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The earliest memorials of leases of land in Dublin connected to the JACKSONs of Coleraine involved Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706). He was related to most if not all of the JACKSONs mentioned in the leases in the table beneath. Bit by bit, I am entering this data into my Rootsweb version of the family tree.
Sharon Oddie Brown. August 27, 2016

Leases of land in Dublin with known connections to JACKSONs of Coleraine

·      In the records of the London Rolls, in 1656, he was named as a new apprentice with the Draper’s Guild.  Robert BELLEW, an upholsterer of Holburn [Westmorland or London?], was his Master. His apprenticeship was for 8 years and involved a £100 bond. NOTE: The BELLEWs were active as landlords in Meath, Louth and Galway. Gogarty's "Council Book of the Corporation of Drogheda 1649 1734 records a couple of mentions of a Robert BELLEW at a time when several JACKSONs were also active as members of the Council. See also my detective work on The Jacksons of Drogheda.

·       By the time of Samuel JACKSON’s death in 1706, it was clear that he had become a successful builder and property developer with extensive holdings in counties Meath, Dublin, Cavan, and Monaghan as well as in Yorkshire. SOURCE: Will of Samuel JACKSON (1641-1704). He also owned property at Clifford in Yorkshire. The properties in Dublin - Young Cashall & Fishamble St. House in King St. had been bought from William Robert THORNTON.

·       His older brothers – William, Thomas & John - were also successful merchants and politicians and were based in Coleraine with additional residences in Dublin.

·       He and a number of his relations all served as Representatives of the Irish House of Commons, He was the a Member of Parliament representing Coleraine, Londonderry in the Irish House of Commons from 1695-1703.

·       In 1703, he bought lands in Ballinclea, Parish of Kill-of-the-Grange. SOURCE: A History of the County of Dublin: Parishes and antiquities from the earliest times to the close of the eighteenth century. Francis Elrington Ball, Dublin1902. p60. His niece Abigail BUCKLEY née JACKSON als CROFTEN would live there after 1737.

·       At the time of his death, he was living with a nephew, Richard JACKSON (1673-1730) in a house on Mary Lane, Dublin. That nephew was likely between marriages, his first wife having died in 1698.  His sister-in-law Margret MITCHELBURN née BERESFORD, widow of Samuel’s brother William JACKSON, also lived there. SOURCE: Pue’s Impartial Occurrences, Foreign and Domestic [a Dublin Newspaper – in the uncatalogued newspapers in the Irish Museum: December 26, 1704 -  February 9, 1706] Tues. 15-19 Jan 1706. ... This morning Sam Jackson Esq.died, 'tis said he was worth £30,000 which he left to his two nephews. About half an hour after, Madam Mitchelburn, sister to the said Jackson, died in the same house

·       1688 Dec 11. This letter may be from him: Samuel Jackson, Dublin, to Sir Albert Conyngham, Mount Charles House, Strabane, about Capt. Hamilton's affairs.'... We have been in great consternation here about a letter which I presume you must have heard of, wherein it was said that on the 7th instant the Protestants was [sic] to be cut off; which alarm hath caused I believe 2000 [?] people to go for England. But,God be thanked, now people begin to come into their right wits again. For my part, I never believed anything of that report, and I do not doubt but in a little time all things in England will come to a good accommodation. ...' SOURCE: PRONI T2825/C/47/2.

Other connections of possible interest:

·       John SHAW was present as a witness in ROD: 8-59-1771. A John SHAW was mentioned as one of the lives attached to several deeds concerning Robert JACKSON of Crooked Staff.

·       The mention of the parish of Kiltegan, Co. Carlow in ROD 114-44-77924 is intriguing. I have a tree of JACKSONs based in Kiltegan.

·       There may or may not be a connection with the JACKSONs of Pimlico who held lands at St. Mary’s Lane and elsewhere nearby at this time. Michael JACKSON was a clothier, and the names of his sons echo those of the JACKSONs associated with Coleraine who had come from Kirkby Lonsdale in Westmorland.

