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My notes on memorials of deeds - and they are nothing more than notes - are the result of dozens of visits to Dublin’s Deeds Registry over the past decade. If you notice mistakes - typos, etc - I really do appreciate being informed. Then I can make corrections.
Sharon Oddie Brown. October 16, 2017

 

2017A Books of Deeds 620-750

 

Bk

Pg

Mem

Name

County

Date

Notes

620

42

423713

McCULLAGH

Londonderry

1810 Jan 17

McCULLOGH John to ESPY (1800-1809 (1810))

John McCULLA, farmer of Furnabraigh, Co. Londonderry and David ESPY, farmer, Laurafarn, Co. Londonderry. Mrs. Arabella GIBBES, daughter of Sir William BOWLEY; Sir William BOWLEY, late deceased; Witnesses: Robert MILLER, Attorney at law of Moneymore, Co. Londonderry & John CARGAN, servant man to MILLER of Moneymore. Registrar: George GRIFFIN. Farm in Furnabrach, Londonderry [80.1.32 plantation] for £50 from John McCULLA to David ESPEY in ESPEY's poss for & during life of GIBBES or term of 6 years, whichever lasts longer, from 1 Nov 1807 sub to yearly rent therein, with proviso for redemption upon payment of £50 + interest.

Notes thanks to Mike in Vancouver.

622

122

428639

JACKSON, William

Limerick

1810 Jul 4

JACKSON-VILLIERS. Names Index 1810-1812

Btw William John JACKSON of Madras in the East Indies of the 1 pt & Thomas JACKSON of Fanningstown Co Limerick Esq of the one pt. Nathaniel [?]pson of Bridges[?] Westminster England & Barbara GOULD his wife heretofor Barbara GOULD widow of 2nd part & John VILLIERS of City Dublin Esq of 3rd pt…. 3200 acres of Ballycary, Co Limerick… 3,000 pounds for the younger children of Thomas & Barbara.. SEE: JACKSONs of Duddington

622

226

429099

JACKSON, Samuel

Dublin

1810 Jun 29

TYAN The surname of TYAN may be FYAN 1810-1812

Image 445

Btw Samuel JACKSON of Cook Street [sic - Cork St.] Co. Dublin, Cotton Manufacturer of 1 pt & Robert TYAN City of Dublin Merchant of the other pt… leased lands of Ballydermot Co. Dublin called PLESSEYs farm bounded on the Northwest by road leading from Grand Canal to Chapelizod on south by Grand Canal and road leading to the west … lands of Jamestown .. more description … for lives of Samuel JACKSON, John JACKSON age 16 years, and Samuel JACKSON age 13, sons of Samuel JACKSON for term of 31 years at yearly rent of 318 pounds. WITNESS: Matthew BRETT of City of Dublin… NOTE: Samuel JACKSON, husband of Anne BOARDMAN. I expect to find where he fits into Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

622

244

429331

BREAKEY

Monaghan

29 Feb 1792

 

BREAKEY-FLEMMING  (Reg. 24 Jul 1810)

To the Register appointed by Act of Parliament for Registering Deeds, Conveyances and so forth. A memorial of indented deed of marriage settlement bearing the date the twenty ninth of February one thousand seven hundred and ninety two and duly executed between James Breakey, son of Isaiah Breakey of Milford in the county of Monaghan linen draper, of the one part, Mary Fleming eldest daughter of Ann Fleming of Bawn in the County of Meath widow, of the second part, the said Isaiah Breakey of the third part, the said Ann Fleming of the fourth part, Patrick Boyd of Bawn in the County of Meath, Gent., and William Breakey of Drumskelt in the county of Monaghan linen draper of the fifth part. Reciting that a marriage was to be had and solemnized between the said James Breakey and the said Mary Fleming and reciting that the said Isaiah Breakey was then seized and pofsefsed of the town and lands of Derry with part of the town and lands of Millmore in the county of Monaghan containing in the whole eighty four acres three roods Irish measure and the one half of the turf bog of Millmore by virtue of a lease to him thereof made by John Ker Esq. dated the twenty fourth of May one thousand seven hundred and eighty one during the term of twenty one years renewable forever and reciting that the said Isaiah Breakey did in order to provide for the said James Breakey did grant bargain and sell to the said James Breakey his Heirs, Ex’cors Adm’ors  and Afsigns  thirty acres of the said lands of Derry and Millmore with one third part of the bog of Millmore, he the said James Breakey his Heirs, Ex’cors Adm’ors paying a proportion able [sic]  part of the chief rent that the said Isaiah Breakey was bound to pay and reciting that the said Ann Fleming was then pofsefsed of the town and lands of Bawn, C [illegible],  part of Mullaghavally, [appears as Clocksteukagh]  and Corranery situate in the counties of Meath and Cavan by virtue of the last will of David Boyd then late of the county of the city of Dublin to hold to the said Ann Fleming during her natural life, and after her death to go to the  nephews and nieces of the said David Boyd children of William Fleming share and share alike and The said Ann Fleming in order to provide for the said Mary Fleming in consideration of said marriage did grant and agree with the said James Breakey his Heirs Ex’cors Adm’ors and afsigns should take and receive out of the profits of all the said lands of Bawn, C [illegible], part of Mullaghavally, [appears as Clocksteukagh] and Corranery the [illegible] yearly sum of twenty five pounds str. And reciting that the said James Breakey in consideration of said marriage and other the considerations therein mentioned did grant bargain release and confirm unto said Patrick Boyd and William Breakey their heirs Ex’cors Adm’ors and afsigns all his estate, right, title and interest in the said thirty acres of the lands of Derry, Millmore and turf bog of Millmore to hold to the said Patrick Boyd and William Breakey their Heirs, Ex’cors Adm’ors and afsigns in trust to the use of the said James Breakey during his natural life and after his death in trust for the said Mary Fleming and her ifsue but to permit the said James Breakey and his afsigns to receive the ifsues and profits thereof during his life  and after his death in case he should be without ifsue, then to the use of the said Mary Fleming in case she should survive him the said James Breakey, to receive thereout the yearly sum of thirty pounds st. payable half yearly after the death of the said James Breakey and in which said died. There are other clauses and covenants, and is witnefsed by James Leeky of the town of Monaghan, att’y, William Breakey of Lea, Gent both in the county of Monaghan and the Rev’d William Moore of Kingscourt in the county of Cavan and this memorial is also witnefsed by the said James Leeky and John Gibson of Drumlun in the county of Cavan, Gent. and by Mic’l  ---ningham. Signed and sealed in presence of John Gibson James Leekey Mic’l   ---ningham   The above named James Leekey aged thirty years and upwards maketh oath and saith he is a subscribing Witnefs to the deed of settlement whereof the above writing is a memorial and saw the same duly [illegible] by the said Isaiah Breakey and is also a subscribing Witnefs to this memorial  and saw the same duly signed and sealed by the said James Breakey and saith the name James Leekey subscribed as a Witnefs is the depont’s  proper name and writing.   Sworn before me at Kings Court in the county of Cavan this 24th day of July 1810 by virtue of a commifsion to me directed for taking affid’ts and [illegible] from the deponent. Mic’l   ---ingham

622

391

429951

JACKSON, Jas

Kildare

1815 Jun 18

WHELAN 1810-1812

Image 523

James JACKSON of Davidstown Co. Kildare farmer demised to John WHELAN part of lands of Ballaghbeg 14 a 2r 10p. WITNESS Henry JACKSON of Calverstown, Co. Kildare farmer & John BALFE of Fontstown Co. Kildare, Schoolmaster. NOTE: The BALFE connection is intriguing, given that JACKSONs of Lisnaboe include a Henry JACKSON & Mary BALFE with sons James & Henry – about whom we know nothing.

622

432

430212

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1810 Apr 10

McCULLOGH Jas to PERRY 1800-1809 (1810)

James McCULLAGH of City of Dublin Carpenter

622

522

430461

JACKSON, Anty

Down

1815 Sep 13

POWER 1810-1812

Image 591 part of it hard to read.

Btw John JACKSON of Ballymethon [?] Co. Down Gent  of 1 pt & William LEED [SEED?] Robert BALL & [?] all of Belfast Co. Antrim merchants.… re estate of Andrew THOMPSON of Belfast, a Bankrupt. See also #430476

622

529

430476

JACKSON, John

Down

1810 Sep 13

SEED 1810-1812

Image 591

Deed of recovery of Mtg  between John JACKSON of Ballymelhon Co Down Gent of 1 pt  & William LEED [SEED?], Robert BALL & [STUART?] all of Belfast Merchants…effects of Andrew THOMPSON of Belfast, a Bankrupt … house and garden on north side of Shore Street in Holywood  Co. Down lying beneath the holdings of James McCONNELL on the one side… more descr

623

45

426739

JACKSON, Warren H. R

Waterford

1810 May 10

Warren Hastings Rowland JACKSON Barrister at Law, City of Dublin of 1 pt & John LAWLER of Ferrymount Co Waterford.

623

209

427739

JACKSON, Samuel

Dublin

1810 Jun 1

Indented Deed of Mtg btw Thomas BUNTEN of Island Bridge & Samuel JACKSON of Leask Street, both in the City of Dublin, Calico Printers of the other pt & Thomas BEASLEY  of New Market in sd City Clothier of the other pt. citing Lease & release  Mar 21 1794 made btw William WORTHINGTON of the 1 pt & Thomas HARPER of Dolphins Barn Co Dublin, Calico Printer of the other pt..

623

323

428703

JACKSON

Down

1810 Jul 1

 Deed of Mtg  btw Alexander STEWART  of Ards, Co. Down Esq of the 1 pt & Samuel JACKSON of Mount Pleasant Co Down of the other pt Alexander STEWART for the consideration therin mentioned granted to Samuel JACKSON town and lands of  Drumalleeormon [?] or Marybrook in Baron of [L]inacearty [?] parish of Kil[?] Co. Down containing by est 707 acres Cunningham Measure together with buildings, barns, mills stables gardens etc River if Lough Waters [?], trees woods, underwoods,, crops, mountains, WITNESSES: James HUME & Robert HAMILTON both of the City of Dublin attorneys at law & James VANCE

623

334

428718

JACKSON, Frances

Antrim

1810 Apr 26

Deed of Mtg btw Frances JACKSON of Randlestown Co Antrim, widow and Archibald DOUGLASS of the same place Gent son-in-law of sd Frances JACKSON of the one pt & Henry JOY of the Lodge in Co Antrim Esq & Henry JOY of the City of Dublin Esq of 2nd pt. Whereas  Archibald DOUGLAS for and in consideration of the sm of  £1100 granted to Henry JOY & Henry JOY town and lands of Whopstown [?] in Parish of Connor, Barony of  Antrim, Co. Antrim formerly in the possession of William JACKSON deceased & then in possession of Frances JACKSON & Archibald DOUGLAS… 26 acres 11 perches in Randalstown, Co Antrim & Dwelling House offices and yards and land with the new erected Paper Mill & other Edifices formerly in the possess of Robert REAY farmer and then in possession of Frances JACKSON and Archibald DOUGLAS in Aughaboy near Randlestown & lands in Ballygrully adjoining said town of Randalstown Co Antrim as the same were in possession of Francis JOY deceased and then in possession of said Frances JACKSON and Archibald DOUGLAS… Hugh JOY & Henry JOY… NOTE: Also under 1810-1812 Names Index with Grantee BEASLEY.

624

1

426901

HANNA

Armagh

1810 May 12

HANNA-STRAIN

William HANNA of Acton House  Co Armagh Esq. of 1 pt

624

1

426902

HANNA

Armagh

1810 May 12

HANNA_CHRISTIAN

William HANNA of Acton House  Co Armagh Esq. of 1 pt

624

1

426903

HANNA

Armagh

1810 May 12

HANNA-POOLE Notes? 2009? Ballyrea 1739-1810

 William HANNA of Acton House  Co Armagh Esq. of 1 pt & James POOL of Ballyreagh of other p.

624

1

426903

HANNA

Armagh

1810 May 12

HANNA-STEVENSON

William HANNA of Acton House  Co Armagh Esq. of 1 pt

624

192

427674

McCULLAGH

Down

1810 May 15

McCULLOCH Saml to JAMESON (1800-1809 (1810))

Of Knockbridge, Co. Down, farmer & James LAWSON of Ballycrum, Parish of Drumbo.

624

249

428471

JACKSON, Wm

Dublin

Kildare

1809 Mar 25

PIM 1810-1812

Release btw William JACKSON, John WILSON & Isaac SUMMERS all of City of Dublin, Merchants of 1 pt & James PIM of Fleet St. City of Dublin, Merchant conveying 1a 1p part of the lands of Rochestown bordered by road from Gilltown to Timhoe on the north; on the south east and west by other lands of Hogestown in Co. Kildare for lives of James Forbes RUSSELL son of Samuel RUSSELL late of Ardee Street, City of Dublin deceased, and Samuel JESSOP late of Thomas Street City of Dublin deceased. WITNESS: John ROBISON & William ROBISON both of City of Dublin & Isaac SIMONS. NOTE: Rochestown is in the Parish of Gilltown, Barony South Naas, Co. Kildae.

624

278

428825

JACKSON, Sarah

Armagh

1809 Mar 25

TISDALL Marriage arts 1810-1812

Image 416-417

Btw Rev James TISDALL of Eddenderry, Co. Armagh  Clerke, 2nd son of Michael TISDALL of Charlesfort. Co Meath & Juliana TISDALL otherwise BLENNERHASSETT his wife both deceased of the 1st part and Lydia JACKSON otherwise EYRE of Tulleydooey widow of Thomas JACKSON of Tullydooey, Co. Tyrone Esq deceased and Sarah Eyre JACKSON daughter of said Thomas & Lydia JACKSON of the 2nd part and Charles Arthur TISDALL of Charlesfort Co. Meath and Benjamin EYRE of Maydown, Co. Armagh of the 3rd pt. Reciting marriage 14 April 1779 od TISDALL and BLENNERHASSET … [more details]

 NOTE: PIM Gr O The Names Index for 1810-1812 showed the name PIM – I did not see it.

SEE: JACKSONs of Doncaster

624

284

456004

HANNA

Armagh

1810 Oct 14

HANNA-POOLE

Between William HANNA of Acton House, Co. Armagh Esq. Of 1st part & James POOLE of Ballynagh, Co. Armagh farmer ... life of James POOLE lessee Joseph POOLE son to lessee aged about 18 & Elinor POOL daughter age 13 years or 21 years .

625

117

431356

OLIVER, Patrick

Donegal

1810 Nov 5

Patrick OLIVER Drumkeen, Parish of Rath Raphoe, Co. Donegal

 Land in Donegal

625

193

432690

McCULLAGH

Monaghan

1810 Jul 13

WESTBY as Mastr to McCULLOUGH 1739-1810 (TI Bk 45)

Very hard to read… pd Thomas McCULLAGH of Derryvally Co. Monaghan Esq. f 4th pt… granted to Thomas MCCULLAGH in his actual possession … town and lands of Drumgristen, Co. Monaghan

625

240

434839

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1811 Mar 12

MCCULLOGH Jas to McCULLOGH 1800-1809 (1811)

Deed of Assignment btw James McCULLOUGH of Aghaboy Co Antrim of the 1st pt & William McCULLOUGH his son, carpenter, … description of land and transfer…of the 2nd pt

625

349

43271

JACKSON, Henry

Grange, Kings

1811 Jul 22

PRONI T808/8264

Memorial Registered 22 July 1811 of Deed of 18 Nov 1809 by Henry JACKSON of Grange in Kings Co., Esq. & Thomas LELAND of French Street in Dublin City Gent & Edward Beacon CONNOR of Leicester Place & Middlesex to James CURTIS of Mossfield in Kings Co., Esq. Same list of tythes as #321021. WITNESSES: Nicholas SCOLLARD & John GERAGHTY both of Dublin City. Memorial signed by Leland.

625

350

433272

JACKSON, Henry

Grange, Kings

1811 Jul 22

PRONI T808/8264

Memorial registered 22 July 1811 of Deed of 17 Nov 1809 by George WATKINS of Guilford, Co. Surrey Esq. & Charlotte Parisot of Vauxhall, Co. Surrey spinster to Thomas LELAND of Dublin City & Edward Beacon CONNOR of Leicester Place, Co. Middlesex. Same list of tythes as 321021. LELAND & CONNOR were trustees to pay WATKINS £150 & Parisot £100 yearly during life of Henry JACKSON. They are selling the property & paying off WATKINS & PARISOT. WITNESSES: Nicholas SCOLLARD & John GERAGHTY both of Dublin City.

625

485

439572

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1811 Sep 28

TISDALL Gr O Ge O1810-1812 NOTE: The Names index of 1810-1812 showed the Grantee: TISDALL – I did not see it.

Indenture of lease btw James JACKSON of City of Dublin, Merchant of the 1 pt & John JOHNSTON of Birr in Kings Co. of the other… leased part of the lands of St. Sepulchers situate in the parish of St. Kevins & Co. Dublin… description of house.

625

523

439612

COULTER

Louth

1803 Dec 7

COULTER to CALLAN 1811-1820 (TI Bk 81) Reg 1811 Oct 1. Carrickastook

NAMES: Charles COULTER of Annaghavacky; Brian CALLAN of Tankardstown; Patrick LENNON of Carrickastuck; William COULTER; Charles COULTER jr.; Ralph COULTER; Henry COULTER; Daniel CASSIDY; Stephen PAGE.

626

47

427158

JACKSON, Wm

Kildare

Dublin

1807 Jul 17

NEALE 1810-1812

335

 Deed of Release btw Stewart KING of City of Dublin Esq. one of the Masters of his Majesty’s High Court of Chancery of 1 pt Samuel NEAL of [Newington?]  Co Kildare, brother & heir at law and admin of Thomas NEAL late of Rathangan Co. Kildare Gent of 2nd pt  William JACKSON of the Coombe, Co. Dublin of 3rd pt  … Stewart KING ordered to sell … complicated legal … NOTE: The Chancery decree might shed light on the on involvement of William JACKSON.

626

316

434215

JACKSON, Josh

Queens

1811 Feb 1

HARDING 1810-1812

Image 476

Btw John JACKSON of Mountrath Queens Co. Merchant of the 1 pt & William HARDING of City of Dublin Merchant of the other part. Reciting lease & release 18 Oct 1762 … release to Thomas HONNER … plot of ground on west side of the street of Mountrath Barony Maryborough, Queens Co. …. … to Joseph JACKSON

626

317

434216

JACKSON, Josh

Queens

1811 Feb 1

HARDING 1810-1812

Image 476

John JACKSON of Mountrath Queens Co. Merchant of the 1 pt & William HARDING of City of Dublin Merchant… reciting will of John JACKSON father of Joseph JACKSON… ground on west side of the street of Mountrath Barony Maryborough, Queens Co … for lives renewable 16 Feb 1783 and also tenement in lands of Ballymaddock Skehana Queens Co…. lease from Earl of Romond 3 May 1784 … Joseph JACKSON… charges by will of John JACKSON 23 pounds 8s …

626

363

434271

Jackson, Thos

 

1810-1812

MCPHERSON GR W

Error in Names Index: This book jumps from 434260 to 436101.

628

28

429802

Jackson, Samuel

Dublin

1810 Aug 16

MILLS GE O 1810-1812

Image 328

BTW Samuel JACKSON of Cork Street, Co. Dublin, Cotton Manufacturer & Bleacher of the 1 pt; Wilson MILLS & Robert TYAN both of City of Dublin, Merchant. Reciting deed 12 Nov 1798 James JACKSON then of City of Dublin Delph Manufacturer sold to GRIMSHAW lands and premises which were by virtue of a Mesne Assignment legally vested in the said Samuel JACKSON then stood indebted to Wilson MILLS & Robert TYAN in the sum of £1,500 principal therefor Samuel JACKSON demised to MILLS and TYAN parcel of land called the small park or field containing 102 perches of land & 20 perches & Lands called Church Meadow together with two [?] Mills built & erected etc… dwelling House, Mill Race, part of the lands of Clarkstown … on the east of the River Kilmushogue … on the road leading from Rathfarnham … more detail

628

476

432869

COULTER

Louth

1739-1810

HOWARD to COULTER Dowdallshill (TI Bk 73)

628

489

432885

McCULLAGH

 

1800-1809 (1810)

McCULLOGH Josh to McCULLOGH

629

41

430026

Jackson, Joshua

Cork

1810-1812

HARVEY GE O MILLS?

Hard to read – Abigail HARVEY of Youghall spinster deceased of 1pt & Mercha [?] to the 2nd Joshua JACKSON of Youghall

629

62

430059

Jackson, Robert

Queens Co

1810-1812

BARROW Navn Comy

Horrible handwriting – Hans HAMILTON & other names incl Robert JACKSON re lands in Queens Co.

629

265

431950

Jackson, Stephen

Dublin

1810 Nov 9

ALLEN GR O 1810-1812

Stephen DICKSON City of Dublin Esq Barrister at Law of 1st pt & Jackson Wray ATKINSON of Cangort, Kings Co Esq Lieut Col  of the Kings Co Regiment of Militia in 2nd pt Mary CODD wife of Wm CODD of City of Dublin Gent of 3rd pt & John ALLEN of Clare St City of Dublin esq of 4th pt… lands in Tipperary

629

306

432901

Jackson, Hardy

Dublin

1810 Nov 30

LANIGAN 1810-1812

Image 165

Jane HARDY otherwise JACKSON widow of Charles HARDY late of Corkhill, City of Dublin, Sadler, deceased and mother and natural Guardian of William HARDY a minor of the 1 pt & Valentine LANIGAN of Corkhill, Builder. [demised land on Corkhill] WITNESS: John BRADSHAW

629

533

435053

Jackson, Jacob Wm

Dublin

1811 Mar 20

HOGAN 1810-1812

Image 289

BTW Jacob William JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent, attorney at law of 1 pt & William Caldwell HOGAN of City of Dublin, attorney at law re: lands of Clonmoyle, & Tullonisk otherwise Tullonisky [aka Tullanisky] cont 225a in Barony Fortallagh [aka Fartullagh ] in Co. West Meath. then in occupation of Robert WALSH.

630

73

431114

Jackson, Benjamin

 

1810-1812

ROGERS

630

357

468324

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1814 Nov 3

JACKSON-PRONI T808/8260

Memorial registered 3 Nov 1814 of mortgage of 28 Oct 1814 for £3000 by Henry JACKSON of Patrick Street Dublin, Gent to Richard WORNELL of Portobello, Co. Dublin, Gent. Premises on East & West sides of Patrick Street & at Ranelagh & on East side of Great Georges St & at Old Merrion & at Chancery Lane & at Patrick St. all in Dublin City or County. WITNESSES George IRWIN Attorney; John WILSON Gent both of Dublin. Memorial signed by JACKSON.

631

268

433242

OLIVER, James & William

Tyrone

1805, Aug 21

James OLIVER to William OLIVER Tullykeel?,

This Deed is mentioned in HENRY WILLIAM OLIVER 1807-1888: His Descendants by Henry Oliver Rea. James OLIVER Sr. was born in 1750 and had three sons: Stephen, James & William (all mentioned in the deed). On 31 December 1790, James OLIVER Sr. had leased this land from William IRVINE and apparently transferred it to his son William OLIVER (b. abt 1780) who was farming at "Six Mile Cross" - about six miles from Tattykeel, Co. Tyrone. At the time, both Stephen OLIVER and his father James OLIVER were resident at Corchoney.

Deed of conveyance by James OLIVER of Corconny, Parish of Kildeep?, Co. Tyrone  of the one part and William OLIVER of Lisnae Corss, Co [illegible] and of the said James OLIVER ... that William Junior? Esq. Due by fiduciary? Legacy date the 31st day of Dec 1790 did demure and sell unto the said James OLIVER  all the holding occupied by the said James OLIVER in Tullykeel in the Parish of Killduffs in the Parish of Tyrone containing 13 acres 3.10 perches with the same more or less [?] two days labour  of a man yearly.  To hold to the said James Olliver  his heirs  {/, ?, } from the first day of November then last for the acres of Stephen OLIVER, James OLIVER,  and Wm OLIVER sons of the aforesaid James Olliver party thereto at the yearly rent  of sixteen shillings per acre and one shilling per pound [?] fees. He the Said James OLIVER in conferring the sum of [pounds]60  to him paid by the said William OLIVER  did thereby sell  {?] transfer and make over to the said William OLIVER his heirs and assign all  [?] property  and Claim whatever to the said part of Tullykist[?]  containing 13 acres 3.10 perches [?] with the Dwelling House & offices and Houses & appurtenances then in the actual possession of Stephen OLIVER to hold to the said Wm OLIVER ... Witnessed by Bernard M’Glane [M’GLONE?] & by Andrew Newton of Creagh?

631

382

434088

JOHNSTON, Benjamin

Monaghan

1810 Feb 24

JOHNSTON-McCULLAGH. Names Index 1810-1812

Benj JOHNSTON is of the 8th pt… lands to Thomas McCULLAGH in his actual possession town and lands of Lisnagonorty otherwise Lisnagarvey or Lisnagonway, Co. Monaghan

632

245

433052

Jackson, Jas

Dublin

1810 Sep 10

CUDDY GR O 1810-1812

Image 428

BTW James JACKSON Peter ELLIOT and Joe DIXON all of City of Dublin Merchants, of the 1 pt Richard CUDDY of [Denkill?] Street, City of Dublin, Carpenter of the other pt. Two lots on east side of Moss St. were demised. Houses lately occupied by Lawrence Healy BAKER & George CUFF. [details …]

632

413

434309

Jackson, Jas

Antrim

1811 Jan 6

HILL 1810-1812

Image 514

James JACKSON Parish Ballinderry, Co. Antrim, farmer of 1 pt & Samuel HILL, Parish Ballinderry, Co. Antrim, farmer of other pt. … lands of Part Money Cromay [see: Moneycrumog ] in Parish of Ballinderry Manor of Killalough [now Massereene Upper.] … John RUSSELL.

632

438

434330

Jackson, Robert

Armagh

1811 Feb 18

JERVOIS aka GERVAIS 1810-1812

Image 527

Robert JACKSON of City & Co. Armagh Esq & Rev. Francis GERVAISE of Ballynahonemore Co. Armagh Clke of other pt. in consid of £245.10.6 part of lands of Ballybrawley late in the possession of Patrick FAGAN & Thomas LEMON containing 8a2r13p  on east side of townland of Terrygarive & also 30p of land on West side of Terrygarive … in Barony & Co. Armagh … [more descry of land & rights]

633

196

433349

JACKSON, John Devonshire

Dublin

1811 Jan 2

CLARKE-KANE

Image 107

BTW Benjamin CLARK, Benjamin CLARK the younger, John Reed CLARK, William CLARK & Precious CLARK of the 1st pt. Nathaniel HONE, William MILLS and Francis FOSTER of the 2nd pt. John THOMPSON of 3rd pt; Joseph Devonshire JACKSON of 4th pt. Land on Merchant’s Quay in City of Dublin … SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Cork

633

448

436071

JACKSON, Mary

Cavan

Monaghan

Meath

1811 Apr 30

DYASS 1810-1812

Image 240-241

James DYAS of Kings Court Co Esq.. Cavan Esq. of 1 pt  & John DYAS of Kings Court Eldest son of James DYAS of 2nd pt. & Mary JACKSON of Cremorne Co Monaghan [Parish Clontibret] spinster  daughter of Alexander JACKSON late of Cremorne of the other part.

