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I will be doing more work with this data in the near future, and placing more of these people in family trees. When you see a name that is underlined and in red caps, this means that the material was sourced from Nick Reddan's Deeds site. [Example: MOS.] I am grateful for all the work done by the volunteer transcribers who submit material to his site. I have added notes to these abstracts that include more details of pertinent parishes, baronies and such. This helps to locate individuals, especially when viewed with other property related documents.
Sharon Oddie Brown. February 5, 2012.
Updated March 1, 2012 Green shaded rows are the recent additions.
Updated: June 28, 2015. Several dozen new notes/deeds added.
Updated July 4, 2016. More deeds, links and facts added.

 

Deeds for Co Kildare – a focus on JACKSONs.

 

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Pg

Mem

Date

Notes

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437

552

1709 Jul  15

CAVANAGH-JACKSON

Between Wentworth CAVANAGH, Gent of Athy, Co. Kildare & Daniel JACKSON of same, tanner. Indenture of release in consideration of sum of 40 pounds., all that and those the houses and holdings of William ADDIS in the Market Street of Athy containing 84 feet to the front in the same street eastward and to the river backwards 143 ft. with the 7 acres & 23 perches … for natural life of said Wentworth CAVANAGH, his son James CAVANAGH & Beshell WESTON son of son of Thomas WESTON of Athy.. rent 8 pounds 6p,

Signed Daniell JACKSON [his mark] WITNESSES: John CHAPMAN & John CONNELL.

JACKSON Daniel Tanner of Athy, Kildare made his mark, rather than signed MOS

NOTE: The town of Athy included 3 parishes: Churchtown, St. Johns, & St. Michael, all in the Barony of Narragh and Reban aka Riban and Nara.

3

370

1077

1709 Feb 3

Henry BUCKLEY, Clerk, of Dublin City Witness Deed; John CONNELL, clerk of Dublin City, witness deed. Abel STRETTEL, merchant of Dublin City of 1st part. Isaac JACKSON JACKSON [abt 1665-1751], farmer of Ballitore, Co. Kildare of 2nd part. House & land at Ballatore, KID, for 20 years at £12pa. Pan Gran Parabow SKYNNER of Dublin City; James STAR, of Bellatore, Co. Kildare; Bruen WORTHINGTON, Notary Public, Registrar of Dublin City MOS

NOTE: Ballitore, Parish of Timoline, Barony of Narragh & Reban.was one of the places where Quakers settled.  Isaac JACKSON (1665-1751 emigrated to America. It seems that this land  ended up with his great-great-grandson Samuel Pim JACKSON (1811-1883). SEE: Quaker JACKSONs

3

371

1078

 

See previous.

9

407

4086

1713 Jul 2

BRADFORD, Andrew-ARCHIBALD

Andrew BRADFORD of Athy, Co. Kildare Gent of 1 pt & Richard ARCHBOLD of Crookstown Co Kildare of the other… legal suits won.

10

307

3742

1712  Mar 17

PEPPARD, Robert. City of Dublin Lease & Release. Marriage between Maurice WARREN of Larragh, Co. Catherlough  [aka Carlow]+ Anne GRANTHAM (widow, his [Jacob PEPPARD?] eldest daughter) Her marriage portion £1200 to be used to pay off Maurice WARREN’s debts to Thomas FILSON, debtor. Maurice WARREN making over property in Co Kildare, Queen’s Co, etc to trustees (2nd parties). Marriage has taken place. AnneChamney

13

52

4918

1709 Jan 7

BELLEW-JACKSON 1708-1729 Roz McC

Between Hon Richard Lord BELLEW Baron of Dunleek of 1 pt & Thomas JACKSON of Dryhett, Barony of Carberry, Co. Kildare, farmer of other part .. set to JACKSON 107A in Dryhett ... lives of Thomas JACKSON, John WEILY, James MILLER the younger of Tymaco [aka Timahoe]  all of Co. Kildare. WITNESS: Henry DOWDALL of City of Dublin, Thomas FORTESQUE & John MULHOLLAN of same, Gent. 16 Mar 1713.

NOTE: My guess is that Dryhett is the townland now known as Drehid, Parish of Ardkill, Barony of Carbury. It is near the townland of Ballygibbon where JACKSONs also held leases. This is probably Thomas Jackson b: in Kilbank in Seathwaite, Lancashire, England +Ann Man. SEE: Descendants of Nicholas Jackson They were Quakers, and members of the family also resided at Timahoe.

21

466

12148

1718 Nov 12

Ld KILDARE-JACKSON

John JACKSON of Athy, Co. Kildare, Gent … lands of Currageen cont 630 acres, Barony of Kilkea and Moon, Co. Kildare.. lives of said John JACKSON & Sarah his wife &  George DEACON of Athy, Gent… rent of 283 pounds 10 shillings to be paid at Strongbows tomb in Christ Church Dublin….
NOTE: The town of Athy included 3 parishes: Churchtown, St. Johns, & St. Michael, all in the Barony of Narragh and Reban aka Riban and Nara. I suspect that Currageen is now known as Carrigeen North & Carrigeen South, Parish of Kineagh, Barony of Kilkea and Moon.

25

145

14415

1719 Nov 28

CARTER-JACKSON

Thomas CARTER of Robertstown to Robert JACKSON of Blackhill, Co. Kildare Gent for consideration lands and tenements of Woodtown exception 29 acres   & 2 roods already sett to Richard HARRISON for 3 lives containing by estimation 172 acres plantation measure in Barony of Ratoath, Co. Meath for natural life and lives of Robert JACKSON, Henry JACKSON, brother of the said Robert JACKSON, of John JACKSON also brother…rent 51 pound 12 s.

Added notes from Michael Stewart:

Thomas CARTER to Robert JACKSON of lands & tenement of Woodtown in Ratoath (bar) Meath [172 acres plantation measure] excepting 33 acres 2r sett unto Richard HARRISON for 3 lives, for and during lives of Robert JACKSON, Henry JACKSON,  & John JACKSON at £51.12s. for first 5 yrs; £60.4s. for next 2 years, and £68.16s. for remainder, payable half yearly. WITNESSES: John WILSON, Gent Killamanaugh, DUB; James BOWDEN; Michael BOWYER, Gent of Dublin City.

NOTE: There is a Blackhill in the parish of Kill, Barony of South Salt, a Barony in the north-east of Co. Kildare. Blackhill is near Naas, not far from Dublin. It is in the Parish of Oughterard, Barony of South Salt.

NOTE: In Co. Meath, the Barony of Ratoath would be about 10 miles north. There is currently no townland or parish named Woodtown, but there is a townland named Woodland in the parish of Rathregan.

25

167

14598

1719 Dec 18 & 19

JACKSON-MARTIN NOTES in 2009 diary Book Index 1708-1738

Between Robert JACKSON of Woodtowne, Co. Meath, Gent & George MARTIN of City of Dublin, Doctor in Physick of the other part. Whereas Robert CARTER of Robertstown, Co. Meath Esq. On 20 April 1713 demised to Robert JACKSON of Blackhall in Co. Kildare, Gent. & part of lands of Woodtown, Barony of Ratoath, Co. Meath ... during lives of said Robert JACKSON, Henry JACKSON brother of the said Robert & John JACKSON brother also of said Robert.] ... about 172 acres of Woodtown. WITNESS: Joseph FITZSIMMONS, John RYAN & John MARTEN, all of Dublin, Gent.

