the fee by due and accustomed service. Witnesses: John ap Jankyn Peris, Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Madok, Thomas ap Iorwerth ap Ririd, Jankyn ap Hopkyn, Jankyn ap Meric ap Mc. Given at Woluesnewton'.

561. 3 November 1440 COPY OF COURT ROLL. Usk. Court held before John Rese, deputy of Robert Greyndore, Steward. Endorsement of letters patent of grant by Richard, Duke of York, Earl of March, and Ulster, Lieutenant General and Govenor of the Kingdom of France and the Duchy of Normandy, for 12d. fine given by Katerin daughter of David ap Thomas of licence to enfeoff and grant 3 messuages, 300 acres of land, 200 acres of pasture and 3s. 4d. rent, with appurtenances in Wolvesnewton, held of him in chief by service of half a knight's fee to Thomas ap David Thomas, Thomas ap Richard, rector pf Tregerek, and Philip ap Hoell, rector of Landesoy, to hold by due and accustomed service.

585. 20 December 1440 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by John a Jankyn ap Ithell to William Thomas, kt., of all his right in a burgage with appurtenances in the town of Bergevenny, which tenement William had of the feoffment of sissil' hancoke. Witnesses: Morgan ap David ap William, Philip ap Thomas, Hoell ap Jankyn, David ap Llewelin fela, Hoell ap David ap Ieuan vichan. Given at Bergevenny.

67. N.D. [1420-40] GRANT by Grono ap Ieuan of Llewelin to Maurice ap Gruffith ap Ieuan ap Madoc and Elene verch Philip ap Mc, his wife, of 3 parcels of land with appurtenances in the parish of Llanyssen, in the fee of Usk, of which one parcel lies in a place called Tyre Porth, the second in a place called Perthhyre, the third in a place called Tyre a werne. Witnesses: Robert Greyndore then Steward of Usk; Howel ap Ieuan ap Grono, Chief Sergeant there; Lloarch ap Mc, William ap Philip ap John, John ap Ieuan ap grono vachan. Dated at Llanyssen.

1809. 5 July 1441. RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Thomas ap Eynon, chaplain, to Alice, relict of John Colston of Monemouth of all right in al lands and tenements, with appurtenances which he had of the feoffment of John Colston in the town and lordship. Given at Monemute.

1535. 10 July [1441] GRANT by Walter ap David ap Gruffuth to John his son and Nest vergh William, his wife, of a messuage with a parcel of land, with appurtenances, in the parish of Lanyssen in the fee of Trillyk, in length between the way leading from Usk to Trillek on one head and the land of the Abbot of Tyntern on the other, in breadth between the way leading from Lanveire meibon Owen to Tyntern on one side and the land of the said Walter called Croft maure on the other. Witnesses: Robert Gwyndore, Steward of Usk, John ap Hopkyn ap Adam, master sergeant, Thomas Moris, Hopkyn ap John, Richard blast. Given at Lanyssen, 10 July 19 Henry [vi].

9. 22 February 1442 LETTERS OF ATTORNEY by Philip ap Howell ap Thomas, lord of Blakebroke in the lordship of Skenfreyth to John ap Ieuan of the parish of Lanveyre to deliver seisin to his son, Howel ap Phelpot ap Howell of all his lands and tenements etc. in Penclath, Coyd pencon in Lanveyre in the parishes of Lanyssen and Lamyhangell in the lordship of Uske according to the form of a charter made to him thereof. Thursday before the feast of St. David, 20 Henry VI.

1102. 8 March 1442 GRANT by Philip ap Howell ap Thomas, Lord of Blakebroke in the lordship of Skenfreyth to Howel ap Phelpot ap Howell, his son, of all the lands and tenements, reversions, rents, and services, with meadows, feedings, pastures, tenants, rents, heriots, reliefs, suits of court, with a mill and all appurtenances, which he has in Penclavth, Coyd Pencon in Lanveyre in the parish of Lanyssen and in Lanmyhangell in the lordship of Uske, to hold of the chief lords of the fee by the due and acustomed service. Witnesses: Thomas ap Richard, chaplain, Thomas ap David Thomas, John Vaghan, John ap Ieuan, John Scudamour. Given at Penclavth, Thursday before the Feast of St. David the Bishop.

1810. 30 August 1442 GRANT by Walter baker son and heir of Thomas Baker of Monemouth to William Loffe of the same and Agnes, is wife, of burgage and 6 acres of free land, with appurtenances lying within the town and lordship of Monemute, which burgage lies within the town of Monemouth in a street called Monwestrete, in breadth between the burgage of Robert Webbe on one side and burgage late of Ioruerth ap Grono on the other and extending in length from the said street on one head, to the ditch of Chepyngham on the other; 2 acres of free land lie together in a croft in the fee of Holliwell, in breadth between the land of Thomas Sergeant on one side and the old way next Mondayeffeld on the other, and extending in length from the meadow called Bottesmede on one head to the meadow of the Prior and Convent of Monemute in the tenure of Thomas Ornell on the other; 4 acres of free land lie together in the fee of the hunter (infra feodum venatoris) in breadth between the lands of the said Thomas Sergeant on both sides and extending in length from the land of William Marreis on one head to the land of John ap Phelpot on the other. Witnesses: Thomas Sergeant, Thomas Coke, Thomas Ornell, Edmund Goldesmyth, William Dyer. Given at Monemouth. Attached. 20 September 1442. Release and Quitclaim by Walter Baker to William Loffe and Agnes his wife of the above premises. Witnesses: Thomas Sergeant, Thomas Coke, William Marreis, Thomas Bochour, Edward Fuster.

1812. 4 February 1443 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Thomas Daws of Monemouth and Johanna, his wife, to William Loffe of the same and Agnes, his wife, of all right in a third part of a burgage, with appurtenances, in the borough of Monemouth in a street called le Monkestrete, which William Loffe and Agnes his wife had of their feoffment. Witnesses: Thomas Sergeant, John Draper, Thomas Coke, Thomas Ornell, Edmund Goldesmyth.

493. 14 March 1443 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Philipp ap Howell ap Thomas, lord of Blakebroke, in the lordship of Skenfreyth to Howell ap Philipp ap Howell his son, of his right in lands and tenements, etc. heriots, relief, suits of court, mills with appurtenaces which Howel ap Phelpot has of his feoffment in Penclavth, Coyd Pencon in Lanveyre in the parish of Lanyssen and in Lanvyhangell in the lordship of Uske. Witnesses: Thomas Scudamor, John Scudamor, Thomas ap Richard, chaplain, Thomas ap David ap Thomas, John Vaughan.

328. 3 June 1443 GRANT by Richard Blaste of Tryllek to William ap Ieuan ap David ap Adam and Erdudvyll vergh Gruffuth, his wife, of a parcel of free land, with appurtenances, in the fee of Trillek in the lordship of Uske, in breadth between one acre of land of the said William on one side, and the land of the said William on the other side, which Meuric ap Gruffuth formerly held, and in length extending form the lands of John ap Thomas ap Morys on one head to the stream called Nantfonnonkayreverhigh, which runs from the spring called Kayreverhigh on the other head. Witnesses: Sir Howel ap Ioruerth, vicar of Trillek, Llewelyn ap Ieuan ap Res, Ioruerth ap Ieuan Taylor, John ap Gruffuth ap Ieuan Taylor, John ap Howell ap Meuric ap Madoc. Given at Trillek.

1103. 10 July 1443 GRANT by Moris ap Ieuan ap Jankyn ap Ioruerth to John ap Ieuan ap Grono vaghan of all his lands which lie in a place called Enysaglyn next to Lanveire meibon Owein in the parish of Lanyssen in thelordship of Usk which lie between the stream called Olwye on one side, and the wood called Gwerne Ioruerth to hold of the chief lord of the fee. Witnesses: William ap Thomas, kt., Steward of Usk, William ap Hoel, master sergeant, John Vaghan, lloargh ap Meirc, Grono ap Ieuan ap Llewelin. Given at Lanveir. Mutilated.

1811. 10 January 1444 GRANT by Thomas Dawe of Monemouth and Johanna, his wife, to William Loffe of the same and Agnes his wife, of the third part of a burgage, with appurtenances (as in No. 1805). Witnesses: John Irelond, then mayor of the town of Monemute, John Draper, Thomas Coke, Thomas Ornell, Edmund Goldesmyth. Given at Monmouth.

1104. 20 January 1444 GRANT by John ap Hopkyn ap Hoell ap Gwalter of Trelleke to John ap Ieuan ap Thomas and Adam ap Hoell of his manor of Trecapraghed with all lands and tenements, meadows, feedings, pastures, woods, with pools, waters, fisheries, rents, reversions, services, wards, marriages, fealties, heriots, reliefs, suits of court, franchises and liberties and all other appurtenances, lying in the lordship of Uske, which late Hoell ap Ierevarthe, vicar of Trelleke and John ap Ieuan ap Gruffuthe, vicar of Uske [?held], to hold of the chieflord of the fee. Witnesses: John ap Jankyn Pers, Jenkyn ap Mors ap Meuryck, John Skydamour, Jankyn ap Hopkyn ap Syselthe, Hoell ap Thomas ap Jerevarthe Thue. Given at Trecapraghed.

1813. 4 February 1444 WILL of David Boteler. (his wife Johanna and William Louffe, executors). Probate granted in the parish church of Monemouth, 26 October 1445 (Bishop of Hereford).

10. 20 October 1444 RELEASE by Joan vergh Llewelyn relict of Ieuan ap Jankyn and Maurice ap Ieuan ap Jankyn son and heir of Ieuan ap Jankyn to William Thomas, kt. and his heirs of all right in the water grist mill of Llanveyre, with all courses of water, stank, and appurtenances in the lordship and fee of Vske. Witnesses: John ap Jankyn Pers; Jankyn ap Hokyn ap Siselthe; Jankyn ap Philip ap Adam; John Skudamor; John ap Ieuan ap Grono Vachan. Dated at Lanveyre. [p. Llanishen].

11. 20 October 1444 RELEASE by John ap Ieuan ap Grono Vachan to William Thomas, kt., and his heirs of the water grist mill of Llanveyre as in No. 10. Witnesses: John ap Jankyn Pers, John ap Hopkyn ap Siselthe; John Skudamor; Hoell ap Gruffydd ap Walter; John ap Philip ap Adam. Dated at Lanveyre.

12. 20 October 1444 RELEASE by Llouargh ap Meuric ap Grono Vachan to William Thomas, kt., and his heir of the water grist mill of Llanveyre as in No. 10. Witnesses: John ap Jankyn Pers, Jankyn ap Hopkyn ap Siselthe, John ap Philip ap Adam, Hoell ap Gruffuthe ap Walter, John ap Ieuan ap Grono Vachan. Dated at Llanveyre.

1105. 28 February 1445 GRANT by Maurice ap Jevan ap Jankyn, son and heir of Jevan ap Jankyn ap Ierevarth, to William Thomas, kt., and Hoell ap Jankyn ap Grono, chaplain, of all his lands and tenements, meadows, pastures, feeding, woods, groves, rents, reversions and services, with appurtenances in the parishes of Llanyssen and Llanvyhangell and in the fee of Uske, which descended to him by heredeitary right by the death of Jevan ap Hoell melyn his blood relation and Thomas ap Jankyn ap Ierevarth, his uncle. Witnesses: Morgan ap Jankyn ap Philipp, deputy of Uske, William ap Hoell ap Thomas, master sergeant, William ap Jankyn ap Jevan ap Madoc, bedel, John ap Jankyn Pers, Jankyn ap Hopkyn ap Sysell, John ap Jevan ap Grono vachan, Hoell ap Gruffith ap Gwalter. Given at Llannyssen.

1106. 1 March 1445 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM to Maurice ap Jevan ap Jankyn, son and heir of Jevan ap Jankyn ap Ierevarth, to William Thomas, kt., and Hoell ap Jankyn ap Grono, chaplain, of all their right in all lands and tenements (as in No. 1105). Witnesses: Morgan ap Jankyn ap Philipp, Deputy of Uske, William ap Hoell ap Thomas, master sergeant, William ap Jankyn ap Jevan ap Madoc, bedel, John ap Jankyn Pers, Jankyn ap Hopkyn ap Sysell, John ap Jevan ap Grono Vachan, Hoell ap Gruffuth ap Gwalter. Given at Llannysen.

1107. 2 May 1445 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Johan vergh Llewlin ap Hoell, relict of Jevan ap Jankyn ap Ierevathe, to William Thomas, kt., and Hoell ap Jankyn ap Grono, chaplain, of all right in all lands and tenements, etc., in the parishes of Lanysen and Lanvyangell, in the fee of Usk, which late were of Jevan ap Jankyn ap Ierevathe, her husband. Witnesses: Morgan ap Jankyn ap Phelip, deputy of Uske and Kayrlion, William ap Hoell ap Thomas, master sergeant, William ap Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Madoc, bedel, John ap Jankyn Pers, Jankyn ap Hopkyn ap Sysell. Given at Lanysen.

1192. 22 March 1446 ENFEOFFMENT by William Estfeld, kt., and citizen of London, John Fray, Chief Baron of the King's Exchequer, Henry Frowyk, John Olney, citizen and alderman of the city of London, Thomas Walsyngham, Richard Riche, citizen of the same city, John Wilton, and Roger Byrkes to Richard, Duke of York, William de la Pole, Marquess of Suffolk, Thomas Lord Scales, Andrew Ogard, Thomas Tudenham, William Oldhall, kts., John Harleston, Edmund Mulso, esquires, John Hayden and John Harpidfield of all that tenement with houses, buildings, etc., adjoining, with appurtenances, in the parish of St. James of Garlikhith, London, between the lane formerly called Cressynghamlane now called Sayeslane on the east, the lane called Oxenford lane on the west and extending from the royal way on the north to the river Thomis on the south, which tenement, etc., they late had jointly with Robert large and Hugh dyke, now deceased, by the demise and feoffment of Thomas Catteworth, grocer, John Carpenter, citizen of London, and William Huntyngdon, clerk. Witnessed by seals of Simon Eyre, Mayor of the City of London, John Derby and Geoffrey Feldyng, Sheriffs, Thomas Wandesford, Alderman of that Ward. Witnesses: John Gedney, John Sutton, alderman, John Chirch, Christopher Wartour, John Roys, John Middleton, John Laneham. Given at London. 1814. 1 June 1446 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by John ap Jankyn ap David ap Llewelin to Robert ap David ap Llewelin of al right in the burgage, with buildings, which Robert had of his feoffment in the town of Monemouth in a street called le Monkestrete in breadth between the tenement of the Prior and Covenant of Monemouth on one side and the burgage of William Loffe and Agnes his wife on the other, and extending in length from the said street on one head to the water called Monewe on the other. Witnesses: Edmund Goldesmyth, then mayor of Monemuth, Thomas Coke, Thomas Ornell, John Cok, senior, John Stote, junior.

1815. 1 June 1446 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by John ap Jankyn ap David Llewelin to Robert ap David ap Llewelin, of all right in all lands and tenements, with appurtenances, which he has in the lordship of Monemute. Witnesses: Edmund Goldsmyth, then mayor of the town of Monemute, William Smyth, William Chaloner, Mayrice Clerk, William Loff. Given at Monemouth.

1816. 8 June 1446 GRANT by John ap Jankyn ap David Llewelin to Robert ap David Llewelin of his burgage in Monemouth in the street called Monckestrete (as in No. 1814) rendering annually to the Prior and Covenant of Monemouth 12d. at Michaelmas. Witnesses: Edmund Goldsmyth, then mayor of the town of Monemuth, Thomas Sergeant, Rees Baker, William Luff, William Dior. Given at Monemouth.

1817. 20 July 1446. RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Robert ap David ap Llewelin of Monemoth to Thomas ap Hopkyn ap David ap Llewelin, his son, and William Loffe of Monemouth, mercer, of all right in the burgage, with buildings, which the said Thomas and William had of his feoffment in the town of Monmouth in the street called Monkestrete (as in No.1814). Witnesses: Edmund Goldesmyth, then mayor of the town of Monmouth, Thomas Sergeant, Thomas Ornell, Rees Baker, John Cok, senior.

1392. 29 September 1446 GRANT by Thomas Broun and John Clerk of Badmyngton to John Burnell of Solbury and Margerie, his wife, of their two tenements in Little (Parva) Badmyngton and Yate in co. Gloucester, with all appurtenances which they had of the feoffment of John Burnell. Witnesses: John Botelere, John Kemeys, John Coderyngton, esquires, Thomas Godston, John Boughton, John Halle, William Colyns. Given at Little Badmyngton.

1393. 29 September 1446 COUNTERPART of the above grant.

1818. 12 January 1447 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Edmund Goldesmyth of Monemouth to William Loffe of the same and Agnes, his wife, of all right in a burgage with appurtenances that William Loffe and Agnes his wife purchased of Edward Fuster in the town of Monemouth, and which lies in breadth between the burgage of John Troye on one side and the burgage of Robert Taillour on the other, and extending in length from the high way there which leads from the said town of Monemouth to the meadow called Chepingham on one head and to the ditch called Chapingham diche on the other. Witnesses: Thomas Sergeant, William Marreys, John Stote, Robert Taillour, Thomas Bochour.

