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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.. 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. June 23, 2016
Updated January 19. 2023. Updated May 28, 2023 Updated February 8, 2024

 

Notes on Books of Memorials of Deeds 101-150
The shading in certain cells is idiosyncratic. It is there just to jog my own memory.

  

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Bk

Pg

Deed

Key Names

County

Date

Transcriptions & Notes

 

101

4

69448

McLAUGHLIN

Antrim

1713 Sep 30

 

1738 Aug 10

One moiety or half of ye Tenement formerly in Henry SPENSER’s portion on ye Eastside by lane leading to Shanes Castle [Shanes's Castle, Parish Antrim, Barony Toome Upper or Shane's Castle Park, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper].

McLAUGHLIN-McLAUGHLIN

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Assignment dated 10 Aug 1738 of Deed 30 Sept 1713 BTW Samuel WILKISON of Parish & Co. Antrim Linen Draper of 1 pt & Caleb NIBLOCK of Town & Co. Antrim Breekmaker of the other pt.  whereby Samuel WIILKISON demised one moiety or half of ye Tenement on ye east Side of ye Lanes in Town of Antrim leading to Shane Castle formerly in the possession of Thomas STEWART or his undertenants which lyes on the North Side of ye said half Tenement with the Gardens Ways Profits & Hereditaments belonging & assigned to Patrick McLAUGHLIN of ye town of Antrim Gent  of ye 1 pt & William McLAUGHLIN son of the said Patrick of the other pt. Reciting lease of 18 Feb 1720 by Caleb NIBLOCK in consideration of £40  made over to William McLAUGHLIN. WITNESS: Rev. Thomas JENKIN of Gillgorm [Galgorm, Parish Ahoghill, Barony Toome Lower or  Galgorm Parks, Parish Ahoghill, Barony Toome Lower]  Co. Antrim & Jane DYNES of Gilgorm & Robert HASSARD of Dublin William McLAUGHLIN [SEAL]

NOTE: Proximity to Shane’s Castle - & home of Anne O’NEILL wife of Sir Richard JACKSON. Also note Margaret O’LAUGHLIN (abt 1722-1797) wife of George JACKSON (1718-1782) of Urker, Co. Armagh who was supposedly kin of Richard JACKSON of Forkhill.

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101

9

69527

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

Kings

1738 Jun 20

Image 11

BTW Robert POOLE of City of Dublin Tin Plate Worker on 1 pt & William GREENHOW of City of Dublin son & heir of John GREENHOW of City of Dublin deceased Timber Merchant of the other. Reciting that Robert POOLE entitled to lot in Yea and Nea Street in Liberty of Thomas Court Donore Co. Dublin which had been leased to William GREENHOW for 3 lives incl Mary LITTLE now deceased and Purefoy TAYLOR of Nahannagh, [Nahana, Parish Clonsast Barony Coolestown] Kings Co. son of John TAYLOR was nominated in her stead. WITNESS: William HOLT of City of Dublin Gent & Richard JACKSON clerke to said HOLT. [SIGNED]

SEE: ROD: 53-495-36613. 1705 Aug 20. Yea and Nea street in Manor and Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore and ROD: 82-356-58140. 1734 May 29. Reciting 1705 Aug 20. Land in Earl's Street o'wise Yea and Nay St, Liberty Thomas Court and Donore, Dublin [For more related to Yea & Nay St see: ROD: 87-345-62000, & ROD: 125-217-84802] John MONTGOMERY since deceased life removed; Richard POOLE since deceased father of Robert POOLE.

NOTE: Purefoy TAYLOR of Millgrove, Kings Co. Esq. married Miss Anne RORKE of Harold’s Cross, Co. Dublin in July 1782. SOURCE: Hiberian Magazine

NOTE: The townland where Purefoy TAYLOR resided was beside the townland granted to Francis JACKSON in the mid-1600s and Jane POOLE, daughter of a Mary TAYLOR and a sister of Robert POOLE married Philip JACKSON of Ballinrahn Kings Co.

NOTE: Mary LITTLE may have been Mary TAYLOR and therefore Purefoy’s mother

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree

 

101

11

69533

JACKSON, George

Waterford

1740 Aug 23

George JACKSON of Glanbeg jr witness

 

101

12

69534

JACKSON, George

Waterford

1740 Aug 23

George JACKSON of Glanbeg jr witness

 

101

48

69785

STEEL

 

1730-1745

ADAIR, Robert Sr.-STEILE

 

101

69

69907

BRADFORD

Monaghan

1739-1810

 

LESTER to Wm BRADFORD Dundranoh, par Imatris (TI Bk 45)

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101

88

70088

DAWSON

 

1730-1745

DAWSON, Richard-CHARLTON

 

101

113

 

70120

PUREFOY, William

Kings

1740 Sep 24

Image 63

BTW William PUREFOY of Clonivoe, Kings Co, of 1 pt & dam BLUMFIELD of Eyrecourt Co. Galway Gent of the other. Whereby PUREFOY for 5s from BLUMFIELD demised the farm of Gornekelly 124a in town of Eyrecourt Barony Longford, Co. Galway as William PUREFOY held under John EYRE of Eyrecourt Esq as the same is set by the said William PUREFOY to James EYRE of Birr Esq. … WITNESS: Luke USHER Kill in Shane, Co. Galway Gent & James WELLS Yeoman. Memorial WITNESS: James WELLS & Malby BRABAZON of City of Dublin Gent

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree

 

101

172

70503

JACKSON

Londonderry

1740 Jan 20

Image 92

Lease by Catherine ROWLEY of City of Dublin spinster & Rowley HILL of Walworth [Walworth, Parish Tamlaght-finlagan, Barony Keenaght and/or Walworth, Parish Faughanvale, Barony Tirkeeran NOTE: They share a border], Co. Londonderry esq. to William JACKSON Jr of Dunnigrenan [possibly Drumballyhagan or Drumballyhagan Clark, Parish Kilcronaghan, Barony Loughinsholin] Co Londonderry Surgeon bearing date  the 17th day of June 1735 whereby Catherine ROWLEY demised to said William JACKSON  all that part of the half town of Dunnigrennan formerly held by David BIGOTT John McMICHAEL together with the old Highway from the housestead  wherein Gillaspy M’CONNAGHY formerly lived to the Flush called Dunigrinen Flush also that part of the town of Tobermore [Tobermore, Parish Kilcronaghan, Barony Loughinsholin] cont 3 tenements ranging to the street of Tobermore Town on the South and to a road or way  of forty foot broad of the rere made  out of Tobermore town to Dunigrinnan Fort on the West which was served out of this demise… more description.. were demised by Hugh ROWLEY to Robert Mc[ILREE?]  and the same was held by Capt William JACKSON father to the said William JACKSON excepting unto the said Catherine ROWLEY & Rowley Hill the meadow next to the Flush which Hugh ROWLEY kept to his own use. All to William JACKSON jr for lives of said William JACKSON jr.  Ann CUNNINGHAM jr daughter of Gorges CUNNINGHAM of Spring Hill, Co. Londonderry & Martha CORNWALL daughter of John CORNWALL of Mullaghmargaret Co. Tyrone Gent. WITNESS: Letitia HILL, spinster, John CORNWALL Sadler George MOORE Public Notary all of City of Dublin. NOTE: See reference to marriage of a William JACKSON to a Martha CORNWALL ROD #70504. This may link the JACKSONs of Tobermore  to the JACKSONs of Coleraine and also given the ROWLY connection to the JACKSONs of Tullyvallen and from there to the JACKSONs of Urker.

NOTE: Dun Grianan Fort (in this deed as Dunigrinnan Fort?) is in Co. Donegal. Greenfort Demesne (Grianfort) , Clondavaddog Civil Parish, Barony of Kilmacrenan, Co. Donegal

Greenfort Island (aka Green Fort Island) , Clondavaddog Civil Parish, Barony of Kilmacrenan, Co. Donegal

NOTE: In 1796 there was a Robert McIlree at the Vow [a townland on the River Bann where there once was a ferry]. Belfast News Letter. Thanks to Linde Lunney for this.

 

101

206

7066

JACKSON, Robert

Dublin

1740 Jan 24

Image 109

BTW James VAREILLE of City of Dublin Merchant only son of John VAREILLES of City of Dublin Merchant of 1 pt & Anthony VAREILLES of City of Dublin Merchant & Richard PHEPOE of Skreen Co. Meath Gent of other pt. Tripartite Indenture btw James & John VAREILLES of 1st pt; Anthony VEREILLES and Richard PHEPOE of 2nd pt & Richard WALKER of City of Dublin Merchant & Rose WALKER 2nd daughter of Richard WALKER of 3rd pt. Marriage to be btw James VAREILLE & Rose WALKER & in consid of £1,000  secured against 1/3 pt of piece of ground fronting to a New Street at West End of New Market to be set on so called Chambers Street in Liberty of Donore Co. Dublin bounded on east by Robert JACKSONs on west by James WHITTLEs holding, North to Mr. Timothy IMERSONs holding and South to said street containing in front to said street  and he same breadth in rere and from front to rere 108’ … and also piece of ground on Pill Lane over against John SANDES in suburbs of City of Dublin then late in possession of Thomas KILPATRICK containing in front to Pill Lane from the House then lately built by Andrew PRICE on Lord Santry’s Ground … and part of ground belonging to the said City on the North to the City Key  & River Liffy on the east to Mr Jacob POOLs Lotts #26 & 27 … lives of John SHAW Samuel CARD & Ralph CARD … WITNESS: William WALKER of City of Dublin Alderman & George FLETCHER of City of Dublin Gent.

NOTE: For Robert JACKSON see: Jacksons of Crooked Staff and Robert JACKSON, tanner of Crooked Staff

 

101

225

70782

COOTE – MOORE – GORE, Mary

Tipperary

1740 Jan 12

Image 118

BTW Rev. William GORE Dean of Cashell & Mary GORE als MOORE als COOTE his wife of 1 pt. & Henry WEYLAND of City of Cashell Co. Tipperary Gent of the other pt. … lands of Ardmoyle …

SOURCE: Crossley’s Abstracts In P. Crossley Notes at National Archives Dublin: NA T20/480-175

 

101

323

71409

BALL, Thomas

Meath

Armagh

Dublin

1741 May 15

BALL-GAGE Bk 2 1739-1810

Image 168

Thomas BALL of Dublin Esq. of 1pt & Rev. John GAGE of Ashdowneybig [??] Co. Londonderry of other pt £1,145..townlands Nevintown [Knavinstown, Parish Crickstown, Barony Ratoath]] & Creekstown [Crickstown, Parish Crickstown, Barony Ratoath] Co Meath & Emerycam [Ummeracam (Ball) North and/or Ummeracam (Ball) South, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Shet[?Sheetrim, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] [Munogg? Monog, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] Dunloghery [Drumlougher, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] , Teer [Teer, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Annaghmore [Annaghmare, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Drumncavalk [possibly Drummuckavall, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Tullyogallagh [Tullyogallaghan, Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper] Aghduffe [probably Aughanduff, Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper ] Cargint [possibly Carnagat, Parish Newry (Armagh portion), Barony Orior Upper] those the town and lands of Crossmaglen [Crossmaglen, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] Cullyhanna [Cullyhanna Big & Cullyhanna Little, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] Urgher [aka [Urcher, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] Legmoylin [Legmoylin, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] otherwise Tullydonnell [Tullydonnell (Gage) or Tullydonnell (O'Callaghan), Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] & Drumully otherwise Balls Quarter [??] Corlys [probably [Corliss, Parish Creggan, Barony of Fews Upper] & Sturgan [possibly Sturgan, Parish Killevy (Upper Orior portion), in the Barony of Orior Upper, NOTE: a part of a townland named Tullymore (not sure which one) was referred to as Tullymore Sturgeon] situate lying and being in the Co. of Armagh.

NOTE: A John BALL (1702-1764) Esq. was the husband of Dorothy JACKSON of the JACKSONs of Coleraine. He was 1st cousin of Thomas BALL (1696-1742) of Parish of Creggan and also of Bath, England.

17

101

360

71647

O’NEILL

Dublin

1740 Jun 27

Image 187

BTW Arthur O’NEILL of City of Dublin merchant for better securing the payment of £50 & interest made over to William KNIGHT of City of Dublin Coulterer all that corner or angular piece of ground on West side of Fishamble Street and the Blind Quay in City of ublin with three houses in possession of said Arthur O’NEILL another in possession of Anne CRANE widow and the other in possession of Abraham MANNING said ground containing in front to Fishamble Street 61’4’ and in depth on North side fronting the Blind Quay 39’ 6” and in depth front to rere on south side 45’ 6” … WITNESS: Isaac WIMMINS & William O’NEILL of City of Dublin Gent.

 

101

363

71652

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1735 Dec 1

JACKSON-MOORE & ors Book Index 1730-45

Image 188

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry Esq in consideration of rents paid by John WHITE, Samuel MOOR, John HANNA, Duncan CALVY, James MITCHELL & James REED  all three parts of Ballystroan [Ballystrone, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine] now in their possession … rent of £34 together with 18 Pullets to be delivered yearly on 1st Jan or 6s sterling also to carry every summer to the Mansion House near Coleraine of their own cutting and Winning 90 sacks of Turf every sack containing ten bushels …. WITNESS: William CHURCH & Henry PLATT both of Colerain & William KINKEAD of Coleraine

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

101

371

71699

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1734 Nov 9

JACKSON-FORBES & ors Book Index 1730-45

Image 192

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry Esq.  in consideration of £14.11.9 set to John FORBES, Mary FORBES, Joseph LEIGHTON, John BOYD & James FORBES all of Ballywoodrickmore [Ballywildrick Lower, & Ballywildrick Upper, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine]  in Parish Dunboe … yearly rent of £11.15s  with Duties to wit one Dozen of good Puletts  … 35 sacks of turf …. WITNESS: William CHURCH & Samuel MOORE both of Coleraine Memorial WITNESS: William CHURCH & John BOYD of Ballywillrickmore William JACKSON [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

101

419

72105

 

Sligo

1738 Mar 12

O’HARA & ors- GORGES

Image 216

BTW Charles O’HARA of Nymphsfield [Annaghmore, Parish Kilvarnet, Barony Leyny ] Co. Sligo Esq. & Kean O’HARA of Nymphsfield Esq of 1st pt & Sir Edward CROFTON of Moate Co. Roscommon son and heir and executor to his late father Sir Edward CROFTON Bart deceased of 2nd pt; Hamilton GEORGES (GORGES) of City of Dublin Esq of 3rd pt Reciting 18 Dec 1718 btw Kean O’HARA of Templehouse Co. Sligo Esq. father of said Charles & Elinor his wife of 1st pt & George MATHEWS of Thomastowne Co. Tipperary Esq & the Rev Dean William PERCIVAL of 2nd pt. Sir Edward CROFTON deceased & Robert STEWART of Castle Ruddery Co. Wicklow Esq. of 3rd pt.…. various payments … Lands of Coolany vizt Carrowitragh of Coolany ¼ Carrowoughteragh of Coolany ¼ Carrowhosey ¼ the fairs and markets therof thereto appertaining Glanone Trine Laraga Six Cartons Carrowrathbarrin ¼ Carrowleany ¼ Rathgan ¼ Doorishmore and Doorishbegg half a quarter Tinlagh ¼ Laghta, ¼ Lismafahy Six Cartons the towns and lands of Claragh vizt Carrowoughteragh Claragh ¼ Carroweighteragh Claragh … more lands in Co. Sligo … Knockadoe … all in Barony Leyny Co. Sligo

Landed Estates: The O'Haras were the only Gaelic family to continue as major landowners in County Sligo up to modern times. They held significant estates in the Baronies of Leyny and Corran. Through judicious choice in terms of politics and religion they succeeded in maintaining their role in Sligo political and social life for three centuries. In 1906 Major Charles K. O'Hara is recorded as the occupier of property at Annaghmore, barony of Leyny, including a mansion house.

 

101

436

71651

JACKSON

Londonderry

1739-1810

JACKSON-MOORE

Wrong Book There was a JACKSON-MOORE at 101-363-71652.

 

101

479

72599

JACKSON, George & Agnes & Catherine & William & ors

Limerick

1741 Nov 19

JACKSON-McMAHON Book Index 1730-1745

Between Agnes JACKSON, William JACKSON, George JACKSON & Cathrin JACKSON all of the City of Limerick & Marcus DUSOL of the town of Ennis Co. Clare Gent of the one part & Francis McMAHON of Mylish farmer & John Mead Fitz RICHARD of the City of Limerick of the other part. 1731 Oct 30?

 

101

489

72630

JACKSON, Miles

Cork

1737 May 19

Will of Alicia LUKEY als CROSS of Cork, widow. Mentions her nephew William WALLIS Esq. several cousins. In the list of lands, mentions Miles JACKSONs concerns, all in City or suburbs of City of Cork. NOTE: The WALLIS connection.

From Eustace: LUKEY, ALICIA als. CROSS, Cork, widow. 19 May 1737. Narrate, 2J pp., 21 Nov. 1741. Her nephew William Wallis, Esq. Henry Rugg, Esq., trustee. Her cousin John Gillman, Currykeen, Esq. Her cousin Ephenetus Cross, second son of Philip Hayes Cross of Cornody, Esq. Mills commonly called Careen's Mills, Mr Fitton tenant. Tucker's concerns, John Raymond's holdings, Miles JACKSON's concerns, all in city or suburbs of city of Cork, and all other her real estate. Witnesses : Mary Farmer, widow of Saml. Farmer, Ballymacodagh, Co. Cork, gent., Henry Rugg, junr., apprentice to Danl. Knight, Cork, merchant, Robert Wallis, Cork, public notary. Memorial witnessed by : Mary Farmer, Saml. Farmer. 101, 489, 72630 Wm. Wallis (seal)

 

102

15

69505

 

Meath

1740 Jul 8

MORGAN-NOY

Image 31

Balybin …. Creekstown Creckstown & the site of the Old Castle

 

102

223

70490

JACKSON

Wicklow

1740 Sep 3

Image 139

Whereby Marlborough STERLING granted to Anne JACKSON of the City of Dublin Widow & heirs subject to condition of redemption all that parcel of land known as Sandymount Park Containing 10 acres in Manor of Mount Kennedy & Parish & Barony of New Castle Co. Wicklow. WITNESS: William ALKINS & Matthew PAGEIT both of City of Dublin Gent

 

102

235

70559

 

 

1739-1810

STURGEON-RICHARDSON Aghatarragh

 

102

303

70850

BALL

Armagh

1740 Feb 13

BALL to HANSARD 1739-1810 Urker

Townland Bk 2 1739-1810

Image 179

Frances HALL of Strangford Co Down Esq. Demised to John HANSARD Secretary to the Incorporated Society in Dublin for Promoting English Protestant Schools in Ireland all that part of the lands of Urcher [Urcher, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] then in possession of the said Incorporated Society ...29 acres.. to hold for the use of the Society from the 1st day of May 1736... for lives of [royal princesses] John HANSARD [SEAL]

 

102

346

71075

PUREFOY, William

Kings

1741 Mar 25

Image 200

BTW William PUREFOY of Purefoy’s Place Kings Co. of 1 pt & Richard HOMAN of Clunkeene [Clonkeen, ParishClonsast, Barony Coolestown] Kings Co. of the other pt. Whereas William HUMPHRY let the lands then in possession of said HOMAN … WITNESS; Hannah TALBOT Housekeeper to William PUREFOY & John HICKEY of Clonbullock Kings Co. Weaver. Memorial WITNESS: said John HICKEY & Henry HICKEY brother of John HICKEY

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree

 

102

358

71134

PUREFOY, William

Kings

1740 Mar 7

Image 208

SEE: Beryl Eustace Abstracts

PUREFOY, WILLIAM, Purefoy's Place otherwise Clonbullock [Clonbulloge, Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown], King's Co., Esq. 7 March 1740. Pull, A p., 22 April 1741.

William PUREFOY of Purefoy's Place otherwise Clonbullock, King's Co., Esq. gives Purefoy's Place otherwise Clonbullock, King's Co., leaves firstly to his cousin William. PUREFOY of Clanivoe [Clanivoe [Clonavoe, Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown,],], King's Co., Esq., exor. 2ndly £400 to his daughter Ann PUREFOY. 3rdly £100 to Mrs Hannah TABOT. Lastly, his cousin William PUREFOY as executor. Witnesses : John TAYLOR, Ahana, King's Co., gent., Thos. WATSON, Deryganon, King's Co., gent., Richard. HOMAN, Purefoy's Place. Memorial witnessed by: John TAYLOR of Ahinwin, Kings Co. Gent, Thomas WATSON of Deryganon Kings Co. & Richard HOMAN of Purefoy’s Place, Mathew PAGEITT, Dublin, gent. 102, 358, 71134 Wm. PUREFOY (SEAL)

NOTE: In the 1670 Down Survey, Clonavoe is on the western border of Clonad and was also called “The Red Bog”. It was described as Common Land. “Clonivoe” is also mentioned in the Rosse Papers in the Offaly Archives:: 1738; short, verbal survey of the Sprigge estate, inherited by Parsons’s wife Mary, the co-heiress of William Sprigge of Clonivoe, King’s County (Lisclooney, Clonivoe, etc, totalling nearly 2,600 acres in King’s County with a rental of £281, and lands in Kildare and Westmeath with a combined rental of £266),

NOTE: A Samuel NEAL was of Clonivoe in 1755 and 1757. The Journal of Friends Historical Society.

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree

 

102

358

71135

PUREFOY, William

Kings

1741 April 17

Image 208

SEE: Beryl Eustace Abstracts

[NOTE: as above with one change]

PUREFOY, WILLIAM, Purefoy's Place otherwise Clonbullock, King's Co., Esq. 17 April 1741. Narrate, £ p., 22 April 1741. His cousin Wm. PUREFOY of Clonivoe [Clonavoe, Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown,], King's Co., Esq., exor. His daughter Ann PUREFOY then in England £50 [NOTE It was £400 a month earlier]. Lands of Clonbullock otherwise called Purefoy's Place, King's Co. Witnesses : James Hickey, Purefoy's Place, parish clerk, Richd. Homan, Purefoy's Place, gent., Chas. Norton, Clonbullock, farmer. Memorial witnessed by: Richd. Homan, Mathew Pageitt, Dublin, gent. 102, 358, 71135 ' Wm. PUREFOY (seal)

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree

 

102

375

71266

BARTON

Tyrone

1738 Jan 18

Edward BARTON & wife-STEWART or BARTON

Image 216

BTW Edward BARTON of Tyrone Gent of 1 pt & Mary STEWART otherwise called BARTON of Dromoosk, Co. Donegal of the other pt. for life of Mary BARTON land in Tyrone … WITNESS: John McILVAIN of Grogstown Co. Donegal & John BARTON of Corran Co. Tyrone Gent. & Matthew STEWART

 

102

426

71609

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1735 Aug 14

JACKSON-HOLMES

Image 243

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry, Esq. For rent set to John HOLMES land of Ardadillon [Artidillon, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Parish of Dunboe, Manor of Clothworkers, Co Londonderry … Duties 6 bushels of  [?] clean oats … 30 sacks turf of his own cutting and winding every sack containing 10 bushels… WITNESS: William CHURCH & John BOYD of Ballywillrick [Ballywildrick Lower, & Ballywildrick Upper, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine]. John HOLMES [SEAL] SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

102

436

71651

 

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1734 Oct 25

JACKSON-CASKEY Book Index 1730-45

Image 248

William JACKSON of Coleraine, Co Londonderry Esq. in consideration of £1.10.7 ½ in consideration of rents, let to Samuel EASKEY, Mathew HINES & Wm NESBITT all of Toymullan [probably Formullen, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine] in Parish Dunboe [NOTE: Borders Parish Dunboe], all of the two parts of Toymullan now in their possession in parish of Dunboe, Manor of Clothworkers, Co Londonderry for term of 35 years.  At yearly rent of £6.14.2 with duties to wit Six Bushels of Good Sufficient Merchantable Oats or 2s8p… also 30 sacks of turf of his and their own Cuting and Winding or 7s 6p in lieu and turf to be delivered at the Mansion House near Coleraine … and every sack containing 10 bushels WITNESS: Thomas ADERTON & Wm CHURCH both of Coleraine and memorial witnessed by Wm CHURCH and John BOYD of Ballywillrick [Ballywildrick Lower, & Ballywildrick Upper, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Co. Londonderry. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

102

517

72115

SALE, Mary

Dublin

1741 Aug 27

Image 289

BTW Mary SALE of City of Dublin widow sole executor & residuary legatee of William SALE late of Co. Dublin Gent deceased on 1 pt & John WHITE of Kevinsport Co. Dublin Gent of other pt…. assigned house on Lower Coombe Co. Dublin now in possession of Joseph WILLS Clothier. …

NOTE: Their daughter Abigail SALE married George CRUICKSHANK and then Henry JACKSON of Birr, Kings Co. [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt,, Kings Co.

18

103

18

70448

BIRCH

Limerick

1740 Jan 7

BIRCH, George-HARDING NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745

Thomas GRADY of Kiballyonan, City of Limerick ... George BIRCH, City of Dublin ... Ambrose HARDY.

 

103

147

70983

JACKSON, Adam & Christopher & ors

Dublin

1741 Mar 31

JACKSON-DeLANDRE Book Index 1730-45

Assignment from Thomas KENNAN of Diswelstown, Co Dublin Gent to Adam JACKSON and Christopher JACKSON of Lackwood als Castagobb, Co Dublin, clothiers all that part of the land of Astagobb commonly called Guns Island and also all that part of the land of Lackwood als Castagobb aforesaid with the two tuck of fulling mills with the four stocks and four houses there namely the dwelling house Corning House Stove and Composition House and also all that part of Diswelstown aforesaid commonly called the Mill Island ... make over to Barthomew DELANDRE of the City of Dublin Gent for term of 25 years....

 

103

174

71104

REED

Armagh

1739-1810

REED-Wm & Robert Lettmicollin

William REED of Ardmore & Robert REED of Lettvicullen [Latmacollum, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower], Co Armagh

 

103

228

71297

GRIFFIN

Meath

1740 Jun 14

BELLEW, John-GRIFFIN NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745

Lord BELLEW & wife Mary ... Daniel GRIFFIN of Tullaghanogue, Co. Meath, Gent 236 acres 3R 6P Barony of Navan, Co. Meath

 

103

260

71405

JACKSON, John

Louth

1741 May 11

GRACE & others –NOY & others Book Index 1730-45 Marshallrath,

... John JACKSON of Marshallrath, [Parish of Mosstown] Co. Louth Esq. Only son & heir of Arthur JACKSON late of Marshallrath, Co. Louth Esq. Dec’d... transfer of lands of Marshallrath. NOTE: John’s mother was Anne, widowed by 1709. See Bk 12- ?-4682]

 

103

313

71569

McMASTER

Dublin

1730-1745

ANDERSON, Robert-McMASTER

Rev. Robert McMASTER of Dublin .. Cabragh Lane in Manor of Grange Gorman & Co Dublin...

 

103

388

71852

FOX, Frances

Kings

1729 Sep 26

Beryl Eustace Deeds

FOX, FRANCES, als. HERBERT, wife to Patk. Fox, Durrow, King's Co., the only surviving daughter and heir of Sir Edward Herbert, late of Durrow, Bart., deceased. 26 Sept. 1729 Narrate, 2 pp., 9 July 1741.

Her husband said Patrick Fox. Her cousin Bridget Fox. Reciting deeds of lease and release 28 July 1720 made between said Patrick Fox and Frances Fox als. Herbert his wife of the one part, and Brabazon Newcomen and Robert Clements, of Dublin, Esqrs., and trustees of her lands, of the other part. Lady Jane Newcomen. Her god-daughter Frances Newcomen. Brabazon Newcomen and Robert Clements, trustees. Hon. Lady Hester Lambert. Her cousin Charles Lambert the elder, of Dublin, Gustavus Lambert, second son of said Charles Lambert. Elizabeth, Elinor, Mary, Emilia and Sophia Lambert, daughters of said Charles. Her cousin Elinor Lambert, sister of said Charles. Her cousin Philip Rawson, Esq., of Limerick. Her cousin said Brabazon Newcomen, Esq. Nathaniel Clements. Her cousin Phelix Coughlan of Cloghan, King's Co., Esq. Rev. Robt. Packenham, minister of Kilbeggan. Her cousin Frances Rawson, daughter of said Philip Rawson. Francis Salmon, son of her tenant John Salmon. Monument to be erected in parish church of Durrow. Herbert Rawson, third son of said Philip Rawson. Capt. Parker, holder of mortgage on part of her estate. The woods of Doory als. Derrywoods. Impropriate Rectory and tythes of the parish of Durrow (Kilbride and Durrow), said tythes issuing out of town and lands of Tonycross, Ballyduffe, Munagh, Killbride, Ballykillmurry, Iragh, Ballydroghet [? Ballydrohid], Killisky, Ballynenagh, Ballycowen, Killadurrow, Agharny and Arden. Balleegbeg, King's Co. Killdangan, Ballybought and Tarah [Tara], King's Co. Witnesses : Richard Hoyle, Dublin, Doctor of Physic, since deceased, Burdett Worthington, said city, gent., Bruen Worthington, then of said city, a public notary and since deceased. Memorial witnessed by: John Scott, Limerick, gent., Thomas Stretton, servant to Mrs. Martha Rawson, widow of said Philip Rawson and mother and guardian of said Herbert Rawson, a minor. 103, 388, 71852 Mart. Rawson (seal)

 

 

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SALE, John

Dublin`

1741 Jul 18

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BTW John SALE of Rathkeele Co. Limerick one of the officers of Exise of the one part and John WHITE of Kevinsport Co. Dublin Gent of the other part. Whereby the said John SALE for consid assigned to John WHITE all his the said John SALEs right claim demand to the 5th pt of the sum of £500 he being entitled by virtue of a deed 14 Oct 1703 made on intermarriage of Harvey SALE father of the said John since deceased with Rebecca SALE the said John’s mother since also deceased…. His share of a house on the Lower Coomb Co. Dublin now in possession of Joseph WILLS Clothier. WITNESS: Laurence WALSH of Ballymore Eustace Co. Dublin Yeoman & Harvey SALE of City of Dublin Gent.

