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

Books 341-409 Memorials of Deeds
The shading in certain cells is idiosyncratic. It is just there to jog my own memory.

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Bk

Pg

Deed

Key Names

County

Date

Transcriptions & Notes

X

341

11

227256

LATOUCHE

 

1777-1785

LATOUCHE, David-POLLOCK

 

341

82

227632

JACKSON, John & ors

Monaghan

1781 Apr 13

JACKSON & wife-THOMSON Names Index: 1777-1785

Image 51

John JACKSON of Creeve, Co. Monaghan Gent & wife Sarah BRUNKER of 1st part. Thomas BRUNKER of Bellgreen, Co Cavan of 2nd part Humphry THOMPSON of Aghentur Co Monaghan Gent & surviving exec of will of Samuel NIXON late of Rockcorry Co Monaghan, Gent dec’d... reciting indenture 13 Apr 1777 where the said Thomas BRUNKER assigned to Sarah BRUNKER now Sarah JACKSON tates of Magheraclooney known by the names of Cormaghy [?]atone Dromen and Derrymuck situate and lying and being in Barony of Farney, Co. Monaghan for term of 21 years … sold and transferred to Humphry THOMSON. WITNESS: Samuel ADAMS City of Dublin Gent Attny at Law & Robert THOMASON Aghatur Co, Monaghan. Gent. John JACKSON [SEAL] Sarah JACKSON [SEAL]. NOTE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe

 

341

82

227633

JACKSON,

Hugh & ors

Monaghan

1780 Feb 27

JACKSON & ors Names Index: 1777-1785

Image 51

Memorial of deeds of Intermarriage between Hugh JACKSON of town of Ballybay, Co Monaghan Merchant of one pt & Letitia THOMSON spinster eldest dau of Humphry THOMAS [sic THOMSON aka THOMPSON] of Aghatur, Co Monaghan, Gent. Of 2nd pt & James JACKSON of town of Ballybay, Co. Monaghan Gent & Robert THOMSON 2nd son of said HUMPHRY THOMSON of 3rd pt. Whereby the said Hugh JACKSON for considerations in the said articles mentioned and also upon the trusts therein particularly set forth .. sold to James JACKSON and Robert THOMSON the house and tenement in Town of Ballybay wherein the said Hugh JACKSON then dwelt and joining the house and concern of John CRAIG of Ballybay to hold to said James JACKSON and Robert THOMSON and the survivor of them… for term of three lives ... mentioned in lease made by Henry LESLIE Clerk to Hugh JACKSON late of Ballybay aforesaid father of the said Hugh JACKSON party thereto which said articles of intermarriage and this memorial witnessed by Samuel ADAMS of City of Dublin Attny at Law and Alexander JACKSON of town of Ballybay Co. Monaghan Gent & Thomas BRUNKER of Ballgreen Co, Cavan Gent Robert THOMSON [SEAL] NOTE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe The Humphrey THOMPSON aka THOMASON had one daughter Letitia who  married  Hugh JACKSON of Ballybay, and another daughter Isabella THOMSON who married Dr. Thomas JACKSON, son of Rev. James JACKSON of Ballyreagan, Co, Down. SEE: Jacksons of Co. Down. The intersection of these two lines of JACKSONs may prove to be revealing of other connections.

 

341

219

228177

BRADFORD

Louth

1780 Dec 15

LINDSAY to BRADFORD 1739-1810 (TI Bk 73)  Cavananore

Image 122

Rev Colin LINDSAY of Thistle, Ballymascanlon & Thomas BRADFORD of Cavananore & Nicholas SHARP of Claremount both of Co Louth Gent of the other part granted to Thomas BRADFORD & Nicholas SHARP lands of Thistle otherwise Lower Plaister [?] in said Co Louth... in grand lease of Malcolm NcNEAL of Ballymascanlon, Co Louth Esq to Rev Robert DRUMMOND dec’d Witnessed by Malcolm KENNEDY of Mount Pleasant Attorney at Law & Patrick McATTEE of Dundalk, Innkeeper. & George KENNEDY of Mount Pleasant

NOTE: Thomas BRADFORD (abt 1739-1790) husband of Elizabeth BREAKEY (1758-1844), and son of John BRADFORD (1705-1789) and Barbara COULTER (1721-1795)

 

341

220

228188

 

Monaghan

1739-1810

Lord & Lady BELMORE’s separation Book 45 (1739-1810) Cornrecarrow

 

 

341

529

230504

COULTER

Down

1781 Dec 22

INGRAM & wife-McNEIL

COULTER, Susanna-McNEILE 1777-1785

Isaac INGRAM of Co Down Publican & Susanna INGRAM als COULTER, wife of 1st pt

 

341

623

231109

JACKSON

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kings

1782 Feb 5

JACKSON-SHORTT

Image 328

Indented Deed of release between Thomas SHORT of Springfield, Queens Co. Esq, and James JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co. Esq of the other. SHORT demised to JACKSON Lands of Clonaughill [[likely Clonoghil Lower  or one of the two Clonoghil Upper or Clonoghil Upper – all in Parish Birr,] called the Hills containing ten acres, bordered on the North with Mr. Synge’s land, on the East with John WILKINSON’s land and on the south with John WINTER’s land and on the west with William SYKE’s land situated in Barony of Ballybrett [Ballybritt], parish of Birr and Kings Co., and also a plot of land on the Green of Birr containing 100’ in front measured from the corner of their new house built by the said James JACKSON… more land details ..and also that piece of ground in the square of Carsonstown in the Kings Co whereon the said James JACKSON built a house containing in front 50’ bounded on the North by Bartholomew ELLIOTT Esq. holdings,, on the East by the Glebe, on the south by the said James JACKSON’s holding and on the West by the street together with that piece of ground whereon the said James JACKSON built another house in said square beneath the Barrack containing in front 50’ bounded on the North by said James JACKSON’s holding, on the East by he Glebe, on the South by the same James JACKSON’s holding, and on the west by the street together also  with that piece of ground on the West side of said square whereon said James JACKSON built one other house in front 45’ bounded on the North by said James JACKSON’s holding, on the East by the street, on the south by said James JACKSON’s holding, and on the west by COX’s holding, which said last mentioned premises are situate, lying and being in the Square of Carsons town in the said Barony of Ballybritt and Kings Co aforesesaid…. To hold to the said James JACKSON, his heirs and Asigns for and during the lives of James JACKSON (the younger) son of the above named James JACKSON, Christopher BANKOE, son of Thomas BANKOE  of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Innholder, and George WILKINSON, son of John WILKINSON of Town and County, Apothecary… yearly rent of £58 15 6. WITNESS: Robert HARRISON. SEE: JACKSONs of Ballyboy, Kings Co. aka Offaly and JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkeiran.

NOTE: A Frances JACKSON (1810-1841) daughter of Nathaniel JACKSON married a Crawford SHORTT from Offally/Tipperary.

NOTE: Banko burials in Eyrecourt.

 

341

847

228791

DAWSON

Dublin

1781 Jul 226

DAWSON, Charles-LYNCH 1777-1785

John Dawson COATES of City of Dublin Esq....

 

342

110

228592

 

Kings

1780 Jan 27

Townland Index 1739-1810-S  Image 130

Shinrone a house and garden

William DOOLANs will

Image 64

William DOOLAN of Shinrone, Kings Co. … bequeath to son Nicholas £46 a year out of lands of Liss and Balliban and Kilcorban reserved by lease made by me to son William … his sister Catherine’s Portion and release him from any demands I might have with the Shinrone concerns. I bequeath to him the black horse and to his son Thomas my watch; Fourthly I bequeath to my daughters [??] McWILLIAMS and DONELAW £5 each; fifthly I bequeath to my daughter-in-law Mrs Anne DOOLAN and to her children in equal share about £40 which hath been in her hands some years of my stock in the malt house which she [??] and did not account with me for having given her the white Cow before; sixthly I bequeath unto my daughter Margaret [??] Messrs BENNETTs Bond and Mtg for £100 ….; I bequeath unto my executors Trust for my son John’s children 20 out of Mr DOLPHINs Bond … WITNESSES Richard DANEER; William BURTON & Jerry SHARPE. Sworn at Roscrea Co. Tipperary

 

343

436

237332

DAWSON

Down

1783 Jun 24

DAWSON, Launcelot Thomas-BRADFORD NOTES in 2009 diary 1777-1785

Between Thomas DAWSON LAURENCE of Laurencetown, Co. Down, Esq of 1st part & Henry BRADFORD of Coose in said County Linen Draper of the other part .... 37Acres 2 r 8p of Coose to BRADFORD (already in possession of BRADFORD) with water courses, wiers ... etc. & use of Mill or Mills formerly held by James HENRY & William BRADFORD [Coose, Barony of Lower Enagh, Parish of Tullylish, Co. Down] ... life of Henry BRADFORD & William ATKINSON eldest son of Miles ATKINSON of Laurencetown linen draper & William M’CREIGHT son of David M’CREIGHT of Gilford, Gent in presence of John BRADFORD of Tullylish, Linen draper Gent per George BRADFORD of Coos (or Coross) in said Co. Down, Linen Draper. In presence of George BRADFORD & William CROZIER of Tandragee, Co. Armagh attorney at law.

 

343

471

237609

BIRCH

 

1783 Jul 14

BOYD to BIRCH

x

343

520

237913

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1783, Sept 12

CLARKE to JACKSON Ballyassey [possibly Ballygasey, Parish Loughgall (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] Ballynewry, Co Armagh

Image 273

Record of an Annuity made between Henry CLARKE of Loughill [probably Loughgall, Parish Loughgall (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West]  in the County of Armagh Esq. on the one part and Robert JACKSON of Ballynewry [Ballynewry , Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] in said County esq of the second part. Whereby the said Henry CLARKE did in consideration of a debt of two hundred and fifty pounds  Sterling due to Robert JACKSON by the said Henry CLARKE the receipt whereof is thereby acknowledged give and grant unto the said  Robert JACKSON his heirs  ... one Annuity or yearly rent charge of one hundred pounds sterling due and payable out of the lands of  Blundell’s Grange [Grange Blundel, Parish Grange (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] in the County of Armagh  held by said Henry CLARKE under the Right Honorable James Earl of Charlemont by virtue of a lease for lives ... Henry CLARKE made out clear title to Lands of Annaghmore [Annaghmore, Parish Loughgall (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] WITNESS: William SCOTT & Andrew PRENTICE of Town & Co. Armagh. Henry CLARKE [SEAL]

SEE (probably): Jacksons of Tobermore. Or Robert JACKSON (1728-1821) of City of Armagh and environs (See STANLEY descendant residing at Blundel’s Grange: 1850 Apr 25 ROD: 1850-9-165

 

344

29

229661

JACKSON, Thomas

Meath

Cavan

1775 Nov 24

Image 23

BTW John GORDON formerly of Kings Court Court, Cavan but then of Greenan, Parish Drumconrah, Co. Meath, Gent of 1 pt. Rev. Arthur FORBES of Dumconrah, Co. Meath, clerk of the other pt. Reciting Rev. Joseph CLERKE of Cabra Castle, Co. Cavan & Mervyn PRATT Esq. of Cabra Castle  by indenture 24 Nov 1775 demised to John GORDON land in Kings Court, Co. Cavan containing in front to the Great Street 130’ and in depth 546’ also one park part of Lands of Dunaree Co. Cavan containing 6a Barony Corrgary [currently Parish Enniskeen, Barony Clankee] containing 1a and part of bog of Cortubber [aka Cortober, Parish Enniskeen, Barony Clankee, Co. Cavan] for term of 3 lives. Set to John GORDON all that part of Corgarry [Parish Enniskeen, Barony Clankee, Co. Cavan] then in possession of John GORDON containing 8a 1r 26p for lives of Walter GORDON the younger brother of said John GORDON age 14 & Thomas JACKSON 3rd son of Thomas JACKSON of Lisnaboe Co. Meath then about 9 years. John GORDON indebted to Arthur FORBE… John CRAIG of St. John’s Rath Co. Meath and Alexander CRAIG of Arthurstown Co. Louth … WITNESS: Ross M’CANN of Dublin City Gent & Owen CONOLLY of Co. Meath, Farmer

SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe

NOTE: Mervyn PRATT was the g-g-grandfather of the Rev Mervyn PRATT (1807-1890) husband of Madeline Eglantine JACKSON (1816-1899)

 

344

47

229823

JACKSON, George

Louth

1781 Nov 15

POE Names Index: 1777-1785

Btw Rev George JACKSON of Stabannon, Co Louth & Elizabeth JACKSON otherwise TAYOR his wife of the 1 pt & Samuel POE of Poes Court Co Louth Esq of the other… George JACKSON in a deed 8 Dec 1770 obtained lease in his own name for lands in Lazy Hill City of Dublin [descry & other names included]… SEE: JACKSONS of Steeple

16d

344

122

230321

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1781 Jan 2

John CHAMBERS of Anne St City of Dublin, Factor of 1st pt & Mary WALKER widow of Joseph WALKER of sd City of Dublin Esq deceased of the 2nd pt & Henry JACKSON City of Dublin Merchant of rd pt. in consid of an intended marriage £500 pd by Henry JACKSON to John CHAMBERS & Henry JACKSON did make over to John CHAMBERS Ground on the North side of Pill Lane with the dwelling house lately occupied by Michael HAM Glover…

16d

344

137

230429

JACKSON, George

Waterford

Cork

1782 Jan 16

CORNWALL Names Index: 1777-1785

Image 90

Btw George JACKSON of  Glenbegg, Co Waterford Esq. of 1 pt & Robert CORNWALL of City of Dublin Gent of the other. For consideration mentioned JACKSON transferred to CORNWALL half plowland of Killivalligh in North Liberties of City of Cork …  [many lands listed – all in Co. Cork] WITNESS: Edward HENEGAN of City of Dublin Gent & William McEVOY City of Dublin Writer. George JACKSON [SEAL] SEE: Jacksons of Glanbeg.

16d

344

144

230471

JACKSON, Ann

Dublin

1782 Jan 27

HOYLE Names Index: 1777-1785

Image 94

Anne JACKSON of Chamber Street to Martin HOYLE lands at Raheny late in possession of Thomas TUCKEY from 1/11/1782 for 47 years + 6 months. Cont 11 acres 20 perches

SEE: Annotated transcription: 1782 Jan 22.

16d

344

232

231168

SHAW

Down

1780 Oct 18

SHAWs of Co. Down.

Image 142

Andrew SHAW gave to son Samuel SHAW holding in Ballanagarich, Parish Drumbo Co. Down … sons Andrew SHAW, John SHAW, Mathew SHAW James SHAW and William SHAW … daughters Janey HOY or SHAW [husband William HOY, son Andrew HOY]  … Mary SHAW, Ann SHAW

18

344

265

231403

OLIVER, Thomas

Limerick

1782 Apr 12

OLIVER, Thomas - CAREW

 Thomas OLIVER dec’d of Bristol, Esq. & Charles KNIGHT of Limerick.

 

344

346

231914

LATOUCHE

 

1777-1785

LATOUCHE, David-LATOUCHE

 

344

586

234117

COULTER

Tyrone

1785 Feb 19

COULTER, David-MOORE 1777-1785

Image 322

Marriage btw David COULTER of Lis[??]gowly, Co. Tyrone Merchant of 1 pt & Robert WATSON, John MOORE Richard MOORE and Jane WATSON daughter [to be married to David COULTER] of the said Robert WATSON of the other part and all of Castlecaulfield Co, Tyrone … £100 marriage portion … David COULTER possessed of lease 13 Nov 1781 btw Hamilton GORGES of Kilbrew, Co. Meath Esq. & the said David COULTER of Balligawley Co. Tyrone  [land sold to cover marriage portion] .. WITNESSES: John McIVOR James THOMPSON of Dungannon Innkeeper. Robert WATSON [SEAL]

 

344

587

234122

JACKSON, William

Cork

1781 July 14

HAYMAN & ors Names Index: 1777-1785

Image 322

BTW Wm JACKSON Esq Youghal, Co. Cork Esq. then Mayor of 1st pt.

Jane HAYMAN, daughter of Alderman Samuel HAYMAN, deceased of 2nd pt Rev. Atkin HAYMAN and Thomas GREEN of 3rd pt.;. Alderman Thomas GREEN of 3rd part. Share of the lands of Coolafanery, Barony Imokilly Co. Cork. Also 1/3rd pt of house in Town of Yoghall where John GUNLET then lived. Also £2.10 yearly payable to her out of a house in Youghall wherein John HAIG Esq. lived … to hold to said Aitkin HAYMAN & Thomas GREEN and their heirs and for the several uses intents and purposes

NOTE: Marriage agreed between William JACKSON Esq. Of Youghal, Co. Cork and Jane HAYMAN NOTE: For JACKSON-HAYMAN connections see:: Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross, Volume 1. William Maziere Brady

NOTE: The Council Book of the Corporation of Youghall, from 1610 to 1659, from 1666 to 1687, and from 1690 to 1800, p502 Alderman William JACKSON was elected Mayor 29 June 1780. Benjamin Mordock JACKSON, James Mordock JACKSON, Strettle JACKSON were admitted as Freemen at large. Several other names of interest. See also the Google source: The Council Book of the Corporation of Youghall, from 1610 to 1659, from 1666 to 1687, and from 1690 to 1800,

 

344

605

235556

TIPPING, Edward

Louth

1783 Mar 13

TIPPING to TIPPING 1739-1810 (TI Bk 73) - Earls Quarter

James BAILLIE of Ineshargee Co Down Esq &  & Edward HILL of Cavendish now of City of Dublin Esq of 1st pt Edward TIPPING of Ballurgan Parish Co Louth Esq of 2nd pt &  Francis TIPPING eldest son and heir of  by Edward TIPPING by Cather HALL his wife… all of lands of Ballurgan abt 200 acres in Barony Dundalk, Co Louth

NOTE: James BAILIE (1724-1787) husband of Anne HALL. Edward TIPPING was his brother-in-law.

16d

345

 

hunch

OLIVER, Isabella

Tyrone

Armagh

1781 Jun 23

DILWORTH OLIVER

No DILWORTH in 1777-1785 Grantors Index.

Richard by Divine Providence Lord Archbishop of Armagh, Primate and Metropolitan of all Ireland. To our beloved in Christ, the Rector and Curate of the Parish of Derryloran [Parish Derryloran (Upper Dungannon portion), Barony Dungannon Upper, Co. Tyrone] in our Diocese of Armagh, Greeting WHEREAS Andrew Dilworth of Mullagherry [possibly Mullaghacreevy, Parish Donaghmore, the Barony of Dungannon Middle, Co.Tyrone] in the Parish of Donaghmore in the County of Tyrone and Diocese of Armagh farmer of Derryloran [Derryloran, Parish Derryloran (Upper Dungannon portion), Barony Dungannon Upper, Co. Tyrone] and Isabella Oliver of Cookstown [possibly Cookstown, Parish Derryloran (Upper Dungannon portion), Barony Dungannon Upper, Co. Tyrone]  parish and County aforesd Spint being contracted and promised to each other in Holy Matrimony (as alleged) do earnestly desire Marriage to be had and solemnized between them: Therefore we give and grant to you or either of you, in whom we very much confide, our Licence and Authority to solemnize the said Marriage with all due Speed between the said Andrew Dilworth and Isabella Oliver provided that the same be done in the Face of the Church of the Parish of Derryloran aforesaid, between the Canonical Hours by the Express Consent of their Parents or Guardians, (if any they have) and that there is not any just Cause or Impediment to hinder the said marriage by Reason of any Precontract, Consanguinity, Affinity or other lawful Cause whatever. In Testimony whereof, we have caused the Seal of our Cosistorial and Metropolitan Court of Armagh, to be affixed to these Presents. Dated the 23 Day of June 1781 See Family Tree of: OLIVERs of Tattykeel.

 

345

89

232259

OLIVER, Andrew & William

Armagh

1782 June 10

OLIVER, Andrew - OLIVER, William 1777-1785

Image 52

NOTES:  Deed between Andrew OLIVER of Newtownhamilton [NOTE: The town is in the townland of Tullyvallan, Parish of Newtownhamilton, Barony of Fews Upper],  Co. Armagh, distiller of the one part & William OLIVER of Tullysarren [Tullysaran, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Co. Armagh Gent of the other part. Andrew OLIVER has a lease from the Rev. & Dr. Hugh HAMILTON, Dean of Armagh of land in the town of Newtownhamilton for 5 shillings pd by Wm. OLIVER he [?] assigns the annuity or yearly sum of £30. Mention of trust for Andrew, wife Elinor & mention of children (unnamed) SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

 

345

89

232275

DICKIE, Charles

Antrim

1782 Jun 17

Image 53

Francis JOY of Randlestown [Randalstown, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper], Co. Antrim Gent of 1st pt; & James DICKIE and Charles DICKIE both of Hollybrooke [possibly Holy Well, Parish of Antrim, in the Barony of Antrim Upper], Co. Antrim - linen drapers of the other part. Reciting deed of release Francis JOY in consideration of £50 sold to James DICKIE & Charles DICKIE all that field or park of land at Randalstown with said Francis JOY reclaimed off the Mill dam containing 3a together with the ground in front opposite to said land and the Heap of Stones then lying therein … WITNESS: Alexander MITCHEL of Newgrove Co. Down Linen Draper & William ADAMS of Randalstown Co. Antrim Merchant James DICKIE [SEAL] Charles DICKIE [SEAL]

 

345

267

233136

Jackson, James

Kildare

1780 Jun 11

Image 145

Hereby Richard LEVINGE of Calverstown Co. Kildare Esq leased to Henry JACKSON of Davidstown Co. Kildare Thicksett Weaver in his actual possession part of lands of Calverstown containing 10a 34p in Parish Davidstown Barony Narranraban Co. Kildare … for lives of Samuel JACKSON son of Henry JACKSON, Caleb JACKSON son of William JACKSON of Calverstown Thickset Weaver and Richard JACKSON son of James JACKSON of Davidstown Cordwainer for term of 31 years … yearly rent of £14. WITNESS: John LONG of Calverstown Woolcomber & William LYNCH Servant to Richard LEVINGE & George LOG & William DUNPHY City of Dublin Gent. Henry JACKSON [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Athgarven & Kineagh & Monestrevan Co. Kildare for likely links.  For a link to Caleb JACKSON see: ROD: 491-427-320540 . Also Thrifts Abstracts: Caleb JACKSON of Dolphins barn weaver be admitted free of this Corporation [weavers] by Grace Especial on payment of Two Guineas.

 

345

386

233879

McCARTER

Drominikin

 

JAMES to McCARTER  1739-1810

(TI Bk 45)

x

345

472

234406

DAWSON

Down

Monaghan

Down

1782 Dec 19

DAWSON, James-MAXWELL

James Earl of Clanbrassil of 1st pt James DAWSON of Union Lodge Co Down Esq of 2nd pt Walter STEEL of Candlefort Co Monaghan Esq of 3rd pt Zachariah MAXWELL of Dundalk, Co Louth Esq of 4th pt & William OGLE of Newry Co Down Esq of the 5th pt…. 5 tates f land in Co Monaghan…

16d

345

473

234407

DAWSON

Down

1777-1785

DAWSON, James-MAXWELL -  same names as above

16d

345

596

235325

JACKSON, William

Limerick

1783 Feb 23

FERRAR Names Index: 1777-1785

 William JACKSON of City of Limerick, Gent of 1st pt… lands in parish of St Mary, City of Limerick

16d

346

18

230027

JACKSON, Richard

Armagh

1781 Nov 27

FERRALL Names Index: 1777-1785

Image 17

BTW Richard JACKSON of Forkhill [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper] Co. Armagh Esq. & Daniel FERRALE of City of Dublin Corn [Chande]. Tenement on south side of King St near St. Stephen’s Green in suburbs of City of Dublin late in possession of Sarah DOHERTY deceased and then in possession of Daniel FERRALE together with a small messuage or tenement behind the same late in the possession of John DODD deceased and then in possession of Daniel FERRALE with yard and house east to said premises containing in depth from front to rere 88’ 4” in front 19’ 4” and in rere 22’ 4”. Bounded on the east by John WORTHINGTON’s holding on the west with Samuel HOPES holding on the south with John SWEETMANs holding and on the North with the King’s pavement

 

346

66

230363

JACKSON, Ellen

Waterford

1781 Dec 3

JACKSON-JACKSON  Names Index: 1777-1785

Ellen JACKSON, spinster granted to George JACKSON, one of her brothers, 1/4 part of the Townlands of Glaubeg [Glanbeg], Ballygally, Coolishal and Ballyduff Ultra in the Barony of Coshmow and Cosbride, County Waterford, for the sum of 4,000 pounds to be paid to Ellen JACKSON by George JACKSON. WITNESSES: Thomas CRAWFORD & Walter Croker POOLE.  Dawn  SEE: JACKSONs of Waterford & Cork and JACKSONs of Kilkenny.

 

346

81

230381

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1782 Jan 10

McCULLOGH Alexr to WHITE

Alexander McCULLOGH bricklayer of 1 pt. Land on east side of Drogheda I St Mary’s Abbey, City of Dublin

16d

346

97

230659

JACKSON, Richard

Kings

Westmeath

1781 Sep 10

MOOREHEAD-JACKSON Names Index: 1777-1785

John MOOREHEAD, Gent of Cumagher, Co. Westmeath, father of Sarah JACKSON [nee MOOREHEAD], eldest daughter & bride grants a marriage portion of 400 pounds to Richard JACKSON, Gent, Groom of Millmount, [aka Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown], Kings. Co. Mary JACKSON, Widow, of Millmount [aka Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown], Kings Co. mother of Richard JACKSON by Deed dated 7 Sept 1781 granted to Richard JACKSON 140 acres land of Moneteroris or Millmount [aka Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown], King's County. WITNESSES: Philip NORTH, Gent of Dublin; Thomas COLLINS, Gent of City of Dublin. NOTE: See also #247106 NOTE: See also #247106 SEE: Jacksons of Ballygibbon, Co. Kildare

 

346

130

230937

Jackson, Richard William

Kings

1782 Feb 18

Image 76

Richard William JACKSON of Dublin Gent was a witness to the will of Edward DON of Thoronmoor Kings Co. farmer

18

346

175

231199

McCULLAGH

 

1777-1785

McCULLOH Alexr to BRITTAIN

 

346

520

234447

BAILLIE

Louth

1739-1810

SIBTHORP to BAILIE Trea, Tray(TI Bk 73)

x

346

579

235138

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1779 Jul 7

JOHNSTON & wife to McCULLOCH (TI Bk 73) Roach 1739-1810

Image 306

BTW William JOHNSTON and Christian JOHNSTON otherwise WILLIAMS his wife of Drumill, Co. Armagh of 1 pt & William McCULLOCK of City of Dublin Esq of the other pt. Land lately in possession of Michael CALLAGHAN part of undivided lands of Courtbane [Courtbane, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] … from expiration of lease by Trevor WILLIAN late of Courtbane deceased to James CALLAGHAN late of Glassdruminally [probably Glasdrumman, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] Co. Armagh … WITNESS: Owen CALLAGHAN of Coolville Co. Armagh Gent & Eneus MALEY of Creggan, Co. Armagh. & William McCULLOCK the younger of City of Dublin Esq.

x

347

241

232067

BREAKEY

Derry

Monaghan

1782 May 18

BREAKEY, Josiah and THOMPSON  1768-1784

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

Breakey to Humphrey Thomson & another. 18/5/1782; 31/5/1782.  Isaiah Breakey of Milford – Humphrey Thompson & William Breakey of Drumskelt.  Derry & Millmore 31/5/1782.

Image 464

Btw Isaiah BREAKEY of Millford, Co. Monaghan, Linen draper of 1 pt  & Humphry THOMSON of Aughanter, Co. Monaghan & William BREAKEY of Drumskelt Gent of the other part. lands of Derry & Millmore Co. Monaghan … Isaiah BREAKY [SEAL]

 

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241

232068

BREAKEY

Monaghan

1782 May 31

BREAKEY, John & THOMPSON  1781

Image 464

Btw Isaiah BREAKEY of Millford, Co. Monaghan, Linen draper of 1 pt & Humphry THOMSON of Aughanter, Co. Monaghan & William BREAKEY of Drumskelt Gent of the other part. Reciting among other things that the said Isaiah BREAKY is seized  & possessed ot the lands of Derry & Millmore Co. Monaghan by virtue of a lease from John KERR Esq. for the term of 21 years with a clause of perpetual renewal & desirous of settling on his children…. Made over to Humphry THOMSON & William BREAKEY the town and lands of Derry & the town & lands of  Millmore then in the possession of  the said Isaiah BREAKY and formerly in the possession of John MEGENOUGH containing in the whole 84 acres three roods or thereabouts Irish Plantation measure. With one half of the turf bog of Millmore then occupied by the tenants on the said lands of Dery. To hold the same unto the said Humphy THOMSON & William BREAKEY and the survivor of them. WITNESSES: Samuel ADAMS of Dublin Attorney at Law and William ANDERSON of Millford, Co. Monaghan Linen Bleacher.

