In the High Court of Justice in Ireland, Chancery Division -- land judges.
Consolidated Final Notice To Tenants, And Adjoining Owners And Occupiers.
To all whom it may concern.
In the matter of the estate of Henry Coulter, owner and petitioner.
The land judges of the High Court of Justice, Ireland, have ordered the sale of part of the lands of Carrickastuck, containing 72 a. 3 r.6 p., statute measure, or thereabouts, situate in the Barony of upper Dundalk and County of Louth, held under lease dated 28 January, 1819, for lives renewable forever, and which premises are delineated on the map hereto annexed, and are alleged to be subject to the tenancies, leases, agreements release, rights of common, rights of turbary, rights-of-way and other rights and easements set forth in the Schedule hereto.
If any person alleges that he has any interest in said premises, not derived under said leases, agreements, or tenancies, or that his interest is incorrectly stated, or claims any right of common, or of cutting turf, right-of-way, or other easement affecting any of the said lands, and not admitted in the said Schedule or any objection to the boundaries as delineated on the said map, he must lodge his objection, in writing, with the clerk of the records of the said court on or before the first day of November, 1880, otherwise his interest will be barred and concluded by the said sale; and said map will be treated as conclusive and binding on all persons whomsoever. As such objection must be verified by affidavit entitled as above, and sworn, is out of Dublin, before one of the commissioners of the High Court of Justice, and transmitted undercover, sealed with the seal of the said Commissioner.
And notice is also given, that if any tenant on this estate is desirous of purchasing his holdings thereon, he should attend before the examiner on Wednesday, on the 17th day of November, 1880, with a proposal for the purchase of such holding, containing an undertaking to pay for same, after which no proposal for the subdivision of a lot can be entertained; and in the event of such proposal being accepted, regard will be had to same on the settlement of the rental.
A notice is also given to the owners and occupiers of adjoining premises, that I have fixed Wednesday, the 17th day of November, 1880, at my chamber, Land Judges Court’s Inn Quay, Dublin, for the settlement of the rental of the said premises when any person interested is at liberty to attend.
Dated the 16th day of September, 1880. JAMES McDONNELL Examiner. SEAL.
ALEXANDER BELL, solicitor having Carriage of said order, 12, lower Ormond Quay, Dublin.
SCHEDULE referred to in the foregoing notice containing particulars of all tenancies easements etc. upon or over the lands included in the aforesaid order
NOTE: I have included the acreages and rents in the second column; otherwise it would not fit on a standard page.
 Henry COULTER
 Carrickastuck. There are deeds going back more than a hundred years connecting the COULTERs with this land. SEE: http://www.thesilverbowl.com/maps/Carrickistuck.html
 Alexander BELL "He was a much respected lawyer practising in Dublin." He was the son of Thomas BELL and Eliza CHARLETON of Killin & Philipstown, Co, Louth.
 Catherine TRACY. The TRACY aka TREACY family had long had an interest in this land and connections through leases with COULTERs and DICKIEs. It would not be surprising if there had been an intermarriage of the two families at some point. A James TREACY was a trustee mentioned in the 1851 deed wherein Henry COULTER of Carrickastuck pledged to take care of his brothers and sisters after the death of their father, Ralph COULTER in 1850.SEE: http://traceyclann.com/files/louth.htm for mentions of Catherine Tracey, 26 June 1843,
 Dennis TRACY (1759-1844)
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