 

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SALE, Harvey

 

1730-1745

SALE 1730-1745 Wrong numbers in index.

 

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BAILIE

Dublin

1741 Jul 17

Image 522

Hamilton GORGES of City of Dublin Esq. Thomas CHRISTMAS of City of Waterford Esq. Hans BAILIE and William MAGUIRE both of City of Dublin Gents of 1st. William ANNESLEY of City of Dublin of 2nd pt & William JOHNSTON of 3rd pt. ... lands of Castlewillan, Co. Down

 

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Londonderry

Coleraine

1741 Jun 17

Earl of Antrim-O’NEILL

Caphagh .. Garbergel

Tulloghmurry Gorryburgal

[?] Warren Ballygelagh

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[?] [?]

[?] [?]Pa Agherton

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BTW Rt Hon Alexander Earl of Anrim of 1 pt & Felix O’NEILL of Neilsbrook [in Randalstown, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper,] Co. Antrim Esq of the other … the quarter lands of Cappagh [either Cappagh Beg  or Cappagh More, Parish Ballyaghran, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine] the quarter land of Tulloghmurry [either East Tullaghmurry or West Tullaghmurry Parish Ballyaghran, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine], and the Conde Warren [?] the quarter land of Drumslade [Drumslade, Parish Ballyaghran, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine], the quarter land of Garborgel otherwise Gorryburgal [Garborgle, Parish Ballyaghran, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine] and Carnalbanagh the quarter land of Ballygelagh [probably Ballygallin, Parish Ballyaghran, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine], the quarter land of Craigtown [either Craigtown Beg, or Craigtown More, Parish Ballyaghran, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine]and Island Tassery [Island-Tasserty, Parish Ballyaghran, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine] all in Parish Aghertonlong [aka Ballyaghran] Liberties of Colerain Co. Londonderry … WITNESS: Samuel WARING & Gabriel HEATLY both of City of Dublin Gent

 

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JACKSON, Ambrose

Cork probably

 

FITZGERALD Book Index 1730-45

 

 

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JACKSON, George

Kilkenny

1741 Jan 21

JACKSON-HAYDEN Notes in 2009 diary 1730-1745

Between George JACKSON of Portnecolly, Co. Kilkenny, Esq of 1 part & Thomas HAYDEN of Killmacolliver, Co. Kilkenny, Gent ... grant etc to Thomas HAYDEN townlands of Corluddy Portneholly & Dongolly ... Co. Kilkenny for 99 years ... yearly rent, one peppercorn if demanded ... executed by said George JACKSON “at the City of Waterford above sixty miles from Dublin in presence of Robert SNOW, Samuel TAYLOR & Thomas BOWERS all of said city, Gent ...

 

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JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1734 Jul 22

JACKSON-COCHRAN Book Index 1730-45

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BTW William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry Esq. ... set to Samuel COCHRAN of Fox Dardaress in Parish Dunboe all that third part of Foxdardress [probably Dartress, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine]  … 4 bushels of sufficient clean oats 20 barrels of Turf to be delivered to Mansion House House [aka Jackson Hall in Townland Waterside, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine] near Coleraine  … WITNESS: William CHURCH & & Mathew STEELE both of Coleraine. Samuel COCKRAN [SEAL] SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

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JACKSON, Elizabeth & ors

Dublin

1741 Dec 23

MATTHEWS & wife-GIBTON

John MATTHEWS of City of Dublin Cordwainer & Elizabeth MATTHEWS otherwise JACKSON his wife... did sign to Nicholas GIBTON of the same City Currier all that brick house & tenement built by Enoch PALMER Founder and situate of the west side of Boote Lane in said City... SEE: Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Pimlico

 

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PUREFOY, William

Kings

1739 Jul 12

DENNELL

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BTW William PUREFOY of Purefoy’s Place als Clonbulloge Kings Co. demised to James DENNELL of Ballynure Co. Kildare Miller the Water Mill & Water Courses of Purefoy’s Place als Clonbulloge with House & Garden belonging and then held by Dennis [F]EDICAN & Malt Mill & Flood Mill which was to be built by said James DENNELL …

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree

 

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JACKSON, George

Kilkenny

1741 Jan 31

JACKSON-HAYDON Notes in 2009 diary

1730-1745

George JACKSON of Portnacolly, Co Kilkenny

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BTW George JACKSON Portnascully Co. Kilkenny Esq. of 1 pt & Thomas HAYDEN of Killmacoliver Co. Kilkenny of the other. Whereby George JACKSON for considerations set to Thomas HAYDEN the town and lands of Corluddy Portnascully & Dongally Co. Kilkenny from May 1st for 99 years. Executed by George JACKSON at City of Waterford. WITNESS Robert SNOW, Samuel TAYLOR & Thomas BOWERS all of said city Gents.

 

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BAILLIE

Cork

1741 Jan 26

HOARE-BAILIE- Notes in 2009 diary 1730-1745

... whereas my brother Edmond HOARE Esq. Did after the executions of his last will ... signify unto me Joseph HOARE Esq. That it was his intention to leave unto Theodosius BAILY, son of Rev. John BAILY the sun of £6 yearly. WITNESS: Peter HUBBERT, Robert WALLIS of City of Cork.

 

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GILLMER

Armagh

1740 Jan 29&30

GILLMER to DAWSON Notes in 2009 diary1739-1810

Between Robert GILMORE of City of Dublin, Gent eldest son & heir apparent of James GILMER late of Monony [going from other deeds, probably Manooney, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh], Co. Armagh Gent deceased of the one part & Hon. Arthur DAWSON Esq. 3rd Baron ... of the other part ... for £500 transferred to Arthur DAWSON “all that an those in the Desmenes of Mount Hamilton otherwise Ardgonell [possibly Ardgonnell, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny] called by the names of Ryland Island of Limepark ... part of townland of Fredduff [Freeduff, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] adjoining the Bridge of Argonnell & the Great Road leading from Middleton to Monaghan & formerly in the possession of William HAMILTON & his undertenants ... WITNESS: Richard MAGENIS & Samuel WALLACE both of City of Dublin, Gent.

 

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JACKSON, Jane, Gilbert

Down

1740 May 13

Jane JACKSON only daughter of Gilbert JACKSON Gent deceased of Newtown, Co. Down marriage to John MOORE of Co. Tyrone, eldest son and heir of William MOORE of Dromont, Co. Tyrone.in consideration of marriage portion of £850, William MOORE granted to John TATE of Newtown, Co. Down and John ORR of Scrabow Co. Down townlands of Dromont + Drumearn, Manor of Ballymagrane + 3/4 Mullynahorn, except mill in Dromont from William MOORE to Acheson MOORE, for uses + trusts recited in marriage settlement. Nick Reddans deeds  Abstract made by: Alison Kilpatrick. NOTE John TATE was the 2nd husband of Annas KELL, widow of Gilbert JACKSON. SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

 

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Antrim

1728 Jul 13

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

Antrim Town Josiah Erwin’s freehold interest – Potters Hill

Part 11a – Parish Antrim. Crossley records. In P. Crossley Notes at National Archives Dublin: NA T20/480-175

ERWIN-VICARS

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Marriage BTW Jonas ERWIN & Ann VICKERS now ERWIN both of Town of Antrim; sum of £100; freehold interest lands of Tubbergill [Tobergill, Parish Donegore, Barony Antrim Upper] Co. Antrim for her natural life; WITNESS: Felix O’NEILE of City of Dublin, Catherine PERRY now wife of Fleetwood DANIEL late of City of Dublin Toyman & Hamilton BELL Carpenter. Ann ERWIN [SEAL]

 

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SALE, John

Dublin

1742 Apr 28

Image 226

Lease btw John SALE of Rathcale Co. Limerick of 1 pt & Richard COLLES of Patrick Street Co. Dublin Currier of the other pt. reciting the Ellin SALE of Newrow in the Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore & Co. Dublin widow by indenture of lease 8 May 1701 demised to Thomas MURPHY of Newrow aforesaid Farmer all that old house in Newrow aforesaid wherein Edmund SALE Gent deceased formerly lived adjoining the dwelling house of the said Ellin SALE with the back house Tan Yard & Lime Yard & Appurtenances in which lease there is an exemption… reserving out of the [?] demised unto the said Ellin SALE her heirs and assigns during the term herin granted  a piece of ground or Garden next adjoining to the Backyard of her said Dwelling House & Conveniency of a Hayrick over against the Stable hereafter Excepted & also Excepting & reserving unto the said Eillin SALE her heirs and assigns the said Stable on the Premises with Free Passage at all times from the said River & House of Easement theron & the use & Privilege therof and only the use of the Brew House on the said Premises as Often as Occasion requires

NOTE: This is not the John SALE who was the husband of Elizabeth GORE als TIFFIN. I suspect that he was a nephew and a son of Edmund.

 

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SALE, John

Dublin

1742 May 6

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L&R whereby John SALE & Harvey SALE of City of Dublin Gent in consid  of £52 pd by James WYNNE of Ballymadroneought in Co. Dublin Esq did Grant & assign to James WYNNE all that and those two houses or Tenements Gardens Backsides Back Houses & appurtenances situated on the East Side of New Roe in the Mannor & Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore in Co. Dublin granted by lease from Edward Earl of Meath unto Ellin SALE Widow 3 Sept 1692 for three lives renewable forever at rent of £26… one of which said houses and Tan Yard were then in the possession of Mr Thomas MURPHY and the other of the said houses then waste [out] was formerly in the possession of Harvey SALE the elder & late in the possession of Rebecca SALE bounded on the north to Mo BERNYS holding on the west to New Roe aforesaid …

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JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1735 Aug 11

JACKSON-MILLER Book Index 1730-45

Image 322

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry Esq. .. town land called Bogtown [Bogtown, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] lands in Drumboe, Manor of Clothworkers to David MILLER & John MILLER… rent of 15 pounds 13s 8d together with one Bowl or twelve bushels of fluffed and cleaned oats… and deliver to the Mansion House House [aka Jackson Hall in Townland Waterside, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine one hundred barrels of turf every barrel containing ten bushels of their own cutting and winding…35year term.. Witnessed: Samuel MOORE & John BOYD. Of Ballywillrick [Ballywildrick Lower, & Ballywildrick Upper, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine],, Co Londonderry. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

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JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1741 Oct 21

JACKSON-LONG Book Index 1730-45

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William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry to John LONG for 1/3rd part of Ballyhacket Moygilligan [Ballyhacket Magilligan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine,] in parish of Drumbo, Manor of Clothworkers House [aka Jackson Hall in Townland Waterside, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine] for similar terms as above. WITNESS: William KINKEAD & William CHURCH

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

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JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1741 Oct 21

JACKSON-BOYD Book Index 1730-45

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WilliamJACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry part of Ballyhacket Clonconney [Ballyhacket Glenahorry, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Parish of Drumbo, Manor of Clothworkers,  to Benjamin BOYD. Similar to above. WITNESS: Samuel MOORE & Henry HAMILTON.

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

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JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1741 Oct 21

JACKSON-FENSON [BENSON?] Book Index 1730-45

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William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry to Joseph TERSON (BENSON?) of Ballywooldrichmore [Ballywildrick Lower, and/or Ballywildrick Upper, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] all that part of Ballywooldrichmore now in his possession, parish of Drumbo. Manor of Clothworkers, Co. Londonderry for 35 years. WITNESS: William CHURCH & James FORBES. William JACKSON [SEAL]

Similar to above. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

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DAWSON

Monaghan

1721 Dec 21

CLOSE-DAWSON Book 45 (1739-1810) Donaldson’s Tates

Samuel CLOSE of Warringstown, Co. Down Esq. & Richard DAWSON of City of Dublin Esq. .. transfer of a number of tates in Co Monaghan.

 

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Louth

1730-1745

BELL-WILLIAMS

BELLEW to Trevor WILLIAMS of Courtbane, Co. Louth.. lands of Courtbane, Anashelogg, Sheelagh, Lisdrumgin & part of Rassan then in possession of Trevor Williams… WITNESS John PEPPER Waterstown, Co. Louth…

 

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McCULLAGH, Mary

Dublin

1741 Dec 21

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BTW Mary WEYMES otherwise McCULLAGH widow & acting trustee of  Will of Francis WEYMES late of City of Dublin Esq. of 1st pt. … land in Drumcondra …

 

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PUREFOY, Martha

Dublin

1741 Feb 18

STEELE

Image 434

BTW Martha PUREFOY of City of Dublin, widow of 1 pt. Richard STEELE of City of Dublin Gent of 2nd pt. … several houses in Dublin

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree

 

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PARKE

Sligo

Leitrim

1725 Jun 14

William PARKE – GORE & ors

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BTW William PARKE of Donnally [aka Dunally and Doonally, Parish Drumcliff, Barony Carbury] Co. Sligo Esq & Robert PARKE 2nd son of William PARKE of 1st pt. John FONTANIER of Sligo Clerke & Jean PARKE als DELAFAUSILLE wife of Robert PARKE of 2nd pt Richard GORE of Sligo Esq & John DELAFAUSILLE of the same Gent of 3rd pt & Thomas OSBORN of Sligo Gent of 4th pt. Recited that William PARKE and Robert PARKE in consideration of a marriage btw Robert PARKE & Jean his wife & in consideration of £400 as marriage portion by John FONTANIER her guardian… 21 Sep 1719 released to Richard GORE & John DELAFAUSILLE … lands of Aghamore being half a Cartron Slavenaugh[?] one Cartron Carrickeny One Cartron Drumons one Cartron Laentegart & Rahinduff ¾ Cartron with the Corn Mill in said premises all in Co. Leitrim … WITNESS: George BLEAR of Ballygillgan [Ballygilgan, Parish Drumcliff, Barony Carbury] Co. Sligo Farmer; Thomas OSBORN late of Sligo, Co. Sligo deceased Francis BELL of Sligo Co. Sligo

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PARKE

Sligo

Leitrim

1720 Jan 4

William PARKE – GORE & ors

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William PARK of Doonally [Doonally, Parish Drumcliff, Barony Carbury] Co. Sligo of 1st pt Richard GORE of Sligo Co. Sligo of 2nd pt & Robert PARKE of Rabraghan [Rahaberna, Parish Drumcliff, Barony Carbury]  … 3rd pt … lands in Barony Carbury Co. Sligo … park of Carrickdavan Co. Leitrim … Isabella PARKE widow of Roger PARKE late of Doonally, Co. Sligo Esq. deceased .. WITNESS: Sir Richard GETHING of Sligo, Co. Sligo, John DEBUTTS of Sligo, Co. Sligo Gent & Thomas OSBORN late of Sligo Co. Sligo deceased Charles McCAHILERY of Sligo Co. Sligo Yeoman…

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JACKSON, Robert

Kings

Dublin

1744 Jun 14

JACKSON-COLLINS Book Index 1730-45

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Robert JACKSON in Parsonstown, [aka Birr now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt] Kings County, wigmaker. For 150 pounds granted to Michael COLLINS of City of Dublin Gent all those house and garden then in possession of Rev. Henry BIRCH dec’d then in possession of sd JACKSON situate in Parsonstown.. also 10 acres in Burkes hill [in Birr now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt] Kings Co late in possession of John HAMILTON Joyner dec’d then in possession of Robert JACKSON... for lives of Robert JACKSON & Elizabeth JACKSON his wife & Thomas JELLICOE ... James JACKSON eldest son of Robert JACKSON...more details... NOTE: This likely connects him to the James JACKSON peruke-maker of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], and of Dublin. SEE: ROD: 548-502-371521.

 

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Londonderry

Monaghan

1742 Jul 6

JOHNSTON-DAWSON

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BTW Susanna Maria JOHNSTON of City of Dublin Spinster of 1st pt; Richard DAWSON of City of Dublin Alderman of 2nd pt & Arabella Susanna JOHNSTON of City of Dublin widow of 3rd pt. [many townlands in Co. Monaghan]

 

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JACKSON

Londonderry

 

1742 Jul 9

JACKSON-WILSON Clothworkers

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BTW William JACKSON of Colerain Co. Londonderry Esq in consideration of £7.18.3

Lease of townland of Ballymoney [Ballymoney, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Parish of Dunboe, Manor of Clothworkers did set to farm to James WILSON, James RANKIN & Wm LOUGHRICK all of Ballymoney also that townland of Ballymoney now in their possession… term of 35 years.. yearly rent of £5.5.6 with duties to wit 30 sacks of turf of their own cutting and winding and every sack containing ten bushels or else 7s 6d in Lieu to be delivered yearly at the Mansion House [aka Jackson Hall in Townland Waterside, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine] near Colerain. WITNESS: William CHURCH & Samuel MOOR both of Colerain Memorial witnesses Samuel MOOR & John BOYD. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

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Londonderry

Coleraine

1736 Nov 13

GODFREY-DOHERTY

A Tan Yard near Mill Bridge

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BTW William GODFREY of Coleraine Co. Londonderry Tanner of 1 pt & William DOHERTY of Coleraine Co. Londonderry Merchant of other pt. … article of agreement granted to William GODFREY by Hon Soc of Governor and a first [?] London of the New Plantation of Ulster of the Tannyard at or near the Mill Bridge in the Suburbs of Coleraine for term of 61 years … WITNES: Joseph DOUTHILL of Coleraine Inn Keeper & Rev. John McLEAN of Prospect Co. Antrim

 

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JACKSON, George & ors

Dublin

Louth

Meath

Monaghan

1741 Oct 9

DONNELL & others-WHITE

Image 38

Initially I had #72599

JACKSON-WHITE 1730-1745

Deeds of lease betw Elizabeth DONNELL otherwise DOBBIN of the City of Dublin, widow; Richard JESSON of Dundalk in the Co of Louth Gent & Mary JESSON otherwise DOBBIN his wife Ann CRAVEN otherwise DOBBIN of Dublin widow which said Elizabeth Mary & Ann are sisters & heirs at law of James DOBBIN late of City of Dublin Gent and Arthur CRAVEN of City of Dublin Esq. Admin of the said James DOBBIN and devisee in fee simple of John DOBBIN of City of Dublin who was brother and heir of said James DOBBIN dec’d of the one part & Mark WHYTE of the other part of City of Dublin Esq.... deed of release ... names of 1st part; Revd George JACKSON of Ardpatrick, Co Lowth and Anthony FOSTER of City of Dublin Esq. Admin with the will annexed  of the Rev. Peter JACKSON dec’d ... George ADAMS of Hoathstown Co. Meath Gent & Elizabeth his wife and Sir William FOWNS of Woodstock Co. Kilkenny Barrt  of 2nd part & said Mark WHYTE of 3rd pt. reciting deed of release 12th & 13th June 1695 BTW Mary CHOPPIN late of City of Dublin Widow deceased of 1 pt & William BARTON late of Thomastowne Co. Louth Esq deceased of other pt. And reciting Elizabeth DONNELL otherwise DOBBIN Richard JESSON & Mary JESSON otherwise DOBBIN his wife Anne CRAVEN otherwise DOBBIN and Arthur CRAVEN indenture 3 March 1738 by the direction and approbation of George JACKSON George ADAMS & Elizabeth his wife Anthony FOSTER & Sir William FOWNES ... sold to WHYTE in his actual possession by virtue of the deed of lease the said Mary CHOPPINS moiety or proportion of the 8 Tates of Ballyhelishell formerly in occupation of John WILSON and James WILSON & also of several lands incl Kilvahavan one tate Killemurree one tate and a half Mullifinigan half a tate Tannafofanan one tate Killaughavare half a tate and Esker half a tate all in Co. Monaghan. To hold to Mark WHYTE as in release of 13 June 1695. WITNESS: Richrd DRURY of City of Dublin Merchant Stephen PAGE of Dundalk Co. Louth Merchant John MULLAN of City of Dublin Gent & William FOSTER of Dunleer Co. Louth Esq & Thomas CUNNINGHAM of Louth Co. Louth Farmer. WITNESS Richard DRURY Stephen PAGE John MULLEN & William FOSTER & Anthony ADAMS of Hoathstone Co. Meath Gent & Andrew COPE of Woodstock Co. Kilkenny Gent Edward BUTLER of City of Dublin Gent … Mark WHYTE [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmage - Antrim.

 

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JACKSON, Ellen & William & ors

Dublin

Cork

Westmeath

1741 Nov 21

JACKSON-HEARNE .. KEOWN Book Index 1730-45

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Lease made bet Ellen JACKSON of City of Dublin widow and relict and executor of Revd William JACKSON doctor of divinity late of City of Dublin & Revd William JACKSON of Rocksavage, Co Cork only son and heir at law of sd Wm JACKSON dec’d. of 1 pt & Rev Daniel HEARN Archdeacon of Cashel of other pt   .. in consid of £1624 sterling pd to Ellen by Daniel HEARN townlands of Streamstown cont 389 acres... many townlands ... all in Barony of Moycashell, Co Westmeath. NOTE: See ROD: 141-338-95707

 

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SALL, Catherine

Tipperary

1741 Jan 1

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BTW Catherine SALL of Carrick, Co. Tipperary widow of 1 pt & Richard MEAGHER of same apothecary of the other part… New dwelling house with two front shops & Back yard the inside Kitchen back offices [place not mentioned – I assume Tipperary] …

 

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TIPPING

Louth

Armagh

Weastmeath

1741 Jan 6

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BTW Thomas TIPPING of Castletown, Co. Louth Esq son of Thomas TIPPING late of Castletown, deceased … marriage Sophia ASTOM to Thomas TIPPING. Lands in Co. Louth, Co. Armagh [Mulladuffanore [Mullaghduff, Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper]], Ballyduff, Ballynerca [Ballynarea, Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper]; 18a in Tullyvallin [Tullyvallan (Tipping) East and/or Tullyvallan (Tipping) East, Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper] part of townland of Dorsy [there are several Dorsey townlands Dorsy, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper]; Finishn, [Finiskin, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper]  Redbogg [?], Dumhill [?], Hilldan [?] in Barony of Fews. Co. Armagh, Co. Westmeath ….

 

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DAWSON

 

1730-1745

DAWSON, Ephraim-DONALDSON  not needed in 2010

 

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JACKSON?

Antrim

1738 Oct 13

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

Browndod-Barrack Park Parish Donniger

MONTGOMERY-GAMBLE

In P. Crossley Notes at National Archives Dublin: NA T20/480-175.)

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BTW Robert MONTGOMERY of Browndod [Browndod, Parish Donegore, Barony Antrim Upper] Parish Donegore Co. Antrim Gent of 1 pt & John GAMBLE of Browndad of other pt. Lands of Browndad commonly known as the Mountain farm 18a 5r. Robert MONTGOMERY [SEAL] WITNESS: Elizabeth MONTGMERY & Charles MONTGOMERY of Donogore [Donegore, Parish Donegore, Barony Antrim Upper], Co. Antrim & Robert ALDRICH of Belfast.

 

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JACKSON?

Antrim

1741 Aug 11

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

Browndod-Barrack Park Parish Donniger

GAMBLE-BLAIR

In P. Crossley Notes at National Archives Dublin: NA T20/480-175.)

Image 391

BTW John GAMBLE Browndod [Browndod, Parish Donegore, Barony Antrim Upper] Parish Donegore Co. Antrim of 1 pt & John BLAIR of Ballylaverty [Ballyclaverty, Parish Donegore, Barony Antrim Upper] Parish Donegore, Co. Antrim. [see above]

 

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GORE, Elizabeth

Dublin

Limerick

1733 May 12

Will of Elizabeth GORE relict of Hon Sir Ralph GORE Bart late of City of Dublin devised all her estate to Rt. Rev Father in God Edward Lord Bishop of Cloyne and the Hon Henry HAMILTON of City of Dublin & their heirs to the use of the trusts ,,,, for life of her mother Jane ASHE…. And to allow maintenance to her younger children Ralph & Richard … lands in Limerick to the use of her 2nd son Ralph GORE … 3rd son Richard GORE … appointed her mother Jane ASH, the said Edward Bishop of Cloyne, the said Henry HAMILTON & Henry BROOK of City of Dublin Esq. … to be guardians to her children during their respective minorities…. WITNESS: Anthony BURY Co. Tipperary Clke, Nathaniel CLEMENTS of City of Dublin Esq & Henry BRICKLEY late of City of Dublin Publ Notary since deceased. Mem WITNESS: Christopher BOWEN & Albert CATHERS both of City of Dublin

NOTE Edward JONES was the Bishop.

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107

193

73778

McCULLAGH

 

1730-1745

McCULLOCH Jas to BOWKER

 

107

215

73900

JACKSON, George & John

Waterford,

1741 Feb 3

JACKSON-COOTE Notes in 2009 diary1730-1745 [This should be COOKE]

Image 421

BTW George JACKSON of Glenbeg Co. Waterford Esq & John JACKSON his eldest son of 1st part & William COOKE of Camphire, Co. Waterford ... refers to grant to George JACKSON of lands of Ballyduffultra for lives of George & John JACKSON & George JACKSON brother of the said John JACKSON ... in consideration of £500 paid by William COOKE let lands of Ballyduff, Parish of Lismore, Barony of Coshmore & Cashbride & Co. Of Waterford. [lots more detail]. NOTE Right time frame for our George JACKSON of Urker.

George JACKSON of Glynbeg [aka Glenbeg], Co. Waterford, Esq.

 

107

345

74423

BAILIE

 

1730-1745

ADAIR, Elinor-BAYLY ADAIR, Jane-BAYLY

 

107

362

74511

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

1740 Jul 10

GODFREY-DALHOUSSEN

A Tan Yard Without Kings Gate

Image 498

BTW William GODFREY of Coleraine Co. Londonderry Gent of 1 pt & Charles DALHOUSE of Coleraine Shopkeeper & Robert DALHOUSE of Parish Aghanlowin [possibly Aghadowey] Co. Londonderry Farmer of other pt  … Tannyard being without Kings Gate of Coleraine next joining to the Mill Bridge with the waste Newhouse Garden & all other appurtenances as held from Hon Society of London for term of 31 years … WITNESS: John McALLISTER Castleroe [Castleroe, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine] Co. Londonderry & John McDOUGALL of Coleraine Merchants

NOTE: At “Kings Gate” was a drawbridge over the Moat, on the eastern end of Church Street, in line with the east wall of St. Patrick’s Church graveyard. It was in Coleraine, Parish Coleraine, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine

 

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515

75203

MOORE – GORE, Mary

Tipperary?

 

Deed 1 May 1742 Mary GORE als MOORE – Rev Wm GORE Dean of Cashel

SOURCE: Crossley’s Abstracts

 

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531

75264

JACKSON, Ann & Elizabeth & William

Dublin

1742 June 3

JACKSON-JACKSON Notes in 2009 diary Book Index 1730-1745

Image 584

Anne JACKSON of City of Dublin spinster made over to William JACKSON of same City merchant ... new brick dwelling house & tenement on West side of Bootlane Dublin late in possession of Gen FAIRFAX & also memorial of assignment 20 Nov 1745 whereby said William JACKSON did make over to his father Michael JACKSON. WITNESSS: Susan BOWLES, City of Dublin, spinster; John DEVALL of Dublin, Gent. See: JACKSON of Pimlico.

 

107

531

75265

JACKSON, Elizabeth

Dublin

1742 Oct 9

MATTHEWS-JACKSON Notes in 2009 diary

Image 584

Between Enoch PALMER of City of Dublin of one part & Michael JACKSON of same city clothier of the other part for house lately built by Enoch PALMER on West side of Boot lane, Dublin ... 91 year lease yearly rent 40s ... by which assignment John MATTHEWS of City of Dublin [?] & Elizabeth MATHEWS otherwise JACKSON his wife did make over their title to said Michael JACKSON [NOTE: Elizabeth MATTHEWS was the daughter of Michael JACKSON] WITNESS: Susannah BOWLES City of Dublin, spinster; John DEVALL of Dublin, Gent & John MATHEWS. See: JACKSON of Pimlico.

 

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531

75266

JACKSON, Michael

Dublin

1742 Nov 20

JACKSON-GIBSON Notes in 2009 diary

Image 584

Michael JACKSON of City of Dublin, clothier to Nicholas GIBSON [GIBTON?] [much detail echoes two earlier deeds] for house lately built by Enoch PALMER on West side of Boot lane, Dublin now in possession of Mrs. Margaret McKENZIE reciting deed 14 Aug 1713 whereby the land was granted to Michael JACKSON by Enoch PALMER. WITNESS: Mary DALTON of Cabbragh Lane, Dublin, spinster; John DEVALL, City of Dublin, Gent. NOTE: The recited deed would have been the marriage settlement of Michael JACKSON & Mary McCRACKEN, niece of Enoch PALMER.

See: JACKSON of Pimlico.. NOTE: There may be a connection to Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],. Kings Co. An Alice DALTON married a James JACKSON

 

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532

75277

JACKSON,

Michael

 

 

GIBSON Book Index 1730-45

NOTE: This seems to be an error. This deed is not in this book.

