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This is a very idiosyncratic list, reflecting my own research needs. In some instances, my notes are not as reliable as the transcriptions done by Nick Reddan and his team of volunteers. Any of the deed material that I have gleaned from his site includes the name of the volunteer appended in red.
Sharon Oddie Brown. January 18, 2024 Update: February 11, 2024

 

Later Memorials of Deeds: 1851-1920

Alerts to myself to follow-up

2022 Additions and Edits

2023 Additions & Edits

 

Year

Bk

#

Date

Place

Surname

Notes

 

1851

1

78

 

Kings

JACKSON

George JACKSON

Image 65

Commissioners of Public Works … drainage … costs charged to Major George JACKSON, Emmel West [Parish Templeharry, Barony Clonlisk], Barony Clonlish], Kings Co.

1851

1851

6

100

1850-1859

Louth & Carlingford

DICKIE

DICKIE, John T-PARKER, William

 

1851

11

243

1850-1859

Monaghan

BRADFORD

BRADFORD, John-BRADFORD, Robert

BRADFORD, Moses-BRADFORD, Robert

BRADFORD, Robert-BRADFORD, Robert

BRADFORD, Thomas-BRADFORD, Robert

 

1851

12

97

1850-1859

Louth

COULTER

COULTER, Henry-CHARLETON, Wm  

1851 April 28 NAMES: Henry COULTER of Carrickastuck; William CHARLETON of Philipstown; Ann COULTER of Carrickastuck; Andrew HAMILTON of Longfield; James TREACY; Alexander DONALDSON of Philipstown; Mary COULTER; Eliza COULTER; William COULTER; Ralph COULTER; Sarah Anne COULTER; John COULTER; Margaret COULTER; Richard LONDON [perhaps LONDAN] of Castletown; Joseph DICKIE; [Jos?] H. HARRIOT.

d

1851

12

213

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, Robert-TOWNLEY, John

BAILLIE, Elizabeth-TOWNLEY, John

 

1851

13

52

 

 

BARTLEY

CLINTON-DEVERDON  

x

1851

17

15

1851 Aug 6

Coleraine

JACKSON

Catherine JACKSON – Robert BRYCE

Image 436

BTW Catherine JACKSON of Coleraine Co. Londonderry, spinster of 1 pt & Robert BRYCE of Belfast Co. Antrim Dr. of Medicine of other pt. Reciting 12 May 1845 for 3 lives renewable & reciting that John JACKSON (since deceased) by his will bequeathed to his sister the said Catherine JACKSON in trust  1/3rd of the profits to the use of his sister Mary Jane WALKER otherwise JACKSON … shares of property on West side of New Row in Town of Coleraine on which said John JACKSON built and erected a dwelling House and offices containing in front to New Row 47’3” and in rere 39’ & on North side adjoining houses built by Robert BOYD 72’2”  [more descry] … Catherine JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: Property had been split 3 ways between siblings: John, Catherine & Mary Jane. See also: ROD: 1866-18-19 for same property

 

1851

17

16

1851 Aug 7

Coleraine

JACKSON

Catherine JACKSON – Hannah DORRION

Image 437

BTW Catherine JACKSON of Coleraine Co. Londonderry spinster of 1 pt & Hannah DORRIAN formerly of Mazehouse Co. Down but then of Belfast Co. Antrim Spinster of other pt. reciting lease 20 May 1843 from John BOYD to John JACKSON granted for 3 lives renewable. And reciting lease 23 Jul 1841 from John BOYD to John JACKSON for 31 years from 1 Nov 1839 and reciting lease 31 Dec 1842 from John BOYD to John JACKSON for term of 31 years reciting that said Hannah DORRIAN 1850 obtained in Court of Queens Bench a judgement against Catherine JACKSON of £250  besides costs ..  West side of Upper New Row in Town of Coleraine on which John JACKSON had erected a dwelling house  … formerly an Old Workshop … [See also: ROD: 1866-18-19 for description of same property] and also property in Brook St in Town of Coleraine on the east side of the dwelling house and premises then formerly occupied by Jacob LUNDY  [more description] bordered by brook or stream from the Coleraine Mill … Catherine JACKSON [SEAL]

 

1852

1

176

1852 Jan 10

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 129

Anthony McALESTER of Garvagh [Garvagh,  Parish Errigal, Barony Coleraine]  Co. Londonderry Gent. Plaintiff

Robert William JACKSON of City of Armagh, Co. Armagh Esq. Barrister at Law Defendant.

In Court of Queens Bench, Anthony McALISTER of Garvagh Co. Londonderry Gent age 50+ plaintiff in this case … on 21 Nov 1851 obtained a judgement against Robert William JACKSON for £1, 000 plus £3.1.11 for costs … assets Tullymore [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh],,, Ballycrummy [Ballycrummy, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Ballytrodden [Ballytroddan Parish Clonfeacle (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] all in Parish Armagh & Barony Armagh; Ballytrawley in Parish Eglish Barony Armagh; Corneycrew [Cornacrew, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] and Mullaghbrack [Mullaghbrack, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion)] in Parish Mullaghbrack Barony ONeiland West all in Co. Armagh and sum of £500 secured remains due. Sworn at Coleraine.

 

1852

1

280

1851 May 3

Monaghan

GILMORE

GILMORE, Samuel-COULTER, John  

1851 May 3 NAMES: Samuel GILMER of Liscalgot; Jane GILMER nèe COULTER; Thomas BURDEKEN of Manchester; Jessy BURDEKEN; Anne DEYELL of Northope in Upper Canada; Rev. John COULTER of Ballyhanwood, Co. Down; Rev. George Bartley COULTER of Kelly card Cottage, Monaghan; William HAMILTON of Castleblayney; James JOHNSTON of Castleblayney; Hamilton James JOHNSTON; John SMITH of Castleblayney; Andrew McMATH. OTHER PLACES: Mullahcrunk aka Mullycrock.

d

1852

2

147

 

 

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-ANDERSON  

x

1852

4

8

1850-1859

Louth

BRADFORD

DONALDSON

DICKIE

Image 219

BRADFORD, Thomas-DICKIE, James 

DONALDSON, Joseph Rev.-DICKIE, James

DONALDSON, Mary-DICKIE. James

DICKIE, Alexander-DICKIE, James

DICKIE, Elizabeth-DICKIE, James

DICKIE, Elizabeth-DICKIE, James

DICKIE, Jane-DICKIE, James

DICKIE, Joseph Rev.-DICKIE, James

DICKIE, Margaret-DICKIE, James

DICKIE, Mary-DICKIE, James

X

1852

4

9

1850-1859

 

JACKSON

JACKSON  

Image 220

John JACKSON of Lislane, Co. Tyrone Gent of 1st pt; John GAMBLE & Joseph GAMBLE of Lislane farmers of 2nd pt; John McCREA & Alexander McCREA both of Lislane … 28a

x

1852

4

290

1852 Feb 2

Antrim

JACKSON, George

George JACKSON – Andrew DICKEY

Image 417 (a 6 page deed – mostly CASEMENTs)

George JACKSON of Artnagullian [Artnagullian, Parish Connor, Barony Antrim Lower], farmer  of 1st pt; Hugh CASEMENT of City of London Merchant Thomas CASEMENT of Ballee House Co. Antrim Esq. and the Rev Robert CASEMENT of Harryville [in Town of Ballymena, Townland Brocklamont, Parish Ahoghill, Barony Toome Lower] Co. Antrim Clerk of 2nd pt; Thomas CASEMENT of 3rd pt; Hugh CASEMENT of 4th pt; Thomas CASEMENT of 5th pt;  Rev Robert CASEMENT of 6th pt; Francis CASEMENT of Brocklemount [Brocklamont, Parish Ahoghill, Barony Toome Lower] Co. Antrim Esq of 7th pt; Margaret CASEMENT of Adelaide Terrace Co. Dublin widow of late Roger CASEMOUNT the elder Esq. and Thomas CASEMENT of 8th pt … Andrew DICKEY of Brookville Co. Antrim of 15th pt … to George JACKSON the lands of Athlone [probably Artlone, Parish Duneane, Barony Toome Upper] in Barony Toome Co. Antrim formerly in possession of William HUME and his undertenants

 

1852

5

215

1852 Feb 17

Louth

COULTER

COULTER, John-COULTER, Lancelot  Wedding art

NAMES: John COULTER of Skyhill, Co. Louth; Hannah LUNDY of Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan; Launcelot COULTER of Ballymascanlon, Co.; Henry CRANSON aka CRANSTON of Lisgar, Co. Cavan; Thomas SHEWEL of Killeen aka Killen, Co. Louth; Edward CRANSTON of Lisgar; Lawrence LEVINS of Carrickmacross; James Neale MACNALL.

d

1852

6

106

1852 Feb 10

Armagh

JACKSON

William HUDSON-Mary JACKSON

Image 74

Court of Queens Bench Mary JACKSON of Derryrusk Cottage [Derryroosk, Parish Aghnamullen, Barony Cremorne] Co. Monaghan Spinster the plaintiff did on 14 Feb 1852 obtain a judgement against the defendant William HUDSON of Mountcaulfield [Near Bessbrook] Co. Armagh Esq. for sum of £1,300 Mtg debt… townlands of Cloghurivane containing 18a 1r 30p together with the weir and watercourse bounded on the south west by Carrickbracken [Carrickbrackan, Parish Killevy (Upper Orior portion), Barony Orior Upper, Co. Armagh] on the east partly by a pond and partly by a road leading from Newry to Portnorris and on the north by lands in possession of the defendant William HUDSON in Manor of Cladymore [Clady More, Parish Kilclooney (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower Barony Upper Orier Co. Armagh … £650 secured by the judgement still remains owing … Sworn at Cootehill Co. Cavan 2nd March 1852 Thomas CROZIER & son Attorney. Judgement satisfied 19 Nov 1879 (NOTE: long after death of Mary JACKSON)

NOTE: The townland of Clogharevan includes the town of Bessbrook.

NOTE: Mount Caulfield House lies to the south-east of the village of Bessbrook, Co. Armagh. Built in the 18th century, William Hudson resided in the premises. He was a wealthy landowner in the South Armagh area.

NOTE: In 1st Ballybay Presbyterian Church, Isaiah OLIVER and family resided at Derryrusk. Isaiah OLIVER Will Probate IWR/1836/F/247 Isaiah OLIVER of Derryrusk, Co. Monaghan d. 12th Jany 1833.

SEE also: ROD: 1850-20-90 Rev. John OLIVER (1821-1913) of Derryroosk, but then of Belfast.

 

1852

8

66

1852 Mar 30

Monaghan

BRADFORD

BRADFORD, Moses-BRADFORD, Robert

BRADFORD, Robert-partition

Robert BRADFORD  sr. of Edenea Parish of Ballybay, Co Monaghan farmer & Moses BRADFORD of Edenea, farmer. They were entitled under an original lease 1 Dec 1785 under the will of their father to a certain part of the lands of Edenea for 3 lives renewable.. partition Robert BRADFORD entitled to 8 acres late Irish Plantation measure remaining after the portions already sold & Moses was entitles to 24 acres 1 rood 6 perches…in addition to 2 acres which Robert had sold to Moses … WITNESS: Joseph WRIGHT Monaghan. & Jeremiah NUNN.

16d

1852

9

192

1850-1859

Monaghan

BRADFORD

BRADFORD, Robert-BRADFORD, Stuart 

x

1852

10

101

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, James-BRADFORD, William J  

x

1852

11

179

1852 Apr 9

Kings

JACKSON

Lewis H. JACKSON – Robert JACKSON

Image 557

Marriage btw Lewis Henry JACKSON then of Longford, Kings Co. Esq. of 1st pt David DAVIS of Kilnaparson Queens Co. Esq. & Susannah DAVIS of Kilnaparson spinster 2nd daughter of said David DAVIS of 2nd pt. Robert JACKSON of Killavilla [Killavilla, Parish Roscrea, Barony Ballybritt],, Kings Co. Esq. of 3rd pt. Whereby after reciting that Francis JACKSON late of Killeva Kings Co deceased father of Lewis Henry JACKSON published his will with a codicil 9 Mar 1847 and demised his estate to trustees and interest in half of the lands of Longford with the river and strand in Kings Co. more fully described in the trusts and upon trust to Lewis Henry JACKSON for the term of his life … marriage provisions …in Barony of Ballybritt Kings Co. … Lewis Henry JACKSON did thereby change the said half of said lands with the sum of £1,500 … demised to William DAVIS the half of said lands … WITNESS: John HASLAM, City of Dublin, solicitor and Harriet DAVIS of Kilnaparson, Queens Co. Spinster.

NOTE: Anne HASLAM was the wife of Francis JACKSON Esq. (abt 1776-1847)

SEE: JACKSONs of Ballyboy, Kings Co. aka Offaly

 

1852

13

38

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, Mary-DICKIE, Robert

 

1852

17

148

 

 

OLIVER

OLIVER, Turner Barrett

7 perches of land to the Dublin & Wicklow Railway.

 

1852

18

37

1850-1859

Louth

BRADFORD

BRADFORD, Thomas-PARKER, Mary

DICKIE, John-PARKER, Mary

DICKIE, John T-PARKER, Mary

DICKIE, Mary-PARKER, Mary

DICKIE, Ellen-DICKIE, Robert

DICKIE, Robert-DICKIE, Mary

 

1852

21

212

1852 Aug 1

Armagh

JACKSON

Robert William JACKSON – Jacob BARRETT

Image 371

Jacob BARRETT Co. Armagh attorney, Plaintiff . Robert William JACKSON of Armagh Co. Armagh Esq Barrister, Defendant age 40 years and upwards. Court of Queens Bench. … sum of £216 .16.11 … [Same lands as listed in other judgements concerning Robert William JACKSON]

 

1852

26

173

1851 Dec 15

Kings

JACKSON

Harriet JACKSON

Image 123

BTW Robert HUGHES of Saint Johns Wood in City of London Lieutenant Colonel of her Majesty’s First West India Regiment of Infantry and Harriet Mary HUGHES otherwise JACKSON the wife of the one pt & Harriet HUGHES of St. Johns Wood spinster their daughter of the other pt. Reciting indenture 12 Nov 1724 whereby Robert SAUNDERS demised to Joseph LAMB the South East part of lands of Cumber [Cumber Lower  and/or Cumber Upper, Parish Kinnitty, Barony Ballybritt] to hold for three lives … and that all the rent and reversion devolved upon and became vested in the said Harriet Mary HUGHES. Robert HUGHES and Harriet Mary HUGHES confirmed to Harriet HUGHES all the South East part of lands of Cumber otherwise called Cumer as same had been let and divided between Richard LAMB and said Joseph LAMB, in Barony Ballybritt Kings Co.

NOTE: Harriet Mary JACKSON (1788-1823) was a daughter of Robert JACKSON & Mary CARROL. See: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkeiran.

 

1852

27

259

289

 

Sligo

JACKSON

Oliver JACKSON

 

1853

2

187

1853 Jan 22

Armagh

JACKSON

Robert William JACKSON – Marianne ATKINSON

Image 340

In the Court of Queens Bench, Marianne ATKINSON of Rose Cottage, Co. Armagh Spinster aged 50 years and upwards the Plaintiff in this cause 4 Nov 1852 obtained judgement in her Majesty’s Court of Queens Bench against defendant Robert William JACKSON of Armagh Co. Armagh Barrister at Law then residing in London of sum of £800 beside £3.1.11 for costs .. the defendant has [assets] in townlands of Tullymore [Tullymore, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh],, Ballycrummy [Ballycrummy, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh, Ballytrodden [Ballytroddan Parish Clonfeacle (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] in Parish Armagh & Barony Armagh townland of Ballybrawly [Ballybrolly, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion)]  in Parish of Eglish Co. Armagh Townlands of Cornycrew [??], Tullyglush [Tullyglush, Parish Keady, Barony Armagh] and Ballymacone [??] on Parish of Keady Barony Armagh and townlands of Corneycrew [Cornacrew, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower]    and Mullaghbrack [Mullaghbrack, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion)] in Parish Mullaghbrack Barony of Lower Fews and lands of Teemore [Teemore, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower]  in Parish Mullaghbrack Barony Oneiland and £400 still remains owing

 

1853

2

188

 

 

 JACKSON

ATKINSON-JACKSON

Image 341

In the Court of Exchequer William Henry JACKSON of Upper Mecklenburgh Street City of Dublin Solicitor age 30 years and upwards  the Plaintiff 6 Jan 1853 obtained a judgement in Majesty’s Court of Queens Bench Exchequer in Ireland against the deponent Charles Francis ATKINSON  of Ushers Quay in City or Borough of Dublin Merchant and Tanner for sum of £400 and £3.3 for costs … lands, tenements, hereditaments and premises two dwelling houses and premises known as No 31 and 32 on Ushers Quay called and known as No 4 & % Usher Street in Parish Saint Auden City of Dublin and also two fields containing 4a 3r 20p in Lordship of Rathfarnham Barony Newcastle Co. Dublin. £161 still remains owing

NOTE: The sum of £400 in this memorial and the one preceding it leads me to suspect that the two deeds are related.

NOTE: A Henry Vincent JACKSON was also of Mecklenburgh St.  as well as of Wicklow and he had a son William Henry JACKSON (1811-1877) SEE: Peter JACKSON & Joanna

 

1853

2

202

1850-1859

Fermanagh

COULTER

COULTER, Ann-MOFFATT, James           

 

1853

8

182

1851 Jan 4

Armagh

COULTER

COULTER, James-KILPATRICK, John

Image 307

Jhn KILPATRICK of Ballyline Co. Aragh farmer aged 60 years and upwards the plaintiff obtained a judgement in Queens Bench Ireland against defendants James COULTER of Cladymore & Thomas McCAMMON of Damoley Co. Armagh farmers for £300 and costs re lands in Cladymore Barony Fews Parish Kilclooney containing 30a heretofore presented as in Parish of Mullaghbrack Co. Armagh … lands of Damoley containing 16a Parish Mullaghbrack

 

1853

10

61

 

 

OLIVER

OLIVER, Turner B

 

1853

10

214

1853 Apr 16

Lislooney, Armagh

OLIVER, Benjamin, Letitia, James, Benjamin Robert

OLIVER, Benjamin & Letitia - DOBBIN, I have this deed

George Killen CAMPBELL of Portnaghy Co. Monaghan administrator of Benjamin OLIVER late of Lislooney [Lisloony, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny, Co. Armagh].. He seems to be the father of James OLIVER of Lislooney & Letitia OLIVER (née SIMPSON) wife of James OLIVER parents of Benjamin Robert OLIVER eldest son of James & Letitia. James & Letitia indenture of marriage 1830 June 18. Mentions Leonard DOBBIN of Gardiners Place, Dublin Esq. Lislooney, estate of Woodpark, Manor of Caledon formerly demised by indenture 1788 Feb 6 to & in possession of Arthur OLIVER & Benjamin OLIVER & lately in the possession of James OLIVER refers to lease 6 Feb 1788 renewed 13 April 1829 & a debt judgement 1822 against Benjamin OLIVER for £400 to John BURNS. Witness Henry Leslie PRENTICE of Caledon.

 

1853

13

225

1853 May 4

Armagh

JACKSON

Robert William JACKSON – Henry SMITH Names Index

Image 156-7

In the Court of Common Pleas. Henry SMITH of ST. Albans Hotel Charles Street, Saint James Square Co. Middlesex England Hotel Keeper aged 30 years and upwards the plaintiff obtained a judgement against Robert William JACKSON late of City of Armagh and of Saint Albans Hotel Charles Street Saint James Sq. and then of Boulogne [?] France Barrister at Law for sum of 313.4.5 damages beside 13.1.3 for expense. Laungher [??] Aryhavellen otherwise Aughagallagh [??], Beconine, [??]  townlands of Tullymore otherwise Aughalin [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh], Carrickatrodden [Carricktroddan, Parish of Grange (Armagh portion), in the Barony of Armagh] and Ballycrummy [Ballycrummy, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh, Ballybrolly [Ballybrolly, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion)],  Tullyglush [Tullyglush, Parish Keady, Barony Armagh] in Parish Eglish [?? – did the boundaries change?], Cornacrew [Cornacrew, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] and Mullaghbrack [Mullaghbrack, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion)] in Parish Mullaghbrack Barony of Lower Fews, Ballymacone [possibly Ballymacanab, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion)] and Tanderagee [Tanderagee Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion)]  in Parish Lisnadill, and lands of Teemore [Teemore, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower]  in Parish Mullaghbrack Barony Oneiland, Tullyglush otherwise Carrabane [Tullyglush, Parish Keady, Barony Armagh], Tullynawood otherwise Tullynavode [possibly Tullynamalloge, Parish Keady, Barony Armagh] in Parish of Keady Barony Armagh Co. Armagh … sworn in Southampton Buildings Co. Middlesex 18 May 1853. A note in the margin: The judgement satisfied 17 June 1850.

 

1853

18

211

 

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, John T-GILLICHAN, James

 

1853

24

217

1853 Sept 8

Armagh

Monaghan

JACKSON

Image 596

BTW Mary JACKSON of Derryrusk Cottage [Derryroosk, Parish Aghnamullen, Barony Cremorne], Co. Monaghan of 1st pt; Thomas CROZIER of Great Denmark St. City of Dublin Solicitor of 2nd pt & William HUDSON of Mountcaulfield [Near Bessbrook] Co. Armagh Esq. of 3rd pt. Reciting indenture 4 Sept 1829 btw William HUDSON of 1st pt.& Rachel LOWRY then of Tullylush [probably Tullyglush, Parish Keady, Barony Armagh] Co. Armagh spinster since deceased of 2nd pt. & Thomas CROZIER of 3rd pt. rent … Mary JACKSON released lands of Cloghrivane [Clogharevan Parish Killevy (Upper Orior portion), Barony Orior Upper, Co. Armagh], 18a 1r 30p together with the weir and watercourses bounded on the south west by Carrickbracken [Carrickbrackan, Parish Killevy (Upper Orior portion), Barony Orior Upper, Co. Armagh] on the west partly by a pond and partly by a road leading from Newry to Portnorris and on the north by lands in possession of William HUDSON in Manor of Cladymore [Clady More, Parish Kilclooney (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower Barony Upper Orier Co. Armagh … Thomas CROZIER at request and direction of Mary JACKSON made over to William HUDSON 4 Nov 1829 … WITNESS: James BRADSHAW of Ballybay Co. Monaghan Manufacturer; Joseph ROBINSON of Ballybay Physician; John TATE of 29 Pollard Place Dublin Clerk; Hill McKENNA of #63 Upper Dorset St. City of Dublin Law Clerk. …. Mary JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: The townland of Clogharevan includes the town of Bessbrook.

NOTE: Mount Caulfield House lies to the south-east of the village of Bessbrook, Co. Armagh. Built in the 18th century, William Hudson resided in the premises. He was a wealthy landowner in the South Armagh area.

NOTE: In 1st Ballybay Presbyterian Church, Isaiah OLIVER and family resided at Derryrusk. Isaiah OLIVER Will Probate IWR/1836/F/247 Isaiah OLIVER of Derryrusk, Co. Monaghan d. 12th Jany 1833.

SEE also: ROD: 1850-20-90 Rev. John OLIVER (1821-1913) of Derryroosk, but then of Belfast.

 

1853

24

234

1853 Sept 5

Kings

JACKSON

George JACKSON-Henry BUCKLY

Image 617

BTW George JACKSON of Templemore. Co. Tipperary Shop keeper of 1 pt & Henry BUCKLY of Hillsboro Esq, Kings Co. of other pt. George JACKSON was entitled in his own right for term of three lives  … by assignment  1 Apr. 1840 btw George JACKSON and John JACKSON of Roscrea and also by another deed of assignment of same date btw George JACKSON & Richard JACKSON also of Roscrea sums arising out of part of lands of Dromakeenan called Hillsboro [Drumakeenan , Parish Ettagh. Barony Clonlisk] in possession of Henry BUCKLY in Barony Clonesk Kings Co. … said deed contains a covenant that that if George JACKSON his executors etc should pay Henry BUCKLY £50 in which George JACKSON stood indebted to Henry BUCKLY before 4 Dec 1853 with interest then the said deed should be null and void… WITNESS Henry BUCKLY jr of Hillsboro Kings Co. Esq and Francis SHEPPARD of Roscrea Co. Tipperary solicitor. George JACKSON [SEAL]

1853

1853

27

237

 

Carnaveigh

BREAKEY

Johnston, Wm-BREAKEY, Humphrey Th

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

28/10/1853. Humphrey Thompson BREAKEY; Carrickneveagh; witness William BREAKEY.

