Assignment of leases (and duplicate) for residue of terms of 99 years, 22 years except 3 days, 60 years and 40 years, for £5,000, rents £150, £130, £130, £25, £60 and £30, 24 Aug. 1858; i) Starling Benson of Swansea, county of Glamorgan, esquire, at request and by direction of (ii) George Eaton of Walbrook Buildings, city of London, civil engineer, George Fentiman of Upper East Smithfield, parish of St. Botolph, Aldgate, county of Middlesex, druggist, and John Robins Vivian of Stonehouse, county of Devon, coal merchant, to (iii) Penclawdd Colliery Company Limited.; Portions of Penclawdd colliery, mines, veins and seams of coal and culm, coal and coal works, coal pits and coal levels and beds of coal and culm of all nature, kind and quality soever which then were or could or might be opened, found out or known or which should or might be there after opened, found out or obtained within or under messuages, tenements and lands, fields, closes and parcels of land called Bevan's lands at or near Penclawdd, parish of Llanrhidian, county of Glamorgan. Mines, veins and seams of coal and culm in, within or under lands belonging to messuage or tenement called Kevenbych otherwise Kevenbuchan (CEFN-BYCHAN) and messuage, tenement, farm and lands called Blaenkeay containing 42 acres, 1 rood and 20 perches. All coal to be had, found, gotten in, from and out of veins of coal called Penlam (PENLAN), Rock, Clement and Glylid veins or any other veins between Penlan and Glylid veins lying under certain fields or closes of land called Cold Harbour and Saint Wall and farm and lands called Brynhir; Recites deeds, 8 June 1827 - 4 Mar. 1856

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      GB 216 D/D SB 12/34/1-2
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      8 June 1827 - 4 Mar. 1856
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      English
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