This indenture made this twenty fifth day of June in the year of our Lord Christ one thousand seven hundred and sixty eight Between the Right Honourable George Neville town of Abergavenny of the first part and William Absalom of the parish of Goytrey county of Monmouth yeoman of the other part.
Witnesseth that the said Lord Abergavenny for and in consideration of the surrender of a fine and three pounds paid him by the said William Absalom
All that cott with its appurtenances heretofore in the occupation of David Thomas and since of Roger Reynold now of the said William Absalom together with three parcells of land thereto belonging and known by the name of Grddy y Croft and Wain Fach containing by estimation two acres situate, lying and being in the parish of Goytrey at a certain place called Croes Hoped and as the same premises were heretofore by lease bearing date the 9th day of October 1756 granted to the said Roger Reynold for certain lives therein mentioned
Unto William Absalom his heirs and assigns the 29th day of September last and for and during the natural lives of the said William Absalom aged 36 years , Elizabeth his wife also aged 36 years and Thomas David the son of Thomas David of Mohythusloyn in the said county aged 2 years
Yearly rent of two shillings
Philip Powell, George Jones and William Morgan lawful attorneys for Lord Abergavenny.
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