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D/D BF: Briton Ferry Estate section 2

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BRITON FERRY ESTATE: SECTION 2, subsequent accessions

Conveyances of properties in Aberavon parish

<D/D BF 1475> Extract from an agreement with the Port Talbot Railway and Dock Company to sell part of a foreshore for the purpose of building a dock n.d., post 1894
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<D/D BF 1476> Conveyance to discharge a property from a mortgage charge of £110000, dated 25 July 1899; Alfred Walter Thynne of 50 Cadogan Square (co. Middx.), retired Lieutenant Colonel, and the Hon. Charles Cavendish George Byng of Edgmead House, Launceston, Cornwall, to Victor Albert George Child Villiers, Earl of Jersey; Land (13a 3r 37p) part of Tir y Felindre farm, Aberavon. Includes plan and schedule of deeds 1868-1898
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<D/D BF 1477> Conveyance for £180, dated 18 Aug 1942; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co, Ltd, to the Great Western Railway Co.; Land (2r 8p) in the Borough of Port Talbot, between the Fishguard to Paddington railway and the Swansea to Treherbert railway. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1478> Conveyance for £174, dated 25 Sept 1950; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co., to Harold Davies Jones of 29 Station Road, Port Talbot, engineer; Land at Aberavon on Victoria Road, measuring 40 feet by 120 feet. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1479> Conveyance for £140, dated 11 Dec 1950; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co., to Mydrim Davies of 16 Phoenix Avenue, Margam; Land on the North side of Victoria Road, Aberavon, measuring 355 square yards. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1480> Conveyance for £124, dated 26 Feb 1951; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co., to James McCarthy of Port Talbot; Land in Port Talbot with a 31 foot frontage on the North side of Victoria Road, measuring 15.9p, for a sewer. Includes plan
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Conveyances of properties in Baglan Parish

<D/D BF 1481> Waiver of rights of pre-emption to land, dated 7 Apr 1870 Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, with Frederick Wiliam Child Villiers of Sulby Hall, Northamptonshire and Charles Fane esq. of London, banker, to the Great Western Railway Company; Right to re-purchase land (2a 2r) in return for covenant not to conduct offensive business on the land. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1482> Deed of exchange, dated 20 Apr 1901; Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng, with Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to Madelina Georgina Llewellyn of Baglan Hall and Robert William Llewellyn of Baglan, esq; Land (3r 33p) at Ty Isaf near Baglan House, land (8a 1r 37p) on the road from Baglan House to Baglan Church, land (2a 2r 37p) between the railway and the Tonymynydd colliery to Aberavon road, and the Latt Marsh (15a 1r 30p) . Includes 3 plans
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<D/D BF 1483> Conveyance and gift, dated 1 May 1950; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co, to the Mid Glamorgan Rivers Catchment Board; Land (3r 36p) on the South East side of the crossing of the Rhondda and Swansea Bay branch lines and the main line, to be used in connection with the Baglan and Aberavon Moors drainage scheme. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1484> Deed of exchange, dated 4 May 1950; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co, to John Mayberry Bevan of Glyn Clydach, company director; 11.055a of land, part of Penystar Farm, Baglan Higher, for 9a 2r 14p of land, part of Hawdref Ganol Farm, Baglan Higher, and assignment of mortgage from the first piece of land to the second. Includes plan
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Conveyances of properties in Briton Ferry Parish

<D/D BF 1485> Grant, dated 10 Dec 1855; George earl of Jersey, to the Minister and Churchwardens of Briton Ferry Parish; Land (1r 27p) between the turnpike road from Cardiff to Neath to the North and Craig Wood to the South, for the erection of a school for poor children of Briton Ferry. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1486> Agreement, dated 10 May 1895; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to the Great Western Railway Company; Agreement to provide access for the earl of Jersey to his property at Church Street, Briton Ferry, in return for conveyance of land adjoining Church Street. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1487> Conveyance for £58 11s, dated 31 July 1899; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, with Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng, to the Great Western Railway Company; Land (142 square yards) near Briton Ferry railway station. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1488> Agreement, dated 31 Dec 1900; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to the Great Western Railway Company; Agreement to construct a bridge over the GWR railway near the dock at Briton Ferry. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1489> Deed of gift, dated 31 Dec 1900; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, with Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng, to the Briton Ferry UDC; Land in Briton Ferry (1a 23p), part of Morfa Bach field, for a recreation ground. In margin: plan; Endorsed: deed of exchange, dated 30 Dec 1903; Briton Ferry UDC, to Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, with Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng; Land (343 square yards) adjoining the recreation ground at Morfa Bach. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1490> Deed of gift, dated 28 Apr 1905; Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng, with Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to the Briton Ferry UDC; Part of the Harp Croft field, for a public library and public offices, Briton Ferry. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1491> Conveyance for £994, dated 4 Sept 1906; Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng, with Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to the Briton Ferry UDC; 18a 2r 29p of land and a reservoir at Cefn Court Farm, 16p of land in Goytref Farm and 16p of land in Pant-Howelddu-Uchaf. Endorsed: grant and release, dated 21 Feb 1949; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co, to the Mayor Aldermen and Burgesses of Neath; License to lay pipes for drainage. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1492> Grant, dated 31 Dec 1908; Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng, with Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to the Briton Ferry UDC; Land (6a) at Briton Ferry (not further identified) and land (6p) on the West side of Rockingham Terrace, Briton Ferry, for a public park. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1493> Conveyance, dated 11 Mar 1914; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, with William Henry Phillips Jenkins of Bristol esq and Frederick William Fane, to the Great Western Railway Company; Land (11½ p) adjoining Church Street Briton Ferry. Includes Plan
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<D/D BF 1494> Conveyance for £74, dated 25 Mar 1915; William Henry Phillips Jenkins of Bristol esq and Frederick William Fane of London, with Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to Henry Perrett of Briton Ferry, tobacconist; Land adjoining Vine Cottage, Charles Street, Briton Ferry. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1495> Conveyance for £1995, dated 9 Dec 1925; Walter Fitzuryan baron Dynevor and Frederick William Fane, to the GWR; Land (3a 3r 20p) between the railway, Herne Street, Park Street and Shelone Road, Briton Ferry. Includes Plan
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<D/D BF 1496> Conveyance for £500, dated 10 May 1920; Griffith Robert Poyntz Llewellyn of Baglan Hall esq, with Harriet Annie Llewellyn of Baglan Hall widow, William Herbert Clydwyn Llewellyn of Bridgend esq and Griffith Robert Poyntz Llewellyn, to William Leyson David of Ty Canol, Baglan, with George Henry Robert earl of Jersey; Land (39a 1r) at Craig Ty-isaf, to the North and West of Baglan House. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1497> License, dated 29 June 1943 and 1945; George Francis earl of Jersey, with the Villiers Estate Co, to Baldwins Ltd; License to manufacture aluminium sheets and ingots at the Wern Works, Briton Ferry. Includes certificate of incorporation of Baldwins (Holdings) Ltd
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<D/D BF 1498> Conveyance for £100 dated 23 Oct 1950; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co, to the Representative Body of the Church in Wales; Land (858 square yards) near Cwmydwr Quarry, Briton Ferry, behind Vernon Terrace, for a church hall. Includes plan
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Conveyances, etc. of properties in Cadoxton-juxta-Neath parish (including Coedffranc)

<D/D BF 1499> Deed for executing decree for the purpose of relieving property recovered from mortgage, dated 26 Mar 1857; Henry Tennant and Charles Tennant, with William Henry Smith and John Wormald, to George earl of Jersey; Quarrying rights and land called Coed yr Iarll Uchaf Farm. Parts missing
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<D/D BF 1500> Cross conveyances (with counterpart), dated 1 Aug 1872; Lord John Thynne and Samuel Charles Whitbread, with Frederick William Child Villiers and Charles Fane, with Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to Charles Alexander Wood and Henry George Augustus Knox, with Francis William baron Dynevor and Henry Compton; Land at Red Jacket Pill, Crymlyn Bog and Llanywern, to settle boundary disputes between the Briton Ferry and Neath Abbey estates. Includes 2 plans
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<D/D BF 1501> Deed of arrangement for £25, dated 19 Feb 1880; Richard Arkwright, Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng, with Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, with Frederick William Price and Charles Thorold Fane, with Gertrude Barbara Rich Tennant, with Edward Maddox Sweetland and Charles Reynolds Barclay; Land at Red Jacket, Coedffranc, beside the canal, and land owned by the Red Jacket Copper Company. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1502> Agreement for sale of land for £1566, dated 14 Mar 1892; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to the Rhondda and Swansea Bay Railway Company; Land (4a 1r 16p) alongside the Swansea and Neath Railway near Halfway House. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1503> Agreement for the purchase of land at £360 per acre, dated 28 Apr 1893; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to the Rhondda and Swansea Bay Railway Company; Land (18a 29p) for the purpose of railway no. 4 of the Rhondda and Swansea Bay railway
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<D/D BF 1504> Conveyance (copy) for £6000, dated 27 Aug 1907; The Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd., with Henry Adelbert Wellington Fitzroy duke of Beaufort, to Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, with Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng; Land bounded by the rivers Tawe and Neath, the Tennant Canal and the sea. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1505> Conveyance, dated 27 Aug 1907; Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng, with Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to Henry Adelbert Wellington Fitzroy duke of Beaufort, with the Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd.; Land bounded by the rivers Tawe and Neath, the Tennant Canal and the Sea. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1506> Conveyance for £22850, dated 9 Dec 1907; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, with Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng, to the Great Western Railway Co.; Land (34a 1r 24p) alongside the GWR line in Coedffranc parish, not further described. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1507> Conveyance for £5052 dated 27 May 1914; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, with William Henry Phillips Jenkins and Frederick William Fane, to the Great Western Railway Co.; Land (6a 3r 34p) adjoining the Tennant Canal between Halfway House, Llansamlet, and the Burrows Lodge Inn at Crymlyn Bridge, the Briton Ferry Road Station and the railway bridge over the Tennant Canal. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1508> Heads of agreement, dated 15 Aug 1922; The Tennant Canal company to the Swansea Corporation; Agreement for the demolition of the Crymlyn Burrows Bridge and the building of a new one. Includes plan
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Conveyances of properties in Glyncorrwg parish

<D/D BF 1509> Cross conveyances, dated 21 Dec 1874; Lord John Thynne and Samuel Charles Whitbread, with Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, with Charles Stuart and James Stuart Wortley, to John Patrick marquis of Bute, with John Homfray and John Richards Homfray; Settlement of disputed territory on the boundary between Blaen Gwynfi Farm and Blaen Selsig Farm, Glyncorrwg. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1510> Conveyance for £60, dated 13 Oct 1876; Lord John Thynne and Samuel Charles Whitbread, with Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to the Llynvi and Ogmore Railway Company; Land at Blaengwynfi beside the river Afan for a railway. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1511> Grant, dated 30 Nov 1908; Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng, with Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to the Glyncorrwg UDC; Land (3a 1r 9p) at Jersey Road Blaengwynfi, for a recreation ground. Includes plan
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Conveyances, etc. of land in Llansamlet parish

<D/D BF 1512> Feofment for £500, dated 25 Dec 1838; Jenkin Rees of Llangynwyd yeoman, to Charles Henry Smith and Charles Tennant esq.; Land called Glanywern, Llansamlet; Enclosure: feofment for £205 dated 19 Mar 1800, Jenkin Rees with Thomas Jones and Jennet his wife, to Elias Jenkin of Neath gent; property as above
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<D/D BF 1513> Conveyance for £1554 11s 2d, dated 6 Apr 1848; William earl of Lonsdale, Sir Matthew White Ridley, William Russell and Vere Fene, with John Wormold and Richard Harrison, with the Hon. Georgina Augusta Henrietta Villiers widow and George earl of Jersey, to the South Wales Railway Company; 3a 28p in Llwyn Orwn Farm, 1a 3r in Park Stadwen Farm, 2a 1r 8p in Talacoba Uchaf Farm, 1a 2r 6p in Tir y Cawr Farm, 1a 25p in Pen-y-Maen Farm, 2a 7p in Tir Thomas John Thomas, 2a 32p in Tir John Bowen David Farm, 34p in Tir Glanmumodie Knap Coch Farm, 3r 31p in Tir Fynon Fadog Farm, 1a 2r 11p (unnamed), 1a 15p in Tir y Pydew Farm, 1r 1p in Ty Nest Farm, 21a 2r 21p in Llys Newydd Farm and 1a 3r 36p in Gwerne Lliste Farm. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1514> Conveyance for £10000, dated 1 Feb 1871; Lord John Thynne and Samuel Charles Whitbread, with Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, with Frederick William Child Villiers and Charles Fane, to the Swansea Vale Railway Company; Land (25a 3r 16p) along the Smiths canal from Foxhole to Heol Las Farm, for a railway. Includes plan
[2 papers]

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<D/D BF 1515> Mortgage for £1500, dated 4 Apr 1873; Evan Matthew Richards of Brooklands, Swansea, esq. MP, to John Measure of Hartley Wintney, Hampshire, esq and William Phelps of 14 Red Lion Square, Middlesex, gent.; Collieries called Charles Pit, New Pit, Tir Issaf, Fowley Pit, Old Church Pit, Lanywern and North Pit, with all the fixtures and machinery; Endorsed: transfer of mortgage from John Measure and William Phelps to William Phelps, dated 1 June 1877
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<D/D BF 1516> Conveyance for £550, dated 30 Dec 1875; Lord John Thynne of Haynes Park Bedfordshire and Samuel Charles Whitbread of Cardington esq., with Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to the Swansea Vale Railway Company; Land (3a 3r 33p) forming part of the Upper Bank Copper Works and Llysnewydd Marsh. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1517> Conveyance for £5000 dated 20 Oct 1885; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, with Richard Arkwright, Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng, to the Great Western Railway Company; Land (12a 2r) at Crymlyn Burrows beside the railway and the Tennant Canal, with right to lay a pipe under the land. Includes 2 plans
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<D/D BF 1518> Transfer of mortgage for £15000, dated 31 Dec 1886; William Phelps of 14 Red Lion Square, Middlesex, esq., Frederick Arthur Willis of Guildford, Surrey, and Vincent Bailey of Wolverhampton, with Henry Douglas Vernon of Thruxton Andover, Hampshire, esq. to Llewellyn Malcolm Wynne of 31 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London; Collieries and lands in Llansamlet parish, unspecified
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<D/D BF 1519> Deed of gift, dated 30 June 1899; Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng, with Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to the Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Swansea; Land (1a 3r) to the north of Maesteg House, for a reservoir. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1520> Conveyance for £80, dated 9 June 1900; Gwenllian Hannah Forbes of Oakleigh, Neath, to Victor Albert George earl of Jersey. Pieces of land near Glanywern, Llansamlet, called Erwayn Bedw and Erwysha. Includes plan
[1 parchment, 1 vol]

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<D/D BF 1521> Deeds of gift, dated 25 Aug 1900; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, with Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng, to Llansamlet Higher Parish Council; Land (2a 3r 30p) in Llansamlet parish, part of Talycoba Uchaf Farm, for a recreation ground, land (1r 8p) at Peniel Green for a public hall and parochial offices, and land (2a 10p) at Felin Newydd for a recreation ground. Includes 3 plans
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<D/D BF 1522> Conveyance, dated 2 July 1902; The Great Western Railway Company to Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, with Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng; Land (55p) at Llwyn Cwm, houses called J. Owen's Cottages and land near Llansamlet Station. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1523> Memorandum of agreement, dated 20 Nov 1922; George earl of Jersey, to the Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Swansea; Dedication of land on either side of the Neath Road for road improvements. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1524> Conveyance for £315 19s, dated 10 July 1925; Walter Fitzuryan baron Dynevor and Frederick William Fane, to the Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Swansea; Land (1a 1r 39p 15 yards) along Llansamlet road from Nant Fendrod, over Smiths Canal to Nantyffin Road, for road improvements. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1525> Conveyance for £1390, dated 3 May 1929; Walter Fitzuryan baron Dynevor and Frederick William Fane of Fleet Street banker, to the Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Swansea; Land along the Nant-y-Ffin Road, Llansamlet. Includes 3 plans
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<D/D BF 1526> Conveyance for £266 7s 6d, dated 9 May 1927; Walter Fitzuryan baron Dynevor and Frederick William Fane (trustees to the Earl of Jersey, an infant), to the Swansea Corporation; Land and cottages on Walters Road, Llansamlet, and land on Mansel Road, Bonymaen, for road widening. Includes 2 plans
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1527> Conveyance for £127 10s, dated 5 July 1927; Walter Fitzuryan baron Dynevor and Frederick William Fane, to the Mayor and Burgesses of the Borough of Swansea; Land at Llansamlet (1a 2r 15p) 200 yards east of the parish church. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1528> Conveyance for £465, dated 29 Jan 1931; Walter Fitzuryan baron Dynevor and Frederick William Fane, to the Mayor Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Swansea; Land (2a 1r 22p) near Gwern Llan farm, 300 yards from the parish church. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1529> Conveyance for £12000, dated 18 Apr 1933; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Lady Cynthia Almina Constance Mary Slesser wife of William Rodney Slesser, Walter Fitzuryan baron Dynevor and Arthur George Child Villiers, to the British Copper Manufacturers Ltd.; Land between the River Tawe and Smith's canal, including the Upper Spelter Works and land at Pentrechwyth, including Rifleman Row, Taplow Terrace and houses on Pentrechwyth Road. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1530> Conveyance for £95, dated 29 Dec 1936; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co., mortgagee, to the Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Swansea; Land (6a 2r 7p) between Tir John North, Llansamlet, and Pen-y-Graig Isaf, with access to the property along a private road. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1531> Deed of gift, dated 8 June 1937; George Francis, Earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co., to the Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Swansea; Land (2a 2r) called Halfway, Llansamlet, for use as a recreation ground. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1532> Conveyance for £9562, dated 14 Feb 1939; George Francis earl of Jersey and Glyn Mills and Co., to Stewarts and Lloyds Ltd. of Glasgow; Land at Plas Marl, including the Newport and South Wales Tube Works and Mannes Mann House. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1533> Conveyance for £6938, dated 14 Feb 1939; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co., with Stewarts and Lloyds of Glasgow Ltd., to Baldwins Ltd. of London; Land including the Hematite works between the River Tawe and the Newport and South Wales Tube Works, Llansamlet. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1534> Conveyance for £1600, dated 15 May 1939; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co., to Robert Illtyd Nicholl of Bridgend, esq.; Land (20a 2r 24p) and buildings forming the Dillwyn Spelter Works, Llansamlet. Includes letters relating to the erection of private road notice boards at the Dillwyn level crossing
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<D/D BF 1535> Agreement, dated 15 May 1939; The London Midland and Scottish Railway Company, with George Francis earl of Jersey, to Robert Illtyd Nicholl of Merthyr Mawr, Bridgend; Agreement regarding a level crossing at Cwm Road, Llansamlet. Includes plan
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1536> Conveyance for £2540, dated 3 Sept 1941; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co., to the Principal Secretary of State for the War Department; Land at Trallwn Farm to the North of Halfway House, Llansamlet, measuring 42.2a, for a mobilisation store. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1537> Conveyance for £1700 dated 25 Aug 1950; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co., to Anna Kramsky of Swansea; Land called the Old Glamorgan Works, Llansamlet, with buildings and rights of way. Includes plan
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1538> Conveyance, dated 23 Jan 1951; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co., to the Mayor Aldermen and Burgesses of the County Borough of Swansea; Land in Llansamlet parish (196 square yards) fronting Walters Road, with the right to use a sewage pipe. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1539> Conveyance for £175, dated 6 June 1951; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co., to the Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of the County Borough of Swansea; Land (5a 21p) adjoining the Halfway recreation ground, Llansamlet. Includes plan
[1 paper]

