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These notes come from a range of sources. My primary focus has been the JACKSONs of Coleraine, but there are dozens of families who married into them or who did business with them which are also of interest to me. For anyone who wants more context for many of the people in these leases, I recommend Coleraine in Georgian Times and Coleraine in By-Gone Centuries, both by Rev. T.H. Mullin D.D. As for me, I have much more to learn. Always.

Sharon Oddie Brown. December 17, 2023
SEE ALSO: Transcription of Coleraine Townland Index of 1739-1810

 

 

1739-1810 Coleraine

 

Barony of Coleraine : SOURCE: Townlands.ie

N.E. Liberties of Coleraine : SOURCE: Townlands.ie

 

 

This will be an evergreen page. This means that I will be continuously adding to it as I learn more. The cells of the data are shaded as follows (if not shaded - then I have not done notes on them. Yet.):

Notes added – leases found in Townland Index 1739-1810

Notes from a range of sources – mainly JACKSON focussed.

 

 

Bk

Pg

Mem

Key Names

County

Date

Names & Notes

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Londonderry

Coleraine

 

WHITESIDE-? A Messuage or Tenement New Row west side

NOTE: Probably after Bk 560

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338081

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

GIVEEN-WRAY A messuage or tenement (No 38) 30a of land New Row

NOTE: Vol 513 goes from 338078- 338082 Date abt 1799

NOTE: The Name Index is the same as the townland index – it only gives the memorial number.

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371519

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

McGREGOR-McKEEVER A messuage or tenement (No 56) 20 acres of land (No 78) Church Street

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159

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JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1708 Aug 20

GLOVER-ALCOCK

Image 92

BTW Farmer GLOVER of City of Dublin Esq of 1 pt & William ALCOCK of City of Dublin Gent of the other. Reciting that Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent set to Farmer GLOVER house or tenement wherein James ROBBINS lately dwelt in or near King Street in Suburbs of Dublin with the Stable on the east side of the said House and the large Garden on the south side of the said house & Stable and also the tenement on the east part of the said Garden and Liberty of egress and regress through the Passage leading from King Street to the premises. To hold to Farmer GLOVER from 29 Sept 1708 for term of 50 years at yearly rent of £26 in consideration of £200 paid by said William ALCOCK … WITNESS: Edward DALTON & John CONNEELL Clerke to Bruen WORTHINGTON.

NOTE: This was the Kings Street holding documented at: Jacksons of King Street near Stephens Green, Dublin. SEE ALSO: the 1705 December 4 - Will of Samuel JACKSON . This Richard JACKSON was a member of JACKSONs of Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland and Coleraine, Londonderry. Capt. Richard JACKSON (1668-1730) was the eldest son of William JACKSON of Jackson House, Coleraine and Susan BERESFORD. Farmer GLOVER was a surveyor General for Ireland. SEE: ROD: 5-261-1738. Also ROD: 16-308-7572

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3015

JACKSON, William

Coleraine

1712 Jun 14

Image 295

William JACKSON residing at Coleraine, Co Londonderry exor of Henry BROWNE, whose son William BROWNE was raising £400 mortgage with Robert BACON on 90a profitable land & 253a 2r 26p unprofitable land, Liberties of Coleraine. Lease & Release Sworn 5 Jan 1711. SEE: Jacksons of Coleraine Tree. 

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6410

JACKSON, Richard

Coleraine

1715 Jun 13

Corp of Coleraine-JACKSON Bk 423: 1708-1738 Londonderry & Coleraine

Image 213

Btw the Mayor Alderman and Burgesses of the Town of Coleraine in the Province of Ulster and Richard JACKSON of the City of Dublin Esq. of the other part… demised unto said Richard JACKSON all those the customs of the Markets and Faires of the said town of Coleraine and County of Londonderry. WITNESSES: John OLPHERTS. Thomas ADERTON. Samuel KINKEAD all of the said town of Coleraine. SEE: Jackson of Coleraine. Timeline. This is quite likely Richard JACKSON (1673-1730)

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140

120428

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CONLEY & ors-CHURCH

A House & Backside & Backhouses

Cott Bridge Bogg Liberty of it Market Street

Church Hill

NOTE- Likely an incorrect Bk #

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477

10608

JACKSON, James

Dublin

Londonderry

1716 Dec 12

Image 254

JACKSON-BANKHEAD Notes in 2009 diary Book Index 1708-1738

James JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent & James BANKHEAD of Coleraine, Co. Londonderry Merchant of the other part. James JACKSON let to James BANKHEAD 11/6 part of freehold called Clanlarry [Glenleary, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine], Parish of Camassmacasque, [NOTE: Camus Macosquin Glebe, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine.] now in tenure of John BOID [aka BOYD?] … James JACKSON [SEAL] Co. Londonderry. WITNESS: Benjamin JOHNSON, Clerk & Edward DALTON, Notary.

SEE ALSO: ROD 409-532-269118 Jun 12, 1789 Btw James STEWART of Gracehill, Co Antrim Esq &of 1st part & Richard JACKSON of Coleraine Co Londonderry & Elizabeth JACKSON his wife and James JACKSON, eldest son & heir apparent of 2nd part & John GALT & Charles GALT of Londonderry merchants of 3rd pt…. in consid of £400 pd by GALT to JACKSON.. tenement on the West side of the New Row in Town of Coleraine marked in Map of said town #28… description of land.

NOTE: Because of other JACKSON holdings in the parish of Macosquin (ie 45822), I suspect that James JACKSON is related to Richard JACKSON (abt 1722-1787).  

NOTE: A James JACKSON was included in the lists of soldiers (or their representatives) who settled in 1665 in Parish Billy, Baroney Cary, Co. Antrim. Also in Co, Antrim a John JACKSON and James JACKSON who settled in the Parish of Dunaghy, Barony Kilconway. SOURCE: The MacDonnells of Antrim p 466.

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137402

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

WILLIAMS-IRWIN

A Dwelling House & Shop in the Diamond of the Town of Coleraine

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127

14853

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

Down

Antrim

1719 Nov 2

Rev. Jasper BRETT, Chancellor of Connor unto Richard JACKSON, Esq. of Dublin City of town & lands of Ballynewport alias Newportstown [Ballynewport , Parish Rathmullan, Barony Lecale Upper,] in Lecale (bar.) Co. Down [term and rents not mentioned]. Michael WARD Esq. of Dublin City mentioned; REGISTRARS: Charles CHURCH; James BATEMAN, mayor and JP, Coleraine; George HAMILTON, JP of Co. Limerick. WITNESSES: Rev. William BOYD, Vicar of Ramoan, Antrim; Magnus PRINCE, Doctor of Phisik, Lisburne, Antrim; John ALLEN, servant to Michael WARD; Edward BRUMHALL[?]. NOTE: This is most likely Richard JACKSON (1673-1730) of Coleraine & Dublin. Rev. William BOYD was his father-in-law. It is also possible that he was Richard JACKSON (abt 1680-abt 1740), father of Rev. William JACKSON (1737-1795)

Thanks to Michael Stewart

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17732

JACKSON, Beresford

Londonderry

1714 Aug 5

REG:

1720 Feb 3

JACKSON-WRAY & wife Book Index 1708-1738

Image 233

Beresford JACKSON late of Bellymargy[Baile an Mhargaidh aka Bellarena, Parish Magilligan, Barony Keenaght]  Co. Londonderry, Gent to Henry WRAY of Castlewray, Co. Donegal, Esq. & Jane of Machrecannon als Mahreheran [Maghernagran] Gortles [Gortlee] Carnamughogh [Carnamogagh Lower, &  Carnamogagh Upper] Bellinascadden [Bellanascaddan] Killacasting [Killylastin] one tenement in Litterkenny [Letterkenny, ] in possess' of James SAWYERS & one tenement in same in possess'n of Widow ORRAL, in Killmacrenah [Kilmacrennan] Co Donegal [no term or rent shown]. Registrars: Jon DARCES, John WOOTOON & Charles NORMAN. Witnesses: Thomas SKIPTON, Esq. of Ballyshashy [Ballyshasky, Parish Clondermot, Barony Tirkeeran], Londonderry; James WILSON, servant to Henry WRAY & Mary DUFFY. SEE: Descendants of William WRAY [Jane JACKSON was the wife of Henry WRAY] and JACKSONs of Coleraine.

NOTE: Maghernagran, GortleeCarnamogagh Lower, &  Carnamogagh Upper, Killylastin,, and Letterkenny, are all in the Parish Conwal, Barony Kilmacrenan, Co. Donegal. Bellanascaddan and Kilmacrennan are both in Parish Kilmacrenan (on the northern border of Parish Conwal], Barony of Kilmacrenan

SEE: Beresford Family Tree. SEE also 1737 will of widow of Beresford JACKSON.

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18826

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1720 Apr 2

RANDALL-McDONNELL

Indenture of Lease. Randall Rt Hon Earl of Antrim demised to Archibald McDONNELL, Gent of Ballynebantry [?] 4 Quarters of land in Attelicur?[probably Anticur, Parish Rasharkin, Barony Kilconway], Barony of Killconway, County Antrim, for 31 years. WITNESSES: William JACKSON Esq. of Coleraine, Co. Londonderry; Alexander McNAUGHTEN, Esq of Benverden [Benvardin, Parish Dunluce, Barony Dunluce Lower], Co. Antrim; Edmond KEATING, Gent of Berdeville [Beardiville, Parish Ballywillin, Barony Dunluce Lower], Co. Antrim & Charles SMITH.

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19491

 

Londonderry

Dublin

Antrim

1721 Oct 31

BUNBURY-KENNEDY Bk 423  1708-1738 Londonderry & Coleraine

Image 310

Btw Walter BUNBURY City of Dublin Esq. & Dame Elizabeth IRWIN his wife of 1 pt. James KENNEDY of City of Dublin Esq. of other part…. Legal case & lands of Tun Tavern with Gardens and Stables in Blind Quay, Dublin…. 3 page deed … One House in Town of Coleraine

NOTE: A BUNBURY-JACKSON connection is through Rose JACKSON (1668-1738), daughter of William JACKSON and Sarah BERESFORD. She married Thomas BUNBURY.

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172

21077

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1701 Apr 21

REG

1722 Jun 22

GAGE et al – MONTGOMERY. Book Index 1708-1729

Image 93

Tripartite deed dated April 1, 1701: John HILL of Calmore [Calmore, Parish Kilcronaghan, Barony Loughinsholin], Co. Londonderry, Gent of 1st pt; Samuel HILL, Calmore & Mary his wife both since dec’d of 2nd part & Wm GAGE of Garvaghy [Garvagh , Parish Errigal, Barony Coleraine] in sd county since dec’d of 3rd part; and of another indenture Feb 17, 1706 made btw said John HILL and Samuel of the 1 pt & William GAGE of the other part … several lands (not listed) in the quinpartite deed were mortgaged to William GAGE for security of £400 … subject to a rent charge to be paid to said John HILL during his life …

Samuel HILL borrowed £150.13 and £20 from William GAGE and £150 pounds from William JACKSON of Tobermore, Co. Londonderry Gent.  And for securing the payment obliged William GAGE 28 Dec 1703  … The loan from William JACKSON dated 27th July 1706.  … Court of Common Pleas 27 Jan 1706  the penalty of £300.. in two separate instalments … Thomas GAGE of Ballymarghy [probably Bellymargy [Baile an Mhargaidh aka Bellarena, Parish Magilligan, Barony Keenaght] , son of William GAGE … equity descended to Rowly HILL of Calmore Esq. son & heir of Samuel and Mary HILL…Robert GAGE Rector of Aghadowey [Parish Aghadowey, Barony Coleraine] Clke & Robert BACON of Magiligan [Parish Magilligan, Barony Keenaght] both of Co. Londonderry Gents … Feb 9, 1720 btw Thomas GAGE of 1st pt; William MONTGOMERY of 2nd pt; Rowley HILL of 3rd pt; Robert GAGE and Robert BACON of 4th pt & said William JACKSON of 5th pt. sold lands in his actual possession to MONTGOMERY including: Bally[more?] [??] [????] Carrnargie [??], Ballyreagh [Ballyreagh, Parish of Ballywillin, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine] in Co. Londonderry & the quarter land of [???lle] Co. Antrim … term of 99 years …£711 …WITNESS: John GAGE of Aghadowey. Co. Londonderry & James GAGE of same. Memorial WITNESS: William LAW of Coleraine Gent & James GAGE of Aghadowey.

The premises SEE: Jacksons of Tobermore.

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270

22257

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1722 Dec 14

JACKSON-GLOVER Book Index 1708-1729

Image 146

Indenture of lease between Richard JACKSON of the City of Dublin Gent and Farmer GLOVER of the same City Esq. Of the other part. Whereas Richard JACKSON demised all that house or tenement where James ROBBIN lately dwelt situate in or near Kings Street in the suburbs of Dublin with the stable on the east side built by Samuel JACKSON Esq. Decd.  Also all that large Garden situate on the South Side of said Street and stable and also with the tenement on the east side of the said Garden and Liberty of Egress and Regress through the passage leading from King Street to the premises in as ample manner as the same were demised by the said Samuel JACKSON deceased to the said James ROBBINS. To hold to the said Farmer GLOVER from 29 Sept for the term of 50 years annual rent of £26. Witnessed Lewis JONES City of Dublin & John PURCELL now of the City of Corke Gent & William BARRY of City of Dublin.

NOTE: This is Richard JACKSON (1673-1730), nephew of Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706). SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

NOTE: Farmer GLOVER was also of Coleraine

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1

25390

BOLTON

Londonderry

1723 Feb 15

Dean John BOLTONs will Townland Bk 423  1708-1738 Londonderry & Coleraine 1708-1738

To son Thomas BOLTON lands in Co Meath… son Joseph BOLTON… son Richard… to son Joseph BOLTON 26 acres Creekstown Co Meath (lands purchased from Patrick BARNWELL) also Henry NICKS lands in Creekstown … Elizabeth BOLTON daughter of Joseph BOLTON

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84

27953

JACKSON, Richard

Coleraine & Dublin

1724 Feb 3

JACKSON-HILL Book Index 1708-1738

Image 52

Mtg bearing date 1 May 1724 between Richard JACKSON Coleraine, Co. Derry, Esq. Of 1st part & Rowly HILL, City of Dublin, Esq. Of 2nd and Bernard BRETT of Ballynewport Co. Down, Gent of 3rd part ... in consid. Of £700 BRETT granted to HILL townlands of Ballynewport term of 100 years (but they revert to JACKSON if he pays £720). WITNESS: William BOYD of Drumaewillin [Drumawillin , Parish Ramoan, Barony Cary] Co. Antrim Clerk Richard JACKSON [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine Richard JACKSON (aft 1658-1730)

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187

28974

Jackson, William

Londonderry

1725 May 31

RANKIN-JACKSON Bk 423  1708-1738 Grace Church Londonderry & Coleraine

For Henry RANKIN sailor one of the sons of John RANKIN of City of Londonderry late deceased in consid of £100 paid by William JACKSON of Coleraine in City of Londonderry Esq. and Edmond CARY of Redd Castle in Co. Donegal Esq…. had granted to William JACKSON the moiety or full half of the several quarter lands of Shrove [Stroove ?]  Karatravnan Cerehew Ballymacarter [Ballymacarthur] Ballyechan Fardrum and the Terry Greencastle. Also the lands of Curragh o Garry two Tryans [Fryans?] Ballypatton two truans, the quarter land of Mechletterbeall, Clare one Ballyboe and one third Ballyboe all in Barony of Eneshowen Co. Donegall and which were all of Donegall decd And also one moiety of a house in Londonderry…. Signed William JACKSON NOTE: William JACKSON (1695-1744), husband of Frances EYRE, and son of Capt. William JACKSON and Elizabeth GORGES. Redd Castle aka Red Castle is in townland of Carrickmaquigley, Parish Moville Upper,. It is on the western shore of Lough Foyle, abt 25 miles north of Londonderry and across the Lough from other Jackson holdings in Coleraine and Londonderry. The Co. Donegal townlands listed here are all in the Barony of Inishowen East, [aka Eneshowen]:

·         Shrove aka Stroove, Parish Movilla Lower;

·         Karatravnan aka Carrowtrasna (it is on the western border of Stroove), Parish of Moville Lower;

·         Cerehew aka Carrowhugh (it is on the western border of Carrowtrasna), Parish Moville Lower

·         Ballymacarter aka Ballymacarthur, Parish Moville Lower

·         Ballyechan aka Balleeghan, Parish Movilla Lower is on the western border of Ballymacarthur;

·         Fardrum aka Tardrum? Tardrum Cottages are about a km northeast of Greencastle in the Eleven Ballyboes, Parish Moville Lower;

·         Terry I do not know what this refers to. Although there is a Terrydrum, Parish of Tamlaght Finlagan, Barony Keenaght, Co. Londonderry, I suspect that it is part of the Eleven Ballyboes, Parish Moville Lower..

·         Greencastle is on the coast north-east from Moville, and probably within the Eleven Ballyboes, Parish Moville Lower

·         Curragh o Garry possibly Moneydarragh, Parish of Culdaff, which is on the northern border of Clare,, Parish Moville Upper

·         Ballypatton aka Ballyrattan, Parish Moville Upper on the eastern border of Clare;

·         Mechletterbeall aka Meenletterbale,, Parish Moville Lower; ,

Clare,, Parish Moville Upper.

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261

30485

JACKSON

Londonderry

Antrim

1720 Sep 28

Image 140

Earl of Antrim to MOORE Drumaheaglis [possibly Drumnaheigh, Parish Grange of Drumtullagh, Barony Cary] & Rosnashane [Rosnashane , Parish Finvoy, Barony Kilconway] WITNESSED by William JACKSON, Coleraine. Thanks to Linde Lunney and the further detective work of Nick Reddan. 1725 Dec 10

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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.

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312

35626

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1727 Jun 12

Image 456

RE: West Ballygelagh, parish Ballyaughran, Coleraine, co Londonderry WITNESS: William JACKSON, JP,  Circuit Court, Coleraine, co Londonderry

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139

37310

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1725 Apr 4

Image 78

JACKSON-The office of Clerk of market Bk 423  1708-1738 Londonderry & Coleraine

Btw Mayor Alderman and Burgesses of Corporation of Colerain, Co Londonderry of 1 pt & William JACKSON Esq. & Griffin HOWARD Gent two of the aldermen of the said Corp. inconsid of £100 paid by JACKSON & HOWARD let to them the office of the Clerke of the Market of Coleraine and also all that and those the Customs of the faires and Markets… rent of 36 pounds sterling. Executed by Arthur CHURCH, mayor of Coleraine Gent, & Frederick CURTIS Chamberlaine. WITNESSES John GALT, William & John CURTIS, all of Coleraine.

NOTE: In all likelihood, this is William JACKSON (abt 1695-1744). Griffin HOWARD was a witness to his father’s will. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

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197

37990

JACKSON, George

Antrim

1728 May 13

Image 112

Deed dated 13 May 1728 from town of Coleraine to James SMYTHE of Beardifield [possibly Beardiville , Parish of Ballywillin, Barony Dunluce Lower] the son of the alderman of the city, of the lands of Lisnablaugh [probably Lisnabraugh, Parish Derrykeighan, Barony Dunluce Lower]. witnessed by Lt. George JACKSON of Coleraine, Thomas Hollyday (Holliday) of Waterside, parish Killowen, Co. Londonderry, Innkeeper. (RD 57/197/37990)

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186

45822

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

Londonderry

1731 May 13

GODFREY-JACKSON Bk 423  1708-1738 Londonderry & Coleraine

Image 100

Btw Lieut William GODFREY of the Hon Col HOWARD’s Regiment of foot of the one part & Richard JACKSON of the City of Dublin Esq. of the other pt.  150 pounds paid to GODFREY for lease of Drommore als Drumore situate in territory Ballibette or Portion of land called Moytullagh [Moyhillagh? Moyheeland, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin], Co. Londonderry [could this be Moydamlaght in Parish Ballynascreen?]. WITNESS: Alexander McCAULEY of City of Dublin Esq. & James SAUNDERS clerk to Richard PREST of same city. William GODFREY [SEAL]See JACKSONs of Coleraine.

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264

46124

ASH

Londonderry & Coleraine

1731 Jun 19

ASH-AVERILL Bk 423  1708-1738 Londonderry & Coleraine Pennyburns Mills

For for £623 9s 9d William ASH made over to Isobel AVERILL mills called Pennyburn Mills [Pennyburn, Parish Templemore, Barony North-West Liberties of Londonderry] near City of Londonderry.

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103

49230

ROWLEY, Hercules

Dublin

Wicklow

Westmeath

Londonderry

1732 Oct 19

Image 59

The Mortgage mentioned in this Memorial is satisfied and discharged as appears by a certificate under Hand and Seal of the Mortgage bearing date the 24th day of April 1738 which Certificate is No 1734.

BTW Hercules Langford ROWLEY of City of Dublin Esq. of 1 pt. Richard Chappell WHALEY of Whaley Abbey Co. Wicklow Esq. of other pt. For sum of £500 … granted lands of Glanmanstowne Ballrowan Clonycully Curranstowne in Barony Forbill Co. Westmeath and Gnubane als Gnewbane in Barony Fortnullagh Co. Westmeath & Gills Loghonreagh [either Loughanreagh North or Loughanreagh South, Parish Kildollagh, Barony of N.E. Liberties of Coleraine] Pollins [probably Pullans South, Parish Kildollagh, Barony of N.E. Liberties of Coleraine],  Donmore [possibly Dromore, Parish Kildollagh, Barony of N.E. Liberties of Coleraine], Coldaragh als Coldcary [probably Coolderry North or Coolderry South Parish Kildollagh, Barony of N.E. Liberties of Coleraine] Lands in Controversy seven acres of Island Loughan [possibly Fish Loughan, Parish Kildollagh, Barony of N.E. Liberties of Coleraine],  in Barony Coleraine Co. Londonderry … WITNESS: Walter DAWSON of City of Dublin Esq & John WHYTE clerk to Mark WHYTE of Golden Lane City of Dublin Gent & John [REEBLY?] Drawer at the Three Tun Teveron [Tavern] in Essex Street City of Dublin & John BLACK servant to said Richard Chapply WHALEY

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391

66022

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

GODFREY-DOHERTY

The House or Tenemt No 92: 93

Dundean – Dunduan

Concerns in Church Street

93

609

67090

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Earl of Antrim-BRETT

Ballylagan Long Liberties

94

427

67157

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HARPER Ann & Elizth-THOMPSON

The Tenement No 156 the [?] backside & garden Church Street (North Side)

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133

65963

JACKSON, John

Londonderry

Coleraine

1738 Dec 25

HILL & Ld Tyrone-HOWARD

The field marked No 8

The Bann Field A messuage 67 & 68 Garden

The House wherein Griffn Howard dwells

The House called y Big Stable

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

Image 374

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

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

NOTE: a Tanyard was at Waterside, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine, Maner of Clothworkers. Bannfield Road is just south of the First Presbyterian Church, and seems to T into Blindgate Street near Beresford quare.

