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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. I can be quite blind to my own errors, and do appreciate being able to make corrections
Sharon Oddie Brown
Updated March 13, 2022

 

2020 Books of Deeds 500-619

 

The shading added to certain cells is idiosyncratic. I did it just to jog my own memory.

 

Alerts to myself to follow-up

2022 Additions

 

 

Bk

Pg

Mem

Name

County

Date

Notes

X

500

66

312060

Brown & Donaldson

Louth

Armagh

1795 Feb 13

EASTWOOD-BROWN 1739-1810 Clogher

Kiltybane

Deed 20 August 1794 between James EASTWOOD of Castletown, Co. Louth Clerk of the one part and Alexander BROWN carpenter of the townland of Clogher and William BROWN of Kiltybane, farmer and Alexander DONALDSON of Cloghog, farmer, all in Co. Armagh of the other part.

EASTWOOD demised to Alexander & William BROWN and Alexander DONALDSON all of Kiltybane then in possession of Owen CANAGHER 19 acres 1 rood 10 perches (and also another part 20 acres 1 rood)  by virtue of a lease for 31 years from Nov 1, 1779 19 acres one rood – available after expiration of Owen’s tenure. WITNESS: Timothy O’BRIEN & Joseph DONALDSON of Clough, Farmer. NOTE see marriages in First Armagh Presbyterian and Freeduff BMDs - selected records of pertinent families

 

500

134

312398

 

Armagh

Londonderry

 

Image 399

BT Rev Steward BLACKER of Carrick, Co. Armagh & Rt. Hon Edward CARY of City of Dublin… lands in Coleraine

 

500

325

313362

JACKSON, Edward

Cork

1795 Mar 5

WHITE & ors-HAYDON Names Index 1794- Cattle Park

James WHITE of Cattle Park, Co Cork, Gent ... land of Mullinderry incl 2 grist mills..., Liberties of Kinsale, Barony of Shinalea, Co Cork NOTE: I found no mention of JACKSON.

 

500

374

313638

JACKSON, Robert

 

1795 Jan 14

JAMES-CLENDINNING Names Index 1794-

NOTE: No mention of JACKSON

???

500

469

314237

JACKSON, Thomas

Kings

1794 Mar 5

JACKSON-WHITE Names Index 1794-

Image 567

Thomas JACKSON of Edenderry [Edenderry, Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown],, Kings Co., Shopkeeper and farmer of the one part and John WHITE of Monasteroris [Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown],, Kings Co. of the other part…land previously owned by James FARRELL now in possession of John WHITE containing 132a 1r 38p in Parish Monasteroris Land in Barony Coolistown [Coolestown], Kings Co. for life of Joseph JACKSON of Tincurry Co. Tipperary Woolcomber Isaac JACKSON of Coolegagan Kings Co. Farmer and Thomas JACKSON party thereto & survivor. WITNESS: William EVES and William BARNES both shopkeepers Town of Londonderry [?]. Thomas JACKSON [SEAL]

SEE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

15

500

509

314475

JACKSON, John

Cork

1795 Mar 25

JACKSON-PAYNE Names Index 1794-

John JACKSON debt of 1,794 pounds against Wm HARRIS of Willsfort, Co Cork...recited judgement Mary PAYNE of Irishamuon, Co Cork

 

501

38

317510

JACKSON, James

Down

1787 Nov 5

JACKSON-BIRCH Names Index 1794-

Marr art btw James JACKSON of town of Newtownards, Co Down, Surgeon of the 1st part & Arabella BLACK of Tullindony dau of Joseph BLACK  late of Tullydony  of the 2nd pt & the Rev James BIRCH of Dromora  in sd Co. & Rev Thomas CUMMY of Tullindorry in sd Co of 3rd pt reciting that the said Arabella BLACK is seized of & possessed of by virtue of  a deed of partition bearing date the 9th day of August  1780 that part of Skeagh then in possession of Samuel MAGOWEN & William LIMAN [ aka LEMON?] cont 14 acres  thereabout &  that part of Moygannon then in possession of John ANDREW, William ANDREW, Robert MOORE ? DONELLY & McCUPPAGE cont 10 acres or thereabouts that part of Drumbony then in possession of Wm HERON, Fraser HALL & Wm McMURRY cont 4 acres or thereabout & also those tenements in Town of Dromore then in possession of James WILSON, John CRAIGE & Terrance MAGUIRE and reciting that a marriage is shortly to be had between sd James JACKSON & Arabella BLACK... witness Rev Andrew CRAIG of Lisburn, Co Antrim, Dissenting Minister & ors.... NOTE: I suspect this lot of JACKSONs tie into mine. NOTE: about this time, James JACKSON (1743-1822) of Ballybay married a Sarah BLACK sometime after 1784 (his 2nd wife). SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe NOTE: John JACKSON (1667-1725) had 3 sons who were all doctors. There is a likely connection to him (his brother James who left no issue, was of Newtownards). SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

 

501

156

376345

OLIVER

Armagh

1804, Jan 14

CARSON to OLIVER I have this deed Magherkilcranny

Ennislare

NAMES: Samuel CARSON of Armagh but then of Fredericktown in the state of Maryland, Benjamin OLIVER of Ennislare, Thomas MOOREHEAD, Dillon POLLARD, Richard McCONNELL of Mullavilla, Joseph McCONNELL of Maymount, William OLIVER of City of Armagh (chandler), Thomas APPLEBY, John CORNELL, Michael MAGEE. TOWNLANDS: Ennislare, Magherykillcraney, Farnalay, Mullavilla, Maymount.

 

501

170

321956

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1796 Apr 22

JACKSON-FARRELL Names Index 1794-

#321953 was wrong - it was 321956

Image 104

BTW Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Stationer of 1 pt & John FARRELL of City of Dublin Carpenter of other pt. Reciting lease 31 Dec 1692 of the premes herafter mentioned & James FARRELL of Bow St in City of Dublin painter and stucco man and the said John FARRELL and also reciting that said John FARRELL assigned said premes to Thomas JACKSON for considerations … transfer dwelling house etc on Bow St City of Dublin bounded on east by Bow St on the west by a garden in the possession of Mr. Thomas POTTS on the North by the corner house of Bow St in King St and on the south by Mr. McCOGHLANS Timber yard together with lott of ground being part of the yard … WITNESS: Andrew BUCK of City of Dublin Attorney & Robert BUCK his son. Thomas JACKSON [SEAL].

 

501

338

324579

JACKSON, Robert

Kings

1796 Jul 4

Image 187

BTW John Hubert MOORE City of Dublin Esq of 1st pt. George CARLTON of City of Dublin Esq of other pt. Mills and Mill holdings of Ballindara [aka Ballindarra and/or Ballindarra, Parish Birr, Barony Ballybritt] near Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co. 10a formerly held by Capt PARSONS under lease to him by one of his ancestors Sir Laurence PARSONS Bart … and also triangular lot in Birr otherwise Parsonstown [aka Birr now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], between FALLON [?] later Widow PALMERs & Connaght St commonly known as The Shambles plot by virtue of a lease to Robert JACKSON of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt] Esq. deceased …

NOTE: John Hubert MOORE married Lavinia JACKSON a daughter of James JACKSON of Birr July 1797 SOURCE: Hibernian Magazine.

 

501

418

325446

McCULLAGH

Monaghan

1739-1810

 

MOSSE to McCULLAGH  (TI Bk 45) Edintifinigan

x

501

442

325633

JACKSON, John & ors

Clare

1796 Mar 25

JACKSON-CASEY & ORS Names Index 1794-

John JACKSON of Kilbrush, Co. Clare Gent of 1st pt… demised pt of Ballynareissan held by James CASEY parish of Killinard barony  of Clondoralaw

15

501

484

326187

JACKSON, Christopher & Joseph & ors

Monaghan

1796 Oct 2

JACKSON-WHITSETT

Image 484

Btw Joseph JACKSON of Ellegesh Co. Monaghan gent and Catherine JACKSON otherwise WRIGHT his wife & Christopher JACKSON his eldest son and heir apparent of the 1st part. And William WHITSETT the elder of Kilereen Co Monaghan aforesaid Gent of the other part.. Joseph & Catherine sold part of the lands of Ellegesh otherwise Allegesh otherwise Legesh = 61s 37p [aka Allagesh , Parish Tedavnet] Plantation Measure. WITNESS: Blayney Owen MITCHELL Attorney Dublin & William Owen MITCHELL Attorney at Law & & Joseph WHITSETT….

15

501

575

321036

JACKSON, Christopher & ors

 

 

JACKSON-MITCHELL Names Index 1794-

Wrong # Not on p 575. Numbers skip from 318240 to 321514 on p 94. It was in Bk 491

 

501

576

326983

JACKSON, Joseph & ors

Tipperary

1795 Sep 1

JACKSON Names Index 1794-

Joseph JACKSON of Tincurry, Tiperary Gent of 1 pt & Marcus JACKSON of [Seart?] in said Co Gent of other pt. … town and lands of Seart… details Barony of Iffa and Offa…

15

501

626

327426

JACKSON, George

Kings

1790 Sep 6

JACKSON Names Index 1794-

Wrong number This took me a while to find and correct the reference.

Image 335

BTW George JACKSON of Fancroft Kings Co., Mason of 1 pt & Robert JACKSON of said place Farmer of other pt. George JACKSON assigned to Robert JACKSON a plott of ground then in possession of John CROTTY of Roscrea at yearly rent of £6.8.3 and also the Int of a House and plott of ground then in possession of Mr. John DOOLY of Roscrea at rent of £4.17.10 …  to be settled by said Robert JACKSON on his wife Elizabeth CLARKE otherwise JACKSON for and in consideration of £200 her marriage portion… WITNESS: John CLARK of Deerpark Co. Galway and Hector VAUGHAN then of Fancroft but now of City of Dublin Gent. Memorial WITNESS: John CLARKE & Malachy CARROLL of Roscrea, Co Tipperary Farmer.

NOTE: See: JACKSONs of Ballyboy, Kings Co. aka Offaly & JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkeiran. & Jacksons of Kings Co.. & Minchin Jackson family tree. I suspect these trees have overlaps. .See also PRONI T808/8266 where Hector VAUGHAN is also involved.

15

 

501

647

327614

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1790 Oct 27

JACKSON-PHILLIPS Names Index 1794-

Wrong number ROD: 501-647-327622 was how it was in the index book.

Image 347

Indent deed of Surrender of lease btw Richard JACKSON of North Strand City of Dublin Gent,  of one pt & Henry PHILLIPS of Cardland town City of Dublin… pt of land containing in front to the Circular Road leading from Sumner Hill down to the North Strand cont 35 feet in front and depth of 170 feet… bounded on the west to the Circular  Road aforesaid to the East to a lane leading to a Lime Kiln from Summers Hill on the North to a holding then in possession of John FOREST on the south by a garden now in possession of John FITZPATRICK of Dublin…

15

502

336

324980

JACKSON, Thomas & ors

Dublin

1796 Aug 11

JACKSON-TUDOR Names Index 1794-

Image 535

Btw Thomas JACKSON of Dublin bookseller of the 1st pt. Thomas TUDOR of City of Dublin Glover & Charlotte TUDOR youngest daughter of the sd Thomas TUDOR of the 2nd pt. and Richard TUDOR Of City of Dublin Goldsmith of 3rd pt. Marriage to be btw Thomas JACKSON & Charlotte TUDOR… see also will of her (presumably late) mother) … and reciting that by deed bearing equal date Thomas JACKSON secured to his three children by the late Jane JACKSON otherwise CASH £300 …. Also £300 Bond to secure for Charlotte TUDOR and any issue of theirs …WITNESS John CASH of City of Dublin Gent & John ROBINSON…. SEE: Descendants of Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin & Delgany, Co. Wicklow.

16e

502

336

324981

JACKSON, Thomas & ors

Dublin

 

JACKSON-CASH Names Index 1794- Not in this book – but probably 502-336-324980

16e

502

356

328018

OLIVER, Joseph etc

Armagh

1796 Apr 21

Image 473

BTW John OLIVER, Mary OLIVER and Elizabeth OLIVER son daughters & Admons of Joseph OLIVER late of Ballinahonebeg Co. Armagh Gent. Of 1 pt & John SCOTT of Umgola Co. Armagh Gent of other pt.  OLIVERs demised Small Island at the foot of the wier of Ballynahonebeg in River Callan btw lands of Ballinahonebeg and lands of Kennedies belonging to said lands of Kennedies in possession of OLIVERs containing 1 rood and marked “Island” in Map of Ballynahonebeg to hold for 19 years … lease under Vicars Choral of Armagh and John SCOTT paying a pepper corn on every renewal. WITNESS: Andrew OLIVER of City of Armagh chandler & Thomas PRENTICE of Armagh, Co. Armagh Merchant.

SEE also: ROD: 492-356-328028

 

502

391

325443

McCULLAGH

Monaghan

1796 Jul 8

MOSSE-McCULLAGH Notes in 2009 diary Book 45 (1739-1810) Drummuck, Shantenagh,

Between Rev. Charles MOSSE, City of Dundalk surviving trustee … estate of Thomas TENISON of Rosefield, Co. Monaghan, Esq. .. (to be sold for part of debts) of 2nd part & James McCULLAGH of Shantenagh, Co. Monaghan Gent of 3rd part … whereby the said Charles MOSSE in consideration of £1280 pd by James McCULLAGH and by and with the consent of Thos TENISON … sell to James McCULLAGH … town and lands of Drummuck. WITNESS [?] Owen MITCHELL of City of Dublin attorney at Law & Philip WALTERS of Town & Co. Carlow.

 

502

460

326030

JACKSON,

Lucy & John &ors

Clare

1791 Oct 1

JACKSON-Marriage Articles Names Index 1794-

John JACKSON sr. of Millslaugh, Co. Clare & daughter Lucy JACKSON marrying Robert FITZGERALD

NAMES: Robert FITZGERALD of Newhall, Co. Clare; John JACKSON sr., Lucy JACKSON; James HUGH; Jonas BLACKALE. PLACES: Millslaugh, Donbury, Corbally, Querrin, Dreogh, Leadgane, Garanatoly. Ballymaornan.

NOTE: See also John JACKSON of Kilrush, Co. Clare.

d

502

460

326187

JACKSON, Catherine & ors Wright & ors

Monaghan

1796

JACKSON-WHITSETT Names Index 1794- Wrong # NOTE: Bk 502 goes from 326183 to 326188 SEE: SEE: ROD 501-484-326187

Btw Joseph JACKSON of Ellegesh Co. Monaghan gent and Catherine JACKSON otherwise WRIGHT his wife & Christopher JACKSON his eldest son an heir apparent of the 1st part. And William WHITSETT the elder of Kileren Co Monaghan aforesaid Gent of the other part.. Joseph & Catherine sold part of the lands of Ellegesh otherwise Allegesh otherwise Legesh = 61s 37p Plantation Measure. WITNESS: Blayney Owen MITCHELL Attorney Dublin & William Owen MITCHELL Attorney at Law & & Joseph WHITSETT….

16e

503

297

323752

JACKSON, Henry & ors

Dublin

1796 Jun 23

JACKSON-FERRIS Names Index 1794-

Image 166

An indenture of a lease between Henry JACKSON of the City of Dublin ironmonger of the one part and Barnet FERRIS of the said city ironmonger of the other part. Whereby it is witnessed that for and in consideration of the sum of £500 and also for and in condition of the rent and covenants therein reserved and contained the said Henry JACKSON did demise grant set let unto the said Barnet FERRIS all that dwellinghouse and Messuage and tenement, No 86 situate on the South side of Pill Lane in the city of Dublin wherein the said Henry JACKSON lately dwelt together with the house of ease and yard there unto belonging. And also all that dwellinghouse messuage and tenement No 87 adjoining thereunto on the South side of Pill Lane aforesaid as lately possessed by said Henry JACKSON, together with the backside thereunto belonging and the warehouse on the South side of Messuage leading from Mountrath Street toward warehouse which said warehouse is bounded on the East by a stable and warehouse formerly in possession of Mister NESBITT and now in possession of Peter COOKE on the West by the dwellinghouse formerly possessed by Mister GORMAN and now possessed by Leonard John LONG watchmaker on the North by said passage and on the South by the yards of the houses including North Street together with the use and free liberty of said passage to said warehouse. To hold and demised premises with the appurtenances unto the said Barnet FERRIS his executors and assigns from the 24th 25th day of March then last for the term of 27 years at the yearly rent of £80 payable quarterly as therein mentioned in which said indenture of lease other clauses covenants are contained and the same are the Memorial are witnessed by Hugh JACKSON and Anthony CARROLL, both of the city of Dublin gents. Barnet FERRIS. Seal. Signed and sealed in the presence of Hugh JACKSON and Anthony CARROLL. SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe

 

503

460

324915

 

Armagh

1796 May 1

Image 250

Btw William POOLER of Ballycrummy Co. Armagh, Gent of the 1st pt & Esther WALKER of City of Armagh, Co. Armagh of 2nd pt spinster of the other pt. For consideration of 50 pounds POOLER to WALKER part of the lands of Ballycrummy 11a 2r English Measure formerly assigned by George POOLER to William POOLER WITNESS: Edward [ATKINSON?] & John JONSTON both of Armagh City, Gents.. Memorial WITNESS: John JOHNSTON & Henry JOHNSTON

 

503

460

324917

OLIVER

Down

1796 Feb 17

Image 250

Btw Andrew OLIVER of Parish of Drumbo, Co. Down, Carpenter of 1st pt  & Rev. Samuel HANNA of Parish of Dumbo,. Co. Down [Barony Castlereagh Upper ] of the other pt. whereby after reciting as there in is recited the said Andrew OLIVER for the considerations therein mentioned did grant bargain sell alien release and confirm under the said Samuel HANNA 9 acres Cunningham Measure of the land in his possession with all the lands therein excepting the kitchen and the room next widow McKEES house and as some is now in the actual possession of Samuel HANNA situate in the parish of Drumbaud County of Down aforesaid to hold to the life of said Andrew OLIVER being a life now in being and for which said premises with others are had in under John HUNTER, Esquire subject to aforementioned part of the said reserved and made payable under said original lease which deed of release is witnessed by Joshua SHEPHERD of Lisburn in the County of Antrim gent. And by Samuel WEARING of Lisbrennan aforesaid publican and this Memorial is witnessed by the said Samuel WEARING and William [KENNEDY?] Of Lisbrennan aforesaid. Gent. Attorney at law. Samuel HANNA. Seal. In the presence of Samuel WEARING and William KENNEDY and the above named Samuel WEARING.

 

504

80

3265327

JACOB, Francis & wife

Wicklow

 

JACKSON-JACOB Names Index 1794-

Wrong #

 

504

132

324928

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1796 Oct 13

JACKSON-TRESHAM Names Index 1794-

Btw Richard JACKSON, City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt & Edward TRESHAM of Carolie Row City of Dublin Gent of the other. JACKSON demised ground on front of Circular Rd bounded on the west to Circular Road  on the east to Clarence ST…

16e

504

132

325920

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1796 Oct 13

JACKSON-DICKINSON Names Index 1794-

Btw Richard JACKSON, City of Dublin Gent  of 1 pt  - Another Circular Rd deed

16e

504

192

326727

McCULLAGH

Kilkenny

1796 Nov 12

McCULLOGH Edwd to CARLETON & anr1794-1799

Edward McCULLOGH of Ballyconna [?] Co Kilkenny

 

16e

504

278

327487

 

Monaghan

1796 Dec 13

Lord BELMORE-CRAWFORD Book 45 (1739-1810) 1739-1810 Cornrecarrow

.. George CRAWFORD of Cherryvale Linen draper of other pt… town and lands of Cornacarry cont by est 400 A Irish measure, Barony Cremorne Co Monaghan. NOTE: No mention of OLIVERs.

16e

504

282

327510

JACKSON, Thomas & ors

Kings

1796 Dec 14

JACKSON Names Index 1794-

Image 471

Btw Thomas JACKSON of Edenderry[Edenderry, Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown],  Kings Co Merchant of the 1 pt & Isaac JACKSON Cooleyegorn [Coolygagan, Clonsast, in the Barony of Coolestown]  Kings Co Gent of the other pt.  Reciting indented deed of release 2 Apr 1772 Sir William PARSONS of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co Bart released to Samuel PEARSON of Clonin [Parish Ballyburly, Barony Warrenstown] Kings Co 311 ½ acres of lands and towns of Clonad [Clonad, Parish Clonsast,] & Ballynamadagh [possibly Ballynanum] in Barony of Coolys town [Coolestown], Kings Co. for natural lives of him Samuel PEARSON, Samuel BOARDMAN son of Joseph BOARDMAN of Jonestown [Jonestown, Parish Ballymacwilliam, Barony Warrenstown], Kings Co., Gent & John THACKER  2nd son of John THACKER of Booleybog, Co Kildare Gent… Thomas JACKSON had attained the renewal for the life of Anthony JACKSON 2nd son of Thomas JACKSON in the place of Samuel PEARSON deceased… in consid of sum of 3,541  pounds 15s  8 1/2d. to him pd by sd Isaac JACKSON aforementioned townlands.

 NOTE: Isaac JACKSON (1723-1807) was a son of Thomas JACKSON & Mary BOARDMAN (1694-174). Her brother and nephew were both named Joseph BOARDMAN. Anthony JACKSON (1783-1859) was a son of Thomas JACKSON (1732-1798) & Bridget ROBINSON (1748-1816) SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

16e

504

442

333421

 

Armagh

1797 Jan 30

 

POOLER-WAUGH 1739-1810

Image 550

BTW George POOLER of Ballycromey [Ballycrummy, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Co. Armagh Gent of 1 pt & John WAUGH of Armagh, Co. Armagh Merchant of the other pt. Reciting that Elizabeth POOLER late of Tullymore [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh], Co. Armagh by her will left to her nephew George POOLER a legacy £6 a year so long as the lease of Tullymore shall last. George POOLER in consideration of £50 paid by John WAUGH assigned to John WAUGH … WITNESS: John SINGLETON Armagh, Co. Armagh Merchant & John MOSSON of same Gent.

T1

505

28

322056

McCULLAGH, John

Down

1795 Mar 16

Recites Wills HILL Earl of Hillsborough granted 3 acres in Drumnahare to Hugh CUPPLES of Drumnahare, Aghaderg, Co Down and Hugh CUPPLES sold it to Samuel SEAUGHT on 22/02/1788 for £43; to Samuel SEAUGHT leased to John McCULLAGH of Lisnagade, Aghaderg, Co Down. WITNESS: James McCULLAGH. PMcW

 

505

49

322470

OLIVER WILSON, Robert

Armagh

1789 April 15

WILSON –OLIVER Ballinahonebeg Bleach Mill Green

NOTES: Deed of Assignment between Robert WILSON the younger of Tandragee in Parish & County of Armagh Cloth merchant of the one part and Arthur OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg in the Parish & County  aforesaid, Farmer of the other part. Wherin is recited that Robert WILSON the elder of Tandragee aforesaid deceased did by deed bearing date 1st August 1765 in consideration of the sum of £370 did sell unto Benjamin OLIVER his exec ... all that part of Ballinahonebeg containing 10 acres 2 roods together with the mill and water dam and water course leading from same to the River Callan ... & a liberty of washing rubbing and beetling all cloth in said  Mill which he the said Robert WILSON the elder or Robert WILSON the younger his son shall have bleaching each day in case of an insufficiency of water there and said deed witnesseth that said Robert WILSON the younger in consideration of £5 sterling to be paid by Arthur OLIVER did sell transfer and make over unto the said Andrew OLIVER his exec ... all the liberty of Beetling, Washing & rubbing cloth at said mill of Ballinahonebeg which his father Robert WILSON the elder hd resd to hold to the asid Arthur OLIVER his exec ... every right title, etc. in said Mill which he might have and claim which assignment is witnessed by Joseph OLIVER & John OLIVER both of Ballinahonebeg aforesaid Gentlemen and this memorial witnessed by the said John OLIVER & John McDAD of Lehnacollum in Co. Armagh, millright. Robert WILSON [SEAL] Signed in Armagh 9 May 1796. SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

 

505

183

324996

Bostick

 

 

JACKSON-BATT Names Index 1794-

Wrong ref

15

???

505

305

326186

JACKSON, Joseph & ors

Monaghan

1796 Oct 5

JACKSON-WHITESETT [aka WHITSETT] Names Index 1794-

Catherine JACKSON

Image 161

A Memorial of a deed whereby Joseph JACKSON the younger of Ellegesh [aka Allagesh, Parish Tedavnet] in the County of Monaghan and Elizabeth JACKSON of the same spinster his sister in consideration of the sum of £300 paid them by the said William WHITTSHEAD did set release discharge etc the sum of £300 the said lands of Ellegesh which sum was charged thereon for the younger children of Joseph JACKSON the elder of Ellegesh and said Catherine JACKSON otherwise WRIGHT his wife certain deeds of lease and release entered into previously to the [?] of the said Joseph JACKSON the elder and Catherine JACKSON bearing date the 13th or 14th days of October 1768 and made between Joseph JACKSON the elder, now deceased the said Joseph JACKSON the younger and now the elder, then both both of Roylan in County Fermanagh gent of the first part. France’s right of Ellegesh in the County of Monaghan unto the said Catherine JACKSON then WRIGHT, spinster one of the daughters of the said Christopher WRIGHT of the second part Charles EVARTS late of Mount Lewis and Nicholas [FULFORD?] Late of Nenagh both in the County Monaghan, and now deceased of the third part, and which said … Thereof by the said Joseph JACKSON the younger and Elizabeth JACKSON is witnessed by Blayney Owen MITCHELL and William Owen MITCHELL, attorneys at law. Seal. Elizabeth JACKSON. NOTE: Roylan is likely Rellan, Parish of Clones, Barony Clankelly.

 

505

353

326570

JACKSON, William

Cork

1796 Oct 10

JACKSON-REA Names Index 1794-

Wm JACKSON of Youghall, Co. Cork Esq. & Catherine REA said town widow of the other… John REA late of Youghall deceased… plot of land adjoining the Clock Castle

15

506

95

328017

OLIVER, John

Armagh

1797 Jan 17

OLIVER – SCOTT I have this deed. Ballinahonebeg Bleach Mill Green, Kennedies

NOTES: A memorial of a deed bearing date 17th Jan 1797 made between John OLIVER Mary OLIVER and Elizabeth OLIVER both of Ballinahonebeg, Co. Armagh and John SCOTT of Umgola, Co. Armagh. Reciting that the said John, Mary & Eliza OLIVER had deemed part of the lands of Ballinahonebeg aforesaid with the bleach mills, Mill dam, weir and water course therto belonging with several other things - Reserving thereat Liberty to convey the water from the Mills in the lands of Kennedies then in the possession of William GARVINs [well?] And reciting that it was intended by said parties to said lease that the Current of Water in said dam should be Contd to flow and run in the same bed it now occupies so that the Mill is said demise be not injured by any decision or [?] thereof. Whereby the said John and Mary & Eliza OLIVER to prevent misconstruction of this said recd Lease and in consideration did agree with the said John SCOTT ... [water rights] Witness: John PRENTICE & William SLOAN, both merchants of Armagh. John SCOTT [SEAL]

 

506

120

378210

JACKSON, Michael

Queens

1787 Nov 12

MITCHELL – JACKSON Bk 16 1739-1810

Image 388

Lease btw Humphry MITCHELL of Graigue, Queens Co. Gent of the 1 pt & Michael JACKSON Quarter Master in his Majesty’s Regiment of Calvary of the other pt. .. demised to JACKSON plot of land in Graigue called  Sir William Vigor BURDOTTs plot being one dwelling house, offices, tan yard, & garden bordered on the front and partly East by the Great Road leading to Collieries on the West and rere by the back road leading to Alexander [DERRIG?] on the north by the lane leading from the Great Road  to Alexander DERRIGs and on the south by the Division Wall of Coopers Concern to hold to said Michael JACKSON for his heirs etc for lives of William JACKSON, Robert JACKSON his Eldest son & Samuel JACKSON his 2nd son at the yearly rent of 50 pounds with a Covenant of perpetual renewal… WITNESS: Samuel CORBETT & James BRUSH of City of Dublin jeweler and Samuel JACKSON of Town of Carlow, Gent.

SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Carlow – various trees

NOTE: My hunch is that they will turn out to be related to  JACKSONs of Pimlicoe

NOTE: There are 5 townlands named Graigue, in Leix (Queens Co.)  but given the description, I believe that it was Graigue, Parish Killeshin, Barony of Slievemargy. It is described here: Graigue,

 

506

146

328158

McCULLAGH

Monaghan

1739-1810

McCULLAGH-HAMILTON Ednaferkin

Book 45 (1739-1810) Not pg 146 nor deed 328158

 

506

156

328476

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1797 Feb 8

JACKSON-DICKINSON Names Index 1794-

Between Richard JACKSON of the North Strand near Summerhill in Co. & City of Dublin, Gent & Thomas DICKINSON of Caroline Row in City of Dublin, Gent. Richard JACKSON leased to Thomas DICKINSON land front to the Circular Road leading from Summerhill down to the Strand 67’ ... border on each by Clarence Street on north to holding in possession of Thomas DICKINSON & on south by house and garden now in possession of John FITZPATRICK. WITNESS: Humphry HOLDING & Edgar DICKINSON of City of Dublin, Gent.