Breakey to Thompson. 18/5/1782; 31/5/1782. John Breakey of Milford, linen draper; William Breakey, Milford, linen draper. Lisnagalliagh.

16d

347

242

232269

McMURRAY

Monaghan

 

McMURRY to THOMPSON  1739-1810 (TI Bk 45) Drumgaveny

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347

286

232489

DAWSON

 

1782 Mar 15

DAWSON, Launcelot Thomas-BRADFORD NOTES in 2009 diary 1777-1785

Same names & info as in 343.436.237332

 

347

352

233220

JACKSON

NORTH

Meath

1782 Sept 13

NORTH-DRAKE  Jacksons Hall, Westmorland

A Memorial of a deed poll btw Miles NORTH of Jacksons Hall, Westmorland and now of City of Dublin Esq. & Columbus DRAKE of Drakerath, Co Meath Esq. that it be referred to Gorges LOWTHER of Kilbrew, Co. Meath Esq. & Matthew CORBALLY of Sydham in sd co. Esq.to value the lands of Drakerath, Co. Meath the estate of Miles NORTH & what the lands are worth...NOTE: Connections to JACKSONs. SEE: Miles NORTH (1738-1795) SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine. These lands came from Samuel JACKSON in 1706.

16d

347

406

233659

BARTLEY

Monaghan

1782 Oct 26

BARTLY,  Joseph to SMYTH  1768-1784 1739-1810 (TI Bk 45)

NAMES: Samuel SMYTH of town of Monaghan; Joseph BARTLEY of town of Monaghan, reedmaker; James HUNT; John ELLIOTT; George KIERAN; Richard CROSS; William NOBLE; John WARREN. OTHER PLACES: Clonniss Street, Monaghan; Mullaghmonaghan; Mullaghadun.

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347

415

233758

OLIVER, Jane

Limerick

1782 Aug 19

OLIVER, Jane - WALLIS   1777-1785

...Silver Oliver Limerick

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347

550

235128

JACKSON,

Margaret & husb

Down

Armagh

1783 Feb 11

RICHARDSON Names Index: 1777-1785

 A Memorial of a deed of ease and release btw Johnston LOCKART and Margaret LOCKART otherwise JACKSON his wife both of Holywood in Co. Down of the 1 pt. Margaret LOCKART transferred to Wm RICHARDSON his heirs etc all that part and parcel of land in the townland of Dunvalley & Corr [Corr and Dunavally, Parish Loughgall (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh],  in Co. Armagh situate in the parish of Loughgall & Manor of Charlemont…original lease held by Rt Hon James Earl of Charlemont. Witnessed by John RICHARDSON of Moy Co. Tyrone & Wm LOCKART of Charlemont

16d

348

119

232439

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1782 Jun 24

McCULLOH Alexr to SCOTT 1777-1785

Image 66

Alexander McCULLOH bricklayer of City of Dublin of 1 pt & John SCOTT of City of Dublin House Carpenter. Land on lower Ormond Quay

 

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124

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JACKSON, Thomas the elder & Rose

Antrim

1782 Jun 27

His will Names Index: 1777-1785

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

Ballyguillan, Ballynadrenttogh [Ballynadrentagh, Parish Killead, Barony Massereene Lower] and Tythes Parish Killead Barony Massareene

Hollywell- Hollywell farm

Thomas JACKSON the elder’s will

Image 69

Thomas JACKSON the elder formerly of Holywell [Holy Well, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper] but now of town & of Antrim. Last will: First: Confirm marriage settlement with my wife Rose JACKSON intitled to annuity of £30 payable out of any part of premises I was entitled to at time of marriage and further a Cow if I should have one at time of decease and also half of what household furniture I shall have at time of my death only my Escrutore which I leave to my son Thomas JACKSON 2ndly I leave to my two granddaughters [only one named] Rose JACKSON the other half of my household furniture and the sum of £250. 3rdly I leave to my granddaughters Rose CLARK and Elinor CLARK the sum of £40 each … 4thly I leave to my son Thomas JACKSON my freehold lease of Hollywell during his natural life after his decease to his lawful issue … then to son William JACKSON … and failing lawful issue then to daughter Rose JACKSON … 5thly to my two sons Thomas JACKSON and William JACKSON lands of Ballynadrumlagh [Ballynadrentagh, Parish Killead, Barony Massereene Lower] and rectorial tythes … 22 Oct 1772 … WITNESS; William HOLMES, Hugh O’REILLY Robert YOUNG both of Town & Co. Antrim & Hugh O’NEILL Linen Draper … Thomas DAWSON of Conn Carmony Co. Antrim farmer.

SEE: JACKSONS of Steeple Not yet sure where she fits in. Possibly SEE: Jacksons of Tobermore.

d

348

225

233022

JACKSON, Thomas Scott & ors

London

1782 May 8

ADAIR & ors Names Index: 1777-1785

Image 123

Btw Margaret ADAIR of Soho Sq, Parish of St Ann, Liberty of Westminster now the wife of [Thomas] BERNARD of Lincoln Inn Co. Middlesex Esq of 1 pt; Alexander ADAIR of Halfmoon St Parish of St. George Hanover Sq. Co. Middlesex Esq & Robert BATESON of Mortimer St, Parish of St. Mary le Bone Co. Middlesex Esq of the other part.  Release being of the parts made btw Thomas BERNARD of 1st pt & Margaret ADAIR of 2nd pt. Alexander ADAIR & Robert BATESON of 3rd pt & James ADAIR Serjeant of Law and Recorder of the City of London and Thomas Scott JACKSON of London of 4th pt. [transferred land is alluded to but not given a name]  WITNESS: Richard KIRBY son [in-law?] to Robert BATESON & Benjamin TURNBULL son [in-law?] to Thomas BERNARD

NOTE: Thomas Scott JACKSON b. 1740 d. 1791 (of Bedford Sq. buried Bunhill Fields), a banker, married in London Mary KEATING 16 Aug 1770 at St. Olave Hart St., London, daughter of Michael KEATING. SOURCE: thepeerage.com. NOTE: ROD: 432-108-280217 A Mary KEATING is described as a sister of Benjamin Murdock JACKSON. If she was a sister-in-law, this is a fit, although she seems to be a daughter of a Henry KEATING. I suspect that a Benjamin MURDOCK is also related to the JACKSONs. See also: ROD: 637-203-436724

NOTE: Thomas Scott JACKSON only surviving son of Thomas Scott JACKSON died 7 June 1807at Vizagapatam, Madras. SOURCE: Morning Post 15 Dec 1807

 

348

353

23395?

JACKSON, Richard

Armagh Dublin

1782 May 1

JACKSON-COUGHLAN Names Index: 1777-1785

Richard JACKSON of Forkhill Lodge Lodge [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper]  Co Armagh demised to Michael COUGLAN of City of Dublin, Timber Merchant, lands on east side of Church St. [Oxmantown] With a stable and forge for lives of Richard JACKSON and his sister Suzanna BARTON, widow & Julian Eliza BARTON her daughter, spinster Witnessed by Reily Wright TEMPLETON & Hugh Mill BUNBURY both of City of Dublin, Gent. SEE:  Richard JACKSON (1722-1787) SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

348

435

234627

JACKSON, Anne & ors

Roscommon

1782 Dec 12

JACKSON & ors Names Index: 1777-1785

Image 229

BTW Sir Anthony KING of City of Dublin, Knight Executor of will of Thomas HOGGART [?] late of City of Dublin, Clothier deceased of 1st pt ; Ann JACKSON of City of Dublin, widow daughter and heir at law of Thomas HOGGART of the 2nd pt & Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Merchant & John SUTTON of City of Dublin Esq. of 3rd pt. Reciting deed of release 23 Mar 1759 btw Nicholas FITZGERALD of City of Dublin Lieut in General WALDEGRAVES [?] Regiment of Horse of the 1 pt & Thomas HOGGART of the other pt. in consideration of 1,000 pounds released to HOGGART 2/4s of land of Killeane, Barony Athlone, Co. Roscommon 478a arable land.. land released to Richard JACKSON John SUTTON… Anthony KING [SEAL] NOTE: There may be a connection to  JACKSONs of Pimlicoe See mem # 234626. And/or JACKSONs of Coleraine

SEE ALSO: Bethams: Thomas HOGGARD City Dublin Clothier 25 Feb 1759 proved 30 Oct 1759; Son in law William DONALDSON

Daughter Isabella DONALDSON wife of the above; Daughter Anne JACKSON

Grand-daughter Elizabeth DONALDSON

Brother William HOGGART

Son-in-law Thomas JACKSON

Children of Thomas JACKSON [and Ann]: Elizabeth, John, Richard, Thomas, Joseph

 

348

570

 

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JACKSON, George

Tipperary

1782 May 21

Townland Index 1777-1785 “C” Image 91

WHITE-JACKSON

Image 297

BTW William WHITE of Roscrea Co. Tipperary Gent of 1 pt & George JACKSON of Fancroft Kings Co. Mason of the other pt. Demised part of lands of Cleybonane in Manor & Lordship of Roscrea then in his possession containing 48a 1r 11p bounded on the North by the River Brusna & Lisnageragh Lands, the Lands of Dromakinan on the East with part of lands of Loughaneavotta n possession of undertenants of Daniel CROLLY and Tim Henry BIRCH and part of Cleybonane in possession of Isaac WOOD on the south with the river of Roscrea … for lives of William WHITE Margaret WHITE otherwise HARTT his wife and William HARTT Eldest son of Knockballymeagher Co. Tipperary Gent … WITNESS: Hector VAUGHAN Gent & Joseph DWYER Clothier both of Roscrea. William WHITE [SEAL]

 

349

169

233427

DICKIE

Louth

1782 Oct 7

SIBTHORPE to DICKIE 1739-1810 (TI Bk 73) Cloonaleenan

NAMES: Robert SIBTHORPE of Newtown; Robert DICKIE of Clonaleenan; Alexander McCOMBE; Rev. Alexander McCOMBE; Elizabeth Lady Viscountess Dowager BOYNE; John WARBURTON of Dublin; John KENNEDY; John MURPHY; William KELLY.

d

349

185

233545

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1778 Nov 24

McCULLAGH, William - McCULLAGH Notes in 2009 diary 1777-1785

Between William McCULLOGH of townland and Parish of Rasavan [possibly Rasharkin], Diocese of Connor, Co. Antrim of 1 pt. & Samuel McCULLAGH of same.

 

349

280

234169

SALE, Abigail

Dublin

1782 Sep 20

Image 476

BTW George CRUICKSHANK of City of Dublin Attorney at Law of 1st pt & Alexander CROOKSHANK Esq. & George SALE Merchant both of City of Dublin of 2nd pt & Abigail SALL aka SALE of City of Dublin spinster of 3rd pt. Reciting that William CLARKE by indenture 1718 Nov 15 demised to William NICHOLS piece of ground on south side of Pill Lane containing  front to rere 57’ including the wall to the lane bounded on the east to other ground owned by said William CLARKE on the South & West to ground set by said William CLARKE to Mrs.  .. granted to said William SALE Robert Ballentine …. And that the same having become vested in William SALE late of City of Dublin Gent deceased 10 Jan 1774 for lives of [Royalty] and Thomas JOHNSTON and Thomas TAYLOR and also reciting that Henry PERRY Esq. by indenture 4 July 1722 demised to John HARVEY tenement on North side of Dolphins Barn containing in breadth in the front 48’ in depth front to rere 63’ bounded on East by Mr. John FALKNERs holding, on the West by John BROWNEs holding on the North to the City Water Course commonly called the Pipe Water & on the South to Dolphins Barn aforesaid … also reciting that Jacob POOLE by indenture 14 Feb 1722 demised to William BOTTOM all the 6 small houses with their backsides situate on the south side of Dolphins Barn bounded on the North to the Kings pavement on east and south to Mr. BOARDMANs holding and on the west to Mr. POPKINs holding for lives of Emerson PERCY Hester POOLE & Elizabeth POOLE … and George CROOKSHANK was seized of lands  of Cranleaghbegg otherwise Cranlabogg 140a Co. Longford.

NOTE: Abigail SALE married George CRUICKSHANK firstly, and then married Henry JACKSON of Grange Cottage, Birr, Kings Co. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkeiran.

NOTE: The BOARDMANs and Jacob POOLE are names to track in terms of other relationships with JACKSONs

NOTE: Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt

18

349

287

234198

McCULLAGH

 

1777-1785

McCULLOGH James to CAVENA

 

349

317

234355

 

Kings

1782 Oct 30

Townland Index 1739-1810-S  Image 130

Shinrone a house and garden [Shinrone, Parish Shinrone, Barony Clonlisk]

SMITH-SMITH

Image 495

BTW Ralph SMITH the elder of Shinrone, Kings Co., Gent of 1 pt; Aquilla SMITH of Glasshouse Kings Co. only son of Ralph SMITH of other pt. Reciting John BALDWIN late of Corolanty Kings Co deceased, by indenture 22 May 1742 demised to Ralph SMITH the town and lands of Galsshouse [?] Clonfad & several townlands containing 390a 2r in Barony Clonlisk Kings Co.. Reciting that Ralph SMITH was seized of part of lands of Killconnihinmore containing 64a 2r in Barony Lower Ormond Co. Tipperary by lease 21 Feb 1769 by John SHEPPARD Gent Dwelling House and Garden in Town of Shinrone, Kings Co. by lease 10 Feb 1777 and also part of lands formerly held by John KEENA from Anthony FLOOD containg 6a 3r 20p near town of Shinrone Barony Clonlisk, Kings Co. by deed from Sir William PARSONS Bart & John LLOYD Esq. for 3 lives renewable  … WITNESS: James CARROLL & Evan LEE both of City of Dublin Gent. Ralph SMITH [SEAL]

 

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352

234602

LATOUCHE

 

1777-1785

LATOUCHE, DAVID-OSBORNE

 

349

355

234626

JACKSON, Anne & ors

Dublin

1750 Jul 4

JACKSON & ors Names Index: 1777-1785

Sir Anthony KING, executor of estate of Thomas HOGGART, Clothier, deceased of Dublin sold to Richard JACKSON, Merchant of City of Dublin and John SUTTON, Merchant of City of Dublin ground in the Tenter Fields near Crooked Staff, County Dublin for the residue of a Term of 41 years. Ann JACKSON, Widow & daughter of Thomas HOGGART. WITNESSES: Henry BETAGH & Thomas ARMSTRONG, clerk to Henry BETAGH. Dawn SEE: JACKSONs of Pimlicoe

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350

102

233984

DAWSON

Down

1782 Oct 20

DAWSON, Launcelot Thomas-BRADFORD NOTES in 2009 diary 1777-1785

Between Thomas DAWSON LAURENCE of Laurencetown & Benjamin BRADFORD of Coose, Co. Down, yeoman ... land in Kinnan late in the Tenor of Moses PARKER with Mill & 10 acres 15P (more description of land & responsibilities) ... lives of Benjamin BRADFORD, Charles ORR jr. [NOTE: Husband of Sarah BIRCH] son of Charles ORR of Lisnasissy, Co. Down, Linen Draper & Kennedy COGHAM son to John COGHAM of Gilford, Co. Down, Linen Draper for term of 45 years.

 

350

178

234939

HOUSTON, Joshua, Jane & Anne

Dublin

Armagh

1780

Jan 29

Two Tenements.Toole’s Tenements Gardens Backsides & Bog &c. Abbey Street, City of Armagh.

NOTE: I had looked at this because of ROD 508-23-327817 which indicated a connection btw HOUSTONs & OLIVERs. It was btw Joshua HOUSTON, Merchant of City of Dublin of 1 pt and Jane HOUSTON spinster of City of Dublin administrix of Ann HOUSTON late of City of Dublin deceased of the other part. The description made no mention of OLIVERs, although the rest of the details matched other HOUSTON deeds connected to Tooles tenements.

LDS

350

228

235677

 

Wicklow

Dublin

1783 Feb 21

John CASH & ors – TUDOR & ors

Image 125

Indenture re marriage of John CASH of Dublin bookseller and Isabella TUDOR 2nd daughter of Richard TUDOR of City of Dublin Goldsmith. Richard TUDOR & [Michael] MILLS of Dublin Bookseller as Trustees for said Isabella TUDOR & her said intended husband John CASH … £800. WITNESS: William WILLIAMS of City of Dublin notary & John WILLIAMS his clerk. William WILLIAMS of City of Dublin notary & John WILLIAMS his clerk. NOTE: I presume Isabella TUDOR  was a daughter of Thomas TUDOR, and hence she was a sister of Charlotte JACKSON née TUDOR.

SEE: Descendants of Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin & Delgany, Co. Wicklow.

 

351

22

234449

BRADFORD

Louth

1739-1810

SIBTHORP to BRADFORD (TI Bk 73) Cavananore

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351

159

235441

JACKSON, James

Kings

1783 Mar 4

DONNELL Names Index: 1777-1785

Image 401

Btw James JACKSON of Parsonstown [Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt]Kings Co Gent of the 1 pt &  John DONNELL Merchant of the town of Clonmel Co Tipperary of the other pt. James JACKSON demised to DONNELL the Dwelling House in the town of Clonmel late in possession of Maurice HANNAGAN bounded on the east by Daniel LEARY’s tenement on the east by Catherine WHITEs & on the south by John KEARNYs Warehouse and fronting on the main street of Clonmel for term of 99 years SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran and JACKSONs of Spinians.

TOWNLANDS

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

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

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

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

16d

351

302

236335

DAWSON

 

1777-1785

DAWSON, Walter-STEEL

 

351

404

236993

PUREFOY, William Poe

Cork

1783 Feb 27

Image 526

Lands held in trust

 

351

486

237454

JACKSON, Thomas

Down

Dublin

1783 Jul 24

CATHERWOOD JACKSON Names Index: 1777-1785

Image 566

Btw Alexander STEWART & Robert STEWART (his son) both of Newtownards Co Down Esq. of he 1 pt & Thomas JACKSON City of Dublin Taylor of the other  part for consid STEWART transferred to JACKSON parcel of land on North side of Francis St #9,Thomas JACKSON made over to William Catherwood JACKSON of City of Dublin Taylor his eldest son… more decr Newtownards SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down – although I have yet to enter him. Also, see: Irish Equity Reports Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery and the Rolls Court. Volume 13 NOTE: Thomas JACKSON initially leased the land on Francis Street in 1770, and demised a portion to Gilbert JACKSON (?- aft 1800) who had it in: ROD 407-282-271472. I still need to find which Thomas JACKSON this was.

16d

351

500

237538

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1783 July 29

Image 574

Property in Essex St, Dublin; Hon John BUTLER leased to Margaret FIERNANS, Widow of Dublin in 1769; now her rights legally vested in John FERNS merchant of Dublin; he is leasing to James JACKSON of Dublin China Merchant

 

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520

237732

JACKSON, James

Kings

1781 Nov 28

Image 585

BTW Sir William PARSONS of Birr, Kings Co. Bart of 1 pt & Thomas SHORT of Springfield, Queens Co Gent of other pt. .. plot of land in Green of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],  containing 100’ in front measured from corner of the new house built by James JACKSON of Birr…. Parish of Birr, Barony Ballybritt, Kings Co. … lives of James JACKSON younger son of above-named James JACKSON, Christopher BANKOE son of Thomas BANKOE of Birr Innholder and George WILKINSON son of John WILKINSON of Birr, Apothecary. … WITNESS: Miles CARROLL and John PIGOTT.

NOTE: Banko burials in Eyrecourt.

 

351

520

237733

JACKSON, James

Kings

1780 Nov 29

Image 585

BTW Sir William PARSONS of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co. Bart of 1 pt & Thomas SHORT of Springfield, Queens Co Gent of other pt. … granted to Thomas SHORT part of lands of Clonaghill [likely Clonoghil Lower  or one of the two Clonoghil Upper or Clonoghil Upper – all in Parish Birr,]  called The Hills 10a … [see above] lives of James JACKSON the younger Christopher BANKOE son of Thomas BANKOE of Birr Innholder and George WILKINSON son of John WILKINSON of Birr, Apothecary ….

NOTE: Banko burials in Eyrecourt.

 

351

520

237734

JACKSON, James

Kings

1781 Sep 5

BTW Sir William PARSONS of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co. Bart of 1 pt & Thomas SHORT of Springfield, Queens Co Gent of other pt. … ground in the square of Parsonstown … bounded on North by James JACKSON’s holding … lives of James JACKSON the younger Christopher BANKOE son of Thomas BANKOE of Birr Innholder and George WILKINSON son of John WILKINSON of Birr, Apothecary …. WITNESS: Edward LOWRY … Justices John LLOYD & Robert JACKSON

NOTE: Banko burials in Eyrecourt.

 

352

25

236126

JACKSON, Strettle

Kildare

Kings

Cork

1782 Sep 24

No image available. The images on line start at page 89.

Robert ARMSTRONG of Athy, Co. Kildare, by right of Sarah ARMSTRONG otherwise STRETTLE a distributing share of the assets of Joseph DEVONSHIRE who died intestate and who was a first cousin of Sarah ARMSTRONG. Robert & Sarah ARMSTRONG (ors STRETTLE) for natural love they bear their children Christian ARMSTRONG, Sarah ARMSTRONG + Juliana ARMSTRONG + 10s granted and made over to Strettle JACKSON + Richard HOLMES of Boliart [possibly Bolart North or Bolart South, Parish Kilmanaghan, Barony Kilcoursey,]  £3000 part of their share upon trust to provide income for the marriage portions for the daughters

 

352

253

238011

 

 

1783 Sep 26

EDGEWORTH, Lovell-THOMPSON

 

352

279

238121

McCULLAGH

Monaghan

1739-1810

MONTGOMERY to McCULLOUGH Book 45 (1739-1810)  (TI Bk 45) Crieve

 

x

352

319

238395

JACKSON, Rev. Robert

Antrim

1783 Aug 24

Crossle notes

BTW Anne KELSO of Dunmurray [probably Dunmurry Parish of Drumbeg (Antrim portion ), or Dunmurry, Parish Shankill, Barony Belfast Upper], Barony Belfast Upper] Antrim Spinster of one pt & Rev. Robert JACKSON of Dunmurry of the other pt. Parcel of land on south side of Castle St Belfast containing in length at first next side street 56 feet backwards on east side next the passage leading to the Mall 212 feet and in tenure of Peter GOLAN of Belfast merchant and later of James CARSON.

 

352

469

239767

COULTER

Fermanagh

1771 May 25

COULTER, James-COULTER

COULTER, David-GRAHAM Notes in 2009 diary1777-1785

James COULTER of 1st part; David COULTER of 2nd part & Robert GRAHAM on behalf of daughter Anne, 3rd part. .. marriage had been solemnized … James COULTER then made over lands of Keeranbeg whereon the said James then dwelled, the Mill of Keeranbeg with 8 acres of land and his interest in the lands of Coolnasillagh for term of 7 years … interest in lands of Lurganboy, Lott Gare & Darkeybanes together with the Mountain of Tully known by the name Altaveage, situate in Barony of Clonkelly, Co. Fermanagh … WITNESS: Archibald GRAHAM of Gladeston [??], Co. Armagh, Gent & Francis GRAHAM of Slush Hill [Slush Hill, Parish Aghalurcher, Barony of Magherastephana], Co. Fermanagh, Gent.

NOTE: Clark’s Quarry is in Slush Hill.

 

352

506

(torn)

RUTHERFORD

Monaghan

1739-1810

RUTHERFORD to RUTHERFORD  (TI Bk 45) Cadagh

x

353

23

235890

JACKSON, Richard

Kildare

1783 Apr 2

Image 306

MOOREHEAD Names Index: 1777-1785

BTW Richard JACKSON of Rabbitfield Co. Kildare to John MOORHEAD of Milltown Co. Dublin famer whereby the said Richard JACKSON in persuance of a former agreement with the said John MOORHEAD surrendered the lease said John MOORHEAD made to Richard JACKSON of the lands of Milltown Co. Dublin  and disclaimed all rights … of the said lease made to said Richard & wife joining in a bond together with said John MOORHEAD for sum of 250 to be given to said MOORHEAD as soon as said bond was paid & all costs… WITNESSES: William GEOGHEGAN of [Nanga?] Co. Dublin Yeoman & John KIRWIN of Rabbitfield Co. Kildare Yeoman … Richard JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: Sarah MOOREHEAD daughter of John MOOREHEAD was wife of Richard JACKSON  SEE: Jacksons of Ballygibbon, Co. Kildare 

18

353

62

236254

DAWSON

 

1777-1785

DAWSON, Charles-HOLMES

 

353

68

236328

OLIVER

Monaghan

Armagh

1783 Apr 28

SWANZY-OATES NOTES in 2009 diary. 1777-1785

OLIVER, Joseph -OATES

Between James SWANZY of Swanville, Parish of Clontibrett, Co. Monaghan administrator of Richard SEAVER, dec’d of the one part & Mary DOBBYN otherwise OATES widow; Elizabeth PRENTICE, otherwise OATES widow; James McWILLIAM & Anne McWILLIAM otherwise OATES his wife. Joseph OLIVER and Jane OLIVER otherwise OATES his wife & Letitia STONE otherwise OATES widow of the other part … reciting … demised unto said Mary DOBBYN, Eliza PRENTICE, James McWILLIAMS and Ann his wife Joseph OLIVER & Jane his wife & Letitia STONE all that part of the townland of Ballinahonebeg [Ballynahone Beg, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh]  now in the tenure and occupancy of John OATES and his undertenants as the same is meared and bounded as formerly held and enjoyed by his father Thomas OATES … term of 17 years from 1 Nov 1781 in trust  and for the sole us and benefit of the said John OATES & his lawful issue possesses in the will and codicil of Thomas OATES, the said John’s father (more description included – I may need to order this deed) WITNESS: Samuel SWANZY, Gent Attorney. Thomas PRENTICE, merchant both of Armagh, Co. Armagh. See also Mem# 296013 SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

 

353

382

239585

JACKSON, James

Monaghan

1783 Oct 20

BUCHANON & ors – JACKSON Ballybay,

Image 495

BTW Robert BUCHANNON William BUCHANNON & Adam BUCHANNON of Caddagh Co. Monaghan farmers & John BUCHANNON of Town & Co. Monaghan apothecary of 1 pt & James JACKSON of Ballybay Co. Monaghan Gent. Lands of Caddagh otherwise Cadaoghroe Co. Monaghan by virtue of lease by Rt Hon Viscount Massarene to Moses Rutherford then of Caddagh and since deceased … reciting lands of Caddagh since enjoyed by Adam RUTHERFORD son of Moses the lessee or by Robert RUTHERFORD son of Adam and now held by Robert William Adam & John BUCHANNON to James JACKSON … WITNESS: Hugh JACKSON of Ballybay Merchant & Robert McCULLOGH of Town of Monaghan Schoolmaster and James BANAN of Ballybay Lapper of Brown Linen all in Co. Monaghan Robert BUCHANNON [SEAL]

SEE: Lisnaboe JACKSONs.

16

354

15

235989

JACKSON, William & Richard & ors

Longford

1783 Apr 25

BOND Names Index: 1777-1785

 Btw Wm JACKSON of Cologue, Co Longford  Gent & Richard JACKSON eldest son of 1 pt & George BOND of Lisnonah Co Longford.

