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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. Update December 31, 2022 Update: June 7, 2023 Update: February 10, 2024

 

Books of Memorials of Deeds 751-899 for web

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

 

Alerts to myself to follow-up

2022 Additions and edits

2023 Additions

 

Bk

Pg

Mem

Name

County

Date

Notes

X

751

295

510830

JACKSON, John

Dublin

Kildare

Wicklow

1820 Apr 20

 

DARLINGTON 1819-1821

Image 149

BTW John JACKSON of Paradise Row City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt & Robert DARLINGTON of Golden Lane City of Dublin Gent of other pt. John JACKSON granted lands of Ballytonny [Ballytunny  Parish Ennereilly, Barony of Arklow]  lying on the North East side of the road leading from Wicklow to Arklow then in possession of Thomas DARLINGTON and then in possession of Henry DARLINGTON bounded on south and west by said road and by part of the lands of Ballynegellogue [possibly Ballysallagh East , Parish Dunganstown, Barony Arklow] called the Honeycomb and on the south and east by the Bog of Ardneary [Ardanairy, Parish Ennereilly, Barony of Arklow] and also the lands of Ballynegellogue [possibly Ballysallagh West, Parish Dunganstown, Barony Arklow] called the Honeycomb lying to the south west of the lands of Ballytonny between said lands and the mearing of Sallymount [Sallymount Parish Ennereilly, Barony of Arklow], and late in possession of said Henry DARLINGTON 6a 3r 11p and the whole 48a in Barony Arklaw Co. Wicklow … WITNESS John HUTCHINSON of [New?] Street City of Dublin and Anne KELLY of Paradise Road widow John JACKSON [SEAL]

289

751

451

510986

COULTER

DONALDSON

Louth

1819 Jan 28

DONALDSON to COULTER1811-1820 (TI Bk 81) Reg 1820 May 3 Carrickastuck

NAMES: Alexander DONALDSON of Philipstown; Henry COULTER of Carrickastuck; Stewart KING; James DICKIE; Charles COULTER; Robert DICKIE; Joseph DICKIE; James DICKIE; John GETTY; Robert GETTY; Ralph COULTER; Francis ARMSTRONG.

d

752

417

511553

JACKSON, George Bennet

 

 

JACKSON George Bennet1819 Jointure of £100 p. a. n lands of Boulasalagh

 

753

265

512000

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1820 May 22

BAKER 1819-1821

Image 144

BTW John JACKSON of South Frederick St, City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt; John BAKER of Parliament St., City of Dublin Esq. of the other. Reciting lease 18 Dec 1787 … property on east side of Frederick St. In consideration, JACKSON leased to BAKER [names of neighbours] … John JACKSON [SEAL]

289

753

456

512191

 

Monaghan

 

McMURRAY-BEGGS Book 46 (1811-1820) Correntrough

Image 240

Btw Alexander McMURRAY  of Corrintrough of 1 pt & David BEGGS of Erryrue of 2nd pt Co. Monaghan [no other family info]

 

753

471

512206

JACKSON, John

Monaghan

1820 Jul 5

HARKNESS 1819-1821

Image 247

John JACKSON of Crieve, Co. Monaghan Esq. surviving executor of Alexander JACKSON since deceased of 1 pt; William HARKNESS of City of Dublin Esq. of other pt. … lands of Trbane [?] & Lisdrumdoagh in Co. Monaghan

SEE: Lisnaboe JACKSONs.

289

755

5

512940

 

Down

Kildare

1819 Nov 29

BERESFORD-ROWAN Marriage arts Ballytrim

Image 8

BTW Archibald Hamilton ROWAN of Rathcoffey Co. Kildare Esq. & Elizabeth Hamilton ROWAN 2nd daughter of Archibald Hamilton ROWAN of 1st pt. The Rev. Hamilton Sydney BERESFORD of Killinchy, Co. Down Clerk of 2nd pt. Hampden EVANS of City of Dublin Esq. and George EVANS of Portrane Co. Dublin Esq of 3rd pt & Gawin William Rowan HAMILTON Capt Royal Navy and one of the Knights companions of the Most Honorable Order of the Bath but now of Killylough Co. Down Esq. & Charles Stewart HAWTHORNE of Ringfaddy Co Down of 4th pt. Reciting intended marriage btw Hamilton Sydney BERESFORD and Elizabeth Hamilton ROWAN and deed 11 Oct 1819 btw Archibald Hamilton ROWAN apportioned £1,200 part of a sum of £8,000 mentioned to said Hampden EVANS and George EVANS Trustees for portion of said Elizabeth Hamilton ROWAN and reciting deed of Mtg 11 Oct 1819 Archibald Hamilton ROWAN in consideration of £2,000 to him paid granted to George EVANS lands of Killileagh and Castle and townlands of Rathcunningham Ballytrim Tullyvery Carrigagullion Lisnagh Carbelly Lisnasilla Knocknagowney and Island Tegart in Co. Down to hold for 500 years ….

NOTE: Archibald Hamilton-Rowan was the father of Sydney Hamilton ROWAN, and he was the husband of Ellen JACKSON  (d. 1852) of Crieve, Co. Monaghan. Hamilton Sydney BERESFORD was the son of Rev. Benjamin BERESFORD & Sidney HAMILTON, a daughter of Gawen HAMILTON & Lady Jane ROWAN.

NOTE: Will of Rev. Hamilton Sydney BERESFORD Clerk of Brailes, Warwickshire, UK. National Archives. PROB 11/2059/4 27 July 1847. some of the same financial transactions in this deed as well as the estate of Killyleagh Co. Down are referenced in the will which is also available to ancestry and his children are named.

 

755

307

513242

 

Tyrone

1818 Jan 12

SCOTT-SCOTT Book 46 Mullinture

Btw Archibald SCOTT of Mullintur, Co. Tyrone farmer of 1st part & John SCOTT farmer Ann SCOTT & Ellinor SCOTT spinsters all of Mullintur... 15 acres 3 roods Irish Plantation measure of lands of Mullintur which Archibald SCOTT holds under the Earl of Caledon..

 

755

332

513267

JOHNSTON

Louth

1820 May 2

County Louth Archives PP54/6/4 Dundalk

BROWN, Malcolm; HOGG, William S.;JOHNSTON, Graham; PAGE, John – JOHNSTON, James.

Malcolm BROWNE & Graham JOHNSTON both of Dundalk Co Louth & Wm James HOGG formerly of Dundalk and now of Newry in Co Down Esq. Assignees of the estate of John PAGE of Dundalk Merchant, late a bankrupt of 1st pt the said John PAGE of the 2nd pt. & James JOHNSTON of Dominick St, City of Dublin, Attorney at law of 3rd pt.... lands of Taaf in Dundalk.

 

755

356

513291

JACKSON, Esther

Carlow

1820 Sep 12

JACKSON Otherwise BRIEN & Husband 1819-1821

JACKSON-BARKER. Names Index 1819-1821

Btw Henry JACKSON of Coolmana, Co Carlow Farmer of one part & George BARKER of Coolmana Gent of other pt. Reciting indenture May 13, 1778 whereby Esther JACKSON set to Samuel JACKSON... part of Coolmana known as Nashe’s quarters 16 acres... Samuel JACKSON published his last will Feb 22, 1797 and devised to his son Henry JACKSON his interest in the lands with reversion to his daughter Esther JACKSON. Henry JACKSON is heir at law of his father & also devisee under will of Joseph JACKSON dec’d & assignee of his sister Esther, wife of Joseph BRIEN... for 100 pounds lands to George BARKER. witness Joseph BRIEN of Carrigbrack, Co. Wicklow Farmer & Peter Doherty of Tullow, Co Carlow.

SEE: JACKSONs of Nashe's Quarter aka Coolmana

289

755

357

513292

JACKSON, Henry

Carlow

1820 Sep 12

BARKER 1819-1821

JACKSON-PRONI T808/8261

Memorial registered 25 Sept 1820 of mortgage of 12 Sept 1820 for £100 by Henry JACKSON of Coolmana, Co. Carlow, farmer to George BARKER of said Coolmana, Co. Carlow Gent part of Coolmana alias Nashes qr 16 ½ acre bounded by River Dereen on North by G. BARKER on East by Ester JACKSON on South & West leased 30 May 1788 at 9s an acre by Esther JACKSON to Samuel JACKSON father of above Henry & his daughter Esther who as wife of Joseph BRIEN has assigned her claim to Henry. Esther JACKSON sr in Feb 1790 assigned the rent to her son Henry. Lands are held on lease of lives forever. WITNESSES: Joseph BRIEN of Carrigbrack, Co. Wicklow, farmer; Peter DOHERTY of Tullow, Co. Carlow, writing clerk. Memorial signed by JACKSON.

SEE: JACKSONs of Nashe's Quarter aka Coolmana

289

756

569

514104

COULTER

 Monaghan

1820 Nov 3

McCLELLAND-COULTER NOTES in 2009 diary Book 46 (1811-1820)

Between Francis McCLELLAND of Corlea, Co. Monaghan, Gent & Jane COULTER of Losset, Co. Monaghan widow … whereas Francis McCLELLAND was legally possessed of and entitled to part of the lands of AnaghMcNeal, Co. Monaghan for term of 999 years … in receipt of £159 from Jane COULTER lands were transferred

WITNESS: George BARTLEY, Monaghan, Merchant & Robert RIDDLE of Gleanish, farmer. [NOTE: Jane COULTER was born Jane BARTLEY, daughter of Hugh BARTLEY & Agnes WILSON and sister of George BARTLEY. These were the Bartleys of Bartley’s Grove, Losset, Co. Monaghan.]

 

756

569

514105

DAWSON

Monaghan

1820 Oct 27

DAWSON-NIXON Marriage Settlement NOTES in 2009 diary

John DAWSON of Drumcoll, Co. Monaghan, Esq. Of 1st part & James NIXON of Glasslough, Co. Monaghan Esq. Of 2nd part. Grace NIXON spinster daughter of James NIXON of 3rd part .... Francis DAWSON was grandfather of said John DAWSON (lots more detail – 2 ½ page deed).

 

757

153

514288

JACKSON, Anne

Antrim

1820 Nov 15

BLACKLEY 1819-1821

Anne otherwise KENNEDY

Image 83

BTW Edward Alexander KENNEDY of Cushindale [Cushendall, Parish Layd, Barony Glenarm Lower], Co. Antrim Gent & Ann KENNEDY otherwise JACKSON his wife of 1st pt.; James ARTHUR of City of Dublin Gent Attorney of 2nd pt; Anne BLACKLY of Belfast, Co. Antrim of 3rd pt. Reciting that Edward & Anne KENNEDY sold to Anne BLACKLEY 1/3rd pt of ½ of the lands of Killyglin orse KillyGlynn orse Blairmount [aka Killyglen, Parish Grange of Killyglen, Barony Glenarm Upper] containing 15a 1r 4p and the mountain containing 21a or thereabouts and 1/3rd pt of ½ of townland of Knocknoane orse Knockknown orse Drains [probably Drains Bog, Parish Carncastle, Barony Glenarm Upper] and 1/3rd pt of lands of Loughduffe [Loughduff, Parish Carncastle, Barony Glenarm Upper], containing 120a 2r 10p all in Parish of Carncastle, Barony Glenarm Co. Antrim to hold for lives of [royalty] and Samuel ALLEN of Liscounan [possibly Lisconnan, Parish of Derrykeighan, in the Barony of Dunluce Lower] Co. Antrim. WITNESS: John HOWE of Glenarm [possibly Glenarm Demense, Parish Tickmacrevan, Barony Glenarm Lower], & Robert ARTHUR of Belfast Co. Antrim Gents.

NOTE: Because of the lands of Blairmount, I suspect a connection to Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmagee - Antrim.

289

757

189

514324

JACKSON, Wm

Clare

1820 Sep 3

FITZGERALD 1819-1821

Image 101

BTW William HENN the younger Esq one of the Masters of his Majesty’s High Court of Chancery in Ireland of 1 pt; Henry WILSON of Springfield [Springfield, Parish Feenagh, Barony Bunratty Lower], Co. Clare Esq. only son and administrator of Lewis WILSON late of Springfield deceased and Bridget WILSON otherwise MAUNSELL wife of said Henry WILSON of 2nd pt; Lewis WILSON and William Maunsell WILSON now minors and whish said Lewis WILSON is the eldest son of said Henry & Bridget and William Maunsell WILSON is the only younger child  of 3rd pt; Rev John O’DONAGHUE of City of Limerick surviving trustee in deed 5 Jan 1814 of 4th pt; William Marcus JACKSON of City of Limerick and Rev. William MAUNSELL formerly called William MOUNSELL the younger of the 5th pt ; Thomas McMAHON of Stonehall and James CREAGH of Caherbane Co. Clare and Charles FITZGERALD of City of Limerick Esquires of 6th pt; Thomas McMAHON … [complex legal case] of 7th pt. Francis DALY & Jane DALY otherwise WILSON his wife Averina DEVEREUX widow and Executrix of Robert DEVEREAUX Esq. late of City of Dublin deceased who was surviving trustee in marriage settlement of Francis & Jane DALY 15 Oct 1796 Norcott Henry D’ESTERRE and Ellen D’ESTERRE otherwise WILSON his wife Margaret WILSON Elizabeth WILSON Charlotte WILSON and Anne WILSON spinsters daughters and younger children of Lucas WILSON of 8th pt and James Walcott FITZGERALD of City of Dublin Esq. of 9th pt. reciting final decree 13 Dec 1819 … lands of Clownaskeagh [??] Knockleagh [??]  and Coreass [??]  commonly called Rinane [??] Co Clare … James Walcott FITZGERALD for £7,650 paid …

289

758

4

514739

JACKSON, William

Oliver

Mayo

1820 Nov 5

----1819-1821

Image 7

BTW William JACKSON of Enniscoe Co. Esq. Colonel of his Majesty’s North Mayo Regiment of Militia of the 1 pt; Oliver Cuff JACKSON of Fortland Co. Mayo Esq Major in the North Mayo Regiment of the other pt. Reciting that William JACKSON was not to be entitled to demand or receive any rent from Oliver Cuff JACKSON out of the lands of Fortland orwise Lambsfort orwise Ranakoon Co. Mayo by virtue of leases executed by William JACKSON to Oliver Cuff JACKSON … prior lease of said lands executed by George JACKSON deceased, father of William JACKSON to Thomas WEST ….

NOTE: William JACKSON is probably the son of Col George JACKSON & Maria RUTLEDGE. See: JACKSONs of Enniscoe and Carramore, Co. Mayo

289

758

5

514740

JACKSON, Wm

Mayo

1820 Nov 25

JACKSON 1819-1821

Image 8

See above. Also mention of life and lives of George JACKSON junior of Carramore, Co. Mayo, eldest son of Lieutenant Col. George JACKSON, Samuel HANDY son of Samuel HANDY Junior of Brocca Castel Co. Westmeath Esq and George Humphry JACKSON eldest son of Oliver Cuffe JACKSON

JACKSONs of Enniscoe and Carramore, Co. Mayo

289

758

161

514896

PUREFOY, Martha ors ATKIN

Cork

1820 Dec 16

Marriage Arts

Image 85

BTW Graves Chamney SWAN of Leinster St City of Dublin Esq. of 1st pt. Martha ATKIN otherwise PUREFOY widow of John Thomas AIKIN late of Leadintown Co. Cork Esq. Martha ATKIN the younger spinster only child of John Thomas ATKIN…

NOTE: Graves Chamney SWAN Esq married Miss ATKIN of Fitz William Square Dec 22, 1820 at Stillorgan Church. SOURCE: Nick Reddans News.

NOTE: William PUREFOY of Cork Esq.will probate 1797.

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree

 

758

169

514904

JACKSON, Samuel

Joseph

Dublin

1820 Aug 19

--- Marriage Arts 1819-1821

Image 90

made between Samuel JACKSON of Cork Street in the County of Dublin cotton manufacturer and bleacher of the first part. Joseph JACKSON of Cork Street aforesaid cotton manufacturer and son of the said Samuel JACKSON of the second part. Elizabeth LAMBERT now the city of Dublin spinster of the third part and Nathanial JONES of Sackville Street in the said city of Dublin in Shoemaker of the fourth part. Which after reciting among other things that a marriage was then shortly to be had and solemnised between the said Joseph JACKSON and the said Elizabeth LAMBERT and that by indented deed of lease by way of lease and release the 20th day of November 1788 made between James JACKSON then of the city of Dublin, Delf manufacturer of the one part and John Grimshaw there in named of the other part the said James JACKSON for the considerations therein mentioned did demise and set release and confirm upon the said John Grimshaw then in his actual possession by virtue of the bargain and sale therein mentioned all that and those the piece or parcel of land formally called the small part or field containing 102 perches and 20 perches of land in the field call the church medal likewise 49 perches of land taken in added thereto and then and pounds together with the two paper mills built on said premises and all drying laughs out offices dwelling houses, gardens and improvements there on together with the River of Kilmashoge and the use and benefit of several mill races no ponds streams and rivers then belonging to said Mills which said premises are part of the lands of Clarkstown measured and bounded as therein mentioned. … . For three lives and the yearly rent of £100 payable half yearly as therein with covenant for perpetual renewal there in contained, and that the said Samuel JACKSON became legally possessed of and entitled unto the interest of the said John Grimshaw …  And David LaTOUCHE, Junior of morally in the County of Dublin Esquire for the considerations therein mentioned did demise release and confirm unto the said Samuel JACKSON all that part of the lands of Clarkstown on the West side of the road leading from Dublin to Kilmashoge in the parish of white church and County of Dublin containing by survey 5 acres three roods and 13 perches more or less to hold to the said Samuel JACKSON his heirs and assigns for the term of three lives there in named with a covenant for perpetual renewal when payment of £2.14 shillings renewal … In consideration of his natural love and affection for the said Joseph JACKSON son and in order to advance him in life. And of the said then intended marriage and of 10 shillings sterling to him the said Samuel JACKSON in hand paid by the said Nathanial JONES. The receipt …

289

758

179

514914

JACKSON

Sligo

1808 Jan 3

CORKRAN-JACKSON  Knockatelly

Image 95

BTW William Harloe PHIBBS of Sligo Esq. of 1 pt & the said Patrick CORKRAN of the 2nd pt The said William Harloe PHIBBS demised to Patrick CORKRAN demised lands of Knockatelly [Knockatelly, Parish Drumrat, Barony Corran],  22s at 1.10s/acre for lives of Patrick CORKRAN Thomas CORKRAN his son & John TAYLOR son of Arthur TAYLOR. Patrick CORKRAN in consideration of £80 sold to Thomas JACKSON & his heirs all rights to lands in Knockatelly [Knockatelly, Parish Drumrat, Barony Corran], Barony Corran, Co. Sligo … WITNESS: John McDONAGH & John MURREN of Sligo Gents. Thomas JACKSON [SEAL]

 

758

275

515010

 

Down

 

WALLACE & Ors-BIRCH

 

758

403

515138

JACKSON, Wm

Mayo

1820 Nov 25

JACKSON 1819-1821

Image 224

William JACKSON to Oliver Cuff JACKSON …demesne of Fortland …

292

758

427

515162

 

Armagh

1820 Nov 21

QUINN-ANDERSON Notes in 2009 diary 1821-1825 Ballyscandle

Sylvester QUINN of City of Armagh, Gent & James ANDERSON of Ballyscandle [Ballyscandal, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh]... on 13 Aug 1779 John BURGESS demised to Robert & John ANDERSON both of Ballyscandle farmers – 41 acres 2R 36P for 14 years. (NOTE: QUINN got land as result of mortgage it seems)

 

758

507

515243

McCRUM

Armagh

1820 Apr 25

GARMONY-McCRUM Notes in 2009 diary Kennedies

Enagh, Lisbane, Lisbano & mill

Hugh GARMONY of Buchfield, Co. Monaghan Eq. & Margaret McCRUM of City of Armagh, widow, acting executors of last will and testament of William McCRUM of City of Armagh, Gent , deceased who was the administrator of the will of John McCRUM late of Kennedies [Kennedies, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Co. Armagh Gent, deceased & Nathaniel McCRUM of City of Armagh, Gent, son to said Margaret McCRUM. In 1812, April 17, Leonard DOBBIN set to John McCRUM deceased all that corn mill known as Lisbano Mill together with the townland of Enagh [Enagh, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], & Lisbane [Lisbanoe, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] containing 16 acres … with all water courses weirs mills dams houses & buildings therein together with the succour of the several townlands called the seven town [Enough [Enagh, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh],  Lisbanoe [Lisbanoe, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh],  Kennedies [Kennedies, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh]  Aghavilly [Aghavilly, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh],  Lislea, [Lislea, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] Killynure [Killynure, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] & Magherarville [Magherarville, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion)] ]… John McCRUM dies intestate … all was granted to Wm. McCRUM who is now dead & his will appointed wife Margaret McCRUM Hugh GARMONY & Robert GARMONY his exors and admons … Witness Alexander McCOMBE, Dundalk, Gent one of the attorneys & Anne HENRY of Clenovoghy, Co. Monaghan, widow.

 

758

575

515310

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1820 Sep 29

CHAMBERS 1821

Image 311

James JACKSON of Jervis St., City of Dublin Merchant & Joshua MATHEWS of Linen Hall St. Merchant of 3rd pt …

292

759

59

515394

BROWNE

 Monaghan

1821-1825

BROWNE-FIGHE Book 48 (1821-1825)

 

759

229

515564

JACKSON, Wm

Mayo

1820 May 1

FOWLER 1821

Image 123

William JACKSON Esq. Colonel in North Mayo regiment ….

JACKSONs of Enniscoe and Carramore, Co. Mayo

292

759

248

515583

TURKINGTON

Armagh

1818 Oct 20

Image 132 (voice recognition notes)

Between Elizabeth Anne TURKINGTON, widow, executrix, administrator and divisee named in the last will and testament of William TURKINGTON, late of Rich Hill [Rich Hill or Legacorry, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] in the County of Armagh, Esquire, deceased of the first part. Mary Ann McILREE, deceased of the second part. Tolertun SUTTON, County Armagh. Acting Executor and Administrator of Abraham WALKER deceased of the third part. Elizabeth TURKINGTON of Aughoreg [probably Aghory, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West – south-east of Richhill] Co. Armagh spinster of the 4th part. And Andrew SWANZY of Millmount Co. Monaghan and Robert BOYD of Marlacoo [Marlacoo Beg and/or Marlacoo More, Parish Mullaghbrack (ONeilland West portion), Barony Orior Lower] Co. Armagh esquires trustees for certain purposes therein, after mentioned of the fifth and last part. Reciting that the said William TURKINGTON at and previous to the time of his death, stood seized and possessed of several freehold estates and interests in the towns and lands of Rich Hill, Minooth [Maynooth Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West], Mullalish [Mullalelish, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West], Corcreevey [Corcreevy, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West], and Annarea [Annareagh, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] all situate in Co. Armagh, held under William RICHARDSON, Esquire, under several leases. Some of the tenements in the town of Rich Hill held under leases for lives renewable forever … subject to judgement of Henry McILREE, Abraham WALKER and Elizabeth TURKINGTON and the said William TURKINGTON at the time of his death in addition to the judgement. Debts therein mentioned stood also indebted to several persons in simple contract, debts to a considerable amount. And that by his last will. He devised all his chattel, real and freehold estates, subject to his just debts to his wife, Elizabeth Ann TURKINGTON … and agreed to convey. All her right and interest in and two said lands and premises to set, Andrew SWANZY and Robert BOYD for the purposes of paying off, as far as some might produce funds for that purpose, the judgment and other debts remaining. Unsatisfied as affecting, said William Turkington at the time of his death … Elizabeth Anne TURKINGTON [SEAL] WITNESS: Henry SWANZY of Hendrick St., City of Dublin Gent attorney, Jacob BARRETT.

SEE: (JACKSON connection) PRONI D 889-1-20: Lease for Lives of Robert Jackson and his wife, Sarah, and the survivor of them by William Turkington, merchant, of Richhill [Rich Hill or Legacorry, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West], Armagh, Robert Jackson of Woodvale, of Curry, Parish of Mullabrack. [Corry, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower]. 7 acres English near Jackson's mill race, corn kiln and turf house mentioned Corry [Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower]

NOTE: Abraham WALKER (1791-1827).

 

759

249

515584

TURKINGTON

Armagh

1821 Jan 9

Image 133 (voice recognition notes)

Between Andrew SWANZY of Millmount County Monaghan and Robert Boyd of Marlacoo [Marlacoo Beg and/or Marlacoo More, Parish Mullaghbrack (ONeilland West portion), Barony Orior Lower]  County Armagh Esquires the first part. Elizabeth Ann TURKINGTON the widow devisee and acting executrix of William Turkington late of Rich Hill [Rich Hill or Legacorry, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] on the County Armagh Merchant deceased of the second part. Mary Ann McILREE of Loughabour Cottage [?]  in the County of Armagh, spinster acting executive and administrator of the Reverend Henry McILREE, deceased. Tolerton SUTTON of Laveghery [?] County Armagh Acting Executor and Administrator of Abraham WALKER, deceased and Elizabeth TURKINGTON of Aghory [Aghory, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West – south-east of Richhill] in the County of Armagh, Spinster of the third part. And John REDMAN Of Grange O'Neill [an extra-parochial district in Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] in County Armagh, linen merchant of the 4th Part. Reciting indenture 7th day of August 1814 between William RICHARDSON of Rich Hill, County Armagh, Esquire of the one part and William TURKINGTON of the city of Dublin. In the county of Dublin. Gent of the other part. Reciting that William RICHARDSON, for considerations, demised to William TURKINGTON and his heirs and assigns. The tenement and counting house in the town of Legacory [Rich Hill or Legacorry, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West], otherwise Rich hill, together with one parcel of land. In the said town land containing five or six acres of land, English measure in the Manor Mullalelish [Mullalelish, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] and Legacory Parish Kilmore Co. Armagh. To hold. With the appurtenances to the said William TURKINGTON his heirs and assigns for the lives of William CROZIER, Richard CROZIER and William TURKINGTON. And the longest liver of them, and at the rent therein mentioned, and that the said William TURKINGTON had died, but before his death Julie made and published his will on the third day of August. 1815 and thereby devised all his freehold and chattel property to his wife, the said Elizabeth Ann TURKINGTON. That by indenture 20th October 1818 made between said, Elizabeth Anne TURKINGTON of the first part, the said Mary Anne McILREE of the second part, the said Tolerton SUTTON of the third part, the said Elizabeth TURKINGTON of the fourth part and the said Andrew SWANZY and Robert BOYD of the 5th part. Reciting that the said William TURKINGTON was at the time of his death possessed of several freehold estates in the towns and lands of Richhill. … all situate in the County of Armagh. held under William RICHARDSON, Esquire, under several leases….   Judgement against. William TURKINGTON. Relating to debts affecting his property were more in amount than the property left by him and for the purpose of avoiding. Law Proceedings The said Elizabeth Ann TURKINGTON had thereby assigned all her right and interest in said lands and premises to said Andrew SWANZY and Robert BOYD. … And the said Mary Ann McILREE. To Tolerton SUTTON and Elizabeth TURKINGTON had joined and said conveyance. And reciting. That the said Andrew SWANZY and Robert BOYD, in fulfillment of the trust reposed in them, said. Up and sold by public auction in the town of Rich Hill. All the freehold estates, holdings and concerns of which the said William TURKINGTON died possessed. And amongst others, the tenement and lands demised by the said recited indenture of the 7th of August. 1814 and that they said John REDMAN had been declared the purchaser at the sum of £210, the said indenture of which this is a memorial. Witnessed that Andrew SWANZY and Robert BOYD, in further fulfillment and in consideration of £210 paid by John REDMAN. And also the said Elizabeth Ann TURKINGTON by and with the consent of Mary Anne McILREE, Tolerton Sutton and Elizabeth TURKINGTON sold unto the said John REDMAN all that Parcel of ground in the town, land containing, by estimation, five or six acres, English measure, situate, lying and being in the Manor Mullalelish and Legacory Parish of Kilmore, County Armagh. …  WITNESS James ARMSTRONG City of Armagh Solicitor & Jacob BARRETT of City of Armagh Writing Clerk. John REDMAN [SEAL]

SEE: (JACKSON connection) PRONI D 889-1-20: Lease for Lives of Robert Jackson and his wife, Sarah, and the survivor of them by William Turkington, merchant, of Richhill [Rich Hill or Legacorry, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West], Armagh, Robert Jackson of Woodvale, of Curry, Parish of Mullabrack. [Corry, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower]. 7 acres English near Jackson's mill race, corn kiln and turf house mentioned Corry [Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower]

NOTE: Abraham WALKER (1791-1827).