Added notes from Michael Stewart:

Robert JACKSON for £50 from George MARTIN aka MARTEN, grants George MARTIN Woodtown, in Ratoath (bar.) Meath, excepting as excepted, for & during lives as mentioned, with condition of redemption upon repayment of £50 + interest 19 March next. WITNESSES: Joseph FITZSIMMONS; John RYAN & John MARTIN.

Earlier deed April 20, 1713: Woodtown, in Ratoath (bar.) Meath from Thomas CARTER unto Robert JACKSON (then of Blackhall, Kildare) excepting 33a 2r set unto Richard HARRISON for 3 lives  (172a plantation) for lives of Robert JACKSON, Henry JACKSON, brother of said Robert; & John JACKSON, brother of said Robert paying C £50.12s. for first 5 years then £60.4s. for 2 yrs then £68.16s. Ster for remainder.

NOTE: Blackhill is in the Parish of Oughterard, Barony of South Salt. Blackhall is in the Parish of Davidstown, Narragh & Reban East (this is the most likely one). There are two other Blackhall townlands: Parish of Bodenstown & Parish of Rathmore, both in Barony of Naas North.

NOTE: In Co. Meath, the Barony of Ratoath would be about 10 miles north. There is currently no townland or parish named Woodtown, but there is a townland named Woodland in the parish of Rathregan.

33

424

20772

1722, May 30

JACKSON-MICKLE-WYLY

Alexander WYLY of Gilltown, Co. Kildare farmer of the first part & Samuel MICKLE of Timahoe in Co. Kildare farmer of the second part & Robert WYLY of the same place of the third part, James MILLER of the same place of the fourth part, Samuel MILLER of the same place of the fifth part, John MILLHOUSE of the same place farmer of the sixth part, Thomas JACKSON of the same place farmer of the seventh part reaching a lease dated on or about the 23rd  day of June 1704 from Robert CURTIS Gent to Theobald ROURKE Esq. & Richard AYLMER Gent. Of all the towns and lands of Timahoe and Gilltown aforesaid and situate in the County of Kildare for 51 years .... at the yearly rent of [pounds] 264.5.7 ... John MACKEY hath assigned all his right and interest in the said lands and premises unto the said Thomas JACKSON ... in the presence of Richard ROGERS of Belgin near Drogheda, Gent. Lawrence FITZGERALD of Wingate in Co. Kildare & Richard AYLMER of Ballenfagh, Co. Kildare & by said Thomas JACKSON in presence of Dennis HANLON[?] of Gilltown, County Kildare.

NOTE: Thomas JACKSON of Timahoe is likely to be a member of Nicholas JACKSONs tree – they were Quakers. The parish of Gilltown is in the Barony of Naas South. A Richard JACKSON leased 122 acres there at the time of Griffiths Valuation. Timahoe aka Tymaho aka Tymaco is a Parish in the Barony of Clane.

34

417

22149

1722 Nov 29

Robert [FITZGERALD] Earl of Kildare to John JACKSON of Athy, Co. Kildare, Farmer of Dug house next to market place at Athy + one other house backside and Garden in Athy bound by holdings of Charles CAVANAGH & Richard ELLIS, all in possession of John JACKSON, to hold for lives of Jacob JACKSON son of John JACKSON; John JACKSON, son of John JACKSON and Sarah JACKSON, wife of John JACKSON at £12 yrly rent. REGISTRAR: Bruen WORTHINGTON; WITNESSES: Boyle SPENCER, Gent (servant to FITZGERALD?]; Patrick ROCHE, Gent of Athy, Co. Kildare; Will DEVITT, Gent of Co. Kildare. Thanks to Mike Stewart for this transcription.

NOTE: The town of Athy included 3 parishes: Churchtown, St. Johns, & St. Michael, all in the Barony of Narragh and Reban aka Riban and Nara.

35

17

20514

1708-1738

JACKSON-LOFTUS Bk 71 Book Index 1708-1729

A Lease and release between Nathaniel JACKSON Gent of Mountmellick, Queens Co. and Edward LOFTUS of Grange, Co. Kildare. Corn mills with parcel of land on south side of river coming from Drinagh + custom of grinding all corn malt or other grains of all tenants in manor of Mountmellick for lives of Nathaniel JACKSON, Gent of Mountmellick, Queens Co. Son & heir of Robert JACKSON Erasmus JACKSON & Isaac JACKSON. It recites an earlier lease dated 1697 btw Rt. Hon Arthur LOFTUS and Robert JACKSON. Simon HALL was also mentioned. WITNESSES: Roley HILL of Dublin City & Benjamin OWNE [NOTE: Should this be OWEN?] Chaplain to Arthur LOFTUS.

Thanks to Michael Stewart for this transcription.

NOTE: Grange, Parish of Cloncurry, Barony Ikeathy and Oughterany.

36

98

21713

1722 Mar 3

BENNET-JACKSON

John BENNETT, Gent of Tyrenan [?], Queens Co. for £90 from Daniel JACKSON, Maulster of Athy, Co. Kildare assigns Daniel JACKSON £12 ster per year out of Coolgarah, Queens Co., until debt of £90 + int is repaid and for further security grants the lease to John BENNETT by Morely SANDERS, Esq together with counterpart of lease by John BENNET to John FITZPATRICK. WITNESSES: William BARKER, Perukemaker of Athy, Co. Kildare; Thomas BENNET, son of John BENNETT; John HIGGINS, Gent of Athy, Kildare; Thomas MOREFIELD notary of Dublin City.

NOTE: The town of Athy included 3 parishes: Churchtown, St. Johns, & St. Michael, all in the Barony of Narragh and Reban aka Riban and Nara.

42

240

26250

1724 June 9

JACKSON-RALPH Book Index 1708-1729

Deed of Mortgage 8 Nov 1721 between Robert JACKSON of the Old Mills near Mountmellick, Queens Co.  Farmer of the one part & Richard RALPH of Killeooe, Co. Kildare. Farmer of the other part.  Lease of 22 Sept 1707 lease to JACKSON of Lands & watermill of Cappanner, Parish of Rossenallis Queens Co. JACKSON now leases to RALPH.

NOTE: I do not know where Killeooe is.

43

421

28800

1725 May 7

JACKSON-JACKSON Book Index 1708-1738

Indenture May 6, 1724 Wm. JAMES of Athy. Co. Kildare, Tanner did demise & set to Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff in Co. Dublin Tanner and Josiah JACKSON of Glassholly, Co. Kildare Farmer lease of house in Athy from Robert JACKSON to Josiah JACKSON for 22 years

NOTE: The town of Athy included 3 parishes: Churchtown, St. Johns, & St. Michael, all in the Barony of Narragh and Reban aka Riban and Nara.

NOTE: Glassholly is likely Glassely, Parish of Narraghmore, Barony of Narragh and Reban.

53

501

36647

1727 Jan 30

BURTSHEALTH Book Index 1708-1729

Thomas FLETCHER of Rathmore, Co. Kildare, farmer & Henry JACKSON of Osberttown, Co. Kildare in consid of 50 pounds pd by Peter BURCHEAL  of Kilkeel, Co. Kildare land of 430 acres also 20 acres in possession of Garret POOLE… land in Rathmore

NOTE: Parish of Rathmore, Barony of Naas North.

NOTE: Osbertstown, Parish of Naas, Barony of Naas North.

60

354

41212

1729 Jul 28

JACKSON-TAYLOR

See #60-354-41819.. Additional info: on the right hand of the road leading from Rathmore to Ballymore Eustace, and on the east bounded and meared by said road; on the north with the land commonly known by the name of Nun’s Lane, on the west with Punchestown and on the south with the lands of Welshestown.—all rights deeds to John TAYLOR.

