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D/D SB 24: Derwen-fawr Estate

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STRICK AND BELLINGHAM, SOLICITORS: DERWEN-FAWR ESTATE

Deeds of the Sketty Isaf Estate, also known as Derwen Fawr, in the parish of Swansea, Lower Division, the property of Charles Henry Smith of Gwernllwynchwith, esq.

<D/D SB 24/1> Mortgage for £10 dated 24 July 1729; (i) Matthew Matthews of Swansea, corviser, to; (ii) William Rosser junior of Sketty Isaf, yeoman: Arable and meadow land called Tir Walter, Gwaun Cae'r Odin, part of a tenement called Sketty Isaf, in the parish of Swansea
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/2> Bond in £20, Matthew Matthews to William Rosser, for the performance of the covenants and to secure the repayment of the above mortgage debt. 24 July 1729
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<D/D SB 24/3> Bond in £40, Matthew Matthews and his sister Mary Matthews of Swansea, spinster, to William Rosser, to secure the payment of £20 debt borrowed on the security of fields called Tir Walter and Gwaun Cae'r Odin, parts of Sketty Isaf farm. 4 Sept. 1729
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/4> Bond in £100, Matthew Matthews to William Rosser, for the performance of the covenants and repayment of the debt in a further mortgage. 30 Jan. 1730
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/5> Conveyance of equity of redemption for £138 7s 5d dated 28 Dec. 1733; (i) Matthew Matthews of Swansea, cordwainer, nephew and heir of the late Robert Matthew of Swansea, tailor; (ii) William Rosser the younger of Sketty Isaf, in the parish of Swansea, yeoman: Mortgaged house, garden and lands called Sketty Isaf, in the parish of Swansea
[1 parchment file, partly nibbled by rats]

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<D/D SB 24/6> Bond in £276, Matthew Matthews to William Rosser, for the performance of covenants in the above conveyance. 28 Dec. 1733
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/7, 8> Post nuptial Settlement by Lease and Release, on the marriage of William Rosser and Mary, dated 6 and 7 Jan. 1785; (i) William Rosser of Swansea, gent. and Mary his wife to; (ii) Philip Thomas of Swansea, gent. and Daniel Thomas of Llangyfelach, gent., with; (iii) Benjamin Jones of Llansamlet, gent., and Thomas Lewis of Llandeilo Fawr, Carmarthenshire, gent.: Farm and lands called Sketty Isaf, a fishing weir in the parish of Oystermouth, and a house and burgage plot called White Walls in Goat Street in the town of Swansea
[2 parchments]

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<D/D SB 24/9-12> Mortgage by Lease and Release for £150 dated 4 and 5 Feb. 1801; (i) Richard Hughes late of Swansea, now chief mate on a merchant ship, the Wall of Liverpool, and Mary his wife, and Thomas Hall of Swansea, ropemaker, and Margaret his wife (Mary and Margaret are the only daughters of William Rosser, deceased); (ii) Thomas Lewis of Llandeilo Fawr, gent.; (iii) John Rosser of Sketty Isaf, gent., only son of William Rosser; (iv) William Grove of Swansea, gent.: Farm and lands called Sketty Isaf, a fishing weir in the parish of Oystermouth, and a house and burgage plot called White Walls in Goat Street in the town of Swansea; Includes letter of attorney from Richard Hughes to enable Mary his wife to act on his behalf in the above transaction, dated 30 Oct. 1800; Also declaration of trust of a sum of £300 secured by a mortgage of Sketty Isaf, as above, dated 5 Feb. 1801
[3 parchments, 1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/13> Assignment of Lease for £400 dated 24 May 1803; (i) Sir Francis Holburne of Walcot, Somerset, baronet; (ii) Thomas Morgan of Penderry, barrister: Farm and lands called Sketty Isaf, premises leased by William Rosser to (i) on 26 Oct. 1786
[1 parchment file]

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<D/D SB 24/14> Lease for the lives of William Thomas, son of John Thomas of Penywern aged 7, Mary his sister aged 5 and John his brother aged 18 months, for 10s annual rent, dated 29 Sept. 1808; (i) Sir John Morris of Clasemont, baronet; (ii) William Thomas the younger, of Clase Farm: Land (1r) at Black Pill Meadow in the parish of Swansea; Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/15> Assignment of Lease for £137 dated 30 July 1810; (i) Francis Pinkney of London, stationer; (ii) John James of Swansea, gent.; (iii) William Phillips of Swansea, gent.: Half share in a farm and lands called Sketty Isaf, in the parish of Swansea
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/16> Will of Charles Smith of London and Gwernllwynchwith in the parish of Llansamlet, esq., bequeathing his property to his brother Henry Smith and his cousin Henry Hare Townsend in trust for his children John Smith, Charles Henry Smith, Miles Smith, Albion William Smith, Herbert Wyatt Beaver Smith and Charlotte Eliza Lydia Smith, his furniture at Gwernllwynchwith and £300 to his wife, and a silver watch to his son John. made 22 Aug. 1812
[1 file]

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<D/D SB 24/17, 18> Assignment of Lease by Lease and Release for £150 dated 24 and 25 Mar. 1812; (i) William Ford and William Mogg, both of Bridgwater, gents.; (ii) John James of Swansea, gent.: Half share in a house garden and lands called Sketty Isaf in the parish of Swansea, originally leased 26 Oct. 1786
[2 parchment files]

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<D/D SB 24/19> Lease for 99 years or the lives of Sir F. Holbourne, Lady Holbourne and Miss Sheldon, for £60 annual rent 20 Dec. 1814; (i) John James of Swansea, gent.; (ii) Mary Thomas late of Sketty Hall, now of Chepstow, widow, administratrix of the estate of her late husband Henry Smith Thomas; (iii) James Masters of Sketty, esq.: House, garden and lands called Sketty Isaf, in the parishes of Swansea and Oystermouth
[1 parchment file]

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<D/D SB 24/20, 21> Conveyance to trusts by Lease and Release dated 28 and 29 Apr. 1819; (i) Mary Brissack of Swansea, formerly Mary Hughes, spinster, the only child of Mary Hughes and Richard her husband, who was one of the daughters of William Rosser); (ii) Charles Collins of Swansea, gent., trustee: Half share in reversion of house and lands called Sketty Isaf, in the parishes of Swansea and Oystermouth, in trust for Lucy Jones, cousin of Mary Brissack and wife of Rhys Jones
[2 parchments]

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<D/D SB 24/22> Final Concord dated 31 Aug. 1819; Charles Collins, gent., plaintiff, and Mary Brissack, deforciant: Land in the parishes of Oystermouth and Swansea described as a half share in four messuages, four cottages, four barns, four stables, four beasthouses, four courts, four yards, four gardens, four orchards, twenty acres of land arable, twenty acres of meadow, twenty acres of pasture, twenty acres of wood and underwood, twenty acres of furze and heath, fifty acres of land which the tide overflows and the right of fishery therein, and common of pasture for all manner of cattle (identified as Sketty Isaf, as in D/D SB 24/20, 21 above)
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/23, 24> Conveyance to trusts by Lease and Release dated 16 and 17 Aug. 1819; (i) Margaret Hall of Swansea, formerly Margaret Hughes, wife of Richard Hughes of Swansea, deceased; (ii) Rees Jones of Loughor, gent. and Lucy his wife, daughter of Margaret Hall by her first husband; (iii) Charles Collins of Swansea, gent.: Half share in house, garden and lands called Sketty Isaf, in the parishes of Swansea and Oystermouth, and a house in Goat Street in the town of Swansea
[2 parchments]