 

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339

515674

JACKSON, John

Monaghan

1821 Jan 1

CUNNINGHAM 1821

Image 180

John JACKSON of Crieve, Co. Monaghan Esq.  of 1 pt. Joseph CUNNINGHAM of Crieve Esq. of other pt. ….

SEE: Lisnaboe JACKSONs.

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759

562

515897

JOHNSTON

Monaghan

1799 Mar 4

JOHNSTON-NOBLE Marriage Articles Book 48 (1821-1825) Drumlook 1821-1825

Image 300

Articles of marriage btw James JOHNSTON of Drumluce Co. Fermanagh Gent & Stephen JOHNSTON of Drumluce only son and heir at law of James JOHNSTON of 1st pt. Sarah NOBLE of Flatfield otherwise Siden Co Fermanagh spinster 7th daughter of Thomas NOBLE of Flatfield of the 2nd pt. John JOHNSTON of Goblurk and Thomas ARMSTRONG of Sidon eldest son of John ARMSTRONG. Reciting that a marriage btw Stephen JOHNSTON and Sarah NOBLE … lands of Drumluce  … Sarah NOBLE entailed under will of Isabella HAMILTON otherwise NOBLE her sister … lands of Flatfield then in possession of Thomas NOBLER her father …

 

759

595

515930

JACKSON, Henrietta

Down

Armagh

1821 Jan 4

CLELAND Otherwise CASSIDY the Husband 1821

Image 320

Btw Rev Mark CASSIDY of Newtownards Co. Down Clerk & Henrietta CASSIDY otherwise JACKSON his wife, one of the sisters and coheiresses of Peter JACKSON late of Ballymascaw [aka Ballymiscaw], Co. Down Esq. deceased and also one of the daughters and coheiresses of Samuel JACKSON late of Mountpleasant Co. Down Esq. deceased of 1 pt; Rev John CLELAND of City of Armagh Clerk of other pt. Reciting whereby Peter JACKSON was in his lifetime and at the time of his death seized in his Demesne as of Fee simple of and in the lands of Church Quarter,, Parish Dundonald Co. Down containing 41a 1r Cunningham Measure and that said Peter JACKSON had died abt 1802 intestate & unmarried and without issue leaving Henrietta CASSIDY & Martha CLELAND otherwise JACKSON his only sisters and coheiresses at law…. Then seized of Lands of Church Quarter … also reciting that Samuel JACKSON was in his lifetime and at the time of his death seized in his Demesne as of fee simple of part of the land in the townland of Ballybeen, Parish Dundonald Co. Down containing 1a Cunningham Measure… and reciting that Samuel JACKSON departed this life on or about 3 Feb 1816 without having disposed of by will the last mentioned lands …. Mark CASSIDY & Henrietta CASSIDY in consideration of £1,750 granted to John CLELAND … [much more legal detail] … WITNESS: Robert FERGUSON of Newtownards, Co. Down Gent SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down. NOTE: Stormont was first used c.1830 as the name of the house and estate of Rev. John CLELAND, replacing the original estate name, Mount Pleasant. It is in the townland of Ballymiscaw, Parish Dundonald. SOURCE: Northern Island Placenames.

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186

516121

JACKSON, Warren H. R.

Cork

1821 Feb 9

--- Agreement 1821

Image 120

BTW George Charles JEFFRIES of Blarney Cast Co. Cork of 1 pt & Warren Hastings Rowland JACKSON of Castleview Co. Cork of other pt. … conveyed lands of Ballyvoduck otherwise Ballyvodig in Barony of Barrymore Co. Cork

292

760

520

516455

JACKSON, Alexander

Wicklow

Kilkenny

Dublin

1821 Mar 22

IVERS 1821

Image 302

BTW Charlotte JACKSON of Delgany, Co. Wicklow, widow and executrix of Thomas JACKSON deceased, George JACKSON, Charlotte JACKSON, Margaret JACKSON, Harriet JACKSON, Alexander JACKSON, Thomasina JACKSON, Isabella JACKSON and Eliza JACKSON children of said Thomas JACKSON deceased of the 1 pt.; Mary IVERS of City of Dublin, spinster of the other pt. Reciting lease 3 Jan 1804 William BROPHY & Michael BROPHY both of Ballyridden Co. Kilkenny farmers for consideration set to Thomas JACKSON of the City of Dublin Gent the house orchard, gardens and grounds of Ballyridden formerly held by Robert FORRESTER containing 50 acres near Bennetts Bridge Co. Kilkenny with the new Mills lately built to hold for lives of John MAX & Thomas MAX junior and George MAX then of City of Kilkenny and that Charlotte JACKSON, widow, George JACKSON, Charlotte JACKSON, Margaret JACKSON, Harriet JACKSON, Alexander JACKSON, , Thomasina JACKSON, Isabella JACKSON and Eliza JACKSON set over to Mary FREERSHAM 50a of Ballyridden … WITNESSES: George MAHON of Delganny, Co. Wicklow, Gent, John MURRAY of Delganny, farmer & William HEALY of Grafton St, City of Dublin Shoemaker.

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

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27

516562

JACKSON, Bolton

Monaghan

1821 Feb 27

Image 19

BTW Francis ELLIS of City of Bath, UK of 1 pt & Bolton JACKSON of City of Dublin but resident at Baltimore,  USA of other pt. Recited deed 1 Mar 1787 Thomas JENNISON the elder and Thomas JENNISON the younger leased to Henry JACKSON part of lands of Annynees then in possession of Henry JACKSON formerly held by John CRAIG in Barony Cremorne, Co. Monaghan to hold for Henry JACKSON, Hugh JACKSON & Bolton JACKSON or the survivor of them … Henry JACKSON, & Hugh JACKSON deceased … Bolton JACKSON is entitled to the interest & right renewal…

SEE: Lisnaboe JACKSONs.

 

761

27

516563

JACKSON, Bolton

Monaghan

Dublin

1821 Mar 1

HORNER 1821 Initially I had pg 28. It is pg 27. I also had Memorial # 514563

Image 19

BTW Bolton JACKSON [1783-1838] then of City of Dublin but resident at Baltymore [sic – Baltimore, Mayland,] USA of the 1 pt; Francis HORNER and Archibald HORNER both of Ballybay, Co. Monaghan Merchants of the other pt. … townland of Annynees, Barony Cremorne, Co. Monaghan

SEE: Lisnaboe JACKSONs.

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761

120

516655

McCLELLAND

Monaghan

1820 Mar 14

McCLELLAND-LUCAS Book 48 (1821-1825)

Image 63

BTW John McCLELLAND of Ballybay Co. Monaghan of 1st pt; Edward LUCAS of Co. Monaghan Esq. of the other pt. …[long list of other names]

 

761

200

516735

 

Armagh

1820 Aug 9

Image 105

BTW Andrew SWANZY of Millmount, Co. Monaghan and Robert BOYD of Marlacoo Co. Armagh Esq of 1st pt; Elizabeth Anne TURKINGTON the widow of William TURKINGTON of Richhill deceased …. Reciting indentures from William RICHARDSON in town of Richhill … 21 Jan 1793 Robert CHERRY had been declared the purchaser … [ see other TURKINGTON deeds]

 

761

201

516736

 

Armagh

1818 Nov 1

Image 106

BTW Andrew SWANZY of Millmount, Co. Monaghan and Robert BOYD of Marlacoo [Marlacoo Beg and/or Marlacoo More, Parish Mullaghbrack (ONeilland West portion), Barony Orior Lower] Co. Armagh Esq of 1st pt; Elizabeth Anne TURKINGTON the widow of William TURKINGTON of Richhill [Rich Hill or Legacorry, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] deceased of 2nd pt; Mary Anne McILREE of Longhabour Cottage [?] spinster acting executrix of the Re. Henry McILREE deceased Tolertun SUTTON of Laveryhory [?] Co. Armagh acting executor of Abraham WALKER deceased and Elizabeth TURKINGTON of Aghory [Aghory, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] Co. Armagh spinster of 3rd pt; John WILSON of Mullalelish [Mullalelish, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West], Co. Armagh of 4th pt. Reciting indenture 24 Nov 1782 btw William RICHARDSON of Richhill Co. Armagh Esq. of 1 pt & William TURKIINGTON of Richhill Co. Armagh Merchant of the other pt. … £136 paid by John WILSON … land in Mullalelish 1818 for lives of Edwrd TURKINGTON and Richardson TURKINGTON …

… [ see other TURKINGTON deeds]

 

761

230

516765

 

Armagh

1820 Dec 5

[Co. SHERRIFF]-ANDERSON Ballyscandle 1821-1825

Image 120

BTW Robert Innis THORNTON Esq. High Sheriff of Co. Armagh of the 1 pt; James ANDERSON of Ballyscandle [Ballyscandal, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh]..., Co. Armagh farmer of the other pt. Reciting re writ of Court of Exchequer in Ireland … goods and chattles of John ANDERSON of Ballyscandle Co. Armagh farmer 15 May 1st year of our Reign … sum of £48.9.1 … farm set to sell …  20a  … to James ANDERSON for remainder of term for which John ANDERSON held same in payment of rent & covenants . WITNESS: Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh], & James KETEN of Maghery, both in Co. Armagh. Memorial WITNESS: Joseph OLIVER & John ELLIOT of Knappa [Knappagh, Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny] writing Clerk

 

761

258

516792

 

Down

1821 Mar 31

Image 135

Btw William DOAK of Kinnallon Co. Down, farmer of 1 pt; Andrew KILPATRICK of Drumlee Co. Down, farmer of 2nd pt & Thomas NEAL of Dromore, Co. Down Merchant of 3rd pt…

NOTE: Likely related to the Mary DOAK [1807-1882] who married James Birch GILLMER aka GILMORE.

 

761

258

516793

JACKSON, John

Monaghan

1821 Apr 9

JACKSON 1821

Image 136

BTW John JACKSON sr. of Crieve, Co. Monaghan Esq. & John JACKSON jun of Drumgaldragh Co. Monaghan Esq. of the other pt. …

292

761

289

516824

HAMILTON

Armagh

 

1820 Dec 1

HAMILTON to NORTON1821-1825 Liscalgot Liscolget

Liscaget Liscalgat

Image 153

Between Rev. Richard HAMILTON of Salestown, Co. Meath ... revisiting 8 May 1815 between Rev, Richard HAMILTON Rector of Dimboyne & Catherine TIPPING of City of Dublin spinster then a minor & Francis TIPPING then of Beligan Co. Louth Esq. Guardian ... Thomas BALL Esq. ... James BALL of Dublin, barrister ... Robert HAMILTON married Catherine TIPPING ... Christopher HAMILTON of Killaka, Co. Meath. Lieut. Col in Army ... several townlands mentioned including: Liscolget aka Lisscollget aka Leaskalkill aka Liscalgeth [Liscalgat, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper]... Tullyvallen [NOTE: It could be one of the HAMILTON Tullyvallen holdings: Tullyvallan (Hamilton) East or Tullyvallan (Hamilton) West  or one of the TIPPING Tullyvallen holdings: Tullyvallan (Tipping) East  or Tullyvallan (Tipping) West . All were initially in Parish Creggan but then (when boundaries shifted) in Parish Newtownhamilton, in the Barony of Fews Upper]…

 

761

539

517074

JACKSON, Frans

Dublin

Kings

 

1821 Apr 14

--- Agreement 1821

Image 280

BTW Right Hon Warner William Lord Baron ROSSMAN of the 1 pt. & Francis JACKSON of Temple Bar City of Dublin Hat Manufacturer of the other pt…. Francis JACKSON agreed to purchase at price of £14,000 the lands of Longford otherwise Great Longford otherwise big Longford [Longford Big, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt],and Killauilly otherwise Killiwilly [aka Killavilla, Parish Roscrea] in Barony Ballybritt, Kings Co. ‘’’ Owen EVANS … William P. VAUGHAN of Golden Grove [Knocknamase or Goldengrove. Parish Ettagh, Barony Clonlisk], Kings Co. … NOTE: He was Francis JACKSON (1776-1847) husband of Anne J. HASLAM.  SEE: JACKSONs of Ballyboy, Kings Co. aka Offaly

292

761

544

517079

JACKSON, James

Queens

1821 Apr 26

--- Marriage Arts 1819-1821

Image 283

Michael KELLY of [North?] Rath, Queens Co. Shopkeeper of 1st pt & James JACKSON of [North?] Rath, Queens Co. Shopkeeper of 2nd pt. … Anne JACKSON, daughter of James JACKSON, marriage settlement of £300.

292

761

545

517080

JACKSON, Wm M

Limerick

1821 Mar 3

MORICE 1819-1821

Image 283

Lengthy deed – William Marcus JACKSON Esq. of Limerick and William MAUNSELL the younger of the 8th part …

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761

545

517080

JACKSON, Anne

Queens

1821 Apr 26

--- Marriage Arts 1819-1821

NOTE: It was not # 51780, rather it was #517079

Image 283

Michael KELLY of [North?] Rath, Queens Co. Shopkeeper of 1st pt & James JACKSON of [North?] Rath, Queens Co. Shopkeeper of 2nd pt. … Anne JACKSON, daughter of James JACKSON, marriage settlement of 300 pounds.

293

761

557

517092

OLIVER, Bartholomew

Galway

1821 Apr 14

Bartholomew OLIVER to O’MALLEY 1819-1821

Image 290

 

 

762

174

517309

 

Monaghan

1821-1825

FIGHE-LESLIE Book 48 (1821-1825) Laragh

 

762

243 

517378

BREAKEY

Monaghan

1821-5    

BREAKEY to NIXON  Carnaveigh 

x

762

431

517566

PUREFOY

Galway

1820 May 4

Image 231

BTW William HENN of City of Dublin Esq. one of the Masters of the High Court of Chancery of Ireland of 1st pt. Elizabeth Maria DILLON of Cahir Co. Galway widow administrator of will of rev. Edward DILLON deceased and also administrator of James DILLON deceased unadministered by the said Edward DILLON of the 2nd pt. Jane PUREFOY of Woodfield Co. Galway widow and administrix of James PUREFOY late of Woodfield Co. Galway Esq deceased. William Albert PUREFOY Esq. eldest son and heir of said James PUREFOY, the Rev Thomas PUREFOY 2nd son of said James PUREFOY; James PUREFOY, Brindley PUREFOY & Arnold PUREFOY younger sons of said James PUREFOY the elder deceased. John EYRE Esq & Jane EYRE otherwise PUREFOY his wife. Robert TURBETT Esq & Molly Anne TURBETT otherwise PUREFOY his wife. Rachel Amelia Margaret PUREFOY spinster & Thomasina PUREFOY are daughters of said James PUREFOY the elder deceased & Thomas BURROWES Esq Executor of said James PUREFOY deceased of 3rd pt. James TURBITT of City of Dublin Merchant of 4th pt. … for £1,450 transferred to James TURBITT I his actual possession lands of Kilmackshane in Barony Longford, Co. Galway 177a and lands of Derrybane 35a in Barony Longford, Co. Galway & 15a of Col EYRES estate in Klmackshane. WITNESS: Thomas SAUNDERS & William STANFORD of City of Dublin Gents. Eliza M. DILLON [SEAL]

NOTE: The will of James PUREFOY of Woodfield was proved 1820.

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree

 

763

66

517801

BARTLEY

 

1819-1821

John BARTLEY to HARPUR 

x

763

183

517918

JACKSON, Geo Sir

Armagh

1819 Sept 25

EVANS1821

TI Armagh Vol 78 (1821-1825) JACKSON – EVANS

Image 98

Carrickisticken [aka Carrickastuck, Parish of Phillipstown, Co. Louth ] & Tullnacrieve

BTW Sir George JACKSON late of Forkhill [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper] Co. Armagh but then of Ostende Baronet of the 1 pt & William EVANS of Augar, Co. Essex Esq. of the other pt. Reciting indenture 1 Aug 1789 btw Charitable donations of Richard JACKSON of Forkhill Esq. deceased of 1 pt & Susanna BARTON of City of Dublin widow the only sister and heiress at law of said Richard JACKSON of the other pt. … list of townlands in Manor of Forkhill ..

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

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763

492

518227

JACKSON, Esther

Henrietta

Armagh

Down

1821

---- Otherwise CLELAND

BTW Rev. John CLELAND of City of Armagh & Esther CLELAN his wife of the 1st pt; Mark CASSIDY of Newtownards Co. Down Clerk & Henrietta CASSIDY his wife …See Memorial #515930 for same details: Peter JACKSON was in his lifetime and at the time of his death seized in his Demesne as of Fee simple of and in the lands of Church Quarter,, Parish Dundonald Co. Down containing 41a 1r Cunningham Measure and that said Peter JACKSON had died abt 1802 intestate & unmarried and without issue leaving Henrietta CASSIDY & Martha CLELAND otherwise JACKSON his only sisters and coheiresses at law…. Then seized of Lands of Church Quarter .. Samuel JACKSON 3 Feb 1816

292

763

504

518239

McCLELLAND

Monaghan

1821 Jun 29

JOHNSTON-McCLELLAND NOTES in 2009 diary Book 48 (1821-1825)

Between Robert JOHNSTON of City of Dublin painter of 1st part & John McCLELLAND of Ballybay, Co. Monaghan Esq. of other part for £92.12.6 town and lands of Aghnamullen cont 32 A & of Edenbroan, Corkeeran, & Tamlet to McCLELLAND.

 

764

35

518371

DICKIE

 

1821-1825

 

Chief Rembr to DICKIE Kilcurley(TI Bk 74)

x

764

36

518372

DICKIE

 

1821-1825

 

Chief Rembr to DICKIE (TI Bk 74)

x

765

21

518956

JACKSON, Lucas

Kildare

Wicklow

1821 Mar 7

1821

Image 17

BTW  Frederick HAMILTON of Dunfrith Co. Kildare Esq. of 1 pt; Maria WILSON of Dundrum Co. Dublin Spinster of 2nd pt; Lucas JACKSON of Mount Lucas, Co. Wicklow Esq. of 3rd pt…. yearly rent on lands of Dunfrith … NOTE: He was likely Lucas Hunt JACKSON, son of Lucas JACKSON & Anne HUNT.

292

765

76

519011

BARTLEY

 

1819-1821

John BARTLEY to HARPUR

 

765

76

519011

 

Tyrone

Bk 48

BARTLEY – HARPUR

 

765

297

519232

JACKSON, Allen

Dublin

1821 Aug 7

MAGRATH 1819-1821

Image 177

Allen JACKSON of Kevins Port, City of Dublin Painter & Glazier of the 1 pt. Michael MAGRATH of Cullens Wood, Co. Dublin Coach Builder ….. lands of Cullenswood … Anne Street Renelagh near City of Dublin.191’ in front to Ann St.

NOTE: Allen JACKSON Painter & Glazier, Kevins Port. -The Treble Almanac 1818

See also Landed Estates Court Rentals 1850-188530 Sept 1805 lease James McMAHON to Allen JACKSON, land on Anne Street now called Anneville Avenue. Part of Lands of Cullenfarm otherwise Cullinswood.

293

765

381

519316

OLIVER, Thomas

Cork

1821 Sept 14

Thomas OLIVER to SAVARD NOTES in 2009 diary 1819-1821

Marriage Settlement between Pierce William DREW then of City of Cork, Esq of 1st part & Thomas OLIVER of Cork Esq. & Elizabeth his only daughter ... lands of Listy[?]

 

766

35

489570

MOORHEAD

Monaghan

1811-1820

PARR-MOOREHEAD Marriage Article Book 46 (1811-1820) Clones NOTE: The deed bore no resemblance to the description that I had noted from Book 46

Image 25

BTW Robert REED of Mulletra Co. Londonderry farmer of 1 pt & John KNOX of Rushbrook Co. Londonderry Esq. of the other pt.

 

766

320

519856

OLIVER, Thomas

 Down

1821 Jul 20

Thomas OLIVER to POLLOCK 1819-1821

Thomas OLIVER of Climtogh, Co. Down, Farmer of the 1 pt… Elizabeth OLIVER his sister

15

766

426

519961

JACKSON, Patk

Dublin

1821

--- Marriage Arts re:  Elizabeth McCARTHY … land of Great Brunswick St.

Image 241

Patrick JACKSON of City of Dublin of 5th pt land fronting on Great Brunswick street containing in breadth in front to Townsend St 85’ and in breadth in rere 92’ & on East side 54’ and in depth on west side 37’ …. And also part of land on north side of Great Brunswick Street in front to said street 84’9” and in breadth in rere [?] … and from a judgement debt of £500 in deed obtained by Patrick JACKSON party thereto and Bonds passed to him by James ROACHE … his wife Mary ROACHE als McCARTHY … re: marriage of Elizabeth McCARTHY … [a trust set up] witness John JACKSON of Paradise Row, City of Dublin, Gent

292

766

486

520021

JACKSON, Wm

Tyrone

Dublin

1821 Oct 15

SLOAN 1821

Image 274

William JACKSON of Rhone Hill Co. Tyrone, Gent of 1 pt & George SLOAN of Coal Island Co. Tyrone Merchant. Reciting lease 16 May 1808 Charles McCLEAN to William JACKSON therein described to be then of the Coombe Co. Dublin payment of £200 with interest … William JACKSON released lands of ATKINSON’s Alley… land adjoining Quakers Tenement & KENNEDY’s tenement .. [more description of land and neighbours]… WITNESS: Thomas GREER of Rhone Hill, Co. Tyrone & James SLOAN of Donaghmore Co Tyrone Gents.

292

767

346

520481

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1821 Nov 14

MCCULLAGH-BARNEY Thomas St.

Mtg btw John McCULLAGH Rathdrumgan [Rathdrumgran, Parish Loughgall (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West], Co. Armagh, farmer of 1 pt & Frances BARNES, widow of William BARNES of Grange [possibly Grange Blundel, Parish Grange (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Co. Armagh farmer demised part of townland of Tievenacree [Tivnacree, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Tiranny,] cont 38 acres 36 perches in Parish of Derrynoose, Co. Armagh & a piece of land on Thomas St. City of Armagh cont  40 feet in front joining the late John MARSHALL’s tenement at a distance of 90 feet from the late John C___ns house with all the ground behind in a straight line to the late James McGURGANs now part of the late Arthur O’NEILs garden and also the dwelling house in Scotch St in the City of Armagh bounded on the east by a house lately built on the west by the entrance to William NICHOLLS yard on the north by the street and on the south by the yard at the rere  of said house together with one half of the said yard and stable for rent payable throughout to hold to the said Frances BARNES… subject to redemption on payment of sum of 180 pounds sterling with lawful interest. WITNESS: Thomas CALDWELL, Merchant & Thomas APPLEBY Conveyancer.

 

767

588

520523

JACKSON, Joseph

Dublin

1821 Sep 6

MILNER 1821

Image 236

John Devonshire JACKSON surviving Trustee … 31 Aug 1808 ,,,Margaret JACKSON afterwards Margaret CLARKE married to Precious CLARKE [aka CLARK] of 3rd pt.

SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Cork

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768

26

520761

JACKSON, Humphry

Dublin

1821 Dec 19

KING 1821

Image 22

between William COOLEY of the city of Dublin Esquire of the first part; Samuel Crocker KING of the said city Esquire of the second part and Humphrey Thompson JACKSON of the said city of Dublin Esquire of the third part. Reciting that the said William COOLEY in consideration of the sum of £100 paid by the said Samuel Crocker COOLEY acknowledged that he the said William COOLEY the charge that and those two lots of ground situate on the South side of Dame Street in the city of Dublin, and on which to dwelling houses and out offices of been erected there on and are now tenanted by Paul, oddly music seller and Henry BROWNE and company silk and haberdashery merchants and known by the numbers 10 and 14 in said Street with the appurtenances with one annuity yearly rent charge or annual sum of £14.07 sh.9 payable half yearly and every 19th day of June 19 day of December to hold unto the said Samuel Crocker COOLEY

JACKSONs of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath

NOTE: I suspect that there may be a link to Samuel BROWNE, father of Thompson BROWNE …

292

768

242

590977

JACKSON, Thos

Limerick

1822 Jan 7

BLACKER 1822-1824

Image 149

BTW Thomas JACKSON of City of Limerick Esq. of 1st pt; Sir Marcus SOMERVILLE of Somerville House Co. Meath of 2nd pt; & Lieut Col John MONRO of London & Robert ALEXANDER of Tunbridge Wells Co Kent of 3rd pt. Rev Samuel BLACKER of Tynan [Tynan, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny] Co. Armagh of 4th pt

360

768

251

520986

JACKSON, Wm

Queens

1821 Dec 4

HADLEY 1822-1824

Image 154

BTW William JACKSON of Woodbine Cottage Mountrath, Queens Co. Farmer of 1 pt & Benjamin HADLEY of Castletown Co. Meath Esq of the other pt…. annuity charged against house in Derrycushen part of Portarlington Queens Co. demised by William JACKSON to Joseph HUGHES and his son and also part of lands of Derryhishy … William JACKSON has built a house in front to Street of Mountrath afterwards demised to Henry MARSHALL ….

360

768

428

521163

DAWSON

Dublin

Wicklow

1821 Nov 5

DAWSON, Elinor other wise REID-MANNING NOTES in 2009 diary 1822-1824

Henry DAWSON of City of Dublin, Barrister at Law & William REID of said city Esq. & Eleanor REID otherwise DAWSON his wife of 1st part. James DAWSON of said City Esq. Of 2nd part John MANNING of Rathdrum, Co. Wicklow Esq .. re: land in City of Dublin ... reciting a Deed of Marriage 25 Sept 1726 between William DAWSON father of said Henry DAWSON & Eleanor NEYNAE[?] widow; William HAWKINS & John DAWSON trustees (more detail is given) ... George CARROLL April 1809 married Lucy DAWSON since deceased intestate & without issue.

 

768

513

521248

 

Armagh

Dublin

1821 Apr 16

NORTON-CROTTY NOTES in 2009 diary 1821-1825 Liscaget, Liscalgot

Image 289

BTW John Henry NORTON of Blessington St Co. Dublin Gent one of the attorneys of 1 pt & Cornelius CROTTY of Ushers Island City of Dublin Merchant of other pt. Long list of lands including Liscalgot & variant spellings: Lissecolget; Leahskalkilt; Liscolgeth [Liscalgat, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] … and will within a reasonable time procure the said Richard HAMILTON to execute a sufficient deed poll authorizing Cornelius CROTTY in case of non-payment of annuity

 

769

194

521529

BROWNE

Armagh

Dublin

1821 Oct 22

STRONGE-BROWNE 1821-1825 Killilea

James STRONGE Baronet, John Terr ARMSTRONG & Henry Samuel CLOSE, Esq. Executors of the will of John MAXWELL late of Fellows Hall [Crearum, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh], Co. Armagh dec`d. 1st part. William ARMSTRONG, Thomas ARMSTRONG & John CLOSE Esq. Other devisees named in said will of 2nd part & Thomas BROWNE of Wentworth Place, City of Dublin Esq. Of 3rd part ... in consideration of £500 assigned to Thomas BROWNE lands in Derryhaw [Derryhaw, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh], Balteagh [Balteagh, Parish Seagoe, Barony Oneilland East], Kilelea otherwise Killola [Killylea, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh], Nault otherwise Naull [Naul, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh], Crerum [Crearum, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh] otherwise Fellows Hall, Derrynelea ... 3148 A3R 25P in Foaghy [??], Co. Armagh ... term 21 years.

 

769

202

521537

JACKSON, Warren H.R.

 

1822-1824

--- release

360

770

170

522105

JACKSON, William

James

Jane

Dublin

1822 Feb 11

CARPENTER 1822-1824

Image 422

BTW James JACKSON & William JACKSON both of Grafton St., City of Dublin China & Delph Ware Merchants which said James JACKSON is son and heir at law of James JACKSON late of Essex Street, City of Dublin deceased. Jane JACKSON of City of Dublin, spinster and Christian Frederick CLARKE and Elinor CLARKE wife of said Christian Frederick CLARKE of Fetter Lane City of London. Which said Elinor CLARKE is one of the daughters of said James JACKSON deceased … lands of Kiltetown, Co. Dublin then in possession of James JACKSON Reciting deed 6 July 1813 … except what is excepted… for natural life of James JACKSON then aged 22 years or thereabouts, William JACKSON then aged 18 years or thereabouts and Jane JACKSON then aged 26 years or thereabouts. Sons and daughter of said James JACKSONJames JACKSON in last will, wife Gainer JACKSON & Joseph DICKSON appointed executors…

360

770

181

522117

JACKSON, John & Jane & James & William

Dublin

1822 Jan 22

JACKSON-JACKSON

Between John JACKSON of Grafton St., Dublin, China Merchant of 1st part & William JACKSON & Jane JACKSON of Grafton St. Brother and sister of James JACKSON of other part ... reciting deed of 15 Mar 1817 re: tenement on Grafton St. With ware room, offices & yard ... description...

