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This is the 1st 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 pg1 – Includes Books 1-26

 

Bk

Pg

Deed

Date

Transcriptions & Notes

1

2

2

1708

Maj Gen Robert ECHLIN; Hugh HENRY - Third part estate in Monaghan bequeathed to his wife w d 7 Jul 1707; £270 quarterly to P1 Nickred.

1

20

11

1708

Robert GRATTON, Clerk , Bellcamp, Dublin. Forfeited lands.

1

98

57

1708

Ephriam DAWSON; Queens Co. Mortgage for £350 on property in By Fassadyneene, Co Kilkenny, £125 for portion for Elizabeth HOWARD als TINDAL left by her father Joseph BRADSHAW deceased + £128 lent by said Elizabeth TINDALL  to said Joseph BRADSHAW + £97 from John HOWARD to Joseph BRADSHAW  AnneChamney

1

99

50

1708-1738

Archbishop-DAWSON

1

101

59

1708

BRABAZON-BROWNE Sir Anthony Percy let land to William PALLEN 25Mar1699 for lives of Sir Anthony PERCY deceased, Henry &Robert PERCY sons of Anthony renewable; William PALLEN left the lease to Thomas PALLEN, dyer of the liberties of Dublin, who has built on part of the ground; Henry PERCY by deed 22 Mar 1704 sub John WARD for Sir Anthony PERCY; Edward BRABAZON Earl of Meath by lease 26 Feb 1694 let to Bernard BROWNE  house in Cork St for lives of Bernard BROWNE, Thomas BROWNE & Arthur EMERSON renewable; life of Isaac ROBERTS sub Bernard BROWNE by deed AnneChamney

1

112

66

1708 Jun 12

John O'NEILE, Donoghmore, James McCULLOCH & Henry McCULLOCH, Co Antrim, Esqs, trustees by Act of Parliament, to Joshua DAWSON of City of Dublin. Eight Townlands of Mayola lying and being in the Parishes of Ballyscullin, Artrea and Magherafelt in the Barony of Loughinsholm in Co Londonderry, viz. Mayola, Aghrim, Mayola, Tauniaran, Leitrim, Derrygarave, Ballymaguiggin, Shanemullagh, Anaghmore als Drumrascombe & Devenish called Coney Island £6500 8 townlands in By Loughinsholin, Co Londonderry, for £6500.

1

131

78

1708  Aug 2

PEPPARD, Jacob City of Dublin Michael HEWETSON, Archdeacon of Armagh, by lease 30 Nov 1698 let to Nicholas BARNWELL, merchant of City of Dublin several plots of land at Swords, Co Dublin, previously let by Rev William HEWETSON to John FLEETWOOD yeoman of Talough, Dublin for the lives of Matthew BARNWALL, James BARNWELL (eldest son of Nicholas BARNWELL) + Robert BARNWELL (2nd son of Nicholas BARNWELL ) renewable, £2:10s path en £5 pa. Jacob PEPPARD, by deed 6 May 1706, sold the lease to Christopher PHILLIPS of City of Dublin for 50 years for £100. A now selling to Jacob PEPPARD of City of Dublin for £50. AnneChamney

1

133

79

1708  Aug 2

PEPPARD, Jacob City of Dublin Lease and release.  King Charles STUART, by Letters Patent dated 9 Feb Charles 19, granted 125a 2r 36p at Cloghmacow, By Moyergallin, Co Meath, to Richard WILLETT (deceased, late of Islington, Co. Middlesex) for ever, subject to Quit Rent. John WILLETT (son and heir of Richard WILLETT) selling to Jacob PEPPARD for £130 and granting C annuity of £3 pa for the Quit Rent. King Charles STUART 1668 Feb 9.  AnneChamney

1

191

117

1708 Sep 26

PETTCREW-JACKSON NOTE: These are included in my Quaker Jackson Tree

Lease and release from James PETTCREW, merchant of Dublin City, of lands in Drinagh & Garoon 180 acres plantation measure the lands of Clonehaen now in possession of Robert JACKSON, farmer of Mountmellick, Co. Laois, Queens Co. in the parish of Rosenalis except oak tree with rights of harvest for lives [Robert’s sons: Richard, Nathanial & Erasmus] with renewal with the fine of £35 per life. WITNESSES: John CONNELL & Edward DALTON clerks of Bruen WORTHINGTON, Public Notary, all of Dublin City & P.G.P. SKINNER [aka Pan Gran Parabow SKYNNER]. NickRed

1

379

228

1708 Dec 18

James KING of 1st part-Edward SWAN of 2nd part. Reciting an earlier deed 1703, July 10. William KING, Lord Archbishop of Dublin, by lease dated 10 Jul 1703 let house etc, in New Street, suburbs City of Dublin, to James KING, merchant of Dublin for 40 years, 40s pa. James KING borrowing £150 on the lease. WITNESSES: Robert JACKSON drawer at Three Tuns tavern in Essex St.; Francis ANDREWS, attorney at Queens Bench; John CONNELL. AnneChamney

2

4

212

1708 Dec 6

O’BRIEN-FORD

WITNESS: JACKSON George Gent Limerick City MOS

2

44

250

1708 Jan 11

ATKINSON-WINTERBOTAM

Between Winfield ATTKINSON of Crooked Staff and Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore, Dublin Merchant & Anne BEYSLEY of Delfins Barn, widow exec of Edmond BEYSLEY late of Delfinsbarne dec’d…, reciting that George BLACKHALL, City of Dublin GENT did by indenture of lease dated Jan 23, 1706  demised to Winfield ATTKINSON all those houses tanyards, backside gardens, backhouses, stables & Appurtenances held by George BLACKHALL on the south side of the Upper Comb in the Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore, Dublin,  containing breadth in the front 93 ft or thereabouts, in the r.. and in depth to Mutton Lane of 312 ft… during natural lives of Dorcus JACKSON, wife of the late Francis JACKSON & Jane her daughter, wife of the said George [BLACKHALL] & Mary JACKSON grand daughter to the said Francis JACKSON NOTE: He is likely related to those at  JACKSONs of St. Catherines.

JACKSON Darcus Mortgage Life JACKSON Francis deceased mentioned , clothier of the one part & John WINTERBOTTAM and An BEYSLEY,

JACKSON Jane daughter of said Dorcas Jackson & now wife of George BLACKHALL Mortgage JACKSON Mary granddaughter of said Francis Jackson Mortgage MOS

This may be the Francis JACKSON (b 1632) in the Coleraine line. Since he was a clothier, this may be a fit:

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/familytree/JACKSON-Coleraine-tree.html

If this is the case, then they would also likely connect to Robert JACKSON, tanner of Crooked Staff: http://www.thesilverbowl.com/history/JACKSONs-CrookedStaff.html NOTE: Jane JACKSON wife of George BLACKHALL died intestate 1718. A George BLACKHALL was Lord Mayor of Dublin in 1694-95.

2

46

251

1708 Jan 12

DODDERIDGE-JACKSON

Between Jonathon DODDRIDGE of the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore, Co. Dublin, Brewer & Mary BROOKS als DODDRIDGE wife of the said Jonathon exec of Thomas BROOKS, Tanner late of the aforesaid Liberty & whereas DODDRIDGE assigned to Robert JACKSON of Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore  the lands formerly in possession of Thomas BROOKS on the other side of the river on Crooked Staff in the Liberty of Donore with a Tanyard  and Tanfatts thereunto belonging as also a tan house and dwelling house for 81 pounds 4 shillings...  & Robert JACKSON Tanner Thomas Court, Donore, DUB Mortgage WITNESS: Francis CHARRIER of City of Dublin, Gent.  He is likely related to the JACKSONs of St. Catherine’s Church, Dublin.

2

55

259

1708-1729

BROWNE, Bernard-STEELE

2

64

268

1708  Jan 26

PIPPARD, John, Gent Dublin City re: house in Brides Alley, Dublin, where said William COOPER now lives 1708 Aug 11 MOS

2

85

290

1708-1738

OBINS to WALLACE

William Wallace Merchant  of Newry & William Obins of Portadown (not pertinent to me)

2

89

296

1708

Robert BELL; John BLACKWOOD [directed the trustees to make this arrangement]; Charles CAMPBELL [one of the surviving trustees under Act in 2nr year Queen Anne]; Alice CLANBRAZILL MOS

2

94

299

1708-1729

SHIRLEY, James-SMITH

2

136

336

1708  Feb 26

PEPPARD, Robert. Esq.Lease and release. demised plot of ground on South side of Essex St, Dublin, where said Robert BRADLEY was building a large house  1680 Feb 19 MOS

2

228

425

1708-1729

DAWSON, Ephraim-BROWN

2

252

443

1709 May 17

BINDON-FORD

WITNESS: George JACKSON Merchant Limerick City MOS

2

262

447

1709  May 19

PEPPARD, Jacob. Esq.Dublin City Conveyance. MOS

2

297

464

1709 May  30

CARROL-MARSHALL

John Marshall paid John CARROL 200 pounds for lands  of Culeogedromeene & Gortgarry containing 300 acres plantation measure, Barony of Upper Ormonde, Co. Tipperary in as large and ample a manner as the same are now enjoyed by George JACKSON & Christopher ANTEHILL

JACKSON George Co Tipperary MOS

2

344

496

1709 Jun 15

PEPPARD. James L&R MOS

2

396

529

1709 Jul 4.

PEPPARD, Jacob. City of Dublin Lease and Release. By deed dated 11 Nov 1685, Roger WEST late of Ballydongan, Co. Down, raised mortgage for £600 with Jacob PEPPARD & Robert PEPPARD sen late of City of Dublin The property passed to Robert PEPPARD sen , as it was not redeemed, who left it in his will dated 11 Jun 1698 to John BATE and appointed Robert PEPPARD, exor. P1 now raising £600 mortgage from Tichburne WEST AnneChamney

PEPPARD, Robert (sen) deceased, late of Dublin. By deed dated 11 Nov 1685, E, raised mortgage for £600 with Jacob PEPPARD & Robert PEPPARD sen late of City of Dublin The property passed to Robert PEPPARD sen, as it was not redeemed, who left it in his will dated 11 Jun 1698 to John BATE of City of Dublin  and appointed Robert PEPPARD, exor. BATE & Robert & Jacob PEPPARD  now raising £600 mortgage from D AnneChamney  

PEPPARD, Robert jun Esq. Dublin City. executor of will of his father, said Robert PEPPARD, senr MOS

PEPPARD, Robert deceased sen. Esq. he died soon after making his will on 11 Jun 1698 MOS

2

432

281078

1709 Sep 8

JACKSON-JACKSON NOTES in 2009 diary. 1739-1810  NOTE: Why did I not note more? I suspect one of the numbers is incorrect.

2

437

552

1709 Jul  15

CAVANAGH-JACKSON

Between Wentworth CAVANAGH, Gent of Athy, Co. Kildare & Daniel JACKSON of same, tanner. Indenture of release in consideration of sum of 40 pounds., all that and those the houses and holdings of William ADDIS in the Market Street of Athy containing 84 feet to the front in the same street eastward and to the river backwards 143 ft. with the 7 acres & 23 perches … for natural life of said Wentworth CAVANAGH, his son James CAVANAGH & Beshell WESTON son of son of Thomas WESTON of Athy.. rent 8 pounds 6p,

Signed Daniell JACKSON [his mark] WITNESSES: John CHAPMAN & John CONNELL.