 

1853

32

208

 

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, Eliza-BELL, Thomas  

DICKIE, Robert-BELL, Thomas

DICKIE, Samuel-BELL, Thomas

DICKIE, Thomas-BELL, Thomas

X

1853

32

209

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE-deed of release PATTERSON  

DICKIE, Eliza-BELL, Thomas  

DICKIE, Robert-BELL, Thomas

X

1853

32

210

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, Eliza-BELL, Thomas  

BELL-HARDON  

X

1854

1

45

 

 

BARTLEY

MURPHY-FRENCH  

X

1854

11

283

 

Monaghan Co

BREAKEY

BREAKEY, John to Mullen, John & anr

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

8/5/1854.  John BREAKEY, Drumskelt, linen draper; witness Jane BREAKEY.

X

1854

12

152

 

 

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-McCULLAGH  

X

1854

13

299

 

Carnaveigh

BREAKEY

Lucas-BREAKEY, H Rev

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

6/1854. Humphrey Thompson BREAKEY; William BREAKEY, deceased.

 

1854

20

96

 

Monaghan Co

Carnaveigh

BREAKEY

BREAKEY, Humphrey T to McMurry, Thomas & anr

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

7/8/1854.  Humphrey Thompson BREAKEY; Carrickneveagh

X

1854

22

199

1850-1859

Louth

BRADFORD

BRADFORD, William J-DICKIE, James

 

1854

22

200

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, Joseph Rev-DICKIE, Mary

 

1854

23

32

1850-1859

Louth

BRADFORD

BRADFORD, Thomas-DICKIE, Thomas

 

1854

24

154

1854 Sept 19

Leitrim

 

DISNEY-MILLER Marriage Settlement

Btw Rev Edward Ogle DISNEY of Newtownhamilton, co Armagh, Clerk Rector of the Parish of Newtownhamilton of 1st part & Matilda MILLER of the City and Co Armagh spinster of 2nd part Rev Charles MILLER of Ballymakenning, Glebe in the Co of Louth, Clerk & William MILLER of  Gardiners Place in the City of Dublin Esq of the 3rd part & George MILLER of City & Co of Armagh & the Rev James DISNEY of Kilyman Rectory in Co Tyrone.. after reciting will of Rev George MILLER father of Matilda one property to be divided between his 3 daughters: Elizabeth Ann & Matilda & appointed his sons Charles & William MILLER executors.... portion to John GODLEY at Killeger, Co. Leitrim Esq. And his son Denis GODLEY ... dozens of townlands incl Aghavilly. {the memorial is 4 pages long]

 

1854

27

82

1853 Nov 7

Louth

COULTER

COULTER, Lancelot-MAGILL, James

NAMES: Jane MAGILL; Launcelot COULTER of Killeen; William PARSONS; Thomas BRYAN; Samuel REID. OTHER PLACES: Edentubber aka Edentober; Clanlyard possibly Clontygora; Clanbrassil St., Dundalk.

https://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1854Nov7-COULTER-MAGILL.html

X

1854

31

58

 

 

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-BROWN  

X

1855

4

281

 

 

BARTLEY

RUTHERFORD-BARTLEY  

X

1855

5

106

 

Drummuck

BREAKEY

McCullough, James-BREAKEY, Sam

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

20/2/1855. Samuel BREAKEY, Balladian, farmer.

x

1855

10

214

 

 

BARTLEY

MOORE-BARTLEY  

X

1855

10

215

 

 

BROWNE

MOORE-BROWNE (of Sligo)  

X

1855

10

219

1855 Apr 19

Tyrone

COULTER

Deed of conveyance Robert WILEY of Curley als Cranny Co. Tyrone, famer administrator of the will of James WILEY of same with the will annexed of the will of James WILEY deceased of the 1st pt. Hanna WILEY of Curley als Cranny widow of 2nd pt & Dr. Joseph COULTER late of Drumconnis House in Co. Tyrone Esq. surgeon in her majesties ship Edinburgh of the 3rd pt. references an indenture dated1 Oct 1816 btw Mrs. Catherine BUNBURY of the one part & John STEPHENSON Joseph SCOTT Robert WILEY and James WILEY of the other part (wherin was recited deed dated 13 Dec 1770… covenant of renewal and also indenture of mtg dated 6 Nov 1840 btw James WILEY of the one pt and John COULTER of the other…. WILEYs made over to Dr. Joseph COULTER lands of   Curley or Cranny…

16d

1855

12

251

1855

Antrim

JACKSON Frederick C.

Frederick C. JACKSON – Thomas PRENTER

Image 177

Rev. Frederick Christian JACKSON of Devoran near Truro Co. Cornwall, Clerk as Trustee of will of John Abernathy WARBURTON Esq. deceased. … Thomas PRENTER of Antrim, Co. Antrim Gent.

NOTE: Rev. Frederick Christian JACKSON (1825-1898), wife Ellen died Feb 27, 1900. SOURCE: The Memorial Inscriptions of Cornwall

 

1855

17

134

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, John T-GILMORE, Sarah   

X

1855

23

251

1850-1859

Dundalk

BRADFORD

BRADFORD, Samuel-McCULLAGH, William

x

1855

24

11

1850-1859

No denomination

COULTER

COULTER, Thomas-COULTER, William

 

1855

24

101

1855 Sept 5

Armagh

OLIVER

In Court of Queens Bench, Thomas OLIVER of Killynure [Killynure, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] Co. Armagh farmer did on 8th Aug 1855 obtain a judgement against James STEELE of Curmeeny [aka Cormeen, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh] and John SPEER of Tullycallidy [Tullycallidy, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh] both in Co Armagh Farmers for 240 pounds sterling debt besides 3 pounds 1s 11p for costs … James STEELE possesses part of the lands of Cormeen cont 30 acres English statute measure with the dwelling & offices  Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh as security for 122 pounds. NOTE: Both Cormeen& Tullycallidy are both in the Parish of Derrynoose, and both are on the northern border of Brootally.

 

1855

32

247

 

Downpatrick

BREAKEY

BREAKEY, Andrew Rev

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

20/12/1855.  Rev. Andrew BREAKEY, Killyleagh, Presbyterian minister, guardian of Anne Sweeney re marriage.

 

1856

8

67

 

 

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-BROWNE  

x

1856

9

133

 

Monaghan

BREAKEY

BREAKEY, Humphrey J-Belfast Railway

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

1/4/1856.  Humphrey Thompson BREAKEY; Carrickneveagh.

 

1856

9

171

1850-1859

Down

DICKIE

DICKIE, Joseph Rev.-HART, Henry

 

1856

10

237

 

Armagh

DICKIE

DICKIE, Joseph-ARMSTRONG, John

 

1856

11

276

1850-1859

Armagh

GILMORE

GILMORE, George-WADDELL, Margaret

 

1856

12

270

1856 May 14

Monaghan

DONALDSON BRADFORD

BRADFORD, Thomas- Dundalk & Enniskillen 

DONALDSON, Barbara-Dundalk

x

1856

12

271

1850-1859

Monaghan

BRADFORD

BRADFORD, Thomas- Dundalk & Enniskillen  

DONALDSON, Barbara-Dundalk

DICKIE, John T-Dundalk & environs

NAMES: James McCULLAGH of Derryvalley; Elizabeth McCULLAGH nèe WALLACE; Barbara DONALDSON nèe BRADFORD; Eliza DONALDSON of Bloomfield Place; Thomas BRADFORD of Carnbeg; Richard HENRY of Newbliss and Clones; John Thomas DICKIE of Clonaleenan; Alexander WADDELL; George BEATTY; James McCULLAGH, jr.; John TOWNLEY; Michael MASTERTON. OTHER PLACES: Drumgavney.

d

1856

18

204

 

 

DICKIE

DICKIE-McCOMBE PRONI D462.223

 

1856

19

80

 

Dublin City

BREAKEY

BREAKY Isabella & Robt L to King, Patrick

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

5/7/1856.  Robert L. BREAKEY, Dublin & Isabella BREAKEY, nee Meares.

x

1856

20

154

1856

Antrim

JACKSON, Luke

Luke JACKSON – no situation

 

1856

25

123

1854 Dec 31

Carlow

Dublin

JACKSON, Thomas

Thomas JACKSON-Molesworth JACKSON

Image 708

BTW Thomas JACKSON a Lieut. In her Majesty’s 37th regiment of Foot then serving with his Regiment at Kandy in the Island of Ceylon of 1 pt & Molesworth JACKSON then serving as Mate on her Majesty’s Ship Simon of the other pt. Reciting  Thomas JACKSON sold to Molesworth JACKSON part of land called Mary BRAGG’s plot fronting to Tullow Street North 70’ together with the garden in Town of Carlow … Thomas JACKSON’s share formerly held by Mary HOWIS containing 1r 28p in Barony Catherlow now called Carlow, Co. Carlow & also Thomas JACKSONs interest in house then known as No 4 in Saint Andrew Street City of Dublin … WITNESS: J. BROWN Lieut in H.M. 37th Regiment of Foot & E.R.B. BARNES Lieut in H.M. 37th Regiment of Foot . Thomas JACKSON [SEAL.]

NOTE: A Molesworth Green JACKSON Married an Eliza RUMLEY in 1857. Probate: Molesworth Green JACKSON - Late Commander of Her Majesties Ship “Octavia” d 26 Feb 1868 Malta proved by Eliza JACKSON of Brighton Terrace near Kingstown Co Dublin, widow. NOTE: Commander M.G. JACKSON, R.N., wounded on HMS Octavia off Abyssinian Coast, landed too weak to continue to England, 5th March 1868. Source: Malta Family History.

 

1856

24

254

 

 

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-GILLMER  

x

1856

27

183

 

Monaghan Co

Carricknaveagh

BREAKEY

BREAKEY, Humphrey T & James to Watson, William

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

30/9/1856. James BREAKEY, Carrickneveagh, farmer & Humphrey Thompson BREAKEY, Carrickneveagh; William BREAKEY, deceased.

X

1856

29

16

1856 Aug 2

Kings

JACKSON

Robert JACKSON – Francis JACKSON

Image 17

BTW Robert JACKSON of Killavilla [Killavilla, Parish Roscrea, Barony Ballybritt] Kings Co. Esq of 1st pt.; Mary Anne ODLUM of Cappincor Kings Co., [aka? Cappancur, Parish Geashill, Barony Geashill], spinster 2nd daughter of Henry Frederick ODLUM late of Cappincar Esq. deceased and of Mabella ODLUM otherwise DROUGHT widow of said Henry Frederick ODLUM of 2nd pt. Maybella ODLUM of 3rd pt. Francis JACKSON of Killavilla Kings Co. Esq of 4th pt & Edward John ODLUM of Old Connell Co. Kildare of 5th pt. reciting that Robert JACKSON in and by last will of Francis JACKSON deceased father of Robert JACKSON & that a marriage was to be solemnized btw Robert JACKSON & Mary Anne ODLUM in consideration of £1,000 paid by Mabella ODLUM Robert JACKSON charged part of the lands of Killavilla, Barony Ballybritt Kings Co. in possession of Francis JACKSON deceased and his undertenants and in occupation of said Robert JACKSON bounded on North by road leading from Ballybritt to Side gate … for term of 99 years … marriage portion of £1,500 … Robert JACKSON & Mabella ODLUM released to Francis JACKSON the undivided moiety the same into equal moieties to be divided of the lands of Ballycollen [Ballycollin Lower  OR Ballycollin Upper, Parish Ballyboy] Barony Ballyboy,, Kings Co. … WITNESS: John HASLAM of Frankford Kings Co., Solicitor. And James JACKSON of 27 Ushers Quay City of Dublin Hotel keeper. Robert JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: Robert JACKSON (1831-1915) son of Francis JACKSON (1776-1847) & Anne J. HASLAM. Mary Anne ODLUM (1833-1909)

SEE: JACKSONs of Ballyboy, Kings Co. aka Offaly

 

1856

30

62

 

 

GODLEY

John GODLEY father of William Alexander GODLEY marriage arts. Image 10129

 

1857

1

157

1856 Dec 29

Antrim

JACKSON, Luke

Luke JACKSON – Blayney ADAIR

Image 102

BTW Luke JACKSON of Ballymena Co. Antrim Gent of 1 pt; Blayney ADAIR of Ballymena Carpenter of the other pt. Reciting in consideration of £100 paid to JACKSON by ADAIR … premises on Church Street in Town of Ballymena … [descry] fronting Wellington St.[based on description this is in Town Parks, Parish Kirkinriola, Barony Toome Lower]  … for life of John DICKEY being the ceste que via in the recited lease … WITNESS James FORSYTHE of Ballymena & Alexander HARBISON of Dundug both of Co. Antrim writing clerks. Luke JACKSON [SEAL]

 

1857

3

80

 

 

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-McCULLAGH  

X

1857

5

102

 

 

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-BOYD  

X

1857

5

103

 

 

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH_BROWN  

X

1857

8

116

 

Monaghan Co

Down

BREAKEY

BREAKEY, William Revd &  to BREAKEY, Jas. Revd & ors

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

12/3/1857.  Rev William BREAKEY, Lisburn, Rev James BREAKEY Sheffield, Presbyterian minister, now trustee.

X

1857

10

24

1857 Mar 16

Antrim

JACKSON, Luke

Luke JACKSON – William MILLAR

Image 21

BTW Luke JACKSON of Ballymena Co. Antrim of 1st pt & John BOYD of Ballymena Pawnbroker of 2nd pt & William MILLAR of Aghoghill Co. Antrim Surgeon of 3rd pt. [BOYD had been unable to pay the mtg of £300 and land was transferred to MILLAR] …. Description of land on West side of High Street …. Passage to Bridewell St. All in Parish Kirkinriola Lower Half Barony of Toome, Co. Antrim … for life of Robert Shafto ADAIR (then Sir Robert Shafto ADAIR)… WITNESS James FORSYTHE & Matthew MONTGOMERY both of Ballymena. Luke JACKSON [SEAL]

 

1857

15

144

1857 May 23

Antrim

JACKSON, Luke

Luke JACKSON – William STARRALL

Image 496

BTW James PARKER of Grove Farm Lisnawhiggle [Lisnawhiggel, Parish Connor, Barony Antrim Lower] Co. Antrim farmer of 1st pt’ Luke JACKSON of Lawn View Cottage Ballymena Co. Antrim Gent of 2nd pt & William STARRAT formerly of Lismoney Co. Londonderry now residing in Lisnawhiggle near Connor Co. Antrim of 3rd pt. James PARKER at the request and direction of Luke JACKSON granted to William STARRAT parcel of land with all houses edifices and buildings being part of Lisnawhiggle containing 40a 2r Parish of Connor Lower Half Barony of Antrim commonly called the Grove Farm … together with a rod of turf bog in Tannybrake [Tawnybrack, Parish Connor, Barony Antrim Lower.] Mass as before … subject to right of Water of the Spring Well on said lands formerly occupied by William JOHNSON for use of Green Field Bleach Green granted by James PARKER to Robert BROWN under agreement 3 Dec 1853 … WITNESS: Alexander RORKE of Belfast solicitor & John McALAMNEY of Ballymena Law Clerk both in Co. Antrim. James PARKER [SEAL] Luke JACKSON [SEAL]

 

1857

20

284

1850-1859

Armagh

GILMORE

GILMORE, Margaret-DUNWOODY, Andrew

 

1857

21

3

 

 

McCULLAGH

Robert HAWTHORNE- Rev. Andrew McCULLOGH

 

1857

23

38

1857 Aug 1

Louth

BRADFORD

BRADFORD, Thomas-CHARLETON, William

NAMES: Robert COULTER; Thomas BRADFORD; Alexander PARKER; Mary BRADFORD; William CHARLETON; Catherine DONALDSON; Joseph DONALDSON; Joseph DICKIE; Pat RUSSEL; R.A. THOMPSON. PLACES: Carrickastuck; Philipstown; Carnbeg.

d

1857

23

244

1857 Aug 8

Armagh

OLIVER

OLIVER, Catherine - KEENAN, Judith

Deed of Conveyance btw Catherine OLIVER of Armagh, Co. ARMAGH, widow of 1 pt & Judith KEENAN of Armagh, Co. Armagh, widow of 2nd pt. reciting indenture of renewal 13 Oct 1818 btw John MAXWELL & Joseph OLIVER, William OLIVER & Benjamin OLIVER of other part… MAXWELL set to OLIVERs  all that farm of land which was then in his possession together with the bleaching mill & all other appurtenances in townland of Derryha Derryhaw, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh], Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh containing 87 acres English measure…term of 49 years rent 49 pounds sterling…covenant of renewal 5 Aug 1851 made btw William Jones ARMSTRONG of Kippure Park, Co. Wicklow Esq. of the one pt & Catherine OLIVER of other part….. the said Judith KEENAN had become entitled to the mtg debt of 300 pounds… in consid of which assigned interests to Judith KEENAN.  WITNESS: William Joseph JENKINSON, solicitor & Thomas STEPHENSON writing clerk

 

1857

34

134

 

Tullycorbett

JACKSON

EARLE-JACKSON  

X

1857

35

212

1857 Nov 6

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 355

BTW Thomas KEANE of Binen St, Town of Ennis Co. Clare, Esq & Burton JACKSON of Bushfield Ave., Co. Dublin Esq. Trustees appointed and by virtue of settlement 20 Jul 1836 on marriage of Henry Stuart BURTON of Carrgaholt Castle Co. Clare Esq with Alicia Mary BURTON otherwise SIMPSON his wife of 1st pt. Henry Stuart BURTON and Alicia Mary BURTON his wife of 2nd pt; Andrew Jones CRAWFORD of Amiens St City of Dublin Esq. of 3rd pt William DONNOLLY of Auburn Co. Dublin Esq and John Alexander DONNELLY  eldest son of said William Esq.of 4th pt Reciting Mtg 23 Nov 1830 BTW Thomas SIMPSON & Jack SINGLETON of Co. Monaghan both since deceased of 1st pt. Andrew CRAWFORD of Auburn Esq. since also deceased of 2nd pt & [Lucy?] SIMPSON of Sackville St. Co. Dublin widow of 3rd pt. Whereby SINGLETON and CRAWFORD assigned to Lucy SIMPSON 16 townlands of Derrynoose [DerrynooseNOTE: there are 38 townlands in total in this Parish] Co. Armagh subject to mtg 13 Jun 1818. To Thomas BROOKE and Eliza Jane BROOKE spinster for sum of £1, 200 on 30 July 1830 to Rev. Samuel MURRAY for sum of £1, 400 subject to proviso … £1, 700 … reciting mtg 7 Sep 1843 Andrew CRAWFORD granted said lands to John McCLINTOCK and James Calvert STRANGE Esq. Trustees of settlement of Capt Bunbury McCLINTOCK on redemption of £11,144.14.10 with interest … reciting marriage of Henry Stuart BURTON and Alicia Mary 20 Jul 1836 when 1,700 assigned to Thomas Eyre HODDER and Robert SIMPSON upon certain trusts. Reciting indenture 29 Jun 1857 whereby Thomas KANE & Burton JACKSON appointed trustees of said settlement … 16 townlands of Derrynoose (likely all clustered in the bottom half of the Parish): Rooghan alias Roaghan alias Roagan [Roughan,or possibly Rowan ], Carrick Newewen alias Carricknevend [probably Carrickabolie (Carraic a''Bhuailidh)], Toergort alias Creagham [probably Fergort ] Tullyhiven alias Tullyherney [probably Tullyhirm], Taverneagh, [probably Tivnacree ] Dromurge and Ballaghfroney alias Ballaghsconny [??]. Dromavanagh alias Drombany [probably Drumnahavil] and Tulla Inn alias Tully Inn [??], Laraghriarain alias Lotgaran [??], and Lisleagh [Lislea], Tourishitragh alias Tennerggand [??], Knocklomerd alias Knocklemeder [possibly Knockrevan (Cnoc a'' riabháin)], Dromoline alias Dromellin [Drummeland], Tatareagh alias Tatereagh [??], Crossnemoyle alias Cossnemelle [??]and Aghingaple  alias Aghingapple [?? Carryhugh (Coradh Aodha)], Brackley alias Grackley [??], Dromykgue alias Dromykyne alias Dromsline [probably Drumherney (Druim Chearnaigh)] and Argagh [??]. Balliagh alias Corgiballiagh [??], Ayde alias Aude [??] Dromkill alias Dromiville [probably Drummeland] and Dromnegale alias Dromnehale [??], Drumkenny [possibly Drumherney] and Dromeshleagh alias Dromnesbogh [??], Aghneclugh alias Agnelogh alias Crevan [??], and Cropbane [Crossbane] Lisrakill alias Lisrakelley alias Lisracally [probably Listarkelt], Crossreagh [Doohat (Dubh-tháite or Cros riach) (aka Crossreagh)] and Corley [??] in territory of Derrynoose, Barony Tureny, Co. Armagh reserving all that part of the said townland of Brackley alias Grackley …[more detail] WITNESS: Robert KEANE of City of Dublin solicitor & William DOBBIN of Gardiners Place, Dublin apprentice to Leonard DOBBIN solicitor of City of Dublin.. Rev. Charles WAD A.B.Clerke Vicar of Kilmaley, Ennis Co. Clare & Gollfe STAMER of Bonn in Prussia Hotel Proprietor. Burton JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: Burton JACKSON is new to me, but here is what I have found.  Dublin Journal of Medical Science, 1880. Dr. Burton JACKSON of Milford Causeway, Tralee. In the London Gazette, 1866, a Burton JACKSON was on Nassau St., Dublin, Gent. In the Dublin Almanac and General Register of Ireland, 1847, Burton JACKSON Esq resided at Bengal Terrace, Finglas Road [townland Prospect, Coolock, Dublin]. In 1859, a will was proved for Alice JACKSON: Alice JACKSON effects under £800 late of Stewart St., Kilrush, Co. Clare Widow d 14 Dec 1859 proved by Burton JACKSON of Muckross Terrace, Donnybrooke, Co. Dublin Esq. In 1875: The will of Burton JACKSON late of 44 Morehampton-road, Donneybrook, Co. Dublin, Esq. deceased who died February 2, 1875 at same place proved at the Principal registry by the oath of Elizabeth JACKSON of 44 Morehampton-road Widow, the sole Executrix. Effects under £4,000. NOTE: Elizabeth died 1884, and will was probated. IGP has his burial: Erected | by | BURTON JACKSON Esqre | of Morehampton Road, Dublin |and ELIZABETH his wife | In Memory | of their beloved children | HENRY | who died when an infant | VALENTINA ALICIA | who died 29th August 1844 | aged 4 years 8 months | FRANCIS BURTON | who died 2nd May 1858 | aged 9 years 7 months |. His death cert has him age 70, a Gent, and Andrew JACKSON of 44 Morehampton was present at his death. An Ancestry family tree has his parents to be Capt John JACKSON & Alice. His wife was Elizabeth McMATH (1813-1893) [I suspect that the death date given here is inaccurate]. At the time of his marriage, he was of Kilrush Co. Clare. One of their sons was an Andrew JACKSON who married Margaret MARTIN. Burton JACKSON’s only daughter was Alicia TROUSDELL (husband Richard TROUSDALE Esq.. Griffiths Valuation for Burton JACKSON from reps R.F. STEWART house valued at £17.0.0 at Bengal Terrace, Coolock, Glasnevin. Another Burton JACKSON married Ellen SUPPLE 2 Feb 1864 at Listowel or Ballyduff, Kerry. His father was a Benjamin JACKSON. Another Burton JACKSON resided at Derrymore, Roscrea, Tipperary

 

1858

4

100

1850-1859

Louth

BRADFORD

BRADFORD, John-BRADFORD, Thomas 

X

1858

5

152

 

 

McCULLAGH

McMORRAN-Dundalk Railway 

X

1858

7

156

1850-1859

Fermanagh

COULTER

COULTER, Anne-MOFFATT, James Rev.

 

1858

8

156

1855 Feb 27

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 284

BTW Robert William JACKSON of City of Armagh esq of 1 pt & Walter McGeough BOND of the Argory Co. Armagh Esq. of the other pt. Reciting… Robert William JACKSON granted to Walter McGeough BOND in his actual possession … 30a Ballycromie [Ballycrummy, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh (otherwise known by name of Carricktrudden [Carricktroddan, Parish Grange (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] NOTE: Carricktroddan is on the northern border of Ballycrummy,) subject to payment of rent. WITNESS: James McWATTY of Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan & John STANLEY of Armagh Esq. Robert William JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: Probably John STANLEY (1812-1873) related (brother?) to James STANLEY (1812-btw 1850-1862) husband of Harriette JACKSON, dau of John JACKSON & Louisa STAMER.

