(i) Robert Wynne of Plas Newydd, co. Denbigh, esq.
(ii) Reverend Thomas Youde the younger of Ruthin, co. Denbigh, clerk.
(iii) Thomas Hunt of Mollington, co. Chester, esq.; Dame Jane Wynn late of Dean Street, Soho, but now of Mortimer Street, Cavendish Square, parish of St Mary le Bone, co. Middlesex, widow and relict of Sir John Wynn late of the same place, baronet, deceased; Catherine Wynn and Elizabeth Wynn both of Henrietta Street in the parish of Mary le Bone , co. Middlesex, spinsters; sisters of Sir John Wynne; John Parry of Lincolns Inn, co. Middlesex, esq.; Revd Thomas Evans, prebend of Worcester and William Myddelton of the Inner Temple, London, gent., executors and trustees of the will of Sir John Wynn.
Messuages in Kilygroeslwyd in the parish of Llanfwrog called Galchog and Galchog Isa; in the township of Bodyngharad called Hengoed; Tyddyn y Coed; Tyddyn y Cook; Tyddyn Hugh David; Tyddyn y Wern otherwise Wern Bingley; Cae Efa; Cae Eithin; Messuage in Pen y Coed called Pen y fedw. Property in parish of Efenechtyd called Cefn; Cae'r Berllan and Tir Gwillym. Messuages in Bryncaredig in Llanynys called Tyddyn y Calchwr and Drapers Tenement and Tilpin; in Sceibion called Pwll y Clai; in Llanrhydd called Cae Rhos and messuages in Clwyd Street and Mwrog Street in Ruthin; and barn in Rhos Street in Llanrhydd from (i) and (ii) to (iii).