JACKSON Daniel Tanner of Athy, KID made his mark, rather than signed MOS

2

471

574

1709 Jul 26

PEPPARD, Jacob Esq. Dublin City. one of the Trustees of Sir Thomas Hackett to pay his debts MOS

2

477

577

1709

James BAILIE of Innishargie. James MONTGOMERY; Andrew CALDWELL. town & lands of Ballymullin, Inishargie etc, DOW MOS

2

493

527

1708 Mar 10

Roger HAWKINS will. [book 71A]

Mountmellick & house. [Is this the HAWKINS-JACKSON connection?]

Roger HAWKINS of Mountmellick, Queens Co. ... bequeathed to brother John HAWKINS 70s & brother Thomas HAWKINS £5 & brother Maurice HAWKINS £10 together with my wearing apparel Linnen and woollen items ... Joan BELSHAW lease of House in Mountmellick where Walter DULANYHORE lives. Elizabeth STEVENS 5 & Mary CRAN, sister £5 & her son 40s & to my mother Joan HAWKINS 40s yearly during her life. John WHEATLEY my wife’s son £20. Wife Hannah HAWKINS ... my wordly estate ... wife as executor. WITNESS” Hopton HARRIS, Gent; Harry SUMNER Apothocary & Thomas BONESON, Gent all of Mountmellick in Queens Co.

2

521

607

13 Aug 1709

GILLMOR George junr; Gent Dublin City MOS

2

536

616

1709 Aug  20

BAGOT-GILL

Land in Church Street in suburbs of Dublin, bounded on the North side by a house in the possession of John CANE Innkeeper,  and belonging to ____ JACKSON Gent Church Street, Dublin in adjoining property MOS

2

583

645

1709 Sept 6

OLIVER Francis Gent. Exeter, England. Agreement. MOS

2

588

649

1709 Sept 6

OLIVER Francis Gent. Exeter, England. Lease & Release.. MOS

3

276

925

1709 Jan 20

John BENN- William BUTLER Esq.  & John FOORD all of Limerick City

Assignment. John BENN held Old Shambles, Irishtown, Limerick from Mayor etc, Limerick. Reciting an earlier deed 1708 June 14.

WITNESS George JACKSON. Merchant; Richard JACOB, Cutler of Limerick City; Symon McHUGH, Innkeeper; James ROBINSON, JP; Toxteth ROCHE, Alderman; Bartholomew STRITCH, Merchant; Edwart WIGHT, JP.all of Limerick City. MOS

3

285

948

 

Registry of Deeds, Abstracts of Wills mention of OATS, Thomas

3

369

1076

1709 Mar 22

John DAWSON; Joshua DAWSON. ground on west side of Dawson's Street, Dublin MOS

3

370

1077

1709 Feb 3

Henry BUCKLEY, Clerk, of Dublin City Witness Deed; John CONNELL, clerk of Dublin City, witness deed. Abel STRETTEL, merchant of Dublin City of 1st part. Isaac JACKSON, [abt 1665-1751] farmer of Ballitore, Co. Kildare of 2nd part. House & land at Ballatore, Kildare, for 20 years at £12pa. Pan Gran Parabow SKYNNER of Dublin City; James STAR, of Bellatore, Co. Kildare; Bruen WORTHINGTON, Notary Public, Registrar of Dublin City MOS

NOTE: Ballitore is where the Quakers settled. NOTE: These are included in my Quaker Jackson Tree

3

371

1078

 

See previous.

3

410

1126

1709 Aug 10

Richard BOYS of Lackey, Antrim of 2nd pt; Samuel CLARK of Lisnegarvey, delivered Memorial, Gent, Lord Francis CONWAY, Baron of Ragley; Witness; George GREGSON, deceased of Lisburn, Antrim; John GREGSON, Parish Clerk of Lisburn, Antrim, near neighbour; Roger JACKSON, Ensign of Lisburn Antrim, near neighbour; Val JONES Registrar of Lisburn, extra Master in Chancery; Valentine JONES, Gent of Lisnagarvey; Anthony LEROY of Lisburn, near neighbour; Here MONTGOMERIE of Lisburn; Brent SPENSER; John TEMPLETON, agent for Lord Conway, Shoemaker of Lisburn, near neighbour. I suspect he is related to a Michael JACKSON deceased mentioned in a 1709 Deed. MOS

3

478

1277

1710 Jun 6

DODDRIDGE-JACKSON

Assignment .Reciting an earlier deed of October 3, 1698

William BARRY, Scrivener of Dublin City Witness. John BROOKES, deceased tanner; Thomas BROOKES, deceased, tanner; Jonathon DODDRIDGE, brewer  & Mrs, Mary DODDRIDGE, ors BROOKES, administratrix of said Thomas Brookes,  of 1st part; Robert JACKSON, tanner of Thomas Court, Donore, Dublin City of 2nd part.messuage on other side of river at Crooked Staff, Donore, Dublin The assignment is on the back of a Mortgage dated 30 June 1708

Richard MARPLES also described as a Notary Public. WITNESS: Jeremiah VICARS, Tanner. He is likely related to the JACKSONs of St. Catherine’s Church, Dublin. MOS

2(1)2

551

140338

1739-1810

 

Lord BLAYNEY to BAILIE, COOK (TI Bk 45) Not in bk 2

4

48

712

1709 Oct 1

Robert BRIDGES stable formerly assigned to him, now in possession of said Isaac MANLY; Edward CLARKE of Blind Key, Dublin. Thomas COOKE, Notary Public of Dublin City mentioned; Jonathon JACKSON of Blind Key, Dublin Roth JONES of Blind Key; James KNIGHT, Gent of Dublin City, former lease granted by said Robert Molesworth & now vested in said Philip Ridgate; Isaac MANLEY in possession of stables formerly held by said Robert Bridges; Hon Robert MOLESWORTH of Breckdenstowne Privy Councillor in Ireland, Dublin of 1st part; Arthur NEWCOMEN Esq.of Chester City, Witness; Robert PEPPARD, Esq.,deceased erected house near Blind Key, Dublin, now possessed by said Philip Ridgate; Hugh RIDGATE, deceased; Philip RIDGATE Esq. of Dublin City of 2nd part as granted house in Molesworth's Court, Cork Hill, Dublin City, by said Robert Molesworth; John SMITH Esq. & John SMITH clerk, witnesses. MOS

4

68

732

1708-1729

BIRCH, George-PHILLIPS

4

140

800

1709 Dec 3

HUSSEY-JACKSON NOTE: These are included in my Quaker Jackson Tree

Between James HUSSEY of Weston & Robert JACKSON of Mountmellick, Queens Co., farmer. Demised to Robert JACKSON the lands of Garrimore, Queens Co., with the Island and bogg for life of Pigott SANDS, eldest son of Lancelot SANDS of Kilcaven, Queens. Co, and Warren MEREDITH nephew of the wife of  Lancelot SANDS. NOTE: These are included in my Quaker Jackson Tree

4

247

923

1709 Jan 31

CONNERY-FORD

WITNESS: George JACKSON Merchant, Limerick City- 99 year lease on lands of Ballybleake & Coole, By of Clonwilliam, LIM MOS

4

250

920

1709 Jan 21

NOTE: Interestingly Memorial # 920 is also at 3-250-920 dated 1709 Dec 29 Lease & Release. Henry O’BRIEN-John FOORD. More detail in notes.

WITNESS: George JACKSON, Merchant of Limerick City. MOS

4

435

1137

1708-1729

DAWSON, John-BROWN

5

65

1318

1709 Mar 1

Alderman John FOORD of Limerick City- Rev John VANDELEUR, Kilrush, Co. Clare. Witness: George JACKSON, Gent of Limerick City. MOS

5

121

1417

1710 Aug 9

PIPPARD, John Deed of Assignment. William COOPER assigning lease granted to him by Sir John St. LEGER & Dame Mary ST. LEGER, dated 11 Aug 1708, for house etc in Brides Alley for 31 years. AnneChamney

5

378

2109

 

MOORE-TISDALE Notes from Co. Louth Townland Books

5

404

2174

1711 Jun 22

PIPPARD Christopher (FitzGeorge)  merchant Drogheda Lease 36a at Cloghadder, By Balruddery, Co Dublin, 31 years, £6 pa. 1709 Nov 2 AnneChamney 

5

431

2417

1711 Oct 15

OLIVER-Eliz  JACKSON

NOTES: Indenture between Robert AYES in the City of Dublin, weaver & Elizabeth AYERS also OLIVER his wife of the one part and Elizabeth JACKSON of the City of London spinster of the other part. Description of land near St. Patrick’s church that was leased to Henry OLIVER (late of Patrick’s Close, Dublin) on 1 May 1696. In his will of 6 Dec 1707 this land was bequeathed to Robert AYERS and Elizabeth (OLIVER) AYERS his wife. It seems that they are now leasing it to Elizabeth JACKSON. SEE FTM Jacksons of Coleraine for EYRE-JACKSON link

6

31

1368

1709 Oct 4

 MITCHELBURNE-GROVES. Marriage Settlement

Hon John Col. MITCHELBURNE  to marry Elizabeth GROVES, of Londonderry, widow & relict of William GROVES. and annuity of £90 pa settled on Elizabeth GROVES by her said husband late William GROVES to be vested in him. A making over the lower half of the townland of Gobnescale, Manor of Goldsmiths, Liberties City of Londonderry, near the Ferry Key & held from John STRONG. Anne Chamney

6

57

1407

1710 Aug 27

TAYLOR-JACKSON

plot of ground "gibb and Gom" nr Dublin city, with holdings of [William HARTFORD?] to the east, as demised by Christopher JOHNSTON of Killtearnan to Erasmus TAYLOR, Glazier of Dublin City, from Erasmus TAYLOR, to James JACKSON, Gent of Dublin City for remainder of term and rents as mentioned, subject to redemption of £56 5s ster with 8% interest. Earlier deed 1704 Aug 9. WITNESSES: William HARTFORD of Dublin City; Richard HALL of Dublin City; Robert BARRETT;.

Thanks to Michael Stewart for notes.

6

87

1469

1708-1729

BROWNLOW-BROWN

6

208

1914

1708 Nov 8

JACKSON, John PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

SEE: Co. Down Tree

Indenture between Hans STEVENSON of Killileagh, Co. Down Esq. & John JACKSON [prob.1667-1725] of Ballyreagan, Co. Down for 150 pounds pd by JACKSON, part of the townland of Ballysallagh Manor now in possession of Hugh BROWN now lying in Parish of Bangor, Co. Down, famer... witness: James BARKLEY of Ballysallagh & Hugh BROWN of the same & Gawin PETTICREW of Killileagh, all in Co. Down.

