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Vol. 37 1915

Some early Montgomeryshire wills at St. Asaph and Somerset House

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Brochwel Yscythrog, King of Powys, by birthright as
grandson of Humphrey Griffiths—"a substantial land-
owner in Deytheur," and his claim was allowed by the
College of Heralds—vide Mont. Coll., vol He
seemed however to have only a hazy idea as to the
identity of his great grandfather.
RICHARD AP HUMPHREY (alias Richard Griffithes).
A law suit occurred 24 Charles I. (1648) by Depositions
taken at Llandrinio between Edward Penryn and
Richard Derwas against Richard ap Humphrey re land
in Llandrinio parish called Gwirglodd Vawr1 mortgaged
by Roger Penryn (plaintiffs father) to Richard ap
Humphrey the defendant.
1 That is The Big Meadow," which is still the name of a field on
Penthryn Farm.—Ed.
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