Welsh Cottage

A semi detached character cottage dating back to at least the 18th Century close to the English/Welsh border.

This cottage has many interesting features, and the owner has the original deeds. I was asked to find out what I could about the history of the house.

Picture of the cottage

9 August 1873

Hannah Inigo Jones of Mill Bank died as an infant and was buried in the churchyard. There is no other mention of Mill Bank in the 1853-1874 burial register. Perhaps everyone survived, perhaps they are buried elsewhere, or they are one of the many "village" entries, or perhaps Pentrefelin.

[58]

25 September 1877

Edward Jones of Mill Bank died aged 77 years and was buried in the churchyard. NB. Abode column in burial register says "Mill Bank Oswestry".

[47]

29 August 1879

Jane Williams of Mill Bank died aged 16 years and was buried in the churchyard.

[48]

03 April 1881

Millbank was occupied by:
1.
Martha Maria Davies, widow, age 52, farmer of five acres, born in Llangedwin, Denbighshire
George Owen Davies, her son, not married, age 24, farm labourer, born in Llandrhaidr, Montgomeryshire

2.
George Jones, age 48, painter and paper hanger, born in Selattyn, Shropshire
Elizabeth Jones, his wife, age 39, born in Llangynog, Montgomeryshire
Rosamund Jones, his daughter, age 10, scholar, born in Llanrhaiadr, Montgomeryshire
Gertrude Jones, his daughter, age 4, scholar, born in Llanrhaiadr, Montgomeryshire
Emily Jones, his daughter, age 2, born in Llanrhaiadr, Montgomeryshire
Norman Jones, his son, age 1 month, born in Llanrhaiadr, Montgomeryshire.

Between the two dwellings named Mill Bank is Tydail which is unoccupied. Immediately prior to Mill Bank is Old Tollgate house and Three Tuns loft and Rock House follow it.

[9]

04 April 1883

Anne Elizabeth Powell of Mill Bank died aged 4 months and was buried in the churchyard.

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11 May 1883

Selina Jones of Mill Bank died aged 10 months and was buried in the churchyard. NB burial register states certified by David Jones.

[50]

25 July 1887

Converyance: Mrs Anne Thomas Mr Thomas Richards

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26 July 1887

Mortgage: Mr Thomas Richards to Mr Edward Roberts

[29]

13 July 1888

John Rees of Mill Bank was buried in the local churchyard. He was 63 years old.

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02 August 1888

Mary Williams of Mill Bank was buried in the local churchyard. She was 67 years old.

[52]

11 August 1888

Edward Jones of Mill Bank was buried in the local churchyard. He was 70 years old.

[53]

07 October 1890

Sarah Williams of Mill Bank was buried in the local churchyard. She was 36 years old.

[54]

26 March 1891

Reconveyance: Mr Edward Roberts to Mr Thomas Richards

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05 April 1891

Millbank was occupied by:
1. Occupying 3 rooms.
Thomas Williams, age 43, shoe maker, employer, born in Llanrhaiadr, Montgomeryshire. Welsh and English speaking.
Ann Williams, his wife, age 49, born in Aberdare. Welsh and English speaking.
Robert Williams, his son, age 16, shoe maker apprentice, employed, born in Aberdare. Welsh and English speaking.
Daniel R. Williams, his son, age 14, born in Llanrhaiadr, Montgomeryshire. Welsh and English speaking.
Catherine Williams, his daughter, age 18, domestic servant, employed, born in Aberdare. Welsh and English speaking.

2. Occupying 4 rooms.
David Jones, age 43, joiner, neither employed nor employer. born in Llanrhaiadr, Denbighshire. Welsh speaking.
Ann Jones, his wife, age 42, born in Llanrhaiadr, Montgomeryshire. Welsh speaking.
Annie Jane Jones, his daughter, age 11, scholar, born in Llanrhaiadr, Montgomeryshire. Welsh speaking.
David Elis Jones, his son, age 7, scholar, born in Llanrhaiadr, Montgomeryshire. Welsh speaking.
Christopher Jones, his son, age 4, born in Llanrhaiadr, Montgomeryshire. Welsh speaking.
Herbert Jones, his son, age 5 months, born in Llanrhaiadr, Montgomeryshire.

