(i) Henry Wynn of Inner Temple, London, esq.
(ii) Rt. Hon. James, Earl of Northampton, William Coleby of Exton, co. Rutland, gent., Sir Robert Crook of Chequires, co. Buckingham Kt., and Thomas Ffane of Buston, co. Kent, esq.
The site of the dissolved monastery of Valle Crucis with closes called Killiworgan, Countertenor (with a house thereon), Wakers Close, Crossfield, Blackacre, Markcrosse, Polefield, Cay yr pystell next Monks Stoake, Handling Close, Great Meadowe, Nucebrintegge, Churchill Close, Dolorbebant and a fulling mill, and all the manor of Llawest and Lordship of Yale, co. Denbigh, the manor of Wrixam and a water corn mill there, messuages in Chirk and Halghton and two mills in the lordship of Chirk all previously held by the said monastery and the rectories of Wrexham, Ruabon, Llangollen and Chirk and the chapels of Llansantffraid, Llandysilio and Bryneglwys and the tithes of corn and grain of Resolen, co. Denbigh.