These two cases are linked and relate primarily to Pen-y-Bryn Farm, Eglwysbach.
(a) Evans vs Evans (1900) case heard in Chancery in Manchester:
1. William Evans of Chapel St., Salford
2. William Rodger Evans of Brynhyfryd, Gyffin, Conway
Re: estate of Jane Evans of Eglwysbach and properties including Pen-y-Bryn and Bryndadlen in Eglwysbach and Rhos Cottages in Gyffin Rd., Conway.
(b) Evans vs Porter (1901-1902)
1. Williams Evans of 335 Chapel St., Salford
2. James Porter of Conway, James Smith of Old Bank, Bangor, Hugh Jones of Old Rd., Conway, William Rodger Evans of Brynhyfryd, Gyffin, Conway.
Re: mortgage on Pen-y-Bryn Farm, Eglwysbach dated 29 March 1899.
[Includes documents dating back to 1879 about the will of Richard Davies of Tyddyn y Glen, Eglwysbach and relating to Pen-y-Bryn, Henrhyd and Bryndadlen all in Eglwysbach and the baptisimal record for William Roger Evans from 1850. Includes sales particulars and plan for Pen-y-Bryn.]