Thomas DYAS of Kings Court aforesaid son of James DYAS, Hugh JACKSON of Cremorne aforesaid Esquire of the fourth part. Reciting that by indenture bearing date the 11th day of April 1741, Thomas BLIGH, Brittas, Esq, County Meath Esq. for the consideration therein mentioned leased to John SHIELDS and James WRIGHT, both of Lisnagrow in the County of Meath all that part of Lisnagrow aforesaid being part of the parts of Ballinatubuff [NOTE: Not sure what this might be] in possession of John SHIELDS James WRIGHT containing 80 acres to the [?] named at the yearly rent of £22 that the said Thomas BLIGH by indenture bearing date the 14th day of August 1715 did demise unto James SHIELDS of [?] in County Meath all that part of Lisnagrow, at something the part of the 16 part of Ballinatubuff there in [?] of James SHIELDS containing 20 acres be the same more or less… John SHIELDS, James WRIGHT and Francis [?] situate in the Barony of Kells, County Meath …NOTE: This memorial is detailed enough, and hard enough to read that I will order a copy. SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe

633

537

436994

JACKSON, Saml

Dublin

1810-1812

Dissolution of Partnership

Image 284-285

 Between Samuel JACKSON of Cork Street Co. Dublin Cotton Manufacturer of the 1 pt  & Thomas BURTON of Island Bridge Co. Dublin Calico Printer of the other Reciting Indenture of Partnership 15 Mar 1797 for business to be carried on in Dwelling House at Island Bridge and reciting that the term of partnership had expired … final settlement … said Samuel JACKSONs moiety or half of said house and appurtenances amounted to 2,250 pounds … bleach yard at Island Bridge. WITNESS: John PARKER & Edward KENNEDY

634

115

432959

JACKSON, Mary

Dublin

Down

Cork

 

1810 Dec 18

FULLER1810-1812

Image 383

Memorial of an indented deed of assignment between Benjamin CLARKE city of Dublin merchant of the first part, Nathaniel HONE of city of Dublin, Alderman John ORR, Wilson MILLS, Francis MILLS and John THOMPSON all of the City of Dublin merchants and trustees of the estate and effects of Benjamin CLARKE of the second part and Mary JACKSON widow and George TUTHILL of the City of Dublin Esquire executors of Strettle JACKSON late of said city Cork Esquire deceased of the third part and John Fuller and Thomas Fuller of said city Dublin merchants of the fourth part. Reciting as is recited Benjamin CLARKE Nathanial HONE John ORR Wilson MILLS Francis MILLS and John THOMPSON in consideration of five shillings each of them in hand paid and said Mary JACKSON and George TUTHILL in consideration of £300 to them in hand also paid by said John FULLER and Thomas FULLER did according to their response unto grant bargain sell alien release and confirm unto the said John and Thomas FULLER in their actual possession then being by virtue of a lease for a year therein mentioned all that and those that field that parcel of ground situated at or near Dolphinsbarn County Dublin containing 1 acre two roods nine perches more or less also that field parcel of ground set on the Southside of the ground Canal between Haroldscross and Dolphinsbarn County Dublin, and containing 3 acres 30 perches more or less marred and bounded on the North by the grand Canal and on the South by a field formerly in the possession of James RUSSELL on the East partly by a piece of ground formerly in possession of Phillip PROSSER silk thrasher deceased and partly by a field formerly in possession of Joseph ANDREWS son-in-law and successor to John SALLY deceased by which was formally the estate of John CREIGHTON Esquire, and on the West by a Lane road leading from said ground and canal to the fields of James RUSSELL. To hold unto said John Fuller and Thomas FULLER their heirs and assigns for and during the natural life [lives not mentioned]. WITNESS Thomas RAWSON of the city of Dublin attorney and Memorial witnessed by Thomas RAWSON and by Richard McNABB of city of Dublin gent. NOTE: Wilson MILLS was the husband of Isabella BIRCH of Co. Down. Nathaniel HONE was the husband of Anne JACKSON, daughter of William JACKSON (1690-1772). Mary JACKSON (1759-1824) widow of Strettle JACKSON (1755-1807) of Cork. George TUTHILL was an uncle of Mary JACKSON SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Cork

634

181

433551

McCULLAGH

 

 

McCULLOGH Saml to McCULLOGH 1810-1812 (1811)

Wrong #

634

492

437499

BARTLEY

Monaghan

1810 Mar 15

BARKLEY-NIXON 1810-1812

George BARKLY, Gent of Lossett, Co. Monaghan intended groom; Humphry THOMPSONS of Bushford, Co. Monaghan, trustee; Elizha (Elisha)  NIXON of Ballyboy, Monaghan, spinster; James NIXON, Captain, Monaghan Military, trustee; Hugh BARKLY, deceased; Registrar: William WILLSON; WITNESS of Deed: James MOVALL of Moumten?, Monaghan; Robert WILSON, Attorney, Balyboy [Ballybay], Co. Monaghan; WITNESS of Memorial: Benjamin THOMPSON of Bushford, Co. Monaghan, Minister; Susannah WILSON. Being seized of 19acr by will of Hugh BARKLY, Georg BARKLY releases 9acr of Lossett to Humphry THOMPSON & James NIXON in their poss, in trust for life of George BARKLY & to use of Elizha NIXON on death of George BARKLY, if Elisha NIXON survives George BARKLY & on death of George BARKLEY to issue of George BARKLY & Elizha NIXON in shares as George BARKLY shall assign, with power to George BARKLY to make lease for up to 31 years. Elizha NIXON was seized of £480 plus £100 bond of Humphry THOMPSON.

Notes thanks to Mike in Vancouver.

635

148

436175

OLIVER, Charles

Fermanagh

1811, Jan 20

Charles OLIVER to WEST

Sam Gamble of Gruan [?] & Charles OLIVER of Enniskillen & Mrs.Irwin of Enniskillen all in Co Fermanagh Gent executors in will of Christopher West late of Torryshick, Co Fermanagh decd & of Edward West of Brendrum  (eldest son of legatee) . Witnessed by David Robinson of Mullaghy & [?] Bradford of Enniskillin, both Co Fermanagh.

635

201

436640

JACKSON

Sligo

1811 May 20

NI 1810-1813

Wm WHITE-JACKSON

John JACKSON of Rockwood Co Sligo … lives of John JACKSON, Margaret his wife, Thomas his eldest son. WITNESS: Thomas JACKSON of Killery Co Sligo

635

211

436667

JOHNSTON, Richard

Wicklow

1811 May 21

JOHNSTON-JOHNSTON. Names Index 1810-1812

Bw Elizabeth JOHNSTON, Widow of Kilmagig Richard JOHNSTON of Tyrone… trustees of Edward JOHNSTON of Kilmagig  Co Wicklow?

635

403

433804

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1811 Aug 16

BILTON 1810-1812

Image 202

Whereby John JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent for consideration of 100 pounds paid by Christopher BILTON Of Dawson St City of Dublin assigned dwelling house etc on east side of Frederick Street  City of Dublin in possession of John JACKSON with small yard … [description]. WITNESS: Alexander MARTIN of Townes Street Esq & James HAWKINS of City of Dublin Attorney.

635

425

438830

BRADFORD

 

1811-1820

 

OGLE to BRADFORD Anaglog, Blackstown (TI Bk 81)

635

427

438831

McCULLAGH

 

1811 May 1

McCULLOGH to GAFFIKAN1810-1812 (1811)

635

445

438840

JACKSON, James

Kilkenny

1811 May 10

JACKSON 1810-1812

Image 224

An indenture of lease made between James JACKSON of Gurteen [aka Gorteen] farmer of the one part and James JACKSON and Robert JACKSON minors first and second sons William JACKSON late of Gurteen aforesaid and grand sons of the said James JACKSON party hereto of the other part reciting that the said James JACKSON did demise grant set and to farm let unto the said James JACKSON and Robert JACKSON all that and those a lot of ground in Gurteen aforesaid then in the actual possession of Judith JACKSON also BOYLE relict of the said William JACKSON bounded on the North by Turnpike road leading from the Colliery to Leighlin Bridge on the South by Thomas SHAWs holding on the East by the land held formally and then by Michael BRENNAN and on the West by Michael JACKSONs holding all in the Lordship [aka Parish] of Castlecomer Barony of Fassadinin County Kilkenny containing 4a 1r 28p Plantation Measure more or less with the house and concerns then occupied by Michael BRENNAN… . To hold unto the said James JACKSON and Robert JACKSON their heirs and assigns from the 25th day of March last, and during the natural lives and life of Samuel JACKSON 6th son of Michael JACKSON of Gurteen farmer and George LAYCOCK first and only son of William LAYCOCK late of Coolmana, deceased, and the survivor of them proved the said … WITNESS Michael HENLEY and James BOYLE, both in the County of Kilkenny farmers

635

548

440026

COULTER, George Jun

Drogheda

1811, Oct 21

COULTER-HENRY

Between George COULTER formerly of Drogheda but now of ______ [blank in document] Gent of the first part and Robert Henry of College Green in Dublin, woollen draper of the other part ...indenture of a lease of the 24th January 1805 whereby [?] GADLY of Sackville in the City of Dublin demised to the said George COULTER all that house Bankside & Bank house  as then lately tenanted by Philip CARNEY ...lying on the north side of  John Griffin was the Deputy Registrar.

635

562

44056

OLIVER, William

Tyrone

1811, Aug 10

William OLIVER to CORMICK

Deed of a Mortgage between Wm OLIVER of Corkenny in the Parish of Kildrieffs, Co Tyrone, on the one part and William McCormick  Jr. of Tullykeel in parish and County of [Armagh?] [The lands go to McCormick in this deal]

636

86

435946

JACKSON, Geo

Kings

1810 Apr 26

NEWTON 1810-1812

Image 357

Btw George JACKSON of Grouse Lodge, Kings Co., Farmer of the 1 pt & Edward NEWTON of Frankfort, Gent of the other pt…. passage … lands of Ballybay …

636

128

436522

BREAKEY

 

1810-1812 (1811)

BREAKEY-BLEAKE  

636

239

437271

JACKSON, Joseph

Limerick

Dublin

1811 Apr 26

Deed of Trust Gr O 1810-1812

Btw John VILLIERS of the City of Dublin Esq. of the 1 pt & Joseph Devonshire JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. & [Jeremiah?] LANGLEY of City of Limerick, Esq of 2nd pt & Jeremiah Tuthill 2nd son of John VILLIERS … complex arrangements of trusts for children of John TUTHILL (1744-1814) and his wife Elizabeth JACKSON (1750-1826) with all sorts of mentions of people who were relations.

SEE: JACKSONs of Duddingham & Limerick.

636

283

437336

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1811 Jun 17

JACKSON-THOMPSON

PRONI T808/8259 Groves  Manuscripts

Memorial registered 17 June 1711 [sic] of Deed 18 June 1811 by Henry JACKSON of Clonskeagh, Co. Dublin Esq. to George THOMPSON of Roebuck, Co. Dublin Esq. Mill & Mill holding 7 acres of Clonskeagh leased by Lord Trimleston to said Henry JACKSON for life of his son Hugh JACKSON or for 99 years. 18 acres of Boebuck leased 24 Dec 1788 by Lord TRIMLESTOWN to M M’CAR for 31 years and also leased 29 Sept 1803 by William C. HAGAN of Dublin City to above Hugh JACKSON to commence from 29 September 1819 for 69 years. The quarry & Limekiln &c 1 acre at Clonskeagh held for 87 years at 1s by lease from William C. HOGAN to James WOODMASON dated 4 Feb 1802 all which are now the property of above Henry JACKSON who now assigns to THOMPSON for £3500. WITNESSES: James JOHNSTON of York St.; Francis GREGG of Blackhall St. both Attorneys, Dublin. Memorial signed by JACKSON.

636

452

439146

JOHNSTON, Andrew

 

 

JOHNSTON-GILMORE. Names Index 1810-1812

637

40

435474

DAWSON

 

1810-812

DAWSON, Isabella –HOLMES

637

203

436724

JACKSON

Cork

1811 Apr 20

Several KEATING family members of 1st pt; William JACKSON of Youghall Esq & Benjamin JACKSON eldest son and heir of 2nd pt & Benjamin Murdock JACKSON Esq of 3rd pt… land on Strand St where Josiah COOKE formerly lived.. in town of Youghall… more description

637

238

436724

Jackson, Benjn

 

1810-1812

JACKSON GR O

637

238

436724

Jackson, Wm

 

1810-1812

JACKSON GR O

637

386

439218

McCULLAGH

 

1810-1812 (1811)

McCULLOGH Michl & anr to PHELAN

637

446

439663

JACKSON

Dublin

1811 Sep 30

 Deed btw Joseph Devonshire JACKSON of  City of Dublin of 1 pt & Mary JACKSON widow of said City of other pt… lease on east side of Leeson St with coach house stable & offices… more desc… NOTE: presumably this is his mother, Mary COUZENS SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Cork

637

463

439689

OLIVER

Cork

1811, Sept 7

Thomas OLIVER of Cork Gent eldest son of Thomas OLIVER decd  to  Robert REEVES  lately of Cork decd. RICHARDSON of Cork Wine Merchant

637

463

439689

OLIVER, Thomas

Cork

1811 Sep 7

Robert REEVES & Thomas OLIVER of Cork

Thomas OLIVER of Cork Gent eldest son of Thomas OLIVER decd  to  Robert REEVES  lately of Cork decd. RICHARDSON of Cork Wine Merchant

637

481

439761

JACKSON

Dublin

1801 Sept 21

Marriage settlement  btw Joseph Devonshire JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq of 1st pt & Henry ADAIR  Deputy Warren [sic?] of City of Dublin Esq of 2nd pt & Sarah Lucinda CLARKE daughter of Benjamin CLARKE of Cullenswood in Co Dublin merchant of 3rd pt … details SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Cork

638

80

438014

JACKSON, Mary

Cork

1811 May 21

JACKSON 1810-1812

ADAIR Gr O Ge O

Image 48

Btw Mary JACKSON, widow [of Strettle JACKSON]  of the one part & Joseph Devonshire JACKSON her eldest son of the other part. [Extensive description of lands and previous deeds & other parties] Knockalisheen, Parish Inishkenny, Barony Cork.- land in actual possession of Joseph Devonshire JACKSON, and left to him in his father’s will. NOTE: I saw no mention of the name ADAIR

SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Cork

638

163

438780

LaTOUCHE

Dublin

1811 Aug 1

John David LATOUCHE and last will of Andrew KNOX of Merrion Square, City of Dublin .

Image 89

638

317

442007

JACKSON, Robt & Henrietta R.

Kings

Dublin

1810 Jan 26

FISHER 1810-1812

Image 176

Btw Robert JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq., Henrietta Ruddock JACKSON, of City of Dublin spinster & only daughter of Robert JACKSON of the 1 pt & Launcelot FISHER of City of Dublin attorney at law of 2nd pt.

NOTE: Best to see in original, and note details of land in Grange, Kings Co.

SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

638

320

442012

JACKSON, Robt

Carlow

Queens

1812 Jan 8

JACKSON-SCOTT 1811 - 1812 B [illegible]. Carlow

Green Dragon. Co Carlow 1810-1812

Image 178

Robert JACKSON of Graigue, Queens Co. Esq. of 1 pt & Samuel SCOTT of  Lower Gardiner St City of Dublin Esq. other… lands in Ballyn___ian?, Barony [Slievemargy?] Springhill, Queens Co… long lease. Extensive lands and extensive description.

SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Carlow – various trees NOTE: I suspect a relationship with Adam JACKSON. Clues about the townland: KILLESHIN, a parish, in the barony of SLIEVEMARGUE, QUEEN'S county, and province ... The principal seats are Springhill, the residence of -Laforell, Esq.

GRAIGUE, a suburb of the town of CARLOW, in the parish of KILLESHIN, QUEEN’S county, and province of LEINSTER; containing 1976 inhabitants. It is situated on the right bank of the river Barrow, over which there is a bridge into the town of Carlow, but is entirely exempt from the jurisdiction of the sovereign of that borough, although included within its limits for electoral purposes by the act of the 2nd and 3rd of William IV., cap. 89. It comprises 114 acres, and includes 234 houses, a large flour-mill, two tanyards, and a distillery which manufactures more than 36,000 gallons of whiskey annually. It is a constabulary police station, and has fairs on Jan. 6th, Feb. 18th, April 1st, and Oct. 6th. The parochial church (a handsome new building with a curious arched roof of stone), the R. C. chapel, and the parochial and national schools, are in the village; near which about 600 of the men who were killed in the attack upon Carlow, in 1789, were buried.

NOTE: The Names Index mentioned Grantee FISHER. I did not see that.

638

467

443151

BARTLEY

 

1810-1812

Jonathon BARTLEY to KELLY

639

165

440556

RUTHERFORD

 

 

MASSERENE-RUTHERFORD  

639

290

440690

JACKSON, Jas

Dublin

1811 Oct 31

BINNS 1810-1812

SCOTT Names Index 1810-1812. NOTE: I saw no mention of SCOTT.

Image 433

James JACKSON of Essex Street, surviving Trustee in will of Joseph BINNS late of the City of Dublin, Iron Monger, Anne BINNS, widow of Dame Street…description of lots on Dame Street, including burial ground of the Moravian Congregation…

640

87

443794

Jackson, Frs

 

1810-1812

JOY

NOTE: Book 640 ends in memorial 441278. Wrong Book number here. This is how it was recorded in Grantors Index.

640

306

439891

Jackson, Joseph

 

1810-1812

JACKSON

NOTE: Wrong book – it goes from 439375 to 440201

640

327

458205

McMURRAY

Creevagh

1811-1820

McMURRAY to SLOAN Not in bk 640 (TI Bk 46)

640

353

440202

McCULLAGH

 

1820 Sep 16

Abraham McCULLOGH of Dublin to McCOY (1810-1812 (1811))

640

359

440211

OLIVER, John

Tullymore

1811, Apr 8

John OLIVER to OLIVER Have transcribed & footnoted entire deed.

 “... and made between John OLIVER of Tullymore in the Parish & County of Armagh farmer of the one part and Samuel OLIVER of the Town and County of Monaghan Sadler of the other part. Whereby the said John OLIVER for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred pounds Stl to him in kind paid by said Samuel OLIVER did Grant Bargain Sell assign and make over unto the said Samuel OLIVER his heirs and execs Admons [?] all that part of the lands of Tullymore aforesaid then in the possession of the said John OLIVER Gent. 29.2 roods to hold to the said Samuel OLIVER his execs admons [?] ... forever subject to the payment to the said John OLIVER & which deed & this amount are witnessed by John ALFRED, Samuel OLIVER [SEAL] signed and sealed in the presence of James ALFRED, John HEATHER the above named John ALFRED maketh oath & faith that he saw the deed of which Memorial are this [legal blah blah] William WILSON.”

640

380

440228

JACKSON, Mary

Dublin

1811 Oct 31

COSSENS 1810-1812

Image 212

Deed of mortgage btw Mary JACKSON of City of Dublin, widow, and Jane LOFTUS of City of Dublin, spinster in consid of 400 pound pd by LOFTUS granted land on east side of Luren Street [NOTE: I suspect this Leeson St – where Mary JACKSON lived] in the [?] City of Dublin containing in front in breadth 20’, bounded on the north by the dwelling house of Mrs. DUNN, on the south by widow PILKINTONs house, on the east by a narrow passage leading to a lane 16’ wide running from new street called Pembroke St with coach house and Stable situated from said passage with liberty of egress to coach house and stable for remainder of a term of 128 years… WITNESSES: George TUTHILL & [John SAMUEL? Clk to [?] IVORY?]

NOTE: Mary JACKSON (1758-1824) nee COUZENS aka COSSENS, widow of Strettell JACKSON. SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Cork

640

470

440852

JACKSON, Joseph & Rachel

Carlow

1809 Nov 21

JACKSON-LAMB

Joseph JACKSON & Rachel JACKSON of Coolmanna farmer of 1 pt &  [James?] LAMB of Hacketstown Merchant,. JACKSONs for £230 sold some lands in Coolmana formerly known as Soliska … Nashes Quarter also mentioned (the script is hard to read) SEE: JACKSONs of Nashe's Quarter aka Coolmana

640

490

440883

JACKSON, Geo B

Waterford

1811 Sep 22

GILES 1810-1812 LAMB

Image 278

George Bennet JACKSON of Glenbeg, Co. Waterford esq. of 1st pt. to George GILES of Ballygally, land of Ballygally containing 50.3.20 a…

NOTE: The names index mentioned Grantee LAMB, but he was not mentioned.

640

497

440890

JACKSON

Carlow

Queens

1811 Apr 10

CHURCH-JACKSON

Btw Thomas CHURCH of the Green Dragon, Co Carlow Gardiner of 1 pt &  Robert JACKSON of Grague in Queens Co Esq…. released lands of Quinghmore 6A 2R 12p Plantation Measure bounded on the east by the High Road leading to Dunlecky on the West by Edward [???} holding on the North by John [Whilcocks] holding and on the south by Robert VICARS  holding , Parish of Stapletown Co Carlow… life & lives of Thomas CHURCH party thereto, Arthur CHURCH his brother John CHURCH eldest son of the said Thomas CHURCH… SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkeiran.

641

416

447784

Jackson, Geo

Antrim

1812 Apr 30

GILLIS 1810-1812

Image 216

BTW George JACKSON of Larne Co. Antrim Grocer of 1 pt & William GILLIS of Co. Antrim, farmer of other pt. George JACKSON demised tenement in Town of Larne containing in front 20’ and in rere 69’ on the west of houses lately occupied by Henry HAMIL Baker, Thomas HUNTER Shoemaker & Jane BLAIR … for 61 years from 1 Nov 1806 rent to James BASHFORD … 2 storey house … George JACKSON [SEAL]

642

13

439419

Jackson, Joseph Henry & Susanna

Cork

1811 Sep 10

HALPIN Gr O 1810-1812

BTW Susanna JACKSON of City of Bath, widow & Joseph Henry JACKSON of Ballymore in the Great Island in Co. Cork Esq of 1st pt  & Joseph HALPIN of Ballymore, farmer of 2nd … 1 year lease of 28a 3r of Ballymore [description … bordered on north by the sea …]… Henry JACKSON [SEAL] WITNESS: William HAYES & Richard VINCENT

NOTE: Susannah JACKSON was the widow of George JACKSON formerly of Glanbeg, Co. Waterford Esq

642

118  

441819

BREAKEY

 

 

Researched by Ken BREAKEY

642

293

443375

McCULLAGH

 

1810-1812 (1812)

McCULLA Jas to McCULLA

643

111

448800

JACKSON, Wm

Dublin

1811 Nov 14

EAGAN 1810-1812

Image 61

Btw John TUCKER of the City of Dublin and Eliza his wife of the 1st Pt; William JACKSON of City of Dublin Trustee of the marriage settlement of John & Eliza of 2nd pt & John EGAN of the City of Dublin Merchant of 3rd pt. … land bordered on the front by the market lately erected behind Great George Street and Booster Lane and also part pf the land of Rathgar then lately in possession of Hugh CORMER commonly called Rathmines & Rathgar field as divided in four fields and through which avenues or roads have been made cont 19a 4p in Co. Dublin also lands in Rathgar 13.3.25 to John EGAN.

NOTE: The Names index mentioned HALPIN Gr O – but I saw no mention

643

290

442698

JACKSON, Jas

Antrim

1812 Jan 25

JACKSON 1810-1812

Image 164

Btw James JACKSON & Samuel HILL both of Ballinderry Co Antrim farmers of the 1 pt & John JACKSON of the same parish & Co. farmer of the other pt…. release of land of Monogorrugh [probably Moneycrumog] in Parish Ballinderry, Co Antrim. WITNESSES John RUSSELL and William RUSSELL both of Ballinderry, farmers.

NOTE: The Names index mentioned EGAN– but I saw no mention

643

412

444421

JACKSON, Wm

Dublin

Kings

1812 Jan 15

RAIT 1810-1812

Image 225

Wm JACKSON of the Combe, Co. of Dublin, Gent of 1st pt. Silvester RAIT of Cloneen [?] Gent of 2nd pt. & George RAIT of Cloverhouse Angusshire [?] of 3rd pt. Referencing deed 18 May 1808 made by William JACKSON to Silvester RAIT for the Mansion House and desme and lands of Clonin [Parish Ballyburly] containing 19a by a then late survey 221a 32r 20p in Barony of Warrenstown [Kings Co.] WITNESS William BOLGER of Dublin.

643

452

444606

DOBBIN

Armagh

1812 Mar 28

DOBBIN-McCANN Notes in 2009 diary 1811-1820 Ballinahonemore

John DOBBIN of City & Co. Armagh Esq. & John MACAN of Ballinahonemore, Co. Armagh, Esq. set to Robert McCAN [MACAN McCANN] 18A 5P bound on the north west by a lane or road through the townland of Ballinahonemore on the south by John STANLEY’s field on the east partly by the said lane or road and partly by Samuel ROWAN’s field … term of 20 years … rent £61.14.11

WITNESS: Leonard DOBBIN of City of Armagh, Attorney at law. James WATT of Armagh, his clerk.

