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JACKSONs and relations of theirs that I have found so far in in the Place Indexes for Memorials of Deeds in Co. Sligo. This is very much a work in progress.
Sharon Oddie Brown. December 12, 2019

 

NOTE: This table makes it possible to sort the deeds by Townland, Parish and Barony as well as the usual numbers for Book, Page & Memorial .

Bk

Pg

Mem

Grantors and notes

Townland

Parish

Barony

Index #

11

202

4348

GORE-ORMSBY

NOTE: Lavally borders the following other townlands:

Lavally

Lissdall Levally

Lissadille Lysedill

Lavally als Lonally

Lorarrowdagh

Killerry

Carbury

1708-1738 Image 123

11

356

47162

Earl of Carlingford – CAULFIELD

Many townlands

NOTE: The Rt Hon Nicholas then Earl of Carlingford was Nicholas Taaffe, 2nd Earl of Carlingford. He died 2 July 1690, at the Battle of the Boyne.

Pertinenet townland clusters:

CarrowmcLenanay

Aka Carrowmaclenany  Carrowreagh

Cross

Cloonegashell aka

Cloonagh

 

Tonaponra

Carrowmaclenany

Toomour

Corran

1708-1738 Image 123

13

123

5371

GORE-ORMSBY

Lavally

Lissdall Levally

Lissadille Lysedill

Lavally als Lonally

Lorarrowdagh

Killerry

Carbury

1708-1738 Image 123

14

450

6560

GORE-ORMSBY

Lissdall Levally

Lissadille Lysedill

Lavally als Lonally

Lorarrowdagh

Killerry

Carbury

1708-1738 Image 123

29

546

18721

Eustace Wills Vol 1.

PALMER, FRANCIS, Farron, Co. Mayo, Esq. 3 June 1721. Narrate, 1 p., 4 July 1721. " Father Roger Palmer, gent, deed." Legacy to Roger Palmer senr. Roger Palmer junr., son of Roger Palmer senr. Testator's wife Charity Palmer als. Annesley. Son Thomas Palmer. Rt. Hon. Thomas Lord Nugent of Riverstowne, William Nugent, Esq., Egnas Nugent, Esq., and their mother the Lady Nugent, mortgagors. Francis Knox and Arthur Knox, Esqrs. His estate in counties of Mayo, Sligo, Roscommon, Leitrim and Westmeath, viz.: Castlelackan, Killadvioge [Kildavaroge], Castleduny, Beltra, Knockbogh, Carrow McCullin, Palmerstown, Crossmolina and Mullinmore with the iron works thereon, Iniscoe and other lands, Kellcoulogh, Cloghbrack and Dernine, Gorteneadin, Killderrick, Carrigbarrett, Ballyenelty, Rathmoreenay, Cloonaloghan, Ballynalecka, Killcoe, Runmore, Kellgarruffe, Knockba, Beltrassna, Ummune, rectorial tythes of B. of Gallen, KUldermot and tythes thereof, Stoekr cela, town and lands of Knox's and Dunamonua, all in Co. Mayo. Ragebb, Knockban, Ardgelly, Co. Sligo. Dungarbey, Co. Leitrim. Rossmore, Donnellane, Co. Roscommon, purchased by him from James Donellan, Esq., and his trustees upon an Irish Act of Parliament. MoydufTe [situation not mentioned]. Witnesses : James Hughes, Richard Wills, Charles [? Cobbe] Lord Bishop of Killalla, Patrick Fargus, Fargus Fargus, James Hughes junr., all of the Co. Mayo, gents. Memorial witnessed by : James Hughes, senr., James Hughes, junr. 29, 546, 18721 Roger Palmer (seal)

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?

?

 

35

531

23599

WINGFIELD-ORMSBY

?

?

?

1708-1738 Image 123

36

86

21412

WINGFIELD et al-GORE et al

Image 53 1721 Mar 29

BTW Edward WINGFIELD of Powerscourt Co. Wicklow & Arabella WINGFIELD his wife and Richard WINGFIELD son & heir of Edward WINGFIELD of 1 pt & Sir Ralph GORE Bart Chancellor of his Majesty’s Court of Exchequer In Ireland etc, the Hon William CAULFIELD Esq. one of the Justices of his Majesty’s Court of Kings Bench in Ireland and Hon George GORE Esq one of the Justices of his Majesty’s Court of Common Pleas in Ireland of the other pt. Deed of release being sextipartite 30th March btw Edward WINGFIELD Esq & Arabella WINGFIELD his wife and Richard WINGFIELD his son of 1st pt & Sir Ralph GORE Bart William CAULFIELD & George GORE Esq of 2nd pt. John FRENCH of French Park Co. Roscommon  Esq. John USHER of City of Dublin Esq. of 3rd pt Arthur GORE of Newtown Co. Mayo Bart Arthur FRENCH of French Park Co. Roscommon Esq. William USHER of City of Dublin Esq & Nehemiah DONNELAN of City of Dublin Esq of 4th pt Lettice USHER of City of Dublin widow relict and administrator of William USHER late of City of Dublin deceased mother and guardian of Dorothy USHER eldest daughter of the said William and Lettice USHER then of the age of 19 of the 5th pt & Robert FRENCH of City of Dublin of 6th pt. … marriage intended to be solemnized btw Richard WINGFIELD and Dorothy USHER … [long list of lands in Co. Wicklow] long list of lands in Barony Tireragh [Tireragh.], Co. Sligo] lands in Co. Mayo & Co. Meath …

Three acre field

 

Tirerrill

And

Tireragh

1708-1738 Image 123

41

282

25910

ORMSBY-FRENCH

?

?

?

1708-1738 Image 123

47

493

31620

PARKE et al -ORMSBY

Lissakelly aka Lislahelly

Drumcliff

Carbury

1708-1738 Image 123

52

474

35340

FARRELL-FARRELL

FARRELL to FARRELL

Image 249

BTW James FARRELL of Cooltimore [possibly Coolteen , Parish Ballysadare, Barony Tirerrill] Co. Sligo Gent of 1 pt & James FARRELL of the City of Dublin Esq. of the other pt and the release being Quinquepartite  btw James JACKSON of the City of Dublin Gent of the 1st pt; Elizabeth JACKSON daughter of the said James JACKSON of the 2nd pt ye said James JACKSON of Cooltimore of the 3rd pt The Hon. James Earl of Roscommon of the 4th part and the said James FARREL of Dublin of the 5th part. Whereas Thomas POOLEY Esq by indenture 20 June 1707 demised to Randal DONALDSON Victualler parcel of ground lying on the east side of Sycamore Alley in the suburbs of the City of Dublin containing in front to said Alley 30 ½’ in the Clear and running backwards to the Quakers holding on the east adjoining to Mr. John TURNERs Gable end on the South and to Mr. ROBINSONs holding on the North containing in length from east to west 70’ with the four stables Outhouses and all other buildings and improvements … to hold for next 71 years for rent of £21 per annum and duties and that whereas Daniel LOUCH Founder by indenture 24 March 1707 demised to Thomas RAILINGS Carpenter parcel of ground 29’ southward or streetward northward 26’ from the front southward to the Wall northward Westerly 86’ in length backward and likewise easterly the same in Kings Street in Oxmantowne in the suburb of Dublin bounding on the North side to Mr. Daniel LOUCH’s Garden on the west to the hose and yard then in possession of Nathanial ASHWORTH on the south to the said King Street on the east to the House and Yard of Thomas RAILINGS and then in possession of Brigadier TIFFINY with the appurtenances to hold for the next 59 years at rent of £6 annually and that whereas the said Randall DONNALDSON by deed 7 Aug 1718 for rent granted to the said JACKSON the first recited lease and the premises thereby demised & the 5 new houses then lately built thereon and that whereas the said last recited lease came to & legally vested in the said James JACKSON did agree for and as a marriage portion … marriage soon to be solemnized btw James FARRELL and the said Elizabeth JACKSON and the said James JACKSON did agree … Witnesseth that the said James FARRELL in consideration of the then intended marriage…. Released to James FARRELL of Dublin townlands of Carrowglass Carrownegaple [possibly Carrownagappul, Parish Kilmacteige, Barony Leyny,] als Carrukbannagh [als Carrigbannaghan] [possibly Carrickbanagher, Parish Ballysadare, Barony Tirerrill] (& Cultimore [Carrowmore, Parish Shancough,?] all in Baronys of Corran and Tyrrerill [Tirerrill ] Co. Sligo to hold to James FARRELL of Dublin and his heirs… WITNESS: Bryan DERMOTT of Foxborough Co. Roscommon Gent. John CARTER City of Dublin Public Notary . James JACKSON [SEAL] NOTE: Need to follow possible connection to JACKSONs of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath SEE: Rod: 529-296-347221. Also see: http://www.farrell-family.org/

NOTE: Shancough is on the eastern part of Co. Sligo and Co. Leitrim borders on its eastern part. Inishmagrath, and Killanummery are two Co. Leitrim Parishes on its eastern border.

NOTE: East Tanrego (see Tanrego East (Tóin re Gó Thoir) (aka Carrowmore) , Dromard Civil Parish, Barony of Tireragh, Co. Sligo)

Carrickbanagher

Coolteen

Ballysadare

Tirerrill

1708-1738 Image 123

56

154

37384

BOSWELL-BALDWIN & BALDWIN-BOSWELL

Lavally aka Lavilley

Killerry

Tirerrill aka Terrerille

1708-1738 Image 123

64

322

44053

GORE-JONES

Lavally

Lissdall Levally

Lissadille Lysedill

Lavally als Lonally

Lorarrowdagh

Killerry

Carbury

1708-1738 Image 123

67

104

43461

GORE et al-KING

?

?

?

1708-1738 Image 123

70

246

48230

BOSWELL-BRABAZON

Lavally aka Lavilley

Killerry

Tirerrill aka Terrerille

1708-1738 Image 123

71

371

51426

GORE-GORE

Lavally

Lissdall Levally

Lissadille Lysedill

Lavally als Lonally

Lorarrowdagh

Killerry

Carbury

1708-1738 Image 123

71

464

52618

Eustace Wills Vol. 1.

BOOTH, JOHN, Sligo, Co. Sligo, gent. 9 May 1726. Narrate, f p., 4 Dec. 1733. His wife Catherine Booth. His brother Colonel Humphrey Booth, Elinor Booth wife of said Humphrey. Testator's nephew John Gore and his heirs to take name and arms of Booth. Testator's nephew Booth Gore and his heirs to take name and arms of Booth. John Irwin, Tonergo, Co. Sligo, Esq., Wm. Smith, Knockshanner, Co. Sligo, Esq., and Wm. Knox, Dublin, gent., trustees. His real estate, part in Co. Dublin. His real estates and leases for lives in Co. Sligo. His houses in Sligo. Witnesses : Richard Evelyn, Christopher Chamberlain, both of Co. Dublin, Susanna Caddan now Susanna Irwin of Tonereogo, Co. Sligo. . Memorial witnessed by : Richard Evelyn, Henry Chritchly, of the city Of Dublin, gents. 71, 464, 52168 John

Irwin (seal)

 

 

 

 

72

436

51427

GORE-GORE

Lavally

Lissdall Levally

Lissadille Lysedill

Lavally als Lonally

Lorarrowdagh

Killerry

Carbury

1708-1738 Image 123

79

444

56803

GORE- GILLMOR Willowman

Image 234

BTW Humphry GORE Gent of 1 pt & William GILLMOR of Dunawney [probably Doonowney], Parish Drumlief [Drumcliff], Co. Sligo, Gent of other pt … upper and lower  Cartrons of land of Dunawney… [other townlands] in Barony Carbury, Co. Sligo … Humphry GORE lands from his brother Robert GORE

NOTE: Humphrey GORE (?-1787) & Robert GORE were sons of Paul GORE & Dorcas WHYTE (daughter of Col. Thomas WHITE & Anne BERESFORD).

Doonowney aka Dunawney

Drumcliff

Carbury

1708-1738 Image 123

93

283

65475

Eustace wills Vol 1

FARRELL, JAMES, Killmore, Co. Roscommon, Esq. 25 July 1738. Codicil 18 Aug. 1738. Full, 3J pp., 27 Jan. 1738/39. Wife Jean Farrell als. Blake. My brother-in-law Peter Daly of Quansbury and my kinsman Denis Daly of Raford, both Co. Galway, Esqrs., trustees and exors. (revoked in codicil).. In default of issue male or female of my own . . estates etc. ... to John Kelly, junr., second . son of my nephew Jno. Kelly of Clonlyon, and his heirs ; they are to assume surname of Farrell and take the coat of arms of Farrell, Richard Caddell eldest son of my sister Cecila Caddell als. Farrell by my brother-in-law Thos. Caddell; Robert Caddell, second son of said sister Celia. Denis Kelly the youngest son of my brother-in-law Jno. Kelly of Clonlyon deceased. My sister Aristas Kirwan als. Farrell, her husband Richard Kirwan. My nephew Arthur French (trustee) ; my nieces Margery and Rose French, sisters of said nephew. My nephew Patrick French their brother. My nieces Fras. Kelly and Hellen Kelly, two of the daughters of my brother-in-law John Kelly. My nephew John Kelly their brother. Bridget Nettervill, daughter of my brother-in-law Patrick Nettervill. Edmd. Nettervill, Esq., (a trustee named in codicil). My sister Rose Farrell. Great loss sustained by my poor kinsman James Costelloe, brother to William Costelloe of Tullaghan, Co. Mayo, in his long lawsuit with my late mother. All my estate in the counties of Galway, Roscommon and Sligo. My estate in the north of Ireland in the counties of Down and Monaghan. Lease of houses and plots in Meeting House Lane [Dublin]. Witnesses : Richd. Shillen, merchant, Patrick Missett, wool draper, both of Dublin, Myles McDonough, clerk to Peter Daly, Dublin, Esq. Codicil witnessed by: Thos. Caddell, Herbertstown, Co. Meath, gent., Rich. Caddell, Dublin, linen draper, Elinor Caddell his wife. Memorial witnessed by: James Saunders, Bartholomew Delandre, clerks to Wm. Parry, Dublin, public notary. John Kelly (seal) 93, 283, 65475 Celia Caddell (seal)

 

 

 

 

 

94

547

68084

Eustace Wills Vol 1

COLLES, DUDLEY, Collesford, Co. Sligo, gent. 30 Dec. 1736. Narrate, 1 p., 8 Feb. 1739. Reciting an indenture tripartite 2 Jan. 1733 made between (1) said testator and Alice Prendergast als. Colles als. Perse, (2) Rev. Henry Wright, Loughrea, Co. Galway, clerk and Denis Daly, Raford, said county, Esq., and (3) Pierce Prendergast of Ramore, said county, gent. Articles of intermarriage 15 Nov. 1734 (made on said Dudley's intermarriage with his wife Dorcas Colles als. Birne) made between Bryan Birne of Creggs, Co. Sligo, gent, and said testator. Anthony Colles, then living near Castleconnor, B. of Tierieragh, Co. Sligo.

