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This is the 11th of 13 posts of my notes on deeds which I have researched at the Dublin Deeds Registry.
Sharon Oddie Brown. June 7, 2013

 

2013 Early Deeds pg11 – Books 524-620

 

Bk

Pg

Deed

Date

Transcriptions & Notes

524

19

342150

1799 Nov 14

WALLACE-POLLOCK

Bt Elinor WALLACE of Newry, widow of William WALLACE of Newry, Gent deceased [22Feb 1793],  of City of Dublin Gent;  late brother James WALLACE deceased; Joseph POLLOCK of City of Dublin; Ross THOMPSON of Laurencetown; Alexander WALLACE of Madras, East Indies;  Robert WALLACE of Newry, Gent;  Charles WALLACE surgeon on board His Majesties Royal Navy; Sarah Anne WALLACE; Eliza WALLACE, both of Newry, spinsters; .. lands of Tullyharnet, Parish of Mucknow, Barony Cremorne, Co. Monaghan 73 acres.. on death of Ann BAILLIE… townland of Dromore, Parish of Mucknow, Barony Cremorne, Co. Monaghan 140 acres…… more land and description…

524

128

342515

1799 Nov 11

JACKSON-HUGHES Names Index 1794-

Richard JACKSON Esq. of North Strand, City of Dublin demised to Patrick HUGHS of City of Dublin Gent all that and those new dwelling houses on North Strand leading from the Custom House to Ballybough Bridge formerly in possession of Rev. Dr. [Bowning]

524

383

343364

1799 Oct 1

SCOTT – BRADFORD BROWNE, Thomas – BRADFORD 1809

John SCOTT & John GRAHAM both of Belfast, Co. Antrim, merchants, assigns of the estate and effects of Thomas BROWN & John OAKMAN of Belfast aforesaid Bankrupts of the first part. Thomas BROWN aforesaid a bankrupt of the second part & George BRADFORD & Benjamin BRADFORD both of Belfast of the 3rd part. For £760 parcel of land on south side of Broad Street, Belfast then called Waring Street & all house to George and Benjamin BRADFORD.

524

601

344411

1799, Jan 18

OLIVER-OLIVER

Meml of Indenture 18 Jan 1799 between Richd OLIVER of Castle OLIVER in the City of Limerick & Charles Silver OLIVER …. part of the mountain of Ballinlina containing 190 acres 1 rood 2 perches ….[lengthy description follows].

525

412

345203

1800 Mar 21

COULTER, Samuel-CALLAN 1800-1809

Btw John DENNIS of Kells, Co Meath Gent & exec of will of Joseph COULTER late of Dowdallshill, Co Louth Gent dec’d of 2nd pt & Pat CALLAN of Dundalk, Baker of 3rd pt.... DENNIS demised to Patrick CALLAN 2 messuages in the middle ward of Dundalk in the occupation of Patrick RORKE dec’d but then in possession  of Mary McGAWLEY spinster bordered on the North by Edward O’HERE’s tenement, on the East by the Main St. of Dundalk... more desc... for 999 years... witness by [Daniel?] LOVITT of Dundalk tobacanist and Francis FORD of City of Dublin... memorial by Samuel COULTER witnessed by Joseph PARKS of Dundalk, printer &  & Francis FORDE & John DENNIS

525

52?

509

346365

1739-1810

LESLIE-CRAIG Book 45 (1739-1810)  Wrong book try 528

526

28

343360

1809

BROWNE, Thomas - STEELE

527

278

351424

1800-1809

OLIVER-???

527

416

352561

 

Marriage Settlement. Names Index 1800-1809

528

129

345934

1800-1809

COULTER, David-MAYNE

COULTER, Margaret-MAYNE

COULTER, Anna-MAYNE

528

292

343791

1809

BROWNE, Thomas – McWILLIAMS # didn’t match – try earlier books

528

300

344454

1797, Dec 5

OLIVER-OLIVER

Meml of a Deed John OLIVER of Cloghan, Co. Londonderry of the first part & Thomas OLIVER of Clogham Co. Londonderry of the other part. Witness Henry OLIVER & Samuel MARTIN

528

448

347313

1800-1809

William BARTLEY & anr to INGOLDSBY 

528

532

347650

1800, Aug 29

OLIVER-BUCKLEY

Meml of Indentured Deed having date 1800 August 29 made between Thomas OLIVER executor of the last will & Testament of Mrs. OLIVER late of the City of Cork deceased. Mary OLIVER widow & relict of the Sd Thomas OLIVER & Mary OLIVER daughter of the aforesaid Thomas OLIVER & John BATHLEY of the same city [?] Chandler of the other part renting ….

528

591

347854

1800 Aug 9

McCULLOGH Jane orse WALKER & husband to MOORE NOTES in 2009 diary 1800-1809

Joseph WALKER of Ballymoney, Co. Antrim, Apothocary & Jane WALKER otherwise McCULLAGH his wife of 1st part.

529

128

346653

1788, July 24

OLIVER-his wife

Last will and Testament of John OLIVER of Cloghan, parish of Balleagh, Co. Londonderry

Son, Thomas OLIVER – the one full half of Sd John OLIVER farmer in Main in the County of Londonderry. Witness John CALDWELL & Alexander PATTISON both of Cloghan, all in the County of Londonderry

529

159

337944

1799 Apr 25

McGOWAN-WALLACE

Btw William McGOWAN of Bangor. Co. Down, butcher &  John WALLACE of Newtownards, Down, shopkeeper,  transfer of field commonly called Brickfield near to Newtwonards on which an orchard had formerly been planted  and two little houses  at the end thereof Bounded on the east by Mr. Robert mcCULLY’s field and also on the North field occupied by Hans LOGAN on the west by the road leading to said LOGAN’s field  and on the south by William DUGGAN’s garde…. More description NOTE was in townland index under Tullyvallen, but the townland is not mentioned. Also the names given in the index were HAMILTON-BALL.

529

315

347272

1800-1809 (1800)

McCULLOCK John to JACK

529

540

348580

1800, Oct 31

OLIVER-TOBIN

Meml of an Indentured Deed … Mtg bearing date of 31 Oct 1800 between Thomas OLIVER of the City of Cork Gent. Acting Exec. of the Last Will and Testament of Thomas OLIVER late of the City Gent decd of the one part & Wm TOBIN of the Sd city of Cork Vintner of the other part … [this involved an earlier indenture of a Mr. GAGE 30 March 1790]

530

100

347187

1800-1809

LEE, Edward – Marriage Articles

530

103

347202

1739-1810

(TI Bk 45)

CLINTON & anr to BARTLEY1739-1810 (TI Bk 45) 

530

169

347571

1793, Jan 30

JACKSON to PENTON (I had PROCTOR]

Memorial of an Indentured Deed of Assignment ... Robert JACKSON of Ballynewry  of the Co of Armagh  & Richard PENTON  of the City & Countu of Armagh ...”Whereby after Reciting that Jane GRAHAM  of the City of Armagh  by deed by her duly executed bearing date the 29th day  of November 1792 did Mortgage sell & Convey to him the Said Robert JACKSON this assigns all that tenement & Garden in the Town of Armagh let by Thomas McCANN Esq by indenture of lease to said Jane GRAHAM situate in Irish Street in said City of Armagh ...[Jim CARLSON also involved - complicated] Witnesses Joseph Vogan? John Haddock, Toma Haddock of the City of Armagh Attourney at Law.

530

170

347575

1800

DAWSON, Thomas, Henrietta, Rawdon, James, Elinor 1800-1809 Not pertinent

530

381

348624

1800 Aug 13

BAILIE-DONALDSON Notes in 2009 diary1739-1810

Between Hugh BAILIE, Robert BAILIE, Wm CONN, Agnes CONN otherwise BAILIE & Martha BAILIE all of Mullaghglass, Parish of Killeavy, Co. Armagh of the 1st part. Samuel DONALDSON of Cloghogg Parish of Creggan, Co. Armagh, Gent … in consideration of £170.00 paid … made over to Samuel DONALDSON all that part of Ballinagaple then in possession of William McCLEMENTS & Samuel McCANN 25 A 2P land formerly in Parish of Creggan now in newtownhamilton, Barony of Upper Fews. WITNESS Alexander McCOMBE of Castletown, Co. Louth attourney & Alexander DONALDSON & Michael McCONNELL both of Tullyvallen, Co. Armagh, Farmers; Anne CHURCH of Castletown, spinster. John GRIFFIN, Deputy Registrar.

530

524

349376

1800-1809 (1800)

McCULLOGH Dorothy B & anr to MOODY & ors

532

378

349395

1739-1810

(TI Bk 73)

SIBTHORP to DONALDSON

 

532

524

350700

1795, Nov 24

KIDD to OLIVER

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1795Nov24-OLIVER-KIDD.html

A memorial of a Deed bearing date the twenty fourth day of November in year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety five Between Benjamin KIDD of Keady  and Ballymorran Gent. Of the one part and Wm OLIVER jun of Ennislare in the Parish and County of Armagh Linen Draper of the other part. Wherin it is recited that  that whereas Wm Johnston of the City and County of Armagh  Gent did by indenture of lease bearing date the sixth day of October  1795 Demise  unto said Benjamin KIDD all that and those that front Dwelling House Offices Yard and Garden lying and being on the south side of Thomas Street in the said City of Armagh  bounded on the South by the holding of Arthur Irwin  on the north by the holding of Catherine Graham  and James and William Barnes(?) on the east by (?) Murphy  holding and on the west by Thomas Street aforesaid with full and free liberty of [legal language] at all times during this demise {...] the agteway in Common to said premises  with the said Catherine Graham the [?] to the sd Benjamin KIDD his executors, admins and A?? from the first day of November  then next ensuing for the term of thirty one years ... Witnessed by Samuel KIDD of Darkley, Parish of Derrynoose, Linen Draper  and James OLIVER of Ennislare in the Parish of Armagh . Signes in the presence of us James OLIVER Saml KIDD. Sworn Jan 5 1801

532

532

350733

1800-1809 (1801)

McCULLOGH Daniel, Shane & Phelemy to McCULLOGH

533

426

370007

1800-1809

LATOUCHE, William-VILLIERS

533

427

354654

1800-1809 (1801)

McCULLOCH John to GOURLY

534

122

349534

1739-1810

GILLESPIE-McCULLAGH

534

122

349534

1800 Jan 10

GILLESPIE-McCULLAGH Notes in 2009 diary Book 45 (1739-1810) There are lots more Drummuck deeds in this section.