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Conveyances, etc. of properties in Llantwit-juxta-Neath parish

<D/D BF 1540/1> Conveyance, covenant and grant for £930 2s dated 31 Dec 1874; Alexander Cuthbert esq. to John H. Rowland esq.; Land between the Neath Canal and the railway, late in the occupation of Peggy Parker. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1540/2> Grant and covenant for £32 2s dated 24 Oct 1885; John Henry Rowland of Neath esq to the Guardians of the Neath Poor Law Union acting as the Rural Sanitary Authority; Agreement for the construction of public drainage works to serve Llantwit Lower parish. Includes plan
[2 papers]

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<D/D BF 1540/3> Conveyance for £560, dated 22 Nov 1893; John Henry Rowland esq. to Walter Rice Evans esq.; Land (4a 12p) between the railway and the Neath Canal. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1540/4> Conveyance for £1620, dated 15 Mar 1897; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, with Richard Arkwright, Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng, to Walter Rice Evans of Eaglesbush House; Land called Cae Hir Eaglesbush, Llantwit-juxta-Neath. Includes plans
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1541> Conveyance as release from mortgage, dated 25 Mar 1899; Madelina Georgina Llewellyn of Baglan Hall and John Henry Rowland of Neath esq., with Madelina Georgina Llewellyn, with Pendrill Charles of Neath and Walter Rice Evans of Eaglesbush House, with Sarah Evans wife of Walter Rice Evans, with Walter Rice Evans, to Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, with Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng; Land (1a 1r 29p and 2r 37p), part of Ty Copin and Cefn Coed. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1542> Grant for 5s per year dated 11 Sept 1905; Thomas Jarvis of Cryddan Farm yeoman, to Victor Albert George earl of Jersey; Rights of way over field numbered 865 on the 1st edition 1:2500 map and adjacent to the Neath to Cwmavon Road. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1543> Deed of exchange, dated 13 July 1950; Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co., with Ebenezer and Jane Matthews of 1 Penyrheol Terrace Penrhiwtyn, to Collins Bros. (Neath) Ltd.; Exchange of 69 square yards at Penrhiwtyn in Llantwit-juxta-Neath parish for 36 square yards also at Penrhiwtyn, both plots of land situated beside 2 Grove Villas near the main road from Neath to Briton Ferry. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1544> Conveyance for 1s, dated 4 Sept 1950; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co., to the Minister of Transport; Land (86.5 square yards) in Llantwit Lower parish, adjoining Pant-yr-Heol Terrace, Penrhiwtyn, subject to a 99 year lease between the vendor and Joseph Cook Rees from 25 Dec 1875. Includes plan
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Conveyances, etc. of properties in Michaelston-super-Avon Parish

<D/D BF 1545> Conveyance for £950 dated 13 Aug 1860; Cadogan Morgan Thomas of Neath gent, with the Portreeve Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Afan, Robert Valentine Leach of Vernon House Briton Ferry gent, William Jones of Craig Avon, Margam, gent, Robert Blake Byass of London merchant and Philip William Flower of Baglan gent, to John Henry Rowland of Frwd Vale esq.; Land (87a) called Craig-y Tewgoed, Michaelston-super-Avon and land called Tyle Cwm, Aberavon, to build embankments to divert the River Afan towards the Margam Tinplate Factory
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<D/D BF 1546> Conveyance for £2, dated 24 Dec 1860; The Portreeve Aldermen and Burgesses of Afan to John Thomas of Aberavon gent.; Land (9p) on the south side of the road from Aberavon to Cwmavon, between land belonging to the Cwmavon Company and Mr T. Williams, Hammerman. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1547> Cross conveyances for £2000, dated 22 Mar 1875; Lord John Thynne and Samuel Charles Whitbread, with Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to Henry Jeffreys Bushby and Charles Evan Thomas of London trustees of the will of Henry Jeffreys deceased, with Mary Grant of Wormleybury widow; Settlement of the boundaries of the minerals belonging to the Briton Ferry and Gnoll estates, including a seam called Golden Vein under Tewgoed and Craig y Tewgoed Farms. Includes plan with coal workings marked on
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<D/D BF 1548> Conveyance for £220, dated 4 Feb 1886; The Birmingham and Midland Bank of Birmingham, to William Hunter of Briton Ferry House esq.; Land (39a 1r 18p) and messuages called Penrhys Fach or Penrees Vach in Michaelston Higher, together with all the mine and mineral rights. Includes plan; Endorsed: memorandum of conveyance, dated 14 Mar 1898, Jemima Hunter to Howard Havard Hunter; 4 plots of land between Efail Fach and Pontrhydyfen, part of Penrhys Fach farm
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Conveyances, etc. of properties in Michaelston-super-Avon parish

<D/D BF 1549/1> Lease for £2 2s annual rent, dated 6 Oct 1888; William Hunter of Briton Ferry House esq. to Evan Miles and David Miles of Pontrhydyfen; Land measuring 42 feet by 80 feet on the road from Efail Fach of Pontrhydyfen, with covenant to build two houses. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1549/2> Mortgage for £100 dated 12 Sept 1889; Evan Miles and David Miles to Evan Evans Bevan of Cadoxton Place, Neath; Land on the road from Efail Fach to Pontrhydyfen, measuring 42 feet by 80 feet. Includes memorandum of assent by W. Hunter of Briton Ferry House, dated 9 Sept 1889
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<D/D BF 1549/3> Lease for 999 years from 29 Sept 1890 for £2 8s annual rent, dated 21 Feb 1891; William Havard Hunter of Briton Ferry House esq., to Evan Miles of Pontrhydyfen collier; Land at Penrhys Fach farm measuring 464½ square yards, and a house. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1549/4> Surrender of lease on bankruptcy, dated 14 Sept 1897. Penrhys Rhondda Colliery Company Ltd., John Joseph Murphy and William Taylor colliery agents, to Jemima Hunter of Briton Ferry House; Lease of Wythien Ddrewllyd Seam, Penrhys Seam and Pwll Robin Seam, all lying under Penrhys Fach Farm
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<D/D BF 1549/5> Conveyance for £250, dated 14 Mar 1898; Jemima Hunter of Briton Ferry House, to Howard Havard Hunter land agent; 5 plots of land on the north side of the road from Efail Fach to Pontrhydyfen in the occupation of Jennet Miles and a piece of land on the south side of the road, bounded by the River Pelenna. Includes plan and memorandum of conveyance of two plots of land to Evan Evans Bevan, 7 May 1898 and the other three to Llewellyn Griffiths dated 23 May 1898
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<D/D BF 1549/6> Conveyance for £84 10s, dated 7 May 1898; Howard Havard Hunter of Briton Ferry House land agent, to Evan Evans Bevan of Cadoxton-juxta-Neath esq.; Two plots of land on either side of the road from Efail Fach to Pontrhydyfen near Cerrig Llwydion, at Penrhys Fach Farm. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1549/7> Conveyance for £150 dated 14 May 1898; Jemima Hunter of Briton Ferry House widow, to Howard Havard Hunter of Briton Ferry House; Two plots of land on the road from Efail Fach to Pontrhydyfen. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1549/8> Conveyance for £65, dated 23 May 1898; Howard Havard Hunter of Briton Ferry House, to Griffiths Davies of Pontrhydyfen mason; Land on the road between Efail Fach and Pontrhydyfen. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1549/9> Conveyance for £160, dated 23 May 1898; Howard Havard Hunter of Briton Ferry House land agent, to Llewellyn Griffiths of Cwmavon printer. Plots 18, 19 and 23 on the road from Efail Fach to Pontrhydyfen at Penrhys Fach Farm. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1549/10> Conveyance for £85, dated 23 May 1898; Howard havard Hunter of Briton Ferry House land agent, to Ann Mc Carthy wife of John Mc Carthy of Penrhiwtyn, Hollygwlaw, colliery manager. Plot no. 20 on the road from Efail Fach to Pontrhydyfen, at Penrhys Fach Farm. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1549/11> Licenses to assign leasehold premises, dated 1 July 1901 and 19 Sept 1904; Jemima Hunter of Briton Ferry House widow, to Evan Miles of Pontrhydyfen and Trevor Havard Hunter of Port Talbot solicitor, to Evan Miles of Pontrhydyfen. Premises comprised in a lease dated 21 Feb 1891 for 999 years, to be assigned to David James of Pontrhydyfen, collier and Thomas Thomas Jr. of Three Horseshoes, Pontrhydyfen, collier
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<D/D BF 1549/12> Lease for 1 year from 24 June 1906 for 1s annual rent, dated 12 Sept 1906; Trevor Howard Havard Hunter of Briton Ferry solicitor, to the Neath Rural District Council; Land and right to erect a water tank measuring 5 feet square and pipes at Twyn-y-Pandy, to the east of the road from Neath to Pontrhydyfen. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1549/13> Letters of agreement relating to the letting terms of gardens at Penrhys Fach > 1903-1907
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<D/D BF 1550> Conveyance for £31 10s, dated 2 Apr 1890; Elizabeth Thomas of Aberavon widow and John Thomas of Aberavon quarry proprietor, to William Havard Hunter of Briton Ferry House esq.; Land (9p) between the Cwmavon Road and the railway at Pantdu. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1551> Conveyance and copy conveyance for £48, dated 1 Dec 1897; Jemima Hunter of Briton Ferry House, to Victor Albert George earl of Jersey; Land (9p) on the main road from Aberavon to Cwmavon, opposite the Oddfellows Arms and the George and Dragon, Cwmavon. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1552> Conveyance for £1000, dated 14 May 1907; Miss Emma Harris Hunter and Howard Havard Hunter esq. to Victor Albert George earl of Jersey; Land (37a 1r 37p) called Penrhys Fach Farm, with the minerals under land adjacent to the road from Efail Fach to Pontrhydyfen. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1553> Conveyance by way of gift, dated 21 Apr 1922; George Henry Robert earl of Jersey, with Frederick William Fane banker, with Walter Fitzuryan Baron Dynevor and Frederick William Fane, to Thomas Thomas of Wynford, Twynypandy, mining engineer, Daniel Jones of Penhydd Street, master builder, Evan David of 3 Twynypandy, miner, and John Beaumand of Morgan Terrace, clerk, all of Pontrhydyfen; Land (1r 15p) on the road from Efail Fach to Pontrhydyfen between the road and the River Pelena. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1554> Conveyance for £145, dated 2 June 1924; Frederick William Fane of London banker, with Walter Fitzuryan baron Dynevor and Frederick William Fane (trustees of the will of Victor earl of Jersey, deceased, acting for George Francis earl of Jersey, an infant) to the Trustees of the Rock Congregational Chapel, Cwmavon (Daniel Jones of Cwmavon miner, John Jones of Cwmavon butcher, Griffith Lewis of Cwmavon insurance agent, William Aubrey of Penybanc miner, William Williams of Cwmavon colliery weigher, James Williams of Cwmavon miner, Rhys Hopkins of 1 Taren Terrace colliery fireman, Edward Williams of Penybanc, colliery fireman, and Ambrose Williams of 16 Pwllyglaw miner); Land (23½p) to the south west of the memorial hall at Pwllyglaw, Cwmavon. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1555> Conveyance for £5 dated 15 Mar 1926; Sir Sidney Hutchinson Byass bart of Llandough Castle, to the Trustees of Rock Congregational Chapel, Cwmavon (John Jones of 6 Arfon Villas butcher, Griffith Lewis of Minffordd insurance agent, William Aubrey of Penybanc, collier, William Williams of 7 Arfon Villas checkweigher, Rees hopkins of 1 Tarren Terrace colliery fireman, David Williams of Penybanc fireman, James Williams of Pwllyglaw collier and David Rees of 2 Pwllyglaw collier, all of Cwmavon, and Willie Jones of Penhydd Street Pontryhdyfen fireman); Land at Rock, Cwmavon, with the chapel vestry and other buildings. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1556> Exchange of land (cross-conveyance), dated 9 June 1932; John Jones of Pencastle Farm, Griffiths Lewis insurance agent, William Aubrey miner, William Williams caretaker, Willie Jones of Pontrhydyfen fireman, Edward Williams fireman, Ambrose Williams miner, David Rees miner, Morgan Rees retired, John Rees of 2 Taren Terrace retired, Philip John Hopkins miner, William Jones railwayman, William Owen Davies miner, David Davies miner, John Hopcyn Rees miner, Oliver Williams miner, all of Cwmavon, trustees of the Rock Congregational Chapel, Cwmavon, with Daniel Jones of Cwmavon miner, to George Francis earl of Jersey; Land (23½p) at Pwllygwlaw, Cwmavon, to the south west of the Memorial Hall, in exchange for land (1r) on the road from Cwmavon to Pontrhydyfen at Pwllygwlaw
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<D/D BF 1557> Deed of gift, dated 18 Oct 1932; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Lady Cynthia Almina Constance Mary Slesser, Walter Fitzuryan Baron Dynevor and Arthur George Child Villiers, to the Trustees of the Cwmavon Welfare Association (Cllr. John Jones Edwards of 17 London Terrace, John Samuel of 4 Engine Row, Bertram John Price of 6 Victoria Terrace, Japheth Cuke of 15 Arthur Row, Edward John Morris of 12 Ynysygwas, Thomas Evans of 60 Gower Street, Cllr. Herbert Griffiths of 15 Victoria Terrace and John Williams of 45 Tymaen Street, all of Cwmavon); Land (8a 24p) at Cwmavon between the railway from Aberavon to Pontrhydyfen, the river Afan, and Railmill House, to the south east of Cwmavon Station, for the purpose of a recreation ground. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1558> Conveyance for £255, dated 19 Sept 1934; George Francis earl of Jersey, to the Mayor Aldermen and Burgesses of the borough of Port Talbot; Land (2a 19p) forming part of Bryn Field, Brynbryddan Farm, Cwmavon, near Cefn Don Cottages. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1559> Deed of gift, dated 10 Aug 1948; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co., to the Mayor Aldermen and Burgesses of the borough of Port Talbot; Land (3r 26p) near Depot Road and Tyr Owen Row for a recreation ground. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1560> Conveyance for 1s, dated 5 Oct 1950; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co., to the Glamorgan County Council; Land (0.425a) to the west of Cwmavon Primary School. Includes plan
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Conveyances, etc. of properties in Neath

<D/D BF 1561> Deed of gift, dated 9 Apr 1931; George Francis earl of Jersey, to the Mayor Aldermen and Burgesses of Neath; Land (6a 1r 25p) adjoining Jersey Park as an extension to the public park. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1562> Conveyance and release, dated 11 Dec 1936; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co., to the Great Western Railway Company; Land (14p) in Neath between Rockingham Terrace and the Railway. Includes plan
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Conveyances, etc. of properties in St John-juxta-Swansea parish

<D/D BF 1563> Agreement, dated 25 Nov 1851; John Wormold of London esq. and Richard Harrison of Middlesex gent, with George earl of Jersey, to the South Wales Railway Company; Land (13a 37½p) part of Hafod Farm, St John. Includes plan and schedule of deeds 1814-1818
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<D/D BF 1564> Conveyance for £17, dated 12 July 1876; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to the Great Western Railway Company; Land (13½p) in the parish of St John for railway no. 1, subject to a lease dated 14 June 1845
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<D/D BF 1565> Conveyance for £2387 10s, dated 1 Dec 1905; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, with Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng, to the Great Western Railway Company; Land (4a 3r 4p) at Hafod between the railway and the Neath Road, and the right to divert a footpath running across the site. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1566> Conveyance for £5631, dated 5 Apr 1913; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, with William Henry Phillips Jenkins of Frenchay Park near Bristol and Frederick William Fane of London banker, to the Nobels Explosives Company Ltd of Glasgow; Land (5a 2r 21p) at Hafod, between the river Tawe and the Swansea Canal. Includes 2 plans
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<D/D BF 1567> Conveyance for £2522, dated 30 Mar 1917; Frederick William Fane of London banker, with George Henry Robert earl of Jersey, with Walter Fitzuryan baron Dynevor and Frederick William Fane, to Superheater Units Ltd. of Swansea; Land (1a 2r 29p) including the Villiers Dry Dock and the Glamorgan Engineering Works, the Strand, Swansea. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1568> Conveyance for £4000, dated 2 Dec 1918; Frederick William Fane of London, with George Henry Robert earl of Jersey, with the Earl of Jersey, Walter Fitzuryan Baron Dynevor and William Fane, to Charles Harold Mills of Mumbles engineer, William Ernest English of Bishopston engineer and John Robert Hannan of Southport engineer; Land (3a 1r 12p) including the Jersey Dry Dock. Includes plan
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Conveyances, etc. of properties in Swansea (including St Thomas)

