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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. Update March 13, 2022

2022 Books 410-499 Memorials of Deeds
The shading in certain cells is idiosyncratic. It is just there to jog my own memory.

Added or updated in 2022

Needs follow up

 

Bk

Pg

Mem

Name

County

Date

Notes

 

410

244

269627

WALLACE

Monaghan

Armagh

1789 Jun 11

WALLACE to WALLACE 1739-1810 (TI Bk 45) Drumore

Image 148

BTW William WALLACE of Newry, Co. Armagh of 1 pt & William Bailie WALLACE Gent & James WALLACE both of Newry sons of William WALLACE .. lands of Tullyhamoll Dromore & Larganmore Parish Muckamore Barony Cremorn Co. Monaghan … WITNESS: John MONTGOMERY & John WALLACE both of Newry

X

410

341

269790

COCKING, Thomas Jackson

Dublin

1781 Jul 8

Image 200

BTW Thomas Jackson COCKING of City of Dublin Esq. Lieut in his Magesty’s 56th Regiment & Anne COCKING otherwise DALY his wife of 1st pt. John EIFFE of Creekstown. Co. Meath Esq of 2nd pt Waterhouse Sheppy GREENE of City of Dublin Gent of 3rd pt. George GREENE of City of Dublin 4th pt. In consideration of £810 assign for one year lands of Creekstown late in possession of Michael & Thomas KING and Paul CONNELL containing 54a in Barony Ratoath, Co. Meath … WITNESS: Thomas MANGAN & Thomas CONNOR both of City of Dublin Gents.

NOTE: Thomas Jackson COCKING aka COCKYN was a son of Anne JACKSON & Rev. Ralph COCKYN and a grandson of Thomas JACKSON (1680-1751) who had leased Creekstown. SEE:  JACKSONs of Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland and Coleraine, Londonderry

 

410

403

269923

JACKSON,

Nichola

Armagh

1789 Jul 16

BOLTON Names Index 1786-1794

Nicola Ann JACKSON of Forkhill Lodge relict of Richard JACKSON late of Forkhill Lodge…. Chichester BOLTON lands in Manor of Castlehamilton… SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

410

469

270142

 

Tyrone

1789 Jul 29

MARSHALL-BOYD Book 45 Moy

John & Robert BOYD both of Moy, Co Tyrone Merchants & dealers & partners in trade… NOTE: I was looking for BROWNE links – there are none.

 

410

487

270250

JACKSON, Joseph

Monaghan

1789 Aug 6

WRAY-JACKSON

 Btw Thomas WRAY of Town & City of Monaghan merchant of 1 pt & Joseph JACKSON of same, merchant, WRAY demised dwelling house then in his possession except the Cellar then held by Sarah McKENNA. In The Diamond, City of Monaghan. For life of Joseph JACKSON the lessee, Olivia JACKSON otherwise WRIGHT, his wife & of Richard JACKSON, only son of sd Joseph JACKSON for term of 31 years yearly rent of one peppercorn. WITNESS John HARRISON, Gent.  Patrick TRENOR, writing Clerk both of Monaghan, NOTE: The descendants of Joseph JACKSON include the linen families of McKEAN & KIDD. His son Richard JACKSON (1769-1834)

 

410

529

270315

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1789 Aug 11

JACKSON-LAMPREY Names Index 1786-1794

James JACKSON got a dwelling house on Abbey Street as a result of a bankruptcy of James DOYLE.

 

410

534

270351

JACKSON, Richard

Armagh

1789 Aug 4

JACKSON-BARTON Names Index 1786-1794

Image 300

Trustees of Forkhill Estate – Susanna BARTON … lands of Carricksticken, Cloghunie, Longfield, Carricilldren, Aughadonoe, Ballykeel, Clarkeel, Levallymore, Doctor’s Quarter, Latburget, Burreen, Karnakelly, Tullyonachieve, Mullaghbane, Shanrue and Skeen in Manor of Forkhill, Co. Armagh. … lives of Susannah BARTON & Juliana Eliza BARTON only daughter of Susannah BARTON & Francis DOBBS of City of Dublin Esq. … life of Nichola Anne JACKSON … WITESS: Francis DOBBS, City of Dublin Barrister & John MURPHY of City of Dublin Attorney. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

411

230

270541

JACKSON, John

Waterford

1789 Aug 29

JACKSON-EAME Names Index 1786-1794

John JACKSON late Captain in his Majesties 98th Regiment of Infantry and late of Glenmore Lodge Co Waterford but now residing at Toulouse France & Mary JACKSON his wife late Mary TROUGHEAR spinster and John TROUGHEAR of Freshwater Isle of Wight, Co Southampton Esq of I pt & John EAMES of Beford Row, County Middlesex Esq……. given to the said Elizabeth JACKSON & John TROUGHEAR by the last will and testament of Elizabeth TROUGHEAR late of Newport deceased… lands in Co Limerick NOTE: Descendants of: JACKSONs of Ahenesk SEE: JACKSONs of Waterford & Cork

 

411

231

270542

JACKSON, John

Waterford

1789 Aug 29

JACKSON-ROBERTS Names Index 1786-1794

See above – much of same detail but including extensive list of townlands in Co Limerick, all part of Elizabeth TROUGHEAR estate. Descendants of: JACKSONs of Ahenesk. SEE: JACKSONs of Waterford & Cork

 

411

242

270553

WALKER

 

1786-1793

LEE, Charles Dillon-WALKER

 

411

262

270807

COULTER

Drogheda

1788 Oct 1

COULTER, John-COULTER 1786-1793

Image 465

John COULTER of James St. Co. & Town of Drogheda, linen manufacturer of 1 pt George COULTER, of James St in Drogheda of other pt. WITNESS: Richardson BLACKWELL of Harristown, Co. Louth Gent. & Thomas McLAUGHLIN George COULTER [SEAL]

 

411

367

271991

JACKSON, Samuel

Down

1789 Oct 31

ORR-JACKSON PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

Image 519

Btw Wm Brian ORR of Ballyneal[?] in co Down Esq. Of the one part & Samuel JACKSON of Ballymescan [Ballymescaw?], Co Down of 2nd  ... lands of Ballykeel in Barony of Castlereagh, Co Down SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

 

411

546

272601

McCULLAGH

Dublin

Armagh

1789 Sep 25

McCULLOGH William to O'CALLAGHAN 1786-1793

Image 611

Btw William McCULLOCH of Kilmore Co Dublin Esq of one pt & Owen O’CALLAGHAN of Cullaville Co Armagh Gent of other McCULLAGH demised the Customs of the Fairs of Markets in Cullaville & the Common belonging together with 30 perches part of tenement … & 1a 3r 4p in Barony of Fews, Co Armagh... WITNESS: William McCULLAGH jr of Kilmore Esq. son of Wm McCULLAGH the lessor & John MOORE of Kilmore servant to said William McCULLOCK the lessor.... NOTE: This will probably tie into the McCULLAGHs who married into the JACKSONs of Urker

 

411

547

272602

McCULLAGH

Armagh

Dublin

1789 Dec 30

McCULLOGH William to O'CALLAGHAN Callan River (an island on it)

1786-1793

Image 611

McCULLOGH William to O'CALLAGHAN 1786-1793

Wm M’CULLOCH of Kilnure Co of Dublin Esq of 1 pt & Owen CALLAGHAN of Cullaville Co Armagh Gent of the other pt. M’CULLOCH demised to O’CALLAGHAN town & lands of Glassdrummon & Carrickinmoan then in his actual possession containing 76A of bog & profitable land   Irish Measure in Barony of Fews…... for lives of James John & Owen – three oldest sons of Owen O’CALLAGHAN. WITNESS: William McCULLAGH jr of Kilmore Esq. son of Wm McCULLAGH the lessor & John REED of Ballywen Co Armagh Gent... NOTE: This will probably tie into the McCULLAGHs who married into the JACKSONs of Urker

 

412

77

268231

JOHNSTON

Down

1786-93

John JOHNSTON- JOHNSTON  

Image 56

BTW John JOHNSTON of Clunlaugh Co. Down of 1 pt & William JOHNSTON of Clunlaugh, Co. Down of the other pt. Reciting lease 7 Jan 1777 under Willaim ROGERTS of Lisburn Esq. Co. Antrim re: Clantraugh 7a 8p and reciting John JOHNSTON in love of son doth from the day of his death and the death of his wife Deborah JOHNSTON make over to William JOHNSTON … [mor detail]

16

412

116

268494

JACKSON, George

Tipperary

 

JACKSON-GOING Names Index 1786-1794

George JACKSON son of George JACKSON late of Knockingglass, Co Tipperary was a trustee....

 

412

125

268516

JACKSON, William

Dublin

Galway

1789 Apr 23

JACKSON-EVANS Names Index 1786-1794

William JACKSON of Dublin, Gent ... lands in Galway...

 

412

211

268932

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1789 May 13

JACKSON-LaTOUCHE Names Index 1786-1794

Btw Ann BINNS widow, Andrew MOLLER Merchant, William PIKE, Plumber, James JACKSON, Glass and Delph Ware seller all of City of Dublin.... last will and testament of Jonathon BINNS late of City of Dublin... piece of land near paper mill..

 

412

246

269073

JACKSON,

Sarah

Dublin

1784 Nov 4

COULTON-CROSSWAITE Names Index 1786-1794

Btw Edward COULTON of City of Dublin Timber Merchant of 1st pt & John CROSSWAITE of City of 2nd pt & Sarah JACKSON daughter of sd Edward COULTON and wife of Matthew JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent.... transferred in trust house in Marrowbone Lane in Co & City of Dublin SEE: Jacksons of Ballygibbon, Co. Kildare 

 

412

336

270806

COULTER

Drogheda

Louth

1788 Apr 26

COULTER, John-COULTER 1786-1793

Image 189

BTW John COULTER of James St. Co. & Town of Drogheda Linen Manufacturer of 1 pt & George COULTER of Saint James in Drogheda Linen Manufacturer of the other pt. Reciting that said John COULTER demised to George COULTER all of John COULTER’s dwelling House Factory, Office, Store Houses, Houses Yard & Gardens on South side of St. James St in Drogheda bounded on east & South by Widow ROWES concerns on the West by Curry’s Hill and on the South by James St and now in possession of John COULTER and his undertenants to hold for 55 years … WITNESS: Richardson BLACKWELL of Harristown Co. Louth Gent & Thomas McLAUGHLIN of Ardee Co. Louth. Gent George COULTER [SEAL].

x

412

510

271125

 

Armagh

1782 Dec 18

MAXWELL-LAPPAN Book 2 (1739-1810) Brootely

17 acres of Brootally from Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Hall to Peter LAPPAN, farmer

 

412

510

271127

 

Brootely

1783 Jun 11

MAXWELL-FEIGHAN Book 2 (1739-1810)

from Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Hall to Terrence FIEGHAN, farmer 31 acres...

 

413

11

270361

JACKSON, Richard

Donegal

1789 Jul 1

JACKSON-BROOKE Names Index 1786-1794

Image 12

Henry WRAY of Castlewray Esq. and Catherine WRAY his wife of 1st pt; William WRAY Eq eldest son and heir of Henry WRAY of 2nd pt [?] SAND [?] of Coolnaboy Co. Wexford Esq. & Wilhelmina SAND otherwise WRAY his wife. Elizabeth HATTON otherwise WRAY and Henry HATTON Esq. Executors of Sherman RICHARDS Esq. who was surviving executor of John HATTON Esq. deceased. Gore WRAY of Lifford Co. Donegal Esq. Jane MOUNTRAY widow, George HUGHES of Wexford, Gent late husband of Elenor HUGHES otherwise WRAY deceased which said Wilhelmina, Elizabeth GORE, Jane and Elenor were younger children of William WRAY late of Castlewray, Co. Donegal deceased. Of 3rd pt. Thomas KNOX Esq, & Gustavous BROOKE of City of Dublin Esq. Trustees named in deed of settlement made by William WRAY Esq. the elder 21 Spt 1763 of 4th pt. Ralph Lord Wicklow formerly Ralph HOWARD Esq. afterwards Lord Clonmore and wife Annesley GORE Esq. The Hon Richard GORE Esq. The Right Hon Arthur Earl of Arran, the Right Richard JACKSON and Andrew KNOX Esq. eldest son and heir of George KNOX Esq. deceased who was the eldest son and heir of Andrew KNOX late of Preston in Liberties of City of Londonderry Esq. deceased of the 5th pt. Charles WALKER of City of Dublin Esq one of the Masters of his Majesties High Court of Chancery in Ireland of 6th pt. and Henry Boughan BROOKE of City of Dublin Esq of the 7th pt. … reciting the said Charles WALKER Henry WRAY and Catherine WRAY his wife William WRAY [Fuller?] SAND with Wilhelmina SAND with otherwise WRAY his wife Elizabeth HATTON Henry HATTON Gore WRAY Jane MOUNTWRAY George HUGHES Thomas Lord Wells Gustavious BROOKE Ralph Lord Clonmore Alice his wife and Andrew KNOX … granted to Henry Vaughan BROOKE lands of Ballaghdergbig and Little Ellistron and Big Culbury Ballyinascadden Calhern Corraghlean and the Mill of Ballaghdery in Barony Kilmacrennan Co. Donegal … Witness: Daniel CHAMBER Esq. John ALLEN both of Letterkenny & James BOGGS of Londonderry clerke to Eneas [?] Esq. and by [?] SAND Wilhelmina SAND his wife in presence of Ann BEATY James BOGGS & Elizabeth HATTON … SEE: Some JACKSON holdings in Co. Donegal. And Beresford Family Tree - DRAFT.(includes WRAY line)

 

… complicated – worth revisiting when there is time.

NOTE: John HATTON was the husband of Elizabeth WRAY. Gore WRAY was her brother. Jane MOUNTRAY was their sister (wife of William MOUNTWRAY)

 

413

67

270998

JACKSON, Strettle

Cork

1789 Apr 18

Richard BARRETT, brewer of Cork City for consids assigned unto Strettle JACKSON Esq. Of Cork City all his rights etc to a plot of ground at Rock Savage in s.e. quarter of Cork city, bound on west with road to Blackrock, for lives of Richard BARRETT & Strettell JACKSON & Elinor BARRETT, wife of Richard BARRETT and others to be added under perpetual renewal.

Michael MORRISON’s ( Gent) place adjacent to plot of ground at Rock Savage in s.e. quarter of Cork  city. Anne SLEIGH & Richard LONGFIELD’s (Esq.) lands to south of plot of ground at Rock Savage in s.e. quarter of Cork city. WITNESSES: William PHILLIPS Gent and Patrick BLAIR Esq. both of Cork City. Transcribed by Mike Stewart. SEE: JACKSONs of Waterford & Cork

 

413

426

271993

JACKSON, Samuel

Down

1789 Oct 31

To enable Letitia ORR, spinster daughter of Mary & John ORR to make valid title of lands (not named) unto Samuel JACKSON for ever, Mary ORR (widow of John ORR late of Killyneather, dec'd.), James ORR, Mary ORR (wife of James ORR) Letitia & Mary ORR, spinster daughters of John & Mary ORR quit their claim; and annuities on sd lands will be transferred onto other lands of William Bruce ORR. Transcribed by Mike Stewart.: NOTE: This is John ORR (1695-1771) and his wife Mary REID (1704-1790). He was a son of James ORR (1666-1734) and Mary JACKSON (1668-1751). Mary JACKSON was a sister of a Samuel JACKSON. SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

 

413

482

272737

JACKSON,

Nathaniel

 

 

JACKSON-HAUTONVILLE Names Index 1786-1794

 

414

42

270072

JACKSON, George

Cork

1789 Jun5

JACKSON-BONWELL Names Index 1786-1794

George JACKSON, Barrister at Law, Co. Cork, for consids & with consent of Susanna JACKSON orse BENNETT, wife of George JACKSON and only child and heiress of Joseph BENNETT, assigns lease for house in which James BONWELL, Esq. Of Cork City formerly dwelt & cellar in occ of George PAYNE and rebuilt and possessed by James BONWELL, and common passage, in Dunscombs Marsh, Cork city bound on north by holdings of John JONES, merchant, on east by common street thro the Marsh, on west by pt of holdings demised by Robert ATKINS to Nicholas WICKES & Capt. Peter CAREW, Gent, on south by the quay which was in common with houses of Joseph BENNETT, deceased Recorder of Cork City, Peter CAREW, Nicholas WICKES unto James BONWELL for resid of 990 yr term subj to rent.

Transcribed by Mike Stewart. . SEE: JACKSONs of Waterford & Cork

 

414

225

270565

McCULLAGH

 

1786-1793

McCULLOCH Hilly to KIRK 

x

414

235

270597

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1789, Sept 2

HALL to JACKSON Book 2 (1739-1810)  Ballynahonebeg

Henry Hall of Loigh in the County of Tyrone, Gent. To Robert JACKSON of Woodvale, Co Armagh Esq. Townland of Bellaghy, Co Armagh  Also mention of Ballynahon Beg

For £232.16.10 ster, Henry HALL to Robert JACKSON of 2 leases (see earlier deed 1786 June 3: Henry IRWIN to Henry HALL) + 24a 2r 20p of Bellaghy in pa and Co Armagh as demised to him by Robert JACKSON for 21 years, plus lease to lands of Ballynahombeg as he may be entitled by way of his wife Eleanor HALL, all to hold unto Robert JACKSON for residue of terms. Henry IRWIN to Henry HALL pt of Ballaghy for 3 yrs with renewal for 3 to 3 years during Nat life of Elinor HALL at 13 shilling 4p rent. WITNESS: Hugh RUSK [or RUSH?] of Curry [Corry, Parish of Mullaghbrack?], Co. Armagh, Miller & Henry CLARKE Esq. Of Woodvale, Co. Armagh.. From my notes and also transcribed by Mike Stewart.

x

414

235

270598

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1789, Sept 2

WATSON to JACKSON

John WATSON of Teemore, Co  Armagh Gent.  In the consideration of 400 pounds paid to him by Robert JACKSON  of Woodvale, Co. Armagh ... 94 acres with appurtenances in Parish of Mullaghbrack and County of Armagh ... lease of three lives was formerly under Robert SIBTHORPE

For £400 John WATSON releases to Robert JACKSON, land of Teemore [94 acres] in pa of Mullaghbrack, ARM a lease for 3 lives held under Robert SIBTHORPE by Sir C_ [Capel?] MOLEYNEUX, Bart. WITNESSES: Robert BURKE, Gent of Macanhum, ARM & William NICHOLL, innkeeper of City of Armagh. From my notes and also transcribed by Mike Stewart.

x

414

296

270750

BRADFORD

Monaghan

1789 Sep 8

BRADFORD-DAWSON 1739-1810 (TI Bk 45) 

Between John BRADFORD of Edenenea, Co. Monaghan & Rev. Wm DAWSON of Newfield, Co. Monaghan ... reciting that Thomas TENISON the elder & Thomas TENISON the younger did release on 13 Nov & 1 Dec 1785 [a855?] to John BRADFORD lands of Edenea & then John BRADFORD to William DAWSON for three lives (lives not mentioned here)....

For consids, John BRADFORD unto William DAWSON of pt of Edenenea, for 3 lives therein mentioned (1785 Apr 12) subj to rent and covenant of renewal; as leased by Thomas TENISON sr. & Thomas TENISON jr. to John BRADFORD in 1785, then in the possession of Thomas BRADFORD. Witness: Blayney Owen MITCHELL, Attorney at Law & John ELLIOT, Innkeeper, Monaghan..

From my notes and also transcribed by Mike Stewart.

x

414

301

270768

JACKSON, Eleanor, Jane, Mary Anne, Rachel & Robert

Antrim

Down

1789 Aug 25

FLETCHER-JACKSON Belfast

A parcel of ground on south side Castle Street, Belfast [56 by 212 ft] (in tenure of G and late in possess of James CARSON) + house (in tenure of I&J) from Jane FLETCHER, a widow of Lisburn, Co. Antrim  to Mary Anne JACKSON, Jane JACKSON, Eleanor JACKSON, & Rachel JACKSON all, of Belfast, children & co-heiresses at law of  Rev. Robert JACKSON of Antrim, deceased, for lives of Arthur DONEGALL, George Arthur CHICHESTER & Arthur CHICHESTER  during residue of 83 year term, from 1 May 1793; Peter GALAN, Merchant, held tenure of parcel of ground on s.s. Castle Street, Belfast. James CARSON late in possess of parcel of ground on s.s. Castle Street, Belfast.

Dr. Alex Henry HALIDAY held tenure of house of ground on s.s. Castle Street, Belfast. Dr. Robert APSLEY held tenure of house of ground on south side Castle Street, Belfast. Arthur DONEGALL, Rt. Hon., Lord Viscount George Augustus CHICHESTER & Arthur CHICHESTER parcel of ground on south side. Castle Street, Belfast [56 by 212 ft] (in tenure of Peter GALAN and late in possess of James CARSON) + house (in tenure of Alex Henry HALIDAY & Robert APSLEY) ; WITNESSES: John KELSEY, linen draper of Drum, Co. Down & Robert JOHNSTON, Linen Draper of Drummurray, Co. Antrim. Transcribed by Mike Stewart.

NOTE: Rev. Robert JACKSON was a Presbyterian Minister of Antrim who died shortly before the date of this deed. He had been ordained in 1782.

 

414

340

270969

JACKSON,

Strettle

Cork

1789 Sep 26

JACKSON-TUTHILL Names Index 1786-1794

Plot of ground at Rocksavage in s.e. quarter of Cork city, came to be vested in Strettell JACKSON of Cork City. Strettell JACKSON to make provision for Mary JACKSON owse COSSINS [aka COUZENS], wife of Strettell JACKSON if she survives him, & for their issue, thus for consids, Strettell JACKSON unto John TUTHILL Esq. Of Limerick City & George KNAPP Esq. Of Cork City for lives of Richard BARRETT, Common brewer of Cork City, Elenor BARRETT (wife of Richard BARRETT) & Strettell JACKSON plus others to be added under perpetual renewal, upon trusts, intents & purposes. Lands of Ann SLEIGH & Richard LONGFIELD Esq. were to west of said Plot of ground at Rocksavage in s.e. quarter of Cork city. Referencing 1781Sept 28  deed: Michael MORRISON granted, 1781-8-28 plot of ground [195 x 85 ft] at Rocksavage in s.e. quarter of Cork city in possess of Richard BARRETT unto Richard BARRETT. SEE: JACKSONs of Waterford & Cork Transcribed by Mike Stewart.

 

414

319

270805

COULTER

Louth

1789 Mar 31

COULTER, John-AMBROSE 411 wrong number 1786-1793

Image 475

BTW John COULTER of James St., Drogheda Linen Merchant of 1 pt & Joseph AMBROSE of West St. Drogheda, Merchant of other pt. Reciting Thomas WYNNE and [Francis BERAL?] Gent by indenture 4 Nov 1785 demised to John COULTER & George COULTER part of lands of Proudfootstown [Parish Dowth, Barony Upper Slane], Co. Meath containing 24a 3r 25p bounded on North by Mallock River on the East by River BOYNE nd on the South by Demesne of Douth and part of lands of Proudstown,[Parish Skreen, Barony Skreen,] and on the west by James KILLYs Mill Race to hold for natural lives of Jane STEWART wife of Henry STEWART of Town of Drogheda Gent & Alice VAUNHOMRIGH wife of John VAUNHOMRIGH of Drogheda Esq. yearly rent £75 … Majesty’s Court of Exchequer in Ireland suit against Goods and Chattles of John COULTER for sum of £583.2.2 … together with the utensils and implements belonging to the Bleach Green in Proudstown and 100 Looms in the Town of Droheda with al the said John COULTERs household furniture of which he [?] the said John ANDREWS in actual possession by delivering to him four Mittle Boilers Four [?] WITNESS Richardson BLACKWILL of Harristown Co. Louth Gent & Thomas McLAUGHLIN.

NOTE: Proudfootstown is west of Drogheda and is on the River Boyne.