60

354

41819

1729 Jul 12

TAYLOR Book Index 1708-1729

Henry JACKSON, farmer of Blackall, Co. Kildare to John TAYLOR, Brewer of Dublin City of sd lands for remainder of term, void on repayment of £68 ster + interest. In 1712 June 11, Murrough BOYLE, Rt. Hon Lord Viscount Blessington  to Henry JACKSON part of Blackall in Co Kildare, then in possess'n of Henry JACKSON on road from Rathmore to Ballymore Eustace, bnd by lands of Punchestown and of Walshestowne, Royalties & cert'n Rights excepted, 24 years at £8 ster pa.Deputy Registrar: William PARRY. WITNESSES: William MUNKITTRICK & Robert BOYTON, Clerk to BOYLE & John SMITH, public notary of Dublin City. Thanks to Michael Stewart for notes.

NOTE: Blackall could be either Blackhall or Blackhill. Blackhill is in the Parish of Oughterard, Barony of South Salt. Blackhall is in the Parish of Davidstown, Narragh & Reban East (this is the most likely one). There are two other Blackhall townlands: Parish of Bodenstown & Parish of Rathmore, both in Barony of Naas North.

64

213

43516

1730 Jun 3

Book Index 1730-45

JACKSON-CAIRNS

Refers to lease 20 Mar 1716 made btw Rev William JACKSON of the one pt & Henry JACKSON Senior of Ofberstown [aka Osberstown or Osbertstown] Co Kildare of the other part. Whereby  the said William JACKSON did demise and set unto the said Henry JACKSON senior that part Ofberstown then in the possession of the said Henry JACKSON containing by estimation sixty seven acres or thereabouts more or less with  the appurtenances  To hold during the Natural Lives of him the said Henry JACKSON senior, Henry JACKSON jr. and Anthony JACKSON the latter being sons of the said Henry JACKSON… Henry JACKSON jr for £40 assigned to  Robert CAIRNS part of Ofbertstown…WITNESSES: William TOOLE and James GODDARD of Dublin Gent.

66

314

46457

1720 July 13

BRADFORD, Andrew-NEALL1730-1745

Andrew BRADFORD of Athy, Co. Kildare Gent of 1 pt & Darby NEAL of same Malster. transfer of lands in Athy.

67

363

46431

1731 Jul 31

ROSE-JACKSON

Sarah ROSE of City of Dublin spinster of 1st pt & David SYMES of Catherlough, Co. Catherlogh, Gent of 2nd pt & Josiah JACKSON of Glasshely, Co. Kildare Gent & Stephen WARD of City of Dublin Gent of the 3rd pt. reciting that a marriage was to be had  btw Sara ROSE and David SYMES… sum of ten shillings  for the said Sarah ROSE paid by Josiah JACKSON & Stephen WARD, ROSE sold plot of land on the west side of the road or passage leading from Essex St to  Essex Bridge Dublin  part of the ground formerly called by the name  of Alderman Lovett’s Garden containing in breadth in the Front to the said to the said road or passage  from south to North including the wall of the River Liffey 23 foot more or less… much more description of parcels contiguous and part of this. WITNESS: Henry BUCKLEY.

NOTE: Glasshely is likely Glassely, Parish of Narraghmore, Barony of Narragh and Reban.

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7

54258

1734 Oct 10

Mortgage by way of Lease & Release Reg 11/10/1734
Josias JACKSON, Glasseley, Kildare, Gent 1P
William EMPSON, City of Dublin, Alderman 2P
1P to 2P for considerations mentioned therein, town & lands of Glasseley, Ballindrom & Ballydam [aka Ballyadam aka Ballyadams], Co Kildare – 858 acres 3 roods 1 perch
Held under lease made by Rt Hon Robert Earl of Kildare to 1P for lives of Anne, wife of Josias, Josias, jun & Sarah JACKSON, daughter of Josias. Said Anne is dec’d.
Release conditional on payment of £120 + interest
DWMW King Meldrum, Clerk to William EMPSON
DWMW James Davison, Clerk to George Moore, Dublin, Publick Notary

NOTE: Glasseley is likely Glassely, Parish of Narraghmore, Barony of Narragh and Reban.

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214

55568

1733 Jul 2

BRADFORD, Alex-BRADFORD 1730-1745 NOTES in 2009 diary. Athy,

Rev Dr. Alexander BRADFORD of Dublin of the 1st part & James BRADFORD of Athy, Co. Kildare of the other part. Alexander BRADFORD demised Tenement in Athy called The Queens Head Fog with the house adjacent etc ... for lives of James BRADFORD, Graham BRADFORD (brother of James) & John BRADFORD brother of Alexander BRADFORD & now student at Trinity College, Dublin.

91

72

63376

1738 Apr 25

Mortgage by way of Lease & Release
Josias JACKSON, Glasseley, Kildare, Gent 1P
William EMPSON, City of Dublin, Alderman 2P
1P to 2P for considerations mentioned therein, town & lands of Glasseley, Ballindrom & Ballydam [aka Ballyadam aka Ballyadams], Co Kildare
Lives added subject to covenant of renewal in lease 20/10/1734 from Rt Hon Robert Earl of Kildare
Josias JACKSON, jun, Samuel JACKSON & Sarah JACKSON, the sons & daughter of Josias JACKSON
Release conditional on payment of £200 + interest
DWMW William JACKSON, Clerk to William EMPSON.
DWMW George Moore, Publick Notary, Dublin

NOTE: Glasseley is likely Glassely, Parish of Narraghmore, Barony of Narragh and Reban. Ballindrom aka Ballindrum and Ballydam aka Ballyadams are also in the Parish of Narraghmore, Barony of Narragh and Reban

110

363

77934

1743 Jul 22

BUNBURY to DESBRISAY Book Index 1730-1745

Lease btw Thomas BUNBURY of City of Dublin Esq eldest son and heir of Thomas BUNBURY late of same City dec’d Rose BUNBURY otherwise JACKSON mother of said Thomas & widow & relict of Thomas BUNBURY dec’s Henry BUNBURY of Johnstown in Co. Carlow Esq. & Edward FOLEY of City of Dublin Gent. Of 1 pt & Thephilus DEBRISAY of said City of other part... lease & release  in consid of 608 pounds...to DEBRISAY town and lands of Moygany otherwise Morgany otherwise Moygna cont. By est 140 acres in Barony of Kilkea and Moone in Co. Kildare... in presence of William BUNBURY of Lisnevagh in Co Carlow Esq. & Charles MEARES of Dublin Gent ...

NOTE: Kilkea and Moon is the Barony in the southern part of Co. Kildare.  Morgany may be Mageny Lower, a townland of 246 acres  in the Parish of Dunmanoge, Barony Kilkea and Moon. It is on the border of Queens Co. aka Leix aka Laois.

