1803 Dec 5
DEED: 583 237 396572
NOTES from my 2009 diary.
Charles COULTER of Annavacky, Co. Louth, Gent 1st part Owen ROONEY of Carrickistook, farmer of the other part. COULTER demised to ROONEY part of lands of Carrickistook 2 Acres during natural lives of William COULTER & Charles COULTER sons to the Lessor and Ralph COULTER son of Henry COULTER of Carrickistuck, farmers … term of 41 years after the death of James COULTER the elder mentioned in a lease perfected to Charles COULTER. WITNESS: Patrick CONNOLLY of Cavanamore and Edward GREGORY of Dundalk, both farmers of Co. Louth & Mary PAGE, wife to Stephen PAGE of Dundalk, Gent.
 Charles COULTER of Annavacky, Co. Louth, Gent. I suspect this is the Charles COULTER, son of James COULTER (b bef 1734) and grandson of Charles COULTER (?-bef 1776) and Mary McEVERS. He had two children, William COULTER and Charles COULTER as well as a brother, Henry COULTER.
 Annavacky a townland of 369 Acres in the Civil Parish of Creggan, Barony of Upper Dundalk, Co. Louth.
 Owen ROONEY of Carrickistook, farmer
 Carrickistook aka Carrickastuck, a townland of 229 acres in the Parish of Phillipstown, Co. Louth.
 William COULTER son of Charles COULTER of Annaghvacky.
 Charles COULTER son of Charles COULTER of Annaghvacky.
 Ralph COULTER son of Henry COULTER of Carrickistuck, farmers and grandson of James COULTER and great-grandson of Charles COULTER (?-bef 1776) and Mary McEVERS.
 Henry COULTER of Carrickistuck, farmer, son of James COULTER and grandson of Charles COULTER (?-bef 1776) and Mary McEVERS.
 James COULTER the elder, son of Charles COULTER (?-bef 1776) and Mary McEVERS. Of Carrickastuck, Co. Louth.
 Patrick CONNOLLY of Cavanamore, farmer. There was a P. CONNOLLY who was a magistrate, but I don’t know if this was him.
 Cavanamore aka Cavananore. – a townland of 219 acres in Upper Dundalk, Co. Louth
 Edward GREGORY of Dundalk, farmer
 Mary PAGE, wife to Stephen PAGE of Dundalk, Gent.
 Stephen PAGE of Dundalk, Gent. Attorney. In 1834, he was listed as a Commissioner of affidavits. There was a PAGE family, well known in Dundalk. A Mr. Peter RUSSELL who was a corn merchant and rectifying distiller in those large buildings and stores adjoining St. Nicholas' Church, once belonging to the famous Page family. SOURCE: Tempests Jubilee 1909 p104. In the 1842 Voters list, a William PAGE was listed as a leaseholder at Silverbridge.In 1834, he was listed as a Commissioner of affidavits. NOTE: In the Louth County Archives are some documents that would seem to indicate more of a COULTER-PAGE connection. I should possibly have paid a little more attention (when I wasn’t freaking out about my computer overheating and locking up!!!)
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