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These notes are the result of dozens of visits to Dublin’s Deeds Registry, and more recently thanks to the scans available at Family Search.. If you notice mistakes, I really do appreciate being informed. I can be quite blind to my own errors, and do appreciate being able to make corrections.
Sharon Oddie Brown. June 23, 2016
Updated January 19. 2023. Updated May 28, 2023 Updated: February 8, 2024

 

Notes on Memorials of Deeds: Books #76-100
The shading in certain cells is idiosyncratic. It is there just to jog my own memory.

Entered in 2022

Flagged for follow-up

Added or Updated 2023

 

Bk

Pg

Deed

Key Names

County

Date

Transcriptions & Notes

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76

2

52415

JACKSON

Carlow

1722 May 17

BURTON-BARKER Eagle Hill, 1708-1738 NOTE: Married into JACKSONs

Lease whereby Benjamin BURTON of City of Dublin Esq. Did demise and set to Joseph BARKER of Cronesagh in the Co of Carlow Farmer all that part of Eagle Hill mearing and bounding on the north with Hacketstown on the east with Ballysallagh on the south with Cronesagh and on the west with Constable Hill containing by estimation 119 acres Plantation Measure... part of Lordship of Clonmore... Barony Rathvilly ... lives of George BARKER 3rd son of John BARKER of Old Court in Co. Wicklow aged about 8 years Simon BARKER 4th son of said John BAKER [BARKER?] aged about 5 years and Thomas BAKER [BARKER?] the youngest son of Joseph BAKER [BARKER?] aged about half a year.... in presence of Henry WHITESTONE of Hacketstown and Patrick KAHOE then servant to the said Benjamin BURTON.

SEE: JACKSONs of Nashe's Quarter aka Coolmana

SEE: JACKSONs - one line based in Co. Carlow & Co, Wicklow. NOTE: Eagle Hill is sometimes said to be in Co. Carlow, sometimes in Co. Wicklow. It is a piece of land supposedly associated with JACKSON Family - Five Generations – my ancestors.

NOTE: Both BURTONs and BARKERs married into certain JACKSONs.

See also: 194-101-128115

 

76

29

52572

JACKSON,

Thomas

Antrim

1733 Oct 24

JACKSON-CUNNINGHAM Book Index 1730-45

Marriage between Thomas JACKSON of Holywell [Holy Well, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper] near Antrim & Rose CUNNINGHAM daughter of Daniel CUNNINGHAM of Ballymacilhoyle [Ballymacilhoyle, Parish Killead, Barony Massereene Lower] – 200 pounds marriage portion. Witness: Joseph ERWEN of Killead & Hugh MULIN of Ballym’hole both in said county yeomen & Memorial witnessed by Hugh MULLAN & Nicholas WHITE of Drogheda, Gent

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

15

76

173

53460

JACKSON, Letitia & Roger

Antrim

1734 Apr 26

Town of Lisburn The Blackamore Head

NUTTALL-JACKSON

Image 357

BTW Richard NUTTALL Esq of Lisburn, Co. Antrim in consideration of £120 mortgaged his lease of the Blackmore Head in Lisburn held by him in right of his wife Lettice JACKSON to William WOGAN of the same Gent … WITNESS Roger JACKSON of Lisburn & Nicholas ASH Clerk to William WOGAN.

SEE: Jacksons of Clounagh, Parish of Drumcree, Co. Armagh and later of Lisburn.

 

76

178

53490

BAILIE

Tyrone

1733 27 Dec

BAILIE, Andrew-BAILIE

BAILIE, Wm-BAILIE Andrew Bailie sen. & William BAILIE his son both of Tirneskea, Co. Tyrone

15

76

306

54539

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1730-1745

BURKE Book Index 1730-45

Rev. William JACKSON was one of the trustees for Thomas PROBY, late of Dublin, Gent dec’d.

 

76

334

54705

 

Sligo

1734 Aug 3

MITCHEL & ORS – MARSHALL Several Parks & Plotts of Land in or near ye town 1/3 of Mr. Coote / Ormsbys house & gardens Brown & Bennett Elgees Ormsbys Close in Wrath & several closes

Clonhibitain
Image 460

BTW Michael MITCHELL of City of Dublin & Barbara MITCHELL als ORMSBY his wife of which said Barbara is one of the daughters of Coote ORMSBY late Dean of Derry Clerk deceased of the 1 pt. reciting lease 9 Jun 1733 in consideration of £200 paid by William MARSHALL£200 … further sum of £118 … several parkes and parcels of land … one in possession of Patrick DOYLE 5a 24p of profitable plantation measure & 1a 2r 4p of Moore of like measure bounded on the North by the lands of Ballinode on the South to a small road or passage leading from the High Road through the lands of Clonchibihin to the bog of Clonchibihin in the possession of Thady MIHAN one other park or parcel of Land late in possession of Charles FALLON containing 4a 3r 21p … one other park of land in possession of John FITZSIMONS containing 4a 2r 25p … [more bits] in Town of Sligo, Co. Sligo … WITNESS: William WESTBURY and William CUTHBERT both of City of Dublin Gents

 

76

344

54787

JACKSON,

Thomas

Antrim

1734 Oct 28

JACKSON Book Index 1730-45

1734 Dec 7

Land Index 1709-1738

Venables part 14a English Parish Antrim

Town of Antrim; two half tenants in ye North side of street – Venables part 14a English

JACKSON-JACKSON

Image 465

Lease & Release between Thomas JACKSON of Holywell [Holy Well, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper] near Steeple, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper], Co. Antrim Gent & James JACKSON of Antrim in said County Gent... in consid of 85 pounds pd by James JACKSON granted 2 half tenements on North side of Street of Antrim formerly in possession of James KING late of Antrim Merch. dec’d & lately in possession of James KING’s widow & her undertenants.... Thomas JACKSON [SEAL] WITNESS: Robert CLARK & James BOYD both of Antrim Co. Antrim

SEE: PRONI D2489/8 Thomas JACKSON of Holywell, Co. Antrim & James JACKSON of Antrim.

Lease & Release between Thomas JACKSON of Holywell, Co. Antrim Gent & James JACKSON of Antrim in said County Gent... in consid of 85 pounds pd by James JACKSON – assign  & release  2 half tenements on North side of Street of Antrim formerly in possession of James KING late of Antrim Merch. dec’d & lately in possession of James KING’s widow & her undertenants....the said two half tenements being bounded on the East with the two half tenements formerly in possession of Matthew BOTHOLLSON and late of Antrim deceased and his undertakers and on the West by a tenement in possession of James SHORTRIGGS and his undertenants  and also fourteen acres of land English measure… in the occupation of William WALLACE being part of [??] bounded on the North by a parcel of land now in possession of the said William WALLACE & William WILKINSON on the south with a small brook which runs from the Steeple [Steeple, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper] of Antrim, on the East by the way leading from Antrim to the farm in possession of James GILCHRIST  and undertenants and on the west by the Highway leading from Antrim to Drumsough which said fourteen acres of land and the two half tenements are situate in the parish and County Antrim and assigns forever… in the presence of Robert CLARK and James BOYD both of Antrim in Co. Antrim Gents.

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

15

76

392

55021

 

Sligo

Carlow

1734 Jan 9

BURTON – BURTON Abbey a Park in it

Caldragh Park in it

Knappaghmore

Knocknaganny & Park in it

Rath tree Park

Rath Edmond

& The Hill

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground Castle Street

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground High Street

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground Ratcliffe Street

The Fort Custom House and

[?] Gardens & Plots of Ground New Street

Backsides Gardens & Plots of ground Bridge Street

 [?] Brick Lane

[?] Plots of Ground Holborn Street

[?] Plots of ground Stephens Street

Image 490

BTW Benjamin BURTON of Burton Hall, Co. Carlow Esq. of 1 pt; The Rt Hon Francis BURTON of Bieneraggy Co. Clare Esq & Henry BROOK of Colebrook Co. Fermanagh Esq of the other pt. … marriage btw Ann PONSONBY & Benjamin BURTON … marriage portion [lands in Co. Meath, Sligo, Drogheda, Cavan, Longford, Kildare, Limerick …] NOTE: Anne PONSONBY married Benjamin BURTON (1709-1763) of Burton Hall, Co. Carlow, son of Samuel BURTON. Henry BROOKE husband of Lettice BURTON was their brother-in-law. Francis BURTON was a brother to the groom. NOTE:  Burton Hall (formerly called Ballynakelly)

 

76

433

55231

 

Armagh

1708-1738

JOHNSTON-MAXWELL Glassdromin, B Tiraney [Glasdrumman, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper]

101

76

434

55231

JOHNSTON

Armagh

1734 Feb 8

JOHNSTON-MAXWELL Book 1 (1708-1738) Lislooney

Btw Joshua JOHNSTON of Unshagh, [probably Unshog, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh] Co Armagh & Rev. Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Hall [Crearum, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh], Co. Armagh for 200 pounds Joshua released to MAXWELL land of Unshagh, Barony of Tyranny, Co Armagh or legacy of 300 pounds in said deed recited to be bequeathed by the will of George JOHNSTON late of Ballymelagh, Co Armagh, dec’d father to Joshua change in incumbrance on many townlands incl Lislooney [Lisloony, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny].– all in Barony Tiranny.Witnesses Leslie HAMILTON of City of Dublin Gent  & James GILLMER of Monooney [going from other deeds, probably Manooney, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh],  , Co. Armagh, Gent.

 

76

480

55498

JACKSON, Edward

Cork

1734 Jul 1

JACKSON-ROWLAND Book Index 1730-Image 45

Edward JACKSON of Gurteen, Co. Corke for consid of 200 pounds made over to Richard ROWLAND of City of Cork merchant lands of Gurteen situated on Blackwater, Barony of Formoy, Co. Cork.... land was demised to Edward JACKSON by Viscount MIDDLETON dec’d 1724 Oct 6 for lives of John JACKSON, Henry JACKSON who is dec’d and George JACKSON.

SEE: ROD: 68-226-47819 and ROD: 35-457-2327. I suspect that he was the Edward JACKSON who married Lucy ROWLAND. JACKSONs of Ahanesk,

 

76

482

55506

MOFFITT

Dublin

1734 May 3

BAYLY-MOFFITT1730-1745

Btw Sir Edward BAYLY of Dublin, wife Dame Dorothy BAYLEY als LAMBERT his wife; Brabazon NEWCOMEN of Callistown, Co. Louth Esq & Arabella NEWCOMEN als LAMBERT his wife & David MOFFIT of City of Dublin Gent... land in Galway.

 

76

503

55611

JACKSON, Ann, Buntin, Ralph, Lettice, Roger & ors

Antrim

1734 July 10

JACKSON-WOGAN Book Index 1730-45

Between Bunton JACKSON brother & Admin of the goods of Michael JACKSON the younger of Lisburn in the Co. Of Antrim Apothocary Doctor Ralph JACKSON Roger JACKSON John MERCER Anne MERCER als JACKSON his wife Richard NUTTALL Esq. & Letticia NUTTALL als JACKSON his wife which said Bunton JACKSON Michael JACKSON doctor Ralph JACKSON Roger JACKSON Anne MERCER als JACKSON and Lettice NUTTALL als JACKSON were children & Legatees of Michael JACKSON late of Lisburn aforesaid doctor of the one part and William WOGAN late of Lisburn but now of Dublin Gent of the other part... did bequeath to William WOGAN all that piece or parcel of ground on the North side of the Marketplace of Lisburn joining east on Thomas WALSHE’s tenement and West upon the tenement formerly George GROGSTON’s doctor containing in front 88’ and ranging down on the right hand of the gate as you go into the Barnfield as also a parcel of land known as JACKSON’s Hill and also another  little parcel of land called the Barn path or Meadow all the said Tenements or lands were formerly in the possession of Mary JACKSON widow of Michael JACKSON the elder containing by estimation 48 acres and one rood good English Measure more or less which said premises were demised by lease therein recited by Francis Lord Conway to the said Mary JACKSON for 41 years at the yearly rent of 15 pounds 16 shillings and the said Mary by her declaration of Trust on the back of this said lease therein also recited did declare that the said lease was made to her for the use of the children begotten between her and the said Michael JACKSON the elder her doctor husband that is to say Michael and John JACKSON doctor  the said Buntin Ralph Roger JACKSON Anne MERCER als JACKSON & Lettice NUTTALL als JACKSON all then minors... SEE: JACKSONs of Clounagh, Parish of Drumcree, Co. Armagh and later of Lisburn.

 

77

4

52456

52436

GORE, Mary

Monaghan

 

SOURCE: Crossley’s Abstracts

MOORE-

Image 21 No mention of Mary GORE

Margaret MOORE als MOORHEAD wife of Archibald John MOORE … WITNESS: Brabazone NOBLE

 

77

58

52694

BROWN

Carlow

1708-1738

HODSON-BROWN Ballybrickin, Rathvilly,

 

 

77

85

52860

McCULLAGH

 

1731 Sept 30

McCULLOCH Jas & wife to CROTTY

Image 61

James McCULLOH of City of Westminster one of the Gentlemen of His Majesty’s Honorable Chamber of 1pt & Andrew CROLLY of Parish of St. James Westminster in Co. Middlesex and also of Lismore Co. Waterford & John GASCOYNE of London Merchant of other pt

 

77

105

52977

JACKSON,

Michael

Dublin

1734 Mar 28

GAMBLE Book Index 1730-45

March 28 1734

A memorial of an indenture of lease dated the 28th day of March 1734, whereby Michael JACKSON of Pimlico in the County of the city of Dublin, clothier, for and in consideration of the surrender of a lease made of the greatest part of the premises hereinafter mentioned by the said Michael JACKSON unto Thomas GAMBLE of Cork Street in the County of Dublin Linen Weaver, for the lives there in above-mentioned – a memorial – whereof is entered in the Registry Office in the City of Dublin and Lib 67 page 121 of Num 45529 did demise and set to the said Thomas GAMBLE by the name of Thomas GAMBLE of  Marrowbone Lane in the County of the City of Dublin, all that lot or piece of ground situate lying and being on the north side of the Mill Race or Water Course in  Marrowbone Lane in the liberties of Thomas Court and County of the said city of Dublin, containing in breadth in the front on the south to the said Mill Race 20 feet, and running backwards of the same breadth or thereabouts down to Tenter Lane bounded on the east to the holding of Nicholas SCOTT, on the west to the holding of Abraham ROBINSON, on the north to Tenter Lane aforesaid and on the south to the said Mill Race together with the two brick dwelling houses on the said premises (Viz) one of them fronting  Marrowbone Lane and the other fronting Tenter Lane aforesaid and also all that lot of ground at the rear of the said Nicholas SCOTT said holding in  Marrowbone Lane aforesaid containing an breadth in the front to Tenter Lane aforesaid 38 feet or thereabouts and of the same breadth or thereabouts in the rear and in depth from front to rear 34 feet or thereabouts bounded on the east to the holding of William BROWN tobacconist on the west a part of the holding here in before mentioned on the north to Tenter Lane aforesaid and on the south to the rear of the said Nicholas SCOTT said holding together with the stone house or stable built there on by Mr. Joshua THOMAS. Also all that lot or piece of ground situate on the east side of Roberts Street containing in breadth in the front to the said Street 44 feet or thereabouts and breadth in the rear adjoining to the said first demised lot 39 feet or thereabouts and in depth from front to rear on the N. Side Fronting Tenter Lane. 40 feet or thereabouts and in depth from front to rear on the south side adjoining Mr. ROBINSON’s holding 40 feet or thereabouts together with such privilege of water in proportion to the premises thereby demised as the said Michael JACKSON had or should have the virtue of a lease thereof (int ab) from Jacob POOLE clothier. To hold during the lives of Isaac ROBERTS, Lydia ROBERTS, and Mary ROBERTS and the survivors and survivor of them from the 25th day of March then instant at 14 pounds paid annually. In which said lease is contained covenants and clauses for renewing the same from time to time for ever on payment of 1 pound 12 shillings and eight pence as a fine in every renewal and manner as they are in mentioned. WITNESS: Matthew PAGEITT clerk Benjamin JOHNSTON notary in the city of Dublin and by the said Benjamin JOHNSTON. See: JACKSONs of Pimlico.

 

77

130

53067

BIRCH

 

1730-1745

BIRCH, Hannah-BIRCH

 

77

131

53071

PUREFOY, William & ors

Galway

1733 Apr 20

BTW Rev Daniel ROBERTSON of Clonfert Co. Galway Clerk of 1st pt; William PUREFOY of Gortnakelly Co. Galway Gent and Rev Giles EYRE of Eyre Court dean of Killaloe of 2nd pt; Lucy PUREFOY of Gortnakelly spinster one of the sisters of William PUREFOY [of Gortnakelly] and William PUREFOY of City of Dublin of 3rd pt; William PUREFOY of City of Dublin of 4th pt. Marriage btw Daniel ROBERTSON & Lucy PUREFOY and that the said William PUREFOY of Dublin had the perfection of the said articles paid to the said William PUREFOY of Gortnakelly and Giles EYRE the sum of £300 … her father James PUREFOY Esq deceased. WITNESS: Mr. George HOLMES of Lisclooney & Mr. Philip ARMSTRONG both of Kings Co.

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree:

 

77

147

53122

JACKSON

Carlow

1723 May 30

BURTON-DAVIES Eagle Hill 1708-1738

Image 93

BTW Benjamin BURTON of Burton HALL Co. Carlow Esq. of 1 pt & Rowland DAVIES of Hacketstown Co. Carlow of other pt.  part of lands of Eagle Hill near Hacketstown then in possession of Rowland DAVIES containing 97a bounded by Richard ROCH’s part of Ballysallagh Land. On the South by Joseph BARKERs part of Cronefeagh Land on the West by said BARKERs part of Eagle Hill Land and on the North by another part of Eagle Hill held by said Joseph BARKER.

SEE: JACKSONs of Nashe's Quarter aka Coolmana and also JACKSONs of Santry for possible JACKSON links.

 

77

198

53328

BAILIE

 

1730-1745

BAILIE, Hans & wife-JOHNSTON

 

77

199

53333

SALE, Elizabeth

Sligo

1734 May 17

Image 119

BTW Elizabeth SALE of City of Dublin widow of 1 pt & Francis CORKRAN of Sligo, Co. Sligo Merchant of the other part of the town and lands of Gortinlamport, Carrickmarnard and Drumamore the quarter of Glanboy and the sub denominations thereof viz the bun and bar of Faron the bun & bar of Ardvarnagh Mineemore Moneentum Ballaghnegbehy Bricklanagh with the Corn and Tuck Mills of Glanboy lying and being in the Barony of Drumahair Co. Leitrim from 1st May 1733 for term of 31 years if the said Elizabeth SALE shall so long live … WITNESS; John KELLY one of the Attorneys of his Majesty’s Court of Kings Bench in Ireland; Francis JACKSON Gent of City of Dublin.

NOTE: The witness is possibly Francis JACKSON of Duddington. SEE: JACKSONs of Duddington

18

77

218

53421

DAWSON

 

1730-1745

DAWSON, Josua -JOHNSTON

 

77

227

53459

JACKSON, Buntin

Antrim

1724 Ap 26

JACKSON-WOGAN Book Index 1730-45

Buntin JACKSON of Lisburn, Co. Antrim in consid of 120 pound mtg his lease and Concerns of the Blackamore Head in Lisburn to Wm WOGAN, of the same, Gent. WITNESSED: Roger JACKSON of Lisburn & Nicholas ASHE clerk to sd WOGAN. Memorial WITNESS: Harkip THURGOOD, City of Dublin. SEE: JACKSONs of Clounagh, Parish of Drumcree, Co. Armagh and later of Lisburn.

 

77

227

53461

JACKSON, Ann & ors

Antrim

1834 Apr 23

MERCER-WOGAN Book Index 1730-45

Deed whereby John MERCER of Deriaghy, Co. Antrim , farmer & Ann MERCER alias JACKSON having lately in consid of  120 pounds mtg the lease and concerns of  the Blackmore head  in Lisburn, Co. Antrim to William WOGAN of the same and John MERCER & Ann his wife in consid  of …. WITNESS: Hartup THURGOOD of City of Dublin, Upholder. SEE: JACKSONs of Clounagh, Parish of Drumcree, Co. Armagh and later of Lisburn.

 

77

235

53491

BAILIE

 

1730-1745

BAILIE, Andrew-BAILIE

 

77

237

53513

 

Carlow

1708-1738

SANDFORD-McLAUGHLIN Blakestown,

Bawn, Salt

 

 

77

268

53643

JACKSON?

Drogheda

1708-1738

PIPARD-PICKERING Bk 71 see also 75-415-53642

 

77

307

53780

JACKSON,

Michael

Dublin

1733 Jul 6

McKENZIE Book Index 1730-45

A memorial of an indenture of lease dated the sixth day of July 1733 between Michael JACKSON of the city of Dublin clothier of the one part and Margaret McKENZIE of the said city widow of the other part. By which the said Michael JACKSON demised unto the said Margaret McKENZIE, all that house or tenement with the backside behind the same situate on the west side of Boot Lane, Dublin bounded on the east with the Kings pavement on the south and west withholdings belonging to Mr. BOYNTON and on the north with another holding which belongs to the said Michael JACKSON. Together with the appurtenances thereunto belonging to have and to hold onto her the said Margaret McKENZIE her executor’s administrators and assigns from the 25th day of March 1735 for the term of 60 years from henceforth fully to be complete and ended at the yearly rent of £12 the same to be paid half WITNESS: James CLARKE of the City of Dublin, & Edmund O’QUINN of the said city writing clerk and this memorial is also witnessed by the said James CLARKE and Edmonton O’QUINN. See: JACKSON of Pimlico. NOTE: By 1798, this section of Boot Lane, where it intersects with King Street, Oxmantown was referred to as Green Street.

17

77

318

53829

PUREFOY, Robert & ors

Dublin

1734 Jul 13

DUBOURG

Image 181

BTW Frances BARRY widow & relict of Richard BARRY of City of Dublin Gent  Frances SALISBURY als BARRY daughter of said Frances BARRY and widow relict of Francis SALISBURY Gent deceased; Robert PUREFOY of City of Dublin Esq. & Martha his wife admons to Gideon DELAUN Esq deceased of the one pt. Mathew DUBURG of City of Dublin Gent of other pt. reciting Sir Robert COLE Bart deceased … land in Capel St ….

Purefoy Family Tree:

 

77

364

54025

GORE

Longford

Leitrim

1733 Nov 9

NEWCOMMEN-GORE

Image 205

 

 

77

422

54230

 

Sligo

 

BELL – BELL A Moyety of a House & Garden containing 30p in all

Clonamo[?] a moyety of 3 Parks therein Ratcliffe Street

 

77

469

54378

GORE

Donegal

Leitrim

1727 Aug 18

Image 259

Robert SPENCE sr. of the town of Donegal, Co. Donegal On occasion of marriage of Robert SPENCE the younger to Elizabeth KNOX daughter of deceased Col. Thomas KNOX of Mount Charles. Lands held in trust … Houses in Town Donegall. 5 parks of Tallicullen, parish Dromhome, Co Donegal. Mullone & other lands elsewhere. 1/4 Dungarbury containing Dowbally Tavertallen Edderville & Goolcreen, Lessmorris als Drumboy & Burlode, Molenaleck, 4 isles of Iniskeen Inislee Inismon Innisterryle in Lake of Lough Melville Rossilougher, co Leitrim

Richard GORE was the Circuit Court Justice of Sligo.

NOTE: These lands in Leitrim are close to lands in ROD: 57-180-37906 relating to Francis GORE – the KNOXs and GOREs intermarried.

18

77

479

54407

JOHNSTON

Armagh

1734 May 8

MURPHY-MAGENNIS Glassdromin [Glasdrumman, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], B Fews

Image 264

BTW Patrick MURPHY of Bellctten Co. Louth Gent of 1 pt & John MAGENNIS of Cabra Co. Down Gent of the other. Transfer of lands of Glassdromen Barony Fews, Co. Armagh as is possessed by John MAGENNIS for 31 years – rent 46 pounds… further agreed that John MAGENNIS & undertenants shall grind all the grain that grows or expended on the premes at the Mill of Ballanegleragh als Ballsmill [Ballsmill, Townland Ballynaclosha. Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper],  & there pay to the Miller or Occupier of said Mill the sixteenth grain as Grist or Moulter…WITNESS: Edmond MAGENIS of [Shynan?] Co. Armagh Gent  & James MURPHY of Ballanegleragh als Ballsmill & Bryan McMANUS servant to John MAGENIS. The Memorial WITNESS: Edmond MAGENNIS & Felix O’NEILL of Charles St., City of Dublin

 

77

497

54458

JOHNSTON

Down

1730-45

Richard JOHNSTON – JOHNSTON

Richard JOHNSTON of Gilford Co Down Esq. demised to William JOHNSTON part of Drumarren and new house formerly in possession of Widow JOHNSTON 18 acres… for lives of said William JOHNSTON, Mary JOHNSTON his wife, and Robert JOHNSTON son to said William JOHNSTON.

NOTE: Widow JOHNSTON was possibly Sarah GRAHAM, wife of John JOHNSTON and mother of William JOHNSTON. SEE: 78-23-52843 I do not know the exact connections to the JOHNSTONs of Gilford.

 

77

508

54509

BRADFORD

 

1730-1745

BRADFORD, George-CLONROHY

 

78

23

52843

JOHNSTON

Armagh

1733 Mar 11

GRAHAM-JOHNSTON Tullyvallen & Loghross Mr Cunninghams land B Fews Par Kreggan

Image 312

Memorial of agreement 7 Nov 1733 btw  Rt. Hon William GRAHAM Esq. son & heir residuary legatee of John GRAHAM late of the town of Drogheda, Alderman & John JOHNSTON of the Fews , Co. Armagh …various lands including Tullyvallen leased from  William CUNNINGHAM of Moneymore, Derry. Reference lease 2 August 1695 by John GRAHAM father of William GRAHAM . WITNESS: Rev John GRAHAM of Town of Drogheda & Charles CALDWELL of City of Dublin.

NOTE: There are 5 Tullyvallens:

·  Tullyvallan (Tulach Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 4661 A, 2 R, 39 P

·  Tullyvallan (Hamilton) East (Tulaigh Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 219 A, 0 R, 25 P

·  Tullyvallan (Hamilton) West (Tulaigh Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 99 A, 1 R, 35 P

·  Tullyvallan (Macullagh) (Tulach Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 256 A, 2 R, 27 P

·  Tullyvallan (Tipping) East (Tulaigh Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 152 A, 0 R, 38 P

·  Tullyvallan (Tipping) West (Tulaigh Uí Mhealláin) , Newtownhamilton Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh 186 A, 1 R, 17

 

78

59

53220

JACKSON,

Lettice & Ann & Roger & ors

Antrim

 

WOGAN Book Index 1730-45

Land Index 1709-1738

Town of Lisburn. A piece or parcel of ground on ye north side of ye market Place Jackson’s Hill – the Barn Park or meadow.

JACKSON & ors - WOGAN

Covered in other deeds.

SEE: JACKSONs of Clounagh, Parish of Drumcree, Co. Armagh and later of Lisburn.

