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NAMES: James BOWES Jr. & James BOWES Sr. & John BOWES of Newbliss. Robert McCULLAGH & Jane McCULLAGH of Kilnamuddy; John McCARTER of Drumgriston; Robert MARTIN of Newbliss; Rev. Andrew JOHNSTON of Newbliss; James WRIGHT & John WRIGHT of Clinto; Mary BARTLEY otherwise BOWES & James BARTLEY of Ballybay. NOTE: See also: ROD 1838 22 6. 1838 Oct 25. Rev Andrew McCULLOGH-Marianne FISHER marriage article.
Sharon Oddie Brown. June 25, 2016

 

ROD 1833 11 80 McCULLAGH

Transcribed using voice recognition. I am posting this without yet understanding exactly who all these people are, but in the hope that it will emerge.

 

To the register appointed by act of Parliament for registering Deeds Wills and so forth.

A memorial of an indented deed of marriage settlement bearing date the 26th day of March, 1818. Made between James BOWES[1] Jr. of the town of Newbliss[2] and County of Monaghan and gentlemen of the first part. Jane McCULLAGH[3] of Killnamuddy[4] in the County of Monaghan aforesaid spinster of the second part. James BOWES[5], Sr. of the town of Newbliss aforesaid Gent of the third part. Robert McCULLAGH[6] of Killnamuddy aforesaid Gent of the fourth part. And John McCARTER[7] of Drumgriston[8] and Robert MARTIN[9] of the town of Newbliss, both in the County of Monaghan aforesaid Gent of the fifth part. Said indenture mentioned amongst other things, that in consideration of a marriage, then intended shortly to be had and solemnized between said James BOWES, Jr., and said Jane McCULLAGH the said James BOWES said father of the said James BOWES Jr. did in consideration thereof and of five shillings sterling to him that then paid by the said James McCARTER and Robert MARTIN the receipt and payment were of was by said deed acknowledged for him his heirs executors administrators and assigns made over unto the said John McCarter and Robert MARTIN their heirs executors administrators and assigns then in their possession for the use of the said James BOWES Jr. and his heirs begotten on the body of the said Jane McCULLAGH upon the terms there in partly mentioned. All that house in the town of Newbliss aforesaid, commonly called the corner house together with all the offices houses garden yard bog found and occupied by the Reverend Andrew JOHNSTON[10], together with the stated house next adjoining the said corner house on the [?] road with liberty of a [?] by a back door and of the rear of the said stated house into the yard or of rear of the aforesaid James BOWES, Sr.  dwelling house, with all the appurtenances belonging thereto, situate in the County of Monaghan aforesaid for the life or lives of the aforesaid James BOWES, Jr. John BOWES [11] sons to the said James BOWES, Sr., the lessee and James WRIGHT[12] son to John WRIGHT[13] of Clinto[14] and County aforesaid , and the survivors of them and for and during the life and lives of all such other persons a should forever thereafter be added thereunto by virtue of a covenant for the perpetual renewal there of subject to the payment of the annual rent of two shillings per foot for as many feet as the same might measure in front is also a proportional part of the renewal finds and said James BOWES, Sr. did also give grant and make over the sum of £100 to them that the said John McCARTER and Robert MARTIN, which was to be paid by said James BOWES, Sr., when demanded in trust as aforesaid for the use of the said James BOWES Jr., and Jane McCULLAGH and issue upon the condition, therein mentioned in said indenture. Witness that the said Robert McCULLAGH, the father of the said Jane McCULLAGH did thereby covenant and agree with the aforesaid John McCARTER and Robert MARTIN of five shillings by them paid to pay the aforesaid John McCARTER and Robert MARTIN the sum of £200 in trust for the use of the aforesaid James BOWES Jr., and Jane McCULLAGH and their issue as there in partly set forth and said indenture further witness that in consideration of said intended marriage any case, it should take effect and also for the purpose of making a settlement on the said Jane McCULLAGH and her issue by said James BOWES Jr., and the said James BOWES Jr. did bind the aforesaid houses and all appurtenances thereunto belonging on her the said Jane McCULLAGH in case of said marriage and in case said Jane McCULLAGH survived him forever jointly and severally always allowing a double proportion of the value of said houses to the aforesaid James McCULLAGH and her male issue by him the said James BOWES Jr. to that if the females with the reservation then in case the conduct of the said issue should be warned double as aforesaid, and in case said James BOWES survived said Jane McCULLAGH with issue of said Jane McCULLAGH by said James BOWES Jr. that said James BOWES Jr. would bind said houses on the issue as aforesaid jointly and severally as there in particular be set forth even said James BOWES Jr. to be entitled to a proportional part of the value with that of the male issue individually always allowing double proportion of the value of said houses to the survivors of the said James or Jane and their male issue to that of the females in case of the aforesaid and in case said James BOWES should survive the said Jane McCULLAGH without issue of her the said Jane McCULLAGH, that then said James BOWES was to have it in his power to dispose of said houses as he might think proper the said James BOWES Jr. binding himself his heirs executors administrators and assigns to pay the said James McCULLAGH, the sum of £20 as a jointure or settlement on her the said Jane McCULLAGH of the said houses and tenements as therein specified yearly and every year during her natural life or have yearly as she might require which said deed contains several other clauses and covenants and was, as to the executor there of by all the parties witnessed by John BOWE, otherwise BOWES Newbliss farmer and Mary BARTLEY[15] otherwise BOWES of Ballybay[16], both in the County of Monaghan and this Memorial is also as the executor there of by the said James BOWES Jr. witnessed by the said Mary Bartley and James BARTLEY of Ballybay, both in the County of Monaghan aforesaid shopkeeper. James BOWES Jr. seal. Signed sealed and executed in the presence of Mary BARTLEY. James BARTLEY. The above named Mary BARTLEY, otherwise BOWES makers oath and surfed that she is a subscribing witness to the deed of which the above writing is a Memorial and also this Memorial and saith she saw said deed duly signed sealed and executed by the executing parties thereunto and also this Memorial duly signed sealed and executed by James BOWES, the only executing parties hereto saith that the name Mary BARTLEY, otherwise BOWES signed to said deed and Memorial is subscribing witnesses is departments name and handwriting Mary Bartley. Sworn before me at Ballybay in the County of Monaghan. This 15th day of June 1833 by virtue of my commission issued out of his Majesties Court of Chancery in Ireland for taking affidavits in said County of Monaghan and I know the deponent. Andrew GOODWIN Commissioner.



[1] James BOWES jr.

[2] Newbliss

[3] Jane McCULLAGH

[4] Kilnamuddy, Parish of Killevin Barony of Dartree, Co. Monaghan.

[5] James BOWES Sr.father of James BOWES jr,. & James BOWES

[6] Robert McCULLAGH of Kilnamuddy

[7] John McCARTER of Drumgriston

[8] Drumgriston

[9] Robert MARTIN of Newbliss

[10] Rev. Andrew JOHNSTON

[11] John BOWES

[12] James WRIGHT son of John WRIGHT

[13] John WRIGHT of Clinto

[14] Clinto

[15] Mary BARTLEY otherwise BOWES of Ballybay

[16] Ballybay

 

 

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