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These notes are the result of dozens of visits to Dublin’s Deeds Registry, and more recently thanks to the scans available at Family Search. Thanks also to the work by the volunteers who post on Nick Reddan’s Deeds Project . If you notice mistakes, I really do appreciate being informed. I can be quite blind to my own errors, and do appreciate being able to make corrections.
Sharon Oddie Brown Updated March 13, 2022

Later Memorials of Deeds

The items included in this table as well as the shading added to certain cells is idiosyncratic. I did the shading just to jog my own memory. This is a very idiosyncratic list, reflecting my own research needs. In some instances, my notes are not as reliable as the transcriptions done byNick Reddan and his team of volunteers. Some of my hunches on who is who may be amended and/or corrected as I learn more.

 

 

Alerts to myself to follow-up

2022 Additions and edits

 

 

Year

File

Mem

Date

Townlands

Key Name

Transcription & Notes

x

 

 

 

1833-1839

Killen, Co. Louth

COULTER

COULTER, Thomas-DONALDSON, Alexander  

x

1825

25

173

1855 Sep 25

Newry

BROWN

Samuel BROWN, slater of Chapel St Newry.. land on Chapel St.

 

1829

8

178

1838 Feb 24

 

COULTER

OWENS-COULTER Marriage Articles  Ballynahone

NAMES: Edward OWENS; Sarah COULTER; Samuel COULTER; Rev. Daniel Gunn BROWNE; Simon OWENS sr.; Simon OWENS jr; Robert DICKIE; J. PURCELL. PLACES: Castlebellingham, Co. Louth; Dowdallshill, Co. Louth; Glenburn, Co. Armagh; Julianstown, Co. Meath; Killen, Co. Louth.

d

1831

1

71

 

 

 

RUTHERFORD-TENNISON  

x

1831

1

72

 

 

 

RUTHERFORD-TENNISON  

x

1833

1

43

1832 Dec 9

Kings

Cork

POOLE

Image 30

Anne NESBITT née WOOD, widow Aghamore, Longford, was due £600 under will of Henry NESBITT, of Aghamore, Longford, Esq. deceased. as part of £2,000 charged under will of Attiwell WOOD, deceased, father of Anne WOOD on lands of Pruntus, Ballyhay, & Coolenafnora & in Co. Cork baronies of Fermoy and Orrery & Kilmore, and post marriage of Anne POOLE née NESBITT of Cushenry Lodge, Kings Co. to her husband William POOLE Esq. of Cushenry Lodge, , Anne NESBITT née WOOD, assigned to William POOLE £300 as charged thereon and a further sum of £200 subject to William POOLE assigning to Anne NESBITT née WOOD,  £11:1:6 lifetime annuity charged on land in Cossiny [Cushina, Parish of Ballykean, in the Barony of Upper Philipstown] & Pullavoagh, Barony of Coolestown barony) & Monevane [Moanvane, Parish of Ballykean, in the Barony of Upper Philipstown] Barony of Philipstown, both in Kings Co.

 

1833

1

251

1833 Jan 21

Three Store Alley, City of Dublin

JACKSON

JACKSON, Joseph-MURPHY

Between Joseph JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent & only son & heir of Henry JACKSON, late of Patrick St., in City of Dublin, Victualler. Thomas MURPHY had loaned money to JACKSON and subsequently for 200 pounds had transferred dwelling house in possession of John FORTESCUE situate in Three Stone Alley, Dublin,  on West Side of William St. and adjoining Castle Market 35 ft by 11 ft containing stables and offices, house formerly a Coach house… stables next adjoining formerly in possession of Patrick WELDON which opens into Drury Lane formerly called Little Butter Lane and also all that piece and parcel of land fronting the lane called Chancery Lane 44 feet by 53 feet.

1

1833

2

77

1833 Jan 26

Dame Street, City of Dublin, St. Andrews Parish

JACKSON

JACKSON, Robert-ALLOTT, Ann

Robert JACKSON of Upper Sackville St., Dublin Merchant Tailor … annuity… Robert JACKSON of 4th part…house #20 on south side of Dame St now in possession of Benjamin BINNS [near Dame Lane] WITNESS William JACKSON son of Robert JACKSON, attorney at law.

1

1833

2

163

1833 Jan 31

Corrickavilta, Co. Monaghan B Cremorne

JACKSON

JACKSON, Hugh-MURDOCK

Between Hugh JACKSON of Derrygooney. Co. Monaghan, Esq. & Robert MURDOCK of Eccles St., Dublin reciting indenture Aug 6, 1791 Hugh CROFT, then of the City of Dublin did demise to John JACKSON, then of Crieve, Co. Monaghan, all the towns and lands of Carrickavilla for lives of John JACKSON, Eleanor JACKSON & Mary JACKSON … lots more detail and other leases referenced. Hugh JACKSON demised to John JACKSON for lives of Hugh JACKSON, John JACKSON & Samuel CUNNINGHAM lands of Carrickavilla … John JACKSON died March 1824 and in his will left to his eldest son Hugh JACKSON said indenture which Hugh JACKSON then for the consideration of 1,600 sterling set to Robert MURDOCK lands of Carrickavilla, Barony of Cremorne, Co. Monaghan for lives of Hugh JACKSON and Eleanor JACKSON the two surviving lives.. Parish of Aghnamullen.

SEE: Lisnaboe JACKSONs.

1

1833

3

114

1831 Dec 7

Dublin City &

Ballytonny, Co. Wicklow B. Arklow

JACKSON

 

DARLINGTON-DARLINGTON

Between Robert DARLINGTON the elder of the City of Dublin, Gent of 1st part & John JACKSON of Dublin City, Gent of 2nd part & Robert DARLINGTON the younger of Balletonny, Co. Wicklow, Gent of 3rd part. John JACKSON had demised to DARLINGTON sr. Lands of Ballytonny and Ballynegaddy formerly called Honeycomb. WITNESS: Thomas BAYLY, City of Dublin, clerk to Edward MOONEY, attorney. Frederick JACKSON of Rathmines Road, Co. Dublin.

 

1833

3

267

1832 Nov 19

Athlunkard Bridge Limerick

JACKSON

JACKSON, Thomas-PAIN, Henry Earl of Limerick-PAINE & Thomas JACKSON of Fanningstown, Co. Limerick, Esq.

 

1833

4

163

1762 Sept 8

Cordevlish, Monaghan B Cremorne

JACKSON

JACKSON-PERRIN  

Reciting lease of 8 Sept 1762 Alexander WADDELL Esq. Whole tate of Cordevlish 92A, Co. Monaghan

x

1833

7

269

1833 Apr 30

Monk Street, Belfast, Parish of Belfast

JACKSON

JACKSON, James-JACKSON, John

James Kennedy JACKSON of Belfast solicitor of 1st part; Robert STERLING merchant of Belfast of 2nd pt John JACKSON merchant of Belfast of 3rd pt… land on west side of York St. for lives of John William & Joseph MAGEE, sons of the lessee John MAGEE cooper….

16d

1833

7

290

1833 Apr 30

Co. Clare & Dublin & City of Limerick

JACKSON

JACKSON, John-PURDON, William

Indenture btw George LITTLE of City of Dublin Esq. of 1st pt; John JACKSON of Rathmines Rd Dublin, Gent, of 2nd pt; Rev William John PURDON of Dublin of 3rd pt;… annuity to John JACKSON 1827 pounds released……. Charged on Castle town lands in marriage settlement 8 Sep 1824 Castle town lands of Corbally Ballyhickey Clonagown Gurteenaneelig  & Reis Kreagh in Co. Clare the house known by the name of the sign of the Bear & premises in the City of Limerick John Street in St. John Parish & lands of Claremount in the Barony of Coolock Co. Dublin… more lands in Limerick & Co. Clare…part of parcel of Hollybrook in parish and manor of Clontarf Co Dublin known as Strandville and town and lands of Richenhead in parish of Cloghran Barony Coolock Co Dublin & Town and Lands of Rathbane Dromroe Rathure the twoArdnevdodoges and Rathmitchele in the south liberties of the City of Limerick.

16d

1833

11

15

 

 

 

MILLS-PEEBLES  

X

1833

11

80

 

 

McCULLAGH

BOWES-MARTIN (McCULLAGH included)  Marriage agreement btw Jane McCULLAGH daughter of Robert McCULLAGH & James BOWES jr.

NAMES: James BOWES Jr. & James BOWES Sr. & John BOWES of Newbliss. Robert McCULLAGH & Jane McCULLAGH of Kilnamuddy; John McCARTER of Drumgriston; Robert MARTIN of Newbliss; Rev. Andrew JOHNSTON of Newbliss; James WRIGHT & John WRIGHT of Clinto; Mary BARTLEY otherwise BOWES & James BARTLEY of Ballybay

X

1833

11

138

1832 Nov 30

Tullamore, Kings Co.

JACKSON

JACKSON, James & Mary-LLOYD, William

Image 441

James JACKSON of Tullamore [Tullamore, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan], Kings Co. Merchant of 1 pt; Mary JACKSON of Tullamore widow of 2nd pt; William LLOYD of Moate Co. Westmeath Merchant of 3rd pt.; Rev. John O’LAUGHLIN of Tubber. Kings Co. 4th pt & Catherine LLOYD eldest daughter of William LLOYD of 5th pt. Marriage settlement btw James JACKSON & Margaret LLOYD … £800 … Mary’ interest in Dwelling House where James JACKSON now resides on William Street, Tullamore ….  Dwelling house in Barack Street, Tullamore … WITNESS: John MOLLOY

 

1833

12

53

 

Cormeen/Carnaveagh, Aughnamullen Carricknaveagh Cremone

BREAKEY

Nixon, James-BREAKEY, James

-Killen, Robt BREAKEY, James

BREAKEY, James-Killen, Robt

BREAKEY, Wm-Killen, Robt

 

1833

12

54

 

 

BREAKEY

BREAKEY-KILLOW  

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

William BREAKEY, Carnaveagh, eldest son of James.

X

1833

13

10

1833-1839

 

Brickfield, Newry

COULTER

COULTER, Richard, & - WHITEHEAD, Richard

 

1833

13

48

1833 Jul17

Lime Kiln, Youghall

JACKSON

JACKSON, Samuel-PARKER, John

Between Samuel Pim JACKSON late of City of Waterford but “who is now of Siston Cottage near the City of Bristol in Glocestershire, Esq.” Of 1st part & John Robert PARKER ... JACKSON demised Lime Kiln & lands now known as Green Park (held under corporation of Youghall).

SEE: Quaker JACKSONs in Ireland.

 

1833

13

58

1833 Jul 17

Bog, Youghall

JACKSON

 

JACKSON, Samuel-PARKER, John

Samuel Pim JACKSON As in Deed 1833-13-48 but referencing lands or farm called Town Bog near Clay Castle within Liberties of the Town of Youghall 180A bounded on North by Gortnesaggart & Ballyclemesy on the south by Strand or beach on the east with the Deasert and Clay Castle ...

SEE: Quaker JACKSONs in Ireland.

 

1833

14

162

 

 

BIRCH

BIRCH-BIRCH  

x

1833

15

190

1833 Sept 24

Ballyrea, Armagh

KIDD

 

KIDD, William-MACARTNEY 1833-1839

Between William Lodge KIDD of Armagh, Co. Armagh & Rev. James McCARTNEY of St. Field, Co. Down reciting deed 2 Dec 1809 of one half of lands of Ballyrea from Wm MAXWELL Esq to Andrew McCARTNEY.

 

1833

19

200

1833 Nov 11

Tyrone

BROWNE

Btw James BROWNE of Carteel, John BROWN & George BROWN both of Terlugan, Co Tyrone farmers and the only surviving sons of John BROWNE decd. & Margaret BROWNE, widow & Margaret BROWNE & Sarah BROWNE spinster daughters of John & Margaret BROWNE…. Wm STINSON & Mary Anne STINSON ose BROWNE his wife …… 46 acres Terlugow

 

1833

20

27

 

Leeson St. City of Dublin

JACKSON

JACKSON, Joseph D.-CARROLL, John

 

1833

20

224

 

Cloneroy, Co. Cork, B. Upper Loughtee

JACKSON

JACKSON, John-MOORE

 

1833

21

118

 

 

BARTLEY

BARTLEY-RAWSON  

x

1834

1

149

 

Kevins Port, City of Dublin, Parish St. Peters

JACKSON

JACKSON, Allen, Eliza-CHARLES, Thomas

 

1834

1

177

1834 Jan 13

Lisdown, Co. Down, B. Castlereagh

JACKSON

JACKSON, Agnes M- JACKSON, William

 Btw Samuel CONNOLLY of Raverra, co. Down farmer and Agnes Mina CONNOLLY orse JACKSON his wife of the 1 pt & William JACKSON of Lisdoonan, Co Down , farmer of the other part. … description of land that CONNOLLY made over to William JACKSON of  Lisdoonan – land already in his possession.

15

1834

1

204

 

Upper Lane Griloughs, Co. Cork, B. Dunallow

JACKSON

JACKSON, Warren H.R.- O’KEEFE, Elizabeth

 

1834

3

81

 

Corry, Co. Mayo, B. Tyrawly

JACKSON

JACKSON, Oliver, George, Sydney-JONES, Thomas

 

1834

3

110

 

Corry, Co. Mayo, B. Tyrawly

JACKSON

JACKSON, George-JACKSON, Oliver

 

1834

3

133

 

Drumaluan, Co. Mayo & Galway

JACKSON

JACKSON, George-JACKSON, George

 

1834

3

198

1834 Feb 8

Knockagoney, Co. Down, B. Castlereagh

JACKSON

JACKSON, Jane-STEWART, Robert

BTW Jane JACKSON of Knocknagoney, Co. Down, spinster of the 1 pt & Robert STEWART of Lisburn, Co. Antrim Merchant of the other…. Made over lands in the townland of Knocknagoney, Parish of Holywood, Co. Down formerly in the possession of Thomas MARTIN…

15

1834

4

74

1833-1839

£600

BRADFORD

BRADFORD, Mary-BRADFORD, Thomas

PARKER & BRADFORD – Marr. Arts

x

1834

4

85

1834 Feb 6

Dublin Dungantown, Co. Wicklow, B. Arklow

JACKSON

 

JACKSON, Humphrey-SWAN, Benjamin 

Between Humphrey Thompson JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent & Rev. Edward HAMILTON of Philipstown [Barony Lower Philipstown or Upper Philipstown], Kings County, Clerk .

SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down.

x

1834

4

236

1834 Feb 13

Tipperary Tencurry, Co. Tipperary B. Iffa & Offa

JACKSON

JACKSON, Thomas-WALPOLE, William

Between Thomas JACKSON, Millgrove, Co. Tipperary of 1st part & William WALPOLE, Mary WALPOLE & Sarah WALPOLE of Tencurry, Co. Tipperary ... lands of Tencurry late in possession of Abraham JACKSON dec’d together with 6A of wood & 2 A called the Burned Grove as also full free and uninterrupted right of commonage on the mountains of Tencurry in as full large and ample manner as the same were formerly held by Abraham JACKSON ... Parish of White Church & [Tibred?] Barony of Iffa and Offa West & Co, Tipperary.

SEE: Quaker JACKSONs in Ireland.

 

1834

4

285

 

 

BREAKEY

HARWOOD & BREAKEY Marriage Articles 

BREAKEY, Mary-Furlong, Michael – bond

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

1/3/1834. Marriage settlement. Robert Harwood junior, Dublin to Mary BREAKEY, widow, Dublin.

 

1834

5

66

 

North Main St, Youghal, Parish St. Mary

JACKSON

JACKSON, Benjamin – GREEN, sr.

Demising lands in Youghall.

 

1834

5

225

1832 Mar 16

Drumcondra, Co. Dublin, B. Coolock

J ACKSON

JACKSON, Henry – SMITH, John

Indenture btw Henry Vincent JACKSON of Mecklenburgh Street City of Dublin Esq Trustee Exor and Admon for will of Elizabeth SULLIVAN late of Prospect Villas Drumcondra, Dublin… widow of James SULLIVAN  sum of 700 pounds paid to him by Rev John SMITH… premises of James SULLIVAN  in Parish of St. George Barony Coolock, Dublin …she bequeathed her estates to Henry Vincent JACKSON

SEE: Descendants of Peter JACKSON & Joanna

16d

1834

5

226

1832 Mar 15

Drumcondra, Co. Dublin, B. Coolock

JACKSON

Related to above.

16d

1834

8

202

1833 Nov 18

Co. Carlow Coolinana, Co. Carlow, B. Rathvilly

JACKSON

 

JACKSON, Henry – JACKSON, Henry jr .  

Lease between Henry JACKSON of Hackettstown, Co. Carlow, eldest son and heir at law of Thomas JACKSON late of Coolmana, Co. Carlow of 1st part & Henry JACKSON sr. Of Coolmanna eldest son & heir at law of Samuel JACKSON late of Coolmanna reciting that premises subject to debts of £850 ... part of lands of Coolmanna sometime known and called by the name of Marshesquarter ... 16A ... as formerly demised by Joseph JACKSON in lease of 27 May 1788 ... formerly demised by Esther JACKSON to Thomas JACKSON by lease 9 Oct 1788 ... meared and bounded by River Doreen on the north by late Samuel JACKSON ...

PRONI T808/8261

1834-8-202 Memorial registered 3 May 1834 of Deed of 18 Nov 1833 Henry JACKSON jr. of Hacketstown, Co. Carlow eldest son & heir at law of Thomas JACKSON of Coolmana, Co. Carlow to Henry JACKSON senior of Coolmana, eldest son & heir at law of Samuel JACKSON late of Coolmana, Co. Carlow as to the following portions of Coolmana alias Nashes or in Rathvilly Barony, Co. Carlow. 16 ½ leases 27 May 1788 by Joseph JACKSON. Loheska 38 acres leased 1788 by Estyer [Esther?] JACKSON to Thomas JACKSON bounded by River Dereen & Samuel & Joseph JACKSON. Healy & Neals 16 acres Moores 16 acres Murphys 4 ½ acres lease of 9 April 1825 WITNESSES Joshua NUN of Dublin City Gent & his son Henry NUN. Memorial signed by both Henry JACKSONs.

SEE: JACKSONs of Nashe's Quarter aka Coolmana

x

1834

8

203

 

Co. Carlow Coolmana,

B. Rathvilly

JACKSON

JACKSON, Henry-JACKSON  1834 May 1 NOBLETT-JACKSON NAMES: Estyer [Esther?] JACKSON; Joseph BRIEN; Thomas NOBLETT; Henry JACKSON; Andrew STEWART; Francis JONES; Samuel JACKSON; George BARKER aka George PARKER; Joseph BARKER aka Joseph PARKER; Joseph JACKSON; William MOORE; Widow MURPHY; Rachel JACKSON; Samuel SHARP; Thomas ALCOCK; Valentine KINSHALLA (this name may be a misreading of the text); Widow BYRNE; Abraham PARKER sr.; Abraham PARKER jr.; Joseph PARKER; Lorenzo John WALTERS; Michael HICKEY; Oliver MOORE. PLACES: Hacketstown; Coolmana; Nashe’s Quarters; Long Meadow; Soliska aka Loliska aka Starlusk aka Stralusky, Parish of Haroldstown; River Dereen; Charles’s Park.

SEE: JACKSONs of Nashe's Quarter aka Coolmana

d

1834

8

204

 

Coolmana, Co. Carlow, B. Rathvilly

JACKSON

JACKSON, Henry – NOBLETT, Thomas

JACKSON, Henry-JACKSON   

PRONI T808/8261

1834-8-204 Memorial registered 3 May 1834 of mortgage of 2 May 1834 by Henry JACKSON of Coolmana, Co. Carlow, farmer to Thomas NOBLET of Hacketstown, Co. Carlow mt above premises in Coolmana very long.

1834 May 2 JACKSON-NOBLETT NAMES: Estyer [Esther?] JACKSON; Joseph BRIEN; Thomas NOBLETT; Henry JACKSON; Andrew STEWART; Francis JONES; Samuel JACKSON; George BARKER aka George PARKER; Joseph BARKER aka Joseph PARKER; Joseph JACKSON; William MOORE; Widow MURPHY; Rachel JACKSON; Widow BYRNE; Abraham PARKER sr.; Abraham PARKER jr.; Joseph PARKER; Lorenzo John WALTERS; Michael HICKEY; Oliver MOORE. PLACES: Hacketstown; Coolmana; Nashe’s Quarters; Long Meadow; Soliska aka Loliska aka Starlusk aka Stralusky, Parish of Haroldstown; River Dereen; Charles’s Park.

SEE: JACKSONs of Nashe's Quarter aka Coolmana

D

1834

9

18

1834 May 8

North Strand, City of Dublin, B. Rathvilly

JACKSON

JACKSON, Richard – HILL, Thomas

Richard JACKSON late of the City of Dublin but now of Ballafreer, Isle of Man of 1 pt demised to Thomas HILL dwelling house on North Strand

 

1834

9

49

1833-1839

Dundalk

COULTER

 

COULTER, Robert – declining trust.  

x

1834

9

217

 

Latabeg, City of Cork, B. Rathvilly

JACKSON

JACKSON, Mary – CUMMINS, Nicholas

 

1834

10

40

 

Penaky, Co. Dublin, B. Rathdrum

JACKSON

JACKSON, Joseph – SWEENY

 

1834

11

227

 

 

BIRCH

BIRCH-McDONNELL  

x

1834

11

228

1833-1839

Union St. Belfast

GILLMER

 

GILLMER, Eleazer B-PLUNKETT, G  

x

1834

12

9

1834 Jun 3

River Bann, Co. Down, B. Ratdrum

JACKSON

JACKSON, Alexander & wife – LAW, Hugh

JACKSON, Elizabeth & husband – LAW, Hugh

Image 372

BTW Alexander JACKSON of Gardiners Place City of Dublin Esq. Dr. of Medicine & Elizabeth JACKSON orwise LAW his wife of 1 pt. Hugh LAW of Woodbank Co. Down Esq. of other pt. Reciting whereby Hugh LAW owned the Water Corn Mill of Gilford Tullyglish Co. Down … reciting lease from Edward WORKFIELD Esq. to George LAW deceased dated 1 Dec 1796 of parts of lands of Dromarin, Parish Dromarin, Co. Down… Alexander JACKSON demised to Hugh LAW … should abate or throw down any part of the New Cricket Weir in said deed … entitled to said Mill of Gilford to resort to resume and open the Old water Course by which the water of the River Bann formerly flowed from the back of the ancient Weir in said deed to the Mill of Gilford … and purposes the same was heretofore used and enjoyed by the said George LAW before the Bleach Mill of Tullylish in said deed … WITNESS: Armstrong FITZGERALD of North Anne Street City of Dublin Gent & Michael HOEY servant to said Alexander JACKSON

 

1834

12

297

1834 Jul 12

JACKSON Moor, Co. Down, B. Castlereagh

JACKSON

JACKSON, Humphrey & - McDONNELL, James

 Btw Humphry Thompson JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. of the 1 pt & James McDONNNELL of Cashendall, Co. Antrim of the other…. Loan secured by lands of “JACKSON Moor”, Dundonald,

SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down.

15

1834

13

213

 

Wicklow

Dublin

PUREFOY, Brinsley

Anne CUMING & ors estates

Image 124

Brinsley PUREFOY entitled to interest from William Hoare HUME – result of Chancery case. Lands of Benjamin DISRAEL in Co. Carlow & Co. Louth for £2,000. Brinsley PUREFOY [SEAL]

 

1834

14

146

1834 Feb 3

Ballybay, Co. Monaghan,

JACKSON

JACKSON, John – BOYD, Alexander

John JACKSON of Cremorne, Co. Monaghan & Arthur GARDINER of Rutland St. City of Dublin Esq  Assignees of the estates  & effects of Patrick McCLELLAND a bankrupt…

SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath

15

1834

14

261

1834 Aug 16

Charlemount, Co. Armagh,.

JACKSON

JACKSON, John sr – REID, James

Image 333

BTW John JACKSON Sr. of Charlemont St. Co. Armagh Gent of 1st pt & James REID of Blackwatertown Co. Armagh Esq of other pt. .. townlands in map in town of Charlemont Nos 1.3.5 & 7 and also piece of meadow Ground containing 1a2r … & No 6 & 8 & Charlemont Bog containing 3a3r12p No 47 … & several tenements in Borough & Town of Charlemont in Parish Loughgall Co. Armagh … and premises in the power Custody or power of said William JACKSONJohn JACKSON [SEAL]

 

1834

14

265

 1834 Aug 6

Anglesea St, City of Dublin,

JACKSON

JACKSON, James-REID, William

Image 336

BTW James JACKSON of Brousley, Shropshire England Esq of 1 pt & William REID of [?] & Anglesea St, City of Dublin Book Binder of other pt. Reciting mtg 31 July 1834 btw Samuel SOLMON then late of Anglesea St Dublin, Stationer of 1 pt & James JACKSON of the other pt, said Samuel SOLMON for consideration of £1,000 granted to James JACKSON Dwelling House on West Side of Anglesea St formerly in possession of William SOLMON and then in possession of Samuel SOLMON containing in front 19’ 6”, depth front to rere 44’ …

 

1834

15

285

1834 Sep 12

Eadestown, Co. Wicklow,

JACKSON

JACKSON, Anne – PAGE, William

Btw Anne JACKSON orse RIGGS the wife of William JACKSON both of Baltinglass in Co. Wicklow of the 1 pt… rent out of lands in Eadestown, Co. Wicklow to William PAGE…

JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass.