·       Pill Lane:

o   This was where Henry JACKSON (1750-1817) of United Irishman fame conducted his trade as a merchant and owner of a foundry in the late 1700s. It is just a block away from the corner of Phapper & St. Mary’s Lane where the Coleraine JACKSONs held leases in the early 1700s. It also intersects with Church Street.

o   Land at Pill Lane was leased as early as 1725 by a Henry JACKSON. SEE: ROD: 45-189-28982.

o   In 1736, a Henry JACKSON, cordwainer, leased land on the north side of Pill Lane. ROD: 85-279-6029. There are several other deeds involving a Henry JACKSON, cordwainer in this time frame. More work is needed here to tease out the inter-relationships.

o   The reason this convergence of Henry JACKSONs may be of interest is because the father of the Henry JACKSON (?-bet 1778-1796) of Lisnabo, Co. Meath has never been identified. That Henry JACKSON was a grandfather of the United Irishman Henry JACKSON (1750-1817) and the ancestor of the feisty JACKSONs of Ballybay. See: Jacksons of Lisnabo.

Jacksons in Dublin
The red lines indicate roughly where some of these streets where leases held by Jacksons from Coleraine were north of the Liffey.

 

STREETS in Dublin where JACKSONs are mentioned in my notes on Memorials of Deeds, NOTE: Lands held by some of these JACKSONs in other Counties are also noted in my larger file, and also I am sure that there are more deeds to unearth in Dublin relating to this family. See: Links to Notes on Memorials of Deeds.

Dates

Place & Notes

1706

Castel St. In the Grove's & TGF Paterson notes made of the Will of Samuel JACKSON (1641-1704), it is spelled Castlell but is likely Castle Street, which is on the eastern side of the end of Fishamble Street near Christ Church Cathedral. The Castle-street market was built in 1708. SOURCE: Dublin Street Names, Dated and Explained. Rev. C.T. M’Cready (Curate of S. Auden’s and minor Canon of S. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin) Hodges, Figgis, and Co., Dublin. 1892. p.19.

1708 -

1759

Church Street

1709: Leased to John CANE by a JACKSON

1721: Richard JACKSON (1673-1730). 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.

1745: Henry JACKSON. parcel of land situate in Church Street in Oxmantown, Dublin cont in front 42 feet and in depth 206 feet to hold for 999 years at yearly rents.

1755: Henry JACKSON.  merchant tenement on the east side of Church St in the Parish of New Saint Michans

1758: Richard JACKSON (1673-1730) mentioned as deceased.

1759: Henry JACKSON. situated on the east side of Church street in the parish of now Saint Michans Dublin. house bounded on the north with another house built by Henry JACKSON then in the tenancy of one RIVORS on the south a house …with liberty of egress and regress from said premises through the gateway or passage at all times and to keep a key to the gateway in common with the other tenants of Henry JACKSON

1706

Fishamble Street. House mentioned in Will of Samuel JACKSON (1641-1704) It leads south from the Liffey towards the east side of Christ Church Cathedral. Fishamble Street.

1743

Glovers Alley

1743. Richard JACKSON (1673-1730) and then to Richard JACKSON (1722-1787) of Forkhill.  Glovers Alley near Kings St., Parish of St. Peters Co. Dublin ... egress to the Sugar House. NOTE: I have not been able to find this yet.

1718

Kings St

1706 Houses in King St bought from Robert Thornton SOURCE: Will of Samuel JACKSON (1641-1704)

1718 demised a house in Kings Street Dublin to USHER

1722 Richard JACKSON (1673-1730), 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. + 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

1717 - 1718

Proper Lane. Also known as Phrapper or Frapper Lane. Phrapper-la. (King-str. N.) 1577. [Gilb. Cal. Dubl., ii. 548.] Also spelled Frapper-la. Now Beresford-str., qv. SOURCE: Dublin Street Names, Dated and Explained. Rev. C.T. M’Cready (Curate of S. Auden’s and minor Canon of S. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin) Hodges, Figgis, and Co., Dublin. 1892. p.80.

According to the Irish Historic Towns Atlas, it was where Beresford Street now is. This seems likely.

