The agreements follow 2 main series: There are other agreements securing the water supply to the water corn grist mill in the Bateman messuage.
With the help of wills at the National Library of Wales, viewable online, these agreements can be explained.
“Capital Messuage” in the Wilkin-Lort agreements always refers to the Manor House (the Welsh Longhouse) and lands, which 1 agreement specifies as 1 ploughland.
The “messuage” referred to in the Wogan-Bateman agreements does not contain the Manor House but does specify the corn mill, which would be in addition to property implicit in a messuage.
They may have come from Flanders or Northern England (the large house at Wiston is in the Northumbrian style).
One of the Wogans married a descendant and heiress of Wizo to establish one of the major families of south Pembrokeshire (DWB).