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My notes on memorials of deeds - and they are nothing more than notes - are the result of dozens of visits to Dublin’s Deeds Registry over the past decade. If you notice mistakes - typos, etc - I really do appreciate being informed. Then I can make corrections.
Sharon Oddie Brown. June 23, 2016
Update October 15, 2017

 

2017A Books of Deeds 76-150

 

Bk

Pg

Mem

Name

County

Date

Notes

76

2

52415

JACKSON

Carlow

1722 May 17

BURTON-BARKER Eagle Hill, 1708-1738 NOTE: Married into JACKSONs

Lease whereby Benjamin BURTON of City of Dublin Esq. Did demise and set to Joseph BARKER of Cronesagh in the Co of Carlow Farmer all that part of Eagle Hill mearing and bounding on the north with Hacketstown on the east with Ballysallagh on the south with Cronesagh and on the west with Constable Hill containing by estimation 119 acres Plantation Measure... part of Lordship of Clonmore... Barony Rathvilly ... lives of George BARKER 3rd son of John BARKER of Old Court in Co. Wicklow aged about 8 years Simon BARKER 4th son of said John BAKER [BARKER?] aged about 5 years and Thomas BAKER [BARKER?] the youngest son of Joseph BAKER [BARKER?] aged about half a year.... in presence of Henry WHITESTONE of Hacketstown and Patrick KAHOE then servant to the said Benjamin BURTON

76

29

52572

JACKSON,

Thomas

Antrim

1733 Oct 24

JACKSON-CUNNINGHAM Book Index 1730-45

Marriage between Thomas JACKSON of Holywell near Antrim & Rose CUNNINGHAM daughter of Daniel CUNNINGHAM of Ballymacilhoyle– 200 pounds marriage portion.. Witness: Joseph ERWEN of Killead & Hugh MULIN of Ballym’hole both in said county yeomen & Memorial witnessed by Hugh MULLAN & Nicholas WHITE of Drogheda, Gent

76

178

53490

BAILIE

Tyrone

1733 27 Dec

BAILIE, Andrew-BAILIE

BAILIE, Wm-BAILIE Andrew Bailie sen. & William BAILIE his son both of Tirneskea, Co. Tyrone

76

306

54539

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1730-1745

BURKE Book Index 1730-45

Rev. William JACKSON was one of the trustees for Thomas PROBY, late of Dublin, Gent dec’d.

76

344

54787

JACKSON,

Thomas

Antrim

1734 Oct 28

JACKSON Book Index 1730-45 1734 Dec 7

Lease & Release between Thomas JACKSON of Holywell, Co. Antrim Gent & James JACKSON of Antrim in said County Gent... in consid of 85 pounds pd by James JACKSON 2 half tenements on North side of Street of Antrim formerly in possession of James KING late of Antrim Merch. dec’d & lately in possession of James KING’s widow & her undertenants.... Source: PRONI D2489/8 Thomas JACKSON of Holywell, Co. Antrim & James JACKSON of Antrim.

Lease & Release between Thomas JACKSON of Holywell, Co. Antrim Gent & James JACKSON of Antrim in said County Gent... in consid of 85 pounds pd by James JACKSON – assign  & release  2 half tenements on North side of Street of Antrim formerly in possession of James KING late of Antrim Merch. dec’d & lately in possession of James KING’s widow & her undertenants....the said two half tenements bein bounded on the East with the two half tenements formerly in possession of Matthew BOTHOLLSON and late of Antrim deceased and his undertakers and on the West by a tenement in possession of James SHORTRIGGS and his undertenants  and also fourteen acres of land English measure… in the occupation of William WALLACE being part of [??] bounded on the North by a parcel of land now in possession of the said William WALLACE & William WILKINSON on th south with a small brook which runs from the Steeple of Antrim, on the East by the way leading from Antrim to the farm in possession of James GILCHRIST  and undertenants and on the west by the Highway leading from Antrim to Drumsough which said fourteen acres of land and the two half tenaments are situate in the parish and County Antrim and assigns forever… in the presence of Robert CLARK and James BOYD both of Antrim in Co. Antrim Gents.

76

434

?5231

JOHNSTON

Armagh

1734 Feb 8

JOHNSTON-MAXWELL Book 1 (1708-1738) Lislooney

Btw Joshua JOHNSTON of Unshagh, Co Armagh & Rev. Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Hall, Co. Armagh for 200 pounds Joshua released to MAXWELL land of Unshagh, Barony of Tyranny, Co Armagh or legacy of 300 pounds in said deed recited to be bequeathed by the will of George JOHNSTON late of Ballymelagh, Co Armagh, dec’d father to Joshua change in incumbrance on many townlands incl Lislooney – all in Barony Tiranny.Witnesses Leslie HAMILTON of City of Dublin Gent  & James GILLMER of Monooney, Co. Armagh, Gent.

76

480

55498

JACKSON, Edward

Cork

1734 Jul 1

JACKSON-ROWLAND Book Index 1730-45

Edward JACKSON of Gurteen, Co. Corke for consid of 200 pounds made over to Richard ROWLAND of City of Cork merchant lands of Gurteen situated on Blackwater, Barony of Formoy, Co. Cork.... land was demised to Edward JACKSON by Viscount MIDDLETON dec’d 1724 Oct 6 for lives of John JACKSON, Henry JACKSON who is dec’d and George JACKSON.

76

482

55506

MOFFITT

Dublin

1734 May 3

BAYLY-MOFFITT1730-1745

Btw Sir Edward BAYLY of Dublin, wife Dame Dorothy BAYLEY als LAMBERT his wife; Brabazon NEWCOMEN of CAllistown, Co. Louth Esq & Arabella NEWCOMEN als LAMBERT his wife & David MOFFIT of City of Dublin Gent... land in Galway.

76

503

55611

JACKSON, Ann, Buntin, Ralph, Lettice, Roger  & ors

Antrim

1734 July 10

JACKSON-WOGAN Book Index 1730-45

Between Bunton JACKSON brother & Admin of the goods of Michael JACKSON the younger of Lisburn in the Co. Of Antrim Apothocary Doctor Ralph JACKSON Roger JACKSON John MERCER Anne MERCER als JACKSON his wife Richard NUTTALL Esq. & Letticia NUTTALL als JACKSON his wife which said Bunton JACKSON Michael JACKSON doctor Ralph JACKSON Roger JACKSON Anne MERCER als JACKSON and Lettice NUTTALLL als JACKSON were children & Legatees of Michael JACKSON late of Lisburn aforesaid doctor of the one part and William WOGAN late of Lisburn but now of Dublin Gent of the other part... did bequeath to William WOGAN all that piece or parcel of ground on the North side of the Marketplace of Lisburn joining east on Thomas WALSHE’s tenement and West upon the tenement formerly George GROGSTON’s doctor containing in front 88’ and ranging down on the right hand of the gate as you go into the Barnfield as also a parcel of land known as Jackson’s Hill and also another  little parcel of land called the Barn path or Meadow all the said Tenements or lands were formerly in the possession of Mary JACKSON widow of Michael JACKSON the elder containing by estimation 48 acres and one rood good English Measure more or less which said premises were demised by lease therein recited by Francis Lord Conway to the said Mary JACKSON for 41 years at the yearly rent of 15 pounds 16 shillings and the said Mary by her declaration of Trust on the back of this said lease therein also recited did declare that the said lease was made to her for the use of the children begotten between her and the said Michael JACKSON the elder her doctor husband that is to say Michael and John JACKSON doctor  the said Buntin Ralph Roger JACKSON Anne MERCER als JACKSON & Lettice NUTTALL als JACKSON all then minors... SEE: Jacksons of Clounagh, Parish of Drumcree, Co. Armagh and later of Lisburn.

77

58

52694

BROWN

Carlow

1708-1738

HODSON-BROWN Ballybrickin, Rathvilly,

 

77

85

52860

McCULLAGH

 

1730-1745

McCULLOCH Jas & wife to CROTTY

77

105

52977

JACKSON,

Michael

Dublin

1734 Mar 28

GAMBLE Book Index 1730-45

March 28 1734

A memorial of an indenture of lease dated the 28th day of March 1734, whereby Michael JACKSON of Pimlico in the County of the city of Dublin, clothier, for and in consideration of the surrender of a lease made of the greatest part of the premises hereinafter mentioned by the said Michael JACKSON unto Thomas GAMBLE of Cork Street in the County of Dublin Linen Weaver, for the lives there in above-mentioned – a memorial – whereof is entered in the Registry Office in the City of Dublin and Lib 67 page 121 of Num 45529 did demise and set to the said Thomas GAMBLE by the name of Thomas GAMBLE of  Marrowbone Lane in the County of the City of Dublin, all that lot or piece of ground situate lying and being on the north side of the Mill Race or Water Course in  Marrowbone Lane in the liberties of Thomas Court and County of the said city of Dublin, containing in breadth in the front on the south to the said Mill Race 20 feet, and running backwards of the same breadth or thereabouts down to Tenter Lane bounded on the east to the holding of Nicholas SCOTT, on the west to the holding of Abraham ROBINSON, on the north to Tenter Lane aforesaid and on the south to the said Mill Race together with the two brick dwelling houses on the said premises (Viz) one of them fronting  Marrowbone Lane and the other fronting Tenter Lane aforesaid and also all that lot of ground at the rear of the said Nicholas SCOTT said holding in  Marrowbone Lane aforesaid containing an breadth in the front to Tenter Lane aforesaid 38 feet or thereabouts and of the same breadth or thereabouts in the rear and in depth from front to rear 34 feet or thereabouts bounded on the east to the holding of William BROWN tobacconist on the west a part of the holding here in before mentioned on the north to Tenter Lane aforesaid and on the south to the rear of the said Nicholas SCOTT said holding together with the stone house or stable built there on by Mr. Joshua THOMAS. Also all that lot or piece of ground situate on the east side of Roberts Street containing in breadth in the front to the said Street 44 feet or thereabouts and breadth in the rear adjoining to the said first demised lot 39 feet or thereabouts and in depth from front to rear on the N. Side Fronting Tenter Lane. 40 feet or thereabouts and in depth from front to rear on the south side adjoining Mr. ROBINSON’s holding 40 feet or thereabouts together with such privilege of water in proportion to the premises thereby demised as the said Michael JACKSON had or should have the virtue of a lease thereof (int ab) from Jacob POOLE clothier. To hold during the lives of Isaac ROBERTS, Lydia ROBERTS, and Mary ROBERTS and the survivors and survivor of them from the 25th day of March then instant at 14 pounds paid annually. In which said lease is contained covenants and clauses for renewing the same from time to time for ever on payment of 1 pound 12 shillings and eight pence as a fine in every renewal and manner as they are in mentioned. WITNESS: Matthew PAGEITT clerk Benjamin JOHNSTON notary in the city of Dublin and by the said Benjamin JOHNSTON. See: Jacksons of Pimlico.

77

130

53067

BIRCH

 

1730-1745

BIRCH, Hannah-BIRCH

77

147

53422

JACKSON

Carlow

1708-1738

BURTON-DAVIES Eagle Hill, No JACKSON mention – but see JACKSONs of Santry for possible link.

77

198

53328

BAILIE

 

1730-1745

BAILIE, Hans & wife-JOHNSTON

77

218

53421

DAWSON

 

1730-1745

DAWSON, Josua -JOHNSTON

77

227

53459

JACKSON, Buntin

Antrim

1724 Ap 26

JACKSON-WOGAN Book Index 1730-45

Buntin JACKSON of Lisburn, Co. Antrim in consid of 120 pound mtg his lease and Concerns of the Blackamore Head in Lisburn to Wm WOGAN, of the same, Gent. WITNESSED: Roger JACKSON of Lisburn & Nicholas ASHE clerk to sd WOGAN. Memorial WITNESS: Harkip THURGOOD, City of Dublin. SEE: Jacksons of Clounagh, Parish of Drumcree, Co. Armagh and later of Lisburn.

77

227

53461

JACKSON, Ann & ors

Antrim

1834 Apr 23

MERCER-WOGAN Book Index 1730-45

Deed whereby John MERCER of Deriaghy, Co. Antrim , farmer & Ann MERCER alias JACKSON having lately in consid of  120 pounds mtg the lease and concerns of  the Blackmore head  in Lisburn, Co. Antrim to William WOGAN of the same and John MERCER & Ann his wife in consid  of …. WITNESS: Hartup THURGOOD of City of Dublin, Upholder. SEE: Jacksons of Clounagh, Parish of Drumcree, Co. Armagh and later of Lisburn.

77

235

53491

BAILIE

 

1730-1745

BAILIE, Andrew-BAILIE

77

237

53513

 

Carlow

1708-1738

SANDFORD-McLAUGHLIN Blakestown,

Bawn, Salt

 

77

268

53643

JACKSON?

Drogheda

1708-1738

PIPARD-PICKERING Bk 71 see also 75-415-53642

77

307

53780

JACKSON,

Michael

Dublin

 

McKENZIE Book Index 1730-45

A memorial of an indenture of lease dated the sixth day of July 1733 between Michael JACKSON of the city of Dublin clothier of the one part and Margaret McKENZIE of the said city widow of the other part. By which the said Michael JACKSON demised unto the said Margaret McKENZIE, all that house or tenement with the backside behind the same situate on the west side of Boot Lane, Dublin bounded on the east with the Kings pavement on the south and west withholdings belonging to Mr. BOYNTON and on the north with another holding which belongs to the said Michael JACKSON. Together with the appurtenances thereunto belonging to have and to hold onto her the said Margaret McKENZIE her executor’s administrators and assigns from the 25th day of March 1735 for the term of 60 years from henceforth fully to be complete and ended at the yearly rent of £12 the same to be paid half WITNESS: James CLARKE of the City of Dublin, & Edmund O’QUINN of the said city writing clerk and this memorial is also witnessed by the said James CLARKE and Edmonton O’QUINN. See: Jackson of Pimlico. NOTE: By 1798, this section of Boot Lane, where it intersects with King Street, Oxmantown was referred to as Green Street.

77

497

54458

JOHNSTON

Down

1730-45

Richard JOHNSTON – JOHNSTON

Richard JOHNSTON of Gilford Co Down Esq. demised to William JOHNSTON part of Drumarren and new house formerly in possession of Widow JOHNSTON 18 acres… for lives of said William JOHNSTON, Mary JOHNSTON his wife, and Robert JOHNSTON son to said William JOHNSTON. NOTE: Widow JOHNSTON was possibly Sarah GRAHAM, wife of John JOHNSTON and mother of William JOHNSTON. SEE: 78-23-52843 I do not know the connections to the JOHNSTONs of Gilford.

77

508

54509

BRADFORD

 

1730-1745

BRADFORD, George-CLONROHY

78

23

52843

JOHNSTON

Armagh

1733 Mar 11

GRAHAM-JOHNSTON Tullyvallen

Memorial of agreement 7 Nov 1733 betw  Rt. Hon William GRAHAM Esq. son & heir residuary legatee of John GRAHAM late of the town of Drogheda, Alderman & John JOHNSTON of the Fews , Co. Armagh …various lands including Tullyvallen leased from  William CUNNINGHAM of Moneymore, Derry.

78

59

53220

JACKSON,

Lettice & Ann & Roger & ors

Antrim

 

WOGAN Book Index 1730-45

Covered in other deeds. SEE: Jacksons of Clounagh, Parish of Drumcree, Co. Armagh and later of Lisburn.

78

72

53358

 

Louth

 

BALL-SIBTHORPE Bk 71 Corrstown,

78

92

32828

BREAKEY

 

 

Researched by Ken BREAKEY

78

115

53804

JACKSON, Buntin

Antrim

1734 Jul 11

WOGAN Book Index 1730-45

Buntin JACKSON brother & administrator of Michael JACKSON the younger, deceased,  late of Lisburn, apothecary deceased… rest covered in other deeds. SEE: Jacksons of Clounagh, Parish of Drumcree, Co. Armagh and later of Lisburn.

78

150

54246

54249

JACKSON, Ambrose & Susanna (Judith)

Cork

1734 Jul 4

BROWNE-JACKSON Book Index 1730-45

Marriage Art. Btw Thomas BROWNE of City of Cork, merchant of 1st part & Ambrose JACKSON of the City Merchant of 2nd pt & Susannah Judith JACKSON spinster daughter of said Ambrosse JACKSON of 3rd pt. Marriage to be btw Thomas BROWN & Susannah Judith JACKSON... 30 pounds .. legal details & mention of house in north liberties of the city ...

78

250

55215

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1734 Nov 1

McCULLOCH Jennette widow & William McCULLOCH of Piedmont & Wm STEWART of Cloghog all of Antrim  to Joseph ENNES1730-1745

78

402

56818

JACKSON

Londonderrry

1708-1738

ASH-JACKSON Bk 423  1708-1738 Londonderry & Coleraine

2 tenements on Pump Street in City of Londonderry marked 211 & 212 transferred from William ASH to William JACKSON of Colerain Esq.  I consid of 50 pounds. SEE: JACKSONs of Tobermore and JACKSONs of Coleraine.

78

419

56938

JACKSON, George

Cork

1735 Sep 12

JACKSON George Esq to Richard CROKER, Esq. deceased Curryglass Cork [d Nov 1725] agreed to sell to Walter CROKER Curryglass Cork, eldest son and heir of Richard CROKER Roovesbegg for £700, this deed formalises this sale forever. WITNESS: George JACKSON nickred

78

500

57318

 

Louth

 

Earl of Drogheda- Fortescue

Killeen, Ballymascanlon Faughart,

78

528

57563

JACKSON, Edmond & John

Kilkenny

1719 Dec 26

JACKSON-BISHOPP Book Index 1730-45

Btw. John JACKSON Portnescally, Co. Kilkenny Gent & Edmond JACKSON son and heir of 1 pt & John BISHOP of Bishopshall Esq. & George NOBBINS of Ballyduff both in same Co.... lands of Portnascully & lands of Curludy & Dongally Barony of Iverk, Co Kilkenny Witness incl William HAYDON & Mary HAYDON. At City of Waterford.

78

530

57579

McCULLAGH

Tyrone

1734 Mar 11

McCULLAGH Hugh to SINCLAIRE1730-1745

Hugh McCULLAGH of Lisky, Parish of Camus, Co. Tyrone, Gent & Rebecca his wife of the one pt & Wm SINCLARE of Barney, Parish of Camus, Co Tyrone...demised new house.

78

537

57928

OLIVER

Limerick

1735 Mar 17

OLIVER, Robert -DAWSON 1730-1745

Robert OLIVER jr Esq son & heir of Robert OLIVER of Clonodfoy, Co. Limerick & John DAWSON of Grenane, Co. Tipperary.

79

7

54258

JACKSON,

Josias

Kildare

1734 Oct 10

EMPSON Book Index 1730-45

Mortgage by way of Lease & Release
Josias JACKSON, Glasseley, Kildare, Gent 1P
William Empson, City of Dublin, Alderman 2P
1P to 2P for considerations mentioned therein, town & lands of Glasseley, Ballindrom & Ballydam, Co Kildare – 858 acres 3 roods 1 perch
Held under lease made by Rt Hon Robert Earl of Kildare to 1P for lives of Anne, wife of Josias, Josias, jun & Sarah JACKSON, daughter of Josias. Said Anne is dec’d.
Release conditional on payment of £120 + interest
DWMW King Meldrum, Clerk to William Empson
DWMW James Davison, Clerk to George Moore, Dublin, Publick Notary

 Thanks to Peter McWilliam.

79

31

54371

 

Londonderrry

1734 Nov 2

GODFREY-DONALDSON Bk 423  1708-1738 Londonderry & Coleraine

Stephen GODFREY to James DONALDSON of Parish of Coleraine part of Dundooen formerly held by Alderman William GODFREY.

79

281

55832

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1735 May 8

McCULLOCH Jas to CARLILE 1730-1745

James McCULLOH of the City of Westminster & now of City of Dublin Esq. of the 1 pt… lands of Cruisreath Parish of Mullnahudden, Barony of Castleknock, Co Dublin

79

389

56530

DICKIE

Louth

1734 Mar 11

BELLEW, John-DICKIE NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745 Clonaleenan

NAMES: Rt. Hon Lord John BELLEW; James DICKIE of Clonaleenan; David BAILIE; George PIPPARD of Drogheda; Cornelius M'LAUGHLIN of Drogheda; William PARRY.

79

417

56661

McCLELLAND

Antrim & Down

1735 Aug 20

NOTES:  In an indented deed of lease dated 20 August 1735, William Morris Jones, Esq., of Monyglafs [Moneyglass], county Antrim leased unto Andrew McClelland and Abraham McClelland, linen Drapers of Ballynany, county Down a farm in their possession in Ballynany containing 49 acres 1 rood plantation measure, for their natural lives along with their sister daughter Mary Todd and the life of the longest lived, for annual rent of £5.10 with 12p receivers fee. … Charles Charleton, Gent., of Monyglafs, county Antrim, Thos Tivey, Merchant, of Loughbrickland, county Down and Nicholas White, Gent., of Drogheda witnessed the lease while Thos Tivey, William Tivey, and John Trevor, Gents., of Loughbrickland, county Down witnessed the memorial. … Andrew and Abraham McClelland signed the memorial. The memorial was registered 10 September 1735. SEE also D/1928/F/A (filed with transcription)

79

451

56858

JACKSON,

Michael

Dublin

1735 Oct 16

CUSACK Book Index 1730-45

Btw Michael JACKSON of Pimlico, Co Dublin Clothier of the 1 pt & Edward CUSACK of City of Dublin Gent of the other. In consid of 25 pounds sterling JACKSON sold to CUSACK for a yearly fee farm rent of 14 pounds sterling house or tenement formerly known by the sign Hen & Chickens and now by the sign of Three Kings situate on the south side of High Street, City of Dublin. WITNESSES: James CONCANNEN Merchant & John CARTER notary public. SEE: Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Pimlico

80

21

54718

Jackson, Peter

Louth

1734 Dec 8

Deed of renewal btw Rev. Patrick DELANEY Clk & Margaret DELANEY als TENISON his wife his wife of 1 pt & John WOODS of Lifhisco Co Monaghan Gent of the other This deed of renewal is annexed to a lease made by Richard TENISON of Thomastown Co Louth Esq. 14 tates of land in the Ballbeaghs of Ballyfrem or  & Logheven or one of them viz Deregooney Corvaccan Cortubbar Shantonagh Shankhill Lisnedaragh Corshellshannagh Lisnisk Coacarra  the two Tates of Farlaghs  the two Tates of Corgreaghs and the Tate of Drumconnan all situate in Parish of Aughnamullen Baorny Cremorne, Co Monaghan. For lives of John WOODS, Rev. Peter JACKSON (rector of KillinCool, Co. Louth), and George JACKSON, son of Peter, aged 12 years or thereabouts

OTHER SOURCE: The Barton Estate and Lough Bawn in County Monaghan  Author(s): Donald M. Schlegel  Source: Clogher Record, Vol. 15, No. 2 (1995), pp. 104-145  Published by: Clogher Historical Society  Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/27699393 

On October 30, 1724, Richard and Margaret Tenison, living in Thomastown, Co. Louth, leased to John Woods of Lisnisk, gent., "the fourteen tates in the Ballybetaghs of Ballyfremor and Loughwene or one of them". The lease was for lives, renewable forever on payment of a fine of 20 shillings on the fall of each life. The initial lives were John Woods, Rev. Peter Jackson (rector of KillinCool, Co. Louth), and George Jackson, son of Peter, aged 12 years or thereabouts. Yearly rent was set at 150 pounds.82 By its term of lives renewable forever, this lease automatically gave John Woods a "freehold" in the property, equivalent to ownership in some respects, so that, for example, he and his heirs were eligible to help select parliamentary representatives.

80

46

54832

 

Louth

 

GRAHAM-DOBBIN Drumcashel,

80

81

54979

BAILIE

Meath

1734 Jan 4

BAYLY-BAYLY NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745

John BAYLY Dunsaughlin, Co. Meath, innkeeper of 1st part & John BAYLY jr his son 2nd part (father transferred Dunsaughlin lands to his son) mother Sarah BAYLY WITNESS: Anthony SHERIDAN of Abby Street, Cabinet maker; Thomas SHERIDAN of Dunsaughlin, Mason.

80

84

62188

BROWN

Carlow

1708-1738

All In the Barony of Idrone

BAGNE-BROWN

Clonigagh, Castle Ballue, Camicbag, Cloneghar, Cloghwater, Clonegoose, Clovegoose, Clonen, Cullen, Cranagh, Canabegg

80

100

55059

OLIVER

 

1730-1745

OLIVER, Robert - RIDGATE 1730-1745

80

105

55079

McCULLAGH

 

1730-1745

McCULLOCH Jas to BINDON

80

134

55200

JACKSON, Peter

Louth

1734 Jul 18

WILLIAMS-JACKSON NOTES in 2009 diary

Lease for one year between Peter WILLIAMS of Arthurstown, Co. Louth, Gent, eldest son and heir at law of William WILLIAMSON who was brother and heir at law of Nathan WILLIAMS both late of Arthurstown aforesaid, deceased which said Nathan WILLIAMS was eldest son & heir at law of John WILLIAMS late of Clougill in the Co. Of Meath Gent, deceased of the one part & the Rev. Peter JACKSON of Killincoole in said Co. Of Louth, Clerke of the other part & the said release is made between the said Peter WILLIAMS & Rose WILLIAMS widow of the said William WILLIAMS & mother of the said Peter WILLIAMS of the 1st part [this is a long deed – other names include Rev. Patrick DELANY of Dublin & Maragaret DELANY als TENISON his wife sole executor of her late husband Richard TENISON & surviving executor of William BARTON both late of Thomastown, Co. Louth ... lands of Tatebog & Tattybuys ... lands occupied by Joseph Shekelton ... Coolestown ... lands in Barony of Atherdea, Co. Louth.

See also: SOURCE: The Barton Estate and Lough Bawn in County Monaghan  Author(s): Donald M. Schlegel  Source: Clogher Record, Vol. 15, No. 2 (1995), pp. 104-145  Published by: Clogher Historical Society  Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/27699393 

80

135

55202

BRADFORD

Dublin

1734 Feb 4

BRADFORD, Alex-TOWNES NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745

BRADFORD-KILPATRICK

Between Alexander BRADFORD doctor of Divinity & Vicar of Parish of St. Andrews in City of Dublin, Thomas LAWLER Surgeon & Martin KILPATRICK Clock maker Church Wardens of said Parish of the one part & William TOWNES of Dublin Knight & Bart. Of the Hon Coll Josua PAUL of Dublin of the other part ... demised to TOWNES & PAUL the old Churchyard on Dame street (map) term of 40 years. Rent £10 WITNESS: James DOBBIN, Dublin, Gent & George EATON, servant to TOWNES. WITNESS James DOBBIN of Longham. William PALMER Clerk.

80

150

55295

DAWSON

Monaghan

1734 Feb 15

DAWSON, James-SCOTT

DAWSON, Ralph-SCOTT

 James DAWSON married Catherine SCOTT…. Lands in parish of Dartrey…WITNESS: Rev. John GILL of Aughnamullen Co Monagha James HALL of Tyraverty & John WILSON of Keagh

80

206

55536

JACKSON, Jane & Abigail

Meath

1735 Mar 26

JACKSON, Jane- PIPPARD Book Index 1730-1745 Castletownmoor

Whereby Jane JACKSON & Abigal BUCKLEY als JACKSON sister and heirs at law of the Rev. Robert JACKSON formerly of Tatham in Lancashire ... set to John PIPPARD of Castletownmoor in Co. Meath Esq. Lands of Castletownmoor… all the lands of Castletownmoore.. in as full and ample a manneras these premises were held and enjoyed by Matthew BARNWELL Esq. former tenant to these lands… to hold to John PIPPARD for lease of 26 years for yearly rent of 80 pounds . WITNESS: Charles HIGGINS of City of Dublin Gent John THOMPSON of City of Dublin & Thomas LAMB of City of Dublin. Signed & sealed by Jane JACKSON.  NOTE: Rev. Robert JACKSON (1690-1733) of Tatham, Lancashire was a brother of Jane & Abigail. This land was inherited from their uncle: Samuel JACKSON d 1706.

80

214

55568

BRADFORD

Kildare

1733 Jul 2

BRADFORD, Alex-BRADFORD 1730-1745 NOTES in 2009 diary.

Rev. Dr. Alexander BRADFORD of Dublin of the 1st part & James BRADFORD of Athy, Co. Kildare of the other part. Alexander BRADFORD demised Tenement in Athy called The Queens Head Fog with the house adjacent etc ... for lives of James BRADFORD, Graham BRADFORD (brother of James) & John BRADFORD brother of Alexander BRADFORD & now student at Trinity College, Dublin.