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<D/D SB 24/25> Final Concord dated 31 Aug. 1819; Charles Collins, gent., plaintiff, and Mary Brissack, deforciant: Land in the parishes of Oystermouth and Swansea and in the town of Swansea described as a half share in five messuages, five cottages, five barns, five stables, five beasthouses, five courts, five yards, five gardens, five orchards, twenty acres of land arable, twenty acres of meadow, twenty acres of pasture, twenty acres of wood and underwood, twenty acres of furze and heath, fifty acres of land which the tide overflows and the right of fishery therein, and common of pasture for all manner of cattle (identified as Sketty Isaf, and the house in Goat Street, as in D/D SB 24/23, 24 above)
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/26> Lease for the lives of Sir Francis Holborne, Alicia his wife and Catherine Elizabeth Maria Sheldon, for £60 annual rent, dated 27 June 1820; (i) John James of Swansea, gent.; (ii) James Beaumont de la Barthe of Lower Sketty, esq.: Mansion house called Lower Sketty, with lawns and courtyards, and fields called Black Pill Meadow, Cae Walter, Cae'r Ardd, Waun Bwll, Croft by Garden, Garden, Cae'r Odyn, Croft above the wood, pieces of meadow land along the river and under the railroad, the wood, croft above the rail road and a piece of land under the rail road, orchard, and a spot of land under the rail road, measuring in total 18a, in the parishes of Swansea and Oystermouth
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/27> Memorandum of licence to assign premises at Sketty Isaf, John James to James Beaumont de la Barthe (originally bound together with D/D SB 24/26 above). 27 June 1820
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/28, 29> Assignment of Mortgage by Lease and Release dated 12 and 13 Mar. 1821; (i) William Grove of Swansea, esq. with; (ii) Margaret Hall of Swansea, widow and administratrix of the estate of Thomas Hall, late of Swansea, ropemaker, to; (iii) James Hall of Swansea, gent., eldest son of Thomas and Margaret Hall: Sum of £300 owing on the security of Sketty Isaf farm, in the parish of Swansea
[2 parchments]

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<D/D SB 24/30, 31> Conveyance by Lease and Release for £200 dated 14 and 15 Sept. 1821; (i) Rees Jones of Loughor and Lucy his wife; (ii) John James of Swansea, gent.: Half share in Sketty Isaf Farm and lands in the parishes of Oystermouth and Swansea; Includes covenant to surrender copyhold lands called Pwll and Penfarch, in the parish and manor of Oystermouth, for £50
[2 parchments]

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<D/D SB 24/32> Final Concord dated 15 Sept. 1821; John James, gent., plaintiff, and Rees Jones and Lucy his wife, defendants: Half share in land in the parishes of Oystermouth and Swansea described as in three messuages, three cottages, three barns, three stables, three beasthouses, three courts, three yards, three gardens, three orchards, twenty acres of land arable, twenty acres of meadow, twenty acres of pasture, twenty acres of wood and underwood, twenty acres of furze and heath, thirty acres of land which the tide overflows and the right of fishery therein, and common of pasture for all manner of cattle (identified as Sketty Isaf, as in D/D SB 24/30, 31 above)
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/33, 34> Conveyance by Lease and Release for £690 dated 25 and 26 Feb. 1830; (i) Mary Hall of Swansea, widow, formerly Margaret Rosser, and coheiress of the estate of William Rosser, who married first David Hughes, then Thomas Hall, both deceased; (ii) Jens Brissack of Drontheim, Norway, master mariner, and Mary his wife, formerly Mary Hughes, daughter of (i); (iii) Rees Jones and Lucy his wife, daughter of (i), of Loughor; (iv) Charles Collins of Swansea, gent.; (v) John James of Swansea, gent.; (vi) James Hall of Swansea, land surveyor; (vii) John Grove of Swansea, esq.: Half share in Sketty Isaf farm in the parishes of Oystermouth and Swansea; Includes covenant to surrender lands called Waun Isaf, Pwll and Penfarch, in the manor and parish of Oystermouth, for £75, and release of a mortgage of £300
[2 parchments]

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<D/D SB 24/35> Assignment dated 26 Feb. 1830; (i) David Lewis of Stradey, Carmarthenshire, esq.; (ii) Jens Brissack of Drontheim, Norway, master mariner and Mary his wife; (iii) Margaret Hall of Swansea, widow; (iv) John James of Swansea, gent.; (v) James Hall of Swansea, land surveyor; (vi) Griffith Jenkins of Swansea, customs officer: Term of 500 years in premises called Sketty Isaf and White Walls, Goat Street, Swansea, comprised in a marriage settlement dated 6 and 7 Jan. 1785 (see above)
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/36> Transfer of trust estate by order of the Court of Chancery, dated 20 Feb. 1830; (i) Henry Incledon Johns of Plymouth, gent.; (ii) John Hughes of Liverpool, M.D.; (iii) Robert Brown Wolsey of Cheltenham, esq. and Eliza Ann his wife; (iv) David Paramore of Devonport, wine merchant and George James Duncan of Liverpool, gent.: Houses in Plymouth
[1 file]

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<D/D SB 24/37> Lease and Counterpart Lease for the lives of John Harries aged 13, William Harries aged 9 and Thomas Harries aged 4, all sons of the lessee, for £4 annual rent dated 24 June 1830; (i) Sir John Morris of Sketty Park, baronet; (ii) William Harries of Oystermouth, fisherman: Piece of land at Blackpill measuring 1a, with liberty to build a house there; Includes plan; Endorsed: pencil note to the effect that the lease was surrendered Dec. 1862
[2 parchments]

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<D/D SB 24/39> Deed for varying and confirming articles of agreement for a settlement on the marriage of Charles Henry Smith and Emily his wife, Charles Henry Smith of Gwernllwynchwith, esq. and Emily his wife to Henry Elliott Graham of Danygraig, clerk, George Leeds esq. son of Sir George William Leeds of Duffryn Cottage, baronet, Miles Smith of Gwernllwynchwith, esq. and Thomas Rogers Jones of Swansea, gent. 29 Jan. 1833
[1 parchment file]

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<D/D SB 24/40> Bond in £2000, Charles Henry Smith esq. to Mrs Charlotte Smith his mother, for securing an annuity of £250 to be paid to Mrs Smith during her life. 4 Feb. 1833
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/41> Paper found in D/D SB 24/40 above, being a codicil to the Will of Charles Smith (see above, D/D SB 24/16 above) directing that a mahogany box of his should be given to his wife, with all the papers in it, and that the lower portion should be opened by her alone. 11 Mar. 1813
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/42> Will of Charles Henry Smith of Gwernllwynchwith, esq., bequeathing his possessions to Miles Smith of London, esq., and George Leeds, esq. in trust for his wife Emily, and his children (not named). 26 Apr. 1834
[1 file]

