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NAMES: William BARTLEY of Eccles (or Essex) Street, Dublin; Thomas McCULLAGH of Derryvalley; William CLENDINNING of Dunraymond; Francis McCLELLAND of Dunraymond; Owen MURPHY; Mrs. Grace BASHFORD; William JOHNSTON of Dorset St, Dublin; John GRIFFIN.
Sharon Oddie Brown. July 23, 2009

 

DEED 675 108 464059

1814 May 4

 

Memorial indenture deed bearing date the fourth day of May 1814 between William BARTLEY[1] of Eccles or [Essex?] S[2]t. in the County of Dublin Esq. of the one part and Thomas McCULLAGH[3] of Derryvalley[4] in the County of Monaghan Esq. of the other part whereby after reciting as therein is recited the said George BARTLEY in consideration of £450 did grant bargain sell alien release and confirm unto the said Thomas McCULLAGH in his actual possession then being by virtue of a bargain and sale for a year in said deed mentioned all that and those that part of the town and lands of Dunremond[5] then in the occupation of William CLENDINNING[6] and Francis McCLELLAND[7] and the under tenants of Francis McCLELLAND consisting 13.3.30 or thereabouts Irish plantation measure together with the Bog thereunto belonging consisting about 34 perches thereof and in Owen MURPHY's[8] farm all situate in the County of Monaghan to hold unto the said Thomas McCLELLAND his heirs and assigns from the first day of May 1813 forever subject to the payment of £20.07 shillings for £20/74 [?] Mrs. Grace BASHFORD[9] for her life and to the payment forever of £2.03 yearly as Quit Rent which deed contained several covenants and the said deed and this Memorial are witnessed by John BRADSHAW[10] William JOHNSTON[11] of Dorset Street[12] in the city of Dublin gent William BARTLEY. [Seal] Signed sealed and delivered in the pursuance of an presence of John BRADSHAW William JOHNSTON the above-mentioned John BRADSHAW maketh oath that he was present and did see the above mentioned William BARTLEY duly sign seal and execute the deed whereof the forgoing writing is a Memorial and also saw him duly sign seal and execute the said deed and sayth he is a subscribing witness to said deed and Memorial respectively and that the name John BRADSHAW signed each of them as witness is deponent’s proper name and hand writing and saith that on the fifth day of May 1814 he decd said deed and Memorial by John GRIFFIN[13] Esq. Deputy Registrar in the registrar's office on about the hour of 11:30 o'clock in the forenoon of said J. John BRADSHAW sworn before me on the fifth day of May 1814 John GRIFFIN Deputy Registrar.



[1] William BARTLEY. My best guess is that he is the William BARTLEY, son of George BARTLEY & Margaret ORR.

[2] Eccles or [Essex?] St

[3] Thomas McCULLAGH. (1764-1848), linen draper of Derryvalley who married Elizabeth REED of Slieveroe. His father’s full name is unknown and his mother is known only as “Elizabeth” SOURCE: PRONI D1968-2  1801 Will of Elizabeth McCULLAGH. He would have been an uncle of the Elizabeth McCULLAGH who was the grandmother of Sir Thomas JACKSON.

[4] Derryvalley, Parish of Ballybay, Co. Monaghan and long time home to McCULLAGHs. Interestingly, in the Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland. Volume 40 Counties of South Ulster 1834-8  is the following entry: Mr. McCULLAGH's farm of Derryvolly [sic] is kept in superior order.

[5] Dunremond aka Dunraymond, Parish of Kilmore, Co. Monaghan.

[6] William CLENDINNING He also appears a year earlier in DEED 671 396 461934. His is not a common surname. There was a William CLENDINNING of Derryhaw, Co. Derry whose will was probated at Armagh in 1790.

[7] Francis McCLELLAND. I don’t know how he fits in.

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

·         In 1716, a Robert BARTLEY married a Jane McCLELLAND. Clogher.

[8] Owen MURPHY

[9] Mrs. Grace BASHFORD

[10] John BRADSHAW

[11] William JOHNSTON

[12] Dorset Street

[13] John GRIFFIN

 

 

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