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This is a long document - some 270 plus pages. My main focus is on the memorials with JACKSON family links. For some of my notes, I am deeply indebted to the volunteer transcribers who upload their notes to Nick Reddan's Deeds Index Project. NOTE: These notes will be added to as I do more work in this area.
Sharon Oddie Brown. July 24, 2018

 

2018 Notes on Dublin Deeds – Books 1-150. 1709-1725

 

BK

Pg

Mem

Surname

County

Date

Notes

 

1

20

11

GRATTON

Dublin

Westmeath

1708

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

 

1

101

59

BROWNE

Dublin

Meath

1708

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

 

1

112

66

McCULLAGH

Antrim

Dublin

1708 Jun 12

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

 

1

131

78

PIPPARD

Dublin

1708  Aug 2

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

 

1

133

79

PIPPARD

Dublin

Meath

1708  Aug 2

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

 

1

190

116

BARTON

Dublin

1708 Apr 2

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

 

1

191

117

JACKSON, Robert

Dublin &  Queens Co

1708 Sep 26

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

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

 

1

193

118

BARTON

Dublin

1708 Apr 3

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

 

1

240

146

ROWLEY, Catherine

Londonderry

1707 Jan 15

Image 142

BTW Mary ROWLEY of Calmore Co. Londonderry, Widow & sole exeutrix of Hugh ROWLEY of Calmore Co. Londonderry deceased. Hugh ROWLEY of Westbalstown Co. Dublin Esq., Anne HALL, Elizabeth ROWLEY, Sarah ROWLEY, Ketherine ROWLEY, Rowley HILL. Edward HALL & Samuel HILL esq of the 1 pt Hercules ROWLEY of the City of Dublin Esq of the other pt. ‘’’ list of lands in Westmeath

 

1

379

228

JACKSON, Robert

Dublin

1708 Dec 18

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

 

2

44

250

JACKSON, George & Dorcus & Jane

Dublin

1708 Jan 11

ATKINSON-WINTERBOTAM

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

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

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

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

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

See: Jackson of Pimlico.

 

2

46

251

JACKSON, Robert

Dublin

1708 Jan 12

DODDERIDGE-JACKSON

Between Jonathon DODDRIDGE of the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore, Co. Dublin, Brewer & Mary BROOKS als DODDRIDGE wife of the said Jonathon exec of Thomas BROOKS, Tanner late of the aforesaid Liberty & whereas DODDRIDGE assigned to Robert JACKSON of Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore  the lands formerly in possession of Thomas BROOKS on the other side of the river on Crooked Staff in the Liberty of Donore with a Tanyard  and Tanfatts thereunto belonging as also a tan house and dwelling house for £81.4.0 ...  & JACKSON Robert Tanner Thomas Court, Donore, DUB Mortgage WITNESS: Francis CHARRIER of City of Dublin, Gent.

He is likely related to the JACKSONs of St. Catherine’s Church, Dublin.

 

2

55

259

BROWNE

Dublin

1708-1729

BROWNE, Bernard-STEELE

 

2

64

268

PIPPARD

Dublin

1708  Jan 26

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

 

2

89

296

BLACKWOOD

Down

1708 Oct 28

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

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

 

2

119

320

GARSTIN

Dublin

Westmeath

1708 Jan 24

LEIGH-GARSTIN

Image 460

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

 

2

126

328

HAMILTON

Armagh

1708 Sept 1

CAMPBELL-GRAHAM Outlack als

Outlarkon, B Fews

Image 464

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

 

2

136

336

PIPPARD

Dublin

1708 Feb 26

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

 

2

145

340

SALE, John

Dublin

1708 Feb 28

Witness: John SALE of Dublin City

 

2

228

425

DAWSON

Dublin

1708 Dec 9

DAWSON, Ephriam-BROWN1708-1729

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

 

2

262

447

PIPPARD

Dublin

1709  May 19

PEPPARD, Jacob. Esq. Dublin City Conveyance. MOS

 

2

344

496

PIPPARD

Dublin

1709 Jun 15

PEPPARD. James L&R MOS

 

2

396

529

PIPPARD

Dublin

1709 Jul 4.

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

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

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

 

2

471

574

PIPPARD

Dublin

1709 Jul 26

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

 

2

521

607

GILLMER

Dublin

1709 Aug 13

Image 688

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

 

2

536

616

JACKSON

Dublin

1709 Aug  20

BAGOT-GILL

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

 

2

574

640

McCULLAGH, James

Dublin

1709 Jul 23

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

 

2

575

641

McCULLAGH, James

Dublin

1709 Sep 3

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

 

3

369

1076

DAWSON

Dublin

1709 Mar 22

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

 

3

370

1077

JACKSON, Isaac

Kildare

1709 Feb 3

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

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

 

3

478

1277

Jackson, Robert

Dublin

1710 Jun 6

DODDRIDGE-JACKSON

Assignment. Reciting an earlier deed of October 3, 1698

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

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

 

4

48

712

JACKSON, Jonathon

Dublin

1709 Oct 1

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

 

4

197

865

SALE, John

Dublin

1709 Dec 22

Image 112

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

 

4

215

889

SALE, Harvey

Dublin

Wicklow

1709 Jan 11

Image 121

Morley SAUNDERS … WITNESS: Harvey SALE of Dublin, Gent.

 

4

366

1032

JACKSON, Bele

Dublin

1709 Dec 24

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

 

4

472

1172

JACKSON, Daniel

Dublin

1709 Jan 2

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

 

5

121

1417

PIPPARD

Dublin

1710 Aug 9

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

 

5

404

2174

PIPPARD

Drogheda

1711 Jun 22

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

 

5

431

2417

OLIVER

Dublin

1711 Oct 15

OLIVER-Eliz  JACKSON

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

 

6

57

1407

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1710 Aug 27

TAYLOR-JACKSON

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

Thanks to Michael Stewart for notes.

 

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244

2065

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1708 Jun 22

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

 

6

247

2068

JACKSON, John & wife

Dublin & Louth

1710, March 8

JACKSON-MEAGHER & ors Book Index 1708-1729

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

More detail from Michael Stewart:

Note: This ties into the Santry JACKSONs.

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

Thomas Amory was now in possession of Lot 60, Oxmantown Green, Dublin, lands, house garden in Finglass town, now vested in John JACKSON, bound on West by Unnamed DILLON of Kippocks lands. Corpus Christi Fraternity, Master & Warden Brothers & assistants referenced as assignee in 1667 Sept 28 deed. WITNESSES: James GRATTEN, Doctor of Physik, Dublin City; William WHITEING, Gent, Dublin City; John GRATTEN.

 

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270

2117

PIPPARD

Dublin

1711 Jun 9

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

 

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368

2285

PIPPARD

Queens

1711 Aug 9&10

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

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

 

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137

1929

JACKSON, James

Dublin City

1711 Mar 26

BOUTAND-JACKSON

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

Thanks to Mike Stewart for these notes.

 

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165

2032

JACKSON, Michael

Dublin

1711 May 7

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

 

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354

2668

SALE, John

Dublin

1711 Feb 12

Image 627

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

 

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464

2897

JACKSON, Robert

Dublin

1711 Feb 23

Book Index 1708-1729

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

 

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JACKSON

Monaghan

1711 Apr 20

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

 

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JACKSON, Thomas & Richard

Dublin

1710 Jan 22

STEPHENS-BUNBURY

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

 

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

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JACKSON, James

Dublin

1710 mar 9

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

 

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1918

PIPPARD

Dublin

1710 Mar 16

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

 

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HUTCHINSON, John

Dublin

1706 Mar 10

WALKER-HUTCHINSON His will

SOURCE: Registry of Deeds, Abstracts of Wills.

Appoint my well beloved son John HUTCHINSON and my loving friend Amos STRETTLE of the City of Dublin Merchant joint executors. House tenement in Temple Bar in the suburbs of the City of Dublin wherein I now live... son in law Elisha FRANCIS Tallow Chandler daughter Rachel FRANCIS wife of Elisha,,, lease to Elisha house built by him on the North side of Fleet St.... Mill in Dame St... 3 houses in Essex Street ......other leases from 3 HAWKINS brothers on Fleet Street and Lazy Hill in suburbs of... daughter Sarah STUDDART wife of John STUDDART...daughter Rebekah HUTCHINSON... sister Jane WEBB...cousins Thomas ROSE, John ROSE & Jane ROSE...other names cousin Thomas HUTCHINSON if he lives to 21 years ... bequest to Poor Friends called Quakers belonging to the Men’s Meeting of Dublin...

1706/1707 Mar 10 Quaker. WITNESSS Nathanial BRADFORD.

 

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DOBBEN

Dublin

1711, Feb 5

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

 

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NUTTALL

Kildare

1712 Oct 1

Image 54

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

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BROWNE

Dublin

1713

Andrew BROWNE from email Darcy5 – links to Josias BROWNE

Ann ST & Frapper Lane

 

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3954

PIPPARD

Dublin

1713 Jun2

EVANS-CUMING

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

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

 

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JACKSON

Dublin

1713 Aug 18

PALMER-JACKSON

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

 

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JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1705 Feb 25

JACKSON-LECOGGI Book Index 1708-1729

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

 

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PIPPARD

Queens

1712  Mar 17

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

 

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DONALDSON

Armagh

Antrim

1713 Apr 30

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

 

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4183

JACKSON, Michael

Dublin

1713 Aug 14

JACKSON-PALMER Book Index 1708-1729

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

 

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Louth

 

TISDALE-JOHNSON Notes from Co. Louth Townland Books [incl many lands] Annaghivacky, Barronsland

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

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JACKSON, William

Killmainham, Dublin

1713 Jun 6

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

Between John BELLEW of Castleballin, Co. Galway of 1st part & William JACKSON of Killmainham, Co. Dublin, Tanner all that and those the Houses Garden and Yard with the old walls thereunto belonging then in the possession of the said William JACKSON commonly known as Farley’s holdings in town of Killmainham. Next adjoining to the bridge at the upper end of Killmainham leading from the town of Kilmainham to the new hospital mearing and bounding on the East unto the Lord Ross’s land, on the North to the River of Camock or Camrick and to the West and South unto the street leading from the Town to the said bridge of Killmainham… term of 66 years rent 12 pounds 10 shillins WITNESS: John BEE of the City of Dublin Currier and William JOHNSON of the same City Gent. Memorial WITESS: Patrick BELLEW son of the said John BELLEW confirmed that Indorsement is witnessed by John BEE & Jeremiah VICKERS of the said City Tanner

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Magherkillcrany

Armagh

Also Monaghan townlands

1713, June 13

RICHARDSON to CAIRNS 1708-1738

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

 

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GORE, Francis

Clare

1713 Jun 19

Image 72

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

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JACKSON

Dublin

1713 Aug 18

 See ROD 9-447- 4184 for similar info

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

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

 

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JACKSON

Dublin

1713 Jan 23

BLIGH-CUSAK

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

 

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TIPPING

Louth

1712 Nov 25

BELLEW-TIPPING 1708-1729

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

Lord BELLEW – TIPPING

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

 

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PEPPARD

Dublin

1713 Feb 18

PEPPARD, Jacob. Esq. Dublin City RozMcC

 

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JACKSON, Thomas

Kildare

1709 Jan 7

BELLEW-JACKSON 1708-1729 Roz McC

Between Hon Richard Lord BELLEW Baron of Dunleek of 1 pt & Thomas JACKSON of Dryhett, Barony of Carberry, Co. Kildare, farmer of other part .. set to JACKSON 107A in Dryhett ... lives of Thomas JACKSON, John WEILY, James MILLER the younger of Tymaco all of Co. Kildare. WITNESS: Henry DOWDALL of City of Dublin, Thomas FORTESQUE & John MULHOLLAN of same, Gent. 16 Mar 1713. NOTE: This is probably Thomas JACKSON b: in Kilbank in Seathwaite, Lancashire, England +Ann MAN. SEE: Descendants of Nicholas Jackson They were Quakers.

 

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MITCHELBURNE

Dublin

1713 Feb 26

Lease & Release  

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

 

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JACKSON, William

Dublin

1714 June 2

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

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

 

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JACKSON, Michael

Dublin

1714 Jul 30

John BILLOP’s Will

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

 

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JACKSON, Robert

Dublin

1710 July 6

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

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

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

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

 

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OLIVER, Elizabeth

Dublin

1714 Dec 20

als Ayres, wife of said Robert Ayres. Roz McC

 

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JACKSON, William

Dublin

1714 Jan 15

JACKSON-LATOUCHE Book Index 1708-1729

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

 

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BRADFORD

Dublin

1714 Feb 15

ANDERSON-CALDBECK 1708-1729

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

 

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BALL, Abraham

Kerry

1714 Dec 10

Image 220

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

 

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LANGFORD, Theophillis

Cork

1712 Sep 18

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

 

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JACKSON, WIlliam

Dublin

1714 May 31

GREGG-JACKSON Found thanks to Linde Lunney

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

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JACKSON, Robert

Dublin

1711 May 16

Book Index 1708-1729

Lease between Robert JACKSON [d 1711] of Crooked Staff, Co. Dublin, Tanner of the one part & Arthur POTTER of Chamber St, of said Co. Weaver. Of the other part. JACKSON demised to POTTER Dwelling House in Chamber St. Incl benefit of the pump. Bounded in front by Chanbers St & in the rere with a stone wall belonging to the premises… ease 51 years. Witnessed Jeremiah VICARS, Robert JACKSON jr. & William CARLING all of the Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore in Co. Dublin, Tanners. NOTE: His tree is at  JACKSONs of St. Catherines. See: Jackson of Pimlico.

 

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6033

JACKSON, Adam

Dublin

1714 Feb 25

JACKSON-SCOTT 1708-1738 Book Index 1708-1729

Adam JACKSON of Pimlicoe in the Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore and Co. Of Dublin, weaver of one part & Nicholas SCOTT, City of Dublin, victualler … lives of George BOWLES of Ballycrean son of John BOWLES of the same, farmer, Samuel WATSON son of John WATTSON Co Carlow, & George ROOKE jr son of George ROOKE of Meath, baker. WITNESSES: Moses CHEATHAM, William SUMNER clk to Thomas COOKE Publick Notary in sd City. [ see deed 23-5-12243 for more details on land:

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

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SALE, John

Dublin

1714 Mar 12

Image 139

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

 

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BROWNE

Dublin

1715 Jun 13

BROWNE, Bernard-STEELE Coombe,

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

 

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Coleraine

1715 Jun 13

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

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

 

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JACKSON, William

Dublin

1715 Jul 14

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

 

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JACKSON, William

Dublin

1715 Jul 6

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

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

 

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JACKSON, Robert & sons John & Thomas & & Widow  Joyce

Dublin

1715 July 1

1715 Sept 2

Book Index 1708-1729

JACKSON-VICARS

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

 

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DONALDSON

Dublin

 

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DONALDSON

Dublin

1715, Jan 19

DONNALDSON-LAMONT

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

 

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Leitrim

1716 Jun 23

DENNISTOWN-KNOX Book 55

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

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JACKSON, Michael

Dublin

1716 Jul 24

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

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

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JACKSON, Joyce

Dublin

1716 Jun 2

JACKSON-CLAYTON 1708-1738 Book Index 1708-1729

Between Joyce JACKSON of City of Dublin, widow of 1st part & the Rev. Stafford LIGHTBURN of the 2nd part & Rev. John CLAYTON, Dean of Kildare & Prebend of St. Michans of the other part. Complicated lease involving lands of Hodgestown, Barony of Moyfenragh, Co. Meath and leases and mtg of deceased RAYNER…. Joyce JACKSON, widow, in consid of 129 pounds 17 s 11p + interest released lands to John CLAYTON NOTE: Joyce JACKSON née SHAW’s tree is at JACKSONs of Crooked Staff.  Her husband Robert JACKSON died 1711.

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237

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JACKSON, William

Dublin

1715 Feb 20

JACKSON-WILLS 1708-1738 Book Index 1708-1729

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

 

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284

7505

LANGFORD, Sir Arthur

Antrim

Dubliun

Meath

1715 Dec 1

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

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

 

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353

7703

BALL

Armagh

1716 May 11

BALL-VAUGHAN  1708-1738

Image 197

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

 

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398

7812

SALE, John

Dublin

Wexford

1716 Jul 3

Image 221

WITNESS: John SALE Esq. of City of Dublin

 

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403

7822

JACKSON, Michael

Dublin

1716 Jul 19 & 20

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

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

 

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7870

SALE

Dublin

1716 Aug 4

Image 234

THEAKER … ARUNDEL …

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

 

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30

8091

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1716 Oct 5

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

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

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MITCHELBOURNE, Richard

Dublin

1716 Nov 23

Btw Richard Lord Viscount ROSSE &  Richard MITCHELBOURNE… mention of a number of townlands in Co. Wicklow for lives of Charles LAMBE eldest son of William LAMBE of Willow Grove Co Wicklow Esq. Richard LAMBE 2nd son. NOTE: Richard MITCHELBURN was a brother of Col John MITCHELBURN.

 

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8407

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1714 Aug 14

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

 

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8463

JACKSON, William Rev

Dublin

1709 Jan 26

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

 

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169

8473

PEPPARD

Dublin

1716  Jan 11

PEPPARD, Jacob RozMcC

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

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8878

SALE, John

Wicklow

1716 Mar 16

Image 167

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

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McCULLAGH, Patrick

Dublin

1716 Oct 20

Patrick McCULLAGH of Dublin City, Merchant witnessed deed. RozMcC

 

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8302

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1716 Sep 27 & 28

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

James JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent of 1st part & James MITCHELL of same Joiner ... corner plot of land on north side of St. Stephens Green. NOTE: see also #8091.

 

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8547

JOHNSTON

Fermanagh

1726 Jan 31

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

 

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186

8809

JACKSON, Joseph

Dublin

1716 Mar 11

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

 

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193

8822

JACKSON, Joseph

Dublin

1716 Mar 15

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

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

 

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8822

JACKSON, Joseph

Dublin

1713 Mar 15

for £10 in mtg Joseph JACKSON, weaver of Cork St. also Dolphinsbarn Lane Dublin, to John TAGG, weaver of Cork St. also Dolphinsbarn Lane Dublin, of corner house in Cork st als Dolphins Barn Lane over against "Magpye house" leading to Ropers Rest House on west side of sd lane, together with backside and little house in backside "Limekilnhouse", even with Limekill house on east, adjoining Pipemakers wall on west, for 500 yrs at 1 peppercorn, subject to repayment of £10 + int. [Marginal note: Mtg satis 15 March 1717 No 220] Thanks to Mike of Vancouver.

 

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JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1717 May 14

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

 

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PEPPARD

Dublin

1717 Sep 11

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

 

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McCULLAGH, William

Dublin

1717 Jul 23

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

 

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JACKSON, Michael

Dublin

1717 Mar 29

The will of Catherine BILLOP, city of Dublin, widow. Executors Richard HANNA, Dublin, butcher, Michael JACKSON, Patrick WARRREN, Patrick WARREN, Tenant in High St., Dublin. Rev. Joseph BOYCE’s son. William and James sons of Michael JACKSON, Clothier. A legacy to her old servant Rebecca LAMBERT without the intermingling of her husband. Witnesses: Roger PARKER, gent, Samuel COOPER, Shoemaker, and John SMITH, public notary, all of Dublin. Memorial witnessed by: John SMITH, Luke WALL. Patrick WARREN seal. Michael JACKSON seal. NOTE: In 1716, after the death of husband John BILLOP in 1714, Catherine married Michael JACKSON. See: JACKSONs of Pimlico. I suspect that John BILLOP was a son of the Catherine BILLOP of this will.