 

415

25

270073

JACKSON, George

Cork

1789 Jul 24

JACKSON-BONWELL Names Index 1786-1794

George JACKSON of City of Corke Barrister at Law & Susannah JACKSON orse BENNET his wife which said Susannah otherwise BENNETT is the only Child and Heiress at Law of Joseph BENNETT Esq deceased late Recorder of City of Corke… part of Drumscombe Marsh… SEE: JACKSONs of Waterford & Cork

 

415

150

273202

ORR, Letitian & Mary

Down

1789 Nov 2

Release executed by Letitia ORR and Mary ORR both of the Deary, Co. Down spinsters. Reciting that the Rev James HUEY of Newtownards, Co. Down had in or as of Easter Term 1,781 pounds had obtained two judgements in his Majesty’s Court of Common in Ireland against William BRUCE  of Killyneather Co. Down Esq. the one for 1,200 pounds and the 2nd for 800 pounds and that he had assigned the said judgement to Letitia & Mary ORR and to the payment of which the lands of Ballykeel, Co. Down among other lands which were lately conveyed to Samuel JACKSON of Ballymiscaw Co. Down by William Bruce ORR, they the said Letitia & Mary ORR did demise the lands of Ballykeel to Samuel JACKSON. WITNESS: William Cuming of Lisbredraw & Richard James HUEY of Newtownards, Co. Down. NOTE: Given that Letitia & Mary ORR are sisters, and granddaughters of Mary JACKSON (1668-1751), I would suspect that Samuel JACKSON was a near relation. William Bruce ORR (1760-1790) was a cousin of the sisters. I suspect that his mother was a BRUCE (wife of James ORR) SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down NOTE: John ORR (1695-1771) and his wife Mary REID (1704-1790). He was a son of James ORR (1666-1734) and Mary JACKSON (1668-1751). Mary JACKSON was a sister of a Samuel JACKSON

LDS

415

173

273299

JACKSON, William Marcus

Limerick

1790 Feb 5

JACKSON-O’CALLAGHAN Names Index 1786-1794

Btw William Marcus JACKSON of City of Limerick Gent of 1 pt stood seized of lands of Meylish in the Liberties of the City of Limerick for term of 3 lives- he was indebted to Cornel O’CALLAGHAN

 

415

238

273560

JACKSON, Thomas

Tyrone

1790 Feb 16

JACKSON-Arts of agreemement Names Index 1786-1794

Thomas JACKSON of Tullydowey, Co Tyrone Linen draper in a legal suit that was being settled.

 

415

332

274011

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1786-1793

McCULLOCH James to ROBINSON

Land of James M’CULLOGH in Co Dublin

 

415

443

274774

COULTER

Dublin

1786-1793

COULTER, John- MARSHALL

John COULTER, Grocer of Capel St..

 

416

37

272755

JACKSON, James

Kings

1790 Jan 12

JACKSON-ELLIOT Names Index 1786-1794

James JACKSON of Parsonstown, [aka Birr now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co. of 1 t. Bartholomew Boyd ELLIOT… demised Black yard to ELLIOT 2a 1r 24 p bounded on the by Counsellor PALMERs land on the west by LINDSAYs holding on the North by Mr. SHORTS and on the south by the river also the middle meadows at Love Lane in the north by Hannibal FRAZER (NOTE: Hannibal FRAZER’s wife was a JACKSON),  & Robert JACKSONs land and on the south by Mr SHORTs all in Barony of Ballybritt, Kings Co. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

16d

416

298

277116

JACKSON, Edward Rowland

Cork

Waterford

1790 Jun 10

JACKSON-LODGE Names Index 1786-1794

 Lands of  [Tamorne?] called Lyrettine Co Waterford

16d

416

325

277220

DAWSON, Agnes

Antrim

1790 Sep 20

DAWSON, Agnes-HUGHES

Agnes DAWSON widow of William DAWSON of Monkstown, Co Antrim farmer of 1 pt, parish of Carmoney, Belfast to Thomas HUGHES

16d

416

333

277248

Johnston, James

Fermanagh

1790 Sep 23

James JOHNSTON – BALL  

James JOHNSTON of Co Fermanagh leased to Benjamin BALL of City of Dublin Esq. lands in Fermanagh

16d

416

379

277439

 

Tyrone

1790 Oct 1

SIMPSON, Alex-WALLACE1786-1793

Alexander SIMPSON of Cloneblagh & Samuel WALLACE of Claremore, both in Co. Tyrone ... 15A 2R 9P

 

416

380

389

277447

 

 

1786-1793

SAVAGE, Elizabeth-WALKER not pertinent

Also ECHLIN

 

416

485

277754

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1790 Oct 27

JACKSON-HYLAND Names Index 1786-1794

BTW Anne BINNS Widow, Andrew MOLLER  Merchant, William PIKE Plumber & James JACKSON Delft and Glass seller.

16d

417

239

272736

JAFFRAY, Alexander

Queens

1790 Jan 9

JACKSON Names Index 1786-1794

Nathaniel JACKSON  of Mountmellick, Queens Co- lands in Drinagh SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

16d

417

245

272748

JACKSON, Richard

Armagh & Cavan

1790 Jan 11

JACKSON-NORRIS Names Index 1786-1794

 Deed of release 10 Aug 1780 btw Richard JACKSON of Forkhill Co Armagh Esq. & Rev Richard NORRIS of town of Drogheda reciting article made  17 Sep 1767 the sd Richard JACKSON by the name of Richard JACKSON of Castlehamilton Co Cavan Esq  set lands of Killishandra to Rev LUTHER – abt 6 acres with Malthouse SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

16d

417

354

273191

BREAKEY

 

1786-1793

BREAKEY-GIBSON  (1790)

x

417

495

273588

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1790 Feb 18

JACKSON-POWELL Names Index 1786-1794

Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Engraver of 1 pt 7 Benjamin POWELL City of Dublin Taylor of the other pt. John PRICE of City of Dublin Builder had demised to JACKSON 24’ in front to the east, on the south next to the Strand 101’  in the North next Montgomery St 11’ 6” and on the west from the Strand to Montgomery St 72’ 6” with circular area before the front enclosed with a Wall Chineas Pallisadoes 11’6” situate on the North Strand City of Dublin…

16d

418

155

272735

JACKSON,

Nathaniel

 

 

JACKSON-JAFFREY Names Index 1786-1794

 

419

13

272940

SEAVER

Armagh

1790 Jan 23

SEAVER, Johnathon-MONTGOMERY 1786-1793 Sisters…

SEAVER, Elizabeth

SEAVER, Thomas

SEAVER, Mary

SEAVER, Jane

SEAVER, Bridget

 

419

104

273272

JACKSON, John

Limerick

1789 Sep 3

JACKSON-BANKS Names Index 1786-1794

John JACKSON of City of Limerick Shopkeeper of 1 pt & Adam BANKS of said City Limerick, Tallow Chandler…

 

419

363

274303

JACKSON,

Nichola Ann

Armagh

1790 Mar 29

JACKSON-SOUTHWELL Names Index 1786-1794

Nicola Anne JACKSON of Forkhill [ In 2013 not needed] SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

419

544

275163

OATES,

Kings

1790 May 2

OATES, James-HORAN 1786-1793 Monasteravin

James OATES of Monasteravin

 

420

232

274704

JACKSON, James

Kings

1790 Apr 6

JACKSON-ELLIOT Names Index 1786-1794

Image 140

James JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co Esq. & Bartholemew Boyd ELLIOT of Birr Esq. a field in Love Lane [in or near Birr, King's Co Life Bartholomew Boyd WARBURTON of Birr Kings Co. & Samuel BATT of City of Dublin. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

 

420

514

275402

PUREFOY, William

Limerick

Cork

Kerry

1790 Feb 17

NEWMAN

Image 284

BTW Rt. Hon. Silver OLIVER of Castle Oliver, Co. Limerick of his Majesty’s most hon Privy Council in Ireland of 1st pt. Elizabeth NEWMAN of Mountshannon Co. Limerick Spinster of 2nd pt. John NEWMAN of Newbury Co. Cork & William PUREFOY of City of Corke Esq of 3rd pt. .. lands in Co. Kerry

 

421

54

352533

COULTER

McMURRAY

 

1739-1810

COULTER to McMURRY Wrong book number (TI Bk 45) Drumgaveny

???

421

101

274080

PUREFOY, James

Galway

1789 Apr 29

DILLON

Image 362

BTW James PUREFOY of Woodfield Co. Galway Esq. of 1st pt. Lord Bishop Killala of 2nd pt; James DILLON of Abbeyland Co. Galway of 3rd pt. Reciting 27 Jun 1735 btw Rev Giles EYRE Dean of Killala and William PUREFOY of Eyre Court Eq. & reciting deeds of leas & release 28 Jun 1786 btw James PUREFOY and said John LAW the Bishop of Clonfort & Kilmacdough importing to be a deed of Mortgage of  lands James PUREFOY & John LAW granted to James DILLON lands in his actual possession of Killmacshane 177 1/2a and lands of Derrybane 35a ½ & also 15a Col John EYRE’s estate in Killmacshane Barony of Longford, Co. Galway to hold to James DILLON & heirs. WITNESS: Allen RUXTON of City of Dublin Gent & Rev Thomas HACKETT jun of Eyrecourt Clke James PUREFOY [SEAL]

NOTE: There may be more than one Col. John EYRE. One of them – John EYRE (1767-aft1820) married Jane PUREFOY

 

421

178

274236

DAWSON

Dublin

1770 Mar 24

DAWSON, Thomas-BUNBURY

Very long deed .. spinster Letitia FOLLIOT… George BUNBURY…Townley DAWSON

 

421

343

274834

BROWN

Down

1786-1793

SCOTT, Robert-BROWN

William BROWN of Ballylinch  James THOMPSON of Newtownards… land  on High Street in Newtownards.

 

421

400

275012

BARTLEY

Waterford

1790 May 11

BARTLEY Regd 12 May 1790  Croane & Kilmacumind,

Indd Deed of Release bearing date 11 May 1790

Between Henry BARTLEY, otherwise TENNISON, reputed son of Joseph TENNISON late of Clonmell, Co Tipperary, Anthony BARTLEY o/wise TENNISON & Deborough BARTLEY o/wise TENNISON (brother & sister of Henry) of one part, and William AICKEN of the City of Dublin Gent of the other part. All that and those Lands of Croane & Kilmacumind, Co Waterford.

 

421

400

275012

BARTLEY

Waterford

1790 May 11

BARTLEY Regd 12 May 1790  Croane & Kilmacumind,

Indd Deed of Release bearing date 11 May 1790

Between Henry Bartley, otherwise Tennison, reputed son of Joseph Tennison late of Clonmell, Co Tipperary, Anthony Bartley o/wise Tennison & Deborough Bartley o/wise Tennison (brother & sister of Henry) of one part, and William Aicken of the Citty of Dublin Gent of the other part.

All that and those Lands of Croane & Kilmacumind, Co Waterford.

x

421

480

275230

JACKSON,

Jane & husband

Dublin

1790 May 28

JACKSON-CROWE Names Index 1786-1794

Rev PHILLIPS of City of Dublin Clk & Jane PHILLIPS otherwise JACKSON his wife sister & heir at law of Rev John JACKSON late Archdeacon of Clogher deceased of the one part and Edward CROW of Tullamore Esq. of the other part whereas indented deed of release dated 1 Aug 1767 Rev Daniel JACKSON late of Tullamore [Tullamore, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan] in Kings Co. but then of the City of Dublin Clrke let unto William NEWCOMBE of Tullamore …….other lands … Daniel JACKSON built and erected a large dwelling house offices garden and pidgeon house to hold unto the said Wm NEWCOMBE… Jane PHILLIPS entitled to rent…

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

 

421

495

275274

JACKSON, Richard

Monaghan

1790 Jun 1

SETON-JACKSON

James SETON of Laurelmount, Co. Monaghan Esq. of 1 pt & Richard JACKSON of Lismackseheela, Co. Fermanagh  and Joseph JACKSON of Town & Co. of Monaghan Gent … SETON in consid of 427 pounds 10 shillings granted to said Richard JACKSON and Joseph JACKSON a tenement in town of Monaghan adjoining the Castle Stable of the Town of Monaghan fronting the Market Place… 52 feet in front on which houses of John DUNLOP & Francis ROGERS and other houses…… to have as tenants in common and not as joint tenants for lives of Robert DUNLOP & John MONTGOMERY. WITNESS: William ROBINSON of Town & Co. Monaghan apothecary & Owen MITCHELL of City of Dublin attorney. NOTE: Need to doublecheck name of Fermanagh JACKSON. This would be Richard JACKSON  (1768-1834)

 

422

62

274703

JACKSON, James

Kings

1787 May 14

Image 41

Land in Parsonstown. James JACKSON Esq. witness

 

422

68

304843

PRINGLE

Armagh

1739-1810

PRINGLE-PRINGLE Killynure

NOTE: Wrong Bk # Not in 422 or 423.

 

422

345

276486

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1790 Jul 26

McCULLOCH William Ivory to DOWLING 1786-1793

Image 193

Btw Moses BLOOMER City of Dublin Hair dresser & William Ivory McCULLOGH of City of Dublin Architect of 1 pt & [Timothy?] DOWLING of Crow Street City of Dublin Grocer of the other pt. … building on east side of Angier St. cont in front 98 ½’ and in breadth in front and rere 23’ ….

 

422

400

276566

McCULLAGH

Monaghan

1790 Mar 5

McCULLOCH Thomas to McCULLOCH 1786-1793

Image 221

BTW Thomas McCULLOUGH of Lurgenerly Co. Monaghan of 1st pt whereby the said Thomas McCULLAGH of Tullvanis Co, Monaghan of the other part in consideration of £20 paid by said Patrick McCULLOGH … Thomas McCULLOGH demised to Patrick McCULLOGH his heirs that part of Tullyvanis  formerly possesed by William HENDERSON & George FULLEN containing 5a 1r 30p together with 28p of a roadway from Allen McCULLOUGHs gap by the top of the hill into said farm containing 4a [?] 18p together with half acre of bog… to hold for natural lives of John DOUGLAS Thomas McCULLOGH and John McCULLOUGH the lives in the original lease … WITNESS: Allen McCULLOGH of Tullyvannis & Patrick DUFFY of Tullyclasney both is CO. Monaghan. Memorial witnessed by Allen McCULLOGH & John WALLACE Attorney at law. Patrick McCULLOGH [SEAL]

 

422

416

276636

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1789 Jan 12

McCULLOCH William to STEELE 1786-1793

Image 230

BTW William McCOLLOCK of Ballygally Barony Glenarm Co. Antrim Esq. of 1 pt & Archibald STEEL of Farnamoney Barony Antrim Co. Antrim of other pt. … demised all that park or field commonly called Hannocks Park then in his possession containing 4a plantation measure in Parish Carncastle Barony Glenarm Co. Antrim … WITNESS: Robert TWEED of Ballygally & William STEEL of Corkermain both in Co. Antrim Gents

 

423

38

275279

JACKSON, Joseph

Carlow

Kildare

1791 May 31

JACKSON-HIGGINBOTTOM Names Index 1786-1794

Image 333

BTW Haw Read HIGGINBOTHAM of [?] Co. Wicklow of the 1 pt & Joseph JACKSON of Spinnians in said Co. Gent of 2nd pt Abigail[?] HIGGINBOTHAM of Ballen [?]urebeg Co. Wicklow spinster of the 3rd pt

SEE: JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass. Jacob JACKSON married Ellinor HIGGINBOTHAM.

SEE also: John JACKSON of Cargeen Co. Kildare and Sarah LUCAS of Rathdaniel, Co. Carlow

q

423

159

275616

McCULLAGH

Monaghan

1790 Jan 5

WILSON - MCCULLAGH  Dunremon & Losset

NAMES: Alexander WILSON of Dunraymond, Co. Monaghan and Aghavilly, Co. Leitrim; Thomas McCULLOUGH aka McCULLAGH of Derryvalley and Lo[aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybrittsset, Co. Monaghan; William BREAKEY of Drumskelt; James LECKY; Charles GILLESPIE of Arotuaghyt aka Ardaghy. SEE: JACKSONs of Urker NOTE: This link to Aghavilly, Co. Leitrim may explain why Sir Thomas JACKSON (1841-1915) was born there.

x

423

272

275982

OATES,

Kings

1781 Jun 5

OATES, Thomas-OLIGAN 1786-1793

Thomas OATES in Charlestown, Parish Clonmacnoise, Barony of Garrycastle], Kings Co.

!

423

445

276323

McCULLAGH

Monaghan

1790 Jul 16

WILSON to McCULLAGH1739-1810 (TI Bk 45)  Dunremon & Losset

Regd 17th July 1790

A Meml of an Indented deed of Assignment bearing date the sixteenth day of July one thousand seven hundred and ninety and duly executed between Alexander WILSON late in Dunremon in the County of Monaghan but now of Augavilly in the County of Leitrim farmer of the one part and James McCULLAGH of Derryvalley in the County of Monaghan Linnen Draper of the other part reciting that the said Alexr Did for the Considern therein mentd sell assign transfer and make over unto the said Thomas McCULLAGH (!!) …

[Very similar to 423 159 275616; change from James to Thomas is as written.] SEE: JACKSONs of Urker NOTE: This link to Aghavilly, Co. Leitrim may explain why Sir Thomas JACKSON (1841-1915) was born there. His paternal grandmother was a McCULLAGH.

x

423

523

276638

McCULLAGH

 

1786-1793

McCULLOCH William to TWEED

 

424

106

275718

JACKSON, James

 

 

RUSSELL Names Index 1786-1794

 

424

464

276637

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1790 Aug 8

McCULLOCH William to WILLSON 1786-1793

William McCULLOCH of Ballygelly, Co. Antrim to Thomas WILSON of Ballygelly, Co. Antrim

15

424

464

276640

McCULLAGH

 

1786-1793

McCULLOCH William & anr - Agreement

q

425

238

276832

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1790 Aug 23

McCULLOCH Hilly to WORKMAN 1786-1793

Willy M’CULLOCH of Killwaghter, Co Antrim…

 

425

469

277883

JACKSON,

Sarah

Kildare

1790 Nov

NEVILLE Names Index 1786-1794

Sarah JACKSON widow & sole executor of Charles JACKSON late Bishop of Co Kildare… lots of lands

 

426

256

277738

McCULLAGH

 

1786-1793

McCULLOCH James to ROBINSON

 

426

459

278440

OLIVER,

Londonderry

1790 Jul 7

OLIVER, Martha-OLIVER Notes in 2009 diary 1786-1793

Martha OLIVER otherwise MILLER of Granaught, Co. Londonderry widow & Joseph OLIVER of Granaught farmer of other part. Martha sold to Joseph for £100 part of Drumreighlin, Barony of Kinaught, Co. Londonderry.

 

427

107

278255

 

 

1786-93

James & John JOHNSTON – HAMILTON

 

427

153

270409

BREAKEY

Monaghan

 

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

16/7/1790; 20/1/1790. William Breakey, Drumskelt, linen draper; James Breakey, Drumskelt; James Leckey; Witness Isiah Breakey of Milford.

x

427

153

272403

JACKSON

Monaghan

 

BREAKEY to JACKSON  Carricknaveagh

x

427

153

278403

BREAKEY

 

1786-1793

(1790)

 

427

310

278906

JACKSON, Robert

 

 

HEGAN Names Index 1786-1794

17

427

352

279050

JACKSON, James

Cork

1790 Dec

James JACKSON Gent of Clohinate  was witness to Mary Anne BALDWIN Pre-marriage ML

 

428

368

280395

McCULLAGH

 

1786-1793

McCULLOGH James to DEAKEN

 

428

482

312486

JACKSON, Robert

 

 

MEARA Names Index 1794- Wrong Bk. I found it in ROD: 482-428-312486

17

429

46

277329

COULTER, John

Dublin

1790 Sep 11

COULTER, John-HARRIS 1786-1793

Image 334

… Luke CASSIN of City of Dublin Merchant & John COULTER Grocer executors of Boddolph Glauber HARRIS assigned to Anne HARRIS house on west side of Capel St #105 … bounded Vicars & Lord Merchants … John COULTER [SEAL]

 

429

77

277421

 

 

1786-1793

SIMPSON, Anne-KEARNEY

 

429

294

278254

 

 

1786-93

James & John JOHNSTON – HAMILTON

 

430

??

279779

 

 

1786-1793

SCOTT, Oliver-HEIN

 

430

2

278712

BLACKWOOD

Down

1789 Nov 5

Anne BLACKWOOD of Moughreanan, widow of John BLACKWOOD of Maghereanan & mother of Robert BLACKWOOD. Thomas BLACKWOOD; Henry WRAY of Castle Wray; NickRed

NOTE: This could be the Anne BACKWOOD nee JACKSON (1724-1814) who was buried at Bangor. The BLACKWOODS ended up with the HAMILTON- Claneboye estate

15

430

 

251

279340

JACKSON, Hugh & William

Down

1791 Jan 10

JACKSON - Marr Arts Names Index 1786-1794 PRONI

Image 149

T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

Hugh JACKSON of Ballywully Co Down Gent of 1st part & William JACKSON son to the said Hugh JACKSON of the 2nd pt & Jean TODD of Ballinaskeagh Co Down of 3rd pt… whereas Hugh JACKSON did grant to William JACKSON & to his heirs by his marriage to Jean TODD all that messuage in the Parish of Bangor Barony of Castlereagh Co Down WITNESS incl James TODD of Ballinaskeagh.. SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

 

430

252

279342

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1791 Jan 10

MOLLER-GARTSIDE Names Index 1786-1794

It probably cites an earlier lease with John JACKSON but in the 4 pages, I couldn’t see it. It would be the same as one that described the Black Lyon etc.

 

430

389

279629

COULTER

Drogheda

1791 Jan 26

COULTER, George-COULTER 1786-1793

Btw George COULTER of St James in Co & town of Drogheda Linen Manufacturer of the one part & John COULTER of Proudfootstown [Parish Dowth, Barony Upper Slane] Drogheda Manufacturer of the other John COULTER 16 Aug 1788 demised to George COULTER dwelling House Factory Store House Houses Yard and Gardens on South side of James st … more particulars

 

430

395

279640

 

Down

1791 Jan 16

SEAWRIGHT, Joseph-Patrick NOTES in 2009 diary. 1786-1793

Between Joseph SEAWRIGHT of Banbridge, Co. Down Gent & Isaac PATRICK of Magheraly said Co. Presbyterian Minister ... lands of Ballymoney ... Joseph SEAWRIGHT married Johanna MULLEDY otherwise COLVIULL ... Alexander DICKSON of Dromore, Co. Down ... her brother Malarine COLVILLE then late of Carolina in North America deceased (long dead).

 

430

396

279642

BROWNE

Limerick

1790 Nov 13

BROWNE & wife to WILSON 1739-1810 Aghamallett Lepoint

(TI Bk 45)

John BROWN Co Limerick & Catherine BROWN otherwise GREEN of the other part…

15

430

541

280200

DAWSON

 

1786-1793

DAWSON, John-PRENTICE

!

430

547

280226

LATOUCHE

 

1786-1793

LATOUCHE, Peter-renunciation of Vicars Will

!!

430

553

281436

KIDD

 

1786-1793

KIDD, James-LEE

 

431

4

279151

JACKSON, William Marcus

 

 

MAHON Names Index 1786-1794

 

431

47

279376

JACKSON,

Sarah & JACKSON, James

Dublin

1791 Jun 13

QUIGGANS Names Index 1786-1794

Sarah JACKSON administrix of Joseph MASON late of Barrack St., City of Dublin Cabinet Maker dec’d & James JACKSON of City of Dublin silk weaver husband of said Sarah. & James QUIGGANS of Barrach St Glover, of other pt. west side of Tighe St commonly called Barrack ST.,… description of land.

 

431

68

279443

JACKSON

Monaghan

1791 Jan 19

JACKSON - SCOTT, Owen-JACKSON 1786-1793

Henry Owen SCOTT of Clonamully to John JACKSON of Crieve both of Co Monaghan.

 

431

80

279478

JACKSON, James

Kings

1791 Jan 21

JACKSON - MOORE Names Index 1786-1794

Image 351

BTW James JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co of 1 pt & Bartholemew Boyd ELLIOT of said town of Birr Esq. of other pt. Reciting deeded 3a  …. [descry] part of the land of Ballintara Kings Co known as Quartermains  Holding… … SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

 

431

104

279689

BROWNE

Monaghan

1791 Jan 20

BROWNE-McMORRAN Book 45 (1739-1810)

John BROWN of Creevagh, Co Monaghan Gent of 1 pt &  Wm McMORAN of Town & Co Monaghan of other part transfer lands of Enagh in Co. Monaghan held under John DOLLARD of Glasslough, Co Monaghan… Thomas BROWN late of Enagh Co Monaghan deceased.. John BROWN got lands in last will and testament of Thomas BROWN.

 

431

165

279641

SEAWRIGHT

Down

1786-1793

SEAWRIGHT, Joseph-Patrick NOTES in 2009 diary.

Joseph SEAWRIGHT of Banbridge & James SEAWRIGHT of Banbridge – not pertinent.

