(i) William Lloyd Jones of Plas Madoc, near Llanrwst, co. Denbigh, esq. (eldest son and heir at law of Rev. John Lloyd Jones, late of Plas Madoc, clerk, deceased, who was devisee of Edward Simon, late of Denbigh, gent., deceased).
(ii) John Jones of No. 59 Fleet Street, London, perfumer (cousin and heir at law of Edward Simon, and eldest son and heir at law of Margaret Jones, wife of Daniel Jones, late of Ship Inn, Flint, deceased).
(iii) Timothy Blakeway of the White Horse Inn, Frankwell, near Shrewsbury, innkeeper, and Anne his wife formerly Anne Harris, spinster (Anne Blakeway is survivor of 3 children of Lumley Harris, late of Shrewsbury, widow, deceased).
(iv) John Pritchard of St. Oswald's parish, Chester, linen draper, Thomas Pritchard of Liverpool, carpenter, Edward Pritchard of Flint, schoolmaster, Richard Parry of Northop, co. Flint, carpenter, and Elizabeth his wife, and Richard Taylor of Llanfwrog, co. Denbigh, stone mason, and Mary his wife (surviving children of Jane Pritchard, late of Northop, widow, deceased), and John Pritchard Woods of St. Oswald's parish, Chester, baker.
(v) Richard Fynny of Coleshill, Holywell, co. Flint, farmer and Anna his wife, (ii) (the said John Jones), Thomas Jones of Birkenhead, co. Chester, packet agent, Elizabeth Jones of Flint, spinster, Eleanor Jones of Flint, spinster, Godfrey Jones of No. 59 Fleet Street, London, perfumer.
(vi) Joseph Simon of the King's Mills, Wrexham, co. Denbigh, innkeeper, and James Walley of Neston, co. Chester, shoemaker, and Jane his wife.
(vii) Jane WIlliams of Denbigh, co. Denbigh, spinster.
(viii) Salusbury Williams of Denbigh, gent., and the said Jane Williams, spinster.
2/3 part of messuages and lands in Denbigh (bounds refer to house occupied by Thomas Gee, printer, and another house formerly called the Prince of Wales and now the Waterloo Tavern) to (viii) as tenants in common.