 

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10419

WRIGHT

Monaghan

1708-1738

WRIGHT-WRIGHT Book 43 (1708-1738) Corduffles

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

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

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12608

JACKSON, James

Dublin

Londonderry

1716 Dec 12

JACKSON-BANKHEAD Notes in 2009 diary Book Index 1708-1738

James JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent & James BANKHEAD of Coleraine, Co. Londonderry Merchant of the other part. James JACKSON let to James BANKHEAD 11/6 part of freehold called Clanlary, Parish of Camassmacasque, Co. Londonderry. WITNESS: Benjamin JOHNSON, Clerk & Edward DALTON, Notary.

 

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200

4791

HAMILTON, Francis

Cavan

1713 Jan 19

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

 

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DOBSON

Dublin

1718 Jan 8

BALL,Richard-DOBSON1708-1729

Image 112

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

 

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10351

PEPPARD

Meath

1717 Jan 15

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

 

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PEPPARD

Dublin

1717 Feb 1

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

 

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JACKSON, Joseph

McCULLAGH, William

Dublin

1717 Mar 15

Joseph JACKSON to McCULLAGH Book Index 1708-1729

Lease between Richard RUCKMAN of Cork Street at Dolphins Barn Lane – Co. Dublin and Joseph JACKSON (same address) weaver. House signed over to JACKSON. William McCULLAGH of Dublin, Merchant of “Magpie House”? “All that the Corner House in Cork Street over against the house called the Magpie House [aka Magpye] leading from the Street to Ropers Rest Home on the North Side the said lane with the Backside behind the said house and the little house in the Backside called the Limekilnhouse … lives of Henry PERCY, Robert PERCY & John[WOOD?]” WITNESSES: Benjamin JOHNSTON & Charles MEARES clerks to Edward DALTON Public Notary in Dublin.

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M’CULLY, Thomas

Dublin

1718 Apr 18

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

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JACKSON, Bradwardine

Donegal

Londonderry

Cavan

Dublin

Wexford

Antrim

England

 

1718 Apr 11

Image 427

BTW Rt Hon Arhur Earl of Donegal & Rt Hon Lucy Countess of Donegal his wife of 1st pt; Rt Hon Lucy Countess Dowager of Londonderry of 2nd pt Rt Hon Catherine Countess Dowager of Donegall the Hon John CHICHESTER Jun Esq. only brother of said Arthur Earl of Donegal and Hon John CHICHESTER Uncle of said Earl of 3rd pt.; Rt Hon James Early of Barrymore the Hon Thomas COOT of Coothill, Co. Cavan Esq. late one of the justices in his Majesties Court of Chief Place the Rt. Rev Father in God Adam Lord Bishop of St. Davids and the Rt. Hon Richard Lord Baron of Cobham Great Britain Richard BOOTH of City of London Esq. & Thomas HUTTON of Popleton Co. York Esq. of 4th pt.; Bradwardine JACKSON of Bolton Co. York Bart & Robert TENCH of City of Dublin Esq. of 5th pt.; Sir Pierce BUTLER of [Garryhandon?] Co. Catherlogh [aka Carlow]Bart  and Hans HAMILTON City of Dublin Esq of 6th pt; Rev William CHICHESTER the rector of Cranfield in the District of Connor, Co. Antrim eldest son of the said William [CHICHESTER] & Arthur Chichester 2nd son of William CHICHESTER of the 7th pt. Whereby the said Artur CHICHESTER in pursuance and performance of certain artices made & entered into on the marriage of the said Earl of Donegal with the said Countess and for contining his estate in the blood of the CHICHESTERs further than by the articles now limited & required … sold to James Earl of Barrymore Thomas Coot Adam Lord Bishop of St. Davids Richard Baron of Cobham Richard BOOTH and Thomas HUTTON in their actual possession by virtue of a sale made by said Arthur Eal of Donegal for term of one year by indenture … Castle Mannor Towns and Lands of Belfast and the Towns and Lands known as the Fall Malone Dunmurry Cynament Cave & Carmoney in Co. Antrim or elsewhere in Ireland and also lands in Co. Donegal Lislane containing two quarters and a half… containingtwo Ballyboes of land and Monagh containing ¼ late in occupancy of Paul BENSON his undertenants… Claghmore & all other lands of Eal of Donegal in occupation of Ezekial & Elizabeth BENSON… Lands of the said Earl then inn occupation of Arthur BENSON… Leitrim containing 2 Ballyboes in occupation of Shane BRILLAGHAM… [Vaskill?] containing 2 Ballyboes in occupation of Capt George BUTLER … containing 5 Ballyboes  … then in occupation of John BUNBURY Carrickabracky & the Mill then in occupation of Col. John CUNNINGHAM…. And the Mill … late in the occupancy of William CARY… Magheridrummon  and all other Lands of said Earl late in occupation of John CUNNINGHAM… … [?shell] contining half a quarter of land late in occupation of Robert CARY… Glentogher & Red Castle Mill late in occupation of William CARY bering ¼ of land .. [Clamroe?] & Ballyderone and all lands of the said Earl late in occupation of George CARY then late in possession of William CALLWELL … Lisfanan … John COWAN … Carrowbleagh … Hugh & Neal DOGHERTY… Ballynasy Carrowmore & Gleneely …[lots more] … Mossaglin late in occupation of Pheleny McLAUGHLIN ….  Clare late in occulation of Owen McLAUGHLIN… Charles NORMAN … William STEWART … Robert THOMPSON …  Manor of Dunbrody Co. Wexford … Co. Donegall, Antim, Londonderry, County of Town of Carrickfergus …

NOTE: This deed is lengthy – and a copy is also at PRONI D509/45.

Also see British Archives C 11/1726/29:

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

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

Date of bill (or first document): 1718

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

 

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PEPPARD

Dublin

1718 Sep 10

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

PEPPARD-BLAIR

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

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OSBORNE

Armagh

1718 Jul 23

Lease & release btw Archbishop Priate of Ireland Samuel DOPPING of City of Dublin, Esq. & Francis BERNARD Esq of sd city trustees apt by last will and testament of William HAMILTON late of Callidon Co Tyrone Deceased of the one pt & Henry OSBORNE of Dardistown Co Meath Esq of the other pt., the lower half of Tullybrackontragh Drommahirray Tullylise Cooiehill Killribride Corrofiaghan Dugire Portnelligan Lissanill  Mullin Tulliglisoglody  and Creenerkin Ballynemeatagh: Outragh Ballynemeataghertragh Lislony … Barony of Taurany. Co Armagh WITNESS incl Henry BUCKLEY clerk to Bruen WORTHINGTON Registrar.

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JACKSON, John

Kildare

1718 Nov 12

Ld KILDARE-JACKSON

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

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JACKSON, Mary

Dublin

1718 Nov 26

ATKINSON-POOLE

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

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

 

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540

12421

 JACKSON, Thomas & Richard

Dublin

1718 Dec 18

JACKSON-REILLY Book Index 1708-1729

Deed: Thomas JACKSON with Henry ARKWRIGHT

Henry ARKWRIGHT of City of Dublin Esq & Thomas JACKSON same Esq of the second part and John REYLEY of the same Gent of the third part. Proper Lane in Oxmantown ... incl Malthouses and outhouses WITNESSES Whitfield DOYNE, Richard JACKSON, of the City of Dublin  & by Michael DOYLE and Thomas COOK of Dublin. NOTE: This is probably the same Henry ARKWRIGHT mentioned in the 1705 will of Samuel JACKSON.

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219

11839

PIPPARD

Meath

1718 Sep 9

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

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

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

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

 

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12213

JACKSON, Adam

Dublin

1718 Oct 10

Image 10

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

 

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JACKSON, Adam

Dublin

1718 Oct 10

JACKSON-BONYNG Book Index 1708-1729

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

 

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6

12216

 

Armagh

Dublin

1712 Aug 9

O’HARA-MAGENNIS et al Forkhill 1708-1738

Image 11

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

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23

125

12878

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1709 Oct 13

JACKSON-USHER Book Index 1708-1729

Richard JACKSON of the City of Dublin Gent of the one part & Peter USHER of same City Founder of the other part. ...demised a house in Kings Street City of Dublin to USHER where William GANNES lately lived with backside and gardens etc. Lease for 40 years for such time as Richard JACKSON shall obtain from the Vicars Choralls of St. Patrick’s Church of Dublin in presence of John DRURY City of Dublin, Gent & Edward DEMPSTER of same Coffeeman. George BUTLE Attorney. 1718 Mar 18

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

 

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215

13159

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1718 Feb 24

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

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25

145

14415

JACKSON, Robert

Kildare

1719 Nov 28

CARTER-JACKSON

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

Added notes from Michael Stewart:

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

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

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25

167

14598

JACKSON, Robert

Meath

Dublin

Kildare

1719 Dec 18 & 19

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

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

Added notes from Michael Stewart:

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

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

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

 

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172

14626

JACKSON, Mary

Dublin

1719 Dec 24

Will of Richard MITCHELBOURNE

Bequeathed to his wife Mary MITCHELBOURE, als JACKSON during her natural life the town and lands of Ballyarthur, [at Kilcandra, nr. Vale of Avoca, Co. Wicklow] and the Mansionhouse thereon and after her decease he devises the said house and lands to his sister  Mrs. Rachel SUNDHAM and his niece Mrs. Elizabeth SYMS and her heirs., and if no heirs to Law CROW  eldest son of cousin Jane CROW, and if no heirs to Richard LAMB, 2nd son of his cousin William and Ann LAMB … NOTE: Richard MITCHELBURN was a brother of Col John MITCHELBURN.who married in 1690 a Susan BERESFORD, widow of William JACKSON, and this John MITCHELBOURNE was also raised at  Ballyarthur.

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

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25

190

14709

 

Wicklow

1718 Jul 18

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

 

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14715

JACKSON, Rev. John

Dublin

1719 Nov

Ann GREENLAGH- Thomas CROSBIE

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

 

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95

14755

JACKSON, John

Kings.

1717 Feb 11

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

Thanks to Michael Stewart

 

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127

14853

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1719 Nov 2

Rev. Jasper BRETT, Chancellor of Connor unto Richard JACKSON, Esq. of Dublin City of town & lands of Ballynewport alias Newportstown in Lecale (bar.) DOWN [term and rents not mentioned]. Michael WARD Esq. of Dublin City mentioned; REGISTRARS: Charles CHURCH; James BATEMAN, mayor and JP, Coleraine; George HAMILTON, JP of Co. Limerick. WITNESSES: Rev. William BOYD, Vicar of Ramoan, Antrim; Magnus PRINCE, Doctor of Phisik, Lisburne, Antrim; John ALLEN, servant to Michael WARD; Edward BRUMHALL[?].

Thanks to Michael Stewart

 

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422

1592

15954

JACKSON, Adam

Dublin

1719 Feb 29

JACKSON-PILKINGTON Book Index 1708-1729

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

Additional parts thanks to Michael Stewart:

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

 

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24

15003

BROWNE

Mayo

1708-1729

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

 

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95

15590

JACKSON, Robert

Meath

1719 Nov 17

JACKSON-QUIN Book Index 1708-1738

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

 

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111

15779

JACKSON, Adam

Dublin

1720 May 6

JACKSON-HUME Book Index 1708-1729

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

 

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373

17453

JACKSON, Catherine & ors

Meath

1720 Sep 5

JACKSON-SOUTHERBY Book Index 1708-1729

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

 

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75

16387

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1720 Aug 2

JORDON-JACKSON

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

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16545

JACKSON, Robert

Queens

1720 Aug 22 & 23

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

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

 

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356

17881

DAWSON

Monaghan

1716 Dec 15

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

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

 

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68

16038

JACKSON, Michael

Dublin

1720 June 23

JACKSON-DUNLOP Book Index 1708-1738

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

 

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16907

BEWLEY

Dublin

1720 Oct 24

BEWLY, Mungo-WALKER 1708-1729

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

 

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18415

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1711 Apr 3

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

 

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18415

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1721 May 20

TALLANT-JACKSON

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

 

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368

18851

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1721 July 22

JACKSON-LITTON Book Index 1708-1738

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

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

 

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423

19028

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1720 Nov 8

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

 

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19132

JACKSON, John & wife

Dublin

1721 Sep 22

JACKSON-HUMPHRIES Book Index 1708-1738

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

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

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

 

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19138

JACKSON, Nathaniel

Queens

1721 Sept 25

JACKSON-JACKSON 1708-1738 Book Index 1708-1729

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

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

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

 

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19194

JACKSON, Nathaniel

Queens.

1721 Oct 2

JACKSON-JACKSON 1708-1738

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

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

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

 

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18377

JACKSON, John

Dublin

1721 May 16

JACKSON-FORSTER 1708-1738

Deed 31 Mar 1721 between Mary SMITH widow & relict of John SMITH late of Kevin Street, Co. Dublin Gent. Deceased. John LANGLEY of City of Dublin, Merchant [?] Nicholle widow & relict of John NICHOLLE late of Great Forrat, Co. Dublin Gent deceased. The Rev. John JACKSON of Clonshagh Co. Dublin, Clerk .... to John JACKSON part of town and lands of Clanasnaugh, Parish of Santry, Barony of Coolock, Co. Dublin (long complicated deed). SEE: JACKSONs of Santry (and Derbyshire).

 

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129

18411

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1721 May 12

Deed of Indenture. Mary ALLASON, widow & executor of John ALLASON deceased of 1st pt leased to Thomas KIRKWOOD, & Samuel ALLASON both Merchants, City of Dublin of 2nd pt premises and ground on Capell Street demised to John ALLASON by Isaac POLLARD for 98 years. This property was included in the marriage articles of Isabella Whiteside ALLASON and Joseph ALLASON, son of Mary ALLASON, both deceased. Should Mary ALLASON die, the rent will go to Mary Allason TUMOR and Elinor ALLASON, daughters of Isabella Whiteside ALLASON and Joseph ALLASON & the only issue of them. WITNESSES: Thomas JACKSON, Gent; Olivia DARBY & James MOORE, all of Dublin. Dawn

 

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18421

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1721 May 20

JACKSON-WHITE 1708-1738

Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin carpenter of the one part & Eliz WHITE of sd. County, spinster reciting lease of 3 April 1711 by Oliver TALLANT, Esq., to sd. Richard JACKSON of “all that part and parcel of ground in Bell Ally in Golden Lane in suburb of Dublin” whereon two ruinous or waste houses then were containing in length from North to South 42’ and from east to West  27’ bounded

 

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18636

JACKSON, Martha & Thomas

Dublin

1717 Sep 9

LEESON-JACKSON

*Pages are incorrectly numbered; this is the second Page 164 in this book. Marriage to be solemnized between William LEESON, Distiller of City of Dublin and Martha JACKSON, daughter of Thomas JACKSON, Sadler of City of Dublin. William LEESON agreed 100 pounds would be taken from his goods and chattle in trust for Martha JACKSON, and in case of her death, the sum would be given to her children. WITNESSES: John EMERY & Matthew MAGEE. Dawn

 

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18663

McCULLA, William

Dublin

1721 Jun 26

Walter PETERS leased to William THWAITES garden ground late in the possession of William McCULLA on the west side of Drumcondra Lane, suburbs of Dublin, for 79 years. Dawn

 

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18664

McCULLA, William

Dublin

1721 Jun 26

Walter PETERS leased to William THWAITES garden ground late in the possession of William McCULLA on the west side of Drumcondra Lane, bounded by White's Lane, for 79 years, suburbs of Dublin, for 79 years. Dawn

 

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19139

JACKSON, Robert

JACKSON, Thomas

Queens

1721 Sept 26

JACKSON-FORBES Book Index 1708-1729 Mountmellick, Garoon, Garrone, Parish Rosnallis,

A Memorial of two deeds of lease and one of release. One of the leases dated  22 Sept 1721 between Robert JACKSON of Mountmellick, Queens Co.  Gent of the one part  & Timothy FORBES of said City Merchant  of the other part  and the other lease dated 22 Sept 1721 made between Robert JACKSON and Thomas JACKSON of the City of Dublin, merchant of the one part and the said Timothy FORBES of the other part and the said release being Tripartate  23 Spt  between Robert JACKSON of the first part and Thomas JACKSON of the second part  & FOBES of the 3rd part confirming the sale to FORBES of the town and lands of Dunagh and Garoon containing by estimation 180 acres plantation measure and also 125 acres in Clonkeen formerly in the possession of Robert JACKSON  in the Parish of Rosenallis Barony of Tinahnch, Queens Co.  together with all the buildings orchards Gardens Lands and Tenaments Meadow Pastures Feedings Comons Comon of Pasture and all other appurtenances.  To hold for the natural lives of Nathanial JACKSON. Erasmus JACKSON and Isaac JACKSON sons of the said Robert JACKSON  [lots more] ... Lands of  Derrygile in Barony of Portnahinch and Queens Co.... delivered 25 Sept 1721. SEE: Quaker JACKSONs.

 

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19254

JACKSON, Robert

Queens

1721 Oct 11

JACKSON-GALE Book Index 1708-1729

Indenture of Lease and release 5th Oct 1721 between Robert JACKSON of Mountmellick and Benjamin GALE of the City of Dublin Esq of the other part. For £10 Jackson lease to GALE lands in Mountmellick [description] lives of Nathaniel, Erasmus & Isaac JACKSON. SEE: Quaker JACKSONs.

 

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334

19336

VICKERS

Dublin

26 Oct 1721

WREN-VICKERS

Jeremiah VICKERS of Chambre St in the Liberty of Thomas Court and Donnore Tanner…. Crooked Staff tanyards (no mention of JACKSON) NOTE: AKA Jeremiah VICARS husband of Joyce JACKSON. SEE: Crooked Staff JACKSONs.

 

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19404

JACKSON, Robert & Henry

Dublin

1721 Nov 8

JACKSON-MARTIN Book Index 1708-1729

Memorandum or agreement bearing date of 24 Oct 1721 between Robert JACKSON of Woodtowne, Co. Meath Farmer and George MARTIN of the City of Dublin Doctor.. Robert JACKSON for £90 sold to George MARTIN his interest in the lands of Woodtowne. In presence of John RYAN of Dublin Gent. Henry JACKSON father of the said Robert JACKSON & John WILSON near Tallow, Co. Dublin Gent. NOTE: There are several Woodtown townlands in Co. Meath, but this one is supposedly in Barony Ratoath, and it does not show there in contemporary records. In other records the townland of Woodtown is paired for sale with Newtown, B. Ratoath.

 

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19961

MAXWELL

Armagh

1721 Dec 30

MAXWELL-NUTLEY

Image 260

BTW Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Hall, Co. Armagh of the 1 pt & Richard NUTLEY of City of Dublin Esq. of the other. Reciting that Robert MAXWELL stood possessed of several towns and lands of Crerrun als Fellows Hall Belteagh and Derreagh in Co. Armagh by virtue of a lease made by the Provost & Fellows & Scholars of Trinity College near Dublin for term of 21 years from 1 Nov 1715 for rent of 30 pounds annually for townlands of Toaghy, Killilea, Naul & Lisagally, Cormeen, Tullaghcallady, Drumgare, Derrenelea, Bruttally [aka Brootally] Drumcoulter, Lisdrumbroghlis, Killnegollan, Killereeveeintragh & Killereeeveeough CO Armagh by virtue of lease made by the Provost Fellows & Scholars of Trinity College for term of 21 years from 1 Nob 1718 for rent of 150 pounds the first 9 years and 280 pounds during the residue of said term… Witnessed that Robert MAXWELL in consideration of 1500 pounds to be paid to him in hand paid by the said Richard NUTLEY granted to NUTLEY the lands …WITNESS: Thomas DAWSON of Armagh, Co. Armagh; John GILLESPIE of Armagh, Co. Armagh Attorney & John ELLIOT of Fellows Hall.

