Deed 1834 8 203 NOBLETT-JACKSON
NOTE: This deed is one of a pair – the following deed is Deed 1834 8 204. I can’t claim to follow all the ins and outs. The names PARKER and BARKER are used interchangeably in the Memorial. Looking at the COI BMDs, it could be either, but I suspect BARKER is the more likely name. This deed references previous deeds. I have assembled a separate page including the history of leases as well as a tentative family tree: JACKSONs of Nashe's Quarters.
To the register appointed by act of Parliament for Registry deeds leases conveyances and so forth. A Memorial of a certain an indented deed of release bearing date the first day of May in the year of our Lord 1834 and made between Thomas NOBLETT of Hackettstown in the County of Carlow merchant of the first part and Henry JACKSON of Coolmana in the said County farmer of the other part whereby after reciting as therein is recited and also reciting that upon an account stated and settled between the said Thomas NOBLETT and the said Henry JACKSON upon the foot of the therein recited deeds of mortgage and conveyance there was found to be due to the said Thomas NOBLETT sum of 565 pounds seven shillings and three pence sterling the said Thomas NOBLETT in consideration of the agreement in said deed whereof this is a Memorial and of the sum of 525 pounds nine shillings and 3 pounds to be secured to him by the said Henry JACKSON in manner in said deed mentioned and of the sum of 40 pounds 18 shillings paid or secured to the said Thomas NOBLETT on the perfection of said deed the receipt whereof is thereby acknowledged did grant bargain sell assign alien release reconvey and confirm unto the said Henry JACKSON in his actual possession then being by virtue of a deed of bargain and sale therein recited and to his heirs and assigns all that and those the aforesaid part and parcel or subdenomination of the town and lands of Coolmana called or known by the name of Nashe’s Quarters containing by common estimation 8 acres and one Quarter together with that part of said lands called the Long Meadow as formerly in the possession of Adam STEWART containing 2 acres or thereabouts and also all that and those the said Thomas JACKSON’s share or proportion of and in this such 6 acres or thereabouts of part of the lands of Soliska being other subdenomination of said lands of Coolmana as then or late in possession of Francis JONES his under tenants or assigns and also all that and those that part or subdivision of the said town and lands of Coolmana called or known by the name of Nashe’s Quarter containing by estimation 16 acres and one half bound by the River Dereen on the North and formerly by Samuel JACKSON and George BARKER's on the East and by Joseph JACKSON's holding on the South and West in also all that and those that part of the said lands of Nashe’s Quarter as formerly held and in the possession of William MOORE and his undertenants containing other 16 acres and also that other part and parcel of said lands called Charles’s Park containing 4 acres or thereabouts in the possession of the Widow MURPHY making altogether 36 acres and one half or thereabouts and also all that and those the aforesaid part or subdivision of the town and lands of Coolmana called or shown by the name of Nashe’s Quarter containing by estimation 16 acres and a half bounded by the River Dereen on the North and formally Samuel JACKSON and George PARKER's on the East end of Joseph JACKSON's holding on the South and West and also all that and those that other part of said lands of Nashe’s Quarter as formerly held and in possession of William MOORE and his undertenants containing other 16 acres and also that other part of said lands of Nashe’s quarter as formerly in possession of the said Joseph JACKSON deceased containing 17 acres or thereabouts and also that other part and parcel of said lands called Charles’s Park containing 4 acres or thereabouts as in the possession of the said widow MURPHY which said several lands and premises make together 53 acres and a half and thereabouts and also all that and those that other subdenomination of said lands of Coolmana called or known by the name of Soliska containing 40 acres or thereabouts and also one other part or parcel of said lands known by the name of the Long Meadow containing 2 acres or thereabouts and also and also all that and those that part of the said lands of Coolmana aforesaid containing about 16 acres formerly held by Joseph JACKSON and conveyed by him to Joseph BARKER in trust as a provision for Rachel JACKSON the wife of the said Joseph JACKSON during her life and also the said annuity or yearly rent charges of 20 guineas a year bequeathed by the said Joseph JACKSON to the said Rachel for the life of said Rachel in as full and ample manner as the said part of said lands of Coolmana and the said annuity and granted and conveyed to the said Thomas NOBLETT by the therein before recited indenture of the 21st day of March 1816 together with all arrears of said annuity then due or thereafter to become to bear out and also all that and those that other part and parcel of the said lands of Coolmana in the County of Carlow aforesaid commonly called