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These notes are the result of dozens of visits to Dublin’s Deeds Registry, and more recently thanks to the scans available at Family Search.. If you notice mistakes, I really do appreciate being informed. I can be quite blind to my own errors, and do appreciate being able to make corrections.
Sharon Oddie Brown. February 20, 2019
Updated December 31, 2022. Updated: May 28, 2023 Updated: February 7, 2024

Books 31-75 Memorials of Deeds
The shading in certain cells is idiosyncratic. It is there just to jog my own memory. 

Added in 2022

Added in 2023

 

Bk

Pg

Deed

Key Names

County

Date

Transcription and Notes

X

31

5

17296

 

Sligo

 

BURTON – DRAPER

The Mill…

Several Houses Gardens & Plotts of Land In Castle Street

Several Houses Gardens & Plotts of Land In High Street

Houses Gardens & Plotts of Land In Ratcliffe Street

Robt Burke Tho Short Custom House and Houses Gardens & Plotts of Ground In How Street

Houses Gardens & Plotts of Ground In Bridge Street

Houses & Gardens In Back Lane

Houses Gardens & Plotts of Ground In Holburn Street

Houses Gardens & Plotts of Ground In Stephen’s Street

165

31

11

17308

FREND, Benjamin

Kings

1718 Jan 23

Beryl Eustace wills

FREND, BENJAMIN, Ballyrehy, King's Co. 23 Jan. 1718. Narrate, 1£ p., 1 Dec. 1720. Wife Bridget Frend als. Kynaston. Son John Frend. Son Benjamin Daughter Ann Frend. Daughters Catherine, Hannah and Mary" His son and daughter Ogilvie." Granddaughter Bridget Ogilvie- Uncles Peter Padfield, Thomas Padfield and Edward Padfield. Testator's Aunt Scott. Testator's brother and sister Cuff. " Brother Jonathan Darby and Jonathan his son." Thos. TYDD, Knockarly, King's Co., gent., and Jon. Scott, Emell, said Co., gent., trustees. Mary, wife of said Thomas TYDD. Ralph Newman, Dennis and Frances Carroll, Godfrey Boate, Esq., Richard Scott, Angell Scott, Jonas Percy, Jon. Baldwin and his wife, Thos. Pranck, William MINCHIN, Esq., Benjamin Talbot and William Talbot his son, Jon. KENT. Esq. Ballyrehy, King's Co. Rathurd, Donaghmore, Rulagh in the county of the city of Limerick. Boskill, Knockanegh and Temple Michael, Co. Limerick. Gorteenshingane, Clonakenny, Ballynamoe and Lisduff [situation not mentioned]. Woods in King's Co. and Co. Tipperary. £10 to churchwardens of Dunkerrin parish for repair of church, £5 to poor. Witnesses : Nichol. Morres, Lattragh, Co. Tipperary, gent., Wm. Gabbett, Cahirline, Co. Limerick, Esq., John Dobbs, Ballyrehy, King's Co., yeoman. Memorial witnessed by: Richard Gason, Ballycommon, Co. Tipperary, gent., John Cowley. 31, 11, 17308. John Scott (seal)

 

31

55

18163

SALE

Queens

Dublin

1721 Mar 8

 

1699 Jul 30

Image 36

BTW Dunan CUMYNG Dr of Physic of 1st pt & Dudly COSBY of Stradbally Queens Co. Esq of 2nd pt & John PAGE of City of Dublin Alderman of 3rd pt. … Reciting Dudly COSBY, John SALE & Samuel FREEMAN leased lands of Timachoe [Timahoe, Parish Fossy or Timahoe, Barony of Cullenagh, Co. Laois], Barony of Cullmagh, Queen's County, for residue of term of 99 years to Duncan CUMYNG

 

31

75

18242

JACKSON, Ambrose

Cork

1715 May 1

Richard HARRISON Carpenter of City of Cork demised to John HARRISON Gent of Castlelyons, Co. Cork a piece of ground with dwelling house on the East Marsh of the City of Cork formerly called Bowling Green Marsh, said premises in possession of Ambrose JACKSON. John HARRISON and his heirs hold the premises for 993 years. Dawn

 

31

89

18279

PUREFOY, William

Kings

1717 Nov 8

Image 54

BTW Robert WILTON of Purefoy’s Place Kings Co. Gent of 1st pt Samuel LOW of Clannerill, Kings Co. Esq & Hugh WILTON of Raheen, Co. Kildare Esq. of 2nd pt & George LOW of Ballylackinin Kings Co. Esq of 3rd pt. Reciting lease 14 Jan 1695 btw Thomas Duke of Wharton & Lucy Duchesse of Wharton Rt Hon Thomas WHARTON Esq.  … lands in Co. Meath … lands in Westmeath … and reciting that William PUREFOY of Purefoy’s Place 13 Feb 1716 demised to Robert WILTON all townlands of Purefoy’s Place including lands on north-east side of River  224a … for natural life of William PUREFOY … marriage to be held btw Robert WILTON & Mary LOW one of the daughters of George LOW

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree

 

31

120

18377

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1721 May 16

JACKSON-FORSTER 1708-1738

Deed 31 Mar 1721 between Mary SMITH widow & relict of John SMITH late of Kevin Street, Co. Dublin Gent. Deceased. John LANGLEY of City of Dublin, Merchant [?] Nicholle widow & relict of John NICHOLLE late of Great Forrat, Co. Dublin Gent deceased. The Rev. John JACKSON of Clonshagh Co. Dublin, Clerk .... to John JACKSON part of town and lands of Clanasnaugh, Parish of Santry, Barony of Coolock, Co. Dublin (long complicated deed). SEE: JACKSONs of Santry (and Derbyshire).

 

31

129

18411

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1721 May 12

Deed of Indenture. Mary ALLASON, widow & executor of John ALLASON deceased of 1st pt leased to Thomas KIRKWOOD, & Samuel ALLASON both Merchants, City of Dublin of 2nd pt premises and ground on Capell Street demised to John ALLASON by Isaac POLLARD for 98 years. This property was included in the marriage articles of Isabella Whiteside ALLASON and Joseph ALLASON, son of Mary ALLASON, both deceased. Should Mary ALLASON die, the rent will go to Mary Allason TUMOR and Elinor ALLASON, daughters of Isabella Whiteside ALLASON and Joseph ALLASON & the only issue of them. WITNESSES: Thomas JACKSON, Gent; Olivia DARBY & James MOORE, all of Dublin. Dawn

 

31

131

18421

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1721 May 20

JACKSON-WHITE 1708-1738

Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin carpenter of the one part & Eliz WHITE of sd. County, spinster reciting lease of 3 April 1711 by Oliver TALLANT, Esq., to sd. Richard JACKSON of “all that part and parcel of ground in Bell Ally in Golden Lane in suburb of Dublin” whereon two ruinous or waste houses then were containing in length from North to South 42’ and from east to West  27’ bounded

 

31

147

18485

JOHNSTON, Richard

Monaghan

1721 May 5

JOHNSTON, Richard & ors- BARCLAY & ors 1708-29

Image 84

BTW Robert JOHNSTON of Corogary Co. Monaghan Gent Richard JOHNSTON & John JOHNSTON both of Cornewall, Co. Monaghan Gent & Hugh JACKSON of City of Dublin esq of 1 pt; Collin BARCLAY of Deryluck Co. Monaghan & John WILSON of Coothill Co. Cavan Gent of other pt.  Tripartite release btw Robert, Richard, John & Hugh JOHNSTON of 1 pt; Collin BARCLAY & John WILSON of 2nd pt; Mary JOHNSTON spinster & only daughter and heiress of Robert JOHNSTON of 3rd pt. Reciting that Robert JOHNSTON on 1 May 1703 settled Tate of Corgary and the half tate of Tonylample in Parish Currain, Co. Monaghan after his the said Robert JOHNSTON’s decease unto his nephew Joseph JOHNSTON and for default of issue unto Nephew Robert JOHNSTON and in defaut of issue to his nephew Richard JOHNSTON and in default of issue to his nephew John JOHNSTON and in default of issue to nephew Hugh JOHNSTON and reciting that Joseph & Robert JOHNSTON are both since dead without issue male and reciting that they had agreed to join with Robert JONNSTON to settle land on Mary JOHNSTON and her issue with a remainder over to Hugh JOHNSTON inconsideration of £150 … land sold to BARCLAY & WILSON. WITNESS: William BROWN Glasslough Co. Monagha Clerk & Joseph COLLGAN of City of Dublin Taylor.

17

31

164

18636

JACKSON, Martha & Thomas

Dublin

1717 Sep 9

LEESON-JACKSON

*Pages are incorrectly numbered; this is the second Page 164 in this book.

Image 108

Marriage to be solemnized between William LEESON, Distiller of City of Dublin and Martha JACKSON, daughter of Thomas JACKSON, Sadler of City of Dublin. William LEESON agreed 100 pounds would be taken from his goods and chattle in trust for Martha JACKSON, and in case of her death, the sum would be given to her children. WITNESSES: John EMERY & Matthew MAGEE. Dawn

 

31

 

172

18565

JACKSON, Nathaniel

Queens

1721 June 14

JACKSON-ADAIR1708-1738 Bk 71

Lease between Nath. JACKSON of Mountmellick, Queens Co., Merchant of the one part & Thomas ADAIR of Clonterry, Queens Co., Gent of the other. Land that was in the hand of Richard JACKSON, but now Nath JACKSON – tenement in Mountmellick. Mentions lives of Nath. Erasmus & Isaac JACKSON. Lease for 3 lives forever renewable. SEE: Quaker JACKSONs.

 

31

172

18663

McCULLA, William

Dublin

1721 Jun 26

Walter PETERS leased to William THWAITES garden ground late in the possession of William McCULLA on the west side of Drumcondra Lane, suburbs of Dublin, for 79 years. Dawn

 

31

172

18664

McCULLA, William

Dublin

1721 Jun 26

Walter PETERS leased to William THWAITES garden ground late in the possession of William McCULLA on the west side of Drumcondra Lane, bounded by White's Lane, for 79 years, suburbs of Dublin, for 79 years. Dawn

 

31

178

19337

JACKSON, Robert

 

 

Book Index 1708-1729 Error.

JACKSON In Bk 31, there is a 19336 and then a 19404 (which is for a Robert JACKSON) on pg 334. 19336 is for a Jeremiah VICARS of Chambre St.  Page 178 is at Image 115 – and there is no mention of JACKSON. See beneath for transcriptions of # 19336  & #19404 on pg 334

 

31

220

18826

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1720 Apr 2

RANDALL-McDONNELL

Indenture of Lease. Randall Rt Hon Earl of Antrim demised to Archibald McDONNELL, Gent of Ballynebantry [?] 4 Quarters of land in Attelicur?[probably Anticur, Parish Rasharkin, Barony Kilconway], Barony of Killconway, County Antrim, for 31 years. WITNESSES: William JACKSON Esq. of Coleraine, Co. Londonderry; Alexander McNAUGHTEN, Esq of Benverden [Benvardin, Parish Dunluce, Barony Dunluce Lower], Co. Antrim; Edmond KEATING, Gent of Berdeville [Beardiville, Parish Ballywillin, Barony Dunluce Lower], Co. Antrim & Charles SMITH.

 

31

260

261

18932

JACKSON, Robert

Queens

 

JACKSON-JACKSON Book Index 1708-1738

Robert JACKSON of the mill near Mountmellick, Queens Co., Farmer of the one part & Erasmus JACKSON of sd. Place. Farmer, son of Robert of the other. Sell and released “all that part of the dwelling house of the said Robert JACKSON called the old kitchen & all the rooms belonging to it with the work house lately built and the two stables next and adjoining to it then in the said Erasmus’ possession. (more description – if this proves out, I will pursue it). Mention of mill, mill pond etc. SEE: Quaker JACKSONs.

 

31

294

19139

JACKSON, Robert

JACKSON, Thomas

Queens

Dublin

1721 Sept 26

JACKSON-FORBES Book Index 1708-1729 Mountmellick, Garoon, Garrone, Parish Rosnallis,

A Memorial of two deeds of lease and one of release. One of the leases dated  22 Sept 1721 between Robert JACKSON of Mountmellick, Queens Co.  Gent of the one part  & Timothy FORBES of said City Merchant  of the other part  and the other lease dated 22 Sept 1721 made between Robert JACKSON and Thomas JACKSON of the City of Dublin, merchant of the one part and the said Timothy FORBES of the other part and the said release being Tripartate  23 Spt  between Robert JACKSON of the first part and Thomas JACKSON of the second part  & FOBES of the 3rd part confirming the sale to FORBES of the town and lands of Dunagh and Garoon containing by estimation 180 acres plantation measure and also 125 acres in Clonkeen formerly in the possession of Robert JACKSON  in the Parish of Rosenallis Barony of Tinahnch, Queens Co.  together with all the buildings orchards Gardens Lands and Tenaments Meadow Pastures Feedings Comons Comon of Pasture and all other appurtenances.  To hold for the natural lives of Nathanial JACKSON. Erasmus JACKSON and Isaac JACKSON sons of the said Robert JACKSON  [lots more] ... Lands of  Derrygile in Barony of Portnahinch and Queens Co.... delivered 25 Sept 1721. SEE: Quaker JACKSONs.

 

31

306

19177

JACKSON, Robert

Queens

1721 Sept 28

JACKSON-JACKSON Book Index 1708-1729 Mountmellick, Garoon, Garrone, Parish Rosnallis,

Deed of Lease and release dated 1 Aug 1718 between Robert JACKSON of Mountmellick, Queens Co. Farmer  of the one part and Erasmus JACKSON son of the said Robert JACKSON of Mountmellick, Queens Co. Merchant of the other part. .. Lands of Drinagh together with part of Garoon not set to Nathanial JACKSON & 6 acres of Cloneen now in William Parkers possession all of which said lands are now in possession of Erasmus JACKSON William PARKER, John NEAL & John BRACKLEY containing by estimation 120 acres in the Parish of Rosenallis, Queens Co. [description] .. during the natural life and lives of Nathanial JACKSON eldest son surviving to the said Robert JACKSON and Erasmus JACKSON part to above agreement and second son of Robert JACKSON & Isaac JACKSON 3rd son. Witnessed: Thomas CROASDAILE of Mountmellick Merchant, John SCOTT of said town & Thomas Byrne of Mountmellick Clothier. 27 Sept 1721. Also Thomas BOURNE SEE: Quaker JACKSONs.

 

31

323

19254

JACKSON, Robert

Queens

1721 Oct 11

JACKSON-GALE Book Index 1708-1729

Indenture of Lease and release 5th Oct 1721 between Robert JACKSON of Mountmellick and Benjamin GALE of the City of Dublin Esq of the other part. For £10 Jackson lease to GALE lands in Mountmellick [description] lives of Nathaniel, Erasmus & Isaac JACKSON. SEE: Quaker JACKSONs.

 

31

326

19261

HARDY, James

Armagh

1710 Aug 3

MADDEN-HARDY Dromart, Dromer, Dromnemadder, Derrycora, Manor Teemore

Image 191

btw Daniel MADDEN of Tandragee [Tanderagee, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion), Barony of Fews Lower], Co. Armagh Gent of 1 pt & James HARDY of Dromara, Co. Armagh Gent of the other pt. Madden demised to HARDY the townland of Dromat [NOTE: There are 3 townlands named Dromart – most likely Drumart, Parish Mullaghbrack (ONeilland West portion), Barony Orior Lower],now in actual possession of him in Manor of Tymore [see: [Teemore, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower], Co. Armagh containing 60 plantation acres  to hold to James HARDY for natural lives of Henry HUNTER & Nicholas HUNTER son of Henry HUNTER

NOTE: Elizabeth HARDY (abt 1700-aft 1730) of Dromat was the wife of William OLIVER of Ballynahone, Co. Armagh. Her father was James HARDY. SOURCE: A history found at Gilford Castle written by Eliza Oliver (1815-1903): William Oliver of Ballynahone (now Rookford) married Elizabeth Hardy of Drumad

SEE ALSO: ROD: 56-470-38744 MADDEN to CHARLETON. Aug 23, 1728.

 

31

334

19336

VICKERS

Dublin

1721 Oct 26

Image 195

BTW Hugh WREN of Crooked Staff in Liberties of Thomas Court and Donore near City of Dublin Tanner of 1 pt & Jeremiah VICKERS of Chambre Street, in Liberties of Thomas Court and Donore near City of Dublin Tanner of other pt. Reciting Jonathon GERRARD of Crooked Staff Brewer by his lease 21 Feb 1717 demised to Samuel NEAL of City of Dublin Currier the Tann Yard, Tann Batts, Barkhouse, Lime Pitts and other Conveniences in possession of Samuel NEALE as George ASTON Tanner held all in Crooked Staff … NEALE demised to Hugh WREN and Hugh WREN in consideration of £100 demised to Jeremiah VICARS. WITNESS: John LAMBE Clerke to William BARRY of City of Dublin.

NOTE: Jeremiah VICARS (?-aft1755) of Crooked Staff married Joyce JACKSON (1689-?) in 1707. She was the daughter of Robert JACKSON (?-1711) & Joyce SHAW. SEE: Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff - Descendants.

 

31

334

19404

JACKSON, Robert & Henry

Dublin

1721 Nov 8

JACKSON-MARTIN Book Index 1708-1729

Image 195

Memorandum or agreement bearing date of 24 Oct 1721 between Robert JACKSON of Woodtowne, Co. Meath Farmer and George MARTIN of the City of Dublin Doctor.. Robert JACKSON for £90 sold to George MARTIN his interest in the lands of Woodtowne. In presence of John RYAN of Dublin Gent. Henry JACKSON father of the said Robert JACKSON & John WILSON near Tallow, Co. Dublin Gent.

NOTE: There are several Woodtown townlands in Co. Meath, but this one is supposedly in Barony Ratoath, and it does not show there in contemporary records. In other records the townland of Woodtown is paired for sale with Newtown, B. Ratoath.

NOTE: Given the VICARS lease that precedes this, it is possible that there is a connection to Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff - Descendants.

 

31

379

19508

HANNA

Armagh

1714 Mar 17

GRAHAM-HANNA Outlack als

Outlarkon, [probably Outleckan, Parish Ballymyre, Barony Fews Upper] B Fews

Image 217

BTW Arthur GRAHAM of Ballyheridan [Ballyheridan, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Co. Armagh Gent of 1 pt & James HANNA of Outlack [Outlack, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower]  Co. Armagh Framer of other pt… demised to James HANNA that part of the townland of Outlack which is now in his possession abt 20a in Parish Armagh Barony Fewes for the natural life of Mary HANNA daughter to James HANNA abt 14 years of age & Alexander HANNA son to Alexander HANNA of Mullalahan [probably Mullyloughan, Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny]about 7 years of age and the survivor of them… payment 5 pounds to Arthur GRAHAM over and above Taxes etc together with two days work of Man & Horse and two Fat Hens by each dweller yearly residing on the demised premises or 12 pence in lieu of each days work of man and horse and 6 pence of each hen… WITNESS: James JOHNSTON of Knappagh [Knappagh, Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny], Robert McCAN of Armagh, James HANNA of Mullyloghan [probably Mullyloughan, Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny], all in Co.. Armagh Gents.

 

31

397

19577

BARKER will

Wicklow

Dublin

1721 Nov 10

Image 226 Mount Kennedy a plot of ground

Will of Richard BARKER late of Meath Street City of Dublin Gent deceased published 10 Nov 1721 with codicil … Lease of his dwelling house in Meath Street … out of this a bequest for his mother Mary BARKER widow during her life for her support, but she is not to intermeddle with the Principall and after her death the Principall and Interest devised to his nephew Richard FIELD and further to his said mother £10 to buy mourning and to defray of charge to her journey to her friends in England. 2ndly bequeath to his nephews and nieces Boyle FIELD James FIELD and Margaret FIELD £10 to put them in apprentice and the like sum of £10 to his niece Mary FIELD to be paid out immediately in setting her apprentice to some Mistress and to James FIELD and his wife £10 and to William DESBOROUGH and his wife £10 and to his nephew Richard FIELD a plot of ground in Mountkennedy Co. Wicklow subject to rent of 18d … and likewise to Richard FIELD a lease made btw Lord Blessington to George MORGAN of Blessington Co. Wicklow Innkeeper of lands called the Three Castles for three lives … £20 out of the rents to Margaret WHITE of Meath Street daughter to William WHITE lately deceased … Richard FIELD not to access funds until age 23 except for education needs … appointed friends Thomas HOW of Earl Street Dublin Merchant & Joseph FADE of the Glibb in Thomas Street Banker …

WITNESS: Vincent ROE of Dublin Dyer Paul HALPIN of same Surgeon & Thomas MEREFIELD of same Notary

197

31

400

19584

DAWSON

 

1708-1729

BAILIE, John-DAWSON

 

31

461

19961

MAXWELL

Armagh

1721 Dec 30

MAXWELL-NUTLEY

Image 260

BTW Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Hall [Crearum, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh], Co. Armagh of the 1 pt & Richard NUTLEY of City of Dublin Esq. of the other. Reciting that Robert MAXWELL stood possessed of several towns and lands of Crerrun als Fellows Hall Belteagh [possibly Balteagh Parish Seagoe, Barony Oneilland East], and Derreagh [probably Derryaugh, Parish Tartaraghan, Barony oOneilland West] in Co. Armagh by virtue of a lease made by the Provost & Fellows & Scholars of Trinity College near Dublin for term of 21 years from 1 Nov 1715 for rent of 30 pounds annually for townlands of Toaghy [possibly Tonnagh, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh - it was part of the ancient precinct of Toaghy], Killilea [Killylea, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh] Naul [Naul, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh] & Lisagally [Lissagally, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh], Cormeen [Cormeen, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh], Tullaghcallady [Tullycallidy, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh], Drumgare [Drumgar, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh], Derrenelea [probably Dernalea, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh], Bruttally [Brootally, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh] Drumcoulter [??], Lisdrumbroghlis [Lisdrumbrughas, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh], Killnegollan [possibly Ballynagolan, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh],    Killereeveeintragh [Kilcreevy Etra Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh] & Killereeeveeough [Kilcreevy Otra, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh] ] Co. Armagh by virtue of lease made by the Provost Fellows & Scholars of Trinity College for term of 21 years from 1 Nov 1718 for rent of 150 pounds the first 9 years and 280 pounds during the residue of said term… Witnessed that Robert MAXWELL in consideration of 1500 pounds to be paid to him in hand paid by the said Richard NUTLEY granted to NUTLEY the lands …WITNESS: Thomas DAWSON of Armagh, Co. Armagh; John GILLESPIE of Armagh, Co. Armagh Attorney & John ELLIOT of Fellows Hall.

18

31

486

23748

 

Monaghan

1708-1738

SCOTT-HOUSTON Book 43 (1708-1738) Corduffles

NOTE: It was in Bk 36.

17

32

47

18911

 

Dublin

1720 Dec 12

John HITCHCOCK of Dublin City Needlemaker & Elizabeth PLIVIS of Dublin City, wife of John HITCHCOCK both of 1st pt & William JACKSON of Kilmainham, Dublin, Tanner of 2nd part.. WITNESS: Jeremiah VICKERS of Chambers St., Donore, Dublin. Re: house next to JACKSON's house at Kilmainham, for 41 years.

NOTE: AKA Jeremiah VICARS husband of Joyce JACKSON. SEE: Crooked Staff JACKSONs.

 

32

56

18944

 

Antrim

1721 Apr 25

Land Index 1709-1738

Hurtltoote, Hurtletorte, Hungry Hall,

Hollywell farm, Hallywell farm.

Mr. BOYD’s will. Notes P. Crossley 1913.

Image 36

Will of John BOYD of Rathmore Gent leaves to son James BOYD freehold of Ballymacklehoile [Ballymacilhoyle, Parish Killead, Barony Massereene Lower] in Barony Massarene and is part of lease of Ballyrobert [Ballyrobert, Parish Templepatrick, Barony Belfast Lower] in Barony of Belfast  and his heirs and failing heirs equally among his children. He leaves his wife £25 annuity out of lands of Ballymacklehoile during her natural life during his son’s minority appoints his said son James … lease where he lived in Rathmore he leaves to Mr. John McDOWELL his son-in-law his lease of a quarter land of Cravery [?Creevery, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper]  in Dungilly [? Dunsilly, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper] he leaves to last daughter Elizabeth BOYD the equal half share of Hurkleloob [probably Hurtletoot, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper] and to his daughter Jane the other half. Appoints James CRAWFORD John McDOWELL and Alexander ADAIR executors. WITNESS: Alexander BROWN of Moydom Clerke Josias ENNIS of Rathbeg yeoman & Jams of Ballynoe Linen Draper all in Co. Antrim.

 

32

67

18971

JACKSON, Robert

Queens

1721 Aug 19

JACKSON-JACKSON Book Index 1708-1729

Memorial of a deed of assignment 14 July 1721 annexed to a lease dated 14 March 1709 made by William POLE to Robert JACKSON of Mountmellick in Queens Co. ... lands of Derryclony, Clonaghgally,  then in he possession of Robert JACKSON and his undertenants together with 219 acres of bog  for £100 granted to Thomas JACKSON City of Dublin, Merchant. For the lives of Nathaniel and Erasmus JACKSON sons of Robert JACKSON (NOTE: Isaac is missing off list of sons).  Witness Thomas Bolton SMITH  & Lawrence Maguinness COLLNER both of Mountmellick. Thomas JACKSON [SEAL] SEE: Quaker JACKSONs.

 

32

80

19017

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1721 Sep 1

JACKSON-STURGES Book Index 1708-1729

Dwellings in Marks Alley, Dublin.

William JACKSON City of Dublin, Baker of one part & Charles STURGES of Ballyrath Co. Dublin of other pt. … two dwelling houses situate in Marks Alley Dublin together with the yards and garden.

 

32

93

19056

JACKSON, Robert

Queens

1708-1738

JACKSON-FORBES Book Index 1708-1729

Robert JACKSON of Mountmellick SEE: Quaker JACKSONs.

 

32

148

19251

JACKSON, Nathaniel

 

1708-1738

JACKSON-GALE Book Index 1708-1729 SEE: Quaker JACKSONs.

 

 

32

178

19337

JACKSON, Robert

 

1708-1738

JACKSON-JACKSON SEE: Quaker JACKSONs.

 

32

178

19337

JACKSON, Robert

Queens

1721 Oct 27

Book Index 1708-1729

JACKSON WRONG # in index – but correct here.

Robert JACKSON of Mountmellick, Queens Co. Gent & Nathanial JACKSON of other part…. Lands in town of Mountmellick… SEE: Quaker JACKSONs.

 

32

240

19510

JACKSON, Adam

Dublin

1718 Aug 6

JACKSON-LEESON Book Index 1708-1729

Btw Peter Sharp jr of Templogue, Co of Dublin, FARMER & Adam JACKSON of Pimlico in the Liberty of Thomas & Donore, City of Dublin clothier  .... lands of Templogue that Adam JACKSON had demised to Hugh LEESON of City of Dublin, abt 20 acres. See: Jackson of Pimlico.

 

32

347

19927

JACKSON, Mary

OATES

Dublin

1721 Jan 21

Will of Enoch PALMER, City of Dublin, Founder.

Registry of Deeds, Abstracts of Wills mention of Samuel OATS. Enogh PALMER. Mary JACKSON, wife of Michael JACKSON & niece of Enoch PALMER 4 children Transcribed thanks to Dawn Lowe

NAMES: Enoch PALMER of Dublin; Sarah BOYTON; Mary JACKSON; Elizabeth MAKINGS; Enoch MAKINGS; Josia(s) JONES; Mt [Mr?] ARMSTRONG; William PALMER; Michael JACKSON; Mr. MEREDITH; Samuel PALMER; Ambrose BRUFF [BRUSS?]; Peter CILLARD; Michael BOYTON; James CLARK; Samuel OATES; John SMITH; Alexander McPHERSON; William PARRY. PLACES: St. Mary's Abbey, Dublin.

