ROD Reference: Book 751, Page 451, No. 510986
Transcribed thanks to Wendy Jack. Footnotes by Sharon Oddie Brown.
Donaldson to Coulter
Regd. 3 May 1820 at or nr. 20 min af 2 OC
To the Register appointed by Act of Parlt. for Registg. Deeds Leases
A Memorial of an Indenture of Lease bearing date the 28th day of Jany. 1819 Made between Alexr. Donaldson of Phillipstown in the Coy. of Louth Gentn. of the one part And Henry Coulter of Carrickastuck in sd. Coy. farmer of the other part Whereby it is recited that by Indre of the 18th of Octr. 1811 Stewart King Esqre. one of the mastrs. of the Court of Chancery in Ireland Did for the consons therein mentd. Grant bargain sell release & Confirm unto Jas Dickie of Carrickastuck afsd. & the sd. Alexr. Donaldson (party hereto) & their heirs & assigns All that & those that part of the Lands of Carrickastuck afsd. now or lately in the possn. of Chas. Coulter & the sd. Henry Coulter (also party hereto) & their undertenants contg. 91Acs 2r 20p plantation measure situate in the manor of Roach & Barony of Dundalk & Coy. of Louth afsd. And that by Indre of the 18th of Octr. 1814 Jas. Dickie & Alexr. Donaldson did make partition and division of the sd. Lands & Premises & that the sd. Alexr. Donaldson should enjoy in severally all that part of the sd. Lands & premises then & now in the possessn. of sd. Heny. Coulter containing by estimation 44ac 3r 30p & more particularly described by the sd. Deed as the share of the sd. Alexander Donaldson And sd. Deed further recites that said Alexr. Donaldson for the considons therein mentd. did demise & set unto the sd. Heny. Coulter sd. Last herein before recited lands & premises from the 1st day of Novr. then last past for the life & Lives of Robt. Dickie Joseph Dickie & James Dickie 3 of the sons of Jas. Dickie of Carrickastuck afsd. Gentn. & the survivor & survivors of them & for & during all such other life & Lives as should for ever thereafter be added thereto by virtue pf the Covt. for perpetual Renewal therein contd. at the yearly rent of £61..12 Sterg. payable half yearly at May and Novr. And sd. Deed contd.several other Covts. And sd. Deed & this meml. are duly & respectively witnessed by John Getty of Dundalk in the Coy. of Louth Apothecary & Robt. Getty of Dundalk afsd. Mercht. Ralph Coulter (seal) signed sealed & delivered in presence of Jno. Getty Robt. Getty. Robt. Getty of Dundalk in the Coy. of Louth Gentn. maketh oath & Saith that he is a Subscribing witness to the Deed of which the above writing is a meml. And that he saw sd. Deed duly signed sealed & Executed by Alexr. Donaldson & Henry Coulter the exing parties thereto And is also a subscribing witness to this meml. & saw same duly signed sealed & Executed by Ralph Coulter the exing party And saith the name Robt. Getty subscribed as a witness to sd. Deed & to this meml. respectively is this depts. proper name and handwriting & further saith that he delivered sd. Deed and Memorl. to Frans. Armstrong Esqre.Deputy Register at the register office Kings Inns Quay on the 3rd. day of May 1820 at or near 20 minutes after 2 OClock on said Day Robt Getty sworn before me the 3rd day of May 1820 Frans. Armstrong D. R.
 Alexander DONALDSON (1771-1843) of Philipstown. He never married. Son of Andrew DONALDSON and Catherine BAILLIE.
 Phillipstown aka Philipstown, Parish of Philipstown, Co. Louth
 Henry COULTER, son of James COULTER. His wife is unknown, but he had a son, Ralph COULTER.
 Carrickastuck SEE: http://www.thesilverbowl.com/maps/Carrickistuck.html
 Stewart KING, Esq., a magistrate in Court of Chancery, Dublin.
 James DICKIE of Carrickastuck – the “of Carrickastuck” confuses me. Otherwise, I would have been sure that it was James DICKIE (1771-1835) of Clonaleenan. The wife of this James DICKIE was Euphemia PATERSON, and they had thirteen children, whose names include the names of sons listed as lives in this deed.
 Charles COULTER son of James COULTER. He probably married Mary McCORMICK. He was of Annaghavackey, and died after 1791.
 Robert DICKIE (1804-1880), son of James DICKIE and Euphemia PATERSON.
 Joseph DICKIE (1809-1883) , son of James DICKIE and Euphemia PATERSON.
 James DICKIE (1811-1834) , son of James DICKIE and Euphemia PATERSON.
 Robert GETTY was a hop dealer on Clanbrassil Street. SOURCE: Two Nineteenth-Century Election Posters
Noel Ross and Honest John M'Clintock. Journal of the County Louth Archaeological Society, Vol. 16, No. 4 (1968), pp. 224-232
 Ralph COULTER, son of Henry COULTER aforementioned.
 Francis ARMSTRONG, Deputy Registrar.
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