Ancient Picton Documents

by Owen Picton

Geoffrey Pyton document from the year 1326

Early Known Picton List - Using sources listed below

Please let me know if you find additional information about the Picton's of ancient times.

I tried to do some research of ancient Picton records. I went to the Pembrokeshire Records Office library which is part of the building complex at the castle in Haverfordwest. The people at this library were very helpful, kind and did everything possible to assist me in my search. They do not allow one to have ball point pens in the library but you can use a pencil. I went to an index and selected an old document with a Picton like name on it to see what I would get. It turned out to be a grant of a burgage in Haverford to a Geoffrey Pyton in 1326. They went back in a room and brought out this old document . It was made of leather (I think sheep skin), it had a couple small leather straps attached and at the end of the straps was an attached wax seal. I could not read a word, it was in Latin, but they did have a small translation. I assume all ancient documents are like this. They were very protective of the document and would not allow it to be placed on a copy machine. They did allow me to take a picture which appears at the top of this page.

It is always a surprise what one founds on the internet. Consider doing your own research. Below are three internet sources provided by Brian Picton Swann to search along with the results found. I am sure there are other types of searches one can do. If you find anything, please let me know.

Accessing the Public Records Office (PRO)

Accessing the National Library of Wales records (NLW)
-This includes the Picton Castle and BRONWYDD sources

Accessing the Manorial Documents Register (MDR)

List of Wills and a few Lawsuits
Provided by Brian Picton Swann

For additional internet Welsh genealogical resources try: http://www.walesontheweb.org/cayw/index/en/929/all

Below is my attempt to find the earliest records of people with the name Picton. I searched the Schedule of Haverfordwest Records, PRO records (by internet) and the Picton Castle records at the National Library of Wales (by internet) for the very earliest documents for people with the last name of Picton and they were in Pembrokeshire. Notice the different ways the name Picton is spelled. There are different spellings such as Pyketon, Pyketun, Pyketune, Piketon, Piketun, Piketune, Pykton, Pyktun, Pycton, Pyton and findly Picton. I arranged by date these Picton documents within a specific source. It appears to me how often times one can estimate the time when someone was born, reached adult hood, was married, where living and death date. Notice as an example how William Picton had many different spellings of his name but you can see they are all for the same person. The following is not a complete list.

List of British Monarchs

First to determine the dates the documents were written one needs the following name and years a British monarch ruled.
Henry II 1154-1189 Matilda's son
Richard I 1189-1199 Henry II's son
John 1199-1216 Henry II's son
Henry III 1216-1272 John's son
Edward I 1272-1307 Henry III's son
Edward II 1307-1327 Edward I's son
Edward III 1327-1377 Edward II's son
Richard II 1377-1399 Edward III's grandson
Henry IV 1399-1413 Edward III's grandson
Henry V 1413-1422 Henry IV's son
Henry VI 1422-1461 Henry V's son
Edward IV 1461-1483 Edward III's great-great-grandson
Edward V 1483 Edward IV's son
Richard III 1483-1485 Edward IV's brother
Henry VII 1485-1509 Edward III's great-great-grandson
Henry VIII 1509-1547 Henry VII's son
Edward VI 1547-1553 Henry VIII's son
Lady Jane Grey 1553 Henry VII's great-granddaughter
Mary I 1553-1558 Henry VIII's daughter
Elizabeth I 1558-1603 Henry VIII's daughter
James I (England) 1603-1625 Henry VII of England's great-great-grandson
Mary of Scotland's son
Charles I 1625-1649
Oliver Cromwell 1653-1658
Richard Cromwell 1658-1659 Oliver Cromwell's son
Charles II 1660-1685 Charles I's son
James II (England)
James VII (Scotland) 1685-1689 Charles I's son
Mary II 1689-1694 James II's daughter
Jointly with William III
William III (England)
William II (Scotland) 1689-1702 Mary II's husband
Jointly with his wife
Anne 1702-1707 James II's daughter
Anne 1707-1714 James II's daughter
George I 1714-1727 James I's great-grandson
George II 1727-1760 George I's son
George III 1760-1801 George II's grandson
George III 1801-1820 George II's grandson
George IV 1820-1830 George III's son
William IV 1830-1837 George III's son
Victoria 1837-1901 George III's granddaughter

From the Schedule of Haverfordwest Records

Geoffrey Pyton- Document # 893- Date:1326 Monday next before the feast of StThomas the Apostle
1. John Sergant;
2. Geoffrey Pyton.
Grant of a burgage in the town of Haverford situate between the tenement of Jordan Reymound on the north part and the land of the prior of Haverford on the south part. Rent: 2s. 4d. Witnesses: Magister - John le fener and David Howel, reeves of Haverford, John ?Wnbord, reeve of the prior of Haverford, William Elysand', John Nest. Dated at Haverford. (Latin)


Thomas Pyketon and Walter Piketon-Doc# 1096-Date:1332 Thursday next after the feast of StGiles
1. John son and heir of Hugh the taylor(cissoris);
2. William son of John le soper and Elen his wife and John their son.
Grant of a fourth part of a burgage in the town of Haverford situated between the tenement of Thomas Pyketon' on the west part and the tenement of the said William on the east part. Rent: 3s. Annually to Isabel Heruy. Witnesses: Thomas de Sancto David and John Drym, reeves of Haverford, John Roger, Walter Piketon', Nicholas Tankard. (Latin)


Walter Pyketon - Doc # 1058 - Date: 1333 Tuesday next after the feast of St Mathew the Apostle
Final Concord in a fine levied in the intrinsical court of Isabel, queen of England, in Haverford before William Harold, steward of Haverford and in the presence of Thomas de Doustowe, John Drym, reeves of the said town, John Monfort, William Sendel, Walter Pyketon betwwen John Wysman of Haverford and Alice his wife, plaintiffs, and Peter de Penryn and Agnes his wife, deforciants, when the deforciants, acknowledged a moiety of a burgage in Haverford to be the right of the plaintiffs. For this fine plaintiffs gave a sore sparrow-hawk to the deforciants. (Latin)


Thomas Picton and John Pycton - Doc # 1013-Date: 1371 Saturday next before the feast of St John the Baptist
1. John Hendy and Isabel his wife;
2. John Hendy their son
Grant of a third part of a burgage in Haverford in le Durkestret situate between the tenements of Thomas Pycton and Gilbert Rame. Witnesses: John Howell', reeve of Haverford, Richard Lacharn, Richard Dowstow, Phillip Bulton, John Pycton. (Latin)


John Pycton and John Pytton -Doc#970 - Date: 1379 Monday next after the feast of Ascension
1. John Hendi and Isabel his wife;
2. Thomas Philip and Alcie his wife.
Grant of a fourth part of a burgage in Haverford situate between the tenement of John Pycton and John Corston between the highway called le Durkestreete and the church of St Mary. Rent: 6s, to the grantors and 3s. to William Arnold annually. Witnesses: Richard Lacharn, reeve of Haverford, Richard Doustou, John Pytton, William Arnold, Peter Machon.




Public Records Office (PRO)

Records of the Exchequer, King's Remembrancer:Ancient Deeds, Series D

List of PRO records researched by Brian Picton Swann

The following is how to search for the PRO records on the internet.

http://www.pro.gov.uk/quickorder/default.htm
Or go to Google and type in "quick order" and "pro".
Then select: the catalogue, then search the catalogue, enter in a name or phase and select search.


Below is what I found when I put in the varies spellings of Picton.


William Piketone - PRO Reference #: E 210/3086 - Date: no date
Adam the Dyer, son of Maurice to William Piketone : Grant, in free marriage with Amy his daughter, of a burgage in Haverford[ west ] : ( Pemb. )


William Piketon - PRO Reference #: E 210/7390 - Date: no date
Philip Hervi to William Piketon: Grant of half a burgage, etc., in Haverfordwest.(Pembr)


William Pictun - PRO Reference #: E 210/2967 - Date: no date
Griffin son of John Veyr to William Pictun, burgess of Newport ( Novo Burgo ) : Assignment of land at Lanwaran and Mellytref in Penker in the fee ( tenemento ) of Pebid[ iauk ] : ( Pemb. )


William Pyketon - PRO Reference #: E 210/11233 - Date: 1298
William Pyketon to Richard the Dyer: Demise, indented, for 10 years, of a burgage in Haverfordwest; (Pemb.) 1298


William Picton - PRO Reference #: E 210/5604 - Date: 5 Edw. I.
Margaret daughter of William Peche of Newport, to William Picton, burgess of Newport: Quitclaim of a house and land, etc., at Holmes in Newport: Pemb. 5 Edw. I.


William Picton - PRO Reference #: E 210/5607 - Date: 5 Edw. I.
Margaret daughter of William Peche of Newport, to William Picton, burgess of Newport: Quitclaim of a house and land, etc., at Holmes in Newport: Pemb. 5 Edw. I.


William Piketune - PRO Reference #: E 210/4624 - Date: 9 Edw. I
David ap Yevan ap Luke de Menethmelyn to William Piketune: Pledge, indented, of land at Menethmelyn [in Kemes]: (Pembr.) 9 Edw. I


William de Pyketone - PRO Reference #: E 210/6919 - Date: 1305
John styled "Portreve", son and heir of William styled"Portreve" of Tenby to William de Pyketone: Grant of a burgage in Tenby (Pembr) 1305


William Picton - PRO Reference #: E 210/8015 - Date: 5 Edw.II
John Blacman, son and heir of Mabel Springhan, late (the wife of) of Newport (Novus Burgus) to William Picton, burgess of Newport: Quitclaim of half a carucate in Nevern in the barony of Kemeys: (Pembr.) 5 Edw.II


William Piketun - PRO Reference #: E 210/8955 - Date: 10 Edw. II.
Reeap Howel ap Lewelyn ap Oweyn to William Piketun, burgess of Newport in Kemeys : Demise, indented, for ten years, of his messuages, etc., Fishguard (Fiscarde) : (Pemb). 10 Edw. II.