Lands of Collesford, Maghrymore and Castlegall, Co. Sligo. Lands in Co. Wexford, to wit Ballybranon, Ballybrittas, Tumfarny, Carrickginnanee and Rathnoon. Witnesses: James Crofton, Dublin, gent., one of the Attornies of His Majesty's Court of King's Bench in Ireland, Hugh Shiel, Doonally B. Carbry, Co. Sligo, physician, Gilbert Stanley, Drimcormick, B. Boyle, Co. Roscommon, gent. Memorial witnessed by : James Crofton, Arthur Price, Hogg Hill, Dublin, apothecary. 94, 547, 68084 Phil. Birne (seal) (a legatee)

 

 

 

 

97

531

69487

GORE-WARD

Cullagh More

Cullagh Beg

Cullaghmore

Cullaghbegg & Corn Mill & water courses

Drumcliff

Carbury

1739-1810 Image 114

102

465

71825

ORMSBY & ors-KNOX

Possibly Carrowloughan East or Carrowloughan West

Carrowloghane aka Carrowloughan East or Carrowloughan West

Skreen

Tireragh.

1739-1810 Image 114

105

302

74017

MOSSON et al-DODD

Electoral District:  Ballintogher East

Tirelick aka Tiratick

Tobernany aka Toberanania

Image 198

Killerry

Ballintogher aka Electoral Distirct

Ballintogher East

Tirerrill,

1739-1810 Image 114

108

194

75823

ASH RAINEY & Ors -NESBITT

Image 139 Crean’s Close. 1843 Feb 4

BTW William Ash RIENY of BallymCuggin Co. Londonderry and Lawrence VERNON of Sligo Co. Sligo Esq of 1 pt & Carnacross NESBITT of Aghamore Co. Longford Esq. of the other pt. Reciting Benjamin BURTON of City of Dublin Alderman by indenture of lease 8 April 1710 demised to Mary YEEDON of Sligo Widow plot of land lately in possession of George CROFTON Gent in Stephen Street in Town of Sligo … lives of Mary YEEDON Mary YEEDON eldest daughter & Margaret YEEDON 2nd daughter of said Mary YEEDON and that Mary YEEDON in natural love and affection unto Peter SMITH and Margaret SMITH otherwise YEEDON his wife .. reciting that Benjamin BURTON on 28 Oct 1725 demised to Mary YEEDON Park commonly called Creane Close containing 1 acre 3 roods in town of Sligo for lives of Toby PEYTON of Laheen, Co. Leitrim, Gent Mary PEYTON wife to Toby PEYTON and Margaret YEEDON daughter to Mary YEEDON… Mary YEEDON 1 June 1728 in consideration of natural love and affection she bore to Peter SMITH & Margaret his wife transferred the lease and that Margaret SMITH otherwise YEEDON one of the lives of the 1st recited deed and that Samuel BURTON of City of Dublin Alderman and heir of said Benjamin BURTON by deed of renewal 15 Nov 1730  inserted Peter SMITH in place of Margaret SMITH otherwise YEEDON deceased … lives of Mary YEEDON and Mary YEEDON eldest daughter of said Mary YEEDON and then wofe of Tobas PEYTON of Co. Roscommon Gent and said Peter SMITH by deed 6 June 1733 in consideration of £40 paid by Luke ASH of Sligo Co. Sligo Gent sold the Park to Luke ASH … reciting that whereas the said Mary YEEDON one of the lives is dead Benjamin BURTON of Burton Hall Co. Carlow Esq by deed of renewal 17 Oct 1739 and in consideration of £2 paid by Luke ASH instead and place of the said Mary PEYTON otherwise YEEDON deceased … now for lives of Mary YEEDON Peter SMITH & Luke ASH … wheras Philip COX of Sligo, Co. Sligo Esq by indenture 27 Nov 1739 set to Luke ASH the three following parkes that is to say the Two North Parkes mearing the Pious uses and the Middle Park between the park in possession of James GIBSON and a park in possession of said Phillip COX. The 3 parks = 7 acres granted to Phillip COX by Owen WYNNE of Hazelwood Co. Sligo Esq. unto Luke ASH for lives of Phillip COX Lewis ORMSBY son of George ORMSBY of Tobberwaddy Esq. & George ORMSBY 3rd son of George ORMSBY … 25 March last past those 2 Parkes part of Lands of Cloonebikin containing 4 acres 3 roods for lives of Luke ASH Samuel ASH son of William ASH of Maghenny Co. Londonderry Gent … bog of Killbreedy 6 acres 3 roods in Barony Carbery [aka Carbury] and Manor of Sligo for lives of Luke ASH William ASH & Daniel McNEALE and whereas Luke ASH by his last will 8 May 1742 appointed William Ash RAINY & Lawrence VERNAN executors … incl two Parkes or Closes part of lands of Cloonhebikin bounded on the east by Henry KING’s Park on the south by the River on the west by William GRIFFITHS Park and on the North to the lane leading to the bogg cont 4 acres 3 roods and also that part of the bogg of Kilbreedy cont 6 acres 3 roods in Barony of Carbury Manor of Sligo for lives of Mary YEEDON Peter SMITH & Mary YEEDON the younger and also lives of Luke ASH Samuel ASH son of William of Magherifelt Co. Londonderry Gent & Daniel McNEAL son of John McNEAL deceased in the first 4th & 5th recited leases … WITNESS: Edward SMITH & Frances BILL

NOTE: William ASH-RAINEY and Luke ASH were sons of Lt. Col Thomas ASH & Elizabeth RAINEY. Their sister Sarah ASH was the wife of John JACKSON. They had many children including Hugh JACKSON, Luke JACKSON & Martha JACKSON. Dr. Daniel McNEIL was of Monaghan and was a son of Dr. John McNEIL and Mary ASH (sister of LUKE ASH & William ASH-REINEY)  SEE: Jacksons of Tobermore.

NOTE: 1630, Francis Taafe, was born at Crean’s Castle, Sligo, his son Nicolas Taafe, was also born at Crean’s Castle in 1677. (Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 55). SOURCE: http://www.gaelart.net/familyhistory.html

NOTE: When in Ireland I need to look in a library for Streets of Sligo by Fiona Gallagher.

NOTE: Rev. Luke ASH (1705-1742), a son of Thomas ASHE (1660-1737) & Elizabeth RAINEY (?-1728), came from Londonderry and died in Town of Sligo where he was a Presbyterian Minister. The Sligo congregation partnered with Moywater, now Killala, co. Mayo. His sister Sarah ASHE married John JACKSON of Jacksons of Tobermore.

Crean’s Close

Probably site of Crean’s Castle in City of Sligo

?

?

1739-1810 Image 114

110

106

75825

MOSSON et al-WHITE

 

Tirelick

Tobernany

Image 198

Killerry

Ballintogher aka Electoral Distirct

Ballintogher East

Tirerrill,

1739-1810 Image 114

113

213

78646

GORE_B? & ors

Cullaghmore

Cullaghbegg & Corn Mill & water courses

Drumcliff

Carbury

1739-1810 Image 114

129

108

86431

GORE-WHYTE

Cullaghmore

Cullaghbegg & Corn Mill & water courses

Drumcliff

Carbury

1739-1810 Image 114

130

496

90018

SMYTHE & wife-MARTIN & ors

Image 268 1748 Dec 8

BTW Edward SMYTH of City of Dublin Gent and Mary SMYTH otherwise KING his wife and only daughter & next heir of Francis KING the younger formerly of Sligo in Co. Sligo Esq. deceased. Said Mary is administrator of all debts etc of said Francis KING the younger of the 1 pt; Richard MARTIN of Dangan, Co. Galway Esq. & Nathanial BLAND of City of Dublin Esq. Doctor of Laws of the other pt. By which deed the said Edward SMYTH & Mary his wife in consideration of a marriage already had granted to Richard MARTIN & Nathaniel BLAND lands incl Emlianaghten CarrowMcLenany [Carrowmaclenany, Parish Toomour, Barony Corran] Sniggin otherwise Miggin Knockalough otherwise Knocklough Knockagrauny [probably Knocklough  Parish Toomour, Barony Corran]   Lurga Ardsallagh [Ardsallagh , Parish Toomour, Barony Corran]  Tinaghmore [probably Feenaghmore, Parish Toomour, Barony Corran]  Lecarrowreagh [probably Carrowreagh, Parish Toomour, Barony Corran] Tony Powra  [Tonaponra, Parish Toomour, Barony Corran], Lurgagibbin [possibly Lurgan] Rathdownymore Rathdownybegg [possibly Ráth na Rí aka Kingsfort]  Cross Druimnegrantia [probably Drumnagranshy, Parish Toomour, Barony Corran] Orbeil ye Quarter Half of Knockmunnogh being granted to the Earl of Carlingford as part of Cloonegasshell which said lands were by an indenture of 15 Dec 1680 demised by Rt Hon Nicholas then Earl of Carlingford to said Francis KING the younger for term of 999 years … said leases were in certain causes commented on 31 May 1709 in her Late Majesty’s High Court of Chancery in Ireland wherein Susanna KING spinster was plt [?] and Dorcas JACKSON now widow of Edward JACKSON Esq. deceased Mother of the said Mary [KING] & then Dorcas KING widow of Francis KING the younger and others were duly proved … Dorcas KING to be part of the [??] … the said Dorcas JACKSON on ye death of the said Francis the younger which happened when the said Mary was about a year old fraudulently and unjustly entered into and possessed & enjoyed all said town… that the said fraud was lately discovered by inspecting a decree… WITNESS: Pierce BYRNE & Richard PANELL both of City of Dublin Gents

NOTE: Mary KING was the daughter of Francis KING and Dorcas ORMSBY. Dorcas ORMSBY subsequently married Edward JACKSON (?-bef 1745).

NOTE: Dorcas ORMSBY’s only known child is Mary KING.

NOTE: The Rt Hon Nicholas then Earl of Carlingford was Nicholas Taaffe, 2nd Earl of Carlingford. He died 2 July 1690, at the Battle of the Boyne.

CarrowmcLenanay

Aka Carrowmaclenany  Carrowreagh

Cross

Cloonegashell aka

Cloonagh

 

Tonaponra

Toomour

 

Toomour

Toomour

Toomour

Toomour

 

 

Toomour

Corran

1739-1810 Image 114

137

377

93711

JACKSON-DUKE

Image 194 1749 Jun 24

Btw Dorcas JACKSON of Sligo in Co. Sligo, Widow of 1 pt & Robert DUKE of Cordowy, Co. Sligo, farmer. Lands of Toneponra [Tonaponra, Parish Toomour, Barony Corran], & Carrowreagh in Barony Corran Co. Sligo as was then enjoyed by Mr. Gilbert TRUMBLE … WITNESS: William FARRELL of Geddan Co. Sligo Gent & Francis BILL of Town of Sligo Co. Sligo. Memorial WITNESS: Richard MOORE of Ballyglan Co. Mayo Gent

NOTE: Edward JACKSON married Dorcas KING née ORMSBY, widow of Francis KING. These lands came from her line.

CarrowmcLenanay

Aka Carrowmaclenany  Carrowreagh

Cross

Cloonegashell aka

Cloonagh

 

Tonaponra

Toomour,

Corran

1739-1810 Image 114

139

458

95012

JACKSON-McDONAGH & ors

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

NOTE: Edward JACKSON married Dorcas KING née ORMSBY, widow of Francis KING. These lands came from her line.

CarrowmcLenanay

Aka Carrowmaclenany  Carrowreagh

Cross

Cloonegashell aka

Cloonagh

 

Toomour,

Corran

1739-1810 Image 114

157

551

106278

McDONAGH

Image 619 1749 May 6

between Dorcas JACKSON of Sligo County Sligo widow of the one part and Luke McDONAGH of Ardfallagh in the County Sligo, farmer of the other part. Lease of land of Ardfallagh [Ardsallagh, Parish Toomour,] in the Barony of Corran, County Sligo … WITNESS Margaret SIMPSON, spinster of County Sligo and Frances BILE of Sligo..

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?