In the 1787 version of the Roque Map, it was the continuation of Cow Lane and ran between St. Mary’s Lane and Kings St. Of interest, in terms of the family and land-owning connections between the JACKSONs of Coleraine and the BALL family is that there is an alley heading east of it just south of Kings street named Balls Lane (just across the street from the Franciscan Abbey)

1717 Thomas JACKSON Esq. (1680-1751)

1718 Thomas JACKSON Esq. (1680-1751)

1706

St. Mary’s lane: Will of Samuel JACKSON (1641-1704)  house in which I [Samuel JACKSON] now live in St. Mary’s Lane.

1706

Young Street. Will of Samuel JACKSON (1641-1704) I could find no mention in the Irish Historic Town Atlas, nor in Dublin Street Names, Dated and Explained. Rev. C.T. M’Cready (Curate of S. Auden’s and minor Canon of S. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin) Hodges, Figgis, and Co., Dublin. 1892.

 

JACKSONs of Coleraine: Leases in Dublin.

Bk

Pg

Mem

Name

Date

Notes

2

536

616

JACKSON

1708 Mar 18

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 [NOTE: Likely a nephew of Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706). Richard is most likely], Dublin in adjoining property

8

59

1771

JACKSON, Thomas & Richard

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. NOTE: Thomas BUNBURY (1673-1743) was the husband of Rose JACKSON (1668-1738), and they were the parents of Benjamin BUNBURY. Rose JACKSON (1668-1738) was a sister of Richard JACKSON 1673-1730) and Thomas JACKSON (1680-1751). They were children of William JACKSON (1628-1688) and Susan BERESFORD (?-1706) of Coleraine and Dublin.

16

540

12421

JACKSON, Thomas & Richard

1718 Dec 13

1718 December 13. NAMES: Henry ARKWRIGHT of Dublin & Coleraine; Thomas JACKSON of Dublin & Coleraine; John REILLY, Brewer of Proper Lane aka Phapper lane aka Fapper Lane, Oxmantown, Dublin; Terrance REILLY; Whitfeld BOYNE; Michael DOYLE; Thomas COOK; William PARRY. SOURCE: Also known as Phrapper or Frapper Lane. Phrapper-la. (King-str. N.) 1577. [Gilb. Cal. Dubl., ii. 548.] Also spelled Frapper-la. Now Beresford-str., qv. SOURCE: Dublin Street Names, Dated and Explained. Rev. C.T. M’Cready (Curate of S. Auden’s and minor Canon of S. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin) Hodges, Figgis, and Co., Dublin. 1892. p.80. NOTE: Thomas JACKSON Esq. (1680-1751) was a nephew of Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706) and likely inherited the land after the death of Thomas’ older brother William JACKSON. They were children of William JACKSON (1628-1688) and Susan BERESFORD (?-1706) of Coleraine and Dublin.

17

136

8407

JACKSON, Thomas

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. NOTE: Thomas JACKSON Esq. (1680-1751) was a nephew of Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706). He was a son of William JACKSON (1628-1688) and Susan BERESFORD (?-1706) of Coleraine and Dublin.

18

337

9208

JACKSON, Thomas

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. SOURCE: Also known as Phrapper or Frapper Lane. Phrapper-la. (King-str. N.) 1577. [Gilb. Cal. Dubl., ii. 548.] Also spelled Frapper-la. Now Beresford-str., qv. SOURCE: Dublin Street Names, Dated and Explained. Rev. C.T. M’Cready (Curate of S. Auden’s and minor Canon of S. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin) Hodges, Figgis, and Co., Dublin. 1892. p.80. NOTE: Thomas JACKSON Esq. (1680-1751) was a nephew of Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706) and likely inherited the land after the death of Thomas’ older brother William JACKSON. They were children of William JACKSON (1628-1688) and Susan BERESFORD (?-1706) of Coleraine and Dublin.

19

477

12608

JACKSON, James

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.

21

540

12421

 JACKSON, Thomas & Richard

1718 Dec 13

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. NOTE: Proper Lane aka Phrapper Lane etc. Thomas JACKSON Esq. (1680-1751) was a nephew of Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706) and likely inherited the land after the death of Thomas’ older brother William JACKSON. They were children of William JACKSON (1628-1688) and Susan BERESFORD (?-1706) of Coleraine and Dublin.

