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This idiosyncratic list of my notes on Memorials of Deeds – 450 pages with notes on 775 memorials - helps me to track various families and places in Co. Armagh of interest to me:

JACKSONs, OLIVERs, McCULLAGHs and others.

Over the next days, weeks and months, I will be adding more notes, hyperlinks to townland names, family trees and other resources . Already there is enough to launch me into new lines of inquiry as I continue to play with the data. I look forward to hearing from those who can also add to what we are learning.  
Sharon Oddie Brown March 24, 2022 PS There will be typos and other errors that I have missed. Editing input is always welcome.


2022 Armagh Memorials of Deeds etc

 

 

Bk

Pg

Deed

Key Names

County

Date

Transcriptions & Notes

x

2

85

290

WALLACE

Armagh

1708-1738

OBINS to WALLACE

William WALLACE Merchant of Newry & William OBINS of Portadown …  Aghavillon Muckery

 

2

89

296

BLACKWOOD

Down

1708 Oct 28

Btw Charles CAMPBELL & Robert KING of City of Dublin Esq. & Hans HAMILTON of Frankfort, Co. Armagh  surviving trustees  for sale of part of the estate of Hans HAMILTON Bart  for payment of his Grandfather’s debts etc and said Hans HAMILTON of 1 pt.;& Robert DONALDSON Gent of City of Dublin of other part Esq.  The trustees directed by John BLACKWOOD of Ballyleidy, Co. Down in consid of 220 pounds paid by Robert DONALDSON grant to him the lands of Ballyfirish and Conyburough of Ganaway, Co. Down to the now Sir Hans HAMILTON. Alice Countess of Clanbrassil Sr.; Hans HAMILTON the elder; Hans HAMILTON the younger. WITNESS: Simon ISAAC of Ballywalter, Co. Down. John CONNELL of City of Dublin Gent & John McCORMICH of Ganaway, Co. Down yeoman.

Charles CAMPBELL [one of the surviving trustees under Act in 2nr year Queen Anne]; Robert BELL; Alice CLANBRAZILL MOS  

 

2

126

328

HAMILTON

Armagh

1708 Sept 1

CAMPBELL-GRAHAM Outlack als

Outlarkon, B Fews

Image 464

Btw Charles CAMPBELL of City of Dublin Esq. Robert KING of same City Esq. Hans HAMILTON of Frankfort in Co. Armagh Esq. surviving Trustees appointed by an Act of Parliament in the 2nd year of her now Majesty’s Reign for sale of the estate of Hans HAMILTON Bart for payment of his Grandfather’s Debts and for other purposes therein mentioned and the said Hans HAMILTON of the one pt and Arthur GRAHAM of Ballyheridon, Co. Armagh of the other.. granted to Arthur GRAHAM lands of Killeen, Drumga and Letvicullan Mill with the Grist Toll and Moulter to the said Mill belonging and all the townlands of Outleck, Killycaple and Levicullan all which premises are part of the Manor of Johnston in Co. Armagh. WITNESS: Simon ISAAC of Ballywalter, Co. Down Esq. and Bruen WORTHINGTON City of Dublin Notary.

 

2

129

334

 

Armagh

1708 Sep 1

CAMPBELL-WOOD Maghrantrim

McCantram B Fews

Image 468

Sale of Estate of Hans HAMILTON Bart of Mount Hamilton Co. Armagh to Robert ROSS of Rostrevor Co. Down part of Dromorgan Mullaghbawne and Corncoren possessed by James ANDERSON and also that part of Drumorgan possessed by John HAMILTON Glazier in Manor of Johnstowne Co. Armagh WITNESS: Hans HAMILTON, Simon ISAAC, John HAMILTON and Robert HAMILTON of Hamilton Bawn Co. Armagh Gents. WITNESS: Robert ROSS.

 

3

277

927

 

Armagh

1708-1738

HALL-STEWART Glassdromin, B. Orier

101

6

87

1469

BROWN

Armagh

Down

1710 Aug 31

BROWNLOW-BROWN

Image 85

BTW Edward SOUTHWELL Esq, & Baronet Nicholas PRICE of Hollymount, Co. Down, Esq. Arthur BROWNLOW Lurgan, Co. Armagh Esq. Francis BERNARD & Stephen LUDLOW of City of Dublin Esqs of 1 pt & Rowland BROWN of Downpatrick, Co. Down Merchant. Conveyed townlands of Middle Ballymote containing 100a 2r plantation measure in Manor of Downpatrick, Co. Down. WITNESS: Hans HAMILTON, City of Dublin Esq. James MAGUIRE of Downpatrick, Co. Down Gent & Richard CADDELL of Downpatrick, merchant

 

6?

442

46722

 

Armagh

1708-1738

HALL-HALL (Vol #  abt 66) Moybane, B Fews

116

6

496

69166

OLIVER

Armagh

 

WALKER-HUTCHINSON Ballynahonemore wrong #1739-1810 Townland Index page 12. –SEE Book 96

 

7

230

2277

 

Armagh

1708-1738

NOELL-O’HARA Forkhill

Image 338 went from deed 2276 to 2278. The numbers taken from the Armagh Index were clear but wrong.

100

8

0

0

JACKSON

Monaghan

1711 Apr 20

Viscount WEYMOUTH to Marmaduke COGHILL; Robert COPE, Esq of Lagall, Armagh; Thomas DAWSON Esq. of Armagh City; Francis DOBBS, Esq of Carrickmacross. Monaghan; Samuel DOPPING Esq. of Dublin City. Also named: Richard FITCH and Unnamed JACKSON of Carrickmacross. Other 2nd parties: Dr. LAWES and Francis LUCAS both of Dublin City & Brian OSBORNE of Thomastown, Co. Louth. WITNESSES: John WARD esq. of London City; Robert WISE Gent & Henry WOOD, Gent both of Middlesex, England. Roz McC

 

8

268

2738

JACKSON

Monaghan

1711 Mar 10

WEYMOUTH-DAWSON

Thomas DAWSON of City of Armagh...... for habitation of a Schoolmaster...for rent of seventy pounds...several Tates of land called Garligubban Ballingarry Donely Lisnakelly the two Annacraughs Drumcreaver Lisneshannagh Kennelly North and South with the house late Jacksons in the said town of Carrickmacross JACKSON Carrickmacross.

 

8

288

2768

 

Armagh

1708-1738

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

106

8

288

2769

 

Armagh

1708-1738

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

106

9

297

3671

 

Armagh

1708-1738

HALL-HALL Glassdromin, B. Orier

101

10

270

3672

ALLEN

Armagh

1712 Dec 13

HALL-FITZGERALD Glassdromin, B. Orier 1708-1738

Image 411

HALL-FITZGERALD

BTW Toby HALL of Mounthall Co. Down Esq son & heir of Roger HALL of same of 1st pt Margaret FITZGERALD youngest daughter of the Hon Mary FITZGERALD of City of Dublin Widow by her late husband Hon Robert FITZGERALD of same Esq. of 2nd pt … marriage btw Toby HALL & Margaret FITZGERALD … lands of Mullaghglass and the Corn Mill Tulling or Tuck Mill there, Cloneneagh Lattneheie Ballygoaragh Derryvolagan Glascranene als Glasdrumin Moytoan, Aghnegloghreagh and Coragh in Co. Armagh Ringleroy, Moyganon and Ballymackconchy in Co. Down … WITNESS: Richard ALLEN son of Col ALLEN of Stillorgan Co. Dublin son of Henry SANDFORD of Castlereagh Co. Rosscommon Esq. & Michael TISDALL son of William TISDALL of City of Dublin Esq.

101

10

371

3849

DONALDSON

Armagh

Antrim

1713 Apr 30

MOLYNEUX Samuel Esq Dublin James BUTLER of Mullaghatenny, Armagh bargains and sell unto William CROFT of Castle Dillon Armagh his right to an Indenture of lease dated 13 July last by Capt. John DONALDSON of Glenarm, Antrim to A for £623 Ster. Assignment written of back of earlier Ind. Of lease. No land mentioned in memorial of assignment. Vancouver Mike. John MAXWELL Esq. Collegehall, Armagh. William CROFTS, Castledillon. April 30, 1713 NOTE: see other deeds filed under William Echlin GRAYBURN.

 

11

64

3994

 

Armagh

Monaghan

1713, June 13

RICHARDSON to CAIRNS 1708-1738 Magherkillcrany

Henry RICHARDSON of Ballycleran, Co. Monaghan & Alexander CAIRNS Bart and Robert CLEMENTS of the City of Dublin Esq of the other part “make over unto Sd  Alexander CAIRNS  & Robert CLEMENTS  All that and those the Towns and Lands of  Dundrum  and Aghanagh containing Three Sessioghs or one Town Dartleagh, Tullyglish, Credonett, Rothcarburry, Carrygagh, Clogherte, Tullynemalloge, Cromvaghy, Drumacocombe,  Carryhugh,  Iskimmedy, Dunbarge, Crossmore, als Cady, Drumferish ... [and tons more townlands in Co Monaghan!] Henry Richardson retained use for himself and his daughters:  Mary, Katherine, Elinor, Elizabeth, Dorothy & Anne RICHARDSON during his or their lifetime.

 

11

86

4051

JOHNSTON, William

Armagh

1712 Aug 11

Image 60

BTW William JOHNSTON of Gilford Co. Down Esq. of 1 pt & William MAJOR of Tandragee Co. Armagh of other pt … town and Lands of Loghans in Parish Tullylish … WITNESS George JOHNSTON & Thomas LEECH at or near Monaghan, Co. Monaghan & Laurence O’BRIEN of Tandragree.

 

11

266

4490

 

REED, John

Armagh

1713, Dec 7

GRAHAM TO REED

Memorial of Deed of Lease between Arthur GRAHAM of Ballyheriland, Co Armagh Gent. & John REED of Lisnadill, Co “Ardmagh”, farmer ‘assigns all that Quarter Townland of Letvicullen then in his the said John REED and his undertenants possession Situate in the Parish and County of Ardmagh together with all right, members and appertenances thereunto belonging & excepting & thereout such part & proportion thereof as now doth and formerly did belong to the Mill of Letvicullen during the lives of John Reed son of the said John REED, William REED and Robert REED Sons of Clement REED of Ballymaguonen in the County of Down [in this deed, it says –in error - Co Down not Armagh] Farmer and at the Rents and Covenants  therein specified ... the sum of thirty Five pounds Sterling to him paid by James REED of Ardmagh Merch assigned and made over to him the said James REED .... witnesses Thomas REED, James REED, Clement REED, Robert McCAN & John BRENNAN [see beneath as well]  Letvicullen

16e

11

267

4491

REED, John

Armagh

1713, Dec 7

GRAHAM TO REED

Memorial of Deed of Lease between Arthur GRAHAM of Ballyheriland, Co Armagh Gent. & John REED of Lisnadill, Co “Ardmagh”, farmer ‘assigns all that Quarter Townland of Letvicullen then in his the said John REED and his undertenants possession Situate in the Parish and County of Ardmagh together with all right, members and appertenances thereunto belonging & excepting & thereout such part & proportion thereof as now doth and formerly did belong to the Mill of Letvicullen during the lives of Clement REED, son of the said John REED John JOHNSTON  son to William JOHNSTON of Lisnadill in sd county & of Ralph REED  son of William REED … witnesses Hector GRAHAM and John BRENNAN, Constant GRAHAM Robert McCANN Memorial WITNESS: John BRENNAND, John CUNNINGHAM, Clement REED

16e

11

278

4523

 

Armagh

1708-1738

GRAHAM-COLLY Outlack als , Outlarkon, B Fews

119

12

83

4487

 

Armagh

1708-1738

WOOD-GRAHAM Maghrantrim, McCantram, B Fews

114

12

84

4492

REED

Armagh

1713, Mar  1

GRAHAM to REED Letvicullen

Memorial of a deed NOTE I initially had pg 11 in error)

Arthur GRAHAM of Ballyheriland Co Ardmagh Gent. & Clement REED of Ballymagnonan Co Armagh Farmer. ... quarter Townland of Letvicullen ... Excepting therout such part and proportion therof as now doth or formerly did belong to the Mill of Letvicullen during the lives of Thomas REED, Robert REED,  and William REED sons of  the said Clement REED ...

 

12

463

5869 or

8869

TIPPING

Louth

1712 Nov 25

BELLEW-TIPPING 1708-1729

Between Richard BELLEW & Thomas TIPPING of Castletown, Co. Louth, Gent ... set to TIPPING lands in Castletown Bellew in Barony of Dundalk, Co. Louth via the Castletate –[F?]anacarry Farrandregg & Furry Hill cont 240A including watermill & fishery of Castletown River ... for lives of Thomas TIPPING, Ephraim [S?]TANNUS of Carlingford, Co. Louth, Gent. & Christopher Thomas JOHNSTON of Carnilly [aka Carnally], Co. Armagh, Gent. WITNESS: John MULHOLLAN of Claneeran, Co. Kildare, Gent; Faithful FORTESQUE of City of Dublin, Gent.

Lord BELLEW – TIPPING

Indenture of Lease between Richard Lord Bellew, and Thomas TIPPING of Castletown, Co. Lowth… 240 acres in Furry Hill.. lives of Thomas TIPPING, Ephriam STANNUS of Carlingford, Co. Louth, & Charles Thomas JOHNSTON of Camilly, Co. Armagh Gent.. WITNESSES: John MULLHOLLAN of Claneeran, Co. Kildare Gent & Faithful FORTESCUE of City of Dublin, Gent.

 

15

333

7671

 

Armagh

1708-1738

JOHNSTON-STEUART Carrickleane

89

15

367

7783

JACKSON, Edward

Armagh

1715 Nov 18

JACKSON-O’BRIEN 1708-1738 Book Index 1708-1729

Between Edward JACKSON of Ballimore, Co. Ardmagh, yeoman & Lawrence O’BRIEN of Tandragee Co Armagh Gent. ... land in Ballimore lease to JACKSON by Oliver St. JOHN Esq. By a lease

 

16

108

7039

 

Armagh

1708-1738

WHALEY-STEWART B. Armagh, B. Fews

84

16

108

7039

 

Armagh

1708-1738

WHALEY-STEUART Mannaughquin als, Monnaghicon, Monaghpatrick, Moylarge, B Fews.

115

16

304

7559

HAMILTON

Armagh

1708-1738

John HAMILTON’s Will Carranaghs

HAMILTON, JOHN, Callidon, Co. Tyrone, Esq.

20 Jan. 1713. Narrate, 1 p., 19 May 1716.

His wife, extx. " He hath but one son and one daughter." Daughter Margarett Hamilton. His three sisters Elizabeth Leslie, Agnes and Magdelan. William, Archbishop of Dublin, Rt. Hon. Saml. Dopping of Dublin, Esq., and Francis Bernard, Dublin, Esq., trustees. Carranaghs, Co. Armagh, and other lands, tenements and hereditaments.

Witnesses : Saml. Dopping, Dublin, Esq., Rev. Andrew Hamilton,

clerk, Thos. Molyneux, Dublin, Doctor of Physic, David Wilson, Dublin, gent.

Memorial witnessed by: Edward Madden, Dublin, gent., Jane Dopping.

16, 304, 7559. Lucy Hamilton (seal)

the widow and extx.

89

16

353

7703

BALL

Armagh

1716 May 11

BALL-VAUGHAN  1708-1738

Image 197

Abraham BALL of Darver, Co Louth & Florinda his wife of 1st part & John VAUGHAN of City of Dublin, Gent & Simon GOODWIN of Talbowtown [Talbotstown Lower or Talbotstown Upper], Co. Wicklow Esq of 2nd part, John GARSTIN of Steddin in Co. Meath Esq. & James LEIGH of Waltertown, Co. Louth Esq of 3rd part. Transfer of townlands: Drumlougherry, Teer, Corliss, Annaghmarr, Sytrim, Cullyhanna, Raceeland, Cross [aka Crossmaglen], Munoge [Monag] & Urher [ Urcher], Drumnacavale, Emurycame, Legmoylinall, Barony of Fews, Co. Armagh and more lands in Barony of Orier, Co Armagh & Barony of Ruteath, Co. Meath … lands at Creekstown & the Moiety of town and lands of Knavinstown in Barony Ratoath Co. Meath … much legal language …for the use of Thomas BALL, eldest son of Abraham & Florinda and after his decease to male heirs and then to John BALL, 2nd son of Abraham & Florinda... Norman BALL 3rd son... Abraham BALL 4th son. NOTE: This is Abraham BALL (d 1740) and Florinda NORMAN (d 1753). His nephew John BALL (married Dorothy JACKSON (1686-1760). She was a daughter of William JACKSON and Elizabeth GORGES.

 

17

18

8069

 

Armagh

1708-1738

TICHBORNE-MURPHY B Fews

Camoy, Cregganduffe, Carnally’B. Fews Glassdromin, B Fews

Kiltabane, Killanboly, Killobane, Killanbony, Kiltebane, B Fews

Tullydonnell, B Fews

84

89

101

106

125

17

243

8684

 

Armagh

1716 Jan 25

Image 140 1708-1738

MARKES-TIPPING Par Loghall

BTW William MARKES of Clovenden Parish Loughgall, Co. Armagh of 1 pt & Thomas TIPPIN [TIPPING] of Aghanbegg & Mary RICHARDSON of Agrylogher Widow of same parish & Co.  Last will of William RICHARDSON late of Agrylogher … 40a in upper part of Cloveneden now in tenure & occupation of Hugh WALLACE Gent  14a3r & Land of Cloveneden now in occupation of John HENAN [KENAN?] 21a

89

18

56

8332

 

Armagh

1708-1738

HAMILTON-SCOTT Cornerow, B. Fews

88

18

57

8333

 

Armagh

Down

1716 Nov 29

WALLACE, HUGH, Ballyobikin, Co. Down, gent.

20 June 1716. Precis, f p., 29 Nov. 1716.

Wife Beatrix Wallace. Brother-in-law John Hutcheson, Ballyrea, Co. Armagh. Eldest son Alexander Wallace. Son Hans Wallace.

Eldest daughter Beatrix Wallace. Daughters Jane and Sarah Wallace.

His town and lands of Ballyobikin.

Witnesses : William Alexander, Doctor of Medecine, Belfast, Co.Antrim, Hugh Catherwood, surgeon, Kirkistown, Co. Down, Hugh

McWilliam, Ballyrea, Co. Armagh, servant to said John Hutcheson.

Memorial witnessed by : John Brennand, Ardmagh, gent., James Reed.

18, 57, 8333 John Hutcheson (seal)

 

18

174

8786

DAWSON

Laragh

Monaghan

1712 Jun 8

WEYMOUTH-DAWSON Book 43 (1708-1738)

Thomas DAWSON of Town & City of Armagh Esq ... 3 tates of land Colragh, Laragh & Liscale lately in possession of Joseph McKITTERICK now late of Parish of Mourne, Co Down, lying & being in Barony of Farney Co Monaghan... for lives of Thomas DAWSON, Mary DAWSON his wife & Walter DAWSON 2nd son...

 

18

200

8839

 

Armagh

1708-1738

GRAHAM-GRAHAM Outlack als , Outlarkon, B Fews

119

18

236

8929

 

Armagh

1708-1738

GRAHAM-GRAHAM McCantrim, B Fews

115

19

392

10419

WRIGHT

Monaghan

1717 Jan 20

Image 211

WRIGHT-WRIGHT Book 43 (1708-1738) Corduffles

Marriage portion after marriage of Joseph WRIGHT and Mary OWEN, daughter of Edward OWEN of Killmore, Co. Monaghan.

Joseph WRIGHT of Gola & William WRIGHT of Tulygraham, Co. Armagh

NAMES: Joseph WRIGHT of Gola; William WRIGHT of Tullygraham; Henry OWEN of City of Dublin Esq; Mary OWEN; Edward OWEN of Killmore; Alexander HAMILTON of Dublin; William SCOTT of Rabanan. PLACES: Gola aka Gowlea also Gowlee Gowlagh Dordowles; Corduffles aka Cordevlish; Shenadown aka Shenaden; Corleck aka Knockenelter also Corbofin; Listumacy aka Aghaclea. Barony of Dartry.

d

20

200

4791

HAMILTON, Francis

Cavan

1713 Jan 19

HAMILTON, SIR FRANCIS[1],, Castlehamilton, Co. Cavan, Bart. 19 Jan. 1713. Precis, 1 p., 25 Feb. 1713. Wife Dame Anne Hamilton. Father Sir Charles Hamilton, deceased. Nephew Arthur Cecill. Castle Hamilton, the market town of Killyshandra with customs of fairs and marketts, Kirilagh, Portnaqueen, Inchsonakeile, Gollan, Cordeale, Derrigid, Gortanoule, Portalosse, Killytowna, Corragh, Dysart, Drumellies, East and West Tomlogh, Drumboe, Gortenagerie, Drumerin, Clonnie, Gorteneclogh, Port, Drumines with the Corn Mill, the Bawne als. Dirrindrehett, Aghnecloy, Aghanadran, Deroskert, Cappagh, Drumransk, Aghahulikie, Drumconlister, Ardra, Dirandcrosse, Drumgoe, Drumgoone, Loghard, Drumhillagh, Drumbesse, Garragher, Drummamrie, Drumwhilan, Corr, Gortenardris, the Two Tenenseiris, Drumcon, Corralisse, Mills of Cloghie, Pole of Cloghie, Drumcaghall, the Two Aghasnox, Shancorr, Bruse, Lassall, Sollaghies, Dingans, Knocknecoghie, Gortnatiriffe, Drumcarry, Baye, Shancarr, Drumkirrin, Quinie, [? Quivvy], Drumroe, Drumkirinemore, Cortober, Aghavains, Corrfrle, the Two fishing Weirs, Portanare, the Pole of Scrabagh, the town of Scrabagh with the market, fairs, customs and mill, Cloone, Mulrek, Armagh, Dirrinacapell, Cornegrane, Cornemucklagh and Carfrie, all in B. Tullahuncha [Tullyhunco], Co. Cavan. Advowsons of the parish church of Killshandra, lands of Leitrina, Toome, Kilmore, Aghaconny, Clonagh, Aghakilmore, Innis, Danagh, Lisrorty, Farmolagh, Drumard and Ballyduffe, all in B. Granard, Co. Longford. Drumaker, Co. Leitrim. Letterkenny, Parish Conwal, Barony Kilmacrenan] Co. Donegal. And all other lands in the Co. Cavan, Longford and Leitrim. Witnesses : Charles Steuart, Dublin, Esq., Rev. Hugh Skellern, Killyshandra, clerk, Charles Sempkill, near Killyshandra, gent., Alexr. Brock, Co. Longford, gent. Memorial witnessed by : Richard Young, Dromgoone, Co. Cavan, gent., Will. Hamilton. Anne Hamilton (seal)

 

20

268

55810

BROWN

Armagh

1708-1738

BROWN to OVEREND Upper Sego

 

 

21

379

11873

OSBORNE

Armagh

1718 Jul 23

Lease & release btw Archbishop Primate of Ireland Samuel DOPPING of City of Dublin, Esq. & Francis BERNARD Esq of sd city trustees apt by last will and testament of William HAMILTON late of Callidon Co Tyrone Deceased of the one pt & Henry OSBORNE of Dardistown Co Meath Esq of the other pt., the lower half of Tullybrackontragh Drommahirray Tullylise Cooiehill Killribride Corrofiaghan Dugire Portnelligan Lissanill  Mullin Tulliglisoglody  and Creenerkin Ballynemeatagh: Outragh Ballynemeataghertragh Lislony … Barony of Taurany. Co Armagh WITNESS incl Henry BUCKLEY clerk to Bruen WORTHINGTON Registrar.

16e

21

420

12009

HARDY, James

Armagh

1717 Jan 28

Magherdogherry Image 115 in townland

HARDY-CLOSE

Image 497

BTW James HARDY of Magherdogherty Co. Armagh, Gent of 1 pt & Henry CLOSE of Waringstown Co. Down Gent of the other pt. in consideration of 46 pounds HARDY sold to CLOSE 46a of Magherdogherty in Manor of Jonestown Parish Mullabrack, Co. Armagh then in James HARDY’s possession with Buildings, Barns, Gardens, Pastures, Feedings, Messuages, Underwoods …for the term and lives granted by Mr. Henry HUNTER. WITNESSES: James WALKINSHAW of Tonaghmore Co. Armagh,, Farmer; David MOFFET of same, husbandman &  of Mulvilly Co. Armagh Gents.

18

21

444

12082

 

Armagh

1708-1738

NEWTON-TOPPIN Par Loghall

89

22

301

12081

 

Armagh

1708-1738

MARKES-NEWTON Par Loghall

89

22

524

12734

 

Armagh

1708-1738

Mr. ROE’s will Cananeale, Par Loghall

89

23

6

12216

 

Armagh

Dublin

1712 Aug 9

O’HARA-MAGENNIS et al Forkhill 1708-1738

Image 11

BTW Charles O’HARA of City of Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & Arthur MAGENIS of Cabragh and Tully O’NEILL of [H]andmoyle, Co. Down Gent of other pt. Granted lands of Forkhill Co. Armagh [townlands are named] to Arthur MAGENNIS & Tully O’NEILL for 31 years. WITNESS: Robert MOORE of City of Dublin Gent & Luke DELAFIELD of Dublin Gent.

100

23

479

14120

 

Armagh

1708-1738

STERNE-TIPPING Darcy, Drumhill, B. Fews

95

23

479

14126

 

Armagh

1708-1738

STEARNE-TIPPING Finniskin, B Fews

100

23

480

14128

 

 

Bk 55

JONES-REYNALL

 

23

547

14387

REED

Armagh

1719 Nov 6

ISAAC TO REED Killyruden

 

Simon ISAAC Ballywalter to James REED of Ardmagh, Co of Ardmagh.

 

24

17

12810

 

Armagh

1708-1738

WHALLEY-WHALLEY B. Armagh

Mannaughquin als, Monnaghicon, Monaghpatrick, Moylarge, B Fews.

84

115

24

226

13640

18640

WILSON

Armagh

1708-1738

WHITE TO WILSON Knockneigh

Co Armagh T?gher

 

24

385

14103

McWILLIAMS

Armagh

1718 Jun 25

Image 523

Will of John WILLIAMS of Drumgar, Parish of Sego, Co. Armagh [McWILLIAMS?], wife Anne, son William WILLIAMS who was not yet of age, … land left to John McWILLIAMS from his mother now in possession of Edward McCONWELL & Thomas DILLWARTIN Dromgare

 

24

482

1449?

 

Armagh

1708-1738

STERNE-LEIGH Darcy, Drumhill, B. Fews

95

24

492

14494

 

Armagh

1708-1738

STEARN-LEIGH Finniskin, B Fews

100

26

10

14478

 

Armagh

1708-1738

TIPPING-STERNE Darcy Drumhill, B. Fews Finniskin

95

100

26

160

15004

 

Armagh

1719 Dec 15

Image 416

BTW William HAMILTON of Middletown [Parish Tynan Barony Tiranny]   John HAMILTON of Argonell [Ardgonnell, Parish Tynan Barony Tiranny]  both in Co. Armagh Gents of 1 pt & Arthur GRAHAM of Ballyherilan [Ballyheridan, Parish Lisnadil (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh] Co. Armagh Gent of other pt. Indenture of release for sum of £400 for the Mill of Corry [Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] with 10a land in Parish Mullaghbrack, Barony of Fews, Co. Armagh with appurts … WITNESS: Alexander JOHNSTON of Armagh Co. Armagh merchant William ENGLISH jr of Armagh Co. Armagh Innkeeper & Matthew HENDERSON jr of Armagh, Co. Armagh Butcher. Arthur GRAHAM [SEAL]

 

26

480

16436

 

Armagh

1708-1738

WILSON-GERNON Ballyneary

84

27

481

17874

READ aka REID

Down

Armagh

1720 Feb 25

READ, JAMES, Newry, Co. Down, merchant.