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<D/D SB 24/43, 44> Lease and Counterpart Lease for 21 years from 25 Mar. 1835 for £95 annual rent dated 21 Mar. 1835; (i) James Hall of Swansea, land surveyor, with; (ii) Elias Jenkins of Whiterock, near Swansea, with; (iii) John James of Swansea, gent., to; (iv) William Henry Smith of Uplands, Swansea, esq.: Half share in mansion house called Lower Sketty and lands belonging to it in the parishes of Oystermouth and Swansea
[2 parchment files]

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<D/D SB 24/45-47> Lease, Copy Lease and Counterpart Lease for the lives of Charles Thompson aged 12, Richard Thomas son of William Thomas of Lan aged 15 and Anne his sister aged 9, for £25 annual rent dated 29 Sept. 1835; (i) Sir John Morris of Sketty Park, baronet; (ii) William Kedey of Cross Inn, Swansea, gent.: Field, meadow, a recently erected cottage and a garden, part of Tir Tom Hopkin in the parish of Swansea, at the corner of the road from Blackpill to Lower Sketty and the Swansea to Oystermouth Road, bounded to the east by Blackpill Stream, measuring 6a 3r 28p; Includes plan
[2 parchments]

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<D/D SB 24/48, 49> Mortgage by Lease and Release for £300 dated 28 and 29 Sept. 1836; (i) William Keddey of Sketty, gent.; (ii) Mary Jenkins of Swansea, widow: Field, meadow, a recently erected cottage and a garden, part of Tir Tom Hopkin in the parish of Swansea, at the corner of the road from Blackpill to Lower Sketty and the Swansea to Oystermouth Road, bounded to the east by Blackpill Stream, measuring 6a 3r 28p
[2 parchments]

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<D/D SB 24/50> Mortgage (further charge) for £100 dated 8 May 1837; (i) William Keddey of Sketty, gent.; (ii) Mary Jenkins of Swansea, widow: Field, meadow, a recently erected cottage and a garden, part of Tir Tom Hopkin in the parish of Swansea, at the corner of the road from Blackpill to Lower Sketty and the Swansea to Oystermouth Road, bounded to the east by Blackpill Stream, measuring 6a 3r 28p
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/51> Conveyance for £980 dated 10 Oct. 1837; (i) Henry duke of Beaufort; (ii) Charles Cavendish Fulke Greville of London, esq. and John Drummond of London, esq.; (iii) Nathaniel Cameron of Danygraig, esq.; (iv) John Jackson Price of Swansea, gent.: Lands called Gors y Felin and Loughor Mill, measuring 23a 2r 30p, near Pont y Brenin (Kingsbridge) in the parish of Loughor, and three pieces of land at Mynydd Bach y Cox in the parish of Llanrhidian (4a 5p); Includes plan
[1 parchment file]

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<D/D SB 24/52> Assignment in trust dated 30 Dec. 1837; (i) William Henry Smith of Hen Dderwen in the parish of Swansea, esq.; (ii) Matthew Moggridge of Swansea, esq.: Mansion house and lands in the parishes of Oystermouth and Swansea formerly called Lower Sketty but now called Hen Dderwen
[1 parchment file

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<D/D SB 24/53, 54> Agreement and Copy Agreement to lease for three lives (not yet named) for £4 annual rent dated 18 Apr. 1838; (i) James Hall of Swansea, surveyor; (ii) William Harries of Burrows Cottage in the parish of Swansea, fisherman: Portion of a meadow at Blackpill in the parish of Swansea measuring 1a, with power to build a house there
[2 papers]

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<D/D SB 24/55> Mortgage (further charge) for £52 and for securing further loans not exceeding £100, dated 2 July 1838; (i) William Keddey of Sketty, gent.; (ii) Mary Jenkins of Swansea, widow: Field, meadow, cottage and garden, part of Tir Tom Hopkin in the parish of Swansea, at the corner of the road from Blackpill to Lower Sketty and the Swansea to Oystermouth Road, bounded to the east by Blackpill Stream, measuring 6a 3r 28p
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/56> Lease for the lives of Thomas Parker aged 34, Samuel Parker his son aged 13 and Margaret Ann his daughter aged 11, for £4 annual rent dated 11 Apr. 1839; (i) James Hall of Swansea surveyor; (ii) Thomas Parker of Tramor in the parish of Swansea, gardener: Land (1a) near the Red Lion pub on the road from Mumbles to Swansea, in the parish of Swansea; Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/57> Contract for sale dated ; (i) Sir John Morris of Sketty Park, baronet; (ii) William Voss of Nicholaston, gent.: Field, meadow, cottage and garden, part of Tir Tom Hopkin in the parish of Swansea, at the corner of the road from Blackpill to Lower Sketty and the Swansea to Oystermouth Road, bounded to the east by Blackpill Stream, measuring 6a 3r 28p; Includes plan
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/58> Memorandum of agreement by John Matthew Voss on behalf of his brother William Voss to lease to William Rosser of Swansea, carpenter, fields called Cae Pant and The Gorses for 3 months from 24 June 1839 for £3 2s 6d rent. 13 June 1839
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/59> Assignment of Lease for £10 dated 13 June 1839; (i) William Rosser of Swansea, carpenter; (ii) William Voss of Nicholaston, gent.: Fields called Cae Pant and The Gorses, near Blackpill in the parish of Swansea
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/60> Lease for 21 years for £40 annual rent dated 29 Sept. 1839; (i) Sir John Morris of Sketty Park, baronet; (ii) William Henry Smith of Hendderwen, esq.: Farm and lands called Cae Tir Dala (called Catydalar on the plan), in the parish of Swansea, measuring 35a 3r, situated between a road from Blackpill and the Blackpill Stream; Includes plan
[1 parchment file]

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<D/D SB 24/61, 62> Conveyance by Lease and Release (release missing) dated 2 Oct. 1839; (i) Thomas Lockwood of Mersham, Kent, esq.; (ii) Sir John Morris of Sketty Park, baronet; (iii) Sir John Morris; (iv) The Rev. Frederick Vernon Lockwood, rector of Mersham, Kent, clerk, and Robert Whitmore of London, gent. to ; (v) William Voss of Nicholaston, gent.; (vi) John Trevillian Jenkin of Swansea, gent.; (vii) George Jenkin of Swansea, accountant: Fields called Cae Pant and The Gorses, at Blackpill in the parish of Swansea
[2 parchment files]

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<D/D SB 24/63> Bond in £200 for quiet enjoyment, Sir John Morris to Mr William Voss. 3 Oct. 1839
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/64-66> Conveyance by Lease and Release for £70 dated 15 and 16 Dec. 1839; (i) The Rev. Frederick Vernon Lockwood and Robert Whitmore; (ii) Sir John Morris of Sketty Park, baronet; (iii) William Thomas of Lan, Llangyfelach, gent.: House and meadow adjoining called the Halfway House, Blackpill, Swansea (identified as the present Woodman Pub); Includes plan; Also: assignment of terms of years in trust to attend the inheritance, Thomas Lockwood to the Trustees for Mr William Thomas
[3 parchments]