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32

466

20481

JACKSON, Michael

Dublin

1722 Apr 21

BOYTON-JACKSON Boot Lane

Michael BOYTON Feltmaker & Michael JACKSON Clothier demised coach house & stable in Oxmantown then in possession of Mrs. MARTIN  … see other related deeds. See: Jackson of Pimlico.

 

32

521

20774

Ruddock, James

Kings

1713 Jun 11

BURTON-RUDDOCK

Image 280

Benjamin BURTON of Clonaheen, Kings Co Farmer in consideration of £10  paid by James RUDDOCK … transfer of BURTON’s interest in lease of Clonaheen [?]… WITNESS: William HOWARD of Lepp [possibly Leap , Parish Aghancon, Barony Ballybritt,] Kings Co., Jeremiah CARTER of Shillrean [possibly Shinrone, Parish Shinrone, Barony Clonlisk] Kings Co. Smith

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JACKSON, James

Cork

1721 Nov 11

James JACKSON Gent Town of Bandon, Cork was a witness

 

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Londonderry

Dublin

Antrim

1721 Oct 31

BUNBURY-KENNEDY Bk 423  1708-1738 Londonderry & Coleraine

Image 310

Btw Walter BUNBURY City of Dublin Esq. & Dame Elizabeth IRWIN his wife of 1 pt. James KENNEDY of City of Dublin Esq. of other part…. Legal case & lands of Tun Tavern with Gardens and Stables in Blind Quay, Dublin…. 3 page deed … One House in Town of Coleraine

NOTE: A BUNBURY-JACKSON connection is through Rose JACKSON (1668-1738), daughter of William JACKSON and Sarah BERESFORD. She married Thomas BUNBURY.

 

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McCULLAGH

Dublin

1721 Oct 29

Occupant of Drumcondragh Lane. AnnChamney

 

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Longford

1721 May 20

NEWCOMEN-GORE

Image 342

BTW Sir Robert NEWCOMEN of Mosstown, Co. Longford & Arthur NEWCOMEN Esq. son & heir of Robert NEWCOMEN  of 1st pt. Lewis MEARES of City of Dublin Esq of 2nd pt & Robert FRENCH of City of Dublin Esq of 3rd pt & William GORE of Woodford Co. Esq of 4th pt. Reciting a fine was levied … [list of lands] Co. Longford … William GORE shall by sale or mortgage… raise any sum of money not exceeding £5,000 for satisfying and paying the debts of the said Robert NEWCOMEN and for raising portions and provisions for Sarah and Mary NEWCOMEN daughters of said Robert NEWCOMEN …

NOTE: Arthur NEWCOMEN married Sarah GORE daughter of William GORE of Woodford.

Image 509 1723 May 8

BTW Samuel WHITE of Knappagh, Co. Longford Gent of 1 pt & Hon George GORE Esq. one of the Justices of his Majesty’s Court of Common Pleas in Ireland of the other pt for £530 released to WHITE … lands in Barony Shruel, Co. Longford … WITNESS: William GORE of Woodford, Co. Leitrim & Lewis MEARES and Robert ECCLES of [City of] Dublin Gent.

 

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PALMER, Enock

 

 

PALMER-MEREDYTH

 

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JACKSON, Robert

England

1721 Feb 21

Witnessed by Robert JACKSON of Eymondisham, Bucks, England

 

 

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JACKSON, Michael

Dublin

1721 Feb 27

JACKSON-SWAN Book Index 1708-1738

Michael JACKSON clothier Dublin, exor of Enoch PALMER indented lease house in Brooke Lane [likely Boot Lane, Oxmantown] Dublin nickred

Enoch PALMER paying £480 and Michael JACKSON, a clothier & executor of Enoch PALMER making over annuity of £60 chargeable on properties in Cos Lowth, Meath, Westmeath & Dublin, including Rathmullen, Sheepgrange, Donore, various impropriate tythes, etc. Annuity for life of Enoch PALMER. Sworn 23 Dec 1721 SEE: Will of Enoch PALMER

 

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PUREFOY, James

Galway

Kings

1721 Nov 21

Image 480

BTW. James PUREFOY of Eyrecourt Co. Gallway Esq & Mary PUREFOY eldest daughter of 1 pt. & Edward TAYLOR of Derrymullen Kings Co. Gent and John TAYLOR only son of said Edward TAYLOR of other pt. In consideration of marriage bwt John TAYLOR & Mary PUREFOY convey one half of moiety of lease of Clonad and Baltinamadough Kings Co. during the continuance of the lease including the corn mill and land belonging on lands of Derrymullin… WITNESS: William SPRIGG of Clonavoe Kings Co. Esq. and Charles NORTON of Clonsast Kings Co. Gent & William PUREFOY of Eyrescourt Gent & Lucy PUREFOY of same spinster.

NOTE: James PUREFOY of Portneakelly Co. Galway esq.  will dated March 1722 proved 3 Nov 1725.  Wife Mary, Children: Lucy, William, Margaret & Mary wife of John TAYLOR. SOURCE: Bethams.

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree.

 

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GORE, Arthur

Dublin

Kilkenny

1716 Sep 13

Image 481

BTW Arthur GORE of City of Dublin of 1 pt & Geroge St. GEORGE of Woodsgift, Co. Kilkenny Esq. of the other pt. … lives of George St. GEORGE & Rev. Dr. Arthur St. GEORGE & Richard St. GEORGE all brothers

 

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BROWNE

Cork

1710 Jul 12

BROWNE, Richard-his will NOTES in 2009 diary. 1708-1729

Richard BROWNE late of Coolecoween, Parish of Co. Corke ... lands of Coolecour Maglass Dundarrick Brahane Moychosker & Lackmaloe, Barony of Muskery, Co. Cork to wife, Mary BROWNE.

 

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JACKSON, Ambrose & James

Cork

1719 May 28

BROWNE-JACKSON NOTES in 2009 diary.1708-1729

Image 518

Samuel BROWNE of Bandonbridge, Co. Cork, cordwinder ... house and garden on north side of River Bandon adjoining orchard belonging to Ambrose JACKSON of City of Cork, merchant now in possession of James JACKSON of Bandon, merchant ... death of Samuel BROWNE & Anne his wife, father & mother of Samuel BROWNE & death of John BROWNE brother of Samuel BROWNE … Samuel BROWNE paid him and his mother Anne BROWNE by James JACKSON of Bandon Merchant … James JACKSON [SEAL]

 

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JACKSON, Henry & James

Cork

1721 Feb 1

JACKSON-DAVIES –BEAMISH Book Index 1708-1738

Image 518

Reciting James JACKSON of Bandon, merchant & Abraham DAVIS of Bandon, Co. Cork stand jointly bound unto William REYCROFT of same town 22 Apr 1720 ... House orchard & premises [the land is not identified] WITNESS: John LANON of Bandon; William REYCROFT of Bandon, Cooper. James JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: Look at other deeds to determine the relationship of Henry JACKSON who is not mentioned in the deed, but was named in the index.

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JACKSON, Thomas

Kildare

 

Book Index 1708-1729

MICKLE & ors see #20772 See beneath

 

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 JACKSON, Thomas

Kildare

1722, May 30

JACKSON-MICKLE-WYLY

Alexander WYLY of Gilltown [Gilltown, Parish Gilltown, Barony South Naas], Co. Kildare farmer of the first part & Samuel MICKLE of Timahoe [Timahoe East  and/or Timahoe West, Parish Timahoe, Barony Clane] in Co. Kildare farmer of the second part & Robert WYLY of the same place (Timahoe in Co. Kildare ) of the third part, James MILLER of the same place of the fourth part, Samuel MILLER of the same place (Timahoe in Co. Kildare) of the fifth part, John MILLHOUSE of the same place (Timahoe in Co. Kildare ) farmer of the sixth part, Thomas JACKSON of the same place (Timahoe in Co. Kildare ) farmer of the seventh part reaching a lease dated on or about the 23rd  day of June 1704 from Robert CURTIS Gent to Theobald ROURKE Esq. & Richard AYLMER Gent. Of all the towns and lands of Timahoe and Gilltown aforesaid and situate in the County of Kildare for 51 years .... at the yearly rent of [pounds] 264.5.7 ... John MACKEY hath assigned all his right and interest in the said lands and premises unto the said Thomas JACKSON ... in the presence of Richard ROGERS of Belgin near Drogheda, Gent. Lawrence FITZGERALD of Wingate in Co. Kildare & Richard AYLMER of Ballenfagh, Co. Kildare & by said Thomas JACKSON in presence of Dennis HANLON[?] of Gilltown, County Kildare.

NOTE: Timahoe West borders these townlands:

·         Coolcarrigan to the south

·         Corduff to the east

·         Drehid to the west [Parish of Ardkill, Barony CarburySEE: Jacksons of Ballygibbon, Co. Kildare NOTE: Ballygibbon is close to the parishes of Ardkill and Tomahoe, where there were JACKSONs in the early 1700s. A link is likely. It is also about 8 miles from Drehid, Co. Kildare where one line of the Quaker JACKSONs lived - Second line of Quaker JACKSONs in Kings Co. This tree starts with Nicholas Jackson of Seathwaite, Lancashire. His grandson John JACKSON was born 1703 in Ballinolarbin, King's Co., and a grand-daughter, Mary JACKSON, was born in Timahoe, Barony of Clane, Co. Kildare. They emigrated to America and intermarried with members of the previous Quaker tree from the same region.

·         Kilkeaskin to the west

·         Loughnacush to the west

·         Parsonstown to the west [see: JACKSONs of Sierkieran.]

·         Timahoe East to the east

 

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Sligo

 

BURTON – KING The Mill…

Several Houses Gardens & Plotts of Land In Castle Street

Several Houses Gardens & Plotts of Land In High Street

Houses Gardens & Plotts of Land In Ratcliffe Street

Robt Burke Tho Short Custom House and Houses Gardens & Plotts of Ground In How Street

Houses Gardens & Plotts of Ground In Bridge Street

Houses & Gardens In Back Lane

Houses Gardens & Plotts of Ground In Holburn Street

Houses Gardens & Plotts of Ground In Stephen’s Street

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JACKSON, Margaret

Dublin

1722 Jun 2

Witness: Margaret JACKSON of Rings End

Parcel of ground adj to holdings of C, part of Gordan's land [4a 2r 20p] reserving 2r 2p; 1 close of land [1r] part of Rose's land; 1 close park or piece of ground part of Parson's freehold [1a 20p] in Hoy's(?) Park; and 1 parcel of lane in the Galls [1a 1r 6p] all in Crumlin, from A to B for 24 years from 25 March last @ £2 ster per acre yearly rent from Walter PURCELL to Garrett TENCH.

 

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McCLELAN

Armagh

1713 Jul 25

FANE-McCLELAN Clohoge

Image 538

BTW Charles FANE of Bassledon Co. Birks, Kingdom of England Esq. of 1 pt & William McCLELAND of Drominure [Druminure, Parish Ballymore Barony Orior Lower] in parish of Ballymore Co. Armagh Yeoman of the other pt. … demised lands of Drominure 73a 2r 23p and another parcel of land part Cloghoge [probablyCloghoge, Parish Ballymore Barony Orior Lower] containing 73a 2r 21p. in Mannor of Cleare Co. Armagh and now in the possession of said William McCLELON (his name is spelled 3 different ways in the memorial)… for lives of John McCLELAN Alexander McCLELAN and Elizabeth McCLELAN sons and daughter of said William McCLELLAN … WITNESS: Matthew CONNOR City of Dublin, Bryan FFEARAN of Tavanivall [possiblyTavanagh, Parish Drumcree, Barony of Oneilland West] Co. Armagh & James PIERS of Tandragee [Tanderagee, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion), Barony of Fews Lower,] Co. Armagh

 

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20973

LAWSON

Armagh

1719 Sep 5

MATHERS & LAWSON Turf Leave Crossmacagrly 1708-1738

Image 551

BTW Kewan MATHERS of Lylo, parish of Sego Co. Armagh Gent of 1 pt & Thomas LAWSON of Killmarearly [possibly Kilmagamish] parish Dromcree [Drumcree ] Co. Armagh farmer of other pt. ‘’’ tenement called the Sheep Park or field and Grove joining to same Thomas MATHERS House and Garden and the House and Garden formerly belonging to Mary SMITH and Henry DILLON’s House and Garden and the said Grove and Sheep field joining to Balyhannon [Ballyhannon, Parish Seagoe, Barony Oneilland East] with moss leave for firing for fireplace out of the Moss of Crossmacagrly [probably Crossmacahilly, Parish Seagoe, Barony Oneilland East] for three fireplaces … more detail.

 

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WALKER

Dublin

1722 May 18

BROWNLOW-WALKER 1708-1729

Image 561

James BROWNLOW of City of Dublin, Gent; James THOMPSON of The Strand Dublin Ship carpenter and Edward DALTON of City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt & Chamberlaine WALKER of City of Dublin Knight…Elinor THOMPSON widow & executrix of last will and testament of Richard THOMPSON perukemaker deceased…

 

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JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1721 Jul 18

JACKSON-MALONE Book Index 1708-1738

Image 22

Between Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & Edmund MALONE. Of sd City Esq. of other pt. – rent of a messuage in Church St. joining in the north and northwest part thereof by the great large Messuage of Col Theophilus JONES containing one dwelling house wherein the said Richard Jackson and his family and after him Col GODBY lately dwelt. Also one yard brewhouse  and stable in the said yard next adjoining to the said dwelling house and the use of the fixt Copper Panns and other fixt goods in in the said dwelling house... WITNESS: John ANDERSON of City of Dublin & Francis REYNOLDS Drawer in the Fountain Tavern in Christ Church Lane Richards ARCHDEACON & Michael CANNON servant to Edward MALONE [no SEAL mentioned]

NOTE: Based on description in ROD: 97-409- 68933, this was land known as Young’s Castle.

Mike Stewart added to my notes: For consids Richard JACKSON unto Edmund MALONE of messuage in Church street, Dublin city, lately lived in by Richard JACKSON & his family, then by Col GODBY, adjacent to messuage of Col Theophilis JONES + one yard, 1 brewhouse & stable for 31 yrs - from 17 July 1721 at £24 payable half yearly. WITNESSES: John Anderson, Apothecary of Dublin City; Francis RAYNOLDS, Drawer of Fountain Tavern, Christ Church Lane; Richard ARCHDEKON [Archdeacon?]; Michael CANNON, servant to Edmund MALONE.

 

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Sligo

 

WYNNE – WARDE 1:3 [?] Issuing out of some Houses Grounds in Back Lane

Several Parks of [Kells?] of ground and houses

[Tho?] [John?] [?]oms & Duty Office Fairs and Marketts

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JACKSON, George

Waterford

1721 Feb 4

WALLIS-CORKER

JACKSON George Esq Glanbeg Co. Waterford ... marriage of George WALLIS Elizabeth WALLIS; Inshymore, Cloghboarove to Geo WALLIS; Geo WALLIS can charge Lisnabrin and other lands £60 pa for widow ...and Richard CROCKER & George JACKSON shall hold last... Barony of Beer & Bantry for residue of term.

 

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CHARLETON

 

1708-1729

ANTRIM Earl- CHARLTON

 

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JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1701 Apr 21

REG

1722 Jun 22

GAGE et al – MONTGOMERY. Book Index 1708-1729

Image 93

Tripartite deed dated April 1, 1701: John HILL of Calmore [Calmore, Parish Kilcronaghan, Barony Loughinsholin], Co. Londonderry, Gent of 1st pt; Samuel HILL, Calmore & Mary his wife both since dec’d of 2nd part & Wm GAGE of Garvaghy [Garvagh , Parish Errigal, Barony Coleraine] in sd county since dec’d of 3rd part; and of another indenture Feb 17, 1706 made btw said John HILL and Samuel of the 1 pt & William GAGE of the other part … several lands (not listed) in the quinpartite deed were mortgaged to William GAGE for security of £400 … subject to a rent charge to be paid to said John HILL during his life …

Samuel HILL borrowed £150.13 and £20 from William GAGE and £150 pounds from William JACKSON of Tobermore, Co. Londonderry Gent.  And for securing the payment obliged William GAGE 28 Dec 1703  … The loan from William JACKSON dated 27th July 1706.  … Court of Common Pleas 27 Jan 1706  the penalty of £300.. in two separate instalments … Thomas GAGE of Ballymarghy [probably Bellymargy [Baile an Mhargaidh aka Bellarena, Parish Magilligan, Barony Keenaght] , son of William GAGE … equity descended to Rowly HILL of Calmore Esq. son & heir of Samuel and Mary HILL…Robert GAGE Rector of Aghadowey [Parish Aghadowey, Barony Coleraine] Clke & Robert BACON of Magiligan [Parish Magilligan, Barony Keenaght] both of Co. Londonderry Gents … Feb 9, 1720 btw Thomas GAGE of 1st pt; William MONTGOMERY of 2nd pt; Rowley HILL of 3rd pt; Robert GAGE and Robert BACON of 4th pt & said William JACKSON of 5th pt. sold lands in his actual possession to MONTGOMERY including: Bally[more?] [??] [????] Carrnargie [??], Ballyreagh [Ballyreagh, Parish of Ballywillin, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine] in Co. Londonderry & the quarter land of [???lle] Co. Antrim … term of 99 years …£711 …WITNESS: John GAGE of Aghadowey. Co. Londonderry & James GAGE of same. Memorial WITNESS: William LAW of Coleraine Gent & James GAGE of Aghadowey.

The premises SEE: Jacksons of Tobermore.

 

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JACKSON, Cath & ors

Dublin

Meath

1720 Sep 25

JACKSON-ROCHE Book Index 1708-1738

 A 3 page lease. Tripartite deed of settlement Katherine KENT als WILLIAMS als JACKSON als GRAHAM, widow of Alexander KENT.... Richard ROCHE of City of Dublin Esq. & others..... 600 pounds ... lands in Macetown...abt 100 acres.... Painestown [Painestown, Macetown, Barony Skreen], formerly the lands of Theophilus JONES... Eliz CONLEY als CHEEVER, term of 500 years.[This is very long lease & I couldn’t capture all of it. Lots of CHENEY details] Between Katherine KENT als WILLIAMS als JACKSON als GRAHAM, widow relict of Alexander KENT dec. Andrew Francis CHENEY of Macetowne Co. Meath & Mary CHENEY his wife, daughter of the sd. Katherine of the first part

SEE ALSO: ROD: 27-373-17455 for more details.

 

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JACKSON, Norton, Ann, John, George

Cork

Waterford

1715 Apr 2

HOARE-JACKSON

Image 172

BTW Sarah HOARE, widow and relict of Edward HOARE on death of Edward HOARE, Gent and Alderman, late of Cork deceased of 1 pt & Norton JACKSON Gent of Ballydangin [Ballindangan, Parish Ballydeloughy, Barony Fermoy] , Cork of other pt. Reciting  that Edward HOARE by indenture 21 Dec 1705  conveyed towns of Ballyshane als Johnstown containing three plowlands in Barony of Fermoy Co. Cork to use of Edward & Sarah HOARE during their lives … Under dower rights Sarah HOARE was in possession of Ballyshane als Johnstowne in Fermoy (ba) Cork [3 plowlands], conveyed sd lands to Norton JACKSON Gent of Ballydangin [Ballindangan, Parish Ballydeloughy, Barony Fermoy] , Cork for lives of Edward HOARE and Sarah HOARE  Norton JACKSON, Ann JACKSON daughter of Norton JACKSON and John JACKSON son of George JACKSON of Glanbeg Co. Waterford at £25 yrly rent. WITNESSES: George STRODE, REG; Berkely TAYLOR Esq. of Ballynacroe,; William COGHLAN, Tailor of Killatty,, Cork, Gent of Cork City. Norton JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: Norton JACKSON was likely a son of John JACKSON (abt 1647-?0 of Glanbeg & Ballyduffe, and his wife Anne NORTON. SEE: Jacksons of Waterford & Cork

SEE ALSO: Curwens Solicitors Ref. IE CCCA/U708. Cork and County Archives

22 Apr 1715 Type: Lease. Parties: Abraham Dickson, Gent of Ballybrickan, County of Corke; Norton Jackson, Gent of Ballydangin, County of Corke. Property: One full half of the town and lands of Ballyshane, also Johnstown, County of Corke, situated near Glanworth, with appurtenances. Conditions: Yearly rent of £75. Witnesses etc. Anne Jackson, daughter of Norton Jackson; John Jackson, son of George Jackson, of Glanbeg, County of Waterford; William Coghalan & Bartholomew

 

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 JACKSON, George

Limerick

1722 Nov 17

JACKSON-NORRIS Book Index 1708-1729

1715: Sir Thomas SOUTHWELL, Bart. to William NORRIS, Gent of Limerick City & George JACKSON, Merchant of Limerick City as surveyed by Mr. Samuel BROSTERS, south quarter of Singland for 99 yrs from 1 May then past + south park of Cloynoe for 31 years from 1 May then past, [in total 176 acres profitable & 4a 2r 11p Bogg] situated in S. Libertys of Limerick City, at 18s. per acre profitable. Now, George JACKSON unto William NORRIS for 5s. his rights in sd premises from 1 May 1716.WITNESSES: George COLEPOYS, Merchant of Limerick City; George WRIGHT, Clothier of Limerick City; Thomas MASON, Gent of Limerick City; John INGRAM, Gent of Limerick City. Registrars: Edward WIGHT & John VINCENT. Thanks to Mike Stewart.

 

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PUREFOY, James

Kings

Galway

1722 Nov 5

Image 215

BTW John EYRE of Eyre Court, Co. Galway Esq. of 1 pt Peter HOLMES of Gillin Kings Co. Esq. & Frederick FRENCH [TRENCH?] of Garbally, Co. Galway Esq of other pt. Tripartite btw said John EYRE of Eyrecourt of 1st pt; Rt. Hon Ann [PLUNKETT] Baroness Dowager of Lowth the Honorable Charles PLUNKETT Esq son & heir of the said Lowth of 2nd pt.; Peter HOMES and Frederick FRENCH of 3rd pt. John EYRE in consideration of a marriage btw him and Rose EYRE als PLUNKETT his then wife – marriage portion £3,000 confirmed to Peter HOLMES and Frederick FRENCH townlands etc [long list of townlands in Co. Galway

WITNESS: William REVELL [REVETT?] of Eyrecourt;Clerk James PUREFOY of Eyrecourt, Co. Galway, Gent & Thomas LEDGITT

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree.

 

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JACKSON

Kildare

1722 Nov 29

Robert [FITZGERALD] Earl of Kildare to John JACKSON of Athy, Co. Kildare, Farmer of Dug house next to market place at Athy + one other house backside and Garden in Athy bound by holdings of Charles CAVANAGH & Richard ELLIS, all in possession of John JACKSON, to hold for lives of Jacob JACKSON son of John JACKSON; John JACKSON, son of John JACKSON and Sarah JACKSON, wife of John JACKSON at £12 yrly rent. REGISTRAR: Bruen WORTHINGTON; WITNESSES: Boyle SPENCER, Gent (servant to FITZGERALD?]; Patrick ROCHE, Gent of Athy, Co. Kildare; Will DEVITT, Gent of Co. Kildare. Thanks to Mike Stewart.

 

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PUREFOY, Elizabeth

Kings

1711 Dec 6

Image 241

BTW Elizabeth PUREFOY of City of Dublin widow of 1 pt & Walter PURCELL of Ballynowland, Kings Co. of the other pt. Elizabeth PUREFOY demised to Walter PURCELL townland of Ballynowland formerly held by John NELSON 91a and NELSON’s part of Kilcumber containing 11a 1r 24p in Purefoy’s Place Kings Co. … description of boundaries …

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree.

 

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JACKSON

Dublin

1722 Jan 10

piece of ground on Cork Street, Liberty of Donore, bound on east by other grounds to Jacob POOLE by Thomas WESTON; on north by garden of George CULLEN, from 29 Sept then last, for life of [Widow] SMITH; Hannah SMITH, daughter of widow SMITH; Michael SMITH, son of widow SMITH at £2 ster yrly rent, forever, £2 fine on fall of every life. Joseph JACKSON of Cork Street, Liberty of Donore, Dublin is the second party along with Jacob POOLE. REGISTRAR: Bruen WORTHINGTON; WITNESS: William BARRY.

Thanks to Mike Stewart.

 

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Armagh

1722 Dec 14

ECHLIN-LUCAS Brutally 1708-1738

Image 247

BTW Charles ECHLIN of Arquin Co. Down Esq. of 1 pt & Francis LUCAS of City of Dublin of other pt. In consideration of £1,200 townlands of: Tohaghey [possibly Tonnagh, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh - it was part of the ancient precinct of Toaghy] Killelea [Killylea, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh] Naul [Naul, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh] Lissegally [Lissagally, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh] Cormeen [Cormeen, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh], Tullicallidy [Tullycallidy, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh], Drumgare [Drumgar, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh], Derrinelia [probably Dernalea, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh] Brutally [Brootally, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh] Drumcoulter [??] Lisdrumbroghis [Lisdrumbrughas, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh] Kiligolan [possibly Ballynagolan, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh] Killcreevatragh, illcreeveeotragh[Kilcreevy Etra Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh] & Killereeeveeough [Kilcreevy Otra, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh]  In Co. Armagh … remains of 21 years reciting Provost of Fellows and Scholars of Trinity College near Dublin & Rev. Dr. Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Hall [Crearum, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh] … Brinston BUTLER … Thomas TAYLOR … … WITNESS: James WILSE clke to Bruen WORTHINGTON Public Notary City of Dublin Charles ECHLIN [SEAL]

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Kings

1711 Sep 27

PUREFOY-POWELL Parish Moylergh Bo Coolestown

Image 252

BTW Elizabeth PUREFOY of City of Dublin Widow of 1 pt & George POWELL of Clanbrone Kings Co. Farmer of the other pt. PUREFOY demised to POWELL 105a of Clonbrone in Manor of Purefoy’s Place alias Clonbutagh [aka Clonbulloge, Parish Clonsast] Kings Co. in occupation of Thomas SMALLHORN … [description]

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree.

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REED

Armagh

1722 Jan 12

REED TO HAMILTON & HAMILTON TO MORGAN Johnston: Dromorgan Mannor

Image 273

BTW Ann REED widow of James REED late of Town of Armagh, merchant deceased & sole executor of will of James REED of 1 pt; James HAMILTON of Bailyborogh Co Cavan Esq. of other pt. Reciting Robert HAMILTON of Dromon [probably Drumman, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower], Co Armagh Gent by mtg 28 Jan 1715 … to Simon ISAAC …

[SEE: 23-547-14387]

 

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JACKSON, Michael & wife

Dublin

1722 Apr 18

JACKSON-BOYTON Book Index 1708-1729

Michael JACKSON of Pimlicoe in the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore Co Dublin, Clothier & Mary JACKSON als MEEKING [MEEKINGS or MECKINGS?] his wife of the 1st part; Michael BOYTON of the City of Dublin Feltmaker of the other. leased house late in the possession of Enoch PALMER late of the City Founder, dec’d and then in possession of Samuel SWAN Tallow Chandler... incl malthouse situate in Boot lane Oxmantown, Dublin

The following is added thanks to Michael Stewart:

Michael JACKSON of Pimlicoe in the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore Co Dublin, Clothier  & Mary JACKSON als MEEKING [or MECKIN?] his wife to Michael BOYTON of the City of Dublin Feltmaker [or Slatmaker?] of one undivided 3rd pt of house late in poss. of Enoch PALMER late of the City Founder, dec’d now in poss. of Samuel SWAN Tallow Chandler with backside, garden formerly in poss of Francis GEOGHEGAN, then in poss. of CHAMBERS + malt house maltroom & backrooms with piece of ground being pt of Eunoch PALMER's garden, situate behind house built by Enoch PALMER & in poss of Richard FERRAL + Stable & coach house in poss of Mr. MARTIN, all in Boot Lane in Oxmantown, Dublin, subj to £30 being 2/3 rent & subj to £12 or 2/3 rent to J during his life. See: Jackson of Pimlico. NOTE: The wife of Michael JACKSON was Mary McCRACKEN.

