Youngest son, named as a beneficiary in his father's Will (1648)
In 1665, Emmanuel Roberts & Robert Anwyl (Caeddafydd) were Assessors of the subsidy in Nanmor. 1
Abstract of the Will of Robert Anwyll of Caeddafydd in Nanmor in the County of Merioneth and Diocese of Bangor, written 8 Jul 1702, proved 18 Jan 1703/4.
Directs his body to be buried in the parish church of Llanllyfnŷ, and gives & bequeaths 1 shilling toward the reparation of said church.
Gives & bequeaths £5 to his daughter-in-law Mary Jones, being part of a bond of £20 due to him from the honoured Madame Catherine Anwyll late of Penrhyn-Daudraeth in county Merioneth, widow, deceased.
Item. Gives & bequeaths £5 to each of his granddaughters Jane, Mary and Elizabeth, daughters of the said Mary Jones, being the second, third & fourth parts of the said £20.
Item. Gives & bequeaths £6 12 shillings to his granddaughter Catherine Anwyll daughter of the said Mary Jones, being the interest of the said £20, accrued from 1 Nov 1697 to 1 November next ensuing, for her attendance and care in looking after him in his old age.
Item. Gives & bequeaths 5 shillings to his grandson Robert Anwyll of Cae ddafydd, and 2 shillings sixpence to Robert's brother William Anwyll.
Item. Gives & bequeaths 10 shillings to his cousin Owen Maurice of Bangor.
Item. All the rest and residue of his goods, cattle, chattels & credits he gives & bequeaths to his daughter Ellin Garnons als. Anwyll whom he nominates & appoints sole executrix of his last will and testament.
Desires that his friend John Rowlands of Nant Esquire be overseer of his last will and testament.
Witnesses: Richard Garnons, William Hughes, Owen Maurice 3