17 Feb. 1710. Narrate, 1 p., 25 Feb. 1720.

Son James and said son's wife Isabell Heron. Daughter Jane. Daughter Mary, her husband Thomas Assop, her children. His young daughter Sarah. His sister Margaret. " If his son William come back " a legacy to him. 5f— to son John if he return home. Nicholas Bagnall, Esq. Robert Murdock and John McMachon, tenants. Meadow in Co. Armagh belonging to his tenement in town of Newry. Lisdrumliscagh, Dromore, Loughorn, Shin, Corcrickee [situation not mentioned].

Witnesses: Robert Murdock, Robert Gordon, both of Newry, merchants, James McCullan, city of Dublin, schoolmaster.

Memorial witnessed by: James McCullan, John Camak.

27, 481, 17874. Mary Assop (seal)

 

28

99

16683

HAWKINS

Lurgen

Armagh

1708-1738

BARRY to ANKETILL

½ of WALLACE’s tenement. NOTES in 2009 diary

 

28

 

356

17881

DAWSON

Monaghan

1716 Dec 15

DAWSON-DAWSON Book 43 (1708-1738) Edenforan Enagh

Between Walter DAWSON of town & Co Armagh Esq. & Frances DAWSON wife of Walter & John DAWSON Esq eldest son & heir of 1st part. Joshua DAWSON of Dublin City Esq. & John DAWSON eldest son & heir of James DAWSON of Ballynacourty, Co Tipperary Esq. Of 2nd part... Elinor DAWSON eldest daughter of the said James DAWSON of the 4th part.... consideration of sum of 1000 pounds as a marriage portion... mention of George DAWSON, Isaac DAWSON, Wm DAWSON ... many townlands mentioned

 

29

10

11

15820

15021

HAWKINS

Armagh

1708-1738

BARRY to HAWKINS Lurgen

 

½ of WALLACE’s tenement.

 

29

31

15868

REED

Armagh

1720 Apr 24

ANDERSON-REED Cornerow, B. Fews

Dromorgan

Mullaghbawne, B Fews 1708-1738

Image 319

BTW Thomas ANDERSON of Hamiltonsbawn, [Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower]  Co. Armagh Gent of 1 pt & James REED of Armagh Co Armagh merchant of other pt. In consideration of £110 conveyed to James REED 14a in townland Dromorgan [possibly Drumarg] & 32a in Mullaghbawn [probably Mullaghbane, Parish Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion), Barony Fews Lower] late in possession of James ANDERSON of Hamiltonsbawn Co. Armagh Blacksmith by virtue of a lease from Sir Robert HAMILTON of Mounthamilton Co. Armagh Knight … Thomas ANDERSON son of James ANDERSON … WITNESS: Alexander JOHNSTON Joseph BOYD & Joseph NESLON all of Armagh Co Armagh Gents. James REED [SEAL]

88

114

30

294

89139

WALKER

Armagh

1748 Jul 27

Gervais WALKER of Kilmacrew, Co. Armagh, Gent & Henry CUST, Esq. Lease of Ballinahonemore

 

31

326

19261

HARDY, James

Armagh

1710 Aug 3

MADDEN-HARDY Dromart, Dromer, Dromnemadder, Derrycora, Manor Teemore

Image 191

btw Daniel MADDEN of Tandragee, Co. Armagh Gent of 1 pt & James HARDY of Dromara, Co. Armagh Gent of the other pt. Madden demised to Hardy the townland of Dromat now in actual possession of him in Manor of Tymore, Co. Armagh containing 60 plantation acres  to hold to James HARDY for natural lives of Henry HUNTER & Nicholas HUNTER son of Henry HUNTER

 

31

379

19508

HANNA

Armagh

1714 Mar 17

GRAHAM-HANNA Outlack als

Outlarkon, B Fews

Image 217

BTW Arthur GRAHAM of Ballyheridan Co. Armagh Gent of 1 pt & James HANNA of OUtlack Co. Armagh Framer of other pt… demised to James HANNA that part of the townland of Outlack which is now in his possession abt 20a in Parish Armagh Barony Fewes for the natural life of Mary HANNA daughter to James HANNA abt 14 years of age & Alexander HANNA son to Alexander HANNA of Mullalahan about 7 years of age and the survivor of them… payment 5 pounds to Arthur GRAHAM over and above Taxes etc together with two days work of Man & Horse and two Fat Hens by each dweller yearly residing on the demised premises or 12 pence in lieu of each days work of man and horse and 6 pence of each hen… WITNESS: James JOHNSTON of Knappagh, Robert McCAN of Armagh, James HANNA of Mullyloghan all in Co.. Armagh Gents.

 

31

461

19961

MAXWELL

Armagh

1721 Dec 30

MAXWELL-NUTLEY

Image 260

BTW Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Hall, Co. Armagh of the 1 pt & Richard NUTLEY of City of Dublin Esq. of the other. Reciting that Robert MAXWELL stood possessed of several towns and lands of Crerrun als Fellows Hall Belteagh and Derreagh in Co. Armagh by virtue of a lease made by the Provost & Fellows & Scholars of Trinity College near Dublin for term of 21 years from 1 Nov 1715 for rent of 30 pounds annually for townlands of Toaghy, Killilea, Naul & Lisagally, Cormeen, Tullaghcallady, Drumgare, Derrenelea, Bruttally [aka Brootally] Drumcoulter, Lisdrumbroghlis, Killnegollan, Killereeveeintragh & Killereeeveeough Co. Armagh by virtue of lease made by the Provost Fellows & Scholars of Trinity College for term of 21 years from 1 Nob 1718 for rent of 150 pounds the first 9 years and 280 pounds during the residue of said term… Witnessed that Robert MAXWELL in consideration of 1500 pounds to be paid to him in hand paid by the said Richard NUTLEY granted to NUTLEY the lands …WITNESS: Thomas DAWSON of Armagh, Co. Armagh; John GILLESPIE of Armagh, Co. Armagh Attorney & John ELLIOT of Fellows Hall.

18

33

454

20879

McCLELAN

Armagh

1713 Juk 25

FANE-McCLELAN Clohoge

Image 538

BTW Charles FANE of Bassledon Co. Birks, Kingdom of England Esq. of 1 pt & William McCLELAND of Drominure in parish of Ballymore Co. Armagh Yeoman of the other pt. … demised lands of Drominure 73a 2r 23p and another parcel of land part Cloghoge containing 73a 2r 21p. in Mannor of Cleare Co. Armagh and now in the possession of said William McCLELON (his name is spelled 3 different ways in the memorial)… for lives of John McCLELAN Alexander McCLELAN and Elizabeth McCLELAN sons and daughter of said William McCLELLAN … WITNESS: Matthew CONNOR City of Dublin, Bryan FFEARAN of Tavanivall Co. Armagh & James PIERS of Tandragee Co. Armagh

 

33

480

20973

LAWSON

Armagh

1719 Sep 5

MATHERS & LAWSON Turf Leave Crossmacagrly 1708-1738

Image 551

BTW Kewan MATHERS of Lylo parish of Sego Co. Armagh Gent of 1 pt & Thomas LAWSON of Killmarearly parish Dromcree Co. Armagh farmer of other pt. ‘’’ tenement called the Sheep Park or field and Grove joining to same Thomas MATHERS House and Garden and the House and Garden formerly belonging to Mary SMITH and Henry DILLON’s House and Garden and the said Grove and Sheep field joining to Balyhannon with moss leave for firing for fireplace out of the Moss of Crossmacagrly for three fireplaces … more detail.

 

34

469

22398

 

Armagh

1722 Dec 14

ECHLIN-LUCAS Brutally 1708-1738

Image 247

BTW Charles ECHLIN of Arquin Co. Down Esq. of 1 pt & Francis LUCAS of City of Dublin of other pt. Mention of many townlands and reciting Provost of Fellows and Scholars of Trinity College near Dublin & Rev. Dr. Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Hall

84

34

519

22761

REED

Armagh

 

REED TO HAMILTON & HAMILTON TO MORGAN Johnston: Dromorgan Mannor

 

 

35

141

21515

JOHNSTON

Armagh

1722 Aug 28

JOHNSTON-ACHESON Book 1 (1708-1738) Lislooney, Glassdromin, B Tiraney

Marriage: William son of Sir George JOHNSTON of Ballynemetagh, Co Antrim & Henrietta Sophia ACHESON sister of Sir Arthur ACHESON.

101

35

435

23141

JACKSON, Oliver

Louth

1718 Mar 5

Oliver JACKSON, yeoman, of Drogheda, witness to marriage agreement of William OWENS, son of William OWENS, and Ann WETHERBY, daughter of Rev. John WETHERBY, rector of Shankill, Dromore, Co. Armagh. Stonehouse NOTE: Oliver JACKSON (bef 1694-1722) married Catherine OWENS.

 

36

4

20880

JACKSON

Armagh

1719 Dec 24

JACKSON-O’FEARON Samuel McADE & wife Elizabeth MEADE als WALLIS, Co Cork & George WALLIS Barkleys Farm

Curiously, in spite of the listing in the names index, there is no mention of JACKSON. Tonnyvalton, manor of Clare, Co Ardmagh: one part [34 acres, an other part 20a 2r 3p] + another part of BARKLEY's farm [10a 3r] from Roger FEARAN yeoman of Toneyvalton, Ardmagh to Bryan FEARAN from 1 Nov last at £7.5s.4p. p.a. money of Great Britain for term__ Thanks to Mike Stewart.

 

36

81

21363

 

Armagh

1708-1738

FANE-REED Corniscribe, Man Clare

90

36

491

23759

McCULLAGH, John

Antrim

1718 Jul 10

James McCULLAGH & William

Townland Index  p 85

McCULLAGH (intended groom) to Patrick AGNEW, Gent; John SHAW of Bush Co. Antrim Gent; & Clotworthy UPTON of Castle Upton, Esq. & John SHAW of Antrim, Co. Antrim Gent in trust of lands in Fewes (bar.) Armagh: Rackland-23a 14p Crewkyrer-205a 2r 38p Lifsary ats Lifswary-80a Cornecery-71a Carricanony-109a Mongeleagh-86a Glafsdrumenagh-86a 2r 12p Car?onloagh [357a 2r 34p] Ballyvallon; in Toom (Bar.) ANT: Ballygrogan Ballydrunuall Ballyhenulla Monyrod Ballydonnellan Ibragh & 1/2 twnld of Cloonkeen with corn mill & mills standing & Derryhullagh & Balymatoskerty with grist mill. Dorothy Beresford SHAW intended bride, daughter of Margaret SHAW of Ballgelly, Co. Antrim widow of William SHAW late of Ballgelly, Gent deceased. Robert DONALDSON of Dublin City mentioned. WITNESSES: James BLAIR of Blairmont Antrim, Esq.; James GREER, servant to William McCULLAGH; Alexander HUTCHESON, clerk to Robert DONALDSON; John McCULLAGH, Gent of Randalstown, Co. Antrim. Thanks to Peter McWilliam.

 

36

491

23759

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1718 Jul 10

James & William McCULLOCH to AGNEW & ors 1708-1729

1708-1738 Glassdrumenagh Co Armagh, Lissary , Co Armagh Mongeleagh, Co Armagh

James McCULLAGH & William McCULLAGH (intended groom) to Patrick AGNEW, Gent of Killwaghter Antrim; John SHAW, Gent of Bush, Antrim; Clotworthy UPTON Esq of Castle Upton, & Dorothy Beresford SHAW, spinster & intended bride & daughter of Margaret SHAW, widow of Ballgelly, Antrim; relict of William SHAW Gent, late of Ballygelly; dec'd  in trust of lands in Fewes (bar.) Armagh: Rackland-23a 14p Crewkyrer-205a 2r 38p Lifsary ats Lifswary-80a Cornecery-71a Carricanony-109a Mongeleagh-86a Glafsdrumenagh-86a 2r 12p Car?onloagh [357a 2r 34p] Ballyvallon; in Toom (Bar.) Antrim: Ballygrogan Ballydrunuall Ballyhenulla Monyrod Ballydonnellan Ibragh & 1/2 townland of Cloonkeen with corn mill & mills standing & Derryhullagh & Balymatoskerty with grist mill. Other names: John SHAW, Gent of Antrim; Robert DONALDSON, Gent of Dublin City. WITNESSES: James STEVENSON, Esq of Killeleagh, Co. Down; John McCULLAGH, Gent of Randalstown, Co. Antrim; James BLAIR Esq. of Blairmount, Co. Antrim; James GREER, servant to William McCULLAGH; Alexander HUTCHESON, clerk to Robert DONALDSON. Notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

36

491

23759

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1723 Jul 9

McCULLOUGH-AGNEW 1708-1738 Ballyvallen

Image 257

Indenture Tripartite btw James McCULLOCH of Grogan Co Antrim Gent & William McCULLOCH his son of the one pt & Patrick AGNEW of Killwagter John SHAW of Bush Gent Clotworthy UPTON of Castle Upton & John SHAW of Antrim gent in said Co. of the 2nd pt Margaret SHAW of Ballygelly Co Antrim relict & widow of William SHAW late of Ballygally Gent deceased & Dorothy Beresford SHAW spinster her daughter of the 3rd pt whereby the said James and William McCULLAGH in consideration of a marriage to be had between the said William McCULLAGH and the said Dorothy Beresford SHAW… granted part of the lands of Rackland cont 23 A 14P in townland of Crekyrer 205A 14 P in Lissary als Lissawry 80A in Cornecery 71 A in Carrickeinony 109A in Mongcleagh 86 A in Glassdrumenagh [Glasdrummond, Parish Kilclooney (Lower Fews portion). Barony of Fews Lower], 86A 1R 12P in Camlagh [Camly (Macullagh), Parish Newtownhamilton, Barony Fews Upper.] 3577A 2R cont 77A in Barony of Fewes Co Armagh… and all the said James McCULLAGH’s right title… sand also the townlands of Ballygrogan Ballydunnall Ballynelenulla Moneyrod Ballydonnellan Itragh and the half town land of Cloo and the Corn mill and mills standing in Derryhullagh & Ballymatoskerty with the grist thereto belonging lying in the Barony of Toom & Co Antrim… WITNESS: James STEVENSON of Killeleagh, Co. Down, John McCULLAGH of Randlestown, Co. Antrim James BLAIR of Blairmount, Esq. Co. Antrim

85

36

491

23759

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1723 Jul 9

McCULLAGH-AGNEW Glassdrumenagh, B

See transcription above.Fews

101

36

491

23759

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1723 Jul 9

McCULLAGH-AGNEW Lissary, Lissanny, B

See transcription above.Fews

110

36

491

23759

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1723 Jul 9

McCULLAGH-AGNEW Mongeleagh, B Fews

See transcription above.

116

36

491

23759

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1723 Jul 9

McCULLAGH-AGNEW Rackland, B Fews

See transcription above.

122

37

49

21365

 

Armagh

1708-1738

FANE-HENDERSON Corniscribe, Man Clare

90

37

449

23434

 

Armagh

1720 May 25

MAXWELL-LUCAS Brutally

Image 532

BTW Rev Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Hall, Co. Antrim of 1 pt & Francis LUCAS of City of Dublin of other pt. … assigns by Provost Fellows and Scolars of Trinity College Dublin to said Robert MAXWELL … towns of Drumbuchis Kegolan Killereeveogh [?..} Drumebultry Tullacallide Carmeen Drumgare  Drumeleagh als Drumile Bruttally [Brootally] Naule Killole [Killelea] and Lisgally containing 2,797a in Toaghy, Co. Armagh. … Francis LUCAS declared that part of principal was money of Anne KOAN of City of Dublin widow & £400 was proper money of Brinsley BUTLER of City of Dublin Esq. and the remaining £200 was proper money of Sir Thomas TAYLOR … cancelling mortgage of said Robert MAXWELL and Charles ECHLIN of Arquin, Co. Down Esq.

84

38

403

24787

OLIVER

Armagh

1723 Nov 23

JOHNSTON TO OLIVER have this deed Lissannill, Liscony

Image 219.

NAMES: George JOHNSTON of Ballynameta aka Wood Park; William OLIVER of Lislooney; William SCOTT; and Francis SCOTT of Killlalea, Parish of Tynan; John SCOTT of Armagh City; John HAMILTON; J.A. MANSON. OTHER PLACES: Enagh.
Given how early this Deed is, it may connect to the William OLIVER of Mullitur. The Deed is between George JOHNSTON of “Ballynameta” also known as Wood Park, situated in the Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh and William OLIVER of Lislooney (also in the Parish of Tynan). It is likely significant that a century later, a Benjamin OLIVER was a freeholder of Lislooney. Other names of likely significance: William, Francis & John SCOTT and John HAMILTON

 

39

405

25919

DAWSON

Armagh

1724 Apr 29

Deed registered by Ralph DAWSON of Drumnavalley This was mentioned in T.G.F. Patterson , Notes & Family Charts Relating to Grand Juries, LDS Microfilm #1279353, 63, and has links to JACKSON and McLAUGHLIN.

NAMES: Oliver ST. JOHN of Tandragee; Ralph DAWSON of Drominakelly, Co. Armagh; PLACES: Tullyhappies, Ballymacrangan [Ballymacdermot?]; Arthur DAWSON; Daniel KELLY; Henry CLOSE of Waringstown; Thomas DAWSON; Joseph STRAITON of Artbaka, aka Artbrackagh; John DANE; John MOORE; Walter COPE.

d

40

102

?4786

 

Armagh

1708-1738

FANE-McCAN Corniscribe, Man Clare

90

40

212

25103

 

Armagh

1708-1738

Ld Charlemount- BOND Cladymore, B. Fews

90

40

434

29449

 

Armagh

1708-1738

Lord FERRARD-BARLOW Glassdrumenagh, B Fews

101

41

4

24167

 

Armagh

1708-1738

GRAHAM-HEYWOOD Maghrantrim, McCantram, B Fews

114

44

157

28217

 

Armagh

1708-1738

NUGENT-HUTCHINSON Dromon, Drommon, B. Fews , Par Mullaghbrach

96

 

44

283

29210

29216

DOBBIN

Armagh

1708-1738

CROSS TO DOBBIN Legacurry Moyraverty

 

 

45

166

28774

 

Armagh

1708-1738

STEWART et al-HAMILTON Glassdromin, B. Orier

101

46

315

28778

 

Armagh

1708-1738

STEWART et al-STEWART Glassdromin, B. Orier

101

46

434

29449

 

Armagh

1708-1738

Lord FERRARD-BARLOW Kiltebane, B Fews

107

46

434

29449

BARLOW

Dublin

Armagh

1725 Jul 24

FERRARD to BARLOW 1708-1738 

Btw Henry Lord Baron of Ferrard & Wm BARLOW of City of Dublin Esq. [long list of townlands – including lands of Cregganduff & Kiltybane]

 

47

234

30362

DAWSON

Monaghan

1725 Nov 27

BROWNLOW-DAWSON

Wm BROWNLOWE of Brownelowsderry, Co Armagh & John DAWSON of Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan, Gent… demised lands of Moghkerin and Lonebeg now in occupation of John DAWSON.

 

47

339

31793

HAWKINS

Armagh

1708-1738

HAWKINS to MAXWELL Lurgen

 

 

48

404

32034

 

Armagh

1708-1738

NIXON-BERNARD Leagmoylan, B Fews

111

48

404

32034

 

Armagh

1708-1738

NIXON-BERNARD Leaghmoylen, B Fews

112

48

404

32034

 

Armagh

1708-1738

NIXON-BERNARD Tullydonnell, B Fews

125

49

410

32679

DAWSON

Drogheda

1726 Aug 29

CONLY-DAWSON BRABAZON, Eliz-DAWSON 1708-1729

Image 542

BTW Robert CONLY and Ignatius CONLY both of town of Drogheda merchants of the 1 pt & Thomas DAWSON of Guilford Co. Armagh Esq.of the other pt. Quadrupartite release btw Robert & Ignatius CONLY of 1st part & John BATH of Drogheda Gent & Nicholas BATH of Drogheda Gent eldest son of John BATH of the 2nd pt Thomas DAWSON of 3rd pt and Elizabeth BRABAZON of Killely Co. Louth Widow of the 4th pt. … reciting Court of Chancery John BATH Nicholas BATH and Jane BATH the wife of Nicholas were sons and administrators of will of Luke CONLY deceased and administrators of Richard CONLY deceased the eldest son of said Luke CONLY that in 1683 Luke lent to John BATH 250 pounds and Elizabeth his wife did by deeds of release convey to Luke and his heirs two houses in Shop Street in the Town of Drogheda … John BATH and Nicholas BATH were paid 640 pounds by Elizabeth BRABAZON and confirmed lands of Painstown containing 84a in Barony Ferrard Co. Louth to hold to Elizabeth BRABAZON her heirs etc … Ignatius CONLY a subscribing witness.

 

49

512

33071

BALL

Armagh

1726 Jul 15

BALL-NORMAN 1708-1738

Image 594

Btw Abraham BALL of Daver, Co. Louth Esq. Of the 1 pt & Robert NORMAN of City of Dublin Esq. & Job CHARLETON of same City Gent of the other part and the release being made between Abraham BALL and Florinda BALL, wife of the 1st part. Marriage to be between Thomas BALL son and heir apparent & Grace ACTON dau of Thomas ACTON of City of Dublin Esq.  Of 2nd pt..Urcher is included in a great long list of lands included in the marriage agreement

 

50

378

33424

BROWN

Armagh

1714 Nov 4

WOOD-BROWN Drumleck 1708-1738

Image 212

BTW Archibald WOOD of Markethill Co. Armagh Gent of 1 pt & Robert BROWN [BROWNE] of Drumleck Co. Armagh of the other pt. WOOD demised to BROWNE all that part or parcel of land of Drumleck then in possession of Robert BROWN in parish Mullabrack, Barony of Fews… rent of 14 pounds together with sixpence and one Gallon of Brandy and Dish of Meat five [?] … WITNESS: John NORWOOD of Markethill James BROWN and Henry CUNINGHAM both of Markethill and this was also perfected by James BROWN sole executor of the above named Robert BROWN deceased in the presence of John NORWOOD of Markethill Gent & John SCOTT of Armagh Gent [SEAL] James BROWN 22 July 1726…

 

50

428

33673

BALL

Meath

1726 Jan 5

BALL-DOYNE Creekstown,

John BALL, Esq  of Loughross, Co. Armagh of one part and right hon Robert DOYNE Esq of the other part. Lease and release that part of the town and lands of Creekstowne now in the possession of Nicholas and Thomas KING. Containing 154a in Barony of Ratoath, Co Meath on payment of seven hundred pounds sterling interest at the rate of six pounds and cents … Witnesses by John HARVY and John DOWNING both of City of Dublin, Gent.

y

51

10

32587

WALLACE

Armagh

1708-1738

WALLACE to HAMILTON Muckery Ballysallagh NOTE: This is in the Parish of Drumcree, Co. Armagh

 

51

271

33669

JOHNSTON, Eugenia

Armagh

1726 Jan 4

JOHNSTON-MAXWELL Lislooney Notes in 2009 diary Book 1 (1708-1738) 1708-1738

Image 454

Eugenia JOHNSON of City of Dublin, spinster of 1st part to Rev. Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Hall, Co Armagh Doctor of Divinity of other pt. … for £500  … list of lands incl Ballinemetagh Outragh Ballinemetagh Iteragh als Cavanapole Lisslouny [aka Lisloony] Braghnoye Skerry Dromgosse Dromaghikeene Glassdromon Crossdalyoutragh and Crossdaly Iteragh all in Barony of Tyranny…for 500… WITNESS: William JOHNSON of Ballinemetagh Co. Armagh Esq. & Andrew CHARLTON of City of Dublin Gent & William SHERIDAN of Dublin

SEE also: 94-372-66727 for other mention of Euphemia JOHNSON.

51

51

307

33804

DOBBIN

Armagh

 

1708-1738

CROSS TO DOBBIN Legacurry Knockbilly

Co Armagh

Image 472

BTW Leonard CROSS of Moyraverty Co. Armagh Gent & Elizabeth CROSS his wife of the 1 pt & Revd James DOBBINS Rector of the Parish of Killmore Co. Armagh Clke of the other pt. in consid of 550 pounds… land then in the tenure of Leonard CALVERT and his undertenants containing 67a and ½ part of townlands of Moyraverty Manor of Kernan … [more description of boundaries and other owners] …

 

52

89

33668

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin Meath

1726 Dec 30-31

BALL-JACKSON Creekstown, (Notes not transcript)

A memorial of indented Deeds of Lease and Release bearing date Respectively the thirtieth and thirty first day of December: one thousand seven hundred and twenty six made and perfected between John BALL of Loghross, Co. Armagh, Esq. of 1st part & Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. Of the other part. By which said deed and release the said John BALL for the consideration therein mentioned Did give grant bargain sell, Release & Confirm to Thomas JACKSON in his actual possession by virtue of the said lease all that tate of the old Castle of Creckstown & 106A 1R 34P of the land thereunto adjoining in the Barony of Ratbath, Co. Meath inders Rents Issues and Profitts of the same. To have and to hold the said premises with the appurtenances the said Thomas Jackson  and his heirs yielding and paying  therefore and thereout unto the said John BALL his heirs and issue for ever the yearly rent of five shillings sterling per acre for every of the said acres and after that rate for the said one Rod and thirty four perches in half yearly payment viz on every first day of May and November the first payment to be made on the First Day of May next ensuing the Date of  the said Deed of Release. Which said Deeds of Lease and Release were duly perfected on the said thirtieth and thirty first Days of December one thousand seven hundred and twenty six. . WITNESS: William CHURCH of Coleraine, Co. Londonderry, Gent; John DOWNING of City of Dublin, Gent; Henry ARKWRIGHT, City of Dublin.

NOTE: Lieut. Thomas Ball, of Fleetwood's Regt., , the father of John BALL, received grants of land in several counties of Ireland, which were confirmed under the Act of Settlement. In Crickstown, barony of Ratoath, he received "a mansion house, orchard, garden, and groves,''. They were same BALL family with leases at Urker and elsewhere in Creggan Parish. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine NOTE: Anne JACKSON, the daughter of Thomas and Jane [?], married the Rev. Ralph COCKYN (1702-1773), and their son Thomas Jackson COCKYN (?-1819) inherited the lands mentioned in this lease.

