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These notes are the result of dozens of visits to Dublin’s Deeds Registry, and more recently thanks to the scans available at Family Search. Thanks also to the work by the volunteers who post on Nick Reddan’s Deeds Project . If you notice mistakes, I really do appreciate being informed so I can make corrections.
Sharon Oddie Brown
Updated: December 31, 2022 Updated June 4, 2023 Updated February 9, 2024

 

ROD: Books #250 to 340
Other shading in certain cells is idiosyncratic. It is there to jog my own memory.

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Bk

Pg

Mem

Name

Place

Date

Notes

X

250

51

159753

JACKSON, Henry Rev

Down

1766Apr 22

Image 365

BTW Samuel GRAHAM of Ballyvally Co. Down peruke maker of 1 pt & James McCLELAND of Edenderry Co. Down Linen Draper of other pt. Reciting Samuel GRAHAM in consideration of £60 paid by James McCLELLAND … [description of property & neighbours] turf bog of Ballymoney [Ballymoney, Parish Donaghadee, Barony Ards Lower] then in possession of Rev. Henry JACKSON Ballymoney, formerly held by Robert CUMINE  …  1ac occ by Charles McCARTY, bdd by Killpike Bogg, lands of Richard FELLERTON, meadow of Phillip GRAHAM; 1/2ac meadow in possession of Samuel GRAHAM bounded by lands late possession of William INGRAM, tavern of Phillip GRAHAM, farm of Robert GRAHAM, Edenderry all pt of Ballymoney leased 1705 to Samuel GRAHAM or Charles McCARTY; SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

 

250

79

160035

NOBLE

 

1739-1810

NOBLE-WITHERS Ballybrought

 

250

174

161846

JACKSON, Richard

Cavan

1758-1768

STOKES & ors Book Index 1758-1768

Mention of Richard JACKSON of Forkhill and wife Nicola as one of the partners. Transaction of 426 pounds 12s 6d  sold field or acres  6 acres & house … reference to late Arthur Cecil HAMILTON Esq. in Townland of Killishandra, Co. Cavan. … desc of land. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

250

175

161847

JACKSON, Richard

Cavan

1766 Sep 6

Trinity College Dublin Book Index 1758-1768

Mention of Richard JACKSON of Forkhill and wife Nicola as one of the partners. Church in Killishandra. … reference to late Arthur Cecil HAMILTON Esq. in Townland of Killishandra, Co. Cavan. … desc of land. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

250

228

162335

JACKSON, James

Wicklow

Kildare

1766 May 27

JACKSON-HAYNES & ors Book Index 1758-1768

Image 454

Marriage articles 11 Aug 1766 btw Thos PLOUGHMAN of Newtown Rathargid Co. Kildare, Gent eldest son of Wm PLOWMAN of  1st  pt Wm PLOUGHMAN of 2nd pt & James JACKSON of Spinians in Co Wicklow Gent & Jane JACKSON 2nd daughter  of James JACKSON of 3rd pt. & Benjamin HAYNES of Canny Cowd Co Kildare Esq, & James JOHNSTON of Baltinglass Co Wicklow Gent of 4th pt…. James JACKSONS gave marriage portion sum of 300 pounds. William PLOWMAN demised lands in Newtown Rathargid, Co. Kildare.. WITNESS: William JACKSON of Spinians;, Gent;  son to James JACKSON. And John PLOUGHMAN of Rathargid, son to William PLOUGHMAN.

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

 

250

405

165127

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1767 May 7

JACKSON-GRIERSON Book Index 1758-1768

Rev. John JACKSON of Clansaugh & Boulter GRIERSON, his Majesty’s Printer General of Ireland referencing deed 1753 Apr 18 btw Rev. John JACKSON & Jacob MEARES of City of Dublin Smith & Farrier. Whereby JACKSON demised to MEARES alley and house in Kings Oxmantown commonly known as the 60th Lot lately in possession of Dennis CHARLES together with passage leading to house called the Nunnery cont to the south 20 yards, to the north 19 yards and 2 feet… more description… SEE: JACKSONs of Santry.

 

250

608

166142

BROWNE

Dublin

1767 Jun 27

Marriage arts btw Thomas BROWN of City of Dublin, Merch & Bridget PLUNKETT of City of Dublin spinster… brother Michael PLUNKETT. Mention of Oliver PLUNKETT.. Witness Hugh O’NEILL

 

250

613

166160

BREAKEY

Monaghan

Abt 1770

SMITH-William BREAKEY  Book 45 (1739-1810)  p. 337 1987 Clogher record NOTE: This is probably the William BREAKEY of Lisgillan (and later Drumskelt) who married Mary SCOTT.. Carrickneveagh, Creeve

30 June 1767: William Breakey of Lisgillan

 A memorial of a deed bearing the date 18 July 1764 and registered 30 June 1767 between Rev. Rob’t Smith of Co. Down and Wm Breakey, Junr of Lisgillan for "that part of Carrickneveagh remaining of the lower half Tate of Carrickneveagh,…lying and being in the Estate of Ballibea in the County of Monaghan."  Witnessed by Wm. Daly of Ballybay, Andrew Wilson of Derinalubnagh & Isaiah Breakey of Derry, merchant.  Memorial witnessed by said Isaiah Breakey and David Williamson of Lisgillan.

x

250

614

166271

JACKSON, Robert

Kings

1767 Jul 3

JACKSON-WINTER Book Index 1758-1768

Image 652

BTW Robert JACKSON of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt], Kings Co., Gent & Samuel WINTER of Agheriny, Co. Meath Esq… Glebe lands Lands of Knitty [Parish Kinnitty, Barony Ballybritt] in Kinnitty] & Castletown [aka Castletown and Glinsk, Parish Kinnitty, Barony Ballybritt] in Kinnitty] in Kings Co. 31a  3r 16p … Recited 10 March 1736 lease residue od 999 years  WITNESS Henry PIERS & Walter SWEETMAN both of City of Dublin Robert JACKSON [SEAL] SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

 

250

618

166160

BREAKEY

Monaghan

18 Jul 1764

 

[This appears to be 250 613 166160 – check.] (Reg. 30 Jun 1767) Carrickneveagh

A memorial of a deed of lease bearing the date 18 July 1764 between Reverend Robert SMITH of Lakale, County Down, and William Breakey Junr of Lisgillan whereby said Robert SMITH did demise sett and to farm lett unto the said William BREAKEY that part of Carrickneveagh remaining of the lower half tate of Carrickneveagh Mr. William ARMSTRONG…and being in the estate of Ballibea. Witnessed  by William DALY of Ballibay Gent Andrew Wilson of Durinalubnagh and Isaiah BRAKEY of Derry Merchant all in the County of Monaghan.  Memorial witnessed by the said Isaiah Breakey and David Williamson of Lisgillan aforesaid linen draper. Signature & seal:  William Brekey

Signed and sealed in presence of David Williamson, Isaiah Breakey.

Reg’d 30th June 1767 at half an hour after 10 o’c in the forenoon.

 

251

227

160972

JACKSON, Robert

Kings

Meath

Armagh

Dublin

1766 Jun 7

LOWTHER Book Index 1758-1768

Image 120

Pointz Gaich WILLINGTON of Rath [Rath, Parish Cullenwaine, in the Barony of Clonlisk], in Kings Co Esq. & King WILLINGTON of Ballywilliam [There are several Ballywilliams in several parishes] Co. Kings Co. Esq. his eldest son. Of 1st pt. Robert JACKSON of Clongarmah [probably Clonagannagh, Parish Dunkerrin, Barony Clonlisk], or possibly Clonshannagh, Parish Killoughy, Barony Ballyboy]  in Kings Co Gent and Edward KING  of Ballymony Co. Tipperary Gent of 2nd pt and John LOWTHER of Staffordstown Co. Meath Esq of 3rd pt. Reciting Lease 7 Dec 1764 Pointz Gaich WILLINGTON  & King WILLINGTON eldest son of Pointz Gaich WILLINGTON by Jane WILLINGTON als EYRE his wife deceased for consideration granted to Robert JACKSON and Edward KING all that the town and lands of Newtown Co Meath 40a,  part of Tullydonnell alias Tulydannell [Tullydonnell (Gage) or Tullydonnell (O'Callaghan), Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] 193a,  [?enerison] alias [E]merison [??] 100a Co. Armagh one house or tenements in the tenure of Francis LANE Sadler bounding on the South to the Kings pavement and on the North to the mall of an old Malthouse together with a piece of ground backwards next to a brick wall of Edmond MASSEYs containing in breadth North to South 12’ and in length from New Street leading to Aaron’s Bridge to the Malt House 36’ one house or tenement wherein John DEASE then dwelt next to the corner turning down to Moss Lane one house or tenement then commonly called Doctor GAICHEs Dwelling House one malt house with a horse Mill containing in length West to East 26’ and from South – North 24’ both in tenure of Simon WILLOUGHBY by one house in tenure of Edward MASSEY being the Cornerhouse turning down to Moss Lane of one said situate in St. Thomas Street City of Dublin one house in tenure of Simon WILLOUGHBY in Moss Lane in City of Dublin leading out of Thomas Street down to Ellis Bridge one old Malthouse then a Mass House containing South-North 100’ and East-West 16’ together with a piece of ground fronting said last mentioned house containing South-North 54’ …  all situate in Moss Lane to hold to Robert JACKSON and Edward KING during remainder of term upon Trusts … (term of 900 years so limited to Robert JACKSON and Edward KING upon trust John and Pointz WILLINGTON the two younger sons of the said Pointz Gaich WILLINGTON & Jane EYRE WILLINGTON… [many more pages]… Deed granted John LOWTHER townlands of Newton, Co. Meath and reciting that no part of said sum of £1200 had been raised by or paid to said Robert JACKSON & Edward KING

16d

251

416

162754

JACKSON, Robert & James

Kings

1766 Oct 25

Image 219

Marriage btw Edward PALMER of Ballyegan [Ballyegan, Parish Kilcolman, Barony Clonlisk], Kings Co, (son of Henry PALMER of Ballyegan, Kings Co) and Mary SINGLETON.

Robert JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], of 3rd pt & James JACKSON of 4th pt. Land in Parsonstown [aka Birr now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], – many neighbours listed.

SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

NOTE: The 1721 Will of Enoch PALMER may also be part of the JACKSON-PALMER link here.

 

251

420

162755

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1766 Nov 15

MAGRATH & ors Book Index 1758-1768

Image 221

Articles of Agreement between Henry JACKSON of Pill Lane of 1st part & Elizabeth MAGRATH spinster daughter of Mark MAGRATH of Cavan in the Co of Cavan Esq. of the 2nd pt & the sd Mark MAGRATH & Alexander GORDON of the City of Dublin Merchant of the 3rd pt. Whereby the said Henry JACKSON in Consideration of a Marriage intended between said Elizabeth MAGRATH and of a marriage portion paid to hm by the said Mark MAGRATH [no lands were mentioned – only marriage portion of 500 pounds] WITNESSED William MAGRATH  & Nicholas BLAKE writing clerk to William MAGRATH. NOTE: In the Lisnaboe JACKSON Family Tree, Elizabeth MAGRATH is called Elizabeth McGRATH.

16d

251

625

174115

JACKSON,

Rowland & O’Connor

Cork

1769 Feb 1

ROSS & ors Book Index 1768-1776

 Note: This was actually Rowland Jackson O’CONNOR of Cork

16d

252

 

173498

 

Limerick

1768 Dec 15

Image 358

BTW George EVANS of Portran Co. Dublin Esq. & Richard YIELDING of Bellone Co. Limerick of other pt. … lands in Barony Coshma … WITNESS; John EVANS

 

252

22

161546

JACKSON, Jeremiah

Limerick

England

1766 Jul 2

Image 15

BTW Charles KIRKHAM on Kinshade Co. Northampton Esq the Rt Hon George Lord Carbery in Kingdom of Ireland the Rt Hon John EVANS and the Hon Frances Anne WILSON widow and administrator of Edward Warlow WILSON deceased which said John and Frances are younger children of George late Lord Carbery deceased to Jeremiah JACKSON of Faningstown Co. Limerick Esq. Reciting Quinquepartite release … lands of the estate of the George EVANS grandfather of the current Lord Carbury which were in Co. Limerick [lands listed in Barony Cushmain aka Coshma and in Barony Ownbeg aka Owneybeg]

WITNESS to George Lord Carbury: Hugh JACKSON of Doddington Co. Northampton Great Britain & Walter SWEETMAN of City of Dublin. WITNESS to France Anne WILSON: Walter SWEETMAN & John EVANS.

NOTE: George EVANS was Rt Hon George Lord Carbery (d 1759) and Frances FITZWILLIAM (d 1789) was his wife. Their children included George EVANS (d 1783), daughter Frances Anne EVANS (who was the wife of Edward WARTER-WILSON of Limerick and later of Eleazer DAVEY) and John EVANS (1738-1807). Jeremiah JACKSON (1707-1780)

 

252

58

161742

JACKSON, James

Down

1766 Aug 16

Image 34

RE: Marriage btw John HENON of Ballyarbrim Co. Down farmer and Elizabeth REA widow of Hugh REA late of Ballyreen Co. Down … sum of £60 … lands of Hugh REA … out of lands deeded 13 Oct 1763 … WITNESS: Joseph DICKSON of Dromore Co. Down Gent John JACKSON of Parish of Holywood Co. Down farmer & Mathew REA of Drombo Co. Down farmer

 

252

197

162409

NOBLE

Monaghan

1766 Aug 6

JOHNSTON-NOBLE

Image 105

Arabella Susanna JOHNSTON of Monaghan spinster and Adam NOBLE of Longhill, Co. Monaghan, Esq re: Susanna Maria JOHNSTON late of the City of Dublin made her will dated 16 Aug 1760 & bequeathed to Arabella £100 “to stand chargeable on the towns of Stramore, Aghagap, Rossosell, Tullycalleg, Derryveen Letgony Coolkill a moiety of Sillist Drumagalsin in Co. Monaghan pursuant to a deed 12 July 1742 reciting that said Adam NOBLE had lent to the sd. Arabella & Susannah JOHNSON £100 for which she & Barbara JOHNSTON her mother have effected their bond ... transfer to Adam NOBLE. Witnesses George LIVINGSTON Town of Monaghan Wm. JOHNSTON of Gilford, Co. Down;  John ROGERS. A.S. JOHNSTON [SEAL]

NOTE: An Adam NOBLE (?-1793) of Longfield, Co. Monaghan was married to Ann JOHNSTON daughter of John JOHNSTON of Roxborough, Dorsey, Co. Armagh.

 

252

231

162760

DONALDSON

Armagh

Down

1766 Sep 4

DONALDSON-VERNE Mahery, the Churchfields 1739-1810

Image 122

BTW James DONALDSON of Loughbrickland Co. Down of 1 pt & Thomas VERNER of City of Dublin Esq of other pt. The 1/3rd pt of the Church field in Maghery, [Maghery , Parish Tartaraghan, Barony Oneilland West]  Co. Armagh [description of land]

 

252

232

162788

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1738 Apr 26

McCULLOCH Henry to SIMPSON 1758-1768

Image 123

BTW Henry McCULLOGH of Fughoge [possibly Feehogue, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper] Co. Antrim Gent of 1 pt & William SIMPSON sen & William SIMPSON jr both of Lettermuck Co. Londonderry farmers of the other. Letting land of Lettermick, Parish Cumber Co. Londonderry ‘’’ lives of William SIMPSON party to said lease Mathew SIMPSON & Robert SIMPSON sons of said William SIMPSON senior. WITNESS: Henry DOBBIN of Randalstown [Randalstown, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper], Co. Antrim Gent & Henry McFarlan of Clegan Co. Londonderry Gent.

SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

252

412

163887

OLIVER, John

 

1767 Jan 31

OLIVER, John Rev. Archdeacon -  OLIVER

 

252

434

164024

DAWSON

 

1758-1768

DAWSON, Arthur-CRAWFORD

 

252

813

183218

DOBBIN

Monaghan

1739-1810

DOBBIN-DOBBIN Book 45 (1739-1810) Corfad Wrong #

 

 

253

170

162636

JACKSON, Richard

Londonderry

1766 Nov 3

Image 91

BTW Robert MACKY of City of London Esq. Merchant only son & heir of John MACKY late of Coleraine Co. Londonderry of 1 pt & Andrew TODD of Shane’s Castle [Shanes's Castle, Parish Antrim, Barony Toome Upper or Shane's Castle Park, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper].Co. Antrim Esq. of other pt. Release btw said Robert MACKY and Captain Edmond ARMSTRONG of Garry Castle Kings Co. Esq. Son-in-Law & Jane MACKY wife and widow of John MAKY of 2nd pt & Andrew TODD of Shanes Castle Co. Antrim Esq. of 3rd pt. reciting lease 1 Jun 1750 … quarter of land commonly Slevemeg all the quarter of land of Crossreagh the quarter land of Islandmore the quarter land of Carnanboy siturate in Barony Dunluce Co. Londonderry & Antrim together with the quarter land of Ballycreage then in his possession in Barony Dunluce Co. Antrim to hold to said Andrew TODD for lives of said Andrew TODD, Hill DUNHIM (6th son of John DUNKIN of Bushfoot Esq) and Randall HARRISON (5th son or William HARRISON late of Molenobber deceased)and reciting that Richard JACKSON Esq & John ALLISTER Linen Draper executor of will of John MacKAY, Coleraine, d.1765, … Robert MACKY [SEAL] Edmond ARMSTRONG [SEAL] Jane MACKY [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

253

245

163147

BOYD

Tyrone

1765 Jan 1

Earl of Charlemont-BOYD Book 45

Image 129

BTW Earl of Charlemont of 1 pt & Robert BOYD of Moy Co. Tyrone merchant storehouse where John BOYD now lives with the deal yard bounded by the great ditch round the same and the Park of Land on the South westside of the rampart leading to Charlemont containing 2a with 1a of meadow on the northeast of said rampart. East side of rampart leading to Charlemount … now laid out with free liberty for Robert BOYD to land from or ship on board of any Boat all goods or merchandise of his their or either of their own real property at or on any of the Quays of Moy without being charged with Toll or Custom for the same in Manor of Charlemont Co Tyrone. WITNESS: John MOORE of Drumbanagher [Drumbanagher, Parish Killevy (Lower Orior portion), Barony Orior Lower] Co. Armagh Esq. John COLLIER & Thomas VERNER both of City of Dublin Esqrs. Lindsay DOBBINS of Castlecaulfield Co. Tyrone Clerk, Benjamin HAMILTON of Rocksburrow Co. Tyrone. Robert BOYD [SEAL] Nathaniel PEEBLES

 

253

246

163148

BOYD

Moy

 

Earl of Charlemont-BOYD Book 45

Image 129

BTW Earl of Charlemont of 1 pt & Robert BOYD of Moy Co. Tyrone merchant. Lot of ground 40’ from the tenement now possessed by rev. James DOBBINS containing in front along the Great Road leading to Stewartstown 170’ and in rere to Charlemount to his own back yard made together with the tenement in occupation of Hugh GILMORE and Hamilton PEEBLES down to the tenement lately possessed by Jane WHITE in Town of Moy, Manor of Charlemount ….

 

253

328

163489

JACKSON, Benjamin

Dublin

1766 Dec 20

MATHEW Book Index 1758-1768

Benjamin JACKSON of City of Dublin Ale Draper. Only acting executor of Richard CLARKE late of Moore St in City of Dublin & John MATTHEW of City of Dublin carver…. House on Moore st.

NOTE: I suspect that this is Benjamin JACKSON (1729-?) son of Michael JACKSON & Mary McCRACKEN. John MATTHEW would be the husband of his sister Elizabeth JACKSON. SEE: JACKSONs of Pimlicoe

 

253

349

163512

COULTER

Cavan

1767 Jan 5

COULTER, Joseph, HIGGINBOTHAM

Joseph COULTER of Corbeagh, Manor of Ashfield, Co. Cavan Linen weaver.

 

253

357

163654

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1767 Jan 9

Image 189

BTW Alexander KEEFFE of City of Dublin Carpenter of 1st pt. Bridget HART of Dublin widow of 2nd pt & Henry JACKSON of City of Dublin Ironmonger and Thomas ASHBURNER of City of Dublin Slate Merchant of the 3rd pt. Reciting a marriage to be shortly had btw Alexander KEEFFE and Bridget HART … for care for the four children of Bridget HART £400 from effects of will of late father & £100

 

253

379

163777

JACKSON, Robert

Tipperary

Kings

1767 Jan 8

Image 200.

BTW John SCOTT of Ballingarry, Co. Tipperary Gent Sarah SCOTT spinster daughter of said John SCOTT of 1 pt; Frederick DROUGHT of Ballyley [possibly Ballylevin  or Ballylin]Kings Co. Gent of other pt. Reciting lease 2 Mar 1763 made to John SCOTT by Francis SADLIER Esq. & Catherine BINDON of townlands of Ballingarry [possibly in Tipperary or Kings Co.: Ballinagar, Geashill, Parish Geashill] with the draw well in or near said village & the road or passage leading thereto for 3 lives with a covenant of perpetual renewal… marriage intended btw Frederick DROUGHT & Sarah SCOTT … jointure … £700 … trustees … WITNESS: Patrick CONNOLLYof Whigsborough Clke; Robert JACKSON of Birr, Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co. Gent & Isaac STONEY City of Dublin Gent

 

253

395

163836

GORE

Carlow

Dublin

Sligo

1766 Feb 15

Image 208

BTW Benjamin BURTON of Burton Hall Co. Carlow of 1 pt & Arthur GORE of City of Dublin Esq. of the other pt.

Lands on St. Stephens Street Town of Sligo … Arthur GORE Grandson and heir at law of Sir Richard GORE … life and lives of said Arthur GORE & William GORE brother to said Arthur GORE in the stead of Sir Richard GORE and Francis GORE to hold to Sir Arthur GORE his heirs and assigns for life of Lewis Francis IRWIN son of John IRWIN late of Sligo Esq.

 

254

106

162724

DAWSON

Monaghan

1758-1768

DAWSON, Richard-his will

Drumintine, Co. Monaghan

His wife Alice DAWSON. To his two sons William DAWSON. Clerk, and Jeremiah DAWSON lands of Maghernokelly, Barony Dartry, Co. Monaghan, John LIPTON, Neal SMITH, Bryan FINLY, tenants and half in possession of testator’s son Jeremiah DAWSON. His son [William’s] Richard DAWSON. His [William’s] second son William DAWSON, his third son John DAWSON. Testator had provided for his other children upon their respective marriages. His eldest son James DAWSON. His daughters Ann DRUMGOOLE, Susanna HALL, Prudence MITCHELL, Rebecca McCLURE otherwise PHILLIPS and Sarah HARPER. £1 2 s. 9d. to poor of parish of Ematris. Witnesses: William WHITESITT; Joseph JACKSON; Ralph SEMPLE, Monaghan, Gent. Memorial witnessed by Ralph SEMPLE; Edward CAMPBELL, Dublin, gent. Jeremiah DAWSON [SEAL]

 

254

189

163587

BAILIE

 

1766 Mar 1

CLEMENTS, William of Dublin –BAYLY (1758-1768) not pertinent

 

254

272

164097

JACKSON, James

Wicklow

1765 Nov 29

JACKSON-HUNTER Book Index 1758-1768

Image 145

James JACKSON of Barrenstown, Co Wicklow, farmer of 1 pt to Olivia HUNTER of City of Dublin, widow of the other pt  and the release made btw James JACKSON of 1st pt & William HIGGINBOTHAM of Castleruddery Co. Wicklow farmer of 2nd pt. and said Olivia HUNTER of 3rd pt. reciting that William HIGGINBOTHAM in release 7 Sept 1759 for considerations sold to James JACKSON lands of Cleightstown [Rottentallow] Knocknamuckhill Springfields and the Bighills adjoining to Knocknamuehill being part of lands of Ballinure, Barony of Baltinglass, Co Wicklow and also Mansion house of Castleruddery with the orchard Garden Outhouses formerly in possession of Mr. John ORFORD and also that part of lands of Castleruddery in Parish Dunaghmore Barony Talbotstown Co. Wicklow to hold to James JACKSON for lives and £200... Castledery Co. Wicklow … WITNESS: Moore DISNEY of City of Dublin Esq. & John BYRN of City of Dublin Gent.

NOTE: Jacob JACKSON of Spinianstown, Parish Donaghmore, Barony Upper Talbotstown, Wicklow married Ellinore HIGGINBOTHM in 1749. His grandfather was a James JACKSON (bef 1700- btw 1770-1775)

 

254

420

168409

 

Kings

Tipperary

1767 Nov 7

Image 222

Sir Thomas DANCER of Moderency Co. Tipperary of 1 pt & James WILLINGTON of New House Co. Tipperary of the other … demise lands of Killurane in Barony Lower Ormend Co. Tipperary … WITNESS: John WILLINGTON of Newhouse Co. Tipperary Esq & King WILLINGTON of Kingsborough [Kingsborough, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co. Gent …

 

254

420

168410

JACKSON, Anne

Kings

Dublin

1767 Jun 23

JACKSON-JACKSON Book Index 1758-1768

Image 222

Ann JACKSON of Birr, [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Co spinster of 1st pt & Hanibal FRASER of Birr Esq of 2nd pt & James JACKSON of BIRR Gent of 3rd pt Whereas Anne JACKSON is seized to her and her heirs two houses in Town of Birr with Garden and a field near said town in Barony of Ballybrott [Ballybritt], Kings Co... and reciting Hanibald [sic] is entitled to sum of £1.500 pounds to be charged on estate & lands of George FRAZER, whereas a marriage is soon to be had btw sd Hannibal FRAZER & Ann JACKSON... securities to be paid to James JACKSON … WITNESS: Christiana HANSARD City of Dublin spinster & Henry PALMER of City of Dublin GENT. .. Anne JACKSON [SEAL] NOTE: Anne was a sister of James JACKSON, both children of Robert and Eugenia JACKSON. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

 

254

434

168624

GORE

Sligo

1767 Mar 4

Image 229

Btw Arthur GORE a minor under the age of 21 years by his mother and guardian Anne GORE in City of Dublin Widow of the 1st pt & Rt. Hon James Earl of Clanbrassill Chief Remembrancer of of his Charles Court of Exchequer in Ireland of 2nd pt. Philip COX of Sligo in Co. Sligo Esq. and Anne COX otherwise GORE his wife of the 3rd pt. & Richard UNDERWOOD of City of Dublin Esq of 4th pt … lands of St. Stephens Street in Town of Sligo bounded with the river on the South side the Highway on the North by ALEXANDERs Plott on the East & Mr. HENRY’s Plott on the West .. formerly in the property of Richard GORE the elder deceased… for life of Lewis Francis IRWIN son and heir of John IRWIN late of Sligo in Co. Sligo Esq. and during the lives od said Arthur GORE and William GORE brother to said Arthur GORE … reciting lease of Alderman Benjamin BURTON to John FONTANIER Clke …

 

254

449

168704

JACKSON, Richard & wife

Londonderry

Meath

1767 Dec 2

JACKSON-METGE Book Index 1758-1768

Richard JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry, Esq. Of 1st pt Charles DAWSON of Limerick in Co Limerick of 2nd pt & Peter METGE of Athlunmney, Co Meath Esq.... lands of Warrenstown, Co Meath... SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

254

489

169169

OLIVER, John

Cork

1757 Dec 12

OLIVER-OLIVER (1768- 1776) Castle Oliver

 

254

490

169170

OLIVER, Silver

Cork

1765 Sep 28

OLIVER-CREAGH (1768- 1776) Castle Oliver

 

255

314

164999

McCULLAGH

Donegal

1751 Dec 5

McCULLOGH George, John & Thomas to McLOGHLIN & ors 1758-1768

Image 168

John McLOUGHLIN of Ballyshannon, Co Donegal on behalf of his daughter Sarah McLOUGHLIN of the 1 pt & George McCOLLOUGH and John MOORE of Kildoney, Co. Donegal of the other on behalf of Thomas McCULLOGH of Kildoney marriage portion with Sarah… John McLOUGHLIN & son Daniel McLOUGHLIN… SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

255

366

165199

JACKSON, Anne

Cork

1766 Dec 19

JACKSON Anne see - 'WALSH'

Anne WALSH née JACKSON wife of Richard WALSH of Kilathy, Cork - release part of Ballyshane ow Johnstown for lives renewable subject to rent charge for Anne JACKSON for her life. Other Parties: Watkins ROBERTS, Gent of Cork City, his eldest son Hodder ROBERTS & 2nd son George ROBERTS. John CROKER Gent of Ballykeaton, Cork & William CROKER, Gent of Carrignagraph, Cork.

