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ADX/745: Deeds and Documents of the Morris Family of Aberystwyth


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Ref: ADX/745

Reference: [GB 0212] ADX/745
Title: Deeds and  Documents of the Morris Family of Aberystwyth
Date(s): 1738-1932
Level: Fonds
Extent: 0.026m3

Archival History: Before the deeds were organised into their present order they originally arrived in 2 modern paper bags and we have no information about their order before they were put in these bags. The 2 bags shall be called  “A” and “B”, each reference has one of these letters at the end to identify which documents arrived in which bag, in case their original order needs to be restored. 

Scope and Content: 
Deeds and documents relating to the Morris family, owners of the Waterloo Hotel, Aberystwyth

Reference: ADX/745/1/B
Date(s): 9 February 1738
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Between two parts:
First part: James Jones of the parish of Peterstone, Co. Glamorgan, clerk.
Second part: William Davies of the parish of Llanbeder, Co. Brecon, clerk.

Reference: ADX/745/2/B
Date(s): 19 December 1786
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Lease for messuages, tenements and garden in Llambeder, Co. Brecon, called Tyr y Pant. Between two parts:
First part: Richard Davies, clerk, Mary Davies his wife who was the daughter of the late Richard Davies Esq., who was the eldest son of William Davies. All of Court y Gollen, Co. Brecon.
Second part: Richard Davies, gentleman, of the same place as the first part.

Reference: ADX/745/3/A
Date(s): December 20 1786
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Release of Tyr y Pant (2 messuages, 1 tenement and garden) in Lambeder [?Llanbedr Ystrad Yw] in the county of Brecon. Between two parts:
First part: Richard Davies and Mary Davies his wife
Second part: Richard Davies. Both parts of Court y Gollen (p. Llangenni, Co. Brecon). 

Reference: ADX/745/4/A
Date(s): 25 October 1816
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Lease of Tyr y Pant (messuage, tenement and dwelling house and garden). Between two parts:
First part: Richard Davies Esq., Richard Davies and Mary Davies, his wife, all of Court y Gollen ,p. Llangenni, Co. Brecon.
Second part: George Buckle Esq. and Robert Thompson Esq. Both of Chepstow (Co. Monmouth). 

Reference: ADX/745/5/A
Date(s): 26 October 1816
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Release. Declaring the uses of a fine levied of tenement and premises in the parish of Llanbedr in the county of Brecon. Between four parts:
First part: Richard Davies Esq. of Court y Gollen (p. Llangenni, Brecon)
Second part: Richard Davies, clerk, and Mary Davies his wife, of same parish as first part
Third part: George Buckle Esq. of Chepstow in Monmouth
Fourth part: Robert Thompson of the same town as the third part.
Deed includes plan of the property.

Reference: ADX/745/6/A
Date(s): 2 June 1834
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Lease of a plot in Terrace Road, in the town of Aberystwyth in the county of Cardigan. Between three parts:
First part: Sarah Poole of Troedrhiwgwine ( p. Llanbadarn fawr, Cardigan) widow of the first part.
Second part: David Lewis of Aberystwyth, ( Co. Cardigan)
Third part: William Watkin of Aberystwyth (Co. Cardigan), mariner of the third part.

Reference: ADX/745/7/B
Date(s): 24 October 1834
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Lease of a piece of land situated near North Parade, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Between three parts:
First part: Sarah Poole of Troedrhiwgwine, in the parish of Llanbadarn Fawr, Co. Cardigan, widow of the first part.
Second part: David Lewis of Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan, maltster.
Third part: Thomas Morris, of the same place as second part, baker.

Reference: ADX/745/8/B
Date(s): 26 December 1834
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Lease of a piece of land in Terrace Road, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Between three parts:
First part: Sarah Poole, of Troedrhiwgwine, Llanbadarn Fawr, Co. Cardigan, widow of the first part.
Second part: David Lewis of Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan, maltster.
Third part: David Evans of the same town as second part, mason.
Also includes a small plan of the property.

Reference: ADX/745/9/B
Date(s): 24 January 1835
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Assignment of leasehold premises, situated in Terrace Road, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Between two parts:
First part: David Evans of Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan, a mason.
Second part: Jenkin Jenkins of the same place, a victualler.

Reference: ADX/745/10/B
Date(s): 23 January 1837
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Assignment of a leasehold messuage in Terrace Road, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Between three parts:
First part: Jenkin Jenkins of Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan, victualler.
Second part: David Evans of the same place, a mason.
Third part: Jane Evans, of the same place, widow of the third part.