 

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JACKSON, Nathaniel

Queens

1708-1738

JACKSON-LOFTUS Bk 71 Book Index 1708-1729

A Lease and release bwteen Nathaniel JACKSON Gent of Mountmellick, Queens Co. and Edward LOFTUS of Grange, Co. Kildare. Corn mills with parcel of land on south side of river coming from Drinagh + custom of grinding all corn malt or other grains of all tenants in manor of Mountmellick for lives of Nathaniel JACKSON, Gent of Mountmellick, Queens Co. Son & heir of Robert JACKSON Erasmus JACKSON & Isaac JACKSON. It recites an earlier lease dated 1697 btw Rt. Hon Arthur LOFTUS and Robert JACKSON. Simon HALL was also mentioned. WITNESSES: Roley HILL of Dublin City & Benjamin OWEN Chaplain to Arthur LOFTUS. SEE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland. Thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

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Sligo

 

BURTON – LINDSEY The Mill…

Several Houses Gardens & Plotts of Land In Castle Street

Several Houses Gardens & Plotts of Land In High Street

Houses Gardens & Plotts of Land In Ratcliffe Street

Robt Burke Tho Short Custom House and Houses Gardens & Plotts of Ground In How Street

Houses Gardens & Plotts of Ground In Bridge Street

Houses & Gardens In Back Lane

Houses Gardens & Plotts of Ground In Holburn Street

Houses Gardens & Plotts of Ground In Stephen’s Street

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1708-1738

PEDLOW-FEARON Ballylish

 

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141

21515

JOHNSTON

Armagh

1722 Aug 28

JOHNSTON-ACHESON Book 1 (1708-1738) Lislooney [Lisloony, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny]., Glassdromin [Glasdrumman, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], B Tiraney

Marriage: William son of Sir George JOHNSTON of Ballynemetagh [possibly Ballynamenagh North or Cummingstown, Parish Ballymoney, Barony Dunluce Upper], Co Antrim & Henrietta Sophia ACHESON sister of Sir Arthur ACHESON.

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DAWSON, John

Monaghan

1718 Sep 5

DAWSON, John-MAXWELL 1708-1729

Between John DAWSON of Annagh, Co. Cavan Gent for consideration mentioned to John MAXWELL land known as Carson and the half tate Monage, Parish of Imabrish, Barony of Dartry, Co. Monaghan. Occupied by Robert MOORE.

 

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JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin & Carlow

1722 Nov 25

Thomas Bunbury (the elder) and Rose BUNBURY (nee JACKSON) P1 selling Ardristin [Ardristan, Parish Ardristan, Barony Rathvilly], 974a, By Rathvilly, Co Carlow. Thomas BUNBURY the Younger, son & heir. Thomas JACKSON of Dublin of 4th pt. to Henry BERKELEY of Adristin, Co. Carlow. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

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Kings

xxx

WATSON-NEAL

Clancashin, Cloncassen, Clonmore. Bo Coolestowne

Image 516

Thomas WATSON of Derrygarran [Derrygarran, Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown] Kings Co. Farmer of 1st pt & Samuel NEAL [ka Samuel NEALE]of City of Dublin Currier of 2nd pt & Mary NEAL daughter of Samuel O’NEIL of 3rd pt. Reciting Thomas NEIL annuity for Mary NEAL payable out of lands of Derrygarren of a moiety of lands of Claneachin [probably Cloncassan, Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown] in Kings Co. Marriage intended btw Thomas WATSON & Mary NEAL … WITNESS: H MACMAHON of City of Dublin Vintner & Thomas RINGWOOD of City of Dublin Gent. Memorial WITNESS: John CARTER of City of Dublin Gent

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23141

JACKSON, Oliver

Louth

1718 Mar 5

Oliver JACKSON, yeoman, of Drogheda, witness to marriage agreement of William OWENS, son of William OWENS, and Ann WETHERBY, daughter of Rev. John WETHERBY, rector of Shankill [Shankill], Dromore, Co. Armagh. Stonehouse

NOTE: Oliver JACKSON (bef 1694-1722) married Catherine OWENS, daughter of Simon OWENS. William OWENS may be her brother. SEE: JACKSONs of Enniscoe and Carramore, Co. Mayo.

 

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23147

JACKSON, John

Tipperary

1722 Feb 8

JACKSON-TEW Book Index 1708-1729

John JACKSON, Dealer of Roscrea, Co. Tipperary of the 1st part  to David TEW, merchant of Dublin City of 2nd pt of plot of ground in Roscrea where forge of S. HIND formerly stood, being pt of John QUIN's holdings + adjoining yard bound by holdings of Tim BRIDGE, John BOHANAN [TOHANAN?] & Roger BOHANAN [TOHANAN] Public Notary of Dublin and formerly of Thomas LARGE + garden "Glonagowe" [1 1/2 acre plantation measure] for 500 years to be fully completed, at 1 peppercorn yrly rent if demanded, redeemable on repayment of £12.17s.9p ster + lawful interest.

 

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JACKSON, Edward

Waterford

Cork

1716 May 19

JACKSON-NORCOTT Book Index 1708-1729

Edward JACKSON of Buttevant, Co Cork, Gent & Wm NORTHCOTT, Gent of City of Cork. Reciting that the Rt Honorable Frances Lady Viscountess Dowager Lanesborough by lease dated Apr 27, 1713 demised to Edward JACKSON and Richard ROWLAND town and lands called the Farm of Buttevant containing 226 acres  2 roods 1 perch English measure and way more acreages all situate in the Barony of Orrary & Kilmore, Co Cork. For 61 years from May 1, 1713 at yearly rent of 500 pounds & Richard ROWLAND transferred all his right to Edward JACKSON & the said Edward JACKSON for the consideration of 700 pounds transferred it to William NORCOTT. Witness: High LAWTON of City of Cork, merch; George JACKSON of Glanbegg, Co. Waterford, Gent & Benj JOHNSTON, public notary.

Thanks to Michael Stewart for the following:

for £700, Edward JACKSON of Buttevant, Co Cork, Gent made over leases to sd lands (granted by Hon Lady Viscountess Dowager Frances LANESBOROUGH), to Wm NORTHCOTT, Gent of City of Cork to hold for remainder of term. Lands included: farm of Buttevant [226a2r31p]; West Doher Serab? [614a2r31p]; East Doher Serab? 325a3r32p]; Cragganes [261a3r33p]; Knockbarry [243a1r17p]; Chotlefarm? 134a1r24p]; lands of south farm on east side of water. James BROWNE & Lawrence MEAGRES drew map of farm of Buttevant. Richard ROWLAND by endorsement on back of lease 22Apr1713 transferred his rights to lands granted to Richard ROWLAND & Edward JACKSON by Hon Lady Viscountess Dowager Frances LANESBOROUGH unto Edward JACKSON.  Nicholas LYSAGHT was the justice present. WITNESSES: Hugh LAUGHTON, Merchant of Cork City; George JACKSON Gent of Glanbegg, Co. Waterford, Gent & Benj JOHNSTON, public notary.

 

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Sligo

 

WINGFIELD-ORMSBY

 

35

540

23629

PIPPARD

Drogheda

1718 Oct 27

ORSON-PIPARD Bk 71  1708-1738

Elizabeth ORSON, spinster Peter PIPPARD Merchant

 

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20865

JACKSON, George

Waterford

Cork

1721 May 8

JACKSON George Glanbeg, Co. Waterford. Roz McC

all unlet lands at Carryglass held by Sir Richard BOYLE, Youghall, Cork – lease May 31, 1614; Persis HEMES - 2nd wife of Thomas WALLIS junr.Issue: 7 children; Mrs. Elizabeth MEADE, Carryglass, Cork wife of Samuel MEADE, Gent, & daughter of late Thomas WALLIS junr, who died 1708.

Mrs. Ann MOORE Als WALLIS. Half-sister of Thomas WALLIS, junr & administratrix of his estate; Thomas MOORE Husband of Ann WALLIS & joint administrator of estate of Thomas WALLIS, junr.

Jane Ladyman bride - Issue: one son Thomas WALLIS who died unmarried. WITNESS: George JACKSON Glanbeg, Co. Waterford.

Additional notes by Michael Stewart:

Samuel MEADE, Gent of Curryglass, Cork & Elizabeth MEADE aka WALLIS, wife of Samuel for £212 st from E__ Persis WALLIS, aka HOLMES during her lifetime, for £180 from Henry WALLIS, Esq of Drifhane, Cork; guardian to George WALLIS in his minority & £100 from George WALLIS, made over to George WALLIS their one seventh share of 88 acres in Lisnabrin & part of Curryglass plus Curryglass known as Glangaura, COR. Referencing an earlier lease: 1595 88 acres in Lisnabrin & Curryglass, Cork. Also a deed: 1614 May 31 Richard BOYLE of Youghall, Co. Cork to Walter JONES, Sergeant of all unlet lands in parish of Mageelly & Templevally except the Lords woods & pt of Curryglass known as Glangaura, Cork for 500 years, the interest of sd lease came to Richard BOYLE. Thomas WALLIS & Jane LADYMAN had issue Thomas WALLIS who died unm, without issue, intestate. After death of Thomas WALLIS, the admin of his goods & chattels were committed to Anne MOORE, sister of Thomas WALLIS &Thomas MOORE, husband of Anne MOORE in trust for the brothers & sisters - children of Thomas WALLIS by E__ Persis WALLIS, aka HOLMES  /  Elizabeth MEADE. Samuel MEADE & Elizabeth MEADE aka WALLIS for £212 st from E__ Persis WALLIS, aka HOLMES during her lifetime, for £180 from Henry WALLIS & £100 from George WALLIS, made over to George WALLIS their one seventh share of 88 acres in Lisnabrin & part of Curryglass plus Curryglass known as Glangaura, COR WITNESSES: George JACKSON, Esq. of Glanbeg, Co. Waterford; Henry ANDREWS, Gent of Garradoon, Co. Waterford; Thomas MOORE, Gent of Creeg, Waterford; Daniel GIBBS, Gent of Cork City.

Notes thanks to Michael Stewart. SEE: JACKSONs of Waterford & Cork

 

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JACKSON

Armagh

1719 Dec 24

JACKSON-O’FEARON Samuel McADE & wife Elizabeth MEADE als WALLIS, Co Cork & George WALLIS Barkleys Farm

Curiously, in spite of the listing in the names index, there is no mention of JACKSON. Tonnyvalton [??], manor of Clare, Co Ardmagh: one part [34 acres, an other part 20a 2r 3p] + another part of BARKLEY's farm [10a 3r] from Roger FEARAN yeoman of Toneyvalton [possibly Tavanagh, Parish Drumcree, Barony of Oneilland West], Ardmagh to Bryan FEARAN from 1 Nov last at £7.5s.4p. p.a. money of Great Britain for term__ Thanks to Mike Stewart.

 

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Longford

 

GORE-GIBTON

 

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64

21253

JOHNSTON

Down

1722 May 8

JOHNSTON -JOHNSTON      1708-29

Richard JOHNSTON of Clonaghan Co Down & Richard JOHNSTON of Ballywillwill Co Down… not needed.

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21363

 

Armagh

1713 Jul 25

FANE-REED Corniscribe [Cornascreeb, Parish Kilmore (Lower Orior portion), Barony Orior Lower], Man Clare

1708-1738

Image 50

25th day of July in 12th year of the reign of our sovereign Lady Ann [1677?] 1713 BTW Charles FANE & James REED of Corniscribe [Cornascreeb, Parish Kilmore (Lower Orior portion), Barony Orior Lower], 110a 2r 14p in Manor of Clare, Co. Armagh for natural life of Thomas HENDERSON son of David HENDERSON of Corniscreebe & Margaret KING daughter of John KING of Tannaghmore [possibly Tannaghmore, Parish Mullaghbrack (ONeilland West portion), Barony Orior Upper],  Co. Armagh & Morgan JONES

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21412

 

Sligo

1721 Mar 9

WINGFIELD et al to GORE

WINGFIELD et al-GORE et al. Barony Carbury

Lissdall Levally

Lissadille Lysedill

Lavally als Lonally

Lorarrowdagh

Image 53

BTW Edward WINGFIELD of Powers Court Co. Wicklow Esq. & Arabella WINGFIELD his wife and Richard WINGFIELD his son and Heir of 1 pt & Rt Hon Ralph GORE, Bart Chancellor of his Majesty’s Court of Exchequer in Ireland and one of his Majesty’s most Honorable Privy Councill in the said Kingdom, The Hon William CAULFIELD Esq. One of the Justices of his Majesties Court of Kings Bench in Ireland and the Hon George GORE Esq one of the Justices of his Majesties Court of Common Pleas in Ireland of the other part.  … sexpartite deed of release .. 30 March btw Edward WINGFIELD Esq. & Arabella WINGFIELD his wife and Richard WINGFIELD his son of 1st pt The aforesaid Ralph GORE Bart William CAULFIELD & George GORE Esqs. Of the 2nd pt John FRENCH of French Park Co. Roscommon Esq & John USHER of City of Dublin of the 3rd pt Arthur GORE of Newtown Co. Mayo Bart & Arthur FRENCH of French Park Roscommon Esq. & William USHER of City of Dublin Esq. & Nehemiah DONNELLAN of City of Dublin Esq of the 4th pt Letitia USHER of City of Dublin Widow & relict & admin of William USHER late of City of Dublin Esq. deceased & mother & guardian of Dorothy USHER eldest daughter of the said William and Lettice USHER and the said Dorothy USHER then of the age of 19 of the 5th pt and Robert FRENCH of the City of Dublin Esq. of the 6th pt…. consideration of marriage btw Robert WINGFIELD and Dorothy USHER …£4.500  paid by Letitia USHER as marriage portion to Edward WINGFIELD & Richard WINGFIELD … Edward & Richard WINGFIELD granted to Ralph GORE Bart William CAULFIELD & George GORE Esq. lands in [many townlands listed in Co. Wicklow and also Muckduff [Muckduff, Parish Castleconnor, Barony Tireragh], Carrowcardine [Carrowcardin, Parish Castleconnor, Barony Tireragh], Dromovore,[??] Beartragh [Bartragh, Parish Castleconnor, Barony Tireragh], Skoremore [possibly Skreen More, Parish Skreen, Barony Tireragh]  als Cormore [possibly, Corkagh More, Parish Templeboy, Barony Tireragh], Carne [Carns, Parish Castleconnor, Barony Tireragh], Renroe [Rinroe, Parish Castleconnor, Barony Tireragh], Urlagh als Vicagh [??], Bonavillree als Bonanillrea [Bunnanilra, Parish Castleconnor, Barony Tireragh], Clonelongs als Clunelung [possibly Cloonslaun, Parish Kilmoremoy, Barony Tireragh], Castelboy als Cashelboy [Cashelboy, Parish Templeboy, Barony Tireragh] Cabraghkeele [Cabraghkeel, Parish Kilglass, Barony Tireragh], Carrowtrackie als Carrowantrickie [??], Coglerickoyle als Cyerickeyle [??],  on the East part of Clonelong InBreaghitagher als Breghirreagh [possibly Breaghwy, Parish Kilmoremoy, Barony Tireragh], Carrowolofing, Carronarle als Urlare [possibly Carrownurlar , Parish Castleconnor, Barony Tireragh or Carrownurlar, Parish Skreen, Barony Tireragh] part of Castleboy als Cashelboy [Cashelboy, Parish Templeboy, Barony Tireragh], Carrowanlaghnane [??],  Skibbolecarragh [Skibbolecorragh, Parish Skreen, Barony Tireragh], Cloonanae [possibly Clooneen, Parish Kilmacshalgan, Barony Tireragh], and the three acres field lying and being in Barony Tireragh [Tireragh] Co. Sligo and lands in Barony Gallen, Co. Mayo and Co. Wexford]  … earlier deed 12 April 1716 for lives … WITNESS; William PERCIVALL of City of Dublin Esq. Rev Edward SYNGE of St. Auden’s Parish City of Dublin Clerk Thomas CAULFIELD of City of Dublin Esq. Ralph BARKER and James HOWISON of City of Dublin Gents

NOTE: Several sources show the forename of Arabella WINGFIELD as either Ellen or Elinor. They also render the forename of Dorothy USHER as Anne USHER and the 2nd wife of Richard WINFIELD as Dorothy Beresford ROWLEY.

NOTE: Nehemiah Donnellan married Martha Ussher, daughter of Christopher Ussher and Martha Piggott, in March 1694. He held the office of Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas. SOURCE: thepeerage.com

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SMITH

 

Queens

Dublin

Meath

1722 Aug 16

Image 54

BTW Joseph SMITH of Ballintobber Queens Co. of 1 pt & Michael SMITH of Ballyneskea Co. Meath Gent eldest son of said Joseph SMITH of the other pt…. Joseph SMITH has demised to Michael SMITH lands of Ballykealy Barony Forth Co. Carlow 469a excepting a small plot of land called the Quakers Burial Place part of the lands of Ballykealy  …

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JACKSON, Daniel

Kildare

Queens

1722 Mar 3

BENNET-JACKSON

John BENNETT, Gent of Tyrenan [?], Queens Co. for £90 from Daniel JACKSON, Maulster of Athy, Co. Kildare assigns Daniel JACKSON £12 ster per year out of Coolgarah, Queens Co., until debt of £90 + int is repaid and for further security grants the lease to John BENNETT by Morely SANDERS, Esq together with counterpart of lease by John BENNET to John FITZPATRICK. WITNESSES: William BARKER, Perukemaker of Athy, Co. Kildare; Thomas BENNETT son of John BENNETT; John HIGGINS, Gent of Athy, Kildare; Thomas MOREFIELD notary of Dublin City.

NOTE: Morely SAUNDERS (1671-1737), Dr. of Law, of Saunders Grove, Co. Wicklow. See also: ROD: 4-83-853 and ROD: 26-325-15604 and ROD: 71-126-49467.

 

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21753

JACKSON, Norton

Cork Waterford

1715 Apr 22

DICKSON-JACKSON

Moiety or one full half of Ballyshane ats Johnstown near Glanworth for rents and considerations from Abraham DICKSON, Gent of Ballybricken, Cork to Norton JACKSON, Gent of Ballydangin, Cork from henceforth for life of Norton JACKSON, Anne JACKSON, daughter of Norton JACKSON; John JACKSON, son of George JACKSON of Glanbegg, Co. Waterford  paying £75 ster rent over & above taxes. WITNESSES: William DICKSON, Gent, late of Cork & William COGGIN, Merchant of Cork City; William COGHLAN, Gent of Cork City & Patrick HEALY, taylor of Killathy, Cork.

NOTE: I suspect that Norton JACKSON is a brother of George JACKSON, both sons of John JACKSON b. Abt 1647of Glanbeg and Ballyduff  and Anne NORTON . SEE: JACKSONs of Waterford & Cork

 

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21893

JACKSON, Robert

Tipperary

 

Witness, since deceased. DATE? Knockinglass,

 

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245

22166

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

Carlow

1722 Nov 26

BUNBURY-JACKSON

Thomas BUNBURY, Esq. of Choghner, Catherlogh [Carlow] & Thomas BUNBURY the younger, son & heir to Thomas JACKSON, Esq. of Dublin City, trustee & Franks BERNARD [aka Francis BERNARD], Gent of Clonmuske, Catherlogh [aka Carlow] £800 in trust. Thomas JACKSON & Frank BERNARD to invest to satisfy Thomas BUNBURY jr. during life of Thomas BUNBURY sr., such sums as lands of Cranavolan, Idrone, (Bar) Cath are insufficient to make up yrly rent charge of £100. Remaining interest to be pd to Thomas BUNBURY sr. and on his death to Rose BUNBURY [née JACKSON] & on her death the £800 + inter due to Thomas BUNBURY jr.  for life. For better securing rent charge, Thomas BUNBURY sr. to Thomas BUNBURY jr.  of sd rent charge out of sd lands during life of Thomas BUNBURY sr., with clause of distress in charge unpaid. REGISTRAR: Bruen WORTHINGTON. WITNESSES: James REILLY, Gent of Dublin City & Henry DIM, taylor of Dublin City.

Notes thanks to Michael Stewart. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

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22257

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1722 Dec 14

JACKSON-GLOVER Book Index 1708-1729

Image 146

Indenture of lease between Richard JACKSON of the City of Dublin Gent and Farmer GLOVER of the same City Esq. Of the other part. Whereas Richard JACKSON demised all that house or tenement where James ROBBIN lately dwelt situate in or near Kings Street in the suburbs of Dublin with the stable on the east side built by Samuel JACKSON Esq. Decd.  Also all that large Garden situate on the South Side of said Street and stable and also with the tenement on the east side of the said Garden and Liberty of Egress and Regress through the passage leading from King Street to the premises in as ample manner as the same were demised by the said Samuel JACKSON deceased to the said James ROBBINS. To hold to the said Farmer GLOVER from 29 Sept for the term of 50 years annual rent of £26. Witnessed Lewis JONES City of Dublin & John PURCELL now of the City of Corke Gent & William BARRY of City of Dublin.

NOTE: This is Richard JACKSON (1673-1730), nephew of Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706). SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

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22258

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1722 Dec 15

DIXON-JACKSON

Image 146

Mtg piece of ground on Barry St., Oxmantown + piece of ground in Whinrip Alley near Barry st., with 2 houses thereon, from Thomas DIXON, Mathematical Instruement Maker, exec'r of last will of William DIXON (Bricklayer, late of Dublin City, deceased) of Dublin city; to James JACKSON, Gent of Dublin City for £50 from henceforth during residue of terms of 71 and 60 yrs subject to redemption on repayment of £50, 15 March ensuing, piece of Ground in Barry St. Oxmantown containing in front to Barry St. 15’ and in back 15’ and in depth from Barry St northward 53 ‘and all that piece of land situate in Whinrip Alley near Barry St. containing in front Eastward to said Alley 19’ or thereabout and running backward westwards of same breadth 31’ as mentioned in 2 separate leases recited together with two Houses or Tenements on said premises built and all other Houses Edifaces Buildings and Improvements erected to said James JACKSON his heirs and assigns for residue of two several Terms of 71 years and 60 years …WITNESSES: Barry GORDON & Philip GIBSON, clerks to Samuel COTTON, Notary Public.

Notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

NOTE: Neither Whinrup nor Barry St. are mentioned in Dublin Street Names: Dated and Explained.  C.T. M’Cready. Hodges Figgis & Co. Dublin, 1892

 

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Sligo

 

Leicester et al to Telligan

1:3 [?] Issuing out of some Houses Grounds in Back Lane

[?] Parke of Kells of ground and houses

[Tho?] [John?] [?]oms & Duty Office Fairs and Marketts

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JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

Queens

1722 Nov 30

DUGGAN-JACKSON Garranemonley, Upper Ossary

Lease & release for £900 Francis DUGGAN, Esq of Ballygriffin, Co. Dublin unto Thomas JACKSON, Esq. of Dublin City forever of Ballygriffin, Coolock (bar.) Dublin [560 acres profitable plantation measure] + Castlewood Fermoyle Garranmaconty & Raheend in Queens Co. for life of And "his sons"; also Ballinstown [120 acres likewise] for life of Richard DUGGAN, Gent Charles DUGGAN, Gent & Thomas BANNS, Gent, subject to redemption 1 June 1723 and to sum of £27 twice yearly till sd sum is paid. WITNESSES: William RYVES, merchant of Dublin City; John HARVEY, servant to Chief Justice DOYNE; & Edward DELANEY.

Notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

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22749

JACKSON, George

Tipperary

1710 Apr 4

Robert COLE, Esq of Ballymacky, Co. Tipperary to George JACKSON, Farmer of Knockanglass, Co. Tipperary of Knockinglass + part of Ballymacky + part of Cappagh West all in Upper Ormond (Bar.) Tipperary, [539 acres plantation measure] formerly enjoyed by Captn William COATES for lives of George JACKSON, and his eldest son Robert JACKSON & George JACKSON, his 2nd son at £67.7s. Registrars: Jonas PERCY, Thomas FRANK & John JERVIS. WITNESSES: Thomas ANTISELL, Gent, then of Kellowning Tipperary now of Straghduff; Stephen ALLEN, Esq of Kellowning, Tipperary; Thomas TALBOTT, Gent of Clonegenagh [[probably Clonagannagh, Parish Dunkerrin, Barony Clonlisk],] Kings Co..

Notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

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23219

BROWNE

 

1708-1729

BINGHAM, Henry S. –BROWNE

 

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23597

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1723 Jun 20

DOWLING-JACKSON

Image 240

for £50 Patrick DOWLING, timber merchant of Dublin City to James JACKSON, Gent of Dublin City of plot of ground in Oxmantown near Dublin, bound on north by house wherein Joseph SOUTHERN, grantor, lately dwelt and lately lett to George DEESON; on south by Mr. NUGENT's holding; Drewhouse [brewhouse?] of Mr. READ on west, also brickhouse erected by Patrick DOWLING on sd land, henceforth for residue of term of 31 years granted by Joseph SOUTHERN to Patrick DOWLING, subject to redemption. William PARRY, Deputy Register. WITNESSES: Charles MEARES, Gent of Dublin Coty & William HARBORNE, clerk to Charles MEARES.

Notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

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SALE

Wicklow

 

Image 248

John SALE Esq. of Round Field, Barony Newcastle, Co. Wicklow 41ac pt Ballyhorsey being Knockmorrisbuey, Cross Fields, Lough Park, field adj Rabbit Park, Round Field, house in Ballyhorsey, barony Newcastle, co Wicklow. [see v.37 p.513 23686 and v.65 46602] Abstract made by: SW

 

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486

23748

 

Monaghan

1721 Oct 10

SCOTT-HOUSTON Book 43 (1708-1738) Corduffles

Image 255

BTW George SCOTT of Boagh, Co. Monaghan Gent of 1 pt & John HOUSTON of Castle Stewart, Co. Tyrone Esq. & John BARLOW of Aghnamullagh Co. Monaghan Esq. of other pt. …  Elizabeth HOUSTON … WITNESS: James STEWART of Killymoon Co. Tyrone Esq, John BOYD jun of Stewartstown Gent; William SCOTT of Town of Monaghan… Samuel CLOSE Rector of Donagheury.