Added to by Michael Stewart’s & Peter McWilliam's notes:

For £150 in hand from John JACKSON of Ballyreagan, Co. Down  , Francis STEPHENSON, Esdq. Of Killyleagh, Co. Down grants John JACKSON yearly rent charge or annuity of £10 10 shillings pd semi annually, out of Ballysallagh Manor, in Bangor parish now in possession of Hugh BROWN, for ever, with fine of £10 10s to be paid by Francis STEVENSON if annuity unpaid & void upon repayment to John JACKSON of £150 + interest upon payment dates. James BARKLEY of Ballysallagh & Hugh BROWN of the same & Gawin PETTICREW of Killileagh, all in Co. Down; James PARK

6

244

2065

1708 Jun 22

Will of Michael LEEDS, Dublin, merchant. Codicil February 23, 1708. Probate 14th of May 1711. My wife Anne LEEDS als CASTLETON. My mother. Son Nathaniel and daughter Sarah and Nancy, under age. Cousins Catherine ALDRICH, William ALDRICH, Thomas MEAGHER. Nephew William ALDRICH. My cousin Michael LEEDS in London. Aunt Langham. £10 to my cousin John JACKSON for the use of Santry church. Codicil says wife then enceinte. Real and personal estate. Witnesses: Ald. William GIBBONS, Edward BUTLER, gent, and Jane GIBBONS, spinster, all of Dublin. Witnesses to codicil: Avia CASTLETON, Catherine MEAGHER, Catherine MARTIN, all of Dublin. Memorial witnessed by Henry BUCKLEY, John CONNELL, clerk to Bruin WORTHINGTON. William ALDRICH seal. Note: This ties into the Santry JACKSONs. http://www.thesilverbowl.com/familytree/JACKSON-Santry.html

6

247

2068

1710, March 8

JACKSON-MEAGHER & ors Book Index 1708-1729

Between Rev. John JACKSON of Clanshough in the County of Dublin Clk & Anne LEEDS of Castletown, his widow, late widow & relict of Michael LEEDS of the City of Dublin Merchant deceased & daughter & heiress of Ald Phillip CASTLETON of the one part & Thomas MEAGHER Gent. & William ALDRICH Merchant & Gent  Executors of the last Will and Testament of the said Michael LEEDS of the other part. The said Deed of release Witnesseth that the said John JACKSON and the said Anne LEEDS at Castleton his wife in consideration of the sum of one thousand pounds sterl and interest to them in hand paid by the said Thomas MEAGHER and William ALDRICH ....

More detail from Michael Stewart:

Note: This ties into the Santry JACKSONs. http://www.thesilverbowl.com/familytree/JACKSON-Santry.html

Nathaniel LEEDS, eldest son of Michael LEEDS; Michael LEEDS, youngest con of Michael LEEDS; Sarah LEEDS, eldest daughter of Michael LEEDS. Avis CASTLETOWN, mother-in-law of Michael LEEDS

Thomas Amory was now in possession of Lot 60, Oxamantown Green, Dublin.

lands, house garden in Finglass town, now vested in John JACKSON, bound on West by Unnamed DILLON of Kippocks lands. Corpus Christi Fraternity, Master & Warden Brothers & assistants referenced as assignee in 1667 Sept 28 deed. WITNESSES: James GRATTEN, Doctor of Physik, Dublin City; William WHITEING, Gent, Dublin City; John GRATTEN.

6

270

2117

1711 Jun 9

WILLIAM GIBBONS, alderman, City of Dublin, in pursuance of his marriage articles with Mary GIBBONS, deceased, and to settle his lands on his only son Richard GIBBONS and to provide portions for his two unmarried daughters Jane GIBBONS + Elizabeth GIBBONS, has transferred various properties to Jacob PEPPARD, Trumpstown & Richenhead, Co Dublin house in Bridge St Dublin PEPPARD, Jacob. City of Dublin where John BUSBY now lives, 3 houses in King St, Oxmantown, a warehouse in Skipper Lane, also lands in Macklesfield Park nr Macklesfield, Cheshire, and all his other property. AnneChamney

6

332

68043

1739-1810

GILMER-GILMER Wrong number.

6

368

2285

1711 Aug 9&10

PIPARD-PRIMACK Bk 71.NOTES in 2009 diary 1708-1738

Between Christopher PIPPARD of Drogheda, Merchant & ....Narcissus, Lord Bishop of Armagh granted to Bishop ... garden by east St. Peters Church in Drogheda bounded to PIPPARDs land on the south, the Church yard on the west (more description) WITNESS: Marmaduke COGHILL, City of Dublin, Esq. John GRAHAM of Drogheda, alderman; John MOLAND, City of Dublin, Gent.

6

369

2285

1711  Aug 11

PIPPARD Christopher (FitzGeorge)  merchant Drogheda Lease & Release £30 for garden by East St Peter’s church, Drogheda. AnneChamney

6

441

29505

1708-1738

ROBINSON-OVEREND wrong #

6

496

694767

1739-1810

WALKER-HUTCHINSON wrong #

7

137

1929

1711 Mar 26

BOUTAND-JACKSON

John BOUTAND, stocking weaver of Dublin City  to James JACKSON, Gent of Dublin City of indenture of lease by Daniel ZOUCH, founder and freeman to Thomas RAILINS, carpenter of Dublin of parcel of ground on King Street in Oxmantowne in suburbs of Dublin city, for 59 years from 25 March next at 6 (?) pounds together with instrument on back 1 Feb 1707 where Thomas RAILINS assigned to Henrietta BOUTAND, widow and executrix of Stephen BOUTAND, merchant, late of Dublin, deceased. sd lease, + deed 11 June 1709 from Henrietta BOUTAND to John BOUTAND (by name of youngest son of Stephen BOUTAND)assigning all rights for rest & residue of term, to be fully completed. WITNESS: Owen ROCHE, yeoman, Dublin City. Referencing an earlier deed of 1701 March 24.

Thanks to Mike Stewart for this notes.

7

464

2897

1711 Feb 23

Book Index 1708-1729

His will. A Memorial of the last will and testament of Robert JACKSON late of Crooked Staff in the Liberty of Donore and County of Dublin Tanner deceased bearing date the Twenty-third day of February 1711, whereby the said Robert JACKSON (inter alia) did devise unto his beloved wife Joyce JACKSON the front tenement in Crooked Staff sett to several tenants being part of the holding he therein after Bequeathed to his son Robert JACKSON [eldest son] for his use “for ever of his Dwelling House, Tan Yard, Tan House, Bark House, Mill and other Buildings and Improvements made thereon Excepting the passage or Gateway backward from Chambre Street which he did will and declare to be part of the Holding bequeathed to his son William JACKSON...” sons John JACKSON & Thomas JACKSON son-in-law Jeremiah VICKERS. Witness Abraham SPENCE, Dublin City Brewer David CARTON Dublin City Clothier John BLAND servant of Joseph MARRIOT, Gent of Dublin.NOTE: Robert JACKSON m Joyce SHAW 1680. The relationships are gleaned in the JACKSON records of St. Catherines.

8

0

0

1711 Apr 20

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

8

58

1766

1708-1729

ANGLESEY, Earl –his will not important 2010

8

59

1771

1710 Jan 22

STEPHENS-BUNBURY

November 23 1710 (note Registry date of Jan 1710  is correct – old calendar) In the presence of Richard JACKSON and Thomas JACKSON of the City of Dublin Esq.  And John SHAW and Roger GAUGH of the said City Gents made between Walter STEPHENS of the City of Dublin Esq. And Thomas BUNBURY of Killerick in the County of Catherlough Esq.... demise of lands ... Mansion House at Littlecott... lands of Clogna...at Waltertown als Ballywalter... more lands... for 41 years to commence after the expiration of a lease made by Sir Richard STEPHENS late of Lincolns Inn Knight Dec’d to Benjamin BUNBURY late of Killerick in the County of Catherlough Esq. Dec’d bearing date the 8th day of June 1696... signed in presence of Thomas JACKSON & Thomas WICKSED.

 

JACKSON, Thomas City of Dublin. Lease of properties in By & Co Carlow, 41 years after the termination of the lease dated 8 Jun 1696 from Sir Richard STEPHENS late of Lincolns Inn to Benjamin BUNBURY late of Killerick, Co. Carlow, which will be 25 Mar 1716, £200 pa. Mention of Richard JACKSON. Will.  AnneChamney

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1918

1710 Mar 16

PEPPARD, Jacob. City of Dublin £202:9s to ALCOTT & BERRY for 3 houses, S side Essex St, in possession of Philip SMITH periwig maker, Samuel BARKER, tallow chandler + John McCULLY tailor, held on 99 year lease from Lord Mayor and Citizens of Dublin to commence after the expiration of a lease to Jacob NEWMAN of which 48 years are still to come, with £6 pa to William BERRY of City of Dublin AnneChamney

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213

2632

1706 Mar 10

WALKER-HUTCHINSON His will

SOURCE: Registry of Deeds, Abstracts of Wills.

Appoint my well beloved son John HUTCHINSON and my loving friend Amos STRETTLE of the City of Dublin Merchant  joint executors. House tenement in Temple Bar in the suburbs of the City of Dublin wherin I now live... son in law Elisha FRANCIS Tallow Chandler daughter Rachel FRANCIS wife of Elisha,,, lease to Elisha house built by him on the North side of Fleet St.... Mill in Dame St... House in Essex Street ......other leases from 3 HAWKINS brothers on Fleet Street and Lazy Hill in suburbs of London [? – did I mistranscribe?]... daughter Sarah STUDDART wife of John STUDDART...daughter Rebekah HUTCHINSON... sister Jane WEBB...cousins Thomas ROSE, John ROSE & Jane ROSE...other names cousin Thomas HUTCHINSON... bequest to Poor Friends called Quakers belonging to the Men’s Meeting of Dublin...

1706/1707 Mar 10 Quaker. WITNESSS Nathanial BRADFORD.

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233

2667

1711, Feb 5

James DOBBEN Gent to Thomas SHROP Merchant - house known by the sign of “Hammer and Hand” and of the old ruinous Brew House and the Malt House behind.

8

241

2687

1711, Feb 18th

James JACKSON Will. Book Index 1708-1729

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1711Feb18-JACKSON.html

James JACKSON tanner of Newtown, Co. Down; John JACKSON, brother of Ballyreagan; Katherine McKINNEY aka Catring McKINNEY; Catrine HUTCHON and Catrine BIRCHE; Rachel JACKSON; John TODE; Agnes PAGE; Sam McDOUELL; Hendrie JACKSON; James ROSSE; John JACKSON of Ballyskeagh; Thomas JACKSON of Ballyreagan; James JACKSON nephew of James JACKSON of Ballymasca; James  NEIL; Gilbert JACKSON son of John JACKSON of Ballyskeagh; Martha WITHER; James SLOAN; Thomas JACKSON of Newtown Innkeeper.

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268

2738

1711 Mar 10

WEYMOUTH-DAWSON

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

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337

2868

1712, May 11

JACKSON-ADAIR Book Index 1708-1729

INDENTURE: George JACKSON of Holywell, Co. Antrim, Gent. and Charles CRYMBLE of Ballyclare, Co Antrim & Christian ADAIR widow of Alexander ADAIR late of Dunigo 280 acres Dunagore & 370 acres Loughanmore, Parish of Dunagore, Barony & Co. Antrim (part of the estate of Arthur late Earl of Donegal) John DAVY esq. Then High Sherriff of Co Antrim Witnesses: John WILLIAMSON of Broughshane Gent & Samuel GUEST of Antrim Innkeeper & James ADAIR of Dunagore - all in Co Antrim.

