1851 May 3
Deed 1852 01 280
SNAPSHOT: Samuel GILMER and his wife Jane COULTER (along with some people who are new to me: Thomas BURDEKEN; Jessy BURDEKEN and Anne DEYELL) transferred 8 acres of Mullahcrunk in Co. Monaghan to Rev. John COULTER and George Bartley COULTER.
To the register appointed by act of Parliament for registering deeds wills and so forth.
A Memorial of an indenture of assignment bearing date the third day of May in the year of our Lord 1851 and made between Samuel GILMER of Liscalgot in the County of Armagh farmer and Jane GILMER his wife of same place of the first part. Thomas BURDEKEN of Manchester in the County of Lancashire in England Esquire and Jessy BURDEKEN his wife of same place of the second part and Anne DEYELL of Northope in Upper Canada America spinster of the third part and John COULTER of Ballyhanwood in the County of Down Dr. of Divinity and George Bartley COULTER of Kelly card cottage in the County of Monaghan Presbyterian minister of the fourth part. They the said Samuel GILMER and Jane GILMER his wife Thomas BURDELKEN and Jesse BURDELKEN and his wife Anne DEYALL for and in consideration of the sum of £210 did grant bargain sell assign transfer and make over unto the said John COULTER and George Bartley COULTER of all the right title and interest in and to all that and those that part of the lands of Mullahcrunk containing 8 acres one Rood and 18 perches Irish plantation measure be the same more or less situate lying and being in the parish of Tullycorbett and County of Monaghan together with the houses and buildings thereon and other titles rights members and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining and also all the estate right title interest term of years yet to come and unexpired property claim and demand both at law and in equity of them or either of them the said Samuel GILMER and Jane GILMER his wife Thomas BURDEKEN and Jesse BURDEKEN and his wife and Anne DEYALL of in and to the same or any part thereof to them and to hold to the said lands and premises together with all houses and buildings thereon from the first day of November last unto the said John COULTER and George Bartley COULTER their and each of their executors administrators and assigns for and during all the rest residue and remainder of a term of 999 years or so much there of as is now to come and unexpired being the term granted by the original lease of said premises which said indenture of assignment is witnessed by William HAMILTON of Castleblaney in the County of Monaghan gentleman and this Memorial is witnessed by the said William HAMILTON and James JOHNSTON of same place [?] and is hereby required to be registered by us the said John COULTER and George Bartley COULTER as witness our hands and seal this 16th day of October in the year of our Lord 1851. John COULTER seal -- George Bartley COULTER -- seal. Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of Hamilton James JOHNSTON. William HAMILTON at Castleblaney in the County of Monaghan Gent age 21 years and upwards maketh oath and saith that he is a witness to the indenture of assignment of which the above writing is a Memorial and also to this Memorial and deponent saith that he saw the said indenture of assignment duly recited by me said Samuel GILMER and Jane GILMER his wife Thomas BURDEKEN and Jesse BUREDKEN his wife and says he saw the John SMITH of Castleblaney in the County of Monaghan gent [?] duly execute said indenture of assignment for and on behalf of the said Anne DEYELL under and by virtue of a power of attorney from the said Anne DEYELL to him directed and also saw said indenture of assignment duly executed by the said John COULTER and George Bartley COULTER parties thereto and deponent saith he saw said Memorial duly executed by the said John COULTER and George Bartley COULTER of above named and deponent saith the same William HAMILTON signed is a subscribed witness to said indenture of assignment and the Memorial respectively is this deponents proper name and hand writing W. HAMILTON -- sworn before me at Castleblaney in the County of Monaghan this first day of November 1851 by virtue of a commission issued fourth of her Majesty's court of Queen's bench in Ireland to me directed for taking affidavits for her said court in said County and I know the deponent. Andrew McMATH Commissioner. A true copy. J. Madson. 11 folios.
 Samuel GILMER (1795-1868) of Liscalgot in the County of Armagh farmer. He and his wife Jane had 9 known children. Liscalgot is a townland associated with the family since George JACKSON in the mid-1700s until well into the 20th century.
 Jane GILMER nèè COULTER (d 1866), daughter of John COULTER a linen merchant of Ballybay and Jane BARTLEY of Bartley’s Grove (about 3 miles outside of Ballybay). SOURCE: The Belfast News-Letter (Belfast, Ireland), Monday, May 7, 1866; Issue 33366 Gilmore - April 28, very suddenly, of apoplexy, at her residence, Jane, wife of Samuel Gilmore, Esq, Creggan, Crossmaglen.
 Thomas BURDEKEN of Manchester
 Jessy BURDEKEN his wife. I wonder if she might be Jessy BARTLEY?
 Anne DEYELL of Northope in Upper Canada America spinster
 John COULTER, Rev. (1796-1877) of Ballyhunwood in the County of Down Dr. of Divinity. He was a brother of Jane GILMER nèe COULTER. SOURCE: 660 Gilnahirk Presbyterian Graveyard O.S. 5 Grid Ref. 399725 County: Down Country: Ireland. Coulter (Pillar with inscriptions on all 4 sides, in a high-railed enclosure). Sacred to the memory of the Rev. John Coulter, D.D. who died on 26 May 1877 in the 81st year of his age. He was for 57 years the faithful and devoted Minister of Gilnahirk Presbyterian Church. "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord."
 Ballyhanwood, Parish of Comber, Co. Down
 George Bartley COULTER, Rev. (1806-1855) of Kelly card cottage in the County of Monaghan. He would have been a brother of Jane GILMER nèe COULTER. He married Jane SMITH, daughter of John SMITH and they had 6 known children.
· From Full Circle: Of 2nd Castleblayney; 24 Mar 1846: officiating minister at ordination of Rev John Moran, 1st Ballybay.
· 2 Castleblayney; 28 Sep 1847: officiating minister at ordination of Rev John Gordom Smyth, 1st Ballybay
· 1889: subscription for repairs to 1st Ballybay church, £1
· Born 1806; son of John Coulter; brother of Rev John Coulter; member of Derryvalley congregation;accepted as studuent for ministry on 1 Nov 1826; studied at Old College Belfast, gained General Certificate 1831; licensed by Monaghan Secession Presbytery in 1833; ordained at Frankford 26 Aug 1834, continued Castleblayney classical academy begun by his predecessor, proved effective teacher; 1836 married Jane, daughter of John Smith of Castleblayney; served in Frankford until his death 31 Dec 1855 aged 50 years.
· PRONI D/991/6/1/2 "Of Castleblayney" NOTE: Working off the charts from PRONI leaves a few threads not quite connected, but getting clearer.
· PRONI 991/7 Bartley, Thompson, McKean, Gardiner & Jackson papers. DEATH: 1855, Dec 31 Age 50 George Bartley Coulter (Rev) Minister of Frankford, 2nd Presbyterian Church, Castleblayney.
 Mullahcrunk aka Mullycrock, a townland of 165 acres in the Parish of Tullycorbett, CO. Monaghan.
 William HAMILTON of Castleblaney in the County of Monaghan gentleman
 James JOHNSTON of Castleblayney
 Hamilton James JOHNSTON
 John SMITH of Castleblaney in the County of Monaghan gent. Possibly the John SMITH who was the father-in-law of George Bartley COULTER.
 Andrew McMATH
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