NOTE: Anne JACKSON is a daughter of Norton JACKSON

 

255

396

166267

 

Meath

1767 Jul 3

WINTER-JACKSON

Townland Index 1739-1810 Castletown Contourtland

Image 210

BTW Samuel WINTER of Agher, Co. Meath Esq of 1 pt; Robert JACKSON of Grange Kings Co. of other pt. … lands of Ballymoney called Contourt Land 17a 2r 7p [boundaries] Barony Ballybritt Kings Co. …

SEE:  JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran and Peter JACKSON & Joanna

 

256

112

165308

COULTER, Mary

Down

1767 May 13

COULTER, Mary  to METLAND

Mary COULTER of Newry formerly of Lisdalgan Co Down, widow… in consid of 92 pounds sold in parish of Loghanlands Barony of Kinalear, Co Down

16d

256

272

166053

 

Queens

1763 Mar 19

Joseph TIFFIN-PIDGEON

Image 141

BTW Joseph TIFFIN of Camclone Queens Co. farmer settled to John PIGEON of Ballyfin Queens Co Yeoman … lives Joseph TIFFIN Elizabeth TIFFIN his wife and John TIFFIN son to Joseph TIFFIN

 

256

320

166279

BARTON

Kilkenny

1767 Jul 1

John BARTON eldest son of George BARTON late of Goslingtown Co Kilkenny Gent deceased. Of 1st part Elizabeth BARTON  widow one of exors of George BARTON – no link that I can see to JACKSONs of Forkhill

16d

256

346

166353

SALL, William

Dublin

1767 Jul 6

Image 187

BTW William SALL of City of Dublin Brass founder John EAKINS of Wardshill Co. Dublin Merchant & Nathaniel THWAITES of City of Dublin Merchant of 1 pt & George SALL City of Dublin Merchant of the other part. Granted to George SALL part of lands of Boyestown otherwise Baltiboys [Baltyboys Upper. Parish Boystown, Barony Lower Talbotstown] 160a in possession of Elizabeth LAPHAM Widow bounded on North with lands of Mr. John SMITH or of Mrs. SMTH widow of John SMYTH deceased on the West and South with Mr. BEASLEYs lands and on the Eastward partly with lands of Mr. John HACKER and partly with Mr. BARKER’s land & also one moiety or half part of land called the Cross land [aka Valleymount, Parish Boystown, Barony Lower Talbotstown]  containing 40a formerly held and occupied in common with said Elizabeth LAPHAM deceased and John THACKER adjoining the Kings River the North and bounded on the westward to Mr. BEASLEY’s land and to Mr. SCARFF’s lands and on South with Mr. EVERs land and on eastward with Mr. BARKERs land and also part of lands of Ballynahowne and also part of the Red Bog called Killough [possibly Killough Lower, Parish Kilmacanoge, Barony Rathdown]  … said Red Bog is bounded on the South by a Drain called PURCELL’s Drain on the South or southerly by a Brook called the Cockbrook Westly by the lands called Crosslands and northerly by the Kings River with such liberty of Bog leave as was granted by William BARKER to said William LAPHAM …. In

Barony of Talbotstown Co. Wicklow together with all Houses Edifices Buildings & Gardens orchards appendances and appurtenances to the said lands to said George SALL & heirs during natural life of Said William LAPHAM WITNESS: John LOWE of Wardshill Co. Dublin auctioneer & Thomas STRINGER of City of Dublin Gent William SALL [SEAL] John EAKIN [SEAL] Nathanial THWAITES [SEAL]

NOTE: William SALL was likely related to the Abigail SALL who married Henry JACKSON (Bef 1770-1805). SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkeiran.

 

257

52

165476

JACKSON, Alexander

Tyrone

1767

William ARTHUR [ARTHURS] of Killtibret? Monaghan to Alexander JACKSON of one half moiety of Rolaghan, Co Monaghan 100 acres) made over to him at his marriage for life of Alexander ARTHURS jr. Alexander ARTHURs sr. & William ARTHURS, subj to rents, subj to being void on payment of £20 Ster + int. WITNESSES: David JOHNSTON, James STEWART, merchant of Aughnacloy, Co. Tyrone; Samuel LEFSIE; James RICHARDSON, Gent of Aughnacloy, S. Tyrone.

NOTE: There is a connection to the JACKSONs of Spinians. I believe that Rolaghan is actually Rellan, Parish of Clones. It straddles the border of Monaghan and Fermanagh and gets attributed to either at various times.

 

257

92

165533

JACKSON, Joseph

Limerick

1764 Aug 24

Joseph JACKSON, Gent of Limerick City witness to a lease connected to a marriage between Elizabeth CLAMPETT & Henry BOWLES, baker of Limerick City. VancouverMike

 

257

123

165775

PUREFOY, James

Galway

1767 May 7

USHER

Image 70

BTW James PUREFOY of Woodfield, Co. Galway Esq of 1 pt & Luke USHER of Birr in Kings Co. Gent of other pt. … lands in Barony Longford, Co. Galway … Luke USHER alleged to have made to [Adam] BLOOMFIELD deceased by William PUREFOY Esq deceased the said James PUREFOY’s father … WITNESS; Margaret BURROWES of Woodfield spinster & Timothy WARD of Eyrecourt .

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree

257

257

185

166378

JACKSON, Robert

Kings

Dublin

1767 Jul 11

LOWTHER Book Index 1758-1768

Image 101

Btw Poyntz Gaich WILLINGTON of Rath [Rath, Parish Cullenwaine, in the Barony of Clonlisk], in Kings Co Esq & King WILLINGTON his eldest son of 1st pt; Robert JACKSON of Cloneganah [[probably Clonagannagh, Parish Dunkerrin, Barony Clonlisk], Kings Co Gent… and Edward KING of Ballymoney Co. Tipperary Gent of 2nd pt. John LOWTHER of Staffordstown Co. Meath Esq. of 3rd pt.  Reciting agreement re: townlands of Tullydonnell Tillydonnell ors Tilydonnell orse Talledonll orse Tellydonnell [Tullydonnell (Gage) or Tullydonnell (O'Callaghan), Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] Umerison orse Emerison orse Emorisian orse Hemerison orse Umerican [possibly Ummeracam (Ball) North, or Ummeracam (Ball) South, or Ummeracam (Johnston) , Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper]  Co. Armagh & £1,200 … house in tenure of Francis LANE sadler bounding on South to Kings pavement and on the north to the Wale of an old Malthouse together with a piece of ground  … [more description] on Thomas St. City of Dublin & one house formerly in tenure of Simon WILLOUGHBY in Mass Lane In City of Dublin leading out of Thomas St down to Ellis Bridge and old Malthouse … WITNESS of signature by Robert JACKSON: James KING & Rev Patrick CONNOLLY Wigsborough Kings, Clerke Memorial witness: James KING & John JONES of City of Dublin Gent

NOTE: I don’t understand the role of Robert JACKSON.

16d

257

188

166382

JACKSON

Armagh

Kings

1767 May 30

Image 103

WILLINGTON & ors to JACKSON & ors.

BTW Joseph HALL of Dolphins Barn Co. Dublin Esq & George CLARKE of Rath [Rath, Parish Cullenwaine, in the Barony of Clonlisk], in Kings Co Eq. of 1 pt Poynts Gaich WILLINGTON of Rath Kings Co. Esq & King WILLINGTON Esq. his eldest son of 2nd pt. John LOWTHER of Staffordstown Co. Meath Esq. of 3rd pt Reciting that Joseph HALL & George CLARKE for term of 500 years surrendered title for of Tullydonnell Tillydonnell ors Tilydonnell orse Talledonll orse Tellydonnell [Tullydonnell (Gage) or Tullydonnell (O'Callaghan), Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] Umerison orse Emerison orse Emorisian orse Hemerison orse Umerican [possibly Ummeracam (Ball) North, or Ummeracam (Ball) South, or Ummeracam (Johnston) , Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper]  in Co. Armagh to John LOWTHER … WITNESS: James KING & Thomas Concord SCOTT of City of Dublin Gents. Memorial witness: James KING & William MOLLOY of Doughill [als Doughill - Droughtville, Parish Drumcullen, Barony Eglish] Kings Co. Gent & John JONES and James KING of City of Dublin

NOTE: No mention in memorial of JACKSON as noted in marginal notes – see #166378

 

257

210

166634

 

Monaghan

1739-1810

DIXON-McM__LY Book 45 (1739-1810) Corfad

Archibald MacALPINE at the Bridge end of Strabane Co Tyrone – not useful to me...8

 

257

321

167388

JACKSON, Elizabeth

Dublin

1767 Sept 13

STEPHENS Book Index 1758-1768

Image 175

Btw William VICARS of City of Dublin Chandler eldest son & heir of Jeremiah VICARS late of Crooked Staff in Co Dublin tanner deceased who was surviving trustee in will of Samuel HEATH late of Kilmainham Co Dublin tanner deceased of 1st part; William JACKSON of Mill Street in Co Dublin tanner only son of Lydia HEATH deceased widow of Samuel HEATH of the 2nd pt;  Ann VICARS widow and executrix of Jeremiah VICARS  named in the last will of Samuel HEATH Lydia GANNON widow and Elizabeth MELDRUM otherwise SANDERSON otherwise JACKSON of City of Dublin widow Lydia GANON and Elizabeth MELDRUM were daughters of Lydia  HEATH & Thomas STEPHENS of Cole Alley Dublin, Merchant of 3rd pt … part of lands of Mullenegrave 2a in possession of William SMTH in Co. Dublin  William VICARS [SEAL] William JACKSON [SEAL] WITNESS: John ASHENHURST & Robert JONES

SEE: Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff - Descendants. Mill street in the Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore was known as Tanner’s Row. Crumlin Cemetery (the old St. Mary's Church): JACKSON: This Stone and Burial Place Belongeth to Will"11 Jackson of Mill Street Tanner and his Posterity 1772. SOURCE: JMDI iv p. 231

16d

257

441

169096

JACKSON, John

Kilkenny

1767 Jan 16

ELLIOT & ors Book Index 1768-1776

to provide a jointure for Elizabeth JACKSON, (wife of John JACKSON), John JACKSON of Curluddy, Kilkenny convents with John ELLIOT & Samuel CORBET, Gent of Durrow that when he becomes seized of any undivided pt of Portnescotty Portnecolty Dungoly? Carladdy in Kildare as he is entitled from Elizabeth JACKSON, widow and of Ballinaboly Dunamggin & other to provide a jointure for Elizabeth JACKSON, (wife of John JACKSON), John JACKSON convents with John ELLIOT and Samuel CORBET that when he becomes seized of any undivided pt of Portnescotty Portnecolty Dungoly? Carladdy in Kilkenny as he is entitled from Elizabeth JACKSON, widow, and of Ballinaboly Dunamggin & other lands in Kilkenny plus Kilpeason in Limerick as he is entitled to on the death of Edward VILLIERS or sooner if required, that he (John JACKSON) or his heirs will convey  sd lands in trust to John ELLIOT and Samuel CORBET, with further directions as to various circumstances recorded. WITNESSES: Lewis DUNN, Gent of Tubberb QUEENS; James HENDERSON, apprentice. SEE: JACKSONs of Kilkenny Family tree.

Notes by Mike Stewart NOTE: These townlands are all in Kilkenny, but the notes said Kildare. I have changed them accordingly.

 

258

45

165708

McCULLAGH

 

1758-1768

McCULLOCH Robert to STERON SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

258

112

168025

BRADFORD

Monaghan

 

DRUMMUCK 10 Nov., 1767 Patrick Delany, D.D., Dean of Down leased to David Gillespie of Drumuck, Tullycorbet Parish, linen draper, the t?te of Drumuck in Cremome Barony (bounded on the east by Derryvolly and Shantonagh; on the south by Lisgoran and Eadenenea; on the west by Corskea; and on the north by Edeneferkin), containing 85 acres, 2 roods, 2 perches, from 1 November inst. for the lives of Brothiet [?Robert] Gillespie, son of David, and of John and William, sons of Charles Gillespie of Dublin, Attorney-at-Law. Rent was ?23.2s.6d. per year. Witnesses included John Bradford of Edenenea, County Monaghan, farmer. (R.D. Vol. 258, p. 112, No. 168,025) The Barton Estate and Lough Bawn in County Monaghan Donald M. Schlegel  Source: Clogher Record, Vol. 15, No. 2 (1995), pp. 104-145  Published by: Clogher Historical Society  Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/27699393   

 

258

140

168459

JACKSON, Richard

Armagh

Dublin

1767 Oct 20

WHYTE -JACKSON 1730-1745  

Image 81

Francis WHITE [WHYTE] of Redhills, Co. Cavan Esq. for consid mentioned assigned to Richard JACKSON of Forkhill Lodge [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper]Co. Armagh Esq. House or Tenement on east side of Jervis St City of Dublin wherein Elizabeth HANDCOCK of City of Dublin widow dwelt with the backside garden house Office Coachhouse and Stable {Merciento?] belonging mearing on the south with the holding of Hugh BATHOSHER [?] in the occupation of John CAHIL on the East with al and Lying on the Rere of said premes leading to the Coach House and Stable on the North with a house and Ground then in Occupation of George MEARES [SHEARES?] and on the west with Jervis Street … lease 5 Sept 1742 from Tristrum FORTICK [?] of the Geo: of Conliffe Co. Dublin Esq to Elizabeth HANDCOCK of City of Dublin Widow to term of 90 years … reciting  22 March 1758 became vested in Francis WHITE  …to hold to said Robert JACKSON [sic?] for 90 years WITNESS: Samuel AIKIN of City of Dublin, Gent & William SAUNDERSON servant to Francis WHITE . Mem WITNESS: Samuel AIKIN & Thomas FARRALL Butler to Francis WHITE

x

258

141

168460

JACKSON

Dublin

Cavan

Armagh

1766 Nov 6

Vicars Choral of St. Patrick – JACKSON

Patrick ROCK -JACKSON 1730-

Image 81

Lease btw Vicars Choral of St. Patrick of the 1 pt & Richard JACKSON of Forkhill [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper] Lodge Co Armagh  Esq of the other demised to Richard JACKSON parcel of land on south side of King Street near Stephens Green als Hoggins Green in Parish of St. Peters near the City of Dublin bounded on the West of the lands belonging to the Dean of Christ Church Dublin, and containing 285 feet on the North to the Kings pavement and containing 250 feet on the East to the rear of the holdings on the West side of St Stephen Green aforesaid and containing 306 feet on the fourth to Rapparce Alley and containing 212 feet more or less on which premis several houses or tenements are built with the appurtenances. To hold unto the said Richard JACKSON, his executors, administrators and assigns from the feast of Saint Michael the Archangel then last past for threescore years at the yearly rent of £16 sixpence.. WITNESSES: Samuel AIKEN of City of Dublin Gent & William SAUNDERSON servant to Francis WHITE of Redhills, Co Cavan Esq. NOTE: Rapparee Alley was later called Glovers Alley.

 

258

147

168522

JOHNSTON

Tyrone

1766 Jan 23

JOHNSTON-JOHNSTON Notes in 2009 diary

Alexander JOHNSTON of Cooler___gh, Co. Tyrone, Clerk & Samuel JOHNSTON of Co. Tyrone ... townlands Mullinae from will of William JOHNSTON (NOTE: may be worth more attention)

 

258

402

172729

JACKSON

Armagh

Antrim

1759 Feb 7

OBRE-JACKSON Cloncaress Manor Clastillen  TI Vol 2 (1739-1810)

Image 223

George OBRE of Lisburn, Co. Antrim Esq of 1 pt & George JACKSON of Clancarifs  [Cloncarrish, Parish Tartaraghan, Barony Oneilland West] of the other Demised part of the townland of Clancarifs bounded on the east with part of townland of Deryhoriff [Note to the east of are the townlands of Breagh and Cloncore but one townland over are the townands of  Derrykeeran, and Derrykeevan, both in Parish Tartaraghan, Barony Oneilland West] and a park of land in possession of William TROTTER, to the south with a parcel of land in possession of Richard GREENWAY to the West with the Drain between the townland of Gauland [Gallrock, Parish Tartaraghan, Barony Oneilland West  is to the west] Clancarifs to the North with a parcel of land of Clancarifs in possession of Robert GREENWAY containing 18a 17p English Measure in the possession of said George JACKSON & Co. Armagh to hold for natural lives of William JACKSON, Jane JACKSON & George JACKSON and John ROE son of George ROE of Derryogle [??], Co. Armagh… yearly rent £7.14s. WITNESS: Edmund MURPHY late of Clanlelann Co. Armagh & Robert MATTHEWS of Breagh [Parish Tartaraghan, Barony Oneilland West] Co Armagh of Manor of Clanklew & John BURGES of Town of Armagh…

 

258

420

173016

JACKSON, George

Louth

1768 Nov 17

JACKSON-STEWART Book Index 1768-1776

Rev. George JACKSON of Kilbannon, Co. Louth of 1 pt & Rev. Dr. Richard STEWART Rector of parish of Louth, Co Louth of other pt…. ref made btw Matthew PLUNKETT Lord Louth to Rev. Peter JACKSON of Kincoole, Co Louth deceased of other pt…. town and lands of Ardpatrick 102 acres in Parish & Barony of Co Louth to hold to Peter JACKSON for lives of Peter JACKSON, Frances his wife & George his son. SEE: JACKSONS of Steeple

 

258

453

174083

OLIVER, Silver

 

1768- 1776

OLIVER-CAUGHERY

 

258

504

174303

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1769 Feb 10

JACKSON-DEAKEN Book Index 1768-1776

Image 275

Richard JACKSON only son and heir at law of Richard JACKSON late of City of Dublin. Esq deceased. & Ruth DEACON of City of Dublin widow. JACKSON demised to DEACON land on north side of Alley commonly known as Glover’s Alley., Parish of St. Peters, Co Dublin. WITNESS: Samuel EDWARDS & William JACKSON both of City of Dublin. Richard JACKSON [SEAL]  NOTE: This is the Richard JACKSON of Forkhill SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

259

99

163624

JACKSON, Peter wife & ors

 

 

STEWART Book Index 1758-1768 Wrong Book. NOTE: These are the numbers recorded under JACKSON in the Names Index, but book #259 starts with 165230. I also looked in bk 245, 247, 248, 250, 252 & 253.

16d

259

156

165916

JACKSON, James

Kings

1766 Dec 26

Image 86

Birr, aka Parsonstown, Kings Co. WITNESS: James JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co.; William GOULDING of Birr, Kings Co. & William JESSOP.

 

259

259

173140

STEEL, Robert

Antrim

1768-1776

STEEL-BROWNE

Robert STEEL of Larne, Antrim Weaver of 1 pt & David BROWN of Larne Barber

16d

259

483

172883

RUTHERFORD

Monaghan

1739-1810

BUCHANAN to RUTHERFORD  Cadagh (TI Bk 45)

x

260

51

166445

JACKSON, Joseph & wife & ors

Limerick

1767 Jul 6

CORMS-McGARRELL Book Index 1758-1768

Btw Elizabeth CORNE widow & sole executor of Joseph CORNE late of City of Limerick, Mason dec’d & Joseph JACKSON of said City Gent & Mary JACKSON otherwise CORNE one of the daughters and co-heiresses of sd Joseph CORNS... SEE Notes under JACKSON, John

 

260

175

 

168262

JACKSON, John & Jane & ors

Kings;

Dublin

1767 Oct 9

BLIGH-JACKSON Book Index 1758-1768

Btw Rev. Robert BLIGH of Barrys Hall, Co Cork of one pt & Rev. Daniel JACKSON of Tullymore [Tullamore, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan]  in Kings Co Francis EVANS of City of Dublin Esq  and Frances JACKSON of City of Dublin, spinster of the other part ... and Rev. George PHILIPS of City of Dublin Vicar of Rathcoole & Jane PHILLIPS otherwise JACKSON his wife of 3rd pt & Rev. John JACKSON of Clonsagh Co of Dublin guardian of Edward BEVER minor eldest son of Mary ASHENHURST otherwise BEVER otherwise THOUGLEY who was the widow of Samuel BEVER Esq & the daughter of Abraham SHRIGLY Esq. dec’d who was the eldest son of Folliot SHRIGLEY Esq of 4th pt... lots of lands mentioned… the several gardens orchards and 93 acres formerly in possession of Foliot SHRIGLEY  Esq. the Windmill House and gardens formerly in the possession of William Coleman GEORGES Bart and Hill Meadow.. more land details of Feltham, all lands in Barony of Coolock also mills near Chaplizod containing two leather mills 2 scrutch mills one paper mill, one corn mill and six acres of land and meadow of Clondalkin in Co. Dublin… in possession of Robert BLIGHE together with the debt of 1300 pounds & the interest to grow due were granted to Thomas HUNT and by him to said Robert BLIGH. WITNESSES: Abel CARTER, Arthur BOSWELL, on basis of letter from Robert BLIGH to Francis HOPKINS of City of Dublin, Gent.

Derbyshire JACKSONS mentioned: 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

 

260

196

168574

McCULLAGH

Dublin

 

McCULLOCH Willm to LEIGH 1758-1768

Wm McCULLOGH of Dublin SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

260

248

168802

JACKSON,

Micajah

Cork; Dublin

1760 Nov 26

JACKSON-BEALY Book Index 1768-1776

Btw Micajah JACKSON of City of Cork Merch of 1 pt & Robert BEASLEY in Chamber St, City of Dublin, Clothier of other pt... dwelling house north side of Chamber st... for natural life of Samuel VICKERS of City of Dublin Merch... Witness: Thomas VICKERS ... NOTE: In 1762, Trade, Property & Legal Notices from the ‘Corke Journal’: JACKSON, Micajah, Linen-Draper, next door to St. Peter's Church. NOTE: He was the son on William JACKSON & Anne PERRY.

 

260

315

169040

JACKSON, Anne

Dublin

1768 Jan 13

CROSLY

Image 179

Lease whereby Ann JACKSON of the city of Dublin widow, the consideration therein mentioned devised to Daniel CROSLEY of the city of Dublin [Brager?] . The dwelling house or tenement with a stable and offices behind the same situate on the North side of Pill Lane in the suburbs of the city of Dublin, formerly known by the sign of the Black Lyon and then known by the sign of the Golden Key and then in the possession of Isaac WILLIAMS mearing and bounded on the West to the dwelling house and concerns of Mr John ALLEY on the East to a passage leading to Mr Richard MAXWELL’s concerns on the North to yard belonging to John ADAMS and on the South to Pill Lane for a term of seven years at the yearly rent of £24. Anne JACKSON. [SEAL]. WITNESS: James MECUM flax Draper, Henry Stevens REILY Not pub.  NOTE: She may have been Ann JACKSON orse BAALFE, and her husband may have been the Henry JACKSON who was the High Sherriff of Dublin. SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe

 

261

95

166839

JACKSON, Elizabeth

Dublin

1767 Aug 17

CUNNINGHAM Book Index 1758-1768

Lease btw Francis BOOKER of City of Alderman of 1st pt Luke STOCK of same City Hosier surviving executor of Thomas JACKSON of the same City Glass Seller deceased & Testamentary guardian to John JACKSON and Richard JACKSON sons of said Thomas JACKSON deceased minors the 2nd pt Elizabeth JACKSON of the same City spinster daughter of the said Thomas JACKSON of the 3rd pt & John CUNNINGHAM of Glasgow in the Kingdom of North Britain Merchant  of the 4th pt whereby the said Francis BOOKER Luke STOCK & Elizabeth JACKSON for the consideration therein mentioned did demise and set unto the said John CUNNINGHAM his heirs etc all that the Entry adjoining the sd John CUNNINGHAMs House on the Back of the Blind Quay in the said City formerly known by the name of Thomas’ Entry containing in depth  33 feet 6 inches and in breadth 8 feet…

15

261

267

168571

JACKSON, Peter wife & ors

Dublin

1767 Dec 17

WHITTHORNE Book Index 1758-1768

Deed of Lease and release  btw Peter JACKSON of City of Dublin Hacklemaker of the one pt & James WHITTHORNE of the same City watchmaker of the other part…land situate on the East side of Capel Street in the suburbs of Dublin City also known as #17 containing in from to the street 37 feet 4 inches and in depth front to rere 130 feer 4 inches… during the lives of Joanna JACKSON wife of the said Peter JACKSON, Peter JACKSON his eldest son & John JAMES son of John JAMES of the Corp of Dublin Carpenter. NOTE: In other deeds, he was referred to as a blacksmith.

NOTE: There was mention in the index of Rev. Peter JACKSON and others.- that seems to be a red herring, although it is not impossible that his father was a Rev. Peter JACKSON The wife of the Peter JACKSON Hacklemaker was Johanna VINCENT. JACKSONs of Wicklow – Fairy Hill.

15

261

277

168946

HAMILTON

Monaghan

1768 Jan 27

BLAYNEY-HAMILTON

Dowager Lady Blayney (Mary Cairns)

Alexander Hamilton, City of Dublin

Re marriage of 3rd daughter of Lady Blayney, Anne Murray to Theophilus Jones, Privy Councillor, Dublin

Reciting deeds from 21st June 1743, 28th & 29th  Feb, 1752 & 1754

Gives a long list of lands in the county

In the presence of Robert Hamilton, Thomas Clements & John Carrole

Transcription thanks to Peter McWilliams.

 

261

376

172285

 

 

1768-76

Robert JOHNSTON – DICKEY

 

261

384

171895

BARTLEY

Dublin

Rosscommon

1768-1784

Chas BARTLY to McDONNELL 

x

261

529

172554

OLIVER

Armagh

1768 Sept 2

GLOVER-OLIVER, Benjamin 

NAMES: James GLOVER; Benjamin OLIVER; Samuel WATT; Andrew OLIVER; Andrew PRENTICE; Thomas JOHNSTON; Thomas McCANN; Henry CUST. PLACES: Tyrearly aka Tirearly [Tirearly, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Parish of Lisnadill; Ballinahonebeg [Ballynahone Beg, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh, Parish of Armagh both in Co. Armagh SEE: JACKSONs of Urker

d

261

530

172582

BAILIE

Monaghan

Armagh

1739-1810

WHIGHAM to BAILIE  Drumore (TI Bk 45)

x

261

547

172735

JACKSON, Joseph & wife

Tipperary

1768 Feb 1

FENNELL Book Index 1768-1776

Image 287

Btw Joseph JACKSON of Tincurry, Co. Tipperary, Clothier & Mary JACKSON otherwise FENNELL his wife of 1 pt & George FENNELL of Killcommon, Co. Tipperary Gent of other pt…. land of Cooleappah 41a 16p Barony Middl third Co. Tipperary then in occupation of John BRYAN … and also lands of Coolmayne then in possession of John FENNELL deceased …[more lands]

 

261

610

175298

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1769 Apr 22

 

1766 Jun 10

McCULLAGH-WALLACE Tullyvallen,

Image 320

Alan McCULLAGH of Lurgannearly, Co. Monaghan, farmer for 30 pounds consideration did grant to William WALLACE of Newry, Co. Down Gent,  70 acres 30p on Hill called Tullyneal [NOTE: on Discovery Map #28 Tullyneill is west of the town of Newtownhamilton] joining John McGOWEN’s and John ROGERS lands  situate within the townland of Tullyvallen [NOTE: Based on the location of Tullyneil this is likely Tullyvallan, Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper]. The other Tullyvallen townlands are slightly south of this.] WITNESSES: David RICHARDSON, Hugh BOYD, of Newry Merchant SEE: McCULLAGH connections

1766 Jun 10 NAMES: William McCULLAGH of Tullygalone; Alexander McCULLAGH of Tullyallen; John McCULLAGH; Patrick GIBSON of Crunagh; Robert McCALL; Joseph McGOWN of Keadybeg; Robert McCALLA; John SCOTT; William MOLINEUX; Thomas McCANN.

