Coulter to Dickie & anor
Regd 6th September 1859 at 5 minutes before four oclock
To the Registrar appointed by Act of Parliament for Registering Deeds Wills and so forth in Ireland
Memorial of an Indenture of Mortgage bearing date the Fifth day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty nine and made Between Launcelot Coulter of Ballymascanlon in the County of Louth Esquire of the one part and John Dickie of Moyles in the County of Monaghan and Russell Patteson of Fairhill in the County of Louth Esquires Trustees named and appointed in and by a certain Indenture bearing date the Twenty fifth day of February one thousand eight hundred and fifty nine for the purposes therein mentioned of the other part Reciting a Deed of Conveyance bearing date the sixteenth day of December one thousand eight hundred and fifty four and made Between Mountifest Longfield Esquire Q.C. LLD and Charles James Hargran Esquire Two of the Commissioners for sale of Incumbered Estates in Ireland of the one part and William Carvill of Seapoint House Rostrevor in the County of Down Esquire of the other part Reciting an Indenture bearing date the Twenty first day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty seven and made between the said William Carvill of the one part and the said Launcelot Coulter of the other part Reciting one other Indenture bearing date the Twentieth day of April one thousand eight hundred and fifty nine and made between the said William Carvill of the one part amd the said Launcelot Coulter of the other part Reciting an Indenture bearing date the Twenty fifth day of February one thousand eight hundred and fifty nine and made between Thomas George Rowland of Whitemills in the County of Louth Esquire of the one part Mary Bell of Christianstown in the County of Louth widow of the second part and the said John Dickie and Russell Patteson of the third part being a Settlement executed in consideration of a marriage then intended and which shortly afterwards was had and solemnized between the said Thomas George Rowland and the said Mary Bell It is by said Indenture witnessed that in pursuance of the agreement therein contained and in consideration of the sum of one thousand three hundred pounds lent and advanced to the said Launcelot Coulter by the said John Dickie and Russell Patteson as such Trustees as aforesaid the receipt whereof the said Launcelot Coulter did thereby acknowledge He the said Launcelot Coulter did by said Indenture grant and convey unto the said John Dickie and Russell Patteson and the survivor them and to his heirs and assigns All that and those the lands and premises comprised on the said in part recited Indenture of the twenty first day of March one thousand eight hundred and fifty seven and therein described as "All that and those that portion or part of said lands and premises of Ballymascanlon alias Ballyscanlon as lately in the possession of Sir John McNeill but now in the occupation of the said Launcelot Coulter containing about Twenty five acres one rood and five perches statute measure be the same more or less and as described in the schedule annexed to the recited Deed of Conveyance of the Sixteenth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty four being part of the lands and premises thereinbefore mentioned as thereby conveyed Situate in the Barony of Lower Dundalk and County of Louth and also all that and those the lands and premises comprised in said Indenture of the Twentieth day of April one thousand eight hundred and fifty nine amd therein described as "all that and those" that portion of said lands and premises of Ballymascanlon alias Ballyscanlon now or lately in the possession of the therein described John Townley and his undertenants containing Thirty one acres one rood and ten perches statute measure or thereabouts be the same more or less and as described in the schedule annexed to the said hereinbefore recited deed of conveyance of the Sixteenth December one thousand eight hundred and fifty four being the remaining portion of the lands and premises thereinbefore mentioned as thereby conveyed situate in the Barony of Lower Dundalk and County of Louth together with all buildings erections fixtures commons hedges ditches fences ways waters watercourses liberties privileges easements advantages and appurtenances to the said lands and hereditaments or any of them appertaining with the same or any of them now or heretofore demised occupied or enjoyed or reputed or Known as part and parcel of of them or appurtenant thereto and all the Estate right Title interest property claim and demand whatsoever of him the said Launcelot Coulter his heirs and assigns into and out of the same premises and every part thereof (excepting as therein is excepted) To hold the said Several lands and premises and all and singular the premises hereby granted and conveyed or intended so to be with their and every of their appurtenances unto the said John Dickie and Russell Patteson and the survivior of them and to his heirs and assigns for ever Subject in Conjunction with all other lands and hereditaments assured by a certain Indenture of the fifteenth day of April one thousand eight hundred and fifty two as therein is particulary mentioned to the perpetual yearly Fees farm rent or sum therein mentioned and to the provisoes conditions and agreement therein contained but with such benefit of indemnity as thereinbefore mentioned and Subject nevertheless to the provisoe or agreement thereinafter contained for the redemption of said premises on payment of the said sum of one thousand three hundred pounds on the first day of May then next with interest for the same after the rate of Six pounds per centum per annum Said Indenture of Mortgage contains several covenant and as to the execution thereof and of this memorial by the said Launcelot Coulter the same are respectively witnessed by Joseph Dickie Solicitor and James Stokes writing clerk both of Dundalk in the County of Louth Launcelot Coulter – seal – Signed and Sealed in the presence of Joseph Dickie Jas Stokes Now James Stokes of Dundalk in the County of Louth writing clerk aged Twenty one years and upwards maketh oath and saith he is a subscribing witness to the Deed of which the above writing is a memorial and also to this memorial and Saith he saw said Deed and this memorial duly executed by the said Launcelot Coulter and said the name James Stokes subscribed to said Deed and this memorial as a witness is this Deponents proper name and handwriting Jas Stokes Sworn before me at Dundalk in the County of Louth this 5th day of September 1959 a commissioner for taking affidavits for her Majestys High Court of Chancery in Ireland and for said County of Louth and I Know the Deponent Pat Russell
a true Copy seventeen folios Sampson Courtenay McWatters
 Launcelot COULTER. In Griffiths, his name is often rendered as COLTER.