Between David GILLESPIE of Latgallin & formerly of Drummuck, Co. Monaghan of 1st part & James McCULLAGH of Shantanagh of other part…. GILLEPSIE demised to James McCULLAGH dwellinghouse in Drummuck formerly in possession of John GILLESPIE Gent, dec’d then in actual possession of James SMITH & John SMITH … 20 acres arable & pasture land for natural life of John GILLESPIE of City of Dublin, Gent WITNESS: John GILLESPIE of City of Dublin, Gent, one of the attorneys & Rev James MORRELL of Ballybay.

534

132

349578

 

JACKSON-PARKER. Names Index 1800-1809

534

143

3497

1800, Aug 1

BALL-JACKSON Townland Bk 2 1739-1810 NOTE: The memorial number has to be incorrect – too few digits.

A Memorial of a Deed of a Lease bearing date the first day of August 1800 made between Thomas BALL of Cullihanna in the County of Armagh Esq. Of the one part and John JACKSON of Liscolgat in the Said County of Armagh farmer of the other part. Whereby the said Thomas BALL for the Consideration therein mentioned did Demise Grant Set and to [farm?] Let Release and Confirm Unto the Said John JACKSON (then being by virtue of a Lease for a year as therein mentioned & to his assigns all that and there that part of the Lands of Urker known by the name of the Charter Lands then in the possession of the said John JACKSON Containing by estimation 29 acres, two roods or thereabouts be the same more or less which is [_arly] described in a map or [__rchart] there of thereunto annexed situate lying and being in the Parish of Creggan Barony of Upper Fews and County of Armagh Excepting and Reserving out of Said demise unto the said Thomas BALL his heirs and assigns as therin is Excepted and Reserved to hold said Demised premises with the appurts unto the said John JACKSON his heirs Exors Admons and Assigns for and during the natural life and lives of the said John JACKSON the lessee then aged about nineteen, Margaret and Barbara JACKSON twins sisters of the said John JACKSON both aged seventeen years thereabouts & the [?____?____] of them as for and during the term of twenty four years to be computed from the 21st day of November then last which ever of said term for lives or years should last the longest at and under the yearly rent of [pounds] 34..16..7p in which said lease is contd sevl clauses & covts in the said John JACKSON his heirs, Exors, Admins, & Assigns to be done & performed & in case the said John JACKSON his heir Exors, Admins & Assigns shall perform & fulfill said Covenants and Clauses then said yearly rent of [pounds] 34.16.7 should be reduced to [pounds] 32.9.4 and no more which said deed was duly executed [?/?] therto in presence of and witnessed by Saml BALL of Urker in the County of Armagh Esq. & Patrick KANE of Coolderry in Said County and [?] this Memorial was also duly Exed by the said John JACKSON in presence of the said Patrick KANE & George JACKSON of the City of Dublin Attourney at Law, John JACKSON [SEAL] Signed Sealed and Delivered in presence of Patrick KANE came this day before me & made oath & saith he is [?] Witness to & saw the Original Deed of which the above writing is Memorialized duly.

Executed by the parties thereto & also save the above memorial duly executed by the above named John JACKSON and saith the name Patrick KANE [?] as a witness to said [?] & Memorial [....] proper name & handwriting Patrick KANE sworn before me at Dundalk in the County of Louth the 29th day of December 1800 by Virtue of a [?] to me directed for taking ...[hard to read legal bits]

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1800Aug1-JACKSON.html

534

155

344628

1794-1799

DAWSON, Patrick-McCULLOGH

534

229

350045

1800-1809 (1801)

McCULLOCH John to BRYSON

535

138

350158

1801 Dec 21

DAVIS-DONNELY Book 2 (1739-1810)

Btw William DAVIS of Aughasooley, Co. Armagh, farmer of 1 pt & & Bernard DONNELLY of Maydown & Thomas HUTCHESON of Carrickhaness both in sd Co farmers of the other part ... corn and flax mill in Tullymore & portion of land usually held by Robert WELSH cont 36 acres  2 roods & 14 perches.... witnessed by Frances SMYTHE of Blackwatertown

535

273

350594

1801 Feb 7

DAWSON, John, his will 1800-1809

John DAWSON of Castle St City of Dublin, Merch... wife Sarah DAWSON, son Alexander DAWSON...... son James DAWSON, lands of Nicholstown Co Louth... daughter Margaret BEAHAM & husband Gerald BEAHAM ... lands of COokstown, Rahanee and Ardee in Co Louth and of Prospect in Co Monaghan...

535

308

350808

1801 Feb 16

McCULLOGH Edward & wife to CARLETON & ors1800-1809 (1801)

Edward McCULLAGH of Co Kilkenny...

535

412

351537

1801Mar 21

CRAWFORD-JACKSON

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

Robert CRAWFORD of Belfast Innkeeper & John JACKSON of Ballymeehin, Co Down famer of other part... dwelling house on Shore Street in Holywood

535

511

352541

  1801 Apr 17

PEPPARD, Robert. Cappagh. Premarriage Lt. John BROWN of Limerick Militia to Constance ODELL daughter of Col. ODELL. RozMcC

535

606

353254

1801 May 4

JACKSON-PRONI T808/8266

Memorial registered 9 June 1801 of lease of 4 May 1801 for lives renewable for ever by Robert JACKSON of Grange in Kings Co. Esq. to Henry HARDING of Dublin City Gent. The house offices Desmesne & bogg of Grange 61 ½ acres in Ballybritt Barony in Kings County for lives of said Henry HARDING the lessee, Johnathon HARDING eldest of Johnathon HARDING of Glenlee in Kings County Esq. & Thomas PALMER son of John PALMER of Glenacurra in Kings Co. Esq. WITNESSES Rev Mathew WOOD [elk?] John PALMER of Glenacurra Esq. in Kings Co. Memorial signed by JACKSON.

536

48

35367

1800 Feb 18

ATKINSON-DOBBIN

Edward ATKINSON, City of Armagh Esq. Doctor of Phessick of the one part & Leonard DOBBIN of City of Armagh merchant of the other. ATKINSON to DOBBIN corn mills and kilns of Ballinahone lately possessed by Thomas QUIN now in possession and occupation of Leonard DOBBIN, 8 acres.

536

138

352497

1801 Apr 23

COULTER, Samuel-MURDOCK 1800-1809

Btw Samuel COULTER of Carnbeg & devisee of Joseph COULTER of Dowdellshill of 1 pt & Geporge MURDOCK of Belfast Gent.. citing deed of release dated Sept 20 1778by George MURDOCK of Newry & Joseph COULTER... dwelling house in High St Newry...then possessed by Mrs. Ann TEMPLETON... reciting that sd Joseph COULTER is no dead and bequeathed all his property subject to debts  & legacies to Samuel COULTER party thereto and appointed Samuel & Robert DICKIE executors of his will...... signed in presence of William HENRY & Joseph WRIGHT.

536

286

354739

1801, Aug 17

OLIVER-OLIVER 1800-1809 I have this deed.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1801Aug17_OLIVER-HAMILTON.html

Indentured deed between Rev. Hans HAMILTON clerk, second son of the Rt. Rev. Father in God Hugh HAMILTON, Bishop of Ossary of the first part Susannah OLIVER spinster daughter of the Rt. Honourable Silver OLIVER, deceased, of the second part ... the son of Hugh BISHOP of Ossary of the third part and Charles Silver OLIVER of Castle OLIVER in the Co of Limerick Esq. & Alexander HAMILTON Esq Barrister at Law and eldest son of the said Bishop of Ossery of the fourth part [lots more -]

537

328

354085

1800-1809

COULTER, George-SMITH

537

332

352998

1801 May 2

JACKSON Catherine widow City of Cork Occupier of a Dwelling House in Fish Street, Parish of Christchurch, City of Cork. KaeLewis

537

459

353757

1739-1810

(TI Bk 45)

McCREIGHT to COULTER 

538

279

358137

1789 Feb 3

BARTLEY & ors. Marriage Articles 1739-1810 (TI Bk 45)

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1789Feb3-BARTLEY-GILLESPIE.html

NAMES: William BARTLEY of Lossit; Robert BARTLEY, son of William; David GILLESPIE of Drummuck; Catherine GILLESPIE grandaughter of David;George BARTLEY; John ELLIOT; James COULTER of Killymount; John McMORRAN. OTHER PLACES: Glenrich.