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<D/D SB 24/67, 68> Mortgage by Lease and Release for £1000 dated 28 and 29 Aug. 1840; (i) Nathaniel Cameron of Danygraig, esq.; (ii) John Turner of Swansea, esq.: Tenements called Gorse y Velin and Loughor Mill (a water mill) in the Borough and Parish of Loughor, and Mynydd Bach y Cox in the parish of Llanrhidian
[2 parchments]

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<D/D SB 24/69> Articles of Agreement as to stakes in the Swansea Waterworks Company, William Henry Smith of Hendderwen, esq. to Charles Henry Smith of Gwernllwynchwith, esq., dated 24 June 1841. Endorsed with cancellation of the agreement, 5 April 1843, parties as above. 1841-1843
[1 parchment file]

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<D/D SB 24/70> Assignment of Lease for £2189 6s 7d dated 6 Oct. 1841; (i) Matthew Moggridge of Swansea, esq., with; (ii) William Henry Smith of Henderwen, esq. to; (iii) Charles Henry Smith of Gwernllwynchwith, esq.: Mansion house and lands called Lower Sketty or Henderwen, in the parishes of Swansea and Oystermouth
[1 parchment file]

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<D/D SB 24/71> Assignment for £1000 dated 15 Dec. 1841; (i) Elias Jenkins of Tir Gwl, Swansea, gent.; (ii) Charles Henry Smith of Gwernllwynchwith, esq.: Mortgage debt of £1000 and term of 500 years, in premises called Sketty Isaf, and a farm called Brunant, in the parish of Bettws, Carmarthenshire
[1 parchment file]

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<D/D SB 24/72, 73> Conveyance and copy Conveyance for £200 dated 2 Apr. 1842; (i) William Voss of Nicholaston, gent., with; (ii) John Matthew Voss the younger of Swansea, banker, to; (iii) Charles Henry Smith of Gwernllwynchwith and Derwen Fawr, esq., with; (iv) Thomas Edward Thomas of Glanmor, esq.: Fields at Blackpill called Cae Tom Hopkin and Waun Tom Hopkin (6a 2r 9p), with a house recently built there, also fields called Cae Pant ad the Gorses (3a 2r 1p)
[1 parchment file, 1 paper file]

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<D/D SB 24/74> Assignment of terms of 1500 and 500 years resulting from a mortgage of premises in Blackpill (see above), John Trevillian Jenkin and George Jenkin to Iltid Thomas and John Jackson Price, trustees for Charles Henry Smith. 2 Apr. 1842
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/75> Conveyance for £550 dated 30 Sept. 1842; (i) William Thomas of Lan, Llangyfelach, gent. to; (ii) William Thomas, with; (iii) Charles Henry Smith of Gwernllwynchwith and Derwen Fawr, esq., with; (iv) Thomas Edward Thomas of Glanmor, esq.: Premises called The Halfway House, also called the Double House, with a meadow beside it, situated at the third milestone from Swansea on the turnpike road to the Mumbles
[1 parchment file]

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<D/D SB 24/76> Assignment of terms of 1500 and 500 years resulting from a mortgage of premises in Swansea Parish (see above), Messrs. Charles Collins and Charles Thomas to Messrs. Iltid Thomas and John Jackson Price, trustees for Charles Henry Smith esq. 30 Sept. 1842
[1 parchment file]

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<D/D SB 24/77> Assignment of terms of 1500 and 500 years resulting from a mortgage of fields at Blackpill called Cae Pamler, Hen Berth, Waun Cae Isaf, Croft Cae Isaf, Cae Canol, Croft y Cornel, and The Gorses, Thomas Lockwood, with John Morris, The Rev. Frederick Vernon Lockwood and Robert Whitmore, to Charles Henry Smith, Iltid Thomas and John Jackson Price. 14 Nov. 1842
[1 parchment file]

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<D/D SB 24/78> Conveyance for £1100 dated 18 Feb. 1843; (i) Charles Collins of Swansea, gent. with; (ii) Mary Eliza James, late of Swansea, now of Hereford, spinster, heir of John James of Swansea, deceased, to; (iii) William Henry Smith of Swansea, esq. with; (iv) Charles Henry Smith of Gwernllwynchwith, esq.; (v) Thomas Edward Thomas of Glanmor, esq.: Half share in an estate called Lower Sketty, otherwise Sketty Isaf, in the parish of Swansea, and a piece of copyhold land in the parish of Oystermouth, belonging to the manor of Oystermouth
[1 parchment file]

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<D/D SB 24/79, 80> Assignments of term of 500 years in a half share in mortgaged lands called Sketty Isaf or Lower Sketty, Miss Mary Jenkins to Mr John Jackson Price. 18 Feb. 1843
[2 parchment files]

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<D/D SB 24/81> Conveyance for £10s dated 16 May 1844; (i) Daniel Thomas of Newport (Pembs.), clothier; (ii) Charles Henry Smith of Gwernllwynchwith and Derwen Fawr, esq.: Legal estate of (i) in the Sketty Isaf or Lower Sketty estate in the parish of Swansea
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/82> Probate of the Will of Mrs Anne Elizabeth Brunton, bequeathing a sum of £4000 payable on the death of Rebecca Dickinson to her husband William Brunton. made 1 July 1835, proved 16 Dec. 1844
[1 parchment file]

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<D/D SB 24/83> Assignment of Lease for £640 dated 30 Sept. 1845; (i) Mary Jenkins of Swansea, widow; (ii) John Jenkins of Swansea, gent. and David Jenkins of Tir y Gof, Llansamlet, gent.: House (identified on the back of the deed as Casino, Blackpill), with a piece of land called Tir Tom Hopkin, at Blackpill, in the parish of Swansea
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/84> Mortgage for £700 dated 1 July 1846; (i) John Jenkins of Swansea, gent. and David Jenkins of Tir y Gof, Llansamlet, gent., with; (ii) Charles Henry Smith of Derwen Fawr, esq. to; (iii) William Price Evans of Morriston, surgeon: House (identified as Casino, Blackpill), with a piece of land called Tir Tom Hopkin, at Blackpill, in the parish of Swansea
[1 parchment file]

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<D/D SB 24/85> Counterpart Lease for 9 years from 29 Sept. 1847 for £700 dated - 1847; (i) The Swansea Waterworks Company, with; (ii) Charles Henry Smith of Derwen Fawr, esq. to; (iii) William Henry Smith of Swansea, barrister: Rates, rents and payments due from the Swansea Water Company's works
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/86> Conveyance for £300 dated 1 June 1848; (i) Edmund James Addersley of Tenby, esq.; (ii) Charles Henry Smith of Swansea: Ship called Delven of Milford; Includes full specifications of the ship, giving dimensions and details of when and where built
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/87> Lease for 20 years from 25 Mar. 1849 for £20 for the land, £60 dead rent for the minerals, and royalties for minerals extracted, dated 7 Mar. 1849; (i) Herbert Edward Evans of Eaglesbush, esq.; (ii) Daniel Thomas of Llansamlet, contractor: Farm called Kilvey Mont (80a) in the parish of Llansamlet, together with all the minerals (coal, clay and culm) lying beneath; Endorsed: Assignment of the above lease for £150, dated 14 Oct. 1850, Mary Thomas (widow of (i)), with David Lewis, with John Hopkins, with William Evans, to David Lewis, John Hopkins and - Williams
[1 parchment file]

