Thomas Crewe (Trevalyn) to Sir John Trevor (Cannon Row, Westminster): has been to the Bishop's court at St Asaph as instructed by Mr Richard Prytherch to get a proclamation to be read in Estyn church about the seat where old Mr Lloyd of Herseth's wife usually sat and nobody objected to it so it was confirmed to recipient at a cost of 36s..10d besides the writer's expenses; has sold the hops to Marshall for 10s.; John George wants to rent an additional field and Sir Richard has given his consent but recipient's is now needed also; tenant Thomas Chrichley has died; Mr John Powell's mill is now working and is taking many customers away from Marford mills; Sir Richard and all friends are well.
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- Dates of Creation07 Nov 1633
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