Llangattock Lingoed: Genealogies

Miscellanea

This page collects together varied sources with genealogical or other references to persons or families in the parish. Some are family history web pages (links provided); most are to references in other parishes in Bradney's History of Monmouthshire (these are given a volume and page reference - eg I: 271).

Surname
Forename
Year(s)
Details
Prout M. G. (Mrs.) c.1950s Mrs. M.G. Prout, formerly Head Mistress of James Davies Voluntary Primary School, Llangattock Lingoed (also representative of the National Union of Teachers) was a witness to the survey on Education in Rural Wales (HMSO 1960).
Davis   1700s I: 263 "Llanvetherine Court, of which I have found no ancient record, belonged in the eighteenth century to a family named Davis, who also owned Old Court in Llangattock Lingoed." [The only Davies referred to under Old Court bought the property in 1816.]
Gwillim Samuel 1864 Several parcels of land: "Now in possession of Samuel Gwillim of the “Great House” Farm, Parish of Llangattock Lingoed Co. Mon
Lease granted 25 Dec 1785 to Wm Davies. Rented to Sam. Gwillim from 2nd February 1864 at the rent of £10 per ann. All in Newton Tithe Map 598 & 599. Quantity 3-2-37. (History of Ewyas Lacey)
Hopkins David 1749 I: 85 The Birches [Grosmont] mortgaged to David Hopkins.
Hopkins David 1765 I: 85 Beech Hill [Grosmont] belonged to David Hopkins.
Hopkins David 1767 I: 21 The Tump, Monmouth, comprising about 200 acres of land, was purchased by David Hopkins of Llangattock Lingoed, gent., from John Berrow of Bristol for £2600.
Jenkyn William John 1610 "the Boundaries of the saide Mannor of Grissomont begynneth on the South West parte thereof at a certayne Brooke called Trithie ..., which devideth the howse of John Morice gent., deceased, now in the tenure and occupacion of the above named Robert Pawlett Esquier within the Mannor, and the howse of william John Jenkyn, late deceased within the Lordshipp of Abergavenny" (W. Rees, ed., A Survey of the Duchy of Lancaster Lordships in Wales 1609-13 Manerium de Grossemont).
Lloyd Charles 1807 Witnessed the will of Thomas Davies of Hunthouse, Longtown (Longtown Historical Society Archive)
Morgan Charles 1678 Priests and Jesuits in Monmouthshire: "Information of Charles Morgan, of Langattock Lingoed, in the County of Monmouth, Gentleman, taken upon Oath, against Henry Milborne Esquire" (House of Lords Journal Volume 13: 5 December 1678)
Morgan James Tudor 1744 Sheriff of Monmouthshire (The London Gazette, 8290/1, 3 Jan 1743)
Morgan John 1692 IV: 99 The manor (Portskewett): "In 1692, Thomas Lewis being a minor, Sir John Morgan of Llangattock Lingoed, baronet, held a court as his guardian."
Morgan Thomas c.1650 I: 384 Pedigree of the family of Rumsey of Usk and Llanover: Richard Rumsey of Usk married . . .  sister to Sir Thomas Morgan of Llangattock Lingoed, bart. (See also II: 138.)
Morice John 1610 See Jenkyn, William John.
Pawlett Robert 1610 See Jenkyn, William John.
Powell Thomas 1649 14 November: "I sent 30s. to my da[ughter] Anne by Tho[mas] Powell of langattock llyngoed" (The Diary of Walter Powell of Llantilio 1603-1654, transcribed by J.A. Bradney, Bristol, John Wright & Co. 1907)
Prichard William 1697-1711 I: 298 A list drawn up in Llanvapley in 1711 of the names of persons "who us'd to serve or to find others to serve" various parish offices includes "John Robert, for a Tenement of William Prichard of Kellie", i.e. Upper Kathlea.
Saunders Moore c.1720 I: 92 "Mr. Moor Saunders of Llangua left to ye. Poor of Llangua ten shillings to be paid them upon St. Thomas's day, and charged on house and piece of land in ye. parish of Llangattock Lingoed wth. ye. payment for ever."
Watkins Elizabeth / Hugh / John / Samuel / William 1700-1803 I: 269 Pedigree of the family of Watkin of Wern-y-cwm [Llanvetherine]: see Great Pool Hall.
Watkins William 1769 I: 375 In his will dated 4 June 1769, proved 9 April 1770, Thomas Richards [Llanelen] left to his wife, among other things, "£17 1s the remainder of a debt from The Rev. Mr William Watkins for serving the curacies of Llanfihangel Crucorney and Llangattock Lingoed." His wife's will dated 2 Feb. 1773, proved 25 Mar. 1773, refers to the debt of £17 still unpaid.
 


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