Deed 1834 8 204 JACKSON-NOBLETT
NOTE: This deed is one of a pair – the previous deed is Deed 1834 8 203 and much of my material is repeated in the two deeds. 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 indented deed of mortgage bearing date the second day of May in the year of our Lord 1834 and made between Henry JACKSON of Coolmana in the County of Carlow farmer and of the one part and Thomas NOBLETT of Hackettstown in the County merchant of the other part whereby after reciting as therein is recited and also reciting that the said Henry JACKSON had agreed to secure to the said Thomas NOBLETT the sum of 525 pounds nine shillings and 3 pounds by mortgage of the several premises conveyed to him by the said Thomas NOBLETT with other parts of the said lands of Coolmana in the possession of the said Henry JACKSON the said Henry JACKSON in consideration of the said argument agreements therein mentioned and of the sum of 10 shillings sterling to the said Henry JACKSON in hand paid by the said Thomas NOBLETT at or immediately before the perfection thereof the receipt and payment whereof the said Henry JACKSON did thereby acknowledge did grant bargain sell assign alien release and confirm unto the said Thomas NOBLETT 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 that part or subdenomination of the town and lands of Coolmana called and known by the name of Nashe’s Quarter containing by estimation 16 acres and 1/2 pound of 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 and also all that and those that other part of the lands of Nashe’s Quarter as held and formally in the possession of William MOORE and his under tenants containing other 16 acres and also that other part of said lands of Nashe’s Quarter as formerly in the possession of Joseph JACKSON deceased containing 17 acres or thereabouts and also that other part of said lands called Charles’s Park containing 4 acres or thereabouts as formerly in the possession of the Widow MURPHY which said several lands and premises make altogether 53 acres and a half or thereabouts and also that and those that other subdenomination of said lands of Coolmana called or known by the name of Stralusk in Soliska the containing 76 acres or thereabouts including his the said Henry JACKSONs [namely?] thereof as devised by the will of the said Joseph JACKSON and also one other part and parcel of said lands known by the name of Long Meadow containing 2 acres or thereabouts and also all his the said Henry JACKSONs moiety of those other parts of said lands of Coolmana containing 16 acres and one half or thereabouts formally in the possession of the said Samuel JACKSON and then in the possession of the said Henry JACKSON all which said several pieces and parcels of ground are part and parcel of the said lands of Coolmana called Nashe’s Quarter demised by the said therein recited indenture of release of the ninth day of April 1725 and situate lying and being in the Lordship of Kilmore Barony of Rathvilly and County of Carlow. To hold the aforesaid part of said lands demised by the therein recited indenture of the 27th day of may and ninth day of October 1788 unto the said Thomas NOBLETT his heirs and assigns for and during the several and respective lives in the said recited indenture of lease or articles of demise or named and for and during the natural life and lives of all and every such other person and persons as had been or there after should be added to the time and term of said respective demises and of every renewal thereof pursuant to the covenant for perpetual renewal thereon containing subject nevertheless to the payment of the respective rents thereby reserved and the proportions of the fine to be paid for renewing the head lease thereof and to the probation or condition of redemption thereinafter mentioned and to hold all that and those that part of the said lands of Coolmana commonly called Stralusk the orwise Soliska containing 76 acres or thereabouts and also the other parts of said lands known by the name of the Long Meadow and that other part of said lands of Coolmana containing 16 acres and one half or thereabouts formally in the possession of the said Samuel JACKSON and then in the possession of the said Henry JACKSON of the said Thomas NOBLETT his heirs and assigns for and during the life and lives of Joseph BARKER and Abraham BARKER eldest and second sons of Abraham BARKER of Hackettstown and of Joseph BARKER being the lives named in the last renewal of the said recited indenture of release of the ninth day of April 1725 pursuant to the covenant for renewal therein contained and for and during the natural life and lives of all and any such other person and persons as from time to time for ever thereafter should be added to the time and term of the said mentioned indenture of release pursuant to the covenant for renewal for ever therein contained and for and during the natural life and lives of all and every such other person and persons as from time to time for every thereafter should be added to the time and term of said last mentioned indenture of release pursuant to the covenant for renewal for ever therein contained subject to the payment of a proportional part of the rent by the said recited indenture of release of the ninth day of April 1725 and finds for renewal of thereby reserved and to the said provision or condition for redemption therein after contained and to hold the aforesaid parts of the said lands of Coolmana comprised in the therein recited indenture of lease of the 21st day of January 1803 unto the said Thomas NOBLETT his exhors admons and assigns from the day of the date thereof for and during all the rest residue and remainder of the term of 1000 years and for all such other term of years or lives as by the said last mentioned indenture of lease is or are devised yet to come and unexpired. Subject to the yearly rent thereby reserved and to all and every the covenants clauses and agreements therein mentioned and which on the tenant or lessees part were or ought to be paid down and performed subject to the said deed proviso or covenant for redemption therein after contained that if the said Henry JACKSON his exors and admons and should and would well and truly pay or cause to be paid unto the said Thomas NOBLETT his exhors admons or assigns the just and full sum of 525 pounds nine shillings and three pence sterling together with all interest to accrued due thereon in manner and on the days and times in said deed particularly mentioned then not only the said deed of which this is a Memorial but also one bond with warrant of attorney for confessing judgment thereon having equal date therewith and perfected by the said Henry JACKSON to the said Thomas NOBLETT in the penal sum of 1050 pounds 18 shillings and sixpence sterling condition for the payment of the said sum of 525 pounds nine shillings and three pence sterling with the lawful interest thereof on the first day of December then next should cause and be paid and should be delivered up to be cancelled which said deed of which this is a Memorial and this Memorial as to the [Exon?] and perfection thereof respectively by the said Henry JACKSON and Thomas NOBLETT are witnessed by Lorenzo John WALTERS of the city of Dublin Esq. and by them Michael HICKEY of the said city gent Henry JACKSON seal Thomas NOBLETT seal signed sealed and perfected in the presence of Lorenzo John WALTERS M. HICKEY. The above named Michael HICKEY maketh oath and says that he is a subscribing witness to and did see the deed whereof the above is a Memorial duly signed sealed and delivered by the above named Thomas NOBLETT and Henry JACKSON and that he also saw the above Memorial duly perfected by the said Thomas NOBLETT and Henry JACKSON and saith the name Michael HICKEY subscribed as a witness to said deed and Memorial is this deponent proper name and hand writing and saith he delivered said deed to Oliver MOORE Esq. aforesaid Registrar for Registry deeds in the County of Dublin on Saturday the third day of May 1834 at or about 27 minutes of two of the clock in the afternoon of the said date. M. HICKEY. Sworn before me this third day of May 1834. Oliver 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.
 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.
 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.
 Nashe’s Quarter
 River Dereen
 Samuel JACKSON. I suspect he was a son of Joseph & Rachel JACKSON and the father of Henry JACKSON sr.
 George BARKER. 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. Dec’d before 1834.Husband of Rachel JACKSON.
 William MOORE
 Charles’s Park
 Widow MURPHY
 Long Meadow
 Joseph BARKER
 Abraham BARKER jr. son of Abraham PARKER
 Abraham BARKER sr. father of Abraham and Joseph PARKER
 Lorenzo John WALTERS
 Michael HICKEY
 Oliver MOORE
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