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Dublin

1720 Dec 12

John HITCHCOCK of Dublin City Needlemaker & Elizabeth PLIVIS of Dublin City, wife of John HITCHCOCK both of 1st pt & William JACKSON of Kilmainham, Dublin, Tanner of 2nd part.. WITNESS: Jeremiah VICKERS of Chambers St., Donore, Dublin. Re: house next to JACKSON's house at Kilmainham, for 41 years. NOTE: AKA Jeremiah VICARS husband of Joyce JACKSON. SEE: Crooked Staff JACKSONs.

 

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67

18971

JACKSON, Robert

Queens

1721 Aug 19

JACKSON-JACKSON Book Index 1708-1729

Memorial of a deed of assignment 14 July 1721 annexed to a lease dated 14 March 1709 made by William POLE to Robert JACKSON of Mountmellick in Queens Co. ... lands of Derryclony, Clonaghgally,  then in he possession of Robert JACKSON and his undertenants together with 219 acres of bog  for £100 granted to Thomas JACKSON City of Dublin, Merchant. For the lives of Nathaniel and Erasmus JACKSON sons of Robert JACKSON (NOTE: Isaac is missing off list of sons).  Witness Thomas Bolton Smith  & Lawrence Maguinness Collner both of Mountmellick. Thomas JACKSON [SEAL] SEE: Quaker JACKSONs.

 

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80

19017

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1721 Sep 1

JACKSON-STURGES Book Index 1708-1729

Dwellings in Marks Alley, Dublin.

William JACKSON City of Dublin, Baker of one part & Charles STURGES of Ballyrath Co. Dublin of other pt. … two dwelling houses situate in Marks Alley Dublin together with the yards and garden.

 

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240

19510

JACKSON, Adam

Dublin

1718 Aug 6

JACKSON-LEESON Book Index 1708-1729

Btw Peter Sharp jr of Templogue, Co of Dublin, FARMER & Adam JACKSON of Pimlico in the Liberty of Thomas & Donore, City of Dublin  clothier  .... lands of Templogue that Adam JACKSON had demised to Hugh LEESON of City of Dublin, abt 20 acres. See: Jackson of Pimlico.

 

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347

19927

JACKSON, Mary

OATES

Dublin

1721 Jan 21

Will of Enoch PALMER, City of Dublin, Founder.

Registry of Deeds, Abstracts of Wills mention of Samuel OATS. Enogh PALMER. Mary JACKSON, wife of Michael JACKSON & niece of Enoch PALMER 4 children Transcribed thanks to Dawn Lowe

NAMES: Enoch PALMER of Dublin; Sarah BOYTON; Mary JACKSON; Elizabeth MAKINGS; Enoch MAKINGS; Josia(s) JONES; Mt [Mr?] ARMSTRONG; William PALMER; Michael JACKSON; Mr. MEREDITH; Samuel PALMER; Ambrose BRUFF [BRUSS?]; Peter CILLARD; Michael BOYTON; James CLARK; Samuel OATES; John SMITH; Alexander McPHERSON; William PARRY. PLACES: St. Mary's Abbey, Dublin.

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466

20481

JACKSON, Michael

Dublin

1722 Apr 21

BOYTON-JACKSON Boot Lane

Michael BOYTON Feltmaker & Michael JACKSON Clothier demised coach house house & stale I Oxmantown then in possession of Mrs. MARTIN  … se other related deeds. See: Jackson of Pimlico.

 

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18

19491

 

Londonderrry

1708-1738

BUNBURY-KENNEDY Bk 423  1708-1738 Londonderry & Coleraine

Btw Walter BUNBURY City of Dublin Esq. & Dame Elizabeth IRWIN his wife of 1 pt. James KENNEDY of City of Dublin Esq. of other part…. Legal case & lands in Blind Quay…. lengthy

 

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22

19503

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1721 Oct 29

Occupant of Drumcondragh Lane. AnnChamney

 

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238

20190

JACKSON, Michael

Dublin

1721 Feb 27

JACKSON-SWAN Book Index 1708-1738

JACKSON Michael clothier Dublin, exor of Enoch PALMER indented lease house in Brooke Lane Dublin nickred

Enoch PALMER paying £480 and Michael JACKSON, a clothier & executor of Enoch PALMER making over annuity of £60 chargeable on properties in Cos Lowth, Meath, Westmeath & Dublin, including Rathmullen, Sheepgrange, Donore, various impropriate tythes, etc. Annuity for life of Enoch PALMER. Sworn 23 Dec 1721 SEE: Will of Enoch PALMER

 

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442

20837

JACKSON, Margaret

Dublin

1722 Jun 2

Witness: JACKSON Margaret of Rings End VancouverMike

Parcel of ground adj to holdings of C, part of Gordan's land [4a 2r 20p] reserving 2r 2p; 1 close of land [1r] part of Rose's land; 1 close park or piece of ground part of Parson's freehold [1a 20p] in Hoy's(?) Park; and 1 parcel of lane in the Galls [1a 1r 6p] all in Crumlin, from A to B for 24 years from 25 March last @ £2 ster per acre yearly rent from Walter PURCELL to Garrett TENCH.

 

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454

20879

McCLELAN

Armagh

1713 Juk 25

FANE-McCLELAN Clohoge

Image 538

BTW Charles FANE of Bassledon Co. Birks, Kingdom of England Esq. of 1 pt & William McCLELAND of Drominure in parish of Ballymore Co. Armagh Yeoman of the other pt. … demised lands of Drominure 73a 2r 23p and another parcel of land part Cloghoge containing 73a 2r 21p. in Mannor of Cleare Co. Armagh and now in the possession of said William McCLELON (his name is spelled 3 different ways in the memorial)… for lives of John McCLELAN Alexander McCLELAN and Elizabeth McCLELAN sons and daughter of said Wiliam McCLELLAN … WITNESS: Matthew CONNOR City of Dublin, Bryan FFEARAN of Tavanivall Co. Armagh & James PIERS of Tandragee Co. Armagh

 

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500

21041

WALKER

Dublin

1722 May 18

BROWNLOW-WALKER 1708-1729

Image 561

James BROWNLOW of City of Dublin, Gent; James THOMPSON of The Strand Dublin Ship carpenter and Edward DALTON of City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt & Chamberlaine WALKER of City of Dublin Knight…Elinor THOMPSON widow & executrix of last will and testament of Richard THOMPSON perukemaker deceased…

 

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20343

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1721 Jul 18

JACKSON-MALONE Book Index 1708-1738

Between Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. & Edmund MALONE. Of sd City Esq. – rent of a messuage in Church St. bordered by Messuage of Col Theophilus JONES containing one dwelling house wherein the said Richard Jackson and his family and after him Col GODBY lately dwelt. Also one yard brewhouse  and stable in the said yard...

Mike Stewart added to my notes: For consids Richard JACKSON unto Edmund MALONE of messuage in Church street, Dublin city, lately lived in by Richard JACKSON & his family, then by Col GODBY, adjacent to messuage of Col Theophilis JONES + one yard, 1 brewhouse & stable for 61 yrs - from 17 July 1721 at £24 payable half yearly. WITNESSES: John ANDERSON, Apothecary of Dublin City; Francis RAYNOLDS, Drawer of Fountain Tavern, Christ Church Lane; Richard ARCHDEKON [Archdeacon?]; Michael CANNON, servant to Edmund MALONE.

 

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21238

JACKSON, Cath & ors

Dublin

1720 Sep 25

JACKSON-ROCHE Book Index 1708-1738

 A 3 page lease. Tripartite deed of settlement Katherine KENT als WILLIAMS als JACKSON als GRAHAM, widow of Alexander KENT.... Richard ROCHE of City of Dublin Esq. & others..... 600 pounds ... lands in Macetown...abt 100 acres.... Painestown, formerly the lands of Theophilis JONES... Eliz CONLEY als CHEEVER, term of 500 years.[This is very long lease & I couldn’t capture all of it. Lots of CHENEY details] Between Katherine KENT als WILLIAMS als JACKSON als GRAHAM, widow relict of Alexander KENT dec. Andrew Francis CHENEY of Macetowne Co. Meath & Mary CHENEY his wife, daughter of the sd. Katherine of the first part

 

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22376

JACKSON

Dublin

1722 Jan 10

piece of ground on Cork Street, Liberty of Donore, bound on east by other grounds to Jacob POOLE by Thomas WESTON; on north by garden of George CULLEN, from 29 Sept then last, for life of [Widow] SMITH; Hannah SMITH, daughter of widow SMITH; Michael SMITH, son of widow SMITH at £2 ster yrly rent, forever, £2 fine on fall of every life. Joseph JACKSON of Cork Street, Liberty of Donor, Dublin is the second party along with Jacob POOLE. REGISTRAR: Bruen WORTHINGTON; WITNESS: William BARRY.

Thanks to Mike Stewart.

 

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20480

JACKSON, Michael & wife

Dublin

1722 Apr 18

JACKSON-BOYTON Book Index 1708-1729

Michael JACKSON of Pimlicoe in the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore Co Dublin, Clothier & Mary JACKSON als MEEKING [MEEKINGS or MECKINGS?] his wife of the 1st part; Michael BOYTON of the City of Dublin Feltmaker of the other. leased house late in the possession of Enoch PALMER late of the City Founder, dec’d and then in possession of Samuel SWAN Tallow Chandler... incl malthouse situate in Boot lane Oxmantown, Dublin

The following is added thanks to Michael Stewart:

Michael JACKSON of Pimlicoe in the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore Co Dublin, Clothier  & Mary JACKSON als MEEKING [or MECKIN?] his wife to Michael BOYTON of the City of Dublin Feltmaker [or Slatmaker?] of one undivided 3rd pt of house late in poss. of Enoch PALMER late of the City Founder, dec’d now in poss. of Samuel SWAN Tallow Chandler with backside, garden formerly in poss of Francis GEOGHEGAN, then in poss. of CHAMBERS + malt house maltroom & backrooms with piece of ground being pt of Eunoch PALMER's garden, situate behind house built by Enoch PALMER & in poss of Richard FERRAL + Stable & coach house in poss of Mr. MARTIN, all in Boot Lane in Oxmantown, Dublin, subj to £30 being 2/3 rent & subj to £12 or 2/3 rent to J during his life. See: Jackson of Pimlico.NOTE: The wife of Michael JACKSON was Mary McCRACKEN.

 

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17

20514

JACKSON, Nathaniel

Queens

1708-1738

JACKSON-LOFTUS Bk 71 Book Index 1708-1729

A Lease and release bwteen Nathaniel JACKSON Gent of Mountmellick, Queens Co. and Edward LOFTUS of Grange, Co. Kildare. Corn mills with parcel of land on south side of river coming from Drinagh + custom of grinding all corn malt or other grains of all tenants in manor of Mountmellick for lives of Nathaniel JACKSON, Gent of Mountmellick, Queens Co. Son & heir of Robert JACKSON Erasmus JACKSON & Isaac JACKSON. It recites an earlier lease dated 1697 btw Rt. Hon Arthur LOFTUS and Robert JACKSON. Simon HALL was also mentioned. WITNESSES: Roley HILL of Dublin City & Benjamin OWEN Chaplain to Arthur LOFTUS. SEE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland. Thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

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22133

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin & Carlow

1722 Nov 25

Thomas Bunbury (the elder) and Rose BUNBURY (nee JACKSON) P1 selling Ardristin, 974a, By Rathvilly, Co Carlow. Thomas BUNBURY the Younger, son & heir. Thomas JACKSON of Dublin of 4th pt. to Henry BERKELEY of Adristin, Co. Carlow. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

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406

23147

JACKSON, John

Tipperary

1722 Feb 8

JACKSON-TEW Book Index 1708-1729

John JACKSON, Dealer of Roscrea, Co. Tipperary of the 1st part  to David TEW, merchant of Dublin City of 2nd pt of plot of ground in Roscrea where forge of S. HIND formerly stood, being pt of John QUIN's holdings + adjoining yard bound by holdings of Tim BRIDGE, John BOHANAN [TOHANAN?] & Roger BOHANAN [TOHANAN] Public Notary of Dublin and formerly of Thomas LARGE + garden "Glonagowe" [1 1/2 acre plantation measure] for 500 years to be fully completed, at 1 peppercorn yrly rent if demanded, redeemable on repayment of £12.17s.9p ster + lawful interest.

 

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21423

SMITH

 

Queens

Dublin

Meath

1722 Aug 16

Image 54

BTW Joseph SMITH of Ballintobber Queens Co. of 1 pt & Michael SMITH of Ballyneskea Co. Meath Gent eldest son of said Joseph SMITH of the other pt…. Joseph SMITH has demised to Michael SMITH lands of Ballykealy Barony Forth Co. Carlow 469a  excepting a small plot of land called the Quakers Burial Place part of the lands of Ballykealy  …

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21713

JACKSON, Daniel

Kildare

1722 Mar 3

BENNET-JACKSON

John BENNETT, Gent of Tyrenan [?], Queens Co. for £90 from Daniel JACKSON, Maulster of Athy, Co. Kildare assigns Daniel JACKSON £12 ster per year out of Coolgarah, Queens Co., until debt of £90 + int is repaid and for further security grants the lease to John BENNETT by Morely SANDERS, Esq together with counterpart of lease by John BENNET to John FITZPATRICK. WITNESSES: William BARKER, Perukemaker of Athy, Co. Kildare; Thomas BENNETT son of John BENNETT; John HIGGINS, Gent of Athy, Kildare; Thomas MOREFIELD notary of Dublin City.

 

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22166

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

Carlow

1722 Nov 26

BUNBURY-JACKSON

Thomas BUNBURY, Esq. of Choghner, Catherlogh [Carlow] & Thomas BUNBURY the younger, son & heir to Thomas JACKSON, Esq. of Dublin City, trustee & Franks BERNARD, Gent of Clonmuske, Catherlogh [aka Carlow] £800 in trust. Thomas JACKSON & Frank BERNARD to invest to satisfy Thomas BUNBURY jr. during life of Thomas BUNBURY sr., such sums as lands of Cranavolan, Idrone, (Bar) Cath are insufficient to make up yrly rent charge of £100. Remaining interest to be pd to Thomas BUNBURY sr. and on his death to Rose BUNBURY [née JACKSON] & on her death the £800 + inter due to Thomas BUNBURY j.  for life. For better securing rent charge, Thomas BUNBURY sr. to Thomas BUNBURY jr.  of sd rent charge out of sd lands during life of Thomas BUNBURY sr., with clause of distress in charge unpaid. REGISTRAR: Bruen WORTHINGTON. WITNESSES: James REILLY, Gent of Dublin City & Henry DIM, taylor of Dublin City.

Notes thanks to Michael Stewart. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

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22257

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1722 Dec 14

JACKSON-GLOVER Book Index 1708-1729

Indenture of lease between Richard JACKSON of the City of Dublin Gent and Farmer GLOVER of the same City Esq. Of the other part. Whereas Richard JACKSON demised all that house or tenement where James ROBBIN lately dwelt situate in or near Kings Street in the suburbs of Dublin with the stable on the east side built by Samuel JACKSON Esq. Decd. For term of 50 years rent of £26. Witnessed Lewis JONES City of Dublin &  & John PURCELL now of the City of Corke Gent & William BARRY of City of Dublin

ADDITIONAL: Richard JACKSON to Farmer GLOVER of house wherein James ROBBINS lately dwelt on or near King Street in suburbs of Dublin city, with stable on east side built by Samuel JACKSON + lge garden on south side of house & stable, also tenement on east side of garden + liberty of egress & regress through passage from premises to King Street, as demised by Samuel JACKSON to James ROBBINS, from 29 Sept then next for 50 years at £26 ster rent. WITNESSES: Lewis JONES, Esq. of Dublin City; John PURECK, Gent, now of Cork City; William BARRY Scribe of Dublin City; John SMITH, Notary Public of Dublin City. NOTE: Although this Richard JACKSON is most likely the Richard JACKSON, nephew of of Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706), it may be worth exploring the connection to Jackson of Pimlico because of lands on Boot Lane adjacent to King Street, Oxmantown. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

Additional notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

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22258

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1722 Dec 15

DIXON-JACKSON

Mtg piece of ground on Barry St., Oxmantown + piece of ground in Whinrip Alley near Bury st., with 2 houses thereon, from Thomas DIXON, Mathematical Instruement Maker, exec'r of last will of William DIXON (Bricklayer, late of Dublin City, deceased) of Dublin city; to James JACKSON, Gent of Dublin City for £50 from henceforth during residue of terms of 71 and 60 yrs subject to redemption on repayment of £50, 15 March ensuing. WITNESSES: Barry GORDON & Philip GIBSON, clerks to Samuel COTTON, Notary Public.

Notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

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222307

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

Queens

1722 Nov 30

DUGGAN-JACKSON Garranemonley, Upper Ossary

Lease & release for £900 Francis DUGGAN, Esq of Ballygriffin, Co. Dublin unto Thomas JACKSON, Esq. of Dublin City forever of Ballygriffin, Coolock (bar.) Dublin [560 acres profitable plantation measure] + Castlewood Fermoyle Garranmaconty & Raheend in Queens Co. for life of And "his sons"; also Ballinstown [120 acres likewise] for life of Richard DUGGAN, Gent Charles DUGGAN, Gent & Thomas BANNS, Gent, subject to redemption 1 June 1723 and to sum of £27 twice yearly till sd sum is paid. WITNESSES: William RYVES, merchant of Dublin City; John HARVEY, servant to Chief Justice DOYNE; & Edward DELANEY.

Notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

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23579

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1723 Jun 20

DOWLING-JACKSON

for £50 Patrick DOWLING, timber merchant of Dublin City to James JACKSON, Gent of Dublin City of plot of ground in Oxmantown near Dublin, bound on north by house wherein Joseph SOUTHERN, grantor, lately dwelt and lately lett to George DEESON; on south by Mr.NUGENT's holding; Drewhouse [brewhouse?] of Mr. READ on west, also brickhouse erected by A on sd land, henceforth for residue of term of 31 years granted by Joseph SOUTHERN to Patrick DOWLING, subject to redemption. William PARRY, Deputy Register. WITNESSES: Charles MEARES, Gent of Dublin Coty & William HARBORNE, clerk to Charles MEARES.

Notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

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23759

McCULLAGH, John

Antrim

1718 Jul 10

James McCULLAGH & William McCULLAGH (intended groom) to Patrick AGNEW, Gent; John SHAW of Bush Co. Antrim Gent; & Clotworthy UPTON of Castle Upton, Esq. & John SHAW of Antrim, Co. Antrim Gent in trust of lands in Fewes (bar.) Armagh: Rackland-23a 14p Crewkyrer-205a 2r 38p Lifsary ats Lifswary-80a Cornecery-71a Carricanony-109a Mongeleagh-86a Glafsdrumenagh-86a 2r 12p Car?onloagh [357a 2r 34p] Ballyvallon; in Toom (Bar.) ANT: Ballygrogan Ballydrunuall Ballyhenulla Monyrod Ballydonnellan Ibragh & 1/2 twnld of Cloonkeen with corn mill & mills standing & Derryhullagh & Balymatoskerty with grist mill. Dorothy Beresford SHAW intended bride, daughter of Margaret SHAW of Ballgelly, Co. Antrim widow of William SHAW late of Ballgelly, Gent deceased. Robert DONALDSON of Dublin City mentioned. WITNESSES: James BLAIR of Blairmont Antrim, Esq.; James GREER, servant to William McCULLAGH; Alexander HUTCHESON, clerk to Robert DONALDSON; John McCULLAGH, Gent of Randalstown, Co. Antrim. Thanks to Peter McWilliam.