 

431

184

279689

BROWNE

Monaghan

1739-1810

BROWNE-McMORRAN Book 45 (1739-1810)

John BROWN of Creevagh, Co Monaghan Merchant of 1 pt &  Wm McMORAN of town & Co Monaghan of other pt…. transfer lands of Enagh… lately held by Thomas BROWN late of Enagh, Co Monaghan John BROWN by testament of Thomas BROWN

 

431

241

279966

JACKSON,

Henry Rev.

Down

1791 Feb 8

JACKSON - SHAW Names Index 1786-1794

Rev Henry JACKSON of Ballymoney in Parish of Magherally Barony of Lower Iveagh Co Down of one pt……. land he lately enjoyed… road leading from Banbridge along mearing of Wm Williams land…Memorial 1791 Jul 8 SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

 

431

463

281394

McCULLAGH

 

1786-1793

McCULLOUGH David to FAUSETT

 

431

471

281419

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1791 Apr 20

JACKSON - SWITZER Names Index 1786-1794

Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Engraver of 1st part & James SWIZER of Bishop St in Co Dublin Printer. Land btw the Strand and Montgomery St… bounded by road leading to Lime Kiln…

 

431

492

281482

 

 

1786-93

James JOHNSTON – JOHNSTON  

 

432

108

280217

JACKSON, William

Cork

Westmorland

1790 Sep 22

JACKSON - HYDE Names Index 1786-1794

Image 62

William JACKSON of town of Youghall, Co. Cork Esq of 1st pt & Jane HYDE spinster, youngest daughter of Rev Arthur HYDE of Hyde Park in Liberties of City of Cork Clerk of 2nd pt. & Thomas GREEN Esq and Rev. Arthur HYDE jr both of Youghall … marriage William JACKSON & Jane HYDE … parcels of land with appurtenances within the Manor of Kirkby-Stephen and Brough in Co. Westmorland Great Britain also house in Strand Street in Town of Youghall Co. Cork together with Outhouses yards and gardens possessed by William JACKSON late of Youghall Gent deceased father to said William JACKSON and also houses on south side of the Mall in the Town of Youghall bounded on north by STOATs premises and on the South by dwelling house of said William JACKSON on the west by Garden Brewery & premises held by him and on the East by the Street to hold severally unto the said Thomas GREEN and Arthur HYDE the younger … jointure … WITNESS Ben Murdock JACKSON [Benjamin Murdock JACKSON] Esq M[?] of Yougahal & Mary KEATING sister to said Ben [?] JACKSON [seal]

 

432

131

280288

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1791 Feb 2

McCULLOGH James to KEEN (1786-1793)

Plasterer of City of Dublin

 

432

164

280417

McCULLAGH

 

1791 Feb 17

MCCULLOUGH Edward Esq. to RICKARD (1786-1793)

 

432

338

280812

COULTER

Fermanagh

1778 Mar 3

COULTER, Wm & Jn Marr art Notes in 2009 diary 1786-1793

Marriage of William COULTER of Ballydooly, Parish of Magherecrop, Co. Fermanagh & James COULTER, his son of 1st part William KILDEA of Roscor [?] Parish, Co. Fermanagh & Lucy KILDEA, daughter … town and lands of Ballydoolagh. Memorial:1791 Mar 19

 

432

399

281049

OLIVER,

 

1786-1793

OLIVER, Silver-WILLIS

 

432

410

281078

JACKSON, Thomas

Armagh

1791 Apr 2

JACKSON Names Index 1786-1794

Thomas JACKSON of Ballymagerny Co Armagh farmer of the one part & John JACKSON William JACKSON of the same farmers of the other part Also Ballymore

 

433

21

279150

JACKSON, William Marcus

Clare

1790 Nov 17

JACKSON - MAHON Names Index 1786-1794

Image 294

Deed of Annity or Rent Charge btw William Marcus JACKSON of Allerbury, Co. Clare Gent  of the 1 pt & James MAHON of City of Limerick Merchant of other pt. Bond of 244 pounds came due 2 May 1786 payable to James MAHON.. part of townlands of Moylish.. bond paid off. WITNESS: James GORMAN of Ennis Co. Clare, Gent…

 

433

187

283167

JACKSON, William Marcus

 

 

JACKSON - MAHON Names Index 1786-1794

 

433

260

283348

JACKSON, John

Londonderry

London

1791 Jun 16

JACKSON - DOWNING Names Index 1786-1794

Deed of Assignment btw Samuel OLIVER of Leicester, Leicestershire & Thomas JACKSON & John JACKSON both of London Executors of last will of Richard OXLEY late of Broad Street City of London, Linen Draper deceased of the 1 pt & Rev Alexander Clotworthy DOWNING of Maghera, Co. Londonderry Clke, eldest son and heir at law of John DOWNING late of Rowansgill, Co. Londonderry Esq deceased of the other part. Reciting the said Samuel OLIVER, Thomas NICKSON and John JACKSON in consid of 600 pounds & 33 pounds paid by Alexander Clotworthy DOWNING granted to by Alexander Clotworthy DOWNING the sum of 600 pounds given by John DOWNING to Jane DOWNING his daughter by an indenture 1 Feb 1773 chargeable on certain towns and townlands … NOTE Anne JACKSON, wife of Col. Adam DOWNING, was the grandmother of Alexander Clotworthy DOWNING (1735-1812). The question is: Who were Thomas & John JACKSON? SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

433

342

283601

JACKSON, Eugenia & Henry

Dublin

Kings

1791 Jul 19

JACKSON - GRAY Names Index 1786-1794

Image 457

BTW Eugenia JACKSON of City of Dublin, Widow of the 1st pt & James Ruddock GREY [ aka James Gray RUDDOCK – husband of Henrietta JACKSON] of Ballincurr, [either Ballincur Parish Kinnitty, Barony Ballybrittor Ballincur , Parish Rahan, Barony Ballycowan] Kings Co. Esq of 2nd pt  & Henry JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent, 2nd son of Eugenia JACKSON of 3rd pt. Reciting that Robert JACKSON late of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt] Kings Co. Esq. in his lifetime possessed lands of Lisclooney [Parish Tisaran] Barony of Garrycastle],& and Clonbonniff  [Parish Tisaran] in Barony Garrycastle Kings Co. by deed 20 Apr 1774 by William CARSON of Parsonstown, Kings Co. Bart deceased & that Robert JACKSON had a lease from Sir William PARSONS 3 Jan 1785 & reciting that Robert JACKSON in his will 22 Nov 1781 bequeathed all to his wife to dispose to her children in shares as she think proper and reciting that Eugenia had before that time amply provided for her eldest son Robert JACKSON & in consid of natural love for her 2nd son Henry  & in consid of 10s paid by James Ruddock GREY confirmed to James Ruddock GREY lands of Lisclooney [Parish Tisaran] and Clonbonniff [Parish Tisaran] in Barony Garrycastle Kings Co. upon trust that GREY should pay debts of Robert JACKSON which amounted to 600 pounds out of the rents and to hold in trust for Henry JACKSON, and if he was without issue to revert to Eugenia JACKSON and after her decease go to Robert JACKSON. WITNESS: John DILLON & John DALY. Eugenia JACKSON [SEAL] & Henry JACKSON [SEAL] SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran NOTE: Eugenia was the widow of Robert JACKSON

 

433

534

284116

JACKSON,

Jane

Antrim

1791 Apr 13

JACKSON - McCLISTER Names Index 1786-1794

Btw Jane JACKSON orse HOUSTON of Larne, Co. Antrim Gentlewoman of 1 pt & James McCLISTER of Larne, Co. Antrim merchant for sum of 52 pounds demised tenement in Newtown of Larne incl backhouse & garden bounded on North by Thomas MOOREs tenement & on south by James CAMPBELL to hold for 99 years. WITNESS: Samuel HOUSTON of Larne, Co. Antrim Merchant & John WEIR of Larne Pub Not.

 

434

23

280293

STITT, John

Dublin

1791 Feb 21

STITT, John-LAMAISTRE NOTES in 2009 diary. 1786-1793

John STITT City of Dublin, Merchant

 

434

124

280708

PIPPARD

Dublin

  1752 May21

PEPPARD-WARREN, Jacob. Lease.  Lease and Release 20-21 May 1751 Sarah CROKER nee CROKER wife of Charles CROKER described as Sarah CROKER spinster to Jacob PEPPARD-WARREN Memorial 149-66-98882 nickred

 

434

198

280859

OLIVER, Andrew

Armagh

1785 May 3

OLIVER, Andrew-WILLIS1786-1793

Andrew OLIVER of Newtown Hamilton, Co. Armagh, Gent of the one pt & David WILLIS of the same Shopkeeper. OLIVER demised land adjoining Newtown Hamilton bounded on the East by the Dundalk Road on the South by Alexander McCRORY’s holdings on the West by Moses McCAMMONs holdings and on the North by Francis PALMER’s holding all that Field called the mearing house field excepting and reserving as in said lease is excepted and reserved… and John OLIVER son of Andrew OLIVER then about 11 years old. WITNESS: Gavin SHAW & Alexander McILROY both of Newtown Hamilton Co. Armagh Gents SEE: JACKSONs of Urker for OLIVERs. SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

15

434

198

440183

OLIVER, Andrew

Armagh

1791 Mar 22

OLIVER-WILLIS

 Lease btw Andrew OLIVER of Newtown Hamilton in Co. of Armagh, Gent of the 1 pt & David WILES  of the same shopkeeper .. part of the land adjoining Newtownhamilton afsd bounded on the east by the Dundalk Rd. on the South by Alexander McCRORYs holdings on h west by Moses McCAMMONs holding on the North by Francis PALMERs holding and that field called the mearing house field… for natural lives of the sd David WILES the lessee & his son a child and John OLIVER son of sd Andrew OLIVER then aged about 11 years old.. WITNESS: Gavin SHAW & Alexander McILROY both of Newtown Hamilton. SEE: JACKSONs of Urker for OLIVERs. SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

15

434

209

280882

JOHNSTON

Fermanagh

1791 Mar 22

James JOHNSTON – JOHNSTON   1786-93

James JOHNSTON of Snowhill, Co. Fermanagh & & William JOHNSTON Esq Lieut in his Majesty’s 63rd Regiment of Foot… Skefflington HAMILTON of Cope Street bankrupt, Chapman dealer in Exchange

15

435

41

295612

COULTER

Down

 

COULTER to RANSON 1739-1810 Ballyregan

(TI Bk 73)

q

435

86

281435

DAWSON

 

1786-1793

DAWSON, Edward-LEE

 

435

194

284087

JACKSON,

Sarah

Tipperary

1790 May 11

JACKSON Names Index 1786-1794

George JACKSON of Fancroft, Co Tipperary & his daughter Sarah JACKSON spinster of 3rd pt.. marriage btw James BENNETT of Gortmullen, Co Tipperary… WITNESS; Robert JACKSON SEE: JACKSONs of Waterford & Cork

 

435

267

285284

OLIVER,

 

1786-1793

KNIGHT-OLIVER

Thomas OLIVER of Bristol

OLIVER, Anne & Husband-COOVE

OLIVER, Thomas

 

435

406

285549

OATES,

 

1786-1793

OATES, Andrew & wife-CLARKE reference seems incorrect [?]

City of Waterford, brazier.

 

435

456

285654

WALLACE

Monaghan

1739-1810

WALLACE to WALLACE  (TI Bk 45) Drumore

x

435

504

285913

JACKSON, William & Richard

Longford

1791 Nov 15

JACKSON - BOND Names Index 1786-1794

Image 564

Btw William JACKSON and Richard JACKSON both of Callouge, Co. Longford of 1 pt & William BOND of Edgeworthtown Longford Esq of the other. Reciting that William JACKSON and Richard JACKSON were possessed in fee farm of the Desmesne lands of Callouge and Windmill Hill which is a subdivision of said lands of Callogue together with the bog and appurtenances in Co. Longford under a fee farm grant made by Robert MONTGOMERY and David FAIRFIELD to Richard and Philip JACKSON both deceased and also of the lands of Moneydarragh dated 23 Jul 1715 …. Vested in William and Richard JACKSON and William BOND had concluded an agreement with the said William & Richard JACKSONs … £600 paid to William and Richard JACKSON for… 78a exclusive of said bog  Grant made… Philip JACKSON deceased… lands of Callough… WITNESSES Hugh KELLY and Samuel JACKSON.

 

435

551

286083

GILMORE

 

1786-1793

KEALLY, Charles-GILLMOR

 

436

316

282494

JACKSON,

Mary Jane

Coleraine

1791 Jun 1

JACKSON - O’NEIL Names Index 1786-1794

Marriage article btw John Hamilton O’HARA of Crebilly  Co Antrim of 1 pt Mary Jane JACKSON daughter of  Rt Hon Richard JACKSON late of Jackson Hall, Londonderry deceased of 2nd pt Rt Hon James O’NEIL of Shanes Castle in Co Antrim & George JACKSON of Jackson Hall Esq. of 3rd pt…. in consid of marriage £2,000 pounds as marriage portion… more detail Henry Hutchison O’HARA late of Crebilly, Co Antrim sq deceased in last will dated 29 May 1759 devised to John Hamilton O’HARA the lands commonly called the Kart Estates in Co Antrim. WITNESSES: Rev Nathaniel ALEXANDER George Richard  GOLDING & John JOHNSTON of Crebilly SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

16d

436

322

282518

IRWIN, Acheson

Drogheda

 

IRWIN-McMILLAN Probably from the 1768 Names Index

Marriage of Catherin WILSON & Acheson IRWIN – not pert

16d

436

345

282555

JACKSON, Edward Rowland

Kilkenny

Kildare

Clare

1791 Jun 4

JACKSON - PONSONBY Names Index 1786-1794

Edward Rowland JACKSON of Castleview Esq…. lands in Kilkenny & Kildare & Clare SEE: JACKSONs of Ahenesk

16d

436

358

282585

McCULLAGH

Down

1786-1793

McCULLOGH Alexander to CLENDINING

Alexander McCULLOCH of Rathgill Co Down made over to Alexander CLENDINGING a field called the Brickfield near town of Newtownards [desc] bounded by Robert M’CULLY’s field

16d

437

437

283378

JACKSON, Robert

Kings

1791 Jun 27

TAYLOR, GEORGE, Cumber, King's Co., farmer. 27 June 1791. Full \Y2 p. 9 July 1791. By deed 20 Nov. 1790 made between me and my second son Geo. Taylor upon his marriage to Eliza Gray, second daughter of Wm. Gray, Bolahue, King's Co., farmer, I conveyed to trustees Thos. Woods, Garbally and Will Crawly, Cloghrow, both in King's Co., one half of the lands of Cumber let to me by lease by Robert Jackson, late of Grange, King's Co., Esq., in trust for my said son George (the other half for my own use). I have heretofore amply provided for my eldest son Wm. Taylor, to him ten shillings and no more. To my son-in-law Jno. Willinan ten shillings and no more. All rest residue etc. to my wife Anne Taylor and my two daughters now unprovided for Jane and Hannah Taylor. Said son Geo. Taylor sole exor. Witnesses: Jno. Neiler (Nailer), Wm. Reilly, Susanna Neiler.

Memorial witnessed by: Jno. Nailer, Cumber, Jno. Griffin, Dublin, agent.

437,437,283378 , Geo. Taylor (seal) SOURCE: Abstracts of Wills Vol III.

 

436

448

282796

JACKSON, John

Cork

1791 Jun 17

JACKSON - GUMBLETON Names Index 1786-1794 Ballygally or Woodbine Hill

NOTE: This is an extraordinary letter – never seen one like it Ending in reference to that on Friday last a storm blew down 3 houses in Toulouse killing three people. Presumably John JACKSON was one of those killed since the letter is a detailed description of his wishes relating to the land. NOTE: SEE: Descendants of: JACKSONs of Ahenesk SEE: Rootsweb tree. SEE: JACKSONs of Waterford & Cork His wife was Mary JACKSON.

16d

436

452

282805

McCULLAGH

 

1786-1793

McCULLOGH William T to BLOOMER

 

436

469

282844

PIPPARD

Dublin

1791 Jun 20

PEPPARD, Patrick, farmer. Blackstown ow Blackweston Co Dublin + Kildare; Thomas CROKER Esq. Of Dublin to Patrick PEPPARD, farmer of Blackweston, Dublin for 41 years nickred

 

437

6

281581

JOHNSTON

Fermanagh

1791 May 20

James JOHNSTON – JOHNSTON  

James JOHNSTON of Snowhill, Co Fermanagh Esq. & William JOHNSTON  Lieutentant in his Majesty’s 3rd Regiment of foot…

 

437

41

281798

BREAKEY

Cavan

Monaghan

1791 May 12

DAWSON-BREAKEY  

Rev William DAWSON of Newfield of 1ts pt & William BREAKEY of Drumskelt of 2nd pt… estate and effects of James BREAKEY of Stewardsbrock, Co Cavan Linen Bleacher. Dealer & ??? a bankrupt…

x

437

66

281913

JACKSON, Joseph

Monaghan

1791 May 16

JACKSON Names Index 1786-1794

 Btw Joseph JACKSON of Allegherin Co Monaghan Gent of 1 pt Hugh JACKSON of Derry?idgen Gent of other pt…. for sum of 460 pounds  transfer lands known as Derrytony & Gola  in parish of Clones … for lives of Joseph JACKSON, Sarah WRIGHT & Hugh JACKSONNOTE: Related to Richard JACKSON (1769-1834) of City of Monaghan. Olivia WRIGHT was wife of Joseph JACKSON.

 

437

87

282008

 

 

1786-1793

LATOUCHE, Peter-SOMMERVILLE

 

437

145

282160

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

 

JACKSON - HENRY Names Index 1786-1794

Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent & Phillip HENRY of City of Dublin… demised part of lands of Fairview parish of  Drumcondra  B Coolock, Co Dublin.. for lives of said Richard JACKSON, Hannah JACKSON his wife and  Elizabeth JACKSON his eldest daughter… more description

 

437

361

283027

JACKSON, Richard & Joseph

Monaghan

1791 June 3

IRWIN-SWANZY & ors

Marriage settlement between Richard JACKSON of the town & Co of Monaghan son to Joseph JACKSON of the said town & Co of Monaghan Merchant of the one part Margaret IRWIN only daughter of [Edward?] IRWIN of Aveheagh in the Co Monaghan widow of the second part. The said Joseph JACKSON of 3rd pt the said [?] IRWIN of Aveleagh of the 4th part. Henry SWANZY of Harrymount, Co Monaghan Esq & William KIDD of Keady Merchant of the 5th part... transfer of goods by Joseph... and lands of Gortmore & Tullygraham in co Monaghan... townlands of Cornebrock, Lisnagrieve & Aughnalough in Co Monaghan... NOTE: Richard JACKSON (1769-1834) of City of Monaghan.

 

437

524

283652

McCULLAGH

 

1791 Jul 21

McCULLOCH William to CALDWELL 1786-1793

William McCULLAGH City of Dublin

 

438

52

281850

JACKSON, Robert

Kings

1782 May 16

JACKSON - BARKER Names Index 1786-1794 1791 May 13

Image 34

BTW Robert JACKSON Esq. of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt]  in Kings Co. of 1 pt & Richard BARKER of Parsonstown, Glazier of 2nd pt. Land in Duke Street  between the New Shambles and the house wherein Edward LOWRY dwelt – 27’ in front & 26’ in rere … with permission to build on part of the wall of the New Shambles next adjoining said plot and also for the eve drop water from said new house to fall unto the back yard of Edward LOWRY …SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

15

438

64

286396

JACKSON, George

Tipperary

1791 Mar 25

ABBOTT-ABBOTT

WITNESS: George JACKSON Knockinglass [Tipperary] Roz McC

lands of Rahinane, Tipperary, formerly leased to Thomas ABBOTT, Esq of Balywilliam, Offally. by said George JACKSON. Sons: Thomas ABBOTT, Samuel ABBOTT & William ABBOTT.

 

438

68

281879

JOHNSTON

Dublin

1790 May 3

William JOHNSTON – BALL   1786-93

William BALL of Drumcondra

Image 42

William JOHNSTON of Forlix Lane City of Dublin of 1 pt & William BALL of Drumcondra City of Dublin of the other pt…. demised the two townlands and gardens in Drumcondra situate on the east by the road leading to Drogheda on the south by the BRIDGES holding on the west by Mr. BAILIE’s field and on the north by the Cabbin in occupation of JOYCE…

15

438

436

283174

OLIVER,

Kildare

1791 Jul 1

OLIVER, John- PHELAN 1786-1793

John OLIVER of Harristown  Co. Kildare, Yeoman of the one pt & George PHELAN of City of Dublin, Gent… John OLIVER demised House & tenement with the yard and shed ..known by the name number 6 then in possession of Charles ALTON.. on the north side of Cole Alley in the Liberties of Thomas and Donore..290 years unexpired in lease

15

438

449

283216

JACKSON,

Strettle

 

 

JACKSON - KING Names Index 1786-1794

17

439

43

284209

JACKSON

Dublin

1790 Mar 1

SEAVER, Mary-JACKSON 1786-1793

Btw Mary SEAVERS of City of Dublin, widow of City of Dublin of one part and James JACKSON of same City Glass and Delfware seller of the other part… earlier JACKSON had released to Mary SEAVER land in her actual possession part of the said lands of Killalown

15

439

156

284450

JACKSON, Edward Rowland

Cork

1791 Jun 11

Edward Rowland JACKSON Esq lease Castleview Cork Dunmore in parish of Kilwartermoy Waterford  nickred SEE: JACKSONs of Ahenesk

 

439

164

284477

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1791 Sept 30

JACKSON - GORDON Names Index 1786-1794

Alexander GORDON of City of  Dublin, Merchant demised to Richard JACKSON of the same City Gent part of the lands of Fairview in the Parish of Drumcondra Barony of Cooloch, Co. Dublin… bordered by a road from North Strand to the houses of Fairview..

15

439

274

440665

 

Armagh

1811-1820

GERVAIS-WILIAMS Ballinahonemore

 

439

471

285276

OLIVER,

Cork

Limerick

1791 Oct 24

OLIVER, Thomas-ROGERS 1786-1793

Thomas OLIVER of the City of Bristol, Kingdom of Great Britain  Esq of 1 pt land in Parish of Charleville, Barony of Orery Kilmore in the several counties of Cork and Limerick…

15

439

541

286339

JACKSON, William

Carlow

1791 Nov 16

JACKSON - CORNWALL Names Index 1786-1794

Image 585

 Btw Thomas GURLEY of Belville, Co. Carlow Esq of 1 pt & William JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent of other pt Reciting deed where Robert CORNWALL of Myshall Lodge Co Carlow Esq demised to Thomas GURLEY who then demised to William JACKSON land fronting the New Quay called Cornwall’s Quay lately built in town of Carlow containing in front to this Quay 35’ and in breadth at the rear 42’  & in depth on west sire 153’ and 3/4s are all part & parcel of land called Castle Hill adjoining the Corporation of Carlow bounded in the front by the Church yard and in the west by John MONTGOMERY Esq holding & on the east partly by Old Barrack Street & partly by  William OATES holding….. for lives of GURLEYs… in trust from said William JACKSON… sum of 430 pounds to be paid…… WITNESS; William MONTGOMERY & James BALL both of City of Dublin. NOTE: Check other CORNWALL where a William JACKSON was a witness.

 

440

43

283612

BRADFORD

Monaghan

1739-1810

BRADFORD-CHAPMAN Book 45 (1739-1810)  Dundrannon

 

x

440

65

283717

JACKSON,

Strettle

 

 

JACKSON - ANDERSON Names Index 1786-1794

17

440

243

284194

DAWSON

 

1786-1793

DAWSON, William-LYONS

 

440

321

284449

JACKSON, Edward Rowland

 

 

JACKSON - CROKER Names Index 1786-1794

17

440

473

284746

BARTLEY

Monaghan

1791 Jun 28

PATTERSON to BARTLEY  Dunraymond & Losset

NAMES: Robert PATTERSON of Gullagh; George BARTLEY of Town of Monaghan; Agnes BARKLEY otherwise WILSON; Francis McCLELLAND; William CLARK; James BARKLEY of Maghery, Derry. OTHER PLACES: Dunraymond; Losset

x

440

508

284815

JACKSON, Richard

Kings

1791 Sep 12

JACKSON Names Index 1786-1794

Deed of Annuity which Richard JACKSON of Millmount [aka Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown], Kings Co. farmer in consid of 30 pounds paid by John JACKSON of City of Dublin, Grocer granted annuity paid out of lands of Millmount [aka Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown]. WITNESS: Colly GRATTAN atty at law. & Robert FULLARD of Edenderry [Edenderry, Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown], Kings Co Innkeeper

NOTE: See also #230659 Richard JACKSON b 1752 married Sarah MOORHEAD SEE: JACKSONs of Ballygibbon

 

441

254

284333

JACKSON, James

Down

Antrim

1791 Jun 20

Image 430  [also in Notes of Crossle]

BTW Alexander ORR of Belfast, Merchant of 1 pt & James JACKSON of Newtownards, Co. Down Surgeon, James KENLLY [?] and Arthur DARLEY both of Belfast Gents of the other pt… Said Alexander ORR devised the flour mill, dwelling situate on the Six Mile Water with a small portion of meadow between the Mill Race belonging [?] and William BELL’s premises together with the watercourse, with liberty for said parties of the 2nd pt… access for watercourse maintenance …. In townland of Leballyclare [ aka Ballyclare and Ballyclare both adjacent and in Parish Grange of Doagh, Barony Antrim Upper] Co. Antrim to hold to James JACKSON, James KENLEY & Arthur DARLEY … Alexander ORR to to William ROGERS … Alexander ORR [SEAL]

See Map of Ballyclare Urban.

