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Ref: PE/2

REFERENCE: PE/2
TITLE: Records of the estate: leases and conveyances.
DATE(S): 1810-1916
LEVEL: Series
SIZE: 126 Items

NATURE AND CONTENT:

REFERENCE: PE/2/1
DATE: 1884 - 1889
SIZE: 5 items, in an envelope
NATURE AND CONTENT: Documents relating to the lease of the farm of Tygywn, in Verwick.

REFERENCE: PE/2/2
DATE: 1899 - 1901
SIZE: 6 items
NATURE AND CONTENT: Letters relating to the leases of Gotnell and Llanynpiod Farms.

REFERENCE: PE/2/3
DATE: 22 October 1889
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Lease on a piece of land at Cardigan, for 7 years at £4 a year, between Charles William Miles and Mr. O. B. Evans.

REFERENCE: PE/2/4
DATE: 1914
SIZE: 1 item (4 pages)
NATURE AND CONTENT: Schedule of deeds from the Priory Estates, listing documents from 1880 to 1914.

REFERENCE: PE/2/5
DATE:
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Plan of property to be exchanged at Verwig, between Rev. R. Miles and an unnamed party.

REFERENCE: PE/2/6
DATE: 15 January 1842
SIZE: 1 item (5 pp)
NATURE AND CONTENT: Lease of house in Mwldan Street, Cardigan, between Philip John Miles and Capt. David Thomas.

REFERENCE: PE/2/7
DATE: 22 October 1875
SIZE: 1 item (2 pp)
NATURE AND CONTENT: 21 year lease of the farm and lands called Tygwyn, to Mr Thomas Davies.

REFERENCE: PE/2/8
DATE: 1880 - 1897
SIZE: 1 item (31 pp)
NATURE AND CONTENT: Abstract of Title of Col. Charles Napier Miles to hereditaments in Cardiganshire. Original dated 9 August 1880, with later additions.

REFERENCE: PE/2/9
DATE: 1851 - 1879
SIZE: 1 item (4 pp)
NATURE AND CONTENT: A list of leases granted by Rev. R. H. W. Miles on the Priory Estate.

REFERENCE: PE/2/10
DATE: 29 September 1896
SIZE: 1 item (3 pp)
NATURE AND CONTENT: List of tenants of the Priory Estate to whom special applications have been sent.

REFERENCE: PE/2/11
DATE: 1886
SIZE: 1 item (9 pp)
NATURE AND CONTENT: Draft of a lease for a piece of land in High Street, Cardigan, between Col. Miles and Mr William Woodward.

REFERENCE: PE/2/12
DATE: 1880
SIZE: 1 item (7 pp)
NATURE AND CONTENT: Draft lease for the farm of Trecift in St. Mary’s parish, Cardigan, between George Frederick William Miles and Thomas Phillips.

REFERENCE: PE/2/13
DATE: c 1870
SIZE: 1 item (5 pp)
NATURE AND CONTENT: List of long term leaseholders of the Priory Estate.

REFERENCE: PE/2/14
DATE: 12 August 1879
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Letter to George Miles, from Rev. Jenkyns, including information about the lessees of the Priory Estate. 

REFERENCE: PE/2/15
DATE: 26 September 1885
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Notice from a tenant leaving Llwynpiod Farm, as the land is ‘worn out and foul’.

REFERENCE: PE/2/16
DATE: 22 September 1879
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Two lists of tenants who had been served with notice to quit, in the years 1878 and 1879. Reason given is the neglect of the land after cropping.

REFERENCE: PE/2/17
DATE: 1911
SIZE: 1 item (5 pp)
NATURE AND CONTENT: Draft tenancy agreement for the land called Parklleine.

REFERENCE: PE/2/18
DATE: 27 August 1880
SIZE: 1 item (2 pp)
NATURE AND CONTENT: Letter to George Frederick William Miles, with notice enclosed, of the Council’s intention to give up tenancy of the Lock-Up in Cardigan.

REFERENCE: PE/2/19
DATE: 1881
SIZE: 1 item (5 pp)
NATURE AND CONTENT: Character references for David Jenkins of Vaynor, Tremain, to support his application to tenancy of the Tregiby Farm.

REFERENCE: PE/2/20
DATE: 5 and 17 October 1885
SIZE: 1 item (2 pp, in envelope)
NATURE AND CONTENT: A letter from John Davies, confirming he will rent Stepside farm at £120 per annum, and a receipt for paid stamp duty.