?

1739-1810 Image 114

157

551

106279

JACKSON-FONRY

Image 619 1752 Nov 16

between Dorcas JACKSON of Sligo County Sligo widow of the one part and Michael TONRY of Emlyfadd [Parish Emlaghfad] of the other…. Lands of Carrow and Lonnany, Barony of Corran, Co. Sligo.

NOTE: Edward JACKSON married Dorcas KING née ORMSBY, widow of Francis KING. These lands came from her line.

CarrowmcLenanay

Aka Carrowmaclenany  Carrowreagh

Cross

Cloonegashell aka

Cloonagh

 

Toomour,

Corran

1739-1810 Image 114

178

291

118909

JACKSON-WYNNE Kay Street Back Lane

Image 152 1755 Nov 4

Btw Laurence JACKSON City of Dublin Gent and grandson & heir at law of Edward JACKSON of City of Dublin formerly of Sligo Esq deceased of 1 pt John WYNNE of Hazelwood, Co. Sligo Esq Capt in Gen BRAGGs Regiment of Foot in Ireland of other pt.…. JACKSON demised to WYNNE Tenements and Dwelling Houses in the front to Key Street & Backlane in Sligo, Co. Sligo containing in length to Key Street 100’ and in front to Back Lane 234’ and in depth to Key Street 230’ and in depth to said lane to west End 109’ bounded on the East to the said Key Street to the South on said Backlane and on the west to the plot in possession of Arthur MARTIN on the north to the Garden Dwelling Houses or Plotts… also house where Hanna LYTTLE lived in Key street 31’ in depth to the further end of the Garden 108’ bounded on the East with street pavement and on the north with Edward HUGHES plott and on the west with James ROSS’s garden on the south with James ROSS House… Laurence JACKSON [SEAL] NOTE: A Laurence JACKSON who died aft 1659 had a son Josias JACKSON who died bef 1659 of College Green, Dublin, wife Elizabeth. Brother Joseph JACKSON sisters Mary, Sarah & Martha.

 

St. John’s

 

 

178

291

118910

Book Index 1758-1768 [?] 1755 Nov 4

WYNNE see Mem #118909 – just different Sligo lands

 

 

 

 

182

551

122644

JACKSON-ORMSBY

Image 282 1756 Oct 14

Dorcas JACKSON of Sligo, Co. Sligo widow of 1 pt & William ORMSBY of Willowbrook Co. Sligo Esq , transfer of Emlaghnaghten the half quarter of Land of Lurgen the half quarter of Tinaghrae the half quarter of Pharrowmackleneny [Carrowmaclenany, Parish Toomour, Barony Corran]  the half quarter of Carrowreagh [Carrowreagh, Parish Toomour, Barony Corran] the half quarter of Turpona [Tonaponra, Parish Toomour, Barony Corran], the half quarter of Ardsallagh & the 9 acres of Lurgagibba in Barony Corren, Co. Sligo. WITNESS: Thomas HILLAS & Wynne HILLAS both of City of Dublin

NOTE: Edward JACKSON married Dorcas KING née ORMSBY, widow of Francis KING. These lands came from her line.

CarrowmcLenanay

Aka Carrowmaclenany  Carrowreagh

Cross

Cloonegashell aka

Cloonagh

 

Toomour,

Corran

1739-1810 Image 114

219

472

144398

KING & ors-GRIFFITH

Carrowcrin

Clogherbegg

Carrickonellan

KillmcOwen

Kilmacowen

Carbury

1739-1810 Image 114

220

143

144367

KING-KING

Carrowcrin

Clogherbegg

Carrickonellan

KillmcOwen

Kilmacowen

Carbury

1739-1810 Image 114

264

386

167718

ORMSBY-CUNNINGHAM

Carrowcrin

Clogherbegg

Carrickonellan

KillmcOwen

Kilmacowen

Carbury

1739-1810 Image 114

265

250

175028

JACKSON or KING or ORMSBY-WILES

Image 134 1769 Mar 25

BTW Dorcas JACKSON otherwise KING otherwise ORMSBY of Co. Sligo, Widow, mother & administrator of Mary SMITH otherwise KING widow deceased the only surviving child of Francis KING the younger deceased husband of the said Dorcas & also Administrator of goods etc of late husband Francis KING of the 1 pt & Thomas WILLS of Dublin, Gent of the other pt. Leased lands of Emlaughnaughten Carrowmaclinany [Carrowmaclenany] Corrowagh Ardsallagh Toneprona Tinaghroe & Lorgar Barony Corran Co. Sligo. WITNESS: William PHIBBS the younger of Rathmullen Co. Sligo & John IRWIN City of Dublin Gent & John JOHNSTON Gent of City of Dublin

NOTE: Edward JACKSON married Dorcas KING née ORMSBY, widow of Francis KING. These lands came from her line.

CarrowmcLenanay

Aka Carrowmaclenany  Carrowreagh

Cross

Cloonegashell aka

Cloonagh

 

Toomour,

Corran

1739-1810 Image 114

277

110

175565

JACKSON & ors -ORMSBY

Image 60 1759 May 5

Dorcas JACKSON of Sligo, Co. Sligo widow of 1st pt. William ORMSBY of Willybrook Co Sligo 2nd pt & Philip ORMSBY Esq. Capt Lieut in the 5th Regiment of Dragoons of 3rd pt. Dorcas JACKSON was entitled to use for life in the Quarter and half of land of Emlaghnaght the half quarter of land of Lurgan the half quarter of Tinaghroe the half Quarter of Pharrrowmacklenn [Carrowmaclenany, Parish Toomour, Barony Corran]  the half quarter of Carrowreagh the half Quarter of Tonporna the half quarter of Ardsallagh [Ardsallagh, Parish Toomour,] in the Barony of Corran, and 9 acres Lurgagibbin  [possibly Lurgan]  in Barony Corran Co. Sligo. WITNESS: Lewis Francis IRWIN of Tanragoe and Abraham MARTIN of Town of Sligo Co. Sligo Esq & John MARTIN of Town of Sligo.

NOTE: Edward JACKSON married Dorcas KING née ORMSBY, widow of Francis KING. These lands came from her line.

NOTE Abraham MARTIN had a sister Elizabeth MARTIN who married a JACKSON See: ROD: 524-321-34377

Carrowreagh Canowmccollomy

Carrowmaclenany

Toomour,

Corran

1739-1810 Image 114

296

588

198372

GORE-HART & ors

Cullaghmore

Cullaghbegg & Corn Mill & water courses

Drumcliff

Carbury

1739-1810 Image 114

333

234

2246??

ORMSBY-KING

Carrowcrin

Clogherbegg

Carrickonellan

KillmcOwen

Kilmacowen

Carbury

1739-1810 Image 114

340

255

228579

GERRARD-PLUNKETT

Tyratick aka

Tiratick aka Terrylicks

Killerry aka Killeary

Tirerrill

1739-1810 Image 114

341

605

230993

BIRCH & son-FARRELL

Probably Lavally

 

Levallys aka Lavally

Lesscrossan

Killerry

Carbury

1739-1810 Image 114

343

303

236239

BIRCH & son-ORMSBY

Image 162 1782 Oct 17

BTW Robert BIRCH of City of Dublin Esq & Charles BIRCH his son of 1 pt & William ORMSBY of Castledarg Co. Sligo Esq. of other pt. … lands of Cartronhugh in Manor of Ballintogher Co. Sligo then lately in possession of George KNOX….

Cartronhugh

Killerry

Ballintogher aka Electoral Distirct

Ballintogher East

Tirerrill,

1739-1810 Image 114

351

179

235630

BIRCH & son-FARRELL

Levallys aka Lavally

Lesscrossan

Killerry

Carbury

1739-1810 Image 114

380

466

257031

McAULEY to JACKSON Church Lane [perhaps near St. Paul’s?]

Image 183 1783 May 23

BTW Robert McAULEY of Town & City of Sligo Linen Weaver of 1 pt & Thomas JACKSON of Colooney Co. Sligo of the other pt…. houses in Church Lane [in Townland Magheraboy, Parish St. John's, Barony Carbury]  Town of Sligo … sworn before 2 Justices of the Peace in Sligo - WITNESS: George ORMSBY a [?] Extraordinary .John MARTIN Hugh O’ROURKE. NOTE: Colooney is possibly Collooney, Parish Ballysadare, Barony Tirerrill, OR Clooneally, Parish Ballysumaghan, Barony Tirerrill

Collooney

Clooneally

Magheraboy

Ballysadare

Ballysumaghan

St. John's

Tirerrill

Tirerrill

Carbury

 

384

80

254458

PLUNKETT-WHITE

Tyratick aka Tiratick aka Terrylicks

Image 201

Killerry aka Killeary

Tirerrill

1739-1810 Image 114

402

`697

 

ORMSBY-KING Carbery

Likely Dorcas ORMSBY & Francis KING.

Carrowcrin

Clogherbegg

Carrickonellan

KillmcOwen

Kilmacowen

Carbury

1739-1810 Image 114

456

55611

294095

WHITE-WHITE

Tyratick aka Tiratick aka Terrylicks

Killerry aka Killeary

Tirerrill

1739-1810 Image 114

461

145

294096

WHITE & KNOTTS marriage settlement

Tyratick aka Tiratick aka Terrylicks

Killerry aka Killeary

Tirerrill

1739-1810 Image 114

480

323

304726

JACKSON-BLEST

Names Index 1794- 1794 Mar 8

Btw Robert ANDERSON Gent & Elizabeth ANDERSON otherwise BELL his wife, and Martha JACKSON  formerly BELL all of the Co Sligo & heirs of  Thomas BELL late of the town & Co of Sligo

 

 

 

 

482

460

469632

JONES & Wife- LINDSAY & ors

Wrong # from Place Index try 682.

Lislarry

?

?

1708-1738 Image 123

513

166

335853

1798 Jul 24

Mrs Elizabeth JACKSON Names Index 1794-

Balliasore, Sligo The bride. Appears to be post-marriage settlement. Elizabeth JACKSON ors MARTIN, wife of said Francis JACKSON & daughter of said John MARTIN Francis JACKSON Esq Balliasore [Probably Parish Ballysadare, Barony Leyny] Sligo. Lease of Mills. Other lands in Co Sligo. The Groom.  George JACKSON Esq of Prospect, Mayo

NOTE: Elizabeth MARTIN was the wife of Francis JACKSON (1769-1834)

 

Ballysadare

Leyny

 

524

321

34377

John MARTIN his will

Image 174

To my wife Elizabeth MARTIN, an annuity out of estate of Cleveragh & Knockbawn …John MARTIN Esq. in Eustace Wills

Late brother Frederick MARTIN widow Mrs. Anne ELLIS

Eldest son Abraham MARTIN Esq. … two dwelling houses in Stephen’s Street now occupied by John GRIFFITH and Doctor FISHER; that part of Ballymear called Bath Lodge which I hold under Mr. WYNNE; the park of field at Knappagh held under Francis BURTON now occupied by John ELLIS in trusts …. Mills and fishery of Sligo

2nd son Charles MARTIN – Bridge Street & Park Magheraboy [Magheraboy , Parish St. John's, Barony Carbury] near Town of Sligo held under lease by Charles MARTIN grandfather of John MARTIN from Benjamin BURTON. Slaughter House under lease from late George KNOX

3rd son Henry Frederick MARTIN not yet 21

Daughters Judith, Margaret, Catherine, Eleanor. Eldest daughter Elizabeth JACKSON.

Relation Jeremiah JONES

Codicil – plot in Stephens Street to son Henry MARTIN

NOTE: Elizabeth MARTIN was the wife of Francis JACKSON (1769-1834)

Magheraboy

St. John's

Carbury

 

529

472

348301

PHIPPS-JACKSON & ors

PHIPPS-JACKSON & ors

Image 568 1800 Oct 1

BTW William Harloe PHIBBS of Sligo, Co. Sligo of 1st pt & Thomas JACKSON of Gortlownan [Gortlownan, Parish Killerry, Barony Tirerrill]Co. Sligo & Robert TRUMBLE of Gortnasellagh Co. Leitrim, Farmer of the other pt. PHIBBS rented to said Thomas JACKSON & Robert TRUMBLE townland of Carrickgeensellagh [Carrigeensallagh , Parish Ballysadare, Barony Tirerrill]  then in possession of Darby MULLANY cont 44 acres for lives of Darby MULLNAMOE in Barony Tirerill [Tirerrill] Co. Sligo. For natural lives of William TRUMBLE 2nd son of the lessee Robert TRUMBLE aged 12 years or thereabout George JACKSON eldest son of the said Lessee Thomas JACKSON aged 14 years thereabouts and George JACKSON 2nd son of William JACKSON of Gortlownan [Gortlownan, Parish Killerry, Barony Tirerrill] Co. Sligo age 5 years or thereabouts. WITNESS: John CARTER now of Sligo Co. Sligo & Patrick McDONAGH of Sligo Co. Sligo Secretary to the Grand Jury of Co. Sligo. Memorial WITNESS Patrick McDONAGH & Robert WALKER of Drumory, Co. Leitrim farmer. Thomas JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: My Guess is that Thomas JACKSON had brothers William father of George JACKSON & John JACKSON father of Alexander JACKSON

NOTE: There are several Gortnasallagh possibilities

·  Gortnasillagh (Gort na Saileach) , Inishmagrath Civil Parish, Barony of Drumahaire, Co. Leitrim 314 A, 3 R, 1 P

·  Gortnasillagh (see Gortnasillagh West (Gort na Saileach Thiar) (aka Gortnasillagh) , Inishmagrath Civil Parish, Barony of Drumahaire, Co. Leitrim)

·  Gortnasillagh, Rossinver Civil Parish, Barony of Rosclogher, Co. Leitrim 166 A, 2 R, 4 P

·  Gortnasillagh West (Gort na Saileach Thiar) (aka Gortnasillagh) , Inishmagrath Civil Parish, Barony of Drumahaire, Co. Leitrim 105 A, 2 R, 39 P

Carrigeensallagh aka

Carrickeensellagh

Ballysadare

Tirerrill

1739-1810 Image 114

549

423

364390

PHIBBS-TRUMBLE & ors

Probably Barony Tirerrill

[possibly Cuiltydangan, Parish Ballynakill] in Barony of Tiririlan [Tirerrill ?]

