... the said Goronwy holds that bailiwick for the term of his life, rendering thence annually 60s. as long as he should bear himself well and faithfully towards the lord and that the arrears which were demanded from him by the justice for the farm of the aforesaid bailiwick from the time shown be repaid to him by the aforesaid council up to the feast of St Michael next ensuing. And for this grant the aforesaid Goronwy released and quitclaimed for himself and his heirs for ever to the said prince and his heirs all the right and claim which he had, or in any way could have in the ofﬁce of the aforesaid ringildry and then he made his letters of quitclaim which remain in the custody of the prince’s chancery.
(Kennington petitions, 1305 in H. Ellis (ed.) Registrum vulgariter nuncupatum. The Record of Caernarvon, London, 1838, p. 219 [Tip: daliwch Ctrl a chliciwch dolen i'w agor mewn tab newydd. (Cuddio tip)] )