Cardiff Records: Volume 4. Originally published by Cardiff Records Committee, Cardiff, 1903.
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Indenture dated 25 June, between George, Earl of Shrowysburye, of the Honourable Order of the Garter Knight, of the one part and William, Earl of Pembroke, Lord Herberte of Cardyffe, and of the said Honourable Order of the Garter Knight, of the other part. Witnesseth that, whereas the said Earl of Pembroke is seised in fee simple of and in the manor, town, mills, castle and fishing of Cardyffe in the county of Glamorgan in Wales, the manor or lordship of Myskyn, the forest of Myskyn, and the manors or lordships of Clounne, Glynrothney, and Penterghe, and the burgh of Llantryssen, the manor or lordship of Lequythe, and the Isle of Barrey, in the said county, and of the manors or lordships of Develes, Diffren, Maughan, Penkerne, Tynterne and Abacarne: The said Earl of Pembroke, in consideration of marriage had and solemnised between Henry, Lord Herbert, son and heir apparent of the said Earl of Pembroke, and Lady Kateryn, daughter of the said Earl of Shrowysburye, settles the abovementioned lands for part of the jointure of the said Lady Kateryn. And whereas the said Earl of Pembroke is also lawfully seised in fee simple of and in the manors or lordships of Lanblethyan in the said county of Glamorgan, Troye and Concarven in the said county of Monmouth, Royley in Lantwyte, Newton Notage, Gryffythe-more and Cosmoston, in the said county of Glamorgan, he the said Earl of Pembroke for the same consideration covenants to stand seised thereof during his life, with remainder to the said Henry, Lord Herbert, and the said Dame Kateryn his wife, for the residue of her jointure, for the term of their lives and of the longer liver of them; and, after the decease of such survivor, reversion to the right heirs of the said Earl of Pembroke, in fee.
Indenture dated 26 April, between the Right Honourable William, Earl of Pembroke, Lord Harbarte of Cardyff, and Lord Steward of the Queen's Most Honourable Household, of the one part and William Bawdrypp of Penmerke in the county of Glamorgan in South Wales, esquire, of the other part. Witnesseth that the said William Bawdripp for 100l doth grant, bargain and sell unto the said Earl of Penbroke one close or parcel of pasture ground containing 18 acres, commonly called the Newe Close, lying next to a place called the Lange Crosse, within the parish of Rothe in the said county of Glamorgan; one other close of pasture, adjoining the Newe Close, containing 15 acres, and one other close of pasture adjoining to the last, containing 5 acres, and one other close of pasture, adjoining to the last, containing 22 acres, all which said closes are parcel of the Manor of Splattye within the said parish of Rothe; to the use of the said Earl and of his heirs and assigns for ever. To secure that the said William Bawdripp shall pay to the said Earl 100l on 28 April 1571, at the now mansion house of the said Earl in London, called Baynardes Castell.
Indenture dated 28 November, between Edward Nevett of Cardiff in the county of Glamorgan, gentleman, of the one part and Hugh Griffith, esquire, one of the Six Clerks of the High Court of Chancery, of the other part. Witnesseth that the said Edward Nephet for 220l hath given, granted, bargained and sold unto the said Hugh Gryffith as well All that his burgage with a garden, lying within the town of Cardiff, in a street there called Saynct Mary Streate, and now or late in tenure of Lewis Johnes, as it there lieth between the land late of William Kewe deceased, on the south, and the land of our sovereign lady the Queen's Majesty (now in tenure of the wife of Llewelyn ap John deceased) on the north, and the lands late of William Tucker on the east, and the way aforesaid on the west side thereof, unto the said Hugh Gryffith, his heirs and assigns for ever.