Abstract of Title to the Folly Farm and Cross Lane Cottages, p. Guilsfield.
1. Indenture, 12 January 1859
i. Robert Evans, 4 Queen's Terrace, North Queen St., Chelsea.
ii. Augustus Frederick Bayford, Doctor's Commons, London, principal registrar of the co court of probate; John Trevor Scurlock of same, gent.
iii. John Evans Wyllie, 2 Brompton Row, Knightsbridge, infant of 11, grandson of i.
Conveying The Folly and Folley Farm (29a 0r 36p), p. Guilsfield, further specifield as The Folly House, The Pound Field, Green Piece Pasture, Middle Piece, Alders Meadow, Alder's Piece, Venquier (with acreage and tithe map nos.) in trust (declared) with proviso.
2. Will of R. Evans, 12 January 1859
Devising premises to use of J.T. Scurlock, his executor. Probate: 22 November 1859
3. Baptism Certificate of J.E. Wyllie at St. Luke, Chelsea, 10 July 1847.
4. Lease, 14 August 1867
i. A.F. Bayford
ii. Edward Evans
Of Folly Farm for 21 years.
5. Mortgage, 17 December 1869
i. J.E. Wyllie
ii. Edward Hopkins, 2 Feubert's Place, Regent St., co. M'sex, tea dealer.
Consideration: £100 for Folly Farm
6. Indenture, 25 January 1871
i. A.F. Bayford
ii. Edward Hopkins
iii. J.E. Wyllie
iv. Edward Maurice Jones of Pool, bo. Mont., gent.
Conveying Folly or Folley Farm with apps.
Consideration: £100 to ii; £1,200 to iii.
7. Indenture, 25 March 1871
i. Edward Evans
ii. EM. Jones
Surrender for £130 for remainder of 21 years.
As to the Cross Lane Cottages
8. Indenture, 26 March 1871
i. Anne Yearlsey, widow; Charles Jones, gent., both of Welchpool.
ii. Anne Yearsley
iii. E.M. Jones
Reciting that William Yearsley of Welchpool was seised of premises but died intestate on 19 August 1980, leaving a widow(ii.) and an only son William Pryce Yearsley. That latter made will, 23 May 1871, devising real estates to i. in trust to sell. W.P. Yearsley had died and his will proven 16 August 1871.
Conveying 2 ms. known as The Cross Lane Cottages with gardens and a piece of land, p. Guilsfield.