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- 1852, March 12.
1 William Garrow of Jaffa, Ceylon, The Rev. Edward William Garrow of Dowdeswell, Gloucestershire, clerk, Anna Maria Garrow and Georgina Letitia Garrow of Canterbury, spinsters, Waldo Hicks Philips of Guernsey, and Arabella his wife, The Rev. William Bradstreet of Lower Hardres, clerk, and Katherine Caroline, his wife. 2 Germain Simon Rateau D'Egryselle of Paris. 3 William Nanson Lettsom of Padington, and The Rev. William Bradstreet. Assignment of a life interest in the share of the late wife of G. S. R. d'Egryselle under the will of Sir William Garrow.
- 1819, June 22.
1 Catharine Fernythough of Worcester, widow. 2 Edward Hawkins of Dylais, co. Glam. 3 Samuel Hawkins of the same. 4 Ellin Hawkins, Catherine Hawkins, and Mary Anne Hawkins of Lithfield, spinsters. 5 William Gronow of Cadoxtone, esq. Assignment of leasehold properties in Cadoxtone, co. Glam. With a bond of indemnity.
- 1757, April 27.
1 Morgan David of Lantrissent, co. Glam., gent. 2 Llewellin Yeorath of Lanharry, yeoman, and Anne his wife. 3 William Gibbon of Trecastle, p. Llanharry, gent., one of the coroners of co. Glam. Assignment of mortgage of a customary messuage and lands called Kaer dre, Kaer dre vach, Kaer Coed, Erw bartha, Tair Erw gwtta, and Tair erw kae ton in Lanharry, co. Glam.
- GB 0210 AUGRRY
- 1753-1865 (accumulated ) /
Deeds collect by J. Augusta Berry, mainly relating to properties in Glamorgan, Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire, 1753-1865.
- 1753, April 27.
1 Lewelin Yeorath of Lanharry, co. Glam., yeoman, and Anne, his wife. 2 Morgan David of Lantrissent, gent. Confirmation of mortgage of a customary messuage and lands called Kaer dre, Kaer dre vach, Kaer Coed, Erw bartha, Tair Erw gwtta, and Tair erw kae ton in Lanharry, co. Glam.
- 1830, March 9.
1 The Hon. Sir William Garrow, kt. 2 Leonard Smith of London, merchant, Edward Loweth Badeley of Paper Buildings, Temple, London, and William Nanson Lettsom of Grays Inn, esq. Conveyance of freehold estates in Kent, Hertfordshire, Middlesex, and co. Glam., with a covenant to surrender copyhold estates in the manor of Barnet.
- 1865, Feb. 2.
1 Sarah Elizabeth Philips White of Newington, Surrey, widow. 2 Robert King Cross of Wiveliscombe, Somerset, draper, and Lilla Philipps Cross. 3 Alexander Ridgway and Tobias Gainsford Ridgway of Leicester Square, gentlemen. Conveyance of the Langharne estates in co. Pemb.
- 1813, March 31.
1 William Gronow of Swansea, esq. 2 Phillip Elliot of the same, doctor of physic. Deed to lead to the uses of a fine to be levied upon Cefen Thrim isha in Llangevelach.
- 1853, Jan. 19.
- 1813, April 6.
Final Concord in a fine levied between Phillip Elliot, doctor of physic, plaintiff, and William Gronow, esq., deforceant, when the deforceant acknowledged two messuages in Llangevelah to be the right of the plaintiff.
- 1762, Jan. 27.
1 Lewellin Yeorath of Lanharry, co. Glam., yeoman, and Anne his wife. 2 James Thomas of Lanharry, yeoman. 3 William Gibbon, esq. Further Mortgage of a customary messuage and lands called Kaer dre, Kaer dre vach, Kaer Coed, Erw bartha, Tair Erw gwtta, and Tair erw kae ton in Lanharry, co. Glam.
- 1777, Sept. 29.
1 The Hon. George Venables Vernon of Briton Ferry, co. Glam. 2 William Coles of Cadoxton juxta Neath, gent., and John Myers of Cannon Street, London, merchant. Lease (counterpart) of Aberdulais Vach, p. Lantwit juxta Neath.
- 1832, Nov. 12.
1 The Rev. Thomas Gronow of Court Herbert, Cadoxton near Neath, clerk. 2 William Jones, captain in the Royal Navy, and William Nanson Lettsom of Harley Street, Cavendish Square. Lease for a year of messuages in the town of Neath.
- 1800, June 2.
1 Rees Howell of Neath, tanner. 2 The Rev. Josiah Rees of Gellygron, minster of the Gospel, and John Place of Neath Abbey, gent. Lease for a year of Tir y Gwyryd, Pant y Ganva, Coed cae mawr, a house in Newcastle Bridgend, co. Glam., and a messuage called Tygwyn ar Llunfell in Llangadock and Llandilofawr, co. Carm.
- 1793, Aug. 16.
1 The Right Hon. George, Lord Vernon, of Briton Ferry, co. Glam. 2 Richard Bush of Wandsworth, Surrey, malt distiller, Thomas Walker of London, banker, and John Wade of Cannon Street, London, gent., (executors of the will of John Miers). Lease of Aberdulais Mill and Forges.
- 1857, July 18.
1 The Rev. Thomas Gronow of St John's Wood, Middlesex, clerk. 2 Hamilton Baillie of Ash Hall, co. Glam., esq. Lease of Bren y fedwen Farm in Ystradowen, co. Glam.
- 1756, April 8.
1 James Stanley of Poulton's Court, Hampshire, George Rice of Newton, co. Carm., and Henry Compton, esquires. 2 Thomas Williams of Neath, esq. Lease of Court Herbert in Cadoxtone near Neath with lands and minerals.