Correspondence between Mrs M. A. Prichard and E. T. Davies of 6 Brynymor Crescent, Swansea, and Robert J. Fenwick, minister of Pell Street Methodist Church, including Recital of conveyance of Lease dated 2 Sept. 1862, (i) William John of Heathfield Street, Swansea, grocer, to (ii) John Rees Brenton, collector of rates, John Excell of Swansea, tea dealer, Samuel Richards of Hafod near Swansea, copperman, Abraham Sutton of Swansea, outfitter, William Henry Standbury of Swansea, plumber, James Frost of Swansea, potter, Thomas Beynon of Swansea, plumber, Thomas Griffiths of Swansea, master mariner, John Taylor of Blackpill in Oystermouth, labourer, and Benjamin Sneyd of Morriston in Llangyfelach, brick manufacturer; That portion of land not included in the lease to Reverend George Dobson (17 Dec. 1859, recited in 4/2 above), in which is now erected a shed and boiler for tea making, reserving only the southern boundary wall, to support the roof of a printer's shop now intended to be erected. 1862-1935

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