80

261

55779

BALLENTINE

 

1730-1745

BALLENTINE, Robert-MURDOCK

80

268

55807

JACKSON,

Nathaniel

 

 

NEVILLE Book Index 1730-45

 

80

309

55960

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1735 May 22

GRACE Book Index 1730-45

James JACKSON of City of Dublin Lease & Release Tristam FORTICK releases lands of Raheny (and other places) to Thomas Grace on payment of £550 sterling. Brian

Also part of the lands of Rathcoole & Newtown Co Dublin in tenure & occipation of John ALLEN with its appertenances in Skippers Lane in the county of the said city in tenure of Mary BRADSTOOK . One house with its appurtenances in Cook St in the County in the sd City in tenure of Peirce BUTLER. All that the town and lands of Upper Clenrousk in Queens Co in occupation of Francis KNIGHT & tenements in Maryborough Queens Coin tenure of Thomas GRACE and all that parcel of land of Glanmalure Co Wicklow known by the name of Grace Quarter then in tenure of John Jervis WHITE Esq.

80

312

55972

 

Louth

 

DUNCANNON-McNEIL Ballymascanlon

80

443

56501

BIRCH

Tipperary

1735 Jun 10

BIRCH, WM-WALSH NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745

Between Reverend William BIRCH of Rosscrea, Co. Tipperary & Pierce WALSH of City of Dublin ... lands on Essex St. Dublin [description follows]

80

451

56529

COULTER

Louth

1734 Mar 11

BELLEW to COULTER 1708-1738 (TI Bk 71) Cavananore

NAMES: Rt. Hon. John Lord BELLEW; Samuel COULTER of Cavananore; John COULTER; Nathanial COULTER; Andrew COULTER; George PIPPARD of Drogheda; Cornelius M'LAUGHLIN; William PARRY.

80

473

56629

COULTER

Louth

1735 Aug 27

BELLEW to COULTER1708-1738 (TI Bk 71) Cavananore Carrickstuck

BELLEW,John-COULTER NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745

NAMES: Rt. Hon. John Lord BELLEW; Charles COULTER of Carrickastuck; William COULTER of Carrickastuck; John COULTER; James COULTER; George PIPPARD of Drogheda; Cornelius M'LAUGHLIN of Drogheda; Matthew PAGEITT; Benjamin JOHNSTON.

81

1

55764

JACKSON, William

Westmeath

1735 May 2

ST. GEORGE Book Index 1730-45

Rev. William JACKSON Doctor in Divinity of 1 pt & Rev. Arthur St GEORGE Doctor of Divinity of other pt.in consid of 217 pounds JACKSON transferred lands of Killonure, Faranomorin, and Ballybeg in Co Westmeath for lives of Leonard HATTFIELD, Mary his wife & Elizabeth his sister WITNESSES by Joseph SANDERS clerk to Henry BUCKLEY & Henry BUCKLEY.

81

177

56670

BALLENTINE

 

1730-1745

BALLENTINE, Robt-HUTCHINSON

Not sure why I had this. Armagh?

81

286

57485

BINGHAM

Mayo

1730-1745

ANNESLEY, Sarah-BINGHAM

Not sure whay I had this

81

449

58293

JACKSON, Peter

Kilkenny

 

FLOOD Book Index 1730-45

Peter JACKSON of City of Kilkenny, baker & Henry BAKER of Rathculbin Co Kilkenny of other pt. & John FLOOD of City of Kilkenny of 3rd pt…. land in Tullamaine, Co. Kilkenny.

82

5

56844

OSBOURNE

 

1730-1745

BALL, Charles-OSBORNE

82

141

57295

BROWNE

Mayo

1733 Oct 18

BELL, Robt-BROWNE NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745

John BINGHAM of Castlebar, Co. Mayo nephew & heir of Henry BINGHAM of Castlebarr & Martin BLAKE ... James BROWNE of Kilticollea, Co. Mayo NOTE: I could see no mention of BELL

82

179

57452

COULTER

SIMPSON

Louth

1734 Mar 11

BELLOW-SYMPSON 1730-1745 Annaghivacky, Barronsland

BELLEW, John-SIMPSON NOTES in 2009 diary. Notes from Co. Louth Townland Books had # 57485

NAMES: Rt. Hon John Lord BELLEW; Rev. Patrick SYMPSON aka SIMPSON aka SIMSON of Philipstown; James COULTER; Charles COULTER; Nathanial COULTER of Cavananore; Samuel COULTER of Cavananore; Grizel SYMPSON aka SIMSON aka SIMPSON; George PIPPARD of Drogheda; Cornelius M'LAUGHLIN of Drogheda; William CONWAY of Ballenfull aka Ballinfuil. OTHER PLACES: Annaghvackey.

82

201

57536

 

Armagh

1735 Oct 22

HAMILTON TO MAXWELL1708-1738

Btw George HAMILTON of Balteagh, Co Armagh & Benjamin HAMILTON of Roxborough, Co Tyrone Gent of 1 pt & Rev. Dr. Robert MAXWELL of Fellowshall of 2nd pt – transfer of 58 acres Scotch Measure in townland of Feduffe, Co Armagh with 6 acres of land of Tullybrick & tenement in town of Middletown formerly in possession of Francis DONELLY leased to Hugh HAMILTON of Roxburrough Co Tyrone by Hans HAMILTON of FFRANKFORD Co Armagh Esq. Dec’d for 3 lives: Joseph HAMILTON Benjamin HAMILTON & Jane HAMILTON sons & dau of sd Hugh HAMILTON. Witness; James GILMER of Minuny John SCOTT of Dromgola & Robert SCOTT of Armagh. Gent, all in Co Armagh.& John ELLIOT of Fellows Hall

82

207

57560

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1734 Jun 9

JACKSON-TODD Book Index 1730-45

Wm JACKSON of Colerain Co Londonderry demised to Isaac TODD of same Merch. All that bleach yard with the house etc formerly belonging to Sarah MELVINS, then in possession of said Isaac...decr of land .. 35 yr lease... SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

82

207

57562

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1735 Jul 24

JACKSON-ADERTON Book Index 1730-45

Wm JACKSON of Colerain Co Londonderry demised to Thomas ADERTON town and lands of Lenon Garron  then in his possession in Parish of Dunboe, Manor of Clothworkers & Co. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

82

418

58399

JACKSON, George

Antrim

1734 Oct 12

JACKSON-DAVIES aka DAVYS 1730-1745 Book Index 1730-45

Marriage Art: of George JACKSON of Antrim Steeple, in Co Armagh Gent of 1 pt & Luke DAVIES of Dunmore in sd Co Gent & Armanalla DAVIES his daughter ... sum of 25 pounds... Catherine DAVIS wife of Luke DAVIS... whereas George JACKSON is possessd of one moiety of the lands of Antrim Steeple by virtue of will of his father George JACKSON, dec’d renewable lease under Lord Massarene & the other moiety of the lands of Antrim Steeple which Mary JACKSON is entitled to by virtue of the will  which would revert to George after her death or marriage...WITNESS: Clotworthy NEIL of Shanescastle Arthur O’NEIL of Antrim & Alexander DAVIS of Dunmore all in the Co. Antrim, Gent SEE: Jacksons of Tobermore.

82

521

58858

BROWN

Carlow

1708-1738

BROWN-NEWTON

Ballymurphy, , Co Carlow, Downings, , B. Idrone,

83

63

57561

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1735 Feb 2

JACKSON-HALLIDAY Book Index 1730-45

Lease btw William JACKSON, of Coleraine, Co. Londonderry, esq to Thomas HOLLYDAY of Waterside in the parish of Killowen, Co. Londonderry, Innkeeper .. house or tenement which HOLLYDAY possessed in the south side of Bridge St.,, Co. Londonderry… meared and bounded by Edward ADERTON’s field on north & south and in west with road leading to Ardiclave.. WITNESS: William KENTON of Coleraine, schoolmaster & Samuel BRINDLEY clke to Isaac TODD. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

83

83

57646

GILLMER

Armagh

1733 Oct 5

MACKIE to GILLMER1708-1738 Legacory

 Btw Samuel MAKAY of Richhill, Co, Armagh & James GILLMER of Minunyin, Co Armagh ... refes to indenture Dec 23, 1687 by Edward RICHARDSON later of Legacorry, Co Armagh & Ann his wife unto John THOMSPON late of Legacorry devised by will to his son John THOMPSON. Witness incl John SCOTT of Stonetown, Co Armagh & Francis SCOTT of Killilea of sd county Gent.

83

189

58252

 

Louth

 

TISDALE –TISDALE Killeen,

Many names and townlands. Of interest: Richard TISDALE of Atherdee, Co. Louth & Philip TISDALL, eldest son & heir apparent, of Dublin Esq…. Frnacis LEIGH of Town of Drogheda, mayor.. Thomas BOLTON of the City of Dublin Esq.

83

257

58688

BARTLEY

Londonderry

1735 Dec 2

BOYD to BARKLEY

Deed made by James BOYD late of Calmore, now of Gortagork, Co. Londonderry to Ninian BERKLEY of Maghera in said Co. Merchant.... lands in Moneymore & Tamnemullen in parish of Maghera, Barony of Loghlinsholling, Co. Londonderry ..description of lands incl Fair Green at Maghera.

83

328

59108

JACKSON, William

Coleraine

1734 Mar 27

LINDSAY Book Index 1730-45

William JACKSON of town of Colerine, Co. Londonderry demised to David LINDSAY of the same, merchant, Co. Londonderry… land in Parish of Drumboe, Manor of Clothworkers, Co. Londonderry for term of 35 years at rents of  11 pounds 15s 2d. WITNESS: Thomas HOLLYDAY, linen draper & William CHURCH  both of Coleraine. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

83

384

59395

WALLACE

Armagh

1708-1738

WALLACE to ROSS Turlagh

 

Roe’s Lane

83

407

59493

BELLEW

Louth

1735 Jul 24

Lease betw Hon John Lord BELLEW Baron of Duleek of the one pt & John MORRIS & Henry SMITH both of West Shortstone in the Co. of Louth, Gent of the other part. 205A 2R plantation measure in West Shortstone, Barony of Dundalk, Co Louth lives of Henry SMITH & Hugh SMITH son of Henry SMITH & James MORRIS son of John MORRIS. Witness George PIPPARD of Drogheda & Wm CONWAY of Ballynefulling, Co. Louth.

83

458

59770

DAWSON

Armagh

1736 Aug 26

KELLY-DAWSON 1708-1738 Armagh School Lands

Ralph DAWSON of Dawsons Grove, Co. Armagh, Gent & Daniel KELLY of same Gent. In consid of 1100 pounds  pd by Daniel KELLY ... lands of Ballyworken & Drumnakelly and the mill... more lands ... school lands, Richard MARTIN Schoolmaster of the Free School of Armagh.... Thomas VERNER clerk to Daniel KELLY....

83

509

60031

JACKSON

Kings

1736 Dec 14

LAMB-Robert JACKSON

Robert JACKSON of Grange, Kings Co….Lands of Cumer… mention of Robert SAUNDERS of Newtowne, Co. Wicklow & lives of his sons. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkeiran.

83

519

60087

McCULLAGH

 

1730-1745

McCULLOCH Jas to OUSLEY

James McCULLOGH of Bremore, Co. Dublin. Not pertinent.

83

520

60094

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1736 Decd 22

FORTICK Book Index 1730-45

A tripartite deed btw Tristrum FORTICK, city of Dublin, sadler of 1st pt. Joshua CARLETON of the same linen draper of the 2nd and James JACKSON of the City of Dublin, Gent. Of 3rd pt. in consid of payment of 83 pounds 2 s 6d from James JACKSON to FORTNICK & remains of mtg… sold to James JACKSON piece of ground on Fleet St. 18 ½ feet fronting on Fleet St. extending in length through to College St bounded on the west by a house held by John DOBBINS, east to the holding of John Hutchinson SMITH and on the North and South to Fleet Street and College Street. …term of 63 years. WITNESS: John SHERIDAN of Dublin, Sadler &  Joseph LANDERS of City of Dublin, scrivener.

84

63

58026

McCULLAGH

 

1730-1745

McCULLOCH Jas to POLLARD

84

73

58092

 

Louth

 

TISDALE –TISDALE Killeen,

84

122

58582

JACKSON, William

Coleraine, Londonderry

1736 May 31

MOORE Book Index 1730-45

Lease btw William JACKSON of Colerine, Co. Londonderry of 1st pt; Frances his wife of the 2nd pt;  & the Hon Mrs. MOORE of the City of Dublin , widow of 3rd pt. JACKSON had received payment of 1300 pounds from MOORE for lands of Ballimadigan, Drumnequile, Donbally-Carn Ringrashbeg Ringrashmore Andaclave etc … in Co. Londonderry. WITNESS: William CHURCH & William KINKEAD. NOTE: This is William JACKSON (1695-1744) & his wife Frances EYRE. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

84

221

59683

JACKSON, William

Coleraine

1736 Nov 11

CAREY Book Index 1730-45

William JACKSON of Coleraine in consid of  5s paid to him by Henry CARY of Dungivin, Co. Coleraine Esq. Arthur Church  of Coleraine Esq.  & Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq sold to  Messrs Henry CARY, Arthur CHURCH & Thomas JACKSON  town and lands of Ballimadigan, Drumnequile, Donbally=Carn Ringrashbeg Ringrashmore Andaclave etc. WITNESS Farmer GLOVER & William CHURCH of Coleraine. NOTE: This is William JACKSON (1695-1744) SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

84

221

59684

JACKSON, William

Coleraine

1736 Nov 11

CAREY Book Index 1730-45

Whereby William JACKSON of Coleraine, Co. Londonderry Esq. having contracted many & great debts & minded to vest his estate in Trustees in payment  thereof and in consideration of the sum of 5 pounds sterling sold to  Messrs Henry CARY, Arthur CHURCH & Thomas JACKSON  town and lands of Ballimadigan, Drumnequile, Donbally=Carn Ringrashbeg Ringrashmore Andaclave etc…. all that Manor commonly called the Manor of Clothworkers, Barony of Coleraine, Co. Londonderry. NOTE: This is William JACKSON (1695-1744) SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

84

299

60419

JACKSON, Nathaniel

 

Queens

1736 Jan 21

ANNESLEY, Thomas-JACKSON NOTES in 2009 diary. Mountmellick 1730-1745 1708-1738

Thomas ANNESLEY of Mt. Melick in Queens Co. Innkeeper of Mt. Mellick of 1st part & Nathaniel JACKSON of Mt. Mellick Merchant of the other ... in presence of Luke DEMPSY, Thomas MATTHEWS, Walter FITZGERALD all of City of Dublin, Gent ...

84

348

60917

OLIVER

Limerick

1736 Jun 12

OLIVER, Robert -MOORE NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745

Robert OLIVER of Clondfoy, Co. Limerick & Susanna OLIVER als KNIGHT & Robert OLIVER jr.

84

394

61406

Jackson, Thomas

Dublin

1737 Jun 17

JACKSON-MERCER NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745

Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin, Merchant in consid of 121 pounds 9s 2d … grant to Luke MERCER all that land  on the north side of Polebeg Street,  in Liberties of City of Dublin  containing in breadth in the front of said street  17 feet 8 perches  and the same in rerre and in depth  56 feet with all houses, buildings and improvements … term of 37 years. WITNESS: James SAUNDERS; Michel ARGENT both clerks to William PARRY of City of London, notary.

84

509

62294

JACKSON, Henry & Hugh & James

Meath, & Dublin & Meath & Monaghan

1737 Nov 21

 CASSIDY Book Index 1730-45

JACKSON-FARRELL site research

Mortgage 21 October 1737, Henry JACKSON, Lisnabow, County Meath, Gent and Hugh JACKSON, Ballybeain, County Monaghan, Merchant, 1st pt, Patrick Cassidy, Dublin, Gent the other part.
Recites that Thomas Bligh, Brittas, County Meath, Esq. demised to the said Henry JACKSON all that the sixteen poles of Ballynaticknuff then in his possession containing by estimation 152 acres, situated in County Meath to hold from 1 May 1712 during the lives of the said Henry JACKSON, Hugh JACKSON and James JACKSON his sons. Various covenants not noted. Clause of Renewal....
Recites that the said Henry JACKSON by Lease demised unto the said Hugh JACKSON 40 acres of the said sixteen Poles of Ballynaticknuff at the yearly rent of £7 sterling during the term of the natural lives of the lives of the said Henry JACKSON and the said Hugh  JACKSON.
Witness that the said Henry JACKSON and Hugh JACKSON in consideration of £40 sterling did assign to the said Patrick CASSIDY all their Rights and Interests in the said lands and Towns together with their two several Leases, to hold by said Patrick CASSIDY during the lives of the said Henry and Hugh JACKSON. NOTE: No  JACKSON Witnesses. SEE: Jacksons of Lisnaboe  and Lisnaboe documents

85

271

60083

HAWKINS

Carlow

Dublin

1736 Dec 18

SYMONS-HAWKINS Notes in 2009 diary 1708-1738

Henry SYMONS of Clogheristick, Co. Carlow, Gent in consideration of £140 paid by John HAWKINS of Dublin, Esq. Did grant all of Ballynaboly containing 218A 2R in Barony of Idrone, Co. Carlow for 21 years.

85

279

6029

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1736 Apr 13

Lord SANTRY-JACKSON NOTES in 2009 diary.

Rt Hon Henry Lord Baron Barry of Santry of 1 part & Henry JACKSON of City of Dublin Cordwinder of the other ... ground on North side of Pill Lane formerly in possession of John BURGES ... 25’X130’ .. Cow Lane on north (more description) ... 31 years.

85

404

60730

 

Louth

 

McCARTEN – TENISON Philipstown

85

408

60745

DAWSON

 

1730-1745

DAWSON, Walter-HOLMES

Walter DAWSON – Thomas HOLMES… lots of lands

85

438

60881

 

 

1708-1738

REDDY-SIMONS Notes in 2009 diary Old Leighlin, Tompsons Freehold

Not pertinent.

85

517

61249

BALL

Armagh

1737 May 28

BALL to CANDLER Notes in 2009 diary 1708-1738

Between Abraham BELL of Darrer, Co. Louth, Esq. Of 1st part & Thomas CANDLER of Kilbline, Co. Kilkenny Esq. Of the other ... refers to marriage of son Thomas BALL to Grace ACTON ... list of townlands incl Armaghmare, Sytrim, Cullyhanna, Raciclan, Cross, Munoge, Urcher, Drummacavale, etc.

86

20

59087

JACKSON, Edmond

 

 

HAYDON Book Index 1730-45

 

86

46

59237

JOHNSTON

Monaghan

1736 Aug 16

John JOHNSTON-NOBLE

John JOHNSTON of Johnston’s Bridge, Co. Armagh of 1 pt & Brabazone NOBLE of Rahans in Co. Monaghan of other part…. Transfer of 13 tates of land commonly known as Kenock Two Tates of Annaghbeg One Tate Anaghmore , one Tate Magony, two tates Miskishmore,  one tate Drumbole,  one tate Tamispitmore… with the mill or millsted  in Manor of Iniskeen, Barony of Farney, Co. Monaghan.

86

87

59405

ECHLIN

Down & Dublin

1736 Jul 31

CLEWLOW, James-ECHLIN 1730-1745

Bt Rt Hon Ld Viscount Limerick of 1 pt James Campbell HAMILTON late of Dublin, but now of London & Ann his wife dau & only heir of Sir Hans HAMILTON Bart late dec’d of the 2nd pt Robt LAMBERT of Dunlady, Co Down & Hugh JOHNSTON of Redamon  Co Down James CLEWLEW of Bangor Clke of 3rd pt Hugh HENRY of City of Dublin Esq. & Samuel WARING of sd City Gent of 4th part & James ECHLIN in Rowbane, Co Down Esq of 5th pt... townland of Ballygraffen, Barony of Ards, Co Down to James ECHLIN.. containing mills, watercourse etc....

86

186

359988

 

Drogheda

1708-1738

BALL to HUMPHRY (Mem# is probably wrong)

The west plot of ground with the building thatched & cabin in theron formerly in Richard Brodigan’s possession.

86

329

60600

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1736 Feb 1

McCULLOCH Jas to TUMMIN 1730-1745

James McCULLOH of City of Dublin & Wm TUMMIN of Nestpanstown, Co Dublin ... lands in Co Dublin

86

343

60685

JACKSON,

Michael

Dublin

1736 Mar 12

JACKSON - LUTRIDGE Book Index 1730-45

Lease and relese between Michael JACKSON of Plimlicoe, City of Dublin, Clothier of the 1 pt & Thomas LUDWIDGE of Whitehave, Great Britain, merchant of the other part… house and tenement known by the sign of the Hen and the Chickens in High Street, City of Dublin.  With the backside house of ease and appurtenances  to hold unto Thomas LUTWIDGE… yearly lease of 14 pounds  WITNESS: James CONCANEN; of City of Dublin, Merchant.  & James CONCANEN jr.  of same city son of James CONCANEN merchant. SEE: Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Pimlico.

86

343

60689

JACKSON, Robert

Kings.

1736 Mar 12

WARREN als PERCY – Robert JACKSON

A long list of trustees, of 1st pt; Robert JACKSON all the tithes both great and small belongoing the parish of Kerans and also the Glebe lands … etc. SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkeiran.

86

363

60772

 

Louth

 

BAYLEY- Lord NORTH Dromullagh,

Not sure it is pertinent.

86

395

60932

ECHLIN

Monaghan

1708-1738

ECHLIN-ACHESON Book 43 (1708-1738) Corduffles

Marriage to be between Anne MOORE & Arthur ECHLIN...complex – lots of lands in Parish of Tullycorbet & Agnamullen, Co. Monaghan

87

68

60609

JACKSON?

Drogheda

1708-1738

PIPPARD-STEWART Bk 71 wrong number

87

91

60711

JACKSON, John

Louth

1736 Mar 16

GRACE Book Index 1730-45

 Deed of Lease & Release  btw Mark BARNES son & heir of Joceslyn BARNES late of gerrardstown Co Meath Clerk of 1st part; John JACKSON of Marshallrath Co Louth son & heir of Arthur JACKSON late of Marshalrath, Co Louth Esq deceased  of 2nd pt  & Rev. John GRACE of Navan Co Meath Clerk of 3rd pt… 350 pounds to John JACKSON

87

103

60774

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1737 Mar 26

DUMAGAN Book Index 1730-45

 Lease btw Henry JACKSON of City of London [sic?] Cordwainer of the 1 pt & James DUMAGAN of the same Baker of the other pt. Jackson demised for the term of 23 years for rent of 14 pounds sterling a Dwelling House or Tenement wherein Richard CALLOGHAN formerly dwelt on Charles Street in the Suburbs of the City of Dublin. WITNESSES: Owen CHAPMAN brewer of Dublin & Joseph THOMPSON of same Gent

87

109

62379

 

Queens

 

DAWSON-FORTESCUE Grange,

87

173

61148

GILMORE

 

1708-1738

HAMILTON-GILLMER Dromgosse

87

177

61166

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1737 May 18

PEARSON Book Index 1730-45

Rev. John JACKSON of Clanshagh Co Dublin Clerke of 1 pt… town and lands of Holywoodrath 140A in Barony of Castleknock,  Co. Dublin SEE: JACKSONs of Santry

87

243

61465

McCULLAGH

 

1730-1745

McCULLOCH Willm to SCOTT

87

350

46387

VANCE, Wm

 

1730-1745

VANCE-JOHNSTON

87

366

62152

WRIGHT

Monaghan

1735 Jan 16

HAMILTON - OWEN    

Marriage articles, 16th Jan 1735 of Dacre HAMILTON & Mary WRIGHT [NOTE: Widow of Joseph WRIGHT]

Dacre HAMILTON, town & county of Monaghan, 1st part

Mary WRIGHT alias OWEN of Gola, Co Monaghan, widow, 2nd part

Henry OWEN, Killmore, Co Mon}

Forster SCOTT, Glenamully, Mon} 3rd part

 2 Tates of Corlea & Terriree

Tates of Laragh & Cornecarrive with Corn Mill & ?Tuch Mill thereupon

{Rent charge of £15 payable to said Mary}

Witnessed by John HAMILTON of Shankill, Co Monaghan & Brabazon NOBLE, Rakass, Co Monaghan. Transcription thanks to Peter McWilliam.

87

375

62202

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1737 Oct 31

McDANIEL - Alexander JACKSON

Btw Alexander McDANIEL City of Dublin, Bricklayer of 1st pt & Henry JACKSON of the same city shoemaker of the other pt. re tenment on the nrth side of Marks Alley in Suburbs of City of Dublin cont in front lot 15’ extending backwards 48’6” bounded on the south with Mark’s Alley on the north with Michael POOLEs on east tenement known by name of Sugar Loaf and on the west by Thomas EUSTACEs holding for 99 years at yearly rent of 3 pounds. WITNESS: Joseph FOXALL of City of Dublin Gent & John SMITH notary. NOTE: Henry JACKSON was described as a cordwainer in other deeds.

87

423

62439

McCULLAGH

Antrim & Down

1737 Dec 10

McCULLOCH Henry to McCULLOCH

Henry McCULLOCH of Randlestown, Co Antrim Gent of 1 pt & William McCULLOCH of Piedmont & James CAULFEILD of of Ballysavage both of Co Antrim Gent of the other pt… marriage to be solemnized btw Henry McCULLOCH and Ann CRAWFORD (eldest daughter of John CRAWFORD of Crawfordstown Gen of 3rd pt)… lands in Londonderry for marriage portion

87

535

63020

OLIVER

Cork

1737 Mar 3

OLIVER, Robert - FRANKS 1730-1745

Btw Robert OLIVER jun of Ballyhinock Co Cork Esq & Jane his wife of 1st pt;Joan SILVER od ibin widow & relict of John SILVER late of Fountain in Co Waterford. … lands in Drakestown.

88

26

61436

JACKSON, William & Mary & Lettice

Armagh

1736 Oct 14

JACKSON to WALKER Book Index 1708-1738 Coppy Pt.

Marriage Art btw William JACKSON of Mullaghbane , Co. Armagh of 1st part &  George WALKER of Linaborough & Wm McBARNES of Grange in Co. Armagh Gent of 2nd pt. & John ROBINSON of Killmakew [aka Killmacrew?] & Mary ROBINSON wife of sd Wm both of Co Armagh of 3rd pt. Witness marriage btw Mary JACKSON dau of William & John ROBINSON ...various lands ...lives of Wm JACKSON jr, Lettice JACKSON & Mary ROBINSON. Witness: John SCOTT of Dromgola & Leonard DOBBIN of Armagh, Gent

88

73

61650

BAILIE

 

1730-1745

BAILIE, Thomas-BAILY

88

77

61667

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1737 Jul 29

JACKSON-Wm-MAULEVERER Book Index 1730-1745 Fortwilliam,

29 July 1737

Between Wm. JACKSON Sen. & Wm. JACKSON jr. both of Fortwilliam in the Parish of Killcronaghan, Co. Londonderry, Gent of the one part & Bellingham MAULEVERER Ck. Rector of Maghere in sd. Co. Of the other. Leased corn mill & lands in of Dunarnan Owenreagh Cavanreagh Moneyconey Tullybrick – parish of Ballynaforeen, Co. Londonderry. SEE: Jacksons of Tobermore.

88

115

61784

BAILIE

 

1730-1745

ANNESLEY, Richard-BAYLY

88

393

63039

 

Louth

1737 Mar 4

TISDALE – FOSTER Not of use to me Killeen,

88

463

63295

JACKSON, Mary & George

Antrim

1738 Apr 18

JACKSON-JACKSON Book Index 1730-45

DEED 12 Oct 1734 between Mary JACKSON of Antrim Steeple, Co. Antrim widow & relict of George JACKSON late of Steeple Aforesaid. Dec’d on the one part & George JACKSON now of Steeple ... son of George JACKSON of the other part ... devised ½ [term] ... in townlands Steeple that were devised by George JACKSON to George JACKSON… Mary’s late husband had devised to her. WITNESS Arthur O’NEIL of town of Antrim & Ann O’NEIL spinster of Antrim town & John MILLER of Dunegor yeoman of Antrim... SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmage - Antrim.