 

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23759

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1718 Jul 10

James & William McCULLOCH to AGNEW & ors 1708-1729

1708-1738 Glassdrumenagh Co Armagh, Lissary , Co Armagh Mongeleagh, Co Armagh

James McCULLAGH & William McCULLAGH (intended groom) to Patrick AGNEW, Gent of Killwaghter Antrim; John SHAW, Gent of Bush, Antrim; Clotworthy UPTON Esq of Castle Upton, & Dorothy Beresford SHAW, spinster & intended bride & daughter of Margaret SHAW, widow of Ballgelly, Antrim; relict of William SHAW Gent, late of Ballygelly; dec'd  in trust of lands in Fewes (bar.) Armagh: Rackland-23a 14p Crewkyrer-205a 2r 38p Lifsary ats Lifswary-80a Cornecery-71a Carricanony-109a Mongeleagh-86a Glafsdrumenagh-86a 2r 12p Car?onloagh [357a 2r 34p] Ballyvallon; in Toom (Bar.) Antrim: Ballygrogan Ballydrunuall Ballyhenulla Monyrod Ballydonnellan Ibragh & 1/2 townland of Cloonkeen with corn mill & mills standing & Derryhullagh & Balymatoskerty with grist mill. Other names: John SHAW, Gent of Antrim; Robert DONALDSON, Gent of Dublin City. WITNESSES: James STEVENSON, Esq of Killeleagh, Co. Down; John McCULLAGH, Gent of Randalstown, Co. Antrim; James BLAIR Esq. of Blairmount, Co. Antrim; James GREER, servant to William McCULLAGH; Alexander HUTCHESON, clerk to Robert DONALDSON. Notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

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23759

McCULLAGH

Antrim

1718 Jul 10

James & William McCULLOCH to AGNEW & ors 1708-1729

1708-1738 Glassdrumenagh Co Armagh, Lissary , Co Armagh Mongeleagh, Co Armagh

James McCULLAGH & William McCULLAGH (intended groom) to Patrick AGNEW, Gent of Killwaghter Antrim; John SHAW, Gent of Bush, Antrim; Clotworthy UPTON Esq of Castle Upton, & Dorothy Beresford SHAW, spinster & intended bride & daughter of Margaret SHAW, widow of Ballgelly, Antrim; relict of William SHAW Gent, late of Ballygelly; dec'd  in trust of lands in Fewes (bar.) Armagh: Rackland-23a 14p Crewkyrer-205a 2r 38p Lifsary ats Lifswary-80a Cornecery-71a Carricanony-109a Mongeleagh-86a Glafsdrumenagh-86a 2r 12p Car?onloagh [357a 2r 34p] Ballyvallon; in Toom (Bar.) Antrim: Ballygrogan Ballydrunuall Ballyhenulla Monyrod Ballydonnellan Ibragh & 1/2 townland of Cloonkeen with corn mill & mills standing & Derryhullagh & Balymatoskerty with grist mill. Other names: John SHAW, Gent of Antrim; Robert DONALDSON, Gent of Dublin City. WITNESSES: James STEVENSON, Esq of Killeleagh, Co. Down; John McCULLAGH, Gent of Randalstown, Co. Antrim; James BLAIR Esq. of Blairmount, Co. Antrim; James GREER, servant to William McCULLAGH; Alexander HUTCHESON, clerk to Robert DONALDSON. Notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

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JACKSON, Michael

Dublin

1722 Jul 4

WINREY-JACKSON

John WHINREY, Stone Cutter of Dublin City to Michael JACKSON, Gent of Dublin City of piece of ground in possession of Michael JACKSON 13 feet in breadth on back of Abby street lying contiguous to ground of John WHINREY, from 25 Mar then last past, for 51 and a half yrs at 7 shillings 6 pence yrly rent. William PARRY, Registrar. WITNESSES: John BRIGGS, Stonecutter of Dublin City & John SMITH, Public Notary of Dublin City. Alexander McPHERSON, clerk to John SMITH.

Notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

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GILL

Carlow

Dublin

1722 Aug 17

Image 335

BTW Joseph SMITH of Ballintobber Queens Co. Gent of 1 pt & Elizabeth GILL of City of Dublin widow of the other … in consid of £130 pd by Elizabeth GILL… lands of Ballykealy in Barony Forth Co. Carlow 460 a for natural lives of said [Thomas] SMITH & Michael SMITH…

NOTE: Ballykelly was a Quaker Burying Ground.

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21459

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1722 Aug 20

JACKSON-SCHULDHAM Book Index 1708-1729

Rev. William JACKSON

NAMES: John USHER of Dublin; Rev. William JACKSON; Rt. Rev. Dr. William MORETON, Lord Bishop of Meath; Dame Mary JONES; Edward SCHULDHAM; William BARTON of Thomastown, Co Louth; Michael SCRIVENS; John KEARNEY; John MOFFITT; Richard TERRY; Registrar: William PARRY.

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22377

JACKSON, Joseph

Dublin

1722 Jan 11

JACKSON-GILL Book Index 1708-1729

Joseph JACKSON, Cork Street, Liberty of Donore, Dubin, weaver

NAMES: Joseph JACKSON; Joseph GILL; Mr. POWER; Thomas WESTON; Jacob POOLE; George CULLIN; Rebecca SMITH; Michael SMITH; Michael SMITH jr.; Hannah SMITH; Joseph ROSE; William BARRY; Bruen WORTHINGTON. PLACES: Cork St, & Earl St. both in the Liberty of Donore, Co. Dublin.

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330

22910

CONLY

Drogheda

1722 Mar 8 

CONLY Ignatius – CURTIS

Btw Robert & Ignatious CONLY of Town of Drogheda, merchants & George CURTIS of City of Dublin, merchant… payment owed to George CURTIS… lands west st Drogheda.

 

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539

24137

McCULLAGH, William

Dublin

1723 Jul 30

WITNESS: William McCULLAGH, merchant of Dublin. Notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

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539

24145

 

Dublin

1723 May 10

BARRY-CONNOR

Henry BARRY, Lord Baron of Santry, grantee to Joan CONNOR, widow of Dublin City of __? in Skinner Row, then in possession of Joan CONNOR, bound on east by house of Samuel FAIRBROTHER, plus adjoining shop within passage from Christ church lane to City close, now in possession of Simon ANYON, as granted by Dean NONE, Dean & Chapter of Cathedral Ch of Holy Trinity, Dublin, to hold from 25 Mar last past for 31 years at £36 ster. WITNESSES: Charles CAMPBELL, Esq. of Dublin City; William COLVILLE, Clerk to Charles CAMPBELL; William SHAW, Gent of Dublin City; William HAWCETT [William FAWCETT ?], Clerk to Charles CAMPBELL. Notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

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GORE

Wicklow

Dublin

1723 Jul 27

Image 111

Lease btw John SALE of Co. Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & Lathum DOHERTY of City of Dublin Esq. of the other pt. Release tripartite btw Richard WARBURTON of City of Dublin Esq. of 1st pt the said John SALE of 2nd pt and the said Lathum DOHERTY of 3rd pt … reciting for lives renewable dated 15 Sept 1709 made by Sir Richard KENNEDY of Mount Kennedy Co. Wicklow Bart & Dame Katherine KENNEDY his wife to John SALE for lives of Humphry MATHEWS of Finny Park Co. Wicklow Esq & Edward SALE and Robert SALE sons of the said John SALE …

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JACKSON, Rev. Peter

Louth

1721 Sep 22

Will of William BARTON, Thomastown, Co. Louth. Esq deceased.  Will dated 1721 Sep 22.  Bequest to Benjamin BURTON [sic] and Francis HARRISON Eq of Dublin WITNESS: Thomas FORTESCUE of Dromiskin, Co. Louth. John FOSTER of Dunleer, Co. Louth Rev. Boyle TRAVERS of Strabannon;  &  Rev. Peter JACKSON, Killincoole, Co. Louth, Clerk.

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JACKSON, Elizabeth

Dublin

1723 Oct 30

Henry ASTON, Esq. of Dublin City Grantor to Elizabeth JACKSON, widow of Dublin, grantee of house "Flying Horse Inn" stables yard on south side of Temple Barr St Andrew's parish, Dublin city Suburbs, then in possession of Elizabeth JACKSON, adjoining holdings of Ambrose LANCE of Mr. KELLY, for lives of Samuel & Henry SANDWITH & Thomas JACKSON for ever, renewable, at £30 for first 7 years, £35 for next 7 years & £40 after.

 

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23666

DAWSON

Monaghan

1723 Jun 27

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

Deed btw John DAWSON of Killeron, Co. Monaghan Esq of 1 pt & Richard DAWSON of City of Dublin Merchant of the other part. Reciting that by a Quadripartite deed of release for marriage settlement Dec 15, 1716 .. long list of townlands … vested in the said John DAWSON and now in his actual possession subject to an annuity of  200 pounds payable to Frances DAWSON mother of the said John DAWSON… reciting that John DAWSON and his wife Elinor had lived separately from each other … NOTE: Could they be the ancestors of the Elinor DAWSON who married Andrew OLIVER. Her father was an Edward OLIVER.

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JACKSON, Michael

Dublin

1723 Jul 31

Jacob POOL, Clothier of Dublin City, Grantor to Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Dublin City of parcel of ground on north side of Mill Race or water course in Morrowlane in Liberty of Thomas Court, Co & city of Dublin, bound on north by land to be called Roberts Street, on east by land let by Isaac ROBERTS to Jacob POOL, with privileges as granted Jacob POOL by Isaac ROBERTS, for ever, from 24 June last for lives of Isaac, Mary & Lydia ROBERTS at £7 12s with £3 16s. fine on renewal. Thanks to Mike Stewart.

SEE: Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Pimlico.

 

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BROWNE

Down

1723 Jul 1

BROWNE, Benj-DONALDSON 1708-1729

Image 351

Benjamin BROWNE of Castlehill Co. Down, & Robert DONALDSON of Dublin. Lands of Castlehill by will to Banjamin BROWNE from his father Alexander BROWNE late of Castlehill.

 

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24933

JACKSON

Dublin

1723 Jan 21

An unnamed JACKSON lived in one of the houses at Combe, Dublin leased by Winfield ATKINSON to David ROBERTS, both of City of Dublin. SEE: Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Pimlico.

 

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254

25159

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin & Carlow

1723 Jan 21

LECKY to  JACKSON Registered the 21st of January 1723 at 4 a clock in the afternoon

NAMES: James LECKY of Kilnock, Co. Carlow; Thomas JACKSON, merchant of Dublin; Walter BAGNELL of Parish of St. James, liberty of Westminster; Ralph CRUTCHLY; John WILLIAMS; Robert DENT; William PARRY. OTHER PLACES: Rathcrogue, Co. Carlow.

This Deed involves the transfer of land from a Thomas JACKSON, a merchant of the City of Dublin to a James LECKY. The land in question is in the townland of Rathcrogue, Co. Carlow. Although hunches may prove to be red herrings, this may still turn out to be one of the missing links to the JACKSONs who preceed our last known relative, George JACKSON (1718-1782).

NOTE: Rathcrogue Townland was 422 acres in Co. Carlow, Barony Carlow, Parish Tullowmagimma, PLU Carlow, Province, Leinster.

 

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McCULLAGH, William

Dublin

1723 Apr 15

Witness: William McCULLAGH of City of Dublin, Merchant. AnneChamney.

 

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24387

JACKSON, Joseph

Dublin

1723 Oct 3

JACKSON-SIDEBOTHOM Book Index 1708-1729

Joseph JACKSON, Cork St., Liberty of Donore, Dublin, weaver

Land from Cork Street leading to Dolphins Barn

NAMES: Joseph JACKSON; Joseph SIDEBOTHOM; Mr. POWER; Thomas WESTON; Jacob POOLE; George CULLIN; Rebecca SMITH; Michael SMITH; Michael SMITH jr.; Hannah SMITH; Matthew PAGEITT; Patrick HAMILTON; Edward DALTON; William PARRY. PLACES: Cork St, in the Liberty of Donore, Co. Dublin.

SEE: Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff - Descendants and/or Michael JACKSON, Clothier of Pimlico

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JACKSON, Thomas

Down

Antrim

Dublin

1723 Feb 25

Indented deed of Lease and release between Thomas ASH & John ASH als RAINEY Eldest Son and heir of said Thomas ASH both of Magherafelt in Co. Londonderry of the one part and Thomas JACKSON of the City of Dublin Esq. & David Wilson of the said City, Gent  of the other part… released to said Thomas JACKSON & David WILSON and their heirs in their actual possession then being one moity of all that in those in the Lower Ballymote containing one hundred and three acres plantation measure be the same more or less/ Ballygaltam containing one hundred acres of like measure be the same more or less/ Grangewallace cont by est 186 acres…/ Grangebane containing by est 128 acres/ and the yearly rent of 10pounds  annually growing due and payable out of the Mill  of Grangebane Ballyhassett containing by estimation 77 acres/ Milltown of Ballyhassett containing by estimation 215 acres/ Lower Ballyclender containing by estimation 121 acres/ Upper Ballyclend containing by estimation 132 acres/ Ballywarren containing by estimation 210 acres/ Tobermoney containing by estimation 133 acres together with the Mill Mullture & Toll thereunto belonging & that quarter of  Ballea in the possession of Charles STEWART & Henry SAVAGE next and adjoining to Upper Ballyclender containing by estimation 57 acres/all which lands tenements  & Heritaments are situate in the Manor of Downpatrick Co. Down. In the presence of George PERRY of the City of Dublin Gent & John DOWNING of the same…. NOTE: John ASH-RAINEY (1694-1723). John JACKSON married his sister Sarah ASH. John JACKSON’s father was a Capt. William JACKSON (he may have married a CLARKE). I suspect that Thomas JACKSON of Dublin was a relation. SEE: Jacksons of Tobermore.

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JACKSON, Thomas

Antrim

Dublin

1724 May 4

Settlement Co Antrim lands (listed) in 1722 between Mother of Edmond Francis STAFFORD, deceased & Ann STAFFORD, daughter of Edmond Francis STAFFORD 1st pt, & Hon Brig David CRAIGHTON & William SAMPSON Esq., of Inch, Donegal of 2nd pt., & Alexander McNAUGHTEN Dr. of Physic, cousin of Edmond Francis STAFFORD & Compton DOMVILLE, Esq. Sir clerk trustee of Edmond Francis STAFFORD of 3rd pt.

WITNESS; Thomas JACKSON Esq. of Dublin SW

POSSIBLY: Jacksons of Tobermore.

 

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25985

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

Antrim

1724 May 4

Will of Edmond Francis STAFFORD, deceased of Brownstown, Co. Meath; Isabella STAFFORD, wife of Edmond, deceased; Ann STAFFORD, daughter of Edmond Francis STAFFORD; Henry STAFFORD; Kennedy STAFFORD, eldest son of Henry STAFFORD; Cousins of Edmond Francis STAFFORD= Bartholemew, Rowen, Dr. Alexander & Edmond McNAUGHTEN. Lands in Antrim. WITNESS: Thomas JACKSON. Esq of Dublin witness in 1722. POSSIBLY: Jacksons of Tobermore.

 

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26452

 JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin & Wexford

1724 June 24

JACKSON - VESEY

Deed 23 March 1723 Wm VESEY & wife demised to Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq.  Town and lands of Barrystown & Grantstown, Barony of Dargy, Co. Wexford  311 acres. For lease of 41 years.

 

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472

26929

JACKSON, Michael

Dublin

1724 Sept 12

JACKSON-THOMAS Book Index 1708-1729

Michael JACKSON of Dublin Clothier to Josua THOMAS City of Dublin Clothier  “All that new House or tenament with the large backside behind the same situate on the north side of the Mill Race or watercourse in Marrowbone Lane in the Liberty of Thomas Court Co. Dublin. See: Jacksons of Pimlico.

 

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McCULLAGH, William

Dublin

1723 Apr 15

WITNESS: William McCULLAGH of Dublin City, Merchant. Notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

 

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27066

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1723 Nov 4

BOWLES-JACKSON Thanks to Mike of Vancouver

Registered 8 Oct 1724

Image 254

John BOWLES of the City of Dublin Merchant surviving administrator & [?] to Thomas BOWLES  City of Dublin, Gent deceasedand sole administrator to Isabella BOWLES a minor deceased for consideration demised to Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Taylor houe & tenement then in possession of Thomas JACKSON on the north side of James St. in suburbs of Dublin near St. James Church Gates  known by the Sign of the White Hart containing in front to the Kings Highway 18’ and in depth to said church yard of St. James Church 17’ to hold for 25 years for yarly rent of 200 pounds. WITNESS: John EVANS Nailer and Michael DENIS Barber & Peter PIGOT Haymaker [Staymaker?] all of City of Dublin Thomas MULLOCK, Gent NOTE: The St. James Church that was on James Street (there was another) was completed in 1707. In the Dublin Weekly Journal of 1725, The Sign of the White Hart is described as being at the end of Caple Street, and was where the Coach to Drogheda left. This is a better fit with King Street. There was an ancient St. James Church there, and perhaps these were the gates of it. What is curious is how high the rent is for such a small property.

 

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27112

 

Dublin

1724 Oct 17

Eleanor TAAFFE’s will. NOTE: Nothing of interest

Two houses in High Street known as the Ship and Black Swan …Rulestowne Litte

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43

75

27425

JACKSON

Dublin

1724 Nov 17

An unnamed JACKSON lived at Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore on lands owned by William MASON, merchant of Dublin. See: Jackson of Pimlico.

 

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421

28800

JACKSON, Robert

Kildare

1725 May 7

JACKSON-JACKSON Book Index 1708-1738

Indenture May 6, 1724 Wm. JAMES of Athy. Co. Kildare, Tanner did demise & set to Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff in Co. Dublin Tanner and Josiah JACKSON of Glassholly, Co. Kildare Farmer lease of house in Athy where William JAMES lived. And late in possession of Widow WESTON together with the tan yard and al and singular the outhouses etc belonging to Wm JAMES in town of Athy Parish of St. John’s… yearly rent of 9 pounds  in consid of 5 s pd to the Robert JACKSON by Josiah JACKSON, lands made over to Josiah for 22 years.  SEE: Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff - Descendants.

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43

524

29211

NORTH

Louth

1725 Jun 24

MOORE- Susanna NORTH

Memorial of Deed btw Susanna MOORE, relict of Brabazon MOORE of Mounterrible, Co. Monaghan Esq decd of 1st pt. & Francis NORTH of City of Dublin Gent of other part.. she demised lands incl Mosstown, Tallnastown, Charlestown, Mapestown Stickilin and Richardstown… Barony of Atherdee, Co Louth. Francis NORTH and his son, Edward NORTH witnessed. NOTE: The NORTH family were associated with Jackson’s Hall in Kirkby Lonsdale, England – as a result of the marriage of Jennet JACKSON & Oliver NORTH. See also: The Norths of Ireland.