3. Occupying 2 rooms.
David Williams, widower, age 71, general labourer, employed. born in Fwyddelwern, Meriontheshire . Welsh speaking.

4. Occupying 3 rooms.
Henry Williams, widower, age 40, farm labourer, employed. born in Llanrhaiadr, Montgomeryshire. Welsh speaking.
Margt Jane Williams, his daughter, age 12, scholar, born in Llanrhaiadr, Denbighshire. Welsh speaking.
Rose Maria Williams, his daughter, age 6, scholar, born in Llanrhaiadr, Denbighshire. Welsh speaking.

Two more properties named Mill Bank are unoccupied. Castle Buildings is enumerated after Mill Bank and Pendentyn is the property before Mill Bank.

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30 April 1891

Lease: Mr Thomas Richards to Mr John Humphreys

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21 November 1893

David Williams of Mill Bank was buried in the local churchyard. He was 68 years old.

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10 April 1894

Robert Williams of Mill Bank was buried in the local churchyard. He was 52 years old.

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24 May 1894

Mortgage: Mr Thomas Richards to Messers W. H. Winder and Joseph Parry Jones for £100 giving Winder and Jones the use of Mill Bank and Trap Gate, and the plot of land meausring 3 roods and 39 perches.

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07 November 1894

Hannah Dorcas Williams of Mill Bank was buried in the local churchyard. She was 3 months old.

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22 April 1899

Mary Morris of Mill-bank died aged 78 years and was buried in the churchyard.

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07 May 1899

John Humphreys of Mill-bank Llanrhaiadr-yn-Mochant Montgomeryshire, retired innkeeper, died. He had made his son, John Humphreys junior, the sole executor of his will, and left everything to him. John senior made his mark on the will (i.e. he could not write his name) two days before he died. He was buried in the churchyard on 11 May.

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04 July 1899

Jane Humphreys of Mill Bank was buried in the local churchyard. She was 79 years old.

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11 Feb 1900


John Humphreys of Mill-bank, carpenter, died at the Plough Inn. He had not completed administrating his father's will. His executor was Robert Henry Charles, draper. All property was to be sold,his debts and funeral expenses paid and the residue to be divided. One third was to be shared equally amongst his father's siblings. One third was to be divided amongs the children of his late aunt Elizabeth Jones of Tanyfoel Farm, Llanarmon. The final third was to be divided amongst the children of his deceased aunt, the wife of John Davies. He had made this will on 09 February 1900, two days before he died, and like his father he made his mark rather than signing the will.

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15 February 1900

John Humphreys of Mill Bank was buried in the local churchyard. He was 48 years old.

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09 January 1901

Robert Henry Charles, draper, is the executor of the estate of John Humphreys, carpenter, who left effects to the value fo £1789 10s 4d, though no tax was payable. He was also granted the administration of John Humphreys senior's estate.

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31 March 1901

Millbank was occupied by:
1. Occupying 3 rooms.
Jane Davies., widow, age 70, no occupation, born in Llanrhaiadr, Denbighshire. Welsh speaking.
William Davies, her son, single, age 23. A general labourer, born in Llanrhaiadr, Montgomeryshire. Welsh speaking.

2. Occupying 4 rooms.
Elizabeth Davies., widow, age 44, no occupation, living on own means. born in Llanfihangel yr Arth, Carmarthenshire. Welsh and English speaking.
Mary H. Davies., daughter, age 10, born in Llanrhaiadr, Montgomeryshire. Welsh and English speaking.
Thirza Davies., daughter, age 4, born in Llanrhaiadr, Montgomeryshire. Welsh and English speaking.

Mill Bank 3 and 4 were unoccupied.

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24 April 1901

Robert Henry Charles, draper, is the executor of the estate of John Humphreys, retired innkeeper, who left effects to the value fo £1865 19s 5d. No tax was paid on the estate.

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7 May 1903

Thomas Richards of Tygwyn, Brithdir, Llanrhaiadr wrote a will leaving everything to his brothers John Richards of Tygwyn and William Richards of Efelwag, in equal shares. The rent was to be divided between the surviving children of William Richards. William and John Richards were to be the executors.

