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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.
Update: December 31, 2022 . Update: June 4, 2023 Update: February 9, 2024

 

Books of Deeds 151-249

Other shading in certain cells is idiosyncratic. It isjust there to jog my memory.

Entered in 2022

Ones I have flagged

Added or edited in 2023

 

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County

Date

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175

100940

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1751 Nov 27

BOLTON-COCKING

Revd Richard BOLTON of Lagore Co Meath of 1 pt & Rev. Ralph COCKING of Rahenny Co Dublin of other part… 6A 2R 20P part of Creekstown, Barony of Ratoath, Co  Meath lately in occupation of Thomas JACKSON Esq. deceased described in a Map  to the said deed of release annexed. Lands leased from BOLTON to COCKING.

NOTE: This Thomas JACKSON (1680-1751) had 3 known children – if there were more, he is the right vintage to be the father of George JACKSON (1718-1782) of Urker who I continue to seek. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

151

178

10094

BROWN

Monaghan

1739-1810

DOLLARD-BROWN Book 45 (1739-1810) Enagh

Image 428

lease between John POLLARD of Glasslough, Co Monaghan gent of the one part and Thomas BROWN of Enagh in said County, farmer. Leasing 20 acres, two roods and four perches for the lives of the said Thomas BROWN (Viz), John MAXWELL, third son of the Reverend John MAXWELL, of Falkland said County, Clerk, and James BLACK, eldest son of William BLACK of Legacorry. Rent to Robert Leslie. Also to enjoy a share of turf bog of about 1 ½ acres in Mullaghbrack. WITNESS: James JOHNSTON, merchant, Nicholas JEFFORD, Mariner bailiff and by John GIBSON Litteratt all of Glasslough. Memorial WITNESS: James JOHNSTON & William JOHNSTON, of Glasslough. Apothecary.

 

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251

101292

STEEL

Dublin

1751 Mar 25

Thomas STEEL – TOOL

Image 464

BTW Thomas STEELE of City of Dublin merchant demised to John TOOLE of City of Dublin demised warehouse then enjoyed by Mr. Thomas PRESTEN at the South end of Yorkminster Yard leading from Smock Alley and also warehouse on the East Side of said yard and likewise  two rooms built over the late Francis RUSSELLs kitchen adjoining the warehouse… WITNESS: William CARRICK City of Dublin Cooper & Richard KEATING of City of Dublin Carpenter.

 

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263

101350

GORE, Arthur

Mayo

1739 Oct 5

Image 470

BTW Morgan VAUGHAN of Carrowmore Co. Mayo Esq. and Mathew VAUGHAN his eldest son and heir of 1st pt. Sir Arthur GORE of Newtown Co. Mayo & Annesley GORE his 2nd son of the 2nd pt & Mathew ORMSBY of Dromore [NOTE: There are 3 Dromore townlands in Co. Sligo] Co. Sligo Esq of the 3rd pt. … townlands of ¼ Carrowatrayley 1/4 Ballyhernan one quarter Carrowmore ¼ ¼ Derrinamuck ¼ Gortskibolo and ¼ Ballydarig ¼ Coray ¼ Ballybegg in Barony Tirawley Co. Mayo … sums to Francis BLAKE Peter MATURINE and Francis PALMER WITNESS: Terence FEGEN of City of Dublin servant John THEWLES of City of Dublin Gent. Mathew VAUGHAN [SEAL].

 

151

299

101506

JACKSON, Peter

Cork

1751 May 13

ALLEN

Image 489

Lease between Peter JACKSON formerly of City of Cork, but now of Bristol, sugar Baker of the one part and John ALLEN of the City of Cork, Clothier. Land known as Dahills in the South suburbs of the City of Cork. Witnesses: Francis RANDALL of the city of Bristol and John MAGEE of the city of Cork, Mariner

 

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34

100604

GORE, Elizabeth

Kilkenny

1751 Oct 30

Image 25

BTW Ralph GORE of Barrowmount Co. Kilkenny Esq. & Elizabeth GORE otherwise GORGES wife of Ralph GORE of the 1 pt; Charles DOYLE of Bramblestown Co. Kilkenny Gent of other pt. … reciting marriage agreement in ROD 130-221-88704 made in 1748 …

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99

100921

MAULEVERER

Dublin

Derry

Coleraine

Tyrone

1751 Jun 11

ANNESLEY, Wm-MAULEVERER 1746-1751

Image 57

BTW William ANNESLEY and William SCOTT both of City of Dublin Esq. of 1st pt; Henry CARY of Dungiven  [Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] Co. Londonderry Esq. of 2nd; Thomas NEWBOURGH of Ballyhays [NOTE: There are two Electoral Districts: 24 townlands in Ballyhaise & 4 townlands in Ballyhaise] Co. Cavan Esq and Martha NEWBOROUGH otherwise CARY his wife, one of the daughters of Henry CARY of 3rd pt & Revd Bellingham MAULEVERER of Maghera [Parish Maghera ] Co. Londonderry Clerk of 4th pt. £1,500 pd on intermarriage of Edward CARY Esq. eldest son of Henry CARY with Honorable Jane BERESFORD …

Granted to Bellingham MAULEVERER

All that Mannor of Phillipar [??] in Co. Londonderry alias Coleraine & Tyrone in province of Ulster … being part of said Mannor (that is to say) the late Dissolved Abby Monastery or Religious house of  Dungiven [Dungiven] in Barony Kenouoght [Keenaght] in Co. Londonderry … fraternity of Skinners London  and also Castle Town [??]and lands of Dungiven [Dungiven] alias Mahoriboy  [Magheraboy, Parish Dungiven, Barony KeenaghtNonbeg [Nonebegg als Owenbegg [Owenbeg, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght],being one Ballynoe of land Strahanshmore Ballymulgo [??] being one Ballyboe of Land & Ballielassen [??] being one Balliboe of land Lestaheloge [??] being one Quarter Balliboe of Land Machriboy [possibly Magheraboy Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], being one Ballyboe of land in Barony Kenaught In co. Londonderry alia Coleraine … also Lacha [Lackagh, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght,] being one Balliboe of Land Ballymonyles [possibly Ballymonan, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght,] being one Balliboe of Land Killerseagh [??]being one Balliba of land Derryware [Derryware, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght],being one Ballyboe of Land Shregony [possibly Scriggan, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] being one Balliboe of land Derryduff [Derryduff, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], being one Balliboe of land Nahasson possibly Hass, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] being one Balliboe of land Brihey [Brishey, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] being one Balliboe of Land Terrivolen [possibly Tirgoland, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght]  being one Balluboe of land & Ballycohill [??]  being one Balliboe of land Ballymackever [Ballymakeever, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], being one Ballyboe of land all in Territory Ballieeehassan [??] in Barony Kenaugh within Co. Londonderry als Coleraine & also Clatgore Gortge [possibly Cluntygeeragh (Cluainte cCaorach), Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght],  being one Balliboe of Land Carn [Carn, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] being one Balliboe of Land Cashell [Cashel, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght],being one Balliboe of Land Boville [Boviel, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] being one Balliboe of Land Croweback [??] being one Balliboe of Land in Territory half Balliebeltoe or portion of land known as Benadi [Benady in Townland Cashel, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght],in Barony Kenagh in Co. Londonderry alias Collrane … & Fineame [Fincarn, Parish Banagher (Keenaght portion), Barony Keenaght], being one Balliboe of Land Gallard [possibly Gallany, Parish Banagher (Keenaght portion), Barony Keenaght]  being one Balliboe of Land Tulladan [??] being one Balliboe of Land in Territory Balliebelloe or portion of Land known as Ballyahare [possibly Ballynahery, Parish Drumachose, Barony Keenagh] in Barony Kenaught … Tully [Tully, Parish Tamlaght-finlagan, Barony Keenaght,] being one Balliboe of Land Tanduffe [??] being one Ballyboe of Land Ardgreven [possibly Ardgarvan, Parish Drumachose, Barony Keenagh]  being one Ballboe of Land Moycashell [??] being one Balliboe of Land Gortnersheath [??]being one Balliboe of Land Ballickillahan [??] being one Balliboe of Land Cloghoge [Cloghog, Parish Derryloran (Derry portion), Barony Loughinsholin] being one Balliboe of Land all in Territory Ballilbettoe or portion of Land commonly known as Croshalt within Barony Annagh [now called Tirkeeran] in Co. Londonderry alias Coleraine … Brackinoy [possibly Brackfield, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran] being one Balliboe of Land Kilcaran [probably Kilcaltan, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran] being one Balliboe of land Gortnerane [Gortnaran, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] being one Balliboe of Land … land commonly known as Balliemackgahny [Ballymaclanigan, Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] in Barony Anaght [now called Tirkeeran] Co. Londonderry & also Lisbany [Lisbunny, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran]  being one Balliboe of Land Salleboyle [Sallowilly (Salach-baile), Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] being one Balliboe of Land Altahoney [Altaghoney, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] being one Balliboe of Land in Territory Balliebeltoe or portion of Land called Altdaurannell [??] in Barony Annaght [now called Tirkeeran] in Co. Londonderry alias Coleraine … and also Balliedanegan [Ballydonegan, Parish Banagher (Tirkeeran portion), Barony Tirkeeran], being one Balliboe of Land Tanniahean [??] being one Balliboe of Land Coolmoney [possibly Coolnamonan Parish Banagher (Tirkeeran portion), Barony Tirkeeran], being one Balliboe of Land in Territory of Ballibeltoe [??] or portion of Land called or known by the name of Ballienaltan [possibly Ballyartan, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran], in Barony Annaght [now called Tirkeeran] Gortnahan [probably Gortnaran, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] being one Balliboe of Land in territory of Balliofogar [??] in Barony Annaght [now called Tirkeeran] in Co. Londonderry alias Coleraine & also  Dromlirge [??]being one Balliboe of Land Shrahsmore [probably Strawmore, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin], Latiniskey [??] being one Balliboe of Land Mallinavotts [??]being one Balliboe of Land Droard [??] and Money Gorgan [??] being one Balliboe of Land Dodgilduffe [??] being one Balliboe of Land Ballienahanbegg [??] being one Balliebeg of Land Ballyclappye [possibly Ballyclaber, Parish Coleraine, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine] being one Balliboe of Land Shradrongalga [possibly Shregeny als aforesaid Serigan - Scriggan, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght being one Balliboe of Land Tullatima [??] being one Balliboe of land Brackalion Morley [??] being one Balliboe of Land in Territory Balliebeltoe or portion of land known by name Ballienemetagh [??] in Barony Loughlinsholin [Loughinsholin] in Co. Londonderry alias Coleraine or Tyrone in Provincce of Ulster  … contained in portion of Master and Wardens of the Guild or Fraternity aforesaid (Number twelve) according to their Lott or Division drawn at Guildhall in City Londondon December 1613 based on survey by Archibald STEWART of Kingdom of Ireland and Phillip JACKSON of London surveyors 1740 and are as follows Lackagh [Lackagh , Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght,] 390a Ballykellaghan West 100a 3r Ditto East 181a 3r [possibly Ballykelly  and/or Ballykelly Level (Intake), Parish Tamlaght-finlagan, Barony Keenaght]  Gortneskea [probably Gortnaskey, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] 285a 2r Glenlough [Glenlough, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] 409a Cooldoig upper [probably Kildoag, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran] 284a 2r Ditto lower 196a Ardgrewen Upper 155a 1r Ditto Lower [possibly Ardgarvan or more likely Ardground, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran] 153a 2r Tonduff [possibly Tamlaghtduff Brown or Tamlaghtduff Jennings] 302a Tully als Legathory [Legaghory, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran] 276a Braefield 201a 2r Lettermyer [Lettermire, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran] 121a 3r Kileatan Upper 103a 2r Ditto Lower [probably Kilcaltan, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran] 51a 3r Gortnerane [Gortnaran, Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] 162a 3r Lisbuny [Lisbunny, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran]  540a 2r Altehoney [Altaghoney, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] 489a 2r Sallaghboaly [Sallowilly, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] 253 2r Ling [Ling, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] 276a Carnanbane [either Carnanbane, Parish of Learmount (Tirkeeran portion), in the Barony of Tirkeeran and/or Carnanbane, Parish of Banagher (Keenaght portion), in the Barony of Keenaght] 154a 2r Laughtilube [??] 233a Coolnamonan [Coolnamonan, Parish Banagher (Tirkeeran portion), Barony Tirkeeran] 220a Ballydonogan [Ballydonegan, Parish Banagher (Tirkeeran portion), Barony Tirkeeran] 641a Tamniahagan [Tamnyagan, Parish Banagher (Tirkeeran portion), Barony Tirkeeran] 220a 2r in Barony Anaght [now called Tirkeeran] in Co. Londonderry alias Coleraine Tullygoan [??] 209a 2r Tincarn [??] 108a 2r Gallinagh [??]  & Moygerive [??] 202a2r Ovill [Ovil, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] 384a Ballygoddan 146a Owenbegg [Owenbeg, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght]  283a Dungiven [Dungiven, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght]  including Ballycaslem [probably Ballymacallion, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] & Balliemollie [possibly Ballymonan, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] 227a 2r Killterfeagh [??] 88a 2r Hass [Hass, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] 155a Lackagh [probably Lackagh, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] 205a 2r Derryware [Derryware, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], & Ballyohellan [??]  212a 3r Serigan [??] 153a 2r Ballymacever [Ballymakeever, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], and Deryduff [Derryduff, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 187a 3r Tiergolan [Tirgoland, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], Ballyhanet [??]  262a Brisha [Brishey, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 240a Curagh Lane [Curraghlane, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 208a Ballymonan [Ballymonan, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 211a Magherabeg [Magheraboy, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 202a Lisnakilloge alias Westeravebarkey [[?? possibly near  Crabarkey] 266a Crevebarkey [Crabarkey, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 185a 1r Cashell [Cashel, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 226a Bovill [Boviel, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 299a Carne [Carn, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 604a 2r Mountain of Tiergolan [Tirgoland, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 552a 2r Aslamaduff [Ashlamaduff, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 496a Edenticall [Eden (Eadan Tighe Cathail), Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], Mountain of Bovill [possibly Boviel, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 898a Mountain of Cashell [possibly Cashel, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 1179a Clontegeragh [Cluntygeeragh, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 2300a Glenshane [Glenshane, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght],1282a in Baron Keenagh Co. Londonderry alias Coleraine Drumderigg [Drumderg, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin], 546a Glengomna [Glengomna, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin], 620a Carveragh [Cavanreagh, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] alias East Glengomna 313a part of Glengomna [Glengomna, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] held with Labby 68a 2r Labby [Labby, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] 302a Brackagh [Brackagh, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] 196a Cloghfin [Cloughfin, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] 207a 2r alias Shadrumgalgan [??]  263a Dezert [Disert, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] 247a Doon Upper [Doon, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] 193a 2r Shamore Upper [Strawmore, or Straw, or Straw Mountain, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] 118a Ditto Lower 97a Shaneghey part of Stramore [Strawmore, or Straw, or Straw Mountain, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] 104a Tonagh [Tonaght, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] 188a Drumard [Drumard, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] 523a Mullanawoe Upper [probably Mulnavoo, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] 56a Ditto Lower 69a 2r Drumdoe [possibly Drumderg, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin]  50a 2r in Barony Loughlinshillin Co. Londonderry alias Coleraine or Tyrone all premises before mentioned contain 20,507a 1r except several lands of Nonebegg als Owenbegg [Owenbeg, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], Lackah als Lackagh [Lackagh, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], Shregeny als aforesaid Serigan [Scriggan, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], Derryware [Derryware, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], als Upper Derrywead & Lower Derrywead [??] Gortnecrane als Gortnerane [Gortnaran, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran], Kilterane als Kileatan [possibly Kilcaltan, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran]  Lettermoyer als Lettermoyre [Lettermire, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran] Ling [Ling, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran], Ballykeallaghan als Ballycallagha [Ballycallaghan, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran], Gortneskeash als Gortnasky [Gortnaskey (Gort-na-sceach), Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran], Tonduff [Toneduff, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran], Glenlough [Glenlough, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran],  Altahoney [Altaghoney, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran],  Brackfield [Brackfield, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran] Tully alias Legacorn [probably Legaghory Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran], Ardregiven [probably Ardground (Ard-grian), Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran], Upper & Lower Cooldoig als Culdoige [probably Kildoag (Coill-Dubhog), Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran], Lackagh [Lackagh, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran], Lisbane alias Lisbune [??] Kilalooy [Killaloo, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran],  Tomkins freehold commonly called Ballymullins [??]  Dunedy [Dunady, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran], Ballyarton [Ballyartan, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran or Ballyartan, Parish Coleraine, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine] & Lettermuck [Lettermuck, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] being part of portion of Pilipar [??] held by Lease from Masters and Wardens of Guild or Fraternity of Skinners London  to hold to Bellingham MAULEVERER his heirs …  for natural lives of Henry CARY, Edward CARY & Frederick CARY Hamilton [CARY?] sons of Henry CARY … demised to aid Henry CARY by Lease from Lord Arch Bishop of Armagh in said recited deed … further witnessed that Thomas NEWBOROUGH and Martha his wife for consideration granted to Bellingham MAULEVERER … WITNESS: Mervyn FANNING & James MAULEVERER son of Bellingham MAULEVERER. Henry CARY [SEAL]

NOTE: Bellingham MAULEVERER was a brother of Robert Lindsay MAULEVERER (abt 1811-1850), the land agent murdered in Co. Armagh. Edward CARY, son of Henry CARY, lived at Dungiven Castle, Dungiven, Co. Londonderry. On Aug 10, 1743, he married Jane BERESFORD (1720-1792) dau of Marcus BERESFORD (1694-1763) and Catherine POWER.

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128

101036

McCULLAGH

Antrim

Dublin

1751 Nov 28

McCULLOCH Jas to EDGERTON 1746-1758

Image 73

Lease made between Henry MITCHELL of the city of Dublin Esquire, of the first part and James McCULLOGH of Piedmount [Piedmont is situated between Randalstown and Toomebridge, Co Antrim. on the Gloverstown Road near Duneane Presbyterian Church], County Antrim, Esquire. Of the second part. Thomas Edgerton of Drogheda, County Louth of the third part. … list of townlands transferred in Barony of Toome Co Antrim for £2000 for the lives of James McCULLOGH. William McCULLOGH and Thomas TIPPING. WITNESS: Robert King, and Samuel KATHRENS both the city of Dublin gent. SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

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138

101078

 

Queens

Dublin

1751 Jul 13

Image 78

Bernard BROWNE of Ballynakill Queens County, gent, of £19.18.4 granted to Gorges Edmond HOWARD of city of Dublin, gent, two yellow cows one black mare… Four poster bed, chairs, table and other assorted … WITNESSES: Thomas FITZGERALD and William JACKSON both of the city of Dublin gent

 

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318

101899

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1750 Feb 2

WALKER

Image 170

Between the Vicars Choral of St Patrick’s Church, Dublin of the one part and Sarah WALKER, of City of Dublin widow of the other part Recited deed 15 Jan 1710 Caleb SMALLEY late of Kevin St. Merchant deceased  after  £120  demised to Sarah WALKER ground formerly an orchard or garden in Upper & Lower Kevin St. lands on Lower Kevins Street on front to street 96’, west on Lower St. Kevins St 141’ North with Mr. BORRs hoding 107’, on the east to ground held by Archibishop of Dublin, Mr BORR, Mr. FLMING 193’ … executed by the Cathedral Church of St. Patricks to wit John MASON, William JONES, William TAVERNER, John JACKSON, John PHIPPS, James BAILY, Joseph WARD, James COLGAN Richard BREADWAY, Robert HAIL

 

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334

101971

NOBLE, Adam

Monaghan

Armagh

1752 Feb 4

GRAHAM-NOBLE Ballymacowen 1739-1810

Image 178

Richard GRAHAM of Cullmaine Co. Monaghan Esq. leased to Adam NOBLE of Longfield Co. Monaghan Gent all the holding now in possession of Adam NOBLE formerly enjoyed by Phelemy O.NEILL Hugh KELLY and partners being part of Ballymacowen [possibly Ballymacawley (Baile Mhic Ceallaigh) Parish Kilclooney (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower], In Barony of Fews, Co. Armagh. …. WITNESS: Brabazon NOBLE Town & Co. Monaghan  Gent & Robert FOX servant to Richard GRAHAM & Thomas NOBLE.

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9

101312

JACKSON, Robert

Kings

1745 Oct 9

JACKSON NOTE: Initially I had it as #104312

Image 26

BTW Robert JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co. Merchant of the one pt and Robert JACKSON of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt], Kings Co Gent of the other. Reciting Deed 1743 Feb whereby Richard NEWSTEAD of Ballyloughlan [Ballyloughan, Parish Gallen, Barony Garrycastle] set to Robert JACKSON merchant the house in Birr formerly in possession of Barnaby ARCHER and containing 22 acres together with that plot of land adjoining the green of Birr, Barony of Ballybritt, Kings Co. To hold for lives of Richard NEWSTEAD, William NEWSTEAD eldest son of Thomas NEWSTEAD uncle of Richard NEWSTEAD, to renew and whereas the said Robert JACKSON of Grange did at the instance of Robert JACKSON of Birr become jointly bound with the said Robert JACKSON of Birr in one Bond of the penalty of £400 conditioned with the payment of £200 interest to James WILLINGTON of Newhouse Co. Tipperary Gent … to debt of Robert JACKSON of Birr who promised to indemnify Robert JACKSON of Grange from the debt … WITNESS: Thomas ENGLISH of Thurglass, Co. Tipperary & James JACKSON eldest son of Robert JACKSON of Birr. NOTE: I still need to unpuzzle some of these JACKSONs – they start with Robert JACKSON, quarter-master (bef 1716-1743). SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkeiran

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28

100405

DOBBIN

 

1739-1810

LORD CHARLEMOUNT-DOBBIN Altakirk

NOTE: These numbers are way off. This volume starts with #101133.

 

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152

102033

JOHNSTON

Down

Armagh

1750 Jul 19

 

Long deed  -  Richard JOHNSTON of Gilford Co. Down. Many names and places…. Rev Dr. John KEARNY of Loughgilly, Co. Armagh Charles STEWART of Madden Court, Co. Armagh Gent Sole [Adinor] of Captain John STEWART late of Lisglin [Lisglynn, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh], Co. Armagh deceased.

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102332

JACKSON, Richard

 

1752 Feb 1

HOWARD: Source: Names Index.

Image 138

BTW Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & Gorges Edward HOWARD of City of Dublin Esq. of the other pt Reciting that several parcels of ground and houses included in decree of a Hugh Court of Chancery set up to sale by William COOPER one of the Masters of said Court on North side of Christ Church Yard in Co. Dublin together with three houses built and erected theron and in possession and occupation of Rev. Mr. Samuel HOLT and his undertenants subject to interest of Robert SAVAGE of City of Dublin Cordwainer. All that piece or parcel of ground on West side of Fishamble Street in City of Dublin containing in front to East to said street 23’ 5” and running backwards to Westward to rear of Rose Alley bonded on the North to land belonging to Henry SEGRAVE Esq & on the South to Land belonging to John BAGGOT Esq. together with three houses built now called Virginia Court formerly in possession of Teresa MAGLEW widow and afterwards in possession of representatives of William HAYES Esq. subject to interest of Nicholas FERRELL of City of Dublin Baker … details of Court Case. … Richard JACKSON had executed unto Gorges Edmund HOWARD his Bond with Warrant of Attorney for confessing Judgement theron of penalty of £1,800 … WITNESS: William JACKSON Chapw HUDDLETON

NOTE: Gorges Edmund HOWARD Esq was a son of Capt Francis HOWARD & Elizabeth JACKSON. She was a daughter of Capt William JACKSON ( bet 1665-1668 – 1712) and Elizabeth GORGES. It is likely that the Richard JACKSON here was Sir Richard JACKSON (1722-1787) of Forkhill Lodge, the first cousin once removed of Gorges Edmund HOWARD:. It is extremely likely that the land was part of the inheritance of Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706). See his will: 1705 December 4 - Will of Samuel JACKSON

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102395

ECHLIN

Kildare

1752 Mar 20

ANNESLEY, Dame Mary-ECHLIN 1746-1751

Image 144

BTW Sir Robert ECHLIN of Rush, Co. Dublin Bart grandson of Henry ECHLIN knight & Bart deceased of 1 pt. Dame Mary ENNESLEY otherwise LEVINGE otherwise JOHNSTON widow & Richard LEVINGE of Calverston Co. Kildare Esq. only child of Sir Richard LEVINGE Knight & Bart deceased by said Dame Mary of the other pt. … reciting earlier deed … Robert JOHNSTON soon after he died appointed Mary JOHNSTON his wife sole exec.  And in her will she left to Dame Mary her daughter … and that Robert JOHNSTON Esq. grandson and heir of Robert JOHNSTON and of rest of children of Richard , Robert JOHNSTON Esq … lands of Calverston, Co. Kildare … Henry MITCHELL …

 

153

249

102607

DONALDSON

 

1746-1748

CLEMENTS, Nathanial-DONALDSON

 

153

393

103280

 

Kings

1752 Apr 18

Townland Index 1739-1810-S Image 127

Shinrone pt

SMITH-SMITH

Image 233

BTW Thomas SMITH the elder of Shinrone Kings Co. Gent of 1 pt & Thomas SMITH the younger of Shinrone son to said Thomas SMITH. Thomas SMITH the elder in consideration of 20 advanced to him by Joseph BURTON executor of William BURTON Gent deceased granted to Thomas SMITH the younger the Dwelling House in Shinrone & the Plott & Garden belonging to the house Plott or Garden held by John McDANIEL Taylor the Park commonly called RAWLSON’s park & WALKER’s park containing 34a … WITNESS: Joshua SMITH of Shinrone Kings Co. Gent & of Kindall O’BRIEN of Shinrone Gent & John MEARA of Shinrone. Thomas SMTH [SEAL]

153

154

21

102525

RUTHERFORD

 

1739-1810

(TI Bk 45)

RUTHERFORD to RUTHERFORD Cadagh

x

154

48

102649

STEEL, John

Antrim

1733 Jun 24

STEEL, John-McCULLAGH, Susannah Notes in 2009 diary 1746-1758

Image 31

Marriage Contract between John STEEL of Kenbelly [?] of one part & Susanna McCULLOGH of other part. WITNESS: John DAVISON of Knockburn[?] malster & George McCULLOGH of Eglish [There are 3 Eglish townlands – Eglish, Parish Dunaghy, Barony Kilconway; Eglish Parish Culfeightrin, Barony of Cary; and Eglish, Parish Skerry, Barony Antrim Lower], yeoman, Co. Antrim .... and then April 16, 1752 ... signed and sealed by Susanna McCULLOGH otherwise STEEL, widow and relict of said John STEELE in presence of John DAVISON & James MOORE of Ballymena [Ballymena Town], Co, Gent (reference to High Court of Chancery in Ireland). SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

154

94

102885

JACKSON, David

Kildare

1742 Apr 25

CHRISTIAN

Image 54

btw Reciting deed re David JACKSON of Huttonread [Huttonread, Parish Oughterard, Barony South Salt ] otherwise Quinsborough [Electoral District Quinsborough (7 townlands)], Co. Kildare & Mary QUINN wife of Thomas QUINN of Huttonread otherwise Quinsborough sold to Bellingham CHRISTIAN of Huttonread Co. Kildare Gent the Mansion House of Huttonread otherwise Quinborough where Thomas QUIN dwelt & also demesne lands containing abt 30a in possession of Thomas QUINN bounded south east by Great Road  leading from Dublin to town of Naas together with lease from Thomas QUIN to David JACKSON 25 Sept 1749 for term of 40 years from date which said lease was taken in trust for said Mary QUIN. WITNESS: John CHRISTIAN Esq. & Mathew READ Framer both of Huttonread. Bellingham CHRISTIAN [SEAL].