Cullidian

Ballynakill

Tirerrill

1739-1810 Image 114

549

423

364392

PHIBBS-TRUMBLE & ors

Lissananny Beg

Aka

Lyssananybegg

Lissacuru

Emlaghfad

Corran

1739-1810 Image 114

550

231

364391

PHIBBS-JACKSON Timolane is a mystery

Possibly Timolane is in Parish Ballysadare, Barony Tirerrill where other lands are clustered which involve these parties. Or possibly Parish Ballynakill, Barony Tirerrill

Image 431 1800 May 17

BTW William Harloe PHIBBS of Sligo, Co. Sligo Esq of 1 pt & Thomas JACKSON of Gowlawnan Co. Sligo farmer & Robert TRUMBLE of Gortnasellagh, Co. Leitrim of the other pt.  for lives James JACKSON 2nd son of Thomas JACKSON age 10 William TRUMBLE 2nd son of Robert TRUMBLE party to said lease age 12 & Alexander JACKSON eldest son of John JACKSON Gent age 7. WITNESS: Dominick BROWNE & Patrick McDONAGH & Allan RUTHERFORD of City of Dublin

NOTE: Probably Barony Tirerrill

NOTE: There are several Gortnasallagh possibilities

·  Gortnasillagh (Gort na Saileach) , Inishmagrath Civil Parish, Barony of Drumahaire, Co. Leitrim 314 A, 3 R, 1 P

·  Gortnasillagh (see Gortnasillagh West (Gort na Saileach Thiar) (aka Gortnasillagh) , Inishmagrath Civil Parish, Barony of Drumahaire, Co. Leitrim)

·  Gortnasillagh, Rossinver Civil Parish, Barony of Rosclogher, Co. Leitrim 166 A, 2 R, 4 P

·  Gortnasillagh West (Gort na Saileach Thiar) (aka Gortnasillagh) , Inishmagrath Civil Parish, Barony of Drumahaire, Co. Leitrim 105 A, 2 R, 39 P

Timolane

Image 202

 

Tirerrill

1739-1810 Image 114

551

549

364389

TRUMBLE & JACKSON Partition

TRUMBLE & JACKSON Partition Cullidian

Image 293 1798 May 5.

Deed of Partition BTW Robert TRUMBLE of Gortnasella Co. Leitrim Land owner of 1 pt & Thomas JACKSON of Gortlownan [Gortlownan, Parish Killerry, Barony Tirerrill], Co. Sligo farmer of the other pt. Whereas William Harloe PHIBBS of Sligo Co. Sligo Esq did by Indenture 5 Nov 1797 demise to Robert TRUMBLE & Thomas JACKSON the lands of Cullidian Lot 1 & 2 containing 116 acres & 10 perches [possibly Cuiltydangan, Parish Ballynakill] in Barony of Tiririlan [Tirerrill ?] Co. Sligo to hold for natural lives of [?] TRUMBLE eldest son of the Robert TRUMBLE party to said lease aged 14 years or thereabout and William TRUMBLE 2nd son of Robert TRUMBLE age 11 years & James JACKSON 2nd son of Thomas JACKSON age 10 years  … sum of £200

SEE: ROD: 529-472-348301.

NOTE: There are several Gortnasallagh possibilities

·  Gortnasillagh (Gort na Saileach) , Inishmagrath Civil Parish, Barony of Drumahaire, Co. Leitrim 314 A, 3 R, 1 P

·  Gortnasillagh (see Gortnasillagh West (Gort na Saileach Thiar) (aka Gortnasillagh) , Inishmagrath Civil Parish, Barony of Drumahaire, Co. Leitrim)

·  Gortnasillagh, Rossinver Civil Parish, Barony of Rosclogher, Co. Leitrim 166 A, 2 R, 4 P

·  Gortnasillagh West (Gort na Saileach Thiar) (aka Gortnasillagh) , Inishmagrath Civil Parish, Barony of Drumahaire, Co. Leitrim 105 A, 2 R, 39 P

Cullidian

Ballynakill

Tirerrill

1739-1810 Image 114

554

264

368110

JACKSON-O’CONNOR & son

Image 141 1785 Apr 23

Btw Thomas JACKSON of Gortlawn [Gortlownan, Parish Killerry, Barony Tirerrill], Co. Sligo landholder of the 1 pt & Connell O’CONNOR & Denis O’CONNOR both of [Downmoyle?] landholders of the other part. … demised that part of of Edinbawne [Edenbaun , Parish Calry, Barony Carbury] known as  Knocka Freaghan containing 62a. & enjoyed by Thomas JACKSON meared on the East by part of Gortnagnagregony [Gortnagrogerny, Parish Killasnet,, Barony Carbury] on the west by the Middle division of Edinbawn on the south by part of Fermough [probably Formoyle, Parish Calry, Barony Carbury] and on the north by Lognafaughrow [Lugnafaughery, Parish Killasnet,, Barony Carbury]  & liberty of access & bog of Carrowlisky ors Lissduff [Lisduff, Parish Calry, Barony Carbury] as demised by William ORMSBY Esq late of Willowbrook Co. Sligo deceased to said Thomas JACKSON & Robert BOYD in Barony Carbury Co. Sligo. WITNESS: Johnston SHAW of Killycooley Co. Sligo Tanner & Patrick McDONAGH of Sligo, Co. Sligo

NOTE:

·  Lisduff (An Lios Dubh) , Ballysadare Civil Parish, Barony of Leyny, Co. Sligo 158 A, 2 R, 19 P

·  Lisduff (An Lios Dubh) , Calry Civil Parish, Barony of Carbury, Co. Sligo 278 A, 3 R, 3 P

Lisduff

Calry

Carbury

1739-1810 Image 114

563

104

374428

DODD-JACKSON

Image 58

Roger DODD of Kingsfort Co. Sligo Esq of 1 pt & John JACKSON of Teritick Co. Sligo Landholder of other pt. Reciting that Roger DODD for rent demised to John JACKSON part of the quarter of Teritick on which John JACKSON now lives, with that part of said quarter called Lough Park containing 7 acres in Manor of Balintogher Co. Sligo to hold for lives of Elizabeth DODD the Rev. Isaac DODD & Owen WYNNE eldest son of Owen WYNNE of Hazelwood Co. Sligo … WITNESS: Andrew McDONAGH & John McDONAGH jr both of City of Dublin Gent . John JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: Roger DODD’s pedigree Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica, Volume 1,  page175. Several PHIBBS intermarriages in the family. Alicia PHIBBS, daughter of Harloe PHIBBS was the wife of Roger DODD. Elizabeth DODD the wife of Rev Oliver DODD of Kingsfort, his father, was the daughter of John KNOX.

NOTE:

 ·  Kingsfort (Ráth na Rí) , Toomour Civil Parish, Barony of Corran, Co. Sligo 217 A, 1 R, 17 P

·  Kingsfort (Ráth na Rí) , Killerry Civil Parish, Barony of Tirerrill, Co. Sligo 107 A, 3 R, 26 P

Tirchvick

Tubbernany

Tyratick aka Tiratick aka Terrylicks

Killerry aka Killeary

Tirerrill

1739-1810 Image 114

581

238

391834

DUKE-PARKE & ors

NOTE: Roger DUKE of Newpark Co. Sligo – connection to PARKE:

NOTE: Edward JACKSON married Dorcas KING née ORMSBY, widow of Francis KING. These lands came from her line.

CarrowmcLenanay

Aka Carrowmaclenany  Carrowreagh

Cross

Cloonegashell aka

Cloonagh

Toomour,

Corran

1739-1810 Image 114

584

473

398288

DUNCAN & ors-JACKSON

Image 557 1806 Dec 27

BTW John DUNCAN of Dublin Merchant & Charles CONNER of Town & Co. Sligo merchant assignees of the estate and effects of Alexander McCRORY and James BALLENTINE Bankrupts of 1 pt & Francis JACKSON of Camphill Co. Sligo Esq. of the other pt. Reciting that DUNCAN and O’CONNOR assigned to Francis JACKSON then in his actual [possession] of a lease for a year that part of the land of Ardeaton containing 3 acres together with the Mills Kilns waters water Courses house offices & appurtenances and every part belonging to the said Alexander McCRORY and James BALLENTINE and of the assignees DUNCAN & O’CONNOR … reciting indenture of M GAGE and all other deeds papers writings and Monuments relating to hold said three acres with appurtenances to the said Francis JACKSON his heirs and assigns for and during the natural life and lives of C’est qui viez … made over to Francis JACKSON all that part of the Lands of Arcotton [Ardcotten, Parish Ballysadare, Barony Leyny] and Rinn [Rinn Parish Ballysadare,, Barony Leyny] and the Bottoms and Bogs of Kilnamonagh [Kilnamagh is to the west of Ardcotten] and Curriganell[possibly Carricknagat]  containing 85 acres and 23 perches now or late in the possession of Francis JACKSON ….  Term of 22 years … ….  Term of 22 years … WITNESS: Charles MEARES of City of Dublin Gent & Christopher ORMSBY

NOTE: Camphill House, Bleachgreen, Co. Sligo. It was built btw 1795-1800. See Map of its location northeast of Ardcotton and near Collooney.

NOTE: This is Francis JACKSON (1769-1834)

Carriganott

Ballysadare

Leyny

1739-1810 Image 114

587

517

399769

JACKSON-MARTIN

Image 280 1815 Sep 15

BTW Francis JACKSON of Camphill Co. Sligo Esq of the 1 pt and Abraham MARTIN of Sligo, Co. Sligo of the other pt. Reciting that Francis JACKSON in and previous to the year 1797 was extensively engaged as a merchant and in buying Bleaching and Selling Linen and therein and in building a dwelling house and erecting Bleach Mills and cotton now called Camphill became indebted to several persons and in the year 1797 was indebted in the Sum of £5,000 and upwards and was in said year possessed of that part of the Mills of Ardcotton [Ardcotten, Parish Ballysadare,, Barony Leyny] and that part of the said lands of Ardcotton and Rinn [Rinn Parish Ballysadare,, Barony Leyny]and Kilnamonagh [Kilnamagh is to the west of Ardcotten] in said deed by virtue of a lease to him made by William PHIBBS and Charles PHIBBS Esq. bearing date 22 Sept 1796 for the term of 20 years and in 1797 had sufficient to pay his just debts and being desirous of a provision for his wife Elizabeth JACKSON [aka Ellen JACKSON] otherwise MARTIN and their issue in Nov 1797 executed a voluntary deed 4 [February?] whereby Francis JACKSON assigned several lands to John MARTIN and George JACKSON Esq. upon the Trusts therein mentioned and reciting that said Francis JACKSON being unable to pay his debts entered into a Composition deed with several Creditors bearing date 1 Sep 1800 btw Francis JACKSON of 1st pt, Edward WAKEFIELD and Joseph WRIGHT Henry HEYMAN the elder and Henry HEYMAN the younger John BERRY and William BERRY and Abraham MARTIN all therein mentioned creditors of said Francis JACKSON of the 2nd part Charles MARTIN & Daniel WAKEFIELD of the 3rd pt. [more details of debt – his assets were insufficient to cover his debts] … earlier lease by Owen PHIBBS & Charles PHIBBS to Francis JACKSON … WITNESS: Alexander STEWART of Sligo distiller Thomas GRIFFITH of City of Dublin Gent. Francis JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: Camphill House, Bleachgreen, Co. Sligo. It was built btw 1795-1800. See Map of its location northeast of Ardcotton and near Collooney.

Camphill

Ardcotten

Rinn

Ballysadare

Leyny

1739-1810 Image 114

597

180

406317

DODD-JACKSON

Image 397 1804 May 31

BTW Roger DODD

BTW Roger DODD of Kingsfort Co. Sligo Esq of 1 pt & Thomas JACKSON of Gortlawnan [Gortlownan, Parish Killerry, Barony Tirerrill] Co. Sligo & James GILMORE of Middlebrook and Robert TRUMBLE of Gortlallagh Co. Leitrim of the other pt. Confirmed to Thomas JACKSON & James GILMORE & Robert TRUMBLE lands of Teretick containing 13 acres then in the occupation of the said Thomas JACKSON James GILMORE & Robert TRUMBLE bounded on East by part of Teretick … occup by John JACKSON on the west by the Great Road leading from [?] to Sligo on the north by Castleore [Castleore, Parish Killerry, Barony Tirerrill] and on the south by part of Tereleek in tenure or occupied by James DU[?] Barony Tyrere Co. Sligo for lives of Elizabeth DODD mother of said Roger DODD the Rev. Isaac DODD of Kingsfort Clerk & Owen WYNNE eldest son of Owen WYNNE of Hazelwood Co. Sligo WITNESS: Alan RUTHERFORD [?] TRUMBLE William TRUMBLE of Gortnasallagh Co. Leitrim aged 20 years and upwards …

NOTE: Roger DODD’s pedigree Miscellanea genealogica et heraldica, Volume 1,  page175. Several PHIBBS intermarriages in the family. Alicia PHIBBS, daughter of Harloe PHIBBS was the wife of Roger DODD. Elizabeth DODD the wife of Rev Oliver DODD of Kingsfort, his father,  was the daughter of John KNOX.