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278

66499

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HILL & Ld Tyrone-SMITH

A Lott or Piece of ground 58 front 08 deep opposite Barrack

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7

66152

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

1738

TODD-HUTCHESON

Isaac Todd’s half or pt of a house

Back Yard & Outhouses No 19; 20 Markett Street

Image 10

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

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

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68385

JACKSON

Londonderrry

1739 Mar 15

KINKEAD-JACKSON 1739-1810

Image 207

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

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31

67797

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

GRIFFITH-WYLLY

Coolederagh

Dromore

Maghracloy Par Babrashane

Par Babrashane

Par Ballyaghran

99

234

68870

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

1740 Apr 10

Earl of Shelburne & others-Earl of Bessborough

The Goldsmith’s Proportion Coleraine

Image 427

BTW Rt Hon Henry Earl of Shelburne of 1 pt & Rt Hon Brabazon Earl of Bessborough of other pt. [dozens of townlands mentioned in Manor of Goldsmith’s Hall]

NOTE: Brabazon Ponsonby, 1st Earl of Bessborough (1679 – 4 July 1758)

99

283

69139

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

1740 Jun 13

RICHARDSON-EYLES & ors

The Merchant Taylor’s Proportion Coleraine

Image 453

BTW William RICHARDSON of Somerset Co Londonderry Esq of 1 pt & Sir John EYLES Bart Post master General and one of the Aldermen of City of London & Roger DRAKE of City of London of other pt. … release in five parts … marriage of Mary EYLES to William RICHARDSON … all the Mannor of Land of Saint John Baptist in Co. Londonderry als Coleraine and also all the Advowson Donation Fee Disposition & Right of Patronage by Church of Camus Co. Londonderry … [dozens of townlands … demised by Company of Merchant Taylors to John GORGES 4th & 5th day of June 1663

100

71

69591

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

1739 Feb 9

Earl of Antrim-McNAUGHTEN

Kirkstown in ye Long Liberties

Image 43

BTW Alexander Earl of Antrim of 1 pt & Bartholomew McNAUGHTEN of Benvardining [Benvardin, Parish of Dunluce, in the Barony of Dunluce Lower] Co. Antrim Esq.– all that quarter land of Kirkstown [Kirkistown, Parish Ballyrashane, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine] containing 77a in Long Liberties of Colerain, Barony Dunluce Co. Londonderry … WITNESS: Samuel WARRING & Gabrielle HEATLY both of City of Dublin

101

172

70503

JACKSON

Londonderry

1740 Jan 20

Image 92

Lease by Catherine ROWLEY of City of Dublin spinster & Rowley HILL of Walworth [Walworth, Parish Tamlaght-finlagan, Barony Keenaght and/or Walworth, Parish Faughanvale, Barony Tirkeeran NOTE: They share a border], Co. Londonderry esq. to William JACKSON Jr of Dunnigrenan [possibly Drumballyhagan or Drumballyhagan Clark, Parish Kilcronaghan, Barony Loughinsholin] Co Londonderry Surgeon bearing date  the 17th day of June 1735 whereby Catherine ROWLEY demised to said William JACKSON  all that part of the half town of Dunnigrennan formerly held by David BIGOTT John McMICHAEL together with the old Highway from the housestead  wherein Gillaspy M’CONNAGHY formerly lived to the Flush called Dunigrinen Flush also that part of the town of Tobermore [Tobermore, Parish Kilcronaghan, Barony Loughinsholin] cont 3 tenements ranging to the street of Tobermore Town on the South and to a road or way  of forty foot broad of the rere made  out of Tobermore town to Dunigrinnan Fort on the West which was served out of this demise… more description.. were demised by Hugh ROWLEY to Robert Mc[ILREE?]  and the same was held by Capt William JACKSON father to the said William JACKSON excepting unto the said Catherine ROWLEY & Rowley Hill the meadow next to the Flush which Hugh ROWLEY kept to his own use. All to William JACKSON jr for lives of said William JACKSON jr.  Ann CUNNINGHAM jr daughter of Gorges CUNNINGHAM of Spring Hill, Co. Londonderry & Martha CORNWALL daughter of John CORNWALL of Mullaghmargaret Co. Tyrone Gent. WITNESS: Letitia HILL, spinster, John CORNWALL Sadler George MOORE Public Notary all of City of Dublin. NOTE: See reference to marriage of a William JACKSON to a Martha CORNWALL ROD #70504. This may link the JACKSONs of Tobermore  to the JACKSONs of Coleraine and also given the ROWLY connection to the JACKSONs of Tullyvallen and from there to the JACKSONs of Urker.

NOTE: Dun Grianan Fort (in this deed as Dunigrinnan Fort?) is in Co. Donegal. Greenfort Demesne (Grianfort) , Clondavaddog Civil Parish, Barony of Kilmacrenan, Co. Donegal

Greenfort Island (aka Green Fort Island) , Clondavaddog Civil Parish, Barony of Kilmacrenan, Co. Donegal

NOTE: In 1796 there was a Robert McIlree at the Vow [a townland on the River Bann where there once was a ferry]. Belfast News Letter. Thanks to Linde Lunney for this.

101

363

71612

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1735 Dec 1

JACKSON-MOORE & ors Book Index 1730-45

Image 188

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry Esq in consideration of rents paid by John WHITE, Samuel MOOR, John HANNA, Duncan CALVY, James MITCHELL & James REED  all three parts of Ballystroan [Ballystrone, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine] now in their possession … rent of £34 together with 18 Pullets to be delivered yearly on 1st Jan or 6s sterling also to carry every summer to the Mansion House near Coleraine of their own cutting and Winning 90 sacks of Turf every sack containing ten bushels …. WITNESS: William CHURCH & Henry PLATT both of Colerain & William KINKEAD of Coleraine

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

101

371

71699

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1734 Nov 9

JACKSON-FORBES & ors Book Index 1730-45

Image 192

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry Esq.  in consideration of £14.11.9 set to John FORBES, Mary FORBES, Joseph LEIGHTON, John BOYD & James FORBES all of Ballywoodrickmore [Ballywildrick Lower, & Ballywildrick Upper, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine]  in Parish Dunboe … yearly rent of £11.15s  with Duties to wit one Dozen of good Puletts  … 35 sacks of turf …. WITNESS: William CHURCH & Samuel MOORE both of Coleraine Memorial WITNESS: William CHURCH & John BOYD of Ballywillrickmore William JACKSON [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

102

426

71609

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1735 Aug 14

JACKSON-HOLMES

Image 243

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry, Esq. For rent set to John HOLMES land of Ardadillon [Artidillon, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Parish of Dunboe, Manor of Clothworkers, Co Londonderry … Duties 6 bushels of  [?] clean oats … 30 sacks turf of his own cutting and winding every sack containing 10 bushels… WITNESS: William CHURCH & John BOYD of Ballywillrick [Ballywildrick Lower, & Ballywildrick Upper, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine]. John HOLMES [SEAL] SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

102

436

71651

 

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1734 Oct 25

JACKSON-CASKEY Book Index 1730-45

Image 248

William JACKSON of Coleraine, Co Londonderry Esq. in consideration of £1.10.7 ½ in consideration of rents, let to Samuel EASKEY, Mathew HINES & Wm NESBITT all of Toymullan [probably Formullen, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine] in Parish Dunboe [NOTE: Borders Parish Dunboe], all of the two parts of Toymullan now in their possession in parish of Dunboe, Manor of Clothworkers, Co Londonderry for term of 35 years.  At yearly rent of £6.14.2 with duties to wit Six Bushels of Good Sufficient Merchantable Oats or 2s8p… also 30 sacks of turf of his and their own Cuting and Winding or 7s 6p in lieu and turf to be delivered at the Mansion House near Coleraine … and every sack containing 10 bushels WITNESS: Thomas ADERTON & Wm CHURCH both of Coleraine and memorial witnessed by Wm CHURCH and John BOYD of Ballywillrick [Ballywildrick Lower, & Ballywildrick Upper, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Co. Londonderry. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

103

143

70978

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

JORDAN otherwise MECAN-DOBSON & DOBSON-JORDAN otherwise Mecan

Kirksten 3 qrs

[?]naught

Ballin[?]llen

Clogher Ba Dunluce

Long Liberties

103

303

71271

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

BACON-KING

Loghenreagh & Corn Mill

Ballygelagh Par Ballyaghran

103

303

71272

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

BROWN-BACON

Loghenreagh & Corn Mill

Ballygelagh Par Ballyaghran

104

8

71677

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

1741 Jun 17

Earl of Antrim-O’NEILL

Caphagh .. Garbergel

Tulloghmurry Gorryburgal

[?] Warren Ballygelagh

[?] [?]

[?] [?]

[?] [?]Pa Agherton

Image 11

BTW Rt Hon Alexander Earl of Anrim of 1 pt & Felix O’NEILL of Neilsbrook [in Randalstown, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper,] Co. Antrim Esq of the other … the quarter lands of Cappagh [either Cappagh Beg  or Cappagh More, Parish Ballyaghran, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine] the quarter land of Tulloghmurry [either East Tullaghmurryor West Tullaghmurry Parish Ballyaghran, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine], and the Conde Warren [?] the quarter land of Drumslade [Drumslade, Parish Ballyaghran, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine], the quarter land of Garborgel otherwise Gorryburgal [Garborgle, Parish Ballyaghran, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine] and Carnalbanagh the quarter land of Ballygelagh [probably Ballygallin, Parish Ballyaghran, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine], the quarter land of Craigtown [either Craigtown Beg, or Craigtown More, Parish Ballyaghran, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine]and Island Tassery [Island-Tasserty, Parish Ballyaghran, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine] all in Parish Aghertonlong [aka Ballyaghran] Liberties of Colerain Co. Londonderry … WITNESS: Samuel WARING & Gabriel HEATLY both of City of Dublin Gent

104

55

71936

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

BOYLE & wife-STEWART

Illegible

104

150

72358

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1734 Jul 22

JACKSON-COCHRAN Book Index 1730-45

Image 84

BTW William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry Esq. ... set to Samuel COCHRAN of Fox Dardaress in Parish Dunboe all that third part of Foxdardress [probably Dartress, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine]  … 4 bushels of sufficient clean oats 20 barrels of Turf to be delivered to Mansion House House [aka Jackson Hall in Townland Waterside, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine] near Coleraine  … WITNESS: William CHURCH & & Mathew STEELE both of Coleraine. Samuel COCKRAN [SEAL] SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

105

33

72359

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1735 Aug 11

JACKSON-MILLER Book Index 1730-45

Image 322

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry Esq. .. town land called Bogtown [Bogtown, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] lands in Drumboe, Manor of Clothworkers to David MILLER & John MILLER… rent of 15 pounds 13s 8d together with one Bowl or twelve bushels of fluffed and cleaned oats… and deliver to the Mansion House House [aka Jackson Hall in Townland Waterside, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine one hundred barrels of turf every barrel containing ten bushels of their own cutting and winding…35year term.. Witnessed: Samuel MOORE & John BOYD. Of Ballywillrick [Ballywildrick Lower, & Ballywildrick Upper, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine],, Co Londonderry. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

105

34

72360

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1741 Oct 21

JACKSON-LONG Book Index 1730-45

Image 323

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry to John LONG for 1/3rd part of Ballyhacket Moygilligan [Ballyhacket Magilligan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine,] in parish of Drumbo, Manor of Clothworkers House [aka Jackson Hall in Townland Waterside, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine] for similar terms as above. WITNESS: William KINKEAD & William CHURCH

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

105

34

72361

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1741 Oct 21

JACKSON-BOYD Book Index 1730-45

Image 323

WilliamJACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry part of Ballyhacket Clonconney [Ballyhacket Glenahorry, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Parish of Drumbo, Manor of Clothworkers,  to Benjamin BOYD. Similar to above. WITNESS: Samuel MOORE & Henry HAMILTON.

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

105

35

72362

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1741 Oct 21

JACKSON-FENSON [BENSON?] Book Index 1730-45

Image 323

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry to Joseph TERSON (BENSON?) of Ballywooldrichmore [Ballywildrick Lower, and/or Ballywildrick Upper, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] all that part of Ballywooldrichmore now in his possession, parish of Drumbo. Manor of Clothworkers, Co. Londonderry for 35 years. WITNESS: William CHURCH & James FORBES. William JACKSON [SEAL]

Similar to above. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

105

461

74300

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Earl of Antrim-HUNTER Corrstowne Bo. Dunluce

 

105

487

74424

JACKSON

Londonderry

 

1742 Jul 9

JACKSON-WILSON Clothworkers

Image 536

BTW William JACKSON of Colerain Co. Londonderry Esq in consideration of £7.18.3

Lease of townland of Ballymoney [Ballymoney, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Parish of Dunboe, Manor of Clothworkers did set to farm to James WILSON, James RANKIN & Wm LOUGHRICK all of Ballymoney also that townland of Ballymoney now in their possession… term of 35 years.. yearly rent of £5.5.6 with duties to wit 30 sacks of turf of their own cutting and winding and every sack containing ten bushels or else 7s 6d in Lieu to be delivered yearly at the Mansion House [aka Jackson Hall in Townland Waterside, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine] near Colerain. WITNESS: William CHURCH & Samuel MOOR both of Colerain Memorial witnesses Samuel MOOR & John BOYD. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

105

545

74724

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CAMPBELL-CALDWELL

A house back houses & Garden formerly belonging to Mr FISICKER [TISICKER?] Church Street

106

21

72558

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

1736 Nov 13

GODFREY-DOHERTY

A Tan Yard near Mill Bridge

Image 18

BTW William GODFREY of Coleraine Co. Londonderry Tanner of 1 pt & William DOHERTY of Coleraine Co. Londonderry Merchant of other pt. … article of agreement granted to William GODFREY by Hon Soc of Governor and a first [?] London of the New Plantation of Ulster of the Tannyard at or near the Mill Bridge in the Suburbs of Coleraine for term of 61 years … WITNESS: Joseph DOUTHILL of Coleraine Inn Keeper & Rev. John McLEAN of Prospect Co. Antrim

107

362

74511

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

1740 Jul 10

GODFREY-DALHOUSSEN

A Tan Yard Without Kings Gate

Image 498

BTW William GODFREY of Coleraine Co. Londonderry Gent of 1 pt & Charles DALHOUSE of Coleraine Shopkeeper & Robert DALHOUSE of Parish Aghanlowin [possibly Aghadowey] Co. Londonderry Farmer of other pt  … Tannyard being without Kings Gate of Coleraine next joining to the Mill Bridge with the waste Newhouse Garden & all other appurtenances as held from Hon Society of London for term of 31 years … WITNESS: John McALLISTER Castleroe [Castleroe, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine] Co. Londonderry & John McDOUGALL of Coleraine Merchants

NOTE: At “Kings Gate” was a drawbridge over the Moat, on the eastern end of Church Street, in line with the east wall of St. Patrick’s Church graveyard. It was in Coleraine, Parish Coleraine, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine

107

481

75059

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

ECHLIN-HENRY

Turnacavog Turnacavock

Loughameagh – Loghenreagh

Loghanreagh-Turnacracock

108

466

77038

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

1743 May 4

PATRICK-LYNHAM

The Butchers Shambles and a holding containing 2 ½ acres

Image 282

BTW Alexander PATRICK of Coleraine Co Londonderry Merchant of 1 pt & Rev. Richard LYNAM of Coleraine Clerke of other pt .. in consideration of £100 sold the Butchers Shambles lying and being between the house of the said Alexander PATRICK and the house wherein Thomas RAMADGE Merchant now dwelleth together with the holding now possessed by John MERCER abt 2a ½ on the left hand of the road leading from Coleraine to Ballymoney … WITNESS: Charles CHURCH & Robert FFARRIER both of Coleraine Gents. … Justices of the Peace: William JACKSON & William FORD.

108

467

77039

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

1743 May 24

RAMAGE-LYNHAM

A house in possession of Elizabeth GALT & back houses & Garden & Mortons

Fogans Boyds & Quiggs Farms Market Street

Image 283

BTW Thomas RAMADGE of Coleraine Co. Londonderry Merchant of 1 pt & Richard LYNAM of Coleraine Clerk of other pt .. for £100 granted the dwelling house in Market Street Coleraine now in possession of Mrs. Elizabeth GALT with outhouses and garden belonging together with Widow MARTIN’s farm John HAGAN’s farm Widow BOYLE’s farm and Robert QUIGG’s farm in Parish Coleraine … WITNESS: Charles CHURCH & Andrew RAMADGE both of Coleraine. Justices of the Peace: William JACKSON & William FORD.

108

471

77053

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CAMPBELL-WYLLY

Island Effrick pt the Bleachgreen & 3 acres A House & Two fields

108

472

77054

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Corporation of Coleraine-SHIPBOY

Dooeybeg Doveybegg

Dowvbegg 2d Ballyachran

108

473

77056

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

GIVEEN-WYLLY

Coolederagh

Dromore Par Babrashane

Par Babrashane

Par Ballyaghran

Maghracloy

108

486

77095

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Corp of Coleraine-ORR

Inishmeran Par Ballywillen

109

13

74361

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

1742 May 8

Image 339

BTW Charles CHURCH of Langmore Co. Londonderry Gent & William CHURCH of Town of Coleraine Merchant of 1 pt & Charles RICHARDSON of City of Londonderry Esq of other pt. Whereas Hercules HEYLAND of Castleroe Co. Londonderry Esq in 1735 obtained judgement against Charles CHURCH for £4 & £40 against Charles & Chichester CHURCH …conveyed to Hercules HEYLAND townland Slaghtneal [probably Slaghtybogy, Parish Maghera, Barony Loughinsholin], Parish Maghera & also townlands of Langmore in Parish Aghadowey Co. Londonderry … judgement to Dominick HEYLAND the younger of Castleroe Gent .. pay of William GAGE … Charles RICHARDSON … WITNESS: Dominick HEYLAND of Castleroe Gent & Robert MILLER of Coleraine Merchant.

109

143

75288

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Town of Coleraine-WILSON

Dooeybeg Doveybegg

Dowvbegg 2d Ballyachran

109

444

76539

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

GALT-GALT

The House Jno GALT Dwelt in & ye back Houses & Garden

110

5

75133

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HEYLAND & ors-SCOTT & ors

Farrenlestre

Farranlashane

111

239

7639

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

O’NEIL-LATOUCHE

Caphagh .. Garbergel

Tulloghmurry Gorryburgal

[?] Warren Ballygelagh

[?] [?]

[?] [?]

[?] [?]Pa Agherton

111

239

76391

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

O’NEILL-Latouche

Cappagh Crossreagh

Carnalbanagh Craigtownlittle

Drumslade Garborgell

Gorryburgell Ballygelagh

Island Tasserty

Tulloughmurry & Coniewarren Par Agherton

Long Liberties

111

378

77055

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Corporation of Coleraine-IRWIN

Dooeybeg Doveybegg

Dowvbegg 2d Ballyachran

112

61

77040

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CURTIS-LYNHAM

Sevl Houses & Holdings

Commons pt New Row

112

97

77216

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Corp Coleraine-DUNLOP & ors

Inishmeran Par Ballywillen

112

260

77952

JACKSON, William

Antrim

Dublin

Londonderry

1741 Feb 2

WARD & others – GORGES of Tyrone Book Index 1730-45

Image 151

BTW Michael WARD Esq. One of the Justices of his Majesties Court & Hugh BOYD of Ballycastle [Ballycastle, Parish Aghanloo, Barony Keenaght] late Drumawillen [Drumawillin, Parish Ramoan, Barony Cary, Co Antrim Esq. & John ANDERSON City of Dublin Apothecary executors of the last will and testament of Richard JACKSON Esq. late of the City of Dublin dec’d of the first part. Hamilton GORGES of the City of Dublin Esq. Of the 2nd pt. & William JACKSON Esq. of Colerain, Co Londonderry of 3rd pt ... reciting earlier deed.13 Oct 1729  btw said William JACKSON of 1 pt & said Richard JACKSON deceased of the other pt, the said William JACKSON for securing the repayment of £2,059 2.6 ½ in consid of 5s granted to said Richard JACKSON the several freehold messuages .. Ballymadagan [Ballymadigan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Drumnaquil [Drumaquill, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine], Donballycarn [possibly Drumballyhagan Clark], Ringressbegg [Ringrash Beg, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine], Rinressmore [Ringrash More, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine], Artecleave [Articlave Lower (most likely) or Articlave Upper, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], the lower Altabrean [??] situate in Co. Londonderry … for 500 years at the yearly rent of one peppercorn but subject to be void according to a proviso therein contained. Michael WARD, Hugh BOYD & John ANDERSON in consideration of £2,003.5.3 did at the instance of said William JACKSON transfer to said Hamilton GORGES all said mortgaged lands, tenements & premises to hold to said Hamilton GORGES… for remaining term of 200 years subject to the proviso or condition of redemption and by which the said Hamilton GORGES declared that the said deed was taken in his name. John TRUST for the Rt. Hon. Marcus Lord Viscount Tyrone... WITNESS: William McCAUSLAND & Fairfax MERCER both of Dublin, Gent & by the said Hamilton GORGES in presence of Sackville BERESFORD of same, Gent & Wm McCAUSLAND & Hugh BOYD & Wm JACKSON in presence of Sackville BERESFORD & Dom HEYLAND of Castleroe. Hamilton GORGES [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

NOTE: Boyd, Hugh (1690–1765), entrepreneur, was one of several sons of the Rev. William Boyd, vicar of Ramoan, Co. Antrim (who is said to have had at least two sons by a second marriage), and his first wife, Rose, daughter of Daniel MacNeill of Dunaneeny near Ballycastle . SOURCE: Dictionary of Irish Biography.

