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Maes y Wawr

Maes y Wawr was built in 1988 on land that had been owned by various people since 1877


  • 1988
    Contract to sell Pendre and its land to Robert Timothy Evans and Deborah Louise Evans.
    The land adjoining, formerly part of Rhosfach Lwyngweision.
  • 1965
    Offcial Search on land adjoining Pendre:
    Owned by -
    William Pugh of Esgairmoel-isaf Llanwrtyd (dec'd)
    Margaret Pugh (dec'd)
    Talieson Roderick Pugh
    Rees Milwyn Pugh
    Olwen Pugh
  • 1965
    Conveyance between Mr T R Pugh Jones to Mrs Annie Iris Milnes for a piece of land adjoining Pendre for the sum of twelve pounds ten shillings for 650 square yards of land.

    This is to replace the lease from 1887

    Signed by T R Pugh-Jones, R Pugh-Jones and O Pugh-Jones in the presence of W J Willaims and M A Evans.
  • 1887
    An Agreement between Rees Morgan of the Grouse Inn, Abergwesyn and Margaret Jones of Penybont, Llanwrtyd , on the part of Rev Watkins of Cefngorwydd to lease the parcel of land joining his property, part of Llwyngweision.

    75 feet on the east and 94 feet on the south 52 feet and 121 feet on the west.
    Lease is to run from 25th March 1880 for 99 years.
    Fees to be paid every 29th September.

    Signed by Rees Morgan Hope  Margaret Hope and Margaret Jones, in the presence of John Jones Glyncar and Isaac Williams
  • 1879
    Conveyance between Cadwgan Powell to Reverend John Watkins, piece or parcel of land belonging to Gorwydd Farm and piece of Gorwydd Rhos field, 1240 square yards.
    Bounded on the north by premises lately purchased by the said John Watkins and others (Pendre, Ty Canol, Llanddewi, Penrhos).

    Bounded on the west by Llwyngweision
    Bounded on the east by a field belonging to Gosen Chapel

    Signed by Cadwgan Hugh Powell and John Watkins in the presence of Elias Price (draper & grocer of Gorwydd Shop)
  • 1877
    Conveyance of Messuage, Premises and Grant of Right of Way between Thomas Davies of Cefngorwydd, John Davies of Gancarnddwr, Llangammarch and Reverend John Watkins for a small packet of land (25ft 6 x 24 ft 6) to the west of Pendre to allow access to Pendre's garden.

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