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 Historical databases relating to
Cadoxton-juxta-Neath parish

 

 These databases were contributed by Linda Ware ( June + 2007)

 


COAL MINES REGULATION ACT 1872

TOR CEFN COLLIERY

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From Monks to Millennium, the Story of the Village of Cilffriw by the Cilffriw Millennium Book Group, December 2000
"In 1863 Evan Evans started up the Torcefn and March Howel collieries .................. one of the first things that Evan Evans did in the village of Cilffriw was provide a transport system to take out the coal he intended to mine................................."

 

Male Young Persons of the age of 12 and under the age of 13 employed below ground

(The dates given are  believed to be when they actually started work at the colliery)

From 1st Day of January 1873 to 1st Day of January 1874

William James

12 years and 6 months

Torcefn Cottages

Sept. 12th 1872

Door Boy

 

David Evans

12 years and 11 months

Derwen Fawr

Oct 1872

Door Boy

 

John Samuel

12 years and 9 months

Derwen Fawr

Jan 18th 1873

Collier

left June 2nd 1875

John Lewis

12 years and 11 months

Ynysmidw

April 22nd 1873

Collier

left May 6th 1873

 

From 1st Day of January 1874 to 1st Day of January 1875 -  there were none

 

From 1st Day of January 1875 to 1st Day of January 1876

Thomas Evans

12 last birthday

Torcefn

Jan 5th 1875

Collier

Francis Jenkins

12 last birthday

Tydraw

Nov 1875

Collier

 

From 1st Day of January 1876 to 1st day of January 1877

David Davies

13

Torcefn

1876

Collier

Thomas James

13

Siding

1876

Collier

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Glamorgan Rifle Volunteers

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 From an article by Keith Tucker
 " .............the Government sought to revive the Volunteer Movement that had existed earlier in the century. The Lord Lieutenant of each county, C.R.M.Talbot of Margam in the case of Glamorgan, was instructed to make an appeal for the formation of volunteer rifle corps for coastal defence. As such local landed gentry and those of wealth involved with civic duty were approached. In the Neath area the Glamorgan Volunteer Corps were inaugurated on 2nd June 1860. Evan Evans was commissioned as Captain with his son-in-law David Bevan as Lieutenant. The corps of 100 men consisted mainly of workers from his brewery. Although not paid for their services, a volunteer was respected by the community and would doubtless be looked upon favourably by his employer. Armaments were supplied by Government, the cost of uniforms and operating this small 'army' of men being financed by Evan Evans. The troops would be regularly exercised on manoeuvres at Crymlyn Burrows and it is likely that the fives court was pressed into service as a rifle range for target practice. An engraving in the London Illustrated News shows a review of the troops at the brewery in Cadoxton. The company presented their Captain with an illuminated address, a shako, cross belts and a sword of Damascus steel in a silver scabbard engraved with embossed hilt and guard......................."

 

Glamorganshire Rifle Volunteer Association - copied from a document at the NLW

First General Meeting of this organisation held at the Town Hall, Neath  on October 30th 1860

President

Lieutenant Colonel C.R.M. Talbot - Lord Leiutenant, MP

Vice Presidents

J.W.N. Carne Esq DCL

R Fothergill Esq

Howel Gwyn Esq

Lieut John Homfray

R.O. Jones Esq

W. W. Lewis Esq

Capt. J.D. Llewelyn

G. Llewelyn Esq

F.E. Lloyd Esq

Lieut Col Morgan

Thomas Penrice Esq

J. Bruce Pryce Esq

Lieut Col Stuart MP

Col Kemeys Tynte MP

Col Kemeys Tynte ( Cefn Mably)

Henry Thomas Esq

T.E. Thomas Esq

Major Treharne

N.V.E. Vaughan Esq

Capt A.P. Vivian

Admiral Warde

Lieut Colonel Wood

 

 

Honorary Vice President

Major Roney - District Inspector of Volunteers

Committee

Lieut Col C.R.M. Talbot Lord Lieutenant, MP

Capt. Bruce MP

Capt Bassett

Capt Booker

Lieut Col Botelier R.E.

