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These notes are the result of dozens of visits to Dublin’s Deeds Registry, and more recently thanks to the scans available at Family Search. Thanks also to the work by the volunteers who post on Nick Reddan’s Deeds Project . If you notice mistakes, I really do appreciate being informed. I can be quite blind to my own errors, and do appreciate being able to make corrections.
Sharon Oddie Brown. Update February 20, 2019

2019 Books 1-30 Memorials of Deeds

 

The shading added to certain cells is idiosyncratic. I did them just to jog my own memory.

Additions in 2018

Later Additions in 2018

Alerts to myself

More to add or revisit.

 

 

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Deed

Date

Transcriptions & Notes

 

 

 

 

Earl of Antrim to MOORE Drumaheaglis & Rosnashane WITNESSED by William JACKSON, Coleraine. Thanks to Linde Lunney.

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 in Westmeath.

1

98

57

1708

Ephraim 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 25 Mar1699 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

190

116

1708 Apr 2

Thomas BARTON of Marrowbone Lane, City of Dublin, Glewboiler of the one part & James RICKSON of Ballyntier Co. Dublin of the other. Mtg pmt 162 pounds. For lives (unmentioned) by virtue of a lease from Henry PERCY Esq. Piece of field called Oxmore leading from Dublin to Dolphins Barn Situate Lying and Being in the Manor and Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore.

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

193

118

1708 Apr 3

James RICKSON of Ballyntier Co. Dublin & Thomas BARTON of Marrowbone Lane, City of Dublin, Glewboiler. Piece of field called Oxmore leading from Dublin to Dolphins Barn Situate Lying and Being in the Manor and Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore. For lives of Henry PERCY Esq., Robert PERCY his brother & William WARD, Brewer. Rent of one peppercorn for dwelling on property.

1

240

146

1707 Jan 15

Image 142

BTW Mary ROWLEY of Calmore Co. Londonderry, Widow & sole executrix of Hugh ROWLEY of Calmore Co. Londonderry deceased. Hugh ROWLEY of Westbalstown Co. Dublin Esq., Anne HALL, Elizabeth ROWLEY, Sarah ROWLEY, Katherine ROWLEY, Rowley HILL. Edward HALL & Samuel HILL esq of the 1 pt Hercules ROWLEY of the City of Dublin Esq of the other pt. ‘’’ list of lands in Westmeath NOTE: A Hugh ROWLEY of Callmore died btw 1699-1701) was married to a Mary ROWLEY. Sara and Catherine were two of their known children.

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

1

517

404

1708 Feb 1

Image 382

BTW Joseph WORTHINGTON & Roger WORTHINGTON of City of Dublin, Carpenters of the one pt & James HARTLEY of the same city Ironmonger of the other part. Whereby Joseph WORTHINGTON & Roger WORTHINGTON in consideration of £200 sterling paid to James HARTLEY granted to James HARTLEY one lease dated 10 Oct 1706 made by Richard JACKSON Gent unto said Joseph WORTHINGTON of all that Messuage or House wherein John DOWDALL then lately lived with the Backside and Appurtenances thereunto belonging and being in Kings Street in City of Dublin for term of 51 years from 1 November at yearly rent of $8. Also one other lease 8 June 1707 made by Thomas POLLARD Vicar of Clonbrony Co. Longford to Joseph WORTHINGTON of all that Piece of Ground for 28 years from 2 February at yearly rent of £2.15.7 ½ containing 44 ½’ in front being part of the Waste piece of Ground leading from Love Lane to Kings Street and containing in depth Northward 48’ and in depth southward 65’. And one other lease 23 March 1699 made by Samuel JACKSON Esq. unto said Roger WORTHINGTON of all that Messuage House or Tenement on South side of Kings Street in Parish of St. Peters in Dublin with the Backside on the back of the House then in possession of Roger WORTHINGTON being bounded as in the last mentioned lease for term of 51 years from 2 February 1707 at £7.10 per anum together with the holdings … Subject to a Provisoe or Condition of Redemption in the said Mortgage contained where the same is declared void on payment of sum of £200 on 1st February 1711 with interest … Which said Mortgage was perfected by Joseph WORTHINGTON & Roger WORTHINGTON 1 February 1708 in presence of John COOKE and William BARRY clerks to Mr. Thomas COOKE Publick Notary City of Dublin.

NOTE: Thanks to Nick Reddan’s initial transcription. NOTE: Love Lane may have been called Cuffe Street. SOURCE: p 61 Dublin Street Names: Dated and Explained.  C.T. M’Cready. Hodges Figgis & Co. Dublin, 1892. Alternately, Donore Ave was also known as Love Lane. SOURCE Irish Historic Town Atlas #19. Dublin Part II. 1610 to 1756

NOTE: ROD 13-100-5330. 22nd July 1714. Mortgage, earlier deed 2 March 1704. Property at Love Lane, nr Stephen's Green, Dublin. Thomas POLLARD Vicar of Clonbrony

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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 [ka Dolphins 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 rere.. 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

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 is unlikely to be Francis JACKSON (b 1632) in the Coleraine line (he was a clergyman – not a clothier). NOTE: This Francis is likely related to those at JACKSONs of St. Catherines Church.

If this is the case, then they would also likely connect to Robert JACKSON, tanner of Crooked Staff: l NOTE: Jane JACKSON wife of George BLACKHALL died intestate 1718. A George BLACKHALL was Lord Mayor of Dublin in 1694-95.

See: Jackson of Pimlico.

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...  & JACKSON Robert 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

 

52

301771

1739-1810

JACKSON-HAVELON Park Wrong Book.

NOTE: It was in bk 485

2

55

259

1708-1729

BROWNE, Bernard-STEELE

NOTE: SEE 482-33-301714 for another BROWNE-STEEL lease

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) Aghavillon Muckery

2

89

296

1708 Oct 28

Btw Charles CAMPBELL & Robert KING of City of Dublin Esq. & Hans HAMILTON of Frankfort, Co. Armagh  surviving trustees  for sale of part of the estate of Hans HAMILTON Bart  for payment of his Grandfather’s debts etc and said Hans HAMILTON of 1 pt.;& Robert DONALDSON Gent of City of Dublin of other part Esq.  The trustees directed by John BLACKWOOD of Ballyleidy, Co. Down in consid of 220 pounds paid by Robert DONALDSON grant to him the lands of Ballyfirish and Conyburough of Ganaway, Co. Down to the now Sir Hans HAMILTON. Alice Countess of Clanbrassil Sr.; Hans HAMILTON the elder; Hans HAMILTON the younger. WITNESS: Simon ISAAC of Ballywalter, Co. Down. John CONNELL of City of Dublin Gent & John McCORMICH of Ganaway, Co. Down yeoman.

Charles CAMPBELL [one of the surviving trustees under Act in 2nr year Queen Anne]; Robert BELL; Alice CLANBRAZILL MOS  

2

94

299

1708-1729

SHIRLEY, James-SMITH

2

119

320

1708 Jan 24

LEIGH-GARSTIN

Image 460

BTW Thomas LEIGH of City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt & John GARSTIN of Dublin Gent of the other. In consid of 200 pounds… land in Irishtowne late in possession of Richard LEIGH  97a in possession of Francis NAGLE Esq or his undertenants, Barony Moyashell and in Magherdernon Co. Westmeath which said lands were the Property of the late King James II at the time of his decession to the Crown of England and purchased by John LEIGH Esq. from the late Trustees appointed for sale of forfeited estates… John LEIGH conveyed to Thomas LEIGH which was then granted to John GARSTIN… WITNESS: John LEIGH of Drogheda Esq. Thomas PLUMBY his servant & William BARRY Clk to Mr. Thomas COOKE

2

126

328

1708 Sept 1

CAMPBELL-GRAHAM Outlack als

Outlarkon, B Fews

Image 464

Btw Charles CAMPBELL of City of Dublin Esq. Robert KING of same City Esq. Hans HAMILTON of Frankfort in Co. Armagh Esq. surviving Trustees appointed by an Act of Parliament in the 2nd year of her now Majesty’s Reign for sale of the estate of Hans HAMILTON Bart for payment of his Grandfather’s Debts and for other purposes therein mentioned and the said Hans HAMILTON of the one pt and Arthur GRAHAM of Ballyheridon, Co. Armagh of the other.. granted to Arthur GRAHAM lands of Killeen, Drumga and Letvicullan Mill with the Grist Toll and Moulter to the said Mill belonging and all the townlands of Outleck, Killycaple and Levicullan all which premises are part of the Manor of Johnston in Co. Armagh. WITNESS: Simon ISAAC of Ballywalter, Co. Down Esq. and Bruen WORTHINGTON City of Dublin Notary.

2

129

334

1708 Sep 1

CAMPBELL-WOOD Maghrantrim

McCantram B Fews

Image 468

Sale of Estate of Hans HAMILTON Bart of Mount HAMILTON Co. Armagh to Robert ROSS of Rostrevor Co. Down part of Dromorgan Mullaghbawne and Corncoren possessed by James ANDERSON and also that part of Drumorgan possessed by John HAMILTON Glazier in Manor of Johnstowne Co. Armagh WITNESS: Hans HAMILTON, Simon ISAAC, John HAMILTON and Robert HAMILTON of Hamilton Bawn Co. Armagh Gents. WITNESS: Robert ROSS.

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

145

340

1708 Feb 28

Witness: John SALE of Dublin City

2

228

425

1708 Dec 9

DAWSON, Ephriam-BROWN1708-1729

Joshua DAWSON Esq of Dublin was party as was Thomas BROWN of Dublin, Gent. All of Lazy Hill, Dublin. James McCULLAGH was mentioned as an occupant. MOS

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. Jonh BATE & Robert & Jacob PEPPARD now raising £600 mortgage from Tichburne WEST AnneChamney

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

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

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, Kildare 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.

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

1709 Aug 13

Image 688

Alice KEATING als SWAN widow of 1 pt & Thomas WARREN Gent of other. Tenements on St. Stephens Street… WITNESS: George GILLMOR junr; Gent Dublin City; John WALLACE Dublin victaller.

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

574

640

1709 Jul 23

James McCULLAGH of Lazy Hill, deceased. NOTE: He was not described as deceased in an earlier deed in 1708: #425. MOS

2

575

641

1709 Sep 3

James McCULLAGH of Lazy Hill, deceased. NOTE: He was not described as deceased in an earlier deed in 1708: #425. 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

277

927

1708-1738

HALL-STEWART Glassdromin, B. Orier

3

285

948

 

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

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, KID, 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 DeedMOS

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

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

197

865

1709 Dec 22

Image 112

BTW John SALE of City of Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & James MENDICOTT of City of Dublin Gent of the other pt. In consid of £200 SALE granted to MENDICOTT lease made by Sir Anthony PERCY to John DAVISON carpenter ground on west side of Meath St near City of Dublin containing in front to Meath St. 30’ and in depth from front to rear 103’ and in breadth in the middle 33’ … for natural lives of Sir Anthony PERCY, Mary his wife and Henry PERCY his son … and also one other lease made by Joseph MADDOCK merchant to John MACKLELAN Gent of parcel of Ground situate in Browne ST. in the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore containing 27’ with all the land running backwards from Browne ST from front to rear 53’ … lease then enjoyed by Philip KELLY … John DAVISON …

4

215

889

1709 Jan 11

Image 121

Btw Morley SAUNDERS Dr. of Law Esq. of City of Dublin and Joshua PARRATT of Ballynure Co. Wicklow Gent of the other …  20a of Ballynure …lives Peter PARRATT son to Joseph PARRATT, Joshua PARRATT son of said Joshua PRRATT and Thomas LITCHFIELD Jr. nephew of said Joshua PARRATT. WITNESS: Harvey SALE of Dublin, Gent. & John CONNELL Clk to Mr. Bruen WORTHINGTON Public Notary.

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, Limerick 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

366

1032

1709 Dec 24

Richard POPE exec of will of Grace POPE lease for Waste Mill of Clondalkin with the water course, mill pond & Mill Stream in Co Dublin lying on the west side of the town of Clondalkin., bounded on the west side by land lately possessed by Bele JACKSON.  On the south a 1/2a owned by John BYRNE in township of Clondalkin near neighbour.

4

435

1137

1708-1729

DAWSON, John-BROWN

4

472

1172

1709 Jan 2

Messuage in Oxmantown known as  "The Blackmore's Head" cont 72’ on the Westside to the Pavement of Church St on the North to Yardners Ground 99’, on the east 70’ to Mr WHITFEILD’s holding and the south to Mary’s Lane 103’ Church Street, Dublin. For lives of Richard FOSTER (son of John FOSTER Esq. Recorder of Dublin) Daniel JACKSON (son of Daniell JACKSON of Clinshaugh of Co Dublin Clk deceased) and Sarah LEEDS, daughter of Michael LEEDS late of the said City Merchant deceased.. Michael LEEDS of Dublin, deceased merchant. NOTE: JACKSONs of Santry. Mention of Clonagh, Also, See: Jackson of Pimlico.

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 Annaghivacky, Barronsland

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

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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

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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.

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BROWNLOW-BROWN

Image 85

BTW Edward SOUTHWELL Esq, & Baronet Nicholas PRICE of Hollymount, Co. Down, Esq. Arthur BROWNLOW Lurgan, Co. Armagh Esq. Francis BERNARD & Stephen LUDLOW of City of Dublin  Esqs of 1 pt & Rowland BROWN of Downpatrick, Co. Down Merchant. Conveyed townlands of Middle Ballymote containing 100a 2r plantation measure in Manor of Downpatrick, Co. Down. WITNESS: Hans HAMILTON, City of Dublin Esq. James MAGUIRE of Downpatrick, Co. Down Gent & Richard CADDELL of Downpatrick, merchant

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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, Esq. Of Killyleagh, Co. Down grants John JACKSON yearly rent charge or annuity of £10 10 shillings pd semi annually, out of Ballysallagh Minor, 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

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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 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.

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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 [Co. Louth?], 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.

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, Oxmantown 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.

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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 Jaco 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

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GILMER-GILMER Wrong number.

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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.