88

540

63638

SEAVER

Armagh

1738 Apr 13

SEAVER-GRAHAM Book 1(1708-1738) Ballynahone-more, Navan Bellaghy, Ballynahonebeg

Btw Richard SEAVER of Navan, parish & Co Armagh  Gent of 1 pt & William GRAHAM of Ballyheridan of sd parish & Co Esq.of other pt conveyed to Wm GRAHAM  3 townlands of Navan, Ballynahonebeg & Bellaghy als Ballyaghy in Parish & Co Armagh then in tenure & occupation of Richard SEAVER...witnessed by Alexander HUTCHESON of City of Dublin Gent & George WALKER of Armagh afsd Gent & Patyrick Cunningham servant to Alexander HUTCHESON

89

203

62847

CHARLETON

Armagh

1737 Feb 10

ANGLESEY, Earl-CHARLTON 1730-1745

Richard Earl of Anglesey of 1 pt & Andrew CHARLTON of City of Dublin Esq.... many townlands = 1197 acres in Manor of Teemore, Co. Armagh.

89

258

63093

BIRCH

Kilkenny

1730-1745

BIRCH, John of city of Kilkenny-CRANLY 1737 Mar 13

89

309

63353

McCULLAGH, Archibald

Armagh

1738 Apr 24

WITNESS: Archibald McCULLAGH of Cullintrough, Co. Armagh, Gent..Halifax

89

343

63526

JACKSON, Daniel

Dublin

1738 May 6

GRATTAN Book Index 1730-45

Between Rev. Daniel JACKSON of City of Dublin Admin of Goods etc of Edward DEERING late of Dublin dec’d of the 1 pt & the Rev. Robert GRATTAN of City of Dublin of other pt... in consid of 350 pounds pd to Rev. Daniel JACKSON by Robert GRATTAN & also in consid of the sum of 10 shillings to the said Henry DEERING did transfer large park of Coleraine contain by estimation Five Acres the Tirnup field thereto adjoining cont by est 7 acres, the Ash Grove cont 6 acres, two small meadows next adjoining amounting to the number of 22 acres of the lands of Great Clonshaghin in the Barony of Coolock & Co. Of Dublin ... more plots of land in Dublin described ... Witness Rev. John GRATTAN of Dublin & Joseph LANDERS of same publ. SEE: JACKSONs of Santry

89

371

63637

BRADFORD

Carlow

1708-1738

BRADFORD, Alex-LANGTON Barragh,

 

89

377

63690

BARTLEY

 

1730-1745

BARTLEY, Alice-land

89

381

63594

 

Louth

 

TISDALE - FOSTER Killeen,

89

434

63946

DAWSON, Edward

Monaghan

1738 Jun 18

DAWSON-DAWSON Book 43 (1708-1738) Enagh

Edward DAWSON of Inagh, Co. Monaghan of 1st pt & Richard DAWSON of Dublin Alderman of other pt.... Edward confirmed to Richard DAWSON lands of Inagh situate in Barony of Dartry & Co of Monaghan. For £100. NOTE: I believe that Edward DAWSON was Elinor OLIVER’s father

89

458

64066

JACKSON,

Michael

Dublin

1738 Jul 3

BOND Book Index 1730-45

Lease – Michael JACKSON of City of Dublin, Clothier for 20 pounds sterling pd by Edward BOND of Bonderill, Co. Armagh demised Coach house & stable in Bootlane in Oxmantown, City of Dublin... for 52 years See: JACKSONs of Pimlicoe.

89

871

63637

BRADFORD

Carlow

1738 May 18

BRADFORD-LANGTEN 1708-1738 Drumbarragh

Rev. Alexander BRADFORD of 1 part & John LANGON of Barrelstown Esq. Of other pt...Charles Bishop of Kildare & Rev. Johnathon SWIFT ....demised to Alex BRADFORD Tythes of the Rectory of Barraghats Drumbarraghin in Co. Catherlogh

90

84

62981

OLIVER

Cork

1730-1745

OLIVER, Robert  of Co Cork - CAMPBELL 1730-1745

90

88

63001

JACKSON, Philip

Galway

Kings

1737 Oct 20

 Hon Ann PLUNKETT of Dillonstown, Co. Louth, spinstress did demise to Philip JACKSON of Eyrecourt, Co. Galway land in Banaher, Kings Co..for lives Philip JACKSON; Mary JACKSON wife & Henry JACKSON eldest son of Philip JACKSON.

90

310

64563

GILLMER, James

Armagh

Tyrone

1738 Aug 10

COPE-GILLMER Ballikellie, Ballycoffy, Drummanagh 1708-1738

Btw Anthony COPE Maydowne, Co. Armagh Esq. of 1st  Eliz COPE als CAREY mother of Anthony COPE of 2nd pt. Downham COPE brother of sd Anthony COPE, John DONNELLY & Jane DONNELLY als COPE his wife, Henry DAVIS Anne DAVIS als COPE his wife, Elizabeth COPE & St. John MATHERS & Euphemia MATHERS als COPE his wife of the 3rd pt Which said Jane, Ann, ELizabteh & Euphemia are sisters of the sadi Anthony COPE Walter COPE of Drumully Co. Armagh Esqs.& Sarah COPE widow & sole executor of Walter COPE late of Drumully Esq. deceased of the 4th pt & James GILMER of Minuny, CO. Armagh farmer, James ARMSTRONG of Anaduffe CO. Leitrim & Geo STEVENSON of Lifford Co. Donegal Gents of 5th pt…. several sums pd by James GILMER incl 1,500 pounds to Anthony COPE… transfer of townland to James GILMER: incl Maydowne aka Maydown, Carganess ala Carrickanass, Ballykelie, Mullinkill also Derregahirne als Derruride als Derrore als Drumnaght, Careanlelish als Drumduff & Killaneal in Co. Armagh & Tyrone & Tullinisk in Territory of Clenaule Co. Armagh also Ballycoffy & Killimaddy als Kilnemaddy Barony Dungannon & Armagh in counties of Tyrone & Armagh… NOTE: They all witnessed, so were all alive.

90

421

65165

BELLEW

Louth

1737 Aug 29

Indenture of lease whereby the Hon John Lord BELLEW, Baron of Dunleek did demise unto John PEPPER of Walterstown, Co. Louth the lands of Trey cont abt 140 acres known by the name of McCardle’s Park & then in possession of PEPPER for lives of John PEPPER & Ann PEPPER & Abigail PEPPER his daughters.. Witness Wm FOSTER of Dunleer & Anthony FOSTER of Dunleer.

90

502

65890

 

Armagh

1708-1738

MATTHEW-HAMILTON & HUSSEY Book 1 (1708-1738) Magherkilcranny

90

502

65896

 

Armagh

1708-1738

MATTHEW - HAMILTON to HUSSEY Magherkillcrany

 

90

522

65120

GILMORE

Armagh

1708-1738

COPE-GILLMER Killaneal, Killimady

 

91

1

63027

TISDALL

Louth

1737 Mar 4

TISDALE – FOSTER Killeen,

Richard TISDALL of Atherdee Co Louth Esq & Philip TISDALL of City of Dublin Esq.eldest son & heir apparent of Richard TISDALL… several townands – not directly useful to me

91

9

63070

BROWN

Carlow

1737 Mar 10

BROWN-SANDS Ballycarny, Rathvilly,

Robert BROWN of Sigginstown, Co Kildare Gent & Edward SANDYS  of City of Dublin Glover

91

34

63195

OLIVER

Cork

1738 Apr 5

OLIVER, Robert - REILLY 1730-1745

Robert OLIVER of Co Cork

91

68

63352

McCULLAGH

Armagh & Monaghan

1708-1738

(TI Bk 43)

ARMSTRONG to Archibald McCULLAGH Carnecorry

91

72

63376

JACKSON,

Josias

Kildare

1738 Apr 25

EMPSON Book Index 1730-45

Mortgage by way of Lease & Release
Josias JACKSON, Glasseley, Kildare, Gent 1P
William Empson, City of Dublin, Alderman 2P
1P to 2P for considerations mentioned therein, town & lands of Glasseley, Ballindrom & Ballydam, Co Kildare
Lives added subject to covenant of renewal in lease 20/10/1734 from Rt Hon Robert Earl of Kildare
Josias JACKSON, jun, Samuel JACKSON & Sarah JACKSON, the sons & daughter of Josias JACKSON
Release conditional on payment of £200 + interest
DWMW William JACKSON, Clerk to William Empson
DWMW George Moore, Publick Notary, Dublin

Thanks to Peter McWilliam.

91

158

63780

Abigail & Jane & ors

Dublin

1738 Jun 5

COOKE Book Index 1730-45

Deed of lease and release, a sexpartite deed bearing date and perfected the 5th and 6th day of January 1737 between Oliver CROFTEN of Lissanarrow Co. Limerick Esq. of the 1st pt; Abigail BUCKLEY als JACKSON of the City of Dublin and relict of William BUCKLEY late of Buckley in Co Lancaster England Esq deceased of the 2nd pt; Jane JACKSON sister of the said Abigail of the 3rd pt; Thomas COOK of Castle Cook Co. Cork and Edward ARMSTRONG of Kiloolyan Kings Co Esq of the  4th pt; Hugh BOYD of Balycastle Co Antrim Esq & Warneford ARMSTRONG in Clara in Kings Co of the 5th pt.; and the Hon Michael EVARD one of his Majesties Justces  of the Court of Kings bench and the said Hugh BOYD of the 6th pt. Reciting that wereas a marriage was intended to be held and solemnized between the said Oliver CROFTON and Abigail BUCKLEY and that whereas the said Abigail BUCKLEY was seized in fee of and in certain Lands Tenements and Heriditements in said indenture mentioned situate in the Kingdom of England and that the said Abigail was also seized and Intitled to a Jointure for her life out of the estate of William BUCKLEY in said Kingdom of England and that whereas the said Abigail BUCKLEY and Jane JACKSON were seized in Fee as Coparcener of and in certain tenements and heritments in Kingdom of Ireland in said indenture mentioned and Oliver CROFTON was also seized of an estate in Fee simple… in consideration for 500 pounds paid to him out of the personal estate of  Abigail BUCKLEY… sum of 10 shillings paid to Thomas COOK and Edward ARMSTRONG [lots of lands set to Oliver CROFTON by the partition made to him by the Right Honble Sir Edward CROFTON Baronet] .. and whereby the said Abigail BUCKLEY in consideration of the said marriage in performance of her part of the said marriage agreement and for the provision made for her and for the issue of her marriage…. All that her moiety share and proportion of the Lands of Castletownmore Ardlenan Drishock Marvelstown Drakerath Reisk 25 acres in the Island of Conlogh in Co. Meath 5 tates of lands called Lattin [Latton, Parish of Aghnamullen] Dromod Parish of Aghnamullen Money Parish of Aghnamullen Meaghan [aka Maghon Parish of Aghnamullen and Dromconar [ probably Drumcanon Parish of Aghnamullen ] in the Barony of Cremornean [aka Cremorne] Co Monaghan the town and lands and Poles of land  commonly called by the name of Lisgraa Drumgolan and Bracklany in the Barony of Castlerahan and Co Cavan 40 acres in Colemanstown and 100 acres in Knightstown and Ballinclea als Ballinclea in Co Dublin and all her other lands tenements and Hereditaments in the Kingdom of Ireland and all the profits advantages and appurtenances to the said premises belonging or appertaining and the Reversion and Reversions and Remainder and Rems Yearly and other Rents Issues and profit of all the said premises…. And whereby said Jane JACKSON for the settling and securing the lands of Inheritance in her family and Blood and in consideration of the several Remembrances in said Indenture limited to her [it seems that COOK & ARMSTRONG set up a trust for the sisters].. WITNESSES: John BURROWS and William SMYTH. NOTE: The inheritance originated with their uncle: Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706)

91

337

64413

SHIRLEY

 

1730-1745

SHIRLEY, Robert – his will

91

415

64579

 

Drogheda

1708-1738

BALL to McCARTNEY

Two tenements and gardens in the possession of Philip MOONEY Richard RUSSELL & James DONNELLY.

91

478

69038

BRADFORD

 

1730-1745

BRADFORD, Charles-DARRAGH

92

94

64013

JACKSON, Peter & ors

Louth

1734  Jul 16

HELSHAM & ors Book Index 1730-45 POCKLINGTON

Image 56

Complex deed – many names & townlands. I did not see Peter JACKSON mentioned, but I suspect this was Rev. Peter JACKSON and he may have been included in his role as rector

92

96

64016

DONALDSON

Armagh

1730 May 3&4

DONALDSON to DONALDSON Caren, Cloghoge,

Notes in 2009 diary1708-1738

Randall DONALDSON of Castledillon, Co. Armagh of 1st part & Robert DONALDSON, City of Dublin, Gent & Henry SMITH of 3rd part. Lands of Cloghoge, Allistagh & Caren, Co. Armagh ... Turrytane als Torrehene Drombane & Cloeross, Co. Tipperary & Owencloghy & Ball_ober ... Glenarm ... Inver ... Levine, Co. Antrim ... 5,000 acres WITNESS: John DONALDSON servant to Randal DONALDSON & Gilligan BEERS clerk to Robert DONALDSON.

92

107

64043

 

 

 

Aghavilly

92

112

64065

JACKSON,

Michael

Dublin

1738 Jul 3

JACKSON-BOND Book Index 1730-45

Michael JACKSON of City of Dublin clothier for 130 pounds pd by Edward BOND of Bondville, Co. Armagh Esq  made over tenement situate at Boot Lane, Dublin... term of 91 years. See: Jackson of Pimlico.

92

344

6451

WRIGHT

 

1730-1745

CLEMENT, Mary-WRIGHT not important in 2010.

92

356

64896

JACKSON, Clark

Londonderry

1738  Nov 14

JACKSON-MARRON Bk 423  1708-1738 Londonderry & Coleraine

Btw Clark JACKSON of Drumballyhagen Co. Londonderry Gent of 1 pt & John MARRON of Maghera Merchant of other pt. … for natural lives of Adam JACKSON eldest son of Clark JACKSON aged abt 13 years Samuel PATERSON eldest son of William PATERSON Tobermore in proportion aged about 11 years & John  O’CAHAN 2nd son of James O’CAHAN of Drumballyhagen… in presence of Thomas ASH and Rowly HILL Justices of the Peace for Londonderry. SEE: Jacksons of Tobermore.

92

441

65270

 

Armagh

1738 Dec 13

HAMPTON TO WILLSON Notes in 2009 diary1708-1738 Killinore

Between Robert WILSON of Ballymacone, Co. Armagh, linen draper of 1st part & Christopher HAMPTON of Balliwilley, Co. Armagh for £238 for town and land of Balliwilley homesteads of Killinore ... Barony of Oneland, Co. Armagh in presence of Thomas WILSON of Mahadry Arthur McDONNELL of A___willy & Henry McCOLLIN of Richill all in Co. Armagh WITNESS all John WILSON of Mahadry ... Joseph BURGES, JP from Co. Armagh.

92

520

65440

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1738 Jan 8

JACKSON-HANLON Book Index 1730-45

Henry JACKSON City of Dublin Gent demised to Caleb HANLON of City Mergh tenement lately built by Henry JACKSON on North side of Thomas St, City of Dublin... one of witnesses was John EVERS wine cooper.

92

521

65441

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1738 Jan 8

JACKSON-HANLON Book Index 1730-45

Henry JACKSON City of Dublin Gent demised to Caleb HANLON of City Mergh tenement lately built by Henry JACKSON on west side of St. John’s Lane in St. Thomas St

93

110

65039

BRADFORD

Dublin

1738 Sep 6

BRADFORD, Wm-MORGAN & wife NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745

Marcus Anthony MORGAN & Catherine MORGAN asl COOTE daughter & coheir of Chidley COOTE Esq. Of 1 pt & Wiliam BRADFORD of City of Dublin Chirurgeon of the other part (NOTE: very long deed),

93

329

65655

JACKSON, Daniel

Dublin

1738 Jun 29

JACKSON-PALMER Book Index 1730-45

Btw Rev. Daniel JACKSON of Tullamore in Kings Co clrk of 1 pt & Amos PALMER of Newtown in Queens Co & Robt DROUGHT of Park in said Kings Co Gent of other pt reciting whereas the Ld Montague Lord Visc BLUNDELL did demise to Rev. John JACKSON of Clonshagh in Co Dublin... tithes...Territory of Tecall & Barony of Ballyboy Eglish & Ballycowen situate in Kings Co ... more details on tythes. Montague BLUNDELL demised tythes to a rectory in Westmeath to Rev. John JACKSON. whose brother Rev. Daniel JACKSON already had one third of the tythes which has assigned to Amos PALMER + Robert DROUGHT. SEE: JACKSONs of Santry

93

514

661

GILMORE

Armagh

1739, May 17

HAMILTON & wife to GILLMER Feduffe

Meml of Deeds of Lease May 17-18, 1739 between Wm. HAMILTON of Argonell, Co. Armagh Gent. & Mary his wife of the one part & James GILLMER of Minuny, Co. Armagh Gent of the other. Witnesseth that the Sd Wm. HAMILTON & Mary his wife for [?] Consn of the sum of Fourteen hund pounds [?] Court Money of Great Britain to them or either of them in hand paid by the Sd James GILLMER …. grant & release & Confirm unto the Sd Jas GILLMER …. all that & those the Desmesnes & Lands of Mount HAMILTON at Argonell with all the growing Timber & Improvets therein & other Appurs thereunto belonging to ge with that pt of the Townland of Feduffe [perhaps “Teduff”] adjoining the Bridge of Argonell & the great road leading from Middletown to Monaghan & that part of the Bog of Feduffe belonging to the lands of Argonell formerly enjoyed by the Sd Wm HAMILTON & his undertenants  Bog with that pt or proportion of ground cont … four acres of Turf bog or Moss of Knockbane which Lands and Premes are situate lying & being in the baro of Turney & County of Armagh & were in the actual possession of the Sd Jas GILLMER at the time of the perfection of the Sd Deed. Witness: Jno SCOTT of Stonetown, Gent. George BANNERMAN of Armagh Gent Richard CROSS of Clinticarty Gent Robt SCOTT of Armagh Gent. Joshua McGEOGH of Dromsill.

93

560

66911

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1739 Jun 6

JACKSON-COAD Book Index 1730-45

Marriage Art: btw William JACKSON of Kilmainham in Co of Dublin Tanner  of 1 pt Ralph CARD of the City of Dublin Esq. & John LOWTON of the same city clothier of the other part. Whereas a marriage btw Wm JACKSON & Ann HUNT dau to John HUNT late of the City of Dublin, clothier dec’d 200 pounds to be paid to Wm JACKSON as a marriage portion. SEE: Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff - Descendants.

93

574

66969

OLIVER

Tipperary & Limerick

1730-1745

OLIVER, Robert - WOOD 1730-1745

John DAWSON of Grenane Tipperary & Robert OLIVER jr. Esq  of Clonodfoy, Co. Limerick.

93

623

67149

JACKSON, Ambrose

Cork

1739 Aug 28

JACKSON-King George Book Index 1730-45

Made btw Ambrose JACKSON of City of Cork Esq of 1 pt... lots of land that Ambrose had around the custom house for 23 years...

94

 

 

JOHNSON

Dublin

Armagh

1726 Dec 17

JOHNSON-MAXWELL NOTE: This book number is a guess. My notes don’t have the deed number included

Euphemia JOHNSON, City of Dublin, spinster of 1st part & rev. Robert MAXWELL of Fellowshall, Co. Armagh of other part for £500 for lands of Ballinemetagh, Ou_agh, Ballinemetagh, Iteragh, also Cavanapole, Lislouney [aka Lislooney?], Braghnoye, Kerry, Dromgosse, Dromaghikee, Glasdromon, Crosdalyoutragh and Crossdalyiteragh all in Barony of Tyrarney, Co. Armagh. WITNESS John JOHNSTON of Ballimetagh, Co. Armagh & Andrew CHARLETON, City of Dublin, Gent & William SHERIDAN of Dublin.SEE also: 94-372-66727 for other mention of Euphemia JOHNSON.

94

186

65857

 

Monaghan

1708-1738

Lord Massarene- Earl of Kildare Book 43 (1708-1738) Creeve

NOTE: Lots of high falluting names – not worth pursuing for my current needs

94

251

66199

McCULLAGH

Tyrone

1739 May 14

McCULLAGH Hugh to CALDWELL

Hugh McCULLAGH, Strabena, Co. Tyrone Innkeeper.

94

279

66326

McCULLAGH

 

1739 Mar 13

McCULLAGH Hugh & wife & John to SINCLAIRE

94

355

66666

BELLEW

Tyrone

1730-1745

BELLEW, Richard-ROWLAND

Hugh McCULLAGH of Liskey, Parish of Camus, Co. Tyrone & Rebecca his wife & John McCULLAGH, their only son. Lands in Strabane witness: Hugh BROWN of Strabane, Co. Tyrone.

94

372

66727

GILLMER, James

Armagh

1739 Jul 5

GILLMER to WALMSLEY Monony, from index under Lisleeny Townland

Deed indented between James GILLMER and Marguerretta WALMSLEY, widow of Armagh  in consideration of 500 pounds chargeable upon the towns and lands of Ballenametagh [and 13 other townlands] in Barony of Tureny, Co Armagh ... deeds transfered by Euphemia JOHNSTON of Dublin , spinster by Rev. Dr. Robert Maxwell late of Fellowshall, Co Armagh  Witness R DONALDSON

94

489

67389

BIRCH

 

1730-1745

BIRCH, John BUSH

95

51

65660

 

Monaghan

1708-1738

CORRY-BELLINGHAMBook 43 (1708-1738) Creeve

 

95

66

9?

 

 

Bk 55

CAMPBELL-JONES

95

91

65815

 

Louth

 

TISDALE - FOSTER Killeen,

96

67

66437

JACKSON, William

Tipperary

Dublin

1731 Apr 17

BEASLEY Book Index 1730-45

Image 44

Image 45

Rev. William JACKSON of Connell, Co. Tipperary Clke set to William BEASLEY, of City of Dublin, Clothier, Dwelling & house messuage or tenement on north side of Chambers St., where Joseph DENNISON lately lived adjoining on the west Mr. BRADFORDs holding, on the east Nathniel DUNDRESS’s holding; on the north the holding of George CROSS; and on the south by Chamber Street.for lives of Ralph CARD of City of Dublin Gent, John SHAW of City of Dublin Hosier, & Samuel CARD jr Esq. [?] eldest son of Ralph CARD. WITNESS: Samuel PEERY of Chamber Street Clothier & James ENGLISH Gent.

96

144

66887

McCULLAGH

 

1730-1745

McCULLOCH Willm to McCARTNEY

96

257

67535

JACKSON, Erasmus

 

 

STRANGMANTH Book Index 1730-45

96

284

67683

CLEWLEW

Louth

1730-1745

Lord PRIMATE-FORTESCUE NOTES in 2009 diary

Lord Primate to Thomas FORTESCUE of Renoldstown, Co. Louth to Rev. James CLEWLEW of Hollywood, Co. Down .. Incorporated Society in Dublin for Promoting English Protestant Schools in Ireland ... townlands of Killinshe [possibly Killinchy in the Woods – Barony of Castlereagh Upper], Barony of K_nelearty [aka Kinelarty on southern border of Barony of Castlereagh Upper], Co. Down & also Charity School of Dundalk.

96

298

67763

JOHNSTON

Londondery

1748-58

Dorothy-JOHNSTON

Dorothy JOHNSTON widow, John JOHNSTON & Anthony JOHNSTON all of Leitrim in Parish of Ballyscullion, Co Londonderry

96

361

68266

JACKSON, Thomas & ors

Kilkenny

1739 Mar 7

JACKSON-AYLWARD1730-1745

Thomas JACKSON was a trustee concerning lands in Kilkenny

96

378

68385

JACKSON

Londonderrry

1739-1810

KINHEAD-JACKSON

Btw Mary KINKEDD of Waterside in Parish of Killowen, widow of 1 pt. William JACKSON of Coleraine Esq. of other part KINKEDD assigned house at Waterside lately built wherein she dwells and the field and park of land No 52 divided into three parks 52, 53 & 54 all situated in Manor of Clothworkers, Co. Londonderry…. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

96

496

69166

OLIVER

Armagh

1737 May 11

WALKER-HUTCHINSON Ballynahonemore 1739-1810 – townland index. NOTE: I had initially had it in the wrong bk #6. & mem # 694767.

POOLER-HUTCHINSON

Image 268

Btw Thomas POOLER of Ballycrummy, Co. Armagh Gent of 1st pt & George HUTCHESON of Killangilly, Co. ArmaghGent & Elizabeth HUTCHESON his daughter of 2nd pt & Samuel HUTCHESON of Armagh and Edward STRAND of Callidonny, Co. Tyrone Clk of 3rd pt…. marriage btw Thomas POOLER & Elizabeth HUTCHESON… 250 pounds secured by Thomas POOLER for marriage portion made over to Samuel HUTCHESON also lands of Landlacken Aughavillen Aughnadullagh [?] Tullimore als Aghelin & Carricktrodden in Barony of Armagh … in presence of Owen HUGHES of Killeny Co Armagh & John SCOTT of Stonetown Co. Armagh Gents.

NOTE: No mention of Gervaise WALKER

96

528

69391

JACKSON, Thomas

 

1740 Jul 1

JACKSON-GAMBLE Book Index 1730-45 1730-1745

Image 285

A memorial of mortgage bearing date the 21st day of July at 1740 whereby Thomas JACKSON of Marrowbone Lane in the county and city of Dublin Linen Weaver did grant bargain sell demise and set unto Thomas GAMBLE of the same Linen Weaver his heirs administrators and assigns for the term of 500 years subject to redemption on payment of 20 pounds and [?] For lot or piece of ground fronting Robert Street containing in front to the said Street 19 feet or thereabouts and in depth from front to rear 160 feet or thereabouts be the same more or less situate lying and being in the Liberties of Thomas Court and Donore, County & City of Dublin aforesaid and bounded on the east by Robert Street aforesaid and on the south by the holding of Abraham ROBINSON and the holding of Michael BUSHELL on the west by the holding of James HYETT and on the north by the holding of Joseph DEAN and the Tenterfield ditch together with a house and other improvements which said deed of mortgage this memorial witnessed by Benjamin JOHNSTON and Edward Stirling public notaries of the city of Dublin. Thomas GAMBLE.

See: Jacksons of Pimlico.

97

7

66702

JACKSON, George & Elizabeth & Francis

Louth & Meath

1739 Jul 3

JACKSON-DOBBIN Book Index 1730-1745

re: deed 2 & 3 March 1738 between Frances JACKSON widow of Rev’d Peter JACKSON & the late rector of Killincool in the Co. Of Lowth (Louth) dec’d the Rev’d George JACKSON & the only son & heir of the sd. Peter JACKSON, George ADAMS of Heathtown in the Co. of Meath Gent & Elizabeth ADAMS otherwise called JACKSON his wife and only daughter of the sd. Peter JACKSON & Frances JACKSON & Anthony FOSTER of the City of Dublin Esq. With the will annexed of the said Peter JACKSON of the one & James DOBBIN of the City of Dublin Gent of the other ... released 8 tates of Bellelulcashell ... that is to say Kilhavan one tate, Killemurree one tate and half. Mullefinegan half a tate Tannafofan one tate; Killaughavare half a tate & Eskar half a tate all in Co. Monaghan & town and lands of Ardpatrick Co. Louth. NOTE: Rev. Peter JACKSON was one of the Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmage - Antrim.

97

26

66832

JACKSON, Mary

Antrim

1739 Jul 16

JACKSON Book Index 1730-45

16 May 1739 between Mary JACKSON widow ... George JACKSON late of Antrim Steeple of one part. James JACKSON of Antrim gent, one of the sons of George & Mary of the other ... rent from Holywell & profits from Whin Park being part of Hollywell lease & profits of Whapstone farm in Connor Land excepting the Park ... SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmage - Antrim.

97

166

677727

BALL

Armagh

1738 Jul 5

BALL to HANSARD Townland Bk 2 1739-1810 1739-1810 Urker

Likely connected to #102-303-70250

Btw Thomas BALL of Urker, Co. Armagh Esq. of the 1 pt & John HANSARD Esq. Secretary to Protestant Schools of other pt. Lands of Urker then in possession of Incorporated Society containing 29 acres or thereabouts – map annexed -  for rent of £3 12s 6p. WITNESS: Laurence PAIN of City of Dublin, Gent & Benjamin JOHNSTON Public Notary City of Dublin.

97

275

68300

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1739 Mar 6

JACKSON-LODGE Book Index 1730-45

Made betw John BOURKE, Robt FRENCH, Boleyn WHITNEY, Wm COOPER, Robt ROBERTS. Thomas CUFFE, Robert ROSSE jr., Richard WARBURTON sen, & Thomas JACKSON Esq. Ald Richard DAWSON Ald Nathanial PEARSON, Isaac DOBSON, William LINGEN & Caesar COLCLOUGH Esq. Of the one part & Tras  Lodges of the City of Dublin Esq. Of the other part... it seems they were trustees of lands of Coolecullen.

