Documents being transactions between G.H. Owen of Ymwlch and his brother-in-law Robert S. Perrott of Melyniog, co. Mont., but later described as of Bronhyddon, near Oswestry:

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Release of 16 May 1860; and two counsel's opinion upon difficulties of interpretation that had arisen over Mrs. Perrott's marriage portion in relation to the will of her grandfather and the intestacy of both her parents

Cynhaiarn Manuscript 118 gives O.D. Tudor's opinion subscribed on 12 February 1862, and Cynhaiarn Manuscript 119 gives C.T. Simpson's conclusion, given on 7 July in the same year. One curious point about Cynhaiarn Manuscript 117 (May 1860) which includes Jane Catherine Owen, spinster, as one of the parties, establishing that she was not married to the Rev. Thomas Morgan in 1859 (as the Pedigrees, 288, have it); further, Morgan was not vicar of Dyserth at the time of the marriage, but vicar of Llanfor in Penllyn (he did not come to Dyserth till 1881).