NOTE: There are several Gortnasallagh possibilities

·  Gortnasillagh (Gort na Saileach) , Inishmagrath Civil Parish, Barony of Drumahaire, Co. Leitrim 314 A, 3 R, 1 P

·  Gortnasillagh (see Gortnasillagh West (Gort na Saileach Thiar) (aka Gortnasillagh) , Inishmagrath Civil Parish, Barony of Drumahaire, Co. Leitrim)

·  Gortnasillagh, Rossinver Civil Parish, Barony of Rosclogher, Co. Leitrim 166 A, 2 R, 4 P

·  Gortnasillagh West (Gort na Saileach Thiar) (aka Gortnasillagh) , Inishmagrath Civil Parish, Barony of Drumahaire, Co. Leitrim 105 A, 2 R, 39 P

Tirchvick

Tyratick aka Tiratick aka Terrylicks

Killerry aka Killeary

Tirerrill

1739-1810 Image 114

622

246

429334

SHAW-TRIMBLE

Lisbleake

?

?

1739-1810 Image 114

629

602

435428

ORMSBY-McBRIDE

Lissavalley

Loughkellentine

?

?

1708-1738 Image 123

632

425

432243

REYNOLDS-JACKSON

Image 368

BTW Pat REYNOLDS of Springfield Co. Sligo Farmer of 1 pt Thomas JACKSON of Lavalley [Lavally] Co. Sligo Farmer of other pt. Reciting deed 1 Jul 1800 made btw Harloe TRUMBLE of Killinagan Co. Sligo of 1 pt & Patrick REYNOLDS of other pt … lands then in possession of Patrick REYNOLDS commonly called Coologeatubber Curragh Loobagh? & the two meadows & the mills common in all containing 27 acres plantation measure … assigned 1 May 1800 for 78 years … in consideration of £125 paid by said Thomas JACKSON made over to JACKSON town and lands of Killinogeen [[Carrigeensallagh , Parish Ballysadare, Barony Tirerrill]  commonly called Coolagsatubber Coorsiagh Looburgh & the two meadows & the meadows and mills common containing 21 acres in Barony Corran Co. Sligo for term of 9 ½ years … WITNESS: John JACKSON of Lesslegaw & James JACKSON of Lavally Co. Sligo Gents & Memorial WITNESS by said James JACKSON & James McDONOUGH of Sligo Co. Sligo. Thomas JACKSON [SEAL]

Coologeatubber

Curragh

Loobough Vore

Carrigeensallagh aka

Carrickeensellagh

 

Lavally

Ballysadare

 

 

 

 

 

 

Killerry

Tirerrill

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Corran

 

1739-1810 Image 114

635

211

436640

WHITE-JACKSON

Wm WHITE-JACKSON

Image 113 1811 May 30

BTW William WHITE of Bloomfield Co. Sligo Gent of 1st pt & John JACKSON of Rockwood Co Sligo farmer of other pt WHITE demised lands of Tiratike now occupied by Mrs. HIGGINS and her undertenants & by Charles MAGARRY & Owen KEARY excepting James KENNY’s house & Garden together with also all the Houses and Cabbins and Gardens. Bounded on the North by the Road leading from Ballintogher to Sligo on the west by that part of Tiritick in the possession of William CANBOY & Drumcondra on the South by the road leading from Ballintogher to Colloony & on the East by the Faire Place and High Roads leading through Ballintogher in Barony Tyrerill Co. Sligo. To hold from 1st May 1818 for lives of John JACKSON, Margaret his wife, Thomas his eldest son. Yearly rent £2.10 WITNESS: Catherine DELANEY Philip J. HENLEY

Tiratick aka Terrylicks

Killerry aka Killeary

Tirerrill

1708-1738 Image 123

639

66

438398

Gore & WIFE -GORE & ors

Probably Tirerrill or Tireragh see: ROD: 36-86-21412

Carrowlabane possibly Carrownabinna, Parish Easky, Barony Tireragh

Claddagh, Parish Kilmacteige, Barony Leyny

Claddagh

Claddagh Carn

Carrowlabane

Three acre field

Kilmacteige

 

Easky

 

Leyny

 

Tirerrill

1708-1738 Image 123

646

271

445775

GORE-FARRELL

Corimleighter

?

?

1708-1738 Image 123

648

140

442579

GREEN & ORMSBY  Marr Arts

Cartron Hugh

Cartronhugh

Killerry,

Tirerrill

1708-1738 Image 123

651

657

319

449895

GORE & ALGEOS marr arts

Cloughboly

Cloghboley

Drumcliff

Carbury

1708-1738 Image 123

653

192

57796

PHIBBS-PHIBBS

·  Lavally (An Leathbhaile) , Toomour Civil Parish, Barony of Corran, Co. Sligo 341 A, 2 R, 8 P

·  Lavally (An Leathbhaile) , Killerry Civil Parish, Barony of Tirerrill, Co. Sligo 1993 A, 3 R, 6 P

Lavally aka Lavilley aka

Levally

Killerry

Tirerrill aka Terrerille

1708-1738 Image 123

668

410

465250

John HAMILTON his will

Cloughboly

Cloghboley

Drumcliff

Carbury

1708-1738 Image 123

685

531

410792

MULLAN-HARTE

Carrowmaclenany

Toomour

Corran

1708-1738 Image 123

692

11

475148

GORE & ORMSBY  Marr arts

Image 11

BTW William GORE the younger of Baker Street Boardman Square Parish Saint Marlebone Co. Middlesex Esq. a Major in his Majesty’s first regiment of Dragoon Guards the eldest and only surviving son and heir of William GORE the elder of Baker Street Esq. & John KENNEDY of City of Dublin of 1st pt. The said William GORE the elder of 2nd pt the said William GORE of the 3rd pt Mary Jane ORMSBY of Porkington Co. [Salop?] spinster the only child and heiress of Owen ORMSBY late of Porkington deceased of 4th pt. Rt Hon Arthur Earl of Arran… Rt Hon Thomas James WARREN Lord Viscount [?] of 5th pt William SAURIN Esq his Majesty’s Attorney general in Ireland & David David [PENNANT?] [?] Esq of 6th pt Richard GORE of [Kenswick?] Co. Worcester Esq. Major General in his Majesty’s army & John Kynaston POWELL of Hardwick Co. Selop Esq of 7th pt Sir John GORE of ____ Co. Harts Knight Commissioner of the most Honorable Military Order [?] in his Majesty’s Royal Navy & the Hon Thomas KENYON of [?] Co. Selop Esq of 8th pt & John KENNEDY & Sir Robert William VAUGHAN of [?] Co. Denleigh Bart of 9th pt  in cosnideration of a marriage to be had shortly btw William GORE the younger & Mary Jane ORMSBY … released [11 & 12] July 1811 made btw William GORE the elder  & Dame Frances Jane Georges Morres GORE his wife of the 1st pt & William GORE the younger of the 2nd pt … lands in Co. Leitrim ROD: 636-48-488399[?] lands in Leitrim & Westmeath … lands in Co. Mayo & Co. Sligo 19 July 1811 and 29 July 1811 Book 634 page 44 No 438093[?]

NOTE: The exact townlands were not mentioned.

NOTE: In 1815 Mary Jane ORMSBY daughter of Owen ORMSBY (1749-1804) & Margaret OWEN married William Ormsby GORE (1779-1860) son of William GORE & Frances Jane Gorges GORE whose 1st husband was Heydock Evans MORRES.

NOTE: Brogyntyn, or Porkington, is a mansion in the parish of Selatyn to the north-west of Oswestry in Shropshire, England. Brogyntyn Hall was the home of the Ormsby-Gore family from 1815, and had previously been the estate of their ancestors the Maurices and Owens since the sixteenth century. It was abandoned and uninhabited from around 1985

?

?

?

1708-1738 Image 123

692

14

475149

Viscount Bulkelly-GORE & ors

?

?

?

1708-1738 Image 123

698

129

478862

Drumduffe

COOPER & orse-COX

Drumsnuff

Ballysumaghan

Tirerrill

1708-1738 Image 123

698

130

478863

Drumduffe

KEOGH-COX

Drumsnuff

Ballysumaghan

Tirerrill

1708-1738 Image 123

698

132

478864

Drumduffe

STRATFORD-COX

Drumsnuff

Ballysumaghan

Tirerrill

1708-1738 Image 123

707

404

484539

GORE & POLLOCKS Marr Arts

Image 213

Marriage BTW William GORE of Goresmount, Co. Antrim Esq of 1st pt;  [?] SINCLAIR of Belfast  spinster aunt of the said Anna POLLACK of 3rd pt Thomas SINCLAIRE the younger eldest son of John SINCLAIRE of Donegall Place and William JOHNSON of Waring Street both in the town of Belfast … Manor of Sligo lands

?

?

?

1708-1738 Image 123

715

377

489312

Kilainy

MARTYN & McMANUS M Arts

Killyaney

Kilmacteige aka Kilmatick

Leyny aka Liney

1708-1738 Image 123

721

333

492868

BALL as Master et al – COOPER

Image 162 1817 Jul 29

BTW Thomas BALL one of the Masters of the High Court of Chancery in Ireland of 1st pt; John BLACK of Sligo Co. Sligo Esq. & Thomas BLACK of City of Dublin Attorney at law Mortgagees as in said deed mentioned Elizabeth CROFTON & Anne CROFTON both of Crofton Park Co. Mayo executors of Robert Maturin CROFTON Esq. deceased who was trustee in deed 5 Jul 1811 in said mortgage mentioned Sarah JONES of [Cumment?] Co. Sligo Widow and Vaughan JONES of Bath in England executor of last will of George JONES Esq. deceased  Peter RUTLEDGE of Dromore Co. Sligo Gent as a Mortgagee as in said deed mentioned Robert ORMSBY of Sligo aforesaid Esq. trustee named in last will of George JONES of 2nd pt. … many lands in Barony Tyreraugh [Tireragh], Co. Sligo – incl Fortland [Parish Easky, Barony Tireragh]

Ballybigg … lands in Barony Lyney Co. Sligo … George JONES had married Anne BROWNE … Sarah JONES executor of George JONES, Anne JONES the Widow .,…

NOTE: Master Thomas BALL (1778-1826) son of Capt. William BALL & Ann HAMILTON

NOTE: The Barony of Tireragh straddles the border of Co. Sligo and Co. Mayo and Fortland shows up in either depending on the date of the record.

Fortland

Ballybigg aka Ballybeg

 

Carrigeensallagh aka

Carrickeensellagh

is possible

 

Carrigeen Comphull

Carrowenrush Cooge

Carranush Park

Carranagappul

Cloonegleveragh

Carranagap

Easky

Easky

 

 

Ballysadare

Tireragh

Tireragh

 

 

Tirerrill

1708-1738 Image 123

723

587

494322

CARTER & PALMERs M Arts

Image 293

Patrick CARTER of Shriff, Co. Leitrim Esq of 1st pt Henry PALMER of Shriff Esq & Catherine Jane PALMER eldest daughter of Henry PALMER of 2nd pt. Lands of Lissanny. Co. Sligo and lands in Leitrim

Lissanny

?

?

1708-1738 Image 123

724

259

494594

POWELL & wife-BRETT

Cough’s Rockfield

?

?

1708-1738 Image 123

725

126

495064

PALMER & Wife -IRWINE

Loghbone

?

?

1708-1738 Image 123

729

492

497746

PHIBBS-COOPER

Knockatelly

Drumrat

Corran

1708-1738 Image 123

733

307

500042

PHILIPS & son-FENTON

Castletown

?

?