 

506

230

329292

JACKSON, James

Down

1797

Mar 17

JACKSON-SAVAGE Names Index 1794-

Btw James JACKSON of Newtownards Co. Down Surgeon of the one part and James SAVAGE of Ballyliedy Co Down of the other… lease for a year, townland of Ballysallagh Major, Parish of Bangor, Co. Down cont 70 acres…

15

506

243

329353

JACKSON, Andrew & John & ors

Down

1797 Feb 18

JACKSON-DURNEN or DUNIER Names Index 1794-

Btw John JACKSON and Andrew JACKSON both of Ballygraney Farmers Executors and Administrators of the last will and testament of John JACKSON late of Ballygraney deceased of the 1 pt. & William DENNER [?]  of Belfast Co Antrim [Natlemiat?] of the other pt. John JACKSON and Andrew JACKSON did demise for 300 pounds piece of ground on the north side of Castle Street in town of Belfast containing in front next the sd st 54 feet or thereabouts with the entrance or passage leading into Hercules Lane towards Rosemary Lane 22 feet or thereabouts … subject to yearly rent of 20 pounds 10s 6d NOTE: Andrew JACKSON is probably of Ballygrainey; died 11 Feb 1840 aged 75; husband of Mary who d. 12 Jun 1823 aged 49; father of James & Mary (d. 1828 aged 15) & Andrew (d. 1851 aged 41) & John (d. 1881 aged 74) ; buried Holywood parish graveyard

16e

506

502

333967

JACKSON, Thomas

Kings

Westmeath

1782 May 18

JACKSON-ROBINSON Names Index 1794-

Btw Thomas JACKSON the elder and Thomas JACKSON the younger both of Londonderry [?], Kings Co. Gents,  of the 1st part & Biddy ROBINSON spinster daughter of Anthony ROBINSON late of [?] Co Westmeath Gent deceased of the 2nd pt & Anthony ROBINSON of Moat Co Westmeath and John BOARDMAN of Jonestown [Jonestown, Parish Ballymacwilliam, Barony Warrenstown], Kings Co of the 3rd pt. … many lands incl Monasterosis [Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown],, also mention of Richard JACKSONNOTE: Biddy aka Bridget ROBINSON (1748-1816) SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs.

16e

507

292

328359

McCULLAGH, Thomas

Ednafirkin

1797 Feb 6

McCULLAGH - BROWN townland index NOTES done before 20091739-1810 (TI Bk 45)

Lease made between Thomas McCULLAGH of Derryvalley in the Parish of Tullycorbet of Co. Monaghan Gent of the one part and William BROWN of Ednafikin Parish & Co. aforesaid, Farmer of the other part. Whereby the said Thomas McCULLAGH did demise unto the said William BROWN all that ... Lands of Ednafirkin ... now in the actual possession of the said Wm BROWN containing 20 acres Irish plantation measure ... during the natural life and lives [Archibald?] BROWN son to John BROWN and James HAMILTON son to Alexander HAMILTON all of Ednafirkin aforesaid and James McMURRAY son to Andrew McMURRAY of Ballybay Parish & County aforesaid Surgeon ... pursuant to a covenant of a perpetual renewal ... rent £16 11 shillings & one halfpenny ... witnessed by James McCULLAGH of Shantona & Francis McCABE of Ballybay, both of Co. Monaghan. Thomas McCULLAGH. William BROWN. 30 Dec 1796.

x

507

322

328475

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1796 Feb 8

JACKSON-DICKINSON Names Index 1794-Btw Richard JACKSON of North Strand Engraver City of Dublin of the 1 pt & Thomas DICKINSON of Caroline [Tew} Gent of other pt…. sale of land on fronting on Circular Road lading from Summerhill down to the North Strand 67 feet and a half and in rere a like number  and from front to rere 130 feet with two new dwelling houses bounded on the west to the Circular Road  on the east to Clarence St on the north to a holding of George McCUTCHEON…

16e

507

475

329293

JACKSON, James

Down

1796 Feb 11

JACKSON-FERGUSON Names Index 1794-

Btw James JACKSON of Newtownards Co Down Surgeon & Apothecary of the 1 pt & Henry FERGUSON of Castleweary Co Down  of the other. In consid of 100 pounds tenement lying on south side of Greenville St  in Newtownards….

16e

507

482

329340

JACKSON, Robert & ors

Armagh

1797 Mar 20

JACKSON-CUST Names Index 1794-

Image 255

Robert JACKSON of City of Armagh Esq. of 1 pt & Amaretta CUST of same City spinster of 2nd pt … lands of Ballynickle for £525.5.4 deed 1721 Oct 25… earlier deed John BOND & Samuel KNIPE … Hannah KERR …

16e

508

39

327818

OLIVER

Armagh

1796 Jun 1

1739-1810

Image 337

John OLIVER of Ballynahonebeg, Co Armagh Linen Draper of the 1 pt & Peter GERVAISE of City of Armagh Esq. of 2nd pt.

1/2/07/1786 Reg 5/07/1789
Lease & Release
John OLIVER Ballyhohonebegg, Armagh, Linen Draper 1P
Peter GERVAIS, City of Armagh, Esq 2P
Recites: Joshua HOUSTON was seized of premises in fee. By deed (29/01/1708) conveyed same to Jane Houston.
s'd Jane by deed (25/11/1794) conveyed same to s'd Jane Houston OLIVER, party thereto,
& by s'd deed of which this is a memorial the s'd (Jane? &) John OLIVER for £811 by Peter GERVAIS granted to him:
The two tenements in Abbey St, Armagh (TOOLES tenements) (Occupant adj W Rev'd Sam'l GERVAIS)( Occupant adj E Mr WILKINSON)( Occupant adj S John McBONES) W Abbey St
+ bog in Drumcoote occupied by s's Toole
+ Knockadrane tenements, Former Occupants James Campbell, William Johnston & Patk CURRY
+ tenement (Former Occupants George WALKER) Former Occupants adj N McCANTY, Former Occupants S&W Thos RUTTLEDGE
DWMW Wm McWILLIAMS, Arm
DW Robert LIVINGSTONE, Arm
DWMW Robert McKinstry, Arm, Att'y

The pg #23 is as recorded in this index. It was actually #39. NOTE: This is likely the John OLIVER of Ballynahonebeg, son of Joseph OLIVER (1727-1795) & Jane OATS (1728-1786. It is possible that John OLIVER married Jane HOUSTON and that she was possibly a daughter of Joshua and Jane. Need to also see HOUSTON – HOUSTON 350-178-234939 and LODGE – GERVAISE 357-356-241039

LDS

508

113

328272

JACKSON, George

Antrim

1797 Jan 10

JACKSON-CLARKE Names Index 1794-

Image 374

Btw George JACKSON of Steeple Co Antrim Gent of 1 pt & Jackson CLARKE of Massarene Co Antrim Esq of other pt. … Majesty’s Court of Common Pleas … demised with proclamations to be thereupon had according to the form of the statute in that case made and provided of 20 Messuages 20 cottages 30 lofts 10 gardens five orchards three Mills 3 pigeon houses 100 acres of arable land 50 acres of Meadow 100 acres of pasture 20 acres of wood and Underwood 30 acres of Fuzse and Heath and 40 acres of Moore and Marsh with the appurtenances and all that the several parts and parcels of land formerly in possession of Peter JACKSON deceased commonly known as Steeple farm as well as to have tenements on the North side of the street of Antrim for me in the possession of James KING, merchant and his undertenants as also 14 acres of land English measure more or less formerly in the occupation of William WALLACE being part of Venables called Kings tenements are situate lying and being in the County Antrim aforesaid and the rents etc and profits  … . To the only use and be who from said George JACKSON and his heirs for ever. Witnessed William WILLIAMSON of Antrim and Roger CASEMENT of Ballymena, both in the County Antrim, Gents. Memorial witnessed by said Roger CASEMENT and Samuel FINISTON of Brickart Co. Antrim farmer. Jackson Clarke. SEAL. SEE: JACKSONS of Steeple

Crossle note

BTW George JACKSON of Steeple Co. Antrim Gent of 1 pt & Jackson CLARK of Massarene, Co. Antrim of the other pt. … George JACKSON would be free re a fine upon parcels of land formerly a portion of Peter JACKSONs lands commonly known as the Steeple farm

LDS

508

122

328438

 

Cavan

1777 Apr 12

Image 379

Made btw Rev. Joseph PRATT of Cabra Castle Co. Cavan Clke, and Mervyn PRATT of the same Esq of 1 pt & Rev. Wm MOORE, then of the Poles, Co. Meath Clk of other pt. … lands of Corglass Parish Enniskeen, Co. Cavan … for lives of William MOORE one of the parties, and James IRWIN eldest son of Arthur IRWIN of the Poles, Co. Meath farmer aged about 5 years & Thomas CRAFFORD eldest son of George CRAFFORD [aka CRAWFORD] of Loughagish, Co. Monaghan farmer aged about 8 years … [much more detail incl limestone]

NOTE: Mervyn PRATT (1807-1890) married Madeline Eglantine JACKSON (1816-1899). SEE: JACKSONs of Enniscoe and Carramore, Co. Mayo

 

508

123

328490

JACKSON, John & ors

Clare

1796 Sep 22

JACKSON-MARTIN Names Index 1794-

Image 383

John JACKSON of Kilrush in Co Clare Esq. & Robert JACKSON of Kilrush Esq. eldest son of sd John JACKSON of 1st pt. George MARTIN of Groghans & Robert FITZGERALD of Newhall Co Clare Esq of 2nd pt Mary DAVOREN eldest daughter of James DAVOREN late of Derry Esq deceased of 3rd pt. Marriage to be btw Robert JACKSON and Mary DEVEREN… lots of lands in Co. Clare

16e

508

254

330157

JACKSON, Joseph & ors

Tipperary

1797 May 12

JACKSON & ORS Names Index 1794-

Btw Joseph JACKSON of Tenecurry Co Tipperary of 1st pt. Thomas JACKSON eldest son of sd Joseph JACKSON of 2nd pt. Rachell MALCOMSON of Clonmel Co Tipperary spinster of 3rd pt…. marriage btw Thomas JACKSON and Rachael MALCOMSON (more details)… marriage portion 1,800 pounds

SEE: Quaker JACKSONs

16e

508

254

331200

JACKSON,

Johanne & Henry & Peter

 

 

JACKSON-BYRNE Names Index 1794- Not in this book

???

508

415

331301

Jackson, Westley

Kings

1796 Jul 19

Image 527

Deed of Declaration of a discharge of Trust. 1790 Jun 10.  Executed by John RYALL of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt] Kings Co., woolmaker & Stephen BIRR [sic] of Birr Land Surveyor son of Bartholomew EAGAN late of said Town & Co. Aledraper deceased … John RYALL was a lessee in lease dated 28 Jun 1776 made btw Westley JACKSON son and heir of James JACKSON late of Birr Kings Co. Gent deceased & James JACKSON of Birr Gent one of the executors principal trustee and administrator of will of James JACKSON deceased of 1 pt. Westly JACKSON and James JACKSON demised to John RYALL the house where Bartholomew EAGAN lived with the stable out offices yard with a full gateway for carriages and horses on Main Street in town of Birr Barony Ballybritt, Kings Co. for lives of George RYALL eldest son of John RYALL, Patrick CARROL son of John CARROLL of Birr Dealer & Stephen EAGAN son of Bartholomew EAGAN … Stephen EAGAN since the decease of his father [WITNESS] Elizabeth EAGAN [daughter of Bartholomew EAGAN]… John MALLON the elder of Streamstown [Streamstown, Parish Reynagh, Barony Garrycastle,  OR Streamstown, Parish Drumcullen, Barony Eglish] Kings Co. Gent & James HEENAN of Birr, Scrivener. Memorial witnessed by George RIALL of Birr watchmaker John RIALL [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkeiran. [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt]

 

509

88

329971

JACKSON, Thomas

Kings

1797 Feb 3

Image 88

BTW Joseph WHITE of Harolds Cross Co. Dublin of 1 pt & George WHITE of Harolds Cross Gent of other pt. Reciting 21 Feb 1773 … lease for lives renewable for ever under Thomas JACKSON Esq. the Cabbin and small garden immediately adjoining the Bare Wall of the Garden of the said house which was then in possession of Joseph WHITE …Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co.

 

509

108

329689

BARTLEY

McCULLAGH

Monaghan

1784-1799

BARTLEY - MCCULLAGH

Regd 22d April 1797

A Memorial of an Indented Deed of Release bearing date the thirteenth day of April one thousd seven hund and Ninety seven made betwn Geo. Bartley of the town and Co. of Monaghan Esqr. Dr. of Phisic of the one part and Thos McCullagh of Derryvalley in Co. Monaghan Gent of the other part Whereby after reciting as therein recited He the sd Geo. Bartley for Considns therein mentd did grant assign Release and Confirm unto sd Thos McCullagh his Heirs and Asss All that and those that part of the lands of Dunremon and Lossets formerly demised to Jas Wilson decd therein mentd by a certain Indre of lease therein recited and then in possn of sd Thos McCullagh and his Undertenants cont. by Estmn fifty five acres Irish Plantn measure or thereabts should the same be more or less sit. lying  and being in the Manor of Derry and Co. of Monaghan with the Apps To have and To hold the aforesd part of sd lands of Dunremond and Lossets with the apps unto sd Thos McCullogh his Heirs and Asss for ever subject to the paymt of eighteen pounds ten shils and five pence yearly part of an Anny of Thirty pounds therein mentd payable to Grace Bashford therein named during her life and to one anny of a certain yearly Chief rent of Nineteen shils [?] payable to his Majesty and his Successors for ever out of sd lands which sd Deed contains sevl Covts and Agreemts and the same was duly Executed by the partys thereto and this Meml was duly signed and Sealed by sd Geo. Bartley in presence of Blayney Owen Mitchell Attry at Law & Wm Mitchell of the town of Monaghan Not. Pub.  Geo. Bartley Seal …

 

509

219

330567

JACKSON, Anne

Antrim

1796 Oct 5

Crossle notes

RT Hon Arthur Morgan of Donegal of one pt; Anne JACKSON of Dunmurry, Co. Antrim of other pt  part of land of Dunmurry 53a 3r 32p

 

509

269

331526

OLIVER

Monaghan

1797 Sept 5

CRAWFORD, George of Cherryvale-McTEAR, David – Belfast 1739-1810 Laragh, Aughnamullen  No need for more notes re: OLIVER

 

509

282

331665

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1797 Sep 20

JACKSON-MAGUIRE Names Index 1794-

Deed of mortgage between Henry JACKSON of the city of Dublin merchant of the one part and Elizabeth MAGUIRE of said city of Dublin widow of the other part. Whereby after reciting that by indenture of release bearing date the 10th day of June, 1789 the honourable Thomas BARNWELL commonly called Lord TRIMBLESTOWN since deceased and for the consideration therein mentioned demised the Mill and Mill holding of Clonskeagh otherwise Glanskeagh [Parish of Donnybrook, Barony Dublin] then late in possession of Lord TRIMBLESTOWN containing 7 acres or thereabouts, and then in possession of said Henry JACKSON, situated lying and being in the County of Dublin. To hold the said Henry JACKSON his heirs and assigns for the term and the yearly rent therein and by said deed of which this is a Memorial the said Henry JACKSON in consideration of £800 to him paid by Elizabeth MAGUIRE grant bargain sell release and confirm unto the said Elizabeth MAGUIRE in actual possession then being by virtue of the bargain and sale there in mentioned. All that and those the said Mill and Mill holding of Clonskeagh otherwise Glanskeagh  containing 7 acres or thereabouts situate lying and being in the County of Dublin, and all buildings and improvements mirrored there on and all and singular the rights, members and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining. To hold to said Elizabeth MAGUIRE heirs executors administrators and assigns from thence fourth for and during the life and term free years, then to come etc etc in case the interest of said sum of £800 shall be paid have yearly the principal shall not be called on 45 years from the date of the deed which said deed and this Memorial is witnessed by William THOMPSON of the city of Dublin merchant and Jacob William JACKSON of said city gent. Henry JACKSON. Seal. Signed and sealed in presence of William THOMPSON, Jacob William JACKSON.

 

509

321

332389

BRADFORD

Louth

Monaghan

1796 Jan 13

BRADFORD & HENRY – Marr. Settlement 1739-1810 (TI Bk 73) Cavananore Annavacky

NAMES: Samuel BRADFORD; Margaret HENRY; Mary HENRY; John HENRY; David JACKSON; James TAYLOR; William HUNTER. PLACES: Knockreaghs, Co. Monaghan; Annavackey, Co. Louth.

d

509

435

335033

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1796 Dec 24

McCULLOGH James to LEE  NOTES in 2009 diary 1794-1799

James McCULLAGH, City of Dublin, Stucco Plasterer & Edward LEE of same City WITNESS incl. John HAWKINS, City of Dublin

 

510

32

328003

JACKSON, Joseph

Monaghan

1794 Jul 22

JACKSON-CORRIGAN Names Index 1794-

Image 320

Btw Joseph JACKSON of Elligash [Alligash] & John CORRIGAN of same town Parish of Tydonnett, Co Monaghan. For consid of 6 pounds  7s  6p pd yearly for 21 years Joseph JACKSONs life. Elligesh then in said James CORRIGANs possession. WITNESS: James CORRIGAN of Harmony Court, Parish Tedavnet & Memorial WITNESS: Robert KING of Monaghan City, Co. Monaghan

 

510

33

328019

OLIVER, John Mary & Elizabeth

Armagh

1796 April 1

OLIVER –SCOTT Ballinahonebeg Bleach Mill Green

Indenture of Lease between John OLIVER, Mary & Elizabeth OLIVER son and daughters and also admons of Joseph OLIVER late of Ballinahonebeg aforesaid Gent, deceased on the one part & John SCOTT of Umgola, Co. Armagh [SEE Deed 328019 - same agreement extra details] 10 acres  roods 15 perches with the Mansion House and offices & all lands [?] & all other buildings and improvements thereon: Garden, Bleach Green, Bleaching Utensils & Machinery theron said premises all water & water courses, mill dams, mill tail race & waste water course & also that small park on the other side the River opposite said Bleach Green containing 3 acres & 17 perches more or less to hold for 19 years from 1 Nov ... yearly rent of £62. Witness Andrew OLIVER & Thomas PRENTICE both of City of Armagh, Gent. John SCOTT [SEAL] Jan. 1797. SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

 

510

118

329234

JACKSON, George

Antrim

1797 Mar 13

JACKSON-His will Names Index 1794-

Image 364

Memorial of Will of George Jackson of Steeple

George JACKSON of Steeple, Parish & Co Antrim to his dear mother Ann JACKSON the provision made to her by the will of his father Mr. Peter JACKSON, dec’d £40 paid from funds out lands of Steeple and Kings Tenements in Town of Steeple... He gave and bequeathed to Mrs. Elinor BLAIR the house wherein she then resided and £30 paid out of Steeple lands & Kings Tenement and immediately after her death that her daughters Armanilla and Catherine BLAIR should receive equal portions of her £30 share and share alike. He gave and bequeathed to his good friend Jackson CLARKE of Massarene right to tenement called LINDSAYS. … bequeathed to James STEEN of Bogghead and & John BORNIE[?] of Dunminning both in Co. Antrim Linen drapers, funds in trust to William CLARK brother of Jackson CLARK [related to his father’s will] Will was signed 14 Feb 1797. WITNESS: Joseph McCay CAMPBELL Miller & William WILLIAMSON, Gent both of Antrim. Memorial witnessed by William CLARK the primary devisee & sole executor. Will executed by George JACKSON (must be another one) and William BLACK.  NOTE: Elinor BLAIR née JACKSON was an aunt of George JACKSON (1773-1797). George JACKSON died March 4, 1797, I assume unmarried. In George’s father’s will (PRONI D2489/8 – proved 27 Jan 1792), Jackson CLARKE was described as “a relation”. See Blogpost of JACKSON of Steeple Timeline.. SEE: JACKSONS of Steeple

d

510

195

330180

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1797 Apr 29

JACKSON-SEAFORT Names Index 1794-

Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin, Engraver & Frederick SEAFORD... from John PRICE on the Strand next Montgomery St... enclosed with a wall and Chinese Pallisades...

!

510

236

333146

JACKSON, Richard

 

 

JACKSON-MEREDITH WRONG BOOK Names Index 1794-

???

511

115

330560

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1797 Jun 23

JACKSON-GORDON Names Index 1794-

 Btw James JACKSON of City of Dublin China Merchant of the 1 pt & James GORDON of City of DublinWatch and clock maker of the other pt…. JACKSON demised land south of the High Road (description)

16e

511

390

332477

BARTLEY

 

1784-1799

James BARTLEY & ors to SHAUNESSY 

x

512

5

328093

JACKSON, William

Down

1793 Jul 29

Image 326

BTW Sarah McCLELAND, widow of Ballywoollen, Co. Down of 1 pt & James SMITH of Ballywoollen, Co. Down farmer of other pt … part of Ballywoollen, Barony Dufferin Co. Down

WITNESS: William JACKSON, farmer, Raffrey, Co. Down

 

512

420

334728

McCULLAGH

Monaghan

1796 Dec 27

McCULLAGH-BROWNE Notes in 2009 diary1739-1810  Ednafirkin Ednaferkin

Image 539

Between Thomas McCULLAGH of Derryvalley … Gent & James BROWNE of Ednafirkin, farmer … Thomas McCULLAGH demised to John BROWN … part of lands of Ednafirkin, Parish Tullycorbet … now in possession of George BROWN, Alexander HAMILTON, John ADAMS & Samuel BOYD containing 18 acres … for lives of Jane BROWN & Archibald BROWN son and daughter to said John BROWN & James McMURRAY son to Andrew McMURRAY of Ballybay Parish and [?] aforesaid surgeon … yearly rent 14s 11p. WITNESS: James McCULLAGH of Shanton & Francis McCABE of Ballybay.

x

513

11

331251

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1707 Apr 26

Robert JACKSON Esq Armagh City, Armagh

Image 10

BTW George CAMPBELL of City & Co. Armagh Gent of 1 pt & Robert JACKSON of City & Co. Armagh of other pt. For £309.5 granted lands at Tandragee & Tullybrone, Co. Armagh, Armagh  WITNESS: Andrew PRENTICE [?] & John LONG both of City of Armagh

12 Aug 1797

 

513

32

332787

JACKSON, George

Dublin

1797 Dec 1

COSGRAVE-CLINTON

Image 21

Conveyance btw William COSGRAVE & William CLINTON Reconveyance of Mortgage on ground in Fire Vilne, Clonturk, Barony Coolock, Co. Dublin. Richard JOHNSTON, Clonturk, Dublin, near neighbour. WITNESS, George JACKSON Gent & William THOMAS both of City of Dublin

 

513

39

333367

JACKSON, Robert & ors

 

1794

ATKINSON Names Index 1794- Wrong # Not in Bk 513. Same number given in Townland Index. Carrickmoan, B. Fews 1739-1810.

Probably Armagh

???

513

39

333570

JACKSON, Henry & ors

Dublin

1798 Jan 9

JACKSON-Dissolution of partnership Names Index 1794-

Image 24

Dissolution of partnership between Henry JACKSON, merchant of Dublin City & Robert SMITH, merchant of Dublin City & Mary DELANY, spinster of Kilkenny City. JACKSON to sell his entire interest in said lease and premises incl Steam Engine Machinery & Utensils … sum of £667.3.8 paid or secured to Robert SMITH by said Henry JACKSON WITNESS: John JOHNSON of City of Dublin Esq. & William MOULTON of City of Dublin.

NOTE: This was in the aftermath of charges relating to United Irishmen activities of Henry JACKSON (1750-1817)

 

513

40

333593

DICKIE

DAWSON

ADAIR

Antrim

1797 Oct 7

ADAIR-1797

Image 25

BTW Robert ADAIR Esq. formerly of Ballymena, Co. Antrim but last of Bristol Hotwells, Gloucestershire, England; John DAWSON of Brocklem, Antrim; Thomas DICKIE, Linen Draper of Millhead, Antrim ... land in Brocklem, Co. Antrim & parts of land called Scott’s farm …

 

513

65

334727

McCULLAGH

BROWNE

Monaghan

1796 Dec 2

McCULLOGH Thos to BROWNE Book 45 (1739-1810)

Image 37

Btw Thomas McCULLAGH of Derryvalley, Barony of Tullycorbet, Co Monaghan Gent of 1 pt & John BROWNE of Ednafirkin farmer of other pt... demised to John BROWN part of Ednafirkin... for life and lives of Jane BROWNE & Archibald BROWNE son & daughter to sd John BROWNE and James McMURRAY son of Andrew McMURRAY of Ballybay afsd Surgeon witness James McCULLAGH of Shantonagh & Francis McCABE of Ballybay

 

513

78

334773

 

Dublin

1797 Dec 31

Jane CLERMONT to Margt NORMAN, widow, Dublin

Deed 3 Aug 1788

10 Anglesea st Dublin

 Skeffington Hamilton of Cape street, Dublin. During lives of Margery Hamilton, only dau of Skeffington Hamilton & Dacre & James Hamilton, sons of Skeffington. Transcription thanks to Peter McWilliam

 

513

82

334791

JACKSON, Abram & Joseph

Tipperary

1796 Sep 6

Image 46

BTW William WHITE of Grenan Co. Tipperary Esq. of 1 pt & Thomas CANTRELL of Clonmel Co. Tipperary farmer of the other. … lives of Joseph FINNELL & William FENNELL eldest sons of William FENNELL (Joshua) of R_hill Co. Tipperary and Abram JACKSON Tencurry, Tipperary son of said Joseph Jackson Tencurry [aka Tincurry], Tipperary

NOTE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland. Joseph JACKSON (1727-1800) son of Thomas JACKSON (1698-1785) married Mary FENNELL daughter of William FENNELL

 

513

112

335305

JACKSON, Margaret

Dublin

1798 May 16

Margaret JACKSON Servant Eccles Street, Dublin servant to said Major Faviere MOS

 

513

125

335567

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1798 Jun 5

POOLE-JACKSON

Image 67

BTW George POOLER of Ballycrummy [Ballycrummy, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Esq. Co. Armagh Gent of 1 pt & Robert JACKSON of City & Co. Armagh of other pt.  for sum of £288 granted to JACKSON lands of Ballycrummy Landlacken Aghavillen Aughnagolagh & Borne in Tullymore [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh], Aghalaw & Carricknadden in Parish & Co. Armagh now in possession of [Ter] DENNIS John POOLER Wainright PROCTOR Mary POOLER Thomas GERVAIS John SHERRY & Robert JACKSON and their undertenants. WITNESS: Nathaniel RICHARDSON of Tullyebone Co. Armagh Linen Draper and memorial WITNESS Hamilton WALL & Edward McGURK of Armagh. Robert JACKSON [SEAL]

 

513

127

335578

GILLMER

Monaghan

1798 Apr 2

GILMOR to GILMOR  1739-1810 (TI Bk 45) Annamcneill Image 68

Btw Joseph GILLMORE jr of Anamacneal,Monaghan, farmer & John GILLMORE Annamacneal farmer... demised houses & land in Annamacneal in Parish of Tullycorbett, Co Monaghan.. est 24 acres occupied by sd Joseph GILMORE & John GILMORE Jun.../ 99 years...

... WITNESS: John McCULLAGH & John COULTER of Anamacneal, linen draper..

x

513

165

335841

COULTER

Tyrone

1798 Jul 15

David COULTER Merchant of Ballygawley Tyrone;

Image 88

BTW David COULTER Merchant of Dungannon of 1 pt & David COULTER of Ballygawley, Co. Tyrone Merchant of the other pt reciting David COULTER sen in consideration of £35 granted to David COULTER jun lands in Ballygawley [descry].

 

513

166

335853

JACKSON, Francis

Sligo

1798 Jul 24

Image 89

Mrs Elizabeth JACKSON Names Index 1794-

Balliasore, Sligo The bride.

BTW Francis JACKSON of Ballisodore Co. Sligo Esq. of 1 pt & John MARTIN of Sligo, Co. Sligo and George JACKSON of Prospect Co. Mayo Esq. of the other pt. Reciting indenture 22 Sept 1796 William PHIBBS of [?]brook Co. Sligo Esq. and Charles PHIBBS of Hermitage Co. Roscommon Esq. demised to Francis JACKSONFrancis JACKSON in marriage to Elizabeth JACKSON orse MARTIN daughter of John MARTIN did receive from John MARTIN sum of £1,500… Mills of Lisdoo on & part of lands of Ardesallon late in possession of Thomas MITCHEL and part of Ardcotton … [hard to read] …. In Barony Lyney Co. Sligo to hold to John MARTIN & George JACKSON. Francis JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: Appears to be post-marriage settlement.

Francis JACKSON (1769-1834) son of George JACKSON and Jane CUFFE. SEE: JACKSONs of Enniscoe and Carramore, Co. Mayo

 

513

219

336460

JACKSON, George

Rahinane, Tipperary

1798 Aug 25

Thomas ABBOTT Esq. of Parsonstown, now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt, Offally.