 

1858

11

298

1858 Mar 13

Louth

COULTER

COULTER, John-COULTER, Lancelot  

1858 March 13 NAMES: John COULTER of Skyhill; Launcelot COULTER of Ballymascanlon; Robert SIBTHORPE; Thomas SHEWELL; Thomas COULTER of Skyhill; Anna Maria SEAVER; Hannah LUNDY; Launcelot COULTER; Henry CRANSTON; Joseph DICKIE of Dundalk; John Askey DRANSFIELD; Edward GREER; A. ENGLISH. OTHER PLACES: Killeen aka Killen.

d

1858

12

185

1858 Mar 13

Sligo

JACKSON

Burton JACKSON -William WOODRUFFE

Image 495

BTW Thomas KEANE of Binden St. Ennis, Co. Clare Esq & Burton JACKSON of Bushfield Ave., Co. Dublin Esq of 1st pt Henry Stuart BURTON of Carrigaholt Castle Co. Clare Esq. & Alicia Mary BURTON his wife of the 2nd pt. Meredith THOMPSON of Castlefield Co. Sligo therein after called “the second” and Meredith THOMPSON of Knockadoo Co. Clare therein after called “the third” Esq. of 3rd pt; William WOODROFFE of Fitzwilliam Sq. City of Dublin Barrister at Law of 4th pt. Reciting … lands of Gersoge otherwise Garrowsack otherwise Garrowrack otherwise Garrovock [possibly Carrickglass, Parish Killadoon, Barony Tirerrill], Anrusna otherwise Androwsna otherwise Ahdravsna [possibly  Andresna, Parish Kilmactranny, Barony Tirerrill], Ballyfull otherwise Ballinfull [probably Ballinphull, Parish Killadoon, Barony Tirerrill] otherwise Lismarogue [??] otherwise Coolnamoneen [Coollemoneen, Parish Killadoon, Barony Tirerrill], Ronetruane otherwise Ronetroussane otherwise Rinetruane [possibly Rannatruffaun West, Parish Killadoon, Barony Tirerrill] in Barony Tynerill  Co. Sligo. Thomas KEANE [SEAL] Burton JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: On Aug 1, 1837, a Burton JACKSON (est 1805-1875) of Co. Clare married an Elizabeth McMATH daughter of Andrew McMATH of Monaghan. JACKSONs of Shinrone, Camblin & Roscrea.

 

1858

13

201

1857 Dec 23

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 126

Memorial of Deed Poll under common seal of Ulster Railway Co. …. Required for purposes of Ulster Railway extension from Armagh to Monaghan & authorized to take pieces or parcels of land mentioned – part of townland of Ballybrolly otherwise Ballybrawley [Ballybrolly, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion)], Parish of Eglish, Barony Armagh, Co. Armagh & reciting said parcels of land were seated or supposed to be seated in Robert William JACKSON of Belfast in Co. Antrim Esq. by virtue of a lease from Lord Archbishop of Armagh Primate and Metropolitan of all Ireland and further reciting … 1a 2r numbered 3 in the Map and Book of reference … also other piece of land in same townland containing1a 1r 33p marked number 7 also piece of land 7p numbered 9 in map, total 3a Stature Measure in townland of Ballybrawley, Parish Eglish … purchased for £159.7.6.

 

1858

17

178

 

Monaghan

Carrichnaveagh

BREAKEY

BREAKY, Humphrey J-Robinson, John

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

15/6/1857.  Marriage settlement Humphrey Thompson BREAKEY & Jemima Graham, Belfast; reference to Carrickneveagh & William BREAKEY deceased.

 

1858

19

189

1858 Feb 5

Kiltybane, Armagh

BRADFORD

DONALDSON, Elizabeth-BRADFORD, Margaret 

Image 119

BTW Elizabeth DONALDSON of Tullyvallen [Tullyvallan, Parish of Newtownhamilton, Barony of Fews Upper], Co. Armagh, widow of one pt & Margaret BRADFORD of Cavananore, Co. Louth spinster of the other pt. In consideration of £150 Elizabeth DONADSON paid to Margaret BRADFORD granted to Margaret BRADFORD that farm of land in townland Kiltybawn [Kiltybane (Na Coillte Bána or Lios Liatroma) (aka Lisleitrim) Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper], Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Upper Fews, Co. Armagh containing 24a 1r 4p formerly in possession of James CARRAGHER afterwards in possession of Patrick GARLAND and then in actual possession of Elizabeth DONALDSON … for term of 89 years …WITNESS: Thomas STEPHENSON of Armagh, Co. Armagh writing clerk and William Joseph JENKINSON of Armagh, Co. Armagh solicitor. Elizabeth DONALDSON [SEAL]

NOTE: Elizabeth Johanna JACKSON (1817-1900) was the wife of John DONALDSON (1818-1854) of Tullyvallen. She was a 1st cousin once removed of Margaret BRADFORD (1786-1847). One of many JACKSON-BRADFORD-DONALDSON family connections.

X

1858

26

56

1858 May 20

Armagh

MENARY

Image 248

BTW James IRWIN of Dansbury, Co. Cheshire, England, Hotel Keeper & Joseph MENARY of Lisnadill Co. Armagh, farmer of 1 pt & William LOUDAN of Armagh, Co. Armagh Baker of other pt. James IRWIN & Joseph MENARY sold to William LOUDAN lands of Ballymartin [Ballymartrim Otra, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Parish Eglish Barony Armagh, Co. Armagh containing 21a English Statute measure … WITNESS: William A. SIMPSON of Armagh, Co. Armagh, Law Clerk aged 20 years and upwards.

 

1858

32

61

1858 Sept 20

Londonderry

JACKSON

Image 223

BTW Andrew JACKSON of Glenconway, Co. Londonderry farmer of 1 pt & Robert JACKSON of same only son to said Andrew JACKSON. Townlands Ardinariff, Bovevagh & Glenconway then in occupation of Andrew JACKSON with the houses and buildings in Barony Kannaught Co. Londonderry and also all the household furniture Houses Cows Stock Crop Farming Implements Goods Chatttels & effects of said Andrew JACKSON excepting for the charges for his wife Martha JACKSON should she survive him, the Dwelling House barn and garden in Ardiniff which was Milikin’s farm that he should also have and be entitled to his choice of two cows of present stock and also all the grazing and foddering year and yearly for his life and the life of his wife …. WITNESS: Hugh LANE Solicitor of Londonderry Victor Gibson LYNCH Merchant. Robert JACKSON [SEAL] and Andrew JACKSON [SEAL]

 

1859

1

265

 

 

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-McCLAVE  

X

1859

7

100

1859 Feb 8

Sligo

Cavan

JACKSON

Image 406

BTW Henry MAXWELL of Bailieborough Co. Cavan Gent of 1 pt & Henry MAXWELL of Coote Hill Co. Cavan merchant son of said Henry MAXWELL sr. of Bailieborough of 2nd pt; James JACKSON of Territick Co. Sligo Esq and Eliza Anne JACKSON of Teritick Co. Sligo spinster daughter of said James JACKSON of 3rd pt.; John James MAXWELL of Bailieborogh Co. Cavan & Alexander GILLMOR of Mount Dodwell Co. Sligo Gent of 4th pt. .. reciting …. Parcel of ground in Market Square in town of Bailieborogh … and reciting that a marriage was to be held bt Henry MAXWELL jr & Eliza Anne JACKSON …

SEE: Descendants of Thomas JACKSON of Co. Sligo James JACKSON (1789-1877)

 

1859

10

45

 

 

 

OSBREY-MOORE (mention of Patrick Adair BLACK)  

X

1859

12

110

 

 

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-McCULLAGH  

NOTE: see also negative search in PRONI D1968/11

x

1859

17

187

1859 May 20

Down

BRADFORD

BRADFORD, John- WADDELL, John

Image 480

BTW John WADDELL of Ouley, Co. Down & John BRADFORD of Ardkeragle, Co. Down. 21a Ringolish

 

1859

17

195

1859 May 24

 Down

BROWN

BROWN-KEARNEY

Image 486

John BROWN jr of Belfast, Co. Anrim Merchant of 1 pt & William KEARNEY of Ballymacarrett Co. Down Basket Maker of other pt. … land in Ballymacarrett, Parish Ballymacarrett, Barony Castlerreagh, Co. Down containing in front to Ballymacarrett Road 120’ and in depth 90’ bounded on the north by road to Hollywood ….

X

1859

17

196

1856 Jul 1

Louth

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-GILMORE  

Image 486

James Birch GILLMER [aka GILMORE] of Mayfield, Co. Down and William CHARLETON of Philipstown, Co. Louth Esq. Trustees and Executors of Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore, Co. Louth Esq. deceased. Plaintiffs

Thomas McCULLAGH of Derryvalley Co. Monaghan Esq. defendant.

Supplemental affidavit to register as mortgage in Court of Queens Bench James Birch GILLMER of Mayfield Co. Down Gent age 50 … Queens Bench judgement against Thomas McCULLAGH of Derryvalley, Co. Monaghan the defendant in the title of land for sum of £2,500 sterling Debt besides £3.1.11 for costs …

NOTE: James Birch GILLMER (1808-1877) and Thomas McCULLAGH (1793-1877) and this court case For links to the subsequent effects of this case, see: Events involving Samuel BRADFORD and Cavananore.

X

1859

18

19

1850-1859

Louth

COULTER

COULTER, Lancelot-BELL, Leonard

 

1859

21

73

1850-1859

Dundalk

COULTER

COULTER, Lancelot-FEGAN, James

 

1859

23

252

1851 Nov 1

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 128

Anthony McALISTER of Garvagh Co. Londonderry age 50 years and upwards obtained a judgement against Robert William JACKSON of City of Armagh solicitor for sum of £1,000 debt levies £3.1.11. … The word “Esquire” being also interlined on the 33rd line and the word William being struck out and interlined throughout [NOTE: What does this imply?]

 

1859

25

140

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, John T-GILMER, Sarah 

X

1859

29

286

1859 Jul 23

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 585

Court of Queens Bench Judgement. Awarded to Thomas CUNNINGHAM of Belfast Co. Antrim Merchant Plaintiff from Robert William JACKSON City of Armagh Barrister defendant. Lands of Tonagher , Agherwillan, Aughagallagh, Bore Nine [aka Becanine?],, Tullymore otherwise Aghelin & Carricktrodden [Carricktroddan, Parish Grange (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], otherwise Ballycrommy [Ballycrummy, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] in Parish Armagh Barony & Co. Armagh. Lands of Ballybrawley [Ballybrolly, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion)] in Parish Eglish Barony Armagh & lands of Mullaghbrack [Mullaghbrack, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] Parish Mullaghbrack Barony Lower Fews Co. Armagh Lands of Teemore [Teemore, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] in Parish Mullaghbrack Barony Oneiland West Co. Armagh. Lands of Carnacreer [Cornacrew, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] in Parish Mullaghbrack Barony Lower Fews, Co. Armagh. Lands of Tullyglish known as Tullynarrose [Tullyglush, Parish Keady, Barony Armagh], Lands of Tullyglin known as Carrabane [possibly Tullyglush (Tulaigh Ghlaise), Parish Keady, Barony Armagh all in Co. Armagh Parish Keady & barony Armagh. Lands of Taneragee [Tanderagee, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion), Barony of Fews Lower& Tullynagin [Tullynagin, Lisnadil (Upper Fews portion), in the Barony of Fews Upper] Parish & Waterwell of Tanderagee in Barony Upper Fews Co. Armagh.  £202.9.3 caused by said judgement. … The judgement was satisfied 5 Aug 1862

 

1859

32

240

1850-1859

Louth

COULTER

COULTER, Lancelot-DICKIE,  NAMES: Launcelot COULTER of Ballymascanlon; John DICKIE of Moyles, Co. Monaghan; Russell PATTESON of Fairhill; Mountifest LONGFIELD; Charles James HARGRAN possibly HARGREAVE; William CARVILLE; Thomas George ROWLAND of Whitemills; Mary BELL aka CROZIER of Christianson; Sir John McNEILL.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1859Sep6-COULTER-DICKIE.html

X

1859

33

6

 

Louth

JACKSON

Image 8

BTW George BALL of Ballsgrove in Co & Town Drogheda Esq of 1st pt; Isabella Jane COCKBURN formerly JACKSON widow of 2nd pt; Isabella Jane COCKBURN spinster daughter of said Isabella Jane COCKBURN otherwise JACKSON of 3rd pt & John Thomas BALL of Marrion Sq City of Dublin one of her Majesty;’s Counsel & William MAFFETT of South Frederick St City of Dublin Esq. of 4th pt. Reciting that George BALL by virtue of deed 15 Mar 1821 executed by his father possessed of premises in the County of the Town of Drogheda and further reciting that George BALL was about to marry Isabella Jane COCKBURN and had agreed to settle to her as her sole and separate property and to her separate use the surplus income from his estates …. WITNESS: William John McGUINESS of #28 Denzielle St City of Dublin Clerk to Gustavus Rochfort WADE Solicitor & John POTTER of Harolds Cross Co. Dublin Gent George BALL [SEAL] Isabella J. COCKBURN [SEAL]

 

1859

39

155

 

 

 

MILLS  

X

1859

39

156

 

 

McCULLAGH

MILLS-GOUDY  

X

1859

42

52

1859 Dec 15

Antrim

JACKSON, George

George JACKSON – Mary JACKSON

Image 41

BTW George Alexander JACKSON of Islandmagee farmer and John ARMSTRONG of Artnagullian [Artnagullian, Parish Connor, Barony Antrim Lower], farmer two of the executors of the will of Luke JACKSON late of Ballymena Co. Antrim deceased & Mary JACKSON of Ballymena Co. Antrim widow of the other pt. in consideration of £350 paid by Mary JACKSON assign all tenements and premises on Springwell Street in Town of Ballymena [in Town Parks near The Fountain]  … [description]

NOTE: Probably Mary JACKSON (1812-1874) née ELLISON widow of Luke JACKSON (1800-1858). SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

 

1859

43

102

1859 Dec 14

Sligo

JACKSON

Frances JACKSON – George BARCHARD

Image 266

BTW Thomas JONES Esq. Major in 4th regiment of Dragoon Guards at present stationed at Brighton in England of 1st pt; William WHITTAKER of Ardnaree Co. Sligo M.D. of 2nd pt Thomas Jones & Anne JONES of Leinster Esq are in Co. Middlesex widow & Frances JACKSON [aka Frances Alice JONES] the wife of Sidney Vaughan JACKSON of City of Dublin Solicitor of 3rd pt; Sir Walter Charles JAMES of Betteshanger, Co. Kent Bart & Charles David Cunynghame ELLIS Esq a Capt in Majesty’s 60th regiment of 4th pt; & George BARCHARD Eq Capt in Majesty’s 16th Regiment of Foot of 5th pt… in consideration of £20,000 … lands in Baronies Tyreragh and Corran Co. Sligo and in Barony Tyreragh in Co, Mayo. … First Schedule: lands of Carrowmacbryan [Carrowmacbryan, Parish Easky, Barony Tireragh] consisting of Hanleystown [Hanleystown – a sub-townland], Lynnestown [Lenstown], Foystown, [Foystown], Walshestown [Walshestown], Kylestown [Kyalstown] in Barony Tyreragh [Tireragh] 2ndly lands of Ballintown otherwise Ballytyan otherwise Ballintyan[??],, Lacksnaslare otherwise Lacknaslive otherwise Lahanslave otherwise Leahancleave [Lackanatlieve, Parish Kilglass, Barony Tireragh], Frankfort [Frankford, Parish Kilglass, Barony Tireragh] part thereof called the Mountain and part called Ballntober otherwise Ballintubber [possibly Ballinvoher, Parish Drumcliff, Barony Carbury or Ballinvoher, Parish Toomour, Barony Corran], Carrownadown otherwise Carrowndon otherwise Carrownneoine otherwise Carrownedane, otherwise Carrownedinne [??], Drinaghanmore otherwise Dryvaghan [possibly Dromore, Parish of Kilmactranny, in the Barony of Tirerrill] Ballinbeg otherwise Ballinlig [Ballinlig, Parish of Kilmactranny, in the Barony of Tirerrill] Portavade otherwise Portevade [??] and Falfin [??] in Barony Tyreragh [Tirerrill], Co. Sligo. Second Schedule: the half or moiety of plot of ground in Town of Bealeek now known as Ballina [Parish Kilmoremoy, Barony Tirawley, Co.Mayoacross the river from Co. Sligo] opposite the Barracks containing 40’ in front and also 5a of land being part of the Castle half quarter formerly in possession of William BELL in Barony Tyrawley [Tirawley] Co. Mayo and now known as the Hotel and the Hotel Field in and near the town of Ballina aforesaid. Secondly lands of Tullaghmore and Knockanagher or Knocknaher [Knockanagher, Parish Drumrat, Barony Corran]  Lissnanybeg [possibly Lisconny, Parish Drumrat, Barony Corran] Burvish [Bearvaish, Parish Drumrat, Barony Corran], Knockrower or Knockrawer [possibly Knockanagher, Parish Drumrat, Barony Corran], Lissanymore all now known as Lissnanybeg [possibly Lisconny, Parish Drumrat, Barony Corran] and Rathmullen [??] in Barony Corran Co. Sligo. Thirdly parcels of ground in Town of Bealeek being between the house formerly set to James FREELE deceased and the road leading to Newtown Gore part of the Commons in Bealeek or Ballina in Barony Tyrawley Co. Mayo and also lands of Knockleagh [probably Knocklehaugh, Parish of Kilmactranny, in the Barony of Tirerrill], Mullinroe [possibly Mullauns, Parish of Kilmactranny, in the Barony of Tirerrill],  and Heavesoker [??] and the Bog in Barony Tyrawley [Tirawley] Co. Mayo & also lands of Rahins otherwise Rashanagh [possibly Raheens, Parish Ballysakeery, Barony Tirawley,] and the Commons Carrownarahan or Rahanny [possibly Rahans, Parish Ballynahaglish, Barony Tirawley] one quarter Cloonturk otherwise Cluonturk [Cloonturk, Parish Ballynahaglish, Barony Tirawley], the wood of Cloonturk with the bog attached Behy and Behybawn [Behybaun, Parish Ballynahaglish, Barony Tirawley] Turoweenor Tooreen and Lisscrittane or Creggane [possibly Creggaun, Parish Ballynahaglish, Barony Tirawley] otherwise Ballinara with the Bog in Barony Tyrawney [Tirawley] Co. Mayo. Third Schedule: Town and lands of Rashlee [probably Rathlee , Parish Easky, Barony Tireragh] 580a 0r 31p Irish Planation measure in Barony Tyreragh Co, Sligo; lands of Cormully otherwise Cormullyeaghter otherwise Corrumly eighter otherwise Carrambly eighter otherwise Coremby eighter [??] otherwise Farrenmorgan [??] Killens [??]  being the half quarter of Cloontarmin otherwise Cloontarmine otherwise Clootarmnan otherwise Cloonetermon [??] otherwise Knockatarmon [??] the quarter of Lislongford otherwise Lissalongford otherwise Lissinlongford [??], Legamine otherwise Legamind otherwise Legamina otherwise Leganime otherwise Laggemy [??] all now generally known by the names of Farramorgan [??] and Culleens [Culleens, Parish Kilglass, Barony Tireragh] in Barony Tyreragh [TireraghCo. Sligo. Fourth Schedule: Lands of Thanagly alias Ardnaree [Ardnaree or Shanaghy, Parish Kilmoremoy, Barony Tyreragh, Co. Mayo] with sub-denominations of Mussgrove and Woodplot in Barony Tyreragh [Tireragh], Co. Sligo except part of lands of Ardnanee [Ardnaree or Shanaghy, Parish Kilmoremoy, Barony Tirawley, Co. Mayo] known as the Old Plott containing 1a 2r 6p and also such parts of the field now in the possession of Dr. William WHITTAKER known as Dr. FAWCETT’s Field (such field being part of the lands of Ardnaree) as runs in a straight line from the far corner of the wall in the rere of the Gardens of the Old Plotts to the Desmesne Wall opposite the south or southwestern gable of the house known as BOUTMED House in the Twinford Road which part of such field contains 2a 2r 0p and also such part of lands of Ardnareee as are known as Bourne’s House and Premises and Fair Store now in possession of the representatives of Henry HUSTON and James HIGGINS respectively and containing 0a 2r 30p or thereabouts. The Fifth Schedule: Derrynenagh [??] and Gortlogh [Gortlownan, Parish Killerry, Barony Tirerrill], Co. Sligo and also the Park at Massbrook known by the name of Stone Park [possibly Stonehall, Parish Ballynahaglish, Barony Tirawley] Turoweenor Tooreen and Lisscrittane or Creggane [possibly Creggaun, Parish Ballynahaglish, Barony Tirawley] all now generally known as Woodpark [NOTE There is a Woodpark in Parish Annagh, Barony of Costello – no mention of one in Barony Tirawley] situate in Barony Tyrawley Co. Mayo … WITNESS: of Thomas JONES – Wiliam JOICE a Cornet in Her Majesty’s 4th Regiment of Dragoon Guards, William MACNAMARA Assistant Surgeon in said 4th Regiment of Dragoon Guards, at present stationed at Brighton, England & Richard Owen ARMSTRONG of City of Dublin Solicitor and of said Anne JONES Frances JACKSON & Sidney Vaughan JACKSON by Alfred James WRIGHT Clerk to Messrs Currie & Williams Solicitors 32 Lincoln Inns Fields, London. Thomas JONES [SEAL]

NOTE: Subtownlands of Culleens, Parish Kilglass, Barony Tireragh

·         Bourke's Town

·         Rathmacurkey

·         Gorteen

·         Roycloghany

·         Meenarhammer

·         Gortagheen

·         Crockoona

·         Meedowen

·         Knockrawer

·         Cuff's Town

·         Ballyteemore

 

1860

1

78

1859 Nov 9

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 51

Jacob ORR of Laurerell Hill, Co. Armagh Linen Manufacturer aged 30 years and upwards plaintiff judgement in Queens Bench won against Robert William JACKSON of Armagh, Co. Armagh Gent Esq. defendant. £166.13.7 for debt & £7.4.11 for costs … lands of Tullymore, Ballycrummy & Ballytroddan in Parish of Armagh, Barony Armagh, lands of Ballybrawley in Parish of Eglish, Barony Armagh, lands of Tullylush & Ballymacone in Parish of Keady, Barony Armagh, lands of Corney Crew, Mullaghbrack in Parish Mullaghbrack Barony Lower Fews, Lands of Teemore Parish Mullaghbarck Barony Lower Fews all in Co. Armagh.

NOTE: The judgement was satisfied Feb 25, 1863.

NOTE: Based on land holdings, this Robert William JACKSON was likely connected to the STAMER-JACKSONs. SEE: 1877 April 4.

 

1860

1

84

1860-1869

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, John T-WALLACE, Henry  

X

1860

6

197

1860

Antrim

JACKSON, George A

 George A. JACKSON – Mary JACKSON

Image 506

Mary JACKSON of Ballymena Co. Antrim, widow, one of the plaintiffs and John ARMSTRONG of Artnagullian [Artnagullian, Parish Connor, Barony Antrim Lower], farmer on 7 Feb 1860 obtained a judgment in Her Magesty’s Court of Queens Bench in Ireland against the defendant George Alexander JACKSON of Islandmagee Co. Antrim farmer for sum of £481.10 … George Alexander JACKSON has equity in lands of Loonburn [Loonburn, Parish Kilbride, Barony Antrim Upper. 147a in his actual occupation and of his undertenants held by lease under Marquis of Donegal in townland of Loonburn, Parish Kilbride, Barony Upper Antrim

NOTE: Probably George Alexander JACKSON (1804-1877) brother of Luke JACKSON (1800-1858) both sons of George JACKSON.

NOTE: Probably Mary JACKSON (1812-1874) née ELLISON widow of Luke JACKSON (1800-1858). SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

 

1860

9

250

1860 Feb 21

Down

 

Lord Downshire- James HENRY

Image 530

BTW Rt. Hon Arthur Blundell Sandy Trumbull HILL [3rd Marquess of Downshire.] and James HENRY at present living at Roseamond Rathgar Co. Dublin, Esq. Dr. of Medicine. Reciting 18 Oct 1753 Rt Hon HILL of Hillsborough part of townland of Ballyvalley [Ballyvally, Parish Seapatrick, Barony Iveagh Upper, Upper Half, Co. Down] containing 14a 20p … legally vested in Euphemia HENRY of Banbridge Co. Down by indenture 1 Jan 1831 … lives of Thomas HENRY of the City, solicitor, Samuel HENRY of City of Dublin Physician and John REILLY of Hillsborough Co. Down Esq. Thomas HENRY & James HENRY only now living … . [I was looking for Mary JACKSON (?-1860), but no mention of any JACKSONs

 

1860

10

224

1860-1869

Louth

BRADFORD

BRADFORD, Thomas-agreement  

X

1860

11

27

1860-1869

Louth

BRADFORD

BRADFORD, Thomas-Deed  

DICKIE, Alexander-Deed

DICKIE, Elizabeth J-Deed

DICKIE, James-Deed

DICKIE, John T-Deed

DICKIE, John-Deed

DICKIE, Joseph-Deed

DICKIE, Margaret-Deed

DICKIE, Mary A.-Deed

DICKIE, Mary-Deed

x

1860

13

220

1860-1869

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, Alexander-TWIBILL, Anne

 

1860

16

229

1860 May 26

 

JACKSON

NAMES: Elizabeth JACKSON née McCULLAGH of Urker Lodge; John JACKSON of Liscalgot; Rev. Charles MASSÉ; Thomas TERISON Esq.; James McCULLAGH sr.; James McCULLAGH jr; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore; John GILLESPIE; James SMYTHE; John SMYTHE; David JACKSON. OTHER PLACES: Drummuck, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan.