NOTE: There may be a connection to the marriage in 1726 of an Elizabeth JACKSON & John QUINN. Huttonread straddles the border of Co. Dublin and is not far from Co. Wicklow.

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154

152

103167

JACKSON

Dublin

1751 Dec 16

Sarah LITTEN-JACKSON

PLUNKETT & orse-JACKSON

Image 84

BTW Ann PLUNKETT widow & relict of Plunkett PLUNKETT late of Rathbeat Co. Dublin Esq. deceased of 1 pt. Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq of the other pt. Reciting  deed btw William COOPER Esq. Dr. of laws & one of Majesty’s High Court of Chancery in Ireland of 1st pt; Ann PLUNKETT of 2nd; Gorges Edmond HOWARD of City of Dublin Gent & Richard JACKSON of 3rd pt; William COOPER of 4th pt; John LELAND Dr. of Divinity Samuel OWENS of City of Dublin & Thomas LITTON of City of Dublin Esq. executors of will of Ralph LELAND Merchant deceased of 5th pt … piece of ground on North side of Christ Church yard in Co. Dublin together with several houses built & erected thereon now in possession of Samuel HOLBRAND his undertenants … annuity pd to Richard JACKSON … WITNESS: Michael SWIFT of City of Dublin Gent & Christopher DEEY of City of Dublin

NOTE: There are several deeds following - 103168–103170 - that are connected to the GORGES family.

NOTE Samuel JACKSON had property near here on Fishamble until his death in 1706. He had willed it to his nephew Richard JACKSON. 1705 December 4 - Will of Samuel JACKSON  Capt. Richard JACKSON (1673-1730) was the eldest son of William JACKSON and Susan BERESFORD. Gorges Edmond HOWARD (1715-1786) was a grandson of Capt. William JACKSON who died abt 1712 and was of Jackson Hall, Coleraine. Richard JACKSON was his grand-uncle.

 

154

270

103632

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1748 Sep 14

McCULLOCH Jas to BONES1746-1758

James McCULLOGH of Piedmont [Piedmont is situated between Randalstown and Toomebridge, Co Antrim. on the Gloverstown Road near Duneane Presbyterian Church], Co. Antrim & James BONES of Clogher. Farmer SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

154

490

104722

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1752 Aug 25

McCULLOCH Jas & Dorothy Beresford to McCULLOCH 1746-1758

James McCULLOCH Piedmont [Piedmont is situated between Randalstown and Toomebridge, Co Antrim. on the Gloverstown Road near Duneane Presbyterian Church], Barony of Toom, Co. Antrim Esq. of 1st pt & William McCULLOCH of Clonkeen [Clonkeen, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper], Co. Antrim farmer of 2nd pt. & Thomas EGERTON of Drogheda, Co. Louth Esq  & Dorothy Beresford SHAW otherwise McCULLOGH of Antrim, Co. Antrim widow of 3rd pt.Grogan Island otherwise the townland in Ballygrogan SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

154

491

104723

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1750 Aug 24

McCULLOCH Jas & Dorothy Beresford to HENDERSON1746-1758

James McCULLOCH Piedmont [Piedmont is situated between Randalstown and Toomebridge, Co Antrim. on the Gloverstown Road near Duneane Presbyterian Church], Barony of Toom, Co. Antrim Esq. of 1st pt; Rev John HENDERSON of Monerodd [Moneyrod, Parish of Duneane, Barony Toome Upper] Barony Toom, Co Antrim & John McCULLAGH of Antrim, Co. Antrim Gent of 2nd pt; Thomas EDGERTON of Drogheda, Co. Louth Esq & Dorothy Beresford SHAW of Antrim, Co. Antrim widow of the 3rd…. lands of Ballylenulla [Ballylenully, Parish Duneane, Barony Toome Upper] 1 s, Parish of Dunane… lives of James McCULLOCH & William McCULLOCH grandsons of James McCULLOCH late of Grogan, Co. Antrim… lease taken in trust for the Protestant Dissenters of Parish of Dunean, Co. Antrim WITNESS: John HOGG City of Dublin, Gent & William McCULLOCH of Clonkeen, Co. Antrim farmer. & Hugh NEIL of Antrim Writing Clerk. NOTE: James McCULLOCH (1671-1725 late of Grogan [Groggan, Parish of Drummaul, in the Barony of Toome Upper], Co. Antrim. It would seem that the lives of James McCULLOCH (- bef 1781) & William McCULLOCH (abt 1721-1800) are the children of Dorothy Beresford SHAW, wife of William McCULLAGH (1700-1743) of Piedmont SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

154

491

104724

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1752 Aug 25

McCULLOCH Jas & Dorothy Beresford to HENDERSON1746-1758

Much as above – but included life of Thomas TIPPING. SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

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581

107073

McCULLAGH

 

1746-1758

McCULLOCH David & wife to JAY & wife SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

155

9

102883

Booth-GORE

Sligo

1751 Aug 10

SOURCE: Crossley’s Abstracts

Image 25

BTW Blashford HUGHS of Ballymuallanny [Ballymullanny, Parish Aghanagh, Barony Tirerrill] Co. Sligo Esq. trustees in marriage of his sister Rebecca HUGHS to John McDERMOT Gent of 1st pt & said John McDERMOT of 2nd pt & Patrick CRUICE of Pill Lane City of Dublin Linen Draper & Edward SMYTH of City of Dublin Gent of 3rd pt. Reciting … by virtue of a deed from BOOTH-GORE & Mark WHITE Esq. sum of £250 … [no mention of any townlands]

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155

104

103706

COULTER, James & James

Fermanagh

1743 May 11

COULTER, James & COULTER Notes in 2009 diary 1746-1758 Legmacafry,

John COULTER of Legmacafry, Co. Fermanagh, Parish of Drumullery make over to James COULTER for 29 years for £1.10 part of Legmacafry. WITNESS: Thomas KILPATRICK of Newtown, Cutler, Gent & William ARMSTRONG of Legmacafry, Gent & Pat BRADY of City of Dublin, Gent.

 

155

147

103886

McCULLAGH

 

1746-1758

McCULLAGH Jane & Margt to SHIRNIN SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

155

342

104941

JACKSON, James

Kildare

1752 Oct 18

HAMILTON

Image 208

Between Elizabeth COLLEY of Castle Carbery, Co. Kildare, spinster, Arthur POMEROY of Castle Carbery, Esquire and Mary POMEROY otherwise COLLEY his wife and Henry POMEROY a minor represented by the Reverend James JACKSON, his guardian of the one part. … lots of detail – lands of Castle Carbery and townlands all in Co. Kildare [3pp]…NOTE: Was Rev. James JACKSON the rector of the Church of Carbery? I only know of one Rev. James JACKSON (1720-1792), (wife Ann) in the right time frame. He was from Ballyreagan, Dundonald, Co. Down, Presbyterian and was married at Ballybay, Co. Monaghan

 

155

348

104963

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1752 Oct 4

SHEPPY

Image 212

lease made between Reverend John JACKSON of Clonshough in the County of Dublin of the one part and William SHEPPEY of the city of Dublin gent of the other part. Transfer land late in the possession of John WATSON containing 23 ½ acres plantation measure in the parish and Barony of Cooloch, Co Dublin for lives of John JACKSON, Henry GRATTAN, and William BLACKFORD. WITNESS: Jane ALDRICK of the city of Dublin gent [sic], Francis EVANS of said city gent, and Jane JACKSON and Frances JACKSON of Clonshough. SEE: JACKSONs of Santry. NOTE: The Rev John JACKSON, Jane JACKSON and Frances JACKSON were all siblings.

 

155

357

105011

McCULLAGH

Drogheda

Antrim

1752 Oct 15

McCULLOCH Jas & Dorothy Beresford to CHICHESTER1746-1758

Image 216

lease between Thomas EGERTON of the city of Drogheda, County Louth Esquire of the first part: James McCULLOCH of Piedmont [Piedmont is situated between Randalstown and Toomebridge, Co Antrim. on the Gloverstown Road near Duneane Presbyterian Church] in Co Antrim Esquire and Dorothy Beresford McCULLOCH otherwise SHAW of Antrim mother of the said James McCULLOCH of the second part: Reverend Arthur CHICHESTER of Crebilly County Antrim Clke and Daniel O’NEILL of Ballyministra [Ballyminstra, Parish Ahoghill, Barony Toome Upper], Co Antrim of the third part…. Reciting earlier release of deed weherby EDGERTON released to CHICHESTER & Daniel O’NEILL townlands of Ballygrogan [Groggan, Parish of Drummaul, in the Barony of Toome Upper],, Ballydunmall [Ballydunmaul, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper], Ballylenulla [Ballylenully, Parish Duneane, Barony Toome Upper], Moneyroad [Moneyrod , Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper], Ballydonellan [probably Ballydonnelly, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper], Thragh and the half townland of Clonkeen [Clonkeen, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper] with the Corn Mills standing on Derryhullagh [Derryhollagh Parish Duneane, Barony Toome Upper], and BallymateShert [probably Ballymatoskerty (Baile Mhic Thuaisceartaigh), Parish Duneane, Barony Toome Upper]. with all the accustomed grist and Mulcture  with accustomed Dams and Water Courses situate in Barony Toombe, Co. Antrim …  for £2000] for lives of James McCULLOCH, William McCULLOCH and Thomas TIPPING. WITNESS: James LANG of City of Dublin Merchant & Patrick McCORMICK of City of Dublin Gent and Edmond MULHOLLAND.

SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

155

382

105135

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1752, Nov 6

McCULLAGH, Grizzell - McCULLAGH Drumsallagh,

Between Grizel McCULLAGH of Cullinbragh widow & relict & Archibald McCULLAGH late of Cullintragh [Cullentragh, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] Co. Armagh Deceased and one of the executors of the last will and testament of the said Archibald McCULLAGH deceased of the one part & John McCULLAGH of the other part. Whereby the said Grizel McCULLAGH in consideration of 5s paid to her did convey to the said John McCULLAGH .. lands of Drumsallagh [Drumsallan Lower and/or Drumsallan Upper, Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny], Co. Armagh . Witnessed by Hugh McCULLAGH of Killylea [Killylea, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh]  & Robert CLARK of Lisnafiddy [Lisnafeedy, Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny], both in Co. Armagh  & Hugh McCULLAGH  and John SCOTT both of City of Armagh yeoman. SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

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105145

JACKSON, John

Limerick

1749 Jun 28

NEWSON

Image 232

between Sarah LUCAS, widow and relict of Thomas LUCAS late of city of Limerick [Skinner?] Deceased, and executor of his last will; Elizabeth LUCAS, spinster, one of the daughters of the said Thomas LUCAS and John JACKSON of said city, grocer and Rachel JACKSON otherwise LUCAS his wife and the daughters of Thomas LUCAS of the one part. John NEWSON of the city of Cork, linen Draper of the other part. … Stephen CREAGH Sen. Of City of Limerick 2 Apr 1703 demised to Thomas LUCAS Glover …  details of Limerick property … Sarah LUCAS Elizabeth LUCAS John JACKSON and Rachel his wife were entitled to by virtue of will of Thomas LUCAS released to John NEWSON … WITNESS: Michael PINCHIN [MINCHIN?] of City of Limerick Clothier, Samuel FENNELL & John ENERY of Cork Sarah LUCAS [SEAL]

NOTE: John JACKSON of Cargeen Co. Kildare and Sarah LUCAS of Rathdaniel, Co. Carlow. A John JACKSON of Cargeen, Co. Kildare married a Sarah LUCAS, her mother Elizabeth from Rathdaniel, Co. Carlow. NOTE: I need to follow up on later leases of a Luke or Lucas JACKSON of The Strand in Dublin.

 

155

490

105555

OLIVER, George

Waterford

1752 Oct 27

OLIVER, George - KEARNEY 1746-1758 NOTES in 2009 diary 1746-1758

Charles CUNNINGHAM of Waterford, Gent & George OLIVER of same, sylemaker & Benjamin KEARNEY of Blanchville, Co. Kilkenny (long deed-not pertinent)

 

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96

103222

JACKSON, Daniel

Meath

Kings

Sligo

1752 May 11

PERCIVALL

Image 58

lease between Henry DEERING of the city of Dublin Esquire, brother of Edward DEERING late of the city of Dublin Esquire, deceased of the one part; and Robert Percival the younger of Knightsbrooke, County Meath and John FRENCH of French Park in Co Roscommon, Esquire, executors of the last will of Parliament of Dame Mary TUITE deceased of the other part. And the deed made by Henry DEERING and Reverend Daniel JACKSON of Tullamore, [Tullamore, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan], Kings Co, Clerk, executors of the last will of Edward Deering of the first part, Marcus Anthony MORGAN of Castletown [Castletown, Parish Easky, Barony Tireragh]Co Sligo Esquire and Hugh MORGAN, Esquire eldest son and heir of Marcus Anthony MORGAN of the second part. And Robert PERCIVAL and John FRENCH of the third part … For a sum of £200 and a further sum of £300 lands of Collestown otherwise Ballycattle, otherwise Carrowreagh, Co Sligo. NOTE: DEERING aka DERING. The wife of Rev. Daniel JACKSON was Catherine DERING a sister of Edward & Henry DEERING. SEE: JACKSONs of Santry.

NOTE: ·  ·  Carrowreagh (An Cheathrú Riabhach) , Skreen Civil Parish, Barony of Tireragh, Co. Sligo 289 A, 1 R, 16 P

·  Carrowreagh (An Cheathrú Riabhach) , Kilmacallan Civil Parish, Barony of Tirerrill, Co. Sligo 259 A, 2 R, 28 P

·  Carrowreagh (An Cheathrú Riabhach) , Kilmacteige Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 1298 A, 3 R, 38 P

·  Carrowreagh (An Cheathrú Riabhach) , Toomour Civil Parish, Barony of Corran, Co. Sligo 386 A, 2 R, 10 P

·  Carrowreagh (An Cheathrú Riabhach) , Cloonoghil Civil Parish, Barony of Corran, Co. Sligo 182 A, 2 R, 21 P

·  Carrowreagh (Cooper) (An Cheathrú Riabhach (Coopar)) , Achonry Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 953 A, 3 R, 10 P

·  Carrowreagh (Knox) (An Cheathrú Riabhach (Knox)) , Achonry Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 622 A, 3 R, 14 P

 

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185

104182

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1752 Jun 19

Image 101

lease between Richard JACKSON of the city of Dublin Esquire of the one part: and Gorges Edmond HOWARD of the city of Dublin gent of the other part… reciting deed 17 Dec 1751 £350 paid by Gorges Edmond HOWARD in pursuance of articles of agreement 1 Feb 1752 btw said Richard JACKSON of 1 pt & said Edmond HOWARD of the other . Richard JACKSON granted to Gorges Edmond HOWARD Parcel of land on the Westside of Fishamble Street in the city of Dublin containing in front to east to said Street 23’5” and running backwards to the westwards to the rere of Rose Alley tenement bounded on the north to land belonging to Henry SEGRAVE Esq & on the south to land belonging to John BAGGOT Esq, together with  three houses now built thereon and called Virginia Court subject to interest of Nicholas TYRELL of City of Dublin Baker … conveyed to said Richard JACKSON  by said deed … WITNESS: William JACKSON and Joseph WOODY

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine. NOTE Samuel JACKSON had property on Fishamble until his death in 1706. He had willed it to his nephew Richard JACKSON. 1705 December 4 - Will of Samuel  JACKSON Capt. Richard JACKSON (1673-1730) was the eldest son of William JACKSON and Susan BERESFORD. Gorges Edmond HOWARD (1715-1786) was a grandson of Capt. William JACKSON who died abt 1712 and was of JACKSON Hall, Coleraine. Richard JACKSON was his grand-uncle.

 

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185

104955

HOWARD

Dublin

1752 Jun 5

HOWARD NOTE: There is a 2nd pg 185. On this page is Memorial 104955

Image 154

BTW Hamilton GORGE of Rathboal Co. Dublin Esq of 1 pt & Thomas CROOKES of Creesinstown Co. Meath Gent of other pt. WITNESS: Edmond Gorges HOWARD of City of Dublin Esq & Chapman HUDDLESTON of City of Dublin Gent & Francis BURTON of City of Dublin Gent. . … lands in Co Meath. WITNESS Gorges Edmond HOWARD. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

NOTE: No mention of JACKSON

 

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186

104183

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1752 Jun 19

HOWARD

Image 101

[see above] lease between Richard JACKSON of the city of Dublin Esquire of the one part: and Gorges Edmond HOWARD of the city of Dublin gent of the other part … Ground lying on the North side of Christ church yard, Co Dublin together with three houses built thereon and now in possession of the Reverend Samuel HOLT. WITNESS: William JACKSON and Joseph WHADDY SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

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257

105496

McCULLAGH

Armagh

Antrim

1752 Oct 17

McCULLOCH Jas to SHAW 1746-1758

Image 190

between James McCULLOCH of the Barony of Fews Co Armagh Esq. of the first part and Dorothy Beresford otherwise McCULLOCH of Antrim in the County of Antrim, widow of the other part reciting the James McCULLOCH demised to Dorothy Beresford Shaw otherwise McCULLOCH all that part of the townland of Racklam [possibly – based on proximity to other townlands mentioned - Rathkeelan, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Townland of Krewkeyror [possibly Creevekeeran Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], lands of Lissary, otherise Lissawry [either Lissaraw Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper or Lissaraw, Parish Killevy (Upper Orior portion), Barony Orior Upper], Cornocary [probably Carnally, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Carrickonony [Carrickamone, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Mongoleagh [Monaguillagh, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Glasdrumenagh [Glasdrummond, Parish Kilclooney (Lower Fews portion), Barony of Fews Lower], Camlagh [Camly (Macullagh), Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper.] and lands of Tullyvallen [probably Tullyvallan (Macullagh), Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper] …. in Barony of Fews, County Armagh. WITNESS: John McCULLOCK of Antrim… SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

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106502

BREAKY

Monaghan

1753 Feb 1

VERNER-BREAKY (TI Bk 45)

x

156

440

106620

 

Meath

 

DOYNE-VIPOND Creekstown,

 

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498

107105

JACKSON, James

Wicklow

1746 May 22

Image 307

BTW Rev Richard BALDWIN Doctor in Divinity and Provost of Trinity College near Dublin of 1 pt & James JACKSON of Spinans Co. Wicklow farmer of the other pt. BALDWIN demised to JACKSON part of the town and lands of Spinans late in occupation of Thomas SHIRLOCK containing 11a 3 r in Barony of Talbotstown Co. Wicklow except of Mines Minerals and Royalties during lives of said James JACKSON, June JACKSON wife of said James JACKSON and Hannah JACKSON daughter of said James and Jane JACKSON … WITNESS: Richard ROBBINS of City of Dublin Gent and Nicholas CARTEN of City of Dublin Gent

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

 

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30

103704

JACKSON, Daniel

Dublin

Kings

1752 Jun 3

HALES

Image 350

between the Reverend Daniel JACKSON of Tullamore, Kings Co and Thomas HALES of the city of Dublin, Hatter of the other part. To tenements one on the North side of Backlane and the other high-street commonly known by the name of the Holy Lamb. NOTE: Rev. Daniel JACKSON (1687-1772) of Tullamore & Abby Street Dublin. SEE: JACKSONs of Santry. and[Tullamore, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan],  JACKSONs of Derbyshire, Berkshire, America & Dublin

 

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129

180721

JACKSON, Richard

 

 

HOPE Note: The memorial number is incorrect. The deeds on page 129 were 104186 and 104187 See Image 220 for Mem #180721 – I saw no mention of HOPE or JACKSON in it. There was nothing under HOPE in names Index 1730-1768.

 

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136

104222

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1752 Jul 20

ROBINSON

Image 404

between William JACKSON of the city of Dublin gent, of the one part and George ROBINSON of Tripoli in the County and city of Dublin tape Weaver. Demised to George ROBINSON the dwelling house where in Jos, of BROWN, Clothier, deceased, lately lived.  [description] for lives of Samuel WATSON, son of John WATSON of Co Carlow, gent, the said William JACKSON of Dame Street, city of Dublin gent, and George ROBINSON the younger son of the said George ROBINSON … Executed in the presence of George ROBINSON the younger and Sarah JACKSON spinster. SEE: JACKSONs of Pimlicoe

 

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172

184344

HALL

Armagh

1752 Jul 21

Image 422

HALL-The incorporated Society for Protestant Schools Liscalgot

Deeds of Lease and release bearing date respectively the 20th and 21st days of July 1752 by which release Francis HALL of Strangeford, Co. Down, Esq. did demise and grant unto the Incorporated Society in Dublin for promoting Protestant Schools in Ireland all that part of the lands of Lisacalgeth [Liscalgat, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] then in possession  of the said Incorporated Society containing 29a Parish of Creggan, Barony Fews Co. Armagh for natural lives [of royalty] for yearly rent of £3.12.6. WITNESS: James KENNEDY of Downpatrick, Doctor of Physic & Hugh THOMILTY of the said town of Strangford, Merchant

 

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104589

JACKSON, James Rev

Kildare

1752 Aug 26

Image 456

Rev. James JACKSON Clerk Castlecarbery Kildare trustee - deed of assignment. 4 houses in College Green 70ft frontage, great house in Anglesey St backing it; Esther KINGSBURY P1 assigned to Edward CROKER jr P2 with consent of Thomas KINGSBURY P3 as payment of £1,300 under will of Thomas KINGSBURY of Dublin to Mary CROKER ors KINGSBURY, wife of Edward CROKER & daughter of Thomas KINGSBURY her personal fortune; earlier MS of Edward CROKER & Mary KINGSBURY nickred

 

157

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104820

JACKSON, Erasmus

 

 

BENN

17

157

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105748

JACKSON, John

Limerick

Cork

1752 Oct 30

NEWSON

Image 523

between John JACKSON of the city of Limerick, grocer and Rachel JACKSON otherwise LUCAS his wife one of the daughters of Thomas LUCAS of the city of Limerick, Skinner, deceased of the one part. John NEWSOM of the city of Cork merchant of the other part. House on the Eastside of high Street in the Irish town of the city of Limerick, Parish St. John ….

NOTE: John JACKSON of Cargeen Co. Kildare and Sarah LUCAS of Rathdaniel, Co. Carlow. A John JACKSON of Cargeen, Co. Kildare married a Sarah LUCAS, her mother Elizabeth from Rathdaniel, Co. Carlow. NOTE: I need to follow up on later leases of a Luke or Lucas JACKSON of The Strand in Dublin.

SEE also: #105151

 

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105151

JACKSON, John

Limerick

Cork

1752 Oct 27

MARTIN

Image 525

between John JACKSON of the city of Limerick, merchant of the first part and Henry MARTIN of the city of Cork Chandler of the other part … land in Irish town…..

SEE also: #105748

 

157

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105237

JACKSON, John

Limerick

Cork

1752 Aug 17

LUCAS

Image 540

between John JACKSON of the city of Limerick, merchant and John DAVIS of said city merchant of the first part; John LUCAS of said city, Skinner of the second part…

NOTE: John JACKSON of Cargeen Co. Kildare and Sarah LUCAS of Rathdaniel, Co. Carlow. A John JACKSON of Cargeen, Co. Kildare married a Sarah LUCAS, her mother Elizabeth from Rathdaniel, Co. Carlow. NOTE: I need to follow up on later leases of a Luke or Lucas JACKSON of The Strand in Dublin.

SEE also: #105151 & 105748

 

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105608

JACKSON

Londonderry

1752 Nov 23

WARD-JACKSON

Image 587

NOTE: There are 3 Richard JACKSONs mentioned in this memorial.

Deed btw Hon Michael WARD Esq one of the trustees of his Majesties Court of Common Pleas in Ireland and Hugh BOYDE of Ballycastle [ED: Ballycastle, Ballycastle the town is in Town Parks, Parish Ramoan, Barony Cary] Co Antrim Esq. Surviving executors of Richard JACKSON late of the City of Dublin Esq. deceased [1673-1730]. Of the 1st pt; Richard JACKSON of the City of Dublin Esq [1722-1787] only surviving son of the said Richard JACKSON deceased of the 2nd pt; Richard JACKSON of Coleraine Esq [1729-1789] husb of Anne O’NEIL] only son and heir and devisee of William JACKSON Esq. late of Coleraine [prob 1695-1744] deceased of the 3rd pt. All that and those the Mannor of Clothworkers London, with the appurtenances in the County of Londonderry also Coleraine… All that capitall Messuage or Tenement commonly called the Mannor or Mantion House [aka Mansion House or Jackson Hall in Townland Waterside , Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine] lately erected with all the appurtenances lately in occupation of William JACKSON Esq. And also .. Balliboes ,,, Custan Foodre [??] being one ballyboe of Land, Kelenenan [??] being one ballyboe of Land, Mahereboybegg [possibly Magherabeg, Drummullan Townland, [??] being one ballyboe of Land, Mahereboymore [??] Ballymoremore being one ballyboe of Land [not likely but possibly Ballymore], as well as tenements & dwellings on a certain street called Bridge Street built upon part or parcel of the lands before mentioned [Townlands of Waterside on west side of river or Coleraine on east side of river] together with the yards, Backsides, Gardens.. Dromdarse [??], in Barony Coleraine, Co. Londonderry and lands towns, villages Hamlets, Places Balliboes, Parcels of land … Ballinterebegg [North Ballinteer, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine]…Macosquin in Barony Coleraine, Co. Londonderry, … Lower Balledonnelemore [??], Balledonelbegg [long shot - possibly Ballydonnell, Parish of Ballinderry, in the Barony of Loughinsholin], Gorton Cavanmore, Gortoncavanbeg [possibly Gortycavan , Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] the north being one balliboe of land Foymallon [possibly Formullen, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine], Ballebond [??],, Knockcrahere [possibly Knocknogher, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Rallenolbuck [??],, Ballenollrichbeg, [??],, … Lacklum [??], in Barony of Coleraine … Ballewoolen [Ballywoolen, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Ardena [Ardina, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Ardacleve [Articlave Lower, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine],  Ballemoney [probably Ballymoney, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] , Carneta [probably Carneety, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine],  Rooge [Booge?] [??], [Evina?] [possibly Exorna, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] , … inner part of Donossore in Barony Coleraine… Farmoile [Formoyle, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine], & Ballavore [??], Bratwell [Bratwell. Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine], Lennongarron [??], Knockduffe [??], als Donossere [??], Knockmoile [??], als Knockmutt [??], … Ahaheramore [??], Aharherabeg [??], Kilnavita [possibly Killyveety, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Balleboulbegg [possibly Burren Beg (Boireann Bheag), Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Ardadelin [possibly Ardina (Ard-an-ath), Parish Dunboe, Barony ColeraineLonghoge [possibly Liffock (Leabhog), Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine]  Ballyhackett Clonconey [??],, Ballyhacket Lyssawollen [Ballyhacket Lisawilling, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], als Ballihackett Macgilligan [Ballyhacket Magilligan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Ballinhacket Dongande [??], als Ballihackett Glassentarney [??], [NOTE: There is also Ballyhacket Glenahorry] the one half of Ballihackett Toberclare [Ballyhacket Toberclaw, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] in Territory Nallibethot or portion of land known as Ballymackhugh in the Barony Coleraine, … Dromnaquill [Drumaquill, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine] in territory of Matosquin [Parish Macosquin?], Ardacleve the Lower [Articlave Lower, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] in Territory of the Inner part of Donossere aforesaid, Allabroan in Territory of Ballemackhugh [could this be in Co. Cavan?], Ballemaddegan [Ballymadigan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] … lands within the proportion of the Clothworkers Number five according to their lot or division … and all other premises demised by said Clothworkers Company to Richard JACKSON in recited Lease … transferred to Richard JACKSON son of William JACKSON his executors, administrators and assigns … term of 51 years granted by indenture 13 October 1729 made by the Master Wardens and Commonality of Freemen of the Art or Mistery of Cloathworkers of the City of London unto Richard JACKSON WITNESS: Redmond MORRES of Castleward, Co. Down servant to Michael WARD and William KELLER of City of Dublin servant to above named Richard JACKSON of Coleraine and as to the execution thereof by the above named Hugh BOYD is witnessed by Wm KELLER & John MAGERLY of Ballycastle [ED: Ballycastle, Ballycastle the town is in Town Parks, Parish Ramoan, Barony Cary] Co. Antrim Gent. Richard JACKSON’s signature witnessed by Wm KELLER & Thomas WOOLSEY of Dundalk, Co. Louth. Also James HONEDGE of City of Dublin Gent. Sworn 23 Nov 1752. James SAUNDERS Deputy Registrar.