 

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569

75759

BROWN

Monaghan

1742 Feb 7

WADDELL & wife-TAYLOR Also BROWN

x

108

6

73973

MOORE, Mary

Louth

1741 Oct 6

TAAFFE

Image 10

BTW Nicholas MOORE of Mooremount Co. Louth Esq. & Mary MOORE 2nd daughter of said Nicholas MOORE of 1 pt. George TAAFFE of City of Dublin Gent of 2nd pt. & James POE of Drumgolostown Co. Louth Esq. of 3rd pt. … in consideration of a marriage btw James POE & Mary MOORE … release to George TAAFFE … 349a profitable & 9a unprofitable in Newcastle … Ballymacdavid … Barony of Kells, Co. Louth … other lands… Barony Atherloe, Co. Louth …

 

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83

74685

DAWSON

Monaghan

1739-1810

DAWSON- St. GEORGE Book 45 (1739-1810) Donaldson’s Tates

 

108

95

74765

GORE

Sligo

Mayo

1742 Sep 3

Image 55

BTW Rt. Hon Lord Baron Tyrawley & Killinaine of the 1 pt & Hon Sir Arthur GORE of Newtowngore Co. Mayo Bart of the other pt. Sum £1900 … Town of Bealeck etc. long list of tenants… lives of Sir Arthur GORE Arthur Saunders GORE & Richard GORE sons of Sir Arthur GORE … WITNESS: Richard STEELE City of Dublin; Annesly GORE of Sligo

 

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98

74779

ROWLEY

Meath

Wexford

Dublin

1740 Mar 6

Image 56

BTW Hercules ROWLEY of Summerhill Co. Meath Esq. & Hercules Langford ROWLEY Esq. eldest son of Hercules ROWLEY of 1 pt & Rt Hon Lettice Lady Viscountess LOFTUS of Ely wife of Nicholas LOFTUS of Loftus Hall Co. Wexford Esq & Rt Hon Robert Earl of Kildare of the other pt. Sum £500 out of lands named – in Dublin

 

108

114

74847

MENAGH

Londonderry

 

Reverend M.E. John MENAGH of Lurgan, Co. Armagh & Archbishop CONINGHAM of Londonderry, merchant. Concerning marriage to Maria CONINGHAM

 

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194

75823

ASHE, Luke

Londonderry

Dublin

Sligo

Longford

1843 Feb 4

ASH RAINEY & Ors -NESBITT.

Image 139 Crean’s Close

BTW William Ash RIENY [aka Ash RAINY] of BallymCuggin [??] Co. Londonderry & Lawrence VERNON of Sligo Co. Sligo Esq. of 1 pt & Carnacross NESBITT of Aghamore Co. Longford Esq. of the other pt. …Reciting that Benjamin BURTON of City of Dublin Alderman indenture 8 Apr 1710 lease plot of ground lately in possession of George CROFTON Gent in Stephen St. Town of Sligo to Mary YEEDON … lives said Mary YEEDON & Mary YEEDON daughter & Margaret YEEDON 2nd daughter … and reciting indenture 1 Jun 1728 the said Mary YEEDON in consideration of the natural love an affection unto Peter SMITH & Margaret SMITH otherwise YEEDON his wife… reciting Benjamin BURTON by one other indenture 28 Oct 1725 demised to said Mary YEEDON all that Park formerly called Creane Close containing 1a 3r in Town of Sligo to hold for loves of Toby PEYTON of Laheeen Co. Leitrim Gent Mary PEYTON wife to said Toby PEYTON and Margaret YEEDON daughter to said Mary YEDDON … Mary YEEDON then wife of Tobias PEYTON … Peter SMITH lease 6 Jun 1733 in consideration of paid by Luke ASH of Sligo … Mary PEYTON otherwise YEEDON one of the lives is dead, Benjamin BURTON of Burton Hall Co. Carlow Esq. by deed of renewal 17 Oct 1739 in consideration of £2 paid by Luke ASH inserted name of Luke ASH instead of Mary PEYTON otherwise YEEDON deceased … also reciting Philip CX of Sligo Co. Sligo Esq lease 27 Nov 1739 demised to Luke ASH three following Parkes that is to say the two north Parks mearing the [?] uses and the Middle Park between the Park in possession of James GIBSON and a Park in possession of said Philip COX the Three Parks containing 7a with one other Park in possession of Philip COX granted by Owen WYNE of Hazelwood Co. Sligo Esq. to hold by Luke ASH for lives of said Philip COX, Lewis ORMSBY son of George ORMSBY of Tobberwaddy Esq. & George ORMSBY 3rd son of said George ORMSBY … lives of said Luke ASH, Samuel ASH son of William ASH of Magherry Co. Derry Gent and Dan son of John McNEAL deceased … 6a 3r in Barony Carbury, Co. Sligo for lives of Luke ASH William ASH and Daniel McNEALE … whereas Luke ASH by his will 8 May 1742 demised all his estate in Town of Sligo to be sold and appointed William Ash RAINY & Laurence VERNON executors  (except lease from Owen WYNN of a Plot of Ground ) … part of lands of Cloonlhebikin [possibly Clooneen, Drumcliff, Barony Carbury or Cloonelly,  Drumcliff, Barony Carbury] bounded on east by Henry KING’s Park on the south by the River on the west by William GRIFFITHS Park and on the North to the lane leading to the bogg containing 4a 3r plantation measure and also part of bogg of Killbeedy [??] containing 6a  3r  in Barony Carbury Manor of Sligo … for lives of Mary YEEDON Peter SMITH & Mary YEEDON the younger and also lives of Luke ASH Samuel ASH son of William of Magherifelt Co. Londonderry Gent & Daniel McNEAL son of John McNEAL deceased in the first 4th & 5th recited leases … WITNESS: Edward SMITH & Frances BILL

NOTE: William Ash RAINEY (1703-1776) son of Thomas ASH (1660-1737) and Elizabeth RAINEY (?-1728) and Dr. Daniel McNEILL (?-1788) was the son of John McNEILL and Mary ASH (1697-?)  sister of William ASH-RAINEY.

NOTE: Sarah ASHE dau of Thomas ASH (1660-1737) and Elizabeth RAINEY (?-1728) married a John JACKSON and they had 15 children -11 of them do not have known forenames.

NOTE: Rev. Luke ASH (1705-1742), a son of Thomas ASHE (1660-1737) & Elizabeth RAINEY (?-1728), came from Londonderry and died in Town of Sligo where he was a Presbyterian Minister. The Sligo congregation partnered with Moywater, now Killala, Co. Mayo.

SEE: Jacksons of Tobermore.

 

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226

76108

JACKSON

Dublin

Kings

Sligo

1742 Mar 18

DEERING-JACKSON

Image 157

Marriage btw Rev Henry CARY & Mary DEERING

NAMES: Henry DEERING & Mary DEERING of Dublin; Bishop Mordecai CARY & wife Catherine CARY & daughter Catherine CARY, all of Killala; Rev. Daniel JACKSON of Tullamore, Kings Co; Rev. Theophilus BROCAS of Killala; Robert FRENCH; Charles DEMPY; Rev. Samuel VIRCASEL [?]; Bartholomew DELANDRY. It is a marriage agreement between Henry CARY & Mary DEERING. The JACKSON connection is to Rev. Daniel JACKSON (1687-1772). Includes four quarters of Templevanny  Parish Toomour, Barony Corran]  Co. Sligo. His ancestry can be seen at JACKSONs of Derbyshire This line includes the JACKSONs of Santry.

 

108

228

76115

BAILIE

 

1730-1745

BAILIE, Robert-MORGAN

 

108

229

76117

BAILIE

 

1730-1745

BAILIE, Robert-MORGAN

 

108

277

76317

JACKSON

Limerick

1743 Apr 23

VERE-JACKSON

This is a marriage agreement between Vere HUNT & Catherine CHADWICKE. NAMES: Vere HUNT [both sr. & jr.] of Glanagoole, Tipperary; Jeremiah aka Jeremy JACKSON of Fanningstown, Limerick; Richard HAMERSLEY of Holy Cross, Tipperary; William CHADWICKE of Ballinard, Tipperary; Catherine CHADWICKE John SABLIER [SADLIER?]. OTHER PLACES: Poyntstown, Garryclogh, Ballyconry, Shronell, Kilmagoning, Ballynard. NOTE: "Kilmaconing" would be Kilmacoge in Oola, Co. Limerick, just over the border from Co. Tipperary.

 

108

330

76514

BRADFORD

Dublin

 

1742 Feb 24

BRADFORD, Wm-of Kildare 1730-1745

Image 213

BTW William BRADFORD of City of Dublin surgeon on 1 pt & Rt Hon Robert Earl of Kildare of other pt. Plot of land on south side of Ushers Quay in Suburbs of Dublin containing 60’ in front, in depth 150’… lives of said William BRADFORD & Frances Anne BRADFORD his wife and Hugh MORGAN eldest son of Marcus Anthony MORGAN of City of Dublin Esq. … witness Richard NELSON & Charles MEARS  both of Dublin Gents.

NOTE: Marcus Anthony MORGAN was the husband of one of the daughters of Chidley COOTE.

 

108

466

77038

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

1743 May 4

PATRICK-LYNHAM

The Butchers Shambles and a holding containing 2 ½ acres

Image 282

BTW Alexander PATRICK of Coleraine Co Londonderry Merchant of 1 pt & Rev. Richard LYNAM of Coleraine Clerke of other pt .. in consideration of £100 sold the Butchers Shambles lying and being between the house of the said Alexander PATRICK and the house wherein Thomas RAMADGE Merchant now dwelleth together with the holding now possessed by John MERCER abt 2a ½ on the left hand of the road leading from Coleraine to Ballymoney … WITNESS: Charles CHURCH & Robert FFARRIER both of Coleraine Gents. Justices of the Peace: William JACKSON & William FORD.

 

108

467

77039

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

1743 May 24

RAMAGE-LYNHAM

A house in possession of Elizabeth GALT & back houses & Garden & Mortons

Fogans Boyds & Quiggs Farms Market Street

Image 283

BTW Thomas RAMADGE of Coleraine Co. Londonderry Merchant of 1 pt & Richard LYNAM of Coleraine Clerk of other pt .. for £100 granted the dwelling house in Market Street Coleraine now in possession of Mrs. Elizabeth GALT with outhouses and garden belonging together with Widow MARTIN’s farm John HAGAN’s farm Widow BOYLE’s farm and Robert QUIGG’s farm in Parish Coleraine … WITNESS: Charles CHURCH & Andrew RAMADGE both of Coleraine. Justices of the Peace: William JACKSON & William FORD.

 

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13

74361

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

1742 May 8

Image 339

BTW Charles CHURCH of Langmore Co. Londonderry Gent & William CHURCH of Town of Coleraine Merchant of 1 pt & Charles RICHARDSON of City of Londonderry Esq of other pt. Whereas Hercules HEYLAND of Castleroe Co. Londonderry Esq in 1735 obtained judgement against Charles CHURCH for £4 & £40 against Charles & Chichester CHURCH …conveyed to Hercules HEYLAND townland Slaghtneal [probably Slaghtybogy, Parish Maghera, Barony Loughinsholin], Parish Maghera & also townlands of Langmore in Parish Aghadowey Co. Londonderry … judgement to Dominick HEYLAND the younger of Castleroe Gent .. pay of William GAGE … Charles RICHARDSON … WITNESS: Dominick HEYLAND of Castleroe Gent & Robert MILLER of Coleraine Merchant.

 

109

108

75161

JACKSON,

Nathaniel & ors

Kildare

Queens

1742 Aug 13

SANDES Book Index 1730-45

Image 390

BTW James HUSSEY of Courttown Co. Kildare Esq. of 1st pt. Piggorr SANDES of Killeavan Queens Co. of 2nd pt & Nathaniel JACKSON of Mountmellick Queens Co. Merchant of 3rd pt. … natural lives of Piggot SANDES, Lancelot SANDES & Henry SANDES sons of Piggott SANDES …

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109

188

75486

JACKSON, Nathaniel

Queens

1742 Dec 22

JACKSON-JACKSON Bk 16 Notes in 2009 diary Book Index 1730-45

22 Dec 1742 Deed between Nat JACKSON eldest son of Robert JACKSON late of Mountmellick, Queens Co. Farmer deceased  whereby after ... Nathaniel JACKSON the elder for the consideration therein mentioned in pursuance of a power mentioned & reserved in marriage articles in said deed poll recited did charge all that and those the Mill lands of Mountmellick with the appurts thereunto belonging lying and being in the Parish of Rosinallis, Queens Co. Aforesaid also partr of the said lands of Mountmellick as also another part of Mountmellick & also all that and those the Towns and Lands of Garoon & Drinagh ... Parish of Rosnallis ... formerly held by Richard RICHARDS bounded on the South East by a tenement formerly held by Pat ROCH & lately in possession of Richard GUY & on the North East by Henry SUMMERS holding & on the North by the street with the sum of £300 to be raised immediately after the death of said Nathaniel the elder out of the rents and profits of said premises ... paid unto Nathaniel JACKSON the youngest son of said Nathniel and to Mary JACKSON his the said Nathaniel’s the elder’s daughter in the shares following:

£200 to Nathaniel JACKSON the youngest

£100 to said Mary JACKSON with interest from the decease of said Nathaniel the Elder.

WITNESS: Samuel WALLACE, Edmond WILSON & Richard MAGENIS, all Gents of City of Dublin.

EARLIER NOTES: ... re: powers mentioned & reserved in marriage articles in deed that the Mill lands of Mountmellick ... Parish of Rossnellis & lands of Garoon & Dunagh ... in Parish of Rossnallis, Queens Co.... pd to Nat JACKSON the youngest son of Nathaniel the elder & to Mary JACKSON the said Nathaniel & the elders daughter in the shares following

£200 Nat JACKSON the younger

£100 JACKSON & [invest] SEE: Quaker JACKSONs in Ireland.

 

109

258

75805

JACKSON, Robert

Kings

1742 Dec 28

DARLEY Book Index 1730-45

Image 466

BTW Japhet ATKINSON of Marymount & Robert JACKSON of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt] both in Kings Co.,Gent of 1 pt & Jonathon DARBY of Leap [Leap, Parish Aghancon Barony Ballybritt] in Kings Co. Esq of other pt. Reciting Henry PERCY of [F]eskin, Co. Wicklow Esq. 1 May 1714 demised to Francis TYDD late of Ballybritt, Kings Co. Gent deceased the Glebe land in town of Ballybritt Kings Co. … lands of Ballybritt in Parish Aghancon & Kings Co. Diocese of Killaloe cont 14 acres more or less as also the Tythe of town of Fancroft [Fancroft, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt], otherwise Fincher in parish of Kiran [aka Seirkieran] Diocese of Kilkenny and Kings Co, to hold to Francis KYDD … and that Francis KYDD the son borrowed from Japhet ATKINSON … reciting 15 Apr 1736 … Jonathon DARBY & Josiah JACKSON surviving executors of the said Francis TYDD deceased of 3rd pt …Glebe lands of Ballybritt & Tythes of Fancroft [Fancroft, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt], otherwise Fincher …Reciting that Japhet ATKINSON assigned his right to Robert JACKSON in consideration of £100 paid by Robert JACKSON… as well as in consideration of of £100  paid by Joseph JACKSON the said Glebe lands of Ballybritt and Tyths of Fancroffts [Fancroft, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt], WITNESS: Henry PALMER of Borr, [sic Birr aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony Ballybritt],] Kings Co. Gent & James MOSS of Mountmellick Queens Co. Sadler. Memorial signed by Robert JACKSON in presence of Henry PALMER & James MOSS.

SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkeiran.

NOTE: It is possible that “Japhet” was related to Rev. Guy ATKINSON and Jane WRAY. Jane WRAY was a grand-daughter of Jane JACKSON (1684-1744). A Jackson WRAY (1715-1793) was a brother of Jane WRAY. SEE: JACKSONs of Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland and Coleraine, Londonderry

NOTE: Reverend Japhet Atkinson lived at Marymount, County Offaly, Ireland. He was a son of Jonathan Atkinson adm. [n.g.] weaver. Ancient freemen of Dublin records. He may have been of Yorkshire. SOURCE: Ancestry. Possibly baptised at Pudsey Jan 31, 1683. SOURCE: The Registers of the Parish Church of Calverley, in the West Riding of County of York. (There were 17 references to JACKSONs in this source).

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109

354

76168

JACKSON, Ann & ors

Dublin

Wicklow

1743 Mar 24

JACKSON-SALE Book Index 1730-45

Image 515

Ann JACKSON of City of Dublin widow of 1 pt & Catherine SALE of City of Dublin widow of Edward SALE Esq edc’d doctor of Laws. Ann JACKSON in consid of £443 to her paid by the said Catherine SALE did make over land known by the name of Sandymount Park cont 10 acres in Manor of Mount Kennedy Parish & Barony of  Newcastle, Co Wicklow. WITNESS: Henry GORE & Pat DUNN both of City of Dublin Gent. Signed by Anne JACKSON

NOTE: Anne JACKSON was the widow of Richard JACKSON and mother of Rev. William JACKSON (1737-1795). Henry GORE was the Henry GORE who was her brother and Dr. Edward SALE her step-brother.

 

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76788

McCULLAGH

 

1730-1745

McCULLOCH Henry to McCLENAGHAN

 

109

513

76911

GORE, Francis

Cork

Limerick

1733 Jan 15

Image 595

BTW William RYVES of Ballyfadane Co. Limerick Esq. of 1st pt & John CROKER of Ballynagard Co. Limerick Esq. & Richard MOUNSELL of New Ross Co. Tipperary of 2nd pt. Kilner BRAZIER of Lizard Co. Limerick Esq Francis GORE of Assollus Co. Cork Clke; Marmaduke GROVE of Garrynacanty Co. Tipperary Esq & Thomas CANFIELD of Dunaman Co. Roscomon 3rd pt. John LYSAGHT of Mount North Co. Cork Esq. & Edward CROKER of Rawleighstown Co. Limerick Esq. of th 4th pt. Jane GORE daughter of Arthur GORE late of Clonrone, Co. Clare Esq & Mable GORE otherwise CUSAK his wife both deceased of the 5th part. … Marriage settlement William RYVES and Jane GORE - Jointure residuary benefit for Catherine GORE … town and lands of Searkeen, townlands of Rathgullan, townlands of Knocklawry, townlands of Glenary, townlands of Ballyngarry & townlands of Ballynlackan containing 1,000 acres in Barony of Castlea, Co. Limerick then in actual possession of said John CROKER & Richard MAUNSELL … term of 300 years … use of Catherine GORE otherwise RYVES mother of said William RYVES during her natural life and after her decease to the sue of the younger half brother to said William REEVES provided always that the said Francis GORE the other party to the deed and father to the said Francis GORE  shall well and truly settle and limit the house and lands of [Assolas?] Rathmore & Rathbeg containing by estimation 174 acres in Barony Duhallow, Co. Cork … WITNESS: William LEWIS of Middletown Co. Cork Clerke; Edmond BAYLY late of Laghqurr Co. Limerick Gent & Thomas BELASYSE late of Co. Clare Gent …

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109

513

76912

GORE, Jane

Limerick

Cork

1733 Jan 15

Image 596

See above

Jane GORE… Francis GORE the elder and Francis GORE the younger.. House and lands of Assolus Rathmore 174 acres in Barony Duhollow Co. Cork

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110

8

75142

 

 

1739-1810

BANBRIDGE-WILSON Tattykeele

 

110

57

75487

JACKSON, Nathaniel

 

1742 Dec 22

JACKSON, Nathanial sr.-HOOPE, James

x

110

57

75487

JACKSON,

Nathaniel & ors

Queens.

1742 Dec 11

FORBES Book Index 1730-45

Nathanial JACKSON elder of Mountmellick in Queens Co Merchant & Nathanial JACKSON 2nd son of above... lands of Drynagh and Garoon... SEE: Quaker JACKSONs in Ireland.

x

110

69

75564

BRADFORD

Dublin

1740 Jan 7

BRADFORD, Wm-GOOLD 1730-1745

Wm BRADFORD City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt & Elizabeth GOLD of same widow... 78 acres in Johnstown otherwise Colewinter Parish of Tinglass Baronony of Nethercross.... and all Castles houses ...

 

110

120

75897

DICKIE

Londonderry

1742 Oct 11

STRAHAN-DICKIE 1742 Feb 22

Wm STRAHAN exec of Rev. George STRAHAN dec’d made over to Adam DICKIE of Castledawson, Co Londonderry ... money – no land mentioned.

 

110

201

76628

JACKSON

Antrim

1742 Mar 23

Image 109

BTW George NEILSON of Town & Co. Antrim Chandler of 1 pt & Charles BELL of Town & Co. Antrim Linen Draper of other pt. Reciting Rt Hon Clotworthy Lord Visc Massereen deceased by indenture 3 Mar 1698 devised to William NEILSON the said George’s Grandfather tenement & Dwelling House wherein said William NIELSON then lived part of FREEMAN’s holding  lying on South side of street of Town of Leitrim abt 30’ in front to have backward toward the river only as the formerly enjoyed as the same was then meared and bounded and also 7a part of field formerly enjoyed by Mr Fulk WHITE as the same was also meared and bonded in Parish & Co. Antrim to hold to William NEILSON for lives of John BELL jr son of John BELL Sr of Town of Antrim & John GRAY sen of Antrim Tailor & James JACKSON son of George JACKSON of Holywell [Holy Well, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper,,Co. Antrim] … lives of said John BELL jun & John GRAY Jun and George NEILSON whose life was by Lord Visc Massereen put in place of James JACKSON deceased… WITNESS: Arthur O’NEIL Gent, John TAYLOR Merchant & Thomas EAKEN Smith all of town of Antrim.

SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim. James JACKSON (1684-?) His birth is imputed from the date of a lease: 1698. Lord Masserene and Samuel Shannon of town of Antrim. Copy of Lease. Thomas Shaw about 16 years old son of Wm. Shaw of Bush. William Hartson about 6 years old son of James Hartson of Antrim. James Jackson about 14 years old son of George Jackson of Holywell. Yearly Rent of £5. Dwelling House, etc. - north side of Street, town of Antrim. Farm - 12a. 1r. 16p. north of the High Way leading from Antrim.

 

110

222

76730

McCULLAGH, Matthew

Louth

1740 Jul 26

Matthew McCULLA of Parish Dundalk, Co. Louth. Occupant of house in middle Ward Dundalk, Co Louth. SW

 

110

319

77523

RUTHERFORD

Monaghan

1742 Sep 29

RUTHERFORD to RUTHERFORD 1739-1810 (TI Bk 45)

Btw Elias RUTHERFORD, of Cadagh, Co Monaghan of 1st part & Moses RUTHERFORD of same in said Co., farmer lease & release recites lease made by Lord Viscount Masserene to Moses RUTHERFORD dec’d of the Tate of lands of Caddah otherwise Cadaghroe for temr of 3 lives... situate in Barony of Cremorne

 

110

354

77879

GORE, William

Leitrim

1743 Jul

Image 186

William GORE of Woodford, Co. Leitrim set to John O’BRYAN Co. Leitrim … 246 acres in Co. Leitrim …. Lives of John O’BRYAN and James O’BRYAN brother of said John O’BRYAN …

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110

355

77880

GORE, William

Leitrim

1742 May 19

Image 186

William GORE of Woodford, Co. Leitrim demised to George BAKER of Drumerniff Co. Leitrim Farmer … lives of George BAKER, Thomas BAKER youngest son of George BAKER

 

110

355

77883

GORE, Francis, Henry, John

Dublin

Limerick

1740 Sep 2

Image 186

BTW Thomas CASEY of City of Limerick, Doctor of Physic of 1 pt & James SEXTEN of City of Dublin of other pt. Lands in plowland of Clonrondbegg Parish Dromelease, Co. Clare NOTE: GOREs were supposedly lives, but I did not see them.

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110

363

77934

JACKSON,

Rose & ors

Dublin & Carlow

1743 Jul 22

BUNBURY to DESBRISAY Book Index 1730-1745

Lease btw Thomas BUNBURY of City of Dublin Esq eldest son and heir of Thomas BUNBURY late of same City dec’d Rose BUNBURY otherwise JACKSON mother of said Thomas & widow & relict of Thomas BUNBURY dec’s Henry BUNBURY of Johnstown in Co. Carlow Esq. & Edward FOLEY of City of Dublin Gent. Of 1 pt & Thephilus DEBRISAY of said City of other part... lease & release  in consid of 608 pounds...to DEBRISAY town and lands of Moygany otherwise Morgany otherwise Moygna cont. By est 140 acres in Barony of Kilkea and Moone in Co. Kildare... in presence of William BUNBURY of Lisnevagh in Co Carlow Esq. & Charles MEARES of Dublin Gent ... SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

110

404

78272

STOYTE, John

Kings

Westmeath

Dublin

1741 Mar 20

Beryl Eustace Wills

STOYTE, JOHN, the elder, Dublin, Esq. 20 March 1741. Full, 2J pp., 4 Feb. 1743. My dear wife Ann Stoyte, exor. with son John. Settlement made by me and my son John 26 March 1740 (lands etc. to be vested in testator's right heirs " upon failure of issue male of my said son John and my son Edward Stoyte "). My said son Edward is since deceased. Francis Stoyte, Ensign in Major Gen. Howard's Regt. of Foot in Great Britain. My nephew John Minchin. My friend Lewis Meares, Dublin, Esq., trustee. All my manners, lands and tenements and hereditaments, that is to say town and lands of Glascorn, Ballykeeren, Street, Donamon and Corelly, Gurteen, Gainstown and Tyrellstown, Frevanagh, Pallish [Pallas], Ballycahjn, in Co. Westmeath. Lenemarren otherwise called Knock and Thornhill, King's Co. Crackanstown and Blackwater, Co. Meath, and my houses, warehouses, etc. in Smock Alley, Dublin, and all other my lands. Leases which I hold from Lord Malton [situation not mentioned]. Witnesses : Edmond Meares, Dublin, merchant, George Meares and Charles Meares, Dublin, gents. Memorial witnessed by : Lewis Meares, Dublin, Esq., Charles Meares, Dublin, gent. 110, 404, 78272 Jno. Stoyte (seal)

 

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481

78879

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1743 Dec 1

JACKSON-RORKE Book Index 1730-45

Between William JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt & Patrick RORKE of same City Clothier of other part in consid of rents, JACKSON demised to RORKE house or tenement situate on the West side of Pimlicoe with the backside behind the same and Dye House in said backside and being on the Court and Liberty of the Court and Donore and County of the City of Dublin  bounded on the last to the Kings pavement on the West to Mr. Martin holding on the north to Mr Harvey holding on the south to Mr Dunlops holding.... term of thirty one years... said lease is witnessed by Michael JACKSON of Pinlicoe afiresaid Gent and Francis Nugent of Rasevaugh County of Westmeath.See: JACKSON of Pimlico.

 

110

491

78933

JACKSON, Daniel

Dublin

1743 Jul 16

MAURICE Book Index 1730-45

Btw Richard DAWSON of City of Dublin Alderman & Rev. Daniel JACKSON of Tullamore [Tullamore, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan]  in Kings Co admin of Edward DEERING... house on south side of High St Dublin... witness Hans BAILIE of City of Dublin Merchant & Richard BARTLETT of the said city Gent.... NOTE: I suspect that this Edward DEERING aka Edward DERING was a brother of Catherine DERING (1711-1793) wife of Rev. Daniel JACKSON. NOTE: Rev. Daniel JACKSON (1687-1772) of Tullamore & Abby Street Dublin. JACKSONs of Derbyshire, Berkshire, America & Dublin – he was one of those connected to the Parish of Santry

 

110

500

78998

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1741 Dec 20

McCULLOCH Mary to SHANLY 1730-1745

Mary WEYMS otherwise McCULLOGH widow of Francis WEYMS ...house in Blind Quay.

 

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57

75607

 

Antrim

1740 Feb 5

O’NEIL-JOY

Image 318

BTW Charles O’NEIL of Shanes Castle Co. Antrim Esq of 1 pt & Francis JOY, Samuel WILSON & James MAGEE all of Belfast Co. Antrim Printers of other pt. Demised the two paper mills & the several houses Gardens & 6a of land in Ballygrooly [Ballygrooby, Parish of Drummaul, in the Barony of Toome Upper] near the town of Randalstown Co. Antrim formerly occupied by Daniel SHAKESHAFT James WOLFENDEN Jacob WOLFENDEN Robert RUSSELL John TEDFORD & James CAMPBELL together with land … WITNESS: George BELL of Shanescastle in Co. Tyrone [sic?] Esq Felix O’NEILL of Neillsbrook Co. Antrim Esq & Henry JOY Belfast Francis JOY [SEAL] Samuel WILSON [SEAL] James MAGEE [SEAL]

 

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71

75616

MOORE, Chidley

Tipperary

 

See Elizabeth Chidley MOORE etc.

Image 325 1742 Jan 17

BTW Thomas LUTHER of Chancillerstown Co. Tipperary Esq. & Elinor his wife of 1 pt & Thomas Chidley MOORE of Abbey in Co. Tipperary Esq. of the other pt The release being Quadripartite btw Thomas LUTHER of Chancillerstown & Elinor his wife only child of Guy MOORE late of Abbey Esq. Deceased & Mary MOORE otherwise GREEN 1st wife of Guy MOORE which said Mary was one of the daughters and coheiresses of Samuel GREEN late of Killaghy Co. Tipperary Esq of 1st pt; George MARKHAM of New Abbey Co. Tipperary Gent of 2nd pt; Thomas Chidley MOORE of Abbey Co. Tipperary Esq. of 3rd pt & Richard MOORE of Barn Co. Tipperary of the 4th pt. … lands of Ballyherin … Baronies of Slevardagh [?] & Cumpsy [?]  … in City of Cashell …

NOTE: Mary COOTE (later a wife of Rev. William GORE) was also a wife of Guy MOORE.