23

125

12878

JACKSON, Richard

1718 Mar 18

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 Dublin to USHER. NOTE: There are several options for this Richard JACKSON, but given the context of other JACKSON leases on or near Kings St, it is likely that it was Richard JACKSON (1673-1730), nephew of Samuel JACKSON (1841-1706).

25

172

14626

JACKSON, Mary

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 Mansion house 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 (?-1719) was a brother of Col John MITCHELBURN (1647-1721) who married in 1690 a Susan BERESFORD (?-1706), widow of William JACKSON (1628-1688). Col. John MITCHELBOURNE was also raised at Ballyarthur. I do not know who the Mary JACKSON was who married Richard MITCHELBURN, but she could easily have been the Mary JACKSON who was a sister of William JACKSON (1628-1688).

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)

26

127

14853

JACKSON, Richard

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[?]. Given the context, this is likely Richard JACKSON (1673-1730), nephew of Samuel JACKSON (1841-1706) and son of William JACKSON and Susan BERESFORD.

Thanks to Michael Stewart

34

34

20343

JACKSON, Richard

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. NOTE: This is most likely Richard JACKSON (1673-1730), a nephew of Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706), and son of William JACKSON and Susan BERESFORD.

35

229

22133

JACKSON, Thomas

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.. NOTE: Thomas BUNBURY (1673-1743) was the husband of Rose JACKSON (1668-1738), and they were the parents of Benjamin BUNBURY. Rose JACKSON (1668-1738) was a sister of Richard JACKSON 1673-1730) and Thomas JACKSON (1680-1751). They were children of William JACKSON (1628-1688) and Susan BERESFORD (?-1706) of Coleraine and Dublin.

36

245

22166

JACKSON, Thomas

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 £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 & 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. NOTE: Thomas BUNBURY (1673-1743) was the husband of Rose JACKSON (1668-1738), and they were the parents of Benjamin BUNBURY. Rose JACKSON (1668-1738) was a sister of Richard JACKSON 1673-1730) and Thomas JACKSON (1680-1751). They were children of William JACKSON (1628-1688) and Susan BERESFORD (?-1706) of Coleraine and Dublin.

Notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

36

270

22257

JACKSON, Richard

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: Richard JACKSON (1673-1730), a nephew of Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706), and son of William JACKSON and Susan BERESFORD

Additional notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

36

457

23579

JACKSON, James

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 Mary LYNCH als KIRWEN, widow and relict of Richard Fitz-Richard LYNCH of Galway 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 City & William HARBORNE, clerk to Charles MEARES. NOTE: This land seems to be connected to land that is owned in 1755 by a Henry JACKSON.

Notes thanks to Michael Stewart.

40

309

25985

JACKSON, Thomas

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. NOTE: Thomas JACKSON (1680-1751) was a son of William JACKSON (1628-1688) and Susan BERESFORD (?-1706) of Coleraine and Dublin.

41

387

26452

 JACKSON, Thomas

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. NOTE: Thomas JACKSON (1680-1751) was a son of William JACKSON (1628-1688) and Susan BERESFORD (?-1706) of Coleraine and Dublin

52

89

33668

JACKSON, Thomas

1726 Dec 30-31

BALL-JACKSON (See also annotated 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 Ratoath, 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 Release 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.

NOTE: Thomas JACKSON (1680-1751) was a son of William JACKSON (1628-1688) and Susan BERESFORD (?-1706) of Coleraine and Dublin

63

77

42733

JACKSON, Robert

PIPPARD

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: Rev Robert JACKSON of Tatham aka Totham, Lancashire is a son of Nathaniel JACKSON (1640-1698) and Elizabeth WOODS, both of Leeds. The townland of Castletown More, Parish of Staholnog Co. Meath, was one of the lands held by Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706). It had been left to his nephew William JACKSON, son of his Brother Nathanial JACKSON of Leeds in Yorkshire decd. Rev. Robert JACKSON was a younger brother of this William JACKSON.

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1730 Feb 23

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

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.