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11 June 1903

Thomas Richards of Tygwyn, Brithdir, Llanrhaiadr died.

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September Quarter 1904 (01 July - 30 September 1904)

Robert Lloyd, married Jane Jones at Llanfyllin Registry Office Montgomeryshire.

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4 July 1905

William Davies of Mill Bank was buried in the local churchyard. He ws 27 years old.

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10 April 1907

Transfer of mortgage from Messers W. H. Winder and Joseph Parry Jones to Mrs Mary Ann Lloyd

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02 April 1911

The property was occupied by:
Robert Lloyd, married, age 46, an engine driver at a granite stone quarry in Llangynog. He was born in Llanrhaiadr. He gave his nationality as Welsh, and spoke both Welsh and English.
Jane Lloyd, his wife, age 48. The couple had been married 7 years and had no children. She worked at home, and like her husband was born in Llanrhaiadr, gave her nationality as Welsh, and spoke both Welsh and English.

There were lead quarries and mines in Llangynog from 1692 and slate quarries from the early 18th century. Granite quarrying was important to Llangynog during the early part of the 20th century. The Tanat Valley Light Railway had opened in 1904 but Robert Lloyd probably worked on engines within the mine rather being a locomotive driver. The granite quarries can be seen above Llangynog to this day. Cyrniau granite quarry is visible in this 2013 image of Llangynog, above the New Inn (1751)
Llangynog, Powys

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18 December 1914

William Richards died intestate. He had three children: John Richards, junior, Mary Evans (nee Richards) and Elizabeth Morris (nee Richards)

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3 July 1915

John Richards, junior was granted Letters of Adminstration for the estate of William Richards.

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11 April 1917

John Richards, junior of Wynnstay Arms Hotel, Llanrhaiadr, licenced victualler, wrote a will appointing William Hughes of Castellmoch, Llanrhaiadr, farmer and Robert Allen Charles of Llanrhaiadr executors and trustees.He left everything in trust for his wife Charlette Richards during her widowhood and until his youngest children reached the age of 21. The remainder was to be divided amongst his children in equal shares.

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28 October 1918

John Richards, junior of the Wynnstay Arms Hotel died aged 49. He had two children: John Tanat Richards and Jane Richards. He was buried in the churchyard on 31 October.

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6 May 1919

John Richards, junior will was proved by William Hughes and Robert Allen Charles who fully administered the estate.

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29 March 1922

Robert Lloyd of Glanrhyd died. He was buried two days later in the graveyard at St Dogfan's Church in the village. The burial register gives his age as 57, which is consistent with his age on the 1911 census above, with a birth date of about 1865 but the gravestone gives his birth date as 14 February 1872 which would have made him only just 51. It would appear that the Lloyds moved out sometime between 1911 and 1922.
Robert Lloyd gravestone

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2 December 1923

Edward Humphreys of Mill Bank died aged 92 years. He was buried in the churchyard on 5 December. He left a will which was probated on 17 March 1924 to David Evans of Leeds House, draper and John Edwards of Henfache Bach, farmer, both from the village. His estate was worth £1209 16s 8d. He was living at New Mills in Llanrhaiadr-yn-Mochant, and a retired farmer when he wrote his will on 13 September 1917. He left money to his daughters Mary Morris, Eunice Evans, Elizabeth Evans, Ellen Roberts, Sarah Evans, his granddaughter Sally Evans and his grandson Vincent Humphries. He left his farm at Penfforddwen in the parish of Llanrhaiadr yn Mochnant in trust for his son Edward, and after Edwards death to his daughters Elizabeth and Eunice in equal shares. The remainder was divided equally between his son Edward and his five daughters. He said the sum of £12 paid to him by Richard Evans of Foelllyn towards the burial costs of his son Robert Evans of Tyrhai should be retained and used for the same.

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23 February 1932

Mary Ann Lloyd died.

