This little girl is the only one of my ancestors, back to 1800, not born in south Ulster.

It brings to mind another little girl, her great-grandmother, who was born in India about 1794 and married 11 years later.

Picture of Elsie Henry
Family Genealogy By Peter Morell McWilliam

Legal Papers

Introduction

Due to the loss of many Irish public records in 1922 additional emphasis is placed on those records that have survived intact.

In 1708 the Irish Parliament passed two Bills, 6 Anne, c.2, and 8 Geo. I, C. 15, established the Registry of Deeds, which was important for the stabilisation of land-holding, particularly in the period following the Revolution settlement. It provided legal proof of ownership and a record of any conveyance or transfer.

1707 6 Anne, C.2:

An Act for the Public Registering of all Deeds Conveyances and Wills that shall be made of any Honors Manors Lands Tenements or Hereditaments

1721, 8 Geo. I, c. 15:

An Act for explaining and amending two several Acts in Relation to that Publick Registering of all Deeds Conveyances and Wills
(Edith Mary Johnston-Liik, History of the Irish Parliament, 1692-1800)

 The anti-papal bias of the time is evident in the preamble:

‘For securing purchasers, preventing forgeries and fraudulent gifts and conveyances of lands, tenements and hereditaments, which have been frequently practised in this kingdom, especially by Papists, to the great prejudice of the Protestant interest thereof, and for settling and establishing a certain method, with proper rules and directions, for registering a memorial of all deeds and conveyances.’

Many deeds relate to land transactions - sales, leases, mortgages and also marriage settlements and wills. Inevitably such records tend to derive initially from the landed classes. However many do refer to leases of quite modest amounts of land, some sub-leases. Such leases were often for named lives -frequently the children of the lessee so the records do extend well down the social scale. I have also come across a number of Presbyterian marriage settlements from the second half of the 18th century. In the early years the type of leases a Catholic could take was restricted but by the end of the 18th century many do feature.

Registration was not compulsory so while some families of interest to me  like  Conolly, Dickson, Eccles and Lucas did register numerous deeds, many did not. Finding an ancestor's name in a deed is a matter of luck.

Between 1708 and 1831 about 600,000 Deeds were registered each containing on average 5-10 names though of course some names occur on many occasions.

The Registry, located in Henrietta St., Dublin, can be somewhat difficult to use. There are two indexes - Names and Lands. The former is indexed only by first party or grantor and no location is given in the earlier index books. The latter is sorted by county and then townland. Given the changes in townland spelling and even name using this Index may require a degree of local knowledge.

Nick Reddan established the on-line indexing project about 10 years ago:

Registry of Deeds Indexing Project

To date over 25,000 memorials have been abstracted and are fully searchable.

The Church of Latter Day Saints (Mormons) microfilmed the Name and Land Indexes and also the memorial books back in the 1950s. From the beginning of 2017 they have started to put images both for the indexes and memorial books on-line where they can be freely accessed.

Increasingly this resource is being opened out to everyone - even those not living near Henrietta St., Dublin where the originals are located.

Link directly to Wills or Marriage Settlements

Deeds

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Charles Deeds

PRONI D467/133: 1st April, 1816
Charles Robison, Stewart Hall, Co Tyrone to
John Charles, Baltenanne - bond of £200

1865;4;142
Charles, Henry R & Mary Charles to Moore John
1865;35;307
Charles, Henry R to Greer Thomas
1867;15;10
Charles, Henry R & Mary Charles to Kyle James
1860;7;97
John Hughes Charles (Watchmaker) to Charles Thomas
1861;25;255
John Hughes Charles & oths to Charles David H
1852;24;123
HR Charles to Wm Pau
1857;26;18
HR Charles to Jas Devlin
1857;26;19
HR Charles to Isaac Houston
1857;26;20
HR Charles to John Hunter
1857;26;80
HR Charles to Michael Harbison
1858;16;223
HR Charles to Wm Kelly
1858;22;207
HR Charles to Ulster Banking Co
1870 3 33
Henry R Charles to Margaret Walsh
Transferred lands and £300 insurance policy
Witnessed by James Crooks Bell of Dungannon and DH Charles MD

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Clugston Deeds

2:382:522 – 1709
Henry Lawrence to Roth Jones (Thomas Waring mentioned)
Knocknagor, 340, Coose, 132, Ballyvarly, 227, Crever, 62 Aghnehenny, 105, Kerenan, 200, Gragerlogh, 89, Kocksoky, 101, & part of Lisnafiffy, 190 acres profitable land, one full moiety of same town, passed in Pattent to Wm Waring dec’d in trust for Sir John Barret to Agnes Barret, his wife to use of Thos Waring until paid £400 lent unto Henry Lawrence

20:433:11158
Henry Lawrence to John Wood – above land

174:237:115981 – 1735
Waring to Lawrence
Wm Waring of Dublin, son & heir of Thos Waring, late of Waringstown to Thos Worsop Lawrence above lands

38:57:23235 19/20/03/1722 Reg 11/05/1728
Lease & Release
John Waring, St Clements Dane, Middlesex, England, Woolen Draper 1P
Thomas Waring, Waringstown, Co Down, Gent 2P
William Waring, dec'd, Waringstown, Esq
Lease: 1P for 5s to 2P, Lisnafifea & Dromhurk (286 acres Irish Measure) in Parishes of Tullylish & Seapatrick, Co Down
Tenants as in original deed mentioned
1P has title by virtue of will of C
Witnesseth 1P for £1,000 by 2P
DW John Hamilton, Esq, Liberties of City of London
DWMW Richard Cuppage
DW William Waring

387:418:262437 – 1788
William Henry Waring of Newry, son of Thomas Waring, late of Newry, esq & Thos Waring of Newry, esq, his son for £210 Wm Henry gives to Thos & after yearly annuity of £30 out of land of Drumhurk and Lisnafiffy

864:92:575592 – 1830
Thomas Waring of Newry to Rev Andrew Craig
Drumhurk & Lisnafiffy

889:47:588047 – 1832
Various Craigs etc to Waring of above

PRONI D1769/25/1 dates 1783-c.1940
Two boxes of miscellaneous deeds, correspondence, etc, including bundle of copy deeds, correspondence and assignment. Memorandum and Articles of Association of Wm. Waugh & Co. Ltd. and tracing of lands to be sold. Wm. Waugh & Co. Ltd. (in liquidation) Linen Manufacturers of Belfast. with Thos. Alex. Dickson M.P. of Dungannon, Co. Tyrone, and James Dickson Walker of Castlecaulfield, Co. Tyrone, and ors. Hazelbank, Parish of Tullylish, Co. Down, Coose, Barony of Lr. Iveagh, Co. Down. Lisnafiffy,Co. Down. [1783-c.1940] closed for 60 years from terminal date.
Educational Endowments (Ireland) Act 1885, Amending Schemes, Case for Counsel and copy deeds. Belfast Royal Academy. [1928 - 1935]
Bundle of correspondence, particulars of profit and loss, copy submission to arbitration, valuation of buildings and machinery and award. George Washington Chargers of Craigavad, Co. Down and Wm. Kirk & Son of Belfast and Annvale, Keady, Co. Armagh, Linen Manufacturers, Bleachers, Dyers and Finishers. Annvale, Keady, Co. Armagh. [1878 - 1879

PRONI D695/131
Cap John Baret, Capt Rawdon, Capt Magill, Capt Lesley, William Waring [Colon] Mouro, Mr Gill
List of debenture lands held by Baret and disposed of stated parties. Twenty-nine townlands Co Down

PRONI D695/132 – No date
List of lands passed in patent to William Waring with abstracts of the several leases of the lands; 10 townlands totalling c. 1033 acres
[Nos. 112-132 in original bundle, contained in sheet endorsed “Private soldiers deeds of sale to Capt. Baret in the year 1656 and delivered to Mr Waring 1663”. “Soldiers deeds ………… assigned unto me”[ [18th year of the reign]

From Marilyn Cohen in Linen, Family and Community in Tullylish, Co Down, 1690-1914 pg 31
After the rebellion was crushed by Oliver Cromwell, various inquiries were held that gave witness to local incidents in Tullylish, and resulted in the seizure and distribution of the Magennis sept’s lands. PRONI D695/96. Every soldier who fought received a land debenture for a holding in proportion to the arrears of pay due to him at the rate in Ulster of 4s to the acre. Through this process, the ancient territory of Clanconnell fell to Lord Deputy Fleetwood’s troop of horse and the company of his regiment of foot commanded by Captain John Barret. One small portion of 41 acres in Tullylish fell to the lot of Captain Sterne’s troop.
Since most soldiers had no desire to become colonists, their officers saw an opportunity for the easy acquisition of large estates. They bought up the men’s grants and established themselves as landlords while the soldiers returned to England. Captain John Barret, an officer in Fleetwood’s regiment, sold the land he had bought to Sir George Rawdon, Captain Magill, William Leslie and William Waring. PRONI D695/131 & 132. The area was then planted with colonists from southwest Scotland and the north of England, many of whom were Church of Ireland, resulting in the large proportion of this denomination in the diocese of Dromore and its immediate surrounding area.

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Conolly Deeds

Nat Arch M6917/82 3 Oct 1693
Phelim Conolly, gent, of Edinbrone, Co Monaghan, and William Conolly. It relates to £1,000 loan.
Witnessed by Patrick Conolly & Thomas Atkinson
Edinbrone is in the parish of Aghnamullen

As early as 1693 William was paying his six sisters an allowance out of the Donegal estates
[Conolly's accounts for the College lands at Tirhugh, May 1693; IAA 97/84 C24/1]

C33 in the Castletown papers includes a Chancery bill filed by Rev John Forbes alleging that William & Phelim Conolly & other members of the Conolly family have withheld from Forbes a debt owed him by the late Terence Conolly of Co Donegal

Rent rolls, Ballyshannon Estate of the Conolly Family compiled from:

The Castletown Papers at the Irish Architectural Archive

The National Library of Ireland

The National Archives of Ireland

Castletown Papers C28

Know all men by these presents that the Rt Honble William Conolly Esq have & by these presents doe authorise constitute and appoint (Thomas) John Dixon of Ballyshannon in the County of Donegall esq & Henry Major of the same town & county Gents my true & lawfull attorny’s for me and in my under the College of Dublin in the county of Donegall to the several and respective Tennants that held and enjoyed the same by Lease or Leases from or under my uncle the Rt Honble William Conolly Esq dec’d for the term of fourteen years commencing the first day of May( one thousand seven hundred and thirty) 1737 att the same rent and receivers fees and under the same covenant that the said Tennants respectively paid or held their respective holdings in the said lands by their former leases from and under my said uncle and paying one full years rent for my use of their respective holdings upon the Perfection of their respective leases and to sign my name & to putt my Seal to such lease or leases as my said Attrys shall make of the
said lands & premises or any part of them pursuant to this power & to deliver the same as any Act & Deed & I doe hereby ratify and confirm these my said Attoys shall lawfully doe according to the power hereby granted them as witnessed my hand & seal this 27th day of October One thousand seven hundred and thirty one
Signed Sealed & Delivered  Wm Conolly
In the presence of
Alexr Nesbitt Darby Clarke

William Conolly snr died in 1829, Thomas Dickson who was married to Wm Conolly’s sister, Elizabeth died in 1733 and was replaced as agent to William Conolly, jun by John Dickson, his eldest son

A rent Rowle of the Manor of Ballyshannon from, May 1689 by the Folliott agent, Thomas Atkinson: Castletown Papers C/23/1

Thomas Fauser, Roger Seayles and Partners, the garden of Ardfarna and Maughery Carr 46.13.9
James Magilpader, the halfe quarter of Raglasse 4.15
Connor O’Cleary, the halfe quarter of Ramore 9.0
(Wm) Connolly, the 10 ballyboes of Ballymunterhigin 16.10
Donogh o’Tumany the 4 ballyboes of Ardlaughill 8.15
Tho Ellis, the four ballyboes of Lecklostrane 2.14.6
Henery Jones, the 2 Ballyboes of Ballynecarig 7.10.7 1/2
Patrick Connelly, the Ballybo of Sminver & Mill 9.0.0
Wm Smith the ballybo of Rakin ye 4 ballyboes of Ballyhanna and the ballybo of Tully 13.0
Wm Fauser, ballybo and a half of Camblin 5.0
Archable Harvie, ye ballybo of Templenew 2.16.8
Rowland Fauser, the two Ballyboes of Knocksheeran and Edinagore 6.0
John Delap, the houses of Portnason ballybo of land store house and Tann house at Beleek 7.13
Francis Earles, the quarter of Beleek 13.10
Wm Fletcher, ye ballybo of Knocknashangan 3.0
The Cunny warran, John Delap 5.0
Francis Irwin, the quarter of Corlea 10.0
Robert Delap, ye quarter of Knader 17.10
Lewis Lipsey, Culecallow and macafras Campe 16.10
Bryan o Muckerran, the quarter of Cashell 13.0
Redmond O’Gollogher, Ye Ballybo of achidooey 2.17.6
(Matt) Floyde, the Rahill 4.5
John Henderson, the Ballybo of Ardgilly 3.5
(Wm) MaCawly, the Ballybo of Behay 4.15
John Boy Makennay, the third of Ballydermot 6.0
(Corrish) O’Clery, one third of Ballydermot 5.19.6
Tho Atkinson, the four Ballyboes of Creevey
The halfe quarter of Caricknahorna under distress 6.14.6
(Conor) magargie, Nine Ballyboes of Ballymagroerty 24.10
John maCordock ye other halfe quarter of Caricknahorn 6.14.6
(--) Francis Folliot, ye two ballyboes of Leskie 6.5
(Tho) Atkinson, the 2 ballyboes of Loughin ye ballyboes of Cavangarde 7.15
(--aney) Irwine, Ye quarter of Cashelard 13.9
(--oghey) mc a Teere, ye quarter of Tober 10.4.6
(--ale)mcSwine, ye 4 ballyboes of Ballynecarig 13.0
Francis Jenings, ye 2 parks of Gortenasse 1.0
(----) Knox, on Ballybo of Ballymagroerty called Relalln 2.10
(--nor) maCawly, the quarter of Garvanagh 8.14.6

Total £363.7.6 ½

Wm mc a Teere, the ballybo of Tullycorka 4.4.6
Mulaghnashee and the meadow set to Fra Jenings 9.0.
Robert Whitely, the tuckmill and Island 4.0
Patt Connolly the halfe quarter of Creevy in ye Megh 6.10
Robert Long, the abey Coarne Mill 8.0
Pattrick Connolly, the Too parks in the Meadows 2.0
John Delap, the six ballyboes joyneing to Portnasson 9.2.6
Widow Cotton, the half ballybo of Drumnakilly and Knocksheeran 2.0
Hugh Bryan, ye too Ballyboes of Killin & Labinlee 6.0
Wm Foster a ballybo and a halfe of Camblin
John Delap ye quarter of Dunmuckrome 14.0
Wm Foster, the three ballyboes of Lisaully 9.0
Pattrick O’Dally, the halfe quarter of Alla 4.2.3
Ralph Thorpe, foure ballyboes of Drumnagrogh-- & Cluntasheere 10.15
John Jones, the ferryboate 15.0
Robert Delap, ye parke near the garden 0.10.0
The quarter of Dumerin set to Tortogh Conigill & partners 18.11.9

£129.6
£363.7.6 ½
£492.13.6 1/2

signed Tho:Atkinson

A Rent-Roll of the Manor of Ballyshannon for May rents 1718 by Thomas Dickson: Castletown papers C28

Cornet John Folliott, Abbey Lands & Warren &c 4.4.15
Mr James Hamilton, 1/3 Ballydermott 6.0
Mrs Whitway, Liskea 5.0
Thomas Atkinson, his holding and old lease & tenement in Ballyshannon 24.15
Major John Folliott, Finure 30.0
Terence Coane, Ardlaughill 10.0
James Dickson, 1/3 of Ballydermott 9.10
Daniel McGill, 1/3 of Ballydermott 8.0
Mr George Knox, Ballynacarige 19.0
Thomas Thomson, Scotch Ballynagrorty 18.0
Turlough Gorman, Irish Ballnagrorty 12.10
Thomas Atkinson, Ardgillen & Ardpatton 6.0
John Car &c, Behy 6.0
Samuel Atkinson, Creevy 17.10
Sir Henry Caldwell, Corlea 18.0
Ditto, South Mullinashee 3.10
Ditto, Storehouse Portnasun 0.15
Ditto, Tanhouse Beleek 2.0
Ditto, Island Loughlinabirne 0.15
John Fitzgerald, Castle Parke 1.10
Mrs Delap, Knather 20.0
John Jennings, Culcally 16.0
Henry Davis, Island & Tookmill 4.10
Oliver Dinning, Abbey Mill 8.10
Meadows 28 Sum at 10s ye Sum (---) 11.4
John Jennings, Gortness Park 1.10
McCauleys, Casellahard 16.0
Dennis Boyle, Carigenahorne 10.0
Flannagan, ½ Breesey 1.0 ( Total 332.4)

Neale MGrena , Alla 6.0
Lipseys, Cashell 16.0
Dennis Boyle, North Mullinashee 2.0
Thomas Dickson, Raglass5.0
Mrs Delap, Dunmuckrum 28.0
Daniel Gardiner, Portnasun4.10
Mr Carleton, The Rock 8.10
Thady Coane, Ballymuntrigin 18 10
Hugh Pew, Lagalosthan 3.10
John Jones, Ballynacarge & Mill 19.10
Mulkerans, Dimnagroagh14.10
Widow Smith, Tully & Raghin 7.10
John McCorduck, Killen &c 9.0
Francis Ireven, Camblin 8.0
Errill O’Boyle, Camblin 8.0
John Foster, Lissacholly 14.0
Robert Duncan, Ednagor &c 13.10
Thos Fletcher, Knocknashangan 6.0
Noble Niblock, Cloghoze 20.0
Thady Coan, Customs 3.0 (Total 546.4 +18.19.9 = 565.13)

Tenements
John Jennings 0.15
George Gardiner 0.15
Thomas Dickson, Tannhouse 0.15
Sir Henry Caldwell 0.10
Mr Carleton 0.10
Thomas Car 0.15
Thomas Shaw 0.10
Denis Kean 0.9
Wm Cunningham 0.7.6
Mark Edwards 0.10
John Keregan 0.10
Henry Dickson 2 Tenements 1.0
Robert Delap 0.11.3
Mrs Delap Tenement & Park 0.17.6
John Carson0.5
Thady Coan 2 Teneements 1.2.6
Widow Morrison0.5
Thomas Die 0.10
Thomas Dickson 0.12.6
James Scott 0.12.6
Edward Dogherty 0.12.6
Henry Dickson 0.11.3
John Cobrun 0.2
Denis Boyle 0.11.3
Turlogh Gallogher 0.4
Charles Gallogher 0.5
William Garvan 0.1.6
James Hadduck 0.12.6
Thomas Lipsey 0.10
Geo Gardiner, Tanhouse 0.4
James Ward 1.0
Patrick McShee 0.1.3
Knogher Gorman 0.2.6 (Total 17.0.6)

Terence Coan 1.5.0
Art Callery 0.2.6
Daniel Tivolan 0.2.6
John McFelim 0.2.6
Hugh Kennedy 0.3.3
Brian Knogher 0.1
Manus Dowany 0.2.6 (Total 18.19.9)

Rent Roll for Ballyshannon Estate, 1728 by Thomas Dickson, agent: National Library, Ms17,302

1 Ballydermott (James Hamilton Esq) lives James Hamilton, Abraham Hamilton & Abraham Creighton (from May 1723)
2 Liskea (Mrs Whiteway) lives (Robt Whiteway, Edwd Whiteway, Folliott Whiteway & Francis Whiteway (from May 1707)
3 Ballynacarrig (George Knox Esq) lives George Knox, Mariana Knox & Andrew Knox (from May 1723)
4 Scotch Ballymcgrorty (John Coburn & Parts) lives William Coburn, William Coburn & Arthur Carney (from May 1723)
5 Irish Ballymcgrorty (Roger McGargile) Lease of 21 years from May 1723
6 Alla ( John Elliot & Parts) lives Joseph Elliot, William Anderson & George Murray (from May 1723)
7 Carrignahorna (James Lowery & Parts) lives James Lowery, Andrew Lowery & Christian Lowery (from May 1723)
8 Cashallard East (Andw Clark) Lease of 21 years from Nov 1723
9 Cashallard East (James Baron & Parts) Lease of 21 years from Nov 1723
10 Cashallard West ( Roger McCauley & Parts) Lease of 21 years from May 1723
11 Behay (Walter Patterson) lives s’d Walter Paterson, John Paterson, George Paterson (from May 1723)
12 Cavangarden & Laughin (Mr Thos Atkinson) Lives s’d Thos Atkinson & Samuel Atkinson (for three lives)
13 Ardgillan & Ardpatten (Thos Atkinson) Lives s’d Thos Atkinson & Samuel Atkinson (for 3 lives)
14 Tworcannen (John Folliot Esq) Lives s’d John Folliot, Frances his wife & Maj John Folliot
15 Cashall (Thos Lipsett) Lives Willm Dickson Thomas Lipsett Michael Lipsett (from May 1723)
16 Crivey (Capt Thos Dickson).No Deed or Lease
17 Tuck Mill & Island Henry Davis Lease for 10 years from May 1725
18 Corn Mills (Gustavus Henry) Lease of 10 years from May 1725
19 Twenty acres of land in Culcally laid of for Wm Gallagher Baliff for his service & succeeding Balliff during the pleasure of the Lord of the Mannor
20 Culcally Mountain (Gustavus Henry) During my Lord Justice Conolly’s pleasure
21 Camp (Capt Dickson) No Lease or Deed
22 Knather (Owen Conigell & Parts) Lease for 21 years from May 1723
23 Corlea (Daniel Conigall & Parts0 Lease for 21 years from May 1723
24 Raglin O’Birn (Thoms Ellis) During pleasure from May 1728
25 Tithes Drumhome Commences Nov 1727
26 Tithes Killbaron & Rosiot (Andrew Knox)
27 Tithes Cloghboly (Mr Forbes)
28 Culbegg (Mr Hewetson) from year to year no ---- Lease or promise further
29 Foot Barrack No lease
30 Henry Caldwell his house and tenement and 27.3.10 of land in Carrigboy Lease for lives of Henry Dunbar, Henry Gardner Henry Dickson from May 1723
31 Tenement and a park of 10 acres in Carrickboy (Thos Lipsett) lives, James Dickson & Lewis Lipsett and Anthony Lipsett from 1724
32 Tenement & 20 acres of land in Cullcally (Goerge Gardner) Lives of George, John & Andrew Gardner from May 1724
33 Tenement (Mr Thos Atkinson; ? deed of Thos & Sam’l Atkinson) Lives of Thos & John Atkinson & Thos Atkinson from 1687
34 Park & tanhouse (Willm Dickson) Lease lives Henry Dickson, William Dickson & James Dickson from Nov 1723
35 Tan House ( Mr George Gardner) A minett from Ld Folliott; 21 years but in case there wa use for’t it was to be given up from May 1708
36 John Jennings his house and tenement & his holding of Gortnass & 30 acres of land in Cullcally Lease of lives of s’d John Jennings, George Jennings & John Forbes from May 1722 Do Cherry Tree Park 2.1.5 at 10 pa during pleasure
37 Tenement & Park of 15 acres of land in Carrickboy (Mr Wm Dickson) Lives s’d Wm, Henry Dickson & John Dickson from May 1726
38 Capt Thos Dickson from Ld Folliot lives Henry, Wm, John & Wm Dickson, from May 1726
39 Thomas Kerrs Tenement Lives Hugh Kerr, James Dickson, James Britton from May 1724
40 Scott, his tenement & 10 acres of land in the meadows lives s’d James Scott, John Scott Robert Scott
41 Half Mr Shaw’s tenement (John Miller) lives s’d John Miller, William Miller Robert Scott from May 1724
42 Half Mr Shaw’s tenement (Anthony Stewart) Lives s’d Anthony Stewart, Ann Stewart John Cotter from May 1724
43 Patk O’Direys Tenement Lives of s’d Patrick O’Direy, William O’Cahan & Henry o’Cahan from May 1724
44 Tenement & 5 acres of land in the meadows (Denis O’Cahan) lives Patrick O’Direy William O’Cahan Henry O’Cahan
45 Tenement & 11a.2r.14p of land in Cullcally (James Ward) Lease of 31 years from May 1723
46 Tenement & Padget’s park being 81/2 acres (John McLoughlin) lives s’d John McLoughlin Mary McLoughlin & Thomas Campbell from May 1725
47 Tenement and park of 10 acres of land (William Edwards) lives Wm Edwards James Dickson Everina Dickson from May 1723
48 Half a tenement (Mr Patrick Cosgrave) lives William Dickson James Dickson Henry Dickson from may 1724
49 ½ tenement & Park Cullcally of 5a.0r.12p (Thos Dickson) lives s’d Thomas Dickson James Dickson John Dickson from May 1724
50 Bryan McGowan During pleasure
51 Thos Bevens During pleasure
52 Thomas Boyle During pleasure from May 1727
53 Miles Garvan No lease
54 Edmond Rodey During pleasure from May 1727
55 Tenement ( Denis O’Boyle) now set to (Frank Dunlevy Patrick Cafferty John Conall Thos Hale Hugh McPhelim John Gallagher) + Owen Gallagher Hugh Phelim John Conell Frans Donlevy Patk McCafferty During pleasure from May 1727
56 Tenement (William Gallagher) lives s’d Wm Gallagher Mary Gallagher John Gallagher from Nov 1724
57 Ditto for 51/2 acres of land in Cullcally Lease for 21 years from May 1725
58 Widow McCadon during her life
59 Tenement (Thomas Harvey) lives s’d Thomas Harvey Willm Dunkan Thady Boyle from May 1725
60 James Ward Lease of 31 years from May 1727
61 Tenement & field in Cullcally (Henry Davis) lives s’d Henry Davis Jane Davis John Davis from May 1725
62 Park in the meadows of 4.2.10 (Henry Davis) lives s’d Henry Davis James Davis John Grossier from nov 1723
63 Tenement & a park in the Knather of 4.3.10 (John Fitzgerald) lives of s’d John Fitzgerald Elizth Fitzgerald George Jennings from May 1723
64 Denis OBoyle his tenement and 10 acres of land lives ---- Boyle John Boyle Anthony Boyle from May 1725
65 Ditto for 10 acres of land in Cullcally lives s’d Denis Boyle ---- Boyle Anthony Boyle
66 William Coningham ----- --- during pleasure from May 1727
67 – Maghon Lives Wm Maghon James Maghon Martha Maghon from May 1724
68 Tenement (Mark Edwards) lives Thomas, James & Jane Edwards from nov 1723
69 Ditto for 10 acres of land in Cullcally & 5 acres ofland in the meadow Lives as above from May 1723
70 Tenement & 5 acres of land in the meadow (Thos Kerigan) lives s’d Thos Kerigan John Kerigan Robt Scott
71 Capt Thos Dickson & Mr Wm Dickson for 10 acres of land in Cullcally lives of s’d Wm Dickson James Dickson Robt Dickson from May 1724
72 Tenement (Henry Dickson) lives Henry Dickson Wm Dickson Jas Dickson
73 Another Tenement & a park in Cullcally of 10 acres (Henry Dickson) above lives
Do --- ---- park 7a.3r.15p at 7s pa & Do Park --- 2a.3r.10p at 10s pa

74 Robt Delaps tenement with 2 parks containing 4 acres (Mr Thos Barton) lives Thos Barton Margt Barton William Barton from May 1724
75 2 parks in Cullacally & a Park in the Knather (James Britton) lives Christian Britton, William Britton William Cane from May 1724
76 Tenement (Saml Delap) lives of s’d Sam’l Delap Robt Delap John Delap from May 1722
Ditto Cloghnanome Park 3 lives renewable for ever if Ld Conolly pleases Sam’l Robt John Delap from May 1728
77 Tenement & park in the Knather (John Carson) lives Robt Carson Cairnes Henderson & Catherine Hughes from Nov 1724
78 Ballplace/Castlegarden
79 Tenement (Mr Terence Coane) No Lease
80 Water Park in the Knather ditto
81 Customs and eel fishing – Wm Dickson Lease of 3 years from May 1728
82 The Office for receiving the rent
83 Horse Barrack
84 Cloghore Lands of Belick lives John Folliott Francis Folliott Frans Cocksedge from May 1722
85 Knocknashangon (Robt Dunkan & Mathew Foster) lives Matw Foster John Dunkan William Dunkan from May 1725
86 2/3 Ednagor (John Dickson & Thos Foster) lives John Dickson Thos Foster Margt Dickson from May 1724
87 1/3 Ednagor Phelim O’Boyle lease 31 years from May 1724
88 Lisacully (David Kirkpatrick & Part) lives John Thompson Alexander Love Eli—Kirkpatrick from May 1723
89 Killin & Labinlee (Denis Boyle) lives s’d Denis Boyle Ann Boyle Wm Boyle May 1723
90 Camlin (Willm Tredenick) lives Willm Tredenick Margt Tredenick John Tredenick from May 1723
91 Camlin (Francis Erwine) lives s’d Francs Erwine Wm Conolly junr Ann Erwine from May 1723
92 Tully (Mr John Young & John Rutherford) Live John Young Thos Young Robt Rutherford from May 1726
93 Rahin Wm Gallagher from May 1727
94 Drumnagroagh ( Mr Ter Coane) lease of 31 years from May 1723
95 ( ? Ardcamfield) lease of 11 years from Ld Folliott from May 1699
96 Ballynacarrig (John Jones) lives od s’d John Jones Wm Jones William Roserow from may 1722
97 (? Legalustran) (Mr Daniel Coalby) lives s’d Dan’l Coalby Elizabeth Coalby Henry Stinson from May 1724
98 Ballymunterhiggin (Mr Anthony Coane) lives Anthony Coane, Anne Spense, James Coane
99 Dunmuckrim one Ballyboe (Roger Grahams) lives of Roger Grahams Catherine Grahams John Grahams from May 1722
100 Dunmuckrim one ballyboe (Mr Daniel Gardner) lives Daniel Gardner Jane Gardner John Gardner from May 1723
101 Dunmuckrim two ballyboes ( John & Robt McGumry) lives s’d John McGumry, Robt McGumry Mathw McGumry from May 1723
102 Dunmuckrim two ballyboes (David Thompson) lives s’d David Thompson Elice Thompson Thos Thompson from May 1723
103 Dunmuckrim four Ballyboes (Hugh Kelly & Parts) lease of 21 years form May 1724
103 Dunmuckrim four Ballyboes (John Delap & partners) Lease of 21 years from May 1724
105 Raglass (Thady Kerigan & Parts) lease 31 years from Nov 1723
106 ( Finner)
Aghris&c (Mrs Lucy Folliott) lease of 41 years from May 1705
107 Portnason (Dan’l Gardner) No lease during pleasure
108 Custom House No lease
109 School house tenement (McCormick) During pleasure
110 Mr Thos Carson lives Joseph Carson Catherine Carson Adam Carson from May 1725
111 Tenement ( Mr Coane) lives Thady Coane Penolope Coane Ter Coane from Ld Folliott from May 1724
112 Ditto another tenement lease 41 years from May 1699
113 Field in Carrigboy of 15.2.32 (Mr Denis Coane) Lives s’d Denis Coane Frans Coane Ann Coane from May 1724
114 Tenement (Phelim Malkerran) lease of 31 years from May 1728
115 Tenement (Cornelius Granaghan) lives Cors Granaghan Mary Granaghan Thomas Granaghan from May 1723
116 Tenement (James Mulkerrans) lease 31 years from May 1723
117 Tenement & 7.2.30 land ( Patk Ramsay) lease 31 years from 1723
118 Tenement (Mr Henry Donlevy) lives Edward Boyle Mary Boyle Anthony Coane from May 1723
119 Terence Conollys tenement lease 31 years from 1723
120 Denis Glancey’s tenement & Terrance Coa—for Glancy lease 20 years from May 1723
121 Tenement & 2.3.30 land in Carrigboy (Thos Dye) lives thos Dye Thos Dye jun John Dickson from May 1723
122 Widow McDonells tenement (Christopher Foster) lease 21 years from May 1723
123 Darby Daly’s tenement lease 21 years from May 1723
124 Robt Laughlins Tenement lease 21 years from may 1723
125 James Mulkerran junr lease 21 years from May 1723
126 Gormly Coan’s tenement lease 21 years from 1723
127 Thos Palmer a Baron & haggard lease 21 years from May 1723
128 Con O’Gormly & Graney Mulkerran’s tenement
129 John Kelly’s tenement & a field in Carrigboy lives Denis Kelly Robt Scott Robt McNeely from may 1724
130 Ditto for a tenement Lives John Kelly John Kelly junr Thos Hetherington to pay 30s for each life that falls in their deed
131 A poor woman for a little cottage & house
132 Old hay yard and a little park on the Rock (John Gardner) During pleasure from May 1727
133 Park in Carrigboy ( Mr Carson) During pleasure
134 Park in Carrigboy (Ed O’Boyle) During pleasure from May 1726
135 Grand Fishings

136 Land laid out for the horse bar (total 29.3.30 in Mullaneshee, Dungrovenan (Fort) Park Barnaby Park Tobermacoy Park Castle Park
137 Part of Ballyhanna for grazing the troops horses
138 Part of Rahin for grazing Ditto

College Lands of Burndrews
139 Maghrecher John Ellis lease of 7 years from Nov 1722
140 Ardferna Daniel Mulkerran & Part lease 5 years from May 1725
141 Drumcrin Mrs Lucy Folliott lease 7 years from 1724
142 ½ Ramore Walter Mca---- & parts lease 7 years from May 1724
143 ¼ Ramore James Smith lease 7 years from May 1724
144 ¼ Ramore --- oge Mulkerran and parts lease 3 years from 1728
145 Burndrews Fishing lease 3 years from May 1728

Church Lands of Ballyhanna
146 10 acres of Ballyhanna Mr William Dickson lease 7 years from May 1726
147 10 acres of Ditto at 10s p acre Mr Terrence Coane No lease
148 10 acres of Ditto at 10s p acre Mr Thady Coane no lease
149 13 acres of Ditto at 10s p acre Mr Denis Coane no lease
150 5 acres of ditto at 8s p acre Ters Gallagher
151 7.1.34 acres of ditto Darby Gormond &c lease of 7 years from May 1724

Rent roll for the College lands of Tirhugh for ------- rent 1728

1 Corncamb George Oliver 11 years from May 1726
2 Tullygallon M Gowan ditto
3 Laghy Adam Delap & Parts ditto
4 Robbleshaney & Mill henry Spence ditto
5 Drumore John Reynolds & Parts ditto
6 Rosnaulay John Mackey & Parts ditto
7 Rughnadrun Henry Spence ditto
8 Drumcrole William Thompson ditto
9 Raniny West John Wark & parts ditto
10 Mullans Patk Mchenry ditto
11 Rossivolan Capt Thos Dickson ditto
12 Ballykillone Bryan McGirr & parts ditto
13 Rossilly Oliver Marshall & parts ditto
14 Raring East Elice Tunny & parts ditto
15 Andeclan Wm Strong & parts ditto
16 ---man Richd Vere & parts ditto
17 –rrig East Adam Delap & part ditto
18 Carrig West John Haron & parts ditto
19 ---ard James White & parts ditto
20 Troman East Brya Tumary & parts ditto
21 Riugole Jam Freeburn & Alex Love ditto
22 Carmullin Densi Tumany ditto
23 Baley McAWard lease 19 years from Nov 1721
24 – Rossnaulagh No Lease
25 Tuleywie 11 years from May 1726
26 Malanasole & M ------ ---- Gowan ditto
27 Greaghs ditto

Rent Roll for the Ballyshannon Estate of William Conolly as let to the first of May 1748, by Henry Major: From M 6917/1-18, National Archives