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1711  Aug 11

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

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29505

 

ROBINSON-OVEREND wrong #1708-1738 – townland index?  Aghavillon

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1708-1738

HALL-HALL (Vol #  abt 66) Moybane, B Fews

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WALKER-HUTCHINSON Ballynahonemore wrong #1739-1810 Townland Index page 12. –SEE Book 96:  Image 268

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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 bach [?] 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. NOTE: James JACKSON may be related to: Jackson of Pimlico

Thanks to Mike Stewart for these notes.

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1711 May 7

Lease dated 28 day April 1707 btw Joseph THOMAS of Mill Street in the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore in Co Dublin Miller of the 1 pt & Michael JACKSON of Thomas Court near the said City Cloathier of the other part THOMAS demised part of a holding demised by the Hon  Edward Late Earl of Meath… situte in an alley on the West side of Plimlicoe leading to the Tenter Fields of the said Josep in the Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore mearing and bounding on the East to the holding of John BILLOP in the south to the holding of John BUCKLEY, on the west to the Tenter fields of the said Joseph Thomas and to the north t the Alley aforesaid 34 foot in front to the said Alley and 38 feet deep or thereabouts be it more or less with all the Walls inclosing the said ground… lives of George BOWLES of Ballycrean son of John BOWLES of the same farmer, Samuel WATSON son of  John WATSON in Co Carlow and George ROOKE jr son of George ROOKE of Meath Street WITNESS: John BILLOP merchant of Dublin; Bartholomew RIVERS of same, merchant & Josiah BILLOP merchant.

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NOELL-O’HARA Forkhill

Image 338 went from deed 2276 to 2278. The numbers taken from the Armagh Index were clear.

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1711 Feb 12

Image 627

BTW John SALE of City of Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & Joseph DAMER of same Esq of the other pt. Reciting deed Rev William Lord Archbishop of Dublin 6 Nov 1704 demised to John SALE 2 tenements situate and being together in the street leading from the Poddle unto Blind Gate at St. Patrick’s Street theretofore held and enjoyed by Henry CLIFFE and Mary DRINKWATER and then in possession of Elinor SALE widow bounded north and south  with tenements then in possession of Leonard DOBBs & backwards with the Archdeacon’s wall … lease for 40 years … John SALE in consideration of £200 pd by Joseph DAMER assigned the aforementioned houses with all other Houses Buildings and Improvements … belonging to John SALE …

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Image 349

Charles DEERING – TISDALE - lands in Cork

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1711 Feb 23

Book Index 1708-1729

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.

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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 named: 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

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1710 Jan 12

Will of William WRAY of Fore, Donegal. Mention made of Jean JACKSON’s marriage articles with Henry WRAY.

Will of William WRAY, Fore, County Donegal, Esq. To be buried in church of Clandahorkae [Clondahorky]. Wife Angel WRAY. Son Humphrey WRAY. Articles made on the marriage of my son Humphrey WRAY with Mrs. Ann BROOKE. Articles of marriage of my son Henry WRAY with Mrs. Joan JACKSON. Sons in law James SINCLAIR, gent, and George KNOX. Daughter Rebecca BABINGTON. Grandson's William and Henry BABINGTON. The heirs of Richard PORTER, deceased. John RICHARDSON, Kill. My servant, Samuel DENSMORE. Servant Thomas BLAIRE, Fore. Mrs. Ann SINCLAIR. Capt. Henry HART. William FINLAY, Drumnatinny. Estate purchased by Hugh HAMILL and William SAMPSON, esquires. Sale of Grenforth estate from William GODFREY, Benjamin GALLAND and my son-in-law Capt. William BABINGTON deed. With payments to Mr. John HUMBLE, John EVANS, and Capt. George HAMILTON. Trinamulland, Greenforth [Grenforth] [Greenfort, Greenfort Demesne, Parish Clondavaddog, Barony Kilmacrenan] Co. Donegal), Urney, Raymmunterdawney, Brunleck and Glassagh. Castlewray [Parish of Aghanunshin,, Barony Kilmacrenan], Clandormount (situation not mentioned). Fore, Co, Donegal. WITNESSES: George KNOX, Pattrick DENSMOORE, Samuel DENSMOORE. Memorial witnessed by Humphrey WRAY, George KNOX, Thomas KNOX. Samuel DENMOORE seal.NOTE: In abt 1705, Henry WRAY (1669-1737) married Jane JACKSON (1684-1744), daughter of Susan BERESFORD (?-1706) & William JACKSON (1628-1688).

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ANGLESEY, Earl –his will not important to me in 2010

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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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1710 mar 9

John GOFTON of City of Dublin, Carpenter to James JACKSON, Gent of City of of Dublin for 50 pounds sterling transferred land on Barrack Street, held by lease from John GLOVER.for 87 years from 1 Nov 1708.

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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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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 wherein 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... 3 houses in Essex Street ......other leases from 3 HAWKINS brothers on Fleet Street and Lazy Hill in suburbs of... 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 if he lives to 21 years ... 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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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. [aka DOBBIN?]

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1711, Feb 18th

James JACKSON Will. Book Index 1708-1729

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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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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288

2768

1708-1738

HAMILTON-MAXWELL Kiltibride, Kiltibrett, B Tauranny, Par Tynon

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2769

1708-1738

MAXWELL-MAXWELL Kiltibride, Kiltibrett, B Tauranny, Par Tynon

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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 [CHICHESTER] 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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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 was late in the tenure of Alderman Richard PITTS deceased…. Lease for 91 years.

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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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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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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 Cork Sworn 1Apr AnneChamney

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1712 Oct 1

Image 54

BTW Charles NUTTALL of Ballybegg Co. Kildare of 1 ot & Joseph DAMER City of Dublin Esq. of the other …

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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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3671

1708-1738

HALL-HALL Glassdromin, B. Orier

9

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3798

1713

Andrew BROWNE from email Darcy5 – links to Josias BROWNE

Ann ST & Frapper Lane

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3954

1713 Jun2

EVANS-CUMING

Btw Thomas EVANS of City of Dublin bricklayer & George CUMING of same Taylor…. Land on north side of Great Britain… no mention of PIPPARD.

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

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4086

1713 Jul 2

BRADFORD, Andrew-ARCHIBALD

Andrew BRADFORD of Athy, Co. Kildare Gent of 1 pt & Richard ARCHBOLD of Crookstown Co Kildare of the other… legal suits won.

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1713 Aug 18

PALMER-JACKSON

Image 244

Btw. Enoch PALMER of City of Dublin Founder of the 1 pt & Michael JACKSON of same City Clothier of the other pt. In consid of Marriage between the said Michael JACKSON and Mary McCRACKEN niece to said ENOCH … 5 shillings…Tenement with appurtenances demised to Francis IREDELL [NOTE: Initially I had GREDELL]  on east side of Boot Lane Dublin for 91 years from May 1 1703 at 8 pounds per annum during life of William PALMER father of said Enoch and one peppercorn. See: Jackson of Pimlico.

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2983

1712 Jun 3

OLIVER, Francis of Portarlington, Laois Co. Lease & Release  Roz McC

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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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1713 Jul 2

Image 309

BTW Charles AUGHMUTY of City of Dublin Finger weaver and Robert LEVESLY of City of Dublin Weaver Proctors of Parish Church of St. John Evangelist Dublin of 1 pt & Simon ANYON of City of Dublin Gent of other pt.  … in consid of deed 25 Mar 1692 made by Henry SMITH and William MIDDLEBROOK then Proctors … with consent of John BULL of Dublin shoemaker deceased for 81 years … on east side of Fishamble St Dublin held by Simon ANYON containing in front from North to South 25’ ½ and from East to West adjoining Mr. PEPPARDs House from the Kings Pavement 45’ to the East adjoining Mr. JACKSONs holding formerly Mr. SMITH’s holding backwards 18’ from East to West joining to Mr. JACKSONs formerly Mr. SMITHs holding called the Marble Post 38 feet … witness: Mark DESMYNEECE, George LEECE and James SOMERVELL [aka SOMMERVILLE] of City of Dublin Gent.

SEE also ROD: 130-48-31192 [NOTE: This memorial is actually at ROD: 48-156-31192] Simon ANYON is the link. See also ROD:10-78-3089 Again Simon ANYON is the link.

NOTE: At least one if not both of the neighbouring holdings were held by Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706). See 1705 Will. [Christ Church Deeds] 1948. Wm Bishop of Kildare, dean, and the Chapter of Holy Trinity with consent of the Prebendary of St. John’s Dublin, in consideration of the surrender of Preb. St. John’s (  ) conveyed by John ALEXANDER to Henry SMITH and of £150 to be expended on the premises by the present lessee, lease to Samuel JACKSON, of Dublin, esquire, assignee of Henry SMITH, the said premises now described as inhabited by Samuel ANDREWS and situate between Fishamble Street on the west, the butcher’s market formerly the Kill Garden on the east, the prebendary’s tenement in the possession of Widow BOYSE on the south, and that of Widow WILLIAMSON on the north; term, rent and covenants for forfeit and voiding as in said lease and lessee further covenants to expend £150 on the premises within 21 years and keep them in repair (map annexed). Signed by lessee in presence of Tho Harrison, Ben BOYCE and Cha BALDWIN Dated 17 Apr., 1699, and 11 Wm. III See: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

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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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3672

1708-1738

HALL-FITZGERALD Glassdromin, B. Orier

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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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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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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.

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1708-1729

DAWSON, John-BARKLEY

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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 portion he is to receive with her doth Grant Bargain and Sell unto the said Enoch that new house with the Garden Backside 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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TISDALE-JOHNSON Notes from Co. Louth Townland Books [incl many lands] Annaghivacky, Barronsland

Richard TISDALE, City of Dublin, Esq.  Brabazon MOORE of Atherdee, Co. Louth, Esq., of the 1st pt. The Hon Robert JOHNSON of the City afsd  Esq. one of the Barons of her Majesties Court of Exchequer of the 2nd pt & Francis BERNARD her Majesties Solicitor General  of the City afsd Esq of the 3rd pt.

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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 Killmainham, Co. Dublin, Tanner all that and those the Houses Garden and Yard with the old walls thereunto belonging then in the possession of the said William JACKSON commonly known as Farley’s holdings in town of Killmainham. Next adjoining to the bridge at the upper end of Killmainham leading from the town of Kilmainham to the new hospital mearing and bounding on the East unto the Lord Ross’s land, on the North to the River of Camock or Camrick and to the West and South unto the street leading from the Town to the said bridge of Killmainham… term of 66 years rent 12 pounds 10 shillins WITNESS: John BEE of the City of Dublin Currier and William JOHNSON of the same City Gent. Memorial WITESS: Patrick BELLEW son of the said John BELLEW confirmed that Indorsement is witnessed by John BEE & Jeremiah VICKERS of the said City Tanner

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1713, June 13

RICHARDSON to CAIRNS 1708-1738 Magherkillcrany

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.

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1712 Aug 11

Image 60

BTW William JOHNSTON of Gilford Co. Down Esq. of 1 pt & William MAJOR of Tandragee Co. Armagh of other pt … town and Lands of Loghans in Parish Tullylish … WITNESS George JOHNSTON & Thomas LEECH at or near Monaghan, Co. Monaghan & Laurence O’BRIEN of Tandragree.

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1713 Jun 19

Image 72

BTW Francis GORE Sr. of Clonrond, Co. Clare Esq of 1 pt & Joseph DAMER of City of Dublin Esq. of other pt . In consid of £1,500 paid ny Joseph DAMER sold all the Castletown lands… Lands of Ballymeslan East & West, Behy, Lislorkan, Ballysheen, part of Killconnell, one quarter of Ballynelacken, ¼ Cloghandine … The Mansion and Manor House of Castletown and lands of Clonrond als Clonroud … all in town of Ennis Co. Clare, the Abbey & Gardens of Ennis … late in possession of John GORE Esq. deceased … Mills of Ennis … all in Barony of Islands Co. Clare,

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1713 Aug 18

 See ROD 9-447- 4184 for similar info

Btw. Enoch PALMER of City of Dublin Founder of the 1 pt & Michael JACKSON of same City Clothier of the other pt. In consid of Marriage between the said Michael JACKSON and Mary McCRACKEN niece to said ENOCH … 5 shillings…Tenement with appurtenances demised to Francis GREDELL on east side of Boot Lane Dublin for 91 years from May 1 1703 at 8 pounds per annum during life of William PALMER father of said Enoch and one peppercorn.

… assigns that new brick house with the appurtenances demised to Brigadier Fairfax situate on the west side of Boot Lane Oxmantown Dublin… term of 91 years See: Jackson of Pimlico.

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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 Townland 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 belonging & 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 REED and Robert REED Sons of Clement REED of Ballymaguonen in the County of Down [in this deed, it says –in error - Co Down not Armagh] 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 [see beneath as well]  Letvicullen

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4491

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 Townland 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 belonging & excepting & thereout such part & proportion thereof as now doth and formerly did belong to the Mill of Letvicullen during the lives of Clement REED, son of the said John REED John JOHNSTON  son to William JOHNSTON of Lisnadill in sd county & of Ralph REED  son of William REED … witnesses Hector GRAHAM and John BRENNAN, Constant GRAHAM Robert McCANN Memorial WITNESS: John BRENNAND, John CUNNINGHAM, Clement REED

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4523

1708-1738

GRAHAM-COLLY Outlack als , Outlarkon, B Fews

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4636

1712 Jul 30

1708-1738 Irishtown, Manor Kilmon

Image 195

BTW Hon Lt Gen Richard GORGES of Kilbrew, Co. Meath of one pt & Oliver BOMFORD of Cushinstown Co. Meath of the other … lands of Primatestown [Civil Parish of Kilmoon, in the Barony of Skreen,], Irishtown [Civil Parish of Kilmoon, in the Barony of Skreen] and part of Killineen… NOTE: Richard GORGES (1662-1728, husband of Nichola Sophia HAMILTON. He was the brother of Elizabeth GORGES (abt1675-1747) who married Capt William JACKSON (bet1665-1668 – 1712) of Jackson Hall.

