Lease (counterpart) for 48 years, rent £100 yearly, 13 Jan. 1860; (i) Starling Benson, late of Swansea but now of Fairy Hill (FAIRYHILL), parish of Reynoldstone (REYNOLDSTON) county of Glamorgan, esquire, to (ii) Jesse Hall, Stephen Neal and Charles Low all of Old Ford Wharf, Bow, county of Middlesex, smelters of ore and copartners carrying on business in copartnership together under style or firm of London Smelting Works; Parcels of land and slag ground at or near Penclawdd, parish of Llanrhidian, county of Glamorgan containing by estimation about 8 acres. Together with works and buildings thereon and use of east side of dock adjoining to same. Which said premises or some part thereof form or constitute site of plant of copper works and premises called Penclawdd (Copper Works); Plan, no scale

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      GB 216 D/D SB 12/36
  • Dates of Creation
      13 Jan. 1860
  • Language of Material
      English
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      1 file of 3 parchments

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