 

52

341

34787

 

Armagh

1708-1738

DAWSON-STAPLES Copes Mills

92

53

192

35024

 

Armagh

1708-1738

WEBB-JOHNSTON Finiskeen, B. Fews

126

53

258

35350

 

Armagh

1708-1738

BLYKE-BLYKE Ballymachy, P Cregan

85

53

258

35350

 

Armagh

1708-1738

BLYKE-BLYKE Drumbally, Par Creggan

97

53

504

36665

 

Armagh

1708-1738

JOHNSTON-SAYERS B. Fews

84

55

379

373777

WADDELL

Armagh

1708-1738

WADDELL to MORGAN Lurgen Derry

Jos WADDELL’s holding

 

56

32

36859

 

Armagh

Monaghan

1727 Feb 8

SCOTT-SCOTT Book 1 (1708-1738) Umgola

Btw Quinten SCOTT of Ballyrath & John SCOTT his son of Ardmagh, Co. Ardmagh, Gent of 1 pt & John YOUNG and his daughter Mary YOUNG both of Knock, Co. Armagh of the other… town and lands of Ballyrath Umgola … Quinton SCOTT & Martha his current wife…. Also mentions townlands and mills in Co. Monaghan.

 

56

470

38744

 

Armagh

1728 Sep 28

MADDEN TO CHARLETON Book 1 (1708-1738) Hunters Hill (Fews) Mullinturr

Lots of lands transferred incl Mullintur.

 

57

110

37511

GILLMER

Armagh

1727 Apr 1

MAXWELL to GILLMER 1708-1738 Lisdoran

Rev. Dr. Robert MAXWELL of Farnan, Cavan to James GILMER of Magnuny, Parish of Tynan, Armagh, Gent for lives of Berry MAXWELL (son of John MAXWELL of Dublin City, Esq.); & Robert GILMER. WITNESSES: John ELLIOT of Fellows Hall, Armagh, Gent; John SINCLAIRE of Callidon, Tyrone, Gent; Alexander HUTCHESON of Dublin City, Gent.

 

57

110

37518

WADDELL

Armagh

1728 Apr 30

WADDELL-TURNER 1708-1738

 Joseph WADDELL to Joseph TURNER of Waddell, Armagh, Linen Draper for lands at Aghacomon, Manor of Brownlowes, Armagh for lives of Joseph WADDELL & his wife Jane CONNER. WITNESSES: James LANCASTER of Lurgen, Armagh, Butcher; Richard MAGENIS, Gent & William MADDRIN of Lurgan, Armagh, Shoemaker

 

57

346

38798

 

Armagh

Louth

1726 Aug 31

LEIGH-LEIGH Dorcy, B Fews 1708-1738

Image 212

James LEIGH of Drogheda & Rev Edward LEIGH nephew of James LEIGH … lands in Co. Louth & lands in Dorsey, Barony of Fews, Co. Armagh held by leases from Thomas TIPPING Esq. to John CRELLY Gent tto the executors of Alderman John GRAHAM deceased to the executors of George TAAFFE deceased to Richard TISDALL Esq to John LEIGH Esq…. and townland of Cavan …

97

58

 

 

 

Armagh

1708-1738

illegible Ballineer, Fews

85

58

278

39498

 

Armagh

Dublin

Kildare

Roscommon

1717 Jan 15

From Eustace Wills 396 MOLYNEAUX (MOLYNEUX), SAMUEL, parish of St. George, Hanover Sq., Middlesex, secretary to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. 15 Jan. 1717. Narrate, part in full, 1 p., 23 Dec. 1728. My wife the Lady Elizabeth Diana Capel(l) als. Molyneux, extx. My marriage settlement 2 April 1717. Real estate in Counties Armagh, Kildare and Roscommon. Lands etc. in Oxmantown, Dublin, Mr Butler, lessee. Witnesses: George Saville, Gray's Inn, Middlesex, Esq., John Eckersall, St. James's House, Westminster, Esq., secretary to Her Majesty, Jeremiah Prat and Thos. Brady, then clerk to testator. Memorial witnessed by : John Eckersall, Mathew Lamb, Lincoln's Inn, Co. Middlesex, gent. 58, 278, 39498 E. D. Molyneux (seal) 397

 

58

440

40101

 

 

Armagh

1708-1738

SYNNETT-SANDYS Lismaken, Lisdamard, B Fews

 

58

481

40228

 

Armagh

1708-1738

TICHBORNE et al – MOUNTJOY et al Glassdromin, B Fews

101

58

481

40228

 

Armagh

1708-1738

TICHBORNE et al- MOUNTJOY Kiltabane, Killanboly, Killobane, Killanbony, Kiltebane, B Fews

106

58

506

40802

 

Armagh

Book 1

POWELL-MEREDITH Tullysarren

 

58

517

40343

REED

 

1708-1738

ANDERSON-REED Dromorgan

 

58

517

40343

 

Armagh

1708-1738

STEPHENSON-REED Cornerow, B. Fews

88

59

82

39509

JONES to WOGAN

Wicklow

1728 May 13

a plot of ground Mountkennedy by Sir William KENNEDY’s Estate Image 50

Whereby Richard JONES Esq. Executor of his late mother Elizabeth JONES who was the widow of Edward late Lord Bishop of St. Asaph & daughter of Sir Richard KENNEDY late of Mount Kennedy … sold to William WOGAN of City of Westminster Esq. the Mansion lands in Co. Wicklow late of William KENNEDY son of the said Richard KENNEDY which were forfeited on account of the late rebellion of Ireland in 1688 and granted to Robert JONES … WITNESS: John CRAWFORD Esq. & William LANMAN both of Inner Temple, London

NOTE: There was a William WOGAN of Lisburn. SEE: Jacksons of Clounagh, Parish of Drumcree, Co. Armagh and later of Lisburn.

 

59

117

39677

HUTCHESON

Armagh

1728 Oct 30

SHEILES-HUTCHISON NOTES in 2009 diary. Tullysarren Book 1Armagh

On back of deed 1 July 1677 between Earl of Charlemont & Archilbald SHIELLS of Criore & Tirearly, Co. Armagh yeoman to George HUTCHISON of Killuny, Co. Armagh (NOTE: this was in the deeds index under Tullysarren – but no mention of this townland in the memorial).

 

59

330

40753

McCULLAGH

Antrim

Armagh

Tyrone

1729 Jun 5

John McCULLOCH to WILKINSHAW1708-1729

Btw John McCULLOCH eldest son & heir of Henry McCULLOCH late of Feiony [?] of Toome Co Antrim Esq. deceased of the 1 part & James WALKINSHAW of Tonaghmore, Co. Armagh Gent of the other part & John MOFFIT of the City of Dublin Gent of the 3rd pt  in consid of 660 pounds released to John WALKINSHAW all that the towns and lands of Drumond and Drumhubart lying in the Manor of Castlestewart, Barony of Dungannon, Co. Tyrone

 

60

-

66

163

40342

 

Armagh

1708-1738

ANDERSON-STEPHENSON Cornerow, B. Fews

88

60

163

40342

 

Armagh

1708-1738

ANDERSON-STEPHENSON Mullaghbawne, B Fews

114

60

481

42052

O’HARA

Armagh

1729 Dec 2

STEWART-O’HARA Forkhill

Image 556

BTW Archibald STEWART of City of Dublin of 1 pt & Henry O’HARA of Crebilly, Co. Antrim Esq. of the other.Reciting that the said Archbishop STEWART has exhibited a Bill in High Court of Chancery …founded on the Acts to prevent the further growth of popery as a Protestant Discoverer against the said Henry O’HARA Charles O’NEILL of Edenduffe Carrick in Co. Antrim Esq. Richard HOPSON Esq. William CASSLE James McCORMICK Arthur MAGENIS Daniel MAKEY the Rt Hon BRINSLEY and others therein named to be decreed to the Mannor of Forkhill Co. Armagh on a lease made to the said Charles O’HARA in trust for Tully O’NEILL deceased and Arthur MAGENIS of Carbragh Co. Down and for recovery of several Lands Tenements and Hereditaments of Dicomed, Letallian and Corbally agreed to be devised in Lease to Edward TRAVER deceased, to Neal MAKEY and Constantine MAGENNIS both deceased and by them assigned to one CADOLE in trust for the said Tully O’NEILL and also to recover the several lands in Co. Leitrim… granted in lease by Rt Hon Lord CONWAY to Charles O’HARA for a number of years and at a yearly rent contrary to the said Acts of Parliament in trust for said Tully O’NEILL who always was a papist … and the said Bill is also to recover the benefit of certain lands to be demised to Tully O’NEILL who always by the said Richard HOPSON & Elizabeth his wife … contrary to the true intent of said Acts of Parliament [… much more legal detail] WITNESS: Henry O’NEILL of Church Street in Suburbs of City of Dublin merchant & Charles O’DONNELL servant to said Henry O’HARA & Thomas RINGWOOD of City of Dublin

 

60

526

42289

O’HARA

Armagh

1729 Dec 20

O’HARA-HALL Forkhill

Image 579

BTW Henry O’HARA of Crebilly, Co. Antrim Esq. of 1st pt Richard HALL of City of Westminster Great Britain Esq. of 2nd pt. … Robert FRENCH should at the expence of Henry O’HARA Endeavour as far as in him lyes to take out and have administration of the Goods Chattles and Personal Estate of the late deceased Tully O’NEILL … lands in Leitrim & lands in Forkhill…. Debts from Tully O’NEILL to be paid to Henry O’HARA… complicated lease – but significant.

 

61

61

40641

 

Armagh

1708-1738

HUTCHINSON- VINCENT Dromon, Drommon, B. Fews , Par Mullaghbrach

96

 

61

358

41613

 

Armagh

1729 Oct 13

MAXWELL-LUCAS Book 1 Tullymore 1708-1738

Image 203

Btw Robert MAXWELL of Ffalkland, Co Monaghan Esq & John MAXWELL son & Gent of the 1st part & Francis LUCAS and Edward LUCAS of Castleshane of said Co.  of the 2nd pt & Rev. Dr Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Park Co Armagh; John LEAVAN of Clamore Co Louth Clke & Isabella LEAVAN his daughter of 3rd part… [MAXWELL to LUCAS] … lands Ballaree, Ballymarron Killifaddee Ballybrally Legahan and Tullymore [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh], Co Armagh… six townlands of Ffalkland … WITNESS: Patrick DUFFY of Town of Monaghan Gent Anne BELL of Fellows Hall Co. Armagh & Thomas SIMPSON servant to Robert MAXWELL

 

61

401

41776

REED

Armagh

1728 Oct 16

MCKEW TO REED NOTES in 2009 diary 1708-1738 Grenan.

Edward McKEW of Town & Co. Armagh, Sawyer assignee of Tobias WILSON late of Grenan, Co. Armagh & William WILSON of [Gren]hanafore brother of Tobias & Ann REED of Armagh, spinster ... for lives of Tobias WILSON, William WILSON & Ann WILSON (sister to them). WITNESS: Joseph JOHNSTON of Knappagh; James STEPHENSON of Killefaddy & George WALKER all of Parish & Co. Armagh.

 

63

17

42444

DAWSON

Armagh

1729 Jan 26

BROWNLOW-DAWSON NOTES in 2009 diary Book 1 (1708-1738) Ballyra? Breagh, B. O’Neiland

Between William BROWNLOW of Lurgen & Chappell DAWSON of Town & Co. Armagh Esq. Townland of Breagh late in possession of Thomas DAWSON Esq. Deceased & townlands of Cronagill ... Mannor of Richmond, Barony of Neiland, Co. Armagh ... for natural lives of Chappell DAWSON, Walter DAWSON & Edward DAWSON, brothers of Chappell.

 

63

156

43036

HAMILTON

Armagh

1730 Apr 8

HAMILTON et al- Bishop of Clogher Feeduffe, B. Turany

Image 89

BTW Robert HAMILTON Esq eldest son of Hans HAMILTON late of Dublin Esq. Esq deceased & Margaret HAMILTON widow & relict of Hans HAMILTON late of City of Dublin Esq. deceased of 1 pt, & Rt Rev John Lord Bishop of Clogher of other pt. ½ Townland of Feeduff Ardagh townland of Cavanadowgan and ½ townland of upper Tullybrick. Townland of Rathrelick & Knockrankeagh alias Knockranslogh townland Feeduff & Shantully Upper & Lower [?] als Drumkegrin with town and tenements of of Killycannegan als Killynane als Midl[?] in Manner of Middletowne which formerly belonged to the Mill and all th Customs of the Fairs and Markets of Middletown … in Barony Turany, Co. Ardmagh … rents … payable to John HAMILTON of Callidon, Co. Tyrone Esq. out of half townlands of Tollybrick Outragh together with accustomed Leet money … WITNESS: James HAMILTON of Johnstown Co. Dublin Esq. Richard VINCENT of City of Dublin Esq. & Richard HALL of City of Dublin Gent.

NOTE: I suspect that this Hans HAMILTON, husband of Margaret [MORRIS or NORRIS] was the son of Francis HAMILTON of Tullabrick, Co. Armagh & Elizabeth ECHLIN. SOURCE: Hamilton Manuscript p162.

 

63

220

43283

CALVERT

Armagh

1730 May 1 & 2

CALVERT to HANCOCK NOTES in 2009 diary 1708-1738 Monraverty

Thomas CALVERT of Moletown, Co. Meath, Tallow Chandler for £6.18 paid by John HANCOCK of Lisburn, Co. Antrim, Merchant (confusing townlands).

 

64

310

43996

 

Armagh

1708-1738

BRABAZON-St. JOHN Copes Mills

92

64

389

44322

 

Armagh

1708-1738

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

106

65

217

45163

JOHNSTON

Armagh

1730 Feb 4

JOHNSTONE-STONE Book 1 (1708-1738) Mullinturr aka Mullinture, Lullyoghan, B Tureny

Btw Joseph JOHNSTON of Knappag Co Armagh Gent of 1 pt & Hannah STONE of Armagh Co Armagh spinster of the other pt. for consideration granted lands of Kilcarne Eglish Mullintur Mullyloghan the two Drumsallens Bullhern Attisooly Edenderry Tullaghmore otherwise Tillamore and Drumrusk Derryderragh Lisnafiddy [aka Lisnafeedy] Derynescagh Barony of Tureny Co Armagh lands were granted 14 Nov 1729 by Hugh Archbishop of Armagh Primate to Joseph JOHNSTON for 21 years for rent of £160…

 

65

460

46401

 

Armagh

1708-1738

Lord FERRARD et al – NESBITT et al Glassdromin, B Fews

101

65

460

46401

 

Armagh

1708-1738

Lord FERRAR et al – NESBITT et al Kiltabane, Killanboly, Killobane, Killanbony, Kiltebane, B Fews

106

65

516

46721

HALL

Armagh

1730 Dec 31

HALL-HILL Ballynaghy

Ballynagher. Glassdromnaghy. Moybane

B Fews

Image 289

BTW Ann HALL of Strangford Co. Down Widow & relict of Edward HALL Esq. deceased & Francis HALL of Strangford Esq. eldest son and heir of Edward HALL & Ann HALL of 1st pt. Rev Hugh HILL Treasurer of Armagh Co. Armagh Clk of the other pt…. properties released townlands Ballynaghy, Dombally, Camonagh, Coole Derry, Latskalgat, Dromuch, Clarinagh, Lissera, Moybane, Cappy, Drombo, Glasdromhaghy als Anaghad & Clonlig in Barony of Fews Co. Armagh… WITNESS: Samuel HILL of Stranford & John RONAN servant to Francis HALL

 

67

442

46722

HALL

Armagh

1731 Jun 19

HALL-HALL Lattskalgatt, Liscalgeth, Lissera, Lisserae, Ballynaghy, Ballynagher, Glassdromnaghy - B Fews

Image 230

BTW Francis BALL of Shangford [sic] Co. Down Esq. Eldest son and heir of Edward HALL late of Strangford deceased of 1 pt; Ann HALL Widow & relict of Edward HALL & mother of Francis HALL of the other. Reciting lease 1 Jan 1730 Ann HALL & Francis HALL conveyed to rev. Hugh HALL Treasurer of Armagh, Co. Armagh Clk & Heirs towns and lands of Ballynaghy, Creenenagh, Cullederry [aka Coole Derry] Dombally, Liscalgeth [aka Latskalgat]. Drumuck [aka Dromuch],  Clarinagh, Moybane, Clonleeg [aka Clonlig] Camonagh, , , Cappy, Drumbee [aka Drombo], Liscrae [aka Lissera], & Anaghgad [aka Glasdromhaghy als Anaghad] & in Barony of Fews Co. Armagh to the use of Francis HALL subject to an anuity or rent of 207 pounds to Ann HAL as also out ot the town and lands of Rossglass Barony Lecale, Co. Down to hold during her natural life payable Quarterly. WITNESS: Samuel HILL of Strangford Gent & John RONAN servant to Francis HALL. Memorial WITNESS: John RONAN and James GODDARD of City of Dublin Gent. See also: HALL-HALL Image 289 I included townland spellings from that memorial. NOTE: 1728— Hugh Hill, coll. May 16 ; installed May 21 (D.R.). T.C.D. Sch. 1720 ; B.A. 1722 ; M.A. 1725 ; B.D. and D.D. 1753.  He left his son Edward all his estate in Mounthill, Co. Armagh,

to his wife Elizabeth an annuity and a life interest in his estate at Aghoghill and the use of his Dublin house. SOURCE: Armagh clergy and parishes : being an account of the clergy of the Church of Ireland in the Diocese of Armagh, from the earliest period, with historical notices of the several parishes, churches, &c

 

69

173

47785

 

Armagh

1708-1738

Lord FERRARD’s Will Glassdromin, B Fews

 

69

224

48029

 

Armagh

1708-1738

MENNIS als WELSH-BELL Book 1 (1708-1738)  I also had it noted as #8029 Ballynahonemore.

86

69

230

48071

DONALDSON

Armagh

1708-1738

SANDS to DONALDSON Lurgen

Brown’s Tenement

 

70

210

48072

DONALDSON

Armagh

1718 Nov 10

BROWNLOW, Wm-DONALDSON 1730-1745

Image 434

BROWNLOW to DONALDSON NOTES in 2009 diary 1708-1738 Donaldsons Tenement, Lurgen

BTW William BROWNLOW of Brownlowes Derry, Co. Armagh of one part and John DONALDSON Co. Armagh, Butcher of other pt ... tenement in Lurgan [description] ... lives of John DONALDSON, Arthur DONALDSON & John DONALDSON, sons of said John DONALDSON. WITNESS: Phil BARRY late of Lurgen & now of Navan, Co. Meath; Robert HAWKINS late of Lurgen & now of Dublin, Gent & Charles CORNER of Lurgen, Gent.

 

70

212

48080

 

LESLIE

Armagh

1732 Mar 29

ACHESON to LESLIE 1708-1738 Capon Park, Market Hill. Woodpark, Par Markethill, B Fews, Mullaghbrack

Image 435

between Arthur ACHESON of Markethill Co. Armagh baronet of the one part and Henry LESLIE of Markethill aforesaid of the other part. Whereby the set Arthur ACHESON for consideration therein mentioned did grant bargain so reminds release and confirm unto the said Henry LESLIE and to his heirs all those several tenements, cottages, orchards, gardens and parks hereinafter mentioned with the barn backside stables orchard and gardens with the appurtenances on the last side of the street of the said town of Markethill together with the three other tenements and two Parks commonly called Capan Park and Wood Park adjoining the first two tenements and mearing with the river next to Darby McDonald's holdings formerly the holding of Widow McKean and one other tenement on the other side of the street in the same town commonly called John McKEAN’s tenement with the park and appurtenances and one large Park on the left hand of the highway leading to Carricklehane and one other part commonly called Patrick MEANS Grass Park thereunto adjoining being all of them formerly in the possession of James McKean and now in the possession of the said Henry Leslie and situate lying and being in or near the set town of market hill in the parish of Mullaghbrack Barony of Fews Co. Armagh and all the singular passages lights easements waters water courses Barnes backside stables orchards gardens yards meadows pastures woods underwoods bogs lofts heath furs profits commodities advantages writes mentions privileges and appurtenances whatsoever …

 

70

279

48359

 

Armagh

1708-1738

DAWSON-STEELE Lisduffe, Lurgimallon etc, B ONeiland

 

70

279

48359

DAWSON

Louth

Armagh

1731 June 14 &15

DAWSON-STEEL 1708-1738 DAWSON-STEEL[E] Book 1 (1708-1738) Ballinahonemore Breagh, Ballytrugh, Ballynahone & Mills, BallyMcEllmrry, Ballyerian, , Lawlesstown,

DAWSON, Chappell-STEELE NOTES in 2009 diary.

Release between Chappell DAWSON of Town & Co. Armagh of 1st part & Lawrence STEEL of Rathbride, Co. Kildare & Richard DAWSON of City of Dublin of 2nd part. John LINDON & Walter DAWSON both of said city Dublin Esq. Of 3rd part & Hannah Maria TOWNLEY, spinster of 4th part.  (marriage of Chappell DAWSON & Hannah TOWNLEY) £1000 ... town & lands of Marleconbegg commonly known by name of Lisduffe or O’Donnell’s Freehold & part of townland of Myrork known as MOORE’s Freehold all in Parish of Mullabrack, Barony of O’Neil, Co. Armagh. Town and Lands of Cremagill als. Cronagill commonly called Straberg’s, Parish of Teturamand, Co. Armagh, Town & lands of Cloughan, Mannor of Castledillion, Co. Armagh & Town and lands of Breagh & Cronagill Mannor of Richmond, Barony O’Neil, Co. Armagh.all lands then in actual possession of Lawrence STEEL & Richard DAWSON by earlier deed of Chappell DAWSON ... lands granted to his father Thomas DAWSON & devised to Chappell DAWSON by his father’s will ... Tullyasne & Lessiogh or parcel called Lurgimallon als Lurgiswellan near Liberties of Armagh together with the Corn Mills  standing and being thereon & etc ... 15 acres by name of Cargagh ... land called Tubberlackmuck ... land called FarryMcGough 15 acres ... all the Corn Mill or Mills built or erected on the townland of Lasmakanky als Lismakennedy asl Millpond Race Waters Watercourses & .... that part of the townland of Ballynahonemore  which was then in the actual possession of Thomas DAWSON or his undertenants together with the Corn Mills & Tuck Mill standing on the same with several parcels of land called Mackenny’s land (more description) then in possession of Leonard DOBBYN & John WATSON

 

70

308

48463

HALL

HILL

ROWLEY

Armagh

1730 Oct 8

HALL-HILL Ballynaghy, Ballynagher, B. Fews 1708-1738

Image 488

between Anne HALL als ROWLEY widow and relict of Edward HALL late of Strangford Co. Down Esquire deceased and Francis HALL eldest son and heir of the said Edward HILL of the one part and the Reverend Hugh HILL clerk treasurer of Armagh the other part. by which said deed of release Anne HALL and Francis HALL for the considerations therein mentioned did grant to the said Hugh HILL all that and those the townlands of Ballynaghy containing 299 acres plantation measure in the occupation of Samuel BLYKE and is under tenants in the Barony of Fews, County Armagh to hold to the said Hugh HILL his heirs and assigns forever paying to set and hold during her natural life and unto the said Francis HALL and his heirs from and immediately after her decease the yearly rent of 35 pounds payable half yearly above all taxes quit rent and crown rent only excepted. Witness Samuel HILL of Strangford County Down gent and Hugh McMASTER of the same gent.

 

70

431

48974

 

Armagh

1708-1738

ROBINSON-BARTON P. Drumeree

92

71

38

48618

JACKSON, Thomas

Armagh

Meath

Louth

Cork

1731 Mar 23

BALL-ROGERSON Lisdromgrany, Mullaglass, Stripe Camoly, Scarve McIlea - B Fews

Image 27

BTW John BALL of Three Castles Co. Louth of 1 pt. Rt. Hon John ROGERSON Esq Lord Chief Justice of his Majesty’s Court of Kings Bench Ireland and Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. of the other pt. Release being Tripartate btw John BALL of 1st pt; Francis BERNARD of Castle Bernard Co. Cork Esq of 2nd pt & Rt. Hon John ROGERSON & Thomas JACKSON of the 3rd pt.. Whereby the said John BALL for the further and better securing the payment of the sum of six pounds with interest to the said Francis BERNARD in manner therin expressed did give Grant Release and Confirm unto the said Rt. Hon. John ROGERSON Esq. & Thomas JACKSON all that and those the Towne & Lands of Lisdromgrany, Stripe of Camonly & Mulaghs Cargarovady and Scarve [M’Flea?] Situate in Barony of Fews or elsewhere in Co. Armagh and all that the Town and Lands of Ballyenan situate in Barony Orier or elsewhere in Co. Armagh with their appurtenances. To Hold to them the said Rt. Hon. John ROGERSON Esq. and Thomas JACKSON and their heirs to the use of them and their heirs to the use of them & their heirs in Trust to permit the said John BALL to receive the Rents Issues and Profits therof until Judgement should be obtained in any Court of Law or Equilly by Simon BRADSTREET or any Executor or Administrator of John McCANTS Gent deceased by Virtue or Colour of a Certain Lease in the said Release recited made to the said John McCANTS and Immediately after such Judgement by Lease Mortgage or Sale of the premises to Raise and pay the sum of 600 pounds which said Deed and Release were Executed by the said John BALL & Francis BERNARD in the presence of North Ludlow BERNARD of City of Dublin Esq. John DOWNING & Francis WOODLEY both in City of Dublin Gents who are witnesses thereto and witnesses to the signing & seal of this present Memorial by the said John BALL are the said John DOWNING and Francis WOODLEY. John BALL [SEAL]

 

71

242

50456

GILLMER

Armagh

1732 Dec 17

MAXWELL-GILLMER NOTES in 2009 diary 1708-1738

Image 132

Rev. Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Hall of 1 part & James GILMER of Monony Gent for £500 (list of lands including Lislooney) all in Barony of Tyrawley, Co. Armagh unto Euphemia JOHNSTON ... Robert MAXWELL, Euphemia DAWSON (a very confusing deed) WITNESS: John ELLIOT of Fellows Hall; Daniel QUINNE of Monony, yeoman, Gent.

Townlands: Drumgosse, Crossdaletragh, Corefiaghan

 

71

347

51182

 

Armagh

1708-1738

BALL-THROCKMORTOM Teer, Tullygellahaw

 

72

161

50227

 

Armagh

1708-1738

CHARLTON-PENEFATHER Book 1 (1708-1738) Mullinturr

 

73

73

49839

OLIVER, Thomas

Armagh

1732 Jan 4

M’LEVY-TURNER Ref in Lurgan Estate.

A tenement near market place of Lurgen.  Miles M’LEVY of Clare, Co Down weaver of 1 pt; Thomas TURNER of Turnmoyrath Ardmagh Linen Drawer of other pt….NOTE: There was no reference to the Thomas OLIVER Schoolteacher. [Ref in Lurgan Estate].

 

73

73

49839

OLIVER, Thomas

Armagh

1732 Jan 4

M’LEVY-TURNER Ref in Lurgan Estate.

A tenement near market place of Lurgen.  Miles M’LEVY of Clare, Co Down weaver of 1 pt; Thomas TURNER of Turnmoyrath Ardmagh Linen Drawer of other pt….NOTE: There was no reference to the Thomas OLIVER Schoolteacher. [Ref in Lurgan Estate].