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354

2904

1712 May 14

ISAAK-BALL North side of Lawrence St.

Indenture of lease between Charles ASAAC of Drogheda, Merchant of 1st part & George BALL of the same, Gent. For consid of ten shillings sterling to be paid.. demised & set to George BALL one waste piece of Ground lying and being on the North side of St. Lawrence St in Drogheda containing from East to Wes 60’ in breadth on the West part 156’ in length and on the east 139’ mearing and bounded as followeth to Ald William FORDs holding on the East St Lawrence St, on the South Samuel MORRIS his house, malt house & garden which ws late in the tenure of  Alderman Richard PITTS deceased…. Lease for 91 years.

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359

2913

1712 May 16

JACKSON- Bishop COYNE  Book Index 1708-1729

Mtg on Estate of Francis COGHLAN Esq. of Kilcolgam in Kings Co. from the Revd John JACKSON [1688-1751] & Anne [CASTLETOWN ]his wife to the Revd Charles Lord Bishop of Cloyn of certain lands in the Kings County. Town & lands of Killcolgan, Rossfarraghan, Clonfenlogh, Clonfenlock, Leighbegg also Leaghbegg and Coole & Townlands of Dirricky, Liss also Lissdermott & Camus Barony Garrycastle, Kings Co. NOTE: Santry JACKSON

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409

3025

1712 Jun 9

PIPPARD, Thomas FitzGeorge, Drogheda £150 mortgage, in addition to £200 previously lent, on 160a, Ethellstown, By Kells, Co Meath. AnneChamney

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411

3030

1712 Jun

OLIVER, Christopher. Lease & Release. £934:15s mortgage on 5 plowlands of Ballybeg, By Orrery, & the copyholds of tenants, chief rent due from also the copyholds of other lands, also the fairs and markets of Mallow and the grist mill etc in the possn of BV all in or nr Mallow COR Sworn 1Apr AnneChamney

8

416

3038

1708-1728

I am unsure why I noted this – it may be that is was actually the one above.

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101

3323

1712 Oct 24

PIPPARD Christopher merchant Drogheda. His son is Henry PIPPARD of Drogheda. Annexed to lease of 8 Jun 1703 between the said parties of 3 houses in Rack Lane als Stockwell Lane, Drogheda, [occ by GRAHAM, TISDALL & LEA] formerly occ byWilliam STOKER, for the lives of Newton GRAHAM (2nd son of John GRAHAM, Alderman of Drogheda), Edward MEADE (eldest son of James MEADE, Alderman of Drogheda)+ Thomas LEIGH (2nd son of John LEIGH, Alderman), renewable, 40s pa. Newton GRAHAM is lately dead & nominated in his place. Signed by. Earlier Deed: 1703, Jun 8. Sir Thomas MONTGOMERY; Arthur FORBES eldest son of Edward FORBES; Michaelo MOORE, merchant Drogheda. AnneChamney

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343

3798

1713

Andrew BROWNE from email Darcy5 – links to Josias BROWNE

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384

3954

1713 Jun2

PEPPARD, Jacob. City of Dublin.Piece of strand between Lazy Hill & Rings End, lease for ever at £200 pa. AnneChamney

9

407

4086

1708-1729

BRADFORD, Andrew-ARCHIBALD

10

32

2983

1712 Jun 3

OLIVER, Francis of Portarlington, LEX. Lease & Release  Roz McC

10

44

3015

1712 Jun 14

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.  AnneChamney

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96

3138

1712  Jul 18

PIPPARD Christopher merchant Drogheda Kill of Rath, Lordship of Mellifont, By Ferrard, Co Louth, now in the possession of C, assignee of D, by virtue of a lease to D from E for 31 years to expire 1 May 1735. 38 years from 1735, £36 pa. 1712 July 5 AnneChamney

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279

3688

1705 Feb 25

JACKSON-LECOGGI Book Index 1708-1729

John JENNETT of Kinnure, Co. Dublin Gent. Edmond KELLY, City of Dublin, Gent & Margrett KELLY als HEYLAND als JENNETT wife of the said Edmond [KELLY] of Richard JACKSON of the said city carpenter in consideration of Thirty-five Shillings Sterl paid to him by John LeCOCQ of Dublin Gent (tenancies in Little Butter Lane) in suburbs of Dublin.

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307

3742

1712  Mar 17

PEPPARD, Robert. City of Dublin Lease & Release. Marriage between Maurice WARREN of Larragh, Co. Catherlough + Anne GRANTHAM (widow, his [Jacob PEPPARD?] eldest daughter) Her marriage portion £1200 to be used to pay off Maurice WARREN’s debts to Thomas FILSON, debtor. Maurice WARREN making over property in Co Kildare, Queen’s Co, etc to trustees (2nd parties). Marriage has taken place. AnneChamney

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371

3849

1713 Apr 30

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

10

377

3861

1708-1729

DAWSON, John-BARKLEY

10

467

4183

1713 Aug 14

JACKSON-PALMER Book Index 1708-1729

Indenture relating to the marriage of Michael JACKSON of the City of Dublin clothier of the first part. Enoch PALMER of the said city Founder of the second part & Mary McCRACKEN of Carrickhill in County of Dublin spinster niece to the said Enoch of the third part. Whereby the said Michael in Consideration of a marriage intended to be had between him and the said Mary and of a marriage protion he is to receive with her doth Grant Bargain and Sell unto the said Enoch that new house with the Garden Backsode and appurtenances wherein the said Michael now lives situate in St. Thomas Court in a lane leading from Pimlicoe to the Tenterfields …SEE: JACKSONs of St. Catherine Parish BMDs.

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41

3944

 

TISDALE-JOHNSON Notes from Co. Louth Townland Books

11

52

3966

1713 Jun 6

BELLEW, John-JACKSON NOTES in 2009 diary. 1708-1729

Between John BELLEW of Castleballin, Co. Galway of 1st part & William JACKSON of Killmainhorn, Co. Dublin, Tanner ... lands known as Farley’s holdings in town of Killmainham.

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64

3994

1713, June 13

RICHARDSON to CAIRNS 1708-1738

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

11

266

267

4490

 

1713, Dec 7

GRAHAM TO REED

Memorial of Deed of Lease  between Arthur GRAHAM of  Ballyheriland, Co Armagh Gent. & John REED of Lisnadill, Co “Ardmagh”, farmer ‘assigns all that Quarter Townalnd of Letvicullen then in his the said John REED and his undertenants possession Situate in the Parish and County of Ardmagh together with all right, members and appertenances thereunto belongng & excepting & thereout such part & proportion thereof as now doth and formerly did belong to the Mill of Letvicullen during the lives of John REED,  Son of the said John REED William Rees and Robert REED Sons of Clement REED of Ballymaguonen in the County of Down Farmer and at the Rents and Covenants  therein specified ... the sum of thirty Five pounds Sterling to him paid by James REED of Ardmagh Merch assigned and made over to him the said James REED .... witnesses Thomas REED, James REED,  Clement REED, Robert  McCAN & John BRENNAN

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62

4429

1713  Nov 25

BALL-SHEPHEARD North Side of Lawrence St.

Lease and release between George BALL of Drogheda Esq. of the one part & William SHEPHERD of Betaghstowne in Co. Meath, Gent of the other part .. involves deed #204 as part of tripartite lease…. Now Alderman ARMITAGE’s land on east & wn MORRIS’s holding on the west. WITNESS Edward SINGLETON & John BYRNE both of Drogheda

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4492

1713, Mar  1

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

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

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4623

1713 Jan 23

BLIGH-CUSAK

WITNESS George JACKSON, Gent, City of Dublin Property not specified. Lease Lives Athanasius, Catherine & James CUSACK £62 pa AnneChamney

12

157

4689

1709 Feb 11

LANDS OF MARSHALRATH

Mem. of deed of lease and release Feb. 11, 1709

Richard SHENTON of Ballyresk, Co. Meath, to Jocelyn and Marcus BARNES of Cooks town, Co. Meath. lands in Co. Meath in consideration of a marriage between Richd. SHENTON and Anne JACKSON als. BARNES, widow of Arthur JACKSON, and of a jointure settled on her by her deceased husband out of the lands of Marshalrath in Co. Louth for use of Richard SHENTON and his heirs. Anne JACKSON released to Jocelyn & Marcus BARNES town and lands of Larga, Rathlegan, Mullaghmore, Ballyhoe, Carrigheavy, , Barony of Slane, Co. Louth containing 200 acres  3r 20p.

12

423

5683

1714 Nov 27

BINGHAM, Henry S.-his will (1708-1729)

12

448

5792

1714 Dec 24

BEAGHAN-LESLIE Book 43 (1708-1738)

Btw  Edmond BEAGHAN of  Eastbradenham, Norfolk, England and Rev Dr. Henry LESLIE of Hillsborough, Archdeacon of Down. Town and lands of Derryvolla, … Corfad….. Ballybay with markets…… Clogher, Laragh … Drummore with two mills…, in Barony of Cremorne, Co. Monaghan

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463

8869

1712 Nov 25

Lord BELLEW – TIPPING

Indenture of Lease between Richard Lord BELLEW and Thomas TIPPING of Castletown, Co. Lowth… set to TIPPING lands in Castletown Bellew in Barony of Dundalk, Co. Louth via the Castletate –[F?]anacarry Farrandregg & 240 acres in Furry Hill.. including watermill & fishery of Castletown River ...  for lives of Thomas TIPPING, Ephriam STANNUS of Carlingford, Co. Louth, & ChristopherThomas JOHNSTON of Carnally, Co. Armagh Gent.. WITNESSES: John MULLHOLLAN of Claneeran, Co. Kildare Gent & Faithful FORTESCUE of City of Dublin, Gent.

13

32

4756

1713 Feb 18

PEPPARD, Jacob. Esq. Dublin City RozMcC

13

52

4918

1709 Jan 7

BELLEW-JACKSON 1708-1729 Roz McC

Between Hon Richard Lord BELLEW Baron of Dunleek of 1 pt & Thomas JACKSON of Dryhett, Barony of Carberry, Co. Kildare, farmer of other part .. set to JACKSON 107A in Dryhett ... lives of Thomas JACKSON, John WEILY, James MILLER the younger of Tymaco all of Co. Kildare. WITNESS: Henry DOWDALL of City of Dublin, Thomas FORTESQUE & John MULHOLLAN of same, Gent. 16 Mar 1713.

13

62

5013

1713 Feb 26

Lease & Release  

John OSBURN of City of Dublin of 1st part. Richard MITCHELBURNE Ballyarthur, Co Wicklow of 2nd part  L   20 Apr 1714 £400 to John OSBURN, the money of Rev Thomas WHALEY of Sudden, Richard MITCHELBURNE acting in trust for WHALLEY, for 400a, By Arklow, Co Wicklow, held on lease for lives of John OSBURN & wife Sarah OSBURN & Richard MITCHELBURNE  from George OSBURN to John OSBURN & previously held by George OSBURN. John OSBURN also granting property in Co Wicklow held by Thomas WILLIAMS, farmer, for 31 years by a lease in reversion from George OSBURN to Richard MITCHELBURN  AnneChamney

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85

5170

1714 June 2

JACKSON-TUCKER Book Index 1708-1729 Lease of 91 years

William JACKSON bricklayer of Dublin City Deed of Mtg to Martin TUCKER Ballybough Lane in Dublin Wm JACKSON [his mark] illiterate. WITNESS: John MOLLOY & Alexander McDONNELL

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105

5341

1714 Jul 30

John BILLOP’s Will

John BILLOP of Pimlico in Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore City of Dublin Merch will dated June 12 1713, wife Katherine BILLOP... 25 pounds for her natural life... son Josiah BILLOP Witness: Michael JACKSON Weaver Dublin City . NOTE: Michael JACKSON subsequently married the widow.