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62

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1713  Nov 25

BALL-SHEPHEARD North Side of Lawrence St. Drogheda,

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 & Wm MORRIS’s holding on the west. WITNESS Edward SINGLETON & John BYRNE both of Drogheda

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83

4487

1708-1738

WOOD-GRAHAM Maghrantrim, McCantram, B Fews

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4492

1713, Mar  1

GRAHAM to REED Letvicullen

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 formerly 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

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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.

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200

4710

1713 Jan 19

Francis HAMILTON’s will. Of Castlehamilton with dozens of townlands incl Parsonstown, Co. Meath mentioned to daughters of the body of Dame Anne HAMILTON.. nephew Arthur Cecil…

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423

5683

1714 Nov 27

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

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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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5869 or

8869

1712 Nov 25

BELLEW-TIPPING 1708-1729

Between Richard BELLEW & Thomas TIPPING of Castletown, Co. Louth, Gent ... set to TIPPING lands in Castletown Bellew in Barony of Dundalk, Co. Louth via the Castletate –[F?]anacarry Farrandregg & Furry Hill cont 240A including watermill & fishery of Castletown River ... for lives of Thomas TIPPING, Ephraim [S?]TANNUS of Carlingford, Co. Louth, Gent. & Christopher Thomas JOHNSTON of Carnilly [aka Carnally], Co. Armagh, Gent. WITNESS: John MULHOLLAN of Claneeran, Co. Kildare, Gent; Faithful FORTESQUE of City of Dublin, Gent.

Lord BELLEW – TIPPING

Indenture of Lease between Richard Lord Bellew, and Thomas TIPPING of Castletown, Co. Lowth… 240 acres in Furry Hill.. lives of Thomas TIPPING, Ephriam STANNUS of Carlingford, Co. Louth, & Charles Thomas JOHNSTON of Camilly, Co. Armagh Gent.. WITNESSES: John MULLHOLLAN of Claneeran, Co. Kildare Gent & Faithful FORTESCUE of City of Dublin, Gent.

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32

4756

1713 Feb 18

PEPPARD, Jacob. Esq. Dublin City RozMcC

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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. NOTE: This is probably Thomas JACKSON b: in Kilbank in Seathwaite, Lancashire, England +Ann MAN. SEE: Descendants of Nicholas Jackson They were Quakers.

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1713 Feb 26

Index 42

Lease & Release  

John OSBURN of City of Dublin of 1st part. Richard MITCHELBURNE Ballyarthur, [Castlemacadam, Barony Arklow], Co Wicklow Gent of 2nd part . Release 27 Feb 1713 btw John OSBURN of City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt & Richard MITCHELBURN of 2nd pt  & Rev Thomas WHALEY of Suddent Co. Meath Clke of 3rd pt.  L&R John OSBURN in consid of £400 granted to MITCHELBURN townlands of Slieveroe [Parish Moyne, Barony Ballinacor South], Newbane & Connygarry part of Tullyluske [aka Tullylusk. Parish Dunganstown, Barony Arklow] containing 400a for lease by lives  from George OSBORNE to said John OSBURN in Barony of Arklow,part of Timullin [aka Timullin, Parish Kilcommon, Barony Arklow] Co. Wicklow in possession of James LINLEA undertenant to Thomas WILLIAMS farmer granted for 31 years… and likewise lands of Rahana [possibly Knockrahan]  Co. Wicklow for lives of John OSBURN & wife Sarah OSBURN & Richard MITCHELBURNE  … and also lease from Thomas WENTWORTH to Richard MITCHELBURN… in consid of £400 by Richard MITCHELBURN to John OSBORNE was the money of Rev. Thomas WHALEY of Sudden, Richard MITCHELBURNE acting in trust for WHALLEY, for 400a, By Arklow, Co Wicklow, held on lease

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.

NOTE: Richard MITCHELBURN was a brother of Col John MITCHELBURN. Richard Mitchelburn’s wife was a Mary JACKSONBallyarthur (Baile Artúir) , Castlemacadam Civil Parish, Barony of Arklow, Co. Wicklow

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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]. 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. See: Jackson of Pimlico.

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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, Offally 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. Killynaslaugh,

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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.

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5864

 

MOORE-MOORE Notes from Co. Louth Townland Books Annaghivacky, Barronsland

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5867

1714 Dec 11

Image 194

BTW John BALL of Trim in Co. Meath Gent of 1 pt & John PRESTON of Trim Gent of the other. Reciting lease 1 June 1710 btw Richard Earl of Ranalagh to John BALL.  Land commonly known by name of Black Pryery with Plunkett’s Park in Barony of Navan Co. Meath then held by John BALL and Francis EYRES and their undertenants. NOTE: A generation later, a Francis EYRE married William JACKSON (1695-1744). A John EYRE married a Margery PRESTON, and their sons were George EYRE (1680-1710) & John EYRE (?-1745). It is possible that the Frances EYERS of this lease was a sister.

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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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368

5996

1708 Sep 18

Widow McCULLAGH was an occupant of Killileagh, Co. Down. Re property near High Street in town of Killileagh. MOS

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6101

1714 Dec 10

Image 220

Abraham BALL of Darver Co. Louth Esq of 1 pt & Francis WOODLEY of City of Dublin, Gent … Lands in Co. Kerry that had been granted to Thomas BALL father of Abraham BALL, Edward RICHARDSON & Elinor BLACKSONE [?] or either of them by Letters Patent 19 Oct 20th year of the reign of Charles 2nd  [1681].

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5110

1712 Sep 18

LANGFORD, THEOPHILUS, Kinsale, Esq. 18 Sept. 1712. Precis, \ p., 10 May 1714. Kinsman Hercules Rowley, Esq. "Mrs. Rebecca Britton, daughter of Mary Britton" and Oliver Plunkett, legatees. Mr. Thomas Leasy [? Lacey], Mr. John Suxbery, friends. Ballincurry, Liberties of Kinsale. House in Cork held by Aid. Crone. Mill Street, Cork, held by Joseph Studdert and John Kelly. Ground etc. in Cork Street, Low Street, without Cork gate, and Low Fish Street joining the Old Key in Kinsale; a lease in Church Lane near Freer Street, Kinsale, held by William Murphy. Witnesses: Thomas Lacey, said John Suxbery, James Jones, Kinsale, John Walton, late servant to testator, Robert Williams, Kinsale, shipwright. Memorial witnessed by: William Barry, Dublin, scrivener, Will. Simpson. Her. Rowley NOTE: Hercules ROWLEY was married to Mary LANGFORD

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Image 39

 

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1714 May 31

GREGG-JACKSON Found thanks to Linde Lunney

Btw Hugh GREGG of City of Dublin, merch of the 1 pt & William JACKSON, bricklayer of th sd City of the other pt.lease to JACKSON of a piece of ground situate on  on South Side of Ballybough Lane in City of Dublin cont in front to the sd lane 20 ft in the rere fronting Gregge’s Lane 20 and depth front 200 ft bounded on the east to a house belonging to Mr Daniel McNEALL on the West to a piece of ground set by the sd GREGG to JACKSON n the north to Ballybough Lane and on the south to the said Greg’s Lane… term of 89 yers at rent of 3 pounds WITNESS: Willam WILSON of City of Dublin Francis TUCKER of City of Dublin Gent.& William KEEGAN of same City Gent.

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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. Bounded in front by Chanbers St & in the rere with a stone wall belonging to the premises… ease 51 years. 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. See: Jackson of Pimlico.

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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 … lives of George BOWLES of Ballycrean son of John BOWLES of the same, farmer, Samuel WATSON son of John WATTSON Co Carlow, & George ROOKE jr son of George ROOKE of Meath, baker. WITNESSES: Moses CHEATHAM, William SUMNER clk to Thomas COOKE Publick Notary in sd City. [ see deed 23-5-12243 for more details on land:

1718 Nov 19 Adam JACKSON of Pimlicoe in the Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore and Co. Of Dublin, weaver. & John BONYNGE of Cabaragh 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]

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1714 Mar 12

Image 139

BTW John SALE of City of Dublin Esq of 1 pt & Rev. Joseph GRAVE of Geashell Kings Co. Clke of the other. Assigns lease of ground on west side of Meath St City of Dublin made by Sir Anthony PERCY to John DAVISON Carpenter 38’ X 103’ and 33’ in middle [same details as in another deed]

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6356

 

M’CALLAGHAN-GRART Graig,

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6403

1715 Jun 13

BROWNE, Bernard-STEELE Coombe,

Bernard BROWNE of City of Dublin Esq. of the one pt & John STEELE of Skinners Alley of other part. In consid of 1708 Lease for three lives renewable the house backside & garden  on the North side of the Upper Coombe  in the Liberty of Thomas Court  and Donore late in possession of Jane MUSGRAVE, widow bounded on the North by Mr. SANDYs late or now, holding on the south of the Coombe  on the est to James DUNNs now late holding on the  west to Thady BRYANs now or late for lives of Bernard BROWN, Thomas BROWN jun son to Bernard BROWNE &  Isaac ROBERTS son of Roger ROBERTs of Thomas Innholder… by virtue of a lease from Edward Earl of Meath. See: Jackson of Pimlico.

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1715 Jun 13

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

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

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6571

1708-1739

FRENCH-TUIT Enagh, Castlerahan Civil Parish, Barony of Castlerahan

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 Nathanial 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.

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6629

1715 Jul 6

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

Peter DAVIS of City of Dublin, ??ingmaker [Periwigmaker]; 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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44

6704

1715 Aug 31

 BLIGH-JACKSON

JACKSON-FARRELL site research
Memorial of a Lease for lives renewable for ever dated 31 August 1715, Thos Bligh, Brittas, County Meath Esq 1st 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  and Lisnaboe documents

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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 adjoining 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 appurtenances ...” 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.

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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.

Additional 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 and Lisnaboe documents

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6952

1715 Jul 22

LOWTHER 1708-1729

Image 75

BTW Marcus Beresford of City of Dublin Bart of 1 pt & George LOWTHER of Kilbrew, Co. Meath of 2nd pt. … Richard GORGES, Kilbew….

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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

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7373

1708-1729

KIRKWOOD

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7377

1719 Jul 2

for the £107 owing to Beresford JACKSON of Ballymarghy [aka Bellarena, Parish Magilligan. [aka Tamlaghtard?] Barony Keenaght], Londonderry, John RANKAN [aka RANKIN] of Green Castle, Donegal to Beresford JACKSON for land of Carrortrasna [Carrowtrasna, Parish Moville Lower, in the Barony Inishowen East],  in Manor of Green Castle, Barony Inishowen [Co. Donegal] for remainder of term of lease he held from Arthur CHICHESTER, proviso for redemption 2 Aug next. NOTE: This is the Beresford JACKSON son of William JACKSON (1628-1688) and Susan BERESFORD (?-1706). In TGF Paterson Book 135 at Armagh County Museum, there are notes of an indenture on 4 Aug 1714 btw Beresford JACKSON late of Ballymargay, Co. Londonderry Gent & Henry WRAY of Castle Wray. [Castlewray [Parish of Aghanunshin,, Barony Kilmacrenan],  Co. Donegal Esq. & Jane his wife (sister of Beresford) sells lands of Machronnon alias Mackroharnan, Gortlee, Carnamughagh, Bollencessuddan, Killalastin and tenements of Letterkenny … lying in Barony of Kilmkrennan, Co. Donegal to Henry WRAY. NOTE: This is the Beresford JACKSON son of William JACKSON (1628-1688) and Susan BERESFORD (?-1706). In TGF Paterson Book 135 at Armagh County Museum, there are notes of an indenture on 4 Aug 1714 btw Beresford JACKSON late of Ballymargay, Co. Londonderry Gent & Henry WRAY of Castle Wray Co. Donegal Esq. & Jane his wife (sister of Beresford) sells lands of Machronnon alias Mackroharnan, Gortlee, Carnamughagh, Bollencessuddan, Killalastin and tenements of Letterkenny … lying in Barony of Kilmkrennan, Co. Donegal to Henry WRAY. NOTE: Maghernagran, Gortlee,  Carnamogagh Lower, &  Carnamogagh Upper, Killylastin,, and Letterkenny, are all in the Parish Conwal, Barony Kilmacrenan, Co. Donegal.

15

280

7495

1716 May 7

BINGHAM, Henry S.-Josias BROWNE 1708-1729

15

333

7671

1708-1738

JOHNSTON-STEUART Carrickleane

15

339

7687

 

Found by Linde Lunney.

SEE: 16-349-7686 – likely much the same.

15

345

7715

1716 Jun 23

DENNISTOWN-KNOX Book 55

Btw George DENNISON of City of Dublin Merchant & Thomas KNOX of Dungannon, Co Tyrone Esq of other pt. [lands incl Aghavilly in Co Leitrim]

15

346

7719

1716 Jun 25

HAMILTON-CLAKE

Bwt William HAMILTON and Archibald HAMILTON both of Killyleagh, Co Down Esq of the 1 pt & James CLARKE of the same Merch of the other pt. demised to James LARKE all that Dwelling House or third pt of tenement wherein the sd James CLARKE now resides on the south west side of the High Street of Kilyleagh btw Mr James HAMILTON’s Dwelling House and the dwelling house of Gawen PETTECREW… [descry of land] for lives of  James CLARKE, Thomas CLARKE son of sd Jaes CLARKE & Hannah CLARKE daughter of sd James CLARKE.

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 Annaghivacky, Barronsland

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

15

376

7821

1716 Jul 24

Katherine Billop Widow Dublin 1717 Michael JACKSON clothier Pimlico – thanks to a Linde Lunney find.