<D/D BF 1569> Mortgage for £10000, dated 12 Aug 1868; The Swansea Zinc Company Ltd., to John Crow Richardson and James Coxon Richardson of Swansea merchants; Land (12a) at Crymlyn Burrows, St Thomas, with spelter and zinc works
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<D/D BF 1570> Deed of gift, dated 30 June 1899; Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng, with Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to the Swansea Urban Sanitary Authority of Swansea; Land (4a 3r) at Danygraig Farm between Danygraig Fach Farm Lane, Margaret Street and new developments, for the purpose of a recreation ground. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1571> Conveyance for £13285, dated 31 Jan 1921; Frederick William Fane of London banker, with George Henry Robert earl of Jersey, with Walter Fitzuryan baron Dynevor and Frederick William Fane, to the Mayor Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Swansea; Land (34a 2r 37p) between St Thomas Church, Jersey Park and the reservoir, including Maesteg House and Danygraig Fach. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1572> Conveyance for £88, dated 10 July 1930; Walter Fitzuryan baron Dynevor, with Frederick William Fane of London banker, to the Mayor Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Swansea; Land along either side of Jersey Road, Bonymaen, from the Jersey Arms to Winshwen Road, for road widening. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1573> Conveyance for £3950, dated 1 July 1936; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co., to the Mayor Aldermen and Burgesses of Swansea Borough; Land (44a 3r 3p) between Jersey Road, Mansel Road and Bonymaen Road, and to the south of Bonymaen Road. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1574> Conveyance for £110, dated 28 Sept 1936; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co., to the Mayor Aldermen and Burgesses of Swansea Borough; Land at Danygraig Road, Hoo Street and Gelli Grafog Street, St Thomas, measuring 22 perches. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1575> Conveyance for £345, dated 29 Dec 1936; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co., to the Mayor Aldermen and Burgesses of Swansea Borough; Land (6a 3r 20p) south of Tir Isaf Farm, Danygraig. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1576> Deed of gift, dated 21 Jan 1948; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co., to the Representative Body of the Church in Wales; Land (1r 17p) including St Margaret's Mission Church, Mansel Road, Bonymaen. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1577> Conveyance for £136, dated 12 Feb 1951; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co., to the Mayor Aldermen and Burgesses of Swansea; Four properties called 158, 158a, 159a and 159b Jersey Road, Bonymaen. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1578> Conveyance for £900, dated 20 July 1951; George Francis earl of Jersey, to the Reverends Michael Merrick, John Mullarkey, Richard Teeley and Alfred Young of Douai Abbey, co. Berks, trustees of the Douai Abbey Trust deed; Land on Jersey Road, Bonymaen, measuring 592 feet by 200 feet, with covenant for the erection of a church, chapel or schoolroom. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1579> Conveyance for £210, dated 1848 (no specific date); John Wormald of London esq. and Richard Harrison of Gray's Inn, London, esq., with George earl of Jersey, to Philip Walters of Swansea, gent.; Two houses (formerly one house) on the corner of College Street and Goat Street, Swansea
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<D/D BF 1580> Agreement, dated 2 Oct 1922; George Henry Robert earl of Jersey, to the Mayor Aldermen and Burgesses of Swansea Borough; Land along the edge of the Crymlyn Burrows Road for road widening. Includes plan
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Conveyances, etc. of properties in more than one parish, arranged in date order

<D/D BF 1581> Conveyance for annual rent of £105, dated 29 Sept 1801; George Venables Lord Vernon, to the Company of Proprietors of the Neath Canal Navigation. Penrhiwtyn Canal, with rights to erect wharfs, docks and quays for the shipping of goods. Includes plan and typed duplicate copy
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<D/D BF 1582> Agreement on boundary line, dated 10 Sept 1840; The Portreeve Aldermen and Burgesses of Avon Borough, to George earl of Jersey; Land at Baglan Bay and Aberavon Moors . Includes plan and typed copy
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<D/D BF 1583> Conveyance for 5s, dated 15 May 1848; The Portreeve Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Avon, to the Earl of Jersey; Land including sand hills and foreshore at Baglan Bay and Aberavon Moors, giving further assurance to an agreement on land belonging to the Earl of Jersey dated 10 Sept 1840. Includes agreement dated 10 Sept 1840, plan and typed copy
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<D/D BF 1584> Conveyance for £2636 18s 9d, dated 15 July 1849; William earl of Lonsdale, Sir Matthew White Ridley, William Russell and Vere Fane, with John Wormald and Richard Harrison, with the Hon. Georgina Augusta Henrietta Villiers, with George earl of Jersey, to the South Wales Railway Company; Land called Gwayn Hongar, the Old Warren, Gwayn yr Allt, Gwayn Pedair Erw, Vron Felen, Cae Mane Ishaf, Wayn Fach, Vron Ddu, Morfa Pwllt, part of the canal, Morfa Gwayn, all in Briton Ferry parish, Park Blaen Baglan,Caer Evan Lloyd Haner Erw, Caer Evan and Haner Erw all in Baglan Parish, and Cae Mrs Rees Farm, Cae Atyldd and Orchard Lands all in Aberavon parish, a total area of 25a 2r 3½p
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<D/D BF 1585> Agreement for conveyance and conditions, dated 5 Apr 1851; George earl of Jersey, to the Briton Ferry Floating Dock Company; Land in Briton Ferry and Baglan parishes for a dock and railway
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<D/D BF 1586> Grant and release for £1500, dated 16 Apr 1852; Henry John Grant of Gnoll esq., with Charles Warde of Clifton, Bristol, Knight of Honour and Naval Captain, with Henry John Grant and Mary his wife, to George earl of Jersey; Land between the high and low watermarks at Baglan Bay in the parishes of Aberavon and Briton Ferry, with all the wastelands in Briton Ferry parish, and the turnpike road from Tyr Halen to the junction with the road to the ferry
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<D/D BF 1587> Conveyance for £1360, dated 2 Mar 1865; Charles duke of Richmond, John George Brabazon Ponsonby earl of Bessborough, Charles Fane and Henry Spencer Chichester baron Templemore, with Frederick Henry Turner and the Rev. George Francis Turner, with Georgina Augusta Henrietta Villiers, with Russell Elice and John Henry Manners Sutton, with Sarah Sophia Child dowager countess of Jersey, to the South Wales Mineral Railway Company; Land near Ynys Maerdy, Crythan and Penroses Tramway for a railway line. Includes plan and schedule of deeds from 1693
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<D/D BF 1588> Conveyance for £1296, dated 2 Mar 1865; Charles duke of Richmond, John George Brabazon Ponsonby earl of Bessborough, Charles Fane and Henry Spencer Chichester baron Templemore, with Frederick Henry Turner and the Rev. George Francis Turner, with the Hon. Georgina Augusta Henrietta Villiers, with Russell Ellice and John Henry Manners Sutton and the Right Hon. Sarah Sophia Child dowager countess of Jersey, to the South Wales Mineral Railway Company; Land in Briton Ferry, Llantwit-juxta-Neath and Baglan parishes (32a 2r 17p) for a mineral railway
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<D/D BF 1589> Conveyance for £12000, date 30 Dec 1865; Sarah Sophia Child dowager Countess of Jersey, with Charles duke of Richmond, John George Brabazon Ponsonby earl of Bessborough, Charles Fane and Henry Spencer Chichester baron Templemore, with Georgina Augusta Henrietta Villiers, with Frederick Henry Turner and the Rev. George Francis Turner, with Russell Ellice, John Henry Manners and Charles Spencer March Phillipps, with Russell Ellice and John Henry Manners Sutton, to the Vale of Neath Railway Company; Land (49a 3r 27p) for the Vale of Neath Railway. Includes plans, schedule of properties and schedule of deeds
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<D/D BF 1590> Mortgage for £7327 8s 7d, dated 30 Nov 1868; The Swansea Zinc Co., to Joseph Wethered of Bristol, colliery proprietor, Samuel Lloyd of Staffordshire ironmaster, Handel Cossham of Bristol colliery proprietor, Henry Trotter of Swansea civil engineer, Henry Wethered of Bristol colliery proprietor, Arthur Albright of Birmingham manufacturing chemist and Wilson Lloyd of Sutton Coldfield iron master; Land (12a) containing a spelter works at the end of the Crymlyn Burrows, in Llansamlet and St Thomas parishes
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<D/D BF 1591> Conveyance for £175, dated 7 Apr 1870; The Great Western Railway Company, with Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to Frederick William Child Villiers and Charles Fane; Land (2r 26p) part of a field called Vion Ddu (?Fron Ddu) in Briton Ferry and part of a cottage at Ty Nest Farm, Llansamlet. Includes plans
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1592> Conveyance, dated 15 Oct 1872; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, with Charles Fane, with Lord John Thynne and Samuel Charles Whitbread, to the Briton Ferry Dock Company; Land in Baglan and Briton Ferry parishes at Baglan Bay, with rights to use the railway, to lay a railway along the 35 foot road, and to use frontage of the dock equal to two shipping stages; Enclosures: 8 letters regarding rights reserved by the Earl of Jersey dated 1913, a letter about rent payable by the Dock Company and copies of the Briton Ferry Dock and Railway Act 1851 and the Briton Ferry Dock (Transfer) act 1873
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<D/D BF 1593> Conveyance, dated 15 Oct 1872; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, with Charles Fane, with Lord John Thynne and Samuel Charles Whitbread, to the Briton Ferry Dock Company; Land in Baglan and Briton Ferry parishes making up Briton Ferry Dock. Includes plan and schedule of deeds from 1814
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<D/D BF 1594> Conveyance for £8900, dated 29 Nov 1879; Lord John Thynne, with Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to the Neath Harbour Commissioners; Land (55a 5r 19p) in Neath, Cadoxton and Briton Ferry parishes at Cwrt Sart and Red Jacket for proposed docks and improvements to Neath Harbour. Includes plan and duplicate copy
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<D/D BF 1595> Grant, dated 8 Apr 1881; Richard Arkwright, Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng, with Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to Griffith Llewellyn of Baglan Hall esq.; Right to use and repair tramway over mudflats between Briton Ferry Dock and Baglan Pill. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1596> Deed of arrangement and cross conveyances, dated 16 Oct 1888; Richard Arkwright, Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng, with Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to Henry Jeffreys Bushby of Wormleybury, Herts. esq. and Charles Evan Thomas of Gnoll esq.; Lands in Aberavon and Baglan parishes, including Twmpath Melyn. Includes plan and duplicate copy
[1 parchment, 1 vol]

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<D/D BF 1597> Conveyance for £5235 9s, dated 31 Dec 1889; Richard Arkwright, Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng, with Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to the Rhondda and Swansea Bay Railway Company; Land near Pantddu (2a 2r 27p), part of the Cwmavon railway (3a 2r 9p), Ynys (20p), the Institute Buildings (18p), Cwmavon Station (1a 1r 10p), Pwll-y-Glaw (13p), land near Pontrhydyfen (4a) and part of Blaen-Gwynfy farm (8a 25p). Includes 3 plans
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1598> Deed of exchange, dated 31 July 1899; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, with Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng, to Emily Charlotte Talbot of Margam, spinster; Land on the west bank of the river Afan for the settling of a boundary dispute
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1599> Conveyance for £425, dated 31 Oct 1899; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, with Albert Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng, to the Port Talbot Railway and Docks Company; Land (5a 36p) along the Pelena river for a railway, and land at Efail Fach at the junction of Baglan and Llantwit parishes and the Pelena River. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1600> Conveyance for £1200, dated 27 June 1904; Walter Rice Evans of Eaglesbush esq., to Victor Albert George earl of Jersey; Mineral rights beneath 10a 3r of land in Neath parish and 4a 12p in Llantwit and Neath parishes. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1601> Agreement to convey property, dated 30 Dec 1906; Henry Adelbert Wellington Fitzroy 9th Duke of Beaufort, to Cammel Laird and Co. Ltd. shipbuilders and steel manufacturers; Land in Llansamlet and Coedffranc near to the Crymlyn chemical works, measuring 1760 yards by 44 yards (16a). Includes plan
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1602> Conveyance for £1120, dated 18 July 1910; The Prudential Assurance Co. Ltd., with Henry Adelbert Wellington Fitzroy duke of Beaufort, to Cammell Laird and Co., Ltd.; Land and foreshore below the high water mark at Crymlyn Burrows (see D/D BF 1601). Includes plan
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1603> Conveyance for £22265, dated 20 Dec 1917; Frederick William Fane and George Henry Robert earl of Jersey, with Walter Fitzuryan baron Dynevor and Frederick William Fane, to the Midland Railway Company; Land (35a 1r 43p) for a railway from Peniel Green to Baldwins Works. Includes plan and sections of proposed tunnels
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1604/1> Grant for 5s annually, dated 1922; George Henry Robert earl of Jersey, to the Mayor Aldermen and Burgesses of Swansea Borough and Howell Lang Coath solicitor; Right to lay down and maintain a surface water drain under land near Crymlyn Burrows Road, Coedffranc
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<D/D BF 1604/2> Agreement for dedication of land for public use, dated 20 Nov 1922; George Henry Robert earl of Jersey, to the Mayor Aldermen and Burgesses of Swansea ; Land for the widening of the Vale of Neath Road, St Thomas. Includes plan
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1605> Conveyance for £7878 15s, dated 24 Jan 1933; George Francis earl of Jersey, with Lady Cynthia Almina Constance Mary Slesser wife William Slesser, Arthur George Child Villiers and Walter Fitzuryan baron Dynevor, to the Mayor Aldermen and Burgesses of Swansea ; Land (284a 2r 4p) part of Crymlyn Bog, to the north of the Tennant Canal. Includes plan
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1606> Conveyance dated 31 Jan 1940; George Francis earl of Jersey, with the Villiers Estate Company, with Glyn Mills and Co., to the Minister of Transport; Land (604 square yards) for the improvement of the Neath Road. Includes plan
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1607> Conveyance and deed of grant for £6849, dated 18 June 1954; George Francis Earl of Jersey, with the Principality Property Company Ltd., with Estateway Builders Ltd., to the Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation; Land near Briton Ferry Dock for the purpose of building the A48. Includes plans
[1 file]

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Leases of properties in Aberavon Parish

<D/D BF 1608> Lease for 60 years from 25 Mar 1850 for £5 annual rent, dated 22 June 1834; George earl of Jersey to David Jenkins of Aberavon, yeoman; Building land beside the South Wales Railway and the high road from the marsh to Aberavon, with covenant to build a house within four years. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1609> Lease for 999 years from 25 Dec 1890 for £9 2s annual rent dated 22 Oct 1890; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to John Harris of Sea View Terrace, Aberavon, builder; Building land at Ferd Road, Tir-y-Felindre, Aberavon, with covenant to build 6 houses by 29 Sept 1891. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1610> Lease for 999 years from 25 Dec 1890 for £9 2s annual rent, dated 8 Nov 1890; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to John Nicholas of Port Talbot, timber merchant; Building land (906 square yards) at Ford Road, Tir y Felindre, Aberavon, with covenant to build 6 houses by 29 Sept 1891. Includes plan; Endorsed: surrender of lease dated 8 Mar 1899
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1611> Lease for 999 years from 25 Mar 1893 for £3 2s annual rent, dated 22 July 1893; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to John Charles Jones of 8 Church Street, Aberavon, grocer; Building land between Jersey Road and Afan Road, Tir-y-Felindre, with covenant to build a house, shop and bakehouse, offices and stable. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1612> Lease and copy lease for 99 years from 24 June 1913 for £6 5s annual rent dated 1916; George earl of Jersey, to David Ware of Baglan, Peter Grant of Aberavon, Lewis Lewis of Aberavon gent., Edward David of Aberavon, William John Williams, Evan Davies, David Lewis, Robert Foulkes, David Evans, Edgar Badham, Arthur Wyn-Thomas and Edward Peter Hughes; Land (50 feet by 80 feet) for a schoolroom at the corner of Ford Road and Villiers Street, Aberavon. Includes plan
[1 parchment, 1 vol]

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Leases of properties in Baglan parish

<D/D BF 1613> Lease for 30 years from 2 Feb 1847 for £12 annual rent, dated 31 Mar 1846; George earl of Jersey, to Edward Roberts of Aberavon; Land (12a) and messuage, part of Nant Glais Farm, Baglan, with right to erect a house with a garden and occupy it for 30 years after the expiration of the lease
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<D/D BF 1614> Lease for 80 years from 25 Mar 1852 for £4 10s annual rent, dated 15 Nov 1853; George earl of Jersey to the Rev. Evan Thomas of Baglan; Land (9000 square yards) and messuage at Penrhiwgoch fronting the high road from Neath to Aberavon. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1615> Lease for 30 years from 24 June 1876 for £100 annual rent dated 18 July 1876; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to George Pearse Ivey and John Henry Evans of Wernpistyll Colliery, Briton Ferry, colliery proprietors; Blaen Baglan Colliery. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1616> Lease for 66 years from 25 Dec 1888 for £100 annual rent dated 27 Dec 1889; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to the Cardiff Washed Coal, Coke and Patent Fuel Company Ltd.; Land (3a 34p) in Baglan parish on the River Neath by Briton Ferry Dock, containing the fuel works. Includes plan
[1 vol]

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<D/D BF 1617> Lease for 99 years from 24 June 1896 for £44 annual rent, dated 5 Nov 1897; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to the Baglan Engineering Co. Ltd; Land (1a 2r 39p) to the south of the Torymynydd colliery for a foundry and engineering works. Includes plan
[2 parchments]

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<D/D BF 1618> Surrender of lease, dated 27 Apr 1951; The National Coal Board to George Francis earl of Jersey; Land and mines (unspecified) delineated on the plan attached to the original lease dated 2 Sept 1946. Includes plan
[1 paper]

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Leases of properties in Briton Ferry parish