97

366

68726

 

Londonderry

1737 Oct 8

KINKEAD-INNES1739-1810

Mary KINKEAD of Waterside, Parish of Killowen, Co. Londonderry widow of 1 pt & James JONES of City of Dublin Esq. of other pt….. NOTE: See also William JACKSON of Coleraine.

97

376

68765

JACKSON, Jane & Gilbert

Down

1740 Apr 17

Jane JACKSON daughter of Gilbert JACKSON Book Index 1730-45

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

Deed of lease and release made between Jane JACKSON only daughter of Gilbert JACKSON late of Newtown in the Co of Down Gent dec’d of the one part & Gilbert JACKSON of Ballymisca in the county of the other part... Jane sold to Gilbert one half  tenement on the south side of High Street of Newtown & now enjoyed by John TATE of Newtown...  & half of garden  belonging to Thomas KENNEDY of Ballintrea on the back street of said town of Newtown being the north part of said garden  bounding on the north with the acres of land in possession of Robert Young GARDINER & George FERGUSON apothecary on the east with a plot of ground in the possession of William JACKSON bridler, on the south with part of the said Thomas KENNEDY’s garden & on the west with a small garden belonging to the heirs of Wm HAZLETT... NOTE: Jane was the only surviving daughter of Gilbert JACKSON, and this would be at the time of her marriage to John MOOR of Co. Tyrone. SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

97

404

68909

JOHNSTON

Leitrim

 

IRWIN –MORGAN Aghavilly See notes: 98-214-68165. Addl witness: Benjamin JOHNSTON & Edward STERLING, City of Dublin.

97

478

69222

BIRCH

Dublin

1730-1745

BIRCH,Charles-BARTON

Charles BIRCH of Churchwood in Dublin

98

67

67647

BALL

Armagh

1737 Aug 24

BALL to HILL Urcher Townland Bk 2 1739-1810

Thomas BALL of Urcher did make over to Hugh HILL. Minister of the Parish of Creggan. Trevor WILLIAMS Alexander McELROY, church wardens of said parish, one plot of land est one plantation acre.being part of the Demesne lands usually occupied with or reputed as a Demesne of his Mansion or chief Dwelling House bounded to the east by the lands of Liscalgot to the south to the Glebe on the west by the lands of Urcher on the south by the said lands of Urcher. To hold to the said Church Wardens and their successors forever in Trust for the sole use of the resident Protestant Schoolmaster to teach the English tongue in the said Parish forever.. said conveyance witnessed by John JOHNSTON & Hugh McMASTER both of the Fews of Co. Armagh, Gent.. Also witnessed by George MIDDLETON of Dublin. Signed Thomas BALL.

98

208

68135

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1737 Oct 8

JACKSON-JACKSON Book Index 1730-45

Deed dated Aug 14, 1713 from Enoch PALMER to Michael JACKSON of all that new brick house Messuage or tenement then lately built by the said Enoch PALMER situated on the West side of Boot Lane in the said city [Dublin]... term 99 years assignment to Michael JACKSON of the City of Dublin, Gent in consideration of 10 pounds sterling did assign and make over to James JACKSON of the said city Tapeweaver the aforesaid premises.. witnessed by Elizabeth MATTHEWs wife of John MATTHEWS of the City of Dublin Cordwainer [?] BOWLES, of the City of Dublin spinster. Memorial is witnessed by said John MATTHEWS; John DEVALL of the City of Dublin, Gent. Will JACKSON [SEAL] signed Feb 14 1739. NOTE: Elizabeth MATHEWS was a daughter of Michael JACKSON & Mary McCRACKEN. See: Jackson of Pimlico.

98

214

68165

IRWIN

Leitrim

1739 Feb 20

IRWIN-MORGAN Aghavilly

John IRWIN of Drumsallagh, Co.Leitrim Esq. & Acheson IRWIN Esq. Eldest son of John IRWIN covenanted with Richard MORGAN of Cuity of Dublin lands of Killnemarrow otherwise Killnemare 127 acre ... lands of Ahaville otherwise Aghavilly cont 304A Plantation measure....

98

248

68296

BRADFORD

Dublin

1739 Mar 5

BRADFORD, Wm-BRADFORD 1730-1745

Between Cornelius O’CALLAGHAN of the City of Dublin Esq of the 1st part &  Wm HARWARD of the City of Dublin Esq of 2nd part William BRADFORD of the City, Gent of the 3rd part & John BRADFORD of the City Gent of 4th part for 10 shillings town and lands of Colewinter, Barony of Nethercross, Co. Dublin... mtg Richard TISDALE of Atherdee, Co. Louth Esq. & Joseph LEESON of the City of Dublin bearing date March 9 1730.....

98

249

68297

BRADFORD

Dublin

1739 Mar 5

See previous.

98

374

68794

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1740 May 10

McCULLAGH - McCULLAGH

John McCULLAGH of Kileigh, Kings County & Edward McCULLAGH of Dublin Mtg  £350. to Martha TAYLOR in City of Dublin. Witness BRERTON Clothier, Edward STERLING, John McCULLAGH

98

390

68858

JACKSON, Robert

Meath

1740 May 20

PIPPARD-IRWIN Castletown-more

Henry PIPPARD of Drogheda  administrator of George PIPPARD of Drogheda deceased  of 1st part & John PIPPARD of Castletownmore of Co of Meath of 2nd & Alexander ERWIN [als IRWIN in same document] of City of Dublin of 3rd pt & reciting that Jane JACKSON spinster and Abigail BUCKLEY als JACKSON widow sisters and heirs at law of Rev. Robert  JACKSON formerly of Fathan [aka Tatham] Co Lancashire did by deed dated 19 Mar 1734 demise to John PIPPARD… town & lands of Castletownmoore… NOTE: Rev. Robert JACKSON of Tatham aka Totham, Lancashire is probably a nephew of Rev. Leonard JACKSON – the previous rector of Tatham. He was a son of Nathanial JACKSON (1640-1698). SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

99

101

68136

JACKSON, James

Kings

1739 Feb 14

MATTHEWS Book Index 1730-45

Sir William Parsons of Parsonstown to Robert JACKSON of sd town, merchant adjacent to Parsonstown cont 7 acres Plantation measure for lives of him the said Robert JACKSON, James JACKSON eldest son of Robert JACKSON & George JESSOP 3rd son of Thomas JESSOP of Ballywilliam Kings Co Gent….… lands of Grange SEE: JACKSONs of Kings Co. - Seirkeiran.

99

103

68142

JOHNSTON

 

1730-45

Hugh JOHNSTON will

99

112

68198

DOBBIN

Waterford

 

ANNESLEY-DOBBIN 1730-1745

– not much of interest Francis ANNESLY City of Waterford merchant & Francis BARKER Esq... Robert DOBBYN of Waterford Esq.. Alderman Samuel BARKER of Waterford, eldest son & heir of Francis BARKER

99

243

68911

 

Leitrim

1740 May 23

MORGAN-IRWIN Aghavilly See notes: 98-214-68165. Addl witness: Benjamin JOHNSTON & Edward STERLING, City of Dublin.... 3 lives [not named]

99

274

69094

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1740 May 21

JACKSON-SAMPSON CUCKMORE  or CUDMORE? Book Index 1730-45

Same set of names as in 97-275-68300

99

359

69536

JACKSON, George

Waterford

1739 Jun 9

Sir William ADBY-JACKSON

Image 482

George JACKSON of Glanbeg, Co. Waterford of 3rd pt.demising lands of Ballygally 319a English Measure in parish of Lismore, Co. Waterford. Now in occupation of George JACKSON

100

90

69702

BRADFORD

Dublin

1730-1745

BRADFORD, Wm-HANSARD

William BRADFORD of City of Dublin surgeon… land on Ormond Quay….

100

223

70279

HUTCHINSON

 

1730-1745

ANGLESEY, Earl-HUTCHINSON

100

281

70489

BRADFORD

Dublin

1730-1745

BRADFORD, Wm-Digges Latouche

William BRADFORD of City of Dublin surgeon… land on Ormond Quay….

100

285

70504

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1740 Jan 20

LINDSAY Book Index 1730-45

Btw William JACKSON Fortwilliam Parish of Killcranachan, Co Londonderry Gent of 1 pt & Walter LINDSAY of Cahow Esq. & Barbara CORNWALL of Cornwalls Grove, spinster both in Barony of Dungannon Co. Tyrone Esq. The last will and testament of John CORNWALL late of Cornwall’s Grove of other pt. Marriage intended to be had btw William JACKSON jr son of sd William JACKSON & Miss Martha CORNWALL, daughter of John and Barbara CORNWALL… lands of Ballynasarren… NOTE: This Capt William JACKSON of Tobermore. NOTE: This is part of the William JACKSON of Tobermore line.

100

302

70558

 

 

1739-1810

HIRDMAN-RICHARDSON Aghatarragh

100

322

70631

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1740 Feb 3

EATON Book Index 1730-45

Nathaniel PEIRSON of City of Dublin of 1pt 7 Martha EATON of said city widow of other pt  reciting that John JACKSON 1727 May 17 & 18  town and lands of Holywoodrath 140 acres in  Barony of CastleKnock & Co Dublin .. previously leased to PEIRSON by John JACKSON who then leased to Martha EATON the town and lands of Holywood Rath. NOTE: A James JACKSON married a Martha EATON (possibly a daughter of the widow) in 1737.

100

537

71602

JACKSON, Jane & Abigail

Meath

1741 Jun 14

Lease from Jane JACKSON, spinster and Abigail BUCKLEY otherwise JACKSON, widow who assigned [lands?] – of the 1st part in the original lease [in 19 Mar 1734] to Alexander ERWIN, Esq of Dublin who assigned it to his grandson Henry FISHER, Gent, grandson. Other names: John PEPPARD of Castletown More, Meath, Esq of the 2nd part in the original lease [in 19 Mar 1734] (PEPPARD had assigned it to ERWIN). NOTE: Jane JACKSON daughter of Nathaniel JACKSON (1640-1698) and Elizabeth WOODS of Leeds. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

101

48

69785

STEEL

 

1730-1745

ADAIR, Robert Sr.-STEILE

101

69

69907

BRADFORD

Monaghan

1739-1810

 

LESTER to Wm BRADFORD Dundranoh, par Imatris (TI Bk 45)

101

88

70088

DAWSON

 

1730-1745

DAWSON, Richard-CHARLTON

101

172

70503

JACKSON

Londonderry

1740 Jan 20

Lease by Catherine ROWLEY of City of Dublin spinster & Rowley HILL of Walworth, Co. Londonderry esq. to William JACKSON Jr of Dunnigrenan Parish of Kileronaghan, Co Londonderry Surgeon bearing date  the 17th day of June 1735 whereby Catherine ROWLEY demised to said Wiliam JACKSON  all that part of the half town of Dunnigrennan formerly held by David BIGOTT John McMICHAEL together with the old Highway from the househead  wherein Gillaspy M’CONNAGHY formerly lived to the Flush called Dunigrinen Flush also that part of the town of Tobermore cont 3 tenements ranging to the street of Tobermore Town on the South and to a road or way  of forty foot broad of the rere made  out of Tobermore town to Dungrinene Fort on the West which was served out of this demise… more description.. were demised by Hugh ROWLEY to Robert Mc[???]  and the same was held by Capt William JACKSON father to the said William JACKSON excepting unto the said Catherine ROWLEY & Rowley Hill the meadow next to the flush which Hugh ROWLEY kept to his own use. All to William JACKSON jr for lives of said Wm JACKSON jr.  Ann CUNNINGHAM jr daughter of Gorges CUNNINGHAM of Spring Hill, Co. Londonderry & Martha CORNWALL daughter of John CORNWALL of Mullaghmargaret Co. Tyrone Gent. WITNESS: Letitia HILL, spinster, John CORNWALL sadler George MOORE Public Notary all of City of Dublin. NOTE: See reference to marriage of a William JACKSON to a Martha CORNWALL ROD #70504. This is a link – I believe – from the Jacksons of Tobermore.  & the JACKSONs of Coleraine.

101

323

71409

BALL, Thomas

Meath

Armagh

Dublin

1741 May 15

BALL-GAGE Bk 2 1739-1810

Thomas BALL of Dublin Esq. of 1pt & Rev. John GAGE of Ashdowneybig Co. Londonderry of other pt £1,145..townlands Nevintown & Creekstown Co Meath & Emerycam, Shet[?] [////] Dunloghery, Teer, Annaghmore, Drumncavalk, Tullyogallagh Aghduffe Cargint those the town and lands of Crossmaglen Cullyhanna Urgher Legmoylin otherwise Tullydonnell & Drumully otherwise Balls Quarter Corlys & Sturgan situate lying and being in the Co. of Armagh. NOTE: Related to JACKSONs of Coleraine.

101

363

71612

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1735 Dec 1

JACKSON-MOORE & ors Book Index 1730-45

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry lands of Ballystroan SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

101

371

71699

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1734 Nov 9

JACKSON-FORBES & ors Book Index 1730-45

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

101

436

71651

JACKSON

Londonderrry

1739-1810

JACKSON-MOORE

Wrong Book – deeds either side are in it.

101

479

72599

JACKSON, George & Agnes & Catherine & William & ors

Limerick

1741 Nov 19

JACKSON-McMAHON Book Index 1730-1745

Between Agnes JACKSON, William JACKSON, George JACKSON & Cathrin JACKSON all of the City of Limerick & Marcus DUSOL of the town of Ennis Co. Clare Gent of the one part & Francis McMAHON of Mylish farmere & John Mead Fitz RICHARD of the City of Limerick of the other part. 1731 Oct 30?

101

489

72630

JACKSON, Miles

Cork

1737 May 19

Will of Alicia LUKEY als CROSS of Cork, widow. Mentions her nephew William WALLIS Esq. several cousins. In the list of lands, mentions Miles JACKSONs concerns, all in City or suburbs of City of Cork. NOTE: The WALLIS connection.

From Eustace: LUKEY, ALICIA als. CROSS, Cork, widow. 19 May 1737. Narrate, 2J pp., 21 Nov. 1741. Her nephew William Wallis, Esq. Henry Rugg, Esq., trustee. Her cousin John Gillman, Currykeen, Esq. Her cousin Ephenetus Cross, second son of Philip Hayes Cross of Cornody, Esq. Mills commonly called Careen's Mills, Mr Fitton tenant. Tucker's concerns, John Raymond's holdings, Miles Jackson's concerns, all in city or suburbs of city of Cork, and all other her real estate. Witnesses : Mary Farmer, widow of Saml. Farmer, Ballymacodagh, Co. Cork, gent., Henry Rugg, junr., apprentice to Danl. Knight, Cork, merchant, Robert Wallis, Cork, public notary. Memorial witnessed by : Mary Farmer, Saml. Farmer. 101, 489, 72630 Wm. Wallis (seal)

102

15

69505

 

Meath

 

MORGAN-NOY

Creekstown Creckstown & the site of the Old Castle

102

235

70559

 

 

1739-1810

STURGEON-RICHARDSON Aghatarragh

102

303

70250

BALL

Armagh

1740 Feb 13

BALL to HANSARD 1739-1810 Urker

Townland Bk 2 1739-1810

Frances HALL of Strangford Co Down Esq. Demised to John HANSARD Secretary to the Incorporated Society in Dublin for Promoting English Protestant Schools in Ireland  ...Urcher ...29 acres.. to hold for the use of the Society from the 1st day of May 1736...

102

426

71609

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1735 Aug 14

JACKSON-HOLMES

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry, Esq. For rent set to John HOLMES land of Ardadillon, Parish of Dunboe, Manor of Clothworkers, Co Londonderry SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

102

436

71651

71657

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1734 Oct 25

JACKSON-CASKEY Book Index 1730-45

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry Esq.... lease of lands in Dunbose, Manor of Clothworkers, Co Londonderry. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

103

18

70448

BIRCH

Limerick

1740 Jan 7

BIRCH, George-HARDING NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745

Thomas GRADY of Kiballyonan, City of Limerick ... George BIRCH, City of Dublin ... Ambrose HARDY.

103

147

70983

JACKSON, Adam & Christopher & ors

Dublin

1741 Mar 31

JACKSON-DeLANDRE Book Index 1730-45

Assignment from Thomas KENNAN of Diswelstown, Co Dublin Gent to Adam JACKSON and Christopher JACKSON of Lackwood als Castagobb, Co Dublin, clothiers all that part of the land of Astagobb commonly called Guns Island and also all that part of the land of Lackwood als Castagobb aforesaid with the two tuck of fulling mills with the four stocks and four houses there namely the dwelling house Corning House Stove and Composition House and also all that part of Diswelstown aforesaid commonly called the Mill Island ... make over to Barthomew DELANDRE of the City of Dublin Gent for term of 25 years....

103

174

71104

REED

Armagh

1739-1810

REED-Wm & Robert Lettmicollin

William REED of Ardmore & Robert REED of Lettvicullen, Co Armagh

103

228

71297

GRIFFIN

Meath

1740 Jun 14

BELLEW, John-GRIFFIN NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745

Lord BELLEW & wife Mary ... Daniel GRIFFIN of Tullaghanogue, Co. Meath, Gent 236 acres 3R 6P Barony of Navan, Co. Meath

103

260

71405

JACKSON, John

Louth

1741 May 11

GRACE & others –NOY & others Book Index 1730-45 Marshallrath,

... John JACKSON of Marshallrath, [Parish of Mosstown] Co. Louth Esq. Only son & heir of Arthur JACKSON late of Marshallrath, Co. Louth Esq. Dec’d... transfer of lands of Marshallrath. NOTE: John’s mother was Anne, widowed by 1709. See Bk 12- ?-4682]

103

313

71569

McMASTER

Dublin

1730-1745

ANDERSON, Robert-McMASTER

Rev. Robert McMASTER of Dublin .. Cabragh Lane in Manor of Grange Gorman & Co Dublin...

103

434

71969

BAILIE

Dublin

1741 Jul 28

BAILIE, Hans-JOHNSTON Notes in 2009 diary 1730-1745

Hans BAILIE of Dublin ... lands of Castlewillan, Co. Down

104

30

71824

JACKSON, Ambrose

Cork probably

 

FITZGERALD Book Index 1730-45

 

104

61

72709

JACKSON, George

Kilkenny

1741 Jan 21

JACKSON-HAYDEN Notes in 2009 diary 1730-1745

Between George JACKSON of Portnecolly, Co. Kilkenny, Esq of 1 part & Thomas HAYDEN of Killmacolliver, Co. Kilkenny, Gent ... grant etc to Thomas HAYDEN townlands of Corluddy Portneholly & Dongolly ... Co. Kilkenny for 99 years ... yearly rent, one peppercorn if demanded ... executed by said George JACKSON “at the City of Waterford above sixty miles from Dublin in presence of Robert SNOW, Samuel TAYLOR & Thomas BOWERS all of said city, Gent ...

104

150

72358

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1734 Jul 22

JACKSON-COCHRAN Book Index 1730-45

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry Esq. ... lands in Dunboe. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

104

267

72946

JACKSON, Elizabeth & ors

Dublin

1741 Dec 23

MATTHEWS & wife-GIBTON

John MATTHEWS of City of Dublin Cordwainer & Elizabeth MATTHEWS otherwise JACKSON his wife... did sign to Nicholas GIBTON of the same City Currier all that brick house & tenement built by Enoch PALMER Founder and situate of the west side of Boote Lane in said City... SEE: Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Pimlico

104

304

72709

JACKSON, George & ors

Kilkenny

1741 Jan 21

JACKSON-HAYDEN Book Index 1730-45

George JACKSON of Portnacolly, Co Kilkenny

104

304

73110

JACKSON, George

Kilkenny

1730-1745

JACKSON-HAYDON Notes in 2009 diary

George JACKSON of Portnacolly, Co Kilkenny

104

305

73111

BAILLIE

Cork

1741 Jan 26

HOARE-BAILIE- Notes in 2009 diary 1730-1745

... whereas my brother Edmond HOARE Esq. Did after the executions of his last will ... signifyunto me Joseph HOARE Esq. That it was his intention to leave unto Theodosius BAILY, son of Rev. John BAILY the sun of £6 yearly. WITNESS: Peter HUBBERT, Robert WALLIS of City of Cork.

104

314

73151

GILLMER

Armagh

1740 Jan 29&30

GILLMER to DAWSON Notes in 2009 diary1739-1810

Between Robert GILMORE of City of Dublin, Gent eldest son & heir apparent of James GILMER late of Monony, Co. Armagh Gent deceased of the one part & Hon. Arthur DAWSON Esq. 3rd Baron ... of the other part ... for £500 transferred to Arthur DAWSON “all that an those in the Desmenes of Mount Hamilton otherwise Ardgonell called by the names of Ryland Island of Limepark ... part of townland of Fredduff adjoining the Bridge of Argonnell & the Great Road leading from Middleton to Monaghan & formerly in the possession of William HAMILTON & his undertenants ... WITNESS: Richard MAGENIS & Samuel WALLACE both of City of Dublin, Gent.

104

334

73231

JACKSON, Jane, Gilbert

Down

1740 May 13

Jane JACKSON only daughter of Gilbert JACKSON Gent deceased of Newtown, Co. Down marriage to John MOORE of Co. Tyrone, eldest son and heir of William MOORE of Dromont, Co. Tyrone.in consideration of marriage portion of £850, William MOORE granted to John TATE of Newtown, Co. Down and John ORR of Scrabow Co. Down townlands of Dromont + Drumearn, Manor of Ballymagrane + 3/4 Mullynahorn, except mill in Dromont from William MOORE to Acheson MOORE, for uses + trusts recited in marriage settlement. Nick Reddans deeds  Abstract made by: Alison Kilpatrick. NOTE John TATE was the 2nd husband of Annas KELL, widow of Gilbert JACKSON. SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

105

33

72359

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1735 Aug 11

JACKSON-MILLER Book Index 1730-45

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry Esq. .. town land called Bogtown lands in Drumboe, Manor of Clothworkers to David MILLER & John MILLER… rent of 15 pounds 13s 8d together with one Bowl or twelve bushels of fluffed and cleaned oats… and deliver to the Mansion House one hundred barrels of turf every barrel containing ten bushels of their own cutting and winding…35year term.. Witnessed: Samuel MOORE & John BOYD. Of Ballywillrick, Co Londonderry. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

105

34

72360

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1741 Oct 21

JACKSON-LONG Book Index 1730-45

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry to John LONG for 1/3rd part of Ballyhacket Moygilligan in parish of Drumbo, Manor of Clothworkers for similar terms as above. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

105

34

72361

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1741 Oct 21

JACKSON-BOYD Book Index 1730-45

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry part of Ballyhhaccet Clonconney, Parish of Drumbo, Manor of Clothworkers,  to Benjamin BOYD.

Similar to above. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

105

35

72362

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1741 Oct 21

JACKSON-FENSON Book Index 1730-45

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry to Joseph TERSON (?) of Ballywooldrichmore all that part of Ballywooldrichmore now in his possession, parish of Drumbo. Manor of Clothworkers, Co. Londonderry for 35 years

Similar to above. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

105

151

72963

DAWSON

Monaghan

1721 Dec 21

CLOSE-DAWSON Book 45 (1739-1810) Donaldson’s Tates

Samuel CLOSE of Warringstown, Co. Down Esq. & Richard DAWSON of City of Dublin Esq. .. transfer of a number of tates in Co Monaghan.

105

171

73356

 

Louth

1730-1745

BELL-WILLIAMS

BELLEW to Trevor WILLIAMS of Courtbane, Co. Louth.. lands of Courtbane, Anashelogg, Sheelagh, Lisdrumgin & part of Rassan then in possession of Trevor Williams… WITNESS John PEPPER waterstown, Co. Louth…

105

447

74228

JACKSON, Robert

Kings

1744 Jun 14

JACKSON-COLLINS Book Index 1730-45

Robert JACKSON in Parsonstown, Kings County, wigmaker. For 150 pounds granted to Michael COLLINS of City of Dublin Gent all those house and garden then in possession of Rev. Henry BIRCH dec’d then in possession of sd JACKSON situate in Parsonstown.. also 10 acres in Burkes hill Kings Co late in possession of John HAMILTON Joyner dec’d then in possession of Robert JACKSON... for lives of Robert JACKSON & Elizabeth JACKSON his wife & Thomas JELLICOE ... James JACKSON eldest son of Robert JACKSON...more details...

105

487

74424

JACKSON

Londonderrry

1739-1742 Jul 9

JACKSON-WILSON Clothworkers

Lease of townland of Ballymoney, Parish of Dunboe, Manor of Clothworkers did set to farm to James WILSON, James RANKIN & Wm LOUGHRICK all of Ballymoney also that townland of Ballymoney now in their possession… term of 35 years.. yearly rent of 5 pounds 5 s 6p with duties to wit 30 sacks of turf of their own cutting and winding and every sack containing ten bushels or else 7s 6d in Lieu to be delivered yearly at the Mansion House near Colerain. WITNESS: William CHURCH & Samuel MOOR both od Colerain Memorial witnesses Samuel MOOR & John BOYD. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

106

61

72709

JACKSON, George & ors

Dublin & Lowth

1741 Oct 9

DONNELL & others-WHITE Initially I had #72599 – may need to double check

JACKSON-WHITE 1730-1745

Deeds of lease betw Elizabeth DONNELL otherwise DOBBIN of the City of Dublin, widow; Richard JESSON of Dundalk in the Co of Louth Gent & Mary JESSON otherwise DOBBIN his wife Ann CRAVEN otherwise DOBBIN of Dublin widow which said Elizabeth Mary & Ann are sisters & heirs at law of James DOBBIN late of City of Dublin Gent and Arthur CRAVEN of City of Dublin Esq. Admin of the said James DOBBIN and devisee in fee simple of John DOBBIN of City of Dublin who was brother and heir of said James DOBBIN dec’d of the one part & Mark WHYTE of the other part of City of Dublin Esq.... deed of release ... names of 1st part; Revd George JACKSON of Ardpatrick, Co Lowth and Anthony FOSTER of City of Dublin Esq. Admin with the will annexed  of the Rev. Peter JACKSON dec’d ... complicated memorial ... SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmage - Antrim.

106

83

72812

JACKSON, Ellen & William & ors

Dublin; Cork

1741 Nov 21

JACKSON-HEARNE .. KEOWN Book Index 1730-45

Lease made bet Ellen JACKSON of City of Dublin widow and relict of Revd William JACKSON late of City of Dublin & Revd William JACKSON of Rocksavage, Co Cork only son and heir at law of sd Wm JACKSON dec’d... in consi of 1624 pounds sterling pd to Ellen by Daniel HEARN townlands of Streamstown cont 389 acres... many lands ... Barony of Moycashell, Co Westmeath

106

359

74164

DAWSON

 

1730-1745

DAWSON, Ephraim-DONALDSON  not needed in 2010

107

193

73778

McCULLAGH

 

1730-1745

McCULLOCH Jas to BOWKER

107

215

73110

JACKSON, George & ors

 

 

COOKE Book Index 1730-45 [Should this be COOTE?] see beneath #73110

 

107

215

73900

JACKSON, George & John

Waterford,

1741 Feb 3

JACKSON-COOTE Notes in 2009 diary1730-1745 [Should this be COOKE?]

George JACKSON of Glynbeg [aka Glenbeg], Co. Waterford, Esq. & John JACKSON his eldest son of 1st part & William COOKE of Camphire, Co. Waterford ... refers to grant to George JACKSON of lands of Ballyduffultra for lives of George & John JACKSON & George JACKSON brother of the said John JACKSON ... in consideration of £500 paid by William COOK let lands of Ballyduff, Parish of Lismore, Barony of Coshmore & Cashbride & Co. Of Waterford. [lots more detail]. NOTE Right time frame for our George JACKSON of Urker.

107

345

74423

BAILIE

 

1730-1745

ADAIR, Elinor-BAYLY ADAIR, Jane-BAYLY

107

531

75264

JACKSON, Ann & Elizabeth & William

Dublin

1742 June 3

JACKSON-JACKSON Notes in 2009 diary Book Index 1730-1745 Image 584

Anne JACKSON of City of Dublin spinster made over to William JACKSON of same City merchant ... new brick dwelling house & tenement on West side of Bootlane Dublin late in possession of Gen FAIRFAX & also memorial of assignment 20 Nov 1745 whereby said William JACKSON did make over to his father Michael JACKSON. WITNESSS: Susan BOWLES, City of Dublin, spinster; John DEVALL of Dublin, Gent. See: Jackson of Pimlico.