Image 124

Reciting deed 15 Mar 1771 George JACKSON demised to Thomas ABBOTT lands of Rahinane, Tipperary. Sale of 106 acres at Rahinane, Lower Ormond, & also lands of Ballingarry

NOTE: A Samuel ABBOTT who was both a brother and a son of a Thomas ABBOTT married Elizabeth JACKSON, daughter of James JACKSON of Birr and Alice DALTON

 

513

262

336775

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1798 Oct 18

Image 145

BTW John POOLER of Ballycromy [Ballycrummy, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] Parish & Co. Armagh Gent of 1 pt Robert JACKSON of City & Co. Armagh Esq of other pt. For £100 paid by Robert JACKSON, POOLER granted to JACKSON townlands of Carricktrodden in Parish & Co. Armagh … WITNESS: Andrew PRENTICE & [?] LONG

 

513

510

339075

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1799 Apr 19

PRONI T808/8257 Groves  Manuscripts

Image 272

Memorial of assignment of mortgage of 13 April 1799 for £1200 by Henry JACKSON of Dublin City, merchant to John STOKES & William SOUTHWOOD of same merchants. Mill & Mill holding of Clonskeagh, Co. Dublin with its dwelling House, Iron Mill, Engines, Forges &c & 7 acres to hold for life of Hugh JACKSON son of said Henry or for 99 years from March 1789 & 18 acres in Roebuck held for 31 years. WITNESSES James JOHNSTON & Jacob William JACKSON of Dublin City attorneys. Memorial signed by Henry JACKSON. NOTE: Henry JACKSON (1750-1817), the United Irishman, & son Hugh JACKSON (1773-1817).

SEE: Lisnaboe JACKSONs.

 

513

510

339081

Jackson, Henry

Dublin

1799 Apr 8

Image 272

Elizabeth MAGUIRE of City of Dublin Widow of 1 pt & Henry JACKSON of City of Dublin, Merchant of the other pt. Mill and Millhold of Clonskeagh owise Glanskeagh containing 7a in Co. Dublin & all buildings and improvements to hold to Henry JACKSON for term of 99 years to be commenced from 25 Mar 1789. WITNESS: William THOMPSON & Francis JOHNSTON of City of Dublin Gents Elizabeth MAGUIRE [SEAL]

 

514

83

335474

JACKSON, Eugenia

Kings

1797 Jul 4

JACKSON Names Index 1794- NOTE: I had bk 574.

Image 357

Under the hand and seal of Eugenia JACKSON of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt] in Kings Co. but now of Miskin in Co. Glanmorga [possibly Glanmorgan, Wales] in Kingdom of Great Britain widow & relict of Robert JACKSON late of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt].. reciting 22 Nov 1781 will of Robert JACKSON … bequeathed to Eugenia JACKSON to be distributed shares to her children incl £600  and £1,790  lately obtained as a Judgement in Court of Exchequer  or King’s Bench Ireland  … two messuages or dwelling houses in the Main Street of the Town of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co. and of Yards, Offices, Gateways late in possession of Tydd ABBOTT Esq. and Rev. Abraham DOWNES and also the Garden at rear of said dwelling houses then in possession of James JACKSON Esq. and his undertenants granted by the late Sir William PARSONs deceased … and granted unto Eugenia Maria JACKSON spinster one of the daughters of Eugenia & Robert JACKSON… WITNESS: John Marke COTTLE of Cumberwell Co. [?] Esq & Brooke CARDALE of Bedford Row, Co. Middlesex.   SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkeiran.

NOTE: There was a Jackson’s Bridge Cemetery at Glanmorganshire, likely at St. Tydfil Anglican Church, 'Parish of Merthyr Tydfil' . SOURCE: RootsChat Glanmorganshire. May be worth following up on the 1834 Apr 30 Will of Abraham Jackson of Llanmaes, Glamorganshire.

15

514

228

336024

JACKSON, Andrew

Down

Antrim.

1798 Mar 25

JACKSON-SIMMONS Names Index 1794-

Image 414

Deed of release btw James JACKSON of New Town, Surgeon and Andrew JACKSON of Ballygraney, Parish Hollywood Gents both of Co. Down of 1st pt. Robert [SIMMONS?] and William SIMS merchants and Matthew SMITH Gent all of Belfast Co. Antrim of the other pt.. Reciting that the said James JACKSON in consideration of 1,550 pounds granted to Robert SIMS & William SIMS  and Matthew SIMMS  a flour mill then a paper mill, Dwelling House & Garden at the rere lying on the Mill Works with a small portion of meadow lying between the Mill Race belonging to the said Mill  and William BELLs Premes with the water and water course thereto belonging as formerly granted by Alexander ORR to the said James JACKSON, Arthur DARLEY & James KENLEY  in the townland of Lower Ballyclare, Co. Antrim and John TISDALE of Belfast Notary Public. Andrew JACKSON. SEAL.  WITNESS: Mary JACKSON of Belfast NOTE: There are 3 brothers of Parish Dundonald (nearby) who were medical doctors (Joseph, Thomas & John) in the mid-1700s, sons of John JACKSON (1667-1725) & Katherine McKINLEY. They had a brother James JACKSON. All of them are likely to be one generation before the James JACKSON of this lease, but he is likely related to them. SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

15

514

336

336774

POOLER

Armagh

1798 Oct 17

Image 487

BTW George POOLER of Ballycrummy Parish & Co. Armagh of 1 pt & John POOLER of Ballycrummy son of George POOLER. Reciting … Lands of Carrickhodden in Parish & Co. Armagh.

 

514

388

337073

JACKSON, Ann

Dublin

Antrim

1798 Sep 28

 

JACKSON-PATTERSON Names Index 1794-

Image 515

Btw Anne JACKSON of City of Dublin widow of the 1 pt & Abigail PATTERSON of Belfast Co Antrim spinster of the other part. Anne JACKSON demised to Ann PATTERSON the tenement on Castle Street., Belfast bounded on the west by the tenement occupied by Dr. HALLIDAY on the east by part of the tenement & offices belonging to the Collector’s House with the out houses offices & all other appurtenances lately possessed by Robert ASPLEY Esq. in Town of Belfast, Co. Antrim for term of 41 years  yearly rent 56 pounds …NOTE: ROD: 506-243-329353. This Anne JACKSON was the widow of John JACKSON of Ballygrainey aka Ballygraney, Parish Hollywood, Co. Down.

15

514

461

338581

JACKSON, James & ors

Dublin

1799 Jul 20

JACKSON-LAWRENCE Names Index 1794-

Image 554

George BINNS of Dame St Iron Monger,

James JACKSON of City of Dublin China Merchant & Joshua CONNELLY China man City of Dublin executors of will of John CONNOLLY late of City of Dublin Merchant deceased who was the surviving executor of John ALLEY late of Mountrath St, City of Dublin Merchant deceased. John CONNOLLY was also the surviving guardian to the children of John ALLEY of the 1 pt & Samuel LAWRENCE of Harold’s Cross Co. Dublin Gent of the other pt. [description of property & other names…]

16e

515

1

333504

OLIVER

Limerick

Dublin

1797 Jul

Rt. Hon Silver OLIVER, of Limerick City & Dublin. MS A & C nickred

 

515

351

335090

BARTLEY

 

1784-1799

John BARTLEY to WIER 

x

516

124

336673

JACKSON, John

Limerick

1798 Aug 8

JACKSON-BANKS Names Index 1794- try 516

John JACKSON late of the City of Limerick shopkeeper but now belonging to the Co. of Limerick Militia and quartered at Cork of the 2nd pt.

16e

516

140

336773

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1798 Nov 10

Image 390

Between John POOLER of Bally crummy in the parish in County Armagh of the one part and Robert JACKSON of the city and county of Armagh Esquire of the other part. John POOLER granted to Robert JACKSON lands from his father George POOLER in the parish in Co. Armagh except the seven acre park next the little field containing about an acre together with the old garden and old house Stead and half the [Close before the Door?] the said Robert JACKSON to have a road to the said lands joining the Cloverfield or Old Orchard around our side of the little field with the other privileges therein mentioned. For term of 13 years. £70. Building house and stable. Witness John LONG of the city of Armagh Weaver and Hamilton WATT of the city Armagh innkeeper. John POOLER [SEAL]

 

516

140

336777

POOLER

Armagh

1798 Oct 30

Image 390

George POOLER of Ballycrummy & John POOLER of Ballycrummy.

 

516

209

337136

JACKSON,

Zacharia

Dublin

1798 Jul 21

JACKSON-HEIRD Names Index 1794

Zachariah JACKSON bookseller of City of Dublin Thomas WATERS had demised to Zachariah JACKSON in 1793 land on the east side of Sackville St. fronting on Sackville St … lives of Royalty.

 

516

252

337329

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1798 Dec 9 10

MOLLER-JACKSON-BINNS Names Index 1794-

James JACKSON of City of Dublin Glass and Delf ware seller, one of executors of will of Johnathon BURNS [could this be BINNS?],  of City of Dublin, Iron Monger.

 

516

318

337590

JACKSON, Richard

Carlow

Dublin

1798 Dec 19

JACKSON-SWAN Names Index 1794-

Image 487

Robert EUSTACE of City of Dublin at direction of Richard JACKSON of the North Strand in City of Dublin, Gent and Mary JACKSON otherwise GODLEN [?} his wife assign to Graves Chammey SWAN City of Dublin Barrister of Law… Mansion and house of lands of Newetown otherwise Newstown 125 a 3r 13 p  in Co. Carlow. NOTE: This townland is in the Parish of Ardoyne which is on the south-western border of Wicklow and part of it is in Co. Wicklow.

 

516

489

338260

JOHNSTON

Armagh

1799 Feb 30

PROCTOR-JOHNSTON Book 2 (1739-1810) Tullymore & Mill [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh

I had Bk 316 Wrong # Try Then tried Bk 516 – based on other memorials.

Image 527

 Btw Burges PROCTOR of City & Co. Armagh Land Surveyor of 1st pt & Samuel JOHNSTON of City & Co. Armagh of other pt transfer of part of townlands of Landlaskin, Aughavillan, Aughandeagh, Bonein, Tullymore otherwise Aghelew & Carriuckatrodden in Parish, Barony & Co. Armagh. NOTE: Except for Tullyvallen, none of these names can be found in the Parish of Armagh.

17

516

501

338311

JACKSON, Robert

Down

1799 Feb 20

JACKSON, Robert Names Index 1794-

Also PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

Deed btw Robert JACKSON of Knocknagony, Co. Down farmer of 1 pt; Rachel JACKSON, Margaret JACKSON Mary JACKSON and Jennet JACKSON of the other part… partition of Knocknagoney… live and lives of Robert JACKSON and Samuel JACKSON eldest son of said Robert JACKSON and of John RANKIN eldest son of Charles RANKIN Esq…. original lease contained the field below the field below the road called the fur Croft the whole of the near meadow the near hanging Bray, the field called the Sour Wood the upper part of the quarry field… Knocknagony, Parish of Holywood, Co Down. WITNESSED Hugh McCULLY of Knocknagoney, farmer… in presence of John JACKSON and James WEAVER of Knocknagoney. SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down – although not sure where this Robert JACKSON fits.

 

516

523

338438

GORE, Anne

Limerick

1798 Jun 1

Image 594

BTW Anne GORE of City of Dublin widow & William MOORE of City of Limerick Esq. Lieut in Royal Navy … dwelling house in Limerick

 

516

524

338446

POOLER

Armagh

1799 Feb 27

POOLER-ATKINSON Book 2 (1739-1810) Tullymore & Mill [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh],

Image 594

William POOLER of Ballycrummy [Ballycrummy, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], & Edward ATKINSON Esq. of City of Armagh. POOLER had several townlands: Lundlacken,  Aghavillan,Aughandaliagh, Bowmen[?] Tullymore orse Augilur and Carrickasodden

 

516

524

338450

PUREFOY, Thomas

Tipperary

1798 Dec 13

BOUSEFIELD

Image 594

BTW Thomas PUREFOY Esq. of  Greenfields Co. Tipperary Lt. Col. Of the Prince of Wales or Aberdeen Regiment of Fencible Infantry of 1st pt William LECKY [LEEHY?] of City of Londonderry Esq. of 2nd pt Elizabeth Mary LECKY [LEEHY?] spinster eldest daughter of said William LECKY [LEEHY?] of 3rd pt. and Benjamin BOUSFIELD [aka BOUSEFILED] of Lakeland Co. Cork & William Hogg LEEKY [LUKY?] a student at Trinity College, eldest son of William of 4th pt. Marriage btw Thomas PUREFOY & Elizabeth Mary LEEKY … lands of Gortnegraphy orse Gortnegeaggy part of Cappagh 393a  2r & 72 unprofitable … and a Castle and a mill in Barony Kilnamanagh Co. Tipperary & dower £6,000

 

517

166

339352

JACKSON, Robert

Kings

1799 May 9

JACKSON-HORNRIDGE Names Index 1794-

Robert JACKSON of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt], Kings Co. Esq. of 1 pt & Leonard HENRIDGE of City of Dublin Gent of other pt Reciting lease14 Nov 1746… SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

16e

518

6

335302

JACKSON, George

Roscommon

1797 Apr 10

JACKSON Names Index 1794-

George JACKSON of Clover Hill, Rosscommon of the 1 pt & William JACKSON of Clover Hill of other pt. whereas George JACKSON has signed over lands of Kilmore in Rosscommon as held y him under James CARTER of City of Dublin at rent of 2 pounds two couple of Capons for 3 lives WITNESSED by Samuel JACKSON of Ballymurray, Rosscommon Farmer…

16e

518

227

341283

McCULLAGH

Londonderry

1799 Sep 27

McCULLOCH Mary & anr to McCULLOCH 1794-1799

Intermarriage of Allan LAUGHLIN of [Claudy] and Mary McCULLOCH of Ballyartin 11 Oct 1798 & James McCULLOGH of Ballyartin… whereby Allan LAUGHLIN assigned to James McCULLOGH farm at [Claudy] commonly called the Old Farm on one side of the road leading from Derry to [Drumquire] on the other by the river Faughan as lately in the possession of Arthur LOUGHLIN… WITNESS: Samuel PATTON & Hug McCULLOGH

16e

519

16

336467

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1790 Oct 15

JACKSON-BAKER Names Index 1794-

I had 579 but it was Bk 519.

Image 13

An indenture of lease whereby Richard JACKSON of the North Strand in city of Dublin Gent did demise unto Benjamin Aaron BAKER of City of Dublin, Architect all that house and piece of ground situate in front of the Circular Road leading from Summerhill to the North Street containing in front to the Circular Road 33’6” and in-depth to front to rear 150 feet be the same more or less bounded on the East by the Circular Road on the West by a lane leading to the Limekill and on the North by a house in possession of Jason HARRIS and on the South by a garden in possession of Mr FITZPATRICK in the City of Dublin. To hold from for 900 years by rent of £28.8.9 WITNESS: John BELL, attorney and Memorial is witnessed by Charles BIRCH both the city of Dublin.

 

519

94

338222

BARTLEY

Monaghan

1799 Jan 14

George BARTLEY to MITCHELL  1784-1799

Image 52

NAMES: George BARTLEY of town of Monaghan; Blaney Owen MITCHELL of City of Dublin; Walter Mitchell ROTHSCHILD Esq.; Weldon MITCHELL; Walter LYLE; John HUMPHRIES. OTHER PLACES: Braddocks

x

519

101

338258

JOHNSTON, Samuel

Armagh

1799 Feb 9

Image 56

between Samuel JOHNSTON of the City and Co. Armagh merchant of the one part. Edward ATKINSON of Armagh, Co. Armagh, physician of the other part. In consideration of £200 for lands of Landlacken Aughavillan Aughandallagh Bermcan(?_ Tullymore otherwise Aughelew and Carricktrodden in Barony & Co. Armagh in possession of Samuel JOHNSTON and his undertenants incl 20a … WITNESS: James McMAHON of Armagh Clerke & Mr. William COCHRAN of Armagh Merchant. Samuel JOHNSTON [SEAL]

 

 

519

173

338671

 

Armagh

1799 Mar 1

POOLER-POOLER Tullymore & Mill

Image 95 1739-1810

BTW George POOLER of Ballycrumy [Ballycrummy, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh],  Co. Armagh Gent of 1 pt & John POOLER of Ballycromy Co. Armagh Gent son of George POOLER of the other pt. George POOLER granted to son John POOLER lands of Tullymore [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh], in Parish & Co. Armagh in possession of Stephen ARMITAGE and his undertenants. Held under See of Armagh… mortgage debt of £250 due to Robert JACKSON of City of Armagh Esq. WITNESS: Mr LONG of Armagh & Maria JACKSON Armagh.

T7-8

519

173

338672

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1799 Mar 2

POOLER to JACKSON Book 2 (1739-1810) Tullymore & Mill

Ballycrummy, Armagh City.

Image 95

A Meml of a Deed Poll or Instrument in ??? of bearg date of 2 day of March 1799 between Jno POOLER of Ballycrummy [Ballycrummy, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], in the Parish and Co of Armagh Gent of the one part and Robt JACKSON of the City and County of Armagh Esq of the other. ....transfer to Robt JACKSON ... all that the town and lands of Tullymore [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh],Situated in the Parish and Co. of Armagh  ... in the presence of Stephen ARMITAGE... witnessed by Jno LONG of Armagh and Maria JACKSON of Armagh .... Tullymore & Mill?

T7-8

519

227

338865

JACKSON, Joseph & Mary

Tipperary

1799 Feb 2

WALPOLE-JACKSON Names Index 1794-

Image 117

John WALPOLE of Tincurry but now of [?] Tipperary & Joseph JACKSON of Tincurry Esq. Mary JACKSON 2nd daughter of the 2nd pt. & Thomas JACKSON of Millgrove  Joseph JACKSON of Brooklie (junior) of 3rd pt. confirm unto Thomas and Joseph JACKSON… 100 acres of lands of Cohir [?] Queen Co…. Geo WALPOLE & Mary JACKSON his intended wife [NOTE: The transcriber seemed to make several errors corrected on the page, and other omissions not corrected]

 

519

246

339458

BARCLAY

Tyrone

1799 Mar 12

HOLMES-BARCLAY Book 45 Moy

Image 126

Btw Robert HOLME of Bray Co Tyrone Esq. of 1st pt… John BARCLAY of Derryoghill of 3rd pt [looking for ref of BROWNE & saw none]

16e

519

250

339478

JACKSON, Josiah

Dublin

1799 May 16

JENNET-JACKSON Names Index 1794-

Image 128

 Lease btw Richard JENNETT of City of Dublin, Broker of one pt & Josiah JACKSON of City of Dublin chandler of other pt. granted for rent £5.13.9 the rere yard belonging to Richard JENNETT holding in Barrack 18’6” in length from front to rere 47’9” bounded on South by Flood Street in the East Mrs. ROONEY’s holding on West to Isaiah JACKSON [or Josiah?] WITNESS: Patrick QUINN of City of Dublin Richard JENNELL [SEAL] NOTE: It seems that Josiah was getting land adjacent to land that he already had.

 

519

311

340241

JACKSON

Armagh

1799 May 7

POOLER-JACKSON Book 2 (1739-1810) Tullymore & Mill

Image 160

George POOLER of Ballycrummy [Ballycrummy, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], (list of lands seen in other POOLER deeds – Landlacken Aughavillan Aughnagallagh Rosemeen and Tullymore [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh?], otherwise Aghavillan situate in Parish and Co. Armagh) to Robert JACKSON.

WITNESSES Thomas CAMPBELL jr & Robert JACKSON jr.

T7-8

519

372

340430

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1799 Jul 16

JACKSON-PARRELL [FARRELL?] Names Index 1794-

Image 199

Deed btw Henry JACKSON of City of Dublin Merchant and James FERRALL of Smithfield in sd City, Salesmaster… land  part of  Slough [Slaughter] House yard on Phoenix St. cont 28 feet in front on Phoenix St and  57 feet from front to rere. On North side of Phoenix St. and also the Steam Engine Flour Mill and all other buildings. WITNESSED James JOHNSTON of City of Dublin Attorney & Hugh JACKSON eldest son of Henry JACKSON. SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath

 

519

440

340917

McCULLAGH, Nathaniel

Londonderry

1798 Jan 9

Nathaniel McCULLAGH Witness. PMcW

 

519

480

341114

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1795 Aug 24

BOYCE Names Index 1794-

Image 257

Henry Vincent JACKSON demised to Thomas BOYCE of Barrick St Dublin in consid of 45 pounds 10s small plot of ground immediately adjoining the rere of Mr Stephen BYRNs house on  Patrick St [?] SEE: Peter JACKSON & Joanna

16e

519

496

341183

JACKSON, James & ors

Monaghan

1799 Sep 19

JACKSON-PARKE Names Index 1794-

Image 265

James JACKSON of Ballybay of 1 pt & Archibald PARK, William PARK, David PARK & Samuel PARK all of Brackley, Parish of Aughnasmullen, C. Monaghan demised all land in their hands. Lives of Mary MONTGOMERY, Alexander MONTGOMERY & Elizabeth MONTGOMERY. SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe

 

520

2

337468

JACKSON,

Joshua

Cork

1798 Apr 10

JACKSON-O’REILLY Names Index 1794-

Image 6

Memorial of a lease bearing date 10 April 1718 [sic] btw John Bancroft [Bearcroft?] HOUGHTON and John LECKY of City of Cork trustees names in last will of Richard ALLEN late of City of Cork, Gent deceased and Edward Wester ALLEN and William Fennell ALLEN of City of Dublin Linen Drapers. George BEST of Youghall Co. Cork Chandler and Elizabeth his wife George ALLEN of City of Cork Cooper & Hannah his wife Joshua JACKSON of Youghall Co. Cork Merchant and Susanna his wife. Thomas HARRIS of City of Cork Colour Merchant and Deborah SANDHAM his wife and Robert BEST of City of Cork Linen Draper and Blessing his wife of the one pt … description of lot in City of Cork

SEE: Jacksons of Co. Cork.  Joshua JACKSON (1761-1801) & Susannah ALLEN (1767-1844).

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520

3

337474

JACKSON,

Louisa

Dublin

Kildare

1798 Dec 6

JACKSON-JACKSON Names Index 1794-

Image 6

BTW John BOWER of City of Dublin Gent of 1st pt & Louisa JACKSON of City of Dublin Spinster of the 2nd pt. & Jacob William JACKSON of City of Dublin Attorney at law of 3rd pt. By certain articles of agreement William COOPER Esq demised to Robert BOWER Esq. deceased part of town of Ballymott and Little Burtown containing 707a 3r in Co. Kildare … transferred to Jacob William JACKSON his executors assigns & admons all the town and lands of Ballymott and that part of the lands of Little Burtown being on the left hand side of the high road leading from Athy to Ballitore to hold to the said William JACKSON his Exors Admons or Assigns for the remainder of the term… WITNESS: John WILTON of City of Dublin Esq and Amelia JACKSON of City of Dublin spinster John BOWER [SEAL]

 

520

15

337527

JACKSON,

Rachel

Dublin

Meath

Kings

1798 Dec 19

JACKSON-JACKSON Names Index 1794-

Image 14

Marriage settlement btw Mark WATSON of New Row City of Dublin Merchant of 1st pt & Rachel JACKSON spinster daughter of Josiah JACKSON of City of Dublin Merchant of 2nd pt & Richard JACKSON brother of said Rachel JACKSON and William WATSON of said City merchant of 3rd pt.  Reciting that Mark WATSON was intitled to town and land called the Rath of Kilmore [Rathkilmore] containing 186a 1r 5p adjoining the lands of Phepotstown Barony Deece[?] [Barony of Upper Deece] Co. Meath

NOTE: Rachel JACKSON (1773-1803), daughter of Josiah JACKSON & Anne HOOWEE [Edenderry, Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown],

SEE: Quakers of Edenderry, Kings Co.

 

520

24

337571

JACKSON, James & ors

Dublin

1798 Nov 12

JACKSON-GRIMSHAW Names Index 1794-

Image 19

BTW James JACKSON of City of Dublin Glass and Delph ware seller of 1st pt. Andrew MOLLER Merchant William PIKE plumber and William JORDAN Scrivener all of City of Dublin of 2nd pt John GRIMSHAW late of Shines Hall Derbyshire England but now of City of Dublin Calico printer of 3rd pt. James JACKSON with consent demised to John GRIMSHAAW in his actual possession land commonly called the Small park or field containing 100a 2p and 20p in ponds in field called the Church meadow and likewise 49p of land since taken in and added thereunto and now in [?] with the two paper Mills built and erected on said premises and all drying lofts and offices Dwelling House Gardens and improvements together with the river of Killmoshoge and the use and benefit of the said Mill races Mill ponds Streams and Weirs then belonging to said Mils and which said premises are part of the lands of Clarkestown and are bounded on the East by the River of Kilmashoge on the West by John BEGGANs land on the Church Meadow and on the South Road leading from Rathfarnham to Kilmashoge Co. Dublin.   … James JACKSON [SEAL]

 

520

160

339247

JACKSON, Robert

Kings

 

JACKSON-MITCHELL Names Index 1794- Grange,

For 136 pounds James JACKSON released to William MITCHELL lands of Ballyshane known by the name of Beedles Holding 5-6 acres in Barony of  Ballybrill, Kings Co. [Ballybritt?] WITNESSES: Henry HARDING & Peter JACKSON both of Dublin Gents.

 

520

262

339264

JACKSON, James & ors

 

1798

JACKSON-FULLERTON Names Index 1794-

Image 94

NOTE: The deed concerned JACK not JACKSON

 

520

388

341035

JACKSON, Barnabus & Francis

Tipperary

Kilkenny

1799 Aug 15

JACKSON Names Index 1794-

Image 208 in Book 520

BTW Barnabus JACKSON of Castledurrow Co. Kilkenny Gent of 1st pt. Francis JACKSON of [Heathrow?] Co. Tipperary Gent of 2nd pt. Charles JACKSON of Heathrow aforesaid Co. Tipperary Esq of 3rd pt. Whereby Barnabus JACKSON and Francis JACKSON demised lands of Corloddy & Portnascooly & Portnaholly & Dungolly in Co. Kilkenny being the estate of Charles JACKSONBarnabus JACKSON [SEAL] Witness John MOORE …

SEE: JACKSONs of Kilkenny.

NOTE: It is possible that Barnabus JACKSON was a son of Barnaby JACKSON & Jane VILLIERS.

334

521

011

338172

BARTLEY

Dublin

1797 Jan 17

ROWLEY-BARTLEY  

NAMES: William ROWLEY of City of Dublin; Brabazon NOBLE of Donamaine & City of Dublin; George BARTLEY of town of Monaghan; Margaret CLEMENT; William Owen MITCHELL; Henry ELLIS; George OGLE. OTHER PLACES: Braddocks.

x

521

111

340075

NOBLE

 

1739-1810

NOBLE-MAXWELL Ballymacowen

 

521

199

341859

JACKSON, James

Kings

Dublin

1798 May 2

Image 387

BTW Richard BURKE of Rathfarnham Co. Dublin, Tutor of 1 pt William EGAN of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co Slater of the other pt. Dwelling House yard & Garden in [Cormough ] Street town of Birr then in possession of Thomas LYNAN labourer bounded on north by the street on the south by George MORRIS’ dwelling on the east by Michael EGAN’s holding & on the West by Mathew CLEMENT’s holding together with the small tenement or Cabin at the rere of LYMAN’s dwelling house Barony of Ballybritt Kings Co. for lives of William EGAN John EGAN and Patrick EGAN both of Birr slaters brothers of William EGAN

NOTE: I thought this was connected to James JACKSON’s earlier lease, but I did not see the name.

 

521

200

341863

 

Wexford

Dublin

1799 Oct 29

Image 388

BTW William ROBINSON late of Wiseford Co. Wexford now of City of Dublin Esq. Elizabeth ROBINSON otherwise HARRISON his wife of 1 pt Mary ROBINSON of City of Dublin Spinster of other pt. … tenure in occupation of John MORLAND and his undertenants in Fishers Lane City of Dublin  … Morely SAUNDERS and his undertenants in Fishers Lane Pill Lane in City of Dublin  & houses in occupation of John JONES or his undertenants in Bull Lane …

 

521

280

343142

COULTER

 

1800-1809

COULTER, John-WARING

!

521

483

323172

BARTLEY

 

1739-1810

 

BEWLEY to BARTLEY (TI Bk 45) Nabradoge

 

522

203

342134

JACKSON, James

Kings

1795 May 12

JACKSON-BURKE Names Index 1794-

Image 122

Btw James JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co. Esq of 1 pt.. Peter BURKE of Birr. Demised park or Close adjoining High Road leading from town of Birr to Birk’s Hill [aka Burke’s Hill] bounded on east by the road on the south by [Mr. Michael THOMEY’s] field on the east and North by Bartholomew ELLIOTT Esq. holding in Barony Ballybritt Kings Co to hold to Peter BURKE for lives of Daniel BURKE then of City of Dublin but since deceased John BURKE of Birr his brother both sons of Joseph BURKE late of Rockville Co. Tipperary deceased and John BURKE of Birr son of Peter BURKE WITNESS: Thomas ABBOTT of Birr Kings Co. Gent & John BURKE of City of Dublin. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

16e

522

315

342476

JACKSON, John

Armagh

1799 Jul17

JACKSON-PRENTICE Names Index 1794-

Marriage bw John JACKSON of City of Armagh Merchant and Elizabeth Jane LOWRY of sd City spinster… marriage portion of 400 pounds… WITNESS: Rachel LOWRY

16e

522

377

342662

JACKSON,

Jacob

Dublin

1799 Nov 27

JACKSON-CARROLL Names Index 1794-

Image 201

Btw Jacob William JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt & James CARROLL of City of Dublin confectioner of other pt. JACKSON granted house yard & concerns known by  #113 on North Side of Great Britain St. Co of Dublin… [description of property] for lives of Amelia JACKSON Louisa JACKSON and Mary JACKSON sisters of sd Jacob William JACKSON. Witnessed by Anna JACKSON of City of Dublin Widow & John POWER of sd City Gent. NOTE: In Mem # 446922 note his Co. Kildare connection. In other deeds, he seems to be an attorney at 6 Upper Sackville Street and 31 Baggott Street.. See also: Page (John), William Bayly and others, appellants versus Frederick and Belinda Hamilton, minors, by Delphina Hamilton, Jacob William Jackson and others re estates of John Lord Bellew, including lands of Roche and Rochdale and Castletown Bellew, co. Louth, and other lands in Meath and Kildare. Irish Chancery appeal. Appellants' case and respondents' case. Aug. 1807.