1 Alla (Andrew Anderson & Part) Wm Anderson, Joseph Elliott & Geo Murry £17.5
2 Ardlonghill (Rev James O’Neill) Rev James O’Neill, Eliz O’Neill, Ann O’Neill, Jno O’Neill £10
3 Ardlonghill (Moses Cahill) £10
4 Ardgillon &c (Thomas Atkinson) Thos Atkinson, Wm Atkinson & Edward Jones £82.10
5 Aughnish & c (Coll John Folliott) Lives renewable £60
6 Ballydermott (Capt James Hamilton) Jas Hamilton, Abraham Hamilton, Abram Creighton £55
7 Ballynacarrig (Andrew Knox) Andrew Knox £50
8 Ballplace &c (John Dickson esq) John, Jas & Thos Dickson £5.10
9 Behay (John Reynolds) Walter Patterson, Geo Patterson & Thos Atkinson £30.8.8
10 Ballynacarrig (Wm Jones) Wm Jones, Edward Jones, & Thos Atkinson £45.2 (Wm Jones died 20 Dec 1758)
11 Ballymunterhiggin (Anthony Coane) Lives renewable
12 Carrignahorn (James Lowry & Part) Jas Lowry, Andw Lowry & Christian Lowry £35.11
13 Cashalard East (Michael Clarke Esq) Mich Clarke Esq, Jno Clarke, Esq, Rich Bulkely £10.10
14 Cashalard (Robert Cordock & Part) 31 years from May 1748 £23.17.31/2
15 Cashalard West (Wm McCauley & Part) The same £38.17.81/2
16 Corn Mills (George Gingham) 21 years from May 1736 £70
17 Creevy & Camp (Mr Thos Dickson) John & Thos Dickson, Wm Atkinson £56
18 Customs & Fishing (Thos Dickson) No Lease £56
19 Pt Corlea (Henry Major jun) 3 Lives or 31 years Henry Major, Wm Major & Edward Jones £13.15
20 Pt Corlea (James Conigall & Part) No Lease £41.5
21 Cashel Lipsett (Thomas Lipsett & Part) Thos Lipsett, Mich Lipsett & Joseph Lipsett £50.10
22 Camlin Irwin (Henry Major) John Major, Roger Major & Henry Major £25.5
23 Camlin Boyle (John Tredinick) Wm, Margaret & -- Tredinick £25.5
24 Cloghore (John Coulson) Jno Folliott esq, Francis Folliott & Michael Clarke Esq £68
25 Custom House (The present Colectr) 31 years from May 1723 £5
26 Coolcally Mt (John Dickson, esq) John, esq, Jas & Thos Dickson £13
27 Dimmagrogh (James Mulheran & Part) 31 years from May 1723 £45
28 Dunmuckrum (Owen McShee & Part) 31 years from May 1747 £37
29 Dunmuckrum (Samuel Curry & Part) The same £18.10
30 Dunmuckrum (Edward Allingham) Jno Henderson,.John Davies & Frs Allingham £7.5
31 Dunmuckrum (Anthony Stuart) Cath Graham, Frs Graham & Anth Stuart £8.0
32 Dunmuckrum (John Mongomery) Jno Mongomery £14.5
33 Dunmuckrum Thomson (Coll John Folliott) Lives renewable £14.10
34 Dunmuckrum (Coll John Folliott) the same £8.5
35 Dunmuckrum (John Delap) Robert Dickson, Andrew & Susanna Johnston £9.5
36 Ednagor (Wm Dickson & Part) Margt Dickson, Wm Dickson & Wm Tredinick £33.0
37 Ednagor ((Arello) Boyle) 31 years from May 1723 £16.10
38 Irish Ballymagrorty (Andw McCaferty & Part) 31 Years from 1747 $40.10
39 Knather (Wm Gallagher & Part) No term £40.18
40 Knocknashangon (John Duncan & Partner) Matth Forster John Duncan & Wm Duncan £28.5
41 Killin & Labinlee (John Dickson, esq) £30.2
42 Legalushen (Wm Coane) lives Elizabeth Coalby, Henry Stinson & Wm Joanes £13 (Wm Jones dies 20 Dec ‘58
43 Liskey (Frances Whiteway) lives Frances Whiteway, Folliott Whiteway & John Whiteway £12
44 Lisacully (John Kilpatrick & Part) lives John Thompson, Alex Love & Elice Kirkpatrick £55.2
45 Portnasun (Edward Allinghan) lives Wm Allingham, Major Britton & Robt Armstrong £14
46 Raghin To graise the Dragoon Horses
47 Raghlin O’Birn (John Dickson, esq).No term
48 Raglass (Thady Kerrigan & Part) 31 years from May 1723 £21
49 Scotch Ballymagrorty (John Coburn & Part) lives Wm Coburn, Wm Coburn & Arthur Carney £60.2
50 Tercunin &c (John Folliott Esq) 3 lives not renewable John Folliott Esq, Fran Folliott & Coll John Folliott £89.10
51 Tuck Mill & Island (Henry Davis) 31 Years from May 1723 £12
52 Tyth Coulbeg (Michael Hewaston) 21 years from Nov 1733 £1
53 Tyth Drumholm &c (Henry Major) No Term £110
54 Tyth Killbarron (Andw Knox Esq) No Term £2.10
55 Tyth Cloghboly (Wm Torbie) No Term £0.7
56 Tully (Thomas Dye) lives Thos Dye, Thos Young & Thos Dye £19.5
57 The Office for receiving the rent in
58 The Dragoon Barracks
59 The Foot Barracks
60 Mulanashee For Medowe
61 pt Mulanashee (Mr Thomas Dickson) lives Thomas Dickson, Wm Lindsay & Edward Jones £0.10
62 The grand Fishing (Mr Thomas Dickson)
63 Five Tenements & A Parke (Charles Concannon) lives Charles Concannon, Hen Major & Wm Major £9.16
64 A Tenement & A Parke (Charles Concannon) lives Ann O’Boyle, John O’Boyle & Anth O’Boyle £6.4.6
65 A Parke (Charles Concannon) lives Wm O’Boyle, Anth O’Boyle & Wm Major £5.1
66 John Millers Tenement (Charles Concannon) lives John Miller & Wm Miller £1.16
67 The Mullans For graising
68 A Tenement (Denis Coane) lives Denis, Francis & Wm Coane £2.5
69 A/Park (Denis Coane) lives Denis, Francis Coane £3.2
70 Edmond Rodys Tenement £0.6 No Term
71 A Tenement (Francis Allingham) lives Anth Stuart, Ann Stuart Wm Allingham £1.16
72 A Tenement & Parke (Gustavus Henery) lives Gustavus Henry John Henry & Edward Davis £9.7
73 A Tenement (George Bingham) lives Geo Bingham, Jonathan Bingham & John Dickson £0.10
74 A Tenement (Henry Major) lives John Major, Henry Major & Wm Major £0.2.6
75 A Tenement (Henry Major) lives henry Major, Elizabeth Major & John Major £0.1
76 A Tenement (Henry Major & Partner) lives John Major, Ed Allingham & John Allingham £2
77 A Tenement (Henry Major jun) lives Henry Major, The Rev John Major & Wm Major £1
78 A Tenement (Henry Davis) lives Henry Davis, Jane Davis & John Davis £3.2
79 A Parke (Henry Davis) lives Henry Davis, Jane Davis :& John Grovier £3.2.1
80 Patrick Deering’s Ten’t (Henry Kane) lives Everina Dickson, Elinor Deering & Hen Kane £1.6
81 A Tenement (Hugh Gallagher) 31 years from May 1717 £0.14
82 A Tenement (Coll John Folliott) lives John Folliott, Jas Wynne Esq, John Clarke (Never re’d any rent for this tenement)
83 A Tenement & Parke (John Gardiner) lives Geo Gardinersen, John Gardiner & Andw Gardiner £11.12
84 A Tenement (John Curry) lives Geo Curry, John Curry & Isabella Curry £1.15.4
85 A Tenement & Parke (John McGloghlin) lives Frs McGloghlin, Mary McGloghlin & Danl McGloghlin £7.2
86 A Tenement (John Kelly) lives Frs Kelly, Thos Hetherington & Wm Britton £0.12
87 A Parke (John Kelly) lives Denis Kelly, Rob Scott & Rob McNeeley £5.2.3
88 A Tenement (John Coningham) lives Geo Gardiner, John Major & Thos Kerrigan £1.12
89 A Tenement & Parke (John Fitzgerald) lives John Fitzgerald, Elizabeth Fitzgerald & Frs Fitzgerald £4.8.11/2
90 A Parke (John Fiztgerald) £1.2.6 No term
91 A Tenement & Parke (James Dickson Senr) lives James Dickson, John Dickson & Thos Dickson £2.12
92 A Tenement & Parke (James Gildea) lives Wm Coane, Honor Coane, Elizabeth Coane & Elinor Coane £12
93 A Parke (James Dickson Junr) lives James Dickson, Robt Dickson & Ed Jones £5
94 A Tenement (James Mahon) lives John Clarke Esq, Jas Mahon & Martha Mahon £2.2
95 A Tenement & Park (Heir of John Jennings) lives Frs Jennings John Forbes & Clotworthy Robertson £21.2
96 A Tenement & Park (James Ward) Thirty one years from May 1740 £7.2
97 A Tenement (James Ward). Nothing stated £2.5
98 A Parke (John Dickson Esq) No term £1.15
99 A Tenement (Lawrence Murry) No term £0.11
100 A Tenement (Mary Henderson & Parts) lives Carnes Henderson, Geo Carson & Geo Henderson £3.17
101 Tenem/Park (Robert Dickson) lives Jas, Henry, Jas Dickson £13.3.10
102 Tenem/Park (Mr Sam’l Delap) lives Robert, Sam’l Delap 7 Henry Major £7.12
103 Tenement (Mr Samuel Delap) lives Jas McCaddon, Frans Allingham & Jas Britton £0.10
104 Tenement (Samuel Parke & Part) lives Saml Parke, Thos Parke & Thos Alkinson £1.6
105 Tenement (Mr Thos Dickson) lives Thos & Jas Dickson, Wm Atkinson £1.5
106 Granaghans Tenem (Mr Thos Dickson) Mary Granaghan, Thos Granaghan & Wm Atkinson £4
107 Mr Wm Dickson’s Tenem (Mr Thos Dickson) lives John Dickson, Wm Lindsay, Ed Jones £9
108 Tenement (Thomas White) £1.4
109 Dunlevey’s Tenement (Thomas Dye) No term £2.2.
110 Tenement & Parke (Thomas Dye) lives Thos Dye, John Dickson & Thos Dye £2.15
111 Britton’s Park’s (Thomas McNabb) lives Thos McNabb, Edwd Reynolds & Geo Henderson £3.17
112 Tenement (The Revd Thomas Carson).lives Thos Carson, Joseph Carson & Eliz Carson £0.11
113 Parke (do) Lives John Dickson Esq, Henry Major & John Major £5
114 Tenement (do) lives Joseph Carson, Adam Carson & Henry Major £0.12
115 Parke (Thomas Edwards) £3.15 No term
116 Tenement (Thomas Laughlin) ---
117 Sir Henry Caldwell’s holding (Thomas Barton) lives Henry Dunbar, Henry Gardiner & Henry Dickson £12.2.6
118 Tenement & Parke (Thomas Barton) lives Thos Barton, Margret Barton & Wm Barton £5.2
119 Tenement & Parke (Thomas Lipsett) lives Jas Dickson, Lewis Lipsett & Anth Lipsett ££6
120 Tenement (Thomas Boyle) £0.4.6 No term
121 Tenement (Thomas Cone) £0.16 No term
122 Tenement & Parke (Thomas Palmer) £2.2.No term
123 Patrick Cosgraves Tenement (No tenant stated) lives Wm Dickson, John Csgrave & Jas Dickson £1.6
124 Tenement & Parke (Widow Kane) lives Henry Cahan, Danl Cahan & Jas Cahan £4.13.7
125 Tenement & Parke (Widow Scott) lives Wm Allingham, John Major & Jas Britton £8.2.2
126 Tenement (Widow Kerr) lives Hugh Carr, Jas Dickson & Jas Britton £2.7
127 Tenement & Parke (Wid Kerrigan) lives John Kerrigan, Wm Kerrigan & Arth McIntire £4.19.7
128 Tenement (Capt Wm Higgins) (Nothing stated) £1
129 Tenement & Parke (Wm Edwards) lives Wm Edwards, Jas Dickson & Everina Dickson £5.10
130 Tenement (Wm Gallagher).lives Wm Gallagher, Mary Gallagher & John Gallagher £0.17
131 Parke (Wm Gallagher) No term £2.4
132 Parke (Wm Currance) 31 years from May 1736 £2
133 Tenement (Wm Ross) lives Wm Ross, Ann Ross & Frans Allingham £0,8
134 Aughavochell & Aughaderryard (Mr James Gilldea) 4 lives Wm Coane, Honor Coane Eliz Coane & Ellinor Coane (There is one life dead) £23.12.6

Rent Roll of Church lands of Ballyhanna 1st May 1748
135 Park (Execs of Mr Wm Dickson) (Lease for 14 years from May ’44) 10 acres £5
136 Park (Denis Coane) 6acres 2 roods £4.7.6
137 Park (Thos Dye) 10acres £7.10
138 Parke (Wid Hennery) 6acres 2 roods £4.17.6
139 Parke (Ter Gallagher) 5acres £3
140 Parke (Denis Coane) !0acres £7.10
141 Parke (Neal Dogherty) 7acres 1rood 34 perches
142 Parke For Dragoon Horses

College lands of Bundrows
143 Part of Ardfarna (Henry Major) £13.11.3
144 Part of Do (Wm Gallagher) £13.11.3
145 Ardfarna Sweeny (Hugh Mulheran) & Part £24.2.6
146 Ardfarna Clarke (Mr Alan Clarke) £25.2.6
147 Ardfarna Gallagher (James Mulheran & Part) £26.2.6
148 Bundrows fishing & part of Maghreycarr (Mr Thos Dickson) £20
149 Drumurin (Coll John Folliott) £25
150 Part of Rathmore (Mr James Smith) £4.5
151 Part of do (Charles Smith) £4.5
152 part of do (James Mulheran) £8.10
153 Rathmore Mulheran (John Mulheran & Parts) £17.4
154 Rathmore Ward (Hugh Ward & Parts) £34.8
155 Magheycar (Charles Ellis) £70 (lease of 12 years from May 1746)

College Lands of Tirehugh
156 Aughnadrum (Francis Martin & Partner) £10.12.9
157 Ardellan (Wm Pain & Parts) £20.14
158 Ballykillowne (Alexander Scott & Parts) £19.11
159 Carig East (John Heron & Partners) £13.6
160 Carig West (John Heron & Partners) £13.6
161 Corincam (Geo Oliver & Partners) £12.13
162 Drumore (John Reynolds & Partners) £36.16
163 Druminole (John Thompson & Partners) £10.7
164 Laghey (John Delap & Partners) £18.8
165 Greaghs (Charles Gallagher & Parts) £8.1
166 Gullard (Neal Turmy & Partners) £20.2.6
167 Kermullan (Denis Tumany & Parts) £9.15.6
168 Killgole (Thos Love & Parts) £18.8
169 Mullanasole (Wid Henderson) £20.14
170 Mullans (Wid McKendrey) £4.6.3
171 Rusnaulagh (Adam Bustard & Parts) £41.8
172 Rusnaulagh (Mr Skelton) £45 (lease of 20 years from Nov 1733. To pay £45 for first 12 years & 49 for the remainder. The advance was never paid)
173 Robelshanny & Mill (Henry Spence) £23
174 Rossivolan (Mr Thos Dickson) £5.15
175 Rossilly (Frans Gallagher & Parts) £27.12
176 Raniney East (Neal Turmy) £16.2
177 Raniney West (Edmond Martin & Parts) £16.2
178 Tullygallon (John Walker & Parts) £20.14
179 Truman East (Bryan O’Boyle & Parts) £28.15
180 Truman West (Richard Vear & Parts) £28.15
181 Tullywe (John Kilpatrick & Parts) £13.16

List of lives in each lease & fines on renewal, Conollys B’sh estate, 1748: National Library, Ms 5751

1. Alla Wm Anderson jun, son to Wm Anderson, sen, Joseph Elliott, son to Wm Elliott & George Henry, son to Thos Henry (lives all in being) £8.10.0
2. Ardlong hill (Rev James O’Neale) lives Rev James O’Neale, Elizabeth O’Neale, wife, Ann O’Neale, daughter & John O’Neale, eldest son of Rev James O’Neale (not renewable)
3. Ardlonghhill Mr Moses Cahill (Not renewable)
4. Ardgillon (Mr Thos Atkinson) Thos & Wm Atkinson, sons of John Atkinson late of Cavangarden & Ed Jones, son of Wm Jones £41.5
5. Aughrish &c
6. Ballydermot Lives James Hamilton, Abraham Hamilton his brother & Abraham Creighton eldest son of Brigadier David Creighton £27.10
7. Ballynacarrig (Andrew Knox esq) Life Andrew Knox £25
8. Ballplace&c (John Dickson, esq) Lives James Dickson brother & Thos Dickson, son to said John Dickson £2.5
9. Behay Lives Walter Paterson, George Paterson & Thomas Atkinson eldest son of John Atkinson of Lakin in the County Sligo £15
10. Ballynacarrig (William Jones) Lives Wm Jones, Edwd Jones his son & Thomas Atkinson of Cavangarden £22.10
11. Ballymunterhiggin No entry
12. ----Carrignahorn lives James Lowry, Andrew Lowry son of John Lowry of (Speerstown) and Christian Lowry daughter of said James Lowry £17.10
13. -----Cashalard East lives Michael Clarke & John Clarke sons of Darby Clarke of the City of Dublin Esq & Richard Bulkeley son of John Bulkly late of the City of Dublin Brewer; Renewal one Pepper Corn; one life Dec’d
14. –Cashell Lipsett lives Thos Lipsett son of Thos Lipsett, Michael Lipsett son of Michael Lipsett sen and Joseph Lipsett eighth son of Michael Lipsett £25 Lives all in being £25
15. Creevay & Camp Lives John & Thomas Dickson, sons to Capt Th Dickson, ded’d & Wm Atkinson, 2nd son of John Atkinson, dec’d £1.10
16. Cloghore (Jno Folliot Esq dec’d 10 Jan 1765) Lives John Folliott Esq Frances Folliott his wife & Michael Clarke Esq third son of Darby Clarke of the City of Dublin esq £34
17. 2 Ballyboes Corlea (Henry Major senr) lives Henry Major and Wm Major sons of Henry Major of Camlin & Edward Jones eldest son of Wm Jones of Balllynacarrig Not renewable
18. Camlin Major lives John Major eldest son of Henry Major of Camlin, Roger Major third son of Thos Major of (Gragan) in the County of Londonderry & Henry Major eldest son of Alex Major of (----------) in the affords’d county £12.10
19. Camlin Tredinick lives William Tredinick of Camlin, Margaret Tredinick wife and John Tredinick son to said Wm Treinick £12
20. Coolcally Mt. As Ballplace Renewable a Pepercorn
21. Dunmuckrum (Edward Allingham) lives John Henderson, senr of Portnasun, John Davies eldest son of Henry Davies of (---) and John Allingham £3.10
22. Dunmuckrum Anth Stuart Catherine Graham wife of Roger Graham dec’d John Graham son the Roger Graham & Anthony Stuart son the Anthony Stuart ( Catherine Graham died about 25 Jan 1755) £4
23. Dunmuckrum John Montgomery Lives John Mongomery Robert Montgomery £7
24. Dunmuckrum Thompson Coll John Folliot No lives mentioned
25. One Ballyboe Dunmuckrum Delap (Coll John Folliot) No lives mentioned
26. Dunmuckrum John Delap lives Robert Dickson, 4th son of Henry Dickson, dec’d, Andrew Johnston, eldest son of John Johnston of Colin, Co Fermanagh & Susanna Johnston, eldest dau of said Andrew Johnston £4.12.6
27. Ednagor lives Mgt Dickson, wife of late John Dickson of Ednagor, William Dickson, son of s’d John Dickson & William Tredinick, jnr – (Mgt Dickson died 15th Dec 1779) £16.10
28. Knocknashangon (John Dunkin died in Apr 1776 & Wm Duncan died ---)lives Mathew Foster son in law of Robert Duncan of Knocknashangon dec’d, John Duncan eldest son and Wm Duncan second son of the said Rober Duncan £14
29. Killen & Labinlee No entry
30. ---Legalushin lives Elizabeth, Wife of Daniel Coalby dec’d Henry Stinson eldest son of Wm Stinson of Killeybegs & William Joans £6.10
31. ---Liskey Frances Whitway of the City of Dublin, spinster, Folliott Whiteway & John Whiteway both nephews to the s’d Frances Whiteway Not renewable
32. Lisacully lifes John Thompson, 3rd son of Wm Thompson of Drumeroen Alex Love eldest son the Robert Love of Killygole & Eliza Kirkpatrick fifth daughter of David Kirkpatrick of Lisnally dec’d (John Thompson died in Feb or March 1776) £27.10
33. Portnasun Wm Allingham, eldest son to Edward Allingham jun, Major Britton, 4th son of late Robert Britton & Rob Armstrong eldest son of Wm Armstrong £7.0
34. ---Scotch Ballymagorty William Coburn second son of John Coburn of Ballymagrorty, William Coburn eldest son of John Coburn and Arthur Carney third son of Arthur Carney of Ballymagrorty £30
35. ---Toramin &c John Folliot Esq Frances Folliott the wife of Coll John Folliott (Not transferable)
36. Tully (Thomas Dye died 1775) lives Thomas Dye eldest son of the late Thos Dye, Thomas Young second son the late John Young & Thomas Dye second son of Wm Dye £9.10
37. Pt Mullanashee (Mr Thos Dickson0 Thomas Dickson, merchant, Wm Lindsay, 2nd son of Joseph Lindsay, City of Dublin & Edward Jones son of Wm Jones of Ballynacarrig £0.5.0
38. Charles Concannon Five Tenements & A Parke Charles Concannon of Ballyshannon, Gent, Henry Major second son & Wm Major third son of Henry Major of Camlin £4.18
39. Ditto A Tenement & Parke Ann O’Boyle wife of the late Denis O’Boyle, John O’Boyle & Anthony O’Boyle sons of the said Denis O’Boyle (Ann O’Boyle died in ------ 1755) £3.1.3
40. Ditto A Parke William O’Boyle & Anthony O’Boyle sons of the late Denis O’Blyle & Wm Major third son of the Henry Major of Camlin £2.10
41. Charles Concannon (John Miller Sen) John Miller William Miller brother to the said John Miller £0.17.6
42. Dennis Coanes Park Denis Coane & Francis his eldest son £1.10
43. Denis.Coane A Tenement Denis Coane, Francis Coane eldest son & William Coane second son of the said Denis Coane £1.2.6
44. Francis Allingham A Tenement Anthony Stuart, Ann Stuart his wife & Wm Allingham 3rd son of Francis Allingham of Ballyshannon
45. Tenem & Park Gustavous Hendry Gustavous Hendry John Hendry son of the late Walter Hendry & Edward Davis fourth son of Henry Davis £4.10
46. Tenement (Geo Bingham) Geo Bingham, Jonathan Bingham his brother & John Dickson Esq all of Ballyshannon £0.5.0
47. Tenement (Henry Major) Henry Major, Elizabeth Major his wife & John Major eldest son of the said Henry Major £0.0.6 (one life dec’d)
48. Ditto John Major eldest son, Henry Major second son & William Major third son, all to Henry Major of Camlin £0.1.3
49. Tenement (Henry Major & Edward Allingham) John Major eldest son of Henry Major of Camlin, Edward Allingham & John eldest son of Edward Allingham of Ballyshannon £1.0.0
50. Tenement (Henry Major jun?) Henry Major, the Revd John Major & William Major sons to Henry Major the elder of Camlin £0.10
51. Tenement (Henry Davis) Henry Davis, Jane Davis, wife & John Davis eldest son to the said Henry Davis £1.10
52. Parke (Henry Davis, Jane Davis died July 1780) Ditto £1.11.01/2
53. Tenement Henry Kane Everina Dickson, dau of late Capt Thos Dickson, (an entry scratched out) Henry Kane & John Major £0.12.6
54. Tenement (Coll John Folliott) Coll John Folliot, James Wynne Esq son of Coll Owen Wynne & John Clarke Esq second son of Darby Clarke Esq (Renewal a peppercorn two lives dec’d)
55. Tenement (John Curry) George Curry, John Curry & Isabella Curry, sons & daughter of John Curry of Ballyshannon, Taylor £0.17.8 (one life dead)
56. Tenem/Park (John Gardiner) George Gardiner Sen, John Gardiner & Andrew Gardiner sons of said George Gardiner £5.15.0
57. Ditto (John McGloughlin) John McGloghlin of Ballyshannon, Mary McGloughlin his wife & Daniel McGloughlin son to the said John McGloughlin £3.10
58. Tenement (John Kelly) John Kelly of Ballyshannon, Thomas Hetherington son of Wm Hetherington & William Britton second son to Robt Britton £1.10
59. Tenem/Park(John Fitzgerald) John Fitzgerald of Ballyshannon Elizabeth Fitzgerald eldest daughter & John Fitzgerald eldest son both of the s’d John Fitzgerald £2.4.03/4
60. Tenem (John Coningham) George Gardiner eldest son of Thomas Gardiner of Ballyshannon, John Major eldest son of Henry Major of Camlin Thomas Kerrigan second son of Thos Kerrigan of Ballyshannon £0.16.0
61. Sir Henry Caldwells (John Dickson Esq) Henry Dunbar, 3rd son of James Dunbar of Donnegall, Henry Gardiner fourth son of George Gardiner & Henry Dickson third son of Henry Dickson of Ballyshannon £6.1.3 {Note added in margin; one life dec’d}
62. Tenement/Park (James Dickson, senr) lives James Dickson, 4th son Thomas Dickson, John Dickson, 2nd son of Henry Dickson of Ballyshannon & Thomas Dickson, 3rd son of James D senr of B’sh £1.5.0
63. Tenement/Parke (James Gildea) Wm Coane, youngest son of late Terence – Honor, Elizh, Ellinor, daus of s’d Ter Coan (Not renewable)
64. Park (Jas Dickson, jnr) James Dickson, son of Capt Thos Dickson, Robert Dickson of B’sh, Ed Jones, son of Wm Jones £2.10.0 (?Deed 2 – 251:181:159388)
65. Tenement (James Mahon) Mr John Clarke son of Darby Clarke Esq, James Mahon & Martha Mahon daughter of Wm Mahon £1.0 (I believe there are two lives dead)
66. Tenem/Park (Heirs of John Jennings) John Jennings, John Forbes grandson of the said John Jennings & Clothworthy Robertson son of the Revd John Robertson of Donnegal £10.10 (one life dead)
67. Tenement (Mary Henderson) Cairnes Henderson grandson of John Carson of Ballyshannon, George Carson eldest son of Robert Carson dec’d & George Henderson youngest son of Lieut David Henderson Dec’d £1.17.6 (one life dead)
68. Tenement (Patk Cosgrave) Wm Dickson, 2nd son of John Dickson, Mariner, John Cosgrave eldest son of Patrick Cosgrave & James Dickson fourth son of Capt Thos Dickson dec’d £0.12
69. Tenement/Park (Robert Dickson)(Henry Dickson is dead – not dated) James Dickson, 4th son of Henry Dickson of B’sh, James Dickson, 3rd son of late Henry Dickson of Derry & Henry Dickson, eldest son of Capt John Dickson, mariner £6.11.11 (all lives in being)
70. Tenement/Parke (Rev Sam’l Delap) Robert & Sam’l, sons of Rev Sam’l Delap & Henry Major jun second son of Henry Major of Ballyshannon £.15
71. Tenement (Rev Sam’l Delap) James McCaddon son of Doct henry McCaddon dec’d Francis Allingham second son to Francis Allingham of Ballyshannon & James Britton eldest son to Robt Britton of Ballyshannon £0.5
72. Tenement (Sam’l Parke) Sam’l Parke & Thomas Parke of Ballyshannon & Thomas Atkinson of Cavingarden £0.13
73. Tenement (Mr Thos Dickson) Thos & James, brothers to Wm Dickson of B’sh, dec’d & Wm Atkinson second son to John Atkinson of Cavingarden £0.1.0
74. Granaghans tenem (Mr Thos Dickson) Mary Granaghan wife of Cornelius Granaghan, Thomas Granaghan son of the said Cornelius Granaghan & Edward Jones on of Wm Jones £2.0
75. 2 Parks Thos McNabb & Parts (lives dead) Thomas Mcnabb eldest son to Thomas McNabb dec’d, Edward Reynolds second son to John Reynolds of Drumore & George Henderson youngest son to Lieut Henderson £1.18.6
76. A tenement & Parke (Mr Thos Dickson) John Dickson son to Mr Thos Dickson of Ballyshannon, Wm Lindsay son of Joseph Lindsay & Edward Jones son of Wm Jones £4.10
77. Parke (Rev Thomas Carson) John Dickson of Ballyshannon Esq, Henry Major of Portnasun & John Major son to the s’d Henry Major £2.0 (One life dead) £2
78. Tenement (Rev Thos Carson) Thomas Carson, Joseph Carson & Elizabeth Carson sons & daughter of Thos Carson Clk of Ballyshannon
79. Tenement (Rev Thomas Carson) Joseph Carson brother to Thos Carson Clk of Ballyshannon, Adam Carson of Cornomoyle in the Co of Monaghan & Henry Major of Portnasum £0.5 (One life dead)
80. Tenem/Park (Thos Barton)(Margt Barton is dead) Thos Barton, Margaret his wife & Wm Barton eldest son of the s’d Thos Barton £2.10
81. Tenem/Parke (Thos Lipsett)(Lewis Lipsett is dead) James Dickson fourth son of Capt Thomas Dickson, Lewis Lipsett second son of James Lipsett & Anthony Lipsett fourth son of Michael Lipsett both of Cashel £3
82. Tenement & Parke (Thos Dye)(Thoms Dye is dead) Thomas Dye ---- son of Thomas Dye of Ballyshannon, John Dickson son of Capt Thos Dickson & Thomas Dye eldest son of Wm Dye £1.6.6
83. Tenement & Parke (Widow Kane) Henry Cahan, Daniel Cahan & James Cahan sons of Denis Cahan of Ballyshannon £2.6.31/2
84. Tenement & Parke (Widow Scott) (One Life dec’d) Wm Allingham, 3rd son of Francis Allingham of Ballyshannon, John Major eldest son of Henry Major of Camlin & William Scott son of John Scott dec’d £4.0.1
85. Tenem (Widow Carr) Hugh Carr eldest son of Thomas Carr of Ballyshannon, James Dickson fourth son of Capt Thos Dickson of Ballyshannon & James Britton eldest son of Robt Britton of Ballyshannon £1.2.6
86. Tenem/Park (Widow Kerrigan) John Kerrigan & William Kerrigan sons of Thomas Kerrigan of Ballyshannon & Anthony McIntire £2.8
87. Tenem (Capt Wm Higgins) No lives or lease stated
88. Tenem/Parke (Wm Edwards) Wm Edwards of Ballyshannon & James & Everina Dickson son & daughter of Capt Thos Dickson of Ballyshannon £2.14
89. Tenem (Wm Gallagher) William Gallagher of Ballyshannon, Mary Gallagher wife of said William Gallagher & John Gallagher youngest son of the s’d William Gallagher £0.7.6
90. Tenem (Wm Ross) William Ross of Ballyshannon, Smyth, Ann Ross wife of s’d William Ross & Francis Allingham second son of Francis Allingham of Ballyshannon £0.4
91. Park (John Kelly) Denis Kelly second son of John Kelly, Rob Scott second son of Jas Scott & Rob McNeeley second son of John McNeely all of Ballyshannon

Names of the lives in the lease of Thomas Lipsett’s tenement & Parke, 4th April 1776
Lewis Lipsett second son of James Lipsett & Anthony Lipsett fourth son of Michael Lipsett both of Cashall & Lewis Lipsett third son of Lewis Lipsett Sen of Cashall about 10 years inserted in the place of James Dickson/deceased 13 May 1774

Names of the lives in the lease of John Kelly’s Parke
Denis Kelly second son on John Kelly, Robert McNeely, second son of John McNeely late of Ballyshannon & John Jones second son of Edwd Jones of Ballyshannon 8 years
Inserted 16 Apr 1779

Rent roll of Ballyshannon Estate Nov 1773 to May 1774: From M 6917/1-18, National Archives

(I’ve noted some changes that had occurred by 1792)

1 Alla Wm Anderson and Partner
2 Ardlonghill The Rev James O’Neill (Mr John O’Neill)
3 Ardlonghill Mr Moses Cahill
4 Ardgillen &c Mr Thomas Atkinson (John Atkinson)
5 Aughrish &c John Folliott Esq
6 Ballydermott John Hamilton Esq
7 Ballynacarrig Andrew Knox Esq
8 Ballplace &c John Dickson Esq (Thomas Dickson Esq)
9 Behay John Reynolds Esq (Hewetson Reynolds)
10 Ballynacarrig Mr Edward Jones (William Jones)
11 Ballymuntherhiggin Mr Robert Coane (Anthony Coane)
12 Carrignahorn James Lowry & Partner (Robert Lowry & Partners)
13 Cashellard East Michael Clarke Esq
14 Cashellard West William McCawley & Partner
15 Cashellard Barron Phelim Barron & Partner
16 Corn Mills John Tredenick and Partner (Reps Hamilton & Tredenick)
17 Creevy & Camp Thomas Dickson Esq
18 Customs & Wards tenement Thomas Dickson Esq
19 Corlea Henry Major
20 Corlea James Conigle & Partners
21 Part of Ditto John Rankin
22 Part of Ditto John Chism
23 Part of Ditto John Carberry (Widow Carberry)
24 Part of Ditto William Carberry
25 Part of Ditto Neal McCauley
26 Part of Ditto Thomas Clarke
27 Part of Ditto Edward Patchell
28 Part of Ditto George Murray
29 Camlin Irwine Mr John Tredenick
30 Camlin Boyle Mrs Major
31 Cashell Lipsett Thomas Lipsett & Partners
32 Cloghore Walter Cuff Esq
33 Coolcally Mt John Dickson Esq (Thomas Dickson Esq)
34 Drumnagroagh James Mulheran & Partners
35 Part of Ditto & A Park at Ballyshannon Mr William Coane
36 Dunmuckrum McShee Owen McShee & Partners
37 Dunmuckrum Curry Samuel Curry & Partners
38 Dunmuckrum Garniner Johnston Allingham (Thos Allingham)
39 Dunmuckrum Stuart Anthony Stuart & Partners
40 Dunmuckrum Montgomery Mathew Montgomery & Partner
41 Dunmuckrum Delap James Dickson (Robert Allingham)
42 Dunmuckrum Thompson John Folliott Esq
43 Dunmuckrum Kelly Ditto
44 Ednagor William Dickson & Partner
45 Ditto (----) Boyle
46 Part of Ditto William Dickson
47 Irish Ballymagrorty Andrew MCafferty & Partners
48 Knather Mountain Arthur McCauley & Partner
49 Knather William Gallagher & Partner
50 Ditto Thomas Patchell Senior Weaver
51 Ditto Thomas Patchell Junior Weaver
52 Ditto James Patchell
53 Ditto Andrew Rodgers
54 Ditto John Rodgers
55 Ditto David Lynn
56 Ditto John McIlIdowny
57 Ditto Thomas Patten
58 Ditto Edward Anderson
59 Ditto Hugh Montgomery
60 Ditto William Montgomery
61 Ditto James Midkiff
62 Knocknashangon John Dunkin & Partners
63 Killen & Labinlee John Dickson Esq (Thomas Dickson Esq)
64 Legalustren Edward Jones
65 Liskey Mr Whiteway
66 Lisacully Thomas Clarke & Partners
67 Mullans Henry Major
68 Mullanashee Doctor Scanlan
69 Part of Ditto Rev James O’Neill
70 Part of Ditto Thomas Dickson Esq
71 Part of Ditto Darby Gorman
72 Portnasun Johnston Allingham
73 Raghlin O’Birne Thomas Dickson Esq
74 Raglass Wm Coane
75 Ditto Henry Major
76 Scotch Ballymagrorty John Colburne & Partners
77 Tuck Mills & Island John Davy
78 Tully John Johnston
79 Tythes of Coolbegg John Reynolds Esq
80 Tythes of Drumholm &c Henry Major
81 Tythes of Killbarron &c Owen McIntire
82 Tythes of Cloghbolhy Guy Carleton
83 Rahine William Gallagher & Partners
84 The Dragoon Barrack
85 The Foot Barrack
86 The Office
87 The Salmon & Eel Fishery Henry Major
88 A tenement & park Francis McDonagh
89 Ditto Ditto
90 A Park Ditto
91 Millers tenement Ditto
92 A tenement Denis Coane
93 A Parke Ditto
94 A tenement Edward Allingham
95 Ditto Ditto
96 Ditto Ditto
97 Tenement & Parke Walter Henry
98 A tenement Henry Major
99 Ditto Ditto
100vDitto John Davy’s
101 Ditto Ditto
102 Cosgraves tenement Hugh McIntire
103 Deerings tenement Henry Kane
104 Tenement Hugh Gallagher
105 Ditto John Allingham
106 Ditto Mrs Major
107 Ditto Ditto
108 Ditto John Folliott Esq
109 Tenement & Park John Gardiner
110 Tenement James Flaherty
111 Tenement & Park Ditto
112 Tenement John Curry
113 Tenement & Park John Fitzgerald
114 Park Edward Allingham
115 Tenement & Park Daniel McLaughlin & Partner
116 Tenement Henry Gardiner
117 Park James Dickson
118 Ditto Ditto
119 Ditto John Reynolds Esq
120 Mr Jennings’s holding Sir John Jennings
121 Park John Dickson Esq
122 Tenement & Park David Carson & Partners
123 Sir Henry Caldwell’s John Dickson Esq
124 Tenement James McIntire
125 Tenement & Park George Carson & Partner
126 Ditto Henry Dickson & Partner
127 Ditto Samuel Delap
128 Tenement Ditto
129 Ditto Samuel & Thomas Park
130 Ditto Thomas Dickson Esq
131 Tenement & Park Ditto
132 Ditto Ditto
133 Bingham tenement Ditto
134 Part of Wards tenement William Conolly & Partners
135 Part of Ditto Neal O’Donnell & Partners
136 Part of Wards tenement & Park Daniel Garvey
137 Mr Bartons tenement & Park William Tighe Esq
138 Coanes tenement & park Thomas Dickson Esq & Partners
139 Brittons Park Thomas McNabb &c
140 Whites & Laughlins tenement William Cleary & partners
141 Donleavys tenements James Dye
142 Tenement & Park William Dye
143 Tenement Thomas Carson
144 Ditto Ditto
145 Ditto Ditto
146 Tenement & Park Thomas Lipsett
147 Tenement Thomas Boyle
148 Tenement & Park Thomas Kerigan
149 Tenement (Carrs) Thomas Dickson Esq
150 Tenement & Park Widow Dickson
151 Ditto Francis Gillaspy’s
152 Roddys tenement Jane Dickson
153 Park Widow Edwards
154 Tenement George Henderson
155 Carrigrawer Park Terence Gildea & Francis Gallagher
156 Tenement Mr John Reynolds
157 The lands in the County of Leitrim
And a tenement & park in B’shannon James Gildea Esq

Part of Rent Roll 1791/2 of Ballyshannon Estate of Thomas Conolly: From M 6917/1-18, National Archives

37 Coolcally Mt Thomas Dickson, esq
49 Dunmuckran Gardiner Thos Allingham
52 Dunmuckran Delap Robert Allingham
55 Ednagor William Dickson and partner
75 Killen & Labinlee Thomas Dickson esq
82 Part of Mullanashee Thomas Dickson esq
84 Portnasun Thomas Allingham
85 Raghlin O’Biern Thos Dickson, esq
91 Tithes of Coolbeg Hewetson Reynolds
105 Tenement Wm Coane
106 Tenement Wm Coane
107 Tenement John Allingham
108 Tenement Miss Allingham
109 Tenement Miss Allingham
118 Tenement Thos Allingham
122 Tenement/Park Mr Delap
126 Tenement/Park James Dye
127 Park Miss Allingham
130 Park James Dickson
131 Park James Dickson
132 Tenement Hewetson Reynolds
133 Mr Jennings holding Ralph Babington, esq
134 Park Thos Dickson, esq
136 Sir Henry Caldwells Thos Dickson, esq
139 Tenement/Park Henry Dickson & Partner
140 Tenement/Park Reps Mr Sam’l Delap
143 Tenement Thos Dickson esq
144 Tenement/Park Thos Dickson esq
145 Tenement/Park Thos Dickson esq
146 Binghams Tenement Thos Dickson esq
147 Part of Wards Tenement James Coane
151 Ditto James Dickson
152 Ditto Andrew Dickson
155 Mr Barton’s Tenem/Park Richd Tighe, esq
156 Kanes Tenem/Park Thos Dickson,esq
167 Tenem (Carrs) Thos Dickson, esq
171 Park Alex Edwards
174 Tenement Hewetson Reynolds

Rent of Parkhill lands part of Ballyshannon, 1791/2
199 Part West Sheegish Mr James Dickson
206 Part of East Sheegish Thos Dickson, esq
210 White Hill Thos Dickson, esq
215 Tullychork John Allingham

Church Lands of Ballyhanna
239 Park Thos Dickson, esq
241 Park John Allingham
245 West Horse Pk Henry Major
246 Part of Ditto James Dickson

College lands
252 Bundrows Fishery Thos Dickson, esq

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Dickie Deeds

79:389:56530 11 Mar 1734 Reg 5 Aug 1735
Ld Bellew to Dickie et al
A Memorial of an Indented Deed of Lease bearing Date the Eleventh day of March one thousand Seven hundred and Thirty four Made Between the Rt. Honble John Lord Bellew Baron of Duleek of the one part and Jams Dickie and John Bailie both of Clonleelan in the County of Louth Farmers of the other part Whereby the said John Lord Bellew Did Demise unto the said James Dickie and John Bailie all that and those the Lands of Clonleenan aforesaid then in the possion of the said James Dickie and John Bailie Containing in the Whole one One hundred and Fifty Nine Acres two Roods profitable Land over and above Bogg the same more or less Mearing and bounding as in a Map of the said premises to the said Lease annexed To hold to the said James Dickie and John Bailie their Exers. admrs. and assigns from the first day of November last past for and during the Natural Lives and Life of the said James Dickie and John Bailie and of David Bailie Second [son] of the said John Bailie and the Survrs. and Survr. of them at the Clear yearly rent of Fifty one pound Sixteen Shillings and Nine pence after with Six pence p pound Receivrs fees to be paid half yearly at May and November in which said Lease are inserted Clauses of Distress and Reentry with Severall other Clauses and Covenants and the said Lease is Witnessed by George Pippard of Drogheda Esqr. and Hugh Stafford of the City of Dublin Gent and this Meml. is witnessed by the said George Pippard and the said Corns. McLaughlin.
Bellew (Seal). The above named George Pippard Came this day before me and made oath that he is a Subscribing Witness to the Deed of Lease whereof the above writing is a Meml. and that he saw the same duly perfected by the said John Lord Bellew and James Dickie and John Bailie parties thereto and that he is a subscribing Witness to this Memorial and Saw the same duly perfected by the said John Lord Bellew and that he this Dep Delivered said Lease and Memorial to Mr. Wm. Parry Dep Regr. on the fifth day of August 1735 at or near Twelve of the Clock at noon. Geo. Pippard. Jur Cor me 5o. die August Anno Dom 1735. Will Parry Dep Regr.
Transcribed by Sharon Oddie Brown

