Quitclaim, dated at Kidwelly 25 July 1569; (i) William John Williamson and heir of John William lately deceased of Pembrey, Carmarthen, yeoman to (ii) Roger Collens of Kidwelly, Carmarthen, alderman; 1 house and garden lying in the town of Kidwelly, called Sholande, between the land of David Dier and Jenkin Jolyss on the east, the burgage of John Pott on the south, land of Robert Jolyss, junior on the north and the Highway called Sholande on the west; also 5 acres of land and land called Rodda, 1 acre at Brownhill, between the Queen's land and the land of Jenkin Jolyss on the north and the Queen's land on the east, west and south; 1 acre lying between Boxe park and the land of John Vaughan on the west, the High Road on the north and Box Park on the east and south; 2 acres of pasture and wood at a place called Brode ford between the land of Nicholas Aylwarde and Gwendrath river on the south, the land of Roger Dier and Bryt Wood on the west, land of Jenett Boxe on the north and the road leading to Brode ford on the east; Rodda lies next to Porte road between the land called Ringes land on the north, the High road called Port Way on the east, the land of Hugh Fisher on the south and the land of Griffith John David Thomas on the west; 1 acre is next to a place called Colemans wood, between the land of John Phe in the tenure of Henry Byne on the west, the land of the Prior of Kidwelly on the south, land called Colemans wood on the east and north, commonly called Pott Park; Witnesses: David John Lloyd, Maurice Kynge, Jacob Gr. John

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  • Reference
      GB 216 RISW/Co 127
  • Dates of Creation
      25 July 1569
  • Language of Material
      Latin
  • Physical Description
      1 parchment; originally box 4