Lease for 21 years, yearly sleeping rent of £700, by way of royalty sum of 7 shillings for every wey of coals which shall be worked and raised from demised premises by (ii), their executors, administrators or assigns in any year of term over and above 2,000 weys which last mentioned quanitity shall and may be worked without payment of any land money, over and above fixed or sleeping rent, clear fixed rent of £300, clear yearly rent of £42.10 shillings for use of machinery and plant, 16 Mar. 1852; (i) John Parsons of Graig Cottage, near Neath, county of Glamorgan and of Cambrian Place, Swansea, same county, esquire, to (ii) Starling Benson of Swansea, esquire and Charles Henry Smith of Derwen fawr, same county, esquire; Ynisymond colliery and works, vein, mine and seam of coal called Graigola vein, in and under farms called Tyr Einon, Noyadd Wen and Glais, hamlet of Ynisymond, parish of Cadoxton juxta Neath, Glamorgan

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  • Reference
      GB 216 D/D SB 12/25
  • Dates of Creation
      16 Mar. 1852
  • Language of Material
      English
  • Physical Description
      1 file of 4 parchments

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