Lieut Col Clark

Masjor Dillwyn MP

Major Grenfell

Capt W. Llewellyn

Lieut J.T.D. Llewelyn

Capt Nicholl

Capt Talbot

Lieut Col Vivian MP

 

 

 

Secretary

Sergeant Thomas Thomas 15th Company Neath

 

 

List of men of 17th Glamorgan Volunteers listed for 'Chakos'   (Undated document at the NLW)

David Bevan of Evan Bevan Brewery was appointed in charge of the 17th in 1860 so this list is after that date

William Davies

Griffith Evans

William Harries

Griffith Evans

David Morgan

Richard Smart

Jno Davies

Evan Lloyd

Thomas Richards

Jno Thomas

James Phillips

Thomas Pullman

William Williams

Sergeant Golding

John Phillips

Fredk Turberville

William Brown

Rees Morgan

Griffith Thomas

William Thomas

D. Griffiths

James Coates

Bryn Lewis

Joshua Rees

Philip Thomas

William Palmer

John Rees

Geo Pocket

Jno Davies

R. Howells

Thomas Elias

John Taylor

Evan Hopkins

John Gregory

Joseph Evans

Thomas Manning

Sergeant Thomas

Josiah Melsford

John Mellin

Sergeant Williams

James Preece

Isaac Davies

John Thomas

Phillip Jones

William Hughes

Richard Gregory

William Thomas

 

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Vale of Neath Brewery - Cash Book - September 1874

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From Archives Network Wales;
"The Vale of Neath Brewery was established in the 1830s in Cadoxton-juxta-Neath, Glamorgan. Initially the business was successful, but economic difficulties and a fire in 1843 led to the sale of the business in 1850 to Evan Evans (1791-1871). Evans was a maltster, brewer and beer merchant, who also owned a schooner which traded between Neath and Bristol. Later he became a substantial colliery owner and was mayor of Neath. The brewery was producing 1,000 barrels a week by 1860 and soon acquired a good reputation. The brewery remained in the Evans and Evans Bevan family until 1967 when it was acquired by Messrs Whitbread Wales Ltd from Sir David Evans Bevan. The brewery eventually closed in 1972"

 

Neath Office

Name of tenant,address

Jane Matthews,Clock

A Banbury,King William

M Townshend,Water Street

David Rees,Water Street

Henry Harris,Water Street

Richard Watkins,Bridge Street

E. Jenkins,Bridge Street

S. Parker,Bridge Street

Miss Sims,Jersey Marine Hotel

Thomas Rees,Church Street Briton Ferry

John Gould,Church Street

Ellis James,Church Street

Ann Gething,Church Street

William Aubrey,Church Street

Thomas Davies,Church Street

Thomas Lewis,Church Street

David Evans,Church Street

Miss Thomas,Church Street

Daniel Williams,Asylum Place

William Hughes,Asylum Place

William Young,Asylum Place

Evan Powell,Asylum Place

William Fisher,Asylum Place

David Phillips,Asylum Place

Jenkin Mort,Asylum Place

Daniel Shea,Asylum Place

Rees Jones,Asylum Place

Benjamin Gwyn,Asylum Place

Margaret Mills,Asylum Place

Margaret Williams,Neath Road

David Hughes,Neath Road

David Morgan,Neath Road

Thomas Morgan,Neath Road

Thomas Davies,Neath Road

Rees Dukes,Neath Road

James Henry,Neath Road

James Williams,Neath Road

Thomas Jones,Colliers

William Jenkins,Farmers

Ann Jenkins,House of Lords

J.E. Euslance,Cricketers

 

 

 

 

Maesteg

Thomas Howell,Wyndham

John Jervis,Rock Hotel

Leyshon John,Odd Fellows

Hannah Williams,Colliers

Rees Hopkin,Navigation

Morgan Hopkins,Duffryn

Thomas Howell,Picton

Jane Farmer,Elder Bush

William Maddock,Travellers Rest

Evan Evans,Colliers

Thomas Lewis,Heart of Oak

John Jones,Cambrian

William Anthony,Talbot

David Morgan,King Alfred

William Thomas,Queen's Head

Ann Hutchinson,Farmers

Thomas Morgan,Greyhound

David Evans,Maltsters

Richard Hopkins,King George

Elizabeth England,Victoria

Ann Thomas,Garn

Philip Morgan,Goytraherne Arms

Martha Jones,3 Horse Shoes

Griffith Hopkin,Royal Oak

Moses Maddoc,Kings Head

Mary Thomas,Lamb

Rees Davies,Globe

W.G. Thomas,Swan

Thomas Bowen,Golden Lion

David Morgan,Angel

 

 

 

Stores

William Williams,Cwmavanbach

Thomas Edwards,Drayman

Griffith Griffiths,Crown

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VALE OF NEATH BREWERY  PAY BOOK - MAY 27TH 1882