NOTE William JACKSON and Frances EYRE also had a daughter named Mary Barton JACKSON (born aft 1729).

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

NOTE: 1656 Census: In the parish of Macosquin, Co. Londonderry: Cornelius WALL of Macosquin, Edward CANNING of Macosquin; Francis HOWARD of Creghan; John ROWLEY of Castleroe [likely the son of Sir Edward ROWLEY of Castleroe who was killed in battle in 1641]; James JACKSON of Ballinteerbeg. SOURCE: Coleraine in by-gone Centuries. Rev. T.H. Mullin D.D. Belfast 1976, p101.

16d

157

536

105806

DAWSON, Richard & Thomas

Fermagah

1752 Dec 5

No mention of Elinor DAWSON who married Andrew OLIVER.

16d

157

551

106278

JACKSON, Dorcas

Sligo

1749 May 6

McDONAGH

Image 619

between Dorcas JACKSON of Sligo County Sligo widow of the one part and Luke McDONAGH of Ardfallagh in the County Sligo, farmer of the other part. Lease of land of Ardfallagh [Ardsallagh, Parish Toomour,] in the Barony of Corran, County Sligo … WITNESS Margaret SIMPSON, spinster of County Sligo and Frances BILE of Sligo..

 

157

551

106279

JACKSON, Dorcas

Sligo

1752 Nov 16

TOURY I had pg 537

Image 619

between Dorcas JACKSON of Sligo County Sligo widow of the one part and Michael TONRY of Emlyfadd [Emlaghfad, Parish Emlaghfad, Barony Corran] of the other…. Lands of Carrow [probably Carraroe (An Cheathrú Rua) (aka Carrowroe), Parish St. John's. Barony Carbury] and Lonnany [??], Barony of Corran, Co. Sligo.

 

157

577

107575

BARTLEY

 

1746-1758

Alice & Mary BARTLY to DOUGLASS ROBERTSON

 

158

39

104622

JACKSON, Daniel

Dublin

1752 Jul 30

ANNSLEY

Image 29

between Mary SHERIGLEY the city of Dublin under the age of 21 that is to say of the age 18 ½ and of the said Sarah SHERIGLEY of the city of Dublin, widow, mother and Guardian of the said Mary SHERIGLEY of the first part; Samuel BEVER Esquire captain in the Regiment of foot, commanded by the honourable Colonel Thomas MURRAY of the second part; Lewis ORMSBY of [?] Roscommon and the Reverend John  JACKSON of [?] , Co Dublin of the third part and Reverend Daniel JACKSON of Tullamore [Tullamore, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan], Kings Co and Edward KING Esquire Lieutenant in the Regiment of horse, commanded by Major General DeGRANQUES of the fourth part. Re marriage of Samuel BEVER & Mary SHERIGLEY

SEE: Betham Abstracts. SHERIGLY SHRIGLEY etc & BEVER BEAVER etc.

NOTE: It is likely that Sarah SHRIGLEY was born Sarah LEEDS, dau of Michael LEEDS & Anne CASTLETON. Anne CASTLETON married 2ndly Rev John JACKSON (1688-1751) whose brother was Rev. Daniel JACKSON (1687-1772). Edward BEAVER was likely a son of Samuel BEAVER & Mary SHRIGLEY, daughter of Sarah LEEDS.

 

158

87

105010

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1752 Oct 26

McCULLOCH Jas to CHICHESTER 1746-1758

James McCULLOCH of Piedmount [aka Piedmont - It is situated between Randalstown and Toomebridge, Co Antrim. on the Gloverstown Road near Duneane Presbyterian Church], Co Antrim Esq of 1 pt & Arthur Chichester of Cribilly [Crebilly, Parish of Ballyclug, in the Barony of Antrim Lower],  ins sd Co. clk  & Daniel O’NEILL of Ballymanistrain [possibly Ballynastraid, Parish Ballintoy, Barony Cary] in sd Co…. townlands of Attone SEE: McCULLAGH connections

16e

158

216

105582

JACKSON

Londonderry

1752 Nov 23

JACKSON-FLETCHER

Image 116

Philip FLETCHER of Lisburn Esq of 1 pt & Richard JACKSON of Coleraine Esq of other pt for 500 pounds  pd by Richard JACKSON … granted to JACKSON tenement commonly called Manor or Mansion House [aka Jackson Hall in Townland Waterside, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine] and all the lands in Manor of Clothworkers, Parish of Dunboe, Londonderry & also to gardens  commonly called the Higher and Lower  Dardrees [probably Dartress, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] the higher being accounted for two ballyboes of land and  the Lower for two ballyboes of land… Barony of Colerain, Co Londonderry.….  WITNESS: John McALLISTER of Coleraine Gent & William KILLER, City of Dublin servant to above named Richard JACKSON. Philip FLETCHER [SEAL]

16e

158

217

105583

JACKSON

Londonderry

1752 Nov 23

McCAUSLAND-JACKSON 1739-1810

Image 117

Marcus McCAUSLAND of Daisiehill [Daisy Hill is in Newtownlimavady, Parish Drumachose, Barony Keenaght],, Co Londonderry Esq administrator of all and singular the goods and chattles rights and credits of Hercules HEYLAND of Castleroe [Castleroe, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine],, Co Londonderry Esq. of one pt & Richard JACKSON of Coleraine Esq. of other pt…. Recites articles of agreement btw William JACKSON therein named by the name of William JACKSON of Colerain Esq & Henry CARY named as Henry CARY of Dungwen [Dungiven Castle, Dungiven, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] Co. Londonderry of 1st pt & Hercules HEYLAND of Castleroe Co. Londonderry Esq of 2nd pt. & Marcus Lord Viscount Tyrone of 3rd pt dated 13 April 1741 reciting in said deed William JACKSON & Henry CARY for themselves agreed with Hercules HEYLAND upon payment of £3,750 paid to William JACKSON & Henry CARY to be applied I part discharge of sum of 10,669 2s 6d in the said deed of which this a memorial and William JACKSON & Henry CARY would convey to Hercules HEYLAND townlands of Ballantiremore [??], Ballintirebeg [??], Ballydunallismore [??], Gorticavan [Gortycavan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] Ballyweldrickmore, & Ballyweldrickbeg [Ballywildrick Lower, & Ballywildrick Upper, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] Ballygarrow [??], Foymullan [probably Formullen, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine], four Ballyhacketts -all in Parish Dunboe, Barony ColeraineBallyhacket Glenahorry, Ballyhacket Lisawilling,

Ballyhacket Magilligan, Ballyhacket Toberclaw & Ballystroan [Ballystrone, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine] all in Manor of Clothworkers Co. Londonderry  for remainder of term of 51 years … and reciting Richard JACKSON & Hercules HEYLAND agreement 12 Feb 1749 Marcus McCAUSLAND in consideration of £3,200 paid by Richard JACKSON  for lands of Ballinteremore, Ballantirebagg, Balydunallismore, Gorticavans, Ballywoldrickmore Ballyweldrickbeg Ballygarrow, Foymullen Four Ballyhacketts and Ballystroan  … WITNESS: John McALLISTER of Colerain & William KILLER of Dublin servant to above. Marcus McCAUSLAND [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine. Prob Richard JACKSON (1726-1789)

16e

158

240

105664

BROWNE

Cork

1746-1748

CLEMENTS, Thomas-BROWNE

 

158

240

196505

 

 

 

KANE not pertinent. NOTES in 2009 diary

 

158

241

101587

JACKSON,

Kings

1751 Apr 11

SMITH-JACKSON

Image 130

BTW Gilbert SMITH of Brusna [aka Brosna , Parish Kilmurryely, Barony Clonlisk], Kings Co. Wool Comber & Thomas SMITH of Shinroe [aka Shinrone , Parish Shinrone, Barony Clonlisk] Kings Co Gent the eldest son & heir of Gilbert SMITH late of Shinroe deceased of 1st pt; Joseph ASHTON of Brusna Kings Co. Wool Comber of 2nd pt & Robert JACKSON of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt] Kings Co. Gent of 3rd pt. Whereby Gilbert SMITH, Thomas SMITH and Joseph ASHTON in consideration of £30 … granted to Robert JACKSON the House & Plott in Brusna [aka Brosna , Parish Kilmurryely, Barony Clonlisk] called Phillip [COONANS] House & lott of 16’ Streetward at the south end of said house and backwards the depth of Mr. ALDERS & yard together with the said Park thereunto adjoining together with 2a adjoining Mr. PALMERs Bounds and the high road then set out the whole being 5a in Barony Clonlisk Kings Co.& for adding the lives of Bartholemew HUTCHINSON, William HUTCHINSON & John HUTCHINSON. WITNESS: James PALMER of Ballykilleen [?] Kings Co. & Daniel ASHTON of Leap [Leap, Parish Aghancon Barony Ballybritt], Kings Co. Wool Comber

 

158

278

80785

JACKSON, WIlliam

Londonderry

1752 Nov 23

CARRY & Others to HEYLAND

Image 421

BTW William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry Esq. and Henry CARRY [aka CARY] 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

NOTE: Wiki Tree: Hercules HEYLAND (abt 1693-1750, husband of Mary GALT.

 

158

377

106091

JACKSON, Zachary

Limerick

1742 Nov 14

McMAHON

Image 201

Btw Zachary JACKSON of Moneclinoe, Liberties of Limerick, Gent & Bryan McMAHON of the City of Limerick Gent… lease lands of Moneclinoe

 

158

406

106504

BROWN

Dublin

1750 Sept 7

VERNER-BROWN NOTES in 2009 diary

Thomas VERNER, City of Dublin, Gent & Joseph BROWNE of Moninton, Co. Monaghan Farmer of other part ... 13 acres 3R 10P part of town & land of Moninton. ... life and lives of David BROWN son of John BROWN of Ardymone, Co. Cavan aged about 16 & John FRANCIS son of Henry FRANCIS age 20 or thereabouts & Michael ROGERS son of John ROGERS age about 7 years. Signed Joseph BROWN [his mark].

 

158

407

106505

BREAKY

Monaghan

1750 Sep 17

VERNER-BREAKY NOTES in 2009 diary (TI Bk 45) Corduffles [Various],

Between Thomas VERNER ... James BREACHY of Corduffles, Co. Monaghan of the other ... 37 acres 2 roods 4 perches now in his actual possession ... surveyed John BELL part of townland of Corduffles except parts from 1 May 1750 for lives of James BREACKY the younger, David BREAKY & Samuel BREAKY all sons of James BREAKY the lessee.

Per author Ken Breakey’s notations: James Breakey, farmer, Corduffles.  James the younger, David, Sam – sons of James.

 

158

407

106506

BREAKEY

Monaghan

1750s

VERNER-BREAKEY, John Corryhagen,

A memorial of indenture lease bearing the date of 7 September 1750 between Thomas Verner of the city of Dublin Gentleman of one part and Joseph Breachy of Corryhagen in the county of Monaghan, farmer of the other part whereby Verner demises to Breachy  “all that and those ten acres two roods sixteen perches now in his actual possession …for and during the natural life and lives of John Leeky, son to John Leeky, aged twelve years or thereabouts, Hugh Foreman, son to Robert Foreman, aged two years or thereabouts, and William Breachy, son to  Joseph Breachy, aged ten years or thereabouts…at the yearly rent aforesaid.”  Witnessed by James Willson of Ballybay, Gent and John Mullan of Corryhagan, farmer.  Joseph Brekey

Deed registered 9 July 1753

x

158

408

106507

BREAKEY

Monaghan

 

VERNER-BREAKEY

x

158

408

106508

BREAKEY

Monaghan

7 Sep 1750

(Reg. 9 Jul 1753)

VERNER-BREAKEY, William Lisgillan,

To the Register appointed for registering of all deeds, wills Conveyances and so forth. A memorial of an indenture of lease bearing date the seventh day of September one thousand and seven hundred and fifty made Between Thomas Verner of the city of Dublin Gent of the one part, and William Breachy of Lisgallinan in the County of Monaghan of the other part, Whereby the said Thomas Verner both demise and sett unto the said William Breachy All that and those twenty eight acres three roods and ten perches now in his actual pofsefsion/ be the same more or lefs/ as the same was lately limited and surveyed by John Bell land Surveyor being part and parcell of the town and lands of Lisgillan, situate in the County of Monaghan aforesaid / excepting as therein is excepted/ To hold sd demised prem’es with the appurtenances/ except as  therein is before excepted/ unto the said Andrew McKeage his heirs exec’ors  admn’ors and afsigns from the first day of May then last past for and during the natural live and lives of William Lee, son of William Lee late of Curraghastee in the County of Monaghan dec’ed,  aged eighteen years or thereabouts, John McKeage, son to Andrew McKeage aged fourteen years or thereabouts, and William Breachy son to William Breachy aged thirteen years or thereabouts ~ and their survivors and survivor of them  at the yearly rent fees and duties therein mentions, which said indenture of lease is witnessed by Charles Akie of Lisnalong Gent and John Mullan of Corryhagan, farmer, both of the County of Monaghan aforesaid, and this memorial is witnefsed by the said Charles AKIE and John Mullan. Signature:  William Breakey Signed and sealed in presence of Charles Akie  John Mullen

The above named Charles Akie maketh oath before [faded word] that he saw the above named Thomas Verner and William Breachy duly execute the above indenture of lease/ whereof the above writing is a memorial/ and also saw the said William Breachy duly sign and seal the above memorial and saith that this depon’t is a subscribing Witness to the sd indenture for lease and memorial and that the name Charles Akie thereto respectively sins as a Witness is his the deponents proper handwriting. Charles Akie  Sworn before us in open court at  … of the peace held at Monaghan in the County of Monaghan this 9th day of July 1753. [Signature illegible]  Alex Montgomery

X

158

409

106510

BREAKEY

Monaghan

7 Sep 1750

(Reg. 9 Jul 1753)

VERNER-BREAKEY, John   Cordevlis

Corduffles,

A memorial of an indenture of lease bearing date 7 September 1750 between Thomas Verner of the city of Dublin Gent of the one part, and John Breachy of Corduffles in the County of Monaghan, weaver, of the other part whereby Verner demises to Breachy "all that and those eighteen acres, two roods and twenty two perches now in his actual pofsefsion…for and during the natural life and lives of William Breachy, son of the said John Breachy, aged about eleven years, Charles McGill, son of Andrew McGill aged about eight years and of Robert Akin of Corduffles aforesaid farmer…at the yearly rent fees and duties therein mentioned…"  Witnessed by Charles Akin and John Mullen. Signature: John 'X his mark' Breachy

Deed registered 9 July 1753

x

158

489

105611

JACKSON

Londonderry

 

1739-1810 NOTE: I had in Bk 15 Must be wrong book number. Try 158

Memorial #105611 is at Image 133. There is no mention of JACKSON, and it relates to Dublin.

17

158

557

107254

DAWSON

 

1746-1758

DAWSON, Richard – CHARLTON

 

159

31

105909

JACKSON

Coleraine

1752 Dec 12

JACKSON-HART Articlave Lower, Artcleave, Parish Dunboe, B. Coleraine

Lease btw Richard JACKSON of Coleraine Esq of 1st pt;  John McALISTER of Coleraine Gent of 2nd pt;  & Henry HART of City of Dublin Esq of 3rd pt.  land released to Henry HART – in his actual possession -  Ballymadegan Drumnagil Donballyrne Ringgrafsbeg Ringgrafsmore  Artaclave and the Upper and Lower Altabreen all in Co Londonderry WITNESS: John BOWDEN of City of Dublin Esq & William KEELER servant to sd Richard JACKSON.

NOTE: Co. Londonderry Townland Links:

Ballimadigan,aka Ballymadigan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine,

Drumnequile aka Drumaquill, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine,

Donbally-Carn I don’t know where this is. [Possibly Drumballyhagan Clark, Parish Kilcronaghan, Barony Loughinsholin], Ringrashbeg aka Ringrash Beg, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine.

Ringrashmore aka Ringrash More, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine,

Articlave Lower (most likely) or Articlave Upper, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine.

Upper and Lower Altabreen aka Altibrian, Parish Dunboe, Barnony Coleraine. NOTE: Could not find.

NOTE: Richard JACKSON (aft 1729-1789) of Coleraine, son of William JACKSON & Frances EYRE.

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine. Prob Richard JACKSON (1726-1789)

16d

159

100

106130

GORGES, Dorothea

Meath

1752 Dec 19

Image 385

BTW John GRAHAM of Platten Co, Meath Esq & Thomas TAYLOR of Kells Co. Meath Bart, Francis LEIGH of Town of Drogheda Esq. & Nathaniel CLEMENTS of City of Dublin Esq. guardians appointed to said John GRAHAM during his minority by the last will of Rt. Hon William GRAHAM  late of Platten Esq. deceased the father of the said John GRAHAM of the other part & the said indenture being 4 parts made btw John GRAHAM and Dorothea Sophia GRAHAM other wise GORGES his wife daughter of Richard GORGES of Killbarn Co. Meath Esq of 1st pt; Hamilton GORGES of Catherine’s Grove Co. Dublin Esq. & Gorges LOUTHER of Killruse Co. Meath Esq. of 2nd pt the said Thomas TAYLOR, Francis LEIGH & Nathaniel CLEMENTS of 3rd pt & Richard GORGES of 4th pt. … several townlands in Co. Meath

18

159

133

106276

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1753 Jan 10

McCULLOCH David & wife to McCULLOCH

David McCULLOCH and Jane McCULLOUGH otherwise YOUNG his wife of town of Antrim & James McCULLOCH of Camoly [probably Camly (Macullagh), Parish of Newtownhamilton, in the Barony of Fews Upper] Co Armagh… in consid of marriage – lands of Ballynickle [Ballynichol, Parish Comber (Castlereagh Lower portion), Barony Castlereagh Lower or Ballyknick, Parish Grange (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West]. SEE: McCULLAGH connections. SEE: McCULLAGH connections

16d

159

359

107277

JACKSON, John

Wicklow

Carlow

1752 May 4

KELLY

Image 516

whereby John JACKSON of Kilmurry, Co. Wicklow farmer demised to Edmund KELLY and Daniel KELLY, both of Williamstown, Co Carlow all that part of Williamstown then in their possession 31 years held for lives in said JACKSONS lease. WITNESSES: James KELLY of English town, Co. Wicklow, farmer and John REYNOLDS of Rathvilly, Co Carlow.

 

159

366

107326

JACKSON, John

Waterford

1753 Feb 18

KEILY between John JACKSON of Glanbegg, Co Waterford Esquire of the first part and John KIELY of Lismore, Co Waterford of the other part…

 

159

521

108441

BALL,

Kilkenny

Armagh

1752 Apr 12

Image 597

BTW John BALL of Three Castles in Co. Kilkenny sq. in consideration of two leases made by said John BALL to John JOHNSTON of Rocksborough [Dorsy (Cavan OHanlon) (Doirse Cabhain Uí Anluain or Rosks-brug) (aka Roxborough) Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper], Co. Armagh lands of Darsylesdrumgranny [??], Darsymullaghglass [Dorsy (Mullaghglass), Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper] & the strip of Carnally [Carnally, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper],  & all of Tullynemullogh, [Tullynamalloge, Parish Keady, Barony Armagh] in Barony of Fews Co. Armagh [description of gardens, mills etc] .. WITNESS: Richard BENSON & John KELLY.

 

160

81

1064

REED

Monaghan

Armagh

1739-1810

REED-FORD Lettmicollin

 

160

204

106996

BROWNE

Roscommon

Leitrim

1753 Jan 20

CLELAND, Archibald-BROWNE 1746-1748

Image 109

Dorothy BROWNE of City of Bath Co. Somerset wife of John BROWNE now or late of Parish St. George Hanover Square Co. Middlesex ENgland

 

160

222

107106

JACKSON, James

Wicklow

1746 May 2

Image 188

BTW Rev. Richard BALDWIN Doctor in Divinity and Provost of Trinity College of 1 pt & James JACKSON of Spinans Co. Wicklow, farmer of the other pt. BALDWIN demised pt of Eadestown now in possession of James JACKSON cont. 154a 1r in Barony Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow for lives of James JACKSON Jane JACKSON his wife & their daughter Hanna JACKSON and survivors.

SEE: Jacksons of Spinians and Baltinglass

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

 

160

236

107199

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1752 Oct 5

SHEPPEY

BTW John JACKSON of Clonshough Co. Dublin Clk for considerations to William SHIPPEY of City of Dublin Gent an equal liberty with him his heirs and assigns to make use of with horses carriages & servants all the new road leading from John PENTONYs Cabbin on the lands of Clonshough in the Lands of [Shrubs? Shricubs?] now held by William SHIPPY in Barony Coolock Co, Dublin …. WITNESS: Jane ALDRICK City of Dublin Widow & Francis EVANS of City of Dublin Gent Memorial WITNESS Hugh NEAL of City of Dublin Writing Clerk John JACKSON [SEAL]

 

160

238

107219

JACKSON, Daniel Rev.

Westmeath

Dublin

1753 Mar 12

Rev. Henry CARY

Image 126

 

 

160

242

107223

SALE

Kildare

KIngs

1753 Mar 16

Thomas SALE & Samuel SALE of Coolcor, Co. Kildare & Elenor ROTHERAM née SALE of Graige, Kings Co.

 

160

263

107357

OLIVER, Elizabeth & John

 

1746-1758

OLIVER, Elizabeth - DEANE 1746-1758

OLIVER, John - DEANE 1746-1758

 

160

293

107530

JACKSON, Daniel

Kings

1753 Apr 11

WADE

Image 153

BTW Rev. Daniel JACKSON of Tullymore Kings Co. Clerke of 1 pt & William WADE of City of Dublin Gent of other part … 64a 3r 17p lands of Darnel [?] in Parish & Barony Coolock Co. Dublin for lives of said William WADE & George WADE eldest son of said William WADE & William BEASLEY eldest son of Robert BEASLEY of Chambre Street City of Dublin Cloathier … WITNESS: Francis EVANS of City of Dublin Gent & Hugh NEIL of City of Dublin writing Clerk Daniel JACKSON [SEAL]

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

 

160

319

107669

JACKSON, Nathaniel & Richard

Queens

1753 Feb 16

JACKSON

Image 166

BTW Nathaniel JACKSON the elder of Mountmellick Queens Co. & Richard JACKSON his eldest son and heir of 1 pt & Nathaniel JACKSON the younger of Mountmellick of the other part. Farm and lands of Clonahan late in possession of Thomas WHITE 18a in Barony Tinehinch Queens Co. ….

 

160

425

108079

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1753 Apr 18

MEARES

Image 222

Rev John JACKSON of Clonsagh Co. Dublin Clke of 1 pt & Jacob MEARES of City of Dublin Smith & Furrier of the other part … lot of ground on Kings Street Oxmantown commonly known by the name of the Sixtieth Lott lately in possession of Denis CHARLES and his undertenants and now in possession of Jacob MEARES together with the passage leading to the house containing to the south 20 yards to the North 19 yards and 2 ft to the east 42 yards and 2 ft and to the west 42 yards 2 ft and meared and bounded on the North to the Nunnory on the east to the holding of Mr. LAW on the west to the holding of in possession of Mr. MALONE and on the South to the Street…. For lives of Jacob MEARES the younger and Elizabeth MEARES the son and daughter of said Jacob MEARES and of William KILLBY nephew to said Jacob MEARES … pay to John JACKSON his heirs and assigns the yearly rent of £15 … WITNESS: Edward McKEOAN servant to John JACKSON and Roger GOWOR Gent attorney of the Exchequer. John JACKSON [SEAL]

 

160

461

108284

McCULLAGH

 

1746-1758

McCULLOCH David & wife , John & wife to DUFF SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

161

124

107885

 

Monaghan

1739-1810

FISHER-WRIGHT Book 45 (1739-1810) Corduflles

 

 

161

317

108789

 

 

 

THOMPSON, Joseph-BROWNE

 

161

318

108796

JACKSON, Thomas, Jane & Anne & BALL, John

Meath

1753 June 30

BALL & WIFE & ORS- BAYLEY & ORS Creekstown,

John BALL of Three Castles Co. Kilkenny  Esq. Dorothy BALL otherwise JACKSON his wife [abt.1696-1760]; Jane JACKSON of the town of Drogheda widow & sole executor of Thomas JACKSON late of Crickstown  in the Co. of Meath Esq deceased Luke VIPOND and Gorges Edmond HOWARD of the City of Dublin Esq. & Thomas SMITH of the City of Dublin Gent of the one pt & Joseph BAYLY of the City of Dublin Gent & Rev. Abraham SANDIP of Killmoon Co Meath of the other part and the release made between John BALL Dorothy of the first part Jane JACKSON of the 2nd part the Rev. Ralph COCKYN [variant spellings may be useful: COCKAINE] of Raheny in the Co Dublin & Ann COCKYN otherwise LEVESY otherwise JACKSON his wife of the 3rd part & Rev. Bigoe HENZEL of Creekstown Co Meath of the 4th pt  said Luke VIPOND and Gorges Edmond HOWARD of the 5th pt and Thomas SMITH of the 6th pt and said Joseph BAYLY and Abraham SANDIP of the 7th pt… land sold for one year. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine Thomas JACKSON (1680-1751)

 

161

373

10951

COULTER

Down

1753 Jul 17

CLEWLEW, James Hamilton-M’CLELLAND (1746-1758)

James Hamilton CLEWLOW of Killileagh, Co. Down Esq of 1 pt & James CLELAND, farmer of Killichy the Woods of the other pt. wheras the farm had been set to Joseph CLELAND 65a 2r 20p…. Hgh CLELLAND son of James CLELLAND WITNESS: Robert MARTIN KIllyleagh.