 

78

70

53348

 

Sligo

 

HENRY – MARTIN A Shop, backroom backside & liberty of ye Entry to ye backside

 

78

72

53358

BALL

Louth

1734 Mar 28

BALL-SIBTHORPE Bk 71 Corrstown,

Image 339

BTW John BALL of Lisrenny Co. Louth Clke of 1 pt & Stephen SIBTHORPE of Dunany Co. Louth of the other. BALL demised townlands of Johnsontown containing 208 a 2r 14p and part of lands of Corrstown cont 6a Barony Ferrard Co. Louth for lives of said Stephen SIBTHORPE, Robert SIBTHORP his eldest son & Elizabeth SIBTHORP his eldest daughter… WITNESS: William FOSTER of Dunleer, Co. Louth & Alexander FILGATE of Lisrenny Co. Louth.

 

78

92

32828

BREAKEY

 

 

Researched by Ken BREAKEY Wrong reference.

 

78

115

53804

JACKSON, Buntin

Antrim

1734 Jul 11

WOGAN Book Index 1730-45

Land Index 1709-1738

Town of Lisburn. A piece or parcel of ground on ye north side of ye market Place Jackson’s Hill – the Barn Park or meadow.

Buntin JACKSON brother & administrator of Michael JACKSON the younger, deceased,  late of Lisburn, apothecary deceased… rest covered in other deeds. SEE: JACKSONs of Clounagh, Parish of Drumcree, Co. Armagh and later of Lisburn.

 

78

150

54249

JACKSON, Ambrose & Susanna (Judith)

Cork

1734 Jul 4

BROWNE-JACKSON Book Index 1730-45

Image 378

Marriage Art. Btw Thomas BROWNE of City of Cork, merchant of 1st part & Ambrose JACKSON of the City Merchant of 2nd pt & Susannah Judith JACKSON spinster daughter of said Ambrosse JACKSON of 3rd pt. Marriage to be btw Thomas BROWN & Susannah Judith JACKSON... 550 pounds .. legal details & dwelling house in north liberties of the city which Robert ROGERS Esq demised to Edward BROWNE father of Thomas BROWNE and which was made over to Thomas BROWNE by Judith BROWNE relict & Executrix of said Edward BROWNE ... Thomas BROWNE, Ambrose JACKSON & Suzannah Judith JACKSON [SEAL]

 

78

172

54410

 

Sligo

 

BARRETT – MCCORISTINE The House wherein William Barrett dwells

 

78

227

54938

LEEDS

Dublin

1734 Nov 13

Image 417

Lieut. George ROBINSON of the Hon. [Cold?] Legoniers of Horse Anne ROBINSON als LEEDS his wife; Sarah SHERIGLY of City of Dublin Widow, sister of Ann both daughters and coheirs of Michael LEEDS Late of City of Dublin Merchant deceased for messuage or tenement called The King and Queen in Pill Lane Dublin formerly called the Black Lyon & then formerly in possession of [?] PURDY but late in possession of Daniel COOKE containing 60’ in front & 110’ backwards to the Kings Inns on the East and to the house known by the name of The Black Boy  … WITNESS: Mary SHERIGLY of Dublin Spinster Benjamin JOHNSTON Public Notary in Dublin & Mathew PAGEITT Law Clerk

NOTE: Michael LEEDS and  wife Anne CASTLETON. Her 2nd husband was Rev. John JACKSON (1688-1751) I had Anne ROBINSON nee LEEDS as a daughter of JACKSON – need to revisit. See JACKSONs of Derbyshire This line includes the JACKSONs of Santry.

 

78

250

55215

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1734 Nov 1

1730-1745

 McCULLOCH Jennette widow & William McCULLOCH of Piedmont & Wm STEWART of Cloghog [Cloghogue, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper] all of Antrim  to Joseph ENNES

 

78

402

56818

JACKSON

Londonderry

1727 Feb 3

ASH-JACKSON Bk 423  1708-1738 Londonderry & Coleraine

Image 517

2 tenements on Pump Street in City of Londonderry marked 211 & 212 transferred from William ASH to William JACKSON of Colerain Esq.  In consid of £50. WITNESS: John RODGER of City of Londonderry Baker & William DENT of City of Londonderry.

SEE: JACKSONs of Tobermore and JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

78

419

56938

JACKSON, George

Cork

1735 Sep 12

George JACKSON Esq to Richard CROKER, Esq. deceased Curryglass Cork [d Nov 1725] agreed to sell to Walter CROKER Curryglass Cork, eldest son and heir of Richard CROKER Roovesbegg for £700, this deed formalises this sale forever. WITNESS: George JACKSON nickred

 

78

500

57318

 

Louth

 

Earl of Drogheda- Fortescue

Killeen, Ballymascanlon Faughart,

 

78

525

57543

 

Sligo

 

HART – EGELSTON  A Park in Magherybuey vide M in ye Couny at large

 

78

528

57563

JACKSON, Edmond & John

Kilkenny

1719 Dec 26

JACKSON-BISHOPP Book Index 1730-45

Btw. John JACKSON Portnescally, Co. Kilkenny Gent & Edmond JACKSON son and heir of 1 pt & John BISHOP of Bishopshall Esq. & George NOBBINS of Ballyduff both in same Co.... lands of Portnascully & lands of Curludy & Dongally Barony of Iverk, Co Kilkenny Witness incl William HAYDON & Mary HAYDON. At City of Waterford.

 

78

530

57579

McCULLAGH

Tyrone

1734 Mar 11

McCULLAGH Hugh to SINCLAIRE1730-1745

Hugh McCULLAGH of Lisky, Parish of Camus, Co. Tyrone, Gent & Rebecca his wife of the one pt & Wm SINCLARE of Barney, Parish of Camus, Co Tyrone...demised new house.

 

78

537

57928

OLIVER

Limerick

1735 Mar 17

OLIVER, Robert -DAWSON 1730-1745

Robert OLIVER jr Esq son & heir of Robert OLIVER of Clonodfoy, Co. Limerick & John DAWSON of Grenane, Co. Tipperary.

 

79

7

54258

JACKSON,

Josias

Kildare

1734 Oct 10

EMPSON Book Index 1730-45

Mortgage by way of Lease & Release
Josias JACKSON, Glasseley, Kildare, Gent of 1st pt. William EMPSON, City of Dublin, Alderman of 2nd pt. 1P to 2P for considerations mentioned therein, town & lands of Glasseley, Ballindrom & Ballydam, Co Kildare – 858 acres 3 roods 1 perch
Held under lease made by Rt Hon Robert Earl of Kildare to 1P for lives of Anne, wife of Josias, Josias, jun & Sarah JACKSON, daughter of Josias. Said Anne is dec’d.
Release conditional on payment of £120 + interest
DWMW King Meldrum, Clerk to William Empson
DWMW James Davison, Clerk to George Moore, Dublin, Publick Notary

NOTE: Likely link: ROD: 43-421-2880 : May 6, 1724 Wm. JAMES of Athy. Co. Kildare, Tanner did demise & set to Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff in Co. Dublin Tanner and Josiah JACKSON of Glassholly [likely Glassely, Barony of Narragh & Reban East - where so many JACKSONs resided] , Co. Kildare Farmer lease of house in Athy from Robert JACKSON to Josiah JACKSON for 22 years. SEE: Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff - Descendants.

SEE Also: JACKSONs of Co. Kildare Outline Tree-1

 

79

31

54371

 

Londonderry

1734 Nov 2

GODFREY-DONALDSON Bk 423  1708-1738 Londonderry & Coleraine

Stephen GODFREY to James DONALDSON of Parish of Coleraine part of Dundooen [Dundooan, Parish Ballywillin, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine OR Dundooan, Parish Coleraine, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine, OR Dundooan, Parish Ballyaghran, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine], formerly held by Alderman William GODFREY.

16e

79

45

54435

 

Sligo

1727 Jul 4

BURTON – COX

Alderman Burton’s Houses & Garden in Stephen Street

[?] Plott… [?]nes Plott

And in Holborn’s Street

Image 31

BTW Alderman Benjamin BURTON City of Dublin, Alderman demised to William COX of Town & Co. Sligo House and Gardens in Stephens Street & parks in Rath containing 10a in possession of said William COX in and near Town of Sligo … for lives of William COX, Catherine COX his wife and Rebecca KNOTT eldest daughter to John KNOTT then late of town of Sligo deceased  .. added name of William COX of Sligo youngest son of William COX in place of his father lately deceased. … Catherine COX sole executor of her husband William COX deceased …

 

79

173

55184

ASH

Wicklow

1734 Dec 9

Image 96

Tripartite deed btw Edward STRATFORD of Belan Co. Kildare Esq. of 1st pt; Thomas ASH of Moon, Co. Kildare Esq of 2nd pt; John STRATFORD of Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow Esq of 3rd  pt {John STRATFORD son of Edward STRATFORD] … lands of Great Belan, Little Belan and Pill, Towns and Lands of Grangeford in Barony Kilkee and Moon, Co. Kildare. Towns and Lands of Rathcoole and Ballycore als Corestown Barony Talbotstown Co. Wicklow Towns and Lands of Holtonstowne, Iron Grange Killmurry Cloughleroe Baltinglass Raheen Ratbran Mainger Ballyhook Winetavern Ladystown Boleylugg in Mannor of Baltinglass Co. Wicklow … to hold to Thomas ASH & heirs. WITNESS: William ANDERSON Clke to Henry BUCKLY of City of Dublin Notary. Thomas ASH [SEAL]

 

79

255

55693

 

Down

1730 Mar 22

TODD-BLACK

Image 138

Reciting William Morris JONES of Moneyglass [Moneyglass, Parish Duneane, Barony Toome Upper]   Co. Antrim Esq by indenture dated 30 Apr 1727 in consideration of £38.7.3 paid by John TODD & John TODD jr. & Thomas TODD … lands of Ringclare Parish Donaghmore Co. Down … said John TODD jr as executor to John TODD sr & David BLACK of Ringclare assigned to David BLACK one half of Widow TODD’s farm mother of said John TODD and also 5a adjoining said John TODD’s present farm both in Ringclare … WITNESS: Hugh MARSHALL of Donaghmore & Edward CADDELL of Rathfryland Co. Down Postmaster.

 

79

260

55717

 

Sligo

1734 Feb 19

BURTON – DUANY Abbey a Park in it

Caldragh Park in it

Knappaghmore

Knocknaganny & Park in it

Rath tree Park

Rath Edmond

& The Hill

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground Castle Street

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground High Street

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground Ratcliffe Street

The Fort Custom House and

[?] Gardens & Plots of Ground New Street

Backsides Gardens & Plots of ground Bridge Street

 [?] Brick Lane

[?] Plots of Ground Holborn Street

[?] Plots of ground Stephens Street

Image 141

BTW Benjamin BURTON Esq Grandson & heir of Benjamin BURTON of Castle Burton Co. Carlow Esq., deceased of 1 pt & Andrew DUANY of town & Co. Sligo of the other pt. … lives of Edward DUANY, Mary DUANY and Andrew DUANY… Owen DUANY eldest son of Andrew DUANY to be added

 

79

262

55732?

GORE, Mary

Tipperary

1730 Feb 6

Image 142

BTW Gerrard NAPPER Gent of 1st pt; Mary MOORE als SALMON widow of 2nd pt & John BOWEN and Walter WILTON Esq. of 3rd pt Land in Clonmel & other Land in Tipperary

SOURCE: Crossley’s Abstracts Not sure why it was under GORE.

 

79

265

55748

 

Sligo

1734 Jan 11

WYNNE – STANLEY A Plott of ground whereon are built a front and a back house John’s Lane

A Plot of Ground in the West garden joined to David Carter & Robert Griffith’s plott

Image 143

Rt Hon Lieut Gen Owne WYNNE of Hazlewood [Hazelwood Demesne, Parish Calry. Barony Carbury] Co. Sligo demised to Michael STANLEY of Town of Sligo.. [desc] land in Parish St. John … lives Deborah STANLEY wife of said Michael STANLEY, Catherine STANLEY his daughter & Thomas KNOX son of John KNOX of Sligo Esq.

 

79

281

55832

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1735 May 8

McCULLOCH Jas to CARLILE 1730-1745

James McCULLOH of the City of Westminster & now of City of Dublin Esq. of the 1 pt… lands of Cruisreath Parish of Mullnahudden, Barony of Castleknock, Co Dublin

16e

79

344

56174

 

Armagh

1735 Apr 8

BLACKER-CHARLTON Forkhill 1708-1738

Image 184

BTW William BLACKER Esq Late High Sherriff of Co. Armagh of 1 pt & Andrew CHARLTON of City of Dublin Esq of other pt. … sold to Andrew CHARLETON lands of Charles O’HARA in Sixteen Townlands in Mannor of Forkhill [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper] Co. Armagh. WITNESS: William BURLEIGH of Lurgan [probably Lurgan, Parish Shankill, Barony of Oneilland East] Co. Armagh Attorney.  MEMORIAL WITNESS: William BURLEIGH & Johnathon OGLE of City of Dublin Gent.

100

79

366

56300

GRATTON

Kildare

1735 Feb 10

Thrift Genealogical Abstracts 1708-1739 [Mentioned Ballygibbon Rabbitfield & GRATTEN]

Image 195

BTW Richard WESLEY als COLLEY of Dungan in Co. Meath Grandson of Dudley COLLEY of Castlecarbery Co. Kildare Esq. deceased of 1 pt. Robert GRATTON Gent son of Robert GRATTON Senr John GRATTON Gent son of Symon GRATTON deceased and David and Samuel GRATTON sons of Robert GRATTON party to said indenture of the other pt. said Richard demised to Robert John David & Samuel  lands of Clonmeen, Ranaghahmore & Ballygibbon together with meadows boggs turbery woods underwoods waters watercourses weirs fishings etc …. In any way appertaining the parcel of land near Carrick beyond the black lake commonly called and known by the name of Ranaghanbeg and the commons therof Excepted Situation in Barony Carbery Co. Kildare aforesaid butting mearing and bounding the ford of Canera upon the river Boyne near Kinnefad by a Ditch to the great Dich of Clonsillagh & to the Newgate & Ditch towards Grange & by the hedge side & then the lake near the park of Carrick by the arable land of Clonmeen to the black lake, which leads to the Little bog and thence down to the Millstream which goeth towards the Mill of  Kilmore & thence to the new ditch  of Ranaghan which leadeth southwards by a Stream thro the boggan of Kilmore thence down to the river Boyne Southwards which runneth to the ford of Canchra aforesaid. … to hold for natural lives of Robert GRATTON Samuel GRATTON third son of John GRATTON and Joseph GRATTON seventh son of Robert GRATTON…. Yearly rent of £100 … WITNESS: William LUNEL [LUND?] of City of Dublin Merchant and William TYRREL of City of Dublin Gent one of the Attorneys of His Majesty’s Court of Exchequer. Memorial WITNESS: William TYRREL & Michael ARGENT of City of Dublin Gent

NOTE: Dr. James GRATTAN M.D. (1673-1747) married Elizabeth TYRELL. He was of Dublin and buried at Santry Church. His parents were Rev. Patrick GRATTAN and Grizzell BRERETON.

NOTE: ROD: 129-165-186624 shows these lands were subsequently leased to Rev. James JACKSON. A daughter of Rev. JOHN JACKSON (no forename known as yet) (1604-1691) and Anne HOLT married a GRATTEN (no forename known as yet). It may be that James JACKSON married one of the two daughters of  Rev. Patrick GRATTAN and Grizzell BRERETON.

SEE: JACKSONs of Derbyshire, Berkshire, America & Dublinand BRERETON-GRATTAN-JACKSON.

NOTE: Kildare TOWNLANDS mentioned:

·         Ballygibbon East, Parish Carrick, Barony Carbury

·         Ballygibbon West, Parish Carrick, Barony Carbury

·         Ranaghan probably Rinaghan, Parish Carrick, Barony Carbury

·         Clonmeen probably Clonmoyle, or Clonmoyle West, both of Parish Rathangan, Barony East Offaly

 

79

389

56530

DICKIE

Louth

1734 Mar 11

BELLEW, John-DICKIE NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745 Clonaleenan

NAMES: Rt. Hon Lord John BELLEW; James DICKIE of Clonaleenan; David BAILIE; George PIPPARD of Drogheda; Cornelius M'LAUGHLIN of Drogheda; William PARRY.

NOTE: Cornelius M’LAUGHLIN is a possible father of Margaret O’LAUGHLIN (1722-1797), wife of George JACKSON of Liscalgat & Urker.

d

79

417

56661

McCLELLAND

Antrim & Down

1735 Aug 20

NOTES:  In an indented deed of lease dated 20 August 1735, William Morris Jones, Esq., of Monyglafs [Moneyglass, Parish Duneane, Barony Toome Upper] , county Antrim leased unto Andrew McClelland and Abraham McClelland, linen Drapers of Ballynany, county Down a farm in their possession in Ballynany containing 49 acres 1 rood plantation measure, for their natural lives along with their sister daughter Mary Todd and the life of the longest lived, for annual rent of £5.10 with 12p receivers fee. … Charles Charleton, Gent., of Monyglafs, county Antrim, Thos Tivey, Merchant, of Loughbrickland, county Down and Nicholas White, Gent., of Drogheda witnessed the lease while Thos TIVEY, William Tivey, and John Trevor, Gents., of Loughbrickland, county Down witnessed the memorial. … Andrew and Abraham McClelland signed the memorial. The memorial was registered 10 September 1735. SEE also D/1928/F/A (filed with transcription)

 

79

444

56803

 

Sligo

1735 Aug 4

GORE- GILLMOR Willowman, Parish Killerry [?],Tirerrill

Image 234

BTW Humphry GORE Gent of 1 pt & William GILLMORE of Dunawny [probably Doonowney , Parish Drumcliff, Barony Carbury] in Parish Dunlief [Drumcliff] Co. Sligo … Humphry GORE lands from his brother Robert GORE in an article of marriage … rent to be paid by Gilbert ORMSBY & unto Robert SHAW… WITNESS incl James GILLMORE, William GILLMORE & Thomas HORISK of Dunawny Gent …

NOTE: Humphrey GORE (?-1787) & Robert GORE were sons of Paul GORE & Dorcas WHYTE (daughter of Col. Thomas WHITE & Anne BERESFORD).

 

79

451

56858

JACKSON,

Michael

Dublin

1735 Oct 16

CUSACK Book Index 1730-45

Image 238

Btw Michael JACKSON of Pimlico, Co Dublin Clothier of the 1 pt & Edward CUSACK of City of Dublin Gent of the other. In consid of 25 pounds sterling JACKSON sold to CUSACK for a yearly fee farm rent of 14 pounds sterling house or tenement formerly known by the sign Hen & Chickens and now by the sign of Three Kings situate on the south side of High Street, City of Dublin. WITNESSES: James CONCANNEN Merchant & John CARTER notary public. SEE: Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Pimlico

16e

79

480

56982

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1735 Oct 27

Image 252

Assignment by Patrick SWEETMAN of City of Dublin Brewer the only acting executor of the will of Richard CALLAGHAN late of City of Dublin Baker deceased for considerations paid by Henry JACKSON of City of Dublin Cordwainer assigned lease … on Charles St for 31 years

 

79

493

57042

SALE, Elizabeth

Dublin

Sligo

1735 Nov 5

Image 259

BTW Elizabeth SALE of City of Dublin widow of 1 pt & Francis COCKRAN of Sligo Co. Sligo Merchant of the other  For consideration demised the town and lands of Taunymoyle, Gortinlamport, Carrickmarnard and Drumamore the quarter of Glanboy and the sub denominations thereof viz the bun and bar of Faron the bun & bar of Ardvarnagh Mineemore Moneentum Ballaghnegbehy Bricklanagh with the Corn and Tuck Mills of Glanboy lying and being in the Barony of Drumahair Co. Leitrim from 1st May 1733 for term of 31 years if the said Elizabeth SALE shall so long live .. WITNESS: William BUSBY & Thomas FAULKNER.

18

80

21

54718

JACKSON, Peter

Louth

1734 Dec 8

Image 301

Deed of renewal btw Rev. Patrick DELANEY Clk & Margaret DELANEY als TENISON his wife his wife of 1 pt & John WOODS of Lifhisco Co Monaghan Gent of the other This deed of renewal is annexed to a lease made by Richard TENISON of Thomastown Co Louth Esq. 14 tates of land in the Ballbeaghs of Ballyfrem or  & Logheven or one of them viz Deregooney Corvaccan Cortubbar Shantonagh Shankhill Lisnedaragh Corshellshannagh Lisnisk Coacarra  the two Tates of Farlaghs  the two Tates of Corgreaghs and the Tate of Drumconnan all situate in Parish of Aughnamullen Baorny Cremorne, Co Monaghan. For lives of John WOODS, Rev. Peter JACKSON (rector of KillinCool, Co. Louth), and George JACKSON, son of Peter, aged 12 years or thereabouts

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

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

16d

80

46

54832

 

Louth

1734 Dec 10

GRAHAM-DOBBIN Drumcashel,

Image 314

BTW Rt Hon William GRAHAM of Drogheda Esq of the Privy Council of Ireland Thomas TAYLOR of Kells Co. Meath Esq John GRAHAM of Town of Drogheda Clk & Edward MEAD of Town of Drogheda Alderman of 1 pt & John DOBBIN of City of London Esq of the other pt … Lands of Dromcastle, Barony Atherdee, Co. Meath

 

80

65

54922

JACKSON, William

 

1733 Dec 18

SMYTHE Book Index 1730-45

Image 323

BTW Leonard HATFIELD of Killinure Co. West Meath Esq & Mary his wife of 1 pt; Michael SMYTH of Portlichen Co. Westmeath Esq of 2nd pt; release made btw Leonard HATFIELD Mary his wife & Rev. Dr. William JACKSON of City of Dublin of 1 pt & Michael SMYTH of other pt … granted to SMYTH Lands of Killinure then in possession of Dominick BERTLES of Waterstown containing 94a … lives of Elizabeth HATFIELD als NUGENT Leonard HATFIELD and Mary HATFIELD … WITNESS: Robert DONNALDSON

 

80

81

54979

BAILIE

Meath

1734 Jan 4

BAYLY-BAYLY NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745

John BAYLY Dunsaughlin, Co. Meath, innkeeper of 1st part & John BAYLY jr his son 2nd part (father transferred Dunsaughlin lands to his son) mother Sarah BAYLY WITNESS: Anthony SHERIDAN of Abby Street, Cabinet maker; Thomas SHERIDAN of Dunsaughlin, Mason.

 

80

84

62188

BROWN

Carlow

1708-1738

All In the Barony of Idrone

BAGNE-BROWN

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

 

80

100

55059

OLIVER

 

1730-1745

OLIVER, Robert - RIDGATE 1730-1745

 

80

105

55079

McCULLAGH

 

1730-1745

McCULLOCH Jas to BINDON

 

80

109

55098

 

Armagh

Louth

1733 Mar 4

MURPHY-CRILLY Kiltabane, Killanboly, Killobane, Killanbony, Kiltebane, B Fews

Image 346 1708-1738

Patrick MURPHY of Ballycotton Co. Louth Gent confirmed to John CRILLY of Killcurry Co. Louth  lands of Kilteban & Listrim in Co. Louth [now Armagh?] in Parish of Creggan, Barony of Fews

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80

134

55200

JACKSON, Peter

Louth

1734 Jul 18

WILLIAMS-JACKSON NOTES in 2009 diary

Lease for one year between Peter WILLIAMS of Arthurstown, Co. Louth, Gent, eldest son and heir at law of William WILLIAMSON who was brother and heir at law of Nathan WILLIAMS both late of Arthurstown aforesaid, deceased which said Nathan WILLIAMS was eldest son & heir at law of John WILLIAMS late of Clougill in the Co. Of Meath Gent, deceased of the one part & the Rev. Peter JACKSON of Killincoole in said Co. Of Louth, Clerke of the other part & the said release is made between the said Peter WILLIAMS & Rose WILLIAMS widow of the said William WILLIAMS & mother of the said Peter WILLIAMS of the 1st part [this is a long deed – other names include Rev. Patrick DELANY of Dublin & Margaret DELANY als TENISON his wife sole executor of her late husband Richard TENISON & surviving executor of William BARTON both late of Thomastown, Co. Louth ... lands of Tatebog & Tattybuys ... lands occupied by Joseph Shekelton ... Coolestown ... lands in Barony of Atherdea, Co. Louth.

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

 

80

135

55202

BRADFORD

Dublin

1734 Feb 4

BRADFORD, Alex-TOWNES NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745

BRADFORD-KILPATRICK

Between Alexander BRADFORD doctor of Divinity & Vicar of Parish of St. Andrews in City of Dublin, Thomas LAWLER Surgeon & Martin KILPATRICK Clock maker Church Wardens of said Parish of the one part & William TOWNES of Dublin Knight & Bart. Of the Hon Coll Josua PAUL of Dublin of the other part ... demised to TOWNES & PAUL the old Churchyard on Dame street (map) term of 40 years. Rent £10 WITNESS: James DOBBIN, Dublin, Gent & George EATON, servant to TOWNES. WITNESS James DOBBIN of Longham. William PALMER Clerk.

 

80

150

55295

DAWSON

Monaghan

1734 Feb 15

DAWSON, James-SCOTT

DAWSON, Ralph-SCOTT

 James DAWSON married Catherine SCOTT…. Lands in parish of Dartrey…WITNESS: Rev. John GILL of Aughnamullen Co Monaghan James HALL of Tyraverty & John WILSON of Keagh

 

80

206

55536

JACKSON, Jane & Abigail

Meath

Dublin

Lancashire

1735 Mar 26

JACKSON, Jane- PIPPARD Book Index 1730-1745 Castletownmoor

Image 396

Whereby Jane JACKSON & Abigail BUCKLEY als JACKSON sister and heirs at law of the Rev. Robert JACKSON formerly of Tatham in Lancashire ... set to John PIPPARD of Castletownmoor [Castletownmoor, Parish of Staholmog, in the Barony of Lower Kells] in Co. Meath Esq. Lands of Castletownmoor… all the lands of Castletownmoore. in as full and ample a manner as these premises were held and enjoyed by Matthew BARNWELL Esq. former tenant to these lands… to hold to John PIPPARD for lease of 26 years for yearly rent of 80 pounds . WITNESS: Charles HIGGINS of City of Dublin Gent John THOMPSON of City of Dublin & Thomas LAMB of City of Dublin. Signed & sealed by Jane JACKSONNOTE: Rev. Robert JACKSON (1690-1733) of Tatham, Lancashire & Jane JACKSON (aft 1671-aft1741) & Abigail JACKSON (1683-1763) were all children of Nathaniel JACKSON (1640-1698), a half-brother of: Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706).

 

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55568

BRADFORD

Kildare

1733 Jul 2

BRADFORD, Alex-BRADFORD 1730-1745 NOTES in 2009 diary.

Image 400

Rev. Dr. Alexander BRADFORD of Dublin of the 1st part & James BRADFORD of Athy, Co. Kildare of the other part. Alexander BRADFORD demised Tenement in Athy called The Queens Head Fog with the house adjacent etc ... for lives of James BRADFORD, Graham BRADFORD (brother of James) & John BRADFORD brother of Alexander BRADFORD & now student at Trinity College, Dublin.

 

80

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55779

BALLENTINE

 

1730-1745

BALLENTINE, Robert-MURDOCK

 

80

268

55806

JACKSON,

Nathaniel

Queens

1735 Apr 18

NEVILLE Book Index 1730-45

Image 427

BTW Nathanial JACKSON of Mountmellick, Queens Co. Merchant of 1 pt & William NEVILLE of Mountmellick Clothier of other pt. Demised pt of Derryclonagh aka Derryclonagh Hill … lives of said Nathaniel JACKSON & Erasmus JACKSON brother of Nathaniel JACKSON … WITNESS: Roger KEARNEY of Derryclonagh & Joseph CROFTON of Mountmellick.