Btw Katherine BILLOP of City of Dublin Widow & relict of John BILLOP her late husband and sole executrix and devisee of Josiah BILLOP her deceased son of the 1 pt; and Michael JACKSON of the same, clothier all that piece or parcel of land situate on the west side of Pimlico bounding on the east to the watercourse running by Pimlico on the west partly to the late holding of the widow EASTWOOD and partly to the Tenter fields now or lately belonging to Joseph THOMAS of Mill Street Miller on the North to the Watercourse of Trippiloe and on the south to a new lane leading from Pimlico to the said Tenter Fields with equal benefit of the said lane, also that piece or parcel of ground situate in an Alley on the West side of Pimlico leading to the Tenter fields of the same Joseph THOMAS on the south to the holding of  on the West to the holding of the said Michael JACKSON and on the North to the alley aforesaid 34 feet in front to the said Alley and 38 feet deep or thereabouts be it more or less with  all the walls enclosing the said ground and all buildings and improvemebts erected.. to hold to Michael JACKSON for the lives of George BOWLES, Samuel WATSON George BROOKE jr named in certain indentures See: Jackson of Pimlico.

15

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 and leases and mtg of deceased RAYNER…. Joyce JACKSON, widow, in consid of 129 pounds 17 s 11p + interest released lands to John CLAYTON NOTE: Joyce JACKSON née SHAW’s tree is at JACKSONs of Crooked Staff.  Her husband Robert JACKSON died 1711.

15

489

105611

 

1739-1810 NOTE: Bk 15 Must be wrong book number. NOTE: ROD 158-228-105611 is at Image 123. There is no mention of JACKSON, and it relates to Palmerstown , Parish of Palmerstown, Barony of Balrothery West,.

15

492

8436

1716 Dec 22

MOORE-BROUGHTON Notes from Co. Louth Townland Books [many lands]

WITNESS: Capt Francis HOWARD, Francis PEPPER of Atherdee Merchant, William LITTLE of Clintonrath & John ALLIN of Atherdee. Annaghivacky, Barronsland. NOTE: Capt Francis HOWARD married Elizabeth JACKSON. See JACKSONs of Coleraine.

16

108

7039

1708-1738

WHALEY-STEWART B. Armagh, B. Fews

16

108

7039

1708-1738

WHALEY-STEUART Mannaughquin als, Monnaghicon, Monaghpatrick, Moylarge, B Fews.

16

109

7040

 

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

16

209

7308

 

BAYLEY – MURRY Image 966 Gernasfarm Image 967 Dromullagh, Co. Louth  Grange,

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.

16

284

7505

1715 Dec 1

LANGFORD, SIR ARTHUR, Summerhill, Co. Meath, Bart. 1 Dec. 1715. Full, 3| pp., 9 May 1716. To be buried in my chapel at Summerhill. Brother Henry Langford. Nephew Hercules Rowley. Sister Susanna Langford. Niece Letitia Lady Viscountess Loftus of Ely. Cousin Susanna Clements and her children. Cousin Francis McNeale and children. " My cousins William Jenny and his sister Mary Usher." Children of my cousin Hercules Burleigh. Cousin Theophilus Burleigh. Cousin Arthur Burleigh and his children. Cousin Hercules Courtney, Esq., senr., his sons Hercules and Francis and his four youngest daughters. Cousins Hercules and Thomas Upton. Cousin Susanna Carey and her four sisters. Thomas Upton, Dublin Esq., trustee. Lady O'Neill, former annuitant. John Curtis, Dublin, Esq. Dr. Duncan Comyng (Cumyng). Mr. Joseph Boyse. Walter Stephens, Esq. Mrs. Ann Couse. Mr. Cheney. Mr. Oliver Bomford and Mr. John Charles, tenants. George Dennis trustee, and his son Arthur. Mr. Benjamin Pratt, trustee. Geo. Granger, John Fagan and George Baasman, servants. Bequests to Presbyterian Meeting Houses in Dublin, and £30 per annum for ever for a Presbyterian Minister at Summerhill.

The Manors of Killmakevett, Killelaugh, Massareen, Co. Antrim. Ederaowen in Manor Killulta, Co. Antrim. Carnegraney, Barony Ballaliney and other lands in Co. Antrim. Summerhill, Rahainstowne, Baconstown, Ballanderry, Jordanstowne, Ballygortogh, Iffernock, Agher Pallace, Adrams, Baldwinstown, Newtowne, Tobergregan, Adamstowne and other lands in Co. Meath. Merchant's Key, Skipper's Lane, city of Dublin, and lands in the county, city and suburbs of Dublin, and all other real and personal property etc. Witnesses: William Tyrrell, Minister of Rathmullion, Henry Shields, Ballygortagh, gent., and Benjamin Pratt, Agher Pallace, gent., all in Co. Meath. Memorial witnessed by : Ja. Wilde, Hen.  Buckley.. Hercules Rowley (seal) NOTE: Mary LANGFORD (d 1684) was the wife of Sir John ROWLEY, and a sister to Arthur LANGFORD. She was the sister of Susanna Langford, and mother of Arthur’s Nephew Hercules Rowley, and Niece Letitia Lady Viscountess Loftus of Ely

16

304

7559

1708-1738

John HAMILTON’s Will Carranaghs

16

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

Image 197

Abraham BALL of Darver, Co Louth & Florinda his wife of 1st part & John VAUGHAN of City of Dublin, Gent & Simon GOODWIN of Talbowtown [Talbotstown Lower or Talbotstown Upper], 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 townlands: Drumlougherry, Teer, Corliss, Annaghmarr, Sytrim, Cullyhanna, Raceeland, Cross [aka Crossmaglen], Munoge [Monag] & Urher [ Urcher], Drumnacavale, Emurycame, Legmoylinall, Barony of Fews, Co. Armagh and more lands in Barony of Orier, Co Armagh & Barony of Ruteath, Co. Meath … lands at Creekstown & the Moiety of town and lands of Knavinstown in Barony Ratoath Co. Meath … much legal language …for the use of Thomas BALL, eldest son of Abraham & Florinda and after his decease to male heirs and then to John BALL, 2nd son of Abraham & Florinda... Norman BALL 3rd son... Abraham BALL 4th son. NOTE: This is Abraham BALL (d 1740) and Florinda NORMAN (d 1753). His nephew John BALL (married Dorothy JACKSON (1686-1760). She was a daughter of William JACKSON and Elizabeth GORGES.

16

375

7756

1708-1729

CUMMIN

16

398

7812

1716 Jul 3

Image 221

WITNESS: John SALE Esq. of City of Dublin

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. SEE; Jacksons of Pimlico

16

422

7870

1716 Aug 4

Image 234

THEAKER … ARUNDEL …

Dwelling House or houses, Brewhouse & Malthouse then in possession of Ann & Mary & their undertenants … being on the [Poddle] Water & New Roe in Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore  in Co. Dublin with all Outhouses or Tenements, Stables Backsides, Gardens Ways, Passages & APpurts … bounded on the west by pthe street of Newroe on the south with Mr. SALEs Houses or concerns & on the North with the Kings pavement on the Poddle Water aforesaid and on the east with [Abel?] Robert MASONs and Mrs. GUSTARD’s houses containing in front to the Poddle Water 103’ & in front to Newroe 137’ … several brick houses …. Marriage Elizabeth THEAKER & John BRADY … WITNESS: John CARTEY & Henry BUCKLEY Gents of City of Dublin

17

18

8069

1708-1738

TICHBORNE-MURPHY B Fews

17

18

8069

1708-1738

TICHBORN et al- MURPHY Camoy, Cregganduffe, Carnally’B. Fews

17

18

8069

1708-1738

TICHBORN-MURPHY Glassdromin, B Fews

17

18

8069

1708-1738

TICHBORNE-MURPHY Kiltabane, Killanboly, Killobane, Killanbony, Kiltebane, B Fews

17

18

8069

1708-1738

TICHBORN-MURPHY Tullydonnell, B Fews

17

30

8091

1716 Oct 5

Jas Mitchell Dublin to James Jackson gent 1716 Dawson St 17 30 8091

James MITCHELL of the City of Dublin Joyner of the 1 pt & James JACKSON of the same City Gent of the other pt. reciting that Joshua DAWSON Esq by lease and release… granted to James MITCHELL all that piece of ground on south side of Dawsons St containing 65 feet fronting to Stephens Green containing to the front of Dawsons Street 226 feet and a half and containing 217 foot and a half  joining Joseph LEESON’s holding together with the new brick house wherein Mr. GLOVER then dwelt then lately erected by the said James MITCHELL and the old house and all the improvements then or lately standing there… to hold to James MITCHELL and his assigns for ever at yearly rent of £9 sterling and a sugar loaf at Christmas or 5 shillings in lieu thereof yearly forever… in consid of £315 to be paid to the said James JACKSON and also in consid of the sd James JACKSON making a deed of fee farm of the rest of the premises set to Mr. GLOVER.. land granted to James JACKSON in presence of James WILDE and William BARRY

17

104

8306

1716 July 6

Image 69

Btw Richard Lord Viscount ROSSE of one pt & Richard MITCHELBURNE of City of Dublin Esq of other pt. … in consid of £567 paid by Richard MITCHELBURNE… a number of townlands in Baron Arkloe, Co. Wicklow to hold for lives of Charles LAMBE eldest son of William LAMBE of Willow Grove Co Wicklow Esq. Richard LAMBE 2nd son and Lawrence CROW eldest son of William CROW of City of Dublin Gent…. WITNESS: William LAMB, Francis ANDERSON. NOTE: Richard MITCHELBURN was a brother of Col John MITCHELBURN. Richard MITCHELBURN’s wife was a Mary JACKSON.  He was from Ballyarthur (Baile Artúir) , Castlemacadam Civil Parish, Barony of Arklow, Co. Wicklow

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

Image 102

PEPPARD, Jacob RozMcC

Deed BTW Joseph FOSTER Master of Corp of Taylors Dublin commonly known by the name of the Fraternity of St John the Baptist of Dublin George QUARRY and Charles TINDALL master of said fraternity & William ASTON merchant of Dublin.  All of town or village called Baskin in Barony of Cooloch Co Dublin… lands late in [possession of Arthur SMITH Gent and all that Lot in Oxmantown in Parish of St. Michans without the walls. In City of Dublin in length from the Highway or pavement in the east unto Oxmantown green containing length backwards three score and 18 yards… south to lands of St Catherine’s Guild in the Church of St. Michans…… lots of tenants mentioned incl John ROBSON als ROBINSON & Nicholas VICKERS & Thomas ANDERSON… also lands in Town of Wicklow, Co. Wicklow then in possession of Jacob PEPPARD. Esq. [Complicated – and I have not made sense of it all – only that the connection btw Drogheda & Oxmantown is interesting]

17

243

8684

1716 Jan 25

Image 140 1708-1738

MARKES-TIPPING Par Loghall

BTW William MARKES of Clovenden Parish Loughgall, Co. Armagh of 1 pt & Thomas TIPPIN [TIPPING] of Aghanbegg & Mary RICHARDSON of Agrylogher Widow of same parish & Co.  Last will of William RICHARDSON late of Agrylogher … 40a in upper part of Cloveneden now in tenure & occupation of Hugh WALLACE Gent  14a3r & Land of Cloveneden now in occupation of John HENAN [KENAN?] 21a

17

294

8878

1716 Mar 16

Image 167

Deed of Mtg btw John SALE of Co. Dublin Esq of the other part. Reciting that Edward KENNEDY of Mountkennedy Co. Wicklow deceased and Dame Katherine KENNEDY his wife did by an indenture of lease Sept 15, 1709 set unto John SALE all that land by the name Sandymount Park containing 10 acres more or less in Manor of Mountkennedy Parish and Barony of Newcastle Co. Wicklow for term of 3 lives renewable for rent of one pepper during the life of John SALE … mtg to Richard WARBURTON. NOTE: The one peppercorn rent would seem to indicate some kind of a family connection between SALE and KENNEDY.

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

20

8218

1716 Oct 20

Patrick McCULLAGH of Dublin City, Merchant witnessed deed. RozMcC

18

48

8302

1716 Sep 27 & 28

JACKSON-MITCHELL

Image 359 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. Containing in front to said green 36’ to the front of Dawsons Street running levill to Mr. GLOVERs Stable 115’ on the West side to Mr. GLOVER’s holding containing 110’9” and on the north to Mr. GLOVERs Stable containing3 ½’ with the new brick house building the said James MITCHELL to the front of the said Green and all of the buildings and improvements thereon wherein Samuel ROWLAND now dwells the same being all the rest & residue of a piece of ground of which the said premises… granted in a Fee Farm by Josua DAWSON Esq. to said James MITCHELL now set to said Mr. GLOVER WITNESS: Robert WALLIS Clke to William BARRY of City of Dublin Scrivener and by William BARRY. James JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: see also #8091.

18

56

8332

1708-1738

HAMILTON-SCOTT Cornerow, B. Fews

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 Dolphins barn Lane Dublin, of corner house on Cork street next to Magpye House [aka Magpie 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

1716 Mar 15

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

Between Joseph JACKSON of Cork St. & Dolphins Barn Lane, Co. Dublin, weaver of 1st part & John TAGG of Meath St. In Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore in said Co. Weaver ... description including Magpie House, Ropers Rest House Limekill House ... term 500 years at a peppercorn & annual rent. WITNESS: Benjamin JOHNSTON Clerk to Edward DALTON, notary.

18

193

8822

1713 Mar 15

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] Thanks to Mike of Vancouver.

18

200

8839

1708-1738

GRAHAM-GRAHAM Outlack als , Outlarkon, B Fews

18

236

8929

1708-1738

GRAHAM-GRAHAM McCantrim, B Fews

18

261

9002

1708-1729

LUNE

18

266

9017

1717 May 7

BARON-MURPHY Notes from Co. Louth Townland Books Annaghivacky, Barronsland

John BARON of Atherdee, Co Louth, Gent & Patrick MORPHY of Bellcotton Co Louth, Gent. Reciting Timothy ARMITAGE & Pricilla his wife demised to William 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

314

9144

1708-1729

TENNER & ors

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

11

9174

1717 May 25

Huddy Tullow Waterford Edward Jackson Buttevant 1717; 19 11 9174 witness George Jackson- thanks to this find by Linde Lunney

HUDDY-JACKSON

Joseph HUDDY of Tallow, Co Waterford & Edward JACKSON of Battevant Co Cork, Gent  WITNESS: George JACKSON of Glanbegg, Co Waterford Gent & Walter RAWLEIGH of Mitchelstown, Co. Cork Esq.