107

531

75265

JACKSON, Elizabeth

Dublin

1742 Oct 9

MATTHEWS-JACKSON Notes in 2009 diary

Image 584

Between Enoch PALMER of City of Dublin of one part & Michael JACKSON of same city clothier of the other part for house lately built by Enoch PALMER on West side of Boot lane, Dublin ... 91 year lease yearly rent 40s ... by which assignment John MATTHEWS of City of Dublin [?] & Elizabeth MATHEWS otherwise JACKSON his wife did make over their title to said Michael JACKSON [NOTE: Elizabeth MATTHEWS was the daughter of Michael JACKSON] WITNESS: Susannah BOWLES City of Dublin, spinster; John DEVALL of Dublin, Gent & John MATHEWS. See: Jackson of Pimlico.

107

531

75266

JACKSON, Michael

Dublin

1742 Nov 20

JACKSON-GIBSON Notes in 2009 diary

Image 584

Michael JACKSON of City of Dublin, clothier to Nicholas GIBSON [GIBTON?] [much detail echoes two earlier deeds] for house lately built by Enoch PALMER on West side of Boot lane, Dublin now in possession of Mrs. Margaret McKENZIE reciting deed 14 Aug 1713 whereby the land was granted to Michael JACKSON by Enoch PALMER. WITNESS: Mary DALTON of Cabbragh Lane, Dublin, spinster; John DEVALL, City of Dublin, Gent. NOTE: The recited dedd would have been the marriage settlement of Michael JACKSON & Mary McCRACKEN, niece of Enoch PALMER.

See: Jackson of Pimlico..

107

532

75277

JACKSON,

Michael

 

 

GIBSON Book Index 1730-45

NOTE: This seems to be an error. This deed is not in this book.

 

107

569

75759

BROWN

Monaghan

1742 Feb 7

WADDELL & wife-TAYLOR Also BROWN

108

83

74685

DAWSON

Monaghan

1739-1810

DAWSON- St. GEORGE Book 45 (1739-1810) Donaldson’s Tates

 

108

114

74847

MENAGH

Londonderry

 

Reverend M.E. John MENAGH of Lurgan, Co. Armagh & Archbishop CONINGHAM of Londonderry, merchant. Concerning marriage to Maria CONINGHAM

108

226

76108

JACKSON

Dublin

1742 Mar 18

DEERING-JACKSON

NAMES: Henry DEERING & Mary DEERING of Dublin; Bishop Mordecai CARY & wife Catherine CARY & daughter Catherine CARY, all of Killala; Rev. Daniel JACKSON of Tullamore; Rev. Theophilus BROCAS of Killala; Robert FRENCH; Charles DEMPY; Rev. Samuel VIRCASEL [?]; Bartholemew DELANDRY. It is a marriage agreeement between Henry CARY & Mary DEERING. The JACKSON connection is to Rev. Daniel JACKSON (1687-1772). His ancestry can be seen at JACKSONs of Derbyshire This line includes the JACKSONs of Santry.

108

228

76115

BAILIE

 

1730-1745

BAILIE, Robert-MORGAN

108

229

76117

BAILIE

 

1730-1745

BAILIE, Robert-MORGAN

108

277

76317

JACKSON

Limerick

1743 Apr 23

VERE-JACKSON

This is a marriage agreement between Vere HUNT & Catherine CHADWICKE. NAMES: Vere HUNT [both sr. & jr.] of Glanagoole, Tipperary; Jeremiah aka Jeremy JACKSON of Fanningstown, Limerick; Richard HAMERSLEY of Holy Cross, Tipperary; William CHADWICKE of Ballinard, Tipperary; Catherine CHADWICKE John SABLIER [?]. OTHER PLACES: Poyntstown, Garryclogh, Ballyconry, Shronell, Kilmagoning, Ballynard. NOTE: "Kilmaconing" would be Kilmacoge in Oola, Co. Limerick, just over the border from Co. Tipperary.

108

330

76514

BRADFORD

 

1730-1745

BRADFORD, Wm-of Kildare

109

108

75161

JACKSON,

Nathaniel & ors

 

 

SANDES Book Index 1730-45

 

109

188

75486

JACKSON, Nathaniel

Queens

1742 Dec 22

JACKSON-JACKSON Bk 16 Notes in 2009 diary Book Index 1730-45

22 Dec 1742 Deed between Nat JACKSON eldest son of Robert JACKSON late of Mountmellick, Queens Co. Farmer deceased  whereby after ... Nathaniel JACKSON the elder for the consideration therein mentioned in pursuance of a power mentioned & reserved in marriage articles in said deed poll recited did charge all that and those the Mill lands of Mountmellick with the appurts thereunto belonging lying and being in the Parish of Rosinallis, Queens Co. Aforesaid also partr of the said lands of Mountmellick as also another part of Mountmellick & also all that and those the Towns and Lands of Garoon & Drinagh ... Parish of Rosnallis ... formerly held by Richard RICHARDS bounded on the South East by a tenement formerly held by Pat ROCH & lately in possession of Richard GUY & on the North East by Henry SUMMERS holding & on the North by the street with the sum of £300 to be raised immediately after the death of said Nathaniel the elder out of the rents and profits of said premises ... paid unto Nathaniel JACKSON the youngest son of said Nathniel and to Mary JACKSON his the said Nathaniel’s the elder’s daughter in the shares following:

£200 to Nathaniel JACKSON the youngest

£100 to said Mary JACKSON with interest from the decease of said Nathaniel the Elder.

WITNESS: Samuel WALLACE, Edmond WILSON & Richard MAGENIS, all Gents of City of Dublin.

EARLIER NOTES: ... re: powers mentioned & reserved in marriage articles in deed that the Mill lands of Mountmellick ... Parish of Rossnellis & lands of Garoon & Dunagh ... in Parish of Rossnallis, Queens Co.... pd to Nat JACKSON the youngest son of Nathaniel the elder & to Mary JACKSON the said Nathaniel & the elders daughter in the shares following

£200 Nat JACKSON the younger

£100 JACKSON & [invest] SEE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

109

258

75805

JACKSON, Robert

 

 

DARLEY Book Index 1730-45

 

109

354

76168

JACKSON, Ann & ors

Dublin

1723 Mar 24

JACKSON-SALE Book Index 1730-45

Ann JACKSON of City of Dublin widow of 1 pt & Catherine SALE of City of Dublin widow of Edward SALE Esq edc’d doctor of Laws. For £443 did make over land known by the name of Sandymount Park cont 10 acres in Manor of Mount Kennedy Parish & Barony of  Newcastle, Co Wicklow

109

484

76788

McCULLAGH

 

1730-1745

McCULLOCH Henry to McCLENAGHAN

110

8

75142

 

 

1739-1810

BANBRIDGE-WILSON Tattykeele

110

57

75487

JACKSON, Nathaniel

 

1742 Dec 22

JACKSON, Nathanial sr.-HOOPE, James

110

57

75487

JACKSON,

Nathaniel & ors

Queens.

1742 Dec 11

FORBES Book Index 1730-45

Nathanial JACKSON elder of Mountmellick in Queens Co Merchant & Nathanial JACKSON 2nd son of above... lands of Drynagh and Garoon... SEE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

110

69

75564

BRADFORD

Dublin

1740 Jan 7

BRADFORD, Wm-GOOLD 1730-1745

Wm BRADFORD City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt & Elizabeth GOLD of same widow... 78 acres in Johnstown otherwise Colewinter Parish of Tinglass Baronony of Nethercross.... and all Castles houses ...

110

120

75897

DICKIE

Londonderry

1742 Oct 11

STRAHAN-DICKIE 1742 Feb 22

Wm STRAHAN exec of Rev. George STRAHAN dec’d made over to Adam DICKIE of Castledawson, Co Londonderry ... money – no land mentioned.

110

222

76730

McCULLAGH, Matthew

Louth

1740 Jul 26

Matthew McCULLA of Parish Dundalk, Co. Louth. Occupant of house in middle Ward Dundalk, Co Louth. SW

110

319

77523

RUTHERFORD

Monaghan

1742 Sep 29

RUTHERFORD to RUTHERFORD 1739-1810 (TI Bk 45)

Btw Elias RUTHERFORD, of Cadagh, Co Monaghan of 1st part & Moses RUTHERFORD of same in said Co., farmer lease & release recites lease made by Lord Viscount Masserene to Moses RUTHERFORD dec’d of the Tate of lands of Caddah otherwise Cadaghroe for temr of 3 lives... situate in Barony of Cremorne

110

363

77934

JACKSON,

Rose & ors

Dublin & Carlow

1743 Jul 22

BUNBURY to DESBRISAY Book Index 1730-1745

Lease btw Thomas BUNBURY of City of Dublin Esq eldest son and heir of Thomas BUNBURY late of same City dec’d Rose BUNBURY otherwise JACKSON mother of said Thomas & widow & relict of Thomas BUNBURY dec’s Henry BUNBURY of Johnstown in Co. Carlow Esq. & Edward FOLEY of City of Dublin Gent. Of 1 pt & Thephilus DEBRISAY of said City of other part... lease & release  in consid of 608 pounds...to DEBRISAY town and lands of Moygany otherwise Morgany otherwise Moygna cont. By est 140 acres in Barony of Kilkea and Moone in Co. Kildare... in presence of William BUNBURY of Lisnevagh in Co Carlow Esq. & Charles MEARES of Dublin Gent ... SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

110

481

78879

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1743 Dec 1

JACKSON-RORKE Book Index 1730-45

Between William JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt & Patrick RORKE of same City Clothier of other part in consid of rents, JACKSON demised to RORKE house or tenement situate on the West side of Pimlicoe with the backside behind the same and Dye House in said backside and being on the Court and Liberty of the Court and Donore and County of the City of Dublin  bounded on the last to the Kings pavement on the West to Mr. Martin holding on the north to Mr Harvey holding on the south to Mr Dunlops holding.... term of thirty one years... said lease is witnessed by Michael Jackson of Pinlicoe afiresaid Gent and Francis Nugent of Rasevaugh County of Westmeath.See: Jackson of Pimlico.

110

491

78933

JACKSON, Daniel

Dublin

1743 Jul 16

MAURICE Book Index 1730-45

Btw Richard DAWSON of City of Dublin Alderman & Rev. Daniel JACKSON of Tullamore in Kings Co admin of Edward DEERING... house on south side of High St Dublin... witness Hans BAILIE of City of Dublin Merchant & Richard BARTLETT of the said city Gent.... NOTE: I suspect that this Edward DEERING aka Edward DERING was a brother of Cathrine DERING (1711-1793) wife of Rev. Daniel JACKSON. SEE: JACKSONs of Santry

110

500

78998

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1741 Dec 20

McCULLOCH Mary to SHANLY 1730-1745

Mary WEYMS otherwise McCULLOGH widow of Francis WEYMS ...house in Blind Quay.

111

99

70770

JACKSON, Erasmus

Queens

1742 Feb 6

Book Index 1730-45

CLIBBORN

Erasmus JACKSON of Mountmellick, Queens Co., farmer of the 1 pt & Robert CLIBBORN of City of Dublin Merchant of the other, Lands of Drinagh with part of Garroon not set to Nathaniel JACKSON… 128a SEE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

111

328

76822

STEEL, Richard

Dublin

1743 Jun 20

STEEL-BROWNE 1730-1745

Richard STEELE City of Dublin Gent. & Edward BROWNE Esq. Major of Regiment of Horse commanded by John BROWNE … land on Cooke Street, City of Dublin

111

368

77012

JACKSON, William

Kings

1743 Jul 20

BURTON Book Index 1730-45

btw Thomas TYDD & William JACKSON Executors of will of Francis TYDD of the 1 pt & Ann BURTON of the other part. Reciting deed 1742 Dec 28 btw Joseph ATKINSON & Robert JACKSON & Japhet ATKINSON sold to John DARBY all the Glebe lands of Ballybritt & tythes of Fancroft Kings Co. (in trust for Ann BURTON). NOTE: I suspect this is the Robert JACKSON (bef. 1716-1743).

112

21

76545

JACKSON, Daniel

Kings

1743 May 6

Earl of Montrath & others- Ld TULLAMORE Book Index 1730-45

... Revd Daniel JACKSON Rector of the Parish of Lynally, in Kings Co...... lots of lands changing hands here. SEE: JACKSONs of Santry

112

114

77300

McCULLAGH, Patrick

Dublin

1743 Aug 27

Patrick McCULLAGH of Drumcondra Lane, occupant. SW

112

246

77893

JACKSON, Richard

Longford

1743 Dec 5

JACKSON-BYRNE 1730-1745

5 Dec 1743 Richard JACKSON of Tennenare, Co. Longford Gent of the one part. Richard BYRNE Connor BYRNE & Charles MOLLOY all of Longford.

112

260

77952

JACKSON, William

Antrim

Dublin

1741 Feb 2

WARD & others – GORGES of Tyrone Book Index 1730-45

Deed of Michael WARD Esq. One of the Justices of his Majesties Court & Hugh BOYD of Ballycastle late Drumwillen, Co Antrim Esq. & John ANDERSON City of Dublin Apothecary executors of the last will and testament of Richard JACKSON late of the City of Dublin dec’d of the first part. Hamilton GORGES of the City of Dublin Esq. Of the 2nd pt. & William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry of 3rd pt ... reciting earlier deed... various lands... SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

112

293

78111

PRINGLE

Tyrone

1743 Oct 2

PRINGLE, Sarah-LATIMER1730-1745

Sarah PRINGLE, widow and executor of John PRINGLE late of Caledon Esq.  & Robert ELLIS of same both of Co. Tyrone. Of the 1 pt & Robert LATIMORE of Ballagh, Co. Tyrone … leasing part of Gort.

113

119

77674

JACKSON,

Miles & William & ors

Cork

Limerick

1743 Oct 17

JACKSON-COX & ors Book Index 1730-45

Btw Miles JACKSON of Baleyphilip in the County of the City of Cork, Esq. Of the part & Walker JACKSON of Lisduane, Co Limerick Gent of the other part  sale and release by Miles to Walker... Miles JACKSON intends to Suffer a Comon Recovery of the premes in order to barr and Extinguish all Intails ...complex deed....one of the witnesses was Denis O’BRIEN of Limerick ...

113

186

77925

77926

JACKSON, Rose

Dublin

Wexford

Wicklow

Carlow

1743 Nov 26

JACKSON-STEEL Notes in 2009 diary Book Index 1730-1745

Thomas BUNBURY of City of Dublin Esq eldest son & heir of Thomas BUNBURY late of the City Esq. decd & Anne BUNBURY his wife & Rose BUNBURY otherwise JACKSON of sd City widow & relict of sd Thomas BUNBURY and mother of the Thomas BUNBURY party to this deed of 1st pt. Richard STEELE of sd City of 2nd pt;  Robt FRENCH of same City Esq of 3rd pt. fo 1,424 pounds released lands of Killenure…. etc

“being in the Co. of Wexford, Wicklow & Catherlough [aka Carlow]. Lands in Parish of Killelan, Co Kildare;  SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

113

316

78410

JACKSON, Henry

Meath

1743 Sep 30

JACKSON-KERR Book Index 1730-45

Henry JACKSON of Lisnebo, Parish of Enniskeen, Barony of Kells, Co Meath of the on pt & William KERR in Newcastle fsd. Gent of other pt. For 400 pound transferred two poles of Roathes in Barony of Slane & Co Meath to KERR SEE: JACKSONs of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath

113

365

78594

DAWSON

Monaghan

1739-1810

CLOSE-DAWSON Book 45 (1739-1810) Donaldson’s Tates

Samuel Close of Warringstown & Richard DAWSON – nothing needed here in 2010.

114

24

77686

JACKSON, Joseph

Wicklow

1727 Feb 3

BAYLY, John-JACKSON 1730-1745 NOTES in 2009 diary.

Between John BAYLY of Ballyneclogh Esq. Of 1 part & Thomas WATTERS of Spinansing Co. Wicklow... Joseph JACKSON & John JACKSON both of Watterstown, Co. Carlow of the other part ... demised to T. WATTERS, Joseph JACKSON John JACKSON the town and lands of Williamstown in Barony of Rathvilly, as it held by Messrs William & Thomas BUNBURY [NOTE: See Turtle BUNBURY web site] of Lisnaveagh, Co. Carlow ... 3 lives ... Captain Walter MURRAY ... rent £237.16.4 WITNESS: Patrick BRYAN, Coolemaderahiny, Co. Wicklow; John BROWN of Mount Neal, Co. Carlow & Richard DEASE, City of Dublin, Gent.

114

41

77922

JACKSON, Rose

Dublin

1743 Dec 9

JACKSON-STEEL 1730-1745

Between Thomas BUNBURY of City of Dublin Esq. Eldest son & heir of Thomas BUNBURRY late of the city & Ann BUNBURY his wife & Rose BUNBURY otherwise JACKSON of the city, widow & relict of the sd Thos BUNBURY/ to Richard STEEL rector of Church of Killenure otherwise Killenor ... Co. Wexford, Wicklow & Catherlogh...

See Rootsweb tree SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

114

44

77924

JACKSON, Rose & ors

Dublin

1743 Nov 25

JACKSON-STEEL Notes in 2009 diary 1730-1745

Edmund BUNBURY attorney... Thomas BUNBURY his father & Rose BUNBURY otherwise JACKSON her assigns ... natural lives of said Thomas BUNBURY & Benjamin BUNBURY the second son of Thomas BUNBURY late Cloghno Esq. Deceased who was grandfather of the said Edmond BUNBURY ... townland of Carnavonan was made by James BUTLER late of Garryhundon Esq. Since deceased to said Thomas BUNBURY Esq. Since deceased ... Edmond BUNBURY paid Richard STEELE £1474 to Thomas BUNBURY (father of Edmond) for absolute purchase .... of 3 rectories of Killpipe, Killinue & Kiltegan. WITNESS: James CANE & John ALLEN both of City of Dublin, Gents.

See Rootsweb tree SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

114

234

78765

JACKSON, Richard & ors

Dublin

1743 Mar 24

JACKSON-DEAKER or DEACON Notes in 2009 diary 1730-1745

BUNBURY-JACKSON

Between Richard JACKSON Esq. Only son & heir of Richard JACKSON late of City of Dublin Esq. Esq. Deceased of 1st part & William DEAKEN of City of Dublin ... former lease made by Richard JACKSON deceased [?] of same city Esq. ... held lease of 50 years 29 Sept 1708 for yearly rent £26 the lease since legally come to William DEAKEN ... re: Glovers Alley near Kings St., Parish of St. Peters Co. Dublin ... egress to the Sugar House ... lease Vicars Chorall of St. Patricks Church, Dublin ...WITNESS: John DEAKEN City of Dublin, Gent & Gilbert ALLASON  Thomas CONWAY Servant to William DEAKEN. NOTE: This is the Richard JACKSON of Forkhill. JACKSONs of Coleraine

114

410

79399

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1744 Jun 3

JACKSON-HOGGART Notes in 2009 diary Book Index 1730-45

Between Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Glassgrinder of 1st part Thomas HOGGART of same City Clothier & Anna HOGGART spinster his daughter of 2nd part. James BIBBY of same city Gent & William DONALDSON of same City brewer of 3rd part. Marriage intended between Thomas JACKSON & Anne HOGGART ... £500 ... WITNESS: Nathaniel PROCTOR, City of Dublin, Gent Matthew PAGEITT Clerke to Ben JOHNSTON

114

415

79427

JOHNSTON

 

1730-45

William JOHNSTON – GORGES

114

416

79432

BAILIE

 

1730-1745

BAILIE, Anne-BAILIE

115

65

79272

BAILIE

Antrim

1743 Dec 22

ADAIR, Robert Sr.-BAILIE Notes in 2009 diary 1730-1745

Between Robert ADAIR of Ballymena, Co. Antrim of 1 part & Andrew BAILEY, Taylor & Martha BAILY spinster both of Town of Ballymena grant to BAILEY ... townland on south side of Mill Street, Ballymena next to Robert LOGGONs tenement on east & Agnes STEPHENSONs on west with ale houses outhouses ...term 90 years. WITNESS: Joseph DEAN of Ballymena & James MOORE of Ballyreagh, both Gents of Antrim

115

321

80606

WALKER

Armagh

1744 Jan 19

WALKER-HUTCHINSON Notes in 2009 diary 1739-1810 Ballynahonemore, Kilmacrew

George HUTCHINSON of Killuny, Co. Armagh Gent to Gervais WALKER of Killmakue, Parish & Co. Armagh Gent. It seems that WALKER appointed HUTCHINSON to be his attorney & to receive from the tenement of Ballynahonemore rents (whuch also seemed to be tied to earlier debts of WALKER of about £500) ... Gervaise WALKER might make such deeds of mortgage of said lands to Isaac GLENNY .... WITNESS John SCOTT Umgola, Gent John CUMING & Hugh CUMING both of Kearney Hill, Co. Armagh, Gent. John QUINN of Armagh, Gent.

115

384

80885

McCULLAGH

 

1730-1745

McCULLOCH James to HILL

115

408

80989

BRADFORD

Dublin

1730-1745

BRADFORD, Wm-COOKE

William BRADFORD of City of Dublin Chyrurgeon  demised to Robert COOKE Corn Chandler of Dublin tenement to the west side of the Mills of Ushers Quay in City of Dublin with the Kiln and Lofts thereunto belonging … Witnessed by George BRADFORD of Grnagreoss, Nolvin, Co Kildare.

115

466

81254

McCULLAGH

Antrim & Armagh

1745 May 17

McCULLOCH James to TIPPING 1730-1745

James McCULLAGH of Piedmount Co Antrim Esq to Thomas TIPPING of Castletown Co Louth lands of Tullyvallen Cunningham contg 80A in the Barony of Fews Co Armagh   then in possession of Thomas TIPPING... for lives of said Thomas TIPPING, William Henry FORTESCUE & James FORTESCUE of Reynolds Town, Co. Louth…

115

510

81420

DONALDSON

Armagh

1744 May 12

DONALDSON to TIPPING Notes in 2009 diary 1739-1810

Between Randal DONALDSON of City of Dublin, Esq of the 1 part Thomas TIPPING of Castletown, Co. Louth, Esq. James McCULLA [otherwise McCULLOCH] of Peymount [Piedmount], Co. Antrim Esq. & Alexander McCOMBE of Altnamoy, Co. Antrim Gent of the other part .... DONALDSON granted to Thomas TIPPING, James McCULLA & Alexander McCOMBE part of Freeduff whereupon the dissenting meeting house lately stood ... 1 acre, yearly rent of 1 peppercorn. WITNESS: Thomas KENNEDY & Robert MURRAY both of City of Dublin, Gents.

116

50

79389

McCULLAGH

 

1730-1745

McCULLOCH James to SANKEY

116

173

80007

McCULLAGH

 

1730-1745

McCULLOCH Jas & Dorothy Beresford to ROSS

116

177

21832

DAWSON

Enagh

Monaghan

1739-1810

DAWSON-NOBLE Book 45 (1739-1810)

116

202

80213

BAILIE

Dublin

1744 Apr 18& 19

BAILIE, Beth-BAILIE NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745

Bethea BAILIE of Enlesmachan near Edenburgh [Edinburgh] in North Britain, widow heir at law to John BAILIE late Doctor of Physic in London of 1st part & Anne BAILIE of Richmond Buildings in Parish of St. Anne, Westminster, widow & relict of the said John BAILLIE of the other part ... lands lately in the possession of John BAILLIE situate in Anne Streat & Cuckoo Lane in the Parish of St. Michan, Co. & City of Dublin. WITNESS. Wm WISHART Dr. Of Divinity principal of College of Edenburgh; John TAYLOR servant to WISHART & James BAIRD of Downing St., Parish of St. James, Westminster, servant to William BAIRD of Brenkston, Esq.

116

341

80724

McCULLAGH

Antrim

Armagh

1744 Feb 22

Memorial of Indenture; 1st pt James ROSS merchant of Belfast; 2nd pt Jas McCULLOCH Esq of Piedmount, Co Antrim; 3rd pt Rev. Hugh HILL of Mounthill Co Antrim (with ref to an indenture dated 29 Aug 1744(!) between James McCULLOCH, Dorothy Beresford SHAW otherwise McCULLOCH & James ROSS). Ballygrogan, Co Antrim. NOTE: I need to check if there are connections, I believe, to the REEDs of Rahans.

116

407

81155

JACKSON, John

Waterford

1744 Mar 18

JACKSON-MASON Notes in 2009 diary 1730-1745

Between Henry MASON of Nymph Hall. Co. Waterford, Esq. & Ann HODDER of Hodderfield, Co. Cork widow of 1st part. Alan MASON of Dromona Co. Waterford Esq. Of 2nd part & John JACKSON of Glenbegg [aka Glanbeg] Co. Waterford, Gent of 3rd part ... reciting lease of 1 & 2 Nov 1717 between Samuel GIBBES late of Horsley, Co. Essex of 1 part & George JACKSON late of Glenbegg Esq. Deceased ... did grant to George JACKSON lands of Coolishele & Glenbegg, Co. Waterfords ... term 1000 years £1150 ... further reciting indenture 10 April 1738 between Samuel GIBBES James DARROW & Elizabeth his wife one of the daughters of said Samuel GIBBES deceased of 1st part & George JACKSON of 2nd part & Ann HODDER of 3rd part. WITNESS: Nicholas NASH, City of Dublin; Chris MUSGRAVE of Ballyen, Co. Waterford, Esq. George DAVYES man servant to Anne HODDER; Thomas PARKE man servant to Christopher MUSGRAVE; John WALLIS, City of Dublin, Gent.

116

414

81200

McCULLAGH

Antrim

Dublin

1744 Feb 13

McCULLAGH-FERGUSON

Registry of Deeds, Abstracts of Wills.

Jas McCULLOH of City of Dublin – will dated 13 Feb 1744. Trustees: James STEWART, Co Antrim, & Charles MACARTNEY, City of Dublin. Residue to nephew William McCULLOH; £600 to eldest dau Margaret; £600 to 2nd dau Jane; £30 per ann to wife Mary McCULLOH otherwise FERGUSON; £200 to Alice BOWKER; £100 to servt Alice BOYCE. Executors James McCULLOH of Piedmount, Co Antrim & his nephew Wm McCULLOH Wit: Paschall WILSON & Will BIGGER

Probated] 13 May 1745. His wife Mary McCulloh otherwise Ferguson. His nephew Mr Wm. McCulloh. His eldest daughter Margt. McCulloh. His second daughter Jane McCulloh, James Stewart, Co. Antrim, Esq., and Charles Macartney, Dublin, merchant, trustees. To James Macartney son of said Charles Macartney £300 when 21 years. Alice Bowker of the Kingdom of Great Britain. His servant Alice Boyce £100 for her faithful service. James McCulloh
of Piedmont, Co. Antrim, Esq., and his said nephew Wm. McCulloh exors. His real and personal estate.
Witnesses: John Treanor, Dublin, Edmd. Wall, Dublin, gent.
Paschall Wilson, Dublin, scrivener.
Memorial witnessed by: Paschall Wilson, William Bigger, Dublin, gent.

116

477

81632

JOHNSTON

 

1748-58

Robert JOHNSTON – NOBLE

116

490

81721

 

 

 

RUDDELL-HUTCHESON Marriage

116

491

81722

 

 

 

STRINGER-HUTCHESON

116

530

?

BROWN

Mayo

1730-1745

BROWN, John of Neal, Co. Mayo- George BROWN, eldest son & heir

116

545

81956

BAILIE

Dublin

1745 Jul 18

ANGLESON, Earl-BAILIE Notes in 2009 diary 1730-1745

Richard Earl Angleson to Hans BAILIE of City of Dublin, Merchant ... Ann BAILLIE his wife & Martha Maria BAILLIE their eldest daughter then of age 10 yeasr (NOTE: Lots of lands mentioned in this deed).

117

89

79754

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1743 Oct 3

JACKSON-THURGOOD Book Index 1730-45

Wm JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent for 100 pounds made over to [Startup] THURGOOOD of same city Upholder land in Abbey St in City of Dublin... and also piece of land  late in possession of Michael JACKSON father of William at the back of Abbey ST. Demised to the sd William JACKSON by Michael JACKSON ... NOTE: Probably: Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Pimlico.