803. 1 May 1447 GRANT by John ap Hopkyn ap Seysyll to Ieuan ap Philip ap Ieuan ap Grono of all lands and tenements, meadows, woods and pastures, with appurtenances in a place called Perthkeredik in the parish of Warthacomme, which were in the tenure of Ieuan Lloyd and Ieuan Melyn; 4 ½ acres of land in the said land called Tiercroghan, to revert to grantor on default of a lawful heir. Rent: 2s. 6d. per annum on the Sunday after Michaelmas, suit of court, relief. Witnesses: William ap Philip ap Ieuan ap Grono, Mc ap Ioruerth ap Ieuan, Mc a Grono.

809. 1 May 1447 COUNTERPART of the above grant.

1819. 26 June 1447 GRANT by Thomas Dyer, otherwise called Thomas Tanner of Monemouth to William Loffe, mercer, and John Stotte, junior, of all lands, tenements and burgages, etc., with appurtenances which he has within the town and lordship of Monemouth. Witnesses: Thomas Sergeant, Thomas Ornell, Philip Marreys, Rees Baker, William Feld. Given at Monemouth.

1708. 22 October 1447 GRANT by William Herbert to Jankyn Gwallter of Lanyssen of 3 parcels of land, arable and wool, with appurtenances, in the parish of Lanysen in the lordship of Usk, one parcell called Tyre Ieuan ap Madoc and extending in length between the meadow called Gweyrlod Ieuan ap Madoc on one head and land formerly of Eva vergh Yorerth on the other; the 2nd parcel called Erenys vaght; the 3rd parcel of land and wood called tyre akeede, to hold under the fee of Lanveyr in the parish of Lanyssen. Rent: 4s. 4d. per annum at Michaelmas, suit of court of Lanveyr, relief. Witnesses: Howell ap Gruffith ap Gwalter, Jankyn ap Phelip Adam, Jankyn ap Gwalter. Given at Llanveyre.

1820. 28 October 1447 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Thomas ap Hopkin ap David ap Llewelin of Monemouth to William Loffe, of the same, mercer, of all right in all that burgage, with buildings and appurtenances that they late had jointly of the feoffment of Robert ap David ap Llewelin, his father, in the town of Monemouth in a street called le Monkestrete (as in No. 1814). Witnesses: Thomas Sergeant, Thomas Coke, Thomas Ornell, Edmund Goldesmyth, Philip Marreys.

1443. 1 December 1447 GRANT by Howel ap Jac Meuric and Johanna, the daughter of Ieuan ap Grono, his wife, to Ieuan ap Llewelin ap Roppert of Penho on both sides and extending from a field called Penhoysfield behind to the Royal way before. Witnesses: Thomas robynet, John Hosskyn, William Sayre.

1444. 11 August 1448 POWER OF ATTORNEY by William Herbert to Hoell ap Gruffuth ap Walter to deliver seisin to Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Iorwerth ap Hoell of a messuage called Garth Morkee and Lleurnath with 2 parcels of arable land with appurtenances. Given at Raglan. cf. No. 1685

973. 4 November 1449 GRANT by Hoell ap Meurik ap David ap Adam to Wilcok ap Seisill and Nest the daughter of Ieuan ap Gruffyth, his wife, of a tenement of land, arable, meadow and wood, with appurtenances, in the parish of Wolvysnewton, and in the fee of Usk, namrly in length between the land of Thomas ap Dauyd on one head, and the hill called Hendre whith on the other, in breadth between the land of Morgan ap Llewelin on one side and the land of John ap Thomlyn on the other. Witnesses: Henry ap Gruffyth. Steward of Uske, William ap Hopkyn, chief sergeant, Jankyn ap Meuryk ap Ieuan ap Madoc, John ap Ieuan ap Hopkyn, Meuryk ap Ieuan ap Mc, Meuryk ap Ioruerth ap Eynon, Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Eynon. Given at Wolvysnewton.

839. 24 November 1449 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by David Louyd of Lamarten, and Leyky, his wife to Jankyn ap Howell Coys and Thomas Cradok of Penycoyt of all right in a tenement of 6 acres of bond land in the lordship of the Bishop of Llandaff at the fford' which formerly was in the tenure of lleyky doly with appurtenances. Witnesses: Howel ap Wylkit, Llewelin ap Grono ap Thomas, Robert ap Grono ap Yuor. Given at the fforde.

982. 2 December 1449 COPY COURT ROLL, Matherne. Court of the hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, before Lewis ap David Phelipp, steward, Llewelin ap David Gruffith ap Ieuan Hagour, gave the lord 6d. for fine for entry into a cottage with appurtenances in Lanveir, opposite the gate of the castle of Lanveire. Rent: 2d. per annum at Michaelmas, suit of court once a year namely at the court next after Michaelmas; relief.

1780. 1 June 1450 RELEASE AND QUITCLAI, by Thomas ap Hoell ap Thomas to John ap Ioruerth Vaghan and Walter ap Hoell ap Adam of all right in all lands and tenements, with appurtenances, which were of Meuric ap Ieuan Vaghan and formerly of Meuric ap Madoc Iorwerth in the lordship of Dyngastowe. Witnesses: Ieuan ap gwilim ap Hoell, Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Meuruc, David ap Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Meuric. Given at Dyngastowe.

840. 12 October 1450 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Jankyn ap Howell Coys and Thomas Cradok of Penycoyt to Ieuan ap Howell of the parish of Lamarten of a tenement and 6 acres pf bond land in the lordship of the Bishop of Llandaf at the Forde which was formerly in the tenure of Lleyky doly and late in tenure of David Llouyd of Lamarten with appurtenances. Witnesses: Howell ap Grono ap Yuor. Given at the Forde.

1358. 3 November 1450 GRANT by William Hebert, Lord of Raglan, to Thomas ap Meuric ap David of a messuage and 17 ½ acres of land, meadow and wood with appurtenances in the parish of Lantesoye and in the fee of Uske, he messuage and 11 ½ acres of land, meadow and wood, late in the tenure of Maeuric ap David, father of the said Thomas, and a messuage and 6 acres of land late in the tenure of Ieuan ap Gruffuth Goch, and it lies there in several parcels, and lying between the stream called Nate Capragh on one side and the stream called Nante persyn on the other, one head abutting on the way calle fforthe Glo, the other on the stream called Pielth. Witnesses: Jankyn ap Ieuan ap John, Meuric ap Ieuan a Meuric, John ap Ieuan ap Hopkyn. Seal.

586. 12 February 1451 POWER OF ATTORNEY by Robert Thomas, clerk, to John ap Richard, clerk, and William Mayell, to deliver seisin to William Herbert, son and heir of William Thomas, kt., and Anne his wife, of the manor of Wysham with appurtenances in the lordship of Monemouth and in all lands and tenements, burgages, rents and services, with appurtenances in Wisham, Monemouth and within the lordship of Monemouthm Whitecastle, Grossmont, Skenfrith and Lanteliowe Cressenny, according to the form and effect of their charter to William Herbert and Anne, his wife. Given at Monemouth.

232. 5 August 1451. POWER OF ATTORNEY by William Herbert, esq., lord of Raglan, to John ap Gwilim, his brother, to deliver to David ap Ieuan lase and Nest, his wife, possesion and seisin in 43 acres of land in the parish of Llangenoke formerly of Gr. Dorllage, which 33 acres (sic) with appurtenances the said David had purchased of him. Given at Raglan. Seal (fractured).

1359. 6 August 1451. GRANT by William Herbert, Lord of Raglan, to David ap Ieuan Lase and Nest, his wife of 43 acres of land, meadow and wood, with appurtenances in the fee of Usk and in he parish of Llangonok, as lie in these in several places, 40 acres of land formerly in the tenure of Ioruerth ap Ieuan Lase, and 3 acres of land formerly in the tenure of Hopkyn ap Ioruerth ap David. Rent: 7s. 2d. per annum on the Sunday after Michaelmas and relief and suit of Court. Witnesses: Henry Gryffith, Steward of Usk, John ap Harry, his deputy, William ap Hopkyn, master sergeant, Hoel ap Gr ap Guallter, Meurik ap Ieuan ap Mc. Given at Raglan. Seal.

983. 18 January 1452 COPY COURT ROLL, Wolfysnewton. At the Court of Roger ap Hoell ap Thomas, lord there, before John ap Guillim, steward. John ap Ieuan ap Eignon claims to hold of the lord 4 acres of arable land, which lie in four parcels in the parish of Wolfysnewton, called Tyre Troyd, Goesgen, Tyre powllgrefellec, Enyebrydd, at an annual rent of 12d. at Michaelmas, suit of court, relief, and showed a charter of feoffment of John ap Gwillim Jenkyn made to him thereon: which charter given at Forthavaynor' 10 October 9 Henry VI (1430). He gives the Lord 6d. to have six men to enquire whether he has good estate by his said charter or not. The jurors ( named) say that he has a good estate. John is admitted and does fealty. 1521. 27 April 1452 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by John ap Rosser ap John to William Herbert of Raglan, esq., of all right in 3 parcels of land with appurtenances in the lordship of Bergevenny and parish of Lantilo perthaloge called Tyreycommey, Kaerffa, and Tonnemargh, and of 3s. 7d. annual rent issuing from a tenement formerly of Hoell ap David Goz in the said lordship and parish, which land and rent he late had of the feoffment of Robert Neyle and William, his son and heir. Witnesses: Morgan ap David ap Guillim, Philip ap Thomas ap Guillim, William ap Ieuan ap Thomas, Hoell ap David ap Ieuan Vaughan, Richars Seys. Given at Mayndyff.

1565. 12 September 1452 MEMORANDUM that in the King's Exchequer of Monmouth before Hugh Hunteley, the King's Receiver and Chancellor there, John Cooke, senior, surrendered all that meadow with appurtenances, lying in the parish of Monemouth between Walkemylhome, the land of William Scoryour late of John Colston, and the royal way leading from Monemouth to Obaston on all sides, which John Cooke among other lands and tenements late had of the King's grant by the Rolls of the Sessions held at Monemouth 4 September 26 Henry VI (1447) before William, Marques of Suffolk, Ralph Pole, William Cotton. Walter Cozfen, Thomas Yonge and others, the King's intinerant justices, under seal of the Exchequer of Monmouth to him John Cooke and his heirs, freely for ever, by the rents and services due, to the use of John Percyvale. Fine for licence of entry 12d. Seal.

1821. 20 January 1453 BOND by Lewis Power, burgess of the town of Monemouth, to William Luff in 20 marks to be paid at the feast of St. Peter in Cathedra next. 1822. 5 February 1453 GRANT by Lewis Power, burgess of the borough of Monemouth, to William Luf of the same and Agnes his wife, of his built burgage in Monemouth in the street called Monovstrete, which burgage lies in breadth between the burgage of Philip Morreis on both sides and extending in length from the said street on one head to the ditch of the town of Monemouth called Chepinghal is diche on the other. Witnesses: Thomas Sergeant, Thomas Coke, John ap Rees, Thomas Bouchour, Thomas ap David. Given at Monemouth.

1823. 4 March 1453 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Lewis Powez, burgess of the borough of Monemouth to William Luff on the same town and Agnes, his wife, of all right in a built burgage (as in No. 1822). Witnesses: Thomas Sergeant, Thomas Coke, John ap Rees, Thomas Ornull, Thomas Bouchour. Given at Monemouth.

1824. 3 June 1453 GRANT by John Douer, perpetual vicar of the church o St. Mary, Monemouth to William Luff and Agnes, his wife, of two tenements lying together, which he has in Monemouth in a street called Monkestrete, next le Caldicote, which tenements lie in breadth between the tenement of Rees Filly and Lucy, his wife, on one side and the tenement of the said William Luff on the other, and extending in length from the said street on one head to a certain parcel of land William Herbert, kt., on the other. Witnesses: Thomas Coke, Edmund le Goldesmyth, Rees Filly, John Stote, junior, John Cachemaid. Given at Monemouth.

410. 10 June 1454 GRANT by John ap Thomlyn, junior, to John Guilim, esq., of all lands and tenements, reversions and rents, and services, meadows, etc. homages, reliefs, heriots, escheats, courts, suits of court, both of fee and bond, views of frankpledge, customs, etc. which he has in the parish of Lanfihangell Kenan in the lordship of Uske, to hold of chief lords of the fee by the due right and accustomed services. Witnesses: William Herbert, kt., Steward of Uske, John ap Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Madoc, master sergeant, John ap Meuric ap Meuric ap Madoc, Howell ap Grufffith ap Gwallter, Maurice ap Ieuan ap Meuric. Given at Llanvihangell Kenan.

411. 13 June 1454 RELEASE by John ap Thomlyn, junior, to John ap Guilim, esq., of his right etc., in all lands, etc. (as in No. 410). Witnesses: John ap Meuric ap Madoc, Hoell ap Gruffith ap Gwalter, Maurice ap Ieuan ap Meuric, Hoell ap Meuric Willy, John ap Hoell Willy. Given at Llanvihangell Kenan.

1614. 21 September 1454 GRANT by Agnes, the daughter of David ap Guillym ap Meuric of Monemouth, in pure virginity and full age, to Thomas ap David ap Guillim ap Meuric of the same, her brother, of the free tenement, with appurtenances, which she had of the grant of the said David ap Guillym, her father, within the borough and parishes of Monemouth, as appears more fully in his will, which free tenement lies beyond Monewe, in breadth between the highway which leads from the bridge of Monewe to the Cross there on one side, and the lane there next the cemetery of St. Thomas the Martyr, called le Waterlode on the other, and extending in length from the tenement of Robert ap David vrace on one head to the tenement of the said Thomas ap David ap Guillim on the other. Witnesses: Thomas Sergeant, esq., Thomas Ornell, John ap Phelpot, John ap Morys, Hugh ap Ieuan ap Griffith. Given at Monmouth.

1590. 3 October 1454 GRANT by Jankyn ap Hoell ap Ieuan ap Meirryk to Hoell ap Thomas ap Meurik ap Gwyon of a tenement and a parcel of land, arable, meadow, wood and pasture, with appurtenances, in the parish pf Wolusneyton, in length between the stream called Pyll on one head and the land of John ap Gwelim Jankyn the late called Thonne maur on the other, in breath between the stream called Nant tire a Gove on one side and the land alte of Hoell ap Llewelin ap Adam on the other. Witnesses: Meuryl ap Ieuan ap Meuryk, William ap Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Eynon, Grono ap Meuryk ap Ioruerth ap Eynon.

414. 3 February 1455 POWER OF ATTORNEY by John ap Thomlyn, lord of Llanhoell of Trahayren ap Ieuan Vaghan to deliver seisin to Thomas ap Gwelim, esq., of all land, etc. homages, etc. (as in No. 413).

412. 12 March 1455 GRANT by John ap Robyn Grono to Sir David ap Guilim ap Thomas, rector of Edeton, of a messuage, 10 ½ acres of land, with appurtenances in Edeton, formerly of Grono Vaghan and Philip Richard in Edeton, to hold of the chief lords of that fee. Witnesses: Morgan ap Jac Philip, Edward ap David Lloyd, Robert ap Ieuan ap David ap Meuric. Given at Edeton.

1283. 29 June 1455 GRANT by David ap Howell ap Philip Thomas to John ap Meuric ap Ieuan ap Madoc and Nest vergh Gruffith his wife pf 3 parcels of land with appurtenances, which he late had of the feoffment of Wilcoke ap Seysill, in the parish of Lanvihangell Kenan and fee of Caldicot, of which one parcel of land lies in length between the land of the said David ap Hoell and John ap Meuric on one head, and the stream called Nante Croysarede on the other, in breadth between the land of the said John ap Meuric on both sides; the second parcel lies in length between the way which leads form Wolfysnewton to Monemouth on one head and the said stream on the other, in breadth between the land of the said John on both sides; the third parcel lies in length between the land of the said David on one head and the land of the said John on the other, in breadth between the land of the said John ap Meuric on both sides. Witnesses: Howel ap Gruffith ap Gwalllter, Wilcoke ap Seysyll, Maurice ap Ieuan ap Meuric, Philip ap Adam ap David gove, John ap Jemkyn ap Meuric. Given at Llanvyhangell Kenan.

1108. 10 August 1455 GRANT by Richard ap Howell ap Thomas ap Ioruerthe and Johanna, his wife, to William ap Howell ap Thomas ap Yoruerth and the lawful heirs of his body of a tenement and two crofts of arable land and one parcel of meadow with appurtenances, which tenement with appurtenances lies in the parish of Landesoy in the fee and lordship of Uske, in length between the lands called Garthehoby on one head, and the land called Tyre e gayre on the other, in breadth between the land called Tyregayre on one side and the land called Crofte hoby on the other; one croft called Tyre acoppa, another called Tyre a Calche, the parcel of meadow called weyrlod Newith. In default of lawful heirs to revert to donor and his heirs. Witnesses: Sir William Herbert, kt., Steward of Usk, John ap Gwelim and Trahayron ap Ieuan ap Meuric, his deputies, John ap Jemkyn ap Ieuan ap Mc., master sergeant, John ap Phelip Meuric, William ap Phelip ap Ieuan ap Grono, Ieuan ap Gwelim ap Jemkyn. Given at Landesoy.

