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NAMES: George BARKLY aka BARTLEY of Lossit; James WILLSON of Ballybay; Agnes WILLSON aka Nancy WILLSON of Lossit and Dunremon akak Dunrimond aka Dunraymond; Timothy SLOAN of Creevagh; John HARRIS of Caddagh; Murray KATHRENS.
Sharon Oddie Brown. July 15, 2009


DEED 133 294 91084

1738 May 4


Regd th 2d Day of May 1749


NOTE: The Bartley (aka BARKLY aka BARKLEY) family tree is likely going to undergo some refinements and corrections as Wendy Jack and I work away on it. At present, we have Hugh BARTLEY as the son of George BARTLEY being the husband of and Agnes WILSON.


A Memorial of Articles and Agreement under hand and Seal bearing Date the Fourth Day of May one Thousand Seven hundred and Thirty Eight made between George BARKLY[1] James WILLSON[2] and Agnes WILLSON[3]  otherwise Nancy WILLSON all of Losett[4] and Dunremon[5] in the Parish of Kilmore and County of Monaghan and Witnesseth that said George BARKLY his heirs and assigns was to Possess and hold the Fourth part of the aforesaid Lands he then possessed giving off what he held over as mentioned in sd articles and to have the Fourth part of the Moss and Liberty of Turffe Drawing Free, which sd article are witnessed by James WILLSON of Ballybea Merchant Timothy SLOANE[6] of Creevagh[7] Farmer and John HARRIS[8] of Caddagh[9] Farmer all in the said County of Monaghan and this Memorial is witnessed by the said John HARRIS and Murray KATHRENS[10] of the City of Dublin Gent – George BARKLY (Seal) …

[1] George BARKLY, aka George BARTLEY of Lossit, Linen Draper. He died before 1752. He and his wife, Margaret ORR had six known children. Margaret ORR was a widow when she married George BARKLEY. Her previous husband was Alexander WILSON. They may or may not have had children and this may explain some of the names beneath.

[2] James WILLSON of Ballybay, Merchant.

[3] Agnes WILLSON aka Nancy WILSON. At present I have her as the wife of Hugh BARTLEY (died 1803).

[4] Losett There are four townlands named Losset. Going by BARTLEY holdings registered at the time of Griffiths (James BARTLEY & Margaret BARTLEY), I would suspect the Paris of Kilmore, Co. Monaghan is the appropriate one.

[5] Dunremon aka Dunraymond, Parish of Kilmore, Co. Monaghan.

[6] Timothy SLOANE of Creevagh, Farmer

[7] Creevagh 212 acres in the Parish of Tullycorbet, Co. Monaghan.

[8] John HARRIS of Caddagh, Farmer.

[9] Caddagh 296 acres in the Parish of Tullycorbet, Co. Monaghan.

[10] Murray KATHRENS



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