REFERENCE: PE/2/21
DATE: 1916
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Draft rental agreement between Col. Miles and Mr Morgan about a parcel of pasture land.

REFERENCE: PE/2/22
DATE: 1916
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Draft rental agreement for the tenancy of Gottrel Farm, between Col. Miles and Mr Owen Williams.

REFERENCE: PE/2/23
DATE: 30 September 1916
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: A letter suggesting a new tenancy for Stepside farm, by Mr Mathias, horse dealer, with the addition of two more fields.

REFERENCE: PE/2/24
DATE: 22 October 1875
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Lease between Rev. R. H. W. Miles and John Jenkins, Mason, for a house in Pendre Street, Cardigan.

REFERENCE: PE/2/25
DATE: 26 March 1886
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Draft lease for a piece of ground on Priory Street, Cardigan, between George F. W. Miles and Mrs Rowlands. It includes a plan of the area.

REFERENCE: PE/2/26
DATE: 1851 - 1899
SIZE: 14 items
NATURE AND CONTENT: A set of documents tied together, mostly leases for parts of the Priory Estate.

REFERENCE: PE/2/26/1
DATE: 3 October 1896
SIZE: 1 item (2 pp)
NATURE AND CONTENT: A letter to W. S. Jones regarding an account due for the plans and specification prepared for additions to the Llwynpiod farmhouse.

REFERENCE: PE/2/26/2
DATE: 5 September 1895
SIZE: 1 item (3 pp)
NATURE AND CONTENT: A letter and a two draft leases for the rent of Llwynpiod farm on the Priory Estate, to Mr David Jones.

REFERENCE: PE/2/26/3
DATE:
SIZE: 1 item, in envelope
NATURE AND CONTENT: Map of parts of the Priory Estate, showing Banc Pwll Farm and grounds in Priory Street.

REFERENCE: PE/2/26/4
DATE: 9 and 10 August 1886
SIZE: 2 items, in envelope
NATURE AND CONTENT: Two documents confirming that the tenants of the Priory Estate recognise Charles William Miles, successor to his late brother George Frederick William Miles, as their new landlord.

REFERENCE: PE/2/26/5
DATE: 30 September 1889
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: An agreement for yearly tenancy of a house and premises in the High Street, Cardigan, between Charles William Miles and Thomas Bateman.

REFERENCE: PE/2/26/6
DATE: 25 July 1851
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Lease of a piece of land near St Mary’s Street between the Rev. Miles and William Charles.

REFERENCE: PE/2/26/7
DATE:
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Blank draft lease, originally for the Rev. Miles, but corrected in red ink to Messrs. George Frederick William Miles, Charles William Miles and Charles Napier Miles.

REFERENCE: PE/2/26/8
DATE: 9 October 1884
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Agreement between G. F. W. Miles and Mr. John Evans for the lease of Capel farm and Velinban meadow.

REFERENCE: PE/2/26/9
DATE: 23 January 1890
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Agreement for tenancy of Tygwyn, between Charles William Miles and Mr Benjamin Evans.

REFERENCE: PE/2/26/10
DATE: 1891
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Draft agreement for yearly tenancy of unknown property of the Priory Estate, between Charles William Miles and Evan Jenkins.

REFERENCE: PE/2/26/11
DATE: 22 October 1889
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Agreement for yearly tenancy of Stepside Farm, between Charles William Miles and William Lloyd.

REFERENCE: PE/2/26/12
DATE: 28 September 1880
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Agreement for yearly tenancy of Trecift Farm, between George Frederick William Miles and Thomas Phillips.

REFERENCE: PE/2/26/13
DATE: June 1899
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Notice of the transfer of tenancy of 2, St Mary’s Terrace from David Thomas to John Elias James.

REFERENCE: PE/2/26/14
DATE: 1890
SIZE: 3 ff
NATURE AND CONTENT: Uncompleted lease for the tenancy of Llwynpiod farm, between Col. C. N. Miles and David Jones. With plan and specification of works for an additional building on the farm attached.

REFERENCE: PE/2/27
DATE: 11 June 1910
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Duplicate conveyance of a plot of ground in Park Place, Cardigan, between Col. Charles Napier Miles and Capt. David Lewis.

REFERENCE: PE/2/28
DATE: 11 June 1910
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Duplicate conveyance of a plot of ground in Park Place, Cardigan, between Col. Charles Napier Miles and Mrs H. M. Jenkins.