 

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23759

McCULLAGH

Antrim

Armagh

1723 Jul 9

McCULLOUGH-AGNEW 1708-1738 Ballyvallen; Glassdrumenagh, B.Fews; Lissary, Lissanny, B. Fews; Mongeleagh, B Fews; Rackland, B Fews

Image 257

Indenture Tripartite btw James McCULLOCH of Grogan [Groggan, Parish of Drummaul, in the Barony of Toome Upper], Co Antrim Gent & William McCULLOCH his son of the one pt & Patrick AGNEW of Killwagter [probably Parish Kilwaughter, Barony Glenarm Upper]. John SHAW of Bush [Bush, Parish of Antrim, in the Barony of Antrim Upper] Gent Clotworthy UPTON of Castle Upton [in village Templepatrick, Templepatrick, Parish Templepatrick, Barony Belfast Upper] & John SHAW of Antrim gent in said Co. of the 2nd pt Margaret SHAW of Ballygelly [Ballygelly, Parish Racavan, Barony Antrim Lower] Co Antrim relict & widow of William SHAW late of Ballygally Gent deceased & Dorothy Beresford SHAW spinster her daughter of the 3rd pt whereby the said James and William McCULLAGH in consideration of a marriage to be had between the said William McCULLAGH and the said Dorothy Beresford SHAW… granted part of the lands of Rackland [possibly – based on proximity to other townlands mentioned - Rathkeelan, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] cont 23 A 14P in townland of Crekyrer [possibly Creevekeeran Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] 205A 14 P in Lissary als Lissawry [either Lissaraw Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper or Lissaraw, Parish Killevy (Upper Orior portion), Barony Orior Upper] 80A in Cornecery  [probably Carnally, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], 71 A in Carrickeinony [Carrickamone, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper],  109A in Mongcleagh [Monaguillagh, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper],  86 A in Glassdrumenagh [Glasdrummond, Parish Kilclooney (Lower Fews portion), Barony of Fews Lower], 86A 1R 12P in Camlagh [Camly (Macullagh), Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper.] 3577A 2R cont 77A in Barony of Fewes Co Armagh… and all the said James McCULLAGH’s right title… and also the townlands of Ballygrogan Ballydunnall [Ballydunmaul, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper] Ballynelenulla [probably Ballynamullan or Ballynamullan (part of), Parish Duneane, Barony Toome Upper] Moneyrod [Moneyrod , Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper] Ballydonnellan[probably Ballydonnelly, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper] Itragh and the half town land of Cloo [possibly Clonboy] and the Corn mill and mills standing in Derryhullagh [Derryhollagh, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper] & Ballymatoskerty [Ballymatoskerty, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper], with the grist thereto belonging lying in the Barony of Toom & Co Antrim… WITNESS: James STEVENSON of Killeleagh, Co. Down, John McCULLAGH of Randlestown [Randalstown, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper] , Co. Antrim James BLAIR of Blairmount [aka Killyglen, Parish Grange of Killyglen, Barony Glenarm Upper], Esq. Co. Antrim

SEE: ROD: 552-307-366363 Will of Mary Ellen JACKSON otherwise BLAIR of Blairmount Co Antrim 1795 Feb 10 to infant daughter on undivided moiety of lands of Killiglen otherwise Blairmount… lands of Deaines & Dromain &  Loughduff all in Co. Antrim…aunt Mary HOW otherwise STANNI

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Cavan

1708-1739

MAXWELL-STEUART Enagh, Castlerahan Civil Parish, Barony of Castlerahan

 

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16

21244

JACKSON, Michael

Dublin

1722 Jul 4

WINREY-JACKSON

John WHINREY, Stone Cutter of Dublin City to Michael JACKSON, Gent of Dublin City of piece of ground in possession of Michael JACKSON 13 feet in breadth on back of Abby street lying contiguous to ground of John WHINREY, from 25 Mar then last past, for 51 and a half yrs at 7 shillings 6 pence yrly rent. William PARRY, Registrar. WITNESSES: John BRIGGS, Stonecutter of Dublin City & John SMITH, Public Notary of Dublin City. Alexander McPHERSON, clerk to John SMITH.

Notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

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1708-1738

FANE-TROTTER Ballylisk - WHITESIDEs farm

 

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21365

 

Armagh

1708-1738

FANE-HENDERSON Corniscribe [Cornascreeb, Parish Kilmore (Lower Orior portion), Barony Orior Lower], Man Clare

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74

21441

GILL

Carlow

Dublin

1722 Aug 17

Image 335

BTW Joseph SMITH of Ballintobber Queens Co. Gent of 1 pt & Elizabeth GILL of City of Dublin widow of the other … in consid of £130 pd by Elizabeth GILL… lands of Ballykealy in Barony Forth Co. Carlow 460a for natural lives of said [Thomas] SMITH & Michael SMITH…

NOTE: Ballykelly was a Quaker Burying Ground.

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21459

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1722 Aug 20

JACKSON-SCHULDHAM Book Index 1708-1729

Rev. William JACKSON

NAMES: John USHER of Dublin; Rev. William JACKSON; Rt. Rev. Dr. William MORETON, Lord Bishop of Meath; Dame Mary JONES; Edward SCHULDHAM; William BARTON of Thomastown, Co Louth; Michael SCRIVENS; John KEARNEY; John MOFFITT; Richard TERRY; Registrar: William PARRY.

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JACKSON, Joseph

Dublin

1722 Jan 11

JACKSON-GILL Book Index 1708-1729

Joseph JACKSON, Cork Street, Liberty of Donore, Dubin, weaver

NAMES: Joseph JACKSON; Joseph GILL; Mr. POWER; Thomas WESTON; Jacob POOLE; George CULLIN; Rebecca SMITH; Michael SMITH; Michael SMITH jr.; Hannah SMITH; Joseph ROSE; William BARRY; Bruen WORTHINGTON. PLACES: Cork St, & Earl St. both in the Liberty of Donore, Co. Dublin.

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22180

PUREFOY, William

Kings

Dublin

1722 Dec 11

DELAUNE

Image 413

BTW Rev Thomas BUSH of Monasteroris Kings Co. Clk of 1 pt; Gideon DELAUNE of City of Dublin Gent of other pt. Tripartite release btw Thomas BUSH of 1st pt; Gideon DELAUNE of 2nd pt & William PUREFOY of City of Dublin Esq & Anna Maria NELSON of City of Dublin Widow executors of last will of John NELSON late of City of Dublin Gent deceased of 3rd pt. Reciting that John NELSON deceased by deed 11 Dec 1718 granted to Thomas BUSH & heirs lands of James BANTIN in Kilmanloge 33a & a moiety of Sir William KINGs and Richard WALLER Eq retrenchment in Fanmore 52a & moiety of George BLUNDELL’s retrenchment containing 74a a moiety of Capt John EVERs retrenchment in Brackragh and Kilcloncorkery 52a & moiety of retrenched lands of Killaghan all in Barony Coolestown Kings Co. to hold to Thomas BUSH … with consent of William PUREFOY & Anna Maria NELSON … WITNESS: Joseph HARRISON of City of Dublin Gent & George SPIKE City of Dublin Painter Stainer & William BARRY of City of Dublin … Rev John GIBBIN of Faghty Kings Co. Clerk …

NOTE: Could this William PUREFOY be the one who married Martha DELAWN and was a son of Gameliel PUREFOY (165901707) and Elizabeth ABELL (1650-1712)?

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree.

 

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BROWNE

 

1708-1729

BINGHAM, Henry S. –BROWNE

 

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330

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CONLY

Drogheda

1722 Mar 8 

CONLY Ignatius – CURTIS

Btw Robert & Ignatious CONLY of Town of Drogheda, merchants & George CURTIS of City of Dublin, merchant… payment owed to George CURTIS… lands west st Drogheda.

 

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406

23233

GORE

Longford

 

WHITE-GORE

Image 509 1723 May 8

BTW Samuel WHITE of Knappagh, Co. Longford Gent of 1 pt & Hon George GORE Esq. one of the Justices of his Majesty’s Court of Common Pleas in Ireland of the other pt for £530 released to WHITE … lands in Barony Shruel, Co. Longford … WITNESS: William GORE of Woodford, Co. Leitrim & Lewis MEARES and Robert ECCLES of [City of] Dublin Gent.

 

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MAXWELL

Armagh

1720 May 25

MAXWELL-LUCAS Brutally

Image 532

BTW Rev Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Hall, [Crearum, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh] Co. Antrim [sic] of 1 pt & Francis LUCAS of City of Dublin of other pt. … assigns by Provost Fellows and Scholars of Trinity College Dublin to said Robert MAXWELL … towns of Drumbuchis [probably Lisdrumbrughas, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh], Kegolan Killereeveogh [possibly Kilcreevy Otra, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh]  [?..} Drumebultry [??] Tullacallide [Tullycallidy, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh], Carmeen [Cormeen, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh], Drumgare [Drumgar, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh],  Drumeleagh als Drumile [??] Bruttally [Brootally, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh] Naule [Naul, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh] Killole [[Killylea, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh]] and Lisgally [Lissagally, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh], containing 2,797a in Toaghy, Co. Armagh. … Francis LUCAS declared that part of principal was money of Anne KOAN of City of Dublin widow & £400 was proper money of Brinsley BUTLER of City of Dublin Esq. and the remaining £200 was proper money of Sir Thomas TAYLOR … cancelling mortgage of said Robert MAXWELL and Charles ECHLIN of Arquin, Co. Down Esq.

SEE ALSO ROD: 41-461-19961

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TIPPING

 

1708-1729

CLEMENTS, Theophilus-TIPPING 

 

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1708-1738

LEE?-THOMPSON Ballbagh

 

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23603

DAWSON

Monaghan

Armagh

1722 Mar 19

DAWSON-SCOTT Book 43 (1708-1738) Laragh

1708-1738

1708-1729

Thomas DAWSON, Esq. grantor & life of Ardmagh unto William SCOTT, Gent, of Liscall, Co. Monaghan tate of Liscall in Fearney (bar), Co. Monaghan and a Dalls (?) Grass in tate of Laragh adjoining except pt of tate of Liscall demised by Thomas DAWSON to John DUFFY, James PATTON [?] & Edmond DUNNAGH, from 5 May preceding date of lease during lives of Thomas DAWSON, Mary DAWSON, wife of Thomas DAWSON; &Walter DAWSON, 2nd son of Thomas DAWSON at £34 p.a. WITNESSSES: Sarah MARTIN of Ardmagh; Chappell DAWSON, Gent of Ardmagh & John SCOTT, Gent of Ardmagh. Notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

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JACKSON?

Drogheda

1722 Dec 7

ORSON-PIPARD Bk 71

1708-1738 [No mention of JACKSON.]

Piece of ground on south side of West Street in Drogheda (51 feet) in possession of Christopher St. George PIPPARD was granted 24 Oct 1718 by Elizabeth ORSON, spinster of town & Co. Of Drogheda to Henry PIPPARD for 31 years from 25 March ending in 1749 at £5 ster; endorsed 7 December 1722 by Henry PIPPARD unto Henry ACKLAND, Carpenter of town & Co,. Drogheda. OTHER: Christopher FIZGERALD, Merchant. WITNESSES: John WILSON, Gent of Drogheda; John GODFREY, Merchant of Drogheda. Notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

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 JACKSON, George

Tipperary

1721 Mar 1

SADLIER Co. Tipperary Book Index 1708-1729

for £575 ster to Thomas SMITH, Gent of Ballingarry, Co. Tipperary; co-executor of will of Robert JACKSON; George JACKSON, Gent of Knockanglass, Co. Tipperary; co-executor of will of Robert JACKSON; & Francis BIDOLPH of Rathrobin [Rathrobin, Parish Killoughy, Barony Ballyboy], Kings Co.; co-executor of will of Robert JACKSON; as pd by Charles SADLIER by direction and appointment of Stephen ALLEN, Thomas SMITH George JACKSON & Francis BIDOLPH did grant Charles SADLIER Garranmore & Ballycarrane, Co. Tipperary [214 acres plantation measure] as granted by Stephen ALLEN to Ann RIGGS, widow of Riggsdale, Cork by mtg 25 &27 April 1713 for £400 and afterwards assigned by Ann RIGGS to Robert JACKSON. WITNESSES: William SINNOTT & William DEVALL. Notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

NOTE: A later Anne RIGGS Married a William JACKSON of Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow.

 

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McCULLAGH, William

Dublin

1723 Jul 30

WITNESS: William McCULLAGH, merchant of Dublin. Notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

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24145

 

Dublin

1723 May 10

BARRY-CONNOR

Henry BARRY, Lord Baron of Santry, grantee to Joan CONNOR, widow of Dublin City of __? in Skinner Row, then in possession of Joan CONNOR, bound on east by house of Samuel FAIRBROTHER, plus adjoining shop within passage from Christ church lane to City close, now in possession of Simon ANYON, as granted by Dean NONE, Dean & Chapter of Cathedral Ch of Holy Trinity, Dublin, to hold from 25 Mar last past for 31 years at £36 ster. WITNESSES: Charles CAMPBELL, Esq. of Dublin City; William COLVILLE, Clerk to Charles CAMPBELL; William SHAW, Gent of Dublin City; William HAWCETT [William FAWCETT ?], Clerk to Charles CAMPBELL. Notes thanks to Michael Stewart. NOTE: Simon ANYON’s properties close to those of Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706) on Fishamble Street.

 

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WADDELL

Monaghan

1711 Nov 12

WADDELL-WADDELL Book 43 (1708-1738) Corduffles

Of Co. Down & Monaghan. NOTE: See also Memorial # 50239

 

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71

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COULTER

Louth

1723 May 16

WOODS-COULTER. (TI Bk 71) 1708-1738

Registered: 1723 May 16

Whereas Michael WOODS of Dundalk, Co Louth, Innholder stands justly indebted to Alexander COULTER of Dundalk in a bond of 132 pounds & 65 pounds interest... have transferred over one parchment leaf made between James Lord Viscount of the one part and Michael Woods of the other part for his now dwelling house...descr...dwelling house and backside Witnesses: Stephen MARMION,  Neil KELLY & Alexander COULTER all of Dundalk. Gents. Thomas COULTER son & executor and legatee of Alex COULTER

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Wicklow

1711 Jan 11

Arthur EMERSON-FENTON

Image 45

878a Barony Talbotstown.

 

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JACKSON, James

Cork

1722 Mar 21

JACKSON-TANNER Book Index 1708-1729

Image 68

BTW James JACKSON of Bandon, Co. Corke merchant of 1 pt & Johnathan TANNER of Bendan aforesaid (note different spellings) Merchant of other pt. For townland Linscombe, Co. Corke. Whereas 25 May 1720 Hon Richard Earl of Cork [?] Burlington let to James JACKSON tenement called Linscombs landons a small meadow containing about 2a in possession of said James JACKSON in Cork, Co. Cork with barns outhouses etc for natural life of Henry BALDWIN son of Henry BALDWIN of Mossgrove Co. Cork Thomas REYCRAFT only son of William REYCRAFT of Bandon clothier & Jonathon TANNER only son of Jonathon TANNER party to aforesaid deed.

 

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MONTGOMERY

Meath

1723 Jul 2

Image 84

BTW Robert MONTGOMERY of Anarea Co. Meath to Richard EDGEWORTH of Edgeworthstown Co. Longford … messuage in Edgeworthstown wherein Richard ROACH Innholder formerly dwelt…

 

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GORE

Wicklow

Dublin

1723 Jul 27

Image 111

Lease btw John SALE of Co. Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & Lathum DOHERTY of City of Dublin Esq. of the other pt. Release tripartite btw Richard WARBURTON of City of Dublin Esq. of 1st pt the said John SALE of 2nd pt and the said Lathum DOHERTY of 3rd pt … reciting for lives renewable dated 15 Sept 1709 made by Sir Richard KENNEDY of Mount Kennedy Co. Wicklow Bart & Dame Katherine KENNEDY his wife to John SALE for lives of Humphry MATHEWS of Finny Park Co. Wicklow Esq & Edward SALE and Robert SALE sons of the said John SALE …

NOTE: Newtown Mount Kennedy, Parish Upper Newcastle, Barony Newcastle,

Kennedy Demesne, Parish of Upper Newcastle, in the Barony of Newcastle

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Kings

Galway

1723 Aug 5

FRENCH-USSHER

Clonsast Bo Cooleystowne

Image 131

BTW Frederick FRENCH of City of Dublin Esq of 1 pt & John USSHER of City of Dublin Esq of other pt. Tripartite release BTW Frederick FRENCH of 1st pt & Richard GEERING of City of Dublin Esq & Rev John FRENCH Dean of Raphoe  of 2nd pt  & John USSHER of 3rd pt. [Many lands elsewhere] & 366a of Clonsast, [either Clonsast Lower or Clonsast Upper, Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown], Barony Coolestowne, Kings Co. to hold to John USSHER

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24239

JACKSON, Rev. Peter

Louth

1721 Sep 22

Will of William BARTON, Thomastown, Co. Louth. Esq deceased.  Will dated 1721 Sep 22.  Bequest to Benjamin BURTON [sic] and Francis HARRISON Eq of Dublin WITNESS: Thomas FORTESCUE of Dromiskin, Co. Louth. John FOSTER of Dunleer, Co. Louth Rev. Boyle TRAVERS of Strabannon; & Rev. Peter JACKSON, Killincoole, Co. Louth, Clerk.

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JACKSON, Elizabeth

Dublin

1723 Oct 30

Henry ASTON, Esq. of Dublin City Grantor to Elizabeth JACKSON, widow of Dublin, grantee of house "Flying Horse Inn" stables yard on south side of Temple Barr St Andrew's parish, Dublin city Suburbs, then in possession of Elizabeth JACKSON, adjoining holdings of Ambrose LANCE of Mr. KELLY, for lives of Samuel & Henry SANDWITH & Thomas JACKSON for ever, renewable, at £30 for first 7 years, £35 for next 7 years & £40 after.

 

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JACKSON, Erasmus

Queens

1723 Nov 2

JACKSON-RUSSELL Book Index 1708-1729

This would be Isaac JACKSON of the Old Mills Mountmellick the son of Robert JACKSON leasing the lands of Drinagh & Garoon not under lease to his brother Nathaniel to John RUSSELL of  Ballydavid Tipperary.  SEE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

 

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JACKSON

Queens

 

JACKSON-? The book number is a guess – it may be 39 or 40 Garoon, Garrone, Parish Rosnallis, SEE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

 

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OLIVER

Armagh

1723 Nov 23

JOHNSTON TO OLIVER have this deed Lissannill, Liscony

Image 219.

NAMES: George JOHNSTON of Ballynameta [Ballynameta, aka Wood Park, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny,]; William OLIVER of Lislooney [Lisloony, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny].; William SCOTT; and Francis SCOTT of Killlalea [Probably Killylea, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh], Parish of Tynan; John SCOTT of Armagh City; John HAMILTON; J.A. MANSON. OTHER PLACES: Enagh.
Given how early this Deed is, it may connect to the William OLIVER of Mullitur. The Deed is between George JOHNSTON of “Ballynameta” also known as Wood Park, situated in the Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh and William OLIVER of Lislooney (also in the Parish of Tynan). It is likely significant that a century later, a Benjamin OLIVER was a freeholder of Lislooney. Other names of likely significance: William, Francis & John SCOTT and John HAMILTON

 

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24881

LYNCH, Mary

Kings Co.

1723 Dec 2

Beryl Eustace Wills

LYNCH, MARY, Keiltyeurra, King's Co., widow of Nicholas Lynch deed. 30 ... 1721. Narrate, £ p., 2 Dec. 1723. Her son Wm. Lynch. Her son Jonathan Lynch. Seven small houses or tenements in Pimlico and Elbo Lane, Manor of St. Thomas Court, suburbs of city of Dublin, six small houses in St. Thomas Court. Lease of the farm Keiltyeurra, King's Co. Witnesses : Mary Smith, wife of Robt. Smith late of the city of Dublin, grocer, Joseph Harrison, Brown Street, liberties of Thomas Court and Donore, Co. Dublin, weaver, Deborah Gilbart, Dublin, spinster, and Joshua Gilbart, Dublin, gent. Memorial witnessed by: Joseph Harrison, Jno. Smith, public notary, Dublin. 38, 430, 24881 Wm. Lynch (seal)

 

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25250

JACKSON, Isaac

Clare & Limerick

1722 April 11

JACKSON-CRAVEN Book Index 1708-1729

Deed between Isaac JACKSON of Doonassee [Doonass, or Doonass Demesne, Parish Kiltenanlea, Barony Tulla Lower],, Co. Clare Gent son and heir of Isaac JACKSON late of Doonassee. & Richard CRAVEN of Limerick.

 

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DAWSON

Monaghan

1723 Jun 27

DAWSON-DAWSON Book 43 (1708-1738) 1708-1738 Enagh  Edenforan

Deed btw John DAWSON of Killeron, Co. Monaghan Esq of 1 pt & Richard DAWSON of City of Dublin Merchant of the other part. Reciting that by a Quadripartite deed of release for marriage settlement Dec 15, 1716 .. long list of townlands … vested in the said John DAWSON and now in his actual possession subject to an annuity of 200 pounds payable to Frances DAWSON mother of the said John DAWSON… reciting that John DAWSON and his wife Elinor had lived separately from each other … NOTE: Could they be the ancestors of the Elinor DAWSON who married Andrew OLIVER. Her father was an Edward OLIVER.

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JACKSON, Michael

Dublin

1723 Jul 31

Jacob POOL, Clothier of Dublin City, Grantor to Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Dublin City of parcel of ground on north side of Mill Race or water course in Morrowlane [Marrowlane] in Liberty of Thomas Court, Co & city of Dublin, bound on north by land to be called Roberts Street, on east by land let by Isaac ROBERTS to Jacob POOL, with privileges as granted Jacob POOL by Isaac ROBERTS, for ever, from 24 June last for lives of Isaac, Mary & Lydia ROBERTS at £7 12s with £3 16s. fine on renewal. Thanks to Mike Stewart.

SEE: Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Pimlico.

 

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BROWNE

Down

1723 Jul 1

BROWNE, Benj-DONALDSON 1708-1729

Image 351

Benjamin BROWNE of Castlehill Co. Down, & Robert DONALDSON of Dublin. Lands of Castlehill by will to Banjamin BROWNE from his father Alexander BROWNE late of Castlehill.

 

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JACKSON, John & ors

Kilkenny

1721 Dec 22

JACKSON-HEAD Book Index 1708-1729

John JACKSON of Portmascolly, Co. Kilkenny, Gent

NAMES: Richard CHRISTMAS of City of Waterford; Rev. Alexander ALCOCK; John JACKSON of Portmascully; Thomas HEAD of Headsgrove; John HEAD; Michael HEAD sr, deceased; Michael HEAD jr.; William JONES; James HIGGINS; Robert WHITBY of Killeraggan; Richard VILLARS of Balynaboly; Richard PARRY. PLACES: Woodstock, Castelmitchell.

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JACKSON

Dublin

1723 Jan 21

An unnamed JACKSON lived in one of the houses at Combe, Dublin leased by Winfield ATKINSON to David ROBERTS, both of City of Dublin. SEE: Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Pimlico.

 

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JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin & Carlow

1723 Jan 21

LECKY to  JACKSON Registered the 21st of January 1723 at 4 a clock in the afternoon

Image 453

NAMES: James LECKY of Kilnock, Co. Carlow; Thomas JACKSON, merchant of Dublin; Walter BAGNELL of Parish of St. James, liberty of Westminster; Ralph CRUTCHLY; John WILLIAMS; Robert DENT; William PARRY. OTHER PLACES: Rathcrogue, Co. Carlow.

This Deed involves the transfer of land from a Thomas JACKSON, a merchant of the City of Dublin to a James LECKY. The land in question is in the townland of Rathcrogue, [Rathcrogue, Parish Tullowmagimma,  Barony of Carlow] ,Co. Carlow. The parish is close to the border of Co. Kildare. Although hunches may prove to be red herrings, this may still turn out to be one of the missing links to the JACKSONs who precede our last known relative, George JACKSON (1718-1782).

NOTE: Rathcrogue Townland was 422 acres in Co. Carlow, Barony Carlow, Parish Tullowmagimma, PLU Carlow, Province, Leinster.

SEE:  Carlow JACKSONs in Griffiths

 

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BREAKEY

 

 

Researched by Ken BREAKEY

NOTE: The Book number is actually 395.

 

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McCULLAGH, William

Dublin

1723 Apr 15

Witness: William McCULLAGH of City of Dublin, Merchant. AnneChamney.

 

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25919

DAWSON

Armagh

1724 Apr 29

Deed registered by Ralph DAWSON of Drumnavalley This was mentioned in T.G.F. Patterson , Notes & Family Charts Relating to Grand Juries, LDS Microfilm #1279353, 63, and has links to JACKSON and McLAUGHLIN.

NAMES: Oliver ST. JOHN of Tandragee [Tanderagee, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion), Barony of Fews Lower,]; Ralph DAWSON of Drominakelly [either Drumnakelly, Parish Drumcree, Barony Oneilland West, or (probably) Drumnakelly Parish Seagoe, Barony Oneilland East,], Co. Armagh; PLACES: Tullyhappies [Tullyhappy, Parish Killevy (Lower Orior portion), Barony of Orior Lower,] , Ballymacrangan [probably Ballymacrandal, Parish Seagoe, Barony Oneilland East]; Arthur DAWSON; Daniel KELLY; Henry CLOSE of Waringstown; Thomas DAWSON; Joseph STRAITON of Artbaka, aka Artbrackagh; John DANE; John MOORE; Walter COPE.

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26425

JACKSON,

Nathaniel

 

 

JACKSON-TARLTON Book Index 1708-1729

PROBABLY: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

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Kings

 1723 Aug 30/31

USHER et al- WOLFE

Image 29

Clonsast Bo Cooleystowne

BTW John USHER of City of Dublin Esq. of one pt. & Richard WOLFE of Little Fornaught Co. Kildare Gent and John WARD of City of Dublin Brewer of the other pt. Tripartite lease btw John USHER of 1st pt. Frederick FRENCH of City of Dublin Esq. of 2nd pt & Richard WOLFE & John WARD of 3rd pt. John USHER in consideration of £2,000 paid by Richard WOLFE and of £700 and with consent by Frederick FRENCH granted to WOLFE & WARD townlands of [many townlands] Barony Killconnell, Co. Galway and also lands of Clonsast 366a [either Clonsast Lower or Clonsast Upper, Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown], held by Thomas GATES and his undertenants in Barony Coolestown, Kings Co. 

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Kings

1722 Jun 24

BLUNDELL-DUMENY

Bo Coolestown

Image 29

BTW Rt Hon Montague Lord Viscount BLUNDELL of 1 pt & John DUMENY of Dublin Esq. of the other pt. In consideration of £500 demised to DUMENY for term of 500 years at rent of one peppercorn paid annually (if demanded) all the towns of Edenderry als Coolestown [either Edenderry or Edenderry, Parish Monasteroris] Dromcolley als Dromcowley [Drumcooly, Parish Monasteroris] Ballintogher & Aghergarrowe Ballyanemen Codd [Codd, Parish Monasteroris] Clonmullen als Clanmullen als Clanmyne als Clonmyne Shanbally[possibly Shean, Parish Monasteroris]  Leshane Ballycullane als BallyManillane als Ballymackquillane [possibly Ballykilleen, Parish Ballynakill] Rathgredan [Rathgreedan, Parish Monasteroris] Rathmore [Rathmore, Parish Monasteroris]  Ardbas [Ardbash, Parish Ballynakill]  Cloncane als Cloncannon Clonkeen, Parish Clonsast ]  Conshellen [possibly Cushaling, Parish Monasteroris]  Derry [[possibly Derries, Parish Monasteroris] Codd [Codd, Parish Monasteroris] Arderderry Muckeragh Dromonoy als Dromovoy als Dromemoy Clonlak [Clonlack, Parish Castlejordan] Ekermore [Esker More, Parish Ballynakill] and Bally Billin als Ballykillin [Ballykilleen, Parish Ballynakill] all in Barony Coolistown [Coolestown] Kings Co. Rectory of Ardnugher als Ballynurgher als Ballynocker [possibly Ardnurcher Glebe , Parish Ardnurcher or Horseleap, Barony Kilcoursey] with its appurtenances in Co. Westmeath and Kings Co. and Rectory of Carberry Co. Kildare and Castle Lordship and town of Dundrum with townlands belonging: Waterask Murough als Murlogh Manrishall Ballinlogh Ballybranan Aglisnehin and Munelane taken to be Seven Townlands of a half in Territory of Lecale Co. Down … WITNESS: William INGOLSBY of London Bart Elizabeth WOTTON of London Spinster Thomas MEREFIELD of Dublin Notary Memorial WITNESS: Thomas MEREFIELD Paschall Du CASSE of Dublin Doct. Of Divinity. BLUNDELL [SEAL]

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40

85

24387

JACKSON, Joseph

Dublin

1723 Oct 3

JACKSON-SIDEBOTHOM Book Index 1708-1729

Joseph JACKSON, Cork St., Liberty of Donore, Dublin, weaver

Land from Cork Street leading to Dolphins Barn

NAMES: Joseph JACKSON; Joseph SIDEBOTHOM; Mr. POWER; Thomas WESTON; Jacob POOLE; George CULLIN; Rebecca SMITH; Michael SMITH; Michael SMITH jr.; Hannah SMITH; Matthew PAGEITT; Patrick HAMILTON; Edward DALTON; William PARRY. PLACES: Cork St, in the Liberty of Donore, Co. Dublin.

