Jn. Hanbury of Lower Street, London , merchant, to Osgood Hanbury (s. Of said Jn. H.), Math. Beadles, apothecary, Wm. Cooper, cordwainer, Ambrose Williams, Wheelwright, all of Pontypool (co. Monmouth), to Jn. Jones of Llanfrechfa (co.Monmouth)
A Quaker Meeting House and burial ground walled in, a stable etc. [as in 261 & 259], but adj. Lands of late Jn. Hardley and now of Capel Hanbury, and adj. Lane now a highway; and also [as in 254] now called the Quaker's burial ground, adj. A highway leading from Pontypool to a common called Mynydd bach and the lands, late of Jn. Rosser [as in 254], now of Capel Hanbury; in Pen-y-garn, in Trevethin (co. Monmouth).
Covenants for quiet and peaceable possession and that further assurances will be levied or executed if required.
Recites 261 and 257 and that the cider mill is now a dwelling house, lately occ. By Evan bevan now by Anth. Cooper; and that of the original trustees only Rich. Hanbury jun. Survived and Jn. Hanbury being his heir received the property.
Lease for a year held by a 'barley corn' rent.
[Signature & seal of Jn. Hanbury]
[Receipt for £10, wtn. Eliz. Hanbury, Fidelity Pinnell]