REFERENCE: PE/2/29
DATE: 27 May 1910
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Duplicate conveyance of a piece or parcel of land, part of the Priory Estate, situate at North Road, Cardigan, between Col. Charles Napier Miles and Mr James Evans.

REFERENCE: PE/2/30
DATE: 10 May 1910
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Duplicate conveyance of a piece of land, situate in the Parish of St Mary’s, Cardiganshire, between Col. Charles Napier Miles and Mr David Davies.

REFERENCE: PE/2/31
DATE: 16 June 1905
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Duplicate conveyance of a piece of land, situate in the Parish of St Mary’s, Cardiganshire, between Col. Charles Napier Miles and Mr T. M. Davies.

REFERENCE: PE/2/32
DATE: 7 August 1849
SIZE: 1 item (4 pp)
NATURE AND CONTENT: Conveyance of a fee farm, rent of £34, payable out of the Priory Estate, between the trustees of the will of Sir Leonard Thomas Worsley and the trustees under the will of the late Philip Miles.

REFERENCE: PE/2/33
DATE: 20 June 1862
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Lease for a piece of land near the North Turnpike Gate, Cardigan, for the building of a dwelling house thereon, between the Rev. Miles and Mrs Mary Walker.

REFERENCE: PE/2/34
DATE: 17 December 1863
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Lease for a piece of land near the North Turnpike Gate, Cardigan, for the building of two dwelling houses thereon, between the Rev. Miles and Mr John Morris.

REFERENCE: PE/2/35
DATE: 17 December 1863
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Counterpart lease for a piece of land near the North Turnpike Gate, Cardigan, for building a dwelling house thereon.

REFERENCE: PE/2/36
DATE: 23 May 1871
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Counterpart lease for a piece or parcel of ground of the Priory Estate situate in the Parish of St Mary’s, Cardigan, between Rev. Miles and Capt. Lewis Wigley.

REFERENCE: PE/2/37
DATE: 2 July 1872
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Lease for a dwelling house and premises situate in High Street, Cardigan, between the Rev. Miles and John Evans and others trading as ‘Wilkins and Company’.

REFERENCE: PE/2/38
DATE: 28 December 1876
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Lease of a storehouse or workshop and garden, and premises situate in Quay Street, Cardigan, between the Rev. Miles and Mr David Rowlands.

REFERENCE: PE/2/39
DATE: 1 November 1879
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Counterpart lease for a piece or parcel of ground, situate at North Gate Terrace, Cardigan, between Messrs George Frederick William Miles, Charles William Miles and Charles Napier Miles, and John Morris.

REFERENCE: PE/2/40
DATE: 17 December 1863
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Lease for a piece of land near the North Turnpike Gate, Cardigan, for building two dwelling houses thereon, between the Rev. Miles and Mr John Morris. A surrender notice for these premises is added, dated the 27 December 1876.

REFERENCE: PE/2/41
DATE: 28 October 1881
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Draft conveyance of freehold hereditaments situate in the county of Cardigan, from Robert Fenton Miles and others to George Frederick William Miles and others.

REFERENCE: PE/2/42
DATE: 1880 - 1885
SIZE: 4 items
NATURE AND CONTENT: Bundle of papers, mostly deeds, regarding the Priory Estate

REFERENCE: PE/2/42/1
DATE: 1880
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Draft agreement between George Frederick William Miles, Charles William Miles and his eldest son Charles Napier Miles with respect to sum of £4500 raised by them on mortgages of certain hereditaments in the County of Cardigan, regarding permitted investments to be made with the money.

REFERENCE: PE/2/42/2
DATE: 28 April 1884
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Copy of a deed for enlarging term of 700 years into a fee simple.
ASSOCIATED MATERIAL: The same document as PE/2/44.

REFERENCE: PE/2/42/3
DATE: 23 June 1884
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Copy of the conveyance and settlement of the fee simple acquired by enlargement of a long term in hereditaments in the County of Cardigan, from W. H. Harford and W. H. Miles to G. F. W. Miles.

REFERENCE: PE/2/42/4
DATE: 24 June 1885
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Draft disentailing deed.

REFERENCE: PE/2/43
DATE: 25 June 1885
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Draft deed of confirmation ‘to be indowed [sic] on the Resettlement of 9th August 1880’.