SEE: Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff - Descendants and/or Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Pimlico

d

40

122

24590

JACKSON, Ambrose & wife

Cork, probably

1723 Sep 23

JACKSON-GOODMAN Book Index 1708-1729

Image 70

BTW Ambrose JACKSON of City of Cork Merchant of 1 pt & John GOODMAN of City of Cork Merchant of the other pt. Reciting that Robert ROGERS Esq by indenture 13 Mar 1704 set to Isaac De La CROIX the large stone house Cellar & Garden then in occupation and tenancy of said Isaac de la CROIX lying and being on the North East Marsh of City of Cork … will of Isaac de la CROIX mentions daughter Judith (wife of Ambrose JACKSON) , Elizabeth & Mary …

 

40

129

24619

PLEDWELL

Queens

1708-1738

Mrs. Tobias PLEDWELL’s will

 

40

162

24786

 

Armagh

1713 Jun 25

FANE-McCAN Cloghog, Corniscribe [Cornascreeb, Parish Kilmore (Lower Orior portion), Barony Orior Lower, Man Clare

1708-1738

Image 90

BTW Charles FANE of Rassledon, Co. Bershire, England & Robert McCAN of Armagh, Co. Armagh FANE set to McCAN part of Clohoge [probably Cloghoge, Parish Ballymore, Barony Orior Lower]  containing 133a 2r 21p & part of Ballyknock [Ballyknock, Parish Kilmore (Lower Orior portion), Barony Orior Lower]   – 37a 1r late in possession of Cormac McCAN & his undertenants in Barony Orier Co. Armagh for lives of said Robert McCANN Cormick McCAN son to Callow McCAN & Glasney McCAN son to John McCAN both of Tandragee [Tanderagee, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion)] Co. Armagh. WITNESS: Mathew CONNOR of City of Dublin Gent; Bryan FORAN of Favnavallan [Tamnaghvelton ?] Co. Armagh Gent & James PRICE of Tandragee.

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

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

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

90

40

212

25103

 

Armagh

1714 Jul 1

Ld Charlemount- BOND Cladymore, B. Fews

1708-1738

Image 114

Btw William Hon William Lord Viscount Charlemont [aka William CAULFIELD] of 1 pt & Edward BOND of Armagh, Co. Armagh Esq. of other pt. … townland Cladymore [Clady More, Parish Kilclooney (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] in Barony Fews for natural lives of Edward HAY, Robert HAY & Thomas HAY sons of William HAY of Toreskene [probably Terraskane , Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] Co. Armagh farmer … WITNESSES: Thomas WADMAN of Castle Caufield Co. Tyrone Clke; Isaac COLLYER of Donaghmore Co. Donegal Clke; Thomas CAMPBELL of Armagh, Co. Armagh Gent & George BOND of Tyra Co. Armagh Gent

90

40

214

25139

 

Dublin

1723 Jan 14

Image 115

BTW William PURFITT of City of Dublin Baker & John WARE of same Gent … house known by sign of Black Lyon at corner of passage going from Ormond Street to Arran Street situate in Ormond Markett in Suburbs of City of Dublin together with the yard or backside belonging to the Bake House …

 

40

214

25744

 

Dublin

1723 Jan 15

Image 115

BTW Samuel KATHRENS of City of Dublin with covenant of Benjamin EVERARD Esq demised to Caleb EMERSON of City of Dublin Looking Glass Maker parcel of ground 40’ in front on east side of Ann Street in Parish St. Michans Oxmantown bounded on east to a backlane … [more description] to Little Greene  & on the north to lot of ground set by Samuel KATHRENS to Mr. Nathanial HONE …

 

40

250

25465

JACKSON, Thomas

Down

Dublin

Londonderry

1723 Feb 25

Indented deed of Lease and release between Thomas ASH & John ASH als RAINEY Eldest Son and heir of said Thomas ASH both of Magherafelt in Co. Londonderry of the one part and Thomas JACKSON of the City of Dublin Esq. & David Wilson of the said City, Gent  of the other part… released to said Thomas JACKSON & David WILSON and their heirs in their actual possession then being one moity of all that in those in the Lower Ballymote containing one hundred and three acres plantation measure be the same more or less/ Ballygaltam containing one hundred acres of like measure be the same more or less/ Grangewallace cont by est 186 acres…/ Grangebane containing by est 128 acres/ and the yearly rent of 10pounds  annually growing due and payable out of the Mill  of Grangebane Ballyhassett containing by estimation 77 acres/ Milltown of Ballyhassett containing by estimation 215 acres/ Lower Ballyclender containing by estimation 121 acres/ Upper Ballyclend containing by estimation 132 acres/ Ballywarren containing by estimation 210 acres/ Tobermoney [Tobermoney, Parish Down, Barony Lecale Upper, Co. Down] containing by estimation 133 acres together with the Mill Mullture & Toll thereunto belonging & that quarter of  Ballea in the possession of Charles STEWART & Henry SAVAGE next and adjoining to Upper Ballyclender containing by estimation 57 acres/all which lands tenements  & Hereditaments are situate in the Manor of Downpatrick Co. Down. In the presence of George PERRY of the City of Dublin Gent & John DOWNING of the same…. NOTE: John ASH-RAINEY (1694-1723). John JACKSON married his sister Sarah ASH. John JACKSON’s father was a Capt. William JACKSON (he may have married a CLARKE). I suspect that Thomas JACKSON of Dublin was a relation. SEE: Jacksons of Tobermore.

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40

304

25940

JOHNSTON

 

1708-29

JOHNSTON - BARCLAY   

 

40

309

25982

JACKSON, Thomas

Antrim

Dublin

1724 May 4

Settlement Co Antrim lands (listed) in 1722 between Mother of Edmond Francis STAFFORD, deceased & Ann STAFFORD, daughter of Edmond Francis STAFFORD 1st pt, & Hon Brig David CRAIGHTON & William SAMPSON Esq., of Inch, Donegal of 2nd pt., & Alexander McNAUGHTEN Dr. of Physic, cousin of Edmond Francis STAFFORD & Compton DOMVILLE, Esq. Sir clerk trustee of Edmond Francis STAFFORD of 3rd pt.

WITNESS; Thomas JACKSON Esq. of Dublin SW

POSSIBLY: Jacksons of Tobermore.

 

40

309

25985

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

Antrim

1724 May 4

Will of Edmond Francis STAFFORD, deceased of Brownstown, Co. Meath; Isabella STAFFORD, wife of Edmond, deceased; Ann STAFFORD, daughter of Edmond Francis STAFFORD; Henry STAFFORD; Kennedy STAFFORD, eldest son of Henry STAFFORD; Cousins of Edmond Francis STAFFORD= Bartholemew, Rowen, Dr. Alexander & Edmond McNAUGHTEN. Lands in Antrim. WITNESS: Thomas JACKSON. Esq of Dublin witness in 1722. POSSIBLY: Jacksons of Tobermore.

 

40

345

26219

 

Cavan

1708-1739

STEUART- SHERIDAN Enagh, Castlerahan Civil Parish, Barony of Castlerahan

 

40

497

26480

BOYSE, Mary

Kings

1723 Feb 10

BOYSE, MARY als. PAPE als. GEE, widow of Joseph Boyse of Dublin. 10 Feb. 1723. Pull, 1 p., 2 July 1724. Recites articles 1706 between Thos. GEE, Leap, King's Co., gent., Joseph BOYSE, Dublin, clerk, and testatrix by name of Mary PAPE als. GEE, widow, the daughter of said Thomas GEE, previous to marriage of testatrix and said Joseph BOYSE. My daughter Hannah LOFTUS and her husband Simon LOFTUS, exors. My son Thomas PAPE. My daughter Ann JOHNSTON. My grandson James PAPE. Walking Street, city of Kilkenny, Mr. RYAN, Mr. John SARGENT, Mr. MEAGH, Mr. SILVESTER, Mr. Martin STAPLETON, Mr. Lawrence ST. LAWRENCE and Mr. Denis GORMOND, tenants of same. Witnesses : Robert FRENCH, Dublin, Esq., Michael McMANUS, late of Dublin, attorney, deceased, Wm. TYRRELL, Dublin, attorney. Memorial witnessed by : Robert FRENCH, John DIGBY of Landenstown, Co. Kildare, Esq. 40, 397, 26480 Hannah LOFTUS (seal)

 

40

504

27061

 

Sligo

 

BURTON - DUANY A plot of ground 46’ front & 30’ in ye whole Ratcliffe Street North side

165

40

513

27160

JACKSON, William

Westmeath

1724 Oct 28

JACKSON-HATFIELD

Image 267

Leonard HATFIELD of Killinure Co. Westmeath Gent Son & Heir of Leonard HATFIELD late of Killinure deceased Gent in Consid of £100 confirmed to Rev. William JACKSON of Ballyloghloe Co. Westmeath town and lands of Killinure Faranemorin Ballybegg all in Co. Westmeath containing 650a in Barony Kilkenny West & Co. Westmeath to hold for 999 years… WITNESS: John HYDE of City of Dublin bookseller Edward DALTON of City of Dublin Public Notary, Patrick HAMILTON Clke to Edward DALTON.

 

40

513

27162

 

Sligo

1716 Nov 5

LINDSEY - BUNTEIN A parcel of land 13a 3r in Mr. Lindsay’s possession

Image 268

BTW Robert LINDSEY of Sligo, Co. Sligo Esq of the 1 pt William BUNTAN & William BARRETT both of Sligo in Co. Co. Sligo of the other pt. Reciting Benjamin BURTON of City of Dublin Alderman in lease 13 Apr 1700 demised to Robert LINDSEY a part of land containing 13a 3r in possession of said Robert LINDSEY within Liberties of the Town of Sligo to hold for lives of him the said Robert LINDSEY Alice LINDSEY & Martha LINDSEY rent of £6.17.6 with 12d receiver’s fees and whereas Benjamin BURTON demised on 28 Mar 1716 to said Robert LINDSEY etc town and lands of Knocknagehy [Knocknageeha , Parish Ballysumaghan, Barony Tirerrill] in Barony Tyrrerrill [Tirerrill] Co. Sligo containing 75a & 23a 3r profitable and 23a 3r unprofitable for term of 31 years … for lives of William BARRETT of Sligo Gent Robert BUNTAN eldest son of William BUNTAN of Sligo Merchant & Ann LINDSEY youngest daughter of the Lessee Robert LINDSEY.. Anne LINDSEY his youngest daughter re Marriage granted to William BUNTAN and William BARRETT … WITNESS: Adam GUTHRY & Francis BILL both of Sligo Co. Sligo Gent. Memorial WITNESS Francis BILL & Thomas OSBORNE of Sligo Co Sligo Gents

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41

4

24167

 

Armagh

Louth

Dublin

1723 Jul 15

GRAHAM-HEYWOOD Maghrantrim, McCantram, B Fews

1708-1738

Image 294

BTW Coll William GRAHAM 2nd son of Arthur GRAHAM of Derryheriland Co. Armagh Gent of 1 pt & Benjamin HEYWOOD of Town of Drogheda Gent of other pt. Reciting 8 Mar 1716 btw Arthur GRAHAM of 1st pt & John GRAHAM then of Drogheda since deceased of 2nd pt & William GRAHAM of 3rd pt  townlands of Drumga [possibly Drumgaw, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] Lattory [Lattery, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower,] McCantram Macantrim Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] in Barony of Fews Co. Armagh Aughlegnacree [probably Aghantaraghan, Parish Ballymore, Barony Orior Lower]  Carrickquick [probably Carrickbrack, Parish Ballymore, Barony Orior Lower]  and part of Cashell [Cashel, Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper] in Barony Orier Co. Armagh together with all Castles Messuages Houses Edifaces Mills Mill Dams Millraces Heaths Mountains …. £500 … WITNESS: William GRAVES of Drogheda Gent Edward HALE of Drogheda Apothecary William CAMAK of City of Dublin Merchant William GRAHAM [SEAL]

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41

27

24298

 

Longford

1723 Jul 30

WHITE-GORE

Image 305 

BTW Thomas WHITE of Anagh, Co. Meath eldest son of George WHITE Gent deceased of 1 pt & Hon George GORE Esq. one of the Justices of his Majesty’s Court of Common Pleas in Ireland of the other pt. Tripartite indenture btw Thomas WHITE of 1st pt & George GORE of 2nd pt & Samuel WHITE late of Knappage Co. Longford brother of the said Thomas WHITE of 3rd pt. 8 May 1723 granted to George GORE lands of Knappage als Nappack Tipper als Tibber als Tiback in Barony Shruell, Co. Longford … conferred to George GORE … WITNESS: David BOUSQUETT, James MOORE Patrick CAHILLY & Peter ENNIS all of Co. Longford.

 

41

34

24343

BERESFORD, Marcus Sr.

 

1708-1729

LOWDEN

 

41

47

24420

McCULLAGH

 

1708-1729

William McCULLAGH to FLANAGAN

 

41

135

25007

JACKSON

Waterford

1723 Dec 19

Earl of Tyrone to JACKSON

Thanks to Linde Lunney. 1708

NOTE: This memorial mentioned Ann Countess of Tyrone to Thomas KENNEDY of Ballyclohy Co Waterford. NOTE: I saw no mention of JACKSON

 

41

162

25167

JACKSON

Longford

1722 Jun 13

Image 377

BTW Richard EDGEWORTH of Edgeworthstown Co. Longford Esq. of 1 pt & Richard JACKSON of Tinenare of Co. Longford of the other pt. For considerations mentioned, EDGEWORTH set to JACKSON all of the town and land of Tinenare alias Tinenure with the appurtenances including the Mill and Mill Race containing 200a  plantation measure for term of 31 years from 1 May 1720 and yearly rent of £40 WITNESS: Thomas GAREY of City of Dublin Daryman Catherine DARY and George FRAZER both of Edgeworthtown Memorial WITNESS: Thomas GOREY[?] & James WILDE both of City of Dublin Gent. Richard JACKSON [SEAL]

 

41

245

25645

BUTLER, Theophilus

Dublin

Cavan

Meath

Fermanagh

1722 Jan 30

Beryl Eustace Wills

NEWTOWN-BUTLER, Rt. Hon. THEOPHILUS LORD [BARON]. 20 Feb. 1721. Codicil 30 Jan. 1722. Full, 3 pp., 16 March 1723. Body to be deposited " with that of my dearest wife lately deceased in my vault in St. Ann's Church in Dawson Street, Dublin." Corpse of wife to be brought from Bath. My brother Col. Brinsley Butler, sole exor. My brother Lieut. Col. James Butler and his wife (" my sister Mrs. Ann Butler"). My sister the Countess of Meath. My sister Glover als. Butler. My sister Judith Marsh als. Butler. My nephew Francis Marsh her son. My niece Judith Butler. £10 to each of my nephews. Picture of my grandfather Sir Theophilus Jones. Trustees: Rt. Hon. Alien Broderick Viscount Middleton, Rt. Hon. Wm. Whitshed, Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench, Ireland, the Hon. Thomas Marlay, H.M.'s Solicitor General, and Robert Percival of Knightsbrooke, Esq. Annuity to Mrs. Ann Brent. My real estate in counties of Cavan and Fermanagh. £13 per annum for ever to minister and churchwardens of parish of St. Ann's, Dublin, in trust " to buy five shillings worth of bread to be had in good loaves and distribute the same amongst the poor every Sabbath Day at the parish church of St. Ann's aforesaid." Codicil says that John Jones of Belturbet, Co. Cavan, who formerly managed testator's affairs, was not to be again employed. Witnesses : Richard Hopkins, Dublin, upholsterer, Patrick McGlin, Dublin, yeoman, J. Thompson, Killybandrick, Co. Cavan, gent. Codicil witnessed by: John Maddison, Dublin, gent., said J. Thompson, said Patrick McGlin. Memorial witnessed by : John Thompson, David Wilson. 41, 245, 25645 J. Butler (seal)

NOTE: Sir Theophilus BUTLER (1669-1724) was a son of Francis BUTLER & Judith JONES.

 

41

282

25910

 

Sligo

 

ORMSBY-FRENCH

 

41

287

25937

BROWNE

Carlow

1708-1738

STEWART-BROWNE Leighlin Bridge, Idrone,

Patrick BROWNE of Leighlin Bridge, Catherloe. Aka Carlow.

 

41

318

26101

BIRCH

 

1708-1729

BIRCH, John-SILL

 

41

387

26452

 JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin Wexford

1724 June 24

JACKSON - VESEY

Deed 23 March 1723 Wm VESEY & wife demised to Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq.  Town and lands of Barrystown & Grantstown, Barony of Dargy, Co. Wexford  311 acres. For lease of 41 years.

 

41

421

26646

 

 

1708-1738

MERVYN-McGHEE Tattykeel

 

41

447

26763

OSBOURNE

 

1708-1729

BALL, Charles-OSBOURNE

 

41

472

26929

JACKSON, Michael

Dublin

1724 Sept 12

JACKSON-THOMAS Book Index 1708-1729

Michael JACKSON of Dublin Clothier to Josua THOMAS City of Dublin Clothier  “All that new House or tenament with the large backside behind the same situate on the north side of the Mill Race or watercourse in Marrowbone Lane in the Liberty of Thomas Court Co. Dublin. See: Jacksons of Pimlico.

 

41

490

27023

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1723 Aug 14

Jas McCULLOCH to McCULLOCK 1708-1729 Dromore

James M’CULLOH, merchant of Belfast to William M’CULLOCH of Grogan [Groggan, Parish of Drummaul, in the Barony of Toome Upper], Co Antrim… lots of lands.

 

42

1

25390

BOLTON

Londonderry

1723 Feb 15

Dean John BOLTONs will Townland Bk 423  1708-1738 Londonderry & Coleraine 1708-1738

To son Thomas BOLTON lands in Co Meath… son Joseph BOLTON… son Richard… to son Joseph BOLTON 26 acres Creekstown Co Meath (lands purchased from Patrick BARNWELL) also Henry NICKS lands in Creekstown … Elizabeth BOLTON daughter of Joseph BOLTON

16e

42

5

25419

 

Sligo

 

BURTON - KING House in [Widow?] Haley’s possession High Street  East side

165

42

27

255527

 

Wicklow

1721 Mar 8

BLESSINGTON-ABBOTT

Image 22

BTW Rev Father Michael BOYLE Lord Archbishop of Dublin & Lord Chancellor of Ireland (since deceased) to Stephen LUDLOW of City of Dublin Esq. (also since deceased) … demised 50’ in front and 115’ backward mearing on the East with the Street leading to Dublin south with John McMORIS’s holding West to the Ditch where the Park Hall first stood and then in the holding of Mr MELDRUM and North to Mr TILSONs plott in town of Blessington, Co. Wicklow… lives of Stephen LUDLOW Alice LUDLOW his wife & Peter LOCHORD brother to said Alice … indenture of renewal btw Rt Hon Charles Lord Viscount BLESSINGTON Grandson and heir of late Rev Father in God Michael BOYLE deceased late Lord Primate of All Ireland of 1 pt; Rev. Thomas ABBOTT of Athenree Co. Galway son & heir of John ABBOTT deceased assignee of Stephen LUDLOW in annexed deed of the other pt. … lives of Rev. Edward SYNGE Minister of St. Audeon Parish Dublin and to Thomas ABBOTT to the said Lease in the Room of the said Stephen LUDLOW and Peter LOCHORD deceased confirmed to Thomas ABBOTT. WITNESS: Richard BARKER of City of Dublin deceased & Thomas MEREFIELD Notary. MEMORIAL WITNESS: Thomas MEREFIELD & Joseph THOMPSON his clerk.

42

42

89

25773

McCULLAGH, William

Dublin

1723 Apr 15

WITNESS: William McCULLAGH of Dublin City, Merchant. Notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

42

216

26170

 

Kings

 

JESSOP-INMAN

Coolnaboy, Bo. Warrenstown

161

42

232

26220

JACKSON, Peter

Louth

1724 May 2

Image 133

BTW Charles CAMPBELL of City of Dublin Esq. Richard TENISON of Thomastown, Co. Louth Esq. & Margaret his wife. Richard and Margaret his wife are the executors of will of William BARTON late of Thomastown Esq. deceased of 1st pt; Alexander NESBITT of City of Dublin Gent of 2nd pt and Hon John ROGERSON Esq. his Majesty’s Attorney General of 3rd pt.; …£2,995 … WITNESS: Rev. Peter JACKSON of Kincoole, Co. Louth witnessed abstract. NOTE: 2018. None of the townlands overlapped with any townlands known to be JACKSON leases.

16e

42

240

26250

JACKSON, Robert

Queens

1724 June 9

JACKSON-RALPH Book Index 1708-1729

Deed of Mortgage 8 Nov 1721 between Robert JACKSON of the Old Mills near Mountmellick, Queens Co.  Farmer of the one part & Richard RALPH of Killeooe, Co. Kildare. Farmer of the other part.  Lease of 22 Sept 1707 lease to JACKSON of Lands & watermill of Cappanner, Parish of Rossenallis Queens Co. JACKSON now leases to RALPH.

SEE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

 

42

313

26481

McCULLAGH, James

Antrim

1724 Jul 2

Jas McCULLOCH to HALLIDAY 1708-1729

James McCULLOCH of Belfast Gent of 1 pt & Samuel HALLIDAY Antrim Gen 92a 3r 4p of land now in possession of Henry ECHLIN and formerly in possession of Hugh and James MITCHELL, Hugh MAFFETT and John NICHOLL.. [other Antrim lands]

16e

42

467

27066

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1723 Nov 4

BOWLES-JACKSON Thanks to Mike of Vancouver

Registered 8 Oct 1724

Image 254

John BOWLES of the City of Dublin Merchant surviving administrator & [?] to Thomas BOWLES  City of Dublin, Gent deceased and sole administrator to Isabella BOWLES a minor deceased for consideration demised to Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Taylor house & tenement then in possession of Thomas JACKSON on the north side of James St. in suburbs of Dublin near St. James Church Gates  known by the Sign of the White Hart containing in front to the Kings Highway 18’ and in depth to said church yard of St. James Church 17’ to hold for 25 years for yearly rent of 200 pounds. WITNESS: John EVANS Nailer and Michael DENIS Barber & Peter PIGOT Haymaker [Staymaker?] all of City of Dublin Thomas MULLOCK, Gent NOTE: The St. James Church that was on James Street (there was another) was completed in 1707. In the Dublin Weekly Journal of 1725, The Sign of the White Hart is described as being at the end of Caple Street, and was where the Coach to Drogheda left. This is a better fit with King Street. There was an ancient St. James Church there, and perhaps these were the gates of it. What is curious is how high the rent is for such a small property.

 

42

478

27112

 

Dublin

1724 Oct 17

Eleanor TAAFFE’s will. NOTE: Nothing of interest

Two houses in High Street known as the Ship and Black Swan …Rulestowne Litte

16e

42

485

29070

 

Sligo

 

SLATER ET AL - BENNETT ET AL A Plott of ground Sett by Sir Francis Lyster

165

43

26

27133

 

Louth

1724 Oct 24

STANNUS-DAWSON Dowdallshill & Ronsky

 Btw William STANNUS of Carlingford Co Louth Esq. & Ephriam DAWSON of Dawsons Court Queens Co. Esq. … reference to Margaret, wife of William STANNUS jointure. Many lands in Antrim & Louth

16e

43

75

27425

JACKSON

Dublin

1724 Nov 17

An unnamed JACKSON lived at Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore on lands owned by William MASON, merchant of Dublin. See: Jackson of Pimlico.

 

43

347

28502

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1725 Apr 9

BARTON-BENNETT

Image 188

BTW Thomas BARTON of Innecore near Dublin Farmer of 1 pt & John BENNETT of the City of Dublin Merchant of the other pt. In consideration of £50 released to John BENNETT in his actual possession a piece of ground extending from the Gable end of the house wherein Thomas BARTON of Marrowbone Lane formerly dwelt containing in breadth from 60’ or thereabouts and running back to DODRIDGE’s field on the south together with all Buildins and Improvements on the Premises then standing and all ways Waters Rights member and Appurts in said Premises situate in Dolphins Barn Lane in Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore Co. Dublin. To hold for lives of Henry PERCY, Robert PERCY and John WARD being the lives granted by a lease from James JACKSON in the release recited … WITNESS: Thomas BARTON of Rathmines Co. Dublin Skinner & Edward DALTON of City of Dublin Notary.

 

43

421

28800

JACKSON, Robert

Kildare

Dublin

1725 May 7

JACKSON-JACKSON Book Index 1708-1738

Indenture May 6, 1724 Wm. JAMES of Athy. Co. Kildare, Tanner did demise & set to Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff in Co. Dublin Tanner and Josiah JACKSON of Glassholly, Co. Kildare Farmer lease of house in Athy where William JAMES lived. And late in possession of Widow WESTON together with the tan yard and al and singular the outhouses etc belonging to Wm JAMES in town of Athy Parish of St. John’s… yearly rent of 9 pounds  in consid of 5 s pd to the Robert JACKSON by Josiah JACKSON, lands made over to Josiah for 22 years.  SEE: Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff - Descendants.

16e

43

433

28838

GORE

Down

1724 Feb 26

MONTGOMERY-GORE

Image 232

BTW James STEVENSON of Stevenson of Killyleagh Co. Down Esq. & Nicholas PRICE of Hollymount Co. Down Esq. of 1 pt. & Henry GORE of Blewhouse near Chisickford Co. Essex England Esq. of other pt.. Tipartite bwt James STEPHENSON of Killyleagh Co. Down Esq. & Nicholas PRICE of Hollymount of 1st pt & John MONTGOMERY of Ballyleek Co. Monaghan Esq of 2nd & Henry GORE of 3rd pt. … lands in Co. Monaghan …

#45 Wrong # from the 1708 Names Index. The memorials in this volume go from 18827 to 28840. Try Vol 43.

 

43

481

29053

PERCY, Henry

Wicklow

1720 Dec 10

Beryl Eustace Wills

PERCY, HENRY, Seskin, Co. Wicklow, Esq. 10 Dec. 1720. Narrate, 1 p., 5 June 1725. His late wife Elizth. Paul als. Percy. His son Emerson Percy. His daughters Mary Warren, Elizth. Montgomery, Ann Percy, Harriott Percy and Jane Percy. His daughter Hannah. His brother Robt. Percy. Richard Warren, Ballydarton, Co. Catherlogh, Esq. To Mary Wells, £200 per annum. Wm. Paul, Moyhill, Co. Catherlogh, Esq., Rev. Claudius Gilbert, D.D., Vice Provost of Trinity College, Dublin, Richard Warburton, Dublin, Esq., Counsellor-at-law, exors. His real and personal estate. His house in Abby Street. Witnesses : Wm. Westberry and Terence Gorman, both of Dublin, gents., Thomas Merefiekl, Dublin, public notary. Memorial witnessed by : Terence Gorman, Henry Essington, Dublin, gent. 43, 481, 29053 Wm. Paul (seal)

SEE also ROD: 45-209-29052

 

43

524

29211

NORTH

Louth

1725 Jun 24

MOORE- Susanna NORTH

Memorial of Deed btw Susanna MOORE, relict of Brabazon MOORE of Mounterrible, Co. Monaghan Esq decd of 1st pt. & Francis NORTH of City of Dublin Gent of other part.. she demised lands incl Mosstown, Tallnastown, Charlestown, Mapestown Stickilin and Richardstown… Barony of Atherdee, Co Louth. Francis NORTH and his son, Edward NORTH witnessed. NOTE: The NORTH family were associated with Jackson’s Hall in Kirkby Lonsdale, England – as a result of the marriage of Jennet JACKSON & Oliver NORTH. See also: The Norths of Ireland.

16e

44

24

27976

GORE, Francis

Cork

1724 Nov 16

ROD: 44- 24-27976

16 Nov 1724

Crossley’s Abstracts: Crossle genealogical abstracts (Parcel 1A-32-25 v. S) Smith notebooks, v. 2-12.