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212

28582

JACKSON, Rev John

Dublin

1724 Feb 2

Richard FORSTER-JACKSON

Image 414

Btw Richard FORSTER of Great Forest of Co. Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & Rev. John JACKSON of Clansagh Co. Dublin of the other…. 24a in Parish & Barony of Coolock, Co. Dublin

 

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27941

JACKSON, Rev John

Dublin

1724 Dec 26

Richard FORSTER-JACKSON

Image 51

Btw Richrd FORSTER of Great Forest Co Dublin Esq. son & heir apparent of John FORSTER Esq. deceased & Richard GEERING of City of Dublin Esq. of the 1 pt & Rev. John JACKSON of Clonshagh, Co. Dublin Clk of the other.re indenture 26 March 1711 btw Anne FORSTER of City of Dublin widow relict of Richard FORSTER late of City of Dublin Esq. deceased & John FORSTER of the 1 pt & said John JACKSON of other pt. … 50 a including house garden fish ponds & orchards then in possession of Anne SHAEL in town of Clanshaugh, Parish of Santry Barony Coolock, Co. Dulin for lives of the said John JACKSON & Thomas JACKSON brother of said John, & Mr. John ROCHFORD 2nd son of RT Hon Robert ROCHFORT Esq.  … mention of Daniel JACKSON as a life… SEE: JACKSONs of Derbyshire, Berkshire, America & Dublin (Santry JACKSONs)

 

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JACKSON, Richard

Coleraine

Dublin

1724 Feb 3

JACKSON-HILL Book Index 1708-1738

Mtg bearing date 1 May 1724 between Richard JACKSON Coleraine, Co. Derry, Esq. Of 1st part & Rowly HALL, City of Dublin, Esq. Of 2nd and Bernard BRETT of Ballynenport Co. Down, Gent of 3rd part ... in consid. Of £700 BRETT granted to HILL townlands of Ballynewport term of 100 years (but they revert to JACKSON if he pays £720). SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

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186

28971

BIRCH

Kilkenny

1724 May 31

BIRCH, Eliz-BIRCH NOTES in 2009 diary. 1708-1729

Between Elizabeth BIRCH of Ballynalynah ... City of Kilkenny widow of 1st part & John BIRCH of City of Kilkenny of the other part. Elizabeth BIRCH paid £200 to John BIRCH ... The Castle, Townlands, Tenements and Heritaments of Ballynalynch in Co. & City of Kilkenny, District of Ossory 137 aces for term of 71 years. WITNESS: Buckley BUTLER, City of Kilkenny, Lewis DUVALL, City of Dublin, Gent; Charles BIRCH of same, merchant; Hannah BIRCH of same, spinster; George BIRCH of Banalynch, City of Kilkenny, Gent; Michael CARROLL, City of Kilkenny, Gent.

 

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JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1725 May 31

NICOLLS-JACKSON

 Land on North side of Pill Lane lately enjoyed by Plunkett Plunkett Esq. … NICHOLLS made over to Henry JACKSON for 31 years . WITNESSED: William COLVILLE; …

 

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27496

JACKSON

Dublin

1711 Mar 26

Anne FOSTER widow of Richard FOSTER of 1st pt; Rev John JACKSON of Clonshagh [Clanshagh], Co. Dublin of 2nd pt & brother Thomas JACKSON lives re 50ac. Clonsagh aka Clanshagh, Parish Santry, Barony Coolock, co Dublin NOTE: FOSTER aka FORSTER. Look for connection in JACKSONs of Santry.

 

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434

29449

BARLOW

Dublin

Armagh

1725 Jul 24

FERRARD to BARLOW 1708-1738 

Btw Henry Lord Baron of Ferrard & Wm BARLOW of City of Dublin Esq. [long list of townlands – including lands of Cregganduff & Kiltybane]

 

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29546

JACKSON, Michael

Dublin

1725 Aug 11

JACKSON-ROBINSON Book Index 1708-1729

Michael JACKSON of Pimlicoe in the Liberties of Thomas Court and Donore and Co of Dublin did demise to Abraham ROBINSON of Marrowbone Lane in the Liberty aforesaid, linen weaver all that Large Corner House & tenement being in Marrowbone lane aforesaid with the backsides behind of same containing in breadth in the rear 20’ … and in depth and in depth from front to rear 123’ mearing and bounding as follows: on the west to Roberts St, on the East to Jonathon Carr’s holding, on the south to the mill race, and on the north to a Piece of  ground now in possession of Mr. Joshua THOMAS with the appurtenances for the term of 99 years from the 29th day of September next  yearly rent of £13 WITNESSED Wm. DEVALL and William JACKSON son of Michael JACKSON. See: Jacksons of Pimlico.

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McCULLAGH, William

Dublin

1725 Jun 3

William McCULLAGH, Merchant, Dublin of 2nd pt Re: A selling lease of 21a, part Ballyduffe, By Philipstown, Kings Co AnneChamney

 

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33071

BALL

Armagh

1726 Jul 15

BALL-NORMAN 1708-1738

Image 594

Btw Abraham BALL of Daver, Co. Louth Esq. Of the 1 pt & Robert NORMAN of City of Dublin Esq. & Job CHARLETON of same City Gent of the other part and the release being made between Abraham BALL and Florinda BALL, wife of the 1st part. Marriage to be between Thomas BALL son and heir apparent & Grace ACTON dau of Thomas ACTON of City of Dublin Esq.  Of 2nd pt..Urcher is included in a great long list of lands included in the marriage agreement

 

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33673

BALL

Meath

1726 Jan 5

BALL-DOYNE Creekstown,

John BALL, Esq  of Loughross, Co. Armagh of one part and right hon Robert DOYNE Esq of the other part. Lease and release that part of the town and lands of Creekstowne now in the possession of Nicholas and Thomas KING. Containing 154a in Barony of Ratoath, Co Meath on payment of seven hundred pounds sterling interest at the rate of six pounds and cents … Witnesses by John HARVY and John DOWNING both of City of Dublin, Gent.

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34038

BALL

Drogheda

1726 Feb 20

Image 282 1708-1739

SHORE to BALL House & Garden  one Messuage one park or close

BTW Mary SHORE relict and Admin of Ald John SHORE late of Drogheda in receipt of £130 from George BALL of John’s Hill near Drogheda Esq. paid by Charles BALL of City of Dublin granted one house or Garden One Messuage one Parke or Close in the West Street of Drogheda bounded from Plunketts Land on the East to Palmer’s land on the West … more description…

 

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JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1704 Dec 31

HAYES-JACKSON

John HAYES, merchant of Dublin City to Thomas JACKSON, merchant of Dublin City of 4 houses in Fishamble Street Dublin as held by John HAYES for term as held by John HAYES except for last 2 years, at £73 from 25 March next. Note the date reads "One thousand seven hundred and four [small space] four"

Thanks to Mike Stewart. NOTE: Samuel JACKSON also had houses in Fishamble

 

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33480

JACKSON, Richard

Drogheda

1726, Dec 6

JACKSON-COOPER Bk 71 1708-1738 Book Index 1708-1729

Memorial of an Indenture of a Lease 27th August 1714 whereby Richard JACKSON of Drogheda Ald n did demise and set unto Richard COOPER of the same yeoman all that parcel of land comonly known by the name of Worrel Logh containing estimation 7 acres in the County of the Town of Drogheda mearing and bounded by the road leading to Platten near poor man’s Cowsey on the south Mr Francis CREWES [GREWES? GRAVES?] and William McGRORY on the west James KELLY and Robert RINGALLS holding on the north and to land then in possession of Aldn HARDMAN on the east together with the appurtenances to hold for the term of 31 years ... at the yearly rent of £4.15s. Witnessed by Joseph RENIHER [RENCHER?] Gent, Ralph ECCLESTON yeoman and Patt MEIGHAN bookseller all of Drogheda. This memorial was signed sealed and delivered by Jane COOPER widow and administrix of  of all and singular the goods and chattles of the above named Richard COOPER deceased in presence of said William RENCHER and William SOUCH[?] of Dublin, Gent. Jane [her mark] COOPER [SEAL]

Then Mike Steward did the following notes – where we differ, his are more likely to reflect the correct version of names: Richard JACKSON to Richard COOPER of parcel of ground "Worrell Lough" [7 acres] in Drogheda, with holdings of Angus CAROSY on south, GRAVES & William MAGRORY on west, James KELLY & Robert RINGALE on north, to lands of Alderman HARBINAN in east, to hold for 31 years from 1 Nov next at £4.15s ster yrly rent.

 

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JOHNSTON, Eugenia

Armagh

1726 Jan 4

JOHNSTON-MAXWELL Lislooney Notes in 2009 diary Book 1 (1708-1738) 1708-1738

Image 454

Eugenia JOHNSON of City of Dublin, spinster to Rev. Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Hall, Co Armagh Doctor of Divinity …list of lands incl Ballinemetagh OUtragh Ballinemetagh Iteragh als Cavanapole Lisslouny [Lisloony] Braghnoye Skerry Dromgosse Dromaghikeene Glassdromon Crossdalyoutragh and Crossdaly Iteragh all in Barony of Tyranny…for 500… WITNESS: William JOHNSON of Ballinemetagh Co. Armagh Esq. & Andrew CHARLTON of City of Dublin Gent & William SHERIDAN of Dublin

 

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McCULLAGH

Kings

1726 Jan 3

Marriage agreement – Grace PERCIVALL & John McCULLAGH.

Parties: John McCULLAGH Jnr. of Killiegh, Kings Co, Elizth PERCIVALL of Dublin, widow of David PERCIVALL merchant of Dublin, decd, Grace PERCIVALL dau of Elizth & David.

Witnesses: Samuel PERCIVALL & William McCULLAGH, merchants of Dublin city, (article), Wm McCULLAGH & Denis DELANY (memorial)

 

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McCULLAGH

Kings

1726 Dec 12/13

 

McCULLAGH – McCULLAGH Wendy has notes 1708-1729

Lease Between John McCULLAGH of Killiegh Kings Co & his son John McCULLAGH. Land in Killiegh, plowland of Ballyneshragh. Release for the lives of John McCULLAGH, Sarah McCULLAGH his wife, & John McCULLAGH younger son. WITNESSES: Edward McCULLAGH, Dublin; John & Michael MALONE, Killiegh (Reg. 3 Feb 1726!)

 

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JACKSON, William

Dublin

1726 Apr 2

JACKSON-JACKSON Book Index 1708-1729

Btw William JACKSON of the Liberty of Donore and Co of Dublin Gent of the one part & Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff in the Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore and County of Dublin, tanner. Robrt pd William 60 pounds for lease of house on south side of Cork St.in Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore... to hold for natural lives of Bernard BROWN; Isaac ROBERTS son of Robert ROBERTS of Thomas Courts Innholder and Philip MARTIN of Pimlico Merchant.

Mike Steward added to my notes:

For £60 to be pd by Robert JACKSON, William JACKSON releases unto Robert JACKSON house & backside lately in possession of Thomas [PARENCE?] on Cork St in liberty of Thomas Court & Donore, DUB, [16x85 ft] bound by holdings of MATTHEWS on south, of  Bernard BROWN & Isaac ROBERTS on east, for lives of Bernard BROWN Isaac ROBERTS & Phillip [MARSIN?] at rent and renewal fines mentioned in deed. See: Jackson of Pimlico.

 

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JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin Meath

1726 Dec 30-31

BALL-JACKSON Creekstown, (Notes not transcript)

A memorial of indented Deeds of Lease and Release bearing date Respectively the thirtieth and thirty first day of December: one thousand seven hundred and twenty six made and perfected between John BALL of Loghross, Co. Armagh, Esq. of 1st part & Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. Of the other part. By which said deed and release the said John BALL for the consideration therein mentioned Did give grant bargain sell, Release & Confirm to Thomas JACKSON in his actual possession by virtue of the said lease all that tate of the old Castle of Creckstown & 106A 1R 34P of the land thereunto adjoining in the Barony of Ratbath, Co. Meath inders Rents Issues and Profitts of the same. To have and to hold the said premises with the appurtenances the said Thomas Jackson  and his heirs yielding and paying  therefore and thereout unto the said John BALL his heirs and issue for ever the yearly rent of five shillings sterling per acre for every of the said acres and after that rate for the said one Rod and thirty four perches in half yearly payment viz on every first day of May and November the first payment to be made on the First Day of May next ensuing the Date of  the said Deed of Release. Which said Deeds of Lease and Relelase were duly perfected on the said thirtieth and thirty first Days of December one thousand seven hundred and twenty six. . WITNESS: William CHURCH of Coleraine, Co. Londonderry, Gent; John DOWNING of City of Dublin, Gent; Henry ARKWRIGHT, City of Dublin.

NOTE: Lieut. Thomas Ball, of Fleetwood's Regt., , the father of John BALL, received grants of land in several counties of Ireland, which were confirmed under the Act of Settlement. In Crickstown, barony of Ratoath, he received "a mansion house, orchard, garden, and groves,''. They were same BALL family with leases at Urker and elsewhere in Creggan Parish. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

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35309

Buckley, Henry

Dublin

1727 Jul 6

CROSSWAITHE-BUCKLEY

Henry BUCKLEY, land in Blind Quay. NOTE: Not the BUCKLEY who married Abigail JACKSON.

 

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465

35317

JACKSON, Margaret

Dublin

1727 Jul 5

Thomas COGAN, a taylor, to Margaret JACKSON, widow, both of Dublin City of tenement in which Richard GLOVER dwelt, and ground yard backside, on east side of Pembrooke Court "Globe Alley" St. Maryborough (pa), Dublin city, for lives of Thomas COGAN, his wife Mary & Robert BACKSION, perukemaker  at rents as mentioned, for ever.

 

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474

35340

JACKSON, James & Elizabeth

Dublin

1724 Jul 30-31

FARRELL-FARRELL 1708-1738 JACKSON & ROSCOMMON1708-1729

Between James FARRELL of Cooltimore, Co. Sligo, Gent of 1st part & James FARRELL of City of Dublin, Esq of other part & release being Quinquepartite & made between James JACKSON, City of Dublin, Gent of 1st part Elizabeth JACKSON spinster, daughter of the said James JACKSON of the 2nd part. Said James JACKSON of Cooltimore of 3rd part ... Randal DONALDSON. NOTE: James JACKSON of Oxmantown had a daughter Elizabeth who married a James FARRELL.

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52

502

35465

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1727 Jul 8

Thomas DIXON of Dublin, Mathmatical instrument maker & executor foWilliam DIXON, James JACKSON was second party re: of parcel of ground on Barry St in Oxmantown + piece of ground on Whinery's Ally near Barry street from 25 July inst during residue of terms of 70 & 61 yrs and at rents recited.

 

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32

34285

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1726 Mar 23

JACKSON-JACKSON Book Index 1708-1729

Wm JACKSON Liberty of Donore, Co. Dublin Gent of 1 pt; Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff, Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore, Dublin, tanner of the other pt.  Wm JACKSON in consid of 220 pounds pd by Robert JACKSON transferred slip of land near Crooked Staff bounded as follows: on the East joining to another holding of Robert JACKSON deceased in partly  with the holding of of Edward COLGAN on the West. Partly to the holding of Timothy EMERSON and partly with the holding of David CARTON on the North fronting Cork Street and on the shouth  fronting Chambers Street and containing in breadth to the front of Cork St 28 ft or thereabouts and in breadth in front Chambers St. 38 ft or thereabouts  except the gateway as it was then leading  in the of said Robert JACKSON dec’d other holding and in length from North to South  218 feet or thereabouts on that end the said piece of Ground near Chambers St the said Robert JACKSON dec’d had one new large dwelling  house on the other and fronting  Corke St. James WHITELL carpenter tenant to the said Robert JACKSON dec’d  had built one other new large dwelling house… To hold for the lives of John SHAW, Henry SHAW & Ralph CARD. WITNESSES: Boyde & John SHAW of City of Dublin. SEE: Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff - Descendants.

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205

35098

BROWNE

Dublin & DOwn

1727 Jun 17

DONALDSON-DAWSON

BROWNE, Benj-DAWSON

Robert DONALDSON of City of Dublin & Benjamin BROWNE of Castlehill, Co. Down, Gent, of 1 pt; Thomas DAWSON of Gilford, Esq. Of Co. Down of the other pt….all that part of Castlehill of Dromaran … life of Arabella Susanna – wife of George JOHNSTON.

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53

399

36085

BROWNE

Mayo

1708-1729

BINGHAM, Henry S. –BROWNE

Henry BINGHAM of Newbrooke, Co. Mayo & James BROWN of City of Dublin…

1

53

500

36634

HUTCHESON

Dublin

1708-1729

ADAIR-HUTCHESON

Land next to meeting place, Dublin. Not of interest

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54

257

35635

JACKSON, John

Rosscommon

1727 Aug 30

TEW Book Index 1708-1729

John JACKSON of Roscrea in Co Rosscommon, Woolcomber granted to David TEW of City of Dublin Merchant plot of land in Roscrea where Terence KINEs forge formerly stood being in possession of John QUINNs late holding…description of property… for lives of said John JACKSON & Rose JACKSON, his wife & Thomas MEAGHER 3rd son of Mr John MEAGHER of Inan in the Lordship of Roscrea

 

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12

35685

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1727 Sep 7

CROWTHER et al – JACKSON

Memorial of lease BTW Joshua CROWTHER of City of Dublin Brewer and Elizabeth JOHNSON wife of Mr. JOHNSON of same City Mariner which said Elizabeth was formerly married to Josua CROWTHER late of the same City carpenter deceased of 1 pt & Thomas JACKSON of same city merchant…. Said CROWTHER & Elizabeth JOHNSON did demise to Thomas JACKSON all that lot or piece of land situate on the North side of Polebegg St in the Liberties of the City of Dublin.in breadth to the front of the street 17’ and the same breadth in the rear and in depth from front to rear 56’ or thereabouts bounded on the East and West  to two other lots of ground the same day let to the said Thomas JACKSON on the North to Casper White’s yard and on the South to the said Street together with all Waller Buildings and other Improvements … rent of one peppercorn

 

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12

35686

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1727 Sep 7

CROWTHER et al – JACKSON

SEE: 55-12-35685

 

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13

35687

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1727 Sep 7

CROWTHER et al - JACKSON SEE: 55-12-35685

 

55

14

35688

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1727 Sep 7

CROWTHER et al – JACKSONSEE: 55-12-35685

 

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125

36192

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin

1727 Nov 13

JACKSON-RUSSELL Book Index 1708-1729

Henry JACKSON Cordwainer of City of Dublin set to Christopher RUSSELL of same City Surgeon tenement on East side of Cow Lane in the Liberties of the said City of Dublin bounded on the North to land belonging to the said Lansboroughs, in possession of Mr MUSGRAVE bricklayer or his undertenants on the east to a stable belonging to Thomas COOKE a scrivener in the possession of John GIBBS on the south to the holding known by the sign of the Black Lyon and on the west to Cow Lane aforesaid.

 

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389

37423

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1728, Apr 19

JACKSON-CORNEILLE Book Index 1708-1729

Mortgage between Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin, merchant of the one part & CORNEILLE of Dublin Esq. Of the other part. Mortaged for [pounds] 100 to John CORNEILLE land on the north side of Polebegg St(?) 17’8”X1’8” & front to rear 56’. Terms of 37 years (also involves leases of Joshua CROWTHER & Elizabeth JOHNSON) Witness: Benjamin JOHNSTON.

 

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94

37102

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1727 Mar 3

Richard PATESON of City of Dublin Merchant & Thomas JACKSON, merchant in Dublin bought house known as “Tea Tubb” PATESON to Thomas JACKSON – they joined in a partnership. WITNESS: James THOMPSON, City of Dublin, bookseller.

 

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142

37323

JACKSON,

Thomas

Dublin

1728 Nov 2

JOHNSTON Book Index 1708-1729

Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin, merchant assigned ₤23.10 indenture to Benjamin JOHNSTON, Gent of City of Dublin land on Jervis Quay and Bachelors Walk 21’X75’ and one lot 21’X69’ for 150 pounds JACKSON assigned to JOHNSTON… Elizabeth JOHNSTON als CROWTHER.

