Part of Wynnstay Estate Records
Title deeds relating firstly to land under Allt Fawr Hill, and secondly to the messuages of Allt Fawr, Cae Glub and Rhos y Glascoed in the townships of Peniarth and Teirtref in the parish of Meifod, Montgomeryshire, purchased by Charles Watkin Williams Wynn from John Humffreys of Llwyn, son and executor of William Humffreys, 1773-1811. They include deeds of sale by Ann Jodrell of Ankerwyke, Wraysbury, Buckinghamshire, widow of Gilbert Jodrell, to William Humffreys of Llwyn, of parts of Dyffryn Hall Farm (described) and the land under Allt Fawr Hill 1773; a covenant by Barbara Countess of Powys to William Humffreys to produce deeds, 1773; a mortgage by William Humffreys to Richard Morgan of Shrewsbury, 1774 and the reconveyance by his son, Richard Morgan of West Bromwich, 1795. The deeds for Allt Fawr, Cae Glub and Rhos y Glascoed comprise a succession of assignments of mortgage at the direction of John Humffreys, in which the mortgagees include William Bray and William Clutton, and Pryce Davies, 1800, Catharine Jones, widow of Joshua Jones, late of Trefnannau but then of Oswestry, 1808, and John Phillips of Llwyn and Jeffrey Poole of Trefnannau, 1808. The file concludes with the conveyance by John Humffreys and his mortgagees to Charles Watkin Williams Wynn of all the properties described above, and assignment of the term of years created by the will of William Humffreys, dec., in trust, 1811.