1721 Jan 2
Transcribed by Dawn Lowe
Book 32, page 347, #19927
Will of Enoch Palmer, City of Dublin, Founder, Deceased
Dated 2 Jan 1721
To his nephew Enoch Makings 50 pounds sterling
To Cousin Josia(s) Jones and his wife --- pounds sterling apiece
To his the said Josias Jones’ 2 sons and daughters 40 shillings apiece
To the said Mary Jackson’s 4 children 20 pounds apiece
All which several legacies Enoch Palmer ordered paid out of money secured to him by Mt Armstrong and his son. Enoch Palmer bequeathed to his Father William Palmer during his natural life 12 pounds sterling paid quarterly from Enoch Palmer’s decease over and above the 8 pounds which is to be paid by Michael Jackson after the decease.
Enoch Palmer bequeathed to said Michael Jackson, husband to Enoch Palmer’s niece Mary Jackson his house and holding in Mary’s Abbey, Dublin, then in possession of Mr Meredith he the said Michael Jackson paying thereout yearly unto his the said Enoch Palmer’s brother Samuel Palmer during his natural life 24 pounds sterling by half-yearly payments.
Enoch Palmer bequeathed to his said brother Samuel his Lodging Room … and his clock together with all his linen and woolen clothes
Enoch Palmer bequeathed to Ambrose Bruff (or Bruss?) Enoch Palmer’s house and holding in Mary’s Lane, Dublin, then in possession of Peter Cillard together with all Enoch Palmer’s pewter and brass
The remainder and residue of Enoch Palmer’s goods are bequeathed to his said 3 nieces: Sarah Boyton, Mary Jackson and Elizabeth Makings equally divided. Said Will did appoint Michael Jackson and Michael Boyton of Dublin, Feltmaker, to be executors
James Clark, Dublin, Innkeeper
Samuel Oates, Dublin, Grocer
John Smith, Public Notary
Witnesses to the Memorial:
Alexander McPherson, Clerk to John Smith
Michael Jackson: Seal
Michael Boyton: Seal
John Smith has sworn that Enoch Palmer signed and sealed the Will
Registered 29 Jan 1721
Will Parry, Deputy Register
 Enoch PALMER, Dublin, founder. Son of William PALMER, and brother of Samuel PALMER
 Sarah BOYTON. A Sarah PALMER married a William BOYTON, Haberdasher, at St. Michans December 8, 1712.
 Mary JACKSON
 Elizabeth MAKINGS
 Enoch MAKINGS
 Josia(s) JONES
 The four children were most likely the children of Michael JACKSON and Mary McCRACKEN. I would assume that a sister of Enoch PALMER married an Unnamed McCRACKEN, hence the niece Mary who married Michael JACKSON: SEE: Jacksons of St. Catherine's Parish, Dublin: Michael JACKSON (b. 1684, son of Michael) married Mary McCRACKEN. Their children were William b.1714;James b. 1715; Elizabeth b. 1717 and Ann b. 1721. There were more children born after the date of this will.
 Mt [Mr.?] ARMSTRONG
 William PALMER, father of Enoch PALMER
 Michael JACKSON, husband to Mary
 Mary’s Abbey, Dublin
 Mr. MEREDITH of Mary’s Abbey, Dublin
 Samuel PALMER, brother of Enoch PALMER, son of William PALMER
 Ambrose BRUFF or BRUSS?
 Peter CILLARD
 Michael BOYTON, Feltmaker of Dublin. NOTE: He is likely a relation of William BOYTON, Haberdasher above.
 James CLARK, Dublin, Innkeeper
 Samuel OATES, Dublin, Grocer
 John SMITH, Public Notary
 Alexander McPHERSON, clerk to John SMITH
 William PARRY, Deputy Registrar
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