Reference: ADX/745/11/A
Date(s): 18 February 1839
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Assignment by way of mortgage of leasehold premises in Moor Street and Mary Street (now Terrace Road) in Aberystwyth, Co. Cardiganshire. Between two parts:
First part: Thomas Morris of Aberystwyth, Cardigan, a baker.
Second part: John Edwards of Rhydhi Issa (p. Llanbadarn Fawr. Co. Cardigan), farmer. 

Reference: ADX/745/12/A
Date(s): 13 April 1840
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Lease of a messuage in Llambeder, Co. Brecon. Between two parts:
First part: John Buckle Esq. of the Wyelands, in the parish of Matharn in the county of Monmouth.
Second part: William Greenaway of Llanbeder, Co. Brecon, a wheelwright.

Reference: ADX/745/13/A
Date(s): 14 April 1840
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Apportionment and release of a messuage and property in p. Llanbeder, Co. Brecon. Between two parts:
First part: John Buckle Esq. of the Wyelands, in the parish of Matharn in the county of Monmouth.
Second part: William Greenaway of Llanbeder, Co. Brecon, a wheelwright. 

Reference: ADX/745/14/A
Date(s): 19 April 1846
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Assignment by way of a mortgage of leasehold for a premises in Mary street (now Terrace Road) and Moor street in Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Between two parts:
First part: Thomas Morris of Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan, carman,
Second part: David Edwards of Rhydhi Issa, p. Llanbadarn Fawr, Co. Cardigan, farmer.

Reference: ADX/745/15/B
Date(s): 4 January 1853
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Transfer of a mortgage concerning an area of land situated on the South side of the turnpike road, leading from Aberystwyth to the North turnpike gate.. Between three parts:
First part: John Edwards of Rhydhirissa in the parish of Llanbadarn Fawr, Co. Cardigan, a farmer.
Second part: Thomas Morris of Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan, a carman.
Third part: Evan Morris late of Porthangel, now of Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan, a gentleman. 

Reference: ADX/745/16/B
Date(s): 2 May 1853
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Agreement for sale of the leasehold premises in Mary Street (now Terrace Road), Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Between two parts:
First part: David Lewis of 23 Finsbury Place North, Co.  Middlesex, a doctor of medicine.
Second part: Thomas Edward Lewis of the same place, Lieutenant in the Indian Navy.

Reference: ADX/745/17/A
Date(s): 27 February 1858
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Assignment of the equity, of redemption of, and the leasehold, premises situated in Mary Street (now Terrace Road), Aberystwyth. Between two parts:
First part: Thomas Morris (the elder), of Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan, carman.
Second part: Thomas Morris (the younger), of the same parish, victualler.

Reference: ADX/745/18/B
Date(s): 17 February 1863
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Probate of the Will of William Watkins, Master Mariner, formerly of Terrace Road, Aberystwyth. Witnessed by H.H Thomas and John Evans, both of Aberystwyth.

Reference: ADX/745/19/B
Date(s): 17 October 1864
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: An assignment by way of mortgage of a certain messuage or dwelling house and premises in Mary Street, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Between three parts:
First part: Elizabeth Morris of Northgate Street, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan, widow.
Second part: Thomas Morris, the younger, of Mary Street in the same town. County grocer and provision dealer.
Third part: Catherine Lewis of North Parade, in the same town, a spinster.

Reference: ADX/745/20/A
Date(s): 15 November 1865
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Mortgage of the equity, of redemption, of leasehold premises in the town of Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Between two parts:
First part: Thomas Morris (the younger) of Mary Street (now Terrace Road), Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan, grocer and provision dealer.
Second part: Catherine Lewis of North Parade in the same town, spinster.

Reference: ADX/745/21/A
Date(s): 20 June 1866
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Assignment of leasehold for premises situated in Mary Street (now Terrace Road) in Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Between three parts:
First part: Leopold David Lewis, of number 4 Skinners Place, Size Lane in the city of London, gentleman. 
Second part: Thomas Edward Lewis of 14 Saint James Square, Co. Middlesex, a commander in her Majesty’s Indian Navy.
Third part: Thomas Morris of number 20 Mary Street (now Terrace Road), Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan, grocer.