16e

523

299

345497

COULTER

 

1800-1809

COULTER, John-BRICKELL

 

523

426

346117

OLIVER, John

Armagh

1800 June 25

WELSH to OLIVER I have this deed. Tullymore, Tullysarren,, Armagh, & Drumflugh,

Meml of an article of agreement  Bearing Date  the 5th day  of May 1800 & made between  Robt WELSH of Tullymore [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh],Parish & Co of Armagh Miller of the one part and John OLIVER of Sd Townland Parish & Co.  Farmer of the other part. Whereby the Sd Robt WELSH for the Considn in the Sd article Named did Demise Grant & to  / / /  let unto the John OLIVER all that Mill & farm in Tullymore [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh], ...rent of [ponds]36  15 shillings sterling... witness by Tobias MAGUIRE of Drumc??ow , parish of Clonfealle, Co of Armagh. John OLIVER of Tullysarren, Parish & Co of Armagh & witnessed by Tobias MAGUIRE of & the Revd James WHITESIDE of Drumflugh, Parish of Clonfeagle, Co. of Tyrone.... SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

T7-8

523

441

346174

McCARTER

Monaghan

1800 Oct 4

 

CRANSTON to McCARTER(TI Bk 45) Mullaghmore

… 1739-1810

Image 552

BTW John CRANSTON of Duhatt Parish of Aughaboy,  Co. Monaghan and James McCARTER of Crover in sd Parish … lives of John CRANSTON, Susannah HARRIS 2nd daughter of Rev. Mr HARRIS late of Lislea & William BELL the elder of Kilmore … to Robert LIVINGSTON of Ardmo[??] parish of Knockbride Co. Cavan [hard to read- I gave up].

 

523

456

346263

OLIVER

Armagh

1800 May 12

STEPHENSON-OLIVER Book 2 (1739-1810) Tullymore & Mill

Image 560

Between Henry STEPHENSON of Tullymore, Co. Armagh of 1st part & John OLIVER of Tullymore of Parish & Co. Armagh of other part … for six guineas did assign to John OLIVER in consideration of 6 guineas paid by John OLIVER … flax mill in Tullymore [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh],for all of residue of time granted to STEPHENSON by Bernard DONNALLY & Robert WALSH. Rent £4.11s WITNESS: James HOLMES & Rebecca HOLMES of Blackwatertown [Blackwatertown, Parish Clonfeacle (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] in presence of Hanna OLIVER SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

T7-8

523

464

344674

JACKSON, Peter

Dublin

1800 Apr 9

HODGENS Film # 008094295

Peter JACKSON Attorney at law of City of 1st pt. & Thomas HODGENS,of City of Dublin, Merchant of 2nd  pt. demised land on East side of Leeson St. containing 23 feet fronting on Leeson St.in the rere to a Stable lane 10 feet wide 23 feet, from front to rere, 89 feet bounded on the north by land of John JOHNSTON of Mountjoy Square, City of Dublin, Esq.on the south by a dwelling lately build by said John JOHNSTON … WITNESS Richard COLE & John HAWKINS.

 

523

 

509

346363

 

Moanghan

1800 Jul 2

LESLIE-CRAIG Derryvalley

Btw Rev Henry LESLIE of 1 pt & John CRAIG of Derryvalley…. Lives of CRAIG children – and has their ages.

 

523

540

346503

JACKSON, Susanna

Limerick

1797 Dec 18

MAHONY

Image 595

Susannah JACKSON of the [Spittle?] of the City of Limerick of 1st pt; to Michael MAHONY of the Spittle of the City of Limerick, Clothier of other pt. Suzannah JACKSON by virtue of a letter of Atty vested in her husband John JACKSON then of the City of Cork Gent  for consideration therein mentioned set to Michael MALONEY back garden …  [hard to read] … west ground southward  … bounded on east by Gallows Green on the west by Turnpike from John’s Gate to the Blackboy Turnpike on the north with [?] FOULCKs holdings & on the south with an open passage from the Road aforesaid unto the Green adjoining John JACKSON’s holding in the south suburbs of the City of Limerick, Parish of St. Patrick’s for term of 150 years WITNESS: John POWELL of City of Limerick Writing Clerk & James CONNELL of said City needle maker…

 

524

19

342150

WALLACE

Armagh

1799 Nov 14

WALLACE-POLLOCK  Tullyvallen

Bt Elinor WALLACE of Newry, widow of William WALLACE of Newry, Gent deceased [22Feb 1793],  of City of Dublin Gent;  late brother James WALLACE deceased; Joseph POLLOCK of City of Dublin; Ross THOMPSON of Laurencetown; Alexander WALLACE of Madras, East Indies;  Robert WALLACE of Newry, Gent;  Charles WALLACE surgeon on board His Majesties Royal Navy; Sarah Anne WALLACE; Eliza WALLACE, both of Newry, spinsters; .. lands of Tullyharnet, Parish of Mucknow, Barony Cremorne, Co. Monaghan 73 acres.. on death of Ann BAILLIE… townland of Dromore, Parish of Mucknow, Barony Cremorne, Co. Monaghan 140 acres…… more land and description…

1

524

128

342515

JACKSON,

Mary

Dublin

1799 Nov 11

JACKSON-HUGHES Names Index 1794-

Richard JACKSON Esq. of North Strand, City of Dublin demised to Patrick HUGHES of City of Dublin Gent all that and those new dwelling houses on North Strand leading from the Custom House to Ballybough Bridge formerly in possession of Rev. Dr. [Bowning]

1

524

321

343077

JACKSON, Elizabeth

Sligo

1796 Oct 19

MARTIN, JOHN, Sligo, Co. Sligo, Esq.

19 Oct. 1796. Full 4 pp. 10 Jan. 1800.

To my wife Elizth. Martin an annuity out of my estate of Cleveragh and Knockbawn, my post chaise and pair of carriage horses, my harpsichord and as many of my milch cows as she may think fit. , My sole exor. and trustee my eldest son Abraham Martin, Esq. My plot in Stephen Street [? Sligo] now occupied by John Griffith and Doctor Fisher; that part of Ballymear called Bath Lodge which I hold under Mr Wynne; the park or field at Knappagh [? Co. Sligo] which I hold under the late Count Francis Burton now occupied by John Ellis, in trust for use of my wife for life and then to my third son Henry Fredk. Martin on attaining the age of 21. I direct my exor. within three years after my death to erect two dwelling houses in Stephen Street as my wife shall direct at no more than £600 and to furnish them, she in the meantime to live in my present house, all in lieu of dower. To my second son Chas. Martin and his heirs those concerns in Bridge Street and Park in Magheraboy [? Co. Sligo] held by me under lease from Benjm. Burton, city of Dublin, alderman, to my grandfather Chas. Martin; houses and offices called the Slaughter house held by me under lease from the late Geo. Knox for lives renewable for ever; that part of the Quay upon which the salt works are erected which I hold under Owen Wynne, Esq., with the stock of salt, rock salt, salt pans and other appurtenances; my one third of the concerns of the late Henry King devised to me by my uncle the late Chas. Martin, together with all other interests I have in the lands of Castletown, held under Mr Lill, plots in Church Lane and at the Quay; a field of bog at Clonebiken, held under Mr Wynne; the lands of Gortnagarvagh; a plot in High Street and park in Knocknegany [? Knocknaganny, Co. Sligo]; a house in Market Street and two fields in Abbey Quarter, all held under the Burton family; tenements in John's Lane, otherwise called Church Lane, two fields in Knappagh and the Cadger's field at the Quay held under Lord Palmerstown, and my lease of Lesnabrack, Co. Leitrim held under Lord Lei trim. To my third son Henry Fredk. Martin the farm called Curns held under Owen Ormsby, Esq; the lands of Billa [Co. Sligo] held under Sir Edward Crofton, Bart.; the Oyster Island [Co. Sligo] and a park in Abbey Quarter near the Mass House, held under Mr Burton, and after the decease of my said wife my farm of Bath Lodge, plots in Stephen Street and the field in Knappagh in the possession of John Ellis. Should my said son Henry Fredk. die then to my said son Charles, who if he makes any claim to the estate of my late brother Fredk. Martin which turned out to be trivial, he shall not benefit under my will. To my daughters Judith, Margaret, Catherine and Eleanor Martin and any other child to be born £1000 apiece. My eldest daughter Elizabeth Jackson. Mrs Ann Ellis, widow of my late brother Fredk. Martin. My relation Jeremiah Jones to whom I have given a lease of a field at Knappagh for life. To Thomas Martin of Strokestown, Co. Roscommon all my concerns at or near Strokestown, and a bequest of £900, any debts owing to me at my death to be subtracted therefrom. £20 to be distributed among the poor and £40 spent on erecting a tomb. To my eldest son Abraham Martin all my estate real, freehold and personal with the stock of my tanyard, and my leases of the mills and fishery of Sligo and my dwelling house, but subject to the said several annuities. Witnesses: John Ellis and Danl. Lanauze, both of Codicil, 25 June 1799. Whereas I intend to purchase the lands held under the Burton family devised to my said son Charles, I desire the same shall be for the use of said Charles and this also applies to the lands of Oyster Island and the plot in Stephen Street devised to my son Henry, and as the expense of living and the prices of the necessary of life are much increased, I increase the annuity payable to my wife and I direct my money invested in the English Funds be used to pay the fortunes of my daughters. The house and concerns devised to Thomas Martin of Strokestown to be for his life only and then to my said son Abraham, who is to pay the widow and children of said Thomas £300. Witnesses: John Leech, French Street, city of Dublin, Esq., James Wood, Sligo, Esq., and Thos. Griffith, city of Dublin, attorney. Memorial witnessed by: said Thos. Griffith, Wm. Crilly, Dublin, scrivener.

524, 321, 343077 Abm. Martin (seal)

NOTE: Elizabeth JACKSON was the wife of Francis JACKSON (1769-1834) of Sligo

 

524

383

343364

Brown & Bradford

Antrim

1799 Oct 1

SCOTT – BRADFORD BROWNE, Thomas – BRADFORD 1809

John SCOTT & John GRAHAM both of Belfast, Co. Antrim, merchants, assigns of the estate and effects of Thomas BROWN & John OAKMAN of Belfast aforesaid Bankrupts of the first part. Thomas BROWN aforesaid a bankrupt of the second part & George BRADFORD & Benjamin BRADFORD both of Belfast of the 3rd part. For £760 parcel of land on south side of Broad Street, Belfast then called Waring Street & all house to George and Benjamin BRADFORD.

 

524

601

344411

OLIVER, Richard

Limerick

1799, Jan 18

OLIVER-OLIVER

Meml of Indenture 18 Jan 1799 between Richd OLIVER of Castle OLIVER in the City of Limerick & Charles Silver OLIVER …. part of the mountain of Ballinlina containing 190 acres 1 rood 2 perches ….[lengthy description follows].

 

525

217

344389

JACKSON, Benj M

Cork

1799 Aug 11

ROGERS

Image 427

Benjamin Murdock JACKSON of the town of Youghall, Co. Cork, Esq. granted to Richard Henry ROGERS, Rector of Parish of Killeagh, Co Cork… land where Richard Henry ROGERs was building a dwelling house at Devonshire Place, Town of Youghall. … for lives of Benjamin Murdock JACKSON, John PARKER & Henry PARKER 1st & 2nd sons of John Robert PARKER Esq. WITNESS: William JENKINS.

 

525

291

344717

JACKSON, Thos

Dublin

1800

Image 466

Indented deed of Co-partnership Btw James STEPHENS of Bachelors Walk, City of Dublin, Merchant of 1st pt & Thomas JACKSON & John TUDOR both of same City Gents & trustees on behalf of George CASH then aged abt 16 years, son of John CASH of Sackville Street, City of Dublin, City of Dublin, Esq. … partnership of Stephens & Cash merchants… for space of 7 years  James STEPHENS to bring in sum of £1200 and the Trustess of George CASH a sum of £1500 which his said father advanced for him. Each party to be entitled to an equal proportion of the profits and all charges and expenses

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

 

525

412

345203

COULTER

Meath

1800 Mar 21

COULTER, Samuel-CALLAN 1800-1809

Btw John DENNIS of Kells, Co Meath Gent & exec of will of Joseph COULTER late of Dowdallshill, Co Louth Gent dec’d of 2nd pt & Pat CALLAN of Dundalk, Baker of 3rd pt.... DENNIS demised to Patrick CALLAN 2 messuages in the middle ward of Dundalk in the occupation of Patrick RORKE dec’d but then in possession of Mary McGAWLEY spinster bordered on the North by Edward O’HERE’s tenement, on the East by the Main St of Dundalk... more desc... for 999 years... witness by [Daniel?] LOVITT of Dundalk tobacconist and Francis FORD of City of Dublin... memorial by Samuel COULTER witnessed by Joseph PARKS of Dundalk, printer &  & Francis FORDE & John DENNIS

 

525

431

345272

JACKSON, Jane,

Cork

Dublin

1800 Apr 30

ROBERTS

Image 538

Jane JACKSON otherwise CUFFE of the City of Dublin, widow and Letitia LINDSAY of the City of Dublin spinster of the first pt; John ROBERTS of Old Connaught, City of Dublin Esq of the other part. Reciting lease 20 June 1799 of John LLOYD of Gloster [possibly Glosterboy,aka Creggan and Glosterboy  Parish Gallen, Barony Garrycastle] Kings Co. Esq & Sir John PARNELL Bart of Rathleague Queens Co. the Honorable Robert WARD of Banger Castle, Co. Wicklow  let unto Jane JACKSON and Letitia LINDSAY all that dwelling house or tenement with the yard behind on the south side of Stephens Green, City of Dublin  lately in possession of Elizabeth CUFFE, widow deceased bounded on west by a dwelling house & premes then in the possession of Mrs. Sidney JONES on the East by a dwelling House & premises in possession of ___ MOORE Esq and on the south by premes belonging to the Earl of Clonmel and on the North by Stephens Green…. Jane JACKSON and Letitia LINDSAY made over to John ROBERTS,,, ground behind the same situate on the south side of Stephens Green Co. & City of Dublin NOTE: Jane CUFFE is the widow of George JACKSON (1717-1789) of Enniscoe, Co. Mayo. SEE: JACKSONs of Enniscoe and Carramore, Co. Mayo Jane CUFFE (aft 1730-aft1800) was wife of George JACKSON (1717-1789).

 

525

515

343457

JACKSON, Thos

 

1800

JACKSON

NOTE: This reference does not work.

???

526

28

343360

BROWNE

 

1809

BROWNE, Thomas - STEELE

 

526

216

344164

JACKSON, James & Geo

Cork

1798 Sep 19

CUFF 1800

Image 116

Indenture of release btw James JACKSON of Richmond, Co. Mayo Capt. in the North-Mayo Regiment of Militia of the 1st pt., George JACKSON of Prospect Co. Mayo Col in said Regiment of 2nd pt Richard PERRY at City of Cork Esq. and PERRY spinster only daughter of Richard PERRY of 3rd pt and James CUFF the younger Esq. Lieut Col of said Regiment and [?] PERRRY one of the sons of said Richard PERRY of the 4th. Reciting that a marriage was agreed upon btw James JACKSON & Mary PERRY… sum of 3,000 pounds as marriage portion … lands of Ballycunigan, Parish Crossmolina, Co. Mayo… lives James JACKSON & George JACKSON son of George JACKSON … …lands Bohursalagh, Barony Gallan, Co. Mayo.

SEE:  JACKSONs of Waterford & Cork and JACKSONs of Enniscoe and Carramore, Co. Mayo

 

526

236

344244

JACKSON, Robt

Armagh

1800 Jan 22

ATKINSON 1800

Image 126

Btw Robert JACKSON of City of Armagh Esq. of City of Armagh 1 pt & Edward ATKINSON Esq. of City of Armagh of the other pt. .. lands of Ballycrummy, Co. Armagh in possession and occupation of Edward ATKINSON and William POOLER and their undertenants. … mtg debt of £250 … WITNESS: William GOUGH of Armagh merchant Robert JACKSON [SEAL]

 

527

76

344935

JACKSON, Jane

Mayo

1800 Apr 13

LD TYRANNEY 1800

Image 351

A memorial of a Deed Poll  16 March 1730 made previous to a marriage of James CUFF then of Elmshall, Co. Mayo, [aka Elmhall, Parish of Drum, Barony Carra, Co. Mayo – near Ballycara, Co. Mayo] Esq.to Elizabeth GORE the said James CUFF released  granted to Sir Arthur GORE and Whitfield DOYNE the house of Elmshall alias Tunahoven, the town and lands of Tunahoven Kilneger with all other lands in Barony of Carra, Co. Mayo … as jointure trust term of 99 years to Hon Owen WYNNE [NOTE: WYNNEs were related]  and Arthur GORE… sum of 2,000 pounds … Michael CUFF his 2nd & youngest son and four daughters namely Anne, Jane, Sally & Biddy CUFF and that 5 youngest children  entitled to portions in equal shares…. Anne CUFF dies and bequeathed her portion of the 1000 pounds to Biddy CUFF her sister… and Biddy died and bequeathed to her sister Jane JACKSON [wife of George JACKSON] and her steady friend Letitia LINDSAY… SEE:  JACKSONs of Waterford & Cork and JACKSONs of Enniscoe and Carramore, Co. Mayo NOTE: Whitfield Doyne (1686-1744) was an uncle of Philip DOYNE (1733-1765)  husband of Joanna GORE. She was a daughter of Sir Arthur GORE (1703-1773).

 

527

77

344967

JACKSON, Minchin Mrs.

Kings

Dublin

1800 Mar 14

Image 351

HOBART-WRAY

BTW Richard HOBART of Eastmoreland Co. Dublin Esq. of 1st pt & Hugh WRAY [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt] of Birr Kings Co. Esq of the other pt. Dwelling house on west side of the Square of Birr lately inhabited by Mrs. Minchin JACKSON [née Mary Anne TRACY] deceased bounded on one side by Archdiocese SYNGE’s holding and on the other side by High Street and Square to hold by Hugh WRAY for lives of Robert WRAY, Henry WRAY and Hugh Boyd WRAY the three youngest sons of Hugh WRAY … WITNESS: James KEARNEY & Edward SHERLOCK of City of Dublin Gent & Joseph HOBART of Birr, Kings Co. Gent

NOTE: Minchin JACKSON of Fortnall, Kings Co., son of George JACKASON & Anne MINCHIN.

 

527

103

345352

JACKSON, James Esq.

Kings

1800 Apr 29

Image 364

BTW Robert HARDING of Whitehall, Co. Tipperary Gent of 1 pt & Joseph HARDING of Prospect [?] Kings Co. Gent of the other pt. reciting indenture 1780 Mar 15 where James JACKSON Esq. demised to Robert HARDING Dwelling House Shop back yard Coach House Shambles and other offices then in tenancy of Edward LOWRY of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co. Merchant situated in Duke Street in Town of Birr, Barony Ballybritt, Kings Co.. For lives of Robert HARDING Jonathon KENT Junr & Robert BRUCE…. And also reciting lease 15 Mar 1788 BTW Bryan REED of Burke’s Hill [in Birr now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co. mason demised to Robert HARDING park near Burke’s Hill 3r bounded on south by ground leading from Parsonstown to Dublin on west by Edward LOWRY’s Park on north and east by another part of said Bryan REED near town of Parsonstown, Barony Ballybritt, Kings Co. Kings … lives of George SYNGE, Mary VAUGHAN and Frederick JACKSON … WITNESS Wetherloch HOBART of Birr, Kings Co Gent & Joseph DEANE of Birr Gent

NOTE: There is a William Frederick JACKSON (1829-1881) of Ballyboy Frankfort, Kings Co. There may be a connection.

 

527

278

351424

OLIVER, Charles Silver

 

1800-1809

OLIVER-???

 

527

416

352561

IRWIN, Margaret

 

 

Marriage Settlement. Names Index 1800-1809

Margaret TIMON orse IRWIN. Not relevant in 2015.

15

528

70

345680

JACKSON, Joseph

Carlow

1795 Jul 15

PARKER [aka BARKER] 1800

Image 42

Indented deed of Marriage

Between Joseph JACKSON of Coolmanna County Carlow Sergeant in the County of Carlow Militia of one part. Rachel KELLY of Tombay [aka Ballintombay?] County Wicklow of the second part and Joseph BARKER of Coolmana aforesaid her brother [would this be brother-in-law?] of the said Robert KELLY [Robert ?] of the second part. Reciting that the said Joseph JACKSON was possessed of part of the lands of Coolmanna in the County of Carlow aforesaid called Nash’s Quarter containing about 16 acres under a lease of lives, renewable [?] and that said Rachel KELLY was possessed of part of the lands of Tombay in said County containing about 42 acres and that a marriage was then intended to be had between said Joseph JACKSON and Rachel KELLY the marriage portion was released and confirmed under the said Joseph BARKER lands of Ardmore now lands of Nimbay [Tombay?] to hold unto the said Joseph BARKER his assigns in trust WITNESS: Joseph NOBLETT Of Hackettstown, Co Carlow, Carpenter, and Charles Moore McMAHON of Carlow, gent and Joseph BARKER of Coolmana, and Memorial is witnessed by Joseph NOBLETT and Thomas NOBLETT, both of Hackettstown, Co Carlow. Rachel JACKSON her Mark. Seal. SEE: JACKSONs of Nashe’s Quarter

 

528

129

345934

COULTER

 

1800-1809

COULTER, David-MAYNE

COULTER, Margaret-MAYNE

COULTER, Anna-MAYNE

 

528

292

343791

BROWNE

 

1809

BROWNE, Thomas – McWILLIAMS # didn’t match – try earlier books

???

528

300

344454

OLIVER, John

Londonderry

1797, Dec 5

OLIVER-OLIVER

Meml of a Deed John OLIVER of Cloghan, Co. Londonderry of the first part & Thomas OLIVER of Clogham Co. Londonderry of the other part. Witness Henry OLIVER & Samuel MARTIN

 

528

423

347210

JACKSON, John

Clare

1795  Jun 18

JACKSON 1800

John JACKSON of Kilrush [Parish Kilrush, Barony Moyarta], Co. Clare Gent of 1 pt & Alicia JACKSON and Harriet JACKSON both of Kilrush spinsters of the other part. Whereby the said John JACKSON did set to the said Letitia JACKSON and Harriet JACKSON house and tenement held by James WALLACE, Michael FITZGERALD, Mary COLLINS otherwise [?]… [relationships not given]

NOTE: A Capt. John JACKSON of Kilrush died 1822. The women are likely related.

 

528

448

347313

BARTLEY

 

1800-1809

William BARTLEY & anr to INGOLDSBY 

x

528

532

347650

OLIVER, Mary

Cork

1800, Aug 29

OLIVER-BUCKLEY

Meml of Indentured Deed having date 1800 August 29 made between Thomas OLIVER executor of the last will & Testament of Mrs. OLIVER late of the City of Cork deceased. Mary OLIVER widow & relict of the Sd Thomas OLIVER & Mary OLIVER daughter of the aforesaid Thomas OLIVER & John BATHLEY of the same city [?] Chandler of the other part renting ….

 

528

591

347854

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1800 Aug 9

McCULLOGH Jane orse WALKER & husband to MOORE NOTES in 2009 diary 1800-1809

Joseph WALKER of Ballymoney, Co. Antrim, Apothecary & Jane WALKER otherwise McCULLAGH his wife of 1st part.

 

529

1

346055

JACKSON

Kings

1800 Jun 4

BTW Isaac DEJANCOURT of City of Dublin and Radolphus BUCHANNAN. George BUCHANNAN late of City of Dublin now of City of Cork. Simpson HACKETT Esq. of Riverstown, Tipperary. Richard HOBART of Riverstown, Co. Tipperary granted lease in 1782 & 1785. James KEARNEY. Lives of Wetherlock HOBART, [Paschin] POOLE. Mathew HOBART & James BARRY were granted a lease in 1761. Henry PALMER. Life: Rebecca BUCHANNAN daughter of Randolphus BUCHANNAN; George BUCHANNAN (deceased) Paschall Poole HOBART; Jeremiah HANKS eldest son of Jeremiah HANKS. Henry PRITTIE Esq. of Kilboy, Tipperary. Mr. John CUTHBERT, surveyor. Lives: Jane BUCHANNAN; Elizabeth BUHANNAN & Michael KEARNEY. John Hobart MOORE Esq granted lease in 1792. James JACKSON Esq. had previously occupied mills in Balindarra, Kings Co. Rev. Abraham DOWNES of Birr Kings Co. Margaret BUCHANNAN daughter of Randolphus BUCHANNAN. WITNESS William MATURNE[?] Esq. City of Dublin. Thomas Sterling BERRY Esq. of City of Dublin. NOTE: This memorial was close to illegible and these notes are thanks to the heroics of RonPrice.

 

529

128

346653

OLIVER, John

Londonderry

1788, July 24

OLIVER-his wife

Last will and Testament of John OLIVER of Cloghan, parish of Balleagh, Co. Londonderry

Son, Thomas OLIVER – the one full half of Sd John OLIVER farmer in Main in the County of Londonderry. Witness John CALDWELL & Alexander PATTISON both of Cloghan, all in the County of Londonderry

 

529

153

346713

JACKSON, Mary

Dublin

1800 Jul 16

SULLIVAN 1800

Image 404

Deed btw James O’BYRNE of Charlemount, Co. Dublin, Carpenter  & Mary O’BYRNE otherwise JACKSON [daughter of Peter JACKSON & Joanna VINCENT], his wife of the 1st pt, Martha DAMES, spinster of City of Dublin of 2nd pt  & James SULLIVAN of Capel Street of City of Dublin Upholder of 3rd pt.  whereby O’BYRNES & DAMES made over to Sullivan parcel of ground formerly inhabited by John CLARKE Apothecary on East side of Capel Street then #16 at the time of the execution of a lease 14 April 1764 from North to South in front to the Street 37’ 4” from East to west 130’ to lot then of Sackville GARDNER then in possession of Peter JACKSON & Jephrey PRENDERGAST. On the east to a Noble Lane and on the west to Capel Street. With alehouses, Edifices, Buildings Rights, Members …. WITNESS: Henry Vincent JACKSON of Charlemount, City of Dublin, Gent [son of Peter JACKSON & Joanna VINCENT – the property had originally been that of her mother Mary] SEE: Peter JACKSON & Joanna

 

529

159

337944

BALL

Armagh

Down

1799 Apr 25

McGOWAN-WALLACE Tullyvallen

Btw William McGOWAN of Bangor. Co. Down, butcher &  John WALLACE of Newtownards, Down, shopkeeper,  transfer of field commonly called Brickfield near to Newtwownards on which an orchard had formerly been planted  and two little houses  at the end thereof Bounded on the east by Mr. Robert McCULLY’s field and also on the North field occupied by Hans LOGAN on the west by the road leading to said LOGAN’s field  and on the south by William DUGGAN’s garde…. More description NOTE was in townland index under Tullyvallen, but that townland is not mentioned. Also the names given in the index were HAMILTON-BALL.

1

529

263

347097

JACKSON, Peter

Dublin

Kings

Tipperary

1800

Aug 12

PEPPER

Image 461

Btw Peter JACKSON, City of Dublin, Gent of 1st pt & Simon PEPPER of Lisnisky, Co. Tipperary of 2nd pt. Reciting deed of conveyance May 1 1800, btw Robert JACKSON of Grange[Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt], Kings Co. Esq, conveyed to Simon PEPPER his rights to his 6th part of Ballymacmurragh, [Parish Kinnitty Barony Ballybritt], Kings Co…. and reciting that said Peter JACKSON did as of Michelmas term 1790 obtain judgement in his Majesty’s Court of Kings Bench in Ireland against the said Richard JACKSON [NOTE: Did the clerk make an error – should this be Robert JACKSON?] for the fine of £1287 besides costs the said Judge witnessed that the said Peter JACKSON for the consideration in the said deed released, quit claim etc for lands of Ballymacmurragh. WITNESSES: Cooper CRAWFORD & [Timothy?] CROW both of Dublin. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkeiran.

 

529

265

347101

JACKSON, James, Robt, Eugenia

Dublin

Kings

1800

 May 1

PEPPER

Image 462

Image 462

 BTW Robert JACKSON of Grange Kings Co. Esq. of 1pt Eugenia JACKSON widow of 2nd pt James JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],. & John DROUGHT of Whigsborogh both in Kings Co. of 3rd pt. Joseph CURTIS of City of London Esq. & Eugenia CURTIS otherwise JACKSON his wife of 4th pt & Simon PEPPER of Lissinesky Co. Tipperary Esq of 5th pt.