 

262

64

166496

DAWSON

Leitrim

Dublin

Monaghan

1766 Feb 3

DAWSON, James-JOHNSTON1758-1768

DAWSON, William-JOHNSTON

James JOHNSTON of Gortermoore, Co. Leitrim Esq. on behalf of Mary JOHNSTON, eldest daughter of the said James JOHNSTON of 1st pt. James DAWSON & William DAWSON both  of Kilmore, Co. Monaghan of 2nd pt. Alexander JOHNSTON of Gortermoor Gent & John DAWSON of City of Dublin merchant… marriage btw William JOHNSTON & Mary DAWSON… 350 pounds marriage portion … James DAWSON had freeholds in Co. Monaghan as a provision for his younger children.

 

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365

11727

HOUSTON

Armagh

1768 Jul 19

Two tenements on Abby Street, City of Armagh known as Tools tenements. I was looking for OLIVERs – there were none.

 

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53

166266

JACKSON, Robert

Kings.

1767 Jul 6

PRONI T808/8263

Memorial registered 6 July 1767 of lease of 4 July 1767 from Samuel WINTER of Agher, Co. Meath Esq to Robert JACKSON of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt] in Kings Co. Gent. Tythes of St. Kerans Parish; Tythes of Knockarley Newtown [Newtown , Parish Roscomroe, Barony Ballybritt] & Lowhollon in Rosconnor Parish; lands of the Glebe lands of Upper Ballyshane [Ballyshane , Parish Kinnitty, Barony Ballybritt]; Tythes of Upper Ballyshane Tulla Ballyhalack Ballym’Murragh Glenfilly 100 acres Kinnitty & Castletown [aka Castletown and Glinsk, Parish Kinnitty, Barony Ballybritt] in Kinnitty] Parish in Ballybritt Barony in Kings County. WITNESSES Henry PIERCE & Walter SWEETMAN both of Dublin City. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

 

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16737

JACKSON, Richard & wife

Dublin

1767 Oct 24

SCRIVEN Book Index 1758-1768

Image 148

Deed of release bwt Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Dr. of Laws Esq. in consideration of £400 did sell to Edward SCRIVEN of City of Dublin Gent now in his actual possession part of the lands of Killmacud  [possibly Kilmacud East probably Kilmacud West, Parish Kilmacud, Barony Rathdown] in Co Dublin commonly known as Slang Brady’s field Gallagher’s holding Michael the [?] farm NOWLANDS holding & WILMOTs holding 26a 4p bounded on the east by Rowland JACOBs holding and partly by the road from Dublin [L2021] to the said Richard JACKSONs dwelling house, on  the west by the other part of lands of Killmacud now in possession of Jacob MARCKS & John BRENNAN and on the north by the road leading from Stillorgan to Churchtown and on the south by the said Rowland JACOBs holding and by the road to the Mansion House of Killmacud for lives of Rev. Dr Richard Challenor COBB & Edward HARTIGAN son of Edward HARTIGAN late of Dame Street Apothecary deceased. Contained in lease from Judith ARABIN to said Richard JACKSON therein recited 6 Sept 1767 whereby John McMAHON of City of Dublin Gent demised to Rt Hon Mary Lady Viscountess Mountmorris the Coach House and stables in Stable Lane called Sackville Lane in County of City of Dublin … WITNESS: Mary CHARTRES spinster & Barthomew DELANDRE Gent of City of Dublin John McMAHON [SEAL}

NOTE: He may be the Richard JACKSON (abt 1720-btw1768-1769) brother of Rev. WilliamFrancis JACKSON (1737-1795). Need to follow up on adjacent townlands Holywell & Stillorgan.

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263

322

169301

 

Armagh

1768 Feb 13

Richard JONES – TIPPING

Richard JONES of Dolanstown Co Meath Esq & Elizabeth Jones HALL his wife of the 1 pt & Edward TIPPING of Mount Hill [Mounthill, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Co Armagh Esq. of the other pt. reciting the sd Rebecca HALL, Richard JONES & Elizabeth his wife demised to Edward TIPPING then in his actual possession lands of Clarinagh [Claranagh, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], in parish of Creggan to hold for lives [only one mentioned] of Edward TIPPING son aged 7 years…. Rent of 56 pounds.

NOTE: Edward TIPPING jr (1763-1798) married Mary BLAYNEY. The townland of Mounthill was also connected to Mary  COULTER, dau of Samuel COULTER (1690-?)  who married a Samuel TIPPING. I need to follow up on likely connections.

NOTE: Ballynagleragh [see Ballynaclosha, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] was the old name of Ballsmill; Ballynaghy is the modern Mounthill [Mounthill (Baile an Achaidh), Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] renamed after Rector Hill. SOURCE: The History of the Parish of Creggan in the 17th and 18th Centuries. L. P. Murray, Isaac Dobson, Wm. Frankland and J. Southey. Journal of the County Louth Archaeological Society, Vol. 8, No. 2 (1934), pp. 128

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264

39

167220

JACKSON, John

Antrim

1767 Jul 20

 

1767 Sep 20

Crossle notes

Registered by John [his mark] JACKSON parcel of ground situate on east side of Pottinger Entry, Belfast containing in front next said entry 127 feet

Image 28

BTW Arthur Earl of Dartry of 1 pt & John JACKSON of Belfast in Town of Antrim Shoemaker of other pt. whereby the said Arthur Earl of Darty for consideration granted to said John JACKSON parcel of land on east side of Pottinger’ Entry, Belfast containing in the length at the front next the entry 677’ extending backwards 27’ premises then in occupation of John JACKSON or his undertenants .. in the margin of the said indenture is particularly mentioned and described and also all the necessary tenements or other erections and buildings which then were oral anytime during the continuance of the said demise should be erected and built on the said piece or parcel of ground thereby demised with their and every of their rights members ad appurtenances except as are therein excepted to hold unto John JACKSON … for natural lives of Arthur Earl of Donegal, Ann Countess of Donegall his wife and the Honorable John CHICHESTER brother to the said Earl … WITNESS: Henry JOY of Belfast weaver & David HENDERSON Clerk to Henry & Robert JOY of Belfast Printers. John [his mark] JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: The dates of death of the lives: Arthur CHICHESTER Earl of Donegal  (1695-1757) & John CHICHESTER (1700-1746)

 

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50

167228

JACKSON, John

Antrim

1767 Sep 23

Crossle notes

Registered by John [his mark] JACKSON parcel of ground situate east side of Cornmarket Street, Belfast 29 feet in front. WITNESSES: Henry JOY, printer & Robert HENDERSON clerk to Henry & Robert JOY

Image 34

BTW Arthur Earl of Dartry of 1 pt & John JACKSON of Belfast in Town of Antrim Shoemaker of other pt. whereby the said Arthur Earl of Darty for consideration granted to said John JACKSON parcel of land on west side of Corn market Street in Town of Belfast containing in front 24’ and backwards 52’ in occupation of said John JACKSON … for natural lives of Arthur Earl of Donegal, Ann Countess of Donegall his wife and the Honorable John CHICHESTER brother to the said Earl … WITNESS: Henry JOY of Belfast printer & David HENDERSON Clerk to Henry & Robert JOY of Belfast Printers. John [his mark] JACKSON [SEAL]

 

264

137

167368

BROWNE

Tyrone

1765 Jul 25

ANNESLEY, Arthur-BROWNE 1758-1769

William BROWN of Mullogmoyle Parish of Donoghpatrick, Co Tyrone...

 

264

207

167981

MINCHIN

Dublin

1767 Nov 10

JONES-MINCHIN  1758-68

Image 115

BTW Ann HENRY of City of Dublin widow of 1 pt & Francis MINCHIN of City of Dublin Wool draper of other pt and release btw Anne HENRY of 1st pt & Loftus JONES of Ardneglass Co. Sligo Esq of 2nd pt … townlands Rathsaggurry otherwise Rathinaquery [Rathmagurry, Parish Achonry, Barony Leyny]  two quarters of land the quarter of land Brachlonagh the quarter of Carrowreagh the quarter of Buncranagh the Cartron of Brogher otherwise Brochey [Bunnacranagh, Parish Achonry, Barony Leyny]  the lands of Taghaeleigh otherwise Killmalower [??] and Taghehiggin all in Barony Lieney [Leyny], Co. Sligo… in trust for Paul MINCHIN …

NOTE: A Francis MINCHIN was a brother of Anne MINCHIN wife of George JACKSON (?-aft 1820) of Kings Co. (and before that of Mount Pleasant Tipperary). Perhaps Paul MINCHIN was a son. See also minchin.ca and The Book of Minchin: A Family for all Seasons . Trafford Publishing, Victoria, BC, Canada.. “of Dublin, merchant, died leaving issue will dated 1 Sep 1772, proved 21 Jan 1780 > 1 sons, 2 daughters

NOTE: Loftus JONES (1702-1782) married Jane HENRY 10 July 1740 dau of Hugh HENRY. They had a son Francis JONES who died in Bath, unmarried. SOURCE: Pedigree of Jones of Ardneglass & Tubberpatrick.

 

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295

169411

JACKSON, Elizabeth & husb & ors

Dublin

1768 Feb 19

Image 159

GROLLIER & wife-SMYTH Book Index 1768-1776

Bt Charles GROLLIER of City of Dublin hosier & Elizabeth GROLLIER otherwise JACKSON his wife, Administrix of the goods and chattels of Thomas JACKSON late of the City of Dublin dec’d of the 1st part & Edward SMYTH of the said city Esq only son of Sheffington SMITH late of the City of Dublin Esq dec’d by Mary his late wife of the 2nd pt. Henry GORE of the City of Dublin Esq. Mary GORE otherwise SMITH his wife only daughter of the said Skefflington Randall SMYTHE by the said Mary his late wife and only sister  of the said Edward SMYTH of the 3rd pt whereby … in execution of the trust vested in the said Elizabeth GROLIER in relation to the residue of term of 500 years in said Indented Deed for considerations mentioned in Manor Lands … they the said Charles and Elizabeth GROLLIER at the special Instance and request and by the Direction of the said Henry GORE and Mary GORE his wife deceased yield to said Edward SMYTH and his heirs Lea Inchicooley Ulland Carryuacres otherwise Garryuacum otherwise Garrymacon other Lough [?] Loghclonybrockny[?] otherwise Logh Clonybrogy  Kill[?] otherwise Killbride and Dowlagh lying and being in Queens Co.. Trascan [Trascan, Clonyhurk, Barony Upper Philipstown]  Parish Tirmecranagh otherwise Teancunnan [probably Tinacrannagh, Parish Clonyhurk, Barony Upper Philipstown] Kings Co. … WITNESS: John SMYTH City of Dublin Esq & Henry WHITE  and Theobald BERMINGTON both of City of Dublin Gents.

NOTE: Henry GORE (1728-1793) husband of Mary SMYTHE (1737-1812), daughter of Skefflington Randal SMYTHE & Mary MOORE.

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264

567

172430

 

 

1766 May 14

Grantors Index 1768-1776

Abraham WHITE & ors -JACKSON [NOTE: In spite of the Grantors Index record, there was no mention of JACKSON – it was WHITE-WHITE

Image 196

Marriage of  Hugh WHITE son of Alexander WHITE … ½ farm in Kedy

 

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574

178368

OLIVER

Armagh

1739-1810

BANNERMAN-PRINGLE Ballynahonebeg

Wrong Book #

SEE: BANNERMAN-PRINGLE

·         ROD 274-339-178789

·         ROD: 374-339-178789

·         ROD: 219-488-144440

·         ROD: 244-506-159026

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264

604

179542

JACKSON, William

Longford

1770 Jan 27

JACKSON-LITTLE Book Index 1768-1776

Image 316

Btw William JACKSON of Edgeworthstown , Co Longford, Gent & Thomas LITTLE of same Gauger  whereby William JACKSON demised to Thomas LITTLE part of lands of Calogue Co. Longford in possession of William WHITLOW Gent together with part of lands of Calogue known by the name of Windmill Hill in possession of Patrick MAGRATH and partners and Christopher NUGENT with that part of the Bog of Cam now in their possession for lives of said Thomas LITTLE Jane LITTLE otherwise JACKSON his wife and William JACKSON the said William JACKSON’s eldest son. for lives … rent of £1.5.6 annually WITNESS: Laurence CONNELL and William FORSTER. NOTE: I suspect that William JACKSON was the son of Philip JACKSON and Jane POOLE.

 

265

134

172998

BAILIE

 

1763-1777

ANNESLEY, Wm-BAILIE

 

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158

174029

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1766 Jul 10

McCULLOUGH-McCULLOUGH Tullyvallen [likely Tullyvallan, Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper]

NAMES: William McCULLAGH of Tullygalone; Alexander McCULLAGH of Tullyallen; John McCULLAGH; Patrick GIBSON of Crunagh; Robert McCALL; Joseph McGOWN of Keadybeg; Robert McCALLA; John SCOTT; William MOLINEUX; Thomas McCANN. SEE: McCULLAGH connections

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265

167

174496

JACKSON, James

Wicklow

1769 Jan 31

CARROLL & ors Book Index 1768-1776

Image 91

Deed of release between James JACKSON of Spinanstown and County Wicklow gent of the first part, Henry CAROLL of Ballynure in County Wicklow Esquire. William COOKE of Griffinstown, Co Wicklow of the second part; George WINSTON of the city of Dublin Esquire the third part and Rachel NEEDHAM spinster of the fourth part. Reciting that a marriage was intended shortly to be had and solemnised between the said James JACKSON and the said Rachel NEEDHAM by which said deed of release the said James JACKSON in consideration of said intended marriage and of the sum of £500, the marriage portion of the said Rachel NEEDHAM and by her paid as in said deed is expressed and in order for providing a jointure and provision and maintenance for the said Rachel NEEDHAM in case she should survive the said James JACKSON her said intended husband he the said Richard JACKSON did grant bargain sell assign release and confirm unto the said Henry CAROLL and William COOKE, in their actual possession being by virtue of a lease for a year and to their heirs all that part of the town and lands of Spinanstown in possession of said James JACKSON containing by common estimate 111 acres and three roods of land plantation measure in the Barony of Talbotstown the County of Wicklow, which were by an indented lease 22nd May 1746 granted by the Reverend Richard BALDWIN. Doctor in Divinity, and the late provost of Trinity College in Dublin since released to the said James JACKSON by the name of James JACKSON of Eadestown, but then of Spinans in County Wicklow farmer for three lives with a covenant of renewal is for ever… [more legal] that Rachel would receive an annuity yearly rent charges of £50, the rest natural life payable out of the lands … WITNESS: William JACKSON of Baltinglass County Wicklow, Victualler. And Robert SHAW of Baltinglass County Wicklow, farmer.  James JACKSON. SEAL. SEE: ROD 310-32- 205357 for connection to Alexander JACKSON of Tyrone (son of James & Rachel). SEE: JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass.

NOTE: 1775 May 20. John BOURKE, Druggist of Dublin City and Rachall NEEDHAM orse JACKSON, widow of Dublin City to marry shortly; Rachall NEEDHAM seized of considerable fortune. If Rachall NEEDHAM to die before it, it shd be lawful for her to dispose of £150 for purposes she shd think fit & in case she does die, same amt to go to child of marriage, if none.

NOTE: 6 Feb. 1769. Married Mr. James JACKSON of Spinans, co. Wicklow, to Miss Rachael Needham. She died 1779.

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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244

175013

 

Meath

1769 Apr 8

NIX-GRIER Creekstown,

Image 131

Alexander NIX & Oliver NIX both of Creckstown, Co. Meath set to Abraham GRIER of City of Dublin, Merch all the lands of Creekstown for term of 31 years. No mention of JACKSON

 

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250

175028

JACKSON, Dorcas

Sligo

1769 Mar 25

WILLS Book Index 1768-1776 Barony Corran

CarrowmcLenanay Carrowreagh

Cross

Cloonegashell

Image 134

BTW Dorcas JACKSON otherwise KING otherwise ORMSBY of Co. Sligo, Widow, mother & administrator of Mary SMITH otherwise KING widow deceased the only surviving child of Francis KING the younger deceased husband of the said Dorcas & also Administrator of goods etc of late husband Francis KING of the 1 pt & Thomas WILLS of Dublin, Gent of the other pt. Leased lands of Emlaughnaughten [Emlaghnaghtan, Parish Emlaghfad, Barony Corran] Carrowmaclinany [Carrowmaclenany, Parish Emlaghfad, Barony Corran] Corrowagh [Carraroe (An Cheathrú Rua) (aka Carrowroe), Parish St. John's. Barony Carbury] Ardsallagh [Ardsallagh, Parish Emlaghfad, Barony Corran] Toneprona [Tonaponra, Parish Toomour, Barony Corran] Tinaghroe [??] & Lorgar [??] Barony Corran Co. Sligo. WITNESS: William PHIBBS the younger of Rathmullen [possibly Carrickrathmullan, Parish Drumrat, Barony Corran] Co. Sligo & John IRWIN City of Dublin Gent & John JOHNSTON Gent of City of Dublin

 

265

270

175082

OLIVER

 

1758 Apr 22

OLIVER, Silver Esq. Of Co. Limerick. MS A&B nickred

 

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383

176737

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1769 July 15

Image 205

A Memorial of articles of agreement btw Henry HAWKSHAW of Newport Co. Dublin Surgeon of one pt & Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin of the other pt. Whereby Henry Hawkshaw demised to Richard JACKSON the house or tenement where Mary BROWNJOHN lately dwelt with a Backside behind it Mearing and Bounded on the East side to Mr. [SUNELL’s?] house on the west to George BYRNES House on the North to Thomas CHEATER’s holding and on the South to Great Cuffe Street containing in breadth 19’ 3” and in depth 60’ Situate in Great Cuffe Street to hold from 25 March 1760 for term of 250 years for rent of £26 yearly payable half yearly the said Richard JACKSON to hold the same for seven years and afterwards to be at Liberty in any year after to surrender the said House giving the said Henry HAWKSHAW 6 months notice … WITNESS Hugh ROBINETT Attorney at Law & William ROBINETT Notary Public

 

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383

176738

SALE, Katherine

Dublin

1769 May 10

Image 205

Whereby Katherin SALE widow & sole executor of the last will and testament of Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. deceased in consid of sum of £100 transferred to Richard COOPER of City of Dublin Esq. all his the said Richard JACKSONs right Title and Interest and of her the said Katherine SALE as his Executrix on House situate in Great Cuffe Street Dublin containing in front 19’3” and from front to rere 63’ to hold to Richard COOPER for term of 241 years unexpired in the original lease made of said premises to the said Richard JACKSON by Henry HAWKSHAW of Newport Co. Dublin Chirurgeon … WITNESSES: Richard HALL and Bartholemew NOWLAN of Great Britain St. Gents

See also ROD: 243-111-158743

NOTE: A will was proved in 1769 for Richard JACKSON of Dublin L.L.D.

Benthams Abstracts: Richard JACKSON Dublin Doctor of Laws 17 Nov 1768 proved 24 Apr 1769

Aunt Katherine SALE wife of Dr. Edward SALE

 

265

407

176815

BAILLIE

Louth

1769 July 21

BAILIE to CRAVEN1739-1810 Phillipstown

(TI Bk 73)

Hans BAILIE … witnessed Richard JONES & John JONES.

 

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527

177853

JACKSON, Robert

Kings.

1769 Nov 2

COOKE-JACKSON Grange,

Ballymacurragh,

Conveyance Robert JACKSON The elder, Esq. Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt], Kings Co. Randall COOKE released to Robert JACKSON the lands of Ballymacmurragh [Ballymacmurragh, Parish Kinnitty, Barony Ballybritt, Kings. Co. incl 220 acres plantation measure Parish of Trinity [?] Barony of Ballybritten  [Ballybritt] Kings Co. Witnessed by Robert JACKSON the younger of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony Ballybritt],  SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

 

265

528

177854

JACKSON, Robert

Kings

1769 Nov 2

William JONES – JACKSON 1768-76  Parsonstown, aka Birr

Image 288

Btw William JONES of Clonaghill [Clonoghil Lower  OR Clonoghil Upper OR Clonoghil Upper2, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt] Kings Co Farmer & Robert JACKSON jr of Parsons Town [aka Birr now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], in same Co. Gent  of other part … demised to JACKSON house Messuage or tenement lately held by James CARRY butcher and in possession of JACKSON with garden adjoining… on east side of Moorpark St. town of Parsonstown, Kings Co…. one peppercorn SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

 

265

528

177855

JACKSON, Robert

Kings.

1769 Nov 2

COOKE-JACKSON

Image 288

BTW Randall COOKE of Drom Co. Tipperary Esq. of 1st pt & Robert JACKSON of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt] Kings Co. of 2nd pt. … lands of Ballymackmurragh [Ballymacmurragh], Parish Kinity [Kinnitty] Barony Ballybritt, [Ballybritt],  Kings Co.

… WITNESS: Robert JACKSON the younger of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co. Gent & Richard DELANE of town of Tipperary, Co. Tipperary.

, SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

 

265

643

180137

DAWSON

 

1768-1776

DAWSON, Arthur-JOHNSTON

 

266

57

167863

JACKSON, Mary

Cork

1767 May 20

CORKER-JACKSON Cork,

for consids, Rev. Chambre CORKER to Mary JACKSON, widow, relict and sole executrix of Rev. William JACKSON late of  Lota in North liberties of Cork city; dec'd, [grantee 1765 Nov 14] of yearly annuity of £14 for 29 years if she should live so long, out of the lease from John WALWEY [John GALWEY?] Esq. [grantor 1765 Nov 14]  to William JACKSON of dwelling house gardens & demesne lands of Lota [81 Engl Statute acres] then in tenancy and occupancy of Richard BRADSHAW for 31 years from 1 May then last past at £160. WITNESSES: Ruby PATHETT, clerk to Michael McCARTHY; Michael McCARTHY, publican. Notes thanks to Mike Stewart. Rev. William JACKSON (1713-1767) SEE: Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross, Volume 1. William Maziere Brady. And footnoted ROD at 1757 Apr 5

 

266

58

167864

JACKSON, William

Cork

1767 Nov 14

SEE ABOVE Cork,

GALWEY- JACKSON

John GALWEY to Rev. William JACKSON of Lots in North liberties of Cork of dwelling house gardens & demesne lands of Lots [81 acres Engl Statute measure] late in tenancy and occupancy of Richard BRADSHAW. Memorial executed by Mary JACKSON as William JACKSON lately deceased. Note that the surname in this memorial is clearly GALWEY while in previous deed it is clearly WALWEY. Notes thanks to Mike Stewart. SEE: Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross, Volume 1. William Maziere Brady. And footnoted ROD at 1757 Apr 5

 

266

63

167868

JACKSON,

Mary & husb

Kilkenny

Cork

1767 May 20

CORKER Book Index 1758-1768

for £250 and other consids, Mary JACKSON, then of West Court, Kilkenny, widow & sole executrix of Rev. William JACKSON Lota in North Liberties of Cork city; lately deceased to Rev. William JACKSON [? – also mentioned Chambre CORKER, Rev. Clerk of Lota in North liberties of Cork city] of dwelling house gardens & demesne lands of Lota [81 Engl Statute acres] as demised by John GALWEY to William JACKSON  Nov 14 1765 [which then was in tenancy and occupancy of Richard BRADSHAW for 31 years from 1 May then last past at £160]. WITNESSES: Ruby PATHETT, clerk to Michael McCARTHY; Michael McCARTHY, publican.  Notes thanks to Mike Stewart. SEE: Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross, Volume 1. William Maziere Brady. And footnoted ROD at 1757 Apr 5

 

266

119

169142

McCULLAGH

 

1768-1776

McCULLOCH Alexr to BELL SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

266

255

170283

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1768 Apr21

McCULLAGH, Mary - DOBBIN Notes in 2009 diary 1768-1776

GRAVES-McCULLAGH

Marriage: John GRAVES jr of City of Dublin of 1st part; James DOBBIN & Henry BAMBRICK both of town & Co. Armagh of 2nd part & Mary McCULLOUGH of said town and Co. Armagh, spinster of 3rd part ... marriage shortly to be had between J. GRAVES jr. & M. McCULLOUGH ... grant ... unto said James DOBBIN & Henry BAMBRICK ... 4 houses in tenements in Blanchford, Co. Dublin which John GRAVES the elder holds by lease. WITNESS: Robert SCOTT, Town of Armagh, apothecary & John MACARTNEY of Town of Armagh, merchant, both in Co. Armagh & John WILSON, Town & Co. Armagh; George WILSON formerly of Armagh. SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

266

256

170287

WALLACE

Armagh

Dublin

1745 Feb 3

WALLACE-WALLACE Notes in 2009 diary 1768-1776

Thomas WALLACE of Armagh, merchant ... wife, Margaret WALLACE £100 testament. WITNESS: William HERDSMAN of Knock_gan & John HIGGINS of Glenarbe, Co. Tyrone; Patrick Simon KENNEDY of City of Dublin, Gent.

 

266

408

171859

JACKSON, Elizabeth

Dublin

1768 Jul 28

Joseph HONE-Elizabeth JACKSON

intended marriage of Joseph HONE, the younger, Clothier of New Market, Dublin & Elizabeth JACKSON, spinster, daughter of William JACKSON, farmer of Mill Street, Dublin; portion of £1500 from William JACKSON  to Joseph HONE; Joseph HONE the elder, Clothier of New Market St., Dublin to Joseph HONE the younger £1000 + a bond. REGISTER: Charles MEARES; William HUNT, Clothier of Chambre Street, Dublin, named to act with Joseph HONES the younger’s executors to ensure articles of agreement are enacted. WITNESSES: Peter VATEAU, Tanner of Dublin City; Robert TOWERS, Public Notary of Dublin City & Robert JONES, Public Notary of Dublin City. Notes thanks to Mike Stewart. NOTE Two HONE brothers married two sisters Elizabeth & Ann daughters of William JACKSON (abt 1690-1772) & Anne HUNT.. SEE: Deed 320-446-219580 SEE: JACKSONs of Pimlicoe

NOTE: A Sarah VATEAU, daughter of Paul Peter VATEAU,  married a Samuel JACKSON (1735-1816) of Mountpleasant [aka Stormount], Ballymescaw, Dundonald, Co. Down.. He was in the lineage of SEE: Jacksons of Co. Down. Peter VATEAU and William JACKSON and some of the Jacksons of Co. Down. were also tanners.