 

441

258

284352

IRWIN, Elizabeth

Monaghan

1791 Aug 12

IRWIN-JACKSON

Image 432

Btw Elizabeth IRWIN of Avebreagh,, Co Monaghan widow & Richard JACKSON tates of land commonly known as Carnabroch, Aughnalough & Lisnabrick.together with turf bog...  WITNESS: Robert RO??? Co. Monaghan Apothecary & Margaret HENRY daughter of Alexander HENRY late of Knockrea Co. Monaghan deceased. Richard JACKSON [SEAL] NOTE: Richard JACKSON (1769-1834) of City of Monaghan. Elizabeth IRWIN (SWANZY) was Richard JACKSON’s mother-in-law (his wife was Margaret IRWIN. Margaret HENRY (1774-1846) was the wife of Samuel BRADFORD and daughter of Alexander HENRY & Mary SWANZY.

 

441

307

284486

JACKSON, John

Down

Belfast

1791 Jul 7

KYLE, Thomas-JACKSON  Ballygrany

Image 455

Btw Thomas KYLE of Belfast  Shopkeeper & John JACKSON of Ballygrany, Co Down farmer. Reciting deed 5 Nov 1788 btw John KYLE of Belfast Co Antrim Mariner of 1 pt & said Thomas KYLE for £300 lands on North of Castle St, Belfast... 54 feet (etc same as in #329353)

 

441

311

284493

JACKSON, Richard

Kings

1790 Apr 5

JACKSON - WHYTE Names Index 1786-1794

Image 457

A Memorial of a memorandum, deed, Paul, article or instrument made between Richard JACKSON of Melmount [aka Millmount aka Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown]] Kings Co of the first part and John WHITE of Monasteris [Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown], Kings Co. of the other part. All that part of the new lands of Monasteris [Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown], shown in a map surveyed by[?] In the year of 1750  Viz.  No 5, No 11, No 12, No 13,  No 14, No 15, No 16, No 17, No 19, No 20, No 21, No 22 & No 23 , which number specified in said map contain all that part of said grounds which the said Richard JACKSON demised and set to the said John WHITE which by said map contains 99 acres one Rood and 28 perches to hold to the said John WHITE his heirs and assigns from the 25th day of March 1791 for enduring three lives in said article at the yearly rent therein mentioned with the liberty to the said John White at all times during said term to draw out what hay will grow from time to time that part of the premises specified No 5 through that part of the lands which the said Richard JACKSON holds in his own North of the Tail or Mill race leading to the River and is also agreed by said article … WITNESS: John GREEN & Bryan [NUGENT?] Both of Monasteris [Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown],  Kings Co. labourers, and this Memorial is witnessed by the said Bryan [NUGENT?] and John GREEN of the city of Dublin, gent. John WHITE. Seal.

15

441

420

284794

JACKSON,

Martha

Sligo

1785 Jan 24

JACKSON - BLEST Names Index 1786-1794

Image 514

BTW Robert ANDERSON Gent Elizabeth ANDERSON orse BELL his wife of Tully Co. Sligo & Martha JACKSON formerly BELL heir of Thomas BELL late of Town of Sligo Gent of other pt.  Lands of Cloonaghmore next to the [?] quarry on south side of [?] leading from Sligo to Ballydoogan meared on east by road leading from Grand Road to Oakfield to the west by the ditch of William HUDSONs  to the south by a field belonging to James RILEY and to the north by the Grand road eading to Ballydoogan part of lands belonging to Caleb BELL in lease for 3 lives … Thomas BELL deceased … Barony of Carbury, Co. Sligo to hold to Albert BLEST ….

15

441

443

284865

BARTLEY

Monaghan

1791 Sep 14

BARKLY to BARTLY  1739-1810 (TI Bk 45)

Image 525

NAMES: William BARTLEY of Lossett; Hugh BARTLEY of Losset; George BARTLEY of Losset; Hugh FRAZIER; John ANDERSON; John RUTHERFORD. OTHER PLACES: Killn; Millfields.

x

441

443

284866

BARTLEY

Monaghan

1791 Sep 21

Bartly to Bartly 1739-1810 (TI Bk 45) Losset

Image 525

NAMES: William BARTLEY of Losset; John BARTLEY of Losset; George BARTLEY of Losset; Hugh FRAZIER of Town of Monaghan; John COSSGRAVE of Town of Monaghan; John RUTHERFORD.

 

441

472

285074

COULTER

Drogheda

Louth

Dublin

Meath

1790 Sep 2

COULTER, George-DICKENS 1786-1793

COULTER, John-DICKINSON

Image 540

John COULTER & George COULTER of Town of Drogheda, merchants of 1 pt. & Joseph DICKINSON William DICKINSON & Daniel DICKINSON of the other pt. Reciting 14 Jan 1784 Rev John ECHLIN of Baldwinstown Co. Dublin Vicar of [?]  demised to John COULTER the dwelling house formerly inhabited by the late Rev. John ECHLIN Clerke together with outhouses on south side of James St. in Co of Town of Drogheda for 61 years … Reciting indenture 24 Nov 1785 Thomas WYNNE & Francis BARRILL demised to John COULTER and George COULTER part of the land of Proudfootstown Co. Meath for lives at yearly rent £75 25 Nov 1780 Francis PEPPERD and Mary his wife and Frederick PEPPARD demised to John COULTER 2 houses or tenements or backsides formerly demised to Thomas MARSDON wig maker on East side of [Shep?] Street Drogheda for 200 years  for 18s 4p … then granted to Joseph DICKINSON William DICKINSON & Daniel DICKINSON … WITNESS: William CODD & Thomas WYHLY both of City of Dublin Gent. John COULTER [SEAL] George COULTER [SEAL]

15

442

26

285783

JACKSON, William Marcus

Clare

1791 Jan 12

JACKSON - MAHON Names Index 1786-1794

 

442

406

287785

SEAWRIGHT

Londonderry

1792 Feb 11

SEAWRIGHT, Martha-SEAWRIGHT

Martha & Janes SEAWRIGHT sisters of Ballynacombe, nephew Andrew SEAWRIGHT son of their brother Martin SEAWRIGHT

16d

443

88

285114

COULTER

Tyrone

1791 Oct 15

COULTER, David-Mr. LORIMAN

David COULTER of Dungannon C Tyrone

16d

443

107

285140

JACKSON, Thomas

Wicklow

Dublin

1791 Oct 15

JACKSON - MURPHY Names Index 1786-1794

Image 349

Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent demised to John MURPHY of Spinians Co Wicklow, farmer … 21 acres of lands of Spinians then in tenancy of John MURPHY in Co. Wicklow excepting and reserving all timber and other trees Quarries and Royalties … for 31 years. WITNESS: Lewis WARD, Benjamin Nunn STEPHENS of City of Dublin Gents clerks to George CULLEN of City of Dublin Gent. Thomas JACKSON [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass.

 

·  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

443

395

286556

McCULLAGH

Down

1791 Sep 14

McCULLOCH James to LESLIE

James McCULLAGH of Melisile Parish Donaghadee Co Down

16d

443

402

286583

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1791 Dec 9

JACKSON - SMART Names Index 1786-1794

Richard JACKSON of North Strand Gent City of Dublin of 1 pt [descry of property]

16d

443

448

286785

 

Wicklow

1786-1793

KANE, Joseph-JENKINS

 

444

66

286483

JACKSON, George & John

Waterford

1791 Dec 6

JACKSON - FELL Names Index 1786-1794

John JACKSON Capt in Majesties Regiment of Foot George JACKSON of Glanbeg Co Waterford Esq Commissioner at Law &  Henry WALLIS the younger of Grange in the Liberty of the City of Waterford Esq… re admin of will of Mary HALLS late of Tallow Co Waterford by Mary WALKER spinster. SEE: JACKSONs of Waterford & Cork NOTE: John JACKSON died at Toulouse, France in 1791.

16d

444

120

287584

JACKSON, John

Antrim

Down

1792 Jan 27

BTW Archibald BANKHEAD of Belfast druggist of 1 pt & John JACKSON the younger of Knocknagony, Co. Down Gent of the other… parcel of ground on north side of North Street Belfast containing 41 feet 6 inches by 113 feet deep… WITNESS: John JACKSON senior of Knocknagony & Patrick CONNOR of Belfast Gent

 

444

232

288236

JACKSON

Queens

1792 feb 23

TRACY-JACKSON Bk 16 Mountmellick

Nathaniel JACKSON surviving executor of Richard JACKSON SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

16d

444

336

388839

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1792 Mar 10

ROTHWELL Names Index 1786-1794

 Btw Ambrose MOORE of City of Dublin Watchmaker & William JACKSON of City of Dublin Hosier…. Dwelling house on North Side of Skinner Row City of Dublin bounded on North by Houses in Christ Church yard on the south by Skinner Row

16d

445

17

285460

JACKSON, Charles & wife

Kilkenny

1788 Jun 21

JACKSON - ELLIOT Names Index 1786-1794

Image 318

Charles JACKSON of Curlody [aka Corluddy, Parish of Portnascully], Co. Kilkenny Esq. of 1st pt; Anne JACKSON otherwise BUSHILL, his wife of 2nd pt; Richard ELLIOT of South Lodge, Co. Kilkenny Esq. & James PARSONS of Redmonstown Co. Kilkenny Esq. of 3rd  pt in consid of a marriage  & in consid of sum of 250 pounds  & also other considerations  granted to Richard ELLIOT and James PARSONS lands of Portnascully upper & lower Corlody Portnahally & Dungoly for term of 500 years in trust then to the use of the 1st son of Charles JACKSON and Ann his present wife. WITNESS: Samuel HAYMAN Not Pub & Bernard MARKHAM Gent both of Clonmell, Co, Tipperary & John SQUIBB of Foxesdenn, Co. Kilkenny. Mem WITNESS: John SQUIBB & John BUSHELL of Ballyvaughan Co. Kilkenny. Richard ELLIOT. SEAL. NOTE: See also 257-441- 169096 to possibly connect this to JACKSONs of Wicklow & Kildare. Another memorial places Corloddy in Tipperary – but that is in error..

 

445

185

285970

JACKSON,

Jane

Antrim

1791 Nov 16

JACKSON - MOORE Names Index 1786-1794

Jane JACKSON otherwise HUSTON of Larne, Barony Glenarm, Co Antrim of one pt & Thomas MOORE of Larne of the other part… she demised lands in the New Town of Larne, the front house in possession of Con O’NEIL, another in possession of John WHITE weaver, one in possession of Jane GAULT

15

445

313

286821

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1791 Dec 3

McCULLOUGH John & Wife to McCULLOGH 1786-1793

Deed of Sale between John M’CULLOUGH & Agnes McCULLOUGH wife of sd John McCULLOUGH of townland of Ballyrobin parish of Killead, Co. Antrim of the 1 pt. Sold land house & premises that they now enjoy in townland of Ballyrobin to David McCULLOUGH of Lisburn, & Co. Antrim afsd [sic] It seems the couple had it as a marriage dowry.

 

445

332

286881

JACKSON, Margaret & Robert

Armagh

1791 Apr 2

JACKSON - Deed of conveyance btw Margt JOHNSTON of Mullaghbrack in City of Armagh, spinster of the one part & Robert JACKSON of Woodvale, Co Armagh Esq of the other.... recited... part of town and lands of Mullabrack. Witnessed by Margueretta JACKSON of Aughnacloy & Robert BURKE of  Mecantum both in Co Armagh

 

445

334

286880

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1790 Dec 6

WILLSON-JACKSON Tullybroan

WATSON-JACKSON1739-1810

Btw Robert WILLSON of Ballymalone [Ballynahone?], Parish & Co Armagh Gent & Robert JACKSON of Woodvale, Co Armagh Esq of the other part... for consid trans part of townland of Tullybrone, Parish & co Armagh, granted to Robert WILSON father of said Robert WILLSON by Wm McGOUGH of Armagh Esq.. Witnesses incl Wm Nicholl & Robt NICHOLL both of Armagh, City of Armagh, Gent & Memorial witnessed by Wm NICHOLL & Hugh MOSSON of Armagh, Gent.

 

445

334

286881

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1797 Dec 8

JACKSON - Deed of Conveyance betw. Wm WALLACE & Joseph WALLACE of Mullaghbrack, co Armagh farmer of the one part & Robert JACKSON of Woodvale Co Armagh of the other part... for 35 shilling WALLACEs sold part of Mullaghbrack, Parish of Mullaghbrack, Co Armagh which they purchased from their father John WALLACE.

 

445

335

286882

Jackson, Robert & Marguetta

Armagh

1798 Dec 23

Margaret JOHNSTON – JACKSON

Margaret JOHNSTON of Mullaghbrack, Co Armagh spinster to Robert JACKSON of Woodvale Co Armagh Esq…. released to JACKSON part of lands of Mullaghbrack. WITNESSED Margaretta JACKSON of Aughnacloy….

 

445

335

286882

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1791 Dec 23

JOHNSTON Names Index 1786-1794

Btw Margaret JOHNSTON of Mullaghbrack Co. Armagh Spinster of the one pt & Robert JACKSON of Woodvale Co. Armagh Esq. of the other pt… part of the lands of Mullaghbrack, Co. Armagh held under Robert JOHNSTON… Witnessed by Margueretta JOHNSTON [should this be JACKSON?] of Aughnacloy & Robert BURKE, both in Co. Armagh

15

445

350

286920

SEAVER

Armagh & Dublin

1791 Jul 9

SEAVER, Bridget-SEAVER 1786-1793

Tripartite indenture btw Sackville Hatch LOVETT of City of Dublin Esq/ of 1st part; Bridget SEAVER of Heath Hall co Armagh of 2nd part& Jonathon SEAVER of Heath Hall, brother of Bridget.... marriage intended Bridget SEAVER & Sackville Hatch LOVETT

 

445

366

286956

JACKSON, Micajuah

Tipperary

1791 Sep 21

PERRY, WILLIAM, Woodroffe, Co. Tipperary, Esq.

21 Sept. 1791. Narrate 5 pp. 29 Dec. 1791.

Sixty pounds to be spent in clothing for such of his poor tenants or their families as his exors. should think fit. To his eldest son Saml. Perry and his heirs his inheritance in the lands of Grange Mockler, Clashanatior, Mullaghnony, Kylebalenemony, Corles and Killmurry then called Woodroffe, purchased by his grandfather from Sir Wm. Meredith, Bart., his lands in Kilmolash, Co. Tipperary, his fee farm in lands of Carraconeen and Grange Robin, said county, held under family of late Ambrose Power, Esq., his estate in lands of Black Castle and Curranstown, Co. Tipperary, which descended to him from his father Saml. Perry, and his interest in lands adjoining the town of Clonmell. To his second son John Perry the lands of New Castle and Rossmore held under Sir Thomas Osborne subject to a charge of £6,000, with the money lodged to purchased his Troop, should it not be effected before his decease. The lands of Ardlaman, Clonpett, Co. Tipperary, which he purchased from Stephen Creagh Butler, Esq, charged with £10,000 with interest thereon at 5% per annum to his wife. To his daughter Phebe Ann Perry £4,000 charged on same lands, and subsequently to his son Wm. Perry. To his sons Rd. Perry, Arthur Perry and Micujah Perry legacies when they attain the age of twenty five years as well as his daughter Dorcas Perry. His silver, linen, except his large silver bowl etc, to his wife. To his brother Richard Perry and his heirs his interest in the lands of Knockanody, Co. Tipperary, or £4,000. His sister Dorcas Warren. His sister Elizh. Kiddall. Fifty pounds in addition to the £100 left by his late uncle to the poor of Clonmell and to consult Mr Phineas Riall. Trustees his brother Rd. Perry, his brother-in-law John Peddar and his son Saml. Perry to administer lands of Graige Kill, Shanbally, Ballyglassenbeg held under lease for lives under George Agar Esq., which said Wm. purchased from John Grinsell, his lands of Killerk held under lease from Wm. Barton, Esq., purchased from Edwd. Cooke, his interest in the lands of Jamestown, Co. Tipperary. The lands of Lisnamucky purchased from Sir Thomas Osborne, Bart., to be sold to pay the several legacies. He released his said brother Rd. Perry from any demand for quit rent paid or to be paid by him at the time of his death. Exors. and guardians his said wife, his brother Rd. Perry, his said brother-in-law John Peddar and his said son Saml. Perry. By a codicil of equal date he charged that his wife have the £10,000 absolutely, instead of a charge on the lands. By codicil of 4 Oct. 1791 Mr Phineas Bagnell, his cousins Richard, Edwd. and Rebecca Cleburne, Mrs. Vize, Mrs. Cathe. Jackson, widow of Micujah Jackson, his butler Richd. Wright, his steward Jas. Slaitor, his postillion Philip English, his brothrs-in-law John and Arthur Peddar and Mr Phineas Riall of Clonmell all receive small legacies. Witnesses to will and first codicil: Marcus Lynch, merchant, Wm. Patten, gent, and Wm. Jones, Esq., notary public, all of city of Cork. Memorial witnessed by: Wm. Patten and Wm. Jones, notary public.

445,366,286956 Saml. Perry

NOTE: Micajah JACKSON was the husband of Catherin HARE. He was the son of Rev. William JACKSON (d abt 1734) of Cork and Anne PERRY. Their Daughter Temperence JACKSON was the wife of Joseph VIZE.

SEE: ROD189-507-126386

 

445

388

287028

 

Dublin

1791 Dec 11

FORDE-LATOUCHE Aughavilly

John FORDE of City of Dublin Esq. Sold to Peter LaTOUCHE various lands including Aughavilly  cont abt 304 acres for lives of Acheson IRWIN, Richard IRWIN, & Wm IRWIN. Witness inc. Robert FORD of  Johnstown, Co. Meath Esq.& Denis O’BRIEN City of Dublin Esq.

 

445

453

287334

COULTER

Tyrone

Armagh

1791 Nov 14

COULTER, David-GERAGHTY 1786-1793

David COULTER of Dungannon in Co Tyrone, merchant of the one part & Thomas Richard GERAGHTY of Dungannon, Linen Merchant... lives of David COULTER son of said David COULTER, Hugh WATSON son of Robert WATSON of Castle Caulfield son of John WATSON of Portadown, Co. Armagh... witness Andrew VANCE of Dungannen, merchant & Andrew GERAGHTY of sd town, Linen Draper.

 

445

499

287824

JACKSON, James

Kings

1792 Feb 9

JACKSON Names Index 1786-1794

Image 567

James JACKSON of Birr, [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co & Eugenia JACKSON widow and relict of Robert JACKSON late of Grange, Kings Co Esq deceased… plot of land in the Green of Birr where James JACKSON had built a dwelling House & stables in as large and ample a manner as the said James JACKSON then held and enjoyed bounded  on the North by the said James JACKSON building on the east with the Glebe on the south with Nathaniel HOLBANKs building and on the west with the Duke St site in town of Birr Barony of Ballybritt,  Kings Co. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

 

446

87

287603

JACKSON

Antrim

1792 Jan 31

HOLMES-HOLMEs

Wm HOLMES of Antrim Co Antrim Merchant of the 1 pt & Robert HOLMES of Belfast merchant of the other .. reciting whereby .. lands of Hollywell cont abt 50 acres of land bounded in part by the road leading from Antrim to Ballmenagh… and on the south by a farm at the Steeple formerly Peter JACKSONs and on the north by a brook… and also all that park called the Whin Park by est 35 acres.. more descry… for the lives of Miss JACKSON of Ballymena and George JACKSON son of Peter JACKSON late of Steeple SEE: JACKSONS of Steeple Peter JACKSON (1740-1792). NOTE: His relation Jackson CLARK is mentioned in the probate of his will. This means that he cannot be the Jackson CLARKE (1695-1756) already noted in my Rootsweb Tree, but may be a son of his. It is also possible that Peter JACKSON’s wife Ann was a CLARKE.

15

446

88

287609

JACKSON, Catherine

Antrim

1791 Oct 31

JACKSON - HOLMES Names Index 1786-1794

Reciting deed May 25, 1773 Btw Thomas JACKSON the younger of the town and County of Antrim demised unto Luke JACKSON late of Lisnagill, Co. Antrim all that place or parcel of land called Hollywell cont 52a English measure town & Parish of Co Antrim to hold to the said Luke JACKSON. The said Luke JACKSON had since died and administration granted to Catherine JACKSON widow relict and adminstrix of Luke JACKSON late of Lisnagall to William HOLMES his executor for 21 years SEE: JACKSONS of Steeple NOTE: I do not know where Lisnagill is. Possibly Loughguile, 8 miles east of Ballymoney. I suspect this Luke JACKSON was the Luke JACKSON who was a son of George JACKSON & Armanella DAVIES.

15

446

146

288437

JACKSON, Thomas

Wicklow

1792 Mar 3

JACKSON - GREENE Names Index 1786-1794

Thomas JACKSON of Collierstown, Co. Dublin but now of the City of Dublin Gent of the 2nd pt… in 1740 land was set to James JACKSON then late of Eadestown but then of Spinians Co. Wicklow, farmer all that part of the town of Spinians then in possession of James JACKSON in occupation of  Thomas SHERLOCK… 111a… to Thomas JACKSON son of James JACKSON… renewal granted to Thomas JACKSON in 1783… and then to Thomas GREEN. SEE: JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass.

15

446

152

285633

PUREFOY William & Dorothea

 

1792 Mar 5

BOUSEFIELD

Image 86

BTW William PUREFOY of City of Cork Esq & Dorothy PUROFOY eldest daughter of William PUREFOY of 1st pt. Rev John LOMBARD of [?] Co. Cork Clerk of 2nd pt & Ben BOUSFIELD of Laklands in South Liberties of City of Cork Esq. & John NEWMAN of Dromore Co. Cork Esq. Marriage to be had btw Dorothy PUREFOY & John LOMBARD. …

 

446

303

289601

JACKSON, Robert

Kings

1792 Apr 19

Image 163

BTW Richard BARKER of Birr, [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co. Glazier of 1 pt & Thomas BANKO [BANKS?] of Birr Innholder of the other pt. Reciting lease for plot in Duke St, Birr, part of the Shamble holding btw James MASON’s house and the plot in possession of Thomas BANKO containing in front 19’ and from front to rere 8’ together with the plott at the rere of two houses in possession of Robert ROWAN [?] and Thomas LEE containing 25’ by 13’ with appurts reserved to Richard BARKER a passage next James MEAR’s house to the rere of his own dwelling house which were formerly demised by Sir William PARSONS Bt. To Robert JACKSON Esq. … WITNESS: James JACKSON and Wetherlock HOBART both of Birr, Kings Co. Esq.

 

446

306

289615

JACKSON, Charles

Tipperary

1790 Nov 26

JACKSON - LUCAS Names Index 1786-1794

Image 165

Btw Charles JACKSON of Colacaple Co. Tipperary Esq. of 1 pt & John LUCAS Richard KENNY and Martin KENNY of Curloddy Co. Tipperary [NOTE: ROD 445-17-285460 has this townland in Co. Kilkenny – the clerk likely made an error because later in this memorial the townland is back in Kilkenny] John LUCAS Richard KENNY and Martin KENNY were tenants at Corloddy

Memorial: 1792 Apr 27

15

446

420

290520

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1795 May 1

JACKSON - EDWARDS Names Index 1786-1794

Image 215

Hard to read online – faint ink.

Luke DUFF land in Parish of St. Thomas back of Tuckers Row… Mary Alley See also ROD 447-387-290521

15

447

9

285643

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1791 Aug 2

JACKSON-VALLENS Names Index 1786-1794

Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin, Stationer of 1st pt & Wm VALLENS of King St, City of Dublin Gent shop back office and first floor at 23 Parliament... for the business of his circulating library and stationary business

 

447

187

290000

JACKSON, Luke Richard

Dublin

1792 May 5

JACKSON-BAYLES Names Index 1786-1794

Luke Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin, Engraver to Agnes BAYLES spinster land lately in possession of John PRICE ...Strand to Montgomery St. Situated on North Strand, City of Dublin.