 

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55960

JACKSON, James

Dublin

Queens

Wicklow

1735 May 22

GRACE Book Index 1730-45

Image 447

BTW Tristram FORTLICK of City of Dublin Gent of 1st pt. & James JACKSON of City of Dublin of 2nd pt. Thomas GRACE of Raheny Co. Dublin Esq of 3rd pt.

James JACKSON of City of Dublin Lease & Release Tristam FORTICK releases lands of Raheny & Newtown, Co. Dublin  (and other places) to Thomas GRACE on payment of £550 sterling.

Also part of the lands of Rathcoole & Newtown Co Dublin in tenure & occupation of John ALLEN with its appurtenances in Skippers Lane in the county of the said city in tenure of Mary BRADSTOOK . One house with its appurtenances in Cook St in the County in the sd City in tenure of Peirce BUTLER. All that the town and lands of Upper Clenrousk in Queens Co in occupation of Francis KNIGHT & tenements in Maryborough Queens Coin tenure of Thomas GRACE and all that parcel of land of Glanmalure aka [aka Glenmalure – it straddles the townlands of Ballyboy and Carriglinneen, Parish Knockrath, Barony Ballinacor NorthCo Wicklow known by the name of Grace Quarter then in tenure of John Jervis WHITE Esq.

16d

80

312

55972

 

Armagh

Louth

1734 Jan 1

DUNCAN-McNEIL Cloghoge, Ballymascanlon 1708-1738

Image 449

Rt Hon Brabazon Lord Viscount Duncannon of Irelands Privy Council of 1 pt & Malcolm McNEALE of Ballymascanlon Co. Louth Gent Son & Sole Admin of Malcolm McNEAL late of Ballymascanlon Gent [Malcolm McNEIL (1668-1731)] … townlands Ballymascanlon als Ballyscalan, Plaiffer, Prolck, Aghnaskeagh, Ballymakellot the ffagharh, Ballynemenan ffeed Dromoad Carcaarnan & Edentobber in Co. Louth & Clontegory [possibly Clontycarty, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny] & Killeen [either Killeen, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower or Killeen, Parish Killevy (Upper Orior portion), Barony Orior Upper,] Co. Armagh … for lives of Malcolm McNEILE, Daniel McNEALE of Faughard Co. Louth & Robert FOLES of Newston Co. Meath for yearly rent of £467.6 … WITNESS: Henry TOWNLEY of Piedmont Co. Louth Esq & Charles CALDWELL of City of Dublin Gent.

92

80

331

56056

 

Sligo

 

BURTON – MARTIN Abbey a Park in it

Caldragh Park in it

Knappaghmore

Knocknaganny & Park in it

Rath tree Park

Rath Edmond

& The Hill

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground Castle Street

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground High Street

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground Ratcliffe Street

The Fort Custom House and

[?] Gardens & Plots of Ground New Street

Backsides Gardens & Plots of ground Bridge Street

 [?] Brick Lane

[?] Plots of Ground Holborn Street

[?] Plots of ground Stephens Street

 

80

373

56250

 

Sligo

 

BURTON – HEYWOOD Abbey a Park in it

Caldragh Park in it

Knappaghmore

Knocknaganny & Park in it

Rath tree Park

Rath Edmond

& The Hill

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground Castle Street

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground High Street

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground Ratcliffe Street

The Fort Custom House and

[?] Gardens & Plots of Ground New Street

Backsides Gardens & Plots of ground Bridge Street

 [?] Brick Lane

[?] Plots of Ground Holborn Street

[?] Plots of ground Stephens Street

 

80

380

56279

 

Sligo

 

BURTON – COX Abbey a Park in it

Caldragh Park in it

Knappaghmore

Knocknaganny & Park in it

Rath tree Park

Rath Edmond

& The Hill

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground Castle Street

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground High Street

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground Ratcliffe Street

The Fort Custom House and

[?] Gardens & Plots of Ground New Street

Backsides Gardens & Plots of ground Bridge Street

 [?] Brick Lane

[?] Plots of Ground Holborn Street

[?] Plots of ground Stephens Street

 

80

415

56405

PUREFOY, William & wife

Galway

1735 Jul 8

NESBITT

Image 514

William PUREFOY of Woodfield Co. Galway Gent & Margaret his wife of 1st pt. James NESBITT of Croghan Kings Co. Esq. & William PUREFOY of City of Dublin Esq of 2nd pt. Recited: the said William PUREFOY of Woodfield in 9 Dec 1733 previous to his marriage to said Margaret with said James NESBITT & William PUREFOY … re: dower … Margaret NESBITT … released to James NESBITT & William PUREFOY of City of Dublin 177 acres in town of Killmacshane 35a & lands of Derry Bane 15a of Col John EYRES estate & 4 of Mr. Francis MADDENS Estate in Killmacshane in Co. Galway

Purefoy Family Tree:

 

80

420

56417

MOORE, Mary

 

 

Image 517

Not related to GORE.

SOURCE: Crossley’s Abstracts

 

80

425

56436

SALE, Jane

Dublin

1735 Jun 24

Image 519

BTW Esther SALE als POULLMAN wife of John SALE then late of City of Dublin, Gent & George SPENCE of same City brewer of other part. Reciting deed re intermarriage of Esther SALE to John SALE 6 Apr 1732  that after the decease of her mother Esther entitled to lease made by John MASON Esq. of Waterford to Thomas POULLMAN father of said Esther … NOTE: The names index had the name Jane SALE which does not appear.

18

80

443

56501

BIRCH

Tipperary

1735 Jun 10

BIRCH, WM-WALSH NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745

Between Reverend William BIRCH of Rosscrea, Co. Tipperary & Pierce WALSH of City of Dublin ... lands on Essex St. Dublin [description follows]

 

80

451

56529

COULTER

Louth

1734 Mar 11

BELLEW to COULTER 1708-1738 (TI Bk 71) Cavananore

NAMES: Rt. Hon. John Lord BELLEW; Samuel COULTER of Cavananore; John COULTER; Nathanial COULTER; Andrew COULTER; George PIPPARD of Drogheda; Cornelius M'LAUGHLIN; William PARRY.

d

80

473

56629

COULTER

Louth

1735 Aug 27

BELLEW to COULTER1708-1738 (TI Bk 71) Cavananore Carrickstuck

BELLEW,John-COULTER NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745

NAMES: Rt. Hon. John Lord BELLEW; Charles COULTER of Carrickastuck; William COULTER of Carrickastuck; John COULTER; James COULTER; George PIPPARD of Drogheda; Cornelius M'LAUGHLIN of Drogheda; Matthew PAGEITT; Benjamin JOHNSTON.

NOTE: Cornelius M’LAUGHLIN is a possible father of Margaret O’LAUGHLIN (1722-1797), wife of George JACKSON of Liscalgat & Urker.

d

80

476

56636

 

Kings

1735 Aug 20 & 23

ARMSTRONG als PARSONS to PERCY

Bo Clonlisk

Image 545

Memorandum that Frances ARMSTRONG als PARSONS widow & relict of Alexander ARMSTRONG late of Carrickmakeegan Co. Leitrim Gent deceased one of the sisters and Coheirs of William PARSONS late of Garradice Esq. btw Frances ARMSTRONG od 1st pt & Wm PIERCY of Aughetawney Gent & Sarah PERCY als ARMSTRONG his wife of the other pt. by which Frances ARMSTRONG conveyed to William PERCY & Sarah PERCY his wife for the use of Sarah in the 4th pt lands incl the Manor of Killdaraghmore cont the Cartron of Aughetawneightra the Cartron of Ardmoynon Lisnetollagh one Cartron corossillan one third of a Cartron Killdaraghmore & Killdaraghbegg one quarter and a half Clinagh & Dromore three Cartrons Killaough One Cartron Lehard & Kinleboe one Cartron & three quarters of a Cartron Dumbaroe one Cartron the Village of Corcasce the Manor Castle townlands of Garradice als Garraurose als Garrowrose als Garrowlise with a Court Leet & Baron containing [very long list] in Barony Clonliske Kings Co. Agreed that William & Sarah his wife said premeses with Francis PERCY of Ballintemple Kings Co. Gent  one of the coheirs of William PARSOONs deceased …

158

80

530

56811

 

Kings

1735 May 6

SPRIGGE – BURGH

Bo Coolestown& Garrycastle

Image 562

BTW William SPRIGGE of Clonivoe Clanivoe [Clonavoe, Parish Clonsast, Barony Coolestown,],Kings Co. Esq. of 1 pt & Ulysses BURGH of City of Dublin Esq. of the other pt.  … [damaged deed…] 250a late in possession of Edward TAYLOR townlands Cloonelyon & Lisclogh cont 356a  townlands of  Teddanimore Teddanebeg Cloonebannagh containing 400a townlands of Lisclooney & Tissarean containing 500a all which were lately held and enjoyed by George HOLMES Esq. all in Kings Co. to be held by Ulysses BURGH for lives of Ulysses BURGH Thomas BURGH eldest son of said Ulysses BURGH & Margaret BURGH wife of said Thomas BURGH …

NOTE: There is a glitch in the way the lives are recorded in this memorial. Rt. Rev Ulysses BURGH’s son was Col. Thomas BURGH (1670-1730) husband of Mary SMYTH. Their son Thomas BURGH (1707-1759) was the husband of Margaret SPRIGG – daughter of William SPRIGG (they married 19 Dec 1734). He lived at Oldtown, Naas, Co. Kildare. SOURCE: thepeerage.com

157

81

1

55764

JACKSON, William

Westmeath

1735 May 2

ST. GEORGE Book Index 1730-45

Rev. William JACKSON Doctor in Divinity of 1 pt & Rev. Arthur St GEORGE Doctor of Divinity of other pt.in consid of 217 pounds JACKSON transferred lands of Killonure, Faranomorin, and Ballybeg in Co Westmeath for lives of Leonard HATTFIELD, Mary his wife & Elizabeth his sister WITNESSES by Joseph SANDERS clerk to Henry BUCKLEY & Henry BUCKLEY.

 

81

19

55887

 

Sligo

1735 Apr 15

JAMESON [?] – MCLORINAN The House & Houses formerly called Capt. Booth’s Store Houses containing 1r 24p

Image 16

BTW William JAMESON Elizabeth PIGOTT als BARNARD alias JAMESON his wife both of Sligo Co. Sligo of the 1 pt & Hugh McLORRIMAN of same Gent of other pt. Reciting that John BOOTHE late of Sligo by deed Oct 1717 demised to John BERNARD late of the Town of Sligo Surveyor of the Customs all his Houses in Quay Street formerly called Capt. BOOTH’s Storehouses bounded on the east by John LEISTOR’s holding on the west by Quay Street on the North by the Quay 7 yards distant from the said Storehouse door and on the south by the Barrack Wall … for lives John BOOTH, Capt Humphry BOOTHE and Lettice BOOTHE Widow … John BARNARD is since dead and the said Elizabeth PIGOTT als BARNARD his widow * executrix and now married to William JAMESON of Sligo Ship Carpenter and whereas John BARNARD eldest son & heir …

 

81

61

56136

 

Cavan

1708-1739

SINGLETON-JERVAIS Enagh, Castlerahan Civil Parish, Barony of Castlerahan

Barony Castlerahan

 

81

 74

56200

 

Sligo

Kildare

Limerick

Carlow

 

BURTON – HARDY  Abbey a Park in it

Caldragh Park in it

Knappaghmore

Knocknaganny & Park in it

Rath tree Park

Rath Edmond

& The Hill

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground Castle Street

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground High Street

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground Ratcliffe Street

The Fort Custom House and

[?] Gardens & Plots of Ground New Street

Backsides Gardens & Plots of ground Bridge Street

 [?] Brick Lane

[?] Plots of Ground Holborn Street

[?] Plots of ground Stephens Street

Image 46

[many townlands in several counties]

 

81

177

56670

BALLENTINE

Dublin

1730 Sep 1

BALLENTINE, Robt-HUTCHINSON

Image 99

Mountrath St.

 

81

252

57246

 

Armagh

1735 Nov 8

JOHNSTON-BENSON Cavanahanlon, Drumaltnamuck,B. Fews

Image 138

John JOHNSTON of Johnston Bridge, Co. Armagh in consideration of £100 made over to Richard BENSON of Dublin Gent lands of Cavanahan [??] & Drumaltnamuck [Drumaltnamuck, Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper,]… WITNESS: Edward DALTON of Dublin Notary Public & son Christopher DALTON

93

 

98

81

286

57485

BINGHAM

Mayo

1730-1745

ANNESLEY, Sarah-BINGHAM

Not sure why I had this

 

81

411

58120

 

Sligo

1736 Apr 2

MITCHEL & ORS – WYNNE Several Parks & Plotts of Land in or near ye town 1/3 of Mr. Coote / Ormsbys house & gardens Brown & Bennett Elgees Ormsbys Close in Wrath & several closes

Clonhibitain

Image 220

BTW Michael MITCHELL of City of Dublin, Gent, Barbara MITCHELL als ORMSBY his wife & William MARSHALL of said City Gent of 1 pt & Owen WYNNE of Hazellwood  [Hazelwood Demesne, Parish Calry. Barony Carbury] Co. Sligo Esq of other pt. … in consideration of £300 1/3 part of house wherein the Rev Coote ORMSBY dwelt with the gardens and backsides and other houses .. and also 1/3 part of Closes adjoining thereto known by the name of BROWN and BENNETT’s Closes and 1/3 of Closes and Parks commonly called Mr. ORMSBY’s Parks and 1/3 of other Closes in Clonhibikin containing 17a …. WITNESS: Francis BLAKE of City of Dublin Esq & William KNOX of same, Gent.

 

81

449

58293

JACKSON, Peter

Kilkenny

 

FLOOD Book Index 1730-45

Peter JACKSON of City of Kilkenny, baker & Henry BAKER of Rathculbin Co Kilkenny of other pt. & John FLOOD of City of Kilkenny of 3rd pt…. land in Tullamaine, Co. Kilkenny.

 

82

5

56844

OSBOURNE

 

1730-1745

BALL, Charles-OSBORNE

 

82

141

57295

BROWNE

Mayo

1733 Oct 18

BELL, Robt-BROWNE NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745

John BINGHAM of Castlebar, Co. Mayo nephew & heir of Henry BINGHAM of Castlebarr & Martin BLAKE ... James BROWNE of Kilticollea, Co. Mayo NOTE: I could see no mention of BELL

 

82

179

57452

COULTER

SIMPSON

Louth

1734 Mar 11

BELLOW-SYMPSON 1730-1745 Annaghivacky, Barronsland

BELLEW, John-SIMPSON NOTES in 2009 diary. Notes from Co. Louth Townland Books had # 57485

NAMES: Rt. Hon John Lord BELLEW; Rev. Patrick SYMPSON aka SIMPSON aka SIMSON of Philipstown; James COULTER; Charles COULTER; Nathanial COULTER of Cavananore; Samuel COULTER of Cavananore; Grizel SYMPSON aka SIMSON aka SIMPSON; George PIPPARD of Drogheda; Cornelius M'LAUGHLIN of Drogheda; William CONWAY of Ballenfull aka Ballinfuil. OTHER PLACES: Annaghvackey.

NOTE: Cornelius M’LAUGHLIN is a possible father of Margaret O’LAUGHLIN (1722-1797), wife of George JACKSON of Liscalgat & Urker.

d

82

201

57536

GILMER

Armagh

1735 Oct 22

HAMILTON TO MAXWELL1708-1738

Btw George HAMILTON of Balteagh [Bealteagh, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh], Co Armagh & Benjamin HAMILTON of Roxborough, Co Tyrone Gent of 1 pt & Rev. Dr. Robert MAXWELL of Fellowshall [Crearum, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh] of 2nd pt – transfer of 58 acres Scotch Measure in townland of Feduffe [probably Foyduff, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny], Co Armagh with 6 acres of land of Tullybrick [Tullybrick (Hamilton), Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny] & tenement in town of Middletown formerly in possession of Francis DONELLY leased to Hugh HAMILTON of Roxburrough Co Tyrone by Hans HAMILTON of ffrankford [??]Co Armagh Esq. Dec’d for 3 lives: Joseph HAMILTON Benjamin HAMILTON & Jane HAMILTON sons & dau of sd Hugh HAMILTON. Witness; James GILMER of Minuny John SCOTT of Dromgola & Robert SCOTT of Armagh. Gent, all in Co Armagh .& John ELLIOT of Fellows Hall

 

82

207

57560

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1734 Jun 9

JACKSON-TODD Book Index 1730-45 Image 413

William JACKSON Merchant of Colerain Co Londonderry demised to Isaac TODD of same Merch. All that bleach yard with the house etc formerly belonging to Sarah MELVINS, then in possession of said Isaac TODD together with a park or meadow abt 2a lying at the Bann side & North side of the lower part of the Wilderness with a small Guarding formerly Archbishop McKINLEYs & opposite to Mr. John DUNLOPs Gurding on which said Isaac had enclosed with a stone wall then in his possession together with a park and field formerly Mr. ADERTONs adjoining on the South side with Thomas HALADYs [aka HALLIDAY] field and bounded on the west with the road that leads to Ardicleave [Articlave Lower (most likely) or Articlave Upper, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine].

.  35 yr lease... WITNESS: William KENTON of Coleraine schoolmaster & Samuel BRINDLEY Clerke to said Isaac TODD SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine Probably William JACKSON (1695-1744)

 

82

207

57562

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1735 Jul 24

JACKSON-ADERTON Book Index 1730-45

Image 413

William JACKSON of Colerain Co Londonderry demised to Thomas ADERTON town and lands of Lenon Garron [aka Lennongarron] then in his possession in Parish of Dunboe [Dunboe, Barony Coleraine.], Manor of Clothworkers & Co. WITNESS: Samuel BRINDLEY Clke & Isaac TODD Merchant. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine William JACKSON (1795-1744)

 

82

333

58031

 

Sligo

 

STUART – WYNNE 2/3 of Mr Coote Ormsby’s late owell house & gardens

2/3 of Brown & Bennett’s Close

2/3 of Ormsby’s Closes in Wrath

2/3 of several Closes pt of Clonhebickin

 

82

356

58140

POOLE, Richard

Dublin

1734 May 29

Reciting 1705 Aug 20.

Land in Earl's Street o'wise Yea and Nay St, Liberty Thomas Court and Donore, Dublin [For more related to Yea & Nay St see: ROD: 87-345-62000, & ROD: 125-217-84802]

John MONTGOMERY since deceased life removed; Richard POOLE since deceased father of Robert POOLE.

 

82

418

58399

JACKSON, George

Antrim

1734 Oct 12

JACKSON-DAVIES aka DAVYS 1730-1745 Book Index 1730-45

Image 522

Marriage Art: of George JACKSON of Antrim Steeple [Steeple, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper], in Co Armagh Gent of 1 pt & Luke DAVIES of Dunmore in sd Co Gent & Armanalla DAVIES his daughter ... sum of 25 pounds... Catherine DAVIS wife of Luke DAVIS... whereas George JACKSON is possessd of one moiety of the lands of Antrim Steeple by virtue of will of his father George JACKSON, dec’d renewable lease under Lord Massarene & the other moiety of the lands of Antrim Steeple which Mary JACKSON is entitled to by virtue of the will  which would revert to George after her death or marriage...WITNESS: Clotworthy NEIL of Shanescastle Arthur O’NEIL of Antrim & Alexander DAVIS of Dunmore all in the Co. Antrim, Gent

NOTE: The memorial actually recorded “of Antrim Steeple, in Co Armagh”. If this was not a transcription error by the clerk, then it is of great interest.

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

 

82

427

58441

 

Armagh

1736 May 17

LEIGH-TIPPING Darcy, Drumhill, [??]  B. Fews Finniskin, [Finiskin, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper]B Fews 1708-1738

Image 526

Whereby Mary LEIGH widow & relict of John LEIGH late of Town of Drogheda; Alderman Edward LEIGH of Town of Drogheda Clerke & Francis LEIGH of Town of Drogheda Alderman executors of last will of John LEIGH in consideration of £190 granted to Thoms TIPPING of Castletown Co. Louth Esq. part of Darcy commonly called the Demesnes of Darcy [probably Dorsy, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] 150a part of Darsy containing 218a Redbog, 24a Finisk in 344a Redbog in common 23a part of Drumhill [possibly Drumaltnamuck ] 107a Redbog 12a & Mill dam 8a in all 886a in Parish of Creggan Barony Fews Co. Armagh WITNESS: Henry FARIS of Drogheda yeoman & John DONNELLY servant to Francis [LEIGH] Christopher DALTON, Gent.

95

100

82

481

58673

 

Sligo

 

WYNNE – WILSON A Plott of Ground or Garden in Church Lane

 

82

508

58808

 

Armagh

1732 Feb 21

HALL-WOODROF Ballynaghy, 1708-1738

Image 579

BTW Francis HALL of the Middle Temple of 1 pt; John WOODROFFE & John SCHROEDER of London Merchant of other pt. & lease btw Francis HALL of Middle Temple Esq & Rebecca his wife of 1 pt & John WOODROFFE & Mr. John SCHROEDER of London Merchant… lands of Ballynaghee, [probably Ballynacarry, Parish Creggan, Barony of Fews Upper], Greenenagh & & Drumbally [Drumbally, Parish Creggan, Barony of Fews Upper] B. Fews … WITNESS: Coll Thomas WENTWORTH of City of Dublin Esq & Charles DUCKWORTH, Saraah THOMAS & Mary CRAMPHORN all of London.

86

82

519

58848

 

Sligo

 

BURTON – STRATFORD Finisely pt a Park 6a 2r 9p

 

82

521

58858

BROWN

Carlow

1708-1738

BROWN-NEWTON

Ballymurphy, , Co Carlow, Downings, , B. Idrone,

 

83

58

57335

57535

 

Armagh

1708-1738

HAMILTON-MAXWELL Feeduffe, [probably Foyduff, Parish Tynan, Barony of Armagh] B. Turany

100

83

63

57561

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1735 Feb 2

JACKSON-HALLIDAY Book Index 1730-45

Image 39

Lease btw William JACKSON, of Coleraine, Co. Londonderry, esq to Thomas HOLLYDAY of Waterside in the parish of Killowen, Co. Londonderry, Innkeeper .. house or tenement which HOLLYDAY possessed in the south side of Bridge St.,, Co. Londonderry… meared and bounded by Edward ADERTON’s field on north & south and in west with road leading to Ardiclave.. WITNESS: William KENTON of Coleraine, schoolmaster & Samuel BRINDLEY clke to Isaac TODD. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine William JACKSON (1695-1744)

 

83

83

57646

GILLMER

Armagh

1733 Oct 5

MACKIE to GILLMER1708-1738 Legacory

 Btw Samuel MAKAY of Richhill, [probably Rich Hill or Legacorry, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] Co, Armagh & James GILLMER of Minunyin [??], Co Armagh ... refers to indenture Dec 23, 1687 by Edward RICHARDSON later of Legacorry [probably Rich Hill or Legacorry, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West], Co Armagh & Ann his wife unto John THOMPSON late of Legacorry devised by will to his son John THOMPSON. Witness incl John SCOTT of Stonetown, Co Armagh & Francis SCOTT of Killilea [Probably Killylea, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh] of sd county Gent.

 

83

123

57884

 

Kings

1730 Mar 6

MINCHIN et al- LOVETT

Castletown Bo Clonlish

Image 72

BTW Humphry MINCHIN of Busherstown [Busherstown, Parish Castletownely, Barony Clonlisk] Kings Co. Esq. & George MINCHIN of City of Dublin Merchant of 1 pt & Sarah LOVET  of Dromoile [Dromoyle, Parish Kilcolman, Barony Ballybritt,] Kings Co. Widow of the other pt. … in consideration of £1,000  released to Sarah LOVET lands in her possession: Busherstown [Busherstown, Parish Castletownely, Barony Clonlisk] Dromroe and Castletown [probably Castletown, Parish Birr, Barony Ballybritt] Ballenree [probably Ballinree, Parish Birr, Barony Ballybritt] Ballingrothy and Ballycornigan in Barony Clonlish [Clonlisk ] Kings Co. WITNESS: Henry PALMER & John HUMPHRIES both of City of Dublin Gent and Memorial WITNESS: Henry PALMER & Endymion LAWSON

164

83

189

58252

 

Louth

 

TISDALE –TISDALE Killeen,

Many names and townlands. Of interest: Richard TISDALE of Atherdee, Co. Louth & Philip TISDALL, eldest son & heir apparent, of Dublin Esq…. Francis LEIGH of Town of Drogheda, mayor.. Thomas BOLTON of the City of Dublin Esq.

 

83

257

58688

BARTLEY

Londonderry

1735 Dec 2

BOYD to BARKLEY

Deed made by James BOYD late of Calmore, now of Gortagork, Co. Londonderry to Ninian BERKLEY of Maghera in said Co. Merchant.... lands in Moneymore & Tamnemullen in parish of Maghera, Barony of Loghlinsholling, Co. Londonderry ..description of lands incl Fair Green at Maghera. NOTE: Parish Maghera , Barony Loughinsholin

x

83

328

59108

JACKSON, William

Coleraine

1734 Mar 27

LINDSAY Book Index 1730-45

Image 178

William JACKSON of town of Coleraine, Co. Londonderry demised to David LINDSAY of the same, merchant, Co. Londonderry… part of land formerly in possession of James LAWRANCE and then in possession fo David LINDSAY in Parish of Drumboe, Manor of Clothworkers, Co. Londonderry for term of 35 years at rents of  11 pounds 15s 2d. WITNESS: Thomas HOLLYDAY, linen draper & William CHURCH  both of Coleraine. NOTE: SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

83

384

59395

WALLACE

Armagh

1736 Aug 20

WALLACE to ROSS Turlagh

Roe’s Lane

1708-1738

Image 206

Abraham WALLACE of Newry Co. Down Gent in consideration of £110  sold to Robert ROSS of Rostrevor Co. Down Esq. made over Carmeen, Lisduff, Cloghenramer in Lordship of Newry Co. Down & part of Ballyboght [??] commonly called Turlagh [??]  Rosslane [??]  & 2 meadows near same in Co. Armagh

 

83

403

59473

JACKSON, Ambrose

Cork

1736 Aug 2

Image 215

… Reciting Robert ROGERS Esq 30 Mar 1704 demised to Jane De la CROIX Large Stone House Cellar & Garden then in occupation of Isaac DE LA CROIX on North East Marsh of City  … and reciting that Ambrose JACKSON, Merchant being entitled to said lease by deed 23 Sept a723 in consideration of £300 …

NOTE: Alderman Ambrose JACKSON was husband of  Judith Jenpin DE LA CROIX, daughter of Isaac DE LA CROIX.

 

83

407

59493

BELLEW

Louth

1735 Jul 24

Lease betw Hon John Lord BELLEW Baron of Duleek of the one pt & John MORRIS & Henry SMITH both of West Shortstone in the Co. of Louth, Gent of the other part. 205A 2R plantation measure in West Shortstone, Barony of Dundalk, Co Louth lives of Henry SMITH & Hugh SMITH son of Henry SMITH & James MORRIS son of John MORRIS. Witness George PIPPARD of Drogheda & Wm CONWAY of Ballynefulling, Co. Louth.