343. 1 October 1455 MEMORANDUM OF SURRENDER by John ap Philip ap Thomlin of Monemouth, in the Exchequer of Monemouth, before the Receiver and Chancellor, of two acres of free land with appurtenances late of Philip Bonde, lying in the field under the Castellgroue, in breadth between the lands of Thomas Ornell, and the meadow of Robert Taylor, and the burgage there near the Synderhille on both sides, and extending in length, from the grove called the Castellgroue, and the lands of Thomas Sergeant on one head, to the ditch called horsendiche on the other. Admittance of Thomas Ornell before the Receiver. Fine for entry, 6d. Given at Monemouth.

842. 11 December 1455 GRANT by Thomas ap Llewelin ap Howell Coys to Lewis Vaghan ap Llewelin ap Howell Coys of a messuage and 5 acres of arable land with appurtenances which Gr' Joy formerly held at Henru in the parish of Kemmeys in the lordship of Strugull, the messuage and 3 acres of land lying in length between the way leading from Landeok' to the park of Kemmeys on the other, in breath between the land of Robert Bottone on one side and the land of Ieuan ap Guilim Seysyll on the other; the other 2 acres of land lies in length between the highway which leads fro Strugull to Newport on one head and the land of Robert Bottone on the other, in breadth between the way which leads from Landevach to the park of Kemeys on one side and the land called Tyre a Croys on the other, to be held of the chief lord of the fee at annual rent of 12d. at Michaelmas, suit of court, relief. Witnesses: John Hoyskyn of Penho, Philip ap David ap Rosser, Roger Leyson, John ap Jemkyn ap Gruffith Goch, Howell Leyson. Given at Henru.

413. 2 February 1456 GRANT by John ap Thomlyn, senior, lord of Lanllowell to John ap Gwellim, esq., of all right in all lands and tenements, reversions, rents, services, meadows, feedings, pastures, woods and wastes, warrens, gardens, cottages, curtilages, homages, reliefs, heriots, escheats, courts and suits of court both free and bond, views of frankpledge, customs, liberties, commodities and all other appurtenances which John ap Gwelim late had and purchased of him in Llanvyhangell Kenan in the lordship of Uske as by charter of feoffment appears. Given at Llanvyhangell Kenan. Witnesses: Howel ap Gruffith ap Gwallter, John ap Meuric ap Ieuan ap Madoc, Maurice ap Ieuan ap Meuric, David ap Ieuan ap Yoruerth, John ap Adam ap David Ove.

1615. 21 May 1456 GRANT by Thomas ap David ap Guillim of Monemouth to Richard ap David ap Guillim, his brother, of that built burgage, with appurtenances, in Little Monemouth, between the cemetery there on one side and the burgage late of John Hoper on the other, and extending in length from a street leading from the chapel of St. Thomas the Martyr to le Sinderhille on one head, to the water of Monowe on the other. Witnesses: Edmund Goldesmyth, mayor of the town of Monemouth, Thomas Sergeant, john ap Rees, Walter ap Rosser, John ap Philpot, Howel ap Gruffith, John ap Moris. Given at Monemouth.

223. 14 November 1456 GRANT by John ap Gwillym of Vtton, esq., to William ap Meuric Keneryc, of two parcels of arable land, with appurtenances, in the parish and fee of Wolfeysnewton, in the lordship of Uske, of which one parcel is called Erokevyntre and lies in length between the land of the said William on one head and the land called Pollakevyntre on the other and in breadth between the lands of the said William on both sides; the second parcel lies in length between the way from Wolfysnewton to the bridge of Wyneford on one head and the land of the said William on both sides; at a rent of 3d. per annum at Michaelmas and suit of court at Wolfysnewton and relief. Witnesses: William Herbert, kt., Steward of Uske, John ap Jeinkyn ap Ieuan Madoc, master sergeant, Grono ap Meuric ap Yorweth, William ap Jeinkyn ap Ieuan ap Eignon, Howell ap Thomas ap Meuric ap Gwyan. Given at Wolfysewton.

974. 4 January 1457 GRANT by John ap Guillim, esq., to David ap Philip Ieuan ap Meuric of a croft of land and a parcel of land, with appurtenances, in the parish and in the fee of Wolfesnewton in the lordship of Usk, which croft lies in length between the stream called Nant morys on one head and the way which leads from Wolfesnewton to Newchurch on the other, in breadth between the lands formerly of John ap Gwillim Jenkyn on both parts; the said parcel of land lies in length in the field called Mayspenawernen between the said way on one head and the land of the rector of Wolfesnewton on the other, in breadth between the land of the said John ap Gwillim Jenkin on one part and the land called Ero gogh on the other; another little parcel of land lying in the said field in length between the said way on one head and the land of William ap John Oweyn on the other, in breadth between the lands of the said John ap Gwillim Jenkin on both sides. Rent: 10d. per annum at Michaelmas, suit of court at his court of Wolfesnewton, relief. Witnesses: Thomas ap Ieuan Waghan ap Ieuan goch, William ap Seysill, Seisill ap Gylbert, Robert ap Ieuan ap Yoruerth, William ap Jeinkyn ap Ieuan ap Eignon. Given at Wolfesnewton.

521. 12 June 1457 GRANT by John ap Jenkyn ap Ieuan ap Madoc, esq., to David ap Robert ap Ieuan ap Iorwerth, of five parcels of land, arable, meadow and wood, with appurtenances, formerly of Philip ap Ieuan ap Iorwerth in the parish of Wolfesnewton in the lordship of Usk, of which one parcel lies in length between the way which leads from Wolfesnewton to Newchurch (novam ecclesiam) on one head and the stream called Nant Madoc on the other, in breadth between the land of Howell ap Philip ap Ieuan ap Iorwerth on one side and the said stream on the other; the second parcel lying in breadth between the land of the rector of Wolfesnewton on one side and the land late of Thomas ap Ieuan Vaghan on the other, one head abutting on the way which leads from Wolfesnewton to Wentwood and the other on land of he said Howell ap Philip; the third parcel lying in length and breadth between the land of the said Howell ap Philip on all sides; the fourth parcel lies in length between the land of the said Howell ap Philip on one head and the land of John ap John Gwilim on the other, and the stream called Nant baret on the other, in breadth between the land of William ap John Oewyn on one side and the land of the said Howell ap Philip on the other; the fifth parcel lying in length between the way which leads from Wolfes Newton to Newchurch on one head and the stream called Nant Rodery on the other, in breadth between the lands of the said William ap John on one side and the land of the said David ap Robert on the other, rendering 4s. 8d. per annum on the Sunday after Michaelmas, and relief. Witnesses: Robert ap Ieuan ap Iorwerth, David ap Philip ap Ieuan ap Meuric, John ap David ap Gruffith ap Grono.

522. 17 June 1457 POWER OF ATTORNEY by John ap Jankyn ap Ieuan to Thomas ap Ieuan Vychan of the parish of Kylgorrok to deliver seisin to David ap Robert of lands lying in the parish of Wolvesnewton.

843. 28 July 1457 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by John ap Ieuan ap Grono ap Ithell of Lank[ cadwalader] to Ieuan ap Howell ap Ieuan ap Philip of the Forde of all right in a tenement and 16 acres of land and meadow, with appurtenances, at the Forde and Lamarten, which descended to him in hereditary right after the death of Ieuan ap Grono ap Ithell, his father. Witnesses: John ap Gwillim, esq., Steward of Lank[cadwalader], Morgan ap Jankyn ap Phelyp, esq., David Hayward, Howell ap Wilcoc, Ieuan ap Adam Machewith, William Meurik, Howell ap Llewelin. Given at the Forde.

1828. 23 January 1458 GRANT by Geoffrey Hoper of Little Dene (parva dena) to John ap Gwillim, esq., of a free tenement, with curtilage adjoining, with appurtenances in the liberties and franchises of Calidcot with Robert Hew, his brother, late had of the feoffment of John Webbe and Elene his wife, in Caldcot, lying together, in breadth between the tenement of John Comer smyth on one side and the tenement of William ?Symall' and Gryuffith ap David on the other, one head abutting on the common way from the highway of the said town to church there, the other on the footway leading from the field of Westend to the said church. Witnesses: Thomas Lewys, esq., Thomas Robynet, George Derneford, John Valeys, John Baker, John Atkyn, William Baye. Given at Caldecot.

1725. 6 February 1458 GRANT by William ap Davyd Nicoll to John ap Guillim ap Ieuan hene of all lands and tenements, etc., with appurtenances in the lordship and fee of Uske, in the parishes of Uske and Methenny which descended to him hereditarily after the death of David ap Richard late his father. Witnesses: William Herbert, kt., steward of Uske, John ap Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Madoc, master sergeant, Jankyn ap Hopkyn ap Adam, John ap Howell ap Ieuan ap Guilim, and John ap Ieuan Lya. Given at Uske.

415. 1 May 1458 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Ieuan ap John John to John ap Guillim of Itton, esq., in a croft of arable land, Tyre a stavell, formerly of Philip ap John his father in the parish of Llanvihangell Kenan lying in length between the way leading from Wolfesnewton to Hendre Whith on one head and the land of the said John ap Gwillim on the other. Witnesses: Sir William Herbert, kt., steward of the lordship of Uske, John ap Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Madoc, chief sergeant, Howell ap Gr' ap Gwallter, Maurice ap Ieuan ap Mc, Wilcoke ap Seysill. Given at Llanvihangell Kenan.

416. 6 June 1438 GRANT by Richard ap Morgan of Scherenewton to Joh ap Guillim of Itton, esq ., of a parcel of land, with appurtenances, which he had of the feoffment of John ap Ieuan ap Grono of Scherenewton, lying in the parish of Scherenewton, between the meadow of David Toppyn, on one head, and the stream called Polmericysbroke on the other, in breadth between the way leading from Scherenewton to the same stream on one side and a croft of David Toppyn on the otherm to hold of the chief lord of that fee. Witnesses: Trahayron ap Ieuan Vaghan, Howell ap Thomas ap David ap Hoell, Philip Basset, John Seuell, Nicholas Heyn. Given at Scherenewton.

1685. 11 August 1458 GRANT by William Herbert to Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Ioruerth ap Hoell of a messuage called Garth morkee and Ller Nuath lying between the lands of John ap Ieuan called Perllan on one head and the tenement of the said Jankyn on the other, in length and in breadth between the stream called Olwy on one side and the way leading from Werne vaur to Trillek and the land of John ap Ieuan called Garth vaur' on the other; also two parcels of arable land, of which one is called Tir atkyn lying between the place called Hen gantee on one head and the land called Tir preesk on the other in length, and in breadth between the land called Crofte Gleysor on one side and the land called Crofte person on the other; the other parcel called is Tir ffournne lying between the way called Fforth las on one side and the land called Tir Egollen on the other in breadth and in length between the land of Lloarch ap Meuruc on one head and the land of John ap Gr vaghan on the other, to hold under the fee of Llanveir in the parish of Llanysen in the lordship of Usk. Rent: 2s. 8d. per annum at Michaelmas, suit of court of Llanveir, relief, and other services as other free tenants. Witnesses: Hoell ap Gruffuth ap Walter, Jankyn ap Philip ap Adam, Jenkyn ap Walter. Given at Llanveir.

984. 31 December 1458 GRANT by John ap Gwilim of Itton, esq., to Howell ap Philip ap Ieuan ap Yoruerth of two parcels of land, arable and wood, with appurtenances, of which one parcel of land lies in the parish of Wolfesnewton in the lordship of Uske, in length between the lands of David ap Robert on one head and the land of Thomas ap Ieuan Vaghan on the other, in breadth between the land of the said Howell on one side and the land of John ap Jankyn on the other; another parcel of land and wood lying there in a place called Parke Symon' between the land of the said John ap Jemkyn on one side and the land of a John ap Guilim on the other, in length between the land of Thomas ap Ieuan vaghan and John ap Jemkyn on one head, and the stream called Nant wernevadot on the other. Rent: 2s. per annum at Michaelmas, suit of Court at Wolfesnewton, relief. Witnesses: Roger ap Hoell ap Thomas, Sir Howell ap Yoruerth, chaplain, John ap Meuric ap Ieuan ap Md., Seisill ap Gylbert, John ap Gwillim Meuric. Given at Wolfesnewton.

1193. 12 November 1459 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by William Yeluerton, a justice of the King's Bench, to John Yonge, grocer, and William Hulyn, alderman. citizens of the city of London, and William Venoure, Thomas Younge of Bristol, gent,. John Plommer, George Ireland, John Basyngthwayt and John Maldon, citizens and grocers of London, for them and the heirs and assigns of John Yonge, of all right in a tenement with houses, etc. adjoining and all appurtenances late called the Kyngestelers, in the parish of St. James of Garlykithe, London (as in No. 1192).

1709. 4 February 1460 GRANT by John ap Davyd ap Gruffith of the parish of Lanysshen to Jankyn ap Philip ap Adam of the same of his messuage with a parcel of arable land annexed to the messuage, in the lordship of Uske in the parish pf Lanysshen, in length between the highway leading from Trillek to Uske on the other, in breadth between the hill called Meneth Llanmyhangell on one side and the way leading from the house of John ap Ioruerth bagh to the cross called Crois Nevith on the other. Witnesses: William Herbert, kt., steward of Uske, John ap Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Madoc, master sergeant, Grigge ap Ieuan ap Jankyn, John ap Ioruerth bagh, Richard ap John ap Ieuan, Jankyn ap Gwallter, Howell ap John ap Ieuan. Given at Lanysshen.

344. 5 June 1460 GRANT by Hugh Hunteley to Thomas Libik of Monmouth, of 8 acres of arable land with appurtenances, in the field called Warretrhull in the fee of Haddenok, which 8 acres he lately had of the grant of John ap Philpot of Monemouth. Witnesses: Thomas Sergeant, William Luffe, Robert Taillor, Richard Rosier, William Cok. Given at Monemouth. [cf. No.358, p.366]

975. 7 August 1460 GRANT by Maurice ap Ieuan ap Meuric to John ap Gwelim of Itton, esq., of a tenement, with three gardens annexed, with appurtenances which lie in the parish of Llanvyhangell Kenan, in the lordship of Uske, in breadth between the cemetery of Lanvyhangel on one side and the way which leads from Hendrewhithe to Lanvyhangell on the other, one head abutting on the land of Howell ap Gruffith ap Gwallter and the other on the said cemetery; also a croft of land belonging to the said tenement called Kay Madoc. Witnesses: Howel ap Gruffith ap Gwalter, Daid ap Ieuan ap Yoruerth, Henry ap Gruffith ap Meuric, John ap Adam ap David ove, John ap Mc ap Madoc. Given at Lanvyhangell.

841. 20 October 1460 GRANT by Edmund ap Howell ap Jenkyn to Lewis Vaghan ap Llewelin Coys of a messuage and 2 acres of land, arable and meadow, which he lately had of the feoffment of Robert Bottone at Henrew in the parish of Kemeys in the lordship of Strugull, lying between the way leading from Strugull to Newport on one side and the lands of the Bishop of Llandaff on the other. Witnesses: Robert Bottone, Roger Leyson, Thomas ap Meuric ap Gruffith vaghan. Given at Henrew.

562. 5 October 1461 ACKNOLEDGMENT by John Bowlyers of Penho, esq., of a receipt from John ap Gwyllym of Itton, esq., of £10 due to him under a bond.

224. 1 November 1461 GRANT by Richard ap David ap Gruffith of Wolfisnewton, to John ap Gwilym Mc, of a tenement and three gardens in Wolfisnewton in the lorship of Uske, the tenement and a garden lying together in length between a lane lying on one side of the rectory of Wolfisnewton on one head and a meadow of the rector on the other, and in breadth between the land of the rector on one side and the land of John ap Guillim ap Mc on the other, the second garden lying in length between the land of the said rector on one head and the land of Johan verch Iorwerth on the other, and in breadth between the land of Richard ap Thomas on one side and the land of the said Johan on the other, the third garden lying in length between the land of Johan verch Iorwerth on one head and the land of the said Johan on the other and in breadth between the land of the said Johan on one side and the way leading from the cross called Tonawaroyva to the church of Wolfisnewton on the other. Witnesses: Roger ap Hoell ap Thomas, John ap Mc ap Madoc, and Robert ap Ieuan ap Iorwerth. Given at Wolfisnewton.

233. 1 Novemeber 1461 GRANT by John ap Gwilim of Itton, esq., to Richard ap David ap Gruffith and Alice, his wife, of a tenement and 3 gardens of land in the parish of Wolfesnewton in the lordship of Usk and two parcels of land, arable and meadow in the same parish (details of the tenement and three gardens as in No. 224), one parcel of the land lying in length between the land of Seysill ap Gylbert on one head and the way leading from Langome to Wolfesnewton on the other and in breadth between the land of the said Seisill ap Gylbert on one side and the land of the rector of Wolves Newton on the other; the other parcel of land and meadow called Croft Edwyn lying in length between the lands called Gwerne a gayr on one head, and the land of Seysill Gylbert on the other, and in breath between the lands of David ap Meuric whithe, and the land of Grono ap Meuric on one side, and the said John ap Gwillim esq., and which leads from Langomme to the church of Wolfesnewton on the other, at a rent of 5s. 2d. per annum, suit of court and relief. Witnesses: Roger ap Hoell ap Thomas, John ap Meuric ap Madoc, Grono ap Meuric ap Yorwerth, Seisill ap Gylbert, Robert ap Ieuan ap Yorwerth. Given at Wolfesnewton.

