PRONI T808 - My notes on documents relating to JACKSONs as recorded by Tenison Arthur GROVE
(abt 1863-1938). His work was based on documents dating from 1650-1900, many of which have since been lost.
Sharon Oddie Brown. March 6, 2021
Tenison Arthur GROVE was an antiquarian and genealogist who
not only followed his own curiosities, but was
also a researcher for hire. His notebooks are held by various repositories in Dublin, Belfast,
Armagh and likely elsewhere. Many of them preserved abstracts of documents that have since been lost, many in the 1922 fire in
Dublin. I remain curious about his interest in the Jacksons of Co. Down, the Jacksons of Kings
Co. aka Offaly, and the Jacksons of Antrim. Are these families connected? By blood? By land? By something else or by nothig at all? Also, did Amy Oliver JACKSON (1874-1962), daughter of Sir Thomas JACKSON 1841-1915) engage his services? She had the means, the interest, and had also hired researchers. Her surviving notebooks do not always include her sources.
Notes that relate to Jacksons of Co. Down NOTE: Numbers added in red were not in the original.
Notes that relate to the
Jacksons of Seirkieran
comprising genealogical and testamentary papers, notes, abstracts, census
substitutes including freeholder lists, Hearth money rolls, poll books and
other material, c.1650-1900. NOTE card file showed JACKSON vs JACKSON #8251
8237 Abstract of
prerogative will of Isabella JACKSON of Londonderry widow of Beresford
JACKSON 1737. Includes lots of MOORHEAD bequests.
8241 – James JACKSON
8242 Mary JACKSON of
8243 more JACKSON
8266 COPY all 8241-8266
8267-8282 (See Deed Registry Notes)
492-16-318576 1795 John
JACKSON of Holywood, Co. Down
Andrew JACKSON of Holywood
JACKSON of Knockagony, Co. Down
495-506-326459 1795 Wm
Robert JACKSON of Knockagony
97-376-68765 1746 Jane
JACKSON daughter of Gilbert JACKSON
Stuart-JACKSON 283-640 -187816
JACKSON-? 535-251 or
25-57-13497 1719 John
563-211-357959 or 351959
TODD-JACKSON 1745 ***
145-534-99987 1751 John
JACKSON of Knockagony, Co. Down
6-208-1914 John JACKSON
of Ballyregan 1708
69-272-42837 1729 James
8283-8302 Claims from
1798 Rebellion re Wexford JAMES family etc
Chancery Bill 7 November
Thomas Aiken James Chalmers and John Adams of Belfast town County Antrim merchants versus John bigger of Belfast town merchant lessee from Arthur late
Earl of Donegal of premises in & near Belfast. Agnes Bigger: John irwin; Francis NEWLAN; Robert Jackson; John Williamson;
and Alexander Arthur and John M`Ewan tenants and `cottiers the
occupiers of said premises which are fully described in Bill etc. etc.
Exchequer Bill 15
December 1679 no answer.
George VAUGHAN of
Buncrana, County Donegal late high sheriff for County Donegal in 1677. The
John Erwin of Lifford, County
Donegal one of the creditors of Oliver Barclay of Ballindrait, County Donegal
Esq. The prisoner for debt etc. etc.
Exchequer Bill 21
CHELLINGWORTH sub-collector of excise and etc. for County Armagh. He John
IRWING of Tynan County Armagh who signed a bond for £500 which he now says is
a forgery etc. etc.
Chancery Bill 18
John Robinson merchant provost of
Killileagh Borough, County Down. Versus Sir Robert Maxwell and his wife Anne Countess Dowager of Clanbrassill.
James Irwin and Capt. John Bayly, County Down.
Chancery Bill 11 November
James Hamilton of Lisnadkea, Co. Fermanagh
and his wife Isabel widow of William WYATT eldest son and heir of defendant
Thomas Wyatt V. William ErwYn purchaser of lands from
defendant Thomas Wyatt. Said
Thomas Wyatt; Edward A; and
John Myles about lands of
Killshanboly; Lisduffe; Maclifferty & Lislean all in Co. Fermanagh.
Exchequer Bill 17
Patrick McCreey of Cukmaghy or Cukinaghy County
Tyrone yeoman versus Edward Irwin of Drumlond, County Tyrone Farmer. About a lease by defendant to plaintiff 24
April 1702 of part of Cukmaghy or Cukinaghy for 10 years.
Exchequer Bill 5 January
Jarrett Irwin of Emlagh County Roscommon gent
and his wife Mary a daughter of Rev. John Read Rector of Kilagh, County Westmeath clerk deceased and legatee under his will
of 5 November 1702 versus Thomas DALY of Castlekelly County Kildare and his
wife Lydia widow of said Rev. John Read.
John Daly and his wife Jane
sister of plaintiff Mary and Elizabeth Read sister of plaintiff Mary.
Plaintiffs married after
Rev. John Read -- 26 November 1702.
His widow married
defendant DALY about six months after who lent £200 to right honorable Henry
Lord V. Dillon. Sir A. Shean and one Walsh.
Exchequer Bill 30
January 1709 answer
John Irwin Gent versus Cornelius McGraGH owner of Bredaugh Shaneelyholy
& Listurlagh 246 acres in County Galway which he 7 October 1709 mortgage
Martin French tenant of the premises; James
MacGragh of Gortneskeagh.;
Terrence MacGragh; Thomas SMYTH
Esq.; Rev. John Travers clerk;
Rev. Ben span clerk; Richard Reynolds and John SmYth Esq. in executors of the will
of Rev. Richard SMYTH clerk deceased and Samuel GUITHERS defendants. Nothing
Exchequer Bill 19
January 1705. Katherine McCleary of Mullaghgare, Co. Fermanagh, spinster versus Francis Watkins owner of said Mullaghgare and
his tenant Christopher Irvine who sublet to plaintiff in May 1704 etc.
Exchequer Bill 5
John Irwin of Kiltuvia County Sligo Gent
versus John Col. John Irwin lessee for 14 years of Ballyfahy, Co. Sligo. Morgan M’DONAGH sub-lessee of
Ballyfahy.. John Sprenger;
Eliza DESMINEER; John Padmore;
Richard Crofton; Bryan Berne; Brian Higgins; and Alexander Irwin confederates. No details.