William Piketune - PRO Reference #: E 210/8028 - Date: 11 Edw. II
William Vechan ab Meist to William Piketune: Demise, indented, of 6 acres in 'Lanlawern.' Dated at Newport in Kemes: (Pembr.) 11 Edw. II


William Piketon - PRO Reference #: E 210/7588 - Date: no date
William Sener to William Piketon: Grant of a messuage in Ambleston (Villa Amelot, Amleston). (Pembr.)


William Piketon - PRO Reference #: E 210/8937 - Date: 12 Edw. II.
William Sener to William Piketon : Demise, indented, for 3 years, of rentsin Amblestone (Villa Amelot) and Reynerston (Villa Reyn) :(Pemb).
12 Edw. II.


William Piketune - PRO Reference #: E 210/8023 - Date: 12 Edw. II
William Seuer of Ambleston to William Piketune: Demise, indented, of a carucate of land and rents of the mills of Spitell and Reynereston in the barony of Wiston: (Pembr.) 12 Edw. II


William Pyketun - PRO Reference #: E 210/8661 - Date: 17 Edw. II.
William Seuer to William Pyketun of Newport (de Novo Burgo in Kemmeys : Grant of messuages, land and rent in Ambleston (Amlestune) and Roche : (Pemb.) 17 Edw. II.


William Piketune - PRO Reference #: E 210/556 - Date: 1318
Demise by Gruffut ap Yevan, to William Piketune, for 8 marks, of land in the holding of Lannaran and Melyndrene at Penkayr, for eight years, after which the said William is to deliver back the said land to the grantor on repayment of the said marks &c. : [Pembr. Newport in Kemmeys, Saturday before St. Vincent, A.D. 1318.


William Piketon - PRO Reference #: E 210/6868 - Date: 12 Edw. II.
William Piketon to William Cornepig: Lease, indented, of a burgage in Haverfordwest (Pembr)
12 Edw.II


William Pyketun - PRO Reference #: E 210/6858 - Date: 17 Edw.II
Gruffut ap Jevan, man (vir) of Penkayr to William Pyketun, burgess of Newport in Kemeys: Release of messuages,etc., in Llanvarran in the barony of Penkayr and in Treffkendalan in the barony of Pebidiauk (Pembr) 17 Edw.II


William Pyketun - PRO Reference #: E 210/9340 - Date: 18 Edw. II
Rees ap Howel ap Llewellyn ap Owen to William Pyketun, burgess of Newport in Kemeys: Grant of his messuages, etc., in Fishguard; (Pembr.) 18 Edw. II


Amya Piketun late wife of William Pik[etun] late- PRO Reference #:E 210/9065- Date: 7 Edw. III.
Amya Piketun late the wife of William Pik[etun] late .......... in Newport (Novo Burgo) in Kemeys to John Gruffut, dyer: Demise, indented, for his life, of a burgage in Haverfordwest (Harford): Pemb. 7 Edw. III.


Philip de Pyketon - PRO Reference #: E 210/1635 - Date: 1337
Philip de Pyketon to William Cendell and Joan his wife : Haverfordwest ( bond for conveyance of lands, etc. ) : ( Pemb. ) 1337.


Thomas Pyketun - PRO Reference #: E 210/1745 - Date: 1334
Henry ap David ap Guyon to Thomas Pyketun : Land in the fee of Menethmelyn in the barony of Kemmeys : ( Pemb. ) 1334.


Thomas Pyketon - PRO Reference #: E 210/8184 - Date: 1342
Adam Cole to Thomas Pyketon: Bond for the payment of £13. 13s. 4d. secured by right of distraint on Reymerston Mill. (Pemb.) c. 1342.


Thomas Piketon son of William Piketon - PRO Reference #: E 210/9299 - Date: 9 Edw. III
Llewellyn, son of David ap Iuaf of Tref Ruffut to Thomas, son of William Piketon of Newport (de Novo Burgo in Kemmeys), and Margaret, daughter of Philip ap Gwilim, his wife: Quitclaim of a messuage and land in Tref Ruffut in the fee of Moldegrave and Bachongle, both in the barony of Kemmeys; (Pembr.
9 Edw. III


Thomas Piketon - PRO Reference #: E 210/8954 - Date: 24 Edw. III
Thomas Piketon to William Helier and Helen his wife : Demise, indented, for their lives, of a messuage in Gate Street, Haverfordwest : (Pemb).
24 Edw. III.


Thomas Picton son of William Picton - PRO Reference #: E 210/1233 - Date: 1344.
Grant by Thomas son and heir of William Picton of Newburgh, to William son of Warin ap David Voil, for two years, of land lying within the precinct of the burgages of Fiscard, called 'Tyr Roys.' : [ Pembr. ] Michaelmas day, A.D. 1344.


Thomas Pykton - PRO Reference #: E 210/8291 - Date: 1347
Agreement as to distraint in respect of half a burgage in Haverfordwest, granted by Thomas Pykton to Walter Pornel: (Pembr.) 1347


Thomas Pikton - PRO Reference #: E 210/9309 - Date: 1349
Thomas Pikton of Newport (de Novo Burgo) to William son of William Sendel: Grant of his tenements etc., in Haverfordwest; (Pembr.) 1349


Thomas Picton - PRO Reference #: E 210/11235 - Date: 1352
Thomas Picton to William Towker: Demise, indented, of a plot of ground at Haverfordwest; (Pemb.) 1352


Thomas Piketon son of William Piketon - PRO Reference #: E 210/8118 - Date: 1356
Thomas Piketon, son of William Piketon to Richard Flemyng: Demise, indented, of a messuage and land in Ambleston (Hamlaston): (Pembr.) 1356


Thomas Picton son of William Picton - PRO Reference #: E 210/2345 - Date: 1356
Thomas Picton son of William Picton to Walter Seuer of Hamlaston : Lease, indented, of a plot with one-third of a plough-land. Dated at Newport ( Novum in Kemeys ) : ( Pemb. ) 1356.


Thomas Pictone - PRO Reference #: E 210/9318 - Date: 38 Edw. III
Thomas Pictone to Philip Balyn and Agnes his wife: Demise, indented, of a burgage in Haverfordwest; (Pembr.) 38 Edw. III


Thomas Picton - PRO Reference #: E 210/1570 - Date: 2 Edward IV.
Thomas Perrot, esquire to John Perrot his brother : Letter of attorney to Rees Vachan and Thomas Picton to deliver seisin of his lands, etc., in the barony of Llanstephan : Carm. 2 Edward IV.


Thomas Picton - PRO Reference #: E 210/1640 - Date: 1362
Thomas Picton to Stephen le Hock : Burgage in Newport ( Novus Burgus ). Deed poll reciting a feoffment : ( Pemb. ) 1362.


William and Eleanor Picton - PRO Reference #: E 135/15/22 - Date: 1379
Marriage of William and Eleanor Picton. 1379


William Picton and Eleanor his wife - PRO Reference #: E 210/7151 - Date: 5 Ric.II
John son of John Wydelock to William Picton and Eleanor his wife: Quitclaim of land in Chyrcheton, Landegonet, Heyes and Holton (Pembr.) 5 Ric.II


William Picton and Eleanor his wife - PRO Reference #: E 211/240 - Date: 5 Ric.II
Notarial Instrument Parties: John Weydlok sen.; William Picton and Eleanor his wife. Places or Subjects: Church Eaton and elsewhere, County Staffs. 5 Ric.II


Agnes Picton - PRO Reference #: E 210/1290 - Date: 6 Henry V
Grant by Agnes Picton, late the wife of Walter Neste, to Philip Lloid, chaplain of a messuage in Haverford, in 'le Marketstret.' : [ Pembr. ] Thursday after St. Ambrose, 6 Henry V.


John Picton - PRO Reference #: E 210/10823 - Date: 4 Hen. VI
John Picton of Carew to Philip Loyd, Rector of Herbr(andston): Grant of his lands, etc., in the barony of Carew and the lordship of Kemes for life; (Pemb.) 4 Hen. VI


John Pycton - PRO Reference #: E 210/399 - Date: 6 Henry V
Grant by William Smyth of Cheriton, and Margery his wife, to John Pycton, esquire, of the same, of three messuages and land in Tenby, and one messuage and land in Polthhalok : [ Pembr. ] Monday, the feast of St. Mark the evangelist, 6 Henry V.


John Pycton - PRO Reference #: E 210/4900 - Date: 6 Henry V
William Smyth of Cheriton and Margery his wife to John Pycton: Appointment of a attorney to give seisin of three messuages and land in Tenby and one messuage and land in Polthalok: Pemb. 6 Hen. V.


John Picton - PRO Reference #: E 210/679 - Date: 4 March, 9 Henry V
Demise by John Picton of Carrewe, esquire, to Jevan ap David the tailor (sissoren) of Haverford, and Margaret his wife, of three parts of a burgage in Haverford adjoining a stream called 'Schitrichislake.' : [ Pembr. ] 4 March, 9 Henry V.


John Picton - PRO Reference #: E 210/723 - Date: 9 Henry V
Grant in tail, by John Picton, esquire, to Thomas Perrot, son of Stephen Perrot, esquire, and Alice his wife, daughter of the grantor, of all his messuages, lands, and rents &c. in Bikton in Ros, at a yearly rent of two greyhounds (leporarios) : [ Pemb. ] Monday after the conversion of St. Paul, 9 Henry V.


John Picton - PRO Reference #: E 210/5932 - Date: 17 Hen. VI
John Picton, esquire to David Kemmeys of Trescandelan in the parish of St. Nicholas in Pen Caer: Grant, indented, of a messuage and land in Trescandelan; (Pembr.) 17 Hen. VI


John Picton - PRO Reference #: E 210/4687 - Date: 20 Hen. VI.
Robert Hogekyn, John Eliot, and John Don, chaplains to John Picton, esquire: Grant, for life, of the manors of Robeston, and Nolton: (Pemb.) 20 Hen. VI.