Straluska formerly demised by the said Samuel SHARP to Thomas ALCOCK farmer and formerly in the possession of the said Thomas ALCOCK Valentine KINSHALLA and the Widow BYRNE containing by estimation about 70 acres plantation measure by the same more or less all which said several lands and premises are part and parcel of the said lands of Coolmana formerly called Nashe’s Quarter granted and demised by the therein before recited indenture of release of the ninth day of April 1725 and are situate lying and being in the Manor or Lordship of Clonmore Barony of Rathvilly and County of Carlow. To hold all and singular the several lands and premises comprised and mentioned in the therein before recited indenture release of the 19th day of December 1815 and in the said indenture release of the third day of February and 21st day of March 1816 and 14th day of April 1818 unto the said Henry JACKSON his heirs and exors admons and assigns from day of the date thereof for and during the natural life and lives of Joseph PARKER and Abraham PARKER eldest and second sons of Abraham PARKER of Hackettstown and of Joseph PARKER being the several Cestui qui vies in the last renewal of the said recited indenture release of the ninth day of April 1725 named for and during the natural life and lives of all and every such other person and persons as pursuant to the covenant for perpetual renewal in the said indenture release of the 19th day of April 1725. Should from time to time successively and forever thereafter be obtained of said original lease subject therein and to all her the said Rachel JACKSON estate right title and interest of and in the receipts issues and profits of the aforesaid part of the said lands of Coolmana County 16 acres or thereabouts comprised in the marriage settlement of the said Joseph JACKSON with the said Rachel and the aforesaid annuity of 20 guineas a year bequeathed to the said Rachel by the will of the said Joseph to the said Henry JACKSON his heirs and assigns for and during the natural life of the said Rachel JACKSON and to hold the aforesaid parts of the said lands of Coolmana comprised in the recited indenture of release of the 21st day of January 1803 under the said Henry JACKSON his heirs exors admons and assigns from the day of the date thereof for and during all the rest residue and remainder of the term of one thousand years thereby granted and for all such other term of years or lives as by the said Last Mentioned indenture of lease is or are demised to come and unexpired subject nevertheless to the payment of the yearly rent thereby reserved and to the covenants therein mentioned and which on the tenant or lessees part are or ought to be laid down and performed which said deed of which this is a Memorial and this Memorial as to the [Exon?] in perfection thereof respectively by the said Thomas NOBLETT and Henry JACKSON are witnessed by the Lorenzo John WALTERS of the city of Dublin Esq. and by Michael HICKEY of the said city gent Thomas NOBLETT it. SEAL. Henry JACKSON. SEAL. Signed sealed and perfected in the presence of Lorenzo John WALTERS M. HICKEY the above named Michael HICKEY maketh oath and saith that he is a subscribing witness to and did see the deed whereof the above is a Memorial duly sealed and delivered by the above named Thomas NOBLETT and Henry JACKSON and also that he also saw the above Memorial duly perfected by the said Thomas NOBLETT and Henry JACKSON and saith that the name Michael HICKEY said described as a witness to this deed and Memorial is this deponents proper name and hand writing and saith he delivered said deed to Oliver MOORE Esq. also Registrar for Registry deeds in the city of Dublin on Saturday the third day of May 1834 at or about 27 minutes to two of the clock in the afternoon of the said day M HICKEY sworn before me this third day of May 1834 Oli MOORE Assistant Registrar. A true copy.
 Estyer [Esther?] JACKSON. I am guessing that this would be Esther sr, wife of Samuel JACKSON who was deceased by 1834. She was the mother of Esther JACKSON who married Joseph BRIEN and also mother of Henry JACKSON jr.
 Joseph BRIEN husband of Esther JACKSON jr. daughter of Samuel JACKSON and Esther sr.
 Thomas NOBLETT. Merchant. He is described as a hotel keeper of Hacketstown in the Church of Ireland records of the marriage of his daughter Rachel NOBLETT in 1845. NOTE: An email from "Jean" July 10, 2010 adds a bit more: Rachel Noblett was my gt gt grandmother's sister. Shortly after she married Thomas James they relocated to NY (Buffalo; Erie County etc.) Rachel and Thomas appear to be the first to leave Ireland for the US. They appear in the 1850 NY census. Three years later, Rachel's brother, John Barker Noblett arrived with his wife, Ellen Ebbs, and 1st child, John Ebbs Noblett. Two other brothers, Thomas and William ended up in Illinois (Chicago & Springfield.) Susannah and George went to Australia. Thomas' first wife was Alice STEWART. They married in 1802. I don't know how many of Thomas' children were from this marriage. I have four....Robert, George, Elizabeth and Martha Kate for whom I don't have birth information. Thomas & Alice were only married 4 years before Alice died.