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Trade,Name

Saddler

  • John Hopkins

Grains

  • Thomas Lewis

Gas

  • John Davies

Watchman

  • John Lewis

Sawyer

  • Evan Hopkins

Carpenters

  • Richard Gregory
  • Thomas Lewis
  • Thomas Parker
  • William Phillips
  • Thomas Richards
  • George Richards
  • Emerson Evans

 Smiths

  • David Evans
  • Dan Thomas
  • Llew Edwards

Plumber

  • Thomas Jones

Cleaning House

  • R Williams
  • Janet Davies

Labourers

  • Griff Williams
  • Ben Morris
  • W Rous

Painters

  • S P Mellin
  • John Mellin
  • W Griffiths
  • David Griffiths
  • P Stephens
  • C Tucker
  • A Taylor

Plasterer

  • Thomas Jones
  • George Nott

 Masons

  • W Bowen
  • Hopkin Bowen
  • P Richards
  • W Davies
  • Thomas Davies
  • John Thomas
  •  

Draymen

  • John Phillips
  • Ben Lewis
  • R Donald
  • George Williams
  • David Davies
  • Evan Jones
  • John Davies
  • Ban Thomas
  • Jas Evans
  • W Tremaine
  • David Rees
  • John Thomas
  • Richard Anthony
  • B Russell
  • Jas Court

Washers

  • David Jenkins
  • W Davies

 T Room

  • W Thomas
  • Owen Rees
  • W Hughes
  • Jas Brown
  • Alf Pearce
  • W Moon

Town Engineer

  • W Devonald

Fitter

  • David Griffiths

W Wrights

  • Harry Bending
  • Richard Gregory
  • David Gregory
  • W Bevan

Coopers

  • John Davies
  • Harry Niven
  • John Stephens
  • David Edwards

Cellar

  • T Pulman
  • W Pearce
  • George Morrell
  • Evan Lloyd
  • L Reynolds
  • G Treharne
  • John Thomas
  • M Jones

Casks

  • Richard Williams

Maltster

  • David Conway

Office

  • W Rees
  • Jas Thomas
  • R E Evans

Cman

  • W Ford

Gardener

  • B Meredith

 

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Tenants in Cadoxton-juxta-Neath parish - 1677  (NLW)

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NB. Please note that a lot of these names would have been transposed also.

FREE TENANTS

Sir Hubert Evans

Bussy Mansell

Ja Evans

John Llewelin

Leyson Evans Gent

Rowland Harris youth

Richard Williams youth

Griffith Awbrey Gent

John Richards

Phillip Thomas

John Williams

Thomas William Hon

Janet Evan

Thomas William Hon

 

 

TENANTS OF 1000 YEARS

Sir Herbert Evans

Bussy Mansell

Richard Seys

John Llewelin

William Howell

William Thomas

Howell ap Howell

Janet Evan

Juan Rogers

William Rogers

Robert Morris

 

TENANTS FOR 99 YEARS

Sir Herbert Evans

Bussy Mansell

Ja Evans

Griffith Awbrey youth

? John

Thomas William

Howell ap Howell

Ja Evans

Hopkin Leyson

William John Bowen

Howell Mansel Richard Smith

Willam Edw Howell

Rees Loughor

Lewis Roberts

William Thomas

William Howell

Evan Griffith

Edward David

Gwenllian Jon

Thomas Evan

David Phillip

Thomas Smith

Hopkin Morgan

David Williams

Hopkin Thomas

Rosser Thomas

Thomas William Rees

Griffith Thomas

TENANTS AT THE LORDS WILL

Sir Hubert Evans

Bussy Mansell

Richard Seyes

David Evans

John Llewelin

Leyson Evans youth

Rowland Harris youth

Phillip Williams youth

Griffith Awbrey youth

Thomas Morgan youth

William Edward Howell

Thomas Morgan youth

Ssaar John

Thomas William Richards

William Jenkin

Evan Griffiths

Thomas Roberts

Owen Thomas

Griffith Hopkin Harry

Thomas David Owens

John Thomas John

John Thomas Willilam

Leyson William

Edward Howell

Mary Rees

Richard John

David Richard

John Edward

Ros Llewelin

John Howell

Jon Edwards

Mary John

Jon Henry

Matthew Mor (gan)