 

1860

16

230

1860 May 24

 

JACKSON

NAMES: David JACKSON of Urker Lodge; Elizabeth JACKSON née McCULLAGH; William Henry OGLE of Newry; John GILLESPIE; James SMYTHE; John SMYTHE; Richard Jebb BROWNE; William Henry WOODS; Edward GREER; John HANBURY. OTHER PLACES: Drummuck, Parish of Ballybay, Co. Monaghan.

 

1860

23

233

 

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 334

Marriage Settlement: BTW Robert William JACKSON of Royal Military Infirmary, Phoenix Park Dublin Esq. M.D. & Anne SIMPSON of Longwood Ave City of Dublin spinster of 2nd pt …

NOTE: Sir Robert William JACKSON (1827-1921) & Anne SIMPSON (?-1888), Quakers of Edenderry.

 

1860

23

248

 

Louth

OLIVER

OLIVER, Turner - THOMPSON, Acheson

 

1860

24

195

 

 

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-DONALDSON  

X

1860

27

157

1860 Aug 9

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 488

Maria MARTIN of #4 Mount Pottinger Co. Antrim Widow aged 60 years and upwards judgment entered at Queens Bench, Maria MARTIN plaintiff, Robert William JACKSON of Armagh, Co. Armagh Esq. defendant, amount recovered £1,000 for debt & £3.1.11 for costs. At time of affidavid, Robert William JACKSON was in possession or had disposing powers over lands of Lanugher, Aughervillan, Beromine, Tullymore otherwise Aughalin, Carricktrodden, Ballycrummy and Ballybrawley in Barony Armagh and Parish Armagh Corneycrew and Mullaghbarck in Barony of Lower Fews and Parish Mullaghbrack, Teemore and Marleycoo beg in Barony O’Neiland West and in parish Mullghbrack, that part of Tullyglush called Carrahane and Tullynavode otherwise Tullynawode in Barony Armagh Parish Keady, the mill and lands of Tanderagee in Barony Lower Fews and Tullnagin in Barony upper Fews & parish Lisnadill all in Co. Armagh

NOTE: Maria MARTIN née JACKSON (1786-1866) sister of Robert William JACKSON (1799-1861). He was buried at Armagh CoI Cathedral

 

1860

36

163

1860 Nov 19

Down

HILL

HILL-MALCOMSON

Image 487

Samuel HILL of Banbridge Co. Down Merchant of 1st pt; William MALCOMSON of Portlan Co. Waterford. … Ballyvalley [Ballyvally, Parish Seapatrick, Barony Iveagh Upper, Upper Half], Parish Seapatrick 20a 2r 27p

 

1860

39

11

 

 

BARTLEY

BARTLEY-BARTLEY  

X

1861

2

126

 

Sligo

JACKSON

Oliver Vaughan JACKSON – Elphinston BARCHARD

 

1861

8

34

 

 

BARTLEY

BARTLEY-ENGLISH 

X

1861

12

37

1860-1869

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, Elizabeth J-DICKIE, Alexander

DICKIE, Margaret-DICKIE, Alexander  

X

1861

12

38

1861 Apr 10

 

COULTER

COULTER, Lancelot  

NAMES: John TOWNLEY of Ballymascanlon; Launcelot COULTER; James Wolfe McNEALE; James MOORE; Thomas Coulter DICKIE; James STOKES; Robert ROGERS; John HANBURY. OTHER PLACES: Mountpleasant aka Mount Pleasant; Culfore.

d

1861

14

63

 

Armagh

BROWN

Rev Daniel Gunn BROWNE- Henry G. JOHNSTON

Rev Daniel Gunn BROWN of Glenburn, Co Armagh, Presbyterian Minister of 1st pt Robert McKINSTRY of Armagh, Co, Armagh Esq. Medical Doctor of 2nd pt & Henry George JOHNSTON of Fort Johnston, Co. Monaghan Esq, Trustee… of 3rd pt. Reciting indenture 22 Mar 1842 betw Rt Hon Ld John George BERESFORD, Lord Archbishop of Armagh of 1st pt, The Ecclesiastical Commission of Ireland of 2nd pt;  & Rev Wm BROWN of Moy Co Tyrone since deceased of 3rd pt. Reciting indenture of lease 2 May 1838 btw Archbishop of Armagh & William BROWN- renewal for 21 years of lands of Drumarg [Drumarg, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], part of the demesne lands of Armagh… 8 acres of townland of Drumarg … William BROWNE last will and testament  3 Jan 1844 bequeathed & devised to his only son Daniel Gunn BROWNE in trust for his wife Beatrice BROWN and afterwards for his son. And reciting that Beatrice departed this life 1850. Daniel Gunn BROWN inherited land on Market St with several buildings and appurtenances 79 ft in front to English St. 250 ft in depth to the north adjoining Mr. BURGESSES’ 176 ft in the west… rent of 129 pounds 17s 10p. NOTE: In the Griffiths Valuation the only mention of Daniel BROWNE was as a lessor of a house at Clady Beg which was leased to William BROWN deceased and valued at 0.5.0

1

1861

20

175

1861 Jun 20

Kings

JACKSON

Frederick A. JACKSON

Image 109

BTW Thomas Wigglesworth REEVES of Upper Glocester St City of Dublin solicitor of 1 pt & Frederick Adolphus JACKSON of Inane Roscrea Co. Tipperary Esq. of the other pt. Reciting 22 Jul 1698 btw Godfrey BEATO of 1 pt & Benjamin FREND of the other pt Godfrey BOATE assigned lands of Ballyrehie alias Ballyilihie [Ballyrihy , Parish Dunkerrin] containing 110a in Barony Clonlisk,Kings Co. … 14 May 1838 btw Joseph HONE of Harcourt St. Co. Dublin Esq. (since deceased) of 1 pt & Abraham LEWIS then of Glenburn Co. Cork Esq. of the other pt. … interest of Joseph HONE now vested in Nathaniel HONE … Frederick Adolphus JACKSON & Henry Wigglesworth REEVES agreed to sell title to Ballyrehie otherwise Ballylihie otherwise called Irishtown in Barony Clonlisk Kings Co. containing1, 128a 6p for sum of £13,000 Ballyrehie otherwise Ballylihie otherwise called Irishtown and Myrtle Grove containing 198a 6p in Barony Clonlisk … including quarries of stone slate, mines of coal minerals and all royalties and appurtenances … WITNESS: William Henry JACKSON of Mountjoy Sq., Dublin Esq. & Robert O’MALLEY of Fairview Dublin his clerk.

NOTE: For Frederick Adolphus JACKSON (1797-1872) see Family tree of Peter JACKSON & Joanna For Joseph HONE (1775-1857) see Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff - Descendants.

 

1861

20

230

1861 Jun 21

Kings

JACKSON

Frederick A. JACKSON

Image 137

BTW Frederick Adolphus JACKSON of Inane Roscrea Co. Tipperary of 1st pt & Margaret BARRY otherwise LOCKE otherwise ESMONDE wife of John Harold BARRY Esq. of he 2nd pt Sir Thomas ESMOND Bart of Johnstown Castle Co. Wexford and James POWER of Edermine House Co. Wexford bart of 3rd pt. Reciting 15 Dec 1860 deed of Thomas Wigglesworth REEVES … Info in ROD: 1861-20-175 above.

NOTE: For Frederick Adolphus JACKSON (1797-1872) see Family tree of Peter JACKSON & Joanna

 

1861

22

257

1860-1869

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, Alexander-Receipt

 

1861

22

258

1860-1869

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, Alexander-Receipt

 

1861

22

259

1860-1869

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, Alexander-Receipt

 

1861

23

44

1861 Jul 8

Dundalk

COULTER

COULTER, Mary [spinster]; LAWSON, George; OWENS, Edward-DUNN, Revd.?

County Louth Archives PP54/6/41860-1869

X

1861

34

45

 

Co Monaghan

BREAKEY

BREAKEY, Wm & BREAKEY, Jane-Dundalk & Enniskillen Railway

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

1861.  William BREAKEY, Lislea, County Monaghan, farmer & Jane BREAKEY, widow, nee Renwick, his mother.

 

1861

38

29

 

Kings

JACKSON

George JACKSON – Catherine GARDINER

Elizabeth JACKSON-Catherine GARDINER

Seems to be the wrong # Image 403

 

1862

5

237

1861 Dec 31

Armagh

Fermanagh

JACKSON

Image 351

BTW William Nassau IRWIN of Castleblayney Co. Monaghan Esq. M.D. & Henry JACKSON of Clontivern Co. Fermanagh Esq. of 1 pt; William KIRK of Annvale Co. Armagh Esq. of other pt. … lands of Dunlarge [Dunlarg , Parish Keady, Barony Armagh] & Racarby [Racarbry, Parish Keady, Barony Armagh] containing 72a 2r 12p in Manor of Toaghey, Barony & Co. Armagh WITNESS: Andrew McMATH of Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan, Esq, Mars MOORE of Analon Clones Co. Monaghan Gent.; William A. SIMPSON of Armagh, Co. Armagh Law Clerk, Samuel POTTS of Darkly Co. Armagh Gent

 

1862

7

22

1862 Feb 12

Galway

 

JACKSON

Alice JACKSON – Burton JACKSON

Image 18

BTW Joseph BUTLER of Winterfield, Co. Galway assistant surgeon in the Tipperary Artillery Regiment of Malitico of 1st pt. Alice JACKSON of Prospect Hill in Co. & Town of Galway spinster and Benjamin JACKSON of Prospect Hill Esq. County Inspector of Constabulary the father of said Alice JACKSON of 2nd part; John BUTLER of Winterfield Esq father of said Joseph BUTLER of 3rd part and Burton JACKSON of Galway Esq son of said Benjamin & Cecil CRAMPTON of Cahermorris Co. Galway Esq. of 4th pt. … marriage btw Alice JACKSON & Joseph BUTLER … lands of Castlecrux in Barony Clare Parish Anaghdown Co. Galway …. Matilda TIDD wife of John Butler TIDD Esq. of Rathgar [?] dau of said John BUTLER … [other lands in Co. Galway … Joseph BUTLER [SEAL] Alice JACKSON [SEAL] Benjamin JACKSON [SEAL] John BUTLER [SEAL]

 

1862

9

63

1862 Mar 11

Meath

JACKSON

JACKSON-DALY

Deed of Assignment Dec 31 1861 between Thomas JACKSON of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath Esq. of 1st part Henry BLACKWELL of Dunleer, Co. Louth Gent of 2nd part & Robert Bedford DALY of Drogheda of 3rd part… various lands mortgaged: Corstown containing 26 acres or thereabouts on the lands of the Mountain containing 50 acres or thereabouts on to the lands of GortanKelly containing 12 acres the lands of Dunleer all in the parish of Dunleer, Barony of Ferrard and Barony of Ardee Co. Louth. WITNESSES: James F. SHEILDS and Gordon JACKSON both of Poles Co Meath Gents. NOTE: Probably Thomas JACKSON (?-1877) brother of Gordon JACKSON

SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath

16d

1862

14

101

1860-1869

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, Jane & Husb-TWIBILL, George

DICKIE, John T & wife-TWIBILL, George

 

1862

18

102

1860-1869

Armagh

BRADFORD

BRADFORD, Samuel-SMITH, Robert

 

1862

24

224

 

Cavananore

BRADFORD

McCULLAGH, Thomas-BRADFORD, Margaret  

X

1862

25

97

 

Sligo

JACKSON

David JACKSON – William K EXHAM

 

1862

31

229

1862 Sep 6

Antrim

BREAKEY

BREAKEY, Humphrey J-Butt, Ed.

Image 694

BTW Humphry Thomson BREAKEY of Monaghan, Co. Monaghan Merchant of 1 pt Edward BUTT of Belfast Co. Antrim Gent of other pt. Reciting deed 19 Jul 1831 … reciting will of Joh GIBBS 11 Nov 1846 land in trust for three nieces: Mary Jane EWART otherwise GILLIS wife of Thomas EWART; Isabella GILLIS  and Matilda GILLIS in equal shares … townland of Kildrag [probably Kilbride, Parish Kilbride (which shares a border with Parish Rashee), Barony Antrim Upper], Parish Rashee, Barony Upper Antrim [Antrim Upper] … Humphry Thomson BREAKEY [SEAL] WITNESS: Samuel TRIMBLE

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

9/9/1862.  Humphrey Thompson BREAKEY, Isabella Gillis, deceased.

 

1862

34

173

1862 Oct 15

Antrim

JACKSON, Thomas

Thomas JACKSON – William SPOTTEN

Image 459

BTW Thomas JACKSON of Belfast, architect of 1 pt & William SPOTTEN of Belfast Linen Merchant of the other … land on south west of new Lodge Road … in Parish Belfast Upper half Barony Belfast Co. Antrim … Thomas JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: Thomas JACKSON (1807-1890)

SEE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

 

1862

34

241

1862 Jul 8

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 500

BTW William Nassau IRWIN of Castleblayney Co. Monaghan Esq. M.D. & Henry JACKSON of Clonivern Co. Fermanagh Esq. trustees of will of Samuel KIDD of Dundrum [Dundrum, Parish Keady, Barony Armagh]  Co. Armagh deceased of 1 pt & William WHITELAW of Drumona Co. Leitrim Esq. of other pt. No provision had been made to pay off a mtg. [Charlotte KIDD, daughter of Samuel,  was wife of Dr. William Nassau IRWIN] … lands of Dundrum …

 

1862

38

77

 

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 430

Trustees of Charitable Donations of Richard JACKSON of Forkhill, Co. Armagh & Henry ALEXANDER of Forkhill ….

 

1863

1

46

1834 Apr 24

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 32

NOTE: It was registered 1863 Jan 2 – 29 years after it was written (unless there was a clerical error)

BTW Elizabeth JACKSON of City & Co. Armagh widow of 1 pt & Robert William JACKSON of City & Co. Armagh Esq. Barrister of other pt. Reciting indented deed of mtg 1 Feb 1832 btw Robert William JACKSON of 1 pt & said Elizabeth JACKSON of the other pt. Robert William JACKSON in consideration of £2,763.4.7 assigned to Elizabeth JACKSON several parcels of land -  Lanagher [??],, Agherwillen [??],, Aghegallagh [??],, Beromine [??],, Tullymore orse Aughalin [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh],, and Carricktrudden [Carricktroddan, Parish Grange (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], in Co. Armagh also townland of Bayllybrawley [Ballybrolly, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion)] in Parish & Co. Armagh also part of quarter of Townland of Mullaghbrack [Mullaghbrack, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] in Parish Mullaghbrack, Barony Lower Fews Co. Armagh then in possession of Robert William JACKSON or his undertenants Co. Armagh; the Water mill or corn mill of Tanderagee with the watercourse and appendages  & all right title and interest of in and to the grist Succor and Multure of all the said land and also 20a of Tandragee [Tanderagee, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion), Barony of Fews Lower]  and Tullynagin [Tullynagin, Lisnadil (Upper Fews portion), in the Barony of Fews Upper], all in Parish Armagh Barony of Upper Fews Co. Armagh & also part of lands of Teemore [Teemore, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower]  Parish Mullaghbrack Barony Lower Fews Co. Armagh and the lands of Tullyglush [Tullyglush, Parish Keady, Barony Armagh],  in the Parish of Keady, Barony & Co. Armagh  containing 106a 1r 30p and lands of Carrabane [Tullyglush otherwise Carrabane [Tullyglush, Parish Keady, Barony Armagh], in Parish of Keady Barony & Co. Armagh 126a then being in actual possession of Robert William JACKSON by virtue of sale and lease for a year of Elizabeth JACKSON. The said Elizabeth JACKSON since deceased WITNESS: John QUIN of the said Robert William JACKSON and John JACKSON Gent his brother both of City of Armagh and both since deceased WITNESS: Jacob BARRETT of City of Armagh attorney & administrator of will annexed of said Robert William JACKSON the grantee in said deed of recovery WTNESS: John DAVIDSON of City of Armagh Esq. & Alexander FRIZZEL of City of Armagh Cabinet Maker

NOTE: There are at least two Robert William JACKSONs of Armagh. One was Robert William JACKSON (abt 1823- abt1859) died in Alabama USA. The other was Robert William JACKSON (1799-1861). He was of Belfast, but buried in the Armagh CoI Cathedral

 

1863

2

294

1862 Dec 28

Antrim

JACKSON, Mary

Mary JACKSON – John ARMSTRONG

Image 415

BTW Mary JACKSON of Ballymena Co. Antrim widow of 1 pt & John ARMSTRONG of Aldergrove Artnagullian [Artnagullian, Parish Connor, Barony Antrim Lower], Co. Antrim farmer of the other pt. Several pieces of ground in town of Ballymena with dwelling houses offices houses and buildings that is to say 6 dwelling houses and premises in Lower View Place then or lately in the actual occupation of John ATKINSON, Miss BALFOUR, James GELLICK, Miss STEVENSON, Miss MAINE and the said John ATKINSON one dwelling house offices gardens and premises on north side of Fountain Place [Town Parks near The Fountain]   in actual possession of James BEATTY  and one other dwelling house known as The Cottage and fronting the road leading from Ballymena to Balleymoney as lately in the occupation of Andrew Todd DICKIE Esq. J.P.  and then in occupation of Thomas S. MAGILL in Ballymena Parish Kirkinnold Barony Lower Toome Co. Antrim and all fixtures pumps ways paths passages rights of ways & other easements …  … “but no window to be put in any such building” … Mary JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: Probably Mary JACKSON (1812-1874) née ELLISON widow of Luke JACKSON (1800-1858). SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

 

1863

2

295

1863 Dec 23

Antrim

JACKSON, Mary

Mary JACKSON – John ARMSTRONG

Image 415

BTW Mary JACKSON of Ballymena Co. Antrim widow of 1 pt & John ARMSTRONG of Aldergrove Artnagullian [Artnagullian, Parish Connor, Barony Antrim Lower], Co. Antrim farmer of the other pt. Ground in Town of Ballymena late in occupation of Andrew Todd DICKEY Esq. J.P. with the houses and buildings erected by Luke JACKSON deceased in Parish Kirkinreaold Barony Lower Toome Co. Antrim  recited indenture from Robert Shafto ADAIR Baronet [Robert Alexander Shafto Adair, 1st Baron Waveney (25 August 1811 – 15 February 1886)] to said Luke JACKSON 21 Jul 1857 … said Mary JACKSON to build upon the wall  which separates the premises … Mary JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: Probably Mary JACKSON (1812-1874) née ELLISON widow of Luke JACKSON (1800-1858). SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

 

1863

27

213

 

Monaghan Town

BREAKEY

BREAKEY, Humphrey J-Belfast Banking

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

13/8/1863.  Humphrey Thompson BREAKEY, mortgage.

 

1863

33

29

 

 

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-DONALDSON  

X

1863

37

232

1863 Nov 26

Dundalk

BRADFORD

BRADFORD, Thomas-JOHNSTON, Arthur

Thomas BRADFORD of Carnbeg Co Louth Esq of the 1 pt & Arthur JOHNSTON of Dundalk Co Louth Solicitor. Demised lands two fields leading from the bridge from Dundalk bounded on the south and east by fields in the possession of Thomas REED Esq….

16d

1863

38

28

1863 Nov 26

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 200

BTW Maria MARTIN of Mount Cottinyn Co. Down Widow of 1 pt & Eliza ATKINSON and Sarah ATKINSON of Firgrove Co. Dublin spinsters of other pt. Whereby reciting (among other things) conveyance under Irish Church Temporalities Act by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for Ireland to Robert William JACKSON subject to the annual payment of £74.9.9 and reciting the death of Robert William JACKSON and the devise by him of all his property to his sister Maria MARTIN party to the indenture of which this is a memorial, Maria MARTIN granted to Eliza ATKINSON and Sarah ATKINSON the farm of land containing 7a part and parcel of lands of Ballycromer otherwise Ballycromery otherwise Ballycrummy [Ballycrummy, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], a subdenomination of the lands of Lanagher [??], Aughervillen [??], Aughegallagh [possibly Corr and Aughantarragh, Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny, Beromine, Tullymore otherwise Aughalin [probably Tullymore Agowan, Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny] and Carricktrodden [Carricktroddan, Parish Grange (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], or some or one of them as in possession of said Eliza ATKINSON & Sarah ATKINSON … in Barony Armagh, Co. Armagh … to the use of Eliza ATKINSON & Sarah ATKINSON yearly rent (subject to increase or diminish according to the price of oats) payable by Maria MARTIN to the See of Armagh WITNESS: John VOGAN of No 15 Middle Gardiner St. City of Dublin and Charles WOODWARD of No 43 Dame St in City of Dublin both solicitors. Maria MARTIN [SEAL]

SEE: PRONI T636: The Jackson Family of Armagh. Robert William studied law became a counselor, he died unmarried on the 18th day of February 1861 (age 62); leaving some landed property to his sister Maria who had married James Martin of Moy, merchant, they had three sons and three daughters. NOTE: Robert William JACKSON was a son of Robert JACKSON (1728-1821) & Elizabeth SHIELDS.

 

1864

1

43

1860-1869

Tyrone

COULTER

Robert COULTER- McCREERY

Image 31

 

1864

3

267

1860-1869

 

BRADFORD

BRADFORD, Moses-STEWART, John

 

1864

4

219

1860-1869

Armagh

Louth

COULTER

COULTER, Lancelot-KENNY

SEE: COULTER-KENNY transcription.

NAMES: Launcelot COULTER of Ballymascanlon; Edward KENNEY aka KENNY of Killen; Charles McMAHON; William McBRITNEY; William Robert ROGERS jr.; Francis Louis KENNEDY.

X

1864

20

195

1860-1869

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, James-SCOTT

 

1864

24

84

1861 Jul 16

Armagh

Monaghan

JACKSON

Image 275

BTW Andrew McMATH of Castleblayney Co. Monaghan Esq of 1st pt & Sarah Jane McMATH otherwise JACKSON (wife of Andrew McMATH

Was this the Sarah McMATH age 85, widow of gentleman the one who died Apr 4 1901.

Was their daughter the Florence McMATH, daughter of Andrew McMATH Manager of Belfast Bank,  who married Henry W. MERVYN in Feb 1, 1876 Parish Muckross, Co. Monaghan in the 1901 Census living with widow Sarah McMATH and named Florence A M CROYN age 44?

NOTE: I do not know who he was, but an Andrew McMATH & wife Sarah of Urker, Co. Armagh had a daughter in 1843.. SOURCE: PRONI MIC 1-11 Creggan Church Records.

In 1861, an Andrew McMATH was a bank manager at Castleblayney for the Belfast Bank.

In Griffiths, an Andrew McMATH in Castleblayney was on Noble Street.  Also, in Griffiths Valuation, the resident of Aghadreenan, Parish of Donaghmoyne, Co. Monaghan.was Hamilton McMATH. Also in Griffiths, Andrew McMATH was the owner of TULLYARD (OSNB i 5): The road from Crossmaglen to Castleblaney passes thro' this td. Its distance from Crossmaglen Is about 1 1/2 miles & from Castleblaney about 3 1/2.

The Andrew McMATH of this deed was probably a son of Andrew McMATH (?-bef 1837) of Aughadreena, Parish of Donaghmoyne, Co. Monaghan. Elizabeth McMATH (bef 1817-1884) was probably his sister. She married Burton JACKSON (1805-1875) of Kilrush Co. Clare.

Were they parents of Sarah McMATH died June 19, 1874, age 19.

P 217 The McMATH Family.connections of Castleblayney MCMATH to New Zealand.

Hamilton McMATH’s son Andrew Foulis McMATH married in 1895 Sep 18 Mary Elizabeth MOLLOY, both of Mount John Newton Mountain Co. Wicklow

From a letter by the above named James McMath, Aylmer, Ont.,
July 8, 1889: "A family of McMaths, natives of the Highlands of Scotland, were compelled to seek a home in Ireland to save their lives from Popish persecution in the reign of Queen Mary, and settled in and near Castle Blayney. My grandfather was wealthy and owned a large farm and mills; his name was Andrew and his family consisted of a wife and six children; Andrew, William, John, James, Mary and Ann. Andrew's family remain on the old farm. William was killed at the
battle of Lake Champlain. John had two families. I am the only
son by his first wife; I had one sister. He had by his second wife two sons and one daughter; the latter died young. His boys, William and Henry, are dead. Neither married.

SOURCE: Andrew McMATH J.P. charged at Dublin Police Court with having presented a loaded revolver at a publican in the city. The publican withdrew the charges, but Mr. McMATH was charged 40s for being drunk, and having a loaded revolver in his possession. He stated that he was boycotted, and that was the reason he carried the revolver. Evening News Oct 6, 1881.