360

770

194

521529

 

Armagh

1821-1825

CARROGHER-CARROGHER Need to check. Kilteban [Kiltybane, Parish of Newtownhamilton, in the Barony of Fews Upper]

Image 436

NOTE: This concerned Kilwater not Kilteban, Co. Antrim. Likely my error.

 

771

60

522595

JACKSON, Alexander

Elizabeth

Down

1822 May 9

DARLEY Gr W 1822-1824

Image 35

BTW Alexander JACKSON of Gardiners Place City of Dublin Esq. Doctor of Medicine & Elizabeth JACKSON otherwise LAW his wife of the one part; George DARLEY of Mount Pleasant Co. Down, Linen Merchant of the other pt. Reciting lease 27 March 1809 btw Alexander JACKSON & Elizabeth JACKSON and Sarah LAW then of Eccles St. spinster,  since deceased of 1 pt. and said George DARLEY … Reciting that Sarah LAW one of the lessors was now dead and her interest was then vested in Alexander JACKSON and that Hugh LAW one of the lives was deceased …. JACKSONs demised to George DARLEY 11a 3r 14 p in townland of Tullylish, Co. Down part of estate of John MAGILL late of Tullycarne Co. Down Esq. deceased and part of townlands of Dromarrin 4a 2r 11p for natural lives of John LAW and Samuel LAW being the two surviving lives named in original lease of 27 March 1809 and for life of Honorable Arthur Earl of Hillsborough then aged about 10 years …

NOTE: Dr. Gordon JACKSON also lived at Gardiners Place. He and Alexander JACKSON were brothers .SEE: Lisnaboe JACKSONs.

360

771

109

522644

JACKSON, Anne

Antrim

1822 Apr 23

BLACKLEY Gr otherwise KENNEDY & husband 1822-1824

Image 58

Mtg btw Edmund Alexander KENNEDY of Cushendall [Cushendall, Parish Layd, Barony Glenarm Lower] Co. Antrim Gent & Anne KENNEDY otherwise JACKSON his wife of 1 pt. Anne BLACKLEY of Belfast, Co. Antrim widow of the other pt. Reciting that Edmund Alexander KENNEDY and Anne his wife demised to Anne BLACKLEY 13rd pt of ½ of lands of Killyglen orse Killyglynn otherwise Blairmount [aka Killyglen, Parish Grange of Killyglen, Barony Glenarm Upper] 15a 1r 4p Irish Plantation and the Mountain containing 21a and 1/3rd of ½ of Knockknown owise Drains [probably Drains Bog, Parish Carncastle, Barony Glenarm Upper] and 1/3 of ½ of quarterland of Drumaine [possibly Drumnagreagh, Parish Carncastle, Barony Glenarm Upper], and 1/3rd of ½ of Loughduff [Loughduff, Parish Carncastle, Barony Glenarm Upper], all being in Parish of Carne Castle Barony Glenarm, Co. Antrim 

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

360

771

415

522950

JACKSON, Edwd

Tipperary

1822-1824

BRERETON

Image 211

BTW Edward JACKSON of Co. Tipperary Shopkeeper of 1st pt; James BENNETT of Camblin Co. Tipperary of 2nd pt; George BRERETON of Kilballyskea [Kilballyskea , Parish Shinrone, Barony Clonlisk] ,Kings Co, of 3rd pt. Edward JACKSON & James BENNETT being indebted to George BRERETON £262 payable out of lands of Gurtmullin Co. Tipperary then in tenancy of James BENNETT … WITNESS: Patrick EGAR & James BENNETT both of Roscrea Co. Tipperary.

360

772

188

523323

JACKSON, James

Kings

1820 Apr 22

Image 403

Marriage settlement Arthur ROBINSON of Parsonstown in Kings Co. Esq and Arthur ROBINSON the younger Esq son of the said Arthur ROBINSON of 1st pt James MATHEWS of Clomore Co. Westmeath Esq.& Edwin Thomas Mathews of Clonmore Esq, and Margaret MATHEWs spinster of 2nd pt. Robert MATHEWS of Killure Co. Westmeath Esq & John ROBINSON of Parsonstown Esq of 3rd pt… reciting lease 20 Dec 1769 James JACKSON of Parsonstown deceased demised to Bartholomew Boyd ELLIOT part of lands of Sovelane known as the Bleach Yard containing 2a 1r 24p  and also Middle Meadows at Lovelane containing 12a 6p to Bartholomew Boyd ELLIOTT for lives of Bartholomew Boyd ELLIOTT George CLARKE and Bartholomew Boyd WARBURTON … and reciting lease 14 May 1787 Sir William PARSONS Bart since deceased for plot of land on the Green of Parsonstown  … for lives of Bartholomew Boyd ELLIOTT George CLARKE and Thomas CLARKE … [more details] … plot of ground on Green of Parsonstown in Cumberland Street … for lives of John DROUGHT, George DROUGHT & Francis DROUGHT lives in 1808 lease …

NOTE: Parsonstown aka Birr now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Barony Ballybritt, Kings Co.

 

772

245

523380

JACKSON, Richard

Armagh

1822 May 30

Bishop of Down The Trustees of his charitable donations and others .TI  Vol 78 (1816-1818)

JACKSON & ors – Nathaniel ALEXANDER Bishop of  Down & Connor

Turstees of the Charitable Trust of Richard JACKSON of Forkhill [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper] …. Susannah BARTON of City of Dublin widow. The only sister and heir at law of Richard JACKSON… Lieut. George JACKSON of Jackson Hall Londonderry and of Beech Hill Surrey was still involved. [two pages of details]

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

360

772

305

523440

BROWNE, Rev William

Tyrone

1818 Mar 12

McCREALLY – BROWN

Image 475

Description of Moy property leased by Rev William BROWNE (in his actual possession) from Nicholas McCREALLY Linen Draper and Jams McCREALLY both of Drumcart, Parish of Clonfeacle, Co Tyrone.

Dwelling House, Back house, Back yard, Garden and Premises previously in possession of James or Joseph McCREALLY on north side of road or street leading to Dungannon joined on the west by the Meeting House Tenement

William BROWN [SEAL]

 NOTE: Rev. William BROWNE was the father of Rev. Daniel Gunn BROWNE.

16e

772

530

523465

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1822 Jun 1

Image 489

BTW Anna Maria Nichola WARBURTON of Marborough St City of Dublin widow and executrix of William WARBURTON late of Marlborough St City of Dublin Esq deceased of 1st pt. Henry Vincent JACKSON of Mecklinburgh Street City of Dublin Esq. of 2nd pt. Henry CARTER heretofore of Humberton Lodge Co. Leicester but now of Clifton Co. Gloucester Esq of 3rd pt. & John HAMILTON junr of Merrion Sq City of Dublin Esq of 4th pt. … Henry CARTER granted to Henry Vincent JACKSON annuity of £120 by deed executed by Henry HAMILTON to Henry CARTER issuing out of townland of Blackhall 252a 2r & town and lands of Lenaghstown 88a 2r in Barony Ratoath, Co. Meath to hold to Henry Vincent JACKSON for life of Henry CARTER … William WARBURTON had died but appointed Anna Maria Nichola WARBURTON his executrix

NOTE: There are several JACKSON-WARBURTON marriages. Henry Vincent JACKSON married Sarah WARBURTON (1767-1851) in 1792. SEE: Peter JACKSON & Joanna He made his start as a hacklemaker in Dublin, and then blacksmith. Their descendants were at Fairy Hill Bray, Co. Wicklow, and also in Tipperary & Dublin.

360

772

558

523693

JACKSON, Lucas

Dublin

Wicklow

1822 Jun 14

Wenmoth 1822-1824

NOTE: Not Bk 779

Image 607

… Lucas Hunt JACKSON of Mount Lucas, Co. Wicklow, Esq. of 4th pt.

360

???

772

575

523710

JACKSON, John

Longford

1822 Jun 4

JACKSON & PARKS--- Marriage Arts1822-1824

NOTE: Not Bk 779

Image 617

Joseph PARKE of Ballinascaw Co. Longford Gent & Esther PARKE spinster daughter said Joseph PARKE of 1st pt; James KELLY of Killcourcey Co. Longford Gent & Joseph PARKE of 2nd pt; John JACKSON of Loughill Co. Longford Gent of 3rd pt. Marriage to be btw John JACKSON & Esther PARKE … lands of Caulogue otherwise the Moor containing 46a in parish Edgeworthstown, Barony Ardagh Co. Longford … John JACKSON [SEAL] WITNESS: John ALLEN of Breaghy; Mathew PARKE of Ballinascaw

NOTE: Esther aka Hester. SEE: Descendants of Richard JACKSON of Tinenare. SEE ALSO: JACKSONs of Co. Longford Memorials of Deeds and blog post: Jacksons of Co. Longford, Dublin & Kings Co.

360

???

772

585

523720

 

Monaghan

1821-1825

ARMSTRONG-GRAHAM Marriage Articles Book 48 (1821-1825) Lanacran

 

 

773

28

523763

DAWSON

 

1822-1824

DAWSON, Charles – Marriage Articles

 

773

230

523965

REID

Armagh

1821-1825

REID-MacCARTNEY Ballyrea [Ballyrea, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh],

 

773

267

524002

 

Monaghan

Dublin

England

1822 Jun 5

WESTENRA-SCOTT Marriage Articles Book 48 (1821-1825)

Marriage Settlement between Hon Richard WESTENRA of City of Dublin Esq. Of 1st part & Henrietta SCOTT of Clonemullery, Co. Monaghan but now residing at Southampton, England, spinster of 2nd part ...

 

773

447

524182

JACKSON

Dublin

1822 Jul 17

COUGHLIN-JACKSON 1822-1824

Image 271

BTW John COUGHLAN of Chapelizod Co. Dublin Farmer sole devisee and executor of the last will of Catherine FITZSIMMONS late of Barrack St. City of Dublin widow deceased of the 1 pt; Richard JACKSON of Barack Street aforesaid Tallow Chandler of the other pt. Reciting  lease 2 Oct 1776 btw Christopher KELLETT of Clonmel Co. Tipperary Esq. of 1 pt & Mary GRANT of City of Dublin widow of the other pt … John COUGHLAN was the brother of Catherine FITZSIMMONS & Richard JACKSON had purchased his interest …

q

774

29

524364

 

Waterford

Tipperary

1821 Dec 2

ELLIOT, Rebecca -Marriage Articles 1822-1824

Image 20

Rebecca ELLIOT only daughter of late James ELLIOT of South Lodge, Co. Tipperary Esq. deceased by Rebecca ELLIOT otherwise SHAW his wife of 2nd pt … marriage with George GREENE

 

774

313

524648

JACKSON, Samuel

London

1822 Jul 16

RUNDELL 1822-1824

John CLARKSON late of New Broad St but now of Copthall Chambers City of London Merchant, John CAPEL of Corn Hill London Stockbroker, & Samuel JACKSON of the Stock Exchange London Broker of 1st pt [many names including O’NEILs of Shanes Castle] … Thomas NISBETT a  bankrupt… NOTE JACKSON was one of the trustees….

360

774

542

524877

DONALDSON

Armagh

1821 Jun 23

Image 295

BTW James DONALDSON of Rich Hill hill [aka Richhill Rich Hill or Legacorry, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland WestCo. Armagh farmer of the one and Charles HARDY grocer of the other part. In consideration of the sum of £60 transferred to Charles HARDY his heirs and assigns tenement and premises on the south side of the street of Richhill leading to Armagh containing in front 68’ in the rere 84’ and in depth 488 bounded on the east and west by Robert GORDON's tenement on the South by the lands of Abraham WALKER and on the north by the street of Richhill excepting one front dwelling house now erected and a tenement one bay of a Back house and 19’ of a yard in rear of said front house and the garden normally held with said front house with the appurtenances and

a sufficient passage to the said back house and garden for which the said James DONALDSON, his heirs and assigns are to pay to the said Charles HARDY his heirs and assigns the yearly rent of 10 shillings sterling for lives of {names of royalty] by virtue of a covenant for renewal, forever contained in the original lease of the premises granted by William RICHARDSON of Rich Hill, Esquire, to the late William DONALDSON of Rich Hill, deceased shall from time to time and successfully forever be added to said original demise subject to the payment of the whole rent and fees of £5.7.2. … WITNESS. Walls COOK of Rich Hill. County Armagh Carpenter. And Robert GORDON of said place Tanner and Morrison SLOAN of Rich Hill. Innkeeper. Charles HARDY [SEAL]

 

775

172

525107

JACKSON, Thos

Dublin

1822 Jul 3

HUDSON Ge W 1822-1824

Image 112

… on west side of Mabbott St in Lordship of St. Mary’s Abbey City of Dublin on which land Arthur McKENNA built 4 substantial Dwelling Houses occupied and tenanted by James HENDRICK, Thomas JACKSON, Thomas JAMESON & William HAYES …

360

775

234

525169

JACKSON, Jane

Cork

1822 Sep 24

WHITE 1822-1824

Image 143

BTW Richard ASHE of Ardimanning City of Cork of 1st pt; Jane JACKSON late of Kinsale Co. Cork but now of City of Cork widow of 2nd pt. & William Preston WHITE of City of Cork Merchant of 3rd pt… Jane JACKSON demised tenements of West Dromony Inchirickane Carrigafook and Cooldorrihy all in Co. Cork

360

775

407

525342

JACKSON, Jacob W

Dublin

Kildare

1822 Oct 21

WELCH 1822-1824

Image 244

BTW Jacob William JACKSON Attorney Esq. of 1st pt Robert Hayes WELCH of Lower Gardiner St City of Dublin Esq. of other pt…. JACKSON demised lands of Mulgrith [aka Mulgeeth,, Parish of Dunfierth] Barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare , together with the dwelling house and all other buildings and improvements are erected on the said premises together also with all bogs Loughs water and water courses Heaths Furze Commons Commons pasture orchards Gardens Meadows feedings rights, members of dad ages emoluments appendices whatsoever to all and singular hereby granted and assigned lands and premises and also the two small crofts or gardens being part of the townland of Muckland [aka Mucklon ] lying on the right-hand side of the old road leading from the iron gate of the house built by the said Jacob William JACKSON to the interior of said lands the one croft containing  1r 33p and now formally numbered 32 on the general map of the estate of Frederick Hamilton therein named and the other croft containing 1r 31p and then formerly number 33 on said map said past mentioned lands making in the hall thre3r 32p  … To hold for lives [names, not mentioned] WITNESS: George CONNOR and Richard HEATHERINTON of City of Dublin

NOTE: This land is bordered by other lands held by JACKSONs in this time frame and before: Drehid to the west, and Timahoe East to the south and Kilmurry to the west. SEE: A Second line of Quaker JACKSONs in Kings Co. I suspect he will turn out to be connected. The wife of Jacob William JACKSON was Ann HAMILTON and his sisters were Amelia, Mary & Luisa.

360

776

45

525580

JACKSON, Geo

Tipperary

1822

May 27

JACKSON 1822-1824

Image 27

George JACKSON the elder of Mount Pleasant Co. Tipperary Esq.  of 1 pt & George JACKSON the younger of Hermitage Co. Tipperary Esq. nephew of the said George JACKSON of the other part. After reciting natural love and affection to his nephew … lands of Rahinane in the occupation of the said George JACKSON containing 106a 6p in Barony of Lower Ormond Co. Tipperary and also all that part of Killowney called Mount Pleasant together with the house and Mill Farm called Mount Venus now called Hermitage containing 211a in Barony of Lower Ormond Co. Tipperary and also part of town and lands of Middlewalk being part of Glenahilty containing 235a 1r 3p in parish of Ballygibbon Barony Upper Ormond also part of lands called the Chapel division of Barna otherwise called Barnaclycosney [probably Barnan  - less likely Barnagrotty]  containing 80a also lands of Emmell [Emmel] in the possession of Thomas STONEY containing 72 a in Barony Clonlist, Kings Co. (aka Offally) and also lands of Knockinglass 43a 16p in Barony Upper Ormond Co. Tipperary ….

SEE: JACKSONs of Kilkenny.

360

776

445

525980

JACKSON, Sarah

John

Dublin

1822 Nov 18

BAKER Gr otherwise SAUNDERS & husband 1822-1824

Image 246

Btw John JACKSON of South Frederick St City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt & Sarah JACKSON otherwise SAUNDERS his wife of 2nd pt. & John BAKER of Parliament St City of Dublin Esq of 3rd pt. Whereby John JACKSON and Sarah his wife granted in mortgage dwelling house on east side of Frederick St City of Dublin then in possession of Jane MITCHELL together with small yard behind the same & also waste field on south side of Lazers Hill City of Dublin …

NOTE: John JACKSON & Sarah SAUNDERS married 1810. SEE: Jackson Marriages in Dublin records.

360

777

211

526346

 

 Monaghan

1822-1824

ELLIOT, Alexander & James & John -Marriage Articles

ELLIOT-GRAY Marriage Article Book 48 (1821-1825)

 

777

316

526451

JACKSON, Elizth

Fermanagh

Monaghan

1822 Nov 28

--- Marriage Arts 1822-1824

Image 195 A Memorial of an indented deed of marriage settlement between Perry HALL of the town and County of Monaghan Esquire of the first part. Elizabeth JACKSON, second daughter of John JACKSON of Lissmacsheela [Lismacsheela, Parish Clones (Clankelly portion), in the County of Fermanagh, Esquire of the second part. The said John JACKSON and Joseph HALL of the town and County of Monaghan Esquire of the third part. Reciting that a marriage was intended to be had and solemnised between the said Perry HALL and the said Elizabeth JACKSON and that the said Perry HALL, then stood seized possessed of and entitled unto all that the lands and premises of Skeyhull otherwise called the Brook and lands and premises of Ballnacauly for ever situate lying and being in the County of Monaghan and reciting the said John JACKSON being minded to provide and settle his daughter the said Elizabeth JACKSON in the World, and further reciting that the said Perry HALL in consideration of said intended marriage and of the sum of £500 the marriage portion of the said Elizabeth JACKSON to him paid by the said John JACKSON the receipt thereof the said Perry HALL did thereby acknowledged did grant bargain sell release and confirm unto the said John JACKSON and Joseph HALL (in their actual possession by virtue of a bargain and sale to them thereof made by the said Perry HALL by indenture bearing date the day next before the day of the date there of, in consideration of five shillings sterling and by force of the statute for transferring uses into possession) , and to their heirs all that the said lands and premises of Skeyhull otherwise called the Brook, and the lands and premises of Bellnacauly therein mentioned and all the estate right title interest use possession properly benefit …WITNESSED: William LECKEY of the town and County of Monaghan, merchant, and Richard JACKSON of Liskeabrick [Liskeabrick, Parish Clones, Barony of Monaghan] in the County of Monaghan farmer and this Memorial is also witnessed by the said William LECKEY and James ARMSTRONG of Corranery in the County of Cavan farmer.

360

777

451

526586

LATOUCHE

 

1822-1824

LATOUCHE, David-Deed

 

777

482

526617

JACKSON, [?]

Dublin

Clare

1822 Dec 2

--- Declaration of trust 1822-1824

Image 278

Frederick Adolphus JACKSON of the 6th pt. Whereby Townsend HALL & Joseph MINCHIN … lands of Magillstown, Loughmartin, Ellistown and Brownstown in  Co. Dublin … Frederick Adolphus JACKSON thereby testified in declared that the said to several sums of £1200 paid by the said John Chambers as and for the purchase of said several annuities and the securities collateral, there with word the proper monies of Peter JACKSON of middle Gardner Street in the city of Dublin Esquire and the assignment of said to several annuities in the securities collateral, there with and also to several and respective terms of one hundred years. And one hundred years were excepted and taken by them the said John CHAMBERS and Frederick Adolphus JACKSON in trust to and for the late use Advantage benefit and behalf of the said Peter JACKSON his heirs executors administrators and assigns and for no otherwise intent trust or purpose whatsoever which said deed and this Memorial WITNESS: William [?] BALL of Erina Co. Clare Esq. & Thady EGAN of City of Limerick writing Clerk

SEE: Peter JACKSON & Joanna

365

777

484

526620

MOURITZ

Louth

1822 Oct 6

MOURITZ- BAILIE

Image 280

A Memorial of an indented deed of mortgage between Elizabeth MOURITZ widow [of Joseph MOURITZ] and Robert MOURITZ gent son of the said Elizabeth MOURITZ both of Dundalk in the County of Lowth legatees named in the last will and Testament of Simon BAILIE late of Mount Bailie in said County of Lowth deceased of the one part and Elizabeth GILLICHAN of Dundalk aforesaid, widow of the other part. Whereby after reciting as there in is recited the said Elizabeth MOURITZ and Robert MOURITZ for and in consideration of £300 to them. Let any doubts by the said Elizabeth GILLICHAN the receipt whereof is thereby acknowledged they the said Elizabeth MOURITZ and Robert MOURITZ granted bargained sold any needed assigned transferred and made over unto the said Elizabeth GILLICHAN her executors administrators and assigns all that and those the house and 20 acres of land next adjoining thereto together with the stables barns yards and gardens with the appurtenances now known by the names of Mount Bailie being part of the lands and premises by therein recited lease demise to the said Simon BAILIE situate lying and being in the parish of Dundalk and Faughart and County of Lowth aforesaid. ….  For the residue of 999 years subject to redemption …. WITNESSED: Elizabeth MOURITZ of Dundalk aforesaid spinster and James EGAN of the city of Dublin gent and this Memorial is witnessed by the said James EGAN and Henry EGAN of said city of Dublin gent. Robert MOURITZ. Seal.

NOTE: There is a MOURITZ-COULTER connection.

 

777

517

526653

JACKSON, Jas

Dublin

Meath

1823 Jan 24

Image 301 1822-1824

BTW William CRAMER City of Dublin Merchant of 1st pt; James CHAMBERS of City of Dublin, Merchant trading under firm of Chambers Hodd of 2nd pt & James JACKSON and John MATHEWS both of City of Dublin merchants of 3rd pt. reciting that Peppard WARREN was entitled to one undivided 7th pt … of Maurice Peppard WARREN deceased… debt owed to JACKSON of 339.8.5 … [complex set of interconnected mortgages etc]  houses on north side of St. James St. without the Gate City of Dublin containing in front to Street 87’ and in depth from front to rere 200’ and lands of Balymacad otherwise Ballymacada Tubbrid otherwise Tubbutt Rasseilla otherwise Rassallagh and part of Rathmay otherwise Rathmea and part of town and lands of Trunkstown[?] otherwise Trinkstown all in Co. Meath … [more land in Dublin]

365

777

578

526713

BRADFORD

Louth

Armagh

1822 Dec 31

BRADFORD & ors to KELLY Anneglog 1821-1825

(TI Bk 74)

Image 338

Benjamin BRADFORD of Markethill [in the townlands of Coolmillish, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower and Edenykennedy, Parish Kilclooney (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower], Co. Armagh the heir at law of Rev. Alexander BRADFORD of 1st pt. Richard Benson WARREN & Joseph Devonshire JACKSON Esq both of City of Dublin executors of will of Rev. Alexander BRADFORD late of Collon, Co. Louth deceased … townlands of Blakestown and townlands in Barony Atherdee, Co. Louth

x

778

83

526818

JACKSON, John

Monaghan

Fermanagh

1822 Jan 1

--- 1822-1824

Image 61

BTW Joseph WHITTSITT of Saloo Co. Monaghan Esq. of the 1 pt; John JACKSON of Lismacshillagh Co. Fermanagh Esq of the other. Reciting that said John JACKSON in order to perfect a division of lands of Kilcreen sold to WHITTSITT 47a1r 10p of Kilcreen with 1/3 of the bog of Shanro all in Co. Monaghan …

365

776

196

526931

 

Armagh

1822 Dec 19

EVANS-KELLY

Image 121

BTW Edward EVANS of Dungannon in Co. Tyrone, Esquire of the one part and. Tenant Colonel Dawson KELLY of Armagh of other part.  Whereby 31st. January 1778 William RICHARDSON in consideration of the sum of £2,000 granted to Sir John SMITH Burgess the name and addition of John SMITH of the City of London Esq. (in his actual possession as therein mentioned) and to his heirs and assigns. …. Including townlands Annaboe [Annaboe, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West],  Annaree [Annareagh, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West], Ballyleny [Ballyleny, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West,], Richhill [Rich Hill or Legacorry, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West], Ballylughan [probably Ballyloughan, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West], Mullalelish [Mullalelish, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West], Drumard [either Drumard (Jones) or Drumard (Primate) Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] and Ballyfadmore [?] all in Co. Armagh … WITNESS: Thomas Kelly EVANS Esq & Alexander John DOBBIN. Edward EVANS [SEAL]

 

778

275

527010

DAWSON

Tipperary

1822 Jun 1

DAWSON, Anne otherwise HUTCHINSON-LEIGH 1822-1824

Image 167

William HUTCHINSON of Timony Park Co. Tipperary Esq. and Anne HUTCHINSON otherwise DAWSON his wife …

 

778

329

527065

JACKSON, Thos

Limerick

Dublin

1823 Jan 15

HAY 1822-1824 Error Not p 550

Image 198

Thomas JACKSON of Fanningstown Co. Limerick Esq of 1 pt. ‘ ....Lot #20 in possession of Reps of late Henry OTTIWELL on west side of Lower or New Sackville St City of Dublin  [description] … together with the New buildings lately erected on 3 lots of ground intended for a Hotel and to be known by the new Post Office Buildings Hotel … bounded on north by Princess St. …

365

778

362

531897

JACKSON, John

 

1822-1824

PARK

Error The last memorial in Book 778 in the digital version is #527335 Page 362 has Mem#527097. No matches. It was ROD: 786-362-531897

365

???

778

480

527215

DAWSON

Monaghan

 

DAWSON, Elizabeth Marriage Articles 1822-1824

Image 285

Marriage between Patrick PUNDEN & Elizabeth DAWSON daughter of Rosanna DAWSON who had lands in Co. Monaghan

 

779

25

52758?

JACKSON, John

 

1822-1824

WALL

Error I looked through all the memorials #52758? And nothing fit.

365

???

779

177

527512

JACKSON, Thomas & Helena

Dublin

Limerick

1822-1824

BINDEN

Image 107

Thomas JACKSON of Fanningstown Co. Limerick Esq & Helena JACKSON otherwise HALL his wife of the 6th pt …

SEE: JACKSONs of Duddington

365

779

250

527583

JOHNSTON

Dublin

Louth

1822 Aug 3

Image 156

BTW James JOHNSTON of Dominick St City of Dublin Esq of 1 pt; … Graham JOHNSTON of Dundalk Co. Louth Esq of 4th pt

NOTE: Probably James JOHNSTON brother of Graham JOHNSTON (1786-1873) of Roden Place, Dundalk

 

779

250

527585

JOHNSTON

Dublin

Louth

1822 Aug 3

Image 159

Hugh BRISCOE of Dominick St City of London & Graham JOHNSTON of Dundalk Co. Louth Esq of other pt…. Henry SINGLETON will …

NOTE: I suspect this is Graham JOHNSTON (1786-1873) of Roden Place, Dundalk

 

779

322

527657

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1816 Oct 3

McCULLOGH-McCULLOGH 1821-1825 Shaneerakenmore

 Deed of conveyance btw John McCULLAGH senior then late of Clady but then of Kearny Hill [aka Kearney Hill in Cavanacaw, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh]in Co Armagh Gent of the 1 pt & John McCULLAGH junior eldest son of said John McCULLAGH sr. of the other part. Reciting that Samuel CAMPBELL of that part of Newry which is situate in Co Armagh, merchant and Thomas GRAHAM of Gortgranagh Co Monaghan Gent and David BELL of that part of Newry which is situate in Co Down Esq by indenture under their respective hands and seals bearing date  Oct 10  1787 in consid of £1,400 sterling granted to Samuel McCULLAGH his heirs and assigns all that land in the townland of Shanecrackenmore [Shanecrackan More, Parish Mullaghbrack (ONeilland West portion), Barony Orior Lower] formerly in the possession of John LAWSON and then in occupation of  Samuel FERGUSSON John McALEXANDER and Andrew McCLAGHLEY together  with the townland of Derryhora [probably Dinnahorra, Parish Mullaghbrack (ONeilland West portion), Barony Orior Lower] reputed to be three quarters thereof all lands in  manor of Teemore [SEE: Teemore, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower], Co. Armagh. Also reciting that the sum of seven hundred pounds being one half of the sum of one thousand four hundred pounds was the proper money of said John McCULLAGH senior who was naturally concerned with said Samuel McCULLAGH in the purchase of said premises and that upon a division of said premises and lands in Shanecrackenmore became the property of the said John  McCULLAGH senior and that said Samuel McCULLAGH by indented deed bearing date Oct 15  1787 conveyed said lands of Shanecrackenmore unto John McCULLAGH sr. and by said deed of which this is a memorial the said John McCULLAGH sr conveyed his interest in Shanecrackenmore unto his eldest son John McCULLAGH jr. for 3 lives [all royalty]

15

779

459

597774

JACKSON, Charlotte

Wicklow

1823 Mar 17

MURRAY 1822-1824

Image 265

BTW Charlotte JACKSON of Delgany, Co. Wicklow widow & Executrix of Thomas JACKSON deceased of 1 pt Lawrence MURRY of same place of other part… 15 a of land in Delganny. WITNESS: Alexander JACKSON of Delganny, Co. Wicklow Carpenter & Robert MILLS NOTE: Parish Delgany, Barony Rathdown,

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

365

779

462

527797

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1723 Mar 1

McCULLOGH-WRIGHT 1821-1825 Shaneerakenmore

 [See #527657 above for history] Shanecrackenmore [Shanecrackan More, Parish Mullaghbrack (ONeilland West portion),  demised by John McCULLAGH of Kearney Hill [aka Kearney Hill in Cavanacaw, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Co. Armagh, Gent to Moses WRIGHT of Donaghhaddie, Co. Down Gent of the other pt

SEE: 779-322-527657 for more detail.

