9.3.1787 John Morgan of the Parish of Llanbadarn Odwyn hath agreed with the Inhabitants of this Parish to take Apprentice David Harry a Pauper of this Parish for the Term of three years to commence the first day of May next, and to teach him his Trade of shoemaker and to maintain him with sufficient Meat, Drink, washing and Lodging, during the said Term The Inhabitants paying one Guinea and an half Premium to the said John Morgan the first Day of May aforesaid, and the further sum of one Guinea and an half the first Day of May 1788. That thirteen shillings and nine Pence be paid Rees Daniel for the Coffin and funeral expensces of Evan John Evan
17.5.1787 David Davies of the parish of Llanddewy Brevy hath agreed with the Overseers… to take Apprentice David Harry a Pauper… to teach him his trade of Shoemaker… [for] two Guineas Premium immediately… and the further sum of one Pound and eight shilling the tenth Day of October next.
16.10.1787 That the Overseers.. do pay to the Reverend James Davies the sum of forty shillings in part of his Demand for his long attendance on John Edward of Pennant’ son, and curing his Leg.
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Llanrhystyd Parish Vestry Book 2 – 1750-1815
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