1. John James Saint of Speldhurst in the County of Kent, Clerk and Charles Harrison of Bedford Row, Holborn, Middlesex esquire; 2. The said Charles Harrison 3. John Forbes Calland of Glyn Clydach Near Neath, Glamorgan esquire. Augustus Percival Calland of Inverness Road, Bayswater, in the said County of Middlesex esquire Frederick Calland of Hertford Street Mayfair in the said County of Middlesex esquire and Henry Patrick of Clarendon Terrace Notting Hill, esquire and 4. John Feltham of Lombard Street in the City of London, Banker Samuel Hayhurst Lucas of Great Tower Street in the same City, Corn Factor Charles Lushington of Kensington Palace Gardens, Bayswater, in the said County of Middlesex, esquire, Member of Parliament and Robert Ingham of Inner Temple, London aforesaid, esquire. Barrister at Law; Transfer of Mortgages on parts of the Trust Estates of Charles Calland, esquire, deceased for securing £5,000 and £500 interest. Messuages and lands commonly called and known by the name Ynnis Tanglws in the Parish of Llansamlet, Glamorgan. Also all that forge commonly called Forest Forge adjoining Forest Farm with the Water Corn Grist Mill, the Forest Mill, and the Tilt Hammer Mill or Smiths Forge situate in the Parish of Llansamlet. Land commonly called the Forest Estate, Messuages commonly called Ynis Howell Tyr Arnault, Tyr Cennol and Brin-be-dorion situate in Llangyfelach. 1 October, 1849

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      GB 216 D 218/15 pt1/6
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      1849
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