15

1834

16

67

1828 Sep25

Grafton St. City of Dublin, B. Castlereagh

JACKSON

JACKSON, Richard – HOWARD, Thomas

Marriage settlement between Richard JACKSON then residing in Moore Place, Town of Douglas, Isle of Man & Mrs. Gertrude STROKER, then late of Dorset St. in City of Dublin., widow & Rev Thomas HOWARD, Vicar of Parish of Kirk Braddon, Isle of Man. .. Richard JACKSON had property at Drumneigh, Barony of Coolock,, Co. Dublin, held by him under Austen COOPER, Esq., tenanted by John Cooke ROGERS, esq. producing a profit of rent of 46 pounds Irish per year.. She had a house at 72 Grafton St., Dublin.

NOTE: Need to follow up on Isle of Man connections. See: Luke JACKSON (1786-1814). SEE also ROD: 652-105-447234 and probates of JACKSONs of Antrim – a William JACKSON of Isle of Man - 1877. There is also a PAINE-JACKSON connection to the Isle of Man: ROD: 219-308-143791.

1

1834

16

75

1834 Sep 10

Dundalk, Co. Louth

COULTER

 

COULTER-Anne-DEWHURST

Marriage settlement between George LAWSON of Dundalk, merchant & Ann COULTER.  Thomas DEWHURST & Thomas COULTER of Newtown Lodge, trustees. … sum of 1,007 pounds 7 shillings 9p. Irish consolidated annuities the property of Anne COULTER was transferred to her trustees until the marriage, and then interest to LAWSON during the marriage. WITNESSES: Thomas JACKSON of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath, Esq. & Robert COULTER of Dundalk, Co. Louth, Gent, one of the attorneys.

1

1834

16

85

 

Drominare, Co. Tipperary, B. Castlereagh

JACKSON

JACKSON, Alexander- HALL, Robert

Alexander JACKSON of Gardmay Place [Gardiner Place], Dublin one of trustees in marriage settlement of Charles FARREN & Maria ORR only daughter of John ORR of Cypress Grove. Co. of Dublin

SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath

1

1834

17

78

1834 Oct 4

Armagh

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH, John – DOBBIN, John

Image 231

BTW John McCULLAGH of Rockinaduff[?] Co. Armagh of 1 pt & John DOBBIN of Ratharumgrana Co. Armagh farmer a Trustee of the other pt. … lands of Knocknacreany, Parish Kilmore, Barony Oneiland West Co. Armagh and also tenement on south side of Scotch St Co. Armagh formerly demised by Rev William HUTCHINSON to Thomas GREER of City of Armagh and afterwards demised to John McCULLAGH & to William POOLER and also estate and interest of Alexander McCULLAGH … lands of Lisnaganon in Co. Down for lives and also the interest of Daniel McCULLAGH & part of lands of Cladymore in Parish Mullaghbrack Barony Lower Fews and also Household furniture goods, chattles and effects of James McCULAGH to hold lands and premises in Knockmacreany and house on Scotch St. to said John DOBBIN … lands of Lisnagannon to John DOBBIN … lands of Cladymore to John DOBBIN …

 

1834

17

227

1834 Oct 2

Counties Cavan, Donegal, Meath & Mayo

JACKSON

PRATT-JACKSON Marriage Settlement

JACKSON, Madeline E. – FORTESQUE, Matthew

 Btw Joseph PRATT of Corney Castle, Co. of Cavan Lt. Col in Cavan Regiment of Militia of 1st pt. Merwyn PRATT of same place eldest son of Joseph PRATT & Madelina Eglintine JACKSON of Stephenstown, Co. Louth spinster and an infant of the age of 18 or thereabouts; Catherin FORTESCUE wife of Matthew FORTESCUE, guardian… several pages follow

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1834

18

253

1831 Nov 11

Dublin

BALL

O’BRIEN-O’REILLY

Marriage settlement between John O’BRIEN of Mountjoy Sq., Dublin & Anna Maria Elizabeth O’BRIEN orse. BALL, his wife & Cecilia BALL spinster youngest daughter of John BALL the younger Esq. deceased who was the eldest son of John BALL the elder late of Eccles St., Co. Dublin, Esq. deceased… whereby reciting that a marriage had been agreed upon between Cecelia BALL & Philip O’REILLY …marriage portion 2,000 pounds…. Richard RORKE of 4th pt…… John RORKE.

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1834

18

285

1834 Nov 12

Ballnamought, Co. Cork, Parish St, Annes

JACKSON

JACKSON, Jane –CUMMINS, James

Indented deed of mtg btw Thomas FARREN of Gratten Hill, in the North suburb of Cork, Gent & Walter William HARRIS of Glanmire Rd., in the north suburb of Cork, Esq. Doctor of Medicine and Jane HARRIS nee JACKSON his wife of the second part & John CUMMINS of the City of London, Merchant and Roger William HARRIS of the said City of Cork, attorney at Law, trustees named in the marriage settlement…

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1834

19

27

1833 Nov 13

Cahernane, Co. Kerry, Parish Sheridan

JACKSON

JACKSON, George & Letitia – HERBERT, Jane

George JACKSON of Mount Pleasant, Co. Tipperary & Letitia HERBERT ors JACKSON, his wife and one of the daughters of Richard Townsend HERBERT of Cahernane, Co. Kerry, deceased…. His five daughters: Jane, Penelope, Anne, Frances, Letitia.

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1834

19

119

1831 Nov 17

Larne, Co. Antrim, Upper ½ B. Glenarmy

JACKSON

JACKSON, John – ALEXANDER, Samuel

John JACKSON of Larne, Co. Antrim, carpenter of 1 pt. & Samuel ALEANDER of Larne, saddler …land in the town of Larne on the North side of the street leading to Mill from new Town, … parish of Larne. WITNESSES: Miles ATKINSON, merchant; William McCULLOCH, Doctor of Medicine, both of Larne, Co. Antrim.

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1834

20

103

1834 Dec 2

Edenderry, Kings Co., B. Coolestown

JACKSON

JACKSON, Matthew H. – JACKSON, Anne

Matthew Henry JACKSON of Millmount [aka Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown], Kings Co. & Anne JACKSON, widow, his mother of Marrion Ave., Co. of Dublin. … sum of 400 pounds to his sister Hannah POWELL orse JACKSON… south side of Edenderry St., Edenderry [Edenderry, Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown],  78 ft X 54 ft X 200 ft X 400 ft under lease of Marquis of Devonshire & part of the lands of Monastoris [Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown], called Millmount formerly called Jacksons farm – 150 acres profitable land and 27 acres of bog  together with the Mill dwelling house [?] trees and other improvements and also the Mill dam watercourses flowing to and from the mill at the yearly rate of 50 pounds, in the Barony of Coolestown, Kings Co…. lives of Matthew Henry JACKSON & Rolleston John GRATTON

NOTE: Hannah JACKSON’s husband was Capt. Edward POWELL.

SEE: JACKSONs of Ballygibbon, Co. Kildare

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1834

20

145

 

Drumin, Queens Co. B. Tinnehinch

JACKSON

WARBURTON-THACKER

JACKSON, Frances & Mary– THACKER, Joseph

Frances JACKSON of Mountmellick, spinster, youngest daughter of Nathaniel JACKSON the younger of Mountmellick, deceased, …. Mary JACKSON, widow, mother of Frances JACKSON …… town and lands of Drummin, Derringown, containing 333acres & 1r arable land, Irish measure, land that had been owned by Nathanial JACKSON the elder.,bounded on the north by the river Barrow, , p… parish of Rosnallis, , B [?] hinch, Co. … & land of Drinagh & Garroon 180 acres & lands of Clonaheen, formerly in possession of Nathanial JACKSON, the elder, Rosenallis, B. of Tinnehinch, Queens Co. & also dwelling house situate in town of Mountmellick

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1834

20

181

1834 Dec 5

Latabeg, City of Cork, B. Rathcooney

JACKSON

JACKSON, Jane – CUMMINS

Jane JACKSON wife of Walter William HARRIS

 

1834

20

187

1834 Dec 5

Derrydarragh, Co. Longford, B Ratheline

JACKSON

JACKSON, Joseph D. – GREGG, Francis

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… surviving trustees of Louden LENNON, Edward SMITH and Jane LENNON  Widow the surviving executors of will of Thomas LENNON 4 Aug 1806 late of Molehill Co. Longford, Esq. deceased.

Joseph Devonshire JACKSON of Leeson St., Dublin one of his Majesty’s Counsel at Law & Benjamin BALL jr. of South Frederick Street City of Dublin Attorney. … will of John Gore SWORDS deceased abt 16 Oct 1832 … Rev. Francis Thornton GREGG of Ballymahon C. Longford, Clerk of 7th pt. … lands of Derrydarragh, Parish Cashell, Barony Rathcline Co. Longford.

SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Cork – connected to Strettle JACKSON

 

1834

21

10

1834 Dec 12

Magillstown, Co. Dublin, B. Athercross

JACKSON

JACKSON, Peter - BAKER, Arthur

Btw Peter JACKSON of Lower Gardiner St., City of Dublin Esq of the 1 pt & Arthur BAKER of Balkeary, Co Dublin Esq of other pt…. land of Magillstown, Parish of Swords..

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1834

21

11

 

Magillstown, Co. Dublin, B. Athercross

JACKSON

JACKSON, Peter - BAKER, Arthur

Btw Peter JACKSON of Lower Gardiner St., City of Dublin Esq of the 1 pt &  Arthur BAKER of Balkeary, Co Dublin Esq of other pt…. land of Magillstown, Parish of Swords..

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1834

21

12

 

Loughmartin, Co. Dublin, B. Athercross

JACKSON

JACKSON, Peter - BAKER, Arthur

Btw Peter JACKSON of Lower Gardiner St., City of Dublin Esq of the 1 pt &  Arthur BAKER of Balkeary, Co Dublin Esq of other pt…. land of Magillstown, Parish of Swords..

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1834

21

109

 

Freeloan, Co. Dublin, B. Athercross

JACKSON

JACKSON, Peter – FARRAN, Charles

Btw Peter JACKSON of Lower Gardiner St., City of Dublin Esq of the 1

 

15

1834

21

110

 

Magillstown, Co. Dublin, B. Athercross

JACKSON

JACKSON, Peter – FARRAN, Charles

Btw Peter JACKSON of Lower Gardiner St., City of Dublin Esq of the 1

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1835

1

133

1832 Mar 9

Caulogue, Co. Longford, B. Ardagh

JACKSON

JACKSON, John – WIGGINS, Jacob

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BTW John JACKSON of Schoolland Co. Longford Gent of 1 pt & Jacob WIGGINS of Motevally Co. Longford Gent of the other. John JACKSON stood indebted to WIGGINS for £100 and £120  …mtg lands of Coulogue orse Windmill Hill containing 68a in Parish Edgeworthy Barony Ardagh … total owing £260 … demised townlands of Coulogue orse Windmill Hill … WITNESS: John FERRALL of Abbey Street City of Dublin Attorney & William Robert WIGGINS of Edgeworthstown Co. Longford Gent . John JACKSON [SEAL]

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1835

1

240

1835

Jan 17

Colonary, Co. Cavan, B. Upper Loughter

JACKSON

JACKSON, John – BRADY, Patrick

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BTW John JACKSON of Rathmines Road Co. Dublin Gent of 1st pt Sidney DUIGAN of Rathmines Co. Dublin widow and administratrix of John DUIGAN of 2nd pt & Patrick Richard Blackwood BRADY f Connery Co. Cavan Esq. of 3rd pt. & George Marshall KNIPE of Ernehall Co. Cavan Esq. of 4th pt. …reciting indenture 28 May 1821 btw John JACKSON by Patrick Richard BRADY… description of John JACKSON of Paradise Row City of Dublin Esq of 2nd pt & John DUIGAN of Capel Street City of Dublin … in consideration of £1000 paid by John JACKSON BRADY granted to JACKSON during natural life of BRADY an annuity and demised to DUIGAN [since deceased] for 99  years lands  … John JACKSON in consid of £923.1.10 .. released lands of Clonerry [Clonervy? Parish Castleterra,] with the dwelling House offices and improvements [Cirocane? Carrickane,?] Poles Lisacake Pottle Corgreagh [Corgreagh, Parish Larah or Cornagleragh or Oldtown, Parish Annagelliff]], Lismullig [Lismullig, Parish of Annagelliff,] ] Lisbroduff with the Mill thereon Cortdonagh Drumskell Shrakoran otherwise Shruboy … and Poles of Lott Shuntameron [Shantemon,?] Shanttell [Shankill Lower, or Shankill Upper, in Parish of Annagelliff,] Barony of Upper Loughtee [Loughtee Upper,] Co. Cavan and also  Lands of Upper and Lower Corfond in Barony Ballygarvey Co. Cavan … WITNESS: Frederick JACKSON of Rathmines & Sidney DUIGAN the younger of town of Rathmines Co. Dublin

NOTE: There is no Barony of Ballygarvey.

 

1835

2

69

1835 Jan 28

New Lodge Rd., Antrim & City of Waterford

JACKSON

JACKSON, Thomas – JACKSON, Anthony

Deed of settlement btw Thomas JACKSON of Belfast Co. Antrim Architect of the 1st part; Elizabeth RIDGEWAY otherwise NEWSON of city of Waterford Widow and Lydia Newson RIDGEWAY daughter of the 2nd pt; and Anthony JACKSON of City of Waterford Ships Broker & Henry RIDGEWAY of Waterford City Merchant of 3rd pt…. George Penrose RIDGEWAY was dead but left to his eldest daughter Lydia Newson RIDGEWAY premises demised by lease of 22 Sep 1789 ground in City of Waterford. Thomas JACKSON & Lydia Newson RIDGEWAY to wed.

SEE: Quaker JACKSONs in Ireland.

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1835

2

197

1835 Jan 28

Dromoran, Co. Down, B. Lower Iveagh

JACKSON

JACKSON, Alexander – LAW, Hugh

JACKSON, Elizabeth – LAW, Hugh

John STOTT of Grenville, Co. Down of 1st pt; Alexander JACKSON, of Gardiner’s Place in Co. Dublin Esq. Doctor of Medicine & his wife, Elizabeth JACKSON orse LAW of 2nd pt & Hugh LAW of Woodbank, Co. Down Esq. of 3rd pt… town and lands of Dromorin, Parish of Tullylish … immediately adjoining the mill race of the corn mill of Gilford….more description

SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath

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1835

3

102

 

Moylish, City of Limerick & Co. Tipperary

JACKSON

JACKSON, George & wife – DELMAGE, Charles

JACKSON, Lydia & Husband – DELMAGE, Charles

 

1835

3

125

1835 Feb 5

Cavananore

BRADFORD

BRADFORD-DICKIE

NAMES: Thomas BRADFORD of Carnbeg; Margaret WALLACE of Roachdale; Robert DICKIE of Roachdale; John BRADFORD of Cavananore; Robert BAILLIE Esq.; Samuel BRADFORD; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD; Hugh McCULLAGH; Owen DUFFY; Robert COULTER of Dundalk; Walter GLASSCOCK. OTHER LANDS: Shortstone.

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1835

3

267

 

Farnane, Co. Waterford, B. Decius

JACKSON

JACKSON, Warren – KEEFE, John

 

1835

4

199

1835 Mar 4

A house, Monaghan, Parish of Monaghan

JACKSON

JACKSON, James –WRIGHT, James

Between James JACKSON of Clones, Co. Monaghan of 1st pt & William TEMPLE of Monaghan, Co. Monaghan, Esq. M.D. & daughter Anne TEMPLE otherwise HAMILL, his wife of the 2nd part; James Wood WRIGHT of Gola & David HAMILL of Rooskey, both of Co. Monaghan, Esq. reciting lease by Brigadier Robert ECHLIN by indenture Aug 17, 1703 leased to George DALGARNOE house or houses garden or gardens  in possession of James KINSALLAGH and John THOMPSON in the Town of Monaghan…. Became legally vested in James JACKSON on the intermarriage of William TEMPLE & Anne HAMMILL widow of the 2nd part; Anne HAMILL spinster of 3rd part; James Wood WRIGHT & David HAMILL of 4th part. Anne HAMMILL the elder had agreed to give to Anne HAMILL the younger 2,000 pounds sterling which had been paid into the hands of James Wood WRIGHT & David HAMILL for future marriage settlement…house formerly in possession of John THOMPSON, , afterwards in possession of Blayney Owen MITCHELL,& Andrew YOUNG, & Richard JACKSON,  & Robert HODGE…

 

1835

5

45

 

Lickadoon, City of Limerick, Parish Cahirawalla

JACKSON

JACKSON, Catherine B. – MOUNSELL, Henry

 

1835

6

126

1835 Mar 22

Grafton St., City of Dublin

JACKSON

JACKSON, William – BERNIE, Thomas

William JACKSON of Grafton St., City of Dublin, Harp manufacturer of one pt… reciting an earlier deed of 1824 by Patrick MACK of City of Dublin Linen Draper transferred to William JACKSON dwelling house, workshop & premises…for term of 71 years unexpired….. east side of Grafton St formerly known as 36 but now known by #38… description of neighboring properties bounding his..

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1835

6

154

 

Baherload, Co. Limerick & City of Limerick

JACKSON

JACKSON, Catherine B. – FURLONG, Will

 

1835

6

256

1835 Apr 10

Co. Kildare

M’LAUGHLIN

Btw John M’LOUGHLIN of town of Monasterevan Co Kildare dealer of the 1st pt.. to Rachel VALENTINE Shopkeeper… land on Drogheda Street in Monastervin… lives of John M’LOUGHLIN, Catherin M’LOUGHLIN & Harvey CASSIDY

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1835

6

272

1835 Apr 11

Cullenswood, Co. Dublin, B. Upper Cross

JACKSON

JACKSON, John – BUTLER, John

John JACKSON of Rathmines Road in Co. Dublin Gent of the 1 pt & John BUTLER of Leainster Terrace County of Dublin other pt…piece of land part of Collinswood near Rathmines in the Barony of Upper Cross Co Dublin

15

1835

6

273

 

Cullenswood, Co. Dublin, B. Upper Cross

JACKSON

JACKSON, John – WILLIAMSON, Arthur

No other info needed

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1835

7

16

 

Russelstown

JACKSON

JACKSON, William – JACKSON, James

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1835

7

68

1835 Apr 6

Co. Carlow & Queens, Kildare & Dublin & Dublin Town

JACKSON

BROWNE-HAMILTON Marriage arts

William BROWNE of Brownshill aka Chapelstown, Co. Carlow & Robert Clayton BROWNE, eldest son of William BROWNE…

JACKSON, Henry V – VANDELEUR, Crofton

Henry Vincent JACKSON of Mecklenburgh St., City of Dublin, Esq of 6th pt… marriage between Robert Clayton BROWNE & Harriett Augusta HAMILTON NOTE: Long deed – lots of description of lands and names of neighbours.

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1835

7

123

1833-1839

St. James, Drogheda

COULTER

COULTER, Jane-WEIR, Archibald

John ACKLAND of St. James in Drogheda, and Jane COULTER, his wife. Jane COULTER administrix of George COULTER, late of town of Drogheda, Gent, deceased,

 

1835

7

175

1835 Ap 22

S? Or K?]illivanogue, Co. Tipperary, B. Ikeran

JACKSON

BENNET-JACKSON Marriage articles

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Between George BENNETT of Killivanouge then called Sorrill Hill, Co. Tipperary of 1st pt & Anne JACKSON, 2nd daughter of Francis JACKSON of Killavilla, [Killavilla, Parish Roscrea, Barony Ballybritt] Kings Co., Esq. of 2nd pt; George JACKSON of Killavilla, Kings Co.  and Thomas BENNETT of Eastwood, Co. Tipperary, Esq. of 3rd pt Reciting indenture 28 Feb 1835 btw Philip GOWAN of England Esq.of 1 pt & George BENNETT of the other pt. lands of Killivanauge in Co. Tipperary 205a 3r 5p together with bog and corn manage in Barony Keran Co. Tipperary for natural lives of Thomas BENNETT of Eastwood and the said George BENNETT and Anne JACKSON party thereto and a marriage intended btw George BENNETT and Anne JACKSON and to provide a jointure for Anne JACKSON. WITNESS: John HASLAM of Eustace St City of Dublin Gent & John BENETT of Aghabo, Queens Co.

NOTE: I suspect that Anne’s parents are Francis JACKSON (abt 1776-1847) and Anne J. HASLAM,

SEE: JACKSONs of Ballyboy, Kings Co. aka Offaly

NOTE: It is also likely connected to: Family tree of JACKSONs Tipperary, Kings Co. & Kildare.

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1835

8

24

1835 Apr 28

St. James, Drogheda

COULTER

 

COULTER, Jane-WEIR, Archibald

Jane ACKLAND nee COULTER

 

1835

8

34

1835 Aril 28

Jervis St. Dublin, Parish St. Marys

JACKSON

JACKSON, Alexander – HICKIE, Rev. William

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BTW Alexander JACKSON of Gardiner Place, doctor of Medicine of 1st pt. Rev. James CARLISLE of City of Dublin Clerk and Mary Anne CARLISLE otherwise HICKEY his wife of 2nd pt & Rev. William HICKEY of Duncornmiell Co. Wexford of 3rd pt. Reciting that Alexander JACKSON for considerations mentioned by the direction of said James CARLISLE and Maryanne his wife transferred to William HICKEY tenements on east side of Jervis St. in Parish of St. Mary’s Dublin together with back of yard. ..… dwelling house on the east side of [?] Turnpike in St. Mary’s Parish… WITNESS: Robert MAXWELL & Thomas Somerville FLEMING

Alexander JACKSON (?-1848) of Gardiner’s Place.[SEAL]

SEE: Lisnaboe JACKSONs.

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1835

8

37

 

Pill Lane, City of Dublin

JACKSON

JACKSON, Henry V. – HIGGINBOTTOM, Thomas

Henry Vincent JACKSON, attorney at law, of Mickleburgh St., Dublin executor of last will and testament of Elizabeth SULLIVAN, widow deceased of Thomas HIGGINBOTTOM… land transfer.

 

1835

9

161

 

Corray, Cos Mayo, Sligo & Galway

JACKSON

JACKSON, George – JACKSON, Oliver

 

1835

9

201

 

Bawn, Co Cavan & Galway

JACKSON

JACKSON, Thomas B. – DUIGAN, Michael

 

1835

10

43

 

Ballyduftultra, Co. Waterford, B Cashmore & Cashbridge

JACKSON

JACKSON, George H. – MELVILLE, John

JACKSON, Alice [or Alex] – MELVILLE, John

George Holmes JACKSON of Crogar near Corwell in Co [Stenconth?] & Alice his wife of 1st pt… lands in Waterford.