927. 12 May 1463 GRANT by Richard ap David Vaghan ap David ap Rune, lord of Penclauth', to William ap Hopkyn ap Adam, of the free tenement, with all lands, meadows, feedings, pastures and all other appurtenances, formerly in the tenure of Robert Thorne and Nest his wife and which he late had in open court of the gift, grant and feoffment of Philip ap Hopkyn Thorne, lying within his manor of Penclauth in the lordship of Usk, next the highway which leads from Monemouth to Usk. Rent: 6d. per annum at Michaelmas; and suit of court. Witnesses: Thomas ap Hoskyn, John ap Griffith, John Irvill, Maurice ap Henry, Thomas Hoper. Given at Penclauth. Seal.

976. 27 May 1464 GRANT by Lewis son of Philip Vaghan of Lancaute and Crisly daughter of John ap Ieuan ap Hopkyn of Llanvihangell Kenan, his wife, to John ap Guillim of Itton, esq., of their purparty in all lands and tenements formerly of John ap Ieuan ap Hopkyn in the parish of Llanvihangell Kenan, in the lordship of Usk, which descended to Crisly by hereditary right on the death of the said John, her father. Witnesses: William, Lord Herbert, steward of Usk, John ap Jenkyn ap Madoc, chief sergeant, Howell ap Gruffuth ap Gwalter, John ap Meuric ap Madoc, Maurice ap Ieuan ap Meuric. Given at Llanvihangell Kenan.

977. 3 June 1464 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Lewis son of Vaghan of Lancaute, and Cresly daughter of John ap Ieuan ap Hopkyn of Lanvihangell Kenan, his wife, to John ap Guillim of Itton, esq., of all right in all lands and tenements, with appurtenances, formerly of the said John ap Ieuan ap Hopkyn (as in No. 976). Witnesses: William, Lor Herbert, Steward of Usk, John ap Jemkyn ap Ieuan ap Madoc, chief sergeant, Howell ap Gruffith ap Gwallter, John ap Meuric ap Madoc, Maurice ap Ieuan ap Meuric. Given at Lanvihangell Kenan.

770. 5 July 1464. POWER OF ATTORNEY by John ap Jenkyn ap Ieuan ap Madoc, esq., to Sir Howell ap Yoruerth, rector of Wolfesnewton, to put John ap Gwillim of Itton, esq., in full seisin of a tenement with appurtenances at Bryndehyrog called Tyre Abyderyn in the parish of Wolfesnewton in the lordship of Usk. Given at Bryndehyrog.

234. 20 October 1464 GRANT by Jenkyn ap John ap Gwillim of Kemmes, to Jenkyn ap Meryk ap Md., of three parcels of land in the parish of Wolfesnewton and lordship of Uske, of which the first is called Ynes vagh and lies between the stream of Pell and the land of the said Jankyn Mereke on both heads; the third parcel called tere llewerne lies above and below the wy leading from the church of lansoy to Devawden and in breadth between the lands of Roger ap Hoel ap Thomas, the land of the said Jankyn ap Meryke ap Md., and the stream of Pell on all sides, at 18d. per annum. Witnesses: Roger ap Hoel ap Thomas, the land of the said Jankyn ap Meryke ap Md., and the stream of Pell on all sides, at 18d. per annum. Witnesses: Roger ap Hoel ap Thomas, grono ap meryk, David ap Hoel Phelip. Given at Wolvesnewton.

161. 6 November 1464 GRANT by William Morgan of Magor, esq. to Lewis Coyse, of 3 acres of land with appurtenances with their annual rent, in Henrewe in the parish of Kemeyse, of which one acre lies in the close of Lewis Coyse called the Arles, and two acres in another close of Lewis called Tirecroyse. Witnesses: Robert Botton; William ap Thomas ap Mereck, Jevan ap Mc ap Griffith Vaghan; Roger Lysant; Thomas ap Mereck. Dated at Henrewe.

418. RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Katerin the daughter of John ap Ieuan ap Hopkyn of Llanvihangell Kenan to John ap Gwillim ap Ilton, esq., of all his right in lands and tenements, etc., which were of John ap Ieuan ap Hopkyn, her father, in the parish of Llanvihangell kenan, in the fee and lordship of Usk. Witnesses: William, Lord Herbert, Steward of the lordship of Usk, John ap Jenkyn ap Ieuan ap Madoc, Phillip ap Adam ap David Ove. Given at Llanvihangell kenen.

727. 25 June 1465 GRANT by Miles ap Harrie, esq., to Yarrowth ap Hoell ap Ieuan ap Meyrick, otherwise called Edward ap Hoell ap Ieuan ap Merick, of a parcel of land, arable, meadow and wood, with appurtenances, in the parish of Trostre hence in the lordship of Uske in length between the lands called ?Creik…. on one head of the land called Tire mabthlegat on the other, in breadth between the land called Pant Kayball and the land called Tire paine on one side and the stream called Gwenfrode on the other. Rent: 6s. 8d. per annum. Witnesses: David ap Philippe, Thomas David ap Meyrick ap Ieuan Vaghan, Yorath ap Grono Badam. (Copy of 16th century). Paper mutilated.

225. 20 October 1465 GRANT by John ap Gwillim of Itton, esq., to William ap Meuric kenorig of two parcels of land and meadow, in the parish of Wolfesnewton in the lordship of Usk, of which one parcel lies in the field called Hendreboyth, in length between the land of John ap John ap Cli. on one side and the land of John ap Meuric ap Md on the other, and in breadth between the lands of the said John ap Meuric on both heads, the other parcel lying in breadth between the lands of the said John ap Meuric on both sides, one head abutting on Pell and the other on the land of the said John ap Meuric, at a rent of 6d. per annum, suit of court, and relief. Witnesses: William, Lord Herbert, Steward of Usk, John ap Jeinkyn ap Ieuan ap Md, chief sergeant, Seisill ap Gylbert, Grono ap Meuric ap Iorwerth, and William ap Gruffith ap Ythell.

563. 31 October 1465 GRANT by Thomas ap David ap Thomas ap Yvor to John ap Gwillim of Itton, esq., of all his lands and tenements, etc., which were of Katerine vergh David ap Thomas, his sister, in the parish of Wolfesnewton, in the fee and lordship of Usk, with a water mill and suit of multure of both free and bond, and all commons, woods, underwood, warrens, moors, gardens, homages, reliefs, heriots, escheats, courts and suit of court views of frank pledge, with all other rights and appurtenances, customs, etc., belonging. Witnesses: William, Lord Herbert, Steward of the lordship of Usk, John ap Jenkyn ap Ieuan ap Madoc, chief sergeant, Roger ap Howell ap Thomas, John ap Meuric ap Ieuan ap Md, Seisill ap Gylbert. Given at Wolfesnewton.

564. 2 November 1465 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Sir Thomas ap Richart, rector of the church of Tregreg' to John ap Gwilim of Itton, esq., of al his right in all lands, tenements, etc. (as in No. 563) which John ap Gwillim late had of the feoffment of Thomas ap David ap Thomas ap Ivor, in the parish of Wolfesnewton in the lordship of Usk. Witnesses: William, Lord Herbert, Steward of the lordship of Usk, John ap Jenkyn ap Ieuan ap Md, chief sergeant, Roger ap Howell ap Thomas ap Gwillim, John ap David ap Jenkyn Peris, John ap Meuric ap Ieuan ap Madoc. Given at Wolfesnewton.

226. 14 December 1465 GRANT by Seysill ap Gylbert and Margaret vergh Gruffith, his wife, to John ap Gwelim ap Meuric Kenorig, of a garden and two parcels of arable land with appurtenances, the garden called Carthe a Ball and lies in the parish and fee of Wolfesnewton, in the lordship of Usk in breadth between the way which leads from the church of Wolfesnewton to Poll Copyndre on one side and the garden called garth a bongam on the other, and in length between the land of Jenkyn ap David Gruffith on one head and the land of William ap Meuric Kenorig on the other; a parcel lying in length between the lands of John ap Jeinkyn ap Ieuan ap Madoc on one head and the common way leading from pont a Wynforth to Usk on the other, and in breadth between the said way on one side and a croft formerly of David ap Griffith Richard on the other; the other parcel lying in length between the place called Ton a wheroyva on one head, and the land of the heirs of Ieuan ap Yorwerth Gamme on the other, and in breadth between the land of John ap John ap Gwelin on one side and the highway from Strigull to Usk on the other. Witnesses: John ap Gwilim of Itton, esq., deputy steward of Usk, John ap Jenkyn ap Ieuan ap Madoc, chief sergeant, John ap David ap Jenyn person, Grono ap Meuric ap Iorwerth, Howell ap David ap Meuric whith, David ap Howell ap Yorwerth Vaughan, David ap Philip ap Ieuan ap Meuric. Given at Wolfesnewton.

1125. 18 December 1465. GRANT by John ap Philip ap Mc to William, Lord Herbert, of three parcels of land with appurtenances in the parish of Llandesoy and in the lordship of Raglan of which one parcel lies in length between the stream called Nant murue on one head and the demesne lands on the other, and on both sides, and two parcels lie in length between the stream called Nant Rychyd on one head and the demesne lands on the other and on both sides, to be held of the chief lord of the fee. Witnesses: John ap Guilim, Steward of Raglan, Lewis ap Gr., master sergeant, Sir Edward, rector of Llandesoy, Ieuan ap Meuric ap Hoell, John ap Ieuan ap Guilim. Given at Raglan.

1616. 22 December 1465 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Johanna, the daughter of David ap Guilim late of Little Monmet, Richard Kern' and Elizabeth, hi wife, to Thomas ap David ap Guillim of the same, corviser, of all right in the fourth part of a tenement formerly of the said David ap Guillim in Little Munmet, situate in length between the way which leads from Monemouth to Troy on one head, and the stream called Monowe on the other, which fourth part of the said tenement is called la Nostehowse of the same tenement. Witnesses: Hugh Griffith, John Harys, Thomas Gruffith, John ap David ap Guilem, Lewis Smyth.

1726. 6 March 1466 GRANT by Sir Edward, rector of the parish church of Landesoy, to John ap Gwelim ap Ieuan hene and Johan vergh Hoell, his wife, of a parcel of arable land and meadow in the parish of Methenny in the lordship of Raglan, in lenth between the lands of Ioruerth ap John ap Howell on one side and the land of Alice vergh Ieuan ap Gruiffith on the other, one head extending to the lane leading from Gwehelog to Methenny and the other to the land called Cay gybbe. Rent: 6d. per annum at Michaelmas and other services due and accustomed to the lord of the fee. Witnesses: John ap Gwelim, esq., then Steward of Raglan, Lewis ap Gruffith, chief sergeant, Ioruerth ap John ap Howell, Phelip ap David ap Jemkyn, Howell ap Ernolf. Given at Methenny.

565. 26 July 1466 GRANT by John ap Morgan ap Llewelim, son and heir of Johan vergh John Hopkyn Peris to John ap Gwillim of Itton, esq., of all his manor called Cowrte y Gayr formerly of Peter Botler in Wolfesnewton, in the lordship of Usk, with all lands and tenements, etc., courts, and suits of court of both free tenants and bond, and all other appurtenances belonging to the said manor, to hold of the chief lord of the fee by due and service and accustomed right. Witnesses: William, Lord Herbert, Steward of Usk, John ap Jenkyn ap Ieuan ap Madoc, chief sergeant, Roger ap Howell ap Thomas, William ap Meuric ap Kenorig, Grono ap Meuric ap Yorwerth, John ap Meuric ap Madoc, Seisill ap Gylbert. Given at Wolvesnewton.

566. 27 July 1466 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Morgan ap Llewelin ap Ieuan ap Jenkyn Kemmeys to John ap Gwilim of Itton, esq., of all his right in the manor called Cowrte y Gaer (as in No. 565). Witnesses: William, Lord Herbert, Steward of Usk, John ap Jekyn ap Ieuan ap Madoc, chief sergeant, Roger ap Howell ap Thomas, William ap Meuric Kenoryg', John ap Meuric ap Madoc, Grono ap Meuric ap Yorwerth, Seisill ap Gylbert. Given at Wolfesnewton.

567. 31 July 1466 FINAL CONCORD, in the King's Court held at Uske, before Trayhayron ap Ieuan ap Mc, esq., deputy of William, Lord Herbert, steward, John ap Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Madoc, Thomas ap David ap Thomas, John ap Hopkyn ap Adam, John ap Mc ap Jac, William ap David ap Mc, John ap Mc ap Gruffith and other of the King's faithful men there and those present, between John ap Gwilim of Itton, esq., complainant, and John Morgan ap Llewelin, son and heir of Johan the daughter of John ap Hopkyn Piers, defociant, of a manor called Cowrte a Caer in Wolfesnewton in the lordship of Uske, formerly of Peter Buttiler, of 20 messuages, 200 acres of land, 40 acres of meadow, 10 acres of wood, a dovecot and £4 rent, with other appurtenances belonging to the manor. For licence of concord 6d.

1445. 22 October 1466 BOND by Jankyn ap Moris ap Meuric, gent., to William, Lord Herbert in £200 to make sure estate in all messuages, lands and tenements, with appurtenances in the lordships of Nethurwent and Llebenith which Jankyn had in exchange for Methenny when requested between this date and Easter day next on payment of £100.

419. 15 December 1466 POWER OF ATTORNEY by John ap Gwelim of Itton, esq., of William ap Meuric bencryg to deliver seisin to Howel ap Thomas ap Meuric ap Gwyan, in a messuage and 2 parcels of land, arable, meadow and wood, with appurtenances in the parish of Wolfeenewton in the lordship of Uske. Witnesses: William, Lord Herbert, Steward of Uske, John ap Gwelim of Itton, esq., then his deputy, John ap Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Madoc, chief sergeant, Roger ap Hoell ap Thomas, John ap Meuric ap Ieuan, William ap Meuric Kenorig', Robert ap Ieuan ap Yorwerth.

494. 23 July 1467 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Edydvyll vergh Ieuan ap Madoc ap Ernolf in pure widowhood to Thomas ap John ap Meuric and Katerine vergh Jenkyn, his wife, of her right in lands and tenements, etc., with appurtenances which formerly were of John ap Wilcoke ap Roppert, in the parish of Wolfesnewton in the fee and lordship of Uske. Witnesses: William, Lord Herbert, Steward of Uske, John ap Gwelim of Itton, esq., then his deputy, John ap Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Madoc, chief sergeant, Roger ap Hoell ap Thomas, John ap Meuric ap Ieuan, William ap Meuric ap Kenorig', Robert ap Ieuan ap Yorwerth.

928. 30 October 1467 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by William ap Hoell ap Thomas ap Guillim to Hoell Mason, and Katerine daughter of Philip, his wife, of all right in all lands and tenements with appurtenances which are lately Hoell ap Thomas, his father, had of the grant of Agnes, the daughter of Ieuan ap David Seys in the fee of Trelek. Witnesses: Thomas ap Jankyn ap Hoiskyn, John ap Robert ap Gruffuth ap Ieuan Taillour. Given at Trelek.

568. 7 December 1467. GRANT by Seisill Gylbert, William ap Meuric Kenoryg' and Wenllian, daughter of William ap Jenkyn ap Ieuan ap Eignon and Alice, the daughter of the same William ap Jenkyn, to John ap Gwelim of Itton, esq., of all lands and tenements, etc., which were of William ap Jenkyn ap Ieuan of Eignon, father of the said Wenllian and Alice, in the parish of Wolfesnewton or elsewhere in the fee and lordship of Usk, to hold of the chief lord of the fee by the due and accustomed rents and services. Witnesses: William, Lord Herbert, Steward of the lordship of Usk, John ap Jenkyn ap Ieuan ap Md, chief sergeant, Roger ap Howell ap Thomas ap Gwelim, Sir Howell ap Yoruerth, rector of Wolfesnewton, John ap Morys, William ap Meuric ap Ythell, Gregory ap Jeinkyn, Grono ap Meuric ap Yoruerth, John ap David ap Ieuan lase. Given at Wolfesnewton'.

689. 10 July 1468 GRANT by William ap John Oweyn and Johan his wife, to Sir Thomas Dere, rector of Wolfesnewton, David ap Ieuan ap Ioruerth, Meuric ap Howell ap Meuric, Thomas ap Gwilim Lloyd, Henry ap Gruffith ap Mc and David ap Philip ap Ieuan ap Meuric, of all their tenement formerly of Wenlliane vergh Ieuan Mc and late of John Oweyn in Wolfesnewton in the lordship of Uske. Witnesses: William, Earl of Pembroke, Steward of Uske and Kayrlyon, John ap Gwelim, his deputy, John ap Jenkyn ap Ieuan ap Madoc, chief sergeant, David ap Robret, John ap Gruffith Howel ap David ap Mc whith, William ap Gr. Given at Wolfesnewton.