16 Nov 1724

Edward CROKER… WITNESS Francis GORE Ahsallaghan Co. Cork Clke

NOTE: The reference number is incorrect. #27976 is in Bk 43 pg 226 at Image 127 Not in Bk 44 or Bk 45.

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44

85

27673

JACKSON, Richard & Anne

Kildare

1724 Jul 10

Image 341

Margaret NUTTALL & Richard NUTTALL son of Margaret NUTTALL both of Bolebegg, Co. Kildare demised to Thomas GREGORY of Ballinvally Co. Carlow Farmer part of lands of Sherwood known as Ballinvally in possession of Thomas GREGORY .. description …

WITNESS; Anne JACKSON now wife of Richard JACKSON yeoman of Narrowmore [aka Narraghmore], Co. Kildare. NOTE: She was born Anne BEECHAM. SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Kildare Outline Tree-1 & JACKSONs of Co. Kildare Detailed Tree-1

NOTE: Leticia JACKSON - child of Mary JACKSON, younger than 21 in 1709. Married a Richard NUTTALL. SEE: Deed: 76-503-55611 July 10, 1734. SEE: JACKSONs of Lisburn.

 

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28217

 

Armagh

1724 Feb 24

NUGENT-HUTCHINSON Dromon, Drommon, B. Fews , Par Mullaghbrach

1708-1738

Image 380

BTW James NUGENT of City of Dublin Gent and Mary his wife of 1st pt; Hartley HUTCHINSON of City of Dublin Esq of 2nd pt … lands of Dromon [probably Drumman, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower],  in Barony of Fews, Co Armagh and further reciting Andrew CHARLETON did demand against said Hartley HUTCHINSON the said lands ….

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212

28582

JACKSON, Rev John

Dublin

1724 Feb 2

Richard FORSTER-JACKSON

Image 414

Btw Richard FORSTER of Great Forest of Co. Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & Rev. John JACKSON of Clansagh Co. Dublin of the other…. 24a in Parish & Barony of Coolock, Co. Dublin

 

44

283

29210

29216

DOBBIN

Armagh

1720 Jun 19

CROSS TO DOBBIN Legacurry Moyraverty

1708-1738

Image 450

BTW Leonard CROSS of Moyraverty, Co. Armagh of 1 pt & Rev James DOBBIN Rector of Killmore Co. Armagh of the other part. For consideration of £450 granted part of lands of Moyraverty [Moyraverty, Parish Seagoe, Barony Oneilland East] containing 67a and abutting lands of Dromgore [Drumgor Parish Seagoe, Barony Oneilland East] on the east and lands of William LYNUS of the West and the lands formerly in possession of Thomas CALVERT and a parcel of land that belonged to William WILLIAMSON on the North and bounded on the Co. of Down on the South and 1/6th part of lands of Lyloe [Lylo, Parish Seagoe, Barony Oneilland East] Manor of Kernan Co. Armagh & also 1/3 part of Lease in lands of Ballyhannon [Ballyhannon, Parish Seagoe, Barony Oneilland East] held from William & Stewart BLACKER Esq. also 1/3 of lease of lands of Clonroll [??] held from Oliver St. John Esq. and also 1/3 of lands of Legaory demised to William CROSS by William BROWNLOW Esq. together with 1/3 pt of ands of Legacory [probably Rich Hill or Legacorry, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West]  demised by said William BROWNLOW to John CROSS deceased brother to said Leonard CROSS …. Leonard CROSS in settlement with his wife Elizabeth CROSS alias  MATHERS …

 

44

460

30114

 

Sligo

1722 Oct 24

BOOTH - KNOX The house wherein Humph Booth Bridge Street formerly lived

Image 531

BTW John BOOTH of Sligo Co. Sligo of 1 pt & Mitchelburne KNOX of City of Sligo Merchant of the other. Reciting whereas Joshua WILLSON of City of Dublin Gent by indenture 20 Jun 1687 demised to Humphry BOOTH of Town of Sligo aforesaid deceased House Messuage or Tenement wherein the said Humphrey BOOTH dwelt on Bridge Street in Town of Sligo containing in Front from North to South 32 years and two feet and extending the same breadth backwards … from East to West 156 yards and two feet to the ditch of Mrs. MORAN’s Park for natural life of Robert BOOTH eldest son of said Humphry BOOTH, Humphry BOOTH 2nd son of said Humphry BOOTH and Jeremy BOOTH 3rd son  of said Humphry BOOTH … and further that the said John BOOTH son & heir of the said Humphry BOOTH deceased demised to Mitchelburne KNOX Dwelling House containing in front 61’ with a Garden Backward in Mitchelburne KNOX’s possession… WITNESS: John KNOX, John JAMESON Merchant & Francis BILL Notary Public all of City of Sligo. Memorial WITNESS John JAMESON & Thomas OSBORN of Sligo aforesaid Attorney at Law Mitchelburne KNOX [SEAL]

NOTE: Bridge Street crosses the Garvoge River in Town of Sligo and ends at its north end at Steven’s Street. The northerly section of Bridge St. is in the townland of Rathquarter aka Rathbraghan, Parish Calry. Barony Carbury. The southern portion is bordered by Abbeyquarter North and Abbeyquarter South, Parish St. John's, Barony Carbury.

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83

27941

JACKSON, Rev John

Dublin

1724 Dec 26

Richard FORSTER-JACKSON

Image 51

Btw Richrd FORSTER of Great Forest Co Dublin Esq. son & heir apparent of John FORSTER Esq. deceased & Richard GEERING of City of Dublin Esq. of the 1 pt & Rev. John JACKSON of Clonshagh, Co. Dublin Clk of the other.re indenture 26 March 1711 btw Anne FORSTER of City of Dublin widow relict of Richard FORSTER late of City of Dublin Esq. deceased & John FORSTER of the 1 pt & said John JACKSON of other pt. … 50 a including house garden fish ponds & orchards then in possession of Anne SHAEL in town of Clanshaugh, Parish of Santry Barony Coolock, Co. Dublin for lives of the said John JACKSON & Thomas JACKSON brother of said John, & Mr. John ROCHFORD 2nd son of RT Hon Robert ROCHFORT Esq.  … mention of Daniel JACKSON as a life… SEE: JACKSONs of Derbyshire, Berkshire, America & Dublin (Santry JACKSONs)

 

45

84

27953

JACKSON, Richard

Coleraine & Dublin

1724 Feb 3

JACKSON-HILL Book Index 1708-1738

Image 52

Mtg bearing date 1 May 1724 between Richard JACKSON Coleraine, Co. Derry, Esq. Of 1st part & Rowly HILL, City of Dublin, Esq. Of 2nd and Bernard BRETT of Ballynewport Co. Down, Gent of 3rd part ... in consid. Of £700 BRETT granted to HILL townlands of Ballynewport term of 100 years (but they revert to JACKSON if he pays £720). WITNESS: William BOYD of Drumaewillin [Drumawillin , Parish Ramoan, Barony Cary] Co. Antrim Clerk Richard JACKSON [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine Richard JACKSON (aft 1658-1730)

 

45

87

27993

 

Dublin

Wexford

1721 Aug 22

on back of lease dated 18 Apr 1691 between Philip SAVAGE of City of Dublin + Lawrence DAVIES of Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford of house etc in Selskars parish, Wexford, lately in possession of Francis HARVEY, [occ by BOND, SHAPLAND, STAFFORD & ROLAND] Signed 29 Aug 1724. Abstract made by: AnneChamney

 

45

131

28352

BURTON, Benjamin

Carlow

1724, March 30

BURTON-WHITESIDE Eagle Hill,

1724, March 30

Image 76

BTW Benjamin BURTON of Burton Hall Co. Carlow Esq. of 1 pt & Henry WHITESTONE of Hacketstown Co. Carlow of other pt.  … part of Capt KENNIS’s holding near Hacketstown … 35a 2r  & 2ndly all the lands of Eagle Hill next to Hacketstown. Lands likely held by Roland DAVIES for the use of Aaron DAVIES - bounded by lands held by Wm COLEMAN & Joseph BARKER, George PARKER, also lands of Widow TAYLOR of Robert PRESLY, commonly called Henry TAYLOR’s land  … for lives of Rev Mr. William DAVIES curat of Parish of Hacketstown aged abt 30; Nicholas ROCH son of Richard ROCH Co. Carlow aged abt 30 & Joshua DAVIES son of Rowland DAVIES of Hacketstown age abt 16. - lots more in the deed, but no mention of JACKSONs. NOTE: Jacksons of Santry have a marriage of a Grace JACKSON to an Unnamed DAVIS.

 

45

166

28774

 

Armagh

1724 Mar 1

STEWART et al-HAMILTON Glassdromin, B. Orier

Image 97

1708-1738

BTW Rev Archibald STEWART of Ballintoy [Ballintoy and/or Ballintoy Demense, Parish Ballintoy, Barony Cary], Co. Antrim Clerke of other pt. A quinquepartite deed btw said Archibald STEWART of 1st pt; Alexander STEWART of Ballintoy aforesaid Esq. of the 2nd pt; John STEWART of the Island of Jamaica in America Esq & Ann STEWART only daughter of the said John STEWART be Joanne ENSOME his 1st wife of 3rd pt; Sir Charles WAGER Knight one of the Lord’s Commissioners of the Admiralty & Alexius CLAYTON of Middle Temple London Esq. Trustees & attorneys for said John STEWART of 4th pt.  & Richard HAMILTON & Thomas NEWTON of 5th pt.  [long list of lands in Barony Orier including Glasdrummond, Parish Killevy (Upper Orior portion), Barony Orior Upper.

SEE: ROD: 3-277-927 for list of similar lands.

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45

186

28971

BIRCH

Kilkenny

1724 May 31

BIRCH, Eliz-BIRCH NOTES in 2009 diary. 1708-1729

Between Elizabeth BIRCH of Ballynalynah ... City of Kilkenny widow of 1st part & John BIRCH of City of Kilkenny of the other part. Elizabeth BIRCH paid £200 to John BIRCH ... The Castle, Townlands, Tenements and Heritaments of Ballynalynch in Co. & City of Kilkenny, District of Ossory 137 aces for term of 71 years. WITNESS: Buckley BUTLER, City of Kilkenny, Lewis DUVALL, City of Dublin, Gent; Charles BIRCH of same, merchant; Hannah BIRCH of same, spinster; George BIRCH of Banalynch, City of Kilkenny, Gent; Michael CARROLL, City of Kilkenny, Gent.

 

45

187

28974

Jackson, William

Londonderry

1725 May 31

RANKIN-JACKSON Bk 423  1708-1738 Grace Church Londonderry & Coleraine

For Henry RANKIN sailor one of the sons of John RANKIN of City of Londonderry late deceased in consid of £100 paid by William JACKSON of Coleraine in City of Londonderry Esq. and Edmond CARY of Redd Castle in Co. Donegal Esq…. had granted to William JACKSON the moiety or full half of the several quarter lands of Shrove [Stroove ?]  Karatravnan Cerehew Ballymacarter [Ballymacarthur] Ballyechan Fardrum and the Terry Greencastle. Also the lands of Curragh o Garry two Tryans [Fryans?] Ballypatton two truans, the quarter land of Mechletterbeall, Clare one Ballyboe and one third Ballyboe all in Barony of Eneshowen Co. Donegall and which were all of Donegall decd And also one moiety of a house in Londonderry…. Signed William JACKSON NOTE: William JACKSON (1695-1744), husband of Frances EYRE, and son of Capt. William JACKSON and Elizabeth GORGES. Redd Castle aka Red Castle is in townland of Carrickmaquigley, Parish Moville Upper,. It is on the western shore of Lough Foyle, abt 25 miles north of Londonderry and across the Lough from other Jackson holdings in Coleraine and Londonderry. The Co. Donegal townlands listed here are all in the Barony of Inishowen East, [aka Eneshowen]:

·         Shrove aka Stroove, Parish Movilla Lower;

·         Karatravnan aka Carrowtrasna (it is on the western border of Stroove), Parish of Moville Lower;

·         Cerehew aka Carrowhugh (it is on the western border of Carrowtrasna), Parish Moville Lower

·         Ballymacarter aka Ballymacarthur, Parish Moville Lower

·         Ballyechan aka Balleeghan, Parish Movilla Lower is on the western border of Ballymacarthur;

·         Fardrum aka Tardrum? Tardrum Cottages are about a km northeast of Greencastle in the Eleven Ballyboes, Parish Moville Lower;

·         Terry I do not know what this refers to. Although there is a Terrydrum, Parish of Tamlaght Finlagan, Barony Keenaght, Co. Londonderry, I suspect that it is part of the Eleven Ballyboes, Parish Moville Lower..

·         Greencastle is on the coast north-east from Moville, and probably within the Eleven Ballyboes, Parish Moville Lower

·         Curragh o Garry possibly Moneydarragh, Parish of Culdaff, which is on the northern border of Clare,, Parish Moville Upper

·         Ballypatton aka Ballyrattan, Parish Moville Upper on the eastern border of Clare;

·         Mechletterbeall aka Meenletterbale,, Parish Moville Lower; ,

·         Clare,, Parish Moville Upper.

 

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28982

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1725 May 31

NICOLLS-JACKSON

 Land on North side of Pill Lane lately enjoyed by Plunkett Plunkett Esq. … NICHOLLS made over to Henry JACKSON for 31 years . WITNESSED: William COLVILLE; …

 

45

203

29032

McCULLAGH

Drogheda

1725 Jun 3

McCULLAGH Occupant in Drogheda. AnneChamney

 

45

209

29052

BRADFORD

Queens

1722 Aug 8

Registry of Deeds, Abstracts of Wills Alexander BRADFORD, Ballyadam, Queens Co.

Also: Beryl Eustace Wills:

PERCY, HENRY, Esq. Codicil 8 Aug. 1722. Narrate 1 p., 5 June 1725. His will in hands of Rev. Claudius Gilbert. His daughter Hannah Percy als. Hoey. His father-[in-law] William Paul. His son-[in-law] Richard Warren [husband of testator's daughter Mary]. His grandfather Emerson.

Witnesses : George Warren, Grangebegg, Co. Kildare, gent., Rev. Alex. Bradford, Ballyadams, Queen's Co., clerk, and Henry Essington, Dublin, gent. Memorial witnessed by : Henry Essington, Terence Gorman, Dublin, gent. 45, 209, 29052 Wm. Paul (seal)

See Also ROD: 43-481-29053

 

45

392

29715

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1725 Sep 9

Hugh McCULLAGH to GAMBLE

Hugh McCULLOGH, Taylor of Randletown [Randalstown, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper], Co. Antrim & Robt GAMBLE of Islandreagh Islandreagh, Parish Grange of Nilteen, Barony Antrim Upper], Co. Antrim, farmer

 

45

424

29861

 

Leitrim

 

Btw James McCLELLAND of Mt Usher, Co. Wicklow & John IRWIN of Drumsille in Co. Leitrim, Gent… made over to IRWIN townland of Aghaville, Barony of Carrigallon, Co. Leitrin. Aghavilla

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45

440

28854

MONTGOMERY

Longford

1724 Jul 23

Image 236

BTW Richard EDGEWORTH of Edgeworthstown, Co. Longford Esq of 1 pt & Robert MONTGOMERY of Anarea Co. Monaghan Esq of the other pt. EDGEWORTH demised land held by Patrick ROACH Innholder … WITNESS: Willoughby PERRY of Edgeworthstown Merchant & Richard JACKSON of Tinenare Co. Longford, Gent …

NOTE: This Richard EDGEWORTH was the grandfather of the celebrated author, Maria EDGEWORTH

 

45

459

30026

BROWN

Carlow

1725 Oct 29

All In the Barony of Idrone

BROWN-SUMMERS

John BROWN of town of Carlow

Townlands: Clonigagh, Castle Ballue, Camicbag, Cloneghar, Cloghwater, Clonegoose, Clovegoose, Clonen, Cullen, Cranagh, Canabegg

 

45

464

30042

 

Antrim

1725 Oct 1

Land Index 1709-1738

Ballykennedy [Ballykennedy, Parish Killead, Barony Massereene Lower], Ballysculty [Ballysculty, Parish Killead, Barony Massereene Lower], Ballticonnell, Ballyrobin [Ballyrobin, Parish Killead, Barony Massereene Lower]  old and new, Ballyhill [Ballyhill Lower, Parish Killead, Barony Massereene Lower], Ballybarmis, Ballycutler, Ballynadrentagh [Ballynadrentagh, Parish Killead, Barony Massereene Lower]

ROWLEY-UPTON & ors

Image 239

BTW Hercules ROWLEY of City of Dublin Esq of 1 pt & Thomas UPTON of City of Dublin Esq. of other pt. Tripartitie release btw Hercules ROWLEY of 1st pt; Thomas UPTON of 2nd pt; Upton LEACOCK of City of Dublin Doctor of Physick of 3rd pt. … [long list of townlands in Co. Antrim containing 11,000a] … Hercules ROWLEY [SEAL] WITNESS: Thomas UPTON & Rowley HILL

NOTE: Sir Hercules ROWLEY (Bef 1679-1742) son of Sir John ROWLEY (1635-1679) and Mary LANGFORD (?-1684). In 1705, he married Frances UPTON

 

45

503

30220

WILSON, Thomas

Kings

1724 Jan 30

Beryl Eustace Wills

WILSON, THOMAS, Thornwell in Lenamarra[n], King's Co., farmer. 30 Jan. 1724. Full, 3 pp., 15 Nov. 1725. My wife Mary Wilson. My eldest son Thomas Wilson. My younger son Benjamin Wilson. My two sons Thomas and Benjamin Wilson.

My brother-in-law Thomas Bewley. My brother-in-law Mungo Bewley. My brother-in-law George Bewley. My sister Margaret Winter of Rogerstown. My brother Winter. Joseph Imnan, senr. My servant maid Sarah Widdoes. " My friends and relations viz : my brothers Joshua Clibborn, Thomas and Mungo Bewley and Joseph Inman " exors. Joseph Knott, son to William Knott. Legacy to poor Friends called Quakers belonging to Edenderry Meeting of which I am a member. " My farm of land ... in King's Co. ... on south side of the lane beginning at Monistiroris ford and so along to the Watering Pool near my dwelling-house and thence along by the mearing which was formerly the bounds between George Bewley and me leading to Ballybrittan bounds " (held by lease from Alderman Francis Stoyte). My lands about 800 acres at or near the head of Misshumeny River, in the county of Philadelphia in America. My lands at Skullkill, about 5 miles from Philadelphia, about 236 acres, and about 20 acres near city of Philadelphia, and two lots in said city. Witnesses: William Heslep, Ballymorane, King's Co., farmer, Thomas Bennett, Monasteroris, King's Co., blacksmith, John Greenhow, Rogerstown, King's Co., farmer. Memorial witnessed by : John Paddon, clerk to Wm. Barry, Dublin, scrivener, and said Wm. Barry. 45, 503, 30220 . Benjamin Wilson (seal)

 

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16

27397

JACKSON

Louth

1724 Nov 16

An unnamed JACKSON lived at Branganstown, By Atherdee, Co Louth

 

46

27

27496

JACKSON

Dublin

1711 Mar 26

Anne FOSTER widow of Richard FOSTER of 1st pt; Rev John JACKSON of Clonshagh [Clanshagh], Co. Dublin of 2nd pt & brother Thomas JACKSON lives re 50ac. Clonsagh aka Clanshagh, Parish Santry, Barony Coolock, co Dublin NOTE: FOSTER aka FORSTER. Look for connection in JACKSONs of Santry. NOTE: Rev. John JACKSON (1688-1751) and brother Thomas JACKSON (?-bef 1750)

 

46

30

27510

PIPPARD

Drogheda

1724 Aug 14

PIPARD-BIRO Bk 71 1708-1738

Btw Christopher Pippard St. George of town of Drogheda on 1 pt & James BIRD of the same, tanner. No mention of JACKSONs.

 

46

151

28081

SHIRLEY

 

1708-1729

SHIRLEY, James-DUDGEON

 

46

176

28183

JACKSON, George & Peter

Louth

1724 Oct 13

SOURCE: The Barton Estate and Lough Bawn in County Monaghan  Author(s): 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  NOTE: I believe that Margaret was a daughter of BARTON

On October 30, 1724, Richard and Margaret Tenison, living in Thomastown, Co. Louth, leased to John Woods of Lisnisk, gent., "the fourteen tates in the Ballybetaghs of Ballyfremor and Loughwene or one of them". The lease was for lives, renewable forever on payment of a fine of 20 shillings on the fall of each life. The initial lives were John Woods, Rev. Peter Jackson (rector of KillinCool, Co. Louth), and George Jackson, son of Peter, aged 12 years or thereabouts. Yearly rent was set at 150 pounds.82 By its term of lives renewable forever, this lease automatically gave John Woods a "freehold" in the property, equivalent to ownership in some respects, so that, for example, he and his heirs were eligible to help select parliamentary representatives.

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28778

 

Armagh

1724 Oct 24

STEWART et al-STEWART Glassdromin, B. Orier

Image 183

1708-1738

BTW Rev Archibald STEWART late of Acton [Acton, Parish Ballymore, Barony Orior Lower], Co. Armagh but now of Ballentoy [Ballintoy  and/or Ballintoy Demense, Parish Ballintoy, Barony Cary], Co. Antrim & Leonora his wife one of the daughters of John late Lord Archbishop of Tuam of 1st pt … lands including Glasdrummond, Parish Killevy (Upper Orior portion), Barony Orior Upper

SEE: ROD: 3-277-927 for list of similar lands.

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28803

JACKSON, John

Kilkenny

Cork

1724 Jan 18

CRAMER, John of Kilkenny, baker mentions his godson John JACKSON, son of Peter JACKSON of Kilkenny, baker, a legacy “provided he prove a good boy”. Mention of Frances JACKSON. ... his house in North word in city of Kilkenny there after for ever and made over to Green Coat hospital, in the parish of St. Mary Shannon in the city of Cork and he wills that a skillful baker be tenant in the house to make the bread for the poor. His will to be fairly engrossed in vestry book of parish of St. Mary, Kilkenny. See Eustace Wills.

 

46

369

28941

 

Sligo

 

BURTON - CORKRAN Mr Hen Corkrans House & Plot Loghcarrow a Park Ratcliff Street

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29449

 

Armagh

1725 Jul7

Lord FERRARD-BARLOW Glassdrumenagh, B Fews

Wrong # Not vol 40.

1708-1738

Image 244

BTW Henry Lord Baron of Ferrard of Beaulieu Co Louth of 1 pt & William BARLOW of City of Dublin Esq of the other. Henry Lord Ferrard for consideration of £1,000 granted to said William BARLOW lands of Glassdrumond [probably Glasdrummond, Parish Kilclooney (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower,or Glasdrumman, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Dunravy [??], half of townland Tullydonnell, part of Cornally [Carnally, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] Shermakillagh [??], Kiltebane [Kiltybane, Parish of Newtownhamilton, in the Barony of Fews Upper], Drumloghery part, Camoly part [Camly (Ball) or Camly (Macullagh), Parish of Newtownhamilton, in the Barony of Fews Upper] Cregganduffe [Creggan Duff Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], & Lurgan [probably Lurgana, Parish of Ballymyre, Barony Fews Upper], Killanbouy [??] in Barony of Fews Co. Armagh containing 2,000a & [lands in Co. Louth]

Marginalia: This mortgage mentioned in this Memorial is satisfied and discharged … by certificate under seal of Frances HUNT Widow and executrix of Edward HUNT Esq. who was executor of this mortgage and James BARLOW Esq son and heir of said mtg which bears date 17 Nov 1731 Certificate #1344

·   Glasdrummond (Glasdromainn) , Kilclooney (Lower Fews portion) Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Lower, Co. Armagh 283 A, 2 R, 6 P

·  Glasdrummond (Glasdromann) , Tynan Civil Parish, Barony of Tiranny, Co. Armagh 130 A, 3 R, 22 P

·  Glasdrummond (An Ghlasdromainn) , Killevy (Upper Orior portion) Civil Parish, Barony of Orior Upper, Co. Armagh 233 A, 1 R, 26 P

·  ·  Tullydonnell (Gage) (Tulaigh Uí Dhónaill) , Creggan Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 256 A, 3 R, 23 P

·  Tullydonnell (O'Callaghan) (Tulaigh Uí Dhónaill) , Creggan Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 588 A, 2 R, 34 P

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29369

TIPPING

Louth

1725 Jul 12

BELLEW-TIPPING

Image 19

BTW John Lord Bellew Baron of Duleek of 1 pt & Thomas TIPPING of Castletown [Castletown, Parish Castletown, Barony Upper Dundalk], esq. Co. Lough. lease: names included in lives: eldest son Thomas TIPPING & youngest son James TIPPING.

NOTE: Most likely the Thomas TIPPING (?-abt 1740) husband of Mabella STANUS or Their son Thomas TIPPING (?-1776). James TIPPING remains a mystery to me.

 

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67

29546

JACKSON, Michael

Dublin

1725 Aug 11

JACKSON-ROBINSON Book Index 1708-1729

Michael JACKSON of Pimlicoe in the Liberties of Thomas Court and Donore and Co of Dublin did demise to Abraham ROBINSON of Marrowbone Lane in the Liberty aforesaid, linen weaver all that Large Corner House & tenement being in Marrowbone lane aforesaid with the backsides behind of same containing in breadth in the rear 20’ … and in depth and in depth from front to rear 123’ mearing and bounding as follows: on the west to Roberts St, on the East to Jonathon Carr’s holding, on the south to the mill race, and on the north to a Piece of  ground now in possession of Mr. Joshua THOMAS with the appurtenances for the term of 99 years from the 29th day of September next  yearly rent of £13 WITNESSED Wm. DEVALL and William JACKSON son of Michael JACKSON. See: Jacksons of Pimlico.

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107

29709

McCULLAGH, William

Dublin

Kings

1725 Jun 3

William McCULLAGH, Merchant, Dublin of 2nd pt Re: A selling lease of 21a, part Ballyduffe, By Philipstown, Kings Co

 

47

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30266

JACKSON, George

Tipperary

1725 Nov 16

COOKE & ors Book Index 1708-1729

Knockaglass, Tipperary

 

47

234

30362

DAWSON

Monaghan

1725 Nov 27

BROWNLOW-DAWSON

Wm BROWNLOWE of Brownelowsderry [??], Co Armagh & John DAWSON of Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan, Gent… demised lands of Moghkerin and Lonebeg now in occupation of John DAWSON.

 

47

237

30382

BERESFORD, Marcus Sr.

 

1708-1729

REILLY

 

47

257

30460

GORE

Leitrim

1725 Dec 7

PARSONS-GORE

Image 138

1708-1739 Land Index Image 96

BTW William PARSONS of Gerradine Co. Leitrim Esq of 1 pt & William GORE of Headford, Co. Leitrim Esq. of the other pt … Lands in Barony Carrigallen, Co. Leitrim [Temcarrick, Carramaghan, Cullis, Drumrealy, Drumgawnagh’ Dromsnagh – as recorded in Land Index]

96

47

261

30485

JACKSON

Londonderry

Antrim

1720 Sep 28

Image 140

Earl of Antrim to MOORE Drumaheaglis [possibly Drumnaheigh, Parish Grange of Drumtullagh, Barony Cary] & Rosnashane [Rosnashane , Parish Finvoy, Barony Kilconway] WITNESSED by William JACKSON, Coleraine. Thanks to Linde Lunney and the further detective work of Nick Reddan. 1725 Dec 10

17

47

381

31070

 

Drogheda

1708-1738

SYNGE – BARTON Bk 71 A pair of old walls with Door & Door ease

 

47

469

31504

GORE

Leitrim

1726 Apr 16

GALBRAITH et al - GORE

1708-1739 Land Index Image 97

Image 247

BTW Arthur GALBRAITH of Carrigallen Co. Leitrim Esq of 1 pt William GORE of Woodford [Woodford Demesne , Parish Carrigallen, Barony Carrigallen], Co. Leitrim of the other pt…. lands in Barony of Carrigallen and also Barony Leitrim

SEE: Landed Estates. NOTE: Newtowngore to the east.