John Pycton - PRO Reference #: E 210/4968 - Date: 20 Hen. VI.
John Pycton of Carew to Thomas Perrot: Grant of all his messuages, etc., in Newport in Kemes, Moldgrove, Dyffryngwe..e, and elsewhere in Kemes: Pemb. 20 Hen. VI.


John Pycton - PRO Reference #: E 210/5190 - Date: 25 Hen. VI.
John Pycton of Carew to John Ca. . .ell, Prior of Kidwelly, and his successors of Sherborne Abbey : Quitclaim of an acre called 'Wenwilhey'. Carm. 25 Hen.VI.


John Picton and Agnes, his wife PRO Reference #: E 210/10797 - Date: 25 Hen. VI
Thomas Perrot, knight, and Joan late the wife of Lewis Waryn to John Picton and Agnes, his wife: Grant, indented, of half a burgage in Bridge Street, Haverfordwest; (Pemb.) 25 Hen. VI


John Picton and Agnes his wife - PRO Reference #: E 210/5001 - Date: 25 Hen. VI.
Thomas Perrot, knight, and Joan late the wife of Lewis Waryn to John Picton and Agnes his wife: Grant, indented, of half a burgage in Bridge Street, Haverfordwest: Pemb. 25 Hen. VI.


John Picton - PRO Reference #: E 326/3078 - Date: 20 October, 32 Henry VI.
Release by John Hogekyn, brother and heir of Robert Hogekyn, late rector of the church of St. Bridget, to John Don and John Eliot, of all his right in the manors of Robertiston and Nolton, the reversion of which Thomas Perror, knight, and Alice his late wife had granted, by a fine levied in the court of Roland Leynthale, lord of Haverford, at Haverford in presence of Henry Wogan, knight, steward of Haverford, on Wednesday the feast of Perpetua and Felicitas, the Martyrs, 20 Henry VI, to Robert Hogekyn aforesaid and the said John Don, rector of the church of Landegon, and John Eliot, vicar of St. Michael's, Castle Martin; of which manors John Picton of Carrewe, was then tenant for life: [Pembr.]


Joan Picton - PRO Reference #: E 210/10925 - Date: 34 Hen. VI
Thomas Perrot, esquire, of Eastington (in Rhoscrowther) to Joan Picton: Grant, indented, of a messuage in 'le Gotestret," Haverfordwest; (Pemb.) 34 Hen. VI


Thomas Picton - PRO Reference #: E 210/490 - Date: 12 January, 20 Henry VII.
Grant by David ap Howell, tanner, and Richard Taillour, of Haverford, to John Vachan, 'weyver,' Richard Willy, 'carpynder,' Roger Wilkyn, 'coriour,' of Haverford, Thomas Picton and Philip Dduy of Drechemerhill within the lordship of Haverford, husbandmen, of a burgage, and 20s. 12 January, 20 Henry VII.


Thomas Picton - PRO Reference #: E 210/10963 - Date: Hen. VIII
Thomas Vougler, merchant to John ap Thomas ap Ph', gentleman, Thomas Picton, William Smyth, and Jenkin Smyth: Grant, indented, of a tenement in Haverfordwest; (Pemb.) 8 Hen. VIII


Accessing the National Library of Wales

Brian Picton Swann discovered that if one presses the right buttons, many of the Schedules of Family Deeds, etc. of the National Library of Wales are on their Website.

Go to the following website do the following. Brian says that one justs need to blunder around a bit to find it. That is what I had to do, I did find it but I have no idea what I did that worked..

http://www.llgc.org.uk/lc/llaw_s_llaw.htm

From this link go to the "Catalogues and Electronic Resources" at the bottom of the page.

This gets you to a page where the following is displayed:
Available to all
Catalogues and Finding Aids
(in alphabetical order)
ISYS:web (Minor Databases)
Search the database - - More information

This gets you to another page where the following is displayed:
Archives and Manuscripts

Just type the name into the database and up comes the items which contain that word. For me it was not as easy as it sounds. Remember that one must blunder around a bit to find it. You can do the same for marriages. Keep trying and you might find other things. Below is what I found and I do not know how:



David de Piketon - NLW Source: PICTON CASTLE
Document # 25.
Date: [late 13th cent.]
1. John Russell;
2. Phillip the smith (fabro)
GRANT in fee farm of a garden in Haverford lying between the gardens of the said Phillip and Walter the weaver (textor) belonging to grantor's burgage.
Witnesses: Cradoc the mason (cementarius) and Thomas the weaver (textor), reeves, Nicholas Herevy, Thomas de Sancto David, John the dyer (tinctor), David de Piketon, Richard the clerk. Rent: one rose annually.

David Piketon - NLW Source: PICTON CASTLE
Document # 100.
Date: [early 14th cent.]
1. Henry Russell;
2. Henry his son.
GRANT of a shop (selda) in the town of Haverford lying between the tenement of Adam de fraxino on the east part and grantor's land on the west part. Rent: 1d. annually. Witnesses: Adam Onger, John Frebody, reeves of Haverford, David Piketon, John Doustou, William le reue.

David Piketon - NLW Source: PICTON CASTLE
Document # 21.
Date: [circa 1300].
1. John Hugonis, burges of Haverford;
2. Richard son of Richard le Skynner.
GRANT by consent of Rose his wife of a burgage in the town of Haverford situated on the east side of the burgage of Joan Tuppe near and on the west part of the burgage formerly of William Cokey. Witnsses: Symon le Eyng and Richard de Tallucharn, reeves of Haverford, Maurice de Kylamery, John Cokey, Thomas Sturmyn, David Warlach, Tankard de fraxino [Hash], David Piketon, John Tankard.

Thomas Pikton - NLW Source: PICTON CASTLE
Document # 42.
Date: [early 14th cent]
1. Hugh le Meric, chaplain, and Richard Malros;
2. Henry son of Roger Fenyr of Haverford.
GRANT of a moiety of a burgage in Haverford lying between the tenements of Thomas Pikton and Richard Arnold with remainder to William and John, sons of Roger Fenyr. Witnesses: Thomas Sturmyn, reeve of Haverford, William Crabholl, Adam Hiot Henry Blouch.

William Piketon - NLW Source: PICTON CASTLE
Document # 109.
Date: 1314, Sunday the feast of St. Michael.
1. John Tarnaard son and heir or Walter Tankard;
2. Magister John le fenir.
RELEASE of an annual rent of 2s. issuing out of a burgage in the town of Havorford between the tenement of William Piketon and the river (rivulum) of Bethe and an annual rent of 14d. i ssuing from a half burgage in the said town lying between the tenements of William Piketon and Nicholas Loue.
Latin.

Walter Pyketon - NLW Source: PICTON CASTLE
Document # 98.
Date: 1315, Sept. 25.
1. Mariota daughter of Henry Russel, widow;
2. Matilda relict of Henry Russel.
RELEASE of a third part or a tenement in Haverford which she inherited after the death of her father, lying between the tenement of Phillip le fenir and the tenement formerly of Elen sister of the said Mariota. Witnesses: Magister John le Fenir, Richard le Spiser, reeves of Haverford, Clement Broun, Walter Pyketon, Richard Broun.

John Picton - NLW Source: PICTON CASTLE
Document # 10.
Date: 1409, Monday the feast of St. Mary Magdolen (22 July).
1. Richard Warla;
2. John Geffrey, chaplain
RELEASE of two burgages in Haverford near Rotheryngeyle between the tenement of John Musselwyke and Joan his wife on one part and the tenement of Richard Fayrewod and Joan his wife on the other.
Witnesses: Robert Tankard, reeve of Haverford, Thomas Sturmyn the younger. John Gwyn, John Picton, Thomas Seys, Walter Hasteler, Phillip Sturmyn,
Thomas Rentele.
Latin.

John Picton of Poyston - NLW Source: PICTON CASTLE
Document # 4075.
Date: 1713, June 6.
LETTER from W. Bernewitz, Picton Castle to Sir John Philipps to be left at Mr. Moors, the sign of the Ship near Fetter Lane in Fleet street, London.
Encloses a copy of a deed. Examined the Kilgetty account yesterday. Mr. Eynon brought his account with a balance of above £18 and pleasing news of being come to good store of ware in the new pit; he is very busy in carrying the timber last bought which to all appearance will prove a good bargain. Mr. Eyton has received the £5 lent to Mr. Eynon by Sir John and is mending the way between the two gates leading to the green walk and the ground betwit it and the stable. With a copy of a deed dated 23 May 1713 between John Picton of Poyston, gent., on the first part and George Lorte
of Prickeston, esq., John Higgon of Haverfordwest, gent., and Hugh Eaton, steward and agent of Sir John Philipps of Picton Castle, being a grant in consideration of £40 per acre of all the woods, underwoods and trees growing in the parcel of ground called Coed-crun in the parish of Bletherston except twenty trees to be left as standers on each acre save one acre wherein the biggest trees grow out of which John Picton reserves
but eight trees to himself, until 1 June 1714 and two acres if they think fit until 1 June 1715.