REFERENCE: PE/2/44
DATE: 28 April 1884
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Draft deed for enlarging term of 700 years into a fee simple.
ASSOCIATED MATERIAL: The same as PE/2/42/2

REFERENCE: PE/2/45
DATE: 9 April 1881
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Counterpart lease for the ‘Royal Arms’ Inn, Cardigan, between George Frederick William Miles and Mr John Lewis.

REFERENCE: PE/2/46
DATE: 1887
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Draft lease for the ‘Black Lion’ hotel, and the farms ‘Old Castle’ and ‘Netpool’ in Cardigan, between C. W. Miles and Mr Jacob Trollip.

REFERENCE: PE/2/47
DATE: 1 November 1879
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Draft lease, with multiple corrections in red and black ink. Originally for the Rev. Miles, it has been corrected for Messrs. G. F. W., C. W. and C. N. Miles, and the lessee is Miss Mary Jones.

REFERENCE: PE/2/48
DATE: 1898 - 1901
SIZE: 7 items
NATURE AND CONTENT: Bundle of draft tenancy agreements, all from Col. Charles Napier Miles.

REFERENCE: PE/2/48/1
DATE: 5 September 1898
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Draft tenancy agreement, for Trebared farm, between Col. C. N. Miles and Mr David Jones.

REFERENCE: PE/2/48/2
DATE: 3 September 1898
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Draft tenancy agreement, for Tregiby farm, between Col. C. N. Miles and Mr James Jones.

REFERENCE: PE/2/48/3
DATE: 26 March 1901
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Draft tenancy agreement, for Stepside farm, between Col. C. N. Miles and Mr David Jones.

REFERENCE: PE/2/48/4
DATE: 1900
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Draft tenancy agreement, for Stepside farm, between Col. C. N. Miles and Mr David Jones. The front has been crossed through with pencil.

REFERENCE: PE/2/48/5
DATE: September 1898
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Draft tenancy agreement for Old Castle farm, between Col. C. N. Miles and Mr William Saunders Davies

REFERENCE: PE/2/48/6
DATE: 1898
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Draft tenancy agreement for ‘New Mill’ and farm, between Col. C. N. Miles and Mr James Davies. The original document, with George F. W. Miles as landlord has been used, with corrections in pink ink.

REFERENCE: PE/2/48/7
DATE: 7 September 1898
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Draft tenancy agreement for Gotrell farm, between Col. C. N. Miles and Mr William Lloyd.

REFERENCE: PE/2/49
DATE: 29 October 1866
SIZE: 1 item (6 pp)
NATURE AND CONTENT: Conveyance of certain hereditaments and premises situate in the Parish of Llangoedmore in the County of Cardigan, from Mrs Ann Jenkins and others to the trustees under the Will of the late P. J. Miles.

REFERENCE: PE/2/50
DATE: 28 June 1810
SIZE: 1 item (2 pp)
NATURE AND CONTENT: Counterpart lease of a piece of land, situate in North Gate Terrace, Cardigan, for building four houses thereon, between the Rev. Miles and Mr John Morris.

REFERENCE: PE/2/51
DATE: 21 June 1855
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Conveyance from the Inclosure Commissioners for England and Wales to the trustees of the will of the late P. J. Miles of a piece of land parcel of the Cardigan commons.

REFERENCE: PE/2/52
DATE: 27 December 1883
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Counterpart lease of a piece of ground situate in North Gate Terrace, Cardigan, between G. F. W. Miles and J. Jenkins, D. Jenkins and T. Jenkins.

REFERENCE: PE/2/53
DATE: 2 May 1818
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Counterpart lease for newly built premises in Cardigan, between Richard Hart Davis and Thomas Rees, shipwright. It is ‘bounded on the on the North by the Road leading to Mwldan and on the South East and West by the property of the said Richard Hart Davis’.

REFERENCE: PE/2/54
DATE: 25 January 1819
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Counterpart lease for a dwelling house between Richard Hart Davis and David Thomas, mariner. The house and garden is ‘bounded on the East and West by the property of the said Richard Hart Davis and on the South by the property of William Williams Esquire and the said late David Morgan’.

REFERENCE: PE/2/55
DATE: 23 May 1829
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Renewed lease of premises in Cardigan, between Philip John Miles and Susannah Williams, widow of the previous lease holder.

