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NAMES: Samuel ALLEN of Liscommon, Co. Antrim; George QUINN of Larne; Elizabeth SINCLAIR als JACKSON née ALLEN; William JACKSON; Rev. Robert SINCLAIR; PLACES: Liscommon; Larne; Drumahoe; Kilwaghter aka Parish of Kilwaughter; Towns and Lands of Eagany [aka Eagry? - Parish of Billy] Castledeffrick (Spelling?) [aka Castlecat? Parish of Billy] Urbalreigh aka Urbal, Parish of Billy otherwise Orblereigh Comfriage South Bally divity Upper Levery Maghernenteny also Magherentendy aka Magherintendry, Parish of Billy.. NOTE: There is a Carnanreagh, Parish of Billy, Barony of Lower Dunluce and it seems that these townlands are clustered in the Parish of Billy.
Sharon Oddie Brown. December 17, 2011

 

Book 721 Page 80 Memorial Number 492615

Allen and Others to Barklie

Transcribed by Dawn Lowe

 

Registered 12 November 1817

 

A Memorial of an Indented Deed of Release by way of Mortgage bearing the date and duly executed the 20th day of October 1817 and made between Samuel Allen[1] of Liscommon[2] in the Coy of Antrim Esquire, of the first part

 George Quinn[3] of Larne in the said Coy of Antrim Gent, of the second part

 Eliza Sinclair [4]also Jackson widow and administrator of the goods and chattles rights and credits of William Jackson[5] late of Larne Gent, dec’d and also surviving executor of the Last Will and Testament of the Rev Rob Sinclair[6] late of Kilwaghter[7] in the Coy of Antrim dec’d, of the third part

 And Archd. Barklie[8] of Larne Gent, of the fourth part

 

Samuel Allen in consideration of 1000 pounds sterling granted bargained and sold to Archd. Barklie and to his heirs all that and those Towns and Lands[9] of Eagany Castledeffrick (Spelling?) Urbalreigh otherwise Orblereigh Comfriage South Bally divity Upper Levery Maghernenteny also Magherentendy and a fee farm Rent of 30 pounds 15 shillings issuing out of the lands of Carnereagh or by whatever other name or names the said towns and lands have been called with the appurtenances and all houses and outhouses buildings orchards gardens lands meadows moores commons pastures feedings trees woods underwoods ways paths waters watercourses quarries easements profits commodities advantages Emoluments and Hereditaments whatever to said towns and lands belong.

 

To hold unto the said Archd. Barklie his heirs and assigns to his or their own proper use and behoof forever subject to the condition of redemption of sum of 1000 pounds with interest.

 

Execution of deed by Samuel Allen and George Quinn witnessed by William Boyd[10] and John Boyd[11] of Liscommon Farmers.

 

Eliza Sinclair is witnessed by John Sinclair [12]of Drumahoe Linen Merchant and Robert Allen[13] of Larne, Merchant both in said Coy

 

As to said Archd. Barklie together with the execution of this Memorial by the said Archd. Is witnessed by John Barklie and Alexander R Burke both of the town of Larne, Merchants.

 

Archd. Barklie, SEAL, Signed and Sealed in the presence of John Barklie[14] and Alexander R Burke[15]

 

Sworn before me at Belfast in the Coy of Antrim this 5 day of Nov 1817 by virtue of commission for taking of affidavits in said Coy and I know the Dept. Thomas Welsh[16] a Master Exry. In Chy. (??)

 

A True Copy

William White[17]

 

 



[1] Samuel ALLEN of Liscommon, Co. Antrim

[2] Liscommon, Co. Antrim

[3] George QUINN of Larne, Co. Antrim

[4] Elizabeth SINCLAIR als JACKSON née ALLEN: The "little wife" with the black peering eyes, that often looked up to her worthy husband with such admiring fondness, was Elizabeth Allen of Larne, who, after the death of her first husband, William Jackson, was married to Mr. Sinclair. By her he had two children, a son and daughter. Fanny, the daughter, married a Mr. Williamson; the son, John, did not conduct himself well, and finally emigrated to America.. SOURCE: Historical and literary memorials of Presbyterianism in Ireland, 1623- (1800) Thomas Witheroe. London & Belfast, 1880

[5] William JACKSON, Gent, late of Larne, Co. Antrim, deceased.

[6] Rev. Robert SINCLAIR (1755-1795), late of Larne, deceased. MR. Sinclair was a member of the old and respectable family of Sinclair, long connected with the congregation of Tubbermore, in the County Derry. SEE: Historical and literary memorials of Presbyterianism in Ireland, 1623- (1800) Thomas Witheroe. London & Belfast, 1880

[7] Kilwaghter aka Parish of Kilwaughter., Barony of Upper Glenarm.

[8] Archibald BARKLIE, Gent, of Larne, Co. Antrim.

[9] Towns and Lands of Eagany [aka Eagry? - Parish of Billy] Castledeffrick (Spelling?) [aka Castlecat? Parish of Billy] Urbalreigh aka Urbal, Parish of Billy otherwise Orblereigh Comfriage South Bally divity Upper Levery Maghernenteny also Magherentendy aka Magherintendry, Parish of Billy.. NOTE: There is a Carnanreagh, Parish of Billy, Barony of Lower Dunluce and it seems that these townlands are clustered in the Parish of Billy..

[10] William BOYD, farmer of Liscommon, Co. Antrim

[11] John BOYD of Liscommon, Antrim

[12] John SINCLAIR Linen merchant of Drumahoe

[13] Robert ALLEN, merchant of Larne, Co. Antrim

[14] John BARKLIE

[15] Alexander R. BURKE

[16] Thomas WELSH

[17] William WHITE

 

 

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