16e

161

374

109053

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1753 Jul 17

Btw William JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent  of 1 pt & George ROBINSON of the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore City of Dublin weaver of the other pt… demised land formerly in possession of Henry STEPHENSON situate in JACKSON’s Alley in the Liberty aforesaid… term 99 years  yearly rent 4 pounds sterling WITNESS George ROBINSON the younger, John STEPHENSON both of Dublin Distillers. SEE: JACKSONs of Pimlicoe

16e

161

502

109683

ROGERS

 

1746-1751

ANDERSON, Marg-ROGERS

ANDERSON, Richard-ROGERS

 

161

559

109924

LESLIE

Monaghan Dublin Armagh

Down

1753 Aug 21-22

LESLIE-Bishop of Clogher Book 45 (1739-1810) Laragh Corfad Tullycorbett,

Between Henry LESLIE Rector of Tullycorbett, Co. Monaghan of 1st part & Rev. Robert Lord Bishop of Clogher & Richard DAWSON of City of Dublin Esq. Of 1st part .. leases between said Henry LESLIE of the 1st part & Rt. Hon Arthur HILL of Bellvoir, Co. Down Esq. ... Catherine MEREDITH eldest daughter of Revd. Charles MEREDITH late Dean of Ardfert dec’d spinster of the 2nd part ... town and lands of Laragh, Lissanees otherwise Anyaise Clogher Carnehod otherwise Cornahow Corfad Drummane (lots more info...)

 

161

562

109932

BIRCH

Monaghan

1746-1751

ANKETEL, Oliver-BOURCH

x

162

163

108995

JACKSON,

Londonderry

1753 Jul 12

CONNOLLY-JACKSON

 Btw Hon William CONNOLLY of City of Dublin Esq of the 1 pt & Clarke JACKSON of Drumballyhagen [probably Drumballyhagan Clark, Parish of Kilcronaghan, Barony Loughinsholin] in the proportion of the Vintners Co Londonderry of the other pt. CONNOLLY demised the south half of Drumballyhogan to Clark JACKSON – land in his possession cont 64a  2r 24p of arable and pasture Plantation measure for the natural life and lives of Adam JACKSON eldest son of sd Clark JACKSON aged abt 13 years; Samuel PATTERSON eldest son of William PATTERSON of Tobermore [Tobermore Parish [Kilcronaghan] aged about 11 years & John O’COCHRANE 2nd son of James O’COCHRANE of Drumballyhagen abt 12 years…. Yearly rent of 13 pounds. WITNESS: Marcus McCAUSLAND of Mullogh Co Londonderry Esq & George FINNEY & Memorial by Arthur CLARK of Dublin SEE: JACKSONs of Tobermore.

16d

162

186

109113

109114

JACKSON, Erasmus

Queens

1739-

JACKSON-FLAHY[?] Bk 16 Mountmellick

17

162

339

10965

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1753 Sep 13

JACKSON-DOWNES

Image 178

BTW Henry JACKSON of First Church yard, Sword Cutler Brother one of the Residuary Legatees of Mary GILL late of the City of Dublin widow deceased & Michael LAWLER of City of Dublin Poulterer Nephew & heir at law of Thomas LAWLER late of City of Dublin Barber Chirurgeon deceased of the one pt; Robert DOWNES of City of Dublin Hatter of the other pt. …Henry JACKSON for consideration mentioned  released to Robert DOWNES parcel of ground on east side of Grafton Street near Stephens Green in suburbs of Dublin containing in breadth on west 210’ in length to north joining a house and garden formerly in possession of Mr. BURNETT 158’ in breadth in the east 189’ and in length in the south joining a holding formerly in possession of Mr. Robert HOLTS holding 184’ with the appurtenance … WITNESS: Edward CROFTON & Charles MEARS both of City of Dublin Gent Michael LAWLER [SEAL]

17

162

463

110622

JOHNSTON

Armagh

Monaghan

Kilkenny

1753 Aug 6

JOHNSTON-NOBLE

Image 243

BTW JOHNSTON of Rockborough Co. Armagh Gent of 1 pt; Adam NOBLE of Longfield Co. Monaghan Gent of other pt. Reciting that John BALL of Three Castles Co. Kilkenny Esq by debenture 12 Apr 1750 demised to John JOHNSTON town and lands of Derfylisdruingranny [?] Dorsey Mullaghglass [Dorsy (Mullaghglass), Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper] and the Strip of Carnelly [possibly Carnacally, Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper] also town and lands of Cargaghaillen [probably Carricknagavna, Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper] and Cargotrooaddy [possibly Carrickgallogly, Parish Loughgilly (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower,] & Tullynemalogall [possibly Tullyogallaghan, Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper] in Barony Fews Co. Armagh for term of 61 years … in consideration of £450 paid by said Adam NOBLE … WITNESS: William JOHNSTON of Castletown Co. Louth Gent & Thomas NOBLE of Donomoine Co. Monaghan Gent. John JOHNSTON [SEAL]

NOTE: Adam NOBLE (?-1793) was the husband of Ann JOHNSTON and the brother-in-law of John JOHNSTON (1729-1816).

 

162

510

110906

JACKSON

Queens

1739-

JACKSON-JACKSON Bk 16 Mountmellick

 

162

561

111118

PRINGLE

Armagh

1743 Dec 21

PRINGLE-ENERY Killynure

Image 304

A Meml of an Inentd Deed Tripartate being date the Twenty first day of December one Thousand & seven hundred & fifty three made between the Reverend Robert PRINGLE of Maddincourt [Maddan ?] in the County of Armagh Clke of the first part Thomas ENERY of the City of Dublin Esq & Henry PRINGLE Esq. Lieutenant in General Blakenies Regiment of Foot of the second part & Frans ENERY spinster eldest daughter of the Reverend Doctor William ENERY of Killishandra in the County of Cavan of the third part. Reciting that a marriage was intended to be shortly had between the said Robert PRINGLE and the said Frans ENERY; ….(so it seems) … the lands of Doogry [Doogary, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny,], Enough [Enagh, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Lisbanoe [Lisbanoe, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Kennedies [Kennedies, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Aghavilly [Aghavilly, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Lislea [Lislea, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Killynure [Killynure, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] & Magherarville [Magherarville, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion)] “…  to the use & intent that the sd Frances in case she should survive the said Robert might have and receive thereout for her jointure an Annuity of one hundred pounds Sterl …”

 

163

65

107588

JACKSON, William

Cork

1753 Jan 29

FRANKLIN

Btw Rev. William JACKSON late of Rocksavage, co Cork but then of Ballinvolane in the North Liberties of the City of Cork, Clerk of 1ts pt to widow Elizabeth FRANKLIN lands of Curran Treilshane in Barony Kinalea, Co Cork. SEE: Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross, Volume 1. William Maziere Brady. And footnoted ROD at 1757 Apr 5

 

163

68

107533

GORE, Francis

Dublin

1753 Feb 22

Image 57

Rt Hon Luke GARDINER of 1st pt to Francis GORE of City of Dublin Esq of 2nd pt. land on Sackville Street in Lordship of St. Mary’s Abbey Co. Dublin … [desc] bounded by Stable Lane …

 

163

68

107543

JACKSON, Jacob

Wicklow

1753 Mar 17

Image 57

BTW  Rev. Richard BALDWIN Doctor in Divinity Late Prov of Trinity College near Dublin demised to Jacob JACKSON of Spinans Co. Wicklow part of land of Spinans  and also Hill of Spinans the in possession of said Jacob JACKSON Barony of Talbotstown for lives of Jacob JACKSON party to these presents Thomas JACKSON eldest son of said JACKSON and James JACKSON 2nd son of said Jacob JACKSON and survivor…  Jacob JACKSON [SEAL]

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

 

163

98

107715

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1747 Nov 7

CARY

Henry JACKSON High Constable of City of Dublin of 1 pt & William CARY City of Dublin Linen Draper of other pt. Demised tenement on north side of Pill Lane Dublin known by the sign of the Black Lyon lately in the possession of Richard CONSTANT with yard back side and offices. NOTE: His widow may have been Ann JACKSON orse BAALFE, and her husband may have been the Henry JACKSON who was the High Sherriff of Dublin. NOTE: There was a news account of a constable Henry JACKSONs death – I think in 1796. Need to refind this. SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe

1

163

169

108257

JACKSON, Martha

Dublin

1753 May 19

City of Dublin

Widow Martha JACKSON all that house messuage on North end of Essex Bridge in the Liberty of the City of Dublin together with the use of several locks and grates mentioned in a schedule there annexed. By virtue of a lease 1744 Mar 1 by James TURNER of the 1 pt & Martha JACKSON of the other.

 

163

301

109382

JACKSON, Richard

Coleraine

1752 Dec 19

JACKSON-HART Atchave Lower, Adcleave, B. 1739-1810

Image 174

Btw Richard JACKSON of Colerain Co Londonderry Esq. of 1 pt &  John McALLISTER of the same Gent.  And Henry HART of City of Dublin Esq. of 3rd pt. Reciting that HART was granted town and lands of Ballymaegan [Ballymadigan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine]  Drumnaquill Drumaquill, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine] Donballycarne [possibly Drumballyhagan Clark] Ringrassbegg [Ringrash Beg, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine] Ringrassmore [Ringrash More, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine] Ardacleave [Articlave Lower, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], And the Upper and Lower Altabreeen [probably Altibrian, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine, - the parishes of Dunboe & Formoyle share a border]  all  in Co. Londonderry for sum of £5,000.  WITNESS: William RICHARDSON of Somerset Co. Londonderry Esq. Sir John BOWDEN of City of Dublin Esq. & William KILLER servant to aforesaid Richard JACKSON. Richard JACKSON [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

163

400

109763

JACKSON, George

Louth

1753 Jun 30

McCABE

Rev George JACKSON Clke of Ardpatrick, Co. Louth to John McCABE City of Dublin, butcher… tenement on Pollbeggstreet, Dublin. Mr OWEN’s on the west of it; Widow JONES’s on the east.

NOTE: George JACKSON (1711-1782) See also: ROD 235-32-150445 May 10, 1764 SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

1

164

68

108899

JACKSON, George

Louth

Carlow

Tipperary

Wexford

1753 Jul 4

JACKSON

Image 41

a lease between Sir John ESMOND of Huntington in County Carlow, Bart, of the first part, George JACKSON of Aulare [[aka Athclare, Parish Dunleer], Co. Louth, gent of the second part and Edward BUTLER of the city of Dublin gent of the third part. Sir John ESMOND granted to George JACKSON in his actual possession by virtue of a bargain and sale to him made for one year by indenture of the town and lands of Huntington [Parish of Moyacomb] and Clongarron being part and parcel of the town of Clonogall, together with the mill of Clonogall Scituate lying and being in the County Carlow also all that and those the town and lands of Tinlogh, Ballynruan,, Ballytwohill, Piorstown, and Farranjordan County Tipperary, and also the town and lands of Drumdorry and that part of Ballyshonoge now in the possession of Henry TIMMONS in Co Wexford, together with the rights belonging to George JACKSON his heirs and assigns for ever. Edward BUTLER is to be tenant. WITNESS:  Francis BUTLER, John Milligan Clerkes to Edward Butler of the city of Dublin gent, attorney at law. NOTE: In Griffiths, Patrick JACKSON leased a very small acreage: 10 perches with a 2 shilling building in Townland of Athclare in Parish of Dunleer. Also, in Griffiths, there were other JACKSONs in Dundalk. See also: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

 

164

76

108941

JACKSON, Barnaby

Kilkenny

1752 Apr 7

PONSONBY, ELIZABETH otherwise CLARKE, wife of Chambre Brabazon Ponsonby of Ashgrove, Co. Kilkenny. 7 April 1752. Narrate 1 p. 9 July 1753. Agreement 26 Sept. 1746 made previous to her inter-marriage with Chambre Brabazon Ponsonby. No sons but three daughters Frances, Elizabeth and Juliana Ponsonby. Her real estate, lands, tenements and hereditaments to her husband. Witnesses: John Lackey, Knocktopher, Co. Kilkenny, Esq., Thomas Butler, Kilkenny, Esq., John Hobson, Waterford, gent. Memorial witnessed by: John Hobson, Barnaby Jackson, Curluddy, Co. Kilkenny, Esq.

164, 76, 108941 Chambre Brab. Ponsonby (seal)

SEE: JACKSONs of Kilkenny.

 

164

397

111109

PRINGLE

Armagh

1750 Oct 26

PRINGLE-PRINGLE 1746-1751

Image 209

Between Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Hall Co Armagh Esquire and the Reverend Philip SKELTON, Klerk and Sarah PRINGLE, widow, executors the last will and Testament of John PRINGLE late of Calledon in County Tyrone Esquire deceased of the one part; and William PRINGLE third son of the said John PRINGLE of the other part (and the release being endorsed on a lease bearing date the 31st day of October 1735 made between Margaret HAMILTON of Calledon [aka Calladon] aforesaid spinster of the one part and the said John Pringle of the other part whereby the said Margaret HAMILTON demise to John PRINGLE his heirs and assigns for the term of three lives at the yearly rent of £60 town and lands of Anaghroa & Anagheramph is then meared and bounded in the possession of the said John PRINGLE, Barony of Dungannon, County Tyrone. Robert MAXWELL, Philip SKELTON, and Sarah PRINGLE assigned to William PRINGLE in his actual possession, to hold for three lives. WITNESS: Reverend Robert PRINGLE, clerk, and Robert ELLIS, gent, both of Caledon aforesaid.

 

164

427

111228

JACKSON, William

Cork

1753 Nov 9

SMYTH

Image 223

between William JACKSON of Youghall, County Cork gent of the one part and John SMYTH of Ballymoney, Co Waterford gent of the other part. William JACKSON leased to John SMYTH his heirs executors admons town and lands of Garryduffe in the Barony of Coshmore and Cashbridge and Co. Waterford formerly held by Florence McCARTHY late of Youghall, Co. Cork deceased from the Right Honorable John Earl of Grandison for a lease of three lives, renewable forever

 

164

453

111352

JACKSON, Alexander

Wicklow

1751 Apr 9

Image 236

BTW Rev. Richard BALDWIN Doctor in Divinity & Provost of Trinity College Dublin of 1 pt Alexander JACKSON of Brusselstowne  [Brusselstown, Parish of Donaghmore, in the Barony of Upper Talbotstown] Barony Talbotstown Co. Wicklow farmer of other pt BALDWIN set lands of Brusselstown otherwise Brickwellstown commonly called Castle Quarter then in possession of Alexander JACKSON containing 110a 2r 16p …. For life of Ann JACKSON wife of said Alexander JACKSON & Alexander JACKSON son of said Alexander JACKSON by Jane his wife or survivor … NOTE: In one place the wife is Jane, and in another she is Ann. I assume Anne was a 2nd wife.

WITNESS: Richard ROBBINS & James CRUISE servant in Trinity College both of City of Dublin Richard BALDWIN [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass. (more work needed)

NOTE: Part of the townland of Brusselstown is on Spinians Hill. Castlequarter is to the south and Spinans Hill to the west.

 

164

453

111353

 

 

1754 Jan 28

BTW Rev. Richard BALDWIN Coctor in Divinity & Provost of Trinity College Dublin of 1 pt Alexander JACKSON of Brusselstowne [Brusselstown, Parish of Donaghmore, in the Barony of Upper Talbotstown]  Barony Talbotstown Co. Wicklow farmer of other … For life of Ann JACKSON wife of said Alexander JACKSON & Alexander JACKSON son of said Alexander JACKSON by Ann his wife or survivor … reciting that the son Alexander JACKSON had died, that William JACKSON the 2nd son of the said Alexander JACKSON should stand in his place.

SEE: JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass. (more work needed)

NOTE: Part of the townland of Brusselstown is on Spinians Hill. Castlequarter is to the south and Spinans Hill to the west.

 

165

196

110776

McCULLAGH

 

1739-1810

 

McCLUSKER to McCULLOUGH & anr (TI Bk 45) Orun, Onomy, par of Muckny SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

165

414

112560

 

Sligo

1752 May 1

GETHIN-ORMSBY

Image 549

BTW Sir Richard GETHIN of Sligo Co. Sligo of 1 pt & Robert ORMSBY of Town & Co. Sligo Apothecary of the other. [much description incl. Melancholy Lane etc…] lives of said Robert ORMSBY party to deed Alice ORMSBY wife of Robert ORMSBY & George ORMSBY 2nd son to Thomas ORMSBY of Town of Sligo then aged 9 years … pay to Sir Richard GETHIN at his dwelling House in City of Dublin or … WITNESS: Jane HYDE widow & eldest daughter of Sir Richard GETHIN & Michael STANLEY of Sligo, Co. Sligo Writing Master.

NOTE: Prob Sir Richard GETHIN (1698) – he had a daughter who married a HYDE.

 

166

62

110296

JACKSON, George

Louth

Carlow

TIpperary

1753 Jul 4

BUTLER

Image 39

between Sir John ESMOND of Huntington County Carlow, Bart, of the one part, and Edward BUTLER of the city of Dublin gent of the other part and the release made between Sir John ESMOND of the first part and the said Edward BUTLER of the second part and George JACKSON of Acclare, [aka Athclare, Parish Dunleer] Co Louth gent, of the third part. town and lands of Huntington [Parish of Moyacomb] and Clongarron being part and parcel of the town of Clonogall, together with the mill of Clonogall Scituate lying and being in the County Carlow also all that and those the town and lands of Tinlogh, Ballynruan,, Ballytwohill, Piorstown, and Farranjordan County Tipperary, and also the town and lands of Drumdorry and that part of Ballyshonoge now in the possession of Henry TIMMIN in Co Wexford. WITNESS: Sir Richard BUTLER of Gary hand in County Carlow, Bart and Francis BUTLER, son of the said Edward BUTLER and Memorial witnessed by Edward BUTLER and John MILLIQUET. NOTE: In Griffiths, Patrick JACKSON leased a very small acreage: 10 perches with a 2 shilling building in Townland of Athclare in Parish of Dunleer. Also, in Griffiths, there were other JACKSONs in Dundalk. See Also: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

 

166

269

111466

McMURRAY

WADDELL

Down

Armagh

1754 Feb 4

WADDELL to McMURREY 1739-1810 (TI Bk 45) Drumgaviny

NAMES: Robert WADDELL of Lisnaveane; James McMURRAY of Drumgavney; Alexander WADDELL of Island Derry, Co. Down; Robert MAXWELL, son of Capt MAXWELL of College Hill, Co. Armagh; John ECHLIN son of Rev. Robert ECHLIN; William DUNLAP of Ballybay; Mary WADDELL nee STUART; David GILLESPY of Drummuck; Thomas NOBLE of Donamoyne; Richard EXHAM & Alexander MONTGOMERY.

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166

289

111573

OLIVER, Andrew & Sarah

Tyrone

Armagh

1754, Feb 9

OLIVER, Andrew - NORRIS 1746-1758

James NORRIS of Torrehage [AKA Tannagh], Parish of Aghaloo, Co. Tyrone; Charles NORRIS of Larakeen AKA Lairakeen, Parish of Aghaloo, Co. Tyrone; Andrew OLIVER of the Parish of Tynan (possibly Lisloony, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny].); Sarah OLIVER, daughter of Andrew OLIVER; Margaret HAMILTON, Countess of Orrey; Ben OLIVER of Farmacartley AKA Farmacaffly, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh; John CALDWELL of Caledon, Co. Tyrone; Robert BRENAN of Glaslough, Co. Monaghan. (etc) sworn at Monaghan, Co. Monaghan 16 Oct 1753 . NOTE: This was previously dated 1754 Feb 9th - likely the date it was registered, not made

 

166

595

113742

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1754 Feb 1

NOWLAN

Image 323

between Richard JACKSON of the city of Dublin Esquire. Demised to Dennis NOWLAN of city of Dublin victory over the dwellinghouse Situate on the South side of Kings Street near St Stephens Green in the suburbs of the city of Dublin late in possession of Sarah DOHERTY deceased with easement behind the same late in the possession of John DODD deceased with yard and house of East of the said premises belonging containing in depth from front to rear 88’4” in front 19’4” and in the rear 22’4” bounded on the East with John WORTHINGTON’s holding on the West, with Samuel HOPEs holding on the South with John SWEETMAN’s holding and on the North with the Kings pavement. Lease of 29 years yearly rent of £10. WITNESS: John BYRNE, Carpenter, and William JACKSON, gent, both of the city of Dublin. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

167

6

110602

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1753 Feb 22

FOX

Image 347

Lease between Henry JACKSON of Christ Church Dublin, Sword Cutler who demised to Bartholomew FOX of Brabazon Street in the Liberties of Thomas Court and Donore in the County of Dublin, Clothier, the dwellinghouse tenements with the backside house of ease and appurtenances thereunto belonging then in the tenure of Bartholomew FOX on which was formally erected in all brew house wherein Peter BRENNAN formally brewed containing front to Brabazon Street aforesaid 24 foot and 22 foot in the rear and 49 feet from front to rear be the same more or less bounded on the East to Mr KELLY’s then holding West to Mr MILLERs, North to Mr Colman FOXs then holding & South to said Street, situate in said Street in the Liberties aforesaid. To hold onto said Bartholomew FOX his executors, administrators and assigns for a term of 31 years. The yearly rent of £14.WITNESS: Bernard CLARKE of Dublin, gent and Henry STEARN of Dublin gent

 

167

114

111534

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1754 Feb 4

McCULLOCH William to McCULLOCH 1746-1758

Image 401

between Josias ERWIN the younger, soldier in the honourable Colonel BOCKLANDs Regiment of Foot now in England son and heir of Josias ERWIN the elder of the town of Antrim in the County of Antrim deceased of the one part and William McCULLOCH of the city of Dublin merchant of the other part. Reciting deed of release the said Josias ERWIN the younger in consideration of £70 to be paid by the said William released and conformed to William McCULLOCH the have tenement wherein Thomas LINDSAY formerly dwelt on the South side of the Street of the said town of Antrim above the church together with that West half tenement close adjoining to the West of the other half tenement the whole being called LINDSAY’s tenement and bounded on the East by the tenements set to William PALMER on the West by Anthony HUNTER and likewise 11 acres of land English measure lying on the left hand of the road leading from Antrim aforesaid to Carrickfergus being part of that field called Potters Hill bounded on the East by the holding of John DUFFIELD on the West by the holding of William STEUART [aka STEWART] Tanner and on the North by some land of Forrest SHORTRIGGs & on the South by the holding of David Hannah situate in the parish and County of Antrim and then in the occupation of an ERWIN the widow of the said Josias ERWIN the elder with all the edifices orchards gardens and appurtenances thereunto belonging to hold to the said William McCULLOCH his heirs and assigns during the natural life and lives of John MOORE, Charles ADAIR and Benjamin ADAIR and the survivor and survivors of them and during the natural life and lives of all and every other person or persons who by virtue of a certain indenture of lease in the said deed of release etc etc subject to 2 pounds 19 shillings yearly rent and the said William McCULLOCH did by the deed of release declare that the consideration money therein mentioned was the sole money of John McCULLOCH of the Town of Antrim aforesaid, apothecary and that the said deed was made to him in trust for the several uses in the said deed of release specified which said deeds of release were duly perfected by Josias ERWIN the younger and William McCULLOCH in presence of Ezekiel BULLOCK and of Ralph DAWSON, Clerk to said Ezekiel both the city of Dublin SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

167

127

111587

PRINGLE

Tyrone

Armagh

1750 Oct 26

PRINGLE-PRINGLE1746-1751

Image 407

between Reverend Doctor Robert MAXWELL then of Fellows Hall [Crearum, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh]in County Armagh, since deceased of the one part and John PRINGLE then Junior of Caledon in County Tyrone gent. Since deceased of the other part … Lands of Dowgry [Doogary, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny], 161a, Parish of Tynan

 

167

134

111620

McCULLAGH

Cavan

1753 Jun 5

McCULLOCH John to FOLLIOTT1746-1758

John McCULLAGH of Curtish parish of Killian Co. Cavan let to Abraham FOLLIOTT of Newtown Billyborrow 25 acres SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

167

171

11809

BAGNELL

Kildare

Roscommon

Dublin

Sligo

Limerick

1754 Jan 29

Image 429

Between Marcus CROFTON otherwise LOWTHER of Moat in County Roscommon Esquire and Catherine his wife of the one part and Reverend Richard BEAUCHAMP of Narramore in the County of Kildare clerk and guardian of Beauchamp BAGNELL a minor under the age of 21 years of the other part and the release made by the said Marcus CROFTON and Catherine his wife of the first part Gorges LOWTHER of Killebrew in County Meath Esquire of the second part James CANE of the city of Dublin Esquire of the third part Hugh ECCLES of Glasnevin in County Dublin Esquire of the 4th part and the honorable Sir Marcus BERESFORD Earl of Tyrone and Robert Sanford of Castlereagh in the County Roscommon Esquire of the 5th part they said Richard BEAUCHAMP of the six part and Mark WHITE of the city of Dublin Esquire of the 7th part in consideration of the sum of £4,500 by Richard BEAUCHAMP by and with the approbation of William WALL one of the Masters of the High Court of Chancery in Ireland testified to the said Marcus CROFTON and Catherine his wife had in hand paid the receipt acknowledged they said Marcus CROFTON and Catherine his wife did grant to the said Beauchamp BAGNELL … lands of … All situated in County Roscommon and also the town and lands of Bonefedda Laughnacranoge Dilly, Knappagh. Ballintrowan, Ballynamanister, Knockmuldowny otherwise Ballysadora, Derk, Killtorrogh, Lissmabryne, Carrickeele, Carrucullen, Mullyroe, Abbeytown otherwise Farrman, the fishery of Ballysadare the Impropriate Tythes  yearly renewing out of parishes of Drumratt, Emlefadd, Tonmoyer, Killmurrogh, oterwise Kilturrogh, Killashalway, Cloonoghill, Killurogh, Killinbany, Killroran & Ballysedure  in Co. Sligo … lands  in County Limerick to hold to the said Richard BEAUCHAMP his heirs and assigns release subject to a proviso WITNESS: Francis HARVEY and James HORNEDGE of the city of Dublin Gent

NOTE: An Eleanor BEAUCHAMP was the wife of Walter BAGENAL (1670-1745). They were the parents of Beauchamp BAGENAL (1735-1802). Sir Marcus LOWTHER-CROFTON was the husband of Katherine CROFTON (d 1767) and son of Gorges LOWTHER (d. 1716) & Jane BERESFORD.