117

90

79755

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1744 Oct 4

McCULLOCH Jas & Dorothy Beresford SHAW orse McCULLOCH

Dorothy Beresford SHAW orse McCULLOCH of Antrim of one pt & James McCULLOCH of Piedmount, Antrim of other pt reciting deed made May 1, 1706 by Charles O’NEIL and John O’NEIL of Shanes Castle & Charity O’NEIL his wife, and Henry ECHLIN of Co. Dublin Knight of the 1st pt.. Patrick McCULLOCH of Grogan in said Co. Antrim gent of the 4th pt [lots of lands in Barony of Tom, Co. Antrim] demised to James McCULLOCH of Grogan for three lives renewable forever… lots more lands…… also included 357 a 2r 30p in Camlough and  77 acres in Tullyvallen – both in Fews, Co. Armagh

117

145

8431

JACKSON, John

Waterford

1709 May 21

John JACKSON was one of the trustees for the will of Michael HEAD, Alderman of City of Waterford.

117

164

80138

JACKSON

Londonderrry

1744 May 28

BENNETT-JACKSON  between KINKHEAD-JACKSON deed & related ones

Btw John BENNETT of Colerain, Co. Londonderry Gentof the 1 pt & William JACKSON of the same Esq. of the 2nd pt. reciting an earlier deed March 2 1724 made an executed by the said William JACKSON… JACKSON had demised to BENNETT the garden & tanyard & waterside in the Parish of Killowen Maner of Clothworkers, Co. Londonderry which had been late of the possession of Samuel CORBETT deceased… BENNETT assigned this all back to JACKSON. WITNES: Hercules HEYLAND of Castleroe, Co. Lonmdonderry Esq & by the eldest Robert GIVEEN of Kiltowen  in said Co. linen draper & by John M’ALESTER of Colerain Gent. JACKSONs seal was affixed. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

117

185

80248

JACKSON, James & WIlliam

Dublin

1744 Dec 7

JACKSON-BARCOFT Book Index 1730-45

Deed – James JACKSON of City of Dublin Tapewinder [could this be tydewaiter or tidewaiter?] for 30 pounds conveyed to his brother William JACKSON of the same City Gent... holdings on or near Pimlico  in the Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore, City of Dublin.. annuity was devised by Michael JACKSON father of James late of the City of Dublin, Clothier bearing date 1740. See: Jackson of Pimlico.

117

200

80312

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1735 Nov 1

JACKSON-TOMM Book Index 1730-45

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry ..to Samuel TOMM of Ardwwillan  all of Ardwillan in his possession, Parish of Drumboe, Manor of Clothworkers... SEE; JACKSONs of Coleraine

117

278

80785

JACKSON, William

Londonderry

1741 Apr 13

CORRY-HYLAND & ors Book Index 1730-45

William JACKSON of Colerain, Co Londonderry.. [other names] … reciting earlier deed Oct 13, 1729, the Clothworkers of London had demised to Richard JACKSON of Dublin Esq all tha Manor of Clothworkers in the Kingdom of Ireland for a termof 51 years dating from May 1, 1720… reciting that the said Richard JACKSON had by his deed bearing date Oct 13, 1729 declared that the said indenture so made by the Master Wardens & Commonwealth aforesaid was made in trust for the said William JACKSON by way of a better security for the sum of £2,050.4.6 which the said William JACKSON then owed unto him… William CARY & William JACKSON discharged the debts and assighned [list of townlands] to Hercules HEYLAN.. WITNESS Connolly MCAUSLAND of Fruithill Esq. & John M’ALESTER of Colerain Gent & Dominick HEYLAND of the same Esq. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

117

325

80976

BAILIE

 

1730-1745

BAILIE, Robert-WALLIS

117

381

81187

JACKSON, Richard

OLIVER

Dublin

1745 May 11

JACKSON-NOWLAN Book Index 1730-1745

Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. Grant to Denis NOWLAN of said city victualler, land formerly in possession of David OLIVER Sawyer, dec’d ... on the North side of King Street near Stephens Green.

117

403

81267

JACKSON, John Rev

Dublin

1745 May 18

SHERWOOD-CARSMORE Coolock

Rev John JACKSON., minister of Coolock dwelling house and 54 acres in Coolock – ditched land, from Sherwood to James WALKER. Brian  SEE: JACKSONs of Santry  

118

115

124774

JACKSON,

Dublin

1757 Jun 9

Edward RANSFORD (eldest son & heir apparent of Edward RANSFORD, deceased, late of Dublin)  + Isabella RANSFORD had raised £400 mortgage with Ann ACKLAND, who subsequently married William DEACON, merchant of Dublin. They sold the mortgage to Elizabeth BAKER (ors LANGLEY). Bulkley HARRIS buying the mortgage & granting £200 to Martha RANSFORD. Numerous properties in & around the suburbs of Dublin, [occ by McDANIEL through MORTIMER ] Martha RANSFORD, spinster, youngest daughter of Edward RANSFORD, deceased,  making over her portion under her father’s will, £400. Lease & Release AnneChamney NOTE: A JACKSON was an occupant

118

237

80607

OLIVER

Armagh

1844 Jan 24

WALKER-GLENNY Notes in 2009 diary 1739-1810 NOTE: The date seems off for this early a book? Ballynahonemore

Between Gervis WALKER of Killmakue (Kilmacrew) Co. Armagh, Gent of 1 part & Isaac GLENNY of Savalmore, Parish of Newry, Co. Down for 500 WALKER let to GLENNY lands in Ballynahonemore lease of 21 years WITNESS: John QUINN, City of Armagh, Gent & George BURLEIGH, City of Armagh, Innkeeper; Hugh CUMING of Kearnyhill, Gent; John MELLING of Newry, Co. Down, Merchant.

118

296

8-829

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1743 Oct 15

GEORGE Book Index 1730-45

Whereby William JACKSON of Killemanah of Co. Dublin, Gardiner, in consideration of marriage with Elizabeth GEORGE of Parish of Crumlin, spinster that she should dispose of all the leases and effects she then enjoyed of land or houses or otherwise at her decease and said JACKSON doth bind him and his heirsin sum of £200 sterling to leave the said leases and effects to the said Elizabeth GEORGE clear of all demands, and if she should die an he have no heirs that she would enjoy the lands of Killemanagh and Timmon in Co. Dublin  which William JACKSON held by lease from William GIBTON and William CONNOLLY Esq.

118

350

81058

DAWSON

 

1730-1745

DAWSON, John- HUTCHINSON

None of these names were in this deed.

118

389

73900

JACKSON, George & ors

Tipperary

1730-1745

PEA?VELT  [prob PEACOCK] Book Index 1730-45

NOTE: An Abigail; PEACOCK married Richard JACKSON (1686-1716). They are part of Quaker Jacksons in Ireland..

 See following deed

118

389

81219

JACKSON, George

Tipperary

1745 May 8

JACKSON-PEACOCK Notes in 2009 diary 1730-1745

Ebenezer PEACOCK of Toomavara, Co. Tipperary, Gent & George JACKSON of Ballintemple [Tipperary?] Gent. PEACOCK sold to JACKSON Barrick & Ballincurra, Barony of Upper Ormond, Co. Tipperary then in tenure of John HARDEN 58 Acres 2 Roods. WITNESS: George TALBOT & George PERCY of Ballintemple & John SMITH of Ballydonagh, Kings Co. Gents & John HUMPHRY, City of Dublin, Gent. SEE; Quaker Jacksons in Ireland. (possibly)

119

278

82529

JACKSON, John

Waterford

1745 Dec 17

CONNOR Book Index 1730-45

… John JACKSON of Glenbegg, Co Waterford  Esq of 3rd pt … George JACKSON  of Glenbegg deceased.

119

364

82833

JACKSON, Daniel

Kings

1745 Feb 15

USHER Book Index 1730-45

Rev. Daniel JACKSON of Tullamore, Kings Co, Clk  of other pt…. land in Mannor Towns and Fields of Mountrath… lands in Westmeth,  Queens Co., Kings Co.,  Rosscommon, Kildare & Co Dublin…. Pages full of townlands SEE: JACKSONs of Santry

119

454

83213

Jackson, William

Cork

1744 Jan 11

GAMBLE 1746-1758 Image 550-551

Rev. William JACKSON of Rocksavage Co. Cork Clke only son and heir at law of Ellin JACKSON late of Shurock, Co Westmeath. Of 1st pt. … lands in Barony Ballyboy, Kings Co. & Barony Eglish, Kings Co.

119

468

83266

JACKSON, Nathaniel

Queens

1746 Apr 28

HOLMES-JACKSON Bk 16 1739-1745

28 April 1746 Deed between Joseph HOLMES of Mountmellick in Queens Co. Currier of the one part & Nat JACKSON the younger of Mt. Mellick of the other part [desc of lands leased to Nat in Mt. Mellick] SEE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

119

507

83420

DAWSON

Tipperary

1746 May 16

DAWSON, John-his will 1746-1758

John DAWSON & Wife Elinor  SOUTHCOLE lands in Tipperary

119

553

83814

BAILIE

 

1746-1751

ANNESLEY, Charles-BAILIE

120

11

80661

DAWSON

 

1730-1745

DAWSON, John-BAILLIE

120

70

81861

JACKSON, Nathaniel

Queens

1745 July 30

 DAWSON, Ephriam JACKSON Bk 16 1739-1745

30 July 1745 Ephriam JACKSON Queens Co. & Nat JACKSON the younger of Mountmellick in said Co. Clothier of the other part. Land let to Nat in Mt. Mellick . SEE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

WITNESSES: James HEATH Currier, John PRINGLE Clothier Joseph CROFTEN, Gent, All of Mt. Mellick, Queens Co.

120

71

81166

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1745 Jul 31

ROBINSON Book Index 1730-45

Indentureof a lease btw William JACKSON of the City of Dublin Gent eldest son and heir of Michael JACKSON late of said City Clothier deceased and devisee of the last will and Testamant of  the said Michael JACKSON of the 1 pt & George ROBINSON of Earl St in the Liberty of St. Thomas Court & Donore & County & City of Dublin Tape weaver of the other part… JACKSON let to ROBINSON the messuage or tenement late in the possession of John COGHLAN on the north side of Tapilloin [aka Tripillo] in the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore with the backsoide behind the said house which said premes are meared and bounded as follows: on the East to the holding of Francis BYRNES; on the west to Michael KINDLEY’s holding; on the north to Tripillo aforesaid & on the south to Jackson’s alley together with all rights ways easments… WITNESSES: John BLAND John SMYTH & Arthur CRAWFORD all of the City of Dublin. Mmeorial witness John SMYTHE & James KIDD. See: Jacksons of Pimlico.

120

79

81900

JACKSON,

Abigal Dame & Jane & ors

Dublin

1745 Aug 6

JACKSON, Abigale Dame-COCKS Book Index 1730-45

Indentured deed btw Sir Oliver CROFTON of the City of Dublin Bart & Dame Abigail CROFTON otherwise BUCKLEY otherwise JACKSON his wife. & Jane JACKSON of the City of Dublin spinster of the other part. Thomas COCKS of Mt Cashell in the County of Clare Gent of the other part imparting that the said Sir Oliver CROFTON Abigail his wife, and  Jane JACKSON in pursuance of a minitt or article therein mentioned have been made theretofore made by Samuel JACKSON deceased to John BETSON deceased and in consid of the rents & agreements… demised to said Thomas COCKS the town and land of Knightstown otherwise Kingstown containing therin mentioned 121a 3r 2p in Parish of Lush Barony of Nethercross & Co of Dublin for 31 years. NOTE: Jane & Bigail were daughters of Nathaniel JACKSON (1640-1698) and Elizabeth WOODS. The lands were inherited from Samuel JACKSON.

120

84

81920

BRADFORD

Dublin

1745 Aug 10

BRADFORD, WmWYNNE

William BRADFORD of City of Dublin chirurgeon [surgeon].. lands in Dublin

120

91

81938

HAMILTON

Armagh

1745 Aug 15

MITCHELL-HAMILTON

Henry MITCHELL of the City of Dublin esq. of the pt  & Alexander HAMILTON  of  saud City Esq. of the other part  wherin Henry MITCHELL for consideration of payment demised etc to Alexander HAMILTON his heirs and assigns all that the town & Lands of Tullyvallin otherwise Tullyvallen  otherwise Tullyvallan or Ballyvallen Drumill otherwise Drumhill & Tullynavall otherwise Tullynavall situate in the Barony of the Fews Co. Ardmagh with the Appurs Royal  [???] and conveyed by John BALL Esq…. for lives….… other lands … lives of Alexander HAMILTON & Hugh HAMILTON & Robert HAMILTON sons of Alexander HAMILTON as conveyed by John BALL Esq. WITNESSSES:  Robert KING of City of Dublin Gent & Robert WALLIS of the same City, Public Notary.

120

116

82021

JACKSON, Richard

Wicklow

Dublin

1745 Sept 4

JACKSON-FOTTERALL or TOTTERALL or BOTTERALL Book Index 1730-1745

Deed between Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent & Amy JACKSON otherwise MURPHY his wife of the part & John TOTERALL of sd city Gent ... townlands of Three Castles in Lordship of Blessington Co. Wicklow....

120

154

82186

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1745 Oct 29

Btw Henry RIDLY of Upper Combe Silk Thrower of the 1st pt. Margaret LEECH of the same Widow of the 2nd pt;  & Henry JACKSON of Christ Church Yard Sword Cutler of the 3rd pt. Reciting that a marriage was intended btw RIDLEY + LEECH.. transfer to Henry JACKSON land on the west side of the road or passage leading to Essex Bridge from Essex Street commonly known as Alderman Lovett’s Garden. [note extensive description of lands] NOTE: I assume that widow Margaret LEECH had been born a JACKSON.

120

282

82636

JACKSON, John

Londonderry

1745 Jan 4

TROTTER Book Index 1730-45

John JACKSON of Tobermore Co Londonderry Gent of the 1 pt & Thomas TROTTER of Magherafelt in the same Co Merchant reciting that the sd John JACKSON by virtue of contract and by intermarriage  btw William JACKSON father of  the said John & Thomas ASH aforesaid of Magherafelt Esq. … John JACKSON married Sarah daughter of Thomas ASH…… annuity of 30 pounds chargeable to John JACKSON & his issue of the rents & profits of 6 townlands in parish of Ballymascreen Co Londonderry  WITNESSES Samuel LAIRD & Josias FLEMING both of the town and parish of Magherafelt. .NOTE: See: JACKSONs of Tobermore. SEE: ROD 50-32-33227. 1713 Feb 18

120

325

82749

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1745 Feb 5

EATON Book Index 1730-45

Btw Rev. John JACKSON of of Clonshagh & Martha EATON widow of City of Dublin. John JACKSON in consideration of a further sum of 300 pounds paid by Martha EATON with 1,000 pounds due to her for total of 1300 pounds released lands of Holywood Rath cont 140 acres in Barony of Castleknock. SEE: JACKSONs of Santry

120

336

82784

OLIVER

 

1745 Feb 10

OLIVER-Jane GUMBLETON 1730-1745

Jane OLIVER otherwise SILVER, relict of Robert OLIVER

120

414

83087

Jackson, William

Dublin

1746 Mar 25

ROBINSON 1746-1758

Btw William JACKSON, City of Dublin, Gent of the 1 pt & George ROBINSON of Tripillo, City of Dublin, weaver of the other part. Demised messuage, dwelling house or tenement wherin Francis BYRNE broadweaver lately dwelt, situate on the south side of Tripillo Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore adjoining George ROBINSONs dwelling house on the west and John MARTINs dwelling house on the east.with one half of the tenement backyard … more descry. WITNESS John SMITH sexton of St. Katherines, Church of Dublin. NOTE: This William JACKSON (1714-?) was a son of Michael JACKSON & Mary McCRACKEN. See: Jacksons of Pimlico.

121

13

81219

JACKSON, George & ors

Louth; Dublin

 

Book Index 1730-45 Ardpatrick, Co.

COURTNEY See following Deed

121

13

81876

JACKSON, George

Louth; Dublin

1745 Jul 24

JACKSON-COURTENAY 1730-1745

Rev. George JACKSON of Ardpatrick, Co. Louth & Eliz his wife on 1 pt & Edward COURTENAY of Dublin Chirurgeon of other part.... did convey town and lands of Ardpatrick abt 100 acres & also plot of land on Strand at back of Lazy Hill in Suburbs of City of Dublin & all houses & edifices except two houses devised by Nathanial DYER to Margaret GIBBON... NOTE: Rev George JACKSON (1711-1782) husband of Elizabeth TAYLOR. SEE: Jacksons of Steeple & Loonburn & Islandmage - Antrim.

121

174

82541

JACKSON, Henry

Meath

1745 Dec 20

BALFE Book Index 1730-45

Indented Marriage Artices made 6 May 1730 made btw Henry JACKSON of Lisnaboe Gent of the 1 pt & Mary BALFE of Rath in sd Co Widow of the other pt…. should Henry survive Mary leaving no issue to him then Mary may by her will leave her portion of Rath & if Mary should survive Henry leaving issue by her then Mary shall enjoy & possess the afsd jointure for the support & maintenance of such issue.. WITNESSES Richard HAY & Edward MURPHY.

NOTE: Henry’s chidren in the Lisbanoe family tree precede this date. I wonder if she was a 2nd wife? SEE: Jacksons of Lisnaboe  and Lisnaboe documents

121

498

83741

BAILIE

Dublin

1740 May 1

ANGLESEY, Charles Earl-To Hans BAILIE of Dublin, Merchant. 1746-1751

121

511

83800

Jackson, Philip & Richard

Longford

Kings

1746 Jul 3

McCALLY1746-1758

Btw Philip JACKSON of Callogue, Co. Longford Gent & Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin eldest son of Philip JACKSON of the 1 pt  & Mary McCALLY of Monescriba, Co. Longford of other pt. Richard JACKSON in consid of 76 pounds 2s 3p paid by Mary McCALLY granted town and lands of Callogue, Barony of Ardagh, Co. Longford  .. also lands in Kings Co.

121

524

83508

Jackson, William

Louth

Armagh

1745 Oct 19

RORKE Name index entry- but not at 435 . #83508 is on pg 524 1746-1758 WIGLEY-BURROWS tripartite deed.

Manor of Forkhill & long list of townlands in Co. Louth & Armagh. The name of William JACKSON did not show up in the memorial, but I suspect he may have been connected to this memorial because of the Forkhill connection.

121

828

83117

Jackson, Mary

Down

1732 Dec 8

Ledlie 1746-1758

Mary BURCH als JACKSON in Loghans, Co. Down on behalf of John BURCH son to said Mary of the 1 pt & John LEDLIE of Carnin Co. Tyrone on behalf of his daughter Jane LEDLIE on the other pt.. In consid of a marriage to be had btw said John BURCH and Jane LEDLIE & of 80 pounds soon to be paid by said John as a marriage portion… Mary BURCH als JACKSON assigned to John BURCH that he had a right to by virtue of a will made by James BURCH late of Loghans, Co. Down deceased.dated 4th Feb 1726 father to John. And the said Mary did thereby assign & make over the dwelling house she then possessed with all office houses belonging to the same (the Turf house & little Stable) to the said John her son in a month after the said marriage. And in Case the said Mary and her son did not agree to live together in the same house after said marriage then Mary & John should be at equal expence in erecting a [?] Dwellinghouse for said Mary … John LEDLIE jr of Carnin Co. Tyrone to be overseer… said deed is witnessed by Jackson CLARK of Maghera, Co. Tyrone Merchant & William CROZER of [A?]ramore Co Down Gent . NOTE: Mary JACKSON was a cousin of Jackson CLARKE. (1695-1756). James BURCH aka James BIRCH died 1727. Alison Kilpatrick has a complete transcription.

122

33

82114

JACKSON

Dublin

1745 Oct 1

Parish of St. Johns incl reps Rev. Gabriel James MATURIN & Church wardens Alexander BRENNAN of City of Dublin, plumber, and Matthas ROWLAND of Dublin taylor of 1st part & Henry JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent of other pt. parcel of land situate in Church Street in Oxmantown, Dublin cont in front 42 feet and in depth 206 feet to hold for 999 years at yearly rents. WITNESS John JEFFRIES of City of Dublin Gent & Lawrence LAWRENSON, Organist of City of Dublin

122

183

83498

Jackson, Henry

Dublin

1746 May 15

JOHNSTON 1746-1758

BTW Henry JACKSON of Cuty of Dublin, Gent of 1 pt & Ann CONSTANT of same city widow of the 2nd. Benjamin JOHNSTON of City of Dublin Gent of 3rd pt. Reciting that a marriage was to be solemnized btw Henry JACKSON and Ann CONSTANT & that Henry JACKSON was possessed of a house with its backside and appurtaenances on the east side of Church Street Dublin, then in possession of the widow SIMPSON under a lease from said JACKSON to her at £18 per year and that said Henry JACKSON was also possessed of another house on Church Street, adjoining, with its backside and appurtenances  then in the tenancy of Patrick RIVERS, silk dyer a lease to him from Henry JACKSON for £16 a year.which said two houses and backsides are part of the premeses demised to Henry JACKSON by the wardens of St John Church, Dublin for 99 years.at £9 per annum.In consideration of intended marriage Henry JACKSON demised to Benjamin JOHNSTON  (dower for Ann CONSTANT).

122

430

84712

WILDE

 

1746-1751

ANDRE, St., Nath & wife-WILDE

122

456

84824

McCULLAGH, John

Tyrone

1746 Dec 18

John WALLACE, Schoolmaster of Augher, Co. Tyrone & Sarah WALLACE als SIM his wife of 1st pt. John McCULLAGH of Strabane, Co. Tyrone, Merchant of 2nd pt lease and release re: 3 houses in Strabane, Tyrone, for £30, occupant Sarah SIM of Strabane, Co. Tyrone, deceased, widow. WITNESS: James WALLACE, Chapman. RozMcC

123

1

82413

OLIVER

Cork

1733 Oct

OLIVER, Robert Esq. Of Clonodsy. Marriage intended between A & B Coleby

123

8

82443

 

Monaghan

1739-1810

ECHLIN-GALBRAITH Book 45 (1739-1810) Corduffles

 

123

29

82821

BIRCH

 

1730-1745

BIRCH, George-ROBBINS

123

54

83329

Jackson, William

Dublin

1746 Mar 31

MITCHELL 1746-1758 Image 356

Btw William JACKSON, Gent of City of Dublin to William MITCHELL, Gent of City of Dublin whereby JACKSON appointed MITCHELL his lawful attorney and in his name to demand and receive rents from his properties in Pimlico, Tripilow, and Marrabonslane in Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore and from his tenants in Marys Lane and Bootelane WITNESS Andrew LAMONT & Samuel JOHNSTON Mem WITNESS: Samuel JOHNSTON & Henry CHRITCHLEY. See: Jackson of Pimlico.

123

231

84357

Jackson, Henry

Dublin

1746 Jul 12

BARBER 1746-1758 NOTE I had pg 237.Image 445

BTW Henry JACKSON cordwainer of City of Dublin demised to John BARBER of City of Dublin house painter all that piece of land joining John BARBERs Hide Crane [?] yard from the west same of the Gate leading in said plot of ground from Church St.through the gate between the widow Marth SIMPSONs house and Patrick RIVERs houseon on the east with Dr. MARTINs stables on the north with said John BARBERs Hide Crane yard walls and on the 4th with said RIVERs garden wall … to hold for 81 years for rent of £4.6s WITNESS: Joseph CLARK Gent & Joseph FARRELL Coachmaker both of City of Dublin.

123

251

84437

Jackson, William

Cork

1746 May 19

KNOLLES 1746-1748 Image 455

Rev William JACKSON of Rocksavage, Co. Cork of 1 pt & Rachel KNOLLES, widow of Kinsale, Co. Cork…. Reciting 1731 Jun 5 John NASH of Co CORK lands of Currantrishlane…

123

327

84772

LATOUCHE

 

1746-1758

LATOUCHE, David-HART

123

536

88327

JACKSON, William

Dublin City

1748 Apr 16

NOTE: I could not find it in bk 123. Error?

Thomas JERVIS coachmaker demised to George Edward HOWARD [Could this be Gorges Edmund HOWARD (1715-1786) ] Gent  house – in his possession - on east side of Capel Street bounded by Charles BUCKNELL & James ALDRICH – WITNESS: William JACKSON, Gent of Dublin City

NickRed

See JACKSONs of Coleraine.

124

50

83742

BAILIE

Dublin

1746 May 9

ANNESLEY, Charles-BAILIE NOTES in 2009 diary. 1746-1751

BAILIE-WHITE

Rt Hon Richard Earl ... & Charles ANNESLEY lease to Hans BAILIE of City of Dublin, Merchant .... all ... Mannor of Araghter otherwise Mannor Annesley ... Co. Tyrone. WITNESS James WHITE of Peppards Castle, Co. Wexford, Gent; John JAINS[?] of Dublin, Chirurgeon; John HANS & William McGUIRE of City of Dublin, Gent.

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53

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1739-1810

THOMPSON-SIMPSON Lettmicollin Wrong # I also tried:

194-53-128564 and 182-410-121384

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Jackson, Mary

Dublin

Antrim

1746 Jan 17

GLEADOWE 1746-1758 Image 435

btw Richard WORKMAN City of Dublin Gent of the 1 pt & Thomas GLEADOWE of City of Dublin merchant of the other pt.and the release btw the said Richard WORKMAN & Mary WORKMAN otherwise JACKSON his wife of the 1 pt. in consid of £600 pd by Thomas GLEADOWE part of tenement set to Laurence HODSON on south side of street of the Town of Antrim the dwelling place where John WRAYFORD deceased formerly dwelt where widow SHREWSBURY formerly lived together with the shop formerly held by Arthur WHITESIDE … Alexander CORNWALL … lives of Richard WORKMAN, Mary his wife, Elinor JACKSON … reciting indenture 1698 Jan 30 bwt Lord Masserene & George JACKSON formerly of Hollywell near town of Antrim dec Grandfather of said Mary JACKSON… and premise in Manor of Grange Gorman Co Dublin for lives of Mary the wife [WORKMAN-JACKSON], Mary Anne the daughter, Meredith Hamson WORKMAN 2nd son of Richard WORKMAN contained in indenture Feb 3, 1736 … more description of WORKMAN leases. NOTE: I suspect that Mary JACKSON is a daughter of George JACKSON (?-abt 1750) and Armanella DAVIES ( ?-aft 1775). She was likely named for her paternal grandmother.  SEE: JACKSONs of Steeple.  Richard WORKMAN was a goldsmith of Dublin. A lease was made to Richard WORKMAN, goldsmith, for the house, known by the sign of the Spinning Wheel, on the north side of Castle street. His father was likely Edward WORKMAN who came from Portadown to become an apprentice goldsmith in 1693. He was a son of a tanner, Richard WORKMAN.

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85691

Jackson, William

Dublin

1747 May 8

REED 1746-1758 Image 535

Mortgage btw William JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent & William REED of the same City Staymaker. Plot of land on Abbey Street assigned containing in front 24’, in length 82’ and another parcel of land containing 13 ½’ in back of Abbey Street with all buildings and improvements thereon.for terms of 75 years and 51 ½ years WITNESS: David WILLIAMS of City of Dublin, Joyner & Charles MEARES of same, Gent.

125

536

86036

COULTER

Monaghan

1739-1810

 

LITTLE to COULTER (TI Bk 45)

NAMES: John LITTLE Sr. of Tyhallen; John LITTLE Jr. of Portarlington; Hugh COULTER of Aghnasedagh; James SMITH of Killyneal; John KEAN of Singleton Grove; Peter GOULLIN of Portarlington; James RICHARDSON of Culmain; William JOHNSTON, JP; Richard GRAHAM; James HASTINGS.

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67

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Jackson, Richard

Dublin

1746 Apr 26

BALLANGE 1746-1758 Image 42

Btw Richard JACKSON Esq. of City of Dubliun of 1 pt & John BALLANGE of City of Dublin Merchant of the other …house messuage or tenement South Side of King Street near St. Stephens Green formerly in the possession of ___ TERRENCE,  deceased containing the yard behind the same containing in depth from front to rere abt 86’;  in front 20’ 10” and isn rere 20’ 4” bounded bounded on the East with the houe lately in possession of Samuel HOPE on the west with the house late in possession of William HUDDLESTON on the north with the Kings pavement and on the south with the ground lately in possession of DEACON with Liberty to John BALLANGE.to bring his heavy goods to his warehouse through the Gateway under the house … WITNESS Gorges Edmund HOWARD of City of Dublin Gent, & Peter BARRE of same City merchant. NOTE: Gorges Edmund HOWARD (1715-1786) was a 1st cousin once removed of Richard JACKSON (1722-1787) of Forkhill, Co. Armagh. SEE: Jacksons of Coleraine.