1711. 1 November 1468 GRANT by Thomas Herberte to John ap Howell ap Jankyn of Lanyssen of a messuage of 15 acres of arable land, with appurtenances in the parish of Llangom in the fee of Uske between the lands of Neste ap Ieuan ap Meuric on one side and the lands of William ap Gryffyth ap Ithel on the other and extending in length from the lands of Sir Thomas John, vicar of Llangom, on one head and the lands of John ap Ieuan ap Guillym and the lands of the incumbent of the parish church of Llansoye on the other, which messuage and 25 acres of arable lands, with appurtenances, he had of the feoffment of Edward Tyler, chaplain, and Philipp Vachan ap Phelip ap Meuric of Mamhylad. Witnesses: John ap David ap Jankyn Peyrs, William ap Hopkyn, John ap Ieuan ap Guillym, David ap Ieuan ap Ioruerth, Gregory ap Ieuan ap Jankyn, John ap Morys, Fowel ap Gryffyth ap Gwalter. Given at Llangom.

811. 2 November 1468 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Thomas Herbert, junior, to John ap Howell ap Jankyn of Llanysen of all his right in a mesuage and 25 acres of arable land and with appurtenances in the parish of Llangome in the fee of Uske, in breadth between the lands of Neste ap Ieuan ap Meuric on one side and the lands of William ap Gryffyth ap Ithel on the other, and extending in length from the lands of Sir Thomas John, vicar of Llangome on one head to the lands of John ap Ieuan ap Guillym and the lands of the incumbent of the parish church of Llansoy on the other, which premises he ha of the feoffment of Edward Tyler, chaplain, and Philipp vaghan ap Phillip ap Meuric and Johan ap Ieuan ap David, wife of Thomas ap Ieuan ap Phillip. Witnesses: John ap David ap Jankyn Peyrs, William ap Hopkyn, John ap Ieuan ap Guillym, David ap Ieuan ap Ioruerth, Gregory ap Ieuan ap Jankyn. 1710. 3 November 1468 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Sir Edward Tyler, chaplain, Philipp vaghan ap Phelip ap Meuric of Mamhylod and Johanna ap Ieuan ap David, the wife of Thomas ap Ieuan ap Phelippe, to John ap Howell ap Jankyn of Llanysen of all right in a messuage and 25 acres of arable land, with appurtenances, in the parish of Llangom, in the fee of Uske, in breadth between the lands of Neste ap Ieuan ap Meuric on one side and the lands of William ap gryffyth ap Ithel on the other. Witnesses: John ap David ap Jankyn Peyrs, William ap Hopkyn, John ap Ieuan ap Guillym, David ap Ieuan ap Ioruerth, Gregory ap Ieuan ap Jankyn. 810. 2 February 1469 GRANT by John ap Hopkyn ap Seysell of the parish of Warthacomme to John ap Howell ap Jankyn of his rent of 2s. 6d., homage and free service issuing from all lands and tenements, meadows, woods, and pastures with appurtenances in a place called Perthkeredik, in the parish of Warthacomme, which were in the tenure of Thomas Herbert, junior; also 1 acre of land called Werne Agnes lying in the said parish between the lands of David ap Hopkyn on one side and the lands of the said John ap Howell ap Jankyn on the other and extending in length from the lands of the vicar there on one head to the house of the said John ap Howell on the other. Witnesses: Sir Thomas, vicar of Warthacomme, William ap Gryffith Ithell, John Morys, John ap Ieuan Gwyllim, Philipp ap David ap Hopkyn. Given at Warthacomme.

812. 20 February 1469 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by John ap Hopkyn ap Seysell of the parish of Llangome and Agnes, his wife, to John ap Howell ap Jankyn of all right in a rent of 2s. 6d. issuing from lands and tenements, meadows, woods and pastures, with appurtenances in a place called Perthkeredyk in the parish of Warthacomme and in 1 acre of land called Werne agnes. Witnesses: Sir Thomas, vicar of Warthacomme, William ap Grifftyth Ithell, John Morys, John ap Ieuan Gwyllym, Philipp ap David Hopkyn.

986. 21 December 1469 GRANT by John ap Ieuan ap Gwelim Jemkyn to Sir Edward, rector of the church of Landesoy and Gregory ap Ieuan ap Jemkyn of a tenement and a parcel of arable land and meadow called Tyre a Bergh, in the parish of Gylcorrog' in the lordship of Vske, lying in breadth between the land of John ap Guilim of Itton, esq., on one side and the highway leading from Newchurch to Strugull on the other, in length between the land of Ieuan ap Gruffith ap Meuric on one head and the land of the said John ap Guilim on the other. Witnesses: Jevan ap John ap Meuric, Howell ap John ap Meuric, John ap David Gruffith, William ap Meuric Kenoryg, Thomas ap John ap Meuric. Given at Gylgorrog'.

1522. 4 June 1470 GRANT by Richard ap John ap Ieuan ap Grono Vaghan, Howell ap Gruffith ap Gwallter ap Jenkyn ap Ioruerth ap Phelip to John ap Ieuan ap Yoruerth ap Hoell of all that parcel of land which lies in the parish of Lanyssen in the lordship of Usk between the footway which lads from Lanveyre to Lanwye on one side and the land called Tyre apone on the other, one head abutting to the meadow called aweyrlodvagh and the other to the land of Mc lloargh; also a small parcel of meadow there lying within the meadow of the said John called aweyrlodvagh between the meadow of Mc lloargh on one side and the meadow of the said John on the other. Witnesses: Gregory ap Ieuan ap Jemkyn, Ieuan ap Grono ap Ieuan ap Llewelin, Meuric ap lloargh. Given at Lanysen.

68. 3 December 1470. RELEASE by Ieuan ap Grono ap Ieuan ap Llewelin to Jankyn ap Meuric ap gr., of his right in 3 acres of arable land, in the parish of Llanyssen, and lordship of Raglan, of which one parcel is called Tireporth, the second called Tire werne, the third Berthe Hire. Witnesses: William ap Hoell ap Meuric', Ieuan ap Meuric ap Hoell, Robert ap Jankyn.

726. n.d. [c.1470] A GRANT given at Monemouth, in the reign of Edward IV, which is so perished by damp that most of the parchment has gone and the remainder is illegible.

1396. 29 June 1472 COPY COURT ROLL, Uske. Court held before Trehayron ap Ieuan ap Mc. and Thomas Braynton, deputies of William Lord Herbert, steward. William ap Llewelyn of Troy and Alice vergh John ap David of Bayley gave the lord King 12d. as fine for licence to demise a parcel of bond land called Ero Ledan lying next to Redemayn, in the parish of Methenny, in the lordship of Uske, to the use of Howell ap John ap Phelip ap Mc. Howell gave the lord King 12d. for entry.

1360. 4 April 1473. GRANT by John Herbert to Katerine ap Ieuan of 8 acres of land and ½ acre of meadow, with appurtenances, which were of Johan ap Gruffyth ap Ieuan and Wenllian, her sister, in the parishes of Llansoy and Langome, in the fee of Uske, to Katherine for term of life with remainder to Philipp ap Hoell ap Thomas her son. Rent: 17d. per annum at Michaelmas, heriot, or relief and suit of court of Tregopraghe. Witnesses: Edward ap Jankyn, rector of Llansoye, Thomas ap Hoell hene, John ap Ioruerth Thomas of Llangoven, Ieuan ap Grono of the parish of Lanysen, David ap Ieuan Myle of the parish of Llansoye. Given at Llansoy.

1045. 2 July 1473. GRANT by John ap Thomas to Katerine vergh Jeyne and Philip ap Hoell of Lansoy of all is lands and tenements, etc., with appurtenances in the lordship of Oske and parish of Lansoy. Witnesses: David ap Jeyny ap Ioruerth, David ap Ieuan Lace, Robert ap Hoell ap Philip.

1284. 5 January 1474. GRANT by John ap Meuric ap Ieuan ap Madoc, William ap John ap Jemkyn and Richard ap Jemkyn of all lands and tenements, etc., in the parishes of Wolfesnewton and Lanvihangell Kenan in the lordships of Usk and Caldicote. Witnesses: Maurice ap Ieuan ap Meuric, John Wilcokem, John ap Meuric ap Ieuan ap Mc. Given at Wolfesnewton.

1285. 7 January 1474 GRANT by Robert ap Ieuan ap David Meuric to John ap Meuric ap Ieuan ap Madoc, William ap John ap Jemkyn and Richard ap John ap Jemkyn of all lands and tenements, etc., with appurtenances which he had of the feoffment of the said John, William and Richard in the parishes of Wolfesnewton and Lanvihangell Kenan in the lordship of Uske. Witnesses: David ap Ieuan ap Yoruerth, Howell ap John ap Meuric, David ap Richard ap Jemkyn, Thomas ap Llewelin ap Ct Lloyd, John ap Meuric ap Ieuan ap Mc. Given at Wolfesnewton.

1523. 5 March 1474. POWER OF ATTORNEY by William, Lord Herbert, Earl of Pembroke, lord of Raglan, Dunster, Chepstow and of Gower to Robert ap Jankyn and Adam ap Meuric to deliver seisin to Grigge ap Jenkyn ap Ieuan ap Ioruerth in 10 acres of land arable, etc., in several parcels in the parish of Lanyssen in the lordship of Usk. Given at Lanysshen.

1600. 7 November 1474. GRANT by John ap Howell ap Meuric to William ap Ieuan ap David ap Adam of a parcel of arable land, formerly of Benet Werne and John Tyle lying by the way which leads from Monemouth to Strugull next la Gell lyloyd in the parish and fee of Tryllek, in length and breadth between the land of William, Earl of Pembroke, the land of William ap Howell ap Jemkyn, formerly of Richard Blast, and the land of the said William ap Ieuan ap David ap Adam. Witnesses: Sir Thomas, rector of the parish church of Trillek, Robert ap Jemkyn ap Howel, Philip ap Gruffith hyre, Howel ap Gruffith ap Gwallter, John ap Yoruerth ap Philip. Given at Trillek.

1446. 6 March 1475. GRANT by William, Lord Herbert, Earl of Pembroke, lord of Raglan, Dunster, Chepstow and of Gower, to Grigge ap Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Iorwerth of 10 ½ acres of land, arable, etc., lying in various parcels in the parish of Lanysshen in the lordship of Uske, of which one parcel lies in a field called Maes yr argloyth, another in a meadow called Gweirlode vaure in length between the garden called Garth vaure on one hand and land of Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Iorwerth on the other, in breadth between the way leading form Werne Vaure to Trillek on one side and land of the heirs of John ap Ieuan on the other; another small parcel of meadow lies next the place called Kemado Enys y garre; another parcel lies next the mill and is called Enys Jankyn and Tire Pound; another parcel lies in length between the land of Meuric on the one hand and the land of Meuric ap Lloargh on the other; another small parcel called Tire gollen and another parcel called Hendre veyne. Rent: 8s. 4d. per annum at Michaelmas, suit of court at Lanveyr, 5s. relief. Witnesses: Robert ap Jankyn, Thomas ap Howell ap John, Jankyn ap Morys ap Ieuan ap Madok, Grigge ap Ieuan ap Jankyn and Richard ap John ap Ieuan. Given at Lanysshen.

1558. 10 May 1475. GRANT by Thomas Colston, abbot of the monastery of St. Mary, Tynterne, William ap Morgan ap David ap Gwelim, esq., Thomas ap Brug', rector of the church of Trilleke, William ap John ap David ap Meuric, John ap John ap Yoruerth, Thomas Cachemaid and Thomas Skynner to David Hill of two lands, which they late had of the feoffment of Robert ap Jemkyn ap Hoell, in the parish of Landesoy in the lordship of Uske, of which one parcel lies on one side of the stream called Olwy in length between the land of David ap Gwelim ap Ieuan ap Gruffith and Howell ap Gwelim on one head and the land of Thomas ap Gwelim ap Philipp on the other; the other parcel of land lies in the other side of the said stream called Olwey in length between the land of William, Earl of Pembroke, on one head and the land of the said Earl on the other in breadth between the lands of the said Earl on one side and the said stream on the other. Rent: 4s. 10d. per annum at Michaelmas, relief. Witnesses: William, Earl of Pembroke, steward of Usk, Richard ap John ap Gwelim, chief sergeant, John ap Meuric, clerk, Maurice ap Lloargh, Ieuan ap Meuric ap Howell. Given at Landesoy.

1361. 14 May 1475 POWER OF ATTORNEY by Thomas Colston, abbot of the monastery of St. Mary, Tynterne, William ap Morgan ap David ap Gwelim, esq., Thomas Bruge, rector of the church of Trelleke, William ap John ap David, John ap John ap Yoruerth, Thomas Cachemaye and Thomas Skynner to Sir Edward, rector of the church of Landesoy, to deliver seisin in two parcels of land which they have of the feoffment of Robert ap Jemkyn ap Howel in the parish of Landsoy, in the lordship of Usk.

1743. 24 September 1475 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by William ap Jankyn ap Gwallter to Hoell ap Jankyn ap gwallter, his brother, of all right in a fourth part of a house and two parcels of land which were of Jankyn ap Gwallter, their father, in the fees of Uske and Trillek and parish of Lanyssen and called Tire pulle Bygheyn. Witnesses: Robert ap Jankyn, Howell ap John ap Hoell ap Jankyn, Richard ap John, Jankyn ap Richard, John ap Ioruerth bagh. Given at Lanyssen.

345. 24 May 1476. MEMORANDUM OF SURRENDER by Rees Taylor of Monemouth, in the King's Chancery of Monemouth, before Richard Grenewey, King's Receiver and Chancellor, of a close of three acres of arable land, with appurtenances, in the lordship of Monemouth, in a field under the Castell Grove, in breadth, between the ditch called hursto ndyche on one side, and a meadow late of Thomas Gogh on one head, and the lands late of John Hentelon, and the lands of Thomas ap Guilim on the other, to the use of Nicholas Corvyser and Katerine, his wife, and Peter Taylor, and Margaret, his wife. Fine for entry, 12d.

587. 29 September 1476 GRANT by William, Earl of Pembroke, Lord Herbert and of Raglan, Dunster, Chepstow and of Gower, to Jankyn Baker of Raglan, son of David a John Carpenter, of seven acres of arable land lying within his lordship of Raglan, namely in length from a meadow called Gwerglodd Vach on one head and the field called Maice Maur' on the other and in breadth from the way which leads from the town of Monemouth on one side and the land of Thomas ap Hoel ap Jacke on the other. Rent: 4s. 1d. per annum at Michaelmas, suit of court at Raglan. Witnesses: Walter Herbert, kt., steward, John Hwe, master sergeant, John Butler, Adam ap Meuric, James de la Selar'. Given at the Castle of Raglan. Signed W. Pembroke. Fragments of seal.

1686. 5 March 1476/1477 WILL of Johann vergh Jankyn ap Houa, late wife of Philip Robert of Cumcarvan, and probate 28 March 147[6/7].

495. 2 June 1477 GRANT by Seisill Gylbert of the parish of Wolfesnewton and Margaret vergh Gruffith his wife, to Sir Thomas ap Meuric, rector of Wolfesnewton, David ap Ieuan ap Iorwerth, and William ap Thomas of lands and tenements, etc. with appurtenances, in the parish, fee and lordship of Wolfesnewton, to hold of the chief lords of that fee. Witnesses: Sir William, Earl of Pembroke, steward of Uske, William ap John, chief sergeant, John ap David Jenkyn Pers, Thomas ap Hopkyn ap Ieuan ap Philippe, Thomas ap Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Gvilim. Given at Wolfesnewton.

985. 18 February 1478 COPY COURT ROLL, Strugull. At the Court of the Hospital of St. John at Jerusalem in England held at Strugull, in the time of Brother John Boswell, kt., Preceptor of Dynmor and Garwey, before Robert ap Ieuan, steward, Llewelin Vaghan ap Llewelin Coys came and took of the lord a cottage with a garden annexed thereto lying together in a quarter part of the knight's fee of Henrew, in length between the highway leading from Strugull to Newport on one head and the stream running between the lordship of Strugull and the lordship of Bishop of Llandaff on the other, in breadth between the lands of the said Llewelin on all sides. Rent: 2d. per annum at Michaelmas, suit of court, relief. Fine for entry nil.

792. 28 May 1480 GRANT by Sir Thomas Dere, rector of Wolfesnewton, David ap Ieuan and William ap Thomas ap Meuric to Seisill ap Gilbert, William Howell and Katerine vergh Seisill, his wife, of half an acre of land, with a house built thereon, lying in Wolfesnewton in the lordship of Uske in breadth between the way leading to Usk on one side and the land of Jac Rede on the other, one head abutting on the way leading to Gairvaour, and the other on the land of Jac Rede; also 1 acre of land lying in breadth between the way which leads to le Gayrvaour' on one side and the way leading from Wolfesnewton to le gayrvaour on the other, one head abutting on the land of John ap David Jenkyn and the other on the land of David ap Philip Taylor. Witnesses: John ap David ap Jemkyn Peres, Howell ap David ap Mc Whith, Howell ap Gwelim, John Lloyd, Philip Ieuan Seys. Given at Wolfesnewton.

