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NAMES: Charles COULTER; Henry COULTER of Carrickastuck; Robert SIBTHORPE of Newtown; William COULTER; Charles COULTER; John COULTER; John Lord BELLEW; Ralph COULTER; James COULTER of Roachdale aka Anaghavackey; John COULTER of Mounthill.
Sharon Oddie Brown. June 25, 2011

 

1795 May 4 1795 May 4 page 2
From the Collection of Nigel Dickie.

 

1795 May 4

 

There are two versions of this deed on this page. The first is from the Indenture of a Deed shared with me by Nigel Dickie. The version beneath it was transcribed by Wendy Jack from notes taken at the Deeds Registry in Dublin.

 

 

NOTE: I have transcribed this using voice recognition, and even though I have trolled through it looking for errors, this does not mean that the following transcription is error free. It is the best that I can do at this time – given other calls on my time. I have yet to run down information on many of the names – but have left room in footnotes to add later.

 

 

ROD Reference:  Book 483, Page 391, No. 315210

PAGE ONE:

This indenture made the fourth day of May in the year of our Lord 1795 between Charles Coulter[1] of Roachdale in the County of Louth farmer of the one part and Henry Coulter[2] of Carrickastuck in the said County farmer of the other part. Whereas Robert Sibthorpe[3] of Newtown[4] in the County of Louth Esquire did by indenture of lease duly executed bearing date the second day of July 1782[5] for the consideration therein mentioned did demise unto the said Charles Coulter and Henry Coulter, all that and those that part of the lands of Carrickastuck[6] then in their possession containing in the whole 90 acres two roods and 20 perches plantation measure be the same more or less and which in the map or surveyed thereof annexed to said lease is marked No. 1 and No. 3 situate lying and being in the Manor of Roche Barony of Dundalk and County of Louth with all houses buildings gardens and appurtenances thereunto belonging or there with usually held and enjoyed excepting as otherwise accepted. To hold to the said Charles Coulter and Henry Coulter excepted as aforesaid and is subject to such term or interest as was granted thereof to William Coulter[7] Charles Coulter[8] and John Coulter[9] by the late John Lord Bellew[10] their Heirs Exors Admons and Assigns for and during the natural life and lives of Ralph Coulter[11] son of Henry Coulter[12] of Carrickastuck aforesaid farmer then aged about 10 years, William Coulter[13] aged about six years and Charles Coulter[14] aged about three years both sons of the said Charles Coulter the lessee and the survivor and survivors of them. And in case it should happen that they the said Ralph Coulter William Coulter and Charles Coulter should die before the expiration of 41 years to be computed from the death of the survivor of the James Coulter[15] of Roachdale of aforesaid farmer and John Coulter[16] of Mounthill in the County of Armagh farmer being the surviving lives for which the said premises were so granted to the said William Coulter Charles Coulter and John Coulter by the said John Lord Bellew. Then to hold to the said Charles Coulter and Henry Coulter their executors Admons heirs and Assigns for such much of the said term of 41 years to be completed from the death of the survivor of them the said James Coulter and John Coulter[17] as shall remain unexpired at the time of the death of the survivor of them the said Ralph Coulter William Coulter and Charles Coulter at the yearly rent during the lives of the said James Coulter of Roachdale and John Coulter of Mounthill of 56 pounds 12 shillings and nine pence including a rent already payable bear out and from and after the death of the said John Coulter and the yearly rent of 81 pounds 12 shillings and four pence with sixpence a pound received fees payable as therein is mentioned. And whereas the said John Coulter of Mounthill and aforesaid farmer is since dead and where as the said Charles Coulter