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OLIVER

Armagh

1717 Jun 18

WALKER-Matthew HENDERSON Notes in 2009 diary 1739-1810

Between George WALKER of Killmakew, Parish of Armagh, Gent & Matthew HENDERSON of Ballynahonemore, Parish & Co. Armagh, farmer. George WALKER demised to Matthew HENDERSON land in Ballynahonemore, Parish of Armagh containing about 53 acres ... term 19 years. WITNESS: George BURLEY of Armagh, innkeeper, John WHITTINGTON late of same place Gent, since deceased; Alexander HUTCHESON of City of Dublin, Gent.

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McCULLAGH & WALKER

Armagh

1747 Nov 14

WALKER-McCULLAGH

NOTE table of linked deeds on web page.

NAMES: Gervais WALKER of Kilmacrew, Co. Armagh; William McCULLAGH of Ballynahonemore, Co. Armagh; James NEILSON; John WAGH; George WALKER of Newry, Co. Down; James DUNLAP of Drumhirk, Parish of Derrynoose, Co. Armagh; Adam DUNLAP; Hugh CUMING of Kerneyhill, Co. Armagh; Alexander McCULLAGH of Ballynahonemore. OTHER NAMES: HUTCHINSON, JACKSON, GLENNY, HENDERSON.

A Memorial of an indented deed of lease bearing date  13th Jan 1727-8 made between Gervais WALKER of Kilmacrew in the Parish and County of Armagh  Gent of the one part and William McCULLAGH of Ballynahonemore in the said Parish & County  farmer of the other part.  Whereby the said Gervais WALKER for the consideration of £50  to him the said Gervais in hand paid by said William McCULLAGH all that the quarter part of the south ward of the townland of Ballynhonemore aforesaid in the Parish and County of Armagh  as then formerly held by James NEILSON Deceased & John WAGH [aka WAUGH?]containing by estimation 100 acres English  measure ... term of 19 years rent of £12 Ster. [NOTE a sub lease from the Lord Archbishop of Armagh with rights of renewal]. Witnesses George WALKER now of Newry, Co. Down & James DUNLAP of Drumkirk of Co. Armagh  Adam DUNLAP decd [this is confusing]  Hugh CUMING of Kerneyhill, Co. Armagh & Alexander McCULLAGH of Ballynahonemore

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374

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DAWSON

Dublin

1747 Feb 17

DAWSON, Josua-JOHNSTON 1746-1758 Image 200

Richard DAWSON of City of Dublin Esq of 1 pt & Collin JOHNSTON of Tullyard, Co. Monaghan Gent land of Tateneeagh & Cortrain Co. Monaghan. WITNESS  Brabazon NOBLE Gent & Murray KATHRENS. of City of Dublin,

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398

87926

COULTER

Antrim

1728 Apr 22

COULTER, Wm-McELVOR NOTES in 2009 diary. 1746-1758

COULTER-McEVERS

William COULTER of Lisburn, Co. Antrim, merchant demised one house or tenement in Duke Street, Dublin adjoining on land the east to Robert NIXON’s house … to Nicodemus McEVERS of Dublin, merchant … yearly rent of £10.14 for 31 years WITNESS: Chris FEGAN of Dublin, victualler & Terence HOLLAND of Dublin, Fruiterer; William FIELDING of Dublin, wigmaker.

127

33

85779

Jackson, Thomas

Dublin

1746 Sep 2

ROBINSON 1746-1758

Btw Thomas JACKSON of Marrowbone Lane, of City of Dublin Linen Weaver did in consid of £40  paid by Abraham ROBINSON of the said Lane & Co. merchant did grant ground fronting on Roberts Street containing in front 90’ or thereabouts  and in depth from front to rere 160’ for rent of  £4 6s/yr. WITNESS: Terence HOGBIE of Robuck near Cromlin of Dublin Bleacher & Peter O’GORMLEY  of Marrowbone Lane Gent. Mem WITNESS: William DONNELLAN Distiller & Peter O’GORMLEY See: Jacksons of Pimlico. NOTE: I do not yet know where Thomas JACKSON fits in this family, but the links of both profession & geography indicate a close link.

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65

85908

JACKSON

Queens

1747 May 27

BAGOT-JACKSON Bk 16

John BAGGOT of Ardiny Kings Co to Nathaniel JACKSON the younger of Mount Mellick Queens Co Merchant. north end of town of Mountmellick previously owned by Richard STRONG. SEE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

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149

86285

VILLERS

Monaghan

1747 Jul 15

SHIRLEY, George-VILLERS 1746-1758

No names of interest 2013.

127

163

86362

DONALDSON

Armagh

1739-1810

FIELD to DONALDSON Irish St. Armagh

 

127

526

87752

 

Meath

1747 Feb 18 

NIX & WIFE-BOLTON

lease btw Alexander NIX of Creekstown Co Meath Gent of 1st part; his wife Catherin NIX als McEVERY & Richard BOLTON of 3rd pt  map 30 May 1746 24A 2R 2P

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37

85906

McCULLAGH, Mary

Dublin

1747 May 26

Francis WEMYS, Esq deceased & Mary McCULLAGH o'wise WEMYS, widow & executor of Francis WEMYS & Henrietta WEMYS daughter of Francis & Mary WEMYS of 1st pt  6 acres Drumcondra Lane on Great Rd from Bolton St, town of Drumcondra, co Dublin. SW

128

37

85907

McCULLAGH, Mary

Dublin

1747 May 26

Francis WEMYS, Esq deceased & Mary McCULLAGH o'wise WEMYS, widow & executor of Francis WEMYS & Henrietta WEMYS daughter of Francis & Mary WEMYS of 1st pt  Cadogan House on Blind Quay, Dublin & others. Co. Dublin. SW

128

141

86360

Jackson, Robert

Kings

1747 Jul 20

REYNOLDS 1746-1758 Image 78

Btw Rev. Robt MAW of Birr, Kings Co. & Robert JACKSON of Parsonstown, Kings Co.Wiggmaker of the 2nd pt. George REYNOLDS of City of of Dublin Merchant of 3rd pt. Robert MAW in consideration of £100 paid to him by George REYNOLDS and consent of Robert JACKSON granted to George REYNOLDS land in his actual possession by virtue of an agreement made for 1 year in consideration of 5s pd .. transfer of lands previously in possession of Rev. Henry BIRCH deceased then in possession of Robert JACKSON, land in Parsonstown adjoining a dwelling house formerly in possession of Thomas DAVIS of Parsonstown, merchant, deceased, held in mortgage held  by Robert JACKSON from Edward TRACY sr. of Parsonstown.Clothier, and all the land & tenements including two parks adjoining the Green of Parsonstown known by the name of Bettridges Parks in Parsonstown.then in possession of Robert JACKSON by virtue of a lease from Jeremiah HANKS of Parsontown, farmer, the Parks known by the name of George DEANs holdings on the other side of the New Bridge meared by Clonaghill on the upper side in Kings Co. an then in possession of Robert JACKSON by Sir William CARSONS late of Parsonstown, deceased formerly in possession of John HAMILTON joyner, deceased, and then in possession of Robert JACKSON which last mentioned premes were demised to Anthony JEMMEL of Parsonstown, Innkeeper…. Subject to an Equity of Redemption remaining in Robert JACKSONs mortgage .. another page of legal description …signed by Robert MAW, Robert JACKSON & George REYNOLDS.

128

196

86571

JACKSON, John P.

Dublin

1747 Sep 7

WALSH-ONGE

Edward WALSH,to David ONGE both goldsmiths  of Dublin. A 24 year lease for a house on the North side of Plunkett Street.  John P. JACKSON, apprentice to Edward WALSH SW

128

322

87036

JACKSON, James

Kildare

1747 Nov 13

CORKER-JACKSON et al

Rev. James JACKSON Clerk Castlecarbery Kildare marriage settlement of Mary KINGSBURY and Edward CORKER; mention of marriage settlement; earlier deed 1725 Oct 20. nickred

128

327

20607

 

Armagh

1739-1810

HENDERSON-G? Wrong book and/or wrong memorial # Try 32 & 34 Ballynahonemore

128

354

87171

JACKSON, Christopher

Dublin

1747 Oct 8

Christopher JACKSON, Tuckmiller of Chapelizod, Dublin to Clement DAWSON, Gent of Chapelizod, Dublin lease 41yrs "The Corner House" next to School house & the School house. Mary DUGGAN- possible school matron. WITNESSES: James KANNING, Gent; Francis McCARTHY, grocer; William BARKER, Gent, all of Dublin. SW

128

437

87484

JACKSON, Jeremiah

Limerick

1747, Jan 22

JOHNSTON - JACKSON Jeremiah JACKSON of Fenningston [Fanningstown], Co. Limerick (Co. Clare Lands? As well)

Indented Deed of release btw Samborne JOHNSTON of of Currahanna Co Kerry Gent of 1 part & Jeremiah JACKSON of Fanningstown Co Limerick, Gent of the other … town and lands of Alonchard otherwise Alonghart Shanakeib & Parish of Kilquan, Barony of Bunratty, Co. Clare.

NAMES: Sambourne JOHNSTON of Currahanna, Co. Kerry; Jeremiah JACKSON of Fanningstown, Co. Limerick; Daniel HULEATT of Dublin; Richard TAYLOR of Carass, Co. Limerick; . PLACES: Alonchard known as Alhonghart and Shanakeilsall Parish of Kilquan Barony of Bunrathy County Clare.

128

451

87722

COULTER

 

1746-1758

COULTER, Hugh-RAE From 2009 diary Wrong #

128

472

87624

Jackson, Daniel

Dublin

1731 May 28

HAMILTON 1746-1758 Image 257

Marriage Agreement Rev. Daniel JACKSON of Tullamore & Catherine DERING spinster…. Marriage portion £1,500 secured by lands of Darendale, Barony Coolock, Co. Dublin … trustees Gustavus HAMILTON, Edward DERING, Colly LYONS & John JACKSON … the earlier trust witnessed by Henry BUCKLEY of City of Dublin Notary deceased. SEE: JACKSONs of Santry

128

488

87695

COULTER, Joseph

Down

1725, May 20

COULTER, Joseph & Henry SAVAGE both of Saintfield

Joseph COULTER of Saintfield re: May 20, 1725 agreement between Hon Brigadeer Nicholas BRICE of Hollymount & Ann SAVAGE of Saintfield - said widow of the other, Sankeys House, town of Saintfield taken in trust for Henry Savage by Joseph COULTER. Witness Rev. Mathew HASLETT of Killileagh, Co. Down

128

534

88117

Jackson, William

Dublin

1748 Mar 25

ROBINSON 1746-1758 Image 298

William JACKSON of City of Dublin demised to George ROBINSON of City of Dublin Tape Weaver, land formerly held by John MARTIN of City of Dublin on south side of Tripolo for term of 61 years for yearly rent of 6 pounds. WITNESS of Lease: John SMITH of St. Sepulcher, Gent & George ROBINSON son of said George ROBINSON. Memorial WITNESS: John SMITH & Michael ARGENT of Dublin Gent. SEE: Jacksons of Pimlico

128

559

88476

OLIVER, Jane

Limerick

1740 May 17

OLIVER, Jane - CROSBIE 1746-1758

Jane OLIVER widow, mother of Silver OLIVER son and heir of Robert OLIVER who was eldest son of Robert OLIVER late of Clonodfoy, Co Limerick… Robert OLIVER senior and Susannah his wife ..lots of lands in Limerick

128

561

88477

OLIVER, Jane

Limerick

1746-1758

OLIVER, Jane - CROSBIE 1746-1758

Relates to above.

128

566

88538

OLIVER, Robert

Limerick

1748 May 23 

OLIVER, Robert - MOORE 1746-1758

NOTES: 1748 May 23 Robert OLIVER of Clonodfoy, Co. Limerick & Stephen MOORE of Kilworth, Co. Cork.

128

567

88539

OLIVER, Robert

Limerick

1748 May 23

OLIVER, Robert - OLIVER 1746-1758

NOTES: 1748 May 23 Robert OLIVER Clonodfoye, Co. Limerick & Susannah OLIVER also KNIGHT his wife.

129

93

86377

BAILIE

 

1746-1751

ANGLESEY, Earl-BAILIE

129

249

86941

WALKER McCULLAGH

Armagh

1747 Nov 14

WALKER-McCULLAGH 1739-1810 Kilmacrew, Ballinahonemore

Deed of 1 Nov 1744 between Gervais WALKER of Kilmacrew, Co. Armagh Gent. & Alexander McCULLAGH Ballynahonemore, Co. Armagh. WALKER leased to McCULLAGH land formerly in possession of Ann GILLAND of Ballynahonemore & then in possession of said Alexander McCULLAGH. WITNESS: Leonard GILLESPIE of Kernascobe, Co. Armagh, linen weaver & Hugh CUMMING of Kearnyhill, Co. Armagh, Gent. NOTE: I also had this recorded as Deed# 26941

129

306

87160

GILMORE

Monaghan

1739-1810

 

RIDDELL to GILMOR Annamcneill (TI Bk 45)

129

417

87594

 

Monaghan

1739-1810

KER-KER Book 45 (1739-1810) Corduffles

 

129

470

87836

Jackson, George

Kings

Tipperary

1747 Feb 6

HARDEN 1746-1758 Image 563

Btw George JACKSON of Ballinlample [Ballintemple?] in Kings Co. Gent, of 1 pt & John HARDEN of Carrig, Co. Tipperary of other pt. Whereby George JACKSON demised to John HARDEN 58a of lands in Carrig in Barony of Upper Ormond, Co. Tipperary  then in possession of John HARDEN for lives of HARDEN sons…for payment of 1 peppercorn. WITNESS: John SMITH & Joshua SMITH of Roscrea, Co. Tipperary.Gents. John SMITH of Ballydonagh Kings Co witnessed memorial.

130

167

88435

BROWNE

 

1746-1751

ADAIR, Robt Sr.-BROWNE

130

199

88597

BAILIE

 

1746-1751

ANGLESEY, Earl-BAILIE

130

294

89139

McCULLAGH

Armagh

1748 Jun 30

WALKER- G McCULLAGH NOTES in 2009 diary 1739-1810 Ballynahonemore

Kilmacrew

Gervaise WALKER of Killmakue (Kilmacrew) Parish & Co. Armagh, Gent & Henry CUST Esq. For £600 granted lands in Ballinahonemore cont 500 acres NOTE: I didn’t see any mention of McCULLAGH

131

29

87992

Jackson, Richard

Dublin

1747 Mar 15

BUTLER 1746-1758 Image 329

Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & Humphry BUTLER of City of Dublin Gent of the other. Piece of plot on south side of Kings St. in City of Dublin late in possession of William HUDDLESTON. Containing in front 25’5’ and in rere 23’ and in depth 21’10” on which there is now erected a dwelling house bounded on the east by John BALLANGEs on the west by Widow SAURIN on the north by the Kings pavement and on south by concerns now in possession of John SWEETMAN…. For BUTLER to hold for term of 50 years for rent of £6 yearly. [It seems that Richard JACKSON has this as a sub-lease from Vicars Choral of St, Patricks].WITNESS: George Edmond HOWARD Esq.& John SWEETMAN of City of Dublin, Brewer. NOTE: Gorges Edmund HOWARD (1715-1786) was a 1st cousin once removed of Richard JACKSON (1722-1787) of Forkhill, Co. Armagh. SEE: Jacksons of Coleraine.

131

38

88025

Jackson, Henry

Dublin

1747 Mar 3

WILKINSON 1746-1758 Image 334

Deed Poll Btw Henry RIDLEY Silk thrower, City of Dublin & Margaret his wife and Henry JACKSON of the 1st pt. & Mary WILKINSON, Abraham WILKINSON, & John WILKINSON of the City of Dublin of the other pt. transfer for sum of £98.3.8  & yearly rent of £20 for house or tenement on Essex Bridge in City of Dublin where John BROOKER now lives. WITNESS: George HARRISON, City of Dublin Gent Mem WITNESS Samuel VICKERS & George HARRISON Gents.

131

204

88709

DONALDSON

Louth

 

GRAHAM to DONNALDSON 1739-1810 (TI Bk 73) Manr & Customes of Fairs

131

205

88710

BRADFORD

 

 

BRADFORD to KENNEDY

131

206

88711

BRADFORD

 

 

BRADFORD to KENNEDY

131

313

89281

Jackson, John & WIlliam

Dublin

1748 Aug 20

REED 1746-1758 Image 472

Btw William JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent eldest son and heir of Michael JACKSON of Thomas Court near the said City, Clothier.deceased & John JACKSON 3rd son of Michael JACKSON of the 1 pt & William REED of the City of Dublin Gent of the other part. Whereby William & John JACKSON transferred piece of ground on west side of Pimlico leading to the Tenterfields in the Liberty of Thomas Court containing in front 34’ and in depth 38’ formerly demised by Joseph THOMAS to Michael JACKSON also a piece of ground on west side of Pimlico bouding east to the Watercourse running by Pimlico west partly to the holdings of Widow EASTWOOD and partly to the Tenterfields north to the Watercourse of Trippiloe  south to a new lane leading from Pimlico to the Tenterfields formerly demised by Joseph THOMAS to John BILLOP also one other piece of ground in the Alley on the west side of Pimlico leading to the Tenterfields containing 34’ in front & 38’ deep formerly demised by Joseph THOMAS to John BILLOP also a piece of ground on the north side of the Mill Road or watercourse in Marrowbone Lane  in Liberty of Thomas Court  containing on front in the south 63 ½’ and in depth on the west 130’ and on the east 118’ andin  breadth in the rere 57 1/2’ formerly demised ny Jacob POOLE to Michael JACKSON with all the buildings and appurtenances for 21 year lease for yearly rent of 1 peppercorn subject to payment of £50 & interest. WITNES: Charles MEARES the younger son of Charles MEARES the Elder. SEE: Jacksons of Pimlico.

131

330

89347

McCULLAGH

Down

1748 Sep 12

McCULLAGH, David – McCULLAGH 1746-1758

David McCullagh of Magherawly, Co. Down let for £80 to William McCullagh of Muchrally, Co. Down, Gent, land formerly possessed by David McCullagh, deceased (confusing text) Arthur DOBBS & Thomas KNOX trustees for Ann ECHLIN of London (but what land?) A meeting house.

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89464

JACKSON

Queens

1739-

BAGOT-JACKSON Bk 16 Mountmellick. SEE; Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

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438

89745

WALKER

Armagh

1747 Aug 18

WALKER-GLENNY Image 536

 Ballynahonemore Between Gervaise WALKER of Kilmacrew Co. Armagh Gent & Isaac GLENNY of Savelmore, Co. Down, Gent. Lands at Ballynahonemore then in possession of Gervaise WALKER. WITNESS: George BELL of Town & Co Armagh & John CUMING of Kearney Hill, Co.. Armagh. NOTES in 2009 diary

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11

88231

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1747 May

John ESPINASSE, Sheriff of Dublin city; Esq. +Andrew MURRAY Sheriff of Dublin city; Esq. to Albert NESBITT, Rev. Clerk Dublin City, grantor  [William JACKSON, grantee]  of 4 houses in Jackson's Alley, Lib of Thomas Court Dublin city in possess'n of Joseph BROWNE, Widow DUNLAP, Henry HEPHENSON, Patrick ROURKE, John CORMISH, John MARTIN, George ROBINSON, Widow KINLY, + 4 houses in Marrowstone Lane in same place on possess'n of Abraham ROBINSON & Thomas GAMBLE + 1 house on St Mary's Abby in Dublin city in possess'n of Henry MEREDYTH Esq. + 2 houses in Petticoat lane in Dublin city in possess'n of Walter RUSSELL and William HERON. Registrar: James SAUNDERS. Witnesses: John BYRNE, Gent of Dublin City & Charles MEARES, Notary Public of Dublin City. See: Jacksons of Pimlico.

Notes thanks to Mike Stewart.

NOTE: Jackson’s Alley was in Parish of St. Catherine. It  intersected the northern end of  Pimlico and was an extension of Cole Alley.SEE: http://dublin1798.com/dublin15.htm

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12

88232

JACKSON, William and Michael

Dublin

1748 Apr 28

William JACKSON, Gent of Dublin City, for consids assigned William REED, Gent of Dublin City, plot of grnd in Abbey St in lib of Dublin city (24x82 ft] next to house built by John WHINERY late in possess'n of Samuel BAKER and of ground of Christopher TAYLOR + piece of grnd back of Abby street formerly in possess'n of Michael JACKSON from 25March last past for remainder of terms of 75 & 51 one half yrs, freed of mortgages recited. Deputy Registrar: James SAUNDERS. WITNESSES: John BYRNE, Gent of Dublin City and Charles MEARES, Notary Public of Dublin City.

Notes thanks to Mike Stewart SEE: Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Pimlico.

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62

88409

McMURRAY

Monaghan

1739-1810

 

CAMPBELL to McMURREY Cadda, Drommore (TI Bk 45)

132

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88783

GORGES

Meath

1748 Jun 20

DANIEL – GORGES Clonebreny

Lease btw John WADE otherwise DANIEL of Clonebreny Co Meath Esq eldest son and heir of Bridges DANIEL late of Newtown, Co Dublin Gent deceased and one of the administrators of Bridges DANIEL and Michael DALLY of the City of Dublin Esq of the other. & Richard GORGES of Kilbrew, Co Meath Esq. … Hamilton GORGES Esq of Dublin … (not pertinent 2013) NOTE: Capt. Hamilton GORGES (1739-1802)

132

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89123

McCULLAGH, James

Dublin and Belfast

1747 Jan 10

McCULLOCH Jas & anr to MITCHELL

Reciting James McCULLOCH, Esq. of Piedmont of 2nd part had mtg sd lands unto James ROSS, Merchant of Belfast of 1st pt for £2000 to which lands James McCULLOCH was entitled to for lives renewable forever, James ROSS with consent of James McCULLOCH assigned over sd lands to Henry MITCHELL Esq. of Dublin City for £2000 to hold for natural lives of James McCULLOCH William McCULLOCH & Thomas TIPPING, subj to redemption. Deputy Registrar: James SAUNDERS. WITNESSES: Robert CARSON, Gent of Dublin City and Robert RAY, Gent of Dublin City.

Notes thanks to Mike Stewart

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89462

McCULLAGH, Martha

Dublin

 

McCULLAGH Martha & ors to STRETTELL

Thomas TAYLOR, surviving executor of Mary TAYLOR, widow, deceased  & John FALKINER gained judgement in Exch Crt 7July1747 against Thomas TAYLOR, Esq. of Dublin City, Martha McCULLOCH, daughter and heir of Edward McCULLOCH, Thomas BERBECK, youngest son , Mary BERBECK orse McCULLOCH, deceased, widow of Edward McCULLOCH & Thomas BERBECK of Dublin & others for £425 8s. 5p., thus I auctioned mortgaged premsises: dwelling house wherein Thomas MORRES dwelt and next adjoinging house & garden plot in poss'n of John HARVEY, to Jonathon STRETTLE for £300 free of mtg, in lib of Thomas Court nr Dublin to hold for lives of several persons for ever, under yrly rent & fines mentioned. Deputy Registrar: James SAUNDERS. WITNESSES: Edward BUTLER, Gent of Dublin City and William CONNOR Clerk to Edward BUTLER.

Notes thanks to Mike Stewart

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89579

Jackson, Henry

Dublin

1745 Oct 22

RIVERS 1746-1758

Image 181.

Btw Henry JACKSON of City of Dublin shoemaker of the 1 pt & Patrick RIVERS of City of Dublin Silk Dyer of the other pt. Whereby Henry JACKSON demised a new brick house built by Henry JACKSON on the east side of Church Street City of Dublin adjoining another new house also lately built by Henry JACKSON and demised to Martha SIMPSON, widow of City of Dublin… together with a piece of ground to be enclosed with a brick or stone wall in a direct or straight line from the [corner?] of the demised house to the wall of the Stables of Dr. MARTIN containing in depth 158’. Excepting such part of ground demised to Martha SIMPSON by Henry JACKSON for egress for Patrick RIVERS for horses cars & carriages through the gateway  of the demised prmese … [more details about access] … term of 31 years, yearly rent £16.

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CLEWLEW

Down

1746-1758

CLEWLEW, James-MARTIN

James CLEWLEW, Rev. Clerk of Bangor, Co. Down to John MARTIN, farmer of Killinchy by the Woods + 1 acre of meadow lying within farm of James CLEWLEW, in total 7 acres, to hold for lives of James MARTIN, brother of John MARTIN, Samuel MARTIN, son of John MARTIN, & John MARTIN, son of John MARTIN for term f 31 years at 5s. 3p. per acre. Registrars: Charles BIRCH & E___ PRICE. WITNESSES: John LINDSAY of Tullvery, Down and Samuel MARTIN of Killinchy by the Woods, Co. DOWN.

Notes thanks to Mike Stewart.

132

412

89789

JACKSON, George

Kings

1748 Sep 24

George JACKSON of Ballyntemple, Kings Co. to Ralph SMITH  of Dromnastort [139 acres] as enjoyed by Ralph SMITH, for lives of Thomas SMITH, son of Ralph SMITH; Thomas DROUGHT, son of John DROUGHT and Ralph SMITH son of Thomas SMITH, Merchant of Dublin City at 5s 9p. Per acre rent with clause for surrender every 3 years. Deputy Registrar: James SAUNDERS. WITNESSES: William SMITH, Gent of Rathinane Tipperary and Hugh RAYNOLDS, Gent of Ballyspottan., Tipperary.

Notes thanks to Mike Stewart.

133

80

89317

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1748 Mar 28

McCULLOCH William to McCARTNEY

William McCULLOCH, intended groom £500 portion from Charles McCARTNEY, merchant, uncle to Alice COLEMAN, spinster. Deputy Registrar: James SAUNDERS. WITNESSES: James McCULLOCK, Esq. of Piedmont; Elinor TRIDELL, then of Dublin, Margaret McCULLOCH, Spinster, then of Dublin & James GALLOWAY, Yeoman of Dublin City.

Notes thanks to Mike Stewart.

133

294

91084

BARTLEY

Monaghan

1738 May 4

NAMES: George BARKLY aka BARTLEY of Lossit; James WILLSON of Ballybay; Agnes WILLSON aka Nancy WILLSON of Lossit and Dunremon akak Dunrimond aka Dunraymond; Timothy SLOAN of Creevagh; John HARRIS of Caddagh; Murray KATHRENS.

133

298

91123

 

Monaghan

1739-1810

KER-BLAKE Book 45 (1739-1810)

For consids Margaret KERR, spinster, heir & only dau of John KERR, Gent Late of Dublin city, Dec`d, grand dau & heir of Andrew KERR, Gent, late of Newcastle, Meath, dec`d toGeorge BLAKE, Rev. Clerke of Dublin & Thomas VERNER, Gent of Dublin City  of Drumskett, half tate of Drumfaliaght (?) & water mill, Shaninagh & water mill, half tate of Lisgoran Cumrye Edinforan Courillin Co. Monaghan 500 years + Newcastle Lurganstown Mullaghbeg Upper & Lower Rath and Cordory Co. Meath for 500 yrs provided leases for same are renewed, upon trust for purposes mentioned. Deputy Registrar: James SAUNDERS. WITNESSES: William NESBITT, Gent of Dublin City; Michael REILLY, servant to Thomas VERNER & William LEWIS.

Notes thanks to Mike Stewart.

133

452

92455

Jackson, John

Wicklow

1749 Aug 3

COOGAN 1746-1758

John JACKSON of Kilmorey Co. Wicklow farmer demised to Bryan COOGAN of Knockball [NOTE: Could this be Knockbawn, Parish of Old Leighland, Barony Idrone West?]  Co. Catherlow [Carlow]…. Lands of Williamstown held by Dennis NEILE a sample man held in [Parish Rathvilly]  Barony Rathvilly, Co. Carlow rent of 10s/acre WITNESS Daniel CULLEN of Doronin & Joseph JACKSON of Killmorey both in Co Wicklow, farmers.

134

174

90484

OLIVER, Jane

Dublin

1748 Dec 7

OLIVER, Jane - BARTON 1746-1758 Notes in 2009 diary 1746-1758

Between Joan SILVER of City of Dublin widow of 1st part & Jane OLIVER of City of Dublin of 2nd part & George BARTON the younger of Higginstown, Co. Kilkenny, Gent of 3rd part ... lands of Higginstown for lives of G. BARTON & wife, Elizabeth .. also Mary HADDOCK, spinster .. re earlier lease by Francis HAYDOKE, widow.

