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NAMES: Charles COULTER of Annaghavacky; Brian CALLAN of Tankardstown; Patrick LENNON of Carrickastuck; William COULTER; Charles COULTER jr.; Ralph COULTER; Henry COULTER; Daniel CASSIDY; Stephen PAGE.
Sharon Oddie Brown. June 26, 2011

 

 

ROD Reference:  Book 625, Page 523, No. 439612

Transcribed thanks to Wendy Jack. Footnotes by Sharon Oddie Brown.

Coulter to Callan & anr

1 Octr 1811

 

To the Regr Apptd by act of Parlmt for Regtg Deeds Conveys & so forth

A Meml of an Indented Deed of assgmt bearing date the 7 day of Decr 1803 between Chars Coulter[1] of Anohavaky[2] in the Coty of Louth Gent of one part & Bryan Callan[3] of Tankarlsrock[4] & Patk Lennon[5] of Carrickastock[6] both in sd Coty farmers of the other part whereby the sd Chars Coulter for the Consdns therein mentd did set sell assign transfer & make over unto the sd Bryan Callan & Patk Lennon all that part of the Lands of Carrickastock afsd Contg as in sd Deed is parly Mentd & then in the actual posson of the sd Patk Lennon to hold to the sd Bryan Callan & Patk Lennon the sd Assgd prems with the appurts as thereunto belong unto the sd Bryan Callan & Patk Lennon their Exors adors & assgs for & during the term time & Space of 40 yrs & for & during the natural life & lives of Wm Coulter[7] Chars Coulter[8] sons of the sd Chars Coulter & Ralph Coulter[9] son of Henry Coulter [10]of Carrickastock afsd & the surs & sur of them which ever longest lives for & in Consdn of the Sum Specified in sd Deed & subject nevertheless to the duties contd in the Grand Lease & which sd Deed of Assgmt is duly Executed by the sd Chars Coulter Bryan Callan & Patk Lennon &

witnessed by Patk Connelly of Tavenaghvore land surveyor & Danl Cassidy [11]of Dundalk dealer both in the Coty of Louth afsd & this meml is also witnessed by the sd Danl Cassidy & Jas Kirk of [Mthile?] in the Coty of Armagh farmer Bryan Callan (Seal) Patk Lennon x his mark (Seal) Witnesses present being first truly read by ws Jas Kirk Danl Cassidy

above Named Danl Cassidy Maketh Oath & saith he is a Subg witness to the Deed of which the above is a meml & to the above meml & saith he saw the sd Deed duly Executed by the above named Chars Coulter Bryan Callan & Patk Lennon & also saw the above Meml duly Executed by the sd Bryan Callan & Patk Lennon & saith the name Danl Cassidy Subd. to this Deed & Meml resply as a witness thereto is this Depts proper name & handwriting. Danl Cassidy Sworn before me at Dundalk in the Coty of Louth this 23 day of Septr. 1811 by Virtue of a Common to me directed for taking affts in the Coty & I know the Dept Stephn Page[12]

 

 



[1] Charles COULTER. I believe this to be the Charles COULTER (?-bef 1776 ) who was deceased before 1776 Dec 4 SOURCE: Deed: 323 232 213562. I also suspect that he was a brother of Samuel COULTER (abt 1690-?) of Cavananore and of William and John COULTER – the latter two were also deceased before 1776. He may have married Mary McEVERS before 1735 (son James mentioned). I will revisit this as I learn more. SOURCE: DEED: 134 179 90509. And DEED: 80 473 56629

[3] Brian CALLAN, farmer at Tankardsrock.

[4] Tankarlsrock aka Tankardsrock, Parish of Castletown, Upper Dundalk

[5] Patrick LENNON, famrer at Carrickastuck

[7] William COULTER, b. abt 1789,  son of Charles COULTER

[8] Charles COULTER, b. abt 1791, son of Charles COULTER

[9] Ralph COULTER (Bef 1772-1850), son of Henry COULTER

[10] Henry COULTER of Carrickastuck, brother of Charles COULTER. Their father was probably James COULTER, the elder..

[11] Daniel CASSIDY of Dundalk , a dealer (occupation mentioned in an 1803 deed: http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1803Dec7-COULTER-McARDLE-LENNON.html

[12] Stephen PAGE of Dundalk, Gent. Attorney. In 1834, he was listed as a Commissioner of affidavits. There was a PAGE family, well known in Dundalk. A Mr. Peter RUSSELL who was a corn merchant and rectifying distiller in those large buildings and stores adjoining St. Nicholas' Church, once belonging to the famous Page family. SOURCE: Tempests Jubilee 1909 p104. In the 1842 Voters list, a William PAGE was listed as a leaseholder at Silverbridge.In 1834, he was listed as a Commissioner of affidavits. NOTE: In the Louth County Archives are some documents that would seem to indicate more of a COULTER-PAGE connection. I should possibly have paid a little more attention (when I wasn’t freaking out about my computer overheating and locking up!!!)

 

 

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