1708-1738 Image 123

736

513

502048

KNOX & GORE’s Marriage Arts

Probably Francis KNOX & Mary GORE

Carrowreagh Carrowturine

Cloongarry Cloghtoll

Carrowdargny

Toomour,

Corran

1708-1738 Image 123

745

498

507433

VERNER & WINGFIELD Marr Arts

Image 542 1819 Oct 18

BTW William VERNER Esq of Church Hill Co. Armagh Lieut Coll in his majesty’s Regiment of Foot in 1st part & The Hon Edward WINGFIELD of Cork Abbey Co. Dublin & Harriett WINGFIELD the only daughter of said Edward WINGFIELD of 2nd pt. The Right Hon Elizabeth Dowager Lady Baroness of Rossmore of Kingdom of Ireland of 3rd pt. The Hon John WINGFIELD Stratford Place London & Hon Henry Robert WESTENRA of Rossmore Park, Co. Monaghan of 4th pt. Robert ALDRIDGE Esq. of City of Cork and Thomas VERNER Esq. of Belfast Co. Antrim of 5th pt. Reciting that a marriage was intended btw William VERNER & Harriett WINGFIELD and reciting that Thomas VERNER Esq. the grand uncle of the said William VERNER by his last will .. bequeathed to trustees … to use of William VERNER after he should attain the age of 25 years … reciting that Edward WINGFIELD under the will of his father Richard [WINGFIELD] Lord Viscount Powerscourt was seized of lands in Co. Sligo and reciting by deed of intermarriage of Edward WINGFIELD with Harriett WESTENRA the mother of Harriett WINGFIELD … estates of Co. Sligo & Co. Mayo … reciting deed 24 Oct 1819 btw Elizabeth Lady Rossmore of 1 pt & Rev Thomas BROWNRIGG Clerk of other pt … reciting John CRUMPTON 1788 obtained judgement against Thomas VERNER … [long list of lands in Co. Armagh, Co. Tyrone, Co. Monaghan, Co. Meath] … and lands of Rathmurphy Carrownloghane otherwise Carrowenloghane otherwise Carrowanloghane Carrowenurlan otherwise Carrownueelan otherwise Carrownoilarle otherwise Unlare otherwise Carrawnrlane Ballymolanny otherwise Ballysaheny Skibbolarragh otherwise Skiboleeragh otherwise Seibolerarragh [Skibbolecorragh, Parish Skreen,, Barony Tireragh] Coolrecoy otherwise Coolrekill otherwise Coylrickoyle otherwise Coylerickoyle otherwise Coyereekeele Carrawnocreea otherwise Carrownecrivy otherwise Carnecrevy Ballyoghelan otherwise Ballyhewhallan Behy otherwise Beaghy Behybey & Behymore Cabrakeele otherwise Cavrakeele Carrownbracky otherwise Carrowentracky otherwise Currowbrackie otherwise Carrowanbrackie Breafy Rathgibb Scurmore and Skermore otherwise Cormore otherwise Curmore Doneen otherwise Dooneen otherwise Clonene Rimroe otherwise Renroe otherwise Ronroe Muckduff Carranewiden otherwise Carrowardine otherwise Carrowardine Lecarrowneveigh otherwise Lecarrownaveagh Bunanilea otherwise Bunenelra otherwise Bonavillrea otherwise Bonalvillree Carne otherwise Canane & Newtown situate in Co. Sligo.  … [long list of lands in Co. Mayo] … WITNESS: John JONES servant to Countess of Clermount Lewis [?] servant to William VERNER & George GILMOUR servant to said Edward WINGFIELD …

SEE: Irish Builder and Engineer 1835 pp 200-201 for family background of Earls of Rossmore. Harriet-Heather, m 17 April 1797 the Hon Colonel Edward Wingfield brother of Richard, 4th Viscount Powerscourt.  

Also Parliamentary Papers, Vol 9 William WARNER, Lord Baron Rossmore 23 May 1810 his life provided the life or lives of Eliabeth Dowager, Lady Rossmore, Catherine Dowager Countess Clermount, Harriet WESTENRA and Anne JONES shall continue so long.

Cracrofts Peerage: Harriet Esther Westenra (d. 16 Dec 1858), mar. 17 Apr 1797 Col Hon Edward Wingfield, of Cork Abbey, co. Dublin (b. 2 Aug 1772; d. 24 Aug 1859), 3rd son of Richard [Wingfield], 3rd Viscount Powerscourt, by his wife Lady Amelia Stratford, 8th dau. of John [Stratford], 1st Earl of Aldborough, and had issue

 

Rathmurphy Carrownloghane otherwise Carrowenloghane otherwise Carrowanloghane Carrowenurlan otherwise Carrownueelan otherwise Carrownoilarle otherwise Unlare otherwise Carrawnrlane Ballymolanny otherwise Ballysaheny Skibbolarragh otherwise Skiboleeragh otherwise Seibolerarragh [Skibbolecorragh, Parish Skreen,, Barony Tireragh] Coolrecoy otherwise Coolrekill otherwise Coylrickoyle otherwise Coylerickoyle otherwise Coyereekeele Carrawnocreea otherwise Carrownecrivy otherwise Carnecrevy Ballyoghelan otherwise Ballyhewhallan Behy otherwise Beaghy Behybey & Behymore Cabrakeele otherwise Cavrakeele Carrownbracky otherwise Carrowentracky otherwise Currowbrackie otherwise Carrowanbrackie Breafy Rathgibb Scurmore and Skermore otherwise Cormore otherwise Curmore Doneen otherwise Dooneen otherwise Clonene Rimroe otherwise Renroe otherwise Ronroe Muckduff Carranewiden otherwise Carrowardine otherwise Carrowardine Lecarrowneveigh otherwise Lecarrownaveagh Bunanilea otherwise Bunenelra otherwise Bonavillrea otherwise Bonalvillree Carne otherwise Canane & Newtown

Skreen

Tireragh

1708-1738 Image 123

745

524

507459

O’BRIEN & ors-O’BRIEN

Image 554 1819 Oct 30

Lands as demised to Patrick CARTER deceased …

Probably Leaffony, Parish Kilglass. Barony Tireragh

Lisseny

Leaffony

Kilglass

Tireragh

1708-1738 Image 123

745

525

507460

MEADE & ors – O’BRIEN

Image 554 1819 Oct 30

Possibly Leaffony, Parish Kilglass. Barony Tireragh

Lisseny

Leaffony

Kilglass

Tireragh

1708-1738 Image 123

745

526

507461

BALL & Ors-

Image 55 1819 Oct 30

BTW Thomas MEADE of City of Dublin Esq. of 1st pt. Edmond FENNELL formerly of City of Limerick but now of Williamstown, Co. Dublin Esq. of 2nd pt. Maria O’BRIEN of Rahan Lodge Kings Co. Spinster of 3rd pt & Nicholas BALL of City of Dublin Esq of 4th pt. William Francis HART of City of Dublin Esq of 5th pt. … lands in Co. Kilkenny … Ballykilbay … Lissiny or Lissany Barony Tyrearagh [Tireragh] Co, Sligo [Possibly Leaffony, Parish Kilglass. Barony Tireragh]

Lisseny

Leaffony

Kilglass

Tireragh

1708-1738 Image 123

747

228

508363

GILMORE-BOND

NOTE: SEE: #90018. Maybe Cloonegashell aka

Cloonagh, Parish Toomour, Barony

 

Cloonaghmore

 

Toomour

 

Corran

1708-1738 Image 123

749

197

509532

PARKE-PEPPER & ors

?

?

?

1708-1738 Image 123

758

179

514914

CORKRAN-JACKSON  Knockatelly

Image 95 1808 Jan 3

BTW William Harloe PHIBBS of Sligo Esq. of 1 pt & the said Patrick CORKRAN of the 2nd pt The said William Harloe PHIBBS demised to Patrick CORKRAN demised lands of Knockatelly 22s at 1.10s/acre for lives of Patrick CORKRAN Thomas CORKRAN his son & John TAYLOR son of Arthur TAYLOR. Patrick CORKRAN in consideration of £80 sold to Thomas JACKSON & his heirs all rights to lands in Knockatelly,[ Knockatelly, Parish Drumrat, Barony Corran], Co. Sligo … WITNESS: John McDONAGH & John MURREN of Sligo Gents. Thomas JACKSON [SEAL]

Knockatelly

Drumrat

Corran

1739-1810 Image 114

778

432

527167

PHIBBS & ors Deed

·  Lavally (An Leathbhaile) , Toomour Civil Parish, Barony of Corran, Co. Sligo 341 A, 2 R, 8 P

·  Lavally (An Leathbhaile) , Killerry Civil Parish, Barony of Tirerrill, Co. Sligo 1993 A, 3 R, 6 P

Lavally

Killerry

 

Tirerrill

1821-1828 Image 192

780

344

528279

WHITE-WHITE

Image 174 1822 Mar 9

BTW William WHITE of Kingsbrook Co. Sligo Esq sen of 1 pt & William WHITE jun only son and heir at law of William WHITE sr. of the other pt. Reciting that said William WHITE sen is possessed of three undivided fifth parts of 8 acres 2 roods in Lands of Tiritick and also undivided fifth parts of 116 acres 3 roods 1 perch in lands of Killycreenane and three undivided fifth part of 7 acres 2 roods in land of Carrowntaylour and to undivided fifth part of the Laws Customs Fairs Tolls & Markets of town of Ballintober and the Pound and Fair Green adjoining the same and one undivided fifth part of Killycurran [?] Tiritick at yearly rent of £16.8 all which said lands were assigned to William WHITE sen by Elizabeth NICHOLSON otherwise WHITE his mother by deed 15 Feb 1792 which said lands are in Co. Sligo and reciting that the said William WHITE sen in consideration of £600 to be charged on all lands as a provision for the three younger daughters of the said William WHITE sen by Dorothea KNOTT otherwise WHITE his present wife and to be divided in equal shares … to be divided among the 5 daughters of said William WHITE sen and Dorothea his wife but to be so divised that Elizabeth WHITE otherwise FLEMING shall have  at least £40 yearly the residue to be divided in equal shares … William WHITE sr [SEAL] William WHITE jr [SEAL] … James JACKSON [C?] FERRALL subscribed as a witness

Tiretick

Killycreenane

Carrowntaylour

Ballintober

Killerry

Ballintogher aka Electoral Distirct

Ballintogher East

Tirerrill,

1821-1828 Image 192

801

320

540855

--- Marriage Arts 1825-1827

Image 232 1814 May 3

Thomas ORME of Abbeytown Co. Mayo Esq of 1st pt & William JACKSON of Prospect Co. Mayo Esq Col of North Mayo Regiment of Militia surviving trustee in will of William ORME late of Abbeytown deceased of 2nd pt. Elizabeth JACKSON 4th daughter of Col George JACKSON late of Prospect aforesaid deceased & Oliver C. JACKSON Major in said regiment & executor of last will of George JACKSON and guardian of Elizabeth JACKSON of 3rd pt; George ORMSBY of Gortnar Abbey and George JACKSON Carramore Co. Mayo Esq. of 4th pt & James JACKSON of North Mayo Regiment of Militia and Francis JACKSON of Coloony [Collooney

, Parish Ballysadare,  Barony Tirerrill] Co. Sligo Esq of 5th pt. Reciting that a marriage was about to be had btw Thomas ORME & Elizabeth JACKSON….

Collooney

Ballysadare

Tirerrill

 

807

275

544410

PHIBBS & ors – COOPER & ors

Lissanena

?

?

1821-1828 Image 192

844

141

565641

WHITE-NICHOLSON

Kilmacowen Caltragh

Leitrim

Kilmacowen

Carbury

Place Index 1828-1832

860

444

573944

--- Marriage Arts 1828-1832

Image 272 1832 Jan 13

BTW Thomas JACKSON of Lavally, Co. Sligo, farmer of 1st pt; James JACKSON 2nd son of said Thomas JACKSON of 2nd pt; James ACHESON of Cavetown [Parish of Estersnow] Co. Roscommon farmer & Elinor ACHESON  2nd daughter of James ACHESON of the other part and Alexander JACKSON of Willowman Co. Sligo & Alexander ACHESON of Drumcrea Co. Leitrim farmers of the 4th pt. … marriage of James JACKSON & Elinor ACHESON … marriage portion lands of Edenbaun, Parish Calry, Barony Carbary [Carbury], Co. Sligo & part of lands of Lislany [Lissananny Beg  & Lissananny More] Parish Emlafad [Emlaghfad] Barony Corran Co. Sligo… and Knockatelly, Parish Drumrat, Barony Corran, Co. Sligo & part of lands of Castleore, Parish Killerry, Barony Tirerrill, Co. Sligo & lands of Terrylicks [Tiratick] in Parish Killeary [Killerry] Barony Tererill [Tirerrill]  Co. Sligo  and also lands of Killyaney in Parish Kilmatick [Kilmacteige]  Barony of Liney [Leyny] Co. Sligo  and part of lands of Lavilley [Lavally] Parish Killeney [Killerry] Barony Terrerille [Tirerrill] Co. Sligo and part of lands of Drumsnuff in Parish Levey, Barony Tirerrill Co. Sligo as held by Thomas JACKSON by virtue of several leases and agreements therein before recited. To hold to Alexander JACKSON and Alexander ACHESON in trust for James JACKSON and his assigns

WITNESS: George JACKSON & William ACHESON. Thomas JACKSON [SEAL]

NOTE: Thomas JACKSON held 25 acres in Drumsnuff in the 1824 Tithe Applotment records. It was recorded as being in the parish of Ballysumaghan. The townland of Drumsnuff may have become Drumee (Droim Aodha)

Lavally

Tiratick aka Terrylicks

Killerry

Tirerrill

Place Index 1836-39

876

120

581620

FARRELL & ors Marr settlement

Image 354 1728 Apr 10

BTW James J. C. FARRELL of Gibralter House Co. Sligo. Of 1st pt. Fergus Farrel SWINFORT Co. Mayo of 2nd pt Thomas BOURNS of Castleconnor [Castleconor, Parish Castleconnor, Barony Tireragh, Co. Mayo] Co. Sligo of 3rd pt Alicia RUTLEDGE otherwise BOURNS widow daughter of said Thomas BOURNS of 4th pt & Arthur PUGH of Lissadrone, Co. Mayo & Duke CROFTON of Lakefield Co. Leitrim Esq. of 5th pt Reciting that J.C. FARRELL and Newcomen WHITELAW his trustee or one of them had lands of Highfield and Cootimore in Barony Tyrerille Co. Sligo and several other lands … and reciting that 12 Feb 1796 deed btw Fergus FARRELL of Lacklagh Co. Sligo Esq and James J.C. FARRELL eldest son and heir of Fergus FARRELL of 1st pt the Rev. Newcommen WHITELAW of the 2nd pt & John CROFTON of Lurgan Co. Leitrim of 4th pt … James J.C. FARRELL Anne FARRELL his wife … 12 Oct 1801 Thomas BOURNS the elder and Thomas BOURNS the younger get the towns and lands of Castle Connor Co. Sligo and towns and lands of Meenabo Co. Sligo and that Robert BOURNS David BOURNS and Edward CARLINGTON for 500 years get rents as provision for the younger children of said Thomas BOURNS of the said Hester O’BRIEN and there was issue of this marriage viz Eleanor Anne RUTLEDGE otherwise BOURNS and Alicia RUTLEDGE otherwise BOURNS and whereas Thomas BOURNS the younger overlived said Hester O’BRIEN and also said Thomas BOURNS elder … reciting that Alicia RUTLEDGE otherwise BOURNS was entitled under will of Alicia BOURNS to a legacy .. and to 800 bequeathed by David RUTLEDGE to James Peter RUTLEDGE her late husband and also to 1/3rd profits of Cloonlasa Ballybockreagh and Togher under lease made of same by David RUTLEDGE to said Peter RUTLEDGE and reciting that a marriage was to be had btw said Alicia RUTLEDGE otherwise BOURNS and said Fergus FARRELL … further reciting that Belinda RUTLEDGE the only child of said Alicia RUTLEDGE by James Peter RUTLEDGE her late husband was entitled to 2/3rds part of profits of Cloonlara Ballybrockagh and Togher until age 21 or married with consent of Alicia RUTLEDGE otherwise BOURNS and George RUTLEDGE her uncle ….