 

83

426

59600

 

Armagh

1736 May 3

MARKES-RICHARDSON Par Loghall

1708-1738

Image 227

BTW William MARKS of Cloveneden [probably Cloven Eden , Parish Loughgall (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West, Co. Armagh] Parish Loughgall Co. Armagh of 1 pt & Jonathon RICHARDSON of Egrilogher [Eagralougher, Parish Loughgall (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] Parish Loughgall Co Armagh of the other… upper half of townland of Cloveneden …

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DAWSON

Armagh

Donegal

1736 Aug 26

KELLY-DAWSON 1708-1738 Armagh School Lands

Image 244

Ralph DAWSON of Dawsons Grove, [aka Dartry Estate and now in Co. Monaghan] Co. Armagh, Gent & Daniel KELLY of same Gent. In consid of 1100 pounds  pd by Daniel KELLY ... lands of Ballyworken & Drumnakelly and the mill... more lands ... incl in Co. Donegal, Richard MARTIN Schoolmaster of the Free School of Armagh.... Thomas VERNER clerk to Daniel KELLY....

 

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JACKSON

Kings

1736 Dec 14

LAMB-Robert JACKSON

Image 269

BTW Richard LAMB of Cumer Kings Co. Gent of 1 pt & Robert JACKSON of Grange [Grange, Parish Seirkieran, Barony Ballybritt] Kings Co. farmer of 2nd pt Reciting that Robert SAUNDERS of Newtowne Saunders Co. Wicklow Esq by deed 6/7 Nov 1724 set to Richard LAMB the northwest part of Cumer [probably Cumber Lower  and/or Cumber Upper, Parish Kinnitty] divided btw Richard LAMB and Joseph LAMB  for lives of Edward LAMB, Richard LAMB sons of Richard LAMB & Thomas MITCHELL … 7 Aug 1734 in consideration of £250 paid by Robert JACKSON granted for lives  lands of Cumer together with appurtenances. WITNESS: Joseph WHITE of Roscrea Co. Tipperary Clothier & Jones BIRCH a student in trinity College Dublin. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkeiran.

 

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519

60087

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1730-1745

McCULLOCH Jas to OUSLEY

James McCULLOGH of Bremore, Co. Dublin. Not pertinent.

 

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520

60094

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1736 Decd 22

FORTICK Book Index 1730-45

A tripartite deed btw Tristrum FORTICK, city of Dublin, sadler of 1st pt. Joshua CARLETON of the same linen draper of the 2nd and James JACKSON of the City of Dublin, Gent. Of 3rd pt. in consid of payment of 83 pounds 2 s 6d from James JACKSON to FORTNICK & remains of mtg… sold to James JACKSON piece of ground on Fleet St. 18 ½ feet fronting on Fleet St. extending in length through to College St bounded on the west by a house held by John DOBBINS, east to the holding of John Hutchinson SMITH and on the North and South to Fleet Street and College Street. …term of 63 years. WITNESS: John SHERIDAN of Dublin, Sadler &  Joseph LANDERS of City of Dublin, scrivener.

 

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15

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Sligo

1735 Feb 5

BTW Henry GORE of City of Dublin Gent son & heir of Francis GORE and of Elizabeth SALE als GORE both deceased of the 1 pt & Francis CORKRAN of Sligo, Co. Sligo Merchant of the other pt. Henry GORE demised to Francis CORKRAN townlands of Taunymoyle [possibly Tawnymanus], Gortinlamport, [Gortnalibbert Parish Cloonclare Barony of Drumahaire] Carrickmarnad Drimore and the [?] of Glanboy [Glenboy, Parish Cloonclare Barony of Drumahaire] and the subdenominations thereof the Bunn and Barr of Faron [Barr of Farrow, Parish Cloonclare Barony of Drumahaire]  the Bun and Barr of Ardvarnagh [Ardvarney, Parish Cloonclare Barony of Drumahaire] Mincemore  [Meenymore, Parish Cloonclare Barony of Drumahaire] Moneenlum [Moneenlom Parish Cloonclare Barony of Drumahaire], Lullaghnebehy & Bricklunagh with the Tuck Mills of Glanboy[Glenboy, Parish Cloonclare ]in Barony of Drumahair [Drumahaire] Co. Leitrim for term of 31 years. WITNESSED: Edward SALE of City of Dublin Doctor of Laws & Francis DUANY of this City Surgeon & Thomas WILLS of said City Gent Memorial witness: Thomas WILLS & Francis CHAMBERLAIN of City of Dublin

NOTE: The parish of Cloonclare is just east of Manorhamilton.

NOTE: Elizabeth TIFFIN was the wife firstly of Col Francis GORE (abt 1660-abt 1701) and then of John SALE (d. abt 1730). Her daughter Anne GORE (b. btw 1692-1701) was the wife of Richard JACKSON and the mother of Rev. William JACKSON (abt 1737-1795), the United Irishman.

 

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15

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Sligo

1735 Feb 13

GORE – CORKRAN The Plotts & Houses in Possession of Stephen Crean & [?] Wiggins

Image 300

BTW Henry GORE of City of Dublin Gent son & heir of Francis GORE & of Elizabeth SALE als GORE als TIFFIN both deceased of 1 pt & Francis CORKRAN of Sligo, Co. Sligo Merchant of the other pt. Henry GORE set to Francis CORKRAN Plotts and Houses in Castle Street Town of Sligo in possession of Stephen CREAN & Patrick WIGGINS and Their undertenants for term of 31 years… WITNESS: Man CORNYN of City of Dublin Gent & Thomas WILLs of same Gent

NOTE: Elizabeth TIFFIN was the wife firstly of Col Francis GORE (abt 1660-abt 1701) and then of John SALE (d. abt 1730). Her daughter Anne GORE (b. btw 1692-1701) was the wife of Richard JACKSON and the mother of Rev. William JACKSON (abt 1737-1795), the United Irishman.

 

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McCULLAGH

 

1730-1745

McCULLOCH Jas to POLLARD

 

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73

58092

 

Louth

 

TISDALE –TISDALE Killeen,

 

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112

58489

 

Sligo

1732 Sep 25

WYNNE – KING A Tenement & garden in Church Lane

A Plott of Ground 300’ front near ye Key

Image 352

BTW Rt Hon Lieut. Gen Owen WYNNE of Sligo Co. Sligo & Henry KING of Town & Co. Sligo Merchant of other pt. … House in Church Lane [description] parish of St. John … for natural life of Henry KING Elinor his wife and Elinor his daughter… WITNESS: Mitchelburne KNOX of Town of Sligo Merchant Capt John WYNNE nephew General WYNNE and Edward MARTIN of Ballyglass (NOTE: there are 4 Ballyglass Townlands)Co. Sligo

 

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58582

JACKSON, William

Coleraine, Londonderry

1736 May 31

MOORE Book Index 1730-45

Image 358

Lease btw William JACKSON of Coleraine, Co. Londonderry of 1st pt; Frances his wife of the 2nd pt;  & the Hon Elizabeth MOORE of the City of Dublin , widow of 3rd pt. JACKSON had received payment of £1300 from MOORE for lands of Ballimadigan, Drumnequile, Donbally-Carn Ringrashbeg Ringrashmore Ardaclave etc … in Co. Londonderry. WITNESS: William CHURCH & William KINKEAD.

NOTE: Co. Londonderry Townland Links:

·         Ballimadigan,aka Ballymadigan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine,

·         Drumnequile aka Drumaquill, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine,

·         Donbally-Carn I don’t know where this is. Possibly Drumballyhagan Clark.

·         Ringrashbeg aka Ringrash Beg, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine.

·         Ringrashmore aka Ringrash More, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine,

·         Articlave Lower (most likely) or Articlave Upper, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine.

NOTE: William JACKSON (1695-1744) was the husband of Frances EYRE. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

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Sligo

1734 Jun 18

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

[?] Parke of Kells of ground and houses

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

Image 380

BTW Rt Hon Lieut. Gen. Owen WYNNE of Hazlewood [Hazelwood Demesne, Parish Calry. Barony Carbury] Co. Sligo of 1 pt & William WILSON of Sligo Co. Sligo Merchant of other pt. Whereas Francis LEICESTER of Tabley in Cheshire in Great Britain and his wife Frances by indenture 2 Nov 1710 let to James WILSON late of Sligo deceased uncle to said William WILSON dwelling house in High Street [description] … lives of William WILSON, James MOORE son to William MOORE late of Sligo and Mathew BUNTON son to William BUNTIN of Sligo.. William WILSON named life of John WILSON son of said William WILSON instead of Mathew BUNTING deceased WITNESS: Rev Erble ORMSBY Rector of Sligo & Edward MARTIN of Ballyglass (NOTE: there are 4 Ballyglass Townlands) Co. Sligo Gent.

 

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JACKSON, William

Coleraine

1736 Nov 11

CAREY Book Index 1730-45

Image 407

William JACKSON of Coleraine in consid of  5s paid to him by Henry CARY of Dungivin, Co. Coleraine Esq. Arthur CHURCH  of Coleraine Esq.  & Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq sold to  Messrs Henry CARY, Arthur CHURCH & Thomas JACKSON  town and lands of Ballimadigan, Drumnequile, Donbally=Carn Ringrashbeg Ringrashmore Andaclave etc. WITNESS Farmer GLOVER & William CHURCH of Coleraine.

NOTE: Co. Londonderry Townland Links:

·         Ballimadigan,aka Ballymadigan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine,

·         Drumnequile aka Drumaquill, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine,

·         Donbally-Carn I don’t know where this is. Possibly Drumballyhagan Clark.

·         Ringrashbeg aka Ringrash Beg, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine.

·         Ringrashmore aka Ringrash More, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine,

·         Articlave Lower (most likely) or Articlave Upper, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine.

NOTE: This is William JACKSON (1695-1744) SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

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JACKSON, William

Coleraine

1736 Nov 11

CAREY Book Index 1730-45

Image 407

Whereby William JACKSON of Coleraine, Co. Londonderry Esq. having contracted many & great debts & minded to vest his estate in Trustees in payment  thereof and in consideration of the sum of 5 pounds sterling sold to  Messrs Henry CARY, Arthur CHURCH & Thomas JACKSON  town and lands of Ballimadigan, Drumnequile, Donbally=Carn Ringrashbeg Ringrashmore Andaclave etc…. all that Manor commonly called the Manor of Clothworkers, Barony of Coleraine, Co. Londonderry.

NOTE: Co. Londonderry Townland Links:

·         Ballimadigan,aka Ballymadigan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine,

·         Drumnequile aka Drumaquill, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine,

·         Donbally-Carn I don’t know where this is. Possibly Drumballyhagan Clark.

·         Ringrashbeg aka Ringrash Beg, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine.

·         Ringrashmore aka Ringrash More, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine,

·         Articlave Lower (most likely) or Articlave Upper, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine.

NOTE: This is William JACKSON (1695-1744) SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

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Armagh

1736 Nov 15

HALL-DERRY Nicholsons Farm, Ballymoney, Man Brownlows, Derry

1708-1738

Image 424

Thomas HALL of Mullaghmossagh Co. Tyrone Gent of 1 pt executor of the late deceased Francis HALL of Mullaghmossagh [??] & Rowland DERRY of Ballynamonie [Ballynamony, Parish Seagoe, Barony Oneilland East] Co. Armagh Gent of other pt. demised to DERRY lands then in possession of Patrick HARVEY, John HARVEY, Thomas HASLAM, Mathew DONAGHY, Terence HAGHY & James MURTAGH part of half townland of Ballynamonie together with farm called Nicholson’s Farm then in possession of Roland …

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JACKSON, Nathaniel

 

Queens

1736 Jan 21

ANNESLEY, Thomas-JACKSON NOTES in 2009 diary. Mountmellick 1730-1745 1708-1738

Thomas ANNESLEY of Mt. Melick in Queens Co. Innkeeper of Mt. Mellick of 1st part & Nathaniel JACKSON of Mt. Mellick Merchant of the other ... in presence of Luke DEMPSY, Thomas MATTHEWS, Walter FITZGERALD all of City of Dublin, Gent ...

 

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OLIVER

Limerick

1736 Jun 12

OLIVER, Robert -MOORE NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745

Robert OLIVER of Clondfoy, Co. Limerick & Susanna OLIVER als KNIGHT & Robert OLIVER jr.

 

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JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1737 Jun 17

JACKSON-MERCER NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745

Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin, Merchant in consid of 121 pounds 9s 2d … grant to Luke MERCER all that land  on the north side of Polebeg Street,  in Liberties of City of Dublin  containing in breadth in the front of said street  17 feet 8 perches  and the same in rere and in depth  56 feet with all houses, buildings and improvements … term of 37 years. WITNESS: James SAUNDERS; Michel ARGENT both clerks to William PARRY of City of London, notary.

 

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JACKSON, James

Antrim

1736 Jun 23

Land Index 1709-1738

Inver [Inver, Parish of Inver. Barony Belfast Lower] alias Oldtown [not Oldtown, Parish of Ballyrashane, in the Barony of Dunluce Lower] Lavin (James Jackson’s holding) – Notes from P. Crossley.

Larne, Oldtown, James Jackson’s holding

Image 537

BTW Rt. Hon Alexander Earl of Antrim of 1 pt & James JACKSON of Larne Co. Antrim Gent of the other pt. Tenement & Garden on north side of Mill Street in Town of Larne als Inver containing in front 58’ and backwards from front 140’ together with house & shop opposite on south side on the East side of the Tuck Mill containing 24’ in front & 14’ deep with an additional garden in Murdogh’s Park for lives of [Royalty]… James JACKSON. [SEAL]

NOTE: borders on Town Parks, Parish Larne. Barony Glenarm Upper and near Browndod, Parish of Inver. Barony Belfast Lower].

NOTE: Alexander MacDONNELL(1713-1775) was the 5th Earl of Antrim SEE: Wiki.

 

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509

62294

JACKSON, Henry & Hugh & James

Meath

Dublin

 

Monaghan

1737 Nov 21

 JACKSON-FARRELL site research

 CASSIDY Book Index 1730-45

Image 553

Mortgage 21 October 1737, Henry JACKSON, Lisnabow, County Meath, Gent and Hugh JACKSON, Ballybeain, County Monaghan, Merchant, 1st pt, Patrick Cassidy, Dublin, Gent the other part.
Recites that Thomas BLIGH, Brittas, County Meath, Esq. demised to the said Henry JACKSON all that the sixteen poles of Ballynaticknuff [?] then in his possession containing by estimation 152 acres, situated in County Meath to hold from
1 May 1712 during the lives of the said Henry JACKSON, Hugh JACKSON and James JACKSON his sons. Various covenants not noted. Clause of Renewal....
Recites that the said Henry JACKSON by Lease demised unto the said Hugh JACKSON 40 acres of the said sixteen Poles of Ballynaticknuff at the yearly rent of £7 sterling during the term of the natural lives of the lives of the said Henry JACKSON and the said
Hugh  JACKSON.
Witness that the said Henry JACKSON and Hugh JACKSON in consideration of £40 sterling did assign to the said Patrick CASSIDY all their Rights and Interests in the said lands and Towns together with their two several Leases, to hold by said Patrick CASSIDY during the lives of the said Henry and Hugh JACKSON.
NOTE: Edward LUCAS of Monalty Co. Monaghan & Charles CASSIDY son of said Patrick CASSIDY & Bryan SHEEHY of City of Dublin. SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe  and Lisnaboe documents

 

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59267

POOLE, Jacob

Dublin

1729 Apr 18

Image 62

BTW Jacob POOLE of City of Dublin Clothier of 1 pt & Robert MONTGOMERY of Newmarket in Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore Co. Dublin Clothier whereby Jacob POOLE demised to Robert MONTGOMERY house then in occupancy of Robert MONTGOMERY bounded on the East by another holding belonging to Jacob POOLE and on the north by Mr. WINRIGHT’s holding together with the use of the Shore on the Premises … for 99 years. WITNESS: Moses BRUGUIERE of City of Dublin Merchant & Robert BOYTON then clerk to John SMITH Public Notary.

 

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Kings

1736 Jun 1

MINCHIN-MINCHIN

Castletown Bo Clonlish

Image 140

BTW Humphry MINCHIN of Busherstown [Busherstown, Parish Castletownely, Barony Clonlisk] Kings Co. Esq. of 1 pt Paul MINCHIN of Ballynakill Co. Tipperary Esq. & John GREEN of City of Dublin Gent of the other pt. Quadripartite deed btw  Humphry MINCHIN of 1st pt Paul MINCHIN and John GREEN of 2nd pt Rev George PHILLIPS of City of Dublin Clerk and George MINCHIN of City of Dublin 3rd pt & Godfrey GREEN of Greenhill Co. Kilkenny Esq and Catherine GREEN eldest daughter of Godfrey GREEN of 4th pt. Reciting marriage to be had btw Humphry MINCHIN & Catherine GREEN & £1,000 marriage portion & release to Paul MINCHIN and John GREEN lands of Busherstowne [Busherstown, Parish Castletownely, Barony Clonlisk] Drumroe [Drumroe, Parish Castletownely, Barony Clonlisk] & Castletown containing in whole 527a 2r 26p in Barony Clonishe [Clonlisk] Kings Co. WITNESS: Samuel WALLER City of Dublin Esq. & Richard GASON of Killoshalloe Co. Tipperary.

NOTE: Rev. George PHILLIPS was the husband of Jane JACKSON daughter of Rev. John JACKSON (1688-1751) & Anne CASTLETON. SEE: JACKSONs of Santry

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HAWKINS

Carlow

Dublin

1736 Dec 18

SYMONS-HAWKINS Notes in 2009 diary 1708-1738

Henry SYMONS of Clogheristick, Co. Carlow, Gent in consideration of £140 paid by John HAWKINS of Dublin, Esq. Did grant all of Ballynaboly containing 218A 2R in Barony of Idrone, Co. Carlow for 21 years.

 

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6029

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1736 Apr 13

Lord SANTRY-JACKSON NOTES in 2009 diary.

Rt Hon Henry Lord Baron Barry of Santry of 1 part & Henry JACKSON of City of Dublin Cordwinder of the other ... ground on North side of Pill Lane formerly in possession of John BURGES ... 25’X130’ .. Cow Lane on north (more description) ... 31 years.

 

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HALL, William

Dublin

Londonderry

1736 Oct 1

Image 208

between William ROWLEY of Abbottstown Co. Dublin Esquire of the one part and William HALL of the city of Dublin Esquire of other part whereby the said William ROWLEY and consideration of an indenture executed by the set William HALL to the said William ROWLEY granted for several annuities or yearly rents of 500 pounds and 60 pounds to William HALL by James HAMILTON and John HAMILTON Esq. during the natural life of a said William HALL coming out of several tenements and hereditaments in the said  indenture mentioned …

Quoilley [probably Quilly, Parish Desertlyn, Barony Loughinsholin] Leighumhier [possibly Lecumpher, Parish Desertmartin, Barony Loughinsholin] Dunmurry [Dunmurry, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] & Maydamlagh als Madamloghi [Moydamlaght, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] Carndegsie [Carndaisy, Parish Desertlyn, Barony Loughinsholin] Carncoase [Carncose, Parish Desertmartin, Barony Loughinsholin] Tamlagh als Tamleighmore [Tamlaght, Parish Tamlaght, Barony Loughinsholin], Ballyarlea als Ballyfarlea [either Ballyforlea, Parish Derryloran (Derry portion), Barony Loughinsholin or Ballyforlea, Parish Lissan (Derry portion), Barony Loughinsholin] Tullybuy [Tullyboy, Parish Derryloran (Derry portion), Barony Loughinsholin] Dunaveragy als Dunabragy [Dunnabraggy, Parish Lissan (Derry portion), Barony Loughinsholin] Drumrott [Drumrot, Parish Derryloran (Derry portion), Barony Loughinsholin] Ballyloghaan [Ballyloughan, Parish Derryloran (Derry portion), Barony Loughinsholin] Anagavill als Anaghavill [Annahavil, Parish ?, Barony Loughinsholin] Calhin [??] McSparan [??] Duny Crunny als Derry Cromey [Derrycrummy, Derryloran (Derry portion), Barony Loughinsholin] Turneyface als Turna fase [Turnaface, Parish Lissan (Derry portion), Barony Loughinsholin] Ballygonybagg als Ballyownybeg [Ballygonny Beg, Parish Tamlaght, Barony Loughinsholin] Ballymoyle [Ballymoyle, Parish Tamlaght, Barony Loughinsholin] Cullian [Cullion, Parish Desertmartin, Barony Loughinsholin] Bavagh als Boveagh [Boveagh, Parish Desertmartin, Barony Loughinsholin] Gortachurk als Gortachork [probably Gortahurk, Parish Kilcronaghan, Barony Loughinsholin] Derrynascallan als Durnascallon [Durnascallon, Parish Desertmartin, Barony Loughinsholin] Longfield [Longfield, Parish Desertmartin, Barony Loughinsholin] Tirgan als Terrygan [Tirgan, Parish Desertmartin, Barony Loughinsholin] Moykerran [Moykeeran, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] Moykeelan als Moyheelan [Moyheeland, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] Gortnaskea [probably Gortnaskey, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] Carnamoney [Carnamoney, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] Ballynure [Ballynure, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] Breckagherly als Brackagh [Brackagh, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] Reilly [possibly Owenreagh, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] & Turnabreak [possibly Tullybrick, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] All in Manor of Drapers in Barony Loughinsholin. [Co. Londonderry] in the province of Ulster and Realm of Ireland and of the lands and are elements contained in several indentures from the master and wardens and brethren and sisters of the gilded fraternity of the blessed Mary the Virgin of the Mystery of the Drapers of the City of London unto Clotworthy UPTON and they said William ROWLEY severally and respectively for several terms of years now to come an unexpired. To hold to the said William HALL and is assigned the residue of the several terms for years. WITNESS: John SMITH Esq. Counsellor at Law & John DENNIS and Mark WHITE Gent attorney. William OWLEY [SEAL]

NOTE: France UPTON, sister of Clotworthy UPTON, was the wife of Sir Hercules ROWLEY

 

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Armagh

1736 Jul 26

BLACKWOOD-HAMILTON Cullintragh 1708-1738

Image 210

BTW Robert BLACKWOOD of Ballyleedin Co. Down. James BLACKWOOD of City of Dublin Esq & Robert DONALDSON of City of Dublin Gent of 1st pt. Alexander HAMILTON of City of Dublin of 2nd pt & Isaac McCARTNEY of Belfast Co. Antrim of 3rd pt. … lease of Cullintragh [Cullentragh, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] Parish & Co. Armagh

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60718

Ball, Abraham

Armagh

1736 Jul 7

DONNELAN-BALL Tullydonnell, B Fews 1708-1738

Image 213

BTW Rev William DONNELLAN of City of Dublin, Cke of 1 pt & Abraham BALL Jun of Darver Co. Louth, Gent of the other. Demised to Abraham BALL all that part of Tullydonnell [Tullydonnell (Gage) orTullydonnell (O'Callaghan), Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] now in possession of Abraham BALL in as full a manner as John JOHNSTON held the same (containing 190a in Barony of Fews and Co. Armagh) for lives of James TISDALL Jun & said Abraham BALL and Samuel BALL. WITNESS: Edward DOWDALL of Mountaintown Co. Meath Esq. & Lawrence PAINE of City of Dublin Gent Memorial WITNESS: Lawrence PAINE & Benjamin TISDALL both of City of Dublin.

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Louth

 

McCARTEN – TENISON Philipstown

 

85

408

60745

DAWSON

 

1730-1745

DAWSON, Walter-HOLMES

Walter DAWSON – Thomas HOLMES… lots of lands

 

85

438

60881

 

 

1708-1738

REDDY-SIMONS Notes in 2009 diary Old Leighlin, Tompsons Freehold

Not pertinent.

 

85

501

61177

 

Armagh

1737 Mar 25

JOHNSTON et al- ACHESON Carrickleane

1708-1738

Image 265

BTW Richard JOHNSTON of Gillford Co. Down Esq of 1 pt & John GILL of Mullenarry Co. Monaghan Clk & Marjery his wife of 2nd pt; Catherine GILL only daughter of John GILL of 3rd pt; Sir Arthur ACHESON of Markethill Bart of 4th pt.. Marriage to be had btw Richard JOHNSTON & & Catherine GILL … lands in Co. Down … Sheetrim [either Sheetrim, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper,or probably Sheetrim, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny] & Carricklean [Carricklane, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny] in Co. Armagh … lands in Co. Monaghan … tenement in town of Lurgan now in possession of said GILL on Northside of the Marketplace and adjoining to the way that goes to Brownlow Derry on the southeast side in Co. Armagh … WITNESS Rev Robert JONES of Ballybeagh Co. Monaghan & Baptist JOHNSTON of Tully in said Co. Esq.

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BALL

Armagh

1737 May 28

BALL to CANDLER Notes in 2009 diary 1708-1738

Image 273

Between Abraham BALL of Darver, Co. Louth, Esq. Of 1st part & Thomas CANDLER of Kilbline, Co. Kilkenny Esq. Of the other ... refers to marriage of son Thomas BALL to Grace ACTON ... list of townlands incl  Drumlougherry [probably Drumlougher, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper]. Teer [Teer, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Armaghmare, Sytrim [Sheetrim, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper ], Cullyhanna [Cullyhanna Big and Cullyhanna Little, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] , part of Raceelan [probably Rathkeelan, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Cross [Crossmaglen, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Munoge [Monog, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Urher [Urcher, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Drummacavale [Drummuckavall, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], part of lands of Eurycaine, [possibly Ummeracam (Ball) North and/or Ummeracam (Ball) South, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper],  Tullygellahan [Tullyogallaghan, Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper]  & Emurinyvore [Ummerinvore, Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper] part of lands of Legmoylin [Legmoylin, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper]. All in B. Fews and also lands of Cargin [??], part of townland Legacree [??] part of townland Cashel [Cashel, Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper] Barony Orier, the townland of Aughenduffe [Aughanduff Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper],  Townland of Lurgen [probably Lurgan, Parish Shankill, Barony of Oneilland East] part of townland Drumuly [probably Drumilly, Parish Killevy (Upper Orior portion), Barony Orior Upper,] all in B. Orier, Co. Armagh part of town land Crickstown, townland of Anavinstowne Barony Ratoath, Co. Meath with future interest of 500 pounds to & for the benefit of Thomas CANDLER to be paid to him the day next after the decease of the said Abraham BALL without any deduction … Abraham BALL confirmed to Thomas CANDLER yearly rent of 30 pounds issuing and payable out of charges on townlands of Crss [aka Crossmaglen] Munag [aka Monag] and Urher [Urcher, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] all in Barony of Fews and also Ravinstown Barony Ratoath, Co. Meath for 99 years should Abraham BALL live so long. WITNESS: Robert NORMAN City of Dublin, Esq., Robert HENDERSON servant to Robert NORMAN & John KATHERINS of City of Dublin Not Publ.

 

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59087

JACKSON, Edmond

Kilkenny

1732 Apr 1

HAYDON Book Index 1730-45

Image 204

BTW Edmond JACKSON of Portnescolly Co. Kilkenny Esq. of 1st pt & Mary JACKSON Sen als HAYDEN wife of Edmond JACKSON of the 2nd pt. William HAYDON of KilmcOliver Co. Kilkenny Esq. of 3rd pt. Edmond JACKSON sold to William HAYDON town and lands of Dungoly & Portnascolly Barony Iverk Co. Kilkenny in trust for the separate Maintenance of said Mary JACKSON als HAYDON for term of 99 years … also a yearly rent charge in trust for the support Maintenance & Deucation of his 3 daughters Margaret JACKSON, Mary JACKSON & Anne JACKSON for and during term of 21 years … perfected by Edmond JACKSON of Curluddy Co. Kilkenny above 60 miles from Dublin in presence of Roger SHAW of Ballyderry Co. Tipperary Gent Barnaby JACKSON of Curluddy Co. Kilkenny Gent & Robert SNOW of the City of Waterford, Gent. MEMORIAL WITNESS: Barnaby JACKSON & Daniel TAYLOR of City of Waterford Gent. Signed 14 July 1736.

