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ADX/278: Cricklas and Penygraig


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Ref: ADX/278

Reference: [GB 0212] ADX/278
Title: Bundle of documents marked: "1916 Cecil Long. Decd. Welsh Farm" "no.38", relating to Cricklas and Penygraig
Date(s): 1823 - 1917
Level: Fonds
Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content

1. File of correspondence relating to the Welsh Estates of Cecil Long, decd., especially Cricklas Farm, Ffair-rhos, Pontrhydfendigaid, and Penygraig, Ystrad Meurig
28 July 1916-17 November 1917

2. Notebook entitled "1915 Chandless Estate, Welsh Farms"; notes on the area of land, condition of land, valuation etc. of Penygraig and Cricklas [p.7] Penygraig "sold to tenant 23/1/17, 1500" Also contains letter, dated 9/11/16, from the tenant of Penygraig. 

3. Draft contract of sale between
1. William Long Fitzpatrick of Ouse Manor, Sharnbrook, co. Bedford; Rev. Cecil Fitzpatrick of the Lodge, Queens College, Cambridge, Clerk in holy orders, and Charles Robert Rivington, 1 Fenchurch Buildings, vendors
2. [not filled in] 
Of the property forming part of the residuary estate of the late Thomas Chandless, dec'd on 11 April 1823, [the vendors are the trustees of his grandson, Cecil Long], that is, Cricklas, als Chrucklas, als Craiglas, pa. Gwnnws, now and lately in the occupation of Enoch Thomas
1917

4. Draft contract of sale between
1. William Long Fitzpatrick etc. [as 3 (1) above] 
2. Robert --- Lloyd of Penygraig, Ystrad Meurig
of the property, Penygraig, being part of the residuary estate of Thomas Chandless, dec'd on 11 April 1823
1917

5. Map, endorsed "Cecil Lloyd dec'd, Cruclas Farm", showing Cricklas Farm, pa. Gwnnws, names, location and extent of fields, and sheepwalk disputed
with Cilfachyrhew
Copied from parish map by George Pugh, 1859
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