<D/D BF 1619> Lease for 99 years for £200 annual rent, dated 26 May 1829; George earl of Jersey to Robert Smith of Margam, John Terrill and Joseph Nell of London, tinplate manufacturers; Eskyn Colliery, including mines and seams under lands in Briton Ferry parish, with 10 cottages at Ynys Mardy farm and Ynys Mardy Mill, with covenant to dig a canal through Cwrt Sart Farm to the Neath Canal. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1620> Lease for 70 years from 25 Dec 1831 for 1 guinea annual rent dated 25 July 1832; George earl of Jersey to Thomas Williams of Briton Ferry, mason; Waste ground by the garden of the Harp Inn at Briton Ferry for the erection of a house
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<D/D BF 1621> Lease for 99 years from 25 Mar 1840 for £8 8s annual rent dated 25 Mar 1840; George earl of Jersey to William Williams of Briton Ferry, pilot; Building land (2r 29p) on the road from Neath to Briton Ferry, for building a number of houses. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1622> Lease for 99 years from 25 Mar 1840 for £12 annual rent dated 25 Mar 1840; George earl of Jersey to Daniel Starbuck of Briton Ferry, gent; Building land (76p) at Giant's Grave, Briton Ferry, beside the Neath Canal. Includes agreement to extend leased land area, and also plans of buildings constructed. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1623> Lease for 60 years from 29 Sept 1846 for £17 3s 6d annual rent, dated 22 July 1840; George earl of Jersey to Nathan Davenport of Briton Ferry, innkeeper; Building land at the junctions of roads from Briton Ferry and the Sand Houses to Neath for the purpose of building an inn. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1624> Lease for 60 years from 29 Sept 1846 for £3 12s annual rent, dated 18 June 1846; George earl of Jersey to Leyshon Jones of Cwm Avon; Land (48 feet by 60 feet) part of Morfa Bach field beside Graig Pill, Briton Ferry. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1625> Lease for 63 years from 25 Mar 1847 for £2 2s annual rent dated 3 Mar 1847; George earl of Jersey to John Cornwill of Briton Ferry farmer; Land and 2 houses on the road from Ynis Mardy to Briton Ferry. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1626> Lease for 60 years for £3 7s 6d annual rent dated 29 Sept 1847; George earl of Jersey to David Davies of Neath brickmaker; Land at Briton Ferry fronting Regent Street, with covenant to build a house and fence the property within a year. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1627> Lease for 60 years from 29 Sept 1847 for £4 10s annual rent dated 29 Sept 1847; George earl of Jersey to Thomas Williams of Peneer, gardener; Building land fronting the road from Briton Ferry to Neath with covenant to build a house within one year. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1628> Lease for 60 years from 29 Sept 1847 for £3 7s 6d annual rent dated 29 Sept 1847; George earl of Jersey to Richard Hardee of Baglan House ; Land (14¾p) fronting the turnpike road from Briton Ferry to Neath. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1629> Lease for 60 years from 25 Mar 1848 for £2 annual rent, dated 25 Mar 1848; George earl of Jersey to John Morgan and William Blair Sloan of Cwmavon; Land fronting on the east the road from Briton Ferry to the Neath Turnpike road, containing 1024 superficial square feet. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1630> Lease for 60 years from 25 Mar 1849 for £2 5s annual rent dated 28 Feb 1850; George earl of Jersey to Mr Edward Evans of Briton Ferry labourer; Land measuring 60 feet by 30 feet on the road between Neath and Briton Ferry. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1631> Lease for 60 years from 24 June 1851 for £6 annual rent dated 23 July 1852; George earl of Jersey to Alderman Treharne of Briton Ferry, yeoman; Building land (523 square yards) on the road from Neath to Aberavon, with covenant to build a house within 12 months. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1632> Lease for 60 years for £3 annual rent dated 3 Aug 1852; George earl of Jersey to William Lovett of Briton Ferry yeoman; Land (222 square yards) at Giant's Grave, Briton Ferry. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1633> Lease for 55 years for £6 15s annual rent dated 15 Nov 1853; George earl of Jersey to George Bedford of Briton Ferry brickmaker; Land (1440 square yards) in Briton Ferry with frontage on the road from the Ferry to Aberavon. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1634> Lease for 57 years from 24 June 1853 for £3 10s dated 15 Nov 1853; George earl of Jersey to David Philip of the Briton Ferry Ironworks and David Jenkins of Baglan; Land (414 square yards) and a Baptist Chapel fromting on the road from Aberavon to Neath in Briton Ferry Parish. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1635> Lease for 80 years from 24 June 1857 for £3 2s annual rent dated 10 Oct 1857; George earl of Jersey to John Williams of 9 Tewgoed Row, Cwmavon, coal divider; Land on the Neath Turnpike road measuring 271 superficial square yards adjoining land leased to Levi Simmons. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1636> Lease for 80 years from 25 Mar 1853 for £2 1s annual rent dated 28 Jan 1859; George earl of Jersey to George Bedford of Briton Ferry brick manufacturer; Land (286 superficial square yards) and 2 messuages in Villiers Street, Briton Ferry, adjoining the main road from Cardiff to Neath. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1637> Lease for 99 years from 29 Sept 1858 for £6 annual rent dated 28 Jan 1859; George earl of Jersey to William Jones of Cwmavon Road Aberavon; Land (1r 27p) in Regent Street for a gas works to supply gas to Briton Ferry. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1638> Lease for 80 years from 25 Mar 1859 for £1 6s 4d annual rent dated 27 June 1859; George earl of Jersey to Ann Gething of Briton Ferry widow; Land (130 square yards) in Lowther Street Briton Ferry with covenant to build a house within 4 months. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1639> Lease for 40 years from 24 June 1840 for £18 10s dated 24 June 1861; William Child Villiers of Sulby Hall and Charles Fane, with Sarah Sophia Child, to John Hopkins the Younger of Briton Ferry ironfounder. Iron foundry on part of a field called Gwaun Hanger. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1640> Lease for 80 years from 29 Sept 1859 for £4 10s annual rent dated 24 July 1861; Frederick William Child Villiers of Sulby Hall and Charles Fane of London, with Sarah Sophia Child dowager Countess of Jersey, to John Lindsay of Neath ironmonger; Land (451 square yards) and 3 dwelling houses in Lowther Street Briton Ferry. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1641> Lease for 80 years from 25 Dec 1861 for £3 3s annual rent, dated 10 Dec 1861; Frederick William, Child Villiers and Charles Fane of London esq., with Sarah Sophia Child dowager Countess of Jersey, to George Treharne of Briton Ferry mason; Land in Lowther Street, Briton Ferry, containing 272 superficial square yards, with two houses under construction. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1642> Lease for 80 years from 25 Dec 1861 for £3 3s annual rent dated 10 Dec 1861; Frederick William Child Villiers of Sulby Hall, Northants. and Charles Fane of London esq., with Sarah Sophia Child dowager Countess of Jersey, to Thomas Williams of Villiers Street Briton Ferry; Land on Lowther Street, Briton Ferry, measuring 272 superficial square yards, for the construction of 2 houses. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1643> Lease for 35 years from 25 Mar 1861 for £10 annual rent dated 17 Mar 1863; Frederick William Child Villiers of Sulby Hall and Charles Fane of London, with Sarah Sophia Child, to Abednego David Hopkins of Neath, lime burner ; Lime kiln, offices and buildings near the Ferry between the canal and the River Neath, with covenant to improve the buildings. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1644> Lease for 80 years from 29 Sept 1863 for £4 annual rent dated 19 Oct 1863; Frederick William Child Villiers of Sulby Hall, Northants. and Charles Fane of London esq., with Sarah Sophia Child dowager Countess of Jersey, to David Phillips and Morris David of Briton Ferry, ironworker; Chapel between the main road from Neath to Cardiff and Thomas Street, Briton Ferry. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1645> Lease for 36 years from 24 June 1864 for £5 annual rent dated 9 May 1865; Frederick William Child Villiers of Sulby Hall, Northants. and Charles Fane of London esq., with Sarah Sophia Child dowager Countess of Jersey, to John Hopkins the younger, engineer; Land (18p) between the iron foundry and the railway to Briton Ferry Docks. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1646> Lease for 50 years from 24 June 1869 for £40 annual rent dated 5 Feb 1870; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to George Bedford of Briton Ferry brick manufacturer; Land measuring 200 yards by 700, between Cefn Court and the road from Aberavon to Neath, with all the underlying seams of clay and Cwm Dwr Quarry. Includes plans
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1647> Lease for 99 years from 25 Mar 1872 for £6 10s annual rent dated 29 Apr 1872; George earl of Jersey to Isaac George of Ritson Street Briton Ferry builder; Land (751 square yards) and 5 unfinished dwelling houses at Ritson Street and Lowther Street Briton Ferry with covenant to complete the houses. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1648> Lease for 1000 years from 25 Dec 1874 for £290 annual rent dated 18 Feb 1875; John Thynne and Samuel Whitbread, with Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to the Great Western Railway Company; Land (14a 1r 35p) in Briton Ferry parish, part of Cwrt Sart Farm, with water rights and rights to use a road. Includes plan
[1 vol]

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<D/D BF 1649> Lease for 80 years from 25 Dec 1874 for £300 annual rent dated 26 Apr 1875; George earl of Jersey to Myles Lonsdall Formby of Ynyslas, Blaengwrach, gent.; Land (4a 2r) in Briton Ferry parish by the River Neath including the Patent Steel Works, brick, tile, drainpipe, chemical and other works
[1 vol]

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<D/D BF 1650> Lease for 99 years from 25 Mar 1876 for £3 4s annual rent dated 23 Mar 1876; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to David Reynolds of Regent Street Briton Ferry, pilot; Land (321 square yards) and two dwelling houses in Mansel Steet Briton Ferry, with covenant to fence and finish building the houses. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1651> Lease for 99 years from 24 June 1876 for £11 6s annual rent dated 19 June 1876; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to Evan James Howells of Briton Ferry gent.; Land on Hoo Street, Briton Ferry with license to construct nine dwelling houses; Endorsed: surrender of lease by Mary Howells, 12 Oct 1883. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1652> Lease for 70 years from 29 Sep 1877 for £2 annual rent dated 5 Feb 1878; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to Elizabeth Thomas of Briton Ferry, widow; Land (9p) at the foot of the Warren Hill, Briton Ferry, adjoining Warren Hill on the south east, with a house and outbuilding. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1653> Lease for 79 years from 24 June 1878 for £10 annual rent dated 31 Dec 1878; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to the Local Board for the District of Briton Ferry; Building land (1977 square yards) at Morfa Bach fields near Regent Steet West, Briton Ferry. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1654> Assignment of leasehold premises, dated 20 Jan 1880; John Morgan of Cardiff merchant, with Emma Harriett Sloan of Cwmavon widow and John Gray Morgan of Manchester gent, to John Henry Sloan of Briton Ferry draper; Land and shop fronting on the east the road from Briton Ferry to the Neath Turnpike Road, measuring 1024 square feet; Endorsed: assignment of leasehold premises dated 10 Aug 1886, John Henry Sloan to Mathias Groves Roberts of Briton Ferry, ironmonger; leasehold premises with shop in Briton Ferry (as above)
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1655> Lease for 26 years from 25 Dec 1882 for £13 15s annual rent dated 17 Dec 1883; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to John Hughes of the Kernel, Briton Ferry, mechanic; Land and dwelling house on the North side of the Road from the Neath River Ferry to Briton Ferry, opposite the Vernon Arms Hotel. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1656> Lease for 99 years from 29 Sept 1887 for £20 annual rent dated 21 Aug 1888; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to the Villiers Tinplate Company Ltd.; Land (2a 3r 13p) in Briton Ferry parish beside the River Neath including the Tinplate works, galvanized sheet works and iron and steel works. Includes plan
[1 vol]

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<D/D BF 1657> Lease for 66 years from 25 Dec 1888 for £100 annual rent dated 20 Feb 1889; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to Louis Gustave Mouchel of Briton Ferry, gent; Land (2a 12p) in Briton Ferry parish beside the River Neath. Includes plan
[1 vol]

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<D/D BF 1658> Lease for 66 years from 25 Dec for £100 annual rent dated 21 Feb 1889; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to Louis Gustave Mouchel; Land (2s 2r 9p) in Briton Ferry Parish, used for a brick, pipe and tile works. Includes plan
[1 vol]

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<D/D BF 1659> Lease for 99 years from 29 Sept 1889 for £150 annual rent dated 8 Aug 1890; George earl of Jersey to Herbert Eccles of Aberavon, analytical chemist, Frederick Farrier Card of Aberavon, accountant and Martin Augustus Jenkins of Aberavon, gent; Land (3a 3r 6p) in Briton Ferry parish, including the Steelworks near Briton Ferry Dock. Includes plan
[1 vol]

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<D/D BF 1660> Lease for 19 years from 25 Mar 1890 for 1s annual rent dated 23 Sept 1890; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to Robert Longdon of the Rose and Crown, Briton Ferry, victualler; House in Charles Street, Briton Ferry, not further identified. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1661> Lease for 99 years from 24 June 1896 for £3 15s 8d annual rent dated 29 Dec 1896; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to Charles Gower of 15 Grandison, Briton Ferry, builder; Land (272 square yards) and 2 dwelling houses in Caroline Street, Briton Ferry, with covenant to complete two houses. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1662> Lease for 99 years from 25 Dec 1893 for £10 annual rent dated 20 Sept 1900; George earl of Jersey to Matthias Groves Roberts of Briton Ferry, ironmonger, Jenkin Hill of Briton Ferry, manager, and Edward Jenkins of Pontarddulais, tinplate manufacturer; Land (6a 3r 1p) in Briton Ferry parish between the Baglan Bay Tinplate Works and the parish boundary, including mills and furnaces. Includes plan
[1 vol]

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<D/D BF 1663> Surrender of leasehold premises, dated 4 July 1901; Evan Evans Bevan of Neath, brewer and colliery proprietor, with Jane Mason of Tredegar, to Victor Albert George earl of Jersey. Public House called the Port Wallaroo Inn, on the road from Briton Ferry church
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1664> Surrender of leasehold premises, dated 7 Nov 1901; Matthias Groves Roberts of Bay View Briton Ferry, iron merchant, to Victor Albert George earl of Jersey. Plot of land on Church Street Briton Ferry, held by a lease dated 25 Mar 1848
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<D/D BF 1665> Lease for 21 years from 25 Dec 1904 for £1 1s annual rent dated 25 Sept 1907; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to the Briton Ferry Urban District Council; Gas works built on part of Morfa Bach Field, adjacent to Regent Street West, Briton Ferry. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1666> Lease for 7 years from 25 Mar 1907 for £30 annual rent dated 28 Mar 1908; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to the Glyncorrwg Colliery Company Ltd.; Offices in Vernon House, Briton Ferry
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1667> Lease for 60 years from 25 Dec 1907 for £331 annual rent dated 28 Aug 1909; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to the Ferry Tin Plate Company Ltd.; Land (4a 3r 7p) in Briton Ferry parish, including the Ferry Tin Plate Works and adjoining ponds and reservoirs. Includes plan
[1 vol]

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<D/D BF 1668> Lease for 21 years from 29 Sept 1917 for £50 annual rent dated 14 Dec 1917; George Henry Robert earl of Jersey, to John Crews of 34 Church Street, Briton Ferry, grocer; Land (366 superficial square yards) with the house and shop, nos 32 and 34 Church Street Briton Ferry. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1669> Lease for 99 years from 25 Mar 1926 for £9 annual rent dated 4 Apr 1927; Walter Fitzuryan baron Dynevor and Frederick William Fane, to Rees Morgan of Briton Ferry; Builders yard at Farm Road, Briton Ferry, with right to construct a dwelling house. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1670> Lease for 21 years from 17 May 1933 for £30 annual rent dated 17 May 1933; George Francis earl of Jersey to Thomas Jenkin Lloyd of Dan Tyla, Old Road, clerk, Thomas Wagstaffe of 69 Ruskin Street, foreman mason, Reginald King of 1 Victoria Road, Giant's Grave, shipbreaker, Frank Salter of 56 Regent Street, tinworker, Thomas Joseph Evans of 19 Giant's Grave Road, rollerman and David Roberts of 29 Church Street grocer, all of Briton Ferry; Land (2r 30p) in Briton Ferry containing Briton Ferry House. Includes plan
[1 paper]

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Leases of properties in Cadoxton-juxta-Neath Parish

<D/D BF 1671> Lease for 99 years from 25 Mar 1840 for £2 annual rent dated 25 Mar 1840; George earl of Jersey to Thomas Williams of Cadoxton; Land (80p) between the road and Swansea Race Course by the junction of the Llanywern Branch Canal and the Tennant Canal. Includes plan and duplicate copy
[2 parchments]

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<D/D BF 1672> Assignment of leasehold premises dated 29 Sept 1856; William Gale Coles and William Montague Baillie of Bristol, bankers (trustees for sale of the estate of Thomas Garrard), with Edward Burges of Bristol gent, to Sarah Frances Barrow of Aberdeen Terrace, Bristol, spinster; Leasehold house and lands called Earlswood in Cadoxton-juxta-Neath parish
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1673> Lease for 74½ years from 25 Dec 1867 for £17 annual rent dated 30 Jan 1868; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to Charles Tennant of 62 Russell Square London; Land (2r 11p) near Red Jacket Canal Junction and land (1a 1r 2p) with cottages beside the canal at Red Jacket. Includes plan and duplicate copy
[2 parchments]

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<D/D BF 1674> Lease for 40 years from 4 June 1902 for £7 10s annual rent dated 29 May 1903; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to the Swansea Bay Golf Club House Company Ltd.; Land (1644 square yards) and pavilion at the Crymlyn Burrows Golf Club. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1675> Lease for 40 years from 24 June 1904 for £30 annual rent dated 28 Aug 1905, and license dated 5 Apr 1906; Gertrude Barbara Rich Tennant of Cadoxton Lodge widow, to Victor Albert George earl of Jersey; Land (9a 3r 20p) in Coedffranc, parts of Crymlyn Dingle and Pentwyn Crymlyn Farm, and license to use the tramway across the premises. Includes plan
[1 vol]

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<D/D BF 1676> Surrender of leasehold premises for £350 dated 30 Nov 1907; Evan Evans Bevan of Cadoxton esq. to Victor Albert George earl of Jersey ; Surrender of part of premises included in a lease for 99 years dated 25 Mar 1840 between George earl of Jersey and Thomas Williams of Cadoxton, called Halfway House, Crymlyn Burrows. Includes plan
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1677> Lease for 109 years from 25 Mar 1909 for £937 10s annual rent dated 30 July 1909; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to Baldwins Ltd.; Land (25a) on the Crymlyn Burrows, not further described. Includes plan
[1 vol]

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<D/D BF 1678> Lease for 99 years from 25 Mar 1913 for £300 annual rent dated 15 June 1916; George Henry Robert earl of Jersey, to Hurst Nelson and Co. Ltd; Land (6a) on the Crymlyn Burrows for the erection of a waggon works. Includes plan and letters referring to the removal of buildings, dated 1936
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<D/D BF 1679> Surrender of leasehold premises dated 23 Sept 1920; Cape Copper Co. Ltd to George Henry Robert earl of Jersey; Land (5a) adjacent to lands leased to George Tennant, Cadoxton-juxta-Neath
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<D/D BF 1680> Lease for 99 years from 25 Mar 1919 for £108 11s dated 24 Sept 1920; George Henry Robert earl of Jersey to the Briton Ferry Chemical Manure Company Ltd.; Land (7a 38p) near the River Neath at Red Jacket Pill with rights to build furnaces and railways for chemical manufacture. Includes plan
[2 parchments]

