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  • ID: I75231
  • Name: James Philipps of Pentyparc
  • Surname: Philipps
  • Given Name: James
  • Suffix: of Pentyparc
  • Sex: M
  • _UID: 7749D396FFA23444A47EC2BFAF2F0F3204A7
  • Note:
    PENTY PARK Deposited by Mrs B. Lloyd, Penty Park, Clarbeston Road
    Estate and family records of Lloyd of Mabws, co. Cardigan, Philipps of Hafodneddyn, co. Carmarthen, and Lloyd of Penty Park, co. Pembroke, mostly relating to cos Pembroke and Carmarthen, 1590-1916. See also Griffith E. Owen and Roberts & Evans. Schedule (1962), Annual Report 1943-44, p. 30
    1 1590, June EXPOSITION of a patent granted to Sir Thomas Jones. Expounded by Thomas Hitchcocker of Lincolns Inne.
    2 1595, Aug RENTAL of the possessions late of the monastery at Strata Florida, co. Cardigan, leased to Robert, Earl of Essex 2 May 1588.
    3 1595, Dec. 11 1. Thomas Cornock of Reyneston, co. Pembroke, husbandman; 2. Jenkin Cornock at Wyntertowne, yeoman, and Janet his wife. GRANT in consideration of £11 of the moiety of his messuage or tenement in Reyneston. Witnesses: William apowell, John Heyne, John Phillip all of Reneston, Owen ap Rees of Colleston, Thomas Symins, scriptor. Latin
    4 1595, Dec. 13 1. John Cornock of Reneston in the hundred of Dongleddy, co. Pembroke, yeoman; 2. Richard Phillipps of Woodstock, gent. RELEASE in consideration of £27 of a messuage or tenement in Hayock in the parish of Reneston now in the tenure of Henry Roch. Witnesses: Harry Johns, Thomas Jordan, Thomas Lloyd, Tho[mas] Phillips, David Jenkyn of Woodstock , ? Jo. Kynner. Latin
    5 [17th cent.] NOTES on a suit concerning the estate of William Bevan, involving George Lewis.
    6 1612/3, March 19 ADMISSION of David Lloyd, clerk, to the rectory of Penbeyre in the diocese of St Davids. Latin
    7 1677, June 15 COMMISSION to William Phillipps of Heythogg, co. Pembroke, esq., to take oaths in co. Pembroke and in the town and co. of Haverfordwest, under the Act of 15 Feb. 29 Charles II entitled 'An Act for taking of affidavits in the county to be made use of in the Courts of the King's Bench, Common Pleas and Exchequer'. Latin
    8 1679, June 15 1. Francis Rogers of the town of Pembroke, alderman; 2. William Meare of Essington, esq., and Hugh Meare of Kingston, gent.; 3. John Rogers, eldest son of the said Francis Rogers and Elizabeth his wife, one of the daughters of the said William Meare. SETTLEMENT after the marriage of the said John Rogers and Elizabeth of the messuage and garden in the Great Dewy streete in the parish of St Maries, Haverfordwest, called the Bakehouse adjoining the town gate, the half roof, backside and garden in the Little Dewy streete in the parish of St Thomas, Haverfordwest, the messuage, garden and close in the tenure of William Payne, butcher, in the latter street, a messuage and garden in the High streete in the parish of St Maries, Haverfordwest, and a chief rent of 8s issuing out of two messuages and gardens on the south side of the Great Dewy streete.
    9 1682, Dec. 29 1. James Philipps of Pentypark, esq.; 2. David Walters of Carmarthen, tailor. LEASE for 21 years of a messuage or burgage in Lammas Street, Carmarthen. Torn
    10 1707, Sept. 4 AFFIDAVIT of Richard Phillipps of Carmarthen, gent., at Carmarthen relating to the deed of settlement which he drafted for William Beavans of Pencoed, co. Carmarthen, gent., in respect of the latter's estate and the £ 100 given to Katherine Reynolds.
    11-12 1710, July 20 CASE of James Phillipps with counsel's opinion concerning a mortgage on the estate [endorsed: Penycoed estate] of Fairley Osborne and Mary his wife, sister of William Beavan, eldest son of Theophilus Beavan. With a copy of the case.
    13 circa 1713 LIST of the sheriffs of co. Carmarthen 1541-1713. Bound in a bond dated 14 Aug. 1583 between Walter Vaughan of Goldengrove, co. Carmarthen esq., Ievan Lloyd ap Lewis of Llandyloe Vawr, gent., William Lloyd of Llangathen, gent., and Morgan Rees of Carmarthen, gent., on the one part, and Richard Phillipps of the town of Carmarthen, esq., on the other part in £100 for the further assurance of a messuage and lands in the parish of Llanvyhengle Aber Bithicke, co. Carmarthen.
    14-15 1719-26 ACCOUNT of the clerk of the peace for co. Pembroke for the year ending at St Thomas Quarter Sessions 1720, with receipt of James Phillips for the balance; and the account of moneys received by John Phillips as clerk of the peace for the year ending at St Thomas Quarter Sessions 1726.