1524. 28 May 1480 GRANT by Sir Thomas Dere, rector of Wolfes Newton, David ap Ieuan ap Ioruerth and William ap Thomas ap Meuric to William Howell and Katerine vergh Seysill his wife of a tenement formerly of Jac Rede, in the parish of Wolfes Newton, with various parcels of land adjoining; also 7 pieces of land with appurtenances lying in the parish and fee of Wolfes Newton of which one piece is called Tyre apy, the second lies at the end of the said Tyr apy; the third lies in a place called Tyreagroys in breadth between Cayrhendre on one side and the land formerly of Jac Rede on the other, the fourth lies by Nant ?agellvvy on one head on the meadow of Howell ap David ap Meuric; the fifth and sixth and seventh lie in a field there called Hendre Isa; which tenement and lands they late had of the feoffment of Seisill ap Gylbert; remainder in default issue to heirs of Seisill ap Gylbert. Witnesses: John ap David ap Jemkyn pers, John Grono, Howel ap David ap Meuric, John Lloyd, Phelip ap David. Given at Wolfesnewton.

929. 14 June 1481 GRANT by William Thomas vichan, John ap Hoell ap Ieuan vichan, chaplain, Johanna vergh Thomas ap Jankyn ap Hoskyn and Agnes vergh Thomas ap Jankyn ap Hoskyn to Sir John ap Ieuan Melyn, chaplain, and Guillim ap Henrye ap Ieuan ap Meuric, of all land and tenements with rights and appurtenances, in lands, etc., escheats, reliefs, reversions and rents, in the parishes of Comkarvan, Llandomas, Penclaudd and Trelek and in the fees of Uske and Trelek, which they have of the feoffment of Thomas ap Jankyn ap Hoskyn. Witnesses: Thomas ap Morgan, and John ap Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Madoc, deputy stewards of the lordships of Uske and Trelek, John Edward, coroner there, Howel ap John ap Hoell, Thomas Cachemaye, Henry ap Jankyn, Ioruerth ap Hopkyn, Guillim ap Ieuan ap Hoell, Reginald ap Willim, David ap Guilliam, Edmund ap Willim. Given at Raglan.

1500. 12 December 1482 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Henry tilar of Monemoth to Maurice Taillour of the same of all right to a messuage, with garden annexed, with appurtenances lying outsides the gate called Duxtons gate within the franchises of Monemoth in breadth between the meadow of John Stote on one side and the royal way leading form Monemoth to Duxton on the other, and extending in length from the common way there leading to the field of the Prior of Monemoth on one head to the land of John Tylar on the other, which premises Maurice has by Henry's charter made to him. Witnesses: Thomas Skynner, mayor of the town of Monemoth, Thomas ap Gruffith, David Goldesmyth, Thomas Llewelin, Ieuan taillor.

793. 3 February 1483. RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Seissill Gylbert of the parish of Wolfesnewton to William Howell and Katerine vergh Seysill, his wife, of all right in the lands and tenement, etc., with appurtenances, which William and Katherine have of the feoffment of Thomas ap Meuric Dere, rector of Wolfesnewton, David ap Ieuan ap Yoruerth and William ap Thomas in the parish and the fee of Wolfesnewton or elsewhere in the fee of Usk'. Witnesses: John ap David Jamkyn Perse, Howell ap David ap Meuric Whith, Thomas ap Llewelin Lloyd.

346. 8 March 1483 RELEASE by Thomas Hauard of the household of Sir William Herbert, Earl of Huntingdon, gent. to William Harbert, Earl of Huntingdon, of all his right in certain lands, etc. in Troy and Wonastow, with appurtenances, in Wales and its Marches, by reason of any grant thereof made to him previously by the Earl.

1559. 20 March 1483 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Robert ap Jankyn of Trillek in the March of Wales to William Herbert, esq. of all right in all messuages, lands and tenements, rents and services, with appurtenances, which were formerly of Thomas ap Ioruerth ap Richard and late of Gybon ap thomas, in the lordship of Usk.

813. 24 July 1483 GRANT by Howell ap John ap Hoell ap Jankyn to Thomas Cachemay, Maurice Emond, chaplain, Philip ap David ap Jankyn, of all messuages and lands and tenements, etc., with appurtenances in the lordships of Uske and Trelige. Witnesses: Henry, Duke of Buckingham, steward of Uske, John ap Jankyn, deputy, Thomas ap Philip ap Thomas, master sergeant, Edward ap Jankyn, Thomas ap Hoell ap Ieuan laac'. Henry ap John, Hoell ap Jankyn Mores. 1591 20 May 1484 COPY COURT ROLL, Strugull. At the Court of the Prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England at Strugull in the March of Wales, in the time of John Boswell, kt., preceptor of Dynmore and Garwey before John ap Jemkyn ap Philpot, approver, and Robert ap Ieuan, steward. Llewke vergh Richard ap Ieuan Vaghan gave the lord a fine of 20d. to have entry in a cottage called Garthe a vergeor, in the parish of Wolfesnewton, in the lordship of Usk in breadth between the meadow called Gweyrlod ysadre on one side and the land of Thomas ap Richard on the other, one head abutting on the land of Thomas Richard and the other on the highway there, for lives of Llewke, Thomas ap John ap Guilim her son and Agnes vergh John her daughter. Rent: ½ d. per annum at Michaelmas and relief.

798. 9 January 1485. GRANT by William Herbert, Earl of Huntyngdon to William Herbert, esq., of the manors of Troye and Wynnerstowe with all appurtenances in Wales and the Marches of Wales and all parcels and tenements, rents, reversion and services with all appurtenances which were of Thomas Herbert or of any other to his use in Wales and the Marches of Wales. Appointment of William Brockebury, chaplain, John Vachan, esq., and Adam Meuric as attorney to deliver seisin. Fragment of seal.

880. 12 January 1485 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by William Herbert, Earl of Huntingdon, to William Herbert, esq., of all right in the manors of Troye and Wynnerstowe and appurtenances in Wales and the Marches of Wales and in all lands, and tenements, rents, reversions and services with all appurtenances, which were of Thomas Herbert to his use in Wales and the Marches of Wales. Signed, W. Huntyngdon. Fragment of seal.

420. 15 April 1486 APPOINTMENT as Attorney by Margaret Rees of Sir William Priesse to present and defend in all actions, matters, causes and demands in all courts before all judges lay and ecclesiastical.

1037. 14 December 1486. COPY of lease by John Abyndon, Prior of the Priory of St. Mary the Virgin of Strugulle and the Convent of that place, to David ap Thomas Llewelin Vighan, gent., of the reversion of 12 acres pasture and 12 acres of meadow, situate in Lanellsmede and Brodemeade which Morgan ap Madocke gave and Thomas his son late held from them with all appurtenances, etc., for 99 years, at a rent of 24s. per annum, suit of court twice a year, heriot. Witnesses: Edward Johns, John Dauyson, John Vighan.

235. 2 July 1487 POWER OF ATTORNEY by Thomas Herbert, son and heir of John ap Gwillim Herbert, late of Itton, esq., and John ap Thomas Vaughan of Chepstowe, to David ap Richard lloarght, to deliver possession and seisin to Thomas Dere, rector of Wolvis Newton, in a tenement and two parcels of arable land in a meadow formerly of David ap Thomas ap Iorwerth of Wolvis Newton in the lordship of Uske, which tenement and one parcel of land lie together in length between the land called teyr a porth on one head, and the land of John ap Gwillim Meuric on the other, and in breadth between the cemetery of the Church of Wolvis Newton on one side, and the lane from Porthwynford to Wolvisnewton on the other; the other parcel of land called Teyr a beyd and the meadow called A Vorloth theys a dre.

690. 12 July 1487 POWER OF ATTORNEY by Thomas Herbert, son and heir of John ap Gwillim Herbert, son and heir of John ap Gwillim Herbert, late of Itton, esq., and John ap Thomas vaghan of Strugull to Sir Thomas Dere, rector of the church of Wolfisnewton and David ap Richard lloarch to deliver seisin of a parcel of land with appurtenances to Thomas ap Jenkyn ap Mc of Wolfisnewton lying there in length one head abutting to an acre called Browe Vawor, the other to the land of Roger ap Howell, in breadth between the land of Thomas Herbert on one side and the land called Reid acar' on the other. Given at Wolvisnewton.

987. 12 July 1487 GRANT by John Herbert, son and heir of John ap Guilim late of Itton, esq., to Sir Thomas dere, rector of the church of Wolvisnewton, of a tenement, 2 parcels of arable land and a pasture formerly of David ap Thomas ap Yvor, in Wolvisnewton in the lordship of Uske, and which tenement and one parcel of land lie in length between the land called Tereaporth on one head and the land of John ap Guilim Mc on the other, in breadth between the cemetery of the said church on one side and the lane leading from Pontwynford to Wolvisnewton on the other, the other parcel of land called Tereabude and the meadow called ewyrlloith theic edre with appurtenances. Rent: 6s. 8d. per annum at Michaelmas, suit of court at Wolvisnewton, relief. Witnesses: Thomas Kemes of Cricke, John Vaghan of Chepstowe, John ap Jenkyn ap Yoruerth vaghan, Thomas ap Llewelin and William Hoell. Given at Wolvisnewton.

691. 14 July 1487 GRANT by Thomas Herbert, son and heir of John ap Gwilim Herbert, late of Itton, esq., to Thomas ap Jenkyn ap Mc of Wolfis Newton in the lordship of Uske of a parcel of land (as in No. 690). Rent: 30s. per annum suit of court at grantor's court of Bryn Hirog', and relief. Witnesses: John Wilcocke, Ieuan ap David ap Gwilim and Stephen ap Robert. Given at Wolfis Newton.

1501. 21 July 1487 GRANT by Thomas Herbert, son and heir of John ap Gwilim Herbert late of Itton, esq., to William Hoell of Wolvis Newton in the lordship of Uske of a parcel of land, with appurtenances, lying in length, one head abutting on the royal way leading from Wolfis Newton to the hill called Kayrvawor, the other head abutting on the land of the said William Hoell called Hendre and the land called Teyre a croys, in breadth from the royal way leading from Wolvis Newton to Llangome on one side and the land of David ap Phelipe on the other, at 5s. per annum at Michaelmas, suit of court at Wolfvis Newton and relief. Witnesses: John ap David ap Jenkyn Perys, John Skydmore, Howell ap David ap Mc whieth, Thomas ap Llewelin, John Gronoo. Given at Wolfis Newton.

236. 28 July 1487. POWER OF ATTORNEY by Thomas Herbert, son and heir of John ap Gwillim Herbert, late of Itton, esq., and John ap Thomas Vaghan of Strugull to David ap Richard Lloarght, to deliver possession and seisin to John ap David tyler of Wolfis Newton in the lordship of Uske, in a tenement and three parcels of land with appurtenances, of which one parcel called Teyr a puckae lying in length one head abutting on Rewa beben, the other on land called Kayer torght, in breadth between the lands of David ap Robart on one side and the land of David ap Philip on the other; another parcel lying in length with one head abutting on the royal way leading from Wolfvisnewton to Newchurch, the other on the land of David ap Philip and in breadth between the land of David ap Robart on one side, and the land of David ap Philip on the other, the other parcel of land in length one head abutting to the land of the said David ap Philip, the other on the land of Sir Thomas Dere, rector of Wofvis newton, and in breadth between the lands of Richard ap Thomas on one side, and the land of Thomas ap Richard on the other. Given at WolvisNewton.

95. 8 August 1487 POWER OF ATTORNEY by Thomas Herbert, son and heir of John ap Gwilim Herbert, formerly of Itton, esq., and John ap Thomas vaghan of Strugull to Richard ap Richard Lloarght to deliver seisin to Howel ap David ap Mc of Wolvis Newton, in the lordship of Uske, in four parcels of land (details as in No.96). Dated at WolvisNewton.

96. 10 August 1487 GRANT by Thomas ap Gwilim Herbert son and heir of John ap Gwilim Herbert, formerly of Itton, esq., to Howell ap David ap Mc. of Wolfvis Newton, in the lordship of Uske, of four parcels of land, the first called Erowe heyn, abutting in length on the parke and Croft Eynon and in breadth between the wood called Koyd perys and the croft called Preydnawne; another called erowgoght abutting on the royal way leading form Reyd acarre to Croys wyan; another lying in poyllhelige; another between the lands of John Gronoo and the stream called Reyd acarre; payment 2s. 2d. per annum, relief, suit of court at Wolfvis Newton. Dated at Wolfvis Newton.

1543. 3 November 1487 GRANT by Wenllian, the daughter of Hoell ap Ieuan ap Jankyn, to Sir Morgan David ap John, Jankyn ap Meuruk ap gruffith, Ieuan ap Hoell ap Ieuan laas of a parcel of arable land called Enys amelore in the parish of Llanveingel in the lordship of Usk. Witnesses: Walter Herbert, kt., steward, William Herbert, deputy, David ap Ieuan ap Ioruerth, Jankyn ap David, Ieuan ap Grono.

794. 4 November 1487 POWER OF ATTORNEY by Thomas ap Ioruerth ap Richard to Gruffith ap Ioruerth Rice to deliver seisin to Sir William Coke, chaplain, in ½ acre of meadow in the parish and fee of Tregruke near the lands of Edwarde ap David and the said Gruffith ap Iorwerth, which ½ acre he late had of the feoffment of Lluke vergh Thomas.

988. 6 March 1488 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Wenllian the daughter of Gregory to Gregory ap Jenkyn of all her right in her lands, tenements, etc., with appurtenances, in the parishes of Llanyssan, Llandesoey, and Llanveangell, in the lordship of Uske. Witnesses: Walter Herbert, kt., steward, William Herbert, deputy, Davith ap Ieuan ap Ieuan ap Ioneth, Davith ap Thomas ap Ieuan ap Gruffith, Ieuan a hoell ap Ieuan Laas.

1046. 6 April 1488 GRANT by Thomas ap Jankyn ap Ieuan Llaes to Jankyn Vethike of three parcels of arable land and buildings in the parish of Llandesoy, in the lordship of Uske, in length between the way leading from Raglan to Strugull on one head, and the land of Ieuan ap Hoell ap Ieuan Laas on the other, in breadth between the land of Phillip ap Hoell on one side and the land of Thomas ap Hoell ap Ieuan Laas on the other; another parcel lying in length between the said royal way on one head and the land of Mc Thomas on the other, in breadth between the lands of Thomas ap hoell ap Ieuan lass on both sides; the third parcel lying in length between the stone called Mayn' lloyd on one head and the land of Jankyn ap David ap Hoell ap David on the other, in breadth between the land of Mc ap Thomas on one side and the land of Thomas ap Hoell ap Ieuan Lass on the other rendering to chief lord of fee 7d. per annum at Michaelmas. Witnesses: Walter Herbert, kt., steward of Uske, William Herbert, deputy, Ieuan ap Grono, John ap Ieuan ap Thomas, Hoell ap John ap Phelip. 1397. 20 April 1488 COPY COURT ROLL. Uske Castle. At the Exchequer there before John ap Jankyn, Receiver and Approver of the King, Grygg' ap Jankyn gave the lord as fine 6d. to have entry in 12 acres of land in Wernevawre and in 12 acres of land in Llankanynoke, late of Grygg' ap Ieuan ap Jankyn in the parishes of Llandesoy and Llanyssan. Rent: 4s. per annum and licence to carry all occupations from the said land to his own land without any challenge of bailiffs or other ministers. 1261. 27 October 1488. GRANT by Thomas ap John ap Gwilim Herberd, son and heir of John ap Guilim Herbert, esq., to Thomas ap Thomas Vaughan of the parish of Christchurch and Marsile ap David ap Phelip Mc, daughter and heir of the said David of Wolfesnewton in the lordship of Uske and the heirs of the said Marsile, of a tenement and a parcel of mountain land (munede), with various parcels of land and meadow, with appurtenances formerly of William ap Ieuan, which tenement and parcels of land and meadow lie in breadth between the lands of Syeyll ap Gylberd on one side and the land of William ap John Owen on the other, one head abutting on the land of David ap Phelip and the other between two streams called Nant morys and Nant Tyre apocka, and the said meadow called Werloth Waythan lying there in breadth between the land of Seysyll ap Gylberd on both parts, one head abutting on the land of the said Seysyll and the other on Nant vorse, and the said parcel of Mountain lands (Munede) lying in length and extending in length from the spring called ffonnon Wynhayll on one head to and acre of land formerly of Seysyll Gylbert on the other, and in breadth lying between the Gayr Vowor and the land of John ap Jenkyn ap David on one side and the land of William ap John Owen and the land of David ap Phelip on the other; and to Thomas ap Thomas Vaughan, Merick ap David ap Phelip Mc daughter and heir of the said David, two parcels of land and meadow wood, with appurtenances of which one parcel lies there between the lands of the said Seysyll ap Gylbert on one side and the waste land of the lord on the other, one head abutting on the land of William ap John Owen and the other on the land of William ap Llewelin ap Grono; the other parcel of land lying there between the land called Tonne a Meyrght on one head and the lord's waste land on the other, in breadth between the lord's waste land on one side and the way which leads form Wolfesnewton to Kayr Vawour on the other. Rent: 12d. per annum at the Annunciation and Michaelmas, suit of court at the court of grantor at Wolfesnewton and relief on alienation or sale. Witnesses: Jenkyn ap John ap Guilim, John ap David, Jenkyn Perys, Jenkyn Skydmour, John Gronoo, Thomas ap Jenkyn ap Mc. Given at Wolfesnewton.