349:169:23342 7 Oct 1782 Regd. 7th. Octr. 1782
Sibthorpe to Dickie
A Memorial of an Indented Deed of release bearing date the Seventh day of October one thousand Seven hundred and Eighty two Between Robert Sibthorpe of Newtown in the County of Louth Esqr. of the one part and Robert Dickie of Clonaleenan in sd. County Gent of the other part Whereby the said Robt. Sibthorpe for and in Consideration of the Sum of two hundred & Seventy Seven pounds Nine Shills. & Sixpence Sterg. to him in hand paid by the said Robert Dickie on the Pfection of said Deed as & in Consideratn. of the Surrender of a Lease for three lives or Sixty one years of the premises therein after demised bearing the first day of October one thousand seven hundred and Seventy nine made by the sd. Robt. Sibthorpe to the Said Robert Dickie & of the rents & Covts. therein Mentd. did demise grant Set and to farm let release and Confirm unto the Said Robert Dickie his heirs and asss. in his possion by Virtue of a Lease for a year therein recited All that part of the Lands of Clonaleenan aforesd. then in possion of the said Robert Dickie Contg. by Estimn. Eighty one Acres two Roods & twelve perches plantn. Measure be the Same more or less, with the Houses Buildings Improvemts. ways Easements & Appurces to the said premises belonging together with that part of the Bog of Clenaleenan hereto & then in the possion of the Said Robt. Dickie Meared by Carrickastuck & Anavackey and five Acres of the Bog of Derryfeelone next adjoining his the Said Robert Dickies holding in Clonaleenan for his use amd for the use of his undertents. to be Consumed on the premises only all which said premises are Situate lying & being in the Manor of Roach Barony of Dundalk & Co. of Louth aforesd. Excepting and always reserving out of said Demise all Bog timber Limestone Mines Minerals and Royalties whatsoever with Liberty for him the said Robt. Sibthorpe his heirs and asss. with workmen Horses Carrs & carriages to dig search for and Carry away the same paying reasonable Damage for what prejudice shall be thereby done to the Soil with Liberty also for him the Said Robert Sibthorpe his heirs and Asss. and his and their agents Servts. and Attendants to hunt and Foul on the Said Demised premises or any part thereof at fit & proper Seasons To hold Said Demised premises with the Appurts. (Except as before Excepted) unto the Said Robert Dickie his heirs & Asss. from the first day of May last past for & during the the Natural Life and Lives of James Dickie & Joseph Dickie Sons of the Said Robt. Dickie the Lessee and Alexandr. McCombe son of the Revd. Alexandr. McCombe of Ozierhill in the Co. of Armagh and the Survrs. and Survr. of them and for and during the Natural Life & lives of all and every Such other person & persons as by Virtue of the Covts. for Renewl. therein after Mentioned Should for ever be added or inserted to the Time and Term of said Demise at and under the yearly rent of thirty five pounds one Shillg. during the Natl. Life of Elizth. Lady Viscountess Dowager Boyne by half yearly paymts. and from and after the Death of the Said Dowager Lady Boyne then at and under the yearly Rent of Forty four pounds one Shilling Said rents to be paid above all Taxes (Quit & Crown rent only Excepted) in which Said Deed of release is Contained Covts. for Renewl. for ever on payment of one pepper Corn by way of Fine if Demanded which Said Deed of release is witnessed by John Warburton of the City of Dublin Gent. and John Kennedy Clerk to John Murphy of the Same City Gent atty and this Meml. is Witnessed by the Said John Kennedy and John Warburton late pursuivant of the Court of Exchequer Gent. Robt. Sibthorpe (Seal) Signed and sealed in the presence of John Warburton John Kennedy. The above named John Kennedy maketh oath he is a subscibing witness to Deed of which the above writing is a Meml. and also to this Meml. and Saith that he saw the above named Robert Sibthorpe duly Execute the said Deed and the above Meml. respectively and saith that he saw the above named Robt. Dickie duly Execute the above Meml. and Saith the name John Kennedy subscribed as a witness to the said Deed and the above Meml. is of Depts. proper handwriting and Dept. delivered the said Deed and the above Meml. to Mr. Wm. Kelly Depy Regr. the Seventh day of October 1782 at a quarter after Five oClock in the afternoon John Kennedy Sworn the 7th day of October 1782 Will Kelly Dep. Regr.
Transcription thanks to Wendy Jack. from Sharon Oddie Brown

476:414:315515 June 1795 Reg 11 July 1795
Coulter to Dickie
A Meml. of a Lease Indd. (by way of Lease & Release) dated the [blank] day of June one thousd. seven hund. & ninety five & made between Charles Coulter of Roachdale in the Co. of Louth Farmer of the one part & Robt. Dickie of Clonaleenan in the sd. Co Gt. of the other part whereby the sd. Chas. Coulter in Considn. of fifty pds. Ster. paid to him by the sd. Robt. Dickie at or before the Sealing & Delivery thereof & for the other Considns. therein mentd. did Demise Grant Set & to farm let release & Confirm unto the sd. Robt. Dickie (in his actual possion then being by virtue of a Bargain & Sale made to him thereof by the sd. Chas. Coulter for one whole year as therein mentd.) & to his Heirs Exors Admors & Asss. All that & those that part of the Lands of Carrickastuck formerly Occupd. by Saml. Maffett & then in the Occupn. & possion of the said Robt. Dickie & his undertents. contg. by Estimn. Eighteen Acres Irish plantn. Measure be same more or less togr. with that part of the Bog of Carrickastuck formerly set out & apart for sd. Farm & theretofore occupd. by sd. Saml. Maffett & his undertents. & by sd. Robt. Dickie & his undertents. therewith situate in the Manor of Roach Bary. of Dundalk & Co. of Louth afsd. with all ways Easemts. Houses Builds. Gardens & appurs thereto belonging, excepting & reserving unto the Heirs of the late Robt. Sibthorpe Esq. deced & their Asss. all Mines Minerals & Royalties whatsr. & all & singr. other the matters & things excepted & reserved by the Grand Lease of sd. premes made by sd. Robt. Sibthorpe to sd. Chas. Coulter & Henry Coulter his Bror. To hold sd. premes with appurs (except as before excepted) unto the sd. Robt. Dickie his Heirs Exors Admors & Asss. for the lives & life of Jams. Coulter the Elder of Carrickastuck afsd. Farmer Ralph Coulter Son of Henry Coulter of Carrickastuck afsd. Farmer & Wm. Coulter & Chas. Coulter Sons of the Lessor & the Survrs. & Survr. of them, or for the Term of forty one years to be computed from the day of Death of the sd. James Coulter the Elder which ever shd. last longest, at the yearly Rent of Eighteen pds. Ster during the life of the sd. Jas. Coulter the Elder & from & after his Death during the residue of the sd. Demised Term at the yrly Rent of Twenty five pds. Ster. above Taxes Deducts & Impositions (Quit & Crown Rent excepted) payable half yearly by two even & equal half yrly moieties on every first of May & first of Novr. in which sd. Lease are contd. Covts. for Distress & Re-entry in Case of nonpaymt. of Rent as in such Cases usual & also a Covt. that sd. Robt. Dickie his Heirs Exors Admors & Asss. shd. Grind all Malt Corn & Grain that shd. be expended by them on the premes or Grod. for Sale at the Mill of Philipstown or in default thereof shd. pay unto sd. Chas. Coulter his Heirs Exors Admors or Asss. five Shillss. Ster. for every Barrell Ground at any other Mill & other Covts. usual betn. Landlord & Tent., which sd. Lease and this Meml. are witd. by Saml. Maffett of Cloghog in the Co. of Armagh Gt. & Patk. Reilly of Dundalk in the Co. of Louth Gt. Charles Coulter (Seal) Sigd. & Sealed in the presence of Saml. Moffett, Patt Reilly. The above named Patk. Reilly maketh Oath that he saw the above named Chas. Coulter & Robt. Dickie duly Sign seal & Execute the Deed of Lease of wch. the above writing is a Meml. & also saw the sd. Chas. Coulter duly Sign & Seal this Meml. & that Dept. is a Subsg. Wits. to the sd. Deed of Lease & this Meml. & that the name Patt Reilly Subsd. as a Wits. to the sd. Deed of Lease & this Meml. is this Depts. proper name & handwg.. Patt Reilly. Sworn before me at Dundalk in the Co. of Louth the sixth day of July 1795 by virtue of Comn. to me directed from his Maty's four Courts Dublin for takg. Affts. in sd. Co. & I know the Dept. Matt Monypeny.
Transcribed by Sharon Oddie Brown

Land Commission Records:

Record No. LC 598; Box No. 293.

Estate of Kate Dickie.
Lands of Clonaleenaghan, barony of Dundalk Upper, Co. Louth.

Abstract of title commencing with deed of family settlemant, 1852.

Deeds 1852-1864
Names of Parties: Dickie, family of; Scott, Francis, Bradford, Samuel & William - 5 deeds.

Dickie, Joseph, Fairhill, Dundalk, Co. Louth: Will & Grant, 1877. Armagh DR. (Cert. copy)

Record No. LC 355; Box No. 139.

Estate of Thomas Bell.

Lands of Annaghrackey (sic) and Philipstown.
Abstract of title to lands of Annaghrackey, commencing with Chancery conveyance to Robert Bailie and Robert Dickie (1812)
Abstract of title to lands of Philipstown, commencing with Chancery conveyance to Alexander Donaldson, 1811.

Deeds; 1842-1889.
Names of parties: Handfield, Lydia, Timbill, George, Bell, family of, Dickie, family of, Donaldson, Alexander, Charleton, William, McEvoy, family of, Barrett, Andrew, Gillichan, James, Wallace, family of, Bailie, Robert, King, Stewart, Foster, John, Hamilton, Frederick, & Sir John C., Grant, Charles. 16 deeds.

Charleton, William, Phillipstown: Will and grant, 1875, PR (Office copy)

Gillichan, James, Dundalk: Will and Grant, 1969, PR.

Donaldson, Alexander. Philipstown, Co. Louth.
Will and note of grant, 1843, Prerogative (Plain copy)

Armagh Wills - 409 - Donaldson, Alexander - 18-6-1834.

Dundalk and Newry - 20-2-98.

PRO Belfast - Donaldson, family of - D.282
161 documents, incl. leases, conveyances wills etc. Principle families Agnew, Donaldson, Hamilton & Moore 1637-1903.

Indenture (1852)
Incl is Rev Joseph Donaldson of Fellows Hall, Co Armagh (married to Mary Dickie)

Robt Dickie sen d 10th Feb 1817
Robt Dickie jnr d 18th Feb, 1840
Kate Dickie is selling to Alexander Dickie Clonaleenaghan
Indenture in presence of Randal Donaldson

Purchase of land
Landlord Tho W Bell
Tenant Alexander Dickie
solr James Henry, 41 L Sackville St Dublin

Alexander Dickie Roachdale, Hackballscross, Dundalk, Townland, Annaghvacky

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Dickson Deeds

(see Dickson of Woodville, Ballyshannon & Lavey)

The following letter from Thomas and William Dickson to William Conolly is the first formal record I have from my family in the Ballyshannon area.

Ballyshannon Aug 19th 1704
Dear Sir,
We have been looking at Tulley & tho it be very dear yet because it is so nigh & convenient for us we are willing to give the £400 that is £300 at (alsts) £100 next May at which times we shall take due care that ye money be in Mr Cairnes hands of Dublin redey either for you or Mr Jones. So desires the favour of you to write Mr Jones & secure it us & if you could bring him to allow us the rent coming on since May to give some small ease to the dearness of it we think it would be but reasonable for suppose Capt Gore had bought it & tho he had ye money lying redey in Mr Cairnes hands yet he would not a paid it till all writing were done and possession given and that would abeen as long as till Holintide. Ye forbearance we desire and we (plead) at ye same time that Mr Jones could not ( ) to aloud Capt Gore ye rent coming on since May this small as it is if you can get it us will be a kindness but do you in it as you think fit.
There has been a small wood on ye land which might a been worth something had it been farmed but ye villains that lives on the land has stripped and destroyed most of it we would be satisfied how (sure) you could get us some order from Mr Jones that we may stop their doing it further harm (which with ye) effects where due is ye farther needful ruin We hear ye land is considerably in arrear ( ) rent pray let us know if any of ye ( - - - ) now ( ) can be taken of
The bearer has ( ) along ( ) him being what ( ) ye collector received for you he had wrote you himself
Sir your humble servant
Tho & Wm Dickson

51:5:32568 – 11th Apr 1722 Reg 15/08/1726
Settlement
Robert Spence, elder 1P settling on Robert Spence, the younger and Ralph Spence, both Donegal, sons of said Robert Spence through Charles Leslie of kincrargy, Donegal & Robert Houston, City of Londonderry 2P
in consideration of love & making provision for Elinor Spence, his wife, ¼ land of Dongarbery containing 4 carterins viz carterines of Donbally, Towntallen + of the woods divided in 21/2 carterins of Edenville and Gobboneene & 2 of Lissmorrie at Drombay & Buckode – parcel of land called Mullenaleck – 4 islands Eniskeen, Inishman Inislee and Inishtemple on Lough Melviell & fair and markets of Tullaghan & the salmon fishery of Bundrowse + properties in Donegal
DW John Steuart, Donegal
DW Robert Bustard, Drumenenagh, Co Donegal
DWMW Philip Dogherty, Ardekinalbin, Co Donegal
MW Alexander Vance, Londonderry, merchant

52;406;35060 – 3rd June 1724 Reg 14 June 1727
Lease
Lease of tenement in Ballyshannon + Park (No 3) in Colcaly by His Excellency Wm Conolly to Thos Dickson, shoemaker; Occupier adjacent, William Edwards
Life of said Thos Dickson & James Dixon, 4th son of Mr Thos Dickson & of John Dickson, 2nd son of Henry Dickson of Ballyshannon
Deed perfected by Thomas Dickson in the presence of Thos Dickson, John Dickson & William King all of Ballyshannon
Deed perfected by William Conolly in presence of Robert Norman, Dublin, Gent, Robert McCausland, Co Donegal, Gent & Robert Anderson, Co Donegal
MW Robert Norman and Samuel Owens, Dublin

54;165;35286 – 3 June, 1724 Reg 5 July 1727
Wm Conolly to John Dickson & Thos Forster both of Edonagor Co Donegal, Gents
lands of Edonagor, Templenew & Knockaberin Phelemy O'Boyles house lying in manor of Ballyshannon as possessed by John Dickson
Yearly rent of £33 & 1s/barrel of corn grain to mills of Ballyshannon 2/6 per piece of woolen cloth etc 2/6 per salmon or frey & 6d per eel
Lives above and Margarett Dickson, wife of John Dickson
William Conolly perfected deed in presence of Robert Norman, Dublin & Robert Anderson and Robert McCausland, Newtownlimavady, Co Derry
MW Robert Norman and Charles Caldwell, Dublin

56:503:38935 - 3 June 1724 Reg 29 Oct 1728
Wm Conolly to Thomas Barton, merchant, Ballyshannon (Curraghmore)
Tenement in Ballyshannon lately in possession of Robert Delap & Parks called Carbery's Park & Garry Lucas' Park and now in possession of Thomas Barton
Lives Thomas Barton and his eldesr son Willia & Margaret Barton, his wife
Execution by Thomas Barton witnessed by Thomas Dickson, B'sh, merchant, John Dickson, gent & William King, Newtownlimavady, gent
William Conolly perfected deed in presence of Robert Norman, Dublin & Robert Anderson, sen and Robert McCausland, Newtownlimavady, Co Derry

56:503:38936 3/06/1724 Reg 29/10/1728
Lease
His Excell Wm Conolly, one of the Lords Justices 1P
Thomas Lipsett, Ballyshannon, Gent 2P
1P to 2P tenement in Ballyshannon in his possession + Park in Carrickboy (No 7)
Lives James Dickson, 4th son of Capt Thomas Dickson
Lewis Lipsett, 2nd son of James Lipsett, Cashel
Anthony Lipsett, 4th son of Michael Lipsett, Cashel
DW Robert Anderson, NTL, Co Londerry servant to
DW Robert McCausland, NTL, Co Londonderry, Gent
DW Thomas Dickson, Ballyshannon, merchant
DW John Dickson, Ballyshannon, Gent
DW William King, NTL
DWMW Robert Norman, City of Dublin, Gent
MW Darby Clarke, Esq, City of Dublin

57:374:38938 - 3 June, 1724 Reg 29 Oct 1728
Wm Conolly to Anthony Coane, gent of Ballymunterhiggin, Barony of Tirhugh, Co Donegal
for lives of Anthony Coane, Anne Spence & James Coane his brother at £280 rent
William Conolly perfected deed in presence of Robert Norman, Dublin & Robert Anderson, sen and Robert McCausland, Newtownlimavady, Co Derry
Anthony Coane perfected deed in presence of Robert Norman and Robert McCausland
MW Robert Norman and Darby Clark, Esq

57;375;38940 – 3rd June 1724
Conolly to Dickson – Wm Dickson, merchant of B’sh Tenement formerly in possession of Patk Conolly bounded on N/W with Mr Thos Dickson’s tenement & on S with John Jennings
Lives of said William Dickson, Henry Dickson of L’derry & John Dickson, eldest son to Thos Dickson of Ballyshannon
[This property was still in the family in 1844]

Added to R o D by Roz McC

58;151;38939 – 3rd June 1724 Reg 29 Oct 1728
Indented Deed
Wm Conolly to Wm Dickson, merchant, Ballyshannon
Pretons Tenement with Tann House & John Delap's & Graves Pk in the Knather as possessed by Wm Dickson
Lives of Henry Dickson of L’derry, Gent, Wm Dickson, 3rd son of said Thos Dickson & James Dickson, 4th son of said Thomas Dickson
DW Robert Anderson, NTL, Co Londerry servant to
DW Robert McCausland, NTL, Co Londonderry, Gent
DW Thomas Dickson, Ballyshannon, merchant
DW John Dickson, Ballyshannon, Gent
DW William King, NTL
DWMW Robert Norman, City of Dublin, Gent
MW Darby Clarke, Esq, City of Dublin

Castletown papers – C28
Know all men by these presents that the Rt Honble William Conolly Esq have & by these presents doe authorise constitute ad appoint Thomas (replaced by John) Dixon of Ballyshannon in the County of Donegall esq & Henry Major of the same town & county Gents my true & lawfull attorny’s for me and in my name to Sett Lett and demise all and singular the Lands and premises that I hold and enjoy by Lease under the College of Dublin in the county of Donegall to the several and respective Tennants that held and enjoyed the same by Lease or Leases from or under my uncle the Rt Honble William Conolly Esq dec’d for the term of fourteen years commencing the first day of May one thousand seven hundred and thirty (replaced by 1737) att the same rent and receivers fees and under the same covenant that the said Tennants respectively paid or held their respective holdings in the said lands by their former leases from and under my said uncle and paying one full years rent for my use of their respective holdings upon the Perfection of their respective leases and to sign my name & to putt my Seal to such lease or leases as my said Attrys shall make of the said lands & premises or any part of them pursuant to this power & to deliver the same as any Act & Deed & I doe hereby ratify and confirm these my said Attoys shall lawfully doe according to the power herey granted them as witnessed my hand & seal this 27th day of Octobr One thousand seven hundred and thirty one
Signed Sealed & Delivered Wm Conolly
In the presence of Alexr Nesbitt & Darby Clarke

68:188:47584 – 11th Feb 1731 Reg same date
Lease
Wm Conolly to Capt Thomas Dickson
Creeevy, Mossboy & Clounien & Parks called the Camp in possession of Thomas Dickson
Lives of John, Thomas & Wm Dickson, sons to Thomas D
DWMW Lt Colonel Jasper Pryce & DArby Clarke, City of Dublin & John Dickson, Ballyshannon

70:288:48380 - 10th Feb 1728 Reg 23/05/1732
Lease
Rt Hon Wm Conolly to Thos Atkinson of Cavangarden, Gent, the Ballyboe of Cavangarden, 2 of Ardpatten & Ardgillan 2 of Laughan etc
Lives of Thomas Atkinson & of John of Ardnanein, Co Mayo, son of Thomas & Thomas Atkinson, son of John
DW John Dickson of B'sh, gent
DW Patrick Smith & George Finey, servant to William Conolly & Robert Anderson, Newtownlimavady, Yeoman
DWMW Robert McCausland, City of Dublin, Gent

77;132;53077 22/04/1734 Reg22/04/1734
Rt Hon William Conolly, City of Dublin to John Dickson, Ballyshannon, gent
C to D Tenements called Ballsplace in B’sh; also one field or park called Castlepark and Coolcally mt except reserving all fishings & mines/minerals
Lives of John Dickson & William Dickson & James Dickson, his brothers
DWMW Darby Clarke, City of Dublin & James Gregory, servant to William Conolly

77:144:53114 - 3rd Mar 1733 Reg 27 Apr 1734
Lease
Rt Hon Wm Conolly & Samuel Delap of Letterkenny, Co Donegal
WC to SD Park called Clochnamome lately in possession of Mrs Anne Delap, mother of Samuel & now possessed by said Sam'l
Lives of Wm Delap 2nd son of Sam'l, John Delap, 3rd son of Sam'l & Wm Dickson, son to Th Dickson, late of B'sh
DW Darby Clarke, City of Dublin
DWMW John Dickson B'sh

78:81:53466 1/04/1734 Reg 5/06/1734
Lease
Rt Hon William Conolly 1P
John Jennings &
Roger McQuillin both Tamlaghduff in Vintners proportion, Co Londonderry 2P
1P to 2P that part of Tamlaghduff called Tamlaghduff John Jennings, 61 acres
Lives Thomas Jennings, eldest son of John (21)
Francis McQuillen, youngest son of Roger (21)
James Mullhollen, 2nd son of
Patrick Mullhollen of BallyMcCombsbeggin in s’d proportion
DW Marcus McCausland, Fruithill, Co Londonderry
DWMW George Tinney, Shelbridge, Co Kildare, Gent
MW John Downing, Drimard, Co Londonderry, Esq

78:200:54649 5/10/1734 Reg 25/11/1734
Lease
Rt Hon William Conolly, City of Dublin 1P
John Dickson, Ballyshannon, Gent 2P
1P to 2P 20 acres of Coolcally Mt formerly in possession of William Gallagher
Lives s’d John Dickson & William Dickson & James Dickson, his brothers
DWMW Darby Clark, City of Dublin
DWMW Henry Major, Portnason, Co Donegal

78:258:55284 10/10/1734 Reg 14/02/1734/5
Lease
Rt Hon William Conolly, City of Dublin, Esq 1P
Henry Major, Portnason, Co Donegal, Gent 2P
1P to 2P lot between John Kelly & Henry Caldwell’s holding on South side of River Earn
Lives S’d Henry Major, Elizabeth Major, wife & John Major, Eldest son
DWMW Rev Thomas Carson, Ballyshannon
DWMW Darby Clarke, City of Dublin

79:422:56689 10/11 Aug 1735 Reg 8/09/1735
Deed of lease & release
Release
William Dickson, Ballyshannon, Merchant 1P
Thomas Barton, Curraghmore, Co Fermanagh, Merchant 2P
Recites L & R 16/17 Sept 1733
Lease between John Caldwell, eldest son of Sir Henry Caldwell, dec'd (1P) & Wm Dickson, Ballyshannon, Merchan t(2P)
Release between John Calldwell 1P, Nichs ArchdallCo Fermanagh 2P, Wm Dickson 3P
whereas Wm Conolly gave to Henry Caldwell on 3rd June 1724 house on northside of street in B'sh where Henry lived & Henry on death indebted to Edward Archdall, since dec'd & transfered to Nicholas Archdale; William Dickson pays debts & said house transfered by John Calldwell to William Dickson
William Dickson for £250 to Thomas Barton
DWMW Robt Elliot, Enniskillen, Merchant & Henry Parsons, City of Dublin, Gent

80:112:55115 – 15/16 Dec, 1734 – Reg 31st Jan 1734/5
L & R
John Rynd of Derryvollen, Fermanagh, Esq & John Dickson of B’sh, Esq
Rynd for £2,200 to John Dickson, lands of Gurtensillagh, Roseclogher, Ballymore & U & L Gortendarragh & corn mill of Rosclogher, in parish of Rosinver
DWMW David Rynd of Derryvollan, Ferm, gent, Wm Dickson, jnr of B’sh & Brabazon Noble of Rahans, Monaghan, Gent.

82:375:58211 - 22nd Apr, 1734 Reg 19/04/1736
Lease
Rt Hon Wm Conolly to Wm Dickson, gent
All ye messuages or Tenements formerly in possn of Mr Thomas Dickson in B'sh reserving fishings, mines & minerals
Lives Wm Dickson (party) Thos D & Jas D, his brothers - Presumably the three younger sons of Th D, dec'd
DW Henry Major, Ballyshannon
DWMW Alexander McNaghten, Dublin, Physician
DWMW John Dickson, Ballyshannon, Esq

83:408:59494 3rd Sept 1736 Reg 9/10/1736
Lease
Thomas Dickson of B'sh, gent 1P & Major John Folliott of Ballymacward 2P
1P to 2P, farm of Clounien reserving to Thomas Dickson mines & minerals
Lives of John D esq, Thomas D & Wm Dickson, sons to Capt Thos D of B'sh, dec'd
DW Henry Major of Camlin, Co Donegal
DWMW Francis Gillespy, servant to Major John Folliott
MW Ralph Turner, City of Dublin, Gent

85:132:59447 1/10/1736 Reg 2/10/1736
Lease
Rt Hon William Conolly 1P
John Dickson, Ballyshannon, Gent 2P
1P to 2P Ballsplace messuage & Park called Castlepark & park called John Delap’s park & Garve Park
Lives s’d John Dickson & William & James Dickson, his brothers
DWMW John Jenkins servant to William Conolly
DWMW Michael Clarke, City of Dublin

86:98:59446 - 1st Oct 1736 Reg 2/10/1736
Lease
Rt Hon Wm Conolly to John Dickson, of B'sh, esq
All that tract of land called Coolcally Mt as now in possn of John Dickson
Lives John Dickson & Wm & James D, bros
Rent £13 + 1s/barrel of corn grain or malt not ground at one of the Manors mills (& cloth & salmon)
Witnesses Mich Clarke, Dublin, gent & John Jenkins, servant to Wm Conolly

94;338;66591 27/04/1734 Reg 18/06/1739
Lease
Rt Hon William Conolly & Henry Dickson, Ballyshannon, Gent
Conolly to Henry Dickson all his tenements in B’sh and one park of land in Cullcally, 10 acres & 2 Parks in the Knather (reserving hunting, hawking, fishing & fowling)
Lives of Henry Dickson 3rd son, James Dickson 4th son & Thos Dickson 5th son of Henry Dickson
DWMW Darby Clarke, Dublin & John Dickson, Ballyshannon

99:119:68242 - 14th June 1734
Henry Dickson, L'derry, merchant & James Anderson, L'd, merchant, dec'd
House in Raphoe, Former occupier Jenet Coningham, previous occupier Samuel Henderson
DW Edward Houghton, Notary Publick, Londonderry
DWMW Robert Russell, Soapboyler, Londonderry
MW Andrew Makilwaine, Londonderry, Gent

99:221:68708 - 22 May 1738 Reg 3/03/1739
Assignment
Henry Dickson, L'derry, merchant (1P), James Anderson, L'd, merchant, dec'd (2P) & John Anderson, son & sole executor of James
1P to 2P; Tenement in town of Raphoe (O Robert Fairly) & (O prev Eliz Smyth & Robt Smyth) + 5 acres possession of Elizabeth & Robert Smyth in Raphoe
DW John Anderson, Merchant
DWMW William Gray, Sadler, City of Londonderry
MW Andrew Mackelwaine, Londonderry, Gent

100:469:71273 – 14 Sept, 1739 – Reg 4 May 1741
Lease
Rev John Coningham of Londonderry, 1st part
Archibald Coningham of L’d, merchant, 2nd part
Recites Govers/London of the New Plantation of Ulster by lease 9th Aug 1734 to John Coningham, Anne his wife & Letitica Dickson of City of L’derry
Tenements in School House Lane (description) for lives of
Frederick, only son of Richard Coningham late of L’d, dec’d
James, 3rd son of Henry Dickson, L’derry, merchant &
Henry, 7th son of Andrew Makilivan of L’derry, Barrickmaster
Letitia Dickson, 31 Aug, 1739 gave all rights to John Coningham
Indenture witnesses JC to AC
Added to Registry of Deeds site by Halifax

[247:422:94424 – 22/9/1766
Refers to Rev John Coningham of Mackney, co Tyrone.
Full deed entered in deed order]

100:268:70443 - 24th Nov, 1740 Reg 2 Jan 1740
Wm Dickson of B'sh, merchant & John Dickson of B'sh, esq
cites Benj Barton, Dublin, Alderman, dec'd
deed of 1/01/1713 to Wm Dickson & to Wm & John Jemison, both of Sligo, Coopers
Salmon & eel fishing of Sligo; yearly rent of £140
Wm D to John D 1/3 part
DW Henry Major, Ballyshannon
DWMW Patrick Dowans, Ballyshannon
MW Thomas Martin, City of Dublin

100:269:70444 – 24/25 Nov, 1740 – Reg 7th Jan, 1740
William Dickson, B’sh, merchant & John Dickson, B’sh, esq
Wm for consideration herein mentioned gives to John Tully, Thully, Garhally, Garnhally, Cloonally, Cloonty in Barony of Rosclogher
Wit – Henry Major, Patrick Dowans, Thos Martin
I wonder if this is related to the following deed:
104:483:74009 – 31st Jan 1740 – Reg 21st May, 1742: Marriage settlement of John Dickson & Frances Eccles

116:301:80450 - 19/20 Nov, 1744 Reg 18/01/1744/5
Lease & Release
Lease
John Dixon, Templenew, Co Donegal, Gent, Phelim O'Boyle of Higginstown, Gent, Eliz O'Boyle orse Forster his wife, Thos Lipset, Cashal, Gent, Margt Lipset orse Forster his wife, Sidney Forster 1P
Francis Forster, Whitefield, Co Cavan, Surveyor of Excise 2P
Release
John Dixon 1P
Edward Fawsett, City of Dublin, Gent 2P
Said Phelim O'Boyle, Elizh O'Boyle, Thos & Margt Lipset 3P
Francis Forster 4P
Frances Johnston ors Forster, Knockekeerin, Widow & Sidney Forster, her daughter 5P
1P to 2P for considerations stated, Lands of Knockkerrin in Ballyshannon
DW John Tredenick of Camlin
DW John Forster of Cavan
DWMW Owen Sweeny, Templenew
MW Campbell Craig, City of Dublin

135:270:91356 21/07/1748 Reg 2/06/1749
Renewal of lease of 3rd June, 1724
Wm Conolly & John Dixon & Th Forster, Ednagor
Replacing John Dixon, lately dec'd as one life with Wm Tredenick, son of John Tredenick of Camlin
DW Henry Major, Camlin Co Donegal
DWMW Michael Clark, City of Dublin
MW John Staniland

146:426:98237 6/7th July, 1750 Reg 30/03/1751
Lease & Release
Wm Conolly to John Dixon of B'sh esq
2 Ballyboes of Killen & Labenlee now in possession of John Dixon in Manor of B'sh
Royal lives
DWMW Michael Clarke & Christopher Glascock both City of Dublin, Gents

161:507:109702 - 16th May, 1753 Reg 8/09/1753
Gift
John Delap of Dunmuckran, Co Donegal to his nephew Jas Dickson of B'sh
J Del to Jas Dickson, Dunmuckran which he holds by lease from Wm Conolly - 3rd Aug 1748
lives of Robert Dickson, Andrew Johnston & Susanna Johnston
DW John Campbell & William Atkinson, both Ballyshannon
DWMW John Davys of Parkhill
MW John Brady

172:559:118153 - 25/26 Mar 1755 Reg 19/09/1755
Lease & Release
Thos Barton of Bourdeaux but then of Dublin 1P & Thos Dickson of Ballyshannon 2P
Recites deed of 1724 - Wm Con to Thomas Barton re Delap, Carbery, Garry Lucas Parks
Thomas Barton to Thos Dickson said lease and all his interest in same
DW William Austen, City of Corke
DWMW William Ellis, clerk to William Austen

174:459:117020 - 1/2 May 1733 Reg 29/04/1755
Thomas Barton of Bordeaux 1st
Thomas Dickson of B'sh 2nd
whereas late Wm Conolly by deed of 1724 gave to Th Ba tenement lately in possessn of Robert Delap called Carbery Pk and Gary Lucas Pk
Lives Thomas Barton & Margaret his wife & William Barton, eldest son; 1P to 2P
DW Wm Dickson of B'sh & Thos Brown of Killibegs
DWMW Henry Dickson of Ballyshannon

175:16:115919 – 18th Jan 1755 – Reg 20 Jan 1755
Lease & Release
Robert Spence of Strabane & Thos Dickson, B’sh, Esq
Robt to Thos for £830 Dungarbry then in occupation of Wm McGloan
Pasture, woods, mts, meadows, heaths, mills, mill ponds, mill races, moors
Covenant that lands free of Dowers, mortgages, quit rents etc
DWMW Anthony Barton, Ballyshannon, Gent & John Wolverston, City of Dublin

184:210:122636 -15th Apr 1747 Reg 12/11/1756
Lease
Wm Dickson of B'sh, Mariner & Jas Dickson of B'sh, Merchant
Wm D to Jas D, Park in Coolcally in possessn of Jas D, 10 acres
lives James D, his brother, Robert D & James Scanlon, son of Edward Scanlon, B'sh
DW Thomas Edwards, Blacksmith, dec'd & Jonathan Bingham, Ballyshannon, Carpenter
DWMW Robert Dickson, Ballyshannon, gent
MW John Feddin, Sligo, Gent

221:229:147304 – 19th July 1763 – Reg 26th July 1763
Peter Magloin of Dungarbry, gent 1st part
Thos Dickson, B’sh merchant 2nd part
Jas Dickson, B’sh, merchant 3rd part
Peter to Jas, lands of Dungarbry by virtue of assignment by Robert Spence, Esq, dec’d to Wm Magloin, father – 11 unexpired years lease
DWMW Peter Dogherty & Theobald Bermingham, City of Dublin, Gent

234:238:152814 - 3rd Aug 1764 Reg 9/11/1764
Lease of three lives
Th Dickson, Ballyshannon, esq & Henry Major of Camlin, Esq
For £7.10s Th D to HM tenement called Th Barton's tenement (formerly Robt Delaps)
see earlier deeds; 172:559:118153 & 174:459:117020
DW Robert Barclay
DWMW James Scanlan of Ballyshannon, merchant

247:422:94424 22/09/1766 Reg 14/11/1766
Conveyance
Palmer Beatty Tamnaskerey, Co Tyrone 1P
Jane Beatty, his wife 1P
Rev John Coningham of Mackney, Co Tyrone 2P
[Recites deed of lease & release in 5 parts:
William Richardson, Summerseat, Co Londonderry, Esq 1P
Mary Eyles, City of London 2P
John Eyles, Bart 3P
Roger Drake, City of London, Esq 3P
Albert Nesbit City of London 4P
William Selwen, City of London 4P
Francis Haskins Eyles Styles, Bowden park, Wilts 5P
Nathaniel Cole of Bass in Hall St London, Gent 5P
William Richardson in consideration of marriage with Mary Eyles gives Manor of St John the Baptist to 3P; marriage portion of £3000 to 2P and from this £100 to Jane Beatty]
1P gives this £100 to 2P
DW James Moore & Alexander Watt, Kildress, Co Tyrone
MW John Wright, City of Dublin

251:18:159388 22/23 Sept 1765
Memorial of Indented deeds of lease and release dated 22/23 September 1765, the lease being between (1) James Dickson of Sligo, Co Sligo, shoemaker, and Edward Allingham the younger of Ballyshannon, Co Donegal, merchant, and (2) James Dickson of Ballyshannon, gent, whereby said Dickson of Sligo and Allingham, for considerations mentioned in lease, did grant, bargin and sell to said Dickson of Ballyshannon ten acres of land in Culcally adjoining Mr John Jennings Park, to hold the same to the said Dickson of Ballyshannon, his heirs etc from the date thereof for a term of one whole year at the rent of one peppercorn, and the release being made between (1) said James Dickson of Sligo, (2) said Edward Allingham and (3) said James Dickson of Ballyshannon and reciting that whereas his late Excellency William Conolly, esqre, one of the Lords Justices General and General Governors of Ireland, dec'd, by Indenture of Lease dated 3 June 1724 did demise etc to Thomas Dickson and William Dickson, both of Ballyshannon, gents, the same ten acres of land in Culcally adjoining Mr John Jennings' park (then lately in the tenure of Patrick McGagna), as possessed by said Thomas and William Dickson, situated in the Manor or Lordship of Ballyshannon, to hold the same from 1 May next following for the natural life or lives of said William Dickson and of James Dickson, son of said Thomas dickson, and of Robert Dickson, brother of said William Dickson, and the survivors(s) of them, with a covenant of renewal for ever, and whereas livery of such land was delivered unto said Thomas and William Dickson and whereas said Thomas Dickson died without disposing of his interest and by his death said William Dickson as surviving tenant became absolutely entitled to the said lands, and whereas by way of mortgage said William Dickson, in consideration of the sum of £6 paid to him by said Edward Allingham the younger, conveyed to Allingham [as security for the mortgage] his interest in the said lands and whereas the said sum of £6 was afterwards paid off to Allingham by said William Dickson but Allingham never reconveyed the lands and whereas said William Dickson died and his interest in the land descended to said James Dickson of Sligo, who is the eldest son and heir of said William Dickson, and whereas the underlying title to the said lands was inherited by Rt Hon William Conolly, late of the City of Dublin, esqre, dec'd (nephew and heir to said William Conolly, the lessor), sho by an endorsement on the back of the 1724 Lease and dated 1 July 1748 in consideration of a renewal fine substituted the life of Edward Jones (son of Wm Jones, aged about 5 years) in lieu of that of the said William Dickson in the Lease, and whereas said James Dickson of Sligo and said Edward Allingham had agreed to convey all their interest in the lands to the said James Dickson of Ballyshannon, by the said deed of release the said James Dickson of Sligo (in consideration of £1 paid to him by the said James Dickson of Ballyshannon) and said Edward Allingham (in consideration of 5s 0d paid to him by said James Dickson of Ballyshannon) did sell etc to the said James Dickson of Ballyshannon the said ten acres of land in Culcally etc to hold the same to him, his heirs tec from the date of the said deed of release for the lives and life of said James Dickson, Robert Dickson and Edward Jones and survivor(s) of them and every person whose life is added by virtue of a covenant for renewal contained in the 1724 lease and release and this Memorial are witnessed by James Donlevy of Ballyshannon, gent and John Thompson of Strabane, Co Tyrone, writing clerk, this 21 November 1765
Jam Dickson & Edward Allingham

254:140:163034 - 15th Aug 1766 Reg 26/11/1766
Deed
Thos Dickson of B'sh esq unto Jas Dickson, the elder & younger of B'sh, gents
Thos D did take in trust for sd Jas & Jas for himself the lands of Finner, Aughras & Portnasun from late John Folliottt from 1st Nov 1762 for 31 years 3 equal shares ie inserting 2 Jas's names in lease
DW Anthony Burton of B'sh
DWMW Andrew Hume
MW Anthony McIntire, Ballyshannon

254:571:170456 - 2nd Aug, 1748
Lease
Wm Conolly & Mr Thos Dickson of B'sh
1P to 2P; That part of Mullinashee joining s'd Mr Dickson's garden extending to the 1st rising hill --- meared on the north by churchyard & south by road leading to shore line
DW Michael Clarke, City of Dublin
DWMW Henry Major, jun, Ballyshannon
MW Michael Hanly, Ballyshannon

258:386:172602 - 13th Apr, 1768 Reg 25/10/1768
Lease
John Dickson of B'sh, gent & Wm Dickson of B'sh, gent
John to Wm Park called Tallgarive bounded on N by land called the Camp on W by the ----- Park on E by widow Fitzgeralds Park on S by great road to Knader
lives said Wm Dickson, John Allingham & Th Allingham
DW Con Boyle B'shannon, Gent
DWMW Francis Allingham, Ballyshannon, Gent
MW Edward Allingham, Ballyshannon, Merchant

258:386:172609 - 14th Apr, 1768 Reg 25/10/1768
Lease
Wm Dickson, gent & Edward Allingham, merchant
Wm to Ed 1/2 park Tallgarive
lives Wm Dickson, John Allingham & Th Allingham
DW Conolly Dickson, Ballyshannon, gent
DWMW Francis Allingham
MW William Allingham, Ballyshannon