 

266

553

180168

JACKSON, John & David

Kings & Westmeath

1769 Ju 21

BLUNDELL-JACKSON Ballyboy Ballymuncher,

Image 285

Thythes both great & small in ba Ballyboy, Eglish, and Ballycowan

KINGS and Tythes belonging to rectory of Arnurcher orse Ballymuncher, Westmeath for consids from Anna Maria BLUNDELL, Hon, spinster, surviving co-heiress of Montague BLUNDELL; Robert BARTIE, Rt. Hon & younger son of Most Noble Duke of Ancaster & Kest__, deceased; Mary BARIE, wife of Robert BARTIE; Mary LANDYS, widow & only child & heiress of Chetwyn TRUMBEL; to Rev. John JACKSON of Conslagh, Dublin;  as enjoyed by Rev. Daniel JACKSON to hold from 25 Mar 1768 for 21 years at £400 ster. Also mentioned: Montague BLUNDELL, Rt. Hon late Lord Viscount; Hon Chelwyn TRUMBEL, deceased; WITNESSES: John NATCH, Esq., Dublin City; Adam WILL, Esq. Dublin City; Sarah CLOOT[?] of London City; Robert JENKINS, Esq. Of Dublin City. Notes thanks to Mike Stewart.City. Notes thanks to Mike Stewart.

 

266

634

184943

JACKSON, William

Meath

1770 Aug 30

WALKER-FORTESCUE Cruisetown,

Cruicetown orse Cruestown orse Cruisetown, MEATH; Carrick Desart [40 acres 34 perches], MEATH; Piggshill orse Poeggshill & Rossboy orse Rushn__ee. NOTE: The convergence of names here is intriguing: Charles WALKER, Esq. Of Dublin City of 1st part; William Henry FORTESCUE, Rt Hon Lord Claremount, eldest son of Thomas FORTESCUE; Thomas FORTESCUE, Esq., late of Dillonstown, Lowth, deceased; Cadwalder, Rt. Hon. Lord Blaney, Baron of Monaghan; Oliver PLUNKETT, Esq; commonly called Lord Lowth, of Lowth Hall, eldest son of Matthew PLUNKETT, late of Lowth Hall, ; Matthew PLUNKETT; Gorges Edward HOWARD, Esq. Of Dublin City; Matthew PLUNKETT, 2nd son of Matthew PLUNKETT; Suzanna PLUNKETT, late mother of [?]; Mabella PLUNKETT, spinster, deceased, late daughter of Matthew PLUNKETT; Susanna PLUNKETT, spinster, of Dublin City, daughter of Matthew PLUNKETT Jane PLUNKETT, spinster, daughter of Matthew PLUNKETT; Plunkett Henry TALBOT, Esq. Of Dublin; Elizabeth TALBOT orse PLUNKETT, wife of Plunkett Henry TALBOT & daughter of Matthew PLUNKETT; Maybella TALBOT, spinster of Dublin City; Henry CONYNGHAM, Rt. Hon Lord Viscount; Gustavus LAMBERT, Esq of Beaupare, Meath; Francis GORMAN, Esq. Of Dublin; John O’NEIL, Esq. Of Shanes Castle; Charles O’NEIL, Esq. Of Shanes Castle; Thomas QUILSH - held part of lands of Carrick Desart Co Meath [40 a 34 p]; Hamilton GORGES, Esq. Of Catherine’s Grove; WITNESSES: Patrick DUIGENAN, Doctor of Laws, Trinity College; John ATWAY [aka OTWAY?], mercer of Parliament St., Dublin; William JACKSON, Gent, of Dublin City ; John WADDY; REGISTER: John BURTON. Notes thanks to Mike Stewart. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

268

68

168000

JACKSON, William

Limerick

1767 Nov 16

YOUNG Book Index 1758-1768

Robert YOUNG of Cloncara Co Limerick… William JACKSON

 

268

186

169522

JACKSON, Richard

Cavan

1768 Mar 1

SUTHER Book Index 1768-1776

Richard JACKSON of Castle Hamilton, Co Cavan Esq of 1 pt & Rev. Wm LUTHER.. demised land in town of Killyshandra. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

268

253

169760

JACKSON, Richard

Coleraine

1752 Jul 3

 

1768 Mar 25

ALLEN Book Index 1768-1776

Btw Richard JACKSON of Coleraine, Co Londonderry of 1 pt. & John ALLEN of town & Co aforesaid, Innkeeper of the other pt. … part of townland of Ballykern [??] then in ALLENs possession and divided by Richard JACKSON 23 acres 3 rood plantation measure…. Lives Isaac, son of Isaac TODD & Mathew son of Mathew MULLAN of said town innkeeper and John son of John ALLEN…. WITNESS: William KENTON of Coleraine schoolmaster & William [SHINTON?] servant to Richard JACKSON Signed and sealed by Susanna FERGUSON executor to said John ALLEN witnessed by William SHINTON & Henry NEWTON of Colerain

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

268

488

171233

JACKSON, James

Kings

1768 May 4

FINCH Book Index 1768-1776

Btw James JACKSON the elder of Birr otherwise Parsonstown, Kings Co Peruke maker; Robert FINCH of Birr Gent…. Lands of Ballindorragh. NOTE There was also a Peter JACKSON Perukemaker of Dublin. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

 

268

570

171477

JACKSON, Jeremiah

 

 

McNEMARA

17

268

662

171787

JACKSON, Peter

Dublin

1768 Jul 25

EVANS Book Index 1768-1776

Peter JACKSON Perukemaker of City of Dublin of 1 pt & Wm EVANS of other. … dwelling house on east side of Capel St. 16’ in front to Capel St…. more description. NOTE: There was also a James JACKSON of Parsonstown aka Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], who was a perukemaker. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran also probably JACKSONs of Wicklow – Fairy Hill.

 

268

664

171788

JACKSON, Peter

Dublin

1768

CLARKE Book Index 1768-1776

Peter JACKSON of City of Dublin, Iron monger of 1 pt & Edward CLARKE of City, shoemaker…. Building on east side of Capel St…. description (not the same as #171787 but close). NOTE: I suspect he was the one whose wife was Johanna VINCENT. JACKSONs of Wicklow – Fairy Hill.

 

269

44

171280

JACKSON, Peter

Dublin

1768 Jun 4

Image 27

BTW Anderson BAKER of Ballytobin Co. Kilkenny and Anna BAKER otherwise WHITE his wife and Abraham White BAKER only son & heir of 1 pt & Peter JACKSON of City of Dublin [Hackle] maker of the other pt. BAKER let to JACKSON parcel of land on east side of St. Patrick Street in suburbs of City of Dublin containing front to Patrick St 54’ 1”  and eastwards in the rere 16’ 10”. To hold for lives of Peter JACKSON son of Peter JACKSON now about 9 years of age. Robert HARRISON the younger of Angier St Dublin & John LEISTER of William Street Dublin …

NOTE: Peter JACKSON sr. was the husband of Joanna VINCENT. JACKSONs of Wicklow – Fairy Hill.

 

269

179

175838

JACKSON, Richard

Armagh

1769 May 22

SUSHINTON Book Index 1768-1776 Forkhill,

Made btw Richard GORGES of Kilbrew, Co. Meath  Esq of the 1 pt & Richard JACKSON of Forkhill [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper], Co Armagh Esq & the Rev. Digo HINZELL of Dunshaghlin Co Meath of the 2nd pt and William LUSHINGTON of City of Dublin of 3rd pt. whereby the sd Richard GORGES in consid of 2000 pounds to him pd by Wm LUCHINGTON in issuance of a power to him reserved in and by a certain deed of lease April 6, 1768 made previous to the marriage of Hamilton GORGE eldest son and heir apparent of sd Richard GORGES. With Anne HOWARD spinster… lands of Thomastown, Smithstown Kilbrew Rush Laughlinstown Cappaghhill  Booden Ballstown and Hilltown in Co. Meath and also lands of Killsom Pumatestown Irishtownrath and Ballyhack parcel of the Manor of Kilman Co. Meath… re: Marriage agreement Hamilton GORGES & Anne HOWARD SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

15

269

259

176100

PUREFOY, William

Cork

1769 Oct 5

Image 144

BTW William PUREFOY of City of Cork Esq of 1 pt & Norman UNIACHE of Castletown Co. Cork Esq. of the other pt. Reciting William PUREFOY assigned [land in Cork]

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree

269

269

335

170945

or

176945

OLIVER, David

Monaghan

1769 Apr 20

OLIVER-MAXWELL Book 45 (1739-1810) Laragh

NAMES: John MAXWELL of Fellows Hall [Crearum, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh], David OLIVER of Ballyrea [Ballyrea, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], twin sons of David OLIVER ("David" & William - I suspect it should be "Joseph" & William), Galbraith Lowry COREY, John KILLPATRICK of Killylea, [[Killylea, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh] George STUART of Drumilly, John SCOTT, TOWNLANDS: Fellows Hall, Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh; Laragh & Cornacarow, Parish of Aughnamullen, Co. Monaghan; Ahennis, Co. Fermanagh; Killylea [[Killylea, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh], Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh. NOTE: Extra Maxwell info included in a table.

 

269

590

181889

PIPPARD

Limerick

Galway

1770 Jun 26

PEPPARD, Standish. Gent. Cappagh, Co. Limerick. Houses in Galway + Anhitt the endorsement which this is memorial Richard TYRRELL, Esq. Of Cappavarna, Co. Galway in consideration of £400 sold all his rights and title to William MONSELL, Esq. Tiveroe, Co. Limerick. Andrew CROKER; Ann Catherine TYRRELL (ow CROKER), wife of Richard TYRRELL and daughter of Andrew CROKER.  nickred

 

269

602

182035

JACKSON,

Nichola & Richard & ors

Armagh

 

NESBIT Book Index 1768-1776

Thomas DAWSON eldest son & heir of Richard DAWSON… Nicola & Richard JACKSON of [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper]. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

269

605

182036

JACKSON,

Nichola & Richard & ors

 

 

NESBITT Book Index 1768-1776

 

 

270

10

168331

McCULLAGH

 

1767 Dec 2

McCULLAGH, Francis - STITT

Not directly pertinent - but many familiar names Hugh McCULLAGH, John McCULLAH, Francis McCULLAGH & Thomas STITT. SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

270

179

171002

CROFTON, Oliver

Limerick

1768 Jun 4

The only reference to Sir Oliver CROFTON is where he was mentioned in the foot of a Mortgage by Sir Marcus Lowther CROFTON referring to 1,500 pounds.

16d

270

233

171207

WRIGHT

Monaghan

1768 May 14

HAMILTON-WRIGHT

Dacre Hamilton, Capt Lieut of 37th Regiment of Foot, 1st part. Elinor Wright of Gola, Co Mon, widow, 2nd part. Rev. John Maxwell, Archdeacon of Clogher &

Thos Graham, Gortgranagh, Co Mon, 3rd part. John Hawshaw, Co Mon, Clerk &

Jas Hamilton of Mon, 4th part.  Marriage between Dacre & Elinor.

 Elinor gives 3rd parties for use of 4th parties lands in town & county of Monaghan and Co Cavan, including Irish & English Gola

Transcription thanks to Peter McWilliam.

 

270

235

70559

 

 

1739-1810

McDANIEL-REA-McDANIEL Aughnacloy

 

270

315

172003

BROWNE

Dublin

1768 Aug 18

ANDERSON, Alex-BROWNE

Thomas BROWN as a carpenter in Dublin

16d

270

348

172187

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1768 Sep 6

BERRY Book Index 1768-1776

Indenture of lease btw Rev. John JACKSON of Clansagh in Co Dublin Clerk of the one pt; Thomas BERRY of Brockville [possibly Brookfield ] Kings Co. Esq. of the other pt….demised rectorial or Impropriate parts of the tythes both great and small in the territory of Tercale [aka Firceall] and Barony of Ballyby [Ballyboy] English [Eglish] and Ballycowen [Ballycowan] in the Kings Co belonging to the rectory of [Armoercher?] [Arnurcher orse Ballymuncher, [possibly, Ballynakill Big or Ballynakill Little, Parish Ardnurcher or Horseleap, in the Barony of Kilcoursey]] Co Westmeath SEE: JACKSONs of Santry.

NOTE: WIKI:. Under the Plantations of Ireland Firceall was broken up into the Baronies of, Eglish Ballyboy and Ballycowan and these were located in the then newly formed King's County which later became known as County Offaly (named after ancient territory of Uí Failghe) following Irish independence.

16d

270

348

172188

JACKSON, John Rev

Dublin

1768 Sep 6

As above with the additional bit: belonging to the Revd Daniel JACKSON Vicar of [Fouald] and demised to him by the Revd John JACKSON to hold to Thomas BERRY during the incumbency of  sd Daniel JACKSON SEE: JACKSONs of Santry.

16d

270

405

172912

WALLACE

Armagh

1768 Nov 12

PATTEN-WALLACE Tullyvallen

Btw Robert PATTON Tullynale [aka Tullyneill [NOTE: on Discovery Map #28 Tullyneill is west of the town of Newtownhamilton] in Tullyvallen], Parish of Creggan [this part of Parish Creggan became Newtownhamilton Tullyvallan, Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper], C. Armagh. & John LILY of Bresagh, Co. Down, farmer. 40 acres meared and bounded by Francis HAMILTON’s farm and Samuel HARRISON’s situate in the townland of Tullyvallen [likely Tullyvallan, Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper],  released to William WALLACE of Newry. WITNESS: Isaac GLENNY of Dublin, Arthur ATKINSON.

 

270

436

173413

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1768 Dec 10

ROBINSON Book Index 1768-1776

Lease whereby William JACKSON of the City of Dublin Gent demised to George ROBINSON of said City weaver two houses late in the occupation of Mr. Patrick RORKE and his undertenants situate on the East side of Pimlico in the Liberties of Thomas Court and Donore City of Dublin to hold from 24 June then last for 99 years at the yearly rent of 12 pounds sterling. Witnessed by Mary JACKSON wife of said William JACKSON. SEE: JACKSONs of Pimlicoe

16d

270

486

174485

JACKSON, James

Wicklow

1769 Feb 22

RAWSON Book Index 1768-1776

[NOTE: The clerk wrote “James JOHNSTON” in the text but “James JACKSON” in the margin. I am going with James JACKSON]

Deed of assignment whereby Mr. James JACKSON of Spynans [aka Spinians] in Co Wicklow sold to Richard RAWSON of Dunlavin Co Wicklow farmer all thoe lands contained in the park adjoining the seven acre park then in possession of Mr. DERENZY containing by estimation two acres and also 50 feet fronting the Market Street in Baltinglass adjoining Mr. Trinches house: WITNESS: Nathaniel JAMES of City of Dublin Gent & William JACKSON of Baltinglass, Co Wicklow, farmer

16d

271

3

172935

JACKSON,

Jeremiah & ors

Limerick

1758 Oct 30

JACKSON-APPLEYARD Book Index 1768-1776

Image 7

Jeremiah JACKSON of Fanningstown, Co Limerick, Gent & John APPLEYARD of City of Limerick, Surveyor...demised 200 acres...Athlunkard [Athlunkard, Parish St Patricks, Barony Bunratty Lower] & Shanakiel [Shannakyle, Parish St Patricks, Barony Bunratty Lower] in Parish of Rilquin, Baronry of Bunratty, Co Clare SEE: JACKSONs of Duddingham & Limerick.

 

271

36

173316

REED John

Armagh

1768 Dec 5

Image 25

BTW John REED the elder of Lurganah [Lurgana, Parish Ballymyre, Barony Fews Upper] Parish Armagh, Co. Armagh to his son John REED the younger of same. Those parts of Tullyvallen [likely Tullyvallan, Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper] formerly held by Robert ROLAND, Terence HUGHES, Edmund HUGHES and Thomas HUGHES, also one acre of John REEDs turbary James McCLANLASS’s & mearing a road from same by John MATHERS, mearing across the little river where Cornelius HUGHES dwelt containing 147 acres & 32 perches with right to quarry limestone etc. In Creggan Parish & Fews Barony. Held by lease for 99 years from Alexander HAMILTON to John REED. … townland of Lurganah together with the half moiety of ye Corn Mill & one half moiety of ye Mountain Farm in Outlacken [Outleckan, Parish Ballymyre, Barony Fews Upper] ye whole of the Lands & Mill were demised to said John REED elder by Ann SYNNNOT by lease containing 417a 2r 10p in Barony Fews …. ½ of houses and Kiln  … Corn and Hay … ½ of all the Horses Mares Colts and filleys Cows and Heiffer which said John REED had on lands of Lurganah and Outlacken …

NOTE: based on notes by TGF PATTERSON: Notebook #112 Vol 2. Held at the Armagh Museum.

 

271

131

174960

 

Kings

1763 Nov 20

Townland Index 1739-1810-S Image 128

Shinrone

SMITH-SMITH

Image 72

Joseph SMYTHE of Shinrone Kings Co. Gent demised to Thomas SMYTH his brother of said town wool comber the part that the said Thomas SMITH had in possession 3a  … WITNESS: Thomas SMYTH of Shinrone Gent Thomas BURTON then of said place Mariner & Mason SMYTH of City of Dublin Cooper & William FITZGERALD of City of Dublin Gent. Thomas SMYTHE [SEAL]

 

271

460

180970

JACKSON, William

Down

1720 Apr 20

MOORE-JOHNSTON Book Index 1768-1776

Their partition

John MOORE of Moorehall, Co Down & Arthur JOHNSTON of Redemond Co Down Esq. For 1,7000 pounds released ... various townlands in Corp of Bangor, Co Down.

17

271

492

179663

BAILIE

 

1763-1777

ANDREWS, Eleanor-BAILIE

ANDREWS, Maunsell-BAILIE

 

271

560

181683

JACKSON, George

Kings

1767 Jan 19

JACKSON-O’BRIEN Book Index 1768-1776

George JACKSON of Clongamma, Kings Co Gent of 1st pt & Denis O’BRIEN of other.. lands of Tipperary

 

271

599

181944

JACKSON

Kings

1770 Jun 20

Image 319

BTW John LINDSEY of Birr, [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co., wool comber and Ann LINDSAY otherwise WHITE his wife of 1 pt & John WILKINSON of Birr, apothecary of other pt. Ground lying in Castle Street Town of Birr … bordered on the west by the Glebe and Mr. JACKSON’s holding [likely James JACKSON]

 

272

1

173192

JACKSON, Daniel

Kings & Dublin

1768 Nov 7

JACKSON-NEWCOMB Book Index 1768-1776

Btw Rev. Daniel JACKSON of Tullamore [Tullamore, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan] Kings Co but now of City of Dublin Clke. Of one pt & William NEWCOMBE of Tullamore Esq.. Daniel JACKSON for consideration part of lands of Skagh [probably Srah, Parish Kilbride] Barony Ballycoven [Ballycowan] Kings Co containing 33 acres Plantation measure described in map annexed to Daniel JACKSONs lease of the Desmes from the Earl of Mountrath … for and during the natural lives of Charles DEERING 2nd son to Henry Deering  Esq. Catherin JACKSON the wife of  the said Daniel JACKSON  and Henry LYONS of River LYONS in Kings Co. Esq. NOTE: Rev. Daniel JACKSON (1687-1772) of Tullamore & Abby Street Dublin. JACKSONs of Derbyshire, Berkshire, America & Dublin – he was one of those connected to the Parish of Santry

NOTE: Catherine JACKSON née DERING (1711-1793), wife of Rev. Daniel JACKSON (1687-1772) & daughter of Charles DERING and Lady Blayney Margaret MOORE (abt 1668-1725)) of Croghan [Croghan Demesne, Croghan, Barony Lower Philipstown.], Kings Co.

 

272

2

173193

JACKSON, Daniel

Kings 

1768 Aug 1

Book Index 1768-1776 Tullamore

NEWCOMB

.. houses in Town of Tullamore [Tullamore, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan] lately held by Lucy ARMSTRONG under a lease for three lives from the late John BARON of Tullamore… all these several holdings are contiguous  to … and two acres at the bottom of the garden of the above containing two fishponds and the road leading to the Desmense of Daniel JACKSON late or formerly held by Benjamin GODLEY….

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

 

272

4

173253

HOUSTON

Armagh

Dublin

 

NOTE: I had 173253 It was 173252

Joshua HOUSTON of City of Dublin Merchant  of 1 pt & Anne HOUSTON spinster of City of Dublin of other pt. Demised two tenements in Abby Street in town of Armagh Co Armagh known by name of Tools Tenements bounded on north by Rev Samuel GIBSON’s tenement on the east by Dr. THOMSON’s tenement on the south by John McBEARNS’s tenement and on the west by Abby Street and the Garden and backsides to the tenements in the town and lands of Drumcoote [Drumcoote, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh,] usually held by said Toole and the other tenants then in possession and enjoyment of George SEMPLE and his undertenants and that park of land known as Knockarean otherwise Knockdrine otherwise Abby Park [Abbey Park, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion),  Barony Armagh] near the said Town of Armagh cont 12a 3r 3p in possession of William JOHNSTON, James CAMPBELL & Patrick COMRY… George WALKER … more details

 

272

41

173529

DAWSON

Londonderry

1768 Dec 6

DAWSON, Arthur-CRAWFORD 1768-1776

Arthur DAWSON of Castledawson Esq. & Samuel CRAWFORD…

 

272

42

173530

DAWSON

Londonderry

1768-1776

DAWSON, Arthur-CRAWFORD Not in Bk 272. Prob close to above.

 

272

194

174373

DOBBIN

Moy

1768 Dec 1

DOBBIN & wife-?-MOON Book 45

Rev Thomas DOBBIN of Moy in Co. Tyrone & Rebecca MOON of Moy widow of the other pt. abt 3a for lives of Robert MOON son….WITNESS Robert BOYD of Moy NOTE: No mention of wife of DOBBIN

 

272

333

175114

JACKSON, John

Wexford

1769 Apr 7

QUIGLY Book Index 1768-1776 Enniscorthy,

John JACKSON of Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, weaver demised to Thomas QUIGLEY part of said John JACKSONs holding in the town of Enniscorthy which McParsons BENNET formerly held under the said JACKSON

 

272

586

176559

 

Tyrone

1769 July 5

John JOHNSTON  & wife – COULTER Newtownstewart

William McCRACKEN of Newtownstewart Co. Tyrone & Mary his wife & John JOHNSTON of Altagh in sd Co. & Frances his wife of the one pt & Joseph COULTER of Newtownstewart of other part in consideration of £34 2s 6d … 2 acres Conyngham measure near Newtownstewart in possession of Patrick HARAGHY and also 3 messuages and 3 cottages  3 gardens & one park near Newtownstewart called Mountain Park containing about 8 acres in possession of James [W]awson Samuel BELLAM &  John LELAND and also 1 Messuage and Cottage  & 1 orchard in Newtownsteart containing one acre in possession of William McCRACKEN Co Tyrone commonly called Audley Colham Freehold situated in Barony of Strabane Co Tyrone

 

273

550

180381

BARTLEY

 

1768-1784

Ralph BARTLY to MAHON

 

274

545

182442

 

Dublin

1770 Jul 13

MAXWELL-PALMER

Image 292

BTW Richard MAXWELL city of Dublin merchant of 1 pt & James PALMER of City of Dublin Ironmonger of other pt .. dwelling house messuage tenement wherein James CALDWELL lately dwelt on west side of Bridge Street in City of Dublin with the yard at the rere and use of the passage leading to the Brazenhead Inn …

 

274

556

182641

OATES

Carlow

1770 May 26

OATES, John-OATES NOTES in 2009 diary. 1768-1776

Between John OATES & Simon OATES of Town of Carlow, Linen Weaver of the 1 part & James OATES of sd town, Damask weaver of the other part (transfer of annuity) WITNESS: James LAHEE of Town of Carlow, butcher; James MOORE of said town, Linen Weaver & Andrew ROGERS of said town Gent.

 

275

143

141229

WRIGHT

 

1739-1810

KELLY-WRIGHT Aghataracon

 

275

195

176141

JACKSON, Joseph

Limerick

 

Joseph JACKSON victualer Limerick city Rhabane Wilson LIM, Sth Libs of Limerick 31 ac 2r 10p lease nickred

 

275

221

176245

JACKSON, Joseph & ors

Fermanagh Monaghan

1768 Oct 14

EVETT & ors Book Index 1768-1776

half tate of Allegash orse Allegesh in Tydavnett (pa) MON + half tate of Alegash Monaghan then in poss of Charles EVATT, Gent of Mount Louise, Monaghan from Christopher WRIGHT Gent, of Allegesh Monaghan to Charles EVATT & Nicholas THEDFORD, Gent of Monaghan for intents & purposes; Derryntonny in Clones (pa) Monaghan from Joseph JACKSON the elder, Gent of Roylan, Fermanagh to Catherine WRIGHT, spinster, daughter of Christopher WRIGHT, intended bride of Joseph JACKSON the younger of Roylan, Fermanagh  & Charles EVATT as granted by Patrick DANEY to Joseph JACKSON the elder, Gent of Roylan,  12 Jan 1746, for purposes & intents.

Notes by Michael Stewart

 

275

258

176750

JACKSON,

Rowland

Waterford

1769 Jan 18

COLEMAN Book Index 1768-1776

Ballydeeheatha (?) - deed poll that James COLEMAN of Ballydeeheath (?) Waterford to have part of this land called Bonaglannah (?) as held by Daniel CLANCY, for 1 year at £40 yrly rent, and further agreed that James COLEMAN to pay Rowland JACKSON of Glanbeg, Waterford 50 guineas.WITNESSES: James O’BRIEN Matthew O’BRIEN. Notes by Michael Stewart

 

275

259

176751

JACKSON,

Rowland

Waterford

1769 Jan 18

COLEMAN Book Index 1768-1776

part of Ballydeeheatha as lately held by Daniel CLANCY, known as Gaynah (?) by deed poll James COLEMAN of Ballydeeheath was to enjoy for one year from 25 March then next at £48 yrly rent

Notes by Michael Stewart

 

275

333

177870

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1769 Jul 1

LAND-JACKSON

pt of Clonsagh, Santry (pa), Coolock (ba) Dublin (50 acres) in pursuance of Court order and consids was released by Robert ORMSBY as Guardian of George LAND, unto Rev. John JACKSON  of Clonsagh, Dublin as demised and granted by lease from Anne FOSTER [FORSTER?], widow of Richard FORSTER late of Dublin city, Dec`d & Hon John FORSTER, Esq. of Dublin city, then of House of Commons, Ireland unto Rev. John JACKSON son of ?, to hold unto Rev. John JACKSON of Clonsagh, Dublin henceforth for natural lives of John ROCHFORD, second son of Robert ROCHFORD, John JACKSON, Nicholas EVANS for ever. Notes by Michael Stewart SEE: JACKSONs of Santry.

 

277

97

175519

JACKSON, James

Kings

1768 May 3

JACKSON Book Index 1768-1776

Image 53

James JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co. wigmaker of the 1 pt & Jane JACKSON of City of Dublin spinster youngest daughter of James JACKSON…. Annuity of ten pounds…WITNESS: James JACKSON of Birr , Brewer & John McDANIEL clerke to said  James JACKSON. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

 

277

110

175565

JACKSON, Dorcas

Sligo

1759 May 5

ORMSBY Book Index 1768-1776

Image 60

Dorcas JACKSON of Sligo, Co. Sligo widow of 1st pt. William ORMSBY of Willybrook [aka Willowbrook, Parish Calry, Barony Carbury] Co Sligo 2nd pt & Philip ORMSBY Esq. Capt Lieut in the 5th Regiment of Dragoons of 3rd pt. Doris JACKSON was entitled to use for life in the Quarter and half of land of Emlaghnaght [Emlaghnaghtan, Parish Emlaghfad, Barony Corran]  the half quarter of land of Lurgan the half quarter of Tinaghroe the half Quarter of Pharrrowmacklenn the half quarter of Carrowreagh [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 Ardsallagh Ardsallagh [Ardsallagh, Parish Emlaghfad, Barony Corran] and 9 acres Lurgagibbin [??] in Barony Corran Co. Sligo. WITNESS: Lewis Francis IRWIN of Tanragoe [probably Tanrego East, Parish Dromard, Barony Tireraghor Tanrego Intake [Parish Ballysadare, Barony Leyny] or Tanrego West, Sligo]and Abraham MARTIN of Town of Sligo Co. Sligo Esq & John MARTIN of Town of Sligo.