SOURCE: Crossley’s Abstracts

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111

99

70770

JACKSON, Erasmus

Queens

1742 Feb 6

Book Index 1730-45

CLIBBORN

Erasmus JACKSON of Mountmellick, Queens Co., farmer of the 1 pt & Robert CLIBBORN of City of Dublin Merchant of the other, Lands of Drinagh with part of Garroon not set to Nathaniel JACKSON… 128a SEE: Quaker JACKSONs in Ireland.

 

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137

75964

SALE, John

Dublin

1734 Dec 17

Image 359

BTW Hannah MADDEN otherwise McLELAN of City of Dublin widow of 1 pt & Michael JONES of same Gent of other pt. Reciting that Edward late Earl of Meath deed 16 Apr 1692 demised to Anthony PERRY a piece of ground on Meath St. Dublin 38’ in front & 108 ‘ in depth for 3 lives … 18 May 1693 demised to  John DAVISON Carpenter for 3 lives. Assignment came to Alexander McCLELAND who built two houses & devised to his only son John McLELAN deceased and that said John McLELAN by lease 16 Jun 1707 conveyed to John SALE of City of Dublin Esq.… Hannah married Dr. Thomas MADDEN who was also dead & Hannah then entitled to equity of redemption…

2 houses in Meath St, Dublin

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200

76212

GORE, Elizabeth

Dublin

1743 Apr 6

Image 391

BTW Frederick Cary HAMILTON City of Dublin Esq. of 1st pt & Sir St. George Gore St. George of City of Dublin Bart & Edward CARY of Dungivnin Co. Londonderry Esq of 2nd pt. Anthony MALONE & William SCOTT of City of Dublin Esq. of 3rd pt. Elizabeth GORE spinster one of the daughters of Sir Rt Hon Ralph GORE Bart deceased of 4th pt. … marriage intended btw Elizabeth GORE & Frederick Cary HAMILTON …

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111

328

76822

STEEL, Richard

Dublin

1743 Jun 20

STEEL-BROWNE 1730-1745

Richard STEELE City of Dublin Gent. & Edward BROWNE Esq. Major of Regiment of Horse commanded by John BROWNE … land on Cooke Street, City of Dublin

 

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368

77012

JACKSON, William

Kings

1743 Jul 20

BURTON Book Index 1730-45

btw Thomas TYDD & William JACKSON Executors of will of Francis TYDD of the 1 pt & Ann BURTON of the other part. Reciting deed 1742 Dec 28 btw Joseph ATKINSON & Robert JACKSON & Japhet ATKINSON sold to John DARBY all the Glebe lands of Ballybritt & tythes of Fancroft [Fancroft, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt], Kings Co. (in trust for Ann BURTON). NOTE: This is the Robert JACKSON (bef. 1716-1743) of Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt, Kings Co..

NOTE: Sarah DARBY, sister of a Jonathon DARBY and daughter of a Jonathon DARBY of Leap Castle married an ATKINSON. Her brother Jonathon DARBY (b bef 1798 – d. btw 1742-44 of Leap Castle) had a daughter Sarah DARBY who married 1stly in 1773 Lt Thomas EYRE and 2ndly Thomas TYDD. SOURCE: A Genealogical and heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Ireland.

 

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21

76545

JACKSON, Daniel

Kings

1743 May 6

Earl of Montrath & others- Ld TULLAMORE Book Index 1730-45

Image 18

Btw Algernon Earl of Montrath [Algernon COOTE (1689-1744] … & Revd Daniel JACKSON Vicar of the Parish of Lynally, in Kings Co. of 1 pt & Charles Lord Baron MOORE of Tullamore of the other pt. ..... sold to MOORE Glebe [probably Mucklagh]  of Lyanally 28a 3r 25p with all woods underwoods Timber, Timber trees Water Courses Feeding Commons Common of Pasture Mines Minerals Quarries Royalties Privileges  …  land called the Long Meadow and Horse Island part of the lands of Ballynvoher [possibly Ballynagh – sounds similar, or more likely Ballynamire – fits geographically] Parish Lynally mearing and bounding on the lands of Ballycowan and Kilbride on the West with the old River or Watercourse between the said lands and the Glebe of Lyanally [Lynally Glebe]  on the south with part of the lands of Ballynvoher on the east with the New Intended River through part of the lands of Ballinvoher containing 28a 3r 25p to hold to Rev Daniel JACKSON and his successor Vicars of the Parish Church of Lynally… WITNESS: Nicholas CRANNY of Crown Court Parish of St. James Westminster & Thomas TOWNSEND of Grosvenor Square, London, Steward to the Earl of Montrath.

NOTE: Rev. Daniel JACKSON (1687-1772) of Tullamore & Abby Street Dublin. JACKSONs of Derbyshire, Berkshire, America & Dublin – he was one of those connected to the Parish of Santry

NOTE: Charles Lord Baron MOORE of Tullamore (1712-1764) husband of Hester COGHILL (d. 1789). He died childless and his estates went to his nephew John BURY, son of his sister Jane MOORE.

 

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77300

McCULLAGH, Patrick

Dublin

1743 Aug 27

Patrick McCULLAGH of Drumcondra Lane, occupant. SW

 

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246

77893

JACKSON, Richard

Longford

1743 Dec 5

JACKSON-BYRNE 1730-1745

5 Dec 1743 Richard JACKSON of Tennenare, Co. Longford Gent of the one part. Richard BYRNE Connor BYRNE & Charles MOLLOY all of Longford.

 

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246

77893

JACKSON, Richard

Longford

1743 Dec 5

Image 144

5 Dec 1743 Richard JACKSON of Tennenare, Co. Longford Gent of the one part. Richard BYRNE Connor BYRNE & Charles MOLLOY all of Tennenare Longford. Of the other pt. … all that and those the houses and lands then in their possession by the names of Knockroe Bungare the park & bottom where said houses lie [Trevlons?] park and bottom together with 1 ½ a in the Connour where Manus GREENAUGHTY formerly lived. Bounded and meared by the said JACKSONs pasture demised for term of 19 years … rent £11.10… WITNESS: Daniel FERRALL of Camlisk Co. Longford Jane BYRNE of Tenninare spinster & Anthony JACKSON of Tenninare Gent

 

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260

77952

JACKSON, William

Antrim

Dublin

Londonderry

1741 Feb 2

WARD & others – GORGES of Tyrone Book Index 1730-45

Image 151

BTW Michael WARD Esq. One of the Justices of his Majesties Court & Hugh BOYD of Ballycastle [Ballycastle, Parish Aghanloo, Barony Keenaght] late Drumawillen [Drumawillin, Parish Ramoan, Barony Cary, Co Antrim Esq. & John ANDERSON City of Dublin Apothecary executors of the last will and testament of Richard JACKSON Esq. late of the City of Dublin dec’d of the first part. Hamilton GORGES of the City of Dublin Esq. Of the 2nd pt. & William JACKSON Esq. of Colerain, Co Londonderry of 3rd pt ... reciting earlier deed.13 Oct 1729  btw said William JACKSON of 1 pt & said Richard JACKSON deceased of the other pt, the said William JACKSON for securing the repayment of £2,059 2.6 ½ in consid of 5s granted to said Richard JACKSON the several freehold messuages .. Ballymadagan [Ballymadigan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Drumnaquil [Drumaquill, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine], Donballycarn [possibly Drumballyhagan Clark], Ringressbegg [Ringrash Beg, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine], Rinressmore [Ringrash More, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine], Artecleave [Articlave Lower (most likely) or Articlave Upper, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], the lower Altabrean [??] situate in Co. Londonderry … for 500 years at the yearly rent of one peppercorn but subject to be void according to a proviso therein contained. Michael WARD, Hugh BOYD & John ANDERSON in consideration of £2,003.5.3 did at the instance of said William JACKSON transfer to said Hamilton GORGES all said mortgaged lands, tenements & premises to hold to said Hamilton GORGES… for remaining term of 200 years subject to the proviso or condition of redemption and by which the said Hamilton GORGES declared that the said deed was taken in his name. John TRUST for the Rt. Hon. Marcus Lord Viscount Tyrone... WITNESS: William McCAUSLAND & Fairfax MERCER both of Dublin, Gent & by the said Hamilton GORGES in presence of Sackville BERESFORD of same, Gent & Wm McCAUSLAND & Hugh BOYD & Wm JACKSON in presence of Sackville BERESFORD & Dom HEYLAND of Castleroe. Hamilton GORGES [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

NOTE: Boyd, Hugh (1690–1765), entrepreneur, was one of several sons of the Rev. William Boyd, vicar of Ramoan, Co. Antrim (who is said to have had at least two sons by a second marriage), and his first wife, Rose, daughter of Daniel MacNeill of Dunaneeny near Ballycastle. SOURCE: Dictionary of Irish Biography.

NOTE: Elizabeth BOYD, the sister of Hugh BOYD, married Richard JACKSON (1673-1730)

 

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260

77953

ASH-RAINEY, William

Londonderry

1739 Aug 1

Image 151

William Ash-RAINEY of Magherafelt [Parish Magherafelt], Co. Londonderry of 1st pt; William MONTGOMERY of Rosemount Esq. & Robert WARD of Downpatrick Esq. & Thomas NEVIN of same. All in Co. Down of 2nd pt. Charles JOHNSTON of Ballee, Co. Down Gent of 3rd pt. … lands of Milltown, Ballyhassett, Ballywarren, [?]ttall & other lands in Barony Lecale, Co. Down … NOTE: Major William ASHE-RAINEY (1703-1766) SEE: Jacksons of Tobermore.

 

112

293

78111

PRINGLE

Tyrone

1743 Oct 2

PRINGLE, Sarah-LATIMER1730-1745

Sarah PRINGLE, widow and executor of John PRINGLE late of Caledon Esq.  & Robert ELLIS of same both of Co. Tyrone. Of the 1 pt & Robert LATIMORE of Ballagh, Co. Tyrone … leasing part of Gort.

 

112

331

78304

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CARY-GORGES Millburn

NOTE #78304 has to do with Dublin and does not include CARY or GORGES

 

112

331

78323

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

1743 July 24

CARY-GORGES

Image 187

BTW Henry CARY of Dungiven Co. Londonderry Esq. Edward CARY Esq his eldest son & heir of 1st pt; William ANNESLEY of City of Dublin Esq & William SCOTT of City of Dublin Esq of 2nd pt Hamilton GORGE of City of Dublin Esq & Edward CARY of Dungiven Co. Londonderry of 3rd pt & the Hon Jane BERESFORD 2nd dau of Hon Marcus Lord Viscount Tyrone of 4th pt. Marriage to be btw Edward CARY & Jane BERESFORD … settlement £5.000 paid by Lord Tyrone and also further sum of £ 1,000 … lands of Farclone als Farclowne, Killeblight als Killyblaght, Derryard, Flanders, Ballycaragan als Ballycardgagan als Ballycaragan, Derryfflagh als Derryliene als Derrylone als Derrynafla, Ballymony & Coolfiny all in Co. Londondery and also Ballyharke als Ballywhorke, Leaden in Co. Donegal … all that Manor Pellipars in Co. Londonderry als Coleraine & Tyrone in Province of Ulster  … being part of the late dissolved Abby Monastery or Religious House of Dungiven in Barony Kenaught Co. Londonderry al Coleraine and all Lands Tenements Edifices [?] & Tythes & the Heriditiments of the Manor & Wardens of the Guild or Fraternity of the Skinners of London … and also lands of Dungiven and Mahereboy, Ovill, Norebeg, Strahemslimore, Ballynulyge, Ballyallen, Leftahelogure, Maheriboy in Barony Kenaught Co. Londonderry als Coleraine [note many more townlands listed in Barony Keenaght] … McPHILIP JACKSON of London Surveyors in 1740 … lives of Henry CARY and his two sons Edward CARY & Frederick Cary HAMILTON … WITNESS: Thomas SMITH of City of Dublin Gent & James HAMILTON of City of Dublin Gent & Sackville BERESFORD of City of Dublin Clke

 

112

422

78731

GORE, Mary

Westmeath

Kilkenny

1743 Jan 17

Mary GORE

held the mtg to 700 acres Coosan Mighan Creaghduff, barony Brawny, co Westmeath. 260ac Ardlew, Barony Fassadinin, co Kilkenny. She was a daughter of Sir Arthur GORE & Eleanor St. GEORGE & died unmarried 1746.

18

113

119

77674

JACKSON,

Miles & William & ors

Cork

Limerick

1743 Oct 17

JACKSON-COX & ors Book Index 1730-45

Btw Miles JACKSON of Baleyphilip in the County of the City of Cork, Esq. Of the part & Walker JACKSON of Lisduane, Co Limerick Gent of the other part  sale and release by Miles to Walker... Miles JACKSON intends to Suffer a Comon Recovery of the premes in order to barr and Extinguish all Intails ...complex deed....one of the witnesses was Denis O’BRIEN of Limerick ...

 

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186

77925

77926

JACKSON, Rose

Dublin

Wexford

Wicklow

Carlow

1743 Nov 26

JACKSON-STEEL Notes in 2009 diary Book Index 1730-1745

Image 102

Thomas BUNBURY of City of Dublin Esq eldest son & heir of Thomas BUNBURY late of the City Esq. decd & Anne BUNBURY his wife & Rose BUNBURY otherwise JACKSON of sd City widow & relict of sd Thomas BUNBURY and mother of the Thomas BUNBURY party to this deed of 1st pt. Richard STEELE of sd City of 2nd pt;  Robt FRENCH of same City Esq of 3rd pt. for 1,424 pounds  paid by Richard STEELE to said Thomas BUNBURY sold to Richard STEELE  the Rectories, Tythes, Glebes and Glebe lands: the Rectory of the Church of Kilepipe and the Glebe and Glebe lands belonging & Rectory and Church of Killenure  otherwise Killenor otherwise Killnenor and Church lands belonging and Rectory of Church of Kiltagan otherwise Kiltegan otherwise Killagan….  In Counties Wexford, Wicklow and Catherlough [Carlow] ….  And Church of Killelan and Glebe and Glebe lands belonging to Church of Killelan in Parish Killelan Co. Kildare [NOTE: Killelan is south of Ballitore and north west of Baltinglass].

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

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316

78410

JACKSON, Henry

Meath

1743 Sep 30

JACKSON-KERR Book Index 1730-45

Henry JACKSON of Lisnabo, Parish of Enniskeen, Barony of Kells, Co Meath of the on pt & William KERR in Newcastle fsd. Gent of other pt. For 400 pound transferred two poles of Roathes in Barony of Slane & Co Meath to KERR SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath

 

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365

78594

DAWSON

Monaghan

1739-1810

CLOSE-DAWSON Book 45 (1739-1810) Donaldson’s Tates

Samuel Close of Warringstown & Richard DAWSON – nothing needed here in 2010.

 

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24

77686

JACKSON, Joseph

Wicklow

Carlow

1727 Feb 3

BAYLY, John-JACKSON 1730-1745

Image 308

Between John BAYLY of Ballyneclogh [Possibly Ballynaclogh  in Tipperary] Esq. Of 1 part & Thomas WATTERS of Spinans [aka Spinians] in Co. Wicklow Joseph JACKSON & John JACKSON both of Watterstown, [aka Waterstown] Co. Carlow of the other part. John BAYLEY had demised to Thomas WATTERS, Joseph JACKSON John JACKSON the town and lands of Williamstown in Barony of Rathvilly, as it is held by Messrs William & Thomas BUNBURY [NOTE: See Turtle BUNBURY web site] of Lisnaveagh, Co. Carlow ... 3 lives ... at expiration of lease made to captain Walter MURRAY of the said lands by Richard Earl of Arran at rent £237.16.4 WITNESS: Patrick BRYAN, Coolemaderahiny, Co. Wicklow; John BROWN of Mount Neal, Co. Carlow & Richard DEASE, City of Dublin, Gent.

NOTE: I Suspect that the Thomas BUNBURY referred to was the Thomas BUNBURY(1673-1742)  husband of Rose JACKSON (1668-1738). It could also be their son Thomas BUNBURY (?-1781). SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

TOWNLANDS

·  Spinans East, Donaghmore Civil Parish, Barony of Upper Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow 179 A, 2 R, 14 P

·  Spinans Hill (Cnoc na Spíonán) , Donaghmore Civil Parish, Barony of Upper Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow 129 A, 3 R, 0 P

·  Spinans Middle, Barony of Upper Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow 195 A, 2 R, 20 P

·  Spinans West (Na Spíonáin Thiar) , Barony of Upper Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow 75 A, 2 R, 38 P

·  Waterstown (Baile Bhaltair) , Rathvilly Civil Parish, Barony of Rathvilly, Co. Carlow 194 A, 3 R, 29 P

·  Williamstown (Baile Liam) , Rathvilly Civil Parish, Barony of Rathvilly, Co. Carlow 1118 A, 3 R, 18 P

·         Possibly Ballynaclogh (Baile na Cloiche), Barony of Upper Ormond, Co. Tipperary

 

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41

77922

JACKSON, Rose

Dublin

1743 Dec 9

JACKSON-STEEL 1730-1745

Image 316

Between Thomas BUNBURY of City of Dublin Esq. Eldest son & heir of Thomas BUNBURRY late of the city & Ann BUNBURY his wife & Rose BUNBURY otherwise JACKSON of the city, widow & relict of the sd Thos BUNBURY/ to Richard STEEL rector of Church of Killenure otherwise Killenor ... Co. Wexford, Wicklow & Catherlogh...

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine Thomas BUNBURY(1673-1742)  husband of Rose JACKSON (1668-1738) and their son Thomas BUNBURY (?-1781).

 

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44

77924

JACKSON, Rose & ors

Dublin

1743 Nov 25

JACKSON-STEEL Notes in 2009 diary 1730-1745

Image 318

Edmund BUNBURY attorney... Thomas BUNBURY his father & Rose BUNBURY otherwise JACKSON her assigns ... natural lives of said Thomas BUNBURY & Benjamin BUNBURY the second son of Thomas BUNBURY late Cloghno Esq. Deceased who was grandfather of the said Edmond BUNBURY ... townland of Carnavonan was made by James BUTLER late of Garryhundon Esq. Since deceased to said Thomas BUNBURY Esq. Since deceased ... Edmond BUNBURY paid Richard STEELE £1474 to Thomas BUNBURY (father of Edmond) for absolute purchase .... of 3 rectories of Killpipe, Killinue & Kiltegan. WITNESS: James CANE & John ALLEN both of City of Dublin, Gents.

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine Thomas BUNBURY(1673-1742)  husband of Rose JACKSON (1668-1738) and their son Thomas BUNBURY (?-1781).

 

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78765

JACKSON, Richard & ors

Dublin

1743 Mar 24

JACKSON-DEAKER or DEACON

Image 433

BUNBURY-JACKSON (In this index, but no mention of BUNBURY)

Between Richard JACKSON Esq. Only son & heir of Richard JACKSON late of City of Dublin Esq. Esq. Deceased of 1st part & William DEAKEN of City of Dublin. Whereby the said Richard JACKSON in consideration of the [survival] of a former lease made by the said Richard JACKSON deceased to Farmer GLOVER of holding of 50 years 29 Sept 1708 for yearly rent £26 the lease since legally come to William DEAKEN and in consid of £35 paid to Richard JACKSON by the said William DEAKEN plot of land on North side of Glovers Alley near Kings St in Parish of St. Peters & Corporation of City of Dublin Glovers Alley near Kings St., Parish of St. Peters Co. Dublin .as described in map with all houses buildings improvements erected or made… by virtue of lease recited & also Liberty of Egress and regress thro Glovers Alley & the Passage leading to the Sugar House ... to hold to William DEAKEN etc from 29th Sept for 59 years at rent of £27 .10 above Taxes lease as often as Richard JACKSON or any Person or Persons in Trust for him who obtains a renewal or new lease from the Vicars Choralls of St. Patricks Church Dublin or their Successor … yearly rent of £27.10 ...£520  of the fine & Increase rent the whole of such fine and increase Rent in 1667 …WITNESS: John DEAKEN City of Dublin, Gent & Gilbert ALLASON  Thomas CONWAY Servant to William DEAKEN. NOTE: This is the Richard JACKSON of Forkhill. JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

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79399

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1744 Jun 3

JACKSON-HOGGART Notes in 2009 diary Book Index 1730-45

Between Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Glassgrinder of 1st part Thomas HOGGART of same City Clothier & Anna HOGGART spinster his daughter of 2nd part. James BIBBY of same city Gent & William DONALDSON of same City brewer of 3rd part. Marriage intended between Thomas JACKSON & Anne HOGGART ... £500 ... WITNESS: Nathaniel PROCTOR, City of Dublin, Gent Matthew PAGEITT Clerke to Ben JOHNSTON

 

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415

79427

JOHNSTON

 

1730-45

William JOHNSTON – GORGES

 

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416

79432

BAILIE

 

1730-1745

BAILIE, Anne-BAILIE

 

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441

79552

SALE, Catherine

Wicklow

1744 Aug 14

Mountkenny Manor (Sandymount Park)

Image 540

BTW Elizabeth BARKER of City of Dublin Spinster of 1 pt. Edward KEAN of Clontarf Co. Dublin Esq. of 2nd pt. & Catherine SALE of City of Dublin Widow of 3rd pt. Whereby Elizabeth BARKER by and with the consent of Edward KEAN… set to Catherine SALE lands of Sandymount Park (except such part of Sandymount as the said Catherine SALE is intitled to under a lease for lives heretofore granted to John SALE Esq. deceased by Sir Richard KENNEDY Baronet Deceased) and also the Lough Meadow on the west side of the orchard of Mount Kennedy in tenure or occupation of Catherine SALE containing 10a in Manor of Mount Kennedy, Barony Newcastle, Co. Wicklow for life of Catherine SALE Avis SALE & Garrett WESTLY eldest son to Richard WESTLY Esq.  … WITNESS: Margaret BALAGUIER of City of Dublin Widow & William SMITH. Eliza BARKER [SEAL]

NOTE: Elizabeth BARKER of Grafton Street, City of Dublin was a cousin of Robert JONES of Mountkennedy. SOURCE: Beryl Eustace Abstracts of Wills Vol. I 1708-1745: JONES, ROBERT, Mountkennedy, Co. Wicklow, Esq. 16 Aug. 1739. Precis, 1 p., 20 March 1739/40. His cousin Mrs Elizabeth Barker of Grafton Street, Dublin, extx. His real and personal estate. Witnesses : Ambrose O'Neill, Esq., George Spence, brewer, John Evans, gent., all of Dublin. Memorial witnessed by: Bartholomew Delandre, Dublin, gent., John Coppinger, Dublin, Esq. 98, Elizth. Barker (seal) 264, 68359 616

 

115

65

79272

BAILIE

Antrim

1743 Dec 22

ADAIR, Robert Sr.-BAILIE Notes in 2009 diary 1730-1745

Between Robert ADAIR of Ballymena, Co. Antrim of 1 part & Andrew BAILEY, Taylor & Martha BAILY spinster both of Town of Ballymena grant to BAILEY ... townland on south side of Mill Street, Ballymena next to Robert LOGGONs tenement on east & Agnes STEPHENSONs on west with ale houses outhouses ...term 90 years. WITNESS: Joseph DEAN of Ballymena [possibly Ballymena, Parish Skerry, Barony Antrim Lower] & James MOORE of Ballyreagh [Ballyreagh, Parish of Ballywillin, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine], both Gents of Antrim

 

115

321

80606

WALKER

Armagh

1744 Jan 19

WALKER-HUTCHINSON Notes in 2009 diary 1739-1810 Ballynahonemore [Ballynahone More, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Kilmacrew [Kilmacrew, Parish of Magherally, in the Barony of Iveagh Lower, Lower Half, Co. Down

George HUTCHINSON of Killuny [Killuney, Parish Armagh (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West], Co. Armagh Gent to Gervais WALKER of Killmakue, Parish & Co. Armagh Gent. It seems that WALKER appointed HUTCHINSON to be his attorney & to receive from the tenement of Ballynahonemore rents (which also seemed to be tied to earlier debts of WALKER of about £500) ... Gervaise WALKER might make such deeds of mortgage of said lands to Isaac GLENNY .... WITNESS John SCOTT Umgola [Umgola, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Gent John CUMING & Hugh CUMING both of Kearney Hill [in Cavanacaw, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Co. Armagh, Gent. John QUINN of Armagh, Gent.

 

115

384

80885

McCULLAGH

 

1730-1745

McCULLOCH James to HILL

 

115

408

80989

BRADFORD

Dublin

1730-1745

BRADFORD, Wm-COOKE

William BRADFORD of City of Dublin Chyrurgeon  demised to Robert COOKE Corn Chandler of Dublin tenement to the west side of the Mills of Ushers Quay in City of Dublin with the Kiln and Lofts thereunto belonging … Witnessed by George BRADFORD of Grnagreoss, Nolvin, Co Kildare.

 

115

466

81242

SALE, Katherine

Dublin

1745 Mar 9

Image 248

Btw Katherin SALE of City of Dublin widow & relict of Edward SALE Esq deceased Doctor of Laws of the one part and Richard GORE of the City of Dublin Esq. of the other part . Reciting deed where Katherine SALE in consideration of the sum of £290 paid by Richard GORE did grant to Richard GORE in his actual possession parcel of land called Sandymount containing 10 acres in Manor of Mount Kennedy Parish Barony of New Castle Co. Wicklow for life of Katherine SALE Avis SALE & Garrett WESTLY … WITNESS: Margaret BALAGUIER of City of Dublin Widow & John ALLEN of City of Dublin Gent.

NOTE: Dr. Edward SALE was an uncle of Rev. William JACKSON (1737-1795).

 

115

466

81254

McCULLAGH

Antrim

Armagh

1745 May 17

McCULLOCH James to TIPPING 1730-1745

Image 249

James McCULLAGH of Piedmount [aka Piedmont - It is situated between Randalstown and Toomebridge, Co Antrim. on the Gloverstown Road near Duneane Presbyterian Church] Co Antrim Esq to Thomas TIPPING of Castletown Co Louth lands of Tullyvallen Cunningham [probably in one of the Tullyvallen Tipping townlands] contg 80A in the Barony of Fews Co Armagh   then in possession of Thomas TIPPING... for lives of said Thomas TIPPING, William Henry FORTESCUE & James FORTESCUE of Reynolds Town, Co. Louth…

NOTE: There are 5 Tullyvallens:

·  Tullyvallan (Tulach Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 4661 A, 2 R, 39 P

·  Tullyvallan (Hamilton) East (Tulaigh Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 219 A, 0 R, 25 P

·  Tullyvallan (Hamilton) West (Tulaigh Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 99 A, 1 R, 35 P

·  Tullyvallan (Macullagh) (Tulach Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 256 A, 2 R, 27 P

·  Tullyvallan (Tipping) East (Tulaigh Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 152 A, 0 R, 38 P

·  Tullyvallan (Tipping) West (Tulaigh Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 186 A, 1 R, 17

 

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510

81420

DONALDSON

Armagh

1744 May 12

DONALDSON to TIPPING Notes in 2009 diary 1739-1810

Between Randal DONALDSON of City of Dublin, Esq of the 1part Thomas TIPPING of Castletown, Co. Louth, Esq. James McCULLA [otherwise McCULLOCH] of Peymount [[aka Piedmont - Piedmont is situated between Randalstown and Toomebridge, Co Antrim. on the Gloverstown Road near Duneane Presbyterian Church]], Co. Antrim Esq. & Alexander McCOMBE of Altnamoy, Co. Antrim Gent of the other part .... DONALDSON granted to Thomas TIPPING, James McCULLA & Alexander McCOMBE part of Freeduff [Freeduff, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper]  whereupon the dissenting meeting house lately stood ... 1 acre, yearly rent of 1 peppercorn. WITNESS: Thomas KENNEDY & Robert MURRAY both of City of Dublin, Gents.

 

116

50

79389

McCULLAGH

 

1730-1745

McCULLOCH James to SANKEY

 

116

173

80007

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1744 Aug 29

McCULLOCH Jas & Dorothy Beresford to ROSS 1730-1745

Image 90

Btw James McCULLOCH of Piedmount  [Piedmont is situated between Randalstown and Toomebridge, Co Antrim. on the Gloverstown Road near Duneane Presbyterian Church], Co. Antrim Esq of the 1st & Dorothy Beresford SHAW otherwise McCULLOCH of Antrim and said Co. Widow of the 2nd pt & James ROSS of Belfast Merchant of 3rd pt. .. reciting deed 1 May 1706 made by Charles O’NEILL and John O’NEILL of Shanes Castle [Shanes's Castle, Parish Antrim, Barony Toome Upper or Shane's Castle Park, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper] Co. Antrim Esq. and Charity O’NEILL his wife and Sir Henry ECHLIN of City of Dublin Knight of 1st pt Patrick SHAW of City of Dublin Gent of 2nd pt; William HOUSTON of City of Dublin Gent of 3rd pt and said James McCULLOCH of Grogan [Groggan, Parish of Drummaul, in the Barony of Toome Upper] Co. Antrim of 4th pt  …

18

116

177

21832

DAWSON

Monaghan

1739-1810

DAWSON-NOBLE Book 45 (1739-1810) Enagh

 

 

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202

80213

BAILIE

Dublin

1744 Apr 18& 19

BAILIE, Beth-BAILIE NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745

Bethea BAILIE of Enlesmachan near Edenburgh [Edinburgh] in North Britain, widow heir at law to John BAILIE late Doctor of Physic in London of 1st part & Anne BAILIE of Richmond Buildings in Parish of St. Anne, Westminster, widow & relict of the said John BAILLIE of the other part ... lands lately in the possession of John BAILLIE situate in Anne Streat & Cuckoo Lane in the Parish of St. Michan, Co. & City of Dublin. WITNESS. Wm WISHART Dr. Of Divinity principal of College of Edenburgh; John TAYLOR servant to WISHART & James BAIRD of Downing St., Parish of St. James, Westminster, servant to William BAIRD of Brenkston, Esq.