!!

447

266

290167

 

Monaghan

1773 Dec 29

WILSON-GROVES Book 45 (1739-1810)

Btw Andrew WILSON of Corfad , Parish of Tullycorbett, Co Monaghan & William GROVES of Derryvalley of sd parish 4 acres devised for said lives of him sd Andrew WILSON, Charles WILSON of Newbliss & Andrew WILSON son to James WILSON of Dunrimond

 

447

386

29518

JACKSON, Erasmus

Queens

1792 May 24

Marquis of Mountmellick – JACKSON. Bk 16 1739-

Marquis of Drogheda-JACKSON Mountmellick

[Queens Co. book 16] 1792 May 24 The most Noble Charles Marquis of Drogheda let to Erasmus JACKSON of Mt. Melluck, Queens Co. March house in market square in town of Mt. Mellick [descry] witness incl Nathaniel JACKSON of Mt. Mellick. Jr. Clerk. SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

 

447

386

29519

JACKSON, Nathaniel

Queens

1791 Mar 4

Marquis of Drogheda-JACKSON Mountmellick

4 Mar 1791 Marquis of Drogheda- Nathaniel JACKSON of Mt. Mellick Queens Co., land in town of Mt. Mellick for lives of Nathaniel JACKSON & Erasmus JACKSON, brothers. Witness incl Erasmus JACKSON of Mt. Mellick, merchant. SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

 

447

387

290521

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1792 May 24

DUFFE Names Index 1786-1794

Btw John EDWARDS of City of Dublin Shoemaker son & devisee of Samuel EDWARDS late of City of Dublin Cabinet maker deceased & John JACKSON of City of Dublin grocer & Thomas O’BRIEN City of Dublin Undertaker executors of will of Samuel EDWARDS of the 1 pt & Luke DUFF of City of Dublin Merchant of the other pt in consid of £150. made over to Luke DUFF land & dwelling house on east side of Drogheda St in Lordship of St Mary’s Abbey, City of Dublin commonly known by the name Black Lyon & Punch Bowl [more descry]

16d

447

441

290610

JACKSON,

Mary

McCULLAGH

Down

1792 May 30

RANKIN Names Index 1786-1794

McCULLOGH James to RANKIN 1786-1793

Btw James McCULLOGH of Knocknagney farmer and Mary McCULLOGH als BARBER als JACKSON his wife of 1st pt. sold to RANKIN pt of Knocknagony late in occupation of James McCULLOGH & Mary his wife WITNESS: John JACKSON and Robert JACKSON both farmers of Knocknagoney.

16d

447

492

290703

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1792 Jun 1

JACKSON - SCOTT Names Index 1786-1794

Richard JACKSON of North Strand City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt. Wm SCOTT of Abbot St City of Dublin carpenter of the other. Demised  the two new houses  in front to the North Strand leading from the new custom house to Ballybough bridge 40’X40’ with horse stable fronting Montgomery St [more descry] SEE: (possibly)  JACKSONs of Coleraine

16d

448

109

286556

McCULLAGH

 

1786-1793

McCULLOGH Alexander to CLENDINING

 

448

121

286599

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1791 Dec 10

JACKSON - BOLTON Names Index 1786-1794

Btw Henry JACKSON of City of Dublin, Merchant of 1 pt & Richard BOLTON of City Esq of the other pt. Warehouses and premises in Crampton Court, Dublin wherein the Brokers office was then kept… other lands incl coffee house called The Exchange “the Coffee House with a Crane and other good improvements” fronting on Sycamore Alley…. More description – lengthy lease… Probably JACKSONs of Lisnaboe

15

448

252

287169

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1786-1793

McCULLOCH William to JOHNSTON

William M’CULLOCH of Killmore Co Dublin

15

448

350

287560

JACKSON, Lucas Hunt

Wicklow

1792 Jan 8

Image 185

Edward Earl of Aldborough and Upper Ormond West Amiens and Baron Bellinglass of Belan Co. Kildare [Edward STRATFORD] set to Lucas Hunt JACKSON of Baltinglass Co. Wicklow the House Garden and Cabbin in Town of Baltinglass late in possession of Lucas JACKSON Gent deceased and his undertenants containing 5a 2r for lives of Lucas Hunt JACKSON William Jacob JACKSON and Dorothy [DROUGHT? - daughter of John DROUGHT then late of Plunketstown, Co. Kildare]. Witness William Jacob JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent [SEAL] Lucas Hunt JACKSON [SEAL]

 

448

539

288866

LEE

 

1786-1793

LEE, John-WALSH

 

449

131

287657

JACKSON,

Lucas

Wicklow

1780 Sep 22

JACKSON - CONNOR Names Index 1786-1794

Between Lucas JACKSON of Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow Gent of 1 pt & [Patrick CONNER?] Dealer of Baltinglass of the other pt. JACKSON demised land opposite the Fair Green of Baltinglass from corner of the wall by said Jane PITT in Baltinglass to Patrick BYRNEs house containing in the front from the corner to Lucas JACKSONs stable 63’ in length 40’ and in breadth in rear 63’ in Town of Baltinglass, Barony Talbott Co Wicklow yearly rent of 3 pounds 5s WITNESS: Patrick RYAN & Edward FISHER of City of Dublin Attorney. NOTE: Wicklow Probates suggest a link with the JACKSONs of Spinians. SEE: JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass.

 

449

229

187885

BROWNE

Monaghan

1792 Jan 17

 

BROWNE to BROWNE1810 Annabrock (TI Bk 45)

Image 411

Btw John BROWNE of Corlayhart Co. Monaghan Gent & Edward BROWNE of same place Gent… for 800 pounds granted to Edward BROWNE lands of Annabrack, Co. Monaghan

 

449

319

284852

 

 

1739-1810

BRIEN-BRIEN Tattykeele

 

450

83

289426

JACKSON,

Joshua

Wicklow

1792 Apr 21

JONES Names Index 1786-1794

Image 50

Indentured deed btw Joseph JACKSON of Spinians Co Wicklow famer son of Jacob JACKSON late of Spinians farmer deceased of the 1st pt Mary TUDOR of City of Dublin spinster of the City of Dublin 2nd pt & Robert JONES Gent and William GRUMLEY both of City of Dublin of 3rd pt. Reciting indenture 17 March 1753 btw Rev Richard BALDWIN Doc in Divinity and provost of Trinity College near Dublin demised to said Jacob JACKSON part of the town and lands of Spinians then in the possession of the said Jacob Jacob JACKSON [NOTE: it was recorded as: “Jacob Jacob”] in as full and ample a manner as he then held situate in Barony Tabotstown Co. Wicklow … for lives of Jacob JACKSON, Thomas JACKSON eldest son of  Jacob JACKSON & James JACKSON 2nd son, … after the decease of Jacob JACKSON, Thomas JACKSON & James JACKSON, then … to hold for term of 41 years  after the decease of Jacob Jacob JACKSON, Thomas JACKSON & James JACKSON at yearly rent of £50 and reciting that Jacob JACKSON deceased, he devised to his son Thomas JACKSON 1/4th of the lands in Spinians and the other 3/4th prts to  sons Joseph & John JACKSON and reciting that a marriage btw Joseph JACKSON & Mary TUDOR anticipated… on consid £340 to said Joseph JACKSON pd by Mary TUDOR and of a house and premises on the south side of Fade Street in City of Dublin to which Joseph JACKSON on his marriage with said Mary TUDOR became entitled and with other considerations Joseph JACKSON confirmed to Robert JONES & William GRUMLEY the aforesaid part of lands of Spinians devised to Joseph JACKSON by the will of Jacob JACKSON in Barony Talbotstown Co. Wicklow and also townlands of Ballintrusbegg [Ballintruer Beg? Parish Donaghmore, Barony Upper Talbotstown] Co. Wicklow containing 26a with buildings etc  and bound on the west by the road leading from Baltinglass to Dublin and on the east by the lands then late in possession of Abraham CRITCHLY on the south uplands than late in possession of Charles COOPER * on the North by the road leading from Ballyhubbock to Baltinglass and on the south with lands in possession of Anthony DEMPSY for lives of Thomas & James JACKSON. … WITNESS: J[?] CONOLLY of City of Dublin China Merchant.

SEE: JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass.

 

450

261

291310

McCULLAGH, James

Dublin

1792 Jun 15

McCULLOGH James to HENRY

James McCULLAGH of Mary St City of Dublin Stucco plasterer of 1st pt… demised land on west side of Gardiners St cont  in front 110’

16d

450

277

291351

JOHNSTON, James & Mary

Leitrim

1792 Jan 27

James JOHNSTON & Mary JOHNSTON Marr arts

James JOHNSTON of Oakfield Co Leitrim and his daughter Mary JOHNSTON of the 1 pt to marry William CARSON of Balyshannon Co Donegal son of  Elizabeth CARSON

16d

450

327

291533

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1786-1793

McCULLOCH William & ors to GRIER

Merchant of Dublin

 

450

330

291534

McCULLAGH

 

1786-1793

McCULLOCH William & ors to GRIER

 

450

462

292038

BROWNE, John

Monaghan

1792 Jul 26

BROWNE to Lord CLONMELL (TI Bk 45) Aghamallett

John BROWN of Mount Brown Co Louth… lands of Drumconnor… & Aughnallen Co Monaghan

16d

450

463

292041

JACKSON, James

Kings

1792 Jul 26

GREENSHEILDS Names Index 1786-1794

Image 243

BTW James JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt] of 1 pt & William GREENSHIELDS of Barriskane Co. Tipperary Gent of other pt. , demised dwelling house etc [described] in Tipperary. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

16d

450

571

292343

 

Monaghan

1792 Jan 25

SCOTT, Thomas-CURLY NOTES in 2009 diary. 1786-1793

Deed of discharge between Robert ANDERSON Town & Co. Monaghan of 1st part & Terrence CURLEY of Aghnamulla, Co. Monaghan 2nd part & John ANDERSON of Cullentragh Co. Armagh & Thomas SCOTT of Sheagh, Co. Monaghan of 3rd part ... re: Coles St. On the side next the Lough in the Town & Co. Monaghan. WITNESS: Edward KELLY, Merchant; John REILLY, Gent & James LECKY, Gent all of Town & Co. Monaghan.

 

451

164

289438

JACKSON, Charles

Tipperary

1792 Apr 23

NEWPORT Names Index 1786-1794

Charles JACKSON of Heath view, Co Tipperary Esq of 1 pt  demised lands of  Portnescally Upper and Lower Corloddy Portuaholly and Dungolly in Barony of Iverk Co Kilkenny to  Sir John NEWPORT Bart.

16d

451

194

289568

DAWSON

Londonderry

1786-1793

LEE, Eleanore-DAWSON

 

451

378

29596

LEE

 

1786-1793

LEE, John – WELSH Wrong #

 

451

493

290455

JACKSON, Samuel

Dublin Down

1792 May 9

DEZOUCHE Names Index 1786-1794

Samuel JACKSON of Mountpleasant Co Down demised to  James De ZOUCHE of City of Dublin Gent dwelling house on the West side of Angier St Dublin then in possession of James DeZOUCHE NOTE: Samuel JACKSON (1737-bef 1818). SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down.

16d

451

554

340182

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1799 Jun 17

McCULLOCH Dorothea to HUTTON

Dorothea Beresford McCULLOCH of Gardiner Place Dublin spinster of 1 pt… lands of Kilmore legally vested in William McCULLOUGH  the younger of the City of Dublin deceased… all granted by Majesty’s Court to Dorothea .. dwelling house of Kilmore  Barony of Coolock, Co Dublin

16d

451

566

340183

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1799 Jul 1

REILLY Names Index 1794-

Henry JACKSON City of Dublin, merchant… demised lands on north side of Hammonds Lane house and backside known by name of Bunch of Keys situated on west side of Church St [Oxmantown?] NOTE: Possibly connected to JACKSONs of Spinians, Co. Wicklow. SEE: JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass. Not likely the Henry JACKSON of Pill Lane in Lisnaboe JACKSONs.

16d

452

13

289439

JACKSON, Charles

Tipperary

1792 Apr 18

NEWPORT Names Index 1786-1794

Image 12 & Image 14

Charles JACKSON of Heathview, Co. Tipperary Esq. for consid covenanted with Sir John NEWPORT Bart… town and lands of Lower Corloddy Portnaholly & Dungolly for term of 999 years

 

452

75

289885

LEE

 

 

LEE, Edward – DOBBYN 1786-1793

 

452

534

292588

OSBORNE

 

1786-1793

SCOTT, James-OSBORNE

 

453

69

289191

OLIVER

Armagh

1792 April 5

SMITH-OLIVER

 

Image 331  

Deed of Assignment March 13, 1792 btw John SMITH of the Town of Armagh being possessed of lands of Breagh, Co. Armagh by virtue of a lease made to him by William BLACKER late of Carrick, Co. Armagh Esq. For the three lives of John SMITH, Charles NUTTLE [?], and John APPLEBY for yearly rent of 8 pounds 14s  & 3 halfpence fees and duties included… in consideration of 130 pounds paid by James OLIVER of the Town of Armagh, Gent made lands of Breagh over to James OLIVER, his heirs Exors and Assigns  for the residue and remainder of the life and lives  named.. WITNESS:. Edward GLASSY of [blank] Co. Monaghan & George FLETCHER of Town of Armagh, Hosier. SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. ArmaghNOTE: There are three townlands named Breagh – in Parishes which are contiguous: Tartaraghan, Drumcree, and Seagoe. There is also a townland called Breaghey in the townland of Tynan. It is the one that is most likely because of adjacent holdings held by the OLIVERs.

o

453

139

289425

COULTER

Drogheda

Louth

1792 Apr 6

COULTER, George & wife-MURRAY 1786-1793

Image 367

BTW George COULTER of Co & Town Drogheda Merchant & Margaret COULTER otherwise MORGAN his wife of 1 pt & Rev. Samuel MURRAY Dr. of Divinity of other pt. Reciting indenture of lease 1 May 1784 btw Edard BURROUGHS of Elmfield Co. Dublin Esq of 1 pt & Margaret MORGAN now the wife of said George COULTER then of Newton in said Co. Spinster of the other pt. Edward BURROUGHS for consideration demised to Margaret MORGAN Dwelling House Stable & Garden on South side of the Avenue or road leading from  the black Rock to Newtown Castle Byan in Co. Dublin lately in possession of [?] BYRNE of the Black Rock for term of 99 years for yearly rent £30 … George COULTER and Margaret his wife for sum of £150 transferred to Samuel MURRAY. WITNESS: Edward MORGAN of Dame St City of Dublin Hosier & George WOODS of Sycamore Alley City of Dublin Gent. George COULTER [SEAL] Margaret COULTER [SEAL]

NOTE: Another MORGAN-COULTER connection: Richard MORGAN husband of Elizabeth COULTER (1758-?0 dau of Thomas COULTER (1709-1769) of Carnbeg Co. Louth & Jane SMALL (1724-1783)

 

453

166

289525

JACKSON, Charles

Tipperary

1792 Apr 23

JACKSON - CAREW Names Index 1786-1794

Image 381

BTW Charles JACKSON of Heathview Co. Tipperary Esq. of 1st pt & Robert Shaplund[?] CAREW of Castleboro City of Wexford Esq. of 2nd pt. & Joseph DILLON of City of Waterford Gent of 3rd pt. For £375 … 6th pt of lands of Portnascully Upper & Lower Curloddy in Barony Iverke Co. Kilkenny. WITNESS: Thomas BACKUS of City of Dublin Esq. & Samuel ROBERTS.

SEE: JACKSONs of Kilkenny. Thomas BACKUS may be a nephew of Charles JACKSON.

 

453

401

294641

COULTER

 

1786-1793

COULTER, John-CHAMNEY

Wrong # - Mem not on that pg. Last mem in Bk 453 was 294638 Not Bk 443 or 462.

 

453

402

286583

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1791 Dec 6

Image 498

BTW Richard JACKSON of North Strand City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt & John STUAR of Bachelors Walk City of Dublin architect of other pt. [description of lot] WITNESS: Thomas WOLFE of City of Dublin Carpenter & John DWYER Clerke to John MOSSE of City of Dublin Gent.

 

453

506

287020

WRAY, Jackson

 

1791 Dec 6

Image 550

BTW Henry WRAY of City of Bath Co. Somerset Great Britain Esq. Lieut. Col of Hon East India Co Service of 1 pt & Jackson WRAY of Bentfield, Kingdom of Ireland but now of City of Bath Esq. of other pt. Henry WRAY to Henry WRAY .. and Jackson WRAY the younger, the said Henry WRAY in consideration of yearly rent sum of £45.10  to be paid to Henry WRAY for natural lives of Jackson WRAY the elder of City of Bath Esq and Leonora his wife .. the Quarter of land of Bentfield otherwise Dowey [possibly Dooey] in Parish Bally [possibly Billy], Barony Cary Co. Antrim to hold to Jackson WRAY the younger … WITNESS: Jackson WRAY the elder of City of Bath Esq & Samuel EWING of City of Bath Gent

NOTE: Jackson WRAY (abt 1715-1793) & Leonora BOYD were parents of Jackson WRAY jr. (bef 1746-at 1791) who married Jane McDANIEL of Belisle, Co. Antrim. The Bath connection is intriguing because of the story of George JACKSON of Urker and his connection to being rejected by a lady from Bath.

 

453

837

292262

BROWNE

Monaghan

1739-1810

ROGERS to BROWNE (TI Bk 45) Drumgaveny

 

454

81

289918

O’LOUGHLAN

Clare

Dublin

1792 Mar 26

O’LOUGHLAN, Alex-McMAHON 1786-1793

Image 46

BTW Alice O’LAUGHLIN of Ennis Co. Clare widow of 1 pt & Terrence McMAHON of City of Dublin Apothocary … land in Town of Enis … Mary O’LAUGHLIN & John O’LAUGHLIN eldest son & daughter of Alice O’LAUGHLIN

 

454

169

290516

JACKSON, Nathaniel

Queens

1792 May 24

Marquis of Drogheda- JACKSON Bk 16 1739-

[Queens Co. book 16] 1792 May 24 Charles Marquis of Droheda let to Nathanial JACKSON of Mountmellick, Merchant. Lot in Main Street of Mountmellick, for lives of Nathaniel JACKSON, Erasmus JACKSON of Mountmellick,, also merchant.  SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

 

454

520

293720

COULTER

Drogheda

1799 Oct 25

Image 260

COULTER, John-DICKENSON 1786-1793

BTW John COULTER of Town of Drogheda, merchant of 1 pt & Joseph DICKINSON William DICKINSON & Daniel DICKINSON of City of Dublin Merchants of other pt. Reciting Indenture 4 Dec 1786 Anne HATHORN of town of Drogheda widow demised to said John COULTER all the old houses on James ST. bounded to the North by James St in Drogheda to the East & South by the Town Wall and West by a holding in possession of John PROUDFOOT then in possession of John COULTER & his undertenants … John COULTER [SEAL] WITNESS William FOSTER Robert D’OLIER

15

454

522

293764

JACKSON, Thomas

Kings

Kildare

Meath

1764  Oct 27

JACKSON Names Index 1786-1794

1764 May 1. Between Anne WHITE Joseph BOARDMAN and Thomas JACKSON executors of the last will and testament of William WHITE late of Harristown, Co. Meath deceased. Of the one part and Isaac JACKSON of Coolegegan [Coolygagan, Clonsast, in the Barony of Coolestown], Kings Co., farmer of the other part… demised to Isaac JACKSON all the lands of Drehilt orwise Drehid as then in possession of said Isaac JACKSON containing by estimation 113 a & 2 roods in Barony of Carberry and Co. Kildare… lives of Joseph KNOTT then of Edenderry [Edenderry, Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown],, Kings County, Wool comber Thomas SMITH the eldest and only son of William SMITH of Athy in Co. Kildare, gent & Joseph BOARDMAN eldest son of Joseph BOARDMAN of Ballygurtain [NOTE: There are 4 townlands named Gurteen – none Ballygurtain] Kings Co., farmer, then aged about 18 years… rent 102 pounds sterling… Deed is witnessed by  Samuel EVES late of Edenderry [Edenderry, Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown], Kings Co since deceased, Joseph CHURCH of  City of Dublin, Merchant, SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

15

455

310

293027

JACKSON, Robert

Dublin

1792 Sep 12

JACKSON - FINCH Names Index 1786-1794

Image 460

Btw Robert JACKSON of Meath St. in Co. Dublin, printer & residuary legatee of Isaac Jackson late of the County of Dublin stationer, deceased & Anne MURLAUGH of Mill St. Co. Dublin  widow & heir at law of William JOHNSON late of Howe Market Co Dublin Clothier of the 1 pt & Mary FINCH of Mill St. Co. Dublin widow of the other  reciting indenture 1 May 1741 Isaac [DEVEREAU?] of City of Dublin Esq. demised to Thomas STEPHENS Dublin Clothier  to hold for lives of James LEESON [Wm?] LEESON & Joseph LEESON  the younger for yearly rent of 30 pounds……. John COOKE eldest son of Richard COOK of Dublin replaced Joseph LEESON sr…. confirmed to Mary FINCH in her actual possession  the 4 houses & tenements  and backsides gradens & yards & also one other house or tenement  built over the Mill Stream falling down towards the Double Mills in Donore bounded on the north by the front of Mill Street orse Tanners Row; eastwards and partly south to holding of Benjamin MAY Gent or his undertenants [?] by the stream  and part of Arthur EMERSONs holding in  Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore and all the estate and interest of Robert JACKSON  & Ann MERLAUGH to hold to Mary FINCH for lives… SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs and SEE: JACKSONs of Pimlicoepossibly a link.

 

455

435

293539

JACKSON, Nathaniel

Queens

1792 July 6

Marquis of Mountmellick – JACKSON.

6 July 1792 Marquis of Mountmellick demised to Nat. JACKSON jr. of Mt. Mellick, Queens Co. Witness Nat JACKSON elder of Mt. Mellick, merchant. SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

 

455

435

293541

JACKSON

Queens

1792 July 16

Marquis of Drogheda-JACKSON Bk 16

To Nathaniel JACKSON of Mountmellick. SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

15

455

459

293655

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1792 Oct 19

JACKSON - SMART Names Index 1786-1794

Indenture of a lease btw Richard JACKSON of the North Strand in the City of Dublin Gent of the one part and John SMART of the City of Dublin architect of the other part.. for 20 pounds the land in the Strand containing in front of said North Strand 60 feet and in depth to a stable lane at the rere about 48 feet bounded  on the south by land belonging to [Hallam?] and on the North by a stablelane, also the loft on parcel of ground in the stable lane at the rere [unsure about meaning of a reference to Bachelors Lane]

15

456

123

291311

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1792 Jun 26

McCULLOGH James to HENRY

 James McCULLOUGH of Mary St., City of Dublin stucco plasterer demised plot of land on North side of Mountjoy Sq cont in front to Square  46’… on an adjunct lot, land also owned by James McCULLOUGH on which 2 houses were being built

16d

456

176

291436

JACKSON, Thomas

Limerick

1792 Jun 30

JACKSON - CONNOLLY Names Index 1786-1794

Thomas JACKSON of Fanningstown Co Limerick Esq. SEE: JACKSONs of Duddingham & Limerick.

16d

456

436

293495

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1739-1810

JACKSON - YOUNG Names Index 1786-1794

William JACKSON of Fort William Co Londonderry Gent of 1st pt. set to Wm YOUNG 2/3rd pts of Cavenreagh & being part of 6  Church land towns of Ballynascreen for term of 7 years. SEE: JACKSONS of Tobermore.

Q

457

129

297321

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1793 Apr 3

JACKSON - DUNN Names Index 1786-1794

Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin engraver and printer of the 1pt … demised land together with the Coach House and Stable in the Royal Canal and North Strand in City of Dublin … fronts the new intended street called Phillips Row 395 feet In breadth on the north side and 130 feet on the south side… fronts the Royal Canal… neighours and more description… NOTE: Check out JACKSON-links to goldsmiths.