16d

354

158

237141

JACKSON, Thomas

Wicklow

1783 Jul 2

LAMB Names Index: 1777-1785

Btw Thomas JACKSON of Collierstown Co Dublin but now of the City of Dublin Esq of the one pt Reciting deed of release that Thomas JACKSON for consid made over to Hall LAMB (in his actual possession) part of the town and lands of Spinians which was at the time of the execution of the TILLES lease in the possession of James JACKSON of Spinians Co Wicklow farmer and formerly in the occupation of Thomas SHERLOCK cont 11 acres 3 roods of land Plantation measure be the same as James JACKSON held in Barony of Talbotstown Co Wicklow… for and during the natural lives of  William RAWSON eldest son of  Richard RAWSON of Baltinglass Co Wicklow Publican and Thomas JACKSON 2nd son of William JACKSON late of Baltinglass Butcher and Hannah RAWSON otherwise JACKSON wife of the sd Richard RAWSON [ original lease executed  by Rev Richard BALDWIN Dr in Divinity & provost of Trinity College and said James JACKSON). SEE: JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass.

NOTE: William JACKSON & Anne RIGGS parents of Thomas JACKSON.

TOWNLANDS

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

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

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

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

16d

354

201

237515

JACKSON, Thomas

Limerick

1783 Jul 29

LYONS Names Index: 1777-1785

Thomas JACKSON of Fanningstown, Esq & James LYONS of City of Limerick Merchant.

16d

354

457

239707

JACKSON, George

Tipperary

1784 Feb 9

SMITH Names Index: 1777-1785

George JACKSON of Knockingglass Co Tipperary Esq.

16d

355

13

236255

BROWNE

Monaghan

1773 Nov 5

BROWN-GRAHAM GRAHAM to BROWN & BROWN to GRAHAM– townland index Ednafirkin, Ednefereen NOTES in 2009 diary. 1739-1810 (TI Bk 45)

John GRAHAM of Ballinagory, Parish of Kilmore, Co. Monaghan of 1st part; & William BROWN of same of other part … reciting that the sd John GRAHAM acquits said William of all demands for diet, clothing and schooling and learning him his trade and also give him as his share of or divide of the effects of his father James BROWN dec’d the whole right and title of that part of Ednafirkin that he the said James BROWN in his lifetime was entitled to … William did bind himself in £100 never to molest or sue claim or demand from John GRAHAM, Jane GRAHAM or any of his brothers or any other part of the assets of the family or the leases of Glines or Ballinagenageny that James BROWN  in his lifetime was possessed of which agreement is witnessed by John CHURY [?] and Robert BROWN both of Ballingary in said County & Henry WILSON of Legacorry in said County.

 

355

336

240020

RUTHERFORD

Monaghan

 

RUTHERFORD to RUTHERFORD  1739-1810 (TI Bk 45) Cadagh

x

355

465

241686

COULTER

Down

 

COULTER, Joseph- RANSON 1739-1810 (TI Bk 73) Ballyregan

x

355

475

241759

JACKSON, Thomas

Kildare

Dublin

1776 May 3

BRUNTON Names Index: 1777-1785

Thomas JACKSON and Isabella JACKSON otherwise BRUNTON his wife acknowledged receiving from Elizabeth BRUNTON widow and Administrix of Robert BRUNTON deceased by the hands of Thomas BRUNTON, the sum of 150 pounds in payment of Isabella’s share or proportion of  the effects of her late father the said Robert BRUNTON deceased who died intestate. WITNESS: Thomas LEE of Kilteel, Co. Kildare, farmer & William BRUNTON of Collinstown Co. Dublin, Gent. Memorial WITNESS: William BRUNTON of Collinstown Co. Dublin, Gent  & Abel CARTER of City of Dublin, Gent. NOTE: If Thomas JACKSON was one of the JACKSONs of Kildare (one of the Kildare trees), he may have been a son of Richard JACKSON and Ann BEECHAM. NOTE: Collinstown may be Collierstown, hence Thomas JACKSON son of William JACKSON and Anne RIGGS is a possibility.

LDS

355

480

241829

OLIVER

Tyrone

Armagh

1784 Feb 14

HASARD-PRINGLE 7 tates part of will Notes in 2009 diary

BTW Richard HASSARD of Garden Hill, Co. Fermanagh Esq., of the 1st pt & William PRINGLE the elder of Caledon, Co. Tyrone of 2nd ptl & Frances PRINGLE, widow of Rev. Robert PRINGLE late of Madden, Co. Armagh Clke of 3rd pt & John PRINGLE Gent eldest son and heir at law of the 4th pt  & William PRINGLE the younger & Robert PRINGLE the two younger sons and Dorothy PRINGLE the only daughter of the 5th pt as joint tenants with the person so deceased … mention of 7 tates Enough [Enagh, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh],

Lisbanoe [Lisbanoe, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh],

Kennedies [Kennedies, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh],

Aghavilly [Aghavilly, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh],

Lislea, [Lislea, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh]

Killynure [Killynure, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] &

 Magherarville [Magherarville, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion)] conveyed in a trust for a term of 200 years after paying rent to Vicars Choral and Organist of St. Patrick’s Armagh ... lands of Dowgry aka Dowgrey [Doogary, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny] the jointure of Frances PRINGLE  WITNESS: John MACULLAH of Caledon, Co. Tyrone & William DONELLY of Caledon Barber . NOTE Lands connected to my OLIVERs.

LDS

356

20

237795

JACKSON, Peter & ors

Antrim

1783 Aug 27

HARPUR Names Index: 1777-1785

 Btw Peter JACKSON of Steeple [Steeple, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper], Co Antrim Gent of the 1st pt; Luke JACKSON of the Parish of Connor [Connor] in same Co Gent; of 2nd pt & Wm HARPER of Doagh [Doagh, Parish Grange of Doagh, Barony Antrim Upper] Antrim Innkeeper of the 3rd pt leased part of Young’s farm in Lisngiggl [possibly Lisnagreggan, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper]  lying on the west side commonly called the lower side of the turnpike leading from Antrim to Ballymeena… 20 acres 20 perches. WITNESSES: John  READ of Macdam in parish of Donegar [Donegore] Gent; William CAMPBELL of Craigyhaw [possibly Craigy Hall, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper], parish of Antrim Linen weaver SEE: JACKSONS of Steeple

16d

356

53

238168

JACKSON, William & ors

Clare

1783 Oct 17

YOUNG Names Index: 1777-1785

William Marcus JACKSON of Clondonagh [??],, Co Clare

16d

356

101

238622

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1783 Nov 17

PEARSON Names Index: 1777-1785

John PEARSON of City of Dublin Merchant demised to William JACKSON of the Upper Coombe painter Dwelling House and premises in Dolphins Barn Lane then in possession of Wm JACKSON cont in front to said street 18 feet and front to rere 54 feet 4 inches. For the natural lives of the said William JACKSON the lessee and Charles JACKSON his youngest brother & Henry JACKSON of Cavan Street Dublin Ribbon weaver. WITNESS: John SHERIDAN; Thomas KATHRENS SEE: JACKSONs of Pimlicoe

16d

356

128

238803

JACKSON, Richard

Longford

Leitrim

1783 Nov 26

GLEADOWE NEWCOMON Names Index: 1777-1785

William JACKSON of Calorege[?] Co Longford Gent of 1st pt; Richard JACKSON of Calouge eldest son & heir apparent of sd William JACKSON. & Andrew CARLTON of ?glass, Co Leitrim of one pt & Sir William Gleadowe NEWCOMMEN of the City of Dublin Baronet of the other part. Demised town and lands of Calouge otherwise Callouge to NEWCOMMEN incl Windmill Hill Steoatstown & Tananere all in Co Longford

16d

356

271

240097

McCULLAGH

 

1777-1785

McCULLOCH Willm to Langd ROWLEY

1

356

332

240441

McCULLAGH

 

1777-1785

McCULLOGH Willm to BLOOMER

1

356

367

240064

DAWSON

 

1777-1785

DAWSON, John-WALSH

1

356

377

240735

McCULLAGH

 

1777-1785

McCULLOUGH Thomas to HARRIS

1

356

399

240954

JACKSON, George

 

 

M’CARTHY Names Index: 1777-1785

1

356

451

241408

JACKSON, Thomas

Wicklow

1784 Jun 5

BOLTON Names Index: 1777-1785

Thomas JACKSON of [Kittle?] Co Wicklow Grazier of the 1st pt;  Mary SAXSMITH of City of Dubln widow of Thomas SAXMITH late of the same City deceased, grocer. Of the 2nd pt; Peter BOLTON Cabinet maker & John LEWIS Gazier both of sd city of 3rd pt…. Mary demised all the House on Hammond Lane in City of Dublin together with the bakehouse backshed… [more description of land and names of neighbours] NOTE: Mary SOCKSMITH was a widow who married Thomas JACKSON: SOURCE: Monumental Inscriptions from St. Marys Church, Crumlin, Co. Dublin. See: Dublin Marriages, NOTE: SEE: JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass., Co. Wicklow. See also Mary’s separation from Thomas JACKSON: Memorial # 264706 in 1788

16d

356

575

24630?

JACKSON, Richard

Meath

1785 May 11

COOBAN CARR Names Index: 1777-1785

Memorial of a release btw Thomas BURROUGHs Esq one of the Masters of His Majesties Court of Chancery of Ireland of the 1st pt;  The Rt Hon Third Earl of Howth Hamilton GORGES of City of Dublin Esq of 2nd pt Richard JACKSON of Forkhill [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper] Co Armagh Esq. and the Rev Bigoe [Henzele?] of Dunshaughten Co Meath Clk of the 3rd pt; Hamilton GORGES of Dublin Richard JACKSON Bigoe HENZELE and Hamilton GORGES of Kilbrew in pursuance and execution of  powers and authorities in them vested by a certain act of parliament and Decree in the said Deed recited… lease and release to Richard Cooban CARR his heirs and assigns Towns and Lands of Thomastown and the Reisk and also that part of the Lands of Smithston lately in the possession of  Elias CORBALLY and also the lands of Pallastown lately in the possession of Henry SKELLY and then in possession of Matthew CORBALLY in Co Meath [tons of witnesses] SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

16d

357

186

21257

 

Monaghan

1739-1810

BRUNKER-BRUNKER Book 45 (1739-1810)  Creeve

SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe

1

357

241

240107

JACKSON

SANDYS

Meath

1783 Feb 28

SANDY-DANIEL & ORS

Image 447

Long lease involving trusts Abraham SANDYs of Dublin Clke,  & Alice SANDYs, otherwise WADE his wife the 5th daughter of John WADE late of Clonebroeeny Co Meath deceased of 1st part; Esther WADE of City of Dublin, widow & mother of Alice of 2nd part. …. Parcel of land of West side of Dawsons St near Stephens Green, City of Dublin. … 19’ in front to Dawson St. &`134’ front to rere … to the south to holdings formerly of Mr. JACKSON  on the north ground formerly held by Daniel BASELY timber merchant [more description of boundaries and neighbours] and also one Messuage one Backside and one Garden with appurtenances situate in Ballybin Co. Meath together with Park of Land lying on north side of Ballybin called known by the name of Segraves Park and one Moiety of the Impropriate Tythes of Cookstown Hammerstean the Rath Creekstown and Ballybin otherwise Ballybrin Co. Meath together with appurtenances to hold to the said Daniel & Williams KEENAN … upon trusts therein mentioned by Abraham SANDYS made over to KEENANs Towns and Lands of [Coltodstown]  [Cornelstown? Carlanstown?]  & Weystown [Waynestown,] with appurts … £1,800

NOTE: There is likely a JACKSON connection between Abraham SANDYS and Rev. Edwin Sandys JACKSON.

 

357

417

241500

JACKSON, Peter

Dublin

1776 Jul 15

Will of Prudence COOTE, Dublin Widow. One of the witnesses was Peter JACKSON, Dublin, Esq., Attorney of H.M. Court of King’s Bench in Ireland.

 

357

551

242238

BIRCH

 

1784 Feb 24

ONEAL to BIRCH

x

358

29

238394

JACKSON,

Robert Rev & ors

Antrim

1783 Aug 24

 

1783 Nov 8

ASHMORE & ors Names Index: 1777-1785

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

Dunmurry & Mill par Drumbeg & Belfast Bo Belfast

JACKSONs settlement & KELSO to ASHMORE & ors

Image 23

BTW Anne KELSO of Drumurry [probably Dunmurry Parish of Drumbeg (Antrim portion ), or Dunmurry, Parish Shankill, Barony Belfast Upper],  spinster and only child of Joseph KELSO late of Dunmury Linen Draper deceased of 1st pt  Samuel ASHMORE of Antrim Merchant & Robert JOHNSTON of Derryayhy [Derryaghy, Parish Derriaghy, Barony Belfast Upper] Co Antrim Linen draper of 2nd pt; re: marriage agreement of Rev. Robert JACKSON of Dunmurray Co Antrim  of 3rd pt. with Anne KELSO …marriage btw Rev Robert JACKSON & Ann KELSO … parcel of land in Dunmurry 53a 3r 37p … WITNESS: James BRYSON & Alexander ARTHUR

NOTE: I need to track down this Rev. Robert JACKSON. He might be the son of John JACKSON of Ballygrainey, Co. Down or the Rev Robert JACKSON (bef 1750-1788) son of Rev. Henry JACKSON (1717-1795) and Jane MILLER of Banbridge.

16d

358

92

239001

DAWSON

Down

1783 Dec 6

DAWSON, Launcelot Thomas-BRADFORD NOTES in 2009 diary 1777-1785

Between Thomas DAWSON LAURENCE of Laurencetown, Esq. Of 1st part & Henry BRADFORD of Coose, Co. Down Linen Draper (see 343.436.237332 for more shared details)

 

358

121

239193

JONES, John

Dublin

1793 Dec 19

Image 70

William Wenman SEWARD sold to John JONES ground on south side of Upper Coomb formerly called Booter Park whereon there were several houses containing in front 192’ on the east adjoining Capt William HAYES holding 286’  6” on the south to Mutton Lane 119’ and on west to Crooked Staff 254’ in Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore … WITNESS: Richard JONES & Ralph JORDON of City of Dublin

 

358

273

240268

JACKSON, Robert & George & ors

Kings

Limerick

Waterford

1784 Mar 19

JACKSON Names Index: 1777-1785

Image 146

Robert JACKSON of Clonganagh [probably Clonagannagh, Parish Dunkerrin, Barony Clonlisk], Kings Co Gent of the one pt; George JACKSON of Callowen Co Limerick Gent of the other part. Whereas the said George JACKSON together with his wife Anna Maria JACKSON did by an indented deed make over to Robert JACKSON certain claims and demands which George JACKSON had on lands in Waterford in the right of his wife… charge against lands of Clonganagh … WITNESS: John BROMPTON Mathew DWYER.

16d

358

309

240673

JACKSON, James

Kings

1784 Apr 28

WILDER DROUGHT Names Index: 1777-1785

Image 164

Deed of lease and release btw James JACKSON of Ballyboy [Ballyboy, Parish Ballyboy, Barony Ballyboy] in Kings Co. Gent of the one pt & Thomas Wilder DROUGHT of Ballyoran [Ballyoran, Parish Ballyboy, Barony Ballyboy] Kings Co. Esq of the other pt. for 28 pounds 16 shillings transferred the house offices garden yard in town of Ballyboy Kings Co with a field lately enjoyed by Isaac Shepperd and formerly held by William FENNELLY for term of 3 lives…. WITNESS: William HYNES & Patrick FLYNN. James JACKSON [SEAL] Thomas DROUGHT [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Ballyboy, Kings Co. aka Offaly

NOTE: Thomas Wilder DROUGHT (abt 1750-1790) was born in Park, Kings Co. and died in Curraghmore, Kings Co. He was the son of Robert DROUGHT & Sarah WILDER SOURCE: Rootsweb DROUGHT Family Tree.

16d

358

355

241068

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1784 May 13

McCULLOH Alexr to READ

Alexander McCULLOH Bricklayer

16d

358

372

241162

JACKSON, Thomas & William & ors

Antrim

1784 May 18

FERGUSON Names Index: 1777-1785

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

Ballyguillan, Ballynadrenttogh and Tythes Parish Killead Barony Massareene

JACKSON & another-FERGUSON

Thomas JACKSON of Antrim and William JACKSON of Belfast of the 1 pt & Samuel FERGUSSON of Belfast of the other pt.. parcel of land in Lower Ballynidrenlagh [Ballynadrentagh, Parish Killead, Barony Massereene Lower] 55 acres 5 perches Cunningham Measure bounded on the north by Crumlin River on the north by John HUNTERs farm on the east by NOLAN and GAWLEYs farm is on the west by Hercules ROWLEYs Esq. estate in parish of Killead Co Antrim

SEE: JACKSONS of Steeple Not yet sure where she fits in. Possibly SEE: Jacksons of Tobermore. Thomas JACKSON and William JACKSON were probably brothers & sons of Thomas JACKSON & Rose?

16d

358

444

241732

BARTLEY

Monaghan

Londonderry

1784 Jun 7

BARTLEY – BARTLEY  Dunrimond & Losset

NAMES: John BARTLEY of Coothill; George BARTLEY, Dr. of Monaghan; Agnes BARTLEY of Magherra [Parish Maghera], Co. Derry; Letitia BARTLEY; Blayney Owen MITCHELL; Henry MITCHELL; OTHER PLACES: Dunrimond aka Dunraymond; Lossett.

x

359

68

241035

JACKSON, William

Limerick

1784 Jan 28

Edward CROKER of Bruff, Co. Limerick of 1st part & Thomas MAUNSELL of Limerick City of 2nd part lease houses in Galway Garter - Blackmoors Head in Cross Street + yard + slaughter house + 2 tenements; Bridge Street House: set for £100 Witness: William Henry JACKSON of Limerick. nickred

 

359

103

241274

JACKSON, George

Mayo

1784 May 24

RUTLEDGE & ors Names Index: 1777-1785

Marriage arts of George JACKSON of Foxford Co Mayo &  Maria RUTTLEDGE spinster and only daughter of William RUTTLEDGE  SEE: JACKSONs of Enniscoe & Mayo

16d

359

318

243436

Elizabeth & husb

Cork

1784 Nov 10

ABEL Names Index: 1777-1785

BTW Jacob LANGLEY of City of Cork late Sergeant of his Majesty’s 49th Regiment of foot with the will annexed of Peter JACKSON late of the City of Cork Sugar Baker of 1 pt… & Elizabeth LANGLEY… leased to ABEL

16d

359

501

245380

JACKSON, Robert

Kings

1784 Jan 3

Names Index 1777-1785 Image 99

Lancelot PARSONS & ors-JACKSON

Image 261

Btw Sir William PARSONS of Parsonstown Kings Co. Bart & Laurence PARSONS eldest son of Sir William of 1 pt & Robert JACKSON of Grange Kings Co Esq. of other pt. Reciting lease for lands of Liselooney & ClonCarriff unto said Robert JACKSON for lives of Henry JACKSON 2nd son of said Robert of Grange and of George HOLMES Ensign in his Majesty’s 16th Regiment of Foot … WITNESS: Edward KING of City of Dublin Gent & Miles CARROLL servant to Sir William PARSONS.

NOTE: Lancelot PARSONs in index & Laurence PARSONS in memorial.

 

359

555

246213

JACKSON, John & ors

Limerick

1785 May 6

BANKS Names Index: 1777-1785

John JACKSON of City of Limerick merchant & George NEWSOM of City of Cork merchant of the 1 pt demised to Adam BANKS house… one of the lives was for John JACKSON son of John JACKSON

16d

360

85

241557

SEAVER, Sarah

Armagh

1784 Feb 10

SEAVER -BRADFORD see also DEED: 242429 1739-1810 Ballinahonebeg Bleach Mill Green

NOTES: Sarah SEAVER of Ballinahonebegg [Ballynahone Beg, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Co. Armagh widow of the one part and James BRADFORD of Armagh in said County, Merchant of the other part.. James SWANZY of Aveluagh, Co. Monaghan was the executor of Richard SEAVER  NOTE: a will was probated for Richard SEAVER from Avebreagh, Co. Monaghan - probated  in Armagh 1770) who in a lease 27 September 1782 demised to Sarah SEAVER & Arthur OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg - 1/3 part of the townland of Ballinahonebeg as was lately held by Charles SEAVER & his undertenants containing 92 acres ... [refers to] Deed of partition made between Sarah SEAVER & Arthur OLIVER 15 Nov 1783 that Sarah SEAVER (executor etc) would have ½ of all rents and fines issuing out of the part of said premises held by Thomas Verner Esq. And also ½ rents and fines of part in possession of Arthur OLIVER called the bleach green and half of her late husband’s legacy ... Witnessed that the said Sarah SEAVER for £400 sold to James BRADFORD the lands in her part of the partition. WITNESS Arthur OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg, Co. Armagh linen merchant. Wm GEOGH of Armagh, weaver. Robert JACKSON of Woodvale [probably Corry, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower],, Co. Armagh, Gent. James BRADFORD [SEAL] SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

 

360

160

242173

JACKSON, Robert

Kings

1783 Oct 27

JACKSON-FRAZER & wife Names Index: 1777-1785

Robert JACKSON of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt]. Kings Co Esq. & Hannibal FRASER of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],... SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

 

360

236

242429

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1782 Sept 7

JACKSON, Robert - OLIVER [NOTE: In my initial transcription - I was unsure about whether it was LEAVER or SEAVER, but Armagh probates prove that it was SEAVER. Ballinahonebeg Bleach Mill Green

NOTES: Between Robert JACKSON of Town & Co. Armagh Gent of he one part & Arthur OLIVER of Ballinahone begg [Ballynahone Beg, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], in said Co. & Sarah SEAVER widow of Charles SEAVER late of Ballynahonebegg (NOTE: A Charles SEAVER had a will probated in 1762 and Sarah SEAVER had a will probated 1792. I wonder if she was an OLIVER.) aforesaid deceased of the other part. Robert JACKSON was paid £850 by Arthur OLIVER & Sarah SEAVER & did set over to Arthur OLIVER & Sarah SEAVER all that the lands of Ballynahonebegg in Parish of Armagh possessed by Thomas VERNER Esq. The executor of Benjamin OLIVER deceased. The said Sarah SEAVER & other so assigned by Henry HALL & Elinor HALL to the said Robert JACKSON ... lands made over to Robert JACKSON by Edward TIPPING Esq. Which belonged to Michael SEAVER and all Estate right title and interest term of years.. etc. Witness Henry HALL of Aughereny & Co. Tyrone. Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney [Lisloony, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny]., Co. Armagh. John BURGES of Armagh, Gent. Arthur OLIVER [SEAL] Sworn Aug 6, 1784.

SEE ALSO: Deed: 281-352-186831 SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

 

360

333

243221

JACKSON, James

Kings

1782 Oct 25

JACKSON-PARSONS Names Index: 1777-1785

James JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co  Esq & Dorothy PARSONS of Birr wife of  Capt Wm PARSONS SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

 

360

500

244624

JACKSON, Thomas & William

Antrim

1785 Jan 11

JACKSON-McCABE Names Index: 1777-1785

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

Ballynadrentagh & Tythes

JACKSON, Thomas & Wm-M’CABE

Thomas JACKSON of Antrim & William JACKSON of Randlestown [Randalstown, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper],, both in Co Antrim Gent & Thomas McCABE of Belfast Co Antrim Watchmaker of other pt.... transfer lands of Ballynadrentagh. [Ballynadrentagh, Parish Killead, Barony Massereene Lower].. probably SEE: JACKSONS of Steeple

 

361

157

21667

BELL

Armagh

1784 Jun 5

BELL-TURNER 1739-1810

Dromuly, Dromilly, Drumully

Image 88

BTW David BELL of Newry Co. Down Esq of 1 pt. Jacob TURNER of Lurgan Co. Armagh Esq of other pt. lease for a year for half townland Drumully otherwise Dromilly Otherwise Drumally otherwise Dromally [possibly Drummilt, Parish Loughgilly (Lower Orior portion), Barony Orior Lower] formerly George BLACKER’s proportion and part of Dromully, Parish Loughgilly Barony Orier, Co. Armagh … payable to Margaret BELL otherwise Wilkinson SHAW the widow of James BELL deceased brother of the said David BELL… in lieu of Dower … £150 … land of Dromully and a denomination of land called Ballsquarter … will of James BELL 5 Jan 1769 WITNESS: Samuel CAMPBELL of Newry Co. Armagh Merchant & James BELL of City of Dublin David BELL [SEAL]

 

361

276

243614

HUNT, John

Wicklow

1780 May 10

Image 140 Marriage Settlement

“Weavers Square” in Townland index.

BTW Francis HUNT the father & John HUNT eldest son of Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow of 1 pt & John DATH of Ann Anagh Co Wexford & Ruth DATH his daughter of other pt. Marriage btw John HUNT & Ruth DATH … ground in Baltinglass Co. Wicklow then in possession of Francis HUNT & likewise the land below the road under said Francis HUNTs House for lives of Nicholas William & Thomas HUNT … with Widow PARKs lot of ground in Baltinglass … WITNESS: John BUTTLE of Killmichael Co Wexford & Willian=m DATH of Talbotstown Co. Wicklow farmer  & Samuel HUNT of Baltinglass.

 

361

365

244728

OLIVER, Elizabeth

Cork

1782, Dec 19

OLIVER-QUILL

Richard ALWORTH of Anns Grove in Co. Cork Esq & Elizabeth OLIVER of the City of Dublin Widow, executors of the late John OLIVER late of Coolmore, Co. Cork did demise unto John QUILL of ?rimore, Co. Kerry Gent 293 acres of ???rimore. Thomas QUILL & John QUILL - sons of John QUILL

 

361

366

244729

OLIVER, Elizabeth

Cork

1783 Apr 1

OLIVER-QUILL 1786-1793

Image 196

BTW Richard HOWARTH [ALWORTH?] of Anne’s Grove, Co. Corke Esq. & Elizabeth OLIVER of City of Dublin, widow the trustees of the late Revd. John OLIVER late of Coolmore, Co. Cork Clerk.

 

362

205

243704

JACKSON, William

Kings

1783 May 20

WITNESS: William JACKSON of Birr, [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt] Gent.

 

362

308

244862

JOHNSTON, William

Monaghan

1785 Feb 5

William JOHNSTON marriage settlement

Memorial of a Deed Poll bearing date 12 Aug 1776 made btw William JOHNSTON of Glasslough, Co. Monaghan Apothecary, of the 1st part; Eleanor NEVIN spinster only daughter of Rev William NEVIN party to the deed poll of the 2nd part; and the Rev William NEVIN of Downpatrick Co. Down, Clerke, reciting that a marriage was to take place btw William JOHNSON and Eleanor NEVIN and that William NEVIN had agreed to pay 150 pounds as a marriage portion & William JOHNSON for the consideration did grant towns and lands from a lease with Charles Cowell LESLIE of Glaslough Co. Monaghan Esq. granted 24 day of March 1774 in town of Glaslough 42 feet 4 inches in length in the front in which a house had been lately erected for lives renewable and for 8 tenements in town of Glasslough with 8 houses erected therein together with 11 acres in part of Glasslough aforesaid and  and in the town of Tullaree [?] to sd William JOHNSON  dated 24  Dec 1768 of 6 acres of land in Finnany for three lives and 31 years dated 2 Jan 1771… other leases and Monaghan lands incl one from George JOHNSTON 12 Dec 1766 of a Stillhouse  in town of Glasslough for two lives  and a lease from Baptist JOHNSTON to William JOHNSTON dated 7 Oct 1768 of lands of Mulnarockin WITNESS: Thomas NEVIN & Robert JOHNSTON Memorial witnessed by Thomas NEVIN, George Gordon CARSON of Vicarsville Co Down Gent & Eleanor JOHNSTON

16d

362

336

24515

JACKSON

Armagh

1785 Jan 3

SWANZY-JACKSON Book 2 (1739-1810) Ballynahonebeg [Ballynahone Beg, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh],

Image 464

BTW Henry SWANZY of Lisnageniff, Co. Monaghan  of 1st pt & Robert JACKSON of Woodvale [Corry, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower], Co. Armagh Esq. the town and lands of Ballynahonebeg [Ballynahone Beg, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion)] & Ballyaghy [??] Co. Armagh … in consideration of £230 … annuity of £10 payable to Mary SWANZY widow of James SWANZY of Avibreagh Co. Monaghan Gent deceased Lands of Ballygrainy and a tenement in Leonagorr or Castleshane in Co. Monaghan  out of lands of Ballynahonebeg & Ballyaghy Co. Armagh. WITNESS: Edward MEIGHN, Benjamin BELL of Eliza Hill Co. Armagh Esq. Henry SWANZY [SEAL]

D

362

354

245339

NORTH, Miles

Dublin

1785 Mar 5

Indentured Deed btw Miles NORTH of Jackson Hall, Westmorland, England of the one part & Fortescue GORMAN of the other part That part of the land of Knightstown  heretofore held by Fortescue GORMAN and also that part of said lands lately held by Edward CONNOR & Mary CONNOR as also the acre belonging to said lands  which are intermixed adjoining to Dr. GOYERs ground and remises then in the possession of  the said Fortescue GORMAN and s undertenants containing by estimation 71 acres in Co. Dublin…. Lives of GORMAN sons… for 4 lives or 40 years… WITNESS: Michael MOLONY. Of City of Dublin Writing Clerk. NOTE: Lands initially left in will of Samuel JACKSON in 1706. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

16d

362

519

246867

COULTER

Drogheda

1785 Jun 18

COULTER, George-MORGAN

 Btw George COULTER of Drogheda of 1st pt & Richard MORGAN of City of Dublin Gent of 2nd pt;  & Margaret MORGAN of  Newtown Ave near the Blackrock Co Dublin spinster of the 3rd pt… marriage shortly to be had btw George COULTER and Margaret MORGAN… levy of 430 pounds to be pd by Margaret GORDON… George COULTER had executed his bond of 900 pounds … [No lands were mentioned].