 

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341

80724

McCULLAGH

Antrim

Armagh

1744 Feb 22

Image 161

Memorial of Indenture; 1st pt James ROSS merchant of Belfast; 2nd pt James McCULLOCH Esq of Piedmount [Piedmont is situated between Randalstown and Toomebridge, Co Antrim. on the Gloverstown Road near Duneane Presbyterian Church, Co Antrim; 3rd pt Rev. Hugh HILL of Mounthill Co Armagh (with ref to an indenture dated 29 Aug 1744 (! – this is after the date of this deed) between James McCULLOCH, Dorothy Beresford SHAW otherwise McCULLOCH & James ROSS). Ballygrogan [probably Groggan, Parish of Drummaul, in the Barony of Toome Upper], Co Antrim. NOTE: I need to check possible connections to the REEDs of Rahans.

 

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407

81155

JACKSON, John

Waterford

1744 Mar 18

JACKSON-MASON Notes in 2009 diary 1730-1745

Between Henry MASON of Nymph Hall. Co. Waterford, Esq. & Ann HODDER of Hodderfield, Co. Cork widow of 1st part. Alan MASON of Dromona Co. Waterford Esq. Of 2nd part & John JACKSON of Glenbegg [aka Glanbeg] Co. Waterford, Gent of 3rd part ... reciting lease of 1 & 2 Nov 1717 between Samuel GIBBES late of Horsley, Co. Essex of 1 part & George JACKSON late of Glenbegg Esq. Deceased ... did grant to George JACKSON lands of Coolishele & Glenbegg, Co. Waterfords ... term 1000 years £1150 ... further reciting indenture 10 April 1738 between Samuel GIBBES James DARROW & Elizabeth his wife one of the daughters of said Samuel GIBBES deceased of 1st part & George JACKSON of 2nd part & Ann HODDER of 3rd part. WITNESS: Nicholas NASH, City of Dublin; Chris MUSGRAVE of Ballyen, Co. Waterford, Esq. George DAVYES man servant to Anne HODDER; Thomas PARKE man servant to Christopher MUSGRAVE; John WALLIS, City of Dublin, Gent.

 

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414

81200

McCULLAGH

Antrim

Dublin

1744 Feb 13

McCULLAGH-FERGUSON

Registry of Deeds, Abstracts of Wills.

Jas McCULLOH of City of Dublin – will dated 13 Feb 1744. Trustees: James STEWART, Co Antrim, & Charles MACARTNEY, City of Dublin. Residue to nephew William McCULLOH; £600 to eldest dau Margaret; £600 to 2nd dau Jane; £30 per ann to wife Mary McCULLOH otherwise FERGUSON; £200 to Alice BOWKER; £100 to servt Alice BOYCE. Executors James McCULLOH of Piedmount [Piedmont is situated between Randalstown and Toomebridge, Co Antrim. on the Gloverstown Road near Duneane Presbyterian Church], Co Antrim & his nephew Wm McCULLOH WITNESS: Paschall WILSON & Will BIGGER

Probated] 13 May 1745. His wife Mary McCulloh otherwise Ferguson. His nephew Mr Wm. McCulloh. His eldest daughter Margt. McCulloh. His second daughter Jane McCulloh, James Stewart, Co. Antrim, Esq., and Charles Macartney, Dublin, merchant, trustees. To James Macartney son of said Charles Macartney £300 when 21 years. Alice Bowker of the Kingdom of Great Britain. His servant Alice Boyce £100 for her faithful service. James McCulloh
of Piedmont, Co. Antrim, Esq., and his said nephew Wm. McCulloh exors. His real and personal estate.
Witnesses: John Treanor, Dublin, Edmd. Wall, Dublin, gent.
Paschall Wilson, Dublin, scrivener.
Memorial witnessed by: Paschall Wilson, William Bigger, Dublin, gent.

 

116

477

81632

JOHNSTON

Monaghan

1745 Jun 24

Robert JOHNSTON – NOBLE  1748-58

Image 230

BTW Richard DAWSON of City of Dublin Alderman of 1st pt; Edward DAWSON of Inagh otherwise Enagh Co. Monaghan Gent & Margaret DAWSON his wife of 2nd pt. John GALBRAITH of Corkeran Co. Monaghan Gent of 3rd pt; Brabazon NOBLE of the City of ____ Gent of 4th pt and Robert JOHNSTON of said City Gent of 5th pt. Reciting lease 1738 Jun 18 Edward DAWSON did for consideration release to Richard DAWSON one half moiety of the townland of Enagh otherwise Enagh Co. Monaghan and Richard DAWSON transferred to Brabazon NOBLE for payment of £350 WITNESS: James BYRNE & Hugh FINEGAN. NOTE Elinore DAWSON,  daughter of Edward DAWSON (?-1754) & Margaret married Andrew OLIVER (1748-abt 1790) of Tullymore & Newtownhamilton Co. Armagh. NOTE: The town is in the townland of Tullyvallan, Parish of Newtownhamilton, Barony of Fews Upper], Co. Armagh.

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116

490

81721

 

 

 

RUDDELL-HUTCHESON Marriage

 

116

491

81722

 

 

 

STRINGER-HUTCHESON

 

116

530

?

BROWN

Mayo

1730-1745

BROWN, John of Neal, Co. Mayo- George BROWN, eldest son & heir

 

116

545

81956

BAILIE

Dublin

1745 Jul 18

ANGLESON, Earl-BAILIE Notes in 2009 diary 1730-1745

Richard Earl Angleson to Hans BAILIE of City of Dublin, Merchant ... Ann BAILLIE his wife & Martha Maria BAILLIE their eldest daughter then of age 10 years (NOTE: Lots of lands mentioned in this deed).

 

117

70

79712

HENRY, Hugh

Tipperary

Waterford

Dublin

Kildare

Kings

1743 May 30

Beryl Eustace Wills

HENRY, HUGH, Dublin, Esq. 30 May 1743. Narrate, 8 pp., 22 Sept. 1744. His wife Ann HENRY otherwise LEESON now of city of Dublin. His son and heir apparent Robert LEESON. Joseph LEESON, Dublin, Esq., and Denis DALY, Raford, Co. Galway, Esq., trustees. His second son Joseph HENRY. His third son James Henry. His fourth son Hugh HENRY. His fifth and youngest son John HENRY. His daughters. His nephew Henry MITCHELL, said Henry MITCHELL 's mother Jane Finlay otherwise MITCHELL. Lands of Clownings and part of Turnings, Co. Kildare. House in Henry Street, Dublin. Lands of Killowne otherwise Killowen, Raheen, Croghane, Lyrenearle, Monearle [? Lyre and Monea, both B. Decies707 706 within-Drum], Tinehalla, Killbrienill [ Killbryan, B. Decies-withoutDrum], Portanaboe, Brownswood, Crehannagh, Rath, Curroghbuolintlea [Curraghballintlea] and Curraghnegarrygy, all in Co. Waterford. Liskfin, Tulloquain, Glangooll, Pointztown, Dromineer, Garrynagree, Carriggeen, Carrigballydrenan, Castleshelly [? Castlesheela], Garranefadda, Tuomoney, Garryduffe, Boytonsrath, Rathmacarty and Ballynehensey, all in Co. Tipperary. Cottrellsbuolly, Rathtutweny [Rathtuterny], Bohillough, Killalow, Kngarane, Tin[na]killy, Rossmore, Ballyline, Keppaheaden [Cappahayden], Shortalls Graige, all in Co. Kilkenny. Two third part of the tythes of parish of Carrick with the Glebe thereof situated in the several counties of Tipperary, Waterford and Kilkenny. Lands of Newcastle, B. Newcastle and Uppercross, Co. Dublin. Clonaghlys, Oldtown, Collinhill and Ballycommon, B. Salt, Co. Kildare. New Abbey, Nicholastown, Housetown, Cameclode [Illegible, possibly Carneclode], Knocklunsagh, Westerson, Newhays and Ballymanin, Co. Kildare. Ardrass, B. Salt, Co. Kildare. Beallaliand, Ballycorigaii, Inchimore, Knockdromine, Inchibegg, Ballyda, Dromolohurty, Killenlessderry otherwise Killmucklessderry, Garryteneely, Iseland, Coolendorocory, Inchibriane, Ballymontony, Mynaghan, Killglassbryan, Ballyea, Roran, Curraghmore, Cragg, Anngholey [? Annaholty], Pollaghbegg, Colleveralls, Collen, Corticregane, Knockbullyrivick, Gortlegane, two Knockane, Accaricane, Coolecrosswood, Gortchane, Garrydonghan, Shurgadown, Ballykinloghy, Killimogknock otherwise Killmaccoge, Ferranaverly and Farrenmullhussey, all in B. Own[e]y and Arra, Co. Tipperary. Singland, the bog of Clincoe, in B. Conello and county of the city of Limerick. Ballilin, Vickerstown, commons of Curraghwherry, Derroughter, Derryeighter, Derrynehallow, Kincora, Wherry, Killoge McCloghy, Eirebane, Ballyvillin, Ballyvora and Derricky, all in B. Garrycastle, King's Co. Brownstown, Dromlin, Rosseale and Baldongan, Baronies of Balruddery [Balrothery] and Nethercross, Co. Dublin. Sarney and Baytownpark, B. Dunboyne, Co. Meath. Tally [Tully, Parish Killead, Barony Massereene Lower] , Brittas, Se[a]cash [Seacash, Parish Killead, Barony Massereene Lower] and Dungonnell [Dungonnell, Parish Killead, Barony Massereene Lower] and all his other lands in Co. of Antrim, with the rectorial tythes belonging to him in said county. Lands and house etc. of Straifan [? Co. Kildare]. Witnesses : John FARRAN, Thos. HALL, Richard MOORE, all of Dublin, gents. Memorial witnessed by : Loftus JONES, Dublin, Esq., Thos. HALL. Dublin, gent. 117, 70, 79712 Ann HENRY (seal)

 

117

89

79754

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1743 Oct 3

JACKSON-THURGOOD Book Index 1730-45

William JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent for 100 pounds made over to [Startup] THURGOOOD of same city Upholder land in Abbey St in City of Dublin... and also piece of land  late in possession of Michael JACKSON father of William at the back of Abbey St. Demised to the sd William JACKSON by Michael JACKSON ... NOTE: Probably: Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Pimlico.

 

117

90

79755

McCULLAGH

Armagh

Antrim

1744 Oct 4

McCULLOCH Jas & Dorothy Beresford SHAW orse McCULLOCH

Dorothy Beresford SHAW orse McCULLOCH of Antrim of one pt & James McCULLOCH of Piedmount [Piedmont is situated between Randalstown and Toomebridge, Co Antrim. on the Gloverstown Road near Duneane Presbyterian Church], Antrim of other pt reciting deed made May 1, 1706 by Charles O’NEIL and John O’NEIL of Shanes Castle [Shanes's Castle, Parish Antrim, Barony Toome Upper or Shane's Castle Park, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper] & Charity O’NEIL his wife, and Henry ECHLIN of Co. Dublin Knight of the 1st pt.. Patrick McCULLOCH of Grogan in said Co. Antrim gent of the 4th pt [lots of lands in Barony of Toom, Co. Antrim] demised to James McCULLOCH of Grogan [Groggan, Parish of Drummaul, in the Barony of Toome Upper] for three lives renewable forever… lots more lands…… also included 357 a 2r 30p in Camlough [Camly (Macullagh), Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper]– ] , and  77 acres in Tullyvallen [Tullyvallan (Macullagh), Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper]– both in Fews, Co. Armagh

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117

145

8431

JACKSON, John

Waterford

1709 May 21

John JACKSON was one of the trustees for the will of Michael HEAD, Alderman of City of Waterford.

 

117

164

80138

JACKSON

Londonderry

1744 May 28

BENNETT-JACKSON  between KINKHEAD-JACKSON deed & related ones

Image 361

Btw John BENNETT of Colerain, Co. Londonderry Gent of the 1 pt & William JACKSON of the same Esq. of the 2nd pt. reciting an earlier deed March 2, 1724, made an executed by the said William JACKSONJACKSON had demised to BENNETT the garden & tanyard & waterside [Waterside] in the Parish of Killowen [Barony Coleraine] Maner of Clothworkers, Co. Londonderry which had been late of the possession of Samuel CORBETT deceased… BENNETT assigned this all back to JACKSON. WITNESS: Hercules HEYLAND of Castleroe [Castleroe, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine], Co. Londonderry Esq & by the eldest Robert GIVEEN of Kiltowen [Parish Killowen] in said Co. linen draper & by John M’ALESTER of Colerain Gent. William JACKSON [SEAL]. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

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117

185

80248

JACKSON, James & William

Dublin

1744 Dec 7

JACKSON-BARCOFT Book Index 1730-45

Image 371

Deed – James JACKSON of City of Dublin Tapewinder [related to linen industry?] for 30 pounds conveyed to his brother William JACKSON of the same City Gent... holdings on or near Pimlico  in the Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore, City of Dublin.. annuity was devised by Michael JACKSON father of James JACKSON late of the City of Dublin, Clothier bearing date 4 May 1740. WITNESS: Mathew PAGEIT Clk & Benjamin JOHNSTON attorney. James JACKSON [SEAL] See: JACKSON of Pimlico.

 

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200

80312

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1735 Nov 1

JACKSON-TOMM Book Index 1730-45

Image 379

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry ..to Samuel TOMM of Ardwillan  [Artidillon, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] all of Ardwillan in his possession, Parish of Drumboe, Manor of Clothworkers... SEE; JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

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278

80785

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1741 Apr 13

CORRY-HYLAND & ors Book Index 1730-45

Image 421

BTW William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry Esq. and Henry CARRY of Dungiven [Dungiven, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] Co. Londonderry Esq of 1st pt. Hercules HEYLAND of Castlerowe [Castleroe, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine] Co. Londonderry Esq. of 2nd pt and Marcus Lord Viscount Tyrone of 3rd pt.. Reciting earlier deed Oct 13, 1729, the Clothworkers of London had demised to Richard JACKSON of Dublin Esq all that Manor of Clothworkers in the Kingdom of Ireland for a term of 51 years dating from May 1, 1720… reciting that the said Richard JACKSON had by his deed bearing date Oct 13, 1729 declared that the said indenture so made by the Master Wardens & Commonwealth aforesaid was made in trust for the said William JACKSON by way of a better security for the sum of £2,050.4.6 which the said William JACKSON then owed unto him… William CARY & William JACKSON discharged the debts and assigned townlands to Hercules HEYLAN. in Manor of Clothworkers: Ballantiremore [??], Balantirebeg [??], Ballydunaallismore [??], Gortycavans [Gortycavan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Ballywibrickmore & Ballywillrickbeg [Ballywildrick Lower, & Ballywildrick Upper, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] Ballygarrow Toymullan[probably Formullen, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine] Four Ballyhackets [Ballyhacket Magilligan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine,] [Ballyhacket Glenahorry, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] Ballyhacket Lisawilling, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], [Ballyhacket Toberclaw, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] & Ballyhowan [??], With appurtenances set to solvent tenants WITNESS Connolly MCAUSLAND of Fruithill Esq. & John M’ALESTER of Colerain Gent & Dominick HEYLAND of the same Esq. & Richard RANKIN servant to said William JACKSON Hercules HEYLAND [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

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80910

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

1744 Mar 7

HOWARD- GIVEEN

The field marked No 8

The Bann Field A messuage 67 & 68 Garden

The House wherein Griffn Howard dwells

The House called ey Big Stable

The small Cabbin formerly in possession of John Jackson & Mary Foster – a Tan Yard & 2 fields

Image 436

BTW Griffin HOWARD of Coleraine Co. Londonderry Esq of 1 pt & Robert GIVEEN the elder of Coleraine Merchant of the other… in consideration of £205 field marked No. * containing 5a also a field known as Bannfield also the house where Griffin HOWARD lived 35’ in front & 75’ in depth known by the name of Big Stable all then in possession of Griffin HOWARD & his undertenants together with a small Cabin formerly in possession of John JACKSON and Mary FOSTER adjoining he East end of said Stable in town of Coleraine & also messuage or tenement marked 67 &68 containing in breadth to the street 33’ with the garden belonging to same in length 174’ also with 20a land bounded westerly by the Glabe southerly on Mrs. HATTONs Land northerly & easterly with the appurtenances which said last messuage or tenement and land are situate within town & Libertys of Colerain formerly in possession of Samuel DAVIS of his undertenants containing 4a next the field called the Shoulder of Mutton on the left hand side of the rod leading to Mount Sandy near the town of Coleraine as also the Tannyard without the campart [rampart?] of Coleraine… WITNESS: Robert GAGE & Robert FARRIER both of Coleraine merchants. Griffith HOWARD [SEAL]

NOTE: Need to find out which John JACKSON the owner of the Cabin had been.

 

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325

80976

BAILIE

 

1730-1745

BAILIE, Robert-WALLIS

 

117

381

81187

JACKSON, Richard

OLIVER

Dublin

1745 May 11

JACKSON-NOWLAN Book Index 1730-1745

Image 473

Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. Grant to Denis NOWLAN of said city victualler, land formerly in possession of David OLIVER Sawyer, dec’d ... on the North side of King Street near Stephens Green. Together with the yard behind the same and the back house thereon in depth from front to rere 86’8” in front 16’ and in the rear 15’ 7” bounded on east with house formerly in possession of Timothy LYNCH Dairyman deceased and also formerly in possession of John LAMB Dairy man also deceased on the west with Mr. John WORTHINGTONs holding and on north with the Kings pavement on the south with the Ground late William DEACONs

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117

395

81244

SALE, Katherine

Dublin

Wicklow

1745 Mar 9

Image 480

BTW Katherine SALE of City of Dublin widow of 1 pt & Richard GORE of City of Dublin Esq of the other part … land of Sandymount as the said Katherine SALE is intitled to under a lease for lives heretofore granted to John SALE Esq deceased by Sir Richard KENNEDY Bart deceased… 10 acres in Manor of Mount Kennedy Parish Barony Newcastle Co. Wicklow. WITNESS Margaret BALAQUEIR of City of Dublin widow; John ALLEN of same.

NOTE: Benthams Abstracts: Richard GORE of Sandymount Co. Wicklow Esq.

18 Jun 1763 6 May 1765

Cousin John GORE In Majesty Solicitor General

Brother-in-law Rev. Thanley GORE

Wife Anne GORE

Have his children shown [?]

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117

396

81245

SALE, Katherine

Dublin

1745 Mar 28

Image 481

BTW Katherine SALE of City of Dublin widow of Edward SALE late of City of Dublin. Release made by Katherine SALE of City of Dublin widow of Edward SALE late of City of Dublin deceased & Avis SALE of the same spinster only sister and heir at law of Edward SALE of 1st pt; Richard STEELE of City of Dublin Gent of 2nd pt & Richard GORE of City of Dublin 3rd pt.  After reciting the said Katherine SALE & Avis SALE in consideration of 10s paid to Katherine SALE and £5 paid to Avis SALE by Richard STEELE granted to Richard STEELE in his actual possession parcel of land known as Sandymount in Manor of Mountkennedy and Parish and Barony of Newcastle, Co. Wicklow … during natural lives of the said Katherine SALE, Avis SALE & Garrett WESTLEY. WITNESSES: Margaret BALAQUEIR of City of Dublin widow; John ALLEN of same. NOTE: In 1737 Edward SALE Esq. J.U.D. was the Register of the Consistory Court in Dublin. SOURCE: The Gentleman and Citizen’s Almanack for 1737. He died in 1743 The Gentleman’s and London Magazine or Monthly Chronologer 1741-1794.  Richard GORE (1728-1816) was of Sandymount, Co. Wicklow. He was a son of Sir Ralph GORE & Elizabeth ASHE.

18

117

397

81216

GORE, Richard

Dublin

1745 Mar 30

Image 481

BTW Richard GORE of City of Dublin Esq. of the 1 pt & Catherine SALE of City of Dublin of the other. Richard GORE fore consid of £450 paid by said Katherine SALE confirmed annuity out of lands of Graignehowen in Barony Cullinagh, Queens Co. WITNESS Margaret BALAQUEIR of City of Dublin widow; John ALLEN of same.

18

117

403

81267

JACKSON, John Rev

Dublin

1745 May 18

SHERWOOD-CARSMORE Coolock

Rev John JACKSON., minister of Coolock dwelling house and 54 acres in Coolock – ditched land, from Sherwood to James WALKER. Brian  SEE: JACKSONs of Santry  

 

118

87

51690

51691

51696

 

 

 

McCARTNEY

31 May 1745 Wm Rev Dean William GORE by one of daughters of Childey COOTE,

NOTE: Incorrect Book number. I also checked for 81690 (see Bk 119), 81691 (see Bk 119) & 81696.

SOURCE: Crossley’s Abstracts

 

118

115

124774

JACKSON,

Dublin

1757 Jun 9

Edward RANSFORD (eldest son & heir apparent of Edward RANSFORD, deceased, late of Dublin)  + Isabella RANSFORD had raised £400 mortgage with Ann ACKLAND, who subsequently married William DEACON, merchant of Dublin. They sold the mortgage to Elizabeth BAKER (ors LANGLEY). Bulkley HARRIS buying the mortgage & granting £200 to Martha RANSFORD. Numerous properties in & around the suburbs of Dublin, [occ by McDANIEL through MORTIMER ] Martha RANSFORD, spinster, youngest daughter of Edward RANSFORD, deceased,  making over her portion under her father’s will, £400. Lease & Release NOTE: An unnamed JACKSON was an occupant

 

118

237

80607

OLIVER

Armagh

1744 Jan 24

WALKER-GLENNY Notes in 2009 diary 1739-1810

Image 130

Ballynahonemore [Ballynahone More, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh]

Between Gervis WALKER of Killmakue [Kilmacrew, Parish of Magherally, in the Barony of Iveagh Lower, Lower Half, Co. Down ] Co. Armagh, Gent of 1 part & Isaac GLENNY of Savalmore, Parish of Newry, Co. Down for 500 WALKER let to GLENNY lands in Ballynahonemore lease of 21 years WITNESS: John QUINN, City of Armagh, Gent & George BURLEIGH, City of Armagh, Innkeeper; Hugh CUMING of Kearnyhill [Cavanacaw [Cavanacaw, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh NOTE: Kearney Hill is in Cavanacaw],   , Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Gent; John MELLING of Newry, Co. Down, Merchant.

 

118

296

80829

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1743 Oct 15

GEORGE Book Index 1730-45

Image 116

Whereby William JACKSON of Killemanah of Co. Dublin, Gardiner, in consideration of marriage with Elizabeth GEORGE of Parish of Crumlin, spinster that she should dispose of all the leases and effects she then enjoyed of land or houses or otherwise at her decease and said JACKSON doth bind him and his heirs in sum of £200 sterling to leave the said leases and effects to the said Elizabeth GEORGE clear of all demands, and if she should die an he have no heirs that she would enjoy the lands of Killemanagh and Timmon in Co. Dublin  which William JACKSON held by lease from William GIBTON and William CONNOLLY Esq.

 

118

323

80941

MOORE, Mary

Louth

Dublin

 

DEVENISH

Image 176 1744 Mar 5

BTW Randal SMYTH of City of Dublin Esq. & Mary SMITH otherwise MOORE his wife confirmed to Charles DEVENISH

 Of City of Dublin Esq. several parcels of land held and enjoyed by and in possession of Patrick JACKSON Thomas CAPPOGH & Patrick FOX containing 183a in Barony Atherdee Co. Louth & all the subdenominations called by names of Mullamore [Mullamore, Parish Tallanstown, Barony  Ardee] otherwise Mount Jackson Carrickclogher [possibly Carrickacreagh, Parish Louth, Barony of Louth] & Terraboy [probably Tattyboys, Parish Clonkeen, Barony Ardee]and all the town and lands of Coolederry [NOTE: There are 3 townlands named Coolderry in Co. Monaghan] containing 150a situate in Co. Monaghan …

NOTE: The Parish of Tallanstown borders on the parish of Philipstown. A JACKSON presence here is of interest.

NOTE: The parish of Tallanstown is on the northern  border of the parish of Clonkeen. The parish of Louth is on the northern border of Tallanstown.

SOURCE: Crossley’s Abstracts

 

118

350

81058

DAWSON

 

1730-1745

DAWSON, John- HUTCHINSON

None of these names were in this deed.

 

118

389

73900

JACKSON, George & ors

Tipperary

1730-1745

PEA?VELT  [prob PEACOCK] Book Index 1730-45

NOTE: An Abigail PEACOCK married Richard JACKSON (1686-1716). They are part of Quaker JACKSONs in Ireland..

 See following deed

 

118

389

81219

JACKSON, George

Tipperary

Kings

1745 May 8

JACKSON-PEACOCK Notes in 2009 diary 1730-1745

Ebenezer PEACOCK of Toomavara, Co. Tipperary, Gent & George JACKSON of Ballintemple [[probably Ballintemple, Parish Templeharry, Barony Clonlisk or Ballintemple, Parish Geashill, Barony Upper Philipstown] Gent. PEACOCK sold to JACKSON lands of Barrick & Ballincurra, Barony of Upper Ormond, Co. Tipperary then in tenure of John HARDEN 58 Acres 2 Roods. WITNESS: George TALBOT & George PERCY of Ballintemple [probably Ballintemple, Parish Templeharry, Barony Clonlisk or Ballintemple, Parish Geashill, Barony Upper Philipstown] & John SMITH of Ballydonagh [Ballydonagh, Parish Templeharry, Barony Clonlisk], Kings Co. Gents & John HUMPHRY, City of Dublin, Gent. SEE; Quaker JACKSONs in Ireland.

 

118

425

81388

GORE, WIlliam

 

1745 May 31

Image 239 1745 May 31 Wm Rev Dr William GORE by one of daughters of Childey COOTE, NOTE: This would be Mary.

Recites: Rev Dean William GORE & Mary his wife in right of his wife who is one of the daughters of Chidley COOTE Esq. deceased was entitled to 1/4th part undivided of 5/6th of townlands [listed – in Co. Roscommon]  and reciting that Marcus Anthony MORGAN Esq in right of his late wife who was one of the daughters and coheiresses of Chidley COOTE was entitled to another 1/4th pt and reciting that Walter JONES Esq. & Olivia his wife was entitled .. that Robert MOORE was entitled for life on part of his wife who was one of the other coheiresses of said Chidley COOTE and that his son Thomas MOORE was entitled on the death of his father. And also reciting that Dean William GORE, Marcus Anthony MORGAN & Walter JONES had agreed to sell to Mark WHYTE of City of Dublin Gent …

NOTE: The two sisters Catherine COOTE and Elinor COOTE would be the wives of either of Marcus Anthony MORGAN and Robert MOORE. More deeds work needed.

SOURCE: Crossley’s Abstracts

 

119

82

81668

 

Londonderry

1744 Feb 5

Image 357

CONNYNGHAM-HARVEY (Crossley’s Notes)

Walter CONYGHAM City of Londonderry Cloth Merchant

In P. Crossley Notes at National Archives Dublin: NA T20/480-175

 

119

82

81669

 

Antrim

1745 Apr 9

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

Randalstown, Ballygrooly [[Ballygrooby] pt & Mills Feehuge [Feehogue, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper]  lands

JOY-McNEILL

In P. Crossley Notes at National Archives Dublin: NA T20/480-175

Image 357

Francis JOY of Belfast, Co. Antrim Printer of 1 pt & Archibald McNEILL of Belfast Gent of other pt. … two paper mills at Ballygrooby [Ballygrooby, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper] at Knear Randalstown [Randalstown, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper], Co. Antrim held by Francis JOY under lease from Charles O’NEILL Esq for 31 years … WITNESS: Henry JOY & Robert JOY Belfast printers.

 

119

87

81690

GORE

Dublin

Kilkenny

Kings

1745 Jul 6

 

DEVENISH-MaCARTNEY

Image 360

BTW Charles DEVONISH of City of Dublin Esq. & Skeffington Randal SMITH of City of Dublin Esq. & Mary SMITH otherwise MOORE his wife.in consideration of £810  in said release paid to George MACARTNEY of Belfast Co. Antrim Esq. transferred to George MACARTNEY part of townland of Archers lease & house in City of Kilkenny late in possession of Francis NORTH Esq. or his undertenants, amoiety or half of the townland Boherna [probably Bohernagrisna , Parish Rahan, Barony Ballycowan] Kings Co. and tenements in Wine Tavern Street in possession of Tobias LEWIS or his undertenants & also one moiety or half part of two tenements on Merchants Quay in possession of David WILLSON or his undertenants. … [more lands in City of Dublin …]

SOURCE: Crossley’s Abstracts

 

119

88

81691

NEWCOMEN

Dublin

1745 Jun 30

WALKER-MEREDITH

Image 360

BTW John WALKER of Gurteen in Co. Kilkenny.& Joseph MEREDITH of City of Dublin Esq. of other pt. Reciting Michael HEAD Esq deceased by lease 4 Oct 1703 demised to Edmond FORSTATT deceased  lands of Gurteen & pt of Killmurry … assigned to Ponsonby NEWCOMEN in trust for [?] PONSONBY  …

SOURCE: Crossley’s Abstracts

 

119

140

81913

BALL

Armagh

Kilkenny

Dublin

1745 Jul 25

Drumill 1739-1810

Image 386

BTW John BALL of Three Castles Co. Kilkenny of 1 pt; Henry MITCHELL and John MACARRELL of City of Dublin Esq of 2nd pt Edmond THANLEY of City of Dublin Gent of 3rd pt; William COOPER Esq. of City of Dublin of 4th pt.  for £150 lands of Tullyvallin otherwise Tullyvallen otherwise Tullyvalen in Barony of Fews, Co. Armagh … WITNESS: Robert KING of City of Dublin Gent & Robert WALLIS of City of Dublin Public Notary.