 

73

83

49900

SEAVER

Armagh

1732 Nov 4

SEAVER-NELSON Navan, Ballynahonebeg, Ballynahonemore, Bellaghy NOTES in 2009 diary Book 1 (1708-1738)

Between Richard SEAVER of Belliaghy, Parish & Co. Armagh Gent of 1 part & William NELSON of Armagh, Merchant ... 3 townlands of Navan, Ballinahonebeg & Bellaghyats Bellyaghy, Parish & Co. Armagh (SEAVER land from Bishop).

 

73

490

52109

MENAGH

Armagh

1733 Nov 26

BROWNLOWE to MENAGH Tanaghmore

William BROWNLOW- John MENAGH of Lurgan Co Armagh.. let the half town of Tannaghmore for lives of John James MENAGH his brother & Hugh LINDSAY son to William LINDSAY of Ballycross and Parish of Maghrally aged about 21 years  and the longest lives of them…

 

74

7

49637

 

Armagh & Monaghan

1730 Sep 21

OBINS-COPE Book 1 (1708-1738) Mullinturr

Marriage art. Btw Anthony OBINS of Portadown, Co Armagh & Rev. Hamlet OBINS eldest son of 2nd pt & Robert COPE of Loughgalll, Co. Armagh Esq. & Arthur ECHLIN of Monaghan, Co Monaghan, Co. Monaghan, Gent of 3rd pt John BOLTON of Ballintagart, Co Armagh Esq & Rev. John STRONG of Derryloran, Co. Tyrone of 4th pt & James MANSON of Fairview, Armagh Esq. & Mary MANSON his daughter of 5th pt – marriage btw Hamlet OBINS & Mary MANSON... lands of Ballyoran, Loylson, Mullintine, Killmoremurreaty, ... Annagh, Parish of Drumiree, Co. Armagh

 

74

151

50457

 

Armagh

1732 Feb 14

Edward BARTON & wife-GRAHAM

Image 397

BTW Edward BARTON of Lurgen Co. Armagh Gent & Elizabeth his wife of 1 pt & Arthur GRAHAM of Ballyheridan Co. Armagh Gent of other pt.

 

75

211

52615

 

Armagh

1708-1738

HENDERSON-LIVINGSTONE Book 1 (1708-1738) Ballynahonemore

 

75

260

52844

JOHNSTON

Armagh

1733 Mar 11

JOHNSTON-Archdeacon: Tullyvallen, Loghross Mr Cunninghams Lands near it

Image 119

John JOHNSTON of the Fews, Co. Armagh & John Archdeacon of City of Dublin Gent – transfer interest in article made 22nd Aug 1695 btw William CUNNINGHAM of Moneymore in Co. Derry Esq. of 1 pt &  John GRAHAM late of Drogheda Alderman [see also 78-23-52843] and also one other article bearing date 17 Nov 1693 btw Rt Hon William GRAHAM Son and Heir and Residual Legatee of the said John GRAHAM of the 1 pt & John JOHNSTON of the other pt. and to the lands of William CUNNINGHAM and and near Loghross and the land of William CUNNINGHAM in Camely and Tullyvallen Co. Armagh… WITNESS: Rev. John GRAHAM of Drogheda Clke & Charles CALDWELL City of Dublin Gent

 

75

451

53858

 

Armagh

1732 Jul 8

MURPHY-MURPHY Lurgan Cullanboy, B Fews , Par Kreggan 1708-1738

Image 216

BTW Patrick MURPHY of Bellcotton parish Termonfeckan Barony Ferrard Co. Louth of 1 pt & James MURPHY of Beaulieu of Barony Ferrard Co. Louth of other pt. ..townlands of Upper Carnally, Lower Carnally & Lurgan Cullanboy all in possession of Patrick DONNELLY Phelimy DONNELLY Daniel DONELLY Bryan KELLY Terence MURPHY Owen MURPHY Redmond MURPHY Terence KENNDY Patrick MANIER Hugh DONNELLY James DONNELLY Terence MURPHY Arthur MURPHY Patrick REEL Philip McARDLE and undertenants, Parish of Creggan Barony of Fews Co. Armagh containing 700a more or less. … for natural lives of him the said James MURPHY , James LACKIE nephew the said James MURPHY and George MURPHY brother to the said James MURPHY and upon decease of amy or either …

 

76

433

55231

 

Armagh

1708-1738

JOHNSTON-MAXWELL Glassdromin, B Tiraney

101

76

434

?5231

JOHNSTON

Armagh

1734 Feb 8

JOHNSTON-MAXWELL Book 1 (1708-1738) Lislooney

Btw Joshua JOHNSTON of Unshagh, Co Armagh & Rev. Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Hall, 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 – all in Barony Tiranny.Witnesses Leslie HAMILTON of City of Dublin Gent  & James GILLMER of Monooney, Co. Armagh, Gent.

 

77

479

54407

JOHNSTON

Armagh

1734 May 8

MURPHY-MAGENNIS Glassdromin, 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 & 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

 

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.

 

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 Co. Armagh. WITNESS: William BURLEIGH of Lurgan Co. Armagh Attorney.  MEMORIAL WITNESS: William BURLEIGH 7 Johnathon OGLE of City of Dublin Gent.

 

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

 

80

312

55972

 

Armagh

Louth

1734Jan 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 in Co. Louth & Co. Armagh ..

 

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 …

 

82

201

57536

GILMER

Armagh

1735 Oct 22

HAMILTON TO MAXWELL1708-1738

Btw George HAMILTON of Balteagh, Co Armagh & Benjamin HAMILTON of Roxborough, Co Tyrone Gent of 1 pt & Rev. Dr. Robert MAXWELL of Fellowshall of 2nd pt – transfer of 58 acres Scotch Measure in townland of Feduffe, Co Armagh with 6 acres of land of Tullybrick & 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

201

57536

 

Armagh

1708-1738

HAMILTON et al-MAXWELL Feeduffe, B. Turany

 

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, 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 Tobermore.

 

82

427

58441

 

Armagh

1708-1738

LEIGH-TIPPING Darcy, Drumhill, B. Fews Finniskin, B Fews

95

100

82

508

58808

 

Armagh

1708-1738

HALL-WOODROF Ballynaghy, Ballynagher, B. Fews

86

83

58

57335

57535

 

Armagh

1708-1738

HAMILTON-MAXWELL Feeduffe, B. Turany

100

83

83

57646

GILLMER

Armagh

1733 Oct 5

MACKIE to GILLMER1708-1738 Legacory

 Btw Samuel MAKAY of Richhill, Co, Armagh & James GILLMER of Minunyin, Co Armagh ... refers to indenture Dec 23, 1687 by Edward RICHARDSON later of Legacorry, 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 of sd county Gent.

 

83

384

59395

WALLACE

Armagh

1708-1738

WALLACE to ROSS Turlagh

Roe’s Lane

 

83

426

59600

 

Armagh

1708-1738

MARKES-RICHARDSON Par Loghall

 

83

458

59770

DAWSON

Armagh

Donegal

1736 Aug 26

KELLY-DAWSON 1708-1738 Armagh School Lands

Image 244

Ralph DAWSON of Dawsons Grove, 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....

 

84

255

59964

 

Armagh

1708-1738

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

118

85

396

60683

 

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 Parish & Co. Armagh

93

85

403

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 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.

127

85

501

61177

 

Armagh

1708-1738

JOHNSTON et al- ACHESON Carrickleane

89

85

517

61249

BALL

Armagh

1737 May 28

BALL to CANDLER Notes in 2009 diary 1708-1738

Image 273

Between Abraham BELL of Darrer, 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. Teer, Armaghmare, Sytrim, Cullyhanna, part of Raceelan, Cross, Munoge, Urher, Drummacavale, part of lands of Eurycaine, Tullygellahan & Emurinyvore part of lands of Legmoylin. All in B. Fews and also lands of Cargin, part of townland Legacree part of townland Cashel, the townland of Aughenduffe Townland of Lurgen part of townland Drumuly 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 [aka Urcher] 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.

 

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.

 

87

13

60321

 

Armagh

1708-1738

Image 13

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

BTW Rev. Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Hall, Co. Armagh Dr of Divinity of 1 pt & Robert MAXWELL of Falkland, Co. Monaghan of the other pt. Set town of Lislanelly, Barony Tirany, Co. Armagh & Turf Bog of Kiltibrett 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 STEWRAT 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.

 

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. 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.

87, 69, 60616 Joseph Boyd (seal)

 

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 [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: It may be the Drumgoose in Parish Drumcree. Barony Oneilland West.

 

87

386

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 Co. Armagh Gent of other pt.

 

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, Co. Armagh of 1st part & George WALKER of Linaborough & Wm McBARNES of Grange in Co. Armagh Gent of 2nd pt. & John ROBINSON of Killmakew [probably Kilmachugh, Parish Grange (ONeilland West portion)] & 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 ]  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, 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:

·  (most likely this one) Mullaghbane (An Mullach Bán) , Loughgall (ONeilland West portion) Civil Parish, Barony of Oneilland West, Co. Armagh 356 A, 2 R, 14 P

·  Mullaghbane (An Mullach Bán) , Forkill Civil Parish, Barony of Orior Upper, Co. Armagh 653 A, 0 R, 39 P

·  Mullaghbane (An Mullach Bán) , Mullaghbrack (Lower Fews portion) Civil Parish, Barony of Fews Lower, Co. Armagh 97 A, 0 R, 6 P

 

58

517

40343

 

Armagh

1728 Mar 17

STEPHENSON-REED Mullaghbawne, B Fews 1708-1738

Image 620

BTW Thomas ANDERSON James ANDERSON his son both of Clady Elizabeth ANDERSON of Newtown Stewart mother of the said Thomas ANDERSON all in Co. Tyrone, Barony Strabane of 1 pt; James STEPHENSON of Killyfaddy in Parish & Co. Armagh Gent & Anne REED of Armagh widow of other pt.  .. Land in Cornecrew & 14a of land in Drummorgan and 32a in Mullaghbane together with tenements and premises all in Parish Mullaghback Co. Armagh … WITNESS: Joseph BOYD of Ardmagh Apothocary & Alexander HUTCHESON of City of Dublin Gent … John FAIR.

 

88

540

63638

SEAVER

Armagh

1738 Apr 13

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

Image 592

Btw Richard SEAVER of Navan, parish & Co Armagh  Gent of 1 pt & William GRAHAM of Ballyheridan of sd parish & Co Esq.of other pt conveyed to Wm GRAHAM  3 townlands of Navan, Ballynahonebeg & Bellaghy als Ballyaghy 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

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, Co. Armagh.

 

 

89

309

63353

McCULLAGH, Archibald

Armagh

1738 Apr 24

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

 

89

439

63968

GRAHAM

Armagh

1738 Jun 21

GRAHAM-BLATCHFORD Outlack als , Outlarkon, 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, Killycapell, Derryrean & Kileen in Barony Orier Co. Armagh

 

89

458

64066

JACKSON,

Michael

Dublin

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, 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.

 

90

142

63464

ROCK, Bryan

Armagh

1737 Jan 26

CUNNINGHAM-ROCK

Image 369

BTW Henry CUNINGHAM of Coolmalish Parish Mullaghbrack Co. Armagh farmer of the 1 pt & Bryan ROCK of Markethill Parish & 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

 

90

310

64563

GILLMER, James

Armagh

Tyrone

1738 Aug 10

COPE-GILLMER Ballikellie, Ballycoffy, Drummanagh 1708-1738

Btw Anthony COPE Maydowne, 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 Co. Armagh Esqs.& Sarah COPE widow & sole executor of Walter COPE late of Drumully Esq. deceased of the 4th pt & James GILMER of Minuny, 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, Carganess ala Carrickanass, Ballykelie, Mullinkill also Derregahirne als Derruride als Derrore als Drumnaght, Careanlelish als Drumduff & Killaneal in Co. Armagh & Tyrone & Tullinisk in Territory of Clenaule Co. Armagh also Ballycoffy & Killimaddy als Kilnemaddy Barony Dungannon & Armagh in counties of Tyrone & Armagh… NOTE: They all witnessed, so were all alive.

 

90

453

65538

 

Armagh

1708-1738

GRAHAM-McGEOUGH Maghrantrim, McCantram, B Fews

114

90

502

65890

 

Armagh

1708-1738

MATTHEW-HAMILTON & HUSSEY Book 1 (1708-1738) Magherkilcranny

 

90

502

65896

 

Armagh

1708-1738

MATTHEW - HAMILTON to HUSSEY Magherkillcrany

 

 

90

522

65120

GILMORE

Armagh

1708-1738

COPE-GILLMER Killaneal, Killimady

 

 

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 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 both of Co. Armagh.

 

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 in Co. Armagh..

 

91

522

65121

JOHNSTON

Armagh

1738 Dec 2

JOHNSTON-JOHNSTON Crockenea 1708-1738

Image 288

BTW Joseph JOHNSTON of Knappagh 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, Knockneagh, Annanenunagh & Pollynaugh which said Joseph JACKSON & James GILMORE hold by lease from the See of Armagh commonly called Knockeneagh als Crockenea as if same were held by and belonged to James JACKSON late of Knappagh 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

96

64016

DONALDSON

Armagh

1730 May 3&4

DONALDSON to DONALDSON Caren, Cloghoge,

Notes in 2009 diary1708-1738

Image 57

Randall DONALDSON of Castledillon, Co. Armagh of 1st part & Robert DONALDSON, City of Dublin, Gent & Henry SMITH of 3rd part. Lands of Cloghoge, Allistagh & Caren, Co. Armagh ... Turrytane als Torrehene Drombane & Cloeross, Co. Tipperary & Owencloghy & Ball_ober ... Glenarm ... Inver ... 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.

 

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, Co. Armagh Esq  made over tenement situate at Boot Lane, Dublin... term of 91 years. See: JACKSON of Pimlico.

 

92

441

65270

 

Armagh

1738 Dec 13

HAMPTON TO WILLSON Notes in 2009 diary1708-1738 Killinore

Between Robert WILSON of Ballymacone, Co. Armagh, linen draper of 1st part & Christopher HAMPTON of Balliwilley, Co. Armagh for £238 for town and land of Balliwilley homesteads of Killinore ... 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.

 

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, Co. Armagh Gent. & Mary his wife of the one part & James GILLMER of Minuny, 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”] 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 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.

 

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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, 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

372

66727

GILLMER, James

Armagh

1739 Jul 5

GILLMER to WALMSLEY Monony, from index under Lisleeny Townland

Deed indented between James GILLMER and Marguerretta WALMSLEY, widow of Armagh  in consideration of 500 pounds chargeable upon the towns and lands of Ballenametagh [and 13 other townlands] in Barony of Tureny, Co Armagh ... deeds transferred by Euphemia JOHNSTON of Dublin , spinster by Rev. Dr. Robert Maxwell late of Fellowshall, Co Armagh  Witness R DONALDSON

 

95

31

65598

BALL

Armagh

1738 Jan 10

MURPHY-BALL Camoy, Cregganduffe, Glassdromin, Kiltebane, Tullydonnell, Dorsy

Image 323

Deed Poll Bernard MURPHY of Ballynaclose Co. Armagh Gent hath exhibited several Bills in his Majesty’s Court of Chancery against John EYRE & others  re several leasehold of Glassdrummon Doury alias Dunreavy part of Tullydonnell Carnally, Lurgan, Carrinbiy, Cregganduffe, part of Camully, part of Shermackalay, Kiltabawn, part of Drumlougharvy 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

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)

 

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496

69166

OLIVER

Armagh

1737 May 11

WALKER-HUTCHINSON Ballynahonemore 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, Co. Armagh Gent of 1st pt & George HUTCHESON of Killangilly, 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 als Aghelin & Carricktrodden in Barony of Armagh … in presence of Owen HUGHES of Killeny Co Armagh & John SCOTT of Stonetown Co. Armagh Gents.

NOTE: No mention of Gervaise WALKER

 

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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, 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.

 

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67

67647

BALL

Armagh

1737 Aug 24

BALL to HILL Urcher Townland Bk 2 1739-1810

Image 57

Thomas BALL of Urcher did make over to Hugh HILL. Minister of the Parish of Creggan. Trevor WILLIAMS Alexander McELROY, church wardens of said parish, one plot of land est one plantation acre.being part of the Demesne lands usually occupied with or reputed as a Demesne of his Mansion or chief Dwelling House bounded to the east by the lands of Liscalgot to the south to the Glebe on the west by the lands of Urcher on the south by the said lands of Urcher. To hold to the said Church Wardens and their successors forever in Trust for the sole use of the resident Protestant Schoolmaster to teach the English tongue in the said Parish forever.. said conveyance witnessed by John JOHNSTON & Hugh McMASTER both of the Fews of Co. Armagh, Gent.. Also witnessed by George MIDDLETON of Dublin. Signed Thomas BALL.

NOTE: The resident schoolmaster was George JACKSON (abt 1718-1782)

NOTE: A John BALL (1702-1764) Esq. was the husband of Dorothy JACKSON of the JACKSONs of Coleraine. He was 1st cousin of Thomas BALL (1696-1742) of Parish of Creggan and also of Bath, England.

 

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323

71409

BALL, Thomas

Meath

Armagh

Dublin

1741 May 15

BALL-GAGE Bk 2 1739-1810

Image 168

Thomas BALL of Dublin Esq. of 1pt & Rev. John GAGE of Ashdowneybig Co. Londonderry of other pt £1,145..townlands Nevintown & Creekstown Co Meath & Emerycam, Shet[?] [Munogg?] Dunloghery, Teer, Annaghmore, Drumncavalk, Tullyogallagh Aghduffe Cargint those the town and lands of Crossmaglen Cullyhanna Urgher [aka Urker] Legmoylin otherwise Tullydonnell & Drumully otherwise Balls Quarter Corlys & Sturgan situate lying and being in the Co. of Armagh.

NOTE: A John BALL (1702-1764) Esq. was the husband of Dorothy JACKSON of the JACKSONs of Coleraine. He was 1st cousin of Thomas BALL (1696-1742) of Parish of Creggan and also of Bath, England.

 

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303

70850

BALL

Armagh

1740 Feb 13

BALL to HANSARD 1739-1810 Urker

Townland Bk 2 1739-1810

Image 179

Frances HALL of Strangford Co Down Esq. Demised to John HANSARD Secretary to the Incorporated Society in Dublin for Promoting English Protestant Schools in Ireland all that part of the lands of Urcher then in possession of the said Incorporated Society ...29 acres.. to hold for the use of the Society from the 1st day of May 1736... for lives of [royal princesses]

 

103

174

71104

REED

Armagh

1739-1810

REED-Wm & Robert Lettmicollin

William REED of Ardmore & Robert REED of Lettvicullen, Co Armagh

 

104

314

73151

GILLMER

Armagh

1740 Jan 29&30

GILLMER to DAWSON Notes in 2009 diary1739-1810

Between Robert GILMORE of City of Dublin, Gent eldest son & heir apparent of James GILMER late of Monony, Co. Armagh Gent deceased of the one part & Hon. Arthur DAWSON Esq. 3rd Baron ... of the other part ... for £500 transferred to Arthur DAWSON “all that an those in the Desmenes of Mount Hamilton otherwise Ardgonell called by the names of Ryland Island of Limepark ... part of townland of Fredduff adjoining the Bridge of Argonnell & the Great Road leading from Middleton to Monaghan & formerly in the possession of William HAMILTON & his undertenants ... WITNESS: Richard MAGENIS & Samuel WALLACE both of City of Dublin, Gent.

 

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114

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MENAGH

Londonderry

 

Reverend M.E. John MENAGH of Lurgan, Co. Armagh & Archbishop CONINGHAM of Londonderry, merchant. Concerning marriage to Maria CONINGHAM

 

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321

80606

WALKER

Armagh

1744 Jan 19

WALKER-HUTCHINSON Notes in 2009 diary 1739-1810 Ballynahonemore, Kilmacrew

George HUTCHINSON of Killuny, Co. Armagh Gent to Gervais WALKER of Killmakue, Parish & Co. Armagh Gent. It seems that WALKER appointed HUTCHINSON to be his attorney & to receive from the tenement of Ballynahonemore rents (which also seemed to be tied to earlier debts of WALKER of about £500) ... Gervaise WALKER might make such deeds of mortgage of said lands to Isaac GLENNY .... WITNESS John SCOTT Umgola, Gent John CUMING & Hugh CUMING both of Kearney Hill, Co. Armagh, Gent. John QUINN of Armagh, Gent.

 

115

466

81254

McCULLAGH

Antrim Armagh

1745 May 17

McCULLOCH James to TIPPING 1730-1745

Image 249

James McCULLAGH of Piedmount Co Antrim Esq to Thomas TIPPING of Castletown Co Louth lands of Tullyvallen Cunningham contg 80A in the Barony of Fews Co Armagh   then in possession of Thomas TIPPING... for lives of said Thomas TIPPING, William Henry FORTESCUE & James FORTESCUE of Reynolds Town, Co. Louth…

 

115

510

81420

DONALDSON

Armagh

1744 May 12

DONALDSON to TIPPING Notes in 2009 diary 1739-1810

Between Randal DONALDSON of City of Dublin, Esq of the 1 part Thomas TIPPING of Castletown, Co. Louth, Esq. James McCULLA [otherwise McCULLOCH] of Peymount [Piedmount], Co. Antrim Esq. & Alexander McCOMBE of Altnamoy, Co. Antrim Gent of the other part .... DONALDSON granted to Thomas TIPPING, James McCULLA & Alexander McCOMBE part of Freeduff whereupon the dissenting meeting house lately stood ... 1 acre, yearly rent of 1 peppercorn. WITNESS: Thomas KENNEDY & Robert MURRAY both of City of Dublin, Gents.

 

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341

80724

McCULLAGH

Antrim

Armagh

1744 Feb 22

Memorial of Indenture; 1st pt James ROSS merchant of Belfast; 2nd pt James McCULLOCH Esq of Piedmount, Co Antrim; 3rd pt Rev. Hugh HILL of Mounthill Co Antrim (with ref to an indenture dated 29 Aug 1744(!) between James McCULLOCH, Dorothy Beresford SHAW otherwise McCULLOCH & James ROSS). Ballygrogan, Co Antrim. NOTE: I need to check possible connections to the REEDs of Rahans.

 

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477

81632

JOHNSTON

Monaghan

1745 Jun 24

Robert JOHNSTON – NOBLE  1748-58

Image 230

BTW Richard DAWSON of City of Dublin Alderman of 1st pt; Edward DAWSON of Inagh otherwise Enagh Co. Monaghan Gent & Margaret DAWSON his wife of 2nd pt. John GALBRAITH of Corkeran Co. Monaghan Gent of 3rd pt; Brabazon NOBLE of the Cuty of ____ Gent of 4th pt and Robert JOHNSTON of said City Gent of 5th pt. Reciting lease 1738 Jun 18 Edward DAWSON did for consideration release to Richard DAWSON one half moiety of the townland of Enagh otherwise Enagh Co. Monaghan and Richard DAWSON transferred to Brabazon NOBLE for payment of £350 WITNESS: James BYRNE & Hugh FINEGAN. NOTE A daughter of Edward DAWSON & Margaret married Andrew OLIVER (1748-abt 1790) of Tullymore & Newtownhamilton Co. Armagh.

 

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90

79755

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1744 Oct 4

McCULLOCH Jas & Dorothy Beresford SHAW orse McCULLOCH

Dorothy Beresford SHAW orse McCULLOCH of Antrim of one pt & James McCULLOCH of Piedmount, Antrim of other pt reciting deed made May 1, 1706 by Charles O’NEIL and John O’NEIL of Shanes Castle & Charity O’NEIL his wife, and Henry ECHLIN of Co. Dublin Knight of the 1st pt.. Patrick McCULLOCH of Grogan in said Co. Antrim gent of the 4th pt [lots of lands in Barony of Tom, Co. Antrim] demised to James McCULLOCH of Grogan for three lives renewable forever… lots more lands…… also included 357 a 2r 30p in Camlough and  77 acres in Tullyvallen – both in Fews, Co. Armagh

 

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237

80607

OLIVER

Armagh

1744 Jan 24

WALKER-GLENNY Notes in 2009 diary 1739-1810

Image 130

Ballynahonemore

Between Gervis WALKER of Killmakue (Kilmacrew) Co. Armagh, Gent of 1 part & Isaac GLENNY of Savalmore, Parish of Newry, Co. Down for 500 WALKER let to GLENNY lands in Ballynahonemore lease of 21 years WITNESS: John QUINN, City of Armagh, Gent & George BURLEIGH, City of Armagh, Innkeeper; Hugh CUMING of Kearnyhill, Gent; John MELLING of Newry, Co. Down, Merchant.

 

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91

81938

HAMILTON

Armagh

1745 Aug 15

MITCHELL-HAMILTON

Henry MITCHELL of the City of Dublin esq. of the pt  & Alexander HAMILTON  of  said City Esq. of the other part  wherin Henry MITCHELL for consideration of payment demised etc to Alexander HAMILTON his heirs and assigns all that the town & Lands of Tullyvallin otherwise Tullyvallen  otherwise Tullyvallan or Ballyvallen Drumill otherwise Drumhill & Tullynavall otherwise Tullynavall situate in the Barony of the Fews Co. Ardmagh with the Appurs Royal  [???] and conveyed by John BALL Esq…. for lives….… other lands … lives of Alexander HAMILTON & Hugh HAMILTON & Robert HAMILTON sons of Alexander HAMILTON as conveyed by John BALL Esq. WITNESSSES:  Robert KING of City of Dublin Gent & Robert WALLIS of the same City, Public Notary.

 

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524

83508

JACKSON, William

Louth

Armagh

1745 Oct 19

RORKE Name index entry- but not at 435 . #83508 is on pg 524 1746-1758 WIGLEY-BURROWS tripartite deed.

Manor of Forkhill & long list of townlands in Co. Louth & Armagh. The name of William JACKSON did not show up in the memorial, but I suspect he may have been connected to this memorial because of the Forkhill connection.

 

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67

85689

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1746 Apr 26

BALLANGE 1746-1758 Image 42

Btw Richard JACKSON Esq. of City of Dublin of 1 pt & John BALLANGE of City of Dublin Merchant of the other …house messuage or tenement South Side of King Street near St. Stephens Green formerly in the possession of ___ TERRENCE,  deceased containing the yard behind the same containing in depth from front to rere abt 86’;  in front 20’ 10” and in rere 20’ 4” bounded on the East with the house lately in possession of Samuel HOPE on the west with the house late in possession of William HUDDLESTON on the north with the Kings pavement and on the south with the ground lately in possession of DEACON with Liberty to John BALLANGE.to bring his heavy goods to his warehouse through the Gateway under the house … WITNESS Gorges Edmund HOWARD of City of Dublin Gent, & Peter BARRE of same City merchant. NOTE: Gorges Edmund HOWARD (1715-1786) was a 1st cousin once removed of Richard JACKSON (1722-1787) of Forkhill, Co. Armagh. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

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245

86826

OLIVER

Armagh

1717 Jun 18

WALKER-Matthew HENDERSON Notes in 2009 diary 1739-1810

Between George WALKER of Killmakew, Parish of Armagh, Gent & Matthew HENDERSON of Ballynahonemore, Parish & Co. Armagh, farmer. George WALKER demised to Matthew HENDERSON land in Ballynahonemore, Parish of Armagh containing about 53 acres ... term 19 years. WITNESS: George BURLEY of Armagh, innkeeper, John WHITTINGTON late of same place Gent, since deceased; Alexander HUTCHESON of City of Dublin, Gent.