· He died Sept 28, 1873, age 60. SOURCE: Ballymascanlon Churchyard.
· He bought lands at Ballymascanlon and Proleek after the famine.
· In the 1842 Voters List, he is described as a
“rentcharger” resident at Skyhill.
· He was a substantial landowner with substantial holdings in the parish of Killevy, Armagh.
· After an extensive fire in 1836, these premises [Ballymascanlan Corn Mill] were repaired and within two years were leased to Launcelot Coulter who kept the mills open dany and night for three months of the year and for twelve hours a day on average for the remaining nine months. After the Famine, Coulter purchased the grain from local farmers, dried it in kilns, ground it into flour and sold the finished product to bakers in Dundalk ...To cope with the linen boom of the 1860s, Coulter had installed a scrutch mill at Ballymascanlan which had processed 333 stone of flax by the end of 1864. On his death in September 1873 the mills passed to his relative, Joseph Crawley, who sold his interest to Francis Boyle. SOURCE: Post Famine Economy of the Flurry Valley. Don Johnston. p235.Co. Louth Archaeological and Historical Journal. Vol. XXVII, 2, 2010.
 Ballymascanlon is a townland in the Parish of Ballynascanlon. Launcelot COULTER leased various buildings including a corn mill as well as land valued in all at £187.0.0 at the time of Griffiths.
 John DICKIE. NOTE: I do not know which John DICKIE he was.
 Moyles, Co. Monaghan. There are two: one in the Parish of Monaghan and one in the Parish of Donaghmoyne. A John DICKIE was resident in the one in Co. Monaghan.
 Russell PATTESON (b 1812) Moved to Dundalk circa 1834. He and Mathew founded draper store at 32-33 Clanbrassil St in 1834. Lived at Fairhill. Married Isabella Stewart of Stewartstown(?), born circa 1810, and who died 29 December 1877 in Dundalk.
 Fairhill, Parish of Dundalk, Co. Louth.
 Mountifest LONGFIELD. I believe this is Montifort LONGFIELD (1802-1884) born in Cork, an Irish judge, economist & professor at Trinity College, Dublin. SOURCE: www.britannia.com . he was the judge in a case mentioned in an Irish Chancery report
 Charles James HARGRAN. I believe this is Charles James HARGREAVE
 William CARVILL
 Thomas George ROWLAND. He was a corn merchant. Marriage of THOMAS GEORGE ROWLAND of 1 Hardwicke St & White Mills Co Louth and MARY BELL of Christianstown on 26 February 1859 SOURCE: St. George, Church of Ireland, Dublin.
 Whitemills, Faughart, PArish of Ballymascanlon, Co. Louth.
 Mary BELL. This is her (her marriage gave her name as Mary BELL and her father as Henderson CROZIER: Mount Jerome Cemetary, Dublin: No.362 To the Memory | of | MARY ROWLAND | wife of | THOMAS GEORGE ROWLAND | of Christianstown, Co. Louth | and daughter of | HENDERSON CROZIER | Lieutenant 22nd Regiment of Foot | of Caledon Co. Tyrone | died 30th December 1890
 Christianstown, Parish of Darver, Co. Louth
 Sir John McNEILL
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