William Evan

William Rogers

Jon Leyson

Owen Johns

Robert Morris

Phillip Williams youth

How Leyson

John Rees

Mor Evans

Jane Evan

Juan Hopkin

Thomas Morgan youth

Mor John

Griffith Thomas

Evan Thomas

Lou Thomas

Joseph Evan

PhillipMorgan

William Mathew

Nicolas Woods

Elizabeth John

Elizabeth Thomas

Richard Williams youth

Hopkin Morgan

Llewelin Christopher

Griffith Richard

David Morgan

Awbrey Howell

Gwenllian David

Juan Thomas

Rees John

William Rees

Howell John Bowen

Juan Thomas

Rees Llewelin

Evan Edwards

 

 

 

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Chapel records

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These are baptism/birth entries from the registers of various non-conformist chapels;

 

BETHANY BAPTIST CHAPEL, NEATH (PRO)

 

CAPEL-Y-CWM  INDEPENDENT CHAPEL, CRYNANT

Deaths

 

THE LATT  CALVANISTIC METHODIST CHAPEL,  NEATH

 

See also the parish chapels' databases on Genuki

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Coal Mine Regulation Act 1872 (NLW - Evans Bevan records)

Tor Cefn Colliery

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Male Persons Employed at this Colliery from the first day of January 1873 to the first day of January 1874

Name,Age,Residence,Date 1st Employed,Remarks

David Rees

46 last birthday

Hafod Wynog

1864

Collier

Thomas Rees

46 last birthday

Hafod Wynog

1864

Collier

David Evans

37 last birthday

Torcefn

1865

Collier

Robert Davies

43 last birthday

Torcefn

1865

Collier

John Davies

16 last birthday

Torcefn

1869

Collier

David Evans

16 last birthday

Torcefn

1868

Collier

David Watkins

29 last birthday

Hafod Wynog

Nov 1872

Collier

Howell Jeffreyes

26 last birthday

Hafod Wynog

June 1872

Collier

William Davies

50 last birthday

Hafod Wynog

1867

Repairer

David Jones

61 last birthday

Hafod Wynog

1866

Repairer

Thomas Davies

27 last birthday

Hafod Wynog

1867

Collier

John Jones

19 last birthday

Hafod Wynog

1867

Collier

William Davies

16 last birthday

Hafod Wynog

1869

Collier

John Lloyd

17 last birthday

Hafod Wynog

1868

Collier

John Rees

16 last birthday

Hafod Wynog

1867

Collier

William Davidd

40 last birthday

Hafod Wynog

1872

Haulier - left Feb28th

Howel Davidd

17 last birthday

Hafod Wynog

1872

Haulier - left March

David Davies

54 last birthday

Derwen Fawr

1866

Collier

David Evans

44 last birthday

Derwen Fawr

1867

Collier

Howel Howel

34 last birthday

Derwen Fawr

1867

Collier - died 1873

David William

48 last birthday

Derwen Fawr

1866

Collier

John Charles

41 last birthday

Derwen Fawr

1866

Collier - left 1873

David Davies

24 last birthday

Derwen Fawr

1866

Collier

Henry Thomas

32 last birthday

Derwen Fawr

1871

Collier

William Jones

41 last birthday

Derwen Fawr

1870

Collier - died 1873

Evan Evans

24 last birthday

Derwen Fawr

July 1871

Collier

Rees Charles

26 last birthday

Derwen Fawr

1867

Haulier

David William

16 last birthday

Derwen Fawr

1868

Collier

Evan Morgan

17 last birthday

Derwen Fawr

December 30th 1872

Collier

William Davies

 

Sideings

1865

Weigher

Daniel Griffiths

39 last birthday

Sideings

1865

Breakman

John Jenkins

22 last birthday

Sideings

1869

Collier

Thomas Davies

27 last birthday

Sideings

June 1871

Collier

Thomas Davies

 

Tyn y Cae Neath

1871

Tipper

Howel Davies

 

Tyn y Cae Neath

1871

Tipper

Lot Lake

 