Reference: ADX/745/22/A
Date(s): 2 July 1866
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Assignment by way of mortgage of leasehold, premises in Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Land that is situated on the Southside of the turnpike road, leading from Aberystwyth to the North Turnpike gate. Between three parts:
First part: Elizabeth Morris of the town of Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan, widow of the first part.
Second part: Thomas Morris (the younger), of the same place, grocer.
Third part: Hugh Hughes, also of the same place, gentleman. 

Reference: ADX/745/23/B
Date(s): 20 September 1881
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Mortgage of a leasehold dwelling house and premises in Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Between two parts:
First part: Richard Watkins of 50 Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan, a retired Master Mariner.
Second part: Hugh Hughes the elder of Glyn Padarn, near Aberystwyth, gentleman.

Reference: ADX/745/24/B
Date(s): 30 May 1893
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Assignment of household furniture at Waterloo Hotel, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Between two parts:
First part: Thomas Morris (car proprietor), Ada Elizabeth Morris (spinster) and Annie Morris (spinster and daughter of Thomas Morris). All of the Waterloo Hotel, Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan.
Second part: The said Ada Elizabeth Morris and Annie Morris. 

Reference: ADX/745/25/A
Date(s): 21 November 1894
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Cheque of the London Provincial Bank, Aberystwyth branch, for fifty pounds. Made payable to Thomas Hugh Beddoes and signed by Thomas Morris.


Reference: ADX/745/26/A
Date(s): 8 December 1894
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Mortgage of two messuages in Terrace Road, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Between two parts: 
First part: Thomas Morris of the Waterloo Hotel, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan, bar proprietor.
Second part: John Davies of Aberaeron, Co. Cardigan, a surgeon.

Reference: ADX/745/27/A
Date(s): n.d. Around the early 20th century.
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Part of an abstract of title.

Reference: ADX/745/28/B
Date(s): 14 January 1895
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Assignment of number 11 Terrace Road, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Between three parts:
First part: Hugh Hughes of Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan, solicitor.
Second part: Richard Watkins, formerly of number 50 Marine Terrace but now of number (blank space) Terrace Road, in the same town, retired Master Mariner.
Third part: Thomas Morris of the Waterloo Hotel, Aberystwyth, car proprietor.

Reference: ADX/745/29/B
Date(s): 27 January 1898
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Memorandum of deposit of deeds by Thomas Morris of the Waterloo Hotel, Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan.


Reference: ADX/745/30/B
Date(s): 8 May 1902
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Insurance against fire policy for £2500, between two parts:
First part: Thomas Morris of the Waterloo Hotel, Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan, the Hotel proprietor.
Second part: The Caledonian Insurance Company.

Reference: ADX/745/31/B
Date(s): 18 December 1908
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Mortgage for the premises of the Waterloo Hotel, Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Between two parts:
First part: Morris and Griffith limited a joint stock company, registered at the Waterloo Hotel, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan.
Second part: William Cooke Kettle of Westacre Compton, near Wolverhampton, esquire.

Reference: ADX/745/32/B
Date(s): 27 October 1910
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Insurance policy between two parts:
First part: Edwin Morris, Miss Ada Elizabeth Morris and Miss Annie Griffith all of the Waterloo Hotel, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Hotel proprietors and farmers.
Second part: Alliance insurance company, head office at Bartholomew Lane, London.

Reference: ADX/745/33/B
Date(s): From 8 August 1911 to 16 February 1912
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Bill of costs relating to 11,13, Leamington House, 17, 19 and 21 Terrace Road.

Reference: ADX/745/34/A
Date(s): 30 January 1911
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Mortgage in leasehold messuages and premises in Terrace Road, Aberystwyth. Between four parts:
First part: Edwin Morris of the Waterloo Hotel, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Car proprietor
Second part: Ada Elizabeth Morris of the Waterloo Hotel, same town as the first part.
Third part: Annie Griffith, wife of William Griffith of the same Waterloo Hotel, gentleman.
Fourth part: William Davies of Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan, solicitor – also referred to as the “mortgagee”. 

Reference: ADX/745/35/B
Date(s): 2 March 1912
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Agreement of tenancy of the Waterloo Stables in Chalybeate Street and Will Street, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Between three parts:
First part: Edwin Morris of the Waterloo Hotel, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan, a car proprietor.
Second part: Ada Elizabeth Morris, a spinster. Annie Griffith the wife of William Gwynne Griffith, both of the Waterloo Hotel, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan.
Third part: Morris and Griffith Limited who are registered at the Hydro Hotel, Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth.

