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Cofrestr Rhydd Ddeiliaid 1760

Freeholders List 1760

Llangunfelin Parish
Freeholders Names Place of Abode Where Freeholds are Situate & what Called Who promised to, Or likely to be Influenced by Occasional Mem'dums
Jeremiah Williams al's Pugh Mochno Mochno Mr Pryse  
John Richards Gwethynis Island D'o  
Iltid Evans Gent Kencoed Carmarthensh' D'o D'o N.R.
Thomas Williams Noyadd Blaen y weyn D'o  
Thomas Lloyd Mariner Aberystwith Island   Mort'ged to Parry, Pen ywch
Edward Gwynne, Glazier D'o D'o Mr Pryse Q: Vote?
James John James   Island D'o D'o  
William Jones, Gent Dole clettwr D'o D'o In Mort'ge Q: Vote?

N.B. Those marked N.R. are Non residents

(LlGC/NLW, Cwrt Mawr 182B, fo. 49)

D.S. Mae trawsgrifiad arall gan J H Davies ar gael yn "Historical Society of West Wales Transactions" III, 1913 p.106, sy'n cynnwys y nodiadau isod:   N.B. There is another transcript available by J H Davies in "Historical Society of West Wales Transactions" III, 1913 p.106, which contains the following notes:

"(re: William Jones, Doleclettwr) Son of William Jones, who died October 1736 aged 36. William Jones junior was High Sherriff of Cardigan in 1766, he died 5 April 1779 aged 48. His only daughter Jane married John Watkins of Bryngwyn, and died at Brysgaga in 1845, aged 72. Her son W J Watkins, sold Brysgaga to Sir P Pryse, Gogerddan."

"Only freeholders who resided in the county, and had lands or tenements of the clear annual value of 40s, above all charges, were eligible to vote (8 Hen VI, c7)"


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