 

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171

37456

SALE, John

Dublin

Leitrim

1728 Mar 28

Image 94

BTW John SALE of Dublin Esq. & Elizabeth his wife widow & relict of Coll. Francis GORE deceased and Francis GORE of same City Gent second son of the said Coll Francis GORE of the 1st pt & Tabitha BROWNE of City of London Spinster of 2nd pt. and John TWIGGE of City of Dublin Merch of 3rd pt. … sell of lands of CO. Leitrim mentioned in other deeds.

 

56

498

38909

JACKSON,

Thomas

Dublin

1720 Oct 25

CARMICHAEL Book Index 1708-1729

Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin, merchant … land on north side of Polebeg St., City of Dublin ₤40.00 indented to Colin CARMICHAEL, Dublin merchants

 

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508

38963

JACKSON,

Thomas

Dublin

1728 Oct 26

JOHNSTON Book Index 1708-1729

Thomas JACKSON Dublin merchant to JOHNSTON mtg land at Jervis Quay, Bachelors Walk

 

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46

37131

BIRCH

Kings

1708-1729

BIRCH-WHITE Henry BIRCH 

of Kings Co. ... demised land in Dublin to James WHITE WITNESS: Richard BIRCH brother of Henry.

 

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48

37164

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1727 Mar 11

Thomas CARRICK, Watchmaker Only Protestant son & Heir of Markes CARRICK, Cordwainer, deceased of Dublin City, by Mary TAYLOR als CARRICK als EUSTACE; of Dublin city to Mary TAYLOR als CARRICK als EUSTACE of one full half of Cappoges in Castleknock (pa) Dublin [380 acres profitable land plantation measure] near Tinglass (Ringlass, Parish of Castleknock, Co. ?), then in possess'n of Mr. Treastrum [aka Tristram?] FORTICK, sadler & Widow FLODDY to hold from the death of sd Mary EUSTACE for 99 years at £3 15s. 5p ster. If James JACKSON, Gent of Dublin City after the death of Mary EUSTACE is disturbed in full enjoyment of premises, Thomas CARRICK to grant him rent charge of £15 out of Blundelltowne & Killmatatway. Registrar: William PARRY. Witnesses: Charles MEARES, notary public og Dublin City & Gabriel WHARTON apprentice to MEARES; of Dublin city

 Thanks to notes by Mike Stewart.

 

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110

37511

GILLMER

Armagh

1727 Apr 1

MAXWELL to GILLMER 1708-1738 Lisdoran

Rev. Dr. Robert MAXWELL of Farnan, Cavan to James GILMER of Magnuny, Parish of Tynan, Armagh, Gent for lives of Berry MAXWELL (son of John MAXWELL of Dublin City, Esq.); & Robert GILMER. WITNESSES: John ELLIOT of Fellows Hall, Armagh, Gent; John SINCLAIRE of Callidon, Tyrone, Gent; Alexander HUTCHESON of Dublin City, Gent.

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180

37906

SALE, John

Dublin

Leitrim

1728 May 28

Image 104

BTW John SALE of City of Dublin Esq & Elizabeth his wife of 1 pt & Henry GORE son of Elizabeth of the other part. Reciting that when the said Elizabeth was married to the said Henry GOREs father Colle Francis GORE and by deed of settlement ws intitled to a jointure which after the death of said husband Colle Francis GORE she possessed the Town and Lands of Glanby containing one quarter Moyle one Cartron Gortinport als Gortinlonport and Clonine one Cartron one parcel of land called Dromore in Barony Druminhare and half Barony and half Barony of Rosscloghers in the Co. Leitrim & reciting  that whereas the reversion of the said lands belong to the said Henry GORE as Son at the request of the said Elizabeth did enter into several securities for the sum of £300 as well for the use of him the said Henry GORE as of his brother Francis GORE youngest son of the said Colle Francis GORE now the said deed witnesses that the said John SALL and Elizabeth his wife in consideration of natural love…. WITNESS: Edward SALE of City of Dublin Esq. & Magneas SYKE of City of Dublin Gent and this memorial WITNESS Henry SMITH of City of Dublin Gent.

NOTE: These lands in Co. Leitrim are mentioned in ROD:77-469-54378

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57

269

38394

JACKSON, Mary

Antrim

1728 Jun 6

WORKERMAN-DUFFIELD 1708-1738 JACKSON-DUFFIELD

Richard WORKMAN of City of Dublin goldsmith & Mary WORKMAN als JACKSON his wife of 1 pt. & George DUFFIELD of town & Co. Antrim Innkeeper of other part ... SEE: JACKSONs of Steeple.Mary WORKMAN was a granddaughter of George JACKSON (?-bef 1734) and his wife Mary of Steeple. I do not know which of their sons was her father.

 

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269

38396

JACKSON,

Mary & ors

Antrim

1728 Jul 5

WORKERMAN-DUFFIELD 1708-1738 JACKSON-DUFFIELD

Btw Richard WORKEMAN of the City of Dublin Goldsmith & Mary WORKEMAN als JACKSON his wife of the one pt & George DUFFIELD of town & Co Antrim Innkeeper of other part…. Dwelling house in Town of Antrim wherein the said George DUFFIELD lives with the shop late in possession of Arthur WHITESIDE of Antrim for natural life of Mary WORKEMAN als JACKSON. SEE: JACKSONs of Steeple.Mary WORKMAN was a granddaughter of George JACKSON (?-bef 1734) and his wife Mary of Steeple. I do not know which of their sons was her father.

 

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282

38480

BRADFORD

Tipperary

1708-1729

BRADFORD-CARLETON

BRADFORD, Mary-CARLETON

BRADFORD, Benjamin-CARLTON

Mary BRADFORD widow & administrix of Joseph BRADFORD late Lyonstown, Co. Tipperary, Gent dec’d & Benjamin BRADFORD, City of Dublin, Clothier, eldest son & heir of Joseph BRADFORD ... dec’d 13 May 1724 ... sell to John CARLETON town & lands of Black Castle & Ballyandeen .. cot 380A

 

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313

38638

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1728 Sep 2

John ARMSTRONG, Gent and Only acting & intermedling executor of Richard SPAN to Thomas JACKSON, Merchant of Dublin City of lot on Jervis Quay at Batchellors Walk in suburbs of Dublin city (69 feet in front) adjoining other lot demised from John ARMSTRONG to Thomas JACKSON, from 24 June last past for 150 years & 3 months at £8 ster pa. Registrar: William PARRY. Witneses: Pollex SEN Esq. of Dublin City; Thomas JOHNSTON, Notary Public of Dublin City and his clerk Thomas RICE.

Thanks to notes by Mike Stewart.

 

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317

38666

JACKSON, Wm Rev

Dublin

1728 Aug 4

Oxmantown, Lease & release btw Esther RUSSELL of the City of Dublin widow and relict of James RUSSELL late of the same City of Dublin deceased Gent of the 1 pt  & Rev. William JACKSON of the same City Clerke & Rev. John OWEN of Bovevagh in Diocese of Derry clerke of the other part… tripartite deed … lots of lands in Clonfeel Co Tyrone… three page memorial

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74

38637

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1728, Sep 9

John ARMSTRONG, Gent, Only acting executor of Will of Richard SPAN, Esq. late of Dublin; Dublin city to Thomas JACKSON, Merchant of Dublin of piece of ground on Jervis Quay ats The Batchelors Walk in suburbs of Dublin city from 24 June last past for 157 years at £8 pa. Registrar: William PARRY. Witneses: Pollex SEN Esq. of Dublin City; Thomas JOHNSTON, Notary Public of Dublin City and his clerk Thomas RICE.

Thanks to notes by Mike Stewart

 

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74

38639

JACKSON, Thomas

Dublin

1728, Sep 9

John ARMSTRONG, Gent, Only acting executor of Will of Richard SPAN, Esq. late of Dublin; Dublin city to Thomas JACKSON, Merchant of Dublin of piece of ground on west side of Batchelors Lane on Jervis Quay at Batchelors Walk in suburbs of Dublin city 135x45 ft, bound on west by concerns of Walter PETERS from 24 June last past for 157 years & 3 months at £5 pa. Registrar: William PARRY. Witneses: Pollex SEN Esq. of Dublin City; Thomas JOHNSTON, Notary Public of Dublin City and his clerk Thomas RICE.

Thanks to notes by Mike Stewart.

 

58

278

39498

 

Armagh

Dublin

Kildare

Roscommon

1717 Jan 15

From Eustace Wills 396 MOLYNEAUX (MOLYNEUX), SAMUEL, parish of St. George, Hanover Sq., Middlesex, secretary to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. 15 Jan. 1717. Narrate, part in full, 1 p., 23 Dec. 1728. My wife the Lady Elizabeth Diana Capel(l) als. Molyneux, extx. My marriage settlement 2 April 1717. Real estate in Counties Armagh, Kildare and Roscommon. Lands etc. in Oxmantown, Dublin, Mr Butler, lessee. Witnesses: George Saville, Gray's Inn, Middlesex, Esq., John Eckersall, St. James's House, Westminster, Esq., secretary to Her Majesty, Jeremiah Prat and Thos. Brady, then clerk to testator. Memorial witnessed by : John Eckersall, Mathew Lamb, Lincoln's Inn, Co. Middlesex, gent. 58, 278, 39498 E. D. Molyneux (seal) 397

 

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394

39904

JACKSON,

Thomas

Dublin

1728 Feb 10

JOHNSTON Book Index 1708-1729

Thomas JACKSON, Merchant of Dublin City to Benjamin JOHNSTON, Gent of Dublin City for £50 piece of grnd on Jervis Quay at Batchelors Walk in subs of Dublin city 21'3" x75 bnd by grnd dem. by John ARMSTRONG , Gent, Only acting executor of Will of Richard SPAN, Esq. late of Dublin; to Thomas JACKSON & by concerns of Walter PETERS on the west + plot of grnd on sd Jervis Quay 21'3" & 63 " bnd on East by Batchelors Land as dem. by John ARMSTRONG to Thomas JACKSON  - from 24 June 1728, to hold for remainder, subj to redemption. Discharged 4 Apr 1729. Registrar: William PARRY. Witnesses: Thomas RICE and Thomas MONTAGUE, both clerks to JOHNSTON. Thanks to notes by Mike Stewart.

 

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519

40351

JACKSON, William

Tipperary

1728 Sep 23

JACKSON-VICKERS Book Index 1708-1729

Rev. William JACKSON of Clonmell, Co. Tipperary to Jeremiah VICARS, Co. Dublin, Tanner of holding & tan yard wherein Robert JACKSON, deceased formerly lived, in Crooked Staff in Liberties of Thomas Court & Donore Dublin as Robert JACKSON formerly enjoyed and as Jeremiah VICARS now held, plus outhouses gardens yards backsides for 61 years from 25 March last at £40 7s. Pa

Thanks to notes above by Mike Stewart.

Rev. William JACKSON of Clonmell, Co. Tipperary to Jeremiah VICARS, Co. Dublin, Tanner. Crooked Staff in Liberty of Thomas Court and Donore, Dublin where Robert JACKSON lived. NOTE: One of the daughters of Robert JACKSON married Jeremiah VICARS. SEE: Jacksons of Crooked Staff.

See: Jackson of Pimlico.

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28

39235

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin & Kilkenny

1728 Jul 5

Plunkett PLUNKETT, Esq. of Rathbeil Dublin, to Henry JACKSON, Cordwainer of Dublin City of Flemingstowne & subdivision thereon "Weatherstown" then in tenure of Martin GRANT & James GRANT, 1 May then last past, for lives of Henry JACKSON, Margaret JACKSON & Thomas JACKSON, renewable for ever, £80 ster pa 1st yr, £100 afterwards, £20 fine on renewal. Deputy Registrar: William PARRY. WITNESSES: Daniel McDANIEL, drawer to Laughlin KEIGH, Vintner of Dublin City & William MUNKITTRICK [M`KITTRICK, clerk to John SMITH,  notary of Dublin City.

NOTE: Fanningstowne is in Co. Kilkenny, in the parish of Kilcoan, Barony of Ida. It is south of Carlow & close to the border of Wexford.

Thanks to Michael Stewart for notes.

 

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71

39446

JACKSON,

Thomas

Dublin

1728 Dec 14

BILLING Book Index 1708-1729

Dublin merchant, mtg Batchelors walk in suburbs of Dublin

Thomas JACKSON, merchant of Dublin to Robert BILLING, jeweller of Dublin of 2 plots demised him by John ARMSTRONG, Gent, then only intermeddlling exec'r of Richard SPAN, late of Dublin city; dec'd,  2 Sep last past, 157 yrs 3 mos, rents ment'd: 1 on Jervis Quay ats Batchelors Walk, subs Dublin city (21'3"x25' bnd by gr'nd demised by John ARMSTRONG to Thomas JACKSON and by gr'nd of Walter PETERS; 2nd plot on same. Deputy Registrar: William PERRY. Witnessese: Benjamin JOHNSTON, notary public of Dublin City & Thomas MONTGOMERY, clerk to Benjamin JOHNSTON.

Thanks to Michael Stewart for notes.

 

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198

40059

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1728 Mar 6

SHERIDAN-JACKSON

For £100, Rev. Thomas SHERIDAN of Dublin City to Rev. William JACKSON, of St John the Evangelist parish, Dublin city, Trustee for the poor boys of the parish, of Enaugh als Enagh in Co Cavan [67ac2r22p] for 99 years 1 peppercorn rent pa, void on repayment to Rev. William JACKSON of £100 + £6 and 10s ster per Hundred, pa, on 5 March 1729. Deputy Registrar: William PARRY. WITNESSES: Charles PHIPPS, Gent of Dublin City; William HALE, Gent of Dublin City; Richard BARTLETT, clerk to William HALE. Thanks to Michael Stewart for notes.

 

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308

40633

SALE, John & Elizabeth

Leitrim

Dublin

1729 May 17

Image 163

John SALE of Dublin Esq. & Elizabeth SALE als GORE his wife of one pt & Tabitha BROWNE of City of London in Great Britain, spinster of the other part. Reciting … lands in Co. Leitrim … witness: Edwrd COCKRAN of City of London Merchant Edward DROMGOOLE of Newry, Co. Down Merchant and Manuel COMYN of City of Dublin Gent.

 

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316

40680

JACKSON,

Nathaniel

Queens & Dublin

1729 May 21

JACKSON-HANDCOCK Book Index 1708-1729

Nathaniel JACKSON, merchant of Queens Co. to Joseph HANDCOCK, linen Draper of Dublin City of Drinagh Gorran [Garoon, Garrone, Parish Rosnallis, Queens] in Rossanalis (pa) Queens in possess'n of Erasmus JACKSON + Derrapaloney Clonaghgallagh in possess'n of Erasmus JACKSON, son of Robert JACKSON situate in North part of Derrygale  [1882r30p] + 200 acres of Bog in patent of Corporation of Gloster for lives of Nathaniel JACKSON, John JACKSON, sons of Robert JACKSON & Robert JACKSON, farmer of Mountmelick, Queens; dec'd for ever to hold unto Joseph HANCOCK in trust for Timothy FERRES, merchant of Dublin City but redeemable on payment of £756

Thanks to Michael Stewart for notes. SEE: Quaker Jacksons in Ireland.

 

59

330

40753

McCULLAGH

Antrim

Armagh

Tyrone

1729 Jun 5

John McCULLOCH to WILKINSHAW1708-1729

Btw John McCULLOCH eldest son & heir of Henry McCULLOCH late of Feiony [?] of Toome Co Antrim Esq. deceased of the 1 part & James WALKINSHAW of Tonaghmore, Co. Armagh Gent of the other part & John MOFFIT of the City of Dublin Gent of the 3rd pt  in consid of 660 pounds released to John WALKINSHAW all that the towns and lands of Drumond and Drumhubart lying in the Manor of Castestewart, Barony of Dungannon, Co. Tyrone

 

59

399

41068

OATES

Antrim

Dublin

1729 Jul 2

Whereby Henry CLOSE and John BLIZARD Execuors of the last will of Thomas OATES late of Lisburn, Surgeon desceased in consid of 2s pd by Sarah OATES spinster of City of Dublin .. tenement on west side of Big Ship Street Dublin

 

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431

41229

JACKSON,

Thomas

Dublin

1729, July 1

WHITE Book Index 1708-1729

Dublin merchant signed over houses including one house late in possession of Rev. William JACKSON.

Thomas JACKSON, Merchant of Dublin City for £132 18s. 9p unto Caspar WHITE, Merchant of Dublin City a lot of ground let him by Plunkett PLUNKETT, containing a number of houses, 1 being in possess's of Thomas JACKSON bnd by dwelling house of Richard MEREDITH, 1 house late in possession of Rev. William JACKSON, 1 house adjoinging now in tenure of John MADDEN, 1 house lately in tenure of Richard CO___, Apothocary + lot of ground let by Henry SEAGRAVE, Esq all in Dublin city, for terms as held by Thomas JACKSON subject to redemption. Deputy Registrar: William PARRY. WITNESSES: Alexander CARROLL, Merchant, Dublin City; James PLUNKETT, clerk to Alexander CARROLL. Thanks to Michael Stewart for notes.

 

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120

40155

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1728 Jan 28

Mary McCULLOCH to THIMMIN 1708-1729

Image 364

BTW Mary McCULLACH of City of Dublin, widow of 1 pt & Nicholas SHIMMIN of Dublin Cordwainer. Reciting lease of Francis WEMYS City of Dublin Esq…. land on North side of Great Britain St.als Ballyboghlane 22’ in front 150’ in depth … for lives of Mary McCULLOCH, Margaret McCULLOUCH and Mary McCULLOUCH (presumably the latter two are her daughters)

 

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138

40234

JACKSON,

Thomas

Dublin

1728 Apr 4

D’APREMONT Book Index 1708-1729

Dublin merchant to Honorable Brigadier Francis D’APREMONT – Jarvis Quay

JACKSON-APREMONT. Pieces of adjoining ground on Jervis Quay als Batchellors Walke in suburbs of Dublin city [21' 3"x75' + 21' 3"x69'] bnd by holdings of Mr. Walter PETERS on west of first mentioned, as demised to Thomas JACKSON, merchant of Dublin City by John ARMSTRONG, Gent for 17 yrs 3 months from 24 June 1727, now made over to Honorable Brigadier Francis D’APREMONT for £200 for residue of terms redeemable on repayment + interest. Deputy Registrar: William PARRY. WITNESSES: Thomas MONTGOMERY, & Thomas RICE clerks to Benjamin JOHNSTON; Benjamin JOHNSTON, notary public of Dublin. Thanks to Michael Stewart for notes.

 

60

354

41819

JACKSON, Henry

Dublin & Kildare

1729 Jul 12

TAYLOR Book Index 1708-1729

Henry JACKSON, farmer of Blackall, Co. Kildare to John TAYLOR, Brewer of Dublin City of sd lands for remainder of term, void on repayment of £68 ster + interest. In 1712 June 11, Murrough BOYLE, Rt. Hon Lord Viscount Blessington to Henry JACKSON part  of Blackall in Co Kildare, then in possess'n of Henry JACKSON on road from Rathmore to Ballymore Eustace, bnd by lands of Punchestown and of Walshestowne, Royalties & cert'n Rights excepted, 24 years at £8 ster pa.Deputy Registrar: William PARRY. WITNESSES: William MUNKITTRICK & Robert BOYTON, Clerk to BOYLE & John SMITH, public notary of Dublin City. Thanks to Michael Stewart for notes. Walshestown, Parish Tipperkervin; Punchestown Great to the west of Blackhall, Parish Rathmore, Barony North Naas.