15

779

503

527378

BARTLEY

 

1822-1824

John BARTLEY to KENNEDY

 

780

1

527936

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1820 Mar 4

McCULLAGH-LEEBODY 1821-1825

Image 6

BTW Robert McCULLAGH of Killeen [possibly Killeen, Parish of Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower], farmer, James CORRY of Killeen, farmer, Elizabeth McCULLAGH otherwise CORRY his wife which said Robert and Elizabeth are children of John McCULLAGH deceased and the grandchildren of and two of the devisees named  in the will of Elizabeth McCULLAGH deceased therein named John SIMPSON and Elizabeth McCULLAGH otherwise SIMPSON his wife.. John MARSHALL and Sarah McCULLAGH orse MARSHALL his wife and also the grandchildren and two of the devisees named in the will of said Elizabeth McCULLAGH deceased and Margaret McCULLAGH the widow of said John McCULLAGH deceased. … Elizabeth McCULLAGH had 16 acres 2 rood in Killeen, Parish & Co. Armagh. Held by lease from Arthur GRAHAM late of Hockley Co. Armagh deceased…. Under will of Elizabeth McCULLAGH then vested in Robert McCULLAGH James CORRY in right of his wife Elizabeth John SIMPSON in right of his wife Elizabeth John MARSHALL in right of Sarah his wife, and Margaret McCULLAGH widow in consideration of £577.10. paid by Anne LEEBODY for 16a 2r 20p of lands of Killeen including house buildings yards gardens orchards meadows pastures feedings ways waters watercourses privileged emoluments and appurtenances  … WITNESS: Robert McCULLAGH [SEAL] James CORRY [SEAL} Elizabeth CORRY [SEAL} Margaret McCULLAGH [SEAL] Anne LEEBODY [SEAL]

1

780

31

527966

STITT

Armagh

1823 Apr 21

STITT-STITT Keadybeg, 

John STITT of Keadybeg,[Keady Beg, Parish Loughgilly (Lower Orior portion), Barony Orior Lower,] Co. Armagh  of 1st pt & Nathaniel STITT, son of John STITT reciting June 6 1786 lands of Keadybeg demised to John STITT

1

780

78

528013

DONALDSON

Armagh

1823 Apr 5

Louisa Jane KELLY – her will  1821-1825

5 April 1823 Freeduff [Freeduff, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper]

Will of Louisa Jane KELLY

Spinster daughter of Rev Daniel KELLY late of Killeshall Co Tyrone & Sarah KELLY otherwise DONALDSON his wife also deceased.  She leaves a sum of £1000 “to be charged and chargeable on all my estates in the counties of Armagh and Antrim which belonged to my late grandfather James DONALDSON and to be raised and payable on the day of the death of my Aunt Mrs. Anne CLEWLEW and no sooner to bear interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the death of said Anne CLEWLEW untill paid in trust to pay the interest  of the said sum of £1000 to my aunt Sarah Maria EVANS [a range of bequests follow to EVANS descendants with mention of extensive lands including Ringfad and Freeduff [Freeduff, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper].]

... to pay unto my uncle James Randall DONALDSON ... annuity or yearly sum of £100/ year.

.. Aunt Mrs Anne CLEWLEW the widow of Rev James Clewlew [NOTE: Anne DONALDSON (?-aft 1845) was the daughter of Capt. James DONALDSON & Hester ECHLIN.]

.... cousins John Echlin MATTHEWS and James Clewlew MATTHEWS, George MATTHEWS, cousin Thomas KELLY Evans, uncle Arthur Irwin KELLY, cousin Alexander Daniel KELLY, , uncle Col Samuel KELLY, uncle Col Dawson KELLY,

o

780

143

528078

 

Tyrone

Bk 48

HYNES – REED

 

780

217

528152

 

Monaghan

1821-1825

BUNBURY-BRYAN Book 48 (1821-1825)

 

780

220

528155

LATOUCHE

 

1822-1824

LATOUCHE, Peter-BIRCH

 

780

266

528202

BARTLEY

Tyrone

1823 Apr 12

BARTLEY-REED Bk 48

Btw John BARTLEY of Moy, Co. Tyrone farmer of one pt & James REED of Blackwaterstown, Co. Armagh, Merchant of other pt. for 300 pounds demised lands of Cranlon in Co. of Tyrone

1

780

304

528239

JACKSON, William

Kings

1818 Jan 13

Image 157

BTW Joseph HANKS of Buckingham St. Co. Dublin Esq. of 1st pt & Jeremiah HANKS of same place Esq son of 2nd pt. Hannah & Jane HANKS daughters of Joseph HANKS of 3rd pt. Reciting articles 31 May 1791 on the Intermarriage of Joseph HANKS with Elizabeth BOARDMAN, Jeremiah HANKS the Father of said Joseph HANKS [NOTE: I presume this is in reference to one generation earlier or is a clerical error] and of the sum of £1,000 the marriage portion of said Elizabeth BOARDMAN had agreed to release unto William JACKSON and Joseph BOARDMAN the dwelling House and Offices backside Yard and Garden set by Rev Abraham DAVIS to Edward DALTON then in occupation of Jeremiah HANKS and also plot of land known as Thomas BUTLER’s and Edward MOLLOY’s plot containing front 270’ bounded on north by plot formerly in possession of Jeremiah HANKS the father of the said Jeremiah on the East with the road leading from Parsonstown [now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt] to Laffin and on the South with the quick set facing the avenue of Moor Park and on the west with a plot formerly owned by Thomas WHALEY and also a piece of land 5a bounded on North by a ditch leading from the road to a Garden of Bartholomew [MEAGHERY?] and on the east with the road leading from Parsonstown to Laffan and on the South with a quick set leading from the Old Stile of Drumbane and on the West with a plot of John [HEENAN?] lining in Barony of Ballybritt, Parish of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], Kings Co. as demised by Lawrence PARSONS to Jeremiah HANKS the Grandfather of said Joseph HANKS and also a Garden known as Charles KELLY’s Garden in Parsonstown and part of lands of Ballindara [aka Ballindarra and/or Ballindarra, Parish Birr, Barony Ballybritt] in Barony of Ballybritt Kings Co. bounded on the west by road leading to Bogan on the North by the River Whiteford on the North East by holdings formerly George BUCHANAN and James TAYLOR’s and on the South West by a plot formerly Robert EVANS containing 10a in Barony Ballybritt, Kings Co as demised by Sir Lawrence PARSONS to Nathanial PINDER and also 3 houses and plot backwards of said houses on Mountsallin [?] Kings Co. formerly bounded with Luke USHER’s ground Morres DENNESS plot John SHANKEY’s plot and the River as demised to said Jeremiah HANKS by Robert and Nathaniel [MINIERS?] as then held by Rhodolphus BUCHANAN of Riverstown Distiller to hold unto said William JACKSON and Joseph BOARDMAN to the use of Joseph HANKS for life remainder to the issue of the intended marriage and reciting that said marriage took effect and there was issue one son and two daughters to wit the said Jeremiah, Hannah and Jane and reciting that said Joseph intended shortly to leave the Kingdom and reside in North America and intended to provide for Jeremiah, Hannah & Jane and reciting that a marriage was shortly intended to be had btw Jeremiah HANKS son of said Joseph and Mary Ann PURCELL of Flander St Co. Dublin spinster with whom said Jeremiah was to receive £1,100, 5% Gov Debentures … if Hannah or Jane should marry during the absence of Joseph HANKS from this kingdom with the consent of Jeremiah [HANKS] jr Jeremiah HANKS his Uncle and Hubert KELLY M.D. or any two of them then in trust to assign 1/3rd of said lands for the use of the daughter and her issue …

NOTE: [Parsonstown aka Birr now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],

 

780

386

528322

OLIVER, James

Tyrone

1823 Apr 22

OLIVER-OLIVER

1822-24 Names Index

Deed of Rent charge dated Nov 7, 1822 btw James OLIVER of Killenaul, Co. Tyrone & Anne OLIVER of Lismilladown, Co. Tyrone of the other. Reciting that the James OLIVER was justly and fairly indebted to Anne OLIVER in the sum of £90 & that said James OLIVER was possessed of 14 acres and a half of Land in Lismulladown by virtue of two leases had agreed with Anne OLIVER to grant her one annuity of £8 per year out of said lands WITNESSED: George McWILLIAMS of Lismuladown [NOTE: aka Lismulladown]. & James MAGILL of Aghnasallagh, Co. Tyrone…

1

780

517

526653

JACKSON, Jas

 

1822-1824

THOMPSON Not bk 777, 779

NOTE: Error - Book 780 starts with #527936 and Page 517 has memorial #528453

365

???

780

542

528478

JACKSON, Helena

JACKSON, Thos

Dublin

Meath

Limerick

Tipperary

Clare

1823 Apr 7

--- Deed 1822-1824

Image 279

BTW Edward WHITE of Swords in the County of Dublin Esq. and Capt. in his Majesty’s Royal Navy and Mary WHITE otherwise HALL his wife of the first. Henry OSBORNE of Dardistown Castle in Co Meath & Henry LYONS of Croom in the County of Limerick Esq.’s trustees of the marriage settlement of the said Edward and Mary WHITE of the second part. Thomas JACKSON of Fanningstown the County Limerick Esq. and Helana JACKSON otherwise HALL his wife of the third part. Thomas CASEY of the city of Dublin Esq. barrister at Law surviving trustee made in the marriage settlement of the said Thomas and Helena JACKSON (his wife) of the 4th pt…… [4 page memorial with lands in several counties]

SEE: JACKSONs of Duddington

365

780

551

598487

JACKSON, Nathl

Queens …

1823 Apr 25

JACKSON in trust 1822-1824

Error - Correct #s 780-551-528487

a deed of release May between Nathaniel JACKSON Mountmellick in Queens County Esq. of the first part Robert Thacker Mountmellick aforesaid Esq. of the second part and Rachel Maria JACKSON of the city of Dublin spinster of the third part. … lands in Mountmellick…

SEE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

365

781

135

528670

JACKSON, Alexander, Humphry, James, Letitia, Mary, Susannah, Isabella

Monaghan

Antrim

1823 Mar 26

HORNER

Image 86 1822-1824

BTW Letitia JACKSON of town of Ballyea [Ballybay] Co. Monaghan widow and William TENANT of Belfast Co. Antrim Esq. of 1st pt Robert TENANT of Belfast Esq of 2nd pt Humphry JACKSON of Alacapas, Alexander JACKSON of Natchiloches and James JACKSON of Nachy all in United States of North America. Isabella WINNING otherwise JACKSON of Ballybea widow Susanna & Mary JACKSON of Ballybea spinsters – surviving children of Hugh JACKSON late of Ballybay deceased of 3rd pt. … 57’ in street of Ballybay and 8’ for a Gateway together with the garden formerly in possession of Hugh JACKSON and part of [?] CRAIGs garden leading from his old Mill House to the bridge together with plot of land 27p. in townland of Dernalubina in estate of Ballybay Co. Monaghan bounded on east by Street of Ballybay on the North by the late Joseph McCARTER’s tenement now in possession of Joseph MARTIN on the west by the new river which is on the townland of Dernalubina and on the south partly by CRAIGs tenement and partly by the road commonly called the Meeting House lane. To hold to Francis HORNER … for natural life of Washington JACKSON, Alexander JACKSON and Isabell WINNING… WITNESS: John HORNER and William RANKIN both of Ballybay Co. Monaghan Gent

SEE: Lisnaboe JACKSONs.

365

781

230

528765

OLIVER

Lisburn

Antrim

Down

1823 May 14

CURRAN & ors –HARVEY

1822-24 Names Index

Btw Joseph CURRAN late of Lisburn, but now of Belfast, Co. Antrim & Mary CURRAN otherwise OLIVER his wife…. Town and lands of Cultra, Co. Down.. lots of KENNEDY names as well…

1

781

550

529085

DAWSON

Dublin

Tipperary

1823 Jun 2

STRETTLE-

Susanna STRETTLE of City of Dublin of 1st pt; …William HUTCHINSON of Timony Park,  Co. Tipperary & Anne HUTCHINSON his wife…

DAWSON, Anne otherwise HUTCHINSON-ST COMBS [if I read my own handwriting correctly!]

1

782

22

529167

DAWSON

Armagh

1823 Jun 6

DAWSON, William Marriage Articles 1822-1824

William DAWSON of Dungannon Co Tyrone Member of Royal College of Surgeons of London married Elizabeth CARRICK with consent of William CARRICK of Richmond [possibly Richmount (Aghavellan), Parish Drumcree, Barony Oneilland West], Co. Armagh.

16e

782

46

529181

JACKSON, Humphry

 

1822-1824

SINCLAIR

365

782

52

529187

JACKSON, Jas

 

1822-1824

BOWER

365

782

278

529413

JACKSON, Samuel

Dublin

1823 Jan 20

JACKSON-JACKSON Names Index 1822-1824

Samuel JACKSON of Cork St Co. of Dublin Cotton Manufacturer of the 1 pt & Samuel JACKSON jr. of  Cork St Cotton Manufacturer of the other pt. … tenement at corner of Ormond had been made over to JACKSON by HOEY…

16e

365

782

279

529414

JACKSON, Saml

 

1822-1824

MILLS

365

782

359

529494

LATOUCHE

 

1822-1824

LATOUCHE, Esther Marriage Article

!

783

59

529794

JACKSON, Fras

Dublin

Kings

1823 Jul 11

SMITH-JACKSON 1822-1824

Error. On Bk 785 pg 59 is Mem 530994. See Image 37

Image 44

BTW Robert SMITH of City of Dublin Gent of 1st pt; Rt Hon Warren William Lord Baron Rossmore of 2nd pt; Francis JACKSON of Temple Bar City of Dublin Hat Manufacturer of 3rd pt & George JACKSON of Ballyboy Kings Co. Gent of 4th pt. Reciting deed 10 May 1821 made btw Henry JERVIS of Mountmellick Queens Co Esq. administrator of goods etc unadministered of Bartholomew William Warren of Killingsaskey [?] Esq deceased of 1st pt; Rt Hon [??] administrator of goods of peter WESTENRA late of ____ Esq. deceased of 2nd pt & Henry JERVIS Administrator of goods etc of William PIGOTT late of City of Dublin Esq. Daniel LEWIS [?] of Mitchelstown Co. Cork Esq & Warer LEWIS & William LEWIS children of said Daniel LEWIS by Eleanor LEWIS otherwise WESTENRA his late wife of 3rd pt. Sir Edward William CROSBIE now a Captain in his Majesty’s 23rd Regiment of Foot & Hester Dorothea CROSBIE of ___ spinster of 4th pt. the said Warner William Lord Baron Rossmore as executor of will of Dame Castilianco CROSBIE of 5th pt & Robert SMITH party hereto of 6th pt. … [2 pages of details] … Robert SMITH in consideration of 10 shillings paid by George JACKSON on delivery of said deed .. lands of Longford otherwise Big Longford otherwise Great Longford and Killenilly otherwise Killenilly in Kings Co. … WITNESS: John HASLAM of City of Dublin Attorney & John MAYNE clerk to Robert SMITH. Peter SMITH [SEAL]

365

???

783

102

529837

BAGNALL, James

Kings

Westmeath

1823 Jun 7

Image 78

BTW Godfrey Willa BERRY of Firbane, Kings Co. Esq of 1st pt John NORTH of Whitewell Co. Westmeath Esq & Sarah Frances NORTH spinster of 2nd pt David NORTH of Fairview Co. Westmeath & James BAGNELL of Firbane [Ferbane, Parish Wheery or Killagally, Barony Garrycastle] Kings Co. Esq. of 3rd pt. Marriage to be had btw Godfrey Wills BARRY & Sarah Frances NORTH and whereas Godfrey Wills BARRY by will of Grandfather Thomas BERRY of Egles Castle, Kings Co had rent charge from lands of Loughnagore Seyhanna & Colehill Co. Westmeath … interest in such ands in trust with David NORTH and James BAGNELL … WITNESS: John Roger NORTH, Isaac NORTH

 

783

174

529909

DAWSON

Westmeath

1823 Jul 19

DAWSON, John-JACKSON 1822-1824

Image 135

Bt John P. DAWSON of Naughaville Co. Westmeath … Joseph Devonshire JACKSON of 6th pt.

q

783

221

529956

LATOUCHE

Dublin

1823 Jul 8

LATOUCHE, Rev. Marriage Article 1822-1824

Thomas Digges LATOUCHE of City of Dublin Esq. One of the sons of William Digges LATOUCHE late of Souce in the County of Dublin, Esq. Dec’d of 1st part & Peter Digges LATOUCHE of City of Dublin, Gent & Rev John James Digges LATOUCHE of Dublin executors of the late Peter Digges LATOUCHE of Dublin Esq. Dec’d who was one of the executors of William Digges LATOUCHE of 2nd part. Anne NEEDHAM spinster daughter of Thomas NEEDHAM & Rachel NEEDHAM.

 

783

283

530018

OLIVER

Monaghan

Armagh

1823 May 23

OLIVER-HADDEN also OLIVER & MADDEN NOTES in 2009 diary RE: Marriage Articles Book 48 (1821-1825) Aghnaglock, Bowarren

Marriage Settlement between Rev. Silver OLIVER Clerk, Rector of Loughgall, Co. Armagh of 1st part & Alicia Maria MADDEN spinster youngest daughter of Samuel MADDEN late of Hilton, Co. Monaghan, Esq. dec’d of 2nd part, etc… (long deed, many lands mentioned) WITNESS Robert Dudley OLIVER, City of Dublin & James DOBSON servant to Charles MADDEN, Esq.

 

783

361

530097

JACKSON, Josiah

Waterford

1822 Nov 23

Image 247 1822-1824

Josias JACKSON late a lieut in the 10th Regiment of Light Dragoons then residing at Leamington Co. Warwick Esq. and William Henry ARMSTRONG of Mount Balon [?] Kings Co. in Ireland then residing in Paris Esq …….

365

783

363

530099

JACKSON, Josiah

Waterford

1822 Nov 25

Image 249

Josias JACKSON late a lieut in the 10th Regiment of Light Dragoons then residing at Leamington Co. Warwick and William Henry ARMSTRONG of Mount Balon [?] Kings Co. in Ireland then residing in Paris Esq of the 2nd pt …

 

783

405

530140

JACKSON, Harriet M.R.

Kings

1823 Jul 28

CLOSE Gr otherwise HUGHES 1822-1824

Image 268

Btw Robert HUGHES of Parsonstown [now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt] Kings Co. Esq and Harriot Maria Ruddock HUGHES otherwise JACKSON his wife of the 1st pt; James Ruddock GRAY of Ballineer, Co. Cork Esq. of 2nd pt. Henry Samuel CLOSE of City of Dublin Banker of 3rd pt. Maxwell CLOSE of Elm Park [Mullaghatinny aka Elm Park, Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion)] Co. Armagh of 4th pt & William [RYVES?] late of Grove Hall, Co. Wicklow Esq but then residing at Portreine Queens Co. of 5th pt. … lands in Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow.

NOTE: Daughter of Robert JACKSON (1765-1801). James Gray RUDDOCK married Henrietta JACKSON daughter of Robert JACKSON (d 1785). NOTE: Parsonstown aka Birr

SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkeiran.

365

783

412

530147

 

Armagh

1823 Jun 4

Image 271

BTW Elizabeth RICHARDSON, Isabella RICHARDSON and Louisa RICHARDSON, all of Rich Hill in the county of Armagh. Spinsters, The only children. Heiresses law. Named in the will of William RICHARDSON, late of Rich Hill [Rich Hill or Legacorry, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] Esquire deceased of the first part. The Right Honourable Archibald, Earl of Gosford. Castle in the County of Armagh and John MOORE late of Drumbanagher [Drumbanagher, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West]  in the county of Armagh, but now of the city of Dublin, Esquire. Which said Earl of Gosford and John MOORE, are trustees named in and appointed by the last will of William RICHARDSON, deceased of the second part. Leonard DOBBIN, the younger of the City of Dublin, one of the solicitors of His Majesty's High Court of Chancery in Ireland of the third part. And Alexander John DOBBIN of the City of Dublin, Attorney at Law of the 4th Part. … assigned all that part of the Castle, Mansion House and Demesne Lands, of Rich Hill and County of Armagh and the Bawn parks, orchards and gardens belonging there, too. And also the Manor of Legacurry and Mullalelish [Mullalelish, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] with the Courts Leet and Courts Baron. … And the whole town of Legacurry otherwise called Rich Hill [Rich Hill or Legacorry, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West]. in the said county of Armagh. …. and also small portion of Mullalelish … [many townlands mentioned] … all part of the estate of William RICHARDSON, Esquire, deceased. And were by his will 8 Nov 1814 devised to and for the use of the said Elizabeth RICHARDSON, Isabella RICHARDSON and Louisa RICHARDSON Spinsters. And all other the houses, castles, manors, townlands, tenants, rents, and hereditaments and moieties, or other shares thereof … in the county of Armagh … the estates of the said William RICHARDSON, and of which he died, seized or possessed together with all in singular houses, outhouses, or hereditaments, and appurtenances. Whatsoever to the said Castle Manors, townlands, tenements, rents, and hereditaments … To hold to the said Leonard DOBBIN his heirs and assigns. WITNESS: Arthur Irwin KELLY of the city of Armagh and William BLACKER of Market Hill, both in the County of Armagh. Esquires Elizabeth RICHARDSON [SEAL]. Isabella RICHARDSON [SEAL], Louisa RICHARDSON [SEAL].

 

783

506

530241

NORTH, Richard Toumalin

Meath

Dublin

England

1823 May 5

Image 317

BTW Richard Taulmin NORTH of Thurland Castle Co. Lancashire of 1st pt & Christopher Armitage NICHOLSON of Balrath, Co. Meath, Ireland Esq. Of the other pt. For considerations mention NORTH demised to NICHOLSON Town and Lands of Emlough otherwise Emlogh otherwise Emlach otherwise Emla in Barony of Kells, Co. Meath now in actual possession of Rt. Hon. Thomas TAYLOR commonly called Earl of Bective by virtue of lease 14 July 1883 made by late Miles NORTH Esq. deceased father of Richard Toulmin NORTH to the late Rt. Hon Thomas Earl of Bective deceased grandfather of the beforenamed Thomas Earl of Bective … WITNESS Susanna REYNOLDS of Harley Street Co. Middlesex  widow & John William BALL of Dominick Street, City of Dublin. NOTE: See: Wiki entry on Rt. Hon. Thomas Taylor. In terms of family connections: On 4 July 1754, he married Jane Rowley, daughter of Hercules Langford Rowley and his wife Elizabeth Rowley, 1st Viscountess Langford They had four daughters and six sons. Bective died aged 70 and was succeeded in his titles by his oldest son Thomas. His second son Hercules and his third son Robert represented both the same constituency as their father. The fourth son Clotworthy was ennobled in his own right as Baron Langford. His grandson General Sir Richard Taylor enjoyed a distinguished career in the army. NOTE: 1705 will of Samuel JACKSON. This was part of his legacy that passed to various JACKSONs and then to Miles NORTH.

 

783

565

530099

JACKSON, Josiah

Waterford

1822 Nov 25

Stirling 1822-1824

Image 249

Josias JACKSON late a Lieut in the 10th Regiment of Light Dragoons then residing at Leamington Co. Warwick ….

365

784

80

530415

JACKSON, Peter

Dublin

1823 Jul 3

POPE 1822-1824

Image 50

BTW Peter JACKSON Esq. of Gardiner St., City of Dublin of 1 pt & Elias POPE of Capel St City of Dublin Gent. Reciting 28 Jan 1767 that Peter JACKSON of City of Dublin Smith demised to Edward CLARKE Shoemaker the new Dwelling House on the east side of Capel St. [description] Reciting that Joanna JACKSON and John JAMES two of the lives in the indenture had long since died and that the title and interest of the said Peter JACKSON Smith had become vested in said Peter JACKSON … names of Elias POPE party thereto & John POPE eldest son of said Elias POPE  then aged about 6 to be added in place of Joanna JACKSON & John JAMES.

NOTE: Joanna JACKSON née VINCENT.

SEE: Peter JACKSON & Joanna

365

784

517

530859

JACKSON, Geo Sir

 

1822-1824

TOIDY [?]

Error The memorial on pg 517 was # 530853 concerning an ASHE-HICKMAN marriage – no mention of JACKSON. Memorial #530859 concerned DALY see Image 322.

365

???

785

5

530940

JACKSON, Joseph

Dublin

1823 May 1

SMITH 1822-1824

Image 8

BTW Edward Augustus WALLER of City of Dublin Solicitor & Joseph Devonshire JACKSON of said City Esq Barrister Trustees in will of Ralph MACKLIN

365

785

60

529795

JACKSON, Fras

Dublin

Kings

1822-1824

SMITH-JACKSON

Image 45

Much detail from previous memorial

George JACKSON & Frances JACKSON … Robert SMITH [SEAL]

365

???

785

61

529796

JACKSON, Fras

Dublin

Kings

 

SMITH-JACKSON 1822-1824

Image 48

Much detail from previous memorial

Francis JACKSON Hat Manufacturer … George JACKSON … Robert SMITH [SEAL]

365

???

785

61

529797

JACKSON, Fras

Dublin

Kings

Meath

1823 Jul 11

WINGFIELD-JACKSON

Image 49

Hon Edward WINGFIELD of Cork Abbey Co. Dublin of 1st pt; Lady Rossmond of 2nd pt; William Blaney WADE of Clonabraney Co. Meath Esq. of 3rd py Rt Hon Warner William Lord Baron Rossmore of 4th pt; Francis JACKSON of City of Dublin Hat Manufacturer of 5th pt; George JACKSON of Ballyboy Kings Co. of 6th pt. Gent. …

 

785

83

531018

LATOUCHE

 

1822-1824

LATOUCHE, Emily Marriage Article

!

785

109

531044

JACKSON, Robert & Eugenia

Kings

Tipperary

1823 Oct 4

JACKSON-Eugenia ors CURTIS marriage

PRONI T808/8255 Marriage settlement Eugenia Maria JACKSON of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt]  – CURTIS

volume 785 page 109 number 53104 for Memorial registered 4 October 1823 of marriage settlement of 14 June 1822

Henry LANAUZE junior of College Green Dublin stockbroker of second part the bridegroom Elizabeth Eugenia Curtis only daughter of Joseph Curtis of Mossfield [Mossfield, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybrittin] in Kings County Esq. and his wife Eugenia Maria Curtis alias Jackson, spinster of third part. Said Joseph & Eugenia Maria Curtis of first part. Rev. Thomas LANAUZE [AMBA? – was he at Killeshandra?] in county Cavan  clerk. Thomas Lewis of Cornhill London city Esq. Timothy Joseph Jackson Curtis of Mossfield [Mossfield, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybrittin] in Kings County Gent and Garrett Moore of Carrickonsuir, County Tipperary Esq. all the fourth part. Refers to marriage settlement 4 July 1797 of brides parents between Eugenia Maria Jackson daughter of Eugenia Jackson then late of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt] in Kings County widow and of Robert Jackson deceased both of second part. Joseph Curtis eldest son of Timothy Curtis of Hackney County Middlesex Esq. and said Timothy both of first part. Richard Massey Hansard of Miskin, Co. Glamorgan Esq. James Ruddock Gray of Ballyneer [possibly Ballynamire] in Kings County Esq. Thomas Plummer of London city merchant. George Curtis of Fitzroy square Fitzroy St., County Middlesex all the fourth part. Of which new trustees were afterwards appointed viz James Ruddock Gray; Thomas Curtis and Charles Bendrick Curtis. Bride is over 21. Her brothers are Joseph Jackson Curtis; Robert Roddick Curtis; and John William Grady Curtis. She is legatee of will of 14 February 1804 of her grandfather Timothy whose trustees were his brother Sir William Curtis Baronet Thomas Plummer and Richard Henry Clark. LANAUZE settles two policies of insurance. Witnesses J. pellott, Ironmongers Hall, London. St. George Gregg College Green Dublin. Robert Jones and John Jones of Peter St., Dublin; Thomas Little of Anglesey, St., Dublin.