538

290

358153

1800-1809 (1802)

Revd James McCULLOGH, Catherine McCULLOGH orse GORDON & ors to KEOWN

538

343

358260

1800-1809

COULTER, David-GREER

539

42

353804

1800-1809

DAWSON, John & Thomas & Anne - Marriage articles

539

248

354940

1800-1809

COULTER, John-COULTER

539

273

352686

or 293

1800-1809

OLIVER-WALKINSHAW wrong

539

293

355212

1801, Sept 25

OLIVER-OLIVER Anne OLIVER’s marriage to Samuel Elgee

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1801Sept25-OLIVER-ELGEE-Marriage.html

 At present I have her as the daughter of William & Elizabeth OLIVER - and I would assume her father  to be dead at this time (since he is not mentioned and her brothers are). Need to order

A Memorial of an _______ deed bearing date of 22nd day of April 1801 and made between Samuel Elgee of Rochvale, Co Monaghan of the one part, Anne OLIVER of Ballyrea in the County of Armagh spinster of the second part and Joseph OLIVER and Benjamin OLIVER both of Ballyrea aforesaid Gent of the third part. Whereby after recits as therein it is receipted that a marriage is to be had and solemnized between the said Samuel Elgee And Anne OLIVER sister of the said Joseph OLIVER and Benjamin OLIVER. The said Samuel Elgee For the consideration[....] and for settling a competent portion of jointure for the said Anne OLIVER in case she shall survive him did grant [___] convey and confirm unto the said Joseph OLIVER and Benjamin OLIVER all that and those tenants in the Upper Ward in the town of Dundalk [____] part 82 feet in depth from the street to the Mill Race 260 feet [?] 63 feet situate lying and being in the town of Dundalk then or late in the Tenure or Occupation of Michael [Callair]? And .... to hold to the said Joseph OLIVER & Benjamin OLIVER their heirs assigns ... during the continuance of the Lease of said premises for all rentals to be had gotten or obtained thereof .... Witnessed by William HUTCHINSON of Ballyrats in the County of Armagh, William OLIVER of Laragh in the Co. of Monaghan farmer and memorial is also witnessed by the said William Hutchison. William OLIVER [SEAL] Samuel Elgee [SEAL} Joseph OLIVER [SEAL]

539

439

356155

1794 May 19

DUNLOP-JACKSON

Daniel DUNLOP of Main, Londonderry, & Jouhn MURRELL of Ballyguinn, Londonderry  1st part;

John JACKSON deceased of Shanevy [Parish of Aghanloo, Barony of Keenaght] Lands of Clonevy & Ballyvolane [Londonderry?]. WITNESS: Samuel JACKSON Roz McC

540

83

354281

1800-1809 (1801)

McCULLOGH  Edward, Matilda orse KATHRENS & husband to WADE

540

95

354353

1800-1809 (1801)

McCULLOCH James to HAMILTON

540

95

365375

1800-1809 (1802)

McCULLOCH Alexander to REID

542

252

357559

1802

DAWSON, Booth, John - Marriage Articles 1800-1809

543

185

357805

1739-1810

MAXWELL-McCULLOUGH See also OLIVER-McCULLAGH I have this deed.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1801July8_OLIVER-McCULLAGH.html

NOTE: Between William OLIVER of the City of Armagh Soap Boiler and Chandler of the one part and Jane McCULLAGH of Lissnamuddy in the County of Armagh of the other part ... the said Wm OLIVER did demise to the said Jane McCULLAGH all that part of the town and lands of Brootely in the County of Armagh in his possession held under the representatives of the late Robert MAXWELL Esq. By deed ... 53 acres English measure paying the rent yearly of £32 ... and did demise and grant to Jane McCULLAGH & his assigns all that dwelling house, office and garden in New Street in the City of Armagh held under the representatives of the late Wm. JOHNSTON, Gent which said leases and lands are held in perpetuity ... [hard to read] the said Wm. OLIVER did demise to her the said Jane McCULLAGH during her natural life. Yet nevertheless said Wm OLIVER is to have and receive all the rents ... of said premises during her natural life and after his decease the same is to go to her ... [hard to read] Richard WALSH of the City of Armagh Book seller & Mary OLIVER of Ennislare in said County. Witness: Richard WALSH. John RICHARD, Chandler.

543

185

357805

1800-1809  (1802)

McCULLOGH Jane & ors – Marr. Articles

543

185

357805

1801 July 8

OLIVER, William – McCULLAGH See also MAXWELL-McCULLAGH

NOTE: Between William OLIVER of the City of Armagh Soap Boiler and Chandler of the one part and Jane McCULLAGH of Lissnamuddy in the County of Armagh of the other part ... the said Wm OLIVER did demise to the said Jane McCULLAGH all that part of the town and lands of Brootely in the County of Armagh in his possession held under the representatives of the late Robert MAXWELL Esq. By deed ... 53 acres English measure paying the rent yearly of £32 ... and did demise and grant to Jane McCULLAGH & his assigns all that dwelling house, office and garden in New Street in the City of Armagh held under the representatives of the late Wm. JOHNSTON, Gent which said leases and lands are held in perpetuity ... [hard to read] the said Wm. OLIVER did demise to her the said Jane McCULLAGH during her natural life. Yet nevertheless said Wm OLIVER is to have and receive all the rents ... of said premises during her natural life and after his decease the same is to go to her ... [hard to read] Richard WALSH of the City of Armagh Book seller & Mary OLIVER of Ennislare in said County. Witness: Richard WALSH. John RICHARD, Chandler.

544

48

357378

1800-1809 (1802)

McCULLOGH Dorothy orse REED to ANDERSON & anr

Dorothy Beresford REED orse McCULLAGH wife of John REED the younger of Ballymoyer, Co. Armagh & George ANDERSON of Newry… [?] Beresford McCULLAGH spinster of Dublin… lands of CAmlagh & Tullyvallen, Upper Fews, Armagh…NOTE: very hard to read.

544

130

361132

1795 May 19

OLIVER-McGACHY1802

 Between John OLIVER of Trooperfield, Parish of Blaris, Co. Down, farmer & Frans McGACHY of Lisburn, Linen Merchant of other part ... home on south side of Bridge Street.

544

135

361402

1802 Jul 6

WALLACE-BARKLIE

544

244

362855

 

Anne MASON married a Richard SMALLMAN, Cordwainer She was a daughter of James MASON Cordwainer of Portarlington

545

432

361307

1802 Jul 3

DONALDSON-DONALDSON See also Louth Archives notes – reference to a deed in 1787: Indenture of Robert Sibthorpe, Dunany, to Catherine Donaldson, Philipstown, widow, and Joseph Donaldson, Cloghoge, County Armagh, gentleman, in respect of part of the lands of Philipstown, containing 119 acres and then in the possession of Catherine and her undertenants. Sibthorpe grants to the Donaldson's the said lands for the lives of James Coulter, Annaghavacky, yeoman, Alexander son of Catherine and John, son of Joseph Donaldson, perpetual renewal. Rent is £92 from 1 May 1787. £650 of Catherine Donaldson's money was made use of in trust, for her son and daughters Alexander, Dorothy, Jane and Alice (save one undivided fifth part which is Catherine's sole property). Catherine and Joseph assign the property to Alexander, Dorothy, Jane and Alice..

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1802Jul3DONALDSON-DONALDSON.html

NAMES: John GRIFFIN; Catherine DONALDSON of Derrynaught; Alexander DONALDSON of Phillipstown; Thomas MORGAN; Peter MORGAN; Hugh McDONNELL; Owen McINTEGART; Patrick HUGHES; James COULTER of Annaghvacky; John DONALDSON & Joseph DONALDSON of Cloghogg aka Cloghoge; Robert SIBTHORPE of Duneany aka Dunany; William CHARLTON aka CHARLETON; Dorothy CHARLTON nèe DONALDSON; Alexander McCOMBE.

545

451

360036

1802 May 10

JACKSON-PRONI T808/8263

Memorial registered 10 May 1802 of Deed of Assignment of … June 1798 from Eugenia JACKSON widow & sole executrix of will dated 22 March 1781 of Robert JACKSON of Grange in Kings Co., Esq. deceased to Henry JACKSON 2nd son of Robert & Eugenia. Tythes of St. Keran Parish. Tythes of Knockarley, Newtown & Lowhollen in Roscennor Parish lands of the Glebe of Upper Ballyshane.

Tythes of Upper Ballyshane Tulla Ballynalek Ballym’Murragh Glenfilly 100 acres Kilnitty & Castletown in Kilnitty Parish all in Balycritt Barony in Kings Co. Recites that Robert by his will left 1s. to each of his children and all residues of his property to Eugenia to be divided among them as she should think fit. That by Deed of 15 July 1791 she appointed to Henry a lease of Lisclooney & Clonbanniffe which was afterwards evicted so Henry brought a Chancery suit & got a Decree in pursuance of which he gets £564 and above assignment. WITNESSES: Joseph CURTIS of Bath in England & Henry Vincent JACKSON of Dublin, City attorney. Memorial signed by Eugenia.