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1835

11

15

 

 

 

MILLS-PEEBLES  

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1835

11

43

 

 

 

BARTLEY-WHITE  

x

1835

12

133

1835 Apr 21

Grafton St. City of Dublin, Parish St. Andrews

JACKSON

JACKSON, William – JACKSON, James

JACKSON, Jane – JACKSON, James

William JACKSON of Grafton St., China merchant & Robert NICHOLSON of Clanwilliam Place in said City & Jane NICHOLSON otherwise JACKSON his wife of the 1 pt; James JACKSON of Linley, Co. [Salop?] Esq., England of other pt. new built brick house or tenement #112 formerly #106 situate on west side of Grafton St.,, Parish of St. Andrew, City of Dublin

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1835

13

57

1835 Jul 21

Frederick St., City of Dublin, Parish St. Annes

JACKSON

JACKSON, John – BAKER, John

Between John JACKSON of Frederick St., City of Dublin, Gent & John BARKER of Dawson St., Dublin reciting indenture June 3 1803 btw Rev Hayes MEADE of Kilgoblin, Co. Dublin Clk of 1 pt & James SAUNDERS… brick dwelling house on west side of Frederick St.,..details… reciting that the said James SHERIDAN  by his last will and testament bearing date Aug 23 1821  demised said dwelling house with the furniture and linen therin to his daughter Sarah JACKSON wife of said John JACKSON…more details

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1835

13

90

1835 Jul 23

Cullenswood, Co. Dublin, City of Dublin

JACKSON

KEARNS-KEARNS

JACKSON, Allen – KEARNS, Christopher

Thomas KEARNS of Cuffe St., Dublin, Bricklayer & Allan JACKSON of Harrold Cross, Co Dublin, house painter… part of lands of Ullienswood, situate in Anne Street Ranelah, near the City of Dublin

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1835

13

96

1835 Jul 2

Armagh

DOBBIN-HANNA

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BTW Leonard DOBBIN of Armagh Esq. of 1 pt & William HANNA & Leonard DOBBIN the younger both of Gardiners Place Dublin Esqs of the other pt. Reciting that Leonard Dobbin was susée in his Demesne as of fee of Mill lands and Tenements therin mentioned and that he was indebted to several persons mentioned in the deed annexed with several sums of money … several plots of Ground called the Nunnery Tenements situate in or near Scotch Street in Town of Armagh being part of what was commonly known by the name of the Courts of the Two Abbeys. bounded on the north by Scotch Street on the South by the Lord Primates Demesne and on the east and West by grounds now or formerly in the tenure or occupation other representatives of Thomas OGLE deceased. … dwelling house and its offices and yard situated on the southeast side of Castle Street in the city of Armagh formerly in the possession of said Richard PENTON and his under tenants and lately in possession of Thomas DOBBIN containing 11a 19p English statute measure in that part of the Borough of Armagh which lies between the Road from Armagh to Richhill and the road from Armagh bounded on the north by the strip of ground lately occupied by Samuel JOHNSTON on the east by Ballynahone river and the land belonging to the said Leonard DOBBIN on the south by the lands held by the late John MCKINSTRY under Joseph WILSON and on the West by part of the land lately held by Alexander PRENTICE. All said premises lying and being in the Borough Parish Barony and Co. Armagh and also all that and those Corn mills and Kilns known by the name of Ballynahone mills and kilns together with that part of the townland of Ballynahone more belonging to the said mills and kilns as formally owned by Mr Thomas QUINN and now in the actual possession of the said Leonard DOBBIN and his under tenants containing 8 acres English statute measure in the townland of Ballynahone and in the parish and county of Armagh and bounded on the east by James CUNNINGs holdings  Shidy DELAYNEY’s holdings on the north by the Glebe Rd leading from Armagh to Lurgan and also parcels of land in map # 102 adjoining on the north the said Primate’s Demesne an on the east to the road leading from Newry to Armagh on the West to the lands of Carnaca each of the said two parcels containing 6 acres of land lately in possession of Mrs LIVINGSTONE and also all the part of the land in a map marked # 3 adjoining on the South and West to Cavanacca and on the east to the road from Newry to Armagh containing 8a 1r 24p lately in the possession of Mrs LIVINGSTONE and also 19a 26p lately in possession of Mrs [?] bounded on the North and South by lands now or lately in the possession of the representatives of Richard Cope WHALLY Esq. On the east by Ballynahone river and on the West by the plantation adjoining by the road leading from Armagh to Newry and also 19a 2r 16p of the late Demesne lands of the See of Armagh lying near the town of Armagh marked in a certain map #9 all said lands and premises situate in Parish Barony of Armagh and also part of the town and lands of Kennedys containing 19a now in possession of the said Leonard DOBBIN or under tenants in Parish and Co. Armagh and also a certain part of the lands of Hazel WILD[?] adjoining the said lands of Kennedys and also in the Parish and Co. Armagh and also the back house both alone and below the rear of Henry HUTCHINSON's former house with a free passage to the same and the gateway of the said HUTCHINSON's in Thomas St in the City, Parish & Co. Armagh … WITNESS: David BELL Solicitor Leonard DOBBIN the younger & William MILLER Attorney of Gardiner’s Place Dublin

 

1835

13

13201

1835 July 25

Dublin

JACKSON

Wrong number Image 14

Robert JACKSON of Dublin Householder 3 August 1835 Deed of Sale Selling up prior to emigration to Australia Anthony

 

1835

15

76

 

Drummin, Queens Co. B. Tinehinch

JACKSON

JACKSON, Elizabeth – FLEETWOOD, Thomas

JACKSON, Mary – FLEETWOOD, Thomas

 

1835

16

186

1835 Sep 30

Ballybay, Co. Monaghan

JACKSON

JACKSON, William – CARRAHER, John

William JACKSON was indebted, and to settle debts leased many of his holdings in the townland of Ballybay. Harvey’s tenement situated on the westside of the street of Ballybay and bounded on the North by James McMURRAY’s tenement and on the south by Elizabeth McCULLAGH’s tenement and now in the actual possession of William HENSON, Co. Monaghan as well as lands in  Lettycrum & Largahamlough… lengthy deed with lots of descriptions of lands…

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1835

17

256

 

Moylish, Co. Limerick

JACKSON

JACKSON, George – GLOSTER, Arthur

 

1835

18

98

1833-1839

Ballynaconaghy, Co. Down, B Castlereagh

GILLMER

GILLMER, James B-AVERY, Samuel  

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1835

18

184

1835 Nov 5

Knockaginy, Co. Down, B. Castlereagh

JACKSON

JACKSON, William – McCANCE, David

 Re: last will and testament of Rachel JACKSON late of Knocknagony, Co. Down, spinster, deceased of 1st pt.…. also re will of Jennett JACKSON orse Jane JACKSON orse Jenny JACKSON late of Knocknagnagony  spinster deceased  & William JACKSON  of Knocknagoney, farmer & nephew of  and heir at law of Rachel JACKSON & Jennett JACKSON and also Mary JACKSON and Margaret JACKSON late of Knocknagoney spinsters deceased…lands of Knocknagoney formerly in hands of William JACKSON, deceased & afterward in possession of Rachel, Margaret, Mary & Jennett cont 28 acres with house…

SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down who first settled in Dundonald

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1835

18

233

 

Mayo

Sligo

Galway

JACKSON

George JACKSON – Oliver C. JACKSON (probably Oliver Cuffe JACKSON (abt 1773-1845

 

1835

20

120

1835 Jul 25

Dublin

JACKSON

DROUGHT-JACKSON

Btw Frederick Stewart DROUGHT of Church St., City of Dublin [Curveline?] Hatter of 1st pt; Julia DROUGHT of Boot Lane, city of Dublin, widow & executrix of Frederick DROUGHT late of Temple Bar, City of Dublin, Hatter & Francis JACKSON of Killavilla [Killavilla, Parish Roscrea, Barony Ballybritt], Kings Co.,… reciting earlier DROUGHT leases lands of Fancroft [Fancroft, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt], …released to Francis JACKSON lands of Fancroft, Barony of Ballybritt, Kings Co… & lands of Glassluen

SEE: JACKSONs of Ballyboy, Kings Co. aka Offaly

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1835

20

169

 

Aghaville, Co. Leitrim

 

GODFREY, John & ors – MAXWELL & ors

 

1835

20

267

1835 Dec 2

Dunganstown, Co. Dublin, B. Catlereagh

JACKSON

JACKSON, William H. –PHEPOE, Thomas

William Henry JACKSON of Micklinburgh, Dublin of 1 pt & Thomas PHEPOE of other…demised lands Dunganstown, Co. Dublin

 

1835

21

162

 

 

MALEVERER

MUNLEVERER, William-HORNER 

x

1836

1

130

1833-1839

 

Pallerine, Down & Co. Armagh

COULTER

COULTER, Mary-COULTER, Richard

 

1836

1

140

 

Richhill, Co. Armagh, B. Oneiland West

JACKSON

JACKSON, Joseph – RICHARDSON, Elizabeth

Wrong number (see: Image 89) It wasn’t book 13. The entry in the Grantors Index is puzzling.

 

1836

2

261

 

Rathgar, Co. Dublin, B. Newcastle

JACKSON

JACKSON, Allen – CRENAN, Bartholemew

 

1836

3

13

1836 Feb 2

Castletownmare and Raibk, Lower Kells, Co Meath,

NORTH

Richard Taulman NORTH's conveyance of Castletownmare and Raibk, Lower Kells, Co Meath, to John Gerrard of Gilestown. SOURCE: The Norths of Ireland NOTE: These are lands that were held earlier by Samuel JACKSON (1641-1705) – Richard Toulmin NORTH (1782-1865) – descendant of Jennet JACKSON.

 

1836

3

103

1836 Feb

Lisburn

OLIVER, Henry, Mary, Sarah, Eliza, Jane

OLIVER-McKNIGHT

OLIVER, Henry, Mary, Sarah, Eliza, Jane Robert – McKNIGHT

Between Henry OLIVER of Tannybake, Co. Down, Cotton Weaver of 1st pt Mary OLIVER & Sarah OLIVER of Tannybrake, Co. Down spinsters James LANG of Lisburn, Co. Antrim weaver & Elizabeth LANG otherwise OLIVER his wife; John HEANEY of Tannybake, Co. Down weaver and Jane HEANEY otherwise OLIVER his wife of  2nd pt… Robert OLIVER of Tannybrake of 4th pt. Henry OLIVER deceased was possessed of that piece of land on south side of bridge St., Lisburn, parish of Lisburn alias Blaris Barony of Upper Massarene… Henry OLIVER made his will dated June 8 1827 & devised said property to his son, Henry OLIVER….lives were all names of royalty…

1

1836

4

177

 

 

BIRCH

HENRY, Joseph-BIRCH, Elizabeth 

x

1836

5

260

1836 Mar 14

Armagh

McCULLA

Image 398

BTW Joseph McKEE of Tassagh Co. Armagh Linen Merchant of 1 pt & Eliza McCALLA and Susan McCALLA both of Markethill Co. Armagh spinsters and daughters of John McCALLA late of Markethill Merchant deceased. Reciting indenture 1Jan 1832 btw Rt Hon Francis William Earl of Chrlemont of 1 pt & Joseph McKEE … lands of Tassagh … Joseph McKEE party as executor of John McCALLA deceased stood indebted to said Eliza McCALLA in sum of £260 … Tassagh lying in townland of Tassagh Manor Cladymore Barony Armagh & Co. Armagh … and use of water and watercourses for purpose of working a corn mill bounded by other lands of Joseph McKEE on the East by the River Callan on the south by Andrew ROBINSONs farm and on the west by Samuel GORDONs holding … WITNESS: Robert Cope HARDY of Armagh, Co. Armagh Gent Attorney & by William HARDY of Armagh Gent apprentice to Robert Cope HARDY. Joseph McKEE [SEAL]

 

1836

6

85

1833 Oct 19

Kings

Galway

Tipperary

PUREFOY

Image 494

Marriage Settlement of Thomas PUREFOY Esq. Medical Dr. to Sybella HARRISON on 19 Oct 1835 btw Sybella HARRISSON of Cloughjordon Co. Tipperary only child of Richard HARRISSON Esq deceased  formerly Lieutenant in Majesty’s 7th Regiment of Dragoon Guards & Anne JAMES orse HARRISSON his wife of 1st pt; Thomas PUREFOY of Cloughjordan 3rd son of Rev Thomas PUREFOY of Banaghor [probably Kylebeg or Banagher, Parish Reynagh, Barony Garrycastle], Kings Co. Clerk of 2nd pt; Rev Thomas PUREFOY of Banagher of 3rd pt; Rev William Traverse HOMAN of Modreny Glebe Co. Tipperary Clerk & William Alexander PUREFOY of Bachelors Walk City of Dublin Esq. Barrister at Law of 4th pt…. land in Tipperary & £1,333.6.8 the 1/3rd pt of settlement on the marriage of Richard HARRISSON & Ann JAMES … Revd Thomas PUREFOY was then seized in fee of part of the Town and Manor of Clonbullock [Clonbulloge, Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown] & Town and Manor of Clonbeen [probably Clonbrin, Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown] in Kings Co. Barony Coolestown, Parish Clonsart. The Rev Thomas PUREFOY had made his will 22 Apr 1828 & had devised the lands of Clonbullock & Clonkeen to his 2nd son William Alexander PUREFOY … 

 

1836

6

240

 

Kilmurry, Co. Mayo, B. Tyrawly

JACKSON

JACKSON, Oliver C. – WALSHE, John

JACKSON, Madelaine E – WALSHE, John

 

1836

7

61

 

Schoolhouse Lane, Dungannon, Parish Drumglass

JACKSON

JACKSON, James E. –GREER, Thomas

 

1836

7

99

 

Moylish, City Limerick, Parish St. Munekin

JACKSON

JACKSON, George – WARNER, George

 

1836

7

228

1831 Apr 18

Umgola, City Armagh

KIDD

KIDD, Thomas-KIDD, Joseph  

Marriage agreement btw Thomas KIDD of Ballynahone, Co. Armagh. Merchant of 1st pt who was to marry Sarah JOHNSTON of Lurgen, (of 2nd pt) daughter of the deceased John JOHNSTON. John JOHNSTON Brewer & Thomas Averill SHILLINGTON of Portadown, merchant acting executors of John JOHNSTON deceased of 3rd pt. Joseph KIDD of Co. Armagh barrister & John JOHNSTON of 4th pt. Under the will of John JOHNSTON deceased, Sarah JOHNSTON was entitled to the sum of £3000. Thomas Kidd made over to the said Joseph Kidd and John Johnston parts of the lands of Umgola Drumarg & Downs in the actual possession of the said Thomas Kidd and his undertenants containing 49 acres and 38 perches English statute measure consisting of two divisions the Eastern and Western and other lands formerly reserved by John containing 32 acres 3 rods 22 perches English statute measure meared and bounded on the East by lands formerly in the possession of Andrew Davidson and late in the possession of Robert and James Stephen and Doctor Vogan and also by lands formerly in the possession of the Mr. Henry and late in the possession of Doctor Henry and by the Lord primate Richard Henderson, and a stream let on the West, partly by the road leading from Armagh to Monaghan and partly by lands in the possession of Mr. William McWilliams and by lands formerly in possession of Owen Callaghan. but then in the possession of Mr Verner’s tenants on the North by land, then or late in the possession of William McCrum, and on the South meared and bounded by lands in the possession of Mr. John Jones and the said West division containing 16 acres one Rood and 16 perches English statute measure and is bounded on the East by the mill race of Umgola the mill and partly by the stream let running from the Spring Mill on which Western division there are flour mills and a malt Kiln erected and that malt Kiln is bounded on the East by the road leading from Armagh to Monaghan bounded by the road and partly by a stone wall and also the tenant dwelling houses, offices and gardens formerly held by Arthur Jacob McCaw and his undertenants and then in the possession of the said Thomas Kidd and his undertenants situate lying and being in English Street in the city of Armagh containing in front to said Street 67’4” in the Parish, Barony and County of Armagh, with all the Mills waters water courses houses buildings and improvements there on and all the estate right and interest at law in equity of him the said Thomas Kidd

x

1836

7

229

1833-1839

 

DOBBIN

DOBBIN  

x

1836

8

26

1836 Apr 18

Water Street, Newry

KIDD

KIDD, John-GRIFFEN, Phil  

NAMES: John KIDD; Philip GRIFFIN; Trevor CORRY; Samuel REID; Mary PATTERSON; Richard Jebb BROWNE; John CORBETT- all of Newry. NOTE: I have also included extensive quotes from grave markers to indicate how closely some of the neighbours were.

x

1836

8

51

1836 Apr27

Eadstown, Co. Wicklow, Upper Barony Talbot St

JACKSON

DIXON-GREENE

Image 227

JACKSON, William, Anne & Hannah

Bwt Joseph DIXON of Mount pleasant, Co. Dublin assignee of the estate and effects of William JACKSON of Baltinglass [Baltinglass East and/or Baltinglass West], Co. Wicklow, an insolvent debtor & the said William JACKSON of the 1st part; Anne JACKSON orse RIGGS wife of the said William JACKSON & Robert SHAW of Baltinglass, builder & William PAGE of Leinster St., Dublin Gent of 2nd pt Robert SHAW of Baltinglass afsd & Hannah SHAW orse JACKSON his wife, Alicia SHAW, and Esther SHAW both of Baltinglass spinsters of 3rd pt; Rev. Thomas Francis GREENE of Kilrandagh [Kilranelagh, Parish Kilranelagh, Barony Upper Talbotstown], Co. Wicklow Clerk and Augustus Aldborough Lloyd Williams of May Field Vicarage Ashbourne Co. Derby England Lieut. In his Majesty’s Royal Navy of 4th pt. Reciting lease of May 22 1746 btw Rev Richard BALDWIN, D.D. & Provost of Trinity College, & James JACKSON then late of Eadestown but then of Ffunary [aka Edenderry?], [NOTE: also Spinians]  Co. Wicklow farmer of the other part… Richard BALDWIN let to the said James JACKSON all that part of the town and lands of Eadestown then in possession of the said James JACKSON containing 154a 1r late Irish plantation measure in the Barony of Talbotstown Co. Wicklow saving and reserving by therein is accepted and reserved. To hold unto the said James JACKSON his heirs and assigns from the 25th of March then last past for the lives of three persons for perpetual renewal thereinafter mentioned and expressed without any fine subject to yearly rent of £46.4 Irish currency payable every 29th day of September and 25th day of March and Reciting that by indenture of lease and release bearing date respectively the 12th and 13th day of July 1745 made between the said James JACKSON of the one part and William JACKSON of Baltinglass,  Co. Wicklow butcher son of said James JACKSON of the other part the said James JACKSON for the consideration therein mentioned demised unto the said William JACKSON all that moiety or half part of the aforesaid lands of each town to hold from the first day of may then last four and during the lives of three persons therein mentioned and the life of the survivor of them with covenant for perpetual renewal subject to 1/2 of the yearly rent so reserved in and by said original lease of the 22nd day of may 1746 and also paying 1/2 of all the costs and expenses of obtaining a renewal of said original lease of said lands and reciting that by indentures of lease and release bearing date respectively the 24th and 25th days of November 1771 the said James JACKSON for the considerations therein mentioned demised set and to farm let unto Alexander JACKSON his heirs and assigns all that one moiety 1/2 part being the remaining [?] of the aforesaid town and lands of each town. To hold to set Alexander JACKSON his heirs and assigns for and during the lives of the three persons therein mentioned and the survivor of them with consent for perpetual renewal subject to the yearly rent so reserved and made payable by said original lease of the 22nd May 1764 and 1/2 of the costs and expenses of obtaining a renewal of said original lease is by said indenture might appear and reciting that the interests of the set Alexander JACKSON in said lands became vested in Thomas Eves GREEN of the city of Dublin Esquire and that the interest of the said William JACKSON in and to the other moiety of said lands became vested in his son Thomas JACKSON late of Baltinglass on the county of Wicklow deceased and reciting that by indenture of lease bearing date the 1st of April 1801 the said Thomas JACKSON for the considerations therein mentioned demise and set unto the said Thomas Eves GREEN all that the full moiety or half part of undivided so vested in said Thomas JACKSON and herein before mentioned of said town and lands of Eadestown for and during the lives of the three persons therein named and the survivor of them with covenant of perpetual renewal therein contained at and under the yearly rate rent or sum of £103.2 late currency payable as therein mentioned and reciting that the interest of said Thomas JACKSON and said lands afterwards became vested under his will in said Thomas JACKSON his heir at law party thereto and reciting that by indenture of settlement executed on the intermarriage of said William JACKSON with his present wife Ann JACKSON orse Riggs and bearing date the 5th of December 1831 all interest of the said William JACKSON in and to said lands became vested in Robert SHAW and William PAGE party thereto in trust for the uses and purposes therein mentioned and reciting that afterwards the said William JACKSON was discharged as insolvent debtor and John FOX was appointed Assignee of his estate and effects and reciting that the said John FOX was afterward removed from such assigneeship and John COOK appointed in his stead and which said John COOK was subsequently also removed from said office of assignee and Joseph DIXON party hereto was duly appointed assignee in his stead and in whom all the estate and interest of the said William JACKSON in and to set undivided moiety of said land of Eadestown was then legally vested. And reciting that in pursuance of an order of the Court for the relief of insolvent debts in Ireland made in the matter of said insolvent all the estate and interest of said insolvent were set up to be sold by auction and William PAGE party thereto having bid the sum of £3 was declared the purchaser thereof and reciting that the said Thomas Francis GREEN and Augustus Aldborough Lloyd Williams being desirous of purchasing all the estate right title charge claim and interest of the several persons parties hereto of the first second and third part of in end to the said lands of each town offered for the same a sum of £1,375 which offer the said parties had accepted and said William PAGE had requested of said Joseph DIXON and William JACKSON to join him in conveying said lands to the said Thomas Francis GREEN and Augustus Aldborough Lloyd Williams free from all charges and encumbrances whatsoever and said indenture witnessed that in consideration of the premises and of the sum of £3.00 sterling to him the said Joseph DIXON in hand paid the receipt whereof was thereby acknowledged in consideration of the sum of £1,375 to them the said Ann JACKSON Robert SHAW William PAGE Alishia SHAW and Esther SHAW Robert SHAW and Hannah SHAW some or one of them in hand paid the receipt whereof was thereby acknowledged and of the sum of five shillings to him the said William JACKSON also in hand paid today the said Joseph DIXON William JACKSON Ann JACKSON Robert SHAW William page Alicia SHAW and Esther SHAW Robert SHAW and Hannah SHAW according to their respective estates an interest there in did grant bargain sell assign alien release and confirm unto the said [?] and Augustus Aldborough Lloyd Williams in their actual possession then being by virtue of the bargain and sale and of the statute therein recited and to their heirs and assigns all the one undivided moiety a full half part the entire under 2 equal parts being considered as divided of and in all that part of the town of Eadestown herein before particularly described and mentioned situate lying and being in the upper half Barony of Talbotstown and county of Wicklow and all and singular the appurtenances there unto belonging and all the estate right title interest use trust possession property claim charge and demand whatsoever both at law and inequity or right and benefit of privilege of renewal of them that said Joseph DIXON William JACKSON and JACKSON Robert SHAW William PAGE Alishia SHAW Esther SHAW Robert SHAW and Hannah SHAW and every of them of and in said premises and every part thereof. To hold with the appurtenances unto the said Thomas Francis Augustus Aldborough Lloyd Williams their heirs and assigns four in during the natural lives and life of [illegible - Made DEAIS?]  Revd James SAUNDERS and William JACKSON party there to being the three lives named in the last renewal of the original indenture of lease of the 20th November 1789 and the survivor of them and for and during the lives of all such other persons as should be added thereunto pursuant to the covenant for perpetual instead recited original indenture of lease of the 22nd day of May 1746 containing upon the trusts nevertheless for the several uses intents and purposes and subject to the limitations and powers therein mentioned and expressed in and by a certain indenture made upon the intermarriage of the Rev. James SAUNDERS with Augusta Sophia Lloyd Williams bearing date the 27th day of November 1728 between Ellen Catherine [née GLASCOCK] of Saunders Grove in the county of Wicklow widow and relict of Morley SAUNDERS [Morley Pendred SAUNDERS (1738-1825) grandson of Morley SAUNDERS (1671-1737) of Saunders Grove]  of the same place deceased of the first part the Rev. James Thomas Connolly SAUNDERS [ (1796-1888 son of Morely Pendred SAUNDERS)] of Bagenalstown in the county of Carlow one of the younger sons of the said Morley SAUNDERS of the second part Ellen SAUNDERS of Saunders Grove before said one of the daughters of the said Morley SAUNDERS of the third part. John Lloyd Williams of Alderbrook Hall Co. Cardigan,Wales Esquire at the 4th part. Augusta Sofia Lloyd Williams daughter of said John Lloyd Williams of the 5th part and William Oldnall Russell [RUSSELL (1785–1833)  - married, in 1825, Louisa Maria, daughter of John Lloyd Williams, esq., and left children.]  of Old Square Lincolns Inn in London Esquire serjeant at law and the Rev. Thomas Francis GREEN of Killranlegh [Kilranelagh, Parish Kilranelagh, Barony Upper Talbotstown] in the county of Wicklow aforesaid clerk of the 6th part. WITNESS: William WRIGHT and Robert COURTNEY both of the city of Dublin solicitors Joseph DIXON [SEAL] William JACKSON [SEAL] Ann JACKSON [SEAL] Robert SHAW [SEAL] William page [SEAL] Hannah SHAW [SEAL] Alicia SHAW [SEAL] Esther SHAW [SEAL] signed and sealed in presence of William WRIGHT Robert COURTNEY he delivered said deed and memorial to Walter GLASSCOCK Esquire appointed register at his office Kings Inn buildings Henrietta St the 27th day of April 1836 at or near the hour of before 1:00 o'clock in the afternoon of said day

SEE;  Morley SAUNDERS

SEE: JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass.

SEE: D. 24,155-60 National Library. Six deeds relating to property at Cumber, King's Co., and concerning Morley Saunders and Robert Jackson, with a few associated notes, 1724 - 1802. . In Misc Docs in Kings Co. JACKSONs

1

1836

10

73

 

Moylin, City of Limerick & Co. Tipperary

JACKSON

JACKSON, George & Lydia  - GLOSTER, Arthur

 

1836

10

231

1831 June 1

Shortstone, Co. Louth

BAILLIE

BAILLIE, Robert-DARBY, Jonathon 1833-1839

Between Robert BAILLIE of Shortstone, Co Louth of 1st part & Rev Jonathon [Lonett?] DARLEY of Acton Glebe, Co Armagh of other pt. ... granted to DARLEY 205A 2R.

 

1836

11

121

1836 Jun 13

Butterfield Lane, Co. Dublin, B. Newcastle

JACKSON

JACKSON & ors-SHAW

JACKSON, John -SHAW, Esther

Image 287

John JACKSON of Rathmines, Co. Dublin Gent & acting executor of Judith AHNUTY late of Rathfarmhan, Co. Dublin widow deceased of 1st pt…other names ... KIRKWOODs of 2nd pt… Esther SHAW of Rathfarnham Co Dublin spinster of 3rd pt. Reciting indenture of Assignment 30 Apr 1793 btw Letitia AHMUTY of Rathfarnham Co. Dublin widow since deceased and one of the executors of Townly AHMUTY late of City of Dublin Merchant deceased of 1 pt & Judith AHMUTY (as above) of other pt. … for sum of £328 the said John JACKSON Thomas ARTHUR Ahmuty KIRKWOOD, Thomas KIRKWOOD and Judith Mary his wife and Margaret Letitia KIRKWOOD and every one of them … conveyed to Esther SHAW a field in Butterfield Lane 3a and bounded on the North by the road, on the south by Mr. MOLONY’s fields, on the West by a road leading to MOLONY’s fields and on the East by field late said Letitia AHMETY’s formerly demised to Hon George JOCELYN and house and garden in rere of Letitia AHMUTY’s Coach House bounded on the North by a small garden and Turrett belonging to said House on the South by the road leading to the Strand on the West by the Mill Race leading from the Corn Mill to SLATER’s Paper Mills and on the East by the aforesaid Coach House as formerly demised to William DRUMGOOLE … WITNESS: Robert ARTHUR of Lower Dominick St City of Dublin Attorney & Frederick JACKSON of Rathmines Road son of John JACKSON

NOTE: I do not have proof, but it is possible that Esther SHAW was the daughter of Robert SHAW & Hannah JACKSON both of Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow.

