Book 370, pg. 379, #252830
Transcribed by Dawn Lowe; annotations by Sharon Oddie Brown
Memorial of an Indented Deed of Conveyance 8 Sept 1786
Hanibal Fraser late of O'Haye? In the King's County Esq
Anne Fraser otherwise Jackson his wife of the one part and
Reciting as in said Deed is severally recited and witnessing that the said Hanibal Fraser and Ann Fraser did grant to the said Eugenia Jackson her heirs and assigns all the undivided moyety of the said Ann Fraser and her heirs of in and to all that and those the ground lying in Cumberland Street bounded on the east with the said street on the north with James Jackson Perriwigmakers plot on the west with Mathew Herberts holding and on the south with James Jackson's holdings Brother to the said Ann Jackson all which said demised premises are situate in the Town of Parsonstown in the Barony of Ballybritt and in the Kings County aforesaid together with all the houses, buildings, improvements rights and appurtenances thereunto belonging. To hold unto said Eugenia Jackson for the lives therein mentioned and lives of the survivors of them … paying unto the said Hanibal Fraser the yearly sum of 35 pounds sterling payable half yearly … And also out of all that and those the Town and Lands of Liscloony and Clanbamiss in said County during the continuance of the lease thereof and the said Hanibal and Ann Fraser agreed to levy a fine of all said premises in Birr before the end of the next Michaelmas Term which said Deed and this Memorial are respectively witnessed by Robert Drought of the City of Dublin Esq and Thos Lacy Clerk to the said Robert Drought.
H Fraser: SEAL
Anne Fraser: SEAL
Signed and sealed in presence of Thos Lacy and Robert Drought
The above named Thos Lacy maketh oath that he is a subscribing witness to the Deed of which the above is a Memorial … duly executed by Hanibal Fraser and Anne Fraser, delivered to Wm Moore Gent, Dep Register
Registered 9 Sept 1786
 Hanibal FRASER
 Ann FRASER née JACKSON, brother James JACKSON
 Eugenia JACKSON died aft 1790 bef 1828.
 Birr, Barony of Ballybritt, Kings Co.
 Robert JACKSON died May 1785
 James JACKSON, brother to Ann JACKSON
 Mathew HERBERT
 Parsonstown aka Birr, Parish of Birr, Barony of Ballybritt. NOTE the Parish of Sierkeeran aka Sierkieran is on the east side of Parsonstown. This parish is one where generations of JACKSONs lived. In the townland of Grange.
 Liscloony, Parish of Tisaran, Barony of Garrycastle, Kings Co.
 Clanbamiss, aka Clonbonniff, Parish of Tisaran, Barony of Garrycastle, Kings Co. NOTE: Eugenia JACKSON by Deed of 15 July 1791 appointed to her son Henry JACKSON a lease of Lisclooney & Clonbanniffe which was afterwards evicted so Henry brought a Chancery suit & got a Decree in pursuance of which he got £564 and above assignment. SEE: Memorial 545-451-360036.
 Robert DROUGHT of City of Dublin. NOTE: There is likely a DROUGHT-JACKSON family connection here since the name crops up in other memorials, and also there are many DROUGHT family members buried in Ballyboy Churchyard where there are also the family of a George JACKSON of Ballyboy, Kings Co.
 Thomas LACY, clerk to Robert DROUGHT
 William MOORE, Gent, Deputy Registrar.
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