Eldest son, sole executor of his father's Will (written 1753, proved 1759), who bequeathed him £800, conditional on him paying a moiety of the interest to his mother. His father also bequeathed him a mortgage of £240, out of which he is to pay to his brother David the sum of £100.
Robert Roberts of Goppa in the parish of Trawsfynydd is named in the Will of his mother-in-law, Gwen Llwyd of Brynymaenllwyd (written 1790) as father of Gwen, Robert and Anne.
Abstract of the Will of Robert Roberts of Goppa in the Parish of Trawsfynydd in the County of Merioneth, yeoman, written 2 Jan 1797, proved 14 Mar 1797. 3
Gives and bequeaths £25 to his daughter Gwen Roberts to make up what her two grandmothers left her.
Gives and bequeaths £5 to his grandson Robert the son of Evan Owen and his daughter Gwen Roberts.
Gives and bequeaths to his granddaughter Anne the daughter of the said Evan Owen and Gwen Roberts four female lambs.
Gives and bequeaths £60 to his daughter Anne Roberts.
Gives and bequeaths £80 to his son Robert Roberts.
All the rest and residue of his personal estate he gives and bequeaths to his wife Marry Ellis, whom he appoints sole executrix of his last will and testament.
Witnesses: Rowland Evans, Evan Rowland
An inventory of the goods, cattle, chattels, right, credits and personal estate of Robert Roberts of Goppa in the parish of Trawsfynydd, yeoman, was taken 1 Mar 1797 by John Roberts and Robert Ephraim and valued at £198 1s. 16d.