Crinant

1872

Tipper

Phillip Thomas

55 last birthday

Henfaes

May 1872

Collier

Llewellyn Thomas

19 last birthday

Henfaes

May 1872

Collier

William Aubrey

38 last birthday

Aberdulais

June 1871

Collier

Morgan Edward

68 last birthday

Aberdualis

1872

Collier

Thomas Jenkins

30 last birthday

Tyn Llecha Isha

1871

Collier

David Simon

23 last birthday

Kilfrew

1872

Collier - left

George Bradbur

22 last birthday

Kilfrew

1872

Collier

George Hill

19 last birthday

Kilfrew

1870

Collier

Morgan William

21 last birthday

Kilfrew

1872

Collier

William Lewis

16 last birthday

Kilfrew

1872

Collier

Daniel Jenkins

24 last birthday

Kilfrew

June 1872

Collier - left

William Jenkins

22 last birthday

Kilfrew

July 1872

Collier

David Bowen

36 last birthday

Kilfrew

1872

Collier - left

Jenkin Rees

53 last birthday

Kilfrew

1872

Discharger

Albert Powell

24 last birthday

Alltwen

Dec 30th 1872

Collier - left

Thomas Hughes

22 last birthday

Alltwen

Dec 30th 1872

Collier - left

Morgan Jones

20 last birthday

Kenfaes

1868

Collier

William Davies

19 last birthday

Derwen Fawr

1866

Collier - left Feb 24th 1873

Evan Jones

27 last birthday

Tyrlan

Feb 4th 1873

Collier

John Williams

20 last birthday

Aberdulais

March 5th 1873

Collier

Rees Rees

20 last birthday

 

March 19th 1873

Collier - left 21st

William Lewis

16 last birthday

Tynllecha

March 19th 1873

Collier

William Lewis

37 last birthday

Ynysmidw

April 22nd 1873

Collier - left May 6th 1873

David Evans

25 last birthday

Ynysmidw

April 22nd 1873

Collier - left May 6th 1873

John Jones

20 last birthday

Ynysmidw

April 22nd 1873

Collier - left May 6th 1873

William Jones

31 last birthday

Ynysmidw

April 23rd 1873

Collier - left May 6th 1873

John Jones

26 last birthday

Ynysmidw

A[ril 23rd 1873

Collier - left May 6th 1873

Llewellyn Jones

44 last birthday

Ynysmidw

April 23rd 1873

Collier - left May 6th 1873

William Williams

22 last birthday

Pontardawe

April 23rd 1873

Collier - left May 6th 1873

Herbert Jones

21 last birthday

Ynysmidw

April 23rd 1873

Collier - left May 6th 1873

Thomas Rees

32 last birthday

Ynysmidw

April 24th 1873

Collier - left May 6th 1873

William Isaac Jones

18 last birthday

Llanguke

April 24th 1873

Collier - left May 6th 1873

John Jenkins

19 last birthday

Kilfrew

April 24th 1873

Collier - left July1st

Lewis Lewis

20 last birthday

Kilfrew

May 6th 1873

Collier

Richard Roper

19 last birthday

Aberdulais

May 19th 1873

Collier - left 1873

David Morgan

41 last birthday

Aberdulais

May 19th 1873

Collier

William Davies

19 last birthday

Derwen Fawr

June 2nd 1873 ( admitted)

 

David Jones

35 last birthday

Kilfrew

July 1st 1873

Haulier

David Edward

18 last birthday

Ystrad

July 2nd 1873

Collier - left Sept.

David Samuel

17 last birthday

Ystrad

July 2nd 1873

Collier - left Sept.

David Phillips

21 last birthday

Aberdualis

Sept 11th 1873

Collier

Samuel Evans

49 last birthday

Glynneath

Nov 2nd 1873

Collier - left December 24th

 


Declaration by William Aubrey Leyshon

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This document contains the names of the various people mentioned in a property transaction in 1919; it's purpose is to rectify/clarify the use of a wrong name in the latter

Declaration dated 6 April 1940

 I WILLIAM AUBREY LEYSON of 2 Church Place Neath in the County of Glamorgan a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Judicature DO SOLEMNLY AND SINCERELY DECLARE  as follows :-

 1. In the month of December one thousand nine hundred and nineteen I was instructed by DAVID LEWIS (whom I had always known as Llewellyn Lewis) of 3 Penscynor Cilfrew near Neath aforesaid to act professionally for him in relation to the purchase by him of the freehold reversion of a dwelling house and premises situate and then known as "Ivy House" Cilfrew Road Aberdulais near Neath aforesaid but now known as 3 Penscynor Cilfrew near Neath aforesaid.                                                    

 2. The Leashold interest in the said premises had been acquired by one Llewellyn Lewis ( the father of the said David Lewis) by a Lease dated the thirteenth day of May one thousand eight hundred and fifty nine and made between Henry Tennant and Thomas Boone Everest Tennant of the one part and the SAID LLEWELLYN LEWIS OF THE OTHER PART.  