16d

363

82

243110

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1784 Sep 28

MURPHY Names Index: 1777-1785

Thomas JACKSON of Hammond Lane City of Dublin Gent eased to Anthony MURPHY of Spinians Co Wicklow farmer land of Spinians cont 64 acres Irish Plantation in Barony of Talbotstown Co Wicklow. NOTE: SEE: JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass., Co. Wicklow. He married 1784 and later separated from Mary SOCKSMITH.

TOWNLANDS

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

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

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

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

16d

363

132

243390

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1784 Nov 9

McCULLOGH William to HARBISON

 

363

411

246960

HAMILTON

Armagh

Roscommon

Westmeath

1785 Jun 25

Btw Rev, Dr. James Archibald

Image 217

HAMILTON of Creggan Co. Armagh Clerk of 1 pt & Thomas LLOYD of Athlone Co. Westmeath Esq. of the other … lands in Roscommon

 

363

429

245029

NORTH, Miles & Susannah

 

1785 Feb 16

Same list of deeds as in #229119

 

363

467

245228

 

Antrim

1785 Feb 4

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

Tullybane Bo Killcanway psh Dunaghy

Ballyreaghs, Ballynagaboge, Barony Kilconway

Crebilly, Carnmore, Carnbeg, Carnbuck

Greig- Glenawhirry

Killaree Bokileenway

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

Image 261

BTW John Hamilton O’HARA of Crebilly [Crebilly, Parish of Ballyclug, in the Barony of Antrim Lower],  Co. Antrim Esq only son & heir of Charles HAMILTON formerly of the City of Bath Great Britain but also Portglone [Portglenone] Co. Antrim Esq. of 1 pt; .. Manor of Crebilly also known as Kart Estate … Killaree, quarter land of Carnmore, quarter land of Carnbegg, quarterland of Foenagushogg [Farranscushog, Parish Dunaghy, Barony Kilconway]  commonly known as of four quarters of Killeree [Killyree, Parish Dunaghy, Barony Kilconway]  and also all the town of Balyreaghs [Ballyreagh, Parish Dunaghy, Barony Kilconway], and also townlands of Ballynagologe [Ballynalough, Parish Templepatrick, Barony Belfast Upper],  containing several subdenominations following that is to say the quarter land of Lislalian, the quarterland of Magheraboy [Magheraboy, Parish Dunaghy, Barony Kilconway], the quarterland of Grieig and quarterland of Carnbush [possibly Carnbeg, Parish Dunaghy, Barony Kilconway] all in Barony Kilconway Co. Antrim and also the two quarterlands Omerleane [probably Irishomerbane (Umar Ban, Parish Dunaghy, Barony Kilconway]] the quarterland of Moneyduffe [Moneyduff, Parish Dunaghy, Barony Kilconway]  and the quarterland of Tulybane [Tullaghbane, Parish Dunaghy, Barony Kilconway] in Parish Dunaghy Barony Kilconways Co. Antrim

NOTE: Crossley mentions JACKSON, but that surname was not in memorial but the wife of John Hamilton O’HARA was a JACKSON.

 

363

505

245586

JACKSON, James

Kings

1785 Mar 23

DANIEL Names Index: 1777-1785

James JACKSON of Birr, [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt] Kings Co., of 1 pt & John DANIEL of Clonmel in Co Tipperary Merchant of the other part JACKSON leased the dwelling house in Clonmel to DANIEL SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

16d

363

535

245655

GORE, Arthur

Clare

1781 Nov 1

Image 296

ROD: 363-535- 245844 Crossley Extracts

1 Nov 1781

William FITZGERALD of Ennis, Co. Clare of 1 pt & Benjamin RINGROSE of Clon_isker, Co. Clare of the other… whereby the said William FITZGERALD by virtue of a Venditione Exponas at the suit of Alexander SCOTT Esq. against Arthur GORE … sold lands of Rossanure and Licarrue in Co. Clare by virtue of a lease of said lands executed by Francis GORE Esq.  to James MOLONY & Edward BROWN Esq dated 3 Feb 1755] provided John GORE Catherine GORE & Arthur GORE the reputed natural children of said Francis GORE by Mary MOLONY. WITNESS: John HAWKINS of Killaloe Co. Clare Gent & George CROWE of City of Dublin Esq.

SEE: Crossley’s Extracts.

18

364

52

242974

JACKSON, James & Robert

Kings

1784 Oct 5

DALTON Names Index: 1777-1785

Townland Index 1739-1810-S

Seefin Great pt., Seffin Shiffin, Barony Ballybritt

Image 34

Indented Articles of Agreement btw Robert JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co  Gent,  John HANSARD & James JACKSON also of Birr of the 1 pt in said Co Gent on behalf of the said James JACKSON of the one part; and & Michael DALTON of Balycahane in Co. Limerick Esq. and Alice DALTON his daughter on the part and behalf of Alice of the other part the articled dated 30 Nov 1752 by which Robert JACKSON John HANDSARD and James JACKSON did grant to Michael DALTON the Lands called Deans Holding cont 7 acres in Kings Co 10 acres of land at Birks Hill in Kings Co aforesaid Two Parks adjoining the Green in the town of Birr Kings Co. and all the house at Birr and the lands or parks thereunto belonging formerly in the possession of Barnaby ARCHER and cont 22 acres or thereabouts and that part or parcel of land part of Sheffin [aka Seefin , Parish Birr] commonly known as Kennedy’s & Renchons Park in Kings Co. and part of the lands & plots of ground  formerly held and possessed by Joshua LAWYER & Thomas NETHERCOAT cont 105 feet situate in the Barony of Ballybrit Kings Co…. said Alice to receive out of lands 50 pounds by way of jointure during her life and  remainder of the said James … subject to sd interests of the eldest son of James on the Body of said Alice and for want of such issue to the second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth and every son.. and in failure of male issue to the female issue of said James and Alice….Robert JACKSON John HANDSARD James JACKSON Michael DALTON & Alice DALTON WITNESS Michael DALTON jr of Ballycahan Co. Limerick Clerk Henry DALTON of Ballycahan Esq.  Co. Limerick & Daniel KEEFE of Ballycahan. Memorial performed pursuant to Statute by  Elizabeth FURNELL otherwise DALTON and Alice PARKER otherwise DALTON the coheirs of the said Michael DALTON deceased  and Memorial WITNESS Henry DALTON & Anthony DALTON Capt in his Majesties 37th Regiment of Infantry. Elizabeth FURNELL [SEAL] Alice PARKER [SEAL] SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

16d

364

125

243422

 

Antrim

1784 Sep 1

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

Drains, Drumaine, Bo Glenarm

SHAW-ALLEN

Image 73

BTW Martha SHAW of Blairmount Co. Antrim widow of 1 pt; Samuel ALLEN of Kilaughter [?] Co. Antrim Linen draper of the other part make over part of Killygleen alias Blairmount Blairmount [aka Killyglen, Parish Grange of Killyglen, Barony Glenarm Upper] with the mountain belonging late in possession of Martha SHAW and one undivided moiety of townland of Knocknane otherwise Drain [probably Drains Bog, Parish Carncastle, Barony Glenarm Upper] containing 219a & one undivided moiety of lands of Loughduff  [Loughduff, Parish Carncastle, Barony Glenarm Upper], and the Turf Bog in Barony Glenarm Co. Antrim … WITNESS: James ALLEN of Larne Merchant & Alexander JOHNSTON of Killeragait [?] Lapper both in Co. Antrim

 

364

143

243499

COULTER

Dublin

1784 Nov 11

COULTER, John-RICHARDSON

John COULTER of Capel St., Merchant… Lands of Little Green in Parish of St Michans

16d

364

151

243540

JACKSON, Thomas & William & ors

Antrim

1784 Nov 12

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

Ballynadrentagh & Tythes

HUNTER Names Index: 1777-1785

Thomas JACKSON of Antrim & William JACKSON of Randlestown [Randalstown, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper], of the 1st pt;  & John HUNTER of Ballyradrentagh [Ballynadrentagh, Parish Killead, Barony Massereene Lower] in said County farmer of the other part… land let to HUNTER at Ballynadentagh then in the possession of John HUNTER cont 41 acres & 1 rood Scotch Cunningham measure, Parish of Killead Co Antrim SEE: Jacksons of Tobermore. – probably.

16d

364

182

243811

OLIVER

Armagh

1784 Nov 23

BRYAN-OLIVER

Deed of assignment between William BRYAN of the City of Dublin Esq. & Joseph OLIVER of the Kennedies [Kennedies, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], in the Parish & Co. of Armagh Gent of the other part.  BRYAN did for the consideration of £450 Ster paid by said Joseph OLIVER grant the upper half townland of Kennedies containing 97 acres  formerly in the possession of Arthur DENNIS & his undertenants lying and being in the parish & co of Armagh  together with one acre of turf bog in the townland of Enagh [Enagh, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], in said Co.  as the same were occupied and enjoyed by said Arthur DENNIS and his undertenants and then held and enjoyed by the said William BRYAN and his undertenants ... for remainder of term of 21 years  granted by a lease dated Sept 1, 1783 under College and Corporation of Vicars Choral & Organist of the Church  of said Patrick Armagh. Witness Henry RICHARDSON, City of Dublin Gent & Patrick REILLY of said City. SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

 

364

223

244500

OLIVER?

Monaghan

America

1785 Jan 14

FOWLER-PRENTICE Book 45 (1739-1810) Creeive [sic?] & Bleach Green Mill etc

Btw William OWENS of City of Dublin but late of the town of Barr at the entrance of the River Saint Johns in the Bay of Fundy in the province of  Nova Scotia and a Sergent in the late Corps of Maryland Loyale in his Majesties Service in the late Wars in America of the one part; & Patrick KENNEDY of the said City of Dublin, Surgeon but late a Capt in the Corps of Maryland Loyalists of the other part… for 50 pounds OWENS transferred to KENNEDY 200 acres land that had been granted as a reward for his faithful service as a Sergent in the said Corps of Maryland.. land in Township of Newtown New Brunswick & all the estate of Wm OWENS to Patrick KENNEDY his heirs etc [NOTE: No mention of Monaghan lands – but they were referenced in the Monaghan index – also no OLIVER].

16d

364

410

246957

JACKSON, Robert

Kings

1785 Jun 25

BERNARD Names Index: 1777-1785

Image 217

Btw Robert JACKSON of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt] in Kings Co. Esq., of the 1 pt &  Thomas BERNARD of Castletown [aka Castletown and Glinsk, Parish Kinnitty, Barony Ballybritt], Kings Co Esq. of the other part. Robert JACKSON in consideration of 350 pounds granted to Thomas BERNARD land in his actual possession by virtue of a lease for a year all the tythes of lands in Kinitty & Castletown, parish of Kinitty, Barony of Ballybritt Kings Co enjoyed by Thomas BERNARD from or under Samuel WINTER Esq. and all the said Robert JACKSONs estate and interest. WITNESS: Thomas BERNARD the elder of Birr & Isaac SMITH of Shinrone Merchant both of Kings Co. Robert JACKSON [SEAL} SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

16d

364

521

249757

JACKSON, Robert

Kings

1786  Feb 6

HAUTENVILLE Names Index 1786-1794

Btw Con Coote CARROLL of the City of Dublin Admon with the will annexed  of Ann CARROLL of the City of Dublin widow deceased of the 1st pt; Robert JACKSON, Coronet of his Majesties fourth Regiment of horse, Mary JACKSON orwise CARROLL his wife daughter of the said Ann CAROLL of the 2nd pt; Rawden HAUTENFIELD of the City of Dublin of the 3rd pt. Reciting that John WILSON did demise unto Diana SMYTH of the said City of Dublin widow of the Rev Henry SMYTH Doctor of Divinity dwelling house in Frederick Street in City of Dublin together with the coach house Back yard and Offices belonging thereunto from 29 Sept 1763 at the yearly rent of  42 pounds… 4 Mar 1772 Diana SMYTHE demised to Ann CARROLL her lease and the remainder of the 99 year term.. then to Con Coote CARROLL then paid by the said Rawden HAUTENFIELD and of ten shillings to the said Robert JACKSON and Mary JACKSON they the said Con Coote CAROLL Robert JACKSON Mary JACKSON did grant to HAUTENFIELD the Frederick Street property along with “all fixed grates Locks Chimney pictures and fixtures to the sd premises belonging and set forth in the schedule to said lease annexed in as large and ample a manner as the sd Diana  SMYTHE and Ann CARROLL here and enjoyed same”… NOTE: it seems the two women lived at Frederick Street. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran Robert JACKSON of Grange.

16d

365

153

243760

JACKSON,

Minchin

Kings

1784 Nov 22

BURKE Names Index: 1777-1785

Image 380

Btw Minchin JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co Esq & Ulick BURKE of said town & Co Carpenter lese 2 houses Back yard and Gardens and back houses at the rere of the widow McNAMADs House in Moore Park St., Birr SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

16d

365

208

244060

JACKSON, Thomas

Antrim

1784 Dec 7

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

Whinpark, Whatstown farm

HOLMES Names Index: 1777-1785

Image 409

 Btw Thomas JACKSON of town & Co of Antrim Gent of the 1 pt & William HOLMES of said town & County of Antrim Merchant of the other pt.  in consid of 780 pounds released to Wm HOLMES al that farm and parcel of land called Holywell [Holy Well, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper]  cont 80 acres of land English Measure bounded on the east by the road from Antrim to Belymcha [probably Ballymacilhoyle, Parish Killead, Barony Massereene Lower]   on the west by a farm formerly James KILCRESTs on the south by a Steeple [Steeple, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper] farm and on the north by a brook dividing a farm formerly widow WHITE and the said 80 acres  part of a parcel of land called Whin Park [Whin Park,, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper] by est 35 acres 3 roods… in parish and Co. Antrim for and during lives of Thomas JACKSON party thereto & of George JACKSON son of Peter JACKSON of Steeple. WITNESS: Robert YOUNG & James DAWSON of Antrim, SEE: JACKSONS of Steeple

16d

365

230

244167

MOORHEAD

Armagh

1784 Dec 15

LIVINGSTON-MOORHEAD Magherkilcranny

Alexander LIVINGSTON of Newry & Thomas MOORHEAD, City of Arm agh. Gent. Lands of Twinaire [or Twinacre or Tivinaire ??] and Magherkilcranny  [Maghery Kilcrany, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh], Co Armagh  Witness John JOHNSTON & Acheson BARKER of Armagh.

 

365

421

245345

JACKSON, James

Kings

Tipperary

Dublin

1785 Jul 21

Grantors Index Image 602

TRACY-JACKSON

Townland Index 1739-1810-S  Image 130

Syngefield Scarrogh Scurra

TRACY-JACKSON

Image 519

BTW Edward TRACY of Birr Kings Co. & James JACKSON of Birr of 1st pt & John FRENCH of Roscrea Co. Tipperary Esq. of 2nd pt. … late holdings of Samuel THURSBY House Garden & Backside where Edward TRACY then dwelt together with Waste Plott on the South Side adjoining … and also lands of Clonoghill [Clonoghil Lower  OR Clonoghil Upper OR Clonoghil Upper2, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt]  otherwise Syngefield and part of Sunrogh Kings Co. to hold to James JACKSON & John FRANK [sic] … WITNESS Edward KING & Edward IRVINE both of City of Dublin Gent. Edward TRACY [SEAL].

 

365

444

245606

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1785 Mar 24

James McCullogh TULLIS & Hugh Hamilton… Hugh HAMILTON the lessee and his son William HAMILTON aged abt 13…

16d

366

189

244674

JACKSON, Thomas & William & ors

Antrim

1785 Jan 27

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

Ballynadrentagh & Tythes

JACKSON Thomas & Wm-CHARTERS CHARTRES Names Index: 1777-1785

A memorial of an Indented Deed of Rent Charge… duly made and executed by and between Thomas JACKSON of Antrim in Co. Antrim Gent & William JACKSON of Randalstown [Randalstown, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper], in said Co. Gent. Of the ne part and John CHARTERS of Antrim aforesaid merchant of the other part. William JACKSON for and in consideration of the sum of sixty pounds sterling do give grant and confirm unto the said John CHARTERS his exors admins and assigns the annuity or yearly rent Charge of twenty pounds sterling to be had and issuing out of the Town and Lands of Ballynabantagh [Ballynadrentagh, Parish Killead, Barony Massereene Lower] in parish of Killead and Co Antrim now in possession of John GOWLEY and John BLACK…. There is a Clause that the said Thomas and William JACKSON their heirs admons or assigns shall and will pay or cause to be paid the said annuity on the several days and times therein mentioned and also that the said lands shall continue sufficient payment of said annuity. WITNESS: John HAMILTON of Carrickfergus [Carrickfergus Parish of Carrickfergus, in the Barony of Carrickfergus or St Nicholas] Gent & John WILLIAMS SEE: JACKSONS of Steeple

16d

366

247

244904

CUMING, Andrew

Down

1783 Aug 14

Will of Andrew CUMINGS

Image 131

[Notes from Registry of Deeds Dublin Abstracts of Wills Vol II. Beryl Eustace. page 350.]

CUMING, ANDREW, Lisbredan, Co. Down, gent.

14 Aug. codicil 15 Oct. 1783. Narrate 2 pp. 10 Feb. 1785.

His wife Elizh. Cuming exor. His present children. Ann Adair then of Carrickfergus. His son John Cuming. His second son William Cuming. His third son, Robert Cuming. His fourth son Thomas Cuming. His fifth son Andrew Cuming. His daughter Mary Cuming. His daughter Agnes Orr. Col. Robert McLeroth and John Todd, Toddstown, parish of Saintfield, Co. Down, gent., trustees and exors. His freehold estate in Lisbredan.

Witnesses to Will and codicil: James Caldwell, Ballymiscam, Dissenting minister, John Boyde, Ballybeen, farmer, Robert Moore, Dundonald, schoolmaster, all in Co. Down. Memorial witnessed by: James Caldwell, John Boyd.

366, 247, 244904 Elizh. Cuming (seal)

Wm. Cuming (seal)

Robert Cuming (seal)

Mary Cuming (seal)

Ann Orr (seal)

(Ann or Agnes Orr)

 

366

330

245346

JACKSON, Susannah

Dublin

1785 May 5

 Btw Miles NORTH Esq. (of Jacksons Hall, Westmorland, England) & Croasdale MOLONY of the City of Dublin Esq. of the one hand & Carey LILL of the City of Dublin Widow of  the Honorable Godfrey LILL late second Justice  of his Majesties Court of  Common Pleas in Ireland deceased of the other part. Whereby the said Miles NORTH in consideration of  the sum of one thousand two hundred pounds  & the said Crossdale MOLONY in consideration of five shillings to them respectively paid by the said Carey LIL & her heirs all that town and lands of Balliclea otherwise Ballanclea & the Commons belonging Ballyclea aforesaid situate in the County of Dublin with appurtenances to hold to the said Carey LILL her heirs and assigns and that the said Croasdale MOLONY is only made a party thereto as being [?] of a certain fine for Conveyance and as Trustee for the said Miles NORTH in a certain indenture dated 17th Jan 1786 and made between Miles NORTH and Susannah his wife of the one part and the said Croasdale MOLONY of the other part of the aforesaid Town and Lands amongst other lands levied by the said Miles NORTH and his wife Susannah as of Hillary term last to the intent that all right of dower of the said Susannah out of the lands sared be … to the said Croasdale MOLONY in trust for the sd Miles NORTH and his heirs and also forever… WITNESS: Arthur  M’GUIRE of Dawson Street City of Dublin Esq. & by Godfrey JAMES of City of Dublin attorney at law. wife Susannah  MILES selling property in Dublin in Croasdaile Malony, to widow of Hon Godfrey LILL.

NOTE: Miles NORTH (1738-1795. This is five years after the death of Sir Oliver CROFTON who was the husband of Abigail JACKSON (d 1763) a relation of Miles NORTH SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

16d

366

598

247197

JACKSON, Thomas

Limerick

1705 Jul 13

HOWLY Names Index: 1777-1785

Thomas JACKSON of the City of Limerick, Esq.  & John HOWLEY of said City Linen Draper. in consideration of 450 pounds sterling confirmed to John HOWLEY the dwelling House wherein Anne MAUNSELL widow then lived on the south side of Mungret St., parish of St. John and City of Limerick.

16d

366

644

247684

JACKSON

 

1785 Aug 25

PALMER-JACKSON

Image 331

BTW Henry PARSONS of Birr otherwise called Palmerstown Kings Co. Distiller of 1 pt; James JACKSON of Birr otherwise Palmerston Esq of the other pt … part of lands of Ballinterra Kings Co. then in possession of Robert DODD 9a 1r 30p together with the flour mills and dwelling house erected theron for lives of Andrew PALMER Edwin PALMER and Henry PALMER sons of said Henry PALMER. WITNESS: William PALMER nephew and Henry PALMER son of said Henry PALMER

 

367

14

245523

McCULLAGH

Londonderry

1769 Feb 3

McCULLAGH, James & John – DICKSON

Marr art. Btw James McCULLOUGH of Ballynees [There are 3 Ballynease in Parish Ballyscullion, Barony Loughinsholin] in the proportion of Vintners Co Londonderry farmer of the 1 pt;  & Francis DICKSON of Ballymacombe [Ballymacombs More, or Ballymacombs-Beg, Parish Ballyscullion, Barony Loughinsholin] Co Londonderry farmer of other part. Marriage to be had btw John McCULLOGH son and heir to James McCULLOUGH & Sarah DICKSON eldest daughter of Francis DICKSON… half of his farm at Ballynees from James & Jane McCULLOGH (his wife) for son John McCULLOUGH… 40 pounds marriage jointure from Francis DICKSON. WITNESS: William DICKSON now of Coleraine & Morgan WILSON of Limnary & Richard DICKSON of Ballymacombe & John STEEL of Ballymacombe farmer.

16d

367

60

245881

HUMPHRY

JONES

Armagh

1784 Feb 3

HUMPHRY-JONES Cory, Corugan, Corry (Upper & Lower) [Corry, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower]

BTW Alexander HUMPHRY of Drumgronock Co. Armagh Gent of 1 pt & Rev. Dr. John JONES of Mullaghbrack Co. Armagh of the other pt. For consideration of £160 granted 12 a in Drungreenagh [Drumgreenagh Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh], held under will of David CARLILE & Lands of Brackley [probably Brackly, Parish Kilclooney (Lower Fews portion), Barony of Fews Lower] belonging to the Lands of Creggans containing abt 33a all in Co. Armagh. WITNESS: Mary FIELD of Mullaghbrack & Samuel COLVILLE of Armagh both in Co. Armagh & Adam BLACK of Mullaghbrack Co. Armagh.

 

367

90

245996

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1785 Apr 15

McCULLAGH, Alexander – READ

Alexander McCULLAH of City of Dublin, Bricklayer of the one part & Samuel REED of sd city Esq of the other part reciting lease 20 May 1781 all that Lott of land situate on lower Ormond Quay in the parish of St. Mary Dublin with an old house or tenement therein containing in front 18 feet 6 perches bounded and described as by a Map thereunto annexed… 99 year lease from a William FORTICK in 1781…and a 2nd lot  17 feet 6 inches reciting that the said Alexander M’CULLOH had lately erected and built on the two lots of ground two good new Dwelling houses and made other improvements thereon for the said Alexander M’CULLOH for and in consideration of the sum of 726 pounds sterling to him in hand paid by the same Samuel REED granted these lands

16d

367

115

246191

JACKSON, John & ors

Monaghan

1705 May 4

JACKSON Names Index: 1777-1785

Sir Annesley STUART et all to Alexander JACKSON of Ballybay Co. Monaghan Gent of the 5th part & John JACKSON of Crieve Co. Monaghan Gent of the 6th pt… Town and lands of Aughlalaverty, Febane abd Lisdrumdoagh otherwise called Aghloeverly…… residue of a term of 500 years SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe

16d

367

160

246445

JACKSON, Luke

Dublin

1785 Mar 4

Luke JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent was an executor of the will of Elizabeth WARREN of City of Dublin, spinster.

16d

367

270

247028

NORTH, Miles

Meath

1785 Jun 30

Btw Miles NORTH of Jackson Hall, Co. Westmorland Esq. of the 1 pt & William WELDON of Gravelnount Co Meath Esq of the other pt. NORTH demised to WELDON lands of Castletownmore Co Meath cont by estimation 231 acres 2 rods and 5 perches for term of 99 years 6 months for year yearly rent of 216 pounds 9 shillings during the remainder of the said term of 39 years. WITNESS: Croasdale MOLONY & Michael MOLONY SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

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248293

McCULLAGH

 

1777-1785

McCULLOGH Alexr to WILLIAMSON

 

368

534

250979

JACKSON, James & wife

Kings

1786 May 9

DOWNES Names Index 1786-1794

Btw James JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],  in Kings Co., Esq. & Margaret JACKSON otherwise FITZGERALD his wife. Which said Margaret was widow acting executrix & residual Legatee of Edward FITZGERALD late of City of Dublin Esq, deceased of the 1st pt. …lots of details on land … Gorteen [probably Gorteen, Parish Roscomroe, Barony of Ballybritt], … and DOWNES family…. Edward FITZGERALD bequeathed to his wife and to Margaret JACKSON 800 pounds & appointed Margaret one of his executors. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran NOTE: James JACKSON married widow Margaret FITZGERALD in 1784. It may have been a 2nd marriage for him.

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368

549

250997

 

 

1786-1793

KINGIN, William-BAILLIE

 

369

108

246566

COULTER, James

Donegal

1784 Jan 30

COULTER, James  – COULTER NOTES in 2009 diary. 1777-1785

James COULTER of Ardnablisk, Co. Donegal of 1st part & William COULTER youngest son of James COULTER.

 

369

376

247889

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1785 Sep 16

Henry JACKSON decd; Cordwainer, Swords, Dublin left said 2 houses to wife Ann, & after her death to said Wm BETTRIDGE, George & John FELLOWES

Ann JACKSON decd; Mrs. mentioned. widow of said Henry JACKSON Roz McC

 

369

497

246976

BROWN

 

 

WARING-BROWN

 

369

497

249429

SEAWRIGHT

Down

1785 Dec 17

SEAWRIGHT, Sarah-ANDERSON NOTES in 2009 diary. 1786-1793

Between Sarah SEAWRIGHT of Newry Co. Down widow of 1 part & George ANDERSON of Newry, Merchant of other part re lands in Market Street, Newry in occupation of George ANDERSON & Elizabeth TOWNLEY ... natural life of Jane ANDERSON wife of said George ANDERSON & daughter to Sarah SEAWRIGHT for use of Jane ANDERSON “her heirs and assigns forever without the control of George ANDERSON or any other husband she may have ...” WITNESS: Brice RICHARDSON, City of Dublin Gent & John GORDON of Newry, Gent.