546

504

361006

 

JACKSON-BROWNE. Names Index 1800-1809

547

323

360935

1800-1809

COULTER, John-HUNTER

547

454

361307

1802 Jul 3

DONALDSON to DONALDSON 1739-1810

(TI Bk 73)

Deed: 545 432 361307
Lease of Catherine Donaldson, Derrynaught, County Armagh, widow to Alexander Donaldson, Philipstown, gentleman, in respect of part of Philipstown now in his possession, containing 73 acres, 3 roods and 29 perches with the proportionate part of the bog of Philipstown, bounded on the south east by lands in the occupation of Alexander Donaldson, on the south west by Thomas and Peter Morgan, Hugh McDonnell and Owen McEntegart, on the north west by Alexander Donaldson, Patrick Hughes and Owen McEnteggart and on the north east by the river of Phillipstown. Catherine grants to Alexander the said lands for the lives of James Coulter, Anavackey, yeoman, Alexander Donaldson and John, son of Joseph Donaldson, Clohogue, County Armagh, rent, from 1 November 1799. A memorial of this deed was entered in the Registry Office, book 545, page 432 on 3 July 1802. (PP00053/003)
item 29 Jan 1800 SEE:

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1802Jul3DONALDSON-DONALDSON.html

547

479

361487

1739-1810

MARTIN-HAMILTON Book 45 (1739-1810)

547

516

361680

1800-1809 (1802)

McCULLOGH Thomas & anr to McCLELAND

548

474

369321

1800-1809 (1803)

McCULLOGH William to DEEGAN

550

186

363950

1800-1809 (1802)

McCULLOGH John & wife & ors - Partition

550

252

364635

1800-1809 (1802)

McCULLOGH James to BAKER

550

327

364993

1739-1810

HICKEY-HAMILTON Book 2 (1739-1810)

550

548

366885

1800-1809

COULTER, William-BURNSIDE

551

257

363115

1802 Dec 31

JACKSON-PRONI T808/8285

Memorial registered 31 December 1802 of Deed of 14 October 1802 between Robert JACKSON late of Grange in Kings Co. now of Dublin City Esq. eldest son of Robert JACKSON of Grange Esq. deceased & Coote CARRELL of Templehouse, Co. Sligo Esq. both of 1st part Eugenia JACKSON late of said Grange in Kings Co. now of Bath in England widow of said Robert JACKSON Esq. deceased & mother of above Robert JACKSON of 3rd part James Ruddock GRAY of Ballineer in Kings County Esq. husband of Henrietta a daughter of Robert JACKSON deceased and now also deceased of 2nd part. To Joseph CURTIS of Bath in England Esq, of 4th part lands and tythes of Grange & Contourt in Ballymoney 17 acres 2 r 22p plantation. Robert JACKSON’s will dated 1781 Eugenia sole executrix. Deed 10 Nov 1785 Eugenia to her eldest son Robert JACKSON of above lands subject to £150 yearly to Eugenia & to £2000 for Henrietta RUDDOCK which last has been since paid off. MARRIAGE SETTLEMENT 17 Nov 1785 of said Robert JACKSON & Mary CARROLL spinster since his wife and now dead. Robert JACKSON was then a coronet in 4th horse in Ireland. The trustees were said Coote CARROLL & William FAIRBROTHER of Willsborough Co. Wicklow Esq. since dead; said Mary CARROLL alias JACKSON died leaving no son & only one daughter Henrietta JACKSON now about 14. Now all sell to CURTIS for £6366. WITNESSES Rev Richard GRAVES D.D. Richard BIRCH attorney & Peter JACKSON attorney, all of Dublin City. Memorial signed by Robert JACKSON.

551

450

363950

1800-1809

COULTER, William-STINTON

552

42

364591

1800-1809 (1802)

McCULLOGH Michael to CONNOLLY & anr

552

111

364891

1739-1810

(TI Bk 73)

MAXWELL to COULTER

552

242

365984

1802 Oct 19

BROWNE, Samuel - BOYDE 1809-

Samuel BROWN of Erriro [AKA Erryroe], Parish of Muckno, Co. Monaghan. Samuel BROWN for rent of 25s 6p for 10 acres 1 rood 25 perches for the natural life of Charles Marquis CORNWALLIS & Walter STEELE son to Norman STEELE of Monalty [Monaltybane & Monaltyduff, Parish of Killanny] in Co. Monaghan. Term of 28 years. WITNESS: William MARTIN & Edward McARDLE.

552

307

366363

 

JACKSON- her will. Names Index 1800-1809

552

364

367425

1802 Aug 10

COULTER, Joseph-DICKIE NOTES in 2009 diary. 1800-1809 1739-1810

(TI Bk 73)

Joseph COULTER of Dowdallshill, Co. Louth of the 1st part & Arthur IRWIN of the Poles, Co. Meath, Esq & Jane IRWIN, spinster 2nd daughter of Arthur IRWIN of the 2nd part & James DICKIE of Clonaleenan Co. Louth, Gent & George IRWIN of the Poles, Co. Meath of the 3rd part … reciting a trust dated 4 April 1785 from James HARLOW to Joseph COULTER of 50A 3R 20P of lands of Dowdallshill, Co. Louth for 999 years from 1 Nov 1781 in consideration of a marriage the to be had between him & Jane IRWIN & of sum of £300 … etc … confirmed unto James DICKIE & George IRWIN.

552 392 367479   Refers to  Deed 310 658 208530 dated 1759 also refers to Miles North SOURCE: The Norths of Ireland

552

541

368278

1809

BROWNE, David - McCLELLAND

553

140

366238

1803

 

JACKSON PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

553

373

369412

1739-1810

(TI Bk 45)

REED to SCOTT

553

420

369491

1803

OLIVER-BAYNES

554

422

369776

1739-1810

(TI Bk 45)

SMYTH & wife to McCULLOCH 

555

48

367212

1800-1809 (1803)

McCULLOGH Michael to MEGROTTY

555

55?

59_

353140

1739-1810

WRIGHT-ALLEN Book 45 (1739-1810)

555

185

369139

1800-1809 (1803)

McCULLOGH Alexr & David to READE

555

259

371628

1800 Jun 7

JACKSON-BAILLIE. Names Index 1800-1809

Btw Gilbert JACKSON of Newtownards, City of Down Shoemaker of 1 pt & Wiliam  BAILEY of same, Publican.. house in occupation of Thomas JACKSON on North side of Francis Street of Newtownards...

555

337

372501

1803 Dec 22

COULTER, George-BERESFORD 1800-1809

George COULTER of Drogheda & John Claudius BERESFORD  Wood mason of City of Dublin Esq.... lands in St. James Court, Drogheda....

555

465

373381

1800-1809 (1804)

McCULLOGH John & anr to MITCHELL

556 490 371746   Richard Taulman North of Jackson's Hall, Kirby Lonsdale, Co Westmorland, & Rev John O?Connor of Castleknock, Co Dublin, D D, £5,000 selling lands of Ardlonan Castleest 206 acres Barony Kells, Co Meath, house etc. NOTE: These are lands that were likely held earlier by Samuel JACKSON (1641-1705). SOURCE: The Norths of Ireland

557

85

368871

1803 Jun 4

BROWNE, Samuel - CAULFIELD Notes in 2009 diary 1800-1809

Samuel BROWN of Lurgan, Co. Armagh, Linen Manufacturer of 1st part. BROWN sold house & tenement at expiration of Samuel MORRISON’s lease (seems it was to move a wall 4’) WITNESS:John HANNAH of Lurgen, the younger shopkeeper; William BURKE, Lurgen, attourney at law.

557

140

369085

1739-1810

(TI Bk 45)

STEELE to REED 

557

330

364895

1739-1810

BAILLIE-NOBLE Wrong book – deeds start 368…

557

387

369074

 

JACKSON-PARKER. Names Index 1800-1809

558

176

370748

 

JACKSON-SEYMOUR. Names Index 1800-1809

558

208

370880

1803, Sept 1

OLIVER-OLIVER I have this deed

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1803Sept1-MarthaOLIVER-NathanielLESLIE.html

Martha OLIVER marriage settlement with Nathaniel LESLIE of Drumacanner, Co Armagh of the first part & Martha OLIVER, spinster the daughter of David OLIVER of Ballyrea in Co Armagh of the second par. Joseph OLIVER & Benjamin OLIVER. Whereby the said Nathaniel LESLIE for the for the consideration therein mentioned granted to the said Joseph OLIVER and Benjamin OLIVER their execs... Admons & Assigns all that and then that part of the Townland Drumconner (?) formerly in the possession of William LESLIE deceased and then in the possession of the said  Nathaniel situate lying and being in the Manor of Toaghy and Barony of Armagh. Aforesaid containing bog. Estimation 35 acres 2 Roods & 30 perches by the same more or less .... [pounds] 20 annually for said Martha OLIVER in case she survives said Nathaniel LESLIE to use of .... intended marriage... Witness Samuel LESLIE brother to the said Nathaniel LESLIE and William OLIVER of Laragh in the County of Monaghan Gent.  And this Memorial is witnessed by the said William OLIVER & Thomas APPLEBY of the City of Armagh Scrivener. Joseph OLIVER [SEAL] September 19, 1803

559

326

375220

1800-1809

DAWSON, William-LYNCH

560

274

374951

 

JOHNSTON. Names Index 1800-1809

561

35

373512

1800-1809 (1804)

BREAKEY-HORNER  

563

68

374123

1804

OLIVER, Anne-OLIVER Notes in 2009 diary

Marriage of Anne OLIVER to DISNEY – not pertinent.