Except for mention of Richard JACKSON Looks the same as: http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1730Feb23-BALL-JACKSON.html  NOTE: John BALL married Dorothy JACKSON (?-1760) daughter of William JACKSON (1668-1712) and Elizabeth GORGES (?-1747). Richard JACKSON Esq. was probably her uncle Richard JACKSON (1673-1730) son of William JACKSON and Susan BERESFORD.

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Abigail & Jane & ors

1738 Jun 5

COOKE Book Index 1730-45

Deed of lease and release, a sexpartite deed bearing date and perfected the 5th and 6th day of January 1737 between Oliver Crofton of Lissanarrow Co. Limerick Esq. of the 1st pt; Abigail Buckley als JACKSON of the City of Dublin and relict of William BUCKLEY late of Buckley in Co Lancaster England Esq deceased of the 2nd pt; Jane JACKSON sister of the said Abigail of the 3rd pt; Thomas COOK of Castle Cook Co. Cork and Edward ARMSTRONG of Kiloolyan Kings Co Esq of the  4th pt; Hugh BOYD of Ballycastle Co Antrim Esq & Warneford ARMSTRONG in Clara in Kings Co of the 5th pt.; and the Hon Michael EVARD one of his Majesties Justices  of the Court of Kings bench and the said Hugh BOYD of the 6th pt. Reciting that whereas a marriage was intended to be held and solemnized between the said Oliver CROFTON and Abigail BUCKLEY and that whereas the said Abigail BUCKLEY was seized in fee of and in certain Lands Tenements and Hereditaments in said indenture mentioned situate in the Kingdom of England and that the said Abigail was also seized and Intitled to a Jointure for her life out of the estate of William BUCKLEY in said Kingdom of England and that whereas the said Abigail BUCKLEY and Jane JACKSON were seized in Fee as Coparcener of and in certain tenements and hereditaments s in Kingdom of Ireland in said indenture mentioned and Oliver CROFTON was also seized of an estate in Fee simple… in consideration for 500 pounds paid to him out of the personal estate of  Abigail BUCKLEY… sum of 10 shillings paid to Thomas COOK and Edward ARMSTRONG [lots of lands set to Oliver CROFTON by the partition made to him by the Right Honorable Sir Edward CROFTON Baronet] .. and whereby the said Abigail BUCKLEY in consideration of the said marriage in performance of her part of the said marriage agreement and for the provision made for her and for the issue of her marriage…. All that her moiety share and proportion of the Lands of Castletownmore Ardlenan Drishock Marvelstown Drakerath Reisk 25 acres in the Island of Conlogh in Co. Meath 5 tates of lands called Lattin [Latton, Parish of Aghnamullen] Dromod Parish of Aghnamullen Money Parish of Aghnamullen Meaghan [aka Maghon Parish of Aghnamullen and Dromconar [ probably Drumcanon Parish of Aghnamullen ] in the Barony of Cremornean [aka Cremorne] Co Monaghan the town and lands and Poles of land  commonly called by the name of Lisgraa Drumgolan and Bracklany in the Barony of Castlerahan and Co Cavan 40 acres in Colemanstown and 100 acres in Knightstown and Ballinclea als Ballinclea in Co Dublin and all her other lands tenements  and Hereditaments in the Kingdom of Ireland and all the profits advantages and appurtenances to the said premises belonging or appertaining and the Reversio and Reversions and Remainder and Rems Yearly and other Rents Issues and profit of all the said premises…. And whereby said Jane JACKSON for the settling and securing the lands of Inheritance in her family and Blood and in consideration of the several Remembrances in said Indenture limited to her [it seems that COOK & ARMSTRONG set up a trust for the sisters].. WITNESSES John BURRWS and William SMYTH. NOTE: Abigail BUCKLEY née JACKSON (1683-1763) and Jane JACKSON were nieces of Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706). They inherited these lands which had been bequeathed by Samuel JACKSON first to their brother William JACKSON and which then went to Rev. Robert JACKSON (1690-1733). Oliver CROFTON was the 2nd husband of Abigail JACKSON.