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<D/D BF 1681> Lease for 99 years from 25 Mar 1922 for £168 annual rent dated 26 Apr 1922; George Henry Robert earl of Jersey to Messrs. Davies and Co.; Land (3a 1r 19p) on the Crymlyn Burrows for the erection of a waggon works. Includes plan and letters giving permission to replace existing buildings dated 1936
[2 parchments]

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<D/D BF 1682> Assignment of leasehold premises for £4500 dated 1 July 1930; William Roberts Davies esq. to W. R. Davies and Co. Ltd.; Land on Crymlyn Burrows in Coedffranc with recently erected buildings measuring 3a 1r 19p and 10176 square yards
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<D/D BF 1683> Surrender of leasehold premises for £1453 1s 10d, dated 29 Sept 1939; The Briton Ferry Chemical and Manure Company, with Harold Montague Barton chartered accountant, to George Francis earl of Jersey, with Glyn Mills and Co. and the Villiers Estates Co.; Land (7a 38p) demised by a lease dated 24 Sept 1920 (see D/D BF 1680)
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Leases of properties in Llansamlet Parish

<D/D BF 1684> Surrender of lease for 3 lives dated 1 Jan 1800; George lord Vernon baron Kinderton, with William Rosser of Sketty yeoman, to Lewis Thomas of Baglan gent.; Messuage, tenements and lands known as Tir Ellen Goch held by William Rosser and his undertenants
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1685> Lease for 70 years from 24 June 1831 for £8 17s dated 24 June 1831; George earl of Jersey to Henry Davies of Llansamlet victualler; Waste land beside the Great Pit, the site of a burnt down cottage by Tir Robert ap Powell, five cottages at Pantymoch Fach and the Halfway House, Pantymoch Fach. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1686> Lease for 70 years from 24 June 1831 for £3 3s annual rent dated 24 June 1831; George earl of Jersey to William Davies of Llansamlet blacksmith; Houses and gardens in Llansamlet marked numbers 189 and 190 on the estate maps
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<D/D BF 1687> Lease for 80 years from 24 June 1831 for £3 3s annual rent, dated 24 July 1831; George earl of Jersey to David Thomas of Llansamlet. Piece of land with a cottage, part of Tir Thomas John Thomas Farm, below Mr Smith's great engine, on the road to Morriston. Includes agreement by Daniel Thomas of The Traveller's Rest, Llansamlet, to pay 10s annual rent for land opposite the Traveller's Rest with a stable, dated 2 Aug 1842
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<D/D BF 1688> Lease for 99 years for £600 annual rent dated 3 Apr 1833; George earl of Jersey to Charles Henry Smith of Gwernllwynwith, Llansamlet, esq.; Wharf at Foxhole and coal seams under the Earl of Jersey's lands in Llansamlet parish. Includes plan; Endorsed: Grant, dated 27 Apr 1881; the Earl of Jersey to the Trustees of the will of Charles Smith deceased: liberties relating to Charles Pit Yard in Llansamlet parish
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1689> Lease for 99 years from 25 Mar 1840 for 42s annual rent dated 25 Mar 1840; George earl of Jersey to Jane Thomas of Llansamlet widow; Building land and cottage at the old gravel pit on the south side of the turnpike road from Neath to Swansea, nearly opposite the Star public house, Llansamlet parish. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1690> Lease for 99 years from 25 Mar 1840 for 1 guinea annual rent dated 25 Mar 1840; George earl of Jersey to William Griffiths of Gower, David Howells of Swansea and William Evans of Llantrisant, trustees of the Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Society; Chapel at Bon-y-maen in Llansamlet (Salem chapel). Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1691> Lease for 60 years from 2 Aug 1844 for £5 annual rent dated 27 July 1844; George earl of Jersey to David Evan the Elder of Llansamlet; Messuages called the Jolly Tar House near the Half Way House, Llansamlet
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<D/D BF 1692> Lease for 60 years for £2 10s annual rent dated 29 Sept 1848; George earl of Jersey to William Davies of Llansamlet inkeeper; Land at Pant-y-Moch (50p) with the old cottage. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1693> Underlease for 54 years from 23 Mar 1850 for £1 19s annual rent, dated 15 Apr 1850; Ann Davies of Back Street Swansea widow, to John Davies rollerman and David Davies furnaceman, both of Foxhole; Land measuring 31 feet by 66 feet in Llansamlet Parish with liberty to build 2 houses, demised to Ann Davies by a lease dated 25 Mar 1844
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1694> Lease for 60 years from 29 Dec 1847 for £2 3s 6d annual rent dated 3 Nov 1852; George earl of Jersey to Gwillim Gwillim of Llansamlet, yeoman; Four houses at Tylan Coba Uchaf, on the road leading to Llansamlet. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1695> Assignment of leasehold premises dated 1 Feb 1853; The Rev Thomas Dodd of Swansea minister, with John Jones of Foxhole blacksmith and Anne his wife, with Thomas Davies of Foxhole victualler, to Maria Louisa Jenkin of Foxhole widow; Two messuages or tenements and a cottage in Foxhole called the Smiths' Arms and the Music Hall, with 1a 22p of land. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1696> Lease for 60 years from 25 Mar 1847 for £1 annual rent dated 15 Nov 1853; George earl of Jersey to John Thomas of Llansamlet; Land and smithy near the Star Inn, on the road from Swansea to Neath in Llansamlet Parish. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1697> Lease for 60 years dated 25 Mar 1855 for £1 annual rent dated 26 Mar 1855; George earl of Jersey to Thomas Williams of Cefngoed collier; Building land, part of Talacoba Isaf Farm near Trallwn, Llansamlet, with covenant to build a house within 9 months. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1698> Lease for 60 years from 25 Mar 1855 for £1 annual rent dated 31 Mar 1855; George earl of Jersey to William Hopkin of Llwyni dre, Llansamlet, collier; Building land part of Talacoba Isaf Farm, near Trallwn, with covenant to complete the building of a house . Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1699> Lease for 60 years from 25 Mar 1855 for £1 5s annual rent dated 17 May 1856; George earl of Jersey to Thomas Lougher of Parkstadwen, collier; Land in Llansamlet parish, part of Gwernllan Farm, to build a house. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1700> Lease for 60 years from 25 Mar 1856 for £1 19s annual rent dated 17 May 1856; George earl of Jersey to John Thomas of Llansamlet, parish clerk and John Rees, collier; Building land, part of Gwen Llan Farm near Llansamlet Church. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1701> Lease for 75 years for 14s 6d annual rent dated 1 Dec 1857; Charles Henry Smith of Dderwenfawr, to Bedlington Boddicomb of Llansamlet; Two houses adjacent to the turnpike road from Swansea to Neath. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1702> Lease for 60 years for £1 5s annual rent dated 6 Mar 1858; George earl of Jersey to Thomas Jenkins of Pentre Dwr, collier; Building land, part of Talacoba Isaf Farm near Trallwng Quarry, with covenant to build a house within 3 months. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1703> Lease for 60 years from 24 June 1848 for £1 15s annual rent dated 28 Jan 1859; George earl of Jersey to Lisbon Andrew of Felin Newydd, Llansamlet; Land, 2 messuages and stables, part of Felin Newydd Farm, fronting the road from Foxhole to Llansamlet church. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1704> Lease for 35 years from 29 Sept 1857 for £25 annual rent dated 9 July 1859; George earl of Jersey to William Mills of Llanywern Farm, Llansamlet, yeoman; Llanywern farm, farmhouse and land (421r 2p) with bogland (142a 16p). Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1705> Lease for 86 years from 29 Sept 1857 for £130 annual rent dated 1859; George earl of Jersey to Frederick Martin Williams of Tregullow, Cornwall; Land (54a) in Llansamlet parish, part of Llys Newydd Marsh, for brick making. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1706> Lease for 89 years from 29 Sept 1861 for £2 5s annual rent dated 7 Sept 1861; David Bevan engine driver and William Williams collier both of Llansamlet, to Morgan Phillips of Llansamlet collier; Land (80p) and buildings at the junction of roads to Neath, Bethel Chapel and Halfway House, Llansamlet, part of Talacoba Farm. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1707> Lease for 90 years from 24 Dec 1860 for £4 annual rent dated 24 June 1861; Frederick William Child Villiers and Charles Fane of London esq., with Sarah Sophia Child dowager countess of Jersey, to David Bevan engine driver and William Williams collier both of Llansamlet; Land (3r 30p) with houses either recently completed or still under construction between Talacoba Farm and land leased to the trustees of Bethel Chapel, at the junction of roads to Bethel Chapel and Halfway House. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1708> Lease for 86 years from 29 Sept 1857 for £130 annual rent dated 28 Apr 1863; Sarah Sophia Child dowager countess of Jersey, with William earl of Lonsdale Sir Matthew White Ridley bart. and William Russell accountant, with Bartle John Laurie Frere, to Michael Williams of Pengreep, Cornwall and Frederick Martin Williams of Tregullow, Cornwall; Land (54a) in Llansamlet parish at Llys Newydd Marsh. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1709> Lease for 75 years from 25 Mar 1864 for £5 annual rent dated 17 June 1864; Frederick William Child Villiers of Sulby Hall and Charles Fane of London, with Sarah Sophia Child dowager countess of Jersey, to the Rev Ezekiel Thomas of St Thomas and Thomas Beddoc of Llansamlet; Land (1a 18p) in Llansamlet parish, part of Tir Ellen Goch farm for a graveyard and part of Bonymaen Farm to build a school. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1710> Lease for 60 years from 24 June 1863 for £110 annual rent dated 3 Mar 1865; Frederick William Child Villiers of Sulby Hall and Charles Fane of London, with Sarah Sophia Child dowager countess of Jersey, to George Augustus Munro and Edward Baron Wilstone both of Swansea, merchants; Land (5½a) situated at the end of the Burrows, bordered by the sea, the Tennant Canal and the Vale of Neath Railway. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1711> Lease for 60 years from 24 June 1863 for £140 annual rent dated 3 Mar 1865; Frederick William Child Villiers of Sulby Hall and Charles Fane of Temple Bar, London, with Sarah Sophia Child, to the Bristol and South Wales Railway Wagon Company; Land (7a) at Burrow, Llansamlet, with covenants to erect buildings and a sea wall. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1712> Lease for 80 years from 25 Mar 1865 for £1 15s annual rent dated 25 July 1865; Frederick William Child Villiers of Sulby Hall and Charles Fane of London, with Sarah Sophia Child, to David William of Llanywern; Land (40p) part of Llanywern Farm on the road from Llanywern to Pentre Dwr, for the purpose of building a cottage. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1713> Lease for 80 years from 29 Sept 1865 for £8 annual rent dated 12 Jan 1866; Frederick William Child Villiers and Charles Fane of London, with Sarah Sophia Child Villiers dowager Countess of Jersey, to David Phillips of Talacoba Ishaf, collier; Land (3r 3p) with two newly erected houses, part of Talacoba Ishaf and Pantymoch Farms, by the road from Pentre Dwr to Llansamlet railway station. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1714> Lease for 80 years from 29 Sept 1867 for £2 2s annual rent dated 3 Jan 1868; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to John Bowen of the Plough and Harrow, Llansamlet, smith; Land (1r 20p) with two houses on either side of the Plough and Harrow beside Smiths Canal, Llansamlet. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1715> Lease for 77 years from 25 Dec 1874 for 40s annual rent dated 20 Dec 1875; David Bevan blacksmith, Richard Rees collier, William Davies fitter, William Thomas weaver, Ebenezer Davies collier, Daniel Jenkins engine driver, Robert Thomas collier and David Evan engine driver, all of Llansamlet, and Benjamin Williams of Clydach collier (trustees of Bethel Independent Chapel, Llansamlet) to David Evans the younger of Llansamlet, engineer; 4 houses and land, part of Parc y Gwaun, Talacoba Farm, next to Bethel Chapel (58p) . Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1716> Lease for 60 years from 25 Mar 1876 for £100 annual rent dated 12 July 1876; George earl of Jersey to Edwin Sidney Hartland, John Griffiths and Richard Martin; Land (8a) part of Tir Thomas John Thomas Farm, including the spelter works. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1717> Lease for 70 years from 29 Sept 1880 for £180 annual rent dated 22 Apr 1881; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to Edwin Sidney Hartland of 7 Rutland Street Swansea solicitor, John Griffiths of 11 High Street Swansea printer and stationer, Richard Martin of 22 Bellvue Street Swansea gent., and James Martin of 75 Upper London Road Swansea accountant; Land (16a) on Tir Thomas John Thomas Farm and Tir y Felin Newydd Farm, including the Swansea Vale Spelter Works. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1718> Reversionary lease for 38 years for £129 annual rent dated 28 Apr 1881; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to William Frederick Richards of Glyncollen, Morriston, colliery proprietor, Arthur James Richards of Swansea, colliery proprietor, and Harry Cornelius Richards of Birmingham, metal broker; Land (6a 8r 35p) in Llansamlet parish for a spelter and tin works. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1719> Lease for 51 years from 25 Mar 1881 for £80 annual rent dated 8 Oct 1881; William Phelps of Middlesex gent., Frederick Arthur Willis of Bedford colonel, and Vincent Bailey of Middlesex naval captain, with William Frederick Richards of Glyncollen, Morriston, colliery proprietor, Arthur James Richards of Swansea colliery proprietor and Harry Cornelius Richards metal broker, to William Armstrong Richards, iron founder; The Charles Pit Foundry, with land (4a 3r 25p). Includes plan and duplicate copy
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<D/D BF 1720> Lease for 80 years from 25 Mar 1881 for £65 annual rent dated 30 Mar 1882; William Phelps, Frederick Arthur Willis and Vincent Bailey, with William Frederick Richards and Arthur James Richards of Swansea colliery proprietors, and Harry Cornelius Richards metal broker, to Rosser Thomas of Llansamlet accountant; Land (3a 1r) at Pwll y Gravel, Llansamlet, including Charles Pit Yard. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1721> Lease for 99 years from 29 Sept 1882 for £2 8s annual rent dated 30 Sept 1882; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to Richard Lewis of Llwyn Brwydrall, Llansamlet, blacksmith; Land at Blaen Crymlyn Farm, Llansamlet parish, adjoining the road from Bethel Chapel and Park Pit to Neath, with license to build two houses; Endorsed: surrender of lease 3 Mar 1887. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1722> Lease for 99 years for £110 annual rent dated 10 June 1884; Robert Townsend Morris of Danygraig esq., Herbert Riversdale Mansel Jones of London barrister and Edward Strick of Swansea gent, with Emily Matilda Morris wife of George Byng Morris of Danygraig esq., to Esther Beynon of Tyr Garws widow; Land (2r) in Llansamlet parish, part of Glanywern Farm, on the road from Bonymaen to Pentre Dwr, with covenant to build a house within 12 months. Includes plan; Attached: typed copy
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<D/D BF 1723> Assignment of lease for £55 dated 17 Mar 1888; Samuel Davies of Reynoldston gent, to Isaac Colquhoun of Swansea head constable; Land (33p) with houses at Knap Coch, Llansamlet
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<D/D BF 1724> Lease for 39 years from 29 Sept 1891 for £167 annual rent dated 22 Oct 1891; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to Sir John Jones Jenkins of the Grange, Swansea, knight, William Williams of Maes-y-Gwernen Hall, Llangyfelach, esq. and William Henry Edwards of Llangyfelach, tinplate manufacturer; Land (10a) at Llwyn Crwn between the Great Western and Midland Railway lines, with right to erect and adapt buildings, on the site of the Complete Ore Works. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1725> Lease for 21 years from 25 Dec 1893 for £10 annual rent dated 2 Oct 1894; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to Edward Charles Prees of Bonymaen maltster; Land (1r 30p) with five houses on the road to Pentregarreg and Gwindy, Bonymaen. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1726> Lease for 999 years from 24 June 1899 for £4 4s annual rent dated 11 Nov 1899; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to Hopkin Williams of Bonymaen builder; Land (1066 square yards) with three houses at Tir Nest, Llansamlet. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1727> Lease for 99 years from 25 Mar 1900 for £1 7s annual rent dated 2 June 1900; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to Rees Rees of Bonymaen, spelterman; House on the south side of Bonymaen Road, Llansamlet, with covenant to complete the building; Enclosure: disclaimer sent by the receiver for Rees Rees, bankrupt, relating to this property, Nov-Dec 1904. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1728> Lease for 99 years from 25 Mar 1900 for £1 annual rent dated 2 June 1900; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to Charles Watkins of Pantymoch, Llansamlet, collier; Land measuring 444 superficial square yards on the road from Cefnhengoed to Pentre Dwr with covenant to build a house. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1729> Lease for 21 years from 25 Mar 1900 for £70 annual rent dated 10 Aug 1900; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to Hannah Davies of 35 Mansel Street, Swansea, widow; Land (3a 1r 29p) on Sarnau Road Bonymaen, with cottages and the Bonymaen Public House. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1730> Lease for 21 years from 24 June 1899 for £2 annual rent dated 13 Nov 1900; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to Catherine Williams spinster and Hopkin Williams builder, both of the Post Office, Bonymaen; Three houses erected on Tir Morgan David, beside the road from Pentre Graig to Bonymaen. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1731> Assignment of lease dated 28 June 1902; William Frederick Richards coal agent and Arthur James Richards registrar, both of Swansea, with the Foxhole Colliery Company Ltd., to Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, with Edwin Hanson Freshfield esq.. Interest in coal and culm seams in Llansamlet parish, demised by a lease of 1 June 1872. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1732> Agreement dated 19 June 1906; The Foxhole Colliery Company Ltd to the Earl of Jersey; Agreement for the surrender of premises comprised in a lease dated 3 Apr 1833, the Earl of Jersey to C. H. Smith (see D/D BF 1688)
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<D/D BF 1733> Lease for 60 years from 25 Mar 1906 for £6 8s annual rent dated 31 Dec 1906; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to David Meager of Eaton Crescent, Swansea; Buildings at Gnap Goch between the road from Foxhole to Bonymaen and the Rising Sun public house, Llansamlet. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1734> Agreement to lease land for 1 year for £50, dated 29 June 1907; The Earl of Jersey to the British Wagon Co. Ltd; Land (5a) to the south of Gelli Grafog Road, Llansamlet. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1735> Lease for 40 years from 25 Mar 1906 for £10 annual rent dated 16 Oct 1907; Alfred Walter Thynne and Charles Cavendish George Byng, with Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to the Rev John Griffith Matthias of All Saints' Vicarage, Kilvey, William Eynon of 63 Foxhole Road Swansea, shopkeeper, Allan James Ridgeway of 44 Windmill Terrace, Foxhole, engine driver, the Right Honourable George Henry Robert Child, William Henry Phillips Jenkins of Bristol and the Honourable Walter Fitzuryan Rice of London; Land (751 square yards) on Foxhole Road with the parish hall of All Saints' Kilvey, and the caretaker's cottage. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1736> Lease for 999 years for £6 10s annual rent dated 25 Mar 1909; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to James Martin Griffiths of Llansamlet Vicarage, vicar; Land (1556 square yards) at Mansel Road, Bonymaen, with covenant to erect a church within 10 years. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1737> Lease for 99 years from 25 Dec 1917 for £575 annual rent dated 27 May 1920; George Henry Robert earl of Jersey to the British Metals Extraction Company Ltd; Land (19a 16p) in Llansamlet Parish including the Villiers Spelter Works, with rights to erect furnaces for sulphur, sulphuric acid and spelter production ; Enclosures: license, the Earl of Jersey to the British Metals Extraction Company Ltd., to operate from the above premises, and surrender of the lease from the British Metals Extraction Company to the Hon. G. W. P. Winn, G. R. Croft and the Hon. C. H. Winn, dated 21 July 1920
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<D/D BF 1738> Lease for 99 years from 24 June 1920 for £227 dated 11 Aug 1920; George Henry Robert earl of Jersey to the South Wales Structural Company; Land (11a 1r 18p) between the Midland Railway, Nant Bran and the road from Llansamlet to Glais. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1739> Agreement to lease coal seams for 60 years for £120 annual rent dated 11 Aug 1920; George Henry Robert earl of Jersey to Evan Lewis colliery proprietor; Seams of coal from Drew's Vein to the Landore or Two Feet seam lying under land (102a) in Llansamlet parish. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1740> Surrender of lease dated 17 Feb 1922. Percival Robert Davies of Cwmfelin works, Swansea, (liquidators of the Aber Tinplate Works Ltd) to George Henry Robert earl of Jersey, with Frederick William Fane of London; 3 parcels of land (15a 4r 60p) in Llansamlet, not further described
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<D/D BF 1741> Lease for 5 years from 29 Sept 1946 for £50 annual rent dated 19 Nov 1946; George Francis earl of Jersey to Stanley Darling of Brynamlwg, Harbour View, St Thomas; Land including Kilvey parish Hall, Foxhole
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<D/D BF 1742> License to sublet land for 7 years from 1 Aug 1950 dated 12 Dec 1950; George Francis earl of Jersey to Richard Thomas and Baldwins Ltd; Land (29a 3r 6p) in Llansamlet parish called the Aber Works, to be let to the National Oil Refineries Ltd. Includes plan
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Leases of properties in Llantwit-juxta-Neath Parish