 [see also ROD: 529-263-347097 for more on Ballymacmurragh, Parish Kinnitty Barony Ballybritt]. In consid of £2100 James JACKSON, Robert JACKSON & John DROUGHT conveyed to Simon PEPPER part of land of Tulla otherwise BallymcMurragh [see also ROD: 529-263-347097 for more on Ballymacmurragh, Parish Kinnitty Barony Ballybritt]. the whole being divided into 6 parts of which 4 divided parts were formerly in possession of Hillary ARMSTRONG or her undertenants through a writ of partition filed in Court of Common Pleas in Ireland with the letters B, C, D and F = 229a 2r 10p B, C & D are bounded on North by that part of lands of Ballymacmurray allotted to be the share of the lands of Francis & Elizabeth SHORT and partly by the Mountain of Cumber on the West by the River which divides the said lands of Ballymacmuragh from Ballymacwilliam and Newtown on the south by that part of the lands of Ballymacmuragh which was allotted to the share of said lands of Isaac HUMPHRYS and marked on the map with the letter E bounded on the north side by that part of the lands … annuity payable to the said Ann FRAZIER [aka FRASER] the sum of £3,000 so provide for the said daughter of said Robert JACKSON by the recited settlement … to Simon PEPPER the North West part of the lands of Cumber [Cumber Lower  and/or Cumber Upper, Parish Kinnitty] and also the part of said lands of Cumber in Kings Co. … WITNESS: William NEVILLE steward to Robert JACKSON party thereto JOHNSTON Attorney Esq of Mossfield & Rev. Mathew WOOD Vicar of Seir Kierans, Diocese Ossary and Executor of P and by Eugenia JACKSON by said William NEVILLE Sarah HANSARD & Daniel MAUNSELL both of Kingdom of Great Britain and as to execution by said Joseph and Eugenia CURTIS is witnessed by William NEVILLE, Diana Ainsley ELLIOTT and Anne FRASER of Kingdom of Great Britain and execution of Samuel PEPPER witnessed by William NEVILLE and [Luce?] TALBOT of Roscrea Co. Tipperary … Robert JACKSON [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkeiran.

LDS

529

295

347218

McCULLY

Down

 

Image 477

Marriage btw Wm ARBUTHNOT the younger & Mary McCULLY daughter of James McCULLY of Drumbane Co. Down  … mention of Sarah McCULLY, other daughter of James McCULLY … for lives of James McCULLY and Elizabeth McCULLY his then present life. WITNESS: Rev Philip FLETCHER of Lisburn & John EMERSON of Belfast Merchant. Memorial WITNESS: John EMERSON & Robert DICKSON of Dromore.

 

529

296

347221

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1800 Aug 25

BRETT

Image 478 & 479

Btw Henry JACKSON now of America and late of the City of Dublin, Merchant of the 1st part & James FARRELL of Smithfield, City of Dublin salesman of 2nd pt & John BRETT of Ushers Island merchant of 3rd pt. Reciting indenture 9 Sept 1974, Francis HUNT of Phoenix Street, City of Dublin, Dairyman set to Henry JACKSON plot of land part of the slaughterhouse yard fronting on Phoenix Street 28 feet and from front to rere 57 feet. North side of Phoenix Street. (Said premes had been demised May 2 1792 by Donald STEWART of Aston Quay. City of Dublin, merchant to Francis HUNT for a term of 80 years). Henry JACKSON had expended a considerable amount of money in erecting several lasting improvements and also erected a steam engine and flour mill thereon and carried on the dressing and manufacturing of flour and grain therein.  … Henry JACKSON then called in a £1500 bond [NOTE: This is a very lengthy & complicated memorial] .. land in Balliskin [NOTE: not a townland name that I can find yet] , Parish Taghmon [?], Barony Corkeree, Co. Westmeath… WITNESS: James JOHNSTON & Adron Walker BELLEW both of City of Dublin, Henry JACKSON, Elenor BOND of Bridges, City of Dublin, Widow [of Oliver BOND], James FARRELL. SEE: Lisnaboe JACKSONs.

NOTE: This is the Henry JACKSON of United Irishman fame

LDS

529

315

347272

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1798 Sep 24

McCULLOCK John to JACK1800-1809 (1800)

John McCULLOGH of Dromore, Parish Rasharkin, Barony Kilconway, Co. Antrim

q

529

472

348301

JACKSON, Thomas & George

Sligo

1800 Oct 1

Carrickeensellagh

PHIPPS-JACKSON & ors

Image 568

BTW William Harloe PHIBBS of Sligo, Co. Sligo of 1st pt & Thomas JACKSON of Gortlownan Co. Sligo [Gortlownan, Parish Killerry, Barony Tirerrill] & Robert TRUMBLE of Gortnasellagh Co. Leitrim, Farmer of the other pt. PHIBBS rented to said Thomas JACKSON & Robert TRUMBLE townland of Carrickgeensellagh [Carrigeensallagh , Parish Ballysadare, Barony Tirerrill]  then in possession of Darby MULLANY cont 44 acres for lives of Darby MULLNAMOE in Barony Tirerill [Tirerrill] Co. Sligo. For natural lives of William TRUMBLE 2nd son of the lessee Robert TRUMBLE aged 12 years or thereabout George JACKSON eldest son of the said Lessee Thomas JACKSON aged 14 years thereabouts and George JACKSON 2nd son of William JACKSON of Gortlownan Co. Sligo age 5 years or thereabouts. WITNESS: John CARTER now of Sligo Co. Sligo & Patrick McDONAGH of Sligo Co. Sligo Secretary to the Grand Jury of Co. Sligo. Memorial WITNESS Patrick McDONAGH & Robert WALKER of Drumory, Co. Leitrim farmer. Thomas JACKSON [SEAL] SEE: Deeds related to Thomas JACKSON of Coloony, Lavally, Gortlownan & Teretick etc. Also:

1897 will of Eleanor JACKSON of Sligo

 

529

512

348426

JACKSON, Miles

Limerick

1800 Nov 1

Meade THOMAS

Image 589

Btw Myles JACKSON of Castle Connell, Co. Limerick Esq. and John Meade THOMAS of City of Limerick Merchant…. lands of Castle Connell aka Stradbally [Stradbally North and Stradbally South, Parish Stradbally, in the Barony Clanwilliam is on the border of Co. Clare] then in possession of Myles JACKSON… description ..Barony of Clonwilliam, Co. Limerick

NOTE: Myles JACKSON aka Miles JACKSON. A Miles JACKSON of Lisduane was mentioned in the list of English Proprietors: The Civil Survey of 1654. P335. Myles Jackson of Lishdowan p 340. John JACKSON and two names of a Mr. JACKSON in Names found under “Howses, Gardens, Backsides & c and how seated and bounded” Limerick page 399 – 489.

NOTE: In The Cromwellian Settlement of the County of Limerick, the townland of Stradbally was leased to Richard PEIRCE and John SNOW. The Old Proprietor was Dowager Lady Castleconnell.

NOTE: Miles Jackson was the owner of a large estate in Lisduane, Granagh, in the early 1600s. History of Limerick 55 pp Hamilton JACKSON 1670, then Miles JACKSON & Abraham JACKSON attainted of treason by King James. In a 1687 case, Miles Jackson of Ballyvologue, gent.. is mentioned as was Abraham Jackson of Duntryleague,

SEE: JACKSONs of Duddington – connection of arms bearing 3 eagles heads.

 

529

540

348580

OLIVER, Thomas

Cork

1800, Oct 31

OLIVER-TOBIN

Meml of an Indentured Deed … Mtg bearing date of 31 Oct 1800 between Thomas OLIVER of the City of Cork Gent. Acting Exec. of the Last Will and Testament of Thomas OLIVER late of the City Gent decd of the one part & Wm TOBIN of the Sd city of Cork Vintner of the other part … [this involved an earlier indenture of a Mr. GAGE 30 March 1790]

 

529

581

348781

JACKSON, Thomas

Limerick

1791 Nov 30

CULLIGAN1800

Thomas JACKSON of Fanningstown, Co. Limerick of 1 pt & Michael CULLIGAN and John GORMAN of Corbally in the North East Liberty of the City of Limerick … part of Aughlougherd known as Griffins farm cont 32 acres. SEE: JACKSONs of Duddington

 

530

100

347187

 

 

1800-1809

LEE, Edward – Marriage Articles

 

530

103

347202

BARTLEY

 

1739-1810

CLINTON & anr to BARTLEY1739-1810 (TI Bk 45)  Lossitt & bog, Doramond

x

530

169

347571

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1793, Jan 30

JACKSON to PENTON (I had PROCTOR] Irish St., Armagh

Memorial of an Indentured Deed of Assignment ...

 Image 92

 Btw Robert JACKSON of Ballynewry Co. Armagh Esq. of the 1 pt & Richard PENTON of City of Armagh of the other part.. After reciting Jane GRAHAM of City of Armagh by deed  29 Nov 1792 sold to Robert JACKSON all that Tenement & Garden  in Town of Armagh let by Thomas McCANN Esq. by indenture to Jane GRAHAM in Irish Street, in said City of Armagh for term of year for 38 pounds 13s 2d...[Jim Carlson also involved - complicated] Witnesses Joseph VOGAN? John HADDOCK, Tomas HADDOCK of the City of Armagh Attorney at Law.

 

530

170

347575

DAWSON

Armagh

1800

Tullamore Armagh?

DAWSON, Thomas, Henrietta, Rawdon, James, Elinor 1800-1809 Not pertinent

 

530

381

348624

BAILLIE

Armagh

1800 Aug 13

BAILIE-DONALDSON Notes in 2009 diary1739-1810 Ballinagaple

Between Hugh BAILIE, Robert BAILIE, Wm CONN, Agnes CONN otherwise BAILIE & Martha BAILIE all of Mullaghglass, Parish of Killeavy, Co. Armagh of the 1st part. Samuel DONALDSON of Cloghogg Parish of Creggan, Co. Armagh, Gent … in consideration of £170.00 paid … made over to Samuel DONALDSON all that part of Ballinagaple then in possession of William McCLEMENTS & Samuel McCANN 25 A 2P land formerly in Parish of Creggan now in Newtownhamilton, Barony of Upper Fews. WITNESS Alexander McCOMBE of Castletown, Co. Louth Attorney & Alexander DONALDSON & Michael McCONNELL both of Tullyvallen, Co. Armagh, Farmers; Anne CHURCH of Castletown, spinster. John GRIFFIN, Deputy Registrar.

 

530

524

349376

McCULLAGH

 

 

McCULLOGH Dorothy B & anr to MOODY & ors 1800-1809 (1800)

 

531

353

351212

JACKSON, John

Armagh

1801 Jan 13

 

ATKINSON 1801

Image 479

Amendment of a rent charge btw John JACKSON of Richhill, Co. Armagh, Linen trader & Richard ATKINSON of Ballytrue, Co. Armagh Linen draper. Townlands of Mulladry, Co. Armagh held from the late William RICHARDSON of Richhill. WITNESS: John JELLY & Mary ATKINSON

 

531

416

351642

JACKSON, Richd

Dublin

Roscommon

1801 Mar 25

BIRMINGHAM 1801

Image 512

 btw Elizabeth SUTTON widow of George SUTTON of City of Dublin Esq named in the will of John SUTTON late of City of Dublin deceased of 1st pt, Richard JACKSON of Essex Bridge City of Dublin Looking Glass maker of 2nd pt. Robert YOUNG of Lucan, Co. Dublin Gent of 3rd pt. Thomas FITZGERALD Lieut Col  in his Majesty’s Service of the 4th pt & Ann BERMINGHAM of Newtown Castle Byrne, Co. Dublin of 5th pt. … two quarters of lands of Killeare [?], 448a  in Barony Athlone, Co. Roscommon …

 

531

523

353283

JACKSON, James

Kings

1801 May 26

Image 572

BTW John WILLIAMS of Banagher Kings Co. Gent of 1 pt & Thomas SMITH of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co. Esq of the other pt … part of parcel held [in 1788] by James JACKSON deceased … lives of Mary WILLIAMs and MARY JACKSON and reciting lease 11 Mar 1790 Edward PALMER demised to John PALMER… [lots more detail]

 

532

29

347995

JACKSON, Charles

Dublin

1800 Aug 13

FARNELL 1800

Image  20

Btw Charles JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent & Thomas FARNELL of Fishers Lane in said City, merchant. Reciting indenture 25 July 1773 by William JACKSON then of Mill Street County & City of Dublin, farmer for considerations demised to Nicholas DUNN then of Fisher Lane. … [description of Fishers Lane property] reciting indenture 3 July 1794 Joseph HONE jr & Nathanial HONE both of Dublin executors of will of Anne JACKSON late of City of Dublin, widow. SEE: Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff - DescendantsNOTE: I do not know where Charles JACKSON fits in to the family of William JACKSON and Anne HUNT, his wife.

 

532

378

349395

DONALDSON

Louth

 

SIBTHORP to DONALDSON 1739-1810

(TI Bk 73) Philipstown

x

532

524

350700

OLIVER, Wm

Armagh

1795, Nov 24

KIDD to OLIVER Ennislare & Thomas St., Armagh

Image 268

A memorial of a Deed bearing date the twenty fourth day of November in year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety five Between Benjamin KIDD of Keady and Ballymorran Gent. Of the one part and Wm OLIVER jun of Ennislare in the Parish and County of Armagh Linen Draper of the other part. Wherein it is recited that whereas Wm JOHNSTON of the City and County of Armagh  Gent did by indenture of lease bearing date the sixth day of October  1795 Demise  unto said Benjamin KIDD all that and those that front Dwelling House Offices Yard and Garden lying and being on the south side of Thomas Street in the said City of Armagh  bounded on the South by the holding of Arthur IRWIN  on the north by the holding of Catherine GRAHAM  and James and William BARNES(?) on the east by (?) MURPHY  holding and on the west by Thomas Street aforesaid with full and free liberty of [legal language] at all times during this demise {...] the gateway in Common to said premises  with the said Catherine GRAHAM the [?] to the sd Benjamin KIDD his executors, admins and A?? from the first day of November  then next ensuing for the term of thirty one years ... Witnessed by Samuel KIDD of Darkley, Parish of Derrynoose, Linen Draper  and James OLIVER of Ennislare in the Parish of Armagh . Signed in the presence of us James OLIVER Saml KIDD. Sworn Jan 5 1801 SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

 

532

532

350733

McCULLAGH

Tyrone

1801 Feb 3

Daniel, Shane & Phelemy McCULLOGH to 1800-1809 (1801)

Image 272

Daniel, Shane & Phelemy McCULLOGH  all of Glencapogagle, Co. Tyrone of the one pt, and Francis McCULLOGH of Glencapogagle of the other. Transfer of 8th part of Glencapogagle then in possession of Francis McCULLOUGH Barony of Elliston  Barony of Armagh. WITNESS: Hugh McCULLOGH

 

533

100

365898

JACKSON, Nathl

 

1803

JACKSON

NOTE: Error. The numbers in Book # 533 only go to 363321.

 

533

426

370007

LATOUCHE

 

1800-1809

LATOUCHE, William-VILLIERS

NOTE: Error. The numbers in Book # 533 only go to 363321.

 

533

427

354654

McCULLAGH

Down

1800 Aug 1

McCULLOCH John to GOURLY 1800-1809 (1801)

Image 536

John McCULLOUCH of Drumhirk, Co. Down, farmer of the 1 part to Robert GOURLY …. 18a Cunningham measure in townland of Drumhirk, parish Kilmeed, Co. Down … lives of John McCULLOCH, Hannah McCULLOCH alias HARVEY his wife and James McCULLOCH their eldest son… WITNESS: Robert MONTGOMERY, Town of Comber, attorney.

 

533

557

364370

JACKSON, Wm

England

1802 Oct 30

CRAVEN

Error: I had #362912. This book skips from 355824 to 364370 The latter is for CRAVEN & ors to DOWKER

Image 613

William JACKSON of Stanford in Co. Lincoln, England, Draper & James BOWKER of the same place & Rev. Joseph MONKHOUSE Clerk of Despery{?] in Co. Lincoln of 1st pt. John HALL of Carey Street, Co. of Middlesex of 2nd pt & Abel CRAVEN of Swacliffe near Dunbury near Oxford  … refers to an indenture 16 Feb 1802 where the deed was rendered illegible by salt water because it was in a vessel which sank on the way to Ireland … Thomas BOWKER’s will 19 Feb 1802 bequeathed his estates to William JACKSON, James BOWKER and Joseph MONKHOUSE … will in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury … Sum of £57.10 & £3,413.4 .. [regrettably, it did not identify the properties]

 

534

122

349534

McCULLAGH

Monaghan

1800 Jan 10

GILLESPIE-McCULLAGH Notes in 2009 diary Book 45 (1739-1810) There are lots more Drummuck deeds in this section.

Between David GILLESPIE of Latgallin & formerly of Drummuck, Co. Monaghan of 1st part & James McCULLAGH of Shantanagh of other part…. GILLEPSIE demised to James McCULLAGH dwelling house in Drummuck formerly in possession of John GILLESPIE Gent, dec’d then in actual possession of James SMITH & John SMITH … 20 acres arable & pasture land for natural life of John GILLESPIE of City of Dublin, Gent WITNESS: John GILLESPIE of City of Dublin, Gent, one of the attorneys & Rev James MORRELL of Ballybay.

 

534

132

349578

JACKSON, Elizabeth & ors

Dublin

1800 Dec 23

JACKSON-PARKER. Names Index 1800-1809

Image 75

Btw Peter JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. & Elizabeth TOWERS otherwise JACKSON his wife of the one pt Thomas PARKER of City of Dublin Tobacconist of other pt. In consid of £375 transferred dwelling house & messuage marker No 2 next house formerly inhabited by Edward BEATTY and now inhabited by Thomas HIRD Merchant on the North and adjoining house formerly inhabited by Mr. WALLER and now by John CREIGHTON Surgeon on the south together with the Ware house at the rere of the house & the use of the Gateway and passage common Stable yard at rere of premise situate on St Andrew St. County & City of Dublin. WITNESS: Joshua MARTIN City of Dublin Gent & Patrick CAFREY servant to Peter JACKSON.

16e

534

143

349771

JACKSON, John

Armagh

1800, Aug 1

BALL-JACKSON Townland Bk 2 1739-1810

Image 81

A Memorial of a Deed of a Lease bearing date the first day of August 1800 made between Thomas BALL of Cullihanna in the County of Armagh Esq. Of the one part and John JACKSON of Liscalgat in the Said County of Armagh farmer of the other part. Whereby the said Thomas BALL for the Consideration therein mentioned did Demise Grant Set and to [farm?] Let Release and Confirm Unto the Said John JACKSON (then being by virtue of a Lease for a year as therein mentioned & to his assigns all that and there that part of the Lands of Urker known by the name of the Charter Lands then in the possession of the said John JACKSON Containing by estimation 29 acres, two roods or thereabouts be the same more or less which is [_arly] described in a map or [__rchart] there of thereunto annexed situate lying and being in the Parish of Creggan Barony of Upper Fews and County of Armagh Excepting and Reserving out of Said demise unto the said Thomas BALL his heirs and assigns as therin is Excepted and Reserved to hold said Demised premises with the appurts unto the said John JACKSON his heirs Exors Admons and Assigns for and during the natural life and lives of the said John JACKSON the lessee then aged about nineteen, Margaret and Barbara JACKSON twins sisters of the said John JACKSON both aged seventeen years thereabouts & the surviving issue of them as for and during the term of twenty four years to be computed from the 21st day of November then last which ever of said term for lives or years should last the longest at and under the yearly rent of [pounds] 34..16..7p in which said lease is contd sevl clauses & covts in the said John JACKSON his heirs, Exors, Admins, & Assigns to be done & performed & in case the said John JACKSON his heir Exors, Admins & Assigns shall perform & fulfill said Covenants and Clauses then said yearly rent of [pounds] 34.16.7 should be reduced to [pounds] 32.9.4 and no more which said deed was duly executed [?/?] therto in presence of and witnessed by Saml BALL of Urker in the County of Armagh Esq. & Patrick KANE of Coolderry in Said County and [?] this Memorial was also duly Exed by the said John JACKSON in presence of the said Patrick KANE & George JACKSON of the City of Dublin Attorney at Law, John JACKSON [SEAL] Signed Sealed and Delivered in presence of Patrick KANE came this day before me & made oath & saith he is [?] Witness to & saw the Original Deed of which the above writing is Memorialized duly.

Executed by the parties thereto & also save the above memorial duly executed by the above named John JACKSON and saith the name Patrick KANE [?] as a witness to said [?] & Memorial [....] proper name & handwriting Patrick KANE sworn before me at Dundalk in the County of Louth the 29th day of December 1800 by Virtue of a commission to me directed for taking affidavits in the County and I know the deponent Stephen PAGE junior.

SEE: Jackson Family - Five Generations – a page that needs updating.

 

534

144

349772

JACKSON, Margaret

Armagh

1801 Jan 7

Btw Samuel McKEE of Castleblayney Co Monaghan Shopkeeper of the 1 pt. Margaret JACKSON of Liscalgat Co Armagh spinster of the 2nd pt  Margaret JACKSON of same widow  of Liscalgot of the 3rd pt John JACKSON of Liscalgot of the 4th pt… BLANEY had leased to Samuel McKEE a plot of land on Market Street in Castleblayney bounded on the east by John McMATH’s tenement on the north by Market St on the west by Edward McARDLEs and on the north by William LEWIS’s… yearly rent of 2 pounds 10s marriage to be btw Samuel McKEE & Margaret JACKSON… transfer to James McKEE and John JACKSON… WITNESS: John GILMORE of Creggan, Gent Redmond BYRNES of Clarnach [?] Co Armagh farmer & George JACKSON of Dublin Attorney at law. NOTE: Margaret JACKSON (1783-1810) SEE: JACKSONs of Urker

16e

534

155

344628

DAWSON

 

1794-1799

DAWSON, Patrick-McCULLOGH Wrong Bk.

???

534

229

350045

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1792 Dec 27

McCULLOCH John to BRYSON 1800-1809 (1801)

Btw John McCULLOCH of Parish of Glassdummon Parish of Mullaghbrach Co Armagh & William BRYSON of Ballysallagh, Parish of Bangor Co Down in condition of £63.8.3 pd McCULLOGH transferred land on the West side of North St in town of Newtownards.. bounded on the north by #27 on the east with North St on the south with #2 and on west with Mary St.

16e

534

536

351375

JACKSON, Richd

Dublin

Roscommon

1801

Feb 20

SUTTON Image 319

Richard JACKSON of Essex Bridge, City of Dublin, Looking Glass Seller of 1pt & Elizabeth SUTTON widow of George SUTTON Esq., City of Dublin executors of last will and testament of John SUTTON late of City of Dublin, Alderman, of other pt. Richard JACKSON for consideration mentioned sold to Elizabeth SUTTON & George SUTTON 2/4 of land of Kilcarre abt 478 acres plantation measure, Barony of Athlone, Co. Roscommon with the apperts & a certain judgement WITNESS Christopher CALLAGHAN, City of Dublin, Gent.

 

534

567

351481

JACKSON, James

Kings

1801 Mar 21

Image 335

BTW Joseph WHITE formerly of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co but now of City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt & Benjamin KERNEY of City of Dublin Gent of other pt. Recites that John FRIEND [?]  was possessed of some Good & Life Estate  in all that and those the Corner House at the Duke in Town of Birr Kings Co, which had been held by Rev. Abraham DOWNES … release 1 Sept 1788 Robert POYNTON … Joseph WHITE being seized of said premises under said last mentioned deed erected valuable buildings and improvements .. and further recited that by release dated 1 Mar 1774 James JACKSON then of Parsonstown Kings Co. demised to Ann [FERRENS? FERRIS?] the house that she lived in at Longstaffs Lane in Parsonstown which she had lately built with the little garden opposite the door of said house which garden was as broad as the house was long to [?] north wall of Mr. FRIEND’s house to hold for lives of Thomas BUTLER, David BUTLER & Richard [FERNS? FERRENS?]

 

535

111

350044

JACKSON, John

Down

1801 Jan 10

Image 64

Deed of release btw William BRYSON of Ballysallagh Co. Down Farmer of 1 pt Alexander ARNOLD of Ballysallagh of other pt – grant land on the south side of High Street in Newtownards Co. Down bounded on North with said Street and on the east with a garden formerly in possession of James BRUCE Esq. on the south with John ROGERs meadow & on the west with a tenement now at some time in possession of John JACKSON …. WITNESS: James ARNOLD of Ballysallagh Farmer & Henry KENNEDY of City od Dublin Gent Attorney at law.

 

535

138

350158

JACKSON?

Armagh

1801 Dec 21

DAVIS-DONNELY Book 2 (1739-1810) Tullymore & Mill 1739-1810

Btw William DAVIS of Aughasooley, Co. Armagh, farmer of 1 pt & & Bernard DONNELLY of Maydown [Maydown, Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny] & Thomas HUTCHESON of Carrickhaness both in sd Co farmers of the other part ... corn and flax mill in Tullymore [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh],& portion of land usually held by Robert WELSH cont 36 acres  2 roods & 14 perches.... witnessed by Frances SMYTHE of Blackwatertown

T7-8

535

273

350594

DAWSON

Dublin

1801 Feb 7

DAWSON, John, his will 1800-1809

John DAWSON of Castle St City of Dublin, Merch... wife Sarah DAWSON, son Alexander DAWSON...... son James DAWSON, lands of Nicholstown Co Louth... daughter Margaret BEAHAM & husband Gerald BEAHAM ... lands of Cookstown, Rahanee and Ardee in Co Louth and of Prospect in Co Monaghan...

 

535

308

350808

McCULLAGH

 

1801 Feb 16

McCULLOGH Edward & wife to CARLETON & ors1800-1809 (1801)

Edward McCULLAGH of Co Kilkenny...

 

535

368

351154

JACKSON, Strettle

Cork

1801

GIBBINGS

SEE: Quaker JACKSONs of Cork, Dublin & Tipperary.

 

535

412

351537

JACKSON, John

Belfast

1801Mar 21

CRAWFORD-JACKSON

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

Robert CRAWFORD of Belfast Innkeeper & John JACKSON of Ballymeehin, Co Down famer of other part... dwelling house on Shore Street in Holywood

 

535

511

352541

PEPPARD

Limerick

  1801 Apr 17

PEPPARD, Robert. Cappagh. Premarriage Lt. John BROWN of Limerick Militia to Constance ODELL daughter of Col. ODELL. RozMcC

 

535

606

353254

JACKSON, Robert

Kings

1801 May 4

JACKSON-PRONI T808/8266

Image 311

Memorial registered 9 June 1801 of lease of 4 May 1801 for lives renewable for ever BTW  Robert JACKSON of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt]  in Kings Co. Esq. of 1st pt. to Henry HARDING of Dublin City Gent. Of the other pt. Robert JACKSON demised to Henry JACKSON in his actual possession the house offices & the Desmesne lands & bogg of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt]  61 ½ acres in Ballybritt Barony in Kings County for lives of said Henry HARDING the lessee, Johnathon HARDING eldest son of Johnathon HARDING of Clonlee [Clonlee, Parish Kinnitty, Barony of Ballybritt] in Kings County Esq. & Thomas PALMER son of John PALMER of Glenacurra [Glenacurragh, Parish Ettagh, Barony of Ballybritt], in Kings Co. Esq. WITNESSES Rev Mathew WOOD Clke John PALMER of Glenacurra Esq. in Kings Co. upon payment of one peppercorn. Memorial signed by

Robert JACKSON [SEAL] WITNESS Rev. Matthew WOOD Clke.. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

 

536

48

35367

ATKINSON

DOBBIN

Armagh

1800 Feb 18

ATKINSON-DOBBIN Ballynahone & Mill

Edward ATKINSON, City of Armagh Esq. Doctor of Phessick of the one part & Leonard DOBBIN of City of Armagh merchant of the other. ATKINSON to DOBBIN corn mills and kilns of Ballinahone lately possessed by Thomas QUIN now in possession and occupation of Leonard DOBBIN, 8 acres.

 

536

138

352497

COULTER

Louth

1801 Apr 23

COULTER, Samuel-MURDOCK 1800-1809

Btw Samuel COULTER of Carnbeg & devisee of Joseph COULTER of Dowdellshill of 1 pt & George MURDOCK of Belfast Gent.. citing deed of release dated Sept 20 1778by George MURDOCK of Newry & Joseph COULTER... dwelling house in High St Newry...then possessed by Mrs. Ann TEMPLETON... reciting that sd Joseph COULTER is no dead and bequeathed all his property subject to debts  & legacies to Samuel COULTER party thereto and appointed Samuel & Robert DICKIE executors of his will...... signed in presence of William HENRY & Joseph WRIGHT.

 

536

286

354739

OLIVER, Susanna OLIVER, Isabella

Limerick

1801, Aug 17

OLIVER-OLIVER 1800-1809 I have this deed.

Indentured deed between Rev. Hans HAMILTON clerk, second son of the Rt. Rev. Father in God Hugh HAMILTON, Bishop of Ossary of the first part Susannah OLIVER spinster daughter of the Rt. Honourable Silver OLIVER, deceased, of the second part ... the son of Hugh BISHOP of Ossary of the third part and Charles Silver OLIVER of Castle OLIVER in the Co of Limerick Esq. & Alexander HAMILTON Esq Barrister at Law and eldest son of the said Bishop of Ossery of the fourth part [lots more -]

 

536

326

355196

JACKSON, Elizabeth

Fermanagh

Monaghan

Meath

1801

Jun 3

MCQUILLAN

Deed of assignment btw Elizabeth JACKSON relict and administrator of Hugh JACKSON late of Reyland Co. Fermanagh deceased of the 1 pt & Arthur McQUINLAN, Philip McQUINLAN and John McQUINLAN of Doreylydigan Co. Monaghan farmers of the other part. Reciting that the said Elizabeth JACKSON in consideration of her vested powers in the will of her deceased husband [Hugh JACKSON] and in consideration of the sum of £280 sterling granted to Arthur McQUINLAN, Philip McQUINLAN and John McQUINLAN formerly granted in lease to Joseph JACKSON, & Hugh CORR by Henry OWEN of Ballindremmy Co. Meath Esq. to hold to Arthur McQUINLAN, Philip McQUINLAN and John McQUINLAN for the natural life of Joseph JACKSON of Alligish, Co. Monaghan. WITNESS: John SWEENEY of Derrylidigan, Co. Monaghan, & Francis McCOLLIN of sd place. NOTE: Reylan is likely Rellan, Parish of Clones, Barony Clankelly.

