ROD Reference: Book 397, Page 227, No. 264082
Transcribed thanks to Wendy Jack. Footnotes by Sharon Oddie Brown.
Sibthorpe to Bailie & anr
Regd. 20th. Augt 1788
To the Regr appd by act of Parliamt for regrg Deeds Wills & C
A meml of an Indented deed of release bearing date the fifteenth day of May one thousd Seven hund and eighty eight & made between Robt Sibthorpe of Dunany in the Coy of Louth Esq of the one part and Jno Bailie and Robt Dickie both of Clonaleenan in the Coy of Louth afd. Gent of the other part whereby the said Robt Sibthorpe for the Considon therein mentd Did demise grant Set and to farm let unto Relase and Confirm unto the said Jno Bailie and Robt Dickie all that part of the town and lands of Augnaghavacky orse called Roachdale mentd and described in the Map thereunto annexed and Cont by the said map of arable pasture and red bog one hundred and Seventy nine acres one rood and thirty three perches plantn measure be the same more or less bounded on the North by the Lands of Tavamor on the South by Clonaleenan on the East by part of Anaghavacky Set to Saml. and Thos Bradford and by Carrickastuck and on the West by Shanmullagh and Courtbane Situate in the Upper half bo of Dundalk Manor of Roach and Coy Louth To hold said premes with the appurts unto the said Jno Bailie and Robt Dickie their heirs Eors admors and asss. as tenants in common and not as joint tenants for and during the natural life and lives of his Royal highness Geo Prince of Wales his Royal highness prince Fredk Bishop of Osnaburg and his Royal highness prince Wm Henry and the Survr & Survrs of them Subject nevertheless to such Interest as the heir of Reprens.of the revd Patt Simson then had on the said demised premes during the life of the said James Coulter of Carickastuck Farmer at the yearly rent of five Shills during the life of the sd Jas Coulter & from and immediately after his death at the yearly rent of One hund and fifty three pounds payable half yearly as therein mentd in which said Deed of release there is contd a Covt. of renl. for ever on paymt of a pepper Corn if demanded as a fine on the fall of each life which said Deed and this Meml are witnessed by Geo Twibill of Dundalk in the Coy of Louth Gent and by Const Rooney of Terfecken in sd Coy farmer Robt Sibthorpe (Seal) Signed and Sealed in the presence of Geo Twibill Const Rooney The above named Geo Twibill maketh Oath that he is a Subg witness to the Indre of which the above writg is a meml and saw the same duly Executed by the above named Robt Sibthorpe Jno Bailie and Robt Dickie the Executg parties thereto and this Dept Saith he is a Subg witness to the above Meml and Saw the same Signed and Sealed by the above named Robt Sibthorpe and Saith the name Geo Twibill Subd as a witness to said Deed and this Meml. to John Moore Gt depy Regr at the Regry Office Lower Castle Yard Dublin the 20th day of Augt 1788 at or near half after 11 oClock in the forenoon Geo Twibill Sworn 20th Augt 1788 before
Jno Moore Dep Reg
 Robert SIBTHORPE of Dunany.He 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.
 Dunany, Parish of Dunany, Barony of Ferrard, Co. Louth
 John BAILLIE (1692-1777) brother-in-law of Robert DICKIE. He married Dorothy SMITH and had seven known children.
 Robert DICKIE (1740-1825) son of Samuel James DICKIE and Mary BAILLIE aka BAILEY (1702-1762). He married Mary REID and they had nine 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).
 Tavamore. Based on looking at a map, I would suggest that this is Cavananore.
 Carrickastuck. SEE: http://www.thesilverbowl.com/maps/Carrickistuck.html
 Shanmulagh, Parish of Creggan, Co. Louth
 Courtbane, Parish of Creggan, Co. Louth
 Rev. Patrick SIMSON aka SIMPSON aka SYMSON aka SYMPSON of Philipstown.
 James COULTER. 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
 George TWIBILL of Dundalk
 Cnst ROONEY
 Terfecken,aka Termonfeckin, Parish of Termonfeckin, Barony of Ferrard, Co. Louth
 John MOORE, Deputy Registrar
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