 

1836

11

123

1836 Jun 13

Moy, Co. Tyrone Charlemount, Co. Armagh, B. Newcastle

JACKSON

Image 288

Btw William JACKSON Merchant then of Moy, Co. Tyrone, merchant of 1 pt & Robert HALLIDAY of Belfast, Co. Antrim., merchant…. JACKSON made over to HALLIDAY land in Charlemont, Co. Armagh Houses & land in Charlemount, Co. Armagh for sum of £127.5 with interest. WITNESS: Cornelius Carlton DAVIDSON of Moy, Co. Tyrone Gent Attorney & John CAULFIELD of Charlemont.& Cornelius Carlton BOOMER the younger & William ANDERSON

 

1836

11

280

1836 Jun 13

Clonbrogan, Co. Tipperary, B. Middlethird

JACKSON

JACKSON, George – CLARKE, Patrick

Image 394

BTW George JACKSON of Mount Pleasant Co. Tipperary Esq. of 1st pt; William Cooper CRAWFORD of Rapla Co. Tipperary Esq of 2nd pt; Patrick CLARKE of #17 Kildare St City of Dublin Esq. of 3rd pt. … in consideration of £1,400 granted lands of Clanbrogan & part of lands of Curraghscarteen formerly in possession of James DWYER … [reciting Court case]

 

1836

12

7

1833-1839

Anne Street, Shankill, Belfast

COULTER

COULTER, Catherine-WELISTER, Ann

 

1836

14

29

 

St. Stevens Green, City of Dublin, Parish of St. Peter

JACKSON

JACKSON, Allan – BONSOL, John

 

1836

14

159

1833-1839

York Steet, City? Parish St. Peter

COULTER

COULTER, John- HENRY, James

 

1836

15

80

1836 Aug 16

Drumcanver

LESLIE, Nathaniel & OLIVER, David, Joseph, Benjamin

Deed of assignment between Nathaniel LESLIE of Leslie Hall in Co. Armagh, Gent of the one part Joseph OLIVER & Benjamin OLIVER both of Ballyrea in Co. Armagh Gent of the second part. OLIVERs sold to David LESLIE part of the town and lands of Drumcanver formerly in possession of William LESLIE deceased & thereto held & enjoyed by Nathanial LESLIE in Manor of Loghey [Toghey?] Barony & Co. of Armagh 35 acres 2 r 30p in possession of Camack & Henry Mahallam. Witness Bernard McCARTEN & Thomas REILLY, Co. Monaghan.

 

1836

15

262

1836 Sep 27

Tullyhubart, Co. Down, Barony of Castlereagh

JACKSON

JACKSON, Margaret – CARLISLE, Hugh

Margaret ABERNATHY orse JACKSON of Balycreely Co Down widow of James ABERNATHY of Ballycreely farmer…. Catherine CARLISLE ors CLARK….

16d

1836

16

9

1836 Aug 2

Cromwellstown, Co. Kildare, B. So Salt

JACKSON

JACKSON, Henry V. – GALWAY, William

 Btw Catherine PEARSON orse READ of Glasnevin, Co. Dublin, widow of 1st part; Henry Vincent JACKSON of City of Dublin Attorney at Law of 2nd pt & William GALWEY of Baggot St, Dublin of 3rd pt reciting that Catherin PEARSON alias READ  by virtue of will of  r[?] PEARSON her father

1

1836

19

125

 

Armagh

JACKSON

Richard JACKSON Trustees & Sir George JACKSON

 

1836

20

113

1836 Nov 3

Kings

JACKSON

Francis, Anne & George Ballybritt, Barony Ballybritt

Image 276

BTW Francis JACKSON of Killavilla [Killavilla, Parish Roscrea, Barony Ballybritt], Kings Co. Eq & Ann his wife of 1st pt. George JACKSON of Killavilla eldest son of 2nd pt Joseph JONES of Cecil St Limerick, Co. Limerick Esq & Elizabeth JONES daughter of said Joseph of 3rd pt; Joseph JONES of Cline Limerick, Co. Limerick & James JACKSON of Killavilla Esq of 4th pt & William LEDGER of City of Limerick Esq. and George BENNETT of Sorrillhill Co. Tipperary of 4th pt. Reciting that a marriage to be had btw George JACKSON and Elizabeth JONES and upon that treaty Francis JACKSON in consideration of love for his son George JACKSON conveyed land to John Joseph JONES and James JACKSON in trust … sum £2,000 to said George JACKSON by said Joseph JONES as marriage portion … lands of Ballybritt [Ballybritt , Parish Aghancon, Barony Ballybritt], Francroft [ [Fancroft, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt]]and Glassluen [probably Glascloon, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Clonlisk] containing 900a and also the tithes of the lands of Fancroft and the Glebe lands of Ballybritt containing 14a and also part of Fancroft [Fancroft, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt] containing 57a arable and 3a coarse meadow together with boggs and marshes and commons belonging so conveyed to him by deeds 23 Jan 1833 and 20 July 1835 all lands in Barony Ballybritt, Kings Co. to hold unto the said John Joseph JONES and James JACKSON in trust for said Francis JACKSON and after the marriage to George JACKSON for his natural life … life of his mother Anne JACKSONFrancis JACKSON [SEAL] George JACKSON [SEAL] WITNESS: James WORRELL Thomas St City of Limerick solicitor & Thomas R. TROUSDALL of Georges St City of Limerick wine merchant NOTE: JACKSONs of Ballyboy, Kings Co. aka Offaly

 

1836

22

196

 

Backlane Birr

BREAKEY

BREAKY, Robt-Drought

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

19/12/1836. Robert BREAKEY, Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co.  Two brothers: John & Francis.

x

1837

3

44

1836 Dec 1

Armagh

JACKSON

William JACKSON-John CLARK. Charlemont

Image 427

BTW William JACKSON of Moy, Co. Tyrone, Merchant of 1st pt; Robert HALIDAY of Belfast, Merchant of 2nd pt; John CLARK jr Gent of Corr & Dunavalley Co. Armagh of 3rd pt. … reciting John CLARKE jr paid yearly rent to John JACKSON the Grantor in deed of Assignment 13 Apr 1832 for and during life of John JACKSON’s natural life … WITNESS: James SLOAN of Moy, Co. Tyrone, Merchant & John William HANNA of Charlemont Co. Armagh . William JACKSON [SEAL]

 

1837

3

112

 

Tofsee Cremone

BREAKEY

MILLS (includes McCULLAGH & BREAKEY)  

BREAKEY, Wm-Goudy, John

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

11/2/1837. Reference to William BREAKEY, USA.

X

1837

5

195

1837 Mar 18

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 371

BTW Robert William LANG of City of Dublin, Merchant of 1 pt & Very Rev James Edward JACKSON of the Deanery near City of Armagh, Co. Armagh, Clerke, Rector of Parish of Armagh of other pt. RE: Indenture of Lease 23 Oct 1814 and renewal 19 Dec 1835 lands containing 1r1p English Statute Measure had then been enclosed and attached to the Church Yard or Burying Ground of Church of St. Mark in Parish of Armagh … sum of £50 paid to LANG by Rev James Edward JACKSON, portion of townland of Drumart & Barrack Hill called the Town Parks containing 1r1p as now enclosed as part of the Church Yard …

NOTE: Very Rev. James Edward JACKSON (1777-1841). His wife was Lydia JACKSON (1787-1870) of Co. Tyrone, dau of Thomas JACKSON & Lydia EYRE.

 

1837

6

161

1833-1839

Hollywood, Co. Down, B. Castlereagh

COULTER

COULTER, Robert-POWER, John

 

1837

7

122

1837 Mar 16

Armagh

JACKSON

Robert JACKSON- CARSON Ballybrawley, Barony Armagh, Co. Armagh.

Image 90

BTW Robert William JACKSON of Armagh, Co. Armagh, Esq. of 1st pt Samuel KNIPE of Ballybrawly Co. Armagh farmer & tenant of Robert William JACKSON for his holdings in Ballybrawy of 2nd pt & John CARSON of Roscommon, Co. Roscommon of 3rd pt. Robert William JACKSON was possessed of lands of Ballybrawly with other lands mentioned by lease from Lord Archbishop of Armagh and Samuel KNIPE was tenant of 46a at yearly rent of £21.12.6 and that Robert William JACKSON was indebted to John CARSON £256.13.8 so KNIPE became tenant of CARSON … WITNESS: John QUIN of City of Armagh Gent & Attorney & J. McKINSTRY of City of Armagh Esq. J. CARSON [SEAL]

 

1837

8

207

 

Backlane Birr

BREAKEY

BREAKEY, Rbt-Callwell, Natt

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

4/5/1837. Robert BREAKEY, Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co. Two witnesses: Obadiah BREAKEY and John BREAKEY, both Birr.

x

1837

10

56

1837 May 24

Laragh

OLIVER, William & Joseph

OLIVER, William & Joseph - Belfast Bank

Wm. OLIVER of Laragh, Co. Monaghan Gent & Joseph OLIVER of Laragh, son of William Gent of the one part & [3 directors] Belfast Banking Company for £450.13.11 secured by 50 acres of the townland of Laragh adjoining the western of the two mills erected by Joseph, William & Benjamin OLIVER & as formerly laid off by them and formerly in the actual possession of the said William OLIVER bounded on the north by the road to Castleblayney on the south by the mill race and on the east by the other of the said bleachmills and greens and on the west by the other part of the townland of Laragh [?] in the possession of the said Joseph, William and Benjamin OLIVER and also 5 acres 3 roods and 29 ½ of bog situate and being in the said townland of Laragh & Clonecarrow and also all that and those 15 acres adjoining the [?] of said two mills. [more description]

 

1837

11

185

1837 June 12

Laragh

OLIVER, William - Joseph

OLIVER- Ulster Bank

See 1837-10-56. This is another Laragh mortgage this time with the Ulster Bank for £510 for the same lands.

 

1837

15

261

 

Tyrone

JACKSON

William JACKSON -Robert HALLIDAY

 

1837

17

10

1818 Jan 31

Kings

JACKSON, William

Image 215

Marriage Settlement of Jeremiah HANKS the younger eldest son of Joseph HANKS of Buckingham St., Dublin and in 1791 of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co. who married Mary Anne PURCELL daughter of Sarah PURCELL  His father Joseph HANKS had married Elizabeth BOARDMAN daughter of Joseph BOARDMAN of Jonestown [Jonestown, Parish Ballymacwilliam, Barony Warrenstown], Kings Co. John BOARDMAN and William JACKSON were both parties to the 1791 Marriage Settlement. SEE: ROD: 780-304-528239

Hunch: Elizabeth BOARDMAN was the daughter of Joseph BOARDMAN of Ballygurtain, Kings Co. & Anne WHITE or of that Joseph BOARDMAN’s father: Joseph BOARDMAN who died abt 1742 of Clonore, Kings Co.

 

1837

17

52

1837 Sep 15

Lisdrumard

OLIVER

Btw Rev Joseph LEATHLY Clke of Kilmore, Co. Westmeath of the 1 pt & William OLIVER & Thomas OLIVER both of Lisdrumard, Co. Armagh, personal representatives of Benjamin OLIVER late of Lisdrumard… reciting earlier deed Jul 11 1782 btw Roger FORDE since deceased of the 1 pt &  Peter GERVAISE of Armagh Esq. since deceased, demised to Peter GERVAISE part of Lisdrumard with one acre of turf bog formerly held by Thomas HAYES plus 61 acres 2r English Statute Measure  form Nov 1 1780 for 21 years at annual rent of 15 pounds 7s 6p… the title of Roger FORDE became vested in Rev. Joseph Ford LEATHLY with benefit of renewal in lease of 1782 July 11 and was then legally vested in the said William OLIVER and Thomas OLIVER … William OLIVER and Thomas OLIVER agreed to purchase price of 200 pounds subject to the yearly rent of 21 pounds 14s 10p. NOTE: Lisdrumard. is on the border of Magherkilcranny. William & Thomas were sons of Benjamin OLIVER (1765-1831)

LDS

1837

18

16

1837 Oct 2

Louth

Dublin

Armagh

JACKSON

Rev Elias THACKERY-Alexander JACKSON

Image 434

BTW Rev Elias THACKERY of Louth Glebe Co. Louth Clerk, George FOSTER of Coolderry Co. Monaghan Esq & Lennox BIGGER of Dundalk, Co. Louth of 1st pt. James EASTWOOD of Castletown Co. Louth Esq and Louisa EASTWOOD orse DAWSON his wife of 2nd pt & Alexander JACKSON of Gardiner’s Place Co. Dublin Medical Doctor of 3rd pt. Reciting … confirmed to Alexander JACKSON in his actual possession by virtue of a sale townlands of Ballynaclose, Ballynagheragh, Dunreavey, Cortresla and the fairs held thereon and customs duties of Carnally, Kiltalo & Lisletrim can Carnoly in Barony of Fews Co. Armagh. Also townlands of Ballymaglane in Barony Ferrard Co. Louth & two houses on east side of Shop St in Town of Drogheda which were demised by Graves CHAMNEY of Platton Co. Meath Esq. to John EASTWOOD of Castletown  and Thomas EASTWOOD of Dundalk by lease 1 Sept 1782 & plot of land opposite the Strand near the saltworks formerly held by Hough BRENNAN containing 80’ in front & rere and extending back North to South 350’ and bounded on South by Parliament Sq. on the North by road leading to the Strand on the West by holding formerly in possession of Michael WATERS and on the East by a Store House and yard formerly held by Mathew Beresford TAYLOR in Corporation Dundalk Co. Louth. And part of tenement in market place of Lurgan formerly called Winters Tenement containing 42’ in south side of town bounded by tenement formerly leased to Robert HODGSON on the South East side on part of the Glebe of Shankill at the Town end and on the Tenement formerly leased to Christopher WILSON on the South East side in Manor of Brownslow Derryand Co. Armagh & also park of land lying on the Great Road leading from Dundalk to Castleblayney being part of the lands Farrendreg 6a 2r 21p and that part of the lands of Castletown south of said road leading from Dundalk to Castleblayney called Tate Stra or the Lower Tate or Mount Lands with the field called the Church Park and a strip of land adjoining called McENTAGGARTs holding containing in the whole 53a 3r 5p and also plott of ground on the said Great Road leading from Dundalk to Castleblayney on which Peter RODDY formerly built 3 cabins being part of the lands of Castletown Bellew containing in length along said road 300’ and in depth 110’ and also all the Barn field in Farrendrag 6a 1r 30p Irish Plantation Measure in Barony Dundalk, Co. Louth … and also part of Lands of Casteltown Bellew 36a in Upper Half Barony of Dundalk Co. Louth which was granted in fee form by Robert SIBTHORPE to John EASTWOOD by deed 31 Mar 1780 … sum of £5,000 plus interest … WITNESS: William BARKER of Georges Place & Robert MAXWELL of Middle Gardiner both in Co. Dublin. James EASTWOOD [SEAL]

 

1837

18

233

1837 Oct 20

Dublin

Sligo

JACKSON

Image 583

Deed of Assignment btw John JACKSON formerly a Lieutenant in his Majesty’s Royal; Cornwall Regiment of Militia and now of the City of Dublin a Captain in his Majesty’s Service of the 1st pt; Bridget JACKSON orse POWELL his wife of the 2nd pt & Jacob POWELL jr of City of Dublin Esq. of 3rd pt.  John JACKSON had sold re: £500 lands on north side of Lissakelly [probably Lislahelly, Parish Drumcliff]] re-trenched by David [?] 475 acres and lands on north east part of Glencarbery [Glencarbury, Parish Drumcliff] towards the Mountain retrenched by Robert PARKE 290 acres and Lonanetty now or formerly called Coologabey [Coolagraffy,?] retrenched by Anthony ORMSBY 434 acres all which said lands contain in whole 1,199 acres plantation measure in Barony Carberry [Carbury], Co. Sligo … settled to John JACKSON on his intermarriage with Bridget JACKSON bearing date 8 April 1813 as marriage portion … made over to said Jacob POWELL sum of 100 pounds bequeathed to her the said Bridget JACKSON by the will of her uncle James JACKSON Esq. dated 6 July 1822 … James JACKSON [SEAL] Bridget JACKSON [SEAL] WITNESS: Laurence P PARKE & Thomas ROSBOROUGH.

NOTE: Could he be a brother of Mathew Henry JACKSON of Edenderry who married Hannah POWELL?

NOTE: These are the same lands mentioned in ROD: 47-493-31620 in Aug 27, 1719.

Lislahelly borders the following other townlands:

Ballynagalliagh to the north

Cloonderry to the south

Cloonmull to the west

Collinsford to the south

Creaghadoo to the east

Gortnaleck to the north

Slievemore to the north

 

1837

19

 16

1837 Oct 28

Dublin

Longford

JACKSON, John

Image 18

JACKSON-John PEMBERTON

John JACKSON of Rathmines Esq. Co Dublin. Many lands in Longford. WITNESS: Frederick JACKSON of Rathmines, Dublin, Gent. NOTE: For more detail of lands see: ROD: 1837-20-277

 

1837

19

42

 

Aghavilla

 

GODLEY, John – O’BRIEN. Rev HENRY [No JACKSON or Aughaville]

 

1837

19

57

1837 Sep 14

Silverhill

M’LOUGHLIN

M’LOUGHLIN-McCANN NOTES in 2009 diary

John M’LOUGHLAN of Silverhill, Co. Louth  farmer. Rudolph SMITH of Drogheda had demised to Judith REYNOLDS lands called Hachlim, Co. Louth 173 acres, Parish of Rildermark, Barony of Ardeau, Co. Louth (lots more details) reciting that a marriage was to be had between John M’LOUGHLAN & Mary REYNOLDS (daughter of Judith).

 

1837

19

91

1837 Oct 23

Tyrone

BROWNE

BROWNE-MAYNE NOTES in 2009 diary

Robert BROWNE of Terlurgan, Co. Tyrone Gent, eldest son & heir at law of Robert BROWNE of Terlugan, Gent, will annexed of 1st part Thomas BROWNE, Jane BROWNE, Elizabeth BROWNE, Charlotte BROWNE, the only other children of said Robert BROWNE ... George BROWNE of Derganagh, Co. Tyrone Gent of 4th part reciting indenture 4 Apr 1697 between James MOORE then of Aughnacloy, Co. Tyrone Esq ... DOUGLAS family details .... lease to James BROWNE of Terlugan, Co. Tyrone, Gent (his son was Robert BROWNE) ... Thomas BROWNE, also son of Robert..

 

1837

19

103

 

 

BARTLEY

BARTLEY-LEETON  

x

1837

20

277

1837 Oct 23

Co. Longford

Co. Westmeath

JACKSON

Image 409

BTW. John JACKSON of Rathmines Park Co. Dublin Esq. of 1st pt John PEMBERTON of Kingstown Co. Dublin Esq. of 2nd pt & William Westropp BRERETON City of Dublin Barrister of 3rd pt. reciting indenture 7 Jul 1836 btw Samuel Winsley BLACKHALL of Coolamber [?] Co. Longford Esq. of 1st pt & John PEMBERTON of 2nd pt & John JACKSON of 3rd pt the said Samuel Winsley BLACKALL for sum of 1,100 granted to John PEMBERTON payable on lands … transferred to John JACKSON all the Manor town and lands of Collamber orse Coolamber Coolbregan orse Coolnegan and part of town and lands of Lisnecaffy orse Lisnacaffy Feaghnomaddy Aghonevoggue orse Aghanaboggie orse Aghanvaggy which lie in the north east of the road leading from FLOOD’s holdings to the Mass houses in Barony of Moy parish & County Westmeath & town and lands of Castle Nugent orse Blitoge orse Blightoge orse Blighloge part of Feeahan Clonkin orse Cloneagh orse Clonker orse Clonvagh Treaghan orse Freeghman Corry orse Curry orse Currybeg orse Currymore Money Halloghan orse Moneyhallehone orse Moneyhallaghan orse Moneyhallighan Collamber orse Coolamber orse Coolember beg Freghan orse Fregahane Ballyow orse Ballow all in Barony Ardagh Co. Longford … more lands in Barony Granard, Co. Longford …

 

1837

21

33

 

Tipperary

JACKSON

John A. JACKSON- George

Seems to be wrong # Image 451

1837

1837

21

34

 

Tipperary

JACKSON

George JACKSON-John A

Seems to be wrong # Image 452

 

1837

21

167

1833-1839

Church St., Belfast

COULTER

COULTER, Richard-GRAHAM, Mary

 

1837

22

96

1837 Dec 11

Longford

JACKSON

Image 70

BTW Rev. Francis Thornton GREGG of Ballynahon Co. Longford Clerk. Of 1st pt. John JACKSON of Rathmines Road Co. Dublin Esq. of 2nd pt. … lands of Rathollard commonly called Oldtown containing 100a in Barony Ardagh Co. Longford & town and lands of Derrydarragh with the bog Barony Rathclin Co. Longford …

 

1838

2

50

1838 Jan 7

Armagh

Louth

Drogheda

JACKSON

Rev. Elias THACKERY & ors – Alexander JACKSON

Image 211

NOTE: See: ROD: 1837-18-16-460 for much of the same detail.

 

1838

2

290

1836 May 24

Tyrone

JACKSON

James JACKSON – Thomas EYRE

Image 263

James Eyre JACKSON of Tullydoey, Co. Tyrone Esq. of 1 pt & Thomas EYRE of Tulltdooey Esq. of other pt. ... Water Mills in town of Benburb and Land, Houses [?] and Orchard containing 15a3r25p also the Water Mill on Lands of Drummond commonly called Lyerla Mill with 15a land  & fishery of River Blackwater… part of Townland Drumflugh 5a6p  from Thomas EYRE …lands and Mills in Parish Clonfeacle, Barony Dungannon & tolls … for lives of Thomas TWIGG son to John TWIGG of Roughan Esq & said James Eyre JACKSON (party thereto) son of Thomas JACKSON …

NOTE: James Eyre JACKSON (Bef 1805-1862) was son of Thomas JACKSON (1740-1805) & Lydia EYRE (1760-1852)

 

1838

3

124

 

Tipperary

JACKSON

MANNIN Co Tipperary & George JACKSON of same...-JACKSON

Catherine JACKSON of Mount pleasant

 

1838

3

125

1833-1839

Cavananore

BRADFORD

BRADFORD, Thomas-DICKIE, Robert  wrong number

x

1838

3

130

1837 Aug 18

 

BROWNE

BROWNE & ors

Rev John BROWNE of Cheltenham & Maria Judith BROWNE otherwise HAMILTON his wife of 1st part & James HAMILTON the younger of Coolmount, Co Monaghan....Dacre HAMILTON dec’d....

 

1838

4

120

1833-1839

Gregg’s Lane, City of Dublin

COULTER

COULTER, John-WHARTON, John

 

1838

5

48

1834 May 6

Carnbeg

COULTER

COLEMAN-COULTER

1834 May 6 NAMES: Peter COLEMAN of Dundalk; Robert COULTER of Dundalk; Thomas COLEMAN of Dundalk; Thomas READ; Dr. HAMILTON; Major BROWNE; Robert BROWNE; Rev. Elias THACKERY; James PARK OF DUNDALK; James ROWAN; John TOWNLEY.

d

1838

5

49

 

 

COULTER

COLEMAN-COULTER similar to above

x

1838

5

109

1833-1839

Stump, Co. Louth

COULTER

COULTER, Thomas-DICKIE, Thomas  

x

1838

5

111

1833-1839

Dowdalls Hill, Co. Louth

COULTER

COULTER, Samuel-DONALDSON, Alexander  

1838 March 10 NAMES: Samuel COULTER of Molesworth; Alexander DONALDSON of Philipstown; Humphry STEVENSON; Joseph COULTER of Dowdalls Hill; DOWDALL; QUIGLEY; GEMON; FITZSIMMON; Samuel COULTER of Kingstown, Dublin; Thomas Elder FLEURY of Dublin; Walter GLASSCOCK. OTHER PLACES: Dowdalls Hill.

d

1838

6

53

 

 

BAILLIE

RAIT-CHAPMAN  

x

1838

8

16

1833-1839

Cortnaliona, Co. & City Cork

BRADFORD

BRADFORD, Wm Revd-HARDY, John Revd

 

1838

8

16

1833-1839

Cortnaliorna, Co. & City Cork

BRADFORD

BRADFORD, Martha-HARDY, John Revd

 

1838

8

178

1833-1839

 

COULTER

COULTER, Sarah-COULTER, Robert  

x

1838

8

266

1833-1839

York St, City of Dublin

COULTER

COULTER, John-WHARTON, John

COULTER, Sarah E.=WHARTON, John

 

1838

9

87

1833-1839

Killen, Co. Louth

Diamond, City Dublin

COULTER

COULTER, Thomas-COULTER, Robert  

COULTER, John E-WHARTON, John

x

1838

9

253

1833-1839

Castlecarragh, Co. Louth, B. Dundalk

COULTER

COULTER, Thomas-COULTER, Robert  

x

1838

10

54

 

 

BIRCH

WOOLSEY-BIRCH  

x

1838

10

70

1833-1839

Tullyniskie, Co Down, B. L. Iveagh

GILLMER

GILLMER, James B-WAUGH, Hugh  

GILLMER, Eliza J-WAUGH, Hugh

GILLMER, Catherine S-WAUGH, Hugh

GILLMER, John-WAUGH, Hugh

GILLMER, Mary-WAUGH, Hugh

x

???