260:129:167987 - 9th Sept 1767
Deed of Partition
Cites 254:140:163034 - 15th Aug 1766
Thomas Dickson B'sh esq Jas Dickson the elder & Jas Dickson the younger
Thos for all lands of Finner & Warren, Aughras & Portnasun from late John Folliott each equal 3rd part share
Jas D jnr, that part of Aughras then held by Owen Cassidy, 67a 2r 37p west half of Mr Gilberts lake? of the lands of Finer 41a 3r 13p & part of Aughras held by Daniel Garvan 14a 34p
Said Thomas Dickson esq share part of Finner held by Ed Allingham & Jas jnr 77a 3r 29p part of Aughras 45 a part of Finner held by Maguires 12a
etc etc
DW Thomas Montgomery, Ballyshannon, Yeoman
DWMW Andrew Dickson, Ballyshannon, Yeoman
MW Thomas Dye, Ballyshannon
Official signs John Dickson & Robt Gamble
List of Occupiers:
Aughras - Owen Cassidy, Mr Gilbert, Daniel Garvan, John McTeer & Hugh McTeer
Sandbank - Gilbert Munday, Peggy Thompson
Finner - Edward Allingham, Sharp & Hepton Ellies, Maguires

268;261;169785 - 5 Mar, 1768 Reg 23/03/1768
Lease
Thos Dickson esq, B'sh & Jas Dickson junior, Ballyshannon
Thos to Jas part of Finner, 77a 3r 29p meared in the south by great road B'sh to Sligo on west by part of Finer held by Jas D, snr & Wm Gilbert & on North by that part of Finer held by sd Jas D & on east by lands of Dunmuckram in Innismacsaint
31 years or lives of Prince of Wales etc
DW Adam Laurence, Ballyshannon, Clerk to Thomas Dickson
DWMW Wm Moulton, Ballyshannon, Servant to Thos Dickson
DWMW Thos Montgomery, Servant to Thos Dickson

304:577:206326 - Oct 1775 Reg 20/11/1775
Lease & release
Th Dickson of B'sh esq & Wm Tighe of B'sh
Th Di for £250 paid by Wm Tighe
Tenement possd by Robert Delap & Parks called Garey Lucas Pk & Carberys Pk = 4 acres which were possessd by Th Barton
DW Andrew Johnston, B'shannon
DWMW Ed Allingham Dublin

306:258:203291 4 Feb 1775
Anthony Coane of Higginstown 1st part
Thomas Dickson, B'sh, Esq 2nd part
Chas Nesbitt of Greenhill 3rd part
AC to TD Ballymunterhiggin ors Higginstown with a provision of redemption
Wit: Daniel Eccles, Eccleville & Andrew Johnson, Yeoman, B'sh

308:591:207866 - 9/10 April 1770 Reg 26/04/1776
Lease & release
Jas Dickson, senr B'sh gent 1P
Robt Allingham Beleek, Ferm Distiller 2P
Jas D to Robt All the Ballyboe of Dunmuckrum in B'sh
DW Jas Dickson, Attorney B'sh
DWMW Edward Allingham, Merchant B'shannon & Robert Barclay, Ballyshannon

316;689;216277 19/20 May 1777 Reg 17/06/1778
Lease & Release
Frances Dickson (Eccles), wife of John Dickson of B’sh 1P
Thomas Dickson of Lodge {Duncarbry Lodge) Co Leitrim only son of John & Frances 1P
By deed of release Frances gives to her son, Thomas, her estate in and of the towns and lands of Shannock with the several subtens which s’d Frances, notwithstanding her coverture was then possessed of.
DW James Dickson, jun, Gent, Ballyshannon
DWMW Andrew Johnston, Yeoman, Ballyshannon

321;547;217688 - 1 Oct 1777 Reg 3/10/1775
Release
Thos Dickson to Jas Dickson, merchant & agent to Thos Dickson
Thomas to James back house - Thos Dyes containing the Brew house, the cellar opp the gateway & neccessary house lately in possn of John Barclay - waste ground from Capt Tighes kitchen
Lives James Dickson, his wife Catherine & Laurence O'Hara, son of William O'Hara of Ballyshannon
DWMW Andrew Johnston & Hugh Moulten, both of Ballyshannon, Farmers
also signed Henry Major & John Dickson, 2 of HM's JPs for Donegal

325:622:223635 – 21st Apr 1759 Reg 17/05/1780
Lease
John Dickson of B’sh, Esq & Richard McClure of Tawly, Co Leitrim, farmer
J to R part of Tawly (described) – yearly rent of £25.
Lives: said Richard McClure & Richard & James McClure, sons to said Richard
DW William Allingham, Ballyshannon, Gent & Richard Ormsley, Sligo, Gent
DWMW Francis Allingham, Schoolmaster, Ballyshannon

405:364:266259 2/06/1788 Reg 5 Jan 1789
Assignment
Archibald Murray, Ballyshannon, Merchant 1P
Thomas Dickson, Lodge, Co Leitrim 2P
1P for 5s to 2P; plot of land at Carrickboy part of Mill Park, near Portnamorrow, Innismacsaint, called Murry's Quay
O adj Rt Hon Thomas Conolly
Premises granted 1P to 2P by lease 2/11/1787 for lives of William Alexander Murrray, Archibald Murray & Richard Murray
DW John Learey Campbell, Master Extraordinary
DWMW James Greenlaw, Ballyshannon, Merchant

535:335:350885 – 23rd July, 1800 Reg21/02/1801
Lease & Release
James Dickson, Ballyshannon, esq 1P & George Dickson, late of Ballyshannon, esq but now of the City of London, only son of said James Dickson 2P
Reciting indenture 24th April, 1792 between Sam’l Parker of Mt Pleasant, Dublin, Architct & James Dickson
SP to JD that messuage, dwelling house or tenement No 75 in Great Britain St (now Parnell St) at corner of Marlborough st (O adj Councellor Grace & Archdeacon Brown
James Dickson to George Dickson for love and 5s
{The two corners of Marlborough st joining Parnell st are now occupied by The Welcome Inn, Bar and Lounge & jointly by a Hair & Beauty Salon and Computer repair shop. Both are single story and don’t look like early 19th century tenements.}
DWMW George Henderson, City of Dublin & Joseph Killen, Ballyshannon, Breeches maker

592:187:401659 – 20 June 1807 Reg 27/06/1807
Release
To Luke White pretty much all of those lands surrounding Tullaghan as.cited in 51:5:32568
George Hill, Brookhill, Liberty of Londonderry, Bart 1P
John Claud Beresford, City of Dublin, Barrister 2P
Luke White, Woodlands, Dublin 3P
Bargin and sale; 1P to 3P for 5s lands in his actual possession - Dowbaly, Towntallen, Edenville, Buckvale, Mullaneleck, 4 islands of Inniskeen, Innisman etc & moiety of salmon fishing of Bundrowes, Co Leitrim
DW William Cosgrave, jun, City of Dublin, Gent
DWMW Henry Cosgrave, City of Dublin, Gent

1836;13;86 ???? Check ref
Rev JL Dickson, surviving executor in will of Thomas Dickson of Woodville, dec’d,
Hester Nash (Cullen/Dickson) mentioned

Indenture - 24th Nov 1849 (Family copy of original)
Between
Wm Dickson of Cavan House, Co Tyrone 1st Pt
Jemima Anna Dickson of Lavey 2nd Pt
Anna Maria Dickson of Lavey 3rd Pt
Jemima Eccles, widow, upper Baggot st, executrix to the will of Anna Rebecca Eccles 4th Pt
Anna Rebecca Eccles, dec'd, made will in Jan 1845 bequeathed
£500 to Jemima Anna Dickson, subject to certain contingencies & she was also the residuary legatee
Jemima Eccles and Wm Dickson, executors
Whereas Anna Rebecca Eccles died 6th Nov 1845
& Whereas By a deed of trust 10th June 1846 between
John Reynolds Dickson 1st Pt
Rev James Lowry Dickson 2nd Pt
Llewellyn & Frances (Dickson) Nash 3rd Pt
William Dickson 4th Pt
Alexander Dickson 5th Pt
Rev Joseph Dickson 6th Pt
James Peebles 7th Pt
Dr Robert Herdman & Belinda (Dickson) 8th Pt
Chas Eccles & Thos John Atkinson
(trustees of the settlement re Robert & Belinda) 9th Pt
Jemima Eccles (widow) & Hester Cullen (widow) 10th Pt
& said Wm Dickson & James Peebles as trustees & on own behalf 11th Pt
Reciting amongst other things several mortgages and bonds collateral executed by John Reynolds Dickson to Wm Dickson
& also reciting that John Reynolds Dickson in order to prevent a sale of his estates under a certain decree agreed with James Johnson Esq for a sale of certain portions of his Leitrim estates for a certain sum therein mentioned said James Johnson required the several charges and incumbrances affecting the entire of said lands should be extinguished the said 11 parties on 8th June 1846 executed a deed exting respective portion
- Remained due to Wm Dickson £6,408 - - -
The said deed now in recital witnessed that John Reynolds Dickson released unto Wm Dickson & James Peebles all that & those
Tully/Thully, Garhally/Garnhally, Cloonelly/Cloonelty/Cloonty, Dungarbery/Dungarby, Woodville, All in Rossclogher Co Leitrim
Creevy, Mossbry, Cloneen/Clouneen, Parks called the Camp, that bog or marshy piece of land called Lignaspadden, that marshy piece of land in the Cashel, all in the Manor of Ballyshannon & 27 acres laid out for 6 parks in Carrigboy in Ballyshannon
to Wm Dickson & James Peebles in trust among others
& whereas said Anna Rebecca Eccles had lent to Wm Dickson £500 & Wm Dickson wants to give £500 to Jemima Dickson appoint Anna Maria Dickson - in trust; gets £500 out of £6,408 15s 8d

PRONI
D1096/65/1 - 1810-1909 Dickson papers

1st Sept 1810
Renewal (from 1781) of lease of Blacklion Inn, Ballyshannon
Thomas Dickson
NB Rev James Lowry Dickson of Duncarbry & John Dickson Eccles: Executors of will of Thomas Dickson
Lives Richard Tighe 12 years, son of William Tighe, Hewetson (8 years) & William (7 years) Reynolds, sons of John Reynolds

14th Sept 1844
Ed M Conolly to Rev James Lowry Dickson & ors
Renewal of Balls place in Ballyshannon & Castle Park, Delaps Park & Grove Park
NB William Conolly to John Dickson, 1st Oct 1736
Rev James Lowry Dickson, Knockbride, Robert Lowry Dickson, Lt Col East India Co Hollybrooke, Llew & Frances Nash, Dublin
Life of Thomas Hackett Lucas, 2nd son of EA Lucas of Lurgan Lodge, Sligo, aged abt 1 year
Richard, Earl of Cluncarty & Sir Thomas Packenham
NB refers to property – Wm Conolly to William Dickson, March, 1724 – Bounded by Patk Conolly’s tenement
JLD, JDE & Richard Tighe are entitled to said lease (execs of Tho Dickson)
Implies that the property of William Dickson went to John & Thomas and that William was the brother of Thomas

August, 1884
High Court, Chancery Division
Estate of Joseph William Dickson, trustee for sale under the will of John Reynolds Dickson, d 3rd August 1876
Land Judge of High Court ordered the sale of part of lands of Carrigboy
There was a map attached of the lands on the south side of the river Erne bordering the salmon weir
NB 1888 Col John William Dickson [son of John R Dickson]

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Donaldson Deeds

172:356:116790 - 17th November, 1740 Reg 19/04/1755
A Memorial or an indenture of lease bearing date the nineteenth day of November on the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and forty made between Randal Donnaldson of Castle Dillon in the County of Armagh Esquire of the one part and Alexander Donnaldson of Philipstown in the County of Louth Farmer of the other part whereby the said Randal Donnaldson for the consideration therein mentioned did demise, grant, set and to farm let unto the said Alexander Donnaldson all that Quarter of Cloghog commonly called McShane's Quarter now in his actual possession with the rights members and appurtenances thereunto belonging situate lying and being in the County of Armagh aforesaid to hold unto the said Alexander Donnaldson his heirs and assigns from the first day of November then instant for and during the natural life and lives of Samuel Donnaldson and Joseph Donnaldson fourth and fifth sons of Alexander Donnaldson the lessee which said indenture is witnessed by John Donnaldson of Castle Dillon aforesaid then a man servant to the said Randal Donnaldson and by Hugh McMaster of Foxfield in the County of Armagh Farmer and this Memorial is witnessed by the said Hugh McMaster and by Edward Tresham clerk to Thomas Verner of the City of Dublin Gents.
Alexander his X Mark Donnaldson (SEAL)
Transcribed by Sharon Oddie Brown

179:111:119061 3/12/1754 Reg 18/11/1755
Lease
Randal Donnaldson, Castledillon, Arm, Esq 1P
William Donalson, Cloghog, Arm 2P
Randal Donaldson demised that part of Cloghog called Quin's 1/4 to William Donaldson (son to Alexander D) for the lives of William and Samuel, son to said William.
NB If Saml dies before he is 12 Randal etc. would insert a life in his stead.
DWMW John Balie, Johnstons Bridge, Arm, Innholder
DW John Donnaldson, Castledillon, servant to s'd Randal
MW Mathew Murphy, C'y Dub, Gent

490:343:314704 3/04/1792 Reg 12/06/1795
Articles of Agreement
Samuel Donaldson, Freeduff 1P
Wm. Donaldson, Freeduff 2P.
Saml demised to Wm part of lands of Cloghog (O Joseph Peery), 5 acres, after expiration of agreement with JP for lives of Samuel & his brother, Joseph
DWMW John Wallace, City of Dublin
DW Alexander Clarke, Tulnavalle, Arm
MW Jane Wallace, wife to John

Ref? 1802
This Indenture made the fourteenth day of October in the year of our Lord One thousand Eight Hundred and two Between Samuel Donaldson of Freeduff Parish of Creggan and County of Armagh Gent: of the one Part and William Donaldson of Freeduff aforesaid Gent: son to the said Samuel Donaldson of the other part: Whereas James Donaldson late of Castledillon in the County of Armagh Deceased by Deed of Lease bearing Date the Twenty sixth Day of Aprile one thousand seven Hundred and fifty nine Demised unto the said Samuel Donaldson all that part of Freeduff then in the Possession of David Gray Alexander Clarke Mathew Mawhood and Hugh Gartly Containing by Estimation Fifty Acres Irish measure with the rights members and appurtenances thereunto belonging Situate lying and being in Freduff aforesaid Barony of Fews and County of Armagh To hold to the said Samuel Donaldson his Heirs Executors Administrators and assigns from the first day of November then last past for and During the natural life and lives of the above named Samuel Donaldson and Samuel Donaldson and Andrew Donaldson sons to William Donaldson then of Clonhoge but now deceased and the longer liver of them and also for and during the term and space of Fifty one years which soever last the longer Yielding and paying therefore and these out unto the said James Donaldson his Heirs and assigns the Clear Yearly Rent or Sum of Twelve pounds nineteen Shillings and four pence Sterling Together with Sixpence on the pound Receivers fees and four fat hens or Two Shillings in Lieu therof difference being thereunto had may more fully and at large appear. And Whereas Alexander Donaldson late of Cloughage aforesaid father to the said Samuel Donaldson was possessed of ninety nine acres and twenty four perches of Cloghage aforesaid By lease from Randle Donaldson Esquire, Whereas by his will Bearing date the Twenty Sixth day of January one thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy give devise and bequeath the whole of his farm in Cloghoge with the appurtenances unto his two sons the said Samuel Donaldson and Joseph Donaldson share and share alike as by said will may appear.
And whereas by Deed of partition bearing date the fourth day of July one thousand and Seven Hundred and Seventy Six the South east part Containing forty nine acres, one rood came unto said Samuel Donaldson, Posession now this Indenture Witnesseth that the said Samuel Donaldson for and in Consideration of the love and affection he bears to his said son William Donaldson the said sum to him on hand paid by the said William Donaldson at or Before the ensealing and Delivery of these presents the Receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged and thereof doth acquit and discharge the said William Donaldson his Heirs Executors administrators and assigns by these presents and by these presents do grant Bargan Sell Assign Transfer and make over unto the said William Donaldson all that part of the said Samuel Donaldsons farm in Freeduff lying on the South East of the road leading from Creggan to Armagh now in said William's Possession Containing Twenty one acres and Twenty six perches Irish Plantation measure Be the same more or less with that part of Dwelling house and offices now in said William's Possession for which the said William Donaldson is to pay to the said Samuel Donaldson Twelve pounds and eight pence Sterling year and yearly During the life of Samuel Donaldson. But after his Decease the whole of said farm of Freeduff is to be occupied and enjoyed by the said William Donaldson his Heirs or Assigns at and under the Chief rent payable for the same and also all that part of Cloughage so bequeathed as aforesaid to the said Samuel Called the Bog Rocks Bradly farm Ballyfanag [?] field and [?] farm now in the possession of George Huges and the said William Donaldson for which the said William Donaldson is to pay to the said Samuel Donaldson Nineteen Pounds twelve Shillings and five pence sterling yearly and every year During the life of the said Samuel Donaldson and its further agreed that the said William Donaldson is to graze a mare and foal on said Bog and rocks yearly and every year During the life of the said Samuel Donaldson but at and after the Decease of the said Samuel Donaldson the said William is to possess and enjoy the said Bradly's farm Bog and rocks Ballyfanaghan field and Dury's farm
At the Chief rent payable for the same and its further agreed that said William Donaldson is to give Sufficient turf bog to all the Tenants Occupying the remainder of the said Samuel Donaldsons freehold in Cloghoge until the end of said demise the Turf to be made on that side of the red Bog Joining the pasture land of the said Bog and rocks and also a free pass to Draw away the said turf in the usual place. Said Tennants [?] keeping all passes into said bog secure from Damages during the time of Drawing Said turf and also lifting all ?ashes which they may have occasion to make otherwise the pass not to be allowed to any of them not performing said Conditions, to Hold to the said William Donaldson his heirs Executors administrators and assigns the said herby granted and Assigned premises with their and each of their appurtenances For and During the lives and the Term of years by the leases of the said several hereby assigned premises Demised and granted yet to Come and unexpired Subject to the payment of this yearly Rent by the several Leases of the said premises Reserved and made payable and performance of the Covenant therin ` mentioned And the Said Samuel Donaldson Doth for himself his heirs Executors administrators and assigns Covenant promise and agree to and with the said William Donaldson his heirs Executors that the said leases of the said hereby assigned premises are good and valid in law and in nowise Impacted or Incumbered and that he now has on himself good light and full power and lawful authority to make and Rxecute this present grant and assignment to the said William Donaldson his heirs Executors and assigns In manner and form aforesaid And also shall and will from time to time and at all times hereafter upon the reasonable request of the said William Donaldson his Heirs Executors administrators and assigns make and execute all such other and further lawful and reasonable acts & deeds assignments assurance in the law whatsoever for the more Effectual assigning and assuring the said premises with the appurtenances unto the said William Donaldson His Executors administrators and assigns as Council learned in the law shall Devise advise or Require I witness thereof the parties afore said have herunto Set their hands and affixed their seals the day and year first herin written ~
Signed Sealed and Delivered
In the presence of
Samuel Donaldson
William Donaldson
Alexander Donaldson
John Moffett
Received from the above names William Donaldson the sum of Ten Shillings Sterling being the Consideration money in the forgoing Deed mentioned as witness my hand this fourteenth Day of October one thousand Eight hundred and two
Samuel Donaldson Gent to William Donaldson Gent
An Assignment of part of Cloughage and Freduff
Yearly Rent £31:13:1
Transcribed by Sharon Oddie Brown

498:95:316034 - 7th Aug 1795
Joseph McConnell of Tullyvallen and Samuel Donaldson of Cloghog
which same deed is witnessed by John Wallace of the City of Dublin - Also witnessed by said John Wallace and Alex Donaldson of Cloghog

500:66:312060 20 August 1794 Reg 13 Feb 1795
Eastwood Brown
James Eastwood of Castletown, Co. Louth Clerk of the one part and Alexander Brown carpenter of the townland of Clogher and William Brown of Kiltybane, farmer and Alexander Donaldson of Cloghog, farmer, all in Co. Armagh of the other part.
Eastwood demised to Alexander & William Brown and Alexander Donaldson all of Kiltybane then in possession of Owen Caragher 19 acres 1 rood 10 perches (and also another part 20 acres 1 rood) by virtue of a lease for 31 years from Nov 1, 1779 19 acres one rood – available after expiration of Owen’s tenure. Wit: Timothy O’Brien & Joseph Donaldson of Clough, Farmer
Transcribed by Sharon Oddie Brown

569:133:381216 --/08/1800 Reg 11/08/1841
Lease
William Donaldson, Tullycallidan, Derrynoose, Arm Farmer 1P
Thomas Donaldson, Tullycallidan, Derrynoose, Arm Farmer, son of 1P, 2P
1P demised to 2P 1/2 farm + Hoses + offices in Tullycallidan which 1P holds from
Robert Maxwell, Fellows Hall
+ 1/2 Lissadian demised to 1P by
Richard Kainmond of Grangemore, Linen Draper
+ Lissadian & Ballyscandle demised to 1P by
Thomas Whaley, C'y Arm, Esq
2P to pay rent of £17 pa
DW John Moss, C'y Arm, Gent
DWMW Edward Kerr, Killilea, Arm Gent
MW Lee McKinistry, sen C'y Arm

565:123,4:376881-4 4th Jan 1796
376881
Rev Dr Hugh Hamilton, Dean of Armagh and Alex Donaldson of Cloghog, Co Armagh.
Land adjoining John Reed esq on the west; by Joseph Donaldson and Pat Carrolls farms on the North; by John Melvins on the East.
For the lives of Alex Donaldson, Joseph Donaldson jnr and John Donaldson, all of Cloghog.
Alex, lessee - Joseph Donaldson jnr and John Donaldson, all of Cloghog, brothers to the lessee.
Implies father is Joseph also.

376882

376883 15th Oct 1779
Law - Joseph Donaldson.

376884 - 1803
Joseph Donaldson of Cloghoge and Alex'er of Tullyvallan
Joseph to Alex
Also Jos jnr and John of Cloghoge mentioned.

643:207:4422610 - 1811
Wm. Donaldson and sister Mary D.
Witnesses by John D. & Andrew D. of Cloghoge, farmers

713:136:487871- 1817
Morrison to Alex Donaldson, farmer, Tullyvallen, for £235 paid in hand by Alexander Donaldson
Witnessed by John Wallace (of Bolton St. in the city of Dublin) & James Jenkins of Altnamakin.

713:137:487872
Brown Donaldson
Cornelius Browne of Tullycollive, [Parish of Muckno], Co. Monaghan, farmer & Alexander Donaldson of Tullyvallen, Co. Armagh of the other part. Cornelius Browne for £190 paid by Alexander Donaldson ¼ part of the lands of Kiltybane conveyed to him by the late Alexander Brown, dec'd equalling 7 acres, 1 rood and 17 ½ perches during life of the said Alexander Donaldson & Joseph Donaldson son of Joseph Donaldson of Sytrim the surviving lives in the original lease.
Wit: John Wallace of Boltan, Dublin City, Gent attorney of law. Said John Wallace and Jane Wallace of Cloghog sworn at Dundalk 24 March 1819

741:519:505054 1819
Wm. Donaldson of Tullyvallen
? Is this the Wm. who appears in the 1824 census of ?1st Newtownhamilton?

764:566:518901 - 1821 - Cloghoge
John Donaldson of Creggan, Co Armagh gives land (?for six years) in lieu of debts due grantees by John D. and Wm. Donaldson, dec'd.
Witnessed by John Wallace of Bolton st. and Jane Wallace, 2nd Dau of said John.

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Eccles Deeds

There are an extensive collection of deeds relating to the Eccles estate in PRONI, eg D526/1/1-423, D674, D1048, T962, T1612 which can be accessed by searching ‘Eccles’ in the e-catalogue

PRONI D526/1/1: 30 May 1671
Release of 2000 acre Consideration: £1410. Arthur and Dorothy Meredith, Dublin to Gilbert Eccles, Shannock, Co. Fermanagh. Manor of Fintona, Co. Tyrone
Agreement on the morrow of the Ascension of the Lord in the 23rd year of the reign of Charles II between Gilbert of Shannock & Arthur & Dorothea Meredith orse Bingly his wife – dau and sole heiress of Eliz Leigh orse ---- of the Manor of Fentonagh
100 messuages, 120 cottages, 120 gardens and orchards, 1,000 acres of land, 200 acres of meadow, 1.300 acres pasture, 100 acres wood, 200 acres Ffurze & Heath, 200 acres moor for £1,400
Follows a list of townlands - those that I can identify are in the parish of Donacavey

Exchequer Bill - PRO Dublin, 20th Jan, 1703
Extracted by HB Swanzy? and found via JSTOR search (possibly in Clogher Record]
Gilbert [Charles, Fintona; Joseph, Rathmoran; Daniel, Shannock]
Daniel m. Sarah dau of Wm Moore of Tullyvin, Co Cavan
Children; Gilbert, William, Chichester & daus Mary m Adam Nixon of Drumcrew, Co Fermanagh; Sarah m Michael Law? Colesh, Ferm; Hester; Jane; Anne

7:119:1890 28 Feb 1710 Reg same day
Indenture Tripartite
Boyle Kenselagh of Belturbet & Easter his wife 1P
Alex Nesbitt, Dublin, gent 2P
Gilbert Eccles, Shennock 3P
1P did perfect bill in Chancery side of HM Court of Exchequer against Gilbert & Joseph Eccles Esq for recovery of a Portion due to 1P
Easter, sister of Gilbert & charged by a settlement made by Gilbert, grandfather & Daniel, father to s'd Daniel Eccles on the several lands then settled on s'd Daniel & which since his death came to s'd Gilbert & where s'd Gilbert is alleged to have sold part to s'd Joseph
S'd Gilbert & Joseph, defendants

PRONI T962/(3-4)
Copies memorials of mortgages, G. Eccles to A. Nesbitt, manors of Shannock and Mount Sedborough, Co. Fermanagh, June, 1710
Same to R. Moorehead, of Lisarune, Co. Fermanagh, Dec. 1710.

6:440:2511 10/10/1711 Reg 28/11/1711
Instrument under hand
Gilbert Eccles, Shannock, Co Fermanagh 1P
William Eccles, Gortnadarragh, Co Fermanagh 2P
If 2P shall pay to Adam Nixon of Dromcree, Co Fermanagh, £125 & deliver bondds to 1P
then 2P discharged from rent on lands of Gortendarragh
DW Charles Eccles, Fentonagh, Co Tyrone, Esq
DW Joseph Eccles, Shannock, Co Fermanagh
DWMW John Cobham, City of Dublin, Gent

9:6:2930 10/10/1711 Reg 21/05/1712
Fee farm lease
Gilbert Eccles, Shannock, Co Fermanagh 1P
William Eccles, Gortnadarragh, Co Fermanagh 2P
1P to 2P,lands of Gortnedarragh in Barony of Clonkelly, Co Fermanagh at £20 p. a.
William shall grind his corn at the mills of Shannock
DW Walter Dawson, Ardmagh
DW Edward Soden, City of Dublin, Gent
DWMW Luke Stanford, Belturbet, Co Cavan, Gent
MW Nicholas Hansard

13:216:5626 9/10/09/1713 Reg 16/11/1714
Lease & Release
Gilbert Eccles, Shannock, Co Fermanagh 1P
William Eccles, Gortnadarragh, Co Fermanagh 2P
???? 1P, 5s and of rents of townlands of Gortendarragh, Malrereagh, Mulnabane & Tatenetonegan, Clonkelly, Co Fermanagh in his actual possession
DW Hugh Willoughbie, Carroe, Co Fermanagh
DW James Cavie, Clownish, Co Monaghan
DWMW James Hamilton, City of Dublin, Gent

PRONI: 2825/A/1: [1713]
Memoranda by one Trotter about an election in some unspecified constituency. William Conolly is to get the following Co. Donegal people to attend the election: Mr Folliott, Mr Gilbert Eccles, Mr Cotnam, Dr Maddin and Mr Saunders. He is to ask Charles Eccles to do the same, and is to speak to Robert Spence and get him to send Alexander and James Hogg to the election. Conolly is also to find out from '... Mr Saunders whether tenants for the lessor's life have votes, and whether a verbal grant without writing can make a freehold, the grantee being in possession; ([also] that he [Saunders] may be here at the election to resolve doubts of this kind in Sir John's behalf. ...' [In the photocopy, the endorsement mentioning Trotter has been accidentally omitted].
(This is a curiosity in that it suggests a connection between Eccles, Conolly (& Dickson) before the marriage of John Dickson & Frances Eccles. What connection did the Eccles family have with Donegal?
I suspect the mention of Gilbert Eccles & Dr Maddin suggests that the constituency includes the parish of Clones.

13:139:5419 4th March 1713
Arthur Knox, Mayo to Thomas Knox, Dungannon
Witnessed by Joseph Eccles of Shannock

13:139:5419 1714 Joseph Eccles Gortredarragh

27;45;15085 14/15/02/1713 Reg 29/02/1719
Lease & Release
Joseph Eccles of Rathmoran, Co Fermanagh 1P & Daniel Eccles of Fintonagh, Co Tyrone 2P
Joseph gives to Daniel Manor of Rathmoran, cancelled if Joseph pays Daniel £1,830
DWMW David Wilson & Alexander McClintock, City of Dublin

PRONI: D526/1/2: 7 May 1713
Fee Farm Grant of tenement, garden, etc Rent: £4 p.a. (1st four years) and then £4.10s. p.a. Charles and Daniel Eccles, Fintona, Co. Tyrone to John Creery, Fintona, Co. Tyrone, Fintona, Liskey, Co. Tyrone

PRONI: T2929/2/37: 19 July 1718
Copy Cairnes, London, to Charles Campbell, Dublin, referring to Lady Mountcashel's affair. '... as to my Lady Mountcashel, if she do not seek after you, I think it is my interest that you do not seek after her; for, as my consent to take 6% depended on certain conditions which she has not performed, my principal money must go on at 8%, which is more my advantage than 6%, even when all the interest is turned into principal. … I have read over more than once the account you give of what passed between you and I and Mr. Mahon. I cannot think you have omitted one argument that was proper to be urged on that occasion. That was all you could do. But to convince him or to make him own it, was not in your power, especially as to the value of the estate, wherein his greatest mistake lies and in which you know I am a better judge than he. I would think it very happy to have £800 paid me for that estate and to be reimbursed the money that has been laid out on improvements since the first granting of the lease. For, you must know that a part of the estate which my brother purchased did never belong to the Blayney family, but to one Eccles, and lies in the barony of Trough and is part of the estate purchased from Echlin. Now, though I think that Mr. Mahon hath no right to, nor could make any profit of, that bargain, yet the end that you and Mr. Conolly has made I do entirely approve of, for it is purchasing peace and saving the expense and trouble of law. ... I do not apprehend that there is any lease but one, which was in September 1683 from Ad. Loftus to Henry Lord Blayney, of only a moiety of the estate of Monaghan for 999 years at £400 per annum. This being but for a moiety of the estate makes Mr. Mahon's pretended claim much less valuable. Lord Wharton and his lady made no saving for this lease in their deeds of sale to Echlin; is not the present Lord Wharton therefore liable to the damages occasioned by the said lease?'
What is that all about???

PRONI – D526/1/3 – 5th Sept 1718
Lease for a year; rent peppercorn
Chas Eccles Fintona to
Robt Lowry Aghenis, Joseph Eccles Rathmoran, Samuel Perry, Mullaghmore, Co Tyrone & Alex McClintock, Dublin
Manor of Fintona

23:62:12607 – 1718
Charles & Daniel Eccles to Robert Lowry of Aghenis
Chas Eccles of Fintonagh, Tyrone
Robt Lowry of Aghenis, Tyrone, Joseph Eccles of Rathmoran, Fermanagh Samuel Perry, Mullaghmore, Tyrone, Alex McClintock, Dublin 2nd parties
Release tripartite between Chas Eccles & Danl Eccles, son & heir apparent, 1st parties, & 2nd parties and J Law, Omagh, 3rd party
1st to 2nd of Manor of Fintonagh (All Lands mentioned)

*** Above two deeds are the same

PRONI – D526/1/4 – 1st Nov 1718
Fine
Robt Lowry, Joseph Eccles, Samuel Perry & Alexander McClintock, Complts
Charles Eccles & Daniel Eccles, Deforc
Manor of Fintona, Co Tyrone

*** This looks a bit like the timing & personnel re marriage of Daniel Eccles & Mary Lowry

PRONI – D526/1/5 – 15th Feb 1719
[Reg of Deeds 27:45:15085]
Mortgage deed, Consideration £1,830
Joseph Eccles, Rathmoran to Daniel Eccles, Fintona
Rathmoran etc

**** Will of Joseph Eccles, Rathmoran, Co Fermanagh, 23 May 1723;
only brother of Charles Eccles – Fintonagh
This where the Shannock estate passed to the Fintona branch

PRONI D4132/D/2/2 14th Aug 1723
Counterpart settlement made by Charles Eccles of the manor of Rathmoran, barony of Clonkelly and in respect of other lands in Co Fermanagh

38:273:24205 12/13/08/1723 Reg 17/09/1723
Lease & Release
Daniel Eccles gives to Robert Lowry of Aghenis the Manor of Rathmoran in the Barony of Clonkelly – redemption on payment of £1,300 on 1st Nov next with interest of 6%
DW Charles Eccles, Fintona
DW Robert Lowry, jun, Aghenis, Co Tyrone
DWMW Alexander McClintock, City of Dublin
MW Shallcross Ash, City of Dublin, Gent

39:95:24234 13/14/08/1723 Reg 20/09/1723
Lease & Release
Charles Eccles, 1st part
Mervyn Archdell, Castlearchdell & Robert Lowry, jnr, Aghenis, 2nd part
Daniel Eccles, son & heir to Charles, 3rd part
Alex McClintock, City of Dublin & Edward Archdell, Castlearchdell, 4th part
1P Gives Rathmoran to Robert Lowry & Mervyn Archdell & some land in Mount Sedborough & 2 Tates of Lamy & Lurganboy & Lisnamallagh in Manor of Highgate
Land to Mervyn Archdale & Robert Lowry to raise £3,000 to pay debts of Daniel Eccles and surplus to his younger children
This deed associated with & cited in 1756 deed (185;247;122897) where all the younger children of Daniel & Mary Lowry are cited.
DWMW Robert Lowry, sen, Aghenis, Co Tyrone
DW Galbraith Lowry of Aghenis
DWMW John O'Neile, Cadin, Co Tyrone
(see marriage settlement of Robert Lowry and Ann Boggs in 1853)

PRONI; T962/14 – 7th Feb 1726
William Eccles of Shannock & Daniel Eccles
Gilbert Eccles mortgaged Shannock to Alex Nesbitt
Gilbert dec’d 13th Mar 1718 & didn’t redeem the mortgage
Heir elder brother, William
William agreed with Daniel for £6,000 to pass over Shannock
Loads of names incl Marmaduke Coghill, Alex McClintock, Alex Nesbitt & Anthony Dopping

51 343;33938 7th Feb 1726
Alex McClintock, Dublin & William Eccles Shannock
Release tripartite
AMcC, Wm E & Daniel Eccles of Fintona
Recites mortgage of Gilbert Eccles late of Shannock to Alexander Nesbitt of the lands of Shannock (list of lands) & Mt Sedborough for securing sum of £300
Recites another mortgage to Andrew King for securing sum of £2,303
Gilbert died without paying
Gilbert, eldest bro and heir gives Daniel right title & equity of redemption except Gortendarragh & others
[same as the PRONI deed]

65;535;46845 16/17 Apr 1731
Lease & release
Henry Mervyn of Trellick & Audley Mervyn of Naul, 1st
Danl Eccles of Fintonagh & Alex McClintock 2nd
Loads of Mervyns, 1st part, Dan’l & Alex, 2nd, Galbraith Lowry, 3rd part
1st to 2nd Edenderry & other lands in the Barony of Omagh

68;22;46846 16/17 Apr 1731
Henry Mervyn of Trellick & Audley Mervyn of Naul, 1st
Galbraith Lowry of Aghenis, 2nd part
Release tripartite
Loads Mervyns, 1st part, Galbraith Lowry 2nd part & Danl Eccles of Fintonagh & Alex McClintock 3rn part
1st to 2nd Campson, , U & L Cravenagh etc in Barony of Omagh

84;74;58104 Deed 22 December, 1726; Reg 1st Apr 1736
Alex Nesbitt 1st
Wm Eccles, Shannock & Danl Eccles, Fintona, 2nd
Alex McClintock, 3rd
Robt Lowry, jnr, 4th
Nesbit to McClintock, Manor of Shannock

PRONI D4132/D/2/4 20th Jan 1743
Deed from Daniel Eccles to the Rev James Lowry for making a tenant to the precipe of the lands of Rathmoran

D4132/D/2/5 10th Feb 1743
Deed of settlement made by Daniel Eccles and Charles Eccles, and involving John McClintock of Trintagh, Co Donegal and Alexander McClintock of Dublin of Rathmoran (alias Ardmagh) barony of Clankelly Co Fermanagh

[In his will, Daniel confirmed Deed of Settlement dated 10th Feb 1743 giving Rathmoran and Mount Sedborough to his 2nd son Robert.]

140;387;95477 17 Feb 1743, reg 1750
Daniel Eccles 1st
Robert Lowry of Melbury, Galbraith Lowry of Aghenis & Jas Lowry of Cooly, Tyr, 2nd
Daniel for consideration gives Manor of Shannock to 2nd parties to hold forever upon the trusts subject to provisions and limitations
Wit: Henry Mervyn, Trelick & Remond Kane, Dublin
All that and those the manor of Shannock containing the following lands
*** [I have cross checked with modern townlands in the parish of Clones and many can be identified]
Annaghard, Annaghkeel, Annaghghilly N & S, Cromaghy, Dresternan, Killylifferdo, Kilroosky, Mullycavan, Shannock, Tattymorris, Tonitybog; Also town & lands of Cornamucklagh being part of the Manor of Mount Sedborough

PRONI T962/16 17th Feb 1743
Daniel Eccles, Fintonagh to Robert Lowry Melberry Galbraith Lowry Aghenis & James Lowry Cooly all Co Tyrone
Copy Deed of settlement on Daniel his wife and young children
Manor of Shannock Co Fermanagh
Daniel hath by Mary Eccles, sister of above, 5 sons and 6 daughters.
Daniel hath provided for his two eldest sons, Charles and Robert, and for his two eldest daughters, Frances and Anne and is willing in like manner to provide for his younger children Daniel, Mervyn & James Lowry & Mary, Isabella, Elizabeth & Margaret.
Lowry’s give Daniel £100 and in return he gives them the Manor of Shannock containing the following lands;
Shannock, Eighter Castle, Killerneshy, Shankillencashe, Tatrimacmorris, Cavanghlackan, Anaghard, Annaghilly, the Green, Lacky, Anahony, Tandavage, Craomaghy, Cavan, Mullycavad, Liscoone, Cromydow, Drasdernan, Cortcosine, Drumbrohy & Killeferdue & Cornamucklagh – part of Mount Sedborough
Daniel gets yearly rents etc
He and wife Mary can make arrangements via deeds or wills
Sums to said children can be decided – not to exceed £3,000
In effect Daniel and after his death, Mary control shares to children
In event of failure to create such an instrument then to all daughters & 3 younger sons – share and share alike.
Notes added in margin, presumably by a lawyer at a later date
Noted that Daniel had provided for 2 eldest sons and 2 eldest daughters & his being willing to provide for his other children in like manner
Grant to trustees of Manor of Shannock
In trust for use of Daniel for life as to rents of such part of said manor as shall remain after sale or mortgage, Not to exceed £3,000 for each
Power to trustees in lifetime of Daniel by sale or mortgage
Rents among children as they or survivor should by deed or will appoint
In failure of such appointment to the use of their daughters then living and their younger sons
It appears that no such appointment was made and that Frances and Anna subsequently received shares.