588. 1 June 1488 LEASE by William Herberte of Troye to Henry ap Howell ap David ap Gwalter of foue closes of arable land, in the parish of Llanthomas, lying on both sides of a stream called Nante Eralthe, called Kay y Clemenduy, Tyre y Cady, Kaye Malte, Perbren Oame, for 60 years. Rent: 3s. 8d. per annum at Michaelmas, suit at William Herbert's court of Llanveyre mebyon Owen, and relief and other services as other free tenants. Witnesses: Thomas ap Jenkyn ap Hoskyn, Ioruerth ap Hopkyn, Thomas ap Gwilim, Richard ap John ap Henry ap Jenyn. Given at Llanveyre.

814. 5 June 1488 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Walter Herbert, kt., to Grygge ap Jenkyn and David ap Gwilim ap Gr' of all personal actions, suits of debt and demands against them touching Wenllyan Grygge.

1602. 12 June 1488 WILL of Hugh ap Jankyn ap Thomas moris, burgess of a town of Trilleke. Probate granted 2 May 1494.

1525. 4 July 1488 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Davith ap Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Ioruerth to Grige ap Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Ioruerth, his brother, of all right in all lands and tenements, etc., with appurtenances which were of Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Ioruerth, his father, in the parishes of Llanyssen and Llandesoye. Witnesses: Walter Herbert, kt., steward, William Herbert, deputy, Jankyn Morys, Davith ap Ioruerth, Davith ap Guillym ap Ieuan ap Gruffith. 978. 1 November 1488 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Alice the daughter of David ap Phelip to William Gruffith and Johan, the daughter of Jankyn, her daughter, his wife, of all right in seven parcels of arable lands and a messuage, with all appurtenances, in the parish and fee of Woluesnewton, the bounds of which appear more fully in a charter made by her to William ap Johan. Witnesses: Walter Herbert, kt., steward, William Herbert, deputy, Thomas ap Howell ap arnolf, David ap Ieuan ap Ioruth, Philipp ap adam. 692. 20 January 1489 GRANT by Thomas Herbert, son and heir of John ap Gwilim Herbert, late of Itton, esq., to William ap Howell ap Jankyn and Johanne vergh Ieuan his wife, of a tenement with three parcels of land, with appurtenances, in the parish of Wolfuesnewton in the lordship of Uske, of which one is called Gayre Puckae and lies in breadth between the land of David ap Robert on one side and the land of David ap Philip on the other, whereof one head abuts on the land called Rewe beben on the one side, and the and called Cyre torgh' on the other; one parcel lies in breadth between the lands of the said David ap Robert on one side and the land of the said David ap Philip on the other, whereof one head abuts on the royal way leading from Woluesnewton to Newchurch and on the other to the land of the said David ap Philippe; the third parcel lies in breadth between the lands of Richard ap Thomas on one side and the land of Thomas ap Richard on the other, whereof one head abutts on the land of the said David ap Philip and the land of Sir Thomas Dere, rector of Woluesnewton on the other. Rent: 7s. 4d. per annum, suit of court at grantor's Court at Woluesnewtonm and relief. Witnesses: John ap David ap Jankyn Pyers, William Howell, David ap Robert, John Wikcoke, and Howell ap David ap Meuric. Given at Woluesnewton.

693. 30 January 1489. POWER OF ATTORNEY by Thomas Herbert, son and heir of John ap Gwilym Herbert late of Itton, esq., and John ap Thomas vaghan of Strugul to David ap Richard Lloargh, to deliver seisin to William ap Howell ap Jankyn and Johanne vergh Ieuan, his wife, of a tenement with three parcels of land with appurtenances in the parish of Woluesnewton in the lordship of Uske. Given at Woluesnewton.

694. 4 February 1489. RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Sir Thomas Dere chaplain, David ap Ieuan ap Ioruerth, and Henry ap Gruffith a Meuric to William ap Howell ap Jankyn and Johann vergh Ieuan, his wife, in all the lands and tenements, etc., which they had of the feoffment of William ap John Oweyn, in the parish of Woluesnewton in the lordship of Uske. Witnesses: Walter Herbert, kt., steward of Uske, John Jewes, master sergeant, John ap David ap Jankyn Piers, William Howell, David ap Robert, John Wilcocke, and Howel ap David ap Meuric. Given at Woluesnewton.

695. 27 February 1489. RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Sir Thomas Dere, Sir Edward Bannor, chaplaims, John ap Gruffith ap Howell ap Rosser, William Howell of Woluesnewton, William ap Howell of Kilgurrocke, Alice vergh David Tiler, Philipppa vergh David Tyler and John Gruffith Oweyn to William ap Howell ap Jankyn and Johanne vergh Ieuan, his wife, of all right in all lands and tenements, etc., with appurtenances, which were late of Johann vergh David Tiler in the parish of Woluesnewton in the lordship of Uske. Witnesses: Walter Herbert, kt., steward of Uske, John Hewes, master sergeant, John ap David ap Jankyn, David ap Robert, John Grono, John Wilcoke and John Vaghan. Given at Woluesnewton.

1047. 1 April 1489 GRANT by Jankyn vethik to Thomas David ap Ieuan Saer of all his land and tenements, etc., with appurtenances, in the parish of Llandespey, in the lordship of Uskem which he late purchased of Thomas ap Jankyn ap Ieuan Llaas. Witnesses: Walter Herbert, kt., steward, William Herbert, deputy, Thomas ap Ioruerth ap Philip veg[?y]an, Howell David ap Ieuan laas, Jankyn David ap Ieuan Llaas.

1601. 6 May 1489. LEASE by Sir Thomas, curate of Trillek, and Thomas Catchemay to Ieuan ap Phelip gr' hyre, and Agnes his wife of two closes of land and pasture called Tyre avelyn in the parish and lordship of Trilleke, for 101 years. rent: 10s. per annum at St. Philip and James and Michaelmas. Witnesses: Walter Herbert, kt., steward of Trilleke, William Herbert of Troy, deputy, John howys, master sergeant, Codogan ap Jankyn, bedel, Robert ap Jankyn, John ap Hoell ap Ioruerth, Jamkyn ap Phelip. Given at Trillek.

1194. 9 December 1489 LETTERS under signet to the farmers, tenants and occupiers of the manor of Tilbroke, with appurtenances, co. Bedford. The right and title of the manor have been long in traverse between the King's uncle, the Duke of Bedford, on one part and the King's Knight of the Body, Sir Charles Somerset, which an examination by the King's and the Duke's Council, found that Somersett was rightfully entitled to the manor with appurtenances. Order to pay issues and profits thereof to him. Given at the Palace of Westminster. Monogram of Henry VII.

245. 3 March 1490. GRANT by Charter by William Sergeant of Monemouth and Joan, his wife, to Richard Birley and Joan, his wife, of the sae, of a burgage with appurtenances in Little Monmouth in breadth between the burgage late of Richard ap Ieuan Vaughan on one side, and a lane leading from Little Monmouth to Clifford is Court, on the other, and in length from the high street there on one head to the burgage late of John Smith on the other, at a rent of 2s. per annum at Michaelmas and the Annunciation. Witnesses: Thomas ap John, mayor of the town of Monemouth, Robert Morys, Thomas ap Morgan, bailiffs, Thomas ap Gruffith, William ap Gwillim. Given at Monmouth.

569. 2 April 1490. GRANT by John Vaughan of Strigull, gent., (whereas the said John Vaughan, a survivor, and Edward Jenkins late rector of the parish church of Landesoy, Thomas Gronowe late rector of the parish church of Penhowe and John Robynet late of Seynt Pere, esq., late deceased, had of the feoffment of Thomas Herbert of Chepstowe, son and heir of John ap Gwillym late of Itton, esq., inter alia all lands and tenements, etc., with appurtenances in the parish of Wolvesnewton, in the lordship of Uske, which John ap Gwillym late acquired of Thomas ap David ap Thomas ap John ap Morgan Kemsys) to Thomas Herbert and Katherine, his wife, and their lawfully begotten heirs, and in default to the right heirs of Thomas Herbert, of al lands and tenements, etc., heriots, reliefs and suits of Court with appurtenances in the parish of Wolvesnewton in the lordship of Uske which John ap Gwillym late acquired, and appointment of John James and David ap Richard as his attorneys to give possession. Witnesses: Walter Herbert, kt., steward of the lordship of Uske, John ap Jenkyn, esq., John Edwardis.

347. 20 August 1490 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Walter Herbert, knight of the King's body, to William Herbert of Troy, esq., his bother, of all his right, etc., in the manor of Little Troy with all its appurtenances, and in the manor of Wanarstowe and Seint Mocham and their appurtenances, and in all lands and tenements, parks, meadows, feedings, pastures, woods, and waters, rents, reversions, and services, and all their appurtenances, which formerly were of Thomas Herbert of Troy, his uncle, in Troy, Wynterstowe, Seint Mocham, Monemoth, Trillecke, Wittiston, and Mamhylad, and in all lands and tenements, parks, mills, warrens, meadows, feedings, pastures, woods, and wastes, rents, reversions, and services, formerly of Thomas Herbert, his uncle, in Wales and its Marches; and of his right in six tenements in the lordship of Bergevenny, namely in a tenement at Treirgayr formerly of Master Robert ap Thomas, clerk, with all lands there formerly of William ap Jankyn Spence, and in a tenement formerly in the tenure of David ap Ieuan ap Murike, and now of David Vichan ap David Thomas; in another tenement formerly in the tenure of Philip ap Adam and now of David Vichan ap David Thomas; in another tenement formerly in the tenure of William ap David ap Howell Vethig, and now of Jankyn Vethig; another tenement in the tenure of David ap Watkyn, in the parish of Treyrgair; another tenement in the tenure of Roger ap Murike, near the land of Master Robert ap Thomas. 1486. 8 March 1491. COPY COURT ROLL. Uske Castle. At the Exchequer there before William Herbert, esq., Receiver and Approver. Surrender by Thomas ap Iorwerth ap Philip vaghan of 3 acres of land, meadow and arable in the parish of Llandesoy in the lordship of Uske to use of Philipp Thomas, of which 1 acre of meadow is called Gwyrlode Sunday and 2 acres are called Crofte y Croys.

589. 16 April 1491 GRANT by Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Iorwerth of Llanveyre to Gregory ap Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Ioruerth of two pieces of meadow, one called Crofte vechan lying in the parish of Llanyssen in the lordship of Uske, in length between the way which leads from Raglan to Striguil on one head and the way leading from Llanveyre to Llandesoy on the other, in breadth between the meadow called Gwirlod is arholige and the said way; the other parcel lying in the croft called Gwyrlod vaure. Witnesses: Walter Herbert, kt., steward of Uske, William Herbert, deputy, William ap Grono, William ap Hoell ap Mc and Jankyn ap Moris. Given at Llanveyre.

1414. 12 May 1491 GRANT by Thomas ap Howell ap Mewrike to Sir John Thomas dere, chaplain, Howell ap John ap Philip mc, John ap Iorwerth and Jankyn ap Phelipp of all lands and tenements, etc., in the parishes of Llanyssan, Llangoven and Llandesoy in the lordship of Uske. Witnesses: Walter Herbert, kt., steward, William Herbert, deputy, Jankyn ap ricarde, Thomas ap Jankyn ap Mewruke, Grige ap Jankyn ap Ieuan ap Ioruerth. Endorsed with condition of grant that the same should be released to Gwilym ap Howell ap Mc.

1331. 4 October 1492 COPY COURT ROLL. Uske. At Court of Sir John, Viscount Wellys at Uske, before George Herbert, kt., steward. Inquisition taken between David ap Ieuan ap Stephyn and Guilim Stephyn, Jankyn Stephyn, Edward Stephyn, William Stephyn and John Stephyn to inquire whether Ieuan ap Stephyn, father of the said David ap Ieuan ap Stephyn enfeoffed Jankyn Stephyn son of the said Ieuan ap Stephyn, in certain lands at Pante Burrugh' or if the said Ieuan ap Stephyn died seised of the said land at Pant burrugh' or if any other lands and tenements in the lordship of Uske, and who are the next (heirs) of he said Ieuan ap Stephyn. Jury (named) say that Ieuan ap Stephyn did not die seised of the said land at pante y Burrugh, nor made any feoffment thereof to Jankyn Stephyn his son, no of any other land in the said lordship. David ap Ieuan ap Stephyn is the next heir of Ieuan ap Stephyn.

1447. 3 May 1493 GRANT by Jesper, Duke of Bedford, Earl of Pembroke and Lord of Bergaveny, to Hoel ap Gwilim ap Ieuan ap Gr. of the site of a mill called Melyn mc with a stank and a way of the same mill, with a piece of land called Tonne evelyn of old belonging to the mill, with appurtenances, in his fee of Penros in the lordship of Bergeveny. Rent: 2d. per annum at the Annunciation and Michaelmas, suit at his court of Penros, 2d. in the name of heriot, with all other services as other free tenants there do. Witnesses: Walter Herbert, ktd., steward of Bergaveny, John Thomas, master sergeant, Morgan ap David Gwillim. Given at Bergeveny. Seal.

696. 4 June 1493 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Rose vergh Gruffith ap Ieuan Dorby to William ap Howell ap Jankyn and Johanne vergh Ieuan, his wife, of all right in a tenement and three parcels of land with appurtenances, late of Gwillym John Oweyn in the parish of Woluesnewton in the lordship of Uske. Witnesses: Thomas ap Gwilym, Philip John ap Gruffith ap Hoell ap roc', Hoell ap John ap Philip.

1048. 20 September 1493 GRANT by Meurike ap Thomas to Sir Thomas Dere, Sir Philip ap Gwilim, chaplains, John ap Gf' ap Hoell ap Roppert, Robert ap Hoell ap Philip, David ap Ieuan ap Ioruerth, and Thomas ap Hoell ap Ieuan lasse of all his lands and tenements, etc., woth appurtenances in the lordship of Uske. Witnesses: Walter Herbert, kt., steward of Uske, John Hugh, master sergeant, Jankyn ap David ap Ieuan Lasse, Hoell ap David ap Ieuan Lasse, David ap Guilim, Gr. John ap Ioruerth ap Hoell and John ap Gwilim Gr. Given at Llandesoy.

1487. 20 October 1493 COPY COURT ROLL. Uske Castle. At the exchequer there before William Herbert, esq., Receiver and Approver. Surrender by John Myle of a garden called Garth gwalad vaghan and a croft called Pederen in the parish of Llandesoy in the lordship of Uske, who gave the lord for fine 9d. to the use of Phulipp ap thomas who gave the lord for fine 12d. for entry. 903. 15 October 1494 COPY COURT ROLL. Lank[adwalader]. Court of John Engylby, Bishop of Llandaff, lord there, before Thomas Morgan, kt., steward, Gruffith Hoell gave the lord 12d. as fine for entry into a tenement and 1 ½ acres and ? 3 'ferendells' (111di ferendell') of land and meadow of which one acre is called Stake, the 4 'ferendells' of meadow are called Shortemeade and the ½ acre of meadow lies in Rydyng'.

237. 15 February 1495 GRANT by Thomas Herbert, son and heir of John ap Gwillim Herbert, late of Itton, esq., to Ieuan ap Sdeuyn and Rosser ap Steuyn and John ap Steuyn, of a tenement with appurtenances in the parish of Wolvesnewton in the lordship of Uske, called Rerre Mc Kylly, at a rent of 3s. 4d. per annum, suit of court of Wolvesnewton and relief. Witnesses: John ap Gruffith ap Hoell ap Rosses. Wyllim ap Hoell, Hoell ap John ap Mc. Given at Wolvesnewton.

238. 14 February 1496 GRANT by Thomas Herbert, son and heir of John ap Gwillim Herbert, late of Itton, esq., and John ap Thomas Vaghan of Strigull, to Ieuan ap Steuyn, Roger ap Steuyn and John ap Steuyn, a tenement with appurtenances in the parish of Wolvesnewton and in the lordship of Uske ( as in No. 237). Witnesses: John ap Gruffith ap Hoell ap Rosses, William ap Hoell, Howell ap John ap Merycke. Given at Wolfesnewton.

989. 8 May 1497 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Hoell ap David Mc Whithe and Katherin, his wife, to Thomas ap Llewelin and Wenllian vergh Gwelim, his wife, of all right in a tenement with certain lands, arable, meadow and pasture, with appurtenances, in the parish of Wolffesnewton and lordship of Uske between Gwerne Perse and Crofte Eynon, on one side and the way leading from Llangome to Wolffesnewton on the other and abutting on the land of ?Hoell Plewman and the land of Hoell David Mc on both sides. Witnesses: William ap Thomas, John Grono and William Phelip. Given at Wolffesnewton.

