1 January, 1843 1. Henry Patrick of Montpellier Square, Brompton, Middlesex, esquire, John Forbes Calland of the same place, esquire Robert Denby Woodifield of the custom House in the City of London esquire. Trustees of the last Will and Testament of Charles Calland 2. The said John Forbes Calland and Augustus Percival Calland and Frederick Calland of Hertford Street, Middlesex; 3. The said John Forbes Calland (as the eldest brother and heir at Law of Charles George Calland; 4. William Rees of the Parish of Llangyfelach, Glamorgan, Collier,. Lease of piece of ground situate at Tyrcennol in the Parish of Llangyfelach in the County of Glamorgan, at a yearly rent of £1.7shillings to be paid in two half yearly instalments on 25 March and 29 September in each and every year of the said term of 63 years. Also endorsed: 23 June, 1903 1. The Reverend Joseph Rees Lewis of the Manse Donnington, Salop, Minister of the Gospel and Thomas Lewis of Plas-y-Coed Morriston, Glamorgan, Blacksmith; 2. Charles Forbes Calland of 72 Mark Lane in the City of London Merchant and Eustace Frederick Calland of Putney, Surrey, esquire; 3. William Williams of Maesygwernen Hall, Glamorgan esquire Thomas William James of 24 Goat Street in the County Borough of Swansea, Solicitor, and William John Rees of The Laurels, in the County Borough of Swansea, aforesaid, Land Agent. Surrender of premises at Cwmfelinfach Morriston, Glamorgan. 1843-1903

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