563

124

374649

1803 Dec 1

OLIVER to WHITESIDE

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1803Dec1-OLIVER-WHITESIDE-Marriage.html

Deed of Marriage Settlement made this first day of decd in the year of our Lord 1803 Between John OLIVER of Tullymore in the County of Armagh  Gent of the one part Catherine OLIVER otherwise WHITESIDE wife of the said John OLIVER of the Second part of the Rev Jas WHITESIDE of Drumflugh in the County of Tyrone of the third part. Whereby after rectg that a marriage had been some time ago been solemnized between the said John and Catherine and that the Sd John had not then made any provision or served any jointure for his wife in lease she Should Survive him the Sd Indentr Witnessed that the said John OLIVER ford? In Condn of the sum of [pounds] 100 ???protion of the Sd Catherine to him in hand  ???? the receipt wherof is thereby acknowledged Did Grant ??? sell  Assign Transfer and set over unto the Sd. Jas WHITESIDE his Execs Admons and Assigns all that and those that part of the town and lands of Tullymore in the County of Armagh Aforesd Containg by Estimation of 5 acres one rood & 25 perches be the same more or less  as held by the Sd John OLIVER under a lease from Joshua McGeogh of Drumshill in the County of Armagh.  Etc etc

Deed is witnessed by John OLIVER of Tullycarrent in the County of Armagh father and Jas WHITESIDE jr of Drumflugh in the Co of Tyrone Gent. [more not transcribed]

563

211

357959

351959

 

JACKSON, Hugh

563

304

384

376871

1739-1810

LESLIE-BROWN Book 45 (1739-1810)

563

313

356587

1739-1810

 

LESLIE to BROWNE (TI Bk 45)

563

384

304

376871

1739-1810

 

LESLIE to BROWN (TI Bk 45)

564

24

373934

1800-1809 (1804)

BREAKEY-ROSS  

564

427

380074

 

Names Index 1800-1809

564

428

380075

 

Names Index 1800-1809

565

123

376881

1796 Jan 4

HAMILTON-DONALDSON

Describes many people in Tullyvallen – but no JACKSONs. Lots of Alexander & John DONALDSON & John REED references.

565

124

376882

1796 Jan 4

HAMILTON-DONALDSON

565

126

376884

1796 Jan 4

HAMILTON-DONALDSON

565

128

376883

1796 Jan 4

HAMILTON-DONALDSON

565

222

377493

1780 Jan 1

1 day in the year of 1780 between John EASTWOOD of Castletown, Co. Louth & John BROWN of Kiltybane, Co. Armagh of the other part. Kiltybane part of Cootehill, Co. Armagh being in possession of John BROWN and William BROWN both sons of John BROWN. Rent 11s. WITNESS: Alexander PITMAN of Castletown, Co. Louth, Gent & Alexander BROWN of Cloghogh, farmer & Alexander COMBE, solicitor of Dundalk. NOTE: Initially I had a wrong #: 377388

565

449

378890

1803 Dec 17

McCULLOGH James to CONLAN (1800-1809 (1804))

James McCULLAGH of King’s Court, Co. Cavan & Patrick CONLAN of Carrowreagh, Parish of Inniskeen, Co. Cavan

565

544

379266

1804 Mar 28

BAILLIE-DONALDSON 1739-1810

Between Hugh, Lord Bishop of Ossory of 1st part & Hugh BAILLIE eldest son & heir of Hugh BAILLIE late of Tullyvallen, Parish of Creggan, Co. Armagh ... re: lease 1 May 1773 between said Hugh .. leased to Hugh BAILLIE part of Mullinagapple then in his actual possession ... 19A 26 P & 1A Turf Bog ... next to Hugh BAILLIE farmer ... townland of Tullyvallen ... for lives of Robert BAILLIE, Sarah BAILLIE & Hugh BAILLIE ... further reciting that two of the lives Robert BAILLIE and Hugh BAILLIE are since dead ... substitute Hugh BAILLIE jr. & John BAILLIE...

565

544

379266

1804 Mar 24

 Bishop of Ossory-Hugh BALLIE

Hugh BAILLIE eldest son and heir at law of Hugh BAILLIE, late of Tullyvallen for lives of Hugh BAILLIE, Robert BAILLIE & Sarah BAILLIE

565

558

384625

1739-1810

1821-1825

McCLELLAN-OLIVER Book 45 (1739-1810) Wrong # Try book 568 (see below)

566

324

383246

 

CARROLL-STITT

Btw Elinor CARROLL alias CUNNINGHAM relict of Bryan CUNNINGHAM decd. James CUNNINGHAM son & Mary & Elinor CUNNINGHAM daughters, all of Tullyvallin, farmer & spinsters of 1 pt & Alexander STITT, Innkeeper of 2nd part – let to STITT  3 acres lease. Tullyvallen

566

471

384784

 

JACKSON-BALL. Names Index 1800-1809

Btw. John TUCKER  of Co. Dublin Gent & Elizabeth TUCKER otherwise ALYBYRNE his wife of 1st pt & Wm JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent  of 2nd & Henry BALL  of Camden St., Dublin .. transfer to JACKSON of property on Little Butter Lane now called Drury Lane. NOTE thanks to Dawne Lowe, have complete transcription

NAMES: John TUCKER of Dublin; Elizabeth TUCKER als ALYBYRNE; William JACKSON; Henry BALL; Mary NEWLAND; George BLAKE of Drury Lane; James DILLON, Dr.; Robert BLAKE; John BALL; Robert BALL; John AYLBURNE of Stillorgan;John GRIFFIN. http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1805Jun3JACKSON-BALL.html

566

541

385930

1800 Aug 3

MAYNE to MULLIGAN

Witness: David COULTER of Kuran, Co Fermanagh

566

541

385932

1739-1810

(TI Bk 73)

Earl of RODEN to COULTER

567

139

380456

1802 May 20

HAMILTON-JACKSON

Francis HAMILTON- Samuel JACKSON of Mount Pleasant, Co. Down.. land known as Moorepark in Parish of Dundonald and Holywood,  Co. Down.

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

NAMES: Francis HAMILTON; Samuel JACKSON of Mount Pleasant, Co. Down; Richard GRAHAM; Thomas Ladford STEWART; John HAMILTON; Charles O'DONNELL. PLACES: Moorpark. http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1802May20HAMILTON-JACKSON.html

567

358

381199

1804, Aug 31

OLIVER-HAMILTON

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1804Oct31-JosephOLIVER-JaneHAMILTON.html

Deed settlement 1804 August 31 between Joseph OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co Armagh Gent of the first part & James HAMILTON of Tullymore Co ?ster of the second part. David OLIVER of Ballyrea in the Said county Gents of the other part and Robert HAMILTON of the City of Dublin, Surgeon and James MAXWELL of C?lton of the said City, Gent. .... that a marriage was intended to be had and so solemized between the said Joseph OLIVER and Jane HAMILTON said David OLIVER had agreed to Grant and convey the lands of Laragh and Carnecarrow and the Mills and the Lands of Deryyha to said Robert and ? HAMILTON in trust to settle and Secure an annuity .... early sum of [pounds] 50 as a Jointure for said Jane HAMILTON in Case she should survive said Joseph OLIVER [hard to read] ... Robert MAXWELL & Maxwell HAMILTON .... [possibly] James Maxwell HAMILTON ... townland of Derryhat within parish of Tynan and County Armagh .... townland commonly known by the name Kilniore with the two islands .... lands of Tullymore then in the possession of the said Jane HAMILTON ....

567

358

388893

1804

OLIVER – CLARINING wrong number

567

556

396834

1800-1809 (1806)

BREAKEY-JACKSON  

568

026

378639

1800-1809 (1804)

BREAKEY-MALLORY  

568

?58

384409

1739-1810

Lord Belmore & son-CRAWFORD Book 45 (1739-1810)

568

571

384625

1804 Sept 15

McCULLAGH-OLIVER townland index NOTES in 2009 diary. 1739-1810

(TI Bk 45)  http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1804Sep15-McCLELLAN-OLIVER.html

NAMES: Jane McCLELLAN; Thomas McCLELLAN of Marlycone, Parish of Mullaghbrack, Co. Armagh; Thomas McCLELLAN jr.; James McCLELLAN; Elizabeth McCLELLAN; William GILLESPIE of Lisaveagh, Armagh; Agnes GILLESPIE nee McCLELLAN; William OLIVER & Benjamin OLIVER of Ballyrea; David OLIVER; Owen McMAHON; Samuel McCLELLAN of Lisdoo; Thomas APPLEBY; Michael MAGEE. OTHER PLACES:Cornecarrow; Lough Eglish.

569

111

381021

1805 Jan 11

JACKSON-PRONI T808/8264

Memorial registered 11 January 1805 of mortgage 10 January 1805 for £600 by Henry JACKSON of Birr in Kings Co. Esq. to Joseph CURTIS of Bath Esq. Tythes of St. Kerans Parish & of Knockarly Newtown & Lowhollon in Rosconroe Parish, Glebelands of Upper Ballyshane; Tythes of Upper Ballyshane Tulla Ballynack Ballym’Murragh Glanfilly 100 acres Kilnity & Castletwon in Kilnitty parish in Ballycrit Barony in Kings Co.. WITNESSES Benjamin KERNEY & Samuel BARRY both of Dublin City Gents. Memorial signed by Henry JACKSON.

569

297

382577

1805 Mar 12

JACKSON-PRONI T808/8264

Memorial registered 12 March 1805 of mortgage of 1 January 1805 for £352 13s by Henry JACKSON of Grange Cottage in Kings Co., Esq. to Valentine O’CONNOR junior of Dublin City Esq. merchant – same list of tythes as in #321021. WITNESSES: Withercock HOBART of Dublin City, Gent; William NEVELLE of Grange in Kings Co., famer. Memorial signed by Henry JACKSON.

569

575

383677

1804

OLIVER-OLIVER

570

362

381955

1804

OLIVER-MONTGOMERY

571

115

383929

1739-1810

(TI Bk 73)

OGLE to BRADFORD

571

1811?

