1795 July 6 COULTER DICKIE
NOTE: I have transcribed this using voice recognition, and even though I have trolled through it looking for errors, this does not mean that the following transcription is error free. It is the best that I can do at this time – given other calls on my time. I have yet to run down information on many of the names – but have left room in footnotes to add it later. Sharon Oddie Brown.
A Memorial of the within deed was entered in the Register Office in the City of Dublin the eleventh day of July one thousand seven hundred and ninety five at half after eleven o'clock in the forenoon in Book 476 page 429 and number 315515 and the Execution of the said Deed and Memorial was duly proved pursuant to an Act of Parliament in that Case made and provided.
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J. Moore Dep Regr
This indenture made the sixth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety five Between Charles Coulter of Roachdale in the County of Louth farmer of the one part and Robert Dickie of Clonaleenan in the said County gentleman of the other part. Witnesseth that the said Charles Coulter for and in consideration of the sum of £50 to him in hand paid by the said Robert Dickie at or before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged and also for and in consideration of the Rents and covenants herein after reserved and mentioned. [?am] demised granted let and two farm let released and confirmed and by these presents Demised Granted Let and to Farm Let Release and confirm unto the said Robert Dickie in his actual possession now being by virtue of a bargain and sale to in thereof made by the said Charles Coulter to the term of one whole year by indenture being date the date next before the day of the date hereof in consideration of five shillings sterling also by force of the statue for transferring uses into possession and to his Heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns all that and those that part of the lands of Carrickastuck formerly occupied by Samuel Moffett and now in the occupation and possession of the said Robert Dickie and his Undertenants containing by estimation 18 acres Irish plantation measure be the same more or less together and by that part of the bog of Carrickastuck aforesaid formally Let and [apart?] for the said term and hereto for occupied by the said Samuel Moffett and his Undertenants and by the said Robert Dickie and his Undertenants there with [?]lying [fold in document – can’t read] Manor of Dundalk and County of Louth aforesaid together with all ways and Easements Houses Buildings Yards and Appurtenances thereunto belonging or there with usually held and enjoyed excepting and always reserving unto the heirs of the late Robert Sibthorpe Esq. and their Assigns all mines minerals and royalties whatsoever and as and singular other the matters and things excepted and reserved by the grand lease of the said premises made by the said Robert Sibthorpe to the said Charles Coulter party hereto and Henry Coulter his brother. To have and to hold all and singular in the said premises with the appurtenances except as before excepting unto the said Robert Dickie and his Heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns for and during the natural life and lives of James Coulter the elder of Carrickastuck aforesaid farmer Ralph Coulter son of Henry Coulter of Carrickastuck aforesaid farmer and William Coulter and Charles Coulter sons of the lessor and the survivors and survivors of them or for and during the term of 41 years to be computed from the day of the death of said James Coulter the elder which ever should last longest he the said Robert Dickie his heirs executors and administrators or assigns yielding and paying therefore and thereout yearly and every year for and during the natural life of the said James Coulter the elder by yearly rent or sum of £18 and from and after the death of the said James Coulter the elder. Yielding and paying therefore and thereout yearly and every year during the residue of the term hereby granted [?] yearly [?] sum of £25 Sterling over and above all Taxes deductions and impositions whatsoever (Leet and Crown rent only Excepted to the said respective of any rents of 18 pounds and 25 pounds to be paid and payable half yearly as the same shall respecting become due and owing by two even andequal half yearly Moieties one every first day of May in first day of November in every year the first payment of said yearly rent of 18 pounds to be made on the first day of November next and thence for continue on every first day of May and first [fold in paper] and day of November the said James Coulter the executor and the first payment of the
