1. Thomas Puleston of Emrall, co. Flint, esq. and Mary his wife.
2. Peter Williams of Emrall, gent. and William Jones of Ruthin, co. Denbigh, gent.
Deed Declaring the Uses of a Fine of messuages, tenements and lands called Kernenyfed, Skeybion, ffrith fawr and Bryn bagle, all in tha parish of Llanrhaiader in Kinmerch [Llanrhaeadr-yng-Nghinmeirch], co. Denbigh; Llwyne, Maes Madocke, Bryn Pervedd and Glan Conway, all in the parish of Llanroost [Llanrwst], co. Denbigh; Pentre piogod, Hendre Ddu and Havod Ennion, all in the parish of Derwen, co. Denbigh; Talybidwell, in the parish of Bryn Eglwys, co. Denbigh; messuages and tenements (unspecified) in the parish of Llandegla, co. Denbigh; Plas Newydd, Ty Ucha, Cwrt Tu yn y Caie, Hir Varrig, Taverne Dowyrch, Tu yn yr Aer bach and Dole Degla, all in Llandegla; Tyno in the parish of Llanarmon in Yale [Llanarmon-yn-Ial], co. Denbigh; Tu tan y Derwen, alias Pistill Gwyn, a messuage or tenement in Crickore, alias Vaynol or Havottu and a cottage in Vaynol - all in the parish of Llanvaire Dyffryn Clwyd [Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd], co. Denbigh; Kefn Coch, Nanmore vcha and Nanmore issa, also in Llanvaire Dyffryn Clwyd [Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd]; Gwerne Velus in the parish of Evenechtyd [Efenechtid], co. Denbigh; Erw Leyki and Cae bach, alias Cae pen y palmant newydd, all in the parish of Llanrhydd, co. Denbigh; Berthen Gron, Cae'r Gwartheg, Ffrith y Gored and other premises in the parish of Llanvoorog [Llanfwrog], co. Denbigh; a capital messuage and other messuages, etc. in the town of Ruthin co. Denbigh.