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NAMES: William RUTLEDGE of Foxford; George JACKSON jr. of Prospect, Co. Mayo; Robert MARTIN; William ORME; Rev. Charles KENT; John MOORE. PLACES: Creggaballagh, Parish of Killasser, Barony of Gallen, Co. Mayo; Treannagleragh, Parish of Killedan, Barony of Gallen, Co. Mayo; Dangan.
Sharon Oddie Brown. December 17, 2011

 

Book 374, page 354, #249395

Transcription by Dawn Lowe

 

Indented Deed of Lease and Release

 

Release dated 3 Jan 1786, Made between

 

William Rutledge[1] of Foxford, County Mayo, Esq, of the first part

 

George Jackson[2] the Younger of Prospect, County Mayo, Esq, of the other part

 

Reciting as therein recited by Deed of Release the said William Rutledge for considerations mentioned therein did grant sell release and confirm to said George Jackson his heirs and assigns all that and those Towns and Lands of Creaghballiagh[3] and Treenriogh[4] in as large and as ample a manner and under the same mears and bounds as said William Rutledge or his Undertenants … situate in the Parish of Killasor, Barony of Gollen[5], County Mayo together with all the appurtenances to have and to hold all singular said Towns and Lands to George Jackson forever … subject to yearly fee farm rent of 18 pounds sterling payable to Robert Martin[6] of Dangan[7], County Galway, Esq, his heirs and assigns … Witnessed by

 

William Orme[8], Tully, County Sligo, Esq

The Reverend Charles Kent[9], CastleGore, County Mayo

 

Signed and sealed in the presence of William Orme and Charles Kent. Charles Kent is a subscribing witness to the Original Deed of Release of which this is a Memorial. Delivered to John Moore[10], Deputy Register

 

William Rutledge:  Seal

 

Registered 23 Jan 1786

Book 374, page 354, #249396

Transcription by Dawn Lowe

 

Indented Deed of Assignment dated 3 Jan 1786

 

William Rutledge[1], Foxford, County Mayo, Esq, and Maria Jackson[2] otherwise Rutledge only Daughter of said William Rutledge, of the first part

 

George Jackson[3] the Younger of Prospect, County Mayo, Esq, of the other part

 

Reciting whereas said William Rutledge and Maria Jackson for the considerations mentioned therein and according to their respective rights and Interests did grant … and make over to George Jackson all that quarter of Kill[4] otherwise Errislawnin in the Barony of Ballynehinch, County Galway, together with all appurtenances … recited in Indre of Lease and all benefit of Renewal thereof to George Jackson the Younger and his heirs and assigns during all the residue of Term of 21 years … Witnessed by

 

William Orme[5], Tully, County Sligo, Esq

The Reverend Charles Kent[6], CastleGore, County Mayo

 

Charles Kent is a subscribing witness to the Original Deed of Assignment of which this is a Memorial. Delivered to John Moore[7], Deputy Register

 

William Rutledge:  Seal

 

Registered 23 Jan 1786

 

 



[1] William RUTLEDGE, husband of Barbara Taylor and father of Maria RUTLEDGE who married George JACKSON (1761-1805).

[2] Maria RUTLEDGE. Given the ages of her children she was likely born abt 1765.

[3] George JACKSON (abt 1775-1836) son of Maria RUTLEDGE & George JACKSON (1761-1805). He was Col of the North Mayo militia and married Sidney VAUGHAN. His father was Colonel of the North Mayo militia, and member for the County of Mayo in the Irish and Imperial Parliaments.

[4] Kill – there are two such townlands in the Barony of Ballynehinch. I don’t know which one it micght be.

[5] William ORME also of Glenmore & Abbeytown, Co. Mayo was the husband of Anne JACKSON, sister of George JACKSON (1761-1805).

[6] Rev Charles KENT

[7] John MOORE, Deputy Registrar.

 

 



[1] William RUTLEDGE, husband of Barbara Taylor and father of Maria RUTLEDGE who married George JACKSON (1761-1805).

[2] George JACKSON (abt 1775-1836) son of Maria RUTLEDGE & George JACKSON (1761-1805). He was Col of the North Mayo militia and married Sidney VAUGHAN. His father was Colonel of the North Mayo militia, and member for the County of Mayo in the Irish and Imperial Parliaments.

[3] Creaghballiagh is probably Creggaballagh, Parish of Killasser, Barony of Gallen, Co. Mayo

[4] Treenriogh  is probably Treannagleragh, Parish of Killedan, Barony of Gallen, Co. Mayo

[5] Gollen aka Barony of Gallen

[6] Robert MARTIN

[7] Dangan – There are 4 townlands that this could be. At this point, I won’t hazard a guess.

[8] William ORME also of Glenmore & Abbeytown, Co. Mayo was the husband of Anne JACKSON, sister of George JACKSON (1761-1805).

[9] Rev. Charles KENT

[10] John MOORE, Deputy Registrar.

 

 

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