Conveyance by lease and release (release missing) (copy) dated 24 Mar 1772; Herbert Evans of Swansea, esq., surviving heir of William Evans of Llantwit-juxta-Neath, deceased, who was the nephew and devisee of Edward Evans, to William Rees of Cardiff, gent: Eaglesbush Farm, once the residence of Edward and William Evans, a water corn grist mill called Felin y Cwm with all the water ways and wiers belonging to it, a tucking mill in the occupation of William Pruddew, a farm called Tudan y Graig in the occupation of Jane George, a farm called Kefeny Coed with all the outhouses and stables, all in the parish of Llantwit-juxta-Neath, messuages or farms called Tyr y Sekir Mawr and Tyr y Sekir Bach in the parish of Neath in the tenures of William Hopkin and Richard John Daniel, farm called Tyr y Cimla in the occupation of John Bevan, in the parish of Llantwit-juxta-Neath, a farm called Llanarch Clay dir in the parish of Llansamlet, Bolgoed Farm, in Llandeilo Talybont parish, in the occupation of Rees William, a farm called Pandy Bach in Llandeilo Talybont parish, in the occupation of Griffith William, a farm called Skibor Fach in Llandeilo Talybont in the occupation of David William, a farm called Ynis Lougher in Llandeilo Talybont parish, in the occupation of John Williams, a small messuage in the parish of Baglan measuring 7a in the tenure of Thomas Richard, David Morgan and William Griffith, a piece of meadow called Cae Main Llwyd in the parish of Aberavon measuring 6a, all the houses in the occupations of David Griffith, David Morgan, John Morgan, Jane David, Joseph Woods, Thomas Rogers, David Richard, Richard Bowen, Robert Thomas gent., William Davies clerk, Luce Benbow widow and David Hopkins gent., all in the town of Neath, and all the houses in the occupation of Margaret Thomas, John Leyson, Jenkin James, Walter David, William Thomas, Thomas Jenkin, Mathew Mathew, Richard Smith, John Bowen, Richard John Daniel, Jane Thomas, Margaret John, Lewis Lewis, Lewis Edward, Elizabeth Meredith, Elizabeth Thomas, Job Hycock, William Jenkin, Mary Charles and William Jenkin, all in Melincrythan, Eastland, Tyla Garw and the Merra, a piece of meadow land at Eatland (1a), meadow called Cae Hewl Goidog (4a), customary acre in Cae Streef, all in Neath parish, a wharf called Evans Bank for coal shipping, messuages or houses and gardens in Swansea in the occupation of-Jones widow, Nathaniel Lloyd, Benjamin Oakley, Alice Hughes widow, Edward Edwards and-Fruder

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      GB 216 D/D RE 1/77
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