643

524

445027

McCULLAGH

 

1810-1812

McCULLA Jas to MAGUIRE (1812)

643

538

445095

McCULLAGH

 

1810-1812

McCULLOGH Edwd to TENNANT (1812)

644

67

440485

Jackson, Geo B

 

1810-1812

GILES RAIT JACKSON

644

128

361123

McMURRAY

Monaghan

1739-1810

(TI Bk 45)

McMURRAY to McMURRAY Not in Bk 644 Drumgavny

645

508

449473

Jackson, Dunkly

Carlow

1812 Oct 27

BROMLOW Gr wife Gr O

JACKSON-BROWNLOW 1811 – 1812

Btw Dunkly JACKSON of Baltinglass Co Wicklow Gent & Mary JACKSON orse SPENCER his wife of the first pt John Castletown BROWNRIGG & Deborah BROWNRIGG orse SPENCER his wide the 2nd pt. The sd D JACKSON named as a trustee in the marriage settlement of said John BROWNRIGG & Debra his wife… description of boundaries of land of Castle and Clonore Co Carlow

646

17

440944

Jackson, Chas

 

1810-1812

WARHAM

BROMLOW Gr wife Gr O

646

146

444248

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1812 Apr 4

McCULLOGH Jas to DUFF 1810-1812 (1812)

James McCULLOGH of Dublin, Carpenter. Lease of house … description

646

174

445349

OLIVER, Thomas

Cork

1812 Sep 7

Thomas OLIVER of City of Cork – SMYTHE  didn’t need

646

266

445689

DAWSON

 

1810-812

DAWSON, Henry –MOORE

DAWSON, Lady Caroline- MOORE

646

376

440310

Rock, Patrick

 

 

It should be a partition of ROCK There is a #446310, but it bears no relation .Wrong #

646

399

446504

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1802 May 12

McCULLOGH Jas to McCULLOGH 1810-1812 (1812)

Deed of Conveyance btw James McCULLOUGH of townland of  Fernagh, Co. Antrim farmer of the one pt & John McCULLOUGH farmer of Fernagh, Co. Antrim of the other… 15 acres

646

439

446906

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1812 Jun 10

LEET, William-JACKSON 1810-1812

Btw William LETT Merchant’s Quay, City of Dublin Merchant Taylor of the 1 pt & William JACKSON of Backlane in sd City Taylor of the other part…. House on North side of Dame St….

646

448

446922

JACKSON

Kildare

Dublin

1810 Nov 5

NI 1810-1813

SMITH-JACKSON

Btw Thomas SHORE Esq surgeon of his majesties Kilkenny Regiment eldest son and heir at law of Jane SHORE ors OZIER late of Navan Co Meath deceased of 1st pt & Jacob William JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent of other pt…. lands of Mulgeeth Barony Carbury, Co Kildare, demised to JACKSON lands then in his actual possession

646

448

446923

JACKSON

Dublin

1810 Nov 7

Btw Anne SMITH of Irishtown in or nrear the City of Dublin & Jacob William JACKSON of sd City… 171a 2r 8pin Barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare…. Anne SMITH one of the coheiresses of OZIER.

646

463

446954

Jackson, Robt

 

1810-1812

CURTIS Gr O WARHAM

647

135

442730

Jackson, Geo B

 

1810-1812

JOLIFFE Gr O

647

135

442730

Jackson, Geo H

 

1810-1812

JOLIFFE Gr O

647

138

442731

Jackson, Geo B

 

1810-1812

GUSTAR Gr O

647

138

442731

Jackson, Geo H

 

1810-1812

GUSTAR Gr O

647

388

446356

OLIVER

Tipperary

1811 Apr 16

LEDWICH, William-OLIVER

Charles Dean OLIVER  - incl in list of legacies

648

6

442108

McCULLAGH

 

1810-1812

Jno McCULLOCK & anr to CORROUGH (1812)

648

127

442561

McCULLAGH

 

1810-1812

McCULLOGH Hugh to JAMESON (1812)

648

153

442597

Jackson, Susanna & Luke R.

Waterford

1812 Jan 21

ALLEN 1810-1812 GUSTAR Gr O

Susannah JACKSON then of City of Bath, Great Britain widow & relict of George JACKSON formerly of Glanbeg, Co. Waterford Esq deceased & Joseph Henry BENNETT formerly Joseph Henry JACKSON of Ballymore, Co. Cork eldest son of the said George & Susanna of the 1st pt. Christopher ALLEN of the City of Dublin of 2nd pt Gent & Peter BAKER of City of Dublin of 3rd pt….

649

207

447039

JACKSON, Luke R.

Dublin

1795 Aug 11

DICKINSON 1810-1812

NOTE: Image 453 shows page 287, but the memorial numbers are not in this range. It turned out to be pg 207.

Image 403.

Btw Luke Richard JACKSON of North Strand City of Dublin, Gent  demised to Thomas DICKSON of Summerhill City of Dublin Gent … [complete description of land] … similar to earlier deeds with Richard JACKSON.

649

572

452485

BREAKEY

Monaghan

 

(TI Bk 46) Corbafin

649

572,

452488

BREAKEY

 

 

Researched by Ken BREAKEY

650

306

447723

McCULLAGH

 

1810-1812

McCULLOGH Matilda to SCOTT (1812)

Wrong # Not in Bk 650

650

324

322

448562

BROWNE

Monaghan

1811-1820

BROWNE Marriage Articles Book 46 (1811-1820)

Wrong # Not in Bk 650 Cortrasna

650

419

449001

McCULLAGH

Down

1810-1812 (1812)

McCULLOGH Jas to McCULLOGH

Wrong # Not in Bk 650 (But then Peter McWilliam found it!)

Recites John McCULLAGH deceased had tenement in Newry and farm in Drumnahare; His eldest son, James McCULLAGH of Banbridge was entitled to same and conveyed tenement in Dirty Lane als North street in Newry to Martha McCULLAGH of Ballanfoy, Co. Down Widow for £61 and farm in Drumnahare to Jane McCULLAGH, Widow of Drumnahare, Co Dow. PMcW

650

429

449619

DAWSON

 

1810-812

DAWSON, Elizabeth –MAXWELL

650

459

449219

Jackson, Robt

 

1810-1812

GRANGE Gr O DICKINSON

651

504

451932

151932

McCULLAGH

Monaghan

1811-1820

 

HORNER to McCULLOUGH Book 46 (1811-1820)  Corfad (TI Bk 46)

 

652

72

447143

JACKSON

Limerick

1811 Oct 31

GABBETT Gr wife 1810-1812

Indenture of release btw Thomas JACKSON then of Carnarvan, North Wales, Great Britain but late of Fanningstown Co Limerick Esq. & Helena JACKSON otherwise HALL his wife of 1 pt. John GABBETT.. demised lands in Co Clare & Co Limerick… long deed…. More lands

652

86

447155

McCULLAGH

 

1810-1812

Jas McCULLOGH to EMSON (1812)

652

95

447218

McCULLAGH

 

1810-1812

Josh McCULLOGH to McCULLOGH (1812)

652

105

447234

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1812 Jun 13

DICKINSON  1810-1812

Richard JACKSON late of the City of Dublin but then of Ballyfacer in the Isle of Man Esq. demised to  Thomas DICKINSON of Drummingla Co Dublin Esq. land on the West Side of the North Strand Road in City of Dublin front to sd rd 15 feet or thereabouts and in breadth to the rere the like Number of 15 feet & in depth from Back to rere 82 feet on the North by the holding of the said Thomas DICKINSON & said Richard JACKSON on the east by the North Strand Road on the West by a lane in the rere & on the South by a holding in possession of George KERSHER. WITNESS: John BALL of City of Dublin attorney at law NOTE: I think he was one of the JACKSONs of Coleraine See Also: #450922.

652

111

445945

DOBBIN

Armagh

1811-1820

GERVAIS-DOBBIN wrong # Ballinahonemore

653

58

448234

Jackson, Marcus

 

1810-1812

LORD LISMORE

653

551

457183

McCULLAGH

 

1813-1815

McCULLOGH Alexr to HUGHES (1813)

653

598

454000

OLIVER

Monaghan

1809 Nov 20

OLIVER-HYDES marriage Book 46 (1811-1820) Ballyrea Corfad

Deed of Marriage Settlement. William OLIVER of Laragh in Co. Monaghan Gent of the first part & Mary Anne HYDE, widow relict of Clarendon HYDE late of Liver pool – Surgeon decd of the 2nd part & George ROCHE of Warrenpoint, Co. Down & David TOMB of City of Dublin Gent of the 3rd part … an intended marriage between said William OLIVER & Mary Anne HYDE & that she was entitled to a fortune or portion of 500 Sterling also that the said Wm OLIVER was possessed of & intitled unto certain parts of the towns and lands of Laragh & Coracarrow in Co. Monaghan with certain mills theron & was also possessed of and entitled unto certain parts of the Town and Lands of Derryhaw & Ballyrea in the Co. of Armagh which lands and premises are by the deed of which this is a memorial vested by the said William OLIVER in the said Geo ROCHE & David TOMB in trust to secure an annuity or jointure of 50. Witness Wm. FORREST & Robt TURNER both of Warrenpoint, Co. Down Gent. Sworn 8 April 1813 at Newry, Co. Down.

654

185

450450

OLIVER

 

1812 Oct 17

OLIVER, Charles Silver of Richmond, COR Roz McC

654

340

450922

JACKSON, Richd

Dublin

1812 Dec 16

ROGERS 1810-1812 LORD LISMORE

Image 447

Michael JACKSON of Ballifor?, Isle of Man,  Esq. re lease 1805 Jul 20 Richard JACKSON to Wm BOYD of Jervis St., City of Dublin, Merchant demised to John Cooke ROGERS of Henrietta St. Dublin re lands of Drummigh [?] in Barony of Coolock, Co. Dublin. SEAL Richard JACKSON. NOTE: See #447234

654

508

451817

JACKSON, Jas

Dublin

1813 Jan 7

ROGERS 1813-1816

Image 508

James JACKSON of City of Dublin Merchant of 1 pt; & Robert LYSONS of City of Dublin Merchant part of lands of Puckstown in Barony of Coolock, Co. Dublin

654

592

452312

JACKSON, Robt

Clare

1813-1816

LYONS

Image 546

Robert JACKSON of Kilbrush, Co. Clare Esq. of 1 pt; Peter MARYANE [?] of Ballamacbrinan Co. Clare farmer. … lands of Ballamacbrinan

654

650

452682

JACKSON, Hugh

Monaghan

1812 Apr 4

Hugh JACKSON Esq Cremorngreen Monaghan Charles COOTE, Earl of Belamont deceased by his will dated 9 Jun 1800 (proved in prerog court by Edward LEE, Esq. of Rathmore [?] Lodge Waterford ) demised + bequeathed all Charles COOTE's land in Cavan + Monaghan + all his real and personal estate to Right Hon. Lord Viscount Hugh CARLETON + Edward LEE as trustees land to Richard COOTE in tail male in default of issue to Thomas COOTE Esq. of Cummerry Lodge, Monaghan; annuity of £200 pa to Grace BURKE Mother of Richard COOTE natural and adopted son, and Grace COOTE and Selina COOTE, natural and adopted daughters, and  for life. Richard COOTE 21 years but died unmarried without lawful issue, thus land to Thomas COOTE. MS £300 Hugh CARLETON to Thomas COOTE marriage portion; lands to be charged with annuity for Margaret COOTE, wife of Thomas and daughter of James Moore BOYLE. nickred

SEE: Lisnaboe JACKSONs.

655

16

449735

RUTHERFORD

Monaghan

1811-1820

RUTHERFORDS Mar Arts  Caddagh (TI Bk 46)

655

270

451360

McCULLAGH

 

1813-1815

McCULLOGH Jas to MORGAN (1813)

655

278

451409

 

Armagh

1811-1820

GLENNY-DORAN Ballyrea

655

431

452090

McCULLAGH

 

1813-1815

Saml McCULLOGH to McILMOYLE (1813)

655

439

452098

JACKSON, Jas

Dublin

1813 Feb 3

MANGANE 1813-1816

Image 248

Btw James JACKSON City of Dublin Merchant & William HENRY of City of Dublin Merchant in consid of 200 pounds demised dwelling house on south side of Abbey St., in Parish St. Thomas …

655

451

452414

 

McCULLAGH

Monaghan

1811-1820

CORRY-McCULLAGH Book 46 (1811-1820)  Corfad

 

656

(1)28

448495

DONALDSON

Monaghan

1811-1820

(TI Bk 46)

DONALDSON to GANET Corfad

656

84

450246

JACKSON, Thos

Wicklow

1812 Sep 2

DECOURCY Gr Wife 1810-1812

Image 346

William JACKSON of Delgany, Co Wicklow. WITNESS: Thomas JACKSON. [includes descry of property]

657

19

44913

JACKSON, Benjamin

Cork

1811 Jun 5

THOMPSON, Richard-JACKSON

Benjamin Murdock JACKSON Youghal

 

657

42

449974

JACKSON, Wm

Dublin

1812 Oct 31

MCGILL 1810-1812

Image 27

William JACKSON of Great Longford St, City of Dublin, Gent and Thomas McGILL of Cha[?] Lane in said City Merchant Taylor of the other part … dwelling house or tenement in Great Longford St. #13 for term of 71 years … rent of £56.17.6 … in consid of £217,10 paid by McGILL to JACKSON… house on south side of Longford St., City of Dublin …

657

77

450538

JACKSON, Richd

Dublin

1812 Nov 3

COOPER 1810-1812

Image 45

a Memorial of an indented deed of surrender between Thomas DICKINSON of Drumsara in the County of Dublin Esquire and Richard JACKSON of Ballafreer in the Isle of Man Esquire of the first part. Edgar DICKINSON of the city of Dublin Esquire of the second part and Austin Cooper of the city of Dublin Esquire of the third part. Whereby reciting that by indentured deed of release bearing date the first day of August 1771. The right honorable John Lord, Milton did demise and set unto Charles O’NEILL of the city of Dublin Esquire all that and those that part of the town and lands of Drumsagh East described in a map in said indenture delimited containing 66a2r31p plantation measure be the same more or less lying and being in the Parish of Kinsaley Barony of Coolock  Co Dublin. Bounded on the East by the lands of [Maine?] On the West by Drumsagh West in the possession of Patrick Gorman and on the South by the lands of Ballgriffin and on the North by Portmarnock together with all and singular the rights , members and appurtenances whatsoever to said [?] Thereby deceased lately as in said deed is mentioned. To hold the said Charles O’NEILL for the lives of Mary O’NEILL Alice O’NEILL and Jane O’NEILL three daughters of the said Charles O’Neill and the longest liver of them at the annual rent of £105..17 payable as therein mentioned. And reciting that the [?] An inheritance of said lands came to and were vested in said Austin COOPER and the estate in interest of said Charles O’NEILL, the lessee in said indenture of lease had by Mesne assignment come to an was legally vested in the said Thomas DICKINSON and Richard JACKSON to the parties thereto and the said Edgar DICKINSON also party thereto was entitled to a mortgage upon some derivation interest under Charles O’NEILL are part of said demised premises and that the said Austin COOPER had agreed to grant unto said Richard JACKSON and Thomas DICKINSON several leases of different parts of the lands of Drumnigh  East then in their respective possession by themselves and their [?] … WITNESS: John BALL of the city of Dublin attorney at law and by Michael HOEY of said city gent, clerk to said Edgar DICKINSON Thomas DICKINSON [SEAL]  NOTE: Drummigh,is the only townland that starts with “Drum” in the Parish of Kinsaley. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.I suspect he was the Richard JACKSON (aft. 1658-1730) who married Elizabeth BOYD, but I need to confirm.

657

98

450609

BROWNE

Londonderry

1810

BROWN, Elizabeth – McCULLAGH NOTES in 2009 diary

Between BROWNE of Londonderry [?] Esq. & Elizabeth BRWONE otherwise BENNETT his wife of 1st part & Sarah Martha MAXWELL widow of 2nd part & John BALL of City of Dublin barrister & Andrew McCULLAGH [?] Co. Limerick Clerke of 3rd part ... lands of Ballingaddy had been demised from MAXWELL to BALL 7 McCULLAGH [NOTE: This doesn’t appear to be pert.].

657

119

450663

JACKSON, John

Down

1811 Aug 29

TURNLEY 1810-1812

Image 66

between John JACKSON of Knocknagoney in the Co. Down farmer of the one part, and Francis TURNLEY of Richmond Lodge in said Co Down Esquire of the other part. Reciting that the said John JACKSON for the consideration therein mentioned did demise grant set and to farm let unto the said Francis TURNLEY reciting a lease  for a year … Parcel of lands and Knocknagoney aforesaid part of the farm belonging to the said John JACKSON containing1r or thereabouts Cunningham Measure. Bounded on the South by the old road from Hollywood to Belfast on the East by John SMITH’s land on the North and West by other part of said lands of said John JACKSONs farm and then in the possession as may appear by the map there of thereunto amended. To hold to the said demised premises with the rights members and appurtenances thereunto belonging on or in any wise apartments unto the said Francis TURNLEY his heirs and assigns from the sale of the date thereof for enduring the natural lives and life of Robert JACKSON, Samuel JACKSON and John Rankin, son of Charles Rankin, Esquire deceased and the survivors and survivor of them and for and during such lives and life as shall be added and inserted thereto by virtue of the covenant for rent for ever … Yearly rent of 1s3d  WITNESSES: Alexander McCONNELL & Robert TULLY both of Parish of Holywood. Francis TURNLEY [seal] in presence of Robert TULLY & George WILSON.

657

180

449913

JACKSON

Cork

1812 Nov 9

Btw William DAVIS of Killeagh Co Cork & Benjamin Murdock JACKSON of Town of Youghall, Co. Cork Esq…. land in the town of Youghal ranging on the west in a parallel line with the wall built by Joshua JACKSON Merchant and on the East side between his concern and BROWNEs extending from sd Western boundary to low watermark bounded on the north by land owned by Edward GREENE… Roger GREENE-  more description ….

657

344

1150063

DOBSON

Tyrone

Book 46

ARMSTRONG-DOBSON

Wrong # Possibly #450063 Moy

658

93

452847

OLIVER

Armagh

1810 Nov 6

Image 356

Maxwell BLACKER & Alexander HAMILTON both of City of Dublin Esq. Barristers & Trustees named in a deed of settlement 16 Mar 1807  on the intermarriage of Rev. Fr. GERVAISE & Miss Catherine Jane TISDALE of the 1st pt. 1st pt…Rev Francis GERVAISE of 2nd pt; Arthur Irwin KELLY of City of Armagh of 3rd pt. . Benj OLIVER of Killinure Co. Armagh Gent of 4th pt. … reciting Arthur KELLY had been named as purchaser of lands of Knockagraphy … Francis GERVAISE was paid by Benjamin OLIVER… land transferred to Benjamin OLIVER containing 48 acres was in his occupation. WITNESS: Leonard DOBBIN of City of Dublin Attorney & Samuel WALL of said City his clerk.

659

38

452972

JACKSON, Jas

Dublin

1812 Dec 16

TURNLEY  1813-1816 NOTE: No mention of TURNLEY

Image 25

A Memorial of an indented deed of conveyance between James Jackson of the city of Dublin merchant of the one part and Arthur HUGHES of said city of Dublin, Tanner of the other part. Reciting a lease dated 4 January 1811 made by Edmund LAWLESS then of New Street of the said County to Patrick HOEY of New Street in said County builder …  That part of the land of St. Sepulcre in the parish of St Kevin’s and County of Dublin with the house garden or piece of ground at the rear of said house which houses Situate next in adjoining to William DELAPORT and is built upon the premises thereby containing in front 20 feet and in rear 20 feet and depth front to rear 170 feet… To hold unto James BROWN …. Reciting that said James JACKSON, sold his interest to said Arthur HUGHES subject to an undertenants lease made by said James JACKSON to one John ARCHITECT …

659

226

455232

JACKSON, Wm

Dublin

1805 Apr 13

HUGHES 1813-1816

NOTE: No mention of HUGHES.

Image 120

BTW William JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent of the 1 pt & Joseph FRANKLIN of City of Dublin Jeweler of the other pt Whereby the said William JACKSON in consideration of a sum of £106 and yearly rent demised to Joseph Franklin dwelling house Messuage and premises situate on the West side of South Great Georges Street in the city of Dublin and marked # 86 containing in front 18.6 inches and in depth from front to rear 53.3 inches and in breadth in the rear 18.6 inches bounded on the one side by the dwelling house & appurtenances at the corner of Dame Lane on the other side by dwelling house in the possession of ____ in the front by great Georges Street and the rear by the said William JACKSON’s premises with liberty for the said William JACKSON to build and erect a wall at the rear of Joseph Franklin’s premises ….…

659

284

456004

OLIVER

Armagh

1813 June 12

OLIVER-McMORRAN

Image 150

Between John OLLIVER [aka John OLIVER] of Armagh Gent & Samuel OLLIVER [aka Samuel OLIVER] of Monaghan, Co. Monaghan sadler of the one part & Robt McMORRAN of Tullymore, Co. Armagh farmer of the other part. After reciting … John & Samuel OLIVER signed over to Robert McMORRAN that part of the lands of Tullymore as formerly laid off for and then in occupation of the said John OLIVER & then in the actual occupation of Robert McNAMARA [?] containing 29.2 Acres…. WHITESIDE Witness Leonard DOBBIN, Armagh.. NOTE: John HANNA m Matilda McMORRAN Tullymore. See: Complete transcription of deed.

659

469

458473

McCULLAGH

 

1813-1815 (1813)

McCULLOGH Alexr & ors to HENRY & ors

659

509

458923

JACKSON, Fras

Antrim

1813 Oct 14

JOY 1813-1816

FRANKLIN 1813-1816 NOTE: No Mention of FRANKLIN

Image 273

Indented deed of Assignment btw Francis JACKSON of Randalstown, Co. Antrim of the 1 pt & Henry JOY late of Lodge but now of Belfast Co. Antrim .. for consi of £1025.10 paid by Henry JOY granted to Henry JOY … part of lands of Whapstown, Parish of Connor lower half Barony Antrim, Co. Antrim cont 187a37p formerly in possession of William BELL and John BELL … to hold for reminder of term 19 years

660

65

453464

BAILLIE

Louth

1811-1820

 

PARKS & ors – their Deed Clonaleenan (TI Bk 81)

661

532

456789

JACKSON, Thos

 

1813-1816

PERRIN

662

16

454022

McCULLAGH

 

1813-1815 (1813)

McCULLOGH Thos to KING 

662

277

455465

JACKSON, Josh

 

1813-1816

 

662

462

457091

KIDD

Armagh

1813 Jul 20

PEPPER-SCOTT1811-1820 NOTES in 2009 diary Ballinahonemore Umgola, 

John PEPPER of Mount Foy[?] Co. Dublin, merchant of 1st part. John SCOTT of Umgola, Co. Armagh of 2nd part. Benjamin KIDD of City of Armagh, Merchant of 3rd pt ... 3 mortgages were made by John SCOTT to John PEPPER of lands of Umgola Doroms & Drummagh & also lands of Ballinahonebeg to Benjamin KIDD (this lease is complicated, but it sounds if this was the document that had KIDD ending up with Ballinahonebeg).

662

524

457573

JACKSON, Wm

 

1813-1816

KELLY Ge O

663

277

433994

McCULLAGH

Monaghan

1811-1820

(TI Bk 46)

MACULLA to CLYNE Corcullinghish

663

561

457672

McCULLAGH

 

1813-1815 (1813)

McCULLOGH Jas to ADAMS

664

99

456442

JACKSON, Thomas & Helena

Limerick

Tipperary

1810 May 3

HAUGHTON 1813-1816

Image 386

BTW James LYONS of Croom, Co. Limerick Esq. eldest son and heir at law of Denis LYONS late of Croom deceased, Christian LYONS widows of the late Denis LYONS deceased & Henry LYONS, executors of will of 1st part; Catherine HALL of City of Limerick widow and relict of [S_ver? Tober?] HALL late of the City of Limerick, Esq deceased of 2nd part; Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. & Helena JACKSON otherwise HALL his wife, Mary HALL of City of Limerick spinster. Helena JACKSON and Mary HALL are the surviving children of the said [Tober? Toller?] HALL & Catherine HALL of the 3rd pt; John GABBETT of the City of Limerick Esq & Thomas CASEY of City of Dublin Esq. of 4th pt; Thomas SCULLY Esq. of Cappercullion, Co. Limerick & Samuel MAXWELL Esq. of City of Limerick of 5th pt .. townlands of Gortmanher in suburbs of City of Limerick and lands of Ayleduff otherwise Foyleduff & Conemore in Barony of Owney and Arra in Co. Tipperary & parcel of land at Mardylke surrounding the Customs House in the City of Limerick … also lands in Co. Clare … WITNESSES: Peter SMYTHE & Michael WALSH.

664

135

456489

McCULLAGH

 

1813-1815 (1813)

McCULLOGH Wm to HAMILTON

664

183

456952

McCULLAGH

Monaghan

1813-1815 (1813)

McCULLOGH David & ors – Deed Poll 1811-1820 (TI Bk 46)  Ballibay

McCULLOUGH to WILEYS Marr Arts

664

255

457452

McCULLAGH

 

1813-1815 (1813)

McCULLOGH Robert to MORGAN

664

284

457498

JACKSON, Wm

Dublin

1813 Apr 27

GABBETT 1813-1816

Image 480

BTW William JACKSON of Paradise Row of City of Dublin, Gent of 1st pt; reciting transfer to John JACKSON house messuage & tenement on south side of Paradise Row [dimensions] in Lordship [of St. Mary’s Abbey, City of Dublin together with all articles of furniture to John JACKSON for lives [of Royal family members] WITNESS: Francis HIGGINS of Francis Lane, City of Dublin Grocer & Thomas BARRY of Golden Lane servant to Francis HIGGINS.

664

402

458353

McCULLAGH

 

 

Alexr McCULLOGH & ors to CUNNINGHAM 1813-1815 (1813)

664

553

459223

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1807 Jul 22

His will. Names Index 1813-1815

 Image 616

A Memorial of the Will of Peter JACKSON, which is in the words or [?] following: I, John JACKSON of City of Dublin … give and devise to my nephew Warren Hasting Rowland JACKSON Nephew Warren Hastings Rowland JACKSON is appointed executor of will dated 1807 Jul 22; Legacies to two nieces, Frances & Sarah sisters of the said Warren [Warren Hastings Rowland JACKSON] – 20 Mar 1810 SEAL John JACKSON.  NOTE: This is an odd one. It starts out saying it is the will of Peter JACKSON and switches to John JACKSON. It is the will of John JACKSON. [more details & a codicil 5 Nov 1813]

… WITNESS: El SALL of City of Dublin, spinster] SEE: Jacksons of Waterford & Cork

665

125

458555

McCULLAGH

 

1813-1815 (1813)

Thos & Sarah McCULLOGH to MARRON

665

344

459451

JACKSON, Hugh

Armagh

1808 Nov 20

1813-1816

Image 179

BTW Hugh JACKSON of Aughmagran Co. Armagh of pt; James GRAHAM of [B___ish?] Co. Armagh of the other. Hugh JACKSON in marriage portion for his daughter Anne GRAHAM wife of the said James GRAHAM lands in Aughanagran … to be transferred after deaths of Hugh JACKSON & Liddy JACKSON WITNESSES: Thomas LOGAN & Robert BREDON.