1332. 2 December 1497 COPY COURT ROLL. Uske. Court of Sir John, Viscount Walus, before George Herbert, kt., steward. Inquisition taken by writ according to the custom of the country (patrie) between William ap Ieuan ap Stephyn, complainant, and David ap Ieuan ap Stephyn, defendant, to inquire how much ought to belong to each of them of the lands of Ieuan ap Stephen the father of William and David, and further to inquire whether William ap Ieuan ap Stephyn or David ap Ieuan ap Stephyn has the better right in the said land formerly of Ieuan ap Stephyn their father. Jury (named) say that David ap Ieuan ap Stephyn has the better right to all lands, tenements, etc., formerly of Ieuan ap Stephyn, father of Willam and David which the said William has, except an acre lying in the outside part of the head of a field called Kae y vedo and that the said acre belongs to the right heirs of the said Ieuan ap Stephyn. Therefore it is decided by the court that the said David ap Ieuan ap Stephyn should recover seisin of the said land except one acre excepted. William is in mercy for an unjust plaint.

1826. 12 May 1498 BOND by Thomas ap Howell of Monmowth, gent., to Richard Thorpp', co. Gloucester, gent., in £40, to obey the award of Roger Bodenham and William Rudhall, arbitrators chosen by the parties, to ordain the title of a parcel of land lying in the lordship of Goodriche sometime to Jenkyn Bochour of Monemouthe, the award to be made by the Feast of St. Peter, otherwise the parties to stand to the award of William, Bishop of Lincoln and other of the Princes Council.

1827. 17 November 1498 AGREEMENT between Sir John Middleham, Prior of the Priory of Monemoeth, and Richard Thorpe of Gloucester. Richard holds various tenements, burgages, crofts, lands and their appurtenances of the said Prior and Convent and their successors as chief lords of those fees, by annual rent of 6s. 6d. and other services as is contained more fully in old and new grants made between the parties. Richard grants that the Prior and Convent and their successors should have for 99 years, 4 ½ acres of land lying in the field of the Prior, whereof 2 acres were in the tenure of David ap Morgan, a third acre in the tenure of John ap Morgan, a fourth with the quarter were late in the tenure of William Hopkyn, for which the Prior and Convent are to allow him yearly 3s. 10d. in the annual rent. Witnessed by John Smyth, notary public.

1727. 20 December 1498 GRANT by David ap Ieuan ap Stephyn to adam ap Ieuan and Jenet vergh David, his wife, of all his lands, meadows, etc., with appurtenances in the parish and lordship of Uske. Witnesses: John ap Ioruerth ap John, Phelip ap Llewelyn David Guilim and Ieuan ap Hoskyn.

930. 27 August 1499 GRANT by Jankyn ap Thomas vaghanne and Agnes verch Thomas ap Jankyn, his wife, to Richard Herberte, Roger Bodenham, esquires, Sir Maurice Edmond', chaplain, and John Edwards, of all their lands and tenements, meadows, feedings and pastures, and woods, rents, reversions and services, with appurtenances, in Llanthomas, Llangoven, Penclawthe, and in the same parishes in the fee and lordship of Uske, and of all lands and tenements, etc., with appurtenances in Cumkarvan and the same parish in the fee of Trylleke. Appoinment of David ap Myrike and Thomas ap John as attorneys to deliver seisin. Witnesses: Thomas ap Ioruerth ap Hak', Thomas Hullyn and Guillim ap Ieuan ap Hoell. Given at Llanthomas.

417. Sunday before the feast of Nativity of the Blessed Mary - H. VI. POWER OF ATTORNEY by Nest verch grono to Iouard ap Philip ap Thomas to deliver seisin to Ieuan ap Philip ap Eynon and Stephan ap David ap Stephen of a piece of land, arable and meadow, with appurtenances in the parish of Llanvihangel Kanan in the fee of Usk. Witnesses: Robert Greyndor, steward of Usk, David ap Jankyn Piers, master sergeant, Ieuan ap Hopkyn Mc ap Ieuan ap Mc, Philip ap Llewelin. Given at Trillec.

1840. [15th cent.] COPY of a court record of a suit concerning title to land (not specified) involving Edward Jones and Robert ap gruffith ap Ievan. Fragment.

931. 14 July 1500 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by John ap Morgan vighan and Matilda vergh Thomas, his wife, to John ap Rosser ap Guillim Griffith, junior, of all right of all lands, tenements, etc., which were of Thomas ap Jankyn ap Hopkyn, in the parish of Comkarvan, in the fee of Trelek. Witnesses: Guillim ap Ieuan ap Howell, Thomas ap Howell, Thomas ap John ap Howell ap Madok. Given at Comkarvan.

1603. 9 January 1501 GRANT by Robert ap Jankyn, Thomas Cachemaid, junior, Thomas Hire, clerk, John Gethyn and John Vaughan of le Cophill to Henry ap John ap Jankyn and Katerine Howell, the daughter of Hoel ap Jankyn a morys, of all lands and tenements etc., with appurtenances, which they had jointly in the town and lordship of Trillek of the feoffment of the said Hoell ap Jankyn morys, to Henry and Katerine and their heirsm with remainder to Hoel ap Jankyn Moris and heirs. Appointment of Jankyn appurtenances Phelip and John Lloyd as attorneys to deliver seisin. Given at Trellek.

1728. 8 March 1501 GRANT by David ap Guillim to Adam ap Ieuan ap Gruffith and Janet, his wife, of a messuage and certain lands and meadow with appurtenances called Kaye Gwyn inion, 1 acre of land called Tyre y Gwade, with appurtenances, in the parish and lordship of Uske which he had of the feoffment of Ieuan ap Jenkyn ap Guillim ap Ieuan hene and Margaret vergh Henry, his wife. Witnesses: Walter Herbert, kt., steward, John hywys, master sergeant, John ap Ioruerth, William ap John ap Stephyn and John Vichan. Given at Llandenny.

1195. 25 April 1501 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Thomas Robert, senior, of Landogno and John Robert of the same to Thomas Robert, junior, of all right in five parcels of land and meadow, of which the parcel called le frowd lies in length and breadth between the lands of Thomas Cachemayd, the lands of Thomas Robert, senior, the lands of the heirs of William Robert, and the royal way leading from Landogwo to Vekys were on all parts, the second parcel of land called the Ruddinge lying in length between the lands of the Bishop of Landaff on one head to the common there on the other and in breadth between the royal way leading from Landogwo to Tinterne to the river called the Wye on the other; third parcel of meadow, lying in the said parish in the field called le brode fylde in length and breadth between the lands of the heirs of Wenthlian Bacheler and the river called the Wye on all parts; 4th parcel of meadow contains the half part of a meadow called le Russellys made lying in length and breadth between the lands of Thomas Bacheler, the land of the heirs of Wenlian Bacheler and the lands of Thomas Bacheler, the land of Wenlian Bacheler and the lands of Thomas Cachemayd, the land of Wenllian Bacheler and the river called the Wye on all parts. Witnesses: Thomas Cachemayd of Vekeswere, William Hopkyns of Brockewere, Richard aBadam. Given at Lundogwo.

1604. 12 February 1502. RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by John Hewys, gent., and Jankyn ap Phelip of Trillek to Henry ap John ap Jankyn and Katerine, his wife, daughter of Hoel ap Jankyn ap Morys and their heirs, with remainder to Heol and his heirs of all right in all lands and tenements, etc., which were of Hoel ap Jankyn Moris in the town and lordship of Trillek. Given at Trillek.

1488. 20 December 1502 COPY COURT ROLL. Uske. At the King's Exchequer there before Edmond ap Gwillim ap Hopkyn, then King's Approver, Surrender by Merike ap Thomas of all customary land which he had by hereditary right in the parish of Llandesoy to the use of Phelip ap Thomas and Agnes vergh David his wife. Fine for entry 9d.

1038. 30 September 1504 LEASE by Nicholas Ynesley, Prior of the Priory of St. Mary the Virgin of Chepstowe and the Convent of that place to William Madock of Thornewell, in the parish of Chepstowe, of 22 acres of pasture and meadow with appurtenances, formerly in the tenure of Thomas ap Morgan, esq., lying in the manor of Magor, namely 12 acres of pasture lying together in Avenelles mede, one head abutting on the land formerly of John bade on the west and 10 acres of meadow lying together in a meadow called Brodmede and abutting on le maris there, for 99 years. Rent: 20s. per annum. Witnesses: Robert Hatton, steward of the Priory, Richard Keive, John auste, David Baker, John ap Hoell ap Magor. Given in the Chapter House.

227. 7 May 1505 COPY COURT ROLL. Uske Castle. At the King's Exchequer of Uske, before Edmund ap Gwillim ap Hopkyn, King's Approver. SURRENDER by Richard ap Griffith and Elizabeth vergh Iorwerth, his wife, of all the lands which Elizabeth had at New Grange in the parishes of Uske and Llangyvew, in the lordship of Uske, to us of Thomas ap Richard their son and Nest vergh John, his wife. Heriot, 5s. Fine 9d. for entry, and admittance.

1039. 5 February 1505/1506 WILL of William Madok of Thornewelle in the parish of Chepstowe in the diocese of Llandaff. Probate granted by Miles, Bishop of Llandaff, in the prebendary church of Matherne, 6 April 1505. ?1506. Fragment of seal.

1555. 23 February1506. WILL of Guilim ap Hoell ap Mc. Probate granted in the parish of Uske. 421. 5 June 1506 GRANT by Thomas Herbert of Shernewton, gent., son and heir of John ap Guilim Herbert, late of Itton, in the Marches of Wales, to Stephan Vachan, clerk, John ap Jankyn ap Ioruerth Vaghanm, Thomas Cachemayd of Troy and John Gethyn of Tyntern of that parcel of the manor of Treirdon lying in the lordship of Uske formerly acquired from Morgan Llewelin Kemys and Miles ap Harry, namely the site of the manor and all messuages, lands, and tenements, rents and services, with appurtenances in Treirdeon between the following meets and bounds; in circuit from all sides from the lands in the hands of James Howell of Llydeyate Maure to Pympe onnen under Tee ir Vawden and there extending to the messuage of John ap Ieuan ap Howell, and thence as the hedge leads about the said land to the land of Thomas ap Jankyn ap Meuric and thence to the lands and tenements in the hands of the said James Howell and Llydeate Maure above Treirdeon, with all other rights, customs, etc. belonging; also his tenement in Treirdeon with appurtenances in the hand of the said John Howell with all lands, etc. belonging, to the value of 20s. per annum. Witnesses: Walter Herbert, kt., steward of the lordship of Uske, John Wilcock, Thomas ap Jankyn ap Meuric, James Howell, David ap Thomas. Given at Treirdeon.

999. 12 June 1506 GRANT by Sir John ap Thomas Dere, Thomas ap Hoell ap Arnold, David William and Jankin ap Hoell ap David Vaghan to John ap Thomas, otherwise John y gove, of a meadow called Goorllode Vaghe, in the parish of Llanesen and fee of Uske between the lands called Maes ar arlloythe on one side and the land of Jenet vergh llewelin and Goorlloed Ieuan ap Md. on the other, which they have of the feoffment of Grig' ap John and Margaret his wife. Given at Llanesen.

1000. 18 June 1506 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Gregory ap John of Llanesen and Margaret vergh David, his wife, to John ap Thomas, otherwise John y gove of all right in a meadow (as in No. 999). Given at Llanesen.

329. 18 February 1507 GRANT by Lewis a Gwillim ap David ap Adam to John ap Thomas ap David, of a parcel of land called Teyre John ap Howell Murick, in the parish and Lordship of Tryllek, in length between the lands of William Herbert on one head, and the lands of William Herbert and the land of Lewis ap Gwillim on the other, and in breadth between the land of David William on one side, and the way which leads from Trillek to Chepstow on the other. Given at Trillek.

990. 16 March 1507 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by John ap Howell ap Philip of Lanviagell in Nethirwent to Thomas Herbert son and heir of John ap Guilim of Itton, esq., of all right in all lands and tenements, etc., with appurtenances in the lordship of Uske and in the parishes of Wolesnewton and Kylgurroke. Given at Rogyat.

1560. 25 June 1507 GRANT by William Herbert of Troy, esq., lord of Trecapraghed, to Sir John Thomas Dere and Jankyn ap John Thomas of three parcels of land with appurtenances lying together in the lordship of Uske in length between the stream called Olwy on one head and the land of the said William, lord of the said fee; called Mays vgha on the other, in breadth between a close of land of the said William called Mays y Velin on one part and a close called Ton Maur, now in the tenure of Robert Llowargh on the other, called Mays Eggloys, Ynys Nycholl and Goergloth Wadeth, and Mays Kenoll. Rent: 15s. 4d. per annum at Michaelmas, namely for Mays Eggloys 4s. 4d., for Ynys Michall and Goergloth Wadeth 6s. 4d., Mays Kenoll, 4s. 4d. suit of court at Trecapraghed, relief 3s. 4d. Witnesses: Walter Herbert, kt., steward of Usk, John Lewis, master sergeant, Philip ap Hoell, Thomas John ap Mc., Jankyn ap Morice. Given at Trecapraghed.

1561. 25 June 1507 COUNTERPART of the above Grant.

816. 16 August 1507 RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Johanna vergh Thomas ap Hopkyn to Jenet vergh Thomas ap Hopkyn, her sister, of all right in all lands, tenements, etc. with appurtenances which descended to her after the death of Stephyn ap Grono, in the parishes of Gwernesseny and Llangome yssa. Given at Matharne.

697. 14 November 1507 POWER OF ATTORNEY by William Herbert of Troy, esq., to John Hunteley, Thomas ap Roger of Woluisnewton, Howel apJankyn Watkyn and Sir Philip William, rector of the church of Llangyby, to receive seisin from William Ap Hoell ap Jankyn and Johanna, his wife, in a tenement with all buildings belonging and 3 parcels of land, with appurtenances, in the parish of Woluisnewton in the lordship of Uske, which they purchased of Thomas Herbert, son and heir of John ap Gwelym Herbert of Itton, esq., and others. 698. 14 November 1507 POWER OF ATTORNEY by William Herbert of Troy, esq., to John Hunteley, Thomas ap Roger of Wiluisnewton, Howel ap Jankyn Watkyn and Sir Philip William, rector of the church of Llangyby, to receive seisin from Thomas ap Jankyn ap Meuric of Woluisnewton in a tenement with all lands and appurtenances which he late purchased of Thomas Herbert, son and heir of John ap Gwilim Herbert of Itton, esq.

699. 14 November 1507 GRANT by Thomas ap Jankyn ap Meuric of Woluisnewton in the lordship of Uske, to William Herbert of Troy, esq., of a tenement with all lands and appurtenances which he purchased of Thomas Herbert, son and heir of John ap Gwelym Herbert of Itton, esq., lying in breadth between the lands of the said Thomas Herbert on one side and the land called Reidacar on the other, whereof one head abuts in length on an acre called Erow vawre, the other on the land of Roger ap Hoell. Witnesses: William Morgan, steward of Uske, and John Hewis, master sergeant, Thomas ap Robert, Receiver, John Wilcoke, James Howell. Given at Woluisnewton.

700. 14 November 1507 GRANT by William ap Howell ap Jenkyn and Johanna his wife, to William Herbert of Troy, esq., of a tenement with all writings belonging with three parcels of land, with appurtenances, in the parish of Woluisnewton in the lordship of Uske, which premises they purchased of Thomas Herbert, son and heir of John ap Gwelym Herbert of Itton, esq. (details as in No. 692). Among the witnesses: William Morgan, steward of Uske, John Hewis, master sergeant, and Thomas ap Robert, receiver. Given at Woluisnewton.

701. 16 November 1507. RELEASE AND QUITCLAIM by Thomas ap Jankyn ap Meuric of Woluisnewton in the lordship of Uske to William Herbert of Troy, esq., of all right in a tenement with lands and appurtenances purchased of Thomas Herbert, son and heir of John ap Gwelym Herbert of Itton, esq. (as in No. 699). Given at Woluisnewton. 1362. 25 June 1567 GRANT by William Herbert of Troy, esq., Lord of Trecapraghed, to Sir John dere and Jankyn ap John Thomas of three parcels of land, with appurtenances, in the lordship of Uske in length between the stream called Olwy on one head and the land of the said William, lord of the fee, called Mays vgha on the other, in breadth between a close of land of the said William called Mays y velin on one head and the close called Ton Mawr now in the tenure of Robert Llowargh on the other, of which the first parcels is called Mays Eggloys, the second Ynys Nycoll and Goergloth wadeth and the third Maeys knoll. Rent: 15s. 4d. per annum at Michaelmas, for Mays Eggloys, 4s. 4d., for Ynys nycholl and Goergloth Wadeth, 6s. 8d., for Mays Kenoll 4s. 4d., suit of Court at Trecapraghed; 3s. 4d. relief. Witnesses: William herbert, Steward of Usk, John Hewis, master sergeant. Given at Trecapraghed.





Adrian Benjamin Burke, Esq.

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