Reference: ADX/745/36/B
Date(s): 6 March 1912
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Transfer of Mortgage of leasehold and premises of numbers 11 and 13 Terrace Road, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Between four parts:
First part: Reginald James Rice Loxdale of Castle Hill, Llanilar, Co. Cardigan.
Second part: Edwin Morris of the Waterloo Hotel, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan, a car proprietor.
Third part: Ada Elizabeth Morris, spinster and Annie Griffith wife of William Gwyn Griffith of the Waterloo Hotel, a mining engineer. Both of the aforementioned Waterloo Hotel.
Fourth part: Britannic (formerly called British Workmans and general) Assurance Company Limited, whose registered office is situated at Broad Street corner, Birmingham.

Reference: ADX/745/37/B
Date(s): 6 March 1912
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Transfer of mortgage freehold hereditaments and premises situated in Mill Street and Chalybeate Street, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Between three parts:
First part: Reverend William Owen of the Vicarage Llanelltud, Co. Merioneth, a clerk in the Holy Orders. Archdeacon Edward Francis Miller of the Knoll Woburn Sand, Co. Bedford and Robert Geddes Smith of Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan, a solicitor.
Second part: Ada Elizabeth Morris,a spinster. Annie Griffith, wife of William Gwyn Griffith, a mining engineer and Edwin Morris, a car proprietor. All of which are of the Waterloo Hotel, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan.
Third part: Britannic (formerly called British Workmans and general) Assurance Company Limited, whose registered office is situated at Broad Street corner, Birmingham. 

Reference: ADX/745/38/B
Date(s): 4 March 1913
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Deed of covenant for payment of £8,000 and interest. Between three parts:
First part: Morris and Griffith Limited, whose registered office is at the Waterloo Hotel and Hydro, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Referred to as “ The company”.
Second part: Ada Elizabeth Morris, spinster and Annie Griffith, married woman. Both of whom are of the Waterloo Hotel, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Referred to as “ the covenantors”.
Third part: Richard Henry Landor of Wolverhampton, Co. Stafford, a solicitor. George Berwick Cope, of Wolverhampton, a registrar of the Wolverhampton County Court. Referred to as “ The trustees”.

Reference: ADX/745/39/B
Date(s): 8 April 1914
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: A letter to the directors of the Britannic Insurance Company Ltd. Written by Hugh Hughes, a solicitor for David Lewis Doughton of Hengwn Clarach, Co. Cardigan, farmer. The letter relates to an indenture concerning a stabling garage in Mill Street Aberystwyth, made between two parts:
First part: Edwin Morris, Annie Griffiths and Ada Morris, all of the Waterloo Hotel, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan.
Second part: David Lewis Doughton.

Reference: ADX/745/40/B
Date(s): 11 January 1917
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Memorandum between two parts:
First part: Edwin Morris, Annie Griffiths and Ada Morris, all of 51 Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan.
Second part: Hugh Hughes, solicitor.

Reference: ADX/745/41/B
Date(s): 11 January 1917
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: A letter to Mr. Hugh Hughes, solicitor, from Edwin Morris and Annie Griffith. The letter relates to the hiring of Hugh Hughes’ services as a solicitor.

Reference: ADX/745/42/A
Date(s):  April 1919
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Mortgage of leaseholds of the messuage farm called Pencwarrel, in the parish of Llanbadarn Fawr, Co. Cardigan. Between two parts:
First part: Edwin Morris, hotel keeper. Ada Elizabeth Morris, spinster and Anne Griffith, widow. All of the Waterloo Hotel, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Also referred to as “the mortgagers”. 
Second part: Tom Lewis of the Court of Llanishen, Co. Glamorgan, gentleman and “the mortgagee”.

Reference: ADX/745/43/B
Date(s): April 1919
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Mortgage of leaseholds, by way of collateral security. Refers to Pencwarrel Farm in Llanbadarn Fawr, Co. Cardigan. Made between two parts:
First part: Edwin Morris, hotel keeper, Ada Elizabeth Morris, spinster and Annie Griffith a widow. All of the Waterloo Hotel in Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan – referred to as “ the borrowers”.
Second part: Tom Lewis of the court of Llanishen, Co. Glamorgan, gentleman – referred to as “the lender”. 
 
Reference: ADX/745/44/A
Date(s): 15th April 1919
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Mortgage debenture, between two parts:
First part: Morris and Griffith limited, whose registered office is situated at The Hydro hotel (formerly The Waterloo), Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan
Second part: Tom Lewis of the Court of Llanishen, Co. Glamorgan, ship owner.