665

488

460173

OLIVER

Armagh

1809 Mar 20

SCOTT-KIDD NOTES in 2009 diary Ballynahonebeg

Image 254

John SCOTT of Umgola, Co. Armagh, Gent of the 1st part John PEPPER of City of Dublin, Merchant of 2nd part & Benjamin KIDD of Keady, Co. Armagh Gent of 3rd part. Reciting lease dated 21 April 1796 John OLIVER, Mary OLIVER & Elizabeth OLIVER all then of Ballinahonebeg Co. Armagh son and daughters and also admons & also of Joseph OLIVER of Ballynahonemore deceased demised to John SCOTT ... part of Ballynahonemore in possession of Robert WILSON & then in possession of John, Mary & Elizabeth OLIVER 10A 2.16 .. annexed No 1 with the Mannor House outhouses, offices and all locks gates and fixtures therein ... & mill fall building & improvements, bleach green, bleaching utensils ... more description about Tailrace etc... then in possession of Andrew OLIVER [The OLIVERs had it by way of a lease from Robert JACKSON] ... Joseph OLIVER of Tullamore...

665

560

460230

JACKSON, Andrew

Down

1813 Nov 26

GRAHAM 1813-1816

Image 294

Andrew JACKSON  of Ballygrainey, farmer of the 1 pt., Thomas CLENNAN of Ballycloghan, … reciting 20 June 1802, William ROBINSON of Ballycloghan …

666

227

462748

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1813 Aug 20

CLEMENCE 1813-1816

Btw John JACKSON of Grafton St City of Dublin Toy Man of the 1 pt & Michael HYNES of [Excheqr] St City of Dublin Tavern Keeper of the other pt. Reciting the said John Jackson entered into a contract with his Majesty’s commissary general in Ireland furnishing and supplying to said commissary general for the use of the said Majesty’s forces 20,000 wooden canteens at the rate and to be delivered and paid for in such a manner as in and by contract specified… Whereby the considerations mentioned said John JACKSON did assign and make over to the said Michael Hynes the said recited contract and all someone sums of money to be hereinafter received there under. In trust to and for the service uses and purposes as set articles … Witnesses George Snell of the city of Dublin Gent Michael Hynes.

666

229

462751

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1814 Mar 14

Gr O Agreement 1813-1816

John JACKSON of Grafton Street in the city of Dublin Tonbridge Warehouse keeper of the first part and Lawrence Pitman of the Suffolk Street in said city whip maker and Thomas Fulham of Grafton Street in said city Hosier of the second part. Reciting lease dated ninth of May 1719 made between George GRAY of the one part and Elizabeth REYNOLDS spinster (and the wife of dead John JACKSON) the other part the said George GRAY demised under the said Elizabeth REYNOLDS all that and those the dwelling house on the west side of Grafton Street in city of Dublin in possession of George GRAY market and number 104 containing in front to said street about 22 feet in depth from front to rear adjoining the house number 103 in the possession of James REAS and 15 feet…. Projects and afterward intermarried with said Elizabeth and thereupon became entitled to said premises and therefore entered into possession there of  …

667

79

458619

McCULLAGH

 Down

1813 Mar 20

McCULLOGH Jas to PATTEN 1813-1815 (1813)

James McCULLOGH of Banbridge reedmaker.. lands of Drumnahhare, Co Down

667

129

130

459120

JACKSON, William

Carlow

1812 Dec 4

JACKSON- BROWN Marriage Arts. Names Index 1813- PITMAN Ge O

1815 Knockboy. Co Carlow Constable hill, Coolmana. Co

Image 74

A Memorial of an indented deed of conveyance between William JACKSON of Constable Hill in the County of Carlow Gent of the first part; John JACKSON of the same place, Gent, son of the said William JACKSON and Jane BROWNE of Maplestown in County Carlow, spinster the intended wife of the said John JACKSON of the second part and James BROWNE of Maplestown of County Carlow, Gent and father of said Jane of the third part. Reciting that a marriage is intended between the said John JACKSON and Jane BROWNE that said William JACKSON in consideration of love and affection to his son, and of £200, the marriage portion of said Jane to said John JACKSON in hand paid by said Jane BROWNE, the receipt whereof is thereby acknowledged and to secure a provision for the said Jane and the issue of said marriage in case she or they survive the said John JACKSON said William JACKSON agreed to assign unto the said John JACKSON his the said William interest in the lands and premises therein, and hereafter mentioned and his right to his stock of cattle goods chattles and effects of what nature or kind soever and reciting an indented deed bearing date the 8th March 1804 between Charles HEMMELL then of Hackettstown in the said County of Carlow farmer and the said William JACKSON said HEMMELL in consideration of £193.0.8 did bargain and sale under the said William JACKSON said Charles HEMMELL his title and interest all that and those that part of the lands of Knockboy situate in the County of Carlow as formerly in the possession of Patrick REDMOND containing 62 acres or thereabouts. To hold unto the said William JACKSON his heirs and assigns two years … during the lives and life of him and said Charles HEMMELL Thomas NORTON of Knocknaboly in the County of Wicklow and George DUNBAR of Dalkey in the County of Dublin, Shoemaker and the surety of them subject to the yearly rent of £6% with 12d in the pound Recrs fees and two couple of full turkeys every Christmas or so when thereof to the honourable John STRATFORD therein named payable half yearly as therein mentioned and also receipt of certain other in dentures of conveyance bearing date 14 April 1804, by which James WALSH and Charles WALSH therein named did grant and sell unto William JACKSON all that part of the lands of Constable Hill, Co Carlow containing 21a 3r 36p to hold unto the said William JACKSON during the natural life of Ebeneezer WATERS, son of John WATERS therein and 31 years from 25 March 1797, which ever lasts longest at the yearly rent of £28 payable half yearly is therein mentioned and also reciting an indentured deed of lease bearing date 12 December 1808 between Marcella BYRNE, widow and said William JACKSON whereby said Marcella BYRNE did demise and grant unto the said William JACKSON, his executors, administrators and assigns for the term of 18 years at the yearly rent of £1.19 shillings 40 acres [?] in proportion for parts of an acre payable half yearly as therein mentioned and said deed of settlement of which this is a Memorial witnessed that William JACKSON for the consideration aforesaid did grant bargain and sell unto the said John JACKSON and Jane BROWNE as trustee. Reciting in their actual possession being in virtue of a deed of bargain of sale for a year as therein mentioned and to their heirs and assigns all that and those the aforesaid lands of Knockboy and Constable Hill. To hold to them their heirs and assigns for and during the lives and years granted thereof and also all that and those the aforesaid lands of Coolmanna and to hold same unto said John JACKSON and James BROWNE their executors administrators and assigns for and during the residue of 18 years yet to come and [?] of same and all the estate right title and interest of said William JACKSON of in and to the same subject to the rent fees and duties to the performance of the covenants in the original lease and the testimony part and to the annuity and sum of money [?] and after mentioned and to the trusts there in and after mentioned that is to say in trust to the use of John JACKSON for life and after his death in case said Jane BROWNE survives that it shall be lawful for her to take to her own use thereof one yearly rent charge of £25 there be no issue of said marriage but in case there are such issue then only £20 yearly with a covenant on the part of John JACKSON. That said yearly sums shall not only a charge and lean on the premises aforesaid, but also on the property he may become entitled to or died possessing of and [?] though [?] trust after the death of John JACKSON said lands and premises shall go to the use and benefit of the issue of said marriage in such share and proportion, if more than one child as said John JACKSON shall by deeds [?] will appoint to and said deed contains a lease covenant that said William JACKSON and his wife Sarah are to remain in the dwellinghouse of Constable Hill and be provided with all necessities but in case they wish to live apart then to have one annuity of said yearly for their joint lives charges chargeable on all the said property and also the said William JACKSON may encumber same with £100 to be disposed of by deed or will as he may think proper with other usual covenants which said deed and this Memorial are witnessed by John JONES of Woodri[?] [aka Woodside, Hacketstown, Barony Rathvilly?] in the said County of Carlow and John LAWLER of Tullow County Carlow gent and attorney at law. William JACKSON. Seal. Sealed in presence of John JONES; John LAWLER in the above named John JONES maketh oath that he is also subscribing witness to the above recited deeds of settlement whereof the above writing is a Memorial.

NOTE: Maplestown, Parish Rahill, Barony Rathvilly. Knockboy is in the Parish & Barony of Rathvilly. Coolmanna aka Coolmanagh Lower and Upper are both in the parish of Harlodstown, Barony Rathvilly. SEE: JACKSONs of Nashe’s Quarter

667

350

460721

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1813 Apr 3

McCULLOGH Thos to DAWSON 1813-1815 (1813)

Btw Thomas McCULLOGH of Belfast Co Antrim merchant of 1st pt.. transfer of lands of Mydalgen

667

385

460958

JACKSON, Wm

Down

1813 Dec 8

JACKSON- McGOWAN 1813-1816

Image 203

BTW William Nicholson JACKSON of Ballywilly, Co. Down, farmer of 1 pt & Robert MCGOWAN of Ballymullan, Co. Down, farmer, … lands of Ballywilly, parish of Bangor, Co. Down … 5a 3r 25p & several dwelling houses and houses and offices in possession of William Nicholson JACKSON [description of boundaries and neighbours]. SEE: Jacksons of Co. Down.

668

379

465209

JACKSON, Thos

Tipperary

1809 Nov 2

JACKSON-FENNELL 1813-1816

Image 508

Thomas JACKSON of Tincurry. Co. Tipperary of 1 pt & Robert FENNELL of Garryoan, Co. Tipperary of the other

SEE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland. He was Thomas JACKSON (1727-1800). I have yet to update this section of the tree and add in Mary FENNELL, wife of Thomas JACKSON.

668

386

465217

JACKSON, Peter

Dublin

1814 Jun 19

MCGOWAN N [Not sure what that meant] 1813-1816

BLAKE

Image 512

BTW Peter JACKSON of Gardner Street, Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & Robert BLAKE of Trimble Street, Dublin, Esq of the other …. Peter AYLMER granted an annuity to Peter JACKSON of £130 a year charged against lands in Co.. Meath … other involved…

669

119

460909

 

Tullyvallen

1813 Dec 24

Btw Archibald MARSHALL of Bush Hill, Co. Down & Daniel BROWN of Newry, attorney at law. …supposedly Tullyvallen, Co. Armagh, but I couldn’t find it.

670

259

461244

JACKSON, Sir Geo

 

1813-1816

FENNELL

670

412

461742

JACKSON, Jos

 

1813-1816

WOLFE

670

412

461743

JACKSON, Jos

 

1813-1816

WALLIS Otherwise BENNETT

670

448

461980

 

Monaghan Cavan

Dublin

1810 Mar 25

HAMILTON-MITCHELL 1813

Robert HAMILTON, Attorney at Law & William MITCHELL, Monaghan

One of four deeds all reciting a deed of 25th March 1810

Between Alexander Montgomery esq, Major Mon Militia, Walter Tyler, Rosefield, Co Mon & Robert Graham, & name

Dacre Hamilton jnr of Philipsborough, Co Dublin, eldest son of late Skeffington

Catherine Hamilton, Bath, spinster

Dame Maria Williamson (Hamilton) Whitburn, Co Durham

Rev Edwd Lucas of Wood Lodge, Co Cavan & Olivia Lucas (Hamilton)

Elizabeth Hamilton, Bath

Rev Jas Hamilton, Clontibret & Margt Hamilton/Black/Noble – his wife

Dacre Hamilton, Senr of Cornacassa Lodge, Co Mon

 James Hamilton, senr re settlement on intermarriage of Dame Maria Williamson

 Skeffington Hamilton

Robert Hamilton

Eleanor Hamilton

 Witnesses John Mitchell & Thos Reilly

Transcription thanks to Peter McWilliam.

670

450

461981

 

Monaghan

1810 Mar 25

HAMILTON-JACKSON 1813

Made btw Robert HAMILTON of City of Dublin Gent Attorney at law of 1 pt & Richard JACKSON of Monaghan  in Co. Monaghan of other pt…. purchased by Robert HAMILTON in trust  for sd Richard JACKSON… for sum of 300 pounds demised  part of tenement calles Ashtone’s Hall in Town of Monaghan.

One of four deeds all reciting a deed of 25th March 1810

Between Alexander Montgomery esq, Major Mon Militia, Walter Tyler, Rosefield, Co Mon & Robert Graham, & name

Dacre Hamilton jnr of Philipsborough, Co Dublin, eldest son of late Skeffington

Catherine Hamilton, Bath, spinster

Dame Maria Williamson (Hamilton) Whitburn, Co Durham

Rev Edwd Lucas of Wood Lodge, Co Cavan & Olivia Lucas (Hamilton)

Elizabeth Hamilton, Bath

Rev Jas Hamilton, Clontibret & Margt Hamilton/Black/Noble – his wife

Dacre Hamilton, Senr of Cornacassa Lodge, Co Mon

 James Hamilton, senr re settlement on intermarriage of Dame Maria Williamson

 Skeffington Hamilton

Robert Hamilton

Eleanor Hamilton

 Witnesses John Mitchell & Thos Reilly

Transcription thanks to Peter McWilliam.

670

450

461982

 

Monaghan Cavan

Dublin

1810 Mar 25

HAMILTON-HAMILTON 1813

One of four deeds all reciting a deed of 25th March 1810

Between Alexander Montgomery esq, Major Mon Militia, Walter Tyler, Rosefield, Co Mon & Robert Graham, & name

Dacre Hamilton jnr of Philipsborough, Co Dublin, eldest son of late Skeffington

Catherine Hamilton, Bath, spinster

Dame Maria Williamson (Hamilton) Whitburn, Co Durham

Rev Edwd Lucas of Wood Lodge, Co Cavan & Olivia Lucas (Hamilton)

Elizabeth Hamilton, Bath

Rev Jas Hamilton, Clontibret & Margt Hamilton/Black/Noble – his wife

Dacre Hamilton, Senr of Cornacassa Lodge, Co Mon

 James Hamilton, senr re settlement on intermarriage of Dame Maria Williamson

 Skeffington Hamilton

Robert Hamilton

Eleanor Hamilton

 Witnesses John Mitchell & Thos Reilly

Transcription thanks to Peter McWilliam.

670

451

461983

 

Monaghan Cavan

Dublin

1810 Mar 25

HAMILTON-FLEMING 1813

One of four deeds all reciting a deed of 25th March 1810

Between Alexander Montgomery esq, Major Mon Militia, Walter Tyler, Rosefield, Co Mon & Robert Graham, & name

Dacre Hamilton jnr of Philipsborough, Co Dublin, eldest son of late Skeffington

Catherine Hamilton, Bath, spinster

Dame Maria Williamson (Hamilton) Whitburn, Co Durham

Rev Edwd Lucas of Wood Lodge, Co Cavan & Olivia Lucas (Hamilton)

Elizabeth Hamilton, Bath

Rev Jas Hamilton, Clontibret & Margt Hamilton/Black/Noble – his wife

Dacre Hamilton, Senr of Cornacassa Lodge, Co Mon

 James Hamilton, senr re settlement on intermarriage of Dame Maria Williamson

 Skeffington Hamilton

Robert Hamilton

Eleanor Hamilton

 Witnesses John Mitchell & Thos Reilly

Transcription thanks to Peter McWilliam.

671

89

460530

JACKSON, Thos

 

1813-1816

THERRY Otherwise BENNETT

671

89

460530

JACKSON

Carlow

1813 Dec 10

JACKSON-CONDLE

Thomas JACKSON of Hackballstown, Co Carlow Gent of the 1 pt & Thomas CONDLE of the same place of the other pt. Thomas JACKSON indebeted to CONDLE for £300 14s 11d  & was arrested by the sherriff of Co Carlow.. debt charged against pt of Coolnamana Co Carlow called Saluska. SEE: JACKSONs of Nashe's Quarter aka Coolmana

671

347

461756

JACKSON, John

 

1813-1816

CONDLE

671

347

461756

JACKSON, Alice or ROGERS

Waterford

1813 Jun 5

JACKSON-FOGARTY. Names Index 1813-1815

 Henrietta ROGERS King Street, Parish of Trinity Without, Waterford.. NOTE: I read it quickly, but saw no mention of JACKSON

671

396

461934

BARTLEY

Monaghan

1813 Oct 7

BARTLEY-McCULLAGH Book 46 (1811-1820)

Donrymond aka Dunrimond

NAMES: William BARTLEY of Dublin; William CLENDINNING of Dunraymond; Thomas McCULLAGH of Derryvalley; Charles MEARS of Dublin; Thomas McCULLAGH jr. of Derryvalley.

671

396

461934

BARTLEY

McCULLAGH

Monaghan

1813 Oct 7

BARTLEY-MCCULLAGH Dunrymond

[Meml of Indentd deed of Rent Change dated 7 Oct 1813 

Between Wm Bartley of the City of Dublin Gent of the 1st part; William Clendinning & Frs McClelland farmers both of Donrymond, Co Monaghan of the 2nd part; Thos McCullagh of Derryvalley Esqre of the 3rd part

All that part of the lands of Doorymond sit in the Parish of Kilmore contg 13-3-30 then in possession of Wm C & Frs McClelland 

Wm Bartley in consid of £100 paid to him by Thos McCullagh assigns to Thos McCullagh an annuity of £18-16-11 payable out of part of lands of Dourymond in possession of William Clendinning & Frs McClelland until £100 and all costs to Thos McCullagh by reason of Bond and Warrant for deed are paid

Witnesses: Chas Mears of the City of Dublin Atry at Law, Thos McCullagh junr of Derryvalley

Regd 11 Feb 1814]

671

406

461950

JACKSON, Wm

 

1813-1816

FOGARTY Ge – otherwise ROGERS & Husband & Others

671

540

462893

BAILLIE

Louth

1811-1820

(TI Bk 81)

KING to BAILIE Annaghavacky

672

524

465068

JACKSON, John

 

1813-1816

JACKSON Gr O Ge O

673

47

462869

JACKSON, Wm

 

1813-1816

JACKSON Ge O

673

494

464832

JACKSON

 Carlow

1814 May 7

BLANCHVILLE-JACKSON Rathnafishogue 1813-1814

Peter JACKSON of Hacketstown, Co. Carlow Shopkeeper leased lands of Rathnafishogue for 120 pouds pd toMichael BLANCHVILLE.

674

31

463481

JACKSON, Josh

 

1813-1816

JACKSON

674

76

463876

JACKSON, Robt

 

1813-1816

RICHARDSON

674

252

464999

JACKSON, Warren H.R.

 

1813-1816

Gr O Defence Partnership

675

108

464059

BARTLEY

McCULLAGH

Monaghan

1814 May4

BARTLEY-McCULLAGH 1813-1815 Book 46 (1811-1820) 

Dunremond Donrymond aka Dunrimond

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.

676

23

465555

JACKSON, John

Monaghan

Cavan

1814 Jan 31

Thomas COOTE of Cootehill Co Cavan …WITNESS: John JACKSON

676

24

465564

JACKSON, John & Hugh

Monaghan

1814 May 1

BELL 1813-1816

Image 317 in Names Index 1813-1816

Image 143in Bk 676.

(rough transcription using voice recognition)

Indented deed of release made between Hugh JACKSON the younger of Cremore Green in the County of Monaghan Esquire and John JACKSON of Rockmon in the said County, Esquire, brother of the said Hugh JACKSON of the first part; Josias C GAMBLE of the bank in the County of Dublin merchant of the second part; Sir William ALEXANDER, Bart. Robert ALEXANDER Bart and William James ALEXANDER, Esquire. of the city of Dublin bankers of the third part; John MOORE, of drum Bannagh, Robert McCAN and Meredith FOX both of Newry all in the County of Armagh Esquire bankers of the fourth part; one James BELL of Comber and Street North and Francis HAMILTON of Dominick Street, both in the city of Dublin Esquires of the fifth part reciting that by deed of release bearing date the seventh day of October 1734, by Henry JACKSON [?] in the County of Meath, gent demised under Hugh JACKSON of Aughnafarnana in said County gent all that part of the 16 poles of Ballynatlicknuff then in his possession containing by estimation 40 acres more or less situate in the Barony of Kells in the County of Meath excepting as therein is excepted to hold unto the said Hugh JACKSON his heirs and assigns for three lives therein mentioned and the survivor of them renewable for ever at the yearly rent of 7 sterling and £3.10 shillings as a fine for renewal on the fall of each life further recites that by another deed of release bearing date the 13th day of June 1781. The Lord Baron Derby demised with. Richard MAYNE of Killowen in the County of Monaghan all that part of the land of Cardwillan  & Edenforan then in possession of William MAYNE of Trimemount County Monaghan Esquire containing by estimation hundred and 2 acres two roods exclusive of bog be the same more or less situate in the Barony of Amamullin [should this be parish Aghnamullen?] County of Monaghan with the appurtenances excepting all those in to hold unto the said Richard MAYNE and his heirs for the lives of the said William MAYNE and of John MAYNE and Charles MAYNE his brothers at the yearly rent of £48.19 shillings, eight pence with a [?] for perpetual renewal of 15 acres of said premises on the terms of erecting a bleaching mill there on and that by an endorsement on the back of said last mentioned deed bearing date the 15th day of March 1785 after confronting as there in mentioned the said Baron Derby [?] that upon their being two Mills bleaching works races and Greens for a bleaching linen cloth erected on said lands and fit for use within six years from the date there of, he would renew said demise as to 30 acres there of and that same should be renewable for further reciting that by deed of release bearing date the third day of January 1786 William DALY of Ballybay in the County of Monaghan demised unto Alexander JACKSON father of the said Hugh JACKSON and John JACKSON all that part of the lands of Bowelk in the possession of James McCULLEN [aka James McCULLAGH] containing 5 acres three roods or thereabouts as the same would survey together with all breach Mills and waterfalls in the townlands of Bowelke & Drumfaldragh with the appurtenances said lands lying and being in the parish of Aghamullen County of Monaghan. To hold the said Alexander JACKSON his heirs and assigns from the first day of November then last for ever at the yearly rent of £200…. More legal detail … House, offices garden and land near island bridge in the County of the city of Dublin then late in the… Bounded on the North by the grand road leading from Dublin to Chapelizod on the South by the River Liffey. On the East by the [?] on the West island bridge to hold unto the said Josias C. GAMBLE his heirs assigns for the lives of George WORTHINGTON second son of the said [?] William WORTHINGTON Samuel CUMING [?] elder son of Joseph CUMING now of Creevy in the County of Monaghan and James GAMBLE son of George GAMBLE of Grain in the County of Fermanagh renewable for ever as therein mentioned at the yearly rent of £100 payable half yearly….

676

94

465839

JACKSON, Joseph

Queens

1812 Jan 12

Crozier 1813-1816

BELL Gr O Ge O

Image 317 in Names Index 1813-1816

Image 178 in Bk 676

Joseph JACKSON of Mountrath, Queens Co. of 1 pt shopkeeper; Robert CORZIER of Dublin Preacher of the Gospel

676

101

465848

JACKSON, Wm & Jane

Carlow

1811 May 6

CROZIER

Image 181 in Bk 676

Image 317 In Names Index 1813-1816

Image 181

Btw William DATH of Kill, Kings Co., Farmer of 1 pt; John DATH of Kill, Kings Co. son of aforesaid William DATH of 2nd pt & Jane JACKSON of Constable Hill Co Carlow, spinster of 3rd pt. William JACKSON of Constable Hill aforesaid father of the said Jane of the 4th pt… marriage btw John DATH & Jane JACKSON… descry of land…£100

676

139

465890

JACKSON, William Marcus

Limerick

1814 Jun 2

GLOSTER Gr O 1813-1816

Image 317 of Names Index 1813-1816

Image 200 of Bk 676

Btw William Marcus JACKSON of City of Limerick Esq. William Devereaux JACKSON Esq. Lieut in her Majety’s Reg of Foot Eldest son & heir apparent of William Marcus JACKSON of the 1 pt & George GLOSTER of the other pt. Reciting deed of 4th August 1716 of George JACKSON of City of Limerick, Merchant. Town and lands of Cloontara being part and parcel of the lands of Castletroy  containing 74a 2r Plantation Measure in parish of Kilmurray [Barony Clanwilliam] and south Liberties of City of Castleroach [sic? Castletroy] bounded on the south with that part of Casteltroy commonly called Castel Quar on the west with lands of Ballygloshun [? -  could this be Ballyclogh, Parish Kilmurry]  and on the north with the river Shannon on the south with the High Road leading to Limerick to hold to George JACKSON for natural lives of 3 persons therein named… then legally vested in William Marcus JACKSON & William Devereaux JACKSON or one of them…. 21 Jan 1784 lease renewed for lives of William Marcus JACKSON, Jane his wife, and William D. JACKSON

677

122

466302

JACKSON, Peter

Dublin

1814 Jun 20

Eustace 1813-1816

GLOSTER Gr O

Image 317 of Names Index 1813-1816

Image 451 of Bk 677

Btw Peter JACKSON of Gardiner Street City of Dublin, Esq. & Rev. John Crosby SEYMOUR of Baggot Street City of Dublin Clerke & William EUSTACE of [? Possibly Carnalway], Co. Kildare of the 1 pt. Catherine EUSTACE, Peter CAMPBELL & Lucinda CAMPBELL otherwise  EUSTACE his wife Muriel EUSTACE a minor by Esther BELL her mother & Neal  [Junr?] of the other part. Reciting deed 29 Jan 1796 Charles EUSTCE …. Peter JACKSON in trust for John Crosby SEYMOUR … released to Esther EUSTACE, Peter CAMPBELL & Lucinda CAMPBELL otherwise EUSTACE his wife & Harriet EUSTACE a minor by said Esther BELL her mother sale of 19’ of ground in front & 70’ on the north side of Dame Street City of Dublin & all buildings and improvements & ground on east side of Eustace Street in City of Dublin in depth to Temple Lane demised to  [Allen?] CROSBY deceased & all buildings and improvements 20’ of ground in front on the East side of Eustace Street City of Dublin in depth to Temple Lane so demised to John FISHER Esq. & all buildings etc  with mtg to Esther Peter CAMPBELL & Lucinda his wife & Harriet EUSTACE  a minor by said Esther BELL for natural lives … WITNESS; G.C. A. JACKSON of City of Dublin

678

23

467356

JACKSON, Hugh

Monaghan

1814 Jul 13

Note: The pagination of this part of the book is odd.

