S. Harford of Bristol, merchant, and J. Harford of Gelliwasted in Machen (co. Monmouth), esq. (exors. Of Will of Jas. Harford who was sole exor. of Will of Rich. Summers, who survived Jn. Lewis his co-lessee), to [blank] Starke of Langharne Castle (co. Carmarthen), esq.
Land (40 feet in breadth at the S. End), late in occ. of Marry Perrott, adj. N. The other part of the said field, W. the highway, E. the River Taf and S. The lands of Jn. Bevan of Langharne, near Langharne [similar DSF/295]
Recites: (1) Demise for 1000 years, 19 Aug. 1742, Jn. Stafford of Bradford (co.Wilts), clothier (devisee of Mary Perrott [as in DSF/295], to Rich. Summers [of Haverfordwest, merchant] and Jn. Lewis [of Llanddewi Velfrey (co. Pembroke), gent.]; and (2) Will of Rich. Summers (who survived Jn. Lewis [proved 27 Apr. 1796} at Canterbury, appointing Jas. Harford of Bristol, merchant, sole exor.
Initials of S. H[arford], J.H[arford]
[copy made at the request of the Monthly Meeting of Friends of Carmarthen and Glamorganshire]