I give the freehold farm called Gwarcwmbach to my beloved wife Jane for life, afterwards to my son David. If he die without children it is to be given to my son Richard, and if he [ditto] to my son Hugh, and if he [ditto] to be equally divided between my daughters Catherine, Emma and Rebekka [sic] or their children. I give all my household furnture to my wife Jane, with the exception of the chest and drawers, which is to be given to my daughter Elizabeth. I also give £10 to my daughter Elizabeth. I give all my other property to my wife Jane until my youngest son Hugh is 21 years of age, and then to be equally divided between my wife Jane and her said children. I appoint Mr John Jones of Voelglomen in the township of Elerch and Rev. John Davies of Bwlchydderwen in the parish of Llanfihangel Genau'r-glyn to be joint executors. Dated 2 Oct. 1894.
(signed) Thomas Jones
John Davies, Bwlchydderwen, minister of the gospel
Enoch Jenkins, Winllan, farmer
Probate granted at the Principal Probate Registry, and administration granted to the said John Jones, the nephew of the deceased, and Rev. John Davies, the executors named in the will, the said Thomas Jones having died at Gwarcwmbachon 29 Aug. 1899, and the estate sworn at £2644-0-0. Dated 17 March 1900.
LlGC/NLW, Dilys Ifor Davies 25