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149

5454

1710 July 6

JACKSON-SHARPLES Book Index 1708-1729 NOTE: These are included in my Quaker Jackson Tree

Robert JACKSON of Mountmellick, Queens County, farmer with Thomas BEWLEY of Bigbutter Lane (near City of DUBLIN)  tallow Chandler & Lancelot SIMPSON (James St. near Dublin City) of the one part & James SHARPLES of Rousk, Parish of Ballymackwilliam, Kings Co. (farmer) leased land called “Rourk”[?] in Lannanamarran Parish of Ballmackwilliam, Kings Co.

NOTE: 1714 Sep 28 JACKSON Robert Farmer Mountmellick, OFF holds letter of Attorney from said George Bewley dated 1706 Roz McC

Term 77 years. WITNESS: Thomas COULTON, Innkeeper & Thomas HEACOCKE, Perukemaker & Thomas CURTIS blacksmith.

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5782

1714 Dec 20

als Ayres, wife of said Robert Ayres. Roz McC

13

316

5822

1714 Jan 14

Farmer.

13

318

5826

1714 Jan 15

JACKSON-LATOUCHE Book Index 1708-1729

William JACKSON of City of Dublin Baker of 1st part & David LATOUCHE of Dublin, Merchant of other part ... JACKSON set to LATOUCHE one dwelling House & the house wherein Jonathon WOODALL lately dwelled situate in Mark Alley in St. Francis Street, Dublin ... term of 23 years rent of £9.5. WITNESS Nathaniell TAYLOR & Abraham LYON both of City of Dublin.

13

333

5864

 

MOORE-MOORE Notes from Co. Louth Townland Books

13

365

5980

1714 Feb 15

ANDERSON-CALDBECK 1708-1729

Between Thomas ANDERSON of City of Dublin Inn holder & Joyce ANDERSON also BRADFORD his wife of which said Joyce is sole executrix of the will of her late husband William BRADFORD late of Lazy Hill near Dublin, Carpenter dec’d of the 1st part & William CALDBECK of City of Dublin bricklayer of the other part. WITNESS: William DICK, clerk & Samuel COTTON, notary Public both of City of Dublin.

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125

5580

1711 May 16

Book Index 1708-1729

Lease between Robert JACKSON [d 1711] of Crooked Staff, Co. Dublin, Tanner of the one part & Arthur POTTER of Chamber ST, of said Co. Weaver. Of the other part. JACKSON demised to POTTER Dwelling House in Chamber ST. Incl benefit of the pump. Witnessed Jeremiah VICARS, Robert JACKSON jr. & William CARLING all of the Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore in Co. Dublin, Tanners. NOTE: His tree is at  JACKSONs of St. Catherines.

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186

6033

1714 Feb 25

JACKSON-SCOTT 1708-1738 Book Index 1708-1729

Adam JACKSON of Pimlicoe in the Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore and Co. Of Dublin, weaver of one part & Nicholas  SCOTT, City of Dublin, victualler [ see deed 23-5-12243 for more details on land]

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344

6356

 

M’CALLAGHAN-GRART

14

376

6403

1708-1729

BROWNE, Bernard-STEELE

14

465

66603

1715 Jul 14

Deed of Assignment made by Bernard BROWNE of City of Dublin Esq. & Nathaniel TUMBALE of the same city, clothier of house & Tenement late in possession of Thos PARENCE, south side of Cork St in Liberty of. Thomas Court & Donore which had been held for lives of  sd Bernard BROWNE, Isaac ROBERTSON, of Roger ROBERTS of Thomas Court Inn holder & Philip MARTIN of Plimlicoe, merchant... The said Nathaniel TUMBALE did in consideration of 50 pounds sterling pd by William JACKSON of Thomas COURT and Donore in Co. Dublin, Gent assign the premises to Wm JACKSON. Witnessed  John BOOKER, City of Dublin, Looking Glass maker; Jeremiah VICKERS of the same City, Tanner; and William BARRY of the same, scrivener.

14

474

6629

1715 Jul 6

DAVIS et al to GOWER. JACKSON-GOWER Book Index 1708-1729

Peter DAVIS of City of Dublin, ??ingmaker; William JACKSON of the same City of Dublin Bricklayer. & Thomas GOWER of sd City Gent.for 100 pounds pd by Thomas GOWER lease dated  June 8,1683made by Elizabeth WHITE, widow exec of Henry WHITE dec’d to Patrick STANTON joiner a plot of land in Anglesey’s St.,in suburbs of City of Dublin ... lease assigned to Wm JACKSON  and afterwards by the Sherriffs of the County of the City of Dublin by virtue of a writ of Tier[?] issued out of the Court of Common Pleas. At the suite of Francis MATTHEWs Innkeeper to the said Peter DAVIS. Witnessed by Peter DALY of Dublin, Gent; Elinor JACKSON wife of the said William JACKSON and Thomas MEREFIELD of Dublin, notary.

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43

44

6704

1715 Aug 31

 JACKSON-FARRELL site research
Memorial of a Lease for lives renewable for ever dated 31 August 1715, Thos Bligh, Brittas, County Meath Esq Ist part, Henry JACKSON, Lisnabow, County Meath, the other part.
Recites a grant from Thos BLIGH to Henry JACKSON of sixteen poles Poles of Ballynaticknuff now in the possession of the said Henry JACKSON containing by common estimation 152 acres or thereabouts, situated in the Barony of Kells, County Meath with all Rights, etc.
Term; to hold these lands during the term of the natural lives of the said Henry  JACKSON, the Lessee, Hugh  JACKSON aged about four years, eldest son of the said Henry  JACKSON and of James  JACKSON aged about one, son of said Henry  JACKSON. Fine £15 sterling payable on death of each life....
No  JACKSON witnesses.
Note: the fact that the next memorial also has JACKSON names is intriguing. SEE: Jacksons of Lisnaboe

See also: http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1864Mar26-JACKSON-Lisnaboe.html

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1715 July 1

1715 Sept 2

Book Index 1708-1729

JACKSON-VICARS

Memorial of an Indenture of Lease dated 5 July 1715, between Joyce  JACKSON widow and relict of Robert JACKSON late of the City of Dublin Tanner deceased, and  John  JACKSON and Thomas  JACKSON sons of the said Robert JACKSON of the one part They had rented to Jeremiah VICKERS “all that house or tenement  situate on the south side of Chambers Street  in the Liberty of the Court of Donore and County of Dublin next adjoning to Jeremiah VICKERS on the east and to the west to Mr. PORTERs dwelling house together with the backside house of Ease  and all other the apputenances ...” for the yearly rent of £8.10s . Witnesses: Robert JACKSON a Dublin tanner. William  JACKSON of Dublin, gentleman. And Robert WALLIS and William BARRY scrivener. ... delivered 1 Sept 1715 at 9:15 AM NOTE: His tree is at  JACKSONs of St. Catherines.

15

44

6706

1715 Sept 1

 JACKSON-FARRELL site research  Lease for lives dated 1 September 1715, Thomas Bligh, Brittas, County Meath Esq. to Nathan Nesbitt. . .lives of Nesbitt family.. One of the witnesses was Henry JACKSON, Lisnabow, County Meath, Gent.

Additonal notes May 2007:  Four Poles of Kinachan aforesaid now in the possession of the said Nathan containing  by estimation two hundred and seventy three acres... with the Mills theron and all Milldams, watercourses and rights... yearly rent of  £65 .  delivered 1 Sept  1715   near 10:00 AM SEE: Jacksons of Lisnaboe

See also: http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1864Mar26-JACKSON-Lisnaboe.html

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See 15 172 14344

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14344

1715, Jan 19

DONNALDSON-LAMONT

Donnaldson an Inn keeper of the City of Dublin & Daniel Lamont of Dublin - deed for land fronting Strand Street & Liffey. On the previous page (15/170/7109) is another ref to Randall Donaldson Innkeeper of Dublin, this time with land  from Abbey Street north to Strand Street south

15

280

7495

1708-1729

BINGHAM, Henry S.-BROWNE

15

348

7715

 

DENNISTOWN-KNOX Book 55

15

367

7783

1715 Nov 18

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

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

15

373

7810

 

JOHNSON elder-CALDWELL Notes from Co. Louth Townland Books

A major transfer of a great swat of lands – too many to note.. MOORE.

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411

7967

1716 Jun 2

JACKSON-CLAYTON 1708-1738 Book Index 1708-1729

Between Joyce JACKSON of City of Dublin, widow of 1st part & the Rev Stafford LIGHTBURN of the 2nd part & Rev John CLAYTON, Dean of Kildare & Prebend of St. Michans of the other part. Complicated lease involving lands of Hodgestown, Barony of Moyfenragh, Co. Meath. NOTE: Her tree is at JACKSONs of St. Catherines.

15

492

8436

 

MOORE-BROUGHTON Notes from Co. Louth Townland Books

16

109

7040

 

Christopher IRWIN of Castle Irwin, Co. Fermanagh & [G?] IRWIN alias CARLETON of Rosselive – lots of townlands mentioned.

16

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7308

 

BAYLEY – MURRY Image 966 Gernasfarm Image 967 NOTE: I don’t know what I meant by that.

16

237

7374

1715 Feb 20

JACKSON-WILLS 1708-1738 Book Index 1708-1729

William JACKSON, City of Dublin, baker & Anthony WILLS, of the Comb, Co. Dublin Clothier.... transfer of house wherein Jonathon WOODALL lately lived containing 59 foot more or less to Jacob WESTs tenement together with yards backsides  in Marks Alley in suburbs of City of Dublin. Lease and release 1710 Nov 8. Wm JACKSON [his mark] SEAL.

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349

7686

1715 Mar 2

JACKSON- JEMMETT. Book Index 1708-1738

Between Judith Jenpin de la CROIX of the City of Cork, Widow & Ambrose JACKSON of the same Merchant Judith JACKSON als De la CROIX his wife & Elizabeth & Mary De la CROIX of the same City spinster of the one part & Warham JENNETT of the same City Esq of the other part Reciting a deed from 1704 Isaac De La CROIX dec’d, merchant of Cork demised a large stone house, cellar & garden in the North East Marsh of Cork, Parish of St. Mary Shandon .Isaac made many improvements and demised to his wife, Jenpin De la CROIX & his three daughters incl Judith Jehpin De la CROIX, wife of Ambrose JACKSON. SEE: Ambrose JACKSON in page about Strettel JACKSON.