Image 310

BTW Joseph CUNNIGHAM of Crieve, Co. Monaghan Esq of 1st pt; Hugh JACKSON Drumfaldra, Co. Monaghan, Esq. Transfer of 42a of Crieve now in possession of Joseph CUNNINGHAM to Hugh JACKSON … earlier deeds cited. WITNESS: John JACKSON sr. of Crieve & John JACKSON jr of Crieve, jr, both Esq. SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath

678

34

466774

JACKSON, Rose

Antrim

1814 Sep 3

JACKSON-JOHNSTON. Names Index 1813-1815

Rose JOHNSTON of Andread, Co. Antrim & John JOHNSTON of same. NOTE: Not the Rose JOHNSTON I was hoping for – the lease mentioned no JACKSON

678

402

467161

JACKSON, John

Clare

1814 Aug 15

DILLON 1813-1816 NOTE: No DILLON

Image 217

BTW John JACKSON then of Kilrush, Co. Clare, Captain in the Militia Esq. of the1 pt & Patrick HASSETT of Kilrush & Michael HASSETT of Ballymote, Co. Clare Gents of other pt…. reciting earlier deeds…. Lands of Ballymote 26a35p lives of Alice JACKSON wife of John JACKSON, Benjamin JACKSON [1st son], Burton JACKSON [2nd son] & [M?] JACKSON

678

530

467303

JACKSON, Josiah

Dublin

1814 Sep 26

EUSTACE Gr O 1813-1816

Wrong page #303 NOTE: No EUSTACE

Image 281

BTW Josiah JACKSON of Dawson St., City of Dublin, painter and glazier of 1st pt; Charles DILLON of Gleeson Street, Gent City of Dublin. JACKSON sold to DILLON the house on Dawson Street with all its Vaults and the area in front and Inclosed yard behind known by #41. [more description]

678

552

467352

JACKSON, Robt

Cork

 

HASSETT Gr O Ge O 1813-1816

Image 308

Error. This memorial was in the JACKSON 1813-1816 Names Index, but there was no mention of JACKSON

679

130

467455

JACKSON, John

Cork

1814 Aug 29

GRIFFY 1813-1816 Page #150 was wrong

Image 365

BTW John JACKSON of City of Cork Victualler, Mary DUDLEY of said City, widow & administrator of goods of Thomas DUDLEY late of City of Cork victualler ….

679

246

467587

JACKSON, Jackson

Clare

1814 Aug 15

DALY Gr O 1813-1816 NOTE: There was no DALY.

Image 423

BTW John JACKSON of Kilrush, Co. Clare, Captain in the Clare Regiment of Militia Esq. of 1 pt & Patrick HASSETT … lands of Ballynote [more detail] Parish Moyarta, Co. Clare… lives of John JACKSON lessee, Benjamin JACKSON his eldest son, & Burton JACKSON his 2nd son … transfer of 9a out of the 35a of Ballymote.

679

540

467692

JACKSON, Wm

Queens

Cork

1814 Sept 16

HASSETT Ge O 1813-1816 NOTE: There was no HASSETT.

JACKSON - HADLEY

Image 470

Btw William JACKSON of Mountrath Queens Co. Gent of 1 pt & James HADLEY of Cork Gent. Reciting Apr 3 1783 deed re lands of Mountrath [description]

680

104

468041

JACKSON, Josh

Dublin

1814 Oct 22

HADLEY 1813-1816 NOTE: No mention of HADLEY

Image 58

Joseph JACKSON of the City of Dublin, merchant, assignee of the estate of Joseph COMYNS late of Grafton St., Linen Draper a Bankrupt of the 1st pt. … dwelling house on the East side of Grafton Street known as #36 then #38 [more details & names]

680

357

468324

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1814 Oct 28

JACKSON - WORNALL

STACK 1813-1816

Image 193

BTW Henry JACKSON of Patrick Street, City of Dublin, Victualler of the 1 pt. Richard WORNELL of 2nd pt … land on west side of Patrick St. adjoining Castle Market [more description].. also land fronting Chancery Lane … payment £3,000 … WITNESS: George IRWIN attorney & John WILSON Gent, both of City of Dublin,

681

22

468562

JACKSON, Wm

Kings

1814 Aug 20

WORNELL 1813-1816 NOTE: No WORNELL

Image 315

William JACKSON of Fancroft, Kings Co. Farmer of 1 pt; Sophia VAUGHAN and Martha VAUGHAN of Golden Grove, Kings Co. Spinsters … 8a 1p20r in Fancroft & house, land in Barony of Ballybritt, Kings Co. for lives of Robert DROUGH eldest son of John DROUGHT of Frankford …

681

60

468604

BRADFORD

Antrim

Down

1814 Nov 5

BRADFORD-BRADFORD 1813-1815

John BRADFORD of Belfast, Merchant of 1st part & James BRADFORD of Belfast, Merchant ... lands in Belfast

681

216

468770

JACKSON, Wm

Queens

1814 May 21

VAUGHAN Ge O 1813-1816 NOTE: No VAUGHAN

Image 413

BTW William JACKSON of Montrath, Queens Co.  Gent of 1 pt & Mary & Elizabeth JACKSON both of Montrath spinsters of the other…. Reciting deed June 10, 1798 Earl of Montrath demised to William JACKSON plot in Montrath formerly in possession of Thomas DUGAN for lives of William JACKSON the lessee, William JACKSON his eldest son & Ann JACKSON the daughter of William JACKSON [does not specify which William was her father]. … more names & description … lands in Derrylusky … assigned to his daughter Margaret JACKSON … Montrath Street land …  daughter Elizabeth JACKSON …signed William JACKSON, Margaret JACKSON, Elizabeth JACKSON. …

681

238

468796

JACKSON, Rachel M

Dublin

1814 Nov 10

JACKSON Ge O 1813-1816

Image 425

Elizabeth Maria JACKSON of Meath Street, spinster [NOTE: She was also a printer] of the 1 pt; Henry LUCAN Co. Dublin Esq. of the other. For £400 sold tenement on West side of Meath Street [description] bordered on the north side by a passage leading to the Meeting House. SEE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

681

283

468845

OLIVER, Benjamin

Armagh

1811 Nov 6

Image 448

BTW Rev Francis GERVAISE of Carlingford, Co. Louth of the 1st pt; Benjamin OLIVER of Killynure Co. Armagh Gent of the other pt. Richard MAXWELL of Ahennis, Co. Tyrone by indenture 27 Oct 1800 demised lands of Drumgar to Francis GERVAISE then in possession of Francis GERVAISE est 1a.2p.20r being part of the lands held by John MAXWELL under the Provost Fellows & Scholars of Trinity College Dublin sitting in the parish of Derrynoose Co. Armagh for term of 18 years at rent 16s.6d. In consid of 10s let to Benjamin OLIVER. WITNESSES: Leonard DOBBIN of City of Dublin attorney & James WALL clerk to said Leonard DOBBIN. NOTE: It seems this was a small bit added to an earlier holding. See ROD 658-93-452847.

681

284

468846

JACKSON, Robt

Armagh

1814 Oct 8

LELAND Wrong #468856 1813-1816

JACKSON-McWILLIAMS

Image 449

Between Robert JACKSON of the city and County of Armagh Esq of the one part and William McWILLIAMS of the city and County Esq of the other part. Whereby after reciting as therein the said lease witnessed that the said Robert JACKSON for the considerations therein mentioned did demise grant let and to farm let unto the said William McWilliams his executors, administrators and assigns all that and those one moiety or half part of the townland of Ballinahonebeg containing upwards of 46 acres be the same more or less situate lying and being in the parish and County of Armagh , as the same was held by Arthur OLIVER, deceased, of which said moiety to hold by the said Arthur OLIVER containing the one half of that first moiety of the those lands of Ballinahonebeg with the rent,[?] And profits thereof as formerly in the possession of the undertenants of Charles SEAVER deceased and that part  23-2 roods for the same more or less and also that farm or part of said moiety called the bleach green containing about 102a [?] With all waters, water courses [?]  Mill dams houses buildings and improvements thereon with all singular the appurtenances[?] Enjoyed by said Arthur OLIVER all which said moiety of said lands of Ballinahonebeg, consisting of the several parts hereinbefore enumerated were formally in the possession of the said John Mary and Elizabeth OLIVER and were therein the actual possession of the said William McWILLIAMS his undertenants. To hold unto the said William McWILLIAMS from the first day of May then last past during the term and space of 20 years from   [?] And also for and during…. As by the grand lease under which the said Robert JACKSON held said premises and other lands under his Grace the Lord Primate was excepted and reserved and also saving and remaining out of said demise the right and interest of the legal representatives of Sarah SEAVER … Witness Leonard Dobbin of City of Dublin attorney and James Wall clerk to Leonard Dobbin.

681

321

468886

JACKSON,  Anne

Dublin

1814 Sep 10

MCWILLIAMS 1813-1816

JACKSON-McCAUL

Image 468

Btw Anne JACKSON of Golden Bridge, Widow of the 1 pt & Arthur McCAUL of Exchequer St., City of Dublin Dealer of the 2nd. – a marriage to be had between Anne JACKSON & Arthur McCAUL … reciting Luke QUINN of Golden Bridge, Co. Dublin had demised to Ann JACKSON part of Quarryfield on the road leading from Dublin to Golden Bridge, nearly opposite to Richmond Barracks [more description]

681

420

468997

JACKSON, Richd

Dublin

1818

Nov 18

FITZGERALD Gr O 1813-1816

Image 518

Btw Richard JACKSON of Essex Bridge City of Dublin Glass grinder of the 1 pt & [a number of names of men from Bristol – a partnership business] … Thomas JACKSON deceased, father of Richard JACKSON

682

37

469177

BREAKEY

Monaghan

(TI Bk 46)

Researched by Ken BREAKEY  Ballibay

Carrahnaveagh

Transcribed by Ken Breakey as 602 371 469177

682

435

469603

REED

Armagh

Monaghan

1814 Dec 2

REED-ANDERSON Tullyvallen,

Btw Dorothy Beresford REED otherwise McCULLAGH, wife of John REED of Rahans, Co. Monaghan. Esq. & George ANDERSON of Newry, Co. Down Gent…reciting deed of release  dated Nov 22, 1800 made between sd John REED & John REED the younger of Ballymoyer, Co. Armagh of 2nd pt… more names… lots of lands incl Glassdrummond & Tullyvallen… part of estate of Ann McCULLAGH sister of Dorothy Beresford McCULLAGH…Ann has since died intestate & unmarried leaving Dorothy her only sister heir surviving

682

473

469647

JACKSON, Elizabeth ors VILLIERS

Dublin

1813 Jul 23

JACKSON-. Names Index 1813-1815

Elizabeth VILLIERS als JACKSON wife of John VILLIERS, City of Dublin, land in Stephen’s Green [5 pg deed] reciting will of Edward VILLIERS. Witness: Joseph Devonshire JACKSON of Dublin. NOTE: Joseph Devonshire JACKSON, was the son of Strettell JACKSON. His sister, Anna Strettell JACKSON married John TUTHILL whose father, George TUTHILL took on VILLIERS name as a result of his uncle Edward VILLIERS. There were other TUTHILL-JACKSON marriages. This is all still a mystery to me.

682

473

469687

JACKSON, Elizth

 

1813-1816

FREEMAND

683

353

470105

JACKSON, Jacob Wm

 

1813-1816

TUTHILL Gr O Ge O

684

85

470423

OLIVER, James & William & DOBBIN, Alexander

OLIVER, Benjamin

Armagh

1807 May 8

PRINGLE to OLIVER 1811-1820 Killynure

Aghavilly, Enagh

Image 48
PRINGLE to OLIVER Pringle and OLIVER 16 January 1815 2 o’clock [and this document witnessed by the Dr[?] Leonard Dobbin
and William OLIVER  of the City of Armagh and County of Armagh Gent.
Indenture of Lease bearing date the 8th Day of May in the year 1807 and made between John Pringle
of Caledon in the County of Tyrone Esquire of the one part and James OLIVER of Enagh in the County of Armagh farmer of the other part - whereby said John Pringle Demesed [?] to said John [Was this an error in transcription? Should it be “James”?] OLIVER all that & those that part of the townland of Enagh situate lying & being in the Co of Armagh aforesaid  then in the tenure & occupant of the said James OLIVER consisting by estimation 29 acres 120 perch English Statute measure be the same moie or Less all which said demese premises are meared & bounded as follows thats to say on the east partly by a stream or [?]vale & partly by land in the possession of Alexander Dobbin , on the west by lands of Aughavilly & Killynure  on the north by the road leading from Armagh to Monaghan on the south by  Michael [?] Lynch  with all an singular the right member & appl there to belonging or in a any wise appointed as particularly described in the map or survey thereof said lease annexed to hold to - James OLIVER his exec admons & asigns from the first day of May then last for the term of 20 years at the yearly rent of £23.6. payable quarterly in which said lease there is continued and ... for the renewal thereof upon certain terms & Conditions  there is mention which said indenture of lease is [?] by Leonard Dobbin of the City of Armagh & Cory of Armagh Esq & Arthur Hughes [of Calledon in the Co of Tyrone Gent and James OLIVER (SEAL) signed sealed and in the presence of Leonard Dobbin, William OLIVER [12]   the above named Leonard Dobbin maketh oath and saith  he is a subscribing to the lease whereof the above writing is a memo & also to the above memo that he saw said lease duly executed by both the parties thereto that he saw said memo duly executed by the above named James OLIVER one of the parties to said lease & that the name Leonard Dobbin  subscribed as a witness  to said lease and memo ... and is the proper name and handwriting of Leonard Dobbin  sworn before me at Armagh in the City of Armagh this 18th day of October 1814 by virtue of a [?] ... Michael McGee [13]

684

85

470424

OLIVER, Benjamin

Enogh

Armagh

Killinure

1815, Jan 16

PRINGLE to OLIVER

1807 May 8 and 1806 May 8

Indenture of a Lease bearing date the 2nd  day of May in the year 1807 so made between John PRINGLE of Caledon in the Co. of Tyrone Esq. Of the one part and Benjamin OLIVER of Ennislare in the Co. of Armagh farmer of the other part. Whereby the said John PRINGLE Demised to the said Benjamin OLIVER all that and those that part of the townlands of Enagh & Killinure situate lying & being in the tenure & occupation of the said Benjamin OLIVER containing of by estimation 58 acres & 5 perches English statute measure be the same more or less all which said there by Demised Lands & premises are meared & bounded as follows, that is to say on the East partly by a stream or rivulet on the West by William CARSON farm on the north by the lands of Maghery & on the South by the road leading from Armagh to Monaghan with all and singular  the rights, members & appurts thereunto belonging or in any wise appt.g a par of described in the Map thereof [  } said lease annexed to hold to the said Benjamin OLIVER his exec, admons & assigns from the first day of May then last for the term of 20 years at the yearly rent of [pounds] 43.10.2 payable quarterly in which said Lease there is contained a Toties quoties Covenant for the Renewal there of upon Certain terms & Conditions therein mentioned which said Indenture of Lease is Witnessed by Leonard DOBBIN of the City & County of Armagh Esq. & Arthur HUGHES of Caledon in the County of Tyrone, Gent. & this memorial is witnessed by the said Leonard DOBBIN & William OLIVER of the City of Armagh & Co. of Armagh Gent. Benjamin OLIVER [SEAL] ... Michael Magee.

685

552

11719

Tyrone

Mullinture

1812 Apr 13

GAVIN-SIMPSON Book 46  [NOTE: Mullintur is referred to as being in Tyrone]]

Between George IRWIN of Mullintur of 1st part & James SIMPSON of Kilmore both in Co. Tyrone of the other part.

688

330

473081

JACKSON, Elizabeth

Antrim

1814 Dec 1

JACKSON-. Names Index 1813-1815 why was this under JACKSON?

Elizabeth IRWIN of Belfast, widow & Administrator of John IRWIN late of Belfast deceased… 64 pounds sterling pd by William M’LOUGHLIN of Ballymaconnelly, Parish of Rasharkin, Co. Antrim, farmer.

689

144

473482

COULTER

Louth

 

Mystery. This was supposed to be COULTER-GRAHAM, Carnbane but the names did not show, and the properties were in Dublin

689

169

473510

TIPPING

Armagh

Dublin

Louth

1815 May 8

Marriage Arts – HAMILTON-TIPPING  Tullyvallen, 

Btw Rev Richard HAMILTON rector of Parish of Dunboyne, Co. Meath & Catherine TIPPING, spinster of Dublin, a minor & Francis TIPPING of Bellurgan Park, Co. Louth guardian appointed of 2nd pt; Thomas BALL & James HALL… includes mention of lands of Tullyvallen…

692

496

475612

BARTLEY

Monaghan

1813-1815

BARTLEY- FLEMING

Regd 25th August 1815 2 Oclk

A Meml of Indentd Deeds of Lease and Release bearing date the 29th & 30th days of June in the year of our Lord God 1815, and made Between George BARTLEY Esqr Lieutt in his Majesty's 50th regt of Foot of the one part and Francis FLEMING of the Town and County of Monaghan Grocer of the other part Rectg as therein is recitd and thereby the said George Bartley for the Consion of the sum of £100  Stg and of other Consions in said Deed of release mentd did Bargain Grant and Convey Sell assign and set over release and Confirm unto the said Francis Fleming his Heirs and Assigns All That and Those that Dwelling House Offices and Garden hereunto belonging and usually held herewith as therefore in the possn of Charles Hylmer Kelly Situate in Glasslough Street in the Town and County of Monaghan Aforesd With the rights members and Apprts thereunto belonging as in any wise apprtg which said Lands and premiswere heretofore in the possn and occupation of George Bartley decd father of the said George party hereto To Hold the said Tenement & prems with their apprts unto the said Francis Fleming his Heirs and assigns for ever At under and subject to the yearly rent of £90 Stg And the said George Bartley did also Bargain Grant and Convey Sell assign and Set over release and Confirm unto the said Francis Fleming his Heirs and assigns All That field in Coolshanagh theretofore in the possn of the said George Bartle decd and formerly in possn of Robert Burgess as theretofor surveyed by Arthur Neville and marked as No. 205 in his map Contg 4a.2.10 perches English measure be the same more or Less Situate Lying and being  in the Corporation and County of Monaghan At under and subject to the yearly rent of £10.7.7 with 12d per pound receivers fees All which said Lands Tememts and premis are now in the actual possn od the said Francis Fleming by virtue of a Bargain and Sale for a year and by force of the statute for transferring uses into possn and all the Estate right Title and Interest property Claim and Demand of the said George Bartley as in and to the said Lands tenements and premis and every part and parce lthereof subject nevertheless to a Lease made of said premis by Mrs Christiana Bartley mother of the said George Bartley  to Jas Beally of Monaghan as in said Deed release is mentd and which said Deed of release and this meml are witd by Thos Reilly and John Owens both of the Town and County of Monaghan  Geo Bartley (Seal) Signed and Sealed in presence of Thos Reilly John Owens …

692

524

475641

JACKSON

Carlow

1815 Apr 24

JACKSON-THOMAS Hackettstown & Customs, 

Btw Christopher JACKSON of Hacketstown, Co. Carlow, farmer of the 1 pt &  & Martha THOMAS of Hacketstown, widow of Francis THOMAS late of Hacketstown reciting a deed made Sept 30  1800 btw Francis THOMAS of the 1st pt & William JACKSON of said town & county, farmer did demise to said William JACKSON house and backyard adjoining TAYLORs lane as far as the gateway going into the said Lieutenant THOMAS  yard next adjoining to it… more detail..

693

19

475758

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1815 Sept 2

DOWNEY-JACKSON PRONI T808/8262

Memorial registered 2 Sept 1815 of Partnership Deed of 31 August 1816 between Hugh DOWNEY of Dublin City salesmaster & Henry JACKSON of same victualler. Memorial signed by DOWNEY

695

350

477286

BREAKEY

 

 

Researched by Ken BREAKEY

696

581

478077

JACKSON

Carlow

1815-1816

JACKSON-NOBLETT Coolmana & Long Meadow & Nashes Quarter, 

697

232

478355

JACKSON, Henry

 

1816-1818

MORGAN

697

432

478520

JACKSON, John

 

1816-1818

PHILLIPS

697

481

478569

JACKSON, Robt

 

1816-1818

JACKSON

697

667

478724

BRADFORD

Louth

1811-1820

BRADFORD to EARLY Annaghavacky Cavananore (TI Bk 81)

 

698

256

478970

JACKSON, Thomas

 

1816-1818

DOBBIN Gr O Ge O

698

256

478970

JACKSON

Carlow

1816

JACKSON-NOBLETT  Long Meadow, Nashes Quarter & Salusca, 

698

331

479043

JACKSON, Mary

 

1816-1818

CRIPS Gr W

698

331

479043

JACKSON, Richd

 

1816-1818

NOBLETT

698

367

479075

OLIVER

Monaghan

1815 Sept 2

McTEAR-OLIVER Book 46 (1811-1820) NOTES in 2009 diary Cornecarrow

NOTE: Need to order this one as well as 479076

Between David McTEAR of Belfast of 1st part & Joseph OLIVER William OLIVER and Benjamin OLIVER Gent & Devisees of David OLIVER late of Ballyrea of other part … decree of Majesty’s Court of Chancery … £15.4.10 fines & interest (fines paid & McTEAR released lands) 15A in townland of Laragh.

698

368

479076

OLIVER

Monaghan

1811-1820

McTEAR-OLIVER Book 46 (1811-1820) Cornecarrow

NOTE: Need to order this one as well as 479075

698

474

479185

BREAKEY

Monaghan

1816 Feb 12

McCABE-BREAKEY Researched by Ken BREAKEY  Lisnagonway

699

368

479567

JACKSON, Josh

 

1816-1818

CRIPS otherwise Neal & husband

699

416

479614

JACKSON, John

 

1816-1818

WRIGHT

699

416

479614

JACKSON, John

Monaghan

1816 Feb 26

John JACKSON junior; Esq of  Crieve, Monaghan Pre-marriage The groom; charge on his lands only in Co Monaghan Roz McC

NAMES: John JACKSON; John TATLOW of Grover, Co. Cavan; Elizabeth TATLOW; Anthony Tippington TATLOW probably of Bally [?]; Hugh JACKSON of Drumfaldra, Co. Monaghan; John JACKSON of Crieve; Robert KERR; Hugh JACKSON; John JACKSON; Alexander JACKSON; James JACKSON; Rev. Robert SMYTHE aka SMITH of Dillan, Co. Down; Andrew OLIVER of Leuradown aka Corradown, Co. Monaghan; Capt William JOHNSTON; James DUFF; Thomas GOSLIN of Drumruin Lodge, Co. Cavan. OTHER PLACES: Carrickneneeagh.

Transcription thanks to Dawn Lowe

699

564

479927

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1816 Mar 3

DOWNEY-JACKSON PRONI T808/8260

Memorial registered 3 March 1816 of Dissolution of partnership Deed of 27 Feb 1816 Hugh DOWNEY of Brunswick Street Dublin & Henry JACKSON of said Brunswick Street Dublin victualler. Deed of partnership of 31 Aug 18156 Memorial signed by both JACKSON & DOWNEY

700

29

479953

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1816 Mar 16

JACKSON-WORNELL PRONI T808/8262

Memorial registered 19 March 1816 of Deed of 16 March 1816 by Henry JACKSON & Peter WORNELL of Dublin City to Phillip MOLLOY of Old Merrion, Co. Dublin 5 ½ acres at Old Merrion, Co. Dublin leased for 43 years at £100 rent in 1796 by T.M. WINSTANLEY to John EGAN who mortgaged to John ECHLIN who 2 May & 28 Oct 1814 & 6 Feb 1816 assigned to JACKSON & WORNALL. WITNESSES: Edward KEATING of Patrick Street, Dublin

700

29

479958

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1816 Mar 16

Gr O Marriage Arts 1816-1818 NOTE: No marriage mentioned.

Image 19

BTW Henry JACKSON & Richard WARNELL of the City of Dublin of the 1 pt & Richard MOLLOY … house at old Merrian

700

77

479998

JACKSON, Mary

Cork

1814 Dec 14

MOLLOY 1816-1818

Image 43

NOTE: No mention of MOLLOY

Nathaniel HONE … Mary JACKSON executrix of last will and testament of Strettle JACKSON late of the City of Cork, Esq. SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Cork

 

700

97

480020

JACKSON, Mary

Dublin

1816 Mar 19

TRAVERS Gr O 1816-1818 No mention of TRAVERS.

Image 53

Agreement Mary JACKSON of Leeson Street, City of Dublin widow of 1 pt Alexander MAGUIRE & William LOCKE Merchants of City of Dublin re estate of Joseph Devonshire JACKSON, a bankrupt.

700

295

480177

JACKSON, Samuel

Dublin

Kildare

1816 Mar 29

Image 151

Deed of Assignment & release btw Samuel JACKSON of Cork Street in the City of Dublin Cotton Manufacturer of the 1 pt & John BIRCH Wilson MILLS and  Hall Chambers of Dublin merchants, and partners in trade  trading under the firm of Birch Mills & Chambers of the other part… land on the north side of Cork Street in the Co of Dublin together with the Dwelling House  thereon and which Joseph BOARDMAN  deceased lately resided together with the gardens and offices and buildings erected on said land for the purposes of carrying on the Cotton & Calico  printing business… in as full and ample a manner as Joseph BOARDMAN deceased enjoyed …& as Beasly BOARDMAN & Joseph BOARDMAN lately held and the sd Samuel JACKSON held & enjoyed the same and also one undivided third part share or proportion of the lands of Parsonstown, Barony of Carbury Co. Kildare… [more description]

700

361

480233

JACKSON, Josh

Dublin

1816 Apr 4

BIRCH Ge O 1816-1818 Error – no mention of BIRCH

Image 184

BTW Alexander MAGUIRE & William LOCK City of Dublin Merchant Merchants and Assignees of estate of Joseph Devonshire JACKSON & George DICKSON City of Dublin Linen and Drapers Dealers & Chapment Bankrupts of 1st pt. Joseph Devonshire JAKSON of 2nd pt & Christopher GRAHAM of City of Dublin Merchant of 3rd pt.

700

514

480366

JACKSON,  Wm

Tyrone

1816 Mar 20

GRAHAM Gr O 1816-1818

Image 261

BTW William JACKSON of Mulnagore Co. Tyrone Farmer acting executor of James COWAN of  Ballybray, Co. Tyrone

700

645

480477

O’NEIL, Margaret

Dublin

1816 Apr 13

Marriage Arts 1816-1818

Image 334

Margaret O’NEIL of City of Dublin, widow of 1st pt. Margaret O’REILLY of City of Dublin spinster niece of Margaret O’NEIL of 2nd pt.

701

282

480781

JACKSON, Anne

 

1816 Apr 25

DONNELLY Gr O 1816-1818

Image 517

BTW Patrick FLACK [?] of Grafton St City of Dublin Linen Draper and Anne FLACK als JACKSON his wife of the 1 pt. & James BURKE of South King St City of Dublin Linen Merchant of the other … Dwelling Houe to 32 South King St City of Dublin [description]

701

376

480860

JOHNSTON, Richard

Leitrim. Londonderry

1816 May 4

 Deed btw Richard JOHNSTON of Leitrim in Co of Londonderry  of the one pt & John JOHNSTON of Castledawson in Co. Londonderry Clerk of the other pt….

