(i) Mary Mytton of Shipton, co. Salop., widow.
(ii) John Kynaston of Hardwick, co. Salop., esq. and the Rt.Hon. Thomas Edwards of Ffrodesley, co. Salop., Bart.
(iii) Rev. John Lloyd of Lambeth, co. Surrey, clerk, John Scott of . . . and William Waring of Church Stretton, co. Salop., Gent.
(iv) Roger Kenyon of Cefn, co. Denbigh, esq.
(v) Henry Hoare, Henry Hugh Hoare and Charles Hoare all of London, bankers.
(vi) Henry Merrick Hoare of London, banker.
Mortgage in £7,000 affecting Pen y Lan estate, viz:- capital messuage called Penylan, messuages called Tyddyn ucha, Bryn Coedloeth, Clod Angharad, Garthen Hall, Cae Warburton, house near that of John Kenrick, Cefn y fedw, Havod, Croesystryd, 2 messuages called Penybryn, Terfunnant, Parc y Havod, Bryn Adda, Acre fair, Bulkeley's Tenement, Little Tenement, Nant y Crogfaur, Graig, Wyddfed, Davies's Tenement, Ffoulke's Tenement, Gronwen, Pen yle, Llwyn Howell, Cefn, Caer Ffynnon, Pantglas, Yew Tree, Sam y Go's Tenement, Henfryn, Jefferey's Tenement, 6 others unnamed, lands, water corn grist mill called Pentre Mill and all tithes of hay from Christionedd Kenrick township, all in Ruabon, messuages called Eglwys Eagle and Trefor in Llangollen, 2 messuages in Minera, and messuages called Plas Golborn, Poynton's Tenement, Caie, Drury's Tenement and another unnamed in Erbistock, all co. Denbigh.