Will of
Rev. Thomas 
) ante 1770 - 1843
, 31st Dec 1841

See: http://www.ewyaslacy.org.uk/doc.php?d=tg_mic_0129

Held at:
Herefordshire Record Office
Original Document
Abstract of Title dated 1899 of late William Webb to Tyn-y-gwynt
Place name:
Michaelchurch Escley
1843 to 1898
Abstract of the Title of the Trustee under the will of the late
William Webb to a messuage and hereditaments known as Twyn-y-gwint or
Tyycha in the parish of Michael Church Escley in the County of

Indenture September 16th 1874
Reciting that the Rev'd Thomas Prosser of Dorstone in his will dated
31st December 1841, left his estate to the Rev'd Samuel Prosser and
Henry Coyle Esq to the use of his wife Ann Prosser for life and then
to their three daughters Mary Ann Prosser, Sarah Forrester Prosser and
Marea Prosser.
Reciting that Ann Prosser died 15th February 1843 and Thomas Prosser
died March 1843.
The heirs sold to William Webb gent. for ¹800 the freehold of the
property described as
“All that messuage or tenement and lands called Twyn-y-gwint otherwise
Ty-ycha as the Upper House in the parish of St Michael Church Escley
in the County of Hereford formerly in the occupation of William
Williams and then in the occupation of Edward Meredith as tenant
thereof and then or lately consisting of a messuage or dwellinghouse
barn and buildings with a yard garden and about 35 acres of land … “

William Webb died 11th January 1880 leaving his real estate to his
wife Eleanor and brother Richard in trust to his wife and their
children for her life and then for the maintenance and education of
the children.

Eleanor Webb died 22nd December 1898.