(i) William Robert Maurice Wynne of Peniarth, co Merioneth, esq, and William Slaney Kenyon Slaney of Hatton Grange, co Salop, esq.
(ii) Sir Herbert Lloyd Watkin Williams Wynn of Wynnstay, co Denbigh, Bart.
(iii) Sir William Grenville Williams of Bodelwyddan, co Flint, Bart, Charles Watkin Williams Wynn of Coedymaen, co Montgomery, esq and the said W R M Wynne.
(iv) Lady Louise Alexandra Williams Wynn of Wynnstay, wife of (ii).
(v) Rev David Charles Edwards of Bala, co Merioneth, Minister of the Gospel, Rev John Gwynoro Davies of Llanuwchllyn, co Merioneth, and Richard Jones of Bala, esq.
(vi) John Jones of Llanfyllin, co Montgomery, esq, Thomas Edwards of Llanfyllin, solicitor's articled clerk, and Gwilym Edmunds of Llanfair Caereinion, co Montgomery, bank manager.
(vii) Rev William Williams of Dinas Mawddwy, co Merioneth, Minister of the Gospel, Rev Owen Jones of Newtown, co Montgomery, Minister of the Gospel, and Edward Davies of Plas Dinam, co Montgomery, esq.
(viii) Rev Roger Edwards of Mold, co Flint, Minister of the Gospel, John Evan Powell of Wrexham, co Denbigh, ironmonger, and John Rowlands of Llangollen, co Denbigh.
(ix) Peter Roberts of St Asaph, co Denbigh, chemist, Ezra Roberts of Ruthin, co Denbigh, and Rev Jonathan Jones of Caerwys, co Flint, Minister of the Gospel.
The sites of Welsh Calvinistic Methodist chapels in the parishes of Llanfor and Llanuwchllyn, co Merioneth, Dolanog, Llanerfyl, Llanbrynmair, Llanwrin, Trefeglwys and Llangadfan, co Montgomery, and Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd, Llangollen and Llanrhaeadr ym Mochnant, co Denbigh. Schedules and plans annexed.
Consideration: various (detailed in schedule).