NOTE. 1793 Oct 12 “On Summer-Hill, James J.C. FARRELL Esq of Co. Sligo married Miss [Anne] O’BRIEN of Drumharan Co. Leitrim. SOURCE: Anthologia Hibernica Vol 2.

NOTE: The Parish of Castleconnor is in both Co. Mayo and Co. Sligo – and the boundaries of the parish seem to have shifted at some point.

NOTE: The Farrell family held lands in the Barony of Tirerrill, County Sligo. In May 1854 Fergus Farrell offered for sale lands at Carrickbanagher and Coolteen. The sale notice indicates that portions of these lands formed part of a fee-farm grant from Richard Coote, Lord Colloney to Morgan Farrell in 1667. The Freeman's Journal reported that they were purchased in trust for Alderman Farrell at a cost of over £10,000. Later, in 1856, William Ferrall offered for sale lands at Levally, barony of Tirerrill. Both Henry Lyons and Harloe Trumble Phibbs held interests in these lands. In the 1870s Edward Farrell, with an address at Capel St., Dublin, was the owner of over 1200 acres in county Sligo. At the time of Griffith's Valuation Fergus Farrell, son of James J.C. Farrell of Gibralter House, county Sligo, held the townland of Muingnabo containing 2991 acres in the parish of Kilcommon, barony of Erris, county Mayo. The property was held on a lease renewable for ever, Sir Arthur Shaen to Thomas Bournes dated 10 June 1707. In 1828 Fergus Farrell had married Alicia Bournes, widow of James Peter Ruttledge. SOURCE: Landed Estates.

Togher

[Could this be Ballintogher?]

 

Tirerrill

or

Tireragh

?

Place Index 1828-1832

 

LATER DEEDS

 

Bk

Pg

Mem

#

Grantors and notes

Townland

Parish

Barony

Index #

1833

6

116

121

COATS, Willliam- FENTON, John

 

 

 

Place Index 1833-35

1833

7

62

140

WYNNE, Owen – WALKER, Dorothea

 

 

 

Place Index 1833-35

1833

21

163

459

WYNNE, Owen & ors – WALKER, Dorothea

 

 

 

Place Index 1833-35

1838

 

 

 

Deed, dated 31st March, 1838, between Owen Wynne, of Hazlewood, in the county of Sligo, of the first part; John Arthur Wynne, of the second part; and the Honorable Willoughby Cole, commonly called Lord Viscount Cole, of Florence-court, in the county of Fermanagh, and Sir Thomas Staples, of Lissane, in the county of Tyrone, of the third part: whereby, in consideration of a marriage shortly intended to be solemnized between the said John Arthur Wynne, and Lady Anne Wandesford Butler, one of the daughters of James Wandesford Butler, Marquess of Ormonde; and in order to carry same into effect, the said Owen Wynne, and John Arthur Wynne, for the purpose of defeating and extinguishing all estates tail, in consideration of 10s., granted and released to the said Lord Viscount Cole, and Sir Thomas Staples, the manor of Sligo, with the appurtenances, courts leet, courts baron, and view of frank pledge, the town and lands of Ballynorrely otherwise Ballynorly, Losty, Ballyglass, Ballinvoher, Foughts, Barcrow, Lisnalong, Creggs, Bally weeline, Ballytivnan otherwise Ballyhuenan, Rathaberney otherwise Rathaberny, Farmoyle, Rathbraghan otherwise Rabragan, Cloonderare otherwise Cloonderane, Maherigiloine, Carncash, Tully, Rilticooly Kilticobla, Shannon Upper, Lower, and Middle Killsullogh, Monanean, Bunavelly, Behy, Ballynalacky, Moyinlagh otherwise M;c; Drumderry otherwise Dromderry, Ballinagallagh, Kilbreedy, Clonibiken, i. quarter, Knockneganny ‘. Caldrag quarter, Maghery quarter, Farrenduarry quarter, . Knappaghmore quarter, Rath quarter, Maghercourush otherwise the New Deer Park, Arnagh, Ballincarra, Mahercarncash otherwise Mahericarncash, Drum, Feeson Eighter, Munmean, Edenmore, Behey, Keengrely otherwise Lengrely, Knockalore, Cloonderare otherwise Cloonderat; Drumderry, Clooneras otherwise Cloonerat; the rectorial tithes of the parish of Drumcliff; the mansion-house, offices, and demesne of Hazlewood;—all the houses in Bridgestreet in the town of Sligo, in the occupation of Thomas Woods, John Edwards, the Widow Jameson, John Boothe, and Mitchelburne Knox, or their representatives; the houses and parks in High-street, in the occupation of Thomas Jones, William Duke, Robert Bunteen, Alexander Wilson, Matthew Sleater, Sergeant Heacock, Thomas Burrowes, James Boyd, and Archibald Egleston, or their representatives; the houses and gardens in Church-lane, in the occupation of Henry King, Robert Wilson, Wm. Duke, Sergeant Heacock, Thos. Burrowes, Robert Bunteen, Robt. Sleater, and Luke Ash, or their representatives; the houses and premises in Radcliffe-street, in possession of George Knox, William Jameson, Michael Stanley, John Gibson, and Andrew Caldwell, or their representatives; also, the houses and gardens in John's-lane, Back-lane, Kay-street, Holbourne and Stephen-street, in the town of Sligo, in the occupation of Thomas Killeen, John Anderson, John Winterscale, Nicholas Wall, Robert and Thomas Mathews, Abraham Martin, Joseph Debutts, Widow Jackson, Widow Hughes, Philip Bowen, Philip Cox, Mitchelburne Knox, Henry King, Charles Morton, Thomas Williamson, the Rev. Mr. Munns, John Smith, John Crooks, Widow Read, William Griffith, James Gibson, Matthew Phibbs, Widow Knox, William Vernon, and Thomas Knox; a fee farm rent of 11. out of the lands of Knockanelty; 11. 3s. out of houses in Back-lane, in the occupation of Joshua Debutts, or his representatives, and the tolls and customs of the fairs and markets in the town of Sligo, in the baronies of Carberry, Tirrerill, Liney, and Corran, and county of Sligo;-the manor of Lurganboy, and town and lands of Lurganboy, Gortanare, Largandoone, Dedreen, Stranamin, Corgless, Lignamacon, Muryfoyle, Seracreighan, Knocknaglassagh, Lignefagheroy, and Cornegragerney, and the customs and tolls of the fairs and markets of Lurganboy, in the barony of Rosclogher, and county of LEITRIM, and all timber and trees growing on said lands;–a piece of ground on the east side of Bridgefoot-street, near Usher's quay, containing, in breadth in front 76 feet, in rere 52 feet, from front to rere on the north side 210 feet, and on the south side 207 feet; another piece of ground on the east side of said street, containing in front and rere 55 feet 6 inches, depth from front to rere 217 feet, and on the south 207 feet; also another piece of ground in said street, containing in breadth in front and rere 55 feet 6inches, and depth from front to rere 217 feet, bounded on the east to concerns set to William Christian on the north side, on the west to said street, and on the north and south by the two former pieces of ground, in the parish of Saint Audeon's, and city of Dublin; said three plots of ground and houses became vested in said Owen Wynne by assignment of 15th day of July, 1836;-and also the new Sligo estates, that is to . the woods of Lisgarriff otherwise Lisgarrow, otherwise Rockwood, and all the woods and timber growing or standing thereon, together with the mountain and lands which has been copsed and enclosed, containing 276 acres 6 roods and 32 perches; also the two small islands in Loughgill, containing 2 acres, in the barony of Tirrerill; the lands called Bullock Island or Church Island, in Loughgill, containing 8 acres 2 roods and 10 perches, held by lease made for 2 lives or 31 years, by Roger Park, bearing date 10th April, 1784; the island of Ennismurray, containing 126 acres 1 rood and 6 perches, in the parish of Aghamlish; the island of Irinishmore, in Loughgill, in the barony of Carberry, and county of Sligo;—that piece of ground in the town of Sligo, called the Old Fort, and all the tenements and premises within the walls; also a piece of ground of 14 feet in breadth in the town of Sligo, containing the magazine, storehouse, the surveyor of excise house, the ruins of the artillery barracks, held by lease renewable for ever from the Earl of Carhampton, the Honorable Thomas Pakenham, Richard Maginnes, Richard Archdall, and Robert Wynne, the principal Officers of Ordnance in Ireland; part of the lands of Cloghermore, containing 96 acres 3 roods and 19 perches, in the parish of Calry, and barony of Carberry, and the right of cutting and carrying away turf from the bogs of Loughenental, held by lease from John Ormsby, dated 1st December, 1794, for a term of 3 lives; also a small island near the shore of Lesanagh, held by lease for 3 lives from the Rev. Philip Percival. from 2nd September, 1797; a piece of ground in High-street, in the town of Sligo, whereon the new corn-market stands, held by two leases for lives renewable for ever, one from Mark Mills, the other from Samuel Barrett;—part of the lands of Aghamore, called the wood and mountain of Doonee, and the land usually held by the Wood-ranger, containing 1 acre and 3 cows' grass; more in the same, reserved from Gilbert Thumble; and also all the timber and trees of all kinds growing upon said land of Aghamore, known by the name of the Wood and Mountain of Doonee, and purchased from said Thomas Ormsby, by deed of 29th August, 1810, held by lease from Thomas Ormsby, by lease for 3 lives from 29th August, 1810; part of the lands of Cregg otherwise Creggs, whereon a corn-mill, called Mill Port, with store-houses and offices in part erected, containing 3 acres, with the quays now laid out of the harbour to be enclosed, with all rights of water, held by lease for 3 lives renewable for ever, from Blaney Townley Balfour, the Honorable Hugh Howard, and Samuel Bulteel, from 13th December, 1813; the lands of Cabins otherwise Belvoir, containing 153 acres, purchased from George Ormsby; Carns, containing 63 acres and 36 perches, held by lease for 2 lives from the Rev. Henry Martin, bearing date the 8th June, 1816; a piece of ground, on which the butter market stands, in the town of Sligo, held by lease from Lord Viscount Palmerston; part of Kiltycoghill, containing 19 acres and 21 perches, held by lease made by Sir Percy Gething, for 1 life (John Arthur Wynne) or 21 years, from 28th day of March, 1818; all the land surrounded by part of Loughill, containing 1 acre 2 roods and i8 perches; Wolf Island, dry pasture, containing 2 acres, 2 roods and 39 perches; Goat Island, containing 1 rood and 27 perches, with the small Island between the stony point and the Wolf Island, containing 8 perches; the entire of the Islands and point, containing 4 acres 2 roods and 12 perches, and appertain to said lands of Aghamore, held by conveyance made by Edward Carroll, bearing date 27th June, 1818, in the barony of Carberry; Garryduffe, in the barony of Tyreragh; more of Kilticoghill and Stoneypark, containing 262 acres 2 roods and 25 perches, plantation measure, being composed of the parks, as also the parts lately held by Patrick Payne and William Clancey, held by lease for 2 lives or 31 years, from Sir Percy Gething, from 23rd November, 1829, in the barony of Carberry, and county of Sligo, all which said lands and premises were acquired by said Owen Wynne since his marriage, and all other lands and premises which the said Owen Wynne and John Arthur Wynne are now entitled, save and except that part called and known as the Holywell estate, in the county of Sligo: To hold said manors, lands, and premises to the said Lord Viscount Cole and Sir Thomas Staples, in trust, to preserve the life estate of said Owen Wynne, then to the several uses, intents, and purposes declared in the marriage settlement of the said John Arthur Wynne with the said Honorable Anne Wandesford Butler, commonly called the Lady Anne Wandesford Butler, bearing equal date herewith.-Inrolled 28th May, 1838, page 259. NOTE: The wife of Sir Percy GETHING was Lady Anne PARKE who had married firstly Sir Francis GORE ( of Artarman, Co. Sligo. NOTE: Honorable Willoughby Cole, commonly called Lord Viscount Cole, of Florence-court, in the county of Fermanagh may be the son of John COLE 1st Baron Mountflorence & Elizabeth WILLOGHBY. (SOURCE: GENI) NOTE: Lady Sarah COLE, daughter of William Willoughby COLE had a daughter Anne WYNNE. NOTE: In  ROD: 178-28-117659, dated 1754, Widow JACKSON was listed in the houses and gardens in John's-lane, Back-lane, Kay-street, Holbourne and Stephen-street, in the town of Sligo

 

 

 

 

1838

20

287

546

Thomas JACKSON-James JACKSON

Image 419 1830 Jan 11

BTW Thomas JACKSON late of Gurtlarnan [probably Gortlownan, Parish Killerry, Barony Tirerrill] Co. Leitrim but now of Lavally, Co. Sligo Gent of 1 pt & James JACKSON of Lavally Co. Sligo Farmer of the other pt. … Lands of Lugdoon containing 21 acres. Thomas JACKSON in love and affection and 5 shillings bound to James JACKSON … WITNESS: George JACKSON of Gortalonan [probably Gortlownan, Parish Killerry, Barony Tirerrill] & William ACHESON of Canetown farmers Co. Sligo. Memorial WITNESS: James JACKSON & George JACKSON. Patrick KELLY. Sworn 30 Oct 1838.