NOTE: Elizabeth BOYD, the sister of Hugh BOYD, married Richard JACKSON (1673-1730)

112

331

78304

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CARY-GORGES Millburn

NOTE #78304 has to do with Dublin and does not include CARY or GORGES

112

331

78323

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

1743 July 24

CARY-GORGES

Image 187

BTW Henry CARY of Dungiven Co. Londonderry Esq. Edward CARY Esq his eldest son & heir of 1st pt; William ANNESLEY of City of Dublin Esq & William SCOTT of City of Dublin Esq of 2nd pt Hamilton GORGE of City of Dublin Esq & Edward CARY of Dungiven Co. Londonderry of 3rd pt & the Hon Jane BERESFORD 2nd dau of Hon Marcus Lord Viscount Tyrone of 4th pt. Marriage to be btw Edward CARY & Jane BERESFORD … settlement £5.000 paid by Lord Tyrone and also further sum of £ 1,000 … lands of Farclone als Farclowne, Killeblight als Killyblaght, Derryard, Flanders, Ballycaragan als Ballycardgagan als Ballycaragan, Derryfflagh als Derryliene als Derrylone als Derrynafla, Ballymony & Coolfiny all in Co. Londondery and also Ballyharke als Ballywhorke, Leaden in Co. Donegal … all that Manor Pellipars in Co. Londonderry als Coleraine & Tyrone in Province of Ulster  … being part of the late dissolved Abby Monastery or Religious House of Dungiven in Barony Kenaught Co. Londonderry al Coleraine and all Lands Tenements Edifices [?] & Tythes & the Heriditiments of the Manor & Wardens of the Guild or Fraternity of the Skinners of London … and also lands of Dungiven and Mahereboy, Ovill, Norebeg, Strahemslimore, Ballynulyge, Ballyallen, Leftahelogure, Maheriboy in Barony Kenaught Co. Londonderry als Coleraine [note many more townlands listed in Barony Keenaght] … McPHILIP JACKSON of London Surveyors in 1740 … lives of Henry CARY and his two sons Edward CARY & Frederick Cary HAMILTON … WITNESS: Thomas SMITH of City of Dublin Gent & James HAMILTON of City of Dublin Gent & Sackville BERESFORD of City of Dublin Clke

112

465

19179

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Town of Coleraine-KEITH

Islandverrin Par Ballyaghran

113

238

7814

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Earl of Antrim-STEWART

Ballylease Ballyless

Ballylease North & South

Lower Gallvoille or Gallbally

Ballyemond west Gallvolley st wt & north

Garrylaban

Big Ballyenon or Ballybin

Roselick Roseleek Long Liberties

Ballyachron

114

234

78765

JACKSON, Richard & ors

Dublin

1743 Mar 24

JACKSON-DEAKER or DEACON

Image 433

BUNBURY-JACKSON (In this index, but no mention of BUNBURY)

Between Richard JACKSON Esq. Only son & heir of Richard JACKSON late of City of Dublin Esq. Esq. Deceased of 1st part & William DEAKEN of City of Dublin. Whereby the said Richard JACKSON in consideration of the [survival] of a former lease made by the said Richard JACKSON deceased to Farmer GLOVER of holding of 50 years 29 Sept 1708 for yearly rent £26 the lease since legally come to William DEAKEN and in consid of £35 paid to Richard JACKSON by the said William DEAKEN plot of land on North side of Glovers Alley near Kings St in Parish of St. Peters & Corporation of City of Dublin Glovers Alley near Kings St., Parish of St. Peters Co. Dublin .as described in map with all houses buildings improvements erected or made… by virtue of lease recited & also Liberty of Egress and regress thro Glovers Alley & the Passage leading to the Sugar House ... to hold to William DEAKEN etc from 29th Sept for 59 years at rent of £27 .10 above Taxes lease as often as Richard JACKSON or any Person or Persons in Trust for him who obtains a renewal or new lease from the Vicars Choralls of St. Patricks Church Dublin or their Successor … yearly rent of £27.10 ...£520  of the fine & Increase rent the whole of such fine and increase Rent in 1667 …WITNESS: John DEAKEN City of Dublin, Gent & Gilbert ALLASON  Thomas CONWAY Servant to William DEAKEN. NOTE: This is the Richard JACKSON of Forkhill. JACKSONs of Coleraine

114

463

79657

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

DOBSON-MERCER

Kirksten 3 qrs

[?]naught

Ballin[?]llen

Clogher Ba Dunluce

Long Liberties

114

495

79775

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

DUNLOP-EKENBROOK [?]

The House or Tenemt No 92: 93

Dundean – Dunduan

Concerns in Church Street

115

65

79272

BAILIE

Antrim

1743 Dec 22

ADAIR, Robert Sr.-BAILIE Notes in 2009 diary 1730-1745

Between Robert ADAIR of Ballymena, Co. Antrim of 1 part & Andrew BAILEY, Taylor & Martha BAILY spinster both of Town of Ballymena grant to BAILEY ... townland on south side of Mill Street, Ballymena next to Robert LOGGONs tenement on east & Agnes STEPHENSONs on west with ale houses outhouses ...term 90 years. WITNESS: Joseph DEAN of Ballymena [possibly Ballymena, Parish Skerry, Barony Antrim Lower] & James MOORE of Ballyreagh [Ballyreagh, Parish of Ballywillin, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine], both Gents of Antrim

115

354

143054

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Earl of Antrim-SMITH

Ballylease Ballyless

Ballylease North & South

Lower Gallvoille or Gallbally

Ballyemond west Gallvolley st wt & north

Garrylaban

Big Ballyenon or Ballybin

Roselick Roseleek

117

164

80138

JACKSON

Londonderry

1744 May 28

BENNETT-JACKSON  between KINKHEAD-JACKSON deed & related ones

Image 361

Btw John BENNETT of Colerain, Co. Londonderry Gent of the 1 pt & William JACKSON of the same Esq. of the 2nd pt. reciting an earlier deed March 2, 1724, made an executed by the said William JACKSONJACKSON had demised to BENNETT the garden & tanyard & waterside [Waterside] in the Parish of Killowen [Barony Coleraine] Maner of Clothworkers, Co. Londonderry which had been late of the possession of Samuel CORBETT deceased… BENNETT assigned this all back to JACKSON. WITNESS: Hercules HEYLAND of Castleroe [Castleroe, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine], Co. Londonderry Esq & by the eldest Robert GIVEEN of Kiltowen [Parish Killowen] in said Co. linen draper & by John M’ALESTER of Colerain Gent. William JACKSON [SEAL]. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

117

200

80312

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1735 Nov 1

JACKSON-TOMM Book Index 1730-45

Image 379

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry ..to Samuel TOMM of Ardwillan  [Artidillon, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] all of Ardwillan in his possession, Parish of Drumboe, Manor of Clothworkers... SEE; JACKSONs of Coleraine

117

278

80785

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1741 Apr 13

CORRY-HYLAND & ors Book Index 1730-45

Image 421

BTW William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry Esq. and Henry CARRY of Dungiven [Dungiven, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] Co. Londonderry Esq of 1st pt. Hercules HEYLAND of Castlerowe [Castleroe, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine] Co. Londonderry Esq. of 2nd pt and Marcus Lord Viscount Tyrone of 3rd pt.. Reciting earlier deed Oct 13, 1729, the Clothworkers of London had demised to Richard JACKSON of Dublin Esq all that Manor of Clothworkers in the Kingdom of Ireland for a term of 51 years dating from May 1, 1720… reciting that the said Richard JACKSON had by his deed bearing date Oct 13, 1729 declared that the said indenture so made by the Master Wardens & Commonwealth aforesaid was made in trust for the said William JACKSON by way of a better security for the sum of £2,050.4.6 which the said William JACKSON then owed unto him… William CARY & William JACKSON discharged the debts and assigned townlands to Hercules HEYLAN. in Manor of Clothworkers: Ballantiremore [??], Balantirebeg [??], Ballydunaallismore [??], Gortycavans [Gortycavan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Ballywibrickmore & Ballywillrickbeg [Ballywildrick Lower, & Ballywildrick Upper, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] Ballygarrow Toymullan[probably Formullen, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine] Four Ballyhackets [Ballyhacket Magilligan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine,] [Ballyhacket Glenahorry, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] Ballyhacket Lisawilling, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], [Ballyhacket Toberclaw, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] & Ballyhowan [??], With appurtenances set to solvent tenants WITNESS Connolly MCAUSLAND of Fruithill Esq. & John M’ALESTER of Colerain Gent & Dominick HEYLAND of the same Esq. & Richard RANKIN servant to said William JACKSON Hercules HEYLAND [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

117

306

80910

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

1744 Mar 7

HOWARD- GIVEEN

The field marked No 8

The Bann Field A messuage 67 & 68 Garden

The House wherein Griffn Howard dwells

The House called ey Big Stable

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

Image 436

BTW Griffin HOWARD of Coleraine Co. Londonderry Esq of 1 pt & Robert GIVEEN the elder of Coleraine Merchant of the other… in consideration of £205 field marked No. * containing 5a also a field known as Bannfield also the house where Griffin HOWARD lived 35’ in front & 75’ in depth known by the name of Big Stable all then in possession of Griffin HOWARD & his undertenants together with a small Cabin formerly in possession of John JACKSON and Mary FOSTER adjoining he East end of said Stable in town of Coleraine & also messuage or tenement marked 67 &68 containing in breadth to the street 33’ with the garden belonging to same in length 174’ also with 20a land bounded westerly by the Glabe southerly on Mrs. HATTONs Land northerly & easterly with the appurtenances which said last messuage or tenement and land are situate within town & Libertys of Colerain formerly in possession of Samuel DAVIS of his undertenants containing 4a next the field called the Shoulder of Mutton on the left hand side of the rod leading to Mount Sandy near the town of Coleraine as also the Tannyard without the campart [rampart?] of Coleraine… WITNESS: Robert GAGE & Robert FARRIER both of Coleraine merchants. Griffith HOWARD [SEAL]

NOTE: Need to find out which John JACKSON the owner of the Cabin had been.

118

569

120476

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

BARWICK-CURTIS & CURTICE-BARWICK

Hillman’s fancy

Three Parks Par Coleraine

119

337

82718

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HENRY-PETTIGREW

Turnacavog Turnacavock

Loughameagh – Loghenreagh

Loghanreagh-Turnacracock

121

137

823

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

STAFFORD & ors-STEWART

Ballylease Ballyless

Ballylease North & South

Lower Gallvoille or Gallbally

Ballyemond west Gallvolley st wt & north

Garrylaban

Big Ballyenon or Ballybin

Roselick Roseleek Long Liberties

Ballyachron

121

433

83495

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

WYLLY-GIVEEN

Island Effrick pt the Bleachgreen & 3 acres A House & Two fields

121

433

83495

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

WYLLY-GIVEEN

Ballynag JnoGyles Farm

Island Effrick Little & greater

Doctor Squires Field Bleach Green

The Tenement No. 26. 27. 28. 29 & 30

John Thompsons field No. 3

Belhouse Lane

122

397

84523

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HEMPHILL-GALT

Turnakibog Pollins

 

124

375

85065

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

1746 Sept 19

CARY-LINDSAY

A park & sevl houses and gardens

Image 185

BTW Henry CARY of Dungivin [Dungiven, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] Co. Londonderry Esq. of 1 pt & David LINDSAY of Coleraine Merchant of other pt. … the first field on the left side of the road leading from Fultons Gate to Milburn containing 5a 3r … the 1/3rd of Houses and Gardens now in possession of said David LINDSAY

125

490

85838

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

LATOUCHE & ors-FORTICK & ors

Caphagh .. Garbergel

Tulloghmurry Gorryburgal

[?] Warren Ballygelagh

[?] [?]

[?] [?]

[?] [?]Pa Agherton

126

239

86796

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Earl of Antrim-WYLY

Ballynag JnoGyles Farm

Island Effrick Little & greater

Doctor Squires Field Bleach Green

The Tenement No. 26. 27. 28. 29 & 30

John Thompsons field No. 3 Belhouse Lane

126

407

88000

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

TODD & another-PATTERSON

A parcel of land within the Parish of Coleraine

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

128

453

87539

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HARRISON-NEILSON

Maddbeny South Long Liberties

128

572

88733

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

WYLLY-McRANELL

Ballynag JnoGyles Farm

Island Effrick Little & greater

Doctor Squires Field Bleach Green

The Tenement No. 26. 27. 28. 29 & 30

John Thompsons field No. 3 Belhouse Lane

129

1

85878

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

O’NEIL & Son-BRISTON & ors

Caphagh .. Garbergel

Tulloghmurry Gorryburgal

[?] Warren Ballygelagh

[?] [?]

[?] [?]

[?] [?]Pa Agherton

130

437

89799

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Earl of Tyrone-SMITH

A Messuage no. 76 / 58 front

A Messuage No. 75 Bridge Street Soth side

130

471

89927

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

ALISON & Son-NEILSON

Maugherybuy Islandflackey

Maghreyboy Long Liberties

A tenement No 45/ 17 front New Row

132

444

89928

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

ALISON-NEILSON

Maugherybuy Islandflackey

Maghreyboy Long Liberties

A tenement No 45/ 17 front New Row

136

113

90772

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

BARWICK-WILSON

Hillman’s fancy

Three Parks Par Coleraine

136

120

90795

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

BOYDE-KNOX

Ballymellvenan

Ballymackievannen

139

129

284381

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HENRY-HENRY A messuage tenement & dwelling house 33’ front Church Street

139

290

94192

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HOWARD-BRISTON

Kirksten 3 qrs

[?]naught

Ballin[?]llen

Clogher Ba Dunluce

Long Liberties

139

292

94194

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Earl of Antrim-STEWART

Kirksten 3 qrs

[?]naught

Ballin[?]llen

Clogher Ba Dunluce

Long Liberties

139

520

94247

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

STEWART-BRISTON

Kirksten 3 qrs

[?]naught

Ballin[?]llen

Clogher Ba Dunluce

Long Liberties

140

231

94380

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Earl of Antrim-THOMPSON & ors

Madyvanny North

140

256

94586

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

Londonderry

1750 May 5

WHYTE 1746-1758

Image 136

Btw Hamilton GORGES City of Dublin Esq. of 1st pt & Rt Honorable Marcus Earl of Tyrone of the 2nd pt; Mark WHYTE of the City of Dublin Esq. of the 3rd pt. & Richard JACKSON of Coleraine, Co. Londonderry Esq. of the 4th pt…. reciting whereby Hamilton GORGES at the request of and by and with the consent of the Earl of Tyrone & Richard JACKSON transferred to Mark WHYTE townland Ballymadagan [Ballymadigan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Drumnaquill [Drumaquill, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine], Donbalycarn [possibly Drumballyhagan Clark], Ringressbogg [Ringrash Beg, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine.], Ringresmore [Ringrash More, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine], Artecleave the Lower Articlave Lower, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine & Altabreen [probably Altibrian, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine, - the parishes of Dunboe & Formoyle share a border] Co Londonderry and all other hereditaments of William JACKSON hereafter named for term of 500 years then unexpired by virtue of a deed dated 13 Oct 1729 btw William JACKSON Esq of Coleraine of 1 pt and Richard JACKSON Esq of City of Dublin since deceased of other pt. … this is a memorial of that deed WITNESS: Edward STORLING of City of Dublin Esq & his clerk James WHITE.  Signed by Richard JACKSONNOTE: Hamilton GORGES (1712-?) was a nephew of Elizabeth GORGES (1645-1747) wife of William JACKSON (1665-1712). Their son was a William JACKSON (1695-1744) – likely the signatory to the recited deed of 1729. Both William JACKSONs and Hamilton GORGES were related to both of the Richard JACKSONs mentioned. See: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

140

277

94678

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

LYLE & wife-HYDE & ors

Ballynagg

Little Island Effrick

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 [Drumawillin, Parish Ramoan, Barony Cary, Co Antrim] but now of Ballycastle [Ballycastle, Parish Aghanloo, Barony Keenaght] 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 [Drumnagessan, Parish Ballintoy, Barony Cary], 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 [Ballyhome, Parish Dunluce, Barony Dunluce Lower] in Parish Dunluce, 516a), the quarter land of Drumcrotagh [Drumcrottagh , Parish Derrykeighan, Barony Dunluce Lower ] (In Parish of Derrykeighan, 252a), the quarter land of Maghreboy Magheraboy Lower  and Magheraboy Upper, Parish Kilraghts, Barony Dunluce Upper, (parish Kilraghts), the quarter land of Carnaff [Carnaff, Parish Derrykeighan, Barony Dunluce Lower] (Parish of Derrykeighan, 268a), the quarter land of Lisnabragh [Lisnabraugh, Parish Derrykeighan, Barony Dunluce Lower] (Parish of Derrykeighan 188a), the quarter land of Ballybullion [possibly Ballybogy, Parish Dunluce. Barony Dunluce Lower ] (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 [Drumnagessan, Parish Ballintoy, Barony Cary] (Parish of Ballintoy, 349a), the quarter land of Drumnagee [Drumnagee, Parish Ballintoy, Barony Cary] ](Parish of Ballintoy, 229a), the two quarter lands of Ballyboys [possibly Ballintoy and Ballintoy Demense, Parish Ballintoy, Barony Cary] (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.

142

54

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JACKSON, Richard

Londonderry

1750 May 5

Earl of Tyrone-JACKSON1739-1810

Image 35

Honorable Marcus Earl of Tyrone [aka Sir Marcus BERESFORD (1694-1763) son of Sir Tristram BERESFORD of Coleraine] granted to Richard JACKSON of Coleraine.

Castleloothery [probably Castletoodry, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine] Killcranny [Killcranny, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine] Killyvitty [probably Killyveety, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] Ballyboughtmore [?? – longshot simply because it is contiguous: Ballywildrick Lower] Knocknocgher [Knocknogher, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] Fox Dartress & 1/3rd Upper Dartress [probably Dartress, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] Little Ardina [Ardina, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] Ballywillen [either Ballywillin, Parish of Ballywillin, in the Barony of Dunluce Lower or Ballywillin, Parish Aghadowey, Barony Coleraine] Exornan [Exorna, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] Ardidillon [Artidillon, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] Brattwell [Bratwell, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine] Lennongarrow [?? -possibly Belgarrow, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine] Knockmult [Knockmult, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine] Two Artiherraghs [possibly Artikelly (Ard Uí Cheallaigh), Parish of Aghanloo, in the Barony of Keenaght] Upper Ardiclave [Articlave Upper, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] Ardina [Ardina, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] Bogtown [Bogtown, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] Carnitty [Carneety, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] & Ballymoany [probably Ballymoney, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine]  Being part of Manor of Clothworkers Co. Londonderry for residue of term of 51 years

Richard JACKSON [SEAL] WITNESS: Edward STERLING & James WHITE.

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

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447

97722

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1750 May 5

FLETCHER

Image 243

Richard JACKSON Fellow Commoner of Trinity College [aka undergrad] of the one pt & Philip FLETCHER of Lisburn Co. Antrim Esq. whereby Richard JACKSON demised to FLETCHER the Capital messuage or tenement commonly called and known by the name of the Manor or Mansion House [aka Jackson Hall in Townland Waterside, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine] and all the lands and tenements belonging in the manor of the Clothworkers in the Parish of Drumboe  [Dunboe] Co Londonderry and also Dardrees [probably Dartress, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] the Higher now being accounted for two Ballyboes of Land and thertofore one Ballyboe of Land and the Lower for two Ballyboes of land with their and every of their members  and appurtenances whatsoever in the Territory Ballibetto [??]  or portion of land called or known by the name of Lacklum [??] in Barony of Colerain ,,, for term of 51 years computed from 12 June 1719 subject to a clause of redemption upon payment of £500 & interest. WITNESS” Edmund WILSON and Richard LEWIS both of City of Dublin Gents.   NOTE: I believe this is the Richard JACKSON (1729-1789) who later became the representative for Coleraine. He would have been 21 years old. SEE: Trinity College JACKSONs.

143

543

98136

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

WILLSON-CALDWELL

Killtiney Lower

147

47

98682

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HENRY-CRAWFORD & ors

Turnacavog Turnacavock

Loughameagh – Loghenreagh

Loghanreagh-Turnacracock

148

60

98441

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

STINSON-CALDWELL

Killtiney Lower

149

543

103791

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

RICHARDSON-GALT & GALT-RICHARDSON

A Holding No 14

Two parcells of acres One No 33 on 1918 acres called Mountsandy the other No 97 on 19 acres & premises in the west art of the Dimon Church Street

150

272

101524

JACKSON

Londonderry

1752 Jan 22

JACKSON-WATSON

Image 162

William JACKSON of Coleraine, Co Londonderry Esq. of 1 pt & Joseph WATSON of Knockaduff [Knockaduff, Parish Aghadowey, Barony Coleraine], in Parish of Aghadooey & John WATSON & William WATSON both of Ballymadakin [Ballymadigan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] Co Londonderry farmer of the other pt. JACKSON for consid demised to WATSON all that half townland of Ballymadagin [Ballymadigan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine]. John WATSON [SEAL] and William WATSON [SEAL] WITNESS: William KINKEAD John McALESTER both of Coleraine.