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186

77925

77926

1743 Nov 26

JACKSON-STEEL NOTEs in 2009 diary Book Index 1730-1745

Thomas BUNBURY of City of Dublin Esq eldest son & heir of Thomas BUNBURY late of the City Esq. decd & Anne BUNBURY his wife & Rose BUNBURY otherwise JACKSON of sd City widow & relict of sd Thomas BUNBURY and mother of the Thomas BUNBURY party to this deed of 1st pt. Richard STEELE of sd City of 2nd pt;  Robt FRENCH of same City Esq of 3rd pt. fo 1,424 pounds released lands of Killenure…. etc

“being in the Co. of Wexford, Wicklow & Catherlough [aka Carlow]. Lands in Parish of Killelan, Co Kildare;

119

364

82833

1745 Feb 15

USHER Book Index 1730-45

Rev. Daniel JACKSON of Tullamore, Kings Co, Clk  of other pt…. land in Mannor Towns and Fields of Mountrath… lands in Westmeath,  Queens Co., Kings Co.,  Roscommon, Kildare & Co Dublin…. Pages full of townlands

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322

87036

1747 Nov 13

CORKER-JACKSON et al

JACKSON Rev James Clerk Castlecarbery Kildare marriage settlement of Mary KINGSBURY and Edward CORKER; mention of marriage settlement of B & C ; earlier deed 1725 Oct 20. nickred

NOTE: Castlecarbery is probably in Carbury. It used to be spelled Carbery and is in the Barony of Carbury. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carbury  Rev James JACKSON died July 3, 1767 SOURCE: No. 47. Wed. 1-Sat 4 July 1767. Dublin 3 July. The Rev. Mr. Jackson of Castlecarbery, co. Kildare.

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234

104589

1752 Aug 26

JACKSON Rev James Clerk Castlecarbery Kildare trustee - deed of assignment. 4 houses in College Green 70ft frontage, great house in Anglesey St backing it; Esther KINGSBURY P1 assigned to Edward CROKER jr P2 with consent of Thomas KINGSBURY P3 as payment of £1,300 under will of Thomas KINGSBURY of Dublin to Mary CROKER ors KINGSBURY, wife of Edward CROKER& daughter of Thomas KINGSBURY her personal fortune; earlier MS of Edward CROKER & Mary KINGSBURY nickred

NOTE: Castlecarbery is probably in Carbury. It used to be spelled Carbery,and is in the Barony of Carbury. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carbury Rev James JACKSON died July 3, 1767 SOURCE: No. 47. Wed. 1-Sat 4 July 1767. Dublin 3 July. The Rev. Mr. Jackson of Castlecarbery, co. Kildare.

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185

118494

1755 Sep 30

BRYAN Book Index 1758-1768

 Btw Mary AIKIN otherwise PAINE of City of London widow relict of Francis AIKIN late of Murragh Co. Dublin farmer deceased  of 1 pt & Josiah BRYAN & William BRYAN both of the City of Dublin Merchants of the other part. Whereas a marriage is to be btw William JACKSON Gent City of Dublin of the 2nd pt… George AIKIN father of Francis AIKIN… WITNESS incl James BRYAN of Newtown Co Kildare & Samuel & James BRYAN of City of Dublin

203

278

135242

1760 Mar 28

JACKSON-HUME Book Index 1758-1768

 John STRATFORD of Belan, Co Kildare demised to John JACKSON of Killmurry, Co Wicklow, farmer... land of Kilmurry west of Joseph JACKSONs farm on road from Baltinglass to Killalish ...

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13

148788

1763 Dec 2

PALMER-JACKSON Book Index 1758-1768

Btw Roger PALMER of City of Dublin & George JACKSON of Prospect, Co Mayo Esq. Reciting lease & release made bwt Roger PALMER  & Roger PALMER the younger of Ballyshannon Co Kildare  of the one pt & sd George JACKSON of the other.... dispute over lands of Killroe

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48

158192

1765 Dec 23

STEELE Book Index 1758-1768

Btw John JACKSON a Minor the eldest son and heir of Thomas JACKSON late of City of Dublin Glass Seller deceased by Luke STOCK City of Dublin Hosier his guardian of the 1st pt. Lewis THOMAS of Naas Co Kildare Gent of 2nd pt, Richard STEELE City of Dublin Esq 3rd pt…. Thomas JACKSON being dead & his children all minors… release to STEELE of  lying on the east side of a new street then lately laid out and called Cavendish St Co Dublin, street was to be left open and containing  upwards of 73 feet wide…

250

228

162335

1766 May 27

JACKSON-HAYNES & ors Book Index 1758-1768

Marriage articles 11 Aug 1766 btw Thos PLOUGHMAN of Newtown Rathargid Co. Kildare, Gent eldest son of Wm PLOWMAN of  1st  pt Wm PLOUGHMAN of 2nd pt & James JACKSON of Spinians in Co Wicklow Gent & Jane JACKSON 2nd daughter  of James JACKSON of 3rd pt. & Benjamin HAYNES of Canny Cowd Co Kildare Esq, 7 James JOHNSTON of Baltinglass Co Wicklow Gent of 4th pt…. James JACKSON gave marriage portion sum of 300 pounds. William PLOWMAN demised lands in Newtown Rathargid, Co. Kildare.. WITNESS: William JACKSON of Spinians;, Gent;  son to James JACKSON. And John PLOUGHMAN of Rathargid, son to William PLOUGHMAN.

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441

169096

1767 Jan 16

ELLIOT & ors Book Index 1768-1776

to provide a jointure for Elizabeth JACKSON, (wife of John JACKSON), John JACKSON of Curluddy, Kildare [Kilkenny?] convents with John ELLIOT & Samuel CORBET, Gent of Durrow that when he becomes seized of any undivided pt of Portnescotty Portnecolty Dungoly? Carladdy in Kildare [Kilkenny?] as he is entitled from Elizabeth JACKSON, widow and of Ballinaboly Dunamggin & other to provide a jointure for Elizabeth JACKSON, (wife of John JACKSON), John JACKSON convents with John ELLIOT and Samuel CORBET that when he becomes seized of any undivided pt of Portnescotty Portnecolty Dungoly? Carladdy in Kildare [Kilkenny?]  as he is entitled from Elizabeth JACKSON, widow,and of Ballinaboly Dunamggin & other lands in Kildare plus Kilpeason in Limerick as he is is entitled to on the death of Edward VILLIERS or sooner if required, that he (John JACKSON) or his heirs will convey  sd lands in trust to John ELLIOT and Samuel CORBET, with further directions as to various circumstances recorded. WITNESSES: Lewis DUNN, Gent of Tubberb_ QUEENS; James HENDERSON, apprentice

Notes by Mike Stewart

NOTE: These townlands are all in Kilkenny, but the notes said Kildare. I have changed them accordingly.If I am wrong, it may be that Dunmggin is in the present day parish of Dunmanoge, Barony of Kilkea and Moon, Co. Kildare.  The townland of Ballynamoney, Parish of Kilkea is in the same Barony and borders on it. See also #77934 for another townland in that parish.

As near as I can tell, the townland of Corladdy, is in the parish of Portnascully, Barony Iverk, which is in the southernmost tip of Co. Kilkenny, near Co. Waterford. I wonder if the scribe doing the deed memorial had a few beer for lunch, and moved the property into Co. Kildare.