SEE: JACKSONs of Kilkenny.

 

86

46

59237

JOHNSTON

Monaghan

1736 Aug 16

John JOHNSTON-NOBLE

John JOHNSTON of Johnston’s Bridge, Co. Armagh of 1 pt & Brabazone NOBLE of Rahans in Co. Monaghan of other part…. Transfer of 13 tates of land commonly known as Kenock Two Tates of Annaghbeg One Tate Anaghmore , one Tate Magony, two tates Miskishmore,  one tate Drumbole,  one tate Tamispitmore… with the mill or millsted  in Manor of Iniskeen, Barony of Farney, Co. Monaghan.

 

86

87

59405

ECHLIN

Down & Dublin

1736 Jul 31

CLEWLOW, James-ECHLIN 1730-1745

Bt Rt Hon Ld Viscount Limerick of 1 pt James Campbell HAMILTON late of Dublin, but now of London & Ann his wife dau & only heir of Sir Hans HAMILTON Bart late dec’d of the 2nd pt Robt LAMBERT of Dunlady, Co Down & Hugh JOHNSTON of Redamon  Co Down James CLEWLEW of Bangor Clke of 3rd pt Hugh HENRY of City of Dublin Esq. & Samuel WARING of sd City Gent of 4th part & James ECHLIN in Rowbane, Co Down Esq of 5th pt... townland of Ballygraffen, Barony of Ards, Co Down to James ECHLIN.. containing mills, watercourse etc....

 

86

186

59987

O’NEILL

Cavan

1736 Sep 4

Image 399

BTW Hugh O’NEILL of Tullyvin Co. Cavan & Jane his wife of 1 pt & Owen REILLY of Aghively Co. Cavan of the other… lands of Drumavanagh, Co. Cavan

 

86

186

59988

 

Drogheda

1708-1738

BALL to HUMPHRY (Not in this volume. Mem# is probably wrong)

The west plot of ground with the building thatched & cabin in theron formerly in Richard Brodigan’s possession.

 

86

329

60600

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1736 Feb 1

McCULLOCH Jas to TUMMIN 1730-1745

James McCULLOH of City of Dublin & Wm TUMMIN of Nestpanstown, Co Dublin ... lands in Co Dublin

 

86

339

60658

ROBINSON, John

Dublin

1735 Jan 4

Image 471

Will of John ROBINSON of City of Dublin Plaisterer & Painter deceased left to son Henry ROBINSON 50 pounds payable out of his holding in Cuff Street devised to his son Joseph ROBINSON and did leave to his the Testators son Anthony ROBINSON the Ground and Houses in Garden Lane in the suburbs of Dublin which the Testator held by virtue of a lease from Mr Patrick CALLAN and also left to the said Anthony the holding wherein the Testator lived in St. Kevins Street demised to him by the Widow… left to George ROBINSON holding on North Side of Golden Lane demised to the Testator by the Executors of William HOWARD Esq subject to the yearly rent plus 20 pounds to John ROBINSON son to Anthony ROBINSON and left to son Joseph ROBINSON holding on South side of Cuffe Street demised to Testator by two several leases from Mr. John LEE one of them for lives renewable and one for term of years subject to payment of 56 pounds & Interest due by Testator to Mrs Onah BURKES & the said 50 pounds to said Henry ROBINSON … to son Joseph ROBINSON his pew in St. Peters Church … to son William ROBINSON his holding in Digg Street Dublin demised to the Testator by lease from David Digges LATOUCHE Esq…. daughter Ann GRUNDY he left a silver Can & did leave all his wearing apparel to be divided amongst such of the sons as his said daughter Ann should think fit…… holding in High Street demised to him by Mrs. WHITESHED … 1/6th part to each of his sons Henry, Anthony, George & Joseph & the remaining 1/3rd to son William …WITNESS: John ANNESLEY of Kevins St Dublin Sadler; Philip PEEL of City of Dublin Brick layer. Benjamin JOHNSTON Public Notary MEM WITNESS: George THOMAS of City of Dublin & George BAMBRUCK of City of Dublin Cordwainer…. Ann GRUNDY als GRINDY one of executors…

NOTE: I noted this memorial because of ROD:243-111-158743 and ROD: 265-383-176738 and JACKSON connections to Cuffe Street.

 

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341

60668

ROWLEY

HALL

Londonderry

1736 Oct 1

Image 472

BTW William ROWLEY of Abbotstown Co. Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & William HALL of City of Dublin Esq of the other. For £1,604.9.1 towns [long list in Drapers lands connected to Clotworthy UPTON] Co. Londonderry

Image 472

William HALL of City of Dublin Esq of the 1 pt & William ROWLEY of Abbotstown Co. Dublin Esq. of 2nd pt. [see above]

 

86

343

60685

JACKSON,

Michael

Dublin

1736 Mar 12

JACKSON - LUTRIDGE Book Index 1730-45

Image 474

Lease and release between Michael JACKSON of Plimlicoe, City of Dublin, Clothier of the 1 pt & Thomas LUDWIDGE of Whitehave, Great Britain, merchant of the other part… house and tenement known by the sign of the Hen and the Chickens in High Street, City of Dublin.  With the backside house of ease and appurtenances to hold unto Thomas LUTWIDGE… yearly lease of 14 pounds. WITNESS: James CONCANEN; of City of Dublin, Merchant.  & James CONCANEN jr.  of same city son of James CONCANEN merchant. SEE: Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Pimlico.

NOTE: I expect a connection between the two families mentioned in ROD: 86-343-60685 and ROD: 86-343-60689 is likely because both deeds shared the same date. This argues for a connection between the JACKSONs of Pimlicoe and the JACKSONs of Seirkieran.  SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkeiran

 

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344

60689

JACKSON, Robert

Kings.

1736 Mar 12

WARREN als PERCY – Robert JACKSON

Image 474

BTW Mary WARREN als PERCY widow & relict of Richard WARREN late of Grangebegg Co. Kildare Esq. deceased. Hannah HOEY als PERCY [possibly also HOOEY] widow & relict of George HOEY late of City of Dublin Esq. deceased. Harry TOWNLEY of Piedmont Co. Louth Esq. & Ann TOWNLEY als PERCY his wife & Richard BUTLER of Garryhunden Co. Carlow Bart & Lady Henrietta BUTLER als PERCY his wife & Henry Stanley MONK of City of Dublin Esq. & Jane MONK als PERCY his wife. Which said Mary WARREN Hannah HOEY Anne TOWNLEY Lady Henrietta BUTLER & Jane MONK are daughters and coheirs of Henry PERCY late of [Seskin?] Co. Wicklow Esq. deceased of 1 pt. & Robert JACKSON of Grange Kings Co Gent of the other . Whereby the said coheirs for consideration demised to Robert JACKSON all the tithes both great and small belonging to the coheirs in the

parish of St. Kerans [Seirkieran] and also the Glebe lands in Ballybritt & parish of Aughancon & also the tythes in Parish Roscomroe viz Knockarly Newtown & Lowhaollen & also the Glebe land in Kinnitty Castletown & Upper Ballyshane & also tythes in Parish Kinitty viz Upper Ballyshane Tulla Ballynalack Ballyncmurragh the 100a Glanefilly Kinitty Castletown & the commonage of 12 cows and a Bull in Lands of Kinitty all in Barony Ballybritt Kings Co.  … for 9,999 years… WITNESS: Henry SIMONS of Clogheristick Co. Carlow Gent & Thomas MULOCK of Dublin public notary. Robert JACKSON [SEAL]. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkeiran.

NOTE: I expect a connection between the two families mentioned in ROD: 86-343-60685 and ROD: 86-343-60689 is likely because both deeds shared the same date. This argues for a connection between the JACKSONs of Pimlicoe and the JACKSONs of Seirkieran.  SEE: Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Pimlico.

 

86

363

60772

 

Louth

 

BAYLEY- Lord NORTH Dromullagh,

Not sure it is pertinent.

 

86

395

60932

ECHLIN

Monaghan

1708-1738

ECHLIN-ACHESON Book 43 (1708-1738) Corduffles

Marriage to be between Anne MOORE & Arthur ECHLIN...complex – lots of lands in Parish of Tullycorbet & Agnamullen, Co. Monaghan

 

87

13

60321

 

Armagh

1736 Oct 16

MAXWELL-MAXWELL Kiltibride, Kiltibrett, B Tauranny, Par Tynon

1708-1738

Image 13

BTW Rev. Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Hall [Crearum, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh], Co. Armagh Dr of Divinity of 1 pt & Robert MAXWELL of Falkland, Co. Monaghan of the other pt. Set town of Lislanelly [probably Lisslanly, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny], Barony Tirany, Co. Armagh & Turf Bog of Kiltibrett [probably Kiltubbrid, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny] late in possession of Robert STEWART of Knockranslough [??], Co. Armagh Esq & his undertenants together with all houses, outhouses, Orchards, Gardens Meadows, pastures… woods, and underwoods … excepting all mines and minerals and quarries and other Royalties … during life of John MAXWELL son of Robert MARWELL Esq., Robert STEWART son to major Robert STEWART deceased & William MAXWELL son to aforesaid John MAXWELL & grandson of said Robert MAXWELL esq. WITNESS: John ELLIOT of Fellows Hall Co. Armagh servant to Dr. Robert MAXWELL.

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87

68

60609

JACKSON?

Drogheda

1736 Jan 26

PIPPARD-STEWART Bk 71 1708-1738

Image 45

BTW John PIPPARD of Castle Town Co. Meath Gent od 1 pt & James STEWART of City of Dublin Esq of other pt. demised house & malthouse waste ground and 2 new houses built on the Waste Ground on South Quay in Drogheda and all houses where Widow COOPER lately dwelt on North Quay in Drogheda

 

87

69

60616

HARDY

Armagh

1737 Mar 3

WALKINSHAW, JAMES, Dromart, Co. Armagh, gent.

23 Oct. 1736. Narrate, -| p., 3 March 1736/37.

His wife Margaret WALKINSHAW, exor. His only son James WALKINSHAW, under twenty one years. His brother-in-law Joseph BOYD of Armagh, apothecary, exor. Testator's said wife, James KIRKPATRICK and Joseph BOYD, guardians of his said son and six daughters. His then dwellinghouse, land etc. in Dromart [Drumart, Parish Mullaghbrack (ONeilland West portion), Barony Orior Lower]. Witnesses : William PYE, Armagh, gardener, James HARDY, Dromart, Co. Armagh, gent., Christian MONTGOMERY now wife of John ELLIOT near Banbridge, Co. Down, farmer.

Memorial witnessed by : Hugh PROVAND, Dublin, druggist, John MOFFITT, Dublin, gent. Joseph BOYD (seal)

NOTE: Joseph BOYD (abt 1670-?) married Christian KIRKPATRICK, sister of Rev James KIRKPATRICK (1676-1743). Margaret was likely a BOYDE or a KIRKPATRICK. James HARDY was probably the brother of Elizabeth HARDY, wife of William OLIVER of Ballynahone, Co. Armagh.

 

87

91

60711

JACKSON, John

Louth

1736 Mar 16

GRACE Book Index 1730-45

Image 66

 Deed of Lease & Release  btw Mark BARNES son & heir of Jocelyn BARNES late of Gerrardstown Co Meath Clerk of 1st part; John JACKSON of Marshallrath Co Louth son & heir of Arthur JACKSON late of Marshalrath, Co Louth Esq deceased  of 2nd pt  & Rev. John GRACE of Navan Co Meath Clerk of 3rd pt… 350 pounds to John JACKSON

SEE: ROD: 217-214-143418 John JACKSON of Sportsmans Lodge, Co Meath Gent in consid of 2,941 pounds pd by Richard PHEPOE of City of Dublin Esq. Town and lands of Marshallrath 300 acres more or less in Co Louth NOTE: The widow of Arthur JACKSON was likely Anne JACKSON née SHINTON of Chambre St. Dublin. SEE: ROD: 317-327-217870 and ROD: 335-127-222781

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87

95

60729

JACKSON, George

Kings

1736 Apr 26

BIDDULPH-JACKSON et al

Curragh, Bo Ballybritt

Image 68

BTW Francis BIDDULPH of Fortall, Kings Co Gent of 1 pt & George JACKSON of Cullinivain [Cullenwaine, Parish Cullenwaine, Barony Clonlisk,] Gent & Arthur COLLEY of City of London Merchant of other pt. Quadripartite release btw Francis BIDDULPH & Nicholas BIDDULPH Gent his only son & heir of 1st pt. Patience COLLEY of Killiorey Queens Co Spinster eldest daughter of Thomas COLLEY of Killiorey Queens Co. Gent of 2nd pt & George JACKSON & Arthur COLLEY of 3rd pt George TALBOT of Cloneganagh Kings Co. Gent Kings Co of 4th pt. Francis BIDDULPH had  sold to George JACKSON and Arthur COLLEY several townlands … Rathrobin Curragh & Bredagh containing 660a the Lord Shelburne’s part of the townland of Greatwood containing 60a & 52a lands of Ballyboy late in tenure of Ephraim ROBERTS in west side of town of Ballyboy Kilgolan cont 50a … lands late in tenure of Nicholas BIDDULPH Gent deceased father of said Francis BIDDULPH in Barony Ballybot Kings Co. and also lands of Cullymore 155a late in tenure and possession of Nicholas BIDDULPH and town and lands of Lugamarley alias Annasclan and Ballingowen in Parish Killahy Kings Co …. On lease 10 Apr 1668 containing 182a mearing with road leading from Killihie to Balyboy on the south upon the north with townland Cappengarron on the East with Cappengarron and on west with Ballykeen & Mullagherohy and also all land of Fortall and Aghavoly als Ballynavoly cont 660a … in Barony Ballybritt … WITNESS: Anthony RUSSELL & Maria JACKSON. Francis BUDDOLPH [SEAL]

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87

103

60774

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1737 Mar 26

DUMAGAN Book Index 1730-45

Image 72

Lease btw Henry JACKSON of City of Dublin Cordwainer of the 1 pt & James DUMAGAN of the same Baker of the other pt. JACKSON demised for the term of 23 years for rent of 14 pounds sterling a Dwelling House or Tenement wherein Richard CALLOGHAN formerly dwelt on Charles Street in the Suburbs of the City of Dublin. WITNESSES: Owen CHAPMAN brewer of Dublin & Joseph THOMPSON of same Gent

15

87

106

46710

 

 

 

Lord Massarene

See Elizabeth

NOTE: Numbers do not match numbers in Bk.

SOURCE: Crossley’s Abstracts

 

87

109

62379

 

Queens

 

DAWSON-FORTESCUE Grange,

 

87

111

60814

 

Sligo

1736 Mar 24

ROSS – FOLLIOTT A House & Garden 44’ Front 37p in the whole formerly of [?] Cooper’s holding Castle Street

Image 76

BTW William ROSS son & heir of James ROSS late of Town & Co. Sligo Gent deceased of 1 pt & John FOLIOTT of Sligo of the other pt. IN consideration of £115 granted to John FOLLIOT House & Garden in Castle Street containing in front to said street 44’ and in whole 37p formerly part of Coopers Holding lately possessed by _____ together with Ballydoogan [Ballydoogan, Parish St. John's, Barony Carbury]on the west side of Kevens Park[Kevin’s Park] containing 13 a 3r lately in possession of James ROSS all in Town of Sligo … for natural lives of Florence ROSS, Elizabeth ROSS & William ROSS and the survivor …

 

87

119

60847

JACKSON, Henry

Wicklow

1737 Apr 14

Image 80

Martha EATON of City of Dublin widow of Thomas EATON late of City of Dublin Esq deceased executor of will of Thomas EATON; Gerald BYRNE of Town of Wicklow Gent executor of will of Thomas BYRNE of Town of Wicklow Merchant deceased Walter BYRNE of Killoghter Co. Wicklow Gent to make over part of Salt House then formerly in possession of Peter WHITE and then Thomas BYRNE … bounded on south by Henry JACKSON’s holding in the Liberties of the Burrough of Wicklow …

 

87

126

60883

Molloy

Kings

Carlow

1725 Jun 22

MOLLOY-DROUGHT

Image 84

William MOLLOY of Droughthill, Kings Co of 1st pt & Elizabeth DROUGHT daughter of Thomas DROUGHT of Ballyoliver Co. Carlow Gent of the other pt. Marriage to be btw William MOLLOY & Elizabeth DROUGHT, settlement out of lands of Doughill … and authorize John DOUGHT of Ballyboy, [Ballyboy, Parish Ballyboy, Barony Ballyboy],  Kings Co to give Livery an Seizen unto Elizabeth and Thomas DROUGHT … and the said William MOLLOY … sum of £400 … WITNESSES: Richard DROUGHT brother of said Thomas DROUGHT John Drought HEATH of Heath [NOTE: There are two townlands named Heath: Heath, Parish Lynally, Barony Ballycowan  and Heath Parish Aghancon, Barony of Clonlisk] Kings Co. Gent & Edward LALOR of Carlow Gent

(See: ROD: 49-531-33169 – my interest was the townland name Droughthill aka Dooghill aka Doughill etc. and its connection to DROUGHT & MOLLOY and hence to JACKSON,) My best guess is Droughtville, Parish Drumcullen, Barony Eglish

 

87

173

61148

GILMORE

Armagh

1737 May 14

HAMILTON-GILLMER Dromgosse 1708-1738

Image 109

BTW Leslie HAMILTON of City of Dublin of 1 pt & James GILLMER of Malclony [going from other deeds, probably Manooney, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh],  [there was an ink spot on the name] Co. Armagh Gent reciting deed of 25 Jul 1735 whereby Sir Arthur ACHESON Bart Acheson MOORE Esq & Arthur GALBRAITH, Hugh GALBRAITH and Jane his wife in pursuance of a Decree and in consideration of £780 paid to Henry Lord Viscount PALMERSTON… granted to Leslie HAMILTON … lands of Drumgoose [Drumgose, Parish Tynan], Barony Terrany [Tiranny] [Co. Armagh. WITNESS: Daniel KELLY & Peter HAMILTON.

NOTE: Not likely the Drumgoose in Parish Drumcree. Barony Oneilland West.

 

87

176

61164

PUREFOY, William

Kings

Tipperary

Galway

1735 Nov 5

BROWNE

Image 111

BTW Sir William PARSONS of Parsonstown Kings Co. & Lawrence PARSON of Loretto Kings Co. Grandson & heir to Sir Robert PERSE of Roxburrown Co. Gallway Esq. & William PUREFOY Jun of Eyre Court Co. Galway Esq. & Emmanuel PIGOTT of Chetwyn Co. Cork Esq. of 1 pt & Daniel BROWNE of Riverstowne Co. Kildare Esq of other pt. Reciting lease previous to marriage of Lawrence PARSONS with Mary SPRIGGE 3 Sept 1730 btw Sir William PARSONS & Lawrence PARSONS of 1t pt  the said Robert PERSE & William PUREFOY of 2nd pt & Emanuel PIGOTT & George WARBURTON City of Dublin Merchant since deceased of 3rd pt William MOOR of City of Dublin Esq. & Henry PALMER of Parsonstown Gent of 4th Pt. William SPRIGGE and Mary SPRIGGE of 5th pt granted to Emanual PIGOTT and William PUREFOY and heirs lands of Ballyduffe containing 600a & several other lands in Barony Lower Ormond Co. Tipperary …

Purefoy Family Tree:

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61166

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1737 May 18

PEARSON Book Index 1730-45

Image 111

Rev. John JACKSON of Clanshagh Co Dublin Clerke of 1 pt & Nathanial PEARSON of City of Dublin Esq. of the other …in consideration of £500 released to PEARSON town and lands of Holywoodrath 140A in Barony of Castleknock, Co. Dublin. John JACKSON [SEAL] WITNESS James DAVISON Clerke to George MOORE Public Notary. SEE: JACKSONs of Santry

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61405

 

Dublin

1737 Jun 16

Image 139

John PETERS of City of Dublin Silver Lace weaver in consid of 5s with direction of Francis WEYMYS and Mary his wife in consid of £32 sold to Thomas JACKSON of Dublin, Merchant, one annuity or yearly rent charge of £8 payable out of lot of land on north side of Polebeg Street, Dublin containing in front 17’8” and same breadth in rere and depth of 56’ more or less. … a brick dwelling house thereon. WITNESS: James SAUNDERS and Michael ARGENT both clerks for William PARRY.

 

87

243

61465

McCULLAGH

Londonderry

Antrim

1736 Jan 13

McCULLOCH Willm to SCOTT

Image 146

Tripartite release BTW George CARY Gent son & heir of Arthur CARY late of Derryard [Derryard, Parish Bovevagh, Barony Keenaght], Co. Londonderry, Esq. deceased Henry CARY of Dungiven [Dungiven , Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] Co. Londonderry Esq Henry DOWNING eldest son & heir of Adam DOWNING late of Rocktown [Rocktown, Parish Maghera, Barony Loughinsholin], Londonderry Esq. deceased. John CHURCH eldest son & heir of Lieut. George CHURCH late of Coleraine Co. Londonderry deceased William McCULLOGH of Peymount [aka Piedmont - It is situated between Randalstown and Toomebridge, Co Antrim. on the Gloverstown Road near Duneane Presbyterian Church]. Co. Antrim, eldest son & heir of James McCULLOGH late of Grogan [Groggan, Parish of Drummaul, in the Barony of Toome Upper],  Co. Antrim deceased & Daniel CARMICH of Oghill [either Oghill , Parish Tamlaght-finlagan, Barony Keenagh or Oghill, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran] Co. Londonderry, Gent of 1st pt. William SCOTT of City of Dublin Esq. of 2nd pt. & Thomas GOWAN of Dublin Gent of 3rd pt. Lands: Killyblought als Killyblight als Killyblaght [probably Killibleught, Parish Bovevagh, Barony Keenaght], Derryreflaugh als Derrylane als Derrylone Derrynafla [Derrynaflaw, Parish Bovevagh, Barony Keenaght]  Ballymoney Farclare als Farclone als Farclow als Farclowane [probably Farkland, Parish Bovevagh, Barony Keenaght]], Ballyrearagan [??] Derryard [Derryard, Parish Bovevagh, Barony Keenaght]] & Flanders [Flanders, Parish Bovevagh, Barony Keenaght] all in Co. Londonderry to William SCOTT… WITNESS: William MACKY and John SMART both of City of Dublin Gents & Audly FANNING & Thomas GIVIN both of Co. Londonderry Gent.

NOTE: Col Adam DOWNING (1666-1719) was the husband of Anne JACKSON (bef 1693-aft 1718).

SEE: McCULLAGH Family Tree.

SEE: Chris West Blogs on McCullaghs in Ireland Part 1 and McCullaghs in Ireland part 2 and Part 3 -William McCULLAGH of Piedmount

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

 

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61486

JACKSON

Dublin

1737 Jun 27

Image 148

BTW Charles BROUGHTON of City of Dublin Esq let to James WALL of City of Dublin Esq. tenement where Lady Barrymore lately dwelt together with backhouse and stable containing in front 21’ and from front to rere 70’ bounded on west by Mr. JACKSON’s holding from said Mr. BROUGHTON on the east by Cole Lane situate lying and being on the southside of Great Britain Street in Suburbs of City of Dublin

NOTE: The corner of Cole Lane and Great Britain street would now be on the corner of Parnell Street and Coles Lane. It would be interesting to track down which Mr. JACKSON this was.

 

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350

46387

VANCE, Wm

 

1730-1745

VANCE-JOHNSTON

Page 350 is on Image 200, but the numbers do not fit. SEE: ROD: 67- 350-46387VANDELURE- MARLEY

 

87

366

62152

WRIGHT

Monaghan

1735 Jan 16

HAMILTON - OWEN    

Marriage articles, 16th Jan 1735 of Dacre HAMILTON & Mary WRIGHT [NOTE: Widow of Joseph WRIGHT (1652-1731)]

Dacre HAMILTON, town & county of Monaghan, 1st part

Mary WRIGHT alias OWEN of Gola, Co Monaghan, widow, 2nd part

Henry OWEN, Killmore, Co Mon}

Forster SCOTT, Glenamully, Mon} 3rd part

 2 Tates of Corlea & Terriree

Tates of Laragh & Cornecarrive with Corn Mill & ? Tuch Mill thereupon

{Rent charge of £15 payable to said Mary}

Witnessed by John HAMILTON of Shankill, Co Monaghan & Brabazon NOBLE, Rakass, Co Monaghan. Transcription thanks to Peter McWilliam.

 

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62202

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1737 Oct 31

McDANIEL, Alexander – JACKSON

Image 212

Btw Alexander McDANIEL City of Dublin, Bricklayer of 1st pt & Henry JACKSON of the same city shoemaker of the other pt. re tenement on the north side of Marks Alley in Suburbs of City of Dublin cont in front lot 15’ extending backwards 48’6” bounded on the south with Mark’s Alley on the north with Michael POOLEs on east tenement known by name of Sugar Loaf and on the west by Thomas EUSTACEs holding for 99 years at yearly rent of 3 pounds. WITNESS: Joseph FOXALL of City of Dublin Gent & John SMITH notary. NOTE: Henry JACKSON was described as a cordwainer in other deeds.

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380

62232

 

Sligo

1727 Nov 5

ORMSBY to ORMSBY

Image 215

BTW Mathew ORMSBY Sen of Rathlee, Co. Sligo Esq. of 1st pt & Francis ORMSBY of Willibrooke [Willowbrook, Willowbrook, Parish Calry, Barony Carbury]  Co. Sligo Esq. Loftus JONES of Ardneglass [probably Ardnaglass Lower or Ardnaglass Upper, Parish Ahamlish, Barony Carbury] Co. Sligo of 2nd pt. and Mathew ORMSBY jun 2nd son now living of Mathew ORMSBY of Rathlee of 3rd pt. leased [several lands…] Barony Tirerragh, Co. Sligo… Edward ORMSBY eldest son now living of Mathew ORMSBY sen .. Malby ORMSBY and then to Thomas ORMSBY and after to George ORMSBY and after to Henry ORMSBY… WITNESS: Walter BOWRKE of Aughalauge Co. Mayo; Robert BROWNE of Lissane Esq & Ralph ORMSBY of Finidesing Co. Sligo Gent. Memorial WITNESS: Ralph ORMSBY & Michael FAHY of Sligo, Co. Sligo.