See: JACKSONs of Coleraine

151

45

100328

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

BARRICK-WALLACE

Hillman’s fancy

Three Parks Par Coleraine

151

366

101782

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HEYLAND & ors-SCOTT & ors

Farrenlestre

Farranlashane

152

99

100921

MAULEVERER

Dublin

Derry

Coleraine

Tyrone

1751 Jun 11

ANNESLEY, Wm-MAULEVERER 1746-1751

Image 57

BTW William ANNESLEY and William SCOTT both of City of Dublin Esq. of 1st pt; Henry CARY of Dungiven  [Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] Co. Londonderry Esq. of 2nd; Thomas NEWBOURGH of Ballyhays [NOTE: There are two Electoral Districts: 24 townlands in Ballyhaise & 4 townlands in Ballyhaise] Co. Cavan Esq and Martha NEWBOROUGH otherwise CARY his wife, one of the daughters of Henry CARY of 3rd pt & Revd Bellingham MAULEVERER of Maghera [Parish Maghera ] Co. Londonderry Clerk of 4th pt. £1,500 pd on intermarriage of Edward CARY Esq. eldest son of Henry CARY with Honorable Jane BERESFORD …

Granted to Bellingham MAULEVERER

All that Mannor of Phillipar [??] in Co. Londonderry alias Coleraine & Tyrone in province of Ulster … being part of said Mannor (that is to say) the late Dissolved Abby Monastery or Religious house of  Dungiven [Dungiven] in Barony Kenouoght [Keenaght] in Co. Londonderry … fraternity of Skinners London  and also Castle Town [??]and lands of Dungiven [Dungiven] alias Mahoriboy  [Magheraboy, Parish Dungiven, Barony KeenaghtNonbeg [Nonebegg als Owenbegg [Owenbeg, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght],being one Ballynoe of land Strahanshmore Ballymulgo [??] being one Ballyboe of Land & Ballielassen [??] being one Balliboe of land Lestaheloge [??] being one Quarter Balliboe of Land Machriboy [possibly Magheraboy Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], being one Ballyboe of land in Barony Kenaught In co. Londonderry alia Coleraine … also Lacha [Lackagh, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght,] being one Balliboe of Land Ballymonyles [possibly Ballymonan, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght,] being one Balliboe of Land Killerseagh [??]being one Balliba of land Derryware [Derryware, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght],being one Ballyboe of Land Shregony [possibly Scriggan, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] being one Balliboe of land Derryduff [Derryduff, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], being one Balliboe of land Nahasson possibly Hass, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] being one Balliboe of land Brihey [Brishey, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] being one Balliboe of Land Terrivolen [possibly Tirgoland, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght]  being one Balluboe of land & Ballycohill [??]  being one Balliboe of land Ballymackever [Ballymakeever, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], being one Ballyboe of land all in Territory Ballieeehassan [??] in Barony Kenaugh within Co. Londonderry als Coleraine & also Clatgore Gortge [possibly Cluntygeeragh (Cluainte cCaorach), Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght],  being one Balliboe of Land Carn [Carn, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] being one Balliboe of Land Cashell [Cashel, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght],being one Balliboe of Land Boville [Boviel, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] being one Balliboe of Land Croweback [??] being one Balliboe of Land in Territory half Balliebeltoe or portion of land known as Benadi [Benady in Townland Cashel, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght],in Barony Kenagh in Co. Londonderry alias Collrane … & Fineame [Fincarn, Parish Banagher (Keenaght portion), Barony Keenaght], being one Balliboe of Land Gallard [possibly Gallany, Parish Banagher (Keenaght portion), Barony Keenaght]  being one Balliboe of Land Tulladan [??] being one Balliboe of Land in Territory Balliebelloe or portion of Land known as Ballyahare [possibly Ballynahery, Parish Drumachose, Barony Keenagh] in Barony Kenaught … Tully [Tully, Parish Tamlaght-finlagan, Barony Keenaght,] being one Balliboe of Land Tanduffe [??] being one Ballyboe of Land Ardgreven [possibly Ardgarvan, Parish Drumachose, Barony Keenagh]  being one Ballboe of Land Moycashell [??] being one Balliboe of Land Gortnersheath [??]being one Balliboe of Land Ballickillahan [??] being one Balliboe of Land Cloghoge [Cloghog, Parish Derryloran (Derry portion), Barony Loughinsholin] being one Balliboe of Land all in Territory Ballilbettoe or portion of Land commonly known as Croshalt within Barony Annagh [now called Tirkeeran] in Co. Londonderry alias Coleraine … Brackinoy [possibly Brackfield, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran] being one Balliboe of Land Kilcaran [probably Kilcaltan, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran] being one Balliboe of land Gortnerane [Gortnaran, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] being one Balliboe of Land … land commonly known as Balliemackgahny [Ballymaclanigan, Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] in Barony Anaght [now called Tirkeeran] Co. Londonderry & also Lisbany [Lisbunny, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran]  being one Balliboe of Land Salleboyle [Sallowilly (Salach-baile), Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] being one Balliboe of Land Altahoney [Altaghoney, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] being one Balliboe of Land in Territory Balliebeltoe or portion of Land called Altdaurannell [??] in Barony Annaght [now called Tirkeeran] in Co. Londonderry alias Coleraine … and also Balliedanegan [Ballydonegan, Parish Banagher (Tirkeeran portion), Barony Tirkeeran], being one Balliboe of Land Tanniahean [??] being one Balliboe of Land Coolmoney [possibly Coolnamonan Parish Banagher (Tirkeeran portion), Barony Tirkeeran], being one Balliboe of Land in Territory of Ballibeltoe [??] or portion of Land called or known by the name of Ballienaltan [possibly Ballyartan, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran], in Barony Annaght [now called Tirkeeran] Gortnahan [probably Gortnaran, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] being one Balliboe of Land in territory of Balliofogar [??] in Barony Annaght [now called Tirkeeran] in Co. Londonderry alias Coleraine & also  Dromlirge [??]being one Balliboe of Land Shrahsmore [probably Strawmore, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin], Latiniskey [??] being one Balliboe of Land Mallinavotts [??]being one Balliboe of Land Droard [??] and Money Gorgan [??] being one Balliboe of Land Dodgilduffe [??] being one Balliboe of Land Ballienahanbegg [??] being one Balliebeg of Land Ballyclappye [possibly Ballyclaber, Parish Coleraine, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine] being one Balliboe of Land Shradrongalga [possibly Shregeny als aforesaid Serigan - Scriggan, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght being one Balliboe of Land Tullatima [??] being one Balliboe of land Brackalion Morley [??] being one Balliboe of Land in Territory Balliebeltoe or portion of land known by name Ballienemetagh [??] in Barony Loughlinsholin [Loughinsholin] in Co. Londonderry alias Coleraine or Tyrone in Provincce of Ulster  … contained in portion of Master and Wardens of the Guild or Fraternity aforesaid (Number twelve) according to their Lott or Division drawn at Guildhall in City Londondon December 1613 based on survey by Archibald STEWART of Kingdom of Ireland and Phillip JACKSON of London surveyors 1740 and are as follows Lackagh [Lackagh , Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght,] 390a Ballykellaghan West 100a 3r Ditto East 181a 3r [possibly Ballykelly  and/or Ballykelly Level (Intake), Parish Tamlaght-finlagan, Barony Keenaght]  Gortneskea [probably Gortnaskey, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] 285a 2r Glenlough [Glenlough, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] 409a Cooldoig upper [probably Kildoag, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran] 284a 2r Ditto lower 196a Ardgrewen Upper 155a 1r Ditto Lower [possibly Ardgarvan or more likely Ardground, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran] 153a 2r Tonduff [possibly Tamlaghtduff Brown or Tamlaghtduff Jennings] 302a Tully als Legathory [Legaghory, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran] 276a Braefield 201a 2r Lettermyer [Lettermire, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran] 121a 3r Kileatan Upper 103a 2r Ditto Lower [probably Kilcaltan, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran] 51a 3r Gortnerane [Gortnaran, Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] 162a 3r Lisbuny [Lisbunny, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran]  540a 2r Altehoney [Altaghoney, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] 489a 2r Sallaghboaly [Sallowilly, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] 253 2r Ling [Ling, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] 276a Carnanbane [either Carnanbane, Parish of Learmount (Tirkeeran portion), in the Barony of Tirkeeran and/or Carnanbane, Parish of Banagher (Keenaght portion), in the Barony of Keenaght] 154a 2r Laughtilube [??] 233a Coolnamonan [Coolnamonan, Parish Banagher (Tirkeeran portion), Barony Tirkeeran] 220a Ballydonogan [Ballydonegan, Parish Banagher (Tirkeeran portion), Barony Tirkeeran] 641a Tamniahagan [Tamnyagan, Parish Banagher (Tirkeeran portion), Barony Tirkeeran] 220a 2r in Barony Anaght [now called Tirkeeran] in Co. Londonderry alias Coleraine Tullygoan [??] 209a 2r Tincarn [??] 108a 2r Gallinagh [??]  & Moygerive [??] 202a2r Ovill [Ovil, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] 384a Ballygoddan 146a Owenbegg [Owenbeg, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght]  283a Dungiven [Dungiven, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght]  including Ballycaslem [probably Ballymacallion, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] & Balliemollie [possibly Ballymonan, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] 227a 2r Killterfeagh [??] 88a 2r Hass [Hass, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] 155a Lackagh [probably Lackagh, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] 205a 2r Derryware [Derryware, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], & Ballyohellan [??]  212a 3r Serigan [??] 153a 2r Ballymacever [Ballymakeever, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], and Deryduff [Derryduff, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 187a 3r Tiergolan [Tirgoland, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], Ballyhanet [??]  262a Brisha [Brishey, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 240a Curagh Lane [Curraghlane, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 208a Ballymonan [Ballymonan, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 211a Magherabeg [Magheraboy, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 202a Lisnakilloge alias Westeravebarkey [[?? possibly near  Crabarkey] 266a Crevebarkey [Crabarkey, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 185a 1r Cashell [Cashel, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 226a Bovill [Boviel, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 299a Carne [Carn, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 604a 2r Mountain of Tiergolan [Tirgoland, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 552a 2r Aslamaduff [Ashlamaduff, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 496a Edenticall [Eden (Eadan Tighe Cathail), Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], Mountain of Bovill [possibly Boviel, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 898a Mountain of Cashell [possibly Cashel, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 1179a Clontegeragh [Cluntygeeragh, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], 2300a Glenshane [Glenshane, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght],1282a in Baron Keenagh Co. Londonderry alias Coleraine Drumderigg [Drumderg, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin], 546a Glengomna [Glengomna, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin], 620a Carveragh [Cavanreagh, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] alias East Glengomna 313a part of Glengomna [Glengomna, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] held with Labby 68a 2r Labby [Labby, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] 302a Brackagh [Brackagh, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] 196a Cloghfin [Cloughfin, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] 207a 2r alias Shadrumgalgan [??]  263a Dezert [Disert, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] 247a Doon Upper [Doon, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] 193a 2r Shamore Upper [Strawmore, or Straw, or Straw Mountain, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] 118a Ditto Lower 97a Shaneghey part of Stramore [Strawmore, or Straw, or Straw Mountain, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] 104a Tonagh [Tonaght, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] 188a Drumard [Drumard, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] 523a Mullanawoe Upper [probably Mulnavoo, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin] 56a Ditto Lower 69a 2r Drumdoe [possibly Drumderg, Parish Ballynascreen, Barony Loughinsholin]  50a 2r in Barony Loughlinshillin Co. Londonderry alias Coleraine or Tyrone all premises before mentioned contain 20,507a 1r except several lands of Nonebegg als Owenbegg [Owenbeg, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], Lackah als Lackagh [Lackagh, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], Shregeny als aforesaid Serigan [Scriggan, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], Derryware [Derryware, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], als Upper Derrywead & Lower Derrywead [??] Gortnecrane als Gortnerane [Gortnaran, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran], Kilterane als Kileatan [possibly Kilcaltan, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran]  Lettermoyer als Lettermoyre [Lettermire, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran] Ling [Ling, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran], Ballykeallaghan als Ballycallagha [Ballycallaghan, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran], Gortneskeash als Gortnasky [Gortnaskey (Gort-na-sceach), Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran], Tonduff [Toneduff, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran], Glenlough [Glenlough, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran],  Altahoney [Altaghoney, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran],  Brackfield [Brackfield, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran] Tully alias Legacorn [probably Legaghory Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran], Ardregiven [probably Ardground (Ard-grian), Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran], Upper & Lower Cooldoig als Culdoige [probably Kildoag (Coill-Dubhog), Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran], Lackagh [Lackagh, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran], Lisbane alias Lisbune [??] Kilalooy [Killaloo, Parish Cumber Lower, Barony Tirkeeran],  Tomkins freehold commonly called Ballymullins [??]  Dunedy [Dunady, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran], Ballyarton [Ballyartan, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran or Ballyartan, Parish Coleraine, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine] & Lettermuck [Lettermuck, Parish Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran] being part of portion of Pilipar [??] held by Lease from Masters and Wardens of Guild or Fraternity of Skinners London  to hold to Bellingham MAULEVERER his heirs …  for natural lives of Henry CARY, Edward CARY & Frederick CARY Hamilton [CARY?] sons of Henry CARY … demised to aid Henry CARY by Lease from Lord Arch Bishop of Armagh in said recited deed … further witnessed that Thomas NEWBOROUGH and Martha his wife for consideration granted to Bellingham MAULEVERER … WITNESS: Mervyn FANNING & James MAULEVERER son of Bellingham MAULEVERER. Henry CARY [SEAL]

NOTE: Bellingham MAULEVERER was a brother of Robert Lindsay MAULEVERER (abt 1811-1850), the land agent murdered in Co. Armagh. Edward CARY, son of Henry CARY, lived at Dungiven Castle, Dungiven, Co. Londonderry. On Aug 10, 1743, he married Jane BERESFORD (1720-1792) dau of Marcus BERESFORD (1694-1763) and Catherine POWER.

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Coleraine

 

GIVEEN-CHURCH

Eleven acres & 2 roods of Land No 34 abt ½ a Mile Distant from ye town

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Coleraine

 

O’NEILL-WALKER

Cappagh Crossreagh

Carnalbanagh Craigtownlittle

Drumslade Garborgell

Gorryburgell Ballygelagh

Island Tasserty

Tulloughmurry & Coniewarren Par Agherton

Long Liberties

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JACKSON

Londonderry

1752 Nov 23

WARD-JACKSON

Image 587

NOTE: There are 3 Richard JACKSONs mentioned in this memorial.

Deed btw Hon Michael WARD Esq one of the trustees of his Majesties Court of Common Pleas in Ireland and Hugh BOYDE of Ballycastle [ED: Ballycastle, Ballycastle the town is in Town Parks, Parish Ramoan, Barony Cary] Co Antrim Esq. Surviving executors of Richard JACKSON late of the City of Dublin Esq. deceased [1673-1730]. Of the 1st pt; Richard JACKSON of the City of Dublin Esq [1722-1787] only surviving son of the said Richard JACKSON deceased of the 2nd pt; Richard JACKSON of Coleraine Esq [1729-1789] husb of Anne O’NEIL] only son and heir and devisee of William JACKSON Esq. late of Coleraine [prob 1695-1744] deceased of the 3rd pt. All that and those the Mannor of Clothworkers London, with the appurtenances in the County of Londonderry also Coleraine… All that capitall Messuage or Tenement commonly called the Mannor or Mantion House [aka Mansion House or Jackson Hall in Townland Waterside , Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine] lately erected with all the appurtenances lately in occupation of William JACKSON Esq. And also .. Balliboes ,,, Custan Foodre [??] being one ballyboe of Land, Kelenenan [??] being one ballyboe of Land, Mahereboybegg [possibly Magherabeg, Drummullan Townland, [??] being one ballyboe of Land, Mahereboymore [??] Ballymoremore being one ballyboe of Land [not likely but possibly Ballymore], as well as tenements & dwellings on a certain street called Bridge Street built upon part or parcel of the lands before mentioned [Townlands of Waterside on west side of river or Coleraine on east side of river] together with the yards, Backsides, Gardens.. Dromdarse [??], in Barony Coleraine, Co. Londonderry and lands towns, villages Hamlets, Places Balliboes, Parcels of land … Ballinterebegg [North Ballinteer, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine]…Macosquin in Barony Coleraine, Co. Londonderry, … Lower Balledonnelemore [??], Balledonelbegg [long shot - possibly Ballydonnell, Parish of Ballinderry, in the Barony of Loughinsholin], Gorton Cavanmore, Gortoncavanbeg [possibly Gortycavan , Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] the north being one balliboe of land Foymallon [possibly Formullen, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine], Ballebond [??],, Knockcrahere [possibly Knocknogher, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Rallenolbuck [??],, Ballenollrichbeg, [??],, … Lacklum [??], in Barony of Coleraine … Ballewoolen [Ballywoolen, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Ardena [Ardina, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Ardacleve [Articlave Lower, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine],  Ballemoney [probably Ballymoney, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] , Carneta [probably Carneety, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine],  Rooge [Booge?] [??], [Evina?] [possibly Exorna, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] , … inner part of Donossore in Barony Coleraine… Farmoile [Formoyle, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine], & Ballavore [??], Bratwell [Bratwell. Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine], Lennongarron [??], Knockduffe [??], als Donossere [??], Knockmoile [??], als Knockmutt [??], … Ahaheramore [??], Aharherabeg [??], Kilnavita [possibly Killyveety, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Balleboulbegg [possibly Burren Beg (Boireann Bheag), Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Ardadelin [possibly Ardina (Ard-an-ath), Parish Dunboe, Barony ColeraineLonghoge [possibly Liffock (Leabhog), Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine]  Ballyhackett Clonconey [??],, Ballyhacket Lyssawollen [Ballyhacket Lisawilling, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], als Ballihackett Macgilligan [Ballyhacket Magilligan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Ballinhacket Dongande [??], als Ballihackett Glassentarney [??], [NOTE: There is also Ballyhacket Glenahorry] the one half of Ballihackett Toberclare [Ballyhacket Toberclaw, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] in Territory Nallibethot or portion of land known as Ballymackhugh in the Barony Coleraine, … Dromnaquill [Drumaquill, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine] in territory of Matosquin [Parish Macosquin?], Ardacleve the Lower [Articlave Lower, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] in Territory of the Inner part of Donossere aforesaid, Allabroan in Territory of Ballemackhugh [could this be in Co. Cavan?], Ballemaddegan [Ballymadigan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] … lands within the proportion of the Clothworkers Number five according to their lot or division … and all other premises demised by said Clothworkers Company to Richard JACKSON in recited Lease … transferred to Richard JACKSON son of William JACKSON his executors, administrators and assigns … term of 51 years granted by indenture 13 October 1729 made by the Master Wardens and Commonality of Freemen of the Art or Mistery of Cloathworkers of the City of London unto Richard JACKSON WITNESS: Redmond MORRES of Castleward, Co. Down servant to Michael WARD and William KELLER of City of Dublin servant to above names Richard JACKSON of Coleraine and as to the execution thereof by the above named Hugh BOYD is witnessed by Wm KELLER & John MAGERLY of Ballycastle [ED: Ballycastle, Ballycastle the town is in Town Parks, Parish Ramoan, Barony Cary] Co. Antrim Gent. Richard JACKSON’s signature witnessed by Wm KELLER & Thomas WOOLSEY of Dundalk, Co. Louth. Also James HONEDGE of City of Dublin Gent. Sworn 23 Nov 1752. James SAUNDERS Deputy Registrar.

NOTE William JACKSON and Frances EYRE also had a daughter named Mary Barton JACKSON (born aft 1729).

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

NOTE: 1656 Census: In the parish of Macosquin, Co. Londonderry: Cornelius WALL of Macosquin, Edward CANNING of Macosquin; Francis HOWARD of Creghan; John ROWLEY of Castleroe [likely the son of Sir Edward ROWLEY of Castleroe who was killed in battle in 1641]; James JACKSON of Ballinteerbeg. SOURCE: Coleraine in by-gone Centuries. Rev. T.H. Mullin D.D. Belfast 1976, p101.

