Elisha Beadles of Pontypool, shopkeper, to Roger Jenkins of Llanfrechfa, Isaac Morgan of Mamhilad, Wm. Cooper of Pontypool, Jos. John of Trevethin, Tho. Jenkins of Llanfrechfa, all yeomen, and Jonathan Barrow of Monmouth, cooper; all (co. Monmouth).
A square enclosed piece of land (cont. About 12 yeards square), being part of the lands and tenement called The pant, used for a burial ground by the people called Quakers, with right of way through 'the orchard by the side of the New House of the pant', in Llanvihangel-ystern-llewern (co. Monmouth).
Covenants for quiet and peaceable possession, and to make or suffer further conveyance if required.
[Signature and seal of said Elisha Beadles]
[Endorsed: (a) receipt for £4; (b) wtn. Evan Bevan, Phil. Leonard, Nathan Woodlif[fle].