(i) George Ekin of Pontsbridge, co. Salop, gent.
(ii) Margaret Yale, spinster, eldest daughter of David Yale of Plase yn Yale, co. Denbigh, esq.
(iii) Rev. John Yale of New Market, co. Flint, clerk, only son and heir apparent of the said David Yale.
(iv) Mary Acton of Chester, spinster, youngest sister of Sir Richard Acton of Aldenham, co. Salop, Bart.
Mortgage from (i) to (iv) of capital messuage called Plase yn Yale, messuages called Ty yn y Mynde, Plase Dicus, Tythin y coe, Tu mawr, in township of Bodanwidog, messuage called Vron gogh in Gwithrinie, messuage and smithy called Tu tn llan ucha and message called Tu yn y Llan issa in Bryneglwys, all in the parish of Bryneglwys, of messuage called Tu cerrig in Cumo Deuparte, parish of Llantisilio in Yale, for consideration of £300; from (iii) to (iv) of messuage called Tir y Sais in Gwithinie, water corn mill called Bryn Eglwys Mill in Bryneglwys, all in parish of Bryneglwys, aforesaid messuage called Tu Cerrig, and chief rent of 2s 4d yearly from tenement in Cr[e]igiog Islan, parish of Llanarmon, co. Denbigh.
18/19 Jun 1742