382225

1739-1810

WRIGHT-CARNAGHAN

572

146

385089

1800-1809 (1805)

McCULLOCH Alexander to BOYDE

572

146

387442

1800-1809 (1805)

McCULLOCH Samuel & wife to CLARKE

572

146

387577

1800-1809 (1805)

McCULLOCH Alexander to REED

572

279

388810

388010

1800-1809 (1805)

BREAKEY to BREAKEY 

Sharon has No. 323889 10

573

243

385089

1800-1809 (1805)

McCULLOCH Alexander to REED

573

284

389126

1805 Oct 26

COULTER, Elizabeth-COULTER NOTES in 2009 diary. 1800-1809

Deed opf Marriage: Alexander RAMSEY of Golden Bridge Co, Dublin, Esq. & Elizabeth COULTER spinster sister of Samuel COULTER of Finglas Bridge in said Co. Cotton Manufacturer of 2nd part. WITNESS: James COULTER, brother to Elizabeth, Francis FLOOD of Fiscars Lane, Dublin, attorney at law.

573

377

390857

1804 April 16

OLIVER-WHITESIDE (also under OLIVER-OLIVER 390851 in 1806 index - wrong #)

John OLIVER of Tullymore, Co. Armagh Farmer of the one part & Rev James WHITESIDE of Drumflugh in Co. Tyrone & John OLIVER jr. of Tullymore Co. Armagh, farmer of the other part. John OLIVER granted to Rev. WHITESIDE & John OLIVER jr in their actual possession a lease for a year .... town and lands of Tullymore 75 A 1R 20 P English measure in Parish of Armagh called the District of Eglish and in Co. Armagh” also 10 A 20P in Tullymore & also flax mill in Tullymore with water and water courses. Witness Sam DAVIDSON Gent Attorney & William SPROULL Merchant both of Dungannon, Co. Tyrone.

574

68

384582

1800-1809 (1805)

McCULLOGH Revd James to LOWRY

574

83

335474

 

JACKSON Names Index 1794-

574

181

386310

1804

OLIVER-OLIVER Marriage settlement fo Lucy daughter of Philip OLIVER & also involving Silver OLIVER & Castle Oliver 1780 Oct 13.

574

228

336024

 

JACKSON-SIMMONS Names Index 1794-

574

388

337073

 

JACKSON-PATTERSON Names Index 1794-

575

574

335799

 

JACKSON-VANDELEUR Names Index 1794-

576

11

386223

1800-1809 (1805)

McCULLOGH Robert to DUDGEON

576

19

384828

1804

OLIVER-WEBB

576

124

336673

 

JACKSON-BANKS Names Index 1794-

576

125

336677

 

JACKSON-BANKS Names Index 1794-

576

142

386921

1800-1809 (1805)

McCULLOGH John & Wm to CUDDY

576

391

392184

1806

OLIVER-TRAIL

576

454

393510

1804 Jun 18

JACKSON-PRONI T808/8254 Groves Manuscripts

Deed of Settlement. Eugenia JACKSON late of Grange in Kings Co. Afterweards of Miskin Co Clamorgan in Great Britain now of Bath City, widow of Robert JACKSON of Grange in Kings Co. Esq. Deceased of 1st part . Joseph CURTIS late of the Parish of St, John Hackney, Co. Middlesex, now of Bath City & his wife Eugenia Maria CURTIS both of 2nd part. James Ruddock GRAY of Ballineer in Kings Co. Esq. Thomas PLUMMER of London City mt St. George CURTIS of Fitzroy St. Fetzroy Sq. Co. Middlesex Esq. & Richard Massey HANSAARD of Miskin Co. Glasmorgan but now of Bath City Esq. All of 3rd part 1st & 2nd parties transfer to 3rd party as trustees messuages &c of Tyd ABBOT Esq. & Rev Abram DOWNES in Main Street of Birr Town in Kings County with  a garden behind James JACKSONs house & 2 fields of Michael & Benjamin KEARNEY near Birr. WITNESSES: William CARDALE of Bedford Row Co. Middlesex gt William CARDALE junior of same; John PLUMMER of Philpot Lane, London mt mem signed by Joseph CURTIS.

576

570

395487

395687

1793 Jun 31

Christiana BARTLY & anr to SOMERVILLE 1800-1809

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1793Jun31-BARTLEY-BARTLEY.html

NAMES: Christina BARTLEY nèe METGE, widow; George BARTLEY late of Monaghan; John ROGERS late of Monaghan 1st husband of Christina METGE; Peter METGE; Sir Marcus SOMERVILLE.

577

275

387108

1805 Aug 26

COULTER, Joseph-DICKIE NOTES in 2009 diary. Dec. of Trust1739-1810

(TI Bk 73)

Reciting deed of 20 Jan 1803 Earl of Roden demised to Joseph COULTER James DICKIE & Joseph DICKIE … lands of Carrenbeg containing 82A 1R 26P for natural lives  of Thomas COULTER, Joseph COULTER & Samuel COULTER for term of 61 years… Joseph COULTER & Joseph DICKIE executors of last will & testament of will of Samuel COULTER … lands left to 3rd son, Samuel COULTER, a minor … £1000 advanced by executors for lease. WITNESS: Thomas LLOYD of Ravensdale, Co. Louth, Esq. John JOHNSTON of City of Dublin, Attorney.

577

538

390546

1800-1809 (1806)

McCULLOCH James to MERRICK

579

16

336467

 

JACKSON-BAKER Names Index 1794-

579

37

388334

1800-1809 (1805)

McCULLOCH Alexander to REED

579

570

90

384305

1800-1809

Jane BARTLEY & ors to TYLER & ors

579

97

388768

1805 Dec 2

JACKSON-PRONI T808/8264

Memorial registered 2 Dec 1805 of Deed of 2 Dec 1805 from Henry JACKSON of Grange Cottage in Kings Co., Esq. & Valentine O’CONNOR of Dublin City, Gent to trustees Thomas LELAND of Dublin City Gent & Edward Beacon CONNOR or CANNON of Leicester Place, Co. Middlesex Gent. Mentions Deed of 17 Sept 1805 & mortgages of £1805 & £352 of 1 January 1805. Same Tythes as #381021. WITNESSES: Robert HOLMES & Peter FLATTERY both of Dublin Gents. Memorial signed by O’CONNOR.

579

125

388788

1800-1809 (1806)

McCULLOGH David to ALLEN

580

364

398642

1739-1810

WILKIN-WHITESIDE Book 2 (1739-1810)

580

365

398643

1807 Jan 20

OLIVER-HOLMES have

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1807Jan20-OLIVER-HOLMES.html

John OLIVER to James HOLMES (hard to read) Between John OLIVER of Tullysarren County Armagh Farmer of the first part. Rebecca HOLMES & James HOLMES** both of Blackwatertown Co. Armagh of the other ... Whereas Right Honourable James Lord of Charlemount by [?] of lease bearing date of 4th day of November 1761 ... granted to William OLIVER of Mullintur Co. Armagh Gent ... town and lands of Tullysarren formerly in possession of Samuel KNIPE 96 acres 1 rood English statute measure ... to William OLIVER the lessee.Refers to earlier lease 4 Nov 1761 grant to William OLIVER of Mullintur, Co. Armagh Gent all lands of Tullysarren 96 A 1R in Charlemount, Co. Armagh for life and lives of Andrew OLIVER age 13 or thereabouts and Rebecca OLIVER age 15 years, eldest son & daughter of John OLIVER of Tullymore. William OLIVER* is long since dead but before his death .... on 19 day of October 1776 his last will and testament ... left to his nephew William OLIVER of Tullamore  & nephew Andrew OLIVER of Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh land in equal proportion of town and lands of Tullysarren and townlands of Tullysarren in possession of  & the same Andrew OLIVER, William OLIVER shortly after the death of William OLIVER came to a portion of Tullysaren in the possession of John OLIVER ... then John OLIVER for £381.1.3 paid by Rebecca HOLMES & James HOLMES granted the lands of Tullysarren. Witnesses: [?] CALDWELL innkeeper. John TROTER of Mullybeggan, Co. Armagh Farmer. John Lloyd SANDERSON of Blackwatertown, Gent. * probably the William OLIVER who d. 1779, a linen draper. ** Marriage between Rebecca OLIVER and James HOLMES in 1774.

580

399

399108

1807

OLIVER-BEASLEY

580

533

399994

1739-1810

 

581

273

391833

1806

OLIVER-PARSONS

581

361

393421

1800-1809 (1806)

BREAKEY-NIXON  

582

312

393685

1806 Jun 10

THOMPSON-JACKSON, John

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

Andrew THOMSON of Belfast, Gent & John JACKSON of Ballymeehan, Co Down Gent lease of tenement on Shore Street in Holywood, then in possession of Andrew THOMPSON....

582

396

396898

 

JACKSON-JACKSON. Names Index 1800-1809

582

483

395368

1806 Sept 23

BROWNE to McMAHON 1739-1810 (TI Bk 45)

Joseph BROWNE of Annyreagh & Hugh McMAHON of Newmarry, both in Co Monaghan... demised townland of Garran then in possession of John BERRY of Newbliss...

583

198

396071

9 Dec 1802

(Reg. 14 Jun 1806)

BREAKEY-NIXON  

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1802Dec9-BREAKEY-NIXON.html

NAMES: James BREAKEY of Cormeen, Co. Monaghan; James NIXON, Esq. Capt.; John BRADSHAW; Josiah RUTHERFORD.

