Lease (counterpart), for 21 years, from 25 March 1916, fixed rent £26 10s per annum, 7d for every ton of culm or coal raised out of bed, vein and seam hereby demised, for every acre of surface of described land coloured green on plan that shall be entered upon, used or occupied by (iv) rent £5 yearly and so in proportion for any less quantity than acre, wayleave rent of 1½d for every ton of coal, culm and other minerals obtained during term hereby granted from any mines not comprised in present demise which shall be carried through premises hereby demised, 25 Sep 1917; (i) Elizabeth Jenkin of Birkwell Cottage, Sidmouth, county of Devon, widow and (ii) Ernest Holtham Leeder of 46, Waterloo Street, county borough of Swansea, surveyor and (iii) Ernest Holtham Leeder and Beatrice Jenkin of Mirador, Hambrook, county of Gloucester, widow, executors of will of David Trevillian Jenkin, late of Mirador, Hambrook aforesaid, gentleman, to (iv) William Walker Holmes of Bryn Rhos, Walter Road, Swansea, Frederick Eugene Finlayson of Gwynfa, Caswell, near Mumbles and Edward Evans of 102, Walter Road, Swansea, colliery proprietors, carrying on business in partnership at 2, Gloucester Place, Swansea, under style or firm of W. W. Holmes and Co.: Part of parts of vein or seam of coal and culm called Penclawdd vein (being continuation of that vein or seam of coal and culm now being worked by (iv) on their adjoining property as remains or remain unworked lying under surface of holding known as Brooklands at Dunvant in parish of Llanrhidian containing by admeasurement 13 acres, 1 rood and 20 perches or thereabouts; Recites settlement, 31 Mar 1894 (see D/D SB 16/136) and will of David Trevillian Jenkin, 30 Jul 1912, proved, 15 Mar 1916 (see D/D SB 16/378); Endorsed : plan, scale : 1/1250

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      GB 216 D/D SB 16/218
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      15 Mar 1916
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