    16 1719, Nov. 5 CASE with counsel's opinion on the will of Richard Lloyd, esq., dated 15 Dec. 1715 and the executorship of the same during the infancy of his executor and grandson Richard Lloyd of Mabus.
    17 1723/4, Jan. 20 1. Thomas Edwardes of Carmarthen, gent., and Thomas Lloyd of the parish of Llanwennog, co. Cardigan, gent.; 2. Thomas Lloyd of Coedmore, co. Cardigan, esq. BOND for the payment of £45 and interest.
    18 1723/4, Feb. 10 LETTER from J[ohn] Phillipps, Haverfordwest, to James Philipps, esq., to be left at Mr George Horne ['s] the Angel and Crown in the Strand, London. Sends him bills to the value of £210 10s.
    19 1724/5, March 24 1. Erasmus Philips of the parish of Kilymaenlloyd, co. Carmarthen, gent. 2. Phillip Reynold of the same parish, yeoman. LEASE for 11 years of the messuage and lands called Plasbach, parcel of Bronhoyl in the said parish. Rent: £4 annually. Duties: one man to scour the mill-leat yearly, to keep a hound, and to lend his cart to fetch turfs from the Ross to Coedllys.
    20 1726, Nov. 28 1. John Williams, esq., mayor of Carmarthen, the burgesses and commonalty of the same; 2. Thomas Lloyd of Carmarthen, esq. LEASE for 21 years of the site or decayed fulling mill called Melin Morva and two parcels of marsh and town lands in the lower franchise of Carmarthen. Rent: 10s annually.
    21 1728, Nov. 22 COMMISSION to Jenkin Edwards of Presteigne, co. Radnor, gent., to take oaths in co. Hereford, Radnor, Cardigan, Brecon and Monmouth. Latin
    22 1729, May 8-9 ACCOUNT of John Jones to his master John Philipps, esq., for money by him received at Manor beer and Penally courts.
    23 1730, Nov. 19 WILL of James Philipps of Pentypark, esq. Copy
    24 1731, Oct. 5 1. John Philipps the elder of Carmarthen, esq.; 2. James Philipps of Pentipark, esq. RELEASE in respect of the purchase money, viz., £1367. 19s. 5d., for the moiety of the rectory and parsonage of Towin Merion otherwise Towin Merioneth and the chapels of Llanvihangell Tal-y-Llyn and Penall, co. Merioneth.
    25 1732, Easter BILL OF COMPLAINT of-Phillips against David Davids of the parish of Llandilo Vawr, co. Carmarthen, yeoman, concerning title to two messuages and land, in Llandilovawr and Llanvyhangell Aberbythich called Lletty Ewen otherwise Llwyne Ewen and the felling of timber there. Incomplete draft
    26 1734 1. John Philipps of Llwyn Crwn in the parish of Llanginning, co. Carmarthen, clerk, and Alice his wife; 2. John Adams of Whitland, parish of Llanboydy, esq., and the Reverend Thomas Williams, M.A., Fellow of Jesus College, Oxford. DEED relating to the capital messuage and lands called Llwyn Crwn with Tyryrhenfagwr and Penysarn in the parish of Llanginning, messuages and lands called Kilehengroes in the parish of Llanboidy and Blaen Killame in the parish of Llangam, co. Carmarthen. Incomplete. Also part of a copy of a deed relating to a burgage in Lower Water Street [? Carmarthen]. Two leaves from ? a precedent book.
    27 1734 COURT ROLL of the Sheriffs court, co. Pembroke, during the shrievalty of James Philips, esq. Incomplete and torn.
    28 1740, July 30 ABSTRACT OF TITLE DEEDS (1550-1740) of the estates of Lawford Cole, son of Thomas Cole, merchant, in the city of Bristol, Saint Christophers in the West Indies, the manors of Acton, Tockington and Hull, co. Gloucester, and Glin Hobbly in the parish of Killgorugg, co. Monmouth.
    29 1741/2, March 10 ACCOUNT between Erasmus Philipps and James Philipps.
    30 circa 1744 ACCOUNT of disbursements for Richard Lloyd, esq., in order to explain the right of election of a member to serve in parliament for the borough of Cardigan, co. Cardigan, and in respect of his petition against the election and return of Thomas Pryse, esq., for the said borough in 1740.
    31 1746/7, Jan. 23 1. Edward Mansell Cole of Stradey, parish of Llanelly, esq.; 2. Kedgwin Webley of Chancery Lane, co. Middlesex, gent.; 3. James Parnell of Bristoll, gent. RELEASE to make a tenement to the freehold of messuages and lands in Bristol. Copy
    32 1747, July 21 LETTER from Anna Louisa Philipps to Mrs Philipps at Penty-park near Here- Ford West. 'Dear Papa'. 'Our' aunt has sent for them to dine with her on Sunday. Asks of Uncle and Aunt Owen.