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Londonderry

1752 Nov 23

JACKSON-FLETCHER

Image 116

Philip FLETCHER of Lisburn Esq of 1 pt & Richard JACKSON of Coleraine Esq of other pt for 500 pounds  pd by Richard JACKSON … granted to JACKSON tenement commonly called Manor or Mansion House [aka Jackson Hall in Townland Waterside, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine] and all the lands in Manor of Clothworkers, Parish of Dunboe, Londonderry & also to gardens  commonly called the Higher and Lower  Dardrees [probably Dartress, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] the higher being accounted for two ballyboes of land and  the Lower for two ballyboes of land… Barony of Colerain, Co Londonderry.….  WITNESS: John McALLISTER of Coleraine Gent & William KILLER, City of Dublin servant to above named Richard JACKSON. Philip FLETCHER [SEAL]

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JACKSON

Londonderry

1752 Nov 23

McCAUSLAND-JACKSON 1739-1810

Image 117

Marcus McCAUSLAND of Daisiehill [Daisy Hill is in Newtownlimavady, Parish Drumachose, Barony Keenaght],, Co Londonderry Esq administrator of all and singular the goods and chattles rights and credits of Hercules HEYLAND of Castleroe [Castleroe, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine],, Co Londonderry Esq. of one pt & Richard JACKSON of Coleraine Esq. of other pt…. Recites articles of agreement btw William JACKSON therein named by the name of William JACKSON of Colerain Esq & Henry CARY named as Henry CARY of Dungwen [Dungiven Castle, Dungiven, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] Co. Londonderry of 1st pt & Hercules HEYLAND of Castleroe Co. Londonderry Esq of 2nd pt. & Marcus Lord Viscount Tyrone of 3rd pt dated 13 April 1741 reciting in said deed William JACKSON & Henry CARY for themselves agreed with Hercules HEYLAND upon payment of £3,750 paid to William JACKSON & Henry CARY to be applied I part discharge of sum of 10,669 2s 6d in the said deed of which this a memorial and William JACKSON & Henry CARY would convey to Hercules HEYLAND townlands of Ballantiremore [??], Ballintirebeg [??], Ballydunallismore [??], Gorticavan [Gortycavan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] Ballyweldrickmore, & Ballyweldrickbeg [Ballywildrick Lower, & Ballywildrick Upper, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] Ballygarrow [??], Foymullan [probably Formullen, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine], four Ballyhacketts -all in Parish Dunboe, Barony ColeraineBallyhacket Glenahorry, Ballyhacket Lisawilling,

Ballyhacket Magilligan, Ballyhacket Toberclaw & Ballystroan [Ballystrone, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine] all in Manor of Clothworkers Co. Londonderry  for remainder of term of 51 years … and reciting Richard JACKSON & Hercules HEYLAND agreement 12 Feb 1749 Marcus McCAUSLAND in consideration of £3,200 paid by Richard JACKSON  for lands of Ballinteremore, Ballantirebagg, Balydunallismore, Gorticavans, Ballywoldrickmore Ballyweldrickbeg Ballygarrow, Foymullen Four Ballyhacketts and Ballystroan  … WITNESS: John McALLISTER of Colerain & William KILLER of Dublin servant to above. Marcus McCAUSLAND [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine. Prob Richard JACKSON (1726-1789)

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Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Earl of Tyrone-THOMPSON

A Messuage or Tenement 56 front No 77

A Garden  & [?] of Land Main Street

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JACKSON, WIlliam

Londonderry

1752 Nov 23

CARRY & Others to HEYLAND

Image 421

BTW William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry Esq. and Henry CARRY [aka CARY] of Dungiven [Dungiven, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght] Co. Londonderry Esq of 1st pt. Hercules HEYLAND of Castlerowe [Castleroe, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine] Co. Londonderry Esq. of 2nd pt and Marcus Lord Viscount Tyrone of 3rd pt.. Reciting earlier deed Oct 13, 1729, the Clothworkers of London had demised to Richard JACKSON of Dublin Esq all that Manor of Clothworkers in the Kingdom of Ireland for a term of 51 years dating from May 1, 1720… reciting that the said Richard JACKSON had by his deed bearing date Oct 13, 1729 declared that the said indenture so made by the Master Wardens & Commonwealth aforesaid was made in trust for the said William JACKSON by way of a better security for the sum of £2,050.4.6 which the said William JACKSON then owed unto him… William CARY & William JACKSON discharged the debts and assigned townlands to Hercules HEYLAN. in Manor of Clothworkers: Ballantiremore [??], Balantirebeg [??], Ballydunaallismore [??], Gortycavans [Gortycavan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Ballywibrickmore & Ballywillrickbeg [Ballywildrick Lower, & Ballywildrick Upper, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] Ballygarrow Toymullan[probably Formullen, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine] Four Ballyhackets [Ballyhacket Magilligan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine,] [Ballyhacket Glenahorry, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] Ballyhacket Lisawilling, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], [Ballyhacket Toberclaw, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] & Ballyhowan [??], With appurtenances set to solvent tenants WITNESS Connolly MCAUSLAND of Fruithill Esq. & John M’ALESTER of Colerain Gent & Dominick HEYLAND of the same Esq. & Richard RANKIN servant to said William JACKSON Hercules HEYLAND [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

NOTE: Wiki Tree: Hercules HEYLAND (abt 1693-1750, husband of Mary GALT.

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JACKSON

Coleraine

1752 Dec 12

JACKSON-HART Articlave Lower, Artcleave, Parish Dunboe, B. Coleraine

Lease btw Richard JACKSON of Coleraine Esq of 1st pt;  John McALISTER of Coleraine Gent of 2nd pt;  & Henry HART of City of Dublin Esq of 3rd pt.  land released to Henry HART – in his actual possession -  Ballymadegan Drumnagil Donballyrne Ringgrafsbeg Ringgrafsmore  Artaclave and the Upper and Lower Altabreen all in Co Londonderry WITNESS: John BOWDEN of City of Dublin Esq & William KEELER servant to sd Richard JACKSON.

NOTE: Co. Londonderry Townland Links:

Ballimadigan,aka Ballymadigan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine,

Drumnequile aka Drumaquill, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine,

Donbally-Carn I don’t know where this is. [Possibly Drumballyhagan Clark, Parish Kilcronaghan, Barony Loughinsholin], Ringrashbeg aka Ringrash Beg, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine.

Ringrashmore aka Ringrash More, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine,

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

Upper and Lower Altabreen aka Altibrian, Parish Dunboe, Barnony Coleraine. NOTE: Could not find.

NOTE: Richard JACKSON (aft 1729-1789) of Coleraine, son of William JACKSON & Frances EYRE.

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine. Prob Richard JACKSON (1726-1789)

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Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Earl of Tyrone-WYLLY

Jno Thompsons field contg 3a 0r 4p

Two Houses Bell House Lane

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Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Earl of Tyrone-WYLLY

Ballynag JnoGyles Farm

Island Effrick Little & greater

Doctor Squires Field Bleach Green

The Tenement No. 26. 27. 28. 29 & 30

John Thompsons field No. 3

Belhouse Lane

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109794

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Earl of Antrim-[?]

Illegible

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112000

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

TODD-HUTCHISON

Isaac TODD’s Moiety of a Messuage or Tenement 32 foot front & 213 foot deep No 101

To which pertaineth 40 acres & 2 roods of Land No 70 Market Street

Stable Lane

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301

109382

JACKSON, Richard

Coleraine

1752 Dec 19

JACKSON-HART Atchave Lower, Adcleave, B. 1739-1810

Image 174

Btw Richard JACKSON of Colerain Co Londonderry Esq. of 1 pt &  John McALLISTER of the same Gent.  And Henry HART of City of Dublin Esq. of 3rd pt. Reciting that HART was granted town and lands of Ballymaegan [Ballymadigan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine]  Drumnaquill Drumaquill, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine] Donballycarne [possibly Drumballyhagan Clark] Ringrassbegg [Ringrash Beg, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine] Ringrassmore [Ringrash More, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine] Ardacleave [Articlave Lower, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], And the Upper and Lower Altabreeen [probably Altibrian, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine, - the parishes of Dunboe & Formoyle share a border]  all  in Co. Londonderry for sum of £5,000.  WITNESS: William RICHARDSON of Somerset Co. Londonderry Esq. Sir John BOWDEN of City of Dublin Esq. & William KILLER servant to aforesaid Richard JACKSON. Richard JACKSON [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

166

237

111369

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HENDRICKSON-HENDRICKSON

A Messuage or Tenement No. 7

[?] No 18 Church Street

168

36

110757

JACKSON

Londonderry

1753 Nov 28

JACKSON-TODD

Btw Richard JACKSON of the parish of Killowen Co Londonderry [Of Jackson Hall, in Townland Waterside, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine]] of the 1 pt & Isaac TODD of the same, merchant of the other. Pt. JACKSON demised to TODD one field or park containing abt 8 acres bounded on the south by the Rev. Mr. THOMPSON on the north by John ALLENs and on the west by the new road leading to Ballycarn and on the east by the River Bann and also 16 acres on the north side of Ballycarn bounded on the south by the said John ALLENs on the west by Alexander McKACHANs lands on the north by Killcranny [Killcranny Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine]. and on the west by the River Bann. All situate in the parish of Killowen, the Manor of Clothworkers… during the natural lives of Isaac TODD the younger son to Isaac TODD aged abt 9 years and John ALLEN son to John ALLEN aged about 8 years or 61 years WITNESS Andrew LYLE & William KILLER both of Killowen yeomen. Mem WITNESS: Andrew LYLE & Robert GAGE, Killowen, Merchant.

169

509

114735

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Langford ROWLEY-GALLAND & ors

Culderry Laughan

172

80

115168

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Langford BROWN-McAULEY

Kilgreen Upper & Lower Drumduan

Cloyfin North & South Drumadragh

Ballylagan South Ballynagan Upper

Ballindreen Scotch & Irish Littvalick Lower

Ballyverser Upper & Lower

172

217

115928

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

WYLLY-LYLE

Ballynag JnoGyles Farm

Island Effrick Little & greater

Doctor Squires Field Bleach Green

The Tenement No. 26. 27. 28. 29 & 30

John Thompsons field No. 3 Belhouse Lane

174

104

115353

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HAMILTON-LESLIE CORRY & ors

A Tenement No 55

22a 2r of Land No 78 Blindgate Lane

174

593

118119

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

MILLER-DOUTHILL

A Messuage or Tenement New Row

175

516

307388

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CUPPAGE-KILLRICK A Waste 12’ in front New Row

176

75

117222

JACKSON, Richard

Londonderry

1753 Jul 14

Image 45

JACKSON-McCACHAN aka McKATCHAN Book Index 1758-1768

Richard JACKSON Esq.of the one pt & Alexander MAKACHAN of Colerain Co Londonderry of the other.... transfer of part of townland of Donballykarn [Possibly Drumballyhagan Clark, Parish Kilcronaghan, Barony Loughinsholin], 47 acres situate in Manor of Clothmakers.... SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine. and JACKSONs of Tobermore.

176

288

118914

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

TODD-SHIPBOY

Kilteny pt Long Liberties

177

391

118645

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

ADAMS-SHEPHARD Ballysally

177

464

118913

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

TODD-SHIPBOY

Kilteny pt Long Liberties

177

465

118922

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

TODD-WALLACE

Kilteny pt Long Liberties

178

255

118806

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HOWARD-WYLLY

The field marked No 8

The Bann Field A messuage 67 & 68 Garden

The House wherein Griffn Howard dwells

The House called y Big Stable

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

178

547

119891

DOWNING

Coleraine

1756 Feb 10

John DOWNING gave Sarah and Charles a marriage settlement, witnesses Alexander CLOTWORTHY and Rowe DOWNING. NOTE from Penny Thorn

 Marriage btw John DOWNING of Rowes Giftin [Roes Gift, Parish Ballyscullion, Barony Loughinsholin] Co Londonderry sq & Ann DOWNING his wife of 1st part.  Charles DAWSON of Castle Dawson [Parish Castledawson] Co Londonderry & Sarah DOWNING of the sd John & Ann DOWNING of the 2nd pt. Richard JACKSON of Colerain Esq of 3rd pt;… marriage btw Charles DAWSON & Sarah DOWNING… made over to John DAWSON & Richard JACKSON town and lands of Warrenstown & other townlands in Co Meath… 500 pounds marriage portion. NOTE: Sarah DOWNING’s grandmother was Anne JACKSON, wife of Col Adam DOWNING. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

179

68

118782

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HOWARD & ors-CARMICHAEL

A Tenement

Three parcels of Land one containing 1r 25p ye other 4a 0r 16p & the other 23 acres New Row

180

410

121111

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CAMPBELL-LYLE & ors

A Dwelling House & two Shops with two rooms & a Cellar under them & also a Brewhouse all in the back yard at the Head of the Market Street

181

211

120456

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

WYLLY-GIVEEN

Ballynag JnoGyles Farm

Island Effrick Little & greater

Doctor Squires Field Bleach Green

The Tenement No. 26. 27. 28. 29 & 30

John Thompsons field No. 3

Belhouse Lane

181

574

121801

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

KEITH-WILSON

Dooeybeg Doveybegg

Dowvbegg 2d Ballyachran

182

120

120366

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

MASON & ors-O’NEILL

Caphagh .. Garbergel

Tulloghmurry Gorryburgal

[?] Warren Ballygelagh

[?] [?]

[?] [?]

[?] [?]Pa Agherton

182

554

182454

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

STEWART-BROCAS

Illegible

183

122

122228

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

BROWN-INNES & INNES-BROWN

Loghenreagh & Corn Mill

Ballygelagh Par Ballyaghran

186

447

31010

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

MOORE-FULTON A field containing 2a

189

295

94193

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Earl of Antrim-McNAUGHTEN

Kirksten 3 qrs

[?]naught

Ballin[?]llen

Clogher Ba Dunluce

Long Liberties

192

192

127185

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

MURRAY & Wife-McALESTER

Sevl Houses & Holdings

Commons pt New Row

193

285

127882

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

MILLER-HEYLAND & ors

A tenement No 2

Two Parks Nos 1 & 3 Church Street

196

509

131126

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

McLAUGHLIN-CONLEY

Mary McLaughlin’s holding

197

179

130005

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

McNAUGHTEN-WORKMAN

Kirkstown in ye Long Liberties

197

241

130248

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

DOHERTY-WHITE

A Tan Yard near Mill Bridge

203

120

134354

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HARRISON-DUNLOP

Maddbeny South Long Liberties

204

300

135487

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

KERR & O’NEILL-HAYE & ors

Caphagh .. Garbergel

Tulloghmurry Gorryburgal

[?] Warren Ballygelagh

[?] [?]

[?] [?]

[?] [?]Pa Agherton

206

32

134741

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

MILLER-LYLE

A Tenement No 65 28’ front & anther tenement No 66 27’ front

A Parcel of Land No 56 Market Street North Side

206

478

136685

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

STEWART-BRISTOW

Ardierinaght Liswatick

Ballywillen

Clogher Kirkstown

207

458

137971

 

Londonderry

1758 Aug 6

BLAIR-LINDSAY

Twenty acres of Land marked 35 about a mile from the town of Coleraine

Image 248

BTW John BLAIR of Ballydwitt Co. Londonderry Esq and James STIRLING of Wallworth Co. Londonderry Gent of 1 pt & James LINDSAY of Coleraine Merchant of other pt … Twenty acres of Land marked 35 in Stewart’s Map of the Acres belonging to the holdings in Town of Coleraine bounded on North by Robert ALLENs marked 35 on the East by Mayor’s acres and John DAVIS’s marked 72 & 73 and on the South by Robert CAMPBELL’s acres marked 39 and on the West by the road leading to Ballimoney within about one mile of the town of Coleraine Co. Londonderry for term of 41 years from 1 Nov 1756 … WITNESS: Hugh LYLE & Andrew FERGUSON both of Coleraine Merchants James LINDSAY [SEAL]

NOTE: PRONI T3380/4 A book of reference made to the map of [the Irish Society's property in the borough of Coleraine with the present tenant's names affixed to each number. By Archibald Stewart [90 pages] 1738

208

119

137644

JACKSON,

Mary & husb

Londonderry

1751 Jul 20

GOLDING & wife-GAGE & ors Book Index 1758-1768 Coleraine,

Image 396

Revd Edward GOLDING Archdeacon of Diocese of Derry of 1st part Mary JACKSON otherwise GOLDING his wife of 2nd part & Rev. John GAGE of Aughadowey [Aghadowey, Parish Aghadowey, Barony Coleraine] Co of Londonderry ... whereas marriage had taken place between Edward GOLDING & Mary JACKSON & Mary his wife had come to an agreement with Richard JACKSON of Colerain in said Co  Esq brother to said Mary ... bond of 4,000 pounds for which Mary gave Richard a release of demands on the will of her father William JACKSON dec’d SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

209

321

138691

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

BACON-BACON

Knockintern Freehold

212

176

138816

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

SMYTH-SMITH

A Messuage no. 76 / 58 front

A Messuage No. 75 Bridge Street Soth side

212

470

140055

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Earl of Antrim – BREAIN & ors

Ballyvelton

Ballyvelton Lower

212

535

140281

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CUPPAGE-DOHERTY

A House

Several parks of Land about 10a near the Town New Roe [aka New Row]

212

595

141147

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

McHAGHTEN-LYONS

[?]entarn 3 qrs

213

114

140057

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

GALT-LIVINGSTONE

Carnelridge

213

145

140225

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CHURCH & ors-GAGE & ors

The Double water Corn Mill without the East Gate of the Town & other premes

214

271

141115

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

ELLISON-CALDWELL

Island Flacky Par Ballywillen

 

215

465

142516

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

SWENEY-HEYLAND

 

A Messuage or Tenement Marked No 99 in a new row & 15 acres of Land and also a Dwelling House & back yard including the Little Enclosed Garden & all the offices and such houses Market Street

Diamond

217

269

143752

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

McNAUGHTEN & wife-McNAUGHTEN & ors

Lisnagalt

Lisnagatt Par Ballyrushane

217

560

146779

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

ADAMS & ors-HILL

Coleraine the Tenements & Elizabeth Dunein

Possessed in the Citidale of a Garden & Commons Coleraine

218

20

141116

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

[?] & wife-McALESTER

Mary McLaughlin’s holding

218

616

145746

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

WILLIAMSON-WALLACE

Ballyvelton

Ballyvelton Lower

219

20

142450

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

PATRICK-GALT

Lands and Tenements in Coleraine Parish

219

324

143913

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Earl of Antrim-GLEN

Maghremenagh Bo Dunluce

219

349

143996

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Earl of Antrim-WILLIAMSON

Ballyvelton

Ballyvelton Lower

223

570

149292

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

AVERILL-THOMPSON

A Messuage or Tenement Marked No 99 in a new row & 15 acres of Land and also a Dwelling House & back yard including the Little Enclosed Garden & all the offices and such houses Market Street

Diamond

225

19

144933

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

McDEVITT & wife-McALESTER

A Double House Messuage or Tenement marked No 12 & a Tenement in the Suburbs & the acres and fields adjoining & 20a beyond the New Mill also a House & part of a backhouse & Garden & other premes

Earlt of Tyrone his Leasehold interest Church Street

Killowen Parish

Market Street

225

581

148819

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Earl of Antrim-LYLE

Drumdeuin Ballundreen

Liswatick Island

Cloghfine Ballyverser

Kilgreen Ballylagan

Drumdra Ballynagy

Ballykag lower other tenements Bo & Manr Dunluce

225

585

148048

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

IRWIN-LYLE

Messuage or tenement [illegible] Market Street North side

226

80

146279

BERESFORD, Marcus

Tyrone

Waterford

Tipperary

Londonderry

Dublin

Cavan

1762 May 18

TYRONE, MARCUS EARL OF 18 May 1762. Narrate 2£ pp. 2 May 1763. Earl of Tyrone his Leasehold interest Coleraine

Image 48

Marcus Earl of Tyrone [aka Marcus BERESFORD (1694-1763)]. His wife Catherine Countess of Tyrone, extx. His eldest son Geo. De La Poer BERESFORD. His second son Jno. BERESFORD. His third son William BERESFORD (youngest son, under 21 years). His six daughters. Hamilton GORGES, Catherine's Grove, Co. Dublin, Esq., and Rt. Hon. the Earl of Arran trustees. His advowson or right of presentation to the living of Termonmaguirk (Termonmaguirk), Co. Tyrone. His fee farm and other estates in and about the town of Carrick, Co. Tipperary. Town and lands of Knocknecrew, Co. Waterford and all other lands etc. in said counties of Tipperary and Waterford. His dwelling house in Dublin and house in possession of Richard GORGES, Esq. [situation not mentioned]. His leasehold lands of Aghalow and all other lands held under the See of Derry. His leasehold interests in Coleraine. His real estate of Young's Castle and all other his real estate in the city of Dublin. Reciting that the Hon. Lieut. Genl. Frederick HAMILTON deceased, before testator's marriage assigned the manor of Walworth, Co. Londonderry in trust for testator after his said Frederick HAMILTON's death, and by deed of settlement 2 April 1726 the said manor of Walworth was assigned to trustees for use of testator's younger children. Said Frederick HAMILTON died in 1748 and the testator obtained from the Corporation of Fishmongers, London, a new lease, expending £7,215, and £200 yearly rent more than the former rent. Reciting that the manor of Freemore, Co. Londonderry and Manor of Beresford, Co. Cavan were also vested in trustees for his younger children and testator has paid the portions of his four eldest daughters and charged said lands with £9,998 10s. Od. for his two youngest daughters. Witnesses: Hans BAILIE, Edward STERLING, Dublin, Esq., Benjamin HIGGINS, Dublin, gent. Memorial witnessed by: Edward STERLING, Benj. HIGGINS. 226, 80, 146279 C. Tyrone (seal) . SOURCE: Abstract of Wills. Vol II.

NOTE:

·  Termonmaguirk (47 townlands)

·  Termonmaguirk (Upper Strabane portion) (1 townland)

·  Knocknacrooha Lower Parish Whitechurch, Barony of Decies without Drum, Co. Waterford

·  Knocknacrooha Upper Parish Whitechurch, Barony of Decies without Drum, Co. Waterford

Young’s Castle in Oxmantown, City of Dublin

Sir Randal BERESFORD & Hon Katherine ANNESLEY were parents of Marcus BERESFORD, Jane BERESFORD & Sir Tristram BERESFORD.

Marcus BERESFORD (1694-1763) married Catherine POER.

Their first-born son was George De La Poer BERESFORD (1735-1800) - a Member of the Irish House of Commons for Waterford County from 1757 to 1760, and for Coleraine from 1761 until 1763, when he inherited his father's earldom, entered the Irish House of Lords and was admitted to the Privy Council of Ireland. He had 4 sons and 4 daughters  with his wife Elizabeth MONCK and 2 illegitimate sons born before this marriage.

Jane BERESFORD (aft 1662-1716) married Frederick HAMILTON (?-1748). There was no known issue. NOTE: See Lease of Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706)

Sir Tristram BERESFORD married Sarah SACKVILLE, Anne ROWLEY and finally Hon. Nichola Sophia HAMILTON. 

The first husband of Nichola Sophia HAMILTON was Lt. Gen Richard GORGES.  Their son Hamilton GORGES (1712-1786) was of Catherine’s Grove.