 

277

420

178699

JACKSON, Richard

Cavan

1769 Dec 11

ANDERSON Book Index 1768-1776

Btw Richard JACKSON of Forkhill [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper], Co Armagh demised to George ANDERSON of Killishandra known as Simpsons Tenement… Co. Cavan. WITNESS: Nicola Anne JACKSON wife of Richard SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

277

551

179780

JACKSON,

Joshua

Dublin

1751 Feb 21

JACKSON-PERRY Book Index 1768-1776

Image 283

Btw Robert ROBERTS of City of Dublin Esq of 1 pt & Thomas JACKSON of said city, Merchant of the other pt. since deceased… ROBERTS demised to Thomas JACKSON land on the West Side of Meath Street in the Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore. City of Dublin…[descry of neighbours] … Joshua JACKSON of City of Dublin merchant and  & brother & administrator of assets of said Thomas JACKSON sold to Francis PERRY … SEE: JACKSONs of Pimlicoe

 

278

61

176758

JACKSON, Peter

Dublin

1769 Jul 17

WILKINSON Book Index 1768-1776

Peter JACKSON of City of Dublin Hacklemaker of 1 pt & Thomas WILKINSON of Woodtown in Co Dublin farmer. Of other pt…. Reciting that Anderson BAKER of Ballytobin Co Kilkenny .. his wife and Abraham White BAKER son and heir of said Anderson BAKER leased to Peter JACKSON land on the west side of Patrick St. in suburbs of Dublin… Peter JACKSON since built two new brick dwelling houses. WITNESS: Samuel MORRISON ent & John CLARKE grocer, both of City of Dublin. NOTE: Peter JACKSON was also referred to as a blacksmith. His wife was Johanna VINCENT. JACKSONs of Wicklow – Fairy Hill.

 

278

352

178695

JACKSON, Peter

Dublin

 

GORDON Book Index 1768-1776

Peter JACKSON of City of Dublin Hacklemaker of 1 pt & Robert GORDON of sd City, Gent. Land on west side of Patrick Street. NOTE: Peter JACKSON was also referred to as a blacksmith. His wife was Johanna VINCENT. JACKSONs of Wicklow – Fairy Hill.

 

279

54

179285

JACKSON, George

Kings

Tipperary

1769

JACKSON Book Index 1768-1776

Deed of Assignment  btw George JACKSON of Clonaganna [probably Clonagannagh, Parish Dunkerrin, Barony Clonlisk], Kings Co. gent of the 1 pt & George JACKSON of Knockinglass  Tipperary Gent of the other pt. reflecting deed made by Thomas SADLIER of Sopwell Hall, Co Tipperary Esq of the 1 pt & the sd George JACKSON then of Rahinanae in Co. Cork but now of Clonagane [probably Clonagannagh, Parish Dunkerrin, Barony Clonlisk] of the other pt.  SADLEIR had granted to George JACKSON all the lands of Rahimane for and during the natural lives of the said George JACKSON Anna Maria JACKSON wife of said George JACKSON and Robert JACKSON eldest son of George…. George JACKSON of Clobagona [probably Clonagannagh, Parish Dunkerrin, Barony Clonlisk] has made over to George JACKSON of Knockinglass the lands of Rahanine. WITNESSSES Isaac STONEY;  Edward WELSH; John DELANY.

15

279

103

179986

JACKSON, John

Limerick

1758 Jun 24

DAVIS NOTE: I had Bk 179

Image 56

John JACKSON of City of Limerick, Merchant of 1 pt  & Elizabeth DAVIS widow of other part… John JACKSONs dwelling house lately possessed by Andrew LUCAS…

 

279

103

179986

JACKSON, John

Limerick

1770 Mar 3

DAVIS SHEPPARD  Book Index 1768-1776

John JACKSON of City of Limerick, Merchant of 1 pt & widow Elizabeth DAVIS of the other pt…. lengthy description of land.

15

279

104

179987

JACKSON, John

Limerick

1770 Mar 3

Book Index 1768-1776

See above

15

279

552

184235

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1770 Dec 1

SEE: Annotated Transcription - 1770 Dec. 1.

 BTW Thomas TUCKEY City of Dublin Leather Cutter of 1 pt & William JACKSON of Mill Street in Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore. Reciting lease 30 Aug 1764 btw Thomas SMITH Cabinet Maker to Thomas BRADBURN Carpenter lot on NE side of Liffey Street in suburbs of London [sic?] … Mr. FARANGE, Matthew WELD, William DUDLEY, Alderman Michael SWEENEY, Thomas CULLEN, James ASHE Mrs. Elizabeth SWEENEY, Patrick WADE, James WHITE … lands of Raheney [Raheny North  and  Raheny South are both in the Parish of Raheny. Barony of Coolock

NOTE: This William JACKSON was a tanner. SEE: Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff - Descendants.

 

279

593

184349

McCULLAGH

Armagh

Cavan

1771 Jan 7

McCULLOGH Henry & Jane to ROBINSON 1768-1776

Image 306

BTW Henry McCULLAGH of Dunlarge [possibly Drummeland], Parish of Derrynoose, Co. Armagh, farmer. George FY of Clara, Co. Cavan weaver & Margaret TY otherwise McCULLAGH his wife & Jane McCULLAGH of Dunlarge afsd spinster of the 1 pt & George ROBINSON of Cavanaca [Cavanacaw, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh NOTE: Kearney Hill is in Cavanacaw], in Co Armagh, Esq. of the other pt. Reciting a lease made by  Barry MAXWELL Esq to Henry McCULLOUGH late father of sd Henry McCULLOUGH of town and lands of Dunlarge cont 21 acres plantation measure… reciting Henry McCULLOGH late father of Henry McCULLOGH had bequeathed to said son ½ of said farm of Dunlarge next to Samuel WAUGH’s farm & other half to daughters Jane & Margaret and reciting that Henry McCULLAGH by articles dated 7 Feb 1767 sold to Joshua WILLIAMS of Dunlarge all his holding in Dunlarge containing 80a 3r 24p during tern of 14 years … WITNESS: James McCULLA of Town & Co. Armagh & William STRINGER of Town of Armagh Gent & John QUINN of Town of Armagh Gent. Henry McCLOUGH [SEAL]

SEE: McCULLAGH connections

15

279

675

185804

JACKSON, Joseph & wife

Tipperary

 

FENNELL Book Index 1768-1776

Joseph JACKSON of Tincurry, Co. Tipperary, Clothier & Mary JACKSON otherwise FENNELL his wife of the 1 pt & George FENNELL of Kilcommen of sd Co Gent of the other pt…. lands in Tipperary

15

280

141

180803

JACKSON, Peter

Dublin

1769 May 18

PHILLIPS Book Index 1768-1776

Image 78

Btw Peter JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent & John PHILLIPS of City of Dublin Tobacconist – JACKSON sold new Dwelling House & Backyard on west side of Patrick’s Street, Dublin in possession of Andrew BULLARD with the use of the entry & passage btw said house & BULLARD’s house for term of 99 years.. WITNESS: William STUART of Roundwood, Co. Wicklow & Jeremiah SULLIVAN City of Dublin, Gent

 

280

466

182248

 

Dublin

Armagh

Wicklow

1770 Jul 4

Image 243

BTW Jane HAMILTON wife of Gawin HAMILTON of Killeleagh, Co. Down Esq. of 1 pt & Hugh KERR of City of Dublin Merchant of the other pt. Lands of Glassdrummond [Glasdrumman, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Killbane & Lislelruan, part Cauronly otherwise Camoly [Camly (Ball) or Camly (Macullagh), Parish of Newtownhamilton, in the Barony of Fews Upper]  Lurgan Killanbony Cregganduff[Creggan Duff, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper]  Drumloghery part of otherwise Drumlougheny [probably Drumlougher, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] part of Strermakilleagh otherwise Shermakilleagh [??], Tullydonnell part of otherwise Tullydonell [Tullydonnell (Gage) or Tullydonnell (O'Callaghan), Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] Deveany otherwise Dunrany [??] half town part Carnally otherwise Cornally [Carnally, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] & Ballanagenaugh [Ballynagalliagh, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] Barony Fews in possession of John EASTWOOD or undertenants and also all that part of Connegours Cronekip Parkmore Raher otherwises Rahir Ballynagillage otherwise Ballynegiloge part of Ballynepark Clohoge and Cranagh in Co. Wicklow. Execute by Jane HAMILTON. WITNESS: Gawin HAMILTON of Killileagh Co. Down Esq. & David BUTTLE of City of Dublin Gent

 

280

467

182256

 

 

1770 Jun 16

Image 243

BTW John ORMSBY of Cummin Co. Sligo Esq. of the 1 pt & Robert ORMSBY of Town & Co. Sligo Esq. of the other pt. …

To Robert ORMSBY land of Dooneein[?] reserved in lease of Thomas ORMSBY of said Cummin Esq. deceased to Gilbert TRIMBLE  Esq. in Parish St. John Parish [St. John's, Barony Carbury], Co. Sligo for lives of Sarah ORMSBY daughter of Robert ORMSBY and Robert ORMSBY son of said Robert ORMSBY …

 

280

483

182257

 

Sligo

 

CUMING & Ors – ORMSBY

 

280

509

182387

McCULLAGH

 

1768-1776

McCULLOH Alexr to SMYTH SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

280

571

184001

BIRCH

 

1763-1777

ANGLESEY, Earl-BIRCH

 

280

572

184002

BIRCH

 

1763-1777

ANGLESEY, Earl-BIRCH

 

280

589

183930

JACKSON, Richard

Donegal

Cavan

Armagh

1770 Feb 3

CONYNGHAM Book Index 1768-1776

Rt Hon John Ld Baron Annaly, Ld Chief Justice
Geo Montgomery of Ballyconnell Esq Co Cavan
Thos Grove of Castlegrove Esq co Donegal
the surviving trustees of the 1st part;
 Thomas Fleming Bellville, Co Cavan
Rt Hon Thos Geo Ld Baron Southwell & Margt Southwell ors Hamilton, his wife
Richard JACKSON of Forkhill Lodge [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper] & Nicola Ann JACKSON ors Hamilton his wife
Said Jas Fleming, Lady Southwell & Nichola JACKSON are coheirs of Sir Francis Hamilton late of Castle Hamilton, Co Cavan dec'd and also co-heirs of Arthur Cecil Hamilton of Castlehamilton Co Cavan, dec'd of the 2nd part
 Redmond Conyngham of Letterkenny Co Donegal, 3rd part.  This deed witnesses that for £178 10s from Red Cony to 1st parties & for 5s apiece to 2nd parties;
1st parties & by consent of 2nd parties give to Red Cony the house, backside & gardens belonging to Robt IRWIN next to tenement Possessed by Wm WHITE & 2 gardens adjoining the church and one tenement & backside adjoining said house etc (more details of land) in Letterkenny Co Donegal

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

Notes thanks to Peter McWilliam.

 

281

95

182266

McCULLAGH

 

1768-1776

McCULLAGH, Alexander – KENNEDY SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

281

130

182799

JACKSON, Richard

Cavan

Armagh

1766 Sept 9

NESBITT & ors Book Index 1768-1776

Rt Hon John Ld Baron Annaly, Ld Chief Justice Geo Montgomery of Ballyconnell Esq Co Cavan. Thos Grove of Castlegrove Esq co Donegal
the surviving trustees of the 1st part
Thomas FLEMING Bellville, Co Cavan
Rt Hon Thos Geo Ld Baron Southwell & Margt SOUTHWELL ors HAMILTON, his wife
Richard JACKSON of Forkhill Lodge [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper] & Nicola Ann JACKSON ors Hamilton his wife
Said Jas Fleming, Lady SOUTHWELL & Nichola JACKSON are coheirs of Sir Francis HAMILTON late of Castle Hamilton, Co Cavan dec'd and also co-heirs of Arthur Cecil HAMILTON of Castlehamilton Co Cavan, dec'd of the 2nd part

Cosby Nesbitt 3rd party
£603 1s by 3rd to 1st with consent of 2nd
!st to 3rd towns & lands of Lassat ors Loss, of Coolbaneonce, of Dromore, of  Aughrex ors Aghaknox, of Shancox all in Co Cavan

Notes thanks to Peter McWilliam. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

281

349

352

186831

JACKSON

Armagh

1771 Jan 19

HALL & wife – JACKSON

Image 185

Ballynahone & Mill, [possibly Ballynahone More, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh more likely [Ballynahone Beg, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh]]

BTW Henry HALL of Agharany [possibly Annaghananny, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny,] & Elinor Hall ors SEAVER his wife, 1st Part
Robert JACKSON, Armagh, Merchant Other part
Henry HALL & wife for £343 9s 6d give Ballynahone to Robert JACKSON then in possession of Thos VERNER, Esq, the exors for Benjamin OLIVER dec'd the widow SEAVER & ors which said Henry HALL & wife Elinor became intitled to by will of S'd Charles SEAVER Dec'd with right of renewal
WITNESS: Samuel McCLURE Armagh & James SLOAN of (blank) Tyrone
Mem Wit by Samuel McCLURE & James DOBBIN of City of Dublin Attorney.
Robert JACKSON [SEAL]

Notes thanks to Peter McWilliam. NOTE: This is the Benjamin OLIVER who died in 1770. He was a brother of David OLIVER of Ballyrea [Ballyrea, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh],, Co. Armagh who also had holdings in Laragh, Co. Monaghan. See also: DEED: 360-235-242429 SEE: JACKSONs of Urker

 

281

457

187388

JACKSON, Daniel Rev

Dublin

1771 Aug 3

D’OLIER-JACKSON

Isaac D’OLIER, Gent of Dublin granted to Rev. Daniel JACKSON of City of Dublin and Francis EVANS, Esq of Dublin, Trustees named in settlement of marriage between George PHILLIPS and Jane JACKSON, ground in County Dublin. NOTE: This is part of Santry JACKSONs]. Dawn  SEE: JACKSONs of Santry.

 

282

336

183301

OLIVER, David

Armagh

1770, Oct 31

OLIVER-OLIVER

NAMES: David OLIVER of Ballyrea, [Ballyrea, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Arthur OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg [Ballynahone Beg, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh,, Galbraith LOWRY CORRY, Hon George Lord SHIRLEY, John MAXWELL, Andrew PRENTICE of Dublin, Joseph OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg. TOWNLANDS: Ballyrea; Ballinahonebeg; Laragh & Caranacaraff AKA Cornacarrow Parish of Augnamullen, Co. Monaghan. SEE: JACKSONs of Urker

 

282

337

183302

OLIVER, David

Armagh

Monaghan

1770, Apr 26

OLIVER-OLIVER Ballyrea Balinahonbeg Laragh, Aghnamullen

A Memorial of a deed poll bearing date of 26th day of April one thousand seven hundred & seventy between David OLIVER of Ballyrea [Ballyrea, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh],  of the Parish and County of Armagh of the one part & Joseph OLIVER of Balinahonbeg Ballinahonebeg [Ballynahone Beg, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] in said Parish and County aforesaid of the other part whereby said David OLIVER set unto said Joseph OLIVER one hundred acres of land situate in the west side of the Townland of Laragh, Parish of Agnnamullen & Co. of Monaghan therein possession of said David OLIVER & his undertenants. The said Joseph OLIVER is also to have the full one half of the water fall from the Corn Mill up & and to have Liberty of cutting a race between the Premis and Longhegis of the Dimensions therein mentioned & to fix a sluice for preserving Water   Said David & Joseph OLIVER to be at equal expense in making said sluice & watercourse subject to the yearly rent of sixty-three pounds Sterl to hold for the space of Twenty Six years or three lives mentioned in said David OLIVERs Grand Lease & also for all future renewals which said David might be entitled to by virtue of said leases & said Deed Poll is witnessed by Arthur OLIVER of Balinahonabeg in said County of Armagh & this Memorial is also witnessed by Arthur OLIVER & Andrew PRENTICE of the City of Dublin Gent: Joseph OLIVER [SEAL] ... signed at Armagh 29 Oct 1770 SEE: JACKSONs of Urker for OLIVER connections.

 

282

608

188628

JACKSON, George

Tipperary

1771 Oct 5

O’BRIEN in pencil in names index: 1768/31/35

George JACKSON, Gent of Clonegauno, Co. Tipperary granted in fee farm to Denis O’BRIEN lands of Drommescart, County Tipperary. Dawn

 

283

26

182541

JACKSON, Edward

Carlow

1769 May 10

Image 19

BTW John BAILY of Gowran Co. Kilkenny Esq of 1 pt & Robert FISHBURNE of Carlow, Co. Carlow of the other pt. … rents on south side of Tullow Street in Carlow formerly in possession of Joseph [LEYBORNE] and then in possession of Robert FISHBOURNE … for lives of Robert FISHBOURNE & Anne FISHBOURNE otherwise DALE his wife and Mary Henrietta CHAIGNEAU daughter to Rev. David CHAIGNEAU late of Carlow … in presence of Edward JACKSON of Carlow Bleacher & Henry MAY of Carlow Cabinet maker

 

283

27

182550

 

Sligo

1769 Dec 21

PARKE-COPE

BTW Thomas PARKE of Pashandara Co. Sligo Potter & Henry COPE of Dublin Esq. Reciting Rt Hon Benjamin BURTON deceased by lease 17 Nov 1760 … land on Holburne Street … for lives of John PARKE & Roger PARKE his son and Thomas PARKE of Donally [NOTE: there are 3 townlands named Doonally] Co. Sligo … and town and lands of Castlegal [either Castlegal,  Parish Drumcliff, Barony Carburyor Castlegal, Parish Ahamlish, Barony Carbury] Barony Carbry Co. Sligo 30a for lives of Thomas PARKE John PARKE & Roger PARKE … WITNESS Henry COPE of Dublin Alley and James MURRY of said City writing Clerk.

 

283

214

 

183826

BURNS, Bryan

Laragh

1770 Nov 21

BURNS OLIVER Book 45 Townland Index.

Lease 1770, July 10 “which was wrote on the back of a lease bearing date 24 Dec 1766. Bryan BURNS of Laragh, Co. Monaghan, farmer demised ... David OLIVER of Ballyrea [Ballyrea, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], , Co. Armagh, Gent “all that the Corn Mill commonly called and known by the name Loghigish Mill with the two acres of land thereto belonging with the grist toll or Moulture of the Tates Townlands of Laragh and Cornacariffe ... in the Barony of Cremorrand, Co. Monaghan ... for 28 years ... Bryan BURNS of Laragh, Parish of Agnamullen... Witness Joseph OLIVER of Balinahonebeg, Linen Draper.

 

283

256

184080

JACKSON,

Rachel & James & ors

Wicklow

1770 Dec 10

WOLVERTON & ors Book Index 1768-1776

James JACKSON of Spinians town in Co Wicklow Gent of 1st pt. Henry CARROLL of Ballynure Co Wicklow Esq. & William COOKE of Griffinstown Co Wicklow Gent  of 2nd pt. Rachel NEEDHAM otherwise called Rachel JACKSON the supposed wife of said James JACKSON of the 3rd pt. John WOLVERSTON of City of Dublin Gent & George WINSTON of City of Dublin Esq of 4th pt. James JACKSON demised to WOLVERSTON annuity payable out of lands of Spinians in trust for the benefit of Rachel NEEDHAM and her assigns WITNESS; James JACKSON of City of Dublin Coachmaker. NOTE: It actually said: supposed wife.

NOTE: 6 Feb. 1769. Married Mr. James JACKSON of Spinans, co. Wicklow, to Miss Rachael NEEDHAM. She died 1779.

NOTE: 1775 May 20. John BOURKE, Druggist of Dublin City and Rachall NEEDHAM orse JACKSON, widow of Dublin City to marry shortly; Rachall NEEDHAM seized of considerable fortune. If Rachall NEEDHAM to die before it, it shd be lawful for her to dispose of £150 for purposes she shd think fit & in case she does die, same amt to go to child of marriage, if none.

16d

283

359

184841

JACKSON, Robert

Kings

1771 Jan 23

JACKSON Book Index 1768-1776

Btw Robert JACKSON the elder of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt] Kings Co Esq of the 1 pt & Robert JACKSON the younger son & heir apparent of the same Grange Esq;  Robert sr granted to Robert jr all the land of Grange cont 244 acres also the great and small tithes of  lands and part of the lands of Balymoney [probably Ballymooney, Parish Geashill, Barony Geashill] called by the name Contort lands cont 17a 2r 22p and also the south east and Northwest parts of Cumber all in Barony of Ballybritt Kings Co… 500 pounds due to Robert FINCH of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Gent & 500 pounds to Hector VAUGHAN of Fancroft Esq. [Fancroft, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt], deeds were witnessed by Adam BLAIR of the Leap [Leap, Parish Aghancon Barony Ballybritt] in Kings Co. and by Robert SWEETMAN of Monmore [possibly Moynure, Parish Kilmurryely, Barony of Clonlisk]  Kings Co Carpenter signed by Robert JACKSON the younger in presence of James BLAIR and James JACKSON of Birr Gent. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

16d

283

640

187816

JACKSON, Thomas,

Dublin & Down

771 Sep 14

Btw Alexander STEWART and Robert STEWART (the son) of Newtownards, Co Down Esq of the 1 pt & Thomas JACKSON, of City of Dublin Taylor. Description as referenced in a later deed: Thomas JACKSON of the City of Dublin Taylor of the one pt & Gilbert JACKSON of the town of Newtownards Co Down, Shoemaker of the other pt…. Thomas JACKSON demised  unto the sd Gilbert JACKSON his heirs and assigns all that piece or parcel of ground situate… north side of Francis St. in Newtownards afsd being part of number 9 specified  in the said Thomas JACKSONs lease from Alexander STEWART and Robert STEWART his son Esq. Bounded on the North with West Street, on the east with the remainder of #9 on the south with Francis St afsd and on the west with #8 containing in front to Francis St 21 feet 4 inches and in the rere to west st.  21 feet 4 inches and from front to rere 192 feet SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

16e

284

141

183472

JACKSON,

Jeremiah & ors

Limerick Tipperary

England

1769 May 1

O’BRIEN Book Index 1768-1776

Image 76

BTW Jeremiah JACKSON Fanningstown, Co. Limerick Esq. of 1st pt & Hon Donatus O’BRIEN of Blatherwich Co. Northampton, Great Britain. In consideration of 1,010. 10.8 assigned annuity payable out of lands of Tanore, Cahircullen, Lisnahow, Shally Coghland & Ballymore in Barony Clare, Co. Tipperary. WITNESS: Henry HEWITT of City of Dublin Gent & Thomas JACKSON son of Jeremiah JACKSON. Jeremiah JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: Jeremiah JACKSON (1707-1780) and his son Thomas JACKSON (1746-1792).

NOTE: Link of Co. Limerick to Tipperary. SEE: JACKSONs of Duddington and JACKSONs of Doncaster and Minchin Jackson family tree and JACKSONs of Tipperary.

 

284

223

183817

 

Monaghan

1739-1810

ARMSTRONG-ROGER Book 45 (1739-1810) Creeve – Bleach Green & Corn Mill

Crieve, B. Aughnamullen

 

284

291

205012

 

Monaghan

1739-1810

ARMSTRONG-ROGERS Book 45 (1739-1810) Creeve – Bleach Green & Corn Mill

 

 

284

317

184603

JACKSON, Benjamin

Dublin

1771 Jan 29

Richard CLARKE-JACKSON

Richard CLARK painter of Dublin demised to Benjamin JACKSON of the City Ale Draper all that Messuage tenement known by sign of Captain McHEATH on East side of Liffey St. SEE: JACKSONs of Pimlicoe

16d

284

466

185398

 

Kings

Dublin

1771 Mar 6

Townland Index 1739-1810-S

Shinrone, several plots and tenements

BURTON-SMITH

Image 242

BTW Robert BURTON of City of Dublin dry Cooper of one pt & Ralph SMITH of Shinrone Kings Co. Gent. Thomas SMITH’s dwelling house in town of Shinrone the plott or garden held by Mr Daniel TAYLOR the Park formerly called Rowbones Park and Walkers Park containing 34a in Kings Co. Barony Clonlisk … for lives of Thomas SMITH, Thomas SMITH the younger and Mason SMITH sons of the said Thomas SMITH the elder …

284

284

540

185681

JACKSON, Frances & Jeremiah

Limerick

1770 May 25

Frances JACKSON eldest daughter of Jeremiah JACKSON Esq of Fanningstown Limerick marriage articles Henry LANGLEY, son of Charles LANGLEY  & Frances JACKSON; jointures for Alice LANGLEY  [ow CROKER], wife of Charles LANGLEY & Ann LANGLEY, grandmother of Henry LANGLEY Frances’ brother Thomas JACKSON was the eldest son & John TUTHILL of Talah, Limerick of the 4th part. Witnesses Edward CROKER, Gent, cousin of Henry LANGLEY of Bruff, Limerick & John OWENS, Gent of Mount Owen, Limerick. SEE: JACKSONs of Duddingham & Limerick. Jeremiah JACKSON (1707-1780)

 

284

662

186384

WRGHT

Monaghan

1739-1810

WRIGHT-MEREDITH Book 45 (1739-1810) Corduflfes

 

284

694

186464

LATOUCHE

 

1768-1776

LATOUCHE, David-GRIFFIN

 

285

58

184390

JACKSON, Peter

Dublin

1770 Jun 25

Book Index 1768-1776

BULLARD

Image 37

Btw Peter JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt & Richard BULLARD of St Patrick Street City of Dublin Merchant of other pt. JACKSON  granted New Dwelling House on south side of Patrick St. bounded on the south built on the Concern lately occupied by Mr HYLAND on the West by other ground of said JACKSON and on the North by other New house of the said JACKSON & on the east by the street together with the back side … 35 1/2’ in breadth the same as the back parlor together with the use & privilege in common of the entry and passage between the demised premises and the other new house to the Northward … together with the use of the Kitchen Grate & Three Stone Chimney pieces on said premises … for 99 years to BULLARD rent to Peter JACKSON. WITNESS: John WILSON & Jeremiah SULLIVAN both of City of Dublin Gent.  Peter JACKSON [SEAL]

16d

285

339

188390

JACKSON, Joseph

Monaghan

1771 Nov 9

CRANSTON & ors Book Index 1768-1776

Btw Christopher WRIGHT of Ellegesh Gent of 1st pt; Joseph JACKSON of Ellegesh Gent of 2nd part [other names] made over lands of Ellegesh known as Sheenadoon Bogg… for Joseph JACKSON for the term of his natural life… to cut winnow and carry away turf of Sheenadoon… to his heirs begotten on the body of Catherine WRIGHT otherwise JACKSON

16d

285

518

189985

 

Kings

1771 May 7

Townland Index 1739-1810-S  Image 130

Shinrone

Joseph BURTON his will

Image 283

Will of Joseph BURTON of Shinrone Kings Co. directs that his interest in the lands of Skehanagh and Lackagh held by lease from John LLOYD Esq be sold together with their stock for purposes of paying debts and that a sum of £100 be paid to his sons William BURTON & Joseph BURTON and £150 pounds to daughters Martha BURTON & Elizabeth BURTON and £100 to his daughter Anne BURTON paid at age 21 and to his wife Mary BURTON the house he then lived in together with the parks thereto belonging during her life and 10 out of lands of Dromonduff with five cows and the mare on the lands of Shinrone and all his household furniture and the Corn in the House and Haggard for the use of her child and the said Testator also devised unto his son Thomas his holding in Shinrone known by the name of Richard HURST’s holding together with Drumonduff after the death of his wife and he also willed his holding in Shinrone that Mr Robert GRACE lives in with the lands of Gurtgreen and the Pollough thereunto belonging to his son Richard and in case of the death of his son Thomas before he enjoys the legacies left him that the freeholds left shall go share and share alike to the testators three surviving sons Richard, Joseph & William and the sum of £100 left him shall go in manner following £50 to the testator’s daughter Martha and £50 to his daughter Elizabeth and Anne and the Testator also willed that the sum of £100 of the purchase money of Lacking be put out at interest and in case daughter Solomsby shall be a widow she shall have the interest during her life and after her death to share and share alike to his children and in case the Testators Father of Lackagh should not be sufficient to pay his debts and legacies then he desires his children to be equal sufferers  … appointed wife Mary & sons Richard & William executors. WITNESS: John DOOLAN of Shinrone, Kings Co Farmer. Joseph BURTON [SEAL]

 

285

565

190427

 

 

Meath

1772 Mar 27

GRIER-ANDOC Creekstown,

No mention of JACKSON

 

16d

285

608

190950

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1772 May 9

BUTLER Book Index 1768-1776

Image 328

Btw Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & Jane BUTLER relict of Humphrey BUTLER of City of Dublin Gent deceased of other pt…. demised plot of land on south side of Kings street formerly in possession of William HUDDLESTON containing in front 25’ and in rere 23’ and in depth 71’ and on which land is a Dwelling House bounded on the East by Widow BALLANGE’s concerns and on the west by the Concerns possessed by Patrick ROONEY and enjoyed by said Humphrey BUTLER in his life time … and now by Jane BUTLER … term 53 years ren £6.5.9 WITNESS William JACKSON attorney & Hugh ROBINET attorney. Richard JACKSON [SEAL] SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

16d

285

617

190992

SEAVER

Armagh

1772 May 11

Between Matthew [or more likely Michael] SEAVER of Bellaghy [Ballaghy, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] Co Armagh Gent & Robert JACKSON of the town & City of Armagh Gent of the other part. Whereby the said Matthew SEAVER in consideration of said Robert JACKSONs having accepted a lease of part of the lands of Ballinahonebeg [Ballynahone Beg, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] Co. Armagh will transfer to said Robert JACKSON the profit rents of £6.16s 3p  which said Matthew SEAVER was entitled to  by virtue of a lease  granted by Charles SEAVER deceased to David VERNER deceased also yearly profit rent of £2 13s by virtue of and under  a lease granted to Samuel JOHNSTON by said Charles SEAVER likewise the profit rent  of £3 Ster yearly by which the said Matthew SEAVER was entitled to by virtue of and under a marriage settlement  entered into and executed by Richard SEAVER  deceased his father upon the intermarriage of said Michael SEAVER with his present wife in all amount to  £12 9s 3p  to Robt JACKSON . Witnesses: James DOBBIN & Leonard SIMPSON of town & Co Armagh.