    33 1750, April 26 LETTER from D. Lloyd, St Jermains, to 'Dear Cozen'. The death of recipient's father. Obliged for instructing him with the state of his family and affairs and to learn that he has been brought up in business. Growing an old man, in his sixty-sixth year. Leads a quiet life. Would be a pleasure to see him in this country.
    34 1752, March 12 LETTER from Ja[mes] Philipps to his wife. 'Dear Glum'. Tells how much the Edwards' have distressed his family. Mrs Pugh came from Mrs Pryce to have a hundred year out of the tithes settled on a son. Mrs Pryce became tenant of the tithes and she had them cheaper by a great deal than what the writer might have had of another person. Complains about the fines to the Bishop of St Davids for renewals of the tithe lease. Edward's son John must have all the papers belonging to Coedllys; the writer cannot raise a shilling on that estate. Heartily tired of this town. Yesterday put in his answer to Jack Lloyd. Bought gowns and petticoats for his daughters.
    35 1754, July 12 WILL of Morgan Jones of the parish of Kylye Ayron, co. Cardigan, blacksmith. Bequests include messuages and lands called Rhyd y Verwig, Carn y Geifir and Ty'n y Ffynnon in the parish of Llanllwchhayarn, and GlanCannog in the parish of Kyllye Ayron, co. Cardigan. Copy
    36 1757 1. John Wogan of Wiston, esq.; 2. James Philipps of Hencot, parish of Wiston, husband[man]. LEASE of the messuage and lands called Hareshead, and Wiston Mill, parish of Wiston. Rent: £50 annually with duties. Draft
    37 1762, March 29 ACCOUNT of James Lloyd of Mabus, esq., with Hugh Bold in respect of legal services in the suit between Lloyd and Thomas Jones in an ejectment for lands in Llanvrynach and elsewhere in the sessions for co. Brecon, 1760-1.
    38 1764, Michaelmas RENTAL of the estate of James Philipps in the county borough of Carmarthen and in the parishes of Llanvihangel Abercowin and Llanelly, co. Carmarthen.
    39 1765, Dec. 4 PROBATE WILL of John Roberts of the town of Pembroke, alderman. Will dated 20 June 1762.
    40 1767, June 2 1. John Leach of Browslade in the parish of Castlemartin, gent., and Margaret his wife. 2. Henry Leach of the parish of Loveston, gent. DEED to declare the uses of a fine levied of messuages and lands in Haverfordwest, as specified in No 8 above.
    41 1768, Nov. 14 1. Sir William Owen of Orielton, bart., Major General John Owen of Bangeston in the parish of St Mary in Pembroke, and Arthur Owen of Chelsea, co. Middlesex, esq.; 2. William Webb of Pembroke, merchant; 3. Evan Humphreys of Landshipping, gent. LEASE for three lives of messuages and lands in Pembroke. Rent: £5 annually.
    42-43 1769, March 22-23 1. Sir William Owen of Orielton, bart.; 2. Richard Bowling the younger of the parish of St Mary in Pembroke, gent. CONVEYANCE of a parcel of land with a barn in the parish of St Michael in Pembroke.
    44 1770 AN ACT for repairing and widening several roads in co. Cardigan. Printed (with manuscript notes)
    45 1770, June 29 1. Margaret Leach of Pembroke, widow; 2. Benjamin Jones of the parish of St Mary, Haverfordwest, shopkeeper. LEASE for three lives at a messuage in the parishes of Saint Mary and Saint Martin, Haverfordwest, in the occupation of Samuel Levi Phillips, jeweller. Rent: £19 19s and a couple of fat hens at Michaelmas or one shilling annually.
    46-47 1772, Oct. 30 1. Margaret Leach of Pembroke, widow; 2. Thomas Philipps of Carmarthen, farmer; 3. Jenkin Ferrier of Pembroke, gent. SETTLEMENT before the marriage of Thomas Philipps and Margaret Leach of messuages and lands in Haverfordwest and Pembroke.
    48-49 1773, June 10-16 1. Richard Bowling of Pembroke, merchant, and Rebecca his wife; 2. Thomas Philipps of Carmarthen, tanner. GRANT (lease and release) in consideration of £420 of a tanyard and houses in the parish of St Michael in Pembroke.
    50-51 1773, July 13-14 1. Thomas Phillips of Carmarthen, tanner, and Margaret his wife, daughter and heir of John Roger of Pembroke, alderman, deceased, and also sister and heir of Richard Rogers and William Rogers, both of the same place, deceased; 2. George Parry of Haverfordwest, gent.; and John Bateman of the same place, gent.; 3. Jenkin Ferrier of Pembroke, esq. LEASE AND RELEASE to make a tenant to the precipe to suffer a recovery of messuages and lands in Haverfordwest.
    52 1774, Feb. 23 WILL of Margaret Phillips, wife of Thomas Phillips of Pembroke, tanner.