Col. John irwin made a lease of Ballyfahy to
plaintiff which he cancelled & let to m’donagh
Bill does not state how
the other defendants are interested.
made 13 November 1711 proved 24 January 1711/1712
JACKSON of Newtown County Down. To my brother John JACKSON of Ballyreagen and
his son my nephew James JACKSON my lease of Ballyskeagh subject to sublease
to James NEAL. To my nephew Gilbert JACKSON son of John JACKSON of
Ballyskeagh my tanyard dwelling house and parks in Newtown. Legacies to nephew
John TAIT, to John JACKSON and John THOMPSON both of Newtown parish, to
Elizabeth CORD & her brothers and sisters, to my servants James SLOAN and
Martha WITHER my share in bark “William and John” to my executors my two
nephews Gilbert and James JACKSON. Witnesses John THOMPSON John MAIRS Thomas
made 1 July 1725. No memorial of probate. John JACKSON of Ballyreagan and
Dundonald parish County Down to be buried as my ancestors been Dundonald
churchyard. Three sons John Thomas and Joseph are married. Ballyreagan is
settled on son Thomas. Eldest daughter Mary. Youngest daughter Rachel
JACKSON. Daughter Martha. Wife Kathrine JACKSON alias McKINLEY. Executors
wife, James JACKSON and Alexander Hutchison. Witnesses Sam M’DOWELL; Robert
made 15 July 1727. No memorandum of probate. Catring JACKSON alias McKINLEY
of Ballyreggan and Dundonald parish County Down, to be buried with my
ancestors in Dundonald churchyard. Legacy left me by the will of my husband,
legacies to my “newvie Hendrie JACKSON, to Rachel JACKSON, Catrine JACKSON,
Catrine HUTCHON and Catrine BIRCHE. Executors James JACKSON and JohnTODE.
Witnesses Agnes PAGE Sam McDOUELL. Ballyreagan 363 acres is in Newtonards
Parish. Ballyreagan 522 acres is in Dundonald parish.
Connor will made 29 July
1703, proved 16 October 1703. Margaret JACKSON of the Fall, in Belfast,
Parish. Widow of Thomas JACKSON. To son Thomas JACKSON, 9 acres & c.
Son-in-law James ROBISON, daughter Elizabeth, sister Jennet CREEKS, executor
son Thomas JACKSON. Witnesses: John ORR, James MARTIN.
Connor will made 20
October 1764 proved 8 September 1767. John JACKSON of Belfast County Antrim,
a mariner. All including the new buildings to executrix wife Betty she to
provide for our children, £100 due to son-in-law Jack LYLE as marriage
portion . Executrix wife Betty. WITNESSES: Dan LULLI; Arthur PARKE.
Connor will made 1 March
1716/1717, proved 12 November 1717. Mary JACKSON of Lisburn, County Antrim
widow, to be buried in Derryaghy church, all to only child Mary JACKSON, if
she dies a minor then to brother Richard PEERS, children of dead brother
Edward PEERS and children of brother-in-law Valentine JONES, clothes to sister-in-law
Jane PEERS and my aunt BLACKER the executor. Witness: Penelope MERRIFIELD.
Administration to Valentine JONES of Lisburn in trust for Mary JACKSON minor
daughter of testatrix. Connor administration bond signed 2 November 1717 by
Valentine Jones and Samuel CLOSE, both of Lisburn. That said JONES will truly
administer above will.
bond signed 2 October 1729 by Elizabeth JACKSON of Ballyclare widow and
administer cs of William JACKSON of Ballyclare, County Antrim deceased
and by John TAGGART of Ballyclare and John ALLEN of Rashee, all of County
Antrim that said Elizabeth will truly administer goods of said William
CONNOR, administration bond 16th May 1748 signed by John JACKSON of
Inver parish. Joseph REED of Larne and Parish and George GORDON of Racaven
Parish, all in County Antrim and Connor diocese, that said John JACKSON will truly administer goods of William JACKSON, a sailor in H.M. ship
the “Suffolk” deceased.
bond signed 9 October 1771 by Jane JACKSON widow of administrix of John
Hamilton JACKSON of Larne, County Antrim, deceased and by Hugh KIRK of
Larne. That said Jane will truly administrator administer goods of said J. H.
NOTE: See connections in http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1709Aug10-MaryJACKSON.html
Derry will made 10
September 1662. No memorandum of probate. John JACKSON of Balteagh, County
Londonderry. All to wife and children, and not named. Witnesses: Thomas
SMITH; Howgh KNOX. [is partly illegible].
Derry will made sixth of
May 1782 proved 28th of November 1792. John JACKSON of Shanevye in Aghanlow
parish County Londonderry to be buried in Aghalee churchyard. Wife Martha JACKSON,
sons Robert JACKSON and Samuel JACKSON. Executors: Alexander MAJOR of Tillibrisland
and sons Robert and Samuel JACKSON. Probate to Samuel JACKSON, surviving
executor. Witnesses: William GUTHRIE, Robert GUTHRIE, Robert Morrison.
Probate to Samuel JACKSON, surviving executor.
Derry will made 19 March
1747/1748 approved 19 July 1749. John JACKSON of Tobermore in Kilerenaghan
parish County Londonderry, to be buried in Ballynesareen old church. Sons
Hugh and Luke, daughter Martha a minor. Son Luke is an apprentice.
Brother-in-law Capt. William Ash RAINEY, executor son Hugh. Overseers my
brother Clark and my sister by law Martha JACKSON. Witnesses John REA: Thomas
STANTON: John CLEMENTS. Probate to executor, seal only a blob of wax.
Derry administration bond
of William JACKSON 1700 is not to be found.
Connor will fifth of
March 1810 proved 12 March 1813. Thomas ORR of Belfast County Antrim my minor
sons Thomas and Robert JACKSON, older children. John Lee ORR, James ORR &
Margaret ORR alias LYONS. Wife Catherine. Two eldest sons John Lee ORR and
James ORR are gone abroad. Four houses In Gratton St., Belfast. Executors:
James BRADFORD and Thomas MOORE. Witnesses: James BRADFORD, Thomas MOORE, B.
COLEMAN. Probate to BRADFORD after MOORE renounced.
Down will not dated.
Proved 15 December 1708. Thomas JACKSON minister of the gospel of Castlescreen
to be buried in Downpatrick churchyard. Exeutrix and legatee wife not named.
Witnesses Hugh RAMSEY: David McKNIGHT: John BEAWKE. Castleckreen 334 acres is
in Bright Parish in Lecale Barony County Down.
made 30 Dec 1712 proved 5 May 1713.
Thomas JACKSON of Newtown in
Ards Barony in County Down innholder to be buried in Mevilla churchyard. All
to executor's wife Janet JACKSON alias Lindsay for life. Then in sixth equal parts between wife’s three sisters and my own
sister and my own two brothers, William and Robert JACKSON. Bible to my
friend Gilbert JACKSON. Executor's wife. Overseers Gilbert JACKSON of
Newtown, County Down Tanner. And James JACKSON of Dunlady in Dundalk Parish
County Down. Witnesses James Smart Senior;
James Smart Junior; and James Thompson. Codicil 30 January 1712
wife's sister Margaret and wife's niece Jane Burgess. Heraldic seal a rampant quadruped.. NOTE:
Movilla cemetery: John JACKSON of Ballyskeagh who dyed ye 16th of June
1716 aged 77, also Janet Jackson his wife, etc [D2908/3/2, Gen of the Fam of
James Orr, Ballyblack from 1627]—also James JACKSON, Gilbert JACKSON of
Newton Tanne SOURCE: Dee Bardes email March 15, 2009
made 5 March 1716 proved 19 February 1717 - 1718. Janet JACKSON alias Lindsay of Newtown, widow. Three
sisters Anna's Marie and Margaret and latter’s daughter Mary Radcliffe. Brothers-in-law Robert
JACKSON and William JACKSON and their sister Anne JACKSON, Bible to Gilbert
JACKSON. Friend John Thompson.