701

441

480943

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1816 May 6

BURKE otherwise Stack & Husband 1816-1818

JACKSON-FENNELL PRONI T808/8262

Memorial registered 6 May 1816 of lease of 20 April 1816 by Henry JACKSON of Ranelagh, Co. Dublin Gent to Thomas FENNELL of Patrick Street, Dublin. Premises on East side of Patrick Street, Dublin.

701

442

480944

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1816 May 6

FENNELL 1816-1818

PRONI T808/8262

Memorial registered 6 May 1816 Deed of 19 April 1816 by Henry JACKSON of Ranelagh, Co. Dublin gent & Richard WORNALL of Portobello, Co. Dublin, Gent to Edward KEATING of Patrick Street, Dublin, victualler. Premises on East side of Patrick Street Dublin leased 17 April 1805 to James FARRALL by said Richard WORNALL.

701

570

481061

BREAKEY

 

1816-1818 (1816)

BREAKEY-FLEMMING  

701

642

481123

COULTER

Louth

1816 May 10

BARRETT to COULTER 1811-1820 (TI Bk 81) Dowdallshill,

 Deed of Mtg btw John BARRET & Turner BARRETT both of Dowdalls Hill in Co Louth of the 1pt & Thomas COULTER of the City of Dublin Esq. of the other part… part of the lands known as Mullaghadowdall or Tallanscossway and then known by the name of the Red Cow lands as also all that part of Dowdallshill thereunto adjoining  both in their actual possession containing  by survey76A 3R 8P Irish Plantation measure bounded on the north and north east by lands called the Red cow the lands of Faughart and Navan and in the west by the lands of Ballynahallen and on the south by Dowdalls hill in parish of Dundalk, Co. Louth for pmt of £350. WITNESSES: Edward TOWNLEY of Dundalk Watchmaker & George KENNEDY of the City of Dublin Mail Coach Guard & Thomas McKEON of Capel Street City of Dublin writing clerk.

702

2

481138

JACKSON, Richd

 

1816-1818

KEATING Gr O

703

14

481749

JACKSON, James

 

1816-1818

TENNANT Gr O

703

14

481749

JACKSON, Letitia

 

1816-1818

TENNENT Gr O

703

14

481749

JACKSON, Susanna

 

1816-1818

WALLIS

703

128

483663

JACKSON

Armagh

 

TI Vol 77 (1811-1820)

BYERS-JACKSON

Clonmaine.

703

174

481909

OLIVER

 

1816 Jun 10

LATOUCHE-OLIVER 1816-1818

Robert Dudley OLIVER captain Navy re: Fitzwilliam Square

703

573

482309

 

Armagh

1816 Jun 21

MOORE-MATTHEWS Ballynahone, Kennedies, Killinure

Between John MOORE of Drum Carragher & Ropbert McCAN of Ballynahone & Joseph FOXALL & Thomas FOXALL both of Killany Lodge, Co. Armagh bankers of 1st part & George MATTHEWS, Trevor CORRY & John QUIN all of Newry, Co. Down Esq. Trustees ... land of John MOORE, Robert McCANN & Joseph FOXALL & Thomas FOXALL of other part  ... reciting Act of Parliament in 33rd year of King George II repealing an act of 8th year of King George I re: bankers notes ... [page of legalese] ... cites Newry Commercial article 18 June 1816 re: creditors ... convey to MATTHEWS & QUIN land of John MOORE seized in his Desmesne ... townlands of Drum[?]agher, Deemon, Skeogh__ydy, the half townlands of Carrickbracks, Lesseemom, Kilbree, Knockduff, Killnanaghan & Killaghleodagh also Lysadyan & half town lands of Drumheriff all in Barony Orier Co. Armagh ... Robert McCAN was seized and possessed ... Canal Lt. Commonly called The Garden bounded on the North by John LEEs holding .. [more description ...] being in Lisdrumgullian, Lordship of Newry, Co. Armagh ... lands in possession of Hannah & William MOORE ... Aghnconagh alias Aghnanynch ... Drumowanle als Dromacannere, Drumgreenagh, Canangarvan, Tamlaght, Lisglin, Ballyn_cloy also Farranceuloy als Farrencloy & Magherkillerany .. Manor of Toghy [Faghy? – NOTE: I suspect going from the townland names that these would be in the Barony of Armagh] all 2706 A 2R 6P also Drumad or Drummard 86A 1R 20P Co. Armagh also townlands of Kennedies or Connadies cont 1/2A Ballyboe then in possession of John PRINGLE or his undertenants also Enaghsaggart or E_og Saggart cont 1 Ballyhoe .. Lisbano .. Magherad ... Killenure or Killinure containing one Ballyhoe Aughawilly or Aughavilly ... Listough ... Co. Armagh .. town and lands of Ballynahonemore [6 more pages of details]

704

262

482597

JACKSON, Josh

 

1816-1818

TENNANT Gr O

704

440

482775

 

Armagh

1816 Jul 4

NIMO-McMORRAN Notes in 2009 diary 1811-1820 Tullymore

John NIMO of Killyshanagh, Co. Tyrone farmer of 1st part . William NIMO of  Killyshanagh farmer son of John NIMO of 2nd part & Robert McMORRAN of Tullymore, Co. Armagh Speadmaker [aka Spademaker] of 3rd part. McMORRAN paid £65 to NIMO for part of Tullymore – 7 Acres 26P bounded on northeast by Charles NIMOs farm, by road leading by Boos Mill to English Church on the east side & by Robert STEWART’s farm on the west side ... became property of John NIMO on a division of the farm between his brother Charles NIMO and him ... term 7 years under lease granted by Josua McGEAUGH Esq. To John NIMO & CHalre NIMO 1 Jan 1801.

704

529

482264

 

Armagh

1811-1820

McGEOGH-NIMO wrong # try 429 Tullymore

704

537

482862

JACKSON, Josh

 

1816-1818

JACKSON

705

74

483009

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

Wicklow

1816 Dec 12

EWING 1816-1818

Image 50

re; a Judgnent involving Thomas JACKSON of Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow. Assignment btw Henry PLOWMAN formerly of Newtown but now of Sallymount Co. Kildare Gent of 1st pt; Thomas JACKSON of Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow Gent of 2nd pt & James CHRITCHLY of Grangebeg, Co. Kildare of 3rd pt.

NOTE: No mention of EWING

706

127

4?3663

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1773

William BYERS of town of Charlemount, linendraper lease to Robert JACKSON, City of Armagh, Esq. Land at Clonmaine, Oneiland.

Thanks to Linde Lunney.

706

166

483701

BROWNE

Monaghan

1816 Aug 24

BROWNE to MARTIN NOTES in 2009 diary. (TI Bk 46) 1811-1820 Ednafirkin, Edeneferkin

Between William BROWN of Edafirkin, Co. Armagh [sic] farmer of 1 part & Rev James MARTIN of Monenton, Co. Armagh of other part reciting lease 4 March 1812 Thomas McCULLAGH of Derryvalley, Co. Monaghan did demise to the said William BROWN his heirs and assigns all of Ednafirkin then in possession of Wm BROWN 20 acres for life & lives of Archibald BROWN, James HAMILTON & James McMURRAY … (Joseph Martin may own it – I was unclear. I may need to order)

706

460

483995

JACKSON, Richd C

Tipperary

1816 Sept 21

CHRITCHLEY Gr O 1816-1818

Image 615

BTW Richard Charles JACKSON of Clonmell, Co. Tipperary Esq. of 1st pt Samuel BOYSE of Grange, Co. Wexford & Robert BACKAS of Clonmewl Esq. of other pt. … Whereby the said Richard Charles Jackson being seized of an entitled unto a good insufficient estate in fee simple of and in the one undivided sixth part share of and in the town lands of Portnascully, Upper and lower [Camlody?] Portnally [aka Portnahully ] & Dungooly otherwise Dangoly in the Barony of Iverk County Kilkenny In in consideration of £15.25 … Charles JACKSON father of said Richard Charles JACKSON since deceased to Sir John NEWPART Bart in trust for said Samuel BOYSE the late Robert BACKAS Esq for term of 999 years … Anne JACKSON widow of Charles JACKSON & her assigns during her life made on her intermarriage with the said Charles JACKSON bearing date 21 June 1788… this 6th pt subject to other payments and encumbrances provided they do not exceed £1,000 as of & with the 1/6 pt or proportion of the sum of £5,800 chargeable on the entire of the town and lands by George JACKSON late of Portnascully Esq. deceased …

NOTE: I have not yet located them in a family tree, but see also Memorial # 169096. No mention of CHRITCHLEY.

706

527

484062

JACKSON, Wm

Dublin

1816 Sept 20

BOYSE Ge O 1816-1818

Image 654

Deed of Parnership btw Robert GRIERSON of City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt & William JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent of other pt. … partnership on Coal Trade between said parties for 3-5 years dissolved  by consent … Robert GRIERSON [SEAL] William JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: I saw no mention of BOYSE

706

541

484076

JACKSON, Eliz

Dublin

1816 Sep 28

NEWMAN Gr W 1816-1818

Image 661

Btw John JACKSON of Grafton St City of Dublin & Elizabeth JACKSON otherwise REYNOLDS his wife devisee and sole executor of her mother Bridget REYNOLDS widow deceased of the 1 pt. John NEWMAN of Baggot St. Gent Late of Grafton Farrier of other pt. and which is endorsed from John JACKSON to John NEWMAN … Elizabeth before her marriage had conveyed said premes in deed 27 Apr 1790 to her mother said Bridget REYNOLDS who by her will dated 29 Oct 1800 bequeathed said premes to Elizabeth for her sole use

706

541

484076

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1816-1818

SHIP Gr O

See beneath

707

532

484667

JACKSON, Wm

Dublin

1816-1818

NEWMAN otherwise REYNOLDS & husband

NOTE: See above. No mention of William JACKSON

708

16

484751

JACKSON, Wm

Clare

1807 Dec 11

TAAFFE Gr O

JACKSON Gr O 1816-1818

Image 331

Amendment of an Indented deed mafe Dec 11, 1807 btw William Devereaux JACKSON Lieut in Clare Regiment of Militia Henry WILSON of Springfield Co. Clare & John JACKSON Capt of Clare Militia of 1 pt. William Marcus JACKSON of City of Limerick Gent of other pt. Reciting that deed 14 June 1804 that the said William Marcus JACKSON by virtue & in pursuance of powers vested in him by his marriage settlement with June DEVEREAUX his wife which settlement bears date 22 June 1790 & also … lands of Moylish in liberties of City of Limerick … deed 12 April 1806 btw William Marcus JACKSON of 1st pt William Devereaux JACKSON  … Henry WILSON & John JACKSON were appointed Trustees of Estate of Clonntara … lands of Moylish & Clonntara

NOTE: William Marcus JACKSON (1761-1822) of Limerick. William Devereaux JACKSON was his son. I have yet to determine relationship of John JACKSON. NOTE: No mention of TAAFFE

708

340

485075

JACKSON, Dunkley

Wicklow

Dublin

1808

JACKSON Gr O 1816-1818

Image 506

NOTE: Day & month of memorial were left blank.

BTW Samuel HEATHERINTON Fleury NOWLAN Benjamin CLAYTON and Elinor CLAYTON otherwise CREATHORN his wife all of City of Dublin of 1st pt; Marrianne CREATHORNE of Ballitore Co. Kildare of 2nd pt; Dunkley JACKSON of Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow Postmaster of 3rd pt. & Eliza CREATHORN widow of Co. Kildare of 4th pt. Marriage to be btw Dunkly JACKSON & Elizabeth CREATHORNE … lands in Parish of Baltinglass [described boundaries] … [more details]

709

95

485430

JACKSON, Richard

Anne

Tipperary

1816 Nov 30

G O Partition 1816-1818 CAREW

Image 58

BTW Richard Charles JACKSON of Clonmell, Co. Tipperary Esq. of 1 pt …. Recited that said Richard JACKSON, James Parsons DUCKETT & Anne JACKSON for considerations mentioned demised to Robert Shapland CAREW. lands of Portnascolly Upper & Lower Corlody Portneholly & Dungolly in Barony Iveek Co. Kilkenny …

709

114

485449

JACKSON, Wm

Kerry

Cork

Dublin

1816 Nov 20

CAREW Gr O 1816-1818

Image 72

BTW Thomas GALEWAY of Killarny, Co. Kerry Esq. & William JACKSON of Youghall Co. Cork Esq. trustees named for the intermarriage of William WHITE of Killarny Esq. & Alice HYDE daughter of Rev. Arthur HYDE of Killarny Clerke. Of the 1 pt & Harriet MAGENIS of City of Dublin Spinster of other pt.

NOTE: No mention of CAREW

709

556

485891

JACKSON, John

Waterford

1816 Sep 2

MAGENIS Gr O 1816-1818

Image 318

John JACKSON of Gurteen, Co. Waterford, Stone cutter of 1 pt; Michael SLATTERY of Clonmell Co. Tipperary Shoemaker of the other pt.

NOTE: No mention of MAGENIS

711

462

486997

JACKSON, Jacob W

 

1816-1818

SLATTERY

711

507

487042

DICKIE

Louth

1811-1820

DICKIE to DICKIE Annaghavacky

Roachdale (TI Bk 81)

711

558

4877093

JACKSON

Dublin

1817 Feb 17

NI 1819-1821 FLOOD 1816-1818

Mary JACKSON – ROE

Mary JACKSON widow of the City of Dublin and executor of Strettle JACKSON

712

321

487456

BREAKEY

Monaghan

1817 Mar 6

BREAKEY-HORNER   1816-1818 (1817) Ballybay

712

321

487457

BREAKEY

Monaghan

1816-1818 (1817)

BREAKEY-HORNER  Ballybay

712

323

487458

BREAKEY

Monaghan

1816-1818 (1817)

BREAKEY-HORNER  Ballybay

712

548

487683

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1817 Mar 4

 Btw Robert McCULLAGH sr. of Cladymore, Co. Armagh gent of the 1 pt; and Samuel McCULLAGH McCULLAGH of Cladymore sr aforesaid and John McCULLAGH sr of Kearney Hill both in Co. Armagh Gent and both brothers of Robert McCULLAGH of the other part. Reciting that the said Robert McCULLAGH was leased several real freehold and personal estates and properties  considting of Lands Tenements heritments  in the towns and lands of Cladymore Carrickbreagh Letmacallen Drumorgan Leneylea Raven Hill and Kilbereery in Co Armagh and all money and securities  for money to a considerable amt that said Robert McCULLAGH had a wife and six children by her then living, namely Margaret McCULLAGH sr. his wife John McCULLAGH jr, Samuel McCULLAGH jr and Elizabeth McCULLAGH Anne MCULLAGH Margaret McCULLAGH jr and Martha McCULLAGH and that said Robert McCULLAGH sr alsohad a natural son named Robert McCULLAGH jr and in order to make a settlementof his estates and properties between his said sons to secure portions for his said daughters and a jointure for his wife said Robert McCULLAGH senior vested all his  said estates and properties  in his said two brothers Samuel McCULLAGH and John McCULLAGH sr…..details of how it is to be parceled out

713

73

487808

JACKSON, Andrew

Dublin

1817 Mar 21

JACKSON-COLVILLE

for consids, Andrew JACKSON, baker of Ballsbridge to William COLVILLE & William Chaignean COLVILLE, both merchants and co-partners, resident in City of Dublin -  of tenement on n.e. side of High Road from Ballsbridge to Booterstown late in possess of James MURPHY, then in possess of Andrew JACKSON, sit in manor of Baggobrath, Dublin city, for residual of 35 year term of lease dated 26 Oct 1816, subject to redemption. WITNESSES: William McDANIEL, bookseller of City of Dublin & Robert NEWELL, Attorney of City of Dublin.

Thanks to Mike Stewart .

713

134

487876

JACKSON, Edward

Tipperary

1817 Jan 20

BENNETT-JACKSON Rascrea. Aka Roscrea

James BENNETT, farmer of Camblin, Co. Tipperary to Edward JACKSON shopkeeper of Roscrea, Co. Tipperary -  of Gurtmullew in Co. Tipperary [54 acres] with bog for term yet to come. WITNESSES: Patrick EGAR, Gent of Rascrea, Co. Tipperary & William JACKSON, Gent of Rascrea, Co. Tipperary.

NOTE may be an Edward JACKSON in Ahanesk-Glanbeg tree.

Thanks to Mike Stewart .

713

137

487872

Browne & Donaldson

Armagh

1811-1820

BROWN-DONALDSON Kiltybane

Cornelius BROWNE of Tullycollive, [Parish of Muckno], Co. Monaghan, farmer & Alexander DONALDSON of Tullyvallen, Co. Armagh of the other part. Cornelius BROWNE for £190 paid by Alexander DONALDSON ¼ part of the lands of Kiltybane conveyed to him by the late Alexander BROWN, deceased equalling 7 acres, 1 rood and 17 ½ perches during life of the said Alexander DONALDSON & Josh[?] DONALDSON son of Joseph DONALDSON of Sytrim the surviving lives in the original lease. WITNESS: John WALLACE of Boltan, Dublin City, Gent attorney of law. Said John WALLACE and Jane WALLACE of Cloghog sworn at Dundalk 24 March 1819.

713

210

487945

JACKSON, Jane

Dublin

Galway

Mayo

1817 Mar 29

NI 1819-1821 ROE 1816-1818

Elizabeth  JACKSON – FFITZGERALD Marriage Arts

MOLONY-JACKSON Image 101

Between Edmund MALONEY of Woodlands in the County of Dublin Esquire of the one part; Jane JACKSON late of the city of London, but now of Dunmoore House in the County of Galway … will of William Collins JACKSON late of the city [of London]  Esquire of the second part and the Reverend John ORR of [Dunmore?] In the County of Galway Clerk and Martin KERWAN of Dalgin in the County of Mayo Esq of the third part reciting that a marriage was intended to be solemnised between the said Edward MALONEY and the said Jane JACKSON and reciting that the said Edward MALONEY was then seized the lands of Closagh now called Woodlands with the appurtenances in the parish of Santry Barony of Cooloch and County of Dublin containing 50 acres more or less and also a house or tenement in [Gramby?] Row in the City of Dublin, and also the lands of Redmondstown held by him in fee simple situate in the County of Westmeath and also the lands of Cloonlara and Sallernon in the Barony of Costello County Mayo and also reciting that the said Jane JACKSON under the last will and former husband is entitled to jointure of £800 for enduring her life together with other pecuniary and specific legacies an indenture of which this is a Memorial… Confirmed under the said John ORR and Martin KERWAN one all that and those the lands tenements and premises in said deed and hereinbefore mentioned. In trust to secure under the said Jane JACKSON, a jointure of £1000 in case she should survive him the said Edmund MALONEY. Witnesses John EGAN Esq. James ROBINSON, now James ROBINSON of the city of Dublin, aged upwards of 20 one years. NOTE: William Collins JACKSON (1754-1814) aka George William Collins JACKSON was a son of George JACKSON of Devon. His wife was Jane SHEE (1765-1839), a daughter of Anthony SHEE and sister of Sir George SHEE. William Collins JACKSON made his fortune with the East India Co. Their son, William Collins Burke JACKSON brought scandal upon the family. Dunmoore House belonged to the SHEE family. I am unsure if these JACKSONs have an Irish connection, but I suspect that they do.

713

306

488041

 

Dublin

1815 Sep 11

LEE, Mary Marriage Articles 1816-1818

Image 140

BTW West Dudley DIGGES of Phillipsburgh Ave of 1st pt & Mary LEE of Philisburgh Ave widow, both of Liberty of Dublin

713

376

487808

JACKSON, Andrew

Dublin

1817 Mar 21

Gr O Marriage Arts 1816-1818

NOTE: On p 376 is Mem#488113 – No JACKSONs. I could not read the actual pg #.

Image 41

BTW Andrew JACKSON of Ballsbridge City of Dublin, Baker of 1 pt; William COLVILLE and William Chaigneau COLVILLE City of Dublin, Merchants & Co-partners of other pt. Reciting that Andrew JACKSON granted to COLVILLEs dwellinghouse or tenement on north east side of the High Road leading from Ballsbridge to Booterstown in possession of Andrew MURPHY but then in possession of Andrew JACKSON together with the back house Coch House and stable and Garden at the rere of said premises in Manor of Baggotrath & Co of City of Dublin.

NOTE: No mention of marriage.

713

514

488249

 

Armagh

1811-1820

CLOGHER-O’HEAR Brootely & Bog

714

96

488431

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1817 Feb 4

SMITHSON-ALEXANDER

William JACKSON Esq. of Coombe, [aka Combe] Dublin, now vested in tenement on n. side of Cole Alley, Liberty of St Thomas & Dronore, Dublin city, as granted in release 9 Jan1793 by John SMITHSON, Builder of Earl St., Dublin City unto William ALEXANDER, Gent of Richmond Place, Dublin, for consids releases William ALEXANDER of the obligation of rents and arrears as requested by William ALEXANDER.

tenement on n. side of Cole Alley, Liberty of St Thomas & Dronore, Dublin city, that was bound on n.&w. by concerns of Thomas BEWLEY, on west by holdings of Hugh STRAHAM and on s. by Cole Alley, with two rooms that go into concerns of Hugh STRAHAM, were granted in release 9 Jan1793 by John SMITHSON unto William ALEXANDER from 1 Nov then last for lives of King George III, Prince George of Wales & Bishop Frederick of Osnaburgh & others under perpetual renewal, at £34.2.6 Thanks to Mike Stewart.

714

393

488728

BREAKEY

 

1816-1818 (1817)

CRAWFORD-BREAKEY  

714

484

488819

JACKSON, Samuel

Down

1817 Feb 19

ROBINSON-JACKSON Ballyclough, 

for consids John ROBINSON cotton weaver of Ballycloughan, Down, to Samuel JACKSON, farmer of Ballycloughan, Down,  of pt of Ballycloughan, Co Down [7 acres 8 perches] in possession of John ROBINSON to hold unto Samuel JACKSON from 1 Nov then last for life of John ROBINSON for 21 years from 1 Nov 1806 at £16.0.9 ster rent. WITNESSES: John JACKSON, farmer of Ballycloughan & James MOORE, weaver of Ballycloughan, Co. Down. Thanks to Mike Stewart.

716

309

429844

DONALDSON

Armagh

1817 Jun 9

DONALDSON to WALLACE full page need to transcribe Notes in 2009 diary1811-1820 Cloghog, Kilrockan Mill, Kiltybane

DONALDSON-WALLACE

Deed of conveyance between Andrew Donnaldson of Cloghog Co Armagh & John Wallace of Cloghog  £973 as well as part of the lands of Sytrim .... Andrew Donnaldson and his brother William. witnessed by John Donaldson of Cloghog & Joseph Donaldson of Sytrim

716

309

489844

DONALDSON

Monaghan

Armagh

1817 Jun 9

DONNALDSON-WALLACE Book 46 (1811-1820) NOTES in 2009 diary.  Cloghog

NOTE: Interestingly, this was found  in the Monaghan townland  index- in spite of the townland being in Co. Armagh.  1811-1820 It seems to be an echo of #429244. This may be due to borderline legible transcription.

Andrew DONALDSON of Cloghog, County Armagh Farmer & John WALLACE of Cloghog, Co. Armagh, Attorney ... for £973.1 owed by John WALLACE ... townland of Sytrim & Enaghmore joining Kiltyban with the mill of Kibrockan on lands of Enaghmore being part of the lands of Sytrim & Enaghmore ... 41A 1R 12P ... 33  acres in Sytrim Keenan ... Andrew DONALDSON & brother William divided between them Andrew DONALDSON’s part demised to him by John BOHANNON by lease – also included part of lands of Annalyttin, Co. Monaghan which he holds with Alexander DONALDSON of Phillipstown, Co. Louth ... late Samuel MOFFIT demised 11 Acres to Andrew & William DONALDSON

717

112

490247

JACKSON, WiIliam

Dublin

1817 Apr 26

CODD-JACKSON

William CODD, for £154.15.10 ster the remaining due to William JACKSON of Coolee [probably Coombe aka Combe], Dublin by Richard CODD, late of Killiskillan Meath, dec'd, and for £495.4.2 to William CODD,Attorney & Gent, late of Killiskillan Meath, now of Upper Dominick St, Dublin city, younger brother & heir at law to Richard CODD jr., then lent to William CODD by William JACKSON totalling £650 & being the true settlement of mortgage, & for 10s to Richard CODD, Margaret Anne CODD & Anne CODD children of William CODD by William JACKSON; William CODD Richard CODD, Margaret Anne CODD & Anne CODD according to their respective rights, unto William JACKSON of [Killuri_ in ba] of Geaskall Kings Co. + Killiskillin Carrigeen & Kilnagloouagh in Mayfourth ba, Co. Meath [266 acres] (as in leases to George CODD by Rt. Hon. Lord DIGBY + annuity of £80 chargeable on lands of Killuri_ payable by William CODD to William JACKSON. NOTE: This likely ties into the CODDs of Lanark, Ontario, Canada.

Thanks to Mike Stewart for notes.

718

170

490906

JACKSON, WIlliam

Dublin

1817 Jun 10

JACKSON-MANDERS 1816-1818 COLVILLE

Dwelling house formerly in occupation of Jacob POOLE, brewer deceased and William WELLING, clothier, then in possession of William JACKSON, Gent of Coombe {aka Combe], Dublin by virtue of a lease for 1 year, in South side of Upper Combe, in Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore, City of Dublin, Co. Dublin for considerations from William JACKSON unto Humphrys MANDERS, builder of School St., Dublin  for 950 years from 1 May last at £50 rent. Thanks to Mike Stewart for notes

718

170

172

490907

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1817 Jun 10

JACKSON-MANDERS 1816-1818

piece of field [2 roods] on East of Marrowbone lane in liberties of Thomas Court & Donore in Co & city of Dublin, then in possession of Humphrys MANDERS, builder of Dublin by way of a lease for 1 yr, as lately held & occupied by William JACKSON, Gent, from William JACKSON unto William MANDERS for lives of John BEWLEY ,son of Thomas BEWLEY, merchant of Edenderry, Kings Co., & Edward MANDERS, son of Humphreys MANDERS; perpetual renewal; £30 rent; located to east of other part of field demised by William JACKSON to James ROGERS and John ROGERS and to the north by representatives of James HORAN. Thanks to Mike Stewart for notes.

718

196

490931

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1817 Aug 1

MANDERS-JACKSON

for £1000 Humphreys MANDERS, builder of School St., Dublin grants William JACKSON, Gent of Coombe, [aka Combe] Dublin in mortgage: piece of field on Marrowbone Lane in Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore in Co. & city of Dublin [2 roods] as released to him by William JACKSON 10 June1817; a dwelling house on South side of Upper Combe as granted him by William JACKSON 10 June1817; and parcel of ground on west end of old Custom House, Dublin city as leased to Humphrey MANDERS by Charles Henry CASTLE POOLE, Lord, Rt Hon, HM Comm of Customs & Port duties in Ireland; John Orsby WYNNE, Abrahams Augustus Hely HUTCHINSON; John Jocelyn Henry HAMILTON, Rt Hon, HM Comm of Customs & Port duties in Ireland & KING-SMITH, HM Comm of Customs & Port duties in Ireland 5Feb1817. Subj to redemption. Thanks to Mike Stewart for notes.