16

353

7703

1716 May 11

BALL-VAUGHAN  1708-1738

Abraham BALL of Darver, Co Louth & Florina his wife of 1st part & John VAUGHAN of City of Dublin, Gent & Simon GOODWIN of Talbowtown, Co. Wicklow Esq of 2nd part, John GARSTIN of Steddin in Co  Meath Esq. & James LEIGH of Waltertown, Co. Louth Esq of 3rd part. Transfer of lands: Drumlougherry, Teer, Corliss, Annaghmarr, Sytrim, Cullyhanna, Raceeland, Cross, Munoge & Urcher., Drumnacavale, Emurycame, Legmoylinall, Barony of Fews, Co. Armagh and more lands in Barony of Orier, Co Armagh & Barony of Ruteath, Co. Meath .. for the use of Thomas BALL, eldest son of Abraham & Florinda ... John BALL, 2nd son ... Norman BALL 3rd son... Abraham BALL 4th son.

16

403

7822

1716 Jul 19&20

JACKSON-BILLOP NOTES in 2009 diary Book Index 1708-1738

Marriage between Michael JACKSON of City of Dublin, Clothier of 1st part & Katherine BILLOP of same city the widow & relict of John BILLOP her late deceased husband & sole executrix of Josiah BILLOP her deceased son. Michael JACKSON to Katherine BILLOP land on the west side of Pimlicoe bounding on the east to the Watercourse running by Pimlicoe on the west to the [?]ale holding of the widow EASTWOOD & partly to the Tenter Fields lately belonging to Joseph THOMAS of Millstreet, Miller on the North (more description). WITNESS: Patricia WARREN & Bartholemew RIVERS, City of Dublin Merchants & William SUMNER Clerk to Thomas COOKE, Dublin Notary Public.

17

136

8407

1714 Aug 14

William DOMVILLE, Esq., of Dublin City to Thomas JACKSON, Esq., of Dublin City of parcel of ground on north side of Peter Street, suburbs Dublin bound by ground of Mr. HUTCHINSON, of Mr LEE at £6 Ster p.a. This deed was on back of assignment 14 July 1706 in which Thomas JACKSON, grantor (same person as B?) for £35 from Daniel READING,  granted Daniel READING sd parcel as granted Thomas JACKSON by William DOMVILLE Thanks to Mike of Vancouver.

17

165

8463

1709 Jan 26

WITNESS: Rev. William JACKSON, then curate of St. Michaels. RE: House in Trapper Lane formerly held by Alderman Charles FOSTER relating to a trust for the Parish of St. Michael the Archangel, Dublin. NickRed

17

169

8473

1716  Jan 11

PEPPARD, Jacob RozMcC Need to totally transcribe

17

321

8987

1716 Mar 13 

CONLY Ignatius – CONLY

Between Robert CONLY Merchant of Drogheda  of the one part & Ignatius CONLY  of the same Merchant and brother of Robert CONLY, sons of Luke CONLY deceased merchant late of Drogheda… after death of Luke CONLY house leases went to Richard CONLY eldest son of Luke CONLY who died without issue & intestate. No other family names mentioned…

17

406

9252

1717 May 21

BOYLE, Wm-BROWN & Wife 1708-1729

William BOYLE Merch of City of Cork & John BROWN of same City Mariner

18

48

8302

1716 Sep 27 & 28

JACKSON-MITCHELL NOTES in 2009 diary Book Index 1708-1738

James JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent of 1st part & James MITCHELL of same Joiner ... corner plot of land on north side of St. Stephens Green.

18

60

8344

1708-1729

BIRCH, George-KELLY

BIRCH, John-KELLY

18

98

8547

1726 Jan 31

Charles CAMPBELL, City of Dublin, Merchant – John MOORE, Dublin Merchant- James JOHNSTON  of Magherymenagh in Co Fermanagh

18

126

8650

1708-1729

BROWNE, Peter-BINGHAM

18

174

8786

1712 Jun 8

WEYMOUTH-DAWSON Book 43 (1708-1738)

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

18

186

8809

1716 Mar 11

Richard RUCKMAN to Joseph JACKSON, weaver of Cork St. also Dolphinsbarn Lane Dublin, of corner house on Cork street next to Magpye House, Ropers Rest house, Lime Kill House and pipe makers wall from 29 Sep last past during lives of Henry PERCY, Esq. , Robert PERCY, brother to Henry & John WARD, Brewer & survivors at   ster p.a. renewable on payment of 20s fine. Thanks to Mike of Vancouver.

18

193

8822

1713 Mar 15

JACKSON-TAGG [or SAGG] NOTES in 2009 diary Book Index 1708-1738

Between Joseph JACKSON of Cork St. & Daulphins Barn Lane, Co. Dublin, weaver of 1st part & John TAGG of Meath St. In Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore in said Co. Weaver ... for £10 in mtg Joseph JACKSON, weaver of Cork St. also Dolphinsbarn Lane Dublin, to John TAGG, weaver of Cork St. also Dolphinsbarn Lane Dublin, of corner house in Cork st als Dolphins Barn Lane over against "Magpye house" leading to Ropers Rest House on west side of sd lane, together with backside and little house in backside "Limekilnhouse", even with Limekill house on east, adjoining Pipemakers wall on west, for 500 yrs at 1 peppercorn, subject to repayment of £10 + int. [Marginal note: Mtg satis 15 March 1717 No 220]  WITNESS: Benjamin JOHNSTON Clerk to Edward DALTON, notary.Thanks to Mike of Vancouver.

18

266

9017

1717 May 7

BARON-MURPHY Notes from Co. Louth Townland Books

John BARON of Atherdee, Co Louth, Gent & Patrick MORPHY of Bellcotton Co Louth, Gent. Reciting Timothy ARMITAGE & Pricilla his wife demised to Willam BARON of Analog in Dec 20, 1697 lands of Blackstown Parish of Kildemock, Barony of Atherdee, Co Louth… Brabazone MOORE to whom the propery was to descend after death of Pricilla… NOTE: no mention of Annaghivacky

18

337

9208

1717 May 14

Richard KNIGHT, Polterer of Dublin City, to Thomas JACKSON Esq., Dublin City, of lot & house on east side Phrapper lane in Oxmantowne in Dublin suburbs, 20' in breadth 90' in depth, bnd on north by holdings of Thomas BROWN, Esq. of Dublin City, on s.w. by holdings of Terrence REILY, Brewer, subj to redemption on repayment of £50+ int 15 Nov next. WITNESSES: Richard VINCENT, Gent of Dublin City; James CORRYN, Innkeeper of Dublin City; James SULLIVAN. Thanks to Mike of Vancouver.

18

362

9253

1708-1729

BOYLE, Wm-BROWN& Wife

William BOYLE Merch of City of Cork & John BROWN of same City Mariner & Hester his wife

19

44

9635

1717 Aug 27

William MOORE, Co. Antrim – Thomas  JACKSON of Steeple, Co. Antrim. Gent…. Sale of 2/3rds part of  tythes of corn and hay from Ballinadrenlaugh aka Cross Begg now now in possession of Thomas JACKSON. SEE: Jacksons of Steeple.

19

91

9741

1717 Sep 11

PEPPARD, Robert. City of Dublin. Robert CHEATHAM, alderman, City of Dublin conveying to John BATE, John ROYLE, alderman, City of Dublin and Robert PEPPARD, City of Dublin property on N side Abbey St, suburbs said City [Occ by JERVIS + ECCLES] AnneChamney

19

313

10250

1717 Mar 29

The will of Catherine BILLOP, city of Dublin, widow. Executors Richard HANNA, Dublin, butcher, Michael JACKSON, Patrick WARRREN, Patrick WARREN, Tenant in High St., Dublin. Rev. Joseph BOYCE’s son. William and James sons of Michael JACKSON, Clothier. A legacy to her old servant Rebecca LAMBERT without the intermingling of her husband. Witnesses: Roger PARKER, gent, Samuel COOPER, Shoemaker, and John SMITH, public notary, all of Dublin. Memorial witnessed by: John SMITH, Luke WALL. Patrick WARREN seal. Michael JACKSON seal. NOTE: After the death of husband John BILLOP, Catherine  married Michael JACKSON.

19

392

10419

1708-1738

WRIGHT-WRIGHT Book 43 (1708-1738)

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

NAMES: Joseph WRIGHT of Gola; William WRIGHT of Tullygraham; Henry OWEN of Killmore; Mary OWEN; Edward OWEN; Alexander HAMILTON of Dublin; William SCOTT of Rabanan. PLACES: Gola aka Gowlea also Gowlee Gowlagh Dordowles; Corduffles aka Cordevlish; Shenadown aka Shenaden; Corleck aka Knockenelter also Corbofin; Listumacy aka Aghaclea. http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1717Jan21WRIGHT.html

19

477

12608

1716 Dec 12

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 aprt. James JACKSON let to James BANKHEAD 11/6 part of freehold alled Clanlary, Parish of Camassmacasque, Co. Londonderry. WITNESS: Benjamin JOHNSON, Clerk & Edward DALTON, Notary.

19

478

10613

1716 Feb 23

JACKSON-NEWETT Bk 71 Notes in 2009 diary 1708-1738

Between Ignatius PIPPARD Town & Co. Drogheda, Gent of 1st part & Phillip NEWETT of same baker of the other part ... garden next to James BIRDS on west & east & Bachelors Lane on South & Robert RIGMARD’s land north [NOTE: No mention of JACKSON].

1717 Feb 25 PIPPARD, Ignatius Drogheda Garden in Drogheda [occ by C +D] 41 years, £1:15s pa. 1716 Feb 23 AnneChamney

20

117

10005

1715 Oct 25

OLIVER, Robert of Claroosey, LIM.  release of will of John MAUNSELL d 4 Nov 1685; P1 sold to P2 for £350 for legacies; Cahircoareaps, Corbally, 38 a of Rochestown all LIM: MS Thomas MAUNSELL & Thomasine STEPHENS nickred

20

200

10332

1708-1729

BALL,Richard-DOBSON

20

205

10351

1717 Jan 15

PEPPARD, Jacob. City of Dublin. Jacob PEPPARD + Jane BICKERTON to marry. He holds 1071a, By Fowre, Co Meath, in fee simple. She holds Milestown, By Atherdee, Co Lowth in fee simple. Properties to trustees, for the use of Jacob PEPPARD for life, then for use of Jane BICKERTON for life, then to trustees for 99 years, entailed through male line. If no male issue, Milestown to any daughters as per Jacob PEPPARD’s will, in default to eldest daughter, if no daughters for Jane to leave as she pleases, subject to £500 as specified in said trust. AnneChamney

20

233

10447

1717 Feb 1

PEPPARD, Jacob. City of Dublin. By lease & release dated 10 & 11 May 1708, John WILLETT (son and heir of Richard WILLETT), sold to said Jacob PEPPARD for £130 Cloghmacoe, By Moyergallen, Co Meath, also granting Jacob PEPPARD an annuity of £3 pa charged on the rest of his estate to cover the Quit Rent & Crown Rent. Walter REILY of Castletown, Kilpatrick, Co. Meath alleges that said Richard WILLET, deceased of Islington, Middlesex, by deed dated 27 Feb 1691, demised all his property in Ireland to said John WILLETT for 99 years. Walter REILY also claims that said Jacob PEPPARD by another deed dated 4 Mar 1691 in consideration of a marriage to be had & which since took place between said Jacob PEPPARD & F made the property over to William HUNT + Mary REILY (ow WILLETT, wife of Walter REILY, daughter of John WILLETT) as trustees. Said John WILLETT + Thomas HOLFORD, citizen & baker of London are both dead but left 3 daughters, Hannah WILLETT, Martha REILY (wife of William WELDON) + ?, to whom the interest of the property now belongs. Said Walter REILY is entitled to 1/3 of the said term, & he has also purchased the interest of L, Walter REILY now selling his 2/3 of the remainder of said 99 year lease to Jacob PEPPARD for £80. A free of the commitment to pay the £3 annuity & Jacob PEPPARD to pay 2/3 of the Quit Rent. AnneChamney

