1. Bishop of St Asaph.
2. John Whalley of Brynpolyn, St Asaph, butcher.
2 closes called Dol Escob and Maes Escob, now divided into several fields, in Brynpolyn township, St Asaph, and dwelling house, outhouses, etc. Term: 21 years from 25th March 1777. Rent: £24 to be paid at Bishop's palace, St Asaph. Consideration: surrender of former lease of 29th August 1767 to #2 of house, outhouses, etc.