Mr. Picton - NLW Source: PICTON CASTLE
Document # 1458.
Date: 1713, June 11.
LETTER from J[ohn] Phillips, Picton Castle, th his sister Mrs. Katherine Philipps to be left at Mrs. Hendys in West Gate Street, Bath.
Joins the recipient and his brothers in giving hearty thanks to God for her ladyship's and the recipient's recovery. Wishes letters could be received with greater dispatch. Oftener refreshed with good news from Papa. He told 'us' that 'our' grandmother had sent him a small box with presents for 'us'. Have lately been to see the 7 acres of fine wood that was bought by the partners of Mr. Picton at £40 an acre for the use of Cart-makers- pool coalpits which the colliers say is the beat they ever saw for that use, an acre and a half of which has been cut and is now carrying to the works where 'we' were yesterday and found a pretty deal of ware there both of the old pit and the new which has been so long asinking and is thought will give encouragement for making the quay more convenient for ships to come to. The leads and roof of the Castle have been mended and the court yard levelled with sea gravel and walls built. Madamoiselle gives her duty to mama and her service to recipient. Mr. Lord is sent for to paint the stair-case to mama's room and they are going about to make a door from the other into the Round Chamber according to her Ladyship's order. Sister Mary and brothers are in good health. Mr. Eliot and the agents of Kilgetty and Llanimdovery have had orders to send their rents and rent rolls to her Ladyship and they will be sure to do it forthwith but it is feared they will be finder great difficulties as Mr. Beavan was last to find means to transmit money to Bristol. Makes a note of the rents received by Thomas Lewis of Kilgetty.

ALPHABETICAL LIST of the tenants - NLW Source: PICTON CASTLE
Document # 599.
Date: 1769, May 20.
ALPHABETICAL LIST of the tenants of the Picton Castle estates, their tenements and yearly rents.

descent of Picton Castle - NLW Source: PICTON CASTLE
Document # 4604.
Date: [late 19th cent.]
NOTE on the descent of Picton Castle from Picton, a Norman Knight, to Lady Philipps, daughter of the Reverend J. H. A. Philipps.

William Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 820
Date: 1449, June 6
1. Howel ap Jankyn ap Robyn Peverell;
2. Davyd Lloit ap Guillim ap Atkyn.
GRANT of 7 ½ acres of arable land at [?voel] goch within the borough ( burgagerie) of Newport lying between the land formerly of William Picton, senior, and the land formerly of Howel ap Oweyn ap Res within the barony of Kemmeys. Latin. seal.

John Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 799
Date: 1475, June 30
1. Jevan ap Perkyn ap Phillip of the parish of Nevarne;
2. Margaret verch Res who was the wife of Llewelyn ap Ieuan ap Perkyn, John Picton of the same parish, David ap Ieuan ap Oweyn gôch and William ap Perkyn ap Gwalter.
GRANT of all his messuages, lands, etc., in the barony of Kemmeis and fee of Bayvill' for the term of their respective lives. Latin. Seal.

John Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 1053
Date: 1475, Aug. 9
1. Gwenllian verch Thomas ap Gwillim ap Llewelyn ap Phillip;
2. John Picton.
GRANT of ten pieces of arable land and meadow which formerly were in the hand of Oweyn ap Eynon ap Kynvrig in the fee Baivil in the barony of Kemmeis. Latin. Seal.

John Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 804
Date: 1475/6, Jan. 19
1. Llewelyn ap Llewelyn ap Guillym Yong and Agnes his wife, verch Llewelyn ap Iohn;
2. John Picton.
GRANT of one messuage and lands at Trefiorwerth Voel in the fee of Bayvyl in the barony of Kemmeys. Latin. Seals.

Jankyn Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 822
Date: 1480, March 30
1. Margaret verch Llewelyn ap Res ap Rotpert relict of Mereduth ap Llewelyn ap Phillip ap Gorwared;
2. Jankyn Picton.
GRANT of a messuage in Trefywrach in the parish of Fysshekart in the barony of Kemmeys and the lands thereto belonging. Latin. Seal.

Jankyn Picton the younger - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 813
Date: 1483, April 6
1. Owen ap Jankyn ap Llewelyn ap Oweyn;
2. Jankyn Picton the younger.
GRANT of one messuage and lands at the vill of Bayvyll in the barony of Kemmeys for the term of ten years. Latin. Seal.

Jenkyn Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 780
Date: 1483, July 10
1. Llewelyn ap Gwallter ap Gorwared Vavyr of Baivill';
2. Jenkyn Picton.
RELEASE of a messuage and lands at Trefiorwerth voel in the fee of Baivill in the barony of Kemeys. Latin. Seal.

Jankyn Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Date: 1493, Aug. 2
1. Gwallter ap David ap Jankyn;
2. Jankyn Picton.
GRANT of a messuage in Bayvil and in the fee of Bayvil with lands thereto annexed, and all his messuages and land, etc., in the barony of Kemmeys. Latin. Seal.

Howel Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 1088
Date: 1504/5, March 18
1. Agnes verch Llewelyn ab John, widow;
2. Howel Picton.
RELEASE of a messuage and lands in the vill and fields of Trefiorwerth Voel in the fee of Bayvill within the barony of Kemmeys which John Picton lately had of the gift of Llewelyn ab Llewelyn ab Gwillym Yong and the said Agnes, wife of the said Llewelyn. Latin.

Howel Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 953
Date: 1508, June 6
AWARD of Ievan Lloid Vechan, Griffith ab Llewelyn, Howel Picton and Howel Vechan ab Howel ab Ievan Lloid, arbitrators in the dispute between Rees ab Oweyn Vechan and Guillim ab Perkyn touching the boundary between the land of the said Rees ab Oweyn in Gwoyn Henllys in the parish of Nevern on the east- NLW Side of the said boundary and the land of the said Guillim ab Perkyn which is outside Gwoyn Henllys in the same parish on the west side of the boundary. It is awarded that the boundary shall remain where it always had been according to the boundary stones fixed in divers places there by the arbitrators, and that the said Rees ab Oweyn shall give to the said Guillim ap Perkyn one piece of land with the hedge around it which Rees had within the close of the said Guillim in Gwoyn Henllys near Crugygwyr in exchange for another parcel of land of the said Guillim lying in the south part of Goweyn Henllys and within the new close of the said Rees ab Oweyn containing two virgates of land and for three parcels of the said Guillim's land within the new hedge of the said Rees and the ditch of the same near Y Carne Vach and elsewhere in Henllys in the fee of Bayvill within the barony of Kemeys. Latin. Seals.

Owen Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 1
Document # 506
Date: [post 1555]
BILL OF COMPLAINT of William Owen to the King and Queen Majesties' Council in the Marches of Wales, touching the refusal of the Portreeve, tenants, and burgesses of the town of Newport to pay their rents for the years 1-3 Philip and Mary, amounting to 42 marks and more, and requesting a mandate to Morgan Thomas, now portreeve, to levy the said arrears, or alternately, that the said Morgan Thomas, John Gruffith, tanner, Owen Picton, and James Lewis, three of the burgesses of the said town to appear before the Council of the Marches, to explain why they do not or ought not to pay the said arrears.

Owen Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 865
Date: 1562, Dec. 14
1. John ap Redderch Gwyn;
2. David Mredyth.
GRANT of a burgage with a garden attached lying on the west side of the street of St. Mary the Virgin (strata beate Marie virginis) between the moiety of the burgage of Thomas John Gryffith on the north part and the burgage of Owen Picton on the south part in the town of Newport (villa de
novo burgo) in Kemes. Witnesses: William Lloyd, Rees Jenkyn gall, George abowen, Thomas abowen. Latin.

Owen Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 665
Date: 1575, June 15
AWARD of Owen Picton and Thomas Peiter in the dispute between David
Llewelyn of Bavill and Jevan ap Rees of Molgro to the effect that the two parties shall be lovers and friends, that Jevan ap Rees shall pay £4. 13s to the said David Llewelyn, that Jevan ap Rees shall pay for the obligation and award, that the said David Llewelyn shall make unto the said Jevan ap Rees a good and sufficient estate in the law at the costs and charges of the latter upon one tenement and lands in Tree vaies ycha called Tier Llewelyn Phillip Owen and John Phillip Owen which is at variance between them. Witnesses: Thomas ? Owen, Gwyn Jenkin ?alias ychan, Thomas Younge Walis.

John ap Owen Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 662
Date: 1579, Aug. 5
1. George Owen of Henllys, parish of Nevern, esq.;
2. John ap Owen Picton of the same, gent.
BOND in £200 for the peaceful enjoyment of land called Gweirglodd Hir and another parcel at the Bury, parish of Nevern, without let or inconvenience by the said George Owen and Elizabeth his wife. Signed by George Owen. Witnesses: James Bowen,-Lloyd, William Bowan, William Griffith, Penbengloke, Lewes David Malge. Latin. English. Seal.

Owen Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 1269
Date: 1579, Oct. 7
DECLARATION by John Woogan of Wyston, esq., that the jury on the inquisition (March 1557/8) on the death of Sir John Woogan, knight, grandfather of the said John Woogan, refused to find that two parts of the manor of Llanvirnach ar Taf in the lordship of Kemmys were held of William Owen, the lord of Kemmys, by knight's service but returned that the same were held in socage and 16d rent, contrary to the evidence produced before the said jury by John Woogan. One Morgan ap Bowen, gent., being foreman of the jury and holding most part of his lands of the said manor of Kemmys, together with Owen Picton, David Gitto ap Ievan, Owen ap Merredeth and
William Younge, others of the said jury being likewise freeholders of the said lordship of Kemmys, utterly refused to accept the said evidence, and returned as aforesaid, alleging that if they should find the same to be holden by knight's service it should be prejudicial to them and other of the freeholders of Kemmys who hold their lands by the same tenure and should also be an evidence against them hereafter. Seal.

John Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 691
Date: 1580, Nov. 18
1. Matheas ap Bowen of the parish of Bayvill, yeoman;
2. Owen Phillip Yonge of the parish of Nevarne, gent., and Morgan Thomas of the same, gent.
GRANT of two closes of land called Parkeyr barrach in the parish of Bayvill now in the tenure of the said Matheas ap Bowen to the use of the said Matheas ap Bowen and Gwenllian verch Thomas, his intended wife, and their heirs; also grant of two tenements or messuages in the parishes of Bayvill and Nevarne called Rhos y bayvill and Trer kerny to the same use. Witnesses: Mathias Thomas, James Thomas, Mathias William, William Edward, John Picton, Rolant Young, Thomas Young. Latin. Seal.