 

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257

8694

McCULLAGH & WALKER

Armagh

1747 Nov 14

WALKER-McCULLAGH

NAMES: Gervais WALKER of Kilmacrew, Co. Armagh; William McCULLAGH of Ballynahonemore, Co. Armagh; James NEILSON; John WAGH; George WALKER of Newry, Co. Down; James DUNLAP of Drumhirk, Parish of Derrynoose, Co. Armagh; Adam DUNLAP; Hugh CUMING of Kerneyhill, Co. Armagh; Alexander McCULLAGH of Ballynahonemore. OTHER NAMES: HUTCHINSON, JACKSON, GLENNY, HENDERSON.

A Memorial of an indented deed of lease bearing date 13th Jan 1727-8 made between Gervais WALKER of Kilmacrew in the Parish and County of Armagh  Gent of the one part and William McCULLAGH of Ballynahonemore in the said Parish & County  farmer of the other part.  Whereby the said Gervais WALKER for the consideration of £50  to him the said Gervais in hand paid by said William McCULLAGH all that the quarter part of the south ward of the townland of Ballynhonemore aforesaid in the Parish and County of Armagh  as then formerly held by James NEILSON Deceased & John WAGH [aka WAUGH?] containing by estimation 100 acres English  measure ... term of 19 years rent of £12 Ster. [NOTE a sub lease from the Lord Archbishop of Armagh with rights of renewal]. Witnesses George WALKER now of Newry, Co. Down & James DUNLAP of Drumkirk of Co. Armagh  Adam DUNLAP decd [this is confusing]  Hugh CUMING of Kerneyhill, Co. Armagh & Alexander McCULLAGH of Ballynahonemore

 

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86362

DONALDSON

Armagh

1739-1810

FIELD to DONALDSON Irish St. Armagh

 

 

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249

86941

WALKER McCULLAGH

Armagh

1747 Nov 14

WALKER-McCULLAGH 1739-1810 Kilmacrew, Ballinahonemore

Deed of 1 Nov 1744 between Gervais WALKER of Kilmacrew, Co. Armagh Gent. & Alexander McCULLAGH Ballynahonemore, Co. Armagh. WALKER leased to McCULLAGH land formerly in possession of Ann GILLAND of Ballynahonemore & then in possession of said Alexander McCULLAGH. WITNESS: Leonard GILLESPIE of Kernascobe, Co. Armagh, linen weaver & Hugh CUMMING of Kearnyhill, Co. Armagh, Gent. NOTE: I also had this recorded as Deed# 26941

 

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294

89139

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1748 Jun 30

WALKER- G McCULLAGH NOTES in 2009 diary 1739-1810 Ballynahonemore

Kilmacrew

Gervaise WALKER of Killmakue (Kilmacrew) Parish & Co. Armagh, Gent & Henry CUST Esq. For £600 granted lands in Ballinahonemore cont 500 acres NOTE: I didn’t see any mention of McCULLAGH

 

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438

89745

WALKER

Armagh

1747 Aug 18

WALKER-GLENNY Image 536

 Ballynahonemore Between Gervaise WALKER of Kilmacrew Co. Armagh Gent & Isaac GLENNY of Savelmore, Co. Down, Gent. Lands at Ballynahonemore then in possession of Gervaise WALKER. WITNESS: George BELL of Town & Co Armagh & John CUMING of Kearney Hill, Co.. Armagh. NOTES in 2009 diary

 

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542

93250

BALL, John

Armagh

1749 Dec 20

Image 599

John BALL of Three Castles, Co. Kilkenny Esq. demised to John JOHNSTON of Rockborough, Co. Armagh Townlands of Cargahrovaddy & Tullynemalog Parish of Creggan, Barony of Fews Co. Armagh .. WITNESS: Edward RANSFORD & Robert RANSFORD both of City of Dublin Gent John JOHNSTON [SEAL]

 

135

329

91616

JACKSON, Dorothy

Armagh

1745 Oct 1

COOPER 1746-1758

Btw John BALL of Three Castles, Co. Kilkenny Esq. & Dorothy BALL otherwise JACKSON his wife of 1st pt & William COOPER of City of Dublin Esq Dr of Laws of 2nd pt & Edmund SHANLEY of City of Dublin Gent of 3rd pt. John BALL sold to William COOPER Five Castles, 400 messuages, 600 cottages, 300 Tofts, 200 Gardens, 3 Mills 10 Pigeon Houses, 40 orchards, 1,000 acres of land, 500 acres of meadow, 2,000 acres of Pasture, 100 acres of wood & Underwood, 200 acres of Turf & Heath, & 200 acres of Moor & Marsh.in [list of townlands] Co Armagh. NOTE: Dorothy JACKSON (1696-1760). SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

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416

92044

REED

Armagh

Monaghan

1740 Dec 29

REED-WRIGHT Notes in 2009 diary Lettmicollin, Letvicullen Deed of partition 1739-1810

Between Mary REED, William WRIGHT & Rose WRIGHT (otherwise REED) his wife in Letvicullen. Mary WRIGHT divided and gave to William & Rose ½ of townland & ½ houses ... lives renewable forever having descended to them the said Mary REED & Rose REED, daughters & co-heirs of John REED, deceased ... all lands in Co. Armagh. WITNESS: Arnold MATTHEW of Newtowncorry, Co. Monaghan, Gent & Thomas JAMESON of TanMcEnaly, C. Monaghan, famer. Thomas CRAWFORD of Monaghan in Co. Cavan  (NOTE: It actually said Monaghan in Co. Cavan )

 

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536

96011

JACKSON, Richard

Armagh

Dublin

1750 Sep 6

Richard MAGNENIS to JACKSON

Molloghbane [aka Mullaghbane, Parish Forkill],]

Image 593

Tripartite deed James WIGLEY of Scraploft in Co Leicester, Great Britain, nephew and devisee of Andrew NOELLATE of Scraploft, of 1st pt & Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. of 2nd pt & Richard MAGINNES of City of Dublin of 3rd pt WIGLEY demised to Richard JACKSON all that Manor of Stonebridge otherwise Forkhill and lands of Loghill otherwise Lawhill otherwise Laughill otherwise Longhill otherwise Lanchill otherwise Logehill [?]…Teacum otherwise Teocrom otherwise Teonom otherwise Tivecome upper & lower 2 Cartrons   of Tivecrom otherwise Teevecrom otherwise Carton otherwise Cororum otherwise Coruorum otherwise Tefferom otherwise Towerorwen, [?] Carncksikye otherwise  Carrickistickin otherwise Carrickstrycken otherwise Carrystoitkin otherwise Carrickastickin otherwise Carrickstickin otherwise Carrasticke otherwise Carrysticksockin otherwise Carrickistickin [Carrickastickan, Parish Forkill], Cleiquome otherwise CleyQuomue Otherwise Claymen otherwise Claynew otherwise Clecktrummy otherwise Cloughwinney Otherwise Clocknnive otherwise Clockmwey otherwise Clanen [Cloghinny, Parish Forkill] ,; Aghelwonenewan otherwise Aghdonewell otherwise Aghadonow otherwise Aghadonow otherwise Aghadonan otherwise Aghador otherwise Aghadenove otherwise Aghadonoe otherwise Aghenaff [Aughadanove Parish Forkill]], Corrigillirin otherwise Corgilrine otherwise Colegreen otherwise Coolegreene otherwise Carrickingreen otherwise Carrickilldreen [Carrickaldreen,[Parish Forkill]; Shean otherwise Sheane otherwise Sheean otherwise Shyan otherwise Shian otherwise Sheen [Shean [Parish Forkill]]; Clarkhill otherwise Clargill otherwise Clarehill otherwise Clarechill [Clarkill, [Parish Forkill];  Aghecloghmullen otherwise Aghnackleymullen [Annacloghmullin, Parish Killevy (Upper Orior portion), Barony of Orior Upper]; Corrignegaliah otherwise Knocknogallagh [Based on proximity, possibly Carricknagavna ,[Parish Forkill], Latbirget  ,[Parish Forkill], Monelawne otherwise Monelaw otherwise Monylane otherwise Monylaumf otherwise Moneymore otherwise Worrymore [possibly Money , Parish Kilmore (ONeilland West portion)], Tawnamuddcreeny otherwise Tawymulerire otherwise Tonymuicrire otherwise Tannaghmulhange otherwise Tawnmuaghmillthreene otherwise Tannagh … [possibly Tannaghmore, Parish Mullaghbrack (ONeilland West portion)],  Mullaghbane,[Parish Forkill] and/or Mullaghbane [Parish Mullaghbrack] (ONeilland West portion), Shanroe ,[Parish Forkill], Carrigecorke otherwise Carrighorke otherwise Carrighlokee otherwise Carrownecurke otherwise Carriffnakilly otherwise Carryickcorke otherwise Carrycuske otherwise Carrownecuke [probably Carricknagavna, Parish Forkill],  Leallemore otherwise Legallemore otherwise Leballymore otherwise Levallymore [probably Levallymore, Parish Forkill], Ballicile otherwise Ballekill  [?]  [all in Barony of Orier [Orior Lower] Co. Armagh. WITNESS Timothy WALDO of Salter Hall, London Gent. Thomas DAY of Fleet St London Gent. Jane WIGLEY.

SEE: JACKSONs of Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland and Coleraine, Londonderry Richard JACKSON (1722-1787) of Forkhill.

·  Loughgilly (Upper Orior portion) (4 townlands)

·  Loughilly (Lower Fews portion) (5 townlands)

 

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475

96085

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

Armagh

1750, Sept 14

JACKSON to LENNOX

Image 257

Richard JACKSON of the City of Dublin Esq.  Of the one part and Wm. LENNOX of City of Dublin Esq. Gent For the sum of £5,000 - Literally dozens of townlands in the Barony of Orier, Co Armagh were transferred [too many names and variants of names to list] SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

140

504

96265

JACKSON, Richard

Antrim

Dublin

1750 Aug 17

CROMIE 1746-1758

Image 272

btw Hon Michael WARD Esq one of the trustees & Justices of the Court of Kings bench & Hugh BOYD lately of Drumawillin but now of Ballycastle Co. Antrim last surviving executor of Richard JACKSON Esq late of City of Dublin deceased, & Alexander McAULEY Esq. of City of Dublin only son and heir of Alexander McAULEY Esq.  deceased of Drumnagesson, Co Antrim and Mary CROMBIE widow & Relict of Andrew CROMBIE  late of City of Dublin, merchant, deceased of the other pt. and the release made btw Michael WARD, Hugh BOYD and Richard JACKSON only son and residual legatee of Richard JACKSON of the 1st pt Alexander McAULEY of the 2nd pt & Mary CROMBIE of the 3rd pt. whereby the said Michael WARD, Hugh BOYD and Alexander McAULEY for consideration mentioned granted to Mary CROMBIE 2 quarter lands of Ballyhomes [townland in Parish Dunluce, 516a), the quarter land of Drumcrotagh (In Parish of Derrykeighan, 252a), the quarter land of Maghreboy (parish Kilraghts), the quarter land of Carnaff (Parish of Derrykeighan, 268a), the quarter land of Lisnabragh (Parish of Derrykeighan 188a), the quarter land of Ballybullion (Parish ?), and the two quarter lands of Brachoghs (possibly Breckagh, Parish of Ballymoney) all situate in Barony of Dunluce, Co. Antrim & the quarter land of Drumnegesson (Parish of Ballintoy, 349a), the quarter land of Drumnagee (Parish of Ballintoy, 229a), the two quarter lands of Ballyboys (Parish ?) Barony of Cary, Co. Antrim. WITNESS: Richard MAGENNIS & Andrew MATTHEWS both of City of Dublin, Gents. Memorial by Hugh BOYD  WITNESS: Richard MAGENNIS & Samuel WALLACE City of Dublin Gent & release Richard JACKSON and Alexander McAULEY WITNESS: Richard MAGENNIS & Samuel WALLACE. NOTE: These townlands are clustered in the upper north-western part of Antrim, bordering on Coleraine in Co. Londonderry. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine. Hugh BOYD (1690-1765) was a brother of Elizabeth BOYD, wife of Richard JACKSON (1673-1730) of Dublin. Richard JACKSON (1722-1765) was likely their only surviving son at this time. He was the Richard JACKSON of Forkhill Lodge, Co. Armagh.

 

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SCOTT

Armagh

1750 Aug 1

 Btw John SCOTT of Armagh & Mary SCOTT his wife. Richard SCOTT of Umgola eldest son of  sd John SCOTT by sd Mary & John SCOTT of Armagh 2nd and youngest son of 1st part. Andrew KNIGHT of Killcumber Co. Monaghan Gent of other pt.  for sum of 470 pounds pd to Mary Richard & John SCOTT granted lands of Corcummins & the corn mill with the toll grist and one half of the fourth part of the bog of Correskea… purchase made in trust for sole use of Rev. Dr James KNIGHT sen fellow of Trinity College Dublin.

 

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95711

GILLMORE, Robert

Armagh

1750 Jul 28

VERNER to ACHESON 1739-1810 Feduffe

Indenture of release btw Thomas VERNER of Dublin Gent of 1st pt & Robert GILLMORE of Ardonnell Co Armagh Gent & Olivia GILLMORE otherwise CARY the wife of the 2nd.. in consid of 1,132 pounds 1 s 2d  released to Arthur ACHESON… land of Mount Hamilton otherwise Ardgonnell… etc

 

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JACKSON, William

Dublin

Drogheda

1750 Aug 9

HOWARD 1746-1758

A Declaration of trust executed by William JACKSON of Dublin Gent & Thomas HAMLIN of Drogheda Gent Re: Funds for upkeep of Gorges Edmund HOWARD. NOTE: This is probably relating to William JACKSON (1695-1744). Gorges Edmund HOWARD (1715-1785) was a son of Francis HOWARD & Elizabeth JACKSON. He was also a 1st cousin once removed of Richard JACKSON (1722-1787) of Forkhill, Co. Armagh. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine. SEE: ROD 143-109-95843

 

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JACKSON, Richard

Armagh

1750 Mar 2

BLASSETT

Image 505

Richard JACKSON of Forkhill, Co. Armagh Esq. demised to Jane BLOSSETT of Dublin widow, all that house or townland wherein Mrs. Margaret [SORIN?] then lately dwelt bounding east to a House built by Mr. SWEETMAN & West to the house known by the sign of the Black Lyon on south side of Kings Street near St. Stephens Green for 31 years at yearly rent of £.12 with a clause of surrender every 3rd year giving 6 months notice… WITNESS: Charlotte CRAMEKE of Dublin spinster & Julia BLOSSETT daughter of Jane BLOSSETT & Jane BLOSSETT

 

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DOBBIN

Armagh

1739-1810

MARTIN to DOBBIN – lots of DOBBINs mentioned Scotch St, Armagh

 

 

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JACKSON, Richard

Cavan

Armagh

1750 May 29

Cecil HAMILTON

Image 209

Poll of assignment & surrender re: 6 May 1749 btw Arthur Cecil HAMILTON of Castle Hamilton Co Cavan & Nichola Anne HAMILTON spinster of Castle Hamilton…. Long list of townlands…Nichola Ann HAMILTON had married Richard  JACKSON of Forkhill, Co. Armagh

 

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SEAVER

Armagh

1750 Sept 8

SEAVER-VERNER

Charles SEAVER of Ballinahonebeg, Co. Armagh rented to David VERNER of Gillis, Co. Armagh 20 acres on the south part of the road of Cargagh containing 20 acres 3 roods and 20 perches now in the possession of David VERNER and also that part of said land known by the name of the two fields  called the fourth field and HUTCHESONs field containing 16 acres.. Witnessed John VERNER of Termagranen & Richard SEAVER of Bellaghy both in Co. Armagh Gent. & Thomas CARR of Armagh.

 

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JACKSON, Richard

Armagh

Carlow

1751 May 29

CARRICK NOTE: I had 95958 it was 98958

Richard JACKSON of Forkhill, Co. Armagh husband of Nichola Anne JACKSON daughter of Arthur Cecil HAMILTON was intitled to her 1/3rd  share of Manor of Castletown Co. Carlow. An extensive list of lands is included. This was shortly after her marriage. See: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

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STEEL

Armagh

1751 Mar 25

Thomas STEEL – TOOL

Image 464

BTW Thomas STEELE of City of Dublin merchant demised to John TOOLE of City of Dublin demised warehouse then enjoyed by Mr. Thomas PRESTEN at the South end of Yorkminster Yard leading from Smock Alley and also warehouse on the East Side of said yard and likewise  two rooms built over the late Francis RUSSELLs kitchen adjoining the warehouse… WITNESS: William CARRICK City of Dublin Cooper & Richard KEATING of City of Dublin Carpenter.

 

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NOBLE, Adam

Monaghan

1752 Feb 4

GRAHAM-NOBLE Ballymacowen 1739-1810

Image 178

Richard GRAHAM of Cullmaine Co. Monaghan Esq. leased to Adam NOBLE of Longfield Co. Monaghan Gent all tha holding now in possession of Adam NOBLE formerly enjoyed by Phelemy O.NEILL Hugh KELLY and partners being part of Ballymacowen In Barony of Fews, Co. Armagh. …. WITNESS: Brabazon NOBLE & Thomas NOBLE.

 

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JOHNSTON

Down

Armagh

1750 Jul 19

 

Long deed  -  Richard JOHNSTON of Gilford Co. Down. Many names and places…. Rev Dr. John KEARNY of Loughgilly, Co. Armagh Charles STEWART of Madden Court, Co. Armagh Gent Sole [Adinor] of Captain John STEWART late of Lisglin, Co. Armagh deceased.

 

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McCULLAGH

Armagh

1752, Nov 6

McCULLAGH, Grizzell - McCULLAGH Drumsallagh,

Between Grizel McCULLAGH of Cullinbragh widow & relict & Archibald McCULLAGH late of Cullintragh Co. Armagh Deceased and one of the executors of the last will and testament of the said Archibald McCULLAGH deceased of the one part & John McCULLAGH of the other part. Whereby the said Grizel McCULLAGH in consideration of 5s paid to her did convey to the said John McCULLAGH .. lands of Drumsallagh, Co. Armagh . Witnessed by Hugh McCULLAGH of Killylea & Robert CLARK of Lisnafiddy [aka Lisnafeedy], both in Co. Armagh  & Hugh McCULLAGH  and John SCOTT both of City of Armagh yeoman. SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

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McCULLAGH

Armagh

Antrim

1752 Oct 17

McCULLOCH Jas to SHAW 1746-1758

Image 190

between James McCULLOCH of the Barony of Fews Co Armagh Esq. of the first part and Dorothy Beresford otherwise McCULLOCH of Antrim in the County of Antrim, widow of the other part reciting the James McCULLOCH demised to Dorothy Beresford Shaw otherwise McCULLOCH all that part of the town… List of lands including Tullyvallen …. All in Barony of Fews, County Armagh. WITNESS: John McCULLOCK of Antrim… SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

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HALL

Armagh

1752 Jul 21

Image 422

HALL-The incorporated Society for Protestant Schools Liscalgot

Deeds of Lease and release bearing date respectively the 20th and 21st days of July 1752 by which release Francis HALL of Strangeford, Co. Down, Esq. did demise and grant unto the Incorporated Society in Dublin for promoting Protestant Schools in Ireland all that part of the lands of Lisacalgeth then in possession  of the said Incorporated Society containing 29a Parish of Creggan, Barony Fews Co. Armagh for natural lives [of royalty] for yearly rent of £3.12.6. WITNESS: James KENNEDY of Downpatrick, Doctor of Physic & Hugh THOMILTY of the said town of Strangford, Merchant

 

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133

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McCULLAGH

Antrim

1753 Jan 10

McCULLOCH David & wife to McCULLOCH

David McCULLOCH and Jane McCULLOUGH otherwise YOUNG his wife of town of Antrim & James McCULLOCH of Camoly Co Armagh… in consid of marriage – lands of Ballynickle. SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

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BALL,

Kilkenny

Armagh

1752 Apr 12

Image 597

BTW John BALL of Three Castles in Co. Kilkenny sq. in consideration of two leases made by said John BALL to John JOHNSTON of Rocksborough Co. Armagh lands of Darsylesdrumgranny, Darsymullaghglass & the strip of Carnally & all of Tullynemullogh in Barony of Fews Co. Armagh [description of gardens, mills etc] .. WITNESS: Richard BENSON & John KELLY.

 

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81

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REED

Monaghan

Armagh

1739-1810

REED-FORD Lettmicollin

 

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LESLIE

Monaghan Dublin Armagh

Down

1753 Aug 21-22

LESLIE-Bishop of Clogher Book 45 (1739-1810) Laragh Corfad Tullycorbett,

Between Henry LESLIE Rector of Tullycorbett, Co. Monaghan of 1st part & Rev. Robert Lord Bishop of Clogher & Richard DAWSON of City of Dublin Esq. Of 1st part .. leases between said Henry LESLIE of the 1st part & Rt. Hon Arthur HILL of Bellvoir, Co. Down Esq. ... Catherine MEREDITH eldest daughter of Revd. Charles MEREDITH late Dean of Ardfert dec’d spinster of the 2nd part ... town and lands of Laragh, Lissanees otherwise Anyaise Clogher Carnehod otherwise Cornahow Corfad Drummane (lots more info...)

 

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561

111118

PRINGLE

Armagh

1743 Dec 21

PRINGLE-ENERY Killynure

A Meml of an Inentd Deed Tripartate being date the Twenty first day of December one Thousand & seven hundred & fifty three made between the Reverend Robert PRINGLE of Maddincourt in the County of Armagh Clke of the first part Thomas ENERY of the City of Dublin Esq & Henry PRINGLE Esq. Lieutenant in General Blakenies Regiment of Foot of the second part & Frans ENERY spinster eldest daughter of the Reverend Doctor William ENERY of Killishandra in the County of Cavan of the third part. Reciting that a marriage was intended to be shortly had between the said Robert PRINGLE and the said Frans ENERY; ….(so it seems) … the lands of Doogry, Enogh, Lisbanoe, Kennedies, Aghavilly, Lislea, Killynure & Magherarville “…  to the use & intent that the sd Frances in case she should survive the said Robert might have and receive thereout for her jointure an Annuity of one hundred pounds Sterl …”

 

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PRINGLE

Armagh

1750 Oct 26

PRINGLE-PRINGLE 1746-1751

Image 209

Between Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Hall Co Armagh Esquire and the Reverend Philip SKELTON, Klerk and Sarah PRINGLE, widow, executors the last will and Testament of John PRINGLE late of Calledon in County Tyrone Esquire deceased of the one part; and William PRINGLE third son of the said John PRINGLE of the other part (and the release being endorsed on a lease bearing date the 31st day of October 1735 made between Margaret HAMILTON of Calledon [aka Calladon] aforesaid spinster of the one part and the said John Pringle of the other part whereby the said Margaret HAMILTON demise to John PRINGLE his heirs and assigns for the term of three lives at the yearly rent of £60 town and lands of Anaghroa & Anagheramph is then meared and bounded in the possession of the said John PRINGLE, Barony of Dungannon, County Tyrone. Robert MAXWELL, Philip SKELTON, and Sarah PRINGLE assigned to William Pringle in his actual possession, to hold for three lives. WITNESS: Reverend Robert PRINGLE, clerk, and Robert ELLIS, gent, both of Caledon aforesaid.

 

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McMURRAY

WADDELL

Down

Armagh

1754 Feb 4

WADDELL to McMURREY 1739-1810 (TI Bk 45) Drumgaviny

NAMES: Robert WADDELL of Lisnaveane; James McMURRAY of Drumgavney; Alexander WADDELL of Island Derry, Co. Down; Robert MAXWELL, son of Capt MAXWELL of College Hill, Co. Armagh; John ECHLIN son of Rev. Robert ECHLIN; William DUNLAP of Ballybay; Mary WADDELL nee STUART; David GILLESPY of Drummuck; Thomas NOBLE of Donamoyne; Richard EXHAM & Alexander MONTGOMERY.

 

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OLIVER, Andrew & Sarah

Tyrone

Armagh

1754, Feb 9

OLIVER, Andrew - NORRIS 1746-1758

James NORRIS of Torrehage [AKA Tannagh], Parish of Aghaloo, Co. Tyrone; Charles NORRIS of Larakeen AKA Lairakeen, Parish of Aghaloo, Co. Tyrone; Andrew OLIVER of the Parish of Tynan (possibly Lislooney); Sarah OLIVER, daughter of Andrew OLIVER; Margaret HAMILTON, Countess of Orrey; Ben OLIVER of Farmacartley AKA Farmacaffley; John CALDWELL of Caledon, Co. Tyrone; Robert BRENAN of Glaslough, Co. Monaghan. (etc) sworn at Monaghan, Co. Monaghan 16 Oct 1753 .NOTE: This was previously dated 1754 Feb 9th - likely the date it was registered, not made

 

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127

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PRINGLE

Tyrone

Armagh

1750 Oct 26

PRINGLE-PRINGLE1746-1751

Image 407

between Reverend Doctor Robert MAXWELL then of Fellows Hall in County Armagh, since deceased of the one part and John PRINGLE then Junior of Caledon in County Tyrone gent. Since deceased of the other part … Lands of Dowgry, 161a, Parish of Tynan

 

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292

112521

WALKER

Armagh

1739-1810

WALKER-CULLEN

 

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356

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DONALDSON, Alexander

Armagh

1740 Nov 19

Image 515

BTW Randal DONNELSON of Castle Dillon Co. Armagh Esq of 1 pt & Alexander DONNALSON of Phillipstown. Quarter of Cloghoge commonly called McShane’s Quarter, Co. Armagh for lives of Samuel DONNALDSON and Joseph DONNALDSON 4th & 5th sons of Alexander DONNALDSON. Witness: John DONNALDSON of Castle Dillon man servant to Randal DONNALDSON and by Hugh McMASTER of Foxfield, Co. Armagh farmer.