Executor, brother-in-law William JACKSON. Witnesses: William McQuaid; James Lockhart; John Mairs. NOTE: Wife of Thomas JACKSON (1679-1713)
made 23 August 1723 proved 4 March 1723.
JACKSON of Newtown, County Down. To be buried in the Mevilla churchyard. Wife
Anna's JACKSON alias KELL and three daughters Sarah Janet and Anne JACKSON
all minors and unmarried, legacies to Gilbert JACKSON son of James JACKSON.
Gilbert ORE [ORR] son of James ORE [Orr].
The deed of the meeting house that I and James Thompson have. £10 to rebuild
Newton meeting house. Executors wife Annas JACKSON, James JACKSON and John Thompson. Witnesses: James Thompson; James Thompson; and James Catherwood. Inventory 10 October 1724
taken by James ORR Senior and James Orr Junior. Freehold of house in Newtown and lease of Ballysceach. Leather
and &c in tanyard.
made 28 April 1716 proved 30 June 1716.
of of Ballyskeegh minor in Newton parish County down. Lease of Ballyskeegh
two sons Gilbert JACKSON, he paying £60 to my son Samuel JACKSON or his issue
on their return to this country from abroad. Three daughters Mary Jean and
Sarah. Son-in-law Hugh Brown.
Son-in-law John Kennedy and his
daughter Janet my grandchild. Friend John Thompson of Newton. Debtors widow Thetford of
Belfast. Edward Whiteside of
Malone, County Antrim. Executor: son Gilbert. Witnesses: James Catherwood; Joshua Sloan; William Sloane.
not stated proved 24 June 1738
JACKSON of Ballywillie alias Ballywooley. Two children by my present wife viz
John and Sarah are minors. Three daughters by my first wife this Catherine
Annas and Janet; sons Henry Hugh and Gilbert. Land of Ballywillie. Executors:
son Gilbert JACKSON, John Todd,
and John Tait. Witnesses;
Patrick Breesen; Archibald Whitehall; Robert Adder [could this
made 21 August 1741 proved 18 April 1743
JACKSON of Ballywillie. John and Sarah JACKSON my father's two youngest children
by his second wife, my two sisters Agnes and Jane JACKSON; my three brothers
Gilbert Henry and Hugh JACKSON, Legacy under will of my father in death of
his second wife Elizabeth JACKSON alias HUTCHON carried James JACKSON of
Ballymescaw, son of my eldest brother Gilbert JACKSON. Executors: brothers
Hugh JACKSON and Henry JACKSON. Witnesses: Patrick BREESON; James Roberts; John Dale.
made 7 October 1742 proved 22 November 1742
JACKSON of Newtown parish County Down. Son John JACKSON; daughters Margaret
JACKSON; Grizel JACKSON; and Mary JACKSON. Executors wife Jean McDufe. Witnesses: Richard Scott; William Stewart; James JACKSON. Indoors
Newtown. Inventory 22 November 1762 of goods of Alexander JACKSON of Newtown.
made 4 October 1758 proved 13 April 1759.
JACKSON of Creevybeg in Killinchy parish, County Down. Wife and JACKSON alias
McNEIGHT and her and my children James JACKSON [sic? should this be John?],
George JACKSON and Mary JACKSON. To son John JACKSON the chest that was his
mothers; lease to son John he paying all the rent, 4 acres to wife and her
children free of rent; daughter Isabel JACKSON, son-in-law of Robert M’KIE,
son-in-law George Connolly of
Ballym’creely. Executors: James Martin of Barnamaghry in Kilmore Parish and George M’NEIGHT of Lessons in Saintfield
Parish both County Down. Witnesses: John JACKSON; John Harper. Inventory signed by John Osborne and James Martin. Mentions debtors Samuel Thompson; Thomas Thompson; James a; Henry A; John
JACKSON of Ballybreagh
JACKSON of Ballyleney
JACKSON of Ballybreagh
JACKSON of Ballyleney
JACKSON of Ballybreagh.
Pre will made 12 October
1778 proved 18 October 1780.
Jeremiah JACKSON of
Fanningstown, County Limerick (or Tanningstown) to eldest son Thomas JACKSON
all freeholds & copyholds in Great Britain and leaseholds in Ireland. To
youngest son Rev. Jeremiah JACKSON of Abington in County Rutland in Great
Britain, the advowson of the living of Preston in County Rutland in Great
Britain and £1000 and furniture and plate sector in Great Britain. £10 each
to daughters Francis Langley and Elizabeth Tuthill. Executor
and residual are a lady: eldest son Thomas JACKSON. Witnesses Richard Deane; William Bennett; James Lyons. Probate to executor.
33 Mount Marion Ave..
20 July 1913.
Dear Sir my charges for
above abstract is 2s 6d.
for Ballybritt Barony in Kings County Ireland.
JACKSON living in the barony.
and parish, Back Lane, house number 34, one-story, Anne JACKSON age 30 and
her son George JACKSON aged eight along with four other families in the same
land in Sierkieran parish. Four-story house number 8. Eliza Wynne Curtis age 21; Robert Curtis 16 and James Gray Curtis 12, her brothers, pupils.
Anne Frazer, her aunt, aged 86.
Charlotte a, a visitor aged 50. 6 servants. 95 acres here and 61 acres in
Grange held by Joseph a Esq. from home.
Glebe townland in Sierkieran Parish. Three-story house number 1. Rev. Thomas
JACKSON 45 clergyman and vicar of Sierkieran Parish, farms 12 acres, Mary his
wife 33, Elizabeth 12, Leticia 10, Charlotte 7, Margaret 5, his daughters.
George 2 his son. 3 servants. The parish church in burial ground stands in
this town land.
town land in Kilcolman parish. One-story house number 9. Robert JACKSON 62
farmer of 27 acres. Elizabeth his wife 50, George 27, Richard 23, Robert 21,
and John 13, his sons, laborers. Anne 24, Leticia 19, and Eliza 16, his
daughters. One maidservant and two men servants.
Chancery depositions. Chief examiner?
1796 -- Henry JACKSON versus Robert JACKSON depositions.
1796 1815 and 1823 and 1838 JACKSON versus JACKSON.
petitions 1836 and 1838 JACKSON versus JACKSON
degree 11 December 1826. Charles Moller plaintiff versus Joseph Curtis,
Maria Curtis, Henry LANAUZE,
Elizabeth Eugenia Curtis,
Timothy JJ Curtis and others.
As to the tithes of Grange and Contoret it in Kings County and the minor James
Gray William Curtis.
February 1827. Inrolled 28 April 1827.
February 1825?? Looked for but not found in bill book.
for Ballybritt Barony in Kings County Ireland.
Same as in
Seirkeiran parish in Ballybritt Barony in Kings Co in Ossory Diocese 1740 --
4, 1773 -- 1805, 1818 -- 29, very badly kept.
1785 May 17
buried Robert JACKSON Esq. Grange.
