Grant of way leave for 40 years from 25 March 1867, rent £10 yearly, royalty of 4d for every ten tons (and so in proportion for less quantity) of coals and cinders, culm, iron stone, iron ore, fire clay or other minerals, stones, metals, implements, goods, merchandize, commodities or other things which shall during term be led or carried over and along tram or waggon way and sideway or any part thereof, 25 Mar 1867; (i) Ann Morgan Perrott of Willoughby House, Suffolk Square, town of Cheltenham, county of Gloucester, widow, Ann Davies Lloyd of Kibrue, county of Cardigan, widow and Sir Thomas Davies Lloyd of Bronwydd, county of Cardigan, baronet, to (ii) John Glasbrook of Morriston, colliery proprietor and Evan Matthew Richards of Swansea, esquire: Through and over lands of (i) in parish of Llandelotalybont and liberty for (ii), their executors, administrators and assigns and their agents, servants and workmen to enter upon and to make, lay and repair 1 main tram or waggon wag with 1 side way. Upon plan intended route of tram or waggon way is shown for leading and carrying with horses, waggons, trucks and other carriages unto and towards nearest point of line of Llanelly Railway and Dock Company coals and cinders gotten by (ii), their executors, administrators or assigns and also for leading and carrying colliery utensils, iron, timber, stones and other materials, matters or things whatsoever to and from any of coal staiths of (ii), their executors, adminstrators or assigns on any line of Llanelly Railway and Dock Company from and to any colliery of theirs; Plan, scale: 3 chains

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  • Reference
      GB 216 D/D SB 15/61
  • Dates of Creation
      25 Mar 1867
  • Language of Material
      English
  • Physical Description
      1 file of 3 parchments