583

200

396087

1800-1809

McCULLOCH Abm to ELLIS (1806)

583

237

396572

1803 Dec 5

COULTER, Charles-ROONEY NOTES in 2009 diary. 1800-1809

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1803Dec5-COULTER-ROONEY.html

1803 December 5 NAMES: Charles COULTER of Annaghvacky; Owen ROONEY of Carrickastuck; William COULTER; Charles COULTER; Ralph COULTER of Carrickastuck; Henry COULTER of Carrickastuck; James COULTER sr.; Patrick CONNOLLY of Cavananore; Edward GREGORY of Dundalk; Mary PAGE & Stephen PAGE of Dundalk.

583

237

396579

1803 Dec 7

COULTER-McARDLE COULTER, Charles-McARDLE NOTES in 2009 diary.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1803Dec7-COULTER-McARDLE-LENNON.html

1803 December 7 NAMES: Charles COULTER of Annaghvacky; Patrick McARDLE of Carrickastuck; James COULTER of Carrickastuck; William COULTER; Charles COULTER; Ralph COULTER; Henry COULTER; Bryan CALLANS of Tankharlsrock aka Tankardsrock; Patrick CONNELY of Tavenaghvore (aka Tawnamore?); Daniel CASSIDY of Dundalk.

583

245

396668

1803 Dec 7

COULTER, Charles-LENNON NOTES in 2009 diary.

Charles COULTER-Arthur Lennon – similar wording to deed 583-237-396579

583

322

397541

 

JACKSON-IRWIN. Names Index 1800-1809

583

472

398873

1807 Feb 28

LOUGH to BRADFORD Marr. Settt 1739-1810 (TI Bk 45)

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1807Feb28-LOUGH-BRADFORD.html

NAMES: Margaret LOUGH; Matthew LOUGH; Miss BRADFORD & Prudy BRADFORD of Loughnakelly aka Legnakelly, Clones, Co. Mongahan; John BRADFORD; William LOUGH; Samuel LOUGH; James MARSHAL; James TURNER of Clonkirk, Clones, Co. Monaghan; Samuel GRAYDON; Thomas ARMSTRONG.

584

191

396573

1739-1810

(TI Bk 73)

COULTER Charles to WALSH

584

191

396573

1803 Dec 5

COULTER, Charles-WALSH NOTES in 2009 diary 1800-1809

Between Charles COULTER, Gent of Annavakey, Co. Louth of 1 pt. & Nicolas WALSH of Carrickastuck, famer ... life and lives of James COULTER of Carrickastuck since deceased & William & Charles COULTER sons to lessor [Charles COULTER] & Ralph COULTER son to Henry COULTER of Carrickistuc for term of 49 years from death of said James COULTER ... yearly rent £3.5 WITNESS: Patrick CONNOLLY of Cavanamore [Cavananore?] farmer; John Dillahan [als DULLOGHAN] of Dundalk, Shoemaker & Mary PAGE wife of Stephen PAGE of Dundalk, attourney.

584

251

397068

1799 Dec 10

COULTER, Charles-LENNON NOTES in 2009 diary 1739-1810 (TI Bk 73)

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1799Dec10-COULTER-LENNON.html

1799 December 10 NAMES: Charles COULTER of Roachdale; Patrick LENNON of Carrickastuck; James COULTER sr. of Carrickastuck; William COULTER of Carrickastuck; Patrick CONOLLY of Toanaghmore aka Tawnamore; McALESTOR of Annaghvackey.

585

8

393703

1800-1809

COULTER, George-SE__ONS (1806)

586

220

396731

1800-1809 (1806)

McCULLAGH Michael to DORAN

586

228

307430

1739-1810

OLIVER-CURRY wrong #

586

495

398112

1807

JACKSON

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

587

569

400643

 

JACKSON-VILLERS. Names Index 1800-1809

589

226

401400

1800-1809 (1807)

BREAKEY-GIBSON  

589

333

402557

1810

BROWNE, John – THOMPSON of Antrim- not pertinent 2009.

589

389

403428

1800-1809 (1807)

McCULLOGH James, Nathaniel & Sarah to DICKSON

589

457

404421

1800-1809 (1807)

McCULLOGH Wm to McALEER

589

522

404536

1808 Oct 31

OLIVER-MARR ARTICLE Notes in 2009 diary1807

Thoas OLIVER the elder of Co. Wexford, Gent & Thomas OLIVER the younger of same place, youngest son of said Thomas the elder ... lands of Blempleodigano

590

122

399869

1807

DAWSON, Richard – MAXWELL 1800-1809

590

470

403249

1800-1809 (1807)

McCULLOGH William to McCULLOGH

591

17

400022

1800-1809 (1807)

McCULLOGH Samuel to GREASON

591

186

402309

1800-1809 (1807)

McCULLOGH John to WILSON

591

540

404826

 

JOHNSTON-SHEGOG. Names Index 1800-1809

592

273

402174

1800-1809 (1807)

McCULLOGH James to CHINNERY

592

542

405911

1739-1810

DEVLIN-JACKSON

594

54

401826

1798 Feb 24

SHEERER & Wife to BARTLEY 1739-1810 (TI Bk 45)

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1798Feb24-SHEARER-BARTLEY.html

NAMES: John SHEARER of Ballybay; Barbara SHEARER otherwise Barbara WILLIAMSON of Ballybay; John BARTLEY of Ballybay; RALSTONs of Ballybay; William CAMPBELL of Carrowbarragh; John RUTHERFORD of Caddagh; John GILLESPIE of Ballybay; John McMORRAN. 

594

121

402220

 

. Names Index 1800-1809

594

138

402249

1739-1810

(TI Bk 45)

SCOTT to REED

594

191

402734

1739-1810

MONTGOMERY-STANLEY Book 45 (1739-1810)

595

27

404153

1800-1809 (1807)

McCULLA Michl, John & Frans to GANNON & anr

595

69

404314

1807 Oct 3

JACKSON Benjamin Gent Merchant of Youghal, Cork business partner to said William Green Roz McC

595

79

404329

1800-1809 (1807)

McCULLOGH Michl & Matilda to BUTLER

595

178

478

784958

104958

1739-1810

CLOGHER-MOORE

596

33

403874

1807

OLIVER-LOWTHER

596

185

405673

1739-1810

MATTHEWS-MEGARRY

596

204

406005

1800-1809 (1808)

McCULLOGH John & anr to HARRISON

596

349

407500

1806

JACKSON, Andrew of Holywood

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

596

460

408759

1739-1810

(TI Bk 73)

DONALDSON to CHARLETON – Marr. Sett.

596

491

409338

1800-1809 (1808)

McCULLOGH James to KENNEDY

597

288

406861

1807 May 6

OLIVER-LEE  I have this deed.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1807May6-OLIVER-LEE.htm

NAMES: Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore, Joseph LEE, John PRINGLE, Leonard DOBBIN, Thomas APPLEBY, William BROTHER[S], Robert LIVINGSTON.
See also: OLIVERs of Ballinahonebeg
There are several leases involving the OLIVER family and John PRINGLE. This lease between Joseph OLIVER and Joseph LEE concerns lands in The Kennedies. It is likely connected to the lease on May 8, 1807 between James OLIVER & John PRINGLE.

598

84

406289

1800-1809 (1808)

McCULLOCH Robert to BEARD

598

87

406294

 

BISSETT-LLOYDS

598

156

407555

1808

DAWSON, Elizabeth-MAXWELL 1800-1809

598

317

409829

1800-1809 (1808)

McCULLOGH James to ROBINSON

599

30

411740

1808 Sep 3

OLIVER, Charles, Clerk mentioned Roz McC

599

201

409280

1739-1810

(TI Bk 73)

CHARLETON to DONALDSON

599

436

413384

1800-1809 (1808)

McCULLOGH Jams & anr to PERRY

600

???

????

1739-1810

CURRY-DOBBIN Try to find under DOBBIN 1739-1810 name search.

600

112

408029

1800-1809

OLIVER, Thomas -RICHARDSON 1808 May relate to 589/522/404536

600

166

408525

1808 Jan 30

M’GLONE-GERVAISE (1739-1810) Bradfords Land & Bog

MGLONE[?] of Navan, Co. Armagh, farmer of 1st part & rev. Francis GERVAISE of Ballynahonemore ... Thomas MGLONE ... , Co. Armagh, farmer of 1st part & Rev. Francis GERVAISE of Ballynahonemore ... Thomas MGLONE ... 334.8.6 ... land formerly called Bradford’s Land containing 33A. WITNESS J[ohn?] NOBLE of Armagh [My notes confuse even me. I have added: Is it Francis or Thomas GERVAISE? I am guessing this question refers to the lease that follows this one.

600

167

408526

1808 Mar 21

McSHERRY-GERVAISE 1739-1810

Edward McSHERRY of Newry, Co. Down dealer of 1st part & Rev Thomas GERVAISE of Ballynahonemore, Co. Armagh reciting lease 24 Mar 1788 James MAXWELL then of Armagh demised to Thomas MGLONE ... Bradford Land 33 acres.