November 3 married James Gray RUDDOCK of Ballineer and Henrietta JACKSON of
Grange by special license.
February 7 baptized Henrietta RUDDOCK daughter of Robert JACKSON and Mary his
20 buried Mrs. JACKSON wife of Robert JACKSON Junior, Grange.
29 Susan daughter to Robert JACKSON buried.
November 24 Thomas Burton of
Shinrone and Phebe JACKSON of Fancraft married.
15 James Bennett and Sarah
JACKSON Fancraft married by license.
daughter of Rev. Thomas JACKSON, Vicar of Seirkieran and his wife Mary
daughter of same baptized.
Henrietta daughter of same baptized.
25 last baptism performed by Rev. T. JACKSON.
of Sierkeiran parish. Vestry minutes signed. By Robert JACKSON 13 April 1762;
5 April 1763; 24 April 1764 seven; 1765; 1766; 1767; 1768; 1769; 1770.
Robert JACKSON and Robert JACKSON Junior 19 June 1770. Both signatures almost
JACKSON Junior 1770; 1771; 1772; 1773.
JACKSON 1774; 1775; 1776.
1780; 1781; 1782; 1783; 1789; 1798; 1799; 3 June 1800.
JACKSON Esq. of Grange, churchwarden, 14 April 1789 - 26 March 1799.
JACKSON Esq. sidesman, 12 April 1803.
By Henry JACKSON
Esq. churchwarden of Grange, 3 April 1804.
JACKSON of Fancroft served as churchwarden 1769. Robert JACKSON served as
churchwarden 1762 to 1769.
the parish 19 June 1770 26 July 1774 and 1 May 1775.
JACKSON's Esq. part of Ballymoney 16 acres. Grange and Glebe 191 acres.
co Kings County Ballybrritt barony Sierkieran.. No JACKSON in Grange town
land. Glebe townland and house number 1 - 3 stories. Rev. Thomas JACKSON age
45 Vicar of Sierkeeran parish, farms 12 acres. Mary his wife age 33.
Elizabeth 12 Leticia 10 Charitta 7 and Mary 5 his daughters; George 2 his
son. 3 servants. The Church and burial ground in this town land.
search Fancraft town land or rest of Sierkeeran parish.
Sierkeeran parish is adjacent to Parsonstown parish on the East side.
returns are official copies of the parish registers only the year 1795 exists
before 1825 for Sierkeeran parish. Contains entries of JACKSON's of Fancraft
but none of those of Grange.
Pre grant 12
November 1785 of license for marriage of Robert JACKSON of Grange in Kings County
Esq. with Mary Carroll of St.
Anne's Parish Dublin spinster. Register St. Anne's Parish Dublin does not
contain his marriage.
Pre grant 28
October 1785 of license for marriage of James Gray Ruddock of Ballineer in Kings County Esq. with Henrietta
JACKSON of Sierkeeran parish in Kings County spinster.
Decreetal Order not enrolled volume I. -- 1797 – 1813
versus JACKSON numbers 2 5 7
Bill 6 March
JACKSON gent younger son of Robert Johnson Robert JACKSON Esq. of Grange in
Kings County deceased whose will was dated 22 November 1781 plaintiff versus
Robert JACKSON Esq. eldest son of said Robert, Harriet JACKSON daughter of
defendant Robert, Eugenia JACKSON widow of Robert the testator, Eugenia
JACKSON junior daughter of Robert the testator, Coote CARROLL surviving
trustee of marriage settlement dated 17 November 1785 of defendant Robert
JACKSON with Mary Carroll.
James JACKSON and John Drought trustees named in same settlement for Henrietta JACKSON alias Ruddock, daughter
of testator and wife of defendant James Ruddock Gray [James Gray RUDDOCK,
I think) Esq. which
Henrietta is dead and William JACKSON defendants.
William Fairbrother the other trustee is
dead. That above Robert JACKSON deceased owned in fee or in freehold Grange
Ballymony Ballym’Murragh North East and South East parts of Camber all in
Kings County, and some tythes in Ballybritt Barony in Kings County and also
in right of his wife defendant Eugenia some freeholds in Birr town and also a
lease for two lives of Lisclooney and Clonanniffe and by his will left is to
each of his children his two sons plaintiff Henry the younger and defendant
Robert the eldest and his two daughters defendant Eugenia and Henrietta since
dead and all the bulk of his property to defendant Eugenia in trust for his
children and made her sole executrix and died in 1785.
10 November 1785 conveyed to Robert JACKSON Grange Ballymony Ballym’Murra and
Cumber subject to £150 yearly to herself her life and subject to £50 yearly
to Hanibal Frazer and his wife
Anne Fraser for their lives
which had been granted to them by testator.
settlement 17 November 1785 of defendant Robert and Mary Carroll who died leaving an only
child defendant Harriet JACKSON. That defendant Eugenia has reserved the
holdings in Birr for her daughter defendant Eugenia.
defendant Eugenia about 1790 bound plaintiff apprentice to an attorney and by
deed of 15 July 1791 conveyed Liscloony and Cloneaniff to defendant gray in trust for plaintiff but Sir
L. Parsons in 1794 brought an
ejectment tried at Sunner Assizes in Kings County which he won on grounds
that his father Sir William Parsons had no power to take a fine 20 April 1774 for the lease from plaintiff’s
father Robert JACKSON.
Parsons had evicted Richard Holmes who in 1777 sued Robert JACKSON in Chancery. Mr. Robert JACKSON renewed in
admit the above facts but dispute some statements as to values made in Bill
6 October 1792 of license for marriage of Henry JACKSON of Dublin city Esq.
and Abigail Cruickshank of St.
Anne's Parish Dublin widow directed to clergy of St. Anne's Dublin.
22 June 1787 of license for marriage of John Hubert Moore of Dublin city Gent and Lavinia JACKSON of St.
Bridget's Parish Dublin spinster, directed clergy of said parish.
Pre grant 11
November 1797 of administration of Frederick JACKSON late Lt. In 73rd foot a
bachelor deceased. Intestate made to his sister Lavinia MOORE alias JACKSON
wife of John Hubert MOORE Esq. James JACKSON father of deceased having
renounced, she being sworn by commission.
officers by District Court in Ireland published by authority Dublin Castle 29
January 1797. No Henry JACKSON in index.
directories of 1794 and 1805 contained lists of officers of Irish militia
Erie at no Henry JACKSON in Kings County lists.
May 1828 of administration of Eugenia JACKSON of Grange in Kings County widow
deceased intestate made to her daughter Eugenia Maria Curtis of Somerville in Booterstown widow, one of the next
of kin of deceased. It affects under £26.
Stack and Hamilton proctors etc.