In Land Index: Drumrealy, Drumgawnagh, Dromsnagh, Bondaragh, Drumkelvy, Derenageer, Druminlass, Sonagh, Sranagarvan

 

47

493

31620

 

Sligo

1719 Aug 27

PARKE et al to ORMSBY

Image 259

BTW William PARKE of Doonally [probably Doonally, Parish Drumcliff, Barony Carbury] Co. Sligo Esq. on behalf of his eldest son and heir Roger PARKE of the 1 pt & Mathew ORMSBY of Rathlee [Rathlee, Parish of Easky, in the Barony of Tireragh] Co. Sligo for and on behalf of his daughter Isabella ORMSBY of the other part marriage on or before 28 Aug Church of Ireland & Mathew ORMSBY to give marriage portion of £600 … lands of Glancarbry [possibly Glen Upper, Parish Drumcliff, Barony Carbury]   Gortnegally [probably Gortnagrelly , Parish Drumcliff, Barony Carbury] and Mill Tunadanegh [??] Lisslahelly [Lislahelly, Parish Drumcliff, Barony Carbury]   Cooledrumin [Cooldrumman Lower and/or Cooldrumman Upper, Parish Drumcliff, Barony Carbury]   … WITNESS: Edward ORMSBY of Rathlee Co. Sligo decd & Edward ORMSBY of Ardnane [Ardnaree or Shanaghy, Parish Kilmoremoy, Barony Tirawley, Co. Mayo] Co. Sligo Gent. MEMORIAL WITNESS: Edward ORMSBY & George ORMSBY of Rathle Co. Sligo

130

47

536

31777

 

Sligo

 

TEMPLE – IRWIN The Mill…

Several Houses Gardens & Plotts of Land In Castle Street

Several Houses Gardens & Plotts of Land In High Street

Houses Gardens & Plotts of Land In Ratcliffe Street

Robt Burke Tho Short Custom House and Houses Gardens & Plotts of Ground In How Street

Houses Gardens & Plotts of Ground In Bridge Street

Houses & Gardens In Back Lane

Houses Gardens & Plotts of Ground In Holburn Street

Houses Gardens & Plotts of Ground In Stephen’s Street

165

47

539

31793

HAWKINS

Armagh

1726 May 9

HAWKINS to MAXWELL Lurgen

1708-1738

Image 285

BTW Robert HAWKINS of Lurgen [possibly Lurgan, Parish Shankill, Barony of Oneilland East], Co. Armagh Gent of one pt; John MAXWELL of City of Dublin Esq of other pt; Whereas William BROWNLOW of Brownlowesderry [??] Co. Armagh Esq by lease 6 Apr 1715 btw Samuel BROWNLOW of 1 pt & Philip BARRY now of Navan Co. Meath Gent by the name of Philip BARRY of Lurgan [probably Lurgan, Parish Shankill, Barony of Oneilland East] Co. Armagh Merchant of the other pt demised half of Lurgen known by name of Wallace’s Tenement containing 39’ front in Manor of Brownlowesderry Co. Armagh for lives of Philip BARRY, Jane his wife & John his son … £220 …

 

47

576

310289

 or 29 

BREAKEY

 

 

Researched by Ken BREAKEY Wrong number. Not in Bk 478, not 488;

 

48

39

30578

KELLY

 

1708-1738

KELLY to KELLY Cormagh

 

48

67

30676

McCULLAGH

 

1708-1729

Jas McCULLOCH to HALLIDAY

 

48

156

31192

WALKER

DOBSON

Dublin

1725 Oct 1

Image 113

Mathew WALKER of City of Dublin Goldsmith of 1 pt & Isaac DOBSON of City of Dublin Esq. & John WALKER of City of Dublin Merchant of the other pt. Part of a Quadripartite made btw Matthew WALKER of 1st pt; Simon ANYON of City of Dublin Gent of 2nd pt; Isaac DOBSON and John WALKER of 3rd pt Thomas DAVENPORT of City of Dublin Gent & James WALKER of City of Dublin Merchant of 4th pt. re: marriage btw Matthew WALKER & Mable ANYON, daughter of Simon ANYON… £500 … confirm to Isaac DOBSON & John WALKER house on Skinner Row formerly known and called Carbery Street and now divided into two or more houses formerly held by Richard MALONE & James MALONE & James CRUMPTON …

 

48

166

31069

 

Drogheda

1708-1738

SYNGE – BARTON Bk 71 A New Slated House

 

48

212

310288

or 00

BREAKEY

 

 

Researched by Ken BREAKEY

 

48

228

31456

BROWNE

 

1708-1729

BROWNE, Jane-BROWNE

 

48

290

31621

 

Sligo

1721 Jan 1

ORMSBY to ORMSBY

Image 190

Release Alexander ORMSBY demised to Jacob ORMSBY of Carrorore [??] Co. Rosscommon Gent .. quarter of land of Carroreagh [there are 6 townlands named Carrowreagh in Co. Roscommon – ORMESBY had 50a in Carrowreagh, Parish Athleague, Barony   Athlone,   Co. Roscommon] mentioned in 1930 Tithe Applotments] 104a in Moyh and Gortevarla two quarters 42ain Mitterane two quarters 28a in Co. Roscommon… Ballyfinon [aka Tullylin (Tulaigh Uí Fhloinn nó Baile Uí Fhionnáin) (aka Ballyfeenaun), Parish of Castleconnor, in the Barony of Tireragh], one quarter 19a in Rooe [possibly Roosky Beg or Roosky More, Parish Drumrat, Barony Corran] one quarter 3a in Dauras [possibly Dawros, Parish Kilmacteige, Barony Leyny] two quarters and 6a and in Carronered [possibly Carraun, Parish of Castleconnor, in the Barony of Tireragh] 5a the last four parcels being in Co. Sligo  … WITNESS of Memorial Redmond BURKE of Co. Roscommon, George ORMSBY of City of Dublin

130

48

357

31844

TIPPING

Louth

 

Lord BELLEW – TIPPING Furry Hill,

 

48

398

32001

 

Sligo

 

BERNARD - GLANVILL A Moyety of ye ground lying Wast being pt of ye ground demised by Gen Wynne

165

48

404

32034

 

Armagh

1726 Jun 9

NIXON-BERNARD Leagmoylan, B Fews Tullydonnell, B Fews

1708-1738

Image 405

David NIXON of City of Dublin Esq of 1 pt & Francis BERNARD Esq. his majesty’s prime Sergeant at law and John CUFFE of City of Dublin Esq of other pt. Reference lease btw William LUDLOW Of City of Dublin Esq. of 1 pt; Francis BERNARD Esq 8 Apr 1720  Quinquepartite  btw David NIXON of 1st pt; Arabella LUDLOW of City of Dublin spinster of 2nd pt; the said William LUDLOW and Frances LUDLOW spinster City of Dublin of 3rd pt; Francis BERNARD & John CUFFE of 4th pt; & Peter LUDLOW of City of Dublin Esq & Henry SINGLETON Of City of Dublin Esq of 5th pt. re: Marriage of David NIXON & Arabella LUDLOW … £2, 000 sterling & £1,500 capital … lands in Co. Meath (listed) … Tullydonnell [Tullydonnell (Gage) or Tullydonnell (O'Callaghan), Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] and Leaghmoylin [Legmoylin, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] in Barony of Fews, Co. Armagh; Scogginstown, Co. Meath, … Anthony NIXON father of David NIXON … lands in Co Cork & Co. Limerick …

111

 

112

 

125

48

409

32047

 

Sligo

 

BURTON – KNOX 4:2 in Rath Edmand [Rathedmond, Parish St. John's, Barony Carbury] Quarter the Slaughter house with Backside & Houses & Garden 1:3 & 4:2;27 near Lecarrow Bridge Street Eastside & Ratcliffe Street

165

48

414

32087

BIRCH

Down

 

BRIRTCH to BRIRTCH (image) Loughans – near Gilford aka BIRCH

x

48

432

32133

DAWSON

 

1708-1729

DAWSON, Thomas-SCOTT

 

48

499

32366

POOLE, Jacob

Dublin

1726 Jul 15

2 houses west-side Poole St, Liberty Thomas Court and Donore, Dublin. NOTE: Poole Street is near the Tenter fields and is a block south of Jackson Alley.

 

49

42

30622

PALMER

Mayo

1725 May 7

PALMER-GORE

Image 354

BTW Roger PALMER of Palmerston Co. Mayo Esq. & Thomas PALMER of same Esq of 1 pt & Sir Arthur GORE of Newtown Gore, Co. Mayo, Bart & William KNOX of City of Dublin Gent of the other pt. … several lands in Barony Tirawly Co. Mayo … future marriage jointure…

218

49

238

31778

JACKSON, Robert

Dublin

Queens

1726 May 6

BTW James MARTIN of City of Dublin Merchant of 1 pt & Charles STURGESS of Ballycragh Co. Dublin of other pt. Deed of Release whereby James MARTIN demised to Charles STURGESS town and Lands of Ballykin containing abt 118a Plantation measure in Barony of Cullenagh, Queens Co. late in possession of Matthew PENNEFATHER Gent  … to hold for lives of Margery BUTLER of Ballycragh Co. Dublin age 22 years or thereabouts, Joseph JACKSON aged 15 years or thereabouts son of Robert JACKSON of Tiknock Co. Dublin farmer & Henry JACKSON aged 6 years or thereabouts son of Robert JACKSON … rent of £35 … witness John PADDON of City of Dublin Clke & William BARRY City of Dublin solicitor. MEMORIAL WITNESS also Joseph ROSE. NOTE: I suspect that Ballykin is Ballyking, Parish Ballyroan, Barony of Cullenagh, Co. Laois. Tiknock, is in the Parish Taney, Barony of Rathdown, Co. Dublin – it is on the southern border of the current City of Dublin. In terms of adjacent JACKSON leases, Kingstown to the north is of interest.

 

49

284

31992

McCULLAGH

Belfast

1726 May 19

Between Jas McCulloh, Mercht, Belfast Antrim & Henry McCulloh, mercht, London. Henry purchases James' share of assets & debts due to Wine Co in Belfast (McCulloh Craford Arbuckles Company)

 

49

367

32481

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1726 Aug 4

McCULLOGH Jas to McCULLOCK  1708-1729 Dromore

Btw James McCULLOGH of Antrim Merchant of the 1 pt & William McCULLOGH of Piedmont Esq. of the other part…. For sum of 350 pounds pd to William McCULLOUGH for and in consid of arrears of rents the said William McCULLOGH is obliged to pay the Bishop of Down & Connor John HAMILTON Clerke out of the four townlands of Aghahill in consid of 209 pounds 2s due Peter Leslie Clerke for which the said William McCULLOGH has assigned over a bond and warrant of attorney effected by Archibald & Alexander STUART to said William McCULLOGH of 1,000 pounds penalty conditioned for the payment of 500 pounds doth convey all his the said James McCULLOUGHs interest to the sd William McCULLOGH for and to the articles of agreement effected John HOUSTON town of Castlestuart Co Tyrone Esq. dated 3 Nov 1718 of the two townlands of Drummore [which parish?].. also James McCULLOUGHs interest in plot of land on south side of Broad St. in town of Belfast cont in front 39 feet and extending backwards 80 feet with all the houses and buildings… more legal details of pmts… Wm McCULLOUGH not to be accountable for any more than what he receives WITNESS: John COBHAM & John ARNOLD both of Belfast Co Antrim Gent

X

49

389

32588

 

 

1708-1729

ANNESLEY, Richard-CHARLTON

 

49

410

32679

DAWSON

Louth

1726 Aug 29

CONLY-DAWSON BRABAZON, Eliz-DAWSON 1708-1729

Image 542

BTW Robert CONLY and Ignatius CONLY both of town of Drogheda merchants of the 1 pt & Thomas DAWSON of Guilford Co. Armagh [sic?] Esq.of the other pt. Quadrupartite release btw Robert & Ignatius CONLY of 1st part & John BATH of Drogheda Gent & Nicholas BATH of Drogheda Gent eldest son of John BATH of the 2nd pt Thomas DAWSON of 3rd pt and Elizabeth BRABAZON of Killely Co. Louth Widow of the 4th pt. … reciting Court of Chancery John BATH Nicholas BATH and Jane BATH the wife of Nicholas were sons and administrators of will of Luke CONLY deceased and administrators of Richard CONLY deceased the eldest son of said Luke CONLY that in 1683 Luke lent to John BATH 250 pounds and Elizabeth his wife did by deeds of release convey to Luke and his heirs two houses in Shop Street in the Town of Drogheda … John BATH and Nicholas BATH were paid 640 pounds by Elizabeth BRABAZON and confirmed lands of Painstown containing 84a in Barony Ferrard Co. Louth to hold to Elizabeth BRABAZON her heirs etc … Ignatius CONLY a subscribing witness.

 

49

489

232901

 

Kings

1726 Aug 19

NELSON et al to HOAR Parish Moylergh Bo Coolestown

Image 581

BTW Anna Maria NELSON widow and relict of John NELSON late of City of Dublin deceased & William PUREFOY of City of Dublin Esq. executor of will of John NELSON of 1 pt & Elizabeth HOAR of City of Dublin widow of other pt. In consideration of £551 paid by Elizabeth HOAR and in execution of Trust reposed in them by the will of John NELSON granted to Elizabeth HOAR the lands of Ballygarret [Ballygarrett, Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown] Cashinderrin [probably Cushina, Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown] Derymore [probably Chevychase or Derrynadarragh, Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown] containing 120a now in tenancy of William LAKE also one full moiety of Retrenchment of Richard WALLER Esq in Townland of Ballyrahin [Ballinrahin, Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown] containing 30a also ½ moiety of Retrenchment of Mr. James BANTIN in townlands of Killnantogue [either Kilnantoge Lower or Kilnantoge Upper, Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown] cont 33a. Also a moiety of retrenchment of Sir William KING and Richard WALLER Esq in townland of Fanmore [possibly Fanbeg,Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown] containing 52a also moiety of retrenchment of Sir George BLUNDELL in Clonobrock [probably Clonbulloge, Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown] cont 74a also a moiety of retrenchment of Capt John EVERS in Brackreagh [Bracknagh, Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown] and Killclonecorkarry [Kilcloncorkry Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown] cont 52a and moiety of retrenchment in Killahan [possibly Kilnantoge Lower, Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown] all in Barony of Collystown, Kings Co. then in occupation of Widow BLUNDELL and rent payable out of 26a being retrenchment of Lieut Col. William PUREFOY deceased in lands of Clonebrown [Clonbrown, Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown] in Barony Coolestown. WITNESS: Thomas CLARK Dover of City of Dublin Gent & William FRENCH clke to Henry BUCKLEY of City of Dublin Public Notary and Henry BUCKLEY. Anna Maria NELSON [SEAL] and William PUREFOY [SEAL]

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree.

157

49

512

33071

BALL

Armagh

1726 Jul 15

BALL-NORMAN 1708-1738 Raceeland aka Rathkeelan, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper],

Image 594

Btw Abraham BALL of Daver, Co. Louth Esq. Of the 1 pt & Robert NORMAN of City of Dublin Esq. & Job CHARLETON of same City Gent of the other part and the release being made between Abraham BALL and Florinda BALL, wife of the 1st part. Marriage to be between Thomas BALL son and heir apparent & Grace ACTON dau of Thomas ACTON of City of Dublin Esq.  Of 2nd pt..Urcher [Urcher, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] is included in a great long list of lands included in the marriage agreement. SEE: ROD: 16-353-7703

 

49

519

33108

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1724 Apr 30

Between Jas McCULLOH, mercht, Belfast, Co Antrim & Collonell Edwd BRICE, mecht, Belfast; transfer of right & interest in lease dated 1 May 1702 by Arthur [CHICHESTER] Earl of Donegal; half townland of Carnanee [Carnanee, Parish Ballymartin, Barony Belfast Lower], Mannor of Ballylyny, Co Antrim & also townland of Ballybought [Ballybought, Parish Shankill, Barony Belfast Lower] als Downbought in the Parish of Belfast. Witnesses: Saml MITCHELL, Cha. MACARTNEY

NOTE: The Will of Dr. Victor FERGUSON is dated 1723; he describes himself as a Doctor of Physic, and appoints Colonel UPTON and Colonel BRICE of Belfast his Trustees. "He leaves his dearly beloved son-in-law, Captain James M'CULLOGH, and his dearly beloved daughter, his wife, six of his best Chairs in his parlour, with his large Silver Salver, six Silver Spoons, six Silver Forks, and six Silver-handled Knives ; Forty Shilling per annum during her natural life to his dear sister, Mrs. CORRY of Newton; £5 to the poor of Belfast, to be distributed among them as Colonel BRICE and the Revd. James KIRKPATRICK think fit; £650 to buy

 

49

529

33155

McCULLAGH

Belfast

1726 Jul 29

Deed of Mortgage

Between James McCULLOH, merchant, Belfast, Saml McCLINTON, Vintner, Belfast & Wm McCULLOGH Esq, Paymount [Piedmount], Co Antrim to Jno WORTHINGTON. Messuage of tennement in High Street Belfast commonly known by the Sign of the Crown.

 

49

531

33169

JACKSON, William

Kings

1725 Jul 7

Image 603

JESSOP-MOLLOY

BTW Thomas JESSOP of Ballywilliam [NOTE: There are several Ballywilliams in several parishes] Kings Co. & James RUDDOCK of Killcormick [possibly Parish Kilcormac] Kings Co. Gent sole surviving trustees of William WHITTON [aka WHITTEN] late of Dooghill [probably Droughtville, Parish Drumcullen, Barony Eglish] Kings Co. deceased of 1 pt. & William MOLLOY of Dooghill Gent of other pt. reciting said William WHITTON was in his life time and at the time of his death in possession of lands of Dooghill containing 524a in Kings Co. by virtue of a demise made by Rt. Hon  Sir  Arthur SHANE of Killmore in Co. Roscommon Bart dated 10 Feb 1706 for all lives of said William WHITTON, William JACKSON and William MOLLOY and survivors … William WHITTON’ will 26 Mar 1718 made and published his will and devised to good friends Thomas JESSOP of Ballywilliam Kings Co. Gent & John DROUGHT of Cappingolan [probably Cappagowlan, Parish Killoughy, in the Barony Ballyboy],Kings Co. Gent and James RUDDOCK of Killcormick Kings Co. Gent all of townland Dooghill [als Doughill - Droughtville, Parish Drumcullen, Barony Eglish] in Kings Co. etc… his wife Anne WHITTON and after her decease to grandson William JACKSON or Grandson William MOLLOY or either of them by my trustees … once they reach age of 21 … and after their death to Grandson Constance MOLLOY …. And the issue of his body being Protestants and lawfully begotten … brother Edward WHITTON … William WHITTON soon after died, widow Anne WHITTON and grandsons William JACKSON William MOLLOY and Constance MOLLOY surviving whereas William WHITTON one of the lives was now deceased and further reciting that Thomas JESSOP and James RUDDOCK have obtained renewal of lease for life of William JESSOP eldest son of said William JESSOP in lieu of William WHITTON deceased. And reciting that the said William JACKSON and William MOLLOY have both attained age of 21 and both Protestants of the Church of Ireland and Constant MOLLOY is likewise a Protestant and whereas John DROUGH died before they reached 21 years so the Trust reverted to Thomas JESSOP & James RUDDOCK … WITNESS; Edward TRACY & Henry PALMER both of Parsonstown Kings Co. Gent

NOTE: Benthams Abstracts: William WHITTEN Drhill [aka Dooghill, Doughill] Kings Co farmer dated 26 March 1718 proved 25 May 1720. Wife Anne, Grandsons William JACKSON and William MOLLOY Grandson Constant MOLLOY Brother Robert WHITTEN William son of same – brother Edward – John, William, Thomas, Robert & George sons of same brother-in-law John ANSLOS. Cousin Thomas JESSOP

NOTE: The Townland Index puts Dooghill in Barony Eglish. My best guess is Droughtville, Parish Drumcullen, Barony Eglish

SEE Also: ROD; 87-126-60883

 

50

57

32046

 

BROWNE

Mayo

1726 Jun 13

BROWNLOW-BROWNE

BINGHAM, Henry S. –BROWNE

Not pertinent and the correct # is 32046 (I had: 32048)

 

50

77

32126

STEELE

Antrim

1726 Jun 20

ADAIR, Robert Sr.-STEELE

Robert ADAIR Sr.  of Ballymenagh [possibly Ballymena, Parish Skerry, Barony Antrim Lower], Co. Antrim of 1st pt & Alexander STEEL in said Town and County weaver of the other part

 

50

91

32183

VANCE, Wm

Longford

1726 Jun 25

VANCE-HYNES

Wm VANCE of Blenevogher, Co Longford, Gent of 1st pt & John HYNES of 2nd pt… land in town of Lanesborough., Co. Longford.

 

50

104

32232

POOLE, Jacob

Dublin

1726 Jun 29

POOLE-CHARLETON

Image 61

BTW Jacob POOLE of City of Dublin Clothier of 1 pt & Richard CHARLTON of City of Dublin Merchant of the other pt. Land on north side of Braithwait St in Libertys of Thomas Court and Donore in City of Dublin [description and another piece of ground] for lives of John HAMILTON James HAMILTON and Ann HAMILTON

 

50

108

32245

GORE

Leitrim

1726 Jun 5

CAMPBELL et ors to GORE

1708-1739 Land Index Image 95

Image 63

BTW Lettice CAMPBELL widow & relict of Josiah CAMPBELL late of City of Dublin Esq. deceased & George MARTIN of City of Dublin Doctor of Physick and Patrick ORR of Clock [?] Co. Antrim Gent surviving executors of will of Josiah CAMPBELL of 1 pt & George GORE Esq. one of the Justices of Court of Common Pleas in Ireland of the other. Reciting that Letitia CAMPBELL George MARTIN & Patrick ORR in consideration of £2012 paid by said George GORE sold lands of Cloncorick and Clooncorick [Clooncorick Parish Carrigallen, Barony Carrigallen] in possession of John JOHNSTON … Barony Carrigallen, Co. Leitrim … and [lands] in Barony Mohill, Co. Leitrim …

In Land Index: Dromerkean, Drumkelly, Drumerkain, Sromerskyan, Drumkilly,  Drumkellivich, Drumhellwick, Drumkinluan

95

50

173

32480

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1726 Aug 4

Jas McCULLOGH to McCULLOCK

Between James McCULLOH of Belfast, Co Antrim Merchant of 1 pt & Wm McCULLOCH of Piemont Co. Antrim Esq of 2nd pt. refers to lease by Rev. John HAMILTON of Ballgraffin, Co. Down & lease of Aghohill as formerly held by John O’NEIL in consideration of 750 pounds.

 

50

190

32562

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1726 Aug 15

William McCULLOCH & ors to HALLIDAY

References # 32480 Lands in Aghohill.  Mention of tenants ECHLIN, NICHOLLS,…

 

50

205

32640

WRIGHT

Carlow

11726 Aug 26

WRIGHT-WRIGHT Mortlestonne,

William WRIGHT of the town and Co Carlow, Cordwainer of one pt; Miles WRIGHT of town of Carlow of other pt. Commonly called Greenman House part of lands of Mertlestowne, bequeathed to William WRIGHT by last will and testament of William WRIGHT of Carlow. WITNESSES: John QUINN Gent McCULLOCH and William CARTER of Carlow, Sadler.

 

50

300

33099

JACKSON

Carlow

1725 Apr 7

Image 159

BTW Benjamin BURTON of Burton Hall Co. Carlow Esq. of 1 pt & John NORTON of Hacketstown, Parish Clonmore, Co. Carlow Esq. of the other pt. Whereby BURTON demised part of Hacketstown commonly called Killionick or Spooner’s Land containing 82a 5s per acre yearly rent secondly part of Captain JACKSON’s late holding adjoining the former containing 11a 26p at yearly rent of 13s per acre & present dwelling houses of John MORTON and James ROBISON and the Gardens belonging to them at rent of £3 & Garden adjoining Mr. Henry WHITESTONE’s holding and said ROBISSON’s house and Garden joining to above demised Jackson’s land all being near Hacketstown in Lordship & Co. Carlow bounded on east by High Road leading from Hacketstown to the bridge of Hacketstown & on the south by the Church Lane on the west by Ballykillane Land and on the North by said River Doreen … to hold to John MORTON for lives of him John MORTON, Edward CULLEN then aged about 9 & James CULLEN aged about 7 sons of Lawrence CULLEN of Hacketstown … WITNESS: Henry WHITESTONE & Edward LAWLOR of Carlow Gent.

 

50

313

33156

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1726 Jul 29

James & William McCULLOCH to WORTHINGTON1708-1729

Image 165

BTW James McCULLOCH of Belfast Co. Antrim Merchant & William McCULLOCH of Paymount Co. Antrim of 1st pt & James WORTHINGTON Sr. of the Upper Halls Co. Antrim farmer of the other part. Sold two new brick houses and gardens in Castle Street, Belfast with the one half of two fields containing 6a 2r  belonging to said houses …

 

50

329

33227

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1713 Feb 18

ASH-JACKSON

Capt Thomas ASH for £150 to be pd to John JACKSON intended groom and son of William JACKSON of Tobermore, Londonderry before 1 May next as portion of Sarah ASH intended bride to John JACKSON left by her grandfather Hugh RAINY (deceased), William JACKSON agreed to pay John JACKSON £30 ster yrly from 1 May out of Ballyscreen, [Parish Ballynascreen, Loughinsholin] for term of 21 years. WITNESSES: James BRICKBY, Apothecary of Magherafelt, Londonderry; Samuel WRIGHT, Gent of [Mogillin?] James JOHNSTON, Gent of Magerafelt, Londonderry; Edward MOTTLEY, Clerk, Rector. SEE: Jacksons of Tobermore.

Thanks to Mike Stewart.

 

50

378

33424

BROWN

Armagh

1714 Nov 4

WOOD-BROWN Drumleck 1708-1738

Image 212

BTW Archibald WOOD 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 Gent of 1 pt & Robert BROWN [BROWNE] of Drumleck [Drumlack, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] Co. Armagh of the other pt. WOOD demised to BROWNE all that part or parcel of land of Drumleck then in possession of Robert BROWN in parish Mullabrack, Barony of Fews… rent of 14 pounds together with sixpence and one Gallon of Brandy and Dish of Meat five [?] … WITNESS: John NORWOOD of Markethill James BROWN and Henry CUNINGHAM both of Markethill and this was also perfected by James BROWN sole executor of the above named Robert BROWN deceased in the presence of John NORWOOD of Markethill Gent & John SCOTT of Armagh Gent [SEAL] James BROWN 22 July 1726…

 

50

428

33673

BALL

Meath

1726 Jan 5

BALL-DOYNE Creekstown,

John BALL, Esq  of Loughross [Loughross, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Co. Armagh of one part and right hon Robert DOYNE Esq of the other part. Lease and release that part of the town and lands of Creekstowne now in the possession of Nicholas and Thomas KING. Containing 154a in Barony of Ratoath, Co Meath on payment of seven hundred pounds sterling interest at the rate of six pounds and cents … Witnesses by John HARVY and John DOWNING both of City of Dublin, Gent.

y

50

474

33867

 

Sligo

1726 Jan 25

BURTON – KNOX A House & Plott 2a;30p formerly held by Mr. Erwin Esq Stephen’s Street

Image 261

BTW Benjamin BURTON City of Dublin Alderman of 1 pt & Mitchelburn KNOX of Sligo in Co. Sligo Merchant of the other pt.  Demised to KNOX for rent pd house & plott of ground formerly held by John MALEY of Stephens Street [in Rathquarter aka Rathbraghan, Parish Calry. Barony Carbury]. Merchant and lastly held by John ERWIN Esq bounded on South by the Great River on the North by John JEMISON’s holding on the West with the said Street and on the East with McEATON’s holding containing 2r 30p on City of Sligo during life of Mitchelburne KNOX Margaret KNOX his wife & Catherine KNOX eldest daughter … WITNESS: John HARDY of Castleburton Co. Carlow Esq. Arthur CRITCHLY of City of Dublin Gent & William DELAP of City of Dublin merchant. Mitchelburne KNOX [SEAL]

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Cavan

1708-1739

TUITE-ROE Enagh, Castlerahan Civil Parish, Barony of Castlerahan

 

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509

34038

BALL

Drogheda

1726 Feb 20

Image 282 1708-1739

SHORE to BALL House & Garden  one Messuage one park or close

BTW Mary SHORE relict and Admin of Ald John SHORE late of Drogheda in receipt of £130 from George BALL of John’s Hill near Drogheda Esq. paid by Charles BALL of City of Dublin granted one house or Garden One Messuage one Parke or Close in the West Street of Drogheda bounded from Plunketts Land on the East to Palmer’s land on the West … more description…

 

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WALLACE

Armagh

1713 Apr 15

WALLACE to HAMILTON Muckery Ballysallagh

1708-1738

NOTE: This was supposedly in the Parish of Drumcree, Co. Armagh, but I could not find it. There are however four townlands named Ballysallagh in Co. Down.