Reference: ADX/745/45/A
Date(s): 18 June 1919
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Mortgage of leaseholds of the messuage farm and land called Pencwarrel, parish of Llanbadarn Fawr, Co. Cardigan. Between two parts:
First part: Ada Elizabeth Morris, Annie Griffith and Edwin Morris, all of the Waterloo Hotel, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan.
Second part: Tom Lewis, of The Court of Llanishen, Co. Glamorgan, gentleman.

Reference: ADX/745/46/B
Date(s): 18 June 1919
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Mortgage debenture for securing the sum of £14,250. Between two parts:
First part: Morris and Griffith Limited, whose registered office is at the Waterloo Hotel, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan.
Second part: Tom Lewis, of the Court of Llanishen, Co. Glamorgan.

Reference: ADX/745/47/A
Date(s): 1 July 1919
Extent: 2 items
Scope and Content: An agreement concerning the Hydro Hotel and number 40 Marine Parade, Aberystwyth. Between two parts:
First part: Morris and Griffith limited, whose registered office is situated at The Hydro hotel (formerly The Waterloo), Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan.
Second part: Tom Lewis of the Court of Llanishen, Co. Glamorgan, ship owner.
 

Reference: ADX/745/48/A
Date(s): 30 September 1919
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Insurance policy between Ada Elizabeth Morris, Annie Griffith and Edwin Morris, all of the Waterloo Hotel, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. And the Alliance Assurance Company Limited, Head office at Bartholomew Lane, London E.C 2. The policy covers property in Mill Street, Chalybeate Street, Aberystwyth. Includes a plan of the properties on the aforesaid streets.  

Reference: ADX/745/49/B
Date(s): 30 September 1919
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Fire Insurance Policy between two parts:
First part: Edwin Morris, Ada Elizabeth Morris and Annie Griffith, all of the Waterloo Hotel, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan, Hotel proprietors.
Second part: The Britannic Assurance Company Ltd, of Broad Street corner, Birmingham.

Reference: ADX/745/50/B
Date(s): 15 October 1920
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: An insurance renewal notice from the Atlantic Assurance company Ltd. To E Morris Esquire.

Reference: ADX/745/51/B
Date(s): 15 October 1920
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: An insurance renewal notice from the Atlantic Assurance company Ltd to Messrs A. Morriss and A. Griffith.

Reference: ADX/745/52/A
Date(s): 23 October 1920
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Fire insurance policy between Edward Arscott of Pencraig Hall, Blaenpennal near Tregaron, Co. Cardigan, farmer. And the Atlas Assurance Company limited, head office at 92 Cheapside, London, E.C 2.

Reference: ADX/745/53/B
Date(s): 20 December 1920
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: A fire insurance policy renewal notice from the Alliance Assurance Company Ltd to Mrs Griffith.

Reference: ADX/745/54/B
Date(s): n.d.
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: A lease of premises in the borough of Aberystwyth. The lease has not been filled in and does not pertain to any property.

Reference: ADX/745/55/B
Date(s): 30 September 1922, 12 February 1924
Extent: 2 items
Scope and Content: Certificates of shares for United Mexican Oilfields Limited. The certificate is in the name of Penallt Tegwyn Griffith esq. of Planrheidol, Capel Bangor, near Aberystwyth. One is for 25 shares, the other is for 275 shares.

Reference: ADX/745/56/B
Date(s): 17 May 1924, 29 September 1925, 8 December 1925, 26 August 1926, 10 September 1926 and 30 December 1926.
Extent: 6 items
Scope and Content: Certificates of shares for Oaxaca Petroleum Estates Limited. The certificates are in the name of Annie Griffith of 52 Marine Parade, Aberystwyth, Co. Cardigan. Two certificates are for 100 shares, another is for 2,186, another for 275, another for 300 and the final one is for 200 shares. 

Reference: ADX/745/57/B
Date(s): 3 April 1929
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: A letter to a Mr. Davies from M.G Griffith, on behalf of Edwin Morris esq. The letter is relates to the renting of a garage and the dissolution of a partnership between Mr Edwin Morris and Mrs Graham.

Reference: ADX/745/58/B
Date(s): From 5 April 1930 to 5 April 1931, signed on 2 August 1932.
Extent: 1 item
Scope and Content: Marine Hotel Trading Account, signed by M.G Griffith. 
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