Gwent Record Office
Marquess of Abergavenny: Land and tenement held by Richard Williams
Documents concerning land held of the manor of Ewyas Lacy, not dated
1 Admission of Mary Prosser
2 Surrender by her and her husband David Prosser of Llanveynoe in Clodock, Herefordshire, yeoman, to the use of Richard Williams of Newton in Clodock, on trusts declared
3 Admission of Richard Williams; 27 Nov 1837
One third part of tenement, stable, beasthouse, barn, outbuildings and 15 pieces arable, meadow and pasture (49a) in Newton in Clodock. Abuttals and numbers on (unidentified) map given)
To be held by Williams on trust for person or persons to be appointed by David and Mary Prosser, and subject to such appointment in trust for Mary Prosser during the joint lives of herself and her husband, remainder to the survivor of them, remainder to person or persons to be appointed by Mary Prosser, remainder to Mary Prosser her heirs and assigns.
Recites admission to above property, 15 Sep 1823, of Henry Morgan of Newton in Clodock, gent, for lives of himself, John Williams aged about 8 years, the son of William Williams of Newton, farmer, by his wife Ann, and John Jones aged about 6 years, son of Samuel Jones of Bacton, Herefordshire, farmer, by wife Sarah.
Also recites deaths of Henry Morgan and of his brother and heir Thomas Morgan (both unmarried and intestate), and that Thomas Morgan's co-heiresses at law are his three sisters, Mary Prosser, Hannah wife of Richard Williams, and Elizabeth wife of Edward Lewis Lillwall of Much Dewchurch, Herefordshire, farmer.
Annual rent 1s 8d. Heriot 5s.