There are 5 Tullyvallen townlands:

·  Tullyvallan (Tulach Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 4661 A, 2 R, 39 P

·  Tullyvallan (Hamilton) East (Tulaigh Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 219 A, 0 R, 25 P

·  Tullyvallan (Hamilton) West (Tulaigh Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 99 A, 1 R, 35 P

·  Tullyvallan (Macullagh) (Tulach Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 256 A, 2 R, 27 P

·  Tullyvallan (Tipping) East (Tulaigh Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 152 A, 0 R, 38 P

·  Tullyvallan (Tipping) West (Tulaigh Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 186 A, 1 R, 17 P

 

119

278

82529

JACKSON, John

Waterford

1745 Dec 17

CONNOR Book Index 1730-45

John JACKSON of Glenbegg, Co Waterford  Esq of 3rd pt … George JACKSON  of Glenbegg deceased.

16e

119

280

82532

GILL, Thomas

Kings

1745 Nov 25

Beryl Eustace Wills

GILL, THOMAS, Ballyboy, King's Co. 25 Nov. 1745. Precis, £ p., 19 Dec. 1745. His son James Gill, exor. His daughter Jane Gill. Ground near the town of Ballyboy commonly called Loganisky. Houses and plots in town of Ballyboy.

Witnesses : Hugh Carroll, Derradolny, woolcomber, John Goonin, Ballyboy, joiner, Daniel Rogers, Frankford, schoolmaster, all in King's Co. Memorial witnessed by: Louis Prichett, Dublin, perukemaker, William Hall, clerk to James Saunders, Dublin, gent. 119, 280, 82532 James Gill (seal)

 

119

364

82833

JACKSON, Daniel

Kings

1745 Feb 15

USHER Book Index 1730-45

Image 503

BTW Charles Earl of Mountrath & the Rt Hon Diana [Diana NEWPORT 1705-1766] Countess Dowager of Mountrath widow relict of Rt Hon Algernon [Algernon COOTE (1689- 1744)] late Earl of Mountrath deceased, Mother of the said Charles Henry [Charles Henry COOTE (1725-1802)] Earl of Mountrath of 1 pt & Henry USHER of City of Dublin Esq & Daniel JACKSON of Tullamore [Tullamore , Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan], Kings Co, Clk  of other pt….  land in Mannor Towns and Fields of Mountrath… lands in

[not yet transcribed] Westmeath,

[not yet transcribed] Queens Co.,

Killgurteene [probably Gorteen, Parish Roscomroe, Barony of Ballybritt], Killbridge [possibly Kilbride, Parish Kilbride, in the Barony of Ballycowan], Ballydroghedbegg, Ballydroghidmore [probably Ballydrohid, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan], Shaghanagh otherwise Sharmagh, Adamnore otherwise Ardenmanna [possibly Ardan, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan], Rahine [possibly Raheen, Parish Kilbride, in the Barony of Kilcoursey], Shragh [probably Srah, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan aka Ballycoven], Ballykillinure, Killinroe, Acharney otherwise Agharney [Aharney, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan aka Ballycoven], Aghanaranagh otherwise Aghanagg otherwise Aghana [Aghnananagh, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan aka Ballycoven ], Ballyna, Shragh [probably Srah, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan aka Ballycoven], Ballycowen [Ballycowan, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan aka Ballycoven], Ballynancurry, Ballyydrenman otherwise Rahan [possibly Raheen, Parish Kilbride, in the Barony of Kilcoursey],, Newtown, Ballinhenta and Killuren Kings Co., 

[not transcribed] Rosscommon,

[not transcribed] Kildare &

[not transcribed] Co Dublin…. [there were several pages full of townland names]

NOTE: Rev. Daniel JACKSON (1687-1772) of Tullamore & Abby Street Dublin. JACKSONs of Derbyshire, Berkshire, America & Dublin  – he was one of those connected to the Parish of Santry

16e

119

454

83213

JACKSON, William

Cork

1744 Jan 11

GAMBLE 1746-1758 Image 550-551

Image 550

BTW Rev. William JACKSON of Rocksavage Co. Cork Clke only son and heir at law of Ellin JACKSON late of Shurock [Shurcock?], Co Westmeath deceased of 1st pt. Rev. John ANTROBUS  of City of Dublin Dr in Divinity of 2nd pt; John GAMBLE of Cloghanmore [Cloghanmore , Parish of Drumcullen, Barony Eglish] Kings Co. Gent of 3rd pt. GAMBLE obtained mtg. 4 Apr 1742 and released to Ellin JACKSON lands mentioned in mtg deed of Nicholas OGLE  … £871.7 to said William JACKSON & John ANTROBUS  lands of Kilbohin 161a [possibly Kyleboher, Parish Ballyboy, Barony Ballyboy], Kiloly otherwise Kilonly 132a [possibly Killooly, Parish Killoughy[] & pasture 303a & Bogg Derrydannagh otherwise Derrydarragh 162a  [possibly Chevychase or Derrynadarragh, Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown] Ballygrogan otherwise Ballygragan 76a in town land Garvally otherwise Garbavlly [possibly Garbally, or  Garbally or Foxglen, Parish Killoughy, Barony Ballyboy] next adjoining lands of Kilbohin [Kyleboher] 56a & 100a of wood & Bog in Barony Ballyboy, Kings Co. & also part of lands of Cloghanmore otherwise [Tul]aganmore [Cloghanmore, Parish Drumcullen] cont 92a 3r 21p & 15a 2r 21p in Barony Eglish, Kings Co.

NOTE: Rev. William JACKSON (1713-1767) son of Rev. William JACKSON of Cork.

1

119

468

83266

JACKSON, Nathaniel

Queens

1746 Apr 28

HOLMES-JACKSON Bk 16 1739-1745

28 April 1746 Deed between Joseph HOLMES of Mountmellick in Queens Co. Currier of the one part & Nat JACKSON the younger of Mt. Mellick of the other part [desc of lands leased to Nat in Mt. Mellick] SEE: Quaker JACKSONs in Ireland.

 

119

507

83420

DAWSON

Tipperary

1746 May 16

DAWSON, John-his will 1746-1758

John DAWSON & Wife Elinor  SOUTHCOLE lands in Tipperary

16e

119

553

83814

BAILIE

 

1746-1751

ANNESLEY, Charles-BAILIE

 

120

11

80661

DAWSON

 

1730-1745

DAWSON, John-BAILLIE

 

120

30

81034

GORE, Arthur

Carlow

Leitrim

Kilkenny

1741 Dec 22

Will of Arthur GORE

Image 22

Will of Arthur GORE of Ballygarrett Co. Carlow Esq. … to be buried at Church of Aghade Co. Carlow … wife Mary GORE otherwise ECHLIN … lands of Wardhouse in Co. Leitrim … lands of Craddockstown & Killdrina in Barony Cranagh Co. Kilkenny for natural life of wife Mary … nephew Richard GORE eldest son of my brother Richard GORE of Sligo Co. Sligo lands of Lisrivis in Co. Galway & lands of Knockduffe in Co. Wexford & lands of Greagnat in Queens Co. and in default of issue of nephew Richard GORE to nephew Francis GORE brother to aid Richard GORE

… nephew Francis ORMSBY son of to Col William ORMSBY  … lands of Ballygarett after death of wife Mary to Rev John ECHLIN brother of said wife Mary … Mr Peter OWENS in Tulla Co. Carlow … executors Robert FRENCH Richard STEELE & nephew Richard GORE executors Arthur GORE [SEAL]

NOTE: Mary GORE’s father was Dean Robert ECHLIN (?-bef 1712). Arthur GORE was a son of Sir Francis GORE & Lady Anne PARKE.

18

120

70

81861

JACKSON, Nathaniel

Queens

1745 July 30

 DAWSON, Ephriam JACKSON Bk 16 1739-1745

30 July 1745 Ephriam JACKSON Queens Co. & Nat JACKSON the younger of Mountmellick in said Co. Clothier of the other part. Land let to Nat in Mt. Mellick . SEE: Quaker JACKSONs in Ireland.

WITNESSES: James HEATH Currier, John PRINGLE Clothier Joseph CROFTEN, Gent, All of Mt. Mellick, Queens Co.

 

120

71

81166

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1745 Jul 31

ROBINSON Book Index 1730-45

Indenture of a lease btw William JACKSON of the City of Dublin Gent eldest son and heir of Michael JACKSON late of said City Clothier deceased and devisee of the last will and Testament of  the said Michael JACKSON of the 1 pt & George ROBINSON of Earl St in the Liberty of St. Thomas Court & Donore & County & City of Dublin Tape weaver of the other part… JACKSON let to ROBINSON the messuage or tenement late in the possession of John COGHLAN on the north side of Tapilloin [aka Tripillo] in the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore with the backsoide behind the said house which said premes are meared and bounded as follows: on the East to the holding of Francis BYRNES; on the west to Michael KINDLEY’s holding; on the north to Tripillo aforesaid & on the south to JACKSON’s alley together with all rights ways easments… WITNESSES: John BLAND John SMYTH & Arthur CRAWFORD all of the City of Dublin. Memorial witness John SMYTHE & James KIDD. See: JACKSONs of Pimlico.

15

120

79

81900

JACKSON,

Abigal Dame & Jane & ors

Dublin

1745 Aug 6

JACKSON, Abigale Dame-COCKS Book Index 1730-45

NOTE: Thomas COCKS may also be referred to in other deeds as Thomas COOK[S]

Image 46

Indentured deed btw Sir Oliver CROFTON of the City of Dublin Bart & Dame Abigail CROFTON otherwise BUCKLEY otherwise JACKSON his wife. & Jane JACKSON of the City of Dublin spinster of the other part. Thomas COCKS of Mt Cashell in the County of Clare Gent of the other part imparting that the said Sir Oliver CROFTON Abigail his wife, and  Jane JACKSON in pursuance of a minitt or article therein mentioned have been made theretofore made by Samuel JACKSON deceased to John BETSON deceased and in consid of the rents & agreements… demised to said Thomas COCKS the town and land of Knightstown otherwise Kingstown [Knightstown, Parish Lusk, Barony Balrothery East] containing therin mentioned 121a 3r 2p in Parish of Lusk Barony of Nethercross & Co of Dublin for 31 years. WITNESS: James CROWE  Attorney of the Court of Kings Bench & John LUANS servant to Sir Oliver CROFTON & Robert KEAN Clerk to James CROWE.

NOTE: Jane & Abigail were daughters of Nathaniel JACKSON (1640-1698) and Elizabeth WOODS. The lands were inherited from Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706). SEE: JACKSONs of Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland and Coleraine, Londonderry

15

120

84

81920

BRADFORD

Dublin

1745 Aug 10

BRADFORD, Wm WYNNE

William BRADFORD of City of Dublin chirurgeon [surgeon].. lands in Dublin

 

120

91

81938

HAMILTON

Armagh

1745 Aug 15

MITCHELL-HAMILTON

Henry MITCHELL of the City of Dublin esq. of the pt  & Alexander HAMILTON  of  said City Esq. of the other part  wherin Henry MITCHELL for consideration of payment demised etc to Alexander HAMILTON his heirs and assigns all that the town & Lands of Tullyvallin otherwise Tullyvallen  otherwise Tullyvallan or Ballyvallen [see beneath] Drumill otherwise Drumhill [??] & Tullynavall otherwise Tullynavall [Tullynavall, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] situate in the Barony of the Fews Co. Ardmagh with the Appurs Royal  [???] and conveyed by John BALL Esq…. for lives….… other lands … lives of Alexander HAMILTON & Hugh HAMILTON & Robert HAMILTON sons of Alexander HAMILTON as conveyed by John BALL Esq. WITNESSSES:  Robert KING of City of Dublin Gent & Robert WALLIS of the same City, Public Notary.

Thre are 5 Tullyvallen townlands:

·  Tullyvallan (Tulach Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 4661 A, 2 R, 39 P

·  Tullyvallan (Hamilton) East (Tulaigh Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 219 A, 0 R, 25 P

·  Tullyvallan (Hamilton) West (Tulaigh Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 99 A, 1 R, 35 P

·  Tullyvallan (Macullagh) (Tulach Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 256 A, 2 R, 27 P

·  Tullyvallan (Tipping) East (Tulaigh Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 152 A, 0 R, 38 P

·  Tullyvallan (Tipping) West (Tulaigh Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 186 A, 1 R, 17 P

15

120

116

82021

JACKSON, Richard

Wicklow

Dublin

1745 Sept 4

JACKSON-FOTTERALL or TOTTERALL or BOTTERALL Book Index 1730-1745

Image 65

Deed between Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent & Amy JACKSON otherwise MURPHY his wife of the part & John TOTERALL of sd city Gent ... annuity paid out of townlands of Three Castles [Threecastles, Parish Blessington, Barony Lower Talbotstown] in Lordship of Blessington Co. Wicklow.... John MURPHY died but in his will devised to Amy his widow and relict… his sisters Anne & Eleanor MURPHY reciting that John SAUNDERSON, [?] SAUNDERSON & said Richard JACKSON stood severally bounded John TOTTERALL  … NOTE: Amy JACKSON married 1stly John MURPHY. We do not yet know her birth name.

 

120

154

82186

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1745 Oct 29

Btw Henry RIDLY of Upper Combe Silk Thrower of the 1st pt. Margaret LEECH of the same Widow of the 2nd pt;  & Henry JACKSON of Christ Church Yard Sword Cutler of the 3rd pt. Reciting that a marriage was intended btw RIDLEY + LEECH.. transfer to Henry JACKSON land on the west side of the road or passage leading to Essex Bridge from Essex Street commonly known as Alderman Lovett’s Garden. [note extensive description of lands]

NOTE: I assume that widow Margaret LEECH had been born a JACKSON.

16e

120

282

82636

JACKSON, John

Londonderry

1745 Jan 4

TROTTER Book Index 1730-45

Image 148

Btw John JACKSON of Tobermore [Tobermore, Parish Kilcronaghan, Barony Loughinsholin] Co Londonderry Gent of the 1 pt & Thomas TROTTER of Magherafelt [Parish Magherafelt] in the same Co Merchant reciting that the sd John JACKSON by virtue of contract and by intermarriage  btw William JACKSON father of  the said John JACKSON & Thomas ASH aforesaid of Magherafelt [Parish Magherafelt] Esq. … John JACKSON married Sarah daughter of Thomas ASH…… annuity of 30 pounds chargeable to John JACKSON & his issue of the rents & profits of 6 townlands in parish of Ballymascreen [Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin]  Co Londonderry  WITNESSES Samuel LAIRD & Josias FLEMING both of the town [Townparks of Magherafelt, Parish Magherafelt, Barony Loughinsholin] and parish of Magherafelt.

NOTE: See: JACKSONs of Tobermore. SEE: ROD 50-32-33227. 1713 Feb 18

16d

120

325

82749

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1745 Feb 5

EATON Book Index 1730-45

Btw Rev. John JACKSON of of Clonshagh & Martha EATON widow of City of Dublin. John JACKSON in consideration of a further sum of 300 pounds paid by Martha EATON with 1,000 pounds due to her for total of 1300 pounds released lands of Holywood Rath cont 140 acres in Barony of Castleknock. SEE: JACKSONs of Santry

16d

120

336

82784

OLIVER

 

1745 Feb 10

OLIVER-Jane GUMBLETON 1730-1745

Jane OLIVER otherwise SILVER, relict of Robert OLIVER

 

120

414

83087

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1746 Mar 25

ROBINSON 1746-1758

Btw William JACKSON, City of Dublin, Gent of the 1 pt & George ROBINSON of Tripillo, City of Dublin, weaver of the other part. Demised messuage, dwelling house or tenement wherin Francis BYRNE broadweaver lately dwelt, situate on the south side of Tripillo Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore adjoining George ROBINSONs dwelling house on the west and John MARTINs dwelling house on the east.with one half of the tenement backyard … more descry. WITNESS John SMITH sexton of St. Katherines, Church of Dublin. NOTE: This William JACKSON (1714-?) was a son of Michael JACKSON & Mary McCRACKEN. See: JACKSONs of Pimlico.

1

120

524

83508

 

Louth

Armagh

1745 Oct 19

1746-1758 WIGLEY-BURROWS tripartite deed.

Manor of Forkhill [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper] & long list of townlands in Co. Louth & Armagh.

SEE: ROD: 139-536-96011WIGLEY-JACKSON

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JACKSON, George

Louth

Dublin

1745 Jul 24

JACKSON-COURTENAY 1730-1745 Book Index 1730-45 Ardpatrick, Co.

COURTNEY

Rev. George JACKSON of Ardpatrick, Co. Louth & Eliz his wife on 1 pt & Edward COURTENAY of Dublin Chirurgeon of other part.... did convey town and lands of Ardpatrick abt 100 acres & also plot of land on Strand at back of Lazy Hill in Suburbs of City of Dublin & all houses & edifices except two houses devised by Nathanial DYER to Margaret GIBBON... NOTE: Rev George JACKSON (1711-1782) husband of Elizabeth TAYLOR. SEE: JACKSONs of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmage - Antrim.

 

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JACKSON, Henry

Meath

1745 Dec 20

BALFE Book Index 1730-45

Indented Marriage Articles made 6 May 1730 made btw Henry JACKSON of Lisnaboe Gent of the 1 pt & Mary BALFE of Rath in sd Co Widow of the other pt…. should Henry survive Mary leaving no issue to him then Mary may by her will leave her portion of Rath & if Mary should survive Henry leaving issue by her then Mary shall enjoy & possess the afsd jointure for the support & maintenance of such issue.. WITNESSES Richard HAY & Edward MURPHY.

NOTE: Henry’s children in the Lisbanoe family tree precede this date. I wonder if she was a 2nd wife? SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe  and Lisnaboe documents

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JACKSON, William

Wicklow

1743

SHERIGLEY-JACKSON

Image 426

BTW John SHERIGLY of Bettysville Co. Carlow Esq of 1 pt & William JACKSON of City of Dublin Peruke maker of other pt. John SHERIGLEY let to William JACKSON the house or Cabbins   in possession of Margaret JACKSON mother of said William JACKSON and her undertenants with the Backside & gardens belonging to said Margaret JACKSON in Burrough of Wicklow during term of 99 years. WITNESS: John WOODROOFF of Wicklow Co. Wicklow Tallow Chandler & William HODGINS of Wicklow Merchant. William JACKSON [SEAL]

 

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83504

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1745 Jul 11

RORKE-JACKSON

Image 539

BTW William JACKSON City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt & Patrick RORKE of Pimlicoe in Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore City of Dublin Clothier of other pt. JACKSON set to RORKE tenement late in occupation and tenure of Martin BRYAN in Pimlico … WITNESS: John EVERS Writing Master & John BLAND Gent both of City of Dublin & Luke KELLY of City of Dublin Gent.

 

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GORE, John

Roscommon

Meath

1746 Jun 3

Image 468

Indented Deed btw Arthur FRENCH of French Parke Co. Roscommon Esq. John FRENCH son & heir apparent of said Arthur FRENCH of 1st pt. Robert PERCIVAL of Knightsbrook Co. Meath & John GORE of City of Dublin Esq. Councillor at law of the 2nd; Gilbert KING of City of Dublin Alderman & Henry CUNINGHAM of City of Dublin of 3rd pt. Whereby for the better assuring the Settling in the name and blood of the said Arthur FRENCH the lands in said deed …. Joint lives of Arthur FRENCH & John FRENCH …. Payable to his younger children… [hundreds of acres in several townlands in Co. Roscommon & land in Co. Mayo] WITNESS: William KNOX the younger of Dublin, Gent one of the attorneys of the Court of Exchequer in Ireland by Charles DEMPSEY Clke to the said William KNOX.

NOTE: John FRENCH was the husband of Anne GORE, daughter of Sir Arthur GORE (1610-1697). This John GORE (1718-1784) lived at Stephens Green and was a son of George GORE & Bridget SANKEY.

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BAILIE

Dublin

1740 May 1

ANGLESEY, Charles Earl-To Hans BAILIE of Dublin, Merchant. 1746-1751

 

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JACKSON, Philip & Richard

Longford

Kings

1746 Jul 3

McCALLY 1746-1758

Townland Index 1739-1810

Image 577

Btw Philip JACKSON of Callogue, Co. Longford Gent & Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin eldest son of Philip JACKSON of the 1 pt  & Mary McCALLY widow of Monescriba, Co. Longford of other pt. Richard JACKSON in consid of 76 pounds 2s 3p paid by Mary McCALLY granted town and lands of Callogue and lands of Munadaragh with the [?] of Cambog suitable for the said lands Barony of Ardagh, Co. Longford  .. also lands of Cusina [Cushina, Parish Clonsast], Ballynagroland & Monevane in Barony Coolystown [Coolestown] Kings Co. & the 7th parts of four front houses two backhouses & a Deal Yard situate on Earl Street on the lane of Meaths Liberty & Suburbs of the City of Dublin. WITNESS: Susanna LUNEMAN of City of Dublin widow & Simon LUNEMAN of City of Dublin Gent. Philip JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: Mary McCALLY may be a McCULLA.

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83508

JACKSON, William

Louth

Armagh

1745 Oct 19

RORKE Name index entry- but not at 435 . #83508 is on pg 524 1746-1758 WIGLEY-BURROWS tripartite deed.

Manor of Forkhill & long list of townlands in Co. Louth & Armagh. The name of William JACKSON did not show up in the memorial, but I suspect he may have been connected to this memorial because of the Forkhill connection.

 

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JACKSON, Mary

Down

1732 Dec 8

Ledlie 1746-1758

Mary BURCH als JACKSON in Loghans, Co. Down on behalf of John BURCH son to said Mary of the 1 pt & John LEDLIE of Carnin Co. Tyrone on behalf of his daughter Jane LEDLIE on the other pt.. In consid of a marriage to be had btw said John BURCH and Jane LEDLIE & of 80 pounds soon to be paid by said John as a marriage portion… Mary BURCH als JACKSON assigned to John BURCH that he had a right to by virtue of a will made by James BURCH late of Loghans, Co. Down deceased. dated 4th Feb 1726 father to John. And the said Mary did thereby assign & make over the dwelling house she then possessed with all office houses belonging to the same (the Turf house & little Stable) to the said John her son in a month after the said marriage. And in Case the said Mary and her son did not agree to live together in the same house after said marriage then Mary & John should be at equal expence in erecting a [?] Dwellinghouse for said Mary … John LEDLIE jr of Carnin Co. Tyrone to be overseer… said deed is witnessed by Jackson CLARK of Maghera, Co. Tyrone Merchant & William CROZER of [A?]ramore Co Down Gent . NOTE: Mary JACKSON was a cousin of Jackson CLARKE. (1695-1756). James BURCH aka James BIRCH died 1727. Alison Kilpatrick has a complete transcription.

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JACKSON

Dublin

1745 Oct 1

Image 35

Parish of St. Johns incl reps Rev. Gabriel James MATURIN & Church wardens Alexander BRENNAN of City of Dublin, plumber, and Matthias ROWLAND of Dublin taylor of 1st part & Henry JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent of other pt. parcel of land situate in Church Street in Oxmantown, Dublin cont in front 42 feet and in depth 206 feet to hold for 999 years at yearly rents. WITNESS John JEFFRIES of City of Dublin Gent & Lawrence LAWRENSON, Organist of City of Dublin

 

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JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1746 May 15

JOHNSTON 1746-1758

BTW Henry JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent of 1 pt & Ann CONSTANT of same city widow of the 2nd. Benjamin JOHNSTON of City of Dublin Gent of 3rd pt. Reciting that a marriage was to be solemnized btw Henry JACKSON and Ann CONSTANT & that Henry JACKSON was possessed of a house with its backside and appurtenances on the east side of Church Street Dublin [Oxmantown], then in possession of the widow SIMPSON under a lease from said JACKSON to her at £18 per year and that said Henry JACKSON was also possessed of another house on Church Street, adjoining, with its backside and appurtenances  then in the tenancy of Patrick RIVERS, silk dyer a lease to him from Henry JACKSON for £16 a year. which said two houses and backsides are part of the premeses demised to Henry JACKSON by the wardens of St John Church, Dublin for 99 years.at £9 per annum.In consideration of intended marriage Henry JACKSON demised to Benjamin JOHNSTON  (dower for Ann CONSTANT).

Bethams Abstracts: Henry JACKSON Parish St. Michans Dublin Cordwainer & Anne CONSTANT of same Parish Widow 17 May 1746

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WILDE

 

1746-1751

ANDRE, St., Nath & wife-WILDE

 

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McCULLAGH, John

Tyrone

1746 Dec 18

John WALLACE, Schoolmaster of Augher, Co. Tyrone & Sarah WALLACE als SIM his wife of 1st pt. John McCULLAGH of Strabane, Co. Tyrone, Merchant of 2nd pt lease and release re: 3 houses in Strabane, Tyrone, for £30, occupant Sarah SIM of Strabane, Co. Tyrone, deceased, widow. WITNESS: James WALLACE, Chapman. RozMcC

 

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OLIVER

Cork

1733 Oct

OLIVER, Robert Esq. Of Clonodsy. Marriage intended between A & B Coleby

 

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82443

 

Monaghan

1739-1810

ECHLIN-GALBRAITH Book 45 (1739-1810) Corduffles

 

 

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BIRCH

 

1730-1745

BIRCH, George-ROBBINS

 

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JACKSON, William

Dublin

1746 Mar 31

MITCHELL 1746-1758 Image 356

Btw William JACKSON, Gent of City of Dublin to William MITCHELL, Gent of City of Dublin whereby JACKSON appointed MITCHELL his lawful attorney and in his name to demand and receive rents from his properties in Pimlico, Tripilow, and Marrabonslane in Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore and from his tenants in Marys Lane and Bootelane WITNESS Andrew LAMONT & Samuel JOHNSTON Mem WITNESS: Samuel JOHNSTON & Henry CHRITCHLEY. See: JACKSON of Pimlico.

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JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1746 Jul 12

BARBER 1746-1758 NOTE I had pg 237.

Image 445

BTW Henry JACKSON cordwainer of City of Dublin demised to John BARBER of City of Dublin house painter all that piece of land joining John BARBERs Hide Crane [?] yard from the west same of the Gate leading in said plot of ground from Church St. [Oxmantown] through the gate between the widow Martha SIMPSONs house and Patrick RIVERs house on on the east with Dr. MARTINs stables on the north with said John BARBERs Hide Crane yard walls and on the 4th with said RIVERs garden wall … to hold for 81 years for rent of £4.6s WITNESS: Joseph CLARK Gent & Joseph FARRELL Coachmaker both of City of Dublin.

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JACKSON, William

Cork

1746 May 19

KNOLLES 1746-1748 Image 455

Rev William JACKSON of Rocksavage, Co. Cork of 1 pt & Rachel KNOLLES, widow of Kinsale, Co. Cork…. Reciting 1731 Jun 5 John NASH of Co Cork lands of Currantrishlane… NOTE: William JACKSON married Mary NASH in 1738.

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84772

LATOUCHE

 

1746-1758

LATOUCHE, David-HART

 

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PUREFOY, Martha

Kings

Dublin

1746 Feb 5

BURGH

Image 544

BTW Robert DOWNES of City of Dublin Esq & Elizabeth his wife, Henry HATCH of City of Dublin Esq & Elizabeth his wife which said Elizabeth DOWNES & Elizabeth HATCH are the coheirs of William PUREFOY of City of Dublin Esq deceased of 1st pt. Martha PUREFOY of City of Dublin widow & Michael TRAVERS of City of Dublin Esq executors of William PUREFOY of 2nd pt. & Thomas BURGH of Oldtown Co. Kildare Esq of 3rd pt. Reciting that Sir William PARSONS late of Parsonstown Kings Co. Bart & William PARSONS Esq. his son lease 21 Feb 1707 in consideration of £400 mortgage to said William PUREFOY lands of Coologue Gabrush & Ballindarragh in Barony Eglish & Ballybritt Kings Co. and reciting that William PUREFOY was since dead … Martha PUREFOY [SEAL]

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree

 

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JACKSON, William

Dublin City

1748 Apr 16

Image 601

Thomas JERVIS coachmaker demised to George Edward HOWARD Gent house – in his possession - on east side of Capel Street bounded by Charles BUCKNELL & James ALDRICH – WITNESS: William JACKSON, Gent of Dublin City

NOTE: I suspect this is Gorges Edmund HOWARD (1715-1786)] See JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

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BAILIE

Dublin

1746 May 9

ANNESLEY, Charles-BAILIE NOTES in 2009 diary. 1746-1751

BAILIE-WHITE

Rt Hon Richard Earl ... & Charles ANNESLEY lease to Hans BAILIE of City of Dublin, Merchant .... all ... Mannor of Araghter otherwise Mannor Annesley ... Co. Tyrone. WITNESS James WHITE of Peppards Castle, Co. Wexford, Gent; John JAINS[?] of Dublin, Chirurgeon; John HANS & William McGUIRE of City of Dublin, Gent.

 

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1739-1810

THOMPSON-SIMPSON Lettmicollin Wrong # I also tried:

194-53-128564 and 182-410-121384

 

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83828

JACKSON, James

Wicklow

1746 Jul 7

WATERS-JACKSON

Image 38

BTW John WATERS the Elder of Eadestown Co. Wicklow Farmer of 1 pt & James JACKSON late of Eadestown but late of Spinians … sale of part of land of Spinians containing 45a in Barony Talbotstown Co. Wicklow as said John WATERS enjoys from lease from Robert STEWART Esq. WITNESS; Richard ROBBINS of City of Dublin Gent & Richard ROBBINS son. John WATERS [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass.