Booterstown parish is in County Dublin. It is a suburb of Dublin city on the
coast between Dublin and Kingstown.
pages 522 number 30 and 9478. Memorial registered 22nd of October 1794 of
agreement of 16 August 1793 by John Hubert MOORE barrister and George Sall
merchant both of Dublin city trustees of marriage settlement of Henry JACKSON
of Dublin city and his wife Abigail Cruickshank and said Henry and Abigail to John Radcliffe of Dublin city barrister as to lease of 9 November 1791 to said Abigail then
Abigail Cruickshank of Dublin
city widow by Sarah Chambers of
same, of the tenement 20 x 36 on Westside of Kildare Street near Molesworth
street opposite the Duke of Leinsters stables in Dublin, bounded on North by
Edmund Child, on south by widow Coddington, on east by Kildare
street and on West by Mr. Monsell's garden. To hold for 27 1/2 years at £45.10 shillings which they now assigned
to Radcliffe. Witnesses Samuel Barry of Dublin city Gent and Anne Fraser. Memorial signed by A JACKSON.
page 293 number 307899 Memorial registered 24 July 1794 of deed of 21 July
1794. Henry JACKSON of Newpark, County Wicklow Esq. to Richard Massey Hansard of Mistrim in County
Glanmorgan Esq. as to tenements in Dolphins Barn and in Dublin city and
elsewhere assigned by JACKSON's present wife Abigail by her marriage
settlement on her marriage with him to trustees John Hubert Moore and George sall or a lall in trust for herself and for one Richard Cruickshank and if latter should die
for JACKSON during her life. With Mrs. Eugenia JACKSON widow and Benjamin Kearney gent, both of Dublin city who
both signed Memorial along with Henry JACKSON.
page 223 number 307 400 or more a register 3 July 1794 of assignment of 20
June 1794 for £120 by Henry JACKSON of Newparks, County Wicklow Esq. to
Eugenia JACKSON of Birr and Kings County widow. Elizabeth Brown's house and 25 acres in
Tulfaris, County Wicklow leased 1 July 1792 by Elizabeth Brown to William Nixon and Henry Gray for 91 years at 2 pounds at £40
which Nixon as surveyor 12
March 1793 assigned to Henry JACKSON who now assigns to Eugenia JACKSON.
Witnesses Michael Rutledge and
Samuel Barry. The memorial
signed by Henry JACKSON.
page 571 number 307935 the memorial register 26 July 1794 of assignment of 12
May 1794 by Henry JACKSON of Newpark, County Wicklow Esq. and his wife
Abigail JACKSON alias sale or lall to Joseph Callaghan of Dublin city carpenter. Premises at Dolphins
Barn Dublin to be held for three lives one being Cruickshank's.
Manuscripts NOTE entered in deeds chart as well
Settlement. Eugenia JACKSON late of Grange in Kings Co. Afterwards of Miskin
Co Clamorgan in Great Britain now of Bath City, widow of Robert JACKSON of
Grange in Kings Co. Esq. Deceased of 1st part . Joseph CURTIS late
of the Parish of St, John Hackney, Co. Middlesex, now of Bath City & his
wife Eugenia Maria CURTIS both of 2nd part. James Ruddock GRAY of
Ballineer in Kings Co. Esq. Thomas PLUMMER of London City mt St. George
CURTIS of Fitzroy St. Fetzroy Sq. Co. Middlesex Esq. & Richard Massey
HANSAARD of Miskin Co. Glasmorgan but now of Bath City Esq. All of 3rd part 1st & 2nd parties transfer to 3rd party as trustees messuages &c of Tyd ABBOT Esq. & Rev Abram DOWNES
in Main Street of Birr Town in Kings County with a garden behind James JACKSONs
house & 2 fields of Michael & Benjamin KEARNEY near Birr. WITNESSES:
William CARDALE of Bedford Row Co. Middlesex gt William CARDALE junior of same;
John PLUMMER of Philpot Lane, London mt mem signed by Joseph CURTIS.
deeds office in Dublin
page 109 number 531044 for Memorial registered 4 October 1823 of marriage
settlement of 14 June 1822
LANAUZE junior of College Green Dublin stockbroker of second part the
bridegroom Elizabeth Eugenia Curtis only daughter of Joseph Curtis of Mossfield in Kings County Esq. and his wife Eugenia Maria Curtis alias Jackson, spinster of third part. Said Joseph & Eugenia
Maria Curtis of first part.
Rev. Thomas LANAUZE [AMBA? – was he at Killeshandra?] in county Cavan clerk.
Thomas Lewis of Cornhill London
city Esq. Timothy Joseph Jackson Curtis of Mossfield in Kings County Gent and Garrett Moore of Carrickonsuir, County Tipperary Esq. all the
fourth part. Refers to marriage settlement 4 July 1797 of brides parents
between Eugenia Maria Jackson daughter of Eugenia Jackson then late of Grange in Kings County widow and of Robert Jackson deceased both of second part.
Joseph Curtis eldest son of
Timothy Curtis of Hackney
County Middlesex Esq. and said Timothy both of first part. Richard Massey Hansard of Miskin, Co. Glamorgan Esq.
James Ruddock Gray of Ballyneer
in Kings County Esq. Thomas Plummer of London city merchant. George Curtis of Fitzroy square Fitzroy St., County Middlesex all the fourth part. Of
which new trustees were afterwards appointed viz James Ruddock Gray; Thomas Curtis and Charles Bendrick Curtis. Bride is over 21. Her brothers are Joseph Jackson Curtis; Robert Roddick Curtis; and John William Grady Curtis. She is legatee of will of 14
February 1804 of her grandfather Timothy whose trustees were his brother Sir
William Curtis Baronet Thomas Plummer and Richard Henry Clark. LANAUZE settles two policies
of insurance. Witnesses J. pellott,
Ironmongers Hall, London. St. George Gregg College Green Dublin. Robert Jones and John Jones of Peter St., Dublin; Thomas Little of Anglesey, St., Dublin.
signed by bride and both her parents and by bridegroom.
Baronetage 1824 page 1007
Timothy Curtis eldest brother of Sir William Curtis created at 23 December 1802
left to son Joseph Curtis of
Bath Esq. who married Eugenia Maria Jackson of Grange in Kings County Ireland by whom he has issue. The lay tithes of
Sierkyran parish in Ballybritt barony in Kings County owned in 1835 by John Curtis Esq.
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by Lancelot FISHER of Dublin City attorney to Robert JACKSON of Dublin City,
Esq. & his only daughter Henrietta Ruddock JACKSON. Mortgage was dated 26
January 1810 by said Robert & Henrietta on Grange in Kings Co. for £1000.
WITNESES: John JOHNSTON & James HASMELL both of Dublin, Clerks of said
FISHER who signed memorial.
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JACKSON of Grange in Kings County now of Dublin City Esq. And his only
daughter Henrietta JACKSON spinster to Joseph CURTIS of Mossfield in Kings
Co. Esq. & his wife Eugenia CURTIS alias JACKSON to Timothy DRISCOLL of
Dublin City Esq. One of his Majesty’s Counsellors at Law. Refers to deeds of
11 & 14 Oct 1802 as to Tythes & Lands of Grange & Contourt in
Ballymony in Ballybritt barony in Kings County. WITNESES: John JONES &
Pat WOODS mem signed by both Robert & Henrietta.
