Lease (and counterpart) for 99 years from 25 Dec 1867, rent £6 9s yearly, 17 Sep 1870; (i) John Crow Richardson of Pantygwydir, esquire, to (ii) Philip Andrew and Henry William Crowhurst, both of town of Swansea, brewers and copartners: Piece of ground situate in Saint Helen's road and containing by admeasurement in front towards that road 20 feet or thereabouts and in depth 78 feet or thereabouts. Together with power to build 1 good and substantial dwellinghouse (but not more than 1) with all suitable and necessary conveniences thereto on said piece of ground to entire satisfaction of (i), his heirs or assigns or his or their agent or surveyor for time being. (Except and always reserved out of this demise unto (i), his heirs and assigns all mines, minerals and quarries in, under and upon said premises); Endorsed: plan, scale: 30 feet to inch. Surrender, 27 Feb 1877. (i) Henry William Crowhurst to (ii) John Crow Richardson. Piece of ground and premises demised by within written indenture. Dwellinghouse and buildings now standing and being thereon

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      GB 216 D/D SB 14/61/1-2
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      27 Feb 1877
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