stone sett in gold"; to Anne and Elizabeth, two other daughters of the said William, ÃÂ£ 50, a gold ring and a locket, apiece; and various smaller bequests to friends and to servants at Longridge. By his first wife Katherine (Wogan) John Warren had the following children: 1. William Warren, eldest son and heir. 2. James Warren, died before 1720. 3. John Warren, known as the younger, lived at Haverfordwest, and was Mayor in 1769, 1776, and 1782. He married at Rudbaxton church on 21 October 1737, Elizabeth daughter of Thomas Picton of Poyston by Elizabeth Bowen of Leweston. Her portion was ÃÂ£ 500. By the pre-nuptial settlement (19 October 1737) the father of the bridegroom settled the following properties to the uses of the marriage Pontgynon and the water corn mill, Tyllwyd, Pontrhiwfelen, Rhostwarch Issa. Llwynbedw Ucha, two messuages in Helignant Issa, a messuage in David George's occupation, a house and garden, and Pencnwc. all in the parishes of Meline and Eglwyswrw, and secured an annuity of ÃÂ£ 60 for the bride. In 1752 the Newport Court Leet granted him "the sole liberty of building a lime kill" upon the waste within the Corporation land, subject to the approval of the lord of the manor. He voted for Philipps of Picton Castle in the parliamentary election of 1765. His wife died on 27 January 1789, aged 69. They had two daughters, coheiresses (i) Frances Warren, married in 1775 John Rees who adopted the name Stokes, of Scotch well and later of Cuffern. who died in 1818 aged 66. leaving three children (a) John Stokes Stokes of Cuffern. (b) Elizabeth who in 1810 married Henry Rees of Haverfordwest. Clerk of the peace for Pembrokeshire, and (c) Henry Stokes of Scotchwell: (ii) Catherine Warren died unmarried in 1811, aged 73, and by her will dated 6 November 1801 left her property in Meline and Eglwyswrw furniture and 6 silver spoons, to her nephew John Stokes, her house in Haverfordwest to her niece Elizabeth Stokes, and to her nephew Henry Stokes ÃÂ£ 700 charged on Scotchwell also ÃÂ£ 200 and 4 silver salt cellars, and gave ÃÂ£ 20 towards improving the Wesleyan church in St Martins parish. 4. & 5. Ann and Mary, died before 1720. 6. Jane, with a portion of f:1000, married in 1733 (pre-nuptial settlement dated 30 October) George Bowen, esquire, of Gwern Fulbrook (or Fulbro) in Eglwyswen. by whom she had an only son James Bowen, who succeeded to his father's estate. George Bowen died on 8 February 1739- 40, and the widow afterwards married Richard Mathias of Eglwyswen, gentleman. The name Gwern Fulbrook disappeared about the end of the 18th century, but is believed to be the large farmstead called Plas Eglwyswen to the SE of the parish church. 7. Elizabeth, lived at Haverfordwest. An ardent Wesleyan, she founded Sunday schools in Haverfordwest, and for her labours earned the praise of John Wesley. She died unmarried, and by her will dated 10 February 1772, proved 25 August 1798, desired to be buried in Nevern church- yard, and left her estate equally between her nieces Catherine and Frances, in survivorship.