15

457

194

290427

 

Kilkenny

1793 May 16

Marriage bond William TIGH of Woodstock, Co. Kilkenny & Daniel GAHAN of Rathbride Co. Kilkenny… Thomas BLIGH was involved. & Hannah BUNURY [BUNBURY?] ors GAHAN

15

457

201

298475

JACKSON, Henry

Kings

Kildare

1792  Oct 6

JACKSON - LALL Names Index 1786-1794

Btw Henry JACKSON of French St., City of Dublin Esq of 1st pt &  John Hubert MOORE Esq Barrister of law &  George SALL, merchant of City of Dublin of 2nd pt & Abigail CROOKSHANK of Kildare St in City of Dublin widow of 3rd pt. Recited that a marriage was intended btw the said Henry JACKSON & Abigail CROOKSHANK and that said Henry JACKSON was seized of lands of  Lisdooney & Clonboniff in Kings Co. by virtue of a lease made by Sir Wm PARSONS Bart deceased unto Robert JACKSON late of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt]  in Kings Co Esq. deceased father of the said Henry for the lives of  sd Henry & George HOLMES late an Ensign in the 44th Regiment of Foot & that said Abigail CROOKSHANK  was then by virtue of her marriage arts made  Sept 20 1782 upon her marriage with the late George CROOKSHANK late of sd City attorney at law deceased… tenements in Dolphins Barn & elsewhere. Property of Wm SALL [or SALE} of said City merchant, deceased, & father of Abigail… George CROOKSHANK and Abigail SALE had one child, George, an infant under age 21 & Abigail was now possessed of her house in Kildare St. commonly known by #31…. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

15

457

314

300876

300176

JACKSON, Erasmus

Queens

1739-

JACKSON-JACKSON Bk 16 JACKSON Names Index 1786-1794 Mountmellick SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

 

457

349

300315

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1793 Aug 13

JACKSON - CURTIS Names Index 1786-1794

Btw Samuel RUSSEL of Crooked Staff Co Dublin Clothier & William JACKSON of the Combe in the County of Dublin, Clothier of the one part. Richard CURTIS  of the City of Dublin tanner of the other … demised property on the south side of St. James St. together with the backside garden and tan yard … SEE: JACKSONs of Pimlicoe

15

457

368

300509

BARTLEY

Monaghan

1779 Oct 8

McCLELLAND to BARTLEY  1739-1810 (TI Bk 45)

NAMES: Francis McCLELLAND of Town of Monaghan; Archibald McCLELLAND of Annamacneil; Hugh BARTLEY of Losset; Esther BARTLEY, wife of Hugh; James JOHNSTON of City of Dublin; Joseph McCLELLAND of Corlay; James LUKEY of Town of Monaghan; John HUMPHRIES.

x

457

492

290418

JACKSON, James

Down

1792 May 11

Notes from Crossle

btw James KENLEY of Belfast Gent of 1 pt & James JACKSON of Newtownards Co. Down Surgeon & Arthur DARLEY of Belfast Gent of the other pt…. released to James JACKSON & Arthur DARLEY interest in mill, dwelling house & garden in Six Mile Water … in townland of Ballyclare … to hold for rent payable to Alexander ORR {same detail as other mill at Six Mile Water]

 

458

22

292356

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1792 Apr 10

JACKSON-CARROLL Names Index 1786-1794

Richard JACKSON of the North Strand of 1 pt & Robert CARROLL of Sumerhill in sd City .... land from Customs Bridge in Parish of St. Thomas, City of Dublin.

 

458

77

294312

COULTER

Meath

Drogheda

1792 Nov 3

COULTER, John GOLDRISK 1786-1793

Image 46

John COULTER of Beaumore, Co Meath Collow [Cotton?] Manufacturer of the 1 pt & Patrick [GOLDRISK?] of the town of Drogheda Linen Merchant of the other part... Reciting that Thomas PEPPARD of Southampton Buildings in City of London Esq. Barrister Mary PEPPARD orse [HARLING?] his wife and .. lease to John COULTER... in Parish of St Peter, Co & [?] PEPPARD their son Gent by indenture 25 Nov 1789 let to John COULTER the houses demised to Thomas MARSEN then late of Drogheda wigmaker deceased on east side of [Shop?] Street in Parish of Saint Peter Co. & Town Drogheda bounded on North by late Mrs GARSIDE & [?] COPE’s concerns and on the South by concerns formerly in possession of James KENNEDY deceased on the East by premises in possession of Joseph [?]PUR and on West by Shop St. To hold to John COULTER …

 

458

162

294684

JACKSON, Martha

Louth 

1792 Nov 4

JACKSON-SMITH Names Index 1786-1794

[?] POE of Poes Court ors Dromgolstown, Co. Louth  Esq. & Martha POE als JACKSON his wife of 1st pt. James POE ... Patrick SMYTHE... marriage... Martha? SEE: JACKSONS of Steeple

 

458

411

296264

McCULLAGH

 

1786-1793

McCULLOCK Alexander to TURNLY

 

458

555

297068

JACKSON, George

Londonderry

1793 Mar 9

JACKSON-HILL Names Index 1786-1794

George JACKSON of Jacksons Hall, Co Londonderry Esq.  Gent then of City of Dublin Esq of the 1 pt and Sir Henry HILL of the City of Derry Bt of the other.. Jackson did confer the dwelling house of Jackson Hall with all the offices houses gardens and pleasure ground thereunto containing 15 acres Plantation measure in Liberties of Colerain, Co. Londonderry with the use of all fixtures goods and furniture of every kind for yearly rent of 56 pounds… NOTE: This is George JACKSON (1776-1840) – one of JACKSONs of Coleraine.. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

15

458

591

297499

JACKSON, Joseph

Monaghan

1793 Apr 13

JACKSON-WHITTSETT Names Index 1786-1794

Btw Joseph JACKSON of Eglish Co Monaghan Gent & Christopher JACKSON of same place Gent eldest son & heir of 1 pt & William WHITSITT of Cavanacross, Co Monaghan Gent of other pt ... 61 acres ..part of Ellegesh... NOTE: Check to see if he was related to Richard JACKSON (1769-1834) of City of Monaghan. See also: 1793 Mar 2 ROD: 465-340-297759 JACKSON - ELLIS

 

459

119

293078

JACKSON, David

Armagh

1792 Feb 21

Richard JOHNSTON – JACKSON

Image 391

btw Richard JOHNSTON Shanrue Co Armagh farmer of 1 pt & David JACKSON Liscalgot Co Armagh farmer of other pt. Reciting that the said Richard JOHNSTON in consideration of £84 paid to him granted to David JACKSON 44a 3r 39p in townland of Cashel, Co. Armagh the same demised by Thomas BALL Esq.  to the said Richard JOHNSTON to hold to Richard JOHNSTON and his heirs for the residue of the lease for the rest of the lives and years in said lease from Thomas BALL Esq. to said Richard JOHNSTON subject to rents and costs & other clauses. WITNESSES: Thomas SHEA of City of Dublin attorney;  Thomas SMYTH of Silverbridge, Co. Armagh farmer SEE: JACKSONs of Urker NOTE: Richard JOHNSTON married Anne JACKSON in 1767. She was a sister of David JACKSON who died in 1796.

 

459

207

293490

JACKSON, Edward Rowland

Cork

1792 Oct 11

JACKSON - ROWLAND Names Index 1786-1794

Marriage of Edward Rowland JACKSON of Castleview Co Cork to Margaret COLES of City of Cork Widow… Sir Samuel ROWLAND of City of Cork 2nd pt … lands of Farrnane and Dunmoore Co Waterford See JACKSONs of Ahanesek.

 

459

219

293549

JACKSON,

Nathaniel

Queens

1792 Oct 15

JACKSON - FOX Names Index 1786-1794 Mountmellick SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

 

459

470

295025

JACKSON,

Mary

Westmeath

1792 Dec 11

JACKSON - PETTIGREW Names Index 1786-1794

Mary NESBITT orse JACKSON widow of William NESBITT late of Milltown, Co Westmeath decd John NESBITT & William Kerr NESBITT sons of William & Mary NESBITT both of Milltown for £81 lands in Milltown (details included)

 

460

131

293496

JACKSON, William

Londonderrry

1738 Aug 4

JACKSON-GRAHAM 1739-1810

[I first had Mem # 2984934 which was incorrect.]

Image 73 & Image 74-75

Btw Capt William JACKSON of Fort William Co. Londonderry Gent of 1 pt & James GRAHAM of Caveneagh [aka Cavanreagh – which incl 1,731a], Parish of Ballinascreen Co Londonderry of the other pt. JACKSON set to GRAHAM land in JACKSONs possession being the 6th part of the half townland of Caveneagh being part of the Six Churchtowns of Ballynascreen for term of 7 years for rent of 2 pounds 10s renewable for such terms and times as JACKSON should renew his lease with the Lord Bishop of Derry.. Toties Quoties … WITNESS: William JACKSON & Clark JACKSON. NOTE: SEE: ROD 88-77-61667 SEE: Jacksons of Tobermore.

17

460

146

293542

JACKSON, Erasmus

Queens

1792 Oct 13

Marquis of Mountmellick – JACKSON. 1739- Bk 16

13 Oct 1792 Marquis of Mountmellick demised to Erasmus JACKSON of Mountmellick, merchant, land in Mountmellick. WITNESS incl Nat JACKSON the elder of Mount Mellick, Queens, Co. SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

 

460

286

294190

LEE

 

1786-1793

LEE, John – DEACON

 

460

369

294566

JACKSON, Thomas

Kings

Kildare

1792 Aug 14

JACKSON-WHITE Names Index 1786-1794

Btw Richard JACKSON of Millmont [aka Edenderry, Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown], & John WHITE of Monosbroxis .... reciting Richard JACKSON granted in Mt. Gage to Thomas JACKSON of Edonderry [Edenderry, Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown], SEE: JACKSONs of Ballygibbon NOTE: Edenderry is a town in east Kings Co, Ireland near the borders with Co. Kildare, Meath and Westmeath.

 

460

437

293496

JACKSON

Londonderrry

1739-1810

JACKSON-YOUNG

NOTE: This Memorial # is in Bk 460 at pg 131. There was no mention of YOUNG.

 

460

489

295100

JACKSON,

Mary Jane

Dublin

Wicklow

Tyrone

1792 Dec 13

JACKSON-RORKE Talbotstown, Baltinglass

Btw Thomas DRY of Weavers Sq. Co Dublin Clothier & Mary DRY otherwise JACKSON his wife & John DRY of Weavers Sq Dublin, Clothier  and Jane DRY otherwise JACKSON his wife ... said Mary & Jane are two of three children of Alexander JACKSON formerly of Strabane, Co Tyrone, Gauger dec’d of 1st pt Harvey FAIRBROTHER of Sweeneys Teneters in Co of Dublin woollen stover & Scourer & Mary FAIRBROTHER otherwise JACKSON relict of sd Alexander JACKSON dec’d of 2nd pt & Thomas RORKE of Meath St City of Dublin Wool Merch of 3rd pt...reciting deed 1771 Nov 25  James JACKSON of Spinans Co Wicklow did demise to sd Alexander JACKSON son of James... town and lands of Eadestown 154 acres Plantation Measure, Barony of Talbotstown, Co Wicklow... for lives of Hannah DAWSON otherwise CRAWTHORNE otherwise JACKSON wife of Richard JACKSON of Baltinglass, Co Wicklow farmer & Mary Anne PARKE otherwise CRAWTHORNE wife of Robert PARKE Tallow Chandler & James JACKSON grandson of afssd James JACKSON dec’d SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran and JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass. They were the children of James JACKSON (bef 1700-bef 1775) NOTE: I suspect James may have been the son of a Quarter-Master JACKSON.

 

461

132

296045

JACKSON, Francis

Antrim

1792 May 1

SOURCE: Crossle notes

Image 373

BTW William HOGG the younger of Lisburn Co. Antrim Linen draper of 1 pt; Joseph RICHARDSON of Moyalla, Co. Down linen draper of 2nd pt & Francis JACKSON of Antrim linen draper of 3rd pt Francis JACKSON paid William HOGG a fine of £100 … parcel of land on north side of Cork  Street [sic-it was Castle Street] in Lisburn Co. Antrim that was previously Mary SMYTHs or ABBOTTs and on 16 Apr 1741 was in possession of James CROUCH… 38’ in front 330’ in depth …

 

461

221

294491

BRADFORD

Monaghan

1739-1810

BRADFORD to FLEMING  (TI Bk 45) Edenena

x

461

230

294543

 

 

1786-1793

SCOTT, Elizabeth-WILY 

x

461

369

295150

PAINE

Dublin

 

A dwelling house Coach house Stable & hayloft. Dame Street

145

461

392

296013

 

Armagh

1793 Jan 8

MAZIER-PRENTICE Book 2 (1739-1810) Ballynahonebeg 1739-1810

Image 507

Indented deed made between Bartholomew MAZIER of the city of Dublin merchant and Thomas PRENTICE and Alexander PRENTICE, both of the city of Armagh, merchant of the one part. And Elizabeth PRENTICE of the city of Armagh aforesaid spinster of the other part. Witness that Thomas OATES late of Ballinahonebeg in the Parish and County of Armagh by a codicil annexed and as part of his last will and testament bearing date the 9th day of November, 1763 did bequeath the lands of Ballinahonebeg then in his possession and held by lease under Richard SEAVER, with the right of renewal thereof to his five daughters Mary DOBBIN otherwise OATES, Elizabeth PRENTICE otherwise OATES and Anne McWILLIAM otherwise OATES Jane OATES [NOTE: Jane Oates married Joseph OLIVER the year after her father’s death] and Leticia OATES and the survivors of them. In trust to permit his son, John OATES to receive the profits thereof during his life and after his decease to his lawful issue, and in failure. Thereof to his said five daughters or their lawful issue share and share alike, said deed also recites that said Elizabeth PRENTICE otherwise OATES is since dead [NOTE: Died 1786], leaving issue. To whit, Thomas, Alexander, James, Elizabeth, and Mary,[NOTE: There was also a daughter Jane PATTON who died 1779] said deed also recites that Thomas, Alexander, James, Elizabeth and Mary in right of their mother said Elizabeth were entitled to the revisionary interest of undivided one fifth of said lands of Ballinahonebeg [?] On the death of said John OATES and the benefit of survivorship and said deed. Recites that by deed bearing date the eighth day of October 1795, the said James PRENTICE for the consideration therein mentioned granted bargained sold assigned transferred and set over unto the Bartholomew MAZIER and Elizabeth Prentice his fifth of the undivided one fifth of the said lands Ballinahonebeg said deed also recites that said Mary PRENTICE had intermarried with said Bartholomew MAZIER Thomas Alexander PRENTICE for and in consideration of the sum of five shillings sterling to them in hand paid by said Elizabeth Prentice the receipt whereof is therein acknowledged have granted bargained sold assigned transfer and set over unto the said Elizabeth PRENTICE executors administrators and assigns the undivided fifth of said lands of Ballinahonebeg to hold unto the said Elizabeth PRENTICE her executors administrators and assigns for ever the said lines and premises with their appurtenances which said deed and this Memorial are witnessed by Robert McKINLEY [McKINSTRY?], and Gabriel KING of the city of Dublin gent and John PRENTICE of the city of Armagh gent. Thomas PRENTICE. Seal. Alexander PRENTICE. Seal. Signed and sealed in presence of John PRENTICE Robert McKINLEY and John PRENTICE of the city of Armagh.  NOTE: MAZIERE is a Huguenot name. He was an Apothecary in Town of Armagh. Also, an Andrew MAZIERE – who died in 1834 & who I suspect was related - was one of the signatories (along with PRENTICEs and many other Presbyterians) to a “Notice of 100 guinea reward for Tuesday 7th fire at Roman Catholic Chapel at Tullysaron”. BNL. In 1774 a David MAZIERE had a rent agreement for Taghnevan, Armagh. NOTE: At time of Griffiths, a William MAZIERE held lands as well as the mills at Umgola which had been leased by Joseph OLIVER until his death in 1837. SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh See also Mem # 236328

 

461

440

296204

 

Armagh

1792 Oct 8

PRENTICE-MAZIER Book 2 (1739-1810) Ballynahonebeg1739-1810

Image 531

This memorial has the same names and places as in Mem # 296013 SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

 

461

566

296737

JACKSON, George

Meath

Londonderry

1793 Feb 8

HARTE Names Index 1786-1794

Image 596

Rt Hon John O’NEIL of Shanes Castle Co. Antrim of 1st pt, George JACKSON of Jackson Hall, Co Londonderry, Esq. Eldest son of Rt Hon George JACKSON dec’d of 2nd pt, George HARTE of City of Dublin Esq. of 3rd pt. Lands of Carrick[?]ler otherwise Carrickdisart otherwise Carickdesert formerly held by Thomas QUELSH 4a 34p and aso town of Cruicetown otherwise Crusetown otherwise Cruistown except that part granted to Gustavius LAMBERT Esq  and the town and lands of Pigshill otherwise Begshill and Rossboy otherwise Rushee parcels of Cruistown with the water Corn Mill and wears [aka weirs?] belonging to townland Carrickadealer and Cruicetown on River Boyne, Co. Meath …

 

461

566

296738

JACKSON, George

Dublin Londonderry

Antrim

1793 Feb 28

HARTE-LATOUCHE Names Index 1786-1794

Image 596

Btw George HARTE of City of Dublin Esq. Eldest son of Henry HARTE late of the City Alderman of 1st pt & David LATOUCHE of Dublin of 2nd pt & George JACKSON of Jackson Hall, Co Londonderry, Esq. Eldest son of Rt Hon Richard JACKSON late of Jackson Hall dec’d of 3rd pt Rt Hon John NEAL of Shanes Castle Co Antrim of 4th pt & John LATOUCHE of City of Dublin of 5th pt.... lands of Ballymaclegan Drumnaquill Donballycarne Ringgrassley Ringsmore Ardaclave and the Upper and Lower Altabrean in Co Londonderry to hold to John LATOUCH in trust to pay annuity to George HART ….

NOTE: Sir Richard JACKSON (btw1729-1731 – d. 1789) Son George JACKSON (1766-1840)

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

462

155

294783

OATES,

 

1786-1793

OATES, Peter-BYRNE

 

462

356

295778

McCULLAGH

 

1786-1793

McCULLOGH William to MAHONY

 

462

370

295062

OLIVER, Andrew

Armagh

1793, Dec 24

 

1774, May 12

KERR to OLIVER

Image 193

Memorial of a Deed of Assignment between Edward Kerr, City of Armagh Brewer  Executor of Thomas OSBOURNE late of Ballymorran  in the Co of Armagh farmer  decd of the one part and  Andrew OLIVER of the City of Armagh Chandler of the other part - house garden and premises on Thomas Street, Armagh ... (hard to read witness names) Lease 12 May 1774 house and garden on Thomas Street for term of 23 years yearly rent of ₤6.10. SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

 

462

376

295903

JACKSON, Strettle

Cork

1792 Sep 29

JACKSON-GILLMAN Names Index 1786-1794

Image 198

NBTW Strettle JACKSON of City of Cork of 1 pt & Sir John GILMAN of Bessborough in South Liberties of City of Cork, Knight of 2nd pt. reciting Henry COULSON of City of Dublin Esq. set to Strettle JACKSON the dwelling house out offices and lands of Bessborough 40a ..

 

462

482

296434

OLIVER, David

Monaghan

1793 July

 

1793 Jan 10

OLIVER, David - OLIVER Book 45 (1739-1810)

NAMES: David OLIVER of Ballyrea; William OLIVER of Ballyrea; Joseph OLIVER of Ballyrea; Benjamin OLIVER of Ballyrea, George CRAWFORD, linen draper of Cherryvale; Joseph BOYD; Thomas CRAWFORD & Andrew CRAWFORD (Sons of George); Armar LOWRY-CORRY. TOWNLANDS: Ballyrea, Co. Armagh; Cornacarrow & Laragh, Parish of Aghnamullen, Co. Monaghan.

NOTES: David OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh farmer of the one part & William OLIVER, Joseph OLIVER & Benjamin OLIVER of Ballyrea, farmers of the 2nd part. It seems that David OLIVER granted to his sons a lease at Cornacarrow & Laragh. Date of 1790 court case mentioned. David OLIVER plaintiff & George CRAWFORD defendant. Witnesses: Thomas LIVINGSTONE, City of Armagh & Thomas McMAHON, City of Armagh

OLIVER - OLIVER

11 Feb 1793 between David OLIVER of Ballyrea in the city of Armagh, farmer of the one part and William OLIVER, Joseph OLIVER and Benjamin OLIVER of Ballyrea aforesaid farmers of the other part. Re: Town and lands of Cornacarrow, Laragh (refers to a court case 1 March 1790 in which David OLIVER was plaintiff and George CRAWFORD, defendant).I couldn’t read lots of it. SEE: JACKSONs of Urker for OLIVERs. SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

 

463

511

298694

JACKSON,

Luke Richard

Dublin

1789 Jan 30

Luke Richard JACKSON-FIELDING Names Index 1786-1794

Deed of Assignment btw Luke Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Engraver of the 1 pt & Christopher William FIELDING of City of Dublin Shoemaker of the other pt in consid of 28 pounds 8s JACKSON demised to FIELDING house or tenement with the yard and stable lately held and enjoyed by Mr. ARCHER on Lower Ormond Quay in City of Dublin bounded on the east by FLEMINGs house, on the west by Mr. WHITEs house and on the North by Strand Street and on the south by Ormond QUAY. Luke Richard JACKSON. SEAL. NOTE: Check Richard JACKSON, engraver and printer.

17

464

339

295906

McCULLAGH

Armagh

Cork

1793 Jan 12

McCULLOGH Archibald to JACKSON 1786-1793

Image 186

BTW Archibald McCULLAGH of Co. & City of Armagh, Gent of 1st pt & Isaac JACKSON of Donoloughan, Co. Armagh, farmer and weaver. 14a of land in Donoloughan by virtue of lease made by Hugh WILLSON to William McCULLAGH father of said Archibald McCULLAGH for lives of Hugh, James his eldest son [presumably these are both WILLSONs] and James ASHMUR the younger of Youghall. WITNESSES: Thomas GREER & James McKEAN both of City & Co. Armagh, merchants.

17

464

 

414

296474

OLIVER

Armagh

1793 Feb 13

COARDE-JACKSON Ballinahonebeg Bleach Mill Green

Memorial of a Demise of Land wherein is Recd that Sarah SEAVER of Ballynahonebeg late Decd was in her life time and at her death pssd & intitled by a lease jointly with Arthur OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg Agd to the lower third part to the Sd Townland of Ballinahonebeg in Parish & Co. of Armagh … 90A. She was the sole executor of Richard SEAVER. Deed of partition executed by Arthur OLIVER & Sarah SEAVER 5 Nov 1780 …. Arthur OLIVER would hold lands then in his possession in the North division of Sd lands & Sarah SEAVER the South division. John COANDE (or COARDE) of Ballybrocky in Co. & Parish of Armagh was executor of Sarah SEAVER. Arthur OLIVER (it seems) had the Bleach Green. It seems there was a transfer of Sarah’s land to Robert JACKSON on Feb 13 1793 SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

 

465

340

297759

JACKSON, Joseph & Christopher

Monaghan

1793 Mar 2

JACKSON - ELLIS Names Index 1786-1794

Image 461

BTW , Christopher WRIGHT of Ellegesh in the County of Monaghan, gent. Joseph JACKSON of ____ in the same County gent, and Catherine JACKSON otherwise WRIGHT, his wife. Christopher JACKSON of Ellegesh eldest son of the said Joseph and Catherine. Sidney BALL of Ellegesh aforesaid widow and Elizabeth BALL of the same spinster daughter and only child of Henry BALL deceased and of the said Sydney of the first part. Henry ELLIS the city of Dublin attorney at law of the second part and Blayney Owen MITCHELL of the same city attorney at law of the third part. Whereby after reciting that for borrowing destroying and extinguishing all Estates Tail and all Reversions …. The said Christopher WRIGHT, Joseph JACKSON, Catherine his wife Christopher JACKSON. Sidney BALL and Elizabeth BALL or any one of them had or could claim in order to the lands there in mentioned or any part thereof and for the other purposes therein mentioned the said Christopher WRIGHT , Joseph JACKSON, Catherine his wife, Christopher JACKSON, Sidney BALL and Elizabeth BALL for the considerations therein mentioned did grant bargain sell alien release and confirm to the said Henry ELLIS and his heirs all that and those the lands of Ellegesh there in called Allygesh otherwise called Legesh containing 141 acres 3 roods and 27 perches Irish plantation measure or thereabouts.  … description of boundaries.

 

465

379

298163

 

Longford

1792 Dec 23

Image 480

Henry DEERING of Bath in Somersetshire (aka Henry DERING brother of Catherine DERING, wife of Rev. Daniel JACKSON). SEE: JACKSONs of Santry and JACKSONs of Derbyshire, Berkshire, America & Dublin.. Lands of Moyragh, Parish & Barony of Ardagh, Co. Longford & also farms of Limisky & Feneragh otherwise [Furine?] and lands of Glynn known as Bungarr in Parish and Barony of Ardagh. NOTE: This is of possible interest because of the JACKSONs of Co. Longford.