718

266

491001

JACKSON, John

 

1816-1818

MANDERS

718

266

491001

JACKSON, John

Monaghan

1817 Jul 5

JACKSON-BELL & JACKSON Marriage Arts. Names Index 1816-1818

John JACKSON sr, Esq. Of Crieve, Co. Monaghan :pt of Corderlish (?) [40 acres] ba of Cremorne MON from H to John JACKSON Sr. 8 Sept 1762 at £4 and 3 April 1775
Hugh JACKSON of Drumfoldra, eldest son of John JACKSON sr. :to secure £100 for Alicia BELL if she survives Hugh JACKSON & £1000 for children of Hugh JACKSON & Alicia BELL, the mill on Derrygoos_water & lands as granted by Richard ADAMS + the pt of Corderlish (?) as granted by Hugh JACKSON, deceased, both unto  John BELL of Creevey, Longford & John JACKSON the younger of Crieve, Monaghan for several uses & intents
Alicia BELL :to secure £100 for Alicia BELL if she survives Hugh JACKSON  & £1000 for children of Hugh JACKSON & Alicia BELL, the mill on Derrygoos_water & lands as granted by Richard ADAMS + the pt of Corderlish (?) as granted by Hugh JACKSON deceased, both unto John BELL & John JACKSON the younger for several uses & intents. Thanks to Mike Stewart for notes.
For full abstract see:
Nick Reddan Deeds, transcription by Mike Stewart

718

267

491002

OLIVER

Armagh

1817 Aug 13

WHITESIDE-McMURRAN worth a second look Notes in 2009 diary1811-1820 Tullymore

Between James WHITESIDE of Cavanboy, Co. Tyrone, farmer of 1st part & Robert McMURRAN of Tullymore, Co. Armagh, farmer of the other part. McMURRAN paid WHITESIDE £230 for ½ the corn mill & flax mill in townland of Tullymore … term of 7 years ‘’’ premises under lease of Josua McGEOGH.

718

365

491100

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1817 Jul 1

MOULDS-JACKSON

Parcels of lands called Giffords and Smallys holdings [24a 2r 26 p plantation measure] in city of Dublin formerly in possession of Francis GIFFORD, now in possession of John MOWLDS, Gent of Rathmines, Dublin, granted by John MOWLDS to John JACKSON, Gent of Dublin for 1000 years from date of deed, subject to redemption upon repayment of £812 to John JACKSON. Thanks to Mike Stewart for notes

718

473

491308

JACKSON, George

Louth

1817 Aug 16

JACKSON-TROWER Forkhill, 1816-1818 Marriage Arts [NOTE: With Alicia BELL] [??]

Sir George JACKSON Bart residing at Paris, Baronet of 1st part & Anthony Bart[?] VALLE of the Haymarket, Baker of the City of London, Merchant & George SPARKS, Exeter, Co. Devon & Thomas MILLS Esq. Middlesex... reciting 13th & 16th Mar 1803 between Suzanna BARTON, widow of the 1st part; George JACKSON of the 2nd part; the Bishop of Clonfort & Frans DODDs of the 3rd part... Susanna Julia Eliza OGLE orse BARTON wife of Col OGLE... lease dated 1st Aug 1780 .. Richard JACKSON of Forkhill, Esq...

NOTE: This is connected to the Richard JACKSON (1722-1787) and his sister Susanna JACKSON who married a BARTON, and had a a daughter Juliana Eliza BARTON. The George JACKSON (1776-1846) was a 1st cousin twice removed of Richard JACKSON.

720

63

491998

JACKSON, Sir George

 

1816-1818

TROWER Ge O

720

82

492618

JOHNSTON

Leitrim

1817 Nov 12

Deed btw Jonathon BARTON of Strand Hill Co Leitrim Gent & Anne BARTON otherwise JOHNSTON his wife, son Robert Johnston BARTON….

720

102

492037

JACKSON, Sir George

 

1816-1818

IAUGE

720

102

492037

JACKSON

George

Armagh

1817 Oct 20

Deed of Mtg  btw Sir George JACKSON of Beech Hill in the Co. of Surrey Bart of the 1st pt & Rev Robert WOLFE  of Cranley Clerk… after reciting the particulars of the Title of the sd Sir George JACKSON of in & to all that the maner of Fork Hill in Co of Armagh several townlands  of Carrickasticken Five Crom Cloughorrie Longfield Carrickildreen Augahadnoe Ballykeel Clar Kill Lavallymore Doctors Quarter Latbriged Bureen Kurndkally Tullyonacriene Mullaghbane Shanrue &  Skean in the manor of Forkhill Co. Armagh… term of one year WITNESSES James  ARMSTRONG & George MILLER.

720

148

492085

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1817 Oct 23

WOLFE Ge O  1816-1818

Indentured Deed btw James JACKSON of Kiltatown, Co. Dublin  Esq. of the one pt & James JACKSON jr of City of Dublin, China Merchant son of the aforesaid James JACKSON. Reciting lease of Feb 21 1814 the Rt Hon Lord Mayor Sherrifs Commons & Citizens did demise to Jacob JACKSON of Essex Street in the City of Dublin China Merchant all that and those the plots or pieces of land on the north side of Essex Street in the City of Dublin Nos 23 & 24  containing in front to Essex Street 57 feet in front to rere 69 feet & in breadth in the rere 56 feet or thereabouts.. bounded on the south by Essex Street on the North by the Intended Quay called Wellington Quay and on the West by the Castle Hotel & on the east by premise belonging to Joseph WRIGHT hatter… to hold to Joseph JACKSON for a term of 80 years at the yearly rent of £120 sterling…

720

367

492302

JACKSON, Eliz

Monaghan

1817 Oct 29

JACKSON 1816-1818

Image 461

BTW Elizabeth JACKSON of Monaghan in Co. Monaghan, widow of 1st pt. James FITZGERALD of Clones Co. Monaghan Shopkeeper of 2nd pt.A bond was dealt with.

720

376

492311

JACKSON, Mary

Andrew

 Down

1817 Nov 1

FITZGERALD Gr O NOTE: No mention of FITZGERALD

Image 464

JACKSON - BIRCH.Names Index 1816-1818

JACKSON, Andrew & wife Mary or GREER

Memorial of an Indented Deed btw Andrew JACKSON of Ballygreny Co Down Esq. & Mary JACKSON otherwise GREER his wife of 1st pt & James BIRCH of Ballybeen House co Down, Esq of the other part. Whereby reciting the sd Indenture witnessed that in pursuance of the Agreement  therein stated of & in consideration of £2,300  sterling to the said Andrew JACKSON and of ten shillings  sterling to the said Mary JACKSON by the said James BIRCH… acknowledge therefor the sd Andrew JACKSON & May JACKSON sold to the sd James BIRCH in his actual possession then being by virtue of a lease for a year… formerly in the possession of Andrew ALLEN the younger and his undertenants & theretofore possessed and enjoyed by  the sd Andrew JACKSON and his undertenants by estimation containing 23 acres Cunningham Measure or thereabouts… together with the field adjoining the farm  formerly in the possession of Robert KYLE the elder and commonly called and known by the name of the  horse park containing by estimation one half acre… also with the bog & moss quarter reciting earlier lease made by Robert KYLE the Elder and Robert KYLE the younger  to Andrew ALLEN Aug 18 1759. All situate and being in the Ballybeen Parish of Cumber 7 Co. Down to hold to the sd James BIRCH and his heirs & assigns. WITNESS: Rev George BIRCH of Cumber, clerk & George CROZIER of Banbridge attorney at law. NOTE: The names index says she was Mary JACKSON orse GREER. Although I cannot quite place this family, they will end up being in JACKSONs of Co. Down and/or the branch of Quakers who settled in Co. Down.

720

484

492419

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1817 Apr 6

BIRCH Otherwise Greer & husbd 1816-1818

NOTE: No mention of BIRCH. SEE: 492311

NI 1819-1821

JACKSON-HUTTON

 Btw James JACKSON City of Dublin sole assignee of the Estate and Effects of Edward LEVANWICH and George ATKINSON of City of Dublin Merchants and copartners in trade bankrupts….

721

14

492549

PRINGLE, William

Armagh

1817, Nov 11

PRINGLE to CORRY Killynure, Aughaville, Enagh, Kennedies, Lisbanoe, Lislea, Magheraville

 (NOTE: This deed is for  the “Seven Tates”: Killynure, Aughaville, Enagh, Kennedies, Lisbanoe, Lislea, Magheraville in Co Armagh.)

Memorial of an Indentured Deed declaring the uses of a certain fine to be levied bearing date the 5th Day of Sept 1817 made between William PRINGLE of Conway in that part of the United Kingdom of Gt. Britain & Ireland called Great Britain Esq. & Elizabeth PRINGLE viz LAVENDER his wife of the one part & George MATHEWS, Trevor CORRY & John QUINN all of Newry in the Co of Down, Esqs. Of the other part ... payable to Elizabeth PRINGLE during the term of her natural life ....

721

80

492615

JACKSON, Elizabeth

 Antrim

1817 Nov 12

HUTTON 1816-1818

JACKSON - BARKLIE. Names Index 1816-1818

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 of Liscommon in the Coy of Antrim Esquire, of the first part. George QUINN of Larne in the said Coy of Antrim Gent, of the second part. Eliza SINCLAIR also JACKSON widow and administrator of the goods and chattles rights and credits of William JACKSON late of Larne Gent, dec’d and also surviving executor of the Last Will and Testament of the Rev Rob SINCLAIR late of Kilwaghter in the Coy of Antrim dec’d, of the third part And Archd. BARKLIE of Larne Gent, of the fourth part. ... Towns and Lands 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. Transcription thanks to Dawn Lowe.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1817Nov12ALLEN-JACKSON.html

Indented Lease of Release by way of Mtg made btw Samuel ALLEN of Lisconnen Co Antrim Esq. of the 1 pt & George QUINN of Larne Co. Antrim gent of the 2nd pt. Eliza SINCLAIR orse JACKSON widow & executrix of William JACKSON late of Larne Gent deceased & also surviving executrix of will of Reverend Robert SINCLAIR late of Kilwaghter Co Antrim deceased of 3rd pt & Archibald BARKLIE of larne Gent of the 4th pt… lands of various townlands transferred from ALLEN to QUINN. WITNESSES: William BOYD & John BOYD both of Licommon, famers & & as to the Exor thereof by the above named Eliza SINCLAIR is witnessed by John SINCLAIR of Drumahoe, Linen Merchant….

721

305

492840

DONALDSON

McCARTER

Monaghan

1811-1820

DONALDSON-McCARTER Book 46 (1811-1820)  Corkwim

 

722

172

493307

JACKSON, Jacob W

 

1816-1818

BARKLIE Gr O

722

175

493310

JACKSON, Jacob W.

 

1816-1818

HAMILTON

722

177

493312

BIRCH

 

 

MILL-BIRCH  

722

474

493609

READ

 

1816-1818

LEE, Mary-READE

723

326

494061

JACKSON, Margaret ors KEATING

Dublin

1818 Jan 23

AMBROSE Gr O Ge O 1816-1818

JACKSON - SINNOTT.Names Index 1816-1818

PRONI T808/8256 Groves  Manuscripts

Image 162

Memorial registered 23 Jan 1818 of Deed of 3 January 1818 by Margaret JACKSON alias KEATING widow & administratrix of Edward KEATING of Patrick Street, Dublin to James SINNOTT of Patrick St. butcher. Premises leased 17 April 1805 to or by Richard WORNALL of Patrick Street, mortgage 28 Oct 1814 Henry JACKSON Deed 19 April 1816 Henry JACKSON & Richard WORNALL.

723

428

494163

 

Monaghan

1811-1820

McCLATHY-McCLELLAND Book 46 (1811-1820) Dunmorrish

 

723

480

494215

OLIVER?

Armagh

1811-1820

MATTHEWS-CAMPBELL not relevant  in 2015

Kennedies, Killinure

Image 239

 This is intriguing because of the involvement of a George MATHEWS, and the fact that a John MATHEWS (1770-1815) was married to an Elizabth OLIVER (d, aft 1815) of the Kennedies. The lands involve Newry bankers and land that had been leased by Vicars choral – the so called 7 tates.

723

502

494242

JACKSON, Robert

Henrietta

Eugenia

Kings

1818 Jan 28

JACKSON- PRONI T808/8265 Groves  Manuscripts

SINNOT Margt othersise Keating 1816-1818

Memorial registered 28 January 1818 of mortgage of 28 January 1818 by Robert JACKSON late of Grange in Kings Co. now of Dublin & his only child Henrietta JACKSON both of 2nd part Joseph CURTIS of Mossfield in Kings Co. Esq. & his wife Eugenia Maria CURTIS alias JACKSON both of 3rd part & George MEARES, John DROUGHT of Glencarrig in Kings Co. Esq. deceased of 1st part. To Benjamin KERNEY of Dublin City Esq. for £3000 of 4th part as trustee for Anne WYSE of Dublin City, widow as to £1000 & for Charles MOLLER Esq. a late Lt. in 18th Dragoons as to £2000 Grange & Cantourt lands & tythes in Ballybritt Barony in Kings Co. WITNESSES: John JONES; Patrick WOODS both of Dublin. Memorial signed by both Robert & Henrietta JACKSON.

723

502

494243

JACKSON, Robert & Henrietta

Eugenia

Kings

1818 Jan 28

JACKSON- PRONI T808/8256 Groves  Manuscripts

KEARNEY Eugenia otherwise Curtis & ors. 1816-1818

DRISCOLL Gr O

Robert JACKSON of Grange in Kings County now of Dublin City Esq. And his only daughter Henrietta JACKSON spinster to Joseph CURTIS of Mossfield in Kings Co. Esq. & his wife Eugenia CURTIS alias JACKSON to Timothy DRISCOLL of Dublin City Esq. One of his Majesty’s Counsellors at Law. Refers to deeds of 11 & 14 Oct 1802 as to Tythes & Lands of Grange & Contourt in Ballymony in Ballybritt barony in Kings County. WITNESSES: John JONES & Pat WOODS mem signed by both Robert & Henrietta.

724

26

494361

JACKSON, Robert & Henrietta

Kings

Dublin

1818 Jan 31

FISHER-JACKSON

PRONI T808/8256 Groves  Manuscripts

Image 315

Reconveyance by Lancelot FISHER of Dublin City attorney to Robert JACKSON of Dublin City, Esq. & his only daughter Henrietta Ruddock JACKSON. Mortgage was dated 26 January 1810 by said Robert & Henrietta on Grange in Kings Co. for £1000. WITNESES: John JOHNSTON & James HASMELL both of Dublin, Clerks of said FISHER who signed memorial.

724

47

494382

JACKSON, Ellen

Dublin

1818 Jan 31

DRISCOLL Gr O Marriage Arts 1816-1818

JACKSON- Marriage arts. Names Index 1816-1818

David MORGAN of Patrick St., Dublin Victualler of 1 pt; Wm KEATING of Bull Alley, Dublin, Victualler acting executor of Henry JACKSON late of Ranelagh Green deceased, and one of the guardians of the fortune of Ellen JACKSON daughter of Henry JACKSON deceased. Of 2nd pt…. bond of 500 pounds.

724

94

494429

 

Armagh

1817 Dec 21

O’HEAR-HANSON Brootely & Bog 1811-1820

Nothing useful in 2017

Image 344

Andrew CLOUGHER, farmer, lands of Brootly, Parish Derrynoose, Co. Armagh 21a 1r 24p

724

297

494632

JACKSON, Frans

Antrim

1817 Nov 26

1816-1818

Image 435

BTW Frances JACKSON of Randalstown, Co. Antrim, widow of 1 pt; Bernard McAULAY of Randalstonw of the other pt. Whereby Thomas JACKSON in consideration of sum of £100 made over to McAULEY a tenement then in possession and occupation of Thomas JACKSON on the north side of the main street of the Village of Randalstown in front 312’ and in depth 55’ … Frances JACKSON [SEAL]

724

320

494655

JACKSON, Wm

Down

1817 Dec 15

MCAULAY 1816-1818

Image 444

Many names including William JACKSON of Ballyminstra, famer, in connection with lands of Ballybrunden, Parish Kimud Co. Down

724

320

494656

JACKSON, Wm

Down

1817 Dec 15

PATTON Gr O 1816-1818

Image 445

Sale of land of Tollinagee Parish Kilmud Co. Down [many of the same names as in previous memorial]

724

403

500738

JACKSON, James

 

1816-1818

BREESE Gr O

NOTE: This must be the wrong book. The last memorial in the digital version of this book is #494974

724

472

494807

JACKSON, Robt

Armagh

1818 Jan 2

HERDMAN Gr O 1816-1818

Image 513

btw Robert JACKSON of City & Co. Armagh, Gent of 1 pt.; John WAUGH of City Amagh, Merchant (acting Executor of lst will of his father John WAUGH the elder late of City of Armagh, deceased.Reciting indenture 27 Sep 1782 btw James SWANZY of Avibreagh, Parish Clontibret, Co. Monaghan (the sole executor of Richard SEAVER of Bellaghy in Parish & Co. Armagh, Gent deceased) of the 1 pt & Sarah SEAVER & Arthur OLIVER both late of Ballynahonebeg Co. Armagh both since deceased of the other. James SWANZY demised to Sarah SEAVER & Arthur OLIVER  the 3rd part of Ballinahonebeg as was lately held by Charles SEAVER & David VERNER of Gillis containing 92a to hold to Sarah SEAVER & Arthur OLIVER … Reciting that Sarah SEAVER & Arthur OLIVER came to an actual division and partition on 15 Nov 1783 and were then each possessed of a moiety or half of the said lands of Ballynahonebeg … Sarah SEAVERs share became legally vested in John WAUGH senior father of John WAUGH .. then vested in Robert JACKSON … Dec 1803 Robert JACKSON demised to John WAUGH the elder the half demised by James SWANZY held by Sarah SEAVER … William WAUGH brother of the said John WAUGH the elder executors of said will and the said William WAUGH having renounced the burden of executor … half of that part of Ballynahonebeg 46a  under lease of 27 Sept 1782 hertofor held by Sarah SEAVER consisted of ½ of that part of the lands of Ballynahonebeg … formerly in possession of Thomas VERNER Esq. deceased and that part of the said lands formerly possessed by Sarah SEAVER called the south division of the said lands as formerly surveyed and marked by a straight line from the High Road near the Dwelling House where Arthur OLIVER lived to the townland of Umgola containing 231 2p and also one half of moiety of all rents heretofore paid by Arthur OLIVER deceased ….

NOTE: I believe that Arthur OLIVER was a son of Benjamin OLIVER (d 1770) of Ballynahonebeg. It is tempting to suspect that his wife was a SEAVER daughter.

724

486

494821

COULTER

Louth

1811-1820

 

COULTER to BARRETT (TI Bk 81) Dowdalshill

725

7

494943

REED, John

Monaghan

1818 Feb 23

John REED of Rahans, Co. Monaghan Esq. reciting deed of release  Nov 22, 1800  btween John REED of 1st part & Dorothea Beresford McCULLAGH of the City of Dublin Spinster of 2nd pt, James MOODY of City of Dublin Esq. John REED the elder of Ballymoyer, Co. Armagh of 3rdnds incl Tullyvallen, Co. Armagh… Anne McCULLAGH spinster sister of Dorothy McCULLAGH…. WITNESES: James McGomery REED of Dublin, Gent, att. & Jane REED of Ballymoylen, spinster

725

582

495517

JACKSON, Anne

Dublin

1818 Mar 25

WAUGH 1816-1818 NOTE: No mention of WAUGH

Image 394 NOTE: Bk 726.in the digital version starts at pg 306 – but the numbers are out of order.

Btw Arthur McCAUL & Anne McCAUL otherwise JACKSON his wife of 1 pt Hugh TREVOR & John KEOGH of Ardee St. Co. Dublin Brewers of the other pt. reciting an indenture 30th day. June 1814 whereby Luke QUINN of Golden Bridge in Co Dublin Gardiner did demise to the said and McCAUL by the name and description of Ann JACKSON of Exchequer Street in the city of Dublin widow, the plot, or parcel of land being part of Quarry Field on the road leading from Dublin to Golden Bridge the County of Dublin, and nearly opposite to Richmond Barrick containing in breadth in front 65 feet and in the rear 30 feet down depth from front to rear 100 feet… Bounded on the South by the High Road leading from Dublin to Golden Bridge aforesaid on the West by the passage or Gateway between said mentioned premises and a house and concerns belonging to [James MANGAN?] And leading to the rear of Luke QUINN’s premises and on the North East by the said Luke QUINN’s premises to hold to the said Anne JACKSON executors, administrators assigns together with the passage in common with the said James MANGAN and Luke QUINN and undertenants for the 20th day of September … Anne JACKSON had built and erected one good and substantial dwellinghouse, and one cabin on the premises there by demised afterwards intermarried with the said Arthur McCAUL and recites that Arthur McCAUL and Ann McCAUL otherwise JACKSON his wife on the day, the date stood justly and fairly embedded unto the said Hugh TREVOR and John KEOGH to the sum of £227.9.10

726

541

496076

JACKSON, Thos

Limerick

1818 Mar 16

NOTE: See #495517 for TREVOR Anne otherwise McCaul & husband

1816-1818

Thomas JACKSON of Fanningstown, Co. Limerick Esq & John MOLONY James MOLONY servant James MOLONY Junr all of Ballylusky Co. Limerick, farmers…. Lands of Knocknacrussa 22a in Barony of Cahina …

727

245

496380

JACKSON

Carlow

1818

Apr 24

JACKSON-NOBLETT Coolmana & Strawlaska, Co.

Image 112 – transcribed with voice recognition.

Indented deed of assignment between Thomas JACKSON of Hackettstown in County Carlow gent of the one part and Thomas NOBLETT of the same town, merchant of the other part reciting indented deed of lease and release bearing date 9 April 1725 [This deed is recited in Deed 489-163-307720] between Benjamin BURTON of Burton Hall in said Co Esq. and Robert THOMAS and Samuel SHARP whereby said Benjamin BURTON did demise and set to them all that part of the lands of Coolmanna formally called Nashe’s Quarter set in the Lordship of Clonmere in Co. Carlow containing by estimation 195.3.21a more or less to hold to the said Robert THOMAS and Samuel SHARP their heirs and assigns for the life and lives of said Robert THOMAS James MacNIVEN and John WILSON … Yearly rent of £58.15 shillings, eight pence with a covenant for perpetual renewal. And reciting that Robert THOMAS and Samuel SHARP by virtue of said demised became seized and possessed of said lands and said Robert THOMAS having died all the right and interest in same became vested in Samuel SHARP and reciting a deed of renewal dated 30 June 1749 [The name of William SALE or SALL was added to the lease of Nashe’s Quarters, and the other lives were deceased. ] from Ralph HOWARD Esquire to said Samuel SHARP his heirs and assigns for the lives of James McNEVIN and John WILSON and William LAMB and articles of agreement bearing date 16 March 1756 between said Samuel SHARP and Thomas ALLCOCK whereby said Samuel SHARP did demise and set and to said Thomas ALLCOCK all that part of Coolmana aforesaid called the Soliska containing about 70 acres more or less for 13 years at the yearly rent of six shillings for each and every acre … More legal…  Whereby Samuel ALCOCK did grant and release unto said William MORTON all said part of the lands of Coolmana known as Soliska . To hold the said William MORTON his heirs executors and admins. It is and assigns for ever reciting a deed of assignment bearing date 28 February 1809 whereby William MORTON aforesaid all his right and interest in said lines unto Thomas ALLCOCK Esq. attorney at law in consideration of £150 and that Thomas SAUNDERS by asserting deed bearing date 21 November 1809 aforesaid under Joseph JACKSON since deceased the brother  of said Thomas JACKSON all said Thomas SAUNDERS right and title to said lands in consideration were hundred and £50 and reciting that said Joseph JACKSON being so entitled duly made and published his last will and Testament bearing date 7 April 1811, and thereby bequeathed to his brother said Thomas JACKSON after an annuity to testator’s wife. The whole residue and remainder of his income lands in Soliska the Longmeadow and Nashe’s Quarter in Coolmana during the life of said testator’s wife and after her death he bequeathed to Henry JACKSON son to his brother Samuel the one half of his Hall entire property in the places above-mentioned to be equally divided between his brother said Thomas and Henry JACKSON their heirs and assigns for ever and that if said Henry JACKSON should die without issue or before he comes to the possession of his part of said property, that then the fall of his said testators Esther’s property should fall to his brother said Thomas JACKSON his heirs assigns subject to the several legacies for charges thereon and that under said, will of Thomas JACKSON is legally seized and title to said lands and to the benefit of renewal and original lease with the other parties concerned therein and also reciting that William SAUL and Joseph BARKER to the lives in the last renewal are long since dead and the said Thomas JACKSON is the only life in being and a considerable sum had accrued for renewal [?] fines and interest, and the finds in encumbrances affecting said lands beside such fines amounted to a considerable sum and witnessing that Thomas JACKSON in consideration of £210 therein mentioned did grant and bequeath sell release and confirm under said Thomas NOBLET all that and those the lands of Coolmanna called Soliska before described, and all the estate right title and interest properly claim and you may hand at law in equity of the said Thomas JACKSON his heirs executors administrators and assigns to same under said, will with all right benefit of reversal aforesaid of said original lease. … Witnessed by Joseph NOBLETT of Hackettstown Co. Carlow Gent Alexander EAGER of Hackettstown in the City of Carlow, Clerk Thomas JACKSON. Seal.

727

341

496476

BALL

Armagh

1818 May 4

BALL to FITZGERALD Urker

Thomas BALL of Cullyhanna, Co Armagh now residing in City of Bath, England of 1st pt; Thomas Prideau BALL of Inner Temple London Esq. only son & heir of 2nd pt; Rev FITZGERALD of Cavan… several townlands mentioned.