 

370

20

246409

OLIVER,

Cork

1785 Jan 31

OLIVER, John-JONES 1786-1793

John OLIVER City of Cork Mason. Isaac JONES of same City, Cooper

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71

246769

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1785 Jun 13

BOLTON Names Index: 1777-1785

Btw Henry JACKSON of City of Dublin Merchant of the one pt & Richard BOLTON of said City Esq of the other part Reciting that Edward BURGH of sd City Esq. by indenture bearing date the 10th Dec 1766 set to Lewis Burwell MARTIN of sd City Esq. all that House Messuage Tenement whereon Nicholas FOSTER then dwelt with the Yard Coach House Stable and Out offices thereunto belonging and bounded on the east by  the dwelling house then in possession of Sir Marcus Lowther CROFTON on the West by the dwelling house of  Mr. Edward CROCKER & on the South by  Kings pavement lying and being on the North side of Mary Street in the suburbs of the City of Dublin… lots more detail where it reverted to Richard BOLTON then to Henry JACKSON who was assigned the lands in trust

16d

370

95

247028

NORTH, Miles

Meath

1785 Jun 22

 Btw Miles NORTH of Jackson Hall, Westmorland & Croasdale MOLONY of City of Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & Francis CRUISE of Rathood, Co. Meath of the other. For  for 8,832 ponds 12 shillings pd to Miles NORTH &5 shillings sterling to Croasdale MOLONY granted to Thomas CRUISE lands of  Drakerath cont 505 acres & 1 rood then in tenancy of Columbus DRAKE Esq. Barony of Kells, Co Meath SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

16d

370

133

247106

JACKSON, Richard

Kings

Westmeath

1785 Jul 6

CODD Names Index: 1777-1785

Image 74

Btw John MOOREHEAD of Miltown Co Dublin & Richard JACKSON in Miltown [probably aka Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown or possibly  Milltown, Parish Shinrone, Barony Clonlisk or possibly Milltown, Parish Reynagh, Barony Garrycastle] Kings Co Gent of the 1 pd & Elinor CODD of Attyconnor Co Westmeath widow of the other part. Recites that Richard JACKSON is entitled to the lands of Cornaher Co Westmeath by virtue of a lease 27 Feb 1782 John MOOREHEAD & Richard JACKSON were indebted to Eleanor CODD and paid off the debt. WITNESS William RYLAND & John CODD. NOTE: Keep in mind the CODD family of Lanark, Ontario, Canada & their JACKSON connections to them. NOTE: Sarah MOOREHEAD daughter of John MOOREHEAD was wife of Richard JACKSON See also #230659 SEE: Jacksons of Ballygibbon, Co. Kildare 

16d

370

333

251896

OLIVER, William

Armagh

1786 Jun 27

MAXWELL-OLIVER Brootely, Ennisbar Keady

A Memorial of an indenture of lease bearing date the Seventh day of Novr. One thousand  seven hundred and eighty [1781] one between Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Hall [Crearum, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh]in the County of Armagh Esq of the one part and  Wm OLIVER of Ennisbarr [probably Ennislare, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] in the parish and County of Armagh farmer of the other part. Whereby the said Robert Maxwell for the Considn in said Lease mentioned did Demise Grant and sett and to farm let all that and those that part of the Townland of Brootely [Brootally, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh] late in possession of Elizabeth CLOGHER and now in his possession as the same is now measured and bounded situate lying and being in the Manor of Belleagh parish of Derrynoose Barony and County of Armagh Containing by estimation Fifty-three acres English or Statute measure be the same more or less with the Appurts. To hold to the said Wm OLIVER his Exors Admons and Assigns from the first day of Novr then Inst for the term of Nineteen years at and under the yearly rent of thirty pounds nine Shillings and Sixpence with Twelve pence a pound receivers fees and duties therein mentioned with clauses of distress and reentry and other Clauses Common and usual between Landlord and Tenant And the said lease doth therin Contain a Covenant of  Totes Quoties for the Consideration of a fine proportionable to be paid to the said Robert MAXWELL his heirs admons and assigns as he or they Shall pay to the provost and Fellows of Trinity College Dublin for renewing his Lease of which the Demised premis is a part  and also proportionable part of raised rent in case any additional rent shall hereafter be imposed by the said Lessors on the said Robt MAXWELL which said Indenture of Lease is witnessed by Maxwell Close of Elmpark [Mullaghatinny aka Elm Park, Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny] in the County of Armagh Esq and Saml CUMING of Keady in the said County Gent and this Meml is witnessed by the said Sam CUMING and John Mosson (or Molson) of the City of Armagh Gent. Will OLIVER seal. (Then legal phrases about the witnessing) SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

 

16d

16e

370

379

252830

JACKSON, Anne & Husb

Kings

1786 Sep 8

JACKSON Names Index 1786-1794

Image 200

BTW Hannibal FRASER late of Cottage in Kings Co, Esq & Anne FRASER otherwise JACKSON his wife of the one pt. . Eugenia JACKSON late of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt] but now of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co. Wicklow, widow of Robert JACKSON late of Grange Esq. deceased of the other pt. Reciting Hanibal FRASER & Anne FRASER did grant to Eugenia JACKSON her heirs etc all the undivided moiety of the said Anne FRASER on Cumberland Street bounded on the east with Cumberland St, on the north with  James JACKSON, periwig maker plott on the west with Mathew HERBERT’s holding and on the north with James JACKSONs holding brother to said Anne JACKSON all in town of Parsonstown Barony Ballybritt Kings Co. brother to Anne JACKSON. NOTE: Since Eugenia did not marry until 1797, it seems that Anne, Eugenia & James are siblings and the James who is the periwig maker may be an uncle, nephew or cousin. WITNESS: Robert DROUGHT of City of Dublin Esq. & Thomas LACY clerk to Robert DROUGHT. Hanibal FRASER [SEAL] Anne JACKSON [SEAL] SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

16d

370

398

252862

JACKSON, John

Waterford

1786 Sep 13

JACKSON Names Index 1786-1794

John JACKSON of Glenmore Lodge Co Waterford Esq. of the 1 pt & Ellen JACKSON of Glenmore Lodge mother of the said John JACKSON of the other part. John JACKSON demised to Ellen JACKSON all the farm land and dwelling house of Woodbinehill otherwise Ballygally Co Waterford including the Gen the Orchards, the Sycamore field the field adjoining said field the brow the wood the Inch meadow & the Ferryhouse to hold the same during the life of John Holmes JACKSON Ellen JACKSON and George JACKSON the children of the said John JACKSON for term of 31 years. WITNESS: Edmund ROCHE & John COCKRAN. Memorial witnessed by John COCKRAN & Edward CORKER of [?]llors Co Waterford.

NOTE: Lt John JACKSON (?-1791) wife Mary TROUGHEAR.

16d

370

399

252863

JACKSON, John

Waterford

1786 Sep 13

JACKSON Names Index 1786-1794

See above – more description and names of neighbours.

16d

370

498

253217

JACKSON, Richard

Kings

Westmeath

1786 Oct 31

JACKSON Names Index 1786-1794

Btw Richard JACKSON of Millmount , [aka Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown] Kings Co farmer of the one part & John JACKSON of City of Dublin grocer of the other part. Reciting that John MOOREHEAD of Killbride Co Dublin farmer by indenture 10 Aug 1784 demised to Richard JACKSON all of John MOOREHEADs holding in lands of Cornaher in Co Westmeath cont 100 acres 2 roods profitable Plantation measure NOTE: Sarah MOOREHEAD daughter of John MOOREHEAD was wife of Richard JACKSON. NOTE: See also #230659

SEE: Jacksons of Ballygibbon, Co. Kildare 

16d

371

52

247476

JACKSON, Richard

Kings

Kildare

1785 Aug 3

GEALE & ors Names Index: 1777-1785

Image 336

Btw Richard JACKSON of Milmount [aka Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown] Kings Co Gent of 1 pt & Ebeneezer GEALE, Frederick GEALE, and Daniel GEALE and Daniel GEAL of  the City of Dublin of the other part. Richard JACKSON in Consid of 150 pounds sterling pd to him GEALEs granted part of the lands of Monasteroris called Millmount containing 148 acres 2 roods 20 perches Barony of Collestown, Parish of Monasteroris. Together with the land of Rabbitfield containing by estimation 200 acres and that part of Ballygibbon in the possession of Mary JACKSON containing by estimation  73 acres 1 rood 30 perches the said lands of Rabbitfield and Ballygibbon lying and being in the Barony of Carbury Co Kildare with all singular  the Rights of Members and Appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining yearly and other rents offices  [?] also stocks of Bulls Bullocks Cows Calves Horses Sheep and Lambs with all and singular the farming utensils of any kind or denomination whatsoever with all the Corn Hay and Potatoes that were at the ensealing & delivery of said deed on he the said Richard JACKSON his heirs  and assigns during the term thereunto [?] supplying the said Mary JACKSON or her assigns with and giving her or them the sole use and property in three Horses or Mares and three Milch Cows such as said Mary JACKSON or her assigns should [?]  for her or their own use and  Benefit to be dispersed as they think fit. To hold sd   several Lands premises with the appurtenances  to them the sd Ebeneezer Frederick Daniel GEALE their heirs and assigns for the life of Mary JACKSON provided the original Lease of sd Lands continue so long and the  Rents Issues and Profits thereof subject to the yearly Rent covenants and agreements in the Grand Leases  of sd premises contained and subject to Redemption or payment of the Sum of 100 pounds… WITNESSES: Robert DONOVAN Att of Law, Dublin, & Thomas CARR of Lime Kings Co Merchant. NOTE: Sarah MOOREHEAD daughter of John MOOREHEAD was wife of Richard JACKSON. SEE: Jacksons of Ballygibbon, Co. Kildare

16d

371

286

249036

BREAKEY

 

 

BREAKEY-BREAKEY  

x

371

426

250471

COULTER

Louth

1786 Mar 29

COULTER, George-SHUTER

BTW George COULTER of St. James in Town of Drogheda Gardiner of the 1st pt. Robert Joseph SHUTER of City of Dublin Linen draper  of the other pt. COULTER had a lease to the House and out houses and Gardens  and two parks or fields or meadow ground being part of the Lands of St. James more or less lying or being in the Parish of St. Mary in the County of Town of Drogheda meared and bounded on the  east by lands called the Brickfield on the North by the town leading away from Drogheda to Mornington on the west by lands partly in possession of Wm PARDIS and on the south by lands of Rev Robert CUTHBERT and Mr. Wm CHESHIRE. For 36 years.. in consid of 411 pounds 12 shillings. WITNESS: Richard Annesley SIMPSON & Robert Crosbie LAUDER.

16d

371

488

250528

PUREFOY, William & Martha

Cork

1785 Jun 17

FITZGERALD

Image 552

Marriage settlement btw Walter ATKIN of Windsor, Co. Cork Esq of 1st pt John Thomas ATKIN of Leadingtown Esq eldest son & heir of Walter ATKIN and his late wife Barbara UNIENT deceased of 2nd pt William PUREFOY of City of Cork Esq & Martha PUREFOY spinster 2nd daughter of said William PUREFOY of 3rd pt; Robert FITZGERALD of Corkebeg Co. Cork Esq & Benjamin BOUSFIELD of Lakelands in South Liberties of City of Cork Esq. of 4th pt.

 

371

504

250870

DAWSON

Tipperary

1784 May 6

DAWSON, Rev. Thomas & Catherine-HOLMES

Image 580

Marriage settlement: Hugh MINCHIN of Cottage Tipperary Esq of 1st pt; Peter HOLMES of Peterfield Tipperary Esq. & Rev John PARKER of Castletown Tipperary clk of 2nd pt. Wm PARKER of Ladstown Esq. & Rev  Henry BAYLEY of Ballyanrahan Clk both in Co Tipperary of 3rd pt & Rev Thomas DAWSON of Nenagh Tipperary Clk and Catherine DAWSON spinster one of the daughters of Thomas DAWSON of 4th pt. Lands of Knockkillygrenane Co. Tipperary. WITNESS: James OTWAY of Prior Park Co. Tipperary & Loftus OTAWY of Nenagh merchant Tipperary.

16d

372

25

247369

JACKSON, Samuel & ors

Down

1785 Jul 12

St COMRS Names Index: 1777-1785 Dundonald

Paul Isaac Vateau-Samuel JACKSON of Dundonald

NAMES: Paul Isaac VATEAU of Dundonald, Co. Down; Peter VATEAU aka de VATEAU, VOTO, VAUTEAU; Samuel JACKSON of Dundonald; David FITZGERALD; Timothy FITZGERALD; John FORSAYTH; Peter JACKSON of Dublin; John MOORE - Registrar. OTHER PLACES: East Side of George Lane, Dublin. Transcription thanks to Dawn Lowe.  SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

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372

163

248081

JACKSON, Richard

Armagh

Dublin

1785 Oct 14

BELL Names Index: 1777-1785

Btw Richard JACKSON of Forkhill [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper] Co Armagh Esq. of the one pt & Sarah BELL of City of Dublin widow of the other part. Reciting that William JACKSON late of the City of Dublin Gent  and Mary JACKSON otherwise [AIKIN?] otherwise PAINE his wife both since deceased by Indenture of Release dated 9 May 1763 in consid of 69 pounds 3 shillings to them lent and advanced by sd Richard JACKSON  granted released and confirmed unto the sd Richard JACKSON all that piece or parcel of ground with an house thereupon built and shed situate lying and being  in Dolphins Barn Lane near the Bridge on the North Side thereof in the Manor and Liberty of Thomas Court  and Donore Co Dublin  containing in front from  the river to Mrs. POOLs holding 62 foot and in the rere from the river to Mr POOLs ditch 78 feet and from the front to Mr POOLs park about 256 feet to the same more or less in as full and ample manner as demised by Thomas WILSON of the City of Dublin Merchant & John HIGGINSON of Dolphins Barn aforesaid. Merchant for three leases renewable forever and as the said John HIGGINSON Granted and Conveyed the same unto Samuel PAINE late of Cork St. Co Dublin, brewer deceased. To hold toward Richard JACKSON his heirs and assigns for three lives then in being and the survivor or survivors of them and for the life and lives of such other person and persons should forever be added to the time and term granted of said recited premises by virtue of the lease which they said William JACKSON and Mary his wife held same and the covenant for perpetual renewal subject to a moiety  of the rents therin contained and subject to the Condition of redemption therin also contained a payment of said sum of  69 pounds  12 shillings with Lawful Interest on a day therein mentioned and long since past and reciting that the said sum with a considerable arrear of interest was still due and owing to said Richard JACKSON. By said deed of which this writing the said Richard JACKSON for the consideration therin mentioned did Grant Release and Confirm unto the said Sarah BELL in her actual possession then being by virtue of the Bargain and Sale  therein mentioned all that the aforesaid premises and all said Richard JACKSON interest therin and thereunto to hold to said Sarah BELL her heirs and assigns forever… WITNESSES: John JOHNSTON City of Dublin; & John BELL. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine and Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Pimlico.

16d

372

344

249035

BREAKEY

Monaghan

1785 Nov 11

BREAKEY to DAWSON  Carricknaveagh

William BREAKEYWm BREAKEY of Drumskelt Co. Monaghan Gent & Rev Wm DAWSON of Ruefield [?], Co Monaghan property involved “all that part of Carricknaveagh Remaining of the Lower half ... in the estate of Ballybay next adjoining Eliz GRAY’s tenement ....” the property released to Wm DAWSON.

x

373

090

384305

BARTLEY

Monaghan

1802 Apr12

MITCHELL-TYLER 

NAMES: William Owen MITCHELL of Dublin; Jane BARTLEY of town of Monaghan; Jane FOSTER otherwise Joyce METGE of the town of Monaghan; Mark FOSTER; Walter TYLER of Rosefield; Henry MITCHELL of Town of Monaghan; Walter YOUNG of Town of Monaghan; Joyce FOSTER nèe METGE; W. WILSON.

x

373

175

248272

BREAKEY

 

 

BREAKEY-ROGERS 

x

373

258

248417

OLIVER,

Cork

1785 Jan 13

OLIVER, John -ALLEN

John OLIVER eldest son and Heir at law of Rev. Archdeacon John OLIVER deceased… lands of Killyleagh, City of Cork

16d

373

318

248548

JACKSON, Eugenia & Robert

Kings

1785 Nov 10

JACKSON Names Index: 1777-1785

Btw Eugenia JACKSON of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt] Kings Co widow of 1st pt & Robert JACKSON eldest son  to Eugenia now a coronet in his Majesties Forth Regiment of Horse of 2nd pt which recites that Robert JACKSON Esq. deceased therin named being at the time of his death seized of the Town and Lands of Grange and the four undivided 6th pars of the lands of Ballymackmurragh and also that part of the lands of Ballymoney  [possibly Ballymooney, Parish Geashill, Barony Geashill] distinguished by the Name of the Contort Land  and all those the morth west and south east part of the lands of Cumber [Cumber Lower  and/or Cumber Upper, Parish Kinnitty] are situate in the Barony of Ballybritt & Kings Co…. in his will he devised said lands among others unto Eugenia JACKSON his then wife with power to dispose therof amongst his children in such manner as she think fit. & recites that sd Robert JACKSON was the eldest son and heir at law of said Testator and that said Testator had other real estates effected by said will & recites that the said Robert JACKSON had entered into already of marriage with said Mary CARROLL and thereon it had been agreed to settle the land and premises upon said Robert JACKSON and his heirs to enable him to make a settlement therof… as it had been agreed that the sd Robert JACKSON grant a yearly sum of 150 pounds sterling unto said Eugenia during life in lieu of Dower to commence on the 1st day of November Instant & subject to an annuity of 50 pounds  and 150 pounds and in consideration of 4,000 pounds agreed to be paid by said Robert JACKSON in discharge of a marriage portion of £2,000 as for a portion for his sister Henrietta RUDDOCK otherwise JACKSON now the wife of James Gray RUDDOCK Esq…. lots more legal language: WITNESS: Daniel MAUNSELL City of Dublin barrister. & Robert DROUGHT SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

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373

343

248637

JACKSON,

Henrietta

Kings

Cork

1785 Nov 3

LLOYD & ors Names Index: 1777-178

Image 487

Includes marriage agreement of BTW James Gray RUDDOCK of Ballicor [possibly Ballycore or Ballincor Demesne, Kings Co. Esq. Captain in his Majesties Fourth Regiment of Horse of 1st pt. Henrietta JACKSON  of Grange Kings Co. Spinster of 2nd pt & John LLOYD of Gloster in said Kings Co. Esq. of 3rd pt. James Gray RUDDOCK had an inheritance expectant on the decease of his parents Francis GRAY of Lehena Co. Corke Esq. & Elizabeth his wife and lands of Ballincur orwise Ballinan orwise Ballincore [probably Ballincor Demesne, Parish Kilmurryely, Barony Clonlisk] the town and lands of Gurtavalla orwise Gortovally [Gortavally, Parish Kilmurryely, Barony Clonlisk] orwise Killatry and Killahybeg the Mansion House & townlands of Clonakeen orwise Clonekeen orwise Clonakeene [probably Cloonaheen, Parish Kilmurryely, Barony Clonlisk]  the wood lands and bog of Clonakeen with the appurtenances belonging to townland of Gortnack [possibly Gortavally, Parish Kilmurryely, Barony Clonlisk]   and the bog belonging and ajoining and also the Brusna Meadow [Brosna, Parish Kilmurryely, Barony Clonlisk ] joining the River Brusna [Little Brosna River  rises near Dunkerrin, County Offaly, Ireland. It flows for 36 miles] & also HOWARDS dwelling house and 15a 2r of land formerly in possession of John HOWARD all situate in Barony Clonlisk Kings Co.

….  There follows a list of lands in Co Cork

SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

NOTE Of interest re: other JACKSONs is that two townlands east of Brosna is the Townland of Drumakeenan, Parish Ettagh. Barony Clonlisk. This is the townland where Eagle Hill is.

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373

358

248694

JACKSON, Robert

Tyrone

1785 Nov 18

FALLS for JACKSON Names Index: 1777-1785

 Btw Robert JACKSON of Drumislagy Co Tyrone of the one pt & Thomas FALLS of Fallsbrook Co Tyrone Gent as Trustee for and on behalf of Alexander JACKSON of Augnacloy Co Tyrone a minor under the age of 21 of the other part. Reciting that Jane JACKSON, mother of Robert JACKSON and widow of Alexander JACKSON merchant, made her last will and testament and thereby bequeathed to her two sons Robert and Alexander JACKSON the new house in the town of Aughnacloy next Joseph ELLIOTs held by a lease from Acheson MOORE late of Ravella Co Tyrone Esq. deceased to the same Jane JACKSON for lives renewable for ever…. Robert leased half of the house in Aughnacloy to FALLS. As trustee for Alexander JACKSON

16d

374

237

248874

OLIVER, Andrew

Armagh

1785 Oct 26

OLIVER, Andrew - MCMATH 1777-1785 Tullyvallen Newtown-hamilton

NOTES: Between Andrew OLIVER & Elinor his wife of Newtownhamilton [NOTE: The town is in the townland of Tullyvallan, Parish of Newtownhamilton, Barony of Fews Upper],  Co. Armagh of the one part & Andrew McMATH of Aughadreena, Co. Monaghan of the other part ... Andrew OLIVER with consent of wife Elinor & the sum of £300 made over to Andrew McMATH “all that range of buildings in Newtownhamilton [NOTE: The town is in the townland of Tullyvallan, Parish of Newtownhamilton, Barony of Fews Upper],  aforesaid containing in front 76’ and by the New Inn extending in front 42’ together with the two Stables and Coach Houses and 3 roods of land and turf bog lying west of the road from Armagh to Dundalk with the Malt Kiln Distillery and apps thereon. Also that part of Francis McCAMMONs Kitchen garden lying south of the wall inclosing the back yard of sd Inn together with that part of Tullyvallen then in possession of John MURPHY containing and exclusive of the Law [bed?] River 5 acres 1 rood & [etc] ... Witness: John STEELE, City of Dublin Attorney. James NIBLOCK of Castleblayney, Co, Monaghan Innkeeper.

 

374

262

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WALKER

Armagh

1785 Sep 10

SCOTT-WALKER NOTES in 2009 diary.  1786-1793

William SCOTT of Lisdrumgullean [Lisdrumgullion , Parish Newry (Armagh portion), Barony Orior Upper otherwise called Canal Quay in part of Newry in Co. Armagh], Co. Armagh, Esq demised to John WALKER of Newry, merchant ...dwelling house & lands in Newry then in possession of William SCOTT 4 acres bounded on south west by Bason  [Benson?] Walk on the North by the ground then held by BENSON on the east by the Great River of Newry and on the west by the Newry Canal situated in Lisdrumgullian & Co. Armagh. WITNESS: Daniel BROWNE of Newry, Co. Down & Alexander FALLS of that part of Newry in Co. Down. NOTE: Rev. Daniel Gunn BROWNE.

 

374

275

249017

JACKSON, Anne

Dublin

1785 Dec 9

ALLEN Names Index: 1777-1785

Anne JACKSON of Summer St. widow and sister & executor of William HUNT of Chamber St, Dublin, Clothier, deceased. NOTE: Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff - Descendants Anne HUNT was the widow of William JACKSON.

Transcription thanks to Dawn Lowe. Deed 374-275-249017.

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249391

JACKSON, George & Maria

Mayo

1780 Jan 3

JACKSON-CUFFE Names Index 1786-1794

Btw George JACKSON the elder of Prospect  Co Mayo & Jane JACKSON otherwise CUFFE his wife and George JACKSON the younger of Prospect eldest son Esq. & Maria JACKSON otherwise RUTLEDGE his wife of 1st pt Wm RUTLEDGE of Foxford... lots of lands mentioned, SEE: JACKSONs of Enniscoe & Mayo

 

374

351

249392

JACKSON, George

Mayo

1786 Jan 23

RUTLEDGE-JACKSON

George JACKSON the younger… lands in Barony of Tyrawly.

SEE: JACKSONs of Enniscoe & Mayo

1

374

351

249394

JACKSON, George

Mayo

1786 Jan 23

See 249395

SEE: JACKSONs of Enniscoe & Mayo

 

374

351

249395

JACKSON, George

Mayo

1786 Jan 3

RUTLEDGE-JACKSON Transcription thanks to Dawn Lowe

George JACKSON the younger of Prospect, Co. Mayo

NAMES: William RUTLEDGE of Foxford; George JACKSON jr. of Prospect, Co. Mayo; Robert MARTIN; William ORME; Rev. Charles KENT; John MOORE. PLACES: Creggaballagh, Parish of Killasser, Barony of Gallen, Co. Mayo; Treannagleragh, Parish of Killedan, Barony of Gallen, Co. Mayo; Dangan.

SEE: JACKSONs of Enniscoe & Mayo

d

374

354

249396

JACKSON,

Maria

Mayo

1786 Jan 3

JACKSON Names Index 1786-1794

Maria Rutledge wife of George JACKSON the younger of Prospect.

Transcription thanks to Dawn Lowe SEE: JACKSONs of Enniscoe & Mayo

1

374

459

250065

JACKSON, Robert

Dublin Wicklow

1785 Nov 17

JACKSON-FAIRBROTHER Names Index 1786-1794

Marriage settlement:

Robert JACKSON cornet in his Majesties 4th Regiment of Horse in Ireland of 1st pt & Mary CARROLL of City of Dublin Spinster of 2nd pt Wm FAIRBROTHER of Willsborough Co Wicklow & Coote CARROLL of City of Dublin Esq of 3rd pt & James JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], & John DROUGHT of Whigsborough both in Kings Co. Of 4th pt. Marriage btw Robert JACKSON & Mary CARROLL... demised townlands of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt] & pt of townlands of Balltmac macmurragh & the great and small tythes of the townlands of Grange Hall situated in Barony of Ballybrot [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt], Kings Co.... Mary’s brother George CARROLL SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

 

374

494

250216

JACKSON, Thomas & William

Antrim

1786 Feb 28

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

Ballynadrentagh & Tythes

Crossbeg

JACKSON & another-WHITLA JACKSON-WHITELAW Names Index 1786-1794

 Btw Thomas JACKSON of the town & City of Antrim & William JACKSON of Randalstown [Randalstown, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper], & Valentine WHITLA of Gorbrana [?] Parish of Glenavy [Glenavy] Co Antrim... released half of the lands of Ballynadrintagh [Ballynadrentagh, Parish Killead, Barony Massereene Lower] alia Crossbegg with the rectorial tithes thereof in parish of Killead Barony Massareene to WHITLA.. WITNESS James BAXTER of Briain [?] Gent, Robert YOUNG & William HOLMES of Antrim Merchants. Probably SEE: JACKSONS of Steeple

 

374

508

250308

JACKSON, Anne & ors

Mayo

1784 Jun 18

JACKSON-ORME Names Index 1786-1794

Btw George JACKSON the elder of Prospect, Co Mayo & Anne JACKSON 2nd daughter of George JACKSON of 1 pt & Wm ORME of Tully...

SEE: JACKSONs of Enniscoe & Mayo

 

375

10

247623

OLIVER, Andrew Rev

OLIVER, John

Armagh

Fermanagh

1785 Aug 10

 

OLIVER, Andrew Rev - OLIVER, John 1777-1785 1811-1820 Tullysarren [Tullysaran, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh].

