(i) William Puleston of Wrexham, co. Denbigh, draper
(ii) Theophila Williamson of Wrexham, spinster, eldest daughter of Francis Williamson, late of Wrexham, brazier by Theophila his late wife formerly Theophila Ellis one of the granddaughters of Robert Samuel of Wrexham, gent.
(iii) Thomas Studley of Overton, co. Flint, farmer and Elias Puleston of English Frankton, co. Salop, farmer.
Public house called the Golden Lion in High Street Wrexham and messuage and shop adjoining. Five cottages in alley way off High Street known as the ‘Nef’ otherwise ‘ney’ leading to the churchyard with messuage and shop. Warehouses and shops etc. the Birmingham Square or Hall, in Henblas Street in occupation of the Birmingham, Sheffield and other hardwaremen frequenting the annual fair commencing 23 March and known as March Fair, barn and cowhouse called Spring Gardens (tenants described), capital messuage and other property in Wrexham croft in Borough of Holt to (iii) in various trusts.
Consideration: marriage of (i) and (ii)
25/6 July 1839