 

167

292

112520

DOBBIN

Monaghan

1739-1810

LESLIE to DOBBIN Book 45 (1739-1810) – not pertinent. Corfad pt & bog

 

167

292

112521

WALKER

Armagh

1739-1810

WALKER-CULLEN

 

167

526

113725

JACKSON, Ambrose

Cork

1754 May 6

DRING & ors-JACKSON

Image 608

BTW Robert DRING of City of Cork Esq of 1st pt & William LONGFIELD of City of Cork Merchant of 2nd pt & Ambrose JACKSON Esq of 3rd pt. Reciting that Robert ROGERS Esq. lease 31 Mar 1704 demised to Isaac DELACROIX late of City of Cork Merchant deceased the large Stone house cellar & Garden then in occupation of said Isaac on North East Marsh of City of Cork for term of 100 years rent … for and during the war between England of the one side and France and Spain of the other side the yearly rent of £30 … recited deed of mtg 3 Sept 1723 btw Ambrose JACKSON of 1 pt & John GOODMAN late of City of Cork Merchant of other pt … Ambrose JACKSON … indenture Quadrapartite 2 Aug 1736 … marriage btw William LONGFIELD and Mary GOODMAN …

 

168

36

110757

JACKSON

Londonderry

1753 Nov 28

JACKSON-TODD

Btw Richard JACKSON of the parish of Killowen Co Londonderry [Of Jackson Hall, in Townland Waterside, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine]] of the 1 pt & Isaac TODD of the same, merchant of the other. Pt. JACKSON demised to TODD one field or park containing abt 8 acres bounded on the south by the Rev. Mr. THOMPSON on the north by John ALLENs and on the west by the new road leading to Ballycarn and on the east by the River Bann and also 16 acres on the north side of Ballycarn bounded on the south by the said John ALLENs on the west by Alexander McKACHANs lands on the north by Killcranny [Killcranny Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine]. and on the west by the River Bann. All situate in the parish of Killowen, the Manor of Clothworkers… during the natural lives of Isaac TODD the younger son to Isaac TODD aged abt 9 years and John ALLEN son to John ALLEN aged about 8 years or 61 years WITNESS Andrew LYLE & William KILLER both of Killowen yeomen. Mem WITNESS: Andrew LYLE & Robert GAGE, Killowen, Merchant.

16d

168

57

110756

JACKSON, Richard

 

 

TODD NOTE. NOTE: Not in this book. SEE: ROD 168-36-110757

 

168

163

111986

JACKSON, Richard

Queens

1754 Feb 8

STRANGMAN

Btwn Richard JACKSON of Mountmellick, Queens Co. Merchant of 1 pt & Samuel STRANGMAN of Mountmellick, Merchant… ground in Drinah. SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

 

169

45

112717

JACKSON, Daniel

Kings

1754 Mar 24

JACKSON

Image 45

Rev. Daniel JACKSON of Tullamore [Tullamore, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan] Kings Co & Sarah SHERIGLEY (this is one of the trust relationships see also SHRIGLEY and BEAVER and BEVER). SEE: JACKSONs of Santry.

See also Deed: Feb 15, 1777 and ROD: 158-39-104622

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 SEE: JACKSONs of Santry in Dublin.

 

169

167

113222

JACKSON, Richard          

Dublin

1754 Feb 11

WORTHINGTON

Image 106

Btw Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. of the 1 pt & John WORTHINGTON City of Dublin Carpenter of the other part reciting lease 4 Dec 1750 demised to WORTHINGTON piece of land on which are built two front buildings and one Back House situate on South side of Kings Street near Stephens Green for 51 years for rent of £9… Richard JACKSON did for the consideration mentioned for himself his administrators and executors did agree to and with WORTHINGTON … in Trust should obtain from Vicars Choral of St. Patricks Dublin under whom the said Richard JACKSON ,,, renewal of lease  … deed of renewal WITNESS: William JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent & Maurice KAVENAGH Clerk to  Gorges Edmund HOWARD.  SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

169

252

113608

JACKSON, Thomas

Queens

1738 Apr 25

Image 150

Deed Poll made between Sarah FOSTER of the city of Dublin widow and relict of Christian FOSTER late of Monasteroris [Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown],  in Kings Co and William FOSTER, son of said Christian FOSTER and Sarah FOSTER of the one part and Thomas JACKSON of Jonestown [Jonestown, Parish Ballymacwilliam, Barony Warrenstown],Kings Co farmer of the other part whereby the said Sarah and William FOSTER for consideration granted to farm to Thomas JACKSON his heirs etc the lands of Monasteroris [Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown], formerly possessed by James FARRELL about 63 acres plantation measure for the natural lives of Isaac JACKSON Joseph JACKSON and Thomas JACKSON Junior for the term of 41 years witness Daniel KENNEDY of Edenderry [Edenderry, Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown]  Kings Co and Nicholas MORAN of Conyborrow Queens Co.

NOTE: I suspect that in time we will find a link to Jacksons of Ballygibbon, Co. Kildare. And/or the Quaker Jacksons of Seawaite Lancashire

 

169

353

114134

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1754 Aug 19

ROBINSON

Image 202

William JACKSON of City of Dublin gent consideration mentioned demised to George ROBINSON of city of Dublin, Weaver to dwellings houses tenements late in the occupation of Patrick ROURKE on the Eastside of Pimlicoe in the Liberties of Thomas Court and Donore County Dublin bounded on the West to Bartholomew McCORMICK’s holding and on the South to Mrs Francis DUNLOP’s holding on the East to the Kings pavement and on the North to the back improvements or yard. To hold by George ROBINSON for a term of 99 years at the yearly rate of £19. Witness Samuel KATHRENS of the city of Dublin gent and[?] REILY of the city of Dublin public notary. SEE: JACKSONs of Pimlicoe

 

169

389

114279

JACKSON, John

Limerick

1754 Jun 3

WREST

Image 221

Between John JACKSON of the City of Limerick merchant of the one part and Walter WREST of city of Limerick confectioner of the other part reciting a lease eighth of August 1747 may between Arthur ROCHE of the City of Limerick Esquire of the one part and the said John JACKSON of the other part whereby WREST demised to JACKSON plot of ground fronting The Gallows Green… description…

 

169

545

114897

COULTER

Down

1754 Oct 18

COULTER, Bernard -SMYTHE Notes in 2009 diary 1746-1758

William BREW of Downpatrick, Co. Down, skinner of the 1st part; Bernard COULTER of Raholn, Co. Down, farmer of 2nd part & James SMITH of Downpatrick, innkeeper of the 3rd part … COULTER-SMITH – part of BROWN’s tenement in Castle Quarter, Downpatrick … for lives of Bernard COULTER & George COULTER, his brother.

 

170

225

113797

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1754 Feb 7

IRWIN

Image 457

BTW George Edmund HOWARD of City of Dublin Esq of 1st pt & John IRWIN of City of Dublin Hatter since deceased of 2nd pt & Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. of 3rd pt. Reciting that John WORTHINGTON of City of Dublin Carpenter by mtg 5 Jun 1752 in consid of £35,10 assigned to Gorges Edmond HOWARD ground on south side of King Street near St. Stephens Green Dublin together with all houses & Improvements … residue of 51 year term … WITNESS: Henry Steevens REILY of City of Dublin Public Notary & William JACKSON of same City Gent. Memorial WITNESS: William WHITE & John LOGAN Esq of the last will and Testament of John IRWIN deceased

17

171

11

113482

JACKSON, George

Tipperary

1754 Jan 18

SMITH 1746-1758

Image 12

Thomas SMYTH of Ballingarry, Co. Tipperary Gent of 1 pt & George JACKSON of Rathenane, Co. Tipperary Gent of the other & William SMITH of Ballingarry Gent of the 3rd . In consid of 800 pounds … tithes of the Parish of Killberrane otherwise Rathberrane, Co. Tipperary

 

171

33

113656

JACKSON, George

Queens

Drogheda

Louth

1754 Jun 20

STEWART

Image 23

Thomas STRANGMAN of Mountmellick Gent Admin of unadministered of Edward COURTENAY… [Rev] George JACKSON of Town of Drogheda, Clerk & Elizabeth his wife of the 1 pt… lands of Logher and Tully in Co. Meath & Ardpatrick, Co. Louth SEE: JACKSONS of Steeple

 

171

41

113710

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1754 Jul 17

Sarah SYM otherwise ROSE of City of Dublin Widow Sarah SYM of the same City spinster and Joseph FERGUSON of the same City merchant. Ann his wife. Which said Sarah SYM spinster and Ann FERGUSON are the only surviving children of Sarah SYM otherwise ROSE by her late husband David SYM deceased. Demised to Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Glass grinder house leading to Essex Bridge in the City of Dublin wherein the said Thomas JACKSON lived in breadth on the street 17 feet and in depth 56 feet… describes neighbours… lease for 56 years rent 35 pounds. Witness: Thomas SAUNDERS of City of Dublin, Gent & Thomas BLUNDELL of City of Dublin watchmaker

 

171

161

114169

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1754 Aug 2

Major Walter WOLFE of Dublin City to Thomas JACKSON, glassgrinder of Dublin City house east side Whitefriars St, Dublin, held by WOLFE from Elizabeth SMITH, widow  1 May 1745.

SW

 

171

443

115321

JACKSON, Thomas

Limerick

1754 Oct 3

DICKSON

Image 238

Btw Samuel DICKSON of Knockdromafiell Co Limerick Gent of 1 pt & Thomas JACKSON of Limerick, Chandler of the other part. Marriage to be had bwt Thomas JACKSON and Ann DICKSON spinster daughter of Samuel DICKSON… 50 pounds marriage portion. WITNESS: William LEONARD of City of Limerick Gager, William VOKER of City of Dublin, Gent.

 

172

314

116529

BAILIE

 

1746-1758

LOWE, Samuel-BAYLY not pertinent in 2016

16e

172

356

116290

DONALDSON, Alexander

Armagh

1740 Nov 19

Image 515

BTW Randal DONNELSON of Castle Dillon [Castledillon Estate, 137 Drummanmore Rd, Armagh – possiblyTurcarra, Parish of Loughgall (ONeilland West portion), Barony of Oneilland West orDrumogher, Parish Grange (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] Co. Armagh Esq of 1 pt & Alexander DONNALSON of Phillipstown. Quarter of Cloghoge commonly called McShane’s Quarter, Co. Armagh for lives of Samuel DONNALDSON and Joseph DONNALDSON 4th & 5th sons of Alexander DONNALDSON. Witness: John DONNALDSON of Castle Dillon man servant to Randal DONNALDSON and by Hugh McMASTER of Foxfield, Co. Armagh farmer.

NOTE: Alexander DONALDSON (1671-1776). It is possible that John DONALDSON (his eldest son) was the John DONALDSON manservant to Randal DONALDSON

NOTE: There are three Cloghoge townlands

·  ·  Cloghoge (Clochóg) , Killevy (Upper Orior portion) Civil Parish, Barony of Orior Upper, Co. Armagh 323 A, 2 R, 31 P

·  Cloghoge (Clochóg) , Ballymore Civil Parish, Barony of Orior Lower, Co. Armagh 229 A, 0 R, 7 P

·  Cloghoge (Clochóg) , Creggan Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 926 A, 3 R, 2 P

 

172

421

117173

McCULLAGH

Down

Antrim

Dublin

1755 May 10

McCULLOCH William to BULLOCK1746-1758 Lisburn

Btw Hans FAIRLIE of Edenterry Co Down Gent only son & heir at law of William FAIRLIE late of Lisburn deceased… [other names] William McCULLOCH of the City of Dublin Merchant.. lands of Lurgantory als Lurgantoam in Barony of Eveagh Co Down {Note: #117633 deed says it is in Lisburn ] SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

172

498

117633

M’CULLA, Alexander

Antrim

1755 Jun 25

Btw Philip FLETCHER of Lisburn Co Antrim Esq. & Alexander M’CULLA of Lisburn Innkeeper of the other pt… parcel of land called Lurginure, [possibly Largymore, Parish Blaris (Castlereagh Upper portion), Barony Castlereagh Upper]  47a in Parish of Lisburn Manor of Killultagh… SEE: McCULLAGH connections

16e

172

567

118239

JACKSON, John

Limerick

1755 Aug 30

NEWSOM Book Index 1758-1768

John JACKSON of the City of Limerick, Grocer .. mtg Oct 30 1752  btw John JACKSON and his wife Rachel otherwise LUCAS one of the daughters of Thomas LUCAS Skinner deceased of the 1 pt & NEWSOM of the City of Corke of other pt. [list of lands] for  125 pounds and interest… and then 175 pounds pd by  John NEWSON…

NOTE: John JACKSON of Cargeen Co. Kildare and Sarah LUCAS of Rathdaniel, Co. Carlow. A John JACKSON of Cargeen, Co. Kildare married a Sarah LUCAS, her mother Elizabeth from Rathdaniel, Co. Carlow. NOTE: I need to follow up on later leases of a Luke or Lucas JACKSON of The Strand in Dublin.

16e

172

584

118502

DAWSON

Londonderry

1746-1758

DAWSON, Josua-JOHNSTON 1746-1758

Joshua DAWSON of Castledawson Esq & Dunkan JOHNSTON [aka Duncan JOHNSTON?]  of Ballydawley arish Tamlaught

16e

173

84

115477

STEEL

Monaghan

1749 Dec 29

Walter STEEL-McMATH

Image 49

BTW Walter STEEL of Candleforth, Parish Iniskeen, Barnoy Farny, Co. Monaghan of 1 pt Gent & John McMATH of Annyart, Parish Muckma, Barony Creemorn, Co. Monaghan of other pt linen draper. Part of land of Annyart as formerly held by Francis KNOX deceased & now held by John McMATH … for lives of John STEEL son & heir of Walter STEEL & Sarah McMATH eldest dau of John McMATH … WITNESS: William STEEL of Ardkirk Co. Monaghan Linen draper & Robert BOYS of Castleblayney Co. Monaghan Grocer

 

173

101

115543

JACKSON, Henry & Thomas & Jane

Meath

Dublin

1754 Dec 14

JACKSON-FARRELL site research 

Image 57

Memorial of an Indentured Deed of Lease and Release dated respectively 4th and 5th days of November 1754, the Lease between Henry JACKSON, Lisnaboe, County Meath, Gent, 1st part, Thomas JACKSON, Lisnaboe son of the said Henry  JACKSON, the other part.
The Release between the said Henry JACKSON and Mary his wife, 1 St part, said Thomas JACKSON, the other part.
Reciting that the said Henry JACKSON and Mary his wife in consideration of the said Thomas JACKSON's paying the sum of £228 Principal money due by the said Henry  JACKSON and £50 sterling interest thereon and the said Thos also paying unto Henry  JACKSON, the Younger the sum of £50 sterling.
Also paying the sum of £30 unto Jane JACKSON and £30 to Ann JACKSON and the sum of £10 sterling to the said Henry JACKSON, the Elder and Mary his wife during their lives and to the survivors of them and for the further consideration in the Indenture mentioned in the grant to the said Thomas JACKSON all the lands of Lisnaboe to hold forever.
And did also grant unto the said Thomas all his, the said Henry JACKSON the Elder's, right and title to the lands of Rath, County Meath. To hold the lands of Rath during the term the of the Residue of the remaining years in said lease yet to come and unexpired . No  JACKSON Witnesses. SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe

 

173

103

115560

JACKSON, Hugh

Antrim

Londonderry

1754 Dec 11

JOY

Image 58

Between Hugh JACKSON of Tobermore [Tobermore Parish Kilcronaghan], in County of Londonderry, gent of the one part and Henry JOY of Belfast in the County of Antrim printer of the other part. Whereby the said Hugh JACKSON for the consideration therein mentioned did give grant bargain sell assign and set over unto the said Henry JOY his executors, administrators and assigns one annuity or yearly sum of £10 to be had and taken, and to be issuing out of the six church land pounds of Ballynasircon [aka Ballynasarren Parish Ballynascreen] in the County of Londonderry and all his the said Hugh JACKSON right title interest trust property claim and demand whatsoever of in and to the said annuity or yearly sum of £10 and of in and to every part and part of there of, with the appurtenances and all benefit in advantage to be had gotten thereby to have and to hold to the same in every part thereof with the appurtenances unto the said Henry JOY his executors, administrators and assigns to his in their own proper use and behoof from the first day of May last for and during all the term and time to come of the present lease of said six Church Land Town of Ballynasircon [aka Ballynasarren ] and for and during all such further term on terms that any person or persons by from or under William JACKSON of Tobermore aforesaid gent deceased shall, or may obtain renew of the same. By which said deed the said Henry JOY declares the said purchase to be made in trust for Barbara JACKSON, a minor grand daughter of the said William JACKSON under the terms and upon the trust in said deed mentioned which said deed and also this Memorial are witnessed by John CAMPBELL, gent and James ARCHIBALD merchant both of Belfast in the County of Antrim. Hugh JACKSON. [SEAL]. Signed and sealed by the above named Hugh JACKSON in presence of John Campbell, James Archibald.

SEE: JACKSONs of Tobermore. Barbara JACKSON was later wife to John STEVENSON.

NOTE: The Henry JOY connection is interesting in light of other JACKSON-JOY connections in Co. Down.

 

173

301

116273

JACKSON, Thomas

Kings.

1755 Feb 14

GORE-WILSON

Image 161

BTW Arthur GORE, Esq. of Tenelick, Co. Longford of 1st pt & Benjamin WILSON, farmer of Mountwillson [Mountwilson, Parish Ballymacwilliam, Barony Warrenstown,, Kings Co. Of 2nd pt  Lands of Ballinrath & Ballynakill [Ballynakill Big or Ballynakill Little, Parish Ardnurcher or Horseleap, in the Barony of Kilcoursey] 258a 1r in Barony Coolstown, Kings Co. to Benjamin WILLSON for lives of John WILSON, 2nd son of Benjamin WILSON for lives of Elizabeth GRIFFITH, spinster of City of Dublin & William JACKSON 4th son of Thomas JACKSON farmer of Ballygurtagh [Ballygibbon?] near Edenderry [Edenderry, Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown], Kings Co.) & John WILSON 3rd son of Benjamin WILSON yearly rent of £142 … WITNESSES: George MEARNS, Esq & Patrick CORBET  all of Dublin & Patrick READING.

NOTE: He may have been the Arthur GORE, son of Arthur GORE MP of Kilkenny and Dorothy MANLY.

NOTE: He may have been the Arthur GORE son of Sir Francis GORE & Lady Anne PARKE. SOURCE: Pue’s Occurrences Nov 14, 1741: John ECHLIN clerk, Arthur GORE Esq and Mary his wife – Plaintiff Thomas MOORE, Richard MOORE and others – Defendants
... interest in lands in Birr in Kings co, and other lands in Tipperary ...

 

173

351

116505

COULTER, Alexander

Louth

1755, Mar 14 1746, Oct 8

COULTER, Alexander & MURPHY 1746-1758 1739-1810

(TI Bk 73)

A Memorial of a lease dated the eight day of October one thousand seven hundred & forty six whereby Alex Coulter of Dundalk in the County of Louth Tanner did demise & set unto Patrick Murphy  of the said town & County Miller all that and those  the house and tenement  then in the possession of Rose McVeagh otherwise called Rose Murphy  & Thomas Downey with the Garden & all the Appurt  thereunto belonging Situate in the Lower Ward of Dundalk  aforesaid containing  in front thirty one feet of thereabouts more or less bounded on the east  with the street of Dundalk  aforesaid on the West  with the little green then in possession  of Mark Sands on the North  with Sd Alex Coulters  Dwelling & Garden on the south  with Ambroses holding to hold for the term of Thirty-one years from the ninth day of the then inst Oct at the yearly rent of one pound four shilling Sterling payable Lord Limerick excepted which said lease is witnessed by Murtagh Mullholland Gent and John Murphy Taylor  both of Dundalk aforesaid  and this memorial is witnessed by the sd John Murphy & Barney Murphy of Dundalk aforesaid son to sd John Murphy - Patrick Murphy [SEAL} signed 14th of March 1755 at or near  half an hour after eleven o’clock in the forenoon.

 

173

525

117139

JACKSON, Robert

Kings

Tipperary

1754 May 15

Image 273

BTW William CLEBURNE of Ballycullilan Co. Tipperary Gent & John CLEBURNE eldest son & heir apparent of Wm CLEBURNE of 1st ot Robert PALMER of Cloghane Kings Co. Gent & Mary PALMER one of the daughters of said Robert PALMER of 2nd pt. James RUDDOCK the younger of Lorhoe and John CHAWNER of Ballyguyder both of Co. Tipperary Gent of 3rd pt. Marrriage btw John CLEBORNE & Mary PALMER £600 marriage portion. … Castletown & Lands of Ballycallalan otherwise Ballycullalon & park of Anagh otherwise Annagh Bunadubber other wise Bunadober the quarter and position of Killinboy and Knockballycollaton in Barony Lower Ormond Co. Tipperary … William CLEBURNE, Robert PALMER, Mary PALMER, James RUDDOCK and John CHAWNER in presence of Henry PALMER of BallyEgan, Robert JACKSON ye younger of Grange Gent & Edward PALMER eldest of said Henry PALMER all of Kings Co. Gent & Susanna PALMER of Cloghane, Kings Co. daughter to Robert PALMER. Robert PALMER [SEAL]

 

174

76

115204

RUTHERFORD

Monaghan

1739-1810

 

RUTHERFORD to HARRIS (TI Bk 45) Caddagh

x

174

78

115205

RUTHERFORD

Monaghan

1739-1810

 

RUTHERFORD to RUTHERFORD (TI Bk 45) Caddagh

x

174

479

117128

 

Meath

 

NOY-TANDYS

 

174

319

116338

JACKSON, Thomas

Kings

1755 Feb 20

Image 491

BTW Hon Montague Lord Viscount BLUNDELL of Kingdom of Ireland but now residing in Great Britain of 1 pt; Joseph INMAN of Ballybrtain [Ballybrittan, Parish Ballymacwilliam, Barony Warrenstown, Co. Offally] Kings Co., Thomas BEWLEY & John WILSON both of Edenderry [Edenderry  in Edenderry Urban, Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown] Kings Co., Farmers of other pt. .. demised plot of land in Town of Edenderry on which the Quaker Meeting House with the south houses and offices thereunto belonging now stands containing on the north side 138’ on the East side, 200’ on the west side 233’ making in the whole 1r 24p .. also that piece or plot of ground called the [Dissenters?] Graveyard containing 1r of ground all in Edenderry Kings Co. to hold to Joseph INMAN Thomas BEWLEY & John WILSON their executors … during life of William JACKSON 4th son of Thomas JACKSON of Monastrorus [Monasteroris, Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown] Kings Co., famer ages 17 years or so, Joseph BOARDMAN eldest son of John BOARDMAN of Ballycolgan [Ballycolgan, Parish Ballynakill, Barony Coolestown] Kings Co., farmer age 17 or thereabouts and Joseph PEARSON 3rd son of James PEARSON of Clonin [Clonin, Parish Ballyburly, Barony Warrenstown] Kings Co., Farmer … WITNESS Adam WILLIAMS of City of Dublin Gent & Henry ARNOTT of Edenderry Kings Co. Gent. John WILSON [SEAL] SEE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

 

174

345

116503

JACKSON, George

Galway

Kings

1752 Oct 20

Image 504

BTW William MOYLAN of Ballinuane Co. Gallway Gent of 1 pt & George JACKSON of Cullenuanein [Cullenwaine, Parish Cullenwaine, Barony Clonlisk] Kings Co. Gent on behalf of Mary NOLAN spinster .. lands in trust part of marriage agreement…

 

174

544

117420

JACKSON,

Micajah

Dublin

1755 May 13

JACKSON-VICKERS Book Index 1758-1768

Lease btw Micajah JACKSON of City of Corke Merchant of 1 pt & Jeremiah VICARS of Co Dublin Tanner of other part. Micajah devised tenement where VICARS dwelt at Crooked Staff in the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore, City of Dublin for term of 99 years. NOTE: In 1762, Trade, Property & Legal Notices from the ‘Corke Journal’: JACKSON, MICAJAH, Linen-Draper, next door to St. Peter's Church SEE: JACKSONs of Pimlicoe NOTE: Jeremiah VICARS was the husband of Joyce JACKSON (b. abt 1689) – daughter of Robert JACKSON & Joyce SHAW. NOTE: A Micajah JACKSON was a son of Rev. William JACKSON (d. abt 1734) of Cork and Anne PERRY of Tipperary.

 

174

545

117421

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1753 Dec 14

JACKSON-ROCHE Book Index 1758-1768

Henry JACKSON of City of Dublin did demise to Henry ROCHE of City of Waterford Merchant dwelling house etc on Georges St. In City of Waterford. Descry....

 

175

320

117220

JACKSON, George

Dublin

1754 Jul 2

JACKSON-SCHULTS Book Index 1758-1768

Rev. George JACKSON of City of Dublin granted to Nicholas SCHULTS of City of Dublin, Rockmaker waste ground in Pollbegstreet & Georges Street otherwise Stocking Lane in the suburbs of Dublin

 

175

327

117250

JACKSON, Richard

Queens

1751 Dec 24

JACKSON-FORBES Book Index 1758-1768

Btw Richard JACKSON of Mountmellick Queens Co Gent eldest son & heir at law of Nathaniel JACKSON late of Mountmellick aforesaid Gent dec’d of the one pt & James FORBES of City of Dublin... townlands of Drinagh & Garoon ... SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

 

175

440

117786

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1755 Mar 18

JACKSON-KIRWIN Book Index 1758-1768

Henry JACKSON, High Constable of City of Dublin demised to Pierce KIRWIN, merchant tenement on the east side of Church St in the Parish of New Saint Michans, Dublin [Oxmantown]

 

176

75

117222

JACKSON, Richard

Londonderry

1753 Jul 14

Image 45

JACKSON-McCACHAN aka McKATCHAN Book Index 1758-1768

Richard JACKSON Esq.of the one pt & Alexander MAKACHAN of Colerain Co Londonderry of the other.... transfer of part of townland of Donballykarn [Possibly Drumballyhagan Clark, Parish Kilcronaghan, Barony Loughinsholin], 47 acres situate in Manor of Clothmakers.... SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine. and JACKSONs of Tobermore.

 

176

88

117597

JACKSON,

Miles

Limerick

Cork

1755 Feb 2

Image 52

JACKSON-COX & ors Book Index 1758-1768

BTW Miles JACKSON of Lisduane, Co Limerick Esq. of 1 pt & William COX of Ballynoe Co. Limerick Esq. and William MASON of Dirrawlin Co. Limerick, Gent and Michael SCANLON of Mean Co. Limerick Gent of other pt. Miles JACKSON sold townlands Lisduane Gortnenagh Killaghto Ballyvollogue in Barony Connolloe Co. Limerick and one front stone house in parish Christ Church in City of Corke in tenure of James BARRY and others bounding on the west with Kings Street, on the north adjoining the house where Stephen WALSH then lived on the South with the house where John MAHONY then lived all being in the lane called Charter’s Lane in the South East Quarter of City of Cork and two other new built houses in said South East quarter of City of Cork, Parish of Christ Church in Charter’s Lane on the south adjoining holdings then in possession of Peter GUITHONG and two houses in tenure or occupation of Owen CULLENANE apothecary Parish St. Fin Barry’s [aka St Finbar's, Barony of Cork] in South suburbs of City of Cork … for term of 99 years beginning 5 Mar 1755 by virtue of a lease by John HODATOR late of City of Cork made to John BARBER and which by [Mosne?] assignment came to said Miles JACKSON the elder … Witnesses Charles McCARTHY of City of Cork Ale Seller, John SULLIVAN of City of Cork, Gent & Stephen AMBROSE of Liskennett Co. Limerick Gent … Miles JACKSON [SEAL]

 

176

290

118917

McCULLAGH

 

1746-1758

McCULLOCH David & wife to CLARKE SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

176

414

119399

JACKSON,

Mary & husb

Armagh

Dublin

1755 Nov 15

OBINS & wife-BLACKER Book Index 1758-1768

Btw Anthony OBINS of Portadown Co Armagh Chirugeon & Mary OBINS otherwise BURLEIGH otherwise JACKSON his wife and Samuel BLACKER of Dublin

 

176

468

119572

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1756 Jan 10

JACKSON-LAND Book Index 1758-1768

Rev. John JACKSON of Clonshagh in Co of Dublin for 300 pounds pd by Henry LAND of City of Dublin Gent 50 acres of Clansagh, Parish of Santry, Barony of Coolagh, Co Dublin SEE: JACKSONs of Santry.

