Admission of Summers Harford of Sirhowy and Chas. Lloyd Harford of Ebbw Vale Ironworks in Aberystruth, both ironmasters, both of (co. Monmouth) (devisees of Will of Rich. Summers H., late of Crickhowell (co. Brecon), esq.; Will dated 21 Mar. 1831)
[As in DSF/266], converted into a Meeting H use and burial ground for Quakers, now used by a sect called Baptists, adj. A messuage of Wm. Adams [and similar to DSF/266]
Lords and Ladies: Edw. Webb, esq., Alex Jones, esq. (Devisee of Will of Dina Frances Gorges, spr.) Edw. Sheldon, Jas. Somerville Somerville (lately called Somerville Fownes) and Rich. Sam. White (all devisees in trust in Will of Eliz. Sheldon, wid.), Jn. Gwynne & w. Arabella, Deliverance Dacre and w. Meliora and Thynne Howe Gwynne esq., Court held at house of Tho. Craddock, innholder, called the Clarence Hotel at Trosnant in Trevethin.
Dep. Steward: Chas. Herbert Croft, gent.
Homage: Frs. Morgan and Ben. Woodall
[Signature of dep. Steward]