Counterpart lease for term of 21 years, annual rent £400 (other rents and duties not extracted) dated 1 Oct 1856; between i) Isaac Redwood of Cae Wern (Cae-wern) near Neath, Cadoxton-juxta-Neath parish, Glamorgan, currier; Christiana Abberley Price of Glenvelin Cottage near Neath, Glamorgan, spinster; Theodore Fox of Neath Abbey near Neath, Glamorgan, ironfounder; Jane Gurney Fox of Roscrow near Penryn, Cornwall, widow; Alfred Fox of Falmouth, Cornwall, merchant; Charles Fox of Trebah, Cornwall, merchant; Charles Henry Waring of the Darran near Neath, Cadoxton-juxta-Neath parish, Glamorgan, iron and coal merchant; Henry Abberley Price of Neath Abbey near Neath, Glamorgan, ironfounder and Charles Struve Price of Neath Abbey near Neath, Glamorgan, coalmaster; ii) William Pegg the elder, William Pegg the younger and William Watson of Llansamlet parish, Glamorgan, esqs., and William Hawtrey of Trimley, Surrey, esq.; All the vein or seam of coal called Brynddewy or Graigola vein lying beneath the following properties: the messuages called Blane Bran Vaur (otherwise Blaen Brane Vaur), Tir-y-milwr (otherwise Tir y Millur), Tir meyrickychau (otherwise Tir meyrick vychan) and Tir Morgan Matthew, now all called the Glanbrane estate, Llansamlet parish, Glamorgan Also the messuages called Brane Brane ucha (otherwise Blaen Brane ucha otherwise Blaen Brane fach) and Skyborwen in Llansamlet parish, Glamorgan Also one cottage together with one parcel of land called Cwm Glyn formerly in the occupation of Evan Simms. now part of the tenement called Kilvrane, (also Llansamlet parish, Glamorgan); Includes: Plan showing Glanbrane and Glanbranefach properties and surrounding area; scale 1": 4 chains, with schedule showing field names and acreages; Endorsed: 28; NAS L112

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      GB 3167 NAS NACC 3/13
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      1 Oct 1856
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      9 parchments; 4 seals

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