 

537

332

352998

JACKSON, Catherine

Cork

1801 May 2

Catherine JACKSON widow City of Cork Occupier of a Dwelling House in Fish Street, Parish of Christchurch, City of Cork. KaeLewis

 

537

381

353255

JACKSON, Robt

Kings

1801 May 1

LUCAS

Image 209

Robert JACKSON of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt], Kings Co. to William LUCAS of Brusnow [aka Brosna , Parish Kilmurryely, Barony Clonlisk], Kings Co. Mention of son Benjamin LUCAS. No info that I don’t have in other deeds. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

 

537

390

353370

JACKSON, James

Kings

1796 Nov 20

LINDSAY

Image 214

James JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co. Esq of 1st pt & Marlborough LINDSAY of same, shoemaker of other. JACKSON demised to LINDSAY farm in his possession – upper end of Back Lane in town of Birr together with unroofed house or waste plot next adjoining. The dwelling house bounded on the north by New Bridge Street, on the west by Thomas COLE’s holding in Town of Birr, Barony Ballybritt Kings Co for natural lives of John LINDSAY. Simon LINDSAY & Wentworth LINDSAY, first second & third sons of Marlborough LINDSAY. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

 

537

432

353593

JACKSON, Charles

Dublin

1801 Jun 13

HAWKINS

Image 235

Charles JACKSON of James St., City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt & David HAWKINS of Strand Street, Coachmaker. Recites several earlier leases.

 

537

459

353757

COULTER

Monaghan

1801 Apr 23  

McCREIGHT to COULTER  (TI Bk 45) Mullacrunk 1739-1810  

Image 248

BTW James McCREIGHT of Caleigh Parish of Tullycorbet, Co. Monaghan farmer of 1 pt & John COULTER of Anamacneil Parish & county aforesaid Linen Draper of the other pt… land of Mullacrunk Parish Tullycorbet Co. Monaghan with dwelling houses Outhouses and Gardens formerly in possession of David McCULLAGH and tenements in occupation of Samuel BOYD, Robert BOYD, Andrew BOYD, Hugh RIDDELL and David McCULLAGH 16a WITNESS: John GILLESPIE City of Dublin Gent one of the attorneys and George BARKLEY of Lossett Co. Monaghan farmer.

x

537

528

354085

COULTER

Louth

1801 Jul 9

COULTER, George-SMITH 1800-1809 Image 283.

George COULTER of town of Drogheda, merchant of the 1 pt & John SMITH & Thomas PRENTICE of City of Dublin merchants and copartners in trade. Reciting indenture Jun 9 1783 re lease to COULTER of dwelling house, outhouse, gardens, parks, and fields of meadow 8a 3r 6p, parish of St. Mary’s Town & Co. Drogheda, bounded on the east by lands in St. James Parish known as the brickfields, on the north by the road leading from Drogheda to Mamington, on the south by lands held by re. Robert CUTHBERT & Mr. William CHESHIRE. To hold to George COULTER for 36 years. Reciting indenture Oct 14, 1799 Thomas MATHEWS of Town of Drogheda demised to George COULTER that large warehouse in Salt House Lane … more description. Mention of a John COULTER that is confusing

 

537

544

354371

JACKSON, Wm

Carlow

1801 Apr 4

GOVERNOR OF CARLOW

Image 291 Complex deed.

There are many high ranking people involved – and William JACKSON… All that and there plot of ground on which a Stable lately stood Situate at the rere of the dwelling of William JACKSON in Burren Street in said town of Carlow … also that other plot of land on which a Stable lately stood situate at the rere of the dwelling house of the said William JACKSON marked #4… and which built under the old Court House in the Town of Carlow both of which plots of land are in the possession of William JACKSON and were taken in or were intended to be taken in  Enclosed and built on for the purpose of enlarging the site of a Court or Sessions House then building in the Town of Carlow …. And build such part of the Court House as they think fit for the depth of 80 feet over the passage leading to the rere of the Dwelling house of the said William JACKSON and adjoining to the site of the Court House. NOTE: SEE: Carlow Courthouse. I can’t quite situate this William JACKSON in a family tree. There may be a connection to JACKSONs of Nashe’s Quarter.

 

538

147

355985

JACKSON, Wm M

Clare

1793 Dec 13

HALLERAN 1801

Image 402

William Marcus JACKSON of [Allerview?] Co. Clare of 1 pt. George HALLORAN of City of Limerick, Gent of other pt. … decree … house and Quay formerly held by John FITZGERALD & House in Quay Lane otherwise Bridge Street formerly tenanted by Thomas JONES …

NOTE: William Marcus JACKSON (1761-1822) husband of Jane DEVREAUX.

 

538

279

358137

BARTLEY

Monaghan

1789 Feb 3

BARTLEY & ors. Marriage Articles 1739-1810 (TI Bk 45) Lossitt & bog

NAMES: William BARTLEY of Lossit; Robert BARTLEY, son of William; David GILLESPIE of Drummuck; Catherine GILLESPIE granddaughter of David; George BARTLEY; John ELLIOT; James COULTER of Killymount; John McMORRAN. OTHER PLACES: Glenrich.

x

538

290

358153

McCULLAGH

 

1800-1809 (1802)

Revd James McCULLOGH, Catherine McCULLOGH orse GORDON & ors to KEOWN

 

538

343

358260

COULTER

 

1800-1809

COULTER, David-GREER

 

538

472

359022

JACKSON, Strettle

Cork

1802 Mar 30

GIBBONS1802

Image 572

Btw Strettle JACKSON of City of Cork Esq. of 1 pt & Thos GIBBLINGS of City of Cork Esq. … land of Ballincranigg 336a in South Liberties of City of Cork … Strettle JACKSON [SEAL]  SEE: Quaker JACKSONs of Cork, Dublin & Tipperary.

 

538

503

358293

JACKSON, Wm C

Dublin

1802 Mar 29

WHITE

btw William Catherwood JACKSON of Crow Street, City of Dublin, Taylor of the one pt. & Sir John WHITE & Richard GREENFIELD Esq. of City of Dublin Executor of last will of George WARREN of Crow Street deceased of the other part. Reciting 27th  ?? 1788 ….

 

539

18

352316

JACKSON, Robt

Kings

1800 Aug 31

LYSTER1801

Image 14 – very faint

 Robert JACKSON of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt], Esq. demised to  Robert LYSTER of Grange, Kings Co. two parts of the lands of Grange then held by John LYSTER Senr. In two leases one of said farm containing 11a 30p the other farm of 32a 30p. in all 43s 1r 30p in Barony Ballybritt, Kings Co.  SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

 

539

42

353804

DAWSON

Down

1766 Apr 11

DAWSON, John & Thomas & Anne - Marriage articles1800-1809

Recited 1766 Apr 11 btw John DAWSON of Ballnacraty [aka Ballymacaratty], Parish Donaghmore [Barony Upper Iveagh] , Co. Down of 1st pt & Thomas DAWSON of Killyman Co. Tyrone of 2nd pt… [hard to read] lands left to Ann DAWSON by her father’s will … Jonathon SKEFFLINGTON …

 

539

143

354482

JACKSON, William

Kings

Dublin

1801 Aug 5

Image 78

BTW John BOARDMAN of Birr, Kings Co. Merchant of 1 pt & William JACKSON of the Coombe, Co. Dublin, Clothier of the other pt. Reciting lease 3 July 1756 Thomas GIFFORD of Castleford Co. Meath Bart & Lady Ellen GIFFORD his wife demised to Joseph BOARDMAN father of said John BOARDMAN half of lands of Killowen formerly in possession of Robert WILEY and then in possession of Joseph BOARDMAN containing 291a … description of boundaries … Manor of Castlejordan, Barony Warrenstown Kings Co. for lives of Joseph BOARDMAN, Thomas BOARDMAN and Robert BOARDMAN sons of Joseph BOARDMAN … reciting lease 28 Jun 1782 John GREENE of City of Dublin Merchant deceased demised to John BOARDMAN & John WHITE of Monasterous [Monasteroris Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown],  Kings Co. Gent the lands of Clondaleemen [Clondalee Beg, Parish Killyon, Barony Upper Moyfenrath], Co. Meath called Woodvilla in possession of John GREENE with dwelling house Garden Out Offices and appurts to hold to said John BOARDMAN and John WHITE for lives of John WILCOCKS, Joshua STRANGMAN and John RIDGEWAY in the original deed for term of 21 yars at yearly rent of £70 and John GREEN demised to John BOARDMAN lands of Clandaleebegg [Clondalee Beg] and Errinlarney cont 300a [or 388?] 3 r 36 p in Parish Killyan [Killyon ] Barony Maylenfannagh, Co. Meath to hold to said John BOARDMAN for 41 years at yearly rent of £231.11 … and John BOARDMAN was seized of a freehold estate for his own life in townland Jonestown [Jonestown , Parish Ballymacwilliam, Barony Warrenstown] Kings Co by virtue of a lease made by Joseph BOARDMAN of Ardee St City of Dublin Clothier to said John BOARDMAN and that John BOARDMEN had mortgaged to William JACKSON … and granted in his actual possession [I assume the lands of Jonestown] … WITNESS Joseph BOARDMAN of Ardee St & Myles CORRY of City of Dublin Gent

NOTE: William JACKSON (1737-) of the Coombe, Co. Dublin [and of Edenderry, Kings Co.] was a son of Thomas JACKSON (1698-1785) and Mary BOARDMAN (1694-1740). She was the daughter of Joseph BOARDMAN who died abt 1742, and hence most likely the sister of the three brothers who were lives in this deed. Both the JACKSONs and the BOARDMANs were Quakers. SEE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

 

539

226

354817

GORE, Robert

Wicklow

1801 Mar 25

Image 121

BTW Robert GORE of Seaview, Co. Wicklow of 1 pt & Rev. Thomas BROWNRIGG of Springfarm, Co. Wicklow of the other pt. Part of lands of Kilpedder in Barony Newcastle, Co. Wicklow

 

539

227

354825

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1801 Aug 7

SPARKS

Image 121

Btw Richard SMITH of City of Dublin, Iron Monger & Frances SMITH otherwise SALLERY otherwise  MOORE his wife of the 1st pt  & Henry Vincent JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. of 2nd pt & Upton SPARKS of City of Dublin of 3rd pt. Reciting indenture of lease 18 April 1792 the said Richard SMITH set to Joanna JACKSON Co. Dublin widow [of Peter JACKSON]  house lately erected by Robert SALLERY on east side of Mill Town Road then called Charlemount Street Co. Dublin next to an adjoining house of Thomas ANDREWS in breadth in the front to said street 20’ & depth from front to rere 132’ bounded on north by house belonging to John BUTLER then in possession of Miss WARBURTON, on the south to house belonging to Thomas ANDREWS on the east by a passage & on the west by Charlemount Street to hold by Joanna JACKSON for 7 years for yearly rent of 34 pounds 2s 6d. Reciting lease  4 Sept 1793 Joanna JACKSON transferred to her son Henry Vincent JACKSON… [more legal detail] SEE: Peter JACKSON & Joanna

 

539

248

354940

COULTER

Down

1801 Aug 1

COULTER, John-COULTER 1800-1809

John COULTER the elder of Ballyminstry Co. Down, farmer of 1 pt;  John COULTER the younger only son of John COULTER the elder also of Ballymenestragh of the other pt… Coulter sr. demised to COULTER jr one full half or moiety of Mill of Ballen  & half the land commonly called the Mill Lands…

 

539

273

352686

or 293

OLIVER

 

1800-1809

OLIVER-WALKINSHAW wrong

???

539

293

355212

OLIVER, Anne

Monaghan

1801, Sept 25

OLIVER-OLIVER Anne OLIVER’s marriage to Samuel Elgee

Ballyrea, Dundalk

A Memorial of an indented deed bearing date of 22nd day of April 1801 and made between Samuel ELGEE of Rochvale, Co Monaghan of the one part, Anne OLIVER of Ballyrea in the County of Armagh spinster of the second part and Joseph OLIVER and Benjamin OLIVER both of Ballyrea aforesaid Gent of the third part. Whereby after recits as therein it is receipted that a marriage is to be had and solemnized between the said Samuel ELGEE And Anne OLIVER sister of the said Joseph OLIVER and Benjamin OLIVER. The said Samuel ELGEE For the consideration[....] and for settling a competent portion of jointure for the said Anne OLIVER in case she shall survive him did grant [___] convey and confirm unto the said Joseph OLIVER and Benjamin OLIVER all that and those tenants in the Upper Ward in the town of Dundalk [____] part 82 feet in depth from the street to the Mill Race 260 feet [?] 63 feet situate lying and being in the town of Dundalk then or late in the Tenure or Occupation of Michael [Callair]? And .... to hold to the said Joseph OLIVER & Benjamin OLIVER their heirs assigns ... during the continuance of the Lease of said premises for all rentals to be had gotten or obtained thereof .... Witnessed by William HUTCHINSON of Ballyrats in the County of Armagh, William OLIVER of Laragh in the Co. of Monaghan farmer and memorial is also witnessed by the said William HUTCHISON. William OLIVER [SEAL] Samuel Elgee [SEAL} Joseph OLIVER [SEAL] SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

 

539

439

356155

JACKSON, John

Londonderry

1794 May 19

DUNLOP-JACKSON

Daniel DUNLOP of Main, Londonderry, & John MURRELL of Ballyguinn, Londonderry  1st part;

John JACKSON deceased of Shanevy [Parish of Aghanloo, Barony of Keenaght] Lands of Clonevy & Ballyvolane [Londonderry?]. WITNESS: Samuel JACKSON Roz McC

 

540

62

354226

JACKSON, Mary

Antrim

1794 Aug 9

HOWE Image 342

Btw Mary Elinor JACKSON otherwise Mary Elinor BLAIR of Blairmount wife of William JACKSON late of Larne of one pt; John HOWE of Blairmount, Co. Antrim. 1/3rd of the ½ of the land of Blairmount otherwise Killyglen, Co. Antrim with the mountain thereto belonging [?] part of Paluck … late in possession of William Henry BLAIR.  NOTE: Connor Wills: JACKSON, James, Larne, 1766. Blairmount is one mile outside the Town of Larne. SEE: 403-140-265751 I suspect that this William JACKSON was a surgeon in the British Navy who married Mary Helen BLAIR (?-1811), daughter of James BLAIR. Her death date is a hunch based on an entry in Connor Diocesan Wills for a Mary Elin JACKSON als BLAIR in the parish of Carncastle, in 1811. It is a possible that her mother was Elinor JACKSON (aft 1735). SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

 

540

83

354281

McCULLAGH

 

1800-1809 (1801)

McCULLOGH  Edward, Matilda orse KATHRENS & husband to WADE

 

540

95

354353

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1800 Jun 18

McCULLOCH James to HAMILTON 1800-1809 Image 358

Instrument of conveyance: James McCULLAGH of [Tanagh?], Parish Rasharken, Co. Antrim part of a farm of 12a, … term partly expired, Joseph McCULLOCH tansfered his share 8s son John McCULLOCH

 

540

95

365375

McCULLAGH

 

1800-1809

McCULLOCH Alexander to REID (1802)

 

540

453

356243

JACKSON, William

Antrim

1801 Aug 2

Crossle Notes

BTW William JACKSON of Glynn, Co Jun 23 to James JACKSON of Larne. Antrim Linen draper and heir at law of William JACKSON later of Larne merchant of the 1 pt; Elizabeth SINCLARE als JACKSON als ALLEN of Glynn mother of said William JACKSON. Reciting lease of 1736 to James JACKSON of Larne  tenement house and garden on north side of Mill street in Old Town of Larne … James JACKSON made his last will 1762 and devised to his son William JACKSON his lease… William JACKSON being since deceased leaving said William JACKSON after his death his only son & heir at law & other children Jane and Elizabeth JACKSON. At time of his death William JACKSON was possessed of considerable property Elizabeth JACKSON’s proportion was £500 which some time since came to the hands of her brother William JACKSON and the said Elizabeth being of weak mind the said William JACKSON demised his interest to Elizabeth SINCLAIR in trust for said Elizabeth for life … WITNESS: Samuel ALLEN jr Larne Esq.

SEE Beneath

 

540

455

356243

JACKSON, Wm

Antrim

1801 Aug 2

SINCLAIRE Image 546

William JACKSON of Glynn, Co. Antrim, linen draper, only son and heir at law of William JACKSON of Larne, Co. Antrim  merchant of the 1 pt & Elizabeth SINCLAIR otherwise JACKSON otherwise ALLEN of Glyn Mother of the said William JACKSON of the other part. Reciting indenture of lease 23 June 1736 The Right Hon Alexander Earl of Antrim set to James JACKSON of Larne, Barony Glenarn, Co. Antrim tenement & garden on North Side of Mill St. in Town of Larne … description of bordering properties… On or about 4 Oct  1762, James JACKSON published his last will and testament & devised to his son William JACKSON during his natural life and after his death to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten his right to tenement .. that the said William JACKSON was long since dead without having made a will leaving the said William JACKSON who was born after his death his only son and heir and two other children Jane and Elizabeth JACKSON. That the said William JACKSON was possessed at the time of his death of a very considerable Chattle property said Elizabeth’s proportion amounts to the sum of £300 some time since then came into the hands of said William JACKSON her brother and the said Elizabeth JACKSON being of weak mind the said William JACKSON hath agreed to convey his interest in said premises to the said Elizabeth SINCLAIR her mother in trust for the use of the said Elizabeth JACKSON. The said William JACKSON in consideration of the sum of £300 assigned the tenements and garden wherein James JACKSON formerly dwelt and also the house and shop opposite to said tenement on the south side …. In the old Town of Larne Barony Glenarm, Co. Antrim to hold to the said Elizabeth SINCLAIR on behalf of Elizabeth JACKSON. WITNESS: Samuel ALLEN jr of Larne Esq.; William DONAGHY.   SEE: 540-62-354226 SEE: ROD: 721- 80-492615 SEE also: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

 

540

456

356245

McCULLAGH, James

Armagh

1800 Nov 20

James McCULLAGH of City of Armagh, Gent of 1st pt to George PERRY of City of Armagh, Esq of 2nd pt for £34 paid by PERRY assigns back house at rere of house lately occupied by Holland LECKY Esq. in English street, Armagh. PMcW

NOTE: Need to explore possible relation to John McCULLAGH (-1818) of Kearny Hill, husband of Jane OLIVER

 

540

537

356857

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1801

Dec 5

PETER Image 586

Btw John RICE of Grafton Street, City of Dublin Bookseller, & John JACKSON of Grafton Street, Tunbridge Warehouse & Tapman, re: estate & effects of Thomas REYNOLDS of City of Dublin shopkeeper, dealer & chapman a bankrupt of the 1st pt. Thomas REYNOLDS of the 2nd pt; Walter PETER late of Peter Place but now of Grafton St. City of Dublin Goldsmith & jeweler of 3rd pt. … for 9000 John RICE & John JACKSON sold new dwelling house messuage and tenement on west side of Grafton Street … descry of neighbouring properties

 

541

7

353368

JACKSON, Peter

Antrim

1801 May 25

WHITESIDE

Image 9 – faint

Peter JACKSON of Muckamont, Co. Antrim [probably Muckamore, Grange or Parish of Muckamore, Barony Lower Massereene] farmer of the 1 pt & James WHITESIDE of Ballyarnot, Co. Antrim Linen draper of the other…. 3a 15p of Muckamore to hold to Samuel WHITESIDE…SEEJacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim. – I have yet to find where they fit.

 

541

7

355568

JACKSON, Peter

Antrim

1801 May 23

Crossle notes

BTW Peter JACKSON of Muckamore Co. Antrim farmer of 1 pt & Samuel WHITESIDE of Ballarnet, Co. Armagh linen draper of the other. JACKSON sold field next adjoining Samuel WHITESIDEs land con 3a 15p part of parcel of land in Muckamore in Muckamore Co. Antrim. See above

 

541

541

355416

JACKSON, Hugh

Dublin

1802 Feb 20

PARTNERSHIP

Image 299 - faint

Btw Hugh JACKSON of Church Street [Oxmantown], City of Dublin Merchant of 1 pt & William WHITE of Church Street, City of Dublin Merchant of the other pt. Reciting lease 11 May [year?] by Philip MOORE of the Isle of Man Esq. re: ground containing 2 acres with the Red Mill Seat or Water Mill & the Dwelling House adjoining with other houses & buildings together with the Weir Water & Water Courses & all springs in Co. & City of Dublin &lately in possession  of Michael CARBERY deceased… the above named Hugh JACKSON  has out of his own private and proper money expended and laid out and paid a considerable sum of money to and for the carrying on & prosecuting to advantage the trade and business of manufacturing iron & making of spades & shovels & has embarked a large capital thereon & Hugh JACKSON was on his own separate account extensively engaged in the Iron Trade… and Hugh JACKSON & William WHITE had agreed to become partners and had become co-partners and joint traders as well in the iron and manufacturing of iron work for a span of 14 years to commence from October last… “Jackson and White” … 6,000 pounds. WITNESS: William MAGRATH of City of Dublin, Gent, Hugh BYRNE Bernard MURRAY. SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe

 

542

252

357559

DAWSON

 

1802

DAWSON, Booth, John - Marriage Articles 1800-1809

 

543

185

357805

OLIVER, William

Armagh

1801 July 8

MAXWELL-McCULLOUGH See also OLIVER-McCULLAGH I have this deed. Ennislare, Brootely Manor Ballagh, Parish Derrynoose

NOTE: Between William OLIVER of the City of Armagh Soap Boiler and Chandler of the one part and Jane McCULLAGH of Lissnamuddy in the County of Armagh of the other part ... the said Wm OLIVER did demise to the said Jane McCULLAGH all that part of the town and lands of Brootely in the County of Armagh in his possession held under the representatives of the late Robert MAXWELL Esq. By deed ... 53 acres English measure paying the rent yearly of £32 ... and did demise and grant to Jane McCULLAGH & his assigns all that dwelling house, office and garden in New Street in the City of Armagh held under the representatives of the late Wm. JOHNSTON, Gent which said leases and lands are held in perpetuity ... [hard to read] the said Wm. OLIVER did demise to her the said Jane McCULLAGH during her natural life. Yet nevertheless said Wm OLIVER is to have and receive all the rents ... of said premises during her natural life and after his decease the same is to go to her ... [hard to read] Richard WALSH of the City of Armagh Book seller & Mary OLIVER of Ennislare in said County. Witness: Richard WALSH. John RICHARD, Chandler.

 

543

185

357805

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1802 Jan 29

McCULLOGH Jane & ors – Marr. Articles 1800-1809  (1802)

Between William OLIVER of the City of Armagh Soap Boyler and chandler of the first part and Jane McCULLAGH of Lisnasudy Co. Armagh of the other part the said Wm OLIVER did demise to the said Jane McCULLAGH all that part of the town and lands of Brootley In the County of Armagh in his possession held under the Representatives of the late Robert Maxwell Esq. deceased containing 53 acres English Measure paying interest yearly £32 Sterling did also demise, grant to said Jane McCULLOUGH and his [sic] assigns all that dwelling House Offices and garden in new Street in the City of Armagh held under the representatives of the late William JOHNSTON Gent of which said leases and lands are held in perpetuity which said indenture of the 8th day of July above……  .. Benj OLIVER of Ennislare in said County Gent. NOTE: There are other transcriptions echoing this. I believe that William OLIVER is the older brother of Jane McCULLAGH, and they are both siblings of Benjamin OLIVER (1765-1831). I suspect that by the time of his death, he had retired to the farm at Brootally.

15

543

197

357899

JACKSON, Edwd R

Cork

1796 Jul 7

COS KERRY 1802

Image 105 - faint

Btw Edward Rowland JACKSON of Castleview, Co. Cork Esq. of the 1 pt & James CASKERRY of Clasbeg in the Little Island farmer of the other part …

 

543

211

357959

JACKSON, Hugh

Down

1801 Dec 1

PATTON 1802

Image 112

Btw [Hugh] JACKSON of Ballybeen, Co & John PATTON of Ballykeel Co. Down farmer of the other pt.. Down, farmer of the 1 pt. demised land of Ballybeen, Parish of Comber, Co. Down est 23a Cunningham Measure together with field adjoining & farm late in possession of Robert KYLE the elder commonly called the Horse Park … for 6 pounds 3s WITNESS: James ROWDEN of Belfast Co. Antrim, William ROBINSON of Knocknagoney Co. Down & Daniel MONAHAN of Belfast. Memorial WITNESS Hugh ROWDEN of Belfast & Daniel MONAHAN of Belfast, Gents. NOTE: Although I cannot quite place this family, they will end up being in  JACKSONs of Co. Down and/or the branch of Quakers who settled in Co. Down..

 

543

483

364055

JACKSON, James

Londonderry

Antrim

Down

1802 Aug 9

MCNEIL 1802

Image 249 faint

Btw Charles GARDENER of Coleraine, Co. Londonderry & Robert STEWART of Glenarm, Co. Antrim Doctor of Medicine & Jane GARDNER otherwise STEWART his wife, Edward CROOK of Newry, Co. Down Merchant & Martha CROOK other wise GARDNER his wife; John BERWICK of Moira, Gent & Elizabeth BERWICK otherwise GARDNER his wife; James JACKSON of Coleraine Gent & Rachel GARDNER otherwise JACKSON his wife; Randal GARDNER late of Piedmount in his Majesty’s regiment of Antrim [?] in Ireland and Theophilus  GARDNER of Downpatrick Co Down, Merchant which said Charles Jane Martha Elizabeth  Rachel Randle & Theophilus are children of James GARDNER late of Ballymoney Gent deceased. Of 1st pt  Thomas GARDNER eldest son & heir  Jane GARDNER one of the children of the said James GARDNER & Alice McNEIL [Alexander?] of Ballycastle, Co. Antrim Esq of 3rd pt [NOTE: 2nd part was not mentioned]…. In consid of 610 pounds paid by Alexander McNEIL land at Ballywillan, Barony of Dunluce Co. Antrim… WITNESS; Robert STEEL Francis WHITLA & Charles O’DONNELL all of Belfast, Co. Antrim NOTE: James JACKSON was possibly son of the Richard JACKSON of Coleraine who may have been a butcher.

 

544

48

357378

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1800-1809 (1802)

McCULLOGH Dorothy orse REED to ANDERSON & anr

Image 328

ROD: 544-48-357378  (Transcription thanks to Bob Epperson).To the Regr appointed by Act of Parliament for Regg Deeds & so forth a meml of an Indented deed bearing the date the first day of Jan: 1802, made Between Dorothy Beresford Reed orse McCullogh wife of  John Reed the Younger of Ballymoyer in the Co of Armagh Esq: of the one part and George Anderson of Newry in the Co of Down Gent and James Hardy of Drumart in the Co of Armagh Gent attornies at law of the  other part Reciting that by Indented deed of Lease bearing date the 22d day of Nov 1800 made Between the said John Reed the Younger of the first part and Dorothy Beresford Reed by the name & descripn of Dorothy Beresford McCullogh of the City of Dublin Spinster of the second part James Moody of the  City of Dublin Esqr Barrister at law, & John Reed the Elder of Ballymoyer in the County of Armagh Esqr of the third part and John Allen of the City of Dublin Mercht and Geo Anderson of Newry in the Co of Down Esqrs of the fourth part Reciting a Marr the shortly intended to be had Between the said John Reed the younger and sd Dorothy Beresford McCullogh (and which was afterwards had). The said Dorothy B McCullogh grnted unto the sd James Moody and John Reed the Elder for their Actual possn then being by virtue of a Lease for a year therein mentd all that & those one undivided moiety of the Towns & lands of Rackland, Krekyer orse Krewkyrer, Lissary orse Lisaury, Cornecarry orse Cornecery Carrickvinory orse Carrickmony, Mongeleagh, Galssdrumeneagh, Camlagh, and Tullyvallen and of each & every of them sit(uate) lying & being in the Ba of Upper Fews & Co of Armagh with the apps To hold unto the said Jas Moody & John Reed the Elder & their Heirs for Ever upon the trusts therein mentd and in failure of Issue of sd marr. to such person or persons as the said Dorothy  shod by deed or will appoint And it was also by sd deed agreed that in case it shod thereafter happen that the other moiety of said lands Tenements & prem[ise]s or any part thereof the Estate of Ann McCullogh Spinster Sister of the said Dorothy B McCullogh therein or any other Estate of ffee or  Demised Lands Tenemts or Heredts shod come to said Dorothy then the said John Reed the younger & Dorothey B McCullogh & the Survr of them and the Hrs of said Dorothy shod within six  months next to ensue settle same to the uses therein mentd and among other to the use person his or her Heirs & Assigns for ever as said Dorothy shod (in failure of Issue of sd Marr) By deed or Will Appoint and in failure of such Appointmt to the use of the Rt Heirs of  the said Dorothy Beresford McCullogh and after reciting that the said Dorothy was minded & desirous to Execute her power aforesd in favour of the said John Reed her Husbd & his Heirs for Ever in failure of the said John Read & Dorothy B Reed in purs[uan]ce of the power res[erve]d to her by said recited deed and of every power her thereunto enabling and of ten shills to her paid by the said Geo Anderson and James Hardy & hereby acknowd did give grant limit and  appointone undivimoitey of the premises aforesd with the apps and all the Estate of the said Dorothy Beresford Reed theirin (subject to the uses in said Settlemt Cont[aine]d) unto the said Geo Anderson and James Hardy & their Heirs To hold to them & their Heirs in trust to & for the only proper use benefit and Behoof of the said John Reed the Youngr his Heirs & assns for Ever and the said Dorothy further ___ that as to the for said Concerning the other the other undivided moiety of said Towns lands Tenements and premises in Expectancy in the said Dorothy Beresford Reed on the death of her said Sister the said Ann McCullogh she the said Dorothy in pursuance of the sd power resd and in  Cons[ideratio]n of ten shills to her paid by the said Geo Anderson & Jas Hardy and other the Cons’ons therein she thereunto moving Granted limited & appointed unto the said Geo Anderson & James Hard the other undivided moiety of the said Towns lands Tenemts & prems with the apps To hold to them & all such of  them & the Heirs of such Survr (subject to the uses in said Settlemt contd [)] In trust for the only use benefit and Behoof the said John Reed the Youngr his Hrs & Assns for Ever to his & their only use and  Behoof for Ever and the Exec[uti]on of the said deed & this meml thereof by the said Dorothy B Reed is witnd by Wm Reed of Ballymoyer in the Co of Armagh Gent & Edwd Anderson of City of Dublin the Co of the City of Dublin Esqr – D B Reed {seal} Signed & Sealed in the presence of Wm Reed Edwd Anderson Wm Reed of Ballymoyer in the Co of Armagh Gent maketh oath he is a subg Witness to the  deed of which the above writing is a meml & that he saw the said deed duly Executd by Dorothy B Reed & Jas Hardy two of the executg parties thereto; & that he also saw this meml duly Executd by the said D B Reed & that the name Wm Reed subd as a witness to the  said deed & meml is this depts name & hand writg – Wm Reed Sworn before me at Newry in the Co of Down this 7th day of Jan 1802 by virtue of  a Comn to me directed I know the dept Wm Browne NOTE: very hard to read. I saved an enhanced jpg in my Deeds folder under ROD 544-48-357378 for future reference.