Memorial signed by bride and both her parents and by bridegroom.

SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkeiran

365

785

169

531104

DAWSON

Monaghan

1822-1824

DAWSON, Prudentia – Marriage Articles

NOTE: Ms. Dawson married Dr. Morris “Muns” Welsh, MD, of Cootehill

 

785

198

529955

JACKSON, Jas

 

1822-1824

GRIFFITH

Error. Bk 785 starts with Memorial #530936

365

???

785

246

531181

JACKSON, Abraham

Tipperary

1823 May 19

CHAYTOR 1822-1824

Image 163

 [various parties in Tipperary] & Abraham JACKSON of Lanmaes, Wales, UK … William LECKY & Sarah LECKY otherwise FENNELL of Rehill, Co. Tipperary …

365

785

366

531309

JACKSON, Josh

Cork

1823 Oct 1

MILLNER 1822-1824

Image 238

Error I saw no mention of JACKSON. It was FOLEY-RIORDAN.

365

???

785

366

531309

JACKSON, Margt

Cork

1823 Oct 1

MILLNER Gr otherwise CLARKE Error I had Memorial # 531509

365

???

785

377

531312

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

Meath

1823 Oct 9

Image 239

BTW Henry BRADSHAW of Angier St City of Dublin upholder of 1st pt Jane BAGNALL of North Cumberland Street in City of Dublin Spinster of the 2nd pt & Charles MOORE of Jervis St Gent & Thomas JACKSON of Mabbott Street Coal Factor City of Dublin of 3rd pt. Jane BAGNALL one of the children of deceased Richard BAGNAL was entitled to one undivided third of an annuity of £40 yearly arising out of lands of Clatterstown, Co. Meath and also 1/3rd pt of profit of £40 from a Dwelling House and premises in Peter Street, City of Dublin then in possession of Arthur BATTERSBY. Said deed further recited that a marriage was shortly to be had btw Henry BRADSHAW and Jane BAGNALL … transfer to Charles MOORE and Thomas JACKSON as trustees until the solemnization of marriage … WITNESS: Michael STEPHENS of Digges St & Henry Cunningham KELLY of Micklinburgh Street both in City of Dublin Gents.

 

785

424

531359

JACKSON, Thos

Dublin

1823 Oct 3

JACKSON-PEPPER Names Index 1822-1824

Btw Thomas JACKSON of Upper Bridge in City of Dublin, Linen Draper & John PEPPER & William LOCKE of  North Ann St, City of Dublin, merchants...

 

785

428

531364

JACKSON, Peter

Tipperary

Dublin

1822 Sep 20

LEFROY 1822-1824

Image 267

Peter JACKSON of Gardiner Street of the 7th pt…

365

785

510

531445

JACKSON, John

Dublin

Kings

1823 Aug 26

--- Marriage Arts 1822-1824

Image 311

BTW John JACKSON of City of Dublin of 1st pt & Eliza USHER of Eccles St City of Dublin Spinster of 2nd pt William JONES of Stephens St City of Dublin Esq & John USHER of Merrion Row City of Dublin of 3rd pt. Trustees … Eliza USHER under the will of her father Richard USHER was entitled to a 4th share out of a profit rent of £30 out of house #11 of Strife [?] St in City of Dublin & a 4th share of a certain property at Palmer’s Hill [probably in Birr now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt],  in Kings Co. …Reciting that a marriage to be had btw John JACKSON & Eliza USHER .. properties & bonds to be conveyed to trusts … John JACKSON [SEAL] Eliza JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: The Ushers of Birr by J. M. Masters

Eliza Usher, bapt. 9 May 1787 at St. Mary. She was living at Eccles Street, Dublin, at the date of her marriage settlement 26 August 1823 with John Jackson of Dublin, which mentions among her property an annuity of £20 from Lord Ross (presumably the Earl of Rosse). She signed the memorial of 3 November following with her married name. As a Trustee of her niece's marriage settlement in 1826, John Jackson was described as 'of the House of Industry, Dublin, Esq,' As 'John Jackson of Limerick, Esq., and Eliza Jackson otherwise Usher, his wife' they appointed new trustees to their own marriage settlement in 1841, when the issue of the marriage was 'one only son Richard Usher Jackson'.

365

785

578

531513

JACKSON, Mary

Dublin

1823 Nov 6

JACKSON 1822-1824

Image 347

Mary JACKSON of Leeson St. City of Dublin widow of 1st pt; Jane COPERS of Stephens Green City of Dublin, Spinster of 2nd pt; Joseph Devonshire JACKSON of Leeson St Esq. Barrister of 3rd pt. … reciting George Bradshaw SCOTT to Mary JACKSON 31 Oct 1811 … dwelling house on east side of Leeson St. …

365

786

89

531624

BARTLEY

 

1822-1824

Jas BARTLEY & Margt BARTLEY to BARTLEY & anr in Trust 

x

786

98

551633

JACKSON, Humphry

 

1822-1824

COOLEY

365

786

144

531679

JACKSON, Martha, and Mary

Tyrone

Londonderry

1823 Nov 1

WILSON Gr otherwise GILKEY 1822-1824

WILSON Gr otherwise HANSON

Image 82

BTW Rev. David GILKEY of Omagh Co. Tyrone and Martha GILKEY otherwise JACKSON his wife & Mark HANSON of McCleary [Macleary, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine ] Co. Londonderry and Mary Anne HANSON otherwise JACKSON his wife. Martha GILEY and Anne HANSON are administrators of Samuel JACKSON late of Raphad [Rathfad, Parish Aghanloo, Barony Keenaght,] Co. Londonderry of 1 pt. Joseph WILSON of Ballygallon [Ballygallin, Parish Ballyaghran, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine] Co. Londonderry farmer of other pt. Recites Paul CHURCH Esq by indenture 27 Jan 1757 set to Finley EVINS all the half town of Raphad at north side of town held under Lord Tyrone. Finley EVINS deceased bequeathed to his eldest son John EVINS who on 4 Oct 1793 assigned all rights of lands to Samuel JACKSON deceased and rights and credits of said Samuel JACKSON deceased was granted by Diocesan Court of Derry to his daughters Martha JACKSON and Mary Anne JACKSON now the wives of GILKEY & HANSON … rights excepting royalties mines minerals water courses mill races, and mill dams and the seal of a mill. To hold to Joseph WILLSON for remainder of term… WITNESS: John JACKSON of Raphad and John LAURENCE of Coleraine both in Co. Londonderry Gents

NOTE: Rathfad borders on Shanvey and Ballycastle, other townlands held by JACKSONs

365

786

207

531742

MENARY

Armagh

1823 Nov 14

LYNE-MENARY Magherkilcranny

Memorial of a deed made 29 Oct 1821 between James LYNE of City of Dublin Gent of the one part and John MENARY of Magherkilcranny [Maghery Kilcrany, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh], Co. Armagh Farmer of the other part... [description as beneath] lands heretofor demised to Samuel SIMPSON of Magherkilcranny ... Witness Alexander MENARY of Cavanbellaghry [Cavanballaghy, Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny] Farmer. And Henry Leslie PRENTICE Gent of City Armagh. (some differences in lease beneath - not major)

 

786

207

531743

MENARY

Armagh

1823 Nov 14

LYNE-MENARY Magherkilcrany

Memorial of an indenture 29 Oct 1821 between James LYNE of City of Dublin Gent of the one part and John MENARY of Magherkilcranny [Maghery Kilcrany, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh], Co. Armagh Farmer of the other part. ... LYNE granted the townland of Magherkilcranny formerly in the possession of John and Alexander MENARY and then in the possession of the said John MENARY and his undertenants. Containing by estimation 35 acres 3 roods  24 perches plantation measure.  For term of 20 years.  Also right to cut bog from Farnaley for personal use. Witnessed by Thomas ROBINSON of Magherkilcranny & Alexander MENARY of Cavanbellaghry [Cavanballaghy, Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny]. And Henry Leslie PRENTICE Gent of City Armagh.

 

786

211

531746

JACKSON, John

Monaghan

1823 Nov 5

--- Marriage Arts 1822-1824

 NOTE: error  -  I had Memorial # 551746

Image 128

Thomas BRUNKER of Crieve Co. Monaghan Esq of 1st pt; Margaret BRUNKER of Drum Co. Monaghan of 2nd pt; John JACKSON of Drumfaldra Co. Monaghan & Ralph YOUNG of same place Gent.

SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath

365

786

317

531852

JACKSON, Peter

Tipperary

Dublin

Kings

1823 Apr 5

Image 187 1822-1824

BTW Peter JACKSON of Gardiner St City of Dublin Esq. of 1st pt & William CURTIS late of Annamore [possibly Annaghmore, Parish Killoughy, Barony Ballyboy,  OR Annaghmore , Parish Tisaran, Barony Garrycastle, OR Annaghmore and Annaghbeg, Parish Drumcullen, Barony Eglish]  Kings Co. then of Sandymount Co. Dublin Esq of 2nd pt. Robert CURTIS the elder & Robert CURTIS the younger both of Inane Co. Tipperary Esq. of 3rd pt. John BOYD of Gloster [possibly Creggan and Glosterboy] Kings Co Esq of 4th pt; Daniel John CURTIS Esq. Harriet CURTIS & Sarah CURTIS younger children of said Robert CURTIS the elder of Inane Co. Tipperary of 5th pt. … more names and mention of Chancery suit. ,,,

365

786

328

531863

JACKSON, Anne

Antrim

1823 Aug 29

BURKE Gr otherwise KENNEDY 1822-1824

Image 194

BTW Edmund Alexander KENNEDY of Kiltybegs Co, Donegal & Anne KENNEDY otherwise JACKSON his wife of 1st pt … [details which echo other deeds with no extra info useful to me]

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

365

786

362

531897

JACKSON, John & Robert

Armagh

Dublin

1823 Nov 17

--- Marriage Arts 1822-1824

JACKSON-STAMER Marriage Article Notes in 2009 diary 1821-1825  Lisadian,[probably Lisadian, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh]

Image 217

Marriage Deed between John JACKSON of City of Armagh Esq. of 1st pt & Sir William STAMER, City of Dublin, Baronet & Louisa STAMER spinster one of the daughters of William STAMER of 2nd part & William STAMER second son of Sir William STAMER & Robert William JACKSON of said City of Armagh, Esq. Of 3rd part. Whereby the said John JACKSON in consideration of a marriage between him & Louisa STAMER did assign to William STAMER the younger & Robert William JACKSON ... an annuity of £200/year payable out of the lands of Bellaghy [Ballaghy, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] Ballinahonebeg , [Ballynahone Beg, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] and Lisadean [probably Lisadian, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh]in Parish & Co. Armagh enabling them to levy a sum of £2000 by sale or mortgage of said lands.  … covenant on the said John JACKSON for the renewal of leases from the Archbishop of Armagh as to the lands of Ballynahonebeg and Bellaghy from the See of Armagh and also from Rev Doctor WOODWARD and his Representative of the lands and Mill of Lesadian. WITNESS: Joseph RAWLINGS, City of Dublin, Gent & James BELL, City of Dublin, Gent.

365

787

357

532492

JACKSON, Richd

Dublin

1823 Dec 2

CARROLL 1822-1824

Image 232

BTW Richard JACKSON of Barrack St. City of Dublin Tallow Chandler of the 1 pt & Christopher CARROLL of Barrack St working Chandler of other part … JACKSON to CARROLL transfer of tenement on North Side of Barrack St known by the sign of the Earl of Roths formerly in possession of Mary GRANT and then in occupation of Christopher CARROLL [description of neighbours] .. remainder of lease granted 2 Oct 1776 from Christopher KELLETT to Mary GRANT . WITNESS: Sarah JACKSON, spinster of Barrack St. & Charles DILLON of Leeson St Attorney. Richard JACKSON [SEAL].

365

788

27

532762

OLIVER, Dudley

Tipperary

1824 jan 13

Dudley OLIVER – not needed.

15

788

28

539763

JACKSON, Peter

 

1822-1824

JACKSON

Error: The last memorial in bk 788 was #533335. It also wasn’t 532754 on pg 19

370

788

92

532828

BREAKEY

Monaghan

1821-1825

Drumskelt BREAKEY & SMALL marriage Monaghan Town  Ballycullen St  Drumskelt

Monaghan Town, Ballycullen St

I transcribed as 788 93 532828 from Names Ind

Transcribed by Ken Breakey as 788 92 532828

x

788

100

532835

JACKSON, Thomas & Anna

Dublin

1824 Jan 19

WALKER Gr otherwise BAGNELL 1822-1824

Error: I also had Memorial # 539825

Image 71

BTW Thomas JACKSON & Anne Marie JACKSON otherwise BAGNELL his wife of City of Dublin of 1st pt. Eliza BAGNELL [aka BAGNALL] of City of Dublin Spinster of 2nd pt and Richard Cotton WALKER of Gloster St City of Dublin Esq. of 3rd pt. whereas Thomas JACKSON & his wife & Eliza BAGNELL had surrendered dwelling house back yard garden stable and Coach House known as #10 on east side of North Cumberland St City of Dublin bounded on the north by #9 in possession of Fhapper MINAS on the South by Rev. J HUDDARTS tenements on the east by a Stable Lane containing in front 22’ and from front to rere 135’ together with all houses and houses or offices and all rights of passage to hold to Richard Cotton WALKER …  and said Richard Cotton WALKER  in consider of said surrender did release unto said Thomas JACKSON and Anne Maria JACKSON otherwise BAGNALL & Eliza BAGNALL Thomas JACKSON [SEAL] & Anne Marie JACKSON [SEAL] WITNESS: William STONE of City of Dublin Gent Attorney at Law & Richard WORTHINGTON of City of Dublin Gent.

NOTE: Their son: Thomas JACKSON; b 1827 Dublin, Ireland; d 1904 Melbourne, Australia married Mary GUBB. SOURCE: Graham JACKSON, a descendant.

SEE: Jacksons of Carlow & Wicklow for a possible connection

370

788

150

538285

JACKSON, Catherine ors McELWAINE

 Down

1824 Jan 22

JACKSON-McELWAINE Names Index 1822-1824

Indenture btw Richard JENNINGS of Downpatrick, Co. Down, carpenter Benjamin McIVER of Downpatrick of the other pt. NOTE: There were several SAULs mentioned, but no Catherin JACKSON. Perhaps the memorial left that out.

15

788

155

532890

 

Dublin

1824 Jan 1

Image 104

BTW Henry EARLY & Margaret EARLY otherwise JOHNSTON his wife, Ann JOHNSTON, Jane JOHNSTON & Mary JOHNSTON sister and coheiresses and devisees of John JOHNSTON late of Parliament Street in City of Dublin Silk Manufacturer of 1 pt & John BARRY of Parliament St Tea Merchant of other pt. William LINDSAY one of the Divisional Magistrates of Police demised to George JOHNSTON of Brabazon Row Silk Manufacturer in his possession a dwelling house on West side of Parliament St #24 …. George JOHNSTON died intestate leaving his only son John JOHNSTON and heir …. Reciting that John JOHNSTON had died whereby he bequeathed said Dwelling house to his four sisters Margaret EARLY otherwise JOHNSTON wife of Henry EARLY Ann JOHNSTON Jane JOHNSTON & Mary JOHNSTON & Margaret his wife … Henry EARLY [SEAL] Ann JOHNSTON [SEAL] Jane JOHNSTON [SEAL] Mary JOHNSTON [SEAL]

 

788

290

533025

JACKSON, Saml

Roscommon

1823 Jan 13

GERATY 1822-1824

Image 175

BTW Samuel JACKSON of Boggin Co. Roscommon Gent of 1 pt & James GERATY of Boggin farmer of the other pt. Reciting lease 1 Aug 1790 btw Sir Edward CROFTON of Moat Co. Roscommon  Bart of 1 pt  William JACKSON of Boggin of other pt re: parcel of land called Boggin otherwise Cloonadragh in Parish Kilmain Co. Roscommon containing 100a or tereabouts for lives of Samuel JACKSON, Luke JACKSON and George JACKSONWilliam JACKSON is dead and Samuel his eldest son entitled to interest ….

370

788

404

533139

JACKSON, Samuel & Frances

Wexford

Dublin

1824 Jan 21

LITTLE Gr otherwise WHEELER 1822-1824

Image 234

BTW Nathaniel HUGHES and Anne HUGHES otherwise WHEELER his wife, Sibyls WHEELER spinster & Manry WHEELER spinster all of town of Wexford & Samuel JACKSON & Frances JACKSON otherwise WHEELER his wife of Cork St City of Dublin of the 1 pt…. reciting will of Edward WHEELER 3 Nov 1818 bequeathed to Sarah WHEELER since deceased, Anne HUGHES, Sybyls WHEELER, Mary WHEELER & Frances JACKSON then Frances WHEELER spinster sum of £1,000 to be equally divided between them chargeable against lands of Barntown Co. Wexford … made over to George LITTLE … Samuel JACKSON [SEAL] & Frances JACKSON [SEAL]

370

788

600

533335

JACKSON, Thomas & Joseph

Dublin

1823 Oct 9

DOYLE 1822-1824

Image 353

BTW Joseph JACKSON & Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Merchants of the 1 pt. & Catherine DOYLE of Francis St City of Dublin, widow of the other … JACKSONs had granted land at Cutpurse Row City of Dublin where a new Dwelling house had been erected by Andrew DOYLE deceased… Joseph JACKSON [SEAL] Thomas JACKSON [SEAL]

370

789

138

529273

LATOUCHE

 

1822-1824

LATOUCHE, Peter Marriage Article  Wrong #

 

789

168

533504

JACKSON, George

Armagh

1823 Jun 11

JACKSON-LOWDAY Notes in 2009 diary 1821-1825

Image 100

Between Sir George JACKSON of Forkhill Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper], Co. Armagh but now residing at Osten de Baronet of 1st part ... in consideration of £4000 owed from Sir George JACKSON to William LOWDAY & John EDWARDS ... (something about lives) Juliana Eliza OGLE without issue ... 1803 Susannah BARTON... etc.

370

789

171

533508

DICKIE

Antrim

1824 Feb 13

ROBINSON-DICKIE, James Found in townland index – I think. NOTES in 2009 diary. Randalstown [Randalstown, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper], 

Between George Abercrombie ROBINSON of Pall Mall, Co. Middlesex, England & Henry TRAIL of City of London, Esq. Of 1 pt & James DICKEY of Randalstown, Co. Antrim, James GAUSSON of Belfast, Co. Antrim, merchant & James DICKEY of Hollybrook Co., Esq. … (several townlands mentioned) in Town of Galway known as Atkinson Estates.

 

789

208

533543

JACKSON, Wm

Down

1823 Dec 10

LOWRY 1822-1824

Image 129

btw William JACKSON of Ballyminstra, Parish Kilmood, Co. Down, farmer of 1 pt. & Robert LOWRY of Ballybundon Co. Down, farmer of other pt. William JACKSON in natural love and affection and also in consideration of £10 granted to Robert LOWRY parcel of land part of townland of Ringneal parish Tullynakill, Co. Down containing 14a 2r Cunningham Measure formerly in possession of James LAUGLIN and then in possession of William JACKSON as undertenants …. WITNESS: Joseph PATTEN of Balloo & William THOMPSON of Drumreagh, both Co. Down.

NOTE: Alexander LOWRY was a United Irishman who fled to Germany but was allowed to return. Likely a connection.

370

789

360

529495

JACKSON, Thos

 

1822-1824

TUTHILL

Error – 1st memorial in this bk is # 53336

365

???

789

480

532615

JACKSON, Oliver C.

 

1822-1824

JACKSON

Error – 1st memorial in this bk is # 53336

370

???

789

547

533882

JACKSON, Jas

Tyrone

Dublin

1824 Mar 6

GOODIN 1822-1824

Error: Memorial # 533889 was at Image 334 – no mention of JACKSON. On pg 547 was Memorial #533882.

Image 329

BTW James Eyre JACKSON of Tullydoey, Co. Tyrone Linen Merchant of 1 pt. Richard GOODWIN of Dorset St City of Dublin Esq of other pt. James Eyre JACKSON sold lots containing in front of Saint Georges Place on the Circular Road 376’ in depth … to Sherrard St. .. in Lordship of St. Mary’s Abbey, Co. Dublin … [more description] … and also plot on North East towards Georges Place … WITNESS; Charles MEARES of Dorset ST. & Samuel KNOX of Blessington St., attorneys.

370

790

2

533937

JACKSON, John

Monaghan

1824 Jan 5

JACKSON 1822-1824

Image 7

BTW William YOUNG Upper Gardiner St City of Dublin attorney of 1st pt; John JACKSON jr of Drumguldron Co. Monaghan Esq. of 2nd pt. John JACKSON of Cremorne Green, Co. Monaghan of 3rd pt.

370

790

3

533938

JACKSON, John

Monaghan

1824 Jan 5

JACKSON 1822-1824

Image 8 see above.

 

370

790

250

534186

OLIVER

Armagh

1824 Mar 30

KENNEDY-OLIVER

Deed btw William KENNEDY of City of Armagh Merchant & James OLIVER of the same City, merchant. Reciting indenture of 9 Feb 1824 Andrew DICKSON of Glenconway [Parish Bovevagh, Barony Keenaght, County Londonderry], Co. Antrim [sic?] GENT did demise to William KENNEDY & James OLIVER tenement in English St. (see #534280) bordered on west by English St…. a lane leading from College St of 9’ wide. Lease for 31 years WITNESS: William GRAHAM Gent; Edward THOMPSON, Shopman both of City of Armagh.

 

790

345

534280

OLIVER

Armagh

1824 April 6

Image 195

OLIVER-McDONNELL1821-1825 Armagh City English Street

NOTE: The name BARNETT may be of special interest on account of OLIVER-BARNETT marriage in similar time frame.

James OLIVER of City of Armagh Merchant in consideration of  5s set over Alexander McDONNELL of Belfast Merchant  tenement on the east side of English St formerly in possession of Messrs Hugh & Thomas QUINN. “with the office houses store houses lofts and yard containing in front 22 feet and from front to rear 152 feet with the passage of 9 feet wide in the lane leading from College St to the rear of the premises. Meared and bounded on the North by Mrs. HAMILTON’s tenement. On the South by Mr. TREANOR’s tenement. On the East by the tenement of the Representatives of the late John SINGLETON & on the West by English St. together with the appurtenances. And also one Annuity or clear yearly rent charge of annual sum of Twenty one pounds sterling issuing & payable out of all that part and parcel of the townland of Lislooney [Lisloony, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny]. then in possession of Benjamin OLIVER father of the said James OLIVER containing by estimation 46 acres & roods  meared and bounded on the North by the Great Road leading from Tynan to Keady on the east by the townland of Delea [Dillay, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny].]  & Lisheagh [Lissheagh, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny].]  on the south by the townland of Beaghy and on the west by Tynan river.... Witness John WALLACE Attorney; Matthew BARNETT Gent both of Belfast. James OLIVER [SEAL] 3rd April 1824

 

791

20

534555

OLIVER

 

1824 Mar 10

OLIVER-MAHON-HOWARD Notes in 2009 diary

Elizabeth OLIVER was the executrix for Catherine Baroness, Mount Sandford. Not pertinent.

 

791

28

534563

JACKSON, Peter

 

1822-1824

KIDD

370

791

233

534768

JACKSON, Rachel M

 

1822-1824

BARWIN

Probably Rachel Maria JACKSON

370

791

247

534782

JACKSON, John

 

1822-1824

CUMMINS

370

791

289

534824

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1824 Apr 2

McCULLAGH-LEE Notes in 2009 diary 1821-1825 Mowellan

Between Samuel McCULLAGH of Cladymore [Clady More, Parish Kilclooney (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] Parish, Parish of Mullaghnabrack,[??]  Co. Armagh, merchant & Oliver LEE of City of Armagh (son-in-law) of said Samuel McCULLAGH … lands of Mowellan, lands lately in the possession of Samuel McCULLAGH [given over to LEE] 14 acres, Manor of Toaghy, Co. Armagh. WITNESS: Samuel TAYLOR & Samuel McCULLAGH both of Cladymore.

 

791

461

534996

WALKER

Armagh

1820 Mar 23

REID-WALKER Notes in 2009 diary 1821-1825 Minooth

James REID of Richhill [probably Rich Hill or Legacorry, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West]  , Gent & George WALKER of Richill Gent, townlands Minooth [Maynooth Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West]   Ballyleany [Ballyleny, Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West]   Legacorry [Rich Hill or Legacorry, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West]   …

 

791

461

534997

KIDD

Armagh

1824 May 8

DOWNEY-KIDD Notes in 2009 diary

Neal DOWNEY, City of Armagh, farmer & William Lodge KIDD, City of Armagh, Esq. land on east side of English Street, City of Armagh.

 

792

114

535249

JACKSON, Samuel

Dublin

1824 May 19

JACKSON-Marriage Arts Names Index 1822-1824

Deed of Settlement btw Samuel JACKSON of City of Dublin, Cotton Manufacturer,  of 1st part Frances WHEELER of town & Co of Wexford, spinster of 2nd pt & Samuel JACKSON the elder of Dublin  father of aforesaid and Samuel and John SPARROW then of Ballinclea of Co aforesaid. Reciting that the said Frances WHEELER in her own right was then entitled to £130 and was also entitled under the will of her uncle Edward WHEELER Esq. deceased to £200 also reciting the said Samuel JACKSON being in trade and not having any property save what he had in trade out of which he could make anything by way of jointure for any wife and that a marriage was intended to be had and shortly solemnized between the said Samuel JACKSON and the said Frances WHEELER on which the following agreements entered into … In case Samuel JACKSON should become bankrupt that the said Samuel JACKSON the elder and the said John SPARROW … Would be able to seize the properties of Samuel JACKSON…. Witnessed  by Joseph JACKSON the city of Dublin Cotton manufacturer brother of Samuel JACKSON.

NOTE: Samuel JACKSON sr and Ann BOARDMAN, were parents of Samuel JACKSON jr.

!

792

157

535292

JACKSON, George

Elizabeth

Tipperary

1823 Apr 10

Spunner in trust 1822-1824

William CARROLL of Emil [Emmel OR Emmel East OR Emmel West , Parish Templeharry], Barony Clonlish [Clonlisk] Kings Co. and Elizabeth CARROLL otherwise JACKSON his wife of 1st pt …George JACKSON of Hermitage. Tipperary of the 9th pt.

370

792

236

535371

REED

Tyrone

Bk 48

HYNES – REED

Daniel HYNES of Moy, Co Tyrone Architect & James REID of Blackwater Bawn in Co. Armagh, merchant… sum of 411 pounds 2s 9d Tenement in Moy commonly called the Stone House Tenement as laid out on the south side of the street of Moy and leading to Charlemount.

 

792

310

535445

OLIVER

Armagh

1824 May 28

LYLE-OLIVER 1821-1825 Notes in 2009 diary

Deed between Andrew LYLE of City & Co Armagh Merchant of the one part & Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh] Co. Armagh Gent of the other part refers to Indenture of Mortgage of the land of the Kennedies. [Kennedies, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh]  6 May 1807 executed by the said Joseph OLIVER to Joseph LEE. Joseph LEE is now dead but in his will, he appointed John LEE and Andrew LYLE  execs & since John LEE is also dead, Andrew LYLE is the sole exec.. So, for £52 LYLE made over to Joseph OLIVER  94  acres 30p English measure in the Kennedies. WITNESS James ARMSTRONG of Dublin. Esq. & James WATT of Dublin

 

792

321

535456

JACKSON, Thos

Tipperary

1824 May 17

Grubb 1822-1824

Btw Thomas JACKSON of Millgrove, Co Tipperary … other names .. mill of Caher Abbey

370

793

3

535739

BROWN

 Monaghan

1824 Jun 5

BROWNE-FILGATE NOTES in 2009 diary  Marriage Article Book 48 (1821-1825)

Between Rev Denis BROWN, Rector of Loughrea, Co. Galway of 1st part. Thomas William FILGATE of Arthurstown, Co. Louth Esq. & Ann FILGATE spinster, eldest daughter of Thomas FILGATE of 2nd part & Jane MAHAN, spinster of City, Dublin of 3rd part ... George MAHON of Westport, John Denis BROWNE of Mt Browne, Co. Mayo. ...

