Rent charges -- Wales -- Pembrokeshire

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A rental,

A rental of the estate of William Rees in Walton West, Camrose, Whitechurch in Dewsland, St. Davids, and elsewhere in Pembrokeshire, 1837-1852.

A St. Davids rent roll

'Rent Roll of all the Revenue belongine to the Bishoprick of Saint Davids and the right Reverend father in God Lawrence [Womack] Lord Bishop of Saint Davids made the ... day of Maij 1685, by Robert Lucy Esqr Receiver'.

Lucy, Robert

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 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.

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.

Day books,

Two day books containing particulars of personal, household, agricultural, and estate receipts of John Leach, Ivy Tower, Tenby, 1858-1867. At the beginning of MS. 11211 is a rental of properties in the parishes of Carew, Crunwere, St. Florence, St. Mary (Pembroke), and St. Michael (Pembroke), 1862, and inset is a nineteenth century valuation of the Ivy House estate in the parish of Saint Florence, made by Messrs. Goode & Owen, Haverfordwest.

John Leach and others.

Rental,

A volume containing rent accounts, 1802-43, with individual tenants in Pembroke (St. Mary and St. Michael), Narberth, Templeton, Monkton, Pembroke Ferry, Crunwear, Lawrenny, Crinow, etc., Pembrokeshire, and Carmarthen, etc., Carmarthenshire. Inset are holograph letters from J. Leach, Pembroke, to David Raymond, Crunwear, 1836 (the purchase of property), and G. Raynes to [John Leach], [18]65 (the purchase of hoops for a cooper's use).

Rental,

A rental of the estate of W[illiam] H[enry] Scourfield, Moat, in the hundreds of Dungleddy, Roose, Dewsland, and Kemmes, co. Pembroke, and in the town and county of Haverford West, 1809-1818. Insets include additional accounts to 1821; conditions for letting land by auction at New Moat, 1812; and a holograph letter from Charles Child, Nayland, to [Henry] Rees, 1818 (arrears of rent).

Rental,

A volume recording the receipt of rents by the family of Evans of Cilau-wen, 1817-1848. Some of the accounts relate to Bulch-y-Groes [Calvinistic Methodist] meeting-house in the parish of Clydey.

Rental,

Rentals for Lady day and for Michaelmas, 1851, of the estate of John Leach, Esq., in the parishes of Crunwear, Carew, Saint Florence, St. Mary (Pembroke), St. Michael (Pembroke), and Narberth, and of the Ivy Tower estate in the parish of Saint Florence, Pembrokeshire.

Rental,

Receipts of rents by John Evans, Cilau-wen, and statements of accounts with individual tenants, 1805-1812.

John Evans.

Rental,

A volume containing rent accounts, 1771-1813, with individual tenants of the Corston estate in respect of properties in Lampeter [Velfrey], Pembroke, Lanpha and Portclue, Cosheston, Newton in Manorbeer, Lamaston, Pembroke ferry, Monkton (Mounton), Mat[h]ry, St. Mary (Tenby), Rudbaxton, Nash, Letterston, Narberth, Martletwy, Clyde, East Williamston, Templeton, Loveston, Lawrenny, Llawhaden, etc., Pembrokeshire, and St. Clears, Carmarthenshire, and of Cresswell Colliery in Pembrokeshire. There is an incomplete index to the first part of the volume.

Rentals,

Rentals of the Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire estates of William Le Hunte Wilson, 1863-1879, and William Davies, Haverfordwest, 1858-1870.

Rentals,

A volume containing rent accounts, 1771-89, with individual tenants of the Corston estate in respect of properties in Loveston, Monkton, Mat[h]ry, Letterston, White Church [in Cemais], Tenby, Templetown, Pembroke, Crunwere, Cosheston, Bigelly, Martheltwy, etc., and of the tithes of the parish of Warren, Pembrokeshire, and of Allt Ddu near Carmarthen. At the end of the volume and on the end-papers are a rental from 1780 of an estate bought of John Rossant in Cosheston and Bigelly; memoranda of leases and payments, 1745-84; and undated valuations and measurements of properties. The volume is indexed. Insets include holograph letters from Thos. Meyler, Llangloffan, 1776, Tho. Rees, Haverfordwest, 1792, B. Allen (undated), etc., and miscellaneous vouchers and accounts, 1769-95 and undated.