NOTE: Alexander DONALDSON (1671-1776). It is possible that John DONALDSON (his eldest son) was the John DONALDSON manservant to Randal DONALDSON

 

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414

119399

JACKSON,

Mary & husb

Armagh

Dublin

1755 Nov 15

OBINS & wife-BLACKER Book Index 1758-1768

Btw Anthony OBINS of Portadown Co Armagh Chirugeon & Mary OBINS otherwise BURLEIGH otherwise JACKSON his wife and Samuel BLACKER of Dublin

 

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120047

JACKSON, Charles

Armagh

1756 Feb 17

JACKSON-HUTCHINSON Book Index 1758-1768

Charles JACKSON near town of Armagh bond payable to Samuel HUTCHESON of Killiny, Co Armagh; interest payable to George HUTCHESON of Killuny for park of land in Parish & Co Armagh was demised to said Charles JACKSON by Thomas Townley DAWSON of Dublin. Witnesses incl  John KENNEDY & William DICKY both of Armagh, Co. Armagh

 

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360

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McCULLAGH

Armagh

1756 May 8

McCULLAGH John to LEVINGTON 1746-1758

Image 190

John McCULLAGH of Drumsallen, Parish & Co Armagh of 1 pt & Archibald LIVINGSTON & Nichola LIVINGSTON his the said John McCULLAGH’s nephew & niece of the other part ... made over parcel of land Seikiak in townland Drumsallaen to him that had been granted to his father Archibald McCULLOGH by Mrs. Jane BOND. WITNESS; Hugh CUMING of Belfaran, Co. Antrim, Andrew PRENTICE of Armagh, Co Armagh Gent. NOTE: In terms of OLIVER-McCULLAGH connections it is worth noting that Drumsallen borders on Mullintur. SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

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13

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DONALDSON

Armagh

1739-1810

DONNALDSON-DONNALDSON Freduff aka Freeduff

DONALDSON-DONALDSON Book 2 (1739-1810)

 

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44

120046

JACKSON, Charles

Armagh

1756 Feb 10

JACKSON-HUTCHESON Book Index 1758-1768

Charles JACKSON, city of Armagh, yeoman bond payable to George HUTCHESON of Killuny Gent land in possession of Charles JACKSON previously enjoyed by Alexander MORTON late of City of Armagh. echoes deed 180-181-120047.

 

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430

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NOBLE

Monaghan Longford

1746 Sep 1

GRAHAM-NOBLE 1739-1810 Armaghbregagh Ballymacowen

Btw Richard GRAHAM of Culmain, Co. Monaghan & Adam NOBLE of Longfield in said Co. Gent.

 

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WRIGHT

Monaghan

Armagh

1757 Apr 5

WRIGHT & Wife- GRAHAM  1739-1810 Lettmicollin

Image 417

BTW William WRIGHT & Rose WRIGHT otherwise REED his wife of Monage Co. Monaghan of 1st pt. Reedy WRIGHT of Monage Co. Monaghan weaver eldest son and heir of William WRIGHT and Rose WRIGHT of 2nd pt & Capt Arthur GRAHAM of City of Dublin Esq. of 3rd pt. … release of land of Lettmicollen as the same was demised to John REED deceased by Arthur GRAHAM late of Ballyheridan Co. Armagh deceased … William WRIGHT [SEAL]

 

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20

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BALL, John

Armagh

Kilkenny

1757 Jan 10

Image 17

 SOURCE: Original Notes from TGF Paterson:

John BALL of Three Castles, Co. Kilkenny. Esq  of 1 pt to Henry HARDEN of Harrybrooke Co Armagh Gent of other pt  for £166  BALL set to HARDEN townland of Ballyenan als Balls Moor 50 acres in Parish Loughgilly Co Armagh late in tenancy of Rev. Dr. J. KEARNEY with liberty to sell turf off it for life of James HARDEN son of said Henry & lives of St John BLACKER son of Samuel BLACKER of Tandragee & William BLACKER 2nd son of William BLACKER of Carrick, Co Armagh. for 61 years. WITNESSES: John JOHNSTON of Roxboro Esq. James HARDY of Dromart, junior, linen draper both of Co. Armagh. WITNESS: John JOHNSTON of Roxborough Esq. & James HARDY of Dromart Linen Draper all in said Co. [Armagh] John BALL [SEAL] NOTE: John BALL was the husband of Dorothy JACKSON. See JACKSONs of Colerain

 

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McCULLAGH

Armagh

1757 Feb 18

McCULLOCH Jas to MURPHY 1746-1758

Image 481

James McCULLAGH of Camley, Co. Armagh Esq. demised to Christopher MURPHY and Michael MURPHY of Crewmeycee in Co. Armagh lands of Lissawry part of town and lands of Crewmeyer in ther actual possession 160a in Barony of Fews Co. Armagh saving and reserving all Timber or other Trees underground and & one moiety of Woods and Underwoods & Timber … Mines, Minerals, Quarries & Royalties & all Waters Watercourses Mills Milldams Wires & Roads with Liberty to cut turf. … WITNESS: John McILVINE of the Fews farmer & James MACULLA of Armagh, Co. Armagh Gent. Memorial WITNESS: James MACULLA & Patrick HOUSTON of Armagh, Co. Armagh Apothecary. James McCULLOCH [SEAL]

SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

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McCULLAGH

Armagh

1757 Feb 18

McCULLOCH Jas to CALLAHAN 1746-1758

Image 481

James McCULLAGH of Camoley, Co. Armagh Esq. of 1 pt & James CALLAHAN of Glassdrumaghy Co. Armagh Gent of other pt.  Part of Townlands of Glassdrumaghy & Corrackminconey in his actual possession 11a … in Barony of Fews … WITNESS: Patrick CALLAGHAN of the Fews Co. Armagh farmer & James MACALLA of Armagh, Co. Armagh Gent. WITNESS: James MACULLA & Patrick HOUSTON of Armagh, Co. Armagh Apothecary. James McCULLOCH [SEAL]

SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

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McCULLAGH

Armagh

1757 Feb 18

McCULLOCH Jas to CALLAHAN 1746-1758

Image 482

James McCULLAGH of Camoley, Co. Armagh Esq. of 1 pt & Patrick CALLAHAN of Mongoleagh Co. Armagh Gent of other pt.  Part of Townland of Mongoleagh Crewkeyrer Corrackinconey in his actual possession 99a … in Barony of Fews … WITNESS: Patrick CALLAGHAN of the Fews Co. Armagh farmer & James MACALLA of Armagh, Co. Armagh Gent. WITNESS: James MACULLA & Patrick HOUSTON of Armagh, Co. Armagh Apothecary. James McCULLOCH [SEAL]

SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

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McCULLAGH

 

1757 Oct 24

McCULLOCH Alexr to HUTCHINSON 1746-1758

Image 574

BTW Alexander McCULLAGH of Town & Co. Armagh Innkeeper of 1 pt; Leland HUTCHESON of Killuny in Parish & Co. Armagh Ghent of other. In consideration of £305.16.4 granted to Leland HUTCHESON part of lower half townland of Ballynerry in Parish Mullaghbrack Co. Armagh containing 80a formerly held by Alexander COODY … lives of Alexander COODY in said deed of release mentioned James McCULLAGH & William McCULLAGH sons of said Alexander McCULLAGH … lands of Blackwater Town then in possession of Alexander McCULLAGH containing in front 82’ with gateways into the Backyard as the same was laid out South joining the road leaing to the Bridge of said Blackwater Town & on the Eastside joining Falls Tenement 93’ backwards from the front *=& in the Northside 92’ including the breadth of the Gateway down from the front & West side joining John HENDERSON’s tenement 93’ contains 31 1/4p in Blackwater Town Co. Armagh. WITNESS: Hugh CUMING of Beltaran Co. Armagh Gent & Andrew PRENTICE of Town & Co. Armagh Gent & John SCOTT of Armagh, Co. Armagh Gent.

SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

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20

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BALL, John

Armagh

Kilkenny

1757 Jan 10

Image 17

 SOURCE: Original Notes from TGF Paterson:

John BALL of Three Castles, Co. Kilkenny. Esq  of 1 pt to Henry HARDEN of Harrybrooke Co Armagh Gent of other pt  for £166  BALL set to HARDEN townland of Ballyenan als Balls Moor 50 acres in Parish Loughgilly Co Armagh late in tenancy of Rev. Dr. J. KEARNEY with liberty to sell turf off it for life of James HARDEN son of said Henry & lives of St John BLACKER son of Samuel BLACKER of Tandragee & William BLACKER 2nd son of William BLACKER of Carrick, Co Armagh. for 61 years. WITNESSES: John JOHNSTON of Roxboro Esq. James HARDY of Dromart, junior, linen draper both of Co. Armagh. WITNESS: John JOHNSTON of Roxborough Esq. & James HARDY of Dromart Linen Draper all in said Co. [Armagh] John BALL [SEAL] NOTE: John BALL was the husband of Dorothy JACKSON. See JACKSONs of Colerain

 

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126001

GILMORE

Armagh

1739-1810

GILMER-SCOTT Adamsfield See below # 126002.

 

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126002

GILLMER

Armagh

7 Nov 1757

GILLMER James deceased. Lease of property at Monoony, 20 years, 7s:3d per acre pa, renewable if George BAKER late of Monoony obtains renewal from heirs of late James GILLMER signed as acting exor of Archibald SCOTT of Killilea. Sworn 6 Aug 1757, AnneChamney

 

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PRINGLE

Armagh

Monaghan

Fermanagh

1757 Nov 17

PRINGLE-NIXON Killynure

Btw Rev. Robert PRINGLE of Madden Co Armagh clk of the 1 pt & Rev. Adam NIXON of Clontebrit, Co Monaghan & Richard HASSARD of Garden Hill Co Fermnanagh of other pt. btween said Robert PRINGLE &  Frances PRINGLE otherwise ENERY of the 1st pt ; Adam NIXON & Richard HASSARD of the 2nd pt & Arthur ROBINSON of Ballynametagh Co Armagh Esq. and William PRINGLE of Caledon Co Tyrone Gent of the 3rd pt…. nd the said Robert PRINGLE sold to Adam NIXON & Richard HASSARD the town and land of the Kennedies containing one Balliboe Enoghsegert otherwise Enoghsogart containing one ballyboe Lisbano otherwise Lisonowe containing one ballyboe Magherarville otherwise Maghererrall containing one Balliboe Killyneure otherwise Killonure containing one ballyboe Aghamilly otherwise Aughavilly containing one Balliboe Lislea otherwise Lislough all situate lying and being in the County of Armagh… held by Robert PRINGLE by lease from and under the Vicars Choral and Organists of the Cathedral Church of St Patrick Armagh. To set the lands to Adam NIXON & Richard HASSARD their heirs etc. WITNESS: Richard WILSON & Hector GRAHAM City of Dublin. NOTE: I looked in NIXON in Names Index to see if there was anything to follow-up on. Not.

 

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DOBBIN

Monaghan

1739-1810

DOBBIN-DOBBIN Book 45 (1739-1810)

Corfad

Image 337

BTW William DOBBIN of Corfad, Co. Monaghan, Gent of 1 pt & Thomas DOBBIN of Armagh Co. Armagh Gent & nephew of William DOBBIN of the other pt…  lease under Rev. Henry LESLIE of Ballybea  [aka Ballybay] Co. Monaghan …lives William DONAWIN Jane DONAWIN son & daughter to John DONAWIN of Narrow Water Co. Down & Margaret TURNER daughter to John TURNER of Corfad. … WITNESS: Hugh CUMING & Isaac GLENNY

 

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DOBBIN

Armagh

1757 Feb 8

Image 411

between Leonard DOBBIN of Curry in Co. Armagh gent of the one part and John McCULLAGH of Cladymore in Co. Armagh gent of the other part. For consideration of £100 for three fields of lands in the townland of Curry known by the name of the bleach green and the two fields adjoining above said green granted by Hugh WALTON of Richhill Co. Armagh two George GRINDLE of Ballynewry Co. Armagh by indenture 5th June 1751 for the lives of Hugh WALTON James WALTON and William WALTON brothers of the said Hugh WALTON and the longest living of them. … half of the corn mill of Corry and half of the land belonging to Anne Jean DOBBIN by the last will and testament of Joseph KIBBEN of Hillsborough Co. Down deceased wife of the said Leonard DOBBIN in right of whom the said Leonard DOBBIN became entitled … mill of Corey and the land belonging with said in the parish of Mullaghbreck Barony Lower Fews, County Armagh witnesses Thomas KENNEDY and John SCOTT of Armagh, County Armagh

 

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1757 Jun 23

Armagh

Dublin

1739-1810

MAXWELL-McCARTNEY Ballyrea

Deed btw Rev. John MAXWELL of Rosebrook, Co. Armagh & Alexander HUTCHESON of City of Dublin Gent exors of the last will and testament of Hans HUTCHESON late of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh, but last of Newry Co Down Gent deceased of the 1 pt;  & James McCARTNEY of Armagh Merchat of the other… and with the consent and approbation of  John MAXWELL of Falkland Co. Monaghan Dr. of Divinity made over to  James McCARTNEY lands of Ballyrea. In Barony & Co of Armagh…. More legal

 

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JACKSON, Richard

Meath

Armagh

1758 Feb 6

 ? CARRICK & ors Book Index 1758-1768 Killishandra etc

Btw Richard JACKSON of Forkhill & wife Nichola Anne JACKSON otherwise HAMILTON youngest daughter of Arthur Cecil HAMILTON… many townlands. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

192

0

127009

MENAGH

Armagh

1757 Oct 17

William STEVENSON of Edinborough, grandson of James STEVENSON, Gent of Stewartstown, Tyrone of 1st part & James MENAGH, Merchant of Lurgan Armagh of 2nd part . NOTE: The property was not mentioned in these notes. For lives of Alexander MATTHEWS & Jane MATTHEWS (daughter of Alexander) and Margaret (wife of Alexander). Also lives of Alexander, Archibald & Daniel BELL. William & Arthur BROWNLOW, both deceased were mentioned. WITNESSES: William CHALONER & Henry DUMAS, both of Lurgan, Co. Armagh.Roz McC

 

194

4

127222

DICKIE

Armagh

1758

DICKIE, William –A raising £30 on lease on property in Armagh from Thomas Townley DAWSON, 17 Aug 1754 for 31 years. Subject to redemption.  lease on Armagh AnneChamley; John SCOTT

 

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56

128620

THOMPSON, Elizabeth

Armagh

1754 Jun 2

THOMPSON, Elizabeth – her will Lettemacullum,

Elizabeth THOMPSON of Derryree, Co. Fernanagh, widow, Husband Edward THOMPSON deceased…left lands in Lettermacullum to son William THOMPSON … daughter Catherine THOMPSON

 

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JACKSON, Richard

Armagh

1758 Jun 19

MITCHELL Book Index 1758-1768 Forkhill,

Image 58

Lease btw Henry HATCH of City of Dublin Esq Henry ARCHDALE of said City merchant & Timothy ALLEN of said City Alderman of one pt & Henry MITCHELL of City of Dublin other part. Release of indenture in 4 parts between  Henry HATCH, Henry ARCHDALL and Timothy ALLEN of one pt; Bartholomew BURTON of City of London of 2nd pt Richard JACKSON of Forkhill, Esq. of 3rd pt & Henry MITCHELL of 4th pt. Lots of lands mentioned in Forkhill in Barony of Orier, Co Armagh. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

See also ROD: 139-536-96011 for details on townlands.

Also ROD:76-2-52415 re Benjamin BURTON of City of Dublin with links to BARKERs and Eagle Hill, Co. Carlow.

 

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302`

130085

JOHNSTON, John

Armagh

1758 Nov 15

 Memorial of a deed bearing date June 24 1754 btw Thos BALE of Cullyhanna , Co. Armagh Esq. of the one pt & John JOHNSTON of Roxborough in the said Co. Gent of the other pt. witnessing that the said Thomas BALL for the consideration demised to John JOHNSTON the Mills of Cashel with 6 acres of land adjoining the said Mills also the strip of land known by the name of Emerinvore… for life of Richard JOHNSTON natural son of John JOHNSTON… confirmed and signed over to Richard JOHNSTON his natural son these lands. WITNESS:  Samuel GORDON of Armagh farmer & James McCULLA of Armagh & John MARMION of Atherdee in Co. Louth Carpenter. NOTE: Richard JOHNSTON (bef 1753-aft 1792) married Anne JACKSON of Creggan, Co. Armagh. SEE: JACKSONs of Urker

 

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408

132684

GILMORE

Armagh

1759 Feb 20

GILMER-HERDMAN Annaghanenagh

Upper pt & half townland of Treigher(?) + Annaghanenagh orse Anaghnenagh in __enagh(?) parish [I suspect this is Annaghboy aka Rosebrook, Parish of Armagh]  - assigned by John GILLMER, Gent, Administrator of goods & chattles of Samuel GILMER, Gent, late of Monconey ARMAGH; dec'd, with consent of George GILMER, Gent, Phebe WILTSILT orse GILMER, widow, of Grange, Co. Tyrone, William YOUNG, Margaret YOUNG, orse GILMER, wife of William YOUNG, Melinda GILMER, spinster, Catherine GILMER, spinster, to Charles HERDMAN, Gent, of Cove(?) Co. Armagh,   for £162 10p halfpenny Ster for himself and other parties and 5s to George GILMER, Phebe WILTSILT orse GILMER, William, as Samuel GILMER held by the grantor, the Lord Primate  and same assigned to Thomas VERNER by JOHNSTON in trust for them the children of Samuel GILMER [... staining] for 21 years [... staining]. REGISTRAR: James SAUNDERS, WITNESSES: Andrew PRENTICE, Gent, Parish & Co. Armagh, Hugh CUMING, parish of Ballycromie [aka Ballycrummy, Parish of Armagh], Co. Armagh. Thanks to Mike Stewart. SEE: JACKSONs of Urker

 

200

373

133537

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1759 Sep 19

McCULLOCH Anne, Henry & Jas to CRAWFORD. This is a marriage agreement concerning the marriage of Robert ALEXANDER & Ann McCULLOCH. Nathaniel ALEXANDER, Alderman of Londonderry to Robert ALEXANDER, 2nd son of Nathaniel ALEXANDER, intended groom £3000. Lands released by Henry McCULLOCH, Esq. of Ballyanton, Londonderry and by Henry McCULLOCH & James McCULLOCH, eldest son and heir in law of William McCULLOCH to James CRAWFORD of Crawfordsburn,, Co. Down & Robert McCLINTOCK, Esq. of Strabane, Tyrone to hold in trust for several uses. Henry McCULLOCH to pay £500 marr portion; Henry McCULLOCH released unto James CRAWFORD & Robert McCLINTOCK   2 messuages on n.side Bishops st Londonderry  bnd on east  [unnamed dissenting] on north by Meeting house yard on west by James COWDEN & ten't of Rev. John CONINGHAM - along with 60p of land on Island of Derry by on East by William HARPER +  212p on Island of Derry bnd on east by perches of Widow GIFFORD, Nathaniel ALEXANDER & Widow MORAN; on south by Thomas YOUNG + 24 p on s.side of rd to Colemore bnd on east by George GUNN on west by Frederick GORDON & Henry DIXON; for life of William DARCUS, 2nd son of Henry DARCUS of Londonderry, Henry DARCUS, 3rd son of Henry DARCUS & Robert DARCUS, 4th son of Henry DARCUS as demised by Society of G0__ [Goldsmiths?] & Assistants of London of new Plantation of Ulster to Nathaniel ALEXANDER. Robert ALEXANDER agreed if Ann McCULLOCH the younger, 2nd daughter of Henry McCULLOCH & Henry McCULLOCH to survive him, then his land to be charged with £50 annuity for Ann McCULLOCH during life of Ann McCULLOCH and Henry McCULLOCH; if Robert ALEXANDER to survive Ann McCULLOCH £2000 to the children; others such intents. Deputy Registrar: James SAUNDERS. WITNESSES: Jane McCULLOCH, spinster of Belfast, Co. Antrim; Samuel CURRY, merchant of Londonderry City; Henry McCULLOCH, servant; Mathew _EALY [MEALY?], yeoman of Camoly, Co. Armagh; Luke _EALY [MEALY?], yeoman of Camoly, Co. Armagh & John ECKLIN, Clerk of Drogheda, Co. Louth.

Thanks to Mike Stewart for notes.

NOTE: Camly (Macullagh) is a townland in the Parish of Newtownhamilton, Barony of Fews Upper, Co. Armagh. A Matthew and Luke MAILEE both show up in the Tithes Applotments of 1830 SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

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JACKSON, Mary

Down

Dublin

1759 Jul 16

BLACKER-OBINS Image 165  BTW Samuel BLACKER of City of Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & Mary OBINS of Portadown, Co. Armagh Widow of the other pt. reciting deed 16th & 17th Nov 1755 btw Anthony OBINS of Portadown, surgeon & Mary OBINS otherwise BURLEIGH otherwise JACKSON his then wife of 1 pt & Samuel BLACKER of the other pt Anthony OBINS his wife in consid of £200 paid by said Samuel BLACKER conferrd lands of Ballooneggane Barony of Lower Evagh, Co. Down … Now that OBINS is dead, money is now due and owing to BLACKER. WITNESS: Thomas KENNEDY of City of Dublin Gent & John BURLEGH of Newry, Co. Down Gent.

 

202

460

134738

JACKSON, John

Armagh

1748 Dec 10

JACKSON-JACKSON Book Index 1758-1768

Btw John JACKSON Derrymore, Co Armagh famer of one pt & John JACKSON the younger of Derrymore aforesaid weaver... dwelling house in possession of John JACKSON younger with one full half of the two islands commonly known of Derrysoose and Derryvernder for the natural lives of Thomas ROE eldest son of George ROE of Derryaugh William JACKSON eldest son of him the said John JACKSON the younger William JACKSON eldest son of George JACKSON of Clancarrish for 40 years in townland of Ballynanary, Parish of Tartaghan, Co. Armagh

 

202

464

134758

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1757 Oct 12

HADDEN & ors-BRYAN & ors

Btw Jane HADDEN otherwise JOHNSTON of Old Aberdeen, Scotland & Josiah BRYAN & Wm BRYAN of City of Dublin Merch of other pt & release made btw sd Jane HADDEN of 1st part William JACKSON of sd city Gent & Mary JACKSON otherwise AICKIN otherwise PAINE his wife of the 2nd part...sd Jane HADDEN heir at law of John JOHNSTON late of Butler’s Lane, City of Dublin by assignment of lease by Alice JOHNSTON his widow... George AICKIN father of Francis AICKIN... Townlands of Westpaldstown, Co. Dublin...

See also: ROD: 372-163-248081 Oct 14, 1785 Btw Richard JACKSON of Forkhill Co Armagh Esq. of the one pt & Sarah BELL of City of Dublin widow of the other part. Reciting that William JACKSON late of the City of Dublin Gent  and Mary JACKSON otherwise [SECHIN?] otherwise PAINE his wife both since deceased by Indenture of Release dated 9 May 1763 in consid of 69 pounds 3 shillings to them lent and advanced by sd Richard JACKSON  granted released and confirmed unto the sd Richard JACKSON all that piece or parcel of ground with an house thereupon built and shed situate lying and being  in Dolphins Barn Lane near the Bridge on the North Side thereof in the Manor and Liberty of Thomas Court  and Donore Co Dublin  containing in front from  the river to Mrs. POOLs holding 62 foot and in the rere from the river to Mr POOLs ditch 78 feet and from the front to Mr POOLs park about 256 feet to the same more or less in as full and ample manner as demised by Thomas WILSON of the City of Dublin Merchant & John HIGGINSON of Dolphins Barn aforesaid. Merchant for three leases renewable forever and as the said John HIGGINSON Granted and Conveyed the same unto Samuel PAINE late of Cork St. Co Dublin, brewer deceased. To hold toward Richard JACKSON his heirs and assigns for three lives then in being and the survivor or survivors of them and for the life and lives of such other person and persons should forever be added to the time and term granted of said recited premises by virtue of the lease which they said William JACKSON and Mary his wife held same and the covenant for perpetual renewal subject to a moiety  of the rents therin contained and subject to the Condition of redemption therin also contained a payment of said sum of  69 pounds  12 shillings with Lawful Interest on a day therein mentioned and long since past and reciting that the said sum with a considerable arrear of interest was still due and owing to said Richard JACKSON. By said deed of which this writing the said Richard JACKSON for the consideration therin mentioned did Grant Release and Confirm unto the said Sarah BELL in her actual possession then being by virtue of the Bargain and Sale  therein mentioned all that the aforesaid premises and all said Richard JACKSON interest therin and thereunto to hold to said Sarah BELL her heirs and assigns forever… WITNESSES: John JOHNSTON City of Dublin; & John BELL. SEE: also Michael JACKSON Clothier of Pimlico.  

 

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137

134510

WILSON

Armagh

1760 Jan 26

HAMPTON-WILSON Ballywooly,

Christopher HAMPTION & John HAMPTON both of Balliwilly, Parish of Kilmore, Co. Armagh, Gent of 1st pt; Robert WILSON of Tandragee, Parish of Armagh of 2nt pt for 238 pounds lands of  part of Ballymurg otherwise Ballywooly and homestead of Killmore called the homestead of Ballywooly, Parish of Kilmore, barony of Oneiland, Co. Armagh

 

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21

135749

 

Armagh

1739-1810

HAMILTON-HAMILTON Balleagh

Marriage arts – David CARLISLE of Drumgreenagh, Parish of Derrynoose, Co. Armagh; George HAMILTON of Belleagh, Parish of Tynan, Co Armagh & John HAMILTON son of George HAMILTON dated Feb 19, 1760 – marriage had taken place between John HAMILTON & Elizabeth CARLISLE daughter to David CARLISLE.

 

208

47

136825

JACKSON, Richard

Armagh

1760 Aug 12

JACKSON-MARSHALL Book Index 1758-1768

Richard JACKSON Sherriff of Armagh Esq of 1 pt & John MARSHALL of Blackwatertown of said Co Armagh, Merchant of other

 

208

448

139296

OATES

Armagh

1750 Apr 28

SEAVER-OATES Book 2 (1739-1810) NOTES in 2009 diary 1739-1810

Between Richard SEAVER of Bellaghy, Co. Armagh, Gent of 1st part & Thomas OATES of Ballynahonebeg, Co. Armagh, Gent of the other part. For £13.8.2 paid by Thomas OATES ... granted part of Ballinahonebeg then in tenure and occupation of Thomas OATS & his undertenants ... formerly held by him and his brother John OATS, deceased.... for term of 17 years WITNESS: John POOLER of Tullymore [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh], Parish & Co. Armagh, Gent & Andrew PRENTICE Town & Co. Armagh, Gent John OATS of Ballynahonebeg Michael SEAVER of Bellaghy. SEE: JACKSONs of Urker for OATES-JACKSON connection.

 

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358

138780

SEAVER

Armagh

1739-1810

SEAVER-ASHMUR Book 2 (1739-1810) Ballynahonebeg

 

209

360

138781

SEAVER

Armagh

1761 Apr 4

SEAVER-JOHNSTON Book 2 (1739-1810) Ballynahonebeg

Image 200

BTW Richard SEAVER of Ballaghyiny Co. Armagh Gent of 1 pt & John JOHNSTON of Annaghgoreiny, Co. Monaghan. Richard SEAVER in consideration of love he had for his grandson John JOHNSTON sold 1/5th pt of two towns of Balinchonebegg [Ballynahonebeg ] & Ballaghtry otherwise Ballaghyin, Co. Armagh …

 

211

36

137458

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1760 Apr 7

McCULLOGH Samuel to TWEEDY 1758-1768

Image 26

BTW William TWEEDY of Drumatee Co. Armagh Gent of 1 pt & Samuel McCULLAGH of Markethill Co. Armagh Merchant of other pt. For £100 TWEEDY to McCULLAGH tenement formerly in possession of Widow LUKE in Markethill adjoining Mrs McCLAINS tenement formerly in possession of Widow REDMOND in townland of Coolinalish [?] 8a English Measure bounded by land formerly belonging to Samuel ADAMS in town of Markethill on Westside of Street and also house on Eastside of Markethill with garden containing 2r 20p adjoining on one sie James James STUART formerly lived on the other side by a house formerly belonging to Archibald WOOD deceased together with one park of land in townland of Markethill containing 5a 2r English Measure also 2 parks of land in townland of Ednekennedy one lying on east side the other on the west side of the Great Road leading from Markethill towards Kilbracks containing 12a 2r together with 1r of Turf Bog on townland of Bryandrum adjoining Ballyany in parish Mullaghbrack Barony of Fews Co. Armagh & held by lease by Sir Archibald ACHESON Bart to said Samuel McCULLAGH now in actual possession of William TWEEDY and his undertenants ..

