Pantypudding – 1009 on the 1841 Tithe Map.

Pantypudding was originally in the parish of Goytre, owned by the Duke of Beaufort but now it is in the parish of Monkswood.

In 1851 Joseph Neil was the occupier, the gross value is £19 7s 6d, on the Rev Thomas Evans tithe list of 1864 a Jenkins is mentioned.

The census of 1861, or the part that covers the lower part of Goytre is missing, the following year the occupier is a Richard Morgan.

The census of both 1871 and 1881 do not list Pantypudding.

The electoral register, 1883-1889 shows Isaac Jenkins occupying a dwelling house and land as tenant.

Roger and Elizabeth Williams were living at Pantypudding in 1895, their daughter Elizabeth was baptised at St Mathews in that year.

In 1897 Roger Williams holds a farm sale at Pantypudding.

The occupier in 1899 was Henry Morgan. By 1910 Henry Knipe was the tenant, the owner still the Marquis of Bute, gross value £23, rateable value £3, containing 30 acres.

The 1914 poor rate says the owner is D F Pritchard and the occupier is Sidney Morgan.


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