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1 In 1533 James made certain payments "consarnynge the hurtynge of William Vaughan of Kilgarron", which doubtless refers to the time of his capture.
2 Perhaps of Pen y buarth, not far from Newcastle Emlyn.
3 The Golden Grove MSS, states that Jenkyn was also known as John Powell, and was Marshal of the King's Hall. If this is so, he may be the John Powell described in the Court of Augmentations records for 1548-54 as "Marshal of the King's Hall" holding a Crown lease of Cenarth Mill, and who brought an action against Thomas Bruyne, and 18 other men of the lordship of Emlyn for refusing to grind their corn at Cenarth Mill, according to custom.

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