 

285

665

191430

JACKSON, James

Kings

1772 Jun 1

SHORT Book Index 1768-1776

James JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], – lands of Gurteen [probably Gorteen, Parish Roscomroe, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co. for payment of 425 pounds 16s pd to Robert WELDON.. WITNESS; Edward PALMER. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

16d

286

71

184671

DAWSON

Meath

1771 feb 16

DAWSON, John-JOHNSTON 1768-1776

John DAWSON of Chappel Izod & John JOHNSTON of Warrenstown Co Meath Esq.

 

286

96

184931

JACKSON

Londonderry

1771 Feb 15

Clothworkers-JACKSON 1739-1810

Image 56

15 Feb ? (illegible year) - 15th year of reign of King George III (1753?)  BTW Clothworkers of London of 1st pt & Richard JACKSON Esq. of Coleraine of 2nd pt; and Henry HAMILTON of City of Londonderry Esq and John THOMSON of Coleraine Gent of 3rd pt.. Manor or Mansion House in Barony Coleraine, Co. Londonderry and all appurtenances in occupation of Richard JACKSON … and also all the lands … [several are hard to read - incl Maheraboy and therefore may be in other lists in other deeds] together with the messuage or tenement and dwellings in a certain town or street called or known by the name of Bridge Street built upon part or parcel of these lands hereinbefore mentioned and also Dromdarserim [Drumsaragh, Parish Tamlaght O'Crilly, Barony Coleraine]  in Barony Coleraine … Ballen Teremorelumgone Ballen Terebeg [possibly Ballintaggart ] … Ballibetto known as Macosquin [Macosquin, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine] Barony Colerain Co. Londonderry … Bally Wollin [Ballywoolen, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] Bally Money [Ballymoney , Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine ] .. Inner part of Donosere [possibly Drumsaragh, Parish Tamlaght O'Crilly, Barony Coleraine] [NOTE: This a 4 page deed including names of many townlands – most not transcribed … and all woods and underwoods Waters Water Courses Wears Fishing Fishing Places Fowlings Courts Baron Court Leets perquisites and profits thereof goods and chattles waives and Strayed and all goods and Chattles of Felons and Felons of themselves and of persons outlawed and put in Exigent Deed and Treasure Trove goods confiscaed Fees Escheats reliefs fies Amerciamonts Libertys privileges Eslovers [?] Fairs Marketts Tolls Jurisdictions Customs of Franchises Immunities and all other perquisites profits commodities Royalties Heritaments & premes]. Lives Royal Highness Charlotte Augusta Matilda aged 3 [NOTE: b 1766] or thereabouts & Ann JACKSON age 3 or thereabouts  & George JACKSON age 2 or thereabouts daughter and son of Richard JACKSON & wife Anne.  WITNESS: William BRIEN.

NOTE: Sir Richard JACKSON (abt 1730-1789) & Anne O’NEIL (1738-1781) parents of Anne JACKSON (1766-1837) and George JACKSON (1766-1840). The children’s ages in this deed are close but not a perfect fit with their known birthdates.

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

o

286

100

184932

JACKSON, Richard

Londonderry

1771 Feb 16

CROMPE Book Index 1768-1776

Image 58

Richard JACKSON of Coleraine of 1 pt & Giles CROMP of Mincing Lane Parish St. Dunstan, City of London of other pt. Reciting indenture of 4 parts 27 Jan (1771?)  btw Richard JACKSON of 1st pt; Clothworkers of London of 2nd pt; Giles CROMPE of 3rd pt; John PATERSON of parish of St. James Westminster Co. Middlesex of 4th pt. WITNESS: William BRIAN and Redmond KANE both of City of Dublin.

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

16d

286

118

185025

OLIVER, Esther & her husband

Dublin

1771 Feb 3

OLIVER-DICKINSON NOTES in 2009 diary. 1768- 1776

Between Evan KINSEY of Patricia St. Dublin publican & Esther KINSEY otherwise OLIVER otherwise PHILIPS his wife of 1st part & Daniel DICKINSON of City of Dublin Merchant of the other part reciting lease 7 July 1745 to Joseph PHILIPS of the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore, Co. Dublin, Linnen Weaver ... north side of Cole Alley, City of Dublin & use of sewer and water for 99 years. Said Joseph died 9 April 1750 made a will 4 March 1750 & bequeathed to his daughter Esther PHILIP all right to premises in Cole Alley.

 

286

131

185104

JACKSON, Jeremiah

Limerick

1770 Sep 16

Jeremiah JACKSON of Fanningstown Limerick sale, trustees Thomas CROKER Esq. of Dublin & Henry Cole BOWEN Esq. of Annabel Cork appointed by Act of Parliament entitled for the relief of the creditors of Ralph Warter WILSON & Edward Warter WILSON, sold land to Jeremiah JACKSON for ever. Witnesses Richard CHESTER, Gent of Dublin & Ralph UVEDALE, Gent of Dublin & Edward NIVEN, Gent of Dublin. SEE: JACKSONs of Duddingham & Limerick.

 

286

305

187366

 

Kings

Dublin

1750 Apr 6

Townland Index 1739-1810-S Image 127

Shinroan & Fairs & Markets, Barony Clonlisk

BALDWIN-BURTON

Image 163

John BALDWIN of Curralanly Kings Co Esq demised unto Joseph BURTON of Shinrone Kings Co part of Gurtgreen then in possession of BURTON together with that part of the Pullogh also in his possession as also the Plott known by name of Thomas WALKER’s plott 19a … WITNESS: Morris [DOMNER?] Kings Co & John OLDOM of Shinrone Glazier & memorial witness Patrick SMYTH of Dublin Gent. Richard BURTON [SEAL] one of the sons of Joseph BURTON deceased devised by his will

286

286

343

187925

McCULLAGH, John

Tyrone

1770 Oct 18

WITNESSES incl: John McCULLAH & Margaret McCULLAH of Callidon, Co. Tyrone. PMcW SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

286

408

189203

JOHNSTON

Antrim

Down

1700 Nov 1

Rose JOHNSTON – LOYD 1768-76

Indenture of Mtg btw Rose JOHNSTON of Belfast spinster administrix of Hugh JOHNSTON late of Belfast Esq deceased. lands and bleachgreens all in Belfast  - NOTE: She may be the Rose JOHNSTON, daughter of a James JOHNSTON who George JACKSON of Liscalgat, Parish of Creggan had some sort of relationship with which led to him leaving in disgrace. He may have even married her.

 

286

606

 

190994

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1772 Jun 23

SEAVER – JACKSON see also 285-617-190992 NOTES in 2009 diary. 1739-1810 Ballynahonebeg Bellaghy

Between Michael SEAVER of Bellaghy [Ballaghy, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Co. Armagh farmer of 1st part & Robert JACKSON of Armagh, Co. Armagh Gent of the other part whereby Michael SEAVER for £450.0.5 paid by Robert JACKSON sold the undivided part of the Townland of Ballynahonebeg [Ballynahone Beg, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] in Parish & Co. Armagh as was lately held & enjoyed by Charles SEAVER, deceased & his undertenants containing 92 Acres .. from date demised by Archbishop of Armagh to Richard SEAVER deceased ... payment of annuity to Sarah HEWTON under will of Charles SEAVER. WITNESS: James DOBBIN & Leonard SIMPSON both of Town & Co. Armagh, Gent..

 

286

610

190999

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin & Armagh

1772 May 11

GEARY Book Index 1768-1776

Image 331

Btw Richard JACKSON of Forkhill Lodge [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper] Co Armagh Esq. of 1st pt & John GEARY of Merrion Co Dublin Farmer.  Yearly lease of parcel of ground on south side of Kings Street City of Dublin now in possession of John GEARY abt 20’ in front & 88’ to rer.. bounded on the north by Kings St.. WITNESS: William JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent. & Daniel O’NEIL servant to said Richard JACKSON.

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

16d

286

611

191000

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin Armagh

1772 May 11

GEARY Book Index 1768-1776

See above for some of same detail.

Image 331

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

286

679

191598

PUREFOY, William

Cork

Dublin

1771 Jan 6

Image 366

Whereby William PUREFOY of City of Cork Esq demised to Denis MCEVOY of City of Dublin Silk Dyer a dwelling house on east side of Grafton St in suburbs of City of Dublin formerly in possession of Rev. Roger FORE and then in possession of Denis MCEVOY

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree

 

286

645

191353

JACKSON, George

Tipperary

1771 May 15

Book Index 1768-1776

ABBOTT

 

287

46

184802

McCULLAGH

 

1768-1776

McCULLOH Wm to CRAWFORD SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

287

246

187020

JACKSON,

Joshua

Dublin

1771 Jul 5

WATSON & ors Book Index 1768-1776

Josua JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent of the 1st pt. Soloman WATSON of Clonmel in Co Tipperary Gent & John Boles WATSON Gent eldest son and heir apparent of Solomon WATSON… land in Co Tipperary

16e

287

474

187934

OLIVER

Armagh

1771 Sept 17

KANE-OLIVER Tyrearly

NAMES: mentioned in order of appearance: John KANE, William OLIVER, George COCHRAN, William COCHRAN, Joseph OLIVER, John MOSSON, George McCULLAGH, William SCOTT. TOWNLANDS: Tyrearly, Parish of Lisnadill; Mullinture [possibly Mullantur, Parish Ballymore, Barony Orior Lower],, Parish of Eglish. SEE: McCULLAGH connections SEE: JACKSONs of Urker for OLIVER connections.

 

287

594

155797

JACKSON, Jeremiah

 

 

HODGES

 

287

635

188507

JACKSON, William

Kildare

1769 Feb 7

SLEIGH Book Index 1768-1776

Image 336

William JACKSON Wheelright of Calverston Co Kildare demised to John SLEIGH late Surgeon to the 64th regiment of foot part of lands then in his possession known as the Bush fields meared by Bog and High Roads on one side & Richard LOVINGS Esq Demesne on the other  and by James GRUMBY’s Land on one part & John MALONE’s land & Dennis DOYLE & William DOYLE’s on the other for 18 years rent of 26 pounds. WITNESS: John POWELL & Timothy DOYLE & Thomas James RAWSON of City of Dublin Gent. John SLEIGH [SEAL]

NOTE: William JACKSON (abt 1722-btw1779-84) SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Kildare Outline Tree-1 & JACKSONs of Co. Kildare Detailed Tree-1

16e

288

37

185572

JACKSON, Richard

Armagh

Dublin

1770 Feb 10

KING-QUIN Book Index 1768-1776 Forkhill,

PIM

Image 25

Margaret & Mary KING daughters & Heirs of Macarrell KING late of Dublin Esq dec’d of 1st pt.; John Carleton WHITLOCK of City of Dublin Esq.  of 2nd pt; Michael CLARK & Robert KING Esq. of City of Dublin surviving executors of will of Alderman John MACARRELL deceased of 3rd pt; James KING of City of Dublin of 4th pt; ...Richard JACKSON of Forkhill [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper], Co Armagh Esq Richard JACKSON of Colerain in Co Londonderry Esq & Thomas BALL of Seapark Esq Co Wicklow of 5th pt.. Richard SHINTON of Brownstown Co. Meath Esq & Margaret Dorothea SHINTON otherwise BALL his wife of 6th pt; Henry QUIN of City of Dublin Esq. of 7th pt. … with consent of both. Richard JACKSONs. Confirmed to QUIN townlands of Crinkill [Creenkill, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Tullyard [probably Tullyard, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Clare otherwise Loghross [Loughross, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper],, the Island of Loghross [??], Shermichaille [??], Rathelan [Rathkeelan, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Crusheon, Ballyonan, Lisdrumgrany, Stripe of Camolly [??], Mullaghglass [probably Dorsy (Mullaghglass) (Na Doirse Mullagh-glas), Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper,] Cargaculan [??],,Cargaravady [??], Tullnamologg [Tullynamalloge, Parish Keady, Barony Armagh], Serimaghea otherwise Searvkilla, Aghaenacussen otherwise Annagherinuss otherwise Annaghemssin [??], and Clarebane [Clarbane, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] in Co. Armagh .. NOTE: The connection of the Forkhill/Coleraine JACKSONs to the BALL family. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine  and BALL family Timeline.

 

288

38

185573

JACKSON, Richard

Armagh & Dublin

1771 Mar 29

JACKSON-QUINN Book Index 1768-1776 Forkhill,

PIM

Image 26

Richard JACKSON of Forkhill, Co Armagh Esq Richard JACKSON of Colerain in Co Londonderry Esq & Thomas BALL of Seapark Esq Co Wicklow Continuation of 185573 – same townland names. Richard JACKSON Forkhill [SEAL] and Richard JACKSON Coleraine [SEAL]

NOTE: The connection of the Forkhill/Coleraine  JACKSONs to the BALL family. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

288

45

185635

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

1720 Apr 14

RICHARDSON-HOLFORD & ors

The Merchant Taylor’s Proportion Coleraine

Image 29

BTW Mary RICHARDSON of the parish of Mary le Bone Co. Middlesex Relict of William RICHARDSON late of Somerset Co. Londonderry Esq. deceased of 1 pt; Mary RICHARDSON of Parish Mary le Bon Co. Middlesex spinster grand-niece of said Mary RICHARDSON of the 2nd; Peter HOLFORD of Parish St, George Bloomsbury Co. Middlesex esq one of the Masters of his Majesty’s High Court of Chancery & Hardinge TRACY of Old Burlington Street in the Liberty of Westminster Co. Middlesex Esq of 3rd pt. Reciting indenture of 5 parts 13 June 1740 btw William RICHARDSON of 1st pt, Mary RICHARDSON by her then name and addition of Mary EYLE of City of London spinster of 2nd pt; John EYLES Bart Post Master Gent & one of the Aldermen of City of London & Roger DRAKE of City of London Esq of 3d pt; Albert NESBITT & William SELWIN of City of London Esqs. Of 4th pt & Nathanial COLE of Basinghall Street London of 5th pt.  land in Co. Londonderry als Coleraine … marriage to be had btw Robert PRATT of Coscombe Co. Glocester Esq. one the Masters of his Magesty’s High Court of Chancery & Mary RICHARDSON the grand niece of the said Mary RICHARDSON widow … £5,000 chargeable against lands in Ireland …

 

288

96

186787

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1764 Oct 8

 

McCULLAGH, Mary – McCULLAGH 1768-1776

Marr Arts Mary McCULLAGH of Flowerhill [Flower Hill, Parish Dunluce, Barony Dunluce Lower], Parish of Dunluce, Co Antrim for Sarah McCULLAGH to marry Wm MAJOR  of City of Londonderry Merchant SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

288

198

188604

JACKSON,

Mary & ors

Limerick

1721 Oct 23

JACKSON or CORNS-GORMAN Book Index 1768-1776

Mary JACKSON otherwise CORNS of City of Limerick, relict of Joseph JACKSON late of sd city dec’d... lands in Irish town of City of Limerick.. WITNESS: William JACKSON City of Limerick Gent...

 

288

205

188633

McCULLAGH

 

1768-1776

McCULLAGH, Samuel – JOHNSON SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

288

340

221027

BROWN

 

1739-1810

 

BROWN to BURGESS Annabrock (TI Bk 45)

 

288

351

191279

JACKSON

Armagh

1772 May 16

Image 197

Memorial of Articles of agreement dated May 16, 1772 btw Elizabeth KNIPE daughter of James KNIPE late of Ballymahum Co. Armagh Gent deceased of 1 pt;  Robert JACKSON of Armagh Co. Armagh Merchant of other pt. … sum of £22.15 paid to Elizabeth KNIPE  by said Robert JACKSON … lands of Tullynickle [Tullynichol, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], in the Barony … the said Robert JACKSON covenants that he will use his best endeavours lawfully to recover the said land of Tullynickle for benefit of said parties and said Elizabeth KNIPE agrees to allow her share of the cost of suit in recovering the said Townland of Tullynickle … WITNESS: George GOUGH of Armagh, carpenter and William THOMPSON of Eglish, miller. Memorial witnessed by George GOUGH; Robert HOLMES of Eglish Co. Armagh  and John MOSSON of Armagh, dated May 19, 1772. Robert JACKSON [SEAL]

 

288

359

191315

 

Kings

 

WELDON, ROBERT, Birr, King's Co.

7 Feb. 1769. Narrate f p. 26 May 1772.

His wife Mary Weldon otherwise Parsons exor. Elizabeth Weldon testator's mother. His only daughter Mary Weldon, (under 18 years, unmarried). His sisters Elinor, Celia, Mary, Jane and Hester [Weldon]. James Frazer, Dublin, Esq., Wm. Parsons, junr., exors. His real and personal estate. Witnesses: James Jackson, Birr, King's Co., gent., Richd. Hansard, an officer in the Regt. of Foot, Edwd. Lowry, Birr, merchant.

Memorial witnessed by: James Jackson, James Hastier, Dublin, gent.

288, 359, 191315 M. Weldon (seal)

(Mary Weldon otherwise Parsons)

Witness James JACKSON Birr, [now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co.

NOTE: I suspect a connection btw James WELDON and his wife Mary JACKSON (1702-?).

18

288

484

192235

SEAVER

Armagh

1772 Jul 15

SEAVER-JACKSON 1739-1810 Bellaghie,

 Btw Robert SEAVER City of London, Merch of 1 pt & Robert JACKSON of Armagh of Co Armagh Merch of the other deed of release for 250 pounds granted town and lands of Bellaghie [Ballaghy, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], & corn mill & turf bog in townland of Navan [Navan, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh.. WITNESS: John MOSSON & Samuel BROWN Merchants of town & co Armagh

 

288

540

192635

JACKSON, William

Coleraine, Londonderry

1733 Jan 1

JACKSON-CARY Book Index 1768-1776

Image 298

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry Esq. & Edward CARY of Dungiven [Dungiven, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], Co Londonderry Esq.in consideration of £730 one full half or moiety of 4 quarters of land – Ballymanarthur one quarter Crehugh one quarter Balleyhan one quarter Farrdrum one quarter and one half of the Terry of Green Castle and ¼ Shrove & ¼ Clare als Ardnofioghy Ballyratten  In Barony Inishowen Co. Donegal and also double Messuage or Tenement in Grace Church St. City of Londonderry marked No 148/149 together  with a Moiety of the acres and perches thereto belonging … Lucy CARY of Claremount Barony Inishowen Donegal spinster & executor of last will of Edward CARY.

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

289

10

185388

JACKSON, Jane

Dublin

1771 Mar 9

Image 11

Will of Joseph SMITH, late of Tigh St., City of Dublin, ale Draper bequeathed to his daughter Jane JACKSON. The front house with the lease that he possessed on Tigh Street with all the furniture belonging to the back Parlour of said Front House and all the furniture above stairs in the aid rooms he further bequeathed to his son John SMITH, daughter Jane JACKSON and Mary COWLY all that kitchen furniture be equally divided between them and that if Jane JACKSON should die before said John SMITH that the lease on the front house be given to his son John or his heirs …he further bequeathed unto  Simon SHIPTRAP’s two daughters Anne and Mary the back house with the furniture to be equally divided between them. And unto son John SMITH all his wearing apparel with a silver watch except one Coat & Waist coat which he bequeathed to his son and Law John COWLEY

[NOTE: Image 12 which should follow is a total nonsequitor – different handwriting, but of interest since it is Andrew TODD of Shane’s Castle] The rest is likely from when I saw the record on site: … John SMITH executor. His sister Jane JACKSON The house with a lease thereof he then possessed in Tigh street. His daughters Jane JACKSON and Mary COWLEY. His son-in-law John COWLEY executor. Witnesses Robert BABCOCK, Tighe St., Clothier. William WILLS, Stonybatter, Oxman town, schoolmaster. Memorial witnessed by Robert BABCOCK clothier, Richard KEAN, Dublin, gent. John COWLEY seal.

NOTE: This family seems to have had 2 generations of JACKSON intermarriages. Also note Oxmantown.

NOTE: Tighe Street is North of the Liffey.

 

289

137

189943

PRINGLE

Armagh

1772 Feb 11

ANDERSON-John-PRINGLE 1763-1777

Image 81

Re lease 5 Apr 1758 BTW Gabriel KING of Armagh and John ANDERSON of Cornecrew [Cornacrew, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] Co. Armagh whereby Gabriel KING demised to John ANDERSON 12a about ½ of farm then in possession of John ANDERSON and Margaret JOHNSTON otherwise ANDERSON his mother in Cornecrew in Manor of Johnston Barony of Fews Co. Armagh. In consideration of £48.18.3 assigned to William PRINGLE Co. Tyrone in his actual possession … WITNESS: Samuel SIMPSON of Tellmaloy [??] Co. Armagh Gent & James REILY of Town of Armagh Stationer Ann ANDERSON [SEAL}

 

289

152

190094

JACKSON, Richard

Cavan

Armagh

1770 Apr 10

BOYDE Book Index 1768-1776

Image 89

Relating to relations of Richard JACKSON of Forkhill [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper], Co. Armagh & his wife Nichola HAMILTON…John BOYD of Lettrakenny, Co. Donegal etc SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

289

318

190990

SEAVER

Armagh

1772  Apr 22

SEAVER – JACKSON Ballynahonebeg1739-1810

 Btw Michael SEAVER of Bellaghy [Ballaghy, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Co Armagh of 1 pt & Robert JACKSON of Town & Co. Armagh of the other pt. whereby Michael SEAVER and Leonard SIMPSON did demise unto said Robert JACKSON the undivided half of the third part of the townland of Ballynahonebeg [Ballynahone Beg, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] in the parish and County of Armagh which said Michael SEAVER is entitled to under the will of his brother Charles SEAVER, deceased, to hold to the said Robert JACKSON his executors, administrators and assigns for a term of 21 years at the yearly rate of £37.03 shillings witnessed by James DOBBIN and Leonard SIMPSON, both the town and County of Armagh gent and Samuel HALL of the town and County of Armagh Shoemaker and Memorial is also witnessed by James DOBSON,. Robert JACKSON. [SEAL]

 

289

437

192044

 

Sligo

 

GETHIN-CORMICK

 

290

302

192030

JACKSON, William

Dublin

Wexford

1772 Jul 7

Cornelius GROGAN Esq. of Dublin City & John GROGAN of Johnstown, Wexford – executor of Andrew KNOX deceased of Rathmacknee, Wexford - of 1st part. John KEOGH, Gent of Dublin City of 1st pt. Gorges Edward HOWARD (aka Gorges Edmund HOWARD, son of Francis HOWARD and Elizabeth JACKSON and husband of Arabella PARRY) of the 2nd pt. for £900, lands of Great Ballynasse, Wexford, with condition of redemption. WITNESSES: William JACKSON, Gent of Dublin City. NOTE: It is not clear who this William JACKSON might be. I suspect a relation. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

290

333

192285

BOYD

Tyrone

1772 Jan 14

ARMSTRONG-BOYD Book 45 Moy,

Btw Andrew ARMSTRONG of Moy, Co. Tyrone carpenter of 1 pt; Robert BOYD of Moy, merchant for15 pounds lands bounded by meadow on the east, by Hugh GILMER’s tenement on the North and by Andrew ARMSTRONGs garden on the West and by the said Robert BOYDs tenement on the south cont 1 rood. Lives were royalty. WITNESS: James DOBBIN of Moy; Michael KING of Moy, shopkeeper

1

290

355

192470

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1768-1776

McCULLOGH Alexr to CUTHBERT

Alexander McCULLAGH of City of Dublin, bricklayer & Rev. Ephriam CUTHBERT of Drogheda of the other. Reciting deed of Dec 13, 1767 land in Corp of St Mary’s Abbey, Co & City of Dublin front to Earls St then called Henry St…. SEE: McCULLAGH connections

1

290

409

192839

HOUSTON

Armagh

1772 Sep 12

HOUSTON -SIMPSON 1739-1810

Rutledges Tenement [?]

