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It may be that there are errors in my transcription since the language of this deed dated May 8, 1806 parallels that of Deed: 684-85-470424 dated May 8, 1807. I suspect they are the same leases. John PRINGLE of Caledon, Co. Tyrone has leased for 20 years the part of Killynure (shown in map) to Benjamin OLIVER of Ennislare, Co. Armagh who is also expected to grind all his grain at Lisbanoe, Co. Armagh. OTHER NAMES: William CARSON, Robert McCADAM; John DOBBIN.
Sharon Oddie Brown. October 28, 2006.
SKETCH OF MAP
On the border to the North of this leased section of Killynure is the Townland of Maghery*; to the west, lands owned by Wm CARSON; to the east, lands owned by Robert McCADAM; the road between Monaghan & Armagh cuts through.; the lands of John DOBBIN border on the South-east corner; a stream runs through the South-west corner.
* Since Killynure is 165.3.14 acres in the later ordinance surveys, and Magherrykilcrany is the townland mostly to the west of it, I am guessing that this lease covers most of the southern portion of Killynure (less than 1/3 of the total).

1806 May 8
NOTES: from PRONI D/462/117
John PRINGLE - Benjamin OLIVER

Lease between John PRINGLE of Caledon in the County of Tyrone, Esq of the one part & Benjamin OLIVER of Enislare in the County of Armagh, Farmer of the other part [land rented to OLIVER] Killinure estimated 58 acres 5 perches English measure ... bounded on the East by Robert McCadams Farm and partly by a stream or rivulet on the West by William Carson’s farm on the North by the lands of Maghery and on the South by the road leading to Monaghan .... a 20 year lease with a clause for renewal “Excepting and reserving out of this demise as by the ground lease under which the said John PRINGLE holds the premises and other lands under the Vicars Choral and Organist of St. Patrick’s Cathedral is excepted and reserved” [other exemptions seem to limit the use to farming] also OLIVER “will grind all such Corn and Grain as shall grow or be used or consumed on the ... premises at the mill of Lisbanoe [Co. Armagh]” and “and there pay the Sixteenth Grain as Toll or Mulcture for grinding” or forfeit 6 Shillings Sterl for each and every barrell of Corn or Grain that shall be ground elsewhere. A map of that part of Killinure and Enagh demised by John PRINGLE Esq.to Benjamin OLIVER Farmer in the year 1807.

 

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