287

635

188507

1769 Feb 7

SLEIGH Book Index 1768-1776

William JACKSON Wheelright of Calverston Co Kildare demised to John SLEIGH late Surgeon to the 64th regiment of foot lands known as the Bush fields meared by Bog and High Roads on one side & Richard LOVINGS Esq Demesne on the other [more descry]  for 18 yeaars rent of 26 pounds. NOTE See JACKSONs of Athgarvan & Kineagh, Co. Kildare

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473

205820

1775 May 14

Will of John HUMPHREY(S), Dublin, Esquire. His nephew Richard HUMPHREYS of County Kildare, clerk. His friend Robert HAMILTON, Dublin, Esquire, second son of Alexander HAMILTON, late of said city, Esq., deceased, trustee. Thomas HUMPHREYS of KINGSTON, Jamaica, planter. His nephew William HUMPHREYS, kinsman John Butler, godson Henry BUTLER, third son of said John BUTLER. Mary the eldest daughter of said John BUTLER, then the wife of Benjamin YATES, Dublin. Margaret BUTLER, spinster, second daughter of said John BUTLER. Sarah BUTLER, youngest daughter of said John BUTLER, aged about six years. His cousin John BUTLER of Dublin, Esquire, and his nephew Richard HUMPHREYS, and executors. His real and personal estate in this kingdom or Great Britain. Witnesses: John MORRIS, Dublin, Esquire, John CHAMBERS, Dublin, timber merchant, James STAFFORD, Dublin, gent. Memorial witnessed by John CHAMBERS, James JACKSON. John BUTLER seal.

308

213

204466

1775 May 19

VANDELEUR & ors Book Index 1768-1776

1st July 1773 between Charles MINCHIN of Donneybrooke Co. Tipperary Esq. Sole executor named  in the last will and testament of Ann JACKSON late of Rutland in Kings Co. widow deceased and John JACKSON now an ensign in his Majesties fifth Regiment of foot heir and only son of Ann JACKSON of the one part and Crofton VANDELEUR of the City of Dublin & John Ormsby VANDELEUR of Maddenstown, Co. Kildare  Esq executors and trustees in the last will and testament of Richard VANDELEUR late of Rutland deceased… Charles MINCHIN & John JACKSON grant to VANDELEUR dwelling house and lands of Rutland containing 139A 20P & houses etc… for the natural lives of John JACKSON party thereto Frances JACKSON & Ann HAWKSHAW…

310

335

206749

1775 Dec 30

A memorial of a tripartite Indenture Articles of Intermarriage 30th Nov 1775 btw Catherine MARTIN of Naas, Co. Kildare and Mary MARTIN her daughter of the 1st pt; Charles LYNCH of the City of Dublin Linen draper of the 2nd pt; John FITZPATRICK of City of Dublin merchant & James MARTIN of Naas Brewer Trustees of the said Mary MARTIN of the 3rd art…. Catherine MARTIN pd 500 pounds as a marriage portion to Trustees on day of marriage to Charles LYNCH he giving his bond for said sum.

312

165

207868

1776 Apr 22

ROBINSON Book Index 1768-1776

John JACKSON of Kilcullen, Co Kildare demised  to George ROBINSON of Pimlico in Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore… lands that had come to John JACKSON as heir at law of Michael JACKSON deceased.. paying to John BOWLES of Coopers Hill, Queens Co 12 pounds stering very year during the life of his wife. NOTE: The connection to Co Kildare of the JACKSONs of Dublin.

317

579

220999

1779 May 3

FISHBOURNE Names Index: 1777-1785

Edward JACKSON, Chandler of Carlow Town releases properties mentioned as granted him by Robert BURTON, of Harristown, Co. Kildare, deceased  & William HUMFREY, Gent of Carlow Town, unto Robert FISHBOURNE, Watchmaker for £211.7.6 ster, subject to redemption.

Robert BURTON grants plot of ground lately held by Thomas CREETHORNE, in Dublin st Carlow town, to Edward JACKSON for life of Edward JACKSON James PROSSOR, son of James PROSSOR late of Carlow Town, deceased & William GIBSON, son of William GIBSON of Carlow Town, Gent. at rent mentioned, renewable for ever.

William HUMFREY grants to Edward JACKSON a dwelling house on corner of Castle st & Burrin st in Carlow town + dwelling house on Burrin St for lives of William JACKSON son of Edward JACKSON, William FISHBOURNE, 2nd son of William FISHBOURNE of Carlow Town and Samuel MITCHELL, 2nd son of James MITCHELL, Gent of Carlow Town for ever, with perpetual renewal, at rent mentioned. Thanks to Michael Stewart

NOTE: Parish of Harristown, Barony of Offally West, Co. Kildare.

328

473

221775

1779 Jan 1

His will Names Index: 1777-1785

William JACKSON of Calverston, wheelright, Co Kildare his will: to his wife Else JACKSON yearly sum of 5 pound daughter Elizabeth MURPHY otherwise JACKSON, Hannah TULLARE [or FULFOR?] otherwise JACKSON, Mary LAWLER otherwise JACKSON Christian TOOLE otherwise JACKSON & Sarah JACKSON married KARR 3 sons: William JACKSON of Calverston, Co. Kildare was a weaver; David JACKSON & John JACKSON

NOTE See JACKSONs of Athgarvan & Kineagh, Co. Kildare. Calverstown, Parish of Davidstown, Barony of Narragh and Raban.

330

168

221077

1779 Oct 1

FRENCH Names Index: 1777-1785

William JACKSON, victualler of Ballytore (?) Kildare to Richard FRENCH, merchant of Balltinglass Wicklow of one undivided moiety of Eadstone in Talbotstown (ba), Co Wicklow [154a 1r plantation measure] subject to rents and to redemption upon of £150 + interest.. WITNESSES: Matthew HAGGART, clerk to Alexander SPANNS [?] Atty at law, Dublin City; George CHILD, clerk to Humphrey FRENCH, merchant of Abbey St., Dublin. Notes by Mike Stewart.

NOTE: There is a JACKSON Quaker Tree with connections to Ballitore, Parish of Timoline, Barony of Narragh & Reban. 

333

128

222831

1780 Mar 6

ROBINSON Names Index: 1777-1785

John JACKSON of Killintin Co Kildare, Clke set over to George ROBINSON City of Dublin on annuity of 40 s which had fallen to him by the death of his sister Elizabeth MATTHEWS otherwise JACKSON. WITNESS: Joseph MALONE of Francis St Hosier & Thomas GRAHAM of the Upper Combe Linene Weaver.

371

52

24747?

1785 Aug 3

GEALE & ors Names Index: 1777-1785

Btw Richard JACKSON of Milmount Kings Co. Gent of 1 pt & Ebeneezer GEALE, Frederick GEALE, and Daniel GEALE and Daniel GEAL of  the City of Dublin of the other part. Richard JACKSON in Consid of 150 pounds sterling pd to him GEALEs granted part of the lands of Monasteroris called Millmount containing 148 acres 2 roods 20 perches Barony of Collestown, Parish of Monasteroris. Together with the land of Rabbitfield containing by estimation 200 acres and that part of Ballygibbon in the possession of Mary JACKSON containing by estimation  73 acres 1 rood 30 perchesthe said lands of Rabbitfield and Ballygibbon lying and being in the Barony of Carbury Co Kildare with all singular  the Rights of Members and Appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining yearly and other rents offices  [?] also stocks of Bulls Bullocks Cows Calves Horses Sheep and Lambs with all and singular the farming utensils of any kind or denomination whatsoever with all the Corn Hay and Potatoes that were at the ensealing & delivery of said deed on he the said Richard JACKSON his heirs  and assigns during the term thereunto [?] supplying the said Mary JACKSON or her assigns with and giving her or them the sole use and property in three Horses or Mares and three Milch Cows such as said Mary JACKSON or her assigns should [?]  for her or their own use and  Benefit to be dispersed as they think fit. To hold sd   several Lands premises with the appurtenances  to them the sd Ebeneezer Frederick Daniel GEALE their heirs and assigns for the life of Mary JACKSON provided the original Lease of sd Lands continue so long and the  Rents Issues and Profits thereof subject to the yearly Rent covenants and agreements in the Grand Leases  of sd premises contained and subject to Redemption or payment of the Sum of 100 pounds… WITNESSES: Robert DONOVAN Att of Law, Dublin, & Thomas CARR of Lime Kings Co Merchant.