 

793

90

535825

REID

Armagh

1824 Jun 14

LEE-REID Notes in 2009 diary 1821-1825 Mowellan

Oliver LEE sold to James REID of Blackwatertown, Co. Armagh for £150 lands of Mowellan [possibly Mowillin, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh]. WITNESS Wm REID & Martin GARLAND of Blackwatertown.

 

793

98

535833

JACKSON

Down

1821 Sep 19

Btw Rachel JACKSON and Jane JACKSON of Knocknagony, spinsters of 1st pt & James WEAVER of Knocknagoney, labourer. Demised dwelling house situate in Knocknagoney in which James WEAVER resided together with a piece of land which runs from the Gable of said house to road leading from Belfast to Hollywood for 21 years

370

793

225

535960

JACKSON, Eugenia

 

1822-1824

SWINNY Gr otherwise CURTIS

370

794

28

536363

 

Tyrone

Bk 48

BARTLEY -WILLIAMSON

 

794

212

536547

JACKSON, Allan

Dublin

1824 Jul 23

SHEKLETON 1822-1824

Image 132

BTW Allan JACKSON of Kevins Port City of Dublin, painter and glazier of 1 pt & James SHEKLETON of Collon Co. Louth Esq. of the other pt. Reciting … Dweling House #12 Kevins Port City of Dublin containing in front to Kevins Port 17’ 1” and in depth front to rere on the North and South sides 30’ 5” and also the yard behind said Dwelling House 16’ 6” and in breadth nest to said rere wall of said Dwelling House 11’ and in breadth in rere of said yard adjoining said Allan JACKSON work shop or ware house 12’. Meared and bounded on the North by Protestant Row and by a house belonging to said Allan JACKSON … Parish St. Peters City of Dublin … lives of Royalty … WITNESS: William Slator HARRISON of Bridge St City of Dublin Gent & William BROWNRIGG of William St City of Dublin Chandler.

370

794

222

536557

McCRUM

Armagh

1822 Feb 27

McCRUM-KINCAID marriage article Notes in 2009 diary

Between Nathanial McCRUM of City of Armagh, Merchant of 1st part & Miss Jane KINKAID, spinster, younger daughter of John KINKAID Senior of Newtownhamilton, Co. Armagh, Gent of 2nd Part & Hugh GARMANY of Ternacrow in Co. Monaghan, Gent & John KINKAID, jr. of Newtownhamilton, brother of Jane of the 3rd part. Lands mentioned: Cavanagarvan [possibly Cavanagarvan, Parish Tynan, Barony of Armagh], Derryhinnet [Derryhennet , Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh] & also the Mills and Lands of Lisbano [Lisbanoe, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh],, Co. Armagh possessed by Nathanial McCRUM (lots of details about ££) WITNESS: John SCOTT & James OLIVER of Enagh, [Enagh, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh],  Co. Armagh, farmer.

 

796

16

537551

JACKSON, Jas

Dublin

1824 Apr 13

 

FINN 1822-1824

Image 14

Btw James JACKSON of Jervis St City of Dublin Esq of 1 pt & Thomas FINN of Jervis St Dr. of Law & Thomas Blennerhassell McSHEAN also of Jervis St Gent of other pt. .. large dwelling house  on east side of Jervis St City of Dublin with back yard meared as follows on the North to the holding now in possession of Robert MAYNE Esq. on the East to the aback yard and warehouse in possession of James JACKSON as hereafter reserved at or adjoining Chapel Lane on the South to the holding of James SAUNDERS Merchant and the offices in possession of said James JACKSON and on west to Jervis St … in the Lower yard in which he transacts his business as a merchant together also with the Lower Yard extending from and about said offices to said warehouse and in which is divided from the yard belonging to the Dwelling House by a partition wall in which was heretofore a Door Communicating with said upper yard and house but which is now closed up together also with the passage to the rere and entrance of said warehouse…. James JACKSON [SEAL]

370

796

210

537745

JACKSON, Saml

Dublin

Kildare

1824 Oct 8

CHAMBERS 1822-1824

Image 131

MTG btw Samuel JACKSON jr. of Cork St., Liberties of City of Dublin Cotton Manufacturer of 1 pt; John CHAMBERS of Cavandish Row Co. Dublin Esq. of other pt. Samuel JACKSON in consideration of £5,000 paid by John CHAMBERS sold the [?] Mills of Inekeguire [Inchaquire , Parish of Narraghmore, Barony Narragh & Reban East, Co. Kildare] commonly called Short’s Mills of Inekeguire and part of the lands of Inekeguire 39a 3r 32p and also bog of Narraghmore [Narraghmore, Parish Narraghmore, Barony Narragh & Reban East, Co. Kildare], laid out and set aside for the use of tenants of said Mills and lands containing in Depth from the road 11p and in breadth 10p situated in Co. Kildare for lives of Samuel William JACKSON only son of said Samuel JACKSON, Richard James and Samuel JONES nephews of said Samuel JACKSON and sons of Nathaniel JONES of Bachelors Walk in City of Dublin … WITNESS: William MARSHALL and Robert A. HYNDMAN both of City of Dublin. Samuel JACKSON jr. [SEAL]

NOTE: Samuel JACKSON jr (1797-?0 was a son of Samuel JACKSON (1768-aft1826) and Anne BOARDMAN (1771-1843) of Cork Street. They were related to the Quaker JACKSONs.

370

797

142

538277

JACKSON, Peter

 

1822-1824

THOMPSON

370

797

150

538285

JACKSON, Catherin ors McELWAINE

Donegal

1824 Nov 11

JACKSON-STEWART Names Index 1822-1824

Family in Williamsburg, Huntindon.  Rebecca ENNIS otherwise MacELWAINE wife of Alexander ENNIS, Margery MACILWAINE of same, spinster.  Rebecca ENNIS & Margery MACILWAINE only surviving  daughters and coheiresses of Rev Alexander MACILWAINE decd and Thomas JACKSON of Williamsburg and Catherine JACKSON otherwise MACILWAINE his wife, his wife said Catherine being the late relict of late Rev MACILWAINE all of Huntinton Co. in Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, United States of North America. Of 1 pt . Nathaniel STEWART of Ranulton, Co. Donegal, Ireland. Lands of Glenkeen, Co. Donegal sold to STEWART

370

797

280

538416

JACKSON, Humphry T

Dublin

Monaghan

1824 Nov 17

THOMPSON 1822-1824

Image 179

BTW Humphrey Thomson JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. of the 1 pt; & Robert THOMSON of Bushford Co. Monaghan Esq of the other pt. Reciting that by articles of agreement upon the intermarriage of Thomas JACKSON of Ballybay Co. Monaghan and Isabella THOMSON spinster daughter of Humphry THOMSON of Bushford aforesaid bearing date 23 Jul 1789 the said Humphry THOMSON recited deed 16th & 17th Jan 1759 had charge the lands of Aghantur the residence mentioned with the sum £233.6.8 for his said daughter Isabella to be payable out of lands of Aghantur to the said Thomas JACKSON & his heirs upon the death of said Humphry THOMSON … and Thomas JACKSON has made over £233,6,8 to Trustees in trust for after the decease of the said Thomas & Isabella to pay the same to said Thomas & Isabella as the said Thomas should appoint  …. Humphry Thomson JACKSON was the only surviving issue and Thomas JACKSON and Isabella were since dead and Humphry THOMSON was also deceased and the said Robert THOMSON had paid off the £233.6.8 plus interest … WITNESS: James NIXON sr. & James NIXON jr. attorneys at law both of City of Dublin Humphry Thomson JACKSON [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down who first settled in Dundonald

NOTE: Robert THOMSON was married to a Jane NIXON

370

797

281

538416

BALL, Thomas

Dublin

1824 Nov 11

Image 180 BTW Thomas BALL Esq. one of the Masters of his Majesty’s High Court of Chancery in Ireland of the 1st pt. Daniel KINEHAN of Merrion Square City of Dublin Trustee of the last will of William BUSHE late of City of Dublin Gent of 2nd pt. …

 

797

288

538423

JACKSON, William & Mary

Cork

England

1824 Jul 5

CUMMINS 1822-1824

Image 183

BTW Robert King CUMMINS of City of Cork Merchant  of 1st pt; Nicholas Marshall CUMMINS of City of Cork Merchant of 2nd pt; William JACKSON of West Trignmount Co. Devon Esq. and Mary JACKSON of same place spinster daughter of William JACKSON of the 3rd pt & Joseph King CUMMINS of said City of Cork Merchant and Samuel CODNER of West Trignmount Merchant of 4th pt. Nicholas Marshall CUMMINS at direction of Robert King CUMMINS granted to Robert King CUMMINS & Samuel CODNER and their heirs annuity of £500 secured by lease 7 &8 Dec 1822 … Mary JACKSON now Mary CUMMINS in case of her surviving said Robert. WITNESS: James John CUMMINS of City of Cork Merchant & William Rufus JORDON of East Trignmount in Devon.

370

797

304

538439

COULTER

Monaghan

Fermanagh

1823 Dec 10

COULTER-BUNSIDE NOTES in 2009 diary  Book 48 (1821-1825) Ballagh

Image 191

William COULTER of Keevan, Co. Fermanagh, farmer & Archibald BROWNSIDE  [ROWINSIDE?] of Clones, Co. Monaghan, Merchant of other part reciting that Ann COULTER late of Kienan Bog did by last will and testament 16 Nov 1800 bequeath to her daughter Ann COULTER annuity ... after death of her mother, Anne COULTER married Thomas SWEENY. WITNESS: Mary COULTER of Clones, Co. Monaghan, spinster.

 

797

448

538583

DAWSON

Down

1824 Nov 28

DAWSON, William – his will

William DAWSON late of Correnreagh, Parish of Blaris,  Co. Down

 

797

456

538591

JACKSON, Saml

Dublin

1824 Nov 24

CHAMBERS 1822-1824

Image 291

BTW Samuel JACKSON jun of Corkstreet in the liberties of the City of Dublin Cotton Manufacturer of 1 pt & John CHAMBERS of Cavandish Row Co. Dublin Esq. of the other pt. in consideration of £2,528.8.10  paid by John CHAMBERS to John COOKE for machinery at Mills of Inchequire ….

NOTE: His mother was Anne: BOARDMAN – one of the Quaker lines. Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

370

797

498

538633

DAWSON

 

1822-1824

DAWSON, Maria (otherwise HUTCHINSON)-ARMSTRONG

 

797

536

538670

DOBBIN, Leonard

Dublin

England

Armagh

1824 Nov 29

Image 334

BTW John BELL of Liverpool Co. Lancaster Merchant of 1 pt one of the sons of John BELL late of City of Dublin Esq of 1 pt & Leonard DOBBIN of Gardiners Co. Dublin Esq. of the other pt. Reciting indenture in consideration of £1,000 to John BELL paid by Leonard DOBBIN to make over lands of Sturgan otherwise Stirgan [Sturgan, Parish Killevy (Upper Orior portion), Barony Orior Upper] and Drumully [Drumilly, Parish Killevy (Upper Orior portion), Barony Orior Upper] in Parish of Killeavy Barony Upper Orier Co. Armagh and also  ½ share of lands of Burren in Manor of Forkhill [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper] Co. Armagh containing 84a2r9p Green Mountain Irish measure & ½ share of ground in townland of Lisdrumgullion [Lisdrumgullion , Parish Newry (Armagh portion), Barony Orior Upper] otherwise called Canal Quay in part of Newry in Co. Armagh being part of the land held by Ephraim MURDOCH containing in front 150’ and from front to rere 350’ lately in possession of said James BELL and his undertenants in Co. Armagh. WITNESS: David BELL of City of Dublin Gent attorney & James WATT of same Gent. John BELL [SEAL]

 

797

536

538671

JACKSON, Josh

Dublin

1824 Nov 23

HUTTON 1822-1824

Image 335

BTW John BEATTY of Molesworth St. City of Dublin Doctor of Medicine, Joseph Devonshire JACKSON of Leeson St City of Dublin Esq Barrister at Law & Benjamin BALL jr of Leeson Street trustees of last will of John Gore SWORDS late of City of Dublin deceased.

370

797

590

538725

JACKSON, Humphry T

Dublin

Monaghan

1824 Nov 20

MCDOWELL 1822-1824

Image 365

Humphry Thomson JACKSON City of Dublin Esq eldest son and heir of Thomas JACKSON of Ballybay Co. Monaghan Apothecary of 1 pt & John McDowell SCOTT of Ballyleay Gent of other pt. … part of tenement in New Street Ballybay formerly demised by Rev. Henry LESLIE to the father of John McDowell SCOTT called Neone from Hugh DUFFEYs 40’ in front belonging together with abt 9a of lands of Lissarly otherwise Lissanbeg Co. Monaghan to hold to said Thomas JACKSON for lives… Memorial witness: Standish PEPPARD of Rathmones Co. Dublin & Travers WRIGHT of #74 Capel Street City of Dublin Gent. Humphry Thomson JACKSON [SEAL]

370

798

25

538760

JACKSON, John

Monaghan

1819 Oct 23

JACKSON-JACKSON 1822-1824

Image 23

BTW John JACKSON of Mount Saville CO Monaghan Esq. of 1 pt & John JACKSON jr of Creeve Co. Monaghan Esq. of other pt. … Linen Engine Mill in townland Bowilk together with the ground next and adjoining said Mill ….

370

798

321

539056

JACKSON, John

Armagh

1824 Dec 17

STAMER 1822-1824

Image 201

John JACKSON of City & Co. Armagh Esq. Reciting 17 Nov 1823 in contemplation of marriage of John JACKSON with Louisa STAMER one of the daughters of Sir William STAMER of City of Dublin Bart of 1st pt;  Sir William STAMER & Louisa STAMER of 2nd pt; Robert William JACKSON Esq. of City of Armagh of 3rd pt. STAMER paid to John JACKSON of marriage portion of £1,000 & £2,000 part  … WITNESS: Rev. Henry F. WILLIAMS. John JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: This Robert William JACKSON was likely a brother of John JACKSON (bef 1801-bef 1862)

370

798

458

539193

LATOUCHE

 

1822-1824

LATOUCHE, George – Marriage Article

 

799

209

539544

OLIVER

Limerick

1824 Feb 29

OLIVER, Nathaniel, Major. OLIVER, Silver Rev. Assignment. 267 acres at Glanahagalish, LIM Roz McC

 

799

218

539553

JACKSON, Jas

 

1825-1827

BAUMAN

436

801

4

540539

JACKSON, Wm

Mayo

1811 May 30

ANDERSON 1825-1827

Image 7

Michael CORMICK Esq. in North of Mayo Regiment of Militia in consideration of £1,000 demised to William JACKSON Esq. of said Regiment all the town & lands of East Massbrook & West Massbrook with the subdenominations of Derrynonagh and Gortalaugh and all the Park of Massbrooke Co. Mayo for use of James ANDERSON… WITNESS: Oliver Cuff JACKSON a Major in said Regiment & Jasper Villiers FOWLER of City of Dublin Attorney. WITNESS of Memorial James ANDERSON jr.

SEE: JACKSONs of Enniscoe and Carramore, Co. Mayo

436

801

77

540612

JACKSON, Joshua

Dublin

1825 Mar 10

PEPPER 1825-1827

Image 61

BTW Joshua JACKSON of High Street City of Dublin Linen Draper of 1 pt John PEPPER & William LOCKE of North Anne St City of Dublin Merchants, of other pt. Joshua JACKSON having occasion for the sum of £300 applied to John PEPPER & William LOCKE and leased a dwelling house on North Side of High Street marked #29 [description – bounded on the north by wall of St. Audeon Church] for life of Joshua JACKSON and of Abigail Harvey JACKSON his wife and of Joshua JACKSON (son of the said Joshua JACKSON party thereto) aged about 14 years. WITNESS: Thomas JACKSON of Parnell Place Co. Dublin, Gent & John Daniel  LYON attorney, City of Dublin.

NOTE; Joshua JACKSON (1789-1836) was originally from Youghall, Co. Cork. SEE: Quaker JACKSONs of Cork, Dublin & Tipperary

436

801

197

540732

BROWNE

Armagh

1825 Mar 30

BROWNE-STRONGE 1821-1825

Thomas BROWNE, Dublin Doctor of Medicine. Derryhaw [Derryhaw, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh

Fellows Hall [Crearum, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh]

 

801

237

540772

JACKSON, John

Monaghan

1826 Apr 2

CRAWLEY 1825-1827

Image 175

Btw John JACKSON of Drumfaldra, Co. Monaghan of 1 pt;  Catherine CRAWLEY of Briansford, Co. Down, widow of other pt.  John JACKSON in Consideration of £1,000 granted 117a of Mullinanaul, Barony Cremourne, Co. Monaghan …

436

801

309

540844

JACKSON,  George

John

Mayo

1825 Apr 8

JACKSON- JACKSON. Names Index 1825-1829

Col George JACKSON of North Mayo regiment stationed at Athlone, Co. Westmeath of the 1 pt & George JACKSON son of said George JACKSON reciting May 4 1804 marriage of Sidney VAUGHAN to George JACKSON… William ORME…

SEE: JACKSONs of Enniscoe and Carramore, Co. Mayo

436

801

320

540855

JACKSON, William & Elizabeth & Oliver

Mayo

Sligo

1814 May 3

--- Marriage Arts 1825-1827

Image 232

Thomas ORME of Abbeytown Co. Mayo Esq of 1st pt & William JACKSON of Prospect Co. Mayo Esq Col of North Mayo Regiment of Militia surviving trustee in will of William ORME late of Abbeytown deceased of 2nd pt. Elizabeth JACKSON 4th daughter of Col George JACKSON late of Prospect aforesaid deceased & Oliver C. JACKSON Major in said regiment & executor of last will of George JACKSON and guardian of Elizabeth JACKSON of 3rd pt; George ORMSBY of Gortnar Abbey and George JACKSON Carramore Co. Mayo Esq. of 4th pt & James JACKSON of North Mayo Regiment of Militia and Francis JACKSON of Coloomy Co. Sligo Esq of 5th pt. Reciting that a marriage was about to be had btw Thomas ORME & Elizabeth JACKSON….

SEE: JACKSONs of Enniscoe and Carramore, Co. Mayo

436

801

371

540906

JACKSON, Robert

Dublin

1825 Mar 26

Image 265

BTW William SALL Brevit Major in his Majesty’s 47th Regiment and then of Cheltenham UK of 1 pt & Robert JACKSON of Sackville St City of Dublin Merchant of other pt. … granted 7a 2r 29p of lands of Ole Merrion in City of Dublin … WITNESS; William Robert CROKER of City of Dublin, Gent Attorney…

 

801

377

540912

JACKSON, John

Antrim

1807 Aug 27

SUFFERN 1825-1827

Image 269

John JACKSON was one of the executors of James SUFFERIN late of Belfast, Co. Antrim, Merchant

436

802

135

541270

 

Armagh

1825 Apr 20

HAMILTON to BLACK Liscolget aka Liscalgat, Liscalgot 1821-1825

Image 100

BTW Rev. Richard HAMILTON of Salestown, Co. Meath Clerk of 1st pt & Mrs. Jane BLACK of City of Londonderry widow of the 2nd. And Thomas BLACK of City of Dublin one of the attorneys of the 3rd pt. Reciting 8 May 1815 btw Rev. Richard HAMILTON Rector of parish of Dunboyne of 1st pt, Catherin TIPPING spinster then a minor and Francis TIPPING guardian of 2nd pt; Thomas BALL Esq. one of the Masters and James HALL of the 3rd pt & Robert HAMILTON and Benjamin GEALE Esqs. Of 4th pt executed previous to marriage of Richard HAMILTON and Catherine TIPPING and by force of indenture 12 Apr 1820 btw said Richard HAMILTON and said Catherine his wife of 1st pt; Paul Christopher HAMILTON of 2nd pt & Thomas BALL & James HALL of 3rd pt and by force of a certain fine levied and a recover suffered in pursuance of said articles and settlement the said Richard HAMILTON was then seized for his life of one undivided 3rd pt or share the whole into three equal parts to be divided of and in the Towns Lands & premises therin and herein in Barony of Fews, Co. Armagh and reciting that said Richard HAMILTON being indebted to said Jane BLACK to sum of £4,000 to grant to her an annuity of £430  chargeable on said lands for term of 100 years provided said Richard HAMILTON shall live … townlands  Annagad otherwise Annaghgad [Annaghgad, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper],  Coolnarork [??],,  Coolderry otherwise Coulderry [Coolderry, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] and Clarena otherwise Clarenagh [Claranagh, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper],  Clonalegg otherwise Clonbeg [Clonalig, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper],  Cappy [Cappagh, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper],  Dromack [??],  Drunmock [Drummuck, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper],  Dromboe otherwise Drumbee [possibly Drumboy, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper],  Glassdrumaughty otherwise Glassdrummaghty [Glasdrumman, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper],  Liscolgil otherwise Liscolgea otherwise Leaskalket otherwise Liscolgeth [Liscalgat, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper,  Lissard [Lissaraw, Parish Killevy (Upper Orior portion), Barony Orior Upper],  Maghbane otherise Mighbane otherwise Moybane [Moybane, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper],  Ballynaghy otherwise Ballynahee otherwise Ballynaghy [possibly Ballynacarry, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper],  Carnconagh otherwise Creenenagh otherwise Tircenagh otherwise Creenanagh otherwise Teneevagh otherwise Canveragh [possibly Creenkill, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper],  Drumbally otherwise Drombally [Drumbally, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper]  and Tullyvallen [NOTE: It could be one of the HAMILTON Tullyvallen holdings: Tullyvallan (Hamilton) East or Tullyvallan (Hamilton) West  or one of the TIPPING Tullyvallen holdings: Tullyvallan (Tipping) East  or Tullyvallan (Tipping) West . All were initially in Parish Creggan but then (when boundaries shifted) in Parish Newtownhamilton, in the Barony of Fews Upper]all in Barony of Fews to hold for 100 years … with power of said Jane BLACK to enter upon said lands and to hold and enjoy same and receive the rents and profits to her … WITNESS: John MURRAY one of the attorneys and Robert William BOYD Merchant both of Londonderry. Richard HAMILTON [SEAL]

15

802

318

541453

JACKSON, Josh

Dublin

1825 May 5

DeMONTMORENCY 1825-1827

Image 223

BTW John EARNSHAW of Grafton ST City of Dublin Esq, alderman of City of Dublin & Joseph JACKSON of Windy Harbour Co. Dublin, Bleacher and Cotton Manufacturer of 2nd pt & Raymond Hervey DeMONTMORENCY Esq. Lieutenant Colonel of her Majesty’s Regiment Royal York Hussars residing in City of Dublin of 3rd pt. John EARNSHAW & Joseph JACKSON surrendered to DeMONTMORENCY townlands of Thanahy [Taney?] otherwise called Churchtown [Churchtown Lower or Churchtown Upper] formerly in possession of Mary HALL and now in tenure of John EARNSHAW in the Half Barony of Rathdown, Co. Dublin containing 6a 9p Plantation Measure meared and bounded on a part of the north by a water course known by name of back watercourse … [more description – and bounded by road leading from Milltown to Dublin and partly by said watercourse] … WITNESS: Edward PONSONBY of Harcourt St Gent & Redmond Morris HUTCHISON. Attorney. John EARNSHAW [SEAL] Joseph JACKSON [SEAL]

SOURCE: I see from the 25'' Inch Historical Map of Dublin that the Navan Road was called Windy Harbour. Boards.ie

SOURCE: Windy Harbour in the Parish Blanchards Town. Bary. of Castleknock & Co. Dublin, Longfield Map Collection.

NOTE: I suspect that Joseph JACKSON was a brother of the cotton manufacturer Samuel JACKSON husband of Anne BOARDMAN.

436

802

321

541456

JACKSON, Humphry T

Dublin

Monaghan

Tyrone Armagh

 

WINDER 1825-1827

Image 225 (transcribed with voice recognition – may need edit)

BTW Humphry Thompson JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. of 1st pt; Robert THOMPSON of Bushford, Co. Monaghan Esq of 2nd pt; Charles FOX of Rutland Square City of Dublin Barrister & Rev. Francis FOX Clerk brother of said Charles FOX of 3rd pt; Rev. Francis GERVAIS of Cecil Co. Tyrone Clerk of 4th pt; John WINDER of City & Co. Armagh Esq of 5th pt. Reciting indenture 1 Nov 1672 btw James ROS then of Portavo Co. Down Esq of one pt & John JACKSON then of Ballyregan Co. Down Esq. of other pt. James ROS demised to John JACKSON townland of Ballyregan formerly possessed by John DURHAM and all that parcel of land formerly possessed by Robert JACKSON father of said John JACKSON and then in said John JACKSON’s possession in parish of Dundonnell Co. Down … for yearly rent £18 English sterling … Humphry Thompson JACKSON held all estate by deed granted to John JACKSON [note Humphry Thompson JACKSON was a great-grandson of John JACKSON (1667-1725) and great-great-grandson of Robert JACKSON] . Reciting 2 Jun 1821 William JOHNSTON of Brooksvale Co. Monaghan Esq. & Ralph DAWSON of Dromore Cottage Co. Monaghan Esq & Robert THOMPSON entered into a recognizance reciting … Made in the course of Chancery of Ireland bearing date the 29th day of May 1821 and made in a certain cause there in depending were in John Johnson was plaintiff and Thomas COOTE Esquire and others were defendants and William Johnson had been appointed receiver of lands and premises in pledges  … And lean on the estate of Robert THOMPSON and reciting that by deed dated the 21st day of September, then last made between Robert THOMPSON of the first part, said Francis GERVAISE of the second part the Right Honorable Grace Countess Dowager Farnham of the third part and said Charles and Francis FOX of the fourth part after reciting that said Robert THOMPSON, then stood seized to him in his heirs of an estate in fee simple or inheritance in the lands of Clonmore and that said Francis GERVAIS and contract it was said Robert THOMPSON for the absolute purchase of said last mentioned lands for sum of £4500 that said Countess of Farnham had agreed to lend to said Francis the sum of £5000 part four of was to be applied to the purchase of said lands upon said lands being conveyed as a security for the payment and for that purpose. It had been agreed that the conveyance of said lands and premises should be made by said Robert THOMPSON to said Charles and Francis FOX upon the trusts therein after mentioned …Robert THOMPSON granted to Charles and Francis FOX the townland of Clonmore alias Derrigewer situate in Moyeagh Barony of Clogher Co. Tyrone … Humphry Thompson JACKSON had agreed to grant townland of Ballyregan to said John WINDER his executors, administrators and assigns for 500 years upon the trusts thereafter mentioned. … Humphry Thompson JACKSON at the desire of said Robert Thompson by direction of said Charles FOX Francis FOX and Francis GERVAIS is granted to John WINDER lands of Ballyregan… WITNESS: William Kerr NESBITT of Heath Lodge Co. Cavan Gent & Edward WILSON jun of Brasfort Co. Tipperary Gent.

SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down who first settled in Dundonald

436

803

459

542194

JACKSON, John

Eleanor

Sarah

Dorcas

Monaghan

Dublin

Tyrone Armagh

1825 Jun 10

JACKSON-JOHNSTON. Names Index 1825-1829 1825-1827

Deed of Mtg  btw John JACKSON of Cremorne Green, Co. Monaghan, Merchant of 1st pt & Eleanor JACKSON, Sarah JACKSON and Dorcas JACKSON of the City of Dublin spinsters of the 2nd pt. and Thomas JOHNSTON of Longfield, Co. Monaghan of 3rd pt. Reciting £400 to each of the girls part of legacies of £800 bequeathed to each of them by their father’s will.

SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath

436

804

226

542561

DAWSON

Antrim

1824 Apr 5

DAWSON,  James & John – Marriage Articles NOTES in 2009 diary 1825-1829

Between Rev John BRADSHAW of Islandmagee [Parish Islandmagee, Barony Belfast Lower], Co. Antrim, Clerk of 1st part & Tamazine DAWSON eldest daughter of Admiral John DAWSON of Carrickfergus  [Carrickfergus, Parish Carrickfergus, Barony Carrickfergus or St Nicholas] of 2nd part & John Boyd GILMORE & Robert SCOTT Barristers & Clerk of Dublin (long deed).

 

804

410

542745

BROWN

Monaghan

1825 Jun 16

BROWN-BROWN NOTES in 2009 diary Book 48 (1821-1825)

Between William BROWN of Ednafirkin, Co. Armagh [sic], farmer of the one part & Samuel BROWN of the said town of the other part. Whereby the said William BROWN did demise to the said Samuel BROWN his heirs and assigns all that and those that part of the town and lands of Ednafirkin as then in his actual possession containing 4 acres ... Parish of Tullycorbit, Co. Monaghan for natural life and lives of Archibald BROWNE, Samuel BROWN & Thomas McCULLAGH. WITNESS: Josiah ROBINSON & Robert WILLSON, both of Ballibay, Gents.