Marcus BERESFORD:

226

138

146869

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HENRY & ors-McNAUGHTEN

Turnacavog Turnacavock

Loughameagh – Loghenreagh

Loghanreagh-Turnacracock

227

210

146546

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

Antrim

1762 May 12

TODD-O’NEILL & ors

Priestland

Killteny

Faronlesary

Image 455

BTW Andrew TODD formerly of Coleraine Co. Londonderry but now of Shanes Castle [Shanes's Castle, Parish Antrim, Barony Toome Upper or Shane's Castle Park, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper] Co. Antrim Esq. of 1 pt & Charles O’NEIL of Shanes Castle of other pt. Reciting Rt Hon Alexander Earl of Antrim by lease 2 July 1745 demised to Andrew TODD 2/4 of Priestland ¼ of Killteny [in Long Liberties of Coleraine – probably Kiltinny Beg, Parish Ballyaghran, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine] and ¼ of Park commonly called Fernelessary [either East Park  or West Park (Fearann na Leathsheisrí) (aka Faranlessery), Parish of Dunluce, Barony Dunluce Lower ]in Barony Dunluce Co. Antrim for lives of Andrew TODD the lessee Daniel TODD and Isaac TODD jr 1st & 3rd sons of Isaac TODD of Coleraine Merchant  … in consideration of £700 paid by Charles O’NEILL … WITNESS: James MATHEWS of Shanes Castle & Hugh MAXWELL of Shanes Castle clerke & William KINHEAD of Coleraine Gent Andrew TODD [SEAL]

NOTE: Possibly Andrew TODD (1748-1805) husband of unnamed 3rd daughter of James BIRCH & Mary JACKSON.

228

332

151000

JACKSON

Londonderry

1764 Jun 3

DOWNING & wife-JACKSON

Image 182

BTW John DOWNING of Rowesgift [Roes Gift, Parish Ballyscullion, Barony Loughinsholin] Co. Derry and Anne DOWNING his wife otherwise ROWE of 1st pt; Rev. Alexander Clotworth DOWNING of City of Dublin eldest son & heir of John DOWNING and Ann DOWNING his wife of 2nd pt & Richard JACKSON Esq. of Coleraine Co. Londonderry & Adam WILLIAMS of City of Dublin Esq. of 3rd pt. Release town & lands of Drimard [??] the upper half Town and Lands of Broagh [Broagh, Parish Termoneeny, Barony Loughinsholin] the south division of town and lands of Killberry [??] the upper division of the lands of Galladuffall [??] situate in the Barony of Vintners & Co. Londonderry & part of Annaghmore [Annaghmore, Parish Magherafelt, Barony Loughinsholin] demised to John DOWNING by Hon Arthur DAWSON Esq. in manor of Castle Dawson [Parish Castledawson] Co. Londonderry. To hold to Richard JACKSON & Adam WILLIAMS for lives … also town and lands of Ballydermott [Ballydermot, Parish Ballyscullion, Barony Loughinsholin] & Edenragh [Edenreagh, Parish Ballyscullion, Barony Loughinsholin] in Barony Loughinisholin Co. Londonderry then in possession of John DOWNING … to Richard JACKSON & Adam WILLIAMS … WITNESS: Peter METGE of Athlumney Co. Meath Esq. & Samuel HATCH Gent Clerk to Adam WILLIAMS of City of Dublin Eq.

 NOTE; John DOWNING was a son of Adam DOWNING & Ann JACKSON. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

228

332

151001

JACKSON

Londonderry

1764 May 31

Image 182

BTW Peter METGE of Athlumney Co. Meath Esq of 1st pt; John DOWNING of Rowesgift [Roes Gift, Parish Ballyscullion, Barony Loughinsholin] Co. Derry and Anne DOWNING his wife otherwise ROWE of 2nd pt & Richard JACKSON of Coleraine Esq. & Adam WILLIAMS of City of Dublin Esq. of 3rd pt.  … METGE to JACKSON & WILLIAMS the four messuages and four gardens in Town of Dunboyne [Dunboyne, Parish Dunboyne, Barony Dunboyne], Co. Meath which were the estate of Anne DOWNING as one of the daughters & Heirs at Law of Simon ROWE deceased to hold to the said Richard JACKSON & Adam WILLIAMS … WITNESS: Samuel HATCH & James Andrew TOBIN

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

NOTE: Peter METGE (abt 1700-1774) of Athlumney, Navan, Co. Meath was a son of Peter METGE (abt 1665-1735) and Joyce HATCH. His daughter Christina METGE married Dr. George BARTLEY of Monaghan.

229

173

149896

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

GALT-WALLACE

A Holding No 14

Two parcells of acres One No 33 on 1918 acres called Mountsandy the other No 97 on 19 acres & premises in the west art of the Dimon Church Street

229

174

149897

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

WALLACE-HAMILTON

A Holding No 14

Two parcells of acres One No 33 on 1918 acres called Mountsandy the other No 97 on 19 acres & premises in the west art of the Dimon Church Street

229

238

150259

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Earl of Antrim-LYLE

Ballynagg

Little Island Effrick

232

244

151918

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Earl of Clanbrassill & ors- DUNKIN

Ballynag JnoGyles Farm

Island Effrick Little & greater

Doctor Squires Field Bleach Green

The Tenement No. 26. 27. 28. 29 & 30

John Thompsons field No. 3 Belhouse Lane

232

465

153618

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

MAGEE-LYNAM

A Messuage or tenement No 103 & 2 parcels of land thereto belonging containing 4a 2r and several other Messuages Tenements Gardens and Lands Nos 23, 24, 58, 45, & 100 & 108, 3, 50, 30, 32, 34 &16a 2r Marked 85 & 26a 2r Marked 81m No 100 & 41a 2r marked 108 No 90, 21 & 2 parcels of land 10a No 69 &11a marked No 114 & other lands and cabins in the Town

Markett Street

Church Street

Blind Gate Lane

Stable Lane

Bann River

Stable Row

232

501

154303

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

DUNKIN-GIVEN

Ballynag JnoGyles Farm

Island Effrick Little & greater

Doctor Squires Field Bleach Green

The Tenement No. 26. 27. 28. 29 & 30

John Thompsons field No. 3 Belhouse Lane

233

221

153617

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

LYNAM-MAGEE

A Messuage or tenement No 103 & 2 parcels of land thereto belonging containing 4a 2r and several other Messuages Tenements Gardens and Lands Nos 23, 24, 58, 45, & 100 & 108, 3, 50, 30, 32, 34 &16a 2r Marked 85 & 26a 2r Marked 81m No 100 & 41a 2r marked 108 No 90, 21 & 2 parcels of land 10a No 69 &11a marked No 114 & other lands and cabins in the Town

Markett Street

Church Street

Blind Gate Lane

Stable Lane

Bann River

Stable Row

238

147

153561

JACKSON, Richard

Armagh

1763 Mar 6

Will of John BALL, Frederick St., Dublin, Esquire.

Image 82

My wife Margaret BALL, Thomas BALL, Seapark, County Wicklow, Esq.,

John BALL of Frederick Street City of Dublin Esq in last will devise all my interest in Lands of Loughross [Loughross, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], The Island of Loughross [??], Crunkill, Tullyard [Tullyard, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Clarbane, Ratreelan, Creeckeeran [probably Creenkill, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], and the moiety of the customs of the Fair of Cross [aka  Crossmaglen, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper] and the commonage thereunto belonging, Ballyonan otherwise Ball Moore, Upper and Lower, Scarve -McKea [??], Anahecussy [??] Darsy [probably Dorsy, Parish Creggan, Barony Fews Upper], Mullaghglass, Stripe of Camolly [??] Darsy, Lisdomgrany [??],, Caracullen [possibly Cargalisgorran, Parish Derrynoose, Barony Tiranny],, Cargarovady and Tullynemaloge  ,[Tullynamalloge, Parish Keady, Barony Armagh] (Co. Armagh)

To Thomas BALL of Seapark Co. Wicklow Esq.  Richard JACKSON, Coleraine, Esq., and Richard JACKSON, Forkhill [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper], County Armagh, Esq., my trustees and executors. Three Castles and other land in Co. Kilkenny. Reciting deed 10 Jul 1762

… Yearly annuity to beloved wife Margaret BALL of £100 issuing out of lands of Kilkenny.  My dear stepdaughter Martha RANSFORD an annuity of £30 out of lands of Kilkenny as before devised to Mary BALL provided she shall give place to said Margaret. To beloved wife Margaret BALL 50 guineas for mourning to beloved step-daughter Martha RANSFORD 30 guineas for mourning … My sister Araminta CAULFIELD 20 guineas for mourning. My old servant Brian MURPHY 15 guineas in lieu of any wages that can be due to him at my decease. My old friend Mrs. Elizabeth ADAMS alias KYLE 10 guineas. My friend Mar: PATERSON, Sgt. at law, 50 guineas. My friend Dr. Charles LUCAS 60 guineas for his constant friendship attendance and care of me in my illness. My good friend and stepson Robert RANSFORD for his friendship and trouble 30 guineas. To my dearest beloved wife Margaret her watch which I gave her during her life made by Gordon after her decease I devise the said watch and chain to my dear step daughter Martha RANSFORD. I devise my large diamond ring fit with nine or ten diamonds & a brilliant large diamond in the middle during her life after her decease I bequeath said ring to my Dorothy Margaret SHINTON & her children quite out of her husband’s power. I devise all my plate to my said daughter Dorothy Margaret SHINTON & her children quite out of her husband’s power to either pawn sell alter deface by adding or altering any Coat of Arms that are present on it except such plate as my dearly beloved wife should make choice of for her own use during her life. I devise to Margaret RANSFORD the Mahogany Scructure which she now has and which I gave her. All my household furniture to said daughter Dorothy Margaret SHINTON & her children except my dearest wife’s Margaret BALL her own Scrutores and such goods besides as my dear wife shall make choice during her life. I bequeath to Thomas BALL Esq my silver mounted Pistolls made by Segula in London; I bequeath my other silver mounted case to Captain Samuel BALL if living at time of my decease, if not I bequeath them to Richard JACKSON of Forkhill, Esq.  All Debts to be charged on my real estate in Co. Kilkenny in the manner except herein mentioned Viz I direct & devise that if my said estate in Co. Armagh shall not be sufficient to pay and discharge my debts and Legacies that what shall remain unpaid or unsatisfied shall be charged on the estate & premises 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 and at expiration of said lease that my Daughter Dorothy Margaret SHINTON may live in said house & have said number of acres in her lifetime but not her husband or any one of their family to be set by my trustees after her decease to the best improved Rent for the benefit of her Children nor shall the said SHINTON have any power during said Dorothy Margaret’s life to burn, plow or cut down any Oak Ash Elm Hazel Apple Tree or Trees Crab Trees or Hedges whatever or on any account & to keep up the improvements for the benefit of her children … if Richard SHINTON dies without male issue by Dorothy Margaret and that she survive … [much more detail which led to future legal cases as the SHINTONs and the BALLs duked it out in the courts. The Court Case can be found at: The Revised Reports. VOL. XXXII.

IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS IRELAND.

— EXCHEQUER CHAMBER.

RICHARD BALL PATRICK MANNIN.] … appoint Thomas BALL, Richard JACKSON senior & Richard JACKSON Jun. Esq as Trustees. John BALL [SEAL] WITNESSES John SHEE, Charles BUTLER, Robert MURPHY & Memorial WITNESS Mark WHITE of City of Dublin Esq & John HILL Gent Clerk to WHITE. Richard JACKSON [SEAL] … Richard JACKSON of Coleraine Esq.

 

NOTE: This in my earlier transcription: My cousin Samuel BALL, now in Germany. Esq.

NOTE: Richard JACKSON jun (1722-1787) of Forkhill was the son of a deceased Richard JACKSON (1673-1730).

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

241

83

156901

JACKSON

Londonderry

1765 Sep 25

McALLISTER-JACKSON Lodge holding A house in Carthall & 3 houses in Commons of Coleraine & the bakery. Blackgate Lane NOTE GALT in Church St

Image 48

Btw John McALESTER of Coleraine in Co. Londonderry of the one pt & Richard JACKSON [of Jackson Hall, Waterside , Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine], James LESLIE & Stratford CANNING Esqs & Mr. Hugh LYLER Merchant of the other pt.. Lands included 6th  of lands of Glenlary otherwise Clonlary [Glenleary, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine] Co Londonderry; town and lands near Colerain commonly called The Lodge [Lodge, Parish of Coleraine, in the Barony of N.E. Liberties of Coleraine] lately held by Thomas M’LOCKLIN deceased; and another in Blind Gate Lane [NOTE: It is possible Blind Gate is near or intersects with Plantation Road] in Coleraine [Coleraine, Parish Coleraine, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine]  [SEE: Coleraine History] now possessed by Robert SIMPSON Innkeeper; … made over to JACKSON LESLIE & CANNING & LYLE farm called Carthall [in Townland Waterside, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine] near Coleraine now in possession of Christopher CUNNINGHAM; three houses in the commons of Coleraine; the bakery in the New Row [NOTE: New Row runs South from Church Street, and there is also a New Row West. NOTE: Martha’s House Café is on the corner of New Row & Abby Street. SEE: Griffiths Map and also Irish Townlands Map] in Coleraine; a moiety of the Bleach Yard & farm at Ballydivit [Ballydevitt, Parish Aghadowey, Barony Coleraine] in Londonderry; part of the townland of Fermoyle [Formoyle, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine] a stock farm  in the townland of Sconce [Sconce, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine] … John McALESTER [SEAL]

NOTE: ROD: 19-477-10608. Dec 12, 1716

NOTE: The M’LOCHLIN name is interesting, given the fact that a Margaret O’LAUGLIN (abt 1722-1797) married George JACKSON (1718-1782) of Urker and Liscalgot, Co. Armagh. A significant number of circumstantial facts leads me to believe that his George JACKSON’s line traces back to the Coleraine JACKSONs.

NOTE: I cannot be sure which Richard JACKSON this might be. He might be the Richard JACKSON butcher, or he could be one of the Merchant-class JACKSONs who originated from Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland.

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

243

7

155769

McCULLAGH

Londonderry

1762 Jan 17 & 18

McCULLOCH Dorothea Beresford, Henry & Jane to McCULLOCH, CRAWFORD & ors 1758-1768

James McCULLOCK… Henry M’CULLOCK of Ballyaarten [either Ballyartan , Parish of Upper Cumber, Barony Tirkeeran or Ballyartan, Parish Coleraine, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine] Co Londonderry Esq of the 4th pt; Dorothea Beresford McCULLOCK daughter of Henry McCULLOCK of 5th pt, James McCULLOCK & James NESBITT of the 6th pt… Jane McCULLOCK eldest daughter of the sd Henry McCULLOCK of the 9th pt… marriage between James McCLINTOCK and said Dorothy Beresford McCULLOCH.. 500 pounds sterling.. lands in Co Tyrone. SEE: McCULLAGH connections

243

370

160042

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

McDEVITT-DOCHERTY

A Double House Messuage or Tenement marked No 12 & a Tenement in the Suburbs & the acres and fields adjoining & 20a beyond the New Mill also a House & part of a backhouse & Garden & other premes Church Street

Killowen Parish

Market Street

247

99

158811

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

McNAUGHTEN-MOORE

Lisnagalt

Lisnagatt Par Ballyrushane

247

190

16122

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

GALT-HAMILL

A Dwelling House prente’s in the Church Street

Diamond

253

170

162636

JACKSON, Richard

Londonderry

1766 Nov 3

Image 91

BTW Robert MACKY of City of London Esq. Merchant only son & heir of John MACKY late of Coleraine Co. Londonderry of 1 pt & Andrew TODD of Shane’s Castle [Shanes's Castle, Parish Antrim, Barony Toome Upper or Shane's Castle Park, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper].Co. Antrim Esq. of other pt. Release btw said Robert MACKY and Captain Edmond ARMSTRONG of Garry Castle Kings Co. Esq. Son-in-Law & Jane MACKY wife and widow of John MAKY of 2nd pt & Andrew TODD of Shanes Castle Co. Antrim Esq. of 3rd pt. reciting lease 1 Jun 1750 … quarter of land commonly Slevemeg all the quarter of land of Crossreagh the quarter land of Islandmore the quarter land of Carnanboy siturate in Barony Dunluce Co. Londonderry & Antrim together with the quarter land of Ballycreage then in his possession in Barony Dunluce Co. Antrim to hold to said Andrew TODD for lives of said Andrew TODD, Hill DUNHIM (6th son of John DUNKIN of Bushfoot Esq) and Randall HARRISON (5th son or William HARRISON late of Molenobber deceased)and reciting that Richard JACKSON Esq & John ALLISTER Linen Draper executor of will of John MacKAY, Coleraine, d.1765, … Robert MACKY [SEAL] Edmond ARMSTRONG [SEAL] Jane MACKY [SEAL]

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

254

449

168704

JACKSON, Richard & wife

Londonderry

Meath

1767 Dec 2

JACKSON-METGE Book Index 1758-1768

Richard JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry, Esq. Of 1st pt Charles DAWSON of Limerick in Co Limerick of 2nd pt & Peter METGE of Athlunmney, Co Meath Esq.... lands of Warrenstown, Co Meath... SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

255

235

164704

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

DOHERTY-REYNOLDS

The House or Tenemt No 92: 93

Dundean – Dunduan

Concerns in Church Street

260

63

166489

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CUPPAGE-PATTERSON

A House

Several parks of Land about 10a near the Town New Roe [aka New Row]

261

284

169346

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

BROWN-HEYLAND

Farrenlestre

Farranlashane

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

264

71

166759

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

DOCHERTY-SMITH

A Messuage or tenement No 103 & 2 parcels of land thereto belonging containing 4a 2r and several other Messuages Tenements Gardens and Lands Nos 23, 24, 58, 45, & 100 & 108, 3, 50, 30, 32, 34 &16a 2r Marked 85 & 26a 2r Marked 81m No 100 & 41a 2r marked 108 No 90, 21 & 2 parcels of land 10a No 69 &11a marked No 114 & other lands and cabins in the Town

Markett Street

Church Street

Blind Gate Lane

Stable Lane

Bann River

Stable Row

264

114

167294

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HENRY-BARRO & ors

Messuage or tenement [illegible] Market Street North side

264

116

167295

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

McALESTER-PARK Boggside Par Coleraine

267

272

171345

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

PETTIGREW-HENRY

Messuage or tenement [illegible] Market Street North side

268

252

169757

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HENRY-STELL

Messuage or tenement [illegible] Market Street North side

268

253

169760

JACKSON, Richard

Coleraine

1752 Jul 3

 

1768 Mar 25

ALLEN Book Index 1768-1776

Btw Richard JACKSON of Coleraine, Co Londonderry of 1 pt. & John ALLEN of town & Co aforesaid, Innkeeper of the other pt. … part of townland of Ballykern [??] then in ALLENs possession and divided by Richard JACKSON 23 acres 3 rood plantation measure…. Lives Isaac, son of Isaac TODD & Mathew son of Mathew MULLAN of said town innkeeper and John son of John ALLEN…. WITNESS: William KENTON of Coleraine schoolmaster & William [SHINTON?] servant to Richard JACKSON Signed and sealed by Susanna FERGUSON executor to said John ALLEN witnessed by William SHINTON & Henry NEWTON of Colerain

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

268

531

171369

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

STEWART-SMITH

A Messuage or tenement No 103 & 2 parcels of land thereto belonging containing 4a 2r and several other Messuages Tenements Gardens and Lands Nos 23, 24, 58, 45, & 100 & 108, 3, 50, 30, 32, 34 &16a 2r Marked 85 & 26a 2r Marked 81m No 100 & 41a 2r marked 108 No 90, 21 & 2 parcels of land 10a No 69 &11a marked No 114 & other lands and cabins in the Town

Markett Street

Church Street

Blind Gate Lane

Stable Lane

Bann River

Stable Row

269

101

172658

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

GREGG-WILLET & ors The House or Tenemt No 92: 93

Dundean – Dunduan

Concerns in Church Street

269

424

180227

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

LYLE-SIMPSON Drumadra Ba Dunluce

269

446

180228

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HENRY-WILSON

Turnacavog Turnacavock

Loughameagh – Loghenreagh

Loghanreagh-Turnacracock

270

112

170062

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

SIMPSON-BRYAN

Messuage or tenement [illegible] Market Street North side

270

113

170663

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

LYLE-BRYAN

Messuage or tenement [illegible] Market Street North side

270

384

172103

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CAMPBELL-BRYAN

Island Effrick pt the Bleachgreen & 3 acres A House & Two fields

270

454

174186

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

DOCHERTY-BRYAN Several plotts of ground & premes

272

580

176495

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

GALT-GIVEEN

A Holding No 14

Two parcells of acres One No 33 on 1918 acres called Mountsandy the other No 97 on 19 acres & premises in the west art of the Dimon

Church Street

274

318

178636

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HILL & Earl of Tyrone-MILLER

A Lott or Piece of Ground 34’ in front New Row

274

415

179734

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

McNAUGHTEN-GALBRAITH

Lisnagalt

Lisnagatt Par Ballyrushane

274

471

160619

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

ADAMS-BRYAN

Coleraine the Tenements & Elizabeth Dunein

Possessed in the Citidale of a Garden & Commons

Coleraine

274

545

?