20

241

10473

1708-1729

Martha McCULLOCH & ors to CAMPBELL

20

268

55810

1708-1738

BROWN to OVEREND

20

361

10919

1708-29

JOHNSTON, William-HENRY    

21

30

39

10695

1717 Mar 8

BROWN, Thomas-his will

Not needed for now

21

42

10720

1717 Mar 15

Joseph  JACKSON to McCULLAGH Book Index 1708-1729

Lease between Richard RUCKMAN of Cork Street at Dolphins Barn Lane – Co. Dublin and Joseph JACKSON (same address) weaver. House signed over to  JACKSON. William McCULLAGH of Dublin, Merchant of “Magpie House”? “All that the Corner House in Cork Street over against the house called the Magpie House leading from the Street to Ropers Rest Home on the North Side the said lane with the Backside behind the said house and the little house in the Backside called the Limekilnhouse …”

21

112

10928

 

MOORE-TISDALE Notes from Co. Louth Townland Books

MOORE-ARMSTRONG

21

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11852

1718 Sep 10

PEPPARD, Jacob. City of Dublin. House etc, Ormonds Key, Dublin, 23 years, £32 pa. AnneChamney

21

379

11873

1718 Jul 23

, the lower half of Tullybrackontragh Drommahirray Tullylise Cooiehill Killribride Corrofiaghan Dugire Portnelligan Lissanill  Mullin Tulliglisoglody  and Creenerkin Ballynemeatagh: Outragh Ballynemeataghertragh Lislony … Barony of Taurany. Co Armagh

NOTE: I do not know why this is a partial transcription.

21

466

12148

1718 Nov 12

Ld KILDARE-JACKSON

John JACKSON of Athy, Co. Kildare, Gent … lands of Currageen cont 630 acres, Barony of Kilkea and Moon, Co. Kildare.. lives of said John JACKSON & Sarah his wife &  George DEACON of Athy, Gent… rent of 283 pounds 10 shillings to be paid at Strongbows tomb in Christ Church Dublin….

21

478

12189

1708-1729

David McCULLAGH & Wife to FOWLER

21

506

12291

1718 Nov 26

ATKINSON-POOLE

£468:15s for property at the Crooked Staff, with the house built by Henry LITTON, builder, plus other properties on S side of Upr Comb, Liberties Thomas Court & Donore, Co Dublin, with 2 leases to Winfield ATKINSON, Clothier of City of Dublin, one by Samuel CARD, for the lives of John SHAW, Henry SHAW + Ralph CARD renewable, the other from George BLACKALL, for the lives of Mary JACKSON, George BLACKALL + Winfield ATKINSON, renewable.  WITNESSES: Simon ANYON; James HAMILTON, & Edward CHALLONER, all of City of Dublin. NOTE: Likely relations are at  JACKSONs of St. Catherines.. AnneChamney

21

540

12421

1718 Dec 18

JACKSON-REILLY Book Index 1708-1729

Deed: Thomas  JACKSON with Henry ARKWRIGHT

Henry Arkwright of  City of Dublin Esq & Thomas JACKSON same Esq of the second part and John REYLEY of the same Gent of the third part. Proper Lane in Oxmantown ...witnesses Whitfield Doyne, Richard JACKSON,  of the City of Dublin  & by Michael Doyle and Thomas Cook of Dublin.

22

31

11277

1708-1729

David McCULLAGH & ors to ROSS

22

87

11472

11672

1717 Dec 3

JACKSON-HEALY Notes in 2009 diary1708-1738 Book Index

Ambrose JACKSON City of Corke, merchant & Elizabeth HEALY of same City widow of other part ... reciting Robert ROGERS by indenture 21 Mar 1704 demised to Isaac de la CROIX Merchant deceased stone house at North east marsh of City of Cork for term of 100 years rent £30 “during the war between England of the one side and France & Spain of the other side” .... de la CROIX made improvements & left all to his wife Judith Jense de la CROIX & his 3 daughters. Judith the said wife of Ambrose JACKSON, Elizabeth & Mary de la CROIX [more detail] SEE: JACKSONs of Cork info.

22

219

11839

1718  Sep 9

JACKSON-RUTLAND Bk 71 Notes in 2009 diary 1708-1738

PIPPARD-RUTLAND (NOTE: I don’t where the earlier note to JACKSON crept in, but I don’t see them here.)

John PIPPARD of Drogheda Gent & Thomas RUTLAND of City of Dublin, Esq. With consent of Christopher PIPPARD ... townlands of Carrickroevaddy, Co. Down; Painestown, Co. Meath; Calliaghstown, Knockirk, Antelstown, Co. Meath, Cruicetown, Co. Louth ... brickhouse & malthouse, Drogheda.

PIPPARD Christopher merchant Drogheda. John PIPPARD, with the consent of Christopher PIPPARD raising £225 mortgage secured on various properties in Co Meath & Drogheda, part subject to rents payable to Mary PIPPARD, Elinor PIPPARD + John WELDON (lessors) Names mentioned in Will: Edward CROKER, apothecary, City of Dublin , Sisson PUTLND; Nathaniel GREVILLE; Ben HALL. 1717 Mar 6 AnneChamney

22

375

12304

 

DAWSON-SANDS

22

443

12533

1708-1729

SHIRLEY, James-SMITH

22

487

12650

1718 Oct 27

ORSON-PIPARD Bk 71 Notes in 2009 diary 1708-1738

Between Elizabeth ORSON of Drogheda, spinster & Peter PIPPARD of same, Merchant ... land in City of Drogheda, now in possession of Christopher PIPPARD FITZGEORGE of Drogheda, Merchant. WITNESS: John DRUMGOOLE & Pat DEVLIN. No mention of JACKSON

22

498

12683

1708-1729

BELL, Janett-WALKER

22

512

12712

1718 Oct 15

ORSON-PIPARD Bk 71 No JACKSON. 1708-1738

Elizabeth ORSON of Town & Co of Drogheda, spinster of the one part & Christopher PIPPARD FITZGEORGE ...

23

5

12243

12213

1718 Oct 10

JACKSON-BONYNG Book Index 1708-1729

1718 Nov 19 Adam JACKSON of Pimlicoe in the Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore and Co. Of Dublin, weaver. & John BONYNGE of ?abaragh of said Co. Esq. Rect. Joseph BILLOP, late of the City of Dublin merchant dec’d  by his lease 1713 Sept 23  demised all that piece of ground lying in alley on the west side of Pimlico aforesaid leading to the tenter fields of Joseph Thomas bounded on the east with backsides  of two houses belonging to the said John Thomas, on the south to the holding of John Buckley on the west to the holding of Michael Jackson... NOTE: earlier Michael JACKSON marriage to BILLOP

23

13

12258

1718 Nov 25

JACKSON-BELL[E] Bk 71 Book Index 1708-1729 NOTE: These are included in my Quaker Jackson Tree

Between Robert JACKSON of Mountmellick in Queens Co. Farmer and his wife Hanna of the first part Nathanial JACKSON eldest son & heir apparent. Refers to lease for Mountmellick to Robert JACKSON 1 Nov 1699 will Mill lands etc ... natural lives of Nathanial JACKSON, Erasmus JACKSON & Richard JACKSON two other of the sons of Robert JACKSON ... and the said Richard JACKSON is since deceased the life of another son Isaac JACKSON is added (elsewhere Richard is called a son).

23

48

12561

1718 Dec 30

LESLIE-CONOLLY Book 43 (1708-1738)

Rev Dr. Henry LESLIE, Archdeacon of Down & Rev Peter LESLIE, Rector of Agheogall, Co. ???, eldest son ... marriage intended between Peter LESLIE & Jane DOPPING, dau of  Rev. Anthony DOPPIN ... lands of Derryvalla, Derrynewbibe, Corkeer, Corfad, Muduteckle, Drummare, Corbreck, Lissanees, Knappagh, Drumraty, Cornimickglass, Ballybee,  with fairs and markets Derrygraham, Clogher, Laragh, ... more townlands all in Barony of Cremorne,

23

125

12878

1718 Mar 18

JACKSON-USHER Book Index 1708-1729

Richard JACKSON of the City of Dublin Gent of the oe part & Peter USHER of same City Founder of the other part. ...demised a house in Kings Street Dublin to USHER.

23

215

13159

1718 Feb 24

Lease of 184a, By Portnahinch, Queen’s Co, formerly in the possession of Francis BROWN, lives of William MASON of Rathereden, Co. Dublin, Martha WALLER ow QUINN (wife of Robert WALLER of Cloonany, Queens Co.) + Edward ITCHINGHAM son of Richard ITCHINGHAM, deceased late of Ballymelick, Co. Wexford renewable, £55:4s pa. WITNESSES: Francis GROSEVENOR, brewer of Black Pitts, Co. Dublin; James JACKSON NP.; Edmond DEMPSY of The Poddle, Co. Dublin

23

404

13848

1719 Apr 8

ANTRIM earl-DONALDSON 1708-1729

Between Hon Randall, Earl of Antrim of the one part & John DONALDSON of Drumnasolle, Co. Antrim, Gent of the other part ... for 650 pounds demised to John DONALDSON ¼ of Dundermott, ¼ of Drumnakelly, ¼ of Util, ¼ of Drumnatigill, 5/4 of ??, for 35 years.

