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NAMES: Rev. William JACKSON of Clonmell, Tpperary; Jeremiah VICARS of Co. Dublin; Robert JACKSON; John FOX; Samuel HEATH; William PARRY.
Sharon Oddie Brown. December 17, 2011

NOTE: This is a fascinating deed on a number of counts. The curiosity is whether there is any link between Rev. William JACKSON of Clonmell, Tipperary, and this family. I have posted some thinking out loud about the possible relationships between the JACKSONs of Dublin and the JACKSONs of Co. Meath.

 

Book 58, page 519, #40351

Transcribed by Dawn Lowe

 

Lease dated 23 Sept 1728

 

The Rev William Jackson[1], Clonmell[2], County Tipperary, demised to

Jeremiah Vicars[3], County Dublin, Tanner

 

The Holding and Tan Yard wherein Robert Jackson[4] deceased formerly lived situate on Crooked Staffe, in the Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore, County Dublin with all houses, gardens, yards, Backside house to Jeremiah Vicars for 61 years from 25 March last past, at the yearly rent of 40 pounds sterling with 7 shillings sterling per annum Dutys for every dwelling house that is or shall be built …

 

Subscribing witness: John Fox[5], City of Dublin, Cutter and

Samuel Heath[6], County Dublin, Tanner

 

William Jackson: Seal

 

Signed and sealed in presence of John Fox, City of Dublin, Cutter and

Samuel Heath, County Dublin, Tanner

 

Delivered to William Parry[7], Deputy Register

Registered 24 April 1729

 

 



[1] Rev. William JACKSON, Clonmell, County Tipperary

[2] Clonmell, County Tipperary

[3] Jeremiah VICARS, Co. Dublin, tanner. He was son-in-law of Robert JACKSON

[4] Robert JACKSON, deceased, of Crooked Staffe, in the Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore, County. He was the husband of Joyce SHAW, and died in 1711 and had five known children.

[5] John FOX, City of Dublin, Cutter

[6] Samuel HEATH, Co. Dublin, Tanner

[7] William PARRY, Deputy Register

 

 

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