NOTE: I suspect this was the Samuel McCULLAGH, son of John McCULLAGH of Clady and brother of Janet McCULLAGH wife of William OLIVER (abt 1765-1854) of Brootally. It is possible that he emigrated to America and died in 1809 at Duck River, near Columbia.

 

211

402

140609

JOHNSTON

Tyrone

Armagh

1761 May 14

JOHNSTON-KANE Book 2 (1739-1810) Ballynahonebeg

Btw Galbraith LOWRY of Aghenisinny Co Tyrone& Armor LOWRY of same...... Redmond KENNEDY of Dublin of 3rd pt.. lots of townlands in Co Tyrone & Armagh...Sarah LOWRY wife of Armor LOWRY – long complicated deed...

 

213

292

141162

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1761 Nov 7

KNIPE-JACKSON 1739-1810 Robert JACKSON of the town & Co Armagh merchant of the 4th pt.... Ballymartin

 

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344

443143

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1762 Jun 30

Btw John KNIPE of Ballymahon Co Armagh  Gent of 1 pt & Robert JACKSON Armagh in sd Co Merchant of the other pt.. To do with will of deceased KNIPE

 

217

11

141134

BELL

Armagh

1760 Dec 31

BELL-WILSON Book 2 (1739-1810) 1739-1810 Ballynahonebeg

Btw Umphry BELL John BELL & Nichole BELL executors of last will & test of George BELL late of town & Co Armagh Esq. Dec’d Charles SEAVER of Bellaghy in sd Co Armagh Gent of 2nd part & Robert WILSON of Tandragee Co Armagh Linnen Draper of 3rd pt.... 92 acres made over to WILSON.

 

217

207

143385

 

Armagh

1739-1810

NELSON-BRENNAND Book 2 (1739-1810) Ballynahonebeg

 

218

462

144357

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1762 Oct 23

JACKSON-McGEOUGH Book Index 1758-1768

Robert JACKSON of town & Co Armagh & Wm McGEOUGH of same..... lease of Ballymartin... 336 pounds

 

224

600

148698

McCULLAGH, James & William

Armagh

1763 Dec 1

McCULLOCH Jas & William to DONNELLAN 1758-1768

Image 323

BTW James McCULLAGH of Camoly [Camley], Co. Armagh Esq. & William McCULLAGH of Dublin Merchant surviving executors of the last will and testament of William McCULLAGH late of Piedmont in Co Antrim Esq. deceased of the 1st part. Rt Hon Hercules Langford ROWLEY of Summerhill Co. Meath Esq. sole acting executor & residuary Legatee of the last will and Testament of Hercules ROWLEY late of Summerhill Esq. deceased of the 2nd pt. Arthur UPTON of Castleupton. Co. Antrim Esq. of 3rd pt & Nehemiah DONNELLAN Gov of Carrickfergus Co. Antrim of 4th pt. Reciting that James McCULLOCH and William McCULLOCH executors of the said William M’CULLOCH deceased did for consideration release with consent of Hercules Langford ROWLEY and Arthur UPTON grant to Nehemiah DONNELLAN town and lands of Templepatrick … [many lands in Co. Antrim] for residue of term of 200 years  limited by a Settlement recited in said deed of release to hold [named] lands … WITNESS: Hercules HEYLAND of Belfast Co. Antrim & Michael KELLY Co. Armagh… William McCULLAGH [SEAL]

SEE: ROD 36-491-23759. McCULLAGH connections

 

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477

148439

SEAVER

Armagh

1763 Aug 30

SEAVER-ASHMUR Book 2 (1739-1810) Ballynahonebeg

Image 607

BTW Richard SEAVER Town of Bellaghy, Gent, Michael SEAVER Town of Bellaghy, Gent, son of said Richard SEAVER, John JOHNSTON of Killyneal, Co. Monaghan the said Richard SEAVER’s grandson … loans from James ASHMUR of Loughgall, Co. Armagh re: Ballynahonebeg & Belloghy… WITNESS: Hugh CUMING of Ballycromey, Co. Armagh & John POOLER of Tullymore [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh],, Co. Armagh & Samuel COLVIN, Armagh.

 

230

462

152274

JACKSON, William

Cork

1764 Aug 1

JACKSON-WYLY Book Index 1758-1768

Image 252

 Btw George LUMLEY of City of Corke Gent youngest son of Hugh LUMLEY late of Ballymaloe, Co Corke Esq. Dec’d & of 1st pt & William JACKSON of Youghall, Co Cork, Gent of 2nd pt [NOTE: He may be connected to ancestors of Strettell JACKSON] & Thomas WILY of City of Waterford Merchant of 3rd pt …

Reciting Thomas MILLS Esq deceased by lease 4 Jun 1671 demised to John MORELY Miller deceased Land of Harrencleary 7a in North Liberties of City of Cork … lease 30 Sept 1702 Rt. Hon Mary Countess Dowager of Orrery & Rt. Hon Charles Earl of Orrary demised to Henry LUMLEY Gent Land of Shanakeile ... descry of land... in consid of £800 paid to William JACKSON by Charles WILY , William JACKSON transferred lands 1/3rd share …

 

232

300

152290

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin & Armagh

1764 Aug 24

MITCHELL-WRAY & ors Book Index 1758-1768

Henry MITCHELL of City of Dublin Esq & Richard JACKSON of Forkhill, Co Armagh  of 1 pt & Jackson WRAY of Ballycastle, Co Antrim Esq. & John GODLEY of City of Dublin Esq of other part... 2,600 pounds....long list of lands all in Barony of Orier, Co Armagh incl “Manor of Stonebridge”, otherwise Forkhill SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

See ROD:139-536-96011 for list of townlands.

 

234

237

152813

OLIVER, Andrew

Armagh Monaghan

1764 Aug 5

OLIVER, Andrew - THOMPSON 1758-1786

Image 128

NOTES: 1764 Aug 5  Between Andrew OLIVER of Coradown in the Parish of Donagh, Co. Monaghan of the 1 pt & George THOMPSON of Curunshagh [aka Corrinshigo], Parish of Currin, Co. Monaghan. Andrew OLIVER demised to George THOMPSON the part of Carricknaveagh “to wit the upper half of the half tate next adjoining to Carriketee lying and being in the parish of Aghnamullen and said County of Monaghan ... for the lives of the Revd Robert SMYTHE of Dillan in the Co. of Down, Alexander SMITH and John SMITH brothers of the said Robert SMITH ... rent 4s 6p. Witness: John WILSON of Oreas, Glasslough & Francis CARLISLE of Tournamale [aka Tiraneil]  & John ROGERS of Cornamuklagh all in Co. Monaghan. Witnessed by Francis CARLIFFE & John FIDDES of the City of Dublin, Gent. George THOMPSON [SEAL] Sworn 17 Aug 1764. SEE: JACKSONs of Urker for OLIVERs.

 

237

223

152737

JOHNSTON, Samuel

Armagh

1757 Feb 16

JOHNSTON-ATKINSON 1739-1810

Image 439

A memorial of a bond dated 16th day of February 1757 reciting that there was several matters causes and disputes depending between Samuel JOHNSTON and Carlton ATKINSON both of Tullymore [Is this Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh], and the County of Armagh relative to a marriage portion and a division of said family’s farm of land houses and premises in the townland of Tullymore and the same being then referred to the arbitration of Hugh WATSON of Cockhill Thomas THOMPSON of Brohas Nathaniel GIBSONS of Drumully and John LAWSON of Loughgall in the County of Armagh and that it was fully agreed upon by said parties that Bryan WARD the [should?] make in the premises provided the same should be made that present day an also a memorial of the said award of equal date with said Bond and Annexed thereto whereby the Arbitrators therein and herein mentioned did in pursuance of the trust reposed in them agree that the said Carlton ATKINSON should hold possess and enjoy the [Bawn and Carr?] House adjoining the Highway and also all that part of the outhouse from the Stable Wall to the lower end of the Cow house and that part of said Samuel JOHNSTON farm of land in the townland of Tullymore in the County of Armagh to wit that parcel lying on the Northwest side of said Samuel JOHNSTON’s dwelling house to be measured from the stream part of said lands from the North up to said dwelling house Bryan McCRORY’s holding to be included all to make up one full third part of said Johnsons farm which he held by lease from the Reverend Dean Anthony COPE registered with three acres of turf bog in Tullamore bog & half an acre of turf bog in the Ross Moss all said of lands houses and Moss to be held and enjoyed by said Carlton ATKINSON from the first day of November then last during the lives in the grand lease named by which said Samuel JOHNSTON holds said lands of Tullamore and the Longest Liver of them the said Carlton ATKINS [sic] to pay one full third of the rents fees and duties reserved to him said Anthony COPE and to perform one third part of all the Clauses and Covenants in said Grand Lease and further they did award that said Carlton ATKINS [sic] should pay unto the said Samuel JOHNSTON during his life and to the wife of said Samuel if she should survive him during her life the clear profits rents of £2.10 Sterling yearly and every year & further that said Carlton ATKINS [sic] should pay to the creditors of said Samuel & during his life one full third part of all such debts as were then due by said Samuel JOHNSTON as the same should be demanded by the said Carlton ATKINSON with his Family should dwell in said family dwelling house until the 1st of November then next rent free in and they did thereby further award all that whoever should possess the park of lands where in the spring well then was all the parties occupying said Lands and Premises held by Lease as aforesaid should have free right and regress to Draw Water out of said well during said Lease and further that the said Carlton ATKINSON should from the date there of Quit all manner of Right or Claim to All the Cows Horses Goods Potatoes male Corn[aka meal corn] Hay and Household Furniture whatsoever which he got into his custody of the said Samuel JOHNSTON’s property since the first day of August then last Hay for one cow Excepted and further that all Deeds Papers and Writings executed by and between the said Carlton ATKINSON and Samuel JOHNSTON should upon their Executing proper Deeds be delivered up to be Cancelled which said Bond is witnessed by Thomas TOPPING of Cruesatt in the county of Armagh farmer John BROWNLOW of Tullamore in said County Linen Draper and John CLINDINING of Richhill in the County of Armagh Gent since deceased and the said Award is witnessed by Samuel JOHNSTON Carlton ATKINSON Robert JOHNSTON all of Tullamore in said County of Armagh farmer and by Jervis JOHSNTON of the same town and County [?] Thomas TOPPING and of Cruesatt in the said County farmer and by said John CLINDINING. & this memorial is witnessed by the said Thomas TIPPIN and by Robert ATKINSON of Mooney in the said County of Armagh gent. John LAWSON [SEAL]. Signed and sealed in the presence of us Thomas TOPPIN Robert ATKINSON. The above named Thomas TOPPIN affirmeth that he is one of the people called Quakers and has been so for one year last passed and further affirmed that he saw the Bond & award annexed thereto of which the above is Memorialized Executed as follows the said Bond by the parties thereto and said Award by the above named Tom THOMPSON Hugh WATSON Nathaniel GIBSON and John LAWSON and also saw the above Memorial signed and sealed by the said John LAWSON and this affirmation says that the [?] Thomas TOPPIN signed and subscribed as witness to said Award Bond and Memorial is his tis deponents name and proper handwriting. Thomas TOPPIN Taken and affirmed before me at Richhill in the County of Armagh the third day of November 1764 a Commission for taking affidavits in the County and I know the affirmative Justices of the peace for said County taken before us. Henry RICHARDSON. Archibald ATCHESON.

NOTE: I suspect this is NOT Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh, but is another Tullymore (there are several)

 

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147

153561

JACKSON, Richard

Armagh

1763 Mar 6

Will of John BALL, Frederick St., Dublin, Esquire. My wife Margaret BALL, Thomas BALL, Seapark, County Wicklow, Esq., Richard JACKSON, Coleraine, Esq., and Richard JACKSON, Forkhill, County Armagh, Esq., trustees and executors. My dear stepdaughter Martha RANSFORD. My stepson Robert RANSFORD. My sister Araminta CAULFIELD. A ring and plate to my daughter Dorothea Margaret SHINTON and her children quite out of power of her husband Richard SHINTON. My cousin Samuel BALL, now in Germany. My old servant Brian MURPHY. My old friend Mrs. Elizabeth ADAMS alias KYLE. My friend Mar. PATERSON, Sgt. at law, Esq. My friend Dr. Charles LUCAS.

Lands of Loughross, The Island of Loughross, Creenkill, Tullyard, Clarbane, Ratreelan, Creeockeeran and the moiety of the customs of the Fair of Cross [aka  Crossmaglen?] and the commanage thereunto belonging, Ballyonan otherwise Ballsmoore, Upper and Lower, Scarve McKea, Anahecussy Darsy, Mullaghglass, Stripe of Camolly Darsy, Lisdomgrany, Caracullen, Cargarovady and Tullynamalogee (Co. Armagh) Three Castles and other land in Co. Kilkenny. A lease of the house, gardens and 70 acres of land [situation not mentioned] to Folliot WARREN, Esq. dating from March 1763. WITNESSES: John SHEE, Charles BUTLER, Robert MURPHY. Memorial witnessed by Mark WHITE, Dublin, Esq., John HILL, clerk to WRIGHT. Richard JACKSON, seal

NOTE: John BALL’s 1st wife was Dorothy JACKSON. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

239

237

157196

OLIVER, Andrew

Monaghan & Tyrone

1765 Oct 30

OLIVER, Andrew - PRINGLE 1758-1786

Image 453

NAMES: Andrew OLIVER of Corragh Down, Parish of Donagh, Monaghan; Elizabeth OLIVER (wife); William PRINGLE of Caledon, Tyrone; Thomas GREISSON; William DONNOLLY of Caledon, Co. Tyrone; Bryan Mc[?]ANNA of Caledon. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Mullin, Parish of Tynan, Armagh.

NOTES: 1765 Oct 30 Deed of Release between Andrew OLIVER of Corrodonen [?] in the Parish of Donagh & Co. of Monaghan, Farmer and Elizabeth OLIVER wife of said Andrew OLIVER of the one part and William PRINGLE of Caledon in the County of Tyrone, Gent of the other part £35 pd by PRINGLE for release one half part of the land of Mullin formerly in the possess of Thomas GREISSON deceased - abt 10 acres in Barony of Tohrany, Parish of Tyanan & Co. Armagh. Witness Wm. DONNOLLY wigmaker Bryan Mc[?]ANNA, Labourer both of Caledon.

 

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162539

JACKSON

Monaghan

1766 Nov 10

WADDELL-JACKSON Book 45 (1739-1810) Cordevlish, Corduffles

 Btw William Alexander WADDELL of Lissnavene Parish of  Tullycorbett, Co Monaghan of 1 pt & Hugh JACKSON of Ballybay Parish & Co Monaghan of other pt. WADDELL demised to JACKSON that tate in possession of Robert LORIMOR cont 92 acres Plantation measure to hold for lives of Robert MAXWELL of College Hall Co Armagh, John ECHLIN son to the Rev. Mr Robert ECHLIN of Newtown Clammybys Co Down WITNESS: William DAILY Gent & James JACKSON son of Hugh JACKSON both of Ballybay & William WADDELL of Lissnven Co Monaghan farmer. SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe

 

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183

157946

JOHNSTON

Longfield

Monaghan

1765 Oct 4

Thomas JOHNSTON his will

Registry of Deeds abstract of wills 1746 to 1785. No 355 : JOHNSTON, Thomas, Dublin, major of the 56 regt of foot 4 Oct 1765 narrate 2pp 1765. His wife Angel, his son Jno JOHNSTON, his son Henry JOHNSTON, his brother in law, Adam NOBLE Longfield Co. Monaghan esq, his brother in law Jackson WRAY Ballycastle Co. Antrim. and his brother John JOHNSTON of Urcher Co. Armagh Esq trustees. His niece Elizabeth JOHNSTON, Daughter of his brother Graham JOHNSTON, the children of his sister Charity SHEKELTON, the children of his brother John JOHNSTON. His estate of town and lands of Camilly, Co. Armagh, and Coofoord, Co Meath his dwelling house at Suffolk St Dublin, Witnesses Thos BENSON, Dublin clerk, Stephen REYNOLDS, Dublin apothecary, John WOLVERSTON gent Dublin Memorial witnessed by John WOLVERSTON, Jno HUNTER clerk to said John WOLVERSTON. 241,183, 157946 JACKSON WRAY (seal)

NOTE: John JOHNSTON (1728-1816) of Urcher and also Woodvale.

 

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56

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POOLER

Armagh

1765 Apr 24

POOLER & son-POOLER Tullamore, B. Armagh 1739-1810 [Tullymore , Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony of Armagh],

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BTW Thomas POOLER and George POOLER his son of Tullymore Co. Armagh of 1 pt & John POOLER of Tullymore in Co. Armagh brother to the said Thomas POOLER of the other pt.  … all the lands of Tullymore otherwise Aghelin now in possession of said John POOLER in Parish & Co. Armagh … excepting and reserving out of the said demise unto the said Thomas POOLER and George POOLER … Grand Lease made by his Grace the Lord Primate to aid Thomas POOLER … term of 14 years … John PALMER [sic?]  … rent £19:12 … WITNESS: William OAKMAN & Henry OAKMAN both of Ballycromey [Ballycrummy, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh], and Co. Armagh Linen Draper. Memorial WITNESS: William OAKMAN & John SCOTT of Armagh in Co. Armagh Gent. John POOLER [SEAL]

 

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OLIVER, John

Armagh

1766 Jan 10

JOHNSTON-OLIVER Tullymore

NAMES: Joseph JOHNSTON of Armagh; John OLIVER of Tullymore Archbishop Richard ROBINSON; James ELLIOT; Robert McALL or McCANN.

NOTE: This ties the JOHNSTONs to Tullymore, Parish Armagh (Armagh portion), Barony Armagh. This deed was at PRONI. I do not have an ROD# for it.

SEE: JACKSONs of Urker

 

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75

158608

OLIVER, David

Monaghan

Armagh

1766 Jan 20

OLIVER, David - McCLELLAN 1758-1786 Ballyrea, Laragh, Corncarrow

NAMES: David Oliver of Ballyrea, Thomas McCLELLAN of Marlecow, Parish of Mullaghbrach, Co. Armagh, Owen McMAHON of Livingstones March, William OLIVER & Joseph OLIVER (twin sons of David), Galbraith LOWRY CORRY, Michael DUFFY, Robert HAMILTON of Dublin, Patrick MULLIGAN. TOWNLANDS: Marlecow (probably Marlacoo Beg, Parish of Mullabrack, Co. Armagh), Cornacarrow, Parish of Aughnamullen, Co. Monaghan.

NOTES: 1766 Jan 20 David OLIVER of Ballyrea, parish & County of Armagh, farmer and Thomas McCLENAN (sic?) of Marlion (?) in the parish of Mullaghbrach, Co. Armagh - land leased to Thomas McCLELLAN all that part of Corncarrow from Owen McMAHON of Livingstones March to Loughegish and the River through the midst of the Red Bog lying between the two hills the mearing of the same to run from head to foot of the red bog together with [?] Moyity of the Rocks or Mountain part containing about 22 acres ... during the natural lives of the said David OLIVER the [?] Wm OLIVER and Joseph OLIVER sons to the said David OLIVER ages about 12 months and twins & to the survivors of them or for the term of 31 years rent of 8 shillings by virtue of a lease by Gilbraith Lowry CORRY Esq. Witness Michael DUFFY & Robert HAMILTON of the City of Dublin, Gent & also witnessed by Patrick MULLIGAN of Marlion [?] in the County of Armagh, weaver.

 

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JACKSON, Robert

Kings

Meath

Armagh

Dublin

1766 Jun 7

LOWTHER Book Index 1758-1768

Image 120

Pointz Gaich WILLINGTON of Rath [Rath, Parish Cullenwaine, in the Barony of Clonlisk], in Kings Co Esq. & King WILLINGTON of Ballywilliam [There are several Ballywilliams in several parishes] Co. Kings Co. Esq. his eldest son. Of 1st pt. Robert JACKSON of Clongarmah [probably Clonagannagh, Parish Dunkerrin, Barony Clonlisk], or possibly Clonshannagh, Parish Killoughy, Barony Ballyboy]  in Kings Co Gent and Edward KING  of Ballymony Co. Tipperary Gent of 2nd pt and John LOWTHER of Staffordstown Co. Meath Esq of 3rd pt. Reciting Lease 7 Dec 1764 Pointz Gaich WILLINGTON  & King WILLINGTON eldest son of Pointz Gaich WILLINGTON by Jane WILLINGTON als EYRE his wife deceased for consideration granted to Robert JACKSON and Edward KING all that the town and lands of Newtown Co Meath 40a  part of Tullydonnell alias Tulydannell 193a  [?enerison] alias [E]merison 100a Co. Armagh one house or tenements in the tenure of Francis LANE Sadler bounding on the South to the Kings pavement and on the North to the mall of an old Malthouse together with a piece of ground backwards next to a brick wall of Edmond MASSEYs containing in breadth North to South 12’ and in length from New Street leading to Aaron’s Bridge to the Malt House 36’ one house or tenement wherein John DEASE then dwelt next to the corner turning down to Moss Lane one house or tenement then commonly called Doctor GAICHEs Dwelling House one malt house with a horse Mill containing in length West to East 26’ and from South – North 24’ both in tenure of Simon WILLOUGHBY by one house in tenure of Edward MASSEY being the Cornerhouse turning down to Moss Lane of one said situate in St. Thomas Street City of Dublin one house in tenure of Simon WILLOUGHBY in Moss Lane in City of Dublin leading out of Thomas Street down to Ellis Bridge one old Malthouse then a Mass House containing South-North 100’ and East-West 16’ together with a piece of ground fronting said last mentioned house containing South-North 54’ … (lengthy description) term of 900 years so limited to Robert JACKSON and Edward KING upon trust John and Pointz WILLINGTON the two younger sons of the said Pointz Gaich WILLINGTON… [many more pages]

 

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162409

NOBLE

Monaghan

1766 Aug 6

JOHNSTON-NOBLE

Image 105

Arabella Susanna JOHNSTON of Monaghan spinster and Adam NOBLE of Longhill, Co. Monaghan, Esq re: Susanna Maria JOHNSTON late of the City of Dublin made her will dated 16 Aug 1760 & bequeathed to Arabella £100 “to stand chargeable on the towns of Stramore, Aghagap, Rossosell, Tullycalleg, Derryveen ... pursuant to a deed 12 July 1742 reciting that said Adam NOBLE had lent to the sd. Arabella & Susannah JOHNSON £ for which she & Barbara JOHNSTON her mother have effected their bond ... transfer to Adam NOBLE. Witnesses Wm. JOHNSTON John ROGERS. NOTE: An Adam NOBLE (?-1793) of Longfield, Co. Monaghan was married to Ann JOHNSTON daughter of John JOHNSTON of Roxborough, Dorsey, Co. Armagh.

 

252

231

162760

DONALDSON

Armagh

Down

1766 Sep 4

DONALDSON-VERNE Mahery, the Churchfields 1739-1810

Image 122

BTW James DONALDSON of Loughbrickland Co. Down of 1 pt & Thomas VERNER of City of Dublin Esq of other pt. … lands of Maghery, Co. Armagh [description of land]

 

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166378

JACKSON, Robert

Kings

1767 Jul 11

LOWTHER Book Index 1758-1768

Image 101

Btw Poyntz Gaich WILLINGTON of Rath [Rath, Parish Cullenwaine, in the Barony of Clonlisk], in Kings Co Esq & King WILLINGTON his eldest son of 1st pt; Robert JACKSON of Cloneganah [[probably Clonagannagh, Parish Dunkerrin, Barony Clonlisk], Kings Co Gent… and Edward KING of Ballymoney Co. Tipperary Gent of 2nd pt. John LOWTHER of Staffordstown Co. Meath Esq. of 3rd pt.  Reciting agreement re: townlands of Tullydonnell Tillydonnell ors Tilydonnell orse Talledonll orse Tellydonnell Umerison orse Emerison orse Emorisian orse Hemerison orse Umerican [NOTE: these townlands are in Co. Armagh] & £1,200 … house in tenure of Francis LANE sadler bounding on South to Kings pavement and on the north to the Wale of an old Malthouse together with a piece of ground  … [more description] on Thomas St. City of Dublin & one house formerly in tenure of Simon WILLOUGHBY in Mass Lane In City of Dublin leading out of Thomas St down to Ellis Bridge and old Malthouse … WITNESS of signature by Robert JACKSON: James KING & Rev Patrick CONNOLLY Wigsborough Kings, Clerke Memorial witness: James KING & John JONES of City of Dublin Gent

NOTE: I don’t understand the role of Robert JACKSON.

 

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166382

JACKSON

Armagh

Kings

1767 May 30

Image 103

WILLINGTON & ors to JACKSON & ors.

BTW Joseph HALL of Dolphins Barn Co. Dublin Esq & George CLARKE of Rath [Rath, Parish Cullenwaine, in the Barony of Clonlisk], in Kings Co Eq. of 1 pt Poynts Gaich WILLINGTON of Rath Kings Co. Esq & King WILLINGTON Esq. his eldest son of 2nd pt. John LOWTHER of Staffordstown Co. Meath Esq. of 3rd pt Reciting that Joseph HALL & George CLARKE for term of 500 years surrendered title for of Tullydonnell Tillydonnell ors Tilydonnell orse Talledonll orse Tellydonnell Umerison orse Emerison orse Emorisian orse Hemerison orse Umerican in Co. Armagh to John LOWTHER … WITNESS: James KING & Thomas Concord SCOTT of City of Dublin Gents. Memorial witness: James KING & William MOLLOY of Doughill [als Doughill - Droughtville, Parish Drumcullen, Barony Eglish] Kings Co. Gent & John JONES and James KING of City of Dublin

NOTE: No mention in memorial of JACKSON as noted in marginal notes – see #166378

 

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168459

JACKSON, Richard

Armagh

Dublin

1767 Oct 20

WHYTE -JACKSON 1730-1745  

Image 81

Francis WHITE [WHYTE] of Redhills, Co. Cavan Esq. for consid mentioned assigned to Richard JACKSON of Forkhill Lodge Co. Armagh Esq. House or Tenement on east side of Jervis St City of Dublin wherein Elizabeth HANDCOCK of City of Dublin widow dwelt with the backside garden house Office Coachhouse and Stable {Merciento?] belonging mearing on the south with the holding of Hugh BATHOSHER [?] in the occupation of John CAHIL on the East with al and Lying on the Rere of said premes leading to the Coach House and Stable on the North with a house and Ground then in Occupation of George MEARES [SHEARES?] and on the west with Jervis Street … lease 5 Sept 1742 from Tristrum FORTICK [?] of the Geo: of Conliffe Co. Dublin Esq to Elizabeth HANDCOCK of City of Dublin Widow to term of 90 years … reciting  22 March 1758 became vested in Francis WHITE  …to hold to said Robert JACKSON [sic?] for 90 years WITNESS: Samuel AIKIN of City of Dublin, Gent & William SAUNDERSON servant to Francis WHITE . Mem WITNESS: Samuel AIKIN & Thomas FARRALL Butler to Francis WHITE

 

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141

168460

JACKSON

Dublin

Cavan

Armagh

1766 Nov 6

Vicars Choral of St. Patrick – JACKSON

Patrick ROCK -JACKSON 1730-

Image 81

Lease btw Vicars Choral of St. Patrick of the 1 pt & Richard JACKSON of Forkhill Lodge Co Armagh  Esq of the other demised to Richard JACKSON parcel of land on south side of King Street near Stephens Green als Hoggins Green in Parish of St. Peters near the City of Dublin bounded on the West of the lands belonging to the Dean of Christ Church Dublin, and containing 285 feet on the North to the Kings pavement and containing 250 feet on the East to the rear of the holdings on the West side of St Stephen Green aforesaid and containing 306 feet on the fourth to Rapparce Alley and containing 212 feet more or less on which premis several houses or tenements are built with the appurtenances. To hold unto the said Richard JACKSON, his executors, administrators and assigns from the feast of Saint Michael the Archangel then last past for threescore years at the yearly rent of £16 sixpence.. WITNESSES: Samuel AIKEN of City of Dublin Gent & William SAUNDERSON servant to Francis WHITE of Redhills, Co Cavan Esq. NOTE: Rapparee Alley was later called Glovers Alley.