Image 321

BTW William WALLACE of Newry Co. Down, Merchant of 1 pt & Charles CAMPBELL of City of Dublin Esq. & Charles CONGLETON Laird of [??] North Britain, Henry HAMILTON of Ballyorster [Co. Down?] Gent & John McCORMICK of Newry, Co. Down. Tripartite lease  btw William WALLACE of 1st pt; Jane HAMILTON als CONGLETON widow of James HAMILTON late of Ballygigle Co. Down Gent deceased of 2nd pt; Said Charlsr CAMPBELL, Charles CONGLETON, Henry HAMILTON & John McCORMICK of 3rd pt. marriage btw William WALLACE and Jane HAMILTON …  lands of Derricary [probably Derrycory, Parish Drumcree, Barony of Oneilland West], Derriere, Derieufe, Derrir, Derrierub Mucky [Muckery, Parish Drumcree, Barony Oneilland West], & Dorrilas in Co. Armagh .. lands in Co. Down & Co. Louth & Drogheda …

 

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JACKSON, Elizabeth

Dublin

Kings

1726 Sep 23

ASTON-ASHE Clancashin, Cloncassen, Clonmore. Bo Coolestowne

Image 369

BTW Henry ASTON of City of Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & Thomas ASH of City of Dublin Esq. and Martha ASH sister of Thomas ASH of other pt. Henry ASTON granted to Thomas an annuity of £200 issuing out of several tenements or townlands: Derrygarron [Derrygarran, Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown], Cloneafoen {Cloncassan? Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown] and Clonmore [probably Clonmore, Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown] in Barony Coolestown Kings Co. nd then in occupation of Thomas WATSON and Richard POOLE also one messuage with a back shop in North side of Skinner Rowe in Parish of St. Michael the Archangel in said City now in possession of William ASTON Merchant one piece of ground in Lattins Wood in Parish of St. Kevin Co. Dublin late in possession of James WALSH one other house lying in Stephens Green in Parish of St. Peter Co. Dublin late in possession of James [St KNIGHT?] Gent one piece to the south of the street called Temple Barr in Parish St. Andrews and Suburbs of City of Dublin late in tenure of Edmund BURLEY Brewer another parcel in the street called Temple Barr in Parish of St. Andrew City of Dublin late in occupation of Anthony ALLEN Cooper and lastly one messuage known commonly by the name the Flying Horse Inn standing on the street called Temple Barr in parish of St. Andrews City of Dublin late in the holding of Elizabeth JACKSON widow. … WITNESS: Mary FRENCH City of Dublin widow. Deborah ASH of City of Dublin spinster and Samuel COOKE of City of Dublin Esq.

NOTE: This was just before the death of a Thomas ASHE (1704-1727), son of Lt. Col. Thomas ASHE (1660-1737) and Elizabeth RAINEY (?-1728). He had a half sister Martha ASHE. SEE: Jacksons of Tobermore. And ASHEs of Ireland.

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JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1704 Dec 31

HAYES-JACKSON

Image 419

John HAYES, merchant of Dublin City to Thomas JACKSON, merchant of Dublin City of 4 houses in Fishamble Street Dublin as held by John HAYES for term as held by John HAYES except for last 2 years, at £73 from 25 March next. Note the date reads "One thousand seven hundred and four [small space] four" WITNESS: Thomas ETON of City of Dublin Gent & Thomas MULLOCK of City of Dublin Gent

Thomas JACKSON [SEAL] NOTE: Samuel JACKSON also had houses on Fishamble. I suspect the lessor is Thomas JACKSON (1680-1751), one of Samuel JACKSON’s nephews (1641-1705)

 

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JACKSON, Richard

Drogheda

1726, Dec 6

JACKSON-COOPER Bk 71 1708-1738 Book Index 1708-1729

Memorial of an Indenture of a Lease 27th August 1714 whereby Richard JACKSON of Drogheda [Drogheda St Peters ] Ald n did demise and set unto Richard COOPER of the same yeoman all that parcel of land commonly known by the name of Worrel Logh ]?] containing estimation 7 acres in the County of the Town of Drogheda mearing and bounded by the road leading to Platten [Platin, Parish Duleek, Barony Duleek Lower Co. Meath] near poor man’s Cowsey on the south Mr Francis CREWES [GREWES? GRAVES?] and William McGRORY on the west James KELLY and Robert RINGALLS holding on the north and to land then in possession of Aldn HARDMAN on the east together with the appurtenances to hold for the term of 31 years ... at the yearly rent of £4.15s. Witnessed by Joseph RENIHER [RENCHER?] Gent, Ralph ECCLESTON yeoman and Patt MEIGHAN bookseller all of Drogheda. This memorial was signed sealed and delivered by Jane COOPER widow and administrix of all and singular the goods and chattles of the above named Richard COOPER deceased in presence of said William RENCHER and William SOUCH [ZOUCH?] of Dublin, Gent. Jane [her mark] COOPER [SEAL]

Then Mike Steward did the following notes – where we differ, his are more likely to reflect the correct version of names: Richard JACKSON to Richard COOPER of parcel of ground "Worrell Lough" [7 acres] in Drogheda, with holdings of Angus CAROSY on south, GRAVES & William MAGRORY on west, James KELLY & Robert RINGALE on north, to lands of Alderman HARBINAN in east, to hold for 31 years from 1 Nov next at £4.15s ster yrly rent.

 

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Drogheda

1726 Dec 16

BANKS to BALL and BALL or BANKS St. Johns Hill 1708-1738

Image 444

BTW Benjamin BANKS of Town of Drogheda Tobaccanist lease of lives from George BALL Esq. of John’s Hill near Drogheda… 5a more or less …

 

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JOHNSTON, Eugenia

Armagh

1726 Jan 4

JOHNSTON-MAXWELL Lislooney Notes in 2009 diary Book 1 (1708-1738) 1708-1738

Image 454

Eugenia JOHNSON of City of Dublin, spinster of 1st part to Rev. Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Hall [Crearum, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh], Co Armagh Doctor of Divinity of other pt. … for £500  … list of lands incl Ballinemetagh Outragh Ballinemetagh [Ballynameta, aka Wood Park, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny,] Iteragh als Cavanapole [Cavanapole, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny] Lisslouny [Lisloony, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny]. Braghnoye [Bracknagh, Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny]  Skerry [Skerries, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny] Dromgosse [Drumgose, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny] Dromaghikeene [probably Drumahean, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny] Glassdromon [Glasdrummond, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny] Crossdalyoutragh and Crossdaly Iteragh [probably Crossdall, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny] all in Barony of Tyranny…for 500… WITNESS: William JOHNSON of Ballinemetagh Co. Armagh Esq. & Andrew CHARLTON of City of Dublin Gent & William SHERIDAN of Dublin

SEE also: 94-372-66727 for other mention of Euphemia JOHNSON.

 

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DOBBIN

Armagh

 

1723 Jan 19

CROSS TO DOBBIN Legacurry Knockbilly [??] Co Armagh

1708-1738

Image 472

BTW Leonard CROSS of Moyraverty [Moyraverty, Parish Seagoe, Barony Oneilland East] Co. Armagh Gent & Elizabeth CROSS his wife of the 1 pt & Revd James DOBBINS Rector of the Parish of Killmore Co. Armagh Clke of the other pt. in consid of 550 pounds… land then in the tenure of Leonard CALVERT and his undertenants containing 67a and ½ part of townlands of Moyraverty Manor of Kernan then in possession of Sir John TREVOR lands of Dromgar on th east and lands of William LYNUS on the west and lands then in possession of Thomas CALVERT and on the other parcel of land William WILLIAMSON … [more description of boundaries and other owners] … part of land of Legacorry [probably Rich Hill or Legacorry, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West]  then in possession of Katherine RUSSELL

 

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McCULLAGH

Kings

Dublin

1726 Jan 3

Marriage agreement – Grace PERCIVALL & John McCULLAGH.

Image 483

BTW: John McCULLAGH Jnr. of Killiegh [Killeigh, Parish Geashill, Barony Geashill], Kings Co,Gent of 1st pt.  Elizabeth PERCIVALL of City of Dublin, widow of David PERCIVALL merchant of City of Dublin, decd, of 2nd pt. Grace PERCIVALL dau of Elizabeth & David PERCIVALL of 3rd pt. Marriage to be had btw John McCULLAGH and Grace PERCIVALL. £250

Witnesses: Samuel PERCIVALL & William McCULLAGH, merchants of City of Dublin city, (article), Wm McCULLAGH & Denis DELANY (memorial)

 

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McCULLAGH

Kings

1726 Dec 12/13

 

McCULLAGH – McCULLAGH

Image 483

Lease Between John McCULLAGH of Killiegh [Killeigh, Parish Geashill, Barony Geashill], Kings Co & his son John McCULLAGH. Reciting lease 30 Jan 1700 from Rt Hon William Lord Digby Baron of Geashill to John McCULLAGH of Killeigh of houses Gardens Back sides Closes and fields formerly held by Andrew FITZGERALD & John MALKIN of Roger LAWRENCE in or near town of Killiegh part of the, plowland of Ballyneshragh [Ballynasrah Parish Geashill, in the Barony Geashill], and also 8a more of said Plowland formerly in tenure of John PARKS & Thomas GREEN and part of bog of Ballyneshragh next adjoining Derrycooinanan [probably Derrygunnigan Parish Geashill, in the Barony Geashill],, … bounded in the west by bogg of Ballinvally Ballinvally on the North and East by a new Drain to be made to the Burrow & on the South by the Burrough and Ditch btw Kings and Queens Co. all premises in Barony Geashill Kings Co. To hold for lives of John McCULLAGH, Sarah McCULLAGH his wife, & John McCULLAGH younger son of John McCULLAGH … marriage to be had btw John McCULLAGH jr. & Grace PERCIVALL. WITNESSES: Edward McCULLAGH, City of Dublin; John & Michael MALONE, Killiegh [Killeigh, Parish Geashill, Barony Geashill], (Reg. 3 Feb 1726!)

 

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Dublin

1722 Jul 18

MALONE-TAYLOR

Image 537

BTW William MALONE of City of Dublin Merchant of 1 pt & Arthur TAYLOR of Waterford Taylor of other pt. Several mortgages recited. Tenement in High Street Dublin known by Sign of the Holy Lamb wherein James MALONE Bookseller since deceased lately dwelled mearing on the east house in possession of Mathew FRENCH Gent known by the name the Sugar Loaf and late in possession of John MASSON Woolen Draper and late in possession of Robert POWELLS Ironmonger and on North to High Street … lease made by Thomas JONAS Esq. a Lunatick since deceased by his Guardian Purefoy LAM assigned to Arthur TAYLOR. WITNESS: William CANE & Richard NELSON both of City of Dublin.

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree.

 

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Galway

Kings

1726

WARD et al – WESTENRA

Clonsast Bo Cooleystowne

Image 538

BTW John WARD of City of Dublin Brewer of 1 pt & Elinor WESTENRA of City of Dublin Widow of the other pt. Quadripartite release BTW John WARD of 1st pt John WARD & Frederick FRENCH both of City of Dublin Esq. of 2nd pt Elinor WESTINRA of 3rd pt & Richard GEERING of City of Dublin Esq. of 4th pt. In consideration of £700 paid to John WARD by Elinor WESTENRA … [several lands in Galway] also town and lands of Clonsast [either Clonsast Lower or Clonsast Upper, Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown] 366a then held by Thomas GATES in Barony Cooleystown to Elinor WESTENRA …

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JACKSON, William

Dublin

1726 Apr 2

JACKSON-JACKSON Book Index 1708-1729

Btw William JACKSON of the Liberty of Donore and Co of Dublin Gent of the one part & Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff in the Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore and County of Dublin, tanner. Robert pd William 60 pounds for lease of house on south side of Cork St.in Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore... to hold for natural lives of Bernard BROWN; Isaac ROBERTS son of Robert ROBERTS of Thomas Courts Innholder and Philip MARTIN of Pimlico Merchant.

Mike Steward added to my notes:

For £60 to be pd by Robert JACKSON, William JACKSON releases unto Robert JACKSON house & backside lately in possession of Thomas [PARENCE?] on Cork St in liberty of Thomas Court & Donore, DUB, [16x85 ft] bound by holdings of MATTHEWS on south, of Bernard BROWN & Isaac ROBERTS on east, for lives of Bernard BROWN Isaac ROBERTS & Phillip [MARSIN?] at rent and renewal fines mentioned in deed. See: Jackson of Pimlico.

 

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Jackson, George

Carlow

1726 Jan 11

SMITH, ANTHONY, Carlow, carpenter.

Image 565

Anthony SMITH of Town of Carlow Carpenter demised to grandson Anthony SMITH son of Abraham SMITH lease of Maryland at Blessington [Blessington, Parish Blessington, Barony Lower Talbotstown] lease held by Lord Viscount Blessington at rent of £8. Executors: Col. Walter WELDON and George JACKSON, both of Carlow. George JACKSON [SEAL]

11 Jan. 1726. Precis, | p., 17 Aug. 1727. [P. 151 P. Beryl Eustace Abstracts.]

His grandson Anthony Smith, son of Abraham Smith. Col. Walter Weldon and George JACKSON, both of Carlow, exors. " Lease of Maryland at Blessington."

Witnesses : Will Byrne, Darby Ryan, yeoman, and John Carthone, woolcomber, all of Carlow. Memorial witnessed by : Henry Hanlon and Dennis Delany, Dublin,

gent. Geo. JACKSON (seal)

 

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Louth

1727 Apr 19

McNEIL-McNEIL Ballymascanlon

Malcom McNEAL of Ballymascanlon, Co Louth & Neal McNEAL of Belfast Co Antrim, both Gents.. refers to lease by Henry Earl of Drogheda  14 Sept 1697 re Ballymascanlon…

 

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JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin Meath

1726 Dec 30-31

BALL-JACKSON Creekstown, (Notes not transcript)

A memorial of indented Deeds of Lease and Release bearing date Respectively the thirtieth and thirty first day of December: one thousand seven hundred and twenty six made and perfected between John BALL of Loghross, Co. Armagh, Esq. of 1st part & Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. Of the other part. By which said deed and release the said John BALL for the consideration therein mentioned Did give grant bargain sell, Release & Confirm to Thomas JACKSON in his actual possession by virtue of the said lease all that tate of the old Castle of Creckstown & 106A 1R 34P of the land thereunto adjoining in the Barony of Ratbath, Co. Meath inders Rents Issues and Profitts of the same. To have and to hold the said premises with the appurtenances the said Thomas Jackson  and his heirs yielding and paying  therefore and thereout unto the said John BALL his heirs and issue for ever the yearly rent of five shillings sterling per acre for every of the said acres and after that rate for the said one Rod and thirty four perches in half yearly payment viz on every first day of May and November the first payment to be made on the First Day of May next ensuing the Date of  the said Deed of Release. Which said Deeds of Lease and Release were duly perfected on the said thirtieth and thirty first Days of December one thousand seven hundred and twenty six. . WITNESS: William CHURCH of Coleraine, Co. Londonderry, Gent; John DOWNING of City of Dublin, Gent; Henry ARKWRIGHT, City of Dublin.

NOTE: Lieut. Thomas Ball, of Fleetwood's Regt., , the father of John BALL, received grants of land in several counties of Ireland, which were confirmed under the Act of Settlement. In Crickstown, barony of Ratoath, he received "a mansion house, orchard, garden, and groves,''. They were same BALL family with leases at Urker and elsewhere in Creggan Parish. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine NOTE: Anne JACKSON, the daughter of Thomas and Jane [?], married the Rev. Ralph COCKYN (1702-1773), and their son Thomas Jackson COCKYN (?-1819) inherited the lands mentioned in this lease.

 

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Armagh

1722 Jul 31

DAWSON-STAPLES Copes Mills

1708-1738

Image 182

BTW Ralph DAWSON of Drumnakelly [either Drumnakelly, Parish Drumcree, Barony Oneilland West, or (probably) Drumnakelly Parish Seagoe, Barony Oneilland East], Co. Armagh Gent of 1 pt & Rev. John STAPLES Canon & DAWSON of Tandragee Co Armagh of other pt. & the said Ralph DAWSON & Elizabeth McLAUGHLIN of Tamogee Co. Armagh widow of 2nd pt.  .. Sir John STAPLES Baronet & Thomas DAWSON  & Elizabeth McLAUGHLIN in consideration of marriage settlement (with Ralph DAWSON) … townlands of Ballyworkan [Ballyworkan, Parish Drumcree, Barony Oneilland West] ¾ of townland Drumnakelly & ¾ of Moss or Bog belonging, 2/3 part of three equal parts of the Grist or Toll of the Water Mills known by name of Copes Mills … lands in Donegal …

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Buckley, Henry

Dublin

1727 Jul 6

CROSSWAITHE-BUCKLEY

Henry BUCKLEY, land in Blind Quay. NOTE: Not the BUCKLEY who married Abigail JACKSON.

 

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JACKSON, Margaret

Dublin

1727 Jul 5

Image 245

Btw Thomas COGAN, of City of Dublin, a taylor, of 1 pt; Margaret JACKSON, widow, of Dublin City of other pt. Reciting in consideration of £8 paid by Margaret JACKSON, tenement in which Richard GLOVER dwelt, and ground yard backside, on east side of Pembrooke Court called "Globe Alley" Parish St. Warbrough, Dublin city, for lives of Thomas COGAN, his wife Mary & Robert BACKSTON of City of Dublin perukemaker  at rents as mentioned, for ever. WITNESS: John WILLIAM & John CARER both of City of Dublin

 

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Sligo

1724 Jul 1

FARRELL to FARRELL

Image 249

BTW James FARRELL of Cooltimore [possibly Coolteen, Parish Ballysadare, Barony Tirerrill, ] Co. Sligo Gent of 1 pt & James FARRELL of the City of Dublin Esq. of the other pt and the release being Quinquepartite  btw James JACKSON of the City of Dublin Gent of the 1st pt; Elizabeth JACKSON daughter of the said James JACKSON of the 2nd pt ye said James JACKSON of Cooltimore of the 3rd pt The Hon. James Earl of Roscommon of the 4th part and the said James FARREL of Dublin of the 5th part. Whereas Thomas POOLEY Esq by indenture 20 June 1707 demised to Randal DONALDSON Victualler parcel of ground lying on the east side of Sycamore Alley in the suburbs of the City of Dublin containing in front to said Alley 30 ½’ in the Clear and running backwards to the Quakers holding on the east adjoining to Mr. John TURNERs Gable end on the South and to Mr. ROBINSONs holding on the North containing in length from east to west 70’ with the four stables Outhouses and all other buildings and improvements … to hold for next 71 years for rent of £21 per annum and duties and that whereas Daniel LOUCH Founder by indenture 24 March 1707 demised to Thomas RAILINGS Carpenter parcel of ground 29’ southward or streetward northward 26’ from the front southward to the Wall northward Westerly 86’ in length backward and likewise easterly the same in Kings Street in Oxmantowne in the suburb of Dublin bounding on the North side to Mr. Daniel LOUCH’s Garden on the west to the hose and yard then in possession of Nathanial ASHWORTH on the south to the said King Street on the east to the House and Yard of Thomas RAILINGS and then in possession of Brigadier TIFFINY with the appurtenances to hold for the next 59 years at rent of £6 annually and that whereas the said Randall DONNALDSON by deed 7 Aug 1718 for rent granted to the said JACKSON the first recited lease and the premises thereby demised & the 5 new houses then lately built thereon and that whereas the said last recited lease came to & legally vested in the said James JACKSON did agree for and as a marriage portion … marriage soon to be solemnized btw James FARRELL and the said Elizabeth JACKSON and the said James JACKSON did agree … Witnesseth that the said James FARRELL in consideration of the then intended marriage…. Released to James FARRELL of Dublin townlands of Carrowglass Carrownegaple [Carrownagappul Parish Kilmacteige, Barony Leyny] als Carrukbannagh [als Carrigbannaghan] & Cultimore [Carrowmore, Parish Shancough,?] all in Baronies of Corran and Tyrrerill [Tirerrill ] Co. Sligo to hold to James FARRELL of Dublin and his heirs… WITNESS: Bryan DERMOTT of Foxborough Co. Roscommon Gent. John CARTER City of Dublin Public Notary . James JACKSON. [SEAL]

NOTE: There are two James JACKSONs here – presumably one was the father. Could there be a Coleraine connection?

NOTE: Need to follow possible connection to JACKSONs of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath SEE: Rod: 529-296-347221. Also see: http://www.farrell-family.org/ NOTE: Shancough is on the eastern part of Co. Sligo and Co. Leitrim borders on its eastern part. Inishmagrath, and Killanummery are two Co. Leitrim Parishes on its eastern border.

NOTE: Brigadier Zachariah TIFFIN (d. 1702) was the grandfather of Anne GORE who was the wife of Richard JACKSON and the mother of Rev. William JACKSON (1737-1795) – the United Irishman.

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JACKSON, James

Dublin

1727 Jul 8

Thomas DIXON of Dublin, Mathematical instrument maker & executor for William DIXON, James JACKSON was second party re: of parcel of ground on Barry St in Oxmantown + piece of ground on Whinery's Ally near Barry street from 25 July inst during residue of terms of 70 & 61 yrs and at rents recited.

 

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Sligo

 

BURTON – DUANY A plot of ground 46’ front & 30’ in ye whole Ratcliffe Street North side

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BALL, Sarah

Wexford

1726 Feb 7

Image 281

Thomas HARDY of Coleen, Co. Kilkenny gent & Sarah HARDY alias BALL his wife of the last will and testament of Samuel BALL late of New Ross, Co. Wexford Merchant, deceased of the 1 pt & Thomas BALL of [Haughmon?] Co. Wexford Gent of the other pt. … for consid buildings and lands in town of New Ross. For lives of Joseph BALL son of Samuel BALL Arthur HARDY and Samuel HARDY sons of Thomas HARDY

 

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CONLY

 

1708-29

CONLY Ignatius – CURTIS

 

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JACKSON, William

Dublin

1726 Mar 23

JACKSON-JACKSON Book Index 1708-1729

William JACKSON Liberty of Donore, Co. Dublin Gent of 1 pt; Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff, Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore, Dublin, tanner of the other pt.  Wm JACKSON in consid of 220 pounds pd by Robert JACKSON transferred slip of land near Crooked Staff bounded as follows: on the East joining to another holding of Robert JACKSON deceased in partly with the holding of Edward COLGAN on the West. Partly to the holding of Timothy EMERSON and partly with the holding of David CARTON on the North fronting Cork Street and on the south  fronting Chambers Street and containing in breadth to the front of Cork St 28 ft or thereabouts and in breadth in front Chambers St. 38 ft or thereabouts  except the gateway as it was then leading  in the of said Robert JACKSON dec’d other holding and in length from North to South  218 feet or thereabouts on that end the said piece of Ground near Chambers St the said Robert JACKSON dec’d had one new large dwelling  house on the other and fronting  Corke St. James WHITELL carpenter tenant to the said Robert JACKSON dec’d  had built one other new large dwelling house… To hold for the lives of John SHAW, Henry SHAW & Ralph CARD. WITNESSES: Boyde & John SHAW of City of Dublin. SEE: Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff - Descendants.

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McCULLAGH

Belfast

1727 Apr 19

Jas McCULLOCH to NEIGANS

James McCULLAGH of Belfast merch of 1 pt transferred to Isabella NEIGHANS, spinster, for 236 pounds land in the North side of High St.

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35024

 

Armagh

1727 Jun 9

WEBB-JOHNSTON Finiskeen, B. Fews

1708-1738

Image 394

BTW Richard WEBB of Fannagh [??] Co. Armagh Gent of 1 pt; John JOHNSTON of Johnston Bridge [probably Johnstown, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower ] Co. Armagh Gent of the other.  … lands of Finnisheen als Finiskeen [Finiskin, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper]

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BROWNE

Dublin & Down

1727 Jun 17

DONALDSON-DAWSON

BROWNE, Benj-DAWSON

Robert DONALDSON of City of Dublin & Benjamin BROWNE of Castlehill, Co. Down, Gent, of 1 pt; Thomas DAWSON of Gilford, Esq. Of Co. Down of the other pt….all that part of Castlehill of Dromaran … life of Arabella Susanna – wife of George JOHNSTON.

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35350

 

Armagh

1727 Jul 5

BLYKE-BLYKE Ballymachy, P Cregan Drumbally, Par Creggan

1708-1738

Image 429

BTW Samuel BLYKE of Ballynaghy Parish Creggan Co Armagh Gent of 1 pt & Mark BLYKE of City of Dublin Gent of other pt. Lands of Ballynaky [probably Ballynacarry, Parish Creggan, Barony of Fews Upper]& Drumbally [Drumbally, Parish Creggan, Barony of Fews Upper] in Parish of Creggan

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JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1727 Jun 12

Image 456

RE: West Ballygelagh, parish Ballyaughran, Coleraine, co Londonderry WITNESS: William JACKSON, JP,  Circuit Court, Coleraine, co Londonderry

 

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Sligo

 

WYNNE – CALDWELL Two Plotts of ground pt of Wast Garden with a Garden formerly in Mr. Jamison’s possession

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BROWNE

Mayo

1708-1729

BINGHAM, Henry S. –BROWNE

Henry BINGHAM of Newbrooke, Co. Mayo & James BROWN of City of Dublin…

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POOLE, Richard

Dublin

1705 Aug 20

Yea and Nea street in Manor and Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore, co Dublin. Mary POOLE otherwise TAYLOR executor and widow of Richard POOLE. NOTE: I need to follow up on whether it is possible that she is connected to the TAYLOR family who married into the Jacksons of Steeple, and/or BERESFORDs.

 

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36634

HUTCHESON

Dublin

1708-1729

ADAIR-HUTCHESON

Land next to meeting place, Dublin. Not of interest

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36647

JACKSON, Henry

Kildare

1727 Jan 30

BURTSHEALTH Book Index 1708-1729

Thomas FLETCHER of Rathmore, Co. Kildare, farmer & Henry JACKSON of Osberttown, Co. Kildare in consid of 50 pounds pd by Peter BURCHEAL of Kilkeel, Co. Kildare land of 430 acres also 20 acres in possession of Garret POOLE… land in Rathmore

 

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Armagh

1727 Jul 4

JOHNSTON-SAYERS B. Fews

1708-1738

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BTW George JOHNSTON of Glasslough, Co. Monaghan Esq. of one pt. & Ann SAYERS of City of Dublin Widow of other pt. Reciting Rev Thomas WHALEY by indenture 19 May 1720 demised unto Elizabeth JOHNSTON widow and said George JOHNSTON lands of Dromconnell [Drumconwell, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] Ballynegalliogh [Ballynagalliagh, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] Citragh [??] Inislare [Ennislare, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] and [?] part of Monypattog [probably Moneypatrick, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower ] in Co. Armagh for term of 14