    53 1776, June 25 1. Elinor Allen of Dale Castle, spinster, only child of John Allen esq., deceased; 2. James Philipps of Penty Park, esq., and John Bartlett Allen of Cresselly, esq.; 3. John Lloyd of Mabus, co. Cardigan, esq., eldest son and heir apparent of James Lloyd, esq., by Anna Maria, his wife; 4. James Lloyd of Mabus, esq., and the said Anna Maria his wife; 5. David Allen of Dale Castle, esq., one of the surviving brothers of the said John Allen. SETTLEMENT before the marriage of John Lloyd and Elinor Allen of the impropriate rectory of Mounton, the messuage a field called Chappel Meadow, in the parish of Mounton, messuages and lands in the parish of Prendergast, the messuage and lands called Dale Hill, parish of Dale, Newton in the parish of Llanstadwell, and messuages and lands in the parishes of St Mary and St Thomas, Haverfordwest. Copy (1864)
    54 1777 COPY of the will dated 12 July 1757 of Rees Thomas of Penbryn. With notes: he was buried 15 July 1577 and his son Thomas Thomas died 25 Feb. 1777.
    55-56 1777, June 23-24 1. William Webb of Pembroke, merchant; 2. William Gravenor of Bristol, gent. MORTGAGE for £200 of leasehold messuages and land in Pembroke. See No 41.
    57 1777, Aug. 27 1. Thomas Phillips of Pembroke, farmer and Margaret his wife; 2. John Tucker of the parish of St Mary in Pembroke, gent.; 3. Joseph Tucker of the same, gent. MORTGAGE for £600 of the property specified in Nos 46-47.
    58 1779 MEMORIAL of the freeholders of the Principality of Wales against the Treasury Warrant and Appointment of John Probert as an assistant to the Revenue Officers and for inclosing the waste and uncultivated lands in the Principality. Printed
    59 1787 COMMISSION of the peace for co. Carmarthen taken out by John Vaughan, esq. his son Lieut-Colonel Colin Lindsay; and of the 'Memoirs of Colin, Earl of Balcarres concerning the Revolution 1688, presented by him to the king at St Germains'; copied from the Manuscript at Balcarres. Copied at Balcarres 1789.
    61 1794, Feb. 10 LETTER from Ja[mes] Lloyd, Gibraltar to James Lloyd, esq., Mabws, Lampeter. 'My dear father'. Received letter dated 20 Dec. on 3 Feb. Complains about lack of correspondence. Tells of his life in Gibraltar, the Governor, price of food, a shooting party in Spain, conditions in Spain, war with France.
    62 1794, May 2 LETTER from [James Philipps Lloyd], Gibraltar, to James Lloyd, esq., Mabus, Lampeter. Has no money if they go to the West Indies. This garrison expensive to the captain's. Recommends a book entitled 'General Lloyd [a Welshman] on the invasion and defence of Great Britain and Ireland'. Wants to make the author a relation. Perused Sir John Dalrymple's history. Finds David Lloyd a very conspicuous figure in the exiled court of James II. John Probyn, a captain in the 18th Regiment, wishes to be remembered to Thomas.
    63 1794, May 6 1. Thomas of Pembroke, farmer, and Margaret his wife; 2. Charles Tucker of the same, gent., and Mary his wife, administratrix of John Tucker of the same, gent., deceased. MORTGAGE for the better security of £1800 of a tanyard and messuages and land in Pembroke.
    64-65 1794, Nov. 25-26 1. Thomas Phillips of Pembroke, tanner; 2. Mary Tucker of Pembroke, widow and administratrix of John Tucker, gent., deceased. MORTGAGE (lease and release) for better security of £1800 of a tanyard and messuages and lands in the town of Pembroke.
    66-67 1795-9 REGIMENTAL ORDERS issued by Colonel James Philipps Lloyd, serving in South Africa and India. Two volumes.
    67 ? 1797 ENGLYNION entitled 'Sulw a gwrthblygiad ar yr Amseroedd presenol, etc' and beginning 'Mae'r Ffrangcod fel llewod yn llū?'
    68 [late 18th cen.] MEDICAL RECIPES, aphorisms, verse, etc.
    69 [19th cent.] GENEALOGY of the descent of John Allen Lloyd from David Lloyd of Ffos y Bleiddiaid, with arms emblazoned.
    70 19th cent. GENEALOGICAL NOTES on the families of Lloyd of Ffosybleiddiaid, Mabws and Penty Park, Johnes of Dolau Cothi, and of the Princes of Wales.
    71 [19th cent.] TABLE of benefactors and their benefactions to the town of Carmarthen, 1672-1731.
    72-3 [19th cent.] TWO HYMNS: 'Emyn Foreuol' and 'Emyn Brydnawnol'. Printed by J. Harries, Caerfyrddin. Added in pencil: by D. Rowland. Printed.
    74 [19th cent.] SCHEDULE of property in the parish of Wiston and Clarbeston, co. Pembroke, through which the railway line will run.
    75 1801, Oct. 20 LETTER from Evan Nepean, Admiralty Office, to Colonel Browrigg. Appends an extract of a letter from Rear Admiral Blanket to Evan Nepean dated Leopard, Suez, 16 May 1801 respecting the meritorious conduct of Lieut, Colonel Lloyd.