REFERENCE: PE/2/56
DATE: 25 January 1819
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Counterpart lease for premises in Cardigan, between Richard Hart Davis and Thomas Griffiths, tailor. The house, yard and garden are ‘bounded on the South by the road leading to Mwldan on the East by the Street on the North by a House lately built by John Griffiths Mariner and on the West by a field’.

REFERENCE: PE/2/57
DATE: 2 May 1817
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Counterpart lease for premises in Cardigan, between Richard Hart Davis and Jonathan Jones, shoemaker. The house and the garden belonging to it are ‘bounded on the West by the street called Heolymanllwyd on the South and East and North by the property of the said Richard Hart Davis’.

REFERENCE: PE/2/58
DATE: 14 June 1819
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Counterpart lease for premises in Cardigan, between Richard Hart Davis and Thomas Jeremiah, butcher. The house, with barn, stable and garden is ‘butted on the west by the Street called Heolymanllwyd, on the South by a Street called St Mary’s Lane and on the east and North by the property of the said Richard Hart Davis’.

REFERENCE: PE/2/59
DATE: 15 January 1819
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Counterpart lease for premises in Cardigan, between Richard Hart Davis and Thomas Davies, shipwright. The house and garden, built by Thomas Davies is ‘bounded on the South by a House lately built by Captain Samuel Jones on the East by the Street on the North by a House lately built by John Phillip Mariner and on the West by a field’.

REFERENCE: PE/2/60
DATE: 2 May 1818
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Counterpart lease for premises in Cardigan, between Richard Hart Davis and John Davies, shoemaker. This house is ‘bounded on the North by the property of John Colby Esquire on the South by a certain street called Pontyceifion on the West and East by the property of the said Richard Hart Davis’.

REFERENCE: PE/2/61
DATE: 2 May 1817
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Counterpart lease for premises, in Pendre street, in Cardigan, between Richard Hart Davis and Benjamin Jones, shoemaker.

REFERENCE: PE/2/62
DATE: 2 May 1818
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Counterpart lease for premises in Cardigan, between Richard Hart Davis and Thomas Rees, shipwright. It is ‘bounded on the on the North by the Road leading to Mwldan and on the South East and West by the property of the said Richard Hart Davis’.
ASSOCIATED MATERIAL: Copy of PE/2/53.

REFERENCE: PE/2/63
DATE: 25 January 1819
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Counterpart lease for premises in Cardigan, between Richard Hart Davis and Samuel Jones, mariner. This house is ‘bounded on the South by a House lately built by the said Samuel Jones on the East by the Street on the North by a House lately built by Thomas Davies Shipwright and on the West by a field’.

REFERENCE: PE/2/64
DATE: 25 January 1819
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Counterpart lease for premises in Cardigan, between Richard Hart Davis and Samuel Jones, mariner. This house is ‘bounded on the South by a House lately built by the said Samuel Jones on the East by the Street on the North by a House lately built by Thomas Davies Shipwright and on the West by a field’.
ASSOCIATED MATERIAL: Copy of PE/2/63.

REFERENCE: PE/2/65
DATE: 25 January 1819
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Counterpart lease for premises in Cardigan, between Richard Hart Davis and Evan John, weaver. The house ‘lately built by the said Evan John with a yard and Garden thereunto belonging bounded on the South by a House lately built by John Griffiths Mariner on the East by the street on the North by a House lately built by Captain Samuel Jones and on the West by a field’.

REFERENCE: PE/2/66
DATE: 2 May 1818
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Counterpart lease for a farm in Cardigan, between Richard Hart Davis and Thomas Thomas, clothier. The farm includes a newly built tucking mill, the quay in front of it, and the right to use the waters of the River Mwldan to drive the mill.

REFERENCE: PE/2/67
DATE: 25 January 1819
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Counterpart lease for premises in the town of Cardigan, between Richard Hart Davis and John Griffiths, mariner. The house, with a yard and garden, is ‘bounded on the South by a House lately built by Thomas Griffiths Sailor on the East by the street on the North by a house lately built by Evan John Weaver and on the West by a field’.

REFERENCE: PE/2/68
DATE: 25 January 1819
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Counterpart lease for premises in the town of Cardigan, between Richard Hart Davis and John Phillip, mariner. The house, with a yard and garden, is ‘bounded on the South by a House lately built by Thomas Davies Shipwright on the East by the street on the North by a House in the occupation of Owen Rees Joiner and on the West by a field’.