116:526:81879n24/07/1745 Reg 2/08/1745
Deed of Release
Charles Eccles, Fintona, Co Tyrone, Esq 1P
Daniel Eccles, Fintona, Co Tyrone, Esq 2P
1P for considerations in said deed assigns to 2P towns & lands of Anagheel & Cornamuclagh in parish of Clones, Co Fermanagh
DW Richard Hall, City of Dublin
DWMW Redmond Kane, City of Dublin

165:87:110261 1/04/1752 Reg 8/11/1753
Rent Charge
William Stewart Bailyburrow Castle, Cav, Esq 1P
Charles Eccles, Ecclesville, Tyr, Esq 2P
1P for £160 by 2P, annuity of £20 from lands of Lisnalsky & Croaghnamola, Cav (230 acres)
during their joint natural lives
DWMW William Magrath, City of Dublin, Gent
MW Stephen Rue, City of Dublin, Gent

167:246:112284 2/04/1754 Reg 2/04/1754
Mortgage
Mary Lowry Fintona, Co Tyrone, Widow 1P
Margaret Smith, City of Dublin, Spinster 2P
1P to 2P in consideration of £500 lot of ground + buildings on Frederick Street, Dublin
Mr Preston Oadj
Lot demised by William Wild to John Wilson
With clauses of redemption
DW Bernard Kane, City of Dublin
DWMW Robert Stafford, Public Notary, City of Dublin

181:601:122122 6/7/09/1755 Reg 11/09/1756 Lease & Release
Mervyn Eccles of Rathmoran in Fermanagh 1P
Robert Eccles of Belturbet, Cavan 2P
DWMW John Knipe, Belturbet & Francis Robertson, Belturbet
1P to 2P for £438 townland of Killrurvry, 380a, in Manor of Shannock

183:590:124413 10/10/1757 Reg 11/05/1757
Indented Deed
Mervyn Eccles, Rathmoran, Co Fermanagh, Gent 1P
Charles Eccles, Fintona, Co Tyrone, his brother, 2P
1P to 2P for several considerations, his claims under the deeds of Shannock & Rathmoran, & put said Charles in possession thereof by delivering one horse at time of sealing of said deed
DW John Eccles, Gent City of Dublin
DWMW James Charles Furey, Writing Clerk, City of Dublin
MW Henry Chritchly, City of Dublin

185:247:122897 8/09/1756 Reg 3/12/1756
Deed / Marriage Settlement
Mervyn Eccles, Younger son of Daniel Eccles, late of Fintona, Esq & Mary Eccles ors Lowry, his wife, both dec’d
James Lowry Eccles, Younger son
Mary Eccles, Spinster, younger daughter
Rev Frances Lucas, Clones, Co Monaghan
Isabella Lucas ors Eccles, his wife, younger daughter
Elizabeth & Margaret Eccles, Spinsters, younger daughters
John Dickson, Ballyshannon, Co Donegal
Frances Dickson ors Eccles, eldest daughter
All above 1P
Anna Eccles, spinster, daughter of DE & ME 2P
Nicholas Coyne, Lack, Co Westmeath 3P
In consideration of marriage of 2P to 3P 1P with consent of 3P discharge 3P as to rents etc Mary, the mother did receive from Manor of Shannock & other lands in Co Fermanagh
Recites L & R dated 13/14/08/1723
Release of 4 parts
Charles Eccles, dec’d, father of Daniel Eccles 1P
Mervyn Archdall & Robert Lowry 2P
Said Daniel Eccles 3P
Edward Archdall & Alexer McClintock 4P
Manor of Rathmoran, Co Fermanagh & other lands to 4P for 300 years upon trust to raise £3,000 to pay debts of Daniel Eccles with residue to younger children in such manner as he by will directs
By his will to younger children unprovided for in such shares as his wife should direct
In consideration of marriage of 2P to 3P, 1P’s to 2P; residue of this £3,000
DW Peter Delamar, City of Dublin Esq
DWMW Michael Shaill then servant to Nicholas Coyne
MW Henry Benson, Clerk to Robert Wallis, City of Dublin, Public Notary

216:127:142053 8/03/1762 Reg 19/03/1762
Indented Deed
John Smyth, Esq, Cornet of HM 14th Reg of Dragoons 1P
Margaret Smyth ors Eccles 1P, one of the daughters of
Daniel Eccles, late of Fintona
Alexander McClintock, City of Dublin, Esq 2P
Robert Lowry, Melbury, Co Tyrone, 3P
Galbraith Lowry, Aghenis, Co Tyrone 3P
1P for consideratons to 2P in trust for 3P, £300, being part of sum of £2,33 6s 8p, marriage portion of said Margaret Smyth charged by deeds of L & R dated 16.17/03/1743 on Manor of Shannock
DW Peter Dogherty, City of Dublin
DWMW John McClintock, City of Dublin
MW Robert Lyons, servant to Robert Lowry

221:436:148486 1/03/1760 Reg 24/11/1760
Release (Marriage Settlement)
James Lowry Eccles, Fintona, Gent 1P
Mary Eccles ors Perry, his wife 1P one of daughters of
John Perry, Perrymount, Co Tyrone 2P
Robert Lowry, Melbury, Co Tyrone, 3P
Galbraith Lowry, Aghenis, Co Tyrone 3P
James Lowry, Tullyhoge, Tyrone, Clerke 4P
Charles Moore, Co Tyrone 4P
Recites James & Mary married
& that James was seized in fee of lands of Shannock, Shannock Green, Lisrask & Lackey in Co Fermanagh
& also possessed of the 4 towns of Rafragan, Drumohisker & Mullanboy, Co Tyrone by lease from Rt Hon Lord Howth
James to 3P, said lands for uses in deed
DW Michael Lyons
DW James Anderson, servant to Robert Lowry
DWMW henry West, Fintona, merchant
MW James Hamilton, Strabane, Co Tyrone

316;392;213477
Daniel Eccles to Dickson (1777-85)

360:391:243812 1/02/1783 Reg 23/11/1784
Indenture
Anna Coyne ors Eccles, Creevy, Co Donegal, Widow 1P
Thomas Dickson, Lodge, Co Leitrim 2P
1P to 2P for £200; House in Frederick Street, Dublin willed by Mary Eccles ors Lowry, mother of AC
DWMW James Dickson, merchant, Ballyshannon
DW James Martin, yeoman, Ballyshannon
DW Edward King, City of Dublin
DWMW William Ireland, City of Dublin
MW William Thompson, Smock Alley, Dublin, Clerk to Wm Ireland

PRONI Reference : D674/186: Dates : 11 October 1823
Description : John D. Eccles & Mr & Mrs Chas. Lucas. Copy award by Edward Richardson & Wm. Dickson, Esq. Ecclesville

A sample of leases from the Ecclesville Estate

PRONI: D526/1/6: 23 Oct 1741
Lease for three lives or 26 years from 1 May 1741. Rent: £3. 5s. p.a. Daniel and Charles Eccles, Castletown, to Henry Lindsay, Fintona, both of Co. Tyrone near Fintona, Co. Tyrone

PRONI: D526/1/7: 5 June 1742
Agreement for lease of tenement and parcel of land for three lives or 31 years from 1 July 1742. Rent: £5 plus 6s.6d. per acre of arable or green pasture, p.a. Daniel and Charles Eccles, Castletown, to Eccles Buchanan, Fintona, both in Co. Tyrone for Fintona, Reacreen, Co. Tyrone.

PRONI: D526/1/8: 29 May 1746
Lease for three lives or 31 years from 1 Nov., 1745. Rent: £9 p.a. (1st seven years) £10 p.a. (thereafter). Daniel Eccles, Castleleigh, to William McClurg, Draghton both in Co. Tyrone for Draghton, Co. Tyrone.

PRONI: D526/1/9: 27 October 1747
Lease for three lives or 23 years from 1 May, 1746. Rent: £16.10s. p.a. Daniel Eccles, Fintona, Co. Tyrone to James Wilson and John Beatty, Tonaghmore, Co. Tyrone for Tonaghmore, Co. Tyrone.

PRONI: D526/1/10: 3 November 1747
Agreement for Lease of land and of tuck-mill for two lives or 31 year from 1 May 1748. Rent: £8. 10s. p.a. Daniel Eccles, Fintona, Co. Tyrone to Francis McKeown, ? Sionfin, Co. Tyrone for Sionfin, Co. Tyrone

PRONI: D526/1/11: 29 July 1751
Lease of tenement for two lives (with covenant for renewal) from 1 May 1751. Rent: £1 p.a. plus fees. Charles Eccles, Ecclesville, Co. Tyrone to John Darragh, Fintona, Co. Tyrone for Fintona, Co. Tyrone.

PRONI: D52/1/12: 1 November 1751
Lease of tenement for three lives (with covenant for renewal) from 1 Nov., 1751. Rent: £-: 11s. 4.5d. p.a. plus fees. Charles Eccles, Ecclesville, Co. Tyrone to William King, Cumber, Co. Tyrone, Bridge St., Fintona.

PRONI: D526/1/13: 1 November 1751
Lease of tenement for three lives (with covenant for renewal) from 1 Nov., 1751. Rent: £-: 11s. 4.5d. p.a. Charles Eccles, Ecclesville, Co. Tyrone to Stephen Price, Garlingstown, Co. Monaghan for Fintona, Co. Tyrone

PRONI: D526/1/14: 1 November 1751
Lease of tenement for three lives (with covenant for renewal) from 1 Nov., 1751. Rent: £-: 11s. 4.5d. p.a. Charles Eccles, Ecclesville, Co. Tyrone to Henry Worthington, Fintona, Co. Tyrone for Fintona, Co. Tyrone.

PRONI: D526/1/15: 22 February 1752
Lease of tenement for three lives (with covenant for renewal) from 1 Nov., 1751. Rent: £-: 22s. 4.5d. p.a. plus fees. Charles Eccles, Ecclesville, Co. Tyrone to Beavor Buchanan, Fintona, Co. Tyrone for Fintona, Co. Tyrone.

PRONI: D526/1/16: 22 February 1752
Lease of tenement for three lives (with covenant for renewal) from 1 Nov., 1752. Rent: £1 p.a. plus fees. Charles Eccles, Ecclesville, Co. Tyrone to Eccles Buchanan, Fintona, Co. Tyrone

PRONI: D526/1/17: 22 February 1752
Lease of tenement for three lives (with covenant for renewal) from 1 Nov., 1751. Rent: £2 p.a. plus fees. Charles Eccles, Ecclesville, Co. Tyrone to Thomas Buchanan, Fintona, Co. Tyrone for Fintona, Co. Tyrone

PRONI: D526/1/18: 22 February 1752
Lease of tenement for three lives (with covenant for renewal) from 1 Nov., 1751. Rent: £-: 15s. p.a. plus fees. Charles Eccles, Ecclesville, Co. Tyrone to John Worthington, Fintona, Co. Tyrone for Fintona, Co. Tyrone.

PRONI: D526/1/19: 22 February 1752
Lease of tenement for three lives (with covenant for renewal) from 1 Nov., 1751. Rent: £-: 11s. 4.5d. p.a. plus fees. Charles Eccles, Ecclesville, Co. Tyrone to John Worthington, Fintona, Co. Tyrone for Fintona, Co. Tyrone.

[Deeds continue through Charles to Daniel to Charles to John Dickson Eccles & Charles Eccles up to 1841]

Daniel & Chas Eccles 1770-1810 Rents etc – just a sample

278:301:178402 7/02/1769 Reg 21/11/1789
Lease
Daniel Eccles, Ecclesville, Co Tyrone 1P
Andrew Buchanan, Lieutenant of HM Reg of Artillery 2P
David Fleming, Edward O'Kelly & Henry McBryan Form O
Lives Said Andrew, John Buchanan, elder brother & Alice Buchanan, younger sister
1P to 2P for £47.15s.6p farm called Killilish in AB's possession
DW William Ireland, Gent, City of Dublin
DWMW Edward King, Gent, City of Dublin
MW William Thompson, Smock Alley, Dublin, Clerk to William Ireland

273:566:180574 25/02/1770 Reg 19/04/1770
Lease
Daniel Eccles, Ecclesville, Co Tyrone 1P
William King, Fintona, Co Tyrone, Merchant 2P
1P to 2P for rent in lease, tenement in Fintona
O adj William Jeffrey
O adj James West
DW William Moorhead, Fintona, Gent
DWMW Henry West, Fintona, Gent
MW James Hain, City of Dublin

274:470:180595 12/02/1770 Reg 21/04/1770
Lease
Daniel Eccles, Fintona, Co Tyrone, Esq 1P
Thomas Hooey, Omagh, Co Tyrone 2P
1P to 2P for rent in deed, tenement in his possession in Fintona
O adj John Armstrong & William Jeffry
DW William Moorehead, Fintona
DWMW Henry West, Fintona
MW James Haire

305:101:200947 21/02/1770 Reg 17/06/1774
Lease
Daniel Eccles, Fintona, Co Tyrone, Esq 1P
Thomas Buchanan, Fintona, Donaghcavey 2P
1P to 2P Irish bond Park for 15 years
DW William Babington, Fintona, Gent
DWMW Henry West, Fintona
MW George Buchanan, Strabane, Attorney

303:560:2022283 13/08/1774 Reg 15/11/1774
Deed Poll
Daniel Eccles, Ecclesville, Fintona 1P
Rev Philip Skelton 2P
Alexander Hamilton, Church Warden, Donacavey 2P
James King, Church Warden, Donacavey 2P
1P to 2P, £100 from the townlands of Aghafad to give £6 p. a. for the poor of Donacavey
DW Rev Alexander Auchinleck, Fintona
DW James West, Fintona
DWMW Charles McCallan, Fintona

314:261:213319 5/10/1740 Reg 17/10/1777
Agreement for Demise
Daniel Eccles 1P
James Coulter of Keerenbeg, Co Fermanagh 2P
1P hath set unto 2P (Thillturchbegin for 31 years or three lives (David Coulter, Robert Betty & Charles Armstrong)
DWMW John Foster, Rathmoran, Co Fermanagh
DW Samuel Coulter, Tulybecease, Co Fermanagh
MW James Haire, Castle Belfour, Gent

316:294:212067 24/02/1770 Reg 21/05/1777
Lease
Daniel Eccles, Ecclesville, Fintona 1P
William Heuston, Fintona 2P
1P to 2P Part Feenan in his possession rent £9.5.10 1/2
Lives: William Heuston, Christopher & Heuston, his sons
MWDW Henry West, Fintona
DW John Houston, Feenan
MW Thomas Cole, Fintona

316:295:212068 24/02/1770 Reg 21/05/1777
Lease
Daniel Eccles, Ecclesville, Fintona 1P
William & Edward Jeffrey, Feenan, Co Tyrone 2P
1P to 2P 1/4 of Feenan they now hold Rent £9.5.10 1/2
Lives: Said Edward Jeffrey & William Jeffrey, his son, a child & William Sheerer, son to James Sherer of Parish of Cessy, Tyrone
MWDW Henry West, Fintona
DW John Houston, Feenan
MW Thomas Cole, Fintona

319:214:212067 16/01/1776 Reg 21/05/1777
Lease
Daniel Eccles, Ecclesville, Fintona 1P
Christopher Jeffreys, Feenan, Co Tyrone 2P
1P to 2P tenement & garden in Fintona
O adj Thomas Hoey (on East)
O adj William King (on West)
Bounded on North by Castletown & on South by street of Fintona
Lives: Said Christopher Jefferys, William Jefferys, his only son & William Carson, eldest son to John Carson of leslee, Parish of Clogher
DW John Houston
DWMW Thomas Cole
MW William Houston, Feenan

319:418:215266 26/06/1777 Reg 16/03/1778
Indented Deed
James Lowry, Tullyhog, Clerke, 1P
Daniel Eccles, Fintona, Esq 2P
Rev John Lowry, Rector of Clogherny 3P
Rev James Lowry, younger, Tullyhog 4p
Recites 1P to 2P lands of Upper Tatemoyle, Longlass etc & the several towns of Strabane Lurganbuy - subdivision of lands of Corriseske in trust for purposes in deed mentioned
DW Alexander Colhurst?, Omagh, Esq
DWMW Richardson Williams, City of Dublin, Gent

319:419:215267 3/07/1777 Reg 16/03/1778
Release
Rev Jas Lowry Tullyhog, 1st
Rev Jno Lowry Rector of Clogherny & Susanna Lowry ors Underwood, 2nd
Robert Lowry of Pomeroy & Robert Linsay of Loughry 3rd
Rev Geo Underwood, Oxford & Jane, his wife, 4th
Dan’l Eccles, James Moore Hamilton, Desertcreaght, 5th
Thos Dickson, B’sh & Rev Jas Lowry, younger, Tullyhog
1P to 2P, Ahhadallow, Lisgarrys, Aghnamoiles, Tattykeele, Betory, & Tamlagh, rent payed to JL, elder
Jl to RL & RL in trust for purposes in said deed
Except that part of Corglass in Manor of Finona O by Arthur McCarry, Edward Monaghan, Cullow McCarny, John McCArny, Roger Monaghan, Hugh McCarny & Patrick Roe Monaghan the then tenants
DW Alexander Colhurst ?, Omagh
DWMW Richardson Williams, City of Dublin, Gent
DW Francis Sutton wervant to Rev James Lowry, elder of Tullyhagan, Co Tyrone

341:397:229007 4/05/1781 Reg 22/08/1781
Lease
Daniel Eccles, Rathmoran, Co Fermanagh, Esq 1P
Richard Cross, Clones, Co Monaghan, Gent, agent of said Daniel 2P
1P to 2P, tate of Rasallagh, Co Fermanagh
O William Blakely
DWMW David Coulter, Kerranbegg, Co Fermanagh, Gent
DWMW Christopher Irwine, Johnstown, Co Fermanagh, Dr of Physic

341:397:229008 4/05/1781 Reg 22/08/1781
Release
Daniel Eccles, Rathmoran, Co Fermanagh, Esq 1P
Richard Cross, Clones, Co Monaghan, Gent, agent of said Daniel 2P
1P to 2P Coranagh, Co Fermanagh
DWMW David Coulter, Kerranbegg, Co Fermanagh, Gent
DWMW Christopher Irwine, Johnstown, Co Fermanagh, Dr of Physic

341:397:229009 4/05/1781 Reg 22/08/1781
Lease
Daniel Eccles, Rathmoran, Co Fermanagh, Esq 1P
Richard Cross, Clones, Co Monaghan, Gent, agent of said Daniel 2P
1P to 2P Tatnageeragh, Co Fermanagh for rent of £20 10s
DWMW David Coulter, Kerranbegg, Co Fermanagh, Gent
DWMW Christopher Irwine, Johnstown, Co Fermanagh, Dr of Physic

341:399:299010 10/08/1781 Reg 22/08/1781
Lease
Daniel Eccles, Rathmoran, Co Fermanagh, Esq 1P
David Coulter, Keeranbeg, Co Fermanagh 2P
1P to 2P, Keeranbegg, Co Fermanagh, reserved to 1P, Mill of Keeranbegg & place where Tuck mill stood & little island below the race
DW Thomas Higgins, Rathmoran, servant to Daniel Eccles
DWMW Francis Graham, Sleeshhill, Co Fermanagh, Gent

D674/64 – 1821
Wm Jamison, Dublin, Plantiff
Chas Eccles & Mary Eccles, orse Black
John Eccles & Margarette Eccles orse Masterson, defendants
Copy fine of lands in Co Fermanagh
Lackey, Listeask, Shannock Green & Buckspark

364:185:243824 15/10/1784 Reg 24/11/1784
ID of conveyance
Anna Coyne, Ballyshannon, Co Donegal 1P
Thomas Dickson, Lodge, Co Leitrim 2P
Recites Deed of Lease and Release 16/17/03/1743
Daniel Eccles, Fintona, Co Tyrone, Esq 1P
Robert Lowry, Melbury, Galbraith Lowry, Aghenis & James Lowry, Cooley, Clerke all in Co Tyrone 2P
1P to 2P, Manor of Shannock & Cornamucklagh in Manor of Mount Sedborough
In said deed Daniel Eccles & Mary Eccles ors Lowry, his wife by will to charge said lands with sum of money for portion of children of said Daniel & Mary unprovided for & not to exceed £3,000
Daniel died without executing above provisions and said power devolved to Mary
Mary Eccles by will dated 9/05/1755 charged said lands with sum of £1,000 for said Anna Coyne by sale or mortgage exclusive of lands appointed for James & Mervyn, her sons.
Equally divided amongst her five daughters.
Recites that sum of £1,000 for Anna Coyne has not been raised and is still a charge
Said Anna & persons intitled to money from sale, intitled to receive rents
Anna Coyne in consideration of £800 paid by Thomas Dickson gives TD sum of £1,000 & all her share of any sums raised by sale
DW Hewetson Reynolds, Ballyshannon, Co Donegal
DWMW William McLaughlin, Tullaghan, Co Leitrim, yeoman

409:44:266425 16/01/1789 Rg 20/02/1789
Indented Deed
Margaret Smith ors Eccles, widow of
John Smith, dec'd and daughter of
Daniel Eccles & Mary Eccles, dec'd
Thomas Smith, eldest son of Margaret & John Smith
John McClintock, Drumcar, Co Louth, executor of Alexander McClintock, dec'd
All 1P
Thomas Dickson, Lodge, Co Leitrim 2P
Recites Margaret Smith became intitled to sum of £2,333 6s 8p charged on the Manor of Shannock by virtue of
Deed of Release dated 17/02/1743
Daniel Eccles 1P
Robert Lowry, Melbury, Galbraith Lowry, Aghenis & James Lowry, Cooley, Clerke, all in Co Tyrone 2p
and will of Mary Eccles ors Lowry, widow of Daniel Eccles dated 9/05/1755
and also to a share of residue of money from sale of lands of Shannock
and also reciting an Indented Deed dated 26/12/1755 between
Margaret Eccles, Spinster 1P
John Smith, Esq, Cornet in HM 14th Reg of Dragoons 2P
Rev Francis Lucas, Alexander McClintock 3P
Previous to marriage of Margaret & John
1P to 3P £2,000 for uses in deed
John Smith died intestate leaving Margaret & 4 children
Margaret Smith by ID 26/12/1788 by virtue of power from 26/12/1755 to Thomas Smith £1.083 6s 8p
Margaret Smith & Thomas Smith with consent of John McClintock in consideration of £900 assign to Thomas Dickson £1,083 + 1/2 part of Shannock
DW George Young, City of Dublin
DWMW Michael Cullen, Lodge, Co Leitrim, yeoman

(421;215267/8
Daniel Eccles & Anna to Rev John Lowry??)

475:570:307911 24/07/1794 Reg 24/07/1794
Indented Deed
Peter Delamar, Lackan, Co Westmeath 1P
Hester Delamar ors Fitzgerald, his wife 1P
Thomas Dickson, Lodge, Co Leitrim 2P
Recites Peter Delamar by deed of same date, sold, released to Thomas Dickson his 1/5 part share of rents & profits of Manor of Shannock
Peter Delamar discharges Shannock from all claims or challenge
DW Michael Cullen
DWMW Andrew Burni

479:424:307912 24/07/1794 Reg 24/07/1794
Indented Deed
Peter Delamar, Lackan, Co Westmeath, Esq 1P
Robert Lowry, Pomeroy House, Co Tyrone, Esq 2P heir of
Rev James Lowry, surviving Trustee under will of
Mary Eccles, dec'd, Fintona, Co Tyrone, Widow
Isabella Lucas, Clonkeen, Co Monaghan, Widow 3P
Margaret Smith, City of Dublin Widow 3P devisees named in said will
Thomas Dickson, Woodville, Co Leitrim, Esq 4P
Recites 1P & 2P with consent of 3P to 4P 1/5 part of rents & profits of Manor of Shannock
& by said deed 3P's for consideration demised to 4P
{containing lands of Shannock, Eighter Castle, Kilbrusky, Shankileaske, Anaghkilly, Tullymacmorris, Cavanlockan, Aghaard, Anaghally, the Green, Lackey, Ananahomey, Tanalevogue, cromagheys, Cavan, Mulleyevad, Lisroone, Cromaghedon, Drasternan, Coatosne, Drumbroke, Kellferdue, with their respective Barrs & Mountains and also lands of Cornamucklagh in Manorof Mount Sedborough in Co Fermanagh and by said deed 3Ps demised to Thomas Dickson for consideration
DWMW Andrew Berne, City of Dublin, Gent
DWMW Michael Cullen, servant to Thomas Dickson

759:364:515699 26/01/1821 Reg 7/02/1821
ID of Fine & Recovery
Charles Eccles, Lackey, Co Fermanagh, Gent 1P
Mary Eccles ors Black, his wife 1P
John Eccles, eldest son & heir apparent 1P
Margaret Eccles ors Masterson, his wife 1P
Rev John Richardson, Summerhill, Co Fermanagh, Clerk 2P
William Jameson, City of Dublin, Solicitor 3P
George Bell, Bellview, Co Fermanagh, Gent 4P
Charles & John in consideration of £600 by 2P & for consideration of natural love, Charles & John together with Mary & Margaret
Towns & Lands of Lackey, Lisreask, Shannock Green & Buckspark, Co Fermanagh to 3P
during lives of Charles & his sisters, Mary Read ors Eccles & Jane Auchenleck ors Eccles
Lackey to John Eccles
Shannock Green & Buckspark to younger sons & daughters of s'd Charles (check whether Mary is mentioned)
[Saunderson, William Edward, Robert, Mary Anne, Letitia, Jane Frances & Elizabeth]
as tenants in common & not as joint tenants subject to an annuity to Mary of £20 p. a. out of Lackey & £8 out of Shannock Green & Buckspark
DWMW Ralph Scott, Scottsborough, Co Fermanagh
DWMW Charles Irvine, Johnstown, Co Fermanagh

795:29:536964 21/08/1824 Reg 23/08/1824
Indented Deed
Charles Eccles, Lackey, Co Fermanagh, Gent 1P
Mary Eccles ors Black, his wife 1P
John Eccles, eldest son & heir apparent 1P
Margaret Eccles ors Masterson, his wife 1P
Recites deed of 25/26/01/1821
Charles Eccles, Lackey, Co Fermanagh, Gent 1P
Mary Eccles ors Black, his wife 1P
John Eccles, eldest son & heir apparent 1P
Margaret Eccles ors Masterson, his wife 1P
Rev John Richardson, Summerhill, Co Fermanagh, Clerk 2P
William Jameson, City of Dublin, Solicitor 3P
George Bell, Bellview, Co Fermanagh, Gent 4P
In lieu of share
Jane Eccles, then wife of Alex Black
Mary Anne Eccles, widow of William Robinson
Letitia Eccles, wife of Wilson Dunlap
Elizabeth Eccles, Spinster
Lands of Shannock Green & Buckspark, Co Fermanagh after decease of Charles Eccles and his sisters Mary Read & Jane Auchenleck
To use of younger sons, Saunderson Eccles & William Edward Eccles (Rev James Duffy's holding & dwelling included in Saunderson's share)
& chargeable sum of £50 (£25 each) to said Letitia Dunlap & Elizabeth Eccles
To use of Robert Eccles chargeable with £50, £25 each to Mary Anne Robinson & Jane Black
DW John Fox
DWMW William Jameson, City of Dublin, Gent

D674/64 – 1821
Wm Jamison, Dublin, Plantiff
Chas Eccles & Mary Eccles, orse Black
John Eccles & Margarette Eccles orse Masterson, defendants
Copy fine of lands in Co Fermanagh
Lackey, Listeask, Shannock Green & Buckspark

D674/67 – 1826
Daniel Eccles, Commen Green, Tyr 1st
John Dickson Eccles 2nd
Gabriel Cathers, Omagh, merchant
Copy assignment of charge and legacy
Considern £500 & Legacy £1,800
Lands in Tyrone

PRONI: D674/26; 13 February 1799
Daniel Eccles, Fintona, Co. Tyrone, Chas. Eccles, Fintona, Co. Tyrone, 1st Pt.; Thos. Sinclair, Dublin, Jas. Deduseau, Dublin, (mercht.) 2nd Pt.; Stewart Mulligan, (Attorney?) Woodville, Co. Leitrim, Thos. Dixon 3rd Pt., Woodville, Co. Leitrim and Chas. King, Dublin, 5th Pt. Copy Deed of Fine & Recovery to raise the sum of £8,700 for payment of debts of Daniel Eccles. Part of the Manor of Fintona, Co. Tyrone - Rental attached.

PRONI: D526/1/301 1 January 1815
Lease of 35 acre Cunningham measure for 21 years from 1 Nov., 1814. Rent: £33 p.a. John D. Eccles, Ecclesville, Co. Tyrone to Daniel Eccles, Dondonagh Lodge, Co. Monaghan for Carnaroosk, Co. Tyrone.

PRONI: D526/1/338 1 July 1818
Description : Counterpart of Lease of land for 21 years from 1 May, 1818. Rent: £4. p.a. plus fees and dues. Rt. Rev. John George, Bp. of Raphoe to Rev. Jas. Lowry Dickson Lodge, Co. Leitrim and John Dickson Eccles, Ecclesville, Co. Tyrone (Exors of Thos. Dickson, Woodville, Co. Leitrim). One third quarter land of Kilbarron, Co. Donegal.

PRONI: D526/1/106: 2 May 1784
Description : Lease of tenement for 17 years from 1 May 1784. Rent: £4 p.a. Daniel Eccles, Ecclesville, Co. Tyrone, to Rev. Alexr. Aughinleck, Fintona, Co. Tyrone for Castletown, Co. Tyrone.

PRONI: D526/1/230 : 4 April 1805
Description : Lease of 5 acre 2r. 18 per. Cunningham measure and 1.5 acre bog for 21 years from 1 Nov. 1804 with covenant for renewal. Rent: £15. 15s. 9d. p.a. Daniel Eccles, Ecclesville, Co. Tyrone to Rev. Alex. Auchinleck, Castle Lodge, Co. Tyrone for Church Field and Quarry Park, Co. Tyrone.

PRONI: D674/69 : 27 May 1823
Description : Chas. Eccles, Gent., Lackey, Co. Fermanagh, to John Eccles, Gent., Eldest son of the above Chas. Eccles. Lease for one life - Rent 5/- - 28a. in Shannock green in possession of Jas. Duffy Archibald Irwin, Eleanora Irwin, Junr., & John Fair also 1/3 of the house and farm of land known by the name of Buckspark, Co. Fermanagh.

PRONI: D674/91 : 21 August 1824
Description : Charles & John Eccles - Appointment - Lands of Shannock Green & Bucks Park pursuant to deed of 26th Jan., 1821.

Enniskillen

33:485:20995 16/03/1716 Reg 14/06/1722
Agreement
John Moore, Enniskilling, Ferm, Gent 1P
John Trotter, Robbinstown, Ferm, Gent 2P
1P for £50 assigned to 2P
Brick house facing Market Place, Enniskillen called Mr Danes house
DW Moses Herbert, Enniskillen, Ferm, Merchant
DWMW John Cathcart, Enniskillen, Ferm, Merchant
MW Robert King, City of Dublin, Gent

67:127:45544 24/25/07/1730 Reg 27/03/1731
L & R
John Trotter, Barnageeragh, Dublin, Gent 1P
Joseph Story, Barah, Ferm, Clerke, 2P
Release: 1P for £70.13.6 granted to 2P
Tenement behind Barrack & facing Market Place in Enniskillen
DWMW Alexander Nesbitt, City of Dublin, Gent
DWMW Philip Taggart, Luchan, Ferm, Farmer

82:216:57596 6/7/08/1732 Reg 17/02/1735
L & R
William Barton, Springtown, Ferm, Gent 1P
Rev Adam Nixon, Clones, Mon, Clerke 2P
1P for consideration in release granted to 2P
2/3 tate of Agharusky + Killkea, Clones, Ferm
O Hugh Keran, Gent
DW James Nixon, City of Dublin, Gent
DWMW Brabazon Noble, City of Dublin, Gent
DW George Nixon, Mullaghmeska, Ferm, Gent
MW Redmond Kane, City of Dublin

97:163:67773 29/30/1739 Reg 12/12/1739
L & R
Adam Nixon, Clones, Clerke 1P
Thomas Roscrow, Enniskilling, Ferm, Gent 2P
George Nixon, Mullaghmesker, Ferm, Gent 3P
1P & 2P t 3P, tenement in Enniskillen called Ozenesbrooke House + 2 tates called Callehill, Par Killester
In lease provision of redemption if 2P pays 3P £400 + interest
DWMW Redmond Kane, Attorney of Ct of Excheq, Dublin
DWMW Charles Davis, City of Dublin

392:417:259304 19/07/1787 Reg 19/11/1787
Mary Wilson, Enniskillen, Ferm, Widow 1P
John Kerr, Enniskillen, Ferm, Distiller 2P
Recite lease 13/10/1777
James Armstrong, Lisgoole, Ferm, Esq 1P
s'd Mary Wilson 2P
1P demised to 2P tenement in Darling St
Lives:
John Wilson (21), son to Mary
George Anderson (13) son to John Anderson of Cooltrain, Ferm
James Hoey (10) son to James Hoey, Drumard, Ferm
Here 1P for £48 to 2P assigned said tenement
DWMW Robert Johnston, Enniskillen, Gent
DWMW Litternall Hudson, Enniskillen, Gent

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Gibson Deeds

233:573:156664 23/12/1752 Reg 22/08/1765
Lease
William Stewart, Ballyburrow, Cav, Esq 1P
Patk Gibson, Lisball, Cav 2P
1P demised to 2P lands of M & L Lisball (117 acres (held for previous 5 years) at rent £17.10.6 pa
on N side of road from Ballyburrow to Shircock
Lives: S'd Patk Gibson, John Gibson, eldest son & Sam'l Gibson, 2nd son of s'd Patrick
DWMW John Gibson, Lisball, Farmer
DW Thomas Smith, Ballyburrow, Gent (since dec'd)
MW William Magin, City of Dub, Gent

233:574:156665 23/12/1752 Reg 22/08/1765
Lease
William Stewart, Ballyburrow, Cav, Esq 1P
John Gibson, Lisball, Cav 2P
1P demised to 2P part of lands of M & L Lisball (117 acres), rent £18.10 pa
on N side of road from Ballyburrow to Shircock
Lives: S'd John Gibson, Margaret Gibson, eldest dau & Partick Gibson, eldest son of s'd John Gibson
DWMW Patrick Gibson, Lisball, Cav, Farmer
DW Robert Smith, Baillieborough, Cav, since dec'd
MW William Magin, City of Dublin, Gent

395:353:261991 7/01/1744 Reg 15/04/1788
Agreement - Marriage Settlement
Andrew Breakey, Lismaganaw, Aghabog, Mon 1P
Patrick Gibson, Lisball,; Killen, Co Mon (sic) actually Cavan
1P in consideration of marriage between 1P &
Mary Breakey
1P agreed with 2P not to set or alien land known as Drombrolish & pt lands of Boggin in Par Moybole, Meath &
part of Lisball (40 acres) but same shall devolve to MB & her heirs by 2P
DWMW Jas Breakey, Napah, Co Mon
DW John Mathewson, Lisnagoronway, Mon
DW William Breakey

417:354:273191 20/07/1789 Reg 3/02/1790
Marriage Settlement
Isiah Breakey, Derryin, Mon 1P
John Gibson, Lisball, sen, Par Killan, Cav 2P
John Gibson, Drumlun
Marriage between John Gibson, Drumlun & Jane Brakey
1P gives 2 bonds (20/07//1789) to JG jun for £300 as marriage portion
so JB (if JG dies) could enter into freehold lands of Drumlun
JG, Lisball to JB 40 acres land in Lisball
JG sen to JG jun 1/3 aprt of lands Drumbulleisk, Mybollog, Meath (lease Henry Westenrow, Esq)
JB intitled to £18 pa from Drumlun
DWMW James Breakey, Stewarts Brook, Cavan, Linen Draper
DWMW James Gibson, Lisball, Cav, Gent

460:25:292964 28/08/1792 Reg 11/09/1792
Mar Art
Patk Gibson, Lisball, Cav 1P
Esther Gray, Langhadian, Down 2P
1P & 2P to be married
If 2P survives 1P during her natural life shall receive rent out of 1P's freehold of £20 pa
and that £20 should be chargeable on such property as 1P is now intitled to in lands of Bovanet & Leganany, Down & lands of Lisball, Cav
DWMW James Gibson Lisball, Cav, Gent
DWMW George Gray, Graymount, Arm, Linen Draper

507:367:324729 10/02/1797
Marriage settlement
Patrick Gibson, Lisball, Par Bailieborough, Cav, son to
John Gibson, jun
Easter Gibson, dau to
John Gibson, sen, Lisball, Par Bailieborough, Cav
Marriage between A & C
JG, jun to his son PG, North end of Mill (Hill) of Drumbenis then in his possession (22 acres)
S'd John also gave Patk £10 pa out of Lisball After death of s'd JG £6 9s
& his entire stock of cattle & household furniture
DW Sam'l Gibson, Lisball, Cav
DWMW Patk Gibson, Lisball, Cav
MW James Gibson, Lisball, Cav

509:131:329249 18/4/1797 Reg 6/5/1797
Deed of Assignment
John Gibson, elder, Lisball, Co Cavan, Gent 1P
Pat Gibson, son-in-law, same place, farmer 2P
Extension of former marriage settlement, consideration, affection for daughter, Esther, wife to Pat & 10s
Assigns share Dromoshin, Parish of Knockbride + 1/3 share Drumbrolisk + part of Boggin, Parish of Maycollo, Co Meath + share of Pottle, Parish of Bailieborough (38 acres)
DW Pat Gibson, elder, Lysball, Cavan
MWDW David Darling, Kingscourt, Cavan, writing clerk
MW Michael Bermingham, Kingscourt, gent

535:58:349914 27/10/1800 Reg 14/01/1801
ID of sale & conveyance
Patrick Gibson, jun, Lisbale, Cavan 1P
Esther Gibson, his wife 1P
John Gibson, Drumlin, Cavan, Gent 2P
Recites above deed (509:131:329249), John Gibson, elder in respect of the cited properties
NB Lands of Pottle held by lease from Chas Stewart Esq for 3 lives from 10/2/1790
James Gibson, elder, dec'd 4/11/1798 made will bequeathing amongst others
To Patrick Gibson, son of Samuel Gibson of Lissball, dec'd and John Wilson of Corkish, Cavan, a house and tenement in Bailieborough with 5 acres and part of lands of Drumbannon held under lease from Chas Stewart Esq for 3 lives and portion of lands of Cornample, 27 acres under lease from Sir Robt Hodson
In trust for Jane Gibson, his daughter - 12 years after his decease to take and receive said house and tenement in Bailieborough
DW Patrick Gibson, Lisball, Co Cavan
DWMW John Gibson, Lisball, Co Cavan
DW Rev Arnold Cosbery, Beckscourt, Co Cavan, Clerk
MW Michael Bermingham, Kingscourt, Co Cavan, Gent

870:27:578527 7/4/1831 Reg 9/4/1831
Assignment
Theobald Coulter, North Brunswick St, City of Dublin 1P
Jane Coulter als Gibson, his wife 1P
Samuel McElwain, Bailieboro, Gent
Recites that Theobald Coulter and Jane, his wife had:
1/3 House in Market Street, Bailieborough
1/3 lands of Drumbannon in possession of Samuel McElwain
** (Drumbannon was located on the outskirts of Bailieborough ie it would now be within the town.)
1/3 House in William Street in possession of Philip Reilly
1/3 part of lands of Pottle
** [Pottle is in the Parish of Denn, Co Cavan]
Above lands assigned by Thomas Coulter & his wife for £27 paid by Samuel McElwain
Wit: Alex Henry of New Street, City of Dublin & John Williamson of Bailieborough, Grocer

Harris Deeds

37:516:23695 8/10/1712 Reg 1/07/1723
Deed
John Ennis, Annaghmartin, Ferm, Gent
Robert Harris, Coreyn, Ferm
1P for £25 from 2P assigned interest in land mentioned, leased from John Temple, Esq in Barony of Clankelly for residue of lease
DW Roger Harris, Ferm, Att'y, Gent
DWMW Robert Harris, aforesaid, Corney
MW William Johnston, Clones, Mon, Farmer

