10. Samuel Jones
1Edwin Poole, The Illustrated History and Biography of Brecknockshire from the Earliest Times to the Present Day..., the author, 1886, page 184 (no preview available), Google Books, <books.google.com>.
Subtitle: Containing the General History, Antiquities, Sepulchral Monuments and Inscriptions ... ; Illustrated by Several Engravings and Portraits. Original from Oxford University. Digitized Sep 19, 2008.
"Samuel Jones, Llwyn- filley, Llanigon, 1807."
2Thomas Bullock Lloyd Esq. to Samuel Jones, lease of Llwynfilly and Cocket, 1 May 1788.
The 30" x 30" parchment was in the possession of Pauline Crawford, a great-granddaughter of Samuel Jones's son Evan. Rick Crume's file M 1124.
"Thomas Bullock Lloyd of the town of Brecon in the county of Brecon Esquire of the one part and Samuel Jones of the parish of Lanigon [sic] in the county of Brecon Yeoman... messuages tenements and LANDS commonly called ... Llwynfilly and Cocket ... in the Parish of Lanigon [sic] in the County of Brecon heretofore in the possession and occupation of Ann Wood widow tenant and assigns and now in the possession and occupation of the said Samuel Jones... from the second day of February last past ... for and during and until the full end and term of TWENTY ONE years... and paying therefore yearly and every year and during the term hereby granted unto the said Thomas Bullock Lloyd his heirs or assigns the rent or sum of SIXTY THREE POUNDS -- of lawful money of Great Britain by two half yearly payments (that is to say) on the second -- day of August and the second day of February in every year... AND also wielding and delivering yearly by way of custom unto the said Thomas Bullock Lloyd his heirs or assigns one fat goose and two fat hens at Christmas... It is further agreed ... that ... Thomas Bullock Lloyd ... will permit ... Samuel Jones ... having the most usual or convenient part of the farm called Warralib situate in the Parish of Lanigan [sic] ... and it shall and maybe lawful to and for the said Samuel Jones ... to reserve free liberty of ingress and regress ... by doing as little damage as possible to the said Thomas Bullock Lloyd ... or the tenants of the said town called Wennalet..."
Thomas Bullock Lloyd Esq. of the town of Brecon in the county of Brecon to Samuel Jones yeoman of the parish of Lanigon [sic] in the county of Brecon. Messuages, tenements and lands known as Llwynfilly and Cocket in the Parish of Lanigon in the County of Brecon heretofore in the possession and occupation of Ann Wood widow tenant and.
3Documents Online, <www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/documentsonline>.
"Description: Will of Samuel Jones of Llanigon, Brecknockshire. Proved in the Court of Brecon.
Date: February 01 1806
Catalogue reference: IR 26/405
Dept: Records of the Boards of Stamps, Taxes, Excise, Stamps and Taxes, and Inland Revenue
Series: Board of Inland Revenue and predecessors: Estate Duty Office and predecessors: Registers of Legacy Duty, Succession Duty and Estate Duty
Piece: ST. DAVID: Brecon Archdeaconry
Image contains 1 document of many for this catalogue reference
Number of image files: 1
Image Reference: 253 / 29
Format and Version: PDF 1.2
Part Number: 1
Size (KB): 163
Number of Pages: 1
Price (£): 3.50."
Web site visited on 7 Feb. 2007.
11. Ann Powell
1Pennsylvania, Philadelphia City Death and Burial Certificates, 1803-1915, FamilySearch Labs Record Search, http://search.labs.familysearch.org.
10 May 2008
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia City Death Certificates, 1803-1915
Name: Ann Jones
Death date: 16 Mar 1852
Death place: Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Age at death: 85 years
Estimated birth year: 1767
Marital status: Unknown
Cemetery name: Mutual Fisher
Film number: 1940064
Digital GS number: 4009868
Image number: 1401
Reference number: item 1."
2Thomas Wood, The registers of Glasbury, Breconshire, 1660-1836, London: Parish register society, 1904, page 149, Internet Archive, www.archive.org.
Book, downloaded 18 Dec. 2009.
"Baptisms. 1767. Aug. 23. Ann dau. Of Evan & Ann Powell."
31830 U.S. Census, Ches[t]nut Ward, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania, p. 485, Ancestry.com, Images Online.
Thomas Billingham. Males: 1 (20-30) (Thomas). Females: 1 (0-5), probably Sarah. (2) 10-15. 3 (20-30), probably including Elizabeth. 1 (60-70), probably Ann (Powell) Jones.
41840 U.S. Census, Middle Ward, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania, p. 22, Ancestry.com, Images Online.
Ann Jones. Females: 2 (5-10), probably includes Ann Eliza. 1 (15-20), probably Sarah. 1 (20-30). 1 (30-40), probably Elizabeth. 1 (60-70), probably Ann.
51850 U.S. Census, Middle Ward, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., Pennsylvania, p. 34B, 12 Aug 1850, Ancestry.com, Images Online.
Ann Jones, 80, born in Wales. Elizabeth Belingham, 48, born in Wales. Ann E. Belingham, 20, born in Phila. Mary Welsh, 20, born in Ireland. Margaret Patten, 23, born in Phila. No occupations recorded.
12. Zebediah G Chaffee
1William H. Chaffee, The Chaffee Genealogy, New York: The Grafton Press, 1909, p. 211, Ancestry.com.