1

544

130

361132

OLIVER

Down

1795 May 19

OLIVER-McGACHY1802  Trooperfield, Lisburn

Between John OLIVER of Trooperfield, Parish of Blaris, Co. Down, farmer & Frans McGACHY of Lisburn, Linen Merchant of other part ... home on south side of Bridge Street.

 

544

135

361402

BARTLEY

 

1802 Jul 6

WALLACE-BARKLIE

x

544

244

362855

MASON

Queens

 

Anne MASON married a Richard SMALLMAN, Cordwainer She was a daughter of James MASON Cordwainer of Portarlington

 

544

261

363189

JACKSON, Joseph

Dublin

1802

Sep 27

MULVANNY

Image 435

Deed of Assignment btw Joseph JACKSON of Summerhill, Co. Dublin yeoman of 1 pt & James C. MULVANY city of Dublin Dealer & Michael MULVANY of City of Dublin Baker of the other part. Reciting that Joseph JACKSON for consideration granted to James & Michael MULVANY  all the lot of ground situate on Summerville in Co. & City of Dublin Parish of St.  Thomas. Cont in front  to the High Road 20’ and in depth 48’ bounded by the High Road on the North by Mr. JONES’ holdings on the east, by Bailey’s Row on the west, and by Thomas O’MORGANs holding on the south…. Joseph JACKSON held the original lease at a rent of 10 pounds 5 shillings. WITNESS: Thady COLLINS of City of Dublin, Writing Clerk & John O’NEIL Dealer.

 

544

317

363580

PUREFOY, Thomas

Galway

1802 Mar 23

Image 463

Marriage 23 Mar 1802 btw Hely HACKETT spinster daughter of Revd. Archdeacon HACKET of Clonfort Co. Galway BTW Rev. Thomas PUREFOY of Woodville Co. Galway Clerk Hely HACKETT articles made btw Jane Widow of James PUREFOY of Woodville of 1st pt. Rev Thomas PUREFOY of 2nd pt Archdeacon HACKETT of 3rd pt. Robert [TIMBIT?] of City of Dublin & Stephen BLOOMFEILD of Eyrecourt Co. Galway Esq of 4th pt. Reciting that James PUREFOY was in his lifetime seized and possessed of several lands in Kings Co., Co. Cavan & Co. Galway and bequeathed to his son Rev Thomas PUREFOY his 2nd son to make a provision for his wife … lands of Clonbullogue in dower …

NOTE: Hely HACKETT aka Alice HACKETT. Rev Thomas PUREFOY (abt 1771-1837).

 

544

344

363785

JACKSON, Richd

Longford

1802

Image 477

Richard JACKSON of Cullogue Co Longford of 1st part & Dominic HANCE, Michael HANCE, Patrick HANCE &  John MAGRATH that part of Cullogue called Windmill Hill containing abt 40a 6p for term of 31 years……

 

544

409

364579

MASON

Dublin

1802 Sep 9

Marriage Arts

Mary MASON ors GARSTIN of Balbriggan. Co. Dublin, widow of Wm GARSTIN.

 

544

472

365162

McCULLAGH, Robert

Armagh

1802 Dec 7

David NEIL of Ballyially, Co Down, Publican and James JOHNSTON of Ballyially, Co Down now of City Armagh, Hosier of 1st pt to Robert McCULLAGH, Linen Draper of Clady, Co. Armagh, ground in Thomas St, Town + Co Armagh. PMcW

NOTE: This is quite likely Robert McCULLAGH (abt 1749-1830) of Cladymore, brother-in-law of Jane OLIVER of Kearney Hill, Armagh.

 

545

400

359531

JACKSON, Frances

Antrim

1802

DOUGLASS

Crossle notes : This deed has not been transcribed into the books – looked at original memorial No 359831

BTW Frances JACKSON of Randalstown, Co. Antrim widow of William JACKSON deceased of the one pt & Archibald DOUGLAS of Randalstown Lieut. In the Dumbarton Fencible Infantry of the other pt. Frances JACKSON released part of Feehold Lands containing 7 acres (except the houses occupied by Robert ARMSTRONG & Edward GREENLEES.) also that dwelling house in Randalstown, all the household furniture thereof & also the paper mill situate in Ballynooby, the whole as they were formerly possessed by Francis JOY deceased. WITNESS: Robert BLAND of Ballymena a sergeant at arms in sd regiment & Stephen MILLER of Randalstown.

 

545

432

361307

DONALDSON

Armagh

1802 Jul 3

DONALDSON-DONALDSON See also Louth Archives notes – reference to a deed in 1787: Indenture of Robert SIBTHORPE, Dunany, to Catherine DONALDSON, Philipstown, widow, and Joseph DONALDSON, Cloghoge, County Armagh, gentleman, in respect of part of the lands of Philipstown, containing 119 acres and then in the possession of Catherine and her undertenants. Sibthorpe grants to the DONALDSON'S the said lands for the lives of James COULTER, Annaghavacky, yeoman, Alexander son of Catherine and John, son of Joseph Donaldson, perpetual renewal. Rent is £92 from 1 May 1787. £650 of Catherine Donaldson's money was made use of in trust, for her son and daughters Alexander, Dorothy, Jane and Alice (save one undivided fifth part which is Catherine's sole property). Catherine and Joseph assign the property to Alexander, Dorothy, Jane and Alice..

NAMES: John GRIFFIN; Catherine DONALDSON of Derrynaught; Alexander DONALDSON of Phillipstown; Thomas MORGAN; Peter MORGAN; Hugh McDONNELL; Owen McINTEGART; Patrick HUGHES; James COULTER of Annaghvacky; John DONALDSON & Joseph DONALDSON of Cloghogg aka Cloghoge; Robert SIBTHORPE of Duneany aka Dunany; William CHARLTON aka CHARLETON; Dorothy CHARLTON nèe DONALDSON; Alexander McCOMBE.

 

545

451

360036

JACKSON, Eugenia & Robert

Kings

1802 May 10

JACKSON-PRONI T808/8263

Memorial registered 10 May 1802 of Deed of Assignment of … June 1798 from Eugenia JACKSON widow & sole executrix of will dated 22 March 1781 of Robert JACKSON of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt] in Kings Co., Esq. deceased to Henry JACKSON 2nd son of Robert & Eugenia. Tythes of St. Keran Parish. Tythes of Knockarley, Newtown [Newtown , Parish Roscomroe, Barony Ballybritt] & Lowhollen in Roscennor Parish lands of the Glebe of Upper Ballyshane. [Ballyshane , Parish Kinnitty, Barony Ballybritt]

Tythes of Upper Ballyshane Tulla Ballynalek Ballym’Murragh Glenfilly 100 acres Kilnitty & Castletown [aka Castletown and Glinsk, Parish Kinnitty, Barony Ballybritt]  in Kilnitty Parish all in Balycritt Barony in Kings Co. Recites that Robert by his will left 1s. to each of his children and all residues of his property to Eugenia to be divided among them as she should think fit. That by Deed of 15 July 1791 she appointed to Henry JACKSON a lease of Lisclooney [Lisclooney , Parish Tisaran, Barony of Garrycastle],& Clonbanniffe [Clonbonniff , Parish Tisaran, Barony of Garrycastle] which was afterwards evicted so Henry brought a Chancery suit & got a Decree in pursuance of which he gets £564 and above assignment. WITNESSES: Joseph CURTIS of Bath in England & Henry Vincent JACKSON of Dublin, City attorney. Memorial signed by Eugenia. SEE:  JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran and Peter JACKSON & Joanna

 

546

504

361006

JACKSON, George

Coleraine

Londonderry

1801 Apr 4

JACKSON-BROWNE. Names Index 1800-1809 a dwelling house & office houses yard on Captain St Coleraine

Image 584

A Memorial of an indenture made between Colonel George JACKSON of Jackson Hall in the County of Londonderry Esquire of the one part and Francis BROWN of Coleraine in the County of Londonderry, gent of the other part. Whereby the said George JACKSON did demise sett and confirm set unto the said Francis BROWN all that and those the dwelling house, office yards and garden on Caplan Street in said town of Coleraine, together with the field on the road leading to Derry containing by estimation 3 acres and 15 perches Irish Plantation Measure to the same more or less and now in the possession and occupation of Francis BROWN bounded as therein mentioned. To hold unto the said Francis BROWN his heirs executors etc for one for the natural lives of the Duchess of Württemberg [aka Charlotte (1766-1828) – daughter of King George III] and Mrs ALEXANDER [Anne JACKSON wife of Rev. Nathaniel ALEXANDER] or 30 years [?] shall longest continue at the yearly rent of £24.13. 5 as by said lease containing other covenants and clauses and agreements witnessed by Marcus Samuel HALL of Coleraine in the County of Londonderry Esquire this Memorial is witnessed by the said Marcus Samuel HALL and Samuel KNOX of Coleraine aforesaid gents. Francis. BROWN. Seal. NOTE: Col George JACKSON (1776-1840) later Sir George, and Anne JACKSON are children of Richard JACKSON & Anne O’NEIL. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

546

504

362734

JACKSON, George

 

1802

BROWNE

NOTE: This memorial #362734 is not in this book

???

547

323

360935

COULTER

Down

1800-1809

COULTER, John-HUNTER

John COULTER of Carmeen, Co. Down, linen draper.

 

547

454

361307

DONALDSON

Louth

1802 Jul 3

DONALDSON to DONALDSON 1739-1810

(TI Bk 73) Philipstown

Deed: 545 432 361307
Lease of Catherine DONALDSON, Derrynaught, County Armagh, widow to Alexander DONALDSON, Philipstown, gentleman, in respect of part of Philipstown now in his possession, containing 73 acres, 3 roods and 29 perches with the proportionate part of the bog of Philipstown, bounded on the south east by lands in the occupation of Alexander DONALDSON, on the south west by Thomas and Peter MORGAN, Hugh McDonnell and Owen McEntegart, on the north west by Alexander Donaldson, Patrick Hughes and Owen McENTEGGART and on the north east by the river of Phillipstown. Catherine grants to Alexander the said lands for the lives of James COULTER, Anavackey, yeoman, Alexander Donaldson and John, son of Joseph DONALDSON, Clohogue, County Armagh, rent, from 1 November 1799. NOTE: Louth Archives: A memorial of this deed was entered in the Registry Office, book 545, page 432 361307 on 3 July 1802. (PP00053/003) item 29 Jan 1800

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547

479

361487

MARTIN

Monaghan

1739-1810

MARTIN-HAMILTON Book 45 (1739-1810) Ednaferkin

 

 

547

516

361680

McCULLAGH

 

1800-1809

McCULLOGH Thomas & anr to McCLELAND (1802)

 

547

535

361717

JACKSON, William Adair

Leitrim

1802 Jun 22

Act of partition John JOHNSON of Marstown, Co. Leitrim, merchant of 1st pt; William Adair JACKSON & John Maker RICHARDS of Aldermanbury, London, Factors. Of the other pt. NOTE: William Adair JACKSON was a Director of the East India Co.

 

548

460

369271

JACKSON, Wm

Dublin

1803 May 17

LETT

Image 555 very faint

William JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent of the 1 pt & John LOTT of City of Dublin Gent of the other…. Property on west side of St. George’s Street, Dublin…

 

548

474

369321

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1803 Jun 22

McCULLOGH William to DEEGAN 1800-1809 (1803)

Wm McCULLAGH Gent of City of Dublin & Thomas DEGAN of City Publican. House for lives of James McCULLAGH, William McCULLAGH & Benjamin BROWNE

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548

502

371521

JACKSON, James

Dublin

Kings

1803 May 1

HACKETT

Image 579 image was very faint

Btw James JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. and Margaret JACKSON otherwise FITZGERALD his wife of the 1st part George Frederick CARLTON and John SCOTT of City of Dublin Esq. Assignees of the estate and effects of John Hubert MOORE of Shannongrove Co. Galway Maltster a bankrupt of the 2nd pt. John H. MOORE of 3rd pt. & Simpson HACKETT of Riverstown Co. Tipperay Esq of 3rd pt.  … reciting 20 Feb 1782 deed btw Thomas SHORT of Springfield Queens Co. of 1 pt & James JACKSON Esq of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],, Kings Co. of the other pt. Thomas SHORT had demised to James JACKSON lands of Clonorighill [Clonoghil Lower  OR Clonoghil Upper OR Clonoghil Upper2, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt] called the Hills containing 10a bounded on north by William SYNGES land  on est by John WILSONS land on the south with John WINTERS land and on the west with William SYKES land in Barony Ballybritt, Parish of Birr and also the plot of ground on the Green of Birr containing 100’ in front measured from the corner of the new house built by James JACKSON … and ground in square of Parsonstown [aka Birr now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co. wherein the said James JACKSON built a house containing in front 150’ bounded on the north by John ELLIOT Esq holding on the east by the Glebe on the south by the said James JACKSONs holding on the east by the street together with that square of ground on the west side of said square where James JACKSON built one other house in front 45’ bounded on the north by said James JACKSONs holding on the east by the street on the south by said James JACKSON and on the west by COALs holding in square of Parsonstown Barony Ballybritt Kings Co. … for lives of James JACKSON (the yr) son of James JACKSON, Christopher BANKOE son of Thomas BANKOE of Birr Innholder and George WILKINSON son of John WILKINSON of Birr [apothecary] and the survivor … SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkeiran.

NOTE: John Hubert MOORE married a daughter of James JACKSON of Birr July 1797 SOURCE: Hibernian Magazine.

NOTE: Banko burials in Graveyard burials Eyrecourt.

 

549

154

362750

JACKSON, Henry

Kings

Tipperary

1802 Sep 27

AGREEMENT

Image 86

Indenture of Agreement btw Jeremiah GARDNER of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt] Kings Co Gent of 1 pt & Henry JACKSON of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co of other pt…. demised part of Lands of Grange called Collage abt 20a Kings Co.. WITNESS: Samuel ABBOTT of Clonmell, Co. Tipperary Gent John MURRAY of Birr Gent Wm C. NEVILLE of Grange tanner. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkeiran. NOTE: A Samuel ABBOTT married Elizabeth JACKSON daughter of a James JACKSON and Elizabeth DALTON of Birr.

 

549

178

362912

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1786 Jul 1

DOYNE 1802

Image 83 – the mem on this page was 362732.- not 362912 The page # was 178 not 147, and was on Image 98

Indentured article of Agreement btw William JACKSON of City of Dublin Taylor of 1st pt & John PURCELL of Camden Street Coachowner of 2nd pt.  Anne SMITH of City of Dublin spinster of 3rd pt. Marriage intended btw William JACKSON & Anne SMITH whereby William JACKSON was to receive 125 pounds as a marriage portion. WITNESS: Valentine SMITH of Pill Lane, Patrick SMITH then of Mercer Street both in City of Dublin Coachowners.

 

549

178

364370

JACKSON, Wm

 

1802

PURCELL

Image 226 – the memorial #s on this page go from 364346 to  364372. There is no 364370

???

549

423

364390

 

Sligo

1797 Nov 25

PHIBBS-TRUMBLE & ors Cullidian

Image 228

BTW Harloe PHIBBS of Sligo, Co. Sligo, Esq of 1 pt & Robert TRIMBLE of Gortnasallagh in Co. Dublin [sic? Should it be Co. Mayo?] Landholder and Thomas JACKSON Of Gortlownan Co. Sligo Tanner of the other pt. reciting that William Harlow PHIBBS demised to Robert TRIMBLE and John JACKSON their heirs … Town and lands of Cullidian No 1 and No 2 for lives of Robert TRIMBLE junr eldest son of the Lessee Robert TRIMBLE aged 14, William TRIMBLE 2nd son of said Robert TRIMBLE aged 11 and James JACKSON 2nd son of said Thomas JACKSON aged 10 years.

NOTE: Thomas JACKSON (bef 1764-1859) of Lavally, Co. Sligo. Son James JACKSON (1789-1877)

 

549

494

364780

JACKSON, Richd

Dublin

1802

May 8

HAND

Image 271 very faint

Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin, Engraver.. land Strand to Montgomery.

 

549

529

344996

JACKSON, John

 

1802

NEWMAN

Not on this page in this book. This book starts with mem 361530. Book 518 is a possibility based on similar #s. Not there.  Not in 519.

???

549

545

365340

JACKSON, Geo

England

1802 Mar 28

GLASS 1803

Image 297

Btw George JACKSON of Beach Hall near Guilford Co. Surrey, England Esq of 1 pt & Rev George Henry GLASS Clke Master of Arts Rector of Hantwitt Co. Middlesex,  of other pt. Reciting that by a certain bond & obligation under the hand and seal of George JACKSON bearing date 20 March 1802, George JACKSON became bound to Rev George Henry GLASS for sum of 3,000 pounds … more details on other loans– NOTE: part of George JACKSONs  (1766-1840) financial challenges… secured against lands which are not described. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

550

186

363950

McCULLAGH

 

1800-1809 (1802)

McCULLOGH John & wife & ors - Partition

 

550

252

364635

McCULLAGH

 

1800-1809 (1802)

McCULLOGH James to BAKER

 

550

327

364993

OLIVER

Armagh

1803 Jan 23

HICKEY-HAMILTON Tullymore & Mill 1739-1810[Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh], NOTE: Very faint – almost illegible.

Image 479

BTW John HICKEY formerly of Lurgan but then of Tullamore Co. Armagh farmer of 1st pt. Jane HAMILTON of City of Armagh spinster of other pt. Reciting  1798  made btw WHITTINGTON formerly of Tullymore [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh], but then of City of Armagh  unto John HICKEY part of land of Tullymore 60[?]acres 3 roods 33  perches in Parish Armagh Co. Armagh in consideration of £300 paid by Jane HAMILTON to hold for rest of term – 16 years. … WITNESS: Rev. William HUTCHINSON at Ballyrath Co. Armagh Clerk & Joseph OLIVER of Ballyrea Co. Armagh Farmer John HICKEY [SEAL

T7-8

550

496

366747

JACKSON, Wm

Dublin

Galway

1803

Feb 26

LD TUUNILSTOWN

Image 564

William JACKSON of City of Dublin, Esq.  Judgement against Richard Lord Tunilston  [Tumblestown?] re lands in Galway

 

550

548

366885

COULTER

 

1800-1809

COULTER, William-BURNSIDE

 

551

249

363087

JACKSON, Joseph

Tipperary

1801 Nov 25

CUITT [?]1802

Image 134

Joseph JACKSON of Tincurry. Co. Tipperary Clothier of 1 pt & Sarah MILLER of Ballcuttain [?] Kings Co Spinster daughter of William MILLER late of Lurgan, Co. Armagh deceased of 2nd pt & Joseph DRUIT of Lurgan Co. Armagh & William JACKSON of the Coombe, City of Dublin clothier of 3rd pt. Marriage btw Joseph JACKSON & Sarah MILLER … lands of Trah [probably Srah, Parish Ballyburly, Barony Warrenstown,] Barony Warrenstrin, [aka Warrenstown ], Kings Co. & house on Meath Street in Liberties of Thomas & Donore, City of Dublin known by the name of the Bullshead. WITNESS: Thomas JACKSON, eldest son of Thomas JACKSON of Edenderry [Edenderry, Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown], deceased & Joseph BOARDMAN of Ardee St Co. Dublin Clothier

NOTE: Joseph JACKSON (1764-?) of Brookfield, Co. Tipperary was a son of Joseph JACKSON & Mary FENNELL.

SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

 

551

257

363115

JACKSON, Robert

Kings

1802 Dec 31

DRISCOLL

JACKSON-PRONI T808/8285

Image 139

Memorial registered 31 December 1802 of Deed of 14 October 1802 between Robert JACKSON late of Grange  [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt] in Kings Co. now of Dublin City Esq. eldest son of Robert JACKSON of Grange Esq. deceased & Coote CARRELL of Templehouse, Co. Sligo Esq. both of 1st part Eugenia JACKSON late of said Grange in Kings Co. now of Bath in England widow of said Robert JACKSON Esq. deceased & mother of above Robert JACKSON of 3rd part James Ruddock GRAY [aka James Grey RUDDOCK] of Ballineer [?] in Kings County Esq. husband of Henrietta a daughter of Robert JACKSON deceased and now also deceased of 2nd part. To Joseph CURTIS of Bath in England Esq, of 4th part lands and tythes of Grange & Contourt in Ballymoney [possibly Ballymooney, Parish Geashill, Barony Geashill] 17 acres 2 r 22p plantation. Robert JACKSON’s will dated 1781 Eugenia sole executrix. Deed 10 Nov 1785 Eugenia to her eldest son Robert JACKSON of above lands subject to £150 yearly to Eugenia & to £2000 for Henrietta RUDDOCK which last has been since paid off. MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT 17 Nov 1785 of said Robert JACKSON & Mary CARROLL spinster since his wife and now dead. Robert JACKSON was then a coronet in 4th horse in Ireland. The trustees were said Coote CARROLL & William FAIRBROTHER of Willsborough Co. Wicklow Esq. since dead; said Mary CARROLL alias JACKSON died leaving no son & only one daughter Henrietta JACKSON now about 14. Now all sell to CURTIS for £6,366. WITNESSES Rev Richard GRAVES D.D. Richard BIRCH attorney & Peter JACKSON attorney, all of Dublin City. Memorial signed by Robert JACKSON. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

 

551

273

363158

JACKSON, Robt

Queens

Carlow

1802 Oct 5

PARR

Image 147

Robert JACKSON of Graigue, Queens Co. Esq of 1 pt & John PARR of Graigue Gent of the other. … for 30 pounds a plot of land called Luke Hutchinson’s plot also part of the lands called James Meadow… WITNESS: William JACKSON & Michael HAUGHY.

SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkieran

NOTE: Graigue aka Graiguecullen is a suburb of the town of Carlow, in the parish of Killeshin, Queen's county, and province of Leinster. SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Carlow – various trees Michael JACKSON (1740-1803) is the earliest named JACKSON that I know of from Graigue as of April 2017.

NOTE: SEE: ROD 406-7-265680 It is possible that Michael JACKSON had sons William JACKSON (1783-Feb25, 1846) and Robert JACKSON who married Lydia WALL (1779-Nov 22,1848) in 1803 as well as son Adam JACKSON.

NOTE: There are 5 townlands named Graigue, in Leix (Queens Co.)  but given the description, I believe that it was Graigue, Parish Killeshin, Barony of Slievemargy. It is described here: Graigue,

 

551

450

363950

COULTER

 

1800-1809

COULTER, William-STINTON

 

551

549

364389

 

Sligo

1798 May 5

TRUMBLE & JACKSON Partition Cullidian

Image 293

Deed of Partition BTW Robert TRUMBLE of Gortnasella Co. Leitrim Land owner of 1 pt & Thomas JACKSON of Gortlownan, Co. Sligo farmer of the other pt. Whereas William Harloe PHIBBS of Sligo Co. Sligo Esq did by Indenture 5 Nov 1797 demise to Robert TRUMBLE & Thomas JACKSON the lands of Cullidian Lot 1 &2 containing 116 acres & 10 perches In Barony of Tiririlan Co. Sligo to hold for natural lives of [?] TRUMBLE eldest son of the Robert TRUMBLE party to said lease aged 14 years or thereabout and William TRUMBLE 2nd son of Robert TRUMBLE age 11 years & James JACKSON 2nd son of Thomas JACKSON age 10 years  … sum of £200

SEE: ROD: 529-472-348301.

 

552

42

364591

McCULLAGH

 

1800-1809

McCULLOGH Michael to CONNOLLY & anr(1802)

 

552

111

364891

COULTER

Louth

1802 Dec 22

MAXWELL to COULTER 1739-1810 (TI Bk 73) Mooreland West

Memorial of an indented deed made 1802 April 30 btw Robert MAXWELL of City of Dublin Es.,, barrister at law; Francis EVANS of New Forest in Co Westmeath & Christopher GARSTIN of Bragganstornewait [?]  Co Louth Esq. & Mr. JOHNSTON of the City of London attorney at law trustees named and appointed by the last will of Zacharias MAXWELL late of Dundalk in the Co of Louth, Esq., deceased. Of the first part. John MAXWELL of Lurgen Green & Fleury MAXWELL of Dundalk in said County Esq., (only survivor) son of the legacies of Zachariah MAXWELL of the 2nd part & Joseph COULTER of Dowdallshill Co Louth Esq of 3rd part…. Hard to read… several lands mentioned…complicated.

15

552

242

365984

Brown & Boyd

Monaghan

1802 Oct 19

BROWNE, Samuel - BOYDE 1809-

Samuel BROWN of Erriro [AKA Erryroe], Parish of Muckno, Co. Monaghan. Samuel BROWN for rent of 25s 6p for 10 acres 1 rood 25 perches for the natural life of Charles Marquis CORNWALLIS & Walter STEELE son to Norman STEELE of Monalty [Monaltybane & Monaltyduff, Parish of Killanny] in Co. Monaghan. Term of 28 years. WITNESS: William MARTIN & Edward McARDLE.

 

552

275

366090

JACKSON, Wm A

London

Dublin

 

1802 Dec 18

BYRNE 1803

Image 458

Btw Edward MAXWELL a General in his Majesty’s Army and last surviving devisee in the last will of James ADAIR late of Lincoln’s Inn fields Co. Middlesex, Esq. deceased, formerly one of his majesty’s Sergeants at law. Elizabeth ADAIR of Upper [Newton?] Street of Marylebone, co. Middlesex widow of James ADAIR late of Lincolns Inn, Middlesex, but then of Kings Bromleys Hall Co. Stafford Esq. and William Adair JACKSON of Aldermanbury, City of London, Esq. to whom the hereditament herein mentioned has been conveyed in trust for sale by James ADAIR Esq. then residing in Bengal the only son and heir at law residuary devisee in the last will of sd James ADAIR Sergeant by the said Elizabeth ADAIR of the one part & Edward BYRNE Esq. of the City of Dublin of the other pt. and the release of seven parts made between [?] Edwin Maxwell BROWN the first part & Elizabeth ADAIR the 2nd pt ; John MALE and William Adair JACKSON of the 3rd pt; Edward GRIFFITH of Wishford, Co. Wiltshire, a Captain in his Majesty’s Royal Navy and Mary Anne his wife only heir and daughter of James ADAIR the Serjeant was formerly the wife and then the widow of the Honorable Sir John WILSON Knight deceased late of his Majesty’s Justices of Court of Common Pleas, Westminster, of the 4th pt; … [more details and parties] … Rev Hutchison HAMILTON of Ballygraffan, Co. Down and then of Edgeworth Town, Co. Longford of the first part; Catherine HAMILTON otherwise RYDER wife of Hutchinson HAMILTON of the 2nd pt & Charles HAMILTON of Portglenon, Co. Antrim of the 3rd pt;

NOTE: There are a slew of names – including MADDON – maybe worth transcribing in full.

 

552

307

366363

JACKSON, Mary Ellen

Antrim

1795 Feb 10

JACKSON- her will. Names Index 1800-1809

Mary Ellen JACKSON otherwise BLAIR of Blairmount Co Antrim 1795 Feb 10

To my infant daughter my one undivided third part of one

undivided moiety of the lands of Killiglen, otherwise Blairmount

and the mountain thereunto belonging, the same of the lands of Drains and Dromain, and one undivided third part of the lands of

Lough duff, Co. Antrim. Should she die before reaching the age

of twenty-one then to my aunt Mary Howe otherwise Stannis for

ever. Sole exor. my uncle John Howe of Blairmount, Co. Antrim.