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registered 6 Nov 1848 of Deed of 29 Dec 1845 between Anne JACKSON of Harcourt
Street, Dublin City widow & Executrix of John JACKSON Esq. deceased of 1st part Fred JACKSON of same Esq. of 2nd part John Richard JACKSON a
lieutenant in H.M. 20th foot regiment of 3rd part. Rev
Thomas GREGG of Blackhall St. Dublin & Thomas Arthur Aughmuty KIRKWOOD of
Glenbrook, Co. Dublin Esq. both of 4th part George Arthur BRERETON
of Leinster Road, Co. Dublin Esq. of 5th part. Refers to deed of
22 Feb 1836 as to Coolatrindle &c Co. Wexford [NOTE: Parish of Kiltrisk,
Barony of Gorey] Carigneslaney [NOTE: there are two townlands named
Carrickslaney, one in Parish Aghade, and one in Parish Balone, both in Barony
Matriculation Book of Trinity College Dublin Frederick JACKSON age 16 on 22
Oct 1832 protestant son of John JACKSON “causicicus” [sic] born in Dublin
entered Trinity College Dublin as a pensioner.
1839 no Fred
1840 no Fred
JACKSON 18 Parliament Street Dublin & 1 Leinster Terrace, Rathmines,
JACKSON 9 Harcourt Street Dublin, Solicitor
1851 & 2
Fred JACKSON 50 Great Brunswick St. Dublin solicitor
1853 no Fred
May 1828 of administration of Eugenia Jackson of Grange in Kings County widow deceased intestate, made to her daughter one of
her next of kin, Eugenia Maria Curtis of Summerville, Booterstown, widow. Effects under £26 stack and Hamilton.
11 October 1828 of license for marriage of Frederick Jackson of Rathmines Road in St. Peter's Parish Dublin Esq.
with Henrietta Vereker Brereton of Cullenswood Avenue in St. Peter's Parish Dublin spinster. Directed to the
Minister of St. Peter's.
this marriage in following Dublin newspapers: Saunders, Dublin evening Post.
made 29 September 1851 Irish probate 7 August 1852. Frederick Jackson of 4 Mortimer Ter., County
Middlesex Esq. All wife Henrietta Vereker Jackson for life then equally among three children Frederick, Elizabeth and
Henrietta, all minors and unmarried. Their guardians to be wife and David Brereton of York St., Dublin Esq.
Executrix wife. Witnesses Hugh Daniel;
Thomas WJ Bond; above extracted
from Register of Court of Canterbury. Irish administration of above will 7
August 1852 of Frederick Jackson of 4 Mortimer Ter., County Middlesex, formerly of Harcourt St., Dublin,
solicitor, deceased. Granted to George Stamer Brereton of 3 Lancaster Rd., Rathmines, Dublin. Esq.
Maternal uncle and assigned Guardian of Elizabeth Jackson age 12; Frederick Jackson aged eight; and Henrietta Jackson age 6, children of deceased. Henrietta V. Jackson the widow having renounced. Etc. etc.
schedule of personal estate in Ireland of Frederick Jackson of 4 Mortimer Ter., County Middlesex but formerly
Of Harcourt St., Dublin, who died 31 October 1851. Consists of no household
furniture or leases. Money out on mortgage under £300. Cost do but not yet
ascertained, under £1150 total £1450 sworn 3 August 1852 by George Stamer Brereton.
Frederick Jackson solicitor 18
84 Frederick Jackson solicitor
one Leinster Terrace, Rathmines.
No Frederick Jackson 1839
1842 to 1850
both inclusive Frederick Jackson 9 Harcourt St.South
1851 in 1852
Frederick Jackson 50 Great
Brunswick St. solicitor.
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[NOTE: transcripts made by Tenison Groves, an antiquarian working in the Public
Record Office of Ireland before 1922 (main PRONI Reference T808)].
Memorial of assignment
of mortgage of 13 April 1799 for £1200 by Henry JACKSON of Dublin City, merchant
to John STOKES & William Southwood of same merchants. Mill & Mill
holding of Clonskeagh, Co. Dublin with its dwelling House, Iron Mill,
Engines, Forges &c & 7 acres to hold for life of Hugh JACKSON son of
said Henry or for 99 years from March 1789 & 18 acres in Roebuck held for
31 years. WITNESSES James JOHNSTON & Jacob William JACKSON of Dublin City
attorneys. Memorial signed by Henry JACKSON.
Memorial registered 17
June 1711 [sic] of Deed 18 June 1811 by Henry JACKSON of Clonskeagh, Co.
Dublin Esq. to George THOMPSON of Roebuck, Co. Dublin Esq. Mill & Mill
holding 7 acres of Clonskeagh leased by Lord Trimleston to said Henry JACKSON
for life of his son Hugh JACKSON or for 99 years. 18 acres of Boebuck leased
24 Dec 1788 by Lord TRIMLESTOWN to M M’CAR for 31 years and also leased 29
Sept 1803 by William C. HAGAN of Dublin City to above Hugh JACKSON to
commence from 29 September 1819 for 69 years. The quarry & Limekiln
&c 1 acre at Clonskeagh held for 87 years at 1s by lease from William C.
HOGAN to James WOODMASON dated 4 Feb 1802 all which are now the property of
above Henry JACKSON who now assigns to THOMPSON for £3500. WITNESSES: James
JOHNSTON of York St.; Francis GREGG of Blackhall St. both Attourneys, Dublin.
Memorial signed by JACKSON.
Record Office Dublin
Re will made 31 March
1816 proved 11 January 1817 Henry JACKSON of Ranelagh, Co. Dublin Gent wife
Mary son Joseph unmarried daughters Ellen & Sarah under 21. Son in law
Edward KEATING of No 11 Patrick Street & his wife my daughter Margaret
KEATING. House in Ranelagh 4 houses in Patrick Street 2 other houses in
Patrick Street or Plunkett Street. Brother Samuel JACKSON. Executors John
CONNALLY of Patrick Street & William KEATING of Bull Alley both Dublin
Street WITNESSES. Codicil 31 March 1816 Probate to KEATING.
Registry of Deeds Dublin
registered 3 Nov 1814 of mortgage of 28 Oct 1814 for £3000 by Henry JACKSON
of Patrick Street Dublin, Gent to Richard WORNELL of Portobello, Co. Dublin,
Gent. Premises on East & West sides of Patrick Street & at Ranelagh
& on East side of Great Georges St & at Old Merrion & at Chancery
Lane & at Patrick St. all in Dublin City or County. WITNESSES George
IRWIN attorney; John WILSON Gent both of Dublin. Memorial signed by JACKSON.
registered 3 March 1816 of Dissolution of partnership Deed of 27 Feb 1816
Hugh DOWNEY of Brunswick Street Dublin & Henry JACKSON of said Brunswick
Street Dublin victualler. Deed of partnership of 31 Aug 18156 Memorial signed
by both JACKSON & DOWNEY
1827 Joseph JACKSON
victualler 5 Patrick Street
1815 No Henry JACKSON
1800 Henry JACKSON
ironmills Rogersons Quay
1798 Henry JACKSON
ironfounder 159 Church St
1794 Henry JACKSON
ironfounder 160 Church St
1794 Henry JACKSON iron
monger 87 Pill Lane
Record Office Dublin
registered 3 May 1834 of Deed of 18 Nov 1833 Henry JACKSON jr. of
Hacketstown, Co. Carlow eldest son & heir at law of Thomas JACKSON of
Coolmana, Co. Carlow to Henry JACKSON senior of Coolmana, eldest son &
heir at law of Samuel JACKSON late of Coolmana, Co. Carlow as to the
following portions of Coolmana alias Nashes or in Rathvilly Barony, Co.
