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NAMES: Robert PATTERSON of Gullagh; George BARTLEY of Town of Monaghan; Agnes BARKLEY otherwise WILSON; Francis McCLELLAND; William CLARK; James BARKLEY of Maghery, Derry. OTHER PLACES: Dunraymond; Losset.
Sharon Oddie Brown. July 15, 2009
Updated September 16, 2009

 

DEED 440 473 284746

1791 Jun 28

PATTERSON to BARTLEY

Regd 20th Sepr 1791 at one

 

NOTE: The BARTLEY family (subject to several variant spellings) was a family that generated a significant number of business and family connections with the core family tree that I am pursuing (relations of Sir Thomas JACKSON).SEE: file:///C:/Users/Sharon/Documents/Webstuff/theSilverBowl2/familytree/BartleyTree_1-4.htm

 

Given the reference in this deed to a James BARKLEY of Londonderry in connection with BARTLEYs of Monaghan, I thought it might be useful to look at BARTLEY names recorded in Griffiths Valuations of Londonderry:

 

Surname

First Name

Townland

Parish

Bartley

James

Tirgan

Desertmartin

Bartley

James

Ballygonny More

Arboe

Bartley

George

Mullaghinch

Aghadowey

Bartley

Samuel

Durnascallon

Desertmartin

Bartley

William

Durnascallon

Desertmartin

Bartley

John

Tyanee

Tamlaght Ocrilly

Bartley

George

Culnaman

Desertoghill

Bartley

Alexander

Culnaman

Desertoghill

Bartley

George

Moneycarrie Lower

Aghadowey

Bartley

George

Cullycapple

Aghadowey

Bartley

Alexander

Cullycapple

Aghadowey

Bartley

Alexander

Ballynacally Beg

Aghadowey

Bartley

Alexander

Ballygawley

Aghadowey

Bartley

Alexander

Moneycarrie Lower

Aghadowey

Bartley

Alexander

Mullaghinch

Aghadowey

Bartley

George

Ballynacally Beg

Aghadowey

Bartley

George

Ballinrees

Aghadowey

Bartley

Geo.

Mullaghinch

Aghadowey

Bartley

Alexander

Ballinrees

Aghadowey

 

Thanks also to John Wood, in an email received September 15, 2009, the following:  George BARKLEY (1831-?) b. Maghera, was a gunner in Royal Artillery serving in 1851 in Woolwich, Kent. SOURCE: http://www.torrens.org.uk/Genealogy/BannValley/Strays_1851.html

 

 

To the Regr appd by act of Parlt for Regg of Deeds Conveyns & so forth

A Meml of an Indentd Deed bearg date the Twenty eighth day of June one thousand Seven hundred and ninety one Between Robert Patterson[1] of Gullagh[2] in the Coy of Londonderry Gent of the one part George Bartley[3] of the Town of Monaghan Esq. of the other part  Whereby after Recity as therein is recitd He the sd Robt Patterson for the Considn therein mentd Grantd Bargd Sold assigned and made over unto Geo Bartley all that and those three fifth Undercited parts of that pt of the Lands of Dunraymond[4] and Lossett[5] which formerly belonged to Agnes Barkley[6] owise Wilson Situate in the Parish of Kilmore & Coy of Monaghan with the appts To hold the sd Premis with the appts to the said Geo Bartley his heirs his Exrs admrs and asss for the Term of Nine Hundd and Twenty three years therein mentd Subject Nevertheless to a Proportionate part of the yearly rent fees and duties in the origl Lease mentd which Deed also & this Meml are Witnessd by Fras McCleland[7] of the Town and Coy of Monaghan and Wm Clark[8] & Jas Barkly[9] of Maghery[10] in the Coy of Derry Robert Patterson (seal) Signed & Sealed in presence Fras McCleland Will Clark James Barkley The above namd Francis McCleland maketh oath that he is a subscribing witness to the Deed of which the above wrtg is a Meml and to the Meml and saith he saw the said Deed and this Meml duly [signed] by the above namd Robert Patterson …



[1] Robert PATTERSON of Gullagh

[2] Gullagh possibly Gulladuff, Parish of Maghera, Co. Londonderry.

[3] George BARTLEY of the Town of Monaghan Esq. "Surgeon of Monaghan Infirmary for 50 years" "Made an agreement with Hugh Bartley of Lossitt on 6 January 1800 - giving him right to all timber on the property (This Hugh was his uncle). SOURCE: PRONI D991/6/1/2

[4] Dunraymond, Parish of Kilmore, Co. Monaghan.

[5] Lossett There are four townlands named Losset. Going by BARTLEY holdings registered at the time of Griffiths (James BARTLEY & Margaret BARTLEY), I would suspect the Paris of Kilmore, Co. Monaghan is the appropriate one.

[6] Agnes BARKLEY owise WILSON. It may be that she was a daughter of Margaret ORR and Alexander WILSON. After Margaret was widowed, she married secondly George BARTLEY.

[7] Fras McCLELAND NOTE: I don’t know how he connects.

·         In 1744, a Francis McCLELAN married a Grizel CAMPBELL. SOURCE: Clogher Marriage Bonds.

·         Also, in 1716, a Jane McCLELLAND married a Robert BARTLEY in Clogher.

[8] Wm CLARK

[9] Jas BARKLY of Maghery. I don’t know how he connects

·         The fascinating thing about this name and place is that a James BARKLEY of Magherra was the father of the Rev. Joseph BARKLEY (1811-1880) who married Sarah JACKSON, aunt of Sir Thomas JACKSON. SOURCE: Fasti of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Ireland. Like other family connected people he was active in the tenant rights movement.

·         An Agnes BARKLEY widow of Magherra, Derry is mentioned in 1784 in Deed 358 44 241732

[10] Maghery a town in the Parish of Maghera, Co. Londonderry.

 

 

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