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 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

173

9910

1708-1739

MAXWELL-TUIT Enagh, Castlerahan Civil Parish, Barony of Castlerahan

19

187

9945

1717 Jul 23

William McCULLAGH witnessed will of Josua WILCOCKS. NOTE: Abel STRETTEL was the executor. RozMcC

19

263

10117

1708-1729

ELLIS

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: In 1716, after the death of husband John BILLOP in 1714, Catherine married Michael JACKSON. See: JACKSONs of Pimlico. I suspect that John BILLOP was a son of the Catherine BILLOP of this will.

19

392

10419

1708-1738

WRIGHT-WRIGHT Book 43 (1708-1738) Corduffles

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.

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 part. James JACKSON let to James BANKHEAD 11/6 part of freehold called Clanlary, Parish of Camassmacasque, Co. Londonderry. WITNESS: Benjamin JOHNSON, Clerk & Edward DALTON, Notary. NOTE: Probably Camus Macosquin Glebe, Parish Macosquin, Barony of Coleraine.

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

13

9545£

1717 Aug 7

Edward REILLY 1708-1729

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BTW Duncan CUMYNG of City od Diblin Doctor of Physic of 1 pt & Edward REILLY of City of Dublin Esq. of the other pt. Lease btw Duncan CUMYNG and Sir Marcus BERESFORD of Kilbrew Co. Meath Bart of the 1 pt & the said Edward REILLY of the other pt.,,, in consideration of £2197.7s paid by Edward REILLY … confirmed  released town and lands of Polekeele Garrysallagh Aghavonan Clonbockoge Aghocashell Killicunny Cross[?]eagh Lisdonbrim and Clonkeene all in the Barony of Castlerahan and CLonmahon and Co. Cavan. The Ten Poles of land in possession of Mr. James KIRWOOD the town and Lands of Ballymagoneran Ballyhede Gort[uc]well Shanbally Poles in Edward FITZPARTICK holding the lands of Buratony and Lisorty in Barony Tullaha Co. Cavan … WITNESS: James HORVISON of City of Dublin Gent Henry HART of City of Dublin Merchant & William DICK Clerke to Samuel COTTON of the same Notary Public.

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OLIVER, Robert of Claroosey, Limerick.  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

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COLE-TUIT

Barony Castlerah Enagh, Castlerahan Civil Parish, Barony of Castlerahan

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HAMILTON, SIR FRANCIS[1],, Castlehamilton, Co. Cavan, Bart. 19 Jan. 1713. Precis, 1 p., 25 Feb. 1713. Wife Dame Anne Hamilton. Father Sir Charles Hamilton, deceased. Nephew Arthur Cecill. Castle Hamilton, the market town of Killyshandra with customs of fairs and marketts, Kirilagh, Portnaqueen, Inchsonakeile, Gollan, Cordeale, Derrigid, Gortanoule, Portalosse, Killytowna, Corragh, Dysart, Drumellies, East and West Tomlogh, Drumboe, Gortenagerie, Drumerin, Clonnie, Gorteneclogh, Port, Drumines with the Corn Mill, the Bawne als. Dirrindrehett, Aghnecloy, Aghanadran, Deroskert, Cappagh, Drumransk, Aghahulikie, Drumconlister, Ardra, Dirandcrosse, Drumgoe, Drumgoone, Loghard, Drumhillagh, Drumbesse, Garragher, Drummamrie, Drumwhilan, Corr, Gortenardris, the Two Tenenseiris, Drumcon, Corralisse, Mills of Cloghie, Pole of Cloghie, Drumcaghall, the Two Aghasnox, Shancorr, Bruse, Lassall, Sollaghies, Dingans, Knocknecoghie, Gortnatiriffe, Drumcarry, Baye, Shancarr, Drumkirrin, Quinie, [? Quivvy], Drumroe, Drumkirinemore, Cortober, Aghavains, Corrfrle, the Two fishing Weirs, Portanare, the Pole of Scrabagh, the town of Scrabagh with the market, fairs, customs and mill, Cloone, Mulrek, Armagh, Dirrinacapell, Cornegrane, Cornemucklagh and Carfrie, all in B. Tullahuncha [Tullyhunco], Co. Cavan. Advowsons of the parish church of Killshandra, lands of Leitrina, Toome, Kilmore, Aghaconny, Clonagh, Aghakilmore, Innis, Danagh, Lisrorty, Farmolagh, Drumard and Ballyduffe, all in B. Granard, Co. Longford. Drumaker, Co. Leitrim. Letterkenny, Parish Conwal, Barony Kilmacrenan] Co. Donegal. And all other lands in the Co. Cavan, Longford and Leitrim. Witnesses : Charles Steuart, Dublin, Esq., Rev. Hugh Skellern, Killyshandra, clerk, Charles Sempkill, near Killyshandra, gent., Alexr. Brock, Co. Longford, gent. Memorial witnessed by : Richard Young, Dromgoone, Co. Cavan, gent., Will. Hamilton. Anne Hamilton (seal)

 

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BALL,Richard-DOBSON1708-1729

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Richard BALL of City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt & Eliphall DOBSON of Dublin Stationer of other pt. … 22a part of Simon’s Court bounded on both sides of the High Road leaading from Dublin to Stillorgan for 18 years…

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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

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PEPPARD, Jacob. City of Dublin.

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By lease & release dated 10 & 11 May 1708, John WILLETT (son and heir of Richard WILLETT), sold to said Jacob PEPPARD for £130 Cloghmacoe, Barony Moyergallen, Co Meath, also  reciting whereas Walter REILLY alleges the said Richard WILLET did by indenture 27 Feb 1691 demise all his Lands in Ireland to John WILLETT had granted 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 John WILLETT and Hannah HOLFORD one of the daughters of Thomas HOLFORD Citizen and Baker of London… made the property over to Humphry WILLETT & William HUNT executors + 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

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Martha McCULLOCH & ors to CAMPBELL

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BROWN to OVEREND Upper Sego

 

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JOHNSTON, William-HENRY    

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BROWN, Thomas-his will City of Cork

Not needed for now

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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 [aka Magpye] 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 … lives of Henry PERCY, Robert PERCY & John[WOOD?]” WITNESSES: Benjamin JOHNSTON & Charles MEARES clerks to Edward DALTON Public Notary in Dublin.

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Btw Thomas M’CULLY Taylor & Ann POTTS als M’CULLY wide of the sd Thomas of the 1 pt & James WORRALL of same sity Clerk of other pt…all that or those the Brickhouse or tenement on Kings St in Oxmantown in Parish of St Michans bounded on the north to Kings St afsd on the south by a wall belonging to Robert SHAPCOTT Esq. on the west by a stone wall beoning to the sd Robert SHAPCOTT on the east by a brick house belonging to George CLAPHAM Clk. Containing in front towards Kings St 54 feet or thereabouts on the south 42 or thereabouts on the west 54 or thereabouts and on the east 65 feet or thereabouts..

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1718 Apr 26

MOORE-TISDALE Notes from Co. Louth Townland Books  Annaghivacky, Barronsland

MOORE-ARMSTRONG Significant number of townlands in Co Monaghan and Co Louth.

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Crossley’s Extracts

George GORE Attorney General & William GORE Woodford, Co. Leitrim

Wrong number – this book goes from 11010 to 11012 Pg # 138 has mem# 10073.

NOTE: It is also listed this way in the Lessors index.

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BTW Rt Hon Arthur Earl of Donegal & Rt Hon Lucy Countess of Donegal his wife of 1st pt; Rt Hon Lucy Countess Dowager of Londonderry of 2nd pt Rt Hon Catherine Countess Dowager of Donegall the Hon John CHICHESTER Jun Esq. only brother of said Arthur Earl of Donegal and Hon John CHICHESTER Uncle of said Earl of 3rd pt.; Rt Hon James Earl of Barrymore the Hon Thomas COOT of Coothill, Co. Cavan Esq. late one of the justices in his Majesty’s Court of Chief Place the Rt. Rev Father in God Adam Lord Bishop of St. Davids and the Rt. Hon Richard Lord Baron of Cobham Great Britain Richard BOOTH of City of London Esq. & Thomas HUTTON of Popleton Co. York Esq. of 4th pt.; Bradwardine JACKSON of Bolton Co. York Bart & Robert TENCH of City of Dublin Esq. of 5th pt.; Sir Pierce BUTLER of [Garryhandon?] Co. Catherlogh [aka Carlow] Bart  and Hans HAMILTON City of Dublin Esq of 6th pt; Rev William CHICHESTER the rector of Cranfield in the District of Connor, Co. Antrim eldest son of the said William [CHICHESTER] & Arthur Chichester 2nd son of William CHICHESTER of the 7th pt. Whereby the said Arthur CHICHESTER in pursuance and performance of certain articles made & entered into on the marriage of the said Earl of Donegal with the said Countess and for containing his estate in the blood of the CHICHESTERs further than by the articles now limited & required … sold to James Earl of Barrymore Thomas Coot Adam Lord Bishop of St. Davids Richard Baron of Cobham Richard BOOTH and Thomas HUTTON in their actual possession by virtue of a sale made by said Arthur Earl of Donegal for term of one year by indenture … Castle Mannor Towns and Lands of Belfast and the Towns and Lands known as the Fall Malone Dunmurry Cynament Cave & Carmoney in Co. Antrim or elsewhere in Ireland and also lands in Co. Donegal that is to say Lislane containing two quarters and a half, Kinegar containing two ballyboes of land,

and Monagh containing ¼ late in occupancy of Paul BENSON his undertenants… Claghmore & all other lands of Eal of Donegal in occupation of Ezekial & Elizabeth BENSON… and all the lands of the said Earl then in occupation of Arthur BENSON… Leitrim containing 2 Ballyboes in occupation of Shane BRILLAGHAM… [Vaskill?] containing 2 Ballyboes in occupation of Capt George BUTLER … containing 5 Ballyboes  … then in occupation of John BUNBURY Carrickabracky & the Mill then in occupation of Col. John CUNNINGHAM…. And the Mill … late in the occupancy of William CARY his undertakers of assigns … Magheridrummon  and all other Lands of said Earl late in occupation of John CUNNINGHAM… … [?shell] containing half a quarter of land late in occupation of Robert CARY… Glentogher [aka Carrowmore or Glentogher, Parish of Donagh. Barony Inishowen East] & Red Castle Mill [aka Redd Castle, Townland Carrickmaquigley, Parish Moville Upper, Barony Inishowen East] llate in occupation of William CARY bering ¼ of land .. [Clamroe?] & Ballyderone and all lands of the said Earl late in occupation of George CARY then late in occupation of Daniel McCALLIN & Stephen BUTLER or undertnenats containing 4 quarters of land Ballynally … late in occupation of [?] CARY his undertenants then in occupation of of William CALLWELL & John SASKY & their undertenants late in occupation of Robert CARY & undertenants Lifsfanan & all the other lands of the said Earl then in occupation of John COWAN & his undertenants …  Carrowbleagh then in occupation of Hugh & Neal DOGHERTY& their undertenants Ballynasy Carrowmore [There are three Carrowmore townlands: Carrowmore, Parish of Culdaff,; Carrowmore,  Parish of Clonca,; and Carrowmore or Glentogher, Parish of Donagh. All in Barony Inishowen East – I suspect it is the latter.]  & Gleneely & all other lands of the Earl then in occupation of Anthony DOBBEN & his undertenants, Ballycarran etc late in occupation of Charles DAVENPORT etc Ballyelaghan then late in occupation of Hugh DOGHERTY or John CROOKSHANKES etc Ballykeeny in occupation of Roger DOGHERTY

… Keenagh then in occupation of Rory DOGHERTY & undertenants … two tates of land then in occupation of James ELEER[?] and John CAMPBELL & undertenants Birt containing eleven quarters [I suspect Eleven Ballyboes, Parish Moville Lower, Barony of Inishowen East] of land in occupation of John FORWARD and undertenants subject to the said lands called the Birt [aka? Burt, Barony of Inishowen West.] to lease for life of said John FORWARD to term of 29 years in trust to his executor … then in occupation of Andrew FERGHSON [FERGUSON] & his tenants & Tidd and Caragh containing ¼ of lands late in occupation of Walter KARN[????] & undertenants Crossconnell and the mill or any lands called Mills of said Earl then or late in occupation of George HART & undertenants etc … 4 quarters Ardma[?]nihen in occupation of Collonel Henry HART[2] & undertenants … and all other lands of said Earl in occupation of John HARVEY his undertenants etc.. Donelly Church Lands then in occupancy of Andrew HAMILTON & undertakers etc .. [Duanare?] … and other part of Earl’s Lands in occupation of James & William LINDSAY & undertenants Errismenagh & Lister late in occupancy of James & John LINDSAY… lands in occupation  McNAW[?]of Henry LONG & undertenants … Ballyarlashy[?] Gortesnigan & Ballagh & all lands in occupation of Alexander LECKY & undertenants Ballynagrorly[?] & lands late in occupation of William LATHAM & undertenants… Kings containing half a quarter of Lane … in occupation of James McDEVLIN & undertenants … in occupation of McNAW[?] & assigns … Henry McN[?]NUS & BUTLER  Mossaglin late in occupation of Pheleny McLAUGHLIN ….  Carronbeg late in occupation of Alexander McNABB .. Corbitt late in occupation of William McCLINTOCK… the Islands in the Sea called Grave Islands in occupation of Kiney McM[???]  … Clare late in occupation of Owen McLAUGHLIN… Charles NORMAN Carrowmore … John PORTER…  [Aveny] QUIGLY … Carrorstrastry, Ballynahan, Grissleastle thereto belonging to land called Shrove  and lands late in occupation of John RANKIN & undertenants … Inch containing 6 quarters of land … in occupation Triststram SWETENHARDS & tenants …

William STEWART … Robert THOMPSON … Charles VAUGHAN … containing eleven Quarters of land  …. Occupation of William VAUGHAN undertakers … William YOUNG … Ballyechains then in occupation of Roger YOUNG … Manor of Dunbrody Co. Wexford … Lands of Earl of Donegal in several counties of  Co. Donegall, Antrim, Londonderry, County of Town of Carrickfergus & elsewhere in Kingdom of Ireland …

NOTE: This deed is lengthy – and I did not capture all of it, nor can I vouch for all the spelling of names and places. A copy is also at PRONI D509/45.