    76 1801, Oct. 31 1. William Gravenor of Bristol, esq.; 2. Thomas Phillips of Pembroke, gent.ASSIGNMENT of a lease of a messuage in the parish of Saint Mary in Pembroke.
    77 1805, Jan. 3 CASE with counsel's opinion concerning the marriage settlement (6 Oct. 1733) of James Phillips, esq., and Jane Pryse, for Col. James Phillipps Lloyd.
    78 1806, Jan. 16 APPOINTMENT of James Philipps Lloyd, esq., to be a trustee in place of James Lloyd of Mabus, esq., one of the trustees appointed in the upper district of co. Cardigan under the Act for repairing and widening roads.
    79 [circa 1809] LETTER from [Theophilus Jones, Brecon, to] John Lloyd, esq., Mabws near Lampeter, Cardiganshire. Pedigrees and arms of the Lloyd family. Fragment.
    80 1809, Feb. LETTER from The[ophilus] Jones, Brecon, to [John Lloyd esq., Mabws near Lampeter, Cardiganshire] The pedigree and arms of the Lloyd family of Ffos y Bleiddiaid, Mabws and Pentypark. Torn
    81-3 1809, March 25 LETTER from Theo[philus] Jones, Brecon, to John Lloyd, esq., Mabws near Lampeter. The descent of John Lloyd., family from Owen Gwynedd or Tydwal. The sale of Tregaer. Thanks for money for recipient's and Mr Johne's books. The writer's next work. With two copies.
    84 1810, March 24 LETTER from The[ophilus] Jones, Brecon to Col. James P. Lloyd, Mabws, [ near Lampeter crossed out] Carmarthen. Criticises Meyrick's History of Cardiganshire. The element Mathew Cradok, in place-names. The meaning of the place-names Bwysfa and Mabwys. The Lloyd pedigree. Inquiries about his books, sent to Hugh Hughes of Aberystwyth, and Lloyd's sister, Mrs Thomas of Llanvaughan's subscription, Inquiries about Cardiganshire families. (Abertrinant, Cilfache in Llanddeiniol, Ffoshelig, Rhosyglomen and Hafod)
    85 1810, April 8 LETTER from The[ophilus] Jones, Brecon, to Col. Ja[me]s P. Lloyd, Mabws near Lampeter. Payments for the writer's books from Hughes and Lloyd's sister. The children of Col. Owen Lloyd and his brother of Bronwydd. Wishes to continue the pedigrees in the books given him by Mr Vaughan of Golden Grove which at the writer's death he has undertaken to place in the Bodleian, the Herald's College or some other public library. Mr Johne's pedigree. Inquiries about Pembrokeshire. Fenton a man of considerable literary obility. Charles Norris of Tenby is about a very elegant and expensive work 'the Architectural Antiquities of Wales'- one of the ablest artists in the Kingdom. Landseer did not do justices to his drawing for one of the writer's plates.
    86 1810, April 24 LETTER from The[ophilus] Jones to Col. [James P.] Lloyd, Mabws near Lampeter. Has received Lloyd's Arms properly marshalled and blazoned. Inquiries about Mr Goulding. Thanks Col. James Lloyd for receiving money for his books from Hughes and Mrs Thomas. Arms of Powel of Nanteos and Lord Cadogan. Sir Francis Burdatt, [Burdett] a flaming Whig. What the Devil possesses 'my Blues of Carmarthen'. The Baronet of Iscoed has represented some of Sir Francis's tricks in their true light. Criticises Sir Francis and his party in the House of Commons. Morris's prospectus. Meyrick complains that his books do not go off well. Would have surprised the writer if they did. Has advised Meyrick not to apply his talents to Welsh literature of which he certainly has no knowledge. Meyrick is going to law with Williams of the Strand, the bookseller who is a shark.
    87 1810, July 6 LETTER from The[ophilus] Jones, Brecon, to Col. James Lloyd, Mabws near Lampeter. The Lloyd Pedigree. Descent of the Peterwell property. Criticism of Meyrick.
    88 1811, Oct. 21 LETTER from The[ophilus] Jones, Brecon, to Col. James Lloyd, Mabws near Lampeter. 'Cadno' is the usual word in South Wales for fox. Derives 'barely' from 'bara-lys or the bread herb'. Asks him to send the grant to the Earl of Essex and any other old papers. The Lloyds of Danyrallt. The Bishop of St Davids' charge to that Chapter consists of repeated attacks upon Fenton's book will help the sale of the book among dissenters. Sorry for Fenton of whose abilities he once thought more highly than he does at present. Ellis Wyn has behaved most disingenuously; he has borrowed the whole of his plan [of Y Bardd Cwsg], much of the substance and frequently the words of Quevedo without over informing his countrymen that such a person or such an author had appeared in the world, and yet perhaps if the writer can wipe or wash his draggled tail (for he is as well as his master Quevedo a most dirty dog he may appear in an English dress for he has merit, humour and some originality. 89 1815, May 10 CASE with counsel's opinion touching the sequestration of the estate of Thomas Davies of Pentresion in the parish of Lampeter, co. Cardigan, following a suit for tithes, which estate had been conveyed to Thomas Davies the younger, son of the aforesaid Thomas Davies.