PAGE TWO:

and Henry Coulter have agreed to make partition of the said lands and premises with the ???? in manner herein before mentioned now this indenture witnesseth that in ???? of said agreement and in any consideration of the release herein before mentioned by the said Charles Coulter to the said Henry Coulter and also in consideration of the sum of five shillings ???? by the said Charles Coulter to the said Henry Coulter in hand paid at or before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged. ????. Henry Coulter hath received released and for ???? claimed and by these presents demised released and forever quit claim unto the said Charles Coulter his heirs Exors Admons and Assigns and all that and those that part of the lands of Carrickastuck marked No 1 in the map of the said premises in next to said lease with all houses out house is barns and other improvements now made or erected thereon now in the occupation in possession of the said Charles Coulter and his under tenants containing in the whole of 45 acres two roods and 30 perches, be the same more or less bounded and described as in said map is particularly delineated and set forth. And also all the estate right title and interest term of years yet to come and unexpired used trust property claim and demand whatsoever both at law and in equity of him the said Henry Coulter ???? and all the said ???? premises hereby granted in ???? or any part or parcel thereof by favour virtue of the said recited indenture of lease or otherwise howsoever, to have and to hold to the said premises with the appurtenances unto the said Charles Coulter his Exors Admons and Assigns in severally for and during the lives and life of the said Ralph Coulter William Coulter and Charles Coulter and the survivor and survivors of them and for and during the residue of the term of 41 years granted by said lease to be computed from the death of the said James Coulter which ever shall last longest subject however ???? to the payment of a moiety of the said yearly rents of 56 pounds 12 shillings and nine pence and 81 pounds 12 shillings and four pence upon the contingencies mentioned in said lease ???? in proportion by the acre to the quality of land hereby granted in several key to the said Charles Coulter his Heirs Exors Admons and Assigns. And also subject to the covenants in said indenture of lease contained so far and the same ???? or related to the premises herein allotted and released to the said Charles Coulter his Heirs Exors Admons and Assigns. And this indenture further witnesses that in pursuance of the said agreement and in consideration of the release herein before made by the said Henry Coulter to the said Charles Coulter and in consideration of the sum of 10 shillings sterling by the said Henry Coulter to the said Charles Coulter in hand paid at or before the ceiling and delivery of these presents to the receipt ???? hereby acknowledged ???? and Charles Coulter hath demised released and ???? ???? and by this presents.???? release and for ever quick claim and ???? to Henry Coulter his Heirs Exors Admons and Assigns all that and those that part of the lands of Carrickastuck marked No 3 in the

PAGE THREE:

Map of said premises annexed to said recited lease with all houses out house is barns buildings and other improvements now made or ???? thereupon in the occupation and possession of the said Henry Coulter and his under tenants containing in the whole 44 acres three roods and 30 perches be the same more or less bounded and described as in the said map is particularly delineated and set forth. And also all the estate of right title and interest term of ???? and unexpired use trust property claim and demand whatsoever both at law and in equity of him the said Charles Coulter of in two or out of the said last ???? ???? hereby granted in severally or any part or parcel there by ???? or virtue ???? said recited indenture of lease or otherwise howsoever. To have and to hold the said premises with the appurtenances unto the said Henry Coulter his Heirs Exors Admons and Assigns in several key for and during the life and lives of the said Ralph Coulter William Coulter and Charles Coulter and the said survivors and survivor of them and for and during the residue for term of 41 years granted by said recited lease computed from the death of the said James Coulter which ever shall last longest subject ???? to a moiety of the said yearly rents of 56 pounds 12 shillings and nine pence and 81 pounds 12 shillings and four pence reserved by the said ???? lease and upon the contingencies therein mentioned ???? and proportionately by the acre to the ???? of land hereby granted and several key to the said Henry Coulter his Heirs, Exors Admons and Assigns and also subject to the covenants in said leases contained so far as the same extent two or ???? relates to the premises herein allotted and released to the said Henry Coulter his heirs Exors Admons and Assigns and this said Charles Coulter and Henry Coulter do hereby for themselves and for and in behalf of their respective Heirs Exors Admons and Assigns covenant promise and agreed to and with each other and the Heirs Exors Admons and Assigns of each other respectively that they the said Charles Coulter and Henry Coulter and their respective Heirs Exors Admons and Assigns shall and may during the term granted by said lease have hold and enjoy the lands of and and premises herein allotted and released of them in severally of according to the partition herein made subject to the rents and covenants herein specifically reserved and mentioned for the said lands and premises respectively without any benefit of accruing to either of them or either of their Heirs Exors Admonsor Assigns by writer survivorship anything herein ???? contained or any law ???? usage to the contrary in any wise notwithstanding. And that they the said Charles Coulter and Henry Coulter and their Heirs Exors Admons and Assigns shall and will during the term granted by the said lease will and truly bear satisfy and pay their respective proportions of the rents of said lands and premises here allotted and released to each of them respectively according to the same one herein before specifically mentioned and set forth and all taxes and charges herein before to be assigned or imposed on the said premises by act of Parliament or otherwise during the term. In witness whereof the parties aforesaid have hereunto signed their names and apply the seals the day and year first before written.

