1. Henry Bagnall, knight.
2. Owen Holland, Berw, co. Ang., esq.
COUNTERPART LEASE for the reversion of the term of 30 years (reciting Letters Patent of Elizabeth and Henry VIII to William Sackville and later lease to Nicholas Bagnall).
Henry Bagnall gives grants and confirms to Owen Holland the reversion in fee farm of the moiety, including the rights to woods and sea coal and coal in Sa - Vorfydd in the occupation of Jeffrey ap Harry and Jevan ap Jeffrey, Tyddyn yr Ysgubor occupied by William Griffith ap - David and now of Katherine verch William Griffith, Tyddyn William ap Tudd. in the occupation of John Wyn ap Jevan ap John and Owen William ap Howell ap Richard, Tyddyn yr Orsedd otherwise y Cefn du in the occupation of Michael Thomas and Gwenllian verch Jevan his wife and Hugh ap Griffith ap David ap Tegwared and John Griffith, (excepting Pen y Braich late in the tenure of Gwenllian verch Jevan and Tyddyn y llaw, Thomas ap [?] and Tyddyn John Mason occupied by Griffith ap David ap Rees in the occupation of Gwenllian ap Jevan, Tyddyn y corn in the occupation of Robert ap William Robert.
Except and always reserved unto Henry Bagnall a moiety of the coal, coal mines and commons and wastes.
Clause that Nicholas not be compelled to travel out of Ireland.
Rent: £3 4s. 4d. to Queen Elizabeth, her heirs and successors.
Consideration: Lands and tenements in Esgeifiog amounting to about the value of a moiety or half granted and assigned by Owen Holland to Griffith Bagnall, second son of Henry Bagnall for the term of 30 years by indenture of assignment of the same date between Owen Holland and Griffith Bagnall.