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7 June 1932

Mary Ann Lloyd's will was proved by Thomas Ward Green of The Wood, Maesbrook, Kinnerley, Shropshire, Gentleman, and Mary Helena Lloyd, of 21 Ferrers Road, Oswestry, Shropshire, spinster)

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31 March 1937

John Tanat Richards reached the age of 21.

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3 August 1939

Mrs Mary Evans wrote a will leaving one-third share in Millbank to Elizabeth Morris for her lifetime, and afterwards to John Tanat Richards and Jane Roberts in equal shares.

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29 September 1939

The property was occupied by:
Charlotte Richards, a widow, born 15 November 1892 who was doing unpaid domestic duties.
Jane Richards, who later became Roberts, born 17 April 1914 also doing unpaid dometic duties.
John T. Richards, born 31 March 1916, a "clerk at rate collector office and local government".
Glyn Roberts, born 29 August 1912, a school science teacher.
Two people who were born after January 1922.

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3 August 1940

Jane Richards and Glyn Roberts married at St Dogfans church Llanrhaiadr.

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12 November 1941

Transfer of mortgage from the representatives of the late Mrs M. A. Lloyd (that is Thomas Ward Green of The Wood, Maesbrook, Kinnerley, Shropshire, Gentleman, and Mary Helena Lloyd, of 21 Ferrers Road, Oswestry, Shropshire, spinster) to Mrs Mary Evans, widow of Eirianfa. The mortgage for for a messuage dwellinghouse and land called Mill Bank and a messuage called Trap Gate in Llanrhaiadr-ym-Mochnant, Montgomery. The transfer is supplemental to a mortgage dated 24 May 1894 between Mr Thomas Richards, Messers W. H. Winder and Joseph Parry Jones. This mortgage had been transferred to Mary Ann Lloyd for a term of three thousand years, however only the interest had been paid. The £100 was now paid to Thomas Ward Green and Mary Helena Lloyd.

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28 December 1944

Jane Lloyd wife of Robert died.

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27 August 1946

Mrs Mary Evans died.

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23 January 1947

Mrs Mary Evans will was proved by Edward Percy Kyffin Evans and William Iorwerth Morris.

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23 December 1947

New trustees of Thomas Richards Will Trust were appointed. They were trustees of a dwelling house with garden, stable yard, and piece of land measuring 3 roods and 39 perches known as Mill Bank, occupied by John Tanat Richards and a cottage adjoining thereto known as Plasnant (formerly known as Trap Gate) in Llanrhaiadr yn Mochnant in the County of Montgomery.
Edward Percy Kyffin Evans of Glaniwrch, Llanrhaiadr yn Mochnant, Denbigh, Farmer, and William Iorwerth Morris of Trewern, Llanrhaiadr, farmer. The Executors, the first part.
Elizabeth Morris of 174 Tollemache Road, Birkenhead, Chester, wife of David Morris. The second part.
John Tanat Richards of Millbank, Llanrhaiadr, Insurance Agent. The third part
Jane Roberts of Leicester House, Llanraiadr, married woman. The fourth part.
Edward Percy Kyffin Evans, Elizabeth Morris , John Tanat Richards and Jane Roberts. The fifth part, the trustees.

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24 December 1947

Edward Percy Kyffin Evans, Elizabeth Morris, John Tanat Richards, and Jane Roberts of the first part, Edward Percy Kyffin Evans and William Iorwerth Morris of the second part sold a parcel of land at the northern part of Millbank to Jane Winifred Morris of Marion house, Llanrhaiadr-yn-Mochnant.

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6 October 1948

Edward Percy Kyffin Evans and William Iorwerth Morris receive £100 from Edward Percy Kyffin Evans to transfer to him personally the mortgage on Mill Bank and Trap Gate.

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10 January 1958

Deed of release E.P.K. Evans to E.P.K. Evans and others.

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11 January 1958

Edward Percy Kyffin Evans, Elizabeth Morris, John Tanat Richards, and Jane Roberts sold the Toll House with garden and premised formerly called Trap Gate but for some time called Plas Nant to Allen Roberts of Plas Nant, a water works employee.