 3. When I Acted for the said David Lewis as aforesaid I thought his name was Llewellyn Lewis as I had always known him by that name and the Conveyance of the Freehold Reversion of the said dwelling house and premises bearing date the Thirty First day of December one thousand nine hundred and nineteen and made between Charles Coombe Tennant of the first part Percy Jennings and Frederick William Fane of the second part and Llewellyn Lewis of the third part was therefore drawn in the name of Llewellyn Lewis as the Purchaser and when the said David Lewis executed the said Conveyance in my presence I directed him to sign Llewellyn Lewis his name Llewellyn Lewis in the document which he did as it now appears thereon and I attested the signature accordingly. Had the said David Lewis informed me that his correct name was David Lewis the error in the document would have been rectified when the said transaction was completed by me.  

 4.  THE said Llewellyn Lewis died on the tenth of June One Thousand nine hundred and four.  

 5. THE said David Lewis died on the twenty sixth of January One thousand nine hundred and forty and after his death the said error in the said Document was discovered.  

 6. I am quite satisfied that the said Freehold Reversion was purchased by the said David Lewis as I advised him to purchase the same and he provided the purchase money and that the said conveyance should have been drawn in his name and executed by him accordingly as he the said David Lewis was the person for whom I acted as aforesaid.  

 7. I can also testify of my own knowledge that the said David Lewis resided in the said Dwellinghouse and premises for many years before he purchased the said Freehold Reversion thereof and that he afterwards continued in possession of and resided in the said Dwellinghouse and premises and was still in occupation and possession thereof at the time of his death as aforesaid.

AND I make this solemn Declaration conscientiously believing the same to be true and by virtue of the provisions of the Statutory Declarations Act One thousand eight hundred and thrity five.  

DECLARED  at Neath in the County of Glamorgan this sixth day of April One thousand nine hundred and forty.  

Before me  

Willliam Leyson   


  The Vale of Neath Brewery: Ledgers   

(National Library of Wales)

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 Cash Book May 1874

 

 

 Saturday 9th May  

 

(Office  & Name of Establishment)

       Neath

      Aberavon  

      Cwmavon  

Monday 11th  

 

      Maesteg  

      Pontardawe  

      Neath Office  

      Swansea  

      Neath Office  

    Thursday 14th

      Cwm Neath  

      Neath Office  

      Rhondda  

      Port Tennant  

      Neath Office  

      Bridgend  

      Swansea  

     

       Saturday 16th  

      Morriston

      Neath Office  

       Monday 18th

       Aberavon  

      Briton Ferry  

      Monday 18th

      Neath Office

      Cwmavon  

      Glyncorrwg  

   Tuesday 19th

      Maesteg

      19th May

      Neath Office

     Wednesday  20th May

      Hirwaun  

      Swansea  

      Neath Office  

      Brecon & Defynock  

      Cymneath  

      Neath  

      Aberdare  

      Merthyr  

      Neath Office  

      Morriston  

     23rd May

      Swansea  

    Monday  25th May

      Bridgend

      Cwmavon  

      Aberavon  

Tuesday 26th May

      Maesteg   

      Neath  

      Swansea  

     27th May

      Neath

      Cwmneath  

      Pontardawe  

      Neath  

      Bridgend  

      Port Tennant

      Neath Office  

      Merthyr  

      Morriston  

      Swansea  

      Neath  

      Aberavon  

      Briton Ferry  

      Neath Office  

      Maesteg  

      Neath Office  

      Pontardawe  

      Swansea  

      Neath  

      Cwmneath  

      Neath  

      Aberdare  

      Aberavon  

      Bridgend  

      Maesteg  

      Neath  

      Rhondda  

      Neath  

      Aberdare  

      Merthyr  

      Morriston  

      Briton Ferry  

      Cwmavon  

      Neath  

      Maesteg  

      Neath  

      Cwmneath  

      Aberdare  

      Bridgend  

      Morriston  

     June 1874  

       Neath

      Swansea  

      August 1874

      Neath  

       September 1874  

      Neath   

      Pontardawe  

      Neath  

     September 1874

      Neath   

      Monday 14th September 1874

     Neath Office   

     Wednesday 16th September 1874

     Neath  

      Port Tennant  

      Neath  

   28th September 1874  

      Neath Office

   December 29th 1874  

     March 1877

      Neath Office  

 


 Vale of Neath Brewery

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  Ledger Number 5 - 1896

   


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