Iwltaeatojta tfamirewsts. ^TiT SERIES.—VOL. XIV, NO. LV JULY 1897. FLINTSHIRE GENEALOGICAL NOTES. BY ERNEST ARTHUR EBBLEWHITE, ESQ., F.S.A. (Continued from p. 16.) XXL—LLANASA (continued). In 1681 John Ellice, son of Hugh Ellice of Axtyn, in this parish, yeoman, married Katherine Jones, spinster, the eldest daughter of John Rogers of Gwespyr, in this parish, mariner, by Mary his wife, and on the 10th February 1681-2, the bride's father settled upon their marriage a bakehouse and certain lands in Gwespyr, as well as the reversion (subject to the life interest or dower of the said Mary Rogers) of a messuage called « y Tu Newydd", and fields called " Pwll y calch y roft", " Bach yr Oyn issa", and " Bach yr Oyn ganol." The trustees to the marriage settlement were Peter Hughes of Gwespyr, and Jeremy Ellice of Trelogan, gentlemen. The deed is signed " the marke J of John Rogers", but the seal is damaged. Charles Hughes, Peter Hughes (not the trustee), and Robert Jones, witnessed the execution of the deed and livery of seisin {Rhual Munimen ts). On the 11th January 1732-3, Letters of Administra¬ tion were granted by the Bishop of St. Asaph in the estate of Einion Thomas, of this parish, yeoman. 5th ser., vol. xiv. 13