Collections Historical & Archaeological Relating to Montgomeryshire Volume 2
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1869 edition. Excerpt: ...of England.... and by judgment passed by the aforesaid steward against the aforesaid duke, according to the laws of England against high treason, was attainted, as by the record of the attainder of the late duke is fully and clearly set forth; and that the aforesaid late duke, after the before-mentioned attainder, suffered the penalty of death. And the aforesaid jurors upon their oaths say that the aforesaid Edward, late Duke of Buckingham, was seized in his demesne as of fee on the said twenty-second day of July, in the said fourth year of the reign of our late Lord King Henry VIII, as well of a parcel of woodlands called Breythin Forest, as also of certain lands called le Criggion Moores, appertaining thereto and formerly in the tenure of a certain John Dawes, situate, lying, and being in the aforesaid Criggion, in the said county of Montgomery, and of a certain water cornmill called le Gayer Mill, situate and being in Gayer, otherwise Thornbury, in the said county of Montgomery; and the aforesaid Edward, late Duke of Buckingham, by his charter bearing date the twelfth day of May, in the eleventh year of the reign of the aforesaid late Lord King Henry VIII, enfeoffed the late Humphrey Lloyd de Leighton, in the aforesaid county of Montgomery, of the aforesaid lands called Criggion Moores, formerly in the occupation of the aforesaid John Dawes or his assigns, as also of the aforesaid mill called le Gayer Mill, now or lately in the occupation of Charles Lloyd, Esquire, named in the said commission, or his assigns to have and to hold the aforesaid lands called le Criggion Moores, and the aforesaid water corn-mill to the said Humphrey Lloyd and his heirs male for ever, by virtue of which certain feoffment the aforesaid Humphrey Lord was henceforth...
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