Conveyance, for £5,250 and 10s, 4 Sep 1845; (i) John Harris of Wapping, city of London, coal merchant and Henry Knight, heretofore of Norway Wharf, Limehouse, city of London, but now of Swansea, hoop merchant and (ii) Mary Eaton of Brynymor House, near Swansea, widow, Samuel Harford Lury of city of Bristol, gentleman and Ann Knight, his wife, Robert Eaton of Brynymor House, gentleman, Jane Eaton of Brynymor House, spinster, Henry Knight Eaton of Brynymor House, gentleman and Margaret Eaton of Brynymor House, spinster, with considerations paid by (iii) to John Harris (his co-trustee of will of Robert Eaton) and (vi) to (iii), to use of (iv) John Henry Bolton of Lincolns Inn, county of Middlesex, gentleman, upon trust for (iii) said Henry Knight: Mansion house called Brynymor house with gardens, yards, shrubberies, plantations, pleasure grounds and other grounds thereto belonging in town and franchise of Swansea late in occupation of Robert Eaton, deceased, containing by admeasurement 27 acres, 2 roods and 19 perches more or less but which said hereditaments or site thereof were or was heretofore formerly known by description following: 5 fields adjoining together on south side of turnpike road leading from Saint Helens to Gower at or near place called The White Style and adjoining certain tenement called The Rheedings, which said 5 fields were formerly 8 parcels of land and were formerly in several occupations of John Vaughan, Margaret Griffith, Richard Matthews, John Griffith and Matthew Thomas, their or some or one of their undertenants or assigns and afterwards of William Lewis, butcher and more recently of John Charles Collins or his undertenants and which said fields were described as containing by admeasurement 24 acres, 3 roods and 23 perches more or less. Also field in Saint Helens containing by admeasurement 2 acres and 38 perches more or less, some time since in possession of John Morgan and late of Robert Eaton; Recites will of Robert Eaton, 12 Aug 1887, will of Thomas Eaton, 3 Nov 1843 and documents, 4 Dec 1844-25 Jul 1845; Plan, scale: 2 chains to 1 inch

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