 

804

410

542746

McCULLAGH

 Monaghan

1825 Jun 20

McMURRAY-McCULLAGH NOTES in 2009 diary Book 48 (1821-1825)

Between John McMURRAY of Drumgabeny, Co. Monaghan, Gent of one part & Thomas McCULLAGH & James McCULLAGH both of Ballibay aforesaid in said Co. Merchants of the other part reciting lease 2 April 1789 Henry LESLIE of Ballybay demised to Peter ASTON of Ballybay ... tenement in Albert St., Ballybay ... [?] John McMURRAY made over to Thomas & Joseph McCULLAGH the said tenement in Albert Street as formerly in possession of said John McMURRAY and then in possession of said Thomas McCULLAGH & James McCULLAGH. WITNESS: William DUNN, schoolmaster; Isaiah ROBINSON Shopman, both of Ballybay.

 

804

417

542752

JACKSON, Josh D.

Dublin

1825 Jul 2

MASON 1825-1827

Image 289

BTW John BEATTY of Molesworth St City of Dublin Doctor of Medicine, Joseph Devonshire JACKSON of Leeson St Cit of Dublin, Barrister & Benjamin BALL jr. of Leeson St attorney. Trustees of last will of John Gore SWORDS late of City of Dublin Esq. of 1 pt. Henry Joseph Monk MASON of Kildare St City of Dublin of other pt. ….

436

804

501

542836

JACKSON, Saml

Dublin

1825 May 6

CHAMBERS In trust 1825-1827

Image 342

BTW Samuel JACKSON Gent of Est Place in Liberties of City of Dublin Cotton Manufacturer of 1 pt; John CHAMBERS of Cavendish Row City of Dublin Esq. Trustee for Wilson Mills Hall CHAMBERS of City of Dublin Merchants and CoPartners in Trade ….

436

805

70

543005

JACKSON, Jas

Wicklow

Dublin

1825 Jul 21

BEERS 1825-1827

Image 52

BTW Edwin SANDYS of Bahania Co. Wicklow Esq. of 1st pt; James JACKSON of Jervis St City of Dublin Esq. & Rev. Andrew William McCREIGHT of Farnham, Co. Cavan Clerk of 2nd pt. & Mary BEERS of Parsons Hut[?] Co. Down, Spinster of 3rd pt. Reciting intermarriage of Edwin SANDYS with Margaretta McCREIGHT since deceased the said Margaretta McCREIGHT had co-signed unto the said James JACKSON and Andrew William McCREIGHT the sum of £2,000 in said will mentioned and all her proportions of £7,000  to hold by James JACKSON and Andrew William McCREIGHT in trust for any children, but Margaretta died without issue … transferred to Mary BEERS ….

436

805

158

543093

JACKSON, Thomas & Catherine

Pennsylvania

Donegal

1825 Mar 11

STEWART  1825-1827

STEWART otherwise McILIVAIN otherwise CANON [NOTE: I had MARTIN not McILIVAIN]

Image 119

between Thomas JACKSON of County of Huntington, Pennsylvania in United States of America and Katherine JACKSON otherwise McILVAIN otherwise CANON his wife, widow of the Reverend Alexander McILVAIN of the first part. Alexander ENNIS of West Township in the County of Huntington aforesaid and Rebecca ENNIS otherwise McILVAINE his wife, daughter of the said Reverend Alexander McILVAIN deceased of the second part. {more McILVAINE daughters mention in other pts]  … lands in Co. Donegal … Thomas JACKSON [SEAL]

436

805

184

543120

BALL, Thomas

Dublin

Mayo

1820 Jun 12

Image 149

RUTLEDGE OSBORNE BALL etc – many participents in this doc.

 

805

325

543260

PUREFOY, Rev. Thomas

 

1825 Aug 9

JOLY

Image 252

BTW Rev. Thomas PUREFOY of Banagher, Kings Co. clerk of 1 pt & Rev Henry Edward JOLY of Clonbulloge Kings Co. clerke of other pt. Reciting that said Thomas PUREEFOY was at or immediately before the execution therefore seized in his Demesne of a good and indefeasible Estate of Inheritance in fee simple and that JOLY had agreed to purchase of fee simple for £176.19.6 for a plot of ground in Town of Clonbulloge together with dwelling house out houses offices and all other buildings …

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree

 

805

338

543273

 

Monaghan

1821-1825

McTEAR-DAVISON Book 48 (1821-1825)

 

806

69

543604

JACKSON, George

Tipperary

1825 Aug 30

JACKSON-MIDDLETON. Names Index 1825-1829

Image 56

BTW Richard KYFFIN of Catherlogh, Co. Tipperary Esq. of 1st pt George JACKSON of Mountpleasant [Parish Nenagh, Barony Lower Ormond and Upper Ormond.]Tipperary, Esq. of the 2nd pt and Thomas Falkner MIDDLETON of Elm Hill Co. Tipperary of 3rd pt … lands of Keelwing containing 712a 3r 3p [NOTE: The only likely townland that is close to this size is Nenagh North,] and Ballygagrea containing 40a 9p in Barony of Upper Ormond Co. Tipperary… part of Killowing called Tooragh containing 99a 3r 27p by deed 10 Aug 1825 confirmed to George JACKSON … WITNESS: George LANGFORD City of Dublin Attorney and William JACKSON of Mountpleasant Co. Tipperary Esq.

NOTE: Could “KIFFIN” be “TYFFIN”?

436

806

252

543787

OLIVER

Monaghan

1825 Sep 7

MONTGOMERY-OLIVER NOTES in 2009 diary Book 48 (1821-1825)

Image 181

Between Francis MONTGOMERY of Belfast, Dr. of Medicine, only son & heir of Rev. William MONTGOMERY formerly of Ballyeaston [Ballyeaston, Parish Ballycor, Barony Antrim Upper], Co. Antrim deceased of 1st part. Charles OLIVER, Henry OLIVER & Thomas OLIVER Esq. & Roswell Lynan COLT Esq. & Margaret COLT orse OLIVER his wife and Emily OLIVER spinster all of the City of Baltimore, USA & James CRAIG & John Charles CRAIG both of Philadelphia, USA, Esq. & Nicholas RIDDLE [BIDDLE?] (and Jane his wife)of Philadelphia, USA Esq. Jane RIDDLE orse CRAIG his wife of 2nd part & Robert OLIVER formerly of Trooperfield, Co. Down afterwards of Belfast but then of Baltimore … Francis MONTGOMERY sold several townlands in Monaghan to OLIVERs who sold them to Robert OLIVER (in his actual possession): Covallin, Annamartin, Togan [Togan, Parish Drumsnat, Barony Monaghan], Drumganiagh, Mulladoe orse Blackhill orse Smithborough, Coolsallagh, Mullebrack [Mullabrack, Parish Drumsnat, Barony Monaghan], Coolalty [Coolatty, Parish Drumsnat, Barony Monaghan] , Annya, Maghry, Cor Gortneagh, Clenlaugh, Cornebane otherwise Balnekinty with the fairs and markets thereunto belonging all in Co. Monaghan. WITNESS to Francis MONTGOMERY, Thomas OLIVER and Roswell Lynan COLT by James ARTHUR of Belfast Gent Atty at law & Raymond SAVAGE of Belfast Gent apprentice of Alexander ARTHUR also of Belfast Atty at Law. Francis MOTGOMERY [SEAL] Thomas OLIVER [SEAL] Roswell L. COLT [SEAL]

NOTE: The Parish of Drumsnat is on the southern border of the Parish of Tedavnet. In 1824, a Robert OLIVER was recorded in the Parish Register at Tedavnet. Monaghan Church Registers.

 

806

412

543947

JACKSON, George

Carlow

1825 Sep 27

JACKSON-PRICE. Names Index 1825-1829

Image 284

George JACKSON of Mountain View Co Carlow, attorney at law of 1 pt and Richard PRICE town of Carlow, County Carlow Stationer and Bookseller of the other pt. Reciting indenture 3 May 1825 PRICE granted to JACKSON lease of town and lands of Bullock park containing 3 1/2a on which Richard PRICE has lately erected and built a Slated House or Cottage and offices and gardens attached… bounded on the East by another part of Bullock Park in possession of Richard Price on the West by the High road leading from Carlow to Dunleckney commonly called the Ballyhannon road on the North by a field also in the possession of said Richard PRICE and on the south by another part of said lands of Bullock Park in possession of William MORAN Esq. in Parish, Barony and Co. Carlow to hold to said George JACKSON … witnessed that said George JACKSON for consideration sold to Richard PRICE all the town and lands of Bullock Park 3 1/2a … WITNESS: Henry HOVENDEN of Town of Carlow Gent one of the attorneys. Memorial WITNESS: Henry HOVENDEN & Timothy CONNOLLY of Town & Co. Carlow painter. George JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: Mountain View – based on contemporary real estate descriptions was possibly in Myshall or Pollerton or Hacketstown. The townland of Pollerton Big is the best bet since there is a green space on Mountain View Street on the eastern part of the Town of Carlow.

A few decades later, a William FITZMAURICE Esq resided at Mountain-view Co. Carlow. SOURCE: Parliamentary papers 1780-1849  Vol 11, part 2.

NOTE: I need to check signatures on the off chance that he was the Attorney George JACKSON of Urker. The Hacketsville possibility is compelling.

436

808

156

544892

McCULLAGH

 Monaghan

1825 Jun 9

McCULLAGH-McCULLAGH Book 48 (1821-1825)

Thomas McCULLAGH of Dunraymond  Co Monaghan & James McCULLAGH of Derryvalley Esq. Thomas granted to James town and lands of Corfad & part of the lands of Derrivalley cont abt 17 acres held under Charles Albert LESLIE Esq all situate in Co Monaghan witnessed by Thomas McCULLAGH of Ballybay & Alexander MOORE of Lanton, both in Monaghan.

 

808

301

545036

DAWSON

Dublin

1825 Nov 17

DAWSON, Mary –Marriage Articles 1825-1829

Robert ROBERTS of South Great George St Dublin Trimming Merchant of 1st pt & Mary DAWSON of South Ring Rd. Of said City spinster & Linen Merchant of 2nd pt.... George DAWSON of High Street in sd City Grocer....sd Mary DAWSON possessed of a sum of 1,000 pounds

 

809

188

545524

McCULLAGH, James

 Monaghan

1825 Aug 14

WITNESS: James McCULLAGH of Anneramp [probably Annacramph, Parish of Tehallan], Co Monaghan. PMcW

 

809

201

545536

JACKSON, Hugh

 

1825-1827

TENNENT

436

810

118

546053

COULTER

 

1826 Jan 1

COULTER, Wm-TURNER 1825-1827

William COULTER of Ballygawley

d

811

217

546752

COULTER

Louth

1825 Dec 5

COULTER, Samuel-COULTER Image – was filed under unk in

1825 December 5 NAMES: Samuel COULTER of Carnbeg; James DICKIE of Carrickastuck; Samuel COULTER of Dowdallshill; Robert COULTER of Carnbeg; Samuel COULTER late of Carnbeg; Joseph COULTER; Sir Robert JOCELYN - Earl of Roden; Unnamed JEFFRIE aka JEFFRY; Lennox BIGGER; Thomas COULTER; Joseph COULTER; Samuel COULTER; John CARMICHAEL; Thomas COULTER of Dowdallshill; Thomas BRADFORD of Carnbeg; Daniel BARTATILE [possibly: BASTABLE?]; Oliver MOORE. OTHER PLACES: Carnmore; Ballinahattin; Sportsmanshall; Glebe - all in Co. Louth.

d

811

403

546938

JACKSON, Elizabeth & Mary & John

Dublin

1826 Feb 23

MONK in trust 1825-1827

Image 286

BTW Elizabeth JACKSON the elder of Grafton St City of Dublin, widow of 1st pt; William MONKS Esq. of 2nd pt; Elizabeth JACKSON the younger & Mary JACKSON spinster of 3rd pt John JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent of 4th pt. Reciting lease 9 Apr 1790  George GRAY of City of Dublin Esq. demised to said Elizabeth JACKSON the elder by her then name of Elizabeth REYNOLDS of City of Dublin Spinster the dwelling house on the West side of Grafton St City of Dublin now in possession of George GRAY #104. [description] … Reciting indenture 27 April 1790 Elizabeth REYNOLDS assigned her interest in said premises to Bridget REYNOLDS since deceased and afterwards intermarried with one John JACKSON since deceased … property reverted to Elizabeth JACKSON the elder by her mother’s will … Elizabeth JACKSON [SEAL]

436

812

15

547150

JACKSON, Anne

Mayo

1826 Mar 13

---- Marriage Arts 1825-1827

Image 13

William ORME of Glenmore, Co. Mayo Esq. of 1st part; Anne JACKSON daughter of George JACKSON of Prospect Co. Mayo, Esq of 2nd pt

436

812

449

547584

JACKSON, John

Dublin

Kings

1826 Apr 11

Image 279

Pre-marriage William ABBOTT Registrar of the House of Industry in Dublin. Charge on property in Birr, Kings Co.  to be married to Elizabeth CRANFIELD.

Rev Thomas & Sarah CRANFIELD of Co. Wexford (of 1st pt). Elizabeth CRANFIELD spinster & only daughter of 2nd pt.  William ABBOTT Registrar of the House of Industry in Dublin of 3rd pt. William READ of City of Dublin Esq. & John JACKSON Esq Dublin City of the House of Industry of 4th pt. Marriage settlement 2 Nov 1799 & life interest in two dwelling houses situate on the Bridge of Birr in Town of Birr Kings Co. & reciting  marriage to be had btw William ABBOTT & Elizabeth CRANFIELD … Witnesses: Charles Croker KING; Samuel Croker KING; William REID Esq of Dublin City & Sarah USHER of Co. Wexford.

NOTE: William ABBOTT’s parents were Samuel ABBOTT & Elizabeth JACKSON.

 

812

492

547627

JACKSON, Geo

Antrim

1826 Apr 15

JACKSON 1825-1827

Error: I had bk 819. The digital version of that book starts with Memorial # 551337.

JACKSON-JACKSON. Names Index 1825-1829

 Btw George JACKSON of Artnagullen [Artnagullian, Parish Connor, Barony Antrim Lower], Co. Antrim Gent of 1 pt & Luke JACKSON & George JACKSON the younger both of Artnagullen, Co. Antrim sons of the aforesaid George JACKSON…. Reciting a lease to lands of Loonburn [Loonburn, Parish Kilbride, Barony Antrim Upper] 167a  3r 39p and also part of lands of Corncoule [possibly Carncome, Parish Connor, Barony Antrim Lower] situate in Parish of Connor, B of Antrim Co Antrim con 9a 2r 33p…

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

436

813

440

548175

JACKSON, Jas

Dublin

Kings

1826 May 11

HENDERSON 1825-1827

Image 297

BTW James JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & James HENDERSON of City of Dublin Esq of the other. For £646  granted lands of Borrepodge [?] 27a 7p  in Barony Garrycastle, Kings Co… lands of Borrefadda [Parkaree or Boherfadda Parish Lemanaghan, Barony Garrycastle 7a 2r in Barony Garrycastle, Kings Co … witness William HENDERSON of Edenderry [Edenderry, Parish Monasteroris, Barony Coolestown],.

436

814

208

548543

DICKIE

 

1825-1827

DICKIE, John-MOORE

Image 125

John DICKIE of Lower Gardiner Street.

 

814

572

548907

PUREFOY, Rev. Thomas

Britain

Roscommon

Kings

Dublin

1826 Apr 7

Image 385

BTW Ewan LAW of Worsted Place in Kingdom of Great Britain the eldest brother and heir at law of Rt. Rev. John LAW deceased late Lord Bishop of Clonfort & Kilmacduagh of 1st pt. Rev Thomas HACKETT Vicar of Boyle Co. Roscommon sole executor of the said Lord Bishop of Clonfort of 2nd pt. The Rev Thomas PUREFOY of Banagher Kings Co. Clerk of 3rd pt & Robert TURBOTT of Bachelor’s Walk City of Dublin Esq. of 4th pt. Reciting lease 15 Mar 1738 William PUREFOY Esq therein described granted the hereditaments and premised therein described and further reciting … and in consideration of £500 to Ewan LAW paid by Robert TURBOTT and by direction of Thomas HACKETT and also by the consent of said Thomas PUREFOY granted to Robert TURBOTT in his actual possession  all that William PUREFOY’s part of Manor Castle Town and Lands of Purefoy’s Place otherwise Clonbulloge containing 600a English measure in Kings Co. … 13 March 1738 … reciting Indenture of release 13 Mar 1738 or of deed 27 Jun 1786 mentioned n last will of John LAW …

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree

 

815

166

549101

OLIVER

Cork

1825-1827

OLIVER, Charles & Anne-MARR (NOTE: There ar more such links in 1828-1832)

1826 May 4 Marriage settlement btw Robert Rogers ALDWORTH  of Newmarket House, Co. Cork  of 1st pt & Rev John ADWORTH 2nd son or Robert Rogers ALDWORTH of 2nd pt. Charles Deane OLIVER of [?] Hill,  Co. Limerick and Anne, one of Charles’ daughters

 

815

498

549433

JACKSON, Richd

Longford

1826 Jun 19

WIGGINS 1825-1827

Image 350

Btw Richard JACKSON of Longhill, Co. Longford, Gent of 1 pt & Robert WIGGINS of Granard. Co. Longford of other pt.

.. Richard JACKSON was indebted to Robert WIGGANS and leased lands of Canlogue [Culloge?] Parish of  Mostrim  … Richard JACKSON [SEAL]

 

815

512

549448

 

Meath

1826 Jul 21

Image 357

This is an unusual Memorial in that it contains lengthy and detailed charts of leases in Kells, & Moate in Co. Meath. It is several pages long and lists the names of all tenants. The name of interest to me is Johnathon William BALL, one of the parties to the land transfer.

 

815

513

549449

 

Meath

1825 Oct 21

Image 362

This is an unusual Memorial in that it contains lengthy and detailed charts of leases in Kells, Co. Meath – townlands Tyanstown, Rockfordsland  otherwise Ballynamond & Moate. . It is several pages long and lists the names of all tenants. The name of interest to me is Johnathon William BALL, one of the parties to the land transfer.

 

815

528

549263

JACKSON, Wm

Dublin

Tyrone

1823 Feb 6

SHAW Ge W 1825-1827

Image 235

BTW William JACKSON formerly of the Coombe Co. Dublin but then of Ronehill [sic Rhonehill] Co. Tyrone , Gent of 1 pt; John SHAW of Aredee St., Co. Dublin Merchant and Sarah SHAW otherwise SPROULE his wife which said Sarah was devisee and executrix of her late husband Solomon SPROULE Merchant deceased of other pt. … transfer of land on Ardee Street called the Booter Park whereon were several houses at corner of Ardee St. and Ardee Row 20’ by 23’ to the west on Crooked Staff 68’3” and to north adjoining RUSSELL’s holding 1325’ and to the east to William TRAVERS ground 62’ and on south to Mutton Lane 119’ in Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore, Co. Dublin … more detail … William JACKSON [SEAL] WITNESS: William Jackson GREER & Thomas GREER both of Rone Hill [sic Rhone Hill] Co. Tyrone Linen merchants. “The abovenamed Thomas Greer being of the profession of the people called Quakers upon his affirmation saith he is a subscribing witness …”

William JACKSON (1737-1823) SEE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

 

816

130

549665

JACKSON, Allen

Dublin

1826 Aug 8

Maguire 1825-1827

Allen JACKSON of Kevinspoint Co. Dublin painter and glazier of 1st pt  Thomas BUSHE of Cuff St, City of Dublin Stone Cutter and Catherine BUSHE  otherwise HAMMOND his wife of the 2nd pt. & Luke MAGUIRE of  Digg St painter and Glazier … lands of Cullenswood situated Anne Street Renelagh near City of Dublin.191’ in front to Ann st. … lives of Allen JACKSON, John JACKSON and Thomas JACKSON sons to Allen JACKSON … lengthy lease…

NOTE: Allen JACKSON jr. was probably baptized at St. Peters CoI, Dublin in 1802. Parents residing on Cuffe Street, mother Jane. Brother Joseph at same church, 1805 (Father Allen JACKSON, mother Joan) – another Joseph with same parental names on 1815). There was also possibly a brother Simon baptized 1816, a sister Sarah JACKSON baptised 1817, John JACKSON, 1800; Elizabeth JACKSON 1806; Thomas JACKSON 1803; In 1845, an Alan JACKSON of Rathfarnam died age 80.

 

816

249

549784

JACKSON, Humphry

Down

1826 May 10

Blackwood in trust 1825-1827

BTW Humphry Thompson JACKSON of Ballyregan and County Down Esq. of the first part Francis HAMILTON of the city of Dublin barrister at Law, John Hamilton of Ballyalloly, Co. Down  Esq. captain in the Royal North Down militia, the Rev. Edward HAMILTON of Philipstown [Barony Lower Philipstown or Upper Philipstown], and the Kings County clerk County clerk, Abigail SMYTHE otherwise HAMILTON wife of Thomas SMYTHE of Bennison Lodge Co. Westmeath Esq. Mary BLACKWOOD otherwise HAMILTON wife of [Prinkston] BLACKWOOD of Killileagh  County down Esq., Charlotte HAMILTON of Belfast in the County of Antrim spinster of the second part. Barbara STAPLES of Belfast in the County of Antrim widow of the third part and the said [Prinkston]  BLACKWOOD of Killileagh  Esq. of the fourth part. After reciting is there is recited in the bargain and sale for a year he the said Humphry Thompson JACKSON by the direction appointment and with the consent and approval of the said Francis HAMILTON John HAMILTON Edward HAMILTON Abigail SMYTHE Mary BLACKWOOD Charlotte HAMILTON also the said Barbara STAPLES testified by there being executing parties thereto and for the consideration there and agreed and mentioned did grant bargain cell assign release and confirm and they the said Francis HAMILTON John HAMILTON Edward HAMILTON Abigail SMYTHE Mary BLACKWOOD in Charlotte HAMILTON and each of them to grant bargain sale alien release ratify and confirm under the said [Pinkston] BLACKWOOD and unto his heirs and assigns all that and those the mansion House offices Demesne Bogs town and lands of Ballyalloly convening 320 acres Cunningham measure.. Lately in the actual occupation and enjoyment of the late John HAMILTON deceased is under tents and caught years and then in the occupation and enjoyment of the said Pinkston BLACKWOOD all of said lands and premises are situate lying and being in the parish of Comber barony of Castlereagh and County of Down. … term of 1,000 years…

SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down who first settled in Dundonald

 

816

389

549925

JACKSON, Robert W

Armagh

1826 Aug 18

Image 265

between Robert William JACKSON of the City of London barrister at law Esq. of the one part and John JACKSON Esq. of Green Park in the County of Armagh of the other. In consideration of £923.1.6 granted to John JACKSON the tenement & Dwelling House back houses offices and Gardens formerly in possession of Richard WHITTINGTON and his undertenants in Irish Street City of Armagh one tenement containing in front to Irish Street 37’ and extending in the rere to New Lane and in breadth to New Lane 54’ bounded on the North by Mr. HUTCHINSONs tenement and on the south by Charter School Lane the other tenement containing in front to Irish Street 94’ bounded on the North by Mr. HUTCHINSONs tenement and on the South by Charter School Lane in depth from front to rere 103’ and in breadth in the rere 21’ bounded on the North by Charter School Lane and on the South by tenements in possession of Mrs. MACAN and also that Garden or lot of ground next to and adjoining his Grace the Lord Primates Demesne containing 3r 16p English measure and also tenement on north side of Primrose Lane in City of Armagh containing 274’ in front to Primrose Lane, 140’ in depth fronting New Lane leading to the Charter School in the whole 1r 32p all formerly held by Owen CALLAGHAN and afterwards in possession of said Richard WHITTINGTON and also all that Dwelling House formerly occupied by Mr. McCRACKEN and also the Coach House adjoining formerly in possession of the late Samuel FALKNER of City of Dublin Esq. and afterwards in possession of Richard WHITTINGTON bounded in part to Charter School Lane in front to said Lane containing 30’ bounded on the West by part of said Richard WHITTINGTONs tenement and on the North by a part of said Richard WHITTINGTON’s tenement and containing in breadth on the North 30’ and on the East by part of said Richard WHITTINGTONs containing in length to east side 47’ to hold to John JACKSON … and the said Robert William JACKSON did thereby for himself his executors and administrators covenant together with the said John JACKSON his executors .. that he the said Robert William JACKSON had then in himself good right full power with the said John JACKSON all the above leases. WITNESS: Silvester QUINN Gent & William TWINANE [?] farmer. Robert William JACKSON [SEAL] John JACKSON [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Tartaraghan.

 

816

391

549926

JACKSON, Robt W

Armagh

1826 Aug 18

JACKSON 1825-1827

Image 266

between Robert William JACKSON of the City of London barrister at law Esq. of the one part and John JACKSON of Green Park in the County of Armagh of the other … Reciting Robert William JACKSON in consideration of 923.1.6  ½  paid by John JACKSON sold to John JACKSON all his share in Robert William JACKSON of equity to come out of a mtge debt of 2,000 due and owing by William BYERS of town of Claremount Co. Armagh which Robert William JACKSON was equally entitled with John JACKSON by virtue of the will of Robert JACKSON late of the city and County of Armagh Esq. deceased .. half town and lands of Colonmaine otherwise Clononaine otherwise Claymain [Clonmain, Parish Loughgall (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] in Barony of ONeiland West Co. Armagh. … WITNESS: Silvester QUINN Gent & William TWINANE [?] farmer. Robert William JACKSON [SEAL] John JACKSON [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Tartaraghan.

 

816

595

550130

JACKSON, Frances ors JOHNSTONE

Monaghan

1826 Sep 11

JACKSON-McDOWELL. Names Index 1825-1829

In trust. Btw Joseph CUNNINGHAM of Crieve & John JACKSON of Drumfaldra Co Monaghan Esqs of Monaghan executors of will of John JACKSON sr. Late of Crieve Esq deceased. Of first part. Hugh JACKSON of Derryagooney of said Co Esq eldest son of said John JACKSON deceased… & Frances JOHNSTON otherwise JACKSON daughter of John JACKSON and wife of Rev John JOHNSTON of the 6th pt

SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath

 

817

333

550468

JACKSON,  Eliza

Monaghan

1826 Sep 26

--- Marriage Arts 1825-1827 I had 353 - error

BTW Wm WHITELAW of Lurga Co. Leitrim Esq of 1st pt; James JACKSON of Clones Co. Monaghan Merchant and Eliza JACKSON spinster the daughter of said James JACKSON of the 2nd pt. Berry NORRIS of Larga Co Leitrim Esq & Richard JACKSON of Lisnabrick, Co. Monaghan Esq of 3rd pt. and Josiah KIDD [later reference is to “Joseph KIDD”] of Keady Gent & Robert McKEAN of Co. Armagh Merchant of 4th pt. … £400 marriage portion for marriage between Elizabeth JACKSON & William WHITELAW ..

Probably: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath

???

817

485

550620

JACKSON, Josh

Dublin

1826 Aug 19

Turridge [?]1825-1827

 Btw Joseph JACKSON heir at law and devisee of Henry JACKSON late of the City of Dublin victualler deceased… Daniel SURRIDGE of William Street painter & glazier….

 

818

8

550745

JACKSON, Josh D

 

1825-1827

GRAHAM

 

c

163

550898

JACKSON, William

Down

1826 Nov 4

Deed of Assignment BTW William JACKSON of Knocknagoney, Co. Down, farmer of the one part and Robert STEWART of Lisburn, Co. Antrim, Muslin Manufacturer of the other part. Reciting a lease for a year. The 1/3rd part of all the lands demised by two several indentures of leases being 12 acres and 1 rood Cunningham measure and 15 acres 10p both situate in the Townland of Knocknagrany, and occupied by Hugh GRAHAM and Hugh KITCHEY at yearly rent of 13 pounds 8 shillings 8 ½ p. …

… transfer of 12 a Cunningham measure of Knocknagoney that were in the enjoyment of Hugh GRAHAM and Hugh HITCHY. WITNESS: David EVANS Pensioner and Daniel McAFEE  writing Clerk both of Belfast. William JACKSON [SEAL]

436

818

290

551025

JACKSON, George

Limerick

1826 Oct 30

JACKSON-ARTHUR. Names Index 1825-1829

George JACKSON Esq. of the City of Limerick.& William ARTHUR Merchant of said city…. Part of the lands of Moylish.