<D/D BF 1743> Lease for 42 years form the expiry of a lease for 3 lives for £3 3s during the existing lease and £10 thereafter, dated 29 Sept 1825; George earl of Jersey, with Jenkin Jenkin of Baglan yeoman, to Jenkin Rees of Michaelston-super-Avon miller; Land called Ynys-yr-Efail, including mill, dwelling house and buildings and the use of a stream by the mill
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<D/D BF 1744> Lease in reversion for 40 years for £2 2s annual rent dated 25 Mar 1840; George earl of Jersey to Richard Gwillim of Abernant farmer; Land (5a 2r 3p) for a building a cottage at Abernant fronting the road to Neath . Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1745> Agreement to lease for 21 years for dead rent of £62 dated 24 Jan 1919; George Henry Robert earl of Jersey to Gwyn Harold Cound of Station Road Port Talbot colliery proprietor; Coal clay and ironstone seams called Wenallt Rider and Wenallt Seams under lands (75a) at Llantwit Lower with right to extract the coal by working in Bryngwyn colliery. Includes plan
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Leases of properties in Michaelston-super-Avon Parish

<D/D BF 1746> Lease for 40 years from expiration of a lease for lives for £1 annual rent dated 16 Sept 1830; George earl of Jersey to Morgan Evan of Michaelston-super-Avon; Building land (30p), gardens and the Rock and Fountain public house, part of Pwllyglaw Farm
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<D/D BF 1747> Lease for 40 years from expiration of a lease for lives for £2 annual rent dated 16 Sept 1830; George earl of Jersey to Jenkin Rees of Michaelston millwright; Land (40p), 2 cottages and gardens, part of Pwllyglaw Farm
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<D/D BF 1748> Lease for 40 years from 4 Apr 1835 for £1 annual rent dated 25 Mar 1835; Jenkin Rees of Michaelston-super-Avon, millwright, to Robert James of the same parish, victualler; Land (20p) at Pwll-y-Glaw called the Old Orchard, with houses built there
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<D/D BF 1749> Lease for 40 years for £10 annual rent dated 25 Mar 1836; George earl of Jersey to William Rees of Pen Rees Issa Farm, farmer; 5 Fields (total area of 10a 5p) between the Efail Fach River and the road from Pontrhydyfen to Neath. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1750> Lease in reversion for 40 years after the expiration of a lease for 21 years for 2 guineas annual rent, dated 25 Mar 1840; George earl of Jersey to Hopkin Evan of Pwll-y-Glaw, labourer; Messuage at Pwll-y-Glaw in the occupation of John and Thomas Reynolds. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1751> Lease in reversion for 40 years for 1 guinea annual rent dated 25 Mar 1840; George earl of Jersey to Griffith Fabian of Pwll-y-Glaw; Building land with cottages to be erected at Pwll-y-Glaw in the occupation of John and Thomas Reynolds. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1752> Lease for 99 years from 25 Mar 1840 for £12 annual rent dated 25 Mar 1840; George earl of Jersey to Richard Daniel of Pwll-y-Glaw, collier; Building land at Pwll-y-Glaw with houses built on it
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<D/D BF 1753> Lease for 99 years from 25 Mar 1840 for 31s annual rent dated 25 Mar 1840; George earl of Jersey to William Bevan of Michaelston, collier; Building land near Pont-y-Cymmer with right to build a cottage. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1754> Lease for 40 years for £10 annual rent dated 25 Mar 1840; George earl of Jersey to William Rees of Penrees Farm Michaestone-super-Avon; Land (3a 3r 1p) forming part of Pen Rees Farm, along the road to Neath, including 17 cottages and buildings. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1755> Mortgage of leasehold lands for £30000 dated 28 Jan 1842; John Vigurs of Rosehill, Madron, Cornwall, esq, to William Revel Vigurs of Aldermans Walk, London; Land and houses including iron, copper and tinplate factories, chemical factory, mill and rights to extract minerals at and near Pwll-y-Glaw farm, and a house and garden called Ty-dan-y-Gollen
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<D/D BF 1756> Lease for 60 years from 29 Sept 1845 for £1 14s 6d annual rent dated 29 Sept 1845; George earl of Jersey to Edward Jenkins; Building land at Pwll-y-Glaw (23p) next to the Burgess' land. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1757> Lease for 60 years from 25 Dec 1849 for £4 annual rent dated 25 Dec 1849; George earl of Jersey to John Thomas of the Royal Oak Inn, Pontrhydyfen; Building land on the road from Cwmavon to Glyncorrwg at Michaelston, with covenant to complete 5 houses within 12 months. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1758> Lease for 60 years for £2 annual rent dated 25 Dec 1849; George earl of Jersey to William Jenkin of Penrees yeoman; Building land at Efail Fach between the road from Neath to Pontrhydyfen and Penrees Farm, with covenant to build a dwelling house within one year. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1759> Lease for 60 years from 25 Mar 1851 for £3 2s annual rent dated 1 Aug 1851; George earl of Jersey to William Jones of Pontrhydyfen yeoman; Land (25p) part of Penrees Farm, Pontrhydyfen. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1760> Lease for 60 years from 25 Mar 1851 for £1 10s annual rent dated 1 Aug 1851; George earl of Jersey to Griffith Llewellyn of Pontrhydyfen yeoman; Building land forming part of Penrhys Farm, with covenant to build a house within one year. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1761> Lease for 80 years from 25 Mar 1853 for £7 1s 3d annual rent dated 15 Nov 1853; George earl of Jersey to David Evans of Pontrhydyfen, cobbler; Building land part of Penrees Farm, with covenant to build one or more houses within 12 months. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1762> Lease for 21 years from 25 Mar 1874 for £20 annual rent dated 13 May 1874; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to John Jenkins of the Ivorites Arms, Pwll-y-Glaw; Six houses including the Ivorites Arms at Pwll-y-Glaw, with covenant to spend £100 on improvements. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1763> Lease for 99 years from 1 Apr 1840 for £365 annual rent dated 4 Aug 1877; Sir Charles Whetham of London knight, Sir Charles Reed of London knight, Joseph Fell Christy of London merchant and Sir Thomas Chambers of London knight, with James Shaw of London iron merchant, James Spence of London merchant and John Dixon of London engineer, to Henry Nash and Elisha Smith both of Liverpool engineers, Philip William Flower of the Melyn Tinplate Works, Neath, merchant and Robert Valentine Leach of Devizes Castle, esq.; Land containing the Lower Tinplate Works, the Middle Tinplate Works, 150 cottages in Lower Row, Kendon Row, London Row, Cross Row, Church Square, Tyreglwys Cottages, Tymawr, Caeglas and Yr Owen row, the Upper Tinplate Foundry, a warehouse near the middle tinplate Works and gardens opposite houses in London Row, all in Cwmavon. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1764> Lease for 80 years from 25 Mar 1854 for £3 7s annual rent dated 15 June 1883; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to Samuel Williams of Cwm Evan Bach, Margam, collier; Two houses and a club, part of Penrhys Isaf Farm on the road from Efail Fach to Pontrhydyfen. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1765> Lease for 54½ from 29 Sept 1884 for £1 11s annual rent dated 21 Dec 1884; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to Evan Evans of Aberavon and Gwilym Treharne Williams of Pontrhydyfen collier; Five houses on Tewgoed Hill on the road from Pontrhydyfen to Cwmavon with covenant to complete the houses. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1766> Lease for 53 years from 1 July 1885 for one peppercorn annual rent dated 30 July 1885; Mrs Ellen Bolton widow and Robert Herbert Briscoe Bolton gent, both of Ambleside, Westmoreland, with Samuel Danks of Wellington, civil engineer, to William Griffiths of Cwmavon tin worker; 5 and 7 Pelly Street Cwmavon. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1767> Lease for 53 years from 1 July 1885 for one peppercorn annual rent dated 31 July 1885; Ellen Bolton widow and Robert Herbert Briscoe Bolton gent, with Samuel Danks, to George Key of Cwmavon, butcher; Land with house and chemists' shop on High Street Cwmavon, and the premises adjoining, measuring 99 square yards. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1768> Lease for 53 years from 1 July 1885 for one peppercorn annual rent dated 11 Aug 1885; Ellen Bolton widow and Robert Herbert Briscoe Bolton, with Samuel Danks, to John Joseph and Edward Joseph both of Cwmavon, grocers; Land with a grocers shop, warehouse and two cottages, nos 21, 22 and 23 Park Row, Cwmavon, measuring 1122 square yards. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1769> Lease for 51 years from 25 Mar 1890 for £70 annual rent dated 10 July 1890; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to William Griffiths of 18 West Bute Street Cardiff outfitter, George Bedford of Baglan commission agent, John Joseph Murphy and William Taylor both of the Docks, Cardiff, coal merchants; Coal mines and seams called Wythin Ddrewelyd Seam, Penrhys Seam and Pwll Robin Seam beneath Penrhys Isaf Farm, under a total area of 137a 3r 9p. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1770> Lease for 99 years from 24 June 1900 for £10 annual rent dated 21 June 1900; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to William Williams of Ystradyfodwg, minister; Building land (100 feet by 130 feet) at Penrhys Isaf Farm. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1771> Lease for 40 years from 25 Dec 1900 for £120 annual rent dated 9 Dec 1901; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to the Avonmouth Colliery Company Ltd.; All minerals under land (151a 1r 30p) forming part of Troed-y-Rhiw farm. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1772> Lease for 99 years from 29 Sept 1900 for £1 annual rent dated 11 Dec 1901; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to the Neath Rural District Council; Watercourse and water tanks at Pwll-y-Glaw. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1773> Lease for 21 years from 29 Sept 1900 for £30 annual rent dated 7 Oct 1904; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to Evan Evans Bevan of Neath esq.; The Ivorites Arms public house with adjacent buildings and 4 cottages at Pwll-y-Glaw. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1774> Agreement dated 14 Nov 1906; The Earl of Jersey to Messrs B. A. Griffiths and Partners; Agreement for the letting of the Wern-y-Pistll Rider at Graig-y-Tewgoed (cover of the deed only)
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<D/D BF 1775> Lease for 14 years from 1 Jan 1943 for £2 annual rent dated 29 Apr 1946; George Francis earl of Jersey to the Torymynydd Colliery Co. Ltd.; Land (1r 19p) at Pwll-y-Glaw with right to sink a shaft for mine ventilation. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1776> Lease for 99 years from Michaelmas 1807 for £2 annual rent dated 1 Jan 1808; George Venables Lord Vernon baron Kinderton to Charles Smith of Gwernllwynwith and Henry Smith of London esq.; Land called Hafod Farm including the house in the churchyard, a total area of 101a 39p. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1777> Lease for 99 years from 24 June 1843 for £94 annual rent dated 5 Dec 1843; George earl of Jersey to John Henry Vivian of Swansea esq; Land (23a 2r 17p) part of Hafod Farm beside Vivian's copper works, for a slag heap. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1778> Lease for 60 years for £25 annual rent dated 12 Dec 1855; George earl of Jersey to James Strick of Swansea shipping agent; Wharf at Hafod, between the Tawe and the Swansea Canal Towpath. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1779> Lease for 99 years from 29 Sept 1855 for £115 annual rent dated 31 July 1856; George earl of Jersey to Henry Hussey Vivian of Park Wern esq.; Land and messuage forming part of the Hafod farm, between the River Tawe and the Swansea Canal Towpath, with rights to erect a quay and buildings. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1780> Lease for 21 years from 1 Jan 1863 for £100 annual rent dated 3 Mar 1865; Frederick William Child Villiers and Charles Fane, with Sarah Sophia Child, to Francis Codd, Edward Atkinson and Thomas Bewley of Ireland (the treasurers of the Mining Company of Ireland); Wharf, boat docks and timber float at Hafod. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1781> Lease for 60 years from 24 June 1869 for £80 annual rent dated 23 Sept 1869; Victor Albert George earl of jersey, to George Blayney Meager of Swansea, shipbuilder; Coal Wharf held by the Primrose Coal Company at Hafod, with right to construct a dry dock and slipway. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1782> Lease for 30 years from 25 Mar 1898 for £120 annual rent dated 27 Dec 1898; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to Thomas Reid and Hugh Beckett, both of Glasgow, merchants; Land (2a 1r) and buildings in the occupation of the Swansea Safety Fire Company Ltd. Includes plan
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Leases of properties in Swansea and St Thomas

<D/D BF 1783> Lease for 99 years from 25 Mar 1830 for £20 annual rent dated 5 Jan 1835; George earl of Jersey, with Margaret Elizabeth Tennant relict of George Tennant, to Pascoe Grenfell and Charles Pascoe Grenfell esq. of Middle Bank Copper Works, Swansea; Land (9a 1r 4p) part of farms called Dan-y-Graig Fach and Dan-y-Graig Ganol with cottages and outbuildings. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1784> Lease for 21 years from 29 Sept 1853 for £5 annual rent dated 30 Dec 1853; George earl of Jersey to Benjamin Sampson and Richard Lanyon of Penryn, Cornwall, gunpowder manufacturers; Building used as a gunpowder magazine at Crymlyn Burrows near Swansea. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1785> Lease for 99 years from 25 Mar 1859 for £70 annual rent dated 27 June 1859; George earl of Jersey to Joseph Jennings and Nicholas Jennings of Clyne Wood Works, arsenic manufacturers; Land (7a) with buildings and weirs near Port Tennant, between the Neath and Swansea Canal and Swansea Canal and Swansea Bay . Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1786> Lease for 80 years from 29 Sept 1865 for £4 16s annual rent dated 29 Sept 1865; Frederick William Child of Sulby Hall and Charles Fane, with Sarah Sophia Child, to Evan Francis of Danygraig, grocer; Building land (660 square yards) at Danygraig, near the road from Swansea to Briton Ferry, with covenant to complete the construction of 4 houses. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1787> Lease for 80 years from 24 June 1867 for £4 12s annual rent dated 20 Sept 1867; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to William Morgan of Dan-y-Graig, mason; Building land (530 square yards) part of Dan-y-Graig farm to the north of the road from Swansea to Mile End, with covenant to complete the building of four houses. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1788> Lease for 99 years from 25 Dec 1883 for £1 annual rent dated 18 Jan 1884; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to the Rev. John Lewis of Swansea and the Rev. David Williams, Baptist ministers and John Grave of Pen-y-Graig, farmer; Building land at Dan-y-Graig, St Thomas, on Dan-y-Graig road and Ysgol Street, with covenant to build a Baptist Chapel and schoolroom. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1789> Lease for 21 years from 25 Mar 1899 for £15 annual rent dated 24 Jan 1900; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to Thomas Waters of Chidesley Terrace Swansea, contractor; Land (2900 square yards) with builders' workshops at Danygraig, St Thomas. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1790> Lease for 10 years from 25 Mar 1908 for £25 annual rent dated 28 Dec 1908; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to Charles Hopkins of 57 Balaclava Street foreman boiler maker, Robert Henry Whittaker of 28 Kirby Terrace dock foreman, William Evans of 5a Fabian's Street cobbler, William John Davies of 1 Miers Street master plumber and Henry David Griffiths of 12 Vicarage Terrace schoolmaster, all of St Thomas, Swansea; Land (4a 2r 9p) beside Farm Lane for a sports field at Dan-y-Graig. Includes plan
[1 paper]

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Leases of properties in more than one parish