727

345

496380

JACKSON, Thos

 

1816-1818

MOLONY

728

478

497213

JACKSON, Esther

Down

1818 May 23

NOBLET 1816-1818

Image 540

Rev. John CLELAND now of Stormount, Co. Down, Clerk & Esther Martha CLELAND orse JACKSON his wife executors named in last will of Samuel JACKSON late of Mount Pleasant Co. Down Esq deceased. Of the 1 pt. Alexander STEWART of Ards Co. Donegal. Esq.. of the other pt. Reciting indenture 1 Jul 1810 Alexander STEWART in consideration of £10,000 granted to Samuel JACKSON lands of Drummalliconner [ aka Drumnaconagher] otherwise Marybrook for  999 years  Barony Kinelarty, Parish Kilmore Co. Down …

729

580

497915

JACKSON, Robt

Dublin

Kings

1818 Jun 5

see #497213 for STEWART Esther otherwise Cleland & husband

1816-1818

Image 292

Indented deed of renewal whereby Robert JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq.  granted to John HORNRIDGE of Excehquer St City of Dublin Esq east part of lands of Cumer as formerly divided between Richard LAMB & Joseph LAMB in Kings Co.[details HORNRIDGE lives]

731

63

498598

JACKSON, Wm

Dublin

1818 Aug 13

See # 497915 for HORNIDGE

1816-1818

Image 28

BTW John TUCKER of Rathgar Co. Dublin Gent Eliza TUCKER otherwise Alley BYRNE his wife of 1st pt; William JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent od 2nd pt; John EGAN of Clanbrassil St. CO. Dublin Gent of 3rd pt… land btw Great Georges Street & Little Booter Lane

731

96

498631

MOORHEAD

Monaghan

1817 Aug 6

MOORHEAD-MOORHEAD Book 46 (1811-1820) Cornefaghy Bog 1811-1820

Image 38

Btw James MOORHEAD of Cornefaghy Co. Monaghan of 1ts pr & John MOORHEAD farmer of same place of other pt…. WITNESS; John MOORHEAD of Lower Town farmer & Robert BRADY of Clones Co. Monaghan Schoolmaster

731

198

C

JACKSON, Chas

Dublin

1818 Aug 19

EGAN Gr O 1816-1818

Image 86

JACKSON - FITZPATRICK. Names Index 1816-1818

BTW Charles JACKSON of Fox and Geese Co. Dublin, farmer of 1 pt; William FITZPATRICK of Duke St City of Dublin Publican of the other.JACKSON demised land on back side of Duke Street [names of neighbours] …

732

54

499189

JACKSON, & Ann

Samuel

Dublin

1818 Sep 18

JACKSON- Marriage arts. Names Index 1816-1818

Note: Initially I had: #499139 1816-1818  FITZPATRICK see #

Nathaniel JONES & Anne JACKSON, daughter of Samuel JACKSON sr. of Cork St, Co. Dublin Cotton Manufacturer Joseph JACKSON eldest son & Samuel JACKSON 2nd son

NAMES: Nathaniel JONES of Lower Sackville, Dublin; Anne JACKSON of Cork St., Dublin; Samuel JACKSON sr.; Samuel JACKSON jr.; Joseph JACKSON; Benjamin Nun STEPHENS; Sarah STEPHENS; Francis ARMSTRONG.

732

120

499255

OLIVER, John, Robert, Charles, Silver, Nathaniel, Susannah, Elizabeth

Cork

Dublin Armagh, Limerick

1801, Aug 17

September 24, 1818.

Coolemore, Cork & Fitzwillan Sq. Dublin & Spa Hill Cork & Loughgall, Co Armagh & Disney, City of Dublin & Somerset City of Dublin & Glannahalish, Limerick

Richard ALDWORTH was the surviving Trustee of will of Rev John OLIVER “late of Coolemore in the City of Cork deced of the first part the Revd John OLIVER Clerk Rector of Swepstone in the City of Leister in Gt Britain eldest son of him at law of the said Revd John OLIVER deced of the 2nd part the sd Revd John OLIVER Robt Duddley OLIVER of Fitzwillan square in the City of Dublin Capn in his majesties Royal Navy Chas Deane OLIVER of Spa Hill in the Sd Coy of Cork Esq. The Rev Silver OLIVER of Loughgall in the Co Armagh clk Nathaniel Wilmott OLIVER Major in his majesties Royal Artillery the Rt Honourable James Lord Vis Lifford Wm DISNEY of Somerset in the City of Dublin Esq Rogers ALDWORTH of the City of Cork esq. Susannah OLIVER then of Somerset in the City of Dublin also of the third part Elizabeth OLIVER of the City of Dublin relict of the Revd John OLIVER died of the 4th part ... [the will goes on to list financial bequests to the aforenamed as well as to mention lands at Glannahaglish in the city of Limerick]

Will sworn 10 Aug 1818 in City of Cork

732

348

499483

BARTLEY

REED

WADDELL

Monaghan

1818 Jul 24

WADDELL & READ Marr Arts - Marriage Articles Book 46 (1811-1820)  Cordufflis.

NAMES: Robert WADDELL of Belfast & Lisnaveane; Margaret Anne READE of Belfast; Alexander WADDELL of Lisnaveane; Rev. Robert WRIGHT of Killevan; Robert BARTLEY; Rev. John ROGERS of Loughbrickland; Alexander Stewart WADDELL; Stewart WADDELL; James WADDELL of Monaghan; John CHAMBERs; David CHAMBERS of Magherafelt, Co. Londonderry; Thomas Hardin CARLETON of Blaris; Cornelius Carlton BOOMER; Bennet COWEN. OTHER PLACES: Cordevlish, Co. Monaghan; Ballykeel, Queens Co.

733

260

499996

McCULLAGH

DICKIE

Louth

1811-1820

 

DICKIE & McCULLAGH – Marr. Arts(TI Bk 81) Clonaleenan

733

427

500162

JACKSON, Christr

Monaghan

1818 Oct 23

Gr O Marriage Arts 1816-1818 WHITSETT NOTE: I saw no Marriage Arts

Image 190

Deed of Conveyance btw Christopher JACKSON of Elligesh, Parish Tydavnett Co. Monaghan of 1 pt; Joseph WHITETT of Laloo [?] Co. Monaghan Esq of the other. Christopher JACKSON held lands of KNockglass, Parish of Tydavnet, Co. Monaghan

, however to the payment of 1 half of a judgement obtained by Joseph WHITSETT against the late Christopher WRIGHT of Allygesh for sum of £200 … WITNESS: James WRIGHT & John COVUGAN

733

502

500237

JACKSON,

Elizabeth

George

Kings

1818 Oct 7

For WHITSETT see 500237

1816-1818

Image 223

Btw William KEAN one of the Masters of High Court of Chancery in Ireland of 1 pt William CARROLL of [Ernill] Kings Co, Esq. & Elizabeth CARROLL otherwise JACKSON his wife of 2nd pt.; Anthony CARROLL of Emill Kings Co. Eldest son of William & Elizabeth CARROLL and then a minor of 3rd pt. William SMITH of Nenagh Co. Tipperary Esq. heir at law of William SMITH surviving Trustee…. George JACKSON of Hermitage Co. Tipperary of 9th pt. … lands of Barnaclycasney & Emill Barony Clonlish Kings Co. …

734

156

500491

JACKSON, Geo

Londonderry

1800 Apr 22

SPUNNER 1816-1818

JACKSON-COCHRAN

Image 357

BTW George JACKSON of Jacksons Hall Co. Londonderry Esq. of 1 pt; William COCHRAN of Articlave Co. Londonderry of other pt…. Water Corn Mill in Articlave & Toll Grist & Multure ,,, in Manor of Clothworkers Co. Londonderry the estate of George JACKSON with the Shilling Hill thereunto belonging & also two tenements in Articlave and a park of land which was possessed by Widow THORPE … to William COCHRAN … for lives of Anne ALEXANDER sister of George JACKSON & George Jackson COCHRAN son to William COCHRAN aged 2 years from 1st Nov … WITNESS: John KNOX & Robert HAZLETT both of Coleraine, Co. Londonderry

NOTE: Anne JACKSON (died Aug 1837) was wife of Rev. Nathaniel JACKSON (1760-1840).

734

306

500642

DICKIE

DONALDSON

Louth

1814 Oct 18

DICKIE & DONALDSON – Partition 1811-1820 (TI Bk 81) Reg 1818 Nov 24. Carrickastuck

NAMES: James DICKIE of Carrickastuck; Alexander DONALDSON; Stewart KING; John FOSTER of Collon; Rt Hon. Frederick Viscount BOYNE aka Frederick HAMILTON; Sir Charles HAMILTON; John Stewart HAMILTON; Charles GRANT; Charles COULTER; Henry COULTER; Paul PARKS; James POLLOCK; Patrick LAWLESS; William FOSTER; Robert DICKIE of Annaghavackey; Andrew BRADFORD; Samuel BRADFORD;John BAILIE; Hugh CULLAN; James LAWLESS; Alexander PARKER; John TOWNLEY; E. WOODHOUSE. OTHER PLACES: Cavananore; Shortstone; Cloughmagniggan - perhaps aka Clonaleeenan; Barronstown.

734

403

500738

JACKSON, William D Eliza

Limerick

1807 Feb 7

for COCHRAN 1816-1818 see #500491

Marriage arts. Names Index 1816-1818

Marriage settlement between William MOUNSELL of City of Limerick & Eliza JACKSON daughter of William Marcus JACKSON… William Devereaux JACKSON son and heir at law of William Marcus JACKSON… lands in Limerick. NOTE: There was a legal case involving this William Marcus JACKSON.

735

126

501061

JACKSON, George

Tipperary

1818 Dec 7

Marriage arts. Names Index 1816-1818

Image 73

Between George JACKSON of Mount Pleasant Barony of Upper Ormond Co. Tipperary Esq. of 1st pt ; Thomas SPRUNNER of City of Dublin Esq of 2nd pt; George JACKSON of City of Bath Esq. late a Capt of Glengarry Infantry of the 3rd pt; John SHAW of Somerset Palace Parish of Walcott adjoining City of Bath Esq  Colonel in his Majestys Service & Reginal [?] Esq of the City of Bath of 4th pt.. Marriage to be had between George JACKSON the younger & Anne N. ANDERSON & in consideration of his affection which the said George JACKSON had for his nephew George JACKSON the younger and for making a provision for said George the younger … lands of Rahanine… now in the occupation of George JACKSON the elder  106a 6p in Barony of Lower Ormond Co. Tipperary & part of Little Killowney now called Mount Pleasant together with the house and the Mill farm called Mount Venus now called Hermatige Barony of Upper Ormond, Co. Tipperary & also part of the farmtown and lands of Middlewalk being part of Glanahilly cont 225a 1r 3p in parish of Ballygibbon, Barony of Upper Ormond Co. Tipperary … the Chapel division of Barna otherwise Barnailycasney cont 31a 10p also part of lands of Crunnell 72a in Barony of Clonlisk ….

735

394

501329

JACKSON, Wm M

Limerick

1818 Dec 22

JACKSON 1816-1818 Gr O Marriage Arts

Image 201 1816-1818

Btw William Marcus JACKSON Esq of City of Limerick of 1st pt & George JACKSON of City of Limerick eldest son then apt of the said William Marcus JACKSON of the other pt. Reciting … indented lease 4 Aug 1716 demised to George JACKSON deceased merchant of City of Limerick town and lands of Clonlare being part of lands of Castle Troy 74a 2r Plantation Measure in parish of Kilmurry South Liberties of Limerick… with that part of Castle Troy called by name of Castle Quar on the west with the lands of Ballygloshen & on the north with River Shannon and on the south with the High Road to Limerick …. To hold for George JACKSON for lives of William Marcus JACKSON Jane JACKSON his wife and George GLOSTER the younger …

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JACKSON, Wm M

Limerick

1818 Dec 12

GLOSTER 1816-1818

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…. William Marcus JACKSON of City of Limerick only son of William JACKSON late of the City of Limerick Gent deceased and grandson of George JACKSON of City of Limerick Merchant deceased of 2nd pt … reciting 4 Aug 1716 Brooke BRASIER demised to George JACKSON deceased town and lands of Clonlarce part of the lands of Castle Troy 74a 2r … Parish Kilmurry … [much as in previous memorial] … George GLOSTER in the place of the life of William Devereaux JACKSON deceased who was one of the lives … more legal & costs …

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JACKSON, John

Tyrone

1818 Feb 23

PEEBLES-JACKSON NOTES in 2009 diary. Book 46 Moy

John PEEBLE of Moy, Co. Tyrone Baker of 1 part John JACKSON of Charlemont, Co. Armagh, merchant ... reciting Mary BOYD of City of Armagh re lease 12 April 1788 granted to PEEBLES ... Robert BOYD (Lots more  - not pertinent).

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JACKSON, Mary

John

Kings

1819 Jan 15

--- 1819-1821 SEMPLE-JACKSON

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BTW Mary SEMPLE of Edenderry, Kings Co. widow of 1 pt; John JACKSON of same place Gent of 2nd pt; Mary Anne SEMPLE orse JACKSON his wife of the 3rd pt. reciting that by indenture of lease bearing date the first day of may 1805 made between the Reverend Henry BAYLEY of Rathangar County Kildare of the one part and Mary SEMPLE of the other part. Said Henry BAYLEY for the considerations therein mentioned demise to said Mary SEMPLE all that dwelling house offices and garden now in possession and formerly held by Gilbert CULLEN situate in Edenderry aforesaid to hold to Mary SEMPLE her executors, administrators and assigns from the first day of the date thereof for the term of 21 years at the yearly rent of £20 payable half yearly is therein mentioned. And reciting that a marriage had been solemnised between said John and said Mary Anne and witnessing that said Mary SEMPLE assigned all her interest in said premises to said John subject to the several limitations and for the considerations therein mentioned and which said deed and this Memorial respectively witnessed by Richard WHITE of Edenderry in Kings Co and by Daniel JACKSON of Ballygibbon in County Kildare aforesaid gent. Mary SEMPLE. [SEAL].

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JACKSON, Wm M

Limerick

1818 Oct 1

GLOSTER 1819-1821

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Btw William Marcus JACKSON of the City of Limerick Esq. of the 1 pt & Edward GLOSTER of City of Limerick Attorney of the other pt…. in consideration of £3,000 pd by GLOSTER William Marcus JACKSON and his eldest son George JACKSON assigned lands of Clonlara being part of the lands of Castle Troy containing 74a 2 Plantation Measure in Parish of Kilmurry and south Liberties of Limerick [more descry]  held by William Marcus JACKSON under a lease from Kilner BRASIER to George JACKSON both deceased dated 4 Aug 1716 for three lives renewable forever … lands now in the tenure and occupation of John YOUNG & the [?] of Samuel YOUG under two indentures executed to John YOUNG & Samuel YOUNG in his life by William Marcus JACKSON 12 Mar 1806

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BARTLEY

Monaghan

1818 Dec 17

BARTLEY to BARTLEY  1811-1820 (TI Bk 46) 1819-1821

Dunrymond

NAMES: George BARTLEY, shopkeeper of Monaghan; Major George BARTLEY; George LITTLE; James NESBITT, shopkeeper, Monaghan; Richard [?]. OTHER PLACES: Dunraymond.

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JACKSON, Geo

Mayo

1818 Aug 14

JONES 1819-1821

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BTW George JACKSON of Carrlimore Co. Mayo Esq. of the 1 pt; Thomas JONES of City of Dublin Gent one of the attorneys of the other pt. Reciting deed 12 Aug 1806 btw Arthur VAUGHAN of Carramore of 1st pt said George JACKSON and Sidney JACKSON orse [VAUGHAN] of the 2nd pt & Oliver Cuffe JACKSON and James JACKSON of the 3rd pt.. Arthur VAUGHAN let to Oliver Cuffe JACKSON and James JACKSON certain lands [later listed – several townlands] and agred that it might be useful for said George JACKSON any time to charge and encumber said lands with sum of £5,000

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JACKSON, George

Kings

Queens

1819 Jan 20

JACKSON-FOSSETT Ballyboy,

Marriage of William JACKSON, Gent of Ballyboy, Kings Co. & Mary FOSSETT; William has house & land at Ballyboy; Mary FOSSETT & Rebecca FOSSETT (sister of Mary) have lands at Owanstown, Queens Co & Bunnygappagh, Kings Co & an annuity from George FOSSETT (deceased benefactor of Mary & Rebecca FOSSETT). James FOSSETT held lands at Bunnygappagh. George JACKSON formerly resided at Ballyboy. aroha

NOTE: I also have a full transcription by Shonagh Love which I will annotate and post.

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1819-1821

HAMILTON, Margery-MOORE - Marriage Article

HAMILTON, Dacre- MOORE

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1819-1821

HAMILTON, Alexander- Marriage Article

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Down

1819 Jan 6

Neal CRAWFORD – James MARTIN

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Both farmers of Barnamaghery – small parcel of land at Barnamaghery held for natural life of Nicholas Price BLACKWOOD.

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JACKSON, Arabella & James

Down

1818 Dec 24

HERON 1819-1821

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BTW Arabella JACKSON of Skeagh [Parish of Dromore], widow of James JACKSON, late of Skeagh surgeon deceased of 1st pt; James JACKSON of Skeagh, eldest son & heir at law of 2nd pt; William Cowan HERON of Skeagh Gent of 3rd pt. For £910 sold to HERON part of lands of Skeagh in his actual possession by virtue of a lease for a year. For natural lives Cestui qui vies mentioned in the last renewal. WITNESS: Robert BELL of Kinulan & & Robert HERON of Ardeyon. NOTE: This Dr. James JACKSON was most likely related to a family of doctors, all children of James JACKSON (1667-1725) & Katherine McKINNEY. SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

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JACKSON, James

 

Down

1818 Dec 24

JACKSON 1819-1821

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An annuity between James JACKSON of Skeagh for Arabella JACKSON widow for £20 annually based on rents of townland of Moneygannon [Probably Moygannon], Co. Down, 20a in the occupation of William HERON. WITNESS: Robert BELL of Kinulan & & Robert HERON of Ardeyon. NOTE: This Dr. James JACKSON was most likely related to a family of doctors, all children of James JACKSON (1667-1725) & Katherine McKINNEY. SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

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JACKSON, Arabella

Down

1818 Dec 20

JACKSON 1819-1821

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BTW Arabella JACKSON of Skeagh [Parish of Dromore], widow of James JACKSON, formerly of Newtownards, surgeon deceased of 1st pt; James JACKSON of Skeagh, Gent, eldest son & heir at law of James & Arabella JACKSON of 2nd pt; Land of Money Gannon [Probably Moygannon] in Barony of Lower Iveagh. WITNESS: Robert BELL of Kinulan & & Robert HERON of Ardeyon. NOTE: This Dr. James JACKSON was most likely related to a family of doctors, all children of James JACKSON (1667-1725) & Katherine McKINNEY. SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down NOTE: I don’t know where he fits, but this is telling: Harry Monro, of Lisburn, accompanied by a considerable body of men, joined Dr. Jackson, of Newtownards, and those whom he led, shortly after the destruction of McKee and his family. SOURCE: Betsy Gray or Hearts of Down.

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Armagh

1818 Nov 10

WALSH-McMORRAN 1811-1820

Between Robert WALSH of Tullymore, County Armagh, Millar & Margaret WALSH his wife, Johnston WALSH their son of Tullymore [?] James WALSH their son of Carrickaness, Co. Armagh, farmer; Joseph CLARKE of Brakey, Co. Armagh, farmer; The Rev. James WHITESIDE of Drumflugh in Parish of Clonfeacle, Co. Tyrone of the one part & Robert McMORAN of Tullymore [?] spade manufacturer of the other part by and with the consent and approval of Mary WALSH, Anne WALSH & William WALSH children of said Robert WALSH. Robert WALSH sold part of Tullymore 14A  to McMORAN for term of 7 years from 1817. WITNESS: John McMORAN of Tullymore, farmer. John NOBLE, City of Armagh, Gent.

WALSH-McMORRAN

Robert WALSH of Tullymore, Co. Armagh, Millar & Margaret WALSH his wife. Johnston WALSH their son of Tullymore aforesaid James WALSH their son also of Carrickaness, Co. Armagh farmer. Joseph CLARKE of Breaky, Co. Armagh farmer. Rev James WHITESIDE of Drumflugh, Parish of Clonfeacle, Co. Tyrone of 1st part & Robert McMORRAN of Tullymore aforesaid Spade Manufacturer of other part ... with consent of Mary WALSH Anne WALSH and William WALSH children of said Robert WALSH in consideration of £290 pd by McMORRAN ... part of Tullymore late in possession of Robert WALSH and other ... from 1 Nov 1817. WITNESS: John McMORAN of Tullymore, farmer & John NOBLE of City of Armagh, Gent.

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HARTIGAN

 

1819-1821

John HARTIGAN, -O’CONNOR

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COULTER

Down

1817 Jan 8

Charles COULTER, -SAVAGE Notes in 2009 diary 1816-1821

Between Charles COULTER of Broomquarter, Co. Down, weaver of 1st part and Margaret SAVAGE of same place spinster ... permission for SAVAGE to build a house on part of COULTER’s land & also to inhabit during lives of her daughters Elizabeth & Sarah.

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JACKSON, Humphry T

Down

1819 Mar 1

LYNN 1819-1821

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BTW Humphrey Thomas JACKSON of Ballyregan, Co. Down Esq. of 1 pt & Robert LYNN the younger of Belfast & James BLAIR of Wheatfield, and Richard BARNSLEY of Lisburn all of Antrim Esq. & trustees named in deed of settlement dated 30 Jun 1818 of Rev. John Worthington LEA Clerke of Belfast & Henrietta Barnsley LYNN youngest daughter of Robert LYNN Esq. of Belfast. Reciting indenture 1 Nov 1677 between James ROSS then of [?], Co. Down Esq.  & John JACKSON then of Ballyregan, [Ald?] Co. Down, Gent of the other part. James ROSS leased all of the townland of Ballyregan to John JACKSON which was then farmed & possessed by John DENHAM & all that parcel of land which was then farmed and possessed by Robert JACKSON, father of John JACKSON (party thereto) and then in John JACKSON possession situate and being of Dundonell, Co. Down according as the same was meared and bound & possessed by John JACKSON to hold to the said John JACKSON for the yearly rent of £18 and also yearly rent of £9 at the end of 21 years. After reciting as there in said indenture of which this is a Memorial witness that said, Humphrey Thompson JACKSON in presence of the agreement therein and in consideration of £1000 to him paid by said Robert LYNN James BLAIR and Richard BARNSLEY the receipt whereof is thereby acknowledged, he the said Humphrey Thompson JACKSON granted sold released and confirmed under the said Robert Lynn James BLAIR and Richard BARNSLEY then in their actual possession by virtue of a lease for a year therein mentioned and to their heirs and assigns all that and those the aforesaid parcel of land within the townland of Ballyregan aforesaid, which was formerly possessed by John DENHAM, and all that parcel of land within the said townland of Ballyregan, which was possessed by Robert JACKSON, and afterwards by John JACKSON his son, situate in the parish of Dundonald and County of Down aforesaid, according as the same was then bounded and possessed by said Humphrey Thompson JACKSON with the appurtenances. To hold from thenceforth forever subject to the payment of said yearly rent and relief money, and to the contents in said [Arrgh?] Indenture contained. And also to a clause or provision of redemption upon payment of said sum of $1000 of interest at the rate of 6%. WITNESS Willis H. MECREDY [aka McCREEDY] & James RAMSEY both of City of Dublin, attornies. SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down NOTE: Humphrey Thompson JACKSON (1790-1834) died without issue.

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JACKSON, Joseph

Dublin

1818 Jul 18

JACKSON 1819-1821

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Deed of Conveyance btw Samuel GAtEHILL jr, Joseph JACKSON & James BARTON of the City of Dublin, Merchants.re: effects of James DUGGAN of Corn Market Linen Draper, Dealer, & Chapman a bankrupt of the 1st pt.James DUGGAN of 2nd pt. Abigail JACKSON and Anne JACKSON both of Corn Market City of Dublin, spinsters of 3rd pt. Transfer of house on Corn Market to Abigail JACKSON & Anne JACKSON [lots of other namses and boundary description]

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JACKSON, Jacob William

Kildare

Dublin

1818 Nov 18

Frederick HAMILTON, -JACKSON 1819-1821

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between Henry BALL Esquire one of the Masters of the High Court of Chancery in Ireland of the first part; Frederick Hamilton of Dunfierth County Kildare Esquire and Jacob William JACKSON of the city of Dublin gent of the second part and the said William JACKSON and Thomas ENRIGHT  of City of Dublin of the third part. After reciting that Frederick Lord Viscount BOYNE [1718-1772] did by years last will and Testament devise unto his wife Bridget Lady BOYNE [aka Bridget MOONEY – a 2nd wife] a jointure of £400 for her life chargeable on all his estates in the counties of Louth, Meath, and Kildare and also by said will devise unto his daughter, Dorothy HAMILTON a sum of £400 and £2000 part there of chargeable on his County Kildare estate and also devised by a codicil to his will sum of £2000 to the children of his daughter Catherine MURRAY then lately deceased and did by his said will [?] His son, Frederick HAMILTON [1751-1803] then deceased … Sum of £6000 for the portions of his younger children chargeable on said estates and reciting … Bridget Lady Boyne by indented deed assigned bearing date 22 September 1790 did assign and make over unto Robert CROWE Esquire. In trust for said Frederick HAMILTON deceased all the arrears of her said indenture up to the 12th of May then last amounting to £7200 and reciting that Catherine MURRAY one of the children of the said Catherine MURRAY did by indenture devise assign bearing date 13 September 1790 assign and make over onto the same Robert Crowe in trust for said Frederick HAMILTON deceased of the interest then arrears and underpaid to the first of May then last .. It proportion of said legacy of £2000 then amounting to £935 and reciting that George PRINGLE deceased the late husband of said Dorothea deceased by deed and assignment bearing date the first of May 1794 assigned unto said Robert Crowe … £1220.10 shillings being part of the arrears of interest then due and owing to him upon the sum of £2000 part of said pecuniary legacy of £4000 charges … For the benefit of the daughter of said [Frederick?] HAMILTON deceased namely Anne JACKSON , Catherine Sofia KELLY and Belinda FRY and reciting that the said Frederick HAMILTON deceased by deed of appointment dated 23rd of August 1799 after reciting that he had power to limit and appoint a sum of £6000 for the portions of it younger children did appoint a sum of £1199 to be paid to said Belinda FRY and reciting that by indented articles of agreement entered into on the marriage of William [Daniell] FRY the said Belinda and made between said William Daniel Fry and Belinda of the first part and Frederick HAMILTON and Jacob William JACKSON of the second part and William Daniel FRY and Belinda FRY in order to provide a jointure for said Belinda they the said William Daniel Fry and Belinda Fry did grant  under said Frederick HAMILTON party thereto and hereto and said Jacob William JACKSON, his executors and administrators all that and those that therein recited proportions or sums of money containing to the sum of £5114.10 shillings, eight pence to hold unto the said Frederick HAMILTON and Jacob William JACKSON , his executors and administrators together with all that and those …. [lots more detail.

NOTE: SEE: HAMILTON & others – GRANT & Others, also