Lease, for 14 years, from 25 March 1858, rent £18 yearly, 10 Jun 1858; (i) Anna Maria Davies of town of Swansea, widow, to (ii) Richard Adams of Mumbles, parish of Oystermouth, gentleman: Messuage called The Ship Inn at Penclawdd in parish of Llanrhidian and now or late in occupation of Tudor James or his undertenants. Together with outhouses, buildings, garden to said messuage belonging; (ii), his executors, administrators and assigns shall and will at his and their own costs and charges within space of six calendar months from date hereof lay out and expend to satisfaction of (i), her heirs or assigns in and upon repairing, reinstating and improving said messuage and premises hereby demised sum of £50 at least; Endorsed: surrender, 2 Apr 1870 (i) within named Richard Adams to (ii) Edward Mathews Davis of town of Swansea, gentleman. Hereditaments and premises comprised in and demised by within indenture

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      GB 216 D/D SB 16/86/1-2
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      2 Apr 1870
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