 

1864

24

136

 1861 Jun 20

 Armagh

McCULLAGH

REED-McCULLAGH Marriage Settlement  

Image 317

BTW Rev William REID of Hope Cottage Dunraymond (near Ballybay) Co. Monaghan Presbyterian Minister of 1st pt; Thomas McCULLAGH of Derryvally Co. Armagh [probably Co. Monaghan] Esq. of 2nd pt; Mary McCULLAGH spinster daughter of said Thomas McCULLAGH of 3rd pt & James McCULLAGH of Derryvally of 4th pt. Reciting deed of conveyance  for sale of Incumbered Estates with consent of Agnes REID 2 May 1857  & 11 Jul 1857  … reciting will and death of said William REID marriage to be solemnized btw William REID (party thereto) and Mary McCULLAGH … lands of Glaskermore, Parish Aghaderg Barony Upper Iveagh Co. Down  31a 1r 20p … WITNESS: James McCULLAGH jr. farmer, John Wallace McCULLAGH Scholar both of Drummuck, Co. Monaghan.

NOTE: Rev William REID (1829-1906) married Mary McCULLAGH (1840-1919)

X

1864

32

226

 

 

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-McCULLAGH  

X

1864

32

240

 

Newtownlimavady or Londonderry

OLIVER

OLIVER, Alexander

 

1865

1

275

1864 Oct 21

Armagh

HAYES

James HAYES-Sarah A. RIENY

Image 177

Sarah Anne REINY of Corramaxwell Co. Monaghan Widow Plaintiff; James HAYES of Magherkilcraney [Maghery Kilcrany Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh]  Co. Armagh Defendant. Court of Queens Bench in Ireland.  For sum of £400 beside £3.3.11 for expenses. James HAYES possessed of lands in Parish Derrynoose Barony Armagh Co. Armagh – Lands of Maghery Kilcraney 28a 1r 25p in Manor of Toaghy ….

NOTE: James HAYES (1815-?) was the son of James HAYES and Sarah MENARY. His sister Mary Jane HAYES married Andrew Bradford OLIVER (1818-1877)

 

1865

12

57

1865 Mar 27

Londonderry

Antrim

JACKSON

Image 439

BTW James Kennedy JACKSON of Belfast Co. Antrim solicitor & William THOMPSON of City of London Merchant of 1st pt; William Archer JACKSON Gent & Anne JACKSON otherwise THOMPSON his wife both of City of Londonderry of 2nd pt; Thomas HAZLETT of Foyle View in Liberties of Londonderry in City & Co. Londonderry. For sum of £800 … farm of land in Upper Caw formerly called Mariner’s Hall and subsequently known as Salem & Bayhill and since known as Foyle’s View formerly held by Samuel HAZLET deceased and now in occupation of Thomas HAZLETT and undertenants … Parish Glendermott Half Barony Firkeeran Liberties of Londonderry ….

 

1865

15

189

 

 

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-REED  

X

1865

17

157

 

 

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-McCULLAGH  

X

1865

29

1

1860-1869

Louth

BRADFORD

BRADFORD, Samuel-DICKIE, Joseph

DICKIE, James-DICKIE

 

1865

33

118

1860-1869

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, John T-OLIVER, Mary  

X

1866

2

171

1866 Jan 6

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 352

BTW William Nassau IRWIN of Castleblayney Co. Monaghan Esq. M.D. & Henry JACKSON of Clonivern Co. Fermanagh Esq. trustees of will of Samuel KIDD of Dundrum [Dundrum, Parish Keady, Barony Armagh]  Co. Armagh deceased

 

1866

7

267

1860-1869

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, John-BOOTH, Joseph

 

1866

12

171

1866 Apr 10

Kings

JACKSON

Charlotte JACKSON & Marianne JACKSON & Martha JACKSON

Image 131

Btw Charlotte JACKSON of Millmount, [aka Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown] near Edenderry Kings Co. widow & executrix of Mathew Henry JACKSON of Millmount Esq. deceased of 1st pt. Marianne JACKSON, Charlotte JACKSON jr. Martha JACKSON & Henrietta JACKSON of Millmount spinsters the daughters and only younger children of said Mathew Henry JACKSON of 2nd pt Robert William JACKSON only son and heir of said Mathew Henry JACKSON Esq. of 3rd pt. Will of Mathew Henry JACKSON dated 9 Feb 1836 he devised to his son Robert William JACKSON the lands of Monasteroris by the description of his property at Millmount House the Land, Mill and all other freehold property subject to legacies & chattel property left to his wife the said Charlotte JACKSON the sum of £500 and £1,000 to be divided among his children including the child of which his said wife was pregnant and Charlotte JACKSON proved the will in the Court of Prerogative and thereupon possessed herself of the personal estate of the said Testator including premises in Town of Edenderry and reciting that the personal estate of Mathew Henry JACKSON was insufficient to pay said legacies of £500 and £1,000 and she proposed to accept annuity of £40 a year for life for her life in lieu and full payment of her said legacy and that the said Henrietta JACKSON having occasion for the sum of £250 being her 1/4th share … and that William Robert JACKSON had agreed to pay off same with his own money it was contracted and agreed that the said plots of land in Edenderry should be assigned to Robert William JACKSON … piece of land on the south side of a certain street in town of Edenderry called Edenderry Street containing in breadth in front to said street 78’ and in rere 55’ and running in depth 400’ … and land on North side of street of Edenderry in breadth 53’ in rere 200’ and in depth 400’ in town of Edenderry, Barony Coolystown [Coolestown] Kings Co. being the premises demised by the late Marquis and Marchioness of Downshire to Robert JACKSON deceased bearing date 1 Jan 1814… town and land of Monasteroris otherwise Millmount called Jacksons Farm containing 46a 3r 32p in Barony Cooleystown, Kings Co. and also land on south & north side of street in town of Edenderry … WITNESS: Henry GILL of Edenderry Kings Co. Gent and Anne MATHER of Brookville Kings Co. Memorial WITNESS: George Lambert CATHCART of City of Dublin solicitor & George LACY of Upper Mountpleasant Ave Co. Dublin Gent.

NOTE: Charlotte JACKSON & Marianne JACKSON & Martha JACKSON - all daughters of Mathew Henry JACKSON (1793-1836) and Charlotte TROY (1800-1873). Jacksons of Ballygibbon, Co. Kildare 

 

1866

17

179

1866 Jun 7

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 118

BTW Maria MARTIN of Warwick Terrace Leeson Park City of Dublin widow sole legatee named in will of Robert William JACKSON late of City of Armagh Esq. Barrister at Law deceased of 1 pt and Robert BURKE of Mecantram Co. Armagh farmer of the other pt. Reciting that the said Robert William JACKSON since deceased had will dated 23 Mar 1859 whereby he gave and devised all his property to his sister Maria MARTIN (party thereto) and reciting she demised to Robert BURKE part of the lands of Tullyglish [Tullyglush, Parish Keady, Barony Armagh] formerly held by John TOOLE and known by name of Carrabane otherwise Canaban as was demised to Robert BURKE by the [?] in part recited annual lease 9 Oct 1787 containing 126a 1r 24p and also 24a 3r 13p Plantation Measure of cut out spent or reclaimed bog containing in the whole 151a 37p in Parish of Keady Manor of Toaghe, Barony & Co. Armagh…..

NOTE: Robert William JACKSON (1799-1861) was the brother of Maria MARTIN.

NOTE: There are at least two Robert William JACKSONs of Armagh. One was Robert William JACKSON (abt 1823- abt1859) died in Alabama USA. The other was Robert William JACKSON (1799-1861). He was of Belfast, but buried in the Armagh CoI Cathedral

 

1866

18

29

1866 May 22

Coleraine

JACKSON

Catherine JACKSON – Alexander ANDERSON & ors.

Image 235

BTW Catherine JACKSON now residing at Coleraine spinster of 1st pt & Mary Jane WALKER of Cincinnati of the United States America widow of 2nd pt. Alexander ANDERSON of Coleraine Co. Londonderry Merchant of 3rd pt; & James CROMSIE jr of Ballymoney Co. Antrim Gent Attorney at law of 4th pt.. Reciting 20 May 1843 and 4 Feb 1845 for consideration Catherine JACKSON granted to Alexander ANDERSON two equal undivided 3rd parts or shares as demised to said Catherine JACKSON by the said will of [?] plot of ground on West Side of Upper Row in Town of Coleraine on which the said John JACKSON built and erected a dwelling House in front to rere 47’ 3” and in rere 39’ and on the North side adjoining the houses built by Robert BOYD 72’ 2” and on the south side adjoining said John BOYDE 73’ 9” and also plot of ground situate on West side of New Row in Town of Coleraine on which was formerly erected and old Workshop the piece or plot of ground containing in front to New Row 32’ 4” and in rere in breadth 31’11” and from front to rere 91’ 10” on the North side next Andrew WARD’s premises and also 109’ on the south side next John HALTNEY’s premises bounded on the East by the street called New Row on the West by the premises now or formerly in occupation of John HARKIN on the North by houses formerly in occupation of said Andrew WARD and on the South by a house formerly in possession of John HOLTRIDGE Coach Builder with the privilege of entrance by a Gateway from Stone Row through Mr. HARKINs premises … with consent of Mary Jane WALKER, Catherine JACKSON granted to Alexander ANDERSON land in New Row in Town of Coleraine Parish Coleraine Town and Liberties of Coleraine Co. Londonderry on payment of £200 … appoint James CROMBIE jr to be sole receiver … Catherine JACKSON [SEAL] Mary Jane WALKER per Stewart HUNTER [SEAL] Alexander ANDERSON [SEAL]

NOTE: Property had been split 3 ways between siblings: John, Catherine & Mary Jane. See also: ROD: 1851-17-15 for same property

 

1866

23

52

1866 July 13

Louth & Carrickistuck

COULTER

COULTER, Henry -JOHNSTON, Arthur  

1866 July 13 NAMES: Henry COULTER of Carrickastuck; Arthur JOHNSTON of Dundalk; Alexander DONALDSON of Philipstown; Henry COULTER; Bernard CLARK of Mill Park; Augustus GRAHAM of Lisdoo; John McCABE; John M. NUGENT; Richard William McDERMOTT. OTHER PLACES: Castletown River; Shortstone; Cloughmaguigan; Barronstown.

d

1866

24

22

1866 Jul 30

Dundalk

JACKSON

John JACKSON – Thomas WILLIAMSON

Image 455

A judgement at her Majesty’s Court of Queens Bench against the defendant for sum of £76.15.5 besides £7.4.11 for costs. Thomas WILLIAMSON of Dundalk, Co. Louth Merchant aged 40 years and upwards plaintiff John JACKSON of Dundalk Builder defendant … resident in Dundalk … parcel of ground with the Boundary Wall containing in front 100’ 6” and in depth from front to rere 144’ bounded on North by ground late in possession of John MARMION and partly by a field in possession of John MacDOWELL on the south by Bachelor’s Walk on the East by premises now n possession of John MacDOWELL and on the West by premises late in possession of Thomas RAFFERTY and partly by ground in possession of Henry BACKHOUSE. 3 Mar 1868 the judgement was satisfied

 

1866

25

81

1860-1869

No situation

DICKIE

DICKIE, Joseph-KELLY, Michael

 

1866

25

82

1866 Aug 23

 

MCCULLAGH

PRONI D1968/11 Negative search

RYAN-McCULLAGH

Deed 23 Aug 1866 B25 No 82 William RYAN 1st part Thomas McCULLAGH 2nd part John Wallace McCULLAGH Thomas McCULLAGH and Joseph DICKIE 3rd pt & James McCULLAGH 4th part NOTE: John Wallace McCULLAGH (1840-1895)

 

1867

3

233

 

Allistragh

CALVERT

Judgement against Henry CALVERT won by David GILLESPIE

 

1867

4

180

1860-1869

Monaghan

DICKIE

DICKIE, Joseph-CARLISLE, John C.

 

1867

7

264

1867 Jan 18

Louth

Armagh

Down

JACKSON

John JACKSON-Richard G. Guy

Image 559

Richard George GUY of Newry Co. Armagh Merchant and residing at Warrenpoint Co. Down age 21 years and upwards the plaintiff Judgment against defendant John JACKSON for £82.3.9 besides £7.4.11 for costs .. plot of ground on North side of Bachelor’s Walk in Town of Dundalk known as Albert Place on the east side of which are two dwelling houses erected in front next Bachelors Walk and 5 small dwelling houses and a work shop have been erected in rere and which are now in occupation of John JACKSON and his undertenants and on the west side of which fronting said small houses the foundations for houses have been laid and which said plot of land and premises are held by John JACKSON under lease made by Henry BACKHOUSE of Dundalk, Co. Louth Esq. to John JACKSON for lives renewable subject to payment of annual rent of £18

 

1867

8

102

1860-1869

Monaghan

DICKIE

DICKIE, Joseph-McCREEDY, Robert

 

1867

8

220

 

 

BARTLEY

CHAMBERS-LANCASHIRE 

x

1867

10

270

1867 Apr 4

Louth

BAILLIE

BAILLIE, Robert- BAILLIE, Robert

BAILLIE, Robert-GORDON, George1860-1869

Bet Robert BAILLIE of Shortstone of 1st pt & Robert Ellis BAILLIE Esq only son of Robert BAILLIE

 

1867

11

25

1860-1869

Louth

BAILLIE

BAILLIE, Robert-BAILLIE, John Rev.

 

1867

18

241

1860-1869

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, Alexander-GILLICHAN, James

DICKIE, John-GILLICHAN, James

 

1867

21

226

1867 Jun 28

Armagh

DONALDSON

DONALDSON, Elizabeth-JACKSON, Elizabeth  1860-1869

NAMES: Elizabeth DONALDSON of Napoleon Terrace, Belfast; Elizabeth JACKSON of Fernglenn, Newtownhamilton; James CORRAGHER; Patrick GARLAND; Alexander BELL; Francis WHITE; Henry Oliver BARKER. OTHER PLACES: Kiltybane [Kiltybane (Na Coillte Bána or Lios Liatroma) (aka Lisleitrim) Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper].

d

1868

6

140

1868 January 27

Louth & Carrickistuck

COULTER

COULTER, Henry -JOHNSTON, Arthur  

1868 January 27 NAMES: Henry COULTER of Carrickastuck; Arthur JOHNSTON of Lisdoo; Alexander DONALDSON of Philipstown; Henry COULTER; Matthew Moore GRAHAM of Lisdoo; Edward FERRER; William ARNOTT. OTHER PLACES: Shortstone; Cloughmaguigan.

d

1868

7

261

1834 Aug 12

Kings

JACKSON

Mary A. JACKSON- John FAWCETT

Image 159

Marriage Settlement 1834 Aug 12 btw George FAWCETT of Eskermore {[ Esker More, Parish Ballynakill, Barony Coolestown], Kings Co. Gent of 1st pt & Mary Anne JACKSON of Philipstown [NOTE: There is no longer a townland called Philipstown, but the town of Daingean – used to be called Philipstown. It is situated midway between the towns of Tullamore and Edenderry on the R402 regional road.[Source: Wiki]. It was likely the townland of Townparks, Parish Killaderry, Barony Lower PhilipstownKings Co. Spinster of the 2nd pt Sarah FAWCETT of Esker widow of 3rd pt & John FAWCETT of Philipstown Shopkeeper of 4th pt. reciting indented deed of release 7 Jan 1699 The Earl of Galway demised to Lewis LISOL then of Portarlington the lands of Gorteen alias Riverstown [probably Gorteen, Parish Killaderry, Barony Lower Philipstown,] for 3 lives and reciting a renewal 26 Oct 1820 by John Earl of Portarlington to George FAWCITT father of said George in whom said LISOLO interested had vested by inserting life of Robert BROWNE in place of Anthony BROWNE deceased … and marriage intended btw George FAWCETT and Mary Ann JACKSON for the trusts therein mentioned & to secure a jointure for Mary Anne JACKSON … lands of Gurteen alias Riverstown in Parish of ____ [probably Gorteen, Parish Killaderry, Barony Lower Philipstown,] Barony Philipstown Kings Co. … WITNESS: William B. LODGE City of Dublin solicitor & Thomas BAYLY of Cloonagh House near Ballyforan Ballinaslow Co. Galway Gent & by W.H. DENNIS

NOTE: Lord Charles William de la Poer Beresford (1846-1919), British admiral and politician; son of the 4th Marquess of Waterton, was born in Philipstown. Need to explore BERESFORD connection.

NOTE: A Mary Anne JACKSON née Mary Anne FOSSITT (1790-1840) of Philipstown was wife of William JACKSON (1754-1832) of Ballyboy, Kings Co. She may be a mother of this Mary Anne JACKSON. Also, Sarah FAWCETT née NORTH may be the widow referred to. She was the wife of Thomas FAWCETT (d. 1842)

NOTE: JACKSONs of Ballyboy, Kings Co. aka Offaly

 

1868

8

192

1868 Feb 29

Dundalk

Louth

JACKSON

John JACKSON – Patrick

Image 300

BTW John JACKSON of Dundalk Co. Louth Builder of 1 pt & Patrick LORAN of Dundalk, gent of other pt. Reciting in consideration of £255 to John JACKSON paid by Patrick LORAN, John JACKSON released to Patrick LORAN plot of ground in Albert Place off Bachelor’s Walk in Town of Dundalk with 5 houses and outhouses lately erected theron containing in front 60’ 2” and in the rere 51’ 10” and in depth on south side 33’ 4” …. In Town & Parish Dundalk, Co. Louth … reciting lease 9 Apr 1864 for lives [of royalty] … WITNESS: William GIBBON & Robert McARDLE both of Dundalk Law Clerks John JACKSON [SEAL]

 

1868

8

209

1868 Mar 10

Sligo

Dublin

Carlow

JACKSON

Edmund J. ARMSTRONG

Image 310

BTW James JACKSON of Terratick Co. Sligo Gent of 1st pt; Edmund John ARMSTRONG of Tivole Terrace Kingston Co. Dublin Esq. of 2nd pt; Sir George Frederick HODSON of Hollybrook Co. Wicklow Bart & William Muschanp VESEY of Borris Co. Carlow Esq. of 3rd pt; Reciting that David LYNCH Esq a Judge of Landed Estates Court of Ireland on 10 Dec 1867 in the matter of the estate of Thomas JONES Esq. owner and petitioner for sum of £10,935 declare the said James JACKSON the purchaser by public auction of lands of Lissananybeg, Knockanahir & Bearvaish in Barony Corran Co. Sligo held under lease 15 Dec 1680 for unexpired residue of term of 187 years containing 403a 1r 5p, 185a 1r 16p and 255a 3r 5p being lots 16, 17, 18 … party of the 2nd pt would lodge in Bank of Ireland £4,500 to the account of the Landed States Court & parties of 3rd pt also agreed to lodge £2,000 to the account … and James JACKSON agreed that he would immediately upon said respective sums being paid in Bank of Ireland to procure said lands so promised by him to the said party of the 1st pt;  … unexpired part of term of 987 years created by lease of 16 Dec 1680 … James JACKSON [SEAL] WITNESS: Robert McCULLAGH Manager of Ulster Bank Sligo & Harper CAMPBELL of Hermitage Sligo Esq.

SEE: Descendants of Thomas JACKSON of Co. Sligo James JACKSON (1789-1877)

 

1868

11

136

1868 Mar 24

Londonderry

JACKSON

BTW Samuel JACKSON of Bovevagh Co. Londonderry, farmer of 1 pt; James JACKSON of Newtownlimavady Co. Londonderry Merchant of other pt. Reciting indenture consideration of £500 paid by James JACKSON farm of land in Boveveagh known by name of Crosslet being the premises bequeathed by William JACKSON deceased to Samuel JACKSON in indenture 22 Dec 1841 containing 21a in Barony Kennaght, Co. Londonderry … WITNESS: Hugh LANE Solicitor & Victor Gibson LYNCH solicitor both of Newtownlimavady. Samuel JACKSON [SEAL]

 

1868

18

212

 

Sligo

JACKSON

Edmund J. ARMSTRONG

 

1868

8

230

 

Dundalk

JACKSON

John JACKSON – James DOUGAN

 

1868

12

186

 

 

BARTLEY

BARTLEY-BARTLEY  

x

1868

22

260

 

Dundalk

JACKSON

John JACKSON – Irish Civil Service

 

1868

30

278

1860-1869

Monaghan

DICKIE

DICKIE, Joseph-PARKER, William  

 

1869

2

179

1868 Dec 23

Kings

Tipperary

JACKSON

George JACKSON -Henrietta TAYLOR

Image 300

BTW George JACKSON of Rapla Co. Tipperary Esq. & Henrietta Margaret TAYLOR of Martello Ave Kingstown, Co. Dublin widow in consideration of £350 paid to George JACKSON by said Henrietta Margaret TAYLOR execute a mortgage on townlands and desmesne house of Rapla and Ballymacue [Parish Kilruane] in Barony Upper Ormond and town and lands of Curraghscarteen [Curraghscarteen, Parish Rathcool, Barony Middlethird] in Baronies of [Itad Uthird & Uivardagh?] co. Tipperary and also lands of Emill [Emmel  and/or Emmel East and/or Emmel West, Parish Templeharry] Barony Clonlise [Clonlisk] Kings Co. together with a Life Insurance policy … WITNESS: Denis LEAHY Templemore, Tipperary servant & Edward HARTIGAN of 7 Hume St City of Dublin Solicitor. George JACKSON [SEAL]

 

1869

3

214

1868 Dec 22

Antrim

JACKSON, Luke

Luke JACKSON – William JACKSON

Image 503

BTW Luke JACKSON of Artnagullion Co. Antrim farmer of 1 pt & William JACKSON of Connor [Connor, Parish Connor, Barony Antrim Lower] Co. Antrim farmer of other pt.  in consideration of £100 granted to William JACKSON land in townland of Artnagullion [Artnagullian, Parish Connor, Barony Antrim Lower], and all the land in townland of Connor all of said premises being in Parish of Connor Barony Lower Antrim as then in possession of Luke JACKSON 32 1r 36p. … WITNESS: John McKEOWN of Connor farmer & William LENNOX of Kells Grove both in Co. Antrim Luke JACKSON [SEAL]

SEE: ROD: 812-492-547627. April 15, 1826 Btw George JACKSON of Artnagullen [Artnagullian, Parish Connor, Barony Antrim Lower], Co. Antrim Gent of 1 pt & Luke JACKSON & George JACKSON the younger both of Artnagullen, Co.  Antrim sons of the aforesaid George JACKSON (lives incl ARMSTRONG) also ROD: 846-238-566738. May 11, 1829. SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

 

1869

4

292

 

 

BREAKEY

BREAKEY, Samuel L Revd to Crowe Wainwrith

BREAKEY, Sam Rev-Wainwright Crowe

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

9/2/1869. Rev Samuel Leslie Brakey [changed spelling of his name], parish of Magheracross, County Fermanagh & Frances Louisa Matilda Crowe, Ennis, County Clare.

x

1869

13

141

 

Kings

Tipperary

JACKSON

George JACKSON -Henrietta TAYLOR

1869

1869

16

62

 

 

BREAKEY

IRWIN-McKNIGHT BREAKEY & BARTLEY  

x

1869

28

46

1860-1869

Louth

BAILLIE

BAILLIE, John Rev.-KNAGGS, George

 

1869

32

144

 

 

BARTLEY

BARTLEY-DIGNAM  

x

1869

38

149

 

 

BARTLEY

BARTLEY-McCLATCHY  

x

1870

3

224

1870

Antrim

JACKSON, William

William R. JACKSON – Belfast Central Rail

 

1870

17

192

1870 Jun 11

Roscrea, Kings Co.

JACKSON

JACKSON-JACKSON

Memorial of an Indenture: between George JACKSON sr. of Laurel Hill, Roscrea, Kings Co. Esq. Constance Peppard JACKSON of Laurel Hill Roscrea, spinster & Bessie JACKSON of Laurel Hill, spinster all of 1st pt. George JACKSON jr. of Camden St, Dublin Esq of the other part… reciting that John Joseph JONES (then) late of Mount Salem, Co. Limerick Esq.  made his will dated Sept 6, 1864 & devised to his brother-in-law the said George JACKSON senior & the Rev. Robert KERR property in trust ……memorial mentioned his nephew Arthur Henry JACKSON. NOTE: These are JACKSONs in the Ballyboy Family Tree.

1

1870

21

277

 

Monaghan C

BREAKEY

BREAKEY, Humphrey T & ors - Partition Order

X

1871

3

162

 

Down Co

BREAKEY

BREAKEY, Sarah E & ors to BREAKEY, Thomas

Marr Arts Sarah BREAKEY & John Ellis Morton. NOTE: part of family land saga.