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

STEWART-BROCAS

Illegible

NOTE: Nothing in this Bk on this page relating to these names

277

227

177697

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HUTCHESON-HUTCHESON

 The House or Tenemt No 92: 93

Dundean – Dunduan

Concerns in Church Street

278

461

178768

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

LYLE-BRONSTOE

Messuage or tenement [illegible] Market Street North side

284

307

184488

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

SMITH-CROMIE Long Liberties

 

Ballylease Ballyless

Ballylease North & South

Lower Gallvoille or Gallbally

Ballyemond west Gallvolley st wt & north

Garrylaban

Big Ballyenon or Ballybin

Roselick Roseleek Long Liberties

Ballyachron

285

88

185427

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CASKEY-CASKEY Gortycloghan Par Ballyrashane

286

96

184931

JACKSON

Londonderry

1771 Feb 15

Clothworkers-JACKSON 1739-1810

Image 56

15 Feb ? (illegible year) - 15th year of reign of King George III (1753?)  BTW Clothworkers of London of 1st pt & Richard JACKSON Esq. of Coleraine of 2nd pt; and Henry HAMILTON of City of Londonderry Esq and John THOMSON of Coleraine Gent of 3rd pt.. Manor or Mansion House in Barony Coleraine, Co. Londonderry and all appurtenances in occupation of Richard JACKSON … and also all the lands … [several are hard to read – incl Maheraboy and therefore may be in other lists in other deeds] together with the messuage or tenement and dwellings in a certain town or street called or known by the name of Bridge Street built upon part or parcel of these lands hereinbefore mentioned and also Dromdarserim [Drumsaragh, Parish Tamlaght O'Crilly, Barony Coleraine]  in Barony Coleraine … Ballen Teremorelumgone Ballen Terebeg [possibly Ballintaggart ] … Ballibetto known as Macosquin [Macosquin, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine] Barony Colerain Co. Londonderry … Bally Wollin [Ballywoolen, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] Bally Money [Ballymoney , Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine ] .. Inner part of Donosere [possibly Drumsaragh, Parish Tamlaght O'Crilly, Barony Coleraine] [NOTE: This a 4 page deed including names of many townlands – most not transcribed … and all woods and underwoods Waters Water Courses Wears Fishing Fishing Places Fowlings Courts Baron Court Leets perquisites and profits thereof goods and chattles waives and Strayed and all goods and Chattles of Felons and Felons of themselves and of persons outlawed and put in Exigent Deed and Treasure Trove goods confiscaed Fees Escheats reliefs fies Amerciamonts Libertys privileges Eslovers [?] Fairs Marketts Tolls Jurisdictions Customs of Franchises Immunities and all other perquisites profits commodities Royalties Heritaments & premes]. Lives Royal Highness Charlotte Augusta Matilda aged 3 [NOTE: b 1766] or thereabouts & Ann JACKSON age 3 or thereabouts  & George JACKSON age 2 or thereabouts daughter and son of Richard JACKSON & wife Anne.  WITNESS: William BRIEN.

NOTE: Sir Richard JACKSON (abt 1730-1789) & Anne O’NEIL (1738-1781) parents of Anne JACKSON (1766-1837) and George JACKSON (1766-1840). The children’s ages in this deed are close but not a perfect fit with their known birthdates.

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

286

100

184932

JACKSON, Richard

Londonderry

1771 Feb 16

CROMPE Book Index 1768-1776

Image 58

Richard JACKSON of Coleraine of 1 pt & Giles CROMP of Mincing Lane Parish St. Dunstan, City of London of other pt. Reciting indenture of 4 parts 27 Jan (1771?)  btw Richard JACKSON of 1st pt; Clothworkers of London of 2nd pt; Giles CROMPE of 3rd pt; John PATERSON of parish of St. James Westminster Co. Middlesex of 4th pt. WITNESS: William BRIAN and Redmond KANE both of City of Dublin.

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

287

212

186586

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

BRONSTO-BOYD

Messuage or tenement [illegible] Market Street North side

287

340

187478

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

ADAMS-KANE

Coleraine the Tenements & Elizabeth Dunein

Possessed in the Citidale of a Garden & Commons Coleraine

288

38

185573

JACKSON, Richard

Armagh & Dublin

1771 Mar 29

JACKSON-QUINN Book Index 1768-1776 Forkhill,

PIM

Image 26

Richard JACKSON of Forkhill, Co Armagh Esq Richard JACKSON of Colerain in Co Londonderry Esq & Thomas BALL of Seapark Esq Co Wicklow Continuation of 185573 – same townland names. Richard JACKSON Forkhill [SEAL] and Richard JACKSON Coleraine [SEAL]

NOTE: The connection of the Forkhill/Coleraine  JACKSONs to the BALL family. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

288

45

185635

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

1720 Apr 14

RICHARDSON-HOLFORD & ors

The Merchant Taylor’s Proportion Coleraine

Image 29

BTW Mary RICHARDSON of the parish of Mary le Bone Co. Middlesex Relict of William RICHARDSON late of Somerset Co. Londonderry Esq. deceased of 1 pt; Mary RICHARDSON of Parish Mary le Bon Co. Middlesex spinster grand-niece of said Mary RICHARDSON of the 2nd; Peter HOLFORD of Parish St, George Bloomsbury Co. Middlesex esq one of the Masters of his Majesty’s High Court of Chancery & Hardinge TRACY of Old Burlington Street in the Liberty of Westminster Co. Middlesex Esq of 3rd pt. Reciting indenture of 5 parts 13 June 1740 btw William RICHARDSON of 1st pt, Mary RICHARDSON by her then name and addition of Mary EYLE of City of London spinster of 2nd pt; John EYLES Bart Post Master Gent & one of the Aldermen of City of London & Roger DRAKE of City of London Esq of 3d pt; Albert NESBITT & William SELWIN of City of London Esqs. Of 4th pt & Nathanial COLE of Basinghall Street London of 5th pt.  land in Co. Londonderry als Coleraine … marriage to be had btw Robert PRATT of Coscombe Co. Glocester Esq. one the aters of his Majest’s High Court of Chancery & Mary RICHARDSON the grand niece of the said Mary RICHARDSON widow … £5,000 chargeable against lands in Ireland …

288

540

192635

JACKSON, William

Coleraine, Londonderry

1733 Jan 1

JACKSON-CARY Book Index 1768-1776

Image 298

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry Esq. & Edward CARY of Dungiven [Dungiven, Parish Dungiven, Barony Keenaght], Co Londonderry Esq.in consideration of £730 one full half or moiety of 4 quarters of land – Ballymanarthur one quarter Crehugh one quarter Balleyhan one quarter Farrdrum one quarter and one half of the Terry of Green Castle and ¼ Shrove & ¼ Clare als Ardnofioghy Ballyratten  In Barony Inishowen Co. Donegal and also double Messuage or Tenement in Grace Church St. City of Londonderry marked No 148/149 together  with a Moiety of the acres and perches thereto belonging … Lucy CARY of Claremount Barony Inishowen Donegal spinster & executor of last will of Edward CARY.

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

288

565

192754

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

GALT-GALT & ors

A Dwelling House prente’s in the Church Street

Diamond

289

85

189368

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CAMPBELL-SWEENY

A Dwelling House New Row

289

86

189369

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CAMPBELL-BOYD

A Waste ground pt

Several premises No 19, 20, 21, 39, 80 New Row West Side

289

554

192539

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CAMPBELL-NEWTON

A Waste ground pt

Several premises No 19, 20, 21, 39, 80 New Row West Side

290

423

192987

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

MILLER-RICE

A Messuage no. 76 / 58 front

A Messuage No. 75 Bridge Street Soth side

291

47

192442

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

GALT-THOMPSON & ors

Lands and Tenements in Coleraine Parish

291

567

192918

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

MEARS-MACKEY A Tenement & Lands No 49 & 72

293

220

194951

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

MILLER- [?]

A Tenement No 65 28’ front & anther tenement No 66 27’ front

A Parcel of Land No 56 Market Street North Side

293

518

197155

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HILL-BLACK

A Lott or Piece of Ground 34’ in front New Row

293

659

198804

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Earl of Antrim-SMITH

Ballynagg

Little Island Effrick

298

257

197363

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

PATRICK-PATRICK

Lands and Tenements in Coleraine Parish

298

647

199480

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CHURCH-LOYD

A House & Backside & Backhouses

Cott Bridge Bogg Liberty of it Market Street

Church Hill

301

349

201077

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

RICE-RICE

 A Messuage no. 76 / 58 front

A Messuage No. 75 Bridge Street Soth side

301

491

202244

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

REYNOLDS-McNAUGHTEN A Messuage or Tenement and two parcels of land Church Street

301

612

20289

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

NEWTON & ors-CAMPBELL

A Waste ground pt

Several premises No 19, 20, 21, 39, 80 New Row West Side

304

199

201526

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

DICK-BRYAN Several plotts of ground & premes

308

660

208662

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

WILLIAMSON-CAMPBELL

Ballyvelton

Ballyvelton Lower

309

66

204689

JACKSON, Richard

Coleraine

1775 Jun 3

CALDWELL & ors Book Index 1768-1776

Image 41

Lease 27 Jan 1775 whereby Richard JACKSON of Coleraine Esq demised to Margaret CALDWELL and Robert RICE of said town all that and those the three fields at Spittlehill [Spittle Hill, Parish Coleraine, Barony N.E. Liberties of Coleraine] within a quarter of a mile of Coleraine as the same was then possessed by Margaret CALDWELL (Royalties excepted) to hold to 31 years at the rent of 24 pounds sterling WITNESS: John LITTLE of Coleraine Gent & Patrick SMYTH of City of Dublin Gent. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

309

213

205402

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CHURCH-BRICE

The Double water Corn Mill without the East Gate of the Town & other premes

310

165

205981

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

LYNAM-RICE

A Messuage or tenement No 103 & 2 parcels of land thereto belonging containing 4a 2r and several other Messuages Tenements Gardens and Lands Nos 23, 24, 58, 45, & 100 & 108, 3, 50, 30, 32, 34 &16a 2r Marked 85 & 26a 2r Marked 81m No 100 & 41a 2r marked 108 No 90, 21 & 2 parcels of land 10a No 69 &11a marked No 114 & other lands and cabins in the Town

Markett Street

Church Street

Blind Gate Lane

Stable Lane

Bann River

Stable Row

311

512

212409

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

BRYAN-LYNDSAY A House in the Diamond

313

132

207645

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HILL-BLACK

A Lott or Piece of Ground 34’ in front New Row

314

41

210060

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Premes in and near the Town

314

341

218362

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

ALLEN-HUTCHISSON

A Messuage or Tenement No 25 in the Map to which appertain three parcels of land No 35, 17 & 111 New Row

Blindgate

315

363

212533

JACKSON, Richard

Antrim

1770 Sep 4

In Names Index under WRAY

Image 190

Btw Jackson WRAY late of Coleraine but then of Ballycastle [ED: Ballycastle, Ballycastle the town is in Town Parks, Parish Ramoan, Barony Cary], Co Antrim Esq. & Rev. James SMYTHE Vicar of Ardmay [?] , Co. Antrim of the 1 pt. Thomas THOMPSON of Greenmount [south of town of Antrim, now College of Agriculture – possibly in townland of Muckamore), Co Antrim Esq and the lease made btw Jackson WRAY, Richard JACKSON of Forkhill [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper] Co Armagh Esq & the surviving Executors of the will of Hugh BOYDE the younger of Ballycastle Esq son & heir of Alexander BOYDE late of Ballycastle Esq, deceased. Who at the time of his death was son and heir of Hugh BOYD… more BOYD  & townlands in Co. Antrim SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

316

305

213464

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

GALT-HAMILL

A Dwelling House prente’s in the Church Street

Diamond

326

547

216979

 

Dublin

Meath

Tyrone

Londonderry

1728 May 15

Image 300

BTW Hamilton GORGES eldest son and heir apparent of Richard GORGES late Kilbrew, Co. Meath Esq. Deceased of 1st pt. Robert DALWAY of City of Dublin Esq. of 2nd pt & Dennis DONAN of City of Dublin Esq. of 3rd pt. Reciting deed of settlement 6 Aug 1768 made on intermarriage of Hamilton GORGES with Anne HOWARD eldest daughter of Gorges Edmond HOWARD of City of Dublin Esq. … [several other names] … Richard JACKSON of Forkhill [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper] Co. Armagh and Rev Bigo KENZELL [?] of Dunshaghlin Co. Meath Clerke of 4th pt and Blayney Tawnley BELFOUR of Tawnley Hall, Co. Louth and Richard JACKSON of Coleraine Co. Londonderry Esq. of 5th pt .. convey the Manor of Ballyally with the appurtenances the Towns and Lands of Ballygally otherwise Ballygawley Moyaner and several other lands in Co. Tyrone and Towns and Lands of Thomastown Smithstown and several other Lands in Co. Meath to said Thomas Earl of Howth and Hamilton GORGES the brother … Richard GORGES and Hamilton GORGES his son … reciting deed 13 Dec 1778 sum to be raised to be applied to their debts and further reciting that Richard GORGES shortly thereafter died and that Hamilton GORGES by deed 19 May 1778 … assigned to Dennis DALWAY £2,000 and that Robert DALWAY did afterwards advance and lend to Hamilton GORGES a further sum of £600. WITNESS: Andrew STEWART & Andrew Thomas HAMILTON of City of Dublin Gents.

329

368

219853

JACKSON, Richard

Londonderry

1779 Apr 28

LaTOUCHE jr Names Index: 1777-1785

NAMES: Richard JACKSON of Coleraine; George HART aka HARTE of Dublin; David LaTOUCHE jr. of Dublin; Henry HART aka HARTE; William JACKSON; Frances EYRE of Eyrecourt, Co. Galway; Elizabeth MOORE; John McALLISTER; William GREER; Thomas HAND; John LITTLE; Thomas STEPHENSON; William KELLY. OTHER PLACES: Ballymadegan; Drumnaquilt [Parish of Killowen, Barony of Coleraine]; Donballycarne; Ringrassbegg Ringrassmore [Parish of Macosquin, Barony Coleraine]; Ardaclaire Upper and lower Altabrean, County Londonderry.

NOTE: Co. Londonderry Townland Links:

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

·         Drumnequile aka Drumaquill, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine,

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

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

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

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

·         Upper and Lower Altabreen aka Altibrian, Parish Dunboe, Barnony Coleraine. [Altibrian, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine, - the parishes of Dunboe & Formoyle share a border].

NOTE: See Link: 1779 April 28 for full transcription. Richard JACKSON (aft 1729 - aft 1781) of Coleraine was the sole surviving son of William JACKSON and Frances EYRE.

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine. Prob Richard JACKSON (1726-1789)

330

81

22?310

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

GODFREY-WOOD Tenements Logestown Church Street

330

575

225090

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HEYLAND-HAMILTON

A Messuage or Tenement New Row East Side

332

462

225369

JACKSON, Richard

Coleraine

1780 Feb 1

YOUNG & ors Names Index: 1777-1785

LITTLE-YOUNG & ors

A Messuage or Tenement No 28 to which appertain 11a of Land No 103

Tenements and Houses New Row

Back Lane

Image 240

Hatton TILLE of Coleraine of 1 pt & Rev. Galbraith YOUNG of Coleraine; James STEWART of Grace Hill [Gracehill Parish Derrykeighan, Barony Dunluce Lower], Antrim & Richard JACKSON & Elizabeth his wife. Of 3rd pt. TILLE conveyed to YOUNG and STEWART  a tenement on west side of New Row in Co. Coleraine attached on map as No 28 containing front [?[ depth 150’ & bounded on South by No 29 on the west by New Row  and on the North by Tenement 27. Also 11a land  marked No 68 bounded on North by road to Baldrashane on the east by road leading to Ballymoney and on the south by No 37 and on the west by No 62 about half a mile distant from said Town … subject to permit by Richard JACKSON and wife Elizabeth … after death of Richard JACKSON & Elizabeth JACKSON that Galbraith YOUNG & James STEWART  shall out of the profits pay Martha JACKSON daughter of Richard JACKSON  should she attain age of 21 … WITNESS: William HUNTER of Colerain Charles SWENEY of Colerain Distiller Magher & William ODILEN of Coleraine tanner… Richard JACKSON [SEAL] SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

NOTE: I do not know which Richard JACKSON he was – possibly Richard JACKSON (1726-1789), son of Thomas JACKSON & Margaret BERESFORD.

332

463

225570

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

LECKY-THOMSON

A Messuage or Tenement Marked No 99 in a new row & 15 acres of Land and also a Dwelling House & back yard including the Little Enclosed Garden & all the offices and such houses Market Street

Diamond

335

87

222526

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1780 Feb 15

JACKSON Names Index: 1777-1785

Btw William JACKSON of the City of Dublin Gent and Mary JACKSON otherwise AIKIN otherwise PAINE his wife of the 1st pt; Ephriam THWARTS of the City of Dublin Gent of 2nd pt & Richard JACKSON of Forkhill Lodge [Parish Forkill, Barony Orior Upper] City of Armagh Esq of 3rd pt. reciting a deed.. 69 pound 12s owing by William JACKSON to  Richard JACKSON did release and confirm unto Richard JACKSON one moiety undivided of  parcel of land with a house built and a shed lying and being in Dolphins Barn Lane near the Bridge on the North side in the Liberties of St Thomas & Donore containing in front from the river to Mr. POOL’s holding 62 feet and in rere from the river to Mr Pool’s ditch  78 feet and from the front to Mr  POOLs park abt  256 feet as formerly granted by Thomas WESTON of City of Dublin Merchant for 3 lives renewable [more description of land and neighbours]. NOTE: This connects the JACKSONs of Coleraine (and later of Forkhill) to the JACKSONs of Dolphins Barn, Dublin SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine. And probably SEE: JACKSONs of Pimlicoe

NOTE: Mary was the widow of Francis AIKIN late of Murragh, Co. Dublin, son of George AIKIN. When she married William JACKSON in 1755 she was “of London”. SEE: ROD: 178-185- 118494 and ROD: 270-436- 173413. The BRYANs had Co. Kildare connections.

SEE: also  Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Pimlico

NOTE: This William JACKSON was most likely the clothier of Upper Coombe. SEE: ROD: 200-346- 133444 and ROD: 270-346- 173413 and 202-462- 134758 and ROD: 219-308- 143791

336

16

222940

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CHURCH-MARTIN

A House & Backside & Backhouses

Cott Bridge Bogg Liberty of it Market Street

Church Hill

336

366

225255

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HEYLAND-McCAUSLAND

Farrenlestre

Farranlashane

337

392

353379

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Lady LONGFORD-HEYLAND

Culderry Laughan

340

395

230162

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HAMILTON-RICE

Pt of the House & buildings called ye Barricks No 2,6,7 & several apartments Bridge Street north side

Barracks Middlesquare

346

531

234523

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CHURCH-CHURCH & ors

The Double water Corn Mill without the East Gate of the Town & other premes

346

534

234533

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Society of the Govt & Assistants London of the new Plantation in Ulster-HAMILTON

Ballysally Liberties

347

455

234189

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

McCAUSLAND-BRISTOW A Messuage or Tenement Bridge Street North side

348

156

232687

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HAMILTON-McDONNELL

Pt of the House & buildings called ye Barricks No. 3, 4, 5 Bridge Street

Barracks

350

279

236058

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CHURCH-SHIELDS Tullans Farmhill a Messuage or Tenement no 60 & other premes

350

293

236151

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HUTCHESON-ALLEN

A Messuage or Tenement No 25 in the Map to which appertain three parcels of land No 35, 17 & 111 New Row

Blindgate

351

193

235699

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CHURCH-LOWNDES Houses Wastes & Tenements

351

265

236152

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

ALLEN-SHAW

A Messuage or Tenement No 25 in the Map to which appertain three parcels of land No 35, 17 & 111 New Row

Blindgate

351

427

237071

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

LINDSAY-HAZLET

A park & sevl houses and gardens

352

81

236676

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Earl of Antrim-SMITH

Ballynagg

Little Island Effrick

355

170

238479

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

James MOORE’s will

Ballymellvenan

Ballymackievannen

355

288

239734

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CHEVERS-LYLE A Moiety of a Messuage or Tenement No 49 to which appertains 18a 2r 16p (No 36 New Row East

356

89

238480

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

James MOORE’s will codicil Ballymellvenan

Ballymackievannen

356

90

238481

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

James MOORE’s will codicil Ballymellvenan

Ballymackievannen

356

311

240337

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

REYNOLDS-EAKEN Dwelling House & back houses 30’ front Goal Lane

356

468

241541

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

WOOD &ors-GODFREY Tenements Logestown Church Street

357

426

241623

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

GALT-ROBB A piece or parcel of ground No 4 18’ in front Church Street North Side

358

283

240346

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Earl of Antrim-CROMIE

Ballylease Ballyless

Ballylease North & South

Lower Gallvoille or Gallbally

Ballyemond west Gallvolley st wt & north

Garrylaban

Big Ballyenon or Ballybin

Roselick Roseleek Long Liberties

Ballyachron

361

13

241230

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HILL-NEWTON A Messuage or Tenement No 93, 19a 2r , No 98 Ferry Quay Street

361

89

241439

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

GODFREY-HEZLETT A Messuage Tenement No 53

Two parcels of Land 25a 2r 15p 2[?] No 99 Church Street South side

362

86

242565

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

WALLACE-HUEY

Kilteny pt Long Liberties

362

371

245522

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CHURCH-BOYD Tullans Farmhill a Messuage or Tenement no 60 & other premes

366

380

245630

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

[?]-BRISTOW

Ardierinaght Liswatick

Ballywillen

Clogher Kirkstown

367

14

245521

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

GALT-BOYD A House & backyard Meeting House Lane

370

358

252791

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HAMILTON-MACKY

Ballysally Liberties

375

132

250366

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

REYNOLDS-LAWRENCE

A Waste ground pt

Several premises No 19, 20, 21, 39, 80 New Row West Side

379

557

255492

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

TAYLOR & wife-MOORE

Ballyvelton

Ballyvelton Lower

380

52

252657

LINDSAY

Coleraine

1739-1810

LINDSAY-GALT

WRONG #: ROD: 377- 342-252657 Not in bk 378, 379, 380, 381.

Not in Grantors Index (David LINDSAY): 1739-1810

Not in Townland Index 1708-1738

Not in Townland Index – 1739-1810 (David LINDSAY)

David LINDSAY formerly of Colerain then of Summerhill Co. Londonderry & John GALT and Charles GALT both of Colerain… lease of lands in parish of Colerain

380

173

257407

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

LINDSAY-HUTCHISON A field next the Grove of Milburn House cont 3a 2r 1p in the Liberties

383

453

254513

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

GLENN-GALT Two Tenements and a Garden Dirty Lane south west side

Image 544

BTW William GLENN sr of Coleraine Co. Londonderry Mason of 1 pt & John & Charles GALT of Coleraine Merchants of other pt. ….

384

216

254687

SPEER

Antrim

1787 Jan 20

Image 127

BTW William SPEER of Tullyrodd [?], Co. Antrim Farmer of 1 pt & Robert CAMPBELL of Ballingarvey [probably Ballygarvey, Parish Kirkinriola, Barony Toome Lower] Co. Antrim Esq. of the other… reciting land then in occupation of the said William SPEER, Daniel McNEILL John HINDMAN and one field also in possession of John EDMONSON deceased in Parish Loughgill [Loughguile] Co. Antrim for lives … WITNESS: George HUTCHINSON of Ballymony [probably Ballymoney, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine] & Roger CASEMONT of Ballymond [?] both Co. Antrim Attorneys NOTE: Possible link to Jacksons of Tobermore.