48:213:31398 22/01/1716 Reg 6/04/1726
4 part Indenture of Release
Edward Maine, Newtownbutler, Ferm, Gent 1P
Dorothy, his wife 1P
Anne Maine, Rattine, ferm, widow 2P
John Maine, Golin, Ferm, Gent 3P
John Harris, Corraney, Ferm, Gent 4P
Robert Maine, Kilcrow, Mon, Gent 4P
1P & 2P for considern did release to 4P Pole & towns of Killyfoyle + mill thereon, Knockarevan, Knocknacossett, Mullaghlost, Rattine, etc out of Eccles holding in Man of Mt Sedborough, Ferm
+ other lands incl Agharoosky in said manor
DW John Lanktree, Newtownbutler, Ferm Tanner
DW Fachariah? Ward, near NTB, Gent
DWMW William Maine, City of Dublin, Grocer
DW John Thompson, Warrenstown, Gent
DW Daniel Cleare, near NTB, Gent
MW William Devall, C'y Dub, Gent

66:383:46943 20th May 1730 Reg 10 Oct 1731
Marriage between Mary Harris als Eccles widow of John Harris, late of Co Monaghan, gent 1P
George Carleton, Market Hill, als Tullymargie, Co Fermanagh, Gent 2P
Christopher Carleton, Newry & Wm Maine, Dublin 3P
Mary has Drumumery & Mullynadavagh, Monaghan
Land to 3rd parties
She retains the right to will her property.
DW Alex Carleton, Esq & Denis Magee

155:115:103727 13/06/1752 Reg 18/061752
Lease
Brabazon Noble, Town & Co Mon, Gent 1P
Mary Harris, Dromall, widow 2P
Joseph Harris, Bodgaranroe, Mon 2P
1P in consideration of surrender of a former lease & other considrations
demises to 2P Mill of Dromall commonly called Mill of Bodgaranroe + 4 acres rent £6 pa
Lives:
s'd Joseph Harris
John Stevenson (10), son of Hugh Stevenson, Town of Mon
John Fleming (10), son of Alexer Fleming of Lisinacreark, Mon
DWMW Alexer Fleming of Lisinacreark, Mon Farmer
DWMW Patk Trener, Town of Monaghan


166:606:113983 29/07/1754 Reg ????
Agreement
Mary Harris, Drumault, Killmore, Mon, 1P, widow of
John Harris, dec'd
Joseph Harris, son of Mary & John, Drumault, Mon 1P
James Hamilton, Town of Mon, Gent 2P
1P for £500 paid by 2P sold parcel of land partly in Drumault & partly in Garranroe, Killmore, Mon
Residue of lands granted in lease by late Sir John Fleming & Purchell Fleming to
said John Harris for 999 years at rent £10.10
After part sold by Joseph Harris to said James Hamilton said parcel is 50 acres
+ corn mill + materials not property of Thos Moorehead + 4 acres in possession of Thos Moorehead
+ mill & ponds etc subject to rent £6 to Brabazon Noble
+ 40s pa for 10 years to George Montgomery, Town of Mon
DW Conor Carolan, Dundalk, Louth
DWMW Dacre Hamilton, younger, Town of Mon
MW Robert Brenan, Glaslough, Mon

214:150:140597 25/03/1756 Reg ????
Deed Poll
William Whitsett, elder, Kilcorran, Mon 1P
William Whitsett, younger, Kilcorran, Mon 2P
James McAdoo O
James Deering O
Charles Deering O
1P to 2P, part of Kilcorran occupied by C, D & E + part occupied by A along lough side, whole 30 acres
For life of s'd William the younger
DWMW William Harris, Mullindavagh, Gent
DW Joseph Whitsitt, Aghnashelvin, Mon, Linen Weaver
MW Richard Dawson, Loughonyin, Mon, Att'y

186:387:125131 10-11/01/1757 Reg 12/07/1757
Lease & Release
John Carson Aughmasholey, Parish Clownish, Mon, Gent 1P
Robert Harris, now Mullindavagh, Mon, Merchant 2P
1P for considerations grants 2P 16 acres land in Aughmasholvey, subject to equity of redemption
DW Adam Carson, Mullendavagh, Mon
DW John Carson, Aughmasholvey
DWMW William Harris, Mullendavagh
MW Thomas Grant, Mullendavagh

321:324:216484 1/6/1788 Reg 2/7/1788
Mortgage
William Harris, Mullendavagh, Co Monaghan, Gent & John Harris, Mullendavagh, Co Monaghan Gent 1P
Dacre Hamilton, Gola, Co Monaghan, Esq, 2P
1P to 2P Drummummery and1/2 tate Mullendavagh for £700
MW Samuel Mitchell, City of Dublin, attorney & James Johnston, his clerk


334:242:222862 3 Mar 1780 Reg 8 Mar 1780
William Harris & John Harris of Mullindavagh, Co Monaghan, Gents
By deeds of lease and release 1 & 2 June, 1778
Convey to Dacre Hamilton of Gola, Co Monaghan
Drumumery & ½ tate of Mullindavagh
Subject to redemption on payment of £700 NB Mortgage
This deed adds a further £100
DWMW Benjamin Whitsitt, Knocknagrath, Gent & Patrick McIllgunn, Irish Gola

369:395:248268 29th October, 1785 Reg 29th Oct 1785
William Harris of Mullindavagh, gent and John Harris, his eldest son and heir apparent – 1st part
Lettice Harris, spinster, only daughter and younger child of said William - 2nd part
Dacre Hamilton of Gola – 3rd part
{Probably Mortgage] William & John to Dacre Mullaghnedavagh orse Mullendaafagh orse half tate of Mullendavagh + that part of Drumumary orse Dronenay in the possession of Robt Bently, Peter Smith and Cornelius Smith & said Lettice did release said lands from the charge of £300
Wit: Rev Wm Dawson the younger of Springfield and Samuel Mitchell, Dublin
{NB These are both townlands in Clones parish; Drumummery has 106 acres & Mullandavagh 139

385/319/255330 16 Feb 1787 Reg 16 Feb 1787
Power of Attorney
Ley to Harris, Cootehill House Elizabeth Eccles/Ley widow late of Clonkeenan Co Monaghan, relict of William Ley, grants power of attorney to her kinsman by marriage John Harris WRT lands of Annaghilly, Crawford, Crumaghy & Tatemacmorris in Fermanagh & Houses & tenements in Cootehill
DW John McNeilly, Whitehale
DWMW John Brannagan, Clones
DWMW Thomas Lyons, Drumulla

535;173;350260 1/11/1800 Reg 29th Jan 1801
John Harris of Clonkeen Co Monaghan 1P
Frances Anne Harris/Lucas 2P
Ed Richardson of Poplar Vale, Co Monaghan & Rev Daniel Lucas of Perrymount, Co Tyrone 3P
Lands 1st to 3rd in trust Lands in Manor of Shannock – details available & his interest in lands of Amananem made under lease from Daniel Eccles & Hewston Reynolds & interest in lands of Clonkeen & Lisalilly & Drumummery
DWMW John Bradshaw, Clones, Gent
DWMW William Lipton, Tonatybog, Co Fermanagh, Farmer

688:109:472837 5/07/1809 Reg 15/04/1815
ID / Marriage Articles
Charles Crowe, Leager, Co Monaghan, Esq 1P
Isabella Crowe ors Harris, wife to 1P & one of daughters of 2P
Frances Anne Harris, Clonkeen, Co Monaghan, Widow 2P
Edward Richardson, Poplar Vale, Esq 3P
John Bradshaw, Clones, Co Monaghan, Gent 3P
1P in consideration of marriage that had taken place between himself & Isabella Crowe ors Harris, one of the daughters of 2P & himself 7 for other considerations
1P to 3P towns & lands of Killinure & Drumcor, Co Cavan & Tullyumphry & --- , Co Monaghan to hold upon trusts
ie for use of 1P for life, then to Isabella and then to children as tenants in common or as by will directed
2P to 3P 1/3 part (Frances Anne had 3 daugters) of 2P's share of Annananam, Annagheel, Annaghard, Crawford etc in Manors of Shannock & Mountsedborough + 1/3 undivided part of Clonkeen to Charles for life and then to children of marriage.
DW Robert Lucas, Monaghan
DWMW Nathaniel Wright, Monaghan
DWMW Joseph Booth, City of Dublin

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Henry Deeds

386:370:258900 19/02/1784 Reg 27/10/1787
Lease
John Smyth, C'y Dub, Esq 1P
Edward Elliott, Dromswords, Ferm, Gent 2P
1P assigned Dresternan in Manor of Shannock (62 acres)
Nicholas Willoughby, surveyor
FO James Beatty
Lives: Edward Elliott, lessee, John Elliott, his son, aged 5 years &
William Bleakley (aged 10), son of William Bleakley, Bowsallaghin, Ferm
Rent £46 13s 9d pa
DWMW James Elliott, Drumswords, Ferm
DW John Smyth, Lower Longford St, Dub, Att'y
MW John Marquerin, Ballyhaise, Cavan, Gent

386:370:258901 19/02/1784 Reg 27/10/1787
Lease
John Smyth, C'y Dub, Esq 1P
James Elliott, Dromswords, Ferm, Gent 2P
1P assigned to 2P, Killyfardow, Manor of Shannock, Ferm (44 acres)
Nicholas Willoughby, surveyor
Lives: James Elliott, lessee, Richard Graham (aged 10), son of Richard Graham of Killifardow &
Robert Bleakely, son of Thomas Blakely of Ballysallagh, Ferm
Rent £33 7s 6d pa
DWMW Edward Elliott, Drumswords
DW John Smyth, Lower Longford St, Dub, Att'y
MW John Marquerin, Ballyhaise, Cavan, Gent

Is John Smyth the son of Margaret Smyth ors Eccles, dau of Daniel Eccles & Mary Lowry?

417:356:273196 20/01/1790 Reg 3/02/1790
Deed Poll / Marriage Settlement
John Harrington, Clones, Co Mon 1P
James Hendry, Clontevern, Fermanagh 2P
John Hendry, Clontevern, Fermanagh, son of 2P, 3P
Rebecca Harrington, dau of 1P
In considern of marriage between C & D
2P grants 3P Clonryin, Monaghan for 4 yrs 6 months & natural life of 2P for £2 pa
Hugh Renick O
1P grants 3P houses + 2 acres in his possession in Clones for full term as granted by
Thomas Lennard-Barratt, the late Lord Dacre
DWMW John Thompson, Clones
DWMW John Reilly, Clones

452:554:294094 3/111792 Reg 9/11/1792
ID
Andrew Henery, Anlore, Mon, Gent 1P
John Clarke, Newtownbutler, Ferm, Gent 2P
1P for consideration assigned to 2P
1/2 tate of Anagase, Dartry, Mon +
part of Killycoonagh called fattening park +
1 acre of turf bog in AnyMcQuiff +
Lands of Drumcaw (45a)
for 200 years
Condition of redemption - £150 + interest
DWMW Bernard Connolly, Clones
DWMW John Bradshaw, Clones

486:20:301254 11/05/1793 Reg 10/10/1793
Rent Charge
Andrew Armstrong, Grandshaw, Clones, Mon 1P
John Blakely, Drumcrew, Clones, Mon 1P
George Hendry, Shanmulla, Clones, Mon 2P
1P for £81 by 2P granted an annuity of £20.5 out of lands of Grandshaw :& Grandshawbeg, O Andrew Armstrong :& Joseph Elliott
DWMW James Hendry, Shanmulla, Mon
DW James Blakely, Grandshaw
MW Francis Hendry, Shanmulla, Mon

463:122:206349 27/07/1792 Reg 14/07/1793
Marriage Settlement
William Colvin & Andrew Colvin, Crevelay, Co Monaghan 1P
Samuel Moorehead & Ann Moorehead, Edenforan, Co Monaghan 2P
Marriage between Andrew, son of William & Ann, sister of Samuel
William to Andrew & Ann in consideration of marriage portion of £20, lands William had in Crevelay & crops & heifer & 2 mares & filly & farm utensils
Andrew to William & Ann, his wife, 3 barrells of shilling (corn), hay, grass for a cow & ground for 2 pecks of Flax & build a house for use of William & Ann
DW William Jackson, Clones
DWMW Bernard McMahon, Clones
DWMW William Colvin, jun, Crevelay

604:81:410791 26/07/1808 Reg 6/08/1808
Indented Deed
James Breakely, Gransha, Co Monaghan, Gent 1P
Francis Hendry, Thanmullaghin, Co Monaghan, Gent 2P
1P to 2P in trust for John, James & Margt Hendry, minors
in his actual possession, in consideration of 5s, portion of lands of Gransha O John Mills, William Connor & s'd James Bleakly, 16acres 3 r, head rent £23.17
DW James Henry, Clinkirk, Co Monaghan
DWMW John Bradshaw, Clones, Co Monaghan
MW William Fitzgerald, Clones, Gent

534:374:350631 18/05/1800 Reg 9/02/1801
Deed
Richard Henry Annamakiff, Mon 1P
James Cooper, Clancalick, Mon 2P
1P for condidns did transfer & set to 2P
townland of Annamaquiff & Anigore, Mon & Shanick Green, Ferm
1P to receive yearly sum of £301.16 for 3 years
DWMW Elizabeth Henry, Annamakiff, Mon
DW Joseph Cooper, Gent, Clancalick, Mon
MW James Fitzgerald

611:12:416483; 23rd Mar, 1809 – Reg 11th Apr 1809
Mortgage
Andrew Henry of Gransha 1P
Elizabeth Elliot of Clones 2P
Andrew Henry gives Elizabeth Elliott Killycoonagh + acre of bog in Annamakiff + undivided half of Shannock estate called Shannock Green + part of Gransha with a clause of Redemption
Deed Wit: Andrew Clark of Clones, Richard Conelly of Clonis
Mag Thos Armstrong

623:115:427236 31/03/1801 Reg 14/05/1810
ID of Conveyance
Henry Rowly Henery, Co Meath, Esq, Attorney 1P
Thomas Henry, Carrowbanan, Co Monaghan, Gent 1P
Walter Hetherington, Smithborough, Co Monaghan, Publican 2P
1P to 2P Lands of Coolsallagh & tenement in Smithborough
DWMW William Campbell, Attorney at law, Co Monaghan
DW William Hanna, Co Monaghan

639:219:441134 (397) 21/07/1803 Reg 24/12/1815
William Henry, Shean, Mon 1P
James Henry, Shean, Mon 2P
Thomas Henry, Shean, Mon 2P
Recites:
John Henry, dec'd, late of Shean possessed lands of Shean, Sheetrim, Dromgooland & Annesque, Mon
1P for considerations and to prevent litigation assigned portions of Sheetrim to James, Thomas &
Hugh, his younger brother for 14 years
William gets profits for support of Hugh + younger brothers and sisters
William to pay Hugh of Derry Island £300 as fortune for
Margaret & Elizabeth Henry, sisters to william
1P assigns Dromgooland + Annesque to brother, John Henry for 21 years
William to get profits to support John + younger children
+ further assurances on behalf of James & Thomas
DWMW Robert Wallace, Rathcarbery, Co Arm
DW Hugh Henry, Derryisland, Mon
MW John Stevenson

662:415:457037 17/07/1813
Conveyance
Charles Henry, Knockreas, Co Monaghan, Farmer 1P
William Henry, Knockreas, Co Monaghan, Farmer 2P
1P to 2P for £227, Lands of Knockreas, 12 acres & dwelling house, lately in 1P's possession for remainder of 21 years from 1/05/1808 at rent of £1.4 p. a.
DWMW John Wallace, City of Dublin, Attorney
DW Jane Wallace, Cloghog, Co Armagh

705:389:483324 24/07/1816 Reg 12/08/1816
ID of Mortgage
Joseph Armstrong, Granshamore, Co Monaghan 1P
James Henry, Clinkirk, Co Monaghan, farmer 2P
Recites: Lease by late Rt Hon Lady Anne Dacre of 20/10/1801 for life of John Madden, eldest son of Samuel Madden of Hilton, Esq or 21 years
1P to 2P for £132.19.8
DW George Welsh, Clones, Co Monaghan
DWMW William Fitzgerald, Clones, Co Monaghan

Parish of Clones

89:51:62006 25/08/1737 Reg 20/10/1737
ID of Assignment of 4 Parties / Marriage Settlement
John Vaughan, Dromore, Co Down, Clerke 1P
Roger Smyth, Ballynure, Co Monaghan 2P
Rev George Vaughan, Clerke, only son & heir apparent to 1P 3P
Margaret Vaughan als Smyth, his wife, daughter to 2P 3P
Thomas Montgomery, Abbeville, Co Dublin, Esq 4P
Valentine Jones, Marlea, Co Antrim, Esq 4P
RS in consideration of marriage already taken place, 3P to 4P
3 tates of Crivelea & tate of Clontibrett, Co Monaghan held by Roger under lease from Rt Hon Lord Baron of Howth who holds under See of Clogher, assigned to uses in deed
JV to 4P £100 p.a. out of lands of Donnaghmore, Co Down which he holds under His Grace, Primate of Armagh
DWMW John Thompson, Dromore, merchant
DWMW Henry Hull, Dromore, merchant

138:249:93023 25/05/1749 Reg 1/11/1749
Assignment
William Fallon, Grandsha, dec'd made over to
Mary Armstrong ors Blackley tate of land called Granshaw
MA in consideration of £10 assigned above to
John Blakely, Granshaw &
William Blakely, Granshaw
bounded by gate entering 1/2 tate in possn of
William Armstrong
DW William McEllnea, Edinforin, Mon, Farmer
DW Thomas Cooper, Magheraveily, Fermanagh, Gent
DWMW Richard Bryson, Garrin, Mon, Gent
MW Thomas Ennis, City of Dublin, Gent

346:33:230126 23/11/1774 Reg 12/12/1781
ID of Rent Charge
William Bleakly, jun, Granshabeg, Par Clones, Mon, Gent 1P
John Bleakly, Granshabeg, Par Clones, Mon, Gent 2P
1P possessed 1/2 tate Granshabeg (Richard Cross O)
1P indebted to 2P for £23
1P to 2P annuity or rent charge of £13.13 pa
DW Thos Graham, Smithborough, Publican
DWMW Alexander Fleming, Granshaw, Mon, Gent
MW John Managan, Clownish, Gent

375:189:250663 31/12/1785 Reg 19/04/1786
Lease
William and Ann (his wife) Bleakely, Grangshaw, Mon 1P
John Nelson, younger, Cloneumlur? Mon 2P
1P demised land in Granshaw (22 acres)
Reserves liberty to raise clay and burn brick in a small plot for 12 years at yearly rent 8s 3p
DWMW John Branagan, Town of Clones
DW Ann Blakely, Town of Clones
DW James Branagan, Co Mon
MW John Monaghan, Clones
MW Hugh Smyth

395:488:262524 7/05/1788 reg 9/05/1788
Indented Deed
Joseph Wright, City of Dublin, Esq 1P
William Forster, Town & County of Monaghan 2P
Recites that Joseph Wright declared that the lands of Ballynure, Lenure, Ballycoonagh & Annamacuife, Co Monaghan were purchased in trust for William Forster.
Recites lands by Indenture of Release dated 7/05/1788
William Smyth, formerly of Ballynure but then City of Waterford, Esq 1P
Richard St George, Kilbrush, City of Kilkenny, grandson of 2P
Rev Arthur St George, late Dean of Ross, dec'd
Rev Howard St George, DD, City of Dublin 3P
Rev Henry St George, Soho, Co Carlow, Clerke 3P
(said Howard was Admin of goods of said Arthur St George, undaministered by Thomas St George, dec'd)
John Clark, formerly City of Dublin, now Kell, King's Co, 4P eldest son & sole administrator of
John Clark, late of City of Dublin
Elinor Smyth, City of Dublin, widow 5P
Rt Hon James, Earl of Clanbrassill 6P
said Joseph Wright 7P
Parties conveyed to Joseph Wright by direction of William Forster & £5,450 (money of said William Forster)
DW Blayney Owen Mitchell, City of Dublin, Attorney
DWMW Joseph Smyth, City of Dublin, Attorney

395:488:262566 7/05/1788 Reg 14/05/1788
ID of Assignment
William Smyth, formerly of Ballynure but then City of Waterford, Esq 1P
William Forster, Town & County of Monaghan 2P
Recites 1P for consideration assigned to 2P all timeber etc on lands of Ballynure, Lenure, Killycoonagh & Annamaguiff + other covenants
DW Blayney Owen Mitchell, City of Dublin, Attorney
DWMW Joseph Smyth, City of Dublin, Attorney

512:535:335334 (602) 20/09/1797 Reg 10/04/1798
Indre
William McVittie Aughlisalure, Clones, Mon 1P
Atty McVittie ors Hamilton, his wife 1P
David Clarke, Cortrasna, Clones, Fermanagh 2P
1P demised to 2P Aughlisalure for 21 years
O Bernard McConnell?
DWMW Charles Campbell, Dundromonds, Farmer
MW James Coulson, Summer Hill, Ferm

556:29:367042 13/09/1800 Reg 15/03/1803
Lease
James Norris, Caledon, Tyr 1P
Philip & Patk Clerkin, Mullabrack Scott, Mon 2P
1P for £19.6.8 demised to 2P that part of Mullaghbrack Scott in their possession for 31 years
DW Athur McQuaid, Caledon, Tyr
DWMW Daniel Bacley, Mullaliche, Mon
MW John Gillander, Town of Mon

[Parish not clear]

From Clogher Record

July 16, 1792 :
"The meeting house of the Presbyterians at Gransha is to be rebuilt. The meeting house to be rebuilt stands on the lands of Gransha and is a very old established one and known by the appellation of the Stonebridge house of worship. Those who attend there are the old stiff Presbyterians who incline much to Paine's Principles and very much addicted to interfere at elections, and that in opposition to any persons wish, who is greater than themselves". The giving of £20 by your Ladyship might help to hold them steady at elections.
Mayne to Lady Dacre

1792:
An address was presented by the Presbyterians in and around Clones to Lady Dacre for a subscription towards rebuilding their house of worship.
The Presbyterian minister was James Whiteside
Those who signed the address were
"John Bleakly, James Bleakly, James Mcllnea, Robert Brassord (Brafford?), Joseph Slop(?), James Brown, Robert Beatty, William Mcllnea,
Adam Piarnage(?), Hugh Hamilton, James Fisher, James Lennon (Larnon?), Archibald Bryson, David Bryson, William Smyth, William Mooreihead, James Hendry, John Moorehead, Robert Moorehead, Andrew Moorehead, John Carothers, Joseph Moorehead, William Lennon (Larnon?), Robert Mills, Robert Armstrong, Joseph Crumbly, James Carothers, Andrew Glendinen, Alexander McCalla, William Ross(?), James Brown, Arthur McMahon, Andrew Armstrong, Joseph Andrew, Andrew Hendry".

from Lennard Barrett, Papers D/DL 036/9, Essex County Records Office, Chelmsford.

From October 1796, the columns of the Belfast newspapers carried resolutions of loyalty to the Crown and Constitution, from almost every town and parish in Ulster.
With regard to the town of Clones, a meeting of the principal inhabitants of the town was held on the 7th of October 1796, and the following is a contemporary account:

Resolutions of a meeting of the principal inhabitants of the town and neighbourhood of Clones, County Monaghan, held on the 7th October 1796, concerning the danger of a French invasion, and reaffirming their loyalty to the Crown, and Constitution, together with the names of those present.

A meeting of the Principal Inhabitants of the Town and neighbourhood of Clones, in the Barony of Dartery, and Tenants to the Right Honourable Lady Dacre, convened by public notice this 7th of October 1796.
William Mayne Esq. In the Chair.
Resolved; "that we continue unilaterally attached to his Majesty's person and family, and to the present government ".
Resolved: " that we have great satisfaction in declaring this town and neighbourhood to be in a perfect state of tranquillity and good order ".
Resolved: " that in the case of foreign invasion, or internal disturbance (or that the Government shall consider it necessary to embody the Yeomanry of this County) we will heartily unite on the plan accepted by the government from the Lawyers Corps".
Resolved: "that our chairman be requested to forward these resolutions to his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant".
Resolved: "that we are highly sensible of the obligations we owe the Right Honourable Lady Dacre, for her unremitting attention to the peace, happiness and prosperity of this town and neighbourhood and that we shall be at all times happy to meet her wishes in every act pointed out to us to further those desirable objects, knowing as we do from long experience that her ultimate desire upon all occasions is the happiness and prosperity of the Kingdom at large, and we are pleased to have an opportunity of representing these expressions of regard for her Ladyship, which we feel from our having uniformly experienced the kindness indulgence as tenants, and protection in times of disturbance.

James Whiteside
James Maguire
James McMahon
Andrew Ramage
Andrew Armstrong
Andrew Thomson
Thomas Mitchell
William Lemon
George Lendrum
James Fisher
David Bryson
John McElnea jnr.
George Storey
Joseph Armstrong
John Thompson
Richard Cross
James Turner
James Fitzgerald
John Morrow
Forster McClure
William Armstrong
James Marshall
John Harrington
Michael Kieran
William Moorehead
Andrew Clarke
Robert Moorehead
James McElnea
John Lemon
James Moorehead
Walter Fisher
John Bleakley
Thomas McElnea
Peter He s land
Edward Greason
John Smyth
John Fitzgerald
David Andrews
Richard Bryson
Francis McDonald
Andrew Moorehead
Charles Roddy
Francis Armstrong
John Mitchell
Samuel Holden
John Chapman
John Bleakley
James Brown
William McElnea
Dennis Maguire
George Lough
Francis Lough
Patrick McDonald
James McMahon
Thomas Lemon
Patrick McArdle
Patrick Coiley
John Storey
Francis Morrow
John McElnea
James Gordon
John Moorehead jnr.
James Crumley
James Cooper
William Mitchell
Joseph Elliott
William Lough
Francis Lucas ***
Walter Davis
William McElnea jnr.
James Reilly
Thomas Lough
John Greason
John McDonald
James Jackson
Charles Hamilton
Thady Carney
John Cole
James Fitzgerald jnr.
Robert Neilson

Thomas Armstrong
James Neilson
Robert Mills
Robert Bradford
Zach: Maguire
Robert Moorehead
James Montgomery
John Knight
Robert Gordon
Archilbbald Moore
John Mallaly
Thomas McElena
James Emerson
John McKeany
Edward Hubert
Andrew Clandinan
Peter Corrigan
Thomas Lemon
Thomas Dobson
James Prushoe
John McArdle
John Mitchell jnr.
James Bleakly
Thomas Bell
John Neilson
Joseph Gordon
James Cotnam
Thomas Allwell
William Whiteacre
Francis Storey
John Guthery
Terence Conolly
Robert Moore
James Mallaly
John Ingles
John Bradshaw
John Dixon
John Lemon
John McGloughlin
James Carothers
John Graham
Charles Mills
John Prushoe
Dacre Hamilton
Alexander Lemon
Moore Blakely
John Whiteman
James Henry ***
Owen Storey
James Moorehead
Geremiah Roberts
George G leghorn
Arthur Thompson
Samuel Benson
James Moore
Joseph Ramage
Michael Callaghan
John Harris ***
William Walsh
John Monaghan
Robert Morgan
Samuel Rogers
Arthur Graham
William Smyth
James Allelly
Thomas Knight
Francis Weightman
Samuel Gordon
George Whiteacre
William Armstrong jnr.
Thomas Allwell
John Maxwell Crowe
Andrew Rennick
Andrew Henry ***
John Whitely
Robert Beatty
John Moore
Thomas Clifferty
Patt McMahon
Christopher Coulson
Arthur McMahon
Andrew Campbell
William Grogan
Thomas Mitchell jnr.
David Gilespie

19 of the above are Catholic; the remaining 51 are Protestants (sic, actually 169). Henry Roper, John Wright, William Knipe, George Cochran, and Hamilton Ross, would not sign the address to the Lord Lieutenant, but requested that I should minute that they agreed to that of Lady Dacre.
Signed William Mayne.

[NB Henry Roper was Rector of Clones Parish & John Wright was his Curate.]

Rent Rolls, 1803 and on, Forster Estate, Killeevan parish (& others)

(This rent roll continues through to 1822 but only the first year has been transcribed.
Notes relating to Henry's through to the end of the record have been added.)

Anemaguiff (Killeevan)
Henry, Widow £20.10.0

(Up to 1819 widow Henry is the lessee but in that year William Henry paid the rent of £21.10.
In 1820 it states that the rent was paid by son.
In Nov 1820 William Henry is the lessee. He paid the rent of £22 on Feb 3rd 1821.
By Aug 21st 1821 Widow Henry is again the lessee paying rent of £22.
In 1822 the rent is £42.
There may be two separate Widow Henry's here; the first the widow of Richard, the lessee in the 1795 map; the second the widow of William.
In the Tithe Applotment Books of 1825 Widow Hennery had 41 acres.
No Henrys are noted in Griffith's Valuation.)

Ballynure (Killeevan)
Forster, W £56.17.6 supposed
Henry, Andrew £ 3.10.1
McCabe, Bryan £ 5.15.1 1/2
Do £ 0.08.3 for bog in Ellinure
Do Allowance of £ 0.03.0 for corner of Grieggy road
McMahon, Thomas £ 3.07.6
Sloey, Widow £ 1.14.1 1/2
Little, Robert £ 0.11.4 1/2

(From 1804 Andrew Henry is no longer letting land in this townland.)

Killycoonagh (Killeevan)
Henry, Andrew £25.11.5 1/2
Do £ 6.16.6 for meadow
Beatty, Harry £ 3.14.1 1/2
Do £ 2.05.6 for part of Scot's holding, NB Veldon. Thomas is to pay for a house & garden on Scot's holding £0.17.0 1/2 yearly commencing May 1804
Campble, James £ 4.16.8
McCabe, Bryan £ 7.07.10 1/2
Smyth, John £ 6.00.0
Moorehead, John £ 1.12.6
Marshall & Bowes £ 0.10.0
Allely's £ 8.14.7 A note indicates that an Allely, Thomas was one of the tenants
Dunwoody, Hugh £ 6.09.9
Kerran, Mary £ 0.07.6

(In Nov 1806 there is a reference to Andrew Henry & Andrew Henry, sen.
In 1808 Andrew Henry is still there. There is then a gap in the records.
By Nov 1812 Andrew Henry has gone from this townland)

Drumcaw (Killeevan)
Henry, Andrew £20.05.0
Quin, John £ 6.04.8 for Curry's holding
Mulligan, P £ 3.06.7 1/2 NB Mulligan's lease expires 1 May 1804
Moorhead, John £ 7.04.0
McGuire, Hugh £ 1.19.0 1/2
Gallagher, Hugh £ 1.01.0
Branigan, Widow £ 0.04.0

(In Nov 1806 Andrew Henry is linked with James Moore & John Irwin.
In May 1807 Andrew Henry has gone.
In the Tithe Applotment books of 1825 Widow Hennery had 4 acres.
In Griffith's Valuation Andrew Henry had 6 acres freehold & 1 acre from William Forster.)

Ellinure (Killeevan)
Finegan, Widow £10.15.10 1/2
Williams, Widow etc £ 8.19.0
Vance, William £ 3.15.1.1/2
Evatt, Henry Esq £ 6.00.4 1/2
McGuire, Mick £ 4.19.0
McDonald etc £ 3.07.6 A note indicates that of this sum, Pat paid £1.6.6 1/2, and John two payments, one of £1.12.6, the other of £0.8.5 1/2

Ellinure Bog (Killeevan)
Maguire, Mick £ 0.14.3
Goan, Jack &
McDonald £ 0.18.0
McCabe, Peter &
Hamilton, Bob £ 0.17.9 NB Bob Hamilton owes 7 years rent of bog in Ellinure as above, ending May 1803. I owe him for holding the plough.
Williams, £ 1.00.0
Widow, Reps

Boghill (Killeevan)
McGuire, Patk £ 9.13.4 1/2
McCawly, James £ 6.13.1 1/2
McDonald, Cullogh £12.10.3
McManemy, Pat & Philip £10.02.6
Falls, Peter £ 8.15.3 1/2
McQuades £25.19.6 1/2

Drumhilla (Killeevan)
Keeran, Thomas £ 7.17.10 1/2
Ellis, Thomas £10.17.5
Gilchrist, Andrew £ 8.17.3 1/2
Hamilton, Widow & sons £10.04.0
Keeran, Terrance & Owen £ 6.02.0 1/2 Owen's name is struck out for 1/2 of Kerran's holding
Finlay, John £ 6.01.0
Irwin, Edward & Edward £10.14.4 1/2
Graham, Richard & Thomas £ 7.13.9
McGorman, Mick £ 2.12.6

Roosky (Killeevan)
Armstrong, James & John £75.00.0

Magherarny (Clones)
Moorehead, John £18.10.0 Chas Connolly's farm contains exclusive of bogs held by other tenants 37a 2r 36p
Connolly, Chas etc £33.5.
Brady, James £ 5.14.11
Coogan, Cormick £ 4.13.0 1/2 Let Coogan his land at £1.14.6 1/2 an acre commencing 1 May 1803. He did not stand to the agreement
Graham, Jane & John £ 4.05.8 1/2
Cook's holding £ 8.18.6
Campble, Patrick £ 3.03.4 1/2
Duffy, Owen £ 3.13.8
McGuire, Redmond & Rose £12.10.3 1/2
Dinn, James £ 6.05.7 1/2
Andrew, Joseph £ 8.00.9
Kelly, William £ 6.15.2
Tole, Daniel £ 2.17.0
Tole, John £ 4.04.4 1/2
Rose, James & Francis Campble £ 4.04.6
Campble, James £ 2.02.3
Carrell, Phillip £12.02.8
Carrell, Patrick £ 1.11.6
Keenan, Michael & Mary £ 3.03.0
Toal, Patrick £11.11.0
Martin, William £ 6.05.7
Moorehead, John £ 0.07.5
Toal, Bryan £12.06.9 1/2

Raffeenan (Tedavnet)
Thompson, Joseph £ 6.03.7
Do for Holm £ 2.15.6 This sum is struck out and £2.6.3 replaces it
Harbison, Widow John £11.03.0 1/2
Harbison, Widow Wm £ 9.13.6 Widow William Harbison pd £1.14.0 in part for Holm held by James Thompson. Holm contains 3a. 2r. 32p. @ 24s per a., £4.12.6. NB the Holm was given up by Thompson to Widow Harbison in Feb 1803
Mitchel, Samuel & partner £ 4.12.0
McCage, Andrew £19.16.3 1/2
Moore, James £ 7.00.0 1/2

Russollis & Tullycar (Clontibret)
Duffy, Francis £ 3.03.0
Duffy, Edward £ 3.03.0
McGinnity, Peter & Felix £ 7.08.2 1/2
Lennon, Patrick £ 6.00.7 1/2
Lennon, Cormick & Lennon, Bryan £ 6.14.9
Lennon, Ambrose £ 6.01.5
Redmond, Edward £ 4.04.0
Graham, Mary £ 1.15.9
Smyth, Arthur & McArdle, Patrick £ 4.00.6
Duffy, George £ 3.10.5
Graham, Terrance £ 4.13.7
Maginnity, Patrick & Mulligan, Terrance £ 3.19.4
Duffy, Frank & Peirs £ 4.11.5
Duffy, Peirs £ 1.17.9
Duffy, Peirs £ 0.15.7 1/2
Duffy, Francis £16.16.0
Duffy, Pat & James £ 6.06.0
Duffy, Phillip £ 6.07.4 1/2
Murray, Hugh £ 5.03.9
Smyth, Arthur £ 1.17.8 1/2
Duffy, Hugh & Patrick£ 4.11.5
O'Neal, Kitty £ 1.15.5 James, Francis & Pat Duffy for Kitty O'Neil's holding

A note at the end of this townland states: "I paid Ambrose Lennon £1.14.1 1/2 for his trouble in collecting & bringing to me part of the above rents".

