Lease for 60 years, rent £2. 2 shillings yearly, 21 Sep. 1842; (i) Thomas Starling Benson, late of Russell Square, county of Middlesex, but now of Teddington, same county, esquire, Sharon Turner of Red Lion Square, same county, gentleman, Reverend Henry Roxby Roxby of Saint Olaves, Old Jewry, city of London, clerk, Starling Benson of Swansea, county of Glamorgan, esquire, (ii) Thomas Starling Benson and with consent of Elizabeth his wife, to (iii) Governor and Company of Copper Miners in England; Parcel of ground being part and parcel of farm and lands called Glais Farm in parish of Cadoxton juxta Neath, county of Glamorgan. Together with all buildings, erections and conveniences to be built or erected by (iii) their successors and assigns on said parcel of ground. Reserving out of present lease all mines, minerals and quarries in, under and upon said premises with necessary liberties and powers of working, raising, loading and carrying away same.; Plan, scale: 1 chain to 1 inch

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      GB 216 D/D SB 12/15
  • Dates of Creation
      21 Sep. 1842
  • Language of Material
      English
  • Physical Description
      1 parchment

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