<D/D BF 1791> Lease for 98 years from 24 June 1841 for one peppercorn annual rent dated 24 Dec 1841; John Vigurs of Madron, Cornwall, to the governor and company of Copper Miners in England; Land (755a 2r 1p) including farms called Brynbrythan, Cwm Clais, Tyle'r Vedwn, Tir Canol, Tir Isaf, Nant-y-Clais, Ynys Afon, Ty Maen, Cefnden Bach, Tir Edmund, Tewgoed Mawr, Llwyn Owen, Ty Maen Fawr, Tewgoed Uchaf and Tewgoed Bach, and the land adjoining the Walnut Tree Public House, Aberavon, and the water mill called Y Felin Newydd, with adjoining kiln and meadow. Includes plan and schedule of tithes
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<D/D BF 1792> Lease for 60 years from 29 Sept 1859 for £150 annual rent dated 29 Sept 1859; George earl of Jersey to Robert Smith of Glanveydan, tinplate manufacturer, and David Smith of Greenfield, near Neath, gent; Land (6a) between the South Wales Railway and the road from Cardiff to Neath, beside the Tormynydd Colliery. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 1793> Lease for 99 years from 25 Dec 1889 for £12 annual rent dated 16 Aug 1890; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to William Morris manager, James Elias surgeon, Jenkin Hill wholesale grocer, Benjamin Thomas haulage contractor, William Davies Jones draper, William Jones metal refiner, Griffith Thomas black plate weigher, John Titus James forge manager, John Griffiths shearer, John Morris tinman, Robert William Folland washman and William Jones overman, all of Briton Ferry, and Robert Williams of Neath timber merchant and John Morris of Middlesex draper; Land (4a) in Baglan and Briton Ferry including tinplate, galvanized sheet and iron and steel works, on the border of the said parishes, near the river
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<D/D BF 1794> Licence to assign property held under a lease dated 12 Feb 1866 dated 25 June 1883; The Earl of Jersey to John Crow Richardson, John Richardson and Francis Richardson, all of Swansea, merchants; Spelter works at Crymlyn Burrows; Enclosure: receipt for rent, 9 Feb 1883
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<D/D BF 1795> Assignment of leasehold premises dated 28 July 1883; John Crow Richardson of Swansea merchant, with John Crow Richardson, John Richardson Francis and Arthur Henry Richardson, all of Swansea, merchants, to the English Crown Spelter Company Ltd; The Crown Spelter Works, in Llansamlet and St Thomas
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<D/D BF 1796> Lease for 60 years from 29 Sept 1906 for £250 annual rent dated 6 June 1907; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to the British Wagon Company Ltd; Land (5a) beside the Gelli Grafog Road in Llansamlet and St Thomas parishes for the purpose of a railway siding and wagon factory. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D BF 1797> Lease for 55 years from 25 Mar 1905 for £647 annual rent dated 25 Oct 1905; Victor Albert George earl of Jersey to the Cwrt Sart Colliery Company Ltd; Coal mines and seams under 647a of land, part of Cwrt Sart Farm. Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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Deeds referring to unspecified properties

<D/D BF 1798> Agreement dated 2 May 1902; The Cape Colliery Company Ltd to the Earl of Jersey; Agreement to forgo claims (not specified) comprised in an agreement dated 19 Oct 1900
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<D/D BF 1799> Assignment of leasehold premises for £400 dated 3 Feb 1933; W. R. Davies and Co. Ltd., with Richard Caton de Zouche, to Wagon Repairs Ltd.. Properties (not specified) held under leases from John Walmesley (dated 14 Dec 1928), George Henry Robert earl of Jersey (dated 25 Mar 1922), the LNER (dated 24 June 1932) and W. R. Davies and Co. Ltd, and agreements as to the provision of electricity and railway siding accommodation
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Properties in Cwmavon: lease from Wright, Butler & Co.

<D/D BF 1800> 7 Hazelwood Row, 1 Pelly Street, 48 Tymaen Street, 1 Engine Row, 2, 3 and 4 Brickyard Cottages, to Llewellyn Griffiths, printer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897, for £8 annual rent 23 Nov 1897
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Church Square, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler and Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 1801> No. 1, to Isaac Picton, contractor, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 13 June 1898
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<D/D BF 1802> No. 5, to John Jones, rollerman, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 16 June 1898
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<D/D BF 1803> Nos. 6, 11, 12, 23 and 24, to Mrs M. B. Russell, wife of John Russell, accountant, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 1 July 1898
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<D/D BF 1804> No. 7, to Mrs Margaret Havard, widow, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 4 July 1898
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<D/D BF 1805> No. 8, to Joseph James, tinman, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 10 June 1898
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<D/D BF 1806> No. 9, to Thomas West, shearer, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 10 June 1898
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<D/D BF 1807> No. 10, to David Thomas, assorter, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 10 June 1898
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<D/D BF 1808> No. 13, to Rees Morgan, shipper, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 10 Dec 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1809> No. 14, to Evan Thomas Davies, steel worker, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 10 June 1898
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<D/D BF 1810> No. 15, to Thomas Thomas, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 20 June 1898
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<D/D BF 1811> Nos. 16, 17, 27, 29 and 30, to David Russell, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1812> No. 18, to George Larkworthy, tinman, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 25 Feb 1899
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1813> No. 19, to David Lewis, steel baller, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 10 June 1898
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<D/D BF 1814> No. 20, to William Hanbury, tinman, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 4 July 1898
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<D/D BF 1815> No. 21, to Elizabeth Ann Davies, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1816> No. 22, to David Diamond, roll turner, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent, 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1817> No. 25, to Thomas Fowler, furnacer in tinplate works, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 1 July 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1818> No. 28, to Richard Hughes, waterman, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 10 June 1898
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Colliers Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler and Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 1819> No. 1, to William Jones, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 26 Nov 1897
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<D/D BF 1820> Nos. 2 and 4, to William Jenkins, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 25 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1821> Nos. 3, 5, 6, 9, 11 and 12, to Mrs Hannah Jenkins, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent, 24 Nov 1897
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<D/D BF 1822> No. 7, to John Rees, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
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<D/D BF 1823> No. 10, to David Davies, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
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<D/D BF 1824> No. 13, to Rees Joseph, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 20 Dec 1897
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<D/D BF 1825> No. 14, to John Richards, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1826> No. 15, to William Morgan, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1827> No. 16, to Joseph Morris, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
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Copper Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler and Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 1828> No. 2, to George Nicholas, copperman, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 31 Dec 1897
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<D/D BF 1829> No. 3, to Miss Rachel Richards, spinster, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for 15s annual rent 27 Sept 1897
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<D/D BF 1830> No. 4, to Thomas Jenkins, tin plate worker, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 23 Sept 1897
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<D/D BF 1831> No. 5, to David Woolcock, copper furnaceman, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 31 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1832> No. 6, to Thomas Davies, copper furnaceman, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent, 20 Dec 1897
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<D/D BF 1833> No. 7, to William Williams, fireman, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 18 Nov 1897
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<D/D BF 1834> No. 8, to Herbert Evans, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 18 Dec 1897
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<D/D BF 1835> No. 9, to Edward Richards, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
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<D/D BF 1836> No. 10, to William Davies, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 18 Dec 1897
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<D/D BF 1837> No. 11, to Miss Alice Hopkins, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 28 Oct 1897
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<D/D BF 1838> No. 12, to Thomas James, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 27 Nov 1897
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<D/D BF 1839> No. 13, to William Stone, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
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<D/D BF 1840> No. 14, to Evan Llewellyn, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 8 Dec 1897
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<D/D BF 1841> No. 15, to Rees Hughes, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 9 Nov 1897
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<D/D BF 1842> No. 16, to John Stone, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
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<D/D BF 1843> No. 17, to Thomas Evans, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
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<D/D BF 1844> No. 18, to Thomas Lovebuck, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 13 Nov 1897
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<D/D BF 1845> No. 19, to David Williams, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1846> No. 20 Copper Row and no. 8 Finers Row, to David Hughes, assorter, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
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<D/D BF 1847> No. 21, to David Thomas, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for 15s annual rent 28 Sept 1897
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<D/D BF 1848> No. 22, to Thomas James, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for 15s annual rent 28 Sept 1897
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<D/D BF 1849> No. 23, to Evan Llewellyn, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for 15s annual rent 28 Sept 1897
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<D/D BF 1850> No. 24, to Samuel Rees, collier, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 18 Nov 1897
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<D/D BF 1851> No. 25, to Thomas Edwards, collier, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1852> No. 26, to Thomas Thomas, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 1 Feb 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1853> No. 27, to David George, tin plater, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
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Cornish Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler and Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 1854> No. 4, to Miss Miriam Davies, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 18 Nov 1897
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<D/D BF 1855> No. 5, to Richard Hengoed, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 25 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1856> No. 6, to Mrs Mary Ann Griffiths, wife of Stephen Griffiths, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 16 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1857> No. 7, to Rees Howells, copper smelter, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for 15s annual rent 1 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1858> No. 8, to William Thomas, collier, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for 15s annual rent 1 Sept 1897
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Cunard Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler and Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 1859> Nos. 1, 2 and 10, to Thomas Davies, grocer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 15s annual rent 26 Aug 1897
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<D/D BF 1860> No. 3, to William Simlett, gasworks manager, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 1 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1861> No. 5, to Thomas Henry, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 1 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1862> No. 6, to John Parker, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1863> No. 7, to John Jones, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 20 Sept 1897
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<D/D BF 1864> No. 8, to John Morris, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 20 Sept 1897
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<D/D BF 1865> No. 9, to John O'Brien, foreman, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 1 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1866> Nos. 11 and 14, to Thomas Davies, grocer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 20 Sept 1897
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<D/D BF 1867> No. 12, to Mrs Elizabeth Ann Richards, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 1 Sept 1897
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<D/D BF 1868> No. 13, to Benjamin Cockwell, builder and contractor, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 1 Sept 1897
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<D/D BF 1869> No. 15, to Hopkin Hill, insurance agent, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 31 Aug 1897
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<D/D BF 1870> No. 16, to Daniel John, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 21 Sept 1897
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<D/D BF 1871> No. 17, to Alfred Roberts, accountant, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 1 Sept 1897
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Claish Cottages, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases by Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd

<D/D BF 1872> Nos. 1, 2 and 3, to Rees David, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 10s annual rent 8 Dec 1897
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Danycoed Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 1873> No. 8, to David James, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
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<D/D BF 1874> No. 9, to David Vaughan, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 29 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1875> Nos 10, 11, 12 and 15, and no. 1 Cornish Row, to William Sims, farmer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £5 annual rent 12 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1876> No. 13, to Thomas Lewis, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1877> No. 16, to Patsy Garbally, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 29 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1878> No. 17, to John Southall, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1879> Nos. 18 and 19, to Thomas Phillips, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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Ebbw Vale Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 1880> No. 1, to Joseph Fowler, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 21 Sept 1897
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<D/D BF 1881> No. 2, to Mary Jones, widow, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1882> Nos. 4 and 4a to William Rees, blacksmith, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 19 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1883> Nos. 6 and 6a, to Henry Davies, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1884> No. 7, to William Evans, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 1 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1885> No. 8, to David Daniel, butcher, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 31 Aug 1897
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Engine Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 1886> Nos. 2 and 8, to Joseph Hill, copper worker, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 20 Dec 1897
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<D/D BF 1887> No. 3 Engine Row, to Thomas Griffiths, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 20 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1888> No. 4, to Edmund Stanley, tinplate workman, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 25 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1889> No. 5, to Thomas Richards, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1890> No. 6, to John Howells, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 18 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1891> No. 7, to William Mc Neil, tinworker, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1892> No. 9, to William Rees, collier, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 25 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1893> Nos. 11 and 12, to Samuel Jones, accountant, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 21 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1894> No. 13, to Jacob Evans, copper worker, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for 15s annual rent 21 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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Finers Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 1895> No. 4, to William Jones, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 14 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1896> No. 6, to James Rees, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1897> No. 7, to Edward Bryant, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 28 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1898> No. 12, to Mrs Elizabeth Adams, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 29 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1899> No. 13, to Henry Davies, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 12 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1900> No. 14, to Jenkin Davies, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 25 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1901> No. 15, to Richard Thomas, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 15 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1902> Nos. 16 and 17, to David Elias Davies, solicitor, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1903> No. 19, to Thomas Rees, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 25 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1904> No. 20, to John Edwards, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for 15s annual rent 25 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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Furnace House, Cwmavon: counterpart underlease from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 1905> Furnace House, to John Joseph, grocer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 24 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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Gower Street, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 1906> Nos. 55, 56, 57, 59, 61, 63, 65, 67, 69, 71, 73, 75, 77 and 79, to llewellyn Griffiths, printer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £14 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1907> No. 5, to David Elias, copperman, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 31 Aug 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1908> No. 6, to Daniel Richards, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 29 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1909> No. 7, to Hopkin Landeg, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 13 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1910> No. 8, to Benjamin Jones, fireman, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 16 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1911> No. 10, to David Rees, collier, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1912> Nos. 11, 15, 20, 21, 23, 29, 33 and 39, to Llewellyn Griffiths, printer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £8 annual rent 24 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1913> No. 12, to John Jones, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 13 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1914> No. 13, to Edwin A. Clarke, butcher, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 31 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1915> No. 14, to John Evans, tin worker, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1916> No. 16, to John Morris, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 27 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1917> Nos. 17 and 19, to Llewellyn Griffiths, printer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 26 Jan 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1918> No. 22, to Mrs Margaret Davies, wife of William Davies, tinman, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 31 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1919> No. 24, to Thomas David, collier, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 25 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1920> No. 25, to Denis O'Brien, labourer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 31 Aug 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1921> No. 26, to Benjamin Davies, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1922> Nos. 21, 22, 23, Undeb Row and no. 27 Gower Street, to Thomas Rees, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £4 annual rent 8 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1923> No. 28, to John Martin, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 31 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1924> Nos. 31 and 35, to Thomas Evans, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 16 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1925> No. 32, to Thomas Davies, collier, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 9 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1926> No. 36, to Rees Morgan, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1927> No. 37, to William Richards, tinplater, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1928> Nos. 45, 47, 49, 51 and 53, to Miss Margaret Rogers, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £5 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1929> No. 50, to Thomas Vodden, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1930> No. 54, to John Jenkins, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1931> No. 58, to Thomas Davis, grocer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 27 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1932> Nos. 60, 66 and 78 Gower Street and 81 Tymaen Street, to Miss Elizabeth M. Miller, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £4 annual rent 30 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1933> No. 62, to William Francis, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1934> No. 64, to Mrs Jane Jones, widow, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1935> No. 68 Gower Street and No. 12 Tymaen Street, to David Jones, copperman, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 19 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1936> No. 70, to John Griffiths, collier, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1937> No. 72, to William Evans, printer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 16 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1938> No. 76, to John Williams, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 28 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1939> No. 80, to William Hughes, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 20 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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Great Western Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 1940> No. 1, to David Harris, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for 10s annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1941> No. 2, to Thomas Thomas for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for 10s annual rent 16 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1942> No. 3, to Richard H. Williams, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for 10s annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1943> No. 4, to James Ayres, labourer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 10s annual rent 17 Dce 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1944> No. 5, to Samuel Hill, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for 10s annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1945> No. 6, to William James, engine driver, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for 10s annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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Hazelwood Row, Cwmavon: Leases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 1946> Nos. 1 and 16, to David Thomas, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 29 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1947> Nos. 2 and 3, to Thomas Griffiths, fitter, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1948> No 4, to Daniel Waters, copper worker, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1949> No. 5, to William Isaac Rogers, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 16 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1950> No. 6, to George Davies, copper worker, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 5 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1951> No. 8, to David Davies, clerk, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 5 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1952> No. 9, to James Thomas, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 16 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1953> Nos. 10 Hazelwood Row and 18 Gower Street, to the Rev. Rhys B. Jones, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 30 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1954> No. 12, to Thomas Davies, butcher, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 18 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1955> No. 13, to Evan Owen, copperman, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 15 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1956> No. 14, to Benjamin Evans, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 9 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1957> No. 15, to Mrs Mary Hill, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 27 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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Jersey Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 1958> No. 3, to David Clement, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 23 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1959> No. 5, to Evan John, copper worker, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 1 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1960> No. 6, to Thomas Evans, formerly in the merchant service, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 16 Aug 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1961> No. 7, to William Evans, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 4 Aug 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1962> No. 8, to Evan Samuel, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 24 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1963> No. 9, to Mrs Mary Ann Williams, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 20 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1964> No. 10, to Benjamin Richards, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 16 Aug 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1965> No. 11, to David Davies, haulier, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1966> No. 12, to Thomas Lloyd, mason, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 4 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1967> No. 16, to Charles Lewis Rees, clerk, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 3 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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Kendon Cottages, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from the Copper Miners' Tinplate Company Ltd.

<D/D BF 1968> No. 1, to John Davies, haulier, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1969> No. 2, to David Jones, tinman, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 20 June 1898
[1 paper]

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Kendon Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from the Copper Miners' Tinplate Company Ltd.

<D/D BF 1970> No. 1, to Rees Davies, army pensioner, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1971> No. 2, to John Thomas, double in tinplate works, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 20 Aug 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1972> No. 3, to Leyshon Thomas, collier, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1973> No. 7, to David Lewis, carpenter, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1974> No. 8, to Robert Rees, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 4 July 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1975> No. 10, to Thomas Rees, charge wheeler, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 4 July 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1976> No. 11, to Mrs Mary Williams, wife of Benjamin Williams, Scranton, USA, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 25 Jan 1899
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1977> No. 19, to Morgan Davies, tin plate shearer, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1978> No. 20, to William S. Rees, copper Smelter and John Rees, rollerman, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1979> No. 3, to John Evans, copper worker, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1980> No. 3, to Henry Davies, furnaceman in tinplate works, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1981> No. 5, to William Hanbury, tinman, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1982> No. 8, to Mrs Catherine O'Brien, widow, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1983> No. 9, to William Jenkins, blackplate weigher, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1984> No. 10, to David Morris, steelballer, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1985> No. 12, to David Davies, gasman, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 29 Mar 1900
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1986> No. 15, to John Short, tin plate shearer, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1987> No. 17, to James Davies, tin roller, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 8 July 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1988> No. 18, to Wilfred Butler, fitter, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 1 July 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1989> No. 20, to Jason John Richards, grocer, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 6 July 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1990> No. 23, to George Morris, doubler in the tin works, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 20 Aug 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1991> No. 25, to Jenkin Williams, steelworker, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 1 July 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1992 > No. 26, to David Howells, copper worker, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 1 July 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1993> No. 27, to George James, doubler in the tinplate works, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 25 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1994> No. 28, to David Morgan, roller in the tinplate works, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 4 July 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1995> No. 30, to John Owen Thomas, licensed victualler, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 1 July 1898
[1 paper)
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Lower Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from the Copper Miners' Tinplate Company Ltd.