 

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62265

 

Armagh

1733 Nov 20

NUGENT-GRAHAM Dromon, Drommon, B. Fews , Par Mullaghbrach 1708-1738

Image 218

James NUGENT of Strabane, Co. Tyrone Gent of 1 pt Arthur GRAHAM of Ballyheridan [Ballyheridan, Parish of Lisnadil (Armagh portion), in the Barony of Armagh] Co. Armagh Gent of other pt. Land of Dromon [probably Drumman, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower], Parish Mullaghbrack, Co. Armagh  then in possession of Samuel NUGENT & George FRANTON & undertenants 26a rented … WITNESSES: Archibald WOOD of Markethill & John SCOTT of both of Dromgola, Co. Armagh Gent

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MOORE, Mary

Kildare

1736 Oct 5

Image 223

Whereby Mary MOORE wife to James MOORE of Ballyna Co. Kildare Esq demised to Laughlin HART and Charles HART son to said Laughlin both of Old Haggard Co. Kildare Farmers the dwelling house wherein Edward MORRIN lately lived in town of Carbury …

SOURCE: Crossley’s Abstracts

 

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62405

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1737 Dec 6

Image 237

WITNESS: Henry JACKSON of Dublin Cordwainer

 

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62439

McCULLAGH

Antrim & Down

1737 Dec 10

Image 241

McCULLOCH Henry to McCULLOCH

Henry McCULLOCH of Randlestown, Co Antrim Gent of 1 pt & William McCULLOCH of Piedmont [Piedmont is situated between Randalstown and Toomebridge, Co Antrim. on the Gloverstown Road near Duneane Presbyterian Church] & James CAULFEILD of Ballysavage [Ballysavage, Parish Donegore, Barony of Antrim Upper] both of Co Antrim Gent of the other pt… marriage to be solemnized btw Henry McCULLOCH and Ann CRAWFORD (eldest daughter of John CRAWFORD of Crawfordstown [possibly Crawfordsland, Parish Kilbride, Barony Antrim Upper] Gen of 3rd pt)… lands in Londonderry for marriage portion

16d

87

480

62656

JACKSON, Daniel Rev.

Dublin

1736 Mar 15

Image 275

BTW Richard FORSTER of City of Dublin Esq eldest son & heir of John FORSTER late of the City Esq deceased of 1 pt & Rev Daniel JACKSON of City of Dublin Clerk of the other pt. Park of Coleraine containing 5a the turnup field adjoining containing 7a the Ash Grove containing 6a the small meadow next adjoining to south side of Grove containing 4a the whole = 22a part and parcel of lands of Great Clonshogh Barony Coolock, Co. Dublin for lives of Richard FOSTER (and Royalty)…

NOTE: Rev. Daniel JACKSON (1687-1772) of Tullamore Kings Co and Abbey Street Dublin.

 

87

486

62686

JACKSON, James

Kings

1737 Dec 14

Image 278

BTW Sir William PARSONS of Parsonstown [aka Parsonstown now in Townparks, Parish Birr, Barony of Ballybritt] Kings Co. Bart of 1 pt & Alice DAVIS widow and relict of Thomas DAVIS late of Parsonstown Merchant deceased of the other pt. PARSONs had let to Alice DAVIS her heirs and assigns a house and garden then in her possession lately in possession of Martha NETHERCOATE deceased together with the two houses and gardens between the first mentioned house and Mr. Philip MOORE’s Plott the whole containing in length 57’ and the gardens in length by a line from the west side of said houses to the Church yard wall 226’ and the said gardens containing in breadth by the church wall 18’ and bounding on the south with the house and garden then in possession of William Hopkins JOYNER on the North with the said MOORE’s plots on the East with the street and on the west with the church yard wall situate in Parsonstown. To hold to Alice DAVIS her heirs etc in trust for use of the heirs of Thomas DAVIS pursuant to the bequests in his will during lives of Henry PALMER son of Thomas PALMER of Parsonstowne Gent and of Alice DAVIS & James JACKSON son of Robert JACKSON of Parsonstown Perriwigmaker … WITNESS: Rev. Mr. Robert MAW of Parsonstown Clerke; John DANN of Kilconcloose Farmer & Thomas DOWLING of Parsonstown Innkeeper

 

87

535

63020

OLIVER

Cork

1737 Mar 3

OLIVER, Robert - FRANKS 1730-1745

Btw Robert OLIVER jun of Ballyhinock Co Cork Esq & Jane his wife of 1st pt; Joan SILVER widow & relict of John SILVER late of Fountain in Co Waterford. … lands in Drakestown.

16d

87

489

62697

 

Sligo

1737 Sep 27

BURTON – KNOX Abbey a Park in it

Caldragh Park in it

Knappaghmore

Knocknaganny & Park in it

Rath tree Park

Rath Edmond

& The Hill

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground Castle Street

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground High Street

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground Ratcliffe Street

The Fort Custom House and

[?] Gardens & Plots of Ground New Street

Backsides Gardens & Plots of ground Bridge Street

 [?] Brick Lane

[?] Plots of Ground Holborn Street

[?] Plots of ground Stephens Street

Image 279

BTW Coronet Francis BURTON of Burton HALL Co. Carlow of 1 pt & John KNOX of Sligo Merchant of the other pt.  … demised field formerly held by Dr. Thomas ADAIR mearing the road being part of the lands of RathEdmond [Rathedmond, [Rathedmond, Parish St. John's, Barony Carbury] near the Town of Sligo cont 3a … to hnold for lives of Francis BURTON, Robert BURTON, Charles BURTON brother to Francis BURTON… WITNESS: Richard CARLETON of Darlinghill Co. Tipperary Esq. Joseph DAVEY of Sligo Gent & Arthur CRITCHLEY Gent attorney. Memorial WITNESSS Arthur CRITCHLY & Rev. Charles DOYNE of Carlow, Co. Carlow. NOTE: The deceased stepmother of Charles DOYNE was Mary BURTON sister of Francis BURTON of this lease.

 

88

26

61436

JACKSON, William & Mary & Lettice

Armagh

1736 Oct 14

JACKSON to WALKER Book Index 1708-1738 Coppy Pt.

Image 329

BTW William JACKSON of Mullaghbane [Mullaghbane, Parish Loughgall (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West], Co. Armagh of 1st part & George WALKER of Linaborough [probably Liskyborough, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] & Wm McBARNES of Grange [which one?] in Co. Armagh Gent of 2nd pt. & John ROBINSON of Killmakew [probably Kilmachugh, Parish Grange (ONeilland West portion) or possibly [Kilmacrew, Parish of Magherally, in the Barony of Iveagh Lower, Lower Half, Co. Down] & Mary ROBINSON wife of sd Wm both of Co Armagh of 3rd pt. Witness that William JACKSON in consideration of a marriage btw John ROBINSON & Mary JACKSON dau of William & John ROBINSON ...land adjoining William WEIRS in Coppoy [possibly Copney, Parish Clonfeacle (Tyrone portion), Barony Oneilland West]  6a 2r 256p  & parcel next adjoining James MORRISON 8a 14 p  with 1a of meadow called the Big Meadow with house & Garden in Dromagher [probably Drumogher, Parish Grange (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] in possession of Daniel McTOMNEY also House Tenement & Garden in townland Dromagher with plot of land adjoining 5a in possession of Sarah MARSHALL & Henry DARKINSON in Barony of Oneiland Co. Armagh  ...lives of Wm JACKSON jr, Lettice JACKSON & Mary ROBINSON. Witness: George MARSHALL of Castledillon [Castledillon Estate, 137 Drummanmore Rd, Armagh – possiblyTurcarra, Parish of Loughgall (ONeilland West portion), Barony of Oneilland West orDrumogher, Parish Grange (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West], Co. Armagh & John SCOTT of Dromogher Gent. Memorial Witness: John SCOTT of Dromgola [??] & Leonard DOBBIN of Armagh, Gent

NOTE: There are three townlands named Mullaghbane, but the townland index records this as Barony of Oneilland West: Mullaghbane (An Mullach Bán) , Loughgall (ONeilland West portion) Civil Parish, Barony of Oneilland West, Co. Armagh 356 A, 2 R, 14 P

 

88

73

61650

BAILIE

 

1730-1745

BAILIE, Thomas-BAILY

 

88

77

61667

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1737 Jul 29

JACKSON-Wm-MAULEVERER Book Index 1730-1745 Fortwilliam,

Image 354

Between William JACKSON Sen. & William JACKSON jr. both of Fortwilliam [In townland Tobermore] in the Parish of Killcronaghan [Kilcronaghan], Co. Londonderry, Gent of the one part & Bellingham MAULEVERER Ck. Rector of Maghere in sd. Co. Of the other. Leased corn mill & lands in of Dunarnan [Dunarnon, Parish Magherafelt, Barony Loughinsholin] Owenreagh [Parish Owenreagh ] Cavanreagh [Cavanreagh , Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] Moneyconey [Moneyconey, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] Tullybrick [Tullybrick, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] – parish of Ballynaforeen, Co. Londonderry.

SEE: JACKSONs of Tobermore.

 

88

115

61784

BAILIE

 

1730-1745

ANNESLEY, Richard-BAYLY

 

88

120

63146

BUNBURY

JACKSON

Wexford

1737 Feb 8

Image 531

BTW Thomas BUNBURY jr of Clownings Co. Kildare Esq of 1 pt & Edward [FOLIE or JOLIE?] of City of Dublin, Gent of other part and the release made between Thomas BUNBURY the elder and Rose his wife to the said Thomas BUNBURY the younger his eldest son & heir apparent of the one part & the said Edward FLIE of the other part…. Townlands of Clownings in Co. Kildare also all that part of the town and lands of Cranevonan in parish of Tullow Barony Idrone, Co. Catherlogh [Carlow} together with all appurtenances … to hold to Edward FOLIE his heirs etc for natural life of lives of Thomas BUNBURY and Thomas BUNBURY jr & Benjamin BUNBURY …. .

SEE: ROD: 23-128.83195 “On 10th August 1706, Thomas Bunbury of Cloughna, Co. Carlow (as he was described) secured a lease from James Butler of Garryhunden, Co. Carlow on ‘the lands of Cranovonan containing 461 acres 1 P.M. for three lives renewable’” SOURCE: Turtle Bunbury.

18

88

173

62112

JACKSON, James

Antrim

1736 Jun 23

Image 407

WITNESS: James JACKSON, Merchant of Larne, Co. Antrim. NOTE: George GORE was the Carrickfergus official.

 

88

199

62225

 

Kings

1737 Nov 8

GORE-SMITH

Creggan, Bo Garrycastle

Image 420

BTW Dame Elizabeth GORE widow & relict of Right Hon Ralph GORE Bart lately deceased of 1 pt & Michael SMITH of Portlick Co. Westmeath Esq & Rev John TREVERS of Mount Temple Westmeath Clk of other pt. … lands of Endrim [Endrim, Parish Wheery or Killagally, Barony Garrycastle]  Creggan [Creggan  or Creggan and Glosterboy, Parish Gallen, Barony Garrycastle]  Straduffe [Straduff, Parish Lemanaghan, Barony Garrycastle] Lemanaghan als Lemanechan [Lemanaghan, Parish Lemanaghan, Barony Garrycastle] Dorenagun Dorenlough Islands and Pollerdevough als Polloghreagh [Pollagh, Parish Lemanaghan, Barony Garrycastle] in Lordship of Endrim containing 2,716a 1r 36p in Barony Garrycastle. For lives of Michael SMITH and John TREVOR WITNESS: Henry BROOKE Esq & John SOAKES Gent both of City of Dublin. Memorial WITNESS: John STOAKES & Joseph LEATHLY of City of Dublin Bookseller.

NOTE: Sir Ralph GORE (1675-1733) husband of Elizabeth ASHE (?-1741)

165

88

204

62244

 

 

1737 Oct 31

Land Index 1709-1738

Town of Lisburn. A piece or parcel of ground on ye north side of ye market Place Jackson’s Hill – the Barn Park or meadow.

JACKSON & ors – WOGAN

Image 423

MTG  btw William WOGAN of Lisburn Co. Antrim Gent of 1 pt … land formerly in possession of Elizabeth JACKSON 48a 1r … Wm WOGAN [SEAL]

 

88

306

62696

 

Sligo

 

BURTON – KNOX Abbey a Park in it

Caldragh Park in it

Knappaghmore

Knocknaganny & Park in it

Rath tree Park

Rath Edmond

& The Hill

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground Castle Street

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground High Street

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground Ratcliffe Street

The Fort Custom House and

[?] Gardens & Plots of Ground New Street

Backsides Gardens & Plots of ground Bridge Street

 [?] Brick Lane

[?] Plots of Ground Holborn Street

[?] Plots of ground Stephens Street

 

88

393

63039

 

Louth

1737 Mar 4

TISDALE – FOSTER Not of use to me Killeen,

 

88

463

63295

JACKSON, Mary & George

Antrim

1738 Apr 18

JACKSON-JACKSON Book Index 1730-45

Land Index 1709-1738

Steeple Antrim

Image 552

DEED 12 Oct 1734 between Mary JACKSON of Antrim Steeple [Steeple, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper], Co. Antrim widow & relict of George JACKSON late of Steeple Aforesaid. Dec’d on the one part & George JACKSON now of Steeple ... son of George JACKSON of the other part ... devised ½ [term] ... in townlands Steeple that were devised by George JACKSON to George JACKSON… Mary’s late husband had devised to her. WITNESS Arthur O’NEIL of town of Antrim & Ann O’NEIL spinster of Antrim town & John MILLER of Dunegor [possibly Donegore, Parish Grange of Nilteen, Barony Antrim Upper or Donegore, Parish Donegore, Barony Antrim Upper] yeoman of Antrim... SEE: JACKSONs of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmage - Antrim.

16d

88

540

63638

SEAVER

Armagh

1738 Apr 13

SEAVER-GRAHAM Book 1(1708-1738) Ballynahone-more, Navan Bellaghy, Ballynahonebeg

Image 592

Ballynahone-more [Ballynahone More, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Navan Bellaghy, Ballynahonebeg

Image 592

Btw Richard SEAVER of Navan, parish & Co Armagh  Gent of 1 pt & William GRAHAM of Ballyheridan  [Ballyheridan, Parish of Lisnadil (Armagh portion), in the Barony of Armagh] of sd parish & Co Esq.of other pt conveyed to Wm GRAHAM  3 townlands of Navan [Navan, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh, Ballynahonebeg [Ballynahone Beg, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] & Bellaghy als Ballyaghy  [Ballaghy, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], in Parish & Co Armagh then in tenure & occupation of Richard SEAVER...witnessed by Alexander HUTCHESON of City of Dublin Gent & George WALKER of Armagh afsd Gent & Patrick Cunningham servant to Alexander HUTCHESON

 

89

27

61917

GORE

Tipperary

1737 Aug 20

MOORE-HYDE

Image 20

BTW Mary MOORE of Abbey, Co. Tipperary widow of Guy MOORE late of Abbey of 1st pt. The Rev William GORE Dean of Cashell of 2nd pt. Arthur HYDE of Castlehyde Co. Cork Esq. & Stephen MOORE of Barn Co. Tipperary of 3rd pt & Ambrose CONGREVE of City of Waterford Esq. of 4th pt. Reciting a Marriage then shortly to be had btw Mary MOORE & William GORE she the said Mary MOORE released to Arthur HYDE & Stephen MOORE lands of Balliroe & other lands allotted to her in 6th years of the Reign of his late Majesty King George I in Co. Tipperary Barony Middlethird & also one undivided moiety of Lands of Castle Moyle in Co. Tipperary Barony Middlethird to hold to Arthur HYDE & Stephen MOORE … witness Rev. Mr. Michael OBINS Clerke rector of NewChapple Co. Tipperary George MANSERGH of Racash Co. Kilkenny & Bryan MEHEUX of same Gent. Memorial witness: Bryan MEHEUX & Sir  & Boleyn BIGG of Clonmell Co. Tipperary. John OSBORN of Theakinco. Co. Waterford.

SOURCE: Crossley’s Abstracts

NOTE: Mary MOORE was the daughter of Chidley COOTE and had children with both of her husbands. The HYDEs of Castlehyde (aka HIDE) had a number of intermarriages with GETHINs, BURTONs and GOREs.

 

89

150

62579

PUREFOY, William & Martha

Sligo

1737

Image 83

BTW Thomas POE of Ballybrack, Kings Co. Gent & nephew of William PUREFOY late of City of Dublin deceased of 1 pt & Mrs Martha PUREFOY of City of Dublin widow & Michael TRAVER of City of Dublin Esq. executor of will of William PUREFOY. Thomas POE conferred to Martha PUREFOY & Michael TRAVERS land in their possession the four quarters of Ballinhalick [??] in Co. Sligo which William PUREFOY purchased from Nathaniel GORE commonly called Sir Nathaniel GORE … £500 to be divided among children of said Thomas POE… WITNESS: Elizabeth TWIGG of City of Dublin spinster & Peter WHITLEY

NOTE: William PUREFOY married Martha DELAWN. He was a son of Gameliel PUREFOY (1659-1707) & Elizabeth ABELL (1650-1712). I suspect his sister Anne PUREFOY may have married a William POE of Knock, Co. Tipperrary..

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree:

 

89

178

62733

SCOTT

Londonderry

1732 Apr 10

Image 98

Conveyance of Lease John KINCAID and Jane KINKAID als NOBLE his wife both of Aghansallagh [Aghansillagh, Parish Balteagh, Barony Keenaght] Co. Londonderry for consideration of £16 paid by Robert SCOTT of Little Derry [[Little Derry, Parish Balteagh. Barony Keenaght], farmer, made over to Robert SCOTT the holding called Ballynhairy [Ballynahery, Parish Drumachose, Barony Keenaght] then in possession of James MARTIN together with all the Houses Gardens Tenements & other appurts for the full term of the grand lease which the said John KINCAID held by right of his wife Jane KINKAID als NOBLE  under the Rt Hon Viscount Tyrone the said Robert SCOTT… rent £1.11.7… WITNESS Mathew SCOTT of Little Derry, William SCOTT of Largy [Largy, Parish Carrick, Barony Keenaght] & Hugh FORSYTH then of Newtown Limavady Newtownlimavady, Parish Drumachose, Barony Keenaght] ] co. Londonderry. Memorial witnessed by Matthew SCOTT & William CHURCH of Coleraine merchant. … Charles CHURCH, Griff HOWARD Mayor of Coleraine. Arthur CHURCH Justice of the Peace for Co. Londonderry.

 

 

89

203

62847

CHARLETON

Armagh

1737 Feb 10

ANGLESEY, Earl-CHARLTON 1730-1745

Richard Earl of Anglesey of 1 pt & Andrew CHARLTON of City of Dublin Esq.... many townlands = 1197 acres in Manor of Teemore [Teemore, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower], Co. Armagh.

 

89

258

63093

BIRCH

Kilkenny

1730-1745

BIRCH, John of city of Kilkenny-CRANLY 1737 Mar 13

 

89

265

63132

 

Cavan

1708-1739

TUIT-NESBITT Enagh, Castlerahan Civil Parish, Barony of Castlerahan

 

89

309

63353

McCULLAGH, Archibald

Armagh

1738 Apr 24

WITNESS: Archibald McCULLAGH of Cullintrough, Co. Armagh, Gent..Halifax

 

89

343

63526

JACKSON, Daniel

Dublin

 

1738 May 6

GRATTAN Book Index 1730-45

Between Rev. Daniel JACKSON of City of Dublin Admin of Goods etc of Edward DEERING late of Dublin dec’d of the 1 pt & the Rev. Robert GRATTAN of City of Dublin of other pt... in consid of 350 pounds pd to Rev. Daniel JACKSON by Robert GRATTAN & also in consid of the sum of 10 shillings to the said Henry DEERING did transfer large park of Coleraine contain by estimation Five Acres the Tirnup field thereto adjoining cont by est 7 acres, the Ash Grove cont 6 acres, two small meadows next adjoining amounting to the number of 22 acres of the lands of Great Clonshaghin in the Barony of Coolock & Co. Of Dublin ... more plots of land in Dublin described ... Witness Rev. John GRATTAN of Dublin & Joseph LANDERS of same publ. SEE: JACKSONs of Santry

 

89

371

63637

BRADFORD

Carlow

1708-1738

Alexander BRADFORD, -LANGTON Barragh,

 

 

89

377

63690

BARTLEY

 

1730-1745

BARTLEY, Alice-land

x

89

381

63594

 

Louth

 

TISDALE - FOSTER Killeen,

 

89

415

 

STEELE

Dublin

1738 May 25

Image225

BTW James FOX of East Horsely Kingdom of Great Britain Esq. & George FOX of City of Westminster Kingdom of Great Britain Esq. eldest brother of said James FOX of one pt. Richard STEELE of City of Dublin Gent of other pt…. land in North side of Cooke Street, City of Dublin… other names & desc.

 

89

434

63946

DAWSON, Edward

Monaghan

1738 Jun 18

DAWSON-DAWSON Book 43 (1708-1738) Enagh

Edward DAWSON of Inagh, Co. Monaghan of 1st pt & Richard DAWSON of Dublin Alderman of other pt.... Edward confirmed to Richard DAWSON lands of Inagh situate in Barony of Dartry & Co of Monaghan. For £100. NOTE: I believe that Edward DAWSON was Elinor OLIVER’s father

 

89

439

63968

GRAHAM

Armagh

1738 Jun 21

GRAHAM-BLATCHFORD Outlack [Outlack, Parish Lisnadil (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower]   als , Outlarkon, [probably Outleckan, Parish Ballymyre, Barony Fews Upper] B Fews 1708-1738

Image 237

BTW Rev. John GRAHAM of Town of Drogheda Clerke & Arthur GRAHAM Gent, eldest son and heir apparent of said John GRAHAM of 1 pt & James BLATCHFORD of Chelsea, Co. Middlesex… sold lands of Outlacken [probably Outleckan, Parish Ballymyre, Barony Fews Upper], Killycapell [??], Derryrean [??] & Kileen [??] in Barony Orier Co. Armagh

119

89

458

64066

JACKSON,

Michael

Dublin

Armagh

1738 Jul 3

BOND Book Index 1730-45

Image 247

Lease – Michael JACKSON of City of Dublin, Clothier for 20 pounds sterling pd by Edward BOND of Bonderill [possibly Tullybrick Etra (aka Bondville), Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny,] Co. Armagh demised Coach house & stable in Bootlane in Oxmantown, City of Dublin then in possession of William FERRALL & James CORRAGAN together with all the Houses Sheds Backsides Ways Passages & appurtenances ... for 52 years rent £6 … Michael JACKSON [SEAL] WITNESS: William NOWLAND & Thomas MULOCK See: JACKSONs of Pimlicoe.

 

89

871

63637

BRADFORD

Carlow

1738 May 18

BRADFORD-LANGTEN 1708-1738 Drumbarragh

Rev. Alexander BRADFORD of 1 part & John LANGON of Barrelstown Esq. Of other pt...Charles Bishop of Kildare & Rev. Johnathon SWIFT ....demised to Alex BRADFORD Tythes of the Rectory of Barraghats Drumbarraghin in Co. Catherlogh

 

90

84

62981

OLIVER

Cork

1730-1745

Robert OLIVER, of Co Cork - CAMPBELL 1730-1745

 

90

88

63001

JACKSON, Philip

Galway

Kings

Louth

1737 Oct 20

 Hon Ann PLUNKETT of Dillonstown, Co. Louth, spinstress did demise to Philip JACKSON of Eyrecourt, Co. Galway land in Banaher, [Kylebeg or Banagher, Parish Reynagh, Barony Garrycastle] Kings Co. for lives Philip JACKSON; Mary JACKSON wife & Henry JACKSON eldest son of Philip JACKSON.

 

90

115

63269

 

 

 

NEWCOMMEN-GORE

 

90

142

63464

ROCK, Bryan

Armagh

1737 Jan 26

CUNNINGHAM-ROCK

Image 369

BTW Henry CUNINGHAM of Coolmalish [Coolmillish, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] Parish Mullaghbrack Co. Armagh farmer of the 1 pt & Bryan ROCK of Markethill [the town is in the townlands of Coolmillish, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower and Edenykennedy, Parish Kilclooney (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] Parish [sic?] & Co. Armagh of the other pt. Grant of House Tenement and farm to ROCK together with all buildings Barns Stables Orchards bounded lying and being in the Town of Markethill for term of 31 years as long as lives live. WITNESS: Patrick HAY of Markethill Gent; John NORWOOD of Markethill Innkeeper & James WATERSON of Markethill Gent. Sealed by Bryan ROCK in presence of Patrick HAY & Archibald WOOD of Markethill

18

90

302

64505

 

Cavan

1732 Mar 16

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

1708-1739

Image 450 NOTE: Image 400 is also pg 302

BTW Thomas SHERIDAN of City of Dublin Cr of Divinity of 1 pt & John KELLETT of Aghainedruik Co. Cavan Gent of other pt. … lands of Quika and Enagh together with 18a of retrenched land belonging to Dr. Robert MAXWELL in Barony Castlerahan Co Cavan…

 

90

310

64563

GILLMER, James

Armagh

Tyrone

1738 Aug 10

COPE-GILLMER Ballikellie, Ballycoffy, Drummanagh [??] 1708-1738

Image 454

Btw Anthony COPE Maydowne, [Maydown, Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny] Co. Armagh Esq. of 1st  Eliz COPE als CAREY mother of Anthony COPE of 2nd pt. Downham COPE brother of sd Anthony COPE, John DONNELLY & Jane DONNELLY als COPE his wife, Henry DAVIS Anne DAVIS als COPE his wife, Elizabeth COPE & St. John MATHERS & Euphemia MATHERS als COPE his wife of the 3rd pt Which said Jane, Ann, Elizabeth & Euphemia are sisters of the said Anthony COPE Walter COPE of Drumully [probably Drumilly, Parish Killevy (Upper Orior portion), Barony Orior Upper]  Co. Armagh Esqs.& Sarah COPE widow & sole executor of Walter COPE late of Drumully Esq. deceased of the 4th pt & James GILMER of Minuny [going from other deeds, probably Manooney, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh]], Co. Armagh farmer, James ARMSTRONG of Anaduffe Co. Leitrim & Geo STEVENSON of Lifford Co. Donegal Gents of 5th pt…. several sums pd by James GILMER incl 1,500 pounds to Anthony COPE… transfer of townland to James GILMER: incl Maydowne aka Maydown [Maydown, Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny], Carganess ala Carrickanass [Carrickaness Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny], Ballykelie [possibly Ballymacully Lower or Ballymacully Upper, Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny], Mullinkill [possibly Mullantur, Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny] also Derregahirne als Derruride als Derrore als Drumnaght [??], Careanlelish als Drumduff [Drumduff  Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny]& Killaneal [??] in Co. Armagh & Tyrone & Tullinisk  [??]  in Territory of Clenaule Co. Armagh also Ballycoffy [Ballycoffey, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] & Killimaddy als Kilnemaddy [Killymaddy, Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny]  Barony Dungannon & Armagh in counties of Tyrone & Armagh… NOTE: Parties all witnessed, so were all alive.

 

90

421

65165

BELLEW

Louth

1737 Aug 29

Indenture of lease whereby the Hon John Lord BELLEW, Baron of Dunleek did demise unto John PEPPER of Walterstown, Co. Louth the lands of Trey cont abt 140 acres known by the name of McCardle’s Park & then in possession of PEPPER for lives of John PEPPER & Ann PEPPER & Abigail PEPPER his daughters.. Witness Wm FOSTER of Dunleer & Anthony FOSTER of Dunleer.

 

90

453

65538

 

Armagh

1738 Jan 7

GRAHAM-McGEOUGH Maghrantrim, McCantram, B Fews

1708-1738

Image 526

BTW William GRAHAM of Balliheridan [Ballyheridan, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh,]Co. Armagh Esq of 1 pt & Joshua McGEOGH of Dromsill Co. Armagh Gent of the other … for £500 lands of Drumga Lattery [Lattery, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower],  McCantrum [Macantrim, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower in Barony Fews Co. Armagh Achlegnacreee , [probably Aghantaraghan, Parish Ballymore, Barony Orior Lower] Carrigquick [probably Carrickbrack, Parish Ballymore, Barony Orior Lower] & pt of Cashell [Cashel, Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper] in Barony Orier Co. Armagh & £506 … deed 8th & 9th Mar 1716 btw Arthur GRAHAM late of Ballyheridan Co. Armagh deceased of 1st pt & John GRAHAM of Town of Drogheda of 2nd pt … WITNESS: John McGEOGH of Drumhill & John SCOTT of Drumgola.