Abby Street

A Tenement Plott of ground parcel of the site of the dissolved Abby of St. Peter with two small [?] Ballynahonebeg [Ballynahone Beg, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] SEE: JACKSONs of Urker

Joshua HOUSTON of City of Dublin Merchant who was in possession articles dated 5 Dec 1743 made and executed by John MAXWELL of City of Dublin Esq. afterwards the Right Hon Lord Ffarnham of 1 pt & George SEMPLE of City of Dublin Architect of other pt. Whereby said John MAXWELL demised to George SEMPLE lease for 3 lives in ROD: 166-294-111596 … tenement in suburbs of Armagh bounded on north by tenement formerly belonging to the late Alderman DAWSON which was in possession of Rev. Mr. McCARTEY then in occupation of William McGOUGH, on the east by a road leading down from Abby Street to Charlemount and on the south and west by late Thomas RUTLEDGE’s tenement with the proportion of turf bog to the said tenement belonging to  said premises during natural lives of George SEMPLE Edward SEMPLE & John SEMPLE brother of George SEMPLE … WITNESS John BARNS of City of Dublin Gardiner & John ROBINSON of City of Dublin Public Notary George SEMPLE [SEAL}

SEE: JACKSONs of Urker – OLIVERs & Ballynahonebeg.

 

290

457

193229

JACKSON, Peter

Dublin

1772 Nov 2

Book Index 1768-1776

JACKSON-WARD

 Betw Peter JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent & John WARD City of Dublin, dealer… land on west side of St. Patricks St., Dublin…description. ..

 

290

541

195397

 

Antrim

1772 Oct 14

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

Mullinsallagh & Mills Magheraboy Maryduffle, Moneduff, Bolalleenway, Osh Loughgall & Denaghy

HUME-McCLUNE – McLAUGHLIN

Image 285

BTW Thomas HUME of Munnyduff, [Moneyduff, Parish Dunaghy, Barony Kilconway] Parish Dunaghy, Barony Kilcomway Co. Antrim & Thomas McCLUNE of same.  … one equal 4th part of the west division or the one equal undivided 8th part of the lands of Minnyduff granted in trust to Thomas HUME late deceased Father to Thomas HUME party thereto by the late Henry O’HARA of Crebilly [Crebilly, Parish of Ballyclug, in the Barony of Antrim Lower],  Esq. for Hugh McCLUNE father to said Thomas McCLUNE deceased and others by indenture 12 Jan 1740 … containing 106a 30p for lives of Thomas HUME party to the Deed and son to said Thomas deceased of William HOUSTON son of another of the trustees. WITNESS: Robert STEWART of Minniduff farmer & David GRAHAM of Galgen [possibly Galgorm, Parish Ahoghill, Barony Toome Lower] Innkeeper both Co. Antrim 4 Feb 1773 btw said Thomas McCLUNE & William McLOUGHLIN of Minnieduff Co. Antrim Merchant … Thomas McCLUNE [SEAL] and William McLOUGHLIN [SEAL]

 

291

198

191137

JACKSON, George

Tipperary

 1772 May 16

CURTIS Book Index 1768-1776

Rev. Robert CURTIS of Inane, Co Tipperary Demised to LALOR – no mention of JACKSON

NOTE other CURTIS-JACKSON

16e

291

237

191264

JACKSON, James

Kings

1772 Jan 7 & 8

SHORT Book Index 1768-1776

Image 131

James JACKSON of Birr, [now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt] Kings Co Brewer of 1 pt & Francis SHORT of Birr Gent… land partly in Church land and partly in Cumberland Street in Parsonstown [aka Birr now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], cont 105 feet as the same was traced out by Sir Lawrence PARSON in the presence of Robert JACKSON bounding on the North with the waste lot next to James JACKSON perukemaker plot on the east by the Mains Street on the south by the Church Lane and on the West by the Waste Plott in possession of Anthony WESTER all now in possession of James JACKSON party therto and a House with the Garden in Town of Birr with Plott of Ground on Green of Parsonstown containing 100’ in front measured from corner of the New House lately built on said Plott by said James JACKSON being the next [corner?] to the town aforesaid from thence to the North End of said Plott and in equal breadth to the Glebe Land at the back of said Plott and new House also that part and parcel of the Lands of the Race Park of Clonoghill [Clonoghil Lower  OR Clonoghil Upper OR Clonoghil Upper2, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt] near Parsonstown containing 15a 2r said Plott new House and Land being in possession of said James JACKSON and the said land bounded on the North by Thomas [TREACY’s?] holding on the East with David LATIMERs on the south with JONES’s and [ELLINTER’s?] holding and on the West by Widow [DURMODY’s?] holding Seefin Wood and CONWAY’s holding and that piece of Arable Land containing 9a 3r 20p with the House and Improvements and the two houses with the out houses and Garden in Town of Birr bounded on the North with the House and Garden then late in possession of James BODKIN and on the south with the house lately in possession of Henry BARTON on the east with the Street of Birr and on the West t=with the house called the Glebe House and Garden also seven messuages or houses with the Gardens belonging on the Green of Birr and also that piece of arable land then or late in possession of said James JACKSON party therto containing 9a 2r 36p all in Barony Ballybritt Kings Co.to Francis SHORTT and his assigns. WITNESS: Edward KING of [Frant?] Kings Co Gent & Elizabeth COATES of Birr Kings Co., spinster. James JACKSON [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

16e

291

238

191265

JACKSON, James

Kings

1772 Jan 31

Image 131

See also ROD: 291-238-191264

BTW Edward PALMER of Birr [now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co Esq and George CLARKE of Rath [Rath, Parish Cullenwaine, Barony Clonlisk] Kings Com Esq. Reciting marriage settlement of Edward PALMER a £500 charge on Lands of Annagherrigg, Co. Tipperary paid by George CLARKE. WITNESS: James JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co. and Isaac JOHNS of Rath & James KING City of Dublin..

 

291

463

192378

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1772 Jul 31

McCULLOGH Alexr to FLORENCE 1768-1776

Alexander McCULLOGH of Dublin, bricklayer SEE: McCULLAGH connections

16e

291

666

193374

COULTER

Monaghan

1772 Nov 10

COULTER to MITCHELL 1739-1810 (TI Bk 45)

Hugh COULTER of Aghneseda, Co Monaghan farmer of 1 pt  & John MITCHELL of City of Monaghan Merchant of other pt…. assigned house stead or Tenement  in Sheepstreet being from the Bowling Green to William CHANDLER’s tenement in the Town of Monaghan.

16e

291

704

193924

BARTLEY

 

1768-1784

Owen BARTLY to DOWDALL

 

292

525

193045

McCULLAGH

 

1768-1776

McCULLOGH Alexr to CULLEN SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

292

529

193059

McCULLAGH

 

1768-1776

McCULLOGH Alexr to LETABLARE SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

292

544

193167

JACKSON, Richard

Waterford

 

Bp Waterford

B. Waterford Book Index 1768-1776

He was an executor of a will – one of many.

16e

292

678

193630

JACKSON, George

Kings

Dublin

1772 Jun 3

Book Index 1768-1776 O’BRIEN

George JACKSON of Clonogoma [probably Clonagannagh, Parish Dunkerrin, Barony Clonlisk], Kings Co Gent in consid of 557 pounds demised to Denis O’BRIAN of City of Dublin Gent in his actual possession town and lands of Dromnescart Co Tipperary.

16e

293

55

193795

DAWSON

Dublin

1768 Aug 27

ANDERSON, Robert-his will 1763-1777

Robert ANDERSON of Little Booter. Lane, City of Dublin being unhealthy in body….. burial in St Andrew’s Church… land in Mosse Street in Suburbs of Dublin on which he had built 2 houses… bequeath to John CARMICHAEL of Castle Street, City of Dublin Joiner & Jonathon BINNS of Castle Street City of Dublin Ironmonger… trust for wife Mary ANDERSON, son John ANDERSON when he attains age of majority (21)… trust for daughter Thomasine ANDERSON NOTE: No mention of DAWSON.

 

293

68

194000

JACKSON, William

Dublin

Down

Armagh

1772 Dec 2

CAMACK Book Index 1768-1776

Image 44

William JACKSON of Dublin Gent administrator of the will of Faithful GRAHAM late of Lougheny Co. Down, Gent deceased of the 6th pt…. John CARMACK of Lurgen [probably Lurgan, Parish Shankill, Barony of Oneilland East],, Co. Armagh of the 8th pt…

 

293

150

194476

DAWSON

 

1768-1776

DAWSON, Arthur-CRAWFORD

 

293

176

194730

JACKSON, Daniel & Thomas

Armagh

1773 Feb 4

Image 108

Daniel JACKSON of Donavally & Corr [Corr and Dunavally, Parish Loughgall (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Parish of Loughgall, Co. Armagh of 1 pt to Johnston LOCKART of Charlemont pt of Donavally & Corr commonly called  "Greasing field", little meadow + pt of field of James STEVENSON [12ac Eng] formerly in pooss'n of Thomas JACKSON of Charlemont, Co. Armagh, from 1 Nov last past for lives mentioned in Daniel JACKSON's grand lease from [James CAULFEILD], The Earl of Charlemont at £1 14s. 3hp per acre. Daniel JACKSON [SEAL] WITNESS: William LOCKART jr; William BLACK.

Thanks to Mike of Vancouver.

 

293

379

195952

OLIVER, Widow

Down

1756 May 5

GILLYLAND, ALICE, parish of Newtown, Co. Down, spinster.

5 May 1756. Full 1 p. 12 May 1773.

My sister Margaret Morrison, parish of Newtown, widow. My nephew Archibald Morrison, exor. I am seized in fee of a third part of the tenement formerly in the possession of Widow Oliver and three quarters of a tenement formerly in possession of James Templeton, both on north side of the High Street of Newtown, Co. Down, and two acres of land near the highway leading from Newtown to Belfast (bounded by the park formerly Hugh Campbell's, the park formerly Nevin Caldwell's, and the park formerly Alexr. Gregg's) which I hold under the late Sir Robt. Colvill, Knt.

Witnesses: James Thompson, merchant, John Thompson, white smith, both of Newtown, James Chambers and William Shannon, both of Greengraves, parish of Newtown, farmers.

Memorial witnessed by: William Shannon, David Henderson, Belfast, Co. Antrim, stationer.

293, 379, 195952 Archibd. Morrison (seal)

NOTE: This could relate to Andrew & Elinor DAWSON of Newtownhamilton.

 

293

390

196067

BUNBURY, Thomas

Dublin

1772 Nov 28

BIRCH-BUNBURY

Image 220

BTW Robert BIRCH of City of Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & Thomas BUNBURY of City of Dublin Wine Merchant of other pt. BIRCH set to BUNBURY the Malthouse on East side of Loughboy in Parish St. Michans Dublin formerly in possession of Mr. John CROSBY … description of boundaries – Loughboy aka Bowstreet … term of 36 years …

 

293

392

196084

JACKSON, Charles

Tyrone

Dublin

London

1773 Mar 24

BLACKER-MEREDYTH

Image 221

BTW Sarah MARTIN of General Post office London Spinster of 1 pt & Henry MEREDYTH of City of Dublin Esq. & Charles JACKSON of General Post Office London Esq of other pt. … Rev Henry BLACKER – marriage with Sarah MARTIN … townlands of Loughterush Lisnahanna Dura and Garwaghey Tillewolley Drumacana & Hockimon in Co. Tyron to hold to Henry MEREDYTH & Charles JACKSON their heirs … and lands of Dromcondra Barony Coolack, Co. Dublin containing 7a 3r 17 p of meadow and pasture and 14p of Waste Ground and a strip of Ground on the East side of the field adjoining the Strand on the south and ROBINSONs holding on the east extending in a straight line from the Strand northwards 9 feet beyond the north end of the field…

 

293

399

196130

JACKSON, William

Dublin

Kildare

Wicklow

1773 May 19

GREENE Book Index 1768-1776

Image 225

William JACKSON of City of Dublin Clothier & William TAYLOR of City of Dublin Tallow Chandler, executors of will of Joseph EVES late of City of Dublin Tallow Chandler, deceased… Mark EVES the younger of Ballytrasna, Co.  Kildare… Thomas GREENE of Lodge, Co. Wicklow …

 

293

610

198108

JACKSON, Robert & Thomas

Armagh

1773 Oct 19

Image 333

BTW Edward TIPPING Esq High Sherriff of Co. Armagh of 1 pt & Robert JACKSON of Town & Co. Armagh Gent of the other pt. … by writ of Fiere Facias issued by Majesty’s Court of Kings Bench against the gods and chattels of William SLOAN deceased and unadministered and in the hands of Robert SLOAN & William SLOAN executors of William SLOAN deceased at suit of John GARVIN for sum of £526 sold at Public Cant – Robert JACKSON highest bidder for lands of Knolkraver possibly Knockrevan Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh],  Roan [probably Rowan, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh] and abt 18ac of Ballynegallagh [possibly Ballynagolan, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh], 4ac of Monyquin [Moneyquin, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], bleaching utensils on Roan, and goods & chattels of William SLOAN, deceased. in hands of & unadmin by Robert SLOAN & William SLOAN, now by order of Kings Bench 13 June last, at the suit of John GORVIN for £526. WITNESS: Alexander LINDSAY of Roan & Neal FOX of Ballynegillagh. Robert JACKSON [SEAL]

Thanks to Mike of Vancouver for initial notes.

 

294

49

193717

JACKSON,

Margaret & Clare & Elizabeth & ors

Dublin

1772 Nov 20

MIDDLETON Book Index 1768-1776

part of the lands of Kilnamanner Timmon and Sneuls Stall, County Dublin, 11 acres, late in possession of William JACKSON, deceased husband of Elizabeth JACKSON. Whereby Elizabeth JACKSON, Robert ALLEN, Clare JACKSON ALLEN wife of Robert ALLEN, & Margaret Fisher JACKSON agreed to demise to William MIDDLETON part of the lands of Kilnamanner Timmon and Sneuls Stall, County Dublin, 11 acres, late in possession of F. Dawn SEE: JACKSONs of Pimlicoe I suspect the townland was in Kilmainham.

NOTE: The ALLEN-JACKSON connection may connect to Urker JACKSONs. See also Clare JACKSON ROD: 296-284-194666

 

294

157

194184

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1772 Dec 23

HUTCHINSON Book Index 1768-1776

Between William BRYAN of the city of Dublin merchant of the first part. William JACKSON of city of Dublin gent. And Mary JACKSON otherwise AIKEN otherwise PAINE his wife of the second part. Robert HUTCHISON of the city of Dublin gent of the third part and Samuel AIKEN of the city of Dublin gent of the fourth part granted to Robert HUTCHISON lands of Westpalestown [Westpalstown, Parish Westpalstown, Barony Balrothery West] containing 197 acres two roods and 22 perches formerly demised by Hugh ROWLEY deceased to George AIKEN deceased and lately demised by Hercules Longford ROWLEY, Esquire. To the said Samuel AIKEN in the County of Dublin. For sum of £300. Witnessed William CUSACK of the city of Dublin gent and Richard WILSON the younger of city of Dublin gent.

NOTE: Because of a loan, there is a connection of William JACKSON to the Family of Richard JACKSON of Forkhill. SEE: ROD: 372-163-248081 Oct 14, 1785. and 335-37- 222526

NOTE: Mary was the widow of Francis AIKIN late of Murragh, Co. Dublin, son of George AIKIN. When she married William JACKSON in 1755 she was “of London”. SEE: ROD: 178-185- 118494 and ROD: 270-436- 173413. The BRYANs had Co. Kildare connections.

SEE: also  Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Pimlico

NOTE: William JACKSON was most likely the clothier of Upper Coombe. SEE: ROD: 200-346- 133444 and ROD: 270-346- 173413 and 202-462- 134758 and ROD: 219-308- 143791

 

294

268

194618

BARTLEY

 

1768-1784

Owen BARTLY to DONNELLY

 

294

284

194666

JACKSON,

Margaret & Clare & Elizabeth & ors

Dublin

 

BEEBY Book Index 1768-1776

SEE: #193717 for same names and places

 

 

294

583

195832

McCULLAGH

 

1768-1776

McCULLAGH, William – JOHNSON SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

294

585

195834

McCULLAGH

Armagh

Monaghan

1739-1810

 

McBURNEY to McCULLOUGH  Lurgannore (TI Bk 45)

x

295

280

196105

JACKSON, John

Tipperary

1771 Jun 3

JACKSON-RYAN Book Index 1768-1776 Newport,

John JACKSON of Newport, Co Tipperary, Brickmaker of one pt & Joseph RYAN of Newcross, Co Tipperary Yeoman

 

295

363

196773

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1772 May 8

JACKSON-O’BRYAN Book Index 1768-1776

Henry JACKSON of Francis Street, Dublin paper merchant for consid  demised to Daniel O’BRIEN of the same hosier... land on east side of Francis St.

 

295

453

197535

JACKSON, George

Louth

1773 Jul 3

JACKSON-LOWE Book Index 1768-1776

Revd George JACKSON of Strabannon, Co Louth & Nathaniel LOW of Lowville, Co Galway...400 acres in Barony of Dunleek, Co Meath &  all the lands of Tully in Co Louth in presence of Townes JACKSON... NOTE: Likely Fownes JACKSON? Rev. George JACKSON’s father (1681-1734) married a Frances FOWNES. Could he be a son? SEE: JACKSONS of Steeple

 

295

609

198281

JACKSON,

Rowland

Waterford

1773 Jan 12

JACKSON O’CONNOR Book Index 1768-1776

Rowland JACKSON Esq. Of Glanbeg in Co Waterford, doctor of Physic of 1 pt & Rowland Jackson CONNOR of Coolish Hall in said County Gent

 

296

23

193769

JACKSON,

Hugh & James & ors

Monaghan

1772 Nov 25

JACKSON-STEELE & ors Book Index 1768-1776 Cordevlish Corduffles

Marriage Arts. Hugh JACKSON of Ballybay Co Monaghan on behalf of his son James JACKSON of 1 pt Walter STEEL of Candlefort Co Monaghan on behalf of daughter Mary of other pt. description of land

SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe

16d

296

107

194487

JACKSON, William

Longford

1773 an 28

CUNNINGHAM Book Index 1768-1776

Image 62

William JACKSON of Cologe Co Waterford Gent of 1 pt & Matthew CUNNINGHAM of Edgeworthstown the younger shop-keeper of the other pt.  an annuity against lands in Colloge in tenure of Thomas LITTLE Mark MAGRATH Edward COONY Christopher NUGENT Patrick MAGRATH & Widow HANS … £5.5.6 payable for 21 years. WITNESS: Charles CUNNINGHAM Farmer & James MOLLOY Schoolmaster both of Edgeworthstown Co. Longford

16d

296

284

194666

JACKSON, Clare

Dublin

 

BEEBY

SEE: ROD: 294-39-193717 for Clare JACKSON and for same names and places

 

296

459

197719

JACKSON, George

Dublin

1773 Oct 14

Book Index 1768-1776

POE

Rev. George JACKSON of Stabbannon Co Louth & Elizabeth JACKSON his wife lease to Samuel POE of Poescourt Co Louth Esq. corner lot or plot of land situate on the Strand in front to a new street called or intended to be called  Poolbeg street containing 115’ or thereabouts  on the east to the new passage Lazy Hill to Mr. MERCERs dock on the South To the holdings of Lazy Hill and on the west to a wall lately erected by John MERCER in Co  of the City of Dublin [lives of Royalty] Witness Townes JACKSON [could this be Fownes JACKSON?]& James CONNOLLY both of City of Dubin SEE: JACKSONs of Steeple

16d

296

570

198311

JACKSON, James

Kings

1773 Aug 27

Image 308

BTW Sir William PARSONS of Parsonstown [aka Birr now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co. Bart of 1 pt & Thomas ABBOTT of Rahin Co. Tipperary Gent of other pt. Deed annexed 26 Sept 1760 BTW Sir William PARSONS of 1 pt & William ABBOTT of Parsonstown, Clothier of the other pt [now deceased] … Tucking Mill in Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co and a small garden at back of Mill in breadth 66’ and at the east or broad end (a triangle) 174’ . … lives of said William ABBOTT & Samuel ABBOTT and William ABBOTT two sons of said William ABBOTT … and the said William ABBOTT & William ABBOTT two of the lives were dead and that Samuel ABBOTT was eldest son and heir of said William and Thomas ABBOTT one of the executors of said William had nominated John ABBOTT and William ABBOTT 2nd and 3rd sons of the said William ABBOTT the elder as two lives. WITNESS: James JACKSON of Birr & Henry LANGLEY of Woodfield [probably Woodfield or Tullynisk , Parish Eglish, Barony Eglish, both Kings Co. Gents.

NOTE: A Samuel ABBOTT married Elizabeth JACKSON, daughter of a James JACKSON & Alice DALTON

SEE; JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

 

296

570

198312

JACKSON, James

Kings

 

see above.

 

296

570

198313

JACKSON, James

Kings

1773 Aug 27

Image 309

see above. New lives: John PIM and Samuel ABBOTT. WITNESS: James JACKSON

 

297

192

194500

BAGENAL

 

1758 May 1

Image 106

BTW Beauchamp BAGENAL of Dunleckney Co. Carlow Esq. of 1 pt & Joseph BERNARD then of town of Carlow Esq of other pt.. Beauchamp BAGENAL for consideration demised to Joseph BERNARD lands of Ballyboo containing 141a 3r in Barony Dorrone, Co. Carlow  to hold for lives and reciting that said Joseph BERNARD had died and published his will devising his estate to his 2nd & 3rd sons John BERNARD & William BERNARD Esq. subject to the jointure of his widow and fortunes for his daughters … lease 13 Dec 1763 btw John WILLINGHAM Doctor of Divinity rector of parish of Conwell in Ballymacool Co. Donegal of 1 pt & John BERNARD of the other pt … WITNESS: Bowell LALOR of Town of Carlow Gent & Thomas ELTON of Town of Carlow Glazier … & Andrew Caulfeild BEST of Bootville, Co. Carlow Esq..

 

297

299

184911

JACKSON, James

Tipperary

Kings

1772 Sep 1

PARSONS-MINCHIN & ors

Townland Index 1739-1810 “C” Image 81

Clorane, Cloneen & Mills, Coppaghnegarrane

Carrigogonbeg

Carriyour

Image 162

Sir William PARSONS of Parsonstown Kings Co Bart granted to Francis MINCHIN the elder and Francis MINCHIN the younger both in City of Dublin Woolen Drapers lands of Drangon Newtown Kilbury Lawlesstown and several houses in Co. Tipperary and also lands of Coolouge Galrose Clonard Clunwo Tedidns Clonlyon the Mills of Birr Crinkill Newtown Rallyduffe Ballywilliam Ballindown Clonoghill Drumbaum Conspark Dovinlogh Bolinarouge Customs of Birr Lands of Birr Larretta Ballindarra Ballinree Seafin Derrinduffe Whiteford Burkshill Clonbrone Newbridge and Moor Park all in Kings Co. … WITNESS: James JACKSON of Birr Kings Co. Gent & Thomas TOTHALL of City of Dublin Gent

 

297

301

194939

SMITH

Dublin

1772 Dec 22

Image 163

BTW Armynella SMITH of City of Dublin Spinster of 1st pt & John LYMAN of City of Dublin Merchant of 2nd pt. & John SMITH of City of Dublin brother to said Armenella SMITH of 3rd pt … land on East side of Stafford St., City of Dublin then occupied by William MILLBANKS and Ruth MILLBANKS otherwise SMITH … Jane SMITH … WITNESS: Jane LYNAM wife of said John LYNANA and sister to Armynella SMITH

 

297

303

194952

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin & Down

1773 Feb 23

COLVILLE Book Index 1768-1776

Image 163

Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Taylor of 1 pt & Robert COLVILLE of City of Dublin Gent of other pt. Reciting deed where Alexander STEWART & Robert STEWART his son both of Newtownards Co Down Esq. deeded to Thomas JACKSON piece of land in Newtownards being # 9 & 10… WITNESS incl Sarah COLVILE wife of Robert COLVILLE SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

16d

297

602

196312

OLIVER

Monaghan

1765 June 1

CORRY - OLIVER Laragh, Aughnamullen

NAMES: Galbraith LOWRY-CORRY of Ahennis [Co. Fermanagh]; David OLIVER of Ballyray AKA Ballyrea [Ballyrea, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh],; Edmond McMAHON; James NORRIS; William & Joseph OLIVER (twin sons of David); William COLE; Robert COOPER of Killkarn AKA Killcarn [Killycarn Lower & Killycarn Upper, Parish Loughgilly (Lower Orior portion), Barony Orior Lower], Parish of Loughgilly, Co. Armagh; Thomas IRWIN of Killynal AKA Killnaul, Parish of Aghaloo, Co. Tyrone. OTHER PLACES: Laragh; Cornacarrow.

Memorial of an indenture between Galbraith Lowry CORRY Ahenis, Co. Tyrone Esq. & David OLIVER of Ballyray, Parish & Co. Armagh - land demised to OLIVER and 2 Tates known as Laragh and Cornacarrow with Corn & Tuck mills except 65 acres at the end of Cornacarrow where Edmond McMAHON & others then lived ... for the lives of the said David OLIVER William OLIVER and Joseph OLIVER his sons aged about six months at the yearly rent of nine shillings ... David OLIVER will “erect and completely furnish a cloth mill within three years and ditch in twenty Irish acres convenient to said mill”.

 

297

641

196513

JACKSON, John

Sligo

1773 Feb 6

CARY Book Index 1768-1776

Image 337

Deborah CAREY widow & executrix of Rev. Henry CAREY of 1st pt & Rev. John JACKSON of Clonsagh, Co. Dublin of 2nd pt. Charles CARY Ensign in his Majesty’s 58 Regiment of Foot & 4th son of said Henry CARY of 3rd pt whereby for consideration Deborah CARY & John JACKSON granted to Charles CARY 4 quarters of Templevamy [Templevanny  Parish Toomour, Barony Corran] Co. Sligo….

16d

298

9

196280

JACKSON, Thomas

Antrim

1763 May 5

JACKSON Book Index 1768-1776

Btw Thomas JACKSON the younger of Town & Co. of Antrim Gent of the 1 pt & Luke JACKSON of Lisnaguigal [possibly Lisnagreggan, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper] in said County Gent of the other part.. Thomas JACKSON let to Luke JACKSON all that part and parcel of land called Hollywell farm [Holy Well, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper] containing by estimation 82 acres English measure… situate living and being in the Sixteentowns [?] Parish and Co. Antrim.. to hold to Luke JACKSON for 21 years. For rent of 49 pounds 4 shillings sterling. Witness Hugh O’NEIL of town and County of Antrim Inn Holder  and Robert YOUNG of the same Merchant SEE: JACKSONs of Steeple

15

298

87

196599

JACKSON, Thomas

Antrim

1773 May 19

JACKSON Book Index 1768-1776

A memorial of a Certain Instrument of Writing between John JACKSON the elder of Parish & Co. Antrim Gent of the 1 pt & Thomas JACKSON the younger of said parish & county gent of the other part. Whereby reciting the said Thomas JACKSON the elder for the Consideration assigned and made over to Thomas JACKSON the younger the farm of Hollywell  [Holy Well, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper] and Whinpark [Whin Park,, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper] situate in the Sixteentowns [?] & Co Antrim for and during the natural life of Thomas JACKSON the younger, and thereafter to his lawful issue with the elder to be preferred before the younger and the male before the female & if he have no lawful issue then Dorah JACKSON otherwise CLARK the present wife of Thomas the younger, she would be paid ten pounds sterling yearly. WITNESS: John RANKIN of Town & Co Antrim gent & Robert YOUNG of same Merchant. SEE: JACKSONs of Steeple and/or Jacksons of Tobermore.