 

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402

172729

JACKSON

Armagh

Antrim

1759 Feb 7

OBRE-JACKSON Cloncaress Manor Clastillen  TI Vol 2 (1739-1810)

Image 223

George OBRE of Lisburn, Co. Antrim Esq of 1 pt & George JACKSON of Clancarifs of the other [was he from Armagh? Parish Magheralin?]. Demised part of the townland of Clancarifs bounded on the east with part of townland of Deryhoriff and a park of land in possession of William TROTTER, to the south with a parcel of land in possession of Richard GREENWAY to the West with the Drain between the townland of Gauland Clancarifs to the North with a parcel of land of Clancarifs in possession of Robert GREENWAY containing 18a 17p English Measure in the possession of said George JACKSON & Co. Armagh to hold for natural lives of William JACKSON, Jane JACKSON & George JACKSON and John ROE son of George ROE of Derryogle, Co. Armagh… yearly rent 7 pounds 14s. WITNESS: Edmund MURPHY late of Clanlelann Co. Armagh & Robert MATTHEWS of Breagh CO Armagh of Manor of Clanklew & John BURGES of Town of Armagh…

 

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529

172554

OLIVER

Armagh

1768 Sept 2

GLOVER-OLIVER, Benjamin 

NAMES: James GLOVER; Benjamin OLIVER; Samuel WATT; Andrew OLIVER; Andrew PRENTICE; Thomas JOHNSTON; Thomas McCANN; Henry CUST. PLACES: Tyrearly aka Tirearly, Parish of Lisnadill; Ballinahonebeg, Parish of Armagh both in Co. Armagh SEE: JACKSONs of Urker

 

261

530

172582

BAILIE

Monaghan

Armagh

1739-1810

WHIGHAM to BAILIE  Drumore (TI Bk 45)

 

261

610

175298

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1769 Apr 22

McCULLAGH-WALLACE Tullyvallen,

Alan McCULLAGH of Lurgannearly, Co. Monaghan, farmer for 30 pounds consideration did grant to William WALLACE of Newry, Co. Down Gent,  70 acres 30p on Hill called Tullyneal joining John McGOWEN’s and John ROGERS lands  situate within the townland of Tullyvallen WITNESSES: David RICHARDSON, Hugh BOYD, of Newry Merchant SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

261

610

175298

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1766 Jun 10

McCULLAGH,  Alan - WALLACE  1768-1776

ERROR the numbers are not quite right for this deed

NAMES: William McCULLAGH of Tullygalone; Alexander McCULLAGH of Tullyallen; John McCULLAGH; Patrick GIBSON of Crunagh; Robert McCALL; Joseph McGOWN of Keadybeg; Robert McCALLA; John SCOTT; William MOLINEUX; Thomas McCANN. SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

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365

11727

HOUSTON

Armagh

1768 Jul 19

Two tenements on Abby Street known as Tools tenements. I was looking for OLIVERs – there were none.

 

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322

169301

 

Armagh

1768 Feb 13

Richard JONES – TIPPING

Richard JONES of Dolanstown Co Meath Esq & Elizabeth Jones HALL his wife of the 1 pt & Edward TIPPING of Mount Hill Co Armagh Esq. of the other pt. reciting the sd Rebecca HALL, Richard JONES & Elizabeth his wife demised to Edward TIPPING then in his actual possession lands of Clarinagh in parish of Creggan to hold for lives [only one mentioned] of Edward TIPPING  son aged 7 years…. Rent of 56 pounds. NOTE: Edward TIPPING jr married Mary BLAYNEY. Mounthill was also home to the COULTER who married a TIPPING. I need to follow up on that.

 

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574

178368

OLIVER

Armagh

1739-1810

BANNERMAN-PRINGLE Ballynahonebeg

Wrong Book #

SEE: BANNERMAN-PRINGLE

·         ROD 274-339-178789

·         ROD: 374-339-178789

·         ROD: 219-488-144440

ROD: 244-506-159026

 

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158

174029

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1766 Jul 10

McCULLOUGH-McCULLOUGH Tullyvallen

NAMES: William McCULLAGH of Tullygalone; Alexander McCULLAGH of Tullyallen; John McCULLAGH; Patrick GIBSON of Crunagh; Robert McCALL; Joseph McGOWN of Keadybeg; Robert McCALLA; John SCOTT; William MOLINEUX; Thomas McCANN. SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

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255

170283

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1768 Apr21

McCULLAGH, Mary - DOBBIN Notes in 2009 diary 1768-1776

GRAVES-McCULLAGH

Marriage: John GRAVES jr of City of Dublin of 1st part; James DOBBIN & Henry BAMBRICK both of town & Co. Armagh of 2nd part & Mary McCULLOUGH of said town and Co. Armagh, spinster of 3rd part ... marriage shortly to be had between J. GRAVES jr. & M. McCULLOUGH ... grant ... unto said James DOBBIN & Henry BAMBRICK ... 4 houses in tenements in Blanchford, Co. Dublin which John GRAVES the elder holds by lease. WITNESS: Robert SCOTT, Town of Armagh, apothecary & John MACARTNEY of Town of Armagh, merchant, both in Co. Armagh & John WILSON, Town & Co. Armagh; George WILSON formerly of Armagh. SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

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256

170287

WALLACE

Armagh

Dublin

1745 Feb 3

WALLACE-WALLACE Notes in 2009 diary 1768-1776

Thomas WALLACE of Armagh, merchant ... wife, Margaret WALLACE £100 testament. WITNESS: William HERDSMAN of Knock_gan & John HIGGINS of Glenarbe, Co. Tyrone; Patrick Simon KENNEDY of City of Dublin, Gent.

 

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179

175838

JACKSON, Richard

Armagh

1769 May 22

SUSHINTON Book Index 1768-1776 Forkhill,

Made btw Richard GORGES of Kilbrew, Co. Meath  Esq of the 1 pt & Richard JACKSON of Forkhill, Co Armagh Esq & the Rev. Digo HINZELL of Dunshaghlin Co Meath of the 2nd pt and William LUSHINGTON of City of Dublin of 3rd pt. whereby the sd Richard GORGES in consid of 2000 pounds to him pd by Wm LUCHINGTON in issuance of a power to him reserved in and by a certain deed of lease April 6, 1768 made previous to the marriage of Hamilton GORGE eldest son and heir apparent of sd Richard GORGES. With Anne HOWARD spinster… lands of Thomastown, Smithstown Kilbrew Rush Laughlinstown Cappaghhill  Booden Ballstown and Hilltown in Co. Meath and also lands of Killsom Pumatestown Irishtownrath and Ballyhack parcel of the Manor of Kilman Co. Meath… re: Marriage agreement Hamilton GORGES & Anne HOWARD SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

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335

170945

or

176945

OLIVER, David

Monaghan

1769 Apr 20

OLIVER-MAXWELL Book 45 (1739-1810) Laragh

NAMES: John MAXWELL of Fellows Hall, David OLIVER of Ballyrea, twin sons of David OLIVER ("David" & William - I suspect it should be "Joseph" & William), Galbraith Lowry COREY, John KILLPATRICK of Killylea, George STUART of Drumilly, John SCOTT, TOWNLANDS: Fellows Hall, Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh; Laragh & Cornacarow, Parish of Aughnamullen, Co. Monaghan; Ahennis, Co. Fermanagh; Killylea, Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh. NOTE: Extra Maxwell info included in a table.

 

269

602

182035

JACKSON,

Nichola & Richard & ors

Armagh

 

NESBIT Book Index 1768-1776

Thomas DAWSON eldest son & heir of Richard DAWSON… Nicola & Richard JACKSON of Forkhill. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

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405

172912

WALLACE

Armagh

1768 Nov 12

PATTEN-WALLACE Tullyvallen

Btw Robert PATTON Tullynale [in Tullyvallen], Parish of Creggan, C. Armagh. & John LILY of Bresagh, Co. Down, farmer. 40 acres meared and bounded by Francis HAMILTON’s farm and Samuel HARRISON’s situate in the townland of Tullyvallen,  released to William WALLACE of Newry. WITNESS: Isaac GLENNY of Dublin, Arthur ATKINSON.

 

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36

173316

REED John

Armagh

1768 Dec 5

BTW John REED the elder of Lurganah, Parish Armagh, Co. Armagh to his son John REED the younger of same. Those parts of Tullyvallen formerly held by Robert ROLAND, Terence HUGHES, Edmund HUGHES and Thomas HUGHES, also one acre of John REEDs turbary James McCLANLASS’s & mearing a road from same by John MATHERS, mearing across the little river where Bernard HUGHES dwelt containing 147 acres & 32 perches with right to quarry limestone etc. In Creggan Parish & Fews Barony. Held by lease for 99 years from Alexander HAMILTON to John REED. NOTES by TGF PATTERSON: Notebook #112 Vol 2. Held at the Armagh Museum.

 

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4

173253

HOUSTON

Armagh

Dublin

 

NOTE: I had 173253 It was 173252

Joshua HOUSTON of City of Dublin Merchant  of 1 pt & Anne HOUSTON spinster of City of Dublin of other pt. Demised two tenements in Abby Street in town of Armagh Co Armagh known by name of Tools Tenements bounded on north by Rev Samuel GIBSON’s tenement on the east by Dr. THOMSON’s tenement on the south by John McBEARNS’s tenement and on the west by Abby Street and the Garden and backsides to the tenements in the town and lands of Drumcoote usually held by said Toole and the other tenents then in possession and enjoyment of George SEMPLE and his undertenants and that park of land known as Knockarean otherwise Knockdrine otherwise Abby Park near the said Town of Armagh cont 12a 3r 3p in possession of William JOHNSTON, James CAMPBELL & Patrick COMRY… George WALKER … more details

 

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420

178699

JACKSON, Richard

Cavan

1769 Dec 11

ANDERSON Book Index 1768-1776

Btw Richard JACKSON of Forkhill, Co Armagh demised to George ANDERSON of Killishandra known as Simpsons Tenement… Co. Cavan. WITNESS: Nicola Anne JACKSON wife of Richard SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

279

595

184349

McCULLAGH

Armagh

Cavan

1771 Jan 7

McCULLOGH Henry & Jane to ROBINSON 1768-1776

Henry McCULLAGH of Dunlarge, Parish of Derrynoose, Co. Armagh, farmer. George FY of Clar, Co. Cavan weaver & Margaret TY otherwise McCULLAGH his wife & Jane McCULLAGH of Dunlarge afsd spinster of the 1 pt & George ROBINSON of Cavanaca in Co Armagh, Esq. of the other pt. Reciting a lease made by  Barry MAXWELL Esq to Henry McCULLOUGH late father of sd Henry McCULLOUGH of town and lands of Dunlarge cont 21 acres plantation measure… more detail SEE: McCULLAGH connections

 

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182248

 

Dublin

Armagh

Wicklow

1770 Jul 4

Image 243

BTW Jane HAMILTON wife of Gawin HAMILTON of Killeleagh, Co. Down Esq. of 1 pt & Hugh KERR of City of Dublin Merchant of the other pt. Lands of Glassdrummond, Killbane & Lislelruan, part Cauronly otherwise Camoly Lurgan Killanbony Cregganduff Drumloghery part of otherwise Drumlougheny part of Strermakilleagh otherwise Shermakilleagh Tullydonnell part of otherwise Tullydonell Deveany otherwise Dunrany half town part Carnally otherwise Cornally & ballanagenaugh in Barony of Fews in possession of John EASTWOOD or undertenants and also all that part of Connegours Cronekip Parkmore Raher otherwises Rahir Ballynagillage otherwise Ballynegiloge part of Ballynepark Clohoge and Cranagh in Co. Wicklow. Execute by Jane HAMILTON. WITNESS: Gawin HAMILTON of Killileagh Co. Down Esq. & David BUTTLE of City of Dublin Gent

 

280

589

183930

JACKSON, Richard

Donegal

Cavan

Armagh

1770 Feb 3

CONYNGHAM Book Index 1768-1776

Rt Hon John Ld Baron Annaly, Ld Chief Justice
Geo Montgomery of Ballyconnell Esq Co Cavan
Thos Grove of Castlegrove Esq co Donegal
the surviving trustees of the 1st part


 Thomas Fleming Bellville, Co Cavan
Rt Hon Thos Geo Ld Baron Southwell & Margt Southwell ors Hamilton, his wife
Richard JACKSON of Forkhill Lodge & Nicola Ann JACKSON ors Hamilton his wife
Said Jas Fleming, Lady Southwell & Nichola JACKSON are coheirs of Sir Francis Hamilton late of Castle Hamilton, Co Cavan dec'd and also co-heirs of Arthur Cecil Hamilton of Castlehamilton Co Cavan, dec'd of the 2nd part
 Redmond Conyngham of Letterkenny Co Donegal, 3rd part
 This deed witnesses that for £178 10s from Red Cony to 1st parties & for 5s apiece to 2nd parties


1st parties & by consent of 2nd parties give to Red Cony
the house, backside & gardens belonging to Robt IRWIN next to tenement Possessed by Wm WHITE & 2 gardens adjoining the church and one tenement & backside adjoining said house etc (more details of land) in Letterkenny Co Donegal

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

Notes thanks to Peter McWilliam.

 

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130

182799

JACKSON, Richard

Cavan

Armagh

1766 Sept 9

NESBITT & ors Book Index 1768-1776

Rt Hon John Ld Baron Annaly, Ld Chief Justice Geo Montgomery of Ballyconnell Esq Co Cavan. Thos Grove of Castlegrove Esq co Donegal
the surviving trustees of the 1st part
Thomas FLEMING Bellville, Co Cavan
Rt Hon Thos Geo Ld Baron Southwell & Margt SOUTHWELL ors HAMILTON, his wife
Richard JACKSON of Forkhill Lodge & Nicola Ann JACKSON ors Hamilton his wife
Said Jas Fleming, Lady SOUTHWELL & Nichola JACKSON are coheirs of Sir Francis HAMILTON late of Castle Hamilton, Co Cavan dec'd and also co-heirs of Arthur Cecil HAMILTON of Castlehamilton Co Cavan, dec'd of the 2nd part

Cosby Nesbitt 3rd party
£603 1s by 3rd to 1st with consent of 2nd
!st to 3rd towns & lands of Lassat ors Loss, of Coolbaneonce, of Dromore, of  Aughrex ors Aghaknox, of Shancox all in Co Cavan

Notes thanks to Peter McWilliam. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

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186831

JACKSON

Armagh

1771 Jan 19

HALL & wife – JACKSON Ballynahone & Mill,

Henry Hall of Agharany & Elinor Hall ors Seaver his wife, 1st Part
Robert JACKSON, Armagh, Merchant Other part
Henry HALL & wife for £343 9s 6d give Ballynahone to Robert JACKSON then in possession of Thos VERNER, Esq, the exors for Benjamjn OLIVER dec'd the widow SEAVER & ors which said Henry HALL & wife Elinor became intitled to by will of S'd Charles SEAVER Dec'd with right of renewal
Wit by Sam'l McClure Armagh & James Sloan of (blank) Tyrone
Mem Wit by Sam'l McClure & James Dobbin of City of Dublin

Notes thanks to Peter McWilliam. NOTE: This is the Benjamin OLIVER who died in 1770. He was a brother of David OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh who also had holdings in Laragh, Co. Monaghan. See also: DEED: 360-235-242429 SEE: JACKSONs of Urker

 

282

336

183301

OLIVER, David

Armagh

1770, Oct 31

OLIVER-OLIVER

NAMES: David OLIVER of Ballyrea, Arthur OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg, Galbraith LOWRY CORRY, Hon George Lord SHIRLEY, John MAXWELL, Andrew PRENTICE of Dublin, Joseph OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg. TOWNLANDS: Ballyrea; Ballinahonebeg; Laragh & Caranacaraff AKA Cornacarrow Parish of Augnamullen, Co. Monaghan. SEE: JACKSONs of Urker

 

282

337

183302

OLIVER, David

Armagh

Monaghan

1770, Apr 26

OLIVER-OLIVER Ballyrea Balinahonbeg Laragh, Aghnamullen

A Memorial of a deed poll bearing date of 26th day of April one thousand seven hundred & seventy between David OLIVER of Ballyrea of the Parish and County of Armagh of the one part & Joseph OLIVER of Balinahonbeg in said Parish and County aforesaid of the other part whereby said David OLIVER set unto said Joseph OLIVER one hundred acres of land situate in the west side of the Townland of Laragh, Parish of Agnnamullen & Co. of Monaghan therein possession of said David OLIVER & his undertenants. The said Joseph OLIVER is also to have the full one half of the water fall from the Corn Mill up & and to have Liberty of cutting a race between the Premis and Longhegis of the Dimensions therein mentioned & to fix a sluice for preserving Water   Said David & Joseph OLIVER to be at equal expense in making said sluice & watercourse subject to the yearly rent of sixty-three pounds Sterl to hold for the space of Twenty Six years or three lives mentioned in said David OLIVERs Grand Lease & also for all future renewals which said David might be entitled to by virtue of said leases & said Deed Poll is witnessed by Arthur OLIVER of Balinahonabeg in said County of Armagh & this Memorial is also witnessed by Arthur OLIVER & Andrew PRENTICE of the City of Dublin Gent: Joseph OLIVER [SEAL] ... signed at Armagh 29 Oct 1770 SEE: JACKSONs of Urker for OLIVER connections.

 

283

214

 

183826

BURNS, Bryan

Laragh

1770 Nov 21

BURNS OLIVER Book 45 Townland Index.

Lease 1770, July 10 “which was wrote on the back of a lease bearing date 24 Dec 1766. Bryan BURNS of Laragh, Co. Monaghan, farmer demised ... David OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh, Gent “all that the Corn Mill commonly called and known by the name Loghigish Mill with the two acres of land thereto belonging with the grist toll or Moulture of the Tates Townlands of Laragh and Cornacariffe ... in the Barony of Cremorrand, Co. Monaghan ... for 28 years ... Bryan BURNS of Laragh, Parish of Agnamullen... Witness Joseph OLIVER of Balinahonebeg, Linen Draper.

 

285

617

190992

SEAVER

Armagh

1772 May 11

SEAVER – JACKSON Ballynahonebeg

Between Matthew [or more likely Michael] SEAVER of Bellaghy Co Armagh Gent & Robert JACKSON of the town & City of Armagh Gent of the other part. Whereby the said Matthew SEAVER in consideration of said Robert JACKSONs having accepted a lease of part of the lands of Ballinahonebeg Co. Armagh will transfer to said Robert JACKSON the profit rents of £6.16s 3p  which said Matthew SEAVER was entitled to  by virtue of a lease  granted by Charles SEAVER deceased to David VERNER deceased also yearly profit rent of £2 13s by virtue of and under  a lease granted to Samuel JOHNSTON by said Charles SEAVER likewise the profit rent  of £3 Ster yearly by which the said Matthew SEAVER was entitled to by virtue of and under a marriage settlement  entered into and executed by Richard SEAVER  deceased his father upon the intermarriage of said Michael SEAVER with his present wife in all amount to  £12 9s 3p  to Robt JACKSON . Witnesses: James DOBBIN & Leonard SIMPSON of town & Co Armagh.

 

286

606

 

190994

JACKSON, Robert

Armagh

1772 Jun 23

SEAVER – JACKSON see also 285-617-190992 NOTES in 2009 diary. 1739-1810 Ballynahonebeg Bellaghy

Between Michael SEAVER of Bellaghy, Co. Armagh farmer of 1st part & Robert JACKSON of Armagh, Co. Armagh Gent of the other part whereby Michael SEAVER for £450.0.5 paid by Robert JACKSON sold the undivided part of the Townland of Ballynahonebeg in Parish & Co. Armagh as was lately held & enjoyed by Charles SEAVER, deceased & his undertenants containing 92 Acres .. from date demised by Archbishop of Armagh to Richard SEAVER deceased ... payment of annuity to Sarah HEWTON under will of Charles SEAVER. WITNESS: James DOBBIN & Leonard SIMPSON both of Town & Co. Armagh, Gent.

 

286

610

190999

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin & Armagh

1772 May 11

GEARY Book Index 1768-1776

Btw Richard JACKSON of Forkhill Lodge Co Armagh Esq. of 1st pt & John GEARY of Merri[?] Co Dublin Farmer.  Yearly lease of parcel of ground on south side of Kings Street City of Dublin now in possession of John GEARY abt 20’ in front & 88’ to rer.. bounded on the north by Kings St.. WITNESS: William JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent. & Daniel O’NEIL servant to said Richard JACKSON. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

286

611

191000

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin Armagh

1772 May 11

GEARY Book Index 1768-1776

See above

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

287

474

187934

OLIVER

Armagh

1771 Sept 17

KANE-OLIVER Tyrearly

NAMES: mentioned in order of appearance: John KANE, William OLIVER, George COCHRAN, William COCHRAN, Joseph OLIVER, John MOSSON, George McCULLAGH, William SCOTT. TOWNLANDS: Tyrearly, Parish of Lisnadill; Mullinture, Parish of Eglish. SEE: McCULLAGH connections SEE: JACKSONs of Urker for OLIVER connections.

 

288

37

185572

JACKSON, Richard

Armagh

Dublin

1770 Feb 10

KING-QUIN Book Index 1768-1776 Forkhill,

PIM

Margaret & Mary KING daughters & Heirs of Maxwell KING late of Dublin Esq dec’d of 1st pt....Richard JACKSON of Forkhill, Co Armagh Esq Richard JACKSON of Colerain in Co Londondery Esq & Thomas BALL of Seapark Esq Co Wicklow of 5th pt... transaction had consent of the 2 Richard JACKSONs... NOTE: The connection of the Forkhill JACKSONs to the BALL family. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

288

38

185573

JACKSON, Richard

Armagh & Dublin

1771 Mar 29

JACKSON-QUINN Book Index 1768-1776 Forkhill,

PIM

Richard JACKSON of Forkhill, Co Armagh Esq Richard JACKSON of Colerain in Co Londonderry Esq & Thomas BALL of Seapark Esq Co Wicklow Continuation of above. NOTE: The connection of the Forkhill JACKSONs to the BALL family. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

288

38

185576

JACKSON, Richard

Armagh & Dublin

1771 Mar 29

JACKSON-QUINN Book Index 1768-1776 Forkhill,

see above NOTE: The connection of the Forkhill JACKSONs to the BALL family. JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

288

484

192235

SEAVER

Armagh

1772 Jul 15

SEAVER-JACKSON 1739-1810 Bellaghie,

 Btw Robert SEAVER City of London, Merch of 1 pt & Robert JACKSON of Armagh of Co Armagh Merch of the other deed of release for 250 pounds granted town and lands of Bellaghie & corn mill & turf bog in townland of Navan... witness by John MOSSON & Samuel BROWN Merchants of town & co Armagh

 

289

152

190094

JACKSON, Richard

Cavan

Armagh

1770 Apr 10

BOYDE Book Index 1768-1776

Image 89

Relating to relations of Richard JACKSON of Forkhill, Co. Armagh & his wife Nichola HAMILTON…John BOYD of Lettrakenny, Co. Donegal etc SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

289

318

190990

SEAVER

Armagh

1772  Apr 22

SEAVER – JACKSON Ballynahonebeg1739-1810

 Btw Michael SEAVER of Bellaghy, Co Armagh of 1 pt & Robert JACKSON of Town & Co. Armagh of the other pt. whereby Michael SEAVER and Leonard SIMPSON did demise unto said Robert JACKSON the undivided half of the third part of the townland of Ballynahonebeg in the parish and County of Armagh which said Michael SEAVER is entitled to under the will of his brother Charles SEAVER, deceased, to hold to the said Robert JACKSON his executors, administrators and assigns for a term of 21 years at the yearly rate of £37.03 shillings witnessed by James DOBBIN and Leonard SIMPSON, both the town and County of Armagh gent and Samuel HALL of the town and County of Armagh Shoemaker and Memorial is also witnessed by James DOBSON,. Robert JACKSON. Seal

 

290

409

192839

HOUSTON

Armagh

1739-1810

HOUSTON Wrong #

Rutledges Tenement [?]

Abby Street

A Tenement Plott of ground parcel of the scite of the dissolved Abby of St. Peter with two small [?] Ballynahonebeg SEE: JACKSONs of Urker – OLIVERs & Ballynahonebeg.

 

293

68

194000

JACKSON, William

Dublin

Down

Armagh

1772 Dec 2

CAMACK Book Index 1768-1776

Image 44

William JACKSON of Dublin Gent administrator of the will of Faithful GRAHAM late of Lougheny Co. Down, Gent deceased of the 6th pt…. John CARMACK of Lurgen, Co. Armagh of the 8th pt…

 

293

170

194730

JACKSON, Daniel & Thomas

Armagh

1773 Feb 4

Daniel JACKSON of Donavally & Corn, Parish of Loughyall, Co. Armagh to Johnston LOCKART of pt of Donavally & Corn "Greasingfield", little meadow + pt of field of James STEVENSON [12ac Eng] formerly in pooss'n of Thomas JACKSON of Charlemont, Co. Armagh, from 1 Nov last past for lives mentioned in Daniel JACKSON's lease from [James Caulfeild], The Earl of Charlemont at £1 14s. 3hp per acre. Thanks to Mike of Vancouver.

 

293

610

198108

JACKSON, Robert & Thomas

Armagh

1773 Oct 19

Knolkraver Roan, 18ac of Ballynegallagh, 4ac of Monyeum, bleaching utensils on Roan, and goods & chattles of William SLOAN, deceased. in hands of & unadmin by Robert SLOAN & William SLOAN, now by order of Kings Bench 13 June last, at the suit of John GORVIN for £526. Robert JACKSON, Gent of Armagh was mentioned. Thanks to Mike of Vancouver.

 

294

585

195834

McCULLAGH

Armagh

Monaghan

1739-1810