(i) Sir Thomas Mostyn, baronet.
(ii) Charles Potts, gent.
The manor of Picton and Axton, free warren in Gwespyr, Picton and Axton, free fishery in the River Dee, 500 messuages, 200 cottages, 100 tofts, 300 barns, 10 dovehouses, 600 gardens, 6 water corn mills, 4 water fulling mills, 30 other water mills, 1,500 acres of land, 500 acres of meadow, 1,500 acres of pasture, 500 acres of wood, 1,000 acres of furze and heath, 200 acres of moor, 500 acres of marsh, 2,000 acres of land covered with water, £6.9s.8d. rent, mines, minerals, quarries and common of pasture and turbary with all other rights and appurtenances in Picton, Axton, Gwespyr, Talacre, Kelston, Gronant, Llanasa, Whitford, Whitford Garn, Greenfield, Holywell, Fullbrook, Brynford, Calcot, Bagillt, Coleshill, Golch, Meliden, Flint, Hawarden, and Newmarket, co. Flint.
Vouchee: Sir Pyers Mostyn, baronet.