1838

10

110

1833-1839

Diamond, City Dublin

COULTER

COULTER, Sarah E.-WHARTON, John

 

1838

13

50

1833-1839

Gt. George St, Belfast

BRADFORD

BRADFORD, James-ATKINSON, Richard

 

1838

16

5

1833-1839

Tray,

BAILLIE

BAILLIE, William-CAMPBELL, Hugh BAILIE-DeGUERRIN Marriage Article  

1838 August 15 NAMES: William BAILEY of Annaghvackey; Adelaide Louisa de GUERIN of Armagh; Hugh CAMPBELL of Warrenpoint; James CARLOW of Armagh; John STANLEY jr. of Armagh; Robert RIDDELL of Armagh; William BLAIR. OTHER PLACES: Tray aka Trea.

d

1838

20

287

1838 Jan 11

Sligo

JACKSON

Thomas JACKSON-James JACKSON

Image 419

BTW Thomas JACKSON late of Gurtlarnan [possibly Gurteenakeerin, Co. Leitrim or Gortlownan, Parish Killerry, Barony Tirerrill, Co. Sligo] Co. Leitrim but now of Lavally Lavally Co. Sligo Gent of 1 pt & James JACKSON of Lavally [[Lavally] Parish Killeney [Killerry] of Tiarally [Tirerrill] Co. Sligo Farmer of other pt. Thomas JACKSON was seized and possessed part of Lugdoon Lugdoon [Parish Templeboy, Barony Tireragh] containing 21 acres plantation measure and for natural love and affection and sum of 5 shillings paid to him granted lands to James JACKSON and assigns for lives in original lease in Parish Temple boy [Templeboy,] Barony Tireragh Co. Sligo. WITNESS: George JACKSON Gent & William ACHESON of [Cave]town farmers Co. Sligo. Witness of Memorial by George JACKSON farmer, aged upwards of 20 years & Patrick KELLY of Sligo, Co. Sligo writing clerk

SEE: Descendants of Thomas JACKSON of Co. Sligo

 

1838

11

136

1837 Dec 12

Kings

PUREFOY

Clonbulloge B Coolestown

Image 286

BTW James Robert PUREFOY of Banagher Kings Co. & Brinsley PUREFOY and Richard PUREFOY of Bachelors Walk City of Dublin Esq. 1st 4th & 5th sons of the late Rev Thomas PUREFOY of Banagher Clerk deceased of 1 pt & William Alexander PUREFOY of City of Dublin Barrister 2nd son of said Thomas PUREFOY. Reciting that James Robert PUREFOY, Brinsley PUREFOY & Richard PUREFOY for consideration of making a further provision for William Alexander PUREFOY in addition to will of his father the said Thomas PUREFOY the rents of the unsold part of Manor of Castle Town and lands of Clonbulloge and Clonivore otherwise Purefoy’s Place and also lands of Clankeen in Barony Castletown Kings Co. to be paid to William Alexander PUREFOY for his natural life and the promise that William Alexander PUREFOY would provide annuity to Mary PUREFOY otherwise RIDGEWAY then the wife of said William Alexander PUREFOY. WITNESS: Thomas [St. FLEETWOOD] of City of Dublin Esq & Memorial WITNESS: George P. PUREFOY of Banagher. James R. PUREFOY [SEAL]

 

1838

16

199

1837 Dec 27

Kings

PUREFOY, Richard

Clonbulloge B Coolestown

Image 146

BTW Samuel RIDGEWAY of Aghanville Kings Co. & Richard PUREFOY of City of Dublin Esq. of 1st pt William Alexander PUREFOY of City of Dublin Barrister & Mary PUREFOY otherwise RIDGEWAY his wife of 2nd pt & James Robert PUREFOY of Banagher Kings Co. Esq eldest son and devisee of Rev. Thomas PUREFOY late of Banagher clerk deceased of 3rd pt. Reciting a deed of settlement 31 Mar 1836 made on the marriage of William Alexander PUREFOY with Mary RIDGEWAY where Thomas PUREFOY father of William Alexander PUREFOY devised part of the Manor Castle Lands called Clonbullogue and Clonmore otherwise Purefoys Place and also lands of Clonkeen in Kings Co. … WITNESS: William TRACY of Summer Hill City of Dublin Solicitor & George PUREFOY of Banagher, Kings Co.

 

1838

22

6

1838 Oct 25

Tyrone

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH Marriage Settlement  

NAMES: Rev. Andrew McCULLAGH aka McCULLOGH of Caledon; Marianne FISHER of Caledon; Robert McCULLOGH of Killnamuddy; Thomas McCARTER of Newbliss; Robert FISHER of Monree; Robert HAWTHORNE of Tandregee; Sarah FISHER of Monree; Richard TROTTER.

d

1839

1

74

 

Kings

JACKSON

George JACKSON & daughters Frances, Isabella & James (Jane?) JACKSON Crinkill, Kings Co.

Seems to be wrong # -Memorial #74 is at Image 47

 

1839

6

18

1839 Mar 13

Killen, Co. Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, John, Robert, Joseph, Eliza-DICKIE -1839 NOTE: This was in ROD under 1834-unk-018 – my error.  

Marriage Articles between Matthew PATTESON of Dundalk, woollen draper of 1st part & Robert DICKIE of Roachdale, John Thomas DICKIE of Clonaleenan, Robert DICKIE jr. of Killen & Rev Joseph DICKIE of Rathfriland, Co. Down executors named in will of James DICKIE late of Killen, Esq, dec’d of 2nd part. Eliza DICKIE of Killan, spinster, daughter of James DICKIE ...  1833

x

1839

9

87

 Co. Longford

COULTER

COULTER-DONALDSON  

x

1839

9

107

1839 Feb 1

 

 

Image 59

Joseph Devonshire JACKSON Esq.  re trustees of LENNON.

 

1839

10

25

1839 Apr 16

Mayo

Sligo

Donegal

JACKSON

Image 212

BTW George Vaughan JACKSON of Carramore, Co. Mayo Esq, rev. Arthur PEARSON of Springfield Co. Essex, England Clerk & Richard GROOM of Cavandish Sq. Co. Middlesex Esq. trustees of term of 1000 years created by will of Rt. Hon Arthur SAUNDERS Earl of Arran of 1st pt. Caroline GORE otherwise HALES of Wilton Crescent, Middlesex wido of 2nd pt; Francis GORE of Derrymore Co. Clare Esq and Joseph GORE of same place surviving trustees names in indenture of settlement 28 May 1798 of 3rd pt. Reciting that Arthur SAUNDERS in will dated 2 Aug 1836 devised all Manors Castles towns… in Co. Wexford, Mayo, Sligo & Donegall … to use of George Vaughan JACKSON, Arthur PEARSON & Richard GROOM … to raise  28,500 pounds applied to  Francis GORE & Joseph GORE trustees of settlement of Caroline GORE orse HALES to lend them …. [many lands mentioned incl Manor of Castlegore, lands in Co. Mayo & Shanaghy orse Arduaree & Corambly in Barony Tyrawley, Co. Sligo, also lands in Co. Donegal ] … WITNESS: Richard MURDOCK of Eccles St., Co. Dublin solicitor & Henry HILL of #3 Henrietta St Cavandish Sq., London

 

1839

10

110

1839 May 11

Killen, Co. Louth

COULTER

COULTER-COULTER  

1839 May 11 NAMES: Dr. Thomas COULTER of Dublin; Robert COULTER of Dundalk; Charles [LYNAM?]; J.H. RANSON of Dundalk; John PURCELL; A. WILSON. OTHER PLACES: Killeen aka Killen and part of Kane called The Stump; Ballinshull aka Bailinfuil.

d

1839

11

181

1838 Nov 17

Armagh

JACKSON

Robert William JACKSON – Jacob BARRETT Lanagher

Image 527

BTW Silvester QUIN Of City & co. Armagh Esq of 1st pt Robert William JACKSON of City & Co. Armagh Esq. Barrister of 2nd pt. Jacob BARRETT of City & Co. Armagh Gent of 3rd pt. Reciting sum of £500 to Silvester Quin paid by Robert William JACKSON … reciting MTG 24 Jan 1832 and Bond Collateral on lands of Lanagher, Agherwillen, Aghergallagh, Beromine, Tullymore orse Aughalin and Carricktrudden in Co. Armagh also one townland of Bayllyhawley in Parish & Co. Armagh also quarter of Townland of Mullaghbrack in Co. Armagh the Water mill and lands of Tanderagee the tate and lands of Armaghbreagagh the tate and lands of Tullynagin and the half Tate of Tullybrone in Co. Armagh the third part of lands of Teeanore the lands of Tullyglush which said lands of Tullyglush are in the Parish of Keady, Barony & Co. Armagh  … for lives … WITNESS: John QUIN Of City of Armagh solicitor Esq. Henry MacKEE solicitor N. WALKER Gent both of City of Dublin.

 

1839

14

220

1839 Jul 17

Armagh

JACKSON

Sir George JACKSON & Richard JACKSON – Archibald Murdock

Image 581

Rt Rev Nathaniel ALEXANDER Bishop of Meath of 1st pt; Sir George JACKSON of Forkhill Co. Armagh Bart of 2nd pt; Trustees of the Charitable Donations of Richard JACKSON late of Forkhill Co. Armagh Esq. deceased Incorporated by Act of Parliament of 3rd pt Alexander MURDOCK of Forkhill farmer of 4th pt … several small farms mentioned.

 

1839

14

239

1837 Apr 22

Armagh

JACKSON

Robert Lindsay MAULEVERER

Image 590

 

 

1839

17

155

1839 Aug 6

Kings

JACKSON

Image 548

One of lives: Noble JACKSON eldest son of James JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Peruke-maker. Part of land of Ballindara [aka Ballindarra and/or Ballindarra, Parish Birr, Barony Ballybritt], Parish of Birr, Barony Ballybritt, Kings Co. then in possession of Jams POE. NOTE: Need to see if Noble JACKSON was father of Rev. R. Noble JACKSON of Gloucestershire b. 1827. A Noble JACKSON married a Jane YOUNG in 1844. NOTE: There was a James JACKSON, Peruke Maker in Seething Lane, London SOURCE: London Lives.

 

1839

18

233

1838 Dec 18

Clones

Aughafin, Co. Monaghan

BROWN

BROWN, Isabella, Anne J., Mary, Margaret, James, Charlotte -  PHILLIPS 1833-1839

Between Isabella BROWNE of Crooked Holm near Kilmarnock, Scotland ; Thomas BAIRD of Crooked Holm near Kilmarnock, Scotland shoemaker Anne Jane BAIRD orse BROWN his wife; John CARSON of Crooked Holm near Kilmarnock, Scotland shoemaker & Mary CARSON orse BROWN his wife; Isabella McMAHON orse BROWN of Crooked Holm near Kilmarnock, Scotland widow; James LEONARD of Kilmarnock labourer & Margaret LEONARD orse BROWN his wife; & James & Charlotte BROWN of Crooked Holm near Kilmarnock, Scotland minors under the age of 21 all children of James BROWN of Clones, Co. Monaghan re: lands of Aughafin, Co. Monaghan, Barony of Dartry.

 

1839

18

266

1839 Oct 1

Monaghan

Down

OLIVER

OLIVER, Charles

... Charles OLIVER & Thomas OLIVER of Baltimore named as trustees in will of Robert OLIVER of Baltimore but previously of Troopersfield...Charles OLIVER eldest son & heir at law of Robert OLIVER ...... annuities for widows and children of Presbyterian ministers ...

 

1839

18

271

1839 Oct 7

Belfast

BROWN

Indented deed of assignment of trust 22 Jun 1839. Btw John BROWN the younger of Belfast 3rd son of John BROWN of same place builder and architect & John MITCHELL Gent son of Alexander MITCHELL of Belfast Esq of the other part.. BROWN to MITCHELL land in his actual possession a parcel of building ground on the south side of Chichester Street in Belfast containing in front  110 feet and in breadth in the rere 110 feet extended from front to rere 110 feet…. To confer the use and behoof of the said John BROWN party thereto and the 1/3rd pt of sd premises and to and for the use and behoof of Catherine Eliza BROWNE mother of the said John BROWN.. and to the use and behoof of Lawson Ainsley BROWN Catherine BROWNE and Thomas Henry BROWNE brotehrs and sister of the said John BROWN. The younger…

16

1839

18

287

1839 Oct 1

Monaghan

OLIVER

OLIVER, Thomas

Btw Robert Morgan GIBBS, Charles OLIVER & Thomas OLIVER all of Baltimore in the United States  Esq. Last will & Testament of Robert OLIVER of Troopersfield then of Baltimore dec’d .. lots of lands in Barony & Co Monaghan... all these and several lands and towns of Corcalin orse Corcallin Anna Martin Logan Drumganagh Mulladoe orse Blackhill orse Smithborough Coolsalagh Mullabrack Coolatty Annya Maghery Cor orse Corchan Gortenagh Clinbough Cornebade orse Balneknity with the farms and markets… in the Barony and Co of Monaghan

16

1839

19

98

1835 Feb 12

Annavackey, Co. Louth

BAILLIE

BAILLIE, John Rev-Partition  1833-1839

BAILLIE, William-Partition

NAMES: Rev. Charles ATKINSON; Robert MURPHY of Marion Sq., Dublin; Robert Ellis BAILLIE; Rev. John BALLIE of Clonaleenan; William BAILLIE of Tray, Co. Monaghan; Stewart KING; John FOSTER of Collon; Sir John Charles HAMILTON, Bart.; Sir John Stewart HAMILTON, formerly of Dublin, deceased; Frederick HAMILTON of [Dunfreath?]; Frederick HAMILTON, Esq.; Richard HEATHERINGTON; Capt. Charles GRANT; Robert BAILLIE of Shortstone; Robert DICKIE of Clonaleenan; Thomas BRADFORD & Samuel BRADFORD of Cavananore; John BUNTON; William PARKER; Arthur ELLIS; Walter GLASSCOCK.

d

1839

23

125

1839 Nov 13

 

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-BEATTY

NAMES: William McCULLAGH of Dundalk; James BEATTIE, Rev of [Knockakean?] Lodge, Co. Armagh; Samuel BRADFORD of Cavananore; Samuel BRADFORD late of Dundalk; Bridgit McKENNA; John NICHOLSON; Edward TOWNLEY; William Robert ROGERS; William HILL; John TOWNLEY; Lucas SHERLOCK.

d

1840

1

228

 

 

McCULLAGH

HORNER-MULLEN  

x

1840

2

167

1839 Oct 25

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 299

BTW rev. James Edward JACKSON Dean of Armagh of 1st pt. The Ecclesiastical Commission for Ireland of 2nd pt; Sir Mathew BLAKESTONE of Sandy Brook Hall in Derby Bart. And John Stanton ROCHFORT of Clogkennan Co. Carlow Esq of 3rd pt. Reciting indenture of demise 2 June 1838 … in consideration of £1,459.18.6 … five townlands of the two [Edenvesees?] Drumheemore, Edennappagh and Callon St in Barony Lower Fews Co. Armagh … WITNESS: John KEATING of Richmond Hill Gent

 

1840

4

104

1840 Feb 19

Co Down

 

Rev Joseph LEATHLY of Westmeath to James Sinclair MOORE of Newry. NOTE: Not of use to me.

16d

1840

4

270

 

Waterford

JACKSON

GILLMAN-George Holmes JACKSON Digital record 10131

 

1840

4

271

 

Waterford

JACKSON

JACKSON-JACKSON Digital record 10133

George Holmes JACKSON of the 1st pt; George Bennett JACKSON of the 2nd pt and Charles John SAMPSON and & John JACKSON of the 3rd pt. Reciting indenture 13 May 1837  btw George Holmes JACKSON formerly of Glenmore, Co. Waterford but then of Dol[?friog?] in the parish of Bethgelert in Co. Merioneth [?] in North Wales Esq. of 1st pt & …SAMPSON & John JACKSON to George Bennett JACKSON… all that the sum of 7,000 pounds assigned by the related indenture … ands of Ballyduffultra and of and in the lands called Balygally situate in Co. Waterford. WITNESS John HUGHES of Bangor in North Wales solicitor & Richard ROTHWELL of 65 Lower Dorset St Co Dublin.

NOTE: George Holmes JACKSON (b abt 1780) son of John JACKSON & Mary TROUGHEAR.

16d

1840

4

272

 

Waterford

JACKSON

JACKSON-FOLEY Digital record 10134

George Holmes JACKSON now of Dolfrieg parish of Bethgelent Co Minonith in North Wales Esq. and Alicia JACKSON orse ALLEN his wife. Of the 1st pt. John JACKSON of Record Office Admiralty Whithall in Co. Middlessex England Esq. oldest son heir and appointee of said George Holmes JACKSON. Of 2nd pt. and appointee od George Holmes JACKSON of 2nd pt.John Whyte MELVILLE of Mt Melville, Saint Andrews, Scotland, Co. Fife, Esq. of 3rd pt. George Melville JACKSON now a midshipman of her Majesties ship called the Fly and Jane Catherine JACKSON, Maria Louisa JACKSON Margaret JACKSON and Elizabeth JACKSON spinsters and Robert JACKSON all of Dolfrog aforesaid younger children of said George Holmes JACKSON. Of 4th pt. & Arthur REILLY of Ballysaggartmore Co Waterford of the 5th pt … for and in consideration of 8980 pounds… sold to Arthur REILLY lands of Cooleshall which said eastern division is bounded on the north by the river Araghlin on thesouth by the river Blackwater on the east by the lands of Ballysaggartmore and on the west by part of the said lands of Coolishall. In parish of Lismore Barony Coshmore and Cashbride Co Waterford.

NOTE: George Holmes JACKSON (b abt 1780) son of John JACKSON & Mary TROUGHEAR. George Holmes JACKSON must have had a 2nd wife. George Melville JACKSON was a son of 1st wife (she died in 1829) Margaret MELVILLE. SEE: JACKSONs of Waterford & Cork t

16

1840

4

273

 

Waterford

JACKSON

JACKSON-REILY Digital record 10135

George Holmes JACKSON – see above – lots of repetition.

 

1840

4

284

 

Aghaville

O’BRIEN

O’BRIEN-DEAN Digital record 10136

William Acheson O’BRIEN of Drumsilla, Co.Leitrim, eldest son of Acheson O’BRIEN of Drumsilla & Richard DEANE of Killylevlin & Juliana DEANE, spinster dau of Richard DEANE... marriage arts incl land of Aughaville... and by virtue of will of Richard IRWIN therin recited the said Wm O’BRIEN entitled to lands .... after death of father.... Juliana DANE [aka DEANE] executor of her uncle Paul DANE. NOTE: IRWIN-JACKSON connections may be of interest here.

 

1840

6

25

1840 Mar 19

Dundalk

BROWN

MARMIAN-BROWN

Deed of release btw Henry Richard MARMION Esq near Kibbereen, Co. Cork. & Elizabeth Barclay Eveans MARMION orse BROWN his wife & Rev John BROWN of Aberdeen Scotland quit claim 50 a Grange Park, Barony of Toome, Co. Antrim… also land on south side of Carrickfergus st, Belfast… formerly in possession of Charles GILLESPIE held by late John Brown dec’d father of said John BROWN BY LEASE 20 July 1767… land east side of Shankhill, Peters Hill St, town of Belfast..3 pages of deeds recited in Belfast incl on beside William BROWN, innkeeper, Belfast & one occupied by Robert JACKSON… also acreage….. John BROWN & Alan Gardener BROWN, his brother leases obtained 12 Jul 1828.

1

1840

6

31

1838 Jun 30

Dundalk, Co. Louth

BOYD

Countess of Roden-BOYD

Lots of deeds recited…. Incl Graham JOHNSTON, Dundalk…10 page deed…… incl Sportsmans Hall, Carranbeg, … tons of names incl Grace & Catherine BOYD and Margaret REID.

1

1840

8

64

1840-1849

Co Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, Robert –WALLACE  

x

1840

11

57

1840 May 14

Monaghan

BROWN

Robert BROWN-Thomas McCULLAGH

Robert BROWN of Glasgow, weaver of 1 pt & Thomas McCULLAGH of Derrivalley, Co. Monaghan, Gent.. Reciting indenture of lease 27 Dec 1796 by the late Thomas McCULLAGH of Derrivally, dec’d demised unto William BROWN since deceased all that part of the lands of Ednafirkin mentioned held to him and lives of Archibald BROWN then aged about 8 years, son of John BROWN and Samuel BROWN party thereto all of Ednafirkin and Thomas McCULLAGH party hereto then aged about ten years son of James McCULLAGH of Shantoagh.… the late William BROWN granted, set and to farm let unto his son Samuel BROWNE a certain part or portion of said lands containing 4 acres Late Irish Measure… and whereas the said Samuel BROWNE having died intestate the said Robert BROWN party hereto his only son and heir at law stands possessed of title… whereas the said Thomas McCULLAGH agreed to purchase lands from Robert BROWNE for 141 pounds 11s 6p… NOTE: complicated deed – perhaps worth ordering.

1

1840

12

127

 

Aghaville

O’BRIEN

O’BRIEN-FARRIS Digital record 10138  101-0140

Acheson O’BRIEN of Drumsill, Co. Leitrim Esq. Of 1st pt & Charles Roberts PEYTON of 2nd pt  of Castlecarrow, Co. Leitrim & Alexander FARRIS of Shannonbridge, Co. Leirim Esq ... 130 acres of Ahavilla for 99 years if O’BRIEN lives... Richard IRWIN...

 

1840

14

26

1840 Apr 6

Enagh

OLIVER

Deed of Settlement 6 April 1840 between Andrew OLIVER of Enagh , Co. Armagh Farmer of the first part Mary Jane OLIVER otherwise HAYES wife of the said Andrew OLIVER of the second part. William OLIVER jr of Killynure , Co. Armagh farmer, brother of the said Andrew OLIVER & James HAYES of Magherry Kilcranny, Co. Armagh father of the said Mary Jane OLIVER ... the trustees named by Andrew OLIVER and Mary Jane OLIVER £200 to Andrew OLIVER paid by James HAYES..

 

1840

14

126

1839 Feb 26

Tyrone

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 348

BTW John JACKSON Co. Armagh Gent of 1 pt; David BARRY of Moy, Co. Tyrone Merchant of other pt; Reciting Indenture 12 Apr 1788 Miss Mary BOYD then of City of Armagh since deceased assignee of John MARSHALL & Robert MAGILL assignees appointed under Commission of Bankruptcy issued against John BOYD and Robert BOYD demised to Nathaniel PEEBLES then of Moy since deceased parcel of ground in town of Moy containing in front 38’ exclusive of what was laid out for a passage for William RICHARDSON from front to rere 153’ and breadth of rere 47’ bounded by Moy St. leading from Charlemount to Dungannon on the North by Robert SHAWs & William Richardson GOODLATTE’ gardens on the East by John RICHARDSONs garden on the South by the Road leading to said William RICHARDSONs garden for lives [of Royals]  … rent £4.2 Also reciting Nathaniel PEEBLEs title came to be vested in John JACKSON … [same property description] in possession of James CUNNINGHAME with dwelling House office houses & improvements in Town of Moy, Parish Clonfeacle, Barony Dungannon, Co. Tyrone to David BARRY. … WITNESS: John William HANNA of Moy, Co. Tyrone Writing Clerk & Cornelius Carleton DAVISON of Moy of Moy, attorney.

NOTE: Of interest with respect to the Moy connection is that the mother of Daniel Gunn BROWNE (1808-1892) was a Beatrice BOYD daughter of Hugh Kirkpatrick BOYD.

 

1840

23

25

1840 Oct 13

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 412

BTW William JACKSON of Portadown, Baker of one pt & Robert MORRIS of Lurgan Co. Armagh Attorney at Law … house at corner of Thomas Street next adjoining Alexander McKEEs …

 

1840

23

107

1840 Nov 17

Armagh

JACKSON

James JACKSON-Henry BOYD

Image 469

BTW Henry KIDD of Keady Co. Armagh [?] of 1st pt James JACKSON of Clencorn & George MOORE of Annalore Co. Monaghan Esqrs. Of 2nd pt & Henry BOYD of Castle Blayney Co. Monaghan Esq of 3rd pt. Reciting that Alexander HAMILTON of City of Dublin Esq. demised 24 Feb 1768 to Robert BOYD then of Tullyvallin Co Armagh part of lands of Tullyvallen called the Bleach Mill Farm 36a2r in Parish of Creggan, Barony of Fews, CO. Armagh for lives of Robert BOYD, Elizabeth BOYD the daughter of said Robert BOYD & Adam SWANZY son of Henry SWANZY Co. Monaghan … Robert BOYD died and sons John & Henry BOYD executed his will .. Deed 5 Dec 1805 reciting thet their father Robert BOYD at time of death was also seized of town and land Tullymanus & farm of land knonw as the Bridge Farm in Tullyvallen by original deed 1768 is called the Bleach Mill farm held under lease for renewable lives in possession of Henry BOYD & the William KIDD of Keady both said lands being near Newtonhamilton Co. Armagh & also several tenements in town of Castle Blayney & of a farm in Cooneyberry adjoining … Alexander HAMILTON of Rutland Square in City of Dublin Esq. to demand right of renewal 17 Mar 1823 …

 

1840

23

269

1840 Nov 14

Galway

Mayo

Sligo

JACKSON

Image 570

ORME-KNOX

BTW William Knox ORME and Francis Knox ORME both of Glenmore Co. Mayo Esqrs. Which said William & Francis are the only children of William ORME late of Glenmore aforesaid Esq deceased & Charity ORME ors KNOX his wife also deceased which said William Knox ORME is residuary legatee under the will of his father the said William ORME and also administrator of the goods etc unadministered of the 1st pt. Anne ORME orse JACKSON of City of Dublin widow of the said William ORME, Oliver JACKSON of Ballina Co. Mayo Esq & Rev. William JACKSON Trustees … Oliver JACKSON was administrator during the minority of William Knox ORME party thereto of 2nd pt & Annesley KNOX of Rapla Castle Co. Mayo Esq. of 3rd pt. Which Deed recited that the said Charity ORME orse KNOX was under the will of her father the late Francis KNOX of Rapla Castle Co. Mayo Esq. deceased entitled to several sums of £5,000 and £1,000 late Irish currency charged upon certain lands devised to Annesley KNOX known by names of Rappla, Clongea, Bunneritas, Cloonfisha, Rathbals, Rathnamagh and KnockisKeane in Barony Tyraw Co. Mayo and also testators estate in Co. Mayo & also testator’s estates of Carrownurlane, Balknacourty and Ballinasloughy in Co. Galway & also testators lands of Islands and Lardlea and Carn in Barony Costello Co. Mayo and testators lands in Barony Liney & of Sligo which further recites that ere this intermarriage of the said Charity KNOX with the aid William ORME the aforesaid Legacy of £5,000 was settled … That said marriage too effect there was issue there two sons namely the aforesaid William Knox ORME and Francis Knox ORME. That in the intermarriage of the said William ORME with the said Anne ORME then JACKSON the said sum of £2,000 reserved to the use of said William ORME on his first marriage was said last recited Deed vested in Trustees to serve the jointure in said 2nd marriage. Deed mentioned that the said William ORME died having made his will 19 May 1830 whereby he devised sum of £3,000 settled for the younger children of his 1st marriage to Francis Knox ORME party hereto his only younger child of 1st marriage and appointed his eldest son William Knox ORME residuary legatee the goods and chattles rights and credits of the said William ORME left unadministered was granted abt 2 July 1840 and which deed further recited that the said William Knox ORME the assignee of the said principal sum of £2,000 … the said Francis Knox ORME as the only younger child of the marriage of the said William ORME to Charity ORME orse KNOX to be paid £3,000 … WITNESS: Thomas Kippax KING of Southampton Buildings Co. Middlesex Irish Chancery Commissioner WITNESS: Francis SWANN of same place Gent. William Knox ORME [SEAL] Francis Knox ORME [SEAL]

NOTE: The parents of Annesley KNOX were Francis KNOX & Mary GORE (abt 1750-1818). Anne JACKSON (1768-1810) was the daughter of George JACKSON (1717-1789) and Jane CUFFE (aft 1730-1ft 1800)

 

1841

9

132

1841 Apr 20

Moy, Co. Turone & Armagh

Brown

Rev Wm BROWN-Wm. L KIDD

Indenture of a lease btw Rev. William BROWN of Moy, Co. Tyrone, independent minister, executor of estate of Martha BOYD, spinster, dec’d of the one part. & William Lodge KIDD, Dr. of Medicine, of other pt. Demised tenement in English street then in possession of John McWATERS, bookseller. Bounded on the east by English St., on the West by the common passage adjoining the late Mary MONTGOMERY’S garden on the north by the house formerly in the possession of Thomas ANDERSON dec’d  & then occupied by Surgeon BRICE & on the south by the house formerly in the possession of James WAUGH. Dec’d then occupied by John Duncan, City of Armagh…NOTE: He was the father of Daniel Gunn BROWNE.

