Coulter & anr To Charleton
Regd. 1 Augt 1857 at 22 mts to 2 oC
Transcription by Wendy Jack
SNAPSHOT: Robert COULTER of Carrickastuck and Thomas COULTER of Carnbeg were trustees of the marriage of Alexander PARKER to Thomas’ sister Mary BRADFORD (see Deed 1834 Book 4, No 74). William CHARLETON transferred 83 acres to the trustees in 1850 that had been in the possession of Catherine DONALDSON and Joseph DONALDSON.
To the Registrar appointed by Act of Parliament for registering deeds wills and so forth
A Memorial of Reconveyance of Mortgage dated the Twenty ninth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty seven and made between Robert Coulter formerly of Carrickastuck but now of Philipstown and Thomas Bradford of Carnbeg both in the County of Louth Esquires Trustees appointed on the intermarriage of Alexander Parker with Mary Bradford otherwise Parker his wife by a Certain deed bearing date the __ day of __ one thousand eight hundred and thirty __ of the one part and William Charleton of Philipstown in the County of Louth Esquire of the other part Reciting as therein and Reciting an Indenture of Mortgage bearing date the twenty third day of February one thousand eight hundred and fifty Whereby the said William Charleton did for the Considerations therein mentioned granted bargained sold assigned transferred and set over unto the said Robert Coulter and Thomas Bradford and to their heirs and assigns All that and those that part of the Lands of Philipstown therein aforesaid as then in the possession of the said William Charleton Containing by survey eighty three acres two roods and thirty one perches or thereabouts which lands are part and parcel of the Lands of Philipstown in the possession of Catherine Donaldson and afterwards in the possession of Catherine Donaldson and Joseph Donaldson and their undertenants Situate in the Townland of Philipstown Barony of Upper Dundalk and County of Louth together with all ways waters watercourses easements hereditaments appurtenances and appendances whatsoever to the said messuages lands and premises belonging or in any wise pertaining or with any part thereof usually held used occupied or enjoyed deemed taken or known as part and parcel thereof or of any part thereof and the reversion and reversions yearly and other rents issues and profits thereof and of every part and parcel thereof and all the estate right title interest trust property claim and demand whatsoever both at Law and in Equity of him the said William Charleton of in to or out of the same premises and every part and parcel thereof To hold the same and every part thereof from henceforth unto the said William Charleton his heirs Exors administrators and assigns for ever in as full and ample a manner to all intents and purposes whatsoever as if the said Indenture of Mortgage of the twenty third day of February one thousand eight hundred and fifty had not been made reciting further as therein it was by said deed of which this is a Memorial Witnessed that in pursuance of an agreement therein recited and for and in Consideration of the Sum of five hundred and seventy nine pounds four shillings and ten pence Sterling good and lawfull money of Great Britain together with all Interest due thereon up to the date of said Indenture of reconveyance and of the further Sum of ten shillings Sterling to each of them the said Robert Coulter and Thomas Bradford paid by the said William Charleton the payment and receipt whereof were thereby acknowledged They the said Robert Coulter and Thomas Bradford granted bargained sold reassigned and reassured unto the said William Charleton his heirs Executors administrators and assigns all that and those that part of the lands of Philipstown therein and herein before particularly mentioned and described and Comprised in and granted by the said therein recited Indenture of Mortgage of the twenty third day of February one thousand eight hundred and fifty together with all and singular the rights members privileges appertenances and appendances belonging or in any wise appertaining and all the estate right title interest property claim and demand whatsoever both at Law and Equity of the said Robert Coulter and Thomas Bradford into upon or out of the same or any part or parcel thereof together with the said recited Indenture of Mortgage and the said Bond of even date therewith and all other writings relating thereto in the possession power or procurement of the said Robert Coulter and Thomas Bradford To hold the same and every part thereof from thenceforth unto the said William Charleton his heirs exors admors and assigns for ever in as full ample and beneficial a manner to all intents and purposes whatsoever as if the said Indenture of Mortgage of the twenty third day of February one thousand eight hundred and fifty had not been made and executed said deed Contains several other Covenants and which deed and this Memorial as to the execution thereof by the said Robert Coulter and Thomas Bradford are respectively Witnessed by Joseph Dickie of Dundalk in the County of Louth Solicitor and Samuel Bradford of Dundalk aforesaid Gentleman Robt Coulter Seal Thomas Bradford Seal Signed and Sealed by the above named Robert Culter and Thomas Bradford in the presence of Joseph Dickie Solr Dundalk Samuel Bradford The above named Joseph Dickie maketh oath and saith he is a subscribing witness to the execution of the Indenture of which the foregoing writing is a Memorial and also of the said Memorial by Robert Coulter and Thomas Bradford two of the parties to the said Indenture saith he saw the said deed duly Signed Sealed and delivered by the said Robert Coulter and Thomas Bradford and that the name Joseph Dickie Subscribed as a witness to Such execution of said deed and Memorial respectively is deponents proper name and hand writing Joseph Dickie Sworn before me this 31st day if July 1857 at Dundalk in the County of Louth a Master Extraordinary of Her Majestys High Court of Chancery in Ireland for said County and I Know Deponent Pat Russel
a true Copy R A Thompson
 Robert COULTER. (1801-1861) who was a land agent for Lord Louth and died at Carnbeg. He married a cousin, Jane COULTER. The Carrickastuck reference is interesting since there is a line of COULTERs who lived there, descendants of Ralph COULTER (1772-1850)
 Carrickastuck, a townland of 229 acres in the Parish of Phillipstown, Co. Louth.
 Phillipstown, Parish of Philipstown, Co. Louth
 Thomas BRADFORD (1800-1872), husband of Margaret WALLACE and son of Samuel BRADFORD of Cavananore & Margaret HENRY and brother of Mary BRADFORD.
 Carnbeg, Parish of Dundalk, Co. Louth. In Griffiths Valuations, Thomas BRADFORD is shown as leasing most of the land (excluding only land used by the railway) from David DAVIDSON (Rev. DAVIDSON aka DAVISON (1795-1858), husband of Jane COULTER – it was likely part of his wife’s inheritance) and owned several modest buildings as well as one more substantial one (valued at £1.5.0. SEE: http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/TABLES/Louth-GriffithsTable.html NOTE: For the lease that would have expired in 1865, see: 1803 Lease COULTER-DICKIE-RODEN
 Alexander PARKER. At present, I know nothing about him, except that he was a boot maker in Dundalk. He lived on Clanbrassil Street in 1837. SOURCE: Dundalk Almanac 1840.
 Mary BRADFORD, daughter of Samuel BRADFORD of Cavananore & Margaret HENRY and sister of Thomas BRADFORD of Carnbeg. She married on Jan 24, 1834. SOURCE: The Belfast News-Letter (Belfast, Ireland), Tuesday, February 18, 1834
On the 24th ult. at Carnbeg Lodge, Mr. Alex. Parker of Dundalk, to Mary, youngest daughter of the late Samuel Bradford, Esq. of Cavanmore, county Louth.
 William CHARLETON (1798-1875) of Philipstown, son of William CHARLETON & Dorothea DONALDSON
 Catherine DONALDSON I am not sure that I have this nailed down, but there was a Catherine DONALDOSN b 1714
 Joseph DONALDSON A Jospeh DONALDSON (1727-1805) was a brother of Catherine DONALDSON.
 Joseph DICKIE (1821-1877) husband of Kathleen WALLACE and son of Robert DICKIE and Mary ANne WALLACE.
 Pat RUSSEL
 R.A. THOMPSON
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