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<D/D SB 24/88> Lease for 21 years from 29 Sept. 1849 for £305 annual rent dated 15 Oct. 1849; (i) Arthur Francis Gregory of Styvechale, Warwickshire, esq.; (ii) Charles Henry Smith of Gwernllwynchwith, esq.: House and lands called Gwernllwynchwith, and farms called Gwernllwynchwith Cwm and Llangbrwda in the parish of Llansamlet
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<D/D SB 24/89> Release for £160 dated 24 Oct. 1849; (i) Robert Lock of Tenby, gent., and Ann his wife; (ii) John Rees of St George's Street, Tenby, shopkeeper; (iii) Joseph Rees of Tenby, ropemaker: House in St George's Street, Tenby
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/90> Assignment of lease for £650 dated 14 Oct. 1850; (i) Mary Thomas of Travellers' Rest, Llansamlet, widow, with; (ii) David Lewis of Llansamlet, collier, with; (iii) John Hopkins of Llansamlet, collier, with; (iv) William Evans of Swansea, victualler to; (v) David Lewis, John Hopkins and William Evans: All rights of (i) in a lease of a farm called Kilvey Mont (80a) in the parish of Llansamlet, together with all the minerals (coal, clay and culm) lying beneath, originally leased 7 Mar. 1849
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<D/D SB 24/91> Mortgage for £1000 dated 15 Oct. 1850; (i) David Lewis, John Hopkins and William Evans of Llansamlet, colliers, with; (ii) Washington Hamilton Brown of Swansea, gent., to; (ii) William Brown of Tenby, esq.: Farm called Kilvey Mont (80a) in the parish of Llansamlet, together with all the minerals (coal, clay and culm) lying beneath
[1 parchment file]

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<D/D SB 24/92> Mortgage (further charge) for £760 dated 26 Apr. 1851; (i) David Lewis, John Hopkins and William Evans of Llansamlet, colliers; (iii) William Brown of Tenby, esq.: Farm called Kilvey Mont (80a) in the parish of Llansamlet, together with all the minerals (coal, clay and culm) lying beneath
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/93> Covenant for the production of title deeds relating to the sale of pieces of land, not named, Nathaniel Cameron esq. to Charles Henry Smith esq., including list of deeds, 1770 to 1850. 29 Sept. 1852
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/94> Conveyance for £315 dated 11 Oct. 1852; (i) Thomas Lord Denman Baron Denman of Dovedale, Derbyshire, James William Farrer of London, esq., Master in Ordinary of the High Court of Chancery, and George Law of London, esq.; (ii) David Davies of Swansea, draper; (iii) Richard Jenkins of Swansea, gent.: Pieces of land called Cae Black, in the parish of Loughor, Gwynfain Fach and a part of Glannant or Llannant Farm in Llandeilo Talybont parish; Includes plan
[1 parchment file]

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<D/D SB 24/95> Covenant for production of title deeds (for premises in Loughor and Llandeilo Talybont parishes), Nathaniel Cameron to David Davies. 11 Oct. 1852
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/96> Lease for 7 years from 29 Sept. 1853 for £50 annual rent dated 29 Sept. 1853; (i) Charles Henry Smith of Derwen Fawr, esq.; (ii) Henry Knight Eaton of Swansea, merchant: House and lands called Casino, situated near Derwen Fawr in the parish of Swansea
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/97> Conveyance for £400 dated 2 Nov. 1853; (i) David Davies of Swansea, draper, to; (ii) Charles Henry Smith of Derwen Fawr, esq., with; (iii) Richard Jenkins of Swansea, gent.: Pieces of land called Cae Black, in the parish of Loughor, Gwynfain Fach and a part of Glannant or Llannant Farm in Llandeilo Talybont parish
[1 parchment file]

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<D/D SB 24/98> Bill of Sale for £600 dated 19 Dec. 1853; (i) Joseph Redman of West Cowes, Isle of Wight, mariner; (ii) Charles Henry Smith of Swansea, esq.: Steamship called Trimdon Grange
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/99> Conveyance for £1100 dated 1 Dec. 1854; (i) Henry Bath of Swansea, merchant, and Sampson Dawe of Swansea, gent., to; (ii) Charles Henry Smith of Derwen Fawr, esq., with; (iii) Richard Jenkins of Swansea, gent.: Tenements called Gorse y Velin and Loughor Mill (a water mill) in the Borough and Parish of Loughor, and Mynydd Bach y Cox in the parish of Llanrhidian
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/100> Bond in £985 for securing a loan of £492 11s, Charles Henry Smith of Derwen Fawr, esq., to David Francis of Swansea, esq. Includes note to the effect that the debt was paid, 1878. 31 Jan. 1855
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/101> Assignment of Lease dated 23 June 1856; (i) Thomas Lewis of Penclawdd, collier, with; (ii) David Lewis of Llansamlet, collier, John Hopkins of Llansamlet, collier, and William Evans of Swansea, victualler, with; (iii) William Brown of Tenby, esq., to; (iv) David Lewis, John Hopkins and William Evans, and Washington Brown of Swansea, gent.: Farm called Kilvey Mont (80a) in the parish of Llansamlet, together with all the minerals (coal, clay and culm) lying beneath
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/102> Counterpart Underlease for 13 years from 24 June 1856 for 6d per wey of coal raised, dated 24 June 1856; (i) William Brown of Tenby, esq.; (ii) David Lewis of Llansamlet, collier and John Hopkins of Llansamlet, collier: Three coal veins called the 3 feet, the 2 feet and Jenkins's Vein, lying beneath a farm called Kilvey Mont (80a) in the parish of Llansamlet
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/103> Assignment of Lease dated 25 June 1856; (i) William Brown of Tenby, esq.; (ii) Washington Hamilton Brown of Swansea, gent.: Farm called Kilvey Mont (80a) in the parish of Llansamlet, together with all the minerals (coal, clay and culm) lying beneath
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/104> Counterpart Underlease for 13 years from 24 June 1856 for 4d per ton of coal raised, dated 21 Mar. 1857; (i) David Lewis of Llansamlet, collier and John Hopkins of Llansamlet, collier; (ii) Thomas Davies of Llansamlet, collier: Three coal veins called the 3 feet, the 2 feet and Jenkins's Vein, lying beneath a farm called Kilvey Mont (80a) in the parish of Llansamlet
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/105> Counterpart Lease for 7 years from 7 Nov. 1857 for £250 annual rent dated 7 Nov. 1857; (i) Charles Henry Smith of Derwen Fawr, esq.; (ii) John Biddulph of Swansea, esq.: House and lands called Derwen Fawr; Includes plan
[1 parchment file]