 Henry JACKSON. He appears as a witness to marriages in the Carlow Church of Ireland records, but is otherwise invisible in Carlow records. NOTE: I will next look carefully at Dublin records. He is a witness for Rachel NOBLETT, daughter of Thomas NOBLETT for her marriage to Thomas JAMES in 1845. He is also a witness for Henry LAMOTTE in his marriage to Charlotte LEE in 1846. In 1814, a birth of a William JACKSON born to Henry & Mary JACKSON is recorded in Carlow Parish Church. There is a burial of a Mary JACKSON (177-1837) of Blacklion in the Aghold Parish Church.
 Nashe’s Quarters. By the time of Griffiths Valuation, this was the official name of this land.
 Long Meadow
 Andrew STEWART. It may be that he connected to the earlier STUARTS of Co. Carlow.
 Thomas JACKSON. I believe he was a brother of Samuel JACKSON and hence an uncle of Henry JACKSON sr. of Coolmana and father of Henry JACKSON jr.
 Soliska aka Loliska aka Stralusk, Parish of Haroldstown, Barony of Rathvilly, Co. Carlow
 Francis JONES
 Samuel JACKSON. I suspect he was a son of Joseph & Rachel JACKSON and the father of Henry JACKSON sr.
 George BARKER aka PARKER A 1722 Deed: 76-2-52415 may shed light on the roots of this family: Lease whereby Benjamin BURTON of City of Dublin Esq. Did demise and set to Joseph BARKER of Cronesagh in the Co of Carlow Farmer all that part of Eagle Hill mearing and bounding on the north with Hacketstown on the east with Ballysallagh on the south with Cronesagh and on the west with Constable Hill containing by estimation 119 acres Plantation Measure... part of Lordship of Clonmore... Barony Rathvilly ... lives of George BARKER 3rd son of John BARKER of Old Court in Co. Wicklow aged about 8 years Simon BARKER 4th son of said John BAKER [BARKER?] aged about 5 years and Thomas BAKER [BARKER?] the youngest son of Joseph BAKER [BARKER?] aged about half a year.... in presence of Henry WHITESTONE of Hacketstown and Patrick KAHOE then servant to the said Benjamin BURTON
 Joseph JACKSON
 William MOORE
 Charles’s Park
 Widow Murphy
 River Dereen
 George PARKER aka BARKER
 Joseph BARKER aka Joseph PARKER
 Rachel JACKSON. Unfortunately, the name “Rachel JACKSON” is not unusual. Given the involvement in various deeds of the BARKER or PARKER family, it is possible that her maiden name would be either BARKER or PARKER. It is not impossible that she was a JACKSON before her marriage as there was a Rachel JACKSON, daughter of Roger JACKSON. She was b. Mar 25, 1700 – baptised at Tullow. In the Quaker tree, there is also a Rachel JACKSON (1684-1686) b: 23 Mar 1684 d: 28 Apr 1686.
 Straluska aka Stralusky
 Samuel SHARP
 Thomas ALCOCK
 Valentine KINSHALLA
 Widow BYRNE
 Abraham PARKER jr. son of Abraham PARKER
 Abraham PARKER sr. father of Abraham and Joseph PARKER
 Cestui qui vies NOTE: A tenant pur autre vie is in the same position as an ordinary tenant for life except that his leases will determine, not on his own death, but on that of the cestui qui vie, or rather at the expiration of the then current year of the tenancy (b); and he may therefore make a lease to commence after his own death (c). SOURCE: A Manual of the Law of Landlord and Tenant. By Horace Smith, Thomas Spooner Soden, Lewis W. Cove. 1871.
 This lease length of 1,000 years is likely helpful to know in terms of tracing this back further.
 Lorenzo John WALTERS. A sub sheriff in Enniscorthy. SOURCE: Thom’s Directory of Ireland. Dublin, 1852.
 Michael HICKEY. His surname is one of the earlier families to settle in CO. Carlow from England.
 Oliver MOORE Esq.
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