John Picton of Trefllyffain - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 850
Date: 1583/4, Feb. 26
1. John Picton of Trefllyffain, parish of Nevarne, gent.;
2. George Owen of Henllys, gent.
GRANT of the properties specified in No. 844 dated 4 Sept. 1584. Witnesses as in No. 844. Latin. Seal.

John Picton of Trellyffain - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 1185
Date: 1583/4, March 8
1. John Picton of Trellyffain, parish of Nevarne, gent.;
2. George Owen of Henllys in Kemes, gent.
RELEASE of two tenement with lands, etc., in Bayvill and Trefvoell, a close called Park dol Robin in the parish of Nevarne, a parcel of wood near the said close on the hills below Lloyn y gores, another parcel of wood on the hills of Henllys ycha in the same parish, and four pieces of land at Caereglysmor and Pant y llech in the parishes of Nevarne and Bayvill. Witnesses: Myles Thomas, clerk, George Owen, clerk, William Bowen, John Lloyd, Ievan Bowen, Mathias Thomas of Clastir, John Beynon, John Browne, Thomas Lewes of Pantygroes, David Mathias, Lewes Jenkin. Latin. - NLW Seal.

John Picton of Trefllyfayn - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Date: 1584, Sept. 4
1. John Picton of Trefllyfayn, parish of Nevarne, gent.;
2. George Owen of Henllys in Kemes, esq.
BARGAIN AND SALE of two messuages, lands, etc., in the townships of Bayvill and Trevoell in the parishes of Nevarne and Bayvill now in the tenure of Lewys Jenkyn of Bayvill, a park or close now in the tenure of Hughe Lewes called Dolrobyn with a parcel of wood in the hill side under Lloyn y gores and a parcel of wood which John Picton claims to have at Henllys ycha, and all other lands at Careglismore and Pant y llech and in the fields thereof in the parishes of Nevarne and Bayvill the lands at Careglismore being parcel of a tenement which John Picton had at a place called Penallt y garthe in the tenure of Morys Harry. The said John Picton and Jenet his wife covenant to levy a fine of the same. Witnesses: Myles Thomas, clerk, George Owen, clerk, John Lloyd, William Bowen, …van Bowen, Mathias Thomas of Clastir, John Beynon, John Browne, Thomas Lewes of Pant y Groes, David Mathias, Lewes Jenkyn. Edge torn. Fragment of seal.

John Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 845
Date: 1584, Sept. 4
1. John Picton;
2. George Owen.
BOND in £200 for the quiet enjoyment of the lands specified in No. 844. Witnesses as in No. 844. Latin-English. Seal.

John Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 1385
Date: 1584, Oct. 3
1. Mathew Thomas of Clastir in the parish of Nevarne, gent., Roland Yonge of Trefdryssi in the same parish, gent., and Gruffith John of Llystin in the same parish, yeoman.
2. George Owen of Henllys in Kemeis, esq.
RELEASE of two tenements Bayvil and Trevoel in the tenure of Lewis Ychan and a close or parcel of land called Parke dole Robin in the parish of Nevarne in the tenure of Hugh Lewis, gent., and a parcel of wood in the hills of Henllys Ycha, and four other parcels of land at Careglismor and Pantyllech in the parishes of Nevarne granted in fee simple to George Owen by a deed dated 26 February 1583/4. Witnesses: John Lloid, Thomas Younge, Morgan Thomas, John Picton, Thomas Mathias, John Beynon, Daniell Rognell, John Browne, John Charles, Lewys ap Ievan Robyn, David ap Ievan otherwise Saer, and George Owen, clerk, rector of Whitechurch and writer of the deed. Latin. Two seals.

John Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 1092
Date: 1586, Aug. 20
EXEMPLIFICATION of a fine levied at the Great Sessions for co. Pembroke at the castle of Haverfordwest on 9 Aug. 1585 between George Owen, esq., plaintiff, and John Picton, gent., and Jenett his wife, deforciants, when the deforciants acknowledged two messuages, lands, etc., in Dolrobyn, Trefboeth, Caereglisemore, Pantillech, Bayvill and Nevarne to be the right of the plaintiff. Latin.

John Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 1069
Date: 1587, June 9
1. John Lloyd of Comgloyne, gent.;
2. George Owen of Henllys, esq.
GRANT of twelve parcels of land in the parish of Bayvill, viz., four parcels lying on the west side of the cemetery of Bayvill between the highway leading from Maen hire y Bayvill to Comgwithwch, the fifth parcel lying between the said way and cemetery called Tir maen y wrache, the sixth parcel lying at Rose y Bayvill between the land of the said George Owen which he lately acquired from John Picton on the east and the land of Elizabeth daughter of Rees Morgan abowen on the west side, the seventh parcel called Gwndwn y groes between the lands of George Owen on all sides, the eighth parcel lying near the tenement of George Owen called Pen y weyn vawre between the lands of George Owen on all sides, the ninth and eleventh parcels lying at Kynhaydreff in Bayvill, and the twelfth parcel lying at Kynhaydref extending from the land of George Owen called Kilin Coch on the west to the way leading from Caereglismore towards Maen hir y Bayvill, all of which twelve parcels contain by the Welsh measure 9 acres 1 stang and 25 virgates. Witnesses: John Kynner, Thomas Mathias, John Beynon, John Browne, Nicholas William, John Llewelyn of Molgrove, Owen Richard of Eglosserow. Witnesses to livery of seisin: Thomas Mathias, Thomas David of Lloinygorres, Henry David, Rees Matho, Owen David Llewelyn and William John Vechan, all of Bayvill, Phillip John Howell. Latin. Seal.

Owen Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 910
Date: 1609, Sept. 3
1. Phillip Mreddith of Newport, yeoman, and Thomas Phillip Mreddith his son and heir, of the same, yeoman;
2. Alban Owen of Coorte, parish of Eglwysserowe, gent.
GRANT of one burgage and garden on the west side of St. Mary's Street ( strata Marie Virginis) between a moiety of the burgage of Thomas Mathias, gent., on the north and the burgage of Owen Picton on the south in the
town of Newport (novus burgus). Witnesses as in No. 909. Latin. Seals.

John Owen Picton of Nevarne, deceased - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 1704
Date: 1612, Nov. 10
1. George Owen of Henllys, esq.;
2. Rees Owen, George Owen, William Owen, and Thomas Owens, gentlemen, sons of the said George Owen.
LEASE for their respective lives in succession of a messuage called Comeogg Ycha, a close called Park y Bedow adjoining, parishes of Nevarne and Bayvill, which, with Comeogg yssa, one George Jenkin, late of Melyney, deceased, held of William Owen, deceased, and Elizabeth Owen, widow, deceased, and late wife of the said William Owen, who in their lives devised the same to George Jenkin at a yearly rent of 23s 4d., and also all those lands arable and unarable in Pant y llech and keven Pant y llech, parish of Nevarne, which George Owen lately purchased of John Owen Picton of Nevarne, deceased, John Lloyd of Hendree, gent., and John Lewis Llewelyn of Nevarne, deceased. Rent: 23s 4d annually with heriot and services specified in a schedule, viz., one day's work in harvest, one horse for a day to carry dung, one horse for a day to lead corn, and one hen at Shrovetide. The lessor reserves the right to re-enter the said premises and also to lease any of them until the said Rees Owen comes of age and so also during the minority of the other lessees. Witnesses: Owen Johns, Reese Lloyde, James Bowen, John Lloyd, George Owen, clerk, H.B., John Owen, Ievan Lloyd, George Bowen, W. Bowen, John Owen, George Griffith, Griffith Gellom, John Evans, Charles Owen, Gruffith Vaughan, scribe.

Owen Picton of Trelyfen in the parish of Nevarne - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 1328
Date: 1616, Oct. 18
1. Owen Picton of Trelyfen in the parish of Nevarne, gent.;
2. Alban Owen of Henllys, esq.
GRANT in consideration of £40 of two pieces of land containing about 35 acres by the Welsh measure lying in the parish of Nevarne, of which one piece lies near Trellyfen called Gweyrglodd hir otherwise Longe meadowe and contains about 3 acres by the Welsh measure and in the tenure of the said Owen Picton, and the other called y Byry containing about 23 acres by
the Welsh measure now in the tenure of James Owen. Witnesses: Ievan Lloyd, David Johns, clerk, Henry Williams, clerk, John Lloyd, William Owens, John Channon, John Lloydach, James Morgan, James Owen. Latin. Damaged Seal.

Owen Picton of Trellefen, parish of Nevern
John Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 1216
Date: 1616, Oct. 18
1. Owen Picton of Trellefen, parish of Nevern, gent.;
2. Alban Owen of Henllys, esq.
BARGAIN AND SALE of two fields called Gweyrglodd hir and the Burye, parish of Neverne, which were purchased by John Picton, gent., of George Owen of Henllys, esq. Witnesses: Ievan Lloyd, David John, clerk, Henry Williams, clerk, John Lloyd, William Owen, John Channon, John Lloydach, James Morgan, James Owen. Seal.

Owen Picton of Trellyfen - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 1223
Date: 1617, March 27
1. Owen Picton of Trellyfen, esq.;
2. Alban Owen of Henllys, esq.
RELEASE of two parcels of land called Gweirglodd hir and Bury, parish of Neverne. Witnesses as in No. 1216 dated 18 Oct. 1616. Latin. Seal.

Owen Picton of the parish of Nevarne - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 1002
Date: 1617, July 14
1. Alban Owen of Henllys in Kemeys, esq.;
2. Owen Picton of the parish of Nevarne, gent.
LEASE for 1000 years, in consideration of one meadow called Gweyrglodd hire in the parish of Nevarne with a parcel of land at Bury containing 30 acres which he lately had in fee simple of the said Owen Picton, of the
aforesaid meadow called Gweyrglodd hire. Rent: 1d annually. Witnesses: John Lloyd of Hendre, Reese Lloyd of Pentre Ieuan, Ievan Lloyd of Comgloin, Ievan Bowen of Llanydyad in the parish of Melyne, Robert Bowen of Argoed, Thomas Owen the writer of the deed, Symon Selwood, smith.

