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Account book,

A volume containing an inventory of the estate of the late David Allen, Esq., of Dale, Pembrokeshire, 9 May, 1786, and statements of accounts, 1786-1822, of Abraham Leach the younger and John Leach, executors of his will; a statement of account with Messrs. Thomas Coutts & Co., London, 1787-95; and statements of accounts with Mrs. Elinor Lloyd of Dale Castle, and with legatees under her will, 1786-1834. Among the few insets is a holograph letter from B. R. Robertson, Haverfordwest, to John Leach, Pembroke, 1829 (the redemption of a bond).

Account book,

A notebook containing settled statements of account between [Abraham Leach the elder] and Charles Tyler, Esq., 1789-1812.

Abraham Leach.

Account book,

An account book begun by Abraham Leach [the elder], containing statements with numerous individual clients touching the payment of interest on mortgages, bonds, and loans, 1755-1837.

Abraham Leach.

Account book,

A notebook containing settled statements of account between John Leach and R. C. Treweeks, chemist and bookseller, Pembroke, 1869-76.

John Leach.

Account book,

A volume containing entries of receipts for rent, interest, timber sales, 'my Lords Part of Loveston Colliery', etc., 1794-1807, and statements of accounts with individual tenants and debtors, 1793-1843.

Account book,

A notebook containing particulars of receipts and disbursements, 1837-47, largely in connection with the death, and the administration of the estate, of John Leach [of Pembroke].

Account book,

A notebook of Mrs. Charlotte Leach containing statements of accounts with Messrs. [Thomas] Coutts & Co., 1838-79 (with references to receipts of dividend, to payments by the executors of John Leach, etc.); entries of the receipt of rent in respect of Golden Hill fields [in St. Mary, Pembroke], 1849-77; and accounts with her son John Leach of payments towards her half-yearly income, 1847-75.

Charlotte Leach.

Account book,

A notebook containing statements of account of Henry Leach [of Loveston] with individual members of the Leach family (with references to the estates of John Prout and John Leach), 1787-1802.

Henry Leach.

Account book,

A notebook containing particulars of receipts and disbursements by F. G. L[each] and Wm. Allen [executors of the late John Leach of Pembroke], 1841-6.

F. G. Leach and William Allen.

Account book,

A volume containing entries of day-to-day disbursements by Henry Leach, Loveston, Pembrokeshire, 1785-1800, in respect of food, clothing, rates and taxes, servants' wages, lime, culm, etc. Beginning at the end of the volume are accounts, 1786-1803, with individual servants and craftsmen, etc. Among the insets are holograph letters to Henry Leach from Wm. Brace [Loveston], 1788-94 and undated, and William Evans, Loveston, 1789-94, relating to the management of the recipient's properties.

Henry Leach and others.

Account book,

An account book begun by [John Leach, Pembroke], containing statements with individual clients, 1832-73, as in MS. 11198. Inset is a holograph letter from J. W. Summers, Haverfordwest, to the Reverend F. G. Leach, St. Petrox, 1842 (the payment of interest due to the late Jno. Leach from the Tavernspite [Turnpike] Trust).

John Leach.

Account book,

A notebook begun by Abraham Leach [the elder], containing statements of accounts with individual clients, 1792-1830.

Abraham Leach.

Account book,

A notebook containing settled statements of account between J. Leach, Esq., and W. Walkinton & Son, chemists, Tenby, 1874-6.

John Leach.

Allen estate accounts,

A statement of receipts and disbursements, 1768-81, in connection with the administration of the estate of John Allen of Llanelly, Carmarthenshire, together with particulars of encumbrances on the estate, and of money received by Miss [Elinor] Allen, 1768-76, from her tenants in Whitchurch [in Dewsland], Haverfordwest, Dale, Robeston, Hays Castle, Llanstadwell, etc., in Pembrokeshire. The administration accounts refer to a partnership with Thos. Bowen in a colliery at Llanelly, an annuity bequeathed to the poor of the parish of Llanelly, funeral expenses, the carriage of paintings from Dale to Haverfordwest, and the clearing of pictures sold to Sir Richard Phillipps [sic] [Lord Milford], the receipt of rents and of St. Anne's Lighthouse dues, the sale of household effects, etc.

Army message books,

Two volumes of Army Book 153, containing carbon copies of field messages sent and received by, and receipts made to, Captain [Henry Edmund] Burleigh Leach, adjutant, 3rd Battalion, M. I., during the South African War, from 7 May to 2 July, 1901.

Henry Edmund Burleigh Leach and others.

Bank book,

Bank book, 1837-47, of Mrs. Charlotte Leach, the Reverend Wm. Allen, and the Reverend F. G. Leach, executrix and executors of the late John Leach [of Pembroke], esq.

Charlotte Leach, William Allen, and F. G. Leach.

Begelly estate accounts, &c.,

  • NLW MS 11184B
  • File
  • 1780-1791 / Abraham Leach.
  • Part of Corston MSS,

A volume containing a settled account, 31 January, 1791, of receipts and disbursements, 1780-91, on the estate of Bigelly belonging to James Child, Esq., made by Abraham Leach [the elder], Pembroke, mortgagee in possession. At the end of the volume are short statements of account in respect of bonds and mortgages by Abraham Leach to the Reverend Dr. John Philipps, Haverfordwest, 1780-1, the Right Hon. Sir Richard Philipps, Lord Milford, of Picton Castle, 1780, and James Child, 1780-1.

Cash book,

A cash book of Elliot John Brook containing particulars of personal disbursements, 1877-8, and of personal disbursements and receipts, 1879-81.

Elliot John Brook.

Cash books,

  • NLW MSS 11213B, 11214-11221A, 11222-11224B
  • File
  • 1863-1894 / Thomas Brook.
  • Part of Corston MSS,

Cash books containing particulars of personal and household disbursements, with summaries and analyses, by Thomas Brook [of St. Mary's Hill, Tenby], 1863-94.

Corston MSS,

  • NLW MSS 11162-11228
  • Fonds
  • 1745-1905 /

Papers, 1745-1905, relating mainly to the Leach family of Corston and Ivy Tower, Pembrokeshire, the collection being largely composed of accounts, sale books, rentals and other details of estate management, together with material relating to family wills and personal estate. Amongst the material not directly relating to Corston and Ivy Tower are a late eighteenth century commonplace book belonging to Thomasina Smith (afterwards wife of Abraham Leach of Corston); a log book, 1864-1867, of Robert Owen Leach, commanding officer of HMS Liverpool; and army message books, 1901, kept by Captain Henry Edmund Burleigh Leach whilst serving in the South African War.

Leach family, Corston and Ivy Tower

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