X

1871

7

285

1871 Mar 4

Carlow

JACKSON, Thomas

Thomas JACKSON – Wentworth TAYLOR 1870-1879

Thomas JACKSON – John D. VANSTON

Image 359

BTW Thomas JACKSON of Hacketstown Co. Carlow Shopkeeper of the 1 pt & Wentworth TAYLOR of Tinahely Co. Wicklow, Gent of the other pt. Reciting indenture 26 Sept 1831 whereby John Leonard demised to Samuel NORTON the dwelling house out offices yard & garden in the Main Street of Hacketstown containing 79 Plantation perches together with a plot of ground ,,, in consideration of  £115 Thomas JACKSON sold to Wentworth TAYLOR the dwelling houses and offices yards and gardens in Main Street Hacketstown, Parish Hacketstown Barony Rathvilly Co. Carlow … witness Henry EBBS of Harcourt St. Dublin solicitor & Thomas BYRNE of Hacketstown Co. Carlow shop assistant Thomas JACKSON [SEAL]… sworn before me at 7 Mar 1871 at Registry Office City of Dublin John J. MACKON

Likely to be added to: JACKSONs - one line based in Co. Carlow & Co, Wicklow or JACKSONs of Nashe's Quarter

16

1871

8

73

 

Clare

Fermanagh

JACKSON

Burton JACKSON – Richard REEVES

Image 419

 

1871

8

74

1859 Mar 18

Clare

JACKSON

Burton JACKSON – Burton JACKSON

Image 420

 

 

1871

9

252

 

Co Monaghan

McCULLAGH

John W McCULLAGH to Margaret BROWN

X

1871

14

69

1871 Apr 29

Cork

JACKSON

John MacDONNELL-Francis JACKSON

Image 69

BTW John McDONNELL of Patrick Street City of Cork Draper of 1st pt; Thomas John McMAHON Manager of the Society of Copartnership & called the National Bank in City of Cork & Francis JACKSON [or Frances JACKSON?] of Patrick Street Jeweller of 3rd pt…. part of lands of Rough Marsh 100’ in breadth east-west and running back to the river bounded on the North by the Western Road and on the south by the Southern Branch of the River Lee .. in Parish Saint Finn Barrs Barony & Co. Cork

 

1871

16

300

 

Co Cavan

McCULLAGH

James (jnr) McCULLAGH to William HENRY

X

1871

37

58

 

Monaghan C

Carricknaveigh

BREAKEY

BREAKEY, Humphrey T to Montgomery Alexr & anr

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

8/12/1871.  Humphrey Thompson BREAKEY re Carrickneveagh & Henrietta Frances Montgomery (otherwise Chornlery), widow, of Carrickneveagh; also reference to William BREAKEY, linen draper, & James BREAKEY.

X

1871

37

59

 

 

BREAKEY

BREAKEY, Humphrey J-Montgomery, Alex

 

1871

37

59

 

Monaghan C

Carricknaveigh

BREAKEY

BREAKEY, Humphrey T to Montgomery Alexr & anr

X

1872

9

161

1873 Mar 9

Ballymascanlon, Co. Louth

OLIVER

OLIVER, Elizabeth - KENNY, Edward

Btw Joseph CRAWLEY & William CRAWLEY both of the Cottage Ballmascanlon, Co. Louth and Elizabeth OLIVER of Dundalk, widow & Thomas WILSON Merchant and Maria WILSON otherwise CRAWLEY his wife of Greenisland [possibly Greenland, Parish Larne, Barony Glenarm Upper], Co. Antrim of the 1st part. Launcelot COULTER of the Cottage Ballymascanlon Esq. surviving executor named in the last will and testament of George CRAWLEY, deceased of 2nd pt… lands of Killeen cont abt 21a… and other lands…

15

1872

9

161

1873 Mar 9

Ballymascanlon, Co. Louth

OLIVER

OLIVER, Elizabeth - KENNY, Edward

Btw Joseph CRAWLEY & William CRAWLEY both of the Cottage Ballmascanlon, Co. Louth and Elizabeth OLIVER of Dundalk, widow & Thomas WILSON Merchant and Maria WILSON otherwise CRAWLEY his wife of Greenisland [possibly Greenland, Parish Larne, Barony Glenarm Upper], Co. Antrim of the 1st part. Launcelot COULTER of the Cottage Ballymascanlon Esq. surviving executor named in the last will and testament of George CRAWLEY, deceased of 2nd pt… lands of Killeen cont abt 21a… and other lands…

 

1872

17

72

 

Co Monaghan

McCULLAGH

James (jnr) McCULLAGH to Revd Patk FAY

X

1872

30

238

 

Armagh

HAYES

Johanna HAYES-James BROWNE

 

1872

32

278

1870 Sept 26

Co. Leitrim

JACKSON

Reciting indenture of settlement 21 Sept 1826 marriage William WHITELAW & Eliza JACKSON – his daughter Mary Kidd JACKSON orse WHITELAW wife of Christopher JACKSON (lots more WHITELAW relations mentioned) Henry JACKSON... lands of Kilclammore in Bewry & Co. Leitrim.

1

1872

40

193

 

 

BREAKEY

Researched by Ken BREAKEY The number was also recorded as  1136

 

1873

1

123

1870-1879

 

STITT

STITT, William-Jane  

x

1873

2

119 & 120

 

 

BREAKEY

BREAKEY – no details noted

 

1873

8

225

 

Aghavilla

 

O’BRIEN, ACHESON, PEYTON I had it as 8-225-207. Placing it here is based on a guess.

 

1873

46

101

1873 Dec 31

Cavananore,

Louth

OLIVER, Mary Jane

OLIVER, Mary Jane - DICKIE C

Mary Jane OLIVER of Cavananore & Thomas Coulter DICKIE of Omagh, Co. Tyrone. A mortgage between John Thomas DICKIE of Phillipstown & Mary Jane OLIVER in consideration of £400 to Mary Jane OLIVER “all that part of the lands of Clonaleenan, Co. Louth.” 68 acres. Witness James HENRY Clones. William GIBBON, Dundalk.

 

1874

30

121

1874 Jul 25

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 338

Landed Estates Court & others to JACKSON. Indenture 20 Jul 1858 btw Leonard DOBBIN and Thomas DOBBIN Esqrs. Trustees of estate of James ASHMUR late of Newry Co. Armagh Esq. deceased of 1 pt; Samuel KIDD of the other pt. … part of lands of Dundrum [Dundrum, Parish Keady, Barony Armagh]   … original lease 1 Apr 1799 together with all houses buildings bleaching Mills utensils machinery Mill races and Mill dams and waters and watercourses together with 2/3rd proportion of bog in town and lands of Dundrum [Dundrum, Parish Keady, Barony Armagh] and Darkley … in parish of Derrynoose, Manor of Toaghy Barony & Co. Armagh [several pages and considerable detail] …  in consideration of £300 by Samuel Kidd JACKSON of Cara Co. Fermanagh Esq. paid to credit of the estate of Samuel Kidd JACKSON Owner Henry JACKSON Petitioner in part discharge of the purchase money of £3,000 due to Henry JACKSON of Cara Co. Fermanagh, Esq.

NOTE: Samuel Kidd JACKSON (1851-1911) son of Henry JACKSON (1811-1893) and Ellen KIDD (1821-1888)

Vol 30

1875

10

256

1875 Mar 3

Premises

JACKSON

George JACKSON – Robert Grimshaw DUNVILLE. See: 1884-6-182. SEE: JACKSON Probates in Co. Down.

Indenture made by George JACKSON of Knocknagoney, Co. Down, farmer of 1 pt & Robert GRIMSHAW of Redburn, Co. Down. Of other part… for sum of 2800 pounds by GRIMSHAW pd to JACKSON… ref to indenture 1866 May 25 btw George JACKSON of 1st pt & John HARRISON of 2nd pt. for 3 acres 16 perches Cunningham measure bounded on the north by other lands of George JACKSON, on the east by the public road called the Knockmagoney Rd. on the west by lands of John HARRISON and on the south partly by lands of John HARRISON & John HERON… parish of Holywood, Barony of Lower Castlereagh, Co. Down…. Other lands in George JACKSONs possession from indenture1860 May 24… Capt. HARRISON … lots of other adjacent lands. WITNESS William Alexander BREAKEY and William John CHAMBERs both of Belfast. NOTE I do not have a memorial of the 1860 indenture.

1875

20

203

1875 May 13

Meath & Kildare

JACKSON, William H.

William H. JACKSON – Henry V. JACKSON

Btw William Henry JACKSON of Mountjoy Sq. City of Dublin, Esq. & Mary JACKSON spinster his 2nd daughter of 1st pt & Luke CLIFF of Fitzwilliam Square City of Dublin Barrister of Law of 2nd pt… Henry Vincent JACKSON of Inane near Roscrea  Co. Tipperary of 3rd pt… marriage to be between Mary JACKSON & Luke CLIFF … William Henry JACKSON granted to Henry Vincent JACKSON town and lands of Cromwellstown and part of lands of Kilteel in Barony of Salt, Co. Kildare. NOTE: Could this be William Henry JACKSON (1822-1882) husband of Mary BOYD? NOTE: At Dublin, Luke Sweetman Eiffe [sic CLIFFE], Esq., Barrister at Law, 45 Fitzwilliam Square West, Dublin to Mary, second daughter of William Henry JACKSON, Esq., of Inane, Roscrea. NOTE: William Henry JACKSON was a brother of Henry Vincent JACKSON,

SEE: Peter JACKSON & Joanna – a Wicklow Tree.

15

1875

20

204

1875 May 13

Meath & Kildare

JACKSON, William H.

William H. JACKSON – Henry V. JACKSON

See above for detail … transfer of 3,000 pounds sterling as part of marriage agreement…

15

1875

48

24

1875 Nov 13

Antrim

JACKSON, Luke

Luke JACKSON – Edward WASSON

Image 18

BTW Luke JACKSON of Castlegore [Castlegore, Parish Connor, Barony Antrim Lower], Co. Antrim farmer of 1 pt & Edward WASSON of Gilgad Co. Antrim farmer of other pt. reciting lease 10 Aug 1858 from Rt. Hon John Skefflington Lord Viscount Massarene and Ferrard to John LEECH also reciting indenture of assignment 9 Apr 1864 from John LEECH to Luke JACKSON also in consideration of 280 … farm of land in townland Castlegore late in possession of Luke JACKSON 24a 4p  with houses edifices and buildings and all appurtenances to WASSON … WITNESS: Alexander CARUTH solicitor & Samuel McIlroy GORE Writing Clerk Luke JACKSON [SEAL]

SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim. Luke JACKSON (1814-1891)

 

1875

48

164

1870-1879

Kildare

JACKSON, William H.

William H. JACKSON – Wills C GASON

 

1876

22

98

 

Sligo

JACKSON

William Henry JACKSON – Charles BOYD

Image 400

Commission of Church Temporalities in Ireland …in consideration of £200 paid by Charles BOYD of Omniscone [??] Co. Sligo … and at direction of Very Reverend William JACKSON of the Deanery Killala Co. Mayo the tenant in possession … townland Kilglass [Kilglass, Parish Kilglass, Barony Tireragh] 18a 3r 20p  & townland Carrownedon [Carrowneden, Parish Kilglass, Barony Tireragh] 14a 1r 4p in Barony Tirereagh Co. Sligo …

 

1876

28

135

 1870-1879

Holywood

JACKSON

James JACKSON – William GARDINER 1875-1879

James JACKSON of Ballygrainey, Co. Down, farmer of 1 pt & William GARDINER of Holywood, Co. Down, Gent of the other pt… James JACKSON as executor of will of Andrew JACKSON deceased granted to Gardiner… lands and premises granted in 1846 Mar 20 land on the north east side of the street called the Shore round running from the main street to the Kinnegar in the town of Holywood, Parish of Holywood, Barony Castlereagh, Co. Down… also liberty to build & rest timber on the adjoining wall of the dwelling house of John MENSILLY… NOTE: I have not seen the memorial of 1846.

 

1876

28

156

1870-1879

Kildare

JACKSON, William H.

William H. JACKSON – James P. HAMILTON

 

1876

28

267

1870-1879

Kildare, Tyne, Donegal

JACKSON, Johanna V.

Johanna V. JACKSON- James HAMILTON NOTE: I am guessing this would be Johanna Vincent JACKSON

q

1876

39

72

 

Drumskelt

BREAKEY

BREAKEY, John & BREAKEY, Thomas-BREAKEY, Thomas Cov

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

23/8/1876.  John BREAKEY, Drumskelt & Thomas, son, Elizabeth Ferguson, nee BREAKEY, wife of Isaiah, Mary Gillespie, nee BREAKEY, wife of Rev John Gillespie.

 

1876

39

255

1876 Aug 1

Armagh

Louth

JACKSON

Image 298

A memorial of an indenture of marriage settlement btw Andrew Coulter Bradford JACKSON of Lions Den Enfield Co. Meath farmer of 1st pt; Eliza Emily GILLMER of Liscalgot [Liscalgat, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] near Crossmaglen in Co. Armagh Spinster of 2nd pt; Eliezer GILLMER of Liscalgot and Frederick Richard GRIFFIN of Liscalgot farmer Trustees for matter mentioned of the third part. Reciting the said Andrew Coulter Bradford JACKSON granted to said Eliezer GILLMER and Frederick Richard GRIFFIN perpetual annuity of yearly rent charge of £60 created by the will of Andrew Coulter BRADFORD and charged on the moiety of the lands of Aughavackey otherwise Roachdale in Barony Dundalk Co. Louth and moiety of lands of Cavananore and Dungooly in Barony Dundalk Co. Louth and moiety of lands of Tullyvallen [probably Tullyvallan, Parish of Newtownhamilton, Barony of Fews Upper in Barony Upper Fews Co. Armagh … WITNESS; Francis SCOTT of Dundalk Co. Louth Apothecary & David JACKSON of 31 Lombard Street London, Gentleman [SEAL]

NOTE: David JACKSON (1855-1903). HSBC records show that he started with HSBC in 1877, but since 31 Lombard St. was the address of HSBC it is possible that he started a bit earlier. He was a brother of Andrew Coulter Bradford JACKSON. Frederick Richard GRIFFIN (later married their sister Mary MENARY.

 

1876

41

139

1876 Jul 6

Coleraine

Londonderry

JACKSON

Image 139

BTW Catherine KENNEDY formerly Catherine JACKSON Widow and Mary Jane WALKER widow formerly Mary Jane JACKSON both of City of St. Louis County of St. Louis State of Missouri America of 1st pt; Hugh ANDERSON, Merchant and Daniel TAYLOR Member of Parliament for borough of Coleraine both of Coleraine Co. Londonderry & The Most Rev Patrick Dorrian Roman Catholic Bishop of Down & Connor and Rev Alexander McMULLAN parish priest of Coleraine of 3rd pt. Reciting indenture 12 May 1843 from John BOYD to John JACKSON of premises for lives of three persons named renewable and reciting that Catherine KENNEDY otherwise JACKSON Mary Jane WALKER Hugh ANDERSON & Daniel TAYLOR granted his or her respective interest in said premises and confirmed unto said Patrick DORRIAN and Patrick McMULLAN plot of ground on west side of Upper New Row in town of Coleraine on which the said John JACKSON built and erected a dwelling house and offices on ground containing in front to New Row 47’ 3” and on the rere 39’ and on the north side adjoining the houses built of Robert BOYD 72’ 2’ and on the South side adjoining John BOYD’s ground 73 ‘ 9” as defined by a map in margin of said indenture of 20 May 1843 with appurtenances … lately occupied as Constabulary Barrack in Parish Coleraine Co. Londonderry … WITNESS: Thomas A. McGONEGAL of Coleraine Co. Londonderry Solicitor & Robert LITHGOW Writing Clerk

NOTE: Property had been split 3 ways between siblings: John, Catherine & Mary Jane. See also: ROD: 1866-18-19 for same property.

 

1876

42

108

1876

Antrim

JACKSON, Luke

Luke JACKSON – Ballymena & Larne Rail

SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

 

1876

44

211

1875-1879

Mountpottinger

GILMORE

John REID – John GILMORE

 

1876

44

251

1875-1879

Mountpottinger

GILMORE

James GILMORE

 

1877

12

262

1877 Mar 19

Carlow

JACKSON

Landed Estates to McCULLAGH

Memorial of an indenture 17 Mar 1877 refers to an indenture Jan 3 1720 btw Wm HUNT & John PHIPPS... land formerly held by Mary HARRIS widow... Benjamin BARTON... James HAMILTON... in 27th year of reign of Queen Victoria transfer of land after £540 pd to Elizabeth J. McCULLOCH of Brighton Terrace, Sandy [?] Dublin, widow...£480 due to Elizabeth JACKSON the petitioner.... estate of Mary Ames JACKSON ... lands of Rattonpeile 10A 3R 11P in town of Carlow ... # 9 & 10 Carlow St... [Note this was a lengthy memorial, and I haven’t a clue of half of what they were on about].

1

1877

16

263

 

 

OLIVER

OLIVER, Elizabeth - WILSON, Thomas Notes in 2009 diary See beneath re: Ballymascanlan Cottage, Co. Louth

 

1877

28

240

1875-1879

Ballymachan

 

Thomas JACKSON-Wm EWART

 

1877

33

22

 

Sligo

Mayo

JACKSON

Oliver Vaughan JACKSON – John CHRISTOPHERS

 

1877

51

266

1877 Nov 30

Ballywooley. Co. Down

JACKSON

James JACKSON – Robert McQUISTON

James JACKSON of Ballygrainey, Co. Down, Gent of 1st pt & Robert Jackson BELL of Ballywooley, Co. Down, Gent of 2nd pt & Robert McQUISTON of Belfast Esq., Co. Antrim.. James JACKSON by the direction of Robert Jackson BELL granted lands in recited indenture  of 1729 Aug 12, and recited mtg of  2 Jan 1852… town and lands of Ballywooley alias Ballywoolie 142 acres , parish of Bangor, Barony of Castlereagh, Co. Down… sum of 2,500 pounds & interest…

 

1877

51

266

1877 Nov 30

Ballywooley. Co. Down

JACKSON

James JACKSON – Robert McQUISTON

James JACKSON of Ballygrainey, Co. Down, Gent of 1st pt & Robert Jackson BELL of Ballywooley, Co. Down, Gent of 2nd pt & Robert McQUISTON of Belfast Esq., Co. Antrim.. James JACKSON by the direction of Robert Jackson BELL granted lands in recited indenture  of 1729 Aug 12, and recited mtg of  2 Jan 1852… town and lands of Ballywooley alias Ballywoolie 142 acres , parish of Bangor, Barony of Castlereagh, Co. Down… sum of 2,500 pounds & interest…

 

1877

60

259

1877 Apr 14

Ballymascanlan Cottage, Co. Louth

OLIVER

OLIVER-WILSON Notes in 2009 diary

Between Elizabeth OLIVER presently residing at Ballymascanlon Cottage in Co. Louth, widow of the 1st part & John McILWAINE of Newry, Co. Louth Gent of the 2nd part & Thomas WILSON of Ballymascanlon Cottage, Co. Louth of 3rd part (Maria CRAWLEY, sister of  Elizabeth OLIVER was married to Thomas WILSON) ... in consideration of 10 shillings paid to Elizabeth OLIVER by said Thomas WILSON ... she, Eliza OLIVER by said Thomas WILSON did grant ... to Thomas WILSON .. (her) undivided 5th share or part, or other her estate & interest of or in the rents and profits of said lands of Clontygora [Clontygora, Parish Killevy (Upper Orior portion), Barony Orior Upper] containing 693A 1R 33P called Clontygora North & that part of the lands of Clontygora South containing 552A 16P in Parish of Killeavay, Barony of Upper Orier & Co. Armagh & also that part of the lands of Edentobber containing 446A 6P Barony of Lower Dundalk, Co. Louth ... arising out of the said lands and charged theron by the will of the said Launcelot COULTER deceased and also all that the said sum of £1000 costs at present in the hands of the said Thomas WILSON being the actual and proper money of the said Elizabeth OLIVER ... upon trust for the said Elizabeth OLIVER ... until the intended marriage (what marriage???) WITNESS: Thomas CAREY of Newry, solicitor; William STINSON of Newry, book keeper.

 

1878

3

221

1878 Jan 10

Holywood

JACKSON

John JACKSONJohn JACKSON 1875-1879

Image 120

BTW John JACKSON of Belfast Co. Antrim Gent of 1 pt & John JACKSON of Belfast Plumber & Gas fitter of the other pt. Reciting that John JACKSON of 1st pt transferred to John JACKSON of 2nd pt. premised demised 1 Mar 1839 from John JACKSON the elder to John JACKSON the younger on South West side of Shore Street in town of Holywood Parish of Holywood containing in breadth 72’ commencing in the centre of the Gateway and extending to a tenement at present in occupation of George CREEKARD and running backwards in a straight line to premises in occupation of William HAYES abt 200’ … for rest of unexpired term of 900 years. WITNESS: John Campbell WHITE Solicitor John Alexander McGIMPSEY law clerk both of Belfast John JACKSON [SEAL] John JACKSON [SEAL]

q

1878

3

221

1878 Jan 10

Holywood

JACKSON

John JACKSONJohn JACKSON 1875-1879

Image 120

BTW John JACKSON of Belfast Co. Antrim Gent of 1 pt & John JACKSON of Belfast Plumber & Gas fitter of the other pt. Reciting that John JACKSON of 1st pt transferred to John JACKSON of 2nd pt. premised demised 1 Mar 1839 from John JACKSON the elder to John JACKSON the younger on South West side of Shore Street in town of Holywood Parish of Holywood containing in breadth 72’ commencing in the centre of the Gateway and extending to a tenement at present in occupation of George CREEKARD and running backwards in a straight line to premises in occupation of William HAYES abt 200’ … for rest of unexpired term of 900 years. WITNESS: John Campbell WHITE Solicitor John Alexander McGIMPSEY law clerk both of Belfast John JACKSON [SEAL] John JACKSON [SEAL]

 

1878

41

271

 

Armagh

HAYES

James HAYES-Matthew HALL

 

1878

46

95

1878 Oct 10

Ballynafeigh, Co. Down

JACKSON

John LENNON-Anthony JACKSON.

Trustees re marriage of  Sarah LENNON with Anthony JENNINGS of 1st part (many names)  & William Milo de Rune BARCLAY of 2nd pt…Anthony Thomas JACKSON, architect of Belfast… land in Ballynafeigh… 22 acres 20 perches… farm known as Prospect in Parish of Newtownbreda, Barony of Castlereagh…

 I suspect he is one of the Quaker JACKSONs

 

1878

46

95

1875-1879

Prospect

JACKSON

John LENNON – Anthony JACKSON

q

1878

49

267

1875-1879

Ballynickle, Co. Down

 

John DOUGLAS- William JACKSON

q

???

1879

7

65

1878 Dec 31

Carlow

Wales

India

Dublin

Wexford

BROWNE

Image 190

BTW James BROWNE of [Marar ?] in Empire of India Esq M.D. The Rev James ARMSTRONG of Penmaenmore [?] Perry Marian North Wales Clerk of 1st pt. … lengthy deed EUSTACE …

 

1879

7

66

1878 Nov 21

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 191

William Richard CORR of Crossmaglen, Solicitor, aged 21 years+, Plaintiff obtained a judgement in High Court Justice in Ireland against William BROWN of Crossmaglen, Merchant, David JACKSON of Urker [Urcher, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], farmer and Alexander BROWN of Clohoge Farmer defendants for £129 plus costs of £7.8 … land in Townland of Clohoge [Cloghoge, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Parish of Creggan, Barony Upper Fews, Co. Armagh now in occupation of land Alexander BROWN.

NOTE: William CORR (1815-1883) was a merchant of Urker House and father of William Richard CORR (abt 1851-1911) a solicitor and bachelor who practiced first in Carrickmacross and then at CORR & O’CONNOR, The Square, Crossmaglen. SEE: Corr Family History.

NOTE: Exploring BROWN-JACKSON connections:

·         Deed 619-7-423137 dated Dec 2, 1809 Deed of conveyance between Alexander BROWN of Cloghog, Co. Armagh farmer & Cornelius BROWN of Tullycol[eve?] Co. Armagh, farmer. Whereby Alexander BROWN declared ¼ of Kiltybane (29 A 1R 30p) [Kiltybane (Na Coillte Bána or Lios Liatroma) (aka Lisleitrim) Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper] demised by the late James EASTWOOD of Castletown, Co. Louth to the said Alexander and William BROWN & Alexander DONELTON [sic] 20 Aug 1794 was made in trust to the said Alexander BROWN to & for the use of the minor children of the late John BROWN of Cloghog aforesaid deceased whose last will and testament said Alexander BROWN was the only executor ... natural lives of Alexander DONALDSON & William BROWN. Witness John COLER of Aghad ... & John BROWN of Cloghog, both of Co. Armagh, farmers. John WALLACE of A... Attorney, Dublin. NOTE: A John BROWN was a brother-in-law of the three brothers: William McCULLAGH, Samuel McCULLAGH and George McCULLAGH [I suspect a Co. Monaghan connection here]. SOURCE: A Statistical Account of the Barony of Upper Fews in the County of Armagh. John Donaldson 1838, p13.

