ROD: 344-144-230471 JACKSON – HOYLE
A Memorial of an Indenture of Lease bearing date 22nd January 1782 made between Ann Jackson of Chamber Street in the County of Dublin widow of the one part and Martin Hoyle of Clontarf in the said county Farmer of the other part whereby the said Ann Jackson for the considerations therein mentd did Demise unto the said Martin Hoyle all that part of the Lands of Raheny in the County of Dublin containing 11 acres and 20 perches lately in the possession of Thomas Tuckey with the House erected thereon and built by the sd Thomas or part of sd premises and all and singular the Rights Members and appurtenances thereunto belonging in anywise appertaining excepting as therein is excepted To hold the sd demised premises with the appurtenances unto the said Martin Hoyle his Exors admors and assigns from 1st November last for the Term of 47 years and 6 months at the yearly rent of £31 12s and 8d Stg payable half yearly on every first day of May and first day of November in every year during said term over and above all Taxes in which said Indenture of Lease is contained other clauses and covenants usual between Landlord and Tenant and which Lease and this Memorial are witnessed by Andrew Carmichael City of Dublin and Christ Sweetman of the same Cooper.
Andrew Carmichael maketh oath 22nd January 1782
Will Kelly Dep Regr
 Ann JACKSON née HUNT.
· NOTE: Her will was written in 1787 and proved in 1789. ROD 93-560-66911 Jun 6, 1739
· ROD: 314- 265-213328. 1777. Jun 30. Ann JACKSON widow of William JACKSON of Mill Street, Dublin, Tanner, lands of Raheny. NAMES: James HAMILTON, Right Honorable Earl of Clanbrassill; Thomas TUCKEY; William HUNT; Anne JACKSON née HUNT; William JACKSON; James WATSON; Thomas SMITH; Thomas BRADBURN; William DUDLEY; Thomas CULLEN; James ASHE; Alice BRYAN; Luke KELLY; William KELLY; James SHEIL. PLACES: Dublin & Raheny. William Jackson _24 Sept 1772_ exhibited his Will in said Court of the Exchequer...late of Mill Street, County Dublin, Tanner deceased.
 Chamber Street aka Chambre Street, City of Dublin named after a family named Chambrè of Stormanstown near Ardee with whom the Brabazons intermarried, about 1680. SOURCE; Dublin Street Names Dated and Explained. C. T. M’Cready. Hodges Figgus & Co., 1892. NOTE: It is a block south east from the Tenter Fields, and is where many tradespeople lived, specially those connected to the linen trade, and intersects with Ardee Street.
 Martin HOYLE
 Clontarf, Co. Dublin.
 Raheney – Raheny North and Raheny South are both in the Parish of Raheny. Barony of Coolock. They are on either side of Howth Road, north-east of the City of Dublin. It is a parish adjacent to Clontarf.
· ROD: 151-175-100940. 1751 Nov 27. This townland was the residence of Rev. Ralph COCKYN, husband of Anne JACKSON who was a daughter of Thomas JACKSON (1680-1751). SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine
· ROD: 161-318-108796. 1753 June 30. Also reference to Thomas JACKSON and rev. Ralph COCKYN
· ROD: 80-309-55960. 1735 May 22. James JACKSON transferred lands of Raheney:
 Thomas TUCKEY SEE: ROD: 279-552-184235 Tuckey - Jackson
 Andrew CARMICHAEL
 Christopher SWEETMAN
 William KELLY
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