Lease (counterpart), for (ii)’s natural life, term to commence and begin immediately from death of Mary, late wife of Thomas Davies of town of Swansea, mariner, deceased and now of (ii) and Richard, her son, for £10 10s, rent £16 16s, 1 Jul 1793; (i) Edward Mathews of city of Bristol, gentleman, to (ii) Richard Batten of town of Swansea, mariner, with (iii) Gabriel Jeffreys of town of Swansea, gentleman and John Jeffreys of town of Swansea, gentleman, (i)’s attorneys.: Dwelling house with outhouses thereunto belonging situate opposite Parade in town of Swansea commonly known by name of Three Cranes and now in occupation of (ii), his undertenants or assigns; Endorsed: memorandum that on 2 August 1793 possession and seisin was had and taken of dwelling house, outhouses within mentioned by Gabriel Jeffreys, one of attorneys within named, to hold to within named Richard Batten for and during his natural life according to purport, intent and meaning of within written indenture

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      GB 216 D/D SB 16/37
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      2 August 1793
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