Yearly rent of 25 pounds something sterling to be made on the first of said Gale days which shall next happen after the death of the said James Coulter the elder and so to continue the aforesaid during the residue of the said term. And if it shall happen that the said respective reserved yearly rent of 18 pounds and 25 pounds or either of them or only part thereof shall be behind or unpaid by the space of 21 days next after any of the said days of payment whereon the same ought to be paid therefore aforesaid then and in such [?] it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Charles Coulter his heirs executors administrators or assigns unto the said demised premises or any part thereof to enter and destrain and the distress and distresses thereunto therefore to Take Lead Drive and Carry away and the same to dispose of according to law until such rent or arrears thereby shall be fully satisfied and paid together with such reasonable costs and charges as the said Charles Coulter his heirs executors and assigns shall be at or put to on account of his or their restraining or aforesaid. And in case no sufficient Distress can be had or found on the said demised premises to answer such arrears of rent as may happen at any time or times to be behind and unpaid as aforesaid then and in such case it shall and may be lawful to and for the said Charles Coulter his heirs executors administrators or assigns on to the said demised premises or any part thereof in the name of the whole to reenter and the same to have again repossess and enjoy as in his or their former estate anything herein contained to the contrary thereof in any wise notwithstanding. And the said Robert Dickie will for himself his Heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns by these presents that he the said Robert Dickie his heirs executors administrators or assigns shall and will well and truly pay or cause to be paid unto the said Charles Coulter the heirs executors administrators or assigns the said reserved yearly rents of 18 pounds and 25 pounds on the days and times and in manner and form before mentioned for payment thereof according to the reservation before mentioned and the [?] intent and meaning of the Presents. And that he the said Robert Dickie his Heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns shall and will Grind all Malt Corn and grain that shall be expended on the premises or Ground for sale at the Mill of Philipstown and pay the usual toll or Mulchure for Grinding the same or in default thereof shall forfeit and pay unto the said Charles Coulter his Heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns the sum of five shillings per barrel for every barrel ground at any other Mills contrary to the true intent and meaning of these presents and also shall and will as often as he or they shall be legally committed to do suit and service at the Courts Leet of the Manor of Records and Castletown and pay the Seneschal of said Manor the usual fees or Leet money and will and truly keep and perform all and singular other the Covenants and agreements in the original or grand lease of the premises contained nor herein particularly specified which on the Tenant or Lessees part [?] ought to be performed and kept. And the said Charles Coulter for himself his Heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns covenant promise and agre to and with the said Robert Dickie his Heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns by these presents that he the said Robert Dickie and Heirs Executors Administrators and Assigns paying the rent and performing the covenants and agreements herein Expressed when on his and their part ought to be paid done and performed shall and may during the said term hereby granted peaceably and quietly have hold occupy possess and enjoy the said demised premises with the appurtenances (Except as before excepted without the [?] molestation or interruption of him the said Charles Coulter his Heirs, Exors Admins or Assigns in or any other person or persons lawfully claiming in claim by from or under them or any of them. In witness whereof [?]
Charles Coulter Robert Dickie.
 Charles COULTER He is the son of James COULTER and brother of Henry COULTER. Other deeds connect him to Annavacky, which is also called Roachdale. There are earlier deeds that also shed light on the family connections (1734)
 Robert DICKIE (Abt 1740-bef 1825). This is probably the Robert DICKIE who married Mary REID. He died before 1825 at age 80 and was buried in the Kane Graveyard – but unfortunately, the date of his death was illegible. According to Statement of John Dickie of Casino: " he was... brought up to the linen business being what was then known as a linen draper supplying weavers with yard and buying and bleaching the linen cloth when woven. After some time, Lord Moyne's estate was sold and my grandfather [Robert] bought his portion becoming owner in fee simple." According to the family tree of the DICKIE family, 1993 at Dundalk library, he was "Of Clonaneenan (granted the freedom of the City of Dundalk 1782)" He had 9 known children.
 Clonaleenan, Parish of Creggan, Co. Louth. 311 acres. It is bounded by Barronstown to the east, Carrickastuck and Annaghvacky to the north, Shanmullagh to the west and Derryfalone to the south (amongst others).
 Samuel MOFFATT
 Robert SIBTHORPE was an MP for Co. Louth and a local landlord. He served in India for some time. SOURCE: http://www.bomford.net/IrishBomfords/Chapters/Chapter15/Chapter15.htm NOTE: He was a landlord involved in many transactions involving these related families.
 Henry COULTER, of Carrickastuck and brother of Charles COULTER. Their father was probably James COULTER, the elder.
 Ralph COULTER (Bef 1772-1850),, son of Henry COULTER
 William COULTER, son of Charles COULTER, b. abt 1789
 Charles COULTER, son of Charles COULTER, b. abt 1791
 James COULTER the elder. In the July 6, 1795 deed, he is referred to as James COULTER the elder. He was the father of Charles and Henry COULTER He was born bef 1734. SOURCE: he is mentioned in1735 Aug 27 DEED: 80 473 56629 mentioned as son of Charles COULTER, and in 1734 Mar 11 DEED: 82 179 57452
 Philipstown, Parish of Philipstown, Co. Louth.