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JACKSON, Thomas

1739 Mar 6

JACKSON-LODGE Book Index 1730-45

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

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1740 May 21

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

Same set of names as in 97-275-68300 Made betw John BOURKE, Robt FRENCH, Boleyn WHITNEY, Wm COOPER, Robt ROBERTS. Thomas CUFFE, Robert ROSSE jr., Richard WARBURTON sen, & Thomas JACKSON Esq. Ald Richard DAWSON Ald Nathanial PEARSON, Isaac DOBSON, William LINGEN & Caesar COLCLOUGH Esq. Of the one part & Tras  Lodges of the City of Dublin Esq. Of the other part... it seems they were trustees of lands of Coolecullen.

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JACKSON, William

1741 Feb 2

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

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

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JACKSON, Rose

1743 Nov 26

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

Thomas BUNBURY of City of Dublin Esq eldest son & heir of Thomas BUNBURY late of the City Esq. decd & Anne BUNBURY his wife & Rose BUNBURY otherwise JACKSON of sd City widow & relict of sd Thomas BUNBURY and mother of the Thomas BUNBURY party to this deed of 1st pt. Richard STEELE of sd City of 2nd pt;  Robt FRENCH of same City Esq of 3rd pt. fo 1,424 pounds released lands of Killenure…. Etc “being in the Co. of Wexford, Wicklow & Catherlough [aka Carlow]. Lands in Parish of Killelan, Co Kildare; NOTE: Thomas BUNBURY (1673-1743) was the husband of Rose JACKSON (1668-1738), and they were the parents of Benjamin BUNBURY. Rose JACKSON (1668-1738) was a sister of Richard JACKSON 1673-1730) and Thomas JACKSON (1680-1751). They were children of William JACKSON (1628-1688) and Susan BERESFORD (?-1706) of Coleraine and Dublin.

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JACKSON, Rose

1743 Dec 9

JACKSON-STEEL 1730-1745

Between Thomas BUNBURY of City of Dublin Esq. Eldest son & heir of Thomas BUNBURRY late of the city & Ann BUNBURY his wife & Rose BUNBURY otherwise JACKSON of the city, widow & relict of the sd Thos BUNBURY to Richard STEEL rector of Church of Killenure otherwise Killenor ... Co. Wexford, Wicklow & Catherlogh... NOTE: Thomas BUNBURY (1673-1743) was the husband of Rose JACKSON (1668-1738), and they were the parents of Benjamin BUNBURY. Rose JACKSON (1668-1738) was a sister of Richard JACKSON 1673-1730) and Thomas JACKSON (1680-1751). They were children of William JACKSON (1628-1688) and Susan BERESFORD (?-1706) of Coleraine and Dublin.

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JACKSON, Rose & ors

1743 Nov 25

JACKSON-STEEL Notes in 2009 diary 1730-1745

Edmund BUNBURY attorney... Thomas BUNBURY his father & Rose BUNBURY otherwise JACKSON her assigns ... natural lives of said Thomas BUNBURY & Benjamin BUNBURY the second son of Thomas BUNBURY late Cloghno Esq. Deceased who was grandfather of the said Edmond BUNBURY ... townland of Carnavonan was made by James BUTLER late of Garryhundon Esq. Since deceased to said Thomas BUNBURY Esq. Since deceased ... Edmond BUNBURY paid Richard STEELE £1474 to Thomas BUNBURY (father of Edmond) for absolute purchase .... of 3 rectories of Killpipe, Killinue & Kiltegan. WITNESS: James CANE & John ALLEN both of City of Dublin, Gents. NOTE: Thomas BUNBURY (1673-1743) was the husband of Rose JACKSON (1668-1738), and they were the parents of Benjamin BUNBURY. Rose JACKSON (1668-1738) was a sister of Richard JACKSON 1673-1730) and Thomas JACKSON (1680-1751). They were children of William JACKSON (1628-1688) and Susan BERESFORD (?-1706) of Coleraine and Dublin.