 

465

385

298193

JACKSON, Richard

Monaghan

1793 Feb 9

MONTGOMERY-FOSTER Book 45 (1739-1810) Crieve

Co. 1739-1810

Image 484 NOTE: I initially had 352 as the page number

I do not know why Richard JACKSON was associated with this since I did not notice his name. The deed concerned Alexander MONTGOMERY of Rossmount & Matthew ANKETELL & William FOSTER and a number of their relations incl NIXONs.

 

465

566

300675

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1793 Sep 6

JACKSON - HARRIS Names Index 1786-1794

Image 575

Richard JACKSON of the North Strand in the City of Dublin Gent.. parcel in front to the Circular Road leading from Summer Hill down to the North Strand. bordered on North by Limekiln Lane…34’ in front leading to house in possession of Charlotte BLAND,  NOTE: description in other deeds. SEE: (possibly)  JACKSONs of Coleraine

15

466

283

297475

McCULLAGH

 

1786-1793

McCULLOGH William to O'CONNOR

 

466

340

297894

McCULLAGH

 

1786-1793

McCULLOGH Joseph to BAILIE

 

466

548

300559

COULTER

 

1786-1793

COULTER, John-BRICKLE

 

467

472

301564

OLIVER, Andrew

Armagh

1792 Nov 6

OLIVER, Andrew – MANN 1786-1793 Tullysarren

Image 472

Deed of Assignment by way of a mortgage btw Andrew OLIVER of Tullysarren, Co. Armagh farmer of the one part & [Joseph?] MANN of Moy in Co. Tyrone Merchant of the other part. Reciting Andrew OLIVER by deed of mortgage 20 Oct 1792 for £20 paid by Charles MAN, released to Charles MAN 96 acres in townland of Tullysaren Manor of Charlemount Co. Armagh (then there seems to be some loans to Andrew OLIVER secured by the land). WITNESSES: John JOHNSTON and Winright [PROCTIN?] & Samuel JOHNSTON SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

 

467

572

302317

JACKSON, James & Richard

Coleraine

1793 Nov 22

JACKSON - HUTCHINSON Names Index 1786-1794

Btw James STEWART of Gracehill Co Antrim Esq of 1st pt; Richard JACKSON of Coleraine & Elizabeth his wife and James JACKSON their eldest son of 2nd pt; John GALT & Charles GALT of Coleraine merchants of 3rd pt… released to James HUTCHINSON land on the west side of the New Road in Coleraine marked on the map of the said town as #28 with the land marked #63  and also the Gardener waste known by the name of Glovers Waste with all the houses Gardens Improvements in town of Coleraine WITNESS: James PARK of S of Pushbank and Richard JACKSON jr of Coleraine SEE: (possibly) JACKSONs of Coleraine – although I do not yet know where he fits in. He may have been the one who was a butcher.

16d

468

54

300948

JACKSON, James & Robert

Kings

Carlow

1793 Sep 23

JACKSON - FAIRBROTHER RICHARDSON Names Index 1786-1794

Image 35

Deed of release by Robert JACKSON of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt]  Esq. James JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],  & John DROUGHT of Whigsborough all in Kings Co trustees named  in the settlement of the sd Robert JACKSON and Wm FAIRBROTHER of Willsborough in Co Wicklow Esq. and George CARROLL of City of Dublin Esq . Reciting that Alexander CARROLL late of the City of Dublin Esq Deceased before his death on 9 May 1768 made his last will reciting that he had by his marriage settlement a power to charge his estate in his settlement with a sum of 3,000 and 1,000 pound as a provision for his younger children to be distributed to his daughters and amongst the rest to Mary CARROLL his daughter the sum of 600 pounds and to his other daughters the real sums as in his said will. Alex CARROLL did his will devise  to daughter Mary an additional sum of 1,200 pounds and the sd deed of which this is a memorial recited that t the time of the deed Mary CARROLL intermarried with Robert JACKSON by and with consent of William FAIRBROTHER, the only surviving  Guardian of the children of Alexander CARROLL. And reciting that by a settlement entered into on or before his intermarriage with said Mary who is since dead the said Robert JACKSON James JACKSON and John DROUGHT the trustees named in the settlement of the said Robert JACKSON [it goes on..]… sale of 6 freehold interests in and near Hacketstown in Lordship of Clonmore Barony Rathvilly & Co Carlow to James SHEPP of Paulville Co. Carlow Esq.  which freeholds were part of real estate of Alexander CARROLL not particularly devised in his will or compromised in his Marriage Settlement by and out of the produce of said sale to Robert JACKSON, James JACKSON and John DROUGHT … in consideration of £600 and £1,000 … ..SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran and JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass.

16d

468

107

299359

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1793 Jun 25

JACKSON - BUTLER Names Index 1786-1794

James JACKSON City of Dublin China Merchant … interest in house on Essex St known as the Golden Battle bounded on the north by River Liffey. Which he leased to Humphrey BUTLER of City of Dublin Esq.

16d

468

147

299618

JACKSON, Elizabeth

Limerick

1793 Jul 6

JACKSON - SANKEY Names Index 1786-1794

Image 84

BTW John TUTHILL of City of Limerick Esq & Elizabeth TUTHILL otherwise JACKSON his wife of 1st pt George TUTHILL Esq. eldest son of John TUTHILL and Catherine TUTHILL otherwise LANGLEY the wife of said George TUTHILL and only daughter of Henry LANGLEY of Lisnamrock,Tipperary Eq. of 2nd pt.[long deed with lots of names and townlands] SEE: JACKSONs of Waterford & Cork NOTE This is Elizabeth JACKSON (1750-1826) of Fanningstown.

16d

468

204

300175

JACKSON, Erasmus

Queens

1739-

JACKSON Names Index 1786-1794 Bk 16 Mountmellick SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

 

468

413

308546

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1794 Aug 24

JACKSON - HUTTON Names Index 1794-

Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin leather seller… house #34 on south side of High Street City of Dublin

16d

468

431

308707

BALL, Thomas

Wicklow

Dublin

1774 Aug 28

Crossle Genealogical Abstracts

Image 234

Includes mention of Rev. Thomas BALL of City of Dublin & Penelope BALL orse PAUMIER his wife, Prudence PALMER Susana PAUMIER and Mary PALMIER of City of Dublin.

 

469

549

303864

DAWSON

 

1794-1799

DAWSON, Patrick-McCULLOGH

 

470

47

299147

LEE

 

1786-1793

LEE, Rebecca – LATOUCHE

 

470

130

300174

JACKSON, Erasmus

 

 

JACKSON Names Index 1786-1794

 

470

160

300275

JACKSON, Thomas

Kilkenny

Dublin

1793, Aug 7

JACKSON – GREIG Thomastown

A Meml of a mortgage bearing date the Seventh day of August one thousand seven hundred and ninety three from James GREIG of Thomastown in the County of Kilkenny Merchant to Thomas JACKSON of Parliament Street in the City of Dublin Gent. Whereby the Sd James GREIG in considern of the sum of three hundred pounds Sterg to him in hand paid by the said Thomas JACKSON all that and those the dwelling house and grist mill then in the possession of the said James GRIEG and the two townlands and Cabbins lying between Patrick BERGIN’s house and Cody’s Bridge then under lease from Michael LAUGHNAN to John BRERETON together with the piece of Ground that lies between  said Mill Pond and to within twelve feet of the small road leading to Joseph KELLY’s Mill and between the west side of Cody’s Bridge  and Joseph KELLY’s Garden As same was marked and painted out by said Michael Laughnane  in presence of James McENERY and George MINCHIN and also a small island or spot of waste ground at the South East side of Cody’s Bridge and adjoining  said Bridge containing in front of said Bridge  thirty feet over towards the stream that runs under the second Arch next Monteen of said Cody’s Bridge which said premises  and lotts of ground are part  of the holding called Monteen being part of the Corporation Lands of Thomastown Situate lying and being in the Barony of Goran and County of Kilkenny aforesaid the said premises to be subject to the same Reservations Savings Clausees and Covenants  that the same Michael LAUGHRAN is bound by lease to Mr. John DAVIS  of Summer Hill  and County aforesaid. To hold to the said Thos JACKSON Exors admors and Assgns for the residue of the term of forty-one years therin mentioned which Commenced the twenty-fifth day of March one thousand seven hundred and ninety three being the term granted therof to the said James GREIG by lease from said Michael LAUGHNAN subject to the yearly  rent and covenant in said lease mentioned and subject also to Redemption upon payment of said three hundred pounds and lawful interest as therin is also mentioned which  said dee and this meml thereof are executed by the said James GREIG in presence and witnessed by Pierce DILLON and Andrew BUCK both of the City of Dublin Gentleman

 

470

172

309057

OLIVER, Silver Rt. Hon

 

1794-1799

OLIVER - ??? Wrong book.

16e

470

278

302421

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1793 Nov 21

JACKSON - BINNS Names Index 1786-1794

James JACKSON, Glass and Delph Ware Seller of Dublin, one of executors of will of Anne BINNS… land on south side of Dame St… to hold to Anne & William BINNS.

16e

470

297

302753

OATES,

Dublin

1786-1793

OATES-Peter-Magennis NOTES in 2009 diary

Peter OATS of Drocondra, City of Dublin, Gent

 

470

481

307455

DAWSON

Dublin

1794 Jul 4

DAWSON, Margaretta-McCULLOGH 1794-1799

James McCULLAGH of Mary St Dublin, Stucce Plasterer

16e

470

502

307644

JACKSON, Ann & Elizabeth & ors

Dublin

1794 Jul 12

JACKSON - HONE Names Index 1794-

Btw Joseph HONE jr  of City of Dublin Esq. & Elizabeth HONE  otherwise JACKSON his wife, Nathaniel HONE of said City & Anne HONE als JACKSON his wife whereas Elizabeth and Anne are the residual legatees and coheiresses of William JACKSON deceased for consid did transfer to Joseph HONE of sd City Druggist son of Joseph HONE jr and nephew of  Nathaniel HONE… transferred land in Liberties of Kilmainham Co Dublin commonly called the Lower Meadow 14a 1r 18p in possession of Lydia HEATH. NOTE: These JACKSONs are descendants of Robert JACKSON (?-1711) & Joyce SHAW. SEE: JACKSONs of Pimlicoe

16e

470

521

308071

TIPPING

Armagh

Down

1794 Apr 13

TIPPING-WADDELL Tullyvallen

Image 293

Thomas TIPPING of Bellurgan Park of 1 pt & James WADDELL of Springfield, Co. Down of the other… towns and lands of Rocks Camy called part of Tullyvallen Ball & [Keran Caas?] otherwise called Cunninghams acres cont 401 acres plantation measure  in possession of Arthur GARSTIN Esq.,  in Barony of Fews…. To hold for lives of James PLUNKET and Thomas PLUNKET sons of Lawrence PLUNKETT formerly of Bragganstown being the surviving lives named in lease by Thomas TIPPING Esq. deceased to Arthur {or Anthony?] GARSTON Esq. also deceased. WITNESS: Richard JONES Esq. Barrister & Thomas JOHNSTON Gent Attorney both of City of Dublin. And Elizabeth CARTEN witnessed memorial

1

470

538

308079

TIPPING

Armagh

1794 Jul 1

RAM-TIPPING

Several lands – but no mention of Tullyvallen. Cathleen TIPPING transferring Abel RAM WITNESS: Henry Vincent JACKSON Attorney

1

471

52

297890

BREAKEY

 

1786-1793

BREAKEY-BURGESS  (1794)

x

471

70

298007

McCULLAGH

Armagh

Down

1792 Mar 7

SEAVER, Charles-McCULLAGH NOTES in 2009 diary. 1786-1793

Charles SEAVER of Corcreaghan, Co. Down, Gent of 1st part & Robert McCULLOUGH of Ballybright [Ballybought?], Co. Armagh Nailer of other part. Lease to McCULLOUGH of Ballybought Co. Armagh now in possession of Robert McCULLOUGH & John NEILSON & undertenants on north side of the road leading into Newry “in as fee simple a manner was let to John MONTGOMERY of Canal Street, Co. Armagh, Merchant ... during natural lives of Robert McCULLOUGH, Mary McCULLOUGH orse [?]lson [possibly NEILSON? WILSON?] his wife and Sarah McCULLOCH daughter to both and also during the life & lives. WITNESS: Robert CASSIDY of Newry, Co. Down weaver & Thomas COLE of Emyvale, Co. Monaghan Land Surveyor.

 

471

96

298145

OLIVER, Thomas & Anne

Cork

1793 Jan 5

OLIVER, Thomas & Anne - OLIVER1786-1793

Thomas OLIVER of Cork, gent

 

471

425

299804

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1792 May 1

JACKSON-LOW Names Index 1786-1794

Btw Richard JACKSON of North Strand in Co & City of Dublin of 1 pt & Robert LOW of Montgomery, City of Dublin, Carpenter. SEE: (possibly) JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

471

469

299963

JACKSON,

Mary Jane & husb

Antrim

Londonderry

1793 Sep 1

Hamilton O’HARA-O’NEIL

Btw John Hamilton O’HARA of Cordilly, Co Antrim Esq & Mary Jane O’HARA als JACKSON, his wife of 1 pt & Rt Hon John O’NEILL of Shanes Castle & George JACKSON of Jackson’s Hall, Co  Londonderry of other pt... all the Manor of Crebilly commonly called the Kart Estate... many other lands in Barony of Killonway, Co Antrim SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

471

522

300374

LATOUCHE

Dublin

Wicklow

Roscommon

1793 Jul 20

LATOUCHE, Peter-Agreement1786-1793

Btw Mary REILLY of New Holland in Co Dublin widow of 1st pt & Peter Latouche of Belview Co Wicklow, Esq. Of 2nd pt & Thomas TENISON of Castle Tenison, Co Roscommon. ...Mary O’REILLY and her sons Thomas Patrick & Andrew O’REILLY

 

472

12

294568

POOLER

Armagh

1792 Nov 23

POOLER, Thomas-WOOD

POOLER, John

POOLER, Elizabeth 1786-1793

Btw Thomas POOLER & John POOLER of Tullymore [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh], Gent & Elizabeth POOLER of the same spinster of the 1 pt & Cuthbert WOODS of Eglish, Weaver in sd Co of the other. Demised to Cuthbert WOODS land at Eglish then in the actual possession of him by est 7a for lives of Thomas WOODS, Cuthbert WOODS, and Francis WOODS al sons of his…. Yearly rent of 5 pounds 19s 4d.

16e

472

324

301436

BROWNE

Tyrone

1793  Sep 24

SCOTT, Samuel-BROWNE 1786-1793

 Btw Samuel SCOTT he was a sergeant in Co Tyrone Militia of the one pt & Michael BROWNE of Dungannon, Co Tyrone Merchant of the other pt…. tenement on east side of Dungannon fronting on the Market

16e

472

410

303221

JACKSON, James & ors

Dublin

1794 Jan 4

CHAMPION Names Index 1794-

Relating to BINNS will, & James JACKSON Glass & Delph merchant of Essex Street

16e

473

226

300224

JACKSON, Erasmus

Queens

1739-

JACKSON-RICHARDSON Bk 16 Names Index 1786-1794 Mountmellick SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

 

473

245

300448

BIRCH

 

1786-1793

Dorchester Earl-BIRCH

 

473

455

309106

JACKSON

Armagh

1794 Sep 30

O’NEIL-JACKSON 1739-1810 Ballymacowen

Rev James Terrence O’NEIL priest of the Parish of Ballymacknale, Co Armagh of the 1 pt & Robert JACKSON of the City of Armagh of the other in consid of 600 pounds demised all the farm of lands of Tandragee, Co. Armagh lately possessed by Robert WILSON

15

473

536

309773

DAWSON

 

1794-1799

DAWSON, Richard-HUTCHINSON

 

473

576

310289

BREAKEY

 

1794-1799

BREAKEY-BREAKEY  (1794)

x

474

121

298824

JACKSON, Ann

Dublin

Cavan

Kings

1793 Mar 18

WYNNE Names Index 1786-1794

Image 65

Anne JACKSON otherwise HENDELL of Philipstown was owed by a bankrupt Peter GERAUGHY of Dublin funds from an annual annuity of 20 pounds from Col John WYNNE. Payable out of town and lands in Co Cavan. NOTE: I do not know which Philipstown. There is a Philipstown in Co. Louth. Also, a town in Co. Offaly [Kings Co.] now called Daingean was called Philipstown. It is situated midway between the towns of Tullamore and Edenderry on the R402 regional road.[Source: Wiki]

16e

474

171

299443

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1793 June 28

JOHNSTON, John to JACKSON Ballynahonbeg & Bellaghy

Image 90

Robert JACKSON of Woodvale, [ Woodvale is in Glasdrumman, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Co. Armagh & John JOHNSTON of Ballyhain, Co. Monaghan re: Ballynahonbeg Ballynahone Beg, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] & Bellaghy [Ballaghy, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh,]

Reciting Indre 4 Apr 1761 between Richard SEAVER, Gent, Grandfather of John JOHNSTON jr. of Ballytrain, [possibly Ballintra,] Co. Monaghan and John JOHNSTON, Gent, deceased of Armaghgore, Co. Armagh for Town and lands of Ballynahonebegg and Bellaghy, Parish and County of Armagh by virtue of lease from See of Armagh. Richard SEAVER bequeathed his interest in this land to his grandson John JOHNSTON. In this Memorial John JOHNSTON jr. grants to Robert JACKSON Esq. of Woodvale, Co. Armagh all his right to this property including a Corn Mill in Bellaghy in consideration of 300 pounds sterling paid by Robert JACKSON. Dawn

 

474

175

299375

OLIVER, William

Armagh

1793 June 20

OLIVER, William - OLIVER 1786-1793 I Image 92

NOTE: I looked for  1781, November 7th deed  370-333-251896 for an earlier lease covering the same lands and interests NOTE: found one for 1786 Jun 27 Brootely Manor Ballagh, Parish Derrynoose

NOTES:  Registered June 26 1793 between William OLIVER sr. of Ennislare in Parish & Co. of Armagh of the one part & William OLIVER jr. of Ennislare.in said parish and Co. of Armagh of the other part ... Robert MAXWELL of Fellowshall, Co. Armagh leased 7 Nov 1781 to said Wm OLIVER sr. “All that and those that part of the town and land of Brootely late in the possession of Elizabeth CLOGHER  and then in the possession of the said William OLIVER senior containing by estimation 53 acres English statute measure be the same more or less togeth with an Irish good of turf Bog the whole situate lying and being in the Manor of Belleagh parish of Derrynoose [sic?] Barony & County of Armagh and meared and bounded on the north by part of the townlands of Cormeen, Tullacallicky and Brootely on the east by Lisdrumbrughas on the south and west by Brootely aforesaid as occupied and enjoyed by the said Elizabeth CLOGHER with the appurts. To hold unto the said William OLIVER sr ... for 19 years with a covenant of renewal Toties Quoties ... in consideration of £45 10s sterling to him paid by the said Wm. OLIVER jr did grant etc to Wm OLIVER jr. above described lands. Witnessed by W?. OLIVER of City of Armagh, Chandler; John KERR of Armagh, merchant. William OLIVER, [SEAL] in presence of Andrew OLIVER & John KERR. SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

 

474

452

302287

JACKSON, James

Down

1793 Nov 2

JACKSON Names Index 1786-1794

James JACKSON of Town of Newtownards, Co Down, Surgeon and Apothecary of one pt & Andrew JACKSON of said townland of Ballygrany in said Co of the other part… leased half of lands of Moygannon… including roads waterways and appurtenances…  in possession of John and Alexander MacCOMB and then  lately in the possession of Robert and Mary BLACK or their cottiers or undertenants and then in possession of James JACKSON his tenants and undertenants in Parish of Donoclony, Barony of Lower Iveagh,  Co Down WITNESSES: John ALLEN & Patrick KEARNY SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

 

475

53

296972

JACKSON, William

Dublin 

Carlow

1793 Mar 13

JACKSON - GURLEY Names Index 1786-1794

 Btw William JACKSON of the City of Dublin Gent of the 1 pt & Thomas GURLEY of Bellville Co Carlow Esq of the other pt…. lands in front of the New Quay called Cornwall’s Quay then lately built in the Town of Carlow cont in front to Quay 135 feet all which sd premises were part of Castle Hill adjoining the Corporation of Carlow…

16e

475

100

299803

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1792 May 1

JACKSON - LOW Names Index 1786-1794

Image 340

Richard JACKSON of the North Strand City of Dublin, Gent of the 1 pt & Robert LOW of Montgomery St City of Dublin Carpenter & House Builder of the other pt…. plot of land in new lane leading from the North Strand to Summer Hill containing in front to said lane 18’ in breadth and in the rere 18’ and in depth front to rere 80’ bounded on North by lane and on south by Mr. HARVEY’s holdings and on the west by Mr. KNOWLTON and on the east by a plot of land in possession of said Robert LOW in City of Dublin …. SEE: (possibly) JACKSONs of Coleraine

16e

475

542

307632

JACKSON,

Nathaniel

Queens

1739-

JACKSON-ENGLAND Bk 16 Names Index 1794- Mountmellick SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

 

475

558

307820

JACKSON, Mary & James & ors

Kings

Wicklow

1794 Jul 19

JACKSON - GREENE Names Index 1794-

Image 571

Btw Henry FAIRBROTHER and Mary FAIRBROTHER otherwise JACKSON his wife and which said Mary FAIRBROTHER was the relict of John JACKSON formerly of Strabane Co. Tyrone Gauger deceased. and the whole trustee and executor of last will and testament of Alexander JACKSON of [Wexford?] and James JACKSON [blank space]… ?... Thomas DRY of [?] Square ,Dublin Clothier and Mary DRY otherwise JACKSON his wife  John DRY of [?] Square, Dublin Clothier and Jane DRY otherwise JACKSON his wife [and which said James JACKSON and Mary DRY and James DRY are the three children and devisees named the said will of the 2nd part. Thomas GREEN of [Greenhall?] Co Wicklow Esq…. Richard BALDWIN demised unto James JACKSON of Spinians Co Wicklow part of the lands of Eadstown abt 54a 1r Plantation measure in Barony of Talbotstown Co Wicklow… Nov 5, 1771 James JACKSON for the considerations therein mentioned demised to his son Alexander JACKSON lands of Eadestown in his actual possession containing 150a 1r to hold to Alexander JACKSON . Alexander demised to his wife in trust for his three children James Mary and Jane land in common not as joint tenants … two of the children had since married: Mary JACKSON to Thomas DRY and Jane JACKSON with John DRY and James JACKSON the other child and devisee of Alexander JACKSON and Mary DRY and Jane DRY and James JACKSON have all attained the age of 21 … lands of Eadestown sold to Thomas GREENE.

SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran and JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass.. NOTE: The mention of John JACKSON confuses me. I wonder if it is a transcription error by the clerk. It would make more sense to be Alexander.

16e

475

571

307935

JACKSON, Henry & wife

Wicklow

Dublin

1794 Jul 26

CALLAGHAN Names Index 1794-

Image 579

BTW Henry JACKSON of New Park Co. Wicklow Esq. & Abigail JACKSON otherwise SALL [NOTE: It looks like: LALL] his wife of 1 pt & Joseph CALLAGHAN of City of Dublin Carpenter of other pt. Reciting that said Henry & Abigail granted to CALLAGHAN the house yard gate way and garden at Dolphin Barn late in possession of Alexander GRIEG to hold for lives of Joseph CALLAGHAN James CALLAGHAN his brother and Richard CROOKSHANK son of George CROOKSHANK late of City of Dublin deceased at yearly rent of £18.4. WITNESS: Thomas DUFF of Co. Kildare Carpenter and William BRYAN of Dublin [Stuoman?] Henry JACKSON [SEAL]

PRONI T808/8253

Volume 475 page 571 number 307935 the memorial register 26 July 1794 of assignment of 12 May 1794 by Henry JACKSON of Newpark, County Wicklow Esq. and his wife Abigail JACKSON alias SALE or LALL to Joseph Callaghan of Dublin city carpenter. Premises at Dolphins Barn Dublin to be held for three lives one being Cruickshank's. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran and SEE: JACKSONs of Pimlicoe

q

476

237

311597

JACKSON, Thomas

Kings

1790 Dec 4

JACKSON-DELAHUNT Names Index 1794-

Btw Robert JACKSON of Comlinen [?] Mason of 1 pt &  Joseph DELAHUNT of Shimane, [probably Shinrone, Parish Shinrone, Barony Clonlisk]  Kings Co of other... reciting memorial of Thomas JACKSON

 

476

329

314707

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1791 Feb 3

McCULLOGH Wm to ARMSTRONG 1794-1799

Wm McCULLOUGH of Kilmore, Co Dublin Esq.