 

176

492

119641

NOBLE

Monaghan

1746-1748

CLELLAND, Thomas-Brabazon NOBLE Carrickmacross.  maybe useful if I had more time

 

177

335

118454

BAILIE

 

1746-1751

ADAIR, Robt SR-BAILEY

 

177

506

119056

JACKSON, Anne aka Annas

Down

1755 Aug 18

JACKSON, James 1755 FERGUSON & ors Book Index 1758-1768

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

Btw Annas TATE otherwise JACKSON otherwise KELL of town of Newton, Co Down widow of the one part & Henry FERGUSON of Ballyrogan [aka Ballyreagan] Parish of Newtown & David PATTERSON of the town & co aforesaid Chandler, of the other part. Annas TATE in consid of 6 pounds to FERGUSON & PATTERSON garden in the back street of Newtown belonging to Thomas Kennedy for use of the Old Dissenting Congregation of Newtown. Memorial witnessed by Andrew CUMING & James THOMPSON both of Newtown & John MOOR and Jane MOOR both of Drumon parish of Aghlow & Co. Tyrone. NOTE: She was the widow of Gilbert JACKSON (1677-1723) Jane MOOR was her daughter. SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

15

177

549

119649

JACKSON, Richard

Armagh

Dublin

1755 Jul 11

LENNOX-BURTON

Forkhill. Townland Index 1739-1810

Image 612

William LENNOX of City of Dublin Banker to Bartholomew BURTON of London Esq. Reciting LENNOX to BURTON for loan of £4,200 British money to discharge much of said LENNOX’s bank or cash notes for debts of William LENNOX & George FRENCH his partner … assigned to Bartholomew BURTON his right to £4,500 as money current in Ireland being what remained due to him on a bond and warrant executed by Richard JACKSON formerly of City of Dublin but now of Forkhill Co. Armagh bearing date 15 May 1752  the [Penal?] Sum of £10,000 for payment of £2,000 [?] Judgement in Kings Bench … to William LENNOX of Manor of Stonebridge otherwise Forkhill & all other Towns Lands & Premises in Co. Armagh of him the said Richard JACKSON  … WITNESS: John WALLACE & Lennox BIGGER both of City of Dublin

 

178

1

117508

BAILIE

Dublin

1746-1758

LOWE, Samuel-BAYLY

Dorothea DAVIS otherwise BAYLEY- wife of Robert DAVIES

 

178

28

117659

WYNNE

Sligo

1754 Dec 11

WYNNE & Wife & Son – Ld Primate & others

Image 21

BTW Owen WYNNE the elder of Hazelwood [Hazelwood Demesne, Parish Calry. Barony Carbury] Co. Sligo Esq. & Owen WYNNE the younger of Hazelwood Esq. Major in the Hon Lieut Gen READ’s Regiment of Dragoons Eldest son & heir of Owen WYNNE the elder of 1st pt. George Lord Archbishop of Armagh Primate Metropolitan of all Ireland,,, and Rt Hon John PONSONBY Esq. one of his Majesty’s Privy Council … sept-partite deed … btw Owen WYNNE the elder & Catherine WYNNE otherwise FOLLIOTT wife to said Owen WYNNE of 1st pt; Owen WYNNE the younger of 2nd pt; George Lord Bishop of Armagh and John PONSONBY of 3rd pt; William ORMSBY of Willybrook [aka Willowbrook, Parish Calry, Barony Carbury] Co. Sligo Esq. & Edward MARTIN of Ballyglass (NOTE: there are 4 Ballyglass Townlands) Co. Sligo Gent of 4th pt The Hon Major General John FOLLOITT of Holybrook [Ballyhealy (Baile Uí Éilí) (aka Hollybrook Demesne), Parish Aghanagh, Barony Tirerrill] Co. Sligo & Robert MAXWELL Esq. eldest son & Heir of John MAXWELL of Farnhamon Co. Cavan Esq. of 5th pt The said John MAXWELL & Anne MAXWELL only daughter of John MAXWELL of the 6th pt; Marlborough STERLING of City of Dublin Gent of 7th pt…. in consideration of marriage btw Owen WYNNE the younger & Anne MAXWELL & £10,000 … many lands in Co. Armagh & Co. Sligo… incl John Lane Back Lane Kay Street Holbourne and Stephen Street [list of occupants …] Thomas Killeen, John Anderson, John Winterscale, Nicholas Wall, Robert and Thomas Mathews, Abraham Martin, Joseph Debutts, Widow JACKSON, Widow Hughes, Philip Bowen, Philip Cox, Mitchelburne Knox, Henry King, Charles Morton, Thomas Williamson, the Rev. Mr. Munns, John Smith, John Crooks, Widow Read, William Griffith, James Gibson, Matthew Phibbs, Widow Knox, William Vernon, and Thomas Knox –NOTE:  same as listed in 1838 in JACKSONs in Abstracts of Deeds Inrolled in Chancery]

 

178

42

117712

JACKSON, John

Dublin

Meath

Louth

1754 Jun 1

LOWTHER Book Index 1758-1768

Image 28

John JACKSON of Rathmaly Co Meath Gent of 1 pt  & John LOWTHER of Staffordstown Co Meath Gent of the other… town and lands of Knockatubber & Marshallrath cont 316 aces 34 p

NOTE: John JACKSON was likely the John JACKSON (d btw 1762-1780) son of Arthur JACKSON (d 1706) of Marshallrath. Co. Louth and Anne BARNES.

16d

178

185

118494

JACKSON, William

Dublin

Kildare

1755 Sep 30

BRYAN Book Index 1758-1768

Image 99

 Btw Mary AIKIN otherwise PAINE of City of London widow relict of Francis AIKIN late of Murragh Co. Dublin farmer deceased of 1 pt & Josiah BRYAN & William BRYAN both of the City of Dublin Merchants of the other part. Whereas a marriage is to be btw William JACKSON Gent City of Dublin of the 2nd pt… George AIKIN father of Frances AIKIN… holding formerly in possession of George AIKIN father of said Francis 53a formerly in possession of George AIKIN 48 1/2a in townlands of Westpaldstown [aka Westpalstown , Parish Westpalstown] Co. Dublin to hold to Josiah BRYAN & William BRYAN for lives of William AIKIN & Mary AIKIN WITNESS incl James BRYAN of Newtown Co Kildare & Samuel & James BRYAN of City of Dublin

NOTE: A PAIN-JACKSON marriage in a future generation may be linked: 27 August 1856 Dunlecky, Co. Carlow. Jacob JACKSON of Hacketstown and Mary Francis PAINE of Bagenalstown SEE: JACKSONs - one line based in Co. Carlow & Co, Wicklow  

16d

178

290

118908

JACKSON,

Lawrence

Dublin

Sligo

1755 Sep 13

JACKSON-WYNNE

Image 152

Btw Laurence JACKSON City of Dublin Gent and grandson & heir at law of Edward JACKSON late of City of Dublin formerly of Sligo, Co. Sligo Esq deceased of 1 pt John WYNNE of Hazelwood [Hazelwood Demesne, Parish Calry. Barony Carbury], Co. Sligo Esq Capt in Gen BRAGGs Regiment of Foot in Ireland of other pt. In consid of £147.10.6  granted park in Ballydoogan [Parish of St. John's. Barony of Carbury.] commonly known by name of Kevin’s Park then possessed by Edward JACKSON containing 11a 2r meared on east with part of Sir Francis LYSTER’s estate on the West with Mr. ROSS’s holding on the North with the road leading to Sligo & on the south with Mr. BUNTIN’s holding in Co. Sligo … held granted by lease held by Benjamin BURTON of City of Dublin Alderman deceased unto said Edward JACKSON. WITNESS: Thomas HILLAS of City of Dublin Gent & Owen COLEMAN of Dublin aforesaid Yeoman. Laurence JACKSON [SEAL] NOTE: BUNTIN connection to JACKSONs of Lisburn. NOTE: Based on contemporary maps, it would seem that this is now MITCHELL-CURRY Park. It is west of the centre of Sligo Town. SEE: Map. Or it could be Kevins Fort SEE: Other Map.

 

178

291

118909

JACKSON,

Lawrence

Dublin

Sligo

1755 Nov 4

Book Index 1758-1768

Image 152

WYNNE

Btw Laurence JACKSON City of Dublin Gent and grandson & heir at law of Edward JACKSON of City of Dublin formerly of Sligo Esq deceased of 1 pt John WYNNE of Hazelwood [Hazelwood Demesne, Parish Calry. Barony Carbury],, Co. Sligo Esq Capt in Gen BRAGGs Regiment of Foot in Ireland of other pt.…. JACKSON demised to WYNNE Tenements and Dwelling Houses in the front to Key Street & Backland in Sligo, Co. Sligo containing in length to Key Street 100’ and in front to Back Lane 234’ and in depth to Key Street 230’ and in depth to said lane to west End 109’ bounded on the East to the said Key Street to the South on said Backlane and on the west to the plot in possession of Arthur MARTIN on the north to the Garden Dwelling Houses or Plotts… also house where Hanna LYTTLE lived in Key street 31’ in depth to the further end of the Garden 108’ bounded on the East with street pavement and on the north with Edward HUGHES plott and on the west with James ROSS’s garden on the south with James ROSS House… Laurence JACKSON [SEAL] NOTE: The name Laurence JACKSON is not common. A possible previous generation: a Laurence JACKSON who died aft 1659 had a son Josias JACKSON who died bef 1659 of College Green, Dublin, wife Elizabeth. Brother Joseph JACKSON sisters Mary, Sarah & Martha. Also, an Edward JACKSON married a Dorcas ORMSBY of Willowbrooke, [Willowbrook, Parish Calry, Barony Carbury] ] Co. Sligo. SOURCE: Bethams Abstracts. She was a daughter of Co. William ORMSBY & Mary GORE. Mary GORE was a daughter of Sir Francis GORE and Anne PARKE NOTE: Could Key Street be Quay Street? SEE: Map.

16d

178

291

118910

JACKSON,

Lawrence

Dublin

Sligo

1755 Nov 4

Book Index 1758-1768

This seems to be an incorrect Mem #.

WYNNE see above – just different Sligo lands

16d

178

291

118916

McCULLAGH

 

1746-1758

Image 152

McCULLOCH David & wife to BEATTY SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

178

291

118917

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1755 Aug 5

Image 153

BTW David McCULLAGH of Town of Antrim Merchant and his wife and Margaret LARIMOR wife of Joseph LARIMOR of Belfast And Archibald M’ALLISTER and Henry JOY both of Belfast Gents Trustees of said Margaret LORIMOR of 1st pt and John CLARKE of Ballynickle [Ballynichol, Parish Comber (Castlereagh Lower portion), Barony Castlereagh Lower] Parish Cumber Co. Down of other pt.

 

178

328

119051

PUREFOY, Martha

 

 

BRIEN

NOTE: The numbers do not align. There is no 119051 in Bk 178. Also not in book 177. SEE: Purefoy Family Tree.

 

178

519

119796

McCULLAGH

 

1746-1758

McCULLOCH Jas to EDMONDSTONE SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

178

547

119891

DOWNING

Coleraine

1756 Feb 10

John DOWNING gave Sarah and Charles a marriage settlement, witnesses Alexander CLOTWORTHY and Rowe DOWNING. NOTE from Penny Thorn

 Marriage btw John DOWNING of Rowes Giftin [Roes Gift, Parish Ballyscullion, Barony Loughinsholin] Co Londonderry sq & Ann DOWNING his wife of 1st part.  Charles DAWSON of Castle Dawson [Parish Castledawson] Co Londonderry & Sarah DOWNING of the sd John & Ann DOWNING of the 2nd pt. Richard JACKSON of Colerain Esq of 3rd pt;… marriage btw Charles DAWSON & Sarah DOWNING… made over to John DAWSON & Richard JACKSON town and lands of Warrenstown & other townlands in Co Meath… 500 pounds marriage portion. NOTE: Sarah DOWNING’s grandmother was Anne JACKSON, wife of Col Adam DOWNING. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

16d

179

22

118407

BAILIE

 

1746-1751

ANDERSON, Letitia-BEATTY

 

179

42

118500

BARTON

Waterford

1755 Sep 30

Indenture btw Thomas BARTON of Glynpatrick Co. Waterford of 1 pt & Nathaniel BARTON of same of other part. Leased land of Glynatrick.

16d

179

73

118918

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1755 Nov 14

McCULLOCH David & wife to McROBERTS

David McCULLAGH & wife Jane of Town of Antrim & Margaret LORIMER and Henry JOY trustees for Margaret LORIMER leased land to McROBERTS in Ballynickle, Parish of Comber, Co Antrim. To James McMULLAN SEE: McCULLAGH connections

16d

179

77

118921

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1755 Nov 14

McCULLOCH David & wife to McMULLAN

David McCULLAGH & wife Jane of Town of Antrim & Margaret LORIMER wife of Joseph LORIMER of Belfast leased land to SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

179

495

122007

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1756 Aug 26

BOOKER Book Index 1758-1768

Edwin THOMAS Joyner of Dublin made over to Francis BOOKER & Thomas JACKSON of Dublin City Glass makers a house or tenement known as Col Lovett’s house situate on the east side of the Bling Key City of Dublin with large flagged yard behind said house back to the river Anna Liffey bounded on the north by Kings pavement facing to the river and on the east to a holding in possession of Mr. STAFORD…. [a page of description of the land follows]

16d

179

572

122782

JACKSON, John

Dublin

Mayo

1756 Nov 26

BROWNE & ors Book Index 1758-1768

Indented deed btw John JACKSON of Dublin of 1st pt. Jacob BROWNE of Kelticola [?] Co Mayo Esq. of 2nd pt; Dominick BROWNE of Rehard Co. Mayo Gent & Bridget BROWNE otherwise BLAKE his wife of 3rd pt & Francis BLAKE of Moyne Co. Mayo Esq. & eldest son Charles BLAKE heir apparent of Francis BLAKE reciting deed of release 7 Jan 1703  & Articles of intermarriage 13 Jun 1721 concerning marriage of Francis BLAKE with Frances his wife & articles bearing date 17 Sept 1735 concerning marriage of Dominick BROWNE with his wife Bridget… 1741 JACKSON had transferred to Jacob BROWNE his interest [in what exactly this interest was is not mentioned] John JACKSON SEAL.

16d

180

79

124629

JACKSON Rev. Daniel

Dublin

1757 May 28

Lease & release btw Rev. Daniel JACKSON of Tullamore [Tullamore, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan],  in Kings Co. Clerke of the one part & Nathanial DONNALLAN of Artain in Co. of Dublin Esq. of the other part Town and lands of Darndale 64 a in Parish of Coolock, Co. Dublin

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 SEE: JACKSONs of Santry.

 

180

141

119887

PUREFOY, Martha

Dublin

Tipperary

1755 Feb 7

QUINLAN

Image 78

BTW Martha PUREFOY of City of Dublin Widow relict of William PUREFOY late of City of Dublin Esq. deceased of 1 pt. Denis QUINLAN of Shanaknock Co. Tipperary farmer of the other pt. demised Shanaknock, Barony Kilnemannah Co. Tipperary

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree.

 

180

181

120047

JACKSON, Charles

Armagh

1756 Feb 17

JACKSON-HUTCHINSON Book Index 1758-1768

Charles JACKSON near town of Armagh bond payable to Samuel HUTCHESON of Killiny [probably Killuney, Parish Armagh (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West], Co Armagh; interest payable to George HUTCHESON of Killuny [probably Killuney, Parish Armagh (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] for park of land in Parish & Co Armagh was demised to said Charles JACKSON by Thomas Townley DAWSON of Dublin. Witnesses incl  John KENNEDY & William DICKY both of Armagh, Co. Armagh

 

180

247

120382

 

 

 

THOMPSON, James – his will

 

180

277

120516

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1756 Apr 19

JACKSON-LANCAKE Book Index 1758-1768

Image 147

Isaac LANCAKE of City of Dublin, Carpenter to Thomas JACKSON of the same City, Glass seller... ground on west side of Frederick St, Parish of St. Anne Dublin 24’ wide and in depth westward to Stable Lane bounded on East to Frederick St. on the west to Stable Lane and on North to a lot of ground that day demised by William WILDE of City of Dublin to Thomas KNOX of City od Dublin Plaisterer & Painter and to south lot of ground demised by William WILDE to Mathew FORD Esq. WITNESS: Thomas JACKSON Glass seller & John HUTTON Gent both of Dublin.

 

180

278

8986

JACKSON

Londonderrry

1739-1810

JACKSON-HAYCAMP NOTE: I am unsure of the book number. In Bk 18. #8986 is not this memorial

q

180

360

120885

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1756 May 8

McCULLAGH John to LEVINGTON 1746-1758

Image 190

John McCULLAGH of Drumsallen [Drumsallan Lower and/or Drumsallan Upper], Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny,], Parish & Co Armagh of 1 pt & Archibald LIVINGSTON & Nichola LIVINGSTON his the said John McCULLAGH’s nephew & niece of the other part ... made over parcel of land Seikiak in townland Drumsallaen to him that had been granted to his father Archibald McCULLOGH by Mrs. Jane BOND. WITNESS; Hugh CUMING of Belfaran [?], Co. Antrim, Andrew PRENTICE of Armagh, Co Armagh Gent. NOTE: In terms of OLIVER-McCULLAGH connections it is worth noting that Drumsallen borders on Mullintur. SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

180

445

121272

ORMSBY

Sligo

1753 Mar 14

Image 242

Robert ORSBY of Sligo Apothocary of Sligo, Co. Sligo of 1 pt & John GIBSON of Sligo Co. Sligo of other pt. NOTE: This Robert ORMSBY was the son of John ORMSBY & Anne GORE.

 

180

506

122092

 

Down

1755 Oct 20

Btw James STEVENSON of Killileagh Co. Down Esq of 1 pt & Henry BAILIE of Killileagh, Co. Down Shoemaker… dwelling house on back street of Killileagh for natural lives of Rose BAILIE & Rachel DOWLIN wife and sister in law of Henry BAILLIE & John BROWN son of John BROWN late Gauger of Killyleagh

 

180

507

126386

JACKSON, Anne

 

 

JACKSON NOTE: The clerk recorded vol 180 but it should be 189-507-126386

Image 599

 

181

13

119240

DONALDSON

Armagh

1739-1810

DONNALDSON-DONNALDSON Freduff aka Freeduff

DONALDSON-DONALDSON Book 2 (1739-1810)

x

181

93

120060

McCULLAGH

 

1746-1758

McCULLOCH Jas to CRAWFORD  SEE: McCULLAGH connections

x

181

348

120946

JACKSON, Erasmus

 

1758-1768

Book Index 1758-1768

STRANGMAN

 

181

391

121060

JACKSON, Henry

 

1758-1768

LARKIN Book Index 1758-1768

 

 

181

498

1215

 

Monaghan

1739-1810

KER-VERNER Book 45 (1739-1810)  Corduffles

 

182

44

120046

JACKSON, Charles

Armagh

1756 Feb 10

JACKSON-HUTCHESON Book Index 1758-1768

Charles JACKSON, city of Armagh, yeoman bond payable to George HUTCHESON of Killuny [Killuney, Parish Armagh (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] Gent land in possession of Charles JACKSON previously enjoyed by Alexander MORTON late of City of Armagh. echoes ROD: 180-181-120047.

 

182

304

120880

Oliver

Limerick

1746-58

Anthony WOLFE – OLIVER

Image 149

Rev John OLIVER

 

182

551

122644

JACKSON, Dorcas

Sligo

1756 Oct 14

JACKSON-ORMSBY Book Index 1758-1768 Barony Corran. CarrowmcLenanay Carrowreagh

Cross, Cloonegashell

Image 282

Dorcas JACKSON of Sligo, Co. Sligo widow of 1 pt & William ORMSBY of Willowbrook [Willowbrook, Parish Calry, Barony Carbury] Co. Sligo Esq , transfer of Emlaghnaghten [Emlaghnaghtan, Parish Emlaghfad, Barony Corran] the half quarter of Land of Lurgen the half quarter of Tinaghrae the half quarter of Pharrowmackleneny the half quarter of Carrowreagh [possibly Carraroe (An Cheathrú Rua) (aka Carrowroe), Parish St. John's. Barony Carbury] the half Quarter of Tonporna [Tonaponra, Parish Toomour, Barony Corran] the half quarter of Turpona the half quarter of Ardsallagh & the 9 acres of Lurgagibba in Barony Corren, Co. Sligo. WITNESS: Thomas HILLAS & Wynne HILLAS both of City of Dublin

 

183

264

122802

JACKSON, John

Antrim

1756 Nov 5

SOURCE: Crossley’s Abstracts

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

Belfast Town a piece of ground 34 ft vent in the Round entry High St.

BTW George HUGHES, Belfast of 1 pt & John JACKSON, Belfast shoemaker of the other pt. Part of round in the Round Entry on the south side of High Street, Belfast, late part of Patrick HAMILTON’s containing 34 feet ….

 

183

269

122824

DAWSON

 

1746-1758

DAWSON, Josua-HAWKINS

 

183

320

123005

VANCE, E

 

1748-1758

VANCE-LEDBETTER

 

183

343

123039

McCULLAGH, Fulk

Monaghan

1756 Dec 2

Roger McMAHON of Mullaghbrack, Co. Monaghan & John BARLOW Esq. of 1st pt & Alexander McDONALD of Templetate of 2nd pt. Interest in lease of Mullaghbrack, MOG, excepting house and garden. WITNESS: Fulk McCULLAGH; Felix McDONALD of Co. Monaghan & Meredith McCANN Schoolmaster of Co. Monaghan. DSch.

NOTE: There may be a transcription error re: the name “Fulk”. SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

183

575

123958

 

 

1758-68

Thomas JOHNSTON – TIPPING

 

184

75

122061

JACKSON,

Temperance

Tipperary

Dublin

1756 Sept 1

JACKSON-HAUGHTON Book Index 1758-1768 Wood Roof [Woodroffe],

Temperence JACKSON spinster of Wood roof in Co. Tipperary of one pt & Joseph HAUGHTON of Meath St Co & City of Dublin Tallow Chandler of other pt....demised house in south side of Cork St in Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore & City of Dublin... details. NOTE: ROD: 189-507-126386 for her marriage to Joseph VIZE.

 

184

178

122506

JACKSON, Richard

Queens Co

1756 Oct 4

JACKSON-SABATIER Book Index 1758-1768

Richard JACKSON of Mountmellick... SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

 

184

216

122663

DAWSON

Monaghan

1756 Sept 29

DAWSON, Francis-JOHNSTON 1746-1758

Btw Francis DAWSON of Dromore, Co Monaghan, Gent & Collin JOHNSTON of  of Cortrean, Co. Monaghan... transfer 85 acres of Dromore...

 

184

427

123640

JACKSON, Daniel & ors

Dublin

1757 Feb 14

WYNNE-ENRAGHT Book Index 1758-1768

Rev. John WYNNE of City of Dublin of 1 pt & Rev. John ENRAGHT of Bettiville, Co. Carlow Clerk of other pt... lots of names incl Rev. Daniel JACKSON Clke of 3rd pt.... lands in Dublin SEE: JACKSONs of Santry.

 

185

41

122155

McCLELLAND

Down

1756 Sep 16

CLELLAND, John-CLELLAND1746-1748

Elizabeth McCLELLAND mother of John McCLELLAND ...Ballyalquin, Co Down

 

185

140

122529

DAWSON

Dublin

1753 Oct 13

DAWSON, John-WALSH 1746-1758

John DAWSON of City of Dublin, Banker – Peter WALSHE of same City Cooke..... land known by sign of Black Lion latterly in possession of Daniel COULTER.

 

185

300

123239

JACKSON, John

Carlow Wicklow 

1757 Jan 10

JACKSON-WHELAN Book Index 1758-1768

John JACKSON to John WHELAN of Liscoleman, Co. Wicklow  indorsed and indenture dated 1749 Mar 22  where JACKSON sold to WHELAN the lands of Williamstown, Barony of Rathvilly, Co Carlow for lives of said John JACKSON William JACKSON & George GILLSTRAP

 

185

366

123462

JACKSON,

Margaret & husb

Wexford Kilkenny Tipperary

1757 Jan 24

BOYCE & Wife-ROBINS Book Index 1758-1768  had p307 – an error.

Thomas BOYCE of Grange in Co Wexford & Margaret BOYCE otherwise JACKSON his wife set to Joseph ROBBINS the younger of Ballyduff, Co. Kilkenny Esq.. lands of Ballyvoneen in Barony of Stewardagh & Cumpsy Co of Tipperary

 

185

366

123463

JACKSON,

Margaret & husb

Wexford Kilkenny Tipperary

1757 Jan 24

ROBINS-BOYCE see above #123462

 

185

430

123742

NOBLE

Monaghan Longford

1746 Sep 1

GRAHAM-NOBLE 1739-1810 Armaghbregagh [Armaghbrague, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] Ballymacowen

Btw Richard GRAHAM of Culmain, Co. Monaghan & Adam NOBLE of Longfield in said Co. Gent.

 

185

472

123907

JACKSON, Daniel & John & ors

Dublin

1757 Feb 12

BEVER & ors-JACKSON Book Index 1758-1768

Image 578

BTW Samuel BEVER of City of Dublin Esq otherwise called Samuel Bever SHERIGLEY Major in Regiment of Foot commanded by Thomas MURRAY and Mary BEVER otherwise SHERIGLEY his wife of the 1st pt.  Revd. John WYNNE of City of Dublin Doctor of Divinity of 2nd pt. Revd. John JACKSON of Clonsagh, Co Dublin of 3rd pt Henry GLASCOCK of City of Dublin Gent of 4th pt & James GLASCOCK of City of Dublin Esq and Rev. Daniel JACKSON of Tullamore [Tullamore, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan],  Kings Co. of 5th pt. ... lots of lands in Barony Coolock Co. Dublin and holdings in Clondalkin, Co. Dublin SEE: JACKSONs of Santry.

