Fowke, Of Boughrood (1838), of Glasbury, Brecon (1849). of Llan-pwll-llyn (The Old Vicarage), Boughrood, Radnorshire. RC convert In Cologne with his brother Sunderland ca 1850. Of Tenby, co. Pemb., (1835). Powys Record Office RC/E/CLY/3/110-111 The Stocks House and Tan House, p.Cleiro, with the Old Cider Mill etc. 1835 RC/E/CLY/3/110-111 1. Samuel Church of Brecon, gent. 2. Isabella Hughes, Aberllunvy House, p.Glasbury, co.Rad. ,spinster 3. Joshua Jones, city of Bristol, accountant; Elizabeth, his wife 4. George Games, p.Boughrood, co.Rad. , gent. 5. Richard Lilwall, p.Clirow, joiner; Anna Maria, his wife 6. Walter Churchey, Brecon, gent. 7. Isabella Williams, p.Boughrood, widow 8. Thomas Prosser Williams, p.Long Stanton, co.Salop, clerk 9. Robert Fowke, town of Tenby, co.Pemb. ,esq. 10. George Games (said); Eliza, his wife 11. George Price Watkins, Broadway, co. Carm. ,esq. 12. William Prosser, p.Talgarth, co.Brecon, gent,; Francis, his wife. 13. Thomas Baskerville Mynors Baskerville, Clirow Court, co. Rad. ,esq. 14. Henry Francis, Monument Yard, city of London, gent. 15. Peter Rickards Mynors, Newcastle, co.Rad. , esq. Lease and Release Of m. tmt. and lands The Stocks House and Tan House, p. Clirow (formerly James Beavan esq. , afterwards George Games dec'd, then Thomas Gill and Peter Chaloner, now James Haywood and 13.) now better known as The Stocks House and m. etc. adjoining erected by George Games dec'd with building called The Old Cider Mill, village Clyrow; 4 closes etc. The Orchard behind the House; Cae-tyr-yGoff otherwise the Stocks Orchard, The Woods and the Langets contiguous to each other; 4 closes etc. the Castle Piece, Pwlly-henllan, Cae-Pen-y-Dre and Y Copy Coed; 3 pieces called Cae Pwll, Cae Kellin and Tanhouse Orchard; piece of meadow called The Lower Meadow. Details of location given. Plan : 3 chains = 1 inch. Consideration : for carrying out covenant and agreement in Release and Settlement, 18 January 1834, relating to 2/7ths and under a power given to 9. By same. £3,023 4s. (£450 to 1. , £367 12s. to 2. £368 4s. to 4. , £367 12s. each to 6. , 8 and 11. £735 4s. to 9. From 13.) Declaration of use Recitals (1799-1835.) of Llan-pwll-llyn (The Old Village), Boughrood, Radnorshire, Wales. In 1850, resident of Cologne, Germany. PRO ref. C 202/228/26 Stafford - Robert Fowke to succeed Philip Seckerson. 1839 May 8 Not mentioned in his brother Francis' will in 1826.
|Born: St George Hanover sq, London, , , England 4th Apr 1801 ||Baptised: Hertford St, London, , , England 6th May 1801 |
|Died: Germany 1865 ||Buried: |
Fowke formerly of Brewood