Witnesses: John Cassidy, tailor, and John Watt, shoemaker,

both of Belfast, and John Magilton, Holywood, miller.

Memorial witnessed by: said John Cassidy, and Patt Connor,

Belfast, notary public.

NOTE: I assume Mary’s husband has predeceased her. I also suspect a link with the JACKSONs of Steeple. I suspect that she was the wife of surgeon Dr. William JACKSON.

15

552

364

367425

COULTER DICKIE

Louth

1802 Aug 10

COULTER, Joseph-DICKIE NOTES in 2009 diary. 1800-1809 1739-1810 Dowdalshill (TI Bk 73)

Joseph COULTER of Dowdallshill, Co. Louth of the 1st part & Arthur IRWIN of the Poles, Co. Meath, Esq & Jane IRWIN, spinster 2nd daughter of Arthur IRWIN of the 2nd part & James DICKIE of Clonaleenan Co. Louth, Gent & George IRWIN of the Poles, Co. Meath of the 3rd part … reciting a trust dated 4 April 1785 from James HARLOW to Joseph COULTER of 50A 3R 20P of lands of Dowdallshill, Co. Louth for 999 years from 1 Nov 1781 in consideration of a marriage the to be had between him & Jane IRWIN & of sum of £300 … etc … confirmed unto James DICKIE & George IRWIN.

 

552

392

367479

NORTH, Miles

England

1803 Apr 16

Image 520

BTW Richard Toumalin NORTH of Fitzroy Sq.,  London eldest son of Miles NORTH late of Jackson Hall, Westmorland grandson of Richard NORTH husband of Jennet JACKSON one of the sisters of the Rev. John JACKSON minister of Skipworth in Yorkshire of the 1 pt. leased to Henry WARNER of Co. Louth 161a of Marvelstown,[Kilbeg Civil Parish, Barony of Lower Kells] (lots of description)  Barony of Kells, … Robertstown [Kilbeg Civil Parish Barony of Lower Kells,]  &  West, Raffin East, [Drakestown Civil Parish, Barony of Morgallion] & Drakerath South [Parish of Staholnog, Barony of Lower Kells] Thomastown,  [assuming it is the one in Kilbeg Civil Parish, Barony of Lower Kells]. WITNESSES: John HAWKINS and Henry RICHARDSON both of City of Dublin, Attorneys. NOTE: In the 1705 will of Samuel JACKSON Rev John JACKSON is described as a brother-in-law of Samuel JACKSON. This would mean that he was a brother-in-law to Jennet JACKSON.

 

552

541

368278

BROWNE

 

1809

BROWNE, David – McCLELLAND Wrong book

 

553

140

366238

JACKSON

Down

1803  Feb 21

 

JACKSON PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

Deed Btw John JACKSON of Ballymeehan, Co. Down Gent of 1 pt. George SINCLAIRE of Belfast, City of Antrim Esq. of other pt. in consid of 140 pounds sterling granted to SINCLAIRE the house & garden  on the northmost side of the shore of Holywood….. NOTE it may be Mem # 366283 See beneath

 

553

140

366283

JACKSON, John

Down

1803

SINCLAIRE

NOTE it may be Mem # 366238 See above

 

553

373

369412

REED

Dublin

Down

1803 Jun 25

REED to SCOTT1739-1810 (TI Bk 45) Drumhilla

John REED the younger of Gardiners Place, Dublin & William & Thomas SCOTT of Rathfriland, Co. Down

 

553

420

369491

OLIVER, Hannah

Cork

1802 Apr 3

OLIVER-BAYNES

Btw William STRICKETT Esq Seconded Quarter master of the late 5th or Royal Irish Dragoons then residing in Castlebar, Co. Mayo. Of the 1st part. Chester BAYNES of Castlebar Co Cork of 2nd pt. Hannah OLIVER of the City and Co Armagh of 3rd pt. Marriage to be solemnized btw STRICKETT and OLIVER WITNESS; John GRACE of City of Armagh, Methodist preacher. & John NOBLE of City of Armagh Writing Clerk [NOTE: None of her family mentioned]

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554

58

366048

JACKSON,  Hugh

Antrim

Down

1803 Jan 24

HUDSON

Image 37

A Memorial of an indented deed of release between, Hugh JACKSON of Belfast in the County of Antrim grocer and Jane JACKSON otherwise ROBINSON his wife of the one part and Christopher HUDSON, John FERGUSON, Samuel LAW, and James LAW executors of Robert LAW late of Belfast aforesaid Baker deceased of the other part. Whereby the said Hugh JACKSON Jane his wife in consideration of £400 did grant and release unto the said Christopher HUDSON, John FERGUSON, Samuel LAW, and James LAW all that farm or parcel of land theretofore possessed by the said Hugh JACKSON and formally by Andrew ALAN situate in the townland of Ballybeen in the Parish of Comber and County of Down containing by estimation 23 acres Cunningham Measure be the same more or less with the field adjoining said farm formally in the possession of Robert KYLE the elder commonly called the Horse Park containing by estimation 1 acre and one half together with the Moss there in mentioned with the appurtenances and the tides of the premises. To hold unto Christopher HUDSON, John FERGUSON, Samuel LAW and James LAW their heirs and assigns for ever in which said deed is contained a power or condition of redemption on payment of the said sum of £400 with interest which said deed and this Memorial are witnessed by Patrick CONNOR of Belfast aforesaid Notary Public and Patrick TAMMY of Belfast his clerk. Hugh JACKSON. Seal. Sealed in the presence of Patrick CONNOR, Patrick TAMMY. NOTE: The BIRCH family also held lands at Ballybeen. See also 720-376-492311. Although I cannot quite place this family, they will end up being in  JACKSONs of Co. Down and/or the branch of Quakers who settled in Co. Down..

 

554

131

366484

JACKSON, Rich

Dublin

Kilkenny

1803 Feb 16

FLOOD1803

Image 73

Btw Sir Wheeler Derry CUFFE of Lyrath  & Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. of 1st pt. Eland MOSSON the elder & Eland MOSSON the younger  of Mount Elano Co. Kilkenny Esq. of 2nd pt. … reciting that Eland MOSSON the elder & Eland MOSSON the younger   were desirous of borrowing  2,000 pounds by forcing down the rents of several lands… Richard BALL testified … … lands of Macon commonly called Mount Elano. …

 

554

183

366774

JACKSON, Wm

Dublin

Wicklow

1802 Jul 24

JACKSON 1803

Image 99

A Memorial of an indenture of lease whereby William JACKSON of High Street in the city of Dublin bookbinder demised to Thomas JACKSON of Baltinglass in County Wicklow builder all that piece or parcel of ground situate lying and being on the road leading from Baltinglass to Dublin containing 3 acres and a half or thereabouts now in possession of the said Thomas JACKSON and situate on the land of Baltinglass and County Wicklow bounded on the one side by the Rev. Mr CARTER’s field on the other by BUTLERs holding in front by the road aforesaid and on the rear by Baltinglass Hill. To hold from 25 March then last 61 years at the yearly rent of £14. Witness Peter DANIEL of Castle Street in the city of Dublin jeweler and Thomas HOPPER of Baltinglass in the County Wicklow jeweler and this Memorial witnessed by the said Peter DANIEL and Joseph BROMLOW of city of Dublin attorney at law. William JACKSON. Seal.

 

554

235

366966

JACKSON, Robt

Armagh

1803 Mar 7

GREER

Image 126

Btw Robert JACKSON of Co & City of Armagh Esq. of the 1 pt & Thomas GREER of City & Co. Armagh Woolen Draper & William GEOUGH Innkeeper of City of Armagh administrators of the goods and chattles of Richard PENTON late of the City of Armagh gardener deceased of the other part.

 

554

264

368110

JACKSON, Thomas

Sligo

1785 Apr 23

O’CONNOR 1803

Image 141

 Btw Thomas JACKSON of Gortlawn, City of Sligo landholder of the 1 pt & Connell O’CONNOR & Denis O’CONNOR both of [Downmoyle?] landholders of the other part. … demised that part of of Edinbawne known as  Knocka Freaghan containing 62a. & enjoyed by Thomas JACKSON meared on the East by part of Gortnagnagregony on the west by the Middle division of Edinbawn on the south by part of Fermough and on the north by Lognafaughrow & liberty of access & bog of Carrowlisky ors Lissduff as demised by William ORMSBY Esq late of Willowbrook Co. Sligo deceased to said Thomas JACKSON & Robert BOYD in Barony Carbury Co. Sligo. WITNESS: Johnston SHAW of Killycooley Co. Sligo Tanner & Patrick McDONAGH of Sligo, Co. Sligo

 

554

422

369776

McCULLAGH

Monaghan

1739-1810

 

SMYTH & wife to McCULLOCH  (TI Bk 45) Corlea

NOTE: See also ROD: 554-457-370404 Image 241 for a mention.

x

554

460

370118

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1803 Aug 4

NORRIS

BTW Andrew MOLLER of York St., City of Dublin Merchant & James JACKSON of Essex Street China and Eartherware manufacturer of City of Dublin & Anne BINNS of Dame Street in City of Dublin Iron Monger widow of Jonathon BINNS late of City of Dublin surviving Trustees of Jonathon BINNS ….

 

555

48

367212

McCULLAGH

 

1800-1809 (1803)

McCULLOGH Michael to MEGROTTY

 

555

55?

59_

353140

WRIGHT

Monaghan

1739-1810

WRIGHT-ALLEN Book 45 (1739-1810) Corduflles

 

555

142

368613

JACKSON, Nichola

Armagh

Dublin

1803

GOLDING

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

555

185

369139

McCULLAGH

REED

 

1800-1809 (1803)

McCULLOGH Alexr & David to READE

 

555

259

371628

JACKSON, Gilbert

Down

1800 Jun 7

JACKSON-BAILLIE. Names Index 1800-1809

Btw Gilbert JACKSON of Newtownards, City of Down Shoemaker of 1 pt & William  BAILEY of same, Publican.. house in occupation of Thomas JACKSON on North side of Francis Street of Newtownards... SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

 

555

337

372501

COULTER

Drogheda

1803 Dec 22

COULTER, George-BERESFORD 1800-1809

George COULTER of Drogheda & John Claudius BERESFORD  Wood mason of City of Dublin Esq.... lands in St. James Court, Drogheda....

 

555

465

373381

McCULLAGH

 

1800-1809 (1804)

McCULLOGH John & anr to MITCHELL

 

556

27

367041

JACKSON, Geo

Armagh

Londonderry

1803 Mar 16

BP GLENFIELD

Image 19

Btw Susanna BARTON of Forkhill, Co. Armagh widow of 1st pt & George JACKSON of Jackson Hall, Co. Londonderry & Beech Hill in co. Surry, Great Britain Lieut Col in her Majesty’s Service of 2nd pt & Rt. Rev. Nathaniel ALEXANDER Bishop of Clontfort… for lives of Susanna BARTON & Julianna Eliza BARTON otherwise OGLE wife of Col. John OGLE … Trustees of Richard JACKSON of Forkhill.

SEE: JACKSONs of Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland and Coleraine, Londonderry

 

556

84

368026

JACKSON, Wm

Cork

1802 Jun 4

PARTNERSHIP 1803

Image 48

Btw William JACKSON of Town of Youghall, Co. Cork Esq of 1 pt  & John TUCKER …

 

556

490

371746

NORTH, Richard Taulman

Meath

1803 Nov

Image 253

Richard Taulman North of Jackson's Hall, Kirby Lonsdale, Co Westmoreland, & Rev John O’CONNOR of Castleknock, Co Dublin, D D, NORTH sold to O’CONNOR in consideration of £5,000 the Castle towns and lands of Ardlonan Castle est 206 acres Barony Kells, Co Meath, house etc. including part of Bog of Castletown  Co. Meath [Castletown, ,Parish Rathmolyon, in the Barony Lower Moyfenrath NOTE: These are lands that were likely held earlier by Samuel JACKSON (1641-1705). SOURCE: The Norths of Ireland

 

557

85

368871

BROWNE

Armagh

1803 Jun 4

BROWNE, Samuel - CAULFIELD Notes in 2009 diary 1800-1809

Samuel BROWN of Lurgan, Co. Armagh, Linen Manufacturer of 1st part. BROWN sold house & tenement at expiration of Samuel MORRISON’s lease (seems it was to move a wall 4’) WITNESS: John HANNAH of Lurgen, the younger shopkeeper; William BURKE, Lurgen, Attorney at law. NOTE: Explore possible relationship to Thompson BROWNE.

 

557

140

369085

REED

Monaghan

1739-1810

STEELE to REED  (TI Bk 45) Drumhilla

x

557

166

369583

JACKSON, Robt

Queens

Carlow

1803 May 29

SHAW

Image 389

Robert JACKSON of Graigue, Queens Co., Esq of 1st pt & Lydia WALL of Town of Carlow Co. Carlow spinster of 2nd pt & George SHAW of City of Kilkenny & Samuel CORBET of Graigue Queens Co. Esq of 3rd pt… Robert JACKSON in consideration of a marriage to be had between him and Lydia WALL granted and made over to George SHAW & Samuel CORBETT tenement or plot  [?] the side of  Tullen Street in Town of Carlow Co. Carlow bounded on the west with COOK’s plot on the north with GEALLOGHs Garden on the east with the [?] hospital alias BROWN’s and on the south  with the said Street  19’ front, 62’ and in rere 53’ and in front to rere 160’ and also all that part of the lands known as  JONES’s Meadows which were formerly in possession of  [?] in Graigue, Queens Co. NOTE: They married in the Carlow COI 1803 May 31. She died 1848 age 69. SEE: My Carlow BMDs..

NOTE: Boundaries have changed, and Graigue, Queens Co. is now part of the town of Carlow, Co. Carlow.

NOTE: There are 5 townlands named Graigue, in Leix (Queens Co.)  but given the description, I believe that it was Graigue, Parish Killeshin, Barony of Slievemargy. It is described here: Graigue,

 

557

211

369821

JACKSON, Richard

Longford

1791 Jun 7

JACKSON 1803

Image 412

Btw Richard JACKSON of Callogue Co. Longford Gent of 1 pt & Edward JACKSON of Callogue farmer… set to Edward JACKSON lands of Collogue..5a 3r…Parish Mostrim, Barony Ardagh in his possession. Bounded on the North by Great road leading from Edgeworthstown to Granard on the East and south Richard GAINERs Land in Low Hill and on the West said Richard JACKSONs other part of lands of Clollogue for term of 999 years with said Richard JACKSONs Bog in Monneydarragh yielding and paying to Richard JACKSON rent… signed Edward JACKSON & Richard JACKSON WITNESS: George ALLEN & John [?CLEVERS] NOTE: aka Culloge, Parish Mostrim, Barony Ardagh

 

557

329

370736

O’CONNOR, Rowland Jackson

Antrim

Down

1801 Sep 17

Image 475

NOTE: I stumbled across this, and thought it was suggestive of a possible O’CONNOR-JACKSON parentage in the ancestry of this grantee … townlands of Ballymaconaghey 17a Barony Castleragh Co. Down..

 Btw Rowland Jackson O’CONNOR of Belfast, Co. Antrim. He shows up in deeds relating to JACKSONs of Cork.

 

557

330

364895

BAILLIE

 

1739-1810

BAILLIE-NOBLE Wrong book – deeds start 368… Ballybrought, Armaghbregagh

 

557

337

370789

JACKSON, Henry V

Dublin

1803 Oct 1

WARD

Image 479

Btw Henry Vincent JACKSON of Marlbora Street City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt & John WARD of City of Dublin, Dealer of other pt. Reciting  deed 8 Oct 1772 btw Peter JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent, father of Henry Vincent JACKSON of the 1 pt &  John WARD of the other pt said Peter JACKSON set to WARD  parcel of ground on west side of ST. Patrick Street City of Dublin … description … SEE: Peter JACKSON & Joanna

 

557

387

369074

JACKSON, Charles

 

1803

PARKER Wrong book – it had the deed before it.

JACKSON-PARKER. Names Index 1800-1809 from notes.

It was Image 474 in Grantors 1800-1810. According to the pg # the memorial would have been at Image 514. Not there. Try Bk 537. Not in 537

16e

???

557

531

372871

JACKSON, Wm M

Limerick

1804 Jan 14

JACKSON

IMAGE 591

Btw William Marcus JACKSON eldest son & heir apparent of William JACKSON late of City of Limerick Esq. since deceased. Reciting lease 22 JUNE 1780 BTW William JACKSON & William Marcus JACKSON of 1st pt &  William HOLLAND & Edward JONES of 2nd pt.  & William DEVEREAUX of Deer Park Co Clare Gent & Jane JACKSON then Jane DEVEREAUX spinster & one of the daughters of William DEVEREAUX of 3rd pt. for consid William JACKSON demised lands of Clonlara & Moylish in Liberties of City of Limerick NOTE: See ROD 26-376-15743 for George JACKSON - probable father of William JACKSON. William Marcus JACKSON married Jane DEVEREAUX, and they had four sons: SOURCE: Cases Heard and Determined by the House of Lords, on Appeals from the Courts ...By Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords, Martin John West p575 William Devereux Jackson (since deceased) the eldest son, George Jackson (the appellant) the second son, the respondent Robert Jackson the third son, and Thomas Jackson (since deceased) the fourth son, and no other issue.

 

557

557

373435

JACKSON, Warren H.R.

Galway

1804

Jan 9

S. LEGER

Image 604

Btw Rev. Robert MARSH of Loughrea Co. Galway Clerk Rector of Killman Diocese of Killmadagh of 1 pt  & Jethro John BRICKNELL of Loughrea Esq. of other pt. Recirting deed… lots of legal … lands of Fairfield otherwise Gortlin… NOTE: Aka Warren Hastings Rowland JACKSON was in the names index – although I could not see his name in the legal thicket. SEE: JACKSONs of Ahenesk

 

558

176

370748

JACKSON, Margaret

Cork

1803 Nov 26

JACKSON-SEYMOUR. Names Index 1800-1809

 Btw Margaret JACKSON of City of Cork Widow and John JACKSON of City of Cork Esq. acting executors of the last will and testament of Edward Rowland JACKSON late of Castleview Co Cork Esq. deceased. Of 1st pt. Rowland Jackson O’CONNOR of [Varsfield?] and James O’CONNOR of the same place Gent of 2nd pt. Hannah SEYMOUR of City of Cork spinster of 3rd pt…. details of land transfers SEE: JACKSONs of Ahenesk

16e

558

208

370880

OLIVER, Martha

Armagh

1803, Sept 1

OLIVER-OLIVER I have this deed

Image 113

Martha OLIVER marriage settlement with Nathaniel LESLIE of Drumacanner, Co Armagh of the first part & Martha OLIVER, spinster the daughter of David OLIVER of Ballyrea in Co Armagh of the second par. Joseph OLIVER & Benjamin OLIVER. Whereby the said Nathaniel LESLIE for the consideration therein mentioned granted to the said Joseph OLIVER and Benjamin OLIVER their execs... Admons & Assigns all that and then that part of the Townland Drumconner (?) formerly in the possession of William LESLIE deceased and then in the possession of the said  Nathaniel situate lying and being in the Manor of Toaghy and Barony of Armagh. Aforesaid containing bog. Estimation 35 acres 2 Roods & 30 perches by the same more or less .... [pounds] 20 annually for said Martha OLIVER in case she survives said Nathaniel LESLIE to use of .... intended marriage... Witness Samuel LESLIE brother to the said Nathaniel LESLIE and William OLIVER of Laragh in the County of Monaghan Gent.  And this Memorial is witnessed by the said William OLIVER & Thomas APPLEBY of the City of Armagh Scrivener. Joseph OLIVER [SEAL] September 19, 1803

 

558

277

371383

JACKSON, James

Kings

1803 June 1

Image 148

BTW William ABBOTT Esq Ensign in 30th Regiment if Foot Esq. of 1st pt. Jane KING spinster daughter of Jane KING of Dublin Widow of 2nd pt. of 2nd pt  and Jane KING the elder and  William ABBOTT of City of Dublin attorney of 3rd pt. Reciting that William ABBOTT was entitled under marriage settlement of his grandfather James JACKSON Esq expectant upon the death of his said Grandfather unto one moiety of certain houses situated in and near Parsonstown [now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt] Kings Co. said William several lands and premises together with other properties with an annuity of £100 for said Jane KING the younger in case she survives her husband…. WITNESS: Rev Thomas LYSTER of City of Dublin clerk Frances [SEALY?] of City of Dublin spinster. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkeiran.

NOTE: William ABBOTT is the son of Samuel ABBOTT & Elizabeth JACKSON, the daughter of James JACKSON & Alice DALTON.

 

559

148

373062

JACKSON, Wm M

 

1804

MAHON

 

559

148

373062

JACKSON, Wm D

 

1804

MAHON

 

559

165

373570

JACKSON, Warren H.R.

Cork

1804

MITCHELL

NOTE: Aka Warren Hastings Rowland JACKSON. SEE: JACKSONs of Ahenesk

 

559

165

374084

JACKSON, Warren H.R.

Cork

1804

CALTON

NOTE: Aka Warren Hastings Rowland JACKSON. SEE: JACKSONs of Ahenesk

 

559

165

376021

JACKSON, Warren H.R.

Cork

1804

- NOTE: Aka Warren Hastings Rowland JACKSON. SEE: JACKSONs of Ahenesk

 

559

326

375220

DAWSON

 

1800-1809

DAWSON, William-LYNCH

 

560

274

374951

JOHNSTON, Richard?

 

 

JOHNSTON. Names Index 1800-1809

 

561

35

373512

BREAKEY

 

1800-1809 (1804)

BREAKEY-HORNER  

x

562

15

372477

JACKSON, Joseph

Tipperary

1796 Feb 23

JACKSON 1803

Image 14

Btw Joseph JACKSON of Tincurry co Tipperary of 1 pt & Joseph JACKSON the younger of Tincurry son of Joseph the elder of the other… demised part of lands of Tincurry called the Paisley field and the field called the church quarter containing 43a Plantation Measure… description of premises which includes access to turf through Thomas JACKSONs  and Abraham JACKSONs (these were his brothers - SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

 

562

16

372478

JACKSON, Joseph

Tipperary

1796 May 9

JACKSON

Image 14

Btw Joseph JACKSON of Tincurry co Tipperary of 1 pt & Joseph JACKSON the younger of Tincurry son of Joseph the elder of the other… demised part of lands of Tincurry … 6a incl forests, and access to mountain for grazing sheep & cattle… SEE: Irish Quaker JACKSONs

 

562

250

374078

JACKSON, John

Wicklow

1782 Mar 25

DUNKLEY-DUNKLEY Stratford Place

Image 133

John DUNKLEY of Baltinglass Co. Wicklow farmer of 1 pt & Francis DUNKLEY of Baltinglass Cooper of other pt.  … house in main street now called Stratford House … Mr KINGs house on one side & said John DUNKLEYs house on the other side meared by Mr. KINGs orchard … WITNESS: John DUNN of Stratford Gent & John JACKSON of Baltinglass both in Co. Wicklow

 

563

68

374123

OLIVER, Anne

 

1804

OLIVER, Anne-OLIVER Notes in 2009 diary

Marriage of Anne OLIVER to DISNEY – not pertinent.

 

563

69

374145

JACKSON, Dunkley

Wicklow

1804 Feb 12

CREATHORN-JACKSON

Image 43 [hard to read]

BTW Hanna CREATHORN of [Thomastown?] Co. Wicklow & Dunkley JACKSON of Baltinglass Co Wicklow Postmaster. Part of land in Town of Baltinglass Barony Talbotstown .. bounded in front by [?] Lane in rere partly by [?] William FREEMANs [?] & partly by John [?] house  & gardens on one side & on other side by William PHILIPs and Mr. GRIFFINs holding … situation on the road leading from Baltinglass to Tullow in Barony Talbotstown side … WITNESS: Thomas JACKSON of Baltinglass Builder & George SHAW of Baltinglass Tin Manufacturer. Hannah CREATHORNE [SEAL]

 

563

104

374428

JACKSON, John

Sligo

1803 Dec 5

DODD-JACKSON

Tirchvick

Tubbernany

Image 58

Roger DODD of Kingsfort Co. Sligo Esq of 1 pt & John JACKSON of Teritick Co. Sligo Landholder of other pt. Reciting that Roger DODD for rent demised to John JACKSON part of the quarter of Teritick on which John JACKSON now lives, with that part of said quarter called Lough Park containing 7 acres in Manor of Balintogher Co. Sligo to hold for lives of Elizabeth DODD the Rev. Isaac DODD & Owen WYNNE eldest son of Owen WYNNE of Hazelwood Co. Sligo … WITNESS: Andrew McDONAGH & John McDONAGH jr both of City of Dublin Gent . John JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: Roger DODD’s pedigree Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica, Volume 1,  page175. Several PHIBBS intermarriages in the family. Alicia PHIBBS, daughter of Harloe PHIBBS was the wife of Roger DODD. Elizabeth DODD the wife of Rev Oliver DODD of Kingsfort was his father was the daughter of John KNOX.

 

563

124

374649

OLIVER, John

& WHITESIDE, Catherine

Armagh

Tyrone

1803 Dec 1

OLIVER to WHITESIDE 1739-1810

Tullymore, Tullycarrent & Drumflugh

Image #70.

Deed of Marriage Settlement made this first day of decd in the year of our Lord 1803 Between John OLIVER of Tullymore [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh], in the County of Armagh Gent of the one part Catherine OLIVER otherwise WHITESIDE wife of the said John OLIVER of the Second part of the Rev Jas WHITESIDE of Drumflugh in the County of Tyrone of the third part. Whereby after rectg that a marriage had been some time ago been solemnized between the said John and Catherine and that the Sd John had not then made any provision or served any jointure for his wife in lease she Should Survive him the Sd Indenture Witnessed that the said John OLIVER ford? In Condn of the sum of [pounds] 100 and the proportion of the Sd Catherine to him in hand paid the receipt wherof is thereby acknowledged Did Grant Bargain sell  Assign Transfer and set over unto the Sd. Jas WHITESIDE his Execs Admons and Assigns all that and those that part of the town and lands of Tullymore [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh],in the County of Armagh Aforesd Containing by Estimation of 5 acres one rood & 25 perches be the same more or less  as held by the Sd John OLIVER under a lease from Joshua McGEOGH of Drumshill in the County of Armagh.  Etc etc

Deed is witnessed by John OLIVER of Tullycarrent in the County of Armagh father and Jas WHITESIDE jr of Drumflugh in the Co of Tyrone Gent. [more not transcribed]

T7-8

563

211

357959

351959

JACKSON, Hugh

 

 

JACKSON, Hugh

Wrong #

15

???

563

304

 

376871

BROWN

Monaghan

1804 May 1

LESLIE-BROWN Book 45 (1739-1810) Edgeool & New Street, Corfad

Btw Charles Albert LESLIE of Gilford, Co. Down & Richard BROWNE of Magherana in said Co Down, Linen draper executor of John BROWN late of Maghera in the said Co. Down, linen draper. Deceased of the other part.. Whereby  after reciting as in  said deed is recited in bonds of the sum of £2000 sterling to said Charles Albert LESLIE  did grant bargain sell assign transfer and make over to said Richard Brown his exors admons and assigns all that and those the lands of  Aughnetray Angaise Ballyellyan  Carricknaneagh Clogher Cowlerannan Corfait Corkerran Cornahow Derryalubina Derryvalley Drumar Drumbo Drumgole Drumlane Drumhowen Drumerrusk Edynanian Edergool Greagh Kennupat Kenorkavaddy Larrah MonartonTanmucknell Tonyglasen Cornamucklish Terrygreham Ballybay Newstreet and Coothill & by whatever name or names… lying and being in the Barony of ____ and Dartrey in Co. Monaghan.. term of time and space of 2000 years …. WITNESS [one illegible] William CROZIER 

15

563

313

356587

BROWNE

Monaghan

1739-1810

LESLIE to BROWNE (TI Bk 45)

Wrong #

 

564

24

373934

BREAKEY

Monaghan

1802 Aug 7

BREAKEY-ROSS  1800-1809 (1804)

Image 340

BTW George BREAKEY of Millford Co. Monaghan son of Isaiah BREAKEY of Millford f 1 pt & Anne ROSS of Derryherr Co. Monaghan spinster of 2nd pt. Isiah BREAKEY of 3rd pt John ROSS of Derryheen Co. Monaghan Gent & Andrew BREAKEY Millford Co. Monaghan Linen Draper of 4th pt. Reciting intended marriage btw George BREAKEY & Anne ROSS … Isaiah BREAKEY lands of Derryhee to go with part of townlands of Milmore 84a 3r together with ½ Millmore bog by virtue of lease to him by John KERR Esq 24 May 1801 for 21 years renewable. … lands of Derryhee & Emyvale Co. Monaghan & part of lands of Revella Co. Tyrone mentioned in will of John ROSS deceased

 

564

43

376021

JACKSON, Richd

Dublin

1804 Apr 30

DILLON

Image 349-350

 Btw Richard JACKSON & Thomas BARKER [BAKER?] co-executors of James BUTLER deceased of the 1 pt. & Michael DILLON. Plot of land on north side of Montgomery on which Michael DILLON has built a new house…. Executed by Richard JACKSON & Thomas BAKER [BARKER?]. NOTE: This would be in City of Dublin.