A Memorial of a deed of Mortgage by lease & release bearing date [?] the 28th and 29th days of July in the year 1785 between the Rev. Andrew OLIVER of Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh Clerk, Andrew OLIVER of Newtownhamilton [NOTE: The town is in the townland of Tullyvallan, Parish of Newtownhamilton, Barony of Fews Upper],  in Co. Armagh Gent & John OLIVER of Tullymore [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh], in said Co. of Armagh Gent of the one part and James OLIVER of Augsebragh [NOTE: There is no townland with the name in modern times in Co. Armagh. My best guess is Armaghbrague in the southernmost tip of the Parish of Lisnadill and with Tullyvallen (Parish of Newtownhamilton) on its southern border. That is, if the borders did not change. If it is in Co. Tyrone, then Aughasallagh is also a good bet] in the said Co. of Armagh Gent of the other part. Wherin is recited that Wm OLIVER of Mullintur [possibly Mullantur, Parish Ballymore, Barony Orior Lower] in said County of Armagh being seized in the townland of Tullysarren [Tullysaran, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh]  in the said County of Armagh devised the same to Rev OLIVER & Wm OLIVER share and share alike and also that said William OLIVER died a bachelor intestate whereby his share in said lands descended to his two brothers the said Andrew OLIVER & John OLIVER and said release witnessed that the said Revd  Andrew OLIVER, Andrew OLIVER and John OLIVER in consideration of the sum of £100.11s.1 ½ to them in hand paid by the said James OLIVER did grant bargain sell alien release and confirm unto the said James OLIVER his heirs and assigns all that and those the Town and Lands of Tullysarren formerly in the possession of Samuel KNIPE deceased situate lying and being in the Manor of Charlemount and County of Armagh all the estate right to the interest claim and demand whatsoever of them the said Rev. Andrew OLIVER, Andrew OLIVER & John OLIVER of in to or out of the said premes share and to hold all the said released premes unto the said James OLIVER his heirs & assigns for ever subject to redemption or payment of the said sum of £122.11.1 ½ with legal interest on the 1st day of Sept next coming with said deed of mortgage & this memorial was witnessed by John MOSSOM of Armagh in the Co. of Armagh, Gent & Henry HUTCHISON of the same Innkeeper. James OLIVER [SEAL] etc sworn 2 Aug 1785. SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

 

375

77

249241

JACKSON, Thomas & William & ors

Antrim

1785 Dec 31

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

Ballynadrentagh & Tythes

HUNTER & ors Names Index: 1777-1785

Image 337

Btw Thomas JACKSON of Antrim and William JACKSON of Randalstown [Randalstown, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper], both in Co Antrim Gents of the one pt & John HUNTER & Robert METLAND of Ballynadrontagh [Ballynadrentagh, Parish Killead, Barony Massereene Lower in Co. Antrim of other pt. part of land of Ballynadrontagh [Ballynadrentagh, Parish Killead, Barony Massereene Lower] 21 acres 20 perches parish of Killead … WITNESS: John BLACK and Henry HUNTER of Killead Co. Antrim farmers & Alexander ARTHUR Attorney of Belfast. Probably SEE: JACKSONS of Steeple

16d

375

77

249242

JACKSON, Thomas & William & ors

Antrim

1785 Dec 31

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

Ballynadrentagh & Tythes

MACARTNEY Names Index: 1777-1785

Image 337

Btw Thomas JACKSON of Antrim and William JACKSON of Randalstown both in Co Antrim Gents of the one pt & Thomas MaCARTNEY of Ballynadrentagh [Ballynadrentagh, Parish Killead, Barony Massereene Lower] Antrim farmer of other pt.… 15 acres leased [the land is described] Probably SEE: JACKSONS of Steeple

16d

375

92

249577

BARTLEY

Monaghan

1786 Jan 6

WADDELL & anr to BARTLEY & anr (image) Book 45 (1739-1810)  Lisnavean Ballindaragh Cordufflis Corduffles.

NAMES: Alexander WADDELL of Lisnaveane; Mary Ann FOSTER aka McCLENNAN aka ARMSTRONG; Dr. George BARTLEY; John McCLEARY of Monaghan; Thomas WRIGHT; Joseph SMITH; John MOORE. OTHER PLACES: Balindaragh & Brackley, Co. Armagh.

d

375

205

250967

GILMOR

Sligo

1785 Aug 10

Wm SMITH-GILMORE

Image 412

BTW Elizabeth FOARD widow, William SMITH, Mary SMITH otherwise FOARD his wife all of Smithfield [??] in Co. Sligo, William PHILIPS Co. Sligo of 1 pt; William GILMOR of Ballyglass (NOTE: there are 4 Ballyglass Townlands) Co. Sligo of other pt … park containing 3a 30p near Town of Sligo bounded on the south west with piece of ground formerly in tenure of John BURROWS of Sligo Merchant on the north west with a road leading to the Town of Sligo and on north east with another road leading to the Town of Sligo formerly demised by Benjamin BURTON late of City of Dublin Alderman deceased to James MURRAY late of Sligo deceased re lease dated 4 May 1798 with all the houses thereon afterwards demised by Samuel BURTON late of City of Dublin Esq. deceased  to Mitchelburn KNOX late of Sligo Esq. deceased by lease 24 May 1731… to be held by William GILMOR as was held by Robert KING late of Sligo deceased  in actual possession of William GILMORE  and his tenants for lives of Prince of Wales Frederick Bishop of Asnaleargh & James GILMOR 2nd son of said William GILMOR aged abt 16 years … Elizabeth FOARD [SEAL] and William SMITH [SEAL] in presence of [incl] James GILMOR.

 

375

232

250863

McCULLAGH

Kings

1786 May 5

McCULLOCH Mary to ASLEY

Marriage article btw William STATIONER of 1st pt; Mary McCULLOH of the said City [city not mentioned] spinster 2nd daughter of Ann McCULLOH then late of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], in Kings Co. deceased who was one of the sisters of Fenwick LYDDALL then late of Threadneedle Street London Gent deceased of 2nd pt; & Richard ASLY of said city of 3rd pt.. Fenwick LYDALL wrote his last will 9 Nov 1772 where he bequeathed his estate in Bershire… children of his 3 sisters Mrs. McCULLOH, Mrs. MASON & Mrs. SIMPLE….

16d

375

264

251022

JACKSON, William

Marcus

Limerick

1786 May 10

MAHON Names Index 1786-1794

Btw William Marcus JACKSON of Altimira in the North Liberties of the City of Limerick Gent of the 1 pt; James MAHON of City of Limerick Merchant… lands in north liberties of City of Limerick

16d

375

264

251023

JACKSON, William

Marcus

Limerick

1786 May 10

MAHON Names Index 1786-1794

 See above – other details, but much the same.

16d

375

304

251176

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1786 May 13

CORNWALL-WALKER House in Vicar St., Dublin

WITNESS: William JACKSON Gent Dublin City Roz McC

 

375

320

251229

JOHNSTON, John & James

Armagh

1786 May 16

James JOHNSTON-JOHNSTON    

James JOHNSTON of Drumorgan [Drumorgan, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] Mullaghbawne [Mullaghbane, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] Co Armagh farmer did for consid transfer to John JOHNSTON of City Armagh Inn keeper… lands in Drumorgan WITNESS : Thomas MOOREHEAD & Henry  HUTCHINSON both of Armagh. NOTE: James JOHNSTON signed with a mark.

16d

375

526

251943

PUREFOY, James

Dublin

Galway

Warwickshire

1786 Jun 27

Bishop of Clonfort

Image 574

BTW John Jervis WHITE of Belcamp Co. Dublin Esq of 1st pt James PUREFOY of Woodfield Co. Galway Esq. of 2nd pt & Rt. Rev John Lord Bishop of Clonfort & Kilmacdonagh of 3rd pt. Reciting indenture 14 Mar 1738 btw William PUREFOY of Wolvers Hill [aka Wolvers hall] of 1st pt. James Kane of City of Dublin Gent of 2nd pt. Isaac DOBSON of City of Dublin Esq. of 3rd pt. Henry HATCH of City of Dublin Esq. of 4th pt. & Thomas POWELL of City of Dublin Gent of 5th pt. The said William PUREFOY released to Isaac DOBSON all William PUREFOY’s part and proportion of the Castle Town and Lands of Purefoy’s Place otherwise Clonbollogue containing 600a in Kings Co. to Isaac DOBSON in trust for use of Henry HATCH and reciting that premes then vested in John Jarvis WHITE of which this a memorial at the request of James PUREFOY

NOTE: The last William PUREFOY of Wolvershill [aka Wolvershall] had a brother George of Hinckley who died in 1733, leaving with a son, George who died in 1743, two daughters, Mary, wife of Joseph Harper, Esq. of Hinckley, and Anne, of John Strong Ensor, Gent. SOURCE A genealogical and Heraldic History of the Extinct and Dormand Baronetcies. John Burke.

NOTE: This William PUREFOY is likely the son of William PUREFOY (1622-1699) & Flora HENSHAW. Wolvershill Hall.

375

376

159

250124

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1786 Mar 3

McCULLOGH Alexander to MURPHY

Alexander McCULLOGH bricklayer of 1 pt & Andrew MURPHY of Dublin Coal Factor of the other. In consid of 119 pounds… dwelling house on Lower Ormond quay in parish of St. Mary’s cont in front 17 feet 6 inches…

16d

376

272

250765

OLIVER,

Armagh

1786 May 2

OLIVER, Robert-OLIVER

Image 145

Deed Poll btw Robert OLIVER of Lismullaghdown parish of Aughalow and Parish of Tyrone of 1 pt & Mark OLIVER of the aforesaid town of the other pt. transfer of land in Lismulladown then in possession of Mark OLIVER for term of 10 years until the debts of the sd Robert OLIVER are thereby fully paid. At the yearly profit rent of 10 pounds. Witnessed by Thomas DAVISON & James OLIVER both of Lismulladown. & Robert PETTIGREW of Crilly Co Tyrone.

16d

376

460

251901

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1786 May 25

WILSON to JACKSON Kilmakinly Woodvale Balymacone

Image 242

A Meml of a Deed of Sale  bearing date the twenty fifth day of May one thousand seven hundred and eighty six made between Robt WILLSON of Ballymacone [Ballymacombs More, or Ballymacombs-Beg, Parish Ballyscullion, Barony Loughinsholin] in the Co of Armagh  Esq of the one part and Robert JACKSON of Woodvale [probably Corry, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] in the Sd Co Esq of the other part. Whereby the Sd Robt WILLSON for the considns therin mentd did bargain Sell Assign Alien Release and Confirm unto the Robt JACKSON his Execs Admins & Assigns all that part of the townlands of Kilmakinly [probably Kilmacanty, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West]  in the Co of Armagh aforesaid that Robt WILSON father to the Sd. Robert WILSON party to these presents was intitiled togr with all the rights..... [legal]  .... Townlands of Killmakinly and Turf Bog in Ballyoilly [??]   .... Robert JACKSON [SEAL] WITNESS: James KIGAN of Ballyhegan [Ballyhagan, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] Gent & Hugh RUSH of Corry [Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] Miller both in the co Armagh & Wm KEGAN of Greenagh in Co Armagh farmer James  KIGAN of Ballyhegan aged 60 years

 

376

566

254907

McCULLAGH

 

1786-1793

McCULLOCH Alexander to TAGGART

 

377

30

249617

JACKSON,

Jno

Waterford

1785 Oct 2

DUNPHY Names Index 1786-1794

John JACKSON, High Sherriff of Co. Waterford

15

377

205

251437

McCULLAGH, James

Down

1783 Apr 23

James AIKIN of North St., Newry of 1st pt to James McCULLAGH of Lisnagade, Aughaderg, Co Down of 2nd pt  for 10s per annum; tenement in North St Newry that AIKIN held from William CROSS deceased of Newry. PMcW

 

377

212

251523

OLIVER,

Wexford

1786 Mar 10

OLIVER, William-FRAYNEY 1786-1793

William OLIVER of Mt Laban Co. Wexford farmer…. Lands of 66 acres…..during the natural lives of said William OLIVER, John OLIVER, Thomas OLIVER all sons of John OLIVER of Templeodigan….

15

377

230

251713

 

Meath

1786 Jun 17

KNIPE, Rev E.-NUGENT 1786-1793

…Land of  Summertown,.. [Not pert in 2015]

15

377

278

252202

JACKSON, Joseph

Tipperary

1775 Oct 6

SARGINT-JACKSON

Image 462

BTW Robert SARGIANT of Commas Co. Tipperary Gent of 1 pt & Joseph JACKSON of Tincurry Co. Tipperary of other pt. … gave liberty to Joseph JACKSON to enclose and ditch a piece of the Commons of Mountain belonging to Tincurry northwards and adjoining the piece of mountain enclosed before by said Joseph JACKSON to contain 40a and no more in consideration of £40 … WITNESS Hugh EVANS of City of Cashell Dr. of Physic and Thomas JACKSON of Tincurry Gent & Samuel ACHESON of Tincurry. Joseph JACKSON [SEAL]

 

377

334

251266

 

 

1785 Sep 22

James JOHNSTON – McCREA 1786-93

Had wrong book 373

Image 176

BTW James JOHNSTON of Clogher Co. Tyrone Innkeeper of 1 pt & Thomas McCREA of Corke farmer of other pt. residue of lease for 31 years or life of David JOHNSTON 21 Sep 1782 btw David JOHNSTON of Malybany Co. Tyrone farmer of 1 pt & James JOHNSTON of the other

16

377

418

253324

McCULLAGH, Rev. James

Antrim

1786 Aug 12

McCULLAGH, Rev. James – McCULLAGH 1786-1793

Rev James M’CULLOCH of Cokeman [?],, Co. Antrim of one part & John M’CULLOCH of Larne, Co. Antrim Gent and Patrick M’CULLOCH of Larne nephew of said James M’CULLOGH… demised farm of North Ballyruther [Ballyruther, Parish Carncastle, Barony Glenarm Upper] … 60a… Parish of Caincastle, Co. Antrim.. WITNESS: Samuel FERRIS of Larne, Co. Antrim Surgeon & William JACKSON Surgeon in his Majesties Navy . John M’CULLOCH

15

377

474

254063

JACKSON, Richard

Cavan

1786 May 5

MARTIN Names Index 1786-1794

Image 564

Richard JACKSON of Forkhill [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper], Co. Armagh demised lands in Killeshandra, Co. Cavan… SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

15

377

535

255181

JACKSON, Clare

Dublin

1786 Nov 22

JOHNSTON Names Index 1786-1794

Robert ALLEN of Killemana, Dublin, Tailor; Clare ALLEN née JACKSON, his wife. NOTE: Could they be connected to the ALLEN & JACKSONs of Parish of Creggan, Co. Armagh?

d

378

60

378358

BAILIE

 

1804 Sep 12

BAILIE to BAILIE

x

378

227

252667

 

 

1786-93

Martha JOHNSTON & Husb- HUMPHRY 

16

378

302

231408

BROWNE

Monaghan

1739-1810

BROWNE to McMORRAN Wrong book. (TI Bk 45)

Monaghan (Diamond)

16

378

328

253122

DONALDSON

Armagh

1739-1810

DONALDSON to DONALDSON COOK (TI Bk 45) Wrong book – there is a 253121 and 253123, but not 253122. Shantenagh

 

378

383

253480

PUREFOY, Elizabeth

 

1786 May 3

BOUSFIELD

Image 206

BTW Thomas Benjamin BARTER Co. Cork Esq of 1st pt Benjamin BARTER of Annagh Esq eldest son & heir of Thomas Benjamin BARTER of 2nd pt. William PUREFOY of City of Cork Esq & Elizabeth PUREFOY spinster 3rd daughter of William PUREFOY of 3rd pt. Benjamin BOUSFIELD of Lakelands in South Liberties of City of Cork Esq. & William Vernon BARTER of Myrtle Hill Co. Cork Esq. of 4th pt. Marriage btw Benjamin BARTER & Elizabeth PUREFOY … lands in Co. Cork.

 

378

395

253557

JOHNSTON

Fermanagh

1786 Nov 13

John JOHNSTON –JOHNSTON   

John JOHNSTON late of Drumnirallagh Co Fermanagh of one pt & Jane JOHNSTON otherwise Clendinging, his wife of the 2nd pt & James JOHNSTON of Drumluce Co. Fermagah of the 3rd pt. Signed in presence of Robert GRAHAM of Trory McCrue [?] JOHNSTON & Mr Robert JOHNSTON of Enniskillen  & Catherine JOHNSTON of Ederney

16d

379

4

249968

BOYD

Tyrone

1785 Mar 29

MARSHALL & Assignees of BOYD a Bankrupt Moy

Image 327

John MARSHALL of Blackwatertown , Co Armagh & Robert MAGILL of Anahavill, Co Londonderry Gent assignees of John & Robert BOYD of Moy, Co Tyrone Bankrupts of the 1 pt & Mary BOYD of the City of Armagh Spinster ... 1 Jun 1765 Rt. Hon James Earl of Charlemount had demised lands to Robert BOYD lot of ground in town of Moy Co. Tyrone for [royal] lives … John MARSHALL & Robert MAGILL sold to Mary BOYD. WITNESS: John McKINSTRY & Richard WHITTINGTON. Mary BOYD [SEAL] NOTE: Likely connected to Rev. Daniel Gunn BROWNE’s mother.

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379

86

250881

McCULLAGH

Down

1785 Nov 1

McCULLOCH Alexander to McCULLY

Image 370

BTW James CRAIG of Roddens Samuel BELL of Greyabbey & Alexander McCULLOCH of Rathgill all in Co. Down all executors of will of Alexander M’CULLOCH of Bowton Co. Down deceased of 1 pt & Margaret McCULLY of Ballyhall Co. Down Widow of other pt. in consideration of £182 … lands of Ballybryan alias Ballybrene commonly called Robinson’s Farm now in occupation of Hugh McCULLEN Hugh McKITERICK and James BLAIR … computed from 1 Nov 1738 … WITNESS: James TAGGERT & Daniel Moore ECHLIN both of Newtownards. Alexander McCULLOCH [SEAL]

 

379

185

251697

IRWIN, Richard

Leitrim

Waterford

1785 Mar 2

IRWIN-O’BRIEN Probably from the 1768 Names Index

Image 420

BTW Richard IRWIN of Drumsilla Co. Leitrim Esq of 1st pt & Cornelius BOLTON of Ballycanavan Co. Waterford Esq & John HASSARD of Toam Co. Cavan Esq of 2nd pt & John O’BRIEN of Drumrahan Co. Leitrim Esq. of 3rd pt. … lands of Killefea, Lismacniff and Drumregan in Barony Mohll, Co. Leitrim

 

379

412

253483

JACKSON,

Joshua

Cork

1786 Jan 1

JACKSON Names Index 1786-1794

Image 534

BTW Joshua JACKSON of town of Youghall, Co Cork, Merchant of 1 pt  & Anna JACKSON widow of other pt.  … reciting 1 Jul 1785 btw John SMTH of Town of Youghal Co. Cork of 1 pt & Joshua JACKSON  piece of land in New Quay commonly called Smythes Quay ... for lives incl Wm BAYLY eldest son of Peter BAILY of Youghall Notary Public … Joshua JACKSON [SEAL] & Anna JACKSON [SEAL]

 

379

546

255468

DAWSON

Dublin

1707 Feb 26

DAWSON, Mary A-BROWN 1786-1793

Alexander David BROWN, jeweller of Dublin... Fawns St Dublin

 

379

554

255489

McCULLAGH

 

1786-1793

McCULLOGH Alexander to BLEAKLY

 

380

52

252657

LINDSAY

Coleraine

1739-1810

LINDSAY-GALT

WRONG #: ROD: 377- 342-252657 Not in bk 378, 379, 380, 381.

Not in Grantors Index (David LINDSAY): 1739-1810

Not in Townland Index 1708-1738

Not in Townland Index – 1739-1810 (David LINDSAY)

David LINDSAY formerly of Colerain then of Summerhill Co. Londonderry & John GALT and Charles GALT both of Colerain… lease of lands in parish of Colerain

15

380

60

254512

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1786 Jun 5

Image 37

JACKSON-KIGAN

BTW Robert JACKSON of Woodvale [probably Corry, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] Co. Armagh Esq of 1 pt & James KIGAN of Ballykigan Co. Armagh of other pt.

 

380

61

254515

GORE, Anne

Wicklow

1786 Nov 19

Image 37

BTW Anne GORE Widow & sole survivor & trustee named in will of Richard GORE late of Sandymount Co. Wicklow Esq. deceased of 1 pt. Bibby HARTFORD of City of Dublin Esq. of other pt. Whereby the said Ann GORE by consent of William GORE 2nd son of Richard GORE Dorothea WEBB orse GORE widow, George William MOLLINEAUX Catherine MOLLINEAUX otherwise GORE his wife Gertrude GORE, Ann GORE and Jane GORE spinsters which said Dorothea, Catherine, Gertrude Anne and Jane are daughters of Richard GORE deceased. Ann GORE in consideration of £62.11.3 sold to Bibby HARTFORD the old Brick House slated situated in Coal Market in City of Kilkenny wherein Michael KEOUGH lately lived … WITNESS: Arthur THOMAS of City of Dublin Esq. & Stephen BRYAN of City of Dublin Gent. Ann GORE [SEAL]

 

380

85

352765

McCULLAGH

 

1786-1793

McCULLOCK William to WILSON 

x

380

146

25469

JACKSON, Luke

Antrim

1786 Dec 2

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

Grove farm

Lisnagungge Lisneguiga

JACKSON-PARLAR BTW Luke JACKSON of Kells, Co. Antrim Gent of 1 pt & John PARTON of Kells, innholder , of the other pt. Luke JACKSON demised that part of land called The Grove [possibly Lisnagreggan, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper] farm containing 39a 22 in parish of Connor to hold for lives of Luke JACKSON & Samuel BRISTOW son of Samuel BRISTOW Esq. & George McFERRAN son of George McFERRON…  WITNESS: Roger CASEMENT & Francis DINSMORE both of Kells, Co. Antrim Gents.

 

380

461

257024

JACKSON, Peter

Dublin

1787 May 30

Peter JACKSON witness: From William ESDALL, silversmith and heir at law of George ESDALL of Raheny [northern part of City of Dublin today], deceased and Mary ESDALL, otherwise HIDE [aka HYDE?], widow of George ESDALL to Samuel DICK all dwelling houses, outhouses, gardens + fields part of Raheny lately occupied by Sir Ulick BLAKE + then Geo. ESDALL and other land. Brian

 

380

466

257031

JACKSON, Thomas

Sligo

1783 May 23

McAULEY to JACKSON Church Lane [perhaps near St. Paul’s?]

Image 183

BTW Robert McAULEY of Town & City of Sligo Linen Weaver of 1 pt & Thomas JACKSON of Colooney Co. Sligo of the other pt…. houses in Church Lane [in Townland Magheraboy, Parish St. John's, Barony Carbury]  Town of Sligo … for lives of William McAULEY, George WINTERSCALE & Robert PLUNKETT … for £20 McAULEY transferred to Thomas JACKSON sworn before 2 Justices of the Peace in Sligo – Thomas JACKSON [SEAL] WITNESS: George ORMSBY a [?] Extraordinary .John MARTIN Hugh O’ROURKE. NOTE: Colooney is possibly Collooney, Parish Ballysadare, Barony Tirerrill, OR probably Clooneally, Parish Ballysumaghan, Barony Tirerrill

 

380

562

258043

JACKSON, Samuel

Down

Dublin

1780 Aug 6

GORMAN Names Index 1786-1794

Image 236

Lease between Samuel JACKSON in Mount Pleasant in the Co. Down Esq of the one part and John GORMAN, of George Street in the city of Dublin merchant of the other part. Whereas the said Samuel JACKSON for the considerations therein mentioned demised and set unto the said John GORMAN all that and those the street and back house in Great George Street number 38 situate lying and being on the West side of great George Street in the city of Dublin meared and bounded as follows to wit on the East to a house and premises in the possession of Michael CLINTON on the West by South great George Street aforesaid on the North by a house number 37 on the South by a house and premises in the possession of MALONEY always [?] Out of said demise unto Mrs Martha LEGAINER during her life as long as she chooses the full free and uninterrupted possession of the dining room bedchamber and the closet thereto adjoining as also the use of the[?] hole & [?] House in common with the said John GORMAN his heirs etc or, as with full and free liberty of ingress egress and regress to and for the said Martha LEGAINER and family to and the premises nearby for her reserved. To hold onto the said John GORMAN his heirs etc for the term of 20 one years from thence an ensuing subject to the yearly rent of £30 payable half yearly as there in mentioned and in which lease there are containing usual clauses between landlord and tenant and the said lease is duly executed by the Samuel JACKSON and John GORMAN and witnessed by Stephen HANLEY and John MALONEY of the city of Dublin gent and this Memorial is duly executed by the said John GORMAN witnessed by the said Stephen HANLEY and James HEGAN (or KEGAN?) of the city of Dublin gent. NOTE: I suspect this is Samuel Jackson b: 1737 in Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim, Ireland or at Stormont, Co. Down. SEE: Samuel JACKSON of Dundonald.

 

380

641

258237

McMURRAY

Monaghan

1739-1810

McMURRY to McMURRY  Drumgaveny (TI Bk 45)

x

380

666

258320

IRWIN, William & wife

 

 

IRWIN-IRWIN Probably from the 1768 Names Index

 

381

46

254692

JACKSON,

Luke

 

 

JACKSON-PARKER Names Index 1786-1794 Wrong book. I tried 386, but it was not there (numbers either side were there).  Not bk 301 or 384 or 385I wrote it down in Nov 2010, and it is exactly what the clerk wrote down a few hundred years ago. I do have one for 321-445-217204 Luke JACKSON -PARKER.

16

17

381

113

251408

GETHIN

Sligo

1786 May 23

Percy GETHIN Marriage Settlement

Image 381

BTW Sir Percy GETHIN of Sligo, Co. Sligo Bart of 1st pt & Anne NAGLE of City of Dublin Spinster of 2nd Pt. George IRWIN of Castle IRWIN Co. Fermanagh Esq. & Thomas FITZGERALD of Geraldine Co. Kildare Esq. of 3rd pt & James CANE Esq. Capt in his Majesty’s 12th Regiment of Dragoons & Thomas CROKER of City of Dublin Esq. of the 4th pt. Marriage to be held btw Sir Percy GETHIN and Anne NAGLE … properties in Sligo …. [descriptions of properties – no mentions of JACKSONs]

 

381

283

251987

BAILIE

Down

1786 Jun 30

BAILIE to WARD – mentioned in PRONI Ward Papers. Innishargy

Transfer by James BAILIE & wife Ann – lands in Barony of Ards...

 

381

301

252027

JACKSON, James

Kings

1786 Jun 10

Image 477

BTW Dominck BURKE of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co. Gent of 1 pt & Patrick KEATING of Birr Kings Co apothecary of other pt. Description of land – James JACKSON’s lane was a neighbouring occupant. Birr, Barony Ballybritt, Kigs Co.

 

381

373

252570

 

Monaghan

1782 Nov 1

BRUNKER-CUNNINGHAM Book 45 (1739-1810) Cordevlish

John BRUNKER & Samuel CUNNINGHAM Linnen Draper... part of lands in Crieve... SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe

 

382

69

253803

BRADFORD

Monaghan

1786 Nov 11

TENISON & son to BRADFORD 1739-1810 (TI Bk 45) Edenena

Thomas TENNISON Sr & Thomas TENNISON jr both of Coalville, Co Rosscommon demised to Robert BRADFORD lands of Edenena then in actual possession of Robert BRADFORD… demised to John BRADFORD Bror [Brother?]  to said Robert BRADFORD. WITNESS: Owen Blayney MITCHELL and Alexander JACKSON of Ballybay.

SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe

16d

382

76

253561

JOHNSTON - IRWIN

Tyrone

1786 Nov 13

Robert JOHNSTON Marriage Arts  

Marriage btw George SPEAR & Jane IRWIN.. lands in Co. Tyrone

16d

382

189

254082

OLIVER, Thomas

Cork

1786-1793

OLIVER,Thomas -DRISCOLL

16

382

199

254224

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1786 Dec 12

McDONOGH Names Index 1786-1794

John JACKSON of City of Dublin, Baker, demised land in Little Butter Lane.

16d

383

286

253831

McKEE

Armagh

1786 Jul 10

Image 459

John McKEE of Derryhail [Derryhale, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] Co. Armagh Linen Draper confirmed to David McKEE of Sheives [Shewis, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] Co. Armagh interest in lands of Derryhail Co. Armagh which were demised to James McKEE dec’d by William RICHARDSON late of Richhill Co. Armagh the ffather [?] of said James McKEE and David McKEE for lives of John, William and David McKEE. WITNESS Thomas GILLEPSIE of City of Armagh Printer & Thomas QUIN of City of Armagh Innkeeper.

 

383

292

253838

JACKSON, John & William

Longford

1786 Nov 28

JACKSON-MOORE Names Index 1786-1794

Image 461

 John JACKSON and William JACKSON both of Moneydarragh, Co Longford Gents  of 1 pt & Robert MOORE and Lewis MOORE both of Upper Moneydarragh Co. Longfaord farmers and William WAIRE of City of Dublin farmer of other pt. demised part of lands of Moneydarragh, Parish of Edgeworthstown,  Barony of Ardagh, Co Longford then in possession of Robert & Lewis MOORE containing 56a and yearly rent of £48 for 99 years. WITNESS: Richard JACKSON Gent & James SMYTH Attorney & Michael MOORE of Moneydarragh Yeoman

16d

383

382

254056

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1786 Dec 1

JACKSON-SCOTT Names Index 1786-1794

 Alexander GORDON Clockmaker, Andrew MOLLER Merchant, Wm PIKE Plummer, James JACKSON Glass & Delph Ware seller & Ann BINNS widow all of City of Dublin Trustees of will of Jonathon BINNS Ironmonger

16d

383

453

254513

 

Londonderry

1786 Dec 13

GLENN-GALT Two Tenements and a Garden Dirty Lane south west side

Image 544

BTW William GLENN sr of Coleraine Co. Londonderry Mason of 1 pt & John & Charles GALT of Coleraine Merchants of other pt. ….

