Book 502, page 460, #326030
Transcribed by Dawn Lowe
Dated 1 Oct 1791
NOTE: I am taking wild guesses about what these townlands might be.
Between Robert Fitzgerald, Newhall, County Clare, Gent, of the first part
Lucy Jackson, second daughter of John Jackson, of the third part
Reciting a marriage to be had between Robert Fitzgerald and Lucy Jackson and a marriage portion of 500 pounds secured … of the lands of Donebury Corbally Querin and Dreogh situate in said County with one annuity of 40 pounds payable out to said Lucy in case she should survive said Robert and further said John Jackson has agreed to pay to said Robert Fitzgerald 500 pounds sterling, the marriage portion of said Lucy, by yearly payment of 30 pounds sterling … 500 pounds will be fully satisfied or John Jackson did agree to charge and encumber the Town and lands of Leadgane Garanatoly Ballymaornan and all said Jackson’s rights with the said annuity of 30 pounds to be paid half-yearly to said Robert Fitzgerald …
James Hume, Millaugh, County Clare, Gent
Jonas Blackale, Millaugh, County Clare, Gent, subscribing witness and Witness to Memorial
Robert Fitzgerald: Seal
Registered 14 Oct 1796
 Robert FITZGERALD of Newhall, Co. Clare, Ireland
 John JACKSON sr. Gent, of Millslaugh, Co Clare
 Millslaugh, Co Clare NOTE: I do not know where this is. There is a Milltown in the Parish of Tulla. Clare, Ireland.
 Lucy JACKSON, 2nd daughter of John JACKSON. There is a townland of Molougha, Parish of Kilrush, Barony of Moyarta. Clare, Ireland.
 Donbury – possibly Donnybrooke, Parish of Feenagh or Doonaboy, Parish of Kilfearagh, Barony of Moyarta,. Clare, Ireland
 Corbally – there are two such townlands. One in Parish of Kilfearagh, Barony of Moyarta, and one in Parish of Clooney, Barony of Bunratty Upper. Clare, Ireland.
 Querin aka Querrin, Parish of Moyarta, Barony of Moyarta. Clare, Ireland
 Dreogh – possibly Dough, Parish of Kilfearagh, Barony of Moyarta,. Clare, Ireland
 Leadgane may be Leadmore, Parish of Kilrush, Barony of Moyarta. Clare, Ireland.
 Garanatoly may be Gaaraunnatooha, Parish of Kilmacduane, Barony of Moyarta. Clare, Ireland
 Ballymaornan may be Ballymacurtaun, Parish of Kilrush, Barony of Moyarta. Clare, Ireland.
 James HUGH of Millaugh, Co. Clare
 Jonas BLACKALE, of Millaugh, Co. Clare
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