1

1841

10

6

1841 May 4

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 8

BTW William JACKSON of Portadown, Co. Armagh Baker of 1 pt. Robert MORRIS of Lurgan Co. Armagh attorney of 2nd pt & John CREERY of Tandragee Co. Armagh Merchant of 3rd pt. … house on corner of Thomas Street, Portadown adjoining Alexander McKEEs together with ground in rere adjoining said store house and yard in townland Tavanagh, Parish Drumcree, Barony Oneiland West Co. Armagh … 138a half in front with the gardens in the rere backwards to Woolsey’s Lane … WITNESS: John ATKINSON of Tandragee, Co. Armagh & James HANLON of Portadown Grocer. William JACKSON [SEAL]

 

1841

10

99

1840 Aug 1

Kilkenny

JACKSON

Robert JACKSON- Robert JACKSON

Marriage Settlement.

Image 68

BTW Paul SHIRLEY of Clone Math Co. Carlow Farmer of 1st pt. Robert JACKSON of Coolcullen Co. Kilkenny farmer of 2nd pt John SHIRLEY of Culcullen Co. Kilkenny farmer eldest son of Paul SHIRLEY of 3rd pt. Jane JACKSON daughter of Robert JACKSON of 4th pt & Robert JACKSON jr. & Francis SHIRLEY farmers both of Coolcullen trustees for purposes therein of 5th pt. Reciting lease 2 Apr 1766 John SHIRLEY demised to Thomas SHIRLEY lands of Belmount containing 150a in Barony Tassadineen Co. Kilkenny for lives and a renewal made to John SHIRLEY trustee on behalf of his nephews Thomas SHIRLEY and John SHIRLEY and reciting a partition of lands btw John & Thomas SHIRLEY… marriage btw John SHIRLEY & Jane JACKSON lands of Belmount & £200 … John SHIRLEY [SEAL] Jane JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: I have not located these JACKSONs – yet, but: 1938 Notes on Family History: The forebears of the Jacksons are said to have come from York in England, and to have moved to Ireland with Cromwell.  They were given large grants of land in Co Carlow and Kilkenny called Mount Leinster, Borris

 

1841

10

194

1841 Apr 4

Down

JACKSON

Image 141

BTW James JACKSON Moygannon Co. Down, farmer of 1 pt & William DILLON of Belfast Co. Antrim Gent Attorney of other pt. James JACKSON by virtue of marriage articles to limit the inheritance in the fee simple… part of lands of Moygannon allotted to Arabella BLACK by deed of partition 9 Aug 1780 and afterwards in settlement by said marriage articles 5 Nov 1757 containing 10a in townland Moygannon, Parish Donaclouey, Barony Lower Iveagh, So. Down.

NOTE: It is likely that this James JACKSON was James JACKSON (aft 1787-aft 1818) son of Dr. James JACKSON & Arabella BLACK.

NOTE: See also: ROD: 501-38-317510 JACKSON-BIRCH 1787 Nov 5 Marr art btw James JACKSON of town of Newtownards, Co Down, Surgeon of the 1st part & Arabella BLACK of Tullindony dau of Joseph BLACK  late of Tullydony  of the 2nd pt & the Rev James BIRCH of Dromora  in sd Co. & Rev Thomas CUMMY of Tullindorry in sd Co of 3rd pt reciting that the said Arabella BLACK is seized of & possessed of …  that part of Moygannon … and reciting that a marriage is shortly to be had between sd James JACKSON & Arabella BLACK...

 

1841

10

290

1841 Apr 4

Down

JACKSON

Image 201

BTW James JACKSON of Moygannon, Co. Down, farmer of 1 pt. & Elizabeth DuPAREY of Belfast, Co. Antrim widow of other pt. reciting lease 1 Nov 1717 btw Joseph BROWN of Castle Hill Co. Down of 1 pt & Alexander BROWN of Drumngvedy Co. Down Gent Gent of other pt. Joseph BROWN set to farm to Alexander BROWN part of Moygannoon Parish Dunacloney Co. Down 36a Irish measure … partition 9 Aug 1780 btw Jane BLACK of Tullydooey Co. Down widow, James BLACK and William BLACK both of Lurganbane Co. Down Linen Drapers & Rev James BIRCH of Kinallen Co. Down Executor named in last will of Joseph BLACK then late of Tullindooey Linen draper deceased of 1st pt & Adam BLACK of Dromore Co. Down Linen Draper son to Joseph of 2nd pt Elizabeth BLACK spinster daughter of said Joseph BLACK of 3rd pt. Arabella BLACK spinster another of Joseph BLACK’s daughters of 4th pt  & Margaret BLACK spinster one of Joseph BLACK’s daughters of 5th pt and the said Jane BLACK widow for and on behalf of her daughter Jane BLACK.

SEE Also: Btw James JACKSONNewtownards Esq. of the one part & Adam BLACK of Drumwillan in said Co. Linen Draper of the other part. Whereby after reciting that the said James JACKSON in right of his wife Isabella BLACK orwise BLACK one of devisees named in the will of Joseph BLACK late of [?ullidoney]  Gent deceased became entitled to tenements with appurts in the land of Dromore in said Co. by virtue of a lease to Joseph BLACK made by the late Bishop of Dromore for a term of [?] nine years half of which were expired on the 29th day of September then last… James JACKSON transferred to Adam BLACK all the tenements houses yards Backsides and Gardens…situate in the town of Dromore Co. Down… Witnessed: John ALLEN of Newtown Apothecary…

NOTE: Rev. James Jackson BIRCH (1740-1820) SEE: Birches of Birchgrove.

 

1841

16

267

 

 

 

ENNIS-RUTHERFORD  

x

1841

16

286

 

 

RUTHERFORD

BLACKHALL-LITTLE  

x

1841

18

176

 

 

 

RUTHERFORD-RUTHERFORD  

x

1841

21

71

1841 Oct 28

 

COULTER

COULTER, Thomas-DAVISON, Rev. David  County Louth Archives PP54/6/4

x

1841

21

241

1841 Nov 6

Ballygibbon, Co. Kildare

JACKSON

JACKSON-FAWCETT

Marriage settlement dated March 14 1839 btw William JACKSON of Ballygibbon, Co. Kildare. Gent of the 1st pt & Matthew JACKSON of Edenderry [Edenderry, Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown],, Kings Co., Gentleman and miller, son of William JACKSON. Of 2nd pt. Margaret FAWCETT eldest daughter of Thomas FAWCETT of Edenderry[Edenderry, Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown],  of 3rd pt. Thomas FAWCETT, father of Margaret of 4th pt. marriage was intended shortly to be had. lands of Ballygibbon jointure, Parish and Barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare containing 222 acres 2 roods 32 perches for life of William JACKSON or for term of 21 years…92 acres was in the actual possession and control of William JACKSON… lengthy deed.

SEE: JACKSONs of Ballygibbon, Co. Kildare 

1

1841

22

109

1841 Nov 8

Longford

JACKSON

Image 480

BTW John JACKSON of Windmillhill Co. Longford, farmer and Hester his wife of the other pt. & Andrew REILLY of Edgeworthstown Co. Longford Shopkeeper of the other pt. John & Hester devised to Andrew REILLY part of the lands of Windmill Hill being a subdivision of the lands of Collague containing 8a Irish measure in Barony of Ardagh Co. Longford for term of 21 years

 

1841

23

22

 

Belfast

 

BROWN-DONNELLY

Rev. John BROWN of Aberdeen, Scotland  – Alan Gardner BROWN – not useful to me

1

1842

2

277

 

Aughaville

O’BRIEN

Acheson O’BRIEN & Charles Robert PEYTON mtg. No new info

 

1842

5

103

 

 

BARTLEY

BARTLEY-BARTLEY  

x

1842

12

26

1842 June 8

Laragh, Co. Monaghan

OLIVER

William OLIVER- David LESLIE

Indented deed of conveyance bearing date 12 Jan 1835 btw William OLIVER of Laragh, Gent of 1 pt & David LESLIE of Drumaconver, Co. Monaghan of other pt. recited 2 indentures of lease 2 Sept 1815 btw David McTEAR of 1 pt & Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore, , Co. Armagh, Gent; the said William OLIVER &  Benjamin OLIVER….

1

1842

13

77

1842 Jun 18

Dublin

JACKSON

JACKSON- Charles Robinson

Charles ROBINSON of ?? Road, Dublin of 1st part and Anne JACKSON, spinster of the other part. For the consideration of 250 pounds paid to Anne JACKSON transfer land on the south side of New Road from Rathmines to ??? called and known by the name of [Leinister?] Road & property in the possession of Thomas and John Richard JACKSON… in presence of Thomas JACKSONFrederick JACKSON. NOTE: See Probate of John Richard JACKSON.

x

1842

13

78

1840-1849

Co. Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, John T-DICKIE, John  

DICKIE, John T-DICKIE, Robert

DICKIE, Joseph, Rev-DICKIE, John

DICKIE, John -DICKIE, Robert

x

1842

13

264

 

 

BRADFORD

BRADFORD-GRAYBURN  

x

1842

14

1

1840-1849

Co. Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, Robert-DONALDSON, Alexander  

x

1842

17

8

1840-1849

Co. Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, Mary A-DONALDSON, Alexander  

x

1842

18

222

 

Aghavilla, Co Leitrim

 

O’BRIEN, ACHESON, WELDON NOTES in 2009 diary  Nothing there

 

1842

18

257

 

Aghaville, Co. Leitrim

O’BRIEN

O’BRIEN, Acheson, WELDON

1842 Sept 1 Acheson O’BRIEN of Drumsilla to William St. Lawrence WELDON, City of Dublin, Esq. Loan of 1000 pounds on mtg... incl lands of Aghavilla... original term of years granted by Lord Bishop of Kilmore. Witness: John FARIS of Henrietta St., Dublin, Gent & Thomas HARTE of Richmond Place South, Co. Dublin. NOTE: Cancellation books have the names WELDON & O’BRIEN connected with Cavananore after Griffiths. In terms of tracking David JACKSON’s connections, this may be significant.

 

1842

22

170

1842 Oct 6

Ballsmills

COULTER

HILL-HILL

1842 October 6 NAMES: William HILL of Balls Mills; Esther HILL nèe COULTER; John HILL of Grange, Gorman Lane, Co. Dublin; Samuel McCORMACK; Francis McCORMACK; Richard NEIL; Patrick CONNOLLY; Peter MORGAN; Owen CONLON; Charles CROWE; Widow CONLON; William HILL of Dundalk; William Robert ROGERS. OTHER PLACES: Tullyumphry aka Tullyhumphry.

d

1842

23

53

1842 Nov 17

Armagh & Monaghan

OLIVER, William

OLIVER, William - LESLIE, David

Btw William OLIVER of Laragh, Co. Monaghan Gent of the 1 pt; David LESLIE Esq. of Leslie Hill, Co. Armagh of the other pt. . Reciting an earlier deed dated Dec 20 1775 where Armour Lowry CORRY of Co. Tyrone Esq. assigned to George CRAWFORD of Cornacarrow, Co Monaghan Draper of the other pt. for the lives of George CRAWFORD, lessee, and Thomas CRAWFORD eldest son & Andrew CRAWFORD 2nd son. And also reciting deed dated Dec 25 1793 made btw George CRAWFORD of the 1 pt  & David OLIVER the father of William OLIVER of the other part re David OLIVER’s interest in the dwelling house and 35 acres of land in Cornecarrow which was assigned to William OLIVER who assigned to David LESLIE the dwelling house in Cornecarrow where George CRAWFORD formerly lived and 32 acres of land late Irish plantation measure which is in and about the said dwellinghouse, together with all houses bleach Greens and colliers’ houses made and erected thereon, and also the entire use in command of the water in the land adjoining said lands for the use of George CRAWFORD, bleach green and also 6 acres of bog or moss for sufficient firing for said premises in that part of the Red Bog in Cornacarrow aforesaid as same was formally in his the said George CRAWFORD’s actual possession excepting and always reserving thereout all mines minerals quarries and all other royalties whatsoever. Recited indenture of 13 December 1776, and were possessed and enjoyed by the said George CRAWFORD, and his undertenants. To hold unto the said David LESLIE his heirs and assigns for and during the natural lives and life of the several Cestui qui vies [?] in the said recited indenture of 13 December 1775, or of such of them as were or are then living, and the survivors and survivor of them, and for and during the natural life and lives of all and every such other person and persons as should or might from time to time for ever their after be added to said term by virtue of the covenant for appropriate renewal contained in the lease of which indenture of the 13th day of December 1775. WITNESSES: Joseph OLIVER of Laragh, County of Monaghan and John DUFFY of Laragh County of Monaghan Gents.

 

1842

25

11

1842 Dec 19

Kildare & Kings Co

JACKSON, Matthew

FOSSITT-TINKLER

Deed btw Thomas FOSSITT of Ballymurreen, Co. Wicklow but late of Edenderry [Edenderry, Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown],, Kings Co. Louth & Sarah FOSSITT otherwise NORTH his wife of 1 pt; Harrington TINKLER of Portarlington, Queens Co. Gent & said Sarah FOSSITT of 2nd pt; Rachel FOSSITT, Mary Anne FOSSITT, Sarah FOSSIT, Charlotte FOSSITT, and Rebecca FOSSITT five of the daughters of the said Thomas FOSSITT and Sarah his wife of Ballymurren House aforesaid of 3rd pt; Matthew JACKSON and Margaret JACKSON otherwise FOSSITT, his wife late of Millmount [aka Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown], Kings Co. but now of Prosperous, Co. Kildare Gent of 4th pt..refers to earlier 1837 deed FOSSITT-TINKLER

SEE: JACKSONs of Ballygibbon, Co. Kildare 

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1842

25

159

1842 Dec 21

 

COULTER

LAWSON, George; OWENS, Edward; COULTER, Thomas-HALE, Henry

 County Louth Archives PP54/6/4

x

1843

4

199

1843 Mar 7

Armagh

SEAVER

Image 124

SEAVER-SEAVER Derrylusk - /15th share…

 

1843

4

200

1843 Mar 8

Armagh

JACKSON

James E. JACKSON – John EYRE.

Image 124

BTW James Eyre JACKSON of Tullydooey, Co. Tyrone Esq of 1 pt & John EYRE of Tullydooey, Esq of other pt. In consideration of £2,000 granted to John EYRE then in his possession townland Dumduff commonly called the Grazing farm of Drumduff as formerly in possession of James ASHMUR deceased contiaing 85a2r11p ….

 

1843

5

177

1843 Mar 6

Mayo

JACKSON

Image 300

BTW Thomas BYRNE of Ballybeg and John BYRNE of Ballina Co. Mayo farmer of 1st pt. Thomas SCOTT of Barnfield Co. Mayo farmer of 2nd pt & George Vaughan JACKSON of Carramore Co. Mayo of 3rd pt.

 

1843

5

198

1839 Jul 3

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 310

BTW Michael PRINGLE of Salters Grange Co. Armagh Gent of 1st pt; Sarah PRINGLE orse JACKSON wife of said Michael PRINGLE of 2nd pt & Thomas Wynne BOGGS [BEGGS?] of Creecey Co. Down farmer of 3rd pt. Reciting lease 1 Aug 1789 btw Sir Capel MOLYNEUX of Castle Dillon, Co. Armagh of 1 pt & Moses JACKSON of Annacranfs[?] Co. Armagh of other pt. … Michael PRINGLE has agreed to dispose of 85a.2r.24p of Lands of Grange … sum of £692 … in Parish Annagh, Barony Oneiland West, Co. Armagh bordered on East by Thomas QUIN’s farm on the South by George McDOWELL’s farm …

NOTE: Sarah JACKSON, daughter of Moses JACKSON & Phoebe [?] of Grange, Co. Armagh.

 

1843

6

43

1843 Apr 3

Kings

JACKSON

Edward & John JACKSON – Thomas SMALLMAN

Image 397

NOTE: The last 2/3rd of this was transcribed using voice recognition. There may be more errors than usual.

Indenture btw Edward JACKSON of Dangarreagh [Danganreagh, Parish  Aghancon, Barony Ballybrittin] Kings Co. Farmer, brother and one of the devisees named in the will of William JACKSON then late of Danganreagh Farmer deceased; John JACKSONof Fancroft [Fancroft, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt] Kings Co. Farmer son of Rev Thomas JACKSON deceased one other brother of the said William JACKSON deceased and George BENNETT and William BENNETT of Camlin Co. Tipperary sons of James BENNETT James BENNETT of Camlin Co. Tipperary which said John JACKSON, George BENNETT and William BENNETT are also named as devisees in will of William JACKSON of the 1 pt. Thomas SMALLMAN of Roscrea Co. Tipperary, Gent. Of the other part (which recited a demise by indenture 28 Mar 1824 from William DAVIS and Robert DAVIS to William JACKSON of the lands of Danganreagh for a term of lives with renewal whereby William JACKSON in consideration of £623.15s paid by Thomas SMALLMAN assigned the lands of Fancroft as the lands of Danganreagh with all appurtenances and subject to redemption as aforesaid departed this life 5 Apr 1831 having made his will 22 Dec 1830 whereby he devised to his brother Edward JACKSON title to Fancroft Kings Co. to his own use and management until the said Testators nephews George and John JACKSON sons of the testators late brother the Rev. Thomas JACKSON should attain their respective ages of 21 years his right and title to lands of Fancroft to them and their lawful issue … and in default of male issue of the said George and John JACKSON the said Testator gave and devised the lands of Fancroft to his brother the said Edward JACKSON during his natural life and after his decease to his nephews George BENNETT and William BENNETT parties hereto share and share alike forever and reciting that the reversion and inheritance of Fancroft subject to indenture of 1 Aug 1771 having come to and legally vested in John Samuel GRAVES Esq. son and heir of late Admiral Samuel GRAVES and all the cestui qui vies named in the last renewal therof having died the said Edward JACKSON applied to Samuel GRAVES for a renewal of interest in lands of Fancroft by indenture of renewal 5 Dec 1832 btw Samuel GRAVES of 1 pt & Edward JACKSON of the other pt the said John Samuel GRAVES in pursuance of the covenants for perpetual renewal in the said original indenture of demise contained added and inserted to the time and term thereof the lives of George ROE eldest son of Robert ROE attorney at law then aged abt 12 years; Robert LOWRY eldest son of Robert William LOWRY of Ponsonby House then aged about 15 years and Thomas Molyneux GRAVES eldest son of said John Samuel GRAVES in the place of  the three several cestui qui vies then as aforesaid deceased and also reciting that George JACKSON one of the nephews and a devisee named in the will of the said William JACKSON had died a minor and without lawful issue by which means and under the limitations contained in said will of William JACKSON the said Edward JACKSON was entitled to an estate and interest for his life and one undivided moiety of the lands of Fancroft with remained as quasi remainders After his death and is such moiety to the Saint George BENNETT and William BENNETT several parties here too as tenants in common and also reciting that the said John JACKSON had attained his full age of 21 years and made the limitations contained in the aforesaid will of his said deceased uncle William JACKSON was then entitled to an estate quasi tail in [?] of the undivided moiety of said land Fancroft and the rents issues and profits thereof and reciting that an agreement had been made between the said several parties thereto that they said parties thereto for the considerations therein mentioned should and would according to their several States and interests in said Fancroft absolutely so and dispose of said lands of Fancroft and the equity of redemption thereof and therein of them and each and everyone of them of their several and respective heirs unto the said Thomas SMALLMAN his heirs and assigns after which said several recitals said indenture WITNESSED that in pursuance and performance on their part of such agreement as aforesaid and for the purpose of borrowing and destroying all remainders in quasi tale contained in said recited will and testament of said William JACKSON affecting said lands of Fancroft and of effectually conveying the aforesaid life estate of the said Edward JACKSON of and in one moiety thereof the remainder thereto limited to the said George BENNETT and William BENNETT after the decease of said Edward JACKSON and for locking and destroying of and in as to the other undivided moiety of the same lands of Fancroft the aforesaid estate tail or quasi estate tail of the said John JACKSON and all expectant remainders or quasi remainders expected thereon and for and in consideration of the sum of 10 shillings in hand paid by the city Thomas SMALLMAN to Edward JACKSON and for and in consideration of the sum 42 pounds page to the said John JACKSON at or before the execution of the set indenture and in consideration of the sum of 29 pounds paid to the said George BENNETT and other sum of 29 pounds paid to said William BENNETT receipt of all which said several sums was thereby acknowledged. They the said Edward JACKSON John JACKSON George BENNETT and William BENNETT and each of them according to their and his several and respective rights and interests in the premises And for their several and respective heirs granted bargain sold aliened released and confirmed under the said Thomas SMALLMAN in his actual possession aforesaid and to  his heirs and assigns all that those the aforesaid houses lands and tenements formerly held and enjoyed the same containing 30 acres and 38 perches or thereabouts plantation measure be the same more or less situate lying and being in the Barony of Ballybrit and Kings County aforesaid and generally called by the name of Fancroft or by whatsoever other name or names the same premises or any part or part thereof of them were or at anytime there two had been called or reputed together with all and singular their rights members penances and appurtenances thereunto belonging an all the Equity of redemption the state right title interest term for lives benefit of renewal claim and demand of said several granting parties of in and to the same at each and every part and parcel thereof and of the errors of them each and every of them the said Edward JACKSON John JACKSON George BENNETT and William BENNETT respectively together with the said indenture of the first day of August 1771 and the several renewals thereof . To hold the sack thereby granted and released houses tenements lands and premises and every of them at every part and parcel of the same unto the said Thomas SMALLMAN his heirs and assigns from thenceforth for and during the natural lives and life of the persons in person as shall or may from time to time there after be added to an inserted in the demise of said lands and premises or any future renewal or renewals of said lands and premises pursuant to the covenant for perpetual renewal instead original adventure subject nevertheless to the payment of the yearly rent fines for renewal and to the performance of the covenants on the lessees part in invite said original indenture of lease reserved and contained in the under tenants lease if any then bonafide in being an undetermined but holy and forever released and discharged off from and against said equity of redemption by reason of the before mentioned indenture of mortgage up 18 March 1831 which said deed and this memorial are witnessed by William SMALLMAN senior and William SMALLMAN junior both of Ross Korea in the County of Tipperary gentlemen. George BENNETT [SEAL] William BENNETT [SEAL] Thomas SMALLMAN [SEAL] Edward JACKSON [SEAL] JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: See JACKSONs of Ballyboy, Kings Co. aka Offaly

 

1843

6

148

1843 Apr 13

Kings

JACKSON

Edward JACKSON-Thomas SMALLMAN

Image 461

BTW Edward JACKSON of Danganreagh [Danganreagh, Parish Aghancon, Barony Ballybritt] Kings Co. Farmer brother and one of the devisees named in the last will of William JACKSON late of Dauganreagh [Danganreagh, Parish  Aghancon, Barony Ballybrittin] aforesaid farmer deceased of the one pt. Thomas SMALLMAN of Roscrea Co. Tipperary Geny of the other pt in consideration of sum of £210 paid to Edward JACKSON granted to Thomas SMALLMAN lands of Dangaureagh and Dauguireagh as formerly in possession of William JACKSON the deceased situate in Barony Ballybritt Kings Co together with the half acre of Coohe bog & manure from same attached thereto as formerly in the possession of the said William JACKSON deceased as was demised 18 Mar 1831 and granted by William JACKSON to Thomas SMALLMAN … WITNESS: William SMALLMAN junr & William EGAR both of Roscrea Co. Tipperary Gent. Edward JACKSON [SEAL]

 

1843

6

82

 1843 Apr 24

Kings Co.