NOTE: I can’t read my own handwriting on the memorial #.

398

68

262352

1788 Apr 30

OATES, Peter-MEADE 1786-1793

Peter OATS of Kill, Co Kildare

406

550

267400

1786 Jul 5

RICHARDSON Names Index 1786-1794

Strettell JACKSON, Gent Trustee of 1st part.  [Staining] Stoneneboly(?) ow Stonnebloy ow Boly & Rathspike ow Rathspick in Queens Co [730a 3r 2p plantation measure] : Strettell JACKSON & Richard HOLMES with consent of Robert ARMSTRONG, Gent of Athy Kildare lent £1000; Richard HOLMES & Joseph DEVONSHIRE since dead; Sarah ARMSTRONG, daughter of Robert & Sarah ARMSTRONG, lately married to John RICHARDSON of Cottage, Co. Kildare is intitled to sd £100 + int (deed 24 Sept 1782); thus mtg and deed for sd lands unto John RICHARDSON to hold for ever subj to redemption; the sum of £3000 due on mortgage was in full for marriage portion of Sarah ARMSTRONG jr..  Richard HOLMES, trustee to distribute assets of Joseph DEVONSHIRE to which Sarah ARMSTRONG was entitled as a first cousin; of Corke city. Stuart WILDEN of Kiln__y Queens Co. Registrar: John MOORE. Witnesses Abraham RYDER, Gent of Brey, Co. Kildare & Ruben HARVEY, merchant of Cork City.

Thanks to Vancouver Mike.

NOTE: The index referred to a Nicola JACKSON, but I didn’t see that name. The town of Athy included 3 parishes: Churchtown, St. Johns, & St. Michael, all in the Barony of Narragh and Reban aka Riban and Nara.

425

469

277883

1790 Nov

NEVILLE Names Index 1786-1794

Sarah JACKSON widow & sole executor of Charles JACKSON late Bishop of Co Kildare… lots of lands

425

469

277883

1790 Nov

NEVILLE Names Index 1786-1794

Sarah JACKSON widow & sole executor of Charles JACKSON late Bishop of Co Kildare… lots of lands.

NOTE: JACKSON: Sacred to the Memory of Mrs Sarah Jackson, Relict of Charles, Lord Bishop of

Kildare, who exchanged this life for a better on the 2211 day of October 1805. Aged 77. Her

Remains lie deposited near this place. (Wall of chapel in SE corner). Memorial inscriptions of Irish interest from Bath Abbey

This lady was probably English by birth. Her husband, Revd Charles Jackson, was a  native of Northamptonshire who came to Ireland as chaplain to the Duke of Bedford. He was advanced to the see of Ferns in 1761 and to Kildare four years later. He died in 1790. (Cotton, Fasti, ii, pp 48, 235).

436

345

282555

1791 Jun 4

JACKSON - PONSONBY Names Index 1786-1794

Edward Rowland JACKSON of Castleview Esq…. lands in Kilkenny & Kildare & Clare

436

469

282844

1791 Jun 20

PEPPARD, Patrick, farmer. Blackstown ow Blackweston Co Dublin + Kildare; Thomas CROKER Esq. Of Dublin to Patrick PEPPARD, farmer of Blackweston, Dublin for 41 years nickred

438

436

283174

1791 Jul 1

OLIVER, John- PHELAN 1786-1793

John OLIVER of Harristown  Co. Kildare, Yeoman of the one pt & George PHELAN of City of Dublin, Gent… John OLIVER demised House & tenement with the yard and shed ..known by the name number 6 then in possession of Charles ALTON.. on the north side of Cole Alley in the Liberties of Thomas and Donore..290 years unexpired in lease

454

522

293764

1764  Oct 27

JACKSON Names Index 1786-1794

1764 May 1. Between Anne WHITE Joseph BOARDMAN and Thomas JACKSON executors of the last will and testament of  William WHITE late of Harristown, Co. Meath deceased. Of the one part and Isaac JACKSON of Coolegegan, Kings Co., farmer of the other part… demised to Isaac JACKSON all the lands of Drehilt orwise Drehid as then in possession of said Isaac JACKSON containing by estimation 113 a & 2 roods in Barony of Carberry and Co. Kildare… lives of Joseph Knott then of Edenderry, Kings County, Wool comber Thomas Smith the eldest and only son of William SMITH of Athy in Co. Kildare, gent & Joseph BOARDMAN eldest son of Joseph BOARDMAN of Ballygurtain Kings Co., farmer, then aged about 18 years… rent 102 pounds sterling… Deed is witnessed by  Samuel EVES late of Edenderry Kings Co since deceased, Joseph CHURCH of  City of Dublin, Merchant,

 NOTE: Descendants of Nicholas Jackson held land at Drehilt, but they are from another Quaker Tree distinct from the one that the following belonged to. Mary BOARDMAN (1694-1740) married Thomas JACKSON (1698-1785) - b: 09 Nov 1698 in Oldcastle, Co. Meath d: 21 Jul 1785 in Edenderry, Kings Co., Ireland. - and one of their children was Isaac JACKSON (1723-1807). They were Quakers. Joseph BOARDMAN of Kings Co. and husband of Anne WHITE was Mary BOARDMAN’s  brother

457

201

298475

1792  Oct 6

JACKSON - LALL Names Index 1786-1794

Btw Henry JACKSON of French St., City of Dublin Esq of 1st pt &  John Hubert MOORE Esq Barrister of law 7  George SALL, merchant of City of Dublin of 2nd pt & Abigail CROOKSHANK of Kildare St in City of Dublin widow of 3rd pt. Recited that a marriage was intended btw the said Henry JACKSON & Abigail CROOKSHANK and that said Henry JACKSON was seized of lands of  Lisdooney & Clonboniff in Kings Co. by virtue of a lease made by Sir Wm PARSONS Bar deceased unto Robert JACKSON late of Grange in Kings Co Esq. deceased father of the said Henry for the lives of  sd Henry & George HOLMES late an Ensign in the 44th Regiment of Foot & that said Abigail CROOKSHANK  was then by virtue of her marriage arts made  Sept 20 1782 made upon her marriage with the late George CROOKSHANK late of sd City attorney at law deceased… tenements in Dolphins Barn & elsewhere. Property of Wm SALL [or SALE} of said City merchant, deceased,  & father of Abigail… George CROOKSHANK and Abigail SALE had one child, George, an infant under age 21 & Abigail was now possessed of her house in Kildare St. commonly known by #31…. NOTE: This was the Henry JACKSON of Grange, Birr, Kings Co.

479

483

308609

1794 Jul 31

JACKSON-ALDBOROUGH Names Index 1794-

Ann JACKSON of City of Dublin, Widow & Lucas Hunt JACKSON of Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow, Gent of the one part. & Rt Hon Earl of Alderborough of Belan in Co, Kildare of the other part whereas an indentured deed of agreement was made between John JACKSON of Corrageen, Co. Kildare Esq of the other part who did agree to take the dwelling house occupied by Lucas JACKSON in the town of Baltinglass with a field behind it during the term of three lives… late in the possession of Lucas JACKSON Gent deceased…. Then unto Lucas Hunt JACKSON, for lives of Lucas Hunt JACKSON, William Jacob JACKSON his brother & Dorothy DROUGHT daughter of John DROUGHT then late of Plunketstown, Co. Kildare… John JACKSON uncle of Lucas Hunt JACKSON was dead and by his will became vested in Anne JACKSON during her natural life and after her decease to Lucas Hunt JACKSON…. SEE: Nov 12, 1718, ROD 21-466-12148  John JACKSON of Athy leased lands of Currageen cont 630 acres, Barony of Kilkea and Moon, Co. Kildare.. lives of said John JACKSON & Sarah his wife.

