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I would appreciate input from anyone researching this family.
Sharon Oddie Brown. January 20, 2009

MENARY PRONI CATALOGUE REFERENCES

 

Reference

Date(s)

Description/Item

D462/17429

1821  Oct 29

 Lease of 35ac.3r. 24per. I.P.M. for 20 years from 1 May 1821. Rent: £14:0:11 p.a. 1st 8 years, £14:17:4 p.a. next 3 years, £16:13:3d p.a. remainder. Jas. Lyne, Dublin to John Menary, Killcrany, Co. Armagh. Maghery, Killcrany, Co. Armagh.

D462/17329

1821 May 1

Lease of 8ac. 2r. 21 per. I.P.M. for 20 years from 1 May 1821. Rent: £3.6s.3d p.a.- 1st three years, £ 3d p.a.- next 8 years, £3.18s. p.a. - remainder. Jas. Lyne, Dublin to John Menary, Killcrany, Co. Armagh. Maghery, Killcrany, Co. Armagh.

ARM/5/2/17

1832

Return of the Registered Freeholders of

D1854/6/5

1842 September -1845 April 1

Letter book for Earl Annesley's agent's

D313/15725

1843 April

Lease (with covenant for renewal) for 20 years from 1 November 1842 of 2r. of land on which Cavanbelaughy Presbyterian Church is built. Rent 2s 6d p.a. Sir James Mathew Stronge, Tynan Abbey, Co. Armagh, and William Anderson, Bracknogh, Alexander Menary, Cavanbelaughy, and David Wilson, Kilcarn, all in Co. Armagh. Canbelaughy, Co. Armagh.

D462/2168

1848 March

Assignment of leases (See D462/197 and D462/200). Considn: £76. 10s. Geo. Carson, Lisdrumbrocas, Co. Armagh, to Wm. Menary, Maghery Kilcarany, Co. Armagh

D462/21720

1849 January

Assignment of part lease of 2ac. 2r. 10p. I.P.M. (See No. 173) Considn: £30. John Menary to Wm. Menary, both of Maghery Kilcrany, Co. Armagh.

D889/2/46

1851 - 1898

 

A bundle of c.50 documents relating to the estate of John Menary, Euphrasia, Co. Simcoe, Canada including Crown Sale Grant of 100 acres in Euphrasia, Canada. General Power of Attorney from Ann Menary to Howland, Arnold and Lyerson. Copy Will of John Menary. Copy Mortgage, Copy Affidavit, Copy Release of Legacy, also letters and receipts, etc.  [1851] - [1898]

NOTE: Email from Brian WOODS: the bundle D889/2/46  refers to the estate of John Menary of  Drumhirk.  ... The estate was eventually administered by Anne Menary (nee  Dunwoody) widow of John's son Joseph who died intestate having just returned  from a visit to brother in Euphrasia and prior to taking his own family out  there to emigrate.  If there are about 50 docs in the package,  then there may be more of interest that we have available at the moment. We  have letters of administration, judgement in Canada and  Ireland.

D/25723

1874 April

P.R. Gt. (I.) Wm. Menary, Maghery, Co. Armagh. NOTE: This would be the husband of Mary JACKSON. He died Feb 7, 1875 and a court case ensued. The relevant documents are on my site under the date of 1875.

D/2649

1875 March

Armagh Gt. (P.) D.B.N. Wm. Menary, Maghery NOTE: See above.

D1252/24/3/427

1885 October

Printed letter of invitation from James Malcolm, James Orr, Jacob Orr, J. Buckby Atkinson to a meeting at The Imperial Hotel, Portadown, 10th October at 4 p.m. "To consider what steps are to be taken regarding the representation of North Armagh." Headed "Urgent". Enclosures include the text of a first resolution "that having regard to the difficulty felt by the Solicitor General in opposing, as an officer of the government, another candidate professing to belong to the same party, we hereby release him from his undertaking to become the candidate for North Armagh". List of names of c.35 people present at meeting.Rough notes of meeting in the hand of J.B. Atkinson. Proposed by Mr. J. G. Livingston and seconded by Mr. [ ]{Ms. Blank} that James Malcolm Esq. D.L. take the chair. Mr. Atkinson made a statement, read a letter from Mr. Monroe asking his withdrawal.1st resolution: Moved by William John Paul and seconded by Mr. William Mahaffy: passed unanimously. Proposed by Mr. Thornton and seconded by Mr. Livingston that Mr. James Malcolm do run for North Armagh. Proposed by Arthur Thornton and seconded by Richard Matchett that no man be proposed. Mr. Jacob Orr and Mr. Sinclair against a candidate. Mr. Menary moved that Sir William Verner Bart, be asked to stand. [etc.]
A presentment to get the old road stocked up from the point where the new piece was made to John Menary's house; this road is frequently covered with water after heavy rains, nearly impassible and it is uselesss keeping up two lines on the County which lead to the same point. ...

D1928/L/98/118

1889 December

Draft lease from the Rt Hon. William, Barony Lurgan, Brownlow House, Lurgan, to Thomas Menary, Lurgan.

D1928/L/97/1110

1896 August

Draft lease from the Rt Hon. William, Barony Lurgan, 21 Lowndes Square, London, to Thomas George Menary, Lurgan. 

BELF/1/2/2/7/4816

1897 September

Robert Graham and Samuel Menary - obtaining money under false pretences. Bill Nos. 20-22

BELF/1/2/2/7/4916

1897 September

Robert Graham and Samuel Menary – obtaining

BELF/1/2/2/7/5116

1897 September

Robert Graham and Samuel Menary – obtaining

BELF/1/2/2/7/5016

1897 September

Robert Graham and Samuel Menary – obtaining

D2410/16 1906 Jun 22 Samuel S. Small with William Menary, Commercial Traveller, Keady. Copy Agreement for sale for the sum of £200. States conditions. House and property in Keady.

D1928/L/86/331 

1908 December

Draft lease from the Rt Hon. William, Barony Lurgan, 21 Lowndes Square, London, to Thomas George Menary, Lurgan.

CAB/9/Q/9/48

1965-1967

Rt Hon. William Craig MP, Minister of Development

LR1/1275/2 1850-1929 Mary J Menary, County Down, Record Number NI 00200, Box 1275.

 

 

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