 

Sealed and delivered in the presence of

James Dickie                                                                          Charles Coulter

Joseph Dickie                                                                         Henry Coulter

 

 

ROD Reference:  Book 483, Page 391, No. 315210

 

N 315210

To the Regr. of the Reg. appointed by Act of Parliament for Regg. deeds an soforth  A Meml. of an Indented deed of Partition duly Executed bearing date the fourth day of May one thousand seven hundred and ninety five made between Chas. Coulter of Rachdale in the County of Lowth Farmer of the one part and Henry Coulter of Carrickastuck in said Co. Farmer of the other part Reciting that Robert Sibthorpe of Newtowne in the Co. of Lowth Esqr. did by Indre of Lease duly Exd and bearing date the second day of July one thousand seven hundred and Eighty five for the Consns therein mentd demise unto the said Chas. Coulter and Henry Coulter all that and those that part of the Lands of Carrickastuck then in their possn. contg in the whole ninety Acres two Roods and twenty perches plantn. measure be the same more or less and which in the map or Survey thereof annexed to said Lease is marked No. 1 and 3, situate in the Manor of Roach Barony of Dundalk and Co. of Louth with the appurnces To hold to the said Charles Coulter and Henry Coulter Subject to such Term and Ints as was granted thereof to Wm. Coulter Charles Coulter and John Coulter by the said John Lord Bellew & their Heirs Exors admors and assigns for and during the natl. lives and life of Ralph Coulter Charles Coulter and John Coulter by the said late Lord Bellew, their Hs Exors Admors and assigns for and during the natl. life and lifes of Ralph Coulter Son of Henry Coulter of Carrickastuck afsd. farmer then aged about ten years Wm. Coulter Coulter then aged about six years & Charles Coulter aged about three years both Sons of Charles Coulter the Lessee and the Surr. of them and if it Shod happen that the said Ralph Wm. & Chas Coulter shod die before the Expn. of Forty one years to be Computed from the death of the Surr. of James Coulter of Roachdale afsd Farmer and John Coulter of Mounthill in the Co. of Armagh Farmer being the Surg. lives for which sd. premes were so granted by the said Lord Bellew to the said Wm. Coulter & Chas. Coulter then to hold to the said Henry & Chas. Coulter their Exors Admors and assigns for so much of the term of Forty one years to be computed from the death of the Surr. of them the said James Coulter and John Coulter as shall remd. unexpd. at the time of the death of the said Ralph Coulter Wm. Coulter and Chas Coulter at the yearly Rent during the lives of the said James Coulter and John Coulter of Fifty Six pounds twelve shillings & nine pence including the Rent theretofore payable thereout and from and after the death of the said James and John Coulter at the yearly Rent of Eighty one pounds twelve shillings and four pence and six pence a pound recrs. fees payable as therein mentd. and Reciting that the said John Coulter of M'hill was since dead and that the said Chas. Coulter and Henry Coulter had agreed to make partition of the sd Lands and premes whereby the said Henry Coulter for the Consns. therein mentd. did Release unto the said Chas Coulter his Heirs Exors Admors and assigns all that part of the Lands of Carrickastuck marked No. in the map of said premes annexed to said Lease with the appuces then in the occupn. and possn. of the said Chas. Coulter and his undertenants containing Forty five acres two Roods thirty perches be the same more or less To hold to the said Chas. Coulter his Heirs  Exors admors and assigns in severalty for and during the lives and Life of the said Ralph Coulter Wm. Coulter and Chas. Coulter and the Surr. of them and for and during the residue of the said term of Forty one years to be Computed from the death of the said James Coulter whichever shod. last longest subject to a moiety of said yearly Rent of Fifty six pounds twelve shillings and nine pence and Eighty one twelve shillings and four pence upon the Contingencys mentd. in said Lease reatably proportioned by the acre to the quantity of Land thereby granted in severalty to the said Chas. Coulter his Heirs Exors Admors and assigns and to the Covenants in said Lease contd. so farr as the same Extend to or relate to the premes therein also allotted and Released to the said Chas Coulter his Heirs Exors admors and assigns and whereby also the said Chas. Coulter for the Consns. therein mentd. did Release unto the said Henry Coulter his Exrs admors and assigns all that part of the Lands of Carrickastuck marked No. 3 in the map of said premes annexed to said Lease with the appurces then in the occupn. and possn. of the said Henry Coulter and his undertenants contg. forty four Acres three Roods and thirty perches be the same more or less To hold to the said Henry Coulter his Heirs Exors admors and assigns in sevly. for & during the life and lives af the said Ralph Coulter Wm. Coulter and Chas. Coulter and the surr. of them and for and during the residue of the said term of Forty one years to be Computed from the death of the said James Coulter whichever shod. last longest subject to a moiety of the yearly Rents of Fifty six pounds twelve shills. & nine pence and Eighty one pounds twelve shills. and four pence upon the Contingencys mentd. in said Lease reatably propy. by the acre to the Quantity of Land thereby granted in severalty to the said Henry Coulter his Heirs Exors admors and assigns and to the Covts in said Lease contd. so far as the same Extend to or relate to the premes therein allotted and Released to the said Henry Coulter his Heirs Exors admors and assigns which said deed and this Meml. are Witnd. by James Dickie and Joseph Dickie both of Clonahenan in the Co.  Lowth Gent Chas. Coulter (Seal) Henry Coulter  (Seal) Signed & Sealed in presence of James Dickie Joseph Dickie The above name Joseph Dickie Gent maketh Oath that he saw the above named Charles Coulter and Henry Coulter duly Sign Seal and Execute the deed of Partition of which the above writing is a meml. and also saw the said Chas. Coulter and Henry Coulter duly Sign and seal this Meml. that this dept. is a Subg. Witness to said deed of Partition and Meml. and that the name Joseph Dickie Subd. as a Witness to sd. deed and meml. is this depts name and hand writing & Saith he delc. said deed & meml. to John Moor Esqr. Dep Regr. at or near the hour of half after ten oClock in the forenoon of 30th day of June 1795 Sworn before 30th Jun 1795 Jno Moore Dep Regr.

