(i) Edward Pennant of Bagillt Hall esq.
(ii) John Champion of Bristol merchant.
Piece of land in a field in Holywell called Heltydd or Master Pennant's Woodland, with liberty to erect a building for any purpose (except a corn or grist mill or cupola for smelting lead ore), and to set up dams, engines, machines and other conveniences, with liberty to dig clay and sand to make bricks.
Term: 99 years.
Endorsements: (a) "Part of the Brass battery buildings & Pool is on the sd. premises" (b) Note that the premises were conveyed by Thomas Pennant esq. to Sir Piers Mostyn baronet in an exchange by deed of 2 Nov 1771.