23

405

13849

1719 Apr 8

Between Hon Randall Earl of Antrim & John DONALDSON of Drumesole in Co. Antrim Gnt, lease Quat land of Ballycreage, Barony Dunluce, Co. Antrim

23

480

14128

Bk 55

JONES-REYNALL

23

547

14387

1719 Nov 6

ISAAC TO REED

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

24

3

12651

1708-1738

ORSON-PIPARD Bk 71

24

153

158

13357

1708-1738

(TI Bk 71)

MIERS to DONNALDSON

24

155

13370

1708-1729

John McCULLAGH & ors to STRANGMAN

24

169

13416

1719 Jun 10 & 11

JACKSON-HOUSTON NOTES in 2009 diary Book Index 1708-1738

NOTE: These are included in my Quaker Jackson Tree

Between Robert JACKSON of Mountmellick, farmer & Robert HOUSTON of Knock, Kings Co. Esq. For £100 for Corn Mills and Lands on South side by River coming Drinane & all the West by Simon Hill ... [more description] ... Robert JACKSON had lately built a Corn & Tuck Mill in Mannor of Mountmellick ... together also with house and garden late in possession of Ann WRIGHT ... lives of Nathaniel JACKSON, Erasmus JACKSON & Isaac JACKSON. WITNESS: Colin MAXWELL of Mountmellick, Gent; William HOUSTON of Knock, Gent; Joseph CROFTON of Mountmellick, Gent

24

226

13640

18640

1708-1738

WHITE TO WILSON

24

245

13691

1708-1738

DAWSON-KERR Book 43 (1708-1738)

24

379

14080

1715 Jul 1

Robert MONGOMERY-JACKSON

Btw Robert MONTGOMERY of Anarea, Co. Monaghan Esq. & Capt. David FAIRFIELD of Ranaldren Co. Longford of the one part and Richard JACKSON and Philip JACKSON & sd RICHARDSON [Note the clerk did not record the “said RICHARDSON] lands of Cologe and Munadaragh together with the proportion of Cambog Suitable for the said Lands and Appurtenances thereunto belonging and situate in the Barony of Ardagh and Co of Longford to hold to the said Richard and Philip JACKSON…

25

57

13497

1714 Dec 13

JACKSON-JACKSON NOTES in 2009 diary Book Index 1708-1738

Between John JACKSON of Ballyreagan, Co. Of Dorone Gent. Of 1st part & Thomas JACKSON of same, Gent of the other part... refers to a 1 Nov 1677 deed between James ROSSE of the one pt. & the said John JACKSON lands of Ballyreagan formerly possessed by John DENHAM & all land of Ballyreagan formerly possessed by Robert JACKSON father of said John JACKSON, Parish Dundonald, Co. Dorone ... Thomas JACKSON. WITNESS James RATCLIFFE of Belfast, Co. Antrim, clothier; Andrew WALKER of Dundonald, Co. Down, yeoman; Richard LOWDER of Belfast, Gent. Thomas JACKSON [SEAL] NOTE: I am guessing that there are two generations of Thomas JACKSONs here. SEE; Tree of Jackson of Co. Down.

Added notes from Michael Stewart:

2 parts of Ballyreagon, Dundonell (?)(pa.), DOWN for £5, from John JACKSON to Thomas JACKSON, at £18 yrly rent to James ROSS of Portane (?) Co. Down. WITNESSES: James RATCLIFFE, Cloathier of Belfast; Andrew WALKER, Yeoman; Hugh MONGOMERY; Richard LOWDER, Gent of Belfast

25

145

14415

1719 No 28

CARTER-JACKSON

Thomas CARTER of Robertstown to Robert JACKSON of Blackhill, Co. Kildare Gent for consideration lands and tenements of Woodtown exception 29 acres   & 2 roods already sett to Richard HARRISON for 3 lives containing by estimation 172 acres plantation measure in Barony of Ratoath, Co. Meath for natural life and lives of Robert JACKSON, Henry JACKSON, brother of the said Robert JACKSON, of John JACKSON also brother…rent 51 pound 12 s.

Added notes from Michael Stewart:

Thomas CARTER to Robert JACKSON of lands & tenement of Woodtown in Ratoath (bar) MEA [172 acres plantation measure] excepting 33 acres 2r sett unto Richard HARRISON for 3 lives, for and during lives of Robert JACKSON, Henry JACKSON,  & John JACKSON at £51.12s. for first 5 yrs; £60.4s. for next 2 years, and £68.16s. for remainder, payable half yearly. WITNESSES: John WILSON, Gent Killamanaugh, DUB; James BOWDEN; Michael BOWYER, Gent of Dublin City.

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167

14598

1719 Dec 18 & 19

JACKSON-MARTIN NOTES in 2009 diary Book Index 1708-1738

Between Robert JACKSON of Woodtowne, Co. Meath, Gent & George MARTIN of City of Dublin, Doctor in Physick of the other part. Whereas Robert CARTER of Robertstown, Co. Meath Esq. On 20 April 1713 demised to Robert JACKSON of Blackhall in Co. Kildare, Gent. & part of lands of Woodtown, Barony of Ratoath, Co. Meath ... during lives of said Robert JACKSON, Henry JACKSON brother of the said Robert & John JACKSON brother also of said Robert.] ... about 172 acres of Woodtown. WITNESS: Joseph FITZSIMMONS, John RYAN & John MARTEN, all of Dublin, Gent.

Added notes from Michael Stewart:

Robert JACKSON for £50 from George MARTIN aka MARTEN, grants George MARTIN Woodtown, in Ratoath (bar.) MEA, excepting as excepted, for & during lives as mentioned, with condition of redemption upon repayment of £50 + interest 19 March next. WITNESSES: Joseph FITZSIMMONS; John RYAN & John MARTIN.

Earlier deed April 20, 1713: Woodtown, in Ratoath (bar.) MEA from Thomas CARTER unto Robert JACKSON (then of Blackhall, KILD) excepting 33a 2r set unto Richard HARRISON for 3 lives  (172a plantation) for lives of Robert JACKSON, Henry JACKSON, brother of said Robert; & John JACKSON, brother of said Robert paying C £50.12s. for first 5 years then £60.4s. for 2 yrs then £68.16s. Ster for remainder.

25

172

14626

1719 Dec 24

Will of Richard MITCHELBOURNE

Bequeathed to his wife Mary MITCHELBOURE, als JACKSON during her natural life the town and lands of Ballyarthur [at Kilcandra, nr. Vale of Avoca, Co. Wicklow], and the Mansionhouse thereon and after her decease he devises the said house and lands to his sister  Mrs. Rachel SUNDHAM and his niece Mrs. Elizabeth SYMS and her heirs., and if no heirs to Law CROW  eldest son of cousin Jane CROW, and if no heirs to Richard LAMB, 2nd son of his cousin William and Ann LAMB …NOTE: A John MITCHELBOURNE married a Susan BERESFORD, widow of William JACKSON, and this John MITCHELBOURNE was raised at  Ballyarthur. It is possible that they were brothers.

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201

14735

1719 Jan 26

SHAW et all [Willliam McCULLOCH] to MAXWELL

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248

14851

1719 Jun 22

Edward HILL, farmer of Conagh, Queens Co. for £21.8s to be paid him by Nathaniel JACKSON, farmer of Mountmellick, Queens Co. grants Nathaniel JACKSON part of Conagh, then in Edward HILL`s possession, divided from part of Conagh as held by John HILL jr. and now belonging to Thomas ANNESLEY Rt Lord Viscount of Ely and in possession of William COLE, as held by virtue of lease from Arthur LOFTUS, for lives of William HILL, Simon HILL & Richard HILL & others as added with £5.5s fine on renewal, subject never the less to redemption. WITNESSES: Thomas GORMAN, Woolcomber of Mountmellick; William ROBINSON, Sadlier of Mountmellick; Joseph CROFTON, Gent of Mountmellick; Richard BOODILY.

NOTE: These are included in my Quaker Jackson Tree

Thanks to Michael Stewart

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279

14995

1708-1729

Willliam McCULLAGH & ors to HAYES

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71

14692

 

GRAHAM-TIPPING

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81

14715

1719 Nov

Ann GREENLAGH- Thomas CROSBIE

Assignment of judgement. Ann GREENLAGH, spinster of Dublin City, who obtained judgement in Court of Common Pleas, IRE, Mich`s term in 3rd yr of HM`s reign against Thomas CROSBIE, Esq. of Ballymague, KERR in amount of £400 + £1.13s.4p. costs did assign sd judgement to John JACKSON, [1688-1751] Clerke, Rev of Cloonsaugh, Dublin  for £207.19s.3p. ster.REGISTRAR: William PARRY. WITNESSES: George JACKSON; Charles GODDARD. NOTE: He is one of the Jacksons of Santry.

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88

14734

1717 Jan 2

William McCULLOCH & ors to MAXWELL 1708-1729

Btw Wm SHAW of Bush, Co. Antrim  esq. & Patrick AGNEW of Killivaughter, Co. Antrim Gent & Wm McCULLOCH of  Grogan, Gent exec of will of Patrick SHAW of Brittas ...

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95

14755

1717 Feb 11

Sir Montague BLUNDELL, Bart of Edenderry , Kings Co. grantor  unto John JACKSON, farmer of Monsterroris, Kings Co.  of tenement back building gardens malt Mill in Edenderry + 2 small parks in Edenderry near town Mill (5 acres) lately enjoyed by Lawrence EVANS + cabbin & garden at west end of Edenderry lately possessed by Edmond BRANAGH all in Manor of Edenderry, Kings Co,, from 1 May last for 41 years at £16 for 2 years, £18 for next 2 yrs, £20 for 3 next years and £23 for remainder. WITNESSES: Ralph HALLAND of Dublin City; Edward REYNOLDS, Gent of Dublin City; Richard MULLIGAN.

Thanks to Michael Stewart

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127

14853

1719 Nov 2

Rev. Jasper BRETT, Chancellor of Connor unto Richard JACKSON, Esq. of Dublin City of town & lands of Ballynewport alias Newportstown in Lecale (bar.) 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, ANT; Magnus PRINCE, Doctor of Phisik, Lisburne, Antrim; John ALLEN, servant to Michael WARD; Edward BRUMHALL[?].

Thanks to Michael Stewart

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15743

1718 Mar 21

Book Index 1708-1729 1720 May 23

Between George JACKSON late of the City of Limerick, merchant dec’d of the 1st part & Margt SHEPHERD, widow of said city.... ref to earlier lease & lands of Moylish in North Liberty of City of Limerick that had been demised to George JACKSON and he had leased to Margt SHEPHERD.

Additional parts thanks to Michael Stewart:

George JACKSON, merchant of Limerick City to Margaret SHEPHARD, widow of Limerick City for £150 ster, Moylish in North lib. of Limerick city [50 acres] subj to redemption 1 Sept next with 8% interest.

Thomas FEWEN, son of Joseph & Sarah FREWEN, Gent and heir: Moylish in North lib. of Limerick city [50 acres] from Thomas FREWEN & Sarah FREWEN, widow, relict and sole executor of Joseph FREWEN, late of Cloon, Limerick to A for £115.75s during residue of original term. REGISTRARS: Henry EXHAM; James JAQUES, Mayor and JP; James ROBINSON, JP. WITNESSES: Dennis FORPY [FORRPY], carpenter of Limerick City; Foxteth ROCHE, Alderman of Limerick City; Peter ORMSBY.

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422

1592

15954

1719 Feb 29

JACKSON-PILKINGTON Book Index 1708-1729

Adam JACKSON of Mount Down in the Parish of Tallow and Co. Of Dublin, clothier of the one part  & Thomas PILKINGTON of Dolphins Barn, Co. Dublin, Miller, lease of tuck mill or Fulling [Tulling?] Mil on the lands of Mountdown in the possession of said Adam JACKSON with the Dam and Banks thereof... with 4 ft of ground on each side of the stream that runs on the south side of the banks ...term of 36 years from March 26th

Additional parts thanks to Michael Stewart:

Adam JACKSON of Mount Down in the Parish of Tallow and Co. Of Dublin, clothier to Thomas PILKINGTON Miller of Dolphins Barn, Dublin of tuck or fulling mill on Mountdown, then in poss of Adam JACKSON, with dam, banks + 4ft on both sides of stream + cabbin & piece of ground + use of road & grazing of 1 horse for 36 yrs form 25 Mar next at £28; As mill is to be demolished under Act of Parliament for cleansing & repairing the watercourse from River Dodeer [aka River Dodder] to Dublin, Adam JACKSON to make a corn mill in replacement + within 2 yrs a 2nd mill

 

 

 

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