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2 March 1959

Elizabeth Morris of Lloran House Llanrhaiadr yn Mochnant, died intestate in Wrexham Hospital. Letters of adminstration were granted 10 September 1959 to David Wilfred Morris who was the only person then entitled to the estate.

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7 June 1959

Edward Percy Kyffin Evans received £100 from John Tannat Richards of Mill Bank transferring the mortage to him.

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26 November 1959

The personal representatives of Mrs Elizabeth Morris (deceased), that is David Wilfred Morris of Lloran House Llanrhaiadr yn Mochnant, retired labourer, the vendor, assigned one third share of Millbank to John Tanat Richards of Millbank, agricultural merchants manager, the purchaser.

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14 May 1962

John Tanat Richards, shopkeeper and salesman of Eirianfa, Penybontfawr, and Jane Roberts, married woman, of Bronbeulog, Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant, took out a mortgage secured on Millbank, Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant, Oswestry.

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13 November 1962

John Tanat Richards and Jane Roberts were released from the mortgage.

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7 June 1959

John Tannat Richards received £100 from John Tannat Richards and Jane Roberts of Leicester House, Llanrhaiadr-ym-Mochnant, married woman.

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19 November 1962

John Tanat Richards of Eirianfa, Penybontfar, insurance agent Edward Percy Kyffin Evans of Brynderw, Llanrhaiadr-ym-Mochnant, farmer and Jane Roberts of Leicester House, Llanrhaiadr-ym-Mochnant, married woman, sold Mill Bank to Mrs Harriet Annie Humphreys of 9 Ferrers Road, Owestry, widow for £1300.

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27 July 1971

Dilys Mary Davies of Brynderyn, Llanrhaeadr ym Mochant, wife of Edward Vincent Davis, made a will appointing Midland Bank as the executor and trustee. She requested that Messieurs Longueville and Company of Oswestry act as the solicitors. She left all her real and personal property to her husband, or if he predeceased her to her son William Tagid Davies and her daughter Gwenfydd Ellenor Dodds.

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08 September 1972

Harriet Annie Humphreys of Llanrhaeadr ym Mochant sold the dwelling house formerly known as Mill Bank but now known as Argoed with the garden and piece of land to Dilys Mary Davies also of Llanrhaeadr ym Mochant. The vendor was the estate owner in repect of fee simple, and the property was sold for £4250. The house was stated to be in the township of Cefncoch in that part of the parish of Llanrhaeadr ym Mochant which lies in the county of Montgomery. The outline shown on the map is the current property boundary.

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21 November 1984

Dilys Mary Davies died. She was 77 years old.

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18 January 1985

The will of Dilys Mary Davies of Argoed, formerly of Brynderyn, Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant, was proved by Edward Vincent Davies of Argoed. Her estate was not more than £40000, an administration with will. The Midland Bank renounced the Probate. Edward was Dilys' husband, they had married early in 1932, in 1939 he was a sheep and cattle farmer.

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07 February 1985

Edward Vincent Davis, of Argoed made a will appointing his son William Tagid Davies and daughter Gwenfydd Ellenor Dodds as executors and trustees of his will. He left all his real and personal estate to his son and daughter. If either died within his lifetime, then their children would inherit at the age of 18.

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03 February 1986

Edward Vincent Davies took possession of Argoed, (formerly known as Millbank), as sold to Dilys Mary Davies in September 1972. He held the property in fee simple.

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01 August 1987

Edward Vincent Davies died in the Nuneaton and Bedworth District, though his address was still Argoed. He was 80 years old.

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10 September 1987

Edward Vincent Davies of Argoed's will was proved by Gwenfydd Ellenor Dodds of Bedworth, Nuneaton. His estate was not more than £44915.

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06 October 1987

Gwenfydd Ellenor Dodds sold Argoed to Joseph Michael and Hilary Hindmarch of Chapel Street, Salford for £35,500. The property adjoins Bryn Myfyr, the owners of which have a right of way as described in the conveyance of 24 December 1947 between Edward Percy Kyffin Evans, Elizabeth Morris, John Tanat Richards, Jane Roberts, Edward Percy Kyffin Evans, William Iorwerth Morris and Jane Winifred Morris. It would appear this was a leasehold for 80 years.

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