Also see British Archives C 11/1726/29:

Plaintiffs: Katherine [Chichester] dowager Countess of Donegall, Ireland and Hon John Chichester, esq (younger son of Arthur [Chichester] late earl of Donegall, deceased and said Katherine [Chichester] Countess of Donegall his wife) infant (by his mother).

Defendants: Arthur [Chichester] Earl of Donegall and Lucy Londonderry, Thomas Coote, esq, Hans Hamilton, esq, Sir Peirce Butler bart, Robert Tench, esq, Thomas Vigors, James [Barry] Earl of Barrymore, Sir Bradwardine Jackson, Richard Booth, esq, Thomas Hutton, esq, Adam [Ottley] Bishop of St Davids and Richard [Temple] Baron of Cobham. Date of bill (or first document): 1718 [Chichester] Countess of Donegall his wife, Lucy [Ridgeway] dowager Countess of Londonderry, Thomas Coote, esq, Hans Hamilton, esq, Sir Peirce Butler bart, Robert Tench, esq, Thomas Vigors, James [Barry] Earl of Barrymore, Sir Bradwardine Jackson, Richard Booth, esq, Thomas Hutton, esq, Adam [Ottley] Bishop of St Davids and Richard [Temple] Baron of Cobham.

Date of bill (or first document): 1718

 NOTE: I am curious about the involvement of Bradwardine JACKSON (b abt 1670). It may be the BOOTH or OTTLEY connection.NOTE: This deed is lengthy – and a copy is also at PRONI D509/45.

Also see British Archives C 11/1726/29:

Plaintiffs: Katherine [Chichester] dowager Countess of Donegall, Ireland and Hon John Chichester, esq (younger son of Arthur [Chichester] late earl of Donegall, deceased and said Katherine [Chichester] Countess of Donegall his wife) infant (by his mother).

Defendants: Arthur [Chichester] Earl of Donegall and Lucy Londonderry, Thomas Coote, esq, Hans Hamilton, esq, Sir Peirce Butler bart, Robert Tench, esq, Thomas Vigors, James [Barry] Earl of Barrymore, Sir Bradwardine Jackson, Richard Booth, esq, Thomas Hutton, esq, Adam [Ottley] Bishop of St Davids and Richard [Temple] Baron of Cobham. Date of bill (or first document): 1718 [Chichester] Countess of Donegall his wife, Lucy [Ridgeway] dowager Countess of Londonderry, Thomas Coote, esq, Hans Hamilton, esq, Sir Peirce Butler bart, Robert Tench, esq, Thomas Vigors, James [Barry] Earl of Barrymore, Sir Bradwardine Jackson, Richard Booth, esq, Thomas Hutton, esq, Adam [Ottley] Bishop of St Davids and Richard [Temple] Baron of Cobham.

Date of bill (or first document): 1718

 NOTE: I am curious about the involvement of Bradwardine JACKSON (b abt 1670). It may be the BOOTH or OTTLEY connection.

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

PEPPARD-BLAIR

Jacob PEPPARD of City of Dublin Esq & Humphry BLAIR of City of Dublin Upholder of the other pt.

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1718 Jul 23

Lease & release btw Archbishop Priate of Ireland Samuel DOPPING of City of Dublin, Esq. & Francis BERNARD Esq of sd city trustees apt by last will and testament of William HAMILTON late of Callidon Co Tyrone Deceased of the one pt & Henry OSBORNE of Dardistown Co Meath Esq of the other pt., 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 WITNESS incl Henry BUCKLEY clerk to Bruen WORTHINGTON Registrar.

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1717 Jan 28

Magherdogherry Image 115 in townland

HARDY-CLOSE

Image 497

BTW James HARDY of Magherdogherty Co. Armagh, Gent of 1 pt & Henry CLOSE of Waringstown Co. Down Gent of the other pt. in consideration of 46 pounds HARDY sold to CLOSE 46a of Magherdogherty in Manor of Jonestown Parish Mullabrack, Co. Armagh then in James HARDY’s possession with Buildings, Barns, Gardens, Pastures, Feedings, Messuages, Underwoods …for the term and lives granted by Mr. Henry HUNTER. WITNESSES: James WALKINSHAW of Tonaghmore Co. Armagh,, Farmer; David MOFFET of same, husbandman &  of Mulvilly Co. Armagh Gents.

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NEWTON-TOPPIN Par Loghall

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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….

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1718 Nov 17

David McCULLAGH & Wife to FOWLER 1708-1729

David McCULLAGH of Newtownlimavady Co Londonderry & Anne his wife one of the daughters and coheiresses of James [BOUY? BOVY] late of Newtownlimavady, merchant deceased in consid of 650 pounds released to Charles FOWLER of Newtownlimavady Merchant.. lands in Newtownlimavady WITNESS: Nicholas LANE, Samuel KING, John BOYLE & Charles CLARKE all of Newtownlimavady Gents.

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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 South side of Upper 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. AnneChamney

NOTE: I suspect a connection to: Jacksons of Crooked Staff.

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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 ... incl Malthouses and outhouses WITNESSES Whitfield Doyne, Richard JACKSON, of the City of Dublin  & by Michael Doyle and Thomas Cook of Dublin. NOTE: This is probably the same Henry ARKWRIGHT mentioned in the 1705 will of Samuel JACKSON.

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1715 Nov 4

David McCULLAGH & ors to ROSS 1708-1729 David McCULLAUGH of Newtownlimavady, Co. Londonderry was 3rd party, husband of Anne BOVY (daughter of James BOVY deceased of Newtownlimavady). For £260 paid by William ROSS, John COWAN + David McCULLAGH +Anne McCULLAGH did discharge William ROSS and grant lands of Claughan, Carrick + Muldoine in Co Londonderry Thanks to Peter McWilliam.

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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.

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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 RUTLAND; Nathaniel GREVILLE; Ben HALL. 1717 Mar 6 AnneChamney

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MARKES-NEWTON Par Loghall

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DAWSON-SANDS Grange,

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SHIRLEY, James-SMITH

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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

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BELL, Janett-WALKER

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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 ...

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Mr. ROE’s will Cananeale, Par Loghall

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BTW Adam JACKSON of Pimlico in Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore, Co. Dublin weaver of 1 pt & John BONYNGE of Cabaragh Co. Dublin Esq. of other pt. Reciting  that Josiah BILLOP late of Dublin, Merchant deceased in lease 28 Sep 1713 demised in an Alley on west side of Pimlico leading to the Tenter Fields of Joseph THOMAS bounded on the East with Backsides of Five Houses belonging to Joseph Thomas, on the south by the holding of John BUCKLEY on the west to the holding of Michael JACKSON and on the north by the said Alley containing in front 34’ & 38’ deep for lives mentioned with renewal and that Adam JACKSON granted to John BONYNGE. WITNESS: Henry PLUNKETT, John GEOGHAN; Val KEARON & John FLINN.

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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 Cabaragh 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 See: Jackson of Pimlico.

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O’HARA-MAGENNIS et al Forkhill 1708-1738

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BTW Charles O’HARA of City of Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & Arthur MAGENIS of Cabragh and Tully O’NEILL of [H]andmoyle, Co. Down Gent of other pt. Granted lands of Forkhill Co. Armagh [townlands are named] to Arthur MAGENNIS & Tully O’NEILL for 31 years. WITNESS: Robert MOORE of City of Dublin Gent & Luke DELAFIELD of Dublin Gent.

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JACKSON-BELL[E] Bk 71 Book Index 1708-1729 Mountmellick

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).

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Tripartite agreement Mountmellick

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LESLIE-CONOLLY Book 43 (1708-1738) Laragh Corfadda

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,

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1709 Oct 13

JACKSON-USHER Book Index 1708-1729
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Richard JACKSON of the City of Dublin Gent of the one part & Peter USHER of same City Founder of the other part. JACKSON demised a house in Kings Street City of Dublin to USHER where William GAINES lately lived and all that said House or Tenement with backside and gardens etc. now in Peter USHERs possession lying or being in King Street City of Dublin  To hold to said Peter USHER  from 1st June past Lease for 40 years rent of £7  with Clause of renewal for such time as Richard JACKSON shall obtain from the Vicars Choralls of St. Patrick’s Church of Dublin in presence of John DRURY City of Dublin, Gent & Edward DEMPSTER of same Coffeeman. George BUTLE Attorney. 1718 Mar 18

NOTE: This is the Richard JACKSON who inherited from Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706). ROD: 36-270-22257 on December 14, 1722: For term of 50 years rent of £26. Witnessed Lewis JONES City of Dublin &  & John PURCELL now of the City of Corke Gent & William BARRY of City of Dublin Richard JACKSON to Farmer GLOVER of house wherein James ROBBINS lately dwelt on or near King Street in suburbs of Dublin city, with stable on east side built by Samuel JACKSON + lge garden on south side of house & stable, also tenement on east side of garden + liberty of egress & regress through passage from premises to King Street, as demised by Samuel JACKSON to James ROBBINS, from 29 Sept then next for 50 years at £26 ster rent. WITNESSES: Lewis JONES, Esq. of Dublin City; John PURECK, Gent, now of Cork City; William BARRY Scribe of Dublin City; John SMITH, Notary Public of Dublin City.

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

322

13552

1708-1729

REILLY

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

479

14120

1708-1738

STERNE-TIPPING Darcy, Drumhill, B. Fews

23

479

14126

1708-1738

STEARNE-TIPPING Finniskin, B Fews

23

480

14128

Bk 55

JONES-REYNALL

23

547

14387

1719 Nov 6

ISAAC TO REED Killyruden

 

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

24

3

12651

1708-1738

ORSON-PIPARD Bk 71

24

17

12810

1708-1738

WHALLEY-WHALLEY B. Armagh

24

17

12810

1708-1738

WHALLEY-WHALLEY Mannaughquin als, Monnaghicon, Monaghpatrick, Moylarge, B Fews.

24

78

13102

 

BURTON to George JACKSON city Limerick merchant 1718

24

132

13293

1708-1739

MAXWELL-BARRY Enagh, Castlerahan Civil Parish, Barony of Castlerahan

24

143

13324

1708-1739

O’NEIL-MAXWELL Enagh, Castlerahan Civil Parish, Barony of Castlerahan 1708-1739

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Lengthy deed – dozens of townlands, including Enagh.

BTW John O’NEIL of Dunmore. Co. Antrim Es. & Rev. Dr. Henry LESLIE Arch deacon of Down; Samuel WARING of Waringstown Co Down Esq.Charles CAMPBELL of City of Dublin Esq. Hans HAMILTON of City of Dublin Trustees nominated by Act of Parliament in 12th year of reign of late majesty Queen Anne on he marriage of Lord Massarene & his Lady Rachel Vice-countess Massarene [Clotworthy Skeffington,  (1656-1714) 3rd Viscount Massereene and Rachel Hungerford ]…

24

153

158

13357

1708-1738

MIERS to DONNALDSON Lisrannty, (TI Bk 71)

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

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 Knockneigh

Co Armagh T?gher

24

245

13691

1708-1738

DAWSON-KERR Book 43 (1708-1738) Edenforan

24

379

14080

1715 Jul 1

Robert MONTGOMERY-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

24

385

14103

1718 Jun 25

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Will of John WILLIAMS of Drumgar, Parish of Sego, Co. Armagh [McWILLIAMS?], wife Anne, son William WILLIAMS who was not yet of age, … land left to John McWILLIAMS from his mother now in possession of Edward McCONWELL & Thomas DILLWARTIN Dromgare

24

482

1449?

1708-1738

STERNE-LEIGH Darcy, Drumhill, B. Fews

24

492

14494

1708-1738

STEARN-LEIGH Finniskin, B Fews

25

57

13497

1714 Dec 13

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

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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 Portavo [Portane?]of the one pt. & the said John JACKSON all that part of the lands of Ballyreagan formerly possessed by John DENHAM & all that parcel of land within the town land of Ballyreagan formerly possessed by Robert JACKSON father of said John JACKSON, and then in said JACKSON’s possession being in the Parish Dundonald, Co. Down as the same was meared, bounded and possessed by the said John JACKSON tho otherwise… all the rights… to John JACKSON his heirs and assigns. ... yearly rent of £18 sterling or in lieu thereof 3s and one Bristoll Barrell of good and sufficient [?] cleaned and  Oats or in lieu of that 3s at the choice of James ROSS his heirs and assigns is to be free and fairly paid over and above all Tythes, assessed Taxes and Country Charges … plus every 20 years the full sum of £9 sterling over and above the annual rent … the said John JACKSON for and in consideration of £5 paid before the ensealing of this indenture by Thomas JACKSON … [NOTE a lot of legal language follows, which I would need to transcribe in order to better follow, but which makes me curious about the need to be so specific]. WITNESS James RATCLIFFE of Belfast, Co. Antrim, clothier; Andrew WALKER of Dundonald, Co. Down, yeoman; Richard LOWDER of Belfast, Gent. Thomas JACKSON [SEAL] NOTE: It may be that there are two generations of Thomas JACKSONs. There are two separate parcels of land within Ballyreagan being addressed here. SEE; Tree of Jackson of Co. Down.

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145

14415

1719 Nov 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) Meath [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.

NOTE: There are several Woodtown townlands in Co. Meath, but this one is supposedly in Barony Ratoath, and it does not show there in contemporary records. In other records the townland of Woodtown is paired for sale with Newtown, B. Ratoath.

25

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.) Meath from Thomas CARTER unto Robert JACKSON (then of Blackhall, Kildare) 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.

NOTE: There are several Woodtown townlands in Co. Meath, but this one is supposedly in Barony Ratoath, and it does not show there in contemporary records. In other records the townland of Woodtown is paired for sale with Newtown, B. Ratoath.