Owen Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 1225
Date: 1619, June 10
1. Owen Young of Tregammon, parish of Nevarne, gent.;
2. Mathew Bowen of the same, gent.
BOND in £40 for the performance of covenants specified in a deed of mortgage of one messuage and lands called Parke y quarrel in the parish of Nevarne. Witnesses: Henry Atho, clerk, Owen Picton, Owen Thomas, Rowland
Young the elder, Thomas Bowen, William Bowen. Latin-English.

Owen Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2
Document # 1188
Date: 1619, July 10
1. Owen Younge of Tregamman, parish of Neverne, gent.;
2. Mathias Bowen of the said parish.
MORTGAGE for £15 of a messuage and lands called Parke y quarrel, parish of Nevarne, in the tenure of Mary Thomas. Witnesses: Henry Atho, clerk, Owen Picton, Owen Thomas, Rowland Young the elder, Thomas Bowen, William Bowen. Fragment of seal.

Owen Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2 (B)
Document # 725
Date: 1628/9, March 1
1. James Bowen of Llwyn gwair, parish of Nevarne, esq.;
2. George William Griffith of Penibengloge, parish of Meliney, gent., and James Morgan of the parish of Nevarne, gent.
FEOFFMENT in trust of a messuage and lands called Rhosimaen, two parcels of land at Voelgoch called Tir Scurlagg and Tir Sienkin Voell, one messuage called Rhos y Maen Ycha, one parcel of arable land lying on the north side of the highway leading from Newporth bridge to Cardigan town which were the late lands of Owen Picton, gent., with two pieces of land
held by lease, all in the parish of Nevarne, to the use of Robert Bowen, of Llwyn gwair, gent., youngest son of the said James Bowen, and after his death to the heirs of the latter. Copy.

Jacob Picton of the parish of Egglwswrrw, yeoman - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2 (B)
Document # 1979
Date: 1754, Jan. 25
1. Thomas Lloyd of Bronwidd, co. Cardigan, esq.;
2. Jacob Picton of the parish of Egglwswrrw, yeoman.
LEASE for three lives of messuages and lands called Pencnuck Vawr, parish of Egglwswrrw. Rent: £25 annually with a heriot of the best beast or 10s., and eight hens and eighty eggs at Shrovetide annually.

Jacob Picton of Eglwysurw, yeoman - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2 (B)
Document # 1820
Date: 1777, Feb. 6
1. Thomas Lloyd of Bronwidd, co. Cardigan, esq.;
2. David William of the parish of Nevern, yeoman, and Lettice his wife;
3. Jacob Picton of Eglwysurw, yeoman.
LEASE of Cwmuog, parish of Nevern. Rent: £40 annually, young fat hens and eggs at Christmas, with suit of mill at Velindre Mill.

William Picton of the parish of Eglwyswrw, yeoman - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2 (B)
Document # 1539
Date: 1783, June 2
1. Anne Lloyd of Bronwidd, co. Cardigan, widow;
2. William Picton of the parish of Eglwyswrw, yeoman.
LEASE for three lives of a messuage and lands called Nantrelygen Vach in the parish of Eglwyswrw.

Owen Picton of Lanrhyd - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2 (B)
Document # 1879
Date: 1818, June 25
AGREEMENT between Mary Lloyd of Bronwydd, and Owen Picton of Lanrhyd,
parish of Treleach ar Berthus, co. Carmarthen, and David Davies of Tyllwyd, parish of Melina, farmers, for a lease of Dyffryn Pedryn, parish of Llanboydy, co. Carmarthen.

Owen Picton of Lanrhyd - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2 (B)
Document # 1879
Date: 1818, June 25
AGREEMENT between Mary Lloyd of Bronwydd, and Owen Picton of Lanrhyd,
parish of Treleach ar Berthus, co. Carmarthen, and David Davies of Tyllwyd, parish of Melina, farmers, for a lease of Dyffryn Pedryn, parish of Llanboydy, co. Carmarthen.

Owen Picton - NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2 (B)
Document # 1875
Date: 1818, June 25
LIST of bidders for a lease of Dyfrin Pedrin, with a note of the letting of the same to Owen Picton. See No. 1879.

Owen Picton Jones - NLW Source: D. ROY EVANS COLLECTION
Document # 228.
Date: 1890, May - 1892, March
STATEMENT of the administration of the estate of Mr Simon Jones, late of Garregwen, Trelsach [sic] ar bettws, dec., by Messrs Stephen Jones, Evan Jones, and Owen Picton Jones, the executors.

Owen Picton - NLW Source: EATON EVANS AND WILLIAMS COLLECTION 2 (A)
Document # 1205.
Date: 1612, May 31.
1. Morgan Thomas of the parish of Llantood yeoman;
2. John Revell of the parish of Bridell, gent.
BOND in £80 to stand to the award of John Thomas Parry of Maynordivie, gent., and John Thomas of Tredroyr, co. Cardigan, gent. arbitrators in the dispute between the said parties touching the title to parcels of lands at Tir yr hen goed, parish of Bridell, and Keven y rhos melyn, parish of Llantood.
Witnesses: Owen Picton, Phillippe Griffith, William Jenkin of Kilgerran,
John Gaffeth of Clydey, John Broune, James David Lloyd, Morgan John, James Morice of Kilgerran, John James of the same.

William Picton of Mark-a-Rent in Carew parish - NLW Source: EATON EVANS AND WILLIAMS COLLECTION 2 (A)
Document # 628
Date: 1762
DOCUMENTS relating to the difficulties that Mr. Thomas Carew of Carew Castle, had with one of his tenants, viz. William Picton of Mark-a-Rent in Carew parish.

Mr. Picton - NLW Source: EATON EVANS AND WILLIAMS COLLECTION 2 (A)
Document # 7031-85
Date: 1763, Nov. 19-1776, July 15
LETTERS from Richard Knethell, Hook to his brother Mr. Knethell, Harcourt's Buildings, Inner Temple, London, mainly concerning their business as attornies, including the suits Rees v. Evans, Laugharne v. Ferguson, Phillips v. Colby, Bear Allen's estate, will of George Roberts who died in India, Mrs. Courtin's case, Kethell v. Arthur Lewis, glover, Mary Howell, widow, v. Philip Begg, mariner, George Roch v. George Gittoe, Bowen (of Dale) v. Mr. Paynter for ejectment and taking out the windows of plaintiff's house (No. 7038), cases concerning subtraction of tithe (No. 7039-41) Charles Philipps v. John Roberts, (No. 7042) the foreclosure against (No. 7044), Harris, esq., and Roberts, clerk v. Rees (No. 7046), Williams, widow, v. Gower (No. 7047, 7056 7064), Richard Mathias, v. George Phillips (No. 7048) suit brought against Richard Knethell by Sir William Owen and Mr. Powell regarding a seat in the ecclesiastical court ( No. 7049), John Morris's bankruptcy (No. 7050, 7062), Charles Philipps, gent., v. John Roberts, drover (No. 7051-2), James Davies v. John Vaughan ( No. 7053), John Wellington, esq., v. Samuel Levi, jeweller (No. 7055, 7063 ), Carrow, widow v. Cuny (No. 7056), Davies v. Vaughan (No. 7058-9, William Knethell and wife, v. John Roch (Nos. 7061, 7065), Wallington v. Levi (No. 7067), Beynon v. Mansell, Bart. (No. 7068), Lewes, clerk, v. Jones, esq. (No. 7069), Laugharne, spinster, v. Williams (No. 7071), Knethell v. Roch (No. 7072), Griffith v. Jones and Newman (No. 7073), Beynon v. Mansell (No. 7073), Mr Howell's pardon (No. 7074), ejectment against Mr. Picton (Nos. 7075, 7078), Griffith v. Newman (No. 7079) , the estate of Mr. Dulkett (No. 7080, 7082), Mary Howell, widow, v. Philip Begg ( No. 7081), an account between Mr. Tayleur and Mr. Skyrme (No. 7085). Other matters of interest: coal mining at Hook (Nos. 7033, 7043, 7063, 7079), the recipient's ill health (Nos. 7043, 7045, 7081-2), transport of a gift of ale and hamper of goods to London by vessels called the Dale Castle and the New Success (Nos. 7051, 7065), shooting accident to Nick Roch (No. 7065).

wills - NLW Source: J. GLYN PICTON
Box 1:
1/4 File marked 'Wills' comprising photocopies and transcripts of probate records and Pembrokeshire plea rolls. Included are copies of the wills of John Picton, 1661, Catherine Picton, alias Myles, 1679, and Owen Picton, 1738, all of p Whitechurch, co Pemb, Thomas Picton, 1656, George Picton, p Nevern, co Pemb, 1662, Robert Picton, p Cardigan, co Card, 1754, and Sir Thomas Picton, 1815, admon of Owen Picton, p Eglwyswrw, co Pemb, 1780, and
inventory of John Picton, p Whitechurch, co Pemb.

Owen Picton - NLW Source: PONTFAEN ESTATE
Document # 66.
Date: 1616, Oct. 1.
1. Sir James Perrott of Haroldston, co. Pembroke, knight;
2. John Rowland of Monington, co. Pembroke, yeoman.
QUITCLAIM of lands called Tythin y Perrott, parish of Monington.
Witnesses: John Lloyd; Owen Picton; Owen Young; George; Eynon Younge;
James Younge; James Morgan; W'm Younge.