NOTE:

·  Lavally (An Leathbhaile) , Toomour Civil Parish, Barony of Corran, Co. Sligo 341 A, 2 R, 8 P

·  Lavally (An Leathbhaile) , Killerry Civil Parish, Barony of Tirerrill, Co. Sligo 1993 A, 3 R, 6 P

Lugdoon

Lavally

Templeboy,

Killerry

Tireragh

Tirerrill

Place Index 1836-39

1840

7

250

199

KNOX, Francis & ors-Oliver JACKSON & ors

Probably Oliver Cuffe JACKSON (1801-1865) SEE: JACKSONs of Enniscoe and Carramore, Co. Mayo

Possibly Doomore, Parish Achonry, Barony Leyny

Daughmare

Image 400

Achonry

Liney aka Leyny

1838 Book 20

1840

22

2

618

John FERRALL & ors – PHIBBS & ors

Image 213 1840 Aug 8

I was looking for JACKSONs – no mention.

Lavally

Image 458

Killerry

Tirerrill

1838 Book 20

1841

9

189

257

Thomas BLACK-George JACKSON

Possibly Drumbaun, Parish Achonry, Barony Leyny

Image 510 1841 Apr 13

BTW Thomas BLACK of Eccles Street, City of Dublin Esq of 1st pt & Anne JACKSON of Fortland Co. Mayo Spinster of 2nd Pt. & George Humphry JACKSON (1811-1895) of Fortland Co. Mayo Esq of 3rd pt

NOTE: George Humphry JACKSON was a son of Oliver Cuffe JACKSON & Maria RUTLEDGE. SEE: JACKSONs of Enniscoe and Carramore, Co. Mayo

NOTE: Fortland Parish Easky, Barony Tireragh, Co. Sligo. The Barony of Tireragh straddles the border of Co. Sligo and Co. Mayo and Fortland shows up in either depending on the date of the record.

Drumbana

Image 400

Achonry

Liney aka Leyny

1838 Book 20

1841

14

38

391

John TOWNSEND-John RAMSAY

Tiretick

Tiratick aka Terrylicks

Killerry

Tirerrill

1838 Book 20

1842

5

277

165

Anne WILLIAMS-John RAMSEY

Tiretick

Tiratick aka Terrylicks

Killerry

Tirerrill

1838 Book 20

 

NOTE: I do not yet have the Memorial number for this one.

142

551.-Deed, dated 31st March, 1838, between Owen Wynne, of Hazlewood, in the county of Sligo, of the first part; John Arthur Wynne, of the second part; and the Honorable Willoughby Cole, commonly called Lord Viscount Cole, of Florence-court, in the county of Fermanagh, and Sir Thomas Staples, of Lissane, in the county of Tyrone, of the third part: whereby, in consideration of a marriage shortly intended to be solemnized between the said John Arthur Wynne, and Lady Anne Wandesford Butler, one of the daughters of James Wandesford Butler, Marquess of Ormonde; and in order to carry same into effect, the said Owen Wynne, and John Arthur Wynne, for the purpose of defeating and extinguishing all estates tail, in consideration of 10s., granted and released to the said Lord Viscount Cole, and Sir Thomas Staples, the manor of Sligo, with the appurtenances, courts leet, courts baron, and view of frank pledge, the town and lands of Ballynorrely otherwise Ballynorly, Losty, Ballyglass, Ballinvoher, Foughts, Barcrow, Lisnalong, Creggs, Bally weeline, Ballytivnan otherwise Ballyhuenan, Rathaberney otherwise Rathaberny, Farmoyle, Rathbraghan otherwise Rabragan, Cloonderare otherwise Cloonderane, Maherigiloine, Carncash, Tully, Rilticooly Kilticobla, Shannon Upper, Lower, and Middle Killsullogh, Monanean, Bunavelly, Behy, Ballynalacky, Moyinlagh otherwise M;c; Drumderry otherwise Dromderry, Ballinagallagh, Kilbreedy, Clonibiken, i. quarter, Knockneganny ‘. Caldrag quarter, Maghery quarter, Farrenduarry quarter, . Knappaghmore quarter, Rath quarter, Maghercourush otherwise the New Deer Park, Arnagh, Ballincarra, Mahercarncash otherwise Mahericarncash, Drum, Feeson Eighter, Munmean, Edenmore, Behey, Keengrely otherwise Lengrely, Knockalore, Cloonderare otherwise Cloonderat; Drumderry, Clooneras otherwise Cloonerat; the rectorial tithes of the parish of Drumcliff; the mansion-house, offices, and demesne of Hazlewood;—all the houses in Bridgestreet in the town of Sligo, in the occupation of Thomas Woods, John Edwards, the Widow Jameson, John Boothe, and Mitchelburne Knox, or their representatives; the houses and parks in High-street, in the occupation of Thomas Jones, William Duke, Robert Bunteen, Alexander Wilson, Matthew Sleater, Sergeant Heacock, Thomas Burrowes, James Boyd, and Archibald Egleston, or their representatives; the houses and gardens in Church-lane, in the occupation of Henry King, Robert Wilson, Wm. Duke, Sergeant Heacock, Thos. Burrowes, Robert Bunteen, Robt. Sleater, and Luke Ash, or their representatives; the houses and premises in Radcliffe-street, in possession of George Knox, William Jameson, Michael Stanley, John Gibson, and Andrew Caldwell, or their representatives; also, the houses and gardens in John's-lane, Back-lane, Kay-street, Holbourne and Stephen-street, in the town of Sligo, in the occupation of Thomas Killeen, John Anderson, John Winterscale, Nicholas Wall, Robert and Thomas Mathews, Abraham Martin, Joseph Debutts, Widow Jackson, Widow Hughes, Philip Bowen, Philip Cox, Mitchelburne Knox, Henry King, Charles Morton, Thomas Williamson, the Rev. Mr. Munns, John Smith, John Crooks, Widow Read, William Griffith, James Gibson, Matthew Phibbs, Widow Knox, William Vernon, and Thomas Knox; a fee farm rent of 11. out of the lands of Knockanelty; 11. 3s. out of houses in Back-lane, in the occupation of Joshua Debutts, or his representatives, and the tolls and customs of the fairs and markets in the town of Sligo, in the baronies of Carberry, Tirrerill, Liney, and Corran, and county of Sligo;-the manor of Lurganboy, and town and lands of Lurganboy, Gortanare, Largandoone, Dedreen, Stranamin, Corgless, Lignamacon, Muryfoyle, Seracreighan, Knocknaglassagh, Lignefagheroy, and Cornegragerney, and the customs and tolls of the fairs and markets of Lurganboy, in the barony of Rosclogher, and county of LEITRIM, and all timber and trees growing on said lands;–a piece of ground on the east side of Bridgefoot-street, near Usher's quay, containing, in breadth in front 76 feet, in rere 52 feet, from front to rere on the north side 210 feet, and on the south side 207 feet; another piece of ground on the east side of said street, containing in front and rere 55 feet 6 inches, depth from front to rere 217 feet, and on the south 207 feet; also another piece of ground in said street, containing in breadth in front and rere 55 feet 6inches, and depth from front to rere 217 feet, bounded on the east to concerns set to William Christian on the north side, on the west to said street, and on the north and south by the two former pieces of ground, in the parish of Saint Audeon's, and city of Dublin; said three plots of ground and houses became vested in said Owen Wynne by assignment of 15th day of July, 1836;-and also the new Sligo estates, that is to . the woods of Lisgarriff otherwise Lisgarrow, otherwise Rockwood, and all the woods and timber growing or standing thereon, together with the mountain and lands which has been copsed and enclosed, containing 276 acres 6 roods and 32 perches; also the two small islands in Loughgill, containing 2 acres, in the barony of Tirrerill; the lands called Bullock Island or Church Island, in Loughgill, containing 8 acres 2 roods and 10 perches, held by lease made for 2 lives or 31 years, by Roger Park, bearing date 10th April, 1784; the island of Ennismurray, containing 126 acres 1 rood and 6 perches, in the parish of Aghamlish; the island of Irinishmore, in Loughgill, in the barony of Carberry, and county of Sligo;—that piece of ground in the town of Sligo, called the Old Fort, and all the tenements and premises within the walls; also a piece of ground of 14 feet in breadth in the town of Sligo, containing the magazine, storehouse, the surveyor of excise house, the ruins of the artillery barracks, held by lease renewable for ever from the Earl of Carhampton, the Honorable Thomas Pakenham, Richard Maginnes, Richard Archdall, and Robert Wynne, the principal Officers of Ordnance in Ireland; part of the lands of Cloghermore, containing 96 acres 3 roods and 19 perches, in the parish of Calry, and barony of Carberry, and the right of cutting and carrying away turf from the bogs of Loughenental, held by lease from John Ormsby, dated 1st December, 1794, for a term of 3 lives; also a small island near the shore of Lesanagh, held by lease for 3 lives from the Rev. Philip Percival. from 2nd September, 1797; a piece of ground in High-street, in the town of Sligo, whereon the new corn-market stands, held by two leases for lives renewable for ever, one from Mark Mills, the other from Samuel Barrett;—part of the lands of Aghamore, called the wood and mountain of Doonee, and the land usually held by the Wood-ranger, containing 1 acre and 3 cows' grass; more in the same, reserved from Gilbert Thumble; and also all the timber and trees of all kinds growing upon said land of Aghamore, known by the name of the Wood and Mountain of Doonee, and purchased from said Thomas Ormsby, by deed of 29th August, 1810, held by lease from Thomas Ormsby, by lease for 3 lives from 29th August, 1810; part of the lands of Cregg otherwise Creggs, whereon a corn-mill, called Mill Port, with store-houses and offices in part erected, containing 3 acres, with the quays now laid out of the harbour to be enclosed, with all rights of water, held by lease for 3 lives renewable for ever, from Blaney Townley Balfour, the Honorable Hugh Howard, and Samuel Bulteel, from 13th December, 1813; the lands of Cabins otherwise Belvoir, containing 153 acres, purchased from George Ormsby; Carns, containing 63 acres and 36 perches, held by lease for 2 lives from the Rev. Henry Martin, bearing date the 8th June, 1816; a piece of ground, on which the butter market stands, in the town of Sligo, held by lease from Lord Viscount Palmerston; part of Kiltycoghill, containing 19 acres and 21 perches, held by lease made by Sir Percy Gething, for 1 life (John Arthur Wynne) or 21 years, from 28th day of March, 1818; all the land surrounded by part of Loughill, containing 1 acre 2 roods and i8 perches; Wolf Island, dry pasture, containing 2 acres, 2 roods and 39 perches; Goat Island, containing 1 rood and 27 perches, with the small Island between the stony point and the Wolf Island, containing 8 perches; the entire of the Islands and point, containing 4 acres 2 roods and 12 perches, and appertain to said lands of Aghamore, held by conveyance made by Edward Carroll, bearing date 27th June, 1818, in the barony of Carberry; Garryduffe, in the barony of Tyreragh; more of Kilticoghill and Stoneypark, containing 262 acres 2 roods and 25 perches, plantation measure, being composed of the parks, as also the parts lately held by Patrick Payne and William Clancey, held by lease for 2 lives or 31 years, from Sir Percy Gething, from 23rd November, 1829, in the barony of Carberry, and county of Sligo, all which said lands and premises were acquired by said Owen Wynne since his marriage, and all other lands and premises which the said Owen Wynne and John Arthur Wynne are now entitled, save and except that part called and known as the Holywell estate, in the county of Sligo: To hold said manors, lands, and premises to the said Lord Viscount Cole and Sir Thomas Staples, in trust, to preserve the life estate of said Owen Wynne, then to the several uses, intents, and purposes declared in the marriage settlement of the said John Arthur Wynne with the said Honorable Anne Wandesford Butler, commonly called the Lady Anne Wandesford Butler, bearing equal date herewith.-Inrolled 28th May, 1838, page 259. NOTE: The wife of Sir Percy GETHING was Lady Anne PARKE who had married firstly Sir Francis GORE ( of Artarman, Co. Sligo. NOTE: Honorable Willoughby Cole, commonly called Lord Viscount Cole, of Florence-court, in the county of Fermanagh may be the son of John COLE 1st Baron Mountflorence & Elizabeth WILLOGHBY. (SOURCE: GENI) NOTE: Lady Sarah COLE, daughter of William Willoughby COLE had a daughter Anne WYNNE. NOTE: In  ROD: 178-28-117659, dated 1754, Widow JACKSON was listed in the houses and gardens in John's-lane, Back-lane, Kay-street, Holbourne and Stephen-street, in the town of Sligo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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