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

 

185

559

124275

HAMILTON

Monaghan

1757 May 3

HAMILTON-HAMILTON

A house on the Hill (possibly ?Aviemore). Dacre Hamilton to James Hamilton of town & county of Monaghan. Reg witnessed by Richard Battersby & James Magwood. Said house on the hill where said Dacre did reside with offices etc &

Field in Mullaghmonaghan commonly called Quails field in possession of Phelimy Duffy & also park called Swan Park & field called Ellis’s field

Mentioned Lady Blayney & Richard Ellis

Original witnessed by Richard Owen & Richard Battersby

 [Errant line in notes James, Skeffington & Dacre – 3 sons of said Dacre Hamilton (1747) need to check] Transcription thanks to Peter McWilliam.

 

186

59

122714

 

Monaghan

1758-68

James JOHNSTON his will

James JOHNSTON of Cordoolough, Co Monaghan, Gent …son James JOHNSTON real estate for his life his daughter Sarah JOHNSTON… to Sarah 1000 pounds… brother Francis JOHNSTON for life…… brother David JOHNSTON for life….. wife Hanna JOHNSTON 20 pounds a year.. EXECUTOR: Richard GRAHAM & Francis LUCAS of Greenmount Esq…

 

186

63

122888

JACKSON, Richard

Queens

1756 Dec 3

TARLETON Book Index 1758-1768

Richard JACKSON of Mountmellick of 1 pt SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

 

186

169

123753

JACKSON, Daniel & ors

Kings

1757 Feb 28

CHAIGNEUX Book Index 1758-1768

Image 105

BTW James GLASCOCK of City of Dublin Esq & Rev. Daniel JACKSON of Tullymore [Tullamore, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan], Kings Co  of 1 pt. Samuel BEVER of City of Dublin Esq. otherwise called Samuel Bever SHERIGLEY … [see other deeds re an old trust]

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

 

186

556

125820

O’LAUGHLIN

Limerick

1756 Nov 6

O’LAUGHLIN-HAMILTON 1746-1758

Image 303

BTW Bernard O’LOGHLEN of City of Limerick Gent of 1 pt & Letitia HAMILTON of City of Limerick widow of other pt. … WITNESS: John McGROGOR of City of Limerick Chandler & John LOGHLEN of City of Limerick Porter Letisha HAMILTON [SEAL]

 

187

147

124298

WRIGHT

Monaghan

Armagh

1757 Apr 5

WRIGHT & Wife- GRAHAM  1739-1810 Lettmicollin

Image 417

BTW William WRIGHT & Rose WRIGHT otherwise REED his wife of Monage Co. Monaghan of 1st pt. Reedy WRIGHT of Monage Co. Monaghan weaver eldest son and heir of William WRIGHT and Rose WRIGHT of 2nd pt & Capt Arthur GRAHAM of City of Dublin Esq. of 3rd pt. … release of land of Lettmicollen [Latmacollum, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] as the same was demised to John REED deceased by Arthur GRAHAM late of Ballyheridan [Ballyheridan, Parish of Lisnadil (Armagh portion), in the Barony of Armagh] Co. Armagh deceased … William WRIGHT [SEAL]

 

187

185

118494

JACKSON, William

 

 

HODDER

In the names index, the clerk had the numbers recorded incorrectly. See beneath

17

187

264

124861

JACKSON, William

Cork

1757 Apr 5

JACKSON-HODDER Book Index 1758-1768

NAMES: Rev. William JACKSON of Balyolane aka Ballyvaloon, Co. Cork; George HODDER; Thomas BARTER [pos. Thomas BARKER] of Anagh, Co. Cork; Rt. Hon Edward SOUTHWELL; John NASH, Esq. of Brinny; Elizabeth FRANKLYN; John VAUGHAN; William SNOWE; Gregory PHILPOTT. OTHER PLACES: Currane Treilshane in “Kinnelea” Barony aka Barony Kinalea Co. Cork Thanks to Vancouver Mike. SEE: Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross, Volume 1. William Maziere Brady.

 

187

272

124912

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1757 Feb 18

McCULLOCH Jas to MURPHY 1746-1758

Image 481

James McCULLAGH of Camley [Camly (Macullagh), Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper.], Co. Armagh Esq. demised to Christopher MURPHY and Michael MURPHY of Crewmeycee [possibly Creevekeeran Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], in Co. Armagh lands of Lissawry [either Lissaraw Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper or Lissaraw, Parish Killevy (Upper Orior portion), Barony Orior Upper] part of town and lands of Crewmeyer in their actual possession 160a in Barony of Fews Co. Armagh saving and reserving all Timber or other Trees underground and & one moiety of Woods and Underwoods & Timber … Mines, Minerals, Quarries & Royalties & all Waters Watercourses Mills Milldams Wires & Roads with Liberty to cut turf. … WITNESS: John McILVINE of the Fews farmer & James MACULLA of Armagh, Co. Armagh Gent. Memorial WITNESS: James MACULLA & Patrick HOUSTON of Armagh, Co. Armagh Apothecary. James McCULLOCH [SEAL]

SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

187

273

124913

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1757 Feb 18

McCULLOCH Jas to CALLAHAN 1746-1758

Image 481

James McCULLAGH of Camoley Camley [Camly (Macullagh), Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper.], Co. Armagh Esq. of 1 pt & James CALLAHAN of Glassdrumaghy [Glasdrumman, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper]  Co. Armagh Gent of other pt.  Part of Townlands of Glassdrumaghy & Corrackminconey [possibly Carrickamone Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper],  in his actual possession 11a … in Barony of Fews … WITNESS: Patrick CALLAGHAN of the Fews Co. Armagh farmer & James MACALLA of Armagh, Co. Armagh Gent. WITNESS: James MACULLA & Patrick HOUSTON of Armagh, Co. Armagh Apothecary. James McCULLOCH [SEAL]

SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

187

274

124915

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1757 Feb 18

McCULLOCH Jas to CALLAHAN 1746-1758

Image 482

James McCULLAGH of Camoley [Camly (Macullagh), Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper],, Co. Armagh Esq. of 1 pt & Patrick CALLAHAN of Mongoleagh Co. Armagh Gent of other pt.  Part of Townland of Mongoleagh [Monaguillagh, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] Crewkeyrer [Creevekeeran, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] Corrackinconey [possibly Carrickamone Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper],  in his actual possession 99a … in Barony of Fews … WITNESS: Patrick CALLAGHAN of the Fews Co. Armagh farmer & James MACALLA of Armagh, Co. Armagh Gent. WITNESS: James MACULLA & Patrick HOUSTON of Armagh, Co. Armagh Apothecary. James McCULLOCH [SEAL]

SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

187

456

125959

McCULLAGH

 

1757 Oct 24

McCULLOCH Alexr to HUTCHINSON 1746-1758

Image 574

BTW Alexander McCULLAGH of Town & Co. Armagh Innkeeper of 1 pt; Leland HUTCHESON of Killuny [Killuney, Parish Armagh (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West], in Parish & Co. Armagh Ghent of other. In consideration of £305.16.4 granted to Leland HUTCHESON part of lower half townland of Ballynerry [possibly Ballynewry , Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] in Parish Mullaghbrack Co. Armagh containing 80a formerly held by Alexander COODY … lives of Alexander COODY in said deed of release mentioned James McCULLAGH & William McCULLAGH sons of said Alexander McCULLAGH … lands of Blackwater Town then in possession of Alexander McCULLAGH containing in front 82’ with gateways into the Backyard as the same was laid out South joining the road leading to the Bridge of said Blackwater Town & on the Eastside joining Falls Tenement 93’ backwards from the front *=& in the Northside 92’ including the breadth of the Gateway down from the front & West side joining John HENDERSON’s tenement 93’ contains 31 1/4p in Blackwater Town Co. Armagh. WITNESS: Hugh CUMING of Beltaran [possibly Baltarran, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] Co. Armagh Gent & Andrew PRENTICE of Town & Co. Armagh Gent & John SCOTT of Armagh, Co. Armagh Gent.

SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

188

20

124336

BALL, John

Armagh

Kilkenny

1757 Jan 10

Image 17

 SOURCE: Original Notes from TGF Paterson:

John BALL of Three Castles, Co. Kilkenny. Esq  of 1 pt to Henry HARDEN of Harrybrooke Co Armagh Gent of other pt  for £166  BALL set to HARDEN townland of Ballyenan als Balls Moor [??] 50 acres in Parish Loughgilly Co Armagh late in tenancy of Rev. Dr. J. KEARNEY with liberty to sell turf off it for life of James HARDEN son of said Henry & lives of St John BLACKER son of Samuel BLACKER of Tandragee [Tanderagee, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion), Barony of Fews Lower,] & William BLACKER 2nd son of William BLACKER of Carrick, Co Armagh. for 61 years. WITNESSES: John JOHNSTON of Roxboro Esq. [aka Roxborogh - Dorsy (Cavan OHanlon) (Doirse Cabhain Uí Anluain or Rosks-brug) (aka Roxborough) Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper],  James HARDY of Dromart [Drumart, Parish Mullaghbrack (ONeilland West portion), Barony Orior Lower], junior, linen draper both of Co. Armagh. WITNESS: John JOHNSTON of Roxborough Esq. [aka Roxborogh - Dorsy (Cavan OHanlon) (Doirse Cabhain Uí Anluain or Rosks-brug) (aka Roxborough) Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper],   & James HARDY of Dromart Linen Draper all in said Co. [Armagh] John BALL [SEAL] NOTE: John BALL was the husband of Dorothy JACKSON. See JACKSONs of Colerain

 

188

44

119430

DAWSON

Dublin

Londonderry

1753 Aug 30

DAWSON, Arthur-CRAWFORD 1746-1758

Hon Arthur DAWSON of Dublin of one pt Samuel CRAWFORD of Toome, Co. Antrim, linen draper.... transfer of land in Londonderry

 

188

79

124629

JACKSON, Daniel & ors

Kings

1757 May 28

Book Index 1758-1768

DONNELAN

Btw Rev. Daniel JACKSON of Tullamore [Tullamore, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan],  Kings Co of 1st pt & Nehomiah DONALSON of Artain Co Dublin Esq. of the other pt…. town and lands of Darndale, parish & Barony of Coolock Co Dublin.

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 SantrySEE: JACKSONs of Santry.

16d

188

361

381

126001

GILMORE

Armagh

1739-1810

GILMER-SCOTT Adamsfield See below # 126002.

 

188

362

126002

GILLMER

Armagh

7 Nov 1757

GILLMER James deceased. Lease of property at Monoony [going from other deeds, probably Manooney, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh],  , 20 years, 7s:3d per acre pa, renewable if George BAKER late of Monoony obtains renewal from heirs of late James GILLMER signed as acting exor of Archibald SCOTT of Killilea [Killylea, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh]. Sworn 6 Aug 1757.

 

188

365

126019

JACKSON, Jeremiah

Limerick

1757 Oct 27

TIERNEY-JACKSON

Image 202

BTW Michael TIERNEY the Elder of City of Limerick Merchant of 1 pt & Jeremiah JACKSON of Cliffe Co. Northampton Kingdom of Great Britain Gent of 2nd pt. & Michael TIERNEY the younger and Edmond TIERNEY both of City of Limerick Merchants of 3rd pt Reciting in consid of £344.13.11 sold to Jeremiah JACKSON … ½ a in Parish Killealy North Liberties of City of Limerick & pt of Monobrahar cont 3a 1r  … pat of Ballynantibeg in said Liberties cont 34a formerly in possession of John WIGHT & undertenants to hold to said JACKSON & heirs

 

188

443

126264

PRINGLE

Armagh

Monaghan

Fermanagh

1757 Nov 17

PRINGLE-NIXON Killynure

Btw Rev. Robert PRINGLE of Madden Co Armagh clk of the 1 pt & Rev. Adam NIXON of Clontebrit, Co Monaghan & Richard HASSARD of Garden Hill Co Fermnanagh of other pt. between said Robert PRINGLE &  Frances PRINGLE otherwise ENERY of the 1st pt ; Adam NIXON & Richard HASSARD of the 2nd pt & Arthur ROBINSON of Ballynametagh [Ballynameta (Baile na mBiatach) (aka Wood Park), Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny] Co Armagh Esq. and William PRINGLE of Caledon Co Tyrone Gent of the 3rd pt…. nd the said Robert PRINGLE sold to Adam NIXON & Richard HASSARD the town and land of the Kennedies [Kennedies, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], containing one Balliboe Enoghsegert otherwise Enoghsogart [Enagh, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], containing one ballyboe Lisbano otherwise Lisonowe [Lisbanoe, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], containing one ballyboe Magherarville otherwise Maghererrall [Magherarville, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion)] containing one Balliboe Killyneure otherwise Killonure [Killynure, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] containing one ballyboe Aghamilly otherwise Aughavilly [Aghavilly, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], containing one Balliboe Lislea otherwise Lislough [Lislea, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] all situate lying and being in the County of Armagh… held by Robert PRINGLE by lease from and under the Vicars Choral and Organists of the Cathedral Church of St Patrick Armagh. To set the lands to Adam NIXON & Richard HASSARD their heirs etc. WITNESS: Richard WILSON & Hector GRAHAM City of Dublin. NOTE: I looked in NIXON in Names Index to see if there was anything to follow-up on. Not.

16d

188

507

126540

JACKSON, Annas

Tyrone; Newry; Banbridge,

1757 Aug 17

TATE-McCORD Book Index 1758-1768

Annas TATE of Newton, Co. Down, widow of John TATE late of Newtown Gent of 1st pt & Jane MOORE otherwise JACKSON wife of John MOORE of Drummon in Co Tyrone Gent & daughter to said Annas TATE of 2nd pt. John McCORD of Newry  Gent Rev. Henry JACKSON of Bannbridge [Banbridge]& Rev. James HUEY of  Newtown all of Co Down of 3rd pt….. did set that part of land in the north part in the town of Newtown & also sum of 100 pounds demised to her by will of John TATE & 50 pounds remainder of principal lent by Gilbert JACKSON in his lifetime to who the said Anne TATE is surviving executor… other bonds etc… . NOTE: Anne TATE’s 1st husband was Gilbert JACKSON (1677-1723). Jane MOORE was her only surviving child. SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

16d

188

555

126683

DAWSON

 

1746-1758

DAWSON, John-MOFFITT not of interest 2010

 

188

589

126778

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1757 Jul 25

JACKSON-WARNER Book Index 1758-1768

Image 315

Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin, Glassgrinder demised to George WARNER of same City Shoemaker shop on North side of the common entry of the House called the St. James Coffee House formerly kept near Essex Bridge Dublin with the little room behind the said shop and also the diningroom over that shop late in possession of Mr. DONALDSON also the back Garret Eastwards over the Big Room of the said Coffee House …

 

189

5

124378

DOBBIN

Monaghan

1739-1810

DOBBIN-DOBBIN Book 45 (1739-1810)

Corfad

Image 337

BTW William DOBBIN of Corfad, Co. Monaghan, Gent of 1 pt & Thomas DOBBIN of Armagh Co. Armagh Gent & nephew of William DOBBIN of the other pt…  lease under Rev. Henry LESLIE of Ballybea  [aka Ballybay] Co. Monaghan …lives William DONAWIN Jane DONAWIN son & daughter to John DONAWIN of Narrow Water Co. Down & Margaret TURNER daughter to John TURNER of Corfad. … WITNESS: Hugh CUMING & Isaac GLENNY

 

189

151

124990

DOBBIN

Armagh

1757 Feb 8

Image 411

between Leonard DOBBIN of Curry in Co. Armagh gent of the one part and John McCULLAGH of Cladymore [Clady More, Parish Kilclooney (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] in Co. Armagh gent of the other part. For consideration of £100 for three fields of lands in the townland of Curry known by the name of the bleach green and the two fields adjoining above said green granted by Hugh WALTON of Richhill probably Rich Hill or Legacorry, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West]  Co. Armagh two George GRINDLE of Ballynewry [Ballynewry, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] Co. Armagh by indenture 5th June 1751 for the lives of Hugh WALTON James WALTON and William WALTON brothers of the said Hugh WALTON and the longest living of them. … half of the corn mill of Corry [Corry, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] and half of the land belonging to Anne Jean DOBBIN by the last will and testament of Joseph KIBBEN of Hillsborough Co. Down deceased wife of the said Leonard DOBBIN in right of whom the said Leonard DOBBIN became entitled … mill of Corey and the land belonging with said in the parish of Mullaghbreck Barony Lower Fews, County Armagh witnesses Thomas KENNEDY and John SCOTT of Armagh, County Armagh

 

189

175

125043

MOFFETT

Dublin

Down

1757 Jun 29

ANDERSON, John-MOFFETT 1746-1751

Image 425

BTW James ANDERSON of City of Dublin merchant of 1 pt & William MOFFETT of Co. Down Merchant of other pt.

 

189

507

126386

JACKSON,

Temperance & ors

Cork

Tipperary

1757 Jul 27

VIZE-JACKSON Book Index 1758-1768

Image 599

John VIZE of Donegall in Co Tipperary Gent & Joseph VIZE eldest son & heir of one pt & Micajah JACKSON & Wm PERRY both of City of Cork Merch of other pt. and said lease made btw John VIZE and Joseph VIZE of 1st pt & Ann JACKSON of Woodroffe in Co Tipperary widow & Temperance JACKSON spinster sole daughter of the said Ann JACKSON of the 2nd pt. The said Micajah JACKSON & William PERRY of 3rd pt John CARLETON of Darling Hill and William RYAL of Clonmel Tipperary Esq. of 4th pt & William ANDERSON of Aghacross Co. Cork Esq & William BAGELL of Clonmel Merchant of 5th pt. marriage of Joseph VIZE & Temperance JACKSON. 123a of Woodingstown Co. Tipperary held by John VIZE…. And 280a townland Donnegall otherwise Donegall in Barony Middlethird Co. Tipperary … 123a part of land of Woodingstown & all townland Donnegall... WITNESS William BARRETT of Castlebleake Co. Tipperary Gent William ANDERSON of Foxhall Co. Tipperary & George COLE of Clonmell Co. Tipperary. NOTE: In 1762, Trade, Property & Legal Notices from the ‘Corke Journal’: JACKSON, MICAJAH, Linen-Draper, next door to St. Peter's Church

NOTE: Micajah JACKSON was a son of Anne PERRY & Rev. William JACKSON, and I don’t yet know how he was connected to the JACKSONs of Crooked Staff, tanners. NOTE: IN 1761, 1761 Micajah JACKSON + William Cooke were Church Wardens of St. Peters Church, City of Cork. According to notes on his mother at a Geni website. His father was a Rev. William JACKSON ((?-1734) of Cork. One possible link if to the STRETTLE-JACKSONs of Co. Cork. It is possible that the Thomas JACKSON at the start of this STRETTLE JACKSON tree was a son of Robert JACKSON & Joyce SHAW.

 

189

531

126483

DAWSON

Monaghan

1754 Oct 7

DAWSON, John – his will & codicil 1746-1758

John DAWSON late of Dromore, son John DAWSON, minor, daughter Elizabeth, son William, nephew Francis DAWSON his sister’s son... Dromore, Co. Monaghan...

 

190

7

124943

1757 Jun 23

Armagh

Dublin

1739-1810

MAXWELL-McCARTNEY Ballyrea

Deed btw Rev. John MAXWELL of Rosebrook, Co. Armagh & Alexander HUTCHESON of City of Dublin Gent exors of the last will and testament of Hans HUTCHESON late of Ballyrea [Ballyrea, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Co. Armagh, but last of Newry Co Down Gent deceased of the 1 pt;  & James McCARTNEY of Armagh Merchant of the other… and with the consent and approbation of  John MAXWELL of Falkland Co. Monaghan Dr. of Divinity made over to  James McCARTNEY lands of Ballyrea. In Barony & Co of Armagh…. More legal

16d

190

362

127209

JACKSON, Richard

Meath

Armagh

1758 Feb 6

 ? CARRICK & ors Book Index 1758-1768 Killishandra etc

Btw Richard JACKSON of Forkhill & wife Nichola Anne JACKSON otherwise HAMILTON youngest daughter of Arthur Cecil HAMILTON… many townlands. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

15

190

574

128358

1750 May 13

Tipperary

1758 May 13

BARTON-BARTON

 Rent roll of the lands of Fethard in the estate of Thomas BARTON Esq. where he transferred to his son WiIliam BARTON hard all his estate in Tipperary

 

191

184

127573

JACKSON, John

Wicklow

Carlow

1758 Mar 13

JACKSON & ors Book Index 1758-1768

Btw John JACKSON of Kilmurry, Co Wicklow Gent of 1 pt & Thomas JACKSON Blacksmith & Joseph JACKSON both of Williamstown, Co Catherlogue (Carlow) of other pt…. Lands of Williamstown ten in possession of Thomas & Joseph JACKSON containing 105 acres 2 r Plantation measure meared and bounded on the north by Coole on the east by John JACKSON  party to said deed and lease on the south by James MULLOY on the west by Bryan and  Matthew COOGAN and Maurice MULLOY situate in Barony of Rathvilly, Co Catherlough. To hold for lives of John JACKSON party to deed; William JACKSON son of Joseph JACKSON of Kilmurry  & George GILSTRAP son of James GILSTRAP of Knockavagh, Co Carlow…..

 

191

389

128629

JACKSON

Limerick

1758 Jun 3

Richard MASON of Cappanchane, Co. Limerick Gent of the first. France MASON of the 2nd the said Richard Mason of Middle Temple esq… divorce… the two eldest son of Frances & Richard are Miles & Robert. Cliff JACKSON [Clifford JACKSON] is charged with overseeing the funds to take care of them.

 

191

402

128685

BREAKEY

Monaghan

28 Feb 1753

 

Andrew Brekey, Lismagonway, County Monaghan witnessed the will of Andrew Ker [sic], Portatrave, County Monaghan (Reg. 8 Jun 1758)

NOTE: Alan BREAKEY has done a complete transcription. Jan 2022.

 

192

0

127009

MENAGH

Armagh

1757 Oct 17

William STEVENSON of Edinborough [aka Edinburgh], grandson of James STEVENSON, Gent of Stewartstown, Tyrone of 1st part & James MENAGH, Merchant of Lurgan [probably Lurgan, Parish Shankill, Barony of Oneilland East] Armagh of 2nd part . NOTE: The property was not mentioned in these notes. For lives of Alexander MATTHEWS & Jane MATTHEWS (daughter of Alexander) and Margaret (wife of Alexander). Also lives of Alexander, Archibald & Daniel BELL. William & Arthur BROWNLOW, both deceased were mentioned. WITNESSES: William CHALONER & Henry DUMAS, both of Lurgan [probably Lurgan, Parish Shankill, Barony of Oneilland East], Co. Armagh.

 

192

109

126738

JACKSON, George, Rev

Louth

1757 Dec 22

JACKSON George Clerke Ardpatrick, Lowth Indented deed of Assignment recited George JACKSON & John BROWN Esq. Of Dunan, Kildare with consent of Margaret GIBTON, Marrow Bone Lane, Dublin Widow of  Thomas GIBTON, Gent deceased demised pt of lands of Killnemanoog (65a 2r 30p) unto John DILLON for 35 years at £95.7.22 pa rent. SEE: JACKSONS of Steeple

 

192

215

127339

JACKSON, Robert

Carlow

1757 Jul 20

Witness Robert JACKSON, town of Carlow.

 

192

591

129461

729461

 

 

Antrim

 

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

A home 23 ½ ft trent Pottingers Entry

YOUNG-RAMSEY

 

192

592

492

 

129462

JACKSON

Antrim

1758 Jul 13

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

A home 23 ½ ft trent Pottingers Entry

RAMSEY-JACKSON

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

A home 23 ½ ft trent Pottingers Entry

RAMSEY-JACKSON

Image 307

BTW John RAMSEY of Belfast Co. Antrim Carpenter of 1 pt & John JACKSON of Belfast Co. Antrim Shoemaker … Formerly possessed by Alistair McALISTER …. WITNESS: William THOMPSON & Henry JOY.

 

192

592

129463

JACKSON

Antrim

1758 Feb 2

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800 Belfast Town a piece of ground 34 ft vent in the Round entry High St.

HUGHES-JACKSON

Image 307

John JACKSON of Belfast Co. Antrim Shoemaker …

 

193

107

127036

 

Armagh

1756 July 6

Vicars Choral of Armagh-CAMPBELL

Image 378

BTW the Vicars Choral Organist of the College and Cathedral Church of Saint Patrick's Armagh of the one part and Thomas & Thomas CAMPBELL of Town of Armagh in Co. Armagh assignee of Jane SMITH of Bondville in the county of Armagh Spinster of the other part. To whom the premises were demised by Vicars Choral Organist of the College and Cathedral Church of Saint Patrick's Armagh … 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 Andrew McCARTNEY dwelt and the house wherein Sarah CLEMENTS and George WILLON now dwell being adjacent to the said house stead deemed part and parcel of this demised premises … WITNESS: James McCULLA & Samuel JOHNSTON both of Town of Armagh & John SCOTT of Town of Armagh.

 

193

533

128717

JACKSON, Philip & Richard & William & ors

Longford

Kings

1748 Jun 4

FERRALL Book Index 1758-1768

Image 607

BTW Mary McCALLY of Monesciba, Co. Longford widow of 1 pt & John FARRELL of City of Dublin Esq Doctor in Physick of the other part and the release made btw the said Mary McCALLY of 1st pt Philip JACKSON of Calloge in said Co. Gent & Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin eldest son & heir apparent of the said Philip JACKSON & William JACKSON of Calloge 2nd son of said Philip JACKSON and John FARRELL of 3rd pt … town and lands of Calloge, Monedarragh and a suitable proportion of Cambogg all in Co. Longford & also 7th pt of lands of  [Casind? –[Cushina, Parish of Ballykean, in the Barony of Upper Philipstown]] and Monesvane?

 [Moanvane, Parish of Ballykean, in the Barony of Upper Philipstown], In Kings Co. & one 7th pt of Four Front Houses Two Back Houses and a deal yard situate in Earl St. in Suburbs of City of Dublin …

 

194

4

127222

DICKIE

Armagh

1758

DICKIE, William –A raising £30 on lease on property in Armagh from Thomas Townley DAWSON, 17 Aug 1754 for 31 years. Subject to redemption.  lease on Armagh AnneChamley; John SCOTT

 

194

46

128558

JACKSON, Isaac

Dublin

1758 May29

William JOHNSTON – JACKSON

 Btw William JOHNSTON of City of Dublin Clothier of 1 pt & Iaaac JACKSON of City of Dublin Stationer of the other pt. JOHNSTON demised to JACKSON 5 houses or tenements in Mill Street otherwise Tanners Row. In the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore City of Dublin JACKSONs of Pimlicoe

16d

194

47

128559

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1757 Jul 18

JACKSON Book Index 1758-1768

Marriage William JACKSON- Elizabeth GEORGE

for £40 ster William JACKSON, farmer of Killemarcule(?), Parish of Tallow Dublin, & Elizabeth JACKSON orse GEORGE, wife of William JACKSON unto Isaac JACKSON, Stationer of Meath Street, Dublin of several parcels of land in Rosebushfield in pa & man'r of Crumlin, Dublin, formerly in possession of Elizabeth JACKSON [15a 2r 8p] for remainder of 31 year term, subject to redemption on date mentioned. WITNESSES: Thoms RICHEY & Mathew DANIEL. NOTE: Isaac is most likely the book publisher [1705-1722] but I can’t yet place this William JACKSON.

Thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

194

47

128559

JACKSON, Isaac

Dublin

1758 May 9

JOHNSTON-JACKSON

Deed of Mortgage between William JOHNSTON of Co Dublin, Clothier of one part & Isaac JACKSON of Dublin, Stationer… JOHNSTON sold to JACKSON  five houses or tenements ground & premises  situate on Mill Street otherwise Tanners Row  in the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore  sworn 1758 May 31 SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

 

194

56

128620

THOMPSON, Elizabeth

Armagh

1754 Jun 2

THOMPSON, Elizabeth – her will Lettemacullum,

Elizabeth THOMPSON of Derryree, Co. Fermanagh, widow, Husband Edward THOMPSON deceased…left lands in Lettermacullum [Latmacollum Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] to son William THOMPSON … daughter Catherine THOMPSON

 

194

101

128815

JACKSON, Richard

Armagh

1758 Jun 19

MITCHELL Book Index 1758-1768 Forkhill,

Image 58

Lease btw Henry HATCH of City of Dublin Esq Henry ARCHDALE of said City merchant & Timothy ALLEN of said City Alderman of one pt & Henry MITCHELL of City of Dublin other part. Release of indenture in 4 parts between  Henry HATCH, Henry ARCHDALL and Timothy ALLEN of one pt; Bartholomew BURTON of City of London of 2nd pt Richard JACKSON of Forkhill, Esq. of 3rd pt & Henry MITCHELL of 4th pt. Lots of lands mentioned in Forkhill in Barony of Orier, Co Armagh. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

See also ROD: 139-536-96011 for details on townlands.

Also ROD:76-2-52415 re Benjamin BURTON of City of Dublin with links to BARKERs and Eagle Hill, Co. Carlow.

 

194

217

129274

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1758 Jul 28

FIELDING Book Index 1758-1768

Image 177

Richard JACKSON Esq. of Ballriggan [Balriggan, Parish of Faughart], Co. Louth of 1st part & William FIELDING, merchant of Dublin City of 2nd part.

Messuage in Church Street [Oxmantown] Dublin city adjoining to North West to messuage formerly in possession of Col. Theophilus JONES, now in possess of MESS'R SHERWAND COMPANY containing 1 dwelling house in which Richard JACKSON, Esq. Dec’d formerly dwelt and lately in possess of George, Prince of Wales, in manner as held by Richard JACKSON, then George, Prince of Wales, from 28 March last for lives of William Henry DRURY, son of Richard DRURY, Richard DRURY, silk truster of Drazers Hill [aka Lazer’s Hill] & Edward DRURY nephew of Richard DRURY at £18 Ster with renewal for ever on payment of 1 peppercorn. George Edward HOWARD [aka Gorges Edmund HOWARD] executed deed by letter of att'y from Richard JACKSON. WITNESSES: John GRANT, Merchant of Dublin City; Henry Humphrey ADAMS, attorney HM Court of Exchequer; John WOODS. William FIELDING [SEAL]

NOTE: He may be related to the JACKSONs of Urker as well as to the JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

194

220

129287

DAWSON

 

1746-1758

DAWSON, John-SIMPSON James DAWSON not important. 2013.

 

194

239

129364

JACKSON, James

Kings.

1758 Jun 6

WEST Book Index 1758-1768 Parsontown,

WEST-JACKSON

James JACKSON, Gent, eldest son of Robert JACKSON releases to John WEST, Esq. attorney the two parks adjoining the green of Parsonstown [[aka Birr now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt] as laid out by Jeremiah HANKS, farmer of Parsonstown, Kings co. to Robert JACKSON and formerly held by Jeremiah HANKS known as Bettridges Park from date thereof during natural life of Joseph & Thomas HANKS, son of Jeremiah HANKS & survivor at rent and covenants as in sd release. Jeremiah HANKS, farmer formerly held parks to north of Bettridges Parks in Parsonstown, Kings Co.. Edward TRACEY & Michael MALLONON formerly in possession of parks to the east of Bettridges Parks in Parsonstown, Kings Co.. Thomas JESSOP & Peter BURKE, merchant formerly in possession of garden & parks to west of Bettridges Parks in Parsonstown, Kings Co. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

WITNESSES: Marlborough STERLING Esq. of Dublin City & George BOLTON, Gent of Dublin City.

Thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

194

325

129666

JACKSON, Mary

Tyrone

Antrim

1735 Aug 9

Image 634

BTW James TEMPLETON of Stewartstown Co. Tyrone Merchant & Mrs. Mary RAINEY als JACKSON widow of Robert RAINEY deceased late of Kilbegs [Kilbegs, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper], Co. Antrim of 1 pt. John BRYAN of Stewartstown merchant & George JACKSON of Steepell [aka Steeple, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper] Co. Antrim Gent of other pt. Marriage to shortly be had btw George TEMPLETON & Mary RAINEY released to John Bryan & George JACKSON tenements in Stewartstown Tamalinan [Tamnylennan, Parish Donaghenry, Barony Dungannon Middle] & Drumnagullan [Drumagullion, Parish Donaghenry, Barony Dungannon Middle] in Manor of Castletown Co. Tyrone & tenements in Drumout Corlanan [possibly Carnenny (Cor an Aenaigh), Parish Desertcreat, Barony Dungannon Upper] & Killymuck [possibly Killyneedan, Parish Desertcreat, Barony Dungannon Upper] in Parish Deserter Co. Tyrone in Trust … WITNESS: Rev. Benjamin SKELTON of Dearmount [?] Co. Antrim Clerke & William SKELTON of Donagar [possibly Donegore, Parish Grange of Nilteen, Barony Antrim Upper] or Donegore, Parish Donegore, Barony Antrim Upper] Co. Antrim. & William RAINEY of Stewartstown. Mary TEMPLETON otherwise RAINEY [SEAL]

SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim and JACKSONs of Tobermore. NOTE: Robert RAINEY was married to Mary JACKSON in 1726 at All Saints, Antrim, Co. Antrim. SOURCE: PRONI MIC583/11.

 

194

430

130237

 

 

1758-1769

ANNESLEY, Maurice-HAWKINS

 

195

30

128848

PUREFOY, James

Down

Dublin

Kings

1758 Jun 8

WALLEN

Image 339

BTW Robert BLACKWOOD of Ballyleidy, Co. Down Esq of 1 pt & Thomas WALLER of City of Dublin Gent of the other. 3 pt release btw Robert BACKWOOD of 1st  pt & Giffard NESBITT Esq. Guardian to James PUREFOY a minor & Henry MITCHELL of Dublin Esq of 2nd pt and said Thomas WALLEN of 3rd pt. …. Granted to WALLEN all that and those William PUREFOY & a proportion of the Manor Castle Town and lands of Purefoy Place otherwise Clonbullogue containing 600 English acres Kings Co.

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree.

 

195

66

129037

JACKSON, Alexander

Tyrone

1758 Jun 3

McKENZIE-JACKSON

Assignment of ID of Lease for £19 in hand from Alexander JACKSON, Samuel McKENZIE assigns Alexander JACKSON all his rights & interest in lease made by William McKENZIE unto Samuel McKENZIE of part of Lagenny(?) in co. Tyrone, then in possess of William McKENZIE, of Lagenny(?) Tyrone being the third part of lands of William McKENZIE, with 1/3 part of Moss, to hold unto Alexander JACKSON for lives of William McKENZIE, Joseph McKENZIE & John McKENZIE sons of William McKENZIE. G. RICHARDSON & John MOUHANY? justices present. WITNESSES: John MARTIN & Thomas ARMSTRONG. NOTE: There is a connection to the JACKSONs of Spinians.

Thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

195

200

129864

OLIVER, Elizabeth

 

1758-1768

OLIVER, Elizabeth - ELLARD See 132955

 

195

559

131794

JACKSON, Thomas

DOWN

1758 Dec 14

JACKSON Book Index 1758-1768 Deed Poll Ballyregan, Dundonald (pa),

Image 606

Thomas JACKSON of Ballyregan, Parish Dundonald , Co. Down acknowledges receipt from John JACKSON, of Knocknagoney, Parish Holywood, Co. Down of £75 in full of all debts whatsoever by said John JACKSON owing or that may be pretended to be owing to me [NOTE: The word pretended is curious]  to me the said Thomas JACKSON and particularly in full consideration of any right or claim of the said Thomas JACKSON or any other person or persons claiming or to claim by him or under me might pretend to or sett up to the Lands of Knocknagoney aforesaid, & to any moiety part or parcel of the same and I Thomas JACKSON aforesaid in consideration of the said Sum as well as from the Natural Love and affection I bear to John JACKSON my nephew do for me my heirs… discharge John JACKSON his heirs … of and from all and every Such Pretended Right Claim Title and Interest Whatsoever by Word or writing in Law or Equity Given under my hand and seal this 14 Dec 1748... WITNESSES: Robert JOY, printer of Belfast Antrim & Henry JOY (Swore memorial 30 Jan 1759), Printer of Belfast, Antrim; David HENDERSON, Clerk to Henry & Robert JOY; Jane ALEXANDER; Alexander WALLACE. REGISTRARS: George PORTIAS & A. BRETT, justices presiding NOTE: Sealed by Thomas JACKSON, so a signature and possibly a seal may be on record.

SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

 

196

45

128996

PUREFOY, William

Cork

1757 Oct 12

DAWSON

Image 31

BTW William PUREFOY of City of Cork of 1 pt. Moses DAWSON of Gortnagragy Co. Tipperary Gent of other pt. .. part of Gortnagragy 170a Plantation measure.

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree.

 

196

109

129305

OLIVER, John

Cork

Limerick

1758-1768

OLIVER, John - MORRISON connected to Silver OLIVER

X

196

110

129306

OLIVER, John

Cork

Limerick

1758-1768

OLIVER, John - MORRISON connected to Silver OLIVER

X

196

111

129309

OLIVER

 

1758 Jul 31

OLIVER, Silver-OLIVER

X

196

296

130065

JACKSON,

Hugh

Monaghan

Meath

1757  Jan 6

JACKSON Book Index 1758-1768 Ballybay & Lisnabo

Deed of Lease btw Hugh JACKSON of Ballybay Co. Monaghan Gent  of the 1 pt & William JACKSON of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath of the other part. Hugh JACKSON made over to William JACKSON part of the lands of Aughafarnan in Parish of Enniskeen Co. Meath cont 40 acres Irish Plantation measure to hold to  21 years. SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe

15

196

302`

130085

JOHNSTON, John

Armagh

1758 Nov 15

 Memorial of a deed bearing date June 24 1754 btw Thos BALL of Cullyhanna [Cullyhanna Big & Cullyhanna Little, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] , Co. Armagh Esq. of the one pt & John JOHNSTON of Roxborough [aka Roxborogh - Dorsy (Cavan OHanlon) (Doirse Cabhain Uí Anluain or Rosks-brug) (aka Roxborough) Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper], in the said Co. Gent of the other pt. witnessing that the said Thomas BALL for the consideration demised to John JOHNSTON the Mills of Cashel [Cashel, Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper] Barony Orier with 6 acres of land adjoining the said Mills also the strip of land known by the name of Emerinvore [probably Ummerinvore, Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper] … for life of Richard JOHNSTON natural son of John JOHNSTON… confirmed and signed over to Richard JOHNSTON his natural son these lands. WITNESS:  Samuel GORDON of Armagh farmer & James McCULLA of Armagh & John MARMION of Atherdee in Co. Louth Carpenter. NOTE: Richard JOHNSTON (bef 1753-aft 1792) married Anne JACKSON of Creggan, Co. Armagh. SEE: JACKSONs of Urker [Urcher, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper]

15

196

326

130205

JACKSON, George

Mayo

1758 No4 24

Book Index 1758-1768  CULLENAN

 A memorial of an agreement in writing by George JACKSON of Acclare, Co. Louth gent & Edward BUTLER of City of Dublin Gent bearing date Aug 20 1756… granted to BUTLER lands of Lilmurry in Barony of Tyrawly Co. Mayo cont abt 300 acres. Witnessed by Henry KEATING House painter of City of Dublin & James TAYLOR of Biggshinstreet in sd City vintner

15

196

425

130610

180610

JACKSON

Monaghan

1739-1810

WADDELL-WADELL Book 45 (1739-1810) Cordevlish, Corduffles

 

X

196

506

130896

OLIVER

Leitrim

1759 Jan 31

OLIVER-O’BRIEN

Silver OLIVER of Clondafoy, Co. Limerick Esq. of I pt &Wm O’BRIEN of Dunnevinly, CO. Leitrim… lives of John O’BRIEN, Cornelius O’BRIEN & George O’BRIEN eldest sons of Wm O’BRIEN. Agharan, Barony of Carrigallen,

1

196

546

131034

JACKSON

Monaghan

1739-1810

WADDELL-JACKSON Book 45 (1739-1810) Cordevlish, Corduffles

 

X

196

580

132535

 

Down

 

Witness Rev. Henry JACKSON

18

197

22

129485

JACKSON,

Miles & Walker & ors

Limerick

1758 Jun 16

COX & ors-MANNIX Lisduane, Book Index 1758-1768

... Walker JACKSON of Lisduane, Co. Limerick, Gent & Miles JACKSON of Lisduane, Gent for 300 pounds towns of Lisduane and Gortnenagh situate in Barony of Connallee, Co Limerick to Henry MANNIX.

 

197

39

129535

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1758 Sep 6

ROCHFORT-BARRE Book Index 1758-1768

Btw George ROCHFORD & Theobald WOLFE of City of Dublin Esq. & Robert CLIBBORN of City of Dublin Merchant assignees appointed by act of parliament for the relief of creditors of the bank lately kept by John WILCOCKS & John DAWSON and so forth and Thomas JACKSON of Marrowbone Lane in Co & City of Dublin, Linen weaver of 1st pt... ground fronting Robert Street in Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore... John DAWSON oldest son of Benjamin DAWSON ...complex... SEE: JACKSONs of Pimlicoe

 

197

63

131933

JACKSON, John

 

1758-1768 

ROCHE Book Index 1758-1768  see #131933

 

 

197

135

129865

OLIVER, Elizabeth

Limerick

1758 Nov 2

OLIVER, Elizabeth - ELLARD See 132955 1758-1768

Elizabeth OLIVER of City of Dublin Spinster one of the dau of Robert OLIVER late of Clonodfoy, Co Limerick

 

197

136

129866

OLIVER, Elizabeth

Limerick

1758-1768

OLIVER, Elizabeth - ELLARD See 132955

 

197

137

129867

OLIVER, Elizabeth

Limerick

1758-1768

OLIVER, Elizabeth - ELLARD See 132955

 

197

211

130133

JACKSON, Clifford

Limerick

1758 Oct 18

JACKSON-PEACOCK Book Index 1758-1768

Clifford JACKSON of Lisduane, Co Limerick Esq of 1 pt & Goodriche PEACOCKE of Fort Etna in said Co Gent of other pt 300 acres in Limerick... more descry.

 

197

338

130742

OLIVER, John

Cork

1758 Dec 12

OLIVER, John – OLIVER  1758-1768

Silver OLIVER of Clondofoy of Ballydoole, Co Corke.... lands of Thomas town in Limerick lease made by Robert OLIVER the elder & Robert OLIVER the younger...... life of John OLIVER ...

 

197

563

131933

JACKSON, John

Limerick

1758 Mar 8

JACKSON-ROCHE

John JACKSON of City of Limerick, Shopkeeper of 1 pt & Martin ROCHE of said city Merchant .. dwelling house (descry) & shop enjoyed by widow Elizabeth DAVIS in Parish of St. John, City of Limerick for 31 years...

 

198

7

130273

JACKSON,

Jeremiah & ors

Limerick

1758 Nov 3 

HUNT Book Index 1758-1768

Image 340

BTW John BROWN of Deansfort, Co. Limerick Esq eldest son & heir at law & executor of last will of Rev. John BROWN Clerk late Chancellor of Diocese of Limerick of 1st part & Jeremiah JACKSON of Fanningsown Co. Limerick Gent of 2nd pt & Vere HUNT of Curragh Co. Limerick Gent of 3rd pt. John BROWN in consideration of £546.9.6 paid by Jeremiah JACKSON & a further sum of 10s pd by Vere HUNT, John BROWN granted to Vere HUNT land formerly in tenancy or occupation of Mary SEXTONs Malt House & Offices on the West with St. Mary’s Church Yard wall on the south with Rev. Thomas LOYD;’s garden & on the north with Bowlane in City of Limerick with all appurtenances as also the house formerly in possession of Richard FREE on south side of Mungrot Lane formerly bounded on the east with WILSON’s house in possession of Widow SUPPLE on the West with the house which John HAYES built in possession of Richard BUTLER on the South with Matthew McNEMARA’s holdings & on the North with Mungret Lane in the Irish town of the City of Limerick & last mentioned premises were then in possession of Vere HUNT … Vere HUNT did declare that his name was only made use of in said deed in trust for Jeremiah JACKSON …. WITNESS: William GROGGIN & Thomas VOKES both of Limerick Memorial WITNESS: Stephen ROCHE & John G, Marcus RICE both of City of Limerick NOTE: An Anne HUNT married a William JACKSON, son of Robert JACKSON & Joyce SHAW of Dublin.  Jeremiah JACKSON (17017-1780) was one of the Duddington JACKSONs.

 

198

8

30274

JACKSON, James

Cork

1758 Nov 16

Image 340

BTW Donatus O’BRIEN of Blatherweek Co. Northampton in Kingdom of Great Britain Esq. of 1 pt & Jeremiah JACKSON of Kings Cliffe Co. Northampton Great Britain Gent of the other pt. O’BRIEN assigned to Jeremiah JACKSON & his heirs an annuity payable out of Manor towns & lands of ____ in Co. Rutland Great Britain … lands of Fanore Cahirrcullen Lisnahow Shally Coghlan & Ballynora in Co. Tipperary & Clare & Liberties of Cork at the election of Jeremiah JACKSON … for natural lives of Catherine his wife & Jeremiah JACKSON his youngest son …WITNESS Donatus O’BRIEN the younger Esq. Jeremiah JACKSON [SEAL] NOTE: Catherine COX wife of Jeremiah JACKSON sr.

 

198

122

131411

113142

OLIVER

Limerick

1759 Mar 15

OLIVER- McKIERNAN

NOTE: Lots of notes about OLIVERs on this page.

Silver OLIVER of Clondofoy, Co. Limerick Esq. of the one part & Michael McKIERNAN of Carrigallen, Co. Leitrim Merchant of the other part. Silver OLIVER demised to Michael McKIERNAN Townlands of Lower Aghavillin.

x

198

198

356753

COULTER

 

1739-1810

GILLESPIE-COULTER Totally wrong book. Try Bk 541. Drummuck

17

198

264

132217

VANCE, Eliz

Cork

1758-1768

VANCE-LEDBETTER

1758 May 1...made between William Bull of town of Bandonin the County of Corke Tanner Sarah Bull otherwise his wife Susannah Bull of the town of Bandon spinster John Oliffe aforesaid woolcomber & Elizabeth Oliffee otherwise Vance otherwise Bull his wife both daughters of the said William Bull and Sarah Bull ...Joseph Ledbetter of the same Esq. Doctor in Physick ...

x

198

290

132338

PUREFOY, William & ors

Cork

Tipperary

Carlow

1759 May 2

NEWMAN & ors

Image 481

Lease btw William PUREFOY of City of Cork Esq of 1 pt; Richard NEWMAN of Nowberry Co. Cork & Paul MINCHIN of Bogh Co. Carlow Esq of other pt. Release made btw said William PUREFOY of 1st pt Richard NOWMAN and Paul MINCHIN of 2nd pt Martha BOUSEFIELD of City of Cork spinster one of the daughters of Thomas BOUSEFIELD late of City of Cork deceased and Dorothea BOUSEFIELD widow & relict of Thomas BOUSEFIELD of 3rd pt.. Adam NOWMAN of Kinsale Co. Cork Esq. Benjamin BOUSEFIELD of City of Cork Merchant John ANDERSON dr. in Physick and William MINCHIN both of City of Dublin of 4th pt. Reciting that a marriage was intended btw said William PUREFOY and said Martha BOUSFIELD the said William PUREFOY granted to Richard NEWMAN and Paul MINCHIN in their actual possession by virtue of lease townlands of Gortnegraphe otherwise Gortnegraggy part of Cappagh 393a 2r & 93a unprofitable Tinchensey part of Cappagh 64a profitable and 42a unprofitable Alenemuckduffe otherwise Lackenanorin part of Ballysinode 6d 880a unprofitable North & South part of Closhnageera 62 a Postrea and Shanknock 114a & 78a unprofitable Knockkanetetryan otherwise Bonereagh 136a & 230a unprofitable Corakeel otherwise Knockgorman otherwise Loashknock 186a in Ballyshoda with Annarawarth and a Castle and Mill 453a 3r all situate in Barony Kilnamanagh Co. Tipperary …

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree.

 

198

411

132966

JACKSON,

Mary & husb

Down

Armagh

1759

WELD & ors Book Index 1758-1768

 Bwt Mary OBINS other wise BURLEIGH otherwise JACKSON of Portadown Co Armagh widow of the 1 pt. Wm FIVEY of Loughedianon Co Down of 2nd & Matthew WELD of City of Dublin 3rd.. in consid of 10s paid demised  90 acres in townlands of Ballyvingan otherise Balyvonigan otherwise Ballymulligan & Dorydrumold otherwise Derrydrumoult situate in Barony of Lower Iveagh & Down to Matthew WELD WITNESS: Richard BARTLET & signed Mary OBINS.

16d

198

480

133266

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1759 Aug 20

Green HOWE & ors Book Index 1758-1768

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Lease btw Sarah COWMAN of City of Dublin, spinster of 1 pt; William GREENHOW of City of Dublin Timber Merchant & Joseph INNMAN of Ballybritain [Ballybrittan, Parish Ballymacwilliam, Barony Warrenstown], Kings Co. Farmer of the other pt.  The release btw William JACKSON of City of Dublin Clothier of 1st pt & Sarah COWMAN of the 2nd pt & William GREENHOW & Joseph INNMAN of 3rd pt. Reciting lease Earl of Limerick 17 Aug 1703 demised to Henry BROOKFIELD of City of Dublin Skiner grounds (incl tanhouse0 on south side of James Street (more descry) held for lives of Samuel RUSSELL, William JACKSON & Braithwaite SUMMERS in several deeds of renewal & Sarah COWMAN was legally entitled to one moiety of the clear rents & profits. Reciting Roger TUTHILL of the Parish of Palmerston Co. Dublin Gent by his lease 24 Dec 1713 demised to Samuel BRAITHWAITE of Pimlico in Liberties of Thomas and Donore Court Co. Dublin, Clothier parcel of meadow land measuring 4a 13p Plantation Measure part of Roger TUTHILLs great meadow on south side of the River Liffy in Parish of Palmerston, Barony Newcastle & Co. Dublin  bounding on the east George DAMSELLs holding, on the south the great road leading from Dublin to Palmerston on the north by the River Liffey on the west to Morgan EVANs meadow for 60 years. Samuel BRAITHWAITEs interest in said premises was legally vested in Sarah COWMAN & the said Sarah COWMAN was possessed of the sum of 1,200 pounds & a marriage was to take place shortly with William JACKSON & William JACKSON assigned to William GREENHOW & Joseph INNMAN the said principle sum of 1,200 pounds to hold in trust  and also released to William GREENHOW & Joseph INMAN the house backhouse & Tanyard with small house over the gate leading to Mr. HOWARDs Brewhouse next adjoining to the holding and also the piece of meadow ground mentioned that had been demised to Samuel BRAITHWAITE by the said Roger TUTHILL to hold to William GREENHOW & Joseph INNMAN and their heirs and assigns in trust. WITNESS: Samuel RUSSELL City of Dublin Clothier & Thomas WILLS of City of Dublin Gent. SEE: JACKSONs of Pimlicoe

SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs William & Sarah married 1759. 

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Micajah

Cork

1759 Feb 23

HARE & ors Book Index 1758-1768

Intended marriage (since taken place) – Micajah JACKSON intended groom of Cork City covenants that if Catherine HARE of Cork City intended bride to survive him, his Executors will pay Catherine HARE, Richard HARE, Russell HARE &William PERRY  [son of William PERRY] [trustees of Cork City] £800 ster & further sums over and above the £500 she is entitled to receive on the death of any of her brothers/sisters under the Will of her father Richard PERRY, upon trusts [education & maintenance of Children ... details stained]; Micajah JACKSON releases to Catherine HARE, Richard HARE, Russell HARE &William PERRY 5 houses in Dublin city in trust in case his fortune is deficient [NOTE: These houses are described in other deeds]. John REILY, Justice present; Robert WRIXTON & Anthony LANE, Registrars. WITNESSES: Thomas SKEYS, Anthony LANE & Joshua HUMPHRY, all of Cork City. Registered March 30, 1759. NOTE: In 1762, Trade, Property & Legal Notices from the ‘Corke Journal’: JACKSON, MICAJAH, Linen-Draper, next door to St. Peter's Church

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JACKSON, Ambrose & John

Cork

1759 Mar 30

Addis BUSTEED residual legatee & sole exec'r of John ADDIS; dec'd, for £200 from Jonathan BUSTEED, Gent of Dundandion in Co & city of Corke, grantee [1716 deed] being the interest & sum due to John ADDIS, Gent of Cork City, did grant sd plot of ground on S-E Marsh of Cork city [100x150 ft] to Ebinezer PIKE, grantee, to hold from thence forth for unexpired term, subj to rent. Plot of ground on S-E marsh Cork city [100X150 ft] from William DUNSCOMBE Esq. late of Cork City, deceased grantor, to Richard BUSTEED Gent of Meadstown, Co. Cork, grantor, between holdings of Michael PRICE on North and lands of William DUNSCOMBE on south, 900 years from 29 Sept then last, at £8.4s. Richard BUSTEED assigned to Jonathon BUSTEED plot of ground on S-E marsh Cork city [100X150 ft] on condit of repayment of £200. Michael PRICE had holdings to north of plot of ground in S-E Marsh of Cork city being demised. Addis BUSTEED, for £200 from Jonathon BUSTEED being the interest & sum due to John ADDIS, did grant sd plot of ground on S-E Marsh of Cork city [100x150 ft] to Ebinezer PIKE to hold from thence forth for unexpired term, subj to rent. Registrars: Roger POWER, Ambrose JACKSON & John JACKSON. WITNESSES: Maurice BARNARD, Gent of Cork City & James Hull LAWTON, Gent & Quaker for one year past.

Thanks to Mike Stewart.

 

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JACKSON, Ambrose

Cork

1759 Apr 19

George PHIPPS, Gent of Cork City grants sd property to Jonathon BUSTEED , Gent of Dundandion in S. Liberties of Corke city, for remainder of term Aug 1716; Jonathon BUSTEED by deed of mtg for £400 from Ebeneezer PIKE, grants Addis BUSTEED sd land  25Aug1746;  by which George PHIPPS, for £500 ster paid by Ebeneezer PIKE, granted Ebeneezer PIKE sd lands for term unexpired and Jonathon BUSTEED, for further sum of £611 ster from Ebeneezer PIKE , granted Ebeneezer PIKE sd lands free of mortgage. Registrar: Ambrose JACKSON. Thanks to Mike Stewart.

 

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JACKSON, T