    90 1817, Aug. 20 1. William Edward Powell, esq., Lord Lieutenant of co. Cardigan. 2. James Philipps Lloyd of Ystradteilo, co. Cardigan, esq. APPOINTMENT as deputy lieutenant.
    91 1820 AWDL Marwnad i'r diweddar Barch. Eliezer Williams, A. M., Periglor Cayo a Llansawel?gan y Parch Daniel Evans, A. M. alias Daniel ab Ieuan Ddu o Geredigion, Caerfyrddin. Argraffwyd gan J. Evans, 1820. Printed
    91 1820, Jan. 22 LETTER from [Lord] Milford, Picton Castle, to Colonel- Condolence with the family of Dale on the late melancholy occasion.
    92 1821, Jan. 13 PROBATE WILL of Elinor Lloyd, wife of John Lloyd of Dale Castle, co. Pembroke, esq., Will dated 18 Aug. 1866, with codicil dated 25 Jan. 1820. Copy
    93 1821, March 17 1. John Green, esq., lieutenant in 85th Regiment of Foot; 2. Eliza Philipps Laugharne late of Orlandon and now of Tenby, spinster; 3. The Reverend John Powell Cuny, rector of Saint Brides, co. Pembroke, and the Right Hon. Richard, Lord Milford, of Picton Castle. SETTLEMENT before the marriage of the said John Green and Eliza Philipps Laugharne.
    94-5 1824, Feb. 3 PROBATE OF WILL of Richard, Baron Milford. Will dated 21 Jan. 1820. With codicil 28 July 1821. And an extract of the will. Copies
    96 1827, Feb. 25 LETTER from J. Beynon, Newcastle [Emlyn], to Colonel Lloyd Philipps, Mabus, concerning the rent and sale of the estate, with copies of the opinion of John Wilson, Lincoln's Inn, and a letter to J. Mynan.
    97 1828, April 23 GALAR GAN er coffadwriaeth am y Parch D. Davies, Periglor Llanfihangel- Penbedw, Dyfed, bu farw Ebrill y 23 ain, 1828, yn 32 ain oed?gan J. Jones, Athrofa Ramadegawl, Aberteifi, Aberteifi. Argraffwyd yn Swyddfa y Greal. gan I. Thomas. Printed.
    98 1828, Nov. 20 RECEIPT from Evan Morgan to Col. Lloyd Philipps for a deed of 2 Dec. 1784 relating to Perthygwenin farm.
    99 1829, May 19 WILL of James David Philipps Lloyd of Pwlcrochan, co. Pembroke, clerk. Proved. 13 Aug. 1832. Extract (1864)
    100 1829, July 19 LETTER from [Anthony Adrian, 7th Earl of] Kintore, Wadley House, Berks, to the Hon. John Ramsay, Secretary to the Commander in Chief, India. Requests him to speak to Lord Dalhousie in favour of the son of Col. James Lloyd who is being sent out to India. Requests this on behalf of 'the ace of trumps of this country, Pryce Pryce, M. P. for Cardigan'.
    101 1831, Dec. VERSES beginning 'It was Dunois the young and brave./ was bound for Palestine..' 'Said to be translated from the French by Sir Walter Scott'.
    102 1832, Feb. 10 ORDER from J. P. Ll. Philipps, Mabus, to William Williams, Overseer of the parish of Llangwyrfon, co. Cardigan, to appear before him at Mabus to shew cause why he does not pay Martha Evans of his parish 3s. a week but only 2s.
    103 1838, Aug. 27 1. Bowen Robert Robertson of Hakin House, co. Pembroke, esq.; 2. Caroline Amelia Robertson of the same, his wife; 3. Richard Cecil Lloyd, the nephew of the said Caroline, residing at Dale castle. DEED OF SEPARATION whereby an annuity £112 is secured on three messuages and lands called Hodgeston in the parish of Hodgeston, co. Pembroke, to the said Caroline.
    104 1844-9 CERTIFICATES of attendance at lectures, examinations, etc., by Frederick Lewis Lloyd Philipps of Brasenose College, Oxford.
    105 1848, Oct. 14 PROBATE OF WILL of Evan Davies of Aberystwyth, glazier. Will dated 5 April 1839.
    106 1850, March 29 CERTIFICATE of the burial on that date of Caroline Amelia Robertson of the parish of St Mary, Pembroke.
    107 1854, Feb. 14 CERTIFICATE of the oaths taken by James Beynon Lloyd Philipps, esq, one of the keepers of the Peace of co. Pembroke.
    108 1855, July 9 PROBATE WILL of Margaret Davies, widow, of Bridge Street, Aberystwyth. Will dated 11 Nov. 1849.
    109 1860, Feb. 14 COMMISSION from John Frederick, Earl Cawdor, H. M. Lieutenant for co. Pembroke, to Frederick Lloyd Philipps, gent., as ensign in the Carmarthenshire Rifle Volunteers.
