Lease for 60 years, rent £363 yearly merging in royalties of 6d for every statute ton of coal whether large or small worked from demised mine and of 3d for every statute ton of fireclay worked from demised mines, 14 Sep 1928; (i) David Mansel Glasbrook of Brynymor, County Borough of Swansea, esquire and (ii) Edith Amelia Glasbrook of Sketty Court, Sketty, Swansea, widow and John Henry Lionel Glasbrook of Child Okeford Manor, Blandford, county of Dorset, to (iii) Glasbrook Brothers Limited, registered office at 14, Cambrian Place, Swansea: Mines, veins and seams of coal and beds of fireclay immediately under and adjoining in and under: (1) Parcels of land, messuage, buildings and premises known as Gellyorgan Farm in parish of Llangafelach and containing by admeasurement 53 acres, 3 roods, 14 perches or thereabouts. (2) Farm with farmhouse, barns, stables, outhouses, closes, parcels of land belonging thereto called Gellygunora (or Gelligynore) Farm in parish of Llangafelach containing by admeasurement 36 acres, 1 rood or thereabouts. (3) Parcel of land being part of farm called Llysninny in hamlet of Penderry in parish of Llangafelach containing by admeasurement 1 acre or thereabouts. (4) Piece of ground being formerly part of farm and lands called Gellygunora hereinbefore described and containing by admeasurement 67 perches or thereabouts. Together with dwelling-house erected thereon and known as Glynderw. (5) Messuage and lands known as Parc Mawr Farm in parish of Llangafelach containing 95 acres, 1 rood or thereabouts. (6) Fields of arable, meadow or pasture land containing area of 3 acres, 2 roods or thereabouts and forming part of farm known as Gorscoed. Farm known as Bryngolewi containing 65 acres, 2 roods, 31 perches or thereabouts of arable, meadow and pasture land. (7) Messuage, farm and lands called Llysninny in hamlet of Penderry in parish of Llangafelach containing by admeasurement 92 acres, 1 rood, 7 perches or thereabouts. (8) Fields called Coed-cae-Isaf, Coed-cae-Uchaf and Caebrynhir and slang of land on opposite of road from Swansea to Pontardulais and opposite to Caerbrynhir, all formerly part of Bachygwreiddyn Farm in parish of Llangafelach and containing by admeasurement 13 acres and 14 perches or thereabouts. Secondly, vein of coal known as 5 foot vein lying in and under: (i) Piece of ground with dwelling-house erected thereon formerly called Ynisfechan but now Gellyawr, near Gorseinon in parish of Llangafelach. (2) Piece of ground forming part of Pentwyn estate and situate near Kingsbridge in parish of Loughor and containing area of 1 acre and 7 perches; Recites agreement, 24 Jun 1913, will of John Glasbrook, 7 May 1917 and assent 29 Dec 1925; Plans, scale: 6 inches to 1 mile

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      GB 216 D/D SB 15/149
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      29 Dec 1925
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      English
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      1 file of 3 papers and 2 plans