 

384

44

253499

BRADFORD

Monaghan

1739-1810

 

TENISON & son to BRADFORD (TI Bk 45) Edenena

 EDENENEA (See also Beagh, June 1, 1786.) Dec. 1, 1785, two deeds for a part of Edenenea in Cremorne, from Thomas TENISON the elder and Thomas TENISON the younger, both of Coal ville, Co. Roscommon, to brothers John and Robert BRADFORD, for three lives, renewable forever. The lives in John's lease were Moses BRADFORD, aged about 18, son of John; Robert Calvert, aged about 12, son of William CALVERT of Drumganny; and David GILLESPIE, aged about 12, son of John GILLESPIE of Dromuck. John's rent was ?44 and Robert's ?22 per year. Witnesses to BRADFORD's signature were Blaney Owen MITCHELL and John HORNSON of the Town of Monaghan. (R.D. Vol. 384, p 44, no 253, 499 and Vol. 382, p 69, no 253,503)

The Barton Estate and Lough Bawn in County Monaghan  Donald M. Schlegel  Source: Clogher Record, Vol. 15, No. 2 (1995), pp. 104-145  Published by: Clogher Historical Society  Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/27699393 

x

384

49

253596

JOHNSTON

Monaghan

1786 Jun 14

James JOHNSTON  1786-93

Image 37

Btw Frederick INKETELL of Carrigans Co. Monaghan Gent & James JOHNSTON of Stramore, Co. Monaghan Gent & James JOHNSTON of Stramore Gent eldest son & heir at law of Robert JOHNSTON late of Stramore of 1 pt George JOHNSTON of Stranduff, Co. Monaghan gent of the other pt… lands of Stramore & Aghnagah … WITNESS: John RAWDON of Glasslough & William JOHNSTON of Port JOHNSTON both in Co. Monaghan.

 

384

98

254272

McCULLAGH

 

1786-1793

McCULLOCK William to MAGILL [aka McCULLOCH]

 

384

123

254319

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1785 Oct 21

PRICE-JACKSON Book 2 (1739-1810) Ballynahonebeg

Image 75

Robert PRICE of Middlesex & Robert JACKSON of Ballynewry [Ballynewry , Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower], Co, Armagh. PRICE sold to JACKSON town and lands of Ballynahonebeg [Ballynahone Beg, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Co. Armagh. WITNESS: James ARMSTRONG & George PEPPER both of Armagh & Richard LENCH of Armagh

 

384

216

254687

SPEER

Antrim

1787 Jan 20

Image 127

BTW William SPEER of Tullyrodd [?], Co. Antrim Farmer of 1 pt & Robert CAMPBELL of Ballingarvey [probably Ballygarvey, Parish Kirkinriola, Barony Toome Lower] Co. Antrim Esq. of the other… reciting land then in occupation of the said William SPEER, Daniel McNEILL John HINDMAN and one field also in possession of John EDMONSON deceased in Parish Loughgill [Loughguile] Co. Antrim for lives … WITNESS: George HUTCHINSON of Ballymony [probably Ballymoney, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] & Roger CASEMONT of Ballymond [?] both Co. Antrim Attorneys NOTE: Possible link to Jacksons of Tobermore.

 

384

216

254695

GORE

Roscommon

1786 Dec 14

Image 127

BTW Hon Richard GORE of Clontarfe Co. Dublin & Richard EPINASSE of City of Dublin of 1st pt. Arthur FRENCH of French Park. Co. Roscommon Esq. & Arthur FRENCH the younger Esq. eldest son and heir of Arthur FRENCH the elder of the 2nd. & William PHIBBS of Hollybrook [Ballyhealy (Baile Uí Éilí) (aka Hollybrook Demesne), Parish Aghanagh, Barony Tirerrill] Co. Sligo Esq. of the 3rd pt. Reciting lease 29 Oct btw Arthur FRENCH the elder Arthur FRENCH the younger and Margaret FRENCH otherwise COSTELLO wife of the said Arthur FRENCH the younger of the 1 pt & the said Richard GORE and Richard EPINASSE of 3rd pt. … other recited deeds and lands mentioned

 

384

229

254758

PUREFOY, William

Cork

1786 Mar 16

BRADSHAW

Image 135

William PUREFOY of City of Cork Esq of 1 pt. Benjamin BRADSHAW of City of Dublin Gent of other pt. Whereby William PUREFOY demised to BRDSHAW lands of Newtown part of townland Gortnegrahe otherwise Gortnagraggy part of Cappagh Barony Kilmanagh Co. Tipperary .. for lives … life of said William PUREFOY or his son Thomas PUREFOY Esq in lease …

 

384

277

254949

JACKSON, Eugenia

Kings

1787 Jan 16

JACKSON-KEARNEY Names Index 1786-1794

Image 159

Btw Eugenia JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], in Kings Co, widow  & sole executor of Robert JACKSON of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt] Esq of the one part...... demised to Michael KEARNY of Birr Esq. field in his possession above Birr on the old road leading to Dublin on the North by a field which Peter BURKE holds at present from James JACKSON Esq on the south by a field being now in the possession of the said James JACKSON on the east by William ELLIOTTS and John SHORTS holding and on the west by the road leading to Dublin near the town of Birr Kings Co. for lives of Benjamin, Richard & Hickman KEARNEY the three eldest sons of said Michael KEARNEY ...  WITNESS: Benjamin, Richard & Hickman KEARNEY. Eugenia JACKSON [SEAL].. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

 

384

451

255931

255935

LIVINGSTON

Killinore

1787 Mar 20

Earl of Charlemount - LIVINGSTONE not pert  1739-1810

Hon James Earl of Charlemount of the 1st Part & Robert LIVINGSTON of Armagh in Co. Armagh, Esq. Townlands of Cladymore, [Clady More, Parish Kilclooney (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] & Cladybeg commonly called Black-bank Killmore Bonavady Deadmans Hill & Slavnamerick. 535 acres in Barony of Lower Fews, Manor of Cladymore, Co. Armagh.

 

384

537

256577

JACKSON, James

Kings

1787 May 5

JACKSON Names Index 1786-1794

Image 304

Btw James JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co. Esq. & Robert JACKSON of Birr, eldest son & heir of said James JACKSON.. annuity granted to Robert JACKSON for £100 annually payable out of the lands of Love Lane otherwise NEWSTED’s holding near Birr containing 20a and also payable out of dwelling house and out offices in Birr in actual possession of William MILLBANK in Barony of Ballybrittin. Kings Co.. MILLBANK and James JACKSON in Barony Ballybritt Kings Co. WITNESS; Edward MOORE Dowden[?] of City of Dublin Gent & John JOHN of City of Dublin yeoman. Robert JACKSON [SEAL] SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

 

385

30

253433

McCULLAGH, James

Down

1786 Oct 24

Lease of 1734 G to H; John ATKINS, Cabinet Maker of Dublin of 1st pr  grants to James McCULLAGH & Hohn McCULLAGH both Linenweavers of Lisnagade, Co Down  tenement in Dirty Lane, now North Street, Newry, Co Down PMcW

 

385

96

254471

GORE

Longford

1784 Apr 1

Image 374

BTW Henry GORE of Tenelist, Co. Longford of 1 pt & [Treke LENOW? LENNON?] of Liscomuck Co. Longford Esq of the other pt. Reciting that Henry GORE demised lands of Liscormick & part of Laggan late in possession of Sandys LENNON cont. 99a 1r in Co. Longford for lives of [Ficke?] LENON, Sarah LENON otherwise [ED]GERS his wife & Thomas LENNON of Mullinmeckan Co. Westmeath Gent  ..

 

385

298

255294

DAWSON

Dublin

1787 Feb 10

DAWSON, William & Mary A. –CHARLETON 1786-1793

Image 479

BTW William DAWSON of Newport, Co. Dublin Esq. on behalf of Mary Anne DAWSON his daughter spinster of 1st pt; Edward CARLTON Captain in his Majesty’s fifth Regiment of Foot of the 2nd pt & Edward CARLTON the Elder of Hexam Co. Northumberland, Great Britain & Robert LYONS of City of Dublin Esq. of 3rd pt. … Duke St … Fleet St. …

 

385

361

255541

JACKSON, George

Kings

1787 Mar 2

LEVINGE Names Index 1786-1794

Charles WALKER Esq of his Majesties High Court of Chancery of 1st pt; Thomas SPUNNER of Miltown, Kings Co Esq of 2nd pt; Joseph SPUNNER & Anne SPUNNER otherwise JACKSON his wife & children of Joseph & Ann SPUNNER: Thomas, George, Hannah,  & Maria of 3rd pt; George JACKSON of Clonagonna [Clonagannagh, Parish Dunkerrin, Barony Clonlisk], Kings Co Gent, Samuel TALBOT of Ballystanley Tipperary  & Henry PALMER of City of Dublin Esq of 4th pt & John LEVINGE of City of Dublin 5th pt;… case relating to debts owed by a SPUNNER.

16d

385

452

255696

JACKSON, William Marcus

Limerick

1787 Mar 10

JONES Names Index 1786-1794

Btw Marcus JACKSON of Altamira in North Liberty of City of Limerick, lands demised to Edward JONES

16d

385

457

255716

 

Armagh

1787 Mar 8

PRINGLE – PRINGLE (includes other townlands) Aghavilly, [Aghavilly, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh, Killynure [Killynure, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] Between Robt PRINGLE Esq. Captain of the 1st part & Frances PRINGLE of Limepark, Co. Tyrone widow & Adminx of the Rev. Robert PRINGLE Clerk late of Limepark & William PRINGLE of Caledon Co Tyrone Esq of 2nd pt Major Gen Henry PRINGLE of 3rd pt …. Vicars Choral  …

16d

385

495

255835

IRWIN, Acheson & Richard

Leitrim

1787 Mar 21

IRIWN-FORDE Probably from the 1768 Names Index

Aghavilla, Barony of Carigallen, Co Leitrim Acheson IRWIN of Drumsall, Co Leitrim, father of Richard IRWIN… Harriet IRWIN otherwise BOLTON…

16d

385

514

255866

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1787 Mar 22

MARTIN Names Index 1786-1794

John JACKSON City of Dublin, merchant,  one of the assignees of the estate of James DOYLE late of Abbey St., City of Dublin bankrupt.

 

386

27

254300

McCULLAGH

 

1786-1793

McCULLOGH Thomas to CAMPBELL

 

386

60

254512

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1787 Jan 5

JACKSON-KEEGAN Names Index 1786-1794

Robert JACKSON of Woodvale , [probably Corry, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower], Co. Armagh Esq of 1 pt land of Kilmakenty…

 

386

90

254614

JACKSON

Down

1787 Jan 3

Image 53

[I only noted bits pertinent to my quest – there are several pages here, likely the result of a legal challenge]

Deed of Assignment btw Edward HALL formerly of Cherryvalley Co. Down but then of City of Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & Samuel DELACHEROIS of Lisburn, Esq of the other part [Trustee of Nicholas DELACHEROIS  of Donaghadee, Co. Down Esq.]. Many names: Reciting Hugh GILLESPIE & Susan his wife, Andrew ALLEN John GILLESPIE of South Carolina Indian Trader deceased Robert GILLESPIE & Elizabeth his wife,  of the 1 pt & Rowley HALL of Killough, Co. Down Clke of the other pt. … demised lands of Cherryvalley and that part of land commonly known as Troopers field, Parish of Comber, also 4 tenements in the town of Comber: one house on west side of market place held by Widow COWAN and lying between a tenement held by Rev. Patrick HAMILTON on the south and a tenement possessed by James ADAMS on the North, also a tenement and a half at the upper end of Cow Lane on the north side next the Meeting House then lately held by the Widow GIBSON and Widow DICKSON bounded by the Meeting House… [two more pages of names & places]… Francis GRIFFITH… town and lands of Ringcreevey containing 279a 24p Cunningham Measure formerly in possession of Samuel JACKSON, Hugh McCOA [aka McCREA] & Samuel ROBINSON and their undertenants Parish of Comber, Co. Down with the Tythes both great and small of said premes to hold to Hugh GILLEPSIE at a yearly rent of 42 pounds. …. … Robert COLVILLE . …NOTE: See: ROD:54-19 6- 35408 for earlier lease to Samuel JACKSON, Hugh McCREA & Samuel ROBINSON, farmers. SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

 

386

102

254661

JACKSON, Ann

Dublin

1787 Jan 20

MYLEY Names Index 1786-1794

Anne JACKSON widow of City of Dublin made over to MYLEY land called Garrison & dwelling houses and land in Town of Ballymore Eustace, Dublin

 

386

139

255255

JACKSON, Richard Rt Hon

Coleraine

1786 Dec 19

BROWNE Names Index 1786-1794

Image 78

NTW Francis SMITH of St. James St., City of Dublin Cordwainer & Mary SMITH otherwise WHELAN his wife & Richard PARKINSON of City of Dublin Stone cutter executors of will of Margaret JOHNSTON late of City of Dublin deceased wo was widow & executor of Capt John JOHNSTON late of Hatch End Parish Linnor Co. Middlesex deceased of 1st pt; Charles JOHNSTON of Glebe Co. Limerick Esq heir at law of said John JOHNSTON deceased of 2nd pt; James BIGGER of City of London Esq. only surviving son and heir of Jordan Heyland BIGGER late of London deceased & Mary BIGGER spinster administrix of will annexed of Jordon Heyland BIGGER deceased her late father of 3rd pt; Rt Hon Richard JACKSON of Coleraine Co. Londonderry one of his Majesty’s most Honorable Privy Council Kingdom of Ireland of 4th pt; William BROWN and John BROWN both of Belfast Co. Antrim Merchants of 5th pt.… land on South Side of  High St & North side of High Street Belfast. NOTE: Richard JACKSON (1732-1787) SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

386

230

257608

Jackson, George

Antrim

1787 Jun 9

Image 127

Memorial of deed of lease bearing date Jun 9, 1787 whereby James WHITE of Whitehall, Esq. of Antrim let to William HOLMES of Antrim, merchant a house lying on the north side of the street in Antrim described in a deed dated Nov 26, 1719 bounded on the N side by William MOORE and the s. side by George JACKSON, late of Steeple [Steeple, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper],, decd. Witnessed by James Watt and William HOLMES the younger, both of Antrim, Co Antrim, Simon Draper and David HENDERSON of Belfast. Memorial dated June 12, 1787.

NOTE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

 

386

550

259443

JACKSON, Thomas

Limerick

1787 Oct 30

RYAN Names Index 1786-1794

Thomas JACKSON Esq Late of Tanningstown [aka Fanningstown], Co. Limerick, but then of City of Limerick  - Deed of rent charge Thomas JACKSON indebted to George RYAN of Limerick City in the amount of £456 sterling. SEE: JACKSONs of Duddington

 

387

30

250236

McMURRAY

Monaghan

 

THOMPSON to McMURRY 1739-1810 (TI Bk 45) Drumgaveny

 

387

37

258513

OATES,

 

1786-1793

OATES, Peter-O’BRIEN

 

387

45

258758

BRADFORD

Maine

 

[Burton?] TANDY to BRADFORD 1739-1810 (TI Bk 73)

x

387

97

259210

BROWN

Monaghan

 

BROWN to BROWN 1739-1810 (TI Bk 45) Annabrock

16

387

112

259305

DAWSON

 

1786-1793

DAWSON, Thomas-LEE

 

387

375

262073

OATES,

 

1786-1793

OATES, James-HORAN

!

387

389

262219

JACKSON, Thomas

Cork

 

TUTHILL Names Index 1786-1794

SEE: JACKSONs of Waterford & Cork

 

388

72

255382

COULTER

Down

1787 Feb 19

SCOTT, William & Susanna-CARSON 1786-1793 Ballynahinch,

Deed of assignment btw William SCOTT of Luganbane, Co. Down Gent Wm CORBETT of Aughandonallon, Co. Down in sd Co Gent Susanna CORBETT otherwise SCOTT wife of sd Wm CORBETT and only daughter of Joseph SCOTT of Ballynahinch in sd Co. deceased. Susannah SCOTT otherwise COULTER widow of sd Joseph SCOTT. William WILSON of Dromore in sd Co. Merchant & James GUINEY of Dromore Co Down publican of the 1 pt. Thomas CARSON of Ballynahinch Co. Down Blue Dyer of the other pt. … reciting deed of 1762  btw Joseph SCOTT of 1 pt & Susannah COULTER of Lurganbane Co. Down Widow of 2nd pt…. James SCOTT of Ballynahinch cabinet maker… lots more detail

15

388

91

255749

COULTER

Drogheda

1787 Mar 14

COULTER, John-TANDY 1786-1793

Deed of Assignment btw John COULTER of the town of Drogheda, Gent, Assignee of Luke HIGGINS of the City of Dublin, Esq. which said Luke HIGGINS is the executor of the will of Theobald BURKE late of town of Drogheda of one part & Burton TANDY of said town of Drogheda, Gent of the other part

15

388

92

255750

SAUNDERS

Wicklow

Meath

Kings

Queens

Dublin

1786 Aug 10

Image 60

BT Rt Hon Lady Martha SAUNDERS of Saunders Grove Co. Wicklow widow & relict of Morley Pendred SAUNDERS Esq& Morley SAUNDERS eldest son & heir of Morley Pendred SAUNDERS & Lady Martha SAUNDERS Reciting lease 12 Feb 1753 re marriage of Lady Martha SAUNDERS with Morley Pendred SAUNDERS … lands of Co. Wicklow & Barony Ballybritt, Kings Co. Swifts Row and on Ormond Quay, City of Dublin … daughter Sophia DENNIS otherwise SAUNDERS  & Hannah Lady TYNTE. Martha SAUNDERS [SEAL] and Morley SAUNDERS.

NOTE: I need to revisit this family – some of the dates that I have may be off.

 

388

247

257891

JACKSON,

Zachariah

 

 

O’BRIEN Names Index 1786-1794

 

388

312

258163

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1787 Aug 17

BYRNE Names Index 1786-1794

Indenture of Lease John JACKSON & Thomas O’BRIEN in the City of Dublin exors of  Samuel EDWARDS deceased demised to Jeremiah BYRNE of Dublin carpenter piece of ground situate in Tuckers Row  formerly Elephant’s lane  near Drogheda St lately in the possession of John JACKSON & Thomas O’BRYAN as exors of EDWARDS

15

388

326

258182

JACKSON, Richard

Cavan

1787 Aug 20

ANDERSON Names Index 1786-1794

Richard JACKSON of Castlehamilton in Co. Cavan Esq demised  to George ANDERSON of Killishandra in sd Co. Gager, … description of land NOTE: Richard JACKSON (1732-1787) SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

15

388

389

258282

JACKSON,

Nathanial

 

 

STAR Names Index 1786-1794

 

388

412

258380

JACKSON, William Marcus

Limerick

1787 Sep 11

JACKSON Names Index 1786-1794

 Indenture btw William Marcus JACKSON of City of Limerick gent confirmed to Wm HENDERSON of sd City Gent an annuity payable out of the lands of Moylish situate in the North Liberties of the City of Limerick & Clounlara situate in the South Liberties of sd City

15

388

448

258180

OLIVER

Down

1787 Oct 8

 Image 255

Deed of Conveyance btw Andrew OLIVER of Newtownhamilton [NOTE: The town is in the townland of Tullyvallan, Parish of Newtownhamilton, Barony of Fews Upper], Co Armagh, Gent of the 1 pt & Lucinda SWANZY otherwise BOLTON widow of Samuel SWANZY lately of Brook in the parish & Co. Monaghan of the other part. Reciting deed of 6 Mar 1780 Samuel SWANZY set to Andrew OLIVER part of town of Newtownhamilton in possession of Samuel SWANZY which was demised to John KENNEDY formerly of Newtown Hamilton by indenture 6 Jan 1756 to hold to Andrew OLIVER in consideration of 20 guineas assigned to Lucinda SWANZY that part of Newtownhamilton lately in Andrew OLIVER’s possession and then in actual possession of Lucinda SWANZY widow by virtue of a sale to her made by Andrew OLIVER for one whole year by indenture . WITNESS: William BOLTON of City of Dublin Esq.

15.

389

216

256019

COULTER

Antrim

1787 Mar 28

COULTER, John-McLORAN 1786-1793

Image 438

John COULTER of Collen [?] Co. Antrim, Merchant eldest son & heir & Admon of James COULTER late of Aghogill [?] Co. Antrim Merchant, deceased of 1 pt.

 

389

486

257513

PUREFOY, James

Galway

1786 Jun 29

Bishop of Clonfort

Image 575

BTW James PUREFOY of Woodfield, Co. Galway Esq. of 1 pt & Rt. Rev John LAW Lord Bishop of Clonfort & Kilmacduagh of other pt. … lands of Kilmarshane, Barony Longford, Co. Galway & 15a of John EYRES estate in Kilmaghan

 

390

270

256599

JACKSON,

Gordon

Meath

Louth

1787 Feb 20

SHECKLETON Names Index 1786-1794

Image 150

A Memorial of an indented Tripartite deed of release between Gordon JACKSON of Lisnabow, County Meath, gent of the first part. John PEPPER of Mullanstown, Co Louth gent and Sophie Spinster the youngest daughter of the said John PEPPER of the second part and Alexander SHACKLETON of Pepperstown, Co Louth, aforesaid gent and Philip REILLY of Mullogh in the County of Cavan gent of the third part. Whereby after reciting as therein recited and that as a marriage was intended to be shortly had and solemnised between the said Gordon JACKSON and the said Sylvia Pepper the said Gordon JACKSON for and in consideration of the said intended marriage and of the marriage portion therein mentioned and also in consideration of 10 shillings sterling to the said Gordon JACKSON in hand paid by the said Alexander SHACKLETON and Philip REILLY the said Gordon JACKSON did grant bargain sell release and confirm unto the said Alexander SHACKLETON and Philip REILLY all that and those the aforesaid towns lands tenements and her regiments of Lisnaboe otherwise Lisnabow situate lying and being in the lower half Barony of Kells and County of Meath aforesaid to hold unto the said Alexander SHACKLETON and Philip REILLY their heirs executors administrators and assigns subject as therein mentioned for the uses and intents purposes, and upon the trusts and under such provisos and agreements. As therein mentioned and expressed which said deed and this Memorial are witnessed by Thomas OWENS of Julianstown, County Meath, gent and Thomas PEPPER of Green Lane in the County of Louth gent Gordon JACKSON. Seal. NOTE: aka Sophia PEPPER (?-1830) of Pepperstown, Co. Louth SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe

 

391

26

320141

BROWNE

Antrim

Monaghan

1787 May 26

ECHLIN to BROWNE 1739-1810 (TI Bk 45) Killinule Co Monaghan

William BROWN of Belfast Merchant of 2nd pt

16d

391

101

257273

 

Queens

Roscommon

Kilkenny

1786 Apr 20

Richard SUTCLIFF-JACKSON

Image 373

BTW Richard SUTCLIFFE and James SUTCLIFFE both of Ballymaddock Queens Co farmers of 1 pt & John JACKSON of Mt Rath (see Mount Rath. Aka Moynrath, Mountrath, Parish Clonenagh and Clonagheen, Barony  Cullenagh, and Baronies Maryborough East and Maryborough West, Queens Co [Laois.] Merchant of the other pt. Reciting Right Thomas Lord Viscount Devisi leased 4 Apr 1780 to James SUTCLIFFE 89a of Ballymaddock for lives of Richard, John & Thomas SUTCLIFFE 1st 2nd & 3rd sons of said James and reciting that William TALBOTT of Mt. Talbot Co. Roscommon demised to James SUTCLIFFE 58a 2r 10p of lands of Shehama in Barony Tessaineen Co. Kilkenny … and Richard leased 7 Feb 1775 to William PERRY of Ballymaddock farmer 7a 1r 35p part of Ballymaddock … and that Richard in consideration of £70 paid by John JACKSON assigned lands to William JACKSON and James SUTCLIFFE assigned to John JACKSON lands of Skehana [Skehanagh, Parish Killabban, Barony Ballyadams, County Laois ] for £2 annually … WITNESS: William JACKSON of Mt. Rath aforesaid Butcher; William SMALLMAN of Mt. Rath Shoemaker and John SUTCLIFFE of Ballymaddock & John HUMPHRYS of City of Dublin Gents. John JACKSON [SEAL]

 

391

101

257276

JACKSON, James

Kings

1787 Jun 6

PARSONS Names Index 1786-1794 Complicated lease

Image 374

BTW James JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co. Esq. of 1st pt Margaret FITZGERALD of City of Dublin widow of 2nd pt Sir William PARSONS of Birr, Kings Co, Bart & William JONES of City of Dublin Esq. of 3rd pt. Reciting 6 Nov 1774 BTW Laurence PARSONS and Elinor PARSONS executors of William PARSONS late of Birr deceased of 1 pt & James JACKSON of other pt reciting lease of 22 July 1754 Thomas WINSTON then of Ballybeg[?] Co. Tipperary Clothier demised to James [?] part of lands of Ballydara Kings Co. then in said James [?] containing 7a 1r … Jeremiah HANKS of Birr Merchant leased to said Elinor by lease 7 Oct 1766 lands of Ballindara [aka Ballindarra and/or Ballindarra, Parish Birr, Barony Ballybritt] late in possession of Widow CRUISE … 7 Nov 1774 in consid of £216. 13 Laurence & Elinor granted to James JACKSON … further recited 15 Jun 1777 said Sir William & Laurence his eldest son demised to Robert JACKSON of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt] the lands of Clonaghill [likely Clonoghil Lower  or one of the two Clonoghil Upper or Clonoghil Upper – all in Parish Birr,] 60a Barony Ballybritt and further recited 24 Oct 1782 said Robert assigned to James & his heirs lands of Clonaghill … Mary WEST of Nant England widow devisee of John WEST late of Parsonstown deceased and said James party hereto which recites that Jeremiah HANKS lease 24 Oct 1730 set to Robert JACKSON father of said James JACKSON two parks adjoining the Green of Parsonstown called Belloudges Parks … in consid of £230 conveyed to said James Two Parks … further recites lease 31 Oct 1774 Maurice DOWNER of Birr Land Surveyor set to James JACKSON plot of ground on Green of Birr whereon said James built a house and Stables … and further recites indenture 27 Jan 1775 Sir William PARSONS set to Robert JACKSON of Parsonstown the triangular plot of ground on the Green of Parsonstown … and further recites deed 3 June 1784 said Robert assigned lease to said James and further recites lease 8 Dec 1781 Thomas SHORT of Springhill Queens Co. granted to said James houses yards and gardens in Square of Birr where Major MALONE lived the Barrack the house Henry PALMER then held and the house Miss Beauerhants then lived with 15a 2r Clonaghill …

 

1774 Maurice OWNER set to James JACKSON plot of land on the green of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],

1775 Sir William PARSONS demised to Robert JACKSON the triangular plot of ground in the green of Parsonstown… James JACKSON built an Oil Mill adjoining the River Newbridge cont 10 acres… marriage of James JACKSON & widow Margaret FITZGERALD… other names and lands – Ballindarra [aka Ballindarra and/or Ballindarra, Parish Birr, Barony Ballybritt]… JONES, MOORE – very complex – and I am at the end of the day.

SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

NOTE: I suspect that Margaret FITZGERALD may have been a 2nd wife of James JACKSON of Birr.

16d

391

167

257557

JACKSON, Elizabeth & ors

Dublin

1787 Jul 3

Ld Enniskillen Names Index 1786-1794

Jonathon Morton PLEYDELE  of Great Britain but then of Rochestown City of Dublin Esq – wife Elizabeth JACKSON

16d

391

251

261308

JOHNSTON

Fermanagh

1786-93

James JOHNSTON – GORDON  

Marriage settlement James JOHNSTON of  Snowhill, Co Fermanagh & Sophia Susannah CAMPBELL of Great Britain St. City of Dublin

16d

391

335

261547

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1786-1793

McCULLOGH William to TISDALL

William McCULLAGH of City of Dublin, merchant

16d

391

366

261622

 

Dublin

 

PEPPARD, Patrick. Farmer. Backweston Co Dublin (KID?) nickred

Thomas CROKER City of Dublin Esq. of 1 pt Patrick PEPPARD of Backweston Co Dublin.