Aghintamy (Monaghan)
Gordon, Alex & sons £15.14.4 1/2
McConnell, William £ 5.10.0
Woods, Peter £ 3.00.0
Niblock, Alexander £ 0.10.0 Meadow

Quiglough (Monaghan)
Thomas, Edward £12.00.0
Smyth, Patrick £ 6.06.4 Two payments, one of £5.19.3, the other of £0.7.1. There is a reference to Flemings survey.
Farrrelly, Phillip £ 1.00.0

Terrytole (Monaghan)
Hall, William & Mathew £15.14.4 1/2
Murphy, Widow & Thos Murphy £ 3.02.6 Thomas is identified as Widow Murphy's son
Williamson, John / William £03.17.5 John is struck through and replaced by William
Grimes, James £ 3.07.6

Lisdoogan
All. Jim £ 4.06.6 1/2 For Connolly's holding
All. John & sons £ 6.03.2

Tullygony (Tedavnet)
Higgins, Thomas £ 3.05.3.1/2
Higgins, Robt £ 2.05.7
Morrow, Thomas £ 1.19.7
Thomas, William £ 2.16.5
Morrow, John & Chas £ 5.02.10
McGrory, Thomas £ 4.15.10

Tulledon
Charleton, Widow £ 6.07.8
Brown, William £ 9.01.5 1/2
Bell, John £ 3.16.3
McGinnis, William £ 2.16.10 1/2
Kelly, Edward £ 4.00.7 1/2
Jackson, David £ 5.18.0
Connolly, James £ 3.17.7
Connolly, Thomas £ 4.06.7 1/2
Logan, James £ 2.08.1
Corrigan, Patrick £ 2.05.0
Cullen, Patrick £ 1.10.2
Neal, John £ 1.12.5
Fay, James £ 2.08.1 1/2
Logan, William £ 6.14.3 1/2

Killdreeny
Haslet, Widow & son £ 6.02.1
Dawson, Widow & son £ 6.10.0
Connolly, Arthur & partners £ 2.19.3
Gilliland, James £ 2.01.4
Keenaghan, Barney £ 4.00.8
McCarran, James £ 2.05.6

Esclafin (Tedavnet)
Cassidy, Patrick, Hugh & John £ 2.07.5

Greagh (Tedavnet)
Trenors £ 3.05.5

Killycarnan (Tedavnet)
Evans, John £ 9.05.11 1/2
Fleming, Widow £ 2.09.3 1/2 NB Widow Fleming's farm is out of lease May 1803
Shorts £ 3.02.5
McFaddin, Wid & son £ 3.19.8
McChristal, John £ 1.17.3
Hughs & Develin £ 6.03.11 1/2

Tullygrimes
Hamilton, Dacre, Esq £36.00.6 1/2
Hill, James £ 6.16.6
Robison, David £22.00.8 1/2 I'm entitled to the rent from Hill to 20 March 1803 the time Magwood died - 1 pd. the // rent to Mr Hamilton to that time

Tenements in Back Street
Boyde, Reps of Late John £ 2.10.0

Letnimard (Aghabog)
Gavan, Patt & son £15.19.3
McGuiggan's £ 2.09.1 1/2
Sharry, Nogher £ 3.17.5
Gavan, Terrance £ 1.11.11.1/2
Gorman, Laurence £ 3.05.11
Gavan, Murtagh £10.08.5
Bready, James £ 2.12.1 1/2
Woods, Neal £ 6.14.0
Bready, Hugh £ 2.12.7
McMahon, Francis £ 2.19.8 1/2
Conlon, Arthur £ 2.15.11 1/2
Fitzpatrick & Finlay £ 3.06.11
Rush, Thomas £ 5.08.1.1/2
McPhillips, John
& James £ 6.01.0 1/2
McQuivin, Terrance £ 4.11.2
Gavan, Patrick £ 9.14.4 1/2
Shreenan, Widow £ 5.08.1.1/2

from Registry of Deeds

92:309:64723 24/25/04/1738 Reg 7/11/1738
Lease & Release
Lease:
Thomas Lennard Barrett, Belhouse, Essex, Esq 1P
William Crow, City of Dublin, Gent 2P
Release:
Thomas Lennard Barrett, Belhouse, Essex, Esq 1P
William Crow, City of Dublin, Gent 2P
Benjamin Periam, St Dunstans, West London, Gent 3P
Concerning Manors, towns, lands & tenements, Rectories, Tythes, Glebes etc hereinafter mentioned
Manor & Lands of Teareny
Courts Leet & Baron etc of Clones
Cos Mon, Ferm & Cavan
Tate of Clonkeen mentioned among many others
Town of Clones:
John Todd, George Hamersly, Henry Evatt, Elianor Rutlidge, widow, James Wiggins, Taylor, James Graham, Margaret Jenkins, widow, Robert Morgan, Butcher, William Johnston, Patrick McCarney, Shoemaker, George McCamish, Weaver, Thomas Jordan or James Irwin, Widow Clark, Thomas Jordan, Hatter, James Morgan, Butcher, Dr Cashedy
Tenements formerly called Glass & Allylys tenements, Form O Michael Clark, dec'd, now Simon Guthery, merchant & Cullogh McDonnell
Mary Cassie, widow, FO Hugh McNeely, Joseph Threap
FO Dixon & Pogue, George Bennet,
John Whightman & Patrick Mahon, John Armstrong, merchant
DWMW Joseph Fily, Symonds, Middlesex
DW Watty Collier, Symonds, Middlesex

Clones Rent Roll, 1821

(from Clogher Record / Barrett-Leonard Estate)

Annakilly & Analore Mills: George Moore
Annakilly: Philip Carolan, Brigid Corrigan, John Corrigan, Morris now Pat Herbert, Bernard Kearan, James Kearan, John McGauran, Morris Herbert, jun, Ann Kearan widow, Terence Kearan, Peter Kearen, Hugh Kearan, Patt Moore, Owen Greenan, Margaret Moore, Philip Moore, Peter Moore, William Moore, Anne Moore, Patrick McGorman, Patt Larkin, William Moore, Patt McGorman, Edwl McNally, Michael Monahan, James Prunty, Owen Slowey, James Weldon, Thomas Sloey
Bolgbrean: James Lemon, Mary Lemon, John Lemon, Thomas Lemon, John Prushoe. James Gleghorn, Richard Prushoes, Wid. Michael McPhillips, Susan Prushoe, Edward Ross, Andrew Rennick
Ballintoppin: Andrew Moorehead, John Moorehead
Cappa & Kilgormly: Charles Connolly, James Fisher, Ann Connolly, Fran. McDonald, Wm Smith (late Nixon)
Carne: John Armstrong, Thomas Bell, Benjamin Clarke, James Crumley, James Cosgrave, James Jackson, Ebenr. Mitchell ( late Corrigan), James Fitzgerald, Wm Johnston, Thomas Moore, Patt. McMahon ( £1.10 arrears), henry Armstrong, William Boyle, James Gregg, James Sloey, John Parr, (late Whitacre), John Irwin
Carnone: James McDonald, Felix McDonald, James Campbell, Wm. Smith (late Ringland)
Carravitragh: Dacre Hamilton, Samuel Benson, John Benson, Rich. Benson, Sam Holdsworth, Cathr. Holdsworth, John Lough, Wm Holdsworth, John Nelson
Cavan: James Browne, Dacre Hamilton, Charles Hamilton, Edwd. McDonald, Bernard McDonald, Hugh McCormick, Bernard McCaffrey, Thomas McMahon
Clincorn: Richard Armstrong, William Connolly, Patt Tummin (late Cross), Christ. Crowe, James Gallice, James Jackson, Bern. Malone, Hugh McMahon, Patt McDonald, Eliz Pinkburn, John Read (late Pinkburn), John Read
Cloncumber: James Fitzgerald, Allen Moore
Clonavilly: Ross Beatty, Hamilton Cross, Terence Kearney, James Campbell, James Fitzgerald, John Fitzgerald, Ralph Dudgeon (late Knight's), Jane Larmon, James Fitzgerald (late Marshall), same (late Whitacre)
Clonculogue: Joseph Cooper, Wm. Fitzgerald, James Fitzgerald, James Fitzgerald, jun, Andrew Knight, John Cross (late Lloyd), John Read & James Prunty, James Clarke (late Rutherford), James Smith, Hugh Greenan, Peter McDonald, Charles Smith
Comber Mill: George Moore
Clonkeen: Fran. & Anne Harris widow, sic (Frances Anne Harris ors Lucas, widow of John Harris), John Keon Jameson, Thomas Allely, George Allely, Arthur Clearkin, James Caffrey, Hugh Caffrey, James Clarke, Francis Duffy, James Fitzgerald, Owen Fay, John Hughes, James Jackson, John McEntee, Peter McCarney, Thomas Sloey, Philip Murray, James Woods
Clontrait: Terence McDonald, Patrick McDonald
Coraghy: James Marshall, Wm. Johnston, John Chapman
Cornafaghy: Andrew Clindinin, James Moorehead, John Moorehead, James Murtagh, Patrick Murtagh, John Murtagh, sen
Creevaghy & Mullycloy: Arthur Connolly, Bill Story, Rose Cusack, Joseph Elliot, Robt. Bleakely ( late Peter), W. Lough, Sam Lough, Matth. Lough, Fran. Lough, Wm. McElnea, James McElnea
Crossmoyle & Clonboy: John Bradshaw, Thomas Bell (late Jackson), C Roddy, George Walsh, Patt Cusack (late Bradshaw), John Elliott (late Beatty), James Fitzgerald, Patt Cusack (late Falls), Wm. Johnston, Patt McMahon, (£6.5.2), James Nicholson, Philip Donaghy (late Rutherford), John Parr (late Whitacre), James Marshall, Fortfield
Crockumeran: Robert Loury, Robt. Moorehead, Andrew Moorehead, Wm. Moorehead, John Moorehead, James McQuay
Drumadgarry: Thomas Elliott & William Elliott
Drumadraney: Robert Blair, Wm. Bleakley, Jane Bryson, Wm. Holdsworth, Thos. Montgomery, David Thompson, James Montgomery, Sam. Holdsworth, Robert Turner (late McQuillan), Joseph McMahon, James McMahon, Thomas McPhillips, Graham (late Arnold), Robert Story, Edward Maguire
Drummulla: James Moorehead, Joseph Larman, Edward Storey, Allen A. Murray
Drumcrew North: Andr. Rennick, William Smith
Drumcrew South: Wm. Dickson, Margt. Dickson, James Dickson, Patt Mullen, Thomas Dickson, Thady McCarney, James McKeaney, Wm. McGorman, James Hughes, Patt. Dickson, Patt Sloey
Drumsnatt Tithe: Joseph Moore
Edenforan: Wm Armstrong, Ann Colvin, Widow Storey and son, Wm. Lough, Thos. Dobson, Ann McElnea, Christ. Wright, Eliz. McElnea, Thomas McElnea, James McElnea
Garran & Latgallan: John Copeland, Walter Gillespie, David Bryson, Robert Gillespie, George Berkely, Henry Gillespie, James Gillespie, Richard Bryson, James Fisher, Alex Lemon
Glenkirkill & Island: Edw. Armstrong, same (late Deery), Jane Brown (Bernee), Alice Brown (Bell), Rebecca Browne (Johnston), Isabella Moore, Robert Cole, Susan Cole, Martha Cole, John Parr, Francis Henry, James Henry
The Island: Edw. McElgunn, Owne McMahon, Philip McMahon, James Turner
Gortawiney: Richard Foster, Samuel Moore, Wm. Armstrong, Henry Johnston, Alex. Cooper, Joseph Cooper, Wm. Gordan, John Lyons, Ann Nelson
Granshawbeg: John Bleakley, Ann Moore Bleakley, Francis Henry, Widow Bleakley, John Benson, Richard Cross, John Story, Thomas Story, John Bleakly (late McGurvey)
Granshawmore: Joseph Armstrong, James Henry, Joseph Johnston, James Johnston, Hugh Brady, S. Beggan, Joseph Elliot, Patrick McCabe, John McCabe, Philip Brady & partners, Peter Mulliagan, Edward Meighan, John Meighan, James McDonald, James Carvill, Patt Carvill, Patt McCale (McCall?), Rev M. Maharig (presumably Rev Archibald Maharg)
Killycoghlin: Hugh Brady, Robert Murtagh, James Conolly, Patrick Connolly, Patt Connolly, Arthur Connolly, Mgt. McEneny, John Graham, Thomas Mitchel, Rebecca Moorehead.
Killycranaghan: Thomas Lemon, sen, Thomas Lemon, jun, David Lemon, Thomas Elliot
Killykeragh: Owen Connolly, John Moorehead, Wm. Moorehead, Robert Moorehead, Sam. Rogers, James Rogers
Killyna: John Mitchell, John Dawson, Thomas Mitchell, Wm. Campbell, James Moore, sen, John Moore, Robert Moore, James Moore, jun, Owen McKenna
Largy & Shantilly: Mich. Callaghan, Geo. Allwell, Thomas Allwell, Geo. Allwell, Hamilton Cross, John Fannin, the same, Joseph Kirk, John Martin, John Hamilton, Doctor Moorehead, James Fitzgerald, Mary Thompson, the same, Jane Clarke, John Gray, Henry Wray, the same, John Reilly, James Davies, John Herbert, Thomas Moore, John Parr, James cooper, John Bradshaw, Geo. Rennick, Mary Thompson, Wm. Cochran, John Parr, Chas. Roddy, Robt. Nevill
The Leager: Richard Foster, John Bradshaw, John Parr (late Bradshaw), Hamilton Cross, Ebenz. Mitchell (late Kearney), James Fitzgerald, John Hamilton, John Leghorn (late Lemon), Wm. Fitzgerald (late Lemon), same (late Thompson), Ebenz. Mitchel (late Roberts), Robert Nevill, James Graham, James Crumley
Legnakelly: Thomas Dobson, Wm. Foster, Rich. Henry, John Fitzgerald, Thomas Askin, John Henry, Matthew Lough, Robert Mills, John Purdy, John Rennick
Lisegarton: Edw. Clifferty, J Clifferty, Benj. Clarke, John Grogan, Hu Smith, Matthew Grogan, John Harrington, Cath. McDonald, Edward Magin (late Monaghan), same (late Maguire), John McMahon (Leonard), James McMahon, (Shiels), E Mitchel (3 tenants late Callaghan), same (late McGloghlin), same (late Wilson), James Cosgrave, same (John McCarney), John Gray, Doctor Gallaghan (Callaghan?), Mrs Ramage, John Thompson, James McGuire
Lisnaroe: Wm Smith, Sam Cotnam, Robert Fawcett, Arthur Thompson, Nich. Ellis, same, same, Arthur Leary (late Whitely)
Longfield: Joseph Andrews, Hugh Blair, Fred Nelson, Fred Nelson (late Jordan), Robert Mills, Fred Nelson, Hugh McMurray, Rich. Mills, John Mills, John McGill, Hugh Greason, John Weightman
Mulnamoy: Rev A Averall, same, Thomas Averall, Ebenz. Mitchel, Wm Elliot, Henry Armstrong, James Smith, Wm. Boyle
Munhill: Geo. (late Wm.) Shegog, same (late Elliot), Cathr. Naun, James Cross, Thomas Brampston, Patt McDonald, same (late Patt Malone), Bernard Kearan, Thomas McKearan, Peter McKearan, Edwd. Malone
Nattygolan or Nuke: Skeffington Hamilton
Rathmoy: Arthur Clearkin, sen, Arthur Clearkin, jun, Patt McDonald, Terence McDonald, Patt Gormley, James Gormley, John Gormley, Alex Lemon, Robert Lonegan, Wm. Gunn, same (late Whiteside), Wm. Moorehead
Shankill: Wm. Hamilton, Charles Hamilton, James Alexander, John Corr & Wm. Hamilton, James Mullaley, Wm. Mullaley, James Mullaley, Wm. Hamilton, John Nesbitt, Tierney Sloey, Wm. Hamilton
Shanmulla: Robert Nevill
Teehill: James Fitzgerald, John Bradshaw, Arch. Burnside, Thomas Bell, Chas. Roddy (late Beatty), same, same (Brierly), same (Carson), same, same, same, Andrew Drum, James Fiztgerald, Simon Guthree, John Guthree, Simon Guthree, Patt Cusack, Robert Nevill, same, John Cochran, Patt Corley, Hamilton Cross, George Walsh
Templegate: Thomas Walsh, Nath. Gordon, James Gordon, sen, James Gordon, jun
Tiercooney: Wm. Grimes, Margt. McMullan, Terence Scollan, Patt Scollan, Betty Scollan
Grilliboy Mill: Arthur McDonald
Tullyevan: John Mitchel, same, Eliz. Mitchel, Thomas Lemon

TOWN OF CLONES

Abbey Street: Con Connolly, James Crumley
Analore Street: George Alleley, Vincent Beatty, James Caffrey, James Cosgrave, James Fitzgerald, same, same
Shambles: same, same, same, James Fitzgerald, Robert Fitzgerald, James Finnegan, Matthew Fitzpatrick, John Leghorn, John Karr, James Karr, Wm. Karr, Wm. Pierce, Ann Robinson, Bernard Smith, Goerge Fitzgerald
Cara Street: Thomas Andrews, Wm. Elliot, James Fitzgerald, James Fitzgerald, same, James Nicholson (Corley), Edw. Graham, Glass, Harrington, John Guthree, James Marshall, same, same, same (Mrs Thompson), Thomas McKeon, Patt McKeon, Thomas Roddy, James Smith, Geo. Walsh (Campbell), same & Nicholson
Diamond: Thomas Armstrong, Wm. Coyle, John Elliot (Beatty), Ross Beatty (late Cross), James Cooper (late Cross), John Parr (late Cross), same (late Whitacre), same, Patrick Cusack, Patrick Corley, James Crumley, James Fitzgerald, Wm. Fitzgerald, George Foster, John Guthree, Wm. Johnston, Eliza Marshall, Hugh McMahon, Ebenz Mitchel, Patt Herbert, James Courtney, Geo. Rennick (late Cross), Mary Thompson, John Thompson (late Bradshaw), Charles Roddy, same
Fermanagh Street: John Armstrong, Thomas Bell, same, Archd. Burnside, Alex Benson, James Cosgrave, same, Hamilton Cross, Benjamin Clarke (late Coyle), same (late Ferguson), Michael Callaghan, Peter Corrigan, Andrew McMurray, Ralph Dudgeon, Thos Cole Fitzgerald, James Fitzgerald, James Ferrall, Ebenz. Mitchel (late Martin), same (late Keenan), same (late McGloughlin), same (late Morris), John Herbert, McDonald or Corrigan, same or Cassidy, Christ. McGloughlin, John McGeough, Sam. Moorehead, McDonald, Peter Connolly, James Graham, Wm. Fitzgerald (late Eakins), Doctor Terence Kearney, Donald McDermott, Luke Smith, Hugh Cahilly, James Smith, Catr. Nixon, John Parr (late Whitacre), William Walsh, Andrew Wilson, Ann Armstrong
Monaghan Street: Ross Beatty, James Morrow
Pound Hill: George Allwell, same, James Campbell, John Gray, Dergt. Hamilton, same, John McCarney, James McGuire, Joseph McGuire, Wm. Prichard, Wm. Clarke
Whitehall Street: Christ. Bleakley, Wm. Bleakley, John Moore, Wm. Cochran, Andrew Clarke, same, same, Andrew Drum, John Fitzgerald, Finnegan & Smith, Mary Kirk, Wm Mackey, Andr. Monaghan, James Monaghan, Philip Murray, Robert Nevil, James Riddle, Nath. Wright, James Fitzgerald (late Winters)
The Crane: Hugh McMahon
Customs: Edw. Connolly

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Jenkins Deeds

PRONI D462/17 17/6/1768
Lease of land for lives renewable for ever, Rent £2.10s pa and duties
Alexr McCombe to Alexr Jenkins, Tullyvallen, Co Armagh of Altnamochan

PRONI D462/39 26/8/1793
Renewal of lease for lives, Rev Alexr McCombe, Ozier Hill to John Jenkin, Altnamakin

405:320:266091 - 29th August, 1787 Reg 19 Dec 1788
Alexander Jenkin of Tullyvallen & John Jenken of Altanamakan
Recites that Alexr Hamilton, late of Ballyvallen by deed of lease 23rd Apr 1760 gave to Alexr Jenkin lands of Tullyvallen then in possession of Wm Mercer for the lives of said Alex Jenkin, John Porter & James Jenken son to Alex Jenken
Recites Rev Alex McComb of Ozier Hill by lease 1768 demised to Alex Jenkin the NE end of Tullyelt Hill, part of the townland of Altnamaken for rent of £2 10s, lives Alexr McComb, Arthur McComb & Thos Tipping
Also Alexr Jenkin for 5s paid by John Jenken gives both properties
Deed witnessed by John Lockarber of Rathcarbery, and John Wallace of City of Dublin, gent
& this memorial also witnessed by said John Wallace & Robert Wallace of Rathcarberry

613:32:418303 22 Apr 1793 Reg 7 June 1809
Lease
John Jenkins of Altnamackin 1P
William Warnock of Loughreyscones, par Newtown, Co Down 2P
JJ to WW land in Tullyvallen, 40 acres Irish measure then in possession of John Shannon
Formerly possessed by Alexr Jenkins of Altnamakin for his life and lives of James and John Jenkins, the sons of s’d John Jenkin
DW James Clarke and John Wallace, City of Dublin, Attorney

625:29:427055 12 May 1810 Reg 16 May 1810
Sam’l Shannon of Tullyvallen, Par Newtownhamilton
James Jenkin of Altnamakin, linen draper
SS for £100 to JJ, land in Tullyvallen, 4 1/2 acres meared and bounded by s’d John Shannon’s farm on S by Robt Shannon’s farm on E & S and by Alexander Jenkins farm on W with 1 ½ acres of turf bog
DW; John Wallace, Abbey st, Dublin, gent & Attorney at law& John Jenkins sen , farmer, Altnamakin
MW John Wallace Dublin gent

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Lowry Deeds

From the Two Ulster Manors of Finagh & Castle Coole by Lord Belmore
On the 29th March, 1700, Robert Lowry obtained a lease for a year, and on the 30th March a release from John Hamilton of Caledon esq, for the consideration of £450, of the townland of Aghenis near Caledon, together with about eight acres in Loughmacnab. To this was attached liberty for Robert Lowry and his undertenants to cut turf on the turf bog of Ballyboy being a sessiagh of Aghenis, to be spent on the land, and also of grazing: on the said bog, and on the turf bog joining to the townland of Dromess in the parish of Aghaloo barony of Dungannon, excepting out of the grant the royalties and the two bogs themselves, except the right of cutting turf on the one and grazing on both; but granting all houses woods underwoods &c. Mr. Lowry and his tenants were to do suit and service at the manor court of Caledon, and to grind their corn at and pay mulcture to the mill there, provided there was sufficient water &;c.; and he was also to pay £3 ISa 6d (either directly to the Crown, or at his option through Mr Hamilton.
This is signed by John Hamilton, in presence of David M'Clenahan John Gamble Robert Maxwell Hugh Brown.

From the Two Ulster Manors of Finagh & Castle Coole by Lord Belmore
On the 30th January, 1705-6, Lord and Lady Dungannon, Lord Howth, Blaney Townley and Robert King, granted a lease for a year of the manor of Fynagh, and of a moiety of the presentation of Termonmaguirk, to Robert Lowry, of Aghenis, county Tyrone, the grandfather of the first Earl of Belmore, my own great grandfather. This manor (excepting the before-mentioned exceptions), or, more strictly speaking the greater part of it (for I believe two or three townlands have been sold), has consequently been in the possession of my family for a century and three-quarters: one of Robert Lowry's sons, his grandson, great grandson, great great grandson,§ and great great great grandson, have at some time of their lives represented the county of Tyrone in the House of Commons; one of them, the late Right Hon. Henry Corry for more than forty-seven years uninterruptedly. He was I believe, at the time of his death in 1873, the father of the House.
The lease for a year was in accordance with the statute for converting uses into possession, followed by a re-lease dated the next day (31st January, 1705-6). This document recites Lady Dungannon's marriage settlement and the mortgage to Damer; also a further loan of £500, for security for which, the said lands had been conveyed to him, as also the lands of Enockbairow in the county Down, and that Lord and Lady Dungannon had further borrowed a sum of £350 secured by judgments; and being minded to pay off the same, had agreed to sell Fynagh, and their moiety of the presentation to the advowson, to Robert Lowry for £115, he paying off the charges, and saving Lord and Lady Dungannon harmless; all the remaining lands are to be held by Lord and Lady Dungannon freed from the incumbrances, and the bonds or deeds are to be cancelled. £5,500 was the sum to be paid to Mr. Damer, £115 to Lord and Lady Dungannon.
This conveyance or release is signed
Dungannon
Arabella Susannah Dungannon
Howth
Blaney Townley
Robert King
The witnesses to the signature of Lord Howth are "Wm. Taylor, and Geo. Hamill," and to those of Lord and Lady Dungannon, "Geo. Hamill, Robt Hassard, and Wm. Barry."
This deed bears an endorsement whereby Lord and Lady Dungannon acknowledge to have received from Robert Lowry, full satisfaction and payment of and for the within mentioned sums of £500 and £350, secured to be paid to Damer by the recited deeds of mortgage, made for securing by deed of mortgage £500; and by the within mentioned bonds and judgment, entered into by the said Lord, and the Lady Beresford, to Darner for securing £350; by Robert Lowry having paid off the said sums to Damer, together with all interest, and having procured sufficient discharges “to us" (them) for the same from Damer, and having delivered up “to us" (them) the securities, and got satisfaction entered on record of judgment of [two sums of] £700 and £700; and they also acknowledge to have received the sum of £115, from which they release Robert Lowry and his heirs.
Signed 7th February, 1705
Dungannon
In presence of
Arabella Susannah Dungannon, John Hamilton, Robert Hassard, Robert Ross
Between the date of the deed and of the endorsement, i.e. on 2nd February, 1705, Lord and Lady Dungannon and Mr. Damer assigned all arrears of rent since 1703, to Robert Lowry. On the 4th February 1705, a deed was made between Joseph Damer of the first part; Thomas Bell of the city of Dublin, esq., and James Martm of the same, merchant, executors of the will of Andrew Smith of the same, merchant of the second part; and Oliver M'Causland of Rush, county Tyrone, esq., and Robert Lowry of Aghenis of the third part. It recites Lord and Lady Dungannon's mortgage for £4,000, and says that one sum of £2,000 (part of the £4,000) belonged to Damer, and that the other sum of £2,000 belonged to the executors of Smith. It also recites the loans of £500 and £350; the latter secured by two judgments against Lord Dungannon and the Right Hon. the Lady Beresford; and that £437 is due to Damer as interest on several loans; and to the executors £300. It recites the particulars of the agreement with Robert Lowry for paying off the loans, and paying the further sum of £115; and that M'Causland and Lowry have paid off £500 and £350, and given a bond to pay £437 108. Qd, on the 1st August next, being interest and cash due to Damer, and have given a bond to Bell and Martin to secure their £300 with interest. It is declared that the mortgage for £4,000 shall still affect the manor, &c., but that M'Causland and Lowry may pay to Damer either £500 or £1,000 on account thereof in one and each (several) payment, and to the executors £1,000 in one and each (separate) payment, on giving three months notice

Registry of Deeds

18:45:8293 19/20/07/1716 Reg 23/11/1716
Lease & Release
Rt Hon Lord Visc Ross 1P
Rt Hon William Conolly, Esq 2P
Release
1P for £2,043 sold to 2P
Manor, towns etc in Altydisart als Chichester, Bar of Dungannon, Tyr
DW Theobald Butler
DW Francis Bernard, Esq
DW John Butler, Merchant
by virtue of a commission to them by Lord Ross &
an Act of Parliament recited to enable S'd Lord Ross, not withstanding his nonage,
to settle a jointure on Mary, Visc Ross, his wife
with consent of Lord Berkly & Elizabeth, Visc Dowager Ross
DW Henry Buckley, Clk to Bruen Worthington, City of Dublin, Publick Notary
DW John Noble, Clk to s'd John Butler
DW s'd Bruen Worthington

26:166:15029 17/18/02/1719 Reg 22/02/1719
Lease & Release
Rt Hon William Conolly 1P
Robert Lowry, Aghenis, Tyr 2P
1p for £2,850 sold to 2P
DW William McCausland, City of Dublin, Gent
DWMW Alexander McClintock, City of Dublin, Gent

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Lucas Deeds

Thanks to Liam O'Connor for the following early description of the estate in 1683:

THE LUCAS ESTATE LANDS

Castleshane Manor Estate 1683
The extent of the estate in the late 17th century is indicated in a report to be found in House of Commons papers of 1837. This was a report to a Select Committee on Manor Courts in Ireland.

The following is a list of the townlands in 1683 as given in the report:
Shean, Edenbrone, Aughmacmongan, Aughtufigan, Teubrife, Lisminine, Lattygreave, Cordowlisbane, Cordowlisduff, Lenegore, Aughnaglogh, Cormurphy, Lissahigney, Corwillen, Corskelly, Aghricke, Aghlaverty three tates, Ballygreney twotates, Drumgolat, Grenon, Tullycumiskey, Fedans, Duskea, Pollans, Crossog, Molan, Clonborue, Tonagh, Lemgare, Cornahoe, Drugallon, Lisnagueve, Dundroman, PartAghnaskeen, Cashell, Avell, Corlagan, Annagh, Cash, Mullygarry, Annynbagh, Lackall, Dornigarry, Toome, Crinkill, Duarlatt, Culmanum three tates, Guasker,
Tonnyscallen, Clonanore, Cordevlis, Drumgriston, Corstagan, Corlea, Devlin, Moysnatt, Crieve and four tates, Doune, Cornebrandy, Litters two tates, Ardinlagh, Aughnameal, Lismagunshin, Enagh, Carrickmore, Clarderry, Cornemucklas, Latnakelly
Letters Patent constituting the manor, comprising the above-mentioned denomination of land, to be called the “Manor of Castleshane” were granted by Charles 11 to Francis Lucas Esq., of Castleshane and his heirs &c, dated 13 August 1683.

This is approx. 70 townlands; 12 are in the parish of Monaghan, 4 in Tyholland and the remainder in Clontibret.
Most are readily identifiable with current townland names.
The Down Survey and Book of Distribution of 1640 has Aghmcmorigan*, Agheterefeaghan * and Tyrebrewey* in the half ballybetagh of Ballymurphy along with Shian, Leamnagory*, Aghnaglough, Tyrelonma and Lismenan.
*It is most likely that these four townlands, the names of which have disappeared from use, were submerged into the new denomination of Castleshane Demesne
In the Tithe Applotments Book for Castleshane Demesne it is noted “ Castleshane Demesne includes Lemnagore, Anamorgan. Pt of Cordevlish, Edenbrone, Lattigar, Lismannan, Shane, Annaferagan(?)”

2:268:451 1708
Francis Lucas DW

4:486:1150 24/04/1710 Reg 9/05/1710
Lease
John Fleming, Stacolmockin, Co Meath, Knight 1P
Michael Fleming, Stacolmockin, Co Meath, Esq 2P
Francis Lucas, Castleshane, Monaghan, Esq 2P
1P demised to 2P
5 tates - Creive, Ballycranog, Corladargan + 2 tates of Corlostidining als Corlost in Parish, Barony & County of Monaghan
From 1st Nov then past for 999 years at £8 p. a.
DWMW Edward Lucas, Castleshane, Gent
DW Hector Graham, Clunmult, Co Monaghan, Gent

13:160:5488 14/10/1714 Reg 15/10/1714
Lease & Release
Thomas Walsh Moretown, Co Meath, Gent 1P
Francis Lucas Castleshane, Co Monaghan, Esq 2P
By release 1P for £650 granted 6 tates in Barony & County of Monaghan to 2P; release --- on payment of £650 & interest
DW Richard Grosvenor & Richard Owen both City of Dublin

41:388:26457 16/17/04/1724 Reg 30/06/1724
Lease & Release (Marriage Settlement)
Lease:
Lucy Savage, Widow & relict 1P
Hugh Savage, late of Ardkin, Co Down, dec'd
Francis Savage, Ardkin, Co Down, Eldest son of H & L s 1P
Philip Savage, 2nd son of above 1P
Francis Lucas, City of Dublin, Esq 2P
Release: Indenture Quadripartite
S'd Lucy Savage 1P
s'd Francis Savage 1P
s'd Francis Savage 1P
Edward Lucas, Castleshane, Monaghan 2P
Mary Lucas, Eldest dau of Edward, 2P
S'd Francis Lucas 3P
S'd Francis Lucas 4P
Rowland Savage, Portaferry, Co Down, Esq 4P
Marriage between Francis Savage & Mary Lucas
Said release 1P grant Ardkin & various other lands listed to Francis Lucas to uses therein mentioned
DW S'd Rowland Savage
DW James Smart, Ballygelagh, Co Down
DWMW William Carroll, Servant to Francis Savage
DW Charles Savage, Ardkin, Gent
DW Luke Dixon, Servant to Edward Lucas
DW John Clark, Servant to Francis Savage
DWMW William Dervall
DWMW James Wilde, Clerk to Bruen Worthington, Publick Notary

41:442:26735 21/7/1724
Cadwallader, Ld Blayney sells lands to pay debts; trustees appointed by Parliament include Francis Lucas

46:164:28142 26/27/07/1724 Reg 17/02/1724
Lease & Release
Francis Lucas, City of Dublin, Esq 1P
Edward Lucas, Castleshane, Co Mon, Esq 1P
Lucy Savage, Widow of 1P
Hugh Savage, Ardkin, Co Down, dec'd
Francis Savage, Eldest son of Hugh 2P
Philip Savage, Ballygelagh, Co Down 3P
Release:
1P for £1,900 by 2P (as to estate devised to him by s'd Hugh Savage being discharged from portion bequeathed to younger children)
granted unto 3P towns of Ballygelagh
DW Patrick Savage, Ballygelagh, Co Down, Gent
DWMW James Smart, Ballygelagh, Co Down, Gent
DWMW James Smart, Ballygelagh, Co Down, Gent

55:197:36548 5/02/1713 Reg 4/01/1727
Lease
Oliver Ancketill, Ancktillgrove, Truagh, Co Monaghan 1P
John McKenna, Barony of Monaghan 2P
1P for rent £18.6.6 + 24 bushells of oats yearly demises to 2P
1/2 tate Tonishanden, Truagh
2P & his heirs being Protestants
Lives: s'd John McKenna & Neugent & Francis McKenna, his sons
1P agrees to insert 4th life on decease of one
DW Alexander Mountgomery, Ancktillgrove
DWMW John Conlan, Refinan
DW John McCall, Ancktillgrove
MW Patrick Duffy, Monaghan, Innkeeper

60:469:41991 22/02/1723 Reg 27/11/1729
Instrument in Writing
5 part indenture (8/07/1720)
Edward Lucas, Castleshane, Monaghan, Esq, 1P
Thomas Lucas, Eldest son of Edward 1P
Hon Alice Blaney als Lucas, wife of Thomas 1P
& one of the sisters of
Cadwallader, Ld Blaney, Baron of Monaghan 2P
Robert Maxwell, Faulkland, Monaghan 2P
Edward Dixie, City of Drogheda, Esq 3P
Rev Thomas Smith, City of Dublin, 3P
Oliver Ancktile, Ancktiles Grove, Mon, Esq 4P
William Smith, Drumcree, Westmeath, 4P
Rt Hon James Caulfield, City of Dublin, Esq, 5P
Marmaduke Coghill, City of Dublin, Esq, 5P
Lands therein mentioned limited after decease of Edward Lucas to 5P
5P out of rents to pay
Mary Lucas, daughter of Edward, £100 p. a.
+ raise sum of £3,500 for daughters & younger sons of Edward Lucas for marriage portions
£1,500 of 3,500 as portion for said Mary Lucas
DW Robert Maxwell, Faulkland, Mon, Esq
DW Rev Oliver Douglass
DWMW John Maxwell
MW Walter Graham, Mon, Gent

63;407;44148 -31/10/ 1719
Edward Lucas of Castleshane & eldest son, Thomas 1P
William Pidgeon, Castleshane 2P
1P demise to 2P land in Shean & Aghnamorgan for lives of William Pidgeon, Charles Pidgeon, 2nd son & Isaac Pidgeon, 4th son
DW Rev John Farquhar
DWMW Thomas Shekleton, Newry Co Down
DWMW Thomas Skelton, Newry, Co Down
MW Charles Dugan, Monaghan

75:303:53062 (140) 18/02/1733 Reg 19/04/1743
Indented Deed
John Mahalin, Castletown, Louth, Farmer 1P
Elizabeth Mahalin als Hill, his wife 1P
John Griffith, Cornapeast, Mon Gent 1P
Moses Moreton, Killiorand, Ferm, Gent 1P
Michael Hill, Dundalk, Louth, Gunsmith 1P
Edward Hill, City of Dublin, Gent 1P
John Hill, Clonfad, Mon, Gent
Francis Lucas, City of Dublin, Esq 2P
Moses Moreton at nomination of others etc assigned to 2P 2 tates of Tullyhumphry & Clonfad, Dartry, Mon
DWMW Michael Ennis, Kilshanlis, Mon, Gent
DWMW Francis Ennis, Cootehill, Cavan, Gent

110:536:79168 9 June 1744 Reg 12/6/1744
Mary Coghill, Drumcondra, spinster
Joshua Pullan of Clonallan, Down, DD and Chancellor of Diocese of Dromore
MC to JP Greenan & 1/2 town Clonlea in lordship of Newry for £1,400
Wit: Francis Lucas, Dublin & Th Mulock, Dublin

116:27:79316 21/22 Mar 1743 Reg 3 July 1744
Lease & Release
Edward Lucas, Castleshane, Monaghan, Esq 1P
Edward Lucas, the younger, Castleshane, grandson & heir of 1P, 2P
John Reilly, City of Dublin; Esq 3P
Malcolm McNeale, City of Dublin 4P
Rev John Hawkshaw, Monaghan, Clerk 5P
Rev John Maxwell, Faulkland, Monaghan, Clerk 5P
Rt Hon & Rev Charles Ld Blayney, Baron of Monaghan 6P
Philip Savage of Rocksavage, Down 6P
Francis Lucas City of Dublin 7P
1P & 2P to 3P lands of Castleshane for 10s in pursuance of agreement in said release mentioned
DW Adam Nixon, Clontebret, Clerk
DW William Lee, Tullyhale, Louth, Gent
DW Charles Daily, Castleshane, Gent
{perfected by Lucas}
DW Hugh Savage, City of Dublin, Gent
DW Henry Garrod, City of Dublin, Gent
{perfected by Reilly}
DW Philip Skelton, Castleshane, Clerk
DW Richard Boyle, Castleshane, Yeoman

137:216:93038 29/08/1749 Reg 1/12/1749
Marriage Articles
John Whiteway, City of Dublin, Gent 1P
George Nugent, elder, Castlerickard, Meath, Esq 2P
George Nugent, Esq, his eldest son 2P
Jane Nugent, 4th dau of George, elder 3P
Thomas Pakenham, Pakenham Hall, Co W'm, Esq 4P
Michael Swift, City of Dublin, Gent 4p
Articles made on marriage for securing £400 by 2P
Together with £300 secured by bond of 1P
1p & 2P to 3P + children
DW Francis Tipper, Lyons Dennin, Meath, Farmer
DWMW Rev John Payne, Castlerickard, Clerke
MW John Constable, City of Dublin, Merchant

143:202:96575 14 Nov 1748 Reg 12 Nov 1750
Settlement
Edward Lucas, younger, Castleshane, Co Monaghan Esq 1P
Elizabeth Lucas als Savage, his wife 1P
Francis Savage, Ardkeen, Co Down, Esq 2P
John Reilly, City of Dublin 3p
William Savage, Portaferry, Co Down, Esq 3P
Edward Lucas to Francis Savage, Castleshane from day of death of Edward Lucas for 99 years
MWDW George Ward, Ballyphillip, Clerke
DW Henry Tisdale, Portaferry, Co Down Gent
DW James Ewart, Ballygelagh, Gent
DW Ezekiel Bullock, City of Dublin
MW Edward King, City of Dublin, Gent

146:552:99902 19/12/1745 Reg 20/08/1751
Deed
Edward Lucas, Castleshane, Co Mon, Esq 1P
Arthur Connolly, Aghnaglock, Co Mon 2P
1P demised to 2P
Parcell of land in Aghnaglough (11 or 12 acres) for 31 years Rent £1.6
DWMW Hugh Flannagin, Drumgulett, Co Mon, Farmer
DW Robert McIlwain, Castleshane, Co Mon, Butler to s'd Edwd L
MW Francis Cooper, Glasslough, Co Mon, Merchant

191;139;127330 15/6/1753 Reg 16/2/1758
Lease
Edward Lucas, late of Castleshane, Co Monaghan, Esq 1P
Mary Blayney, Town of Monaghan, Spinster 2P
1P demises to 2P tenement opposite PKatrick Gernons house formerly in possession of Thomas Roberts and now in posssession of Mary Blayney
Lives: Francis Lyons, son of Edward Lyons, Mary Blayney & John Ross, 4th son of John Ross of Castleshane
DW James Roberts, late of Castleshane, yeoman
DWMW Robert McIlwaine of Castleshane, farmer
MW Richard Boyle of Castleshane, merchant

158:429:106592 3 Apr 1752 Reg 6 Feb 1753
Agreement (Marriage Settlement)
Rev Joseph Warren, Carrickmacross, Monaghan 1P
Edward Lucas, Castleshane, Co Monaghan 2P
Sarah Lucas, Castleshane,spinster, daughter of Thomas Lucas, dec'd 2P
Francis Lucas, Grenon, Co Monaghan, Esq 3P
Rev Francis Lucas, Clones, Co Monaghan 3P
Marriage between Joseph & Sarah
Reciting lease 4 Mar 1742 by Rev Stafford Warren, dec'd & Jane Hughes to George Newton, City of Dublin, merchant of tenement in Dublin formerly in possession of William Whitmore, merchant and that Joseph Warren is now intitled to; if Joseph dies it goes ot Sarah and then her child.
DW Robert McIlwaine, Castleshane
DWMW William Ekins, Castleshane
MW Thomas Noble, Donamoine, Monaghan, Gent

188:3:123752 22/2/1757 Reg 28/2/1757
Mortgage
Alexander Montgomery, Abbeville, Co Dublin, Esq 1P
Edwd Lucas, younger, Castleshane Co Monaghan, Esq &
Rev Francis Lucas, Bellview, Fermanagh 2P
Rev Joseph Warren, Carrickmacross, 3P
1P for £500 paid by 2P (by the consent of Joseph Warren)
grants 2P six tates Kilmore & 2 tates Clonkeen, Co Monaghan subject to redemption
MW Brabazon Noble, Donamoine, Co Monaghan, gent & Murray Kathrens, City of Dublin, gent

192:361:127979 26/27/12/1756 Reg 21/04/1758
Lease & Release (Marriage Settlement)
Lease:
George Nugent, Castlerickard, Co Meath, Esq 1P
Edward Lucas, Younger, Castleshean, Esq, Co Mon 2P
Rev Joseph Warren, Carrickmacross, Co Mon 2P
John Whiteway, City of Dublin, Gent 2P
Release: 4 Parties
said George Nugent 1P
Francis Lucas, Grenon, Co Mon, Esq 2P
Elizabeth Lucas, dau of said Francis 3P
said Edward Lucas, Joseph Warren & John Whiteway 4P
Reciting in release:
Marriage between GN & EL
1P granted to 4P lands as follows in Meath & Westmeath
Knocktyan, bar Farhill, w'm (34a)
Ballrath, Bar Moyashell & Magheredernon, w'm 109a
U & L Castlerickard, Meath 865a
John Duffestown, Farbill, W'm
Hodgestown, Farbill, W'm
Lordsland & Adensland Farbill, W'm 61a
Joristown, Farbill, W'm 165a
Higginstown, Farbill W'm 110a
DW James Swanzy, Avellreagh, Co Mon, Gent
DWMW Rev Adam Nixon, Vicar of Clontibrett, Co Mon

212:355:139520 20th June, 1761 Reg 22/6/1761
John Coulson of Belmont, Fermanagh, Rev Francis Lucas, Clonkeen, Monaghan, Charles Eccles, Fintona (grandson of Charles, late of Fintona, dec'd & heir of Daniel Eccles of Fintona, dec'd, his father) 1st part
Robert Eccles, Belturbet, 2nd son of Daniel, Anna Coyne, orse Eccles, executrix of Mary Eccles, dec'd, Alex McClintock, Drumcar, Robert Lowry, Melbury, eldest son of Robert Lowry of Aghenis & Galbraith Lowry of Aghenis, 2nd part
Henry Richardson of Belturbet, Dr, 3rd part
cites deeds of 1723 7 1743 detailing further transfer of lands to various trustees
*** Mary made Anna Coyne sole executrix who soon after married Nicholas Coyne Sold to John Coulson, Francis Lucas & Galbraith Lowry
Lots of interested parties but (I think) land goes to Henry Richardson: Lands of Drumson & others
DW Matthew Black, servant to Robert Eccles
DW Daniel Ley, Co Monaghan, gent
DWMW Daniel Stanford, City of Dublin, gent
DWMW John Branagan clerk to Daniel Stanford