·         Deed 500-66-312060 dated 1795 Feb 13 p 132 2007

·         Deed 552-242-365984 dated 1802 Oct 19

·         Deed 565-222-377388 dated 1780 Jan 1

·         Deed 713-137-487872

 

1879

7

67

1878 Nov 21

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 191

William CORR of Crossmaglen, Solicitor, Plaintiff obtained a judgement in High Court Justice in Ireland against William BROWN of Crossmaglen, Merchant, David JACKSON of Urker, farmer and Alexander BROWN of Clohoge [Cloghoge, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Farmer defendants … David JACKSON is at time of securing this affidavit possessed at law or in Equity that farm of land with the houses and buildings in townlands of Liscalget Liscalgat (Lis-galgat), Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] and Urker now in occupation of said David JACKSON in Parish Creggan, Barony Upper Fews, Co. Armagh and the judgement is still in effect for £105.15 still remains justly due.

NOTE: William CORR (1815-1883) was a merchant of Urker House and father of William Richard CORR (abt 1849-1911) a solicitor and bachelor who practiced first in Carrickmacross and then his office was CORR & O’CONNOR, The Square, Crossmaglen. SEE: Corr Family History.

 

1879

7

68

1878 Nov 21

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 192

William CORR of Crossmaglen, Solicitor, Plaintiff obtained a judgement in High Court Justice in Ireland against William BROWN of Crossmaglen, Merchant, David JACKSON of Urker [Urcher, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper],, farmer and Alexander BROWN of Clohoge [Cloghoge, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] Farmer defendants … for £129 plus costs of £7.8 … William BROWN is at time of securing this affidavit certain lands in townland of Crossmaglen, Parish of Creggan, Barony Upper Fews, Co Armagh now in occupation of William BROWN and his tenant John FOYLE …

NOTE: William CORR (1815-1883) was a merchant of Urker House and father of William Richard CORR (abt 1849-1911) a solicitor and bachelor who practiced first in Carrickmacross and then his office was CORR & O’CONNOR, The Square, Crossmaglen. SEE: Corr Family History.

 

1879

7

69

1879 Jan 31

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 192

BTW Sarah ANDERSON of Brackagh, Co. Tyrone Widow lessor of 1 pt & John JACKSON of Brackagh Gent, Lessee of other pt. Part of lands of Brackagh, Barony East Omagh, Co. Tyrone containing 91a 1r 38p in occupation of lessor but then in occupation of Lessee with dwelling house farm buildings and appurtenances for term of 31 years subject to annual rent of £120 … and also containing covenant by lessee to build in addition to the dwelling house then standing on said premises to keep all the buildings insured against loss or damage by fire to extent of £400  … WITNESS: John GRAHAM solicitor of Enniskillen and William GRAHAM of Drumall farmer both of Co. Fermanagh. Sarah ANDERSON [SEAL]

NOTE: This is most likely John JACKSON (1839-1886) postmaster of Brackagh and son of David JACKSON & Eliza OLIVER of Urker Urker [Urcher, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Crossmaglen, Co. Armagh

 

1879

11

55

1879 Feb 22

Co. Louth

STITT

STITT, William-STITT, Alexander 1870-1879

Between William STITT of Derryfalone, Co. Louth farmer of one part & Alexander STITT of Newtownhamilton, Co. Armagh Merchant of the other part. William STITT granted to Alexander STITT ... life insurance policy & also town and lands of Cregganduff [Creggan Duff (An Creagán Dubh), Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] containing 37A, Parish of Creggan ... WITNESS: William Addye SIMSON of Armagh, solicitor & William James DONALDSON of Newtownhamilton.

 

1879

14

277

1875-1879

Holywood

JACKSON

John JACKSON – Hugh McGURK

q

1879

16

153

1879 Mar 19

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 79

BTW David JACKSON of Ballinary [Ballynarry, Parish Tartaraghan, Barony Oneilland West] Co. Armagh, Farmer of 1st pt; William ROWE of Ballinary Farmer & James FULTON farmer & Margaret FULTON otherwise ROWE his wife of Derrylileagh Derrylileagh [Derrylileagh, Parish Tartaraghan, Barony Oneilland West], Thomas SULLIVAN farmer & Rachel SULLIVAN otherwise ROWE his wife of Derrylard, Moses JACKSON of Ballinary farmer & John MARTIN farmer and Mary Jane MARTIN otherwise ROWE his wife of Ballinary all in Co. Armagh of 2nd pt. William ROWE of Ballinary farmer of 3rd pt. Reciting indenture 12 Oct 1861 btw William ROWE of 1st pt & Anne ROWE of Ballinary widow since deceased of th 2nd part’ Margaret ROWE now Margaret FULTON party hereto and Rachel ROWE now Rachel SULLIVAN party hereto Sarah ROWE afterwards Sarah JACKSON since deceased wife of Moses JACKSON party hereto and Mary Jane ROWE now Mary Jane MARTIN party hereto of 3rd pt. and said David JACKSON also party herto of 4th pt which recited indenture of lease 20 Feb 1836 Edward OBRE granted to John ROWE farm in possession of John ROWE in Ballinary Co. Armagh containing 46a 2r 21p English measure for lives of George ENSOR son of George ENSOR of Ardress and William VERNER and Wingfield VERNER sons of late Col William VERNER of Church Hill subject to yearly rent of £50.2.9. John ROWE dies intestate leaving John ROWE his eldest son and heir and also leaving William ROWE, Anne ROWE, Margaret ROWE, Rachel ROWE, Sarah ROWE and Mary Jane ROWE his next of kin and by indented deed 3 Feb 1853 the said John ROWE and Anne ROWE assigned to David JACKSON a portion of land containing 12a 21p to David JACKSON for lives named for rent of £9.12.6 and that the said John ROWE died leaving William ROWE his heir and reciting that William ROWE desirous to carry out the wishes of his father and to make a provision for his mother and sisters by agreement 5 Oct 1861 assigned the remainder to David JACKSON …. [much more detail about various ROWEs] … Anne ROWE died abt 21 Dec 1878 and lands had not been sold or mortgaged to raise the said sum of £200 but that the said William ROWE agreed to pay to John FULTON & Margaret his wife, the said Thomas SULLIVAN and Rachel his wife, the said Moses JACKSON and the said John MARTIN and Mary Jane his wife parties thereto the said sum of £200 on conveyance executed by them and the said David JACKSON … land lately in possession of John ROWE sr & John ROWE jr deceased containing 44a 2r in Manor of Clontilen, Parish Tartaraghan, Barony Oneiland West Co. Armagh excepting … WITNESS; Henry J. HARRIS solicitor Portadown & William John AGNEW Law Clerk Portadown.

SEE: JACKSONs of Tartaraghan.

 

1879

58

173

 

Sligo

JACKSON

Henry Vaughan JACKSON – Robert V CLARKE

 

1879

58

201

1879 Dec 3

Carlow

Wicklow

Dublin

JACKSON, William

William JACKSON – Henry B. BURTON 1870-1879

Image 266

BTW Charles RYAN of Barnhill Co. Wicklow Esq. of 1st pt Sarah RYAN otherwise BOYCE of Barnhill House his wife of 2nd pt; William JACKSON of Knockboy Esq. of 3rd pt & Henry B. BURTON of 3 Catherwood Place Co. Dublin Esq. of 4th pt…. reciting 5 Sept 1817 … Charles RYAN inheritance … reciting 4 Mar 1869 settlement previous to a marriage btw Charles RYAN and Sarah BOD [or BOYCE?] … with consent of Sarah RYAN and William JACKSON granted to Henry BURTON part of lands of Knocklassinemore commonly known by the name of Barnhill Estate in Barony Rathvilly, Co Carlow containing 28a Irish Plantation measure & commonly known as the Demesne lands of Barnhill granted 25 Sept 1717… WITNESS Henry Bindon BURTON of No 4 Wellington Quay City of Dublin Solicitor & Henry T. HUGHES of 12 Ormaond Quay Dublin Law Clerk

 

1880

5

114

 

Sligo

JACKSON

Very Rev William JACKSON – Public Works Commission

Image 220

Very Rev William JACKSON  Dean of Killanly – purchase of 10a land on behalf of Church. Parish Castleconnor. Barony Tireragh, Co. Sligo

NOTE: William JACKSON  (abt 1808-1885) was born in Mayo, County Mayo and educated at Trinity College Dublin. Son of Col George JACKSON (abt 1775-1826)  & Sidney VAUGHAN of Fortland. SEE: JACKSONs of Enniscoe and Carramore, Co. Mayo

 

1880

5

115

 

Sligo

JACKSON

Very Rev William JACKSON – Public Works Commission

Image 220

Very Rev William JACKSON  Dean of Killanly – purchase of Dwelling House on behalf of Church. Parish Castleconnor. Barony Tireragh, Co. Sligo

NOTE: William JACKSON  (abt 1808-1885) was born in Mayo, County Mayo and educated at Trinity College Dublin. Son of Col George JACKSON (abt 1775-1826)  & Sidney VAUGHAN of Fortland. SEE: JACKSONs of Enniscoe and Carramore, Co. Mayo

 

1880

11

226

1880 Mar 1

Antrim

JACKSON, Robert

Robert JACKSON – John CRAWFORD

Image 567

BTW Robert JACKSON of Mill Bay Island Magee Co. Armagh farmer and Spirit Dealer (therein after called the mortgager) of 1 pt & John CRAWFORD of Larne Co. Antrim Merchant (therinafter called the Mortgagee) ... farm at Mill Bay Island Magee known as “The Mill Bay Farm” [at Carnspindle, Parish Islandmagee, Barony Belfast Lower] then in occupation of Robert JACKSON as year to year tenant containing 37a 3r 32p with all houses buildings rights and appurtenances held under Capt SHINGSBY[?] … 2ndly farm at Ballydown [Ballydown, Parish Islandmagee, Barony Belfast Lower] Island Magee known as “The Moat Farm” then in occupation of Robert JACKSON as tenant year to year 5a under Capt Thomas SHINGSBY… WITNESS: Edward O’Rorke DICKEY solicitor & Hugh McKEOWN law clerk both of Belfast Co. Antrim Robert JACKSON [SEAL]

SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

SEE: JACKSONs of Artnagullian, Parish Connor and later of Parish Islandmagee.

 

1880

11

279

1880 Mar 4

Meath

JACKSON, Gordon

Gordon JACKSON – William LANE

CROSSLE-LANE

A Memorial of an indenture of Mortgage made the twenty-seventh day of January one thousand eight hundred and eighty between James CROSSLE of Amahoe House in the County of Tyrone Esq of the first part. Gordon JACKSON of Rath House in the County of Meath Esquire of the second part and William LANE of Derrylavin in the County of Monaghan, Esquire William Doolan SMITH of Castleblayney in the County of Monaghan Esquire and Andrew Foulis McMATH of Thornford in the County of Monaghan Esq of the 3rd pt.

Reciting an indenture of mortgage  4th Nov 1857 by Thomas JACKSON to the said James CROSSLE  to secure the sum of 4000 pounds with interest . The will and the death of said Thomas JACKSON and that the principal sum of £1900 still remained due on said mtg…. in consid of £1900 at the request of Gordon JACKSON paid to the said James CROSSLE by the said William LANE, William Doolan SMITH & Andrew Foules McMATH … then transferred to the three the lands formerly called the two Raths land but now known as Rathe, a sub-denomination of the Poles of Newcastle containing 401 a 2r 23 perches statute measure Barony of Morgallion, Co. Meath.  Referencing deed 4 Nov 1857. WITNESS: Robert Ellis BAILIE of Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan, solicitor & Thomas JACKSON of Lisnaboe, Kingscourt.

SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath

NOTE: William Doolan SMITH was the husband of Kate Elizabeth JACKSON, daughter of Burton JACKSON (1805-1875) and Elizabeth McMATH, daughter of Andrew McMATH.

 

1880

60

259

1880 Dec 20

Killylea

OLIVER & JACKSON, David

OLIVER, John - ARMSTRONG, Henry B Notes in 2009 diary

OLIVER, William

In consideration of £350 by Henry Bruce ARMSTRONG of Killilea [Killylea, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh], Co. Armagh. Esq pd to the estate of John OLIVER … and of Trustee William OLIVER owner and petitioner and of David JACKSON and others … grant to ARMSTRONG part of lands of Lisdrumard Lisdrumard , Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] containing 66A 2R 4P … lands of Drumgar [Drumgar, Parish Derrynoose, Barony of Armagh] 1A 34 P excepted by the 36th Division of Trinity College Dublin Leasing & Perpetuity Oct 1851. Excepted from Sir James Matthew STRONG … former conveyance of said lands 16 Feb 1869 between STRONG & William OLIVER & Thomas OLIVER … (relating to) indenture 15 Sept 1837 between Rev Joseph LEATHLY of the one part & William OLIVER & Thomas OLIVER of the other part [SEE also: ROD 1837-17-52]. Schedule included:

Part of the lands of Lisdrummond [66.2.4], the lands of Knockagraphy [Knockagraffy , Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh [24.3.6] & part of lands of Drumgarr [Drumgar, Parish Derrynoose, Barony of Armagh] [1.0.34]. Tenant: William KNIPE-Robert KNIPE £150. Agreement dated 5 Nov 1867 between William OLIVER of the one part & Robert KNIPE of the other part … (lots of detail). WITNESS: Edward ARCHER. (NOTE: see Chart p104 2009 black diary)

LDS

1881

1

223

1881 Dec 10

Antrim

JACKSON, George A.

George A. JACKSON – Luke JACKSON

Image 106

BTW George Alexander JACKSON then of Islandmagee Co. Antrim farmer of 1 pt & Luke JACKSON then of Larne farmer of other part … land called Loonburn [Loonburn, Parish Kilbride, Barony Antrim Upper] being part of townland Lisnalisk 83a 3r 39p 1/2p equal to 136a 19p Imperial measure in lease 1 Apr 1828 and 15 Jun 1868 Parish Donegore, Barony Upper Antrim … to use of Luke JACKSON and James Holmes JACKSON forever as tenants in common. George A JACKSON [SEAL] Luke JACKSON [SEAL] James Holmes JACKSON [SEAL]

SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

 

1881

1

224

1880 Dec 10

Antrim

JACKSON, George A.

Luke JACKSON – James Holmes JACKSON

Image 106

Luke JACKSON then of Islandmagee Co. Antrim farmer & James Holmes JACKSON then of Larne Co Antrim farmer … townland Ballypriormore [Ballyprior More, Parish Islandmagee, Barony Belfast Lower] in Parish Islandmagee Barony Lower Belfast Co. Antrim 25a Plantation measure tenants under Viscount Dungannon

SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

 

1881

1

225

1880 Dec 10

Antrim

JACKSON, George A.

George A. JACKSON - Luke JACKSON

Image 107

BTW George Alexander JACKSON then of Islandmagee Co. Antrim farmer of 1 pt & Luke JACKSON then of Larne farmer of other part & James Holmes JACKSON then of Larne Co Antrim farmer … townland Ballypriormore [Ballyprior More, Parish Islandmagee, Barony Belfast Lower]

SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

 

1881

1

226

1881

Antrim

JACKSON, George A.

George A. JACKSON - Luke JACKSON

Image 108

BTW George Alexander JACKSON then of Islandmagee Co. Antrim farmer of 1 pt & Luke JACKSON then of Larne farmer of other part & James Holmes JACKSON then of Larne Co Antrim farmer … land called Loonburn [Loonburn, Parish Kilbride, Barony Antrim Upper] being part of townland Lisnalisk 83a … 33a formerly in possession of George Alexander JACKSON since deceased and late in possession of Luke JACKSON and James Holmes JACKSON as yearly tenants under Capt KINGSBY[?] … [seemingly] contesting the right of George Alexander JACKSON to make grant of Loonburn … Ballypriormore [Ballyprior More, Parish Islandmagee, Barony Belfast Lower]

SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

 

1881

7

95

1880-1884

Sandsend Field

The Elders

 

Anna JACKSON – Richard M. DOUGLAS

 

1881

11

280

1880-1884

Holywood

 

Anna JACKSON – Richard M. DOUGLAS

 

1881

17

140

1880-1889

Armagh

JACKSON, Elizabeth

Elizabeth JACKSON – Richard FINCH

James Francis WATSON, Brisbane, Australia, Gent & William JACKSON of Bankfield near Kirkham, Co. Lancaster, Gent  & Mary Ellen SUTCLIFFE of Southport in said Co., widow of 2nd pt. Elizabeth JACKSON wife of said William JACKSON of 3rd pt…. more names, all having a piece of the action … land in Lurgen in north east side of town.

 

1881

39

206

1881

Antrim

JACKSON, Robert

Robert JACKSON & ors – Edward COEY

Image 550 Trustees of manse at Ballygoland

 

1881

39

207

1881

Antrim

JACKSON, Robert

Robert JACKSON & ors – Edward COEY

Image 550 Trustees of Presbyterian Church at Whitehouse

 

1882

6

164

 

Keady

DOBBIN

PRONI D889/2/53 OLIVERs may also be in this one. See PRONI notes. Wrong #

 

1882

13

281

1882 Mar 30

Sligo

JACKSON

James William JACKSON – Stephen CHERRY

Image 422

BTW James William JACKSON of Teretick House [Tiratick, Parish Killerry, Barony of Tirerrill] Co. Sligo Esq & Robert MORRISON of Victoria Hall Co. Sligo Esq of 1 pt; Stephen Moore CHERRY of Sligo Draper & Eliza Anne CHERRY his wife of other pt. lands granted … Two houses in Castle Street in Town of Sligo in occupation of Stephen Moore CHERRY with passages and easements containing in front to Castle Street 50’ to the rere 30’ on the East side 91’ 4’ and on the west side 86’ bounded on the north by Castle Street on the East by a house and premises occupied by Edward McGLOIN Draper and on the west by Carrow House occupied by Messrs NEILSON and Graham JEWELLERS under lease of 25 Ju 1862 to Stephen Moore CHERRY for term of 61 years … part of lands of Ballincar [Ballincar, Parish Drumcliff,  Barony of Carbury] Co. Sligo containing 2a 2r 32p Irish measure and also 4a Irish measure of said lands with the houses and appurtenances as held by Stephen Moore CHERRY under Owen WYNNE Esq. by virtue of an agreement for a tenancy year to year ….

NOTE: Elizabeth Anne CHERRY (1841-1918) née JACKSON, Married 2ndly 4 Feb 1873Killery Church of Ireland, Ballintogher, Co. Sligo. Stephen Moore Cherry, Widower, Merchant, Sligo to Eliza Ann Maxwell, Widow, Teretick, d/o James Jackson, Gentleman. I.P.O. James W Jackson and Thomas B Jackson.

 

1882

15

43

1882 Apr 25

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 26

BTW John JACKSON of Richhill Co. Armagh tanner & farmer of 1st pt; John ROUNTREE of Mullaltra Co. Armagh farmer of 2nd pt William ROUNTREE of Richhill C. Armagh, Carpenter of 3rd pt; William BEST of Richhill Co. Armagh farmer of 4th pt; Reciting indenture 26 Nov 1685 btw Edward RICHARDSON of Legacorry Parish Kilmore Co. Armagh & Anne his wife of 1 pt & William STEVENSON of Legacorry of other pt; and reciting indenture 16 Apr 1750 btw William RICHARDSON of Richhill Esq of 1 pt & John ROUNTREE and John BEST both of Richill of other pt & reciting deed of partition 24 Jan 1754 btw John ROWNTREE of 1 pt & John BEST of other pt & reciting indenture 24 Nov 1794 btw John ROUNTREE and Thomas ROUNTREE of Mullalitra Co. Armagh farmers of 1 pt & Joshua MARSH of Drumilly Co. Armagh of other pt & reciting indenture 28 Apr 1798 btw Charles ROUNTREE of Mullalitra & Joshua MARSH and reciting indenture 20 Jan 1799 btw William RICHARDSON of 1 pt & Thomas ROUNTREE and John BELL of other pt & reciting indenture 24  Aug 1805 btw Thomas ROUNTREE of 1 pt & James MILLER of Richhill grocer of other pt & whereby James MILLER by will 7 Mar 1816 devised to Anne MILLER (since deceased) all his holding in Richhill and at her death bequeathed to his niece Elizabeth MILLER afterwards Elizabeth PARKER and her heirs  … [more wills] …      reciting 7 Aug 1862 btw Louisa BACON otherwise RICHARDSON of 1 pt & John ROUNTREE Joseph JACKSON Mary JACKSON otherwise GORDON his wife Elizabeth HARDY otherwise GORDON William BERTRAM James PARKER Elizabeth PARKER otherwise MILLER his wife James BEST and Robert BEST of the other pt. and reciting that Elizabeth PARKER predeceased by the said James PARKER and reciting that James PARKER died on or about 27 April 1866 and left will 5 Feb 1866 and reciting indenture 6 Nov 1869 btw William PARKER of 1 pt & William ROUNTREE part hereto of the other part and reciting indenture 8 May 1872 btw William ROUNTREE of 1st pt; John ROUNTREE of 2nd pt & John JACKSON of 3rd pt   … £          130 … John JACKSON granted to William BEST parcel of ground and tenement whereon are erected two houses and premises in Broad Street in own of Richhill adjoining the premises then in occupation of Charles ROUNTREE and representatives of later Robert BEST formerly in possession of James PARKER deceased and afterwards in possession of William PARKER and conveyed to William ROUNTREE (party thereto) 6 Nov 1869 and also house in town of Richhill with 2r 27p of land formerly in possession of Thomas McANNALLY and Francis HALLIGAN and then in possession of said William ROUNTREE in Parish Kilmore Barony O’Neiland West Co. Armagh … WITNESS: Edward BEST of Armagh Co. Armagh solicitor & Willian J. GIRVAN of Armagh Co. Armagh solicitor John JACKSON [SEAL] John ROUNTREE [SEAL] William ROUNTREE [SEAL]                                                                                    

SEE: 1867 May 3 Will of Joseph JACKSON of Richhill, John JACKSON (1827-1890) Son of Joseph JACKSON (1801-1868).

SEE: 1890 September 11 Will of John JACKSON of Richhill, tanner.

 

1882

35

24

1880-1884

Ballywooley, Co. Down

DONALDSON

Louisa BELL- William DONALDSON

 ???

1883

6

195

1883

Antrim

JACKSON, Thomas

Thomas JACKSON – Charles SUTCLIFFE

 

1883

29

6

1880 Jul 12

Armagh

JACKSON

Indenture between Henry JACKSON of Cara, Co. Fermanagh, Esq. of 1 pt; Andrew Craig ROBINSON of no 31 South Mall in City of Cork, Esq. of the other part. Reciting that Samuel KIDD by his will dated 17 Sep 1860 give all his real estate to his two son in laws: William Nasau IRWIN, MD and the said Henry JACKSON. Upon trusts… probate of his will 15 Oct 1860… JACKSON & ROBINSON now trustees. WITNESS; John Dudgeon & Francis Durbin COWEN both of Clones Co. Monaghan.

 

1883

29

6

1883 Jul 12

Leitrim & Queens Co. & Monaghan

JACKSON, Henry

Henry JACKSONHenry JACKSON & ors

Henry JACKSON of Car. Co. Fermanagh Esq of one pt.. see above for more detail. Charlotte IRWIN, wife of William Nassau IRWIN  …. Lands at Bohey, Co Leitrim, & Tirkeeran, Co. Monaghan for use of Henry JACKSON…. Lands at Ballybrophy.

NOTE: Charlotte IRWIN was daughter of Samuel KIDD (1790-1860)

 

1883

43

57

1883 July 23

Ballymacarrett,

Co. Down

JACKSON

William R. JACKSON – William B. RITCHIE

William Ridgeway JACKSON, of Belfast, Co. Antrim, architect…. Very long lease. Lots of land description. NOTE: William Ridgeway JACKSON b: 10 Jan 1840 in Belfast d: 30 Nov 1886 in Sydney, NSW, Australia. SEE: Quaker JACKSONs

 

1883

43

57

1883 July 23

Ballymacarrett,

Co. Down

JACKSON

William R. JACKSON – William B. RITCHIE

William Ridgeway JACKSON, of Belfast, Co. Antrim, architect…. Very long lease. Lots of land description. NOTE: William Ridgeway JACKSON b: 10 Jan 1840 in Belfast d: 30 Nov 1886 in Sydney, NSW, Australia. SEE: Quaker JACKSONs

 

1883

43

58

1880-1884

Ballymagowen Quarries

JACKSON

William R. JACKSON – William B. RITCHIE

William Ridgeway JACKSON

 

1883

43

58

1880-1884

Magherascouse & Quarries

 

William R. JACKSON – William B. RITCHIE

William Ridgeway JACKSON

 

1883

45

220

1883 Oct 4

Newtownards

 JACKSON

Edward McCALL – William JACKSON 1880-1884

Image 379

BTW Edward McCALL of Newtownards Co. Down Draper executor named in will of Patrick GILMORE late of Newtownards aforesaid tinsmith deceased of 1 pt; William JACKSON of Newtownards Publican of other pt. Reciting indenture 1 Nov 1861 from Most Hon Frederick William Robert Marquis of Londonderry to said Patrick GILMORE and reciting it was mentioned in consideration of £325 paid by William JACKSON to said Edward McCALL … assigned parcel of ground situate on North side of Little Francis Street in Town of Newtownards in breadth in front  to Francis St 44’ and breadth in rere 44’ to East Street and in length from front to rere east side 266’ and on the west side 265’ together with dwelling houses and buildings theron known as Numbers 43 and 45 Little Francis Street and Numbers 73 and 75 East Street in town of Newtownards, Barony Lower Castlereagh, Co. Down.