385

40

251148

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Earl of Antrim-NEILSON & ors

Maugherybuy Islandflackey

Maghreyboy Long Liberties

A tenement No 45/ 17 front New Row

386

139

255255

JACKSON, Richard Rt Hon

Coleraine

1786 Dec 19

BROWNE Names Index 1786-1794

Image 78

NTW Francis SMITH of St. James St., City of Dublin Cordwainer & Mary SMITH otherwise WHELAN his wife & Richard PARKINSON of City of Dublin Stone cutter executors of will of Margaret JOHNSTON late of City of Dublin deceased wo was widow & executor of Capt John JOHNSTON late of Hatch End Parish Linnor Co. Middlesex deceased of 1st pt; Charles JOHNSTON of Glebe Co. Limerick Esq heir at law of said John JOHNSTON deceased of 2nd pt; James BIGGER of City of London Esq. only surviving son and heir of Jordan Heyland BIGGER late of London deceased & Mary BIGGER spinster administrix of will annexed of Jordon Heyland BIGGER deceased her late father of 3rd pt; Rt Hon Richard JACKSON of Coleraine Co. Londonderry one of his Majesty’s most Honorable Privy Council Kingdom of Ireland of 4th pt; William BROWN and John BROWN both of Belfast Co. Antrim Merchants of 5th pt.… land on South Side of  High St & North side of High Street Belfast. NOTE: Richard JACKSON (1732-1787) SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

386

343

258750

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CHURCH-CHURCH

The Double water Corn Mill without the East Gate of the Town & other premes

386

406

259054

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

BOYD-NEWTON A Messuage or tenement No 51 37’ in front to which appertain 2 parcells of acres one containing 18a No 84 and the other 33a No 104 Church Street

388

411

258319

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HAMILTON-NEDHAM

Ballysally Liberties

388

474

258685

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

MACKY-SPAN

Ballysally Liberties

390

326

256791

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HENDRICKSON-NEWTON

A Messuage or Tenement No. 7

[?] No 18 Church Street

390

394

256903

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

GALT-GALT & ors Two Houses & Gardens New Row

392

482

259637

 

Londonderry

1781 Aug 11

HYDE  ors-GALT and ors

Drumdeuin Ballundreen

Liswatick Island

Cloghfine Ballyverser

Kilgreen Ballylagan

Drumdra Ballynagy

Ballykag lower other tenements Bo & Manr Dunluce

Image 266

BTW Hugh LYLE of Coleraine Co. Londonderry Esq. of 1st pt & Samuel HYDE & Waddell CUNNINGHAM both of Belfast in Co. Antrim Merchants of the 2nd pt & Thomas GREGG of Belfast Merchant & Sarah GREG daughter of Thomas GREGG of 3rd pt. Marriage to be had btw Hugh LYLE & Sarah GREGG … Ballyndrum two quarters Ballyverser two quarters Ballyknay one quarter & Ballyknag commonly called Ballyknaglower in Barony and manor of Duluce within the Liberties of Coleraine Co Londonderry … WTNESS: Cunningham GREG Merchant & Henry JOY Printer both of Belfast Thomas GREGG [SEAL]

NOTE: There was no mention of GALT

397

343

264872

JACKSON, Richard Rt Hon

Londonderry

1788 Oct 29

HARTE Names Index 1786-1794

Richard JACKSON of Coleraine, Co Londonderry Esq to George HART of City of Dublin Esq. Reciting deed of release 7 Mar 1735 made btw William JACKSON then of Coleraine  Esq. since deceased of 1st part, Frances  his wife of the 2nd pt & the Hon Elizabeth MOORE then of City of Dublin widow and since deceased of the 3rd pt. William JACKSON died leaving Richard JACKSON his only son & heir who upon the death of this William JACKSON became entitled equity & mtg to Elizabeth MOORE invested in John McALLISTER of Coleraine in trust for Richard JACKSON and reciting that Henry HART late of the City of Dublin Esq since deceased on or about the 30th day  Oct 1752 did lend and advance to Richard JACKSON the sum of 5,000 pounds re deed of release 9 Dec 1752 [secured against lands mentioned in previous deed - lands of Ballymadegan, Drumnaquil, Dunballycarne, Ringrassbeg, Ringrassmore Ardaclave and upper and lower Altabreen]. WITNESS Croasdale MOLONY & Michael MOLONY.

NOTE: Co. Londonderry Townland Links:

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

·         Drumnequile aka Drumaquill, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine,

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

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

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

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

·         Upper and Lower Altabreen aka [probably Altibrian, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine, - the parishes of Dunboe & Formoyle share a border]

NOTE: Because of echoes of these townlands in other deeds, I believe that this Richard JACKSON was the Richard JACKSON (aft 1729 - aft 1781) of Coleraine, the sole surviving son of William JACKSON and Frances EYRE.SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

397

344

264873

JACKSON, Richard Rt Hon

Londonderry

1788 Oct 29

JACKSON-HART Agreement Names Index 1786-1794

Image 489

Rt Hon Richard JACKSON of Coleraine, Co Londonderry Esq of 1 pt.; George HART of City of Dublin Esq. of other pt. Reciting deed of release 7 Mar 1735 made btw William JACKSON then of Coleraine  Esq. since deceased of 1st part, Frances  his wife of the 2nd pt & the Hon Elizabeth MOORE then of City of Dublin widow and since deceased of the 3rd pt. William JACKSON died leaving Richard JACKSON his only son & heir who upon the death of this William JACKSON became entitled equity & mtg to Elizabeth MOORE invested in John McALLISTER of Coleraine in trust for Richard JACKSON and reciting that Henry HART late of the City of Dublin Esq since deceased on or about the 30th day  Oct 1752 did lend and advance to Richard JACKSON the sum of 5,000 pounds re deed of release 9 Dec 1752 [secured against lands mentioned in previous deed]. WITNESS Croasdale MOLONY & Michael MOLONY. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

397

418

265114

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

GALT-DICKSON Two Houses & Gardens New Row

409

262

268327

 

Londonderry

1788 Sep 6

HILL-BERESFORD

Crosreagh Carvarig Ballyreagh

Ballymack Illvenane BallymanVuenane

Image 443

BTW Sir Hugh HILL of City of Londonderry Bart Dame Hannah HILL his wife & George FitzGerald HILL eldest osn of said Hugh HILL & Hannah his wife of 1st pt. Rt Hon John BERESFORD of Abbeyville Co. Dublin of Privy Council in Ireland & Jane BERESFORD his 3rd daughter of 2nd pt  & Rt Hon George Earl of Tyrone the Hon Richard ANNESLEY of City of Dublin of 3rd pt In consideration of an intended marriage btw George Fitzgerald HILL & the said Janes BERESFORD … granted lands of Crossreagh, Carvarig orwise Ballyreagh and Ballymac Ilvenan otherwise Ballymacuenane in Liberties of Coleraine Co. Londonderry & townlands of Calmore otherwise Callmore [Calmore, Parish Kilcronaghan, Barony Loughinsholin] & Moyassett otherwise Mayassett [Moyesset, Parish Kilcronaghan, Barony Loughinsholin] Gortahawy otherwise Gortatamry [possibly Gortamney, Parish Kilcronaghan, Barony Loughinsholin]  Dunnegrannan otherwise Derrygrannen [?] together with the Water Course Mill of Tobbermore otherwise Tubbermore [Tobermore, Parish Kilcronaghan, Barony Loughinsholin] and the tenaments lying and being in the Town of Tubbermore and all that part of ground commonly called half Clone containing 68a 2r 36 p of arable and pasture and 7a of bogg … reciting 16 June 1765 marriage of said Hugh HILL & then Hannah SPENCE widow. Hugh HILL [SEAL] Dame Hanna HILL [SEAL] WITNESS Rowley Gorges HILL of City of Londonderry Esq Rev Josiah MARSHALL & William HEATH Esq both of Fahans Co. Donegal

SEE: Tobermore.

409

277

268883

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

LAURENT-SHEIL Several Houses & holdings

409

532

269118

JACKSON, James & Richard

Antrim

Londonderry

1789 Jun 12

JACKSON-GALT Names Index 1786-1794

A Messuage or Tenement No 28 to which appertain 11a of Land No 103

Tenements and Houses New Row

Back Lane

Image 589

Btw James STEWART of Gracehill [Gracehill Parish Derrykeighan, Barony Dunluce Lower],, Co Antrim Esq &of 1st part & Richard JACKSON of Coleraine Co Londonderry & Elizabeth JACKSON his wife and James JACKSON, eldest son & heir apparent of 2nd part & John GALT & Charles GALT of Londonderry merchants of 3rd pt…. in consid of £400 pd by John GALT and Charles GALT to JACKSONs.. tenement on the West side of the New Row in Town of Coleraine marked in Map of said town #28 on the west by Stone Row & on the North by tenement 27 together with 11a marked as #63 in the map of the acres bounded on the North by the road leading to Ballyrarhean [Church Road?] on the east by the road leading to Ballymoney and on the south by the acre (No 37) and on the north by the acres No 61 and 62 and abt ½ mile distant from the town with the appurts being and near the Town Colerain in Co. Londonderry… WITNESS: James HAMILTON of Bush Bank Co. Antrim & James PARKS of same place. Richard JACKSON [SEAL] James JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: See ROD: 241-83-156901. Sept 25, 1765.

NOTE: It is possible that he was the Richard JACKSON (1726-1789). but there was also another JACKSON in Coleraine. He may also be linked to the line of JACKSONs in Drogheda

NOTE: Stone Row is connected to Blind Gate.

UPDATE: I have a copy of the lease, and the signature of Richard JACKSON includes the image of a bird, likely a sheldrake or shoveller.

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

413

292

271430

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HYDE  ors-GALT and ors

Drumdeuin Ballundreen

Liswatick Island

Cloghfine Ballyverser

Kilgreen Ballylagan

Drumdra Ballynagy

Ballykag lower other tenements Bo & Manr Dunluce

413

329

271539

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HEYLAND-[?]

Farrenlestre

Farranlashane

414

285

270720

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

STEWART-BOYDE Ballywindlands Liberties

416

23

272450

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

McDONNELL-RICE

Pt of the House & buildings called ye Barricks No. 3, 4, 5 Bridge Street

Barracks

416

383

277135

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CARMICHAEL-CARMICHAEL

A Tenement

Three parcels of Land one containing 1r 25p ye other 4a 0r 16p & the other 23 acres New Row

418

197

27266

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

McCAUSLAND-HEYLAND

Farrenlestre

Farranlashane

419

12

272930

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HASLETT-SNELL CHANNCEY A Messuage or tenements & 24a of land

Two messuages & 8 of land

427

406

279262

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

BELL-LOGAN a messuage or tenement No 7 &8 near the Kings Gate

428

476

280887

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

Thomson SMYTH-LAURENCE a house backhouses & yards Church Street

431

?

?

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

STERLING-[?]

Ardierinaght Liswatick

Ballywillen

Clogher Kirkstown

432

342

280829

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

LLOYDE-DUNKIN Several houses and tenements

6a of land in Ballysally 40a Kings Gate

Highland Row

436

316

282494

JACKSON,

Mary Jane

Coleraine

1791 Jun 1

JACKSON - O’NEIL Names Index 1786-1794

Marriage article btw John Hamilton O’HARA of Crebilly [Crebilly, Parish of Ballyclug, in the Barony of Antrim Lower],   Co Antrim of 1 pt Mary Jane JACKSON daughter of  Rt Hon Richard JACKSON late of Jackson Hall, Londonderry deceased of 2nd pt Rt Hon James O’NEIL of Shanes Castle [Shanes's Castle, Parish Antrim, Barony Toome Upper or Shane's Castle Park, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper] in Co Antrim & George JACKSON of Jackson Hall [Townland Waterside, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine] Esq. of 3rd pt…. in consid of marriage £2,000 pounds as marriage portion… more detail Henry Hutchison O’HARA late of Crebilly, Co Antrim Esq deceased in last will dated 29 May 1759 devised to John Hamilton O’HARA the lands commonly called the Kart Estates in Co Antrim. WITNESSES: Rev Nathaniel ALEXANDER George Richard GOLDING & John JOHNSTON of Crebilly SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

437

342

28370?

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

NEWTON-GALT A messuage or tenement (No 73 & 74) to which appendments 8a 2r 32p of land marked (No 31) Bridge Street

438

17

281760

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

McKEITH-BOYSE A tenement (no 130 two parcels of land the one (No 116) containing 23a 2r & the other containing 21a 2r

441

266

284380

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HENRY-GALT A messuage tenement & dwelling house 33’ front Church Street

442

258

286857

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

SPAN-McCAUSLAND Mill loghan & Mill

Knockinlarn Liberties

443

1

284942

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

SIMPSON-RAMSAY A dwelling house office houses & Garden Church Street

443

289

286121

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

DOHERTY-LOGAN Tenements (No 14 containing 1a 3r 32p

A tenement (no 5) containing 24p

445

547

287950

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CARY & ors-BLACKER A messuage or tenement (No 27) to which appertains 150a of land (No 89) New Roe [aka New Row]

447

1

285548

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

McLEAN-REID A dwelling house Kiln Garden & field situate over the Brook Suburbs

447

97

288346

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

LESLIE-HALLRIDGE  A Tenement No 55

22a 2r of Land No 78 Blindgate Lane

448

66

286345

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

WALLACE & ors-HILL & ors

Kilteny pt Long Liberties

449

196

287808

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HAMILL-BEGLEY A dwelling house Yard & Stable

449

386

288467

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

McNAUGHTEN & ors-HAMILTON

Kirkstown in ye Long Liberties

453

412

291209

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

BROWNE & ors-INNES Ballygeelagh Liberties

458

448

296459

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

KEITH-BOYES A messuage (No 13) 32’ front & two parcels of land if one containing 23a 2r (no 116) & ye other containing 21a 2r Church Street

Liberties

458

555

297068

JACKSON, George

Londonderry

1793 Mar 9

JACKSON-HILL Names Index 1786-1794 Jacksonhall

George JACKSON of Jacksons Hall [Townland Waterside, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine], Co Londonderry Esq.  Gent then of City of Dublin Esq of the 1 pt and Sir Henry HILL of the City of Derry Bt of the other. Jackson did confer the dwelling house of Jackson Hall with all the offices houses gardens and pleasure ground thereunto containing 15 acres Plantation measure in Liberties of Colerain, Co. Londonderry with the use of all fixtures goods and furniture of every kind for yearly rent of 56 pounds… NOTE: This is George JACKSON (1776-1840) – one of JACKSONs of Coleraine.. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

461

566

296737

JACKSON, George

Meath

Londonderry

1793 Feb 8

HARTE Names Index 1786-1794

Image 596

Rt Hon John O’NEIL of Shanes Castle [Shanes's Castle, Parish Antrim, Barony Toome Upper or Shane's Castle Park, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper] Co. Antrim of 1st pt, George JACKSON of Jackson Hall, [Townland Waterside, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine], Co Londonderry, Esq. Eldest son of Rt Hon George JACKSON dec’d of 2nd pt, George HARTE of City of Dublin Esq. of 3rd pt. Lands of Carrick[?]ler otherwise Carrickdisart otherwise Carickdesert formerly held by Thomas QUELSH 4a 34p and also town of Cruicetown otherwise Crusetown otherwise Cruistown except that part granted to Gustavius LAMBERT Esq  and the town and lands of Pigshill otherwise Begshill and Rossboy otherwise Rushee parcels of Cruistown with the water Corn Mill and wears [aka weirs?] belonging to townland Carrickadealer and Cruicetown on River Boyne, Co. Meath …

461

566

296738

JACKSON, George

Dublin Londonderry

Antrim

1793 Feb 28

HARTE-LATOUCHE Names Index 1786-1794

Image 596

Btw George HARTE of City of Dublin Esq. Eldest son of Henry HARTE late of the City Alderman of 1st pt & David LATOUCHE of Dublin of 2nd pt & George JACKSON of Jackson Hall, [Townland Waterside, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine], Co Londonderry, Esq. Eldest son of Rt Hon Richard JACKSON late of Jackson Hall dec’d of 3rd pt Rt Hon John NEAL of Shanes Castle [Shanes's Castle, Parish Antrim, Barony Toome Upper or Shane's Castle Park, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper] Co Antrim of 4th pt & John LATOUCHE of City of Dublin of 5th pt.... lands of Ballymaclegan [Ballymadigan, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine], Drumnaquill Drumaquill, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine] Donballycarne [possibly Drumballyhagan Clark], Ringgrassley [Ringrash Beg, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine.], Ringsmore [Ringrash More, Parish Macosquin, Barony Coleraine] Ardaclave [Articlave Lower, Parish Dunboe, Barony Coleraine and the Upper and Lower Altabrean [probably Altibrian, Parish Formoyle, Barony Coleraine] in Co Londonderry to hold to John LATOUCH in trust to pay annuity to George HART ….

NOTE: Sir Richard JACKSON (btw1729-1731 – d. 1789) Son George JACKSON (1766-1840)

SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

463

111

296275

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

CAMPBELL-NOBLE

Ballyvelton

Ballyvelton Lower

465

172

296220

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

McKAHAN-REID Ballymont Liberties

467

193

297280

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HUTCHESON-GIVIN A tenement 16 front Church Street

467

486

301808

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

BELL-HAMILL a messuage or tenement No 7 &8 near the Kings Gate

467

572

302317

JACKSON, James & Richard

Coleraine

1793 Nov 22

STEWART-HUTCHESON A tenement ( No 28) Land (No 63) a Garden called Glovers Waste New Row rd:s

JACKSON - HUTCHINSON Names Index 1786-1794

Btw James STEWART of Gracehill [Gracehill Parish Derrykeighan, Barony Dunluce Lower], Co Antrim Esq of 1st pt; Richard JACKSON of Coleraine & Elizabeth his wife and James JACKSON their eldest son of 2nd pt; John GALT & Charles GALT of Coleraine merchants of 3rd pt… released to James HUTCHINSON land on the west side of the New Road in Coleraine marked on the map of the said town as #28 with the land marked #63  and also the Gardener waste known by the name of Glovers Waste with all the houses Gardens Improvements in town of Coleraine WITNESS: James PARK of S of Pushbank and Richard JACKSON jr of Coleraine SEE: (possibly) JACKSONs of Coleraine – although I do not yet know where he fits in. He may have been the one who was a butcher.

469

134

299048

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

LAWRENCE-LAWRENCE A tenement (No 3) 6a (no 64) 48a (No 93) a tenement (No 9)

470

92

299836

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

HUTCHESON-HAZLETT A messuage or tenement to which appertain 10a of land (No 115) New Row

470

340

305886

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

McDOUGAL & ors-MOORE Tenements Winneyhaw

471

469

299963

JACKSON,

Mary Jane & husb

Antrim

Londonderry

1793 Sep 1

Lands Index Co. Antrim 1738-1800

Ballyreaghs, Ballynagaboge, Barony Kilconway

Crebilly, Carnmore, Carnbeg, Carnbuck

Fernagushag

Greig- Glenawhirry

Killaree Bokileenway

Mullinsallagh & Mills Magheraboy Maryduffle, Moneduff, Bolalleenway, Osh Loughgall & Denaghy

Tullybane Bo Killcanway psh Dunaghy

Hamilton O’HARA-O’NEIL

Btw John Hamilton O’HARA of Cordilly, Co Antrim Esq & Mary Jane O’HARA als JACKSON, his wife of 1 pt & Rt Hon John O’NEILL [Shanes's Castle, Parish Antrim, Barony Toome Upper or Shane's Castle Park, Parish Drummaul, Barony Toome Upper] of Shanes Castle & George JACKSON of Jackson’s Hall, [Townland Waterside, Parish Killowen, Barony Coleraine], Co  Londonderry of other pt... all the Manor of Crebilly commonly called the Kart Estate... many other lands in Barony of Killonway, Co Antrim SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1 1915 p.126. Henry-Hutchinson O'Hara: son of Henry ; succeeded his father circa, 1745, and d.s.p. ; leaving by his Will (dated A.D. 1759) the Crebilly and other estates to Charles Hamilton's son, John Hamilton (i.e. son of Charles Hamilton of Portglenone), thus passing by the O'Haras of Claggin, the descendants of his (Henry-Hutchinson O'Hara's) grand-uncle Henry, and the other collateral branches, even leaving the remainder to O'Hara, of O'Hara-Brook, whose family name was Tate (see O'Laverty's Down and Connor, Vol. III., p. 427). Said John HAMILTON (b. circa 1755 or 1757) then added "O'Hara" to his name. He m. a young French Catholic lady, Madeleine Collet. The marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev. Hugh O'Devlin, P.P., of Ballymena, in the year 1787 ; but as under the Penal Laws this marriage was illegal '97 "O'Hara" being a Protestant '97 they were re-married in Dumfries, Scotland, according to Scotch law. The issue by this marriage was two sons who died without issue. John HAMILTON "O'Hara" repudiated this wife, and, in A.D. 1791, married Miss JACKSON, dau. of Right Hon. R. Jackson, niece of Lord O'Neill, and sister-in-law of the Right Rev. Dr. Alexander, Protestant Bishop of Down and Connor. This second wife of John Hamilton "O'Hara," d. in 1802 without issue. In 1819, said Hamilton "O'Hara" m. Miss Duffin, dau. of Mr. Duffin, one of his tenants ; she bore him two children '97 1 . Henry- Hutchinson - Hamilton "O'Hara,"

472

233

301110

 

Londonderry

Coleraine

 

PATRICK-PATRICK A messuage or tenement (No 62) 18’

A messuage or tenement (No 63) 23’

12a of Land (No 55) als 3a. 2r (No 58) Market St

472

445

304051

 

Londonderry

Coleraine