File Messrs Frere & Cholmeley Deeds/ 329. - Agreement concerning a lease of quarries on Precelly Mountain, in the parish of Maenclochog, co. Pembroke,

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Messrs Frere & Cholmeley Deeds/ 329.

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Agreement concerning a lease of quarries on Precelly Mountain, in the parish of Maenclochog, co. Pembroke,

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  • 1837, Sept. 26. (Creation)

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1. Sir John Owen, of Orielton, co. Pembroke, Hugh Owen Owen of Llanstinan; William Owen and James Owen, upholsterers, Joseph Tombs, merchant; William Rees, John Phillips, druggist, Joseph Marychurch, ironmonger; and Thomas Beynon, merchant, all of Haverforwest;. 2. The said Hugh Owen Owen;. 3. Thomas Rennie Hutton, of No. 5 Jeffries Square, London. Agreement concerning a lease of quarries on Precelly Mountain, in the parish of Maenclochog, co. Pembroke.

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Preferred citation: Messrs Frere & Cholmeley Deeds/ 329.

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  • Text: Messrs Frere & Cholmeley Deeds/ 329.