Rentals,

  • NLW MSS 11796-11800E.
  • File
  • 1819-1822.
  • Part of Brawdy MSS,

Rentals of the estate of W[illia]m H[enr]y Scourfield, Moat, in co. Pembroke at Lady Day and Michaelmas, 1819-1822.

Rentals,

  • NLW MSS 11801-11802E.
  • File
  • 1816-1823.
  • Part of Brawdy MSS,

Rentals of the estate of J[oseph] F[oster] Barham, M.P., of Trec┼Án, parish of Llanstinan, comprising Trecoon demesne and properties in Castle Henry (located in later rentals in Henry's Moat) and Fishguard, co. Pembroke, at Michaelmas, 1816-1823.

Rentals,

Rentals, 1840-1895, of various estates, mainly in Pembrokeshire.

Rentals, &c.,

An undated [mid eighteenth century] rental of the estate of Great Nash in the parishes of St. Lawrence, St. Edrins, Granston, Mathery, Llanhowell, St. Davids, Camross, Talbenny, St. Thomas in Haverfordwest, St. Mary's in Haverfordwest, Burton, and Langum, co. Pembroke; a draft rental, 1810, of the estates of John James, Pantsaison, in the parishes of Monington, Saint Dogmells, Moilgrove, Bayvill, and Narberth, co. Pembroke; and an alphabetical list, compiled in 1850, of the freemen for the town and county of Haverfordwest (348 names).

Rentals, and the Pembroke and Tenby Railway,

A rental, 1861-1874, of property belonging to William H. Rogers and John Davies, silversmith, trustees of the estate of William Rees, Bristol; a rental, 1861-1883, of the estate of ____ Rowlands, Glenover, Haverfordwest; and minutes of the Pembroke and Tenby Railway company relating to the purchase of lands, 1863-1867.

Rentals, pedigrees, &c.,

A rent roll of lands in Hauerfford west to be inserted in the estate 'for the erecting and may[n]teyning of the ffree schole', together with a covering letter, 18 October 1613, from Thomas Lloyd, Kilkethed, to John Skinner, esq., mayor of the town and county of Hauerfford west; draft rentals of the estates of John James, Esq. [Pantsaeson], in the parishes of Monington, St. Dogmells, Moylgrove, and Bayvill, 1809-1810; pedigrees of the families of Cornwallis of Abermarles, co. Carmarthen, 1721, of David of Blaenllechog, parish of Llangolman, co. Pembroke, 1823, and of Rice of Tyhen [parish of Llandysilio East], co. Carmarthen, the latter compiled by John William Phillips, Haverfordwest; lists of members belonging to the Loyal Welsh Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons who meet at the Victoria Hotel, Pembroke Dock, and of the Lodge of Freemasons called the Saint Davids Lodge held at the Nelson Hotel, Milford, 1839; typescript copies of letters from Tho. Picton, Carmarthen, to J[ohn] Philipps, Haverfordwest, 1815 (enclosing bills of exchange), John Martin, Withybush, to his son [John Phelps at Ely], 1815 (money, personal, news of the recipient's brother Samuel in the battle of Waterloo), and Sam[ue]l Phelps, Bois de Bologne, Comy, near Paris, to his brother John [Phelps at Ely], 1815 (an account of the battle of Waterloo); six typescript papers on 'Agricultural Law'; a typescript report of a public inquiry held at the Town Hall, Fishguard, 28 July 1905, by the Local Government Acts Committee of the Pembrokeshire County Council for the purpose of considering an application by the Fishguard Parish Council for the conversion of the parish of Fishguard into an urban district; typescript 'Addenda' to a 'Pembrokeshrie Archaeological Survey' by J. W. Phillips, [19]08; etc.

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