REFERENCE: PE/2/69
DATE: 22 February 1823
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Lease for a dwelling house, garden and cart house, situate in Cardigan, between Philip John Miles and Patrick Brown, gentleman. The house is ‘bounded on the West by the road leading to Mwldan and on the East by the street called High Street’.

REFERENCE: PE/2/70
DATE: 14 January 1842
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Surrender of the lease of premises in Mwldan Street in the Town of Cardigan, from David Thomas to Philip John Miles.

REFERENCE: PE/2/71
DATE: 23 February 1833
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Lease on a newly built school room, part of The Cardigan New Commercial Academy, situate in the Town of Cardigan, between Philip John Miles and John MacCord, Gentleman.

REFERENCE: PE/2/72
DATE: 1 August 1820
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Lease for a house in Pendre Street, Cardigan, between Philip John Miles and William Michaels, Master Mariner.

REFERENCE: PE/2/73
DATE: 15 October 1825
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Lease for a piece of land in St Mary’s, Cardigan, known as the ‘Marsh’ between Philip John Miles and Thomas Jones, Master Mariner and Jonathan Jones, Sailmaker.

REFERENCE: PE/2/74
DATE: 18 May 1833
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Lease for the garden in front of the house currently rented by the same lessee, in Saint Mary’s Street, Cardigan, between Philip John Miles and Lewis Evans, Gentleman.

REFERENCE: PE/2/75
DATE: 1 May 1827
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Lease for a piece of ground in a close known as Lion Haggard, Cardigan, between Philip John Miles and John Evans, Merchant.

REFERENCE: PE/2/76
DATE: 1 May 1827
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Lease for a piece of ground in a close known as Lion Haggard, Cardigan, between Philip John Miles and Jane Jenkins, widow.

REFERENCE: PE/2/77
DATE: 15 October 1825
SIZE: 2 items
NATURE AND CONTENT: Two copies of a lease for a piece of ground alongside the river Mwldan, Cardigan, between Philip John Miles and Richard Williams, Malster. 
ASSOCIATED MATERIAL: PE/2/78 is the surrender of this lease by the lessee’s widow.

REFERENCE: PE/2/78
DATE: 23 May 1829
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: The surrender of a lease for a piece of ground alongside the river Mwldan, Cardigan, from Susannah Williams, widow and administratrix of Richard Williams, deceased, to Philip John Miles.
ASSOCIATED MATERIAL: PE/2/77 is the original lease being surrendered.

REFERENCE: PE/2/79
DATE: 28 July 1821
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Lease for a house in Lion Back Lane, Cardigan, between Philip John Miles and William Esau, currier.

REFERENCE: PE/2/80
DATE: 27 November 1830
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Lease for a piece of ground on Pontyceifion Street, Cardigan, between Philip John Miles and George Thomas, tailor.

REFERENCE: PE/2/81
DATE: 1 March 1841
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Lease for a parcel of ground and part of a garden near the River Tivy for the purpose of building a Quay and Storehouse, between Philip John Miles and Oliver Lloyd, esquire.

REFERENCE: PE/2/82
DATE: 29 September 1882
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Conveyance of land and garden known as ‘Parklleine’, Cardigan, from John Lewis esquire and The Reverend R. J. Lloyd to George Frederick William Miles esquire and Colonel Charles William Miles.

REFERENCE: PE/2/83
DATE: 14 October 1858
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Conveyance of lands in the parish of Saint Mary, Cardigan, from Mrs Elizabeth Bowen and J. W. Bowen esquire to J. L. Bayly esquire and another. 

REFERENCE: PE/2/84
DATE: 1853 - 1874
SIZE: 17 items
NATURE AND CONTENT: Bundle of papers found tied together, some conveyances and documents relating to the Bowen family.

REFERENCE: PE/2/84/1
DATE: c 1860
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: An abstract of the title of James William Bowen to certain messuages, tenements and lands situate in the parish of Saint Mary’s, Cardigan.

REFERENCE: PE/2/84/2
DATE: 5 May 1869
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Conveyance of a farm and lands called ‘Llwynpiod’ and also of a cottage and two fields together with certain hereditaments in the parish of Saint Mary, Cardigan. From James W. Bowen esquire to the trustees of the Will of the late Philip J. Miles.

REFERENCE: PE/2/84/3
DATE: 11 April 1874
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Conveyance of a piece or slang of land situate in Verwick, between the farm of Heol-Las-Fawr and the road leading from Verwick to Aberporth, from William Samuel Lloyd esquire, and W. H. Harford esquire and another. 
ASSOCIATED MATERIAL: PE/2/84/3 to PE/2/84/8 were tied together.

