1842 Oct 6
Deed: 1842 22 170
SNAPSHOT: William HILL and his wife Esther née COULTER leased 22 acres of Tullyumphry to John HILL.
To the register appointed by Parliament for registering deeds wills and so forth.
A Memorial of an indented deed of conveyance bearing date the sixth day of October 1842 and made between William HILL of Balls Mill in the County of Armagh gent of the first part, Esther HILL otherwise COULTER of Balls Mill aforesaid the wife of the said William HILL of the second part and John HILL of Grange Gorman Lane in the County of Dublin gent of the third part. Whereby after reciting as therein recited they the said William HILL and Esther HILL his wife for the considerations therein mentioned did grant bargain sell alien release and confirm unto the said John HILL in his actual possession there being by virtue of a lease for a year therein recited unto his heirs and assigns all that and those that part and parcel of the lands of Tullyumphry containing 22 acres one rood and 35 perches Irish plantation measure or thereabouts, be the same more or less, as then in the actual possession and occupation of Samuel McCORMACK, Francis McCORMACK Richard NEILL and Patrick CONNOLLY, with the Bog or Moss thereto attached and [bel?] & [?dedon] on the North by the other part of said lands in possession of Peter MORGAN and Owen CONLON on the East by Charles CROWEs proportion of Tullyumphrey and on the South by the Lake and on the West by Widow CONLONs farm being part and parcel of the said part or proportion the said lands of Tullyumphrey being the west part thereof containing 37 acres two roods Irish plantation measure or thereabouts be the same more or less together with the Bog or Moss thereto attached or [bel?] all which said lands heritaments and premises hereby granted and released or intended lots were situate lying and being in the parish of Currin in the Barony of Dartry in the County of Monaghan with the appurtenances. To hold the said lands heritaments and premises with the appurtenances to the said John HILL his heirs and assigns forever and the execution of said deed and this Memorial respectively by the said William HILL are witnessed by William HILL of Dundalk in the County of Louth writing clerk and by William Robert ROGERS gentleman attorney. William HILL. [Seal]. Signed and sealed by the above named William HILL in presence of us William Robert ROGERS. William HILL. The above named William HILL maketh oath and says that he is a subscribing witness to the deed of which the above writing purports to be a Memorial and also to the above Memorial and that he saw said deed and Memorial respectively executed by William HILL party thereto and that he also saw the said deed duly executed by Esther HILL also parties thereto and says that the name William HILL subscribed as a witness to said deed and Memorial respectively is this deponent proper name and hand writing. William HILL.
 William HILL of Balls Mill in the County of Armagh gent He died May 2, 1875 and left effects under £100.
· SOURCE: PRONI Will Abstracts: The Will (with one Codicil) of John William Hill late of Ballsmill County Armagh Farmer deceased who died 2 May 1875 at same place was proved at Armagh by the oath of Esther Hill of Ballsmill Widow the sole Executrix.
· In 1832, a William HILL had a freehold at Ednasbarrow from Charles EASTWOOD aand was resident at Ballsmill.
· In 1823, a William HILL held a freehold at Tullydonnell and was resident at Ballsmill.
· In 1824, a William HILL held a freehold at Tullydonnell for the lives of William and Edward HILL and was resident at Ballsmill.
 Balls Mill is just south of the R177, about 7km north-west of Dundalk. It is also just slightly north of a clutch of townlands where many of the COULTERs were known to reside (Cavananore, Shortstone, Annaghavackey and so on). It is on Ballsmill Road (on some maps – otherwise Glassdrumman Rd on other maps) and is in the Parish of Glassdrumman SEE: http://www.devlin-family.com/timelineglassdrummond.htm William HILL is in the 1828 Tithe records.
· Ballsmill (Baile na gCléireach) Armagh. Ballinaglera 1838. ‘Ball's mill’. Thomas Ball was granted land here in the 17th cent. The Irish name means ‘townland of the clerics’. SOURCE: http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1O40-Ballsmill.html
 Esther HILL (? -after 1875) otherwise COULTER of Balls Mill aforesaid the wife of the said William HILL Going from Ireland, Civil Registration Indexes 1845-1958, it is possible that she was born 1825 and died age 58 in 1883. If this is her, then she was born too late to be the Esther COULTER, daughter of John COULTER and Jane BARTLEY.
 John HILL of Grange Gorman Lane in the County of Dublin
 Tullyumphry aka Tullyhumphry, a townland of 126 acres in the Parish of Currin, Co. Monaghan.
 Samuel McCORMACK NOTE: I do not know who this is.
 Francis McCORMACK NOTE: I do not know who this is.
 Richard NEILL NOTE: I do not know who this is.
 Patrick CONNOLLY NOTE: I do not know who this is.
 [bel?] & [?dedon] Here’s hoping kind souls can set me straight on what this might be.
 Peter MORGAN NOTE: I do not know who this is.
 Owen CONLON NOTE: I do not know who this is.
 Charles CROWEs NOTE: I do not know who this is.
 Widow CONLONs NOTE: I do not know who this is.
 William HILL of Dundalk in the County of Louth writing clerk. Just to keep us on our toes, it seems we have 2 William HILLs in the same document. He is also a witness to an 1839 deed: http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1839Nov13-McCULLAGH-BEATTIE.html
 William Robert ROGERS gentleman attorney. He is listed in Tempests Jubilee 1909.
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