 

60

481

42052

O’HARA

Armagh

1729 Dec 2

STEWART-O’HARA Forkhill

Image 556

BTW Archibald STEWART of City of Dublin of 1 pt & Henry O’HARA of Crebilly, Co. Antrim Esq. of the other.Reciting that the said Archbishop STEWART has exhibited a Bill in High Court of Chancery …founded on the Acts to prevent the further growth of popery as a Protestant Discoverer against the said Henry OHARA Charles O’NEILL of Edenduffe Carrick in Co. Antrim Esq. Richard HOPSON Esq. William CASSLE James McCORMICK Arthur MAGENIS Daniel MAKEY the Rt Hon BRINSLEY and others therein named to be decreed to the Mannor of Forkhill Co. Armagh on a lease made to the said Charles O’HARA in trust for Tully O’NEILL deceased and Arthur MAGENIS of Carbragh Co. Down and for recovery of several Lands Tenements and Hereditaments of Dicomed, Letallian and Corbally agreed to be devised in Lease to Edward TRAVER deceased, to Neal MAKEY and Constantine MAGENNIS both deceased and by them assigned to one CADOLE in trust for the said Tully O’NEILL and also to recover the several lands in Co. Leitrim… granted in lease by Rt Hon Lord CONWAY to Charles O’HARA for a number of years and at a yearly rent contrary to the said Acts of Parliament in trust for said Tully O’NEILL who always was a papist … and the said Bill is also to recover the benefit of certain lands to be demised to Tully O’NEILL who always by the said Richard HOPSON & Elizabeth his wife … contrary to the true intent of said Acts of Parliament [… much more legal detail] WITNESS: Henry O’NEILL of Church Street in Suburbs of City of Dublin merchant & Charles O’DONNELL servant to said Henry O’HARA & Thomas RINGWOOD of City of Dublin

 

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48

40594

BRADFORD

Dublin

1729 May 16

BRADFORD, Wm-RIKY1708-1729

William BRADFORD then in Chambers in Co Dublin Clothier to Alexander RICKEY Clothier in Co Dublin… witnessed by Benjamin BRADFORD of Co Dublin Clothier dwelling house in Chamber St…

 

61

155

40941

JACKSON, Robert

Lancashire & Meath

1729 Jun 21

JACKSON-MEREDITH Book Index 1708-1729

Rev. Robert JACKSON of Tatham of Co Lancaster in Kingdom of Great Britain of 1 pt & Thomas MEREDYTH of Newtown, Co. Meath…. Transfer of land called Reisk 50 A bordering on Carloandstowne also 25a in Island of Emloguh together with bog and all appertenances for term of 31 years at rent of 40 pounds. WITNESS: Francis NORTH of City of Dublin & Wm FORSTER clk to NORTH. NOTE: These are some of the lands held by Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706). See also: ROD: 339-371-229119. 1781 Sep 7. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

16d

61

246

41242

HAWKINS

Carlow

 

HEWETSON-HAWKINS NOTES in 2009 diary 1708-1738 Ballyboly Boly, Old Leighlin, Killenane,

Between Lucy HEWETSON, City of Dublin, Widow for £140 paid by William HAWKINS of Dublin, Gent made over to William HAWKINS “all that and those the Castletown & lands of Ballynabolly als Bolyfeit in Parish of Killenane in Lordship of Old Leighlin, Co. Carlow. Containing 218 acres ... for 21 years.

 

61

509

42248

JOHNSTON

Down

1722 Nov 6

JOHNSTON - JOHNSON   

Richard JOHNSTON of Ballywellur Co Down Gent of 1 pt & William JOHNSTON of City of Dublin Attorney of the other pt. Richard JOHNSTON only son & heir of William JOHNSTON deceased… lands of Dromiller Barony Lower Iveagh Co Down…Richard JOHNSTON & Atcheson JOHNSTON two sons of William JOHNSTON

16d

62

272

42837

JACKSON

Down

1729 Aug 12

BLACKWOOD-JACKSON

Lease btw James BLACKWOOD of City of Dublin Esq. and James JACKSON of Ballywooley, Co. Down, Gent. In consid of 652 pounds sterling.. lands of Ballwooly als Ballywoolie in his actual possession 142 acres Barony of Castlereagh, Co Down all the great and small Rectorial and Vicaral Tythes. WITNESSED: James STEPHENSON of Killyleagh Esq. Hugh GILLESPIE of Cherryvalley, both of Co. Down & Robert GRAGER servant to James BLACKWOOD

 

62

397

43370

COULTER, James

Dublin

1728 Jun 19

COULTER-McELVER 1730-1745 (Initially I had it as Book 42 – in error)

COULTER-McEVERS NOTES in 2009 diary 1730-1745

James COULTER of Dublin Gent demised to Charles McEVERS of Dublin, carpenter … tenement in Duke Street, Dublin; rent to Richard NIXON for 99 years.

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63

77

42733

JACKSON, Robert

PIPPARD

Dublin

1729 Feb 28

JACKSON-PIPPARD Book Index 1708-1729

A Memorial of a certain Deed Poll bearing date the twenty fifth day of February 1729 whereby the Revd Robert JACKSON Rector of Fatham of Lancashire did agree with all covenants speed to perfect a lease to John PIPPARD of the City of Dublin Esq. Of Castletownmoore and the land thereunto belonging with all its appurtenance in as full and ample manner as then enjoyed by the present tenant Matthew BARNWELL Esq. For the term of 31 years  ... for the yearly rent of £80... to which said deed Poll Richard JACKSON of the City of Dublin Esq. By virtue of a power or authority from the said Robert JACKSON recited in the deed poll hath subscribed the name  and affixed the seal of the said Robert JACKSON and the said John PIPPARD hath subscribed his name  and affixed his seal in the presence of Charles HIGGINS of the City of Dublin Gent and James GILLESPIE Servant to the said Richard JACKSON and this Memorial inspected by  the said John PIPPARD in the presence of  Charles HIGGINs & Benjamin JOHNSTON Public Notary in the City of Dublin.  Etc. Benjamin Johnston was my 5x g.grandfather we don't know much about him except that he was a Notary Public in round about the 1720s in Dublin. He lost his first wife and all their 5 children, he then married Mary Weld, my 5x g.grandmother,  and went on to have at least 9 more children. Email Sally Lloyd Mar 2, 2009 NOTE: I suspect that Rev. Robert JACKSON of Tatham aka Totham, Lancashire is likely a son of Rev. Leonard JACKSON. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine

 

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144

42992

JACKSON,

Michael

Dublin

1730 Apr 4

WRIGHTSON Book Index 1730-45

BTW Michael JACKSON Clothier of City of Dublin  & Edward WRIGHTSON of same City Carpenter… property on Boot Lane in Parish of Michan in the suburbs of City of Dublin for 41 years….. See: Jackson of Pimlico.

NOTE: The JACKSON Names index shows Lettice JACKSON – WOGAN for this deed. This seems to indicate a connection to the Lisburn JACKSONs.

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63

268

43498

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1730 May 30

RUMMAGE-JACKSON

Btw John RUMMAGE of City of Dublin Cordwainer of 1st part & Rev. Dr William JACKSON Minister of the Parish of St Johns Dublin of the 2nd… lots of other names … land that fronts Crockers Lane… backwards to Meeting House Lane… marriage Thomas RUMMAGE & Ann GASS…

 

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106

42833

JACKSON, William

Londonderry 

1729 Mar 9

JACKSON-ROWE Book Index 1708-1729

Btw William JACKSON of Forthwilliam, Parish of Killeronaghan, Co Londonderry of 1 pt & Simon ROWE Clke, Rector of  Parish of Ballynascreen in said Co.  of other pt. for £350 lands near Ballynascreen. One of the witnesses was Clarke JACKSON of Fortwilliam, Co Derry, Gent. & John DOWNING of City of Dublin, Gent.. SEE: Jacksons of Tobermore.

 

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166

43263

JACKSON, William

Kings.

1730 Apr 30

HOWARD Book Index 1730-45 Barony of Clunliske,

 Btw Thomas BALDWIN of Curraghlaney Kings Co Esq 7 John EYRE of Eyre Court Co Galway Esq of 1st pt William JACKSON & Frances EYRE only daughter of George EYRE late of Eyre Court, deceased of 2nd pt & Samuel HOWARD of City of Dublin Esq of 3rd pt lots of lands in Barony of Clunliske, Kings Co. for remainder of term of 500 years for sum of £3,000… See JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

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213

43516

JACKSON, Henry

Kildare

1730 Jun 3

Book Index 1730-45 Ofberstown

JACKSON-CAIRNS

Refers to lease 20 Mar 1716 made btw Rev. William JACKSON of the one pt & Henry JACKSON Senior of Ofberstown [aka Osberstown] Co Kildare of the other part. Whereby the said William JACKSON did demise and set unto the said Henry JACKSON senior that part Ofberstown then in the possession of the said Henry JACKSON containing by estimation sixty seven acres or thereabouts more or less with  the appurtenances  To hold during the Natural Lives of him the said Henry JACKSON senior, Henry JACKSON jr. and Anthony JACKSON the latter being sons of the said Henry JACKSON… Henry JACKSON jr for £40 assigned to Robert CAIRNS part of Ofbertstown…WITNESSES: William TOOLE and James GODDARD of Dublin Gent.

 

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145

45521

SALE, John

Dublin

Leitrim

1730 Nov 28

Image 383

Lease and release btw John SALE of City of Dublin Esq. & Elizabeth his wife widow and relict of Collo Francis GORE. Henry GORE of the same City Gent Eldest son & heir of said Collo Francis GORE deceased and Francis GORE of the same place Gent 2nd son of Collo Francis GORE deceased of the one part. Tabitha BROWNE of City of London Spinster of the other part. Whereby John SALE Elizabeth his wife Henry GORE & Francis GORE … confirmed to Tabitha BROWN  all that and those the Town & Villages Hamletts and Lands Tenements and Heritement of Glanboy & Quarter Town Moyle one Cartron Hartfort als Hortenlongport & Cloonine One Cartron one parcel of land called Drumore all situated and being in the Barony of Drumaheir & half Barony of Rosselogher  Co. Leitrim in as large and as beneficial a manner as the same was sold & conveyed to said Collo Francis GORE deceased with the reversion & reversions …. Deed of release … redemption of said premises on payment of sum of £450 and interest therof to the said Tabitha BROWN her heirs and assigns … WITNESS: William ROUND of City of London Esq. Rd DARCRES Clk to said Mr William ROUND Thomas WOULF of City of Dublin Merchant & William SALE of the same Gent.

 

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45793

JACKSON, William Rev.

Dublin

1731 Apr 12

Rev. William JACKSON of St. John’s Dublin, trustee of Thomas PROBY, deceased.

 

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224

45930

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1731 May 22

FITZGERALD Book Index 1730-45

Rev. William JACKSON was a trustee along with John GRATTEN & Brent SMITH Esq for Elinor NICHOLLS daughter of Thomas PROBY surgeon late of Dublin.

 

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467

47602

JACKSON, Hannah & William

Wicklow

1731 Jul4

Hannah JACKSON of Gibbstowne, wife of William JACKSON, farmer of Co. Wicklow witnessed will of Matthew FRENCH, Ballyhubbock, Co. Wicklow, gent.

From Eustace: 454 FRENCH, MATHEW, Ballyhubbock, Co. Wicklow, gent. 4 July 1731. Narrate, \ p., 12 Feb. 1731/32. Wife Betty French. His daughters Mary Catherine and Alice French. His daughter Harriott Elizabeth and his son William. His son Richard French. Richard Vincent, New Abbey, Esq. Alderman Humphrey French, Dublin. Doohatt, Killerlahard, Derrycoiby, Killturk, Lebinch and Downady als. Derrygenedy with the woods growing thereon, Co. Fermanagh. Killduffekeeny, Shankhorne and Derryneglish, Co. Cavan, The farm rent out of lands of Dromgoole and Drumrean, Co. Fermanagh. His house in High Street [? Dublin]. His three lots in Oxmantown [? Dublin]. Witnesses: John Goodwin, Saunders Grove, gent., Malcolm McManus, Castlerudery, farmer, and Hanah Jackson, Gibbstowne, wife of William Jackson, farmer, all in Co. Wicklow. Memorial witnessed by : John Goodwin, and Bartholomew Delandre clerk to William Parry, public notary in Dublin. 66, 467, 47602 Rich. Vincent (seal)

 

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76

45360

JACKSON, Richard

Kilkenny

Dublin

1730 Feb 23

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

Image 45

John BALL of Three Castles in Co. Kilkenny Esq. & Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin, Esq. John BALL and wife Dorothy sold to JACKSON towns and lands of Bannanaugh commonly called and known by the name of Three Castles lying in the Co. Kilkenny … 449 acres for pmt of £1000 & interest WITNESS John HAMILTON of City of Dublin, Gold Smith & John DOWNING of City of Dublin, gent. SEE: JACKSONs of Coleraine. Except for mention of Richard JACKSON Looks the same as: ROD 65- 274-45475

 

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86

45392

BRADFORD

Dublin

1729 Dec 17

BRADFORD, W,-CROSBIE1730-1745

Lease btw Jane MORRIS of Dublin, widow relict & admin of ... John MORRIS of same City Esq. Dec’d . William BRADFORD of said city chourgn [surgeon] and Ffrance Anne BRADFORD alias MORRIS his wife and Jane MORRIS of the same city spinster which said France Anne and Jane are the only children and co-heiresses of the said John MORRIS ... lots of details & other names ...for payment of debts to ye value contracted by Samuel MORRIS during the late Troubles in this Kingdom....

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67

121

45529

JACKSON,

Michael

Dublin

1730 Mar 31

GAMBLE Book Index 1730-45

Michael JACKSON of Plimlicoe Clothier demised to Thomas GAMBLE of Cork St Co Dublin, Linnen Weaver land on the north side of Mill race in Marrow Lane in Liberty of Thomas Court and County of said city of Dublin south to the Mill race fronting Marrowbone Lane and the other fronting Tenter Lane for lives of Isaac ROBERTS son of Roger ROBERTS of Thomas Court and Donore farmer Mary ROBERTS granddaughter of Roger ROBERTS & Lydie ROBERTS 2nd daughter of the said Isaac ROBERTS…. See: Jacksons of Pimlico. SEE: ROD 77 105 52977

 

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186

45822

JACKSON, Richard

Dublin

1731 May 13

GODFREY-JACKSON Bk 423  1708-1738 Londonderry & Coleraine

Btw Lieut William GODFREY of the Hon Col HOWARD’s Regiment of foot of the one part & Richard JACKSON of the City of Dublin Esq. of the other pt.  150 pounds paid to GODFREY for lease of Drommore als Drumore situate in territory Ballibette or Portion of land called Moytullagh, Co. Londonderry. WITNESS: Alexander McCAULEY of City of Dublin Esq. & James SAUNDERS clerk to Richard PREST of same city. See JACKSONs of Coleraine.

 

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257

46104

JACKSON, Thomas & ors

Dublin

1731 May 24

JACKSON-D’APPREMONT Book Index1730-1745

 Thomas JACKSON, City of Dublin re: two lots of land at Jervis Quay

 

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363

46431

JACKSON

Dublin & Carlow & Kildare

1731 Jul 31

ROSE-JACKSON

Image 190

Sarah ROSE of City of Dublin spinster of 1st pt & David SYMES of Catherlough, Co. Catherlogh, Gent of 2nd pt & Josiah JACKSON of Glasshely, Co. Kildare Gent & Stephen WARD of City of Dublin Gent of the 3rd pt. reciting that a marriage was to be had  btw Sara ROSE and David SYMES… sum of ten shillings  for the said Sarah ROSE paid by Josiah JACKSON & Stephen WARD, ROSE sold plot of land on the west side of the road or passage leading from Essex St to Essex Bridge Dublin  part of the ground formerly called by the name  of Alderman Lovett’s Garden containing in breadth in the Front to the said to the said road or passage from south to North including the wall of the River Liffey 23 foot more or less… much more description of parcels contiguous and part of this. WITNESS: Henry BUCKLEY.

 

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442

46722

HALL

Armagh

1731 Jun 19

HALL-HALL Lattskalgatt, Liscalgeth, Lissera, Lisserae, Ballynaghy, Ballynagher, Glassdromnaghy - B Fews

Image 230

BTW Francis BALL of Shangford [sic] Co. Down Esq. Eldest son and heir of Edward HALL late of Strangford deceased of 1 pt; Ann HALL Widow & relict of Edward HALL & mother of Francis HALL of the other. Reciting lease 1 Jan 1730 Ann HALL & Francis HALL conveyed to rev. Hugh HALL Treasurer of Armagh, Co. Armagh Clk & Heirs towns and lands of Ballynaghy, Creenenagh, Cullederry [aka Coole Derry] Dombally, Liscalgeth [aka Latskalgat]. Drumuck [aka Dromuch],  Clarinagh, Moybane, Clonleeg [aka Clonlig] Camonagh, , , Cappy, Drumbee [aka Drombo], Liscrae [aka Lissera], & Anaghgad [aka Glasdromhaghy als Anaghad] & in Barony of Fews Co. Armagh to the use of Francis HALL subject to an anuity or rent of 207 pounds to Ann HAL as also out ot the town and lands of Rossglass Barony Lecale, Co. Down to hold during her natural life payable Quarterly. WITNESS: Samuel HILL of Strangford Gent & John RONAN servant to Francis HALL. Memorial WITNESS: John RONAN and James GODDARD of City of Dublin Gent. See also: HALL-HALL Image 289 I included townland spellings from that memorial. NOTE: 1728— Hugh Hill, coll. May 16 ; installed May 21 (D.R.). T.C.D. Sch. 1720 ; B.A. 1722 ; M.A. 1725 ; B.D. and D.D. 1753.  He left his son Edward all his estate in Mounthill, Co. Armagh,

to his wife Elizabeth an annuity and a life interest in his estate at Aghoghill and the use of his Dublin house. SOURCE: Armagh clergy and parishes : being an account of the clergy of the Church of Ireland in the Diocese of Armagh, from the earliest period, with historical notices of the several parishes, churches, &c

 

67

472

46824

McCULLAGH

Dublin

Meath

1730 Sep 11

James McCULLOCH to El SHELBOURNE 1730-1745

Image 245

… James McCULLOH of City of Westminster Esq. one of the Gents of his Majesty’s Privy Chamber (one of the parties of the 1st pt) …. & Francis NORTH of Oristown Co. Meath of 4th pt Reciting L&R 10 Aug 1701 Tripartate btw James BARNWALL Esq. since deceased / Walter BAGENAL Esq. & Elinor BAGENAL als BARNWAL since deceased then wife of said Walter BAGENAL and eldest daughter of the said James BARNWALL of 1st pt Christian BORR & Richard TISDALE Esq. of 2nd pt Robert CUSACK since deceased of 3rd. IN consideration of 1,500 pounds due for the portion of Jane youngest daughter of James BARNWELL and then wife of Robert CUSACK .. grant lands of Brymore, Co. Dublin for children of Robert & Jane CUSACK – Elinor was the only surviving child and made her mother Jane executrix of her will. Her mother Jane then married Robert DILLON Esq. NOTE: This deed runs to several pages and includes many more names and townlands. Some of it may be worth revisiting.

 

67

475

46830

McCULLAGH

Dublin

Meath

1730 Sep 18

James McCULLOCH to El SHELBOURNE1730-1745

Image 247

This one has Francis NORTH of Dublin & Thomas DANCE of Oristown Co. Meath

 

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92

47150

JACKSON, Rev. John

Galway

Wicklow

Dublin

1731 Dec 1

ABBOTT-JACKSON

Image 337

Rev.William JACKSON rector of St John’s Dublin was holding lands in trust for six unmarried sisters.