Phillip Picton - NLW Source: PONTFAEN ESTATE
Document # 139.
Date: 1677, March 26.
1. John Voyle of Dale, gent.;
2. John Horniman, the younger, of Dale, mariner.
MORTGAGE, by way of lease for 99 years, for £31. 16s. 0d, of messuages and lands in Dale in the tenure of John Horniman, Catherine Howell, widow, Phillip Picton, mariner, Phillip Griffith, sailor, Henry Garrett, yeoman, Jennett Howell, widow, Mary Baten, widow, Rees Davies, yeoman, Cicilly Lidda, widow, Nicholas Saunders, sailor, Rowland Voyle, gent., and Morris White, yeoman. Rowland Voyle grandfather of the said John Voyle is named.
Witnesses: Thomas Higgon James Osmond; [H.L.?] Warburton, Jon. Westley.

Picton Mill - NLW Source: PONTFAEN ESTATE
Document # 215.
Date: 1716, May 5.
1. John Barlow of Slebetch, Richard Vaughan of Derwidd co. Carmarthen, William Powell of Nanteos, co. Cardigan, esquires, and Sir George Barlow late of Slebech, bart., eldest brother of the said John Barlow.
2. John Laugharne of Pontvane, esq., and Thomas Laugharne of the same place, gent.
CONVEYANCE (after reciting a lease and release dated 12 and 13 April 1708, between (1) Sir George Barlow, John Barlow, Richard Vaughan, William Powell, and Mathew Seys, (2) Simon Lord Harcourt, Baron of Stanton Harcourt by the name of Sir Simon Harcourt of Stanton Harcourt, co. Oxon, Knt., and Anne Harcourt daughter of the said Lord Harcourt, (3) Richard Price, one of the Barons of the Exchequer, and Sir William Banastre, and ( 4) The Hon. Simon Harcourt esq., son and heir of the said Lord Harcourt, and Edward Winnington of the Middle Temple, esq., since called Edward Jeffreys, being a marriage settlement of the said John Barlow and Anne Harcourt) of Trelloyne vawr, Trelloyn vach, Tythymon alias Ticam and Penralt all in the parish of Llanllawern; Tyrdiffirn and a water corn grist mill called Picton Mill in the parish of Llanylloydogg: Parky in the parish of Newport: Werndew, Dyffryn, and two other messuages in the parish of Dinas.

Edward Picton of Iscoed, co. Carms - NLW Source: CHURCH IN WALES: DIOCESE OF LLANDAF EPISCOPAL 4
Document # 6.
Date: 1823.
1. Thomas Markham of Nash, co. Glam.., esq., and Rev. Edward Picton of Iscoed, co. Carms., clerk;
2. Edward Stephens of Llandaff.
LEASE for twenty-one years of a stable and close of land called Llan-yr- Rach containing one and a half acres in the parish of Llandaff, now in the tenure of Peter Brown, esq., formerly in the tenure of Edward Morgan, esq. The annual rent is eight pounds eight shillings. Draft.

Robert Picton - NLW Source: CWMGWILI
Document # 1440.
Date: 1742, Aug. 25.
FINAL CONCORD in a fine levied in the Court of Great Sessions for co. Cards., between Robert Picton, gent., plaintiff, and Thomas Philippa, gent ., deforciant touching messuages and lands in the parish of Langoedmore.

Robert Picton of Cardigan - NLW Source: CWMGWILI
Document # 1437.
Date: 1742, Sept. 13.
1. Thomas Philipps of the parish of Langoedmore, co. Cards., gent.
2. Robert Picton of Cardigan, gent.
LEASE for one year of a messuage, tenement and lands called Nant y Goff in the said parish of Langoedmore.

Robert Picton of Cardigan - NLW Source: CWMGWILI
Document # 1438.
Date: 1742, Sept. 14.
1. Thomas Philipps of Tredavid in the parish of Langoedmore, co. Cards., gent.;
2. Robert Picton of Cardigan, gent.
MORTGAGE in forty- NLW Six pounds of the premises specified in No. 1437 dated the previous day.

Robert Picton of Cardigan - NLW Source: CWMGWILI
Document # 1439.
Date: 1745, May 18.
1. Thomas Philipps of Cardigan, gent.;
2. Robert Picton of Cardigan, gent.
RELEASE, in consideration of ninety-five pounds, of the equity of redemption of the property specified in No. 1437, dated 1742, Sept- 13.

John Picton of the Priory, Cardigan - NLW Source: F. C. WINCHESTER COLLECTION
Document # 7.
Date: 1706, Jan. 23
1. John Thomas of Tremain, co. Card., gent.
2. John Picton of the Priory, Cardigan, gent., Rees Thomas of Werwick,
co. Card., husbandman, Jacob Morgan of Vaynor-Vawr, Manordivy, co. Pemb., gent., John Davids of Manordivy, gent.
Lease of Troed y Rhiw and other premises and lands in Llangoedmore, co. Card.

John Picton the elder of Poyston, co. Pemb
Thomas Picton of Poyston, gent., son of the said John Picton - NLW Source: FFYNNONE 1
Document # 130
Date: 1716, Oct. 23
1 John Picton the elder of Poyston, co. Pemb. gent.
2 William Bowen the elder of Haverfordwest, gent., and John Higgon of Haverfordwest, gent.
3 Thomas Picton of Poyston, gent., son of the said John Picton
4 Frances Bowen of Haverfordwest, spinster
COPY of the marriage settlement of the said Thomas Picton and Frances Bowen.

T. Picton from London - NLW Source: FFYNNONE 2
Document # 2183.
Date: 1815, Feb. 22
1. T. Picton from London
2. J. Colby, esq., at Fynonney Emlyn, co. Carm.
Business and family news.

General Sir Thomas Picton - NLW Source: FFYNNONE 2
Document # 2271.
Date: 1815, Aug. 19
1. S. Gahagan from Great Titchfield St, London
2. John Colby, esq., Fynone Emlyn, South Wales
Enclosing a bill for a bust of General Sir Thomas Picton.

John Picton - NLW Source: FFYNNONE 2
Document # 264.
Date: 1684, April 12
ANSWER of Richard Jones and John Picton, gent's, two of the defendants to
a bill of complaint by John Colby.

John Picton Beete, nephew of General Sir Thomas Picton - NLW Source: NLW Facs. Document # 369/45
Date: January 1995.
Mr G. W. Beet, Sheffield.
A photocopy of a letter, 1994, to the donor from the Prince Edward Island, Canada, Genealogical Society, containing genealogical information regarding Major John Picton Beete, nephew of General Sir Thomas Picton.

Thomas Picton of Poyston
John Picton the elder, late of Poyston - NLW Source: SEALYHAM
Document # 1-2.
Date: 1745/6, March 3 and 4
1. Thomas Picton of Poyston, co. Pemb., gent., son and heir of Thomas Picton, late of Poyston, gent., dec., who was son and heir of John Picton the elder, late of Poyston, gent., likewise dec.
2. Thomas Parry of Aberustwith, co. Card., gent.
3. John Symmons of Llanstinan, co. Pemb., esq.
LEASE AND RELEASE of a m. and lands in the Townred and fields of Ambleston, co. Pemb., containing about one ploughland, the two m's of Triffilton and Hood in Ambleston, and several m's and lands in the Townred and fields of Scollock and Wallis in Ambleston.
Witnesses: Wat. Lewes and Wm Thomas.
Paper.
Copy.

Thomas Picton of lands in p. Ambleston - NLW Source: SEALYHAM
Document # 3.
Date: 1746, March 28
EXEMPLIFICATION of a recovery suffered in the Great Sessions by Thomas Picton of lands in p. Ambleston.
Paper.
Copy.

Thomas Picton of Poyston, co. Pemb - NLW Source: SEALYHAM
Document # 6.
Date: 1758, March 24
1. Thomas Picton of Poyston, co. Pemb., esq.
2. Thomas Tucker of Hook, Ambleston, esq.
LEASE FOR A YEAR of Triffleton in Ambleston, co. Pemb.
Witnesses: D. Hughes and Stephen Evans.

Thomas Picton of Poyston, co. Pemb - NLW Source: SEALYHAM
Document # 7-8.
Date: 1758, March 25
1. Thomas Picton of Poyston, co. Pemb., esq., and Caecil, his wife
2. Thomas Tucker of Hook, Ambleston, esq.
RELEASE (with covenant to produce title deeds) of Triffleton in Ambleston.
Witnesses: D. Hughes and Stephen Evans.

John Picton - NLW Source: WILLIAMS AND WILLIAMS COLLECTION (1)
Document # 290.
Date: 1850
Wallis, etc.
1. John Picton
2. Wm Llewelyn
AGREEMENT FOR LEASE.
Tenant's part.

Picton - NLW Source: WILLIAMS AND WILLIAMS COLLECTION (1)
Document # 2,853.
Date: 1866
Bridge Street
1. W. G. Davies
2. ---- Picton
REQUISITIONS on title.
Draft.

Thos Picton - NLW Source: WILLIAMS AND WILLIAMS COLLECTION (1)
Document # 2,938.
Date: 1867
Bridge Street
1. Thos Picton
2. Owen & Cooke
MORTGAGE.
Draft.

Rev. John Picton George - NLW Source: WILLIAMS AND WILLIAMS COLLECTION (1)
Document # 7,022.
Date: 1863
Rhyd y garnwen
Rev. John Picton George.
DISCLAIMER by the Rev. John Picton George.
Copy draft.

Thos Picton - NLW Source: WILLIAMS AND WILLIAMS COLLECTION (1)
Document # 7,076.
Date: 1851
Carngowil
1. Dd Vaughan & wife
2. Thos Picton

William Picton, steward of Lawadyen - NLW Source: FOLEY OF RIDGEWAY
Document # 10.
Date: 1385/6, the feast of the Purification of the Blessed Mary
1. Phillip David
2. Alice Montaigne
GRANT for life of a m. called Thomlymyslond and 5½ a. of land lying together in the field called Wymberislond, two of which a. lie between the land of John Faweley and the land formerly of John Mors and the remaining 3½ a. are situated in Reddewale, with remainder to the heirs of the said Alice, and, failing such heirs, to the grantor and his heirs.
Witnesses: William Picton, steward of Lawadyen, John Faweley, constable
there, David Hondy, reeve there, Henry Cottelond, catchpol there, Roger ----.
Dated at Lawadyen.
Latin.