114

90

502

65896

 

Armagh

1738 Mar 22

MATTHEW - HAMILTON to HUSSEY Magherkillcrany [Maghery Kilcrany, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Armagh]

1708-1738

Image 551

BTW Edward MATTHEWS of New Castle Co. Down Esq of 1st pt & Leslie HAMILTN of City of Dublin Gent of 2nd pt; & Ignatius HUSSEY of City of Dublin Esq. of 3rd pt. Reciting 3 Mar 1738 … 28 townlands named … in Manor Toaghy, Co. Armagh

 

90

522

65120

GILMORE

Armagh

1708-1738

COPE-GILLMER Killaneal, Killimady

Wrong #

 

91

1

63027

TISDALL

Louth

1737 Mar 4

TISDALE – FOSTER Killeen,

Richard TISDALL of Atherdee Co Louth Esq & Philip TISDALL of City of Dublin Esq.eldest son & heir apparent of Richard TISDALL… several townands – not directly useful to me

16d

91

9

63070

BROWN

Carlow

1737 Mar 10

BROWN-SANDS Ballycarny, Rathvilly,

Robert BROWN of Sigginstown, Co Kildare Gent & Edward SANDYS  of City of Dublin Glover

16d

91

20

63113

 

Sligo

 

BURTON - ANDERSON ET AL Abbey a Park in it

Caldragh Park in it

Knappaghmore

Knocknaganny & Park in it

Rath tree Park

Rath Edmond

& The Hill

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground Castle Street

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground High Street

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground Ratcliffe Street

The Fort Custom House and

[?] Gardens & Plots of Ground New Street

Backsides Gardens & Plots of ground Bridge Street

 [?] Brick Lane

[?] Plots of Ground Holborn Street

[?] Plots of ground Stephens Street

 

91

34

63195

OLIVER

Cork

1738 Apr 5

OLIVER, Robert - REILLY 1730-1745

Robert OLIVER of Co Cork

 

91

68

63352

McCULLAGH

Armagh Monaghan

1738 Apr 13

ARMSTRONG to Archibald McCULLAGH Carnecorry1708-1738 (TI Bk 43)

Image 45

BTW Robert ARMSTRONG of Cobragh Co. Monaghan Gent of 1 pt & Archibald McCULLOGH of Cullintragh [Cullentragh, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] Co. Armagh Gent of the other… in consid of 200 pounds paid by said Archibald McCULLOGH granted lands of Carnecorry then in possession of said Robert ARMSTRONG held by virtue of the will of John ARMSTRONG late of Carnecorry, Barony Dartry, Co. Monaghan along with Robert ARMSTRONG’s horses, cows, crop of Corn household furniture tanyard green & Tanned Hides Bark & all other Utensils. WITNESSES: John SCOTT of Stonetown & Francis SCOTT of Killolea [Probably Killylea, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh] both of Co. Armagh.

x

91

72

63376

JACKSON,

Josias

Kildare

1738 Apr 25

EMPSON Book Index 1730-45

Mortgage by way of Lease & Release
Josias JACKSON, Glasseley, Kildare, Gent of the 1st pt. William EMPSON, City of Dublin, Alderman of the 2nd pt
1P to 2P for considerations mentioned therein, town & lands of Glasseley, Ballindrom & Ballydam, Co Kildare
Lives added subject to covenant of renewal in lease 20/10/1734 from Rt Hon Robert Earl of Kildare
Josias JACKSON, jun, Samuel JACKSON & Sarah JACKSON, the sons & daughter of Josias JACKSON
Release conditional on payment of £200 + interest
DWMW William JACKSON, Clerk to William Empson
DWMW George Moore, Publick Notary, Dublin

Thanks to Peter McWilliam.

 

91

158

63780

Abigail & Jane & ors

Dublin

1738 Jun 5

COOKE Book Index 1730-45

NOTE: In related deeds, he is referred to as Thomas COCK.

Image 100

Deed of lease and release, a sexpartite deed bearing date and perfected the 5th and 6th day of January 1737 between Oliver CROFTEN of Lissanarrow Co. Limerick Esq. of the 1st pt; Abigail BUCKLEY als JACKSON of the City of Dublin and relict of William BUCKLEY late of Buckley in Co Lancaster England Esq deceased of the 2nd pt; Jane JACKSON sister of the said Abigail of the 3rd pt; Thomas COOK of Castle Cook Co. Cork and Edward ARMSTRONG of Kiloolyan [?] Kings Co Esq of the  4th pt; Hugh BOYD of Ballycastle [ED: Ballycastle, Ballycastle the town is in Town Parks, Parish Ramoan, Barony Cary] Co Antrim Esq & Warneford ARMSTRONG in Clara [Parish Kilbride, Barony Kilcoursey] in Kings Co of the 5th.; and the Hon Michael EVARD one of his Majesties Justices  of the Court of Kings bench and the said Hugh BOYD of the 6th pt. Reciting that whereas a marriage was intended to be held and solemnized between the said Oliver CROFTON and Abigail BUCKLEY and that whereas the said Abigail BUCKLEY was seized in fee of and in certain Lands Tenements and Hereditaments in said indenture mentioned situate in the Kingdom of England and that the said Abigail was also seized and Intitled to a Jointure for her life out of the estate of William BUCKLEY in said Kingdom of England and that whereas the said Abigail BUCKLEY and Jane JACKSON were seized in Fee as Coparcener of and in certain tenements and hereditaments in Kingdom of Ireland in said indenture mentioned and Oliver CROFTON was also seized of an estate in Fee simple… in consideration for 500 pounds paid to him out of the personal estate of  Abigail BUCKLEY… sum of 10 shillings paid to Thomas COOK and Edward ARMSTRONG [lots of lands set to Oliver CROFTON by the partition made to him by the Right Honble Sir Edward CROFTON Baronet] .. and whereby the said Abigail BUCKLEY in consideration of the said marriage in performance of her part of the said marriage agreement and for the provision made for her and for the issue of her marriage…. All that her moiety share and proportion of the Lands of Castletownmore [Castletownmoor] Ardlenan [Ardlonan, Parish Kilbeg] Drishock [aka Farranalcock] Marvelstown [Marvelstown,] Drakerath [Drakerath, Parish of Staholmog], Reisk [Reask, Parish of Emlagh] 25 acres in the Island of Conlogh [??] in Co. Meath 5 tates of lands called Lattin [Latton, Parish Aghnamullen, Barony Cremorne] Dromod [Drumod, Parish Aghnamullen, Barony Cremorne] Money [Money, Parish Aghnamullen, Barony Cremorne] Meaghan [aka Maghon, Parish Aghnamullen, Barony Cremorne] and Dromconar [Drumcanon, Parish Aghnamullen, Barony Cremorne]] in the Barony of Cremornean [aka Cremorne] Co Monaghan the town and lands and Poles of land  commonly called by the name of Lisgraa [Lisgrea, Parish Lurgan, Barony Castlerahan] Drumgolan [Drumagolan, Parish Killinkere, Barony Castlerahan] and Bracklany [Brackloney, Parish Castlerahan, Barony Castlerahan] in the Barony of Castlerahan and Co Cavan 40 acres in Colemanstown [Colmanstown, Parish Newcastle, Barony Newcastle] and 100 acres in Knightstown [Knightstown, Parish Lusk, Barony Balrothery East] and Ballinclea als Ballinclea [Ballinclea, Parish Kill, Barony Rathdown] in Co Dublin and all her other lands tenements and Hereditaments in the Kingdom of Ireland and all the profits advantages and appurtenances to the said premises belonging or appertaining and the Reversion and Reversions and Remainder and Rems Yearly and other Rents Issues and profit of all the said premises…. And whereby said Jane JACKSON for the settling and securing the lands of Inheritance in her family and Blood and in consideration of the several Remembrances in said Indenture limited to her [it seems that COOK & ARMSTRONG set up a trust for the sisters].. WITNESSES: John BURROWS and William SMYTH. NOTE: The inheritance originated with their uncle: Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706)

NOTE: Col Hugh BOYD (1690-1765) of Ballycastle was a brother of Elizabeth BOYD (?-aft 1722), who was the mother of Richard JACKSON (1722-1787) of Forkhill.

16d

91

222

64035

JOHNSTON

Armagh

Down

1737 Mar 2

JOHNSTON-MATURIN Cullintragh

Image 133 1708-1738

BTW Alexander HAMILTON of City of Dublin Gent of 1st pt; Rev William Carson JOHNSTON Clk heir at law and executor of Robert JOHNSTON late of Portaferry Co. Down & Robert CARSON Eldest son of Robert Carson JOHNSTON of 2nd pt; Rev James MATURINE Dean of Kildare of 3rd pt. … lands of Ballybranagh, Ballydargan & Carronbagheran Barony Lecale Co. Down & Cullintragh [Cullentragh, Parish Eglish (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] in Co. Armagh..

93

91

268

64213

 

Sligo

 

WYNNE – SLATER The Dwelling house wherein Robert King now lives near ye back houses and Backside

 

91

337

64413

SHIRLEY

 

1738 Jul 11

SHIRLEY, Robert – his will

Image 191

730-1745

Hon Robert SHIRLEY of Spring Garden Liberty of Westminster … Sister Lady Stuart SHIRLEY all my estate in the Kingdom of Ireland…

 

91

415

64579

BALL

Drogheda

1713 Oct 2

BALL to McCARTNEY 1708-1738

Image 230

Two tenements and gardens in the possession of Philip MOONEY Richard RUSSELL & James DONNELLY.

George BALL of Drogheda Esq. granted to William McCARTNEY of Callstown Co. Meath Farmer in his actual possession… situate without St. John’s Gate of Drogheda… more description …WITNESS: Ald George BLACKER & Dudley TENISON both of Drogheda & John HATCH of Duleek Co. Meath

 

91

422

64???

 

Sligo

 

MARTIN – MATHEWS Abbey a Park in it

Caldragh Park in it

Knappaghmore

Knocknaganny & Park in it

Rath tree Park

Rath Edmond

& The Hill

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground Castle Street

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground High Street

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground Ratcliffe Street

The Fort Custom House and

[?] Gardens & Plots of Ground New Street

Backsides Gardens & Plots of ground Bridge Street

 [?] Brick Lane

[?] Plots of Ground Holborn Street

[?] Plots of ground Stephens Street

 

91

460

64801

 

 

 

Land Index 1709-1738

Inver alias Oldtown Lavin (James Jackson’s holding) from Notes by P. Crossley 1913.

MOORE-KILPATRICK

NOTE: This reference is in error. See: Image 250 for what is included in this memorial. SAVILLE-BROWN William BROWN, Jean BROWN & James STEWART of Kedy Parish Errigill Barony Clogher, Co. Tyrone.

 

91

478

69038

BRADFORD

 

1730-1745

Charles BRADFORD, -DARRAGH

 

91

522

65121

JOHNSTON

Armagh

1738 Dec 2

JOHNSTON-JOHNSTON Crockenea 1708-1738

Image 288

BTW Joseph JOHNSTON of Knappagh [Knappagh, Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny], Co. Armagh Gent of 1 pt & James JOHNSTON jr of Freemont, Co. Down Gent of the other .. granted to James JOHNSTON all that 4th part of the four townlands of ffoigher [Foyarr, ] Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny, Knockneagh [Knockaneagh, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny], Annanenunagh [Annaghananny, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny] & Pollynaugh [Pollnagh, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny] which said Joseph JACKSON & James GILMORE hold by lease from the See of Armagh commonly called Knockeneagh [Knockaneagh, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny] als Crockenea as if same were held by and belonged to James JACKSON late of Knappagh [Knappagh, Parish Eglish (Tiranny portion), Barony Tiranny], aforesaid Gent deceased as his dividend or share of the four townlands in the Parish & Co. Armagh….WITNESS: Alexander HUTCHESON & Leslie HAMILTON both of City of Dublin Gents.

 

92

94

64013

JACKSON, Peter & ors

Louth

1734  Jul 16

HELSHAM & ors Book Index 1730-45 POCKLINGTON

Image 56

Complex deed – many names & townlands. I did not see Peter JACKSON mentioned, but I suspect this was Rev. Peter JACKSON and he may have been included in his role as rector

 

92

96

64016

DONALDSON

Armagh

1730 May 3&4

DONALDSON to DONALDSON Caren, Cloghoge,

Notes in 2009 diary1708-1738

Image 57

Randall DONALDSON of Castledillon [Castledillon Estate, 137 Drummanmore Rd, Armagh – possiblyTurcarra, Parish of Loughgall (ONeilland West portion), Barony of Oneilland West orDrumogher, Parish Grange (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West], Co. Armagh of 1st part & Robert DONALDSON, City of Dublin, Gent & Henry SMITH of 3rd part. Lands of Cloghoge [??], Allistagh [Allistragh, Parish Grange (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh] & Caren [??], Co. Armagh ... Turrytane als Torrehene Drombane & Cloeross, Co. Tipperary & Owencloghy [Owencloughy, Parish Tickmacrevan, Barony Glenarm Lower] & Ball_ober ... Glenarm [Glenarm Demense, Parish Tickmacrevan, Barony Glenarm Lower] ... Inver [Inver, Parish of Inver. Barony Belfast Lower alias Oldtown]... Levine, Co. Antrim ... 5,000 acres WITNESS: John DONALDSON servant to Randal DONALDSON & Gilligan BEERS clerk to Robert DONALDSON.

 

92

107

64043

 

Armagh?

1738 Jun 29

IRWIN-ARMSTRONG  Aghavilly

Image 62

BTW John IRWIN of Drumsallagh Co. Leitrim Esq of 1 pt & Martin ARMSTRONG of Carrickamkeegan Co. Leitrim Esq.

90

92

112

64065

JACKSON,

Michael

Dublin

1738 Jul 3

JACKSON-BOND Book Index 1730-45

Michael JACKSON of City of Dublin clothier for 130 pounds pd by Edward BOND of Bondville [possibly Tullybrick Etra (aka Bondville), Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny,]], Co. Armagh Esq  made over tenement situate at Boot Lane, Dublin... term of 91 years. See: JACKSON of Pimlico.

 

92

288

64652

 

Sligo

 

EKINS – BURTON A Dwelling House Backhouse & Backside joining the Bridge

 

92

344

6451

WRIGHT

 

1730-1745

CLEMENT, Mary-WRIGHT not important in 2010.

 

92

356

64896

JACKSON, Clark

Londonderry

1738 Nov 14

JACKSON-MARRON Bk 423  1708-1738 Londonderry & Coleraine

Image 189

Btw Clark JACKSON of Drumballyhagen [Drumballyhagan or Drumballyhagan Clark Parish of Kilcronaghan, Barony Loughinsholin] Co. Londonderry Gent of 1 pt & John MARRON of Maghera [Parish Maghera] Merchant of other pt. Reciting Rt. Hon William CONNOLLY Esq by indenture 29 Mar  1734 demised to Clark JACKSON the south half of Drumballyhagen then in possession of said Clark JACKSON 64a 2r 26p par of Manor of Vintners Barony Loughinsholin Co. Londonderry… for natural lives of Adam JACKSON eldest son of Clark JACKSON aged abt 13 years Samuel PATERSON eldest son of William PATERSON Tobermore [Tobermore Parish Kilcronaghan, Barony Loughinsholin],in proportion aged about 11 years & John  O’CAHAN 2nd son of James O’CAHAN of Drumballyhagen aged abt 12 years … in presence of Thomas ASH and Rowly HILL Justices of the Peace for Londonderry. SEE: JACKSONs of Tobermore.

 

92

441

65270

 

Armagh

1738 Dec 13

HAMPTON TO WILLSON Notes in 2009 diary 1708-1738 Killinore

Between Robert WILSON of Ballymacone [??], Co. Armagh, linen draper of 1st part & Christopher HAMPTON of Balliwilley [Ballywilly, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West], Co. Armagh for £238 for town and land of Balliwilley homesteads of Killinore [probably Kilmore, Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West] ... Barony of Oneland, Co. Armagh in presence of Thomas WILSON of Mahadry [??] Arthur McDONNELL of A___willy [??] & Henry McCOLLIN of Richill all in Co. Armagh WITNESS all John WILSON of Mahadry ... Joseph BURGES, JP from Co. Armagh.

 

92

520

65440

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1738 Jan 8

JACKSON-HANLON Book Index 1730-45

Image 273

Henry JACKSON City of Dublin Gent demised to Caleb HANLON of City Merchant new dwelling house messuage or tenement lately built by Henry JACKSON on North side of Thomas St, City of Dublin. in breadth in front 22’ 9” and in depth 50’ Bounded on the east by John’s Lane on the west to a new house in Johns Lane built by said Henry JACKSON and on the south to Thomas ST. .. WITNESS: Richard CONSTANT of City of Dublin Carpenter Christopher SWEETMAN of City of Dublin Merchant & John RATHERNS Public Notary City of Dublin Caleb HANLON [SEAL] in presence of John KATHERNS & John EVERS wine cooper.

 

92

521

65441

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1738 Jan 8

JACKSON-HANLON Book Index 1730-45

Image 273

Henry JACKSON City of Dublin Gent demised to Caleb HANLON of City Merchant tenement lately built by Henry JACKSON on west side of St. John’s Lane in St. Thomas St adjoining where Caleb HANLON dwelt & also parcel of ground enclosed by a stone wall with several stables lying at the Northwest end or side of the demised house together with all the old stuff & materials then on the premises … in as full and ample a manner as the premises were initially demised to Henry JACKSON by Alderman Edward DUGEON & then held by Caleb HANLON .. WITNESS as in previous deed.

 

93

110

65039

BRADFORD

Dublin

1738 Sep 6

BRADFORD, Wm-MORGAN & wife NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745

Marcus Anthony MORGAN & Catherine MORGAN als COOTE daughter & coheir of Chidley COOTE Esq. Of 1 pt & William BRADFORD of City of Dublin Chirurgeon of the other part (NOTE: very long deed),

NOTE: Catherine COOTE was the daughter of Chidley COOTE and Mary KING.

 

93

122

65094

JACKSON, Richard

Carlow

1712 Oct 27

Image 356

BTW Henry RUTKIN Sr. of Wells Co. Carlow Gent & Mark RUTKIN of Corys Co. Carlow & heir of Henry RUTKIN of 1 pt Thomas BERNARD of Oldtown Co. Carlow Gent Elizabeth BERNARD eldest daughter of said Thomas BERNARD of Co. Carlow spinster & Henry RUTKIN 2nd son of Henry RUTKIN sr of the other pt. reciting marriage to be btw Henry RUTKIN jr & Elizabeth BERNARD … £60 jointure secured against townlands of Wells Tinnegarry & half town lands of Hammonstown in maor Old Leighlin Co. Carlow & townlands of Killanean & Cloghroash except lands of Killee containing 120a in Barny Idrow Co. Carlow … further agreed that said Mark RUTKIN & Elizabeth RUTKIN als PHILIPS his wife shall settle his estate of Cories in Co. Carlow upon said Thomas BERNARD … WITNESS: Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent; Thomas BUNBURY of City of Dublin Esq. & Ann CONNOR . Memorial witness Thomas BUNBURY & Bartholomew DELANDRE of Dublin Gent.

NOTE: This was most likely the Thomas BUNBURY (1673-1743) who married Rose JACKSON (1681-1738), It is likely that the Richard JACKSON (1673-1730) who was her brother, was the one who was a witness. I do not yet know how they are connected to either BERNARDs or RUTKINs.

 

93

147

65215

JACKSON, Phillip

Galway

Kings

1738 Nov 22

Image 368

John EYRE of Eyres Court Co. Galway devised to John GILES of Loughrea Co Galway Gent the townland of Tullubane 241a … for lives of William FRENCH, Thomas VERE jr & Robert TULLY. Witness Baldwin CROW of Kinder Kings Co. Esq & William PUREFOY of Eyre Court Gent. WITNESS: Baldwin CROW & Phillip JACKSON Servant to said Coll EYRE

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree:

 

93

329

65655

JACKSON, Daniel

Dublin

1738 Jun 29

JACKSON-PALMER Book Index 1730-45

Image 420

Btw Rev. Daniel JACKSON of Tullamore [Tullamore, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan] in Kings Co clrk of 1 pt & Amos PALMER of Newtown in Queens Co & Robt DROUGHT of Park [either Park, Parish Gallen, Barony Garrycastle OR Park, Parish Ballyboy, Barony Ballyboy] in said Kings Co Gent of other pt reciting whereas the Ld Montague Lord Visc BLUNDELL did demise to Rev. John JACKSON of Clonshagh in Co Dublin... tithes...Territory of Tecall & Barony of Ballyboy Eglish [Eglish, Parish Eglish, Barony of Eglish] & Ballycowen [Ballycowan, Parish Kilbride, Barony Ballycowan]  situate in Kings Co which tythes belong to Rectory Armurcher otherwise Ballymurcher Co. Westmeath which demise commenced 25 Mar 1737 for 31 years in trust to said Daniel JACKSON, brother said John and further reciting that Daniel JACKSON was in possession of the other 3rd pt of the tythes of the said territory as legal incumbent or Vicar of the Parish of Tercall otherwise Linally [Lynally, Barony Ballycowan.] with the Chappells thereunto belonging then the said indenture set forth that Daniel JACKSON demised to Amos PALMER & Robert DROUGHT all the tythes Recotial and Vicaral in the territory of Tercall [aka Firceall.] except the tythe of Agestment[?] to hold the tythes to Amos PALMER & Robert DROUGHT for 21 years if the said Daniel JACKSON should continue so long incumbent of the parish at the yearly rent of £460 ... WITNESS: Rev William TISDALL of City of Dublin Clerke & James BUTLER of Tullamore Kings Co. Gent

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

NOTE: WIKI:. Under the Plantations of Ireland Firceall was broken up into the Baronies of, Eglish Ballyboy and Ballycowan and these were located in the then newly formed King's County which later became known as County Offaly (named after ancient territory of Uí Failghe) following Irish independence.

 

93

514

661

GILMORE

Armagh

1739, May 17

HAMILTON & wife to GILLMER Feduffe

Meml of Deeds of Lease May 17-18, 1739 between Wm. HAMILTON of Argonell [possibly Ardgonnell, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny], Co. Armagh Gent. & Mary his wife of the one part & James GILLMER of Minuny [going from other deeds, probably Manooney, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh],  , Co. Armagh Gent of the other. Witnesseth that the Sd Wm. HAMILTON & Mary his wife for [?] Consn of the sum of Fourteen hund pounds [?] Court Money of Great Britain to them or either of them in hand paid by the Sd James GILLMER …. grant & release & Confirm unto the Sd Jas GILLMER …. all that & those the Desmesnes & Lands of Mount HAMILTON at Argonell with all the growing Timber & Improvets therein & other Appurs thereunto belonging to ge with that pt of the Townland of Feduffe [perhaps “Teduff”] [probably Foyduff, Parish Tynan, Barony of Armagh]  adjoining the Bridge of Argonell & the great road leading from Middletown to Monaghan & that part of the Bog of Feduffe belonging to the lands of Argonell formerly enjoyed by the Sd Wm HAMILTON & his undertenants  Bog with that pt or proportion of ground cont … four acres of Turf bog or Moss of Knockbane [Knockbane,, Parish Tynan, Barony of Armagh] which Lands and Premes are situate lying & being in the baro of Turney & County of Armagh & were in the actual possession of the Sd Jas GILLMER at the time of the perfection of the Sd Deed. Witness: Jno SCOTT of Stonetown, Gent. George BANNERMAN of Armagh Gent Richard CROSS of Clinticarty Gent Robt SCOTT of Armagh Gent. Joshua McGEOGH of Dromsill [probably Drumsil, Parish Grange (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh].

 

93

560

66911

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1739 Jun 6

JACKSON-COAD Book Index 1730-45

Marriage Art: btw William JACKSON of Kilmainham in Co of Dublin Tanner of 1 pt Ralph CARD of the City of Dublin Esq. & John LOWTON of the same city clothier of the other part. Whereas a marriage btw Wm JACKSON & Ann HUNT dau to John HUNT late of the City of Dublin, clothier dec’d 200 pounds to be paid to Wm JACKSON as a marriage portion. SEE: Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff - Descendants.

 

93

574

66969

OLIVER

Tipperary & Limerick

1730-1745

OLIVER, Robert - WOOD 1730-1745

John DAWSON of Grenane Tipperary & Robert OLIVER jr. Esq  of Clonodfoy, Co. Limerick.

 

93

623

67149

JACKSON, Ambrose

Cork

1739 Aug 28

JACKSON-King George Book Index 1730-Image 569

Made btw Ambrose JACKSON of City of Cork Esq of 1 pt... lots of land that Ambrose had around the custom house for 23 years...

 

94

68

65418

PUREFOY, Martha

Kildare

1738 Jan 6

Image 57

BTW Martha PUREFOY of City of Dublin widow of 1 pt & Rev. John CHRISTIAN of Hutton, Co. Kildare of the other pt. Tripartite deed btw Martha PUREFOY of 1 pt John BOURKE of Palmerston Co. Kildare Esq of the 2nd pt & John CHRISTIAN of 3rd pt. sum of £500 for release of lands of Clownings, Co. Kildare 392a …

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree:

 

94

186

65857

 

Monaghan

1708-1738

Lord Massarene- Earl of Kildare Book 43 (1708-1738) Creeve

NOTE: Lots of high falluting names – not worth pursuing for my current needs

 

94

192

65865

PUREFOY, William

 

1738 Mar 14

Image 121

BTW William PUREFOY of Wolvershill Co. Warwickshire Eq of 1 pt; Isaac DOBSON of City of Dublin Esq of other pt. Quinquipartite  btw William PUREFOY of 1st pt; James CANE of City of Dublin Gent of 2nd pt Isaac DOBSON of 3rd pt Henry HATCH of City of Dublin Esq of 4th pt. Thomas POWELL of City of Dublin of 5th pt. William PUREFOY in consideration of £500 granted lands in Manor of Castletown and lands of Purefoys Place otherwise Clonbullogue containing 600a in Kings Co. to hold to Isaac DOBSON

NOTE: It is possible that this was the William PUREFOY, son of Gameliel PUREFOY and Elizabeth ABBOTT, but the residency in Warwickshire is puzzling.

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree:

 

94

251

66199

McCULLAGH

Tyrone

1739 May 14

McCULLAGH Hugh to CALDWELL

Hugh McCULLAGH, Strabena, Co. Tyrone Innkeeper.

 

94

279

66326

McCULLAGH

 

1739 Mar 13

McCULLAGH Hugh & wife & John to SINCLAIRE

 

94

298

66419

MAXWELL, Robert

Armagh

1739 May 28

MAXWELL, ROBERT, Fellows Hall, parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh, D.D. 29 Dec. 1731. Narrate, f p., 28 May 1739.

His wife Ann Maxwell, extx. His nephew Robert Maxwell Leavense. His nephew Capt. Robert Maxwell of Colledge Hall. His nephew John Maxwell of Falkland. " The four towns of lands purchased from the late John Hamilton of Callydon, Esq." [situation not mentioned]. His College leases. Witnesses: Wm. English, Armagh, notary public, James Gillmer, Monoony Monoony [going from other deeds, probablyManooney, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh], gent., both in Co. Armagh, John Elliott, then servant to testator.