Carlow. 16 ½ leases 27 May 1788 by Joseph JACKSON. Loheska 38 acres leased
1788 by Estyer [Esther?] JACKSON to Thomas JACKSON bounded by River Dereen
& Samuel & Joseph JACKSON. Healy & Neals 16 acres Moores 16 acres
Murphys 4 ½ acres lease of 9 April 1825 WITNESSES Joshua NUN of Dublin City
Gent & his son Henry NUN. Memorial signed by both Henry JACKSONs.
registered 3 May 1834 of mortgage of 2 May 1834 by Henry JACKSON of Coolmana,
Co. Carlow, farmer to Thomas NOBLET of Hacketstown, Co. Carlow mt above
premises in Coolmana very long.
registered 25 Sept 1820 of mortgage of 12 Sept 1820 for £100 by Henry JACKSON
of Coolmana, Co. Carlow, farmer to George BARKER of said Coolmana, Co. Carlow
Gent part of Coolmana alias Nashes qr 16 ½ acre bounded by River Dereen on
North by G. BARKER on East by Ester JACKSON on South & West leased 30 May
1788 at 9s an acre by Esther JACKSON to Samuel JACKSON father of above Henry
& his daughter Esther who as wife of Joseph BRIEN has assigned her claim
to Henry. Esther JACKSON sr in Feb 1790 assigned the rent to her son Henry.
Lands are held on lease of lives forever. WITNESSES: Joseph BRIEN of
Carrigbrack, Co. Wicklow, farmer; Peter DOHERTY of Tullow, Co. Carlow,
writing clerk. Memorial signed by JACKSON.
Record Office Dublin
registered 2 Sept 1815 of Partnership Deed of 31 August 1816 between Hugh
DOWNEY of Dublin City salesmaster & Henry JACKSON of same victualler.
Memorial signed by DOWNEY
partnership of Henry JACKSON 1816
registered 11 January 1816 of Deed of 2 Dec 1815 by Henry JACKSON of
Ranelagh, Co. Dublin Gent to William PHILLIPS of Patrick St. Dublin
victualler premises on West side of Patrick Street at Dublin
Memorial registered 6
May 1816 of lease of 20 April 1816 by Henry JACKSON of Ranelagh, Co. Dublin
Gent to Thomas FENNELL of Patrick Street, Dublin. Premises on East side of
Patrick Street, Dublin.
Memorial registered 6
May 1816 Deed of 19 April 1816 by Henry JACKSON of Ranelagh, Co. Dublin gent
& Richard WORNALL of Partobello, Co. Dublin, Gent to Edward KEATING of
Patrick Street, Dublin, victualler. Premises on East side of Patrick Street
Dublin leased 17 April 1805 to James FARRALL by said Richard WORNALL.
Memorial registered 19
March 1816 of Deed of 16 March 1816 by Henry JACKSON & Peter WORNELL of
Dublin City to Phillip MOLLOY of Old Merrion, Co. Dublin 5 ½ acres at Old
Merrion, Co. Dublin leased for 43 years at £100 rent in 1796 by T.M.
WINSTANLEY to John EGAN who mortgaged to John ECHLIN who 2 May & 28 Oct
1814 & 6 Feb 1816 assigned to JACKSON & WORNALL. WITNESSES: Edward
KEATING of Patrick Street, Dublin
Memorial registered 23
Jan 1818 of Deed of 3 January 1818 by Margaret JACKSON alias KEATING widow
& administratrix of Edward KEATING of Patrick Street, Dublin to James
SINNOTT of Patrick St. butcher. Premises leased 17 April 1805 to or by
Richard WORNALL of Patrick Street, mortgage 28 Oct 1814 Henry JACKSON Deed 19
April 1816 Henry JACKSON & Richard WORNALL.
Deeds Office Dublin
registered 10 May 1802 of Deed of Assignment of … June 1798 from Eugenia
JACKSON widow & sole executrix of will dated 22 March 1781 of Robert
JACKSON of Grange in Kings Co., Esq. deceased to Henry JACKSON 2nd son of Robert & Eugenia. Tythes of St. Keran Parish. Tythes of
Knockarley, Newtown & Lowhollen in Roscennor Parish lands of the Glebe of
Upper Ballyshane Tulla Ballynalek Ballym’Murragh Glenfilly 100 acres Kilnitty
& Castletown in Kilnitty Parish all in Balycritt Barony in Kings Co.
Recites that Robert by his will left 1s. to each of his children and all
residues of his property to Eugenia to be divided among them as she should
think fit. That by Deed of 15 July 1791 she appointed to Henry a lease of
Lisclooney & Clonbanniffe which was afterwards evicted so Henry brought a
Chancery suit & got a Decree in pursuance of which he gets £564 and above
assignment. WITNESSES: Joseph CURTIS of Bath in England & Henry Vincent
JACKSON of Dublin, City attorney. Memorial signed by Eugenia.
registered 6 July 1767 of lease of 4 July 1767 from Samuel WINTER of Agher,
Co. Meath Esq to Robert JACKSON of Grange in Kings Co. Gent. Tythes of St.
Kerans Parish; Tythes of Knockarley Newtown & Lowhollon in Rosconnor
Parish; lands of the Glebe lands of Upper Ballyshane; Tythes of Upper
Ballyshane Tulla Ballyhalack Ballym’Murragh Glenfilly 100 acres Kinnitty
& Castletown in Kinnitty Parish in Ballybritt Barony in Kings County. WITNESSES
Henry PIERCE & Walter SWEETMAN both of Dublin City.
Deeds Office Dublin
registered 11 January 1805 of mortgage 10 January 1805 for £600 by Henry
JACKSON of Birr in Kings Co. Esq. to Joseph CURTIS of Bath Esq. Tythes of St.