    110 1860, Dec. 7 APPOINTMENT from Edward Lewis Pryse, esq., Lord Lieutenant of co. Cardigan, to Frederick Lewis Lloyd Philipps of Hafodneddyn, co. Carmarthen, esq., as deputy lieutenant for co. Cardigan.
    111 1862, March 29 COMMISSION from John Frederick Vaughan, Earl of Cawdor, H. M. Lieutenant for co. Carmarthen, to Frederick Lewis Lloyd- Philipps, esq., as captain of a company in the Carmarthen Division of the Royal Carmarthen and Pembroke Artillery Militia.
    112 1863, July 16 PROBATE WILL of Caroline Amelia Robertson, the wife of Bowen Robert Robertson of Warreston, co. Pembroke. Will dated 28 March 1643. She died 24 March 1850.
    113 1863, Sept. 26 AGREEMENT of John Francis to become tenant to the Earl Cawdor of a cottage and land in Wiston, co. Pembroke.
    114 1864, April 2 1. Eliza Philipps Greene late of Boulogne but now of 33 Hereford Road, Bayswater, co. Middlesex, widow; 2. Eliza Philipps Greene aforesaid, and Louisa Frances Anne Greene, spinster, and William Crawford Greene, gent., the two surviving children of the said Eliza John Greene, deceased, her late husband; 3. John Philipps Allen Lloyd Philipps of Dale Castle, esq., and William Charles Allen Phillips of Saint Brides Hall, co. Pembroke, esq. MORTGAGE to secure £600 and interest of the fifth part of fields in the parish of Prendergast, co. Pembroke, and the messuage and land called Penlan in the parish of Llanfihangel Abercowin, co. Carmarthen, and the messuage and lands called Middlehook in the parish of Robeston Wathen, co. Pembroke, and of moneys held upon trusts of his marriage settlement.
    115 1866, April 26 LETTER from James Allen, Castlemartin, to Lloyd Philipps. Wants to borrow a MS pedigree book formerly belonging to Mr Bulkeley Philipps to enable him to help Mason of Tenby in completing some notes on the Pembrokeshire sheriffs.
    116 1866, May 8 LETTER from James Allen, Castlemartin, to Lloyd Philipps. Concerning the MS pedigree book compiled by Buckeley Philipps and the Dale MS.
    117 1867, July 3 ADMINISTRATION of the will of Eliza Philipps Greene, of 74 Hereford Road, Bayswater, co. Middlesex.
    118 1867, Sept. 2 DISCLAIMER by Captain Thomas Greene, R. N., of gifts and bequests under the will of Eliza Philipps Greene.
    119 1870 ABSTRACT OF TITLE John Frederick Vaughan, Earl Cawdor, to the manor of Wiston and messuages and lands in the parishes of Wiston and Slebech.
    120 1870 ABSTRACT OF TITLE to four-sixteenths of the sum of £10,000 raiseable for the younger children under the will of John, Baron Cawdor.
    121 1870 ABSTRACT OF TITLE of John Frederick Vaughan, Earl Cawdor, and his trustees to hereditaments in the parishes of Wiston and Slebech.
    122 1870, July 25 PARTICULARS of Sale of messuages and lands called New House, Scourfield Fach, Stubbe Borough, Little Hare's Head, Wiston Mill, Hare's Head, Cold Blow, Clayford, West End and South Dairy in the parishes of Wiston and Slebech, co. Pembroke. Printed
    123 1870, July 25 CONTRACT for the purchase of Lot 2 by Frederick Lewis Lloyd Philipps of Pentypark, esq.
    124 1870, Dec. 20 LETTER from [Lord] Cawdor, Stackpole Court, to F. L. L. Philipps, esq. Requests payment of the balance of the purchase money of Lot 2 of the Wiston sales to Messrs Farrer & Co.
    125 1870, Dec. 24 1. John Frederick Vaughan, Earl Cawdor; 2. Frederick Lewis Lloyd Philipps of Penty Park, esq. CONVEYANCE of lands called Scourfield Fach in the parish of Wiston.
    126-9 1870, Aug. 31-1871, March 30 REQUISITIONS on the title to Scourfield Fach, parish of Wiston, list of documents, and a bill of costs.
    130 1876 SCHEDULE of deeds relating to the real property devised by the will of Miss Louisa Frances Anne Greene 25 Oct. 1869.
    131 1876, Aug. 25 OBITUARY NOTICE of John Johnes of Dolaucothy, esq., re-printed from the 'Welshman', with additions. Printed
    132 1876, Dec. 11 VALUATION of and report on the farm of Middlehook in the parish of Robeston Wathen.
    133 1879, Feb. 28 1. Harry Lloyd of Aberystwith, solicitor's clker; 2. Mary Davies of Llwynfynwent, parish of Llangwyrfon, co. Cardigan, widow. MORTGAGE for £300 of a third part of the messuage and lands called Middlehook in the parish of Robeston Wathen, co. Pembroke.