<D/D BF 1996> No. 1, to George Dennis, labourer in the tinplate works, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1997> No. 2, to Thomas Rees, bar roller, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1998> No. 3, to Evan Jenkins, tin roller, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 1999> No. 4, to Mrs Catherine Beynon, widow, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 20 Aug 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2000> No. 5, to Mrs Elizabeth Johns, wife of William Johns, seaman, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 25 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2001> No. 6, to John Bamford Webb, dipper in the tinplate works, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2002> No. 7, to Thomas Bowen, foreman mason, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2003> No. 8, to Thomas Davies, fireman, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2004> No. 9, to David Parker, tinman, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2005> No. 10, to William Griffiths, tinman, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2006> No. 11, to Robert Beesley, weigher in the copper works, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2007> No. 12, to David James, tin roller, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2008> No. 13, to Thomas Matthews, pickler in tinplate works, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2009> No. 14, to Thomas Davies, tin works furnaceman, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 31 Dec 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2010> No. 15, to John Thomas, furnaceman in tin works, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2011> No. 16, to John Bowen, mason, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 31 Dec 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2012> No. 18, to David Davies, rollerman, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 11 July 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2013> No. 19, to George Amphlett, brick moulder, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 31 Dec 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2014> No. 20, to Mrs Sarah Rees, wife of Rees Rees, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 4 July 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2015> No. 21, to John Webb senior, assorter, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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Market Square, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 2016> Nos. 1 and 2, to John Thomas, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 10s annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2017> Nos. 3 and 4, to Mrs Mary Ann Evans, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2018> Buildings and Warehouse, to David R. Williams, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2019> House and shop, to Michael Morris, grocer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2020> Nos. 5 and 16, to Rees David, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2021> No. 13, to Rees David, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 16 Aug 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2022> No. 14, to Jenkin Jones, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 16 Aug 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2023> No. 15, to Richard Davies, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 1 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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Miners' Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 2024> No. 1, to Thomas Jones, currier, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2025> No. 2, to Isaac Evans, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2026> No. 3, to John Thomas, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 20 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2027> Nos. 5, 11, 14, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 25, 27, 28 and 29, to David Elias Davies, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £14 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2028> No. 7 Miners Row, nos. 1 to 7 Danycoed Row and 1, 2 and 5 Finers Row, to Mrs Hannah Key, widow, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £11 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2029> No. 22, to Benjamin Jones, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2030> No. 30, to Samuel Jones, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 25 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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Merthyr Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler and Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 2031> Nos. 1 and 2, to Benjamin Aneurin Griffiths, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 13 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2032> No. 3, to Rees Richards, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2033> No. 4, to Henry Jones, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 11 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2034> No. 7, to Evan Thomas, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 16 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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Michaelstone Terrace, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 2035> Nos. 1 and 2, to Rhys Nicholas, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 18 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2036> No. 4, to William Lewis Jones, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 20 Aug 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2037> No. 10, to Thomas Davies, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 26 Aug 1897
[1 paper]

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Old Brickyard Cottages, Cwmavon: counterpart underlease from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 2038> No. 1, to Rees Ashton, workman, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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Old Methodist Chapel, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from the Copper Miners' Tinplate Company Ltd.

<D/D BF 2039> No. 1, to Joseph Jeffreys, millwright, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2040> No. 2, to Rees Davies, tin roller, for 40 years from 1 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2041> No. 3, to Charles Bailey, platelayer, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2042> No. 4, to William Palmer, platelayer, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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Park Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 2043> No. 1, to Jacob Evans, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 9 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2044> No. 2, to John Jones, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 9 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2045> No. 4, to David Abraham junior, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for 15s annual rent 20 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2046> No. 5, to John Morgan, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 26 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2047> Nos. 6 and 14, to David Elias Davies, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2048> No. 7, to Mrs Elizabeth Jenkins, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 20 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2049> No. 8, to William Williams, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 31 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2050> No. 10, to David Jones, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2051> No. 11, Mrs Emma Matthews, wife of John Matthews, builder, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2052> Nos. 12, 17 and 18, to John Joseph, grocer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £3 annual rent 24 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2053> No. 13, to Miss Mary Griffiths, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for 15s annual rent 28 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2054> No. 15, to David Elias Davies, solicitor, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 26 Jan 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2055> No. 16, to Evan Edwards, collier, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 29 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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Pelly Street, Cwmavon: Leases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 2056> No. 3, to John Davies, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2057> Nos. 9, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 31, 33, 35 and 37, to Benjamin Aneurin Griffiths, draper, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £25 annual rent 13 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2058> No. 28, to Robert Mackintosh, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 16 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2059> No. 29, to Thomas Thomas, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 9 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2060> No. 45, to John Howells, copper workman, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2061> Nos. 46 and 48 (now known as nos. 6 and 4 respectively), to Richard Thomas, steelworker, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 16 Aug 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2062> No. 47, to William Phillips, sawyer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 16 Aug 1897
[1 paper]

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Penycae Cottages, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 2063> No. 3, to Rees Price, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 25 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2064> No. 4, to Mrs Hannah Key, widow, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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Post Office Square, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 2065> No. 2, to Lewis James, accountant, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2066> No. 2, to William Lloyd, club steward, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2067> Nos. 4 Post Office Square and 4 Tyr Owen Row, to John Hughes, tin worker, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2068> No. 6, Post Office Square, to Robert Heard, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2069> No 10 and land to the rear of nos. 7 and 8, to Edwin Augustus Smith, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 29 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2070> Nos. 7, 8 and 9 Post Office Square, 2 and 20 Somerset Place, 3, 5 and 5a Ebbw Vale Row and 8 Merthyr Row, to Alfred Roberts, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £8 annual rent 1 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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The Slaughter House, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 2071> Building or stable near the Slaughter House to Rees David, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 5s annual rent 23 Nov 1901
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2072> The Slaughter House, to Rees David, butcher and Mrs Hannah Key, widow, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 23 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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Somerset Place, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 2073> Nos. 1 and 3 Somerset Place and nos. 30, 32, 34, 36, 42 and 43 Pelly Street, to Thomas Thomas, farmer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £8 annual rent 15 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2074> Nos. 6 and 7, to Mrs Margaret Brett Russell, wife of John Russell, licensed victualler, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 13 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2075> No. 8, to Richard Hill, grocer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 5 Jan 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2076> No. 10, to Thomas Williams, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2077> No. 12, to Thomas Bowen, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2078> No. 14, to Thomas Bowen, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2079> No. 15, to David Lewis, dipper in tinplate works, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2080> No. 16, to William Reynish, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2081> No. 17, to Benjamin Lewis, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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Tewgoed Mawr, Cwmavon: counterpart underlease from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 2082> Tewgoed Mawr, to Walter White, labourer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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Tewgoed Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 2083> No. 1, to John Samuel, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2084> No. 2, to Jenkin Hill, provision merchant, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 11 Jan 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2085> No. 3, to Hopkin Williams, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 16 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2086> No. 4, to Benjamin Howells, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 18 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2087> No. 5, to William Richards, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 25 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2088> No. 6, to Jenkin Hill, provision merchant, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 11 Jan 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2089> No. 7, to David Richards, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2090> No. 8, to David Williams, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2091> No. 9, to Jenkin Hill, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 11 Jan 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2092> No. 10 Tewgoed Row and No. 28 Copper Row, to Mrs Mary Phillips wife of David Phillips, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 18 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2093> No. 11, to William Williams, collier, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 18 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2094> No. 12, to David Davies, copper worker, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 18 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2095> No. 13, to Jenkin Hill, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 11 Jan 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2096> No. 15, to Thomas Mason, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 18 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2097> No. 16, to Jenkin Hill, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 11 Jan 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2098> No. 17, to William Hill, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2099> No. 18, to Thomas Richards, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 18 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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Ty Isha Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 2100> Nos 1 to 5 and 7 to 9, to John Arthur Thomas, grocer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £8 annual rent 5 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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Tymaen Meadow, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 2101> No. 1, to Samuel Evans, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2102> No. 2, to Rees Edwards, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 15s annual rent 29 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2103> No. 3, to James Jones, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 29 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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Tymaen Street, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 2104> Nos. 1 and 83, to William Richards, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 29 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2105> Nos. 2 and 82, to Arthur Davies, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 16 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2106> No. 4, to David Griffiths, collier, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 29 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2107> Nos. 5 and 79, 18 and 66, 16 and 65, to Alfred Roberts, accountant, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £4 10s annual rent 29 Jan 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2108> Nos. 6, 13, 19, 20, 67, 69, 71 and 78, to Thomas Morris, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £6 annual rent 22 Feb 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2109> Nos. 7 and 77, to John Williams, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 10s annual rent 1 Jan 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2110> No. 8, to Richard Davies, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 9 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2111> Nos. 9 and 75, to John Thomas, copper worker, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 10s annual rent 25 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2112> Nos. 10, 15, 64, 73, 74 and 76, to Llewellyn Griffiths, printer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £4 10s annual rent 1 Feb 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2113> No 11, to John Jones, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 16 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2114> Nos. 14 and 70, to Thomas William James, innkeeper, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 10s annual rent 23 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2115> No. 17, to David Matthias, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 26 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2116> No. 21, to William H. Parry, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2117> Nos. 22 to 25, to Mrs Mary Jones, widow, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £3 annual rent 31 Jan 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2118> No. 29, to David Joseph, greengrocer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 26 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2119> No. 33, to David Evans, carpenter, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2120> No. 34, to William Hill, insurance agent, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 9 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2121> No. 35, to Mrs Elizabeth Evans, wife of David Evans, collier, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2122> Nos. 36 and 37, to Thomas W. James, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 24 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2123> No. 39, to David Lloyd Jones, tin worker, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2124> No. 40, to James Rees, signalman, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 15 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2125> No. 41, to Thomas Clarke, tailor, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2126> No. 43, to William Davies, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2127> Nos. 44, 45 and 46, to Lancelot Williams, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £3 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2128> No. 47, to Daniel Samuel, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2129> Nos. 49, 53 and 54, to Mrs Elizabeth Lucas, wife of John Lucas, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2130> No. 50, to William Williams, copper worker, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 24 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2131> No. 52, to William Hill junior, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2132> No. 55, to Nathaniel Davies, copper smelter, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2133> Nos. 56 and 57, to Mrs Elizabeth Lucas, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 27 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2134> No. 57, to Thomas Thomas, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 29 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2135> Nos. 59, 61, 62 and 63, to Llewellyn Griffiths, printer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £3 annual rent 1 Jan 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2136> No. 60, to William Jones, collier, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2137> No. 68, to Thomas Rees, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for 15s annual rent 1 Jan 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2138> No. 72, to John Williams, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 26 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2139> No. 80, to John Powell, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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Tyr Arthur Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 2140> No. 1, to Thomas Davies, collier, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 16 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2141> No. 2, to Jenkin Hill, provision merchant, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 11 Jan 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2142> No. 3, to Thomas Parker, tinplate worker, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 16 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2143> Nos. 4 and 5, to Jenkin Hill, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 11 Jan 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2144> No. 6, to John Esias, collier, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2145> Nos. 7 Tyr Arthur Row and 1 Copper Row, to Evan Bennett, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 16 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2146> Nos. 8 and 9, to Jenkin Hill, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 11 Jan 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2147> No. 10, to John Bamford, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2148> No. 11, to William Osborne, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2149> No. 12, to Jenkin Hill, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 11 Jan 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2150> No. 13, to Joseph Hill junior, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 20 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2151> No. 14, to Mrs Sarah Owen, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 16 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2152> No. 15, to Joseph Hill junior, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 20 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2153> No. 16, to Joseph Hill senior, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for 15s annual rent 20 Sept 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2154> Nos. 17 and 22, to Mr and Mrs David Phillips, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 23 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2155> No. 18, to John Hill, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2156> No. 19, to Thomas Howell, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2157> No. 20, to Jenkin Hill, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 11 Jan 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2158> No. 21, to Jenkin Hill, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 11 Jan 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2159> No. 23, to Jenkin Hill, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 11 Jan 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2160> No. 24, to William Davies, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 16 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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Tyr Eglwys Cottages, Cwmavon: counterpart underlease from the Copper Miners' Tinplate Company Ltd.

<D/D BF 2161> No. 12, to John Davies, haulier, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 5s annual rent 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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Tyr Owen Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underlease from the Copper Miners' Tinplate Company Ltd.

<D/D BF 2162> No. 1, to James Beesley, tin refiner, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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Tyr Owen Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 2163> No. 3, to David Thomas, cashier, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2164> Nos. 6, 7 and 8, to Alfred Roberts, accountant, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 10s annual rent 16 Aug 1897
[1 paper]

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Undeb Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 2165> Nos. 18 and 19 Undeb Row, 6 Ynysafon Row, 34, 38 and 40 Gower Street, 30 Tymaen Street and 19 and 20 Woodland Row, to John A. Thomas, grocer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £10 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper); 2166> No. 2, to Samuel White, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 20 Dec 1897
[1 paper); 2167> Nos. 3, 5, 6, 7, 9 and 10, to Thomas Davis, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £6 annual rent 22 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2168> No. 4, to John O'Brien, copper worker, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2169> No. 8, to Abel Thomas, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2170> No. 11, to Miss Ann Thomas, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 29 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2171> Nos. 13 and 14, to Rees Daniel, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 25 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2172> No. 15, to Thomas Edwards, engine driver, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper); 2173> Nos. 16 and 17, to Mrs Hannah Davies, wife of David Davies, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £2 annual rent 16 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2174> No. 20, to William Morgan, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 31 Jan 1898
[1 paper]

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Walkers Yard, otherwise Tymawr Back, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from the Copper Miners' Tinplate Company Ltd.

<D/D BF 2175> Nos. 3, 4 and 6, to David Russell, retired tradesman, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 10s annual rent 29 Sept 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2176> No. 5, to Robert Gibbon, foreman millwright, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2177> No. 7, to Miss Maria Thomas, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for 10s annual rent 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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Woodland Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 2178> No. 5, to James Howell, collier, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2179> No. 6, to John Thomas, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 18 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2180> Nos. 10, 13 and 16, to Mrs Hannah Roberts, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £3 annual rent 24 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2181> Nos. 7, 8, 9, 11 and 22 Woodland Row and 3, 10 and 18 Finers Row, to Alfred Roberts, accountant, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £8 annual rent 3 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2182> No. 18, to Thomas Powell, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent> 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2183> No. 24, to Daniel George, tinplate workman, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2184> No. 25, to Morris Collins, labourer, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 29 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2185> No. 26, to William Jones, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Oct 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2186> No. 28, to Thomas Roblin, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 30 Nov 1897
[1 paper]

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Ynysfabon Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 2187> No. 3, to David Waters, furnaceman, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for £1 annual rent 17 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2188> No. 4, to Charles Strike, for 41 years from 1 July 1897 for 15s annual rent 31 Aug 1897
[1 paper]

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Ynisbont Cross Row, Cwmavon: counterpart underleases from the Copper Miners' Tinplate Company Ltd.

<D/D BF 2189> No. 1, to David Lewis, assorter, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2190> No. 4, to Morgan Davies, shearer in tinplate works, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2191> No. 16, to David Lewis, assorter, for 40 years from 25 June 1898 for £1 annual rent for the house and 1s for the garden 10 June 1898
[1 paper]

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Properties in various streets in Cwmavon sublet by Wright, Butler & Co. Ltd.

<D/D BF 2192> Nos. 6 and 10 Ty Isha Row, 12 Undeb Row, 1 Ynisafon Row, 30 and 52 Gower Street, 27 Pelly Street and 3, 38 and 42 Tymaen Street, 2 Dec 1897
[1 paper]

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Properties in Cwmavon sublet by Baldwins, Ltd.

<D/D BF 2193> Underlease for 28 years from 1 July 1910 for £1 annual rent, dated 14 Mar 1911; Baldwins Ltd., with John William Wilson of Oldbury, Worcs., M.P. and Richard Vassar Vassar Smith of Charlton Park, Gloucestershire, to Benjamin Cockwell of 19 Cattybrook Terrace, Cwmavon, builder and contractor; 18 Cunard Row, Cwmavon. Includes plan
[1 paper]

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<D/D BF 2194> Underlease for 27½ years from 1 Jan 1911 for £1 annual rent, dated 8 June 1911; Baldwins Ltd., with John William Wilson of Oldbury, Worcs., M.P. and Richard Vassar Vassar Smith of Charlton Park, Gloucestershire, to Thomas Morgans of 17 Gower Street, Cwmavon, collier, Urias Griffiths of 12 Somerset Place, Cwmavon, William Davies of 10 Copper Row, Cwmavon, collier, James Davies of 11 Cunard Terrace, Cwmavon, collier, Morgan Davies of 25 Avan Terrace, Cwmavon, checkweigher, John Jones Edwards of 18 Park Row, Cwmavon, collier, David Madog Evans of Tymaen Terrace, Cwmavon, checkweigher, William Williams of 23 Avan Terrace, Cwmavon, checkweigher, James Williams of 17 Pwllygwlaw, Cwmavon, collier, John Edwards of 3 Tarran Terrece, Cwmavon, collier, John Roblin of 10 Woodland Row, Cwmavon, collier, John Morgans of 15 Gower Street, Cwmavon, collier, David Evans of 24 Craigytewgoed, Cwmavon, collier, Henry Thomas of 21 Copper Row, Cwmavon, collier, Thomas Evans of 60 Gower Street, Cwmavon, checkweigher, Edward Davies of 3 Cornish Row, Cwmavon, collier, Rees Morgans of 5 Cunard Terrace, Cwmavon, collier, Thomas Rees of 27 Gower Street, Cwmavon, collier, Edmund John of 2 Cunard Terrace, Cwmavon, collier, and Thomas Griffiths of 70 Gower Street, Cwmavon, collier; > Tymaen School and playground, Pelly Street, Cwmavon. Includes plan
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<D/D BF 2195> Underlease for 15 years from 1 July 1923 for £1 annual rent, dated 31 Dec 1923; Baldwins Ltd., to the Explosives and Chemical Products Ltd. of Finsbury Pavement, London; Land (540 square yards) at a coal tip at Cwmavon. Includes plan
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