Summary Information

Gwent Archives
Messrs Goldingham and Joteham, Solicitors.
Messrs Goldingham and Joteham, Solicitors of Wotton-Under-Edge, Records
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Biographical/Historical note

The firm Messrs. Goldingham and Joteham Solicitors began operating in Wotton-Under-Edge in 1850s. The firm has undergone several formulations finally operating as Jotcham, Gloster, Davies and Russell

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Scope and Contents note

Title Deeds relating to property in the parishes of Aberystruth and Blaenavon

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

 Gwent Archives

Conditions Governing Access note

There are no restrictions on access

Conditions Governing Use note

Usual copyright conditions apply

Custodial History note

A collection of documents was deposited by Gloucestershire Record Office on 23rd August 1951, on permanent loan from Messrs. Goldingham and Joteham, Solicitors of 10 Long Street, Wotton-under-Edge, Glos

Accruals note

No further accruals are expected

Appraisal note

All records have been retained

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Other Finding Aids note

Copies of finding aids are available at Gwent Archives

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Collection Inventory

 D33/1 Lease 2 Feb 1826   1.0 item

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1.Thomas Vennor of Dean Street in the parish of St. Pauls in the city of Bristol, Esq., John Brewer of the parish of St. Woolos, Co., Mon., Esq. William Brewer of Newport Co., Mon., Esq., George Brewer of Coalbrook Vale works in the parish of Aberystruth Co., Mon., Esq., Hopkin perkins of Newport, Gent., John Brown of the parish of Bassaleg, Co., Mon., Ironfounder and Richard Brown of the parish of Aberystwith, [Aberystruth] Publican (Ironmasters under the name of “The Coalbrook Vale Co.”)

2.Ward Williams of the parish of Aberystruth, Smith

All that part or piece of land containing 250 sq. yds. being part of a certain piece of land called Tyr Evan David situate on the east side of the old parish road leading from Aberystwith Church to a place called Tafarn y Garn situate in the parish Aberystwith together with a messuage or tenement erected thereon.

63 Years. Rent. £1. 1s. Od. per annum

 D33/2 Assignment 10 Oct 1835   1.0 item

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1. Samuel Nicholas of the town of Manchester, Merchant

2. Wm. Cousins of the city of Bristol, Woollen Draper and Partridge Smith of the same place, Linen Merchants (Assignees of the estate of John Edwards late of Llanelly Co. Brecon, Dissenting Minister, now a bankrupt)

3. John Edwards

4. Ward Williams of Nantyglo Co. Mon. Smith


All that piece or parcel of land containing 150 sq. yds. situate in a place called Pen -y- Garn in the parish of Aberystruth together with four dwelling houses erected thereon

 D33/3 Lease 9 Feb 1889   1.0 item

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1. David Davies of Llanover Road, BNlaenavon, Co. Mon. Collier

2. Robert William Miller of the City Brewery, Hereford, Brewer

All that messuage or tenement or licensed inn called The Mount Pleasant Inn situate on the Llanover Road, Blaenavon, Co. Mon., together with a cottage adjoining thereto now in the occupation of John Wilkes.

7 years. £25per annum