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<D/D SB 24/106> Assignment of Lease for £100 dated 30 Nov. 1857; (i) William Harries of Blackpill, gardener; (ii) George Vickery Wakefield of Swansea, victualler: Piece of land (1 acre) at Blackpill, originally leased on 24 June 1830
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/107> Mortgage for £45 dated 19 Jan. 1858; (i) George Vickery Wakefield of Swansea, victualler; (ii) Trustees of the Second Glamorganshire Benefit Building Society: House and land at Blackpill, as above
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/108> Assignment of Lease for £50 dated 9 May 1860; (i) George Vickery Wakefield of Swansea, victualler; (ii) Washington Hamilton Brown of Swansea, gent.: House and land at Blackpill, as above
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/109> Abstract of title of Washington Hamilton Brown to leasehold premises in Blackpill (as above). 1862
[1 file]

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<D/D SB 24/110> Surrender of Lease for £78 10s dated 18 Dec. 1862; (i) Washington Hamilton Brown of Swansea, gent.; (ii) William Harris of Blackpill, fisherman; (iii) John Shaw of Blackpill, market gardener; (iv) Charles Henry Smith of Gwernllwynchwith, esq.: House and land at Blackpill, as above
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/111, 112> Lease and Counterpart Lease for the lives of John Harries, Thomas Harries and William Harries, sons of William Harries, for £10 annual rent dated 19 Dec. 1862; (i) Charles Henry Smith of Gwernllwynchwith, esq.; (ii) John Shaw and William Shaw of Blackpill, market gardeners: Land on the Mumbles Road, with a house built there, as above; Includes plan; Endorsed: pencil note to the effect that the lease was surrendered in 1869
[2 parchments]

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<D/D SB 24/113, 114> Lease and Counterpart Lease for 7 years from 25 Mar. 1863 for £62 annual rent dated 1 Apr. 1863; (i) Charles Henry Smith of Gwernllwynchwith, esq.; (ii) John Oakshot of Swansea, gent.: House called Casino, near Derwen Fawr, with 3a of land lying between Casino and the Halfway House
[2 papers]

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<D/D SB 24/115, 116> Lease and Counterpart Lease for 19 years from 29 Sept. 1864 for £5 annual rent dated 11 July 1863; (i) Charles Henry Smith of Gwernllwynchwith, esq.; (ii) John and William Shaw of Blackpill, market gardeners: Garden land (1a 1r 11p) at Blackpill; Includes plan; Endorsed: pencil note to the effect that the lease was surrendered in 1869
[2 parchments]

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<D/D SB 24/117> Assignment of Lease for £800 dated 10 Nov. 1864; (i) Washington Hamilton Brown of Swansea, gent.; (ii) Thomas Davies of Swansea, colliery proprietor: Farm called Kilvey Mont (80a) in the parish of Llansamlet, with minerals (coal, culm and clay) lying beneath
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/118> Mortgage for £650 dated 12 May 1865; (i) Thomas Davies of Swansea, colliery proprietor; (ii) Jacob Davies Rees of Swansea, agent: Farm called Kilvey Mont (80a) in the parish of Llansamlet, with minerals (coal, culm and clay) lying beneath
[1 parchment file]

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<D/D SB 24/119> Assignment of Lease for £250 dated 20 Aug. 1865; (i) Thomas Davies of Swansea, colliery proprietor, with; (ii) Jacob Davies Rees of Swansea, agent, to; (iii) Charles Henry Smith of Gwernllwynchwith, esq.: Kilvey Mont Colliery, consisting of a farm called Kilvey Mont (80a) in the parish of Llansamlet, with minerals (coal, culm and clay) lying beneath
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/120, 121> Lease and Counterpart Lease for 9 years from 25 Dec. 1868 for £295 annual rent dated 30 Nov. 1868; (i) Charles Henry Smith of Gwernllwynchwith, esq.; (ii) Jeremiah Clarke Richardson of Swansea, esq.: Land and a house called Derwen Fawr, in the lower division of the parish of Swansea, together with all furniture and fittings in the house; Includes plan; Endorsed: pencil note to the effect that the lease was surrendered and a new one made 3 June 1879
[2 parchments]

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<D/D SB 24/122> Surrender of Lease dated 24 Mar. 1869; (i) John and William Shaw of Blackpill, market gardeners; (ii) Charles Henry Smith of Gwernllwynchwith, esq.: Two pieces of land and a house on Mumbles Road, at Blackpill, in the parish of Swansea
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/123> Counterpart Lease for 30 years from 25 Mar. 1869 for £20 annual rent dated 25 Mar. 1869; (i) Charles Henry Smith of Gwernllwynchwith, esq.; (ii) John Shaw of Blackpill, market gardener: House and land on Mumbles Road, at Blackpill, in the parish of Swansea; Includes plan; Endorsed: pencil note to the effect that the lease was assigned to Mr Graham Vivian, 1 May 1873
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/124> Agreement to alter the terms of a lease of Derwen Fawr dated 30 Nov. 1868, extending the term of years from 9 to 15 years, Charles Smith to Jeremiah Clarke Richardson. 4 Nov. 1869
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/125> Counterpart Lease for 30 years from 25 Mar. 1870 for £62 annual rent dated 6 Dec. 1869; (i) Charles Henry Smith of Gwernllwynchwith, esq.; (ii) John Oakshot of Glyndderwen, near Swansea, gent.: House in the lower division of the parish of Swansea formerly known as Casino, now called Glyndderwen
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/126> Agreement dated 26 Aug. 1862; (i) Washington Hamilton Brown of Swansea, gent.; (ii) John Shaw of Blackpill, Swansea, market gardener: Agreement for sale for £87 10s of land at Blackpill leased 24 June 1830
[2 papers]

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<D/D SB 24/127> Agreement dated 21 Aug. 1865; (i) Herbert Edward Evans of Eaglesbush, esq.; (ii) Charles Henry Smith of Gwernllwynchwith, esq.: Agreement for new lease of Kilvey Mont Colliery, for £20 annual rent for surface land and £60 for a sleeping rent, and royalties, for 21 years from 29 Sept. 1865
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/128, 129> Lease and Counterpart Lease for 10 years from 25 Dec. 1878 for £300 annual rent dated 3 June 1879; (i) Robert Townsend Morris of Danygraig, esq., Herbert Riversdale Mansel Jones of London, barrister, and Edward Strick of Swansea, gent., with; (ii) Emily Matilda Morris wife of George Byng Morris, esq., to; (iii) Jeremiah Clarke Richardson of Swansea, esq.: Land and mansion house called Derwen Fawr in the lower division of the parish of Swansea; Includes plan and schedule of pictures included in the lease
[2 parchment files]

