12.10.1769 Agreed the bridge Commonly Calld henbont be Removed Lower Down in a more Convenient place and that our Vicar and Griffith Davies and Morgan William or any two of them ?find proper workmen and Matterials for Removing and Repairing the same.

23.6.1769 Whereas David Evan, son of Evan David of Llanstffread, lies now ill at Llanpumsaint in Carmarthenshire, and stands in need of immediate Relief,- We the Minister, Overseers of the Poor and principal Inhabitants, do hereby.. allow the sum of one Pound eleven shilling and six pence to be remitted to the said David Evan in order to defray in part the Expences already incurr’d by his said illness, the Inhabitants of Llanstffread having paid lately the like sum and we further promise and engage to be at a joint expence with the said Inhabitants of Llanstfread towards the recovery of the said David Evan.

[ai dadalen ar ei ben ei hun) Wele gadarn Sylfan Sion Dry graig dragywyddol gref pan falurio r Brynniay mawryon Saif preswylfa Brenin Nef Wele ddawnus furiau r ddinas.

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Llanrhystyd Parish Vestry Book 2 – 1750-1815

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