DEED 879 144 583144
1832 January 4
NOTE: This is not a branch of BARTLEYs that I know anything about. The names of Thomas and James BARTLEY shows up repeatedly in the Papers Relating to Poor Union of Carrickmacross referred to in Questions to Secretary of Ireland. SOURCE: EPPI. The issue was the contesting the elections of the Poor Law Guardians of Carrickmacross in 1846.
SEE ALSO DEED 884 413 585913.
Between James GARTLAND of Carrickmacross in the Parish of Maheross in the Barony of Farney and County of Monaghan of the first part. Thomas BARTLEY and Patrick BARTLEY both of Carrickmacross in the Parish of Maheross barony of Farney and County of Monaghan of the second part and Mary BARTLEY of Carrickmacross in the Parish of Maheross Barony of Farney and County of Monaghan of the third part that whereas the said Thomas GARTLAND is legally seized and possessed of and entitled onto a dwelling house tenement in office situate and being on the East side of the Main Street in the town of Carrickmacross in the Parish of Maheross Barony of Farneyand and County of Monaghan as at present in the said James GARTLAND's possession under and by virtue of a deed of sale and conveyance of said premises made to him the said James GARTLAND by Edward QUINN of Carrickmacross and bearing date on the 27th day of March in the year of our Lord 1824 subject to the payment of the reserved chief yearly rent of 16 pounds 16 shillings and sixpence and which of and for said indenture witnesseth that James GARTLAND aforesaid party hereto for and in consideration of £90 good and lawful money of Great Britain together with a farm or in divisions of land situate in the town land of Cloghwally in the parish of Maheross in the County of Monaghan to be had and received by him the said James GARTLAND as Fortune or Marriage of portion with the said Mary BARTLEY party hereto in case the said marriage shall take effect he the said James GARTLAND.hereby for the purpose says of settling and answering and assuring a competent jointure and maintenance for the said Mary BARTLEY during her natural life and also for settling and assuring all other improvements that shall be made on that premises belonging to the said James GARTLAND together with all the goods and chattels in his possession hereby conveyed transferred and made over by him the said James GARTLAND for divers good[?] motives him thereunto moving and for such uses trusts intents and purposes as hereinafter declared [?] pursuant to the engagement made before the contract of the said intended marriage hereto the said James GARTLAND have bargained sold assigned released and confirmed unto the aforesaid Thomas BARTLEY and Patrick BARTLEY their heirs exors admons and assigns all his the said James GARTLAND rights title interest claim and demand whatsoever of in and to all and singular of the dwelling house offices and tenement on the East side of the Main Street in the town of Carrickmacross and County of Monaghan as before described and mentioned and in their possession now being by virtue of a bargain and sale made to them for one whole year by Indenture bearing date the day next before the day of the date of these presents in consideration of the sum of five shillings sterling paid to him by the said James GARTLAND in hand by the said Thomas BARTLEY and Patrick BARTLEY the receipt whereof hereby acknowledge and by virtue of transferring uses into possession to have and to hold those said dwelling house and tenements goods and chattels herein before mentioned released and confirmed with all some singular of the rights members and appurtenances their unto belonging unto them the said Thomas BARTLEY and Patrick BARTLEY their exors admons and assigns for and during the terms of the lease of said premises and for all terms that may be hereafter granted of the said premises to and for the several uses intents and purposes herein after mentioned limited expressed and declared that to save from and after the solemnization of the said marriage to and for the said James GARTLAND to and for the uses of the said Mary BARTLEY and her heirs lawfully begotten by the said James GARTLAND during the natural life of her of the said Mary BARTLEY and her heirs and should happen if the said James GARTLAND should in his lifetime fail in his substance become an insolvent or a bankrupt then and in that case the said Mary BARTLEY and her heirs lawfully begotten by the said James GARTLAND shall and will have and enjoy the issues and profits of said premises paid over to her and her heirs by the said Thomas BARTLEY and Patrick BARTLEY their heirs and assigns according to the true intent and meaning of these presents and in the event of her the said Mary BARTLEY surviving the said James GARTLAND and be inclined to marry that then and in that case she is to be ______ the amount of her fortune from off the premises aforesaid and the issues and profits thereof or to devolve to the heirs at law of the said James GARTLAND and he the said James GARTLAND heretofore hereby for himself his heirs exors admons and assigns covenant grant and agreed to and with the said Thomas BARTLEY and Patrick BARTLEY their heirs and admons and assigns of the said tenement and premises shall at all times hereafter be remain and continue subject to the several uses trusts of purposes herein before mentioned in subject to the several limitations before mentioned and expressed concerning the same according to the true intent and meaning of these presents and that he the said James GARTLAND his heirs and assigns shall and will at all times hereafter at the reasonable request costs and charges of the said Thomas BARTLEY and Patrick BARTLEY their heirs and assigns make do and execute and perfect any other deed or instrument in writing for the better conveying and adhering of the said premises unto the said Thomas BARTLEY and Patrick BARTLEY their heirs admons and assigns and that their council secured in the law may decree or require and which deed of marriage settlement is witnessed by Robert GREENAN and Thomas BARTLEY of Carrickmacross in the County of Monaghan and this Memorial is witnessed by the said Robert GREENAN and the said Thomas BARTLEY James GARTLAND. [SEAL] Signed and sealed by the above named Thomas GARTLAND in presence of us Robert GREENAN Thomas BARTLEY. The above named Thomas BARTLEY of Carrickmacross in the County of Monaghan age 20 years maketh oath and says that he is a subscribing witness to the marriage deed of which the foregoing writing is a true memorial and to the said Memorial respectively and say saith that the that he saw the said deed duly executed by the said James GARTLAND Thomas BARTLEY Patrick BARTLEY and Mary BARTLEY and also that he saw the above named James GARTLAND duly execute this Memorial and that the above is a proper name and hand writing of the said James GARTLAND and saith the name Robert GREENAN and Thomas BARTLEY respectively affixed to said deed and Memorial respectively as witnesses to both are respectively the proper names and the handwriting of the said Robert GREENAN and of him this deponents respectively Thomas BARTLEY sworn before me at Kings Court in the County of Cavan this fourth day of January 1832 by virtue of a commission to me directed for taking affidavits in the County and I know the deponent. Michael BIRMINGHAM Commissioner.
 James GARTLAND of Carrickmacross
 Carrickmacross, Parish of Magheross, Co. Monaghan.
 Maheross aka Magheross
 Thomas BARTLEY of Carrickmacross. He was a shopkeeper.
 Patrick BARTLEY of Carrickmacross
 Mary BARTLEY
 Edward QUINN of Carrickmacross
 Cloghwally aka Cloghvally. There are two townlands: Cloghvalley Upper with 249 acres and Clogvalley Lower with 215 acres. Both are in the Parish of Magheross, Co. Monaghan.
 Robert GREENAN
 Thomas GARTLAND – I suspect this is a transcription error in the Memorial and that it should be “James”.
 I suspect this should have been recorded as “20 years and upwards” – or something of that ilk.
 Michael BIRMINGHAM
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