25

172

14626

1719 Dec 24

Will of Richard MITCHELBOURNE

Bequeathed to his wife Mary MITCHELBOURNE, 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 [Lawrence CROW]  eldest son of cousin Jane CROW, and if no heirs to Richard LAMB, 2nd son of his cousin William and Ann LAMB … NOTE: NOTE: Richard MITCHELBURN was a brother of Col John MITCHELBURN.who married in 1690 a Susan BERESFORD, widow of William JACKSON, and this John MITCHELBOURNE was also raised at Ballyarthur. Richard MITCHELBURN’s wife was a Mary JACKSONBallyarthur (Baile Artúir) , Castlemacadam Civil Parish, Barony of Arklow, Co. Wicklow

From Eustace abstracts: 188 MITCHELBURNE, RICHARD, Dublin, gent. 31 Jan. 1715. Narrate, J p., 24 Dec. 1719. Wife Mary als. Jackson, extx. Sister Mrs. Rachell Sandham. Niece Mrs. Elizabeth Syms. Niece Mrs. Mary Syms. Law. Crow, eldest son of his cozen Jane Crow. Richard Lamb, second son of his cozen William and Anne Lamb. His brother Mitchelburn. Michael and John Syms, William Crow, Jane Kirby and her children, Alice Charles, Richard Dickinson, Cornett John Russell, John Osborn (friend) and Sarah his wife, legatees. Ballyarthur, the two Ballanas [? Ballanagh, Co. Wicklow], Knockduffe, Ballycullen [? Co. Wicklow], Ballynesragh, Killkashell and Rutland [situation not mentioned? all in Co. Wicklow]. Witnesses : Richard Vincent, Francis Anderson, Dublin, gents., Francis Armitstead, clerk to said Francis Anderson. Memorial witnessed by : Francis Anderson, Chris. Inch, Will, Crow. 25, 172, 14626. Mary Mitchelburne (seal)

25

173

14662

1708-1739

MAXWELL-SINGLETON Enagh, Castlerahan Civil Parish, Barony of Castlerahan

25

190

14709

1718 Jul 18

From Eustace Wills: RILEY, EDWARD, Dublin, Esq. 18 July 1718. Narrate, 3| p., 18 Jan. 1719. Wife Mary Riley. Son James Riley. A former settlement of £20 per annum for maintenance of the then wife of said James the son " whilst she continued his wife and resided in England." Daughter Martha Towers, Anthony Towers her only son. Daughter Anne Vincent. Her eldest son Edward Vincent, her second son Thomas, her third son Spencer and her fourth son Richard Vincent. His brother James. His grandson Richard Nuttall son of his daughter Lucy Nuttall deceased. Walter Rily [? Riley], Castletown, Co. Meath, gent. Richard Mitchellburne, Ballyarthur, Co. Wicklow, Esq., and John Ormsby, Esq., trustees. Lands of inheritance in counties Meath, Westmeath and Tipperary : Killeen, Rathmore, Flaghbegg, Fiermore, Killenmoda, Sheashaghinore, Burroskeane and fairs and marketts, Liscantane and bog and commons, and Gatross [? Gaulross] all in Co. Tipperary. Orestown, Killmainhambegg, Leastowne, Felltown, St. John's Land, Kell, Gardenrath, Syddenrath, Rectorys of Gorly [Girley], and Martry, Tankardstown and tythes, Harlestown, Milltown als. Milestown, Boolish, Donogpatrick, Archerstowne, impropriate tythes etc., all in Co. Meath. Williamstown, Simonstown and Mayne, Co. Westmeath. Ormond Key and High Street, Dublin. Ballymurroghroe, Co. Wicklow. Witnesses: Rev. James Cunningham, Armagh, clerk, Richard Cunningham, Dublin, merchant, Francis Anderson, Dublin, gent. Memorial witnessed by : Francis Anderson, J. Stothard. Ann Vincent (seal) 25, 190, 14709. Rich. Vincent (seal)

NOTE: Richard MITCHELBURN was a brother of Col John MITCHELBURN.who married in 1690 a Susan BERESFORD, widow of William JACKSON, and this John MITCHELBOURNE was also raised at Ballyarthur. Richard MITCHELBURN’s wife was a Mary JACKSONBallyarthur (Baile Artúir) , Castlemacadam Civil Parish, Barony of Arklow, Co. Wicklow

25

201

14735

1717 Jan 2

SHAW et all [Willliam McCULLOCH] to MAXWELL

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BTW William SHAW of Bush, Co. Antrim Esq. Patrick AGNEW of Killwaughter Co. Antrim Gent & William McCULLOCK [McCULLAGH] of Grogan Co. Antrim Gent of the last will  & testament of Patrick SHAW of Brittas Gent deceased who was the surviving exector of William SHAW late of Ballyganway Co. Down Esq. deceased of 1 pt & Hugh MAXWELL of Rowbane Co. Down Esq. of the other part. … reciting lands held by James HAMILTON Esq. Late High Sherriff of Co. Antrim to Hugh MAXWELL for £1,000 lands of Ballybought, White Abbey, Ballyhone & 2/3rds Monkstown together with the rectorial Tythes …

25

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

25

279

14995

1719 Feb 2

William McCULLAGH & ors to HAYES 1708-1729

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BTW William McCULLAGH of City of Dublin Merchant & William WILCOCKS of Mountmellick Queens Co. of 1 pt & John HAYES of City of Dublin Esq. of other pt.  Reciting William WILLCOCKS late of Mountmellick Gent deceased by will dated 11 July 1711 bequeathed to William WILLCOCKS his heirs etc leases held under Lord of Ely in Mountmellick …as long as he do not devise the holdings except to his grandson William McCULLAGH to whom for want of issue of said WILCOCKS bequeathed holdings to said William McCULLAGH ….

26

10

14478

1708-1738

TIPPING-STERNE Darcy Drumhill, B. Fews

26

10

14478

1708-1738

TIPPING-STEARN Finniskin, B Fews

26

71

14692

 

GRAHAM-TIPPING Palmerstown,

26

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: John JACKSON is one of the Jacksons of Santry.

26

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 ...

26

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

26

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, Antrim; Magnus PRINCE, Doctor of Phisik, Lisburne, Antrim; John ALLEN, servant to Michael WARD; Edward BRUMHALL[?]. NOTE: This is probably Richard JACKSON (1673-1730) of Coleraine & Dublin

Thanks to Michael Stewart

26

294

15512

1717 Dec 17

PENNEFATHER 1708-1729

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Tripartite deed btw Arabella BERESFORD, daughter of Tristram BERESFORD deceased of 1pt; Mathew PENNEFATHER of 2nd pt & Hon Sir Marcus BEREFSORD son & Heir of said Tristram BERESFORD of 3rd pt. Reciting that Arabella BERESFORD by virtue of the last Will or Marriage Settlement of her said Father… payable by age 21 or at Marriage.. Arabella now at full age … WITNESS: Hon Frederick HAMILITON Esq. Lieut-Gen of his Majesty’s  Forces in Irealnd & Susanna Catherin NUGENT of City of Dublin & Richard VINCENT of City of Dublin, Gent. & Henry HART of City of Dublin, Merchant

26

373

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.

26

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?] Mill 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

26

480

16436

1708-1738

WILSON-GERNON Ballyneary

27

17

14960

1717 Mar 21

JACKSON-MANLIFF Book Index 1708-1729

Between Nath JACKSON of Mountmellick, Queens Co., Merchant of the one part & Jacob MANLIFF of Cloneen, Queens Co. Farmer.... 110 acres of lands of Garoon, Parish of Rossnallis.... details ... for lives of said Nathanial JACKSON & Robert JACKSON, eldest son & Erasmus JACKSON 2nd son of Robert JACKSON & Isaac JACKSON 3rd son of Robert JACKSON

27

24

15003

1708-1729

BINGHAM, Henry S.of Newbrook, Co Mayo –James BROWNE of City of Dublin.

27

95

15590

1719 Nov 17

JACKSON-QUIN Book Index 1708-1738

Between Robert JACKSON of Woodstown, Co. Meath, Farmer of the one part & Richard QUINN of Masspoole, Co. Meath, Farmer. JACKSON demised to QUINN ? acres of lands of Woodstown & Donemore together with the house then in possession of Christopher BAULFE, being part of 18 acres. – 16 acres in Woodstown &. Witness Matthew O’BRIEN of Dublin, victualler. NOTE: There are several Woodtown townlands in Co. Meath, but this one is supposedly in Barony Ratoath, and it does not show there in contemporary records. In other records the townland of Woodtown is paired for sale with Newtown, B. Ratoath.

27

106

15742

1717 Feb 8

JACKSON-SHEPHERD Book Index 1708-1729

Assignment of mtg from George JACKSON late of City of Limerick, dec’d to Margt SHEPHERD of the same widow. The Hon Col Kilner BRAZIER of Lizard, Co. Limerick had deeded to George JACKSON  town and lands of Clonlara being part of the lands of Castletroy – abt 74 acres in Parish of Kilmurry and South Liberties of City of Limerick ..... on the River Shannon for the natural lives of said George JACKSON and his wife Agnes and John PATTERSON son to Montrose PATTERSON of Cahirbanna in Co. Clare, Gent 1720 May 23

27

111

15779

1720 May 6

JACKSON-HUME Book Index 1708-1729

Between Adam JACKSON of Pimlico in the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore, Co. Dublin, clothier of the one part & Gideon HUME City of Dublin Gent of the other. Reciting lease Aug 6, 1718 by Peter SHARPE jr. Of Templeoge, Co. Dublin, farmer to the said Adam JACKSON all that part of the Lands of Templeoge formerly in the possession of Richard SCOTT incl abt 20 acres... between the water course and the great ditch See: Jackson of Pimlico.

27

373

17453

1720 Sep 5

JACKSON-SOUTHERBY Book Index 1708-1729

Between Katherine KENT als WILLIAMS als JACKSON als GRAHAM, widow  Andrew Francis CHENEY of Maceton in Co. Meath of the one part & John SOTHERBY of City of Dublin & Joseph TOMLINSON of Town of Drogheda, Alderman of the other part.... Deed of Robert WILLIAMS, late husband of Katherine ... Katherin KENT & Andrew Francis CHENEY & Mary his wife... lands of Matthew RANDO als RANDALL of London, merch – abt 166acres plantation measure in Mace town, Co. Meath ... 30 acre land in Painestown, Co. Meath [complicated lease] incl castles, houses, gardens, orchards, mills ...

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40

16141

1720 Jul 5

DAWSON, Ephraim-HUTCHINSON

Ephraim DAWSON of Queens Co  & John HUTCHINSON of Abbeyleix

28

75

16387

1720 Aug 2

JORDON-JACKSON

Walter PURCELL, of Crumlin, Dublin to Thomas JACKSON, tydewaiter of said city did set tenement, Francis St., Dublin. Thanks to Linde Lunney.

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87

16423

1720 Jun 20 & 21

MONTGOMERY-BAILLIE NOTES in 2009 diary.

Between William MONTGOMERY of Grange, Co. Down & John BAILLIE of Innischargie, Co. Down Esq. For £400 ... townlands of Ballyhanwood & Gortgribb & Ballylisbredan & water mill called Dundonald Mill ...

28

94

16545

1720 Aug 22 & 23

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

Between Robert JACKSON of Mountmellick, Gent & Ephraim THWAITES of City of Dublin, Gent fro £100 land of Drinagh & Garoon containing 180 acres & also 125 acres in lands of Cloneheran in possession of said Richard JACKSON, Parish of Rosanallis ... lives of Nathaniel JACKSON, Erasmus JACKSON & Isaac JACKSON (sons of Robert JACKSON) ... deed of release recited from James PETTECREW, Merchant to Robert JACKSON. WITNESS: Elizabeth THWAITES, daughter to said Ephraim THWAITES & William SUMNER, notary, Dublin.

28

99

16683

1708-1738

BARRY to ANKETILL

½ of WALLACE’s tenement. NOTES in 2009 diary

28

146

16962

1718 Nov 28

JACKSON-FLEMING Book Index 1708-1729

George JACKSON merchant of Limerick NOTES in 2009 diary

George JACKSON of Limerick, merchant & Edward FLEMING of same Innkeeper... land in Limerick, Thomand Gate, Parish of St. Munchion, City of Limerick.for term of 31 years.

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223

17357

1720 Nov 8

Ld. BURLONGTON- JACKSON. & Jonathon TANNER Book Index 1708-1729

James JACKSON of Town of Bandon, Merchant ... tenement called Linscombs & tenement called Landons, Town of Bandon & a small meadow of 2 acres in possession of JACKSON for 3 lives for £84 paid by Johnathon TANNER of Bandon.

James JACKSON of town of Bandon, Merchant should enjoy tenement named Linscombs and the tenement called Landon in the town of Bandon, Co. Cork.

28

250

17517

1713 Jan 20

PIPARD-WILSON NOTES in 2009 diary Bk 711708-1738

Christopher PIPPARD FITZGEORGE, Town of Drogheda, merchant & Abraham WILSON of Drogheda, Merchant [NOTE: no JACKSON names mentioned].

28

 

356

17881

1716 Dec 15

DAWSON-DAWSON Book 43 (1708-1738) Edenforan Enagh

Between Walter DAWSON of town & co Armagh Esq. & Frances DAWSON wife of Walter & John DAWSON Esq eldest son & heir of 1st part. Joshua DAWSON of Dublin City Esq. & John DAWSON eldest son & heir of James DAWSON of Ballynacourty, Co Tipperary Esq. Of 2nd part... Elinor DAWSON eldest daughter of the said James DAWSON of the 4th part.... consideration of sum of 1000 pounds as a marriage portion... mention of George DAWSON, Isaac DAWSON, Wm DAWSON ... many townlands mentioned

28

360

17894

1708-1729

Clogher Bishop-ROGERS

28

570

171477

 

McNEMARA Book Index 1768-1776

Wrong number

29

10

11

15820

15021

1708-1738

BARRY to HAWKINS Lurgen

 

½ of WALLACE’s tenement.