601

569

411846

1800-1809 (1808)

McCULLOCH James to GREENE

601

589

411871

1800-1809 (1808)

McCULLOGH Moore to LYNCH

602

371

411923

1739-1810

McCULLAGH-NICHOLSON

602

371

411983

1800-1809 (1808)

McCULLOGH Robt to NICHOLSON

602

371      

469177

1811-1820  

DAWSON to BREAKEY     Monaghan Town   Ballycullen St     N/ T

I transcribed ref. as 682 37 469177

602

488

414259

1807 Nov 13

OLIVER-McCLELLAND

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1807Nov13-OLIVER-McCLELAND.html

This is a marriage agreement between Margaret OLIVER & Patrick McCLELAND, a linen draper from Co. Monaghan. She was a daughter of David OLIVER of Ballyrea. Other names mentioned: Joseph OLIVER (likely her brother), William OLIVER (likely another brother), Rev. Dr. Henry LESLIE, John LEE, Alexander McCLELAND, James LEE, Rev. John McCREERY, WILSON, Patrick McCABE, Dr. McMURRAY, Samuel McCLELAND, Margaret McCLELAND, Thomas McCLELAND, Benjamin OLIVER and Rev. William HUTCHISON.

602

576

414292

1800-1809 (1809)

MCCULLOCH Michael to CLARKE

603

405

412640

1808 Aug 13

COULTER, William, Sarah & Jane-MARTIN NOTES in 2009 diary. 1800-1809

William COULTER, Samuel COULTER Jane COULTER all of Ballygowans Parish of Drum_w, Co. Tyrone & Roger MARTIN of Omagh.

606

603

472145

 

 

607

234

415571

1809 Jan 20

SOURCE: List of deeds at Louth Archives PP54/6/4

PAGE-WOODS

607

366

417058

1809 Mar 28

OLIVER-BLACK

James OLIVER of Dewock, Co. Antrim late sergeant in Antrim military & William & John BLACK of Killeny, Co. Londonderry. farmers.

608

230

417212

 

JACKSON-JACKSON. Names Index 1800-1809

Margaret  JACKSON, Eldest daughter of Strettle JACKSON. Her marriage to Precious CLARK 4th son of Benjamin CLARK, City of Dublin

608

256

417257

1809

COULTER, John-LANG

608

275

4178424

 

JACKSON Marriage Arts. Names Index 1800-1809

William JACKSON of Tipperary & Alice CLARKE daughter of Richard CLARKE

608

326

419021

1739-1810

JACKSON-CAVANAGH

608

370

419597

1800-1809 (1809)

McCULLOCH Wm & David to McCULLOGH

609

269

331???

1739-1810

CRAWFORD-McTEAR Book 45 (1739-1810)

609

498

422694

1809, Oct 30

CURRY to DOBBIN

William CURRY of Aughnacloy & Leonard DOBBIN of Armagh re: mortgage bearing date of 30th day of April 1794 [SEE586-228-307430-which was wrong #] made between Joseph OLIVER of Ball[?] now being in the County of Armagh Linen Draper since deceased of the one part & William Curry of the other part. Joseph OLIVER was possessed of the upper half of the Kennedies containing 97 acres or thereabouts by virtue of a lease bearing the date of July 1793 made by and between the College and Corporation of Vicars Choral of the Cathedral of St. Patricks of the one par and Joseph OLIVER then of Kennedies in the County Armagh of the other part, the said Vicars Choral Organist ... [NOTE: Long & hard to read - worth ordering a copy]

611

486

619370

1809 Jul 8

OSBORNE-HUTCHESON Notes in 2009 diary 1739-1810

Between Quinton OSBOURNE of City of Cork Attorney, Johnathon HUTCHESON of Cork, Esq.

611

510

619394

1809 May 9

SCOTT-KIDD (note there are lots more SCOTT references) 1739-1810 Notes in 2009 diary

Between James SCOTT of Umgola and Benjamin KIDD of Ballynahone reciting a deed made 20 July 1804 between Jane HAMILTON [NOTE: Just before her marriage to Joseph OLIVER] of Tullamore, spinster & sd. John SCOTT and confirming a power or permission thereunto change the course? [? Of ?] of the tailrace of Ballynahone Mill with the river Callan to transferring and assigning said premises to Benjamin KIDD with liberty to carry the same in to the head race of Umgola Mill and also ratifying on the part of said Benjamin KIDD a permission Grant in 3rd [?] by said John SCOTT to said Jane HAMILTON [?] to conduct the rivulet flowing from Ballyrath bog through the lands of Tullamore & to convey same into the Callan River below the weir of Umgola Mill without damage to said weir & also ratifying the power of said Jane HAMILTON her exons and admons or assigns to right of passage through the lands of Umgola to the lands of Tullamore by a road lately laid out and generally ratifying and mutually confirming for the consideration of [?] to the parties respectively paid … WITNESS James STUART of City of Armagh & Wm. CARROLL of City of Armagh, merchant.

612

325

418646

 

ECCLES-ECCLES

612

361

419101

 

JACKSON-Marriage arts. Names Index 1800-1809

612

513

419479

 

SCOTT-MAXWELL 

613

180

418483

 

CORNWALL-BALL

614

560

426387

1809 Jun 7

BALL-BALL

Abraham BALL of City of Chester Esq.  & Mary BALL otherwise PLOTT his wife, Sir John WILLIAMS of Boddlurden, Co of Flint Bart, Alice BLOTT [PLOTT] mother of Mary PLOTT Samuel BALL Rsq son of Thomas BALL by Phillippa his wife both deceased, John BALL Esq 5th son of Thomas & Phillippa, [?] Ambrose [?]oles of Cromoe, Co Wicklow, eldest son & heair of late Isode Ambrose ECLES deceased and Grace ECLES otherwise BALL widow of the said Ambrose ECLES Esq deceased Elinor BALL and Frances WEBSTER otherwise BALL with said Grace, Elinor  & Frances are daughters of Thomas & Phillippa BALL, William WEBSTER Esq of the Royal Navy husband of the said Miss BALL, Robert CORNWALL late of the City of Dublin but now of Myshall Lodge of Co Carlow Esq surviving trustee.. mention of a judgement involving John BAILIE Assignee & William & James DONALDSON to do with debts of the late Thomas BALL… lands of Creekstown & Navantown otherwise Krevenstown Co Meath…  to Thomas ACTON ….[complicated legal judgement also involving Creggan Parish lands]

615

8

419907

1809 Aug 27

McCULLOCH James & ors – (their article) 1800-1809 (1809)

James McCULLOGH late of CAmly, Co Armagh, deceased & James McMAHON… refers back to 1760 lease

615

34

419935

1809 Jul  19

JOHNSTON & wife - their separation 1739-1810

Nicholas George JOHNSTON a of Woodpark, Co Armagh and his wife Mary Anne JOHNSTON had agreed to live separately… lands of Woodpark, Breaghy,  Drumgoose, Co Armagh … annuity to William RYAN of £400…

615

438

421766

1809 Nov 11

MALLON-MAGERY 1739-1810

BTW Dennis MALLON farmer, of Brootally, Parish of Derrynoose, Co Armagh & William MAGHERY of Trecy ins said Co., farmer Samuel CLOSE of Elm Park  CO Armagh had leased…

616

576

423913

1739-1810

DONALDSON-BROWN settlement Wrong number Townland Bk 2 1739-1810

617

313

423383

1800-1809 (1810)

McCULLOGH Robt to CAULFIELD

619

4

423133

1809 Dec 9

COULTER, John-COCKBURN

Marriage agreement between Samuel COULTER, coffin manufacturer, Meath St., Dublin City; and Ann COKBURN, spinster.  Peter COCKBURN, Mark St., Dublin, Hon cutter (?); George GRIFFIN, Registrar; WITNESSES: Richard CLARK, attourney at law, Stephens Green, Dublin; John COKBURN; Frank CLARK. Notes thanks to Mike in Vancouver.

619

7

423137

1809 Dec 2

BROWN-BROWN

Deed of conveyance between Alexander BROWN of Cloghog, Co. Armagh farmer & Cornelius BROWN of Tullycol[eve?] Co. Monaghan, farmer. Whereby Alexander BROWN declared ¼ of Kiltybane (29 A 1R 30p) demised by the late Rev. James EASTWOOD of Castletown, Co. Louth to the said Alexander and William BROWN & Alexander DONELTON [sic] 20 Aug 1794 was made in trust to the said Alexander BROWN to & for the use of the minor children of the late John BROWN of Cloghog aforesaid deceased whose last will and testament said Alexander BROWN was the only executor ...for sum of 5 shillings consideration, Alexander BROWN demised to Cornelius BROWNE  7 acres 1 rood 17 perches … natural lives of Alexander DONALDSON & William BROWN. Witness John COLER [possibly COULTER] of Aghad[ersone] ... & John BROWN of Cloghog, both of Co. Armagh, farmers. John WALLACE of A... Attorney, Dublin.

619

438

426103

 

BISSETT & Wife to GERHARTY

620

42

423713

1810 Jan 17

McCULLOGH John to ESPY (1800-1809 (1810))

John McCULLA, farmer of Furnabraigh, Co. Londonderry and David ESPY, farmer, Laurafarn, Co. Londonderry. Mrs. Arabella GIBBES, daughter of Sir William BOWLEY; Sir William BOWLEY, late deceased; Witnesses: Robert MILLER, attourney at law of Moneymore, Co. Londonderry & John CARGAN, serrantman to MILLER of Moneymore. Registrar: George GRIFFIN. Farm in Furnabrach, LONDONDERRY [80.1.32 plantation] for £50 from John McCULLA to David ESPEY in ESPEY's poss for & during life of GIBBES or term of 6 years, whichever lasts longer, from 1 Nov 1807 sub to yearly rent therein, with proviso for redemption upon payment of £50 + interest.

Notes thanks to Mike in Vancouver.

 

 

 

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