15

298

242

197303

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1773 May 4

CONNOLLY Book Index 1768-1776

 Indenture of lease btw William JACKSON Gent of City of Dublin set to Peter CONNOLLY bricklayer of Thomas St house known by Sign of the Cock and tenement behind the same on the North side of Thomas St….

16d

298

312

197534

JACKSON, George Rev

Louth

1773 May 1

Indented Lease of release btw Rev. George JACKSON of Stabannon Co Louth of 1st pt John Bowes NENSON Esq. Late Capt in His majesties fifty-eight Regiment of Foot on the English Establishment heir at law of Charles BROUGHTON late of the City of Dublin Esq. deceased & John COURTNEY of Waterford Co Waterford  Gent heir at law of Edward COURTNEY late of the City of Dublin Surgeon deceased of the second part & Nathaniel LOW of Lowerville Co  Galway Esq of 3rd pt… wherein the sd George JACKSON in consideration of the sum of four thousand three hundred pounds five shillings and three sterling… granted land to Nathaniel LOW in his actual possession Town and lands of Tully  in Co & Parish of Louth containing by estimation 450 acres then lately in the possession of Charles BROUGHTON…. Witness Fownes JACKSON & James CONNOLLY both of City of Dublin SEE: JACKSONS of Steeple

15

298

312

197535

JACKSON, Rev. George

Louth

1773  May 1

JACKSON-BENSON Book Index LOWE 1768-1776

Rev. George JACKSON of Robannon [Strabannon?], Co. Louth of 1st pt & Jonathon Bowes BENSON Esq. late Captain English 58th Regiment of Foot, heir of Charles BROUGHTON, Esq deceased of Dublin. Towns and lands of Tully transferred to Nathaniel LOW Esq. of Loweville, Co. Galway. Fownes JACKSON a subscribing witness. Dawn. SEE: JACKSONS of Steeple

 

298

353

197682

LOWE

 

1763-1777

ANDERSON, Wm-LOWE

 

298

422

197918

GORE, John & Anne

Waterford

Dublin

 

1772 Feb 24

Image 231

BTW Maj Gen John GORE and Anne GORE otherwise MOORE his wife both of City of Westminster Great Britain and George RUTLAND [PUTLAN?] of City of Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & Rev. Mr. DOWNES Chancellor of Diocese of Waterford Clke of the other … 7 fields near town of Clonmell Co. Tipperary 9a3r20p … for natural lives of said William DOWNES Mary DAWSON daughter of ____ DAWSON Dragoon and Sarah DAWSON otherwise BOOTH his wife aged btw 7 & 8 years and Richard SPARROW son of Simon SPARROW of Clonmell Clothier aged btw 10-12 years… WITNESS Rev Stephen THOMAS of Clonmell CLKE & Charles PERCIVAL od City of Dublin Esq. … Rev. Joseph MOORE of Clonmell Clke.

SOURCE: Crossley’s Abstracts

18

298

504

198446

BREAKY

 

 

GILLESPIE-BREAKY 

x

298

699

199719

JACKSON, George

Kings

1774 Mar 14

Book Index 1768-1776

SBtw George JACKSON of Clonegonagh [probably Clonagannagh, Parish Dunkerrin, Barony Clonlisk], Kings Co Esq. & Ralph SMYTH of City of Dublin Merchant on the part and behalf of a trust for the Rev. John SMYTHE of Lismacrony Co Tipperary clk. George JACKSON in consideration of 585 pounds &  and 490 pounds pd to him by John SMYTH  in the whole 1075 pounds total George JACKSON assigned his interest in the lands of Drumnescart Co Tipperary

16d

299

201

197965

OATES

Cork

1768-1776

OATES, Joseph-WILCOCKS not pertinent

 

299

266

198314

JACKSON, James

Kings

1773

WITNESS: James JACKSON of Birr.

 

299

309

198435

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1773 Dec 2

FRIEND Book Index 1768-1776

Image 164

Bwt James JACKSON of City of Dublin Periwig maker of the 1 pt & John FRIEND of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co Gent of the other…. Description of land on Duke St Cumberland Square in Birr Kings Co. for lives of said James JACKSON James JACKSON of Birr nephew to the said James JACKSON and John WILKINSON of Birr apothecary. Memorial witness by Robert JACKSON and James JACKSON both of Birr.

NOTE: I suspect that the James JACKSON nephew was the James JACKSON who was a brewer.

SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

16d

299

312

198442

OLIVER, Alicia

Cork

1773 Nov 1

OLIVER-OLIVER

Alicia PIGGOTT otherwise OLIVER of City of Corke widow of Thomas OLIVER of Cork City Gent… land in City of CORK

16d

299

519

199205

JACKSON, Arthur

Armagh

1774 Jan 29

MATCHETT-JACKSON

Image 279

BTW John MATCHETT of Mountrow Co. Armagh, Gent of 1 pt; Arthur JACKSON of Crossmacohilly [Crossmacahilly, Parish Seagoe, Barony Oneilland East]  Co. Armagh farmer of the other pt. Lands of Crossmacahilly, Lylo, Lisnamintry, [Korn?] [Carn], Tanaforglassan [Tamnafiglassan], Clanroul [Clanrolla], Tanafacarbet [Tamnaficarbet], Ball___ [probably Ballynacor], Drumnagoon, Bacombra [Bocombra] all in Parish Seagoe, Barony Oneilland East,  containing 1, 000a for lives of John JACKSON son of William JACKSON then of the age of three years John JACKSON of Ballinary Co. Armagh brother to said Arthur JACKSON now of age 13 & William HENDERSON of Crossmacahilly, linen weaver. WITNESS: John MULLAN of City of Dublin Linen weaver; William JACKSON of Derrylard, [Parish Tartaraghan, Barony Oneilland West] Linen Draper, & William WRIGHT of Ballinary [probably Ballynarry, Parish Tartaraghan, Barony Oneilland West] Merchant Co. Armagh.

 

299

523

199190

JACKSON, George

Tipperary

1774 Feb 11

Book Index 1768-1776

O’BRIEN

George JACKSON of Rahinne Co Tipperary demised to Matthew O’BRIEN tithes of Kilbarron

16d

299

540

199246

OLIVER, Jane

Kilkenny

1768- 1776

OLIVER-FLOOD

Jane OLIVER of Middlesex, only issue of John SILVER Esq by Jane SILVER  otherwise SANDFORD his wife  both deceased of the one pt…

16d

299

617

199555

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1774 Mar 7

HUNT Book Index 1768-1776

The land on the west side of Liffey St… William JACKSON of Mill Street tanner – all to do with will of Alice BRYAN late of Lazars Hill City of Dublin. SEE: JACKSONs of Pimlicoe

NOTE: This is likely the William JACKSON who married Mary PAINE aka AIKIN – or perhaps a son.

NOTE: Mary was the widow of Francis AIKIN late of Murragh, Co. Dublin, son of George AIKIN. When she married William JACKSON in 1755 she was “of London”. SEE: ROD: 178-185- 118494 and ROD: 270-436- 173413. The BRYANs had Co. Kildare connections.

SEE: also  Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Pimlico

NOTE: William JACKSON was most likely the clothier of Upper Coombe. SEE: ROD: 200-346- 133444 and ROD: 270-346- 173413 and 202-462- 134758 and ROD: 219-308- 143791

16d

299

654

200001

DAWSON

Monaghan

1739-1810

DAWSON-DAWSON Book 45 (1739-1810) Enagh

Samuel DAWSON of Rockcorry & Richard DAWSON City of Dublin

16d

300

199

199328

JACKSON, George

Kings

1774 Feb 21

Book Index 1768-1776

KING

Image 109

Deed of release made between George JACKSON of Cluneganah [probably Clonagannagh, Parish Dunkerrin, Barony Clonlisk], Kings Co Esquire of the one part and Edward KING of the city of Dublin gent of the other part. Reciting that Thomas SMYTH late of Ballingarry County Tipperary gent deceased had an undivided third parts of the tythes of the parish of Kilbarrane [possibly Kilbarron, Barony Lower Ormond] otherwise Rathbarrane County Tipperary that he conveyed to George JACKSON in consideration of £800 and £1354 paid by Edward KING … Fine levied by George JACKSON and Anna Maria JACKSON, his wife of said two thirds parts of Tythes… WITNESS: Robert JACKSON of Cloneganah [probably Clonagannagh, Parish Dunkerrin, Barony Clonlisk], Kings Co & John MOORE

 

300

632

20864

MAULEVERER

Londonderry

1773 Jan 8

MAULEVERER-JOHNSTON 1739-1810

Image 327

John MAULEVERER of City of Londonderry, Merchant of 1 pt & William JOHNSTON & Nathaniel JOHNSTON of Bordeaux, France Merchants of the other pt… sale of tenement or warehouse on Ship Quay City of Londonderry then in possession of John MAULEVERER.

 

301

86

199135

BAGENAL

Carlow

1874 Feb 4

Image 50 [many pages-long deed]

BTW William HUMPHRY of City of Dublin Merchant eldest son & heir of John HUMPHRY late of Town of Carlow Gent deceased of 1st pt. … William HUMPHY married Mary KIRKPATRICK in consideration of $2,000 … land in Carlow [described] … Mr. BERNARD’s holding … demised by Benjamin BURTON 16 Feb 1727 …. Lands demised 19 Jul 1726 by James HAMILTON … bounded … peter MOOREs … Beauchamp BAGENAL had granted a share of tithes in various lands in Co Carlow to the HUMPHRY family

 

301

197

199976

DAWSON

Dublin

1768-1776

DAWSON, Coates John-SEAVER

John Dawson COATES – William SEAVER of Portobello, Co Dublin not pert

 

301

198

199977

DAWSON

 

1768-1776

DAWSON, Coates John-SEAVER

 

301

220

200349

JACKSON, Peter

Dublin

1774 Mar 24

Whereby Peter JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent for considerations made over to James HART of City of Dublin Grocer messuage or dwelling house on west side of Patrick Street. WITNESS: Joanna JACKSON of Ranelagh (wife of Peter JACKSON) Road, Mr GOODMAN of Pill Lane Grocer & William NOWLAND of Fishamble Street Huxter all of City of Dublin. James HART [SEAL]

SEE: Peter JACKSON & Joanna He made his start as a hacklemaker in Dublin, and then blacksmith. Their descendants were at Fairy Hill Bray, Co. Wicklow, and also in Tipperary & Dublin.

 

301

223

200409

OATES

Cork

1774 May 3

OATES, Joseph-HAYES1768-1776

Joseph OATES of Killnahone, Co Cork

 

301

337

201027

DAWSON

Tyrone

1774 Jun 25

Image 188

John DAWSON of Borran, Parish of Killyman Co Tyrone of 1 pt & Abraham DAWSON of same of other pt & Mary DAWSON... pt of lands of Borran.

 

301

338

201041

 

Antrim

Galway

Meath

1763-1777

ANDREWS, Francis-his will

Image 189

Francis ANDERSON late Provost of Trinity College ... lands in Co Antrim [not described] to his mother... also lands in Galway & Meath (held by Mr. GAMBLE in Trust for Francis ANDERSON ...

 

301

435

201844

BROWN

Armagh

1775 Oct 5

BROWN-HENDERSON 1739-1810 Bellany

Jane BROWN widow & admin of George BROWN late of Markethill [in the townlands of Coolmillish, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower and Edenykennedy, Parish Kilclooney (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower], Co. Armagh & Frances HENDERSON of Ahory, Co Armagh of other pt..Townland of Drumlack [Drumlack, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower]... 57 acres.. tenements on the south by Henry JACKSONs land... during lives of Hugh BROWN son of Jane & John SCOTT, son of Robert SCOTT apothecary of Armagh.... WITNESS: George EWART of Ahory [Aghory, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] , Linen draper Simon McCLINCHY of Marlecoomore [Marlacoo More, Parish of Mullaghbrack (ONeilland West portion), in the Barony of Orior Lower – which is on the border of  Aghory] Linen draper Jane BROWN [her mark].

 

301

451

201905

JACKSON, James

Wicklow

1774 Sep 24

JACKSON Book Index 1768-1776

Image 249 (Names Index had p 457)

James JACKSON of Spinans Co Wicklow farmer of the one part & Thomas JACKSON of Spinans Gent of the other part...111 acres Plantation Measure in Barony of Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow.... for lives of said James JACKSON & Hanna his daughter & William JACKSON 2nd son of sd James JACKSON. Thomas JACKSON [SEAL] WITNESS: Charles MURPHY of City of Dublin Taylor & Samuel HATCH of City of Dublin Gent.

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

 

302

223

199863

BIRCH

 

1763-1777

ANDREWS, Francis-BIRCH

 

302

248

199978

DAWSON

 

1768-1776

DAWSON, Coates John-SEAVER

 

302

249

199979

DAWSON

 

1768-1776

DAWSON, Coates John-SEAVER

 

302

450

20890

BREAKEY

 

1739-1810

BROWNLEE-BROWNLEE

 

302

692

203220

MAULEVERER

Londonderry

1739-1810

MAULEVERER-LANE

 

303

83

200098

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1774 Mar 26

JACKSON-BLAKELEY Book Index 1768-1776 Dundrum

Robert JACKSON of Armagh, Co. Armagh  Gent of 1 pt; William BLEAKLEY of Dundrum, Co. Armagh of other pt. transferred lands of Dundrum [Dundrum Parish Keady, Barony Armagh], & Bleaching Utensils, Barony of Armagh which Samuel BLEAKLY held by lease… deed of sale the sd Robert JACKSON made by Edward TIPPING Esq., late High Sherriff of Co. Armagh 23rd Dec  1773

1

303

125

200312

DONALDSON

Armagh

1774 Apr 24

DONALDSON-DONALDSON Tullyvallen [possibly either Tullyvallan (Hamilton) East or Tullyvallan (Hamilton) West, Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper],

Memorial of an assignment by Elizabeth DONALDSON ors McCLEMENTS of Tullygony to Hugh DONALDSON her son of Town, Parish & Co of Armagh lands of Tullygasy [possibly Tullyogallaghan, Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper] Parish of Creggan [NOTE: Part of Creggan became Parish Newtonhamilton] held under name of Alexander HAMILTON. WITNESS: John BIGHAM of Cloghog [Cloghoge, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Co. Armagh, Schoolmaster &  & Samuel CHOPLIN of Tullyvallen, farmer & James JOHNSTON of Darcy, Co. Armagh, farmer.

NOTE: I wonder if BIGHAM could have also been BIGGAM. In 1839, Archibald BIGGAM married Sarah JACKSON.

1

303

187

200656

 

 

1739-1810

TECHBORNE-TOWNSEND Ballinagerah

TICKBORNE?

 

303

209

253668

ALLEN

Armagh

1786 Aug 14

Image 420

BTW Joseph ALLEN of Tullynagreeny [??] Co. Armagh Farmer of 1 pt & Redmond O’HANLAN of Gall and Rock [Gallrock, Parish Tartaraghan, Barony Oneilland West ] Co. Armagh of the other pt. … McKEE

 

303

299

201176

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1774 Jul 1

JACKSON-JOHNSTON Book Names Index 1768-1776

Image 160

Lease btw Thomas JACKSON of Mary’s Alley in City of Dublin Taylor of one pt & Richard JOHNSTON of Capel Street in sd City Brushmaker of the other…demised stables in back of Thomas JACKSONs House in Mary’s Abbey cont in front to Bootlane 18 ft from front to rere 18 ft in Parish of St Mary’s Abbey City of Dublin … Richard JOHNSTON [SEAL] WITNESS: Arthur DUNN of City of Dublin Gent & John CLEMENTS of City of Dublin Embroiderer & Davis LORD of City of Dublin Brushmaker.

15

303

712

204273

DAWSON

Londonderry

1768-1776

DAWSON, Arthur, his will

 

304

112

200607

 

Monaghan

1739-1810

BRUNKER-BRUNKER Book 45 (1739-1810) Creeve

 

 

304

196

201518

GORE, John & Henry

Longford

1773 Nov 25

Image 107

BTW Henry MONTFORT of Bawn, Co. Longford Esq of 1 pt & Rt Hon John Lord Baron Annally [GORE] Chief Justice of his Majesties Court of Kings Bench in Ireland & Henry GORE of Terlicken Co. Longfort Esq. of the other pt. … Henry MANFORT marriage to Margaret JESSOP of Mount JESSOP  [various cartrons listed]

 

304

323

201974

McCULLAGH

Monaghan

Armagh

1774 Sep 25

McCULLAGH, Mary – TIPPING 1768-1776 McCULLOGH Patrick to TIPPING

BTW Patrick McCULLAGH of Lurganearly in the Co. Monaghan & Samuel ENNIS of Crossmale, Co Down of the 1 pt Edward TIPPING of MtHill [Mounthill, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] Co Armagh, Esq of the other pt reciting deed Oct 24 1742 between Thomas TIPPING of Castletown , Co Louth & Patrick McCULLAGH & Samuel ENNIS of other pt... demised to sd Patrick McCULLAGH for 3 lives  thr townland of Mulloduff [Mullaghduff, Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper] in Parish of Creggan & Barony of Upper Fews, Co Armagh rent 43 pounds for 1st 3 years ... lots of detail .. one of the witnesses was Thomas McCULLAGH of Lurgan [probably Lurgan, Parish Shankill, Barony of Oneilland East], yeoman NOTE: Archibald McCULLAGH also leased Mulladuff. SEE: McCULLAGH connections

NOTE: Ballynagleragh [see Ballynaclosha, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] was the old name of Ballsmill; Ballynaghy is the modern Mounthill[Mounthill (Baile an Achaidh), Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] renamed after Rector Hill. SOURCE: The History of the Parish of Creggan in the 17th and 18th Centuries. L. P. Murray, Isaac Dobson, Wm. Frankland and J. Southey. Journal of the County Louth Archaeological Society, Vol. 8, No. 2 (1934), pp. 128. Mounthill House in Mapcarta.

 

304

389

202409

JACKSON, George

Kings

Tipperary

1774 Nov 23

Book Index 1768-1776

SMITH

George JACKSON of Clonegan Esq  [probably Clonagannagh, Parish Dunkerrin, Barony Clonlisk] Kings Co, of the 1 pt demised townlands of Drumascort Co Tipperary

15

304

431

204847

 

Kings

Tipperary

1784 Mar 10

Townland Index 1739-1810-S  Image 130 Shinrone a house and garden [Shinrone, Parish Shinrone, Barony Clonlisk]

PARSONS-SMITH

Image 235

BTW William PARSONS of Parsonstown (aka Birr) Kings Co. Bart & John LLOYD of Gloster Kings Co. demised to Dorothy SMITH of Shinrone Kings Co. widow house & garden 6a 1r 15p of land part of Cloughmoyle with the [Stang?] of land formerly enclosed by Joshua SMITH deceased and now in her possession with the Turff plott usually held and Enjoyed with the premises on the Bogg commonly called Joseph COLLINs Bog in Kings Co Barony Clonlish for lives of Oliver SMITH son of Emanuel SMITH and Robert SMITH and Ralph SMITH sons to Joseph SMITH [Joseph or Joshua?] … WITNESS: Ralph SMITH of Shnrone Gent & Richard BIRCH of Roscrea, Co. Tipperary

NOTE: Smith aka SMYTH aka SMYTHE

 

304

458

255938

 

Armagh

1739-1810

ROBINSON was the owner

(NOTE Wrong number– my notes are illegible and there may be another entry) Does not correlate with Killinore – and it was supposed to.

NOTE: Memorial 255938 is at ROD: 388-103-255938 and it was concerned with John JOHNSTON & lands in Dublin. on ROD: 304-458 the #s are not close.

 

304

473

205820

JACKSON, James

Kildare

1775 May 14

Will of John HUMPHREY(S), Dublin, Esquire. His nephew Richard HUMPHREYS of County Kildare, clerk. His friend Robert HAMILTON, Dublin, Esquire, second son of Alexander HAMILTON, late of said city, Esq., deceased, trustee. Thomas HUMPHREYS of Kingston, Jamaica, planter. His nephew William HUMPHREYS, kinsman John Butler, godson Henry BUTLER, third son of said John BUTLER. Mary the eldest daughter of said John BUTLER, then the wife of Benjamin YATES, Dublin. Margaret BUTLER, spinster, second daughter of said John BUTLER. Sarah BUTLER, youngest daughter of said John BUTLER, aged about six years. His cousin John BUTLER of Dublin, Esquire, and his nephew Richard HUMPHREYS, and executors. His real and personal estate in this kingdom or Great Britain. Witnesses: John MORRIS, Dublin, Esquire, John CHAMBERS, Dublin, timber merchant, James STAFFORD, Dublin, gent. Memorial witnessed by John CHAMBERS, James JACKSON. John BUTLER seal.

 

304

486

205853

JACKSON, Thomas

Meath

1775 Oct 3

VERNER-JACKSON Lisnaboe

Memorial of an indenture of a lease May 2, 1774 between Thomas VERNER of Churchill, Co. Armagh Esq. of the one part & Thomas JACKSON of Lisnaboe of Co. of  Meath Gent of the other.Land granted to Thomas JACKSON excepting  all that part and parcel of the Lands of Rath situate on the West and Northwest side of the Great Road leading from Nobber in the County of Meath to Cabnigh in the Co of Cavan containing by estimation 152 acres 1r 20p… for the lives of Gordon JACKSON then aged 12 years, Henry JACKSON aged 8 years and Thomas JACKSON the younger then aged 6 years…. Yearly rent of 160 pounds 12 s 8d payable quarterly…. SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe

 

304

543

206082

OLIVER

Cork

1775 Aug 23

OLIVER, Rev. John. Archdeacon of Cootemore, Cork Lease: Glanehaglish By Coshlea Limerick 260ac; L + R 19 + 20 Apr 1757 Rev. John OLIVER to Helena Maria MAUNSELL (ow TOLER) subject to redemption; P1(Richard MAUNSELL)  to P2 Helena Maria MAUNSELL – wife of Richard MAUNSELL & only sister and heir at law of Eleanor TOLER) or £1000-5-0 nickred

 

304

554

206111

JACKSON, Thomas

Cavan

Louth

Meath

1775 Sep 25

Image 297

BTW John GORDON of Kings Court, Co. Cavan Gent of 1st pt; Abigail CRAIG of Arthurstown, Co. Louth spinster of 2nd pt; Alexander CRAIG of Arthurstown Gent & Thomas JACKSON of Lisnaboe Co. Meath of 3rd pt. Marriage to be had btw Abigail CRAIG & John GORDON  … covenanted with Alexander CRAIG & Thomas JACKSON and the survivors of them …

 

304

595

205995

 

Kings

Dublin

1775 Oct 18

Townland Index 1739-1810-S Image 127

Shinroan & Fairs & Markets, Barony Clonlisk

DOOLIN-DOOLIN

Image 282

BTW Joseph DOOLAN of the City of London Shoemaker of 1 pt; James DOOLAN of Town of Shinrone Kings Co. Gent of the other pt. reciting that Joseph DOOLAN sold to James DOOLAN House and Garden in Town of Shinrone commonly called Evan’s House together with the Parks or fields on the right hand side of the road leading from the said town of Shinrone to Carrigatean Kings Co. by virtue of a lease by John BALDWIN late of Corrlanty Kings Co Esq deceased to John DOOLAN of said town of Shinrone for 3 lives … lands were made over unto Joseph DOOLAN the elder since deceased in trust for Joseph DOOLAN the younger since also deceased … the last will of said Joseph DOOLAN the younger devised to Joseph DOOLAN  after the death of the widow of said Joseph DOOLAN. WITNESS: James McCARRELL of City of Dublin Gent & Elizabeth DOOLAN of Town of Shinrone Kings Co. Spinster. Joseph DOOLAN [SEAL]

 

304

622

206741

JACKSON, Richard

Armagh & Dublin

1775 Dec 4

JACKSON-SHERLOCK Book Index 1768-1776 Forkhill,

Image 332

Richard JACKSON of Forkhill Lodge [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper], Co Armagh Esq demised to Thomas SHERLOCK, Brewer land in Glovers Alley near Stephens Green, City of Dublin adjoining the Gateway late John SWEETMAN’s now of Thomas SHERLOCK containing in front 54 ½’ and back to the Angle of the Malt House as of right belongs to Richard JACKSON … for 31 years rent of £3.8.3 witness Edward TIPPING of Mounthill [Mounthill, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], , Co Armagh, Esq. & Jackson WRAY son of Jackson WRAY of Ballycastle [ED: Ballycastle, Ballycastle the town is in Town Parks, Parish Ramoan, Barony Cary] Co Antrim Esq & William JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent JACKSONs of Coleraine.

NOTE: Ballynagleragh [see Ballynaclosha, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] was the old name of Ballsmill; Ballynaghy is the modern Mounthill[Mounthill (Baile an Achaidh), Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] renamed after Rector Hill. SOURCE: The History of the Parish of Creggan in the 17th and 18th Centuries. L. P. Murray, Isaac Dobson, Wm. Frankland and J. Southey. Journal of the County Louth Archaeological Society, Vol. 8, No. 2 (1934), pp. 128

Mounthill House in Mapcarta.

 

304

670

203946

McCARTER

Monaghan

Wicklow

1776 Jan 15

ARMSTRONG to McCARTER 1739-1810 [Various], (TI Bk 45)

Image 349

Robert ARMSTRONG of Newbliss and Co. Monaghan Distiller in consideration of £73.10 paid by James McCARTER lands of Cormoy, Co. Monaghan for lives by Robert ARMSTRONG which shall from Richard GORE of Sandymount Co. Wicklow Esq. 1 Jun 1764 … James McCARTER [SEAL] WITNESS: James COOPER of Genagh John BOYLE of Carroline & John TODD of Killygodde Co. Monaghan, farmer.

 

305

55

200457

BREAKY

Monaghan

Meath

1770-May 1

BOYD-BREAKEY

Image 34

 BTW David BOYD of Barn & Co. Meath of 1 pt & Isaiah BREAKEY of Dereyand Parish Aghnamullen, Co. Monaghan of other pt. 70a of townland Mehan in Parish Aghnamullen Barony Cremorne, Co. Monaghan … WITNESS: Lancelot WEIR of Castle Baldwin Co. Sligo Linen draer & William BECK & William BREAKY of Drumskelt Co. Monaghan Linen Draper. Isaiah BREAKY [SEAL]

x

305

55

200458

BREAKY

Monaghan

 

KERR-BREAKEY  1768-1776

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

Deed reference 305 55 200457/8 Boyd to Boyd.19/4/1774; 6/5/1774.  Isaiah BREAKEY of Derryard, Parish of Aughnamullen. Witness William BREAKEY of Drumskelt, linen draper.

Image 34

x

305

108

201096

BAGENAL, Beauchamp

 

1774 Jul 1

Image 61

BTW Beauchamp BAGENAL of Dunleekory Co. Carlow Esq of 1 pt & William ELLIOT of Rathcrogue Gent of other pt. … lives of Thomas ELLIOT only son of William ELLIOT & Bartholomew & Caleb BARNES …

 

305

132

201225

JACKSON, Anne

Dublin; Tipperary

1774 Jul 12

CROSBY Book Index 1768-1776

Ann JACKSON, widow of Swords, Co. Dublin out of natural love and affection to Daniel CROSBY, Brazier of City of Dublin made over to him 2 houses and land in Pill Lane, Oxmantown, County Dublin, for residue of term of 90 years. Rev. William NOWLAND of Tipperary, Co. Tipperary deeded the property to Richard CONSTANT, Stone Cutter of Tipperary, Co. Tipperary 18 Feb 1725, when the plot contained a ruinous Tenement, since replaced with 2 new dwelling houses. Dawn. NOTE: She may have been Ann JACKSON orse BAALFE, and her husband may have been the Hen