SEE: Contemporary Map.

 

1883

52

285

1883

Antrim

JACKSON, Robert

Robert JACKSON – George A. JACKSON

 

1884

6

182

1880-1884

Belfast Lough Foreshore

 

Jane JACKSON - Robert Grimshaw DUNVILLE.

SEE: JACKSON Probates in Co. Down. See: 1876-10-256.

 

1884

6

182

1884 Feb 1

Holywood, Co. Down

JACKSON

Jane JACKSON - Robert Grimshaw DUNVILLE.

Jane JACKSON of Garden Lodge near Holywood, Co. Down, spinster; Matilda JACKSON of Garden Lodge, spinster; John SIMMS of Newtownards, Co. Down, draper; John DAVIDSON of Turf Lodge Co. Down, farmer trustees… George JACKSON…. Will…annuities … 89 acres 2 roods  36 perches…bounded on  the north by a road running in an easterly direction from the High Road leading from Belfast to Holywood and partly by land the property of William LANGRIDGE in the east, Lower Castlereagh, Co. Down…. And land on the foreshore bounded by lands of Knockmagoney being part of what was conveyed for the Belfast Holywood and Bangor Railway…. To Robert Grimshaw DUNVILLE. SEE: JACKSON Probates in Co. Down. See: 1876-10-256.

 

1884

17

93

1884 Mar 11

Antrim

JACKSON, James & Samuel

James JACKSON & Samuel JACKSON - Hugh McCRONE & ors

Image 178

BTW Samuel JACKSON and James JACKSON both of Skilganabane [Skilganaban, Parish of Ballynure, in the Barony of Belfast Lower] Co. Antrim farmers of 1 pt & Hugh McCRONE jr of Lismenary [Lismenary,  Parish of Ballynure, Barony Belfast Lower] and David McCRONE of Bryantang [Bryantang, Parish of Ballynure, Barony Belfast Lower] farmers of other pt. In consideration of £300 James JACKSON & Samuel JACKSON transferred land of Kilganabane [Skilganaban, Parish of Ballynure, Barony Belfast Lower] containing 39a 13p … Samuel JACKSON [SEAL] James JACKSON [SEAL]

 

1884

18

260

1884 Apr 7

Ballyagherty

 JACKSON

William JACKSON – Alice JACKSON (or BAILIE).

Btw. William JACKSON of Ballyagherty & Alice Jane JACKSON otherwise BAILIE, wife of William JACKSON, farmer.. lands in Ballyagherty containing 10 acres 2 rods Cunningham measure – held by William JACKSON as a yearly tenant under James Charles PRICE Esq. at yearly rent of 13 pounds 2s 2d … farm formerly belonged to Alice BAILIE before her marriage to William JACKSON WITNESS: Thomas DUNWOODY of 13 Lombard St., Dublin.

NOTE: William JACKSON died 1884: Administration of the personal estate of William JACKSON late of Ballyaugherty County Down Farmer who died 9 April 1884 at same place were granted at Belfast to Alice Jane JACKSON of Ballyaugherty the Widow. SEE: JACKSON Probates in Co. Down. NOTE: Ballyagherty , Parish of Saintfield.

 

1884

19

51

1884 Apr 3

Clontinglore

JACKSON

Christine JACKSON – Malcolm THOMPSON

Malcolm R. THOMPSON & W. Moffatt CLOW …executors of William THOMPSON deceased… judgment against Christina JACKSON, a widow of Clontinglore, Saintfield, Co. Down (Townland of Clontinglare, Parish of Kilmore, Barony of Upper Castlereagh). NOTE: She died in 1890. SEE: JACKSON Probates in Co. Down.

 

1884

25

9

1884

Antrim

JACKSON, James

James JACKSON – William GIHONE

 

1884

38

208

1880-1889

Armagh

JACKSON, David

David JACKSON – John CASTLES

David JACKSON of Ballinary [Ballynarry, Parish Tartaraghan, Barony Oneilland West],, Co. Armagh, farmer. SEE: JACKSONs of Tartaraghan.

 

1884

44

69

1880-1889

Carlow

JACKSON, Joseph

Joseph JACKSON

q

1885

1

275

1885  Jan 7

Carlow

JACKSON, Joseph

Joseph JACKSON

 Joseph JACKSON of Carlow, Co. Carlow… dwelling houses outhouses yard and premises known as #11 Tallow St., Carlow based on lease of 1851

15

1885

3

34

1885 Jan 16

Londonderry

JACKSON, David

David JACKSON – William J. GUTHRIE

Image 20

BTW William DONAGHY of Ballylarghy [possibly Ballyleagry, Parish Balteagh, Barony Keenaght,] Co. Londonderry farmer of 1 pt; John JACKSON and David JACKSON both of Ardgarvin [Ardgarvan, Parish Drumachose, Barony Keenagh] Co Londonderry farmers of 2nd pt; William Jones GUTHRIE of Greysteel [either Gresteel Beg or Gresteel More, Parish Faughanvale, Barony Tirkeeran] Co. Londonderry famer of 3rd pt.In consideration of £200 paid by William James GUTHRIE to William DONAGHY John JACKSON & David JACKSON conveyed Townland of Ballymully [Ballymully, Parish Balteagh, Barony Keenaght] Barony of Kennaught, Co. Londonderry 60a 2r 31p …& 64a in Ardgarvin, Barony of Kennaught  and townland Largyreagh [Largyreagh, Parish Drumachose, Barony of Keenaght] containing 57a with undivided share of the mountain grazing attached… WITNESS: Hugh Dillon LANE Barrister & James ALLEN writing Clerk John [X] JACKSON [SEAL] & David JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: 1901 Census John JACKSON age 49 & David JACKSON age 46 at Ardgarven (b abt 1855). Both brothers unmarried in 1911 Census.

15

1885

33

3

1885 Aug 7

Leitrim

JACKSON, Henry

Henry JACKSONHenry JACKSON & ors

Btw Henry JACKSON of Cara, Co. Fermanagh Esq of the one pt & Henry William JACKSON of #3 Lower Fitzwilliam Rd., City of Dublin barrister at law, son of Henry JACKSON…. Transferred part of lands of  Kilclaremore cont 201a 3r  2p statute measure & lands of Kiltynasinagh cont 64 a 31 p & lands of Mullaghaneigh cont 58 acres and part of the town and lands of Selfanmoran (foremerly called Gurteen) cont 64 a all situate in the Barony & Co.Leitrim.

15

1885

35

283

1880-1889

Leitrim & Queens Co. & Monaghan

JACKSON, Henry

Henry JACKSONHenry JACKSON & ors

q

1886

5

198

1886

Antrim

JACKSON, George A.

George A. JACKSON – Eliza WILSON

SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

 

1886

5

295

1880-1889

Monaghan

JACKSON, Sidney

Sidney JACKSON & ors

Between Sydney JACKSON of Castleblayney, Monaghan, Esq & Robert William GRIFFIN of #63 Baggot St., City of Dublin, L.L.D.. Land in Castleblayney… 24 feet in front and backwards towards the commons 350 feet.…Landlords: Gustavus BROOKE of Castleblayney, Esq. Andrew Foulis McMATH of Thornford, Co. Monaghan Esq. & James McKEAN of Laragh, Co. Monaghan ….

 

1886

7

197

1886

Antrim

JACKSON, Christopher

Christopher JACKSON – Mary McLAVERTY

Rev James McC JACKSON– Mary A. McLAVERTY

Image 86

BTW Rev. James McCreight JACKSON of Belturbet Co. Cavan Clerk in Holy Orders Christopher Hudson Ruttledge JACKSON of Great Sankey Vicarage Warrington Co. Lancaster England Esq Charles JACKSON of Ballyhais Co. Cavan Dr. of Medicine and Rev. Edward Sandys JACKSON of Great Sankey Vicarage Warrington Co. Lancaster Clerk in Holy Orders therein called the Grantors of 1st pt. Mary Anne LAVERTY of Belfast Co. Antrim Widow of other pt. 22 Sept 1853 ground on North Side of Shankhill Road in Parish and Barony of Belfast Co. Antrim [description] Rev. James McCreight JACKSON [SEAL] Christopher Hudson Ruttledge JACKSON [SEAL] Charles JACKSON [SEAL] Rev. Edward Sandys JACKSON[SEAL]

NOTE: The Grantors are all brothers, sons of Rev. Dr. Thomas James JACKSON (1815-1881) and Sarah McCREIGHT

 

1886

36

253

1886 Aug 7

Ballypriomore, Antrim

JACKSON, George & Luke

George A. JACKSON – Luke JACKSON

A judgement and ejectment obtained by Luke JACKSON and James Holmes JACKSON, both merchants of Larne, against George Alexander JACKSON of Boghead [?], Islandmagee, Co. Antrim, farmer…. Sum of 920 pounds…. NOTE: These are the JACKSONs of Islandmagee.

 

1886

36

253

1886 Aug 7

Ballypriomore, Antrim

JACKSON, George & Luke

George A. JACKSON – Luke JACKSON

A judgement and ejectment obtained by Luke JACKSON and James Holmes JACKSON, both merchants of Larne, against George Alexander JACKSON of Boghead [?], Islandmagee, Co. Antrim, farmer…. Sum of 920 pounds….

NOTE: These are the JACKSONs of Islandmagee.

SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

 

1886

36

253

1886

Antrim

JACKSON, George A.

George A. JACKSON – Luke JACKSON & ors

Luke JACKSON – George A. JACKSON

 

1886

45

23

1886

Antrim

JACKSON, George A.

George A. JACKSON – Eliza WILSON

SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

 

1886

45

206

1886

Antrim

JACKSON, James H.

James H. JACKSON & Luke JACKSON ors - George A. JACKSON

SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

 

1886

45

207

1886

Antrim

JACKSON, James H.

James H. JACKSON & Luke JACKSON ors - George A. JACKSON

SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

 

1886

45

209

1886 Mar 5

Antrim

JACKSON, George & Luke

George A. JACKSON – Luke JACKSON

Image 513

BTW George Alexander JACKSON of Bog Head [?], Islandmagee, Co. Antrim, farmer of the 1st  part and Luke JACKSON of Islandmagee farmer  and James Holmes JACKSON of Larne, Merchant  of the other part … assign to Luke JACKSON and James Holmes JACKSON… lands of Ballypriormore [Ballyprior More, Parish Islandmagee, Barony Belfast Lower], Parish of Islandmagee cont 24 a Plantation measure… George Alexander as yearly tenant  under Viscount Dungannon… NOTE: These are the JACKSONs of Islandmagee.

15

1886

45

209

1886 Mar 5

Antrim

JACKSON, George & Luke

George A. JACKSON – Luke JACKSON

Image 513

BTW George Alexander JACKSON of Bog Head [?], Islandmagee, Co. Antrim, farmer of the 1st  part and Luke JACKSON of Islandmagee farmer  and James Holmes JACKSON of Larne, Merchant  of the other part … assign to Luke JACKSON and James Holmes JACKSON… lands of Ballypriormore [Ballyprior More, Parish Islandmagee, Barony Belfast Lower], Parish of Islandmagee cont 24 a Plantation measure… George Alexander as yearly tenant  under Viscount Dungannon… NOTE: These are the JACKSONs of Islandmagee.

SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

 

1886

45

266

1886

Antrim

JACKSON, James H.

James H. JACKSON & Luke JACKSON ors - George A. JACKSON

SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

 

1886

47

284

1886

Antrim

JACKSON, George.

George JACKSON & ors – Belfast Water Commission

SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

 

1887

5

157

1887 Jan 15

Antrim

JACKSON, John

John JACKSON – Benjamin BROWNLEE

Image 66

BTW Hugh McNeile McCORMICK of Belfast Co. Antrim Clerk of the Crown for Co. Antrim John JACKSON of City of Londonderry Gent of 1st pt.; Mary Anne O’HARA of Ballycraigy Co. Antrim widow of 2nd pt.; Henry O’HARA of Ballyleeson farmer of 3rd pt.; Benjamin BROWNLEES of Ballylurgan Co. Antrim farmer of 4th pt … lands at Farlaugh [Farlough, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper], Parish Drummaul, Manor of Bawry of Upper Toome Co. Antrim …

 

1887

8

257

1887 Feb 22

Carsonstown

Ballyagherty, Co Down

JACKSON

John JACKSON – John FRAME

John JACKSON of Carsonstown demised lands in Carsonstown, Parish of Saintfield to John FRAME  cont 9 acres 2r  17p

15

1887

12

258

1885-1887

Carsonstown

 

John JACKSON – Samuel ANDERSON

 

1887

13

80

1887 Mar 17

Antrim

JACKSON, Agnes

Agnes JACKSON & Mary JACKSON – Joshua JACKSON

Image 307

BTW Agnes JACKSON of Templepatrick [in village Templepatrick, Templepatrick, Parish Templepatrick, Barony Belfast Upper]Co. Antrim widow of 1st pt; Mary Ellen JACKSON of Templepatrick spinster of 2nd pt; Andrew PEDEN of Rickamore and Joshua JACKSON of Templepatrick Co. Antrim farmers of 3rd pt; and the said Joshua JACKSON of 4th pt. reciting that Agnes JACKSON under direction of Joshua JACKSON beneficial owner conveyed to Andrew PEDEN and Joshua JACKSON representatives of Joshua JACKSON deceased land in Templepatrick, parish Templepatrick Barony Upper Belfast formerly in possession of Joshua JACKSON deceased and lately in possession of Agnes JACKSON and Joshua JACKSON year to year containing 20a 10p … Mary Ellen JACKSON released to said Joshua JACKSON … £40 in will of Joshua JACKSON … WITNESS: Robert CHRISTIE solicitor & Archer CHRISTIE apprentice both of Ballymena Co. Antrim. Agnes JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: The Will of Joshua Jackson late of Templepatrick County Antrim Farmer who died 17 January 1882 at same place was proved at Belfast by Andrew Pelon of Rickamore in said County Petty Session Clerk and Joshua Jackson of Templepatrick Farmer the Executors. Effects: £281. Son Joshua, wife Agnes, daughter Mary Ellen, son William, son Henry.

Death Cert: 1882 Jan 17 Joshua JACKSON [1800-1882] married age 82 farmer son Joshua JACKSON present Templepatrick Co Antrim.

OTHER possible links: .

Marriage Cert: 1885 Feb 25 John JACKSON farmer Templepatrick son Joshua JACKSON marriage Jane CRAIG Templepatrick dau James CRAIG Co Antrim

Birth Cert: 1889 Aug 20 Matilda JACKSON dau of Joshua JACKSON Templepatrick farmer & Jane CRAIG Matilda Craig nurse present Kilmakee Co Antrim.

1901 Census: Joshua JACKSON age 46, wife Jane age 34, son David age 13 and Matilda age 11 are residing at Longford St.

1911 Census: Joshua JACKSON age 51, Labourer, wife Jane age 52, Matilda age 20 are residing at Longford St.

 

1887

13

81

1887 Mar 18

Antrim

JACKSON, Joshua

Joshua JACKSON – Arthur ROSS

Image 308

BTW Joshua JACKSON of Templepatrick Co. Antrim farmer of 1st pt James CRAIG of Kilmakee [Kilmakee, Parish Templepatrick, Barony Belfast Upper] Co. Antrim of 2nd pt & Arthur ROSS of Ballymena Co. Antrim Doctor of Medicine and Surgeon of 3rd pt. In consideration of £160 land conveyed to Arthur ROSS land lately in possession of Agnes JACKSON & said Joshua JACKSON 20a 10p residue of unexpired term of 15 years commencing 1883 and also land in Kilmakee Parish Templepatrick Barony Upper Belfast Co. Antrim 42a 2r then in occupation of James CRAIG as tenant … Joshua JACKSON [SEAL]

SEE: ROD 224-600-148698 December 1, 1763. William M’CULLOCH deceased did for consideration release with consent of Hercules Langford ROWLEY and Arthur UPTON grant to Nehemiah DONNELLAN town and lands of Kilmakee and village Templepatrick.

 

1887

21

12

1887 Apr 2

Antrim

JACKSON, John

John JACKSON – Henry ADAMS & ors.

Image 452

BTW Hugh McNeill McCORMICK of Belfast Co. Antrim Clerk of the Crown For Antrim & John JACKSON of [Waterloo?] Place City of Londonderry of 1st pt  James [OWENS?] of Holestone [Holestone, Parish Kilbride, Barony Antrim Upper] Co. Antrim, Esq.  of 2nd pt.; Henry Ellis ADAMS a Captain in Her Majesty’s Royal Irish Fusiliers Regiment & Mathew Bruce Johnson SMITH of Lisbon Co. Antrim of 3rd pt; reciting indenture 18 Jul 1877 btw James OWENS & Hugh McNeil McCORMICK and John JACKSON of the other pt…. mtg … part of townland Ballyvoy [Ballyvoy, Parish Culfeightrin, Barony Cary, ] … several lands [not mentioned]  all situate in Parish Kilbride [NOTE: Parish Kilbride, Barony Antrim Upper – includes townland of Loonburn] …

 

1887

45

279

1885-1887

Ballyhackamore

 

William J. DUNLOP – James F. JACKSON

 

1887

47

178

1885-1887

Barnmaghery. Co. Down

 

Robert MARTIN – Elizabeth JACKSON

I suspect she is related to Anne JACKSON late of Barnemaghery County Down who died 9 December 1888 at same place were granted at Belfast to Gardiner JACKSON of Barnemaghery Farmer the Husband. SEE: JACKSON Probates in Co. Down.

 

1888

8

4

1888 Feb 21

Raffery, Co. Down

JACKSON

William JACKSON jr. – Robert KELLY

Btw William John JACKSON of Raffery Co. Down, Farmer… 24a

15

1888

11

80

1888 Mar 8

Antrim

JACKSON, Rev. John J.

Rev. John J. JACKSON – Daniel BLACK

Image 167

BTW Rev John JACKSON of Ballycastle [there are 9 townlands in ED Ballycastle, in Parish Ramoan, Barony of Cary] Presbyterian Minister & George HAUGHEY of Bushfoot, Larne both in Co. Antrim of 1st pt.; Sarah BLACK of Novally [Novally, Parish Ramoan, Barony Cary] Co. Antrim Widow of 2nd pt.; Daniel BLACK of Novally Farmer of 3rd pt. £180 paid to John JACKSON & George HAUGHEY … land in Novally 61a 73p … John JACKSON [SEAL] George HAUGHEY [SEAL] Sarah BLACK [SEAL]

SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim. Rev John JACKSON (1853-1929) son of Luke JACKSON (1814-1891) of Castlegore and Anne EGGLESON (1831-1906)

 

1888

16

253

1888 Feb 10

Antrim

JACKSON, John

John JACKSON - James McILVENNY

Image 242

BTW Ballymena Land Building and Investment Co. Ltd., of 1st pt.; John JACKSON of Carnecome [Carncome, Parish Connor, Barony Antrim Lower] Co. Antrim farmer of 2nd pt.; James McILVENNY of Carncome farmer of 3rd pt. Mtg 13 Oct 1886 BTW James McILVENNY & John JACKSON for £55 … 23a 16p Carncome Parish Connor, Barony Lower Antrim … debt discharged.

 

1888

17

101

1885-1887

Ballymacarrett

 

Belfast Provincial Bank – Jane JACKSON

 

1888

26

247

1888 May 18

Sligo

JACKSON

Arthur JACKSON – Sligo Union

Image 526

BTW William POLLEXFEN, George Thomas POLLEXFEN & Arthur JACKSON of Sligo, Co. Sligo Merchants trading as W & G & T Pollexfen & Co. of 1st pt; The Governor & Co. of Bank of Ireland of 2nd pt. The Guardians of the Port of the Sligo Union of 3rd pt. Reciting mtg on lands of Kilboglashy [Kilboglashy, Parish Ballysadare,  Barorny Leyny] 2r statute measure together with rights of ways in Parish Ballisodare [Ballysadare] Barony Leyny Co. Sligo. … Geo T. POLLEXEN [SEAL] & Arthur JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: The wife of Arthur JACKSON (abt 1856-1938) was Alice Jane POLLEXFEN (abt 1858-1928). He was from Co. Down. His brother was William John JACKSON (abt 1850-1941) of Ingledene Cultra county Down, linen merchant .

 

1888

40

66

1888

Antrim

JACKSON, Rev. John J.

Rev. John J. JACKSON – Mary A. McPEAK

SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim. Rev John JACKSON (1853-1929) son of Luke JACKSON (1814-1891) of Castlegore and Anne EGGLESON (1831-1906)

 

1888

49

38

1888 Oct 24

Antrim

JACKSON, Caroline & Samuel

Caroline JACKSON & Samuel JACKSON – John DICKEY

Image 440

BTW Caroline JACKSON wife of Samuel JACKSON Of Belfast Co. Antrim fireman and the said Samuel JACKSON of 1st pt. Alice BEGGS of 139 Silver St. Belfast, Co. Antrim spinster of 2nd pt.; Fanny Anne BEGGS of 139 Silver St Belfast spinster of 3rd pt.; John DICKEY of Dickey’s Ballyclare [probably Ballyclare , Parish Grange of Doagh, Barony Antrim Upper ] Co. Antrim farmer of 4th pt. … released to DICKEY part of land of Carnlea 89a 2r 33p equal to 145 a 2r 33p Plantation measure part of Carnlea [Carnlea, Parish Rashee, Barony Antrim Upper], 41a 1r 12 p in Parish Rashee, Barony Upper Antrim, Co. Antrim

 

1888

49

188

1880-1889

Kildare

JACKSON, Susan

Hon Susan F. JACKSON –William COLLES

A long deed with many parties including The Rev Alexander Cosby JACKSON Co.? (Middlesex?) & his wife the Hon Susan JACKSON of the 13th pt. NOTE: This would be Susan Francis JACKSON wife of Rev. Alexander Cosby JACKSON. Their daughter Augusta Frances converted to Catholicism.

 

1888

52

54

1885-1887

Ballymacarrett

JACKSON

Agnes HENDERSON – James JACKSON

 

1888

56

214

1885-1887

Ballyregan, Co. Down

 

Hill MAGEE – Thomas S. OLIVER

 

1888

58

18

 

Armagh

HAYES

James HAYES-Wm WEATHERHEAD

 

1889

3

113

1885-1887

Ballymachan

JACKSON

Sir Thomas McCLURE – Thomas JACKSON

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JACKSON

Eleanor JACKSON – Ulster Bank Ltd.

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BTW Eleanor JACKSON of Tiratick House [Tiratick, Parish Killerry, Barony of Tirerrill]] Ballintogher Co. Sligo, widow of 1 pt & Jane JACKSON spinster and James William JACKSON Esq. both of Tiratick House & Henry Nesbet SHAW of Clooneen Ballymote [ED. Ballymote, Parish Emlaghfad, Barony Corran] Co. Sligo farmer and Emily SHAW otherwise JACKSON his wife of 2nd pt; The Ulster Bank Ltd … reciting 12 Dec 1843 lands of Clooncully [possibly Cloonacurra , Parish Ballysadare] with its several subdivision in Barony Terrerill [Tirerrill] Co. Sligo

NOTE: Eleanor JACKSON née ACHESON (1811-1896), widow of James JACKSON (1789-1877) and mother of James William JACKSON (1843-1905) & Emily Margaret JACKSON (1855-1937), wife of Henry Nesbitt SHAW.

NOTE: There are four townlands in Co. Sligo named Clooneen:

·  Clooneen (An Cluainín) , Emlaghfad Civil Parish, Barony of Corran, Co. Sligo 107 A, 2 R, 8 P

·  Clooneen (An Cluainín) , Drumcliff Civil Parish, Barony of Carbury, Co. Sligo 248 A, 0 R, 6 P

·  Clooneen (An Cluainín) , Kilmacshalgan Civil Parish, Barony of Tireragh, Co. Sligo 300 A, 1 R, 36 P

·  Clooneen (An Cluainín) , Kilmorgan Civil Parish, Barony of Corran, Co. Sligo 239 A, 2 R, 27 P

 

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