Deed declaring uses of fines

Scope and Content

(i) Sir Edward Lutwyche of Inner Temple, Kt.

(ii) William Pughe of Mathafarn, co. Montgomery, esq., and Margaret, his wife, and John Pughe of Inner Temple, London, esq., their son and heir apparent, Rowland Pughe, Jane Pughe, Anne Pughe and Margaret Pughe, his other children.

Fines levied between the parties in cos. Merioneth and Montgomery were intended to comprise the manor of Kefeiliog, messuages called The Mires, Fforest, Upper House, Middle House, Tavolwern water corn mill, Penybont, Gwerngernit, Ty'n y Cornel, lake called Llyn Mawr, messuages called Gwern y bere Ty yn y nant, Melyn y Penrhos alias Melyn Gerrig mill, Pandy Penegoes fulling mill, Cwm er erfid, Melyn y ddolgay mill, Pandy'r ddolgay fulling mill, Tythin y Felindre, Melyn Rhysglog corn mill, Neuodd wen, Llidiart Llon du, Talybont ddrain, Havod fraith, Llyast, Cerrig'r wun, Llyast wen, Cleirie, Llyast newydd, Eskir wyon, Eskir fadog, capital messuage called Bryn Mlyn, Tythyn y Pandy, Cwm Celffeiniog, y Pantgwyn, Eskir Lyder, Rhyd y Gwiel, Cefn y Gader, Bryn y Garreg Llwyd, and other messuages and lands (named) in Llanbrynmair, Darowen, Penegoes, Cemmaes, Machynlleth and Llanwrin, co. Montgomery and in Mallwyd, co. Merioneth.

Uses of fines specified.