 

476

397

315260

BARTLEY

Monaghan

1795 May 30

TYLER-BARTLEY 1739-1810  (TI Bk 45) Lattycrom, Crossduff, Luganhamlough, Feeduff, Kildaloo, Mullaghmore

TYLER & ors to METGE & anr

A Meml of a Deed of Release bearing date the Thirtieth day of May in year of our lord one thousd seven hund & ninety five & made between Walter TYLER Lieut. & Paymr. of the Sligo Regt of Militia & Elizth TYLER orwise ROGERS his Wife of the first part Geo. BARTLEY of the Town & Co. of Monaghan Esq. and Christiana BARTLEY his Wife Guardians under the Appointment of the High Court of Chancery of the Person & Estate of the sd Elizth TYLER orwise ROGERS a Minor of the second part Jno METGE of the City of Dublin Esq. and John Montgomery of Ballyleck in the Co. of Monaghan Esq. of the third part whereby after reciting that a Marriage had been had & Solemnized between between the sd Walter TYLER and Elizth his Wife  & that at the time of the sd Marriage the sd Elizth TYLER was Seized of & entitled to the Towns & Lands of Lattycrom, Crossduff & Lurganhamlough Situate lying and being in the Co. of Monaghan & was also possed of the Town & Lands of Feeduff, Kildaloo & Mullaghmore situate in the sd Co. of Monaghan & also reciting that the sd Walter TYLER & Elizth TYLER his Wife with the consent and approbation of the sd Geo. BARTLEY and Christiana BARTLEY for the Considns therein mentd did Grant release and Confirm unto the sd Jno Metge & Jno Montgomery All that and those the sd Towns & Lands of Lattycrom Crossduff & Luganhamblough and did assn and make over unto the sd Jno Metge & Jno Montgomery the sd Lands of Feeduff Kildaloo & Mullaghmore for the Residue of a term of Nine hund years subject to an Annuity of one hundred  pds P Ann charged on sd Lands as a Jointure for the sd Christiana To hold the sd Lands of Lattycrom Crossduff & Lurganhamlough & also the sd Towns & Lands of Feeduff  Kildaloo & Mullaghmore unto the sd Jno Metge & John MtGomeryupon the Trusts in sd Deed of Release partarly mentd & among others to the use to the use of the sd Walter TYLER & his Assigns for life remd to the sd Elizth TYLER & her Asss for her life by way of a Jointure & in lieu of Dower or thirds & after her death in trust for the Issue of sd Marriage wth such remainders & limitations as in sd Deed of Release are partarly mentd & in Case of no Issue that the sd Eliz shall have power by Deed or Will to dispose of the sd Lands as she shall think proper subject to the life estate Granted tosd Walter TYLER & as to the sd Sum of one thousd eight hund pds the same is vested in the sd Trustees upon Trust to pay eight hund pds part thereof to sd Walter Tyler & the remaining one thousd pds to the use of the issue of the sd Walter & Elizth in such a manner as in sd Deed of Releaseis mentd & in Case  of no Issue then the sd Sum of one thousd pds to be paid to the ds Walter his Ecors or Admors at the time therein partarly mentd & which sd Deed of Release contains several other Clauses Covts and Agreemts & the same as also this Meml as to the Pfection thereof by the sd Walter & Elizth are Witd by the Revd Thos Lendrum Clerke Curate of the Parish of Monaghan and Blayney Owen MITCHELL of the City of Dublin Attry at Law. Walter TYLER (Seal) Elizabeth TYLER (Seal) sigd & Sealed in the presence of Blay. Ow. Mitchell. Thos Ledrum…

 

476

414

315515

COULTER

DICKIE

Louth

1795 Jul 6

COULTER to DICKIE 1739-1810 (TI Bk 73) Carrickastuck

This is one of the Nigel DICKIE deeds. The initial page #429 was corrected

NAMES: Charles COULTER of Roachdale aka Annaghavackey; Robert DICKIE of Clonaleenan; Samuel MOFFETT; Robert SIBTHORPE; Henry COULTER; Ralph COULTER; William COULTER; Charles COULTER; James COULTER. OTHER PLACES: Philipstown.

d

476

478

315885

BROWNE

Monaghan

1792 Apr 4

McCLELAND to BROWNE (TI Bk 45) (Diamond) 1739-1810

Image 252

BTW Francis McCLELAND of Town & Co. Monaghan Merchant of 1 pt & John BROWN of Town of Monaghan Stationer of other pt. Demised house in the Diamond of Monaghan … should not keep a Publick House … John BROWN [SEAL]

 

476

519

316141

JACKSON, Alexander

Dublin

1787 Aug 9

JACKSON-COALES Names Index 1794-

Image 275

NOTE: It was for an Alexander JAFFRAY of City of Dublin not JACKSON, so I didn’t pursue. My error

 

476

522

316161

JACKSON, James

 

 

JACKSON-DUANE Names Index 1794-

Image 27

NOTE: It was for a JACOB not JACKSON, so I didn’t pursue. My error.

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477

120

301445

COULTER

Dublin

1793 Sep 10

COULTER, John-GERAGHLY 1786-1793

Image 374

BTW John COULTER of Dublin Grocer of 1 pt & William GERAGHLY of Co. Dublin Farmer of other pt. COULTER demised lands of Glassnevin Co Dublin lying near town of Drumondra adjoining the River leading from Glassnevin to Drumcondra …

 

478

90

304546

OLIVER

Armagh

Monaghan

1793 Dec 29

OLIVER, David- CRAWFORD NOTES in 2009 diary Laragh, Carnecarrow

Between David OLIVER formerly of Laragh & Cornecarrow, Co. Monaghan but then of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh of 1st part & George CRAWFORD or wife of Cherryvale, Co. Monaghan linen draper of the other part (Long deed describes land involved  - need to order) SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

o

478

113

305298

McCULLAGH

 

1794-1799

McCULLOGH James to CROSBY

 

478

531

311688

McCULLAGH

McCARTER

Monaghan

1795 Jan 7

McCULLOGH Robt & Andw  to McCARTER 1794-1799

Image 287

Deed of Marriage Settlement 7 Jan 1795 btw Robert McCULLOGH 2nd son of Andrew McCULLAGH of Killnamoddy Co. Monaghan Gent of 1 pt & Ann McCARTER eldest daughter of James McCARTER of Crover Co. Monaghan of 2nd pt. Andrew McCULLAGH of 3rd pt. James McCARTER of 4th pt. Thomas McCARTER & Joseph McCARTER both of Crover Co. Monaghan Gent of 5th pt. Marriage portion £300 paid to Robert McCULLAGH & lands of Killnamoddy … Andrew McCULLAGH [SEAL] Robert McCULLAGH [SEAL] James McCARTER [SEAL]

NOTE: James McCULLAGH (abt 1740-abt1840) of Derryvalley married a Sarah McCARTER. I suspect these are near relations. Their daughter Elizabeth McCULLAGH married John JACKSON (1780-1817) of Liscalgot.

 

479

128

303352

JACKSON, James & ors

Down

Antrim

1794 Jan 13

JACKSON-DARLEY Names Index 1794- Newtownards

James JACKSON of Newtownards, Co. Down, Surgeon & Arthur DARLEY of Belfast, Co. Antrim gent… for two bonds – one of 300 pounds and one of 100 pounds did sell to Edward DARLEY flour mills etc in townland of Ballyclare, Co. Antrim. NOTE: I need to check. He is likely part of the Co. Down tree. See other deeds referring to Six Mile Water. SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

15

479

177

303702

OLIVER

Cork

1794 Jan 29

Thomas OLIVER of City of Corke, Gent. – STONEHOUSE 1794-1799

 

479

186

303861

DAWSON

 

1794-1799

DEASE, Patrick-McCULLOGH

David McCulloch Master bricklayer.  Not needed

 

479

189

303878

 

Armagh

1793 Sept 18

HENRY-PRINGLE Seven towns 1739-1810

Image 409

Articles of  Agreement BTW John HENRY of Killoon in Parish Ballyclog Co. Tyrone of 1st pt & Dorothy PRINGLE, spinster of 2nd pt & John PRINGLE of Limepark Lodge Co. Tyrone Esq. of 3rd pt. Marriage to be had btw John HENRY & Dorothy PRINGLE … Dorothy PRINGLE intitled to sum of £500 and also £20 annuity issuing out of townlands commonly called and known by the name of the seven Townlands situate contiguous to the Town of Armagh … and John HENRY is possessed of several lands in Killoon aforesaid out of which Lands the said Dorothy PRINGLE shall be intitled to and receive the yearly sum of £30 as a Jointure … WITNESS: John WILCOCKS Thomas WALSH and Joshua FERGUSON … Memorial WITNESS; John WILCOCKS and John McEVOY in Dungannon, Co. Tyrone.

NOTE: The Seven Townlands include: the Kennedies. Enagh, Lisleagh, Killynure, Maghery, Lisbanoe & Aghaville. These are all townlands with a significant OLIVER presence at this time.

SEE: ROD 584 348 307635. NOTE: May 21 1753 will of Charlotte PRINGLE née OLIVER, wife of a John PRINGLE. Her parents were a Dr. William & Elizabeth OLIVER (could they have been William OLIVER and Elizabeth HARDY?), and her named sisters included Elizabeth, Harriet, Susan & Caroline. She also had a brother William OLIVER.

SEE: DEED: 162-561-111118

NEWS article: 1785 Jan 25-28

SEE: ROD: 485-387-307174

T1

479

312

306589

JACKSON,

William Marcus

Clare

1794 Apr 7

JACKSON-MAHON Names Index 1794-

Btw William Marcus JACKSON of Attorbury, Co. Clare, Gent of the one part & James MAHON of the City of Limerick, merchant of the other…. Set to MAHON all the lands of Moylish, Parish of St. Munchin

15

479

326

306735

 

Tyrone

1794 Mar 27

ECCLES-Jo BROWNE Moy

Samuel BROWNE, Merchant of Armagh – land sold to him in Moy, Co. Tyrone  – other names Mary ECCLES & TAYLOR. NOTE: This makes me wonder even more if the Samuel BROWNE, father of Thompson BROWNE was related to Rev. Daniel Gunn BROWNE.

15

479

395

307555

JACKSON,

Nathaniel

 

 

JACKSON-THACKER Names Index 1794-

 

479

439

308060

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1794 Jul 23

JACKSON-HUTTON Names Index 1794-

Richard JACKSON of the City of Dublin, leather tanner seller of the one part & Bartholomew HATTON of New Row in the Poddle in the Co of Dublin tanner of the other part…. Plot of land on which is erected a Dwelling House known by #35 situate on the South side of High Street in the City of Dublin containing in breadth in the front to High Street 15 feet 7 inches in breadth in the rear, 15 feet 3 inches and in depth front to rere 43 feet 5 inches

15

479

483

308609

JACKSON, Anne & ors

Dublin

Wicklow

Kildare

1794 Jul 31

JACKSON-ALDBOROUGH Names Index 1794-

Ann JACKSON of City of Dublin, Widow & Lucas Hunt JACKSON of Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow, Gent of the one part. & Rt Hon Earl of Alderborough of Belan in Co, Kildare of the other part whereas an indentured deed of agreement was made between John JACKSON of Corrageen, Co. Kildare Esq of the other part who did agree to take the dwelling house occupied by Lucas JACKSON in the town of Baltinglass with a field behind it during the term of three lives… late in the possession of Lucas JACKSON Gent deceased…. Then unto Lucas Hunt JACKSON, for lives of Lucas Hunt JACKSON, William Jacob JACKSON his brother & Dorothy DROUGHT daughter of John DROUGHT then late of Plunketstown, Co. Kildare… John JACKSON uncle of Lucas Hunt JACKSON was dead and by his will became vested in Anne JACKSON during her natural life and after her decease to Lucas Hunt JACKSON….See also deed for NOTE: Wicklow Probates suggest a link with the JACKSONs of Spinians. ROD 449- 131- 287657. SEE: JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass.

NOTE: There is a multi-generational record of JACKSONs at Baltinglass: Mount Lucas, Co. Wicklow the residence of Capt. Jackson, commanding extensive mountain views and the scenery of the valley. 1837.

15

480

136

303576

JACKSON,

Gordon

Meath

1794 Jan 23

JACKSON-FOSTER Names Index 1794-

Gordon JACKSON of Lisnaboe, Co Meath Esq. of 1 pt & Henry FOSTER of South of Enagh Co Cavan Esq. granted the town and lands of Rath situated on the West and North west sides of the road from Nobber to Kingscourt 152a 1r 20p granted for the lives therin named Gordon JACKSON, Henry JACKSON Thomas JACKSON the three sons of the before named Thomas JACKSON deceased at yearly rent of 167 pounds  12s 3d SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe NOTE: Thomas JACKSON will dated 3 March 1778 pr. 27 Feb 1796.

16e

480

192

303863

DAWSON

Dublin

1793 Sep 24

DAWSON, Patrick-McCULLOGH 1794-1799

Btw Patrick DEASE of City of Dublin, Merch & David McCULLOGH of City of Dublin, Bricklayer ...

 

480

212

310288

310200

BREAKEY

 

 

Breakey – Wrong book #

 

480

217

304030

JACKSON, Thomas & ors

Kings

Tipperary

1786 Jul 7

JACKSON-BENNET. Marr Arts Names Index 1794-

Image 113

Btw Thomas JACKSON of Shinrone, [Parish Shinrone, Barony Clonlisk] Kings Co, Mason of 1st pt  & Mary BENNET spinster dau of George BENNET of Camlen Co Tipperary of the other pt. Marriage to be solemnized btw Thomas JACKSON & Mary BENNETT grant of £10 payable out of farm let to Thomas JACKSON by Sir William PARSONs Bart and John LYDE Esq. in Town of Shinroe [aka Shinrone , Parish Shinrone, Barony Clonlisk] Kings Co. WITNESS: Joseph DRYER of Roscrea Co. Tipperary Shopkeeper & Malachy CARROLL of Timony [Co. Tipperary?] farmer. George BENNETT [SEAL]

NOTE: Perhaps includes the land for the the house recently purchased by Rachel JACKSON.

 

480

231

304124

JACKSON, George

Kings

Tipperary

1784 May 19

JACKSON-CROTTY Names Index 1794-

Image 121

Btw George JACKSON of [Fancraft] [Fancroft, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt], Kings Co. Mason, of 1st pt & John CROTTY of Roscrea, Tipperary Gent of other pt. (pound whereon part of the Deal Grove formerly stood containing 2r bounded on South by River of Roscrea on the north by George JACKSONs tenants Gardens on the west by William HUTCHINSONs Garden Walk and part of Robert EVANS Garden Ditch on the east by the road leading to the river in Lordship of Roscrea, Co. Tipperary. WITNESSES Stephen EGAN & Moses LANGLEY both of Roscrea.

NOTE: That George JACKSON was a mason – same as the JACKSONs of Shinrone and others

 

480

323

304726

JACKSON,

Martha & ors

Sligo

1794 Mar 8

JACKSON-BLEST Names Index 1794-

Btw Robert ANDERSON Gent & Elizabeth ANDERSON otherwise BELL his wife, and Martha JACKSON formerly BELL all of the Co Sligo & heirs of  Thomas BELL late of the town & Co of Sligo

16e

480

346

304844

PRINGLE, John

Armagh

1794 Mar 13

PRINGLE, John - PRINGLE, Henry Killynure

NOTES: Memorial of a deed between John PRINGLE of Limepark Lodge, Co. Tyrone, Esq. & Henry PRINGLE Esq. Major General in his Majesties service & William PRINGLE of Conway in Kingdom of Great Britain. Esq. RE: Lease of 1 Aug 1793 made by College & Corp of Vicars Choral & Organist of the Cathedral Church of Armagh to John PRINGLE for Aghavilly, Enagh, Lisbano, Kennedies, Magheraville, Lislea & Killynure for 21 years from May 1st. SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

 

480

417

305240

BROWNE

Monaghan

1793 Aug 20

BROWNE to BROWNE1739-1810 Crooshey (TI Bk 45)

John BROWNE to William BROWNE... Charles BROWNE late of Crooshey...

 

481

54

302503

COULTER

Antrim

Monaghan

1792 June 19

COULTER-McMURRAY Marr arts NOTES in 2009 diary. 1786-1793

marriage settlement between James COULTER of Collin in Co. Antrim Linen merchant of 1st part & Catherine McMURRAY of Corshea, Co. Monaghan  of 2nd part & Alexander McMURRAY of Crosskea, Co. Monaghan, Gent in behalf of his daughter the said Catherin McMURRAY of the 3rd part … Alexander McMURRAY possessed part of Tate of Corskee containing 23A 2R 25P and also part of lands of Corska containing 12A 1R 2P by virtue of a lease made by Thomas VERNOR & Alexander McMURRAY also possessed part of lands of Drumagavney, Co. Monaghan containing 15A by virtue of a lease made by James McMURRAY of Kings Court, Co. Cavan & also 7 acres of land of Monington adjoining Corshea in sd County … Jane McMURRAY wife to Alexander McMURRAY. WITNESSES: James LUKEY [or LEEKEY?] of town of Monaghan, Gent; Rev John ARDELL of Dromrick; Jane GILLESPIE of Crosskea; John CRAIG of Derryvalley, Linen Merchant – all in Co. Monaghan. Richard DARLEY of Croskea, Co. Monaghan, Gent; James LUKEY aged 20 years and upwards.

x

481

307

3152107

COULTER

Louth

1795 May 4

Charles COULTER. One of Nigel DICKIEs deeds. Not in this bk. Carrickastuck

16e

481

495

318876

JACKSON,

Nathaniel

Queens

1739-

JACKSON-THATCHER Names Index 1794-  & Bk 16 Mountmellick SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

 

481

512

318991

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1795 Aug 14

JACKSON-SCOTT Names Index 1794-

Image 536

Richard JACKSON of the North Strand City of Dublin Gent demised to William SCOTT of [Abbott?] st City of Dublin Carpenter the new dwelling house on the North Strand leading from the New Custom House… bounded on the east by the North Strand and on the west by Montgomery St., Parish of St. Thomas Co. & City of Dublin . Richard JACKSON. SEAL. …NOTE: Montgomery Street is now called James Joyce Street. It was part of Dublin’s Red Light District.

16e

481

513

316216

JACKSON,

Rowland

 

1796

JACKSON-JOY Names Index 1794- NOTE number does not fit this book & page #.

 

481

513

318993

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1795 Aug 4

JACKSON-FITZPATRICK Names Index 1794-

Image 537

Richard JACKSON of the North Strand Co Dublin Gent demised to Rev John FITZPATRICK of the North Strand a new dwelling house being on the North Strand leading from the New Custom House to Ballybough Bridge with a yard and House and Stable behind… rent 31 pounds.. lots of description of holding bounded on east by North Strand on the West by Montgomery Street  on the south by a house in possession of Lawrence ROGERs and  on the north by a house in possession of Rev. Dr. BINNING, Parish of St. Thomas County & City of Dublin. NOTE: It was signed and sealed by a Robert JACKSON [did the clerk mix up Richard & Robert?]. NOTE: Montgomery Street is now called James Joyce Street. It was part of Dublin’s Red Light District.

16e

482

5

300661

JACKSON, Richard

 

 

JACKSON Names Index 1786-1794 Wrong #`

16e

482

33

301714

BROWNE, Samuel

Antrim

1786 Oct 21

BROWNE-STEEL

Image 22

Samuel BROWNE of Belfast, Antrim, merchant of the 1 pt & Robert STEELE of Belfast of the other part.

Lands in Belfast – north side of Anne Street

 

482

47

302301

LUCAS, Charles

Monaghan

Fermanagh

Donegal

Tyrone

1793 Nov 20

Image 30

Lieut. Charles LUCAS Esq in Fermanagh Militia

 

482

168

304843

 

Armagh

1793 Nov 23

PRINGLE-PRINGLE 1739-1810

Image 63

BTW John PRINGLE of Limepark Lodge Co. Tyrone Esq. of 1st pt Elizabeth BANNERMAN of Caledon Co. Tyrone spinster of 2nd pt & William PRINGLE of Conway in Kingdom of Great Britain Esq. and Robert PRINGLE Major in his Majesty’s 51st Regiment of Foot of 3rd pt. Marriage intended btw John PRINGLE & Elizabeth BANNERMAN… lands of Doogeny and parts of Seven Towns and lands of Aghavilly, Enough, Lisbane, Kennedies, Maghrearville, Lislea & Killinure in Co. Armagh … WITNESS: Thomas IRWIN of Caledon Co. Tyrone Gent & Philip McGUIRE Anagheramp Co. Tyrone. Memorial WITNESS: Jane IRWIN & Philip McGUIRE.

T1

482

207

306708

JACKSON,

Nathaniel

Queens

1739-

JACKSON-ENGLAND Bk 16 Names Index 1794- Mountmellick SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

 

482

237

307839

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1794 Jun 24

McCULLOGH James to SNEYDE 1794-1799

James McCULLAGH, City of Dublin, Stucco plasterer

16e

482

248

308173

JACKSON,

Nathaniel

 

 

JACKSON-BARRINGTON Names Index 1794-

 

482

413

312576

McCULLAGH

 

1794-1799

McCULLOCK Hilly to JONES

 

482

428

312486

JACKSON, Robert

Tipperary

1794 Aug 26

JACKSON-MARA

Image 231

BTW Robert JACKSON of Roscrea Co. Tipperary of 1 pt & Denis MARA of Roscrea of the other pt. Reciting that Robert JACKSON in consideration of yearly rents demised to Denis MARA in his actual possession … house & office in Augheraleah [possibly Aghaboy, Parish Wheery or Killagally, Barony of Garrycastle] together with part of lands of Augherabay [?] 3a  and bounded on north by Denis KEALEYs field on East by Road leading from Roscrea to Birr [currently N62] on the south by [Edward?] TALBOTTs field and on the west by Robert JACKSONs lane in Lordship Roscrea Co. Tipperary for life of Denis MARA the Lessee and of Lucinda MARA his wife at yearly rent of £17 for 5 years. WITNESS: Henry MAXWELL City of Dublin Gent & Gilbert LYNCH of Roscrea, Co. Tipperary.

NOTE: Nothing resembles the townland name of Augheraleah or Augherabay in Parish Roscrea . That parish straddles the border of Tipperary & Offaly aka Kings.

 

482

433

312506

JACKSON,

Hugh & Mary & Sarah & Susanna & William

Down

1795 Mar 5

JACKSON-WARING Names Index 1794-

Image 233

 Btw William Nicholson JACKSON eldest son & heir at law of Hugh JACKSON of Ballywooley Co Down & June JACKSON otherwise TODD the wife of the 1st pt. Hugh JACKSON afsd of the 2nd pt. Richard WARING and John BANKHEAD both of Belfast of 3rd pt. Sarah JACKSON, John FERGUSON, & Mary FERGUSON otherwise JACKSON his wife Stuart BELL and Susannah BELL otherwise JACKSON his wife which said Sarah and Mary & Susannah are daughters and younger children of Hugh JACKSON of the 4th pr. For consid of 5s transferred 142a of Ballywooly aka Ballywoolie  Barony of Castlereagh, Co Down to  Richard WARING and John BANKHEAD SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

16e

482

443

312566

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1795 Jan 9

Image 238

BTW James READ of Letmacullan Co. Armagh farmer of 1st pt Samuel CARSON of City of Armagh Surgeon of 2nd pt & Robert McCULLAGH of Clady Co. Armagh Linen Draper of 3rd pt. James REED in consideration of £247.3  paid to Samuel CARSON and in consideration of £94.4.9 paid to James REED sold to Robert McCULLOUGH lands of Letmacullun in Co. Armagh 25a for lives of William REED son of Clement REED then late of Monage Co. Monaghan deceased James REED of Monage brother of said Thomas REED then aged 10 years and of Redy WRIGHT son of Redy WRIGHT of Monoge age abt 14 … WITNESS: John JOHNSTON & Robert McKINSTRY both of City of Armagh Gents Robert McCULLAGH [SEAL]

NOTE: A later Clement READ of Monage married Eliza OLIVER (abt 1813-?) of Aughnamullen Co. Monaghan in 1837 and they seemed to have emigrated to America.

 

482

458

265365

JACKSON,

Mary

 

 

JACKSON-BLAKE Names Index 1786-1794

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