29

31

15868

1708-1738

ANDERSON-REED Cornerow, B. Fews

29

32

15868

1708-1738

ANDERSON-REED Dromorgan

29

32

15868

1708-1738

ANDERSON-REED Mullaghbawne, B Fews

29

68

16038

1720 June 23

JACKSON-DUNLOP Book Index 1708-1738

 Btw Michael JACKSON City of Dublin Clothier & Thomas DUNLOP of same City Gent. House on west side of Pimlicoe in Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore, City of Dublin See: Jackson of Pimlico.

29

141

16492

 

WHITE’s Will Grange,

Soloman WHITE and wife Ann WHITE als SANKY … lots of  lands in Co Down (Not sure why I had it)

29

200

16846

1718 Nov 16

JACKSON-JACKSON Book Index 1708-1729

Btw Robert JACKSON of Mountmellick in Queens Co Farmer of one part & Nathaniel JACKSON of same, 120 acres in Clonheen. Nathaniel eldest son surviving of Robert JACKSON & Erasmus second son & Isaac 3rd son.

29

215

16907

1720 Oct 24

BEWLY, Mungo-WALKER 1708-1729

Btw Mungo BEWLEY of City of Dublin, Tallow Chandler of one part & Dorcas WALKER of same city widow ... for 40 pounds, house on east side of St. Brides St. Dublin for 36 years

29

486

18415

1711 Apr 3

Oliver TALLANT, Esq. of Dublin City to Richard JACKSON, Carpenter of Dublin City of parcel of ground in Bell Ally in Golden Lane Suburbs of Dublin City wherein 2 ruinous houses 42x27 feet bounded on north by holding of John ROGERS, Ale Draper of Golden Lane  and where Folio MAYNARD lived on south - 41 years from 1 May next at £4 ster pa. Deputy Registrar: William PARRY. Witnesses: John WARREN Gent of Dublin City; Richard FLANIGAN, sadler of Dublin City; Isaac PARKER & William ELLIOTT, taylor of Dublin City. Thanks to Mike Stewart.

29

486

18415

1721 May 20

TALLANT-JACKSON

On 3rd Day April 1711 Oliver TALLANT of City of Dublin demised to Richard JACKSON of same City Carpenter parcel of ground in Bellally in Golden Lane in suburbs of City of Dublin Two ruinous or Waste Houses then were containing in length from North to South 42’ and in depth from East to West 27’ meared and bounded in the North side by the wall of the Backside belonging to the house holding of John ROGERS ale draper in Golden Lane wall of house wherein one Folio a [Harper] & DIVELL in the said alley on the east  to the back parts of some holding in Olivers Alley in the said Golden Lane in the west to the Queens part in Bell Alley. Signed Richard [his mark] JACKSON  SEAL.

30

65

54922

1730-45

SMYTHE Book Index 1730-45

Wrong number

30

206

17247

1720 Nov 25

BALL, John-WALLIS

John BALL of Trim, Gent & Rev. Thomas WALLIS of Athboy, Co. Meath … lands in Co. Meath known as Blackfriary & Plunketts Park 86 acres Plantation measure.

30

239

17457

1719 Mar 8

PLUNKETT-JACKSON Kinincoole,

Lease & Release Matthew PLUNKETT aka Lord Louth of 1st pt. Rev. Peter JACKSON of Kincoole, Co. Louth of 2nd pt 102a in psh, By & Co Lowth, £200, lease for lives renewable forever, £40 pa, lives not given. Henry DOWDALL of Athcarn, Co. Meath; Faithful FORTESCUE of Temple. London; Henry WHITE.

Notes by Mike Stewart: Matthew PLUNKETT aka Lord Louth to Rev. Peter JACKSON of Kincoole, Co. Louth of Ardpatrick in ba & Co Louth [102 acres] for 5s in lease for 1 year at 1 peppercorn and for £200 in release for 3 lives renewable  for ever on payment of £10 fine, at £40 ster pa. Deputy Registrar: William PARRY. Witnesses: Henry DOWDELL, Faithful FORTESCUE of Temple. London; Henry WHITE.

30

274

17732

1720 Feb 3

JACKSON-WRAY & wife Book Index 1708-1738

Deed Beresford JACKSON late of Bellymargy [Ballymarghy?] Co. Londonderry, Gent of 1st part & Henry WRAY of Castlewray, Co. Donegal, Esq. & Jane his wife of the other part (land in Donegal transferred).

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

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

30

294

89139

1748 Jul 27

Gervais WALKER of Kilmacrew, Co. Armagh, Gent & Henry CUST, Esq. Lease of Ballinahonemore

30

368

18851

1721 July 22

JACKSON-LITTON Book Index 1708-1738

Deed Wm JACKSON baker of city of Dublin & Joseph LITTON of same, reciting earlier lease of Nov 8 1710, where Robert HEATH demised to William JACKSON merchant. House mtg. By JACKSON

Notes by Mike Stewart: Wm JACKSON baker of city of Dublin to Joseph LITTON, Merchant of Dublin City of sd premises for £20 - redeemable. Joseph LITTON declares the £20 to be proper money of Thomas LITTON and the deed was made by Joseph LITTON in trust for Thomas LITTON. Other names: Jonathon WOODALL; Charles SCOFFET; Brien ROONY; Jacob WEST. Deputy Registrar: Thomas PARRY. Witnesses: Thomas CRINGWOOD, clerk to William BARRY, scrivener – also witness.

30

423

19028

1720 Nov 8

Robert HEATH, merchant of Dublin City to William JACKSON, baker of dwelling house of William JACKSON & house wherein Jonathon WOODALL lately dwelt bnd by house of Jonathon SCOFFET, house of Bryan ROONEY and tenement of Jacob WEST in Mark's Alley adjoining to St Francis St Subs of Dublin city from 29 Sept last for 23 years at £9 5s. Ster pa.. Deputy Registrar: William PARRY. Witnesses: Richard WHITTMORE, merchant of Dublin City; Richard WEST, merchant of Dublin City & Thomas QUIN. Notes thanks to Mike Stewart:

30

455

 

19132

1721 Sep 22

JACKSON-HUMPHRIES Book Index 1708-1738

Memorial of deed 7 Dec 1715 between John JACKSON of City of Dublin, Linnen Draper and Ann HUMPHRYS also JACKSON his wife of the one part & Elias HUMPHRYS of said City Painter of the other part. In 1695 deed to Elias HUMPHRYS demised house called Court of Guard near Young’s Castle in Oxmantowne. Now Elias, father of said Ann JACKSON died intestate  on or about 1707 but letters of Admin entitled Anne to 1/5 part & since Jane HUMPHRYs, another daughter of Elias died about 1711 minor and under age 21, her portion is divided equally (lots more if this proves of interest).

Mike Stewart’s notes: John JACKSON of City of Dublin, Linnen Draper & Ann HUMPHRYS also JACKSON his wife for £15 ster from Elias HUMPHRY grant Elias HUMPHRY their rights & portions of house "court of Guard" nr Young's Castle in Oxmantown for remaining years.

Grantors in 1695 Oct 18 included: William WATT Esq. Rt. Hon Lord Mayor of Dublin; Andrew BRICE Esq. Sherriff of Dublin; William STOWELL, Sherriff of Dublin; & citizens of Dublin unto Ellis HUMPHRY, smith of Dublin city; died abt 1707 intestate – also father of Elias HUMPHRY & Ann HUMPHRY  of house "court of Quard" nr Young's Castle in Oxmantown formerly in lease to Alderman Daniel BETTINGHAM  and afterwards Sir Daniel BETTINGHAM  and lately surrendered to the treasurer of Dublin by Richard BETTINGHAM, son & heir of Sir Daniel BETTINGHAM, 66x20 ft for 61 years at £7;  that John JACKSON became intitled to 1/5 share; that John JACKSON became entitled to 1/4th share including 3 houses built in possess'n of Thomas JONAS. Deputy Registrar: William PARRY; Witnesses: James SOMERWELL, Gent of Dublin City; Steevens STEEVENS, Gent of Bony Batter, Dublin; Mary [COSION?]

30

457

19138

1721 Sept 25

JACKSON-JACKSON 1708-1738 Book Index 1708-1729

Lease between Nat JACKSON of Mountmellick, Queens Co., Merchant & Timothy FORBES & said release being tripartite between Nat JACKSON of 1st part & Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Merchant of 2nd part & T. FORBES of 3rd part etc.

Notes from Mike Stewart: Mountmellick, Garoon, Garrone, Parish Rosnallis,

Nathaniel JACKSON of Mountmellick, Queens Co., Merchant to Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Merchant pt of Garoon in Rosinalis (pa) QUEEENS [120 ac] bnd on s.w. by Ballymoyle & Mullaghanand, holdings of William SHEARCROFT on n.w. of John BRAKELY & new Mill Race on s.w., Agvoly on n.e., excepting to Robert JACKSON, father of Nathaniel JACKSON to have access to all Mill Races & water course & cutting sodds, for life of Nathaniel JACKSON, Erasmus JACKSON, 2nd son of Robert JACKSON & Isaac JACKSON, 3rd son of Robert JACKSON for ever, in trust for Timothy FORBES redeemable on payment of £400 ster to Timothy FORBES. Deputy Registrar: William PARRY. Witnesses: Thomas COOKE, Notary Public of Dublin City; John MEDCALFE & Thomas COOKE jr, clerk to William PARRY.  SEE: Quaker JACKSON Tree.

30

477

19194

1721 Oct 2

JACKSON-JACKSON 1708-1738

Mtg release. Nat JACKSON of Mountmeillick, Co. Queens, Merchant of the one part & Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin merchant of the other part. Mention of mill & being son of Robert JACKSON as well as Erasmu & Isaac.

Notes from Mike Stewart: Mountmellick, Garoon, Garrone, Parish Rosnallis, Queens

Nathaniel JACKSON of Mountmeillick, Co. Queens, Merchant to Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin merchant pt of Garoon in Rosinalis (pa) QUEEENS [120 ac] bnd on s.w. by Ballymoyle & Mullaghanand, holdings of on William SHEARCROFT n.w. of John BRAKELY  & new Mill Race on s.w., Agvoly on n.e., excepting to F to have access to all Mill Races & water course & cutting sodds, for life of Nathaniel JACKSON  and Erasmus JACKSON, 2nd son of Robert JACKSON & Isaac JACKSON, 3rd son of Robert JACKSON for ever, in trust for Timothy FORBES redeemable by Robert JACKSON paying Timothy FORBES £400 ster + int SEE: Quaker JACKSON Tree.

 

 

 

 



[1] Sir Francis Hamilton of Kealagh, county of Cavan, Bart. was father of Sir Charles of Killishandra in the same county, Bart. who was made Cust. Rot. of that county. 12 February 1673 he married Catharine, daughter of Sir William St. Paul otherwise Semple of Letterkenny county of Longford, Knt. (by his wife Anne, daughter of Sir William Stewart, Bart. ancestor to William Earl of Blefington, which title became extinct on his Lordship's decease 14 August 1769) and dying in 1689, had Sir Francis his heir; Nichola, married first to Philip Cecil, of Drumurry county of Cavan, Esq. secondly, to Arthur Culme of Lisnamain in said county, Esq. by whom she had Hugh Culme born 23 December 1706, who died unmarried; and Dorothy to Francis son of Sir John Edgeworth, Knt. and had issue John, who died unmarried, and a daughter Francelina. Sir Francis was Knight of the Shire for Cavan in 1661, and one of the commissioners for the settlement of Ireland, ; he was attainted by K. James's Parliament in 1689; and 7 March 1688 his father then living, was exempted from mercy or the King's favour, by Tyrconnel's proclamation, together with John Hawkins and Sir John Magill. He married first Catharine, daughter of Hugh the first Earl of Mount-Alexander, by whom he had a daughter, who died young; he married secondly (pursuant to the recommendation of his first wife when dying) Anne daughter and coheir to Claud. Hamilton, Esq. by his wife Anne, daughter of William Hamilton of Hamilton's Bawn in said county; he is also said to have married Letitia or Nichola, daughter of Sir Charles Coote, Bart. and dying without issue his said sisters became coheirs, the elder, as just now observed, married Philip Cecil, Esq. who derived his descent from that eminent statesman William, Lord Burleigh, Lord Treasurer of England, and Prime Minister to Q. Elizabeth: whose only son Robert, by his second wife Mildred, daughter of Sir Anthony Coke of Giddy-Hall in Essex, Governor to K. Edward VI., was created 4 May 1605 Earl of Salisbury; and his son William, Earl of Salisbury, by the Lady Catharine Howard, youngest daughter of Thomas, Earl of Suffolk was father of Charles, Viscount Cranbourne, made Knight of the Bath at the Coronation of K. Charles I., who died before his father, and by the Lady Jane Maxwell, daughter and coheir to James, Earl of Dirleton, had, besides other children, James, successor to his grandfather; and Philip, who deceasing in September 1684, had issue two sons and one daughter; Arthur, heir to his uncle, mentioned in the text; Hamilton, who died unmarried ; and Anne. Arthur Cecil-Hamilton, Esq., 16 November 1720 married Anne, daughter and heir to Thomas Connor of Dublin, Esq. and had two daughters, viz. Margaret, married as in text; and Nichola, married 4 March 17 so to Richard Jackson of Forkhill, county of Armagh, Esq. and had no issue by him who died in 1787. (Lodge Edit. I754. I. 303. II. zoo, 2c1. IV. 23.8. 239, and Collections.) SOURCE: The Peerage of Ireland: Or, A Genealogical History of the Present Nobility of that Kingdom, Volume 6. John Lodge. pp27-28

 

[2] Collonel Henry HART[E} was of Muff & Kilderry, Co. Donegal. His will was proved in 1712. His wife was Anne BERESFORD, daughter of Sir Tristram BERESFORD and Sarah SACKVILLE. Their son George HARTE (1685-1758) was of Kilderry, Co. Donegal. The parents of Collonel Henry HART[E} (?-1712) were George HART and Elizabeth CARY. She was a daughter of George CARY (d 1640) & Jane BERESFORD (b abt 1605). Jane BERESFORD was a daughter of Tristram BERESFORD & Susannah BROOKE.

 

 

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