436

818

377

551112

JACKSON, Chars

Tipperary

1826 Nov 3

DUNPHY1825-1827

BTW Charles JACKSON and Lucinda JACKSON otherwise LAMBLY his wife, Richard CARROLL and Margaret CARROLL otherwise LUMBLY his wife all of Clonmell, Co Tipperary …

SEE: JACKSONs of Kilkenny.

436

437

818

407

551142

COULTER

DICKIE

Fermanagh

1826 Oct 5

COULTER, Wm-Marr Art 1825-1827

COULTER, Margaret-COULTER; DICKIE, Jane-COULTER

Between John JOHNSTON Sr. & John JOHNSTON jr, both of Derrymean & William COULTER of Keerinbeg, all of Co. Fermanagh ... Margaret COULTER ...

x

818

500

551035

JACKSON, Wm

Tipperary

1826 Jun 9

JACKSON in trust 1825-1827

NOTE: The page # and memorial # do not match. It is pg 299.

William JACKSON of Mount Pleasant in Tipperary of 1st pt. Charlotte JACKSON otherwise WILLINGTON wife of 2nd pt George JACKSON of Mount Pleasant and Theobald PEPPER of 3rd pt.…. Charlotte JACKSON was entitled to £2,000 on estate of her brother [in law] James WILLINGTON re will of the late Francis WILLINGTON Brother [in law]

436

819

252

551587

JACKSON, Elizabeth & Henry

Dublin

1826 Dec 4

--- Marriage Arts 1825-1827

Image 158

Btw Thomas KETTLEWELL Lieut in His Majesty’s Regiment of Infantry of the 1st pt & Henry Vincent JACKSON of the City of Dublin of the 2nd pt Elizabeth Matilda JACKSON spinster 2nd daughter of said Henry Vincent JACKSON of the 3rd pt. & William KETTLEWELL of Dorset St in Co. Dublin & Peter Warburton JACKSON of City of Dublin son of Henry Vincent JACKSON  Esq of 4th pt. … marriage btw Thomas KETTLEWELL & Elizabeth Matilda JACKSON… lands of Mary EVANS in Co. Meath, wife of deceased Thomas KETTLEWELL had gone to her 3rd son Thomas KETTLEWELL…

SEE: Peter JACKSON & Joanna (needs updating)

436

819

346

551681

JACKSON, Jas

Wicklow

Dublin

1826 Dec 7

ANGELL 1825-1827

Image 240

BTW Edwin SANDYS of Ballynagee Co. Wicklow Esq. of 1st pt; James JACKSON of Jervis St City of Dublin Esq and the Rev Andrew William McCREAIGHT of Farnham Co Cavan Clarke of the 2nd pt & John William ANGELL of City of Dublin Gent of 3rd pt. Reciting deed 31 Jan 1821 btw Edwin SANDYS of 1st pat Margaret McCREIGHT of Eccles St Co. Dublin spinster of 2nd pt and the said James JACKSON and Andrew McCREIGHT of the 3rd pt. … marriage of Margaret McCREIGHT in consid of marriage and the said James JACKSON & Andrew McCREIGHT assigned 2,000 pounds to hold without prejudice to the life interest of Mary McCREIGHT … land in Co Wicklow of Edwin SANDYS …

436

820

181

552116

JACKSON, Mary

Wicklow

Carlow

Dublin

1826 Dec 30

JACKSON Gr otherwise CONDELL otherwise SPENCER & Husband 1825-1827

Image 122

BTW William CONDLE of town of Baltinglass. Co. Wicklow Postmaster & Mary CONDLE otherwise JACKSON otherwise SPENCER his wife of the 1 pt. William JACKSON of Baltinglass Esq. of the other pt. Reciting lease 7 Apr 1725 Benjamin BURTON of Burton Hall Co. Carlow Esq demised to Mathew YOUNG & William LAMBERT both of Clonmore Co. Carlow farmers part of lands of Clonmore  [ more recited leases and names] … reciting deed of partition 4 July 1732 … conveyed to Humphry SPENSER who by his last will devised to his son Thomas SPENSER who died intestate and said premises descended to his eldest son George SPENSER and Reciting that under the settlement made upon the marriage of George SPENSER with Anne PLOWMAN that said Mary CONDELL became entitled to 1/6th pt as one of the children of the marriage and she granted to the said William JACKSON (in his actual possession) her share of the lands of Clonmore… WITNESS; John MILLS of Middle Gardiner St., City of Dublin notary Elias REYNOLDS of same place Gent.

442

820

182

552117

JACKSON, Wm

Wicklow

1826 Dec 30

CONDELL 1825-1827

Image 122

BTW William JACKSON of Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow Esq of 1st pt & William CONDELL of Baltinglass Postmaster & Mary CONDELL [aka CUNDELL?] otherwise JACKSON otherwise SPENCER his wife of other pt. Reciting lease of 10 April 1815 The Rt Hon John Earl of Aldborough demised to Dunkley JACKSON (in his actual possession) lands … and reciting that 12 Feb 1804 Hannah CREATHORNE assigned to Dunkley JACKSON (in his actual possession) one undivided third  of lands on which had been built several new dwelling houses and also that one undivided third of piece of ground called Banogues [aka Bawnoge] on the road leading from Baltinglass to Tullow in Barony Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow… Reciting that Dunkley JACKSON devised to his wife one annuity of £30 and devised the residue of his property to his son William JACKSON … part of lands of Baltinglass called the Woodland Court 6a lying under the road leading from Baltinglass to Saunders Grove beyond the Ah Grove on the east and west by the River Slaney and a small Island formerly held by Robert PARKE of Baltinglass North by William RAWSONs farm and South by John NOWLANs ground and the Castle fields in the Upper Half Barony of Talbotstown, Parish Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow

NOTE: This has to tie into the family of JACKSONs of Spinians and Baltinglass.– as well as JACKSONs of Co. Kildare Outline Tree-1 & JACKSONs of Co. Kildare Detailed Tree-1 but I do not yet know how these two trees connect. With respect to the latter, I suspect a name variant of CUNDELL is the same as CONDELL.

442

820

313

552248

 

Tyrone

Bk 49

MATTHEWS - CINNAMON Moy

 

821

48

552583

JACKSON, Saml

Dublin

1827 Jan 1

FOWLER 1825-1827

Image 30

BTW Robert GRAY of Linen Hall St City of Dublin Merchant, Sale Assignee of Estate and effects of Samuel JACKSON late of Cork St Co. Dublin Cotton Manufacturer a Bankrupt of 1st pt. … sale of house with yard in possession of Samuel JACKSON on South Side of Cork St in Liberty of St. Thomas Court & Donore Co. Dublin [description] … on North side of Cork St where a new house was built by Samuel JACKSON [description] barrister of 4th pt.…

NOTE: Samuel JACKSON was the husband of Ann BOARDMAN.

442

821

079

552615

BREAKEY

Monaghan

1825-1827 (1827)

SCOTT-BREAKEY 

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

5/2/1827. John McDowell Scott, Ballybay, married Jane Breakey.

x

821

372

552907

JACKSON, Maria

Dublin

Tipperary

1826 Dec 29

JACKSON 1825-1827

Image 242

Nathaniel ALT of Curraghmore Co. Tipperary Esq & Daniel Egan ALT eldest son of Nathaniel of 1st pt… Maria JACKSON of Leeson St City of Dublin Spinster & administrator of Mary JACKSON late of City of Dublin deceased of 3rd pt and Joseph Devonshire JACKSON of Leeson St City of Dublin … lands of Curraghmore 160a & Gortmungagh otherwise Gortmunga 104 a…

442

821

555

553090

JACKSON, Jas

Dublin

Armagh

May 26

BROWNE 1825-1827

Image 347

KNOX Bankruptcy – EYRE connection … William BROWNE …

442

822

244

553379

JACKSON, Saml

Dublin

1826 Oct 26

DOMACAN NOTE: Ge should be DORNACAR 1825-1827

Robert GRAY of City of Dublin Merchant of 1st pt; Samuel JACKSON of Cork St Co. Dublin Cotton Spinner of the 2nd…. Reciting lease 12 Nov 1798 James JACKSON demised to John GRIMSHAW part of lands of Clarkestown, Co. Dublin …

NOTE: Samuel JACKSON sr. was the husband of Ann BOARDMAN.

442

822

500

553635

 

 

 

MILLS, Wilson-CHAMBERS, Hall  

x

822

504

553639

JACKSON, John

Dublin

Longford

1827 Jan 10

EDGEWORTH 1825-1827

Image 293

BTW John JACKSON of Paradise Row, City of Dublin Gent of 1st pt; Sidney DUIGAN[?] of Richmond Co. Dublin widow & executrix of John DUIGAN (late of Capel St, City of Dublin Esq. deceased)  of 2nd pt; Lovell EDGEWORTH of Edgeworthstown [Parish Mostrim]  Co. Longford Esq of 3rd pt. Reciting 31 Jan 1822 Lovell EDGEWORTH in consid of £500 paid by John JACKSON confirmed to John JACKSON lands of Lackan [Parish Mostrim] and [many] other lands in said deed [not listed here] in Co. Longford … on North side of Turnpike Road leading from Edworthstown to Longford containing 52a 3r 18p  Irish plantation measure and also all that other part of town and land of Lackin situate on South side of the said Turnpike Road containing 165a 2r 19p in Parish of Mastim [Mostrim] Barony Ardagh Co. Longford and also lands of Ballymacwilliam Oughter [Ballymacwilliam]  one of the said Cartrons of Lisserdowlin in Parish of Temple Michael Templemichael  Barony Ardagh Co. Longford containing 72a and also land known as Cartron Capple being a another Cartron and part of the Cartron of Ballymacwilliam Oughter [Ballymacwilliam] of Lisserdowlin containing 108a 3r 10p and also townlands of Cloonacasney orse Clonahusly another of the Cartons of Lisserdowlin [Lissardowlan] containing 91a 2r 27p and also townland of Tuerfin another of the Cartons of Lissdowlin [Lissardowlan]  containing 65a 14p in Parish Temple Michael [Templemichael ] Barony Ardagh Co. Longford & also lands of Aghanevin orse Whyhalman orse Eylealonan commonly called the Carton of Lissardowlin [Lissardowlan] and part of Fyhalman in last mentioned parish and Barony Co. Longford containing 93a 9p and also lands of Aughanckan another of the Cartrons of Lisserdowlin [Lissardowlan] containing 54a 3r 6p and part of lands of Cartonreagh Parish Mastrim [Parish Mostrim]  Barony Ardagh containing 74a 3r 35p and parts of Lands of Rossmine and Garryduffe in Parish Clonbrony [Clonbroney] Barony Ardagh Co. Longford and lands of Killenawse orse Killenawase and Garrynegree Coolennerigan and part of Rossmine in Parish Granard & Barony Granard cont 95a 3r 5p and lands commonly called Breeghuire orse Brehy [Breaghy ] in Parish Clontrough orse Clonbrony [Clonbroney] Barony Ardagh Co. Longford containing 80a 22p and also lands Kilderine orse Kildereene [Kilderreen ] and Shinoe orse Shiroe [Sheeroe ] with the Mill thereon or on part therof erected and built containing 63a 2r 9p in Co. Longford to hold to said Lowell EDGEWORTH

… said Sidney DUIGAN Executrix of John DUIGAN deceased at request of John JACKSON granted to Lowell EDGEWORTH …WITNESS: John COLE of City of Dublin Gent & Sidney PARKER. John JACKSON [SEAL] NOTE: Sidney PARKER was a widow – see beneath.

442

822

506

553641

JACKSON, John

Dublin

Longford

1826 Dec 30

EDGEWORTH 1825-1827

Image 295

BTW Sidney PARKER of Richmond Co. Dublin widow of 1st pt; John JACKSON of Paradise Row City of Dublin Gent of 2nd pt & Lovell EDGEWORTH of Edgeworthstown Co. Longford Esq. of 3rd pt. … John DUIGAN was dead & John JACKSON was his surviving Trustee & arrears of annuity have been paid out. …. John JACKSON [SEAL]

442

822

573

553708

JACKSON, John

Dublin

Longford

1827 Jan 8

EDGEWORTH 1825-1827

Image 336

Sidney DUIGAN widow of John DUIGAN – see other such memorials for similar details

442

823

148

553883

JACKSON, John

Down

1827 Feb 12

Bishop of Down & Connor 1825-1827

Image 105

BTW John JACKSON of Knocknagoney Co Down, Farmer of the 1 pt & Bishop of Conor of other pt … land in [?]nagoney formerly in possession of John JACKSON… 26a Cunningham Measure, Parish of Holywood Barony Castlereagh. Co Down … for lives of Godfrey WEBSTER .. named in original indenture 1791 Jun 3

SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down who first settled in Dundonald

442

823

172

553907

JACKSON, Anna JACKSON, Mary

Queens

Dublin

1827 Mar 5

--- Marriage Arts 1825-1827

Image 121

BTW Anna Maria JACKSON eldest daughter of Nathaniel JACKSON the younger of Mountmellick, Queens Co. Esq., spinster of 1st pt; William White WARBURTON, Capt. I his Majesty’s 67th Regiment of foot of the 2nd pt; Mary JACKSON widow, mother of the said Anna Maria JACKSON of the 3rd pt.; Widham WARBURTON of City of Dublin Esq brother of the said William White WARBURTON and William WYLY of Mountmellick aforesaid Gent of the 4th pt … reciting deed Sep 1 1776 Henry PEMBERTON Mary PEMBERTON and Jane PEMBERTON demied to Nathaniel JACKSON in his actual possession… lease of townlands [Druminins?] Drumnagown and Ardnadrum for lives of Nathaniel JACKSON Erasmus JACKSON and Anthony PIM.. yearly rent of 267 pounds … lands of Drinagh and Garoon … Nathaniel died intestate leaving his widow Mary JACKSON, eldest daughter Anna Maria JACKSON and Elizabeth JACKSON and Frances JACKSON his younger daughters and only children him surviving… eldest daughter rights to dwelling house and premises in Mountmellick …

Note it dd not properly download, so I skipped parts.

SEE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

442

823

317

554059

JACKSON, John

Monaghan

1820 Dec 30

Cunningham1825-1827

Image 200

Btw John JACKSON of Crieve, Co. Monaghan Esq of the 1 pt & Joseph CUNINGHAM of Crieve Gent of the other

SEE: Lisnaboe JACKSONs

442

823

586

554321

JACKSON, Elizth

Tyrone

1826 Dec 29

Carroll Gr otherwise Greer1825-1827

Image 339

Btw Nicholas MAHON of City of Dublin Merchant assignee of the estate and effects of Thomas BROWNRIGG late of City of Dublin deceased Dealer & Chapman a Bankrupt of the 1st pt; Thomas GREER of Rhone Hill Co. Yrone Co Tyrone Linen Merchant and Elizabeth GREER orse JACKSON his wife. Thomas & Elizabeth were executors of the last will of William JACKSON late of Rhonehill ut formerly of the Coombe Co. Dublin Gent. Deceased of 2nd pt … land of Clony otherwise Cloney otherwise called Clonee together with Dwelling House and Offices walled garden etc in Co. Meath.

SEE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

442

824

106

554441

JACKSON, Peter

Dublin

1827 May 14

SEYMOUR 1825-1827

Image 85

BTW Peter JACKSON of Middle Gardiner St Co. Dublin Esq. of 1st pt; Rev. John Crossley SEYMOUR of Baggot St City of Dublin Clerk of 2nd pt & Edward Wright SEYMOUR of Baggot St Esq of 3rd pt. …Reciting 20 Aug 1807 Charles BALWIN conveyed to Peter JACKSON  dwelling house #68 on Dame St in possession of Peter JACKSON 19’ in front  & #48 on North side of Dame St. ..

442

824

423

554758

OLIVER, Wm

Dublin

1827 May 30

OLIVER-ORR

Wm OLIVER, Gent of Nassau St., City of Dublin of 1 pt. & Wm ORR of Dame St., Dublin, painter & glazier ORR 2 dwelling house etc on south side of Townsend St often called Lazer’s Hill, Parish of St. Marks, Co Dublin… for 300 pounds sterling transferred to ORR…

1

824

476

554811

JACKSON, Moses

Armagh

1814 Apr 16

PRINGLE 1825-1827

Image 320

BTW Moses JACKSON formerly of Annacramp [aka Annacramph, Parish Grange (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] but then of Grange [possibly Grangemore, Parish Grange (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West], Co. Armagh farmer of 1 pt; Michael PRINGLE of Grange son-in-law of Moses JACKSON of the other part. Reciting indenture 1 Aug 1789 The Right Hon Sir Capel MOLYNEUX of Castle Dillon Co. Armagh Baronet demised townland of Grange to Moses JACKSON containing 7a 1r 5p English Measure in actual possession of Moses JACKSON to hold for lives of Moses JACKSON the lessee, Phoebe JACKSON his wife & Sarah JACKSON his only daughter then aged abt 3 years … Sarah PRINGLE otherwise JACKSON [wife of Michael PRINGLE] ...

SEE: JACKSONs of Tartaraghan.

442

824

544

554879

JACKSON, Alex

Dublin

1827 May 5

BALFOUR 1825-1827

Image 370

Alicia DANIEL of Great Georges St. North Co. Dublin spinster & Alexander JACKSON of Gardiners Place Co. Dublin Esq. Doctor of Physic of the 1 pt; Letitia BALFOUR of Granby Row City of Dublin Widow of other pt. … lands of Kerryduff containing 10a Irish Plantation Measure in Barony of Dundalk Co. Louth sold by Letitia BALFOUR to trustees re judgement of £2,000 obtained by Letitia DANIEL against Letitia BALFOUR in 1823 and of certain other Judgement for £1 … Alicia DANIEL [SEAL] Alexander JACKSON £10,000 obtained by Alexander JACKSON against said Letitia BALFOUR… Alicia DANIEL [SEAL] & Alexander JACKSON [SEAL]

SEE: Lisnaboe JACKSONs.

442

825

159

555094

JACKSON, George H.

Waterford

1826 Sep 2

JACKSON-GILMAN. Names Index 1825-1829

George Holmes JACKSON of Glenmore & George Bennet JACKSON of Glanbeg, both Co Waterford Esq of 3rd pt.

442

825

213

555148

JACKSON, Andw

Dublin

1827 Jun 20

REILLY 1825-1827

Image 126

BTW Andrew JACKSON of Ballsbridge Co, Dublin Baker & Administrator of John LARKIN late of Sandymount City of Dublin Coal Merchant of the 1 pt

442

825

214

555149

JACKSON, Andw

Dublin

1827 Jun 20

REILLY 1825-1827

Image 126

BTW Andrew JACKSON of Ballsbridge Co, Dublin Baker & Administrator of John LARKIN late of Sandymount City of Dublin Coal Merchant of the 1 pt

442

825

230

555165

BARTLEY

Roscommon

1826 May 2

John BARTLY of Bushfort otherwise Randaghra Barony of Boyle,  Co Rosscommon, Gent  & wife – Mary BARTLY orwise COYNE 1825-1827

 

825

375

555310

JACKSON, Charles & Lucinda

Tipperary

1827 May 15

DUMPHY 1825-1827

Image 228

BTW Charles JACKSON and Lucinda JACKSON als LUMBLY his wife, Richard CARROLL and Margaret CARROLL als LUMBLY his wife of Clonmel Co. Tipperary of 1st pt; John DUNPHY of Clonmel Esq. Merchant of 2nd pt & Michael WILLIAMS of Clonmel of 3rd pt

442

826

128

555663

OLIVER

Armagh

Monaghan

1824 Jul 13

Laragh

Memorial of deed dated Oct 6, 1820 btw Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh], Co. Armagh, Gent of 1st pt. Benjamin OLIVER of Ballyrea in same Co of Armagh Gent, brother of said Joseph OLIVER. Of 2nd pt. William OLIVER of Laragh, Co. Monaghan, Gent brother of said Joseph & Benjamin of 3rd pt… gives boundaries and refers to two mills on Laragh that brothers built & David McTEAR of Belfast.

 

827

240

556375

JACKSON, Jas

Armagh

Tyrone

1827 Jun 23

CAULFIELD 1825-1827

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BTW Abel LABERTOUCH of City of Dublin Esq.; Benjamin EYRE of Mayclown [probably Maydown, Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny] Co. Armagh & James Eyre JACKSON of Tullydooy Co. Tyrone Esq. Assignees of the estate of Thomas Knox HANNYRIGHTON a bankrupt of the 1 pt & James CAULFIELD of Cookstown Co. Tyrone of the other pt.

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JACKSON, Jane & Mary

Cork

Mayo

1827 Oct 3

HOWLEY 1825-1827

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BTW Mary JACKSON of City of Cork widow of James JACKSON Esq. deceased and then of Clifton Co. Gloucester UK Jane JACKSON & Mary JACKSON spinster daughters and only children of James JACKSON deceased of 1 pt; Edward HOWLEY of Ardnaree [??] Co. Sligo Esq of the other pt. Reciting 7 Jan 1739 Hon James Lord Baron Tyrawley & Killmain demised to Vaughan JONES then of Ardnaree the old Castle of Bealack & 5a adjoining the same which had been enjoyed by William BOURKE as tenant at will in Barony Tyrawly Co. Mayo …. Reciting 6 Feb 1800 btw Charles JONES & James JACKSON Capt North Mayo regiment of Militia since deceased of other pt ….JONES transferred to JACKSON Castle of Bealeek together with 5a  adjoining called the Castle half quarter .. James JACKSON had published his will & bequeathed land to his wife Mary JACKSON in trust for his daughters  …

NOTE: James JACKSON (1765-1825) & wife Mary PERRY. SEE: JACKSONs of Enniscoe and Carramore, Co. Mayo

NOTE: Facebook Post March 16, 2022. AN ANCIENT BALLINA HOUSE. Ardnaree Cottage / Amana. (Western People, March 1925)  "Captain Henry Hastings Jones Fortland, Easkey, writing to our correspondent 'Z' (Peacehaven, Sussex) on the subject of his inquiries relative to the ancient Ballina house now occupied by Mr. H. C. Bourke, Solicitor says - " The house & demesne is still in my possession, though I live at Fortland, another old family residence, a much finer house, but not so old in the family, being acquired by the marriage of Vaughan Jones with Katherine Browne in 1768. Ardnaree is just as you describe it, but was slated by my father, Major Thomas Jones. A good description is given in 'Ardnaree' by Randal McDonnell, taken from Miss Ham's diary. The gardener's cottage was leased by the Hams, who built a fine house there 'Woodbine' now occupied by my agent Mr. W. W. Wilson. We hold Ardnaree from 1715."

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JACKSON, Sarah & Thomas

Sligo

Fermanagh

1827 Aug 20

JACKSON-Marriage Arts. Names Index 1825-1829

Marriage between Guy BLEAKLEY & Sarah JACKSON, daughter of Thomas JACKSON of Lavally [Lavally, Parish Killerry, Barony Tirerrill] Co. Sligo, Co. Sligo. Also James JACKSON of Lavally, Co. Sligo

NAMES: Guy BLEAKLEY of Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh; Thomas JACKSON of Lavally, Co. Sligo; Sarah JACKSON; Charles BLEAKLEY of Mullaghmeen Mullaghmeen, a townland of 399 acres in the Parish of Magheracross, Barony of Tirkennedy, Co. Fermanagh - part of Cowley’s Tenement and part of the lands of Pubble; James JACKSON; Jason FRITH; William LITTLE; Rev. Henry LEARD; Rev. Isaac DODD; Thomas LYTLE of Gortlaunane [probably Gortlownan, Parish Killerry, Barony Tirerrill, Co. Sligo]; David BLEAKLEY.

SEE: Descendants of Thomas JACKSON of Co. Sligo

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JACKSON, John

Dublin

1827 Oct 20

JACKSON 1825-1827

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BTW John JACKSON of Grafton St City of Dublin Linen Draper of 1 pt & Eliza JACKSON of Grafton St widow of other pt. Reciting said John JACKSON in consid of 5s granted to Eliza JACKSON in her actual possession right to tenement on West side of Grafton St and on the north side of Suffolk Co. Dublin containing in front to Grafton St [illegible] in depth 38’… payment of £350 by John JACKSON WITNESS Alexander CAMPBELL of Gardiner’s Place attorney & Charles McDONNELL clerk to Alexander CAMPBELL. John JACKSON [SEAL]

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JACKSON, Wm

Down

1823 Dec 29

JELLIE 1825-1827

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BTW William JACKSON of townland Bally[illegible - Ballyministragh] Parish Kilmood, Co. Down farmer  of 1 pt. Robert JELLIE and John JELLIE both of Ringneal [Ringneill ] Parish Tollinakill [Tullnakill] … demised 14a Ringneal [description] WITNESS: William THOMPSON of Drumring & Samuel BAILIE of Ballyminstra, both Co. Down farmers.

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JACKSON, John

Monaghan

1824 Mar 26

JACKSON-DARLEY Marriage arts. Names Index 1825-1829

Reciting an intended marriage between John JACKSON jr. of Crieve, Co. Monaghan and Alice aka Alicia DARLEY of Great Georges St, City of Dublin, and the £2,993 and 3-1/2 percent government stock to which Alice DARLEY is entitled, in the name of Richmond ALLEN in the books of the Governor and Company of Bank of Ireland. Said property was transferred to Trustees: John JACKSON of Cremorne Green. Monaghan; Robert MURDOCK of Eccles St., Dublin City; Frederick DARLEY jr. of William Street, City of Dublin; & The Rev John DARLEY jr, Fellow of Trinity College in trust for Alice DARLEY, for her sole and separate use without interference from John JACKSON jr.. The last Will and Testament of Anne DARLEY of #13, Great Georges Street, City of Dublin, mother of Alice DARLEY is dated 26 Feb 1824.

SEE: Lisnaboe JACKSONs.

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BARTLEY

Tyrone

1827 Oct 30

John BARTLY to HARPUR 1825-1827

John BARTLEY of Moy, farmer... Earlier lease from Lt Col Wm VERNER

 

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Tyrone

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HARPUR- BARTLEY Moy

 

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CHAMBERS-GREENHAM (Trustee for Wilson MILLS)  

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OLIVER

Kerry

 

OLIVER-NOLAN  Drumkeen, 

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JACKSON, Thomasina

Wicklow

1827 Dec 13

EVANS-EVANS

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Marriage Arts of James EVANS son of John EVANS to Thomasina JACKSON of Delgany, daughter of Thomas JACKSON bookseller and Charlotte TUDOR.

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

 

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EVANS-JACKSON

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Marriage Arts of James EVANS to Thomasina JACKSON of Delgany, daughter of Thomas JACKSON bookseller and Charlotte TUDOR. Sister of Alexander JACKSON, carpenter.

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

 

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BARTLEY

Monaghan

1828 Apr 24

Geo BARTLEY of town & Co Monaghan  to Wm BARTLEY of Lossett, Parish of Kilmore,Co Monaghan.. in presence of Hamilton REED of Slieveroe, Co Monaghan, Gent... signed sealed & executed by Robert BARTLEY of Glenhorick, Co Monaghan

 

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Jackson, James

Kings

1828 Apr 22

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BTW Henry LANAUZE junr of City of Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & Garrett MOORE of Richmond Barracks Esq. of other pt. Reciting articles 30 Nov 1752 made previous marriage of James JACKSON Esq. & Alice his wife, Robert JACKSON, John HUDSARD and James JACKSON parties to said indenture granted to Michael DALTON [aka D’ALTON] another party to said deed lands called Dean’s Holding containing 7a [&] 10a at Birks Hill [aka Burk’s Hill in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt] in two parcels adjoining the green in the town of Birr [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt], a House and Garden in the town of Birr also one house in Birr and lands and parks formerly in possession of Barnaby ARCHER 22a and parcel of land part of Sheffin [aka Seefin , Parish Birr] commonly called Kennedy’s and Ranchans Park and part of the ground formerly held by Joshua LAWYER and Thomas NETHERCOAT 105’ all round which said several lands in Barony Ballybritt Kings Co. to hold to said Michael DALTON and his heirs to the use of James JACKSON for his natural life with remainder to said Michael DALTON and during life of Alice DALTON with £50 jointure yearly during her life and from and after the decease of said James JACKSON the said lands and premises to go to the issue of said James JACKSON and Alice DALTON and in case of failure of male issue to go to daughters. Only issue was Elizabeth JACKSON and Lavinia JACKSON who each became entitled to an equal share. Elizabeth married Samuel ABBOTT and had a son William ABOTT and daughter Mary wife of John Townsend SINNETT of City of Dublin …

NOTE: Henry LANAUZE married Eugenia CURTIS daughter of Eugenia Marie JACKSON (bef 1785-1831) of Grange, Parish