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NAMES: Charles COULTER of Carrickastuck; Mary COULTER otherwise McEVERS; Thomas McEVERS of Dublin; Nicodemus McEVERS of Dublin; Elizabeth KYLE of Dublin; Townet SMITH; William HERON of Dublin; William THOMAS of Dublin.
Sharon oddie Brown. August 30, 2009

 

1748 Feb 14

DEED: 134 179 90509

COULTER, Charles & KYLE

Notes from my 2009 diary

 

Charles COULTER of Carrickstuck[1], Co. Louth, Farmer & Mary COULTER[2] otherwise McEVERS his wife and Thomas McEVERS[3] of Drumcondra Lane, City of Dublin, Gent of the other part. The said Thomas McEVERS & Mary COULTER being Administrators with the will annexed of Nicodemus McEVERS[4] late of Drumcondra Lane aforesaid merchant deceased & Elizabeth KYLE[5] of the said city, widow of the other part by which deed the said Charles COULTER Mary COULTER his wife and Thomas McEVERS … transfer Elizabeth KYLE .. house (etc) in McDonnard’s Lane[6] (next to) Drumcondra Lane where Nicodemus McEVERs & Townet SMITH[7] formerly lived (following is extensive description of property) WITNESS: Wm HERON[8], Dublin, Gent & William THOMAS[9], Public Notary, Dublin.

 



[1] Charles COULTER of Carrickstuck, Co. Louth, I believe this to be the Charles COULTER (?-bef 1776 ) who was deceased before 1776 Dec 4 SOURCE: Deed: 323 232 213562. I also suspect that he was a brother of Samuel COULTER (abt 1690-?) of Cavananore and of William and John COULTER – the latter two were also deceased before 1776. He married Mary McEVERS before 1735 (son James mentioned).  SOURCE: DEED: 134 179 90509. And DEED: 80 473 56629

[2] Mary COULTER otherwise McEVERS wife of Charles COULTER

[3] Thomas McEVERS of Drumcondra Lane, City of Dublin, Gent. In all likelihood, this relates to an email from Richard McMASTER A letter written in 1734 to the Belfast merchant Daniel Mussenden by John McEvers mentioned his two brothers Charles McEvers (also in New York) and Nicodemus McEvers (in London).SOURCE http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/Scotch-Irish/2004-07/1089632986

[4] Nicodemus McEVERS late of Drumcondra Lane [Dublin] aforesaid merchant deceased.

·         In all likelihood, he is the Nicodemus McEVERS referred to in an email from Richard McMASTER A letter written in 1734 to the Belfast merchant Daniel Mussenden by John McEvers mentioned his two brothers Charles McEvers (also in New York) and Nicodemus McEvers (in London).SOURCE http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/Scotch-Irish/2004-07/1089632986

·         Also a reference: P. 119: Andrew Browne, yeoman, promised and granted Nico-  demus McEvers, Mariner, from the sd. date [June 15, 1726] until  ye first and next arrival at Philadelphia, and after, for and during  a term of four years, to serve in such service and employment as  ye sd. Nicodemus McEvers shall employ him according to the cus-  tom of ye country. Dublin, June 15, 1726. "Arrived here Oct.  ye ninth, 1726." I hereby assign ye within Indenture to Jno.  McEvers of New York, or his Assigns. Pr. Nicodemus McEvers.  New York, Oct. 12th. I do hereby assign ye within Indenture to  Thomas Nichols of Westchester, or his assigns. Pr. Jno. McEvers.  SOURCE: The New York genealogical and biographical record (1870)

[5] Elizabeth KYLE of the said city [Dublin], widow

[6] McDonnard’s Lane (next to) Drumcondra Lane

[7] Townet SMITH

[8] Wm HERON, Dublin, Gent

[9] William THOMAS, Public Notary, Dublin

 

 

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