134

179

90509

COULTER

Louth

1748 Feb 14

COULTER, Charles & KYLE Notes in 2009 diary 1746-1758

NAMES: Charles COULTER of Carrickastuck; Mary COULTER otherwise McEVERS; Thomas McEVERS of Dublin; Nicodemus McEVERS of Dublin; Elizabeth KYLE of Dublin; Townet SMITH; William HERON of Dublin; William THOMAS of Dublin.

134

207

906

HARTIGAN

Dublin

1748 Dec 10

HARTIGAN-OWEN Notes in 2009 diary

Between Edward HARTIGAN of City of Dublin, Apothocary & Ann HERON of City of Dublin spinster, daughter of William HERON of City of Dublin (marriage between Edward HARTIGAN & Ann HERON) .. £300 ... Edward HARTIGAN ... late wife Jane HARTIGAN (had issue) ... WITNESS: Luke HERON, son of William HERON & John GARDINER, City of Dublin, Gent. Robert STAFFORD, City of Dublin, Gent.

135

182

90948

Jackson, Samuel

Down

1748 Jan 18

MAXWELL 1746-1758 Image 100

Btw Samuel JACKSON of Ringcreevey [Parish Comber, Barony Castlereagh Lower], Co Down farmer of 1 pt & William MAXWELL & James MAXWELL, both of Cattoge, Co. Down Gents of the other.Whereby Samuel JACKSON in consid of £130 pd to him granted to William & James MAXWELL lands of Ringcreeveywhich JACKSON was entitled to by a lease from Robert COLVILLE Esq deceased to Samuel JACKSON, Hugh Mc CREA since deceased and Samuel ROBINSON dated 2 Nov 1724.for lives of John ROBINSON then aged abt 22 years, William JACKSON then aged about 18 years & John KENNEDY since deceased aged abt 8 years…. John ROBINSON & William JACKSON surviving lives … in presence of Hugh JACKSON of Ballyclough [Parish of Killinchy or Holywood?] Land Surveyor, & Patrick SAVAGE of Stfield [Saintfield] Co Down. SEE: JACKSONs of Co. Down

135

210

91071

PIPPARD

Dublin

1749 Apr 23

PIPPARD, John Esq. & PIPPARD, Thomas, Gent, Lease & release. Dublin new brick houses in North & South Quays. Will names: Thomas PIPPARD & Thomas SHANLY, Dublin. Other names: Hon Lt. Gen Robert NAPIER (deceased); Ann NAPIER (widow & executrix) & William NAPIER (eldest son & heir); Francis LEIGH Esq. Drogheda.. nickred

135

329

91616

Jackson, Dorothy

Armagh

1745 Oct 1

COOPER 1746-1758

Btw John BALL of Three Castles, Co. Kilkenny Esq. & Dorothy BALL otherwise JACKSON his wife of 1st pt & William COOPER of City of Dublin Esq Dr of Laws of 2nd pt & Edmund SHANLEY of City of Dublin Gent of 3rd pt. John BALL sold to William COOPER Five Castles, 400 messuages, 600 cottages, 300 Tofts, 200 Gardens, 3 Mills 10 Pigeon Houses, 40 orchards, 1,000 acres of land, 500 acres of meadow, 2,000 acres of Pasture, 100 acres of wood & Underwood, 200 acres of Turf & Heath, & 200 acres of Moor & Marsh.in [list of townlands] Co Armagh. NOTE: Dorothy JACKSON (1696-1760). SEE: Jacksons of Coleraine.

135

398

91958

DAWSON, Richard & Walter

 

Limerick

Dublin

1749 Aug 3

DAWSON-VILLIER 1746-1758

Richard DAWSON & Walter DAWSON both of City of Dublin... * Richard VILLIERs of Killpekan, Co. Limerick ... lands of Ballyreagan otherwise Ballereggin otherwise Ballynegane Barony of Poblebrien, Co. Limerick....

135

416

92044

REED

Armagh

Monaghan

1740 Dec 29

REED-WRIGHT Notes in 2009 diary Lettmicollin, Letvicullen Deed of partition 1739-1810

Between Mary REED, William WRIGHT & Rose WRIGHT (otherwise REED) his wife in Letvicullen. Mary WRIGHT divided and gave to William & Rose ½ of townland & ½ houses ... lives renewable forever having descended to them the said Mary REED & Rose REED, daughters & co-heirs of John REED, deceased ... all lands in Co. Armagh. WITNESS: Arnold MATTHEW of Newtowncorry, Co. Monaghan, Gent & Thomas JAMESON of TanMcEnaly, C. Monaghan, famer. Thomas CRAWFORD of Monaghan in Co. Cavan  (NOTE: It actually said Monaghan in Co. Cavan )

135

417

92045

REED

Monaghan

1748 Jan 26

& 27

REED-CRAWFORD Notes in 2009 diary1739-1810 Lettmicollin, Monage,

Mary REED of Monage,Co. Monaghan & John CRAWFORD of same, Farmer... recites lease by John GRAHAM to John REED letvicullen....

135

535

92034

CLEWLEW

 

1746-1758

CLEWLEW, James-CLELLAND Wrong number Try book 136

135

554

93081

Jackson, Richard

Dublin

Kilkenny

1749 Nov 28

WARREN 1746-1758 Image 288

Btw Richard JACKSON Esq of City of Dublin son & heir of Richard JACKSON Esq. late of City of Dublin of 1st pt & John BALL of Three Castles Esq Co Kilkenny of 2nd pt & Abel WARREN of Lowhill, CO. Kilkenny. Reciting deed of 1730 Feb 23 btw John BALL of 1st pt and his wife Dorothy JACKSON of 2nd pt & Richard JACKSON father of the above-mentioned  Richard JACKSON of the 3rd pt whereby John BALL in consideration of £1,000 pd by Richard JACKSON the father …. NOTE: Richard JACKSON (1673-1730) late of Dublin & Richard JACKSON (1722-1787) of Forkhill Lodge -  a 1st cousin of Dorothy JACKSON. SEE: Jacksons of Coleraine.

136

203

91082

RUTHERFORD

Monaghan

1739-1810

RUTHERFORD to HARRIS Cadagh (TI Bk 45)

136

321

91520

Jackson, Margaret

Waterford

Dublin

1749 May 11

ROBBINS 1746-1758 Image 477

Marriage Arts

Btw Thomas BOYCE of Ballymadden Co. Wexford Esq. of 1st pt. Esq. & Margaret JACKSON, spinster of City of Waterford,  of 2nd part & Joseph ROBBINS Esq. of City of Dublin Esq. Robert CAREW of City of Waterford Gent. of 3d pt….. £1.500 marriage portion … secured by a long list of townlands

137

328

93507

Jackson, Richard

Dublin

Galway

1748 Feb 15

CONGREVE 1746-1758 Image 170

Btw Richard JACKSON, City of Dublin, Esq & Grand-nephew & heir at law of John EYRE late of Eyre Court., Co. Galway Esq. Deceased… townland of Annaccalla, Barony Longford, Co. Galway. Also a dwelling house on west side of Dawson Street, City of Dublin wherin Matthew FORD lately dwelt. Built by William WILD containing 19’ in breadth, on Dawson St, , 25’, in depth from front to rere 220’adjoining on east to Dawson Street, on west to lane and waste land belonging to WILD and to the north to a house owned by John DAWSON Esq. & on south to anouther house owned by William WILD together with the Coach House and Stable behind the said dwelling house   NOTE: Francis EYRE (1708-?) of Eyre Court was wife of William JACKSON (1695-1744) John EYRE, uncle of Francis EYRE, died 1745, therefore this Richard JACKSON is likely Sir Richard JACKSON (aft 1729-1789)  SEE: Jacksons of Coleraine.

137

377

98711

Jackson, Dorcas

Sligo

1749 Jun 24

DUKE 1746-1758 Image 194

Btw Dorcas JACKSON of Sligo in Co. Sligo, Widow of 1 pt & Robert DUKE of Cordowy, Co. Sligo, farmer

137

411

93848

Jackson, Nathaniel & Richard

Queens

Dublin

1749 Feb 10

MAGENIS 1746-1758

Richard MAGENIS of City of Dublin Gent, & Nathaniel JACKSON, of Mountmellick, Queens Co. & Richard JACKSON his eldest son… lands of Drinagh Garoon. SEE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

137

424

93911

LESLIE

Monaghan

1749 Feb 21 & 22

1748 Feb 23

LESLIE & son -HAMILTON Notes in 2009 diary Book 45 (1739-1810) Laragh

Between Rev. Peter LESLIE of Galgorm, Co. Leitrim & Rev. Henry LEASLIE clerk & eldst son of Peter LESLIE & Robert HAMILTON of Dublin, Esq – transfer of a dozen or so townlands:

Derryvolla; Derrynelubena; Corkeerin; Corfad; Monduleeka; Drummare; Corbreck; Lissance; Knappagh; Drumratusk; Cornemuckglass als; Ballybea with Fairs and Markets; Terrygraham; Clogher; Laragh; Eadudeen; Carnehoa; Toneglassan; Drainlavan; Drumlyon; Gryagh; Aghnaboy; Corbrenan; Corrucknereagh; Drumgnoll; Knockavaddy; Drummore with two mills; Derrynelummy; Drumboe in Barony of Cremorne, Edergoole & Tullymakenally … Barony of Darberry or elsewhere in Monaghan

WITNESS Samuel WALLACE, City of Dublin, Gent & James MASKLIN

137

434

9397

 

Monaghan

1739-1810

LESLIE-HAMILTON Book 45 (1739-1810) Corfad

 Wrong #s. Try Bk 136

137

459

94057

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1749 Mar 6

Walter JONES – JACKSON

William JONES of Dolphins Barn, Co Dublin, Ale draper & William JACKSON of the same place grocer. Land to JACKSON bounded on the east by James ANDERSONs holding, on the west and north to Christopher KERNANNs holding  and on the South by Kings Rd. for 99 years for rent of 4 pounds. SEE: Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff - Descendants.

137

491

94157

OLIVER, Robert

Limerick

1736 Jun 12

OLIVER, Robert - MOORE 1746-1758 Notes in 2009 diary 1746-1758

Robert OLIVER of Clondory, Co. Limerick, Esq. & Susanna OLIVER als KNIGHT, his wife of 1st part. Robert OLIVER jr. Esq. Eldest son of 2nd part. Stephen MOORE of Kilworth, Co. COrke, Esq. (long deed-not pertinent)

138

46

92148

JACKSON, Martha

Dublin

1749 Sep 6

KAVENAGH 1746-1758 Image 30

Assignment of Mtg from John COOPER Town of Carlow, Co. Carlow Esq.  to Martha JACKSON of City of Dublin widow of a piece of groundon West side of Stephens Green, City of Dublin & all houses and improvements for remainder of term of 21 years.reciting from William ASTON Merchant to Peter COMBERCROFT  assigned to Gerald KAVENAGH Coachmaker of City of Dublin reference Book 128 page 28 Number 86904 WITNESS: Elizabeth JACKSON sister-in-law to Martha JACKSON

 & William DUVALL Public Notary.

138

540

94964

DAWSON, Richard & Walter

 

1746-1758

DAWSON, Walter – BAILIE 1746-1758

139

53

95011

JACKSON

Sligo

 

JACKSON couldn’t find- possibly of Sligo see beneath. 139-458-95012 or 139-536-96011

139

76

93011

DAWSON

Fermanagh

1746-1758

DAWSON, Richard-CRAWFORD

Richard DAWSON lands in Fermanagh

139

188

93680

BAILIE

Monaghan

1748 Oct 2

Lord BLAYNEY to BAILIE  1739-1810 (TI Bk 45) Drumore

William BALIIE of Lurganmore, farmer… 211 acres Drumore except 1/3 now possed by Andrew BAILY being then in possession of William BAILY for term of 31 years or lives of Alexander BAILY eldest son of William BAILY, Elanor BAILY 2nd daughter of William BAILY & John PATTERSON youngest son of William PATTERSON then of Drumgaloin,. WITNESS: William CRAWLEY & Brabazon NOBLE.

139

190

93684

BAILIE

Monaghan

1749 Feb 6

BAILIE to HAMILTON 1739-1810 (TI Bk 45) Drumore

Btw William BAILIE of Lurganmore Co Monaghanof 1 pt & James HAMILTON of Town & Co Monaghan Gent of the other… lands of Tullyharnett Parish of Mucknow Co Monaghan

139

445

94930

Jackson, Henry

Meath

Monaghan

1750 Apr 30

DUNLOP 1746-1758 Image 546

Btw Henry JACKSON of Lisnabow, Co. Meath Gent of 1 pt & William DUNLOP of Ballybea, Co Monaghan of the other pt. For £228 pd to JACKSON by DUNLOP, transfer part of the 16 poles of Ballynaticknuff containing abt 152 acres in Barony of Kells, Co. Meath together with all buildings and improvements for natural lives of Henry JACKSON & Hugh JACKSON eldest son & James JACKSON youngest son of Henry JACKSON. Wm DUNLOP agreed by an endorsement on the mortgage his name was made use of therin in trust fot Hugh JACKSON of Ballybea of Monaghan.Merchant WITNESS: Brabazon NOBLE of town & Co Monaghan  Gent & David MARSHALL of the same Inn Keeper. SEE: Jacksons of Lisnaboe  and Lisnaboe documents

139

458

95012

JACKSON, Dorcas

Sligo

1750, May31

JACKSON to McDONAGH

Dorcas JACKSON of Sligo, Co Sligo and Luke McDONAGH & Mathew McDONAGH both of Ardsallagh [Co Sligo?] Dorcas JACKSON demised all the lands of Carrow McLennany , Barony of Corran , Co Sligo for a 21 year lease.

139

536

96011

JACKSON

Armagh

1750 Sep 6

Richard MAGNENIS to JACKSON

Tripartite deed James WIGLEY of Scraploft in Co Leicester, Great Britain;, nephew and devisee of Andrew NOELLATE of Scraploft, of 1st pt & Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. of 2nd pt & Richard MAGINNES of City of Dublin of 3rd pt WIGLEY demised to Richard JACKSON all that Manor of Stonebridge otherwise Forkhill and lands of Loghill otherwise Lawhill otherwise Laughill otherwise Loughill… other names incl Carrickisticken all in Barony of Orier Co Armagh [none pertinent 2016].. WITNESS Timothy WALDO of Salter Hall, London Gent. Thomas DAY of Fleet St London Gent. Jane WIGLEY.

140

125

93373

BAILIE

 

1746-1751

ANGLESEY, Earl-BAILIE

140

163

93666

OLIVER, George

Waterford

1749 Dec 4

OLIVER, George - CUNNINGHAM 1746-1758

140

256

94586

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

Londonderry

1750 May 5

WHYTE 1746-1758 Image 136

Btw Hamilton GORGES City of Dublin Esq. of 1st pt & Rt Honorable Marcus Earl of Tyrone of the 2nd pt; Mark WHYTE of the City of Dublin Esq. of the 3rd pt. & Richard JACKSON of Coleraine, Co. Londonderry Esq. of the 4th pt…. reciting whereby Hamilton GORGES at the request of and by and with the consent of the Earl of Tyrone & Richard JACKSON transferred to Mark WHYTE townland Ballymadagan, Drumnaquill, Donbalycarn, Ringressbogg, Ringresmore, Artecleave the Lower & Altabreen Co Londonderry and all other hereditaments of William JACKSON hereafter named for term of 500 years then unexpired by virtue of a deed dated 13 Oct 1729 btw William JACKSON Esq of Coleraine of 1 pt and Richard JACKSON Esq of City of Dublin since deceased of other pt. … this is a memorial of that deed WITNESS: Edward STORLING of City of Dublin Esq & his clerk James WHITE.  Signed by Richard JACKSON.  NOTE: Hamilton GORGES (1712-?) was a nephew of Elizabeth GORGES (1645-1747) wife of William JACKSON (1665-1712). Their son was a William JACKSON (1695-1744) – likely the signatory to the recited deed of 1729. Both William JACKSONs and Hamilton GORGES were related to both of the Richard JACKSONs mentioned. See: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

140

475

96085

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

Armagh

1750, Sept 14

JACKSON to LENNOX

Richard JACKSON of the City of Dublin Esq.  Of the one part and Wm. LENNOX of City of Dublin Esq. Gent For the sum of £5,000 - Literally dozens of townlands in the Barony of Orier, Co Armagh were transfered [too many names and variants of names to list]

140

504

96265

JACKSON, Richard

Antrim

Dublin

1750 Aug 17

CROMIE 1746-1758 Image 272

btw Hon Michael WARD Esq on of the trustees & Justices of the Court of Kings bench & Hugh BOYD lately of Drumawillin but now of Ballycastle Co. Antrim last surviving executor of Richard JACKSON Esq late of City of Dublin deceased, & Alexander McAULEY Esq. of City of Dublin only son and heir of Alexander McAULEY Esq.  deceased of Drumnagesson, Co Antrim and Mary CROMBIE widow & Relict of Andrew CROMBIE  late of City of Dublin, merchant, deceased of the other pt. and the release made btw Michael WAR, Hugh BOYD and Richard JACKSON only son and residual legatee of Richard JACKSON of the 1st pt Alexander McAULEY of the 2nd pt & Mary CROMBIE of the 3rd pt.whereby the said Michael WARD, Hugh BOYD and Alexander McAULEY for consideration mentioned granted to Mary CROMBIE 2 quarter lands of Ballyhomes [townland in Parish Dunluce, 516a), the quarter land of Drumcrotagh (In Parish of Derrykeighan, 252a), the quarter land of Maghreboy (parish Kilraghts), the quarter land of Carnaff (Parish of Derrykeighan, 268a), the quarter land of Lisnabragh (Parish of Derrykeighan 188a), the quarter land of Ballybullion (Parish ?), and the two quarter lands of Brachoghs (possibly Breckagh, Parish of Ballymoney) all situate in Barony of Dunluce, Co. Antrim & the quarter land of Drumnegesson (Parish of Ballintoy, 349a), the quarter land of Drumnagee (Parish of Ballintoy, 229a), the two quarter lands of Ballyboys (Parish ?) Barony of Cary, Co. Antrim. WITNESS: Richard MAGENNIS & Andrew MATTHEWS both of City of Dublin, Gents.Memorial by Hugh BOYD  WITNESS: Richard MAGENNIS & Samuel WALLACE City of Dublin Gent & release Richard JACKSON and Alexander McAULEY WITNESS: Richard MAGENNIS & Samuel WALLACE. NOTE: These townlands are clustered in the upper north-western part of Antrim, bordering on Coleraine in Co. Londonderry. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.Hugh BOYD (1690-1765) was a brother of Elizabeth BOYD, wife of Richard JACKSON (1673-1730) of Dublin. Richard JACKSON (1722-1765) was likely their only surviving son at this time. He was the Richard JACKSON of Forkhill Lodge, Co. Armagh.

141

165

94841

 

Donegall

 

THOMPSON, Andrew-DOBBIN

Marriage arts Elizabeth DOBBIN & Andrew THOMPSON .. lands in Co. Donegall.

141

166

94842

 

 

 

THOMPSON, Andrew-DOBBIN

See above

141

338

95707

JACKSON, William

Cork

1749 Jul 14

KELLETT1746-1758

Deed of Release btw John SMITH & John SHERIDAN both of City of Dublin Esqs. Trustees and executors of the will of Rev. Dr. Thos SHERIDAN late of City of Dublin deceased & Richard SHERIDAN eldest son & heir of this Thomas SHERIDAN of the 1st pt. The Rev. William JACKSON of Rocksavage, Co. Corke the sole executor of the will of Elizabeth JACKSON deceased late of said City, widow who was sole executor of Rev. William JACKSON Clk deceased late Prebendary of the Parish of St, John the Evangelist in the said City of the 2nd pt. Elizabeth KELLETT of Cornesk, Co. Cavan widow of the 3rd pt. Patrick BRADY of City of Dublin Gent of 4th pt.  …. Sold to Elizabeth KELLET the lands of Enugh otherwise Enagh 67 acres r roods 27 perches in Co Cavan

141

339

95719

JACKSON, David

Kildare

1749 Sep 25

QUIN-JACKSON

Thomas QUIN of Hutton Read otherwise Quinsborough, Co. Kildare Esq. demised to Thomas JACKSON of Hutton Read otherwise Quinsborough, Gent. The Mansion House of Hutton Read otherwise Quinsborough wherein Thomas QUIN now dwells and also the Demesne lands belonging containing abt 33 acres Plantation measure bounded on the south by the Great Road leading from Dublin to Naas to be held by David JACKSON for 41 years for yearly rent of 18 pounds 5s 4 1/2p. WITNESS: Penelope MEDLICOTT of Hutton Read spinster & Daniel DOWLING of Boughloan Queens Co , farmer. NOTE: Quinsborough is a townland in Parish Oughterard, Barony of South Salt, in Co. Kildare, Ireland. It includes 158 acres and the townland of Blackhill is on its northern border on the other side of Naas Road (SEE: Nov 28, 1719, ROD: 25-145-14415 Robert JACKSON of Blackhill, Co. Kildare, brother of John JACKSON and Henry JACKSON).. It is also just north of Monasterevin, a place where a line of JACKSONs resided. For context see: JACKSONs of Kildare. NOTE: There may be a connection to the marriage in 1726 of Elizabeth JACKSON & John QUINN.

141

340

95720

JACKSON, David

Kildare

1749 Sep 25

JACKSON-QUIN1746-1758

A memorial of a deed poll 1749 Sep 25 whereby Thomas QUIN of Quinsborough, Co Kildare Esq demised to David JACKSON of Quinsborough, Co. Kildare Gent, the house & demesnes of Quinsborough containing abt 33a Plantation measure for the term of 41 years and that the said Demise was the sum added to him in trust for the sole separate use of Mary QUIN now wife of the said Thomas QUIN… WITNESS: Penelope MEDLICOTT spinster of Quinsborogh & Daniel DOWLING of Boughloan Queens Co, farmer. NOTE: Quinsborough is a townland in Parish Oughterard, Barony of South Salt, in Co. Kildare, Ireland. It includes 158 acres and the townland of Blackhill is on its northern border on the other side of Naas Road  (SEE: Nov 28, 1719, ROD: 25-145-14415 Robert JACKSON of Blackhill, Co. Kildare, brother of John JACKSON and Henry JACKSON).. It is also just north of Monasterevin, a place where a line of JACKSONs resided. For context see: JACKSONs of Kildare. NOTE: There may be a connection to the marriage in 1726 of Elizabeth JACKSON & John QUINN.

141

344

95740

SCOTT

Armagh

1750 Aug 1

 Btw John SCOTT of Armagh & Mary SCOTT his wife. Richard SCOTT of Umgola eldest son of  sd John SCOTT by sd Mary & John SCOTT of Armagh 2nd and youngest son of 1st part. Andrew KNIGHT of Killcumber Co. Monaghan Gent of other pt.  for sum of 470 pounds pd to Mary Richard & John SCOTT granted lands of Corcummins & the corn mill with the toll grist and one half of the fourth part of the bog of Correskea… purchase made in trust for sole use of Rev. Dr James KNIGHT sen fellow of Trinity College Dublin.

141

428

96061

JACKSON, Thomas

Down

1747  Mar 1

JACKSON-JACKSON Balreagan

A Memorial of an indenture of a lease bering date the first day of March one thousd seven hundred & forty seven made between Thomas JACKSON of Ballyreagan in the Parish of Dundonald, Co. of Down, Gent of the one part and James JACKSON for the consideration therein did Grant Bargain Assigh &Sell Alien [Infeof] and Confiirm unto the said James JACKSON all that upper side of the Croft from the new Ditch to the House all the Potatoe Park & the one half of the Forthhill lying next to James BROWN’S house & all the rest of the farm excepting  Tenderes lying next to John GREEN’S farm & HUTCHESON’S  Set in the Townlands of Ballyregan parish of Dundonnell & Co. aforesaid According as the same was then meared and bounded & possessed by sd Thomas Jackson with the appurts To Hold to ye sd James Jackson his Heirs and Assigns to the only proper use & behoof of sd James JACKSON his heirs & assigns & forever at & under the yearly rent of seven pounds sterling besides duties which the sum of three pounds sterling pd ten sillings at the Expiration of every one & twenty years by way of relief over and above the yearly rent thereby receivedwhich sadi indenture of lease witnessed by John GLENHOLME of Ballymascain & Parish of Dundonald Gent & Robert ADAIR & Alexander HAMILTON of Ballyregan aforesaid Gent. This Memorial is witnessed by the said Robert ADAIR & Henry JOY of Belfast in the Co. of Antrim Printer James JACKSON sealed… sworn before me this 28th day of August 1750 at Belfast in the Co. Antrim by virtue of a Commission to me directed and I know the deponant Robert WILLS- witnesses present George MACARTNEY. Ar Byrtt SEE: Jacksons of Co. Down.

141

428

96061

JACKSON

Down

1747 Mar 1

Bt Thomas JACKSON of Ballyreagon, Parish of Dundonald  Gent & James JACKSON son to Thomas of the other part ...description of land transferred…that upperside of the croft from the new ditch to the house all the potato park and one half of the fourth hill lying next to James BROWNs house & all the rest of the farm above excepting  timbers lying next to John GREENs farm & HUTCHESONs situated in the townlands of Ballyreagan , Parish of Dundonald… meared and bounded and possessed by Thomas JACKSON hold to James JACKSON  under yearly rent of 7 pounds sterling  at the expiration of every 21 years over and above the yearly rent. WITNESS: John GRENHOLME of Ballymascaines, Parish of Dundonald, Gent Robert ADAIR and Alexander HAMILTON both of Ballyreagan WITNESS; Robert ADAIR & Henry JOY of Belfast, Co. Antrim Printer.   NOTE: This was a reference included in Groves Manuscripts at PRONI T808/1. I should have made more notes about the actual land. SEE: Jacksons of Co. Down.

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JACKSON, Thomas

Down

1748 Feb 5

TODD-JACKSON ***1745-1750

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts

... Andrew TODD of Carricknaveagh otherwise Toddstown, Parish Kileny, Co. Down. Linendraper.for consideration to John GIBSON of Ballymacarrett, Co Down, Farmer... land within the townland of Ballyreagan formerly possessed by John DENHAM ... within townland formerly possessed by Robert JACKSON... lands by indenture bearing date  Nov 1, 1677 were demised by James ROSSE of Portavoe in Co Down to John JACKSON of Ballyreagan aforesaid conveyed by John JACKSON to Thomas JACKSON and by said Thomas JACKSON reconveyed  to John JACKSON and then by John JACKSON to his son Joseph JACKSON and by said Joseph conveyed to Robert MAGEE in trust for Joseph’s wife, Grizel, dau of Robert MAGEE & then to John JACKSON their son [aka in-law] Hugh REED, Elizabeth his wife daughter of said Grizel & John....

Additions: John DENHAM & all that fell within townland formerly possessed by Robert JACKSON. With the reversion & Reversions [??] rents and services of the same lands by indenture bearing date Nov 1, 1677. SEE: Jacksons of Co. Down.

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JACKSON, Daniel

Dublin

1748 Mar 6

ROURKE1746-1758

Rev Daniel JACKSON of Tullamore of 1st pt & Simon ROURKE of City of Dublin, Linen Draper. JACKSON demised house known as The Sign of the Holy Lamb on south side of High Street Dublin… descry incl on south backhouse of Daniel JACKSON. SEE: JACKSONs of Santry

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JACKSON

Londonderrry

1750 May 5

Earl of Tyrone-JACKSON1739-1810

Honorable Marcus Earl of Tyrone granted [long list of townlands] in Clothworkers Manor to Richard JACKSON of Coleraine. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

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JACKSON, Dorcas

Sligo

1749 May 6

McDONAGH 1746-1758

Dorcas JACKSON of Sligo, widow… lands of Tinaghroe, Barony Conan, Co Sligo

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JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1750 May 8

THORNE 1746-1758

BTW Henry RIDLEY of City of Dublin, Silk Trowster & Margaret his wife & Henry JACKSON Sword Cutler transferred to Francis THORNE a house on Essex Bridge, City of Dublin

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Jackson, Daniel

Kings

1744 Nov 27

WALLEN1746-1758

Transfer of lands in Tullamore

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Monaghan

1739-1810

Lord Massarene-VERNER Book 45 (1739-1810) Corduflles

 

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JACKSON, Dorcas

Sligo

1746-1758

McDONAGH

See ROD 142-60-94632

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DAWSON

Dublin

1750 Jul 9

DAWSON, John-KIRKPATRICK 1746-1758

BTW John Dawson of Dublin, Banker & Martin  KIRKPATRICK, matchmaker of Dublin… land on North side of Stephens Green St Dublin… description of holding

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