Memorial witnessed by : James Smith and Bartholomew Delandre, Dublin, gents.

94, 298, 66419 A. Maxwell (seal)

 

94

334

66578

JACKSON, Ambrose

Cork

1738 Jan 27

Ambrose JACKSON was registrar.

 

94

355

66666

BELLEW

Tyrone

1730-1745

BELLEW, Richard-ROWLAND

Hugh McCULLAGH of Liskey, Parish of Camus, Co. Tyrone & Rebecca his wife & John McCULLAGH, their only son. Lands in Strabane witness: Hugh BROWN of Strabane, Co. Tyrone.

 

94

372

66727

GILLMER, James

Armagh

1739 Jul 5

GILLMER to WALMSLEY Monony, from index under Lisleeny [Lisloony, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny].Townland

Image 213

Deed indented between James GILLMER and Marguerretta WALMSLEY, widow of Armagh in consideration of 500 pounds chargeable upon the towns and lands of Ballenametagh Ballynemetagh [Ballynameta, aka Wood Park, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny], Itragh als Cavanapole [Cavanapole, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny],  Lislouney [Lisloony, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny], Braghery, Skerry [Skerries, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny], Drumgoose [Drumgose, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny], Drumaghikeen [probably Drumahean, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny], Glassdromon [Glasdrummond, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny], Crossdall Outragh & Crossallihagh. [probably Crossdall, Parish Tynan, Barony Tiranny] all in Barony of Tyrawley [Tiranny],in Barony of Tureny, Co Armagh ... deeds transferred by Euphemia JOHNSTON of Dublin , spinster by Rev. Dr. Robert MAXWELL late of Fellowshall [Crearum, Parish Tynan, Barony Armagh], Co Armagh  Witness R DONALDSON

 

94

386

66811

Malone, Henry

Kings

1739 Jul 14

Beryl Eustace Deeds

MALONE, HENRY, Litter, King's Co, Esq. 30 June 1739. Narrate, 1 p., 14 July 1739. Reciting marriage articles 1736 made between Richard Malone of Baronstown, Co. Westmeath, Esq., and the testator concerning the marriage of Ann Malone the testator's youngest daughter with Richard Malone the younger, third son of said Richard Malone. Mary Malone, wife of testator, mentioned in another deed of same date. Said Richard Malone of Baronstown, trustee. Manor of Cadamstown and Lordship of Ely O'Carroll and territory at Fircall being his estate of

in King's Co. Two denominations called Coughes being part of the Manor of Cadamstowne. Fee farm lease of the Glebe and rectorial tythes of the parish of Litter under the title of Mr. Percy. Witnesses: John Fergus, Dublin, Esq., Doctor in Physic, James Magan, Dublin, apothecary, Walter Barrett, Dublin, gent. Memorial witnessed by : John Lewis, servant to said Richard Malone, Walter Barrett. 94, 386, 66811 Richd. Malone (seal) of Baronstowne

 

 

94

395

66876

JACKSON, William

Galway

Londonderry

Dublin

Kings

1739 Jul 11

Image 224

BTW Col. John EYRE of Eyerscourt, Co. Galway of 1st pt & William JACKSON of Coleraine Co. Londonderry Esq & Hercules DAVIS of City of Dublin Esq of 2nd pt. Baldwin CROWE of Kincorr [Kincora, Parish Wheery or Killagally, Barony Garrycastle]  Kings Co Esq of 3rd pt & George CAULFIELD Esq. of 4th pt…. Lands in Galway and [Garbally?][Galbally, Parish Kilmurryely, Barony Clonlisk] Kings Co. .. £800 … WITNESSES: Henry CRITCHLY Gent & Thomas CAVE Mathematical Instrument maker both of City of Dublin & James SAUNDERS clerk to William PARRY of Dublin Notary public

NOTE: John EYRE (bef 1677-1745) of Eyrecourt. William JACKSON (abt 1695-1744) of Coleraine husband of Frances EYRE (1711-aft 1730). Frances EYRE was a niece of John EYRE. John married twice but died d.s.p.

 

94

418

67123

JACKSON, Gilbert

Down

1727, May 23

Image 236

BTW Robert COLVILLE of Newtown Co. Down Esq of one pt & Margetson SAUNDERS of Belfast Co. Antrim, Merchant of the other pt. Confirmed to SAUNDERS land on South Side of Chapellbred Steet in Town of Newtown, dwelling house of John SAUNDERS, Gent deceased..

Includes names of neighbours at Newtown, Co. Down: COLVILL, Robert, Esq; SAUNDERS, John, Gent , deceased; MCCLEERY, James, Mr; CLERK, Robert; PARKINSON, Thomas, Stonecutter; WHITE, Hugh; BROWN, George; CATHEART, John; THOMPSON, James, Merchant; WISELY, William; CURRY, John; MONTGOMERY, Provost; SINKLER, Alexander; NESBITT, Widow; CATHERWOOD, James; CUDDY, Robert; Widow of Gilbert JACKSON (two 1a parcels mentioned); MORAN, Patrick; WILSON, Widow; SANDERS, John; BUCHANNAN, William, Major, deceased; CRAWFORD, John,; DAVISON, James; LEWERS, John; HENRY, Hugh; MCCLEAN, Alexander

 

94

489

67389

BIRCH

 

1730-1745

BIRCH, John BUSH

 

95

31

65598

BALL

Armagh

1738 Jan 10

MURPHY-BALL Camoy, Cregganduffe, Glassdromin [Glasdrumman, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Kiltebane, Tullydonnell, Dorsy

Image 323

Deed Poll Bernard MURPHY of Ballynaclose [possibly Ballynaclosha, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper]Co. Armagh Gent hath exhibited several Bills in his Majesty’s Court of Chancery against John EYRE & others  re several leasehold of Glassdrummon [Glasdrummond, Parish Kilclooney (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower,or Glasdrumman, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] Doury alias Dunreavy part of Tullydonnell [Tullydonnell (Gage) or Tullydonnell (O'Callaghan), Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] Carnally [Carnally, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Lurgan, Carrinbiy, Cregganduffe, part of Camully, part of Shermackalay [??], Kiltabawn [Kiltybane, Parish of Newtownhamilton, in the Barony of Fews Upper], part of Drumlougharvy [probably Drumlougher, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] all Parish Creggan, Baron Fews, Co. Armagh also lands of Ballicollen & Ballinanaghlaw Barony Ferrard Co. Louth and an Estate of Inheritance in lands of Ballydonnell Barony Ferrard, Co. Louth in persuance of Several Acts of Parliament made in this Kingdom for preventing the further growth of Popery. Now the said Bernard MURPHY did by the said deed declare & acknowledge that the said and several Bills as to one Fourth part of the Lands & Tenements or Hereditaments Estates real Freehold Personal or Mixed to be recovered thereby were exhibited in Trust and for the sole use & behoof of Abraham BALL of Darver Co. Louth Esq. and the said Bernard MURPHY did by said deed assign and make over all his right and Title in the said fourth part of the Premes unto the said Abraham BALL … WITNESS: Samuel BOYD of Castleloure Gent & John PEPPER of Walasloure Esq. both in Co. Louth.

 

95

51

65660

 

Monaghan

1708-1738

CORRY-BELLINGHAM Book 43 (1708-1738) Creeve

 

 

95

66

9?

 

Leitrim

1738 Feb 12

CAMPBELL-JONES Bk 55

Image 338

L&R whereby Letitia CAMPBELL of Mount Campbell, Co. Leitrim widow confirmed to Bolton JONES of Drumard, Co. Leitrim Esq. all that Town and Lands of Carrigallen, Mong Corbohill .. [many other townlands]

 

95

91

65815

 

Louth

 

TISDALE - FOSTER Killeen,

 

95

112

65887

MOORE, Mary

Louth

1738 Feb 6

FORTESCUE

Image 264

BTW Henry BELLINGHAM of Castlebellingham Co. Louth Esq. and Henry BELLINGHAM Esq. his eldest son & heir apparent of 1 pt. & Thomas FORTESCUE of Reynoldstown Co. Louth Esq & Alan BELLINGHAM of Drogheda Gent of other pt. & the release made btw said Henry BELLINGHAM the father and Mary BELLINGHAM als MOORE his wife and the said Henry BELLINGHAM his son of the 1st pt. Hugh HENRY of City of Dublin Esq. & Margaret HENRY spinster 2nd daughter of the said Hugh HENRY of the 2nd pt … marriage btw Henry HAMILTON (jr) & Margaret HENRY …

SOURCE: Crossley’s Abstracts

 

95

133

65963

JACKSON, John

Londonderry

Coleraine

1738 Dec 25

HILL & Ld Tyrone-HOWARD

The field marked No 8

The Bann Field A messuage 67 & 68 Garden

The House wherein Griffn Howard dwells

The House called y Big Stable

The small Cabbin formerly in possession of John Jackson & Mary Foster – a Tan Yard & 2 fields

Image 374

BTW Rowley HILL of Wallworth [either Walworth,,Parish Faughanvale, Barony Tirkeeran, or Walworth, Parish Tamlaght-finlagan, Barony Keenaght,] Co. Londonderry Esq. in [Be?]half of the Right Hon Marcus Lord Viscount Tyrone of 1 pt & Griffin HOWARD of Coleraine Co. Londonderry Alderman of the other pt. granted to Griffin HOWARD the field marked in Map (No 8) containing 5a also a field called or known by the name of Bannfield also the house wherein said Griffin HOWARD now dwells with appurtenances containing 35’ in front & 74’ in depth together with the house called or known by the name of the Bigg Stable all now in possession of said Griffin HOWARD together with a small Cabbin formerly in possession of John JACKSON & Mary FORSTER adjoining the East end of said Stable in Town of Coleraine … during term granted by Irish Society London … duly executed by Rowley HILL & WITNESS: Hercules HEYLAND of Castleroe [Castleroe, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine] Co. Londonderry Esq & Farmer GLOVER of Coleraine Gent & Thomas BRUMHALL of Coleraine.

NOTE: This John JACKSON may have been John JACKSON (btw 1666-1680-1690). SEE: JACKSONs of Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland and Coleraine, Londonderry

 

95

365

66824

 

Kings

Tipperary

1738 Mar 13

Townland Index 1739-1810-S

Shinrone Shinroan Shepherds Plott Sheepwalk, Barony Clonlisk

BALDWIN-RUDDOCK & ors

Image 503

BTW John BALDWIN of Curalanly Kings Co. Esq of 1 pt; James RUDDOCK the younger of Lorah Co. Tipperary Gent of the 2nd pt; James PALMER of Killballyshea in said Co Gent of 3rd pt. reciting indenture 1 Mar 1738 John BALDWIN of 1st pt; Moore DISNEY of City of Dublin Esq of 2nd pt; James PALMER of 3rd pt; James RUDDOCK of 4th pt … renewal of lease [no mention of townlands]

NOTE: James Gray RUDDOCK was a husband of Henrietta JACKSON of Grange, Sierkeeran, daughter of Robert JACKSON Esq. (bef 1743-1785),

 

95

465

67155

BROWNLOW, William

Dublin

Armagh

Monaghan

Louth

1739 Sep 11

BROWNLOW, WILLIAM, Brownlowsderry, Co. Armagh, Esq. 18 Jan. 1732. Full, part narrate, 3 pp., 11 Sept. 1739. My wife the Lady Elizabeth Brownlow extx. and guardian to my children. My eldest daughter Elizabeth Brownlow now Lady Vesey. My second daughter Mary Brownlow. My third daughter Anne. My fourth daughter Lettice. My fifth daughter Isabella. (If estate of Brownlowsderry should descend to any of these daughters and their husbands they are to take name of Brownlow and use the Brownlow's coat of arms). My son Wm. Brownlow. My cousin McCormick. My sister Ann Ford. My cousin James Clinton. Thos. Clinton. My cousin Anne Barnaby, to her sister Dynes £10 which her husband owes me. My cousin Sarah Courtney als. Walsh. £10 to each of my cousin Arthur Jones's daughters. Henry O'Neill. My estate of Richmond, Co. Armagh. My estate in Co. Monaghan and Louth. My house at St. Stephen's Green, Dublin. My estate of Brownlowsderry. Estates in counties of Louth and Monaghan which had lately come to him by death of his brother Philemon Brownlow, Esq. Witnesses : Nicholas Merrifield, Dublin, gent., Christopher Weldon, same, gent., Felix Bingham, same, servant to testator. Memorial witnessed by : Christopher Weldon, Richard Magenis, Dublin, gent. 95, 465, 67155 Elizth. Brownlow (seal)

 

96

7

66152

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

1738

TODD-HUTCHESON

Isaac Todd’s half or pt of a house

Back Yard & Outhouses No 19; 20 Markett Street

Image 10

BTW Isaac TODD of Killowniny Co. Londonderry Merchant of 1 pt & James HUTCHISON of Coleraine Co. Londonderry Merchant of other pt. … half or part of house in Market Street of Colerain No 19..20 rvth ye Back Yard and houses & appres from lease granted by Honorable Irish Society London … WITNESS: Farmer GLOVER & Samuel KINKEAD both of Coleraine Gent

NOTE: I suspect a relationship with Isaac TODD (1742-1819), a merchant active in Canada, son of John TODD and his wife Elizabeth PATTERSON. SEE: Wiki.

 

96

67

66437

JACKSON, William

Tipperary

Dublin

1731 Apr 17

BEASLEY Book Index 1730-45

Image 44

Image 45

Rev. William JACKSON of Connell, Co. Tipperary Clke set to William BEASLEY, of City of Dublin, Clothier, Dwelling & house messuage or tenement on north side of Chambers St., where Joseph DENNISON lately lived adjoining on the west Mr. BRADFORDs holding, on the east Nathaniel DUNDRESS’s holding; on the north the holding of George CROSS; and on the south by Chamber Street for lives of Ralph CARD of City of Dublin Gent, John SHAW of City of Dublin Hosier, & Samuel CARD jr Esq. [?] eldest son of Ralph CARD. WITNESS: Samuel PEERY of Chamber Street Clothier & James ENGLISH Gent.

 

96

144

66887

McCULLAGH

 

1730-1745

Willm McCULLOCH to McCARTNEY Could not find in digital version.

 

96

257

67535

JACKSON, Erasmus

Queens

 

STRANGMANTH Book Index 1730-45

Probably Queens Co.

 

96

284

67683

CLEWLEW

Louth

1730-1745

Lord PRIMATE-FORTESCUE NOTES in 2009 diary

Lord Primate to Thomas FORTESCUE of Renoldstown, Co. Louth to Rev. James CLEWLEW of Hollywood, Co. Down .. Incorporated Society in Dublin for Promoting English Protestant Schools in Ireland ... townlands of Killinshe [possibly Killinchy in the Woods – Barony of Castlereagh Upper], Barony of K_nelearty [aka Kinelarty on southern border of Barony of Castlereagh Upper], Co. Down & also Charity School of Dundalk.

 

96

298

67763

JOHNSTON

Londondery

1748-58

Dorothy-JOHNSTON

Dorothy JOHNSTON widow, John JOHNSTON & Anthony JOHNSTON all of Leitrim in Parish of Ballyscullion, Co Londonderry

 

96

361

68266

JACKSON, Thomas & ors

Kilkenny

1739 Mar 7

JACKSON-AYLWARD1730-1745

Thomas JACKSON was a trustee concerning lands in Kilkenny

 

96

378

68385

JACKSON

Londonderrry

1739 Mar 15

KINKEAD-JACKSON 1739-1810

Image 207

Btw Mary KINKEDD of Waterside in Parish of Killowen, widow of 1 pt. William JACKSON of Coleraine Esq. of other part KINKEDD assigned house at Waterside [Waterside, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine] lately built wherein she dwells and the field and park of land No 52 divided into three parks 52, 53 & 54 all situated in Manor of Clothworkers, Co. Londonderry…. WITNESS: Charles KINKEAD of Somerseat [Somerset, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine ] Esq & William KINKEAD of Coleraine Shopkeeper both of Co. Londonderry   SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

96

496

69166

OLIVER

Armagh

1737 May 11

WALKER-HUTCHINSON Ballynahonemore [Ballynahone More, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh]1739-1810 – townland index. NOTE: I had initially had it in the wrong bk #6. & mem # 694767.

POOLER-HUTCHINSON

Image 268

Btw Thomas POOLER of Ballycrummy [Ballycrummy, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], Co. Armagh Gent of 1st pt & George HUTCHESON of Killangilly [possibly Killuney, Parish Armagh (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West], Co. Armagh Gent & Elizabeth HUTCHESON his daughter of 2nd pt & Samuel HUTCHESON of Armagh and Edward STRAND of Callidonny, Co. Tyrone Clk of 3rd pt…. marriage btw Thomas POOLER & Elizabeth HUTCHESON… 250 pounds secured by Thomas POOLER for marriage portion made over to Samuel HUTCHESON also lands of Landlacken Aughavillen Aughnadullagh [??] Tullimore [probably Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh], als Aghelin & Carricktrodden [Carricktroddan, Parish Grange (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh,] in Barony of Armagh … in presence of Owen HUGHES of Killeny [possibly Killuney, Parish Armagh (ONeilland West portion), Barony Oneilland West,] Co Armagh & John SCOTT of Stonetown [??] Co. Armagh Gents.

NOTE: No mention of Gervaise WALKER

 

96

528

69391

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1740 Jul 1

JACKSON-GAMBLE Book Index 1730-45 1730-1745

Image 285

A memorial of mortgage bearing date the 21st day of July at 1740 whereby Thomas JACKSON of Marrowbone Lane in the county and city of Dublin Linen Weaver did grant bargain sell demise and set unto Thomas GAMBLE of the same Linen Weaver his heirs administrators and assigns for the term of 500 years subject to redemption on payment of 20 pounds and [?] For lot or piece of ground fronting Robert Street containing in front to the said Street 19 feet or thereabouts and in depth from front to rear 160 feet or thereabouts be the same more or less situate lying and being in the Liberties of Thomas Court and Donore, County & City of Dublin aforesaid and bounded on the east by Robert Street aforesaid and on the south by the holding of Abraham ROBINSON and the holding of Michael BUSHELL on the west by the holding of James HYETT and on the north by the holding of Joseph DEAN and the Tenterfield ditch together with a house and other improvements which said deed of mortgage this memorial witnessed by Benjamin JOHNSTON and Edward Stirling public notaries of the city of Dublin. Thomas GAMBLE.

See: JACKSONs of Pimlico.

 

97

5

66696

PUREFOY, Margaret

Tipperary

Dublin

1738 Jun 30

DAWSON

Image 301

BTW Margaret PUREFOY of City of Dublin Widow of 1 pt & Moses DAWSON of Gortnogrogy Co. Tipperary Gent of other pt. … lands of Kilnemanagh Co. Tipperary … lives of Moses DAWSON 2nd son of Moses DAWSON & Michael QUINLIN & Roger QUINLIN 1st & 2nd sons of Daniel QUINLIN

SEE: Purefoy Family Tree:

 

97

7

66702

JACKSON, George & Elizabeth & Francis

Louth & Meath

1739 Jul 3

JACKSON-DOBBIN Book Index 1730-1745

Image 302

re: deed 2 & 3 March 1738 between Frances JACKSON widow of Rev’d Peter JACKSON & the late rector of Killincool in the Co. Of Lowth (Louth) dec’d the Rev’d George JACKSON & the only son & heir of the sd. Peter JACKSON, George ADAMS of Heathtown [Heathtown, Parish Clonalvy, Barony of Upper Duleek] in the Co. of Meath Gent & Elizabeth ADAMS otherwise called JACKSON his wife and only daughter of the sd. Peter JACKSON & Frances JACKSON & Anthony FOSTER of the City of Dublin Esq. With the will annexed of the said Peter JACKSON of the one & James DOBBIN of the City of Dublin Gent of the other ... released 8 tates of Bellelulcashell ... that is to say Kilhavan one tate, Killemurree one tate and half. Mullefinegan half a tate Tannafofan one tate; Killaughavare half a tate & Eskar half a tate all in Co. Monaghan & town and lands of Ardpatrick Co. Louth. NOTE: Rev. Peter JACKSON was one of the JACKSONs of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmage - Antrim.

 

97

26

66832

JACKSON, Mary

Antrim

1739 Jul 16

JACKSON Book Index 1730-45

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

Connor Land pt Whapstown

Hollywell- Hollywell farm

Whinpark, Whatstown farm

Image 312

16 May 1739 between Mary JACKSON widow ... George JACKSON late of Antrim Steeple [Steeple, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper],  of one part. James JACKSON of Antrim gent, one of the sons of George & Mary of the other ... rent from Holywell [Holy Well, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper] & profits from Whin Park [Whin Park,, Parish Antrim, Barony Antrim Upper] being part of Hollywell lease & profits of Whapstone [Whappstown,, Parish Connor, Barony Antrim Lower] farm in Connor Land excepting the Park ... WITNESS: James BOYD Town of Antrim Merchant; Robert GRIER of Antrim Innkeeper & Arthur BRYSON of Belfast Gent. James JACKSON [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmage - Antrim.

 

97

166

677727

BALL

Armagh

1738 Jul 5

BALL to HANSARD Townland Bk 2 1739-1810 1739-1810 Urker

Likely connected to #102-303-70250

Btw Thomas BALL of Urker [Urcher, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper],, Co. Armagh Esq. of the 1 pt & John HANSARD Esq. Secretary to Protestant Schools of other pt. Lands of Urker then in possession of Incorporated Society containing 29 acres or thereabouts – map annexed -  for rent of £3 12s 6p. WITNESS: Laurence PAIN of City of Dublin, Gent & Benjamin JOHNSTON Public Notary City of Dublin.

 

97

240

68154

JACKSON

Dublin

1739 Jan 28

Image 422

Jacob POOLE jr of Blackpitter Co. Dublin Brewer demised to Thomas JACKSON of Marrowbone Lane City of Dublin Linen weaver plot of land fronting Roberts Street containing in front to said street 90’ & in depth from front to rere 160’ in Liberty of Thomas COURT & Donare Co. & City of Dublin bounded on east by Roberts Street on the south by holding of Abraham ROBINSON & the holding of Michael BUSHEL. On the west by holding of James HUTT on the north by holding of Joseph DEAN and the Tenturefield Ditch. To hold unto Thomas JACKSON & his heirs for lives of Mary ROBERTS grand-daughter of Roger ROBERTS of Thomas Court & Donore Farmer deceased & Lidia ROBERTS 2nd daughter to Isaac ROBERTS & John DAWSON eldest son of Benjamin DAWSON of City of Dublin Merchant … WITNESS: George MAGHAN Maultman to said Jacob POOLE & Peter GORMLY of Marrowbone Lane Gent & Memorial WITNESS: Peter WALSH of Roberts Street Linen Weaver & Peter O’GORMLEY. Thomas JACKSON [SEAL]

 

97

248

68275

ROWLEY, Hercules

Limerick

1739 Jan 30

Image 437

Will of John ORMSBY … Complex deed – mentions Hercules Langford ROWLEY & wife Elizabeth [aka Viscountess Elizabeth Ormsby UPTON]

 

97

275

68300

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1739 Mar 6

JACKSON-LODGE Book Index 1730-45

Made betw John BOURKE, Robt FRENCH, Boleyn WHITNEY, Wm COOPER, Robt ROBERTS. Thomas CUFFE, Robert ROSSE jr., Richard WARBURTON sen, & Thomas JACKSON Esq. Ald Richard DAWSON Ald Nathanial PEARSON, Isaac DOBSON, William LINGEN & Caesar COLCLOUGH Esq. Of the one part & Tras  Lodges of the City of Dublin Esq. Of the other part... it seems they were trustees of lands of Coolecullen.

 

97

366

68726

 

Londonderry

1737 Oct 8

KINKEAD-INNES 1739-1810

Image 498

Mary KINKEAD of Waterside [Waterside, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine], Parish of Killowen, Co. Londonderry widow of 1 pt & James INNES of City of Dublin Esq. of other pothouse at Waterside where Mary KINKEAD dwells and the field or Park of Land No. 52 divided into three parks (Viz) 52, 53 & 54 formerly HOUSTONs holding  & the House and Garden adjoining Mr. COOPERs now in possession of Thomas STURGEON all in Parish Killowen WITNESS: Elizabeth KINKEAD spinster & William KINKEAD vintner both of Paris Killowen & Robert MILLER of Coleraine Merchant Mary KINKEAD [SEAL].….. NOTE: See also William JACKSON of Coleraine: ROD: 96-378-68385.

 

97

376

68765

JACKSON, Jane & Gilbert

Down

1740 Apr 17

Jane JACKSON daughter of Gilbert JACKSON Book Index 1730-45

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

Deed of lease and release made between Jane JACKSON only daughter of Gilbert JACKSON late of Newtown in the Co of Down Gent dec’d of the one part & Gilbert JACKSON of Ballymisca in the county of the other part... Jane sold to Gilbert one half tenement on the south side of High Street of Newtown & now enjoyed by John TATE of Newtown...  & half of garden  belonging to Thomas KENNEDY of Ballintrea on the back street of said town of Newtown being the north part of said garden bounding on the north with the acres of land in possession of Robert Young GARDINER & George FERGUSON apothecary on the east with a plot of ground in the possession of William JACKSON bridler, on the south with part of the said Thomas KENNEDY’s garden & on the west with a small garden belonging to the heirs of Wm HAZLETT... NOTE: Jane was the only surviving daughter of Gilbert JACKSON, and this would be at the time of her marriage to John MOOR of Co. Tyrone. SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

 

97

404

68909

JOHNSTON

Leitrim

 

IRWIN –MORGAN Aghavilly See notes: 98-214-68165. Addl witness: Benjamin JOHNSTON & Edward STERLING, City of Dublin.

 

97

409

68933

 

Dublin

1740 May 23

Image 520

BTW William BODLE of Gibraltar Merchant then in Dublin & John JOHNSTON of City of Dublin Gent of 1st pt. & John MARTIN of City of Dublin Gent of other part … [reciting 1739 Nov 9th & 10th] John BODLE granted to William BODLE premises due to John JOHNSTON based on securities of £400 and a further £50 borrowed from John MARTIN … all pd to John MARTIN, then to him …. Piece or plot of ground on East Side of Church Street [Oxmantown] being part and parcel of the ground commonly called Young’s Castle…containing in breadth to Church Street 20’ in breadth in the rere 23’ and from depth from front 120’ next adjoining to the house of Coll PONSONBY on the west to said street and on the east to a lane called Stirrup Lane [aka Beresford Street – It was not then, as now, open to Church Street. SOURCE: Dublin Street Names. Rev. C.Y. McCreedy. 1892.] and on the north to other ground held by Theo JONES to hold to said John MARTIN ….

 

97

478

69222

BIRCH

Dublin

1730-1745

BIRCH,Charles-BARTON

Charles BIRCH of Churchwood in Dublin

 

98

2

64592

 

Sligo

 

BURTON - MATH ET AL Abbey a Park in it

Caldragh Park in it

Knappaghmore

Knocknaganny & Park in it

Rath tree Park

Rath Edmond

& The Hill

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground Castle Street

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground High Street

Houses Gardens & Plots of Ground Ratcliffe Street

The Fort Custom House and

[?] Gardens & Plots of Ground New Street

Backsides Gardens & Plots of ground Bridge Street

 [?] Brick Lane

[?] Plots of Ground Holborn Street

[?] Plot