504

282

327510

1796 Dec 14

JACKSON Names Index 1794-

Btw Thomas JACKSON of Edenderry Kings Co Merchant of the 1 pt & Isaac JACKSON Cooleyegorn [?] Kings Co Gent of the other pt.  Reciting indented deed of release 2 Apr 1772 Sir William PARSONs of Birr Kings Co Bart released to Samuel PEARSON of Clonin Kings Co 311 ½ acres of lands and towns of Clonad & Ballynamadagh in Barony of Coolys town, Kings Co.  for natural lives of him Samuel PEARSON,  Samuel BOARDMAN son of Joseph BOARDMAN of Jonestown, Kings Co., Gent & John THACKER  2nd son of John THACKER of Booleybog, CO Kildare Gent… Thomas JACKSON had attained the renewal for the life of Anthony JACKSON 2nd son of Thomas JACKSON in the place of Samuel PEARSON deceased… in consid of sum of 3,541  pounds 15s  8 1/2d. to him pd by sd Isaac JACKSON aforementioned townlands. NOTE: Thomas JACKSON (1698-1795) was the husband of Mary BOARDMAN (1694-1740). Joseph BOARDMAN was her brother.

544

244

362855

 

Anne MASON married a Richard SMALLMAN, Cordwainer She was a daughter of James MASON Cordwainer of Portarlington. NOTE: There is a Portarlington townland in Kings Co., one in Queens Co. & it is also on the border of Co. Kildare.

646

448

446922

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

1810 Nov 7

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

700

295

480177

1816 Mar 29

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]

Later Deeds

Year

File

Mem

Date

Transcription & Notes

1835

6

256

1835 Apr 11

Btw John M’LOUGHLIN of town of Monasterevan Co Kildare dealer of the 1st pt.. to Rachel Valentine Shopkeeper… land on Drogheda Street in Monastervin… lives of John M’LOUGHLIN, Catherin M’LOUGHLIN & Harvey CASSIDY. NOTE: Given the family story of the JACKSONs of Urker having land in Co. Kildare, which I have yet to find, and given that the wife of George JACKSON was Margaret M’LAUGHLAN – is it possible that the land in Kildare had come from the M’LOUGHLINs not from the JACKSONs?

1835

7

68

1835 Apr 6

BROWNE-HAMILTON Marriage arts

William BROWNE of Brownshill aka Chapelstown, Co. Carlow & Robert Clayton BROWNE, eldest son of William BROWNE…

JACKSON, Henry V – VANDELEUR, Crofton

Henry Vincent JACKSON of Mecklenburgh St., City of Dublin, Esq of 6th pt… marriage between Robert Clayton BROWNE & Harriett Augusta HAMILTON NOTE: Long deed – lots of description of lands and names of neighbours.

NOTE: Henry Vincent JACKSON of Inane, Parish of Roscrea, Co. Tipperary and of Fairy Hill, Bray, Co. Wicklow.

1836

16

9

1836 Aug 2

JACKSON, Henry V. – GALWAY, William

 Btw Catherine PEASON orse READ of Glasnevin, Co. Dublin, widow of 1st part; Henry Vincent JACKSON of City of Dublin Attorney at Law of 2nd pt & William GALWEY of Baggot St, Dublin of 3rd pt reciting that Catherin PEARSON alias READ  by virtue of will of  r[?] PEASON her father. NOTE: Henry Vincent JACKSON of Inane, Parish of Roscrea, Co. Tipperary and of Fairy Hill, Bray, Co. Wicklow.

1841

21

241

1841 Nov 6

JACKSON-FAWCETT

Marriage settlement dated March 14 1839 btw William JACKSON of Ballygibbon, Co. Kildare. Gent of the 1st pt & Matthew JACKSON of Edenderry, Kings Co., Gentleman and miller, son of William JACKSON. Of 2nd pt. Margaret FAWCETT eldest daughter of Thomas FAWCETT of Edenderry of 3rd pt. Thomas FAWCETT, father of Margaret of 4th pt. marriage was intended shortly to be had.. lands of Ballygibbon jointure, Parish and Barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare containing 222acres 2 roods 32 perches for life of William JACKSON or for term of 21 years…92 acres was in the actual possession and control of William JACKSON… lengthy deed.

NOTE: Ballygibbon East and Ballygibbon West are townlands in the parish of Carrick, Barony of Carbury where Jacksons held leases at the time of Griffiths Valuation.

1842

25

11

1842 Dec 19

FOSSITT-TINKLER

Deed btw Thomas FOSSITT of Ballymurreen, Co. Wicklow but late of Edenderry, Kings Co. Louth & Sarah FOSSITT otherwise NORTH his wife of 1 pt; Harrington TINKLER of Portarlington, Queens Co. Gent & said Sarah FOSSITT of 2nd pt; Rachel FOSSITT, Mary Anne FOSSITT, Sarah FOSSIT, Charlotte FOSSITT, and Rebecca FOSSITT five of the daughters of the said Thomas FOSSITT and Sarah his wife of Ballymurren House aforesaid of 3rd pt; Matthew JACKSON and Margaret JACKSON otherwise FOSSITT, his wife late of Millmount, Kings Co. but now of Prosperous, Co. Kildare Gent of 4th pt..refers to earlier 1837 deed FOSSITT-TINKLER.

NOTE: Prosperous Town is in the parish of Killybegs, Barony of Clane, Co. Kildare.

1847

13

16

1847 Aug 13

Conveyance of Susannah PEARSON elder otherwise YEATES of Green Hills, Co Dublin widow and executrix of Henry PEARSON late of Ballybough Bridge Co. Dublin, Cooper, deceased of 1st pt. Henry PEARSON of Marrowbone Lane, City of Dublin, Cooper. William ALLEN of Green Hills, farmer. Hannah ALLEN otherwise PEARSON his wife… [other family details] William Henry JACKSON of Upper Mecklenburgh St., City of Dublin Esq of 3rd pt. Henry Vincent JACKSON was the sole executor of the will of Henry PEARSON. PEARSONs released to William Henry JACKSON (ie in his actual possession) town and lands of Cranwellstown part of Kilteel, Barony of South Salt, Co. Kildare. NOTE: William Henry JACKSON (1811-1877) son of Henry Vincent JACKSON

1875

20

203

1875 May 13

William H. JACKSON – Henry V. JACKSON

Btw William Henry JACKSON of Mountjoy Sq. City of Dublin, Esq. & Mary JACKSON spinster his 2nd daughter of 1st pt & Luke CLIFF of Fitzwilliam Square City of Dublin Barrister of Law of 2nd pt… Henry Vincent JACKSON of Inane near Roscrea  Co. Tipperary of 3rd pt… marriage to be between Mary JACKSON & Luke CLIFF [sic Luke Sweetman EIFFE]… William Henry JACKSON granted to Henry Vincent JACKSON town and lands of Cromwellstown and part of lands of Kilteel in Barony of Salt, Co. Kildare. NOTE: This would be the 2nd Henry Vincent JACKSON (1842-1896), probably son of William Henry JACKSON  (1811-1877) & Cecelia WESTROPP (1822-1858)

1875

20

204

1870-1879

William H. JACKSON – Henry V. JACKSON

See above for detail … transfer of 3,000 pounds sterling as part of marriage agreement…

1875

48

164

1870-1879

William H. JACKSON – Wills C GASON

1876

28

156

1870-1879

William H. JACKSON – James P. HAMILTON

1876

28

267

1870-1879

Johanna V. JACKSON- James HAMILTON. NOTE: I am guessing this would be Johanna Vincent JACKSON

1888

49

188

1880-1889

Susan F. Hon JACKSON –William COLLES

A long deed with many parties including The Rev Alexander Cosby JACKSON Co.? (Middlesex?) & his wife the Hon Susan JACKSON of the 13th pt. NOTE: This would be Susan Francis JACKSON wife of Rev. Alexander Cosby JACKSON. Their daughter Augusta Frances converted to Catholicism.