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1743 Mar 24

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

BUNBURY-JACKSON

Between Richard JACKSON Esq. Only son & heir of Richard JACKSON late of City of Dublin Esq. Esq. Deceased of 1st part & William DEAKEN of City of Dublin ... former lease made by Richard JACKSON deceased [?] of same city Esq. ... held lease of 50 years 29 Sept 1708 for yearly rent £26 the lease since legally come to William DEAKEN ... re: Glovers Alley near Kings St., Parish of St. Peters Co. Dublin ... egress to the Sugar House ... lease Vicars Chorall of St. Patricks Church, Dublin ...WITNESS: John DEAKEN City of Dublin, Gent & Gilbert ALLASON  Thomas CONWAY Servant to William DEAKEN. NOTE: This is the Richard JACKSON of Forkhill. Other GLOVER-JACKSON Deeds include: ROD: 17-30-8091; ROD: 36-270-22257; ROD: 52-465-35317; ROD: 84-221-59683. NOTE: Glover’s-al. (Mercer-str.lr.) 1766. Called Rapparee-al., 1728, 1756. SOURCE: Dublin Street Names.  NOTE: Richard JACKSON (1722-1787) of Forkhill was son of Richard JACKSON (1673-1730) & Elizabeth BOYD. He would have been 21 years old at the time of this lease, an age of some legal importance, and was a grandson of William JACKSON (1628-1688) and Susan BERESFORD (?-1706) of Coleraine and Dublin.. Thomas BUNBURY (1673-1743) was the husband of Rose JACKSON (1668-1738), and they were the parents of Benjamin BUNBURY. Rose JACKSON (1668-1738) was a sister of Richard JACKSON 1673-1730) and Thomas JACKSON (1680-1751). They were children of William JACKSON (1628-1688) and Susan BERESFORD (?-1706) of Coleraine and Dublin.

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Abigail Dame & Jane & ors

1745 Aug 6

JACKSON, Abigale Dame-COCKS Book Index 1730-45

Indentured deed btw Sir Oliver CROFTON of the City of Dublin Bart & Dame Abigail CROFTON otherwise BUCKLEY otherwise JACKSON his wife. & Jane JACKSON of the City of Dublin spinster of the other part. Thomas COCKS of Mt Cashell in the County of Clare Gent of the other part imparting that the said Sir Oliver CROFTON Abigail his wife, and  Jane JACKSON in pursuance of a minitt or article therein mentioned have been made theretofore made by Samuel JACKSON deceased to John BETSON deceased and in consid of the rents & agreements… demised to said Thomas COCKS the town and land of Knightstown otherwise Kingstown containing therein mentioned 121a 3r 2p in Parish of Lush Barony of Nethercross & Co of Dublin for 31 years. NOTE: Abigail BUCKLEY née JACKSON (1683-1763) and Jane JACKSON were nieces of Samuel JACKSON (1641-1706). They inherited these lands which had been bequeathed by Samuel JACKSON first to their brother William JACKSON and which then went to Rev. Robert JACKSON (1690-1733). Oliver CROFTON was the 2nd husband of Abigail JACKSON. It is possible that Thomas COCKS is the same person as Thomas Jackson COCKING (?-1819) aka COCKIN aka COCKYN. He was a son of Rev. Ralph COCKYN & Anne JACKSON.

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1745 Oct 1

Parish of St. Johns incl reps Rev Gabriel James MATURIN & Church wardens Alexander BRENNAN of City of Dublin, plumber, and Mathias ROWLAND of Dublin taylor of 1st part & Henry JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent of other pt. parcel of land situate in Church Street in Oxmantown, Dublin cont in front 42 feet and in depth 206 feet to hold for 999 years at yearly rents. WITNESS John JEFFRIES of City of Dublin Gent & Lawrence LAWRENSON, Organist of City of Dublin. NOTE: It is possible that this is the Henry JACKSON (b 1718 Londonderry)- a son of Margaret BERESFORD & Thomas JACKSON.