16d

391

502

261990

BREAKEY

Monaghan

1783 Apr 28

MONTGOMERY-BREAKEY  Drumhirk

Andrew Breakey of Lismagonway, age 70

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey (TI Bk 45)

Image 584

Montgomery to Breakey. 20/4/1783; 29/6/1788.  Andrew Breakey of Lismagonway, farmer; James Breakey, of Ballintra, eldest son of Andrew Breakey; witnessed  by William Breakey of Lismagonway, linen buyer.

DETAIL by Wendy JACK

A Meml of an Indented deed of Lease bearing date the twenty eighth day of April one thousd Seven hundred and Eighty three and made Alexr Montgomry of Rosefield in the Coy. of Monaghan Esqr. of the one part and Andw. Breakey of Lissmagonaway  in the Coy. of Monaghan farmer of the other part Recitg that the said Alex M'gomry for the Considns therein mentd did demise unto the said Andw. Breakey his heirs and asss. being by virtue of a bargain & Sale to him thereof made by the said Alexr Mgomry for the term of one whole year by Indre bearing date the day next before the day of the date of these presents that part of the lands of Drumhirk formerly in the possion of Robt Armstrong contg by estimatn nineteen acres one rood Irish plantn measure situate lying and being in the Coy. of Monaghan aforesd for and during the natural life of James Breakey of Bellintra in the Coy of Monaghan Eldest Son of the said Andw Breakey Ecceptg and always reserving out of this demise unto the said Alex Mgomry his heirs and asss all royalties whater in which said Deed there are may other Clauses and Covt and Sd Deed is witnessed by Saml Mitchell late of the town & Coy of Monaghan Gl deced and Wm Breakey of Lissganaway in the Coy of Monaghan aforesd Linnen Buyer  Andw Brealey Seal  Signed Sealed and delivered in presence of Wm Breakey James Breakey The above name Wm Breakey aged twenty years and upwards Maketh oath & Saith that he is a Subg witness to the Deed whereof the above writg is a Meml & Saw the Same the Same duly perfected by the said Alexr M'gomry and Andw Breakey and is also a Subg witness to this Meml and Saw the same Signed and Sealed by the above named Andw Breakey and that the name Wm Breakey Subd as a Witness to said Deed & this Meml is this Depts proper name and hand writg Wm Breakey Sworn before me me at Monaghan in the Coy of Monaghan the twenty ninth day of Jany 1788 by virtue of a common to me directed and I know the Dept Richd Cross

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392

77

257928

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1787 Feb 26

McCULLAGH Robert to STEELE 1786-1793

... Robert McCULLAGH of Clady [probably Clady More, Parish Kilclooney (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower], Co Armagh Linen draper of 3rd pt... lands of Dremorgan. [Drumorgan, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower ]..

 

392

77

257928

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1787 Feb 26

McCULLAGH Robert to STEELE 1786-1793

... Robert McCULLAGH of Clady [probably Clady More, Parish Kilclooney (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower], Co Armagh Linen draper of 3rd pt... lands of Dremorgan. [Drumorgan, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower ]..

 

392

220

259289

 

Armagh

1787 Sept 4

JOHNSTON-McKINSTRY

Image 220

BTW James JOHNSTON of Knappagh Co. Armagh Esq of 1 pt & John McKINSTRY of Town & Co. Armagh Gent of other pt … all that house tenement and Garden plott in Town of Armagh called Abbey St to hold to John McKINSTRY for lives James MAXWELL eldest son of John MAXWELL late of Rosebrook in Town & Co. Armagh Robert Thompson McKINSTRY & Susanna McKINSTRY the son and daughter of said John McKINSTRY … WITNESS: John BOND of City of Armagh Esq. & Thomas APPLEBY of Town of Armagh & Edward DONNELLY of Town of Armagh John McKINSTRY [SEAL]

 

392

271

258870

McCULLAGH

Monaghan

1786 Sep 8

McCULLOGH Thomas to DONALDSON 1786-1793

Btw Thomas McCULLAGH Junr of Derryvalley Parish of Tullycorbet Co Monaghan Gent of 1 pt & Robert DONALDSON of Ballybay Merchant of other pt... demised lot of land in Ballybay btw Robert DONALDSONs house & that of Moses GRAY excepting sufficient road for horses and carriages... for lives of Thomas DIXON, Charles WILSON of Tullybrack & John JACKSON son to James JACKSON of Ballybea [Ballybay].. Witness Andrew McMURRAY of Ballybea, Apothecary & Thomas JAMES Gent one of the Attorneys... NOTE: For the McCULLAGH line see: JACKSONs of Urker

 

392

278

258971

JACKSON, Richard

Kings

1787 Aug 16

JACKSON-CODD Names Index 1786-1794

Btw Richard JACKSON of Millmountain [aka Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown],  Kings Co. Farmer of 1 pt & William CODD of City of Dublin Gent of other... reciting an earlier deed Aug 10, 1784 that John MOORHEAD of Kilbride, Co Dublin demised to Richard JACKSON lands of Cornahor in Co Westmeath cont 100 acres 2 rood plantation measure. Cosesaliar?? WEST [100a 2r profitable, plantation measure] as granted 1784-8-10 by John MOORHEAD unto Richard JACKSON from 1 Nov then past for 21 years , provided John MOORHEAD’s's interest therein shd continue, at £65 ster, now for £120 ster, Richard JACKSON assigns lease to William CODD for residue. WITNESSES: Darnell McEVOY, & James McEVOY both Gent of Edenderry [Edenderry, Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown], Dublin. NOTE: Sarah MOOREHEAD daughter of John MOOREHEAD was wife of Richard JACKSON. NOTE: See also #230659 Additional detail thanks to Mike Stewart. SEE: Jacksons of Ballygibbon, Co. Kildare 

 

392

279

258974

JACKSON, Ann

Dublin

1787 Oct 20

JACKSON-DIXON Names Index 1786-1794

Ann JACKSON of Dublin widow of 1 pt & James DIXON of Kilmainham of City of Dublin Tanner of other pt... land and tenement on Kings High Road... parcel of ground in town of Kilmainham, Dublin  - 76' 3" in front & 179' 4" backwards to river, upon which James DIXON recently built a dwelling house, bounded on south & east by Kings High Road, on west by house in possess of John BROPHY and on north by River Cammog,  in possess of James DIXON, from Richard JACKSON to William CODD from 1 May then past for 90 years, rent and covenants as mentioned. WITNESSES William BOLGER (?) Gent and Robert AL___., leather seller.. NOTE: Sarah MOOREHEAD daughter of John MOOREHEAD was wife of Richard JACKSON . This may relate – see CODD reference in Mem  #258971. I believe that Anne JACKSON was born Anne HUNT and was the widow of William JACKSON. SEE:  Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff - Descendants. Additional detail thanks to Mike Stewart. SEE: Jacksons of Ballygibbon, Co. Kildare 

 

392

313

259

TODD, Andrew

Londonderry

1787 Nov 8

Will of Andrew TODD 1739-1810

Image 180

Registered 1787 Nov 8

Andrew TODD of Shanes Castle[Shanes's Castle, Parish of Antrim, Barony Toome Upper], Co Antrim… lands of Crossreagh [Crossreagh, Parish Ballywillin. Barony Dunluce Lower], Slenmay [??], Carnanlevy [probably Carnany Lower, Parish of Ballymoney, Barony Dunluce Upper], Islandmore [Parish Kilraghts, Barony Dunluce Upper ] & Ballyeraye [??], held by lease for lives under Earl of Antrim dated 1 June 1750 & also Lands called the live quarters of Priestland [either Priestland East  and/or Priestland West, Parish Dunluce, Barony Dunluce Lower] & quarter of Killiny [??], & ¼ of park commonly called [Fernelesvey?] West Park (Fearann na Leathsheisrí) (aka Faranlessery), Parish Dunluce, Barony Dunluce Lower],  held from the Earl dated 2 July 1745 all in Barony Dunluce, Co. Londonderry  and also lands of Gortgole [Gortgole, Parish Portglenone, Barony Toome Lower] in lower half Barony of Toom in Co. Antrim held for lives under John O’NEILL ….  £50 to be paid to Sister Elizabeth PATTERSON otherwise TODD wife of William PATTERSON now of City of Derry, Gent….  Subject to levies by John O’NEILL of Shanes Castle Esq.  & to John O’NEILL of Portglenane Esq. & their lives & also several trusts …  boy called and named as John TODD age 14-15 at grammar school in Town of Workington  Cumberland, Great Britain – board and lodging with Mr. & Mrs. WHITESIDES of Workingtown if John TODD dies before reaching majority, then trusts to ….. Andrew TODD, eldest son of Daniel TODD now of Randlestown Gent  & of his issue male in the same manner as for John TODD …… John PATTERSON eldest son of Walter PATTERSON Governor of the Island of St Johns in Gulf of St. Laurence and his issue…. Niece Elizabeth PATTERSON wife of Rev Edward PATTERSON of Belfast £100. To servant Ann MAGILL all my right & interest in lands of Tobernaveen [Tobernaveen, Parish Grange of Shilvodan, Barony Toome Upper] together with sum of £50 … other servants Thomas O’NEILL Charles MAGILL & Elinor MACTRANEY one year’s wages to each  … guardianship of John TODD [?] William DUNKIN of Clogher Esq. & Edward HOGG of Lisburn Linen Draper my executors … signed Andrew TODD Esq in presence of Richard DRUE of Duncliffe, Robert McLEAIN of Shanes Castle, Samuel McCLEAN of Belfast Merchant. Memorial witness Samuel McCLEAN & Samuel HERON of Lisburn Gent & Atty at Law. John TODD [SEAL] 27 Aug 1787.

NOTE: An Andrew TODD of Carricknaveagh, near Saintfield married the 3rd daughter of James BIRCH (?-1727) and Mary JACKSON (?-aft 1732).: SOURCE: Thomas Ledlie Birch: United Irishman. Aiken McClelland. The TODD family of Carricknaveagh, [Carricknaveagh , Parish Killaney, Barony Castlereagh Upper, in the County of Down] which was known as Toddsville as early as 1625, were prominent United Irishmen. The name of Andrew TODD (Birch's cousin) and Andrew Tod junior, appear in the "Black Book of the North of Ireland", a list of some 200 names of the leaders of the United Irishmen. When the rebellion broke out Andrew Todd junior, joined the rebel ranks, and acted as Captain of the Town Guard when Ballynahinch was in insurgent hands. After the rebellion was crushed he was imprisoned for a short time in Lisburn. Todd later married a sister of Birch's successor, Rev. Henry SIMPSON (1799-1843), and his descendants still live in Carricknaveagh.

SEE: JACKSONs of Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland and Coleraine, Londonderry for connections to Shanes Castle and O;NEILLs.

 

392

482

259637

 

Londonderry

1781 Aug 11

HYDE  ors-GALT and ors

Drumdeuin Ballundreen

Liswatick Island

Cloghfine Ballyverser

Kilgreen Ballylagan

Drumdra Ballynagy

Ballykag lower other tenements Bo & Manr Dunluce

Image 266

BTW Hugh LYLE of Coleraine Co. Londonderry Esq. of 1st pt & Samuel HYDE & Waddell CUNNINGHAM both of Belfast in Co. Antrim Merchants of the 2nd pt & Thomas GREGG of Belfast Merchant & Sarah GREG daughter of Thomas GREGG of 3rd pt. Marriage to be had btw Hugh LYLE & Sarah GREGG … Ballyndrum two quarters Ballyverser two quarters Ballyknay one quarter & Ballyknag commonly called Ballyknaglower in Barony and manor of Duluce within the Liberties of Coleraine Co Londonderry … WTNESS: Cunningham GREG Merchant & Henry JOY Printer both of Belfast Thomas GREGG [SEAL]

NOTE: There was no mention of GALT

 

392

492

259686

JACKSON, Miles

Cork

1787 Dec 3

Indenture of lease 18 May 1787

- Rev. Joseph BENNETT of Cork city, Clerke and Elizabeth BENNETT orse HODDER, his wife [part 1]

- Michael CALLAHAN of Cork city, Apothecary [part 2]

Joseph and Elizabeth Bennett demised unto Michael CALLANAN a dwelling house outside of South Gate, (nr the Barracks), in parish of St. Nicholas, lately occupied by Owen CALLANAN, Apothecary, bound on north by the holdings of Mr. Bartholomew Bready, on the south by holdings of John HAYES and on the west by holdings of Miles Jackson, Esq., to hold unto Michael CALLANAN for 800 years from 25 march then last at £19.10 ster rent.

Witnesses were Anthony ARMSTRONG (deed) and Thomas FOOTT of Cork city Gent, (deed & memorial) and Joshua COLLINS (memorial). Michael CALLANAN sealed the memorial.

Sworn at Cork city 25 July 1787 before William COLBURN. SEE: JACKSONs of Waterford & Cork

 Notes by Michael Stewart.

 

392

557

262873

JACKSON, John

Waterford

1780 Apr 22

JACKSON-HOLMES Names Index 1786-1794

Btw John JACKSON lieut of the Eleventh Regiment of the 1 pt & Leonard Troughear HOLMES of Westover, Isle of Wight Esq. & George JACKSON late of Glanbegg, Co Waterford but now of Middle Temple London, Esq. Of the other pt....release ¼ pt of lands of Coolishall and Glenbegg in Town and lands of Ballyduffultra & lands of Ballygally all in Co Waterford...John TROUGHEAR, Esq of Freshwater, Isle of Wight, Southampton. & Mary TROUGHEAR, spinster. WITNESSES Thomas DICKINSON, Gent of Newport, Isle of Wight, Southampton and James HYDE, Salt Officer, Freshwater, Isle of Wight, Southampton. Memorial sworn at Southampton, Isle of Wight. SEE: JACKSONs of Waterford & Cork NOTE: John JACKSON died at Toulouse, France in 1791.

Additional detail thanks to Mike Stewart.

 

393

123

259965

TIPPING

Armagh

1787 Jul 3

Image 378

BTW Callie [Cathleen] TIPPING of Bellurgan Park Co. Louth, widow; Charles MATHEWS of Ballyatwood Co. Down Esq; Rebecca MATHEWS otherwise HALL his wife and Richard JONES of City of Dublin Esq & Elizabeth JONES otherwise HALL his wife of 1st pt; Stephen PAGE of Dundalk Co. Louth & John JOHNSTON of Woodvale Co. Armagh Gent of other pt.  … granted to Stephen PAGE & John JOHNSTON for 5s lands of Croonenagh otherwise Cornionagh [Cornoonagh  Parish Creggan Barony Fews Upper] & Coolnacrok or Coolnasack, the upper half of Drumbally [Drumbally, Parish Creggan Barony Fews Upper] & tenement in Cooldory [Coolderry, Parish Creggan Barony Fews Upper] commonly called the widow’s tenement containing in whole 411a 2r 36p including bog & Mill Race in Parish Creggan, Co. Armagh … for lives of John PAGE & [Thomas?] PAGE 3rd & 4th sons of said Stephen PAGE. WITNESS: Francis TIPPING of Bellurgan Park Co. Louth Esq. & Joseph TALLAN of Dundalk Gent. & Stephen PAGE the younger of Dundalk Gent. Charles MATHEWS [SEAL] & Richard JONES [SEAL]

NOTE: Catherine, Elizabeth & Rebecca HALL were all daughters of Francis HALL (1713-1761). Francis TIPPING (?-1819), the witness, was a son of Edward TIPPING & Catherine HALL.

 

393

123

259965

TIPPING

Armagh

1787 Jul 3

Image 378

BTW Callie [Cathleen] TIPPING of Bellurgan Park Co. Louth, widow; Charles MATHEWS of Ballyatwood Co. Down Esq; Rebecca MATHEWS otherwise HALL his wife and Richard JONES of City of Dublin Esq & Elizabeth JONES otherwise HALL his wife of 1st pt; Stephen PAGE of Dundalk Co. Louth & John JOHNSTON of Woodvale Co. Armagh Gent of other pt.  … granted to Stephen PAGE & John JOHNSTON for 5s lands of Croonenagh otherwise Cornionagh [Cornoonagh  Parish Creggan Barony Fews Upper] & Coolnacrok or Coolnasack, the upper half of Drumbally [Drumbally, Parish Creggan Barony Fews Upper] & tenement in Cooldory [Coolderry, Parish Creggan Barony Fews Upper] commonly called the widow’s tenement containing in whole 411a 2r 36p including bog & Mill Race in Parish Creggan, Co. Armagh … for lives of John PAGE & [Thomas?] PAGE 3rd & 4th sons of said Stephen PAGE. WITNESS: Francis TIPPING of Bellurgan Park Co. Louth Esq. & Joseph TALLAN of Dundalk Gent. & Stephen PAGE the younger of Dundalk Gent. Charles MATHEWS [SEAL] & Richard JONES [SEAL]

NOTE: Catherine, Elizabeth & Rebecca HALL were all daughters of Francis HALL (1713-1761). Francis TIPPING (?-1819), the witness, was a son of Edward TIPPING & Catherine HALL.

 

393

232

260288

JACKSON, William & Elizabeth

Tyrone

1787 Aug 11

BRADSHAW Names Index 1786-1794

 Btw Thomas GREER the Elder of Dungannon, Co. Tyrone Linen Draper & Thomas GREER the younger of Dungannon eldest son and heir apparent to Thomas GREER the elder of the 1st part. William JACKSON of the Combe, City of Dublin Clothier & Elizabeth JACKSON spinster and only daughter of William JACKSON of the 2nd pt &  Noble BRADSHAW & Samuel RUSSELL other of the City of Dublin Gent of the 3rd pt… reciting that a marriage was intended shortly to be had and solemnized between the said Thomas GREER the younger and  .. lands of Dungannon as marriage portion [lots of description and notes]… NOTE: Elizabeth JACKSON daughter of William JACKSON (1727-1823) – is in the Quaker tree. SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

15

393

289

260451

PRINGLE, Mary

Tyrone

1784 Aug 28

[From Notes & Queries. 1944 – thanks to Linde Lunney]

FLEMING, David, v. BOYD, David. Register 25th of January 1788 by Mary PRINGLE.

A release dated 28th of August 1784 between David FLEMING of Lakin, Co Longford, Doctor of physic of first part.

Mary PRINGLE, and Dunmasmoy, Co Tyrone, spinster, of second part, and Thomas LEWIS [or LEWIN H.F.R.] of Caledon, County Tyrone, and David BOYD of the city of Dublin, Esquire, of the third part.

That a marriage was to be between David FLEMING and Mary PRINGLE and that Mary PRINGLE in consideration thereof and of 10s release to Thomas LEWIS and David BOYD the several houses, parks and gardens situate in town of Caledon, County Tyrone, then in possession of said Mary PRINGLE and the Reverend Agmondisham VESY and Thomas LEWIS undertenants, also that part town and lands of Killagowey [aka Kilgowney, Parish Aghaloo] , Tullyneshawe [aka Tullynashane , Parish Aghaloo] and Drumoron [aka Drumearn , Parish Aghaloo] then in possession of said Mary PRINGLE, Charles NORRIS, Oliver NORRIS, Cornelius McNAMEE, John McQUAID and Alexander McGEE undertenants of said Mary PRINGLE and situate in Co Tyrone. To hold to Thomas LEWIS and David BOYD for lives and years under leases thereof, in trust for uses and mortgage.

Witnesses, and two Memorial; Robert PETTIGREW of Dublin, gent, and Thomas ARMSTRONG of Ewey, Co Meath.

Thomas ARMSTRONG sworn at Dublin, 25, January 1788.

 

393

349

260657

JACKSON, Robert

Kings

1782 Jan 5

 

Image 497

Refers to Robert JACKSON occupying property in Parsonstown in  1771

 

393

422

260842

McCULLAGH

Londonderry

1787 Sep 19

McCULLOCH David & Samuel McCULLOCH both of Ballynease [Parish of Ballyscullion, Barony Loughinsholin], Co. Londonderry 1786-1793

15

393

423

260245

McCULLAGH

 

1786-1793

McCULLOCH William to ELLIS

 

393

512

261114

JOHNSTON

Antrim

1786 Jan 20

John JOHNSTON – JOHNSTON   1786-93

Image 581

John JOHNSTON of Town & City of Antrim, Carpenter of the 1 pt & Samuel & Thomas JOHNSTON both of City of Antrim of other part… Reciting 18 Agu 1780 lease from Lewis REFORD Gent dwelling houses offices bleaching Lapping…water & water courses for term of 31 years [but where? Place was not mentioned]

15

394

12

259290

McCULLAGH

 

1786-1793

McCULLOGH Samuel to McCULLOCH

 

394

97

259526

PUREFOY, William

Cork

1787 May 15

McEVOY [Not pg 498]

Image 57

BTW William PUREFOY City of Cork Esq. on 1 pt & Denis McEVOY of City of Dublin Gent of other pt. … lease of tenement on east side of Grafton St. City of Dublin previously in possession of rev. Roger FORDE of City of Dublin Clerke.

 

394

124

259561

JACKSON, William Marcus

Limerick

 

EAGAN Names Index 1786-1794

probably Limerick

 

394

413

260785

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1708 Feb 5

McCULLOCH John – his will

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John McCULLOCH of Town of Antrim Surgeon and Apothecary.. wife Margaret McCULLOCH or SHAW… part of the tenement which I now occupy with the lower part of the back house now occupied by Mrs. NIXON and the Stable called my own stable with the loft over it for offices with one cows grazing on the land which I hold with said tenement… son William McCULLOCH … 1/3 pt of land … daughter Dorothy MORTON or McCULLOCH left shop and utensils in tenement in Antrim now occupied by her husband Mr. John MORTON and her with the backhouse they now occupy… 2/3rds of land … daughter Victoria JACKSON or McCULLOCH – rents of tenement now occupied by Mrs. NIXON with the house called my turf house and loft above… and if she shall have lawful issue…… daughter Jane WALKER… tenement now occupied by James MALONE at end of Massareene Bridge to daughter Jane WALKER or McCULLOCH … Cabins in Bowlane… there was 350 left by my late father-in-law Captain McCULLOCH on his estate in trust for my late wife & me over which I was to have distributive power to our issue and one hundred pounds was left to myself by Captain McCULLOCH and whereas there is an unsettled amount between William McCULLOCH Esq. my brother-in-law in whose hands Capt. McCulloch’s estate now is, I request he may settle…… son Henry McCULLOCH viz Margaret… profits to my sister Elizabeth M’KINLAY or McCULLOCH … granddaughters Margaret and Jane (presumably not children of Victoria) … John KERR & Robert YOUNG Postmaster to be executors… NOTE: The transcription is clear that Capt McCULLAGH is his father-in-law.

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JACKSON

Tyrone

Kilkenny

1788 Feb 1

Chief Remembrancer & ors-JACKSON

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BTW Chief Remembrancer … of 1st pt; Rev. George EVANS Mullamore Co. Tyrone of 2nd pt; Edward EVANS of City of Kiklenny Esq of 3rd pt.; William JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent of 4th pt. Reciting [legal suit] said defendant Edward EVANS in 3rd pt of lands of Cortroe with several subdivisions in Co. Galway sold by Chief Remembrancer … William JACKSON bid £510 was declared the purchaser 8 Nov 1787 … confirmed to William JACKSON 1/3rd part of Lands of Corbroe otherwise Cartroe and other lands in Co. Galway to which Ambrose EVANS father of Edward EVANS became entitled to on the death of his mother-in-law Mrs. HACKETT lately held by representatives of Richard TYRELL Esq .. George EVANS [SEAL]

 

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COULTER

Dublin

1787 Dec 22

COULTER, John-St. COMM 1786-1793

John COULTER of City of Dublin, Grocer.

 

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JACKSON, Joseph

Monaghan

1788 Feb 7

McENTEE Names Index 1786-1794

Btw Joseph JACKSON of Elligish Parish of Tedavnet Co Monaghan, Gent of 1 pt & James McENTEE Town of Monaghan Shopkeeper of other pt. [It seems that JACKSON is making payments on a bond to McENTEE]

 

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JACKSON, Charles

Dublin

1788 Mar 6

Agreement Names Index 1786-1794

 Between Anthony GERNA of College Green City of Dublin, Bookseller of 1 pt & Christopher JACKSON of City of Dublin Clerke and Shopkeeper of the other part.. agreement for one year for JACKSON to continue to abide at GERNE’s dwelling place Number 31 College Green City of Dublin at the hours each day and is usual and customary for the Clerkes and Shopkeepers and Booksellers in the City of Dublin NOTE: This is an agreement to work for GERNA and to forsake work with all others and not to publish any books except with consent of GERNA. NOTE: This memorial is lengthy, and interesting from a copyright perspective.

 

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BREAKEY

Monaghan

1788 Apr 15

HENING-BREAKEY 1786-1793 (1788)

Btw Andrew BREAKEY of Lismagonaway Co Monaghan of 1 pt & David HENING of Ballyardbrin Co Monaghan in the other  Reciting that a marriage had been celebrated between  David HENING & Elizabeth BREAKEY daughter of Andrew BREAKEY & … not of 450 paid. WITNESSES: John ARNOLD of Drummuck;, Co Monaghan; Edward BREAKEY of Nappagh, Co Monaghan; and William BREAKEY of Lismagonaway Co Monaghan Linen Buyer.

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

16/3/1785;15/4/1788.  Andrew Breakey, Lismagonway.  David Henning married Elizabeth Breakey, daughter of Andrew, farmer, Ballarobin.  Witness:  Edward Breakey of Napa, Co. Monaghan, William Breakey of Lismagonway, linen buyer.  Witness: James Breakey, James Breakey junior ( now James Breakey of Napa 29/1/1788; 20/6/1788.

 

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BREAKEY

Monaghan

1785 Mar 16

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

16/3/1785;15/4/1788.  Andrew Breakey, Lismagonway.  David Henning married Elizabeth Breakey, daughter of Andrew, farmer, Ballarobin.  Witness:  Edward Breakey of Napa, Co. Monaghan, William Breakey of Lismagonway, linen buyer.  Witness: James Breakey, James Breakey junior ( now James Breakey of Napa 29/1/1788; 20/6/1788.

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HENNING-BREAKEY 1786-1793

Between Andrew BREAKEY of Lismagnaw Parish of Aghaboy, Co Monaghan of 1 pt; David HENING of Ballyardbrin Co. Down of the other. Reciting that a marriage was had btw David HENING & Elizabeth BREAKEY dau of Andrew BREAKEY in consideration of £100 and a note for £50 13 Apr 1786 not to sell farm known as Ballyardbrin held for lease of 3 lives under Earl of Hillsborough except the Dwelling House half the office houses half the garden and half the Flaxmill thereon and also the farm known as Tilmore in the Lapp of Newry shall go to Elizabeth BREAKEY … WITNESS: John ARNOLD of Drummond, Co. Monaghan Edward BREAKEY of Nappagh Co. Monaghan and William BREAKEY of Lissmagonaway Co. Monaghan Linen Buyer. Andrew BREAKEY [SEAL] WITNESS: James BREAKEY

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BREAKEY

Monaghan

1774 Jan 7

GIBSON-BREAKEY 1786-1793 (1788)

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Between Andrew BREAKEY of Lismagnaw Parish of Aghaboy, Co Monaghan of 1 pt & Patrick GIBSON of Lissball Parish of Killeen, Co Monaghan of the other. Reciting that a marriage between Patrick GIBSON & Mary BREAKEY… lnds of Boggin Parish Moybolg Co. Meath & pat of lands of Lisball containing 40a witnessed by James BREAKEY of Nappah, Co. Monaghan.

 

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COULTER

Dublin

1788 Apr 23

COULTER,John-O’DONNELL 1786-1793

Btw John COULTER of Capel St City of Dublin & Patrick FARRELL both of Capel Street, Gents & John O’DONNELL of said City Esq.… John COULTER and Patrick FARRELL demised all that dwelling House Messuage or Tenement situate at No 5 King St., Oxmantown City of Dublin together with the appurtenances bounded on the North by Stable Lane on the South by King Street and Green Street on the East by a house in the possession of ___ Coughlan.. lease for 41 years

 

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McCULLAGH, David

Londonderry

1788 Feb 7

McCULLOCH David to McQUELAN

 David McCULLAGH of Ballynease [Parish of Ballyscullion, Barony Loughinsholin], Co Londonderry… lands in Balynease.