Book 734, Page 306, No. 500642
Transcription thanks to Wendy Jack. Footnotes by Sharon Oddie Brown.
Dickie & Donaldson Deed of Partition
Regr. 24 Novr 1818 ½ past three
To the Regr appd by act of Parlimt for regg deeds wills &c. A Meml of a deed of partition bearing date the 18 day of Octr 1814 made between Jas Dickie of Carrickastuck in the Co. of Louth Genn of the one part & Alex Donaldson of Philipstown in the sd. Co. of the other part reciting that by deed dated the 18 day of Octr 1811 & made between Stewart King one of the Masters of his Majestys Court of Chancery in Ireland Esq of the 1st part The Rt Hon Jno Foster of Collon in the Co. of Louth surviving trustee named in the will of the late Rt Honble Frederick Visct. Boyne deced & Sir Chas Hamilton Bart Eldest son & Heir at Law of Jno Stewart Hamilton Bart formly Jno Stewart Hamilton of the City of Dublin Esq deced who was surviving trustee named & appd in & by a codicil annexed to the will of the sd Visct. Boyne deced of the 2d part Fredk Hamilton of Dunfurth in the Co. of Kildare Esr eldest son & Heir at Law of Frederick Hamilton late of Dunfurth afsd of the 3o part Chas Grant Esqr Capn in his majestys Royal Navy of the 4th part & the sd Jas Dickie & Alex Donaldson of the 5th part the sd Jno Foster Sir Jno Chas Hamilton Frederick Hamilton Richd Hetherington & Chas Grant pursuant to a decree of the sd Court of Chancery bearing date the 1 day of July 1808 in conson of the sum of £1673..10 deposited in the Bank of Ireland by the sd Jas Dickie & Alex Donaldson & of 10/- each by them pd. the the sd Jno Foster Sir Jno Chas Hamilton Richd Hetherington & Chas Grant they with the consent of the sd Stewart King did release and confirm to the sd Jas Dickie & Alex Donaldson then mentd. to be in their posson all that part of the Lands of Carrickastuck then in the tenure of Chas & Henry Coulter & their undertenants contg in the whole by Estimation 90 acres 2 roods & 20 perches plantation measure be the same more or less situate lying & being in the Manor of Brack Barony of Dundalk & Co. of Louth To hold sd premes with the appurs unto the sd Jas Dickie & Alex Donaldson their Heirs & assigns for ever & the sd Jas Dickie & Alex Donaldson having made partition of the sd Lands of Carrickastuck between them with the turf Bog thereto belong in manner following that is to say that the sd Jas Dickie his Heirs & assigns shd hold & enjoy to his only proper use thereof for ever all that part of said Lands of Carrickastuck occupied by himself & his undertenants contg by estimation 45 acres 2 roods & 30 perches togr with 1 acre 1 rood & 27 perches of the Bog marked No. 4 in the Map then in the posson of sd Jas. Dickie & his undertenants bounded on the East North East & North by that part of Carrickastuck marked No 2 in the Map the property of Paul Parks Esq & then occupied by Jas Pollock also on the East by part of the Lands of Barronstown occupied by Patk Lawless Junr & Wm. Foster Esqe on the south west by part of the Lands of Clonalunan the property of Mr Robt Dickie on the North west by Annaghvackey bog the property of sd Robt Dickie & Mr Andw Bradford & also part of the Lands of Annaghvackey the property of Messrs Saml & Andw Bradford & on the North west & North by part of the Lands of Cavananore the property of sd Andw Bradford save & except out of the above mentd boundary 1 acre 1 rood & 26 perches of the Bog marked No. 4 the property of Paul Parks then in the posson of Jas Pollock for the full moiety share or proportion of the sd Jas Dickie of in & to the sd Lands of Carrickastuck & turf Bog thereunto belong. & that the sd Alex Donaldson his Heirs & assigns shd. hold enjoy to the only proper use of the sd. Alex Donaldson his Heirs & assigns for ever that part of the sd Lands of Carrickastuck then in the actual posson of Henry Coulter contg by estimation 44 acres 3 roods & 30 perches togr with 1 acre 1 rood & 27 perches of the Bog marked No 4 in the Map then in the posson of Henry Coulter & included within the boundarys wh describes Jas Dickies part of sd Lands be the same more of less bounded on the North by the River wh seperates it from the Lands of Shortstone the property of Mr Jno Bailie on the East & south East by the stream wh seperates it from Cloughmagniggan the property of Hugh Cullan on the south by part of the lands of Barronstown the possd by Jas Lawless & on the south west south & north west by that part of the lands of Carrickastuck marked No 2 in the Map the property of Parks Esq than in the posson of Jas Pollock & his undertenants for his full moiety share or proportion of the sd Alex Donaldson of in and to the sd Lands of Carrickastuck & turf bog thereunto belongg wh sd deed & this meml are resply witnessd by Paul Parks of Dundalk in the Co of Louth Revenue officer & Alex Parker of sd Co & town shoemaker. Alex Donaldson (seal) Jas Dickie (seal) signed sealed & delivered in presence of Paul Parks Alex Parker. The within named Paul Parks maketh oath that he saw the within named Jas Dickie & Alex Donaldson duly execute the deed of partition whereof the within writing is a Meml & also saw the sd Jas Dickie & Alex Donaldson sign & seal this meml & that he this dept is a subscribing witness to sd deed of partition & Meml & that the name Paul Parks subscribed as a witness to sd deed of Partition & Meml is dept name & his own proper hand writing Paul Parks. Sworn before me at Dundalk in the Co. of Louth this 23 day of Nov 1818 by virtue of a Comn to me directed & I know the dept. John Townley. A true copy E Woodhouse.