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<D/D SB 24/130> Undertaking by Jeremiah Clarke Richardson as to the upkeep of Derwen Fawr House, on his receiving an extension of the lease . 1 Aug. 1884
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/131> Letter containing memorandum of tenancy of 25 Burrows Road by William Hopkins of 13 Kensington Terrace, Swansea, for £18 annual rent. 22 Dec. 1893
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/132> Release dated 16 June 1898; (i) Robert Townsend Morris of Swansea, esq., Herbert Riversdale Mansel Jones of London, barrister, and Edward Strick of Swansea, gent., with; (ii) Emily Matilda Morris, wife of George Byng Morris, esq.; (iii) William Graham Vivian of Clyne Park, esq.: Release from clauses in a deed relating to the repair and maintenance of a house called Bayswater, originally leased along with a house called Tremore Cottage, 1 Jan. 1894
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/133> Counterpart Lease for 21 years from 25 Mar. 1900 for £90 annual rent dated 24 Mar. 1900; (i) Robert Townsend Morris of Swansea, esq., Herbert Riversdale Mansel Jones of London, barrister, and Edward Strick of Swansea, gent., with; (ii) Emily Matilda Morris, wife of George Byng Morris of Danygraig, esq., to; (iii) Felix Hussey Webber of Glyn Dderwen, esq.: House and lands called Glyn Dderwen, in the lower division of the parish of Swansea
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/134> Requests to the trustees by Mrs E. M. Morris and her sons to carry out the above arrangement with Lord Jersey relating to Foxhole Colliery. 1901
[1 envelope]

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<D/D SB 24/135> Release dated 6 Mar. 1902; (i) Alfred Walter Thynne of London, retired Lieutenant Colonel, and the Hon. Charles Cavendish George Byng of Launceston, retired Colonel, with; (ii) Victor Albert George earl of Jersey, to; (iii) Robert Townsend Morris of Swansea, esq., and Herbert Riversdale Mansel Jones of London, barrister, trustees of the estate of Charles Henry Smith, deceased: Release of the trustees of Charles Henry Smith deceased from liability under the terms of a lease of wharves at Foxhole in the parish of Llansamlet dated 3 Apr. 1833
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/136> Surrender by Mrs Emily Matilda Morris of her life interest in a sum of £3750, the proceeds of the sale of Gors-y-Felin and Loughor Mill, resulting from settlements of 23 Oct. 1852 and 1 Dec. 1874. 9 June 1909
[1 parchment]

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Deeds of properties in Cheltenham

<D/D SB 24/137> Grant dated 8 Mar. 1837; (i) Robert Brown Wolseley of Cheltenham, esq. and Eliza Ann his wife; (ii) Lydia Dolbell of Cheltenham, widow ; (iii) John Lewis Mortimer of Cheltenham, esq.: Annuity of £37 payable to (ii)
[1 parchment file]

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<D/D SB 24/138> Warant of Attorney to secure the above annuity, R. B. Wolseley to Lydia Dolbell. 8 Mar. 1837
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/139> Draft Assignment of Mortgage and Release for £1804 12s 4d dated 24 May 1837; (i) Samuel Gwinnett Hornidge of London, gent.; (ii) William Prosser of Cheltenham, gent.; (iii) John Packwood and George Leeds of Cheltenham, solicitors and co-partners: Land in Imperial Square, Cheltenham
[1 file]

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<D/D SB 24/140> Release for £2142 2s dated 2 Oct. 1837; (i) Samuel Gwinnett Hornidge of London, gent.; (ii) William Prosser of Cheltenham, gent.: Pieces of land, formerly part of a field called Well Orchard on the Bayshill Estate, parcelled into lots for building, a road which is to be called Queen's Parade, in Cheltenham; Includes plan
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/141> Conveyance for £659 dated - 1837; (i) George Leeds of Cheltenham, gent.; (ii) The Rev. Henry Elliott Graham of Ludgvan, Cornwall, clerk, George Leeds and Miles Smith of Bath, esq.; (iii) John Sheldon of Cheltenham, builder; (iv) Freeman Padmore of Cheltenham, gent. and Thomas Welden of Leckhampton, farmer: Piece of land called Brick Kiln Close in the parish and manor of Cheltenham, marked out for building, and a house called 14 Imperial Square East, Cheltenham, recently built; Endorsed: pencil note "This seems to have fallen through - E. S."
[1 parchment file]

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<D/D SB 24/142> Memorandum of agreement dated 11 May 1838; (i) John Packwood and Thomas Smith; (ii) William Clarke: Agreement to lease 16 North Place, Cheltenham, on an annual tenancy, for £30 annual rent
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/143> Mortgage for £100 dated 1 Feb. 1840; (i) Joseph Garmson of Cheltenham, builder; (ii) George Leeds of Cheltenham, gent.: Piece of land, part of a field called Brick Kiln Close, in the parish and manor of Cheltenham, with a house built there called 28 Imperial Square
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/144> Agreement dated 10 May 1841; (i) John Packwood of Cheltenham, solicitor; (ii) Mary Day, widow, of Cheltenham: Agreement to lease no. 15 North Place, Cheltenham, for 1 year for £25 annual rent
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/145> Agreement dated 26 Feb. 1842; (i) John Packwood; (ii) George Leeds: Agreement to convey nos. 15 and 16 Northfield Place, Cheltenham for £60
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/146> Grant for £90 dated 26 Mar. 1842; (i) Thomas Broomfield of Cheltenham, bricklayer; (ii) John Packwood of Cheltenham, gent.; (iii) George Leeds of Neath, gent.: Equity of redemption of nos. 15 and 16 Northfield Place, Cheltenham, subject to a mortgage debt of £650 and interest
[1 parchment]

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Abstracts of title

<D/D SB 24/147> Abstract of title of his Grace, Henry Duke of Beaufort and the trustees of his settlement to his estates in Glamorganshire, listing deeds and documents 1750-1837. n.d.
[1 file]

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<D/D SB 24/148> Abstract of title of Sir John Morris, Bart. to several fields and pieces of land situate near Lower Sketty in the county of Glamorgan, listing deeds and documents 1667-1819. n.d.
[1 file]

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<D/D SB 24/149> Abstract of the Mortgage in Fee of Goytree Vawr (Goetre Fawr) from John Morris esq. to the Honourable Charles Greville and others, dated 21 and 22 May 1777. n.d.
[1 file]

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<D/D SB 24/150> Abstract of the settlement made on the marriage of John Morris esq. and Miss Henrietta Musgrave, 1774. n.d.
[1 file]

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<D/D SB 24/151> Abstract of appointment by John Morris esq. to Miss Henrietta Morris of a portion of £2000 previous to her marriage with Nathaniel Lavit Peacock esq., dated 17 June 1803. n.d.
[1 file]

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<D/D SB 24/152> Abstract of the settlement executed by the late Sir John Morris Bart. of his family estates, 1819. n.d.
[1 file]

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<D/D SB 24/153> Abstract of release of portions charged on estates of Sir John Morris Bart. situated in the County of Glamorgan, 1823. n.d.
[1 file]

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<D/D SB 24/154> Abstract of appointment of new trustees under the late Sir John Morris' deed of settlement, 1828. n.d.
[1 file]

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Wills of Charles Henry Smith

<D/D SB 24/155> Draft Will of Charles Henry Smith esq., bequeathing his property to his trustees (a blank is left in the text of the Will), with a sum of money (not filled in) and his household items to his wife Emily. 1865
[1 file]