JACKSON

MANLEY-JACKSON Digital record 010146-8

Image 420

BTW Joshua MANLY of Monasteroris [Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown], Kings Co Esq & Deborah MANLY née WHITE his wife devisees in the will of Joseph WHITE of Monasteroris Esq. Deceased of 1 pt. and Charlotte JACKSON of Kings Co widow of Matthew Henry JACKSON late of Milmount of Kings Co & mother & guardian of Robert William JACKSON only son & heir a minor. Indenture April 8, 1824 whereby John Fiffe DALTON by the direction of William Foster DALTON of Moate, Co. Westmeath Esq.  granted to Matthew Henry JACKSON undivided moiety or half part of town & lands of Monsteroris [Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown], aka Millenough commonly known as Jackson’s Farm. 150 acres of profitable land and 26a of bog Barony of Coolestown, Parish of Monasteroris, Kings Co … 24 Apr 1828 Joshua MANLY and Deborah his wife entitled to a life estate and reciting that Mathew Henry JACKSON also since died leaving the said Robert William JACKSON his only son and heir at law and before his death he made a will 9 Feb 1836 bequeathed to Robert William JACKSON his property at Millmount [aka Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown] house and land … and appointed Charlotte JACKSON his wife guardians of his children. Will proved in Majesty’s Court of Prerogative in Ireland by said Charlotte JACKSON and also reciting a certain suite for a partition of said land of 8 April 1834 instituted in His majesty’s High Court of Chancery in Ireland Sept 1841 by Joshua MANLY Deborah his wife and others against said Charlotte JACKSON Robert William JACKSON and others … Lives … Matthew Henry JACKSON and Richard Grattan MYLEY… part of lands allotted containing 46a 3r 32p together with the Mill Dwelling House timber trees and other improvements and also all the Mill Dam Water and Watercourses following to and from said Mill  … for life of John Rolleston GRATTON being the only surviving life in said lease of 8 April 1824 and also for life of Prince Albert and of Robert William JACKSON being the lives nominated in place of Matthew Henry JACKSON and Richard Gratton WYLEY deceased … WITNESS: John RUSSELL of Edenderry [Edenderry, Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown], Kings Co. Gent & Stewart BANKS of Monasteroris [Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown], Kings Co. John MANLY [SEAL] Deborah MANLY [SEAL] . NOTE: Charlotte JACKSON aka Charlotte TROY.

SEE: JACKSONs of Ballygibbon, Co. Kildare

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q

1843

6

84

 

Aghaville

O’BRIEN

O’BRIEN-GIBSON Image 10149

Wm Acheson O’BRIEN, Drumken, Co. Fermanagh ^ Margaret GIBSON of Mullaloon, Co Fermanagh lease 16 Nov 1823 whereby Richard IRWIN to James GIBSON... William Acheson O’BRIEN died without altering his will – July 25, 1851.

 

1843

6

95

1840-1849

Louth

BAILLIE

BAILLIE, Robert-BAILLIE, Margaret  

Margaret BAILIE widow and mother of Robert BAILIE of 1st part & William [Nassan?] IRWIN of Castleblayney re: lands of West Shortstone containing 205 acres 2 roods

x

1843

6

96

1840-1849

 

DOBBIN

DOBBIN  

x

1843

6

126

1835 Jun 23

Tipperary

JACKSON, George

Image 447

George JACKSON of Templemore, Tipperary of 2nd pt.

 

1843

8

159

1843 May 18

Brootally

OLIVER, Andrew

OLIVER, Andrew & William - HANNAH, John  I have this deed.

Deed of Settlement between Andrew OLIVER of Brootally, Co. Armagh of the first part. William OLIVER of Brootally, Co. Armagh, Uncle of the said Andrew OLIVER of the second part the said William OLIVER and Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore in the Co of Louth former trustees named in a certain deed of assignment bearing date 2 Sept 1841 of the third part. Anne HANNA of Tarakane, Co. Armagh spinster, 3rd daughter of William HANNA late of Taraskane aforesaid farmer, deceased of the fourth part and John HANNA of Taraskane (Faraskane?] aforesaid a trustee names and appointed to and for the several uses  .. of the 5th par. Whereby after reciting ... that a marriage was there intended to be shortly had and solemnized between the said Andrew OLIVER, therefore William OLIVER and Andrew Coulter BRADFORD granted to John HANNA Brootally lands .. 25 acres 3 roods 10 perches as described in the lease 1 Nov 1828 between Maxwell CLOSE of Elm Park, Co. Armagh & James OLIVER of Brootelly in parish of Derrynoose ... lands of Killylea 18 acres 2 perches, parish of Tynan as described in the lease of 15 Aug 1830 made between Sir James Maxwell STRONG of Tynan House, Co. Armagh Bart & Henry Samuel CLOSE & John Tew AMSTRONG, both of the City of Dublin esq., executors of John MAXWELL, late of Fellows Hall Co. Armagh of the one part and William OLIVER of the other part. Witnesses: William OLIVER the younger of Brootelly, Co. Armagh, farmer & Saul HANNA of Terreskane, City of Armagh, Farmer. Witness David SCARLETT of Tynan, Co. Armagh. NOTE: There was a marriage bond between OLIVER, Andrew & HANNA Anne p. 55 of 2007 diary)

 

1843

8

230

1843 May 8

 

COULTER

COULTER, Thomas-SEAVER, Anne M.

County Louth Archives PP54/6/4

1843 May 8 NAMES: Thomas COULTER of Sky Hill; Anna Maria SEAVER of Downshire Place, Newry; Jonathon SEAVER; Mr. FLEURY; Michael CASEY; Thomas SHEWELL deceased; William SUCH of Newry; George CRAWLEY of Fleury Bridge; [William?] GLENNY. OTHER PLACES: Killeen aka Killen, Co. Louth.

d

1843

13

175

1843 Aug 15

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 129

BTW William JENKINSON of Rathrmgrand Co. Armagh, farmer surviving executor in will of Samuel KNIPE deceased of 1st pt; John JACKSON of Armagh, Co. Armagh Esq. of 2nd pt & rev. Richard ALLOTT of Armagh, Co. Armagh Clerk of 3rd pt. Reciting sale by public auction in consideration of £103.2 by Richard ALLOTT to William JENKINSON (with consent and approbation of said John JACKSON testified by his sealing and delivering said indenture) … land of Ballybrawley containing 8a2r20p (being parcel of land demised by Robert William JACKSON to said Robert KNIPE by indenture 22 Aug 1825) bounded on the North by the centre of the old lane leading to the High Road on the South and West by land in possession of Rev. ALLOTT in Parish, Barony & Co. Armagh. WITNESS: Robert RIDDELL John STANLEY Jr. Solicitor both of Armagh, Co. Armagh

 

1843

13

186

1843 Aug 23

Dublin

JACKSON

Anne JACKSON-Mathew FOOTT Palace Street Parish St. Andrews, Dublin.

Image 139

BTW Anne JACKSON, widow of Harcourt St, City of Dublin of 1st pt; Mathew FOOTE of Bayswater Terrace Co. Dublin Esq, of other pt. Reciting Indenture 11 Jul 1839 whereby Mathew FOOTE in consideration of £250 granted to Anne JACKSON .. shown on map as #11 … let to William COLLES Bookseller & then beongong to John ORPIN solicitor as immediate tenant of Mathew FOOTE and known by No 17 Dame St on south side of Dame St in Parish St. Andrew, Co & City of Dublin containing in front to Dame St 21’ in the rere 21’ in depth front to rere 75’ … WITNESS: George Stanley MURRAY of Mountjoy St solicitor & Nichlas LAMB of No 9 [?] Street City of Dublin, Gent. Anne JACKSON [SEAL]

 

1843

15

31

 

 

McCULLAGH

SPEER-McCULLAGH  

x

1843

17

141

 

Aghavilla

O’BRIEN

Digital record 101-0141 & 0142

Acheson O’BRIEN of Drumsilla & Robert Johnston GORE of Woodford, Co. Leitrim, Esq. Loan as part of portion with his daughter Maria Sarah O’BRIEN

 

1843

17

142

 

Aghaville

HARTIGAN

Not likely relevant. Image 10143

 

1843

18

5

 

 

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-McMORRAN  

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1843

18

6

 

 

 

RUTHERFORD-McMORRAN

 

1844

 

10

 

 

 

O’BRIEN-KING  SEE Image 10151

Acheson O’BRIEN of Drumsilla & John KING of Merrion Sq., Dublin

 

1844

2

8

1844 Jan 22

Co Cavan

NORTH

Richard Taulman North of Thurland Castle, Co Palatine, Lancaster. He is transferring to Matthew WILSON the elder of Ashton Hall in parish of Corgrave, Co. York and Matthew WILSON jr of Kilwick Hall parish of Kilwick, Co. York.   Lands etc of Drumgoolan and Lissgrea in Barony of Castlerahan Co. Cavan. JACKSON was about to reside  on the Continent…See also: The Norths of Ireland NOTE: These are lands that were likely held earlier by Samuel JACKSON (1641-1705)

16d

1844

2

275

 

Downpatrick

BROWN

William Henry BROWNE- John WARNOCK

Not needed.

 

1844

3

231

1840-1849

Marriage Art. Lots in Co. Carlow etc

NOTE: I found no Co. Carlow mention.

JACKSON

JACKSON, John-McCULLAGH, Jane  Marriage Articles

1811 Marriage Settlement.

NAMES: James McCULLAGH, sr. of Shantenagh; Elizabeth McCULLAGH; John JACKSON of Liscalgot; James McCULLAGH jr.; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore; Rev. Charles MOSSE; Thomas TERESON of Rosefield; Thomas TERESON jr.; John GILLESPIE; James SMITH; John SMITH; Essie COULTER; Philip SMITH; Thomas McMURRY; John DONALDSON; Walter GLASSCOCKE. OTHER PLACES: Drummuck

. NOTE: Perhaps a look at the deed rather than the memorial could be revealing. I saw no mention of lands in Carlow – although my notes seem to indicate that was what the index entry said. This memorial parallels the 1811 version that I have on the site with a few more details added

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1844

3

248

 

 

 

BLACK-WALLACE  

x

1844

5

112

1844 Mar 14

Dublin

JACKSON

Image 304

BTW Henry JORDON and Michael WHELAN formerly of Capel St City of Dublin but now residing in Kingstown Co. Dublin Esqrs. Of 1st pt; Rev. Thomas GREGG of Hackball St City of Dublin Clerk, Thomas Arthur AHMUTY [?] of GlenbroBulle Co. Dublin Esq & Anne JACKSON formerly of Rathomines Rd Co. Dublin but now of Harcourt Street City of Dublin, widow which said Thomas GREGG Thomas A A KIRKWOOD are trustees and said Anne JACKSON is sole executor of the last will and testament of John JACKSON late of Rathmines, Co. Dublin Esq & Frederick JACKSON of Harcourt St. City of Dublin Esq. John Richard JACKSON Esq Lieut in Majesty’s 20th Regiment of Foot of the 2nd pt; Paul WHITLY of Leinster Cottage Co. Dublin Esq. of 3rd pt. Reciting lease 29 Jun 1840 the said Thomas GREGG Thomas Arthur S. KIRKWOOD & Anne JACKSON with consent of the said Frederick JACKSON demised to JORDON & WHELAN parcel of ground on South side of New Road leading from Rathmines to Harolds Cross called and known by name of Leinster Road being portion known as #24 on map of said properties in possession of said Frederick JACKSON containing 60’ in front of Leinster Road breadth and in the rere 60’ and 125’ front to rere and bounded by property then in possession of Mrs GRACE partly by property of said Frederick JACKSON … part of townland of Cullenswood Parish St. Peter formerly in Barony Upper Cross but then by Royal Proclamation in the Barony of Newcastle, Co. Dublin … [start of 2nd p] Anne JACKSON & [Frederick?] JACKSON entered into possession of and have continued to enjoy portion of the premises as demised … Anne JACKSON [Frederick?] JACKSON John R. JACKSON proposed to become parties to the deed … Anne JACKSON [Frederick?] JACKSON & John R. JACKSON …

NOTE: There is a possibility that John JACKSON was husband of Anne JONES. SEE: Jacksons in St. Peters Church. If so, this would likely link them to Creggan Parish, Co. Armagh. On this page, a John Richard JACKSON was a son of a solicitor Frederick JACKSON and his wife Henrietta, but he would have been the next generation. 

In Dublin Marriages: PRONI: T808/8258.

Dublin Grant 11 October 1828 of license for marriage of Frederick Jackson of Rathmines Road in St. Peter's Parish Dublin Esq. with Henrietta Vereker Brereton of Cullenswood Avenue in St. Peter's Parish Dublin spinster. Directed to the Minister of St. Peter's.
Searched for this marriage in following Dublin newspapers: Saunders, Dublin evening Post.

Pre-will made 29 September 1851 Irish probate 7 August 1852. Frederick Jackson of 4 Mortimer Ter., County Middlesex Esq. All wife Henrietta Vereker Jackson for life then equally among three children Frederick, Elizabeth and Henrietta, all minors and unmarried. Their guardians to be wife and David Brereton of York St., Dublin Esq. Executrix wife. Witnesses Hugh Daniel; Thomas WJ Bond; above extracted from Register of Court of Canterbury. Irish administration of above will 7 August 1852 of Frederick Jackson of 4 Mortimer Ter., County Middlesex, formerly of Harcourt St., Dublin, solicitor, deceased. Granted to George Stamer Brereton of 3 Lancaster Rd., Rathmines, Dublin. Esq. Maternal uncle and assigned Guardian of Elizabeth Jackson age 12; Frederick Jackson aged eight; and Henrietta Jackson age 6, children of deceased. Henrietta V. Jackson the widow having renounced. Etc. etc.

Proctor’s schedule of personal estate in Ireland of Frederick Jackson of 4 Mortimer Ter., County Middlesex but formerly Of Harcourt St., Dublin, who died 31 October 1851. Consists of no household furniture or leases. Money out on mortgage under £300. Cost do but not yet ascertained, under £1150 total £1450 sworn 3 August 1852 by George Stamer Brereton.

Dublin directories.
1849 Frederick Jackson solicitor 18 Parliament St.
Hundred and 84 Frederick Jackson solicitor one Leinster Terrace, wrath means [aka Rathmines].
No Frederick Jackson 1839
1842 to 1850 both inclusive Frederick Jackson 9 Harcourt St. South

1851 in 1852 Frederick Jackson 50 Great Brunswick St. solicitor.

 

1844

5

185

1844 Mar 19

Armagh

JACKSON

John JACKSON – Robert JACKSON

Image 348

BTW John JACKSON of Ballinahonebeg in the county of Armagh Esq. of the first part Henriette JACKSON only daughter of the said John JACKSON of the second part James STANLEY of Armagh in the county of Armagh gent of the third part and Robert William JACKSON of London Esquire Barrister at law and John STANLEY the younger of Armagh, Co. Armagh trustees nominated and appointed for the purposes therein after mentioned of the 4th part. Marriage to be had btw James STANLEY & Harriette JACKSON reciting indenture of which this a memorial. John JACKSON confirmed to Robert William JACKSON and John STANLEY for lives of James STANLEY & Harriette JACKSON one annuity or clear yearly rent charge or annual sum of £50 to be charged against townlands of Ballynahonebeg, Bellaghy ors Bellaghey and Lisadian in Parish, Barony & Co. Armagh unto Robert William JACKSON & John STANLEY … provisions for future children of Harriette JACKSON … WITNESS: James BARNES of Newry & Charles STANLEY of Armagh Co, Armagh Gent. John JACKSON [SEAL]

SEE: 1877 April 4. News Article from Australia.

SEE: Will of Louisa Jackson in Dublin Probates.

SEE: Dublin Marriages. And BNL BMD: On the 18th of November instant, in the Parish Church of St. Anne's, by the Honourable and Rev. John Pomeroy, John Jackson, Esq., of Armagh to Louisa, third daughter of Sir William Stamer, Bart. of Dawson-street.

 

1844

5

194

1844 Mar 16

Dublin

JACKSON

Image 356

See above ROD: 1844-5-112 for much the same info. … Anne JACKSON of Harcourt St., City of Dublin re will of John JACKSON late of Rathmines Co. Dublin Esq. deceased & Frederick JACKSON of Harcourt St City of Dublin Esq. & John Richard JACKSON Esq. Lieut in her Majesty’s 20th Regiment of Foot of 2nd pt.

NOTE: PRONI T808/8257 Groves  Manuscripts

Memorial registered 6 Nov 1848 of Deed of 29 Dec 1845 between Anne JACKSON of Harcourt Street, Dublin City widow & Executrix of John JACKSON Esq. deceased of 1st part Fred JACKSON of same Esq. of 2nd part John Richard JACKSON a lieutenant in H.M. 20th foot regiment of 3rd part. Rev Thomas GREGG of Blackhall St. Dublin & Thomas Arthur Aughmuty KIRKWOOD of Glenbrook, Co. Dublin Esq. both of 4th part George Arthur BRERETON of Leinster Road, Co. Dublin Esq. of 5th part. Refers to deed of 22 Feb 1836 as to Coolatrindle &c Co. Wexford [NOTE: Parish of Kiltrisk, Barony of Gorey] Carigneslaney [NOTE: there are two townlands named Carrickslaney, one in Parish Aghade, and one in Parish Balone, both in Barony Forth]

MS Matriculation Book of Trinity College Dublin Frederick JACKSON age 16 on 22 Oct 1832 protestant son of John JACKSON “causicicus” [aka lawyer] born in Dublin entered Trinity College Dublin as a pensioner.

 

1844

7

10

1844 Oct 4

Aghavilla

O’BRIEN

Digital Record 0151-0153

Acheson O’BRIEN of Drumsilla & John KING of Merrion Sq., City of Dublin, Esq, Indenture of Mtg 7 Dec 1810 between Richard Williams NESBITT of Bellville, Co. Donegal Esq & Edward LAUDER of Cloverhill, Co. Leitrim Esq of 1st pt & Acheson O’BRIEN of 2nd pt & John LaTOUCHE of Marrion Sq City of Dublin Esq of the other.

Richard NESBITT & Edward LAUDER held under lease from Bishop of Kilmore [R. Rev John FORD] ... indenture Robert LaTOUCHE 1842 of Harristown, Co. Kildare ... 130 acres Aghailla

 

1844

7

51

1844 Jul 21

Laragh

OLIVER, William

OLIVER, William - LESLIE, David

OLIVER in consideration of £2278 & interest granted land of Laragh & Carnecarrow to David LESLIE. Lands formerly held and enjoyed by David OLIVER (original lease 1775) Witness Joseph OLIVER of Laragh, Gent & George SADLER.

 

1844

7

53

 

 

 

SMYTH-SMYTH 

x

1844

8

133

 

 

BARTLEY

McKEAN-NIXON  

x

1844

17

300

1844 Sep 13

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 600

BTW Robert William JACKSON of Armagh City of Armagh Barrister at Law of 1st pt John JACKSON of Ballynahonebeg City of Armagh Esq. of 2nd pt & Philip KEENAN of City Armagh Esq Barrister at Law of 1st pt & John JACKSON of Ballynahonebeg Co. Armagh Esq of 2nd pt & Philip KEENAN of City of Armagh of 3rd pt. Robert William JACKSON with consent of John JACKSON let to Philip KEENAN part of town and lands of Ballycrummy containing 5a 2r 5p English Statute measure on which a distillery or Brewery had been erected together with the advantage of the stream of Water and Water courses as the same ran through the lands as formerly enjoyed by Nicholas HUTCHESON and as then enjoyed by Philip KEENAN and bounded on the East by Major THORNTON’s land on the south by the road leading from Armagh to Caledon on the west by Mr. SAVAGE’s farm and on the North by the said Robert William JACKSON’s land all in townland Ballycrummy, Parish, Barony & Co. Armagh … WITNESS: Jacob BARRETT & John McKEE of City of Armagh

 

1844

18

10

1840-1849

 

DICKIE

DICKIE, John T- Marr art  

x

1844

18

250

1844 Nov 23

Aghnafirkin

BROWN

Deed of assignment btw George RUSK of Ednafirkin, Co. Monaghan & Jane BROWN also RUSK, his wife. Of the1 pt. & Robert RUCK of Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Grocer of 2nd pt & George BROWN of 24 Merchants Quay, Dublin Gent of 3rd pt. transfer 6a Ednafyrken, Parish of Tullycorbet,, Barony of Cremorne, Co. Monaghan. WITNESSES: James HAMILTON, Samuel BROWN, Archibald BROWN all of Ednafirkin, famers, all age 30 or more.

1

1845

 

 

1845 Mar 13

Aghavilla

 

LaTOUCHE-IRWIN

SEE: 2010 Image 10125

Peter LaTOUCHE of Belview, Co. Limerick & Richard IRWIN of Drumsilla, Co. Leitrim... various lands incl Aghavilla, Barony of Carrigallen by est 320 acres ... various lives incl Acheson O’BRIEN Capt of Leitrim Militia aged abt 35.

 

1845

1

107

1840-1849

 

DICKIE

DICKIE, Robert-IRVINE, Hill  

x

1845

2

71

 1835 Dec 7

 Armagh

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-McCULLAGH  

Image 80

BTW Samuel McCULLAGH of Cladybeg Co. Armagh farmer of 1 pt & Alexander McCULLAGH of Derryhone Co. Armagh farmer of other pt. Samuel McCULLAGH assigned to Alexander McCULLAGH his 1/4th share of Lisnagannell Co. Down then in possession of said Alexander McCULLAGH for lives of Alexander McCULLAGH & heirs

x

1845

3

125

1845 Jan 15

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 499

BTW John Hazleton JACKSON of Charlemount Co. Armagh, Shopkeeper of 1 pt & Gerge TAYLOR of Charlemount shopkeeper of other pt. Reciting indenture 7 Oct 1815 the Hon Chapple NORTON the Hon Sir George Fitzgerald Hill Baronet Robert HAMILTON and John CHAMBERS had contracted with John JACKSON … Recited: Indenture 16 Aug 1834 said John JACKSON granted mtg of demised premises to James REID and it is also vested said John JACKSON afterwards died intestate and letters of admin 16 [?] 1839 of his goods and chattles to his son William JACKSON and by indenture 25 April 1840 James REID & William JACKSON granted to John HAZLETON JACKSON a plot … one part recited indenture 7 Oct 1815 of which this is a memorial In consideration of £55 to the said John Hazleton JACKSON granted to George TAYLOR … house and back yard formerly in possession of John Hazleton JACKSON … town of Charlemount, Parish Loughgall, Co. Armagh… WITNESS: James Ashmur LAWSON Attorney & John William HANNA Gent both of Charlemount.

 

1845

4

194

1845 Feb 28

Moy

BARTLEY

BARTLEY-BARRY

SEE  Image 10123

Thomas BARTLEY of Moy, Co. Tyrone, Gent & David BARRY of Moy, Merchant.

 

1845

4

264

 

 

DICKIE

COULTER

William CHARLETON of 1st pt  Thomas DICKIE of Clonaleenan of 2nd pt Robert COULTER of Dundalk & Rev. David DAVISON reciting 1839 mtg btw Thomas COULTER & Alexander DONALDSON dec’d of Philipstown ... lands of Killen & Kane... lease 1794 ... natural life of Samuel Alexander COULTER, eldest son of Alexander COULTER then aged about __ years  [Note  - left blank in Memorial] & Joseph Arthur COULTER 2nd son of Robert COULTER, aged __ years.

 

1845

4

270

 

Aughaville

O’BRIEN

Peter LaTOUCHE to Richard IRWIN of Drumnella, Co. Leitrim... Aughavilla 327 acres 2 r Plantation Measure. Reciting April 8, 1814 ... William Acheson O’BRIEN signed as a devisee in the will of Richard IRWIN, lessee. One of the lives was Acheson O’BRIEN aged abt 35 – but I am unsure whether he was this age in 1845 or 1814.

 

1845

5

204

 

 

COULTER

COULTER-DAVISON  

NAMES: Robert COULTER of Dundalk; David DAVISON of London; Unnamed JEFFRIE; Lennox BIGGER; James Neil McNEIL; Samuel McCULLAGH; Jonathan PURCELL. OTHER PLACES: Carnbeg; Carranmore; Ballinahattina aka Ballynahattin; Glebe; Townpark; Sportsmans Hall.

d

1845

5

264

1840-1849

 

DICKIE

DICKIE, Joseph, Rev.-DICKIE, Robert  

DICKIE, John T-DAVISON, David

x

1845

8

8

 

 

COULTER

COULTER-COULTER   

x

1845

10

125

1845 May 30

 

COULTER

COULTER, Thomas & Jane-CHARLETON, William

 

1845

14

26

1840 Apr 6

Enagh

Killynure

OLIVER, Andrew, William, Mary Jane

OLIVER, Andrew - OLIVER, William

Deed of Settlement 6 April 1840 between Andrew OLIVER of Enagh, Co. Armagh Farmer of the first part Mary Jane OLIVER otherwise HAYES wife of the said Andrew OLIVER of the second part. William OLIVER jr of Killynure, Co. Armagh farmer, brother of the said Andrew OLIVER & James HAYES of Magherry Kilcranny, Co. Armagh father of the said Mary Jane OLIVER ... the trustees named by Andrew OLIVER and Mary Jane OLIVER £200 to Andrew OLIVER paid by James HAYES..Ordered.

 

1845

15

38

1845 Sept 6

Aghavilla

 

William Acheson OBRIEN of Cloghla, Co. Leitrim of the first part & Paul DANE of Killyhevlin, Co. Fermanagh & Wm TREDENNICK of Fortwilliam, Co. Donegal trustees for marriage of Wm Acheson OBRIEN & Juliana his wife & Richard JOHNSTON of Grafton St., Dublin, merchant. Reciting indenture of 28 May 1740 between Richard MORGAN of City of Dublin Esq. & John IRWIN of Drumsillagh, Co. Leitrim ... lands of Aghavilla 304 A plantation measure for the term of three lives ... and reciting that lease and release dated 29 July 1766 between David Latouche of Dublin Esq. Of the one part & Acheson IRWIN of Drumsilla afsd. ... David LaTouche demised to Acheson IRWIN... John FORDE of the City of Dublin demised to Richard IRWIN lands incl Aghavilly with covenant for renewal.. several renewals and lands vested in this Richard IRWIN and reciting that this Richard IRWIN was dead and by his last will and testament dated  13 Dec 1832 devised to Acheson OBRIEN father of William Acheson OBRIEN .. marriage of Juliana DEANE to OBRIEN ... renewal in 1845 with La TOUCHE.... loan from Richard JOHNSTON to OBRIEN for 600 pounds...