 James DICKIE of Carrickastuck – the “of Carrickastuck” confuses me. Otherwise, I would have thought it was James DICKIE (1771-1835) of Clonaleenan.
 Carrickastuck SEE: http://www.thesilverbowl.com/maps/Carrickistuck.html
 Alexander DONALDSON (1771-1843) of Philipstown. He never married.Son of Andrew DONALDSON and Catherine BAILLIE.
 Stewart KING
 John FOSTER. 1st Baron Oriel (1740 – 23 August 1828) SOURCE: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Foster,_1st_Baron_Oriel
 Collon , Parish of Collon, Co. Louth. There is a photo of the FOSTER home at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Foster,_1st_Baron_Oriel
 Rt Honble Frederick Visct. Boyne aka Frederick HAMILTON
 Sir Charles HAMILTON Bart d. 1818 at which point the title of the Hamilton Baronetcy, of Dunamana in the County of Tyrone became extinct. Son of Sir John Stewart HAMILTON.
 John Stewart HAMILTON (c1740-1802) formally of the city of Dublin Esq. deceased
 Frederick HAMILTON of Dunfurth, Co. Kildare, Esq. eldest son of Frederick HAMILTON Esq.
 Dunfurth, Co. Kildare
 Capt. Charles GRANT Esq. Capt. in his Majesty's Royal Navy. On Jan 25, 1818, he was appointed to the Most Honourable Military of the Bath. SOURCE: London Gazette, Sept 16, 1815. He was the son of Sir James GRANT & Anne COLQUHOUN and lived at Cardonay, Scotland. SOURCE: www.theperage.com
 Charles COULTER son of James COULTER. He probably married Mary McCORMICK. He was Annaghavackey, and died after 1791.
 Henry COULTER, son of James COULTER. His wife is unknown, but he had a son, Ralph COULTER.
 Paul PARKS (1767-1845), Co. of Louth revenue officer. Husband of Susannah BAILIE.
 James POLLOCK
 Patrick LAWLESS jr.
 William FOSTER Esq.
 Robert DICKIE (1740-1825) son of Samuel James DICKIE and Mary BAILLIE, and husband of Mary REID.
 Andrew BRADFORD. I am guessing that this is Andrew Coulter BRADFORD (1788-1847), Thomas BRADFORD & Elizabeth BREAKEY.
 Samuel BRADFORD. This is probably Samuel BRADFORD sr. (1739-1818) husband of Margaret HENRY.
 Andrew BRADFORD. I am guessing that this is the same Andrew Coulter BRADFORD above.
 Shortstone. There are two townlands: Shortstone East & Shortstone West, both in the Parish of Roche. I would expect that Shortstone West is the townland in question. In the 1854 Grifffiths Valuation, pretty much the whole townland is owned in fee by a Robert BAYLEY. The only part that is not is a house and small garden held in fee by Mary COULTER, who would have been the widow of Samuel COULTER who was murdered in 1851. Her maiden name was BAILIE.
 John BAILLIE. This may be the John BAILLIE (1730-1810), but since he would be already dead, there may be another one that I have yet to unearth.
 Cloughmagniggan I suspect this is Clonaleenaghan aka Clonaleenan, Parish of Creggan, Co. Louth.
 Hugh CULLAN
 Barronstown, Parish of Barronstown, CO. Louth.
 James LAWLESS
 Alexander PARKER, shoemaker in Dundalk. In 1834, an Alexander PARKER married Mary BRADFORD of Cavananore, Co. Louth. See: http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1857Aug1-COULTER-CHARLETON.html
 John TOWNLEY
 E. WOODHOUSE
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