Kerans Parish & of Knockarly Newtown & Lowhollon in Rosconroe Parish,
Glebelands of Upper Ballyshane; Tythes of Upper Ballyshane Tulla Ballynack
Ballym’Murragh Glanfilly 100 acres Kilnity & Castletwon in Kilnitty
parish in Ballycrit Barony in Kings Co.. WITNESSES Benjamin KERNEY &
Samuel BARRY both of Dublin City Gents. Memorial signed by Henry JACKSON.
registered 12 March 1805 of mortgage of 1 January 1805 for £352 13s by Henry
JACKSON of Grange Cottage in Kings Co., Esq. to Valentine O’CONNOR junior of
Dublin City Esq. merchant – same list of tythes as in #321021. WITNESSES:
Withercock HOBART of Dublin City, Gent; William NEVELLE of Grange in Kings
Co., famer. Memorial signed by Henry JACKSON.
registered 2 Dec 1805 of Deed of 2 Dec 1805 from Henry JACKSON of Grange
Cottage in Kings Co., Esq. & Valentine O’CONNOR of Dublin City, Gent to
trustees Thomas LELAND of Dublin City Gent & Edward Beacon CONNOR or
CANNON of Leicester Place, Co. Middlesex Gent. Mentions Deed of 17 Sept 1805
& mortgages of £1805 & £352 of 1 January 1805. Same Tythes as
#381021. WITNESSES: Robert HOLMES & Peter FLATTERY both of Dublin Gents.
Memorial signed by O’CONNOR.
Registered 22 July 1811 of Deed of 18 Nov 1809 by Henry JACKSON of Grange in
Kings Co., Esq. & Thomas LELAND of French Street in Dublin City Gent
& Edward Beacon CONNOR of Leicester Place & Middlesex to James CURTIS
of Mossfield in Kings CO., Esq. Same list of tythes as #321021. WITNESSES:
Nicholas SCOLLARD & John GERAGHTY both of Dublin City. Memorial signed by
registered 22 July 1811 of Deed of 17 Nov 1809 by George WATKINS of Guilford,
CO. Surrey Esq. & Charlotte Parisot of Vauxhall, Co. Surrey spinster to
Thomas LELAND of Dublin City & Edward Beacon CONNOR of Leicester Place,
Co. Middlesex. Same list of tythes as 321021. LELAND & CONNOR were
trustees to pay WATKINS £150 & Parisot £100 yearly during life of Henry
JACKSON. They are selling the property & paying off WATKINS &
PARISOT. WITNESSES: Nicholas SCOLLARD & John GERAGHTY both of Dublin
Deeds Office Dublin
registered 31 December 1802 of Deed of 14 October 1802 between Robert JACKSON
late of Grange in Kings Co. now of Dublin City Esq. eldest son of Robert
JACKSON of Grange Esq. deceased & Coote CARRELL of Templehouse, Co. Sligo
Esq. both of 1st part Eugenia JACKSON late of said Grange in Kings
Co. now of Bath in England widow of said Robert JACKSON Esq. deceased &
mother of above Robert JACKSON of 3rd part James Ruddock GRAY of
Ballineer in Kings County Esq. husband of Henrietta a daughter of Robert
JACKSON deceased and now also deceased of 2nd part. To Joseph
CURTIS of Bath in England Esq, of 4th part lands and tythes of
Grange & Contourt in Ballymoney 17 acres 2 r 22p plantation. Robert JACKSON’s
will dated 1781 Eugenia sole executrix. Deed 10 Nov 1785 Eugenia to her
eldest son Robert JACKSON of above lands subject to £150 yearly to Eugenia
& to £2000 for Henrietta RUDDOCK which last has been since paid off.
MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT 17 Nov 1785 of said Robert JACKSON & Mary CARROLL
spinster since his wife and now dead. Robert JACKSON was then a coronet in 4th horse in Ireland. The trustees were said Coote CARROLL & William
FAIRBROTHER of Willsborough Co. Wicklow Esq. since dead; said Mary CARROLL
alias JACKSON died leaving no son & only one daughter Henrietta JACKSON
now about 14. Now all sell to CURTIS for £6366. WITNESSES Rev Richard GRAVES
D.D. Richard BIRCH attorney & Peter JACKSON attorney, all of Dublin City.
Memorial signed by Robert JACKSON.
registered 28 January 1818 of mortgage of 28 January 1818 by Robert JACKSON
late of Grange in Kings Co. now of Dublin & his only child Henrietta
JACKSON both of 2nd part Joseph CURTIS of Mossfield in Kings Co.
Esq. & his wife Eugenia Maria CURTIS alias JACKSON both of 3rd part & George MEARES, John DROUGHT of Glencarrig in Kings Co. Esq.
deceased of 1st part. To Benjamin KERNEY of Dublin City Esq. for
£3000 of 4th part as trustee for Anne WYSE of Dublin City, widow
as to £1000 & for Charles MOLLER Esq. a late Lt. in 18th Dragoons as to £2000 Grange & Cantourt lands & tythes in Ballybritt
Barony in Kings Co. WITNESSES: John JONES; Patrick WOODS both of Dublin.
Memorial signed by both Robert & Henrietta JACKSON.
Deeds Office Dublin
registered 12 February 1771 of assignment of 22 & 23 January 1771 for
natural love &c by Robert JACKSON the elder of Grange in Kings Co. Esq.
to his son & heir apparent Robert JACKSON Esq. the younger of the same
Grange. Tythes and lands of Grange 244 acres Contourt land in Ballymoney 17 acres
2r 3p & the South East & North West parts of Cumber all in Ballybritt
Barony in Kings County to hold forever subject to the rents and renewal fines
and to £500 due Robert FINCH of Birr, Gent & to £500 due to Hector
VAUGHAN of Fancroft Esq. WITNESSES: Rev. Adam BLAIR of the Leap in Kings Co.
& Robert SWEETMAN of Monmore in Kings Co. Carpenter. WITNESSES of
memorial signed by Robert JACKSON junior said Adam BLAIR & James JACKSON
of Birr Gent. Memorial was proved by Rev. Adam BLAIR at Birr in Kings Co., 22
January 1771 before Thomas BIGGS Commissioner & Jonathon BERRY &
George CLARKE J.P.s
registered 9 June 1801 of lease of 4 May 1801 for lives renewable for ever by
Robert JACKSON of Grange in Kings Co. Esq. to Henry HARDING of Dublin City
Gent. The house offices Desmesne & bogg of Grange 61 ½ acres in Ballybritt
Barony in Kings County for lives of said Henry HARDING the lessee, Johnathon
HARDING eldest of Johnathon HARDING of Glenlee in Kings County Esq. &
Thomas PALMER son of John PALMER of Glenacurra in Kings Co. Esq. WITNESSES
Rev Mathew WOOD [elk?] John PALMER of Glenacurra Esq. in Kings Co. Memorial
signed by JACKSON.
registered 31 January 1760 of assignment of 26 January 1760 g from Robert
LOVETT & John LOVETT Gents; Mathew SLEATOR hatter & his wife Mary
SLEATOR alias LOVETT; Samuel HEATLEY Gent & his wife Susan HEATEY alias
LOVET which Robert John Mary & Susan are the only children of Charles
LOVETT and his wife Frances LOVETT alias WILLINGTON alias WALL all of Dublin
City to Robert JACKSON junior of Grange in Kings Co. £25 yearly payable out
of both lands and tythes of Grange in St. Keirans parish in Kings Co. under a
grant of fee farm made 9 June 1737 by said Christopher LOVETT to Robert
JACKSON senior WITNESSES: Marlborough STERLING & George BOLTON both of
Dublin Memorial signed by Robert & John LOVETT; M. SLATER & Susan