1890

7

131

1890-1899

James JACKSON – Robert JACKSON

Memorial of indenture btw James JACKSON of Davidstown, Co. Kildare, Farmer of 1st pt & Robert JACKSON of Ballyshannon Mills, Kilcullen, Co. Kildare farmer of other pt…. in consd of 100 pounds pd by Robert JACKSON to James JACKSON…sell… lands of Wevill, Ballyshannon & Carrighill cont 73 acres 3 rods Irish Plantation measure.

1892

13

112

1890-1899

James JACKSON – John LaTOUCHE,

1892

15

73

1890-1899

Ann JACKSON – James SPENCE

Memorial of an indenture of a marriage settlement made by Anne JACKSON, widow of Parke Ave, Sandymount, Co. Dublin of 1st pt; William SMITH of Hollingstown, Co. Kildare of 2nd pt; Isabella M JACKSON (to be married) of Parke Ave Sandymount spinster of 3rd pt. & James SPENCE of 7 Lower Sackville  St., Dublin, Gent & Robert SAUNDERS of Edenderry, Kings Co., medical doctor, trustees of the 4th pt. … reciting indenture dated 10 July 1866 Frederick LINDSAY granted unto Anne LINDSAY.. lands of Killina as described in lease of 3 Jan 1825 when held by John LINDSAY & Joseph LINDSAY… granted 14 Sept 1868 granted to Anne JACKSON… secondly lands of Collinstown in Barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare abt 262 acres…

1893

36

147

1890-1899

JACKSON – Kate MURRAY
Memorial of a deed of charge btw William JACKSON, farmer and his wife both of Brewel, Co. Kildare of 1 pt & Kate MURRAY of Fryanstown, Co. Wicklow… land of Brewel 32 acres, Barony of Narragh & Reban East, Co. Kildare. To Kate MURRAY….Michael LYNCH of Naas, law clerk, subscribed as witness.

1897

53

66

1890-1899

John JACKSON

1898

17

228

1898 Mar 12

JACKSON – certification of title lands of Ballygibbon West containing 115 acres 3r 29 p statute measure, Barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare – fee simple. William JACKSON farmer of Ballygibbon West, Edenderry, Kings Co,

NOTE: Ballygibbon East and Ballygibbon West are townlands in the parish of Carrick, Barony of Carbury where Jacksons held leases at the time of Griffiths Valuation.

1898

19

178

1898 Mar 21

JACKSON-JACKSON

Indenture of assignment 18 Mar 1898 btw Richard JACKSON of Killenane, Co. Kildare, farmer of the one part and John JACKSON of Fairview, Dunlavin, Co. Kildare, rate collector. Of the other part. Reciting indenture of lease Aug 10 1841 and made between William Truelock BOOKEY of 1st pt & John JACKSON of 2nd pt and Richard JACKSON of 3rd pt where Richard JACKSON as beneficial owner did assign to John JACKSON lands of Canny Court containing 76 acres, Parish of Gilltown, Barony of South Naas, Co. Kildare.

NOTE: Killinane, Parish of Kilcullan, Barony Kilcullan, Co. Kildare.

NOTE: Dunlavin, parish of Dunlavin, now in Lower Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow – it is just across the border from Co. Kildare.

NOTE: Canny Court aka Kennycourt, parish of Gilltown, Barony of Naas South, where Richard JACKSON leased 122 acres at time of Griffiths Valuation.

1898

49

67

1890-1899

James D. JACKSON – Kildare Public Works

1899

4

43

1890-1899

Sidney JACKSON

1899

41

40

1890-1899

William JACKSON

1899

87

54

1890-1899

James D. JACKSON

1900

39

46

1900-1904

Mary JACKSON

1901

60

140

1900-1904

James JACKSON – William JACKSON

1901

81

238

1900-1904

Henry JACKSON

1903

47

148

1903 Jul 6

Anne JACKSON of Ballyhagan, Carbury, Co. Kildare, widow & Benjamin WALKER of Martin’s Row, Chapelizod, Co. Dublin Esq. of one part & rural council of Edenderry…under Settled Land Acts 1882-1890 as owners in fee… conveyed to Council. part of townland of Killinagh Lower, Parish of Kilpatrick, Barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare – 2 roods 16 perches.

NOTE: Ballyhagan is a townland of 1,115 acres , parish of Carbury, Barony of Carbury.

NOTE: Killinagh Lower is a townland of 651 acres, Parish of Kilpatrick, Barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare.

1904

27

190

1900-1904

Benjamin JACKSON

1904

33

103

1900-1904

Benjamin JACKSON

1904

37

128

1900-1904

Thomas JACKSON

1904

50

107

1900-1904

Francis R. JACKSON

1904

70

81

1900-1904

Francis R. JACKSON

1904

70

258

1900-1904

George JACKSON – Mary E. JACKSON

1904

87

143

1900-1904

Benjamin JACKSON

1905

1

189

1905-1909

George JACKSON -  William OSBORNE1828

1905

35

198

1905-1909

#1776 Benjamin JACKSON

1905

38

37

1905-1909

Charity J.A. JACKSON-Adelaide ORME

1905

41

194

1905-1909

Francis R. JACKSON- Thomas J. YATES

1905

52

154

1905-1909

George JACKSON #1829

1905

52

155

1905-1909

George JACKSON

1905

85

69

1905-1909

#1915 John JACKSON

1905

85

70

1905-1909

#1916 John JACKSON

1905

85

73

1905-1909

#1919 John JACKSON

1905

85

83

1905-1909

#981 John JACKSON

1906

35

90

1905-1909

Francis R. JACKSON- Francis R. JACKSON

1906

80

68

1905-1909

George JACKSON #3531 Monaghan

1906

80

224

1905-1909

George JACKSON

1907

39

77

1905-1909

Richard JACKSON -  Ann JACKSON #1836

1907

95

79

1905-1909

Ulster Bank Anne D. JACKSON

1908

20

256

1905-1909

Ulster Bank Anne D. JACKSON

1908

20

258

1905-1909

Ulster Bank Anne D. JACKSON

1909

93

103

1905-1909

Francis R. JACKSON- Patrick McMAHON of Athy

1909

100

113

1905-1909

Henry JACKSON #2441

1909

100

250

1905-1909

#2481 Robert JACKSON

1909

110

230

1905-1909

Francis R. JACKSON- Michael KELLY

1909

110

237

1905-1909

Francis R. JACKSON- Francis JACKSON

1912

138

10?

1910-1914

James JACKSON

 

 

 

 

 

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