442 Morgan v Morgan

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Thomas Morgan of Penrhos, St Cadoc, Caerleon, co. Monmouth, gent v Henry Morgan of co. Monmouth, gent

February 1637


Proceedings survive from February 1636/7, but they do not show either the cause or result of Thomas Morgan's complaint against Henry Morgan. [For Morgan as a plaintiff in an earlier case, see cause 441].

Summary of proceedings

There were proceedings with Dr Gwyn as counsel on 16 February 1637.


Thomas Morgan of Lansoy (b. c.1611), Thomas Morgan of Llanrumney and Henry Morgan of Caerleon Usk were listed as J.P.s for co. Monmouth in the 1683 Visitation. By his second wife, Thomas Morgan of Llansoy fathered Henry Morgan of Caerleon (b.1644).

M. P. Siddons (ed.), Visitations by the Heralds in Wales (Publications of the Harleian Society, new series, 14, 1996), pp. 172-3, 214.


  • Proceedings
    • Proceedings: 68C, fos. 1r-11r(16 Feb 1637)

People mentioned in the case

  • Gwyn, Thomas, lawyer
  • Morgan, Henry, gent
  • Morgan, Thomas, gent

Places mentioned in the case

  • Monmouthshire
    • Caerleon
    • Llanrumney
    • Llansoy
    • Penrhos
    • St Cadoc
    • Usk

Topics of the case

  • justice of the peace