INDENTURE 9 April 1770
John Johnston leased to Jacksons “All that and those the part or parcell of the Lands of Liscalgot aforesaid bounded on the south by Claranagh On the west by Drummuck and part of Liscalgot On the North by the Charter Lands  and M. Johnstons  two acres of Meadow and on the East by the River and Patrick and Owen Keenans  holding containing by estimation forty two acres and three roods profitable land ...” ... “Excepting and allowing preserving out of this demise unto the said John Johnston his heirs and assigns liberty of Fishing Fowling, Hunting and Hawking on the demised premises together with all Bogg Timber Marles Mines Minerals Quarries of Stone and Slate Timber Trees Wood and Underwood and all royalties and Immunities whatsoever with liberty for him his Heirs ....” ... “for and during the natural life of John Johnston  eldest son of John Johnston the lessor for and during the residue and remainder of the Term of Thirty one years....”
“... that they the said George Jackson and David Jackson and Under tenants shall grind at the Mill of Coolderry  or any mill or mills not three miles distant from the demised premises .... all the grindable corn which shall grow or be expended upon the premises during the demise and pay the Sixteenth grain for Toll or mulcture unto the said John Johnston ...”
[phrases about improvements]
Signed Sealed and delivered in the presence of
James Doyle 
Jon Crilly 
Jno Johnston 
A Memorandum added one half of a piece of meadow November 30, 1772
Present Richard Johnston 
Signed by John Johnston
 George JACKSON This could be either the George JACKSON (1718-1782) or his son the solicitor George JACKSON (Birth & death dates?).
 David JACKSON (d. 1796), son of George JACKSON (1718-1782).
 The Charter lands refers to the lands where the Charter School was housed and where George JACKSON Sr. served as schoolmaster.
 M JOHNSTON?
 Edward & Patrick KEENAN are listed in the 1766 Census as resident at Liscalgot.
 John JOHNSTON son of John JOHNSTON. I suspect he is the John JOHNSTON (1729-1816) who was the son of the infamous or legendary JOHNSTON of The Fews.. SOURCE: Creggan guide to Creggan Church and Graveyard. Kevin McMahon and Jim Murphy. Page 32: Here also lieth the remains of the said John JOHNSTON, who departed this life the 12th day of December 1816 aged 87 years.
 Coolderry Mill is just a short distance south down the Creggan River. I would estimate the distance to be about a kilometer.
 James DOYLE?
 John CRILLY?
 John JOHNSTON.
 Richard JOHNSTON is most likely the Richard JOHNSTON who was the husband of Anne JACKSON (the daughter of George JACKSON 1718-1782 & Margaret O'LAUGHLIN). She was a sister of David JACKSON.
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