 

68

121

47267

JACKSON, William

Meath

1731 Dec 18

WAKEFIELD Book Index 1730-45 Newtownmoyaghy,

Rev. William JACKSON rector of St Johns to John WAKEFIELD Gent of Dublin 200A land of Newtown Moyaghy in Barony of Decce Co Armagh… NOTE: I suspect this should be Newtownmoyaghy, in either the Parish of Moyglare or Rodanstown, both in the Barony of Deece, in Co. Meath, and that the Armagh part was a red herring.

 

69

272

42837

JACKSON, James

Dublin

1730 Sep 21

JACKSON, James Ballywally aka Ballywooly

PRONI T808/8267-8282 Groves Manuscripts1729 – the notes beneath come from the Memorial as I saw it (no mention of JACKSON). It may have had to do with a WEEKES-JACKSON marriage that is in my Carlow JACKSON tree.

Betw William Dobbyn FITZWILLIAMS of City of Dublin Gent & Richard WEEKES of said City Merchant of the other part...2 houses in St. Johns St in St Johns Parish ...the holding of Elizabeth WEEKES in the same street and parish of S Michaels in said City of Waterford

 

69

423

49009

JACKSON, Philip

Kings

1732 Sep 4

POOLE Book Index 1730-45 Ballinrahn

Btw Richard POOLE of City of Dublin Joyner one of the sons of Richard POOLE late of Earl St in the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore and Co Dublin Get & Philip JACKSON of Ballinrahn Kings Co farmer and intermarried with Jane POOLE one of the daughters of the said Richard POOLE  the elder, and who is also the executor of the last will of George JACKSON deceased  who intermarried with Mary POOLE one of the daughters of said Richard POOLE,  and Susannah GEORGE als POOLE of the said city widow, also one of the daughters of the said Richard the elder & Robert POOLE of Dublin Tinplate worker & son of Richard POOLE  elder.. sold lands of Coshina and Monavaine, Barony of Coolistowne, Kings Co… and lands on Earls St in Liberty of Thomas Court & lands of Ballynowland, barony of Coolistown Kings Co…

 

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210

48076

DONALDSON

Armagh

1718 Nov 10

BROWNLOW to DONALDSON NOTES in 2009 diary 1708-1738 Donaldsons Tenement, Lurgen

William BROWNLOW to John DONALSON Co. Armagh, Butcher ... tenement in Lurgan ... lives of John DONALDSON, Arthur DONALDSON & John DONALDSON, sons of said John DONALDSON. WITNESS: Phil BARRY late of Lurgen & now of Navan, Co. Meath; Robert HAWKINS late of Lurgen & now of Dublin, Gent & Charles CORNER of Lurgen, Gent.

 

70

210

48076

DONALDSON

Armagh

1718 Nov 10

BROWNLOW to DONALDSON NOTES in 2009 diary 1708-1738 Donaldsons Tenement, Lurgen

William BROWNLOW to John DONALSON Co. Armagh, Butcher ... tenement in Lurgan ... lives of John DONALDSON, Arthur DONALDSON & John DONALDSON, sons of said John DONALDSON. WITNESS: Phil BARRY late of Lurgen & now of Navan, Co. Meath; Robert HAWKINS late of Lurgen & now of Dublin, Gent & Charles CORNER of Lurgen, Gent.

 

70

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48359

DAWSON

Louth

1731 June 14 &15

DAWSON-STEEL 1708-1738 DAWSON-STEEL[E] Book 1 (1708-1738) Ballinahonemore Breagh, Ballytrugh, Ballynahone & Mills, BallyMcEllmrry, Ballyerian, , Lawlesstown,

DAWSON, Chappell-STEELE NOTES in 2009 diary.

Release between Chappell DAWSON of Town & Co. Armagh of 1st part & Lawrence STEEL of Rathbride, Co. Kildare & Richard DAWSON of City of Dublin of 2nd part. John LINDON & Walter DAWSON both of said city Dublin Esq. Of 3rd part & Hannah Maria TOWNLEY, spinster of 4th part.  (marriage of Chappell DAWSON & Hannah TOWNLEY) £1000 ... town & lands of Marleconbegg commonly known by name of Lisduffe or O’Donnell’s Freehold & part of townland of Myrork known as MOORE’s Freehold all in Parish of Mullabrack, Barony of O’Neil, Co. Armagh. Town and Lands of Cremagill als. Cronagill commonly called Straberg’s, Parish of Teturamand, Co. Armagh, Town & lands of Cloughan, Mannor of Castledillion, Co. Armagh & Town and lands of Breagh & Cronagill Mannor of Richmond, Barony O’Neil, Co. Armagh.all lands then in actual possession of Lawrence STEEL & Richard DAWSON by earlier deed of Chappell DAWSON ... lands granted to his father Thomas DAWSON & devised to Chappell DAWSON by his father’s will ... Tullyasne & Lessiogh or parcel called Lurgimallon als Lurgiswellan near Liberties of Armagh together with the Corn Mills  standing and being thereon & etc ... 15 acres by name of Cargagh ... land called Tubberlackmuck ... land called FarryMcGough 15 acres ... all the Corn Mill or Mills built or erected on the townland of Lasmakanky als Lismakennedy asl Millpond Race Waters Watercourses & .... that part of the townland of Ballynahonemore  which was then in the actual possession of Thomas DAWSON or his undertenants together with the Corn Mills & Tuck Mill standing on the same with several parcels of land called Mackenny’s land (more description) then in possession of Leonard DOBBYN & John WATSON

 

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38

48618

JACKSON, Thomas

Armagh

Meath

Louth

Cork

1731 Mar 23

BALL-ROGERSON Lisdromgrany, Mullaglass, Stripe Camoly, Scarve McIlea - B Fews

Image 27

BTW John BALL of Three Castles Co. Louth of 1 pt. Rt. Hon John ROGERSON Esq Lord Chief Justice of his Magesty’s Court of Kings Bench Ireland and Thomas JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. of the other pt. Release being Tripartate btw John BALL of 1st pt; Francis BERNARD of Castle Bernard Co. Cork Esq of 2nd pt & Rt. Hon John ROGERSON & Thomas JACKSON of the 3rd pt.. Whereby the said John BALL for the further and better securing the payment of the sum of six pounds with interest to the said Francis BERNARD in manner therin expressed did give Grant Release and Confirm unto the said Rt. Hon. John ROGERSON Esq. & Thomas JACKSON all that and those the Towne & Lands of Lisdromgrany, Stripe of Camonly & Mulaghs Cargarovady and Scarve [M’Flea?] Situate in Barony of Fews or elsewhere in Co. Armagh and all that the Town and Lands of Ballyenan situate in Barony Orier or elsewhere in Co. Armagh with their appurtenances. To Hold to them the said Rt. Hon. John ROGERSON Esq. and Thomas JACKSON and their heirs to the use of them and their heirs to the use of them & their heirs in Trust to permit the said John BALL to receive the Rents Issues and Profits therof until Judgement should be obtained in any Court of Law or Equilly by Simon BRADSTREET or any Executor or Administrator of John McCANTS Gent deceased by Virtue or Colour of a Certain Lease in the said Release recited made to the said John McCANTS and Immediately after such Judgement by Lease Mortgage or Sale of the premises to Raise and pay the sum of 600 pounds which said Deed and Release were Executed by the said John BALL & Francis BERNARD in the presence of North Ludlow BERNARD of City of Dublin Esq. John DOWNING & Francis WOODLEY both in City of Dublin Gents who are witnesses thereto and witnesses to the signing & sealof this present Memorial by the said John BALL are the said John DOWNING and Francis WOODLEY. John BALL [SEAL]

 

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52

48696

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1732 Jul 6

MORRIS-McCULLAGH NOTES in 2009 diary

Thomas MORRIS of Marlybone Lane, Co. & City of Dublin, brewer of 1 part & Edward McCULLAGH of City of Dublin, Gent of the other.

 

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72

48835

McCULLAGH

Dublin

1732 Jun 15 &16

SHIMIN-McCULLAGH

Between Michael SHIMIN of City of Dublin, Cordwinder of 1st part & John McCULLAGH of Killiegh, Kings Co. Gent of 2nd part ...lands in Dublin.

 

71

331

57052

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1738 Jun 13

NICHOLSON-WHINNEY Book Index 1730-45

One of many where Rev. William JACKSON was a trustee

 

71

461

52143

PIPPARD

Louth

1733 Dec 1

SMITH-FOSTER 1729 Oct 11

Bourne, Barony of Ferrard, LOUTH [242A plantation measure] from Samuel SMITH Esq. Of Weald Hall, Essex, GB to John FOSTER Esq. Of Dunleer, Co. Louth. for natural lives of Anthony, Thomas & William FOSTER, sons of John FOSTER and longest liver at yrly rent of £59/8s with 3p per £ receiver fee. Francis NORTH, Public Notary, Dublin City. Witnesses: Richard CONNELL, clerk to Francis NORTH; John MCDOWELL, Gent of Drogheda; George PIPPARD, Gent of Drogheda.

 VancouverMike

 

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JACKSON, William

Dublin & Wicklow

1732 Oct 27

Rev. William JACKSON, D.D. was one of the trustees overseeing will of Elizabeth BYRNE of Dublin, spinster, and her lands in Co. Wicklow, rents to benefit Protestant charities.

 

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SALE, John

Dublin

1732 Dec 13

Image 319 PULLMAN to FORTNICK

Btw Hesther PULLMAN of City of Dublin Widow executrix of will of Thomas PULLMAN late of City of Dublin Tallow Chandler deceased. John SALE of City of Dublin Gent & Hesther SALE als DONNELL als PULLMAN his wife of the 1 pt & Tristram FORTNICK of City of Dublin Esq of other pt. ,, tenement where Thomas PULLMAN formerly lived in Caple St. Dublin

 

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51239

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1733 Jul 7

BELL, Lyndon-JACKSON 1730-1745

 Btw Lyndon BELL of Streamstown, Co Mayo Esq of 1 pt; William JACKSON Dr in Divinity, Percival HUNT, Alderman, William ASTON Merchant of City of Dublin & John LYNDON of Glassnevin Co Dublin Esq of other pt…. lands of Streamstown…

 

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BIRCH

Tipperary

1732 Mar 13

BIRCH, WM-__OOLE 1730-1745

Rev. William BIRCH of Roscrea, Co Tipperary & Elizabeth HOOLE of Roscrea Spinster… lands in suburbs of Dublin

 

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50442

JACKSON, William

Dublin

1733 Apr 3

WRIGHT Book Index 1730-45

John NICHOLS of City of Dublin Esq Surgeon General of Ireland Elenor NICHOLS his wife Daughter and Legatee of Thos PROBY late of said City Esq deceased & Rev. William JACKSON Doctor in Divinity the Rev. John GRATTAN Clk & Brent SMITH trustees of Thos PROBY…

 

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50508

JACKSON, Robert

Meath & Dublin

1733 Apr 13

REILLY Book Index 1730-45 Oristown,

Robert JACKSON of Tethan [Tatham] in the Kingdom of Great Britain and then of the City of Dublin Clk of the one part and John REILLY of Oristown Co Meath Gent of other part… 63 acres of land of Oristown in Parish of DownePatrick and Co of Meath… To have and hold the said 60 acres of land …  to John REILY his erors etc…paying yearly rent to Robert JACKSON, his heirs and assigns  of 35 pounds sterling… WITNESSED: John O’HARA, City of Dublin & Phil REILY of Virginia, Co. Cavan, Gent & Nicholas NUGENT of City of Dublin, merchant.  NOTE: Oristown is in the Parish of Teltown, Barony of Upper Kells, Co. Meath. There is a Parish of Donaghpatrick in the Barony of Upper Kells. It seems to be the same place – perhaps boundaries changed. This is land that was inherited from Samuel JACKSON in 1706.

 

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JACKSON

Dublin

1735 Jul 7

BELL, Masson-JACKSON 1730-1745

Rev. William JACKSON trustee relating to marriage of Mosson BELL of City of Dublin Linen draper & Elizabeth ASTON daughter of William ASTON…

 

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JACKSON,

Roger Ralph & Buntin & ors

Antrim

1732 Feb 24

WOGAN Book Index 1730-45 Glenavy.

Bunting JACKSON of Glenavy, Co Antrim Farmer; Ralph JACKSON City of Dublin attorney; Roger JACKSON of Lisburn Co Antrim John MERCER & Ann his wife; Richard NUTTALL Esq Council at Law & Letitia his wife of Lisburn in Co Antrim of one pt & William WOGAN of Lisburn of other part… … all that Pillo or Parcel of Ground situate on the North side of the Marketplace of Lisburn joining last on Thomas WELSH and west to GREGONs tenement containing in front 85’ and so ranging down on the Right hand of the Gale as you go to Barnfield as also a Parcel of Land commonly called and known by the name Jackson’s Hill and also another little parcel of land called the Barn Park or Meadow the said land containing by estimation  1A 1R … demised by Right Honoroable Lord Francis CONWAY 10 Aug 1709 to Mary JACKSON widow to Michael JACKSON deceased …

 

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JACKSON, Francis

Carlow

1733 Jan 17

ROSE-CROKER 1732/33

Francis JACKSON Doddington [sic – Duddington], Co Northton Indented deed, Assignment between John ROSE of Catherstock, Co of Northton, Esq made over to John CROKER all that the manor or lordship of Mountkenny + other lands in Co Wicklow [....several townlands incl townland of Jonestown] for residue of term from Lease & Release of 3 Jun 1730. NAMES: John ROSE, Catherstock, Co. Northton; Sir Wm DUDLEY Bart, Clayton Co. Northton; John CROKER, Gent, Dublin; Francis JACKSON (Witness to deed & Memorial), Gent, Doddington, Co. Northton. NOTE: This is probably the Francis JACKSON d 1740, 2nd surviving son of Thomas JACKSON of Duddington Hall.   nickred   SEE: JACKSONs of Duddington.

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JACKSON, John

Dublin

1730 Jul 6

MATHEWS & ors- JACKSON1733 Jul 6 Book Index 1730-45

Btw Rev. John JACKSON of Clonshagh, Co. Dublin & Edward MATTHEWS of City of Dublin... town and lands of Hollywoodrath, Co. Dublin. It seems that Hans BAILIE of City of Dublin Merch holds the lease – fines and such discussed. SEE: Jacksons of Derbyshire, Berkshire, America & Dublin. (where JACKSONs of Santry are included)

 

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PRENTICE

Dublin

Meath

1730 Aug 15

Image 490

Susanna PRENTICE of City of Dublin widow – her four children: Robert Ellinor Elizabeth & William… transfer to Robert PRENTICE and Samuel PRENTICE of Phaxtowne, Co. Meath Henry RANSFORD & Joseph PEPPER both of City of Dublin weavers … house and tenements on North Side of Combe and east side of Mark Alley in Liberties of City of Dublin demised by Richard ROGERS Gent & William McCULLAH Merchant … William PRENTICE deceased late husband…

 

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JOHNSTON

Armagh

1733 Mar 11

JOHNSTON-Archdeacon: Tullyvallen, Loghross Mr Cunninghams Lands near it

Image 119

John JOHNSTON of the Fews, Co. Armagh & John Archdeacon of City of Dublin Gent – transfer interest in article made 22nd Aug 1695 btw William CUNNINGHAM of Moneymore in Co. Derry Esq. of 1 pt &  John GRAHAM late of Drogheda Alderman [see also 78-23-52843] and also one other article bearing date 17 Nov 1693 btw Rt Hon William GRAHAM Son and Heir and Residual Legatee of the said John GRAHAM of the 1 pt & John JOHNSTON of the other pt. and to the lands of William CUNNINGHAM and and near Loghross and the land of William CUNNINGHAM in Camely and Tullyvallen Co. Armagh… WITNESS: Rev. John GRAHAM of Drogheda Clke & Charles CALDWELL City of Dublin Gent

 

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GORE, Edward

Wicklow

1733 Mar 13

Image 124

BTW John CRAWFORD Esq  on behalf of Sir William DUDLEY Baronet & others interested in the Manor of Mount Kennedy, Co. Wicklow of the 1 pt & Doctr Edward SALE of the other part. Whereby the said John CRAWFORD let to the said Edward SALE the lands of Sandymount Park parcel of the said Manor except such part of Sandymount as the said Edward SALE is intitled to under a lease of lives heretofore granted to John SALE Esq. his father. By Sir Richard KENNEDY Baronet Deceased and also the Lough Meadow on the west side of the orchard of Mount Kennedy which premises are now in the tenure or occupation of the said Edward SALE and are lying in the Barony of New Castle Co. Wicklow to hold for Edward SALE for the lives of him the said Edward SALE and Katherine his wife and Avis SALE spinster his sister … WITNESS Richard JONES of Newtown Mountkennedy Co. Wexford Gent & James ENGLISH of the City of Dublin GENT. Mem WITNESS: James ENGLISH & Harvey SALE jr of City of Dublin

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523

54184

JACKSON,

Ralph

Dublin

1734 Sept 16

WOGAN Book Index 1730-45

Image 252

BTW Ralph JACKSON of City of Dublin Gent attorney of his Majesty’s Court of Kings Bench and one of the sons of Michael JACKSON the elder late of Lisburn Co. Antrim Gent deceased. Richard NUTTALL Esq. Council at Law and Lettice his wife one of the daughters of the said Michael JACKSON of the 1 pt & William WOGAN late of Lisburn but now of City of Dublin Gent of other pt. … reciting trust for children of Michael JACKSON and land on Jacksons Hill (description – wife Mary JACKSON)… WITNESS: Nicholas ASHE Clke to William WOGAN & Henry DEERING of City of Dublin Victualer…

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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

 

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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.

 

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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.

 

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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.

 

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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 NUTTALL 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.

 

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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.

 

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SALE, Elizabeth

Sligo

1734 May 17

Image 119

BTW Elizabeth SALE of City of Dublin widow of 1 pt & Francis CORKRAN of Sligo, Co. Sligo Merchant of the other part of the town and lands of Gortinlamport, Carrickmarnard and Drumamore the quarter of Glanboy and the sub denominations thereof viz the bun and bar of Faron the bun & bar of Ardvarnagh Mineemore Moneentum Ballaghnegbehy Bricklanagh with the Corn and Tuck Mills of Glanboy lying and being in the Barony of Drumahair Co. Leitrim from 1st May 1733 for term of 31 years if the said Elizabeth SALE shall so long live … WITNESS; John KELLY one of the Attornies of his Majesty’s Court of Kings Bench in Ireland; Francis JACKSON Gent of City of Dublin.

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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.

 

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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.

 

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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.

 

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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.

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54407

JOHNSTON

Armagh

1734 May 8

MURPHY-MAGENNIS Glassdromin, B Fews

Image 264

BTW Patrick MURPHY of Bellctten Co. Louth Gent of 1 pt & John MAGENNIS of Cabra Co. Down Gent of the other. Transfer of lands of Glassdromen Barony Fews, Co. Armagh as is possessed by John MAGENNIS for 31 years – rent 46 pounds… further agreed that John MAGENNIS & undertenants shall grind all the grain that grows or expended on the premes at the Mill of Ballanegleragh als Ballsmill & there pay to the Miller or Occupier of said Mill the sixteenth grain as Grist or Moulter…WITNESS: Edmond MAGENIS of [Shynan?] Co. Armagh Gent  & James MURPHY of Ballanegleragh als Ballsmill & Bryan McMANUS servant to John MAGENIS. The Memorial WITNESS: Edmond MAGENNIS & Felix O’NEILL of Charles St., City of Dublin

 

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