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<D/D SB 24/156> Draft Will of Charles Henry Smith esq., bequeathing his property to Arundel Smith of Plymouth, and Charles William Rees Stokes of Tenby, in trust for his daughter Emily Matilda Morris, wife of George Byng Morris, . 26 Aug. 1871
[1 file]

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<D/D SB 24/157, 158> Draft Will of Charles Henry Smith esq., bequeathing his property to Arundel Smith of Plymouth, his nephew Herbert R. Mansel Jones and Charles William Rees Stokes of Tenby, in trust for his daughter Emily Matilda Morris, wife of George Byng Morris, also £100 and all his household belongings in his house in Tenby to his wife Georgina Margaret Smith. 2 Apr. 1873
[2 files, duplicates]

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<D/D SB 24/159> Draft Will of Charles Henry Smith esq., bequeathing £100 and his household belongings to his wife Georgina Margaret Smith, and all his other property to his grandson Robert Morris of Danygraig, near Bridgend, esq., his nephew Herbert Riversdale Mansel Jones, and Edward Strick of Swansea, in trust for his granddaughters (not named). 5 Aug. 1876
[1 file]

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<D/D SB 24/160> Probate of the Will of Charles Henry Smith esq., bequeathing £100 and his household belongings to his wife Georgina Margaret Smith, and all his other property to his grandson Robert Morris of Danygraig, near Bridgend, esq., his nephew Herbert Riversdale Mansel Jones, and Edward Strick of Swansea, in trust for his granddaughters (not named). made 5 Aug. 1876, proved 20 May 1878
[1 parchment file]

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<D/D SB 24/161> Certificate of the death of Charles Henry Smith aged 73, died at Lexden House, Tenby. 11 Apr. 1878
[1 paper]

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Documents relating to the administration of the estate of Charles Henry Smith, deceased

<D/D SB 24/162> Appointment by Mr and Mrs George Byng of the residuary trust estate of the late Charles Henry Smith, 13 Dec. 1884, and their revocation of the same appointment dated 4 May 1897. 1884 and 1897
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/163> Appointment by Mr and Mrs George Byng of the unappointed residue of the trust estate of the late Charles Henry Smith dated 11 May 1897, and their revocation of the same appointment dated 20 Aug. 1898. 1897 and 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/164> Appointment by Mr and Mrs G. B. Morris of unappointed residue of the estate of the late Charles Henry Smith, 25 Aug. 1898, and their revocation of the same appointment, dated 19 June 1899. 1898 and 1899
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/165> Notice of irrevocable appointment of share in the trust funds of the estate of Charles Henry Smith in favour of T. Byng Morris esq. and of the assignment by him to the trustees of the settlement made on his marriage. 23 Aug. 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/166> Notice of appointments of share in trust funds to Rose Herbert Morris and of the unappointed residue. 26 Aug. 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/167> Notice of appointment of share in trust funds to Rose Herbert Morris and of the unappointed residue of the estate of Charles Henry Smith. 26 Aug. 1898
[1 paper]

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<D/D SB 24/168> Appointment by Mr and Mrs George Byng Morris of £12000 in favour of their sons, in the matter of the estate of Charles Henry Smith, deceased. 20 June 1899
[1 parchment]

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<D/D SB 24/169> Release dated 8 Feb. 1935; (i) Cedric Lockwood Morris of Pound Farm near Colchester, and Nancy Wilhelmina Lockwood Morris of West Chiltington, Sussex, spinster; (ii) Robert Townsend Morris and Thomas Byng Morris of Swansea, gents.: Release from liability relating to the trusteeship of the estate of Charles Henry Smith, deceased; Includes list of tenants, tenancies rents and properties which make up the Derwen Fawr Estate near Blackpill, Swansea, including houses in Glynderwen Crescent, Derwenfawr Avenue and Ashleigh Road, Swansea
[1 file]

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Schedules of costs incurred by the trustees of the estate of Charles Henry Smith, deceased

<D/D SB 24/170> Charges relating to Bayswater House, Swansea. 1896-1898
[1 file]

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<D/D SB 24/171> Charges relating to Llansamlet Union Club. 1900
[1 file]

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<D/D SB 24/172> Charges relating to Foxhole Collieries. 1900-1902
[1 file]

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<D/D SB 24/173> Charges relating to the appointment of new trustees and the transfer of securities. 1902-1903
[1 file]

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<D/D SB 24/174> Charges relating to the sale of Blackmoor Farm. 1904
[1 paper]

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Inventories

<D/D SB 24/175> Inventory of household goods at 6 Lexden Terrace, Tenby, with note to the effect that it was referred to in an agreement made between Miss Bridget Reynolds Williams and Charles Henry Smith esq. for the sale of furniture in 6 Lexden Terrace, Tenby. 1866
[1 vol.]

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<D/D SB 24/176> Inventory and valuation of goods, farm animals and furniture at Blackmoor Farm. 1873
[1 bundle]

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Correspondence

<D/D SB 24/177> Correspondence as to the investment of money on deposit. 1900
[1 file]

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<D/D SB 24/178> Correspondence as to the investment of £1443 1s and certificates of stock ownership. 1901
[1 file]

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<D/D SB 24/179> Bundle of miscellaneous correspondence relating to the administration of the estate, including conditions of sale of the Cameron Estates, situated in and near the town of Swansea, 1852, judgement in the matter of Bowen and his wife v Scott, various promissory notes, correspondence relating to Portuguese stocks, and a fire insurance policy in the name of Robert Townsend Morris for the farm outbuildings at Derwen Fawr, 1913. 1852-1920
[1 bundle]

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Bundle marked "Mr and Mrs Byng Morris' Settlement"

<D/D SB 24/180> Bundle of papers including the following: Settlement on the marriage of Thomas Byng Morris and Miss Edith Amy Bishop, dated 22 Aug. 1898; (i) Thomas Byng Morris of Machen Lodge, Sketty, esq., with (ii) Edith Amy Bishop, daughter of Frederick Sillery Bishop of Glanrafon, Swansea, esq. and Amy his wife, to (iii) Frederick Sillery Bishop, Robert Townsend Morris of Swansea, esq. and Hugh Bellingham of Swansea, solicitor; Fifth share of the properties mentioned in a settlement of 19 July 1876 (not described); Appointment by George Byng Morris esq. and Mrs Morris of a sum of £7500, part of residuary trust estate of the late Charles Henry Smith in contemplation of the marriage of Thomas Byng Morris esq., 22 Aug. 1898; Appointment by F. T. Bishop esq. and Mrs Bishop of a share of the funds comprised in their marriage settlement in contemplation of the marriage of Miss Edith Amy Bishop, 22 Aug. 1898; Appointment of W. E. Aylwin and R. K. Bellingham to be trustees in the place of the late F. T. Bishop and R. T. Morris, 25 July 1939; Lists of securities, stocks and shares in the names of the trustees of the above marriage settlement, 1939 and 1960; Certificate of the death of Robert Townsend Morris, died 5 June 1939, aged 85. 1898-1960
[1 bundle]

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