 

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Jackson, Daniel

Tyrone

1746 May 5

GALLA-GARVAN

Image 150

BTW Tho's Galla of Tavanalea [note 4] in the Parish of Aghalow & Co of Tyrone of the one part & Wm Garvan the Elder of Mullinaveagh In the Parish & Co Tyrone of the other Part  .. Transferr Holding in Tavanallea held by virtue of a Lease from M'rs Margrett Hamilton of Calledon now Countess of Orrery. WITNESS: John LINN of Dunmacmay Farmer & John NEALSON of Calledon Gent. both in the Parish of Aghlow [sic] and County of Tyrone Memorial WITNESS: John NEILSON [sic] Daniel JACKSON the younger of Charlemount, Gent

 

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Londonderry

Coleraine

1746 Sept 19

CARY-LINDSAY

A park & sevl houses and gardens

Image 185

BTW Henry CARY of Dungivin [Dungiven, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] Co. Londonderry Esq. of 1 pt & David LINDSAY of Coleraine Merchant of other pt. … the first field on the left side of the road leading from Fultons Gate to Milburn containing 5a 3r … the 1/3rd of Houses and Gardens now in possession of said David LINDSAY

 

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HALL

Down

1746 Jan 3

NEVIN-HALL

Image 256

BTW Margaret NEVIN executor of Thomas NEVIN deceased of 1 pt; Rowley HALL of Killough Co. Down of the other pt. Reciting indenture 2 Dec 1738 btw James Campbell HAMILTON and Ann his wife only daughter and heiress of Sir Hans HAMILTON Bart deceased of 1 pt & said Thomas NEVIN of other pt. … lands in Parish Killeleagh … Margaret NEVIN for consideration to Rowly HALL … except for encumbrance of £500  due by indenture 13 Nov 1739 btw NEVIN of 1 pt & William LENNOX of the City of Dublin Gent of the other which by Mesne assignment to Francis HALL of Strangford Co. Down Esq.  … WITNESS: Robert NEVIN of Marlborough Gent & William FITZPATRICK of Killough yeoman both of Co. Down. NOTE: Francis HALL (bef 1713-1761) was a brother of Rev. Rowley HALL (wife Catherine TIPPING), both sons of Edward HALL & Ann ROWLEY

 

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GORE, Anne &

Dublin

Kilkenny

1745 Mar 14

Image 311

Release Quadripartite bt Richard GORE of City of Dublin Esq. of 1st pt. St. George Gore of Dublin Bart & Richard STEELE of City of Dublin Gent of 2nd pt.; Ralph GORE Esq eldest son of William GORE of Barrowmount Co. Kilkenny Esq & John ECHLIN of City of Dublin Barrister at law of 3rd pt & William GORE & Anne GORE spinster eldest daughter of said William GORE of 4th pt marriage to be solemnized btw Richard GORE & Anne GORE .. Richard GORE marriage portion £1,600… lands in Co. Wexford… by virtue of settlement made on the marriage of William GORE to his then present wife Dorothy MANLY mother of the said Anne GORE … lands of Wardhouse, Co. Leitrim, several townlands in Galway, Knockduffe in Co. Wexford, … WITNESS: Toby CAULFEILD of Cloane, Co. Kilkenny Esq. & John BOURKE servant to said William GORE

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JACKSON, Mary

Dublin

Antrim

1746 Jan 17

GLEADOWE 1746-1758 Image 435

btw Richard WORKMAN City of Dublin Gent of the 1 pt & Thomas GLEADOWE of City of Dublin merchant of the other pt. and the release btw the said Richard WORKMAN & Mary WORKMAN otherwise JACKSON his wife of the 1 pt. in consid of £600 pd by Thomas GLEADOWE part of tenement set to Laurence HODSON on south side of street of the Town of Antrim the dwelling place where John WRAYFORD deceased formerly dwelt where widow SHREWSBURY formerly lived together with the shop formerly held by Arthur WHITESIDE … Alexander CORNWALL … lives of Richard WORKMAN, Mary his wife, Elinor JACKSON … reciting indenture 1698 Jan 30 btw Lord Masserene & George JACKSON formerly of Hollywell [Holy Well, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper] near town of Antrim dec Grandfather of said Mary JACKSON… and premise in Manor of Grange Gorman Co Dublin for lives of Mary the wife [WORKMAN-JACKSON], Mary Anne the daughter, Meredith Hamson WORKMAN 2nd son of Richard WORKMAN contained in indenture Feb 3, 1736 … more description of WORKMAN leases. NOTE: I suspect that Mary JACKSON is a daughter of George JACKSON (?-abt 1750) and Armanella DAVIES ( ?-aft 1775). She was likely named for her paternal grandmother.  SEE: JACKSONs of Steeple.  Richard WORKMAN was a goldsmith of Dublin. A lease was made to Richard WORKMAN, goldsmith, for the house, known by the sign of the Spinning Wheel, on the north side of Castle street. His father was likely Edward WORKMAN who came from Portadown to become an apprentice goldsmith in 1693. He was a son of a tanner, Richard WORKMAN.

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JACKSON, Samuel

Dublin

1746 Sep 13

Samuel JACKSON was a neighbour on the east side of St. Patrick St., Dublin

 

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JACKSON, William

Dublin

1747 May 8

REED 1746-1758 Image 535

Mortgage btw William JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent & William REED of the same City Staymaker. Plot of land on Abbey Street assigned containing in front 24’, in length 82’ and another parcel of land containing 13 ½’ in back of Abbey Street with all buildings and improvements thereon for terms of 75 years and 51 ½ years WITNESS: David WILLIAMS of City of Dublin, Joyner & Charles MEARES of same, Gent.

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536

86036

COULTER

Monaghan

1739-1810

 

LITTLE to COULTER (TI Bk 45)

NAMES: John LITTLE Sr. of Tyhallen; John LITTLE Jr. of Portarlington; Hugh COULTER of Aghnasedagh; James SMITH of Killyneal; John KEAN of Singleton Grove; Peter GOULLIN of Portarlington; James RICHARDSON of Culmain; William JOHNSTON, JP; Richard GRAHAM; James HASTINGS.

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JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1746 Apr 26

BALLANGE 1746-1758

Image 42

Btw Richard JACKSON Esq. of City of Dublin of 1 pt & John BALLANGE of City of Dublin Merchant of the other …house messuage or tenement South Side of King Street near St. Stephens Green formerly in the possession of ___ TERRENCE,  deceased containing the yard behind the same containing in depth from front to rere abt 86’;  in front 20’ 10” and in rere 20’ 4” bounded on the East with the house lately in possession of Samuel HOPE on the west with the house late in possession of William HUDDLESTON on the north with the Kings pavement and on the south with the ground lately in possession of DEACON with Liberty to John BALLANGE.to bring his heavy goods to his warehouse through the Gateway under the house … WITNESS Gorges Edmund HOWARD of City of Dublin Gent, & Peter BARRE of same City merchant. NOTE: Gorges Edmund HOWARD (1715-1786) was a 1st cousin once removed of Richard JACKSON (1722-1787) of Forkhill, Co. Armagh. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

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OLIVER

Armagh

1717 Jun 18

WALKER-Matthew HENDERSON Notes in 2009 diary 1739-1810

Between George WALKER of Killmakew [Kilmacrew, Parish of Magherally, in the Barony of Iveagh Lower, Lower Half, Co. Down], Parish of Armagh, Gent & Matthew HENDERSON of Ballynahonemore [Ballynahone More, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Parish & Co. Armagh, farmer. George WALKER demised to Matthew HENDERSON land in Ballynahonemore, Parish of Armagh containing about 53 acres ... term 19 years. WITNESS: George BURLEY of Armagh, innkeeper, John WHITTINGTON late of same place Gent, since deceased; Alexander HUTCHESON of City of Dublin, Gent.

 

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McCULLAGH & WALKER

Armagh

1747 Nov 14

WALKER-McCULLAGH

NAMES: Gervais WALKER of Kilmacrew, Co. Armagh; William McCULLAGH of Ballynahonemore, Co. Armagh; James NEILSON; John WAGH; George WALKER of Newry, Co. Down; James DUNLAP of Drumhirk, Parish of Derrynoose, Co. Armagh; Adam DUNLAP; Hugh CUMING of Kerneyhill, Co. Armagh; Alexander McCULLAGH of Ballynahonemore. OTHER NAMES: HUTCHINSON, JACKSON, GLENNY, HENDERSON.

A Memorial of an indented deed of lease bearing date 13th Jan 1727-8 made between Gervais WALKER of Kilmacrew [Kilmacrew, Parish of Magherally, in the Barony of Iveagh Lower, Lower Half, Co. Down] in the Parish and County of Armagh  Gent of the one part and William McCULLAGH of Ballynahonemore in the said Parish & County  farmer of the other part.  Whereby the said Gervais WALKER for the consideration of £50  to him the said Gervais in hand paid by said William McCULLAGH all that the quarter part of the south ward of the townland of Ballynhonemore aforesaid in the Parish and County of Armagh  as then formerly held by James NEILSON Deceased & John WAGH [aka WAUGH?] containing by estimation 100 acres English  measure ... term of 19 years rent of £12 Ster. [NOTE a sub lease from the Lord Archbishop of Armagh with rights of renewal]. Witnesses George WALKER now of Newry, Co. Down & James DUNLAP of Drumkirk [probably Drumhirk, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh] of Co. Armagh  Adam DUNLAP decd [this is confusing]  Hugh CUMING of Kerneyhill [in Cavanacaw, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Co. Armagh & Alexander McCULLAGH of Ballynahonemore

 

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DAWSON

Dublin

1747 Feb 17

DAWSON, Josua-JOHNSTON 1746-1758 Image 200

Richard DAWSON of City of Dublin Esq of 1 pt & Collin JOHNSTON of Tullyard, Co. Monaghan Gent land of Tateneeagh & Cortrain Co. Monaghan. WITNESS  Brabazon NOBLE Gent & Murray KATHRENS. of City of Dublin,

 

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COULTER

Antrim

1728 Apr 22

COULTER, Wm-McELVOR NOTES in 2009 diary. 1746-1758

COULTER-McEVERS

William COULTER of Lisburn, Co. Antrim, merchant demised one house or tenement in Duke Street, Dublin adjoining on land the east to Robert NIXON’s house … to Nicodemus McEVERS of Dublin, merchant … yearly rent of £10.14 for 31 years WITNESS: Chris FEGAN of Dublin, victualler & Terence HOLLAND of Dublin, Fruiterer; William FIELDING of Dublin, wigmaker.

 

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JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1746 Sep 2

ROBINSON 1746-1758

Btw Thomas JACKSON of Marrowbone Lane, of City of Dublin Linen Weaver did in consid of £40  paid by Abraham ROBINSON of the said Lane & Co. merchant did grant ground fronting on Roberts Street containing in front 90’ or thereabouts  and in depth from front to rere 160’ for rent of  £4 6s/yr. WITNESS: Terence HOGBIE of Robuck near Cromlin of Dublin Bleacher & Peter O’GORMLEY  of Marrowbone Lane Gent. Mem WITNESS: William DONNELLAN Distiller & Peter O’GORMLEY See: JACKSONs of Pimlico. NOTE: I do not yet know where Thomas JACKSON fits in this family, but the links of both profession & geography suggest a close family link.

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JACKSON

Queens

1747 May 27

BAGOT-JACKSON Bk 16

John BAGGOT of Ardiny [?] Kings Co to Nathaniel JACKSON the younger of Mount Mellick Queens Co Merchant. north end of town of Mountmellick previously owned by Richard STRONG. SEE: Quaker JACKSONs in Ireland.

 

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VILLERS

Monaghan

1747 Jul 15

SHIRLEY, George-VILLERS 1746-1758

No names of interest 2013.

 

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86362

DONALDSON

Armagh

1739-1810

FIELD to DONALDSON Irish St. Armagh

 

 

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Meath

1747 Feb 18 

NIX & WIFE-BOLTON

lease btw Alexander NIX of Creekstown Co Meath Gent of 1st part; his wife Catherin NIX als McEVERY & Richard BOLTON of 3rd pt  map 30 May 1746 24A 2R 2P

 

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JACKSON, Martha

Dublin

1747 Nov 11

Referred to in Mem# 92148 – her sister-in-law was Elizabeth JACKSON.

Image 150

Whereby John COOPER of Town of Carlow Co. Carlow Esq. in consid of £150 paid by Martha JACKSON of Dublin widow did grant all that piece or parcel of land situate on the West Side of St. Stephens Green in suburbs of City of Dublin in breadth from South to North 22’ and in Depth from East to West about 160’ bounded on the East to the pavement between said Ground and said Green west with Waste Ground North with a house formerly in possession of Arthur BUSH Esq. & South with other Ground formerly belonging to William ASTON of Dublin Merchant together with all houses & Buildings and Improvement to hold to the said Martha JACKSON her executors, assigns for the residue of a term of 120 years of said Premises granted from said William ASTON in said deed recited subject to a proviso of redemption WITNESS: Peter DESINARDS of Dublin Jeweller & Henry STERNE of same Gent.

NOTE: It is possible that Martha JACKSON was born Martha CORNWALL and was the widow of Dr. William JACKSON (d. 1745) of Londonderry. SEE: Jacksons of Tobermore.

 

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85906

McCULLAGH, Mary

Dublin

1747 May 26

Francis WEMYS, Esq deceased & Mary McCULLAGH o'wise WEMYS, widow & executor of Francis WEMYS & Henrietta WEMYS daughter of Francis & Mary WEMYS of 1st pt  6 acres Drumcondra Lane on Great Rd from Bolton St, town of Drumcondra, co Dublin. SW

 

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85907

McCULLAGH, Mary

Dublin

1747 May 26

Francis WEMYS, Esq deceased & Mary McCULLAGH o'wise WEMYS, widow & executor of Francis WEMYS & Henrietta WEMYS daughter of Francis & Mary WEMYS of 1st pt  Cadogan House on Blind Quay, Dublin & others. Co. Dublin. SW

 

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JACKSON, Robert

Kings

1747 Jul 20

REYNOLDS 1746-1758 Image 78

Image 77

Btw Rev. Robt MAW of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co. & Robert JACKSON of Parsonstown [now called Birr and in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co. Wiggmaker of the 2nd pt. George REYNOLDS of City of Dublin Merchant of 3rd pt. Robert MAW in consideration of £100 paid to him by George REYNOLDS and consent of Robert JACKSON granted to George REYNOLDS land in his actual possession by virtue of an agreement made for 1 year in consideration of 5s pd .. transfer of lands previously in possession of Rev. Henry BIRCH deceased then in possession of Robert JACKSON, land in Parsonstown adjoining a dwelling house formerly in possession of Thomas DAVIS of Parsonstown, merchant, deceased, held in mortgage held  by Robert JACKSON from Edward TRACY sr. of Parsonstown. Clothier, and all the land & tenements including two parks adjoining the Green of Parsonstown known by the name of Bettridges Parks in Parsonstown. then in possession of Robert JACKSON by virtue of a lease from Jeremiah HANKS of Parsonstown, farmer, the Parks known by the name of George DEANs holdings on the other side of the New Bridge meared by Clonaghill [?] on the upper side in Kings Co. an then in possession of Robert JACKSON by Sir William CARSONS late of Parsonstown, deceased formerly in possession of John HAMILTON joyner, deceased, and then in possession of Robert JACKSON which last mentioned premes were demised to Anthony JEMMEL of Parsonstown, Innkeeper…. Subject to an Equity of Redemption remaining in Robert JACKSONs mortgage .. another page of legal description …signed by Robert MAW, Robert JACKSON & George REYNOLDS.

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196

86571

JACKSON, John P.

Dublin

1747 Sep 7

WALSH-ONGE

Edward WALSH, to David ONGE both goldsmiths of Dublin. A 24 year lease for a house on the North side of Plunkett Street.  John P. JACKSON, apprentice to Edward WALSH SW

 

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322

87036

JACKSON, James

Kildare

1747 Nov 13

CORKER-JACKSON et al

Rev. James JACKSON Clerk Castlecarbery Kildare marriage settlement of Mary KINGSBURY and Edward CORKER; mention of marriage settlement; earlier deed 1725 Oct 20. nickred

 

128

327

20607

 

Armagh

1739-1810

HENDERSON-G? Ballynahonemore

Wrong book and/or wrong memorial #

Not in grantor index under HENDERSON 1730-1745

Did not see in townland index 1739-1810

 

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354

87171

JACKSON, Christopher

Dublin

1747 Oct 8

Christopher JACKSON, Tuckmiller of Chapelizod, Dublin to Clement DAWSON, Gent of Chapelizod, Dublin lease 41yrs "The Corner House" next to School house & the School house. Mary DUGGAN- possible school matron. WITNESSES: James KANNING, Gent; Francis McCARTHY, grocer; William BARKER, Gent, all of Dublin. SW

 

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437

87484

JACKSON, Jeremiah

Limerick

1747, Jan 22

JOHNSTON - JACKSON Jeremiah JACKSON of Fenningston [Fanningstown], Co. Limerick (Co. Clare Lands? As well)

Indented Deed of release btw Samborne JOHNSTON of of Currahanna Co Kerry Gent of 1 part & Jeremiah JACKSON of Fanningstown Co Limerick, Gent of the other … town and lands of Alonchard otherwise Alonghart Shanakeib & Parish of Kilquan, Barony of Bunratty, Co. Clare.

NAMES: Sambourne JOHNSTON of Currahanna, Co. Kerry; Jeremiah JACKSON of Fanningstown, Co. Limerick; Daniel HULEATT of Dublin; Richard TAYLOR of Carass, Co. Limerick; . PLACES: Alonchard known as Alhonghart and Shanakeilsall Parish of Kilquan Barony of Bunrathy County Clare.

d

128

451

87722

COULTER

 

1746-1758

COULTER, Hugh-RAE From 2009 diary Wrong #

 

128

472

87624

JACKSON, Daniel

Dublin

Kings

1731 May 28

HAMILTON 1746-1758

Image 257

Marriage Agreement Rev. Daniel JACKSON of Tullamore [Tullamore, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan, Kings Co aka Offaly] & Catherine DERING spinster…. Marriage portion £1,500 secured by lands of Darendale, Barony Coolock, Co. Dublin … trustees Gustavus HAMILTON, Edward DERING, Colly LYONS & John JACKSON … the earlier trust witnessed by Henry BUCKLEY of City of Dublin Notary deceased. SEE: JACKSONs of Santry

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128

488

87695

COULTER, Joseph

Down

1725, May 20

COULTER, Joseph & Henry SAVAGE both of Saintfield

Joseph COULTER of Saintfield re: May 20, 1725 agreement between Hon Brigadeer Nicholas BRICE of Hollymount & Ann SAVAGE of Saintfield - said widow of the other, Sankeys House, town of Saintfield taken in trust for Henry Savage by Joseph COULTER. Witness Rev. Mathew HASLETT of Killileagh, Co. Down

 

128

524

87867

JACKSON

Kings

1747 Feb 10

Craven John GIFFORD-JACKSON

Image 283

BTW John Gifford CRAVEN of Coolegegan Kings Co. Esq. of 1st pt. Isaac JACKSON of Jonestown Kings Co. Farmer of 2nd pt. & William LORD of City of Dublin Esq of 3rd pt .. lands of Coolegegan in Kings Co. WITNESS: Francis WEMYS & Adam WILLIAMS both of City of Dublin Gent

 

128

534

88117

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1748 Mar 25

ROBINSON 1746-1758 Image 298

William JACKSON of City of Dublin demised to George ROBINSON of City of Dublin Tape Weaver, land formerly held by John MARTIN of City of Dublin on south side of Tripolo for term of 61 years for yearly rent of 6 pounds. WITNESS of Lease: John SMITH of St. Sepulcher, Gent & George ROBINSON son of said George ROBINSON. Memorial WITNESS: John SMITH & Michael ARGENT of Dublin Gent. SEE: JACKSONs of Pimlico

NOTE: A tape weaver aka tapeweaver made wicks for candles.

 

128

559

88476

OLIVER, Jane

Limerick

1740 May 17

OLIVER, Jane - CROSBIE 1746-1758

Jane OLIVER widow, mother of Silver OLIVER son and heir of Robert OLIVER who was eldest son of Robert OLIVER late of Clonodfoy, Co Limerick… Robert OLIVER senior and Susannah his wife ..lots of lands in Limerick

 

128

561

88477

OLIVER, Jane

Limerick

1746-1758

OLIVER, Jane - CROSBIE 1746-1758

Relates to above.

 

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566

88538

OLIVER, Robert

Limerick

1748 May 23 

OLIVER, Robert - MOORE 1746-1758

NOTES: 1748 May 23 Robert OLIVER of Clonodfoy, Co. Limerick & Stephen MOORE of Kilworth, Co. Cork.

 

128

567

88539

OLIVER, Robert

Limerick

1748 May 23

OLIVER, Robert - OLIVER 1746-1758

NOTES: 1748 May 23 Robert OLIVER Clonodfoye, Co. Limerick & Susannah OLIVER also KNIGHT his wife.

 

129

93

86377

BAILIE

 

1746-1751

ANGLESEY, Earl-BAILIE

 

129

165

186624

GRATTAN

Kildare

1747 Sep 17

GRATTAN-JACKSON

Image 404

Thrift Abstracts

BTW John GRATTAN of Clonmore, Co. Kildare Gent of 1st pt & Rev James JACKSON of Castle Carbury Co. Kildare, Clerk. Of 2nd pt. John GRATTAN demised to JACKSON in consid of £1,047 the lands of Clonmeen, Ranaghanmore and Ballygibbon. To hold to said JACKSON for lives of John GRATTAN and Robert GRATTAN the younger and Thomas GRATTAN which said Robert & Thomas are sons of Robert GRATTAN late of Rabbitfield, Co. Kildare, Gent deceased. WITNESS: William TYRRELL & Richard NELSON both of City of Dublin & James KANNING Clerke to said Richard NELSON.

SEE: JACKSONs of Derbyshire, Berkshire, America & Dublin and BRERETON-GRATTAN-JACKSON.

NOTE: For more details of the boundaries of properties see: ROD: 79-366-56300

NOTE: Kildare TOWNLANDS mentioned:

·         Ballygibbon East, Parish Carrick, Barony Carbury

·         Ballygibbon West, Parish Carrick, Barony Carbury

·         Ranaghan probably Rinaghan, Parish Carrick, Barony Carbury

·         Clonmeen probably Clonmoyle, or Clonmoyle West, both of Parish Rathangan, Barony East Offaly

 

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249

86941

WALKER McCULLAGH

Armagh

1747 Nov 14

WALKER-McCULLAGH 1739-1810 Kilmacrew, Ballinahonemore

Deed of 1 Nov 1744 between Gervais WALKER of Kilmacrew [Kilmacrew, Parish of Magherally, in the Barony of Iveagh Lower, Lower Half, Co. Down], Co. Armagh Gent. & Alexander McCULLAGH Ballynahonemore, [Ballynahone More, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] Co. Armagh. WALKER leased to McCULLAGH land formerly in possession of Ann GILLAND of Ballynahonemore & then in possession of said Alexander McCULLAGH. WITNESS: Leonard GILLESPIE of Kernascobe [??], Co. Armagh, linen weaver & Hugh CUMMING of Kearnyhill [in Cavanacaw, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Co. Armagh, Gent. NOTE: I also had this recorded as Deed# 26941

 

129

306

87160

GILMORE

Monaghan

1739-1810

 

RIDDELL to GILMOR Annamcneill (TI Bk 45)

x

129

417

87594

 

Monaghan

1739-1810

KER-KER Book 45 (1739-1810) Corduffles

 

 

129

470

87836

JACKSON, George

Kings

Tipperary

1747 Feb 6

HARDEN 1746-1758

Image 563

Btw George JACKSON of Ballinlample [probably Ballintemple, Parish Templeharry, Barony Clonlisk or Ballintemple, Parish Geashill, Barony Upper Philipstown] in Kings Co. Gent, of 1 pt & John HARDEN of Carrig, Co. Tipperary of other pt. Whereby George JACKSON demised to John HARDEN 58a of lands in Carrig in Barony of Upper Ormond, Co. Tipperary  then in possession of John HARDEN for lives of HARDEN sons…for payment of 1 peppercorn. WITNESS: John SMITH & Joshua SMITH of Roscrea, Co. Tipperary.Gents. John SMITH of Ballydonagh [Parish Templeharry, Barony Clonlisk], Kings Co witnessed memorial.

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129

487

87930

PEPPARD, Jacob

Dublin

Wicklow

Meath

Kings

Kildare

Queens

1724 Mar 13

Will Book

Image 571

Jacob PEPPARD late of Dublin Esq. demised to wife Jane PEPPARD House in Hayes Alley wherein he dwelt & townland of Kerdiffstown in Co Kildare & fee farm in which he had several houses and gardens in James Street in City of Dublin held under Lord Santry the lands of Raffin Dowdelstown & part of Fletcherstown in Co. Meath together with premises held under him by William PAINE & all his inheritances in townland of Sword in Co. Dublin unto Edward HUNT of City of Dublin Esq. & Thomas GONNE of City of Dublin Gent & reversion of lands of Ballymacad Ballynagrangy Tobrid Rossilla & pt of Rathmea in Co. Meath then in lease to John LEIGH Esq. …

& lands in Town of Wicklow and near town of Wicklow to son Robert PEPPARD .. daughter Diana PEPPARD £2,000 at time of her marriage … Edward HUNT … Thomas GONNE … Daughter Elizabeth BARLOW interest in houses on Ormond Key in Aron St. in City of Dublin… grandson James BARLOW  annuity of £50 … lease of Ardellis Kings Co. and interest in lands of Ballybegg in Co. Kildare in lands of Lenihrim in Kings Co.  & appointed his son Robert PEPPARD his son-in-law William BARLOW & Edward HUNT who is since deceased executors Will WITNESS: John HOYLE late of City of Dublin Alderman deceased George MOORE then Clerke to Thomas COOKE jr public notary in City of Dublin Thomsa GONNE [SEAL]

 

130

48

31192

 

Dublin

 

ROD: 130-48-31192 supposedly related to ROD: 10-78-3089 but the memorial numbers were not a fit. The memorial is actually at ROD: 48-156-31192

 

130

167

88435

BROWNE

 

1746-1751

ADAIR, Robt Sr.-BROWNE

 

130

199

88597

BAILIE

 

1746-1751

ANGLESEY, Earl-BAILIE

 

130

221

88704

GORE & GORGES

Dublin

Kilkenny

Wicklow

1748 Apr 2

Image 123

BTW Elizabeth GORGES of City of Dublin Spinster of 1 pt; [?] Richard GORE of Sandymount Co. Wicklow Esq & Joseph GREEN of City of Dublin Esq. of the other & the release made btw Ralph GORE of Barrowmount Co. Kilkenny Esq. of the 1st pt the said Elizabeth GORGES of the 2nd pt; Hamilton GORGES of Rathbeale Co. Dublin Esq. & Thomas BURROUGHS of City of Dublin Gent of 3rd pt.. Release of Ralph GORE in consideration of a marriage then intended to be had btw him the said Ralph GORE & Elizabeth … granted to Hamilton GORGES … town and lands of Barrowmore … & town and lands of Killblaine & lands of Ballyleagh otherwise Ballyleogein Parish Rowe Barony Idagh, Co. Kilkenny…

NOTE: Ralph GORE married Elizabeth GORGES 7 May 1748.