 

1845

15

38

1845 Sep 6

Aughaville

O’BRIEN

William Acheson O’BRIEN of Clogha, Co. Leitrim Esq. & Paul DANE of Killyhevlin, Co. Fermanagh & William TREDENNICK of Fortwilliam, Co. Donegal trustees... marriage of William Acheson O’BRIEN & Juliana his wife & Richard JOHNSTON of Grafton St, City of Dublin, Gent. Reciting indenture 28 May 1740 btw Richard MORGAN of City of Dublin Esq & John IRWIN of Drumsillagh, Co. Leitrim incl lands of Aghavilla, 304 acres.

 

1845

19

122

 

Monaghan

BREAKY

Wm BREAKEY-Thomas McCULLAGH 

Margaret BREAKEY-Thomas McCULLAGH

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

William BREAKEY, Annvill, farmer & Margaret BREAKEY, nee Mills.

x

1846

6

161

 

Carrichnaveagh

BREAKEY

Campbell-BREAKEY, Humphrey

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

9/4/1846. Humphrey Thompson BREAKEY, Monaghan town, merchant. Reference to townland of Carrickneveagh & William BREAKEY deceased.

 

1846

9

165

1840-1849

Drogheda

COULTER

COULTER, Jane-AKLAND  

x

1846

10

66

1846 June 10

Ballymore, Armagh

OLIVER, Catherine & Joseph

OLIVER, Catherine - KEENAN, Phillip

Between Elizabeth GUNNING of Armagh, Co. Armagh spinster of the first part, Catherine OLIVER of Armagh aforesaid widow executrix of Joseph OLIVER late of Ballymore in the Co. Armagh, Gent deceased of the second part & Phillip KEENAN of Armagh, Co. Armagh, Hotel keeper. Recited indenture…Elizabeth GUNNING did for the consideration as mentioned (by the directions and appointment of Catherine OLIVER) by way of conveyance only and not for only way of warranty of title did sell to Philip KEENAN … farm formerly in the possession of David OLIVER deceased in townland of Derryhaw, Parish of Tynan, C. Armagh…mention of mtg & monies due…. refers to 1804 April 20 renewal lease. Witness Jacob BARRETT & John McKEE both Gents of Armagh. NOTE: 1804 was when Catherine HAMILTON married Joseph OLIVER.

16d

1846

15

38

 

Monaghan

BREAKEY

BREAKEY-STEENSON  

BREAKEY, Wm & BREAKEY, Martha-Stenson, Wm

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

10/9/1846.  William BREAKEY and wife Martha Mitchell.

x

1846

16

181

1846 Sept 29

Aghavilla

 

John GODLEY of Killegar, Co. Leitrim & John Robert GODLEY eldest son of John GODLEY – marriage settlement Charlotte Griffith WYNNE of Voclas, Co. Denbigh, Wales.... Rev James GODLEY of Beltebrurd, Co. Cavan.  ... & Rev Henry OBRIEN of Killegar, Co. Leitrim .. many townlands incl Aghavilla.

 

1846

17

136

 

 

COULTER

DAVISON-Belfast Railway  

x

1846

19

124

1846 Nov 13

Aghavilla

 

Richard JOHNSTON of Grafton St. Dublin & William Acheson OBRIAN of Cloghla, Co. Leitrim Esq. & Anna DANE late of Daneville, Co. Donegal and now of North Cumberland St, Dublin widow of 3rd part reciting indenture 6 Sept 1845 between William Acheson OBRIEN and Paul DEANE of Killhevlin. NOTE: A complex legal case follows and the lands of Aghavilla were caught up in this. This could be the JACKSON of Urker connection to Leitrim land (through the JOHNSTON-JACKSON connection).

 

1847

2

49

1846 Dec 16

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 279

Robert William JACKSON of City of Armagh Esq. of 1 pt & Ecclesiastcal Commission for Ireland of the other pt. … lands of Lanugher, Aughervillen, Aughegallagh, Beromine, Tullymore orse Aughalin & Carricktrudden in Co Armagh & one townland of Ballybrawley in Parish & Co. Armagh & part of the quarterland of Mullabrack in Co. Armagh in possession of said Robert William JACKSON & part of the townland of Mullybrack 2r of land adjoining to the Church of Mullybrack .. on payment of £1,848.2.6 with Interest … Robert William JACKSON [SEAL]

 

1847

8

170

1847 Apr 24

 

COULTER

Joseph COULTER- Robert WOODE. Nigel DICKIE deeds.

Not needed.

 

1847

12

185

1847 Jul 1

Armagh

Dublin

JACKSON

Image 164

BTW John JACKSON of Haddington Rd City of Dublin Esq of 1st pt; Robert William JACKSON the younger of Haddington Road City of Dublin Esq of 2nd pt & George SCOTT of City of Armagh of 3rd pt. … in consideration of £100 paid by George SCOTT to John JACKSON made over to George SCOTT a tenement in Cullen St. in City of Armagh then in possession of George SCOTT containing in front 53’ bounded on the east by a tenement belonging to the Armagh Joint Stock Building and Improvement Co. on the west by a tenement belonging to George SCOTT and all the other before mentioned Tenement on Vicars Hill in City of Armagh on which said George SCOTTs store was built containing in front to Vicars Hill 25’ in Parish, Barony & Co. Armagh … term of 39 years recited indenture of Renewal 30 Jul 1823 which contains clauses on the part of John JACKSON and Robert William JACKSON for title and other covenants … WITNESS: Samuel BRADSHAW of 65 Middle Abbey St. City of Dublin Solicitor & Owen HAMILL of 17 Moore St. City of Dublin Clerk. John JACKSON [SEAL]

 

1847

13

16

1847 Aug 13

JACKSON, Henry Vincent

JACKSON

Conveyance of Susannah PEARSON elder otherwise YEATES of Green Hills, Co Dublin widow and executrix of Henry PEARSON late of Ballybough Bridge Co. Dublin, Cooper, deceased of 1st pt. Henry PEARSON of Marrowbone Lane, City of Dublin, Cooper. William ALLEN of Green Hills, farmer. Hannah ALLEN otherwise PEARSON his wife… [other family details] William Henry JACKSON of Upper Mecklenburgh St., City of Dublin Esq of 3rd pt. Henry Vincent JACKSON was the sole executor of the will of Henry PEARSON. PEARSONs released to William Henry JACKSON (ie in his actual possession) town and lands of Cranwellstown part of Kilteel, Barony of South Salt, Co. Kildare.

SEE: Family tree of Peter JACKSON & Joanna

 

1847

18

275

1847 Nov 29

Aughaville

LATOUCHE

Drainage works – great long list & scads of it owned by Peter LaTOUCHE – but I couldn’t find Aughavilly in it.

 

1847

21

41

 

Kings

JACKSON

George JACKSON-Robert MINNETT

Seems to be wrong # Image 455

1847

1848

1

2

1838 Dec 18

Kings

PUREFOY, William

James R. & Others

Image 6

BTW William Alexander PUREFOY of Dorset St. City of Dublin Esq of 1 pt. James Robert PUREFOY of Banagher, Kings Co.& Brinsley PUREFOY & Richard PUREFOY Esq. of 2nd pt. Reciting earlier deed 12 Dec 1837 re lands of Clonbullogue and Clonmore otherwise Purefoy’s Place and land of Clonkeen all in Barony Coolestown, Kings Co.

 

1848

1

47

1847 Oct 11

Kings

JACKSON

George JACKSON – John A. JACKSON

Image 45

BTW George JACKSON of #10 Vesci Place Co. Dublin Esq of 1 pt & John Andrew JACKSON of Mount Pleasant Co. Tipperary Esq. the eldest son of the other pt. Released to John Andrew JACKSON lands of Upper Emmill [Emmel West?] called and known by the Bush farm containing 76a 21p lying between the new line of road and the lands of Emill [Emmel and/or Emmel East and/or Emmel West, Parish Templeharry, Barony Clonlisk] being part of Emill commonly called Gurtavoneen containing 3a 1r 29p including 1a of tillage ground formerly in possession of Thady CARROLL shoe maker and late in possession of James Johnston STONEY Esq.  …. In Parish Templehaney [Templeharry], Barony Clonlisk Kings Co. for lives of John Crawford LANGFORD eldest son of George LANGFORD of Ballintoher, Co. Tipperary Esq. & John BAYLY eldest son of John BAYLY of Delisboro Co. Tipperary … George JACKSON [SEAL]

 

1848

4

115

1848 Feb 21

 

COULTER

COULTER, Thomas & wife; COULTER, Launcelot-COULTER, John Henry

County Louth Archives PP54/6/4

1847 May 15 NAMES: Thomas COULTER of Skyhill; Anne COULTER nèe DOWDALL; Launcelot COULTER of Killeen Cottage; John COULTER of Skyhill; George CRAWLEY of Killeen Cottage; Thomas SHEWELL, deceased; Unnamed COUGAN, COLEMAN, ROBERT & DILLON; William HILL of Ballsmills; Thomas CRAWLEY; Samuel GLENNIE. OTHER PLACES: The Hamilton Arms tenement.

d

1848

4

176

 

Fermanagh

McCULLAGH

Public Works Commission

James McCullagh Esq. of Corfadd, Co. Monaghan – loan approved of £400 for improvement of lands of Baragh Drumbulcan,  Barony Tirkennedy, Co. Fermanagh.

x

1848

5

36

1848 Mar 1

Corfadd, Co. Monaghan

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-Public Works

James McCullagh Esq of Corfadd ,Barony of Cremorne, Co. Monaghan,  loan to McCullagh – owner “within the meaning of said act” of Corfadd,

x

1848

6

81

1848 Mar 13

 

DICKIE

WALLACE-DICKIE  

1848 March 13 NAMES: James WALLACE of Clements Lane, London; John Barklie WALLACE of New Orleans; O'Neal BAYLY of Belfast; William McNaghton DICKIE; George SWAYNE; George Hinton BOVELL; George Kennedy SMITH; Edward O'ROURKE; Robert TORRENCE. OTHER PLACES: The Muckamore Mills.

d

1848

6

207

1847 Feb 22

 

COULTER

COULTER-POLLOCK  

1847 February 22 NAMES: John COULTER of Ballsmill; William POLLOCK of Dundalk; Thomas SHEWELL deceased; Samuel BRADFORD of Cavananore; John COULTER jr.; John TOWNLEY.

d

1848

6

272

 

 

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-Dundalk & Enniskillen Railway  

x

1848

13

34

1848 Jun 1

Kings

JACKSON

Francis JACKSON

Image 303

BTW Francis JACKSON then of Killavilla [Killavilla, Parish Roscrea, Barony Ballybritt], Kings Co. of 1st pt Alicia Jane HASLAM spinster only daughter of Richard HASLAM late of Ballyboy House Kings Co. Esq. deceased of 2nd pt James HASLAM of Ballyboy House Esq. of 3rd pt & Anne JACKSON widow of 4th pt. Reciting last will of Francis JACKSON the elder Esq. deceased dated 9 Mar 1847 and reciting that a marriage to be had btw Francis JACKSON & Alicia Jane HASLAM … lands of Killavilla lately in possession of Francis JACKSON deceased bounded on south by road leading from Ballybritt to the Pike late commonly called the Side gate on the Dublin Road in Barony Ballybritt … WITNESS: Thomas HACKETT of Whitepound Kings Co & Lewis H. JACKSON of Killavilla Kings Co. Francis JACKSON [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Ballyboy, Kings Co. aka Offaly

1848

1848

19

186

1848 Nov 6

Dublin

JACKSON

JACKSON-PRONI T808/8257 Groves  Manuscripts

Memorial registered 6 Nov 1848 of Deed of 29 Dec 1845 between Anne JACKSON of Harcourt Street, Dublin City widow & Executrix of John JACKSON Esq. deceased of 1st part Fred JACKSON of same Esq. of 2nd part John Richard JACKSON a lieutenant in H.M. 20th foot regiment of 3rd part. Rev Thomas GREGG of Blackhall St. Dublin & Thomas Arthur Aughmuty KIRKWOOD of Glenbrook, Co. Dublin Esq. both of 4th part George Arthur BRERETON of Leinster Road, Co. Dublin Esq. of 5th part. Refers to deed of 22 Feb 1836 as to Coolatrindle &c Co. Wexford [NOTE: Parish of Kiltrisk, Barony of Gorey] Carigneslaney [NOTE: there are two townlands named Carrickslaney, one in Parish Aghade, and one in Parish Balone, both in Barony Forth. See Deed above Parish of Drumcliffe, Barony Carbury, Co. Sligo] SEE: 1866 probate of John Richard JACKSON. Also see his baptism: His brother Frederick had a child named John Richard JACKSON who was baptised at St. Peters. In 1847, Anne JACKSON, widow, had a house built that was mentioned in Title Deeds to Rathmines Public Library:

 

1848

20

19

1840-1849

Drogheda

COULTER

COULTER, Jane-Railway Co.

 

1848

20

152

 

Co Down

BREAKEY

CROTHERS-BREAKEY  

BREAKEY, Wm Rev-BREAKEY, Ed Rev

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

24/11/1848.  Marriage settlement for Rev. William BREAKEY, Loughbrickland & Jane Crothers, Banbridge; also reference to Rev Edward BREAKEY and Robert Luther BREAKEY, Dublin.

x

1848

21

283

1838 Dec 21

Philipstown

DONALDSON

NOTES from Louth Archives – the date surprises me. It is out of synch with others

1848 December 21 NAMES: Alexander McEVOY, Philipstown;William CHARLETON, Philipstown; Alexander DONALDSON late of Philipstown; James McEVOY.

d

1849

1

68

 

 

 

OSBREY-ROCHE (link to Patrick Adair BLACK)  

x

1849

1

124

 

 

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-McCREERY  

x

1849

9

100

1849 Feb 15

Kings

JACKSON

Image 123 [Not sure why the index indicated Kings Co.]

BTW James FREL of Ramsey Isle of Man Merchant & Sarah FREEL otherwise BUCHANAN his wife of 1st pt. John Stanway JACKSON of Falcon Cliff Douglas in Isle of Man Manager of the Isle of Man Commercial Bank a Trustee for said Bank … Dargle Cottage in Barony Rathdown Co. Wicklow … premises on Leeson St & Pembroke St in City of Dublin … to hols for life of Sarah FREL

 

1849

9

102

 

Kings

JACKSON

John JACKSON

Image 124 [Not sure why the index indicated Kings Co.]

John Stanway JACKSON of Falcon Cliff Douglas in Isle of Man Esq of 1 pt & James PEEBLES of Eccles St City of Dublin Esq Barrister at Law & William BELLINGHAM Esq. of Ravensdale Co. Kildare a trustee

 

1849

1

125

1849 Jan 3

Ballybay

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-HANNA

Thomas & James McCULLAGH of Ballybay & William HANNA of Ballybay

X

1849

4

223

1849 Feb 24

Galway

JACKSON

Thanks to Jan WAUGH - notes from Nick Reddan’s site:

1849 04 / 223 / 184904223 / 24 Feb 1849 / MS

A Mathew JACKSON, farmer & grazier of Glauamada, co Galway, P1

B Marianne Alexander, spinster, d/o Frederick of Nelson St, Dublin, P2

C Frederick Alexander, gent, father of Marianne of Nelson St, Dublin, P3

D Morney Coppin, apothecary of South Great Georges St, Dublin, P3

E Thomas Christmas Nolan, gent, attorney of 17 Abbey St, Dublin, W

F Humphrey John Atkinson, medical student of South Great Georges St, Dublin, W

28 Feb 1849 /

Notes Marriage between Mathew JACKSON & Marianne Alexander; he has a farm, farming stock and insurance etc [he was a widower, previously married to her cousin Margaret Fossitt]

Glennamaddy  Barony Ballymoe, Boyounagh Parish, Poor Law Union Glennamaddy

 

1849

8

27

1848 Sept 29

Aughavilla, Leitrim

JACKSON

JACKSON – Townland Indexes bk 296

SEE: 1849 Aug 27

Although David JACKSON & Eliza OLIVER (his wife) lived at Aughavilla after their marriage in 1838 (it was the birthplace of their first four children), this is the only Memorial connecting him to this townland that I have so far been able to find.

 

1849

9

44

 

Aughaville

LATOUCHE

Public Works document Proprietor John LATOUCHE of Harristown... various lands incl Aughaviila

 

1849

10

135

 

Aughaville

 

 

 

1849

16

61

 

 

BARTLEY

BARTLEY-IRWIN  

X

1849

16

62

 

 

BARTLEY

IRWIN-McKNIGHT  

X

1849

20

163

 

 

McCULLAGH

GRAY-CAMPBELL  

X

1850

2

118

 

 

BREAKEY

BREAKEY – no details noted

 

1850

2

156

 

 

McCULLAGH

GORDON-McKAY 

x

1850

2

193

 

 

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-McCULLAGH  

x

1850

4

27

1840-1849

Louth

BAILLIE

BAILLIE, Elizabeth-BAILLIE, John

 

1850

4

269

 

Monaghan Co

Carnaveigh

BREAKEY

BREAKY, Humphrey T & James to Watson William & anr

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken BREAKEY

1/3/1850. Marriage settlement Humphrey Thompson BREAKEY & Isabella Gillis, Belfast; also reference to James BREAKEY, Carrickneveagh.

x

1850

9

165

1850 Apr 25

Armagh

JACKSON

Image 168

BTW Robert William JACKSON of Armagh Esq. of 1st pt; Jacob BARRETT of Armagh solicitor of 2nd pt; Robert William JACKSON the younger of City of Armagh Gent Admons of the Goods and so forth the will annexed of John JACKSON late of Armagh Esq. deceased of 3rd pt; the said Robert William JACKSON the younger of the 4th pt James STANLEY of Blundel’s Grange Co. Armagh Gent & Harriet STANLEY otherwise JACKSON his wife of 5th pt. Stamer JACKSON [aka John Stamer JACKSON] of Armagh Gent of 6th pt & Rev. Richard ALLOTT of Armagh of 7th pt. … [previous agreements] … Lands of Ballybrawley 8a 2r 13p, 30p and 48p making 9a 1p formerly in possession of Francis GERVAISE … rights of Richard ALLOTT … Indenture 8 Feb 1811 mentioned in affixed map an open and free passage to Robert William JACKSON of continuing on said road the breadth of itself outside the Boundary of the said premises until it meets the Road leading to John JACKSON’s Mill trespass free together with permission to lower the drain in the farm occupied by LEMON and the right of way using the passage to the houses commonly called Feighans [Houres?] … bounded … Samuel KNIPE … indenture 15 Aug 1843 [another 1 ½ pages of more detail] Robert William JACKSON [SEAL]

 

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45

1846 Dec 31

Armagh

MENARY

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BTW Rev Simpson Gabriel MORRISON of Harrolds Cross Co. Dublin formerly minister of Congregational Church of Armagh; William WILSON of Ballybrokey Co. Armagh, Farmer; Robert McADAM of Drumcairn, Co. Armagh, Farmer; Robert DAVISON of Thomas St. City of Armagh, Merchant; Robert GORDON of Tassagh Co. Armagh farmer & John MENARE of Drumkirk Co. Armagh, Farmer (surviving Trustees) of 1 pt; Anne HAMILTON of Belfast Co. Antrim Widow & Executrix of George HAMILTON deceased of other pt. … [as a result of a previous error in a document] portion of tenement referred to as the Little Court at the West end of the House of Building called The Tabernacle together with west portion of said House now occupied by [___] BEGGS and Julia McLAUGHLIN as tenants to said Anne HAMILTON … I Parish City & County Armagh

 

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11

155

1835 Jul 21

Louth

Monaghan

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-McCULLAGH  

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Indented deed of settlement BTW Thomas McCULLAGH of Dunraymond Co. Monaghan Esq. of 1st pt & Sarah McCULLAGH of Derryvalley, spinster of 2nd pt Thomas McCULLAGH of Derryvalley father of said Sarah and Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore Co. Louth Esq. Trustees of 3rd pt. … lands of Drumatt [NOTE: Drumate, Parish Aghabog, Barony Dartree,] 108a Irish Plantation measure in Parish Kilinvie [NOTE: Parish Killeevan]shares a border with Parish Aghabog,]Co. Monaghan to hold to uses of Thomas McCULLAGH and Andrew Coulter BRADFORD Trustees in marriage settlement. WITNESS: Alexander DONALDSON Philipstown, Co. Louth Esq. & Isaiah Robinson of Ballybay Co. Monaghan Gent.

NOTE: Thomas McCULLAGH (1793-1877) of Derrivalley married Sarah McCULLAGH (1816-1857) on Jul 21, 1835 at Ballybay

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12

183

1850 Jun 5

Armagh

JACKSON

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BTW James HARDEN of Harrybrook Co. Armagh Esq. High Sherriff of Co. Armagh of 1 pt William BOYD jr of City Armagh Merchant of other pt. After reciting several writs of Fieri Facias [aka a lien on the property] issued by Majesty’s Bench of Queens Court to the Sherriff of Co. Armagh directed commanding the goods and Chattels of John JACKSON Esq. deceased at time of his death .. and reciting that by virtue of three writs James HARDEN seized all right title and interest of said John JACKSON deceased in and to the several lands… and reciting that notice was given … 10 Oct 1850 [?] [the rest of this memorial was very faint and hard to read] at the Court House in City of Armagh … and the said William BOYD jr. party thereto on behalf of William JENKINSON .. land called Windmill Hill and tenements on Vicars Hill Callen St and Charters School made under lease under representatives of the late Richard ROBSON … tenement in Market St. … held under Vicars Choral & William WAUGH … Market St. and Church lane and Callan St.  .. Mr. WHITTINGTONs … Library of Armagh … John HAMILTON Esq. … said John JACKSON … lands in City and Parish Armagh … William BOYD [SEAL]

NOTE: See James HARDEN (1805-1861) of Harrybrook, Harrybrook House is near Tandragee, Co. Armagh.

 

1850

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Kings

JACKSON

George JACKSON

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

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133

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, John T-McDOWELL, John

 

1850

17

239

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, John T-DICKIE, Samuel  

DICKIE, Joseph Rev.-DICKIE, Sara

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1850

17

240

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, Thomas-DICKIE, Robert

 

1850

17

269

1850 Oct 17

Armagh

JACKSON

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BTW James HARDEN Esq. High Sherriff of Co. Armagh of 1 pt & John STANLEY of Armagh Co. Armagh Solicitor of other pt. Reciting that John JACKSON formerly of City of Armagh Esq. deceased by indentures was entitled to two townlands of Ballynahonebeg and Ballyaughy and part of lands of Lisadian all in Barony & Co. Armagh. John JACKSON duly made his will and appointed executors who renounced the execution of same and Letters of Administration were annexed & granted by the Court of Prerogative in Dublin unto Robert William JACKSON the younger of said City of Armagh Gent … {lots in similar memorials re JACKSONs and these townlands]

 

1850

18

204

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE

DICKIE, Samuel-McCOMBE. Alexander

DICKIE, Thomas-McCOMBE, Alexander

SEE Also PRONI D462 223 also deed 1850 bk18 #204

Indenture between Samuel DICKIE of Killen, Co. Louth Esq & Thomas DICKIE of Trinidad in the West Indies, Esq. & Alexander McCOMBE of Darkley House … whereas indenture of 14 Nov 1806 between Alexander McCOMBE & James FORDE then of Dundalk Esq. since deceased  … part of the town and lands of Killen formerly in possession of Rev Wm NEILSON & Alexander McCOMBE, … Barony of Roach…  28 A 2r 12p … and a later indenture  31 Dec 1825 .. Robert GIBSON of 1st part … James FORDE of 2nd & James DICKIE then of Carrickistuck Esq. since deceased …for 2850 pd by James DICKIE … James DICKIE d 26 Aug 1835… bequeathed his lands to his brother Robert DICKIE of Roachdale since deceased/ John Thomas DICKIE of Clonaleenan and to his son Robert DICKIE of Killen and to his son Rev Joseph DICKIE .. details of trust …

 

1850

20

90

1850 Dec 21

Derryroosk, Co. Monaghan

OLIVER

OLIVER, Turner B

OLIVER, Hugh – FLETCHER, Thomas Henry

Monaghan Lease 21 December 1850 between Rev. John OLIVER late of Derryroosk, Co. Monaghan but now of Belfast, Co. Antrim Methodist Minister. Hugh OLIVER formerly of Derryroosk now of Rockcorry Co. Monaghan, Farmer. Turner Barrett OLIVER formerly of Derryroosk but now of Dowdalls Hill near Dundalk, Co. Louth, Gent & Turner Barrett of Dowdalls Hill, Co. Louth Gent of the one part & Thomas Henry Fletcher of Newry, Co. Down of the other part. Sold lands of Derryroosk & also part of the corn mill of Aghnamullen …legal language.

 

1851

1

78

 

Kings

JACKSON

George JACKSON

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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  

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1852

1

176

1852 Jan 10

Armagh

JACKSON

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Anthony McALESTER of garvagh 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, Ballycrummy, Ballytrodden all in Parish Armagh & Barony Armagh; Ballytrawley in Parish Eglish Barony Armagh; Corneycrew and Mullaghbrack in Parish Mullaghbrack Barony ONeiland West all in Co. Armagh and sum of £500secured 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.

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1852

2

147

 

 

McCULLAGH

McCULLAGH-ANDERSON  

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1852

4

8

1850-1859

Louth

BRADFORD

DONALDSON

DICKIE

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

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4

9

1850-1859

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