REFERENCE: PE/2/84/4
DATE:
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Extracts from two succession accounts. The first, of Alban Thomas Davies the younger, dated 16 September 1862, concerns the farm Towyn in Verwick. The second, of William John Davies, dated 5 August 1871, also concerns Towyn.
ASSOCIATED MATERIAL: PE/2/84/3 to PE/2/84/8 were tied together.

REFERENCE: PE/2/84/5
DATE: 16 March 1874
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Copy of a release and conveyance of freehold hereditaments in the parishes of Verwick, Cilcennin, Llandewi Aberath, Llangoedmore and Saint Mary Cardigan, St Dogmells and Nevern, from Henry Kebbel esquire and others to William John Davies esquire.
ASSOCIATED MATERIAL: PE/2/84/3 to PE/2/84/8 were tied together.

REFERENCE: PE/2/84/6
DATE: 3 November 1862
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Abstract of title of William John Davies showing lease of a farm called Towyn , in Verwick.
ASSOCIATED MATERIAL: PE/2/84/3 to PE/2/84/8 were tied together.

REFERENCE: PE/2/84/7
DATE: 27 June 1874
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Counterpart lease of two cottages, Aberhy-Glyn in Verwick and Llain-Aberhy-Glyn in St Mary, from the Rev. R. H. W. Miles to W. J. Davies esquire.
ASSOCIATED MATERIAL: PE/2/84/3 to PE/2/84/8 were tied together.

REFERENCE: PE/2/84/8
DATE: 26 June 1874
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Conveyance for the hereditaments of the farms Aberhyglyn and Pen y Bank, both in Cardiganshire, from Mr John Davies to the Trustees under the Will of the late Philip John Miles, deceased.
ASSOCIATED MATERIAL: PE/2/84/3 to PE/2/84/8 were tied together.

REFERENCE: PE/2/84/9
DATE: 7 May 1869
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: The declaration of Mr Thomas Morgan as to the pedigree of the Bowen family and as to the ‘seizin of a certain farm and lands called Llwynpiod in the parish of St Mary, Cardigan’.

REFERENCE: PE/2/84/10
DATE: 16 October 1858
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Conveyance of cottage and fields in the county of Cardigan, from J. J. L. Bayly esquire and another to Mrs Elizabeth Bowen and Jasper William Bowen esquire.

REFERENCE: PE/2/84/11
DATE: 29 April 1869
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Declaration that no settlement was made on the two marriages of James William Bowen, first to Charlotte Bearcroft and second to Jane Eliza Huntsman. 

REFERENCE: PE/2/84/12
DATE: 1869
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Requisitions and replies on Title, regarding Llwynpiod farm between James W. Bowen and the trustees of the Rev R. H. W. Miles.

REFERENCE: PE/2/84/13
DATE: 19 April 1869
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Extracts from parish records of Manordivy, Pembrokeshire, for the marriage between Thomas Bowen and Mary Anne Williams which took place on 7 November 1815.
ASSOCIATED MATERIAL: PE/2/84/14 and PE/2/84/15 were found pinned together with this item.

REFERENCE: PE/2/84/14
DATE: 29 April 1869
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Extracts from the parish records of St Marys Cardigan, Cardiganshire, for the baptism of James William, son of Thomas and Mary Anne Bowen, which took place on 19 September 1819.
ASSOCIATED MATERIAL: PE/2/84/13 and PE/2/84/15 were found pinned together with this item.

REFERENCE: PE/2/84/15
DATE: 29 April 1869
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Extracts from the parish records of St Marys Cardigan, Cardiganshire, for the marriage between John Bowen and Elizabeth Williams which took place on 12 July 1821.
ASSOCIATED MATERIAL: PE/2/84/13 and PE/2/84/14 were found pinned together with this item.

REFERENCE: PE/2/84/16
DATE: June 1853
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Valuation of lands and cottages near the town of Cardigan, covering property owned by Major Bowen and some owned by Mr Miles in view to an exchange. It was signed by D. Davies.

REFERENCE: PE/2/84/17
DATE: 16 April 1869
SIZE: 1 item
NATURE AND CONTENT: Document containing queries and responses relating to the purchase of land by the Rev. Miles from James William Bowen.

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