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254

88883

PUREFOY, James

Dublin

Down

1747 Mar 1

BLACKWOOD

BTW Isaac DOBSON of City of Dublin Esq & Henry HATCH of said City Esq. of 1st pt Giffard NESBITT of City of Dublin Guardian to James PUREFOY a minor of 2nd pt. Robert BLACKWOOD of Ballyleidy Co. Down of 2nd pt Esq & Henry MITCHELL of City of Dublin Esq. of 3rd pt. released to Robert BLACKWOOD William PUREFOY’s part of Manor Castle Lands of Purefoy Place aka Clonbulloge Kings Co

NOTE: I suspect that he was James PUREFOY (abt 1740-1800) and that he was cared for by one of the PUREFOYs of Galway. This means that he was likely a son of William PUREFOY and Martha DELAWN

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree

 

130

294

89139

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1748 Jun 30

WALKER- G McCULLAGH NOTES in 2009 diary 1739-1810 Ballynahonemore [Ballynahone More, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh]

Kilmacrew

Gervaise WALKER of Killmakue [Kilmacrew, Parish of Magherally, in the Barony of Iveagh Lower, Lower Half, Co. Down] Parish & Co. Armagh, Gent & Henry CUST Esq. For £600 granted lands in Ballinahonemore cont 500 acres NOTE: I didn’t see any mention of McCULLAGH

 

130

336

89359

JACKSON, James

Antrim

1746 Aug 4

Image 484

Memorial of deed dated 4 Aug 1746 whereby George SHANNON of Dublin, merchant, and Robert RAINEY of Magherafelt, Co. Londonderry, linen draper, transferred to Lewis REFORD of the town of Antrim, linen draper property in the town of Antrim referred to in lease dated 1 Sep 1698 from Lord Massareen to Samuel SHANNON of Antrim, Innkeeper for the lives of Thomas SHAW, then about 16 years old, William HARTSON age 6, and James JACKSON then about age 14. The said George SHANNON is heir to Samuel SHANNON and that the said Robert RAINEY and his ancestors have for years been seized of said lands by several assignments of deed. Witnessed by Joseph KELSO of Antrim, linen draper, John WALKER of the same, gent., William McMURTRY of Dublin, NATHANIEL Holmes of Antrim, and David JOHNSTON of Dublin. Memorial witnessed by Joseph KELSO and John TAYLOR, dated 14 Sep 1748

 

 

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496

90018

 

Sligo

Dublin

1748 Dec 8

SMYTHE & wife-MARTIN & ors Barony Corran

CarrowmcLenanay Carrowreagh

Cross

Cloonegashell

Image 268

BTW Edward SMYTH of City of Dublin Gent and Mary SMYTH otherwise KING his wife and only daughter & next heir of Francis KING the younger formerly of Sligo in Co. Sligo Esq. deceased. Said Mary is administrator of all debts etc of said Francis KING the younger of the 1 pt; Richard MARTIN of Dangan, Co. Galway Esq. & Nathanial BLAND of City of Dublin Esq. Doctor of Laws of the other pt. By which deed the said Edward SMYTH & Mary his wife in consideration of a marriage already had granted to Richard MARTIN & Nathaniel BLAND lands incl Emlianaghten [Emlaghnaghtan, Parish Emlaghfad, Barony Corran] CarrowMcLenany [Carrowmaclenany, Parish Emlaghfad, Barony Corran] Sniggin [possibly Sniggeen, Parish Drumrat, Barony Corran] otherwise Miggin Knockalough otherwise Knocklough [Knocklough, Parish Toomour, Barony of Corran] Knockagrauny [??]  Lurga [possibly Lurgan , Parish Toomour, Barony of Corran],  Ardsallagh [Ardsallagh, Parish Toomour, Barony of Corran],   Tinaghmore [possibly Tawnaghmore, Parish Kilshalvy, Barony Corran],  Lecarrowreagh Tony Powra Lurgagibbin [??] Rathdownymore [Rathdoony More, Parish Emlaghfad, Barony Corran]  Rathdownybegg [Rathdoony Beg, Parish Emlaghfad, Barony Corran]  Cross Druimnegrantia [probably Drumnagranshy, Parish Toomour, Barony of Corran] Orbeil [??] ye Quarter Half of Knockmunnogh [??] being granted to the Earl of Carlingford as part of Cloonegasshell which said lands were by an indenture of 15 Dec 1680 demised by Rt Hon Nicholas then Earl of Carlingford to said Francis KING the younger for term of 999 years … said leases were in certain causes commented on 31 May 1709 in her Late Majesty’s High Court of Chancery in Ireland wherein Susanna KING spinster was plt [?] and Dorcas JACKSON now widow of Edward JACKSON Esq. deceased Mother of the said Mary [??] & then Dorcas KING widow of Francis KING the younger and others were duly proved … Dorcas KING to be part of the [??] … the said Dorcas JACKSON on ye death of the said Francis the younger which happened when the said Mary was about a year old fraudulently and unjustly entered into and possessed & enjoyed all said town… that the said fraud was lately discovered by inspecting a decree… WITNESS: Pierce BYRNE & Richard PANELL both of City of Dublin Gents

NOTE: Mary KING was the daughter of Francis KING and Dorcas ORMSBY. Dorcas ORMSBY of Willowbrook, Parish Calry, Barony Carbury subsequently married Edward JACKSON.

 

131

29

87992

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1747 Mar 15

BUTLER 1746-1758

Image 329

Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & Humphry BUTLER of City of Dublin Gent of the other. Piece of plot on south side of Kings St. in City of Dublin late in possession of William HUDDLESTON. Containing in front 25’5’ and in rere 23’ and in depth 21’10” on which there is now erected a dwelling house bounded on the east by John BALLANGEs on the west by Widow SAURIN on the north by the Kings pavement and on south by concerns now in possession of John SWEETMAN…. For BUTLER to hold for term of 50 years for rent of £6 yearly. [It seems that Richard JACKSON has this as a sub-lease from Vicars Choral of St, Patricks]. WITNESS: George Edmond HOWARD Esq.& John SWEETMAN of City of Dublin, Brewer. NOTE: Gorges Edmund HOWARD (1715-1786) was a 1st cousin once removed of Richard JACKSON (1722-1787) of Forkhill, Co. Armagh. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

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131

38

88025

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1747 Mar 3

WILKINSON 1746-1758

Image 334

Deed Poll Btw Henry RIDLEY Silk thrower, City of Dublin & Margaret his wife and Henry JACKSON of the 1st pt. & Mary WILKINSON, Abraham WILKINSON, & John WILKINSON of the City of Dublin of the other pt. transfer for sum of £98.3.8  & yearly rent of £20 for house or tenement on Essex Bridge in City of Dublin where John BROOKER now lives. WITNESS: George HARRISON, City of Dublin Gent Mem WITNESS Samuel VICKERS & George HARRISON Gents.

 

131

111

88296

 

Armagh

1745 Jul 13

Image 370

BTW the Vicars Choral Organist of the College and Cathedral Church of Saint Patrick's Armagh of the one part and Jane SMITH of Bonneville in the county of Armagh Spinster of the other part. Demised to Jane SMITH. Her executors, administrators and admons all that. House, Head garden, backside and tenement wherein Thomas Wilton, formerly dwelt. Bordered on the north by the marketplace of Armagh. On the East by George STONE’s House and Garden. On the South by the Earl of Anglesey tenements and on the West by the highway from the said marketplace leading to the Irish St. also the tenements wherein William McCartney dwelt and the house wherein Sarah Clements now dwells being adjacent to the said house stead deemed part and parcel of this demised premises … in presence of Thomas FIELD James ROBINSON, Thomas CAMPBELL all of Armagh. Jane SMITH [SEAL]

 

131

204

88709

DONALDSON

Louth

 

GRAHAM to DONNALDSON 1739-1810 (TI Bk 73) Manr & Customes of Fairs

 

131

205

88710

BRADFORD

Dublin

1745 Apr 20

BRADFORD to KENNEDY

Image 418

BTW William BRADFORD Chyrurgeon of City of Dublin demised to Hugh KENNEDY several mills Mill Races and all the lofts and other appertures to the said mills and Mill Mill Race belonging on the West side of Ushers Quay in suburbs of City of Dublin … lives of John KENNEDY of City of Dublin bookbinder eldest son of Hugh KENNEDY, Hugh KENNEDY the younger son of John KENNEDY & Robert McCONCHE Chirurgeaon on board his Majesty’s Fleet …

 

131

206

88711

BRADFORD

Dublin

1745 Apr 20

BRADFORD to KENNEDY

Image 419

BTW William BRADFORD Chyrurgeon of City of Dublin demised several mills Mill Races and all the lofts and other appertures to the said mills and Mill Mill Race belonging on the West side of Ushers Quay in suburbs of City of Dublin … for lives of John KENNEDY & Hugh KENNEDY the younger son of said Jhn KENNEDY & Robert McCONCHE Chirurgeaon on board his Majesty’s Fleet … WINESS: William STOWELL of City of Dublin Ale Draper & James MILLS then apprentice to said William BRADFORD Hugh KENNEDY [SEAL]

 

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313

89281

JACKSON, John & William

Dublin

1748 Aug 20

REED 1746-1758

 Image 472

Btw William JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent eldest son and heir of Michael JACKSON of Thomas Court near the said City, Clothier deceased & John JACKSON 3rd son of Michael JACKSON of the 1 pt & William REED of the City of Dublin Gent of the other part. Whereby William & John JACKSON transferred piece of ground on west side of Pimlico leading to the Tenterfields in the Liberty of Thomas Court containing in front 34’ and in depth 38’ formerly demised by Joseph THOMAS to Michael JACKSON also a piece of ground on west side of Pimlico bounding east to the Watercourse running by Pimlico west partly to the holdings of Widow EASTWOOD and partly to the Tenterfields north to the Watercourse of Trippiloe  south to a new lane leading from Pimlico to the Tenterfields formerly demised by Joseph THOMAS to John BILLOP also one other piece of ground in the Alley on the west side of Pimlico leading to the Tenterfields containing 34’ in front & 38’ deep formerly demised by Joseph THOMAS to John BILLOP also a piece of ground on the north side of the Mill Road or watercourse in Marrowbone Lane  in Liberty of Thomas Court  containing on front in the south 63 ½’ and in depth on the west 130’ and on the east 118’ and in  breadth in the rere 57 1/2’ formerly demised by Jacob POOLE to Michael JACKSON with all the buildings and appurtenances for 21 year lease for yearly rent of 1 peppercorn subject to payment of £50 & interest. WITNESS: Charles MEARES the younger son of Charles MEARES the Elder. SEE: JACKSONs of Pimlico.

 

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330

89347

McCULLAGH

Down

1748 Sep 12

McCULLAGH, David – McCULLAGH 1746-1758

David McCullagh of Magherawly, Co. Down let for £80 to William McCullagh of Muchrally, Co. Down, Gent, land formerly possessed by David McCullagh, deceased (confusing text) Arthur DOBBS & Thomas KNOX trustees for Ann ECHLIN of London (but what land?) A meeting house.

 

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364

89464

JACKSON

Queens

1739-

BAGOT-JACKSON Bk 16 Mountmellick. SEE; Quaker JACKSONs in Ireland.

 

131

438

89745

WALKER

Armagh

1747 Aug 18

WALKER-GLENNY Image 536

 Ballynahonemore [Ballynahone More, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] Between Gervaise WALKER of Kilmacrew [Kilmacrew, Parish of Magherally, in the Barony of Iveagh Lower, Lower Half, Co. Down] Co. Armagh Gent & Isaac GLENNY of Savelmore, Co. Down, Gent. Lands at Ballynahonemore then in possession of Gervaise WALKER. WITNESS: George BELL of Town & Co Armagh & John CUMING of Kearney Hill, Co.. Armagh. NOTES in 2009 diary

 

132

11

88231

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1747 May

John ESPINASSE, Sheriff of Dublin city; Esq. +Andrew MURRAY Sheriff of Dublin city; Esq. to Albert NESBITT, Rev. Clerk Dublin City, grantor  [William JACKSON, grantee]  of 4 houses in JACKSON's Alley, Lib of Thomas Court Dublin city in possess'n of Joseph BROWNE, Widow DUNLAP, Henry HEPHENSON, Patrick ROURKE, John CORMISH, John MARTIN, George ROBINSON, Widow KINLY, + 4 houses in Marrowbone Lane in same place on possess'n of Abraham ROBINSON & Thomas GAMBLE + 1 house on St Mary's Abby in Dublin city in possess'n of Henry MEREDYTH Esq. + 2 houses in Petticoat lane in Dublin city in possess'n of Walter RUSSELL and William HERON. Registrar: James SAUNDERS. Witnesses: John BYRNE, Gent of Dublin City & Charles MEARES, Notary Public of Dublin City. See: JACKSONs of Pimlico.

Notes thanks to Mike Stewart.

NOTE: JACKSON’s Alley was in Parish of St. Catherine. It  intersected the northern end of  Pimlico and was an extension of Cole Alley. SEE: Maps: Dublin 1798

 

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12

88232

JACKSON, William and Michael

Dublin

1748 Apr 28

William JACKSON, Gent of Dublin City, for consids assigned William REED, Gent of Dublin City, plot of ground in Abbey St in lib of Dublin city (24x82 ft] next to house built by John WHINERY late in possess'n of Samuel BAKER and of ground of Christopher TAYLOR + piece of grnd back of Abby street formerly in possess'n of Michael JACKSON from 25 March last past for remainder of terms of 75 & 51 one half yrs, freed of mortgages recited. Deputy Registrar: James SAUNDERS. WITNESSES: John BYRNE, Gent of Dublin City and Charles MEARES, Notary Public of Dublin City.

Notes thanks to Mike Stewart SEE: Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Pimlico.

 

132

62

88409

McMURRAY

Monaghan

1739-1810

 

CAMPBELL to McMURREY Cadda, Drommore (TI Bk 45)

x

132

156

88783

GORGES

Meath

1748 Jun 20

DANIEL – GORGES Clonebreny

Lease btw John WADE otherwise DANIEL of Clonebreny Co Meath Esq eldest son and heir of Bridges DANIEL late of Newtown, Co Dublin Gent deceased and one of the administrators of Bridges DANIEL and Michael DALLY of the City of Dublin Esq of the other. & Richard GORGES of Kilbrew, Co Meath Esq. … Hamilton GORGES Esq of Dublin … (not pertinent 2013) NOTE: Capt. Hamilton GORGES (1739-1802)

 

132

240

89123

McCULLAGH, James

Dublin and Belfast

1747 Jan 10

McCULLOCH Jas & anr to MITCHELL

Reciting James McCULLOCH, Esq. of Piedmont [It is situated between Randalstown and Toomebridge, Co Antrim. on the Gloverstown Road near Duneane Presbyterian Church]   of 2nd part had mtg sd lands unto James ROSS, Merchant of Belfast of 1st pt for £2000 to which lands James McCULLOCH was entitled to for lives renewable forever, James ROSS with consent of James McCULLOCH assigned over sd lands to Henry MITCHELL Esq. of Dublin City for £2000 to hold for natural lives of James McCULLOCH William McCULLOCH & Thomas TIPPING, subj to redemption. Deputy Registrar: James SAUNDERS. WITNESSES: Robert CARSON, Gent of Dublin City and Robert RAY, Gent of Dublin City.

Notes thanks to Mike Stewart

 

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307

89425

 

Sligo

1708 Apr 18

GETHIN & others – WARE

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BTW Sir Richard GETHIN of Sligo, Co. Sligo Bart of 1st pt. Richard GETHIN eldest son said Sir Richard GETHIN of 2nd pt. James WARE & William ORMSBY both of City of Dublin Esq of 3rd pt; Owen WINNE [aka Owen WYNNE] of Hazelwood [Hazelwood Demesne, Parish Calry. Barony Carbury] Co. Sligo Esq & Rev George ORMSBY of City of Dublin Clke of 4th pt reciting that Sir Richard GETHIN and Dame Margaret his wife … fined said James WARE & William ORMSBY …. Lands … Stone House outhouses Orchards and Gardens wherein Roger JONES of Sligo Esq afterwards Sir Roger JONES Knight dwelt and now in the occupation of Sir Richard GETHIN in Sligo … Anthony ARMSTRONG …. [more names and lands]

 

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McCULLAGH, Martha

Dublin

 

McCULLAGH Martha & ors to STRETTELL

Thomas TAYLOR, surviving executor of Mary TAYLOR, widow, deceased  & John FALKINER gained judgement in Exch Crt 7July1747 against Thomas TAYLOR, Esq. of Dublin City, Martha McCULLOCH, daughter and heir of Edward McCULLOCH, Thomas BERBECK, youngest son , Mary BERBECK orse McCULLOCH, deceased, widow of Edward McCULLOCH & Thomas BERBECK of Dublin & others for £425 8s. 5p., thus I auctioned mortgaged premises: dwelling house wherein Thomas MORRES dwelt and next adjoining house & garden plot in poss'n of John HARVEY, to Jonathon STRETTLE for £300 free of mtg, in lib of Thomas Court nr Dublin to hold for lives of several persons for ever, under yrly rent & fines mentioned. Deputy Registrar: James SAUNDERS. WITNESSES: Edward BUTLER, Gent of Dublin City and William CONNOR Clerk to Edward BUTLER.

Notes thanks to Mike Stewart

 

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JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1745 Oct 22

RIVERS 1746-1758

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Btw Henry JACKSON of City of Dublin shoemaker of the 1 pt & Patrick RIVERS of City of Dublin Silk Dyer of the other pt. Whereby Henry JACKSON demised a new brick house built by Henry JACKSON on the east side of Church Street City of Dublin [Oxmantown] adjoining another new house also lately built by Henry JACKSON and demised to Martha SIMPSON, widow of City of Dublin… together with a piece of ground to be enclosed with a brick or stone wall in a direct or straight line from the [corner?] of the demised house to the wall of the Stables of Dr. MARTIN containing in depth 158’. Excepting such part of ground demised to Martha SIMPSON by Henry JACKSON for egress for Patrick RIVERS for horses cars & carriages through the gateway of the demised premese … [more details about access] … term of 31 years, yearly rent £16. NOTE: Likely same person as Henry JACKSON, cordwainer.

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CLEWLEW

Down

1746-1758

CLEWLEW, James-MARTIN

James CLEWLEW, Rev. Clerk of Bangor, Co. Down to John MARTIN, farmer of Killinchy by the Woods + 1 acre of meadow lying within farm of James CLEWLEW, in total 7 acres, to hold for lives of James MARTIN, brother of John MARTIN, Samuel MARTIN, son of John MARTIN, & John MARTIN, son of John MARTIN for term f 31 years at 5s. 3p. per acre. Registrars: Charles BIRCH & E___ PRICE. WITNESSES: John LINDSAY of Tullvery, Down and Samuel MARTIN of Killinchy by the Woods, Co. DOWN.

Notes thanks to Mike Stewart.

 

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JACKSON, George

Kings

1748 Sep 24

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George JACKSON of Ballyntemple [probably Ballintemple, Parish Templeharry, Barony Clonlisk or Ballintemple, Parish Geashill, Barony Upper Philipstown], Kings Co. to Ralph SMITH  of Dromnastort [139 acres] as enjoyed by Ralph SMITH, for lives of Thomas SMITH, son of Ralph SMITH; Thomas DROUGHT, son of John DROUGHT and Ralph SMITH son of Thomas SMITH, Merchant of Dublin City at 5s 9p. Per acre rent with clause for surrender every 3 years. Deputy Registrar: James SAUNDERS. WITNESSES: William SMITH, Gent of Rathinane Tipperary and Hugh RAYNOLDS, Gent of Ballyspottan., Tipperary.

Notes thanks to Mike Stewart.

 

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PUREFOY, Martha

Dublin

Tipperary

1748 Jun 16

SADLIER

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BTW Martha PUREFOY of City of Dublin widow & relict of William PUREFOY late of City of Dublin deceased of 1 pt & Richard SADLIER of Lackin Co. Tipperary … demised lands of Burreagh & Knockantebryan otherwise Druminacuna

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree

 

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McCULLAGH

Dublin

1748 Mar 28

McCULLOCH William to McCARTNEY

William McCULLOCH, intended groom £500 portion from Charles McCARTNEY, merchant, uncle to Alice COLEMAN, spinster. Deputy Registrar: James SAUNDERS. WITNESSES: James McCULLOCK, Esq. of Piedmont [It is situated between Randalstown and Toomebridge, Co Antrim. on the Gloverstown Road near Duneane Presbyterian Church]; Elinor TRIDELL, then of Dublin, Margaret McCULLOCH, Spinster, then of Dublin & James GALLOWAY, Yeoman of Dublin City.

Notes thanks to Mike Stewart.

 

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BARTLEY

Monaghan

1738 May 4

NAMES: George BARKLY aka BARTLEY of Lossit; James WILLSON of Ballybay; Agnes WILLSON aka Nancy WILLSON of Lossit and Dunremon akak Dunrimond aka Dunraymond; Timothy SLOAN of Creevagh; John HARRIS of Caddagh; Murray KATHRENS.

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Monaghan

1739-1810

KER-BLAKE Book 45 (1739-1810)

For consids Margaret KERR, spinster, heir & only dau of John KERR, Gent Late of Dublin city, Dec`d, grand dau & heir of Andrew KERR, Gent, late of Newcastle, Meath, dec`d to George BLAKE, Rev. Clerke of Dublin & Thomas VERNER, Gent of Dublin City  of Drumskett, half tate of Drumfaliaght (?) & water mill, Shaninagh & water mill, half tate of Lisgoran Cumrye Edinforan Courillin Co. Monaghan 500 years + Newcastle Lurganstown Mullaghbeg Upper & Lower Rath and Cordory Co. Meath for 500 yrs provided leases for same are renewed, upon trust for purposes mentioned. Deputy Registrar: James SAUNDERS. WITNESSES: William NESBITT, Gent of Dublin City; Michael REILLY, servant to Thomas VERNER & William LEWIS.

Notes thanks to Mike Stewart.

 

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JACKSON, John

Wicklow

1749 Aug 3

COOGAN 1746-1758

John JACKSON of Kilmorey [Kilmurry, Barony Arkloe?] Co. Wicklow farmer demised to Bryan COOGAN of Knockball [NOTE: Could this be Knockbawn, Parish of Old Leighland, Barony Idrone West?]  Co. Catherlow [Carlow]…. Lands of Williamstown held by Dennis NEILE a sample man held in [Parish Rathvilly]  Barony Rathvilly, Co. Carlow rent of 10s/acre WITNESS Daniel CULLEN of Doronin & Joseph JACKSON of Killmorey both in Co Wicklow, farmers.

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BALL, John

Armagh

1749 Dec 20

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John BALL of Three Castles [Threecastles, Parish Blessington, Barony Lower Talbotstown], Co. Kilkenny Esq. demised to John JOHNSTON of Rockborough [aka Roxborogh - Dorsy (Cavan OHanlon) (Doirse Cabhain Uí Anluain or Rosks-brug) (aka Roxborough) Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper], Co. Armagh.], Co. Armagh Townlands of Cargahrovaddy [??] & Tullynemalog [??] Parish of Creggan, Barony of Fews Co. Armagh .. WITNESS: Edward RANSFORD & Robert RANSFORD both of City of Dublin Gent John JOHNSTON [SEAL]

 

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Sligo

1746 Jan 12

JAMESON & others – IRWIN Stephens Street & Hoburn Street

BTW Catherine JAMESON of Sligo, Co. Sligo Widow & Thomas JAMESON of same Gent of 1 pt & [Jonathon] IRWIN of Sligo Esq. of the other pt. Whereby Catherine JAMESON & Thomas JAMESON granted to said John IRWIN house and garden in Stephens Street in town of Sligo containing 26p together with two parkes one of them in Holborn Street containing 1a and the other at the upper end of Stephen Street containing 2a 1r 8p reciting that Benjamin BURTON late of City of Dublin Alderman deceased by indenture 20 Jun 1713 demised to George GARDINER late of Ballyshannon Co. Donegall the said premises during the natural life of John GARDINER, George GARDINER & Thomas GARDINER sons of the said George GARDINER and that George GARDINER conveyed to John JAMESON on 30 Oct 1726 the said premises by which Catherine JAMESON & Thomas JAMESON released to John IRWIN. WITNESS: George NIXON of Sligo Yeoman & Francis BILL of Sligo Gent. MEMORIAL WITNESS Francis BILL & Thomas McTEIR of Sligo Co. Sligo Taylor.

 

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PUREFOY, Martha

 

1748 Jun 16

BRADSHAW

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BTW Martha PUREFOY of City of Dublin & relict of William PUREFOY late of City of Dublin. Esq. deceased of 1 pt. Benjamin BRADSHAW of Alleenin Co. Tipperary Gent of other pt.  Martha PUREFOY demised to Benjamin BRADSHAW lands of Newtown part of town and lands of Gortnagraphy otherwise Gortnagraggy part of Cappagh & Clashnegeeragh 218a profitable land & 15a unprofitable excepting rights for timber & mines, Minerals and other Royalties & Marl on the premes. … lives of said Benjamin BRADSHAW, John BRADSHAW 3rd son of said Benjamin aged abt 5 years, Robert BRADSHAW 3rd son of George BRADSHAW deceased late brother to said Benjamin aged abt 14 years.

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree

 

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OLIVER, Jane

Dublin

1748 Dec 7

OLIVER, Jane - BARTON 1746-1758 Notes in 2009 diary 1746-1758

Between Joan SILVER of City of Dublin widow of 1st part & Jane OLIVER of City of Dublin of 2nd part & George BARTON the younger of Higginstown, Co. Kilkenny, Gent of 3rd part ... lands of Higginstown for lives of G. BARTON & wife, Elizabeth .. also Mary HADDOCK, spinster .. re earlier lease by Francis HAYDOKE, widow.

 

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COULTER

Louth

1748 Feb 14

COULTER, Charles & KYLE Notes in 2009 diary 1746-1758

NAMES: Charles COULTER of Carrickastuck; Mary COULTER otherwise McEVERS; Thomas McEVERS of Dublin; Nicodemus McEVERS of Dublin; Elizabeth KYLE of Dublin; Townet SMITH; William HERON of Dublin; William THOMAS of Dublin.

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HARTIGAN

Dublin

1748 Dec 10

HARTIGAN-OWEN Notes in 2009 diary

Between Edward HARTIGAN of City of Dublin, Apothecary & Ann HERON of City of Dublin spinster, daughter of William HERON of City of Dublin (marriage between Edward HARTIGAN & Ann HERON) .. £300 ... Edward HARTIGAN ... late wife Jane HARTIGAN (had issue) ... WITNESS: Luke HERON, son of William HERON & John GARDINER, City of Dublin, Gent. Robert STAFFORD, City of Dublin, Gent.

 

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Sligo

1749 Oct 27

WYNNE-ORMSBY

Image 308

BTW Owen WYNNE of Haslewood [Hazelwood Demesne, Parish Calry. Barony Carbury] Co. Sligo Esq. of 1 pt & Rev Mr. Eubule ORMSBY of Sligo, Co. Sligo of the other. Demised Park commonly called & known by the name of Sampiers Park containing 4a in Parish St. John's, Barony Carbury Co. Sligo for lives of Robert BROWN son of Robert BROWN of Rortland Esq. Oliver DODD 2nd son of Rev Mr Charles DODD and James SODEN eldest son of James SODEN of New Grange Esq…. WITNESS: Edward MARTIN of Ballyglass (NOTE: there are 4 Ballyglass Townlands) Co. Sligo Esq & Robert CLARK of Sligo aforesaid Yeoman

 

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PUREFOY, Martha

Tipperary

Dublin

1748 Jun 16

HUNT

Image 15

BTW Martha PUREFOY of Dublin widow & relict of William PUREFOY late of City of Dublin deceased of 1 pt. & Henry HUNT of Cappagh, Co. Tipperary Gent of other pt. in consideration of rents, Martha PUREFOY demised to Henry HUNT townlands of Tenehensy together with part of orchard of Cappagh belonging to Clasdrum with appurtenances except Timber, Mines & other Royalties & Marl with liberty of ingress and egress … loves: Vere HUNT eldest son of Henry HUNT Constance HUNT eldest daughter & Jane HUNT his 2nd daughter

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree

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JACKSON, Samuel

Down

1748 Jan 18

MAXWELL 1746-1758 Image 100

Btw Samuel JACKSON of Ringcreevey [Parish Comber, Barony Castlereagh Lower], Co Down farmer of 1 pt & William MAXWELL & James MAXWELL, both of Cattoge, Co. Down Gents of the other.Whereby Samuel JACKSON in consid of £130 pd to him granted to William & James MAXWELL lands of Ringcreeveywhich JACKSON was entitled to by a lease from Robert COLVILLE Esq deceased to Samuel JACKSON, Hugh McCREA since deceased and Samuel ROBINSON dated 2 Nov 1724.for lives of John ROBINSON then aged abt 22 years, William JACKSON then aged about 18 years & John KENNEDY since deceased aged abt 8 years…. John ROBINSON & William JACKSON surviving lives … in presence of Hugh JACKSON of Ballyclough [Parish of Killinchy or Holywood?] Land Surveyor, & Patrick SAVAGE of Stfield [Saintfield] Co Down. SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

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PIPPARD

Dublin

1749 Apr 23

PIPPARD, John Esq. & PIPPARD, Thomas, Gent, Lease & release. Dublin new brick houses in North & South Quays. Will names: Thomas PIPPARD & Thomas SHANLY, Dublin. Other names: Hon Lt. Gen Robert NAPIER (deceased); Ann NAPIER (widow & executrix) & William NAPIER (eldest son & heir); Francis LEIGH Esq. Drogheda.. nickred

 

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GORE, Jane

Mayo

1747 Oct 14

Image 133 to Image 135.

A Memorial of the Last Will Dame Jane GORE otherwise WORTH wife of Sir Arthur GORE of Newtowngore Co. Mayo. … Reciting Indenture Quadripartite 12 March 1730 btw Sir Arthur GORE of Newtown Gore Co. Mayo & Arthur GORE Es. The eldest son & heir of the first part. The said Jane GORE by the name Jane WORTH widow sole daughter and heir of Richard SAUNDERS late of Saunderscourt Co. Wexford Esq. deceased of the 2nd part. Sir Henry KING of Boyle Co. Roscommon Bart & Whitfield DOYNE of City of Dublin Esq of 3rd part; the Right Honorable James TYNTE Esq one of his Majesty’s most Honorable Privy Council of the Kingdom of Ireland Arthur FRENCH of Frenchpark Co. Roscommon Esq. & Isaac DOBSON of City of Dublin Esq of 4th part. Reciting that a marriage was to be had between Arthur GORE & Jane WORTH she the said Jane WORTH in consideration of the intended marriage … confirmed unto said Sir Henry KING & Whitfield DOYNE & their heirs … [dozens of townlands and hundreds if not thousands of acres] lying and being in Co. Wexford Also … 600a in Queens Co. … lands in Glocestershire, Great Britain

Witness to the will of Dame GORE: Jacob JACKSON of the City of Dublin Gent and Richard MAGENIS & Samuel WALLACE both of the City of Dublin Gent. Witnesses of the Memorial by said Sir Arthur GORE is witnessed by Samuel WALLACE and Richard MAGENNIS. Arthur GORE [SEAL] in presence of Samuel WALLACE & Richard MAGENIS.  NOTE: Sir Arthur GORE (1703-1777) married Jane SAUNDERS and William WORTH was her previous husband SEE: The Peerage of Ireland, Or, A Genealogical History of the Present. Volume 2. John Lodge

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JACKSON, Dorothy

Armagh

Kilkenny

1745 Oct 1

COOPER 1746-1758

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Btw John BALL of Three Castles, [Threecastles, Parish Blessington, Barony Lower Talbotstown] Co. Kilkenny Esq. & Dorothy BALL otherwise JACKSON his wife of 1st pt & William COOPER of City of Dublin Esq Dr of Laws of 2nd pt & Edmund SHANLEY of City of Dublin Gent of 3rd pt. John BALL sold to Willi