 

 



[1] Charles COULTER He is the son of James COULTER and brother of Henry COULTER. Other deeds connect him to Annavacky, which is also called Roachdale. There are earlier deeds that also shed light on the family connections (1734)

[2] Henry COULTER, of Carrickastuck and brother of Charles COULTER.

[3] Robert SIBTHORPE

[4] Newtown

[5] 1782 July 2 lease. I do not yet have this one.

[6] Carrickastuck

[7] William COULTER. He was a brother of Samuel, Charles, and John. Their parents are as yet unknown. A link to the COULTERs of Lisnawooley is likely. Alexander COULTER (1637-1721/22) came over from Scotland. He had two known sons. The descendents of Thomas are well known. The story of the other son, Joseph COULTER, is still a mystery to me. He had a grandson whose name is unknown, and who was born 1755.

[8] Charles COULTER. He was a brother of Samuel, William, and John. Their parents are as yet unknown. See above note on his brother, William.

[9] John COULTER. He was a brother of Samuel, William, and Charles. Their parents are as yet unknown. See above note on his brother, William.

[10] John Lord BELLEW

[11] Ralph COULTER (abt 1785-1850), son of Henry COULTER.

[12] Henry COULTER

[13] William COULTER age 6, son of Charles COULTER

[14] Charles COULTER age 3, son of Charles COULTER

[15] James COULTER of Roachdale, farmer. He was the son of Charles COULTER, possibly of Dublin. In the July 6, 1795 deed, he is referred to as James COULTER the elder. He was the father of Charles and Henry COULTER  He was born bef 1734. SOURCE: he is mentioned in1735 Aug 27 DEED: 80 473 56629 mentioned as son of Charles COULTER, and in 1734 Mar 11 DEED: 82 179 57452

[16] John COULTER of Mounthill, Co. Armagh, farmer

[17] John COULTER of Mounthill, deceased.

 

 

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