Inland Revenue. Succession duty on real property. Register 13 of Year 1879, Folio 90. Account (and draft) of succession in real property of William Denman Benson of Inner Temple, London, barrister at law, upon death of Starling Benson who died on 16 Jan. 1879, derived from said Starling Benson, his will proved in Probate Division of High Court of Justice at District Registry at Carmarthen on 10 Mar. 1879; Freehold messuages, tenements and closes of land called Penlan, near Penclawdd, parish of Llanrhidian, county of Glamorgan, containing 15 acres, 2 roods and 35 perches; freehold parcels of land at place called Aberkedy, parish of Llanrhidian containing 14 acres and 19 perches; freehold parcels of land and copper works theron at Penclawdd containing 10 acres and 17 perches; freehold messuage or tenement and parcels of land and quarry also called Penlan, parish of Llanrhidian containing 12 acres and 4 perches; freehold piece of land or furze ground part of Aberkedy aforesaid containing 2 acres and 22 perches and land share containing 3 roods and 10 perches or thereabouts; close of land called Morfa Cwm with dock thereon and 3 closes of land now containing 5 acres, 1 rood and 29 perches at Penclawdd; portion of foreshore of River Loughor purchased from Duke of Beaufort in 1873. Total gross annual value, £368. 12 shillings 6 pence; total annual value of deductions, £1. 10 shillings; net annual value, £367. 2 shillings 6 pence. 7 Feb. 1880

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