    134 1887, March 7 APPOINTMENT of Frederick Lewis Lloyd Philipps of Penty Park, esq., as sheriff of co. Pembroke.
    135 1884, March 8 DECLARATION by Harry Lloyd of Baker Street, Aberystwith, accountant, relating to Middlehook, parish of Robeston Wathen, and fields in the parish of Prendergast.
    136 1888, June 23 PARTICULARS OF SALE of property called Haroldstone Farm in the parish of Haroldstone Saint Issells, Sutton Hill Farm and Upper and Lower Plash Farms in the parish of Lambstone, fields in Prendergast, and a house in Haverfordwest. Printed
    137-9 1888, Aug. 10-20 LETTERS from Jenkins & Evans, solicitors, Cardigan, to Henry Lloyd, Rock House, Marine Terrace, Aberystwith, Mrs C Phillips, Lee Hotel, Penrhiwceiber, Glamorganshire, to Messrs Gruffith Jones & Co., Solicitors, Aberystwith, and Davies, George & Co., Haverfordwest, to Messrs Gruffith Jones & Co., concerning the sale of Prendergast Meadows, Haverfordwest, by Mrs Henry Lloyd to Mrs C Griffiths.
    140 1888, Sept. 14 REQUISITION on the title of Harry Lloyd of Rock House, Aberystwith, to a fourth part of fields in the parish of Prendergast, co. Pembroke.
    141 1889, Feb. 4 1. Harry Lloyd of Rock House, Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth, co. Cardigan, accountant; 2. William Michell of Wemyss Mine near Devils Bridge, mine agent. MORTGAGE for £100 of a third part of Middlehook in the parish of Robeston Wathen, co. Pembroke.
    142 1891, March 12 APPOINTMENT of Frederick Lewis Lloyd Philipps, esq., as deputy lieutenant for co. Carmarthen.
    143 1896, June 19 1. The Reverend John Pughe Morgan of Beguildy vicarage, co. Radnor, clerk;2. David Lloyd of 30 Portland Street, Aberystwyth, co. Cardigan, accountant. ASSIGNMENT of a lease of a messuage being No 31 North Parade and two cottages and smithy in Cambrian Street, Aberystwyth.
    144 1897, July 2 NOTE by F. L. Lloyd Philipps, Pen-ty-parc, Clarbeston Road, that he wishes to be buried in the family burying place in Walton East churchyard.
    145 1899, May 16 1. Elizabeth Ellen Morgan of Belgrave House, North Parade, Aberystwyth, co. Cardigan, spinster; 2. Harry Lloyd of Rock House, Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth, accountant; 3. Mary James of 63 Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth, wife of James John James. ASSIGNMENT of a mortgage of the property specified in No 141.
    146 1902, Sept. 30 SALE POSTER of the out-door effects of the late Frederick Lewis Lloyd- Philipps at Pent-y-Park, co. Pembroke. Printed
    147 1904, June 7 1. The Mayor, aldermen and burgesses of Aberystwyth; 2. David Lloyd of 31 North Parade, Aberystwyth, accountant. LEASE of No 31 North Parade.
    148 1904, June 21 1. David Lloyd; 2. Harry Earnshaw Whittles of Allanhill, Walsworth Road, Hitchin, co. Hertford, accountant. MORTGAGE of No 31 North Parade, Aberystwyth.
    149 1916, May 31 1. Daniel Thomas of 22 and 24 Little Dark Gate Street, Aberystwyth, draper;2. Harry Earnshaw Whittles; 3. Jane Lloyd of 55 Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth, wife of Harry Lloyd, retired accountant. ASSIGNMENT of a lease of Arosfa, North Parade, Aberystwyth.
    150 n.d. NOTES from deeds and documents (1820-76) relating to the Lloyd, Robertson, Phillips and Greene families.
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  • Change Date: 3 Jan 2013 at 00:00:00

    Father: William Philipps of Pentyparc b: 1508 in Cilsant, Dyfed, Cymru
    Mother: Elsbeth Bowen

    Marriage 1 Jane Griffith
      1. Has Children Jonet Philipps
      2. Has No Children Elsbeth Philipps
      3. Has No Children Jane Philipps
      4. Has Children John Philipps of Pentyparc
      5. Has Children Richard Philipps of Woodstock, Ambleston

      1. Title: A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland
        Author: Sir Bernard Burke
        Publication: 1886
        Page: 2020
      2. Title: Welsh Genealogies AD 1400-1500
        Author: Peter Clement Bartrum
        Publication: Aberystwyth. Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru / The National Library of Wales, 1983
        Page: Cydifor Fawr 2(A2), p.377; Marchudd 6 (B1), p.1265
      3. Title: Annals and Antiquities of the Counties and County Families of Wales
        Author: Thomas Nicholas
        Publication: London: Longmans, Green, Reeder, 1875
      4. Title: Heraldic Visitations of Wales and Part of the Marches Between the Years 1586 and 1613
        Author: Lewys Dwnn, edited with notes by Sir Samuel Rush Meyrick
        Publication: Llandovery: William Rees, 1846
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