William Picton Evans of Cardigan - NLW Source: FOLEY OF RIDGEWAY
Document # 1056.
Date: 1869, Jan. 1
1. Arthur Henry Saunders Davies of Pentre, co. Pembroke, esq.;
2. John Henry Scourfield of Williamston, esq., and Rev. William Morgan Davies Berrington of Pembroke, clerk.
MORTGAGE for £4,700 of the Moleyvor estate in the parishes of Llanrhysted, Llandinol and Llansaintfraed, co. Cardigan [messuages specified].
Endorsed: transfer of the mortgage to the said J.H. Scourfield, William Owen Brigstocke of Gelly Dywyll, co. Carmarthen, esq., and William Picton Evans of Cardigan, esq., 18 May 1872.

The Soldier in later Medieval England
for the years 1369 - 1453
List

To search for Medieval Picton soldiers - Enter in different Picton spellings
http://www.medievalsoldier.org/search_musterdb.php

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John Picton Archer Stanley, John de, Sir 1389-1392 Standing force Ireland TNA E101/41/18 m15
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John Picton Archer Stanley, John de, Sir Stanley, John de, Sir 1389-1392 Standing force Ireland TNA E101/41/18 m11
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Nicholas Picton Archer Luttrell, Hugh, Sir Arundel, Richard Fitz Alan, earl of 1387 Exped Naval TNA E101/40/34 m15
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John Piketon Esquire Man-at-arms Ferrariis, Ralph de, Sir Ferrers, Ralph de, Sir 1371-1372 Keeping of the Sea TNA E101/31/28 m3
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Nicholas Pycton Archer Luttrell, Hugh, Sir Arundel, Richard Fitz Alan, earl of 1387 Exped Naval TNA E101/40/33 m15
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John Pycton Man-at-arms, Sir Thomas Carrewe 1402-1404 Garrison Narberth TNA E101/43/23 m1
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John Pycton Archer, Lord Thomas Camoys, Henry V 1415 Exped France TNA E101/47/13 m1
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John Pyketon Archer Despenser, Edward Lord Cambridge, Edmund of Langley, earl of, and Brittany, John, duke of 1375 Exped France TNA E101/34/3 m1d
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John Pyketon Archer Despenser, Edward Lord Cambridge, Edmund of Langley, earl of, and Brittany, John, duke of 1375 Exped France TNA E101/34/5 m2d
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John Pykton Archer Beaumont, John Lord Arundel, Richard Fitz Alan, earl of 1387 Exped Naval TNA E101/40/33 m4d
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John Pykton Archer Braine, John, Sir Scrope, Stephen le, Sir 1395-1397 Standing force Ireland TNA E101/41/39 m5
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John Pykton Archer Braine, John, Sir Scrope, Stephen le, Sir 1395-1397 Standing force Ireland TNA E101/41/39 m2
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John Pykton Archer Braine, John, Sir Scrope, Stephen le, Sir 1395-1397 Standing force Ireland TNA E101/41/39 m3ii
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John Pykton Archer Braine, John, Sir Scrope, Stephen le, Sir 1395-1397 Standing force Ireland TNA E101/41/39 m4ii
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John Pykton Archer Frein, William, Sir Scrope, Stephen le, Sir 1395-1397 Standing force Ireland TNA E101/41/39 m7
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John Pykton Archer Vale, Thomas, Sir Scrope, Stephen le, Sir 1395-1397 Standing force Ireland TNA E101/41/39 m8i
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Nicholas Pykton Esquire Man-at-arms Darundell, John, Sir Arundel, Richard Fitz Alan, earl of 1388 Exped Naval TNA E101/41/5 m6
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John Pykton Archer Maltravers, John Arundel, Lord Gloucester, Humphrey, Duke of 1417 Exped France TNA E101/51/2 m36
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Henry Pikton Man-at-arms, Sir Aubrey de Vere, Duke of Lancaster, John of Gaunt 1378 Exped Naval TNA E101/36/39 m7
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John Pikton Archer, Sir Aubrey de Vere, Duke of Lancaster, John of Gaunt 1378 Exped Naval TNA E101/36/39 m7
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John Pikton Archer, Sir John Braham, Sir Stephen le Scrope 1395-1397 Standing force Ireland TNA E101/41/39 m1ii
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John Pikton Archer, Sir William Frein, Sir Stephen le Scrope 1395-1397 Standing force Ireland TNA E101/41/39 m6i
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Henry Pikton Archer, Edmund Beaufort, Duke of Somerset 1449 Exped France TNA E101/54/11 m6



List of some Picton Sources at the National Library of Wales

Picton names where found in the following sources and there may be more:

BRONWYDD 1 at the National Library of Wales
Deposited by Sir Marteine and Lady Lloyd,
Bronwydd, Carmarthenshire, 1933
1933071

BRONWYDD 2 (A) at the National Library of Wales
Deposited by Miss Morfa Audley Withington,
26th Lady Marcher of the Barony of Kemes
COMPILED BY B. G. CHARLES, 1952
DEPOSITED COLLECTIONS
THE BRONWYDD MANUSCRIPTS AND RECORDS (GROUP II).

- NLW Source: BRONWYDD 2 (B)
Part 2 of Schedule

CHURCH IN WALES: DIOCESE OF LLANDAF EPISCOPAL 4 at the National Library of Wales
Deposited by the Representative Body of the Church in Wales
COMPILED BY H. D. EMANUEL, 1953

CWMGWILI at the National Library of Wales
Deposited by Lieut.-Col Sir Grismond P. Philipps, CVO, DL
COMPILED BY H. D. EMANUEL, 1955
1948155

D. ROY EVANS COLLECTION
Allen Raine
Deposited by Mr D. Roy Evans, Newcastle Emlyn, 1932

EATON EVANS AND WILLIAMS COLLECTION 2 (A)
Pembrokeshire Deeds
Deposited by Messrs Eaton Evans and Williams, Solicitors, Haverfordwest
COMPILED BY B. G. CHARLES, 1957

F. C. WINCHESTER COLLECTION at the National Library of Wales
Cardiganshire and Carmarthenshire Deeds
Purchased from F. C. Winchester, Hove, September 1922

CWMGWILI
Deposited by Lieut.-Col Sir Grismond P. Philipps, CVO, DL
COMPILED BY H. D. EMANUEL, 1955
1948155

CHURCH IN WALES: DIOCESE OF LLANDAF EPISCOPAL 4
Deposited by the Representative Body of the Church in Wales
COMPILED BY H. D. EMANUEL, 1953

FFYNNONE 1 at the National Library of Wales
(Previous title: SPENCE-COLBY)
Deposited by Mrs A. Spence-Colby, 1927
1927055

FFYNNONE 2 at the National Library of Wales
(Previous title: OWEN AND COLBY)
Deposited by Mrs A. Spence Colby, Donnington Hall, Ledbury, 1949
COMPILED BY G. M. GRIFFITHS, 1954

J. GLYN PICTON at the National Library of Wales
Donated by J. Glyn Picton, Birmingham,
April 1986 and September 1992
A1986/48 A1992/146
A SUMMARY LIST
(MINOR LISTS 1986, 1993)

PONTFAEN ESTATE at the National Library of Wales
(Previous title: POYSTON)
Bequeathed by the late Henry Owen, DCL, DLitt, Poyston
1939

PICTON CASTLE at the National Library of Wales
Deposited by the Hon. Mrs Sheila Plunkett,
later Baroness Dunsany, January 1949
COMPILED BY B. G. CHARLES, 1970
1986085 19491

NLW Facs. 369/45 at the National Library of Wales
Donation.

FOLEY OF RIDGEWAY
Deposited by A. T. Woods, esq., Gray's Inn Square, London,
per The British Records Association (BRA 1333), 1964
COMPILED BY B. G. CHARLES
Records of the estate of the family of Foley of Ridgeway, co. Pemb., mainly in that county, 1366-1869.

SEALYHAM at the National Library of Wales
Presented by Mrs C. O. Higgon, Sealyham, Fleet, Hampshire, December 1938
Deeds relating to the family of Tucker of Sealyham, co. Pemb., 1746-1843.
Schedule [1936], 6 pp. AR 1938-39, p. 30.

WILLIAMS AND WILLIAMS COLLECTION (1)
Pembrokeshire



Newport 1434 and 1594 Rentals

Newport 1434 and 1594 Rentals- List of people with rentals in Newport in 1434 and 1594





Manorial Documents Register

Some ideas of Brian Picton Swann:
It has been said that Whitechurch (Eglwyswen) was part of the Lordship of Kemes. This should mean that there is lots of unresearched Picton material in the Court Rolls and associated documents of the Lordship/Barony of Kemes. In England, when any Manorial tenant died, his heirs had to come to the Court and prove that they had the right to succeed to his lands. The records, therefore can give a very good guide to when someone died, and who his heir was. There are Courts Baron, Courts Leet, Rentals and Surveys, etc.


This is all viewable over the Internet for the Lordship of Kemes from the Manorial Documents Register. Very few Counties are available online - but Wales is in its entirety! Below is the link so you can see what survives for Kemes (Cemais).

http://www.hmc.gov.uk/mdr/searchMDR.htm

Get to Wales - use drop down menu to select Pembrokeshire - select "Lordship" - drop down menu for Kemes - and if you do not put in any dates you get 293 hits. Type in dates and the list becomes manageable. Absolute mass of material. Most (but not all) in the Bronwydd MSS collection.

A Printout of the Manorial Documents Register




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