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1750 Sep 6

Richard MAGENIS to JACKSON

Tripartite deed James WIGLEY of Scraploft in Co Leicester, Great Britain;, nephew and devisee of Andrew NOELLATE of Scraploft, of 1st pt & Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. of 2nd pt &  Richard MAGINNES of City of Dublin of 3rd pt WIGLEY demised to Richard JACKSON all that Manor of Stonebridge otherwise Forkhill and lands of Loghill otherwise Lawhill otherwise Laughill otherwise Loughill… other names incl Carrickisticken all in Barony of Orier Co Armagh [none pertinent 2016].. WITNESS Timothy WALDO of Salter Hall, London Gent. Thomas DAY of Fleet St London Gent. Jane WIGLEY. NOTE: I believe this was the Richard JACKSON (1722-1787) of Forkhill. He was a son of Richard JACKSON (1673-1730) and Elizabeth BOYD. He married Nicola Anne Cecil HAMILTON (?-Abt 1804) and died without issue. He set up a trust for his estate which was then managed by his sister Susannah BARTON and other trustees. After her death, it was managed by her daughter Juliana Eliza OGLE and other trustees.

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JACKSON, Richard

1750, Sept 14

JACKSON to LENNOX

Richard JACKSON of the City of Dublin Esq.  Of the one part and Wm. LENNOX  of City of Dublin Esq. Gent For the sum of 5000 pounds - Literally dozens of townlands in the Barony of Orier, Co Armagh were transferred [too many names and variants of names to list]. NOTE: I believe this was the Richard JACKSON (1722-1787) of Forkhill. He was a son of Richard JACKSON (1673-1730) and Elizabeth BOYD. He married Nicola Anne Cecil HAMILTON (?-Abt 1804) and died without issue. He set up a trust for his estate which was then managed by his sister Susannah BARTON and other trustees. After her death, it was managed by her daughter Juliana Eliza OGLE and other trustees.

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1755 Mar 18

JACKSON-KIRWIN Book Index 1758-1768

Henry JACKSON, High Constable of City of Dublin demised to Pierce KIRWIN, merchant tenement on the east side of Church St in the Parish of New Saint Michans, Dublin NOTE: It is possible that this is the Henry JACKSON (b 1718 Londonderry)- a son of Margaret BERESFORD & Thomas JACKSON.

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JACKSON, Richard

1758 Jul 28

FIELDING Book Index 1758-1768

Richard JACKSON Esq. of Ballriggan [Balriggan, Parish of Faughart], LOWTH of 1st part & William FIELDING, merchant of Dublin City of 2nd part.

Messuage in Church Street Dublin city adjoining to North West to messuage formerly in possession of Col. Theophilus JONES, now in possess of MESS'R SHERWAND COMPANY containing 1 dwelling house in which Richard JACKSON, Esq. Dec’d formerly dwelt and lately in possess of George, Prince of Wales, in manner as held by Richard JACKSON, then George, Prince of Wales, from 28 March last for lives of William Henry DRURY, son of Richard DRURY, Richard DRURY, silk truster of Drazers Hill [aka Lazer’s Hill] & Edward DRURY nephew of Richard DRURY at £18 Ster with renewal for ever on payment of 1 peppercorn. George Edward HOWARD [aka Gorges Edmund HOWARD] executed deed by letter of att'y from Richard JACKSON. WITNESSES: John GRANT, Merchant of Dublin City; Henry Humphrey ADAMS, attorney HM Court of Exchequer; John WOODS. NOTE: It is possible that this is the Richard JACKSON (1673-1730) father of the Richard  JACKSON (1722-1787) of Forkhill

Thanks to Michael Stewart.

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JACKSON, Henry

1759 Nov 29

JACKSON Henry. assignment. high constable of the city of Dublin endorsed on a lease dated 18/3/1755 from Henry JACKSON to Pierce KIRWAN of all that dwelling house or tenement then in the tenancy of the said Pierce KIRWIN situated on the east side of Church street in the parish of now Saint Michans Dublin. house bounded on the north with another house built by Henry JACKSON then in the tenancy of one RIVORS on the south a house …with liberty of egress and regress from said premises through the gateway or passage at all times and to keep a key to the gateway in common with the other tenants of Henry JACKSON in an ample manner Pierce KIRWIN. Pierce KIRWIN …paid by Edmond MURPHY of Carrowbeg, Co. Mayo Aoife

NOTE: It is possible that this is the Henry JACKSON (b 1718 Londonderry) - a son of Margaret BERESFORD & Thomas JACKSON (1680-1751). Thomas JACKSON (1680-1751) was an MP. For Coleraine, but living in Dublin much of the time.

 

 

 

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