227:201:146510 20/21/12/1758 Reg 17/05/1793
Indented Deed of Lease & Release
Ann Hamersly, widow & executrix of last will of George Hamersly, late of Clonkeen, Co Monaghan 1P
Rev Francis Lucas of Clonkeen, Clerk 2P
Reciting that 1P for £500 by 2P makes over lands of Clunkeen & Lissalally in possession of 2P in Manor of Terney, Barony of Dartry, Co Monaghan during lives of Ann Hamersly, Joseph Hamersly, her son & William Ley, son to William Ley of Curraghastee, Co Monaghan, Gent
DW Alexander McDonald, Templetate, Co Monaghan
DWMW Thomas Noble, Summerhill, Gent
MW Daniel Ley, Clonkeen, Clones, Co Monaghan

231:212:149659 1/2/03/1764 Reg 2/03/1764
Lease & Release
Ralph Smith, Portlich, Co Westmeath, Esq 1P
Elizabeth Nugent, Castlerickard, Co Meath, widow of 2P
George Nugent, Late Castlerickard, Esq, Dec'd
& one of the guardians of
George Lucas Nugent only son & heir of GN
1P for considerations demised to 2P Part of Mylestown, Bar Farbill, Co Westmeath (21 acres)
DWMW John Whiteway, City of Dublin, Gent
DWMW George Woods, Clerk to William Crow, City of Dublin, Gent

236:528:553354 27/28/10/1762 Reg 15/05/1765
Lease & Release (Marriage Settlement)
William Ley, Leysborough, Co Monaghan, Esq 1P
Rev Francis Lucas, Clonkeen, Co Mon, Gent 2P
Edward Lucas, Moynalty, Co Mon 3P
David Ley, Doholland, Co Mon 3P
Charles Coote, Cootehill, Co Cavan, Esq 4P
Edward Lucas, Castleshane, Co Mon 4P
Mary Lucas, Widow & Executrix of 5P
Francis Lucas, Late of Grenon &
Mary Coghill, spinster ors called Lucas, 3rd dau of said Mary Lucas 5P
Reciting marriage between William Ley & Mary Lucas, the younger
William Ley as marriage portion & in consideration of sum of 5s paid by
said Francis Lucas &
John Bradshaw
to FL & JB various lands in Mon incl Leysborough for uses in deed
& by deed of release
Elizabeth Ley, mother of said William to receive annuity &
Mary Lucas, elder who is entitled to charge on lands of Castleshane of £1,250
gives William Ley the sum of £1,000
DWMW James Swansey of Abelreagh
DW John Shegog of Deraghlog, Co Monaghan Gent
DW John Redoak, Castleshane

239;267;157271 23rd Sept 1765 Reg 7/11/1765
Lease & Release
Wm Ley of Tatinmacmorris, Fermanagh & Elizabeth Ley ose Graydon ose Eccles his wife of 1st Part
Ed Lucas, Castleshane 2nd Part
release between said Wm & Eliz of 1st Part
Rev Francis Lucas, Clonkeen of 2nd Part
Said Edward Lucas of 3rd Part
Reciting William & Elizabeth release to Edward Lucas one undivided 1/5 part of Shannock, Co Fermanagh as share of said Elizabeth’s legacy in trust & money bequeathed by last will of Mary Eccles
Where did the land actually go?
I think it went to Edward ‘in trust’
MW: John Mullhollan, Conaghy, Co Monaghan, Esq & Daniel Stanford, City of Dublin, gent

267:94:168601 11/06/1767 Reg 22/12/1767
Lease
Thomas Lucas Toushallon, Par Tydavnet, Co Mon 1P
John Sheegog, Derynaglog, Par Clentubris, Co Mon 2P
1P for yearly rent of £1.2.9 per acre demised to 2P all that part of Corlusk, then & formerly in the possession of Nugent McKenna and his undertenants containing 35 acres Plantation Measure in the Parish & Co of Monaghan
Lives: Thomas Lucas & Arabella Lucas, his wife & Francis Lucas, brother to Thomas
DW John Newgrove, Par Tydavnet, Co Monaghan
DWMW Francis Carroll, Castleshane, Co Mon, Gent
MW George Sheegog

*** Sheegog held Corlust from Edward Lucas by a later deed from 22/08/1778 (477:537:303267)

319:25:209365 (21) 1/061776 Reg 5/09/1776
Indented Deed
Edmond Allen, Carrickatean, Cavan, Esq 1P
Frances Allen, his wife 1P
Patrick Brady, City of Dublin, Gent 2P
Ralph Harman, Ballyhaire, Cavan 3P
Edward Reilly, Cullentragh, Cavan 3P
William Magrath, City of Dublin 4P
Recites:
1P at present Easter term levied a fine unto 2P the Manor of Haygate &
of 1/4 part into 4 equal parts to be divided the towns & lands of Haygate, Ferm (all lands named)
and that a common recovery was agreed.
DWMW Christopher Harman, Kilmainham, Cavan, Esq
DWMW Francis Reilly, Cornestillan, Cavan, Esq
DW Ferdinand Ward, Dublin
DW Patrick Hanlon, Glenervy, Cavan, Gardiner

321:447:209 14 June 1776 Reg 24 Sept 1778
Indenture
Charles Mayne Esq 1P
Isabella Lucas 1P
Executors of Francis Lucas, dec'd who was the surviving trustee in a deed of marriage settlement executed by Joseph Warren of Clontibret, Monaghan, Clerk on his marriage to Sarah Warren als Lucas
Rev Joseph Warren 2P
Sarah Warren, his wife 2P
Frances Warren, widow and sole acting executor of Joshua Warren, Esq, late of Gattrin, Co Meath 3P
Recites indenture 12 Mar 1772 between Joshua Warren and said execs of Francis Lucas dec'd and Joseph Warren and Sarah Warren
Said Joshua for £800 grants to Charles Mayne and Isabella Lucas lands of Kiltale, Co Meath and for £500 Charles Mayne and Isabella Lucas grant above lands to Frances Warren
DW Rev Michael Ennis, Carrickmacross, Co Monaghan
DW Thomas Lucas, Ballyshannon, Co Donegal
DW Thomas Louthin, Ballyshannon, Apothecary
MW James McInerney, City of Dublin, writing clerk to Richard Dawson

331;67;222692 6th April, 1779 Reg 3/8/1799 Indented Deed
John Coulson of Belmont, Fermanagh (eldest son & heir & executor of late John Coulson) 1P
Isabella Lucas (Eccles) Widow and surviving Executrix of Rev Francis Lucas of Clonkeen 1 P
John McClintock of Drumcar, Co Louth, Executor & residual legatee of Alex McClintock 2P
Daniel Eccles of Killbrusky, Fermanagh only surviving child of Robert Eccles, late of Belturbet & Anne Eccles, orse Boggs, both dec’d 3P
1P & 2P granted 3P part of lands of Drumsaw in possession of Daniel & Tattynegor orse Tattenegoran, Lissnamaallaght, Bawsallagh, Tatttenecommin, Conaghees, Corlagh & 2 tates called Lamy & Lurganboy in Barony of Clonkelly
DWMW Daniel Eccles, Fintona, Co Tyrone
DWMW John Gash, servant to Daniel Eccles of Rathmoran

385:524:255903 10/10/1785 Reg 24/03/1789
ID - Assignment
Isabella Lucas ors Eccles wife of
Rev Francis Lucas, dec'd and daughter of
Daniel Eccles & Mary Eccles dec'd
Mary Haly ors Lucas
Thomas Lucas
Daniel Eccles Edward Lucas
Francis Lucas
William Lucas
Alice Lucas
Francis Anne Harris ors Lucas
Charles Robert Lucas
All children of Isabella & Rev Francis
Patrick Haly, Ballyshannon, Co Donegal, husband of Mary
John Harris, Mullindavagh, Co Monaghan, husband of Frances Anne
John Dickson, Ballyshannon, Esq
All 1P
Thomas Dickson, Lodge, Co Leitrim 2P
Recites that Isabella Lucas by virtue of several deeds and by will of Mary Eccles is intitled to the sum of £500 chargeable on Shannock & Cornamucklagh, Co Fermanagh
Said Isabella + children + husbands + John Dickson for £400 by Thomas Dickson assign said sum of £500 and all their share of sale of lands of Shannock
DW William McLaughlin, Lodge, Co Leitrim
DWMW William King, Lodge, Co Leitrim

411:496:272537 3/09/1789
Indented deed on Declaration of Trust
Rev Daniel Lucas, Clogherney, Co Tyrone, Clerk 1P
Thomas Lucas, Lieutenant in HM 10th Regisment of Foot 2P
William Lucas, Fintona, Co Tyrone 2P
Edward Richardson, Poplar Vale, Co Monaghan 2P
Alice Lucas ors Richardson, his wife 2P
John Harris, Clonkeen, Clones, Co Monaghan 2P
Frances Anne Harris ors Lucas, his wife 2P
Patrick Healy, Ballyshannon, Co Donegal 2P
Mary Healy ors Lucas, his wife 2P
William Ley, Leysborough, Co Monaghan
Charles Lucas
Recites lands of Shannock, 140 acres, Co Fermanagh & lands of Clonkeen, Clones, Co Monaghan vested in Daniel Lucas during the natural life of William Ley, interest thereon to pay Charles Lucas £50, Alice Richardson £20, Francis Anne Harris £15, Mary Healy £15 Daniel Lucas £8 & Thomas Lucas £6
DW William Wilson, City of Dublin, Attorney
DWMW Andrew Young, Monaghan

417:161:272538 2/3/09/1789
Indented Deed of Lease & Release
Isabella Lucas, widow of late Rev Francis Lucas, dec'd & surviving executrix of his will 1P
Rev Daniel Lucas, son of Francis 2P
1P for natural love and affection for her children & with their consent & 10s to 2P
Lands of Shannock + bog, Co Fermanagh as were enjoyed by Elizabeth Ley, dec'd (140 acres)
Lands of Clonkeen & Lisalally, Clones, Co Monaghan (120 acres) during the life of William Ley of Leysborough, Co Monaghan as are now held by reps of the late Rt Hon Lord Dacre
To pay Isabella 1/3 of all profit & the remaining 2/3 to be distributed amongst children of late Francis Lucas
DW William Wilson, City of Dublin, Attorney
DWMW Andrew Young, Monaghan

432:381:281012 19/12/1789 Reg 8/03/1791
ID of Annuity
Edward Lucas, Newgrove, Co Armagh, Esq 1P
Francis Lucas, Newgrove, Co Armagh, eldest son of Edward 2P
1P to 2p; Rent charge of £70 p. a. on lands of Creeve, Corlust, Kilnamaddy & Kingory, Co Monaghan
DW Thomas Leigh, Clare Castle, Co Armagh, Esq
DWMW George Gray, jun, Loughadian, Co Down, Linen Draper

468:341:302302 29/10/1793 Reg 21/11/1793
Indented Deed
James Robinson, Clones, Co Monaghan, Linen Buyer 1P
Thomas Lucas, Lieut in HM 10th Reg of Foot 2P
John Harris, Annananam, Co Fermanagh, Esq 2P
Frances Anne Harris ors Lucas, his wife 2P
Francis Lucas, Esq, Knocko, Co Ferm 2P
Charles Lucas, Lieut in HM Fermanagh Militia 2P
Patrick Healy, Ballyshannon, Co Donegal 2P
Mary Healy ors Lucas his wife 2P
Rev Daniel Lucas, Clogherny, Co Tyrone 2P
Isabella Lucas, Clonkeen, Co Mon, Widow 2P
2P appointed 1P agent to lands of Shannock, Co Ferm & Clonkeen, Lissalaly, Co Mon
{Rents paid as follows:
Isabella Lucas £80 p. a.
Thomas Lucas in his own right £15 13s 6p
Thomas Lucas in right of William Lucas dec'd £1 4s 11p
Thomas Lucas in right of Edward Richardson £120 9s 10p
John Harris £116 3s
Charles Lucas £170 13s
Mary Healy £8 19s
Daniel Lucas £9 14s
Francis Lucas £10 but to pay Andrew Young, Atty, his bill of costs for business in 1784
+ £10 p. a. to James Robinson}
DW Andrew Clerkin, Clonkeen
DWMW Andrew Young, City of Dublin
DWMW John Bradshaw, City of Dublin

477:231:302860 19/20/11/1793 Reg 14/12/1793
Lease & Release
Edward Richardson, Poplar Vale, Co Monaghan, Esq 1P
Thomas Lucas, Esq, Lieutenant in HM 10th Reg of Foot 2P
Release recites 1P for considerations assigns to 2P by virtue of Bargin & Sale to him by said (Richard ?) Richardson for 1 whole year by indenture bearing date above in consideration of 5s
Edward Richardson's share of lands of Shannock with turf bog + portion of Clonkeen & lissalally, Co Monaghan during life of William Ley of Leysborough under Reps of late Lord Dacre
DW James Johnston, City of Dublin, Attorney
DWMW Alexander Brown, Gent, his clerk

493:43:319587 26/01/1796 Reg 26/01/1796
Indented Deed
Francis Lucas, Clones, Co Monaghan, Esq 1P
Thomas Lucas, Kinsale, Co Cork 2p
1P to 2P for considerations mentioned, his share in Manor of Shannock & Cornamuclagh, Fermanagh & his share in Clonkeen & Lissalally, Co Monaghan for life of Thomas Ley, Leysborough
DW James Johnston, City of Dublin, Attorney at law
DWMW James Meade, City of Dublin, Clerk to James Johnston

547:187:360413 1/05/1802 Reg 3/05/1802
ID L & R
William Ley, Leysborough, Co Mon 1P
Francis Lucas, Tanderagge, Arm, 2P, eldest son of
Edward Lucas, late of Newgrove, Arm, dec'd
Rev Edward Lucas, Rector of Cootehill / Drumgeel
1P claimed title to estates of 2P both in Cos of Mon & Arm late in C's possession
1P in consideration of £600 from 2P relinquished claim
Reserved yearly sum of £12 out of s'd land
Lands in Arm: Shulum & Clanichlain
Lands in Mon: Tollycomas & Greenan
+ advowson of parish of Cootehill / Drumgeel then in possession of D
DW Mary Ley, wife of 1P
DWMW Richard Ley, Leysborough, eldest son of 1P
DWMW John Shegogg, Loughbrickland, Down, gent

659:292:456012 (155) 1/04/1818 Reg 1806/06/1813
ID
Francis Lucas, City of Dublin, Esq 1P
John Mayne, City of Dublin, Esq 1P
May Lucas, Warrenpoint, Down, Spinster, sister of FL 2P
Elizabeth Lucas, Warrenpoint, Down, Spinster, sister of FL 2P
Edward Lucas, Capt HM 67th Reg of Foot, brother of FL 3P
William Patterson, L'd, Merchant 4P
Edward Fitzgerald, Bank of Ireland, Gent 5p
1P in pursuance of powers vested in deed (1/01/1796) demised lands of Creeve, Corlust etc, Mon + Tythes of Cullenkill + other lands + £2,000 to "P + 3P
Deed includes numerous other provisions
DWMW William Bolger, Att'y, City of Dublin
DW Michael Rogers, Town of Carlow

749:226:509561 26/11/1819 Reg 17/02/1820
Conveyance
Thomas Ellis, Master of HM High Ct of Chancery 1P
William Patterson, Co Down, Esq 2P
Andrew McClelland, Banbridge, Down, Esq 3P
William Hudson, Ballydown, Down, Esq 3P
Walter Crawford, Ballyeivy house, Down, Esq 3P
Exors of Nathaniel Shaw, dec'd
who was surviving exor of
George Grey, dec'd
William Grey, Greymount, Armagh, Esq, eldest son & heir of George 4P
John Barker, Ashgrove, Cavan, Esq 5P
Richard Ley, Leysborough, Mon, Esq 5P
trustees for marriage on 4/01/1794 of
Francis Lucas, Esq, late of Warrenpoint, dec'd &
Elizabeth Lucas ors Ley
John McClelland, Ballybay, Monaghan 6P
3P & 4P with consent of 5P & 1P granted to 6P various lands in Co Monaghan
DWMW for A McC Thomas Crozier, Banbridge, Att'y & John Srererien, Ballymoney, Down, Gent
DW for William Hudson Thos C & William Merredil? Banbridge, Sadler
DW for William Crawford Thos C & George Crozier, Banbridge
DW for William Grey Thos Croz & James Grey, Gardiner St, Dublin, Gent

760:75:516010 (56) 13/02/1821 Reg 24/02/1821
ID Mortgage
Christopher Edmond Allen, City of Dublin, Esq 1P
Ralph Allen, only son of 1P, City of Dublin, Esq 2P
William Morton Harman, City of Dublin, Esq 3P
Rev Richard Graves, jun Co Armagh 4P
Recites L & R 29-30/01/1818:
Christopher Edmond Allen, City of Dublin, Esq 1P
Ralph Allen, only son of 1P, City of Dublin, Esq 2P
William Bays, City of Dublin, Esq 3P
only son & heir of William Bays, late of Dublin, Att'y
William Clancy, City of Dublin, Att'y 4P
William Morton Harman 5P
Reciting:
1P & 2P seized of Manor of Haygate subject to mortgage (27/06/1778)
raised by Edmond Allen, father of Christopher to Richard Lehunte, Esq for £600
which mortgage was used in marriage settlement of 1P (9/11/1790) in trust for 1P
& after his decease to raise £600 for
Elizabeth Maria (Martha?) Allen his only daughter
This £600 + a further £400 to daughter out of Higate
1P, 2P & 3P convey Manor of Haygate to 4P
Here:
William Morton Harmon to raise £500 for 2P to purchase Army Commission
1P, 2P & 3P convey Highgate to 4P (Rev Richard Graves)
DWMW WAlker Keely, Aungier St, Dublin
MW John Litton, City of Dublin, Att'y

778:386:527121 4/02/1823 Reg 6/02/1823
Mortgage
Richard Ley, late of Leysborough, Mon & now Sandymount, Dublin 1P
surviving trustee of marriage on 4/01/1796? between
Francis Lucas, dec'd &
Elizabeth Ley
John Mayne, French St, Dublin, Esq 2P
trustee of will of s'd Francis Lucas
Solomon Watson, C'y Dub Merchant 3P
2P for £500 granted to 3P
several lands in Co Armagh for 21 years subject to redemption
DWMW John R Mayne & Edward C Mayne
DW Elizabeth Lucas
DW Anne Tyrry

From the National Archives of Ireland
Case taken (13/02/1839) by Davis Lucas in respect of the unadministered goods of Francis Lucas of Castleshane, died 1744
against various great, great grandnephews & nieces of the deceased viz
Edward Lucas, Margaret Lucas, Elizabeth Courtney ors Lucas, Widow, Alice Richardson ors Lucas (wife of Major Edward Richardson), Robert Lucas, Elizabeth Lucas, widow, Elinor Allen ors Ley, Widow, Anne Terry ors Ley, Widow and Francis Lee or Ley.
A Public Edict hath been issued against Francis Lee or Ley.

Notes:
Francis Lucas, dec'd (see will of 1744)

576:403:392551 31 Dec 1805 Not Registered
Deed of marriage
Rev Edward Lucas, Wood Lodge Co Cavan 1P
Olivia Hamilton, Town and County of Monaghan, spinster, dau of late Sir James Hamilton of Monaghan 2p
Dacre Hamilton Town and County of Monaghan, 3p
Skeffington Hamilton Town and County of Monaghan, 3P
Sir James Hamilton by his last will bequeathed residue to his children and Olivia is entitled to 1/11 + interest in lands in Longford
Edward only entitled to a life interest had insured life for £4983
2p to 3p her above interest + if she survives her mother Catherine Hamilton
1P to 3P deed of insurance
DWMW Robert Lucas, Monaghan, Esq
DWMW Hugh Hawkshaw Monaghan, Esq
This memorial was crossed out and not registered though the marriage did in fact take place.

793:571:536306 10/07/1824 Reg 1/07/1824
ID
Thomas Lucas, Killany, Cork, Esq 1P
John Curley, Clones, Mon, Esq 2P
recites:
1P granted to 2P, in his possession, 1P's undivided 5/9th of undivided 7/13th part of Manor of Shannock
Subject to mortgage theretofore executed by 1P to 2P of £1,500
DWMW John Bradshaw, Dorset St, City of Dublin, Gent
DWMW Francis McCann, Temple St, Dublin, Writing Clerk

Shannock Estate

1903:83:138 2/12/1903 Reg 15/12/1903
Conveyance
Anna Jenkins, The Lodge, Tullaghan, Leitrim 1P
Daniel EL Dickson, Killeady Rectory, Ashford, Limerick 1P
Hester F Dickson, Hollybrooke, Lisnaskea, Ferm, Spinster 1P
Annie Eccles, Beechwood, Loughlinstown, Co Dublin 1P
Robert J Reynolds, The Mullens, Ballyshannon, Donegal, Esq 1P
Thomas L Woodwright Lucas, The Barracks, Cardiff, S Wales, Major in HM Army 1P
Annie Lucas, 144 Pembroke Rd, Dublin, Spinster 1P
John H Morell, Northern Bank House, Ballinamore, Leitrim, Esq 1P
Fermanagh Co Council 2P
Re Lands Clauses Act in respect of purchase of lands for construction of new road
Lands:
Cornacreen, Ferm (O Philip Cadden, Owen Cassidy, John Clifford, John Shiels)
Bunnablaneybane, Ferm (O Patrick Durnian)
DW Archibald Noble, Lisnaskea, Merchant
DWMW John Bryson, Lisnaskea, Merchant
DW I Crowe, The Lodge, Tullaghan
DW LY Ellis, The Lodge, Tullaghan
DW Alice Annie Dickson, Spinster, Killeady Rectory, Ashford, Limerick
DW Alexandra H Dickson, Spinster, Killeady Rectory, Ashford, Limerick
DW Ida Sarah Hackett, 26 Kenilworth Pk, Rathgar
DW Hester Catherine Eccles, Beechgrove, Loughlinstown
DW Bridget Harte, The Mullens, Donegal, Spinster
DW J Owen Quirke, Col, The Barracks, Cardiff, S Wales
DW JV Taylor, Capt, The Barracks, Cardiff, S Wales
DW Robert Crowther, Law Clerk, 1 Westmoreland St, Dublin
DW WV Ledall, Solicitor, 1 Westmoreland St, Dublin
DW James McTiernan, Solititor, Ballinamore
DW Hugh Maloney, Law Clerk, Ballinamore

PRONI: FIN/23/6/465
Irish Land Commission
Estates Commission
Land Act 1903 - Priority, 1905
Solicitor, Russell McWilliam, 41 Lr Sackville St
Estate of
Robert Lowry Dickson Eccles
William Henry nash
Daniel Eccles Lucas Dickson
Hester Frances Dickson, Spt
Anna Elizabeth Eccles, Wd
John Harris Morell
James Fitzgerald Crowe
Thomas Lucas Woodwright Lucas
Frederick Scott
Anna Elizabeth Lucas, spr
Robert James Fitzgerald

ca. 1909 Tenants complain of delay
There are files from 1906-12

PRONI: FIN/48/3/796
NI Land Act, 1925
Land Purchase Commission, NI
Rev Lionel Gilbert Frank St John Eccles
Constance Gertrude Isabel Eccles
William Henry Nash
Belinda Dickson, spr
Alexandra H Dickson, spr
(Exors of Canon DEL Dickson, dec'd)
Mabel Ada Eccles, spr
Jemima Hester Newcombe
James Fitzgerald Crowe
Robert James Eccles
John Harris Morell
Thomas Lucas Woodwright Lucas

Townlands Bunnablaney bane, Cornacreeve & Crocknagross

Manor of Higate

Power of Attorney to Harry Rodgers, The Hill, Monaghan
Anna Elizabeth Lucas
Thomas Lucas Woodwright Lucas
Anna Elizabeth Eccles
Hester Dickson, Hollybrook
Daniel Eccles Lucas Dickson
in respect of lands of
Artinagh, Ratoal, Drumbullog, Mullaghbrodon, Lisnamallard, Lammy, Knockmakeegan, Ballywillan, Tantybulk, Ringvilla, Gortnabrannan, & Gortraw know as Manor Higate, Clonkelly, Ferm
to attorney for interests to tenants thereof pursuant to provisions of Irish Land Acts 1903/4
NB half townlands, Wm Collis & half Rev EA Lucas

Irish Land Act, 1903 EC 2032
Estate:
EA Lucas, spr
Th L W Lucas
Rev DEL Dickson
AE Eccles, widow
Hester Dickson, spr
Ruling 2/12/1905
Lands in fee simple - Vendors entitled to same as follows:
AE Lucas, Absolute 1/3 undivided
TLW Lucas, tenant for life of 1/3 undivided under will of grandfather, Thomas Lucas
No trustees of that will for purposes of Settled Land Acts
Remaining 1/3 to DELD, AEE & HD but these shares depend on true construction of will of Francis B Lucas

1. Identify lands for sale with Manor Higate Estate as devised by will of Francis B Lucas
2. Name & address of party now next entitled in remainder to 1/3 of which TLWL is tenant for life
[Col Francis Woodwright 4th Reg Irish Dragoons, Middleburg, Cape, SA]
3. Prove death of Robt Lowry Dickson, intestate & unmar & state exact proportions in which rents & profits of the (Dickson) 1/3 of land have since his death been divided between Daniel Dickson, Anna Eccles & Hester Dickson
4. Prove death of William Collis & Martha Allen & of Robert Eccles, husband of Anne E Eccles
The entire estate was devised in trust for sale by the will of the original testator, Francis Blayney Lucas, but that trust may be treated as ended by election of all parties to treat property as real estate.

Abstract of Title
14/09/1854 Francis Blayney Lucas entitled to lands (subject of this process) after decease of William Collis, subject to £100 p. a. to Martha Allen
1855 Martha Allen died
1863 William Collis died
6/1/1859 Francis Blayney Lucas died
Will of Francis Blayney Lucas
To Rev Edmond Allan Lucas, Thomas Lucas & Rev Robert Eccles upon trust during life of Martha Allen
Pay Mary Davies legacy of £500
NB His daughter, Mary, married Walker Davies in 1851 in India

1/3 to EAL
2/3 (one moiety thereof to Frances, sister to FBL & wife to s'd Thomas Lucas & then to Thomas Lucas & then to their only daughter, Anna Lucas
Remaining moiety of 2/3 to sister Alicia, widow of Lt Col Dickson & then to children
2/3 to her daughter, Anna (Nannie) Elizabeth, wife of Robert Eccles, to 2nd son DEL Dickson & younger son, FBL Dickson
Remaining 1/3 to other 3 children, Thos Eccles, Hester & Robert Lowry Dickson.
9/05/1881 Rev Edmond Allen Lucas, will
Wife Ellen for life; to daughter, Anna Elizabeth Lucas, 2/3; to son Thomas Hackett, 1/3
22/04/1885 EAL died
9/07/1885 Th H Lucas by will left his 1/3 (to Ellen?) for her life and then to brother William Cuthbert Lucas
30/08/1885 THL died
6/09/1890 Wm C L to AEL his 1/3
6/09/1890 WmCL died
16/03/1902 Ellen Lucas died; AEL Exor & legatee

19/10/1856 S'd Frances Lucas died
Indenture 15/12/1866 Reg 17/12/1866, Bk 99
Chas Woodwright & AnnaP
Richardson Woodwright als Lucas 1P
s'd Thos Lucas 2P
1P to 2P for his life the 1/3 subject of these procceedings
11/07/1866 Will of Thomas Lucas; Estates to Rev EA Lucas & Rev RG Eccles upon trust - to his grandson Thos Lucas Woodwright
+ remainder to his other grandsons & should take name of Lucas
14/01/1868 Th Lucas died
14/06/1880 TLW took name Lucas by deed poll

Remaining one moiety of 2/3
8/12/1888 Alicia Elizabeth Dickson, widow of Lt Col Dickson died
As to 2/3 thereof
28/09/1881 Francis Blayney Lucas Dickson; Will, bequeathes to mother, s'd Alicia E Dickson to dispose of as she thought fit & if not to his brothers & sisters
Exors John Nash & s'd Rev Daniel EL Dickson
30/09/1881 FBLD died
As to 1/3 thereof
7/03/1878 Th Eccles Dickson (over 21) died intestate
27/09/1878 Letters Admin to mother, AED
21/12/1881 Will of s'd Alicia E Dickson
1/6 of what Francis Blayney Lucas (her brother) left s'd Th E D to which she became entitled to s'd hester Frances Dickson
& appoints daus Anna Elizabeth Eccles & s'd Hester Frances Dickson residuary legatess
w.r.t. wishes of s'd Frs B L Dcison, confirmed his will relating to his brother & sisters
i.e. daus Anna Eh Eccles & Hester Fr Dickson & sons Rev DELD & Robt L D
14/08/1895 RLD died intestate

????
Edmond & Frances Allen - dau Annie m. Rev Daniel Lucas & Elizh Maria Allen m. William Collis
Presumably Martha Allen was another daughter.

It seems most likely that Mrs Dickson & others in Griffith refers to Alicia (Lucas) Dickson

McKenna

220:170:144501 2/11/1762 Reg 22/11/1762
Rent Charge
Bryan McKenna, Corygarbeg, Co Mon 1P
James McKenna, Drumfurrer, Co Mon 1P
Ann Anketell, Carigans, Co Mon, Widow 2P
1P assigned to 2P for £120 Corygarbeg & Drumfurrer that they held by lease from
oliver Anketell, Esq, dec'd
DWMW Mathew Tuton, Carrigans
DW Thomas Mayne, Cootehill, Co Cav
MW Charles Mayne

254:161:163354 24/11/1766 Reg 11/12/1766
Assignment in Writing
Hugh McKenna 1P
Owen McKenna, Lisson 2P
Recites Article in Writing (29/09/1757)
Edward Blayney let unto 1p Bahavney, Tyr
1P to 2P
DWMW Edward Morris, Omagh, Tyr
DWMW William Barclay, Omagh, Tyr

257:259:166908 23/04/1767 Reg 22/08/1767
Articles of Agreement (Marriage Settlement)
James McKenna, Dundalk, Co Louth, Merchant 1P
Margaret McKenna, spinster, dau of James 2P
Richard Dowling, City of Dublin, Timber Merchant 3P
Patrick Russell, Woolen Dealer, City of Dublin 4P
Benjamin Ball, Iron Monger, City of Dublin 4P
3P & 4P to be married
3P in consideration of said marriage & £700 from Jas McK
3P to 4P from property he should die possessed of £1,000
Interest to 2P & to children on her death
DW John Dowling, City of Dublin, Merchant
DWMW Clement Clinton, City of Dublin, Rope maker
MW Edward Jacob

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

McWilliam Deeds

Deeds – PRONI

D778/43 Dates - 9 December 1708
William McWilliams of Aghnacloy, Co. Tyrone, yeoman to Charles Campbell, Robert King and Hans Hamilton of Dublin, esquires; Sir Hans Hamilton, James Hamilton of Bangor
Witnesses: John Williamson, Arthur Graham and John Hamilton - Assignment of judgement against the estate of Sir Hans Hamilton, deceased, for a debt of £60 and £12.8.9. costs. Consideration: £40. Recites a division of lands between Sir Hans Hamilton and James Hamilton - Johnstowne, Monaghan and Middleton, Co. Armagh; Hansborough, Cavan; Ballywalter and Hollywood, Co. Down

D236/212 - 24 July 1809
Lease for 21 years from 1 November 1807, of 12 acres 2 roods, Irish Plantation Measure. Rent: £21.6.8 p.a. and fees, between William Verner, Churchhill, Co. Armagh and John McWilliams Glenchull, Co. Tyrone, for lands at Glenchull, Co. Tyrone.

T577/38 14th Feb 1820
Richard McWilliams, Carnteel, & Roger Anketell, Mountanketell, Co. Monaghan
Assignment of land at Belragh, Co. Tyrone held under renewable lease, Consideration £131

D4183/5/6/2
11th May 1820
Lease from Rich’d McWilliams of Carnteel for 3 lives

McWilliams John Knocknarney (1874-78) D594/5/7/8
McWilliams John Stackernagh T(1007)(276)
McWilliams John lease renewal D248
McWilliams John Tyrone (1790) D627/58/1i
McWilliams John 1777 T458 (13)
McWilliams James 1783 T458
McWilliams Lisconduff D594/10
D778/43

Registry of Deeds:

109:156:75348 - 11th November 1742 - Reg 3rd Dec 1742
John McWilliams, the elder of Carranteal 1P
John McWilliams, his son 2P
In consideration of £20 gives lands of Mullabrack in Armagh held under his Grace the primate
Wit: John Speer of Belanasagart, Tyr, John Forsyth, merchant & John Rea, Apothecary both of Aghnacloy (Aughnacloy)
Memorial sworn at Glasslough before William Johnston, Baptist Johnston and John Murray, JPs

126:258:86743 - 5th Nov. 1747 - 14 Nov 1747
Deed of Assignment
John McWilliams the younger of Carenteel 1P
Isaac Glenny of Lovellmore, Co Down 2P
Recites that by lease 17th August 1747 the Primate to John McWilliams (Gent) & undertenants 1/4 of Mullabrack.
said 1/4 of Mullabrack from John McWilliams to Isaac Glenny.
Assignment witnessed by David Ferguson, Keady (Tyr?), gent & Hugh Cumings Kearneyhill, Arm
Memorial witnessed by John Melling, Newry

[NB John McWilliams of Glencull left to his daughter part of the lands of Mullabrack bringing in £100 a year.]

135:424:92081 – Date 18th Oct 1744 Registration 28 Aug 1749
Deed of Assignment
McWilliams, John, Carnteel & Sarah, als Kerr, his wife 1P
Forsyth, John, Aughnacloy 2P
Assignment of 1/6th of the townlands of Tullydraw & Tullybeg, Tyr
Deed witnessed: Robt Stewart, Annaginny, gent, John Williams, Carenteel, Joseph Forsyth, Aughnacloy, merchant
Memorial Witnessed: Joseph Forsyth & John Erwin, Glasslough, Apothecary
Signed by John and Sarah
[see abs from G.O.Ms 237 p.187, Sarah, dau of Thomas Kerr of Tullydraw, married John McWilliam and had issue George McWilliam, p. 2, report 16 July, 1949]

169:191:113323 - 27th Apr. 1745 - 20 June 1745
Thos McWilliams of Tirelugan,(Carnteel, Tyr)1P
Geo. McWilliams of Shechaughmore, his son
Part of Turlugan Thomas has from Mr Wm Brown to George.
Deed witnessed: Patk Montgomery, Aghnacloy (Aughnacloy) Tyr, dec'd & William Houston, Mullins, Arm, farmer
Memorial witnessed by Wm Johnston & James McWilliams of Caranteel, innkeeper.

217:35:137126 27:10:1762 Reg 9/11/1762
Mortgage
John Stewart, Aughnacloy, Tyr 1P
John Williams, Aughnacloy, Innholder 2P
Recites:
Acheson Moore, Ravella, Esq
by lease 2/05/1761 demised to 1P
house in Aughnacloy, 24 ft in front
1P for £20 by 2P demises s'd tenement with condition of redenption
DW Richard Martin, Aughnacloy, Innkeeper
DWMW William Groland, Ballygawley, Tyr
DW James Williams, Caranteal, Tyr, Gent

246:154:157478 29/01/1765 Reg 12/11/1765
Mortgage
William Clark, Aughnacloy, Tyr
John McWilliams, Aughnacloy, Tyr
Recites:
1P leased (2/05/1752) house in Aughnacloy from Acheson Moore, Ravella
1P for £30 transfers same to 2P with ocndition of redemption
DWMW David Johnston, Aughnacloy
DW John Clark, Aughnacloy
DW William Happer, Crew, Tyr

295:626:198388 - 27 May, 1773 - Registration 29 Nov, 1773
Mortgage
McWilliams, John Mullaghmore Aughlow parish 1P
Scott John Clandavagh 2P
Mortgage of Mullaghmore held by lease of 1773 from Rev Jas Richardson, late of Magherafelt, Londonderry to said John McWilliams for the lives of said John McWilliams and Thomas McWilliams and John McWilliams his sons
Deed wit: John Anderson, Moortown, Tyr, innkeeper
Mem wit: Acheson Griffith, Cavankillgreen & John Bell Rehaghey, both Tyr and by said John Anderson
Henry Falls, Thos Forsyth & Wm Dunkin, magistrates

311:276:210033 - 22 July 1776 - Reg 15 Nov 1776
Mortgage
McWilliams, William, Belligrenol, Manor of Favour Royal, Tyr 1P
Caldwell, John, Augher, Tyr 2P
Mortgage of Bellgrenol held by lease of 1750 from Acheson Moore to Wm McWilliams and Andrew Campbell, in consideration of £50.9.11
Deed wit: Stuart Mulligan of Ballanany & Rich'd Bell of Bellilagan, Tyr
Mem wit: s'd Stuart Mulligan & Rob't Martin Augher

316:209:211561 14/04/1777 Reg 1804/1777
Assignment
John McWilliams, Town & Co Armagh 1P
James McWilliams, Town & Co Armagh 2P
1P for considn assigned to 2P
Dwelling house etc in Scotch St, C'y Arm
Demised to 1P by Henry Meredyth, Esq
DWMW John May, Armagh
DWMW William McWilliams, Armagh

326:169:214689 17/12/1777 Reg 31/01/1778
Deed
John McWilliams, Aughnacloy, Tyr 1P
Acheson Moore, Aughnacloy, Tyr 2P
1P for consideration granted to 2P his right to a mortgage on house executed by
William Clarke
DWMW Thomas Chatterton Speer, Mt Carran, Tyr
DWMW Robert Henderson, Aughnacloy

330:596:225317 - 7 Apr, 1780 - Reg 31 Oct, 1780
Assignment
Kirkwood, Robert, Damabory 1P
McWilliams, Wm, Carnteel, Aughalow parish 2P
Assignment of lands and premises of Knockorney (Knocknarney)for 31 years
Deed wit: John Sloan, Donaghmore & William Anderson, Doorless, both Tyr
Mem wit: said John Sloan & William Hanna, Donaghmore, Tyr

337:1:224254 - 22 Mar 1780 - Reg 22 June, 1780
Lease
Wm Moore 1P
John Walker of Drumearn, gent
William Moore leases to John Walker, Drumearn 37a plantation measure
Lives James Willson, eldest son of Chas Willson of Newbliss
Thos Walker, eldest son of Daniel Walker of Tannagh, Tyrone
Oliver McWilliams eldest son of Robert McWilliams, Carnteel, gent now aged one year
Lease wit: Geo Irvin, Dunmackmay & Robert Williams of Carenteal
Memorial wit: said Robert Williams & Henry Falls, Cavankillgreen

340:267:228686 - 29 Sept, 1779 - 18 July, 1781
Lease
Cairnes, Wm, Kellyfaddy 1P
McWilliams, Thos, Curlo Scott, Clogher parish 2P
Lease of the lands of Curlo Scott for 21 years or the life of sd Thomas McW aged 28 years at £6.16.6 p.a.
Lease wit: John Hunter & Geo Cairnes, both Killyfaddy
Mem wit: said John Hunter & John Martin, younger, Drumreak, gent

354:404:239328 - 1 Jan 1784 - Reg 19 Jan 1784
Dernaborey
Kirkwood, James, Knocknarney, farmer 1P
McWilliams, Thomas, Lisfarty, Co Tyrone 2P
Lease of the lands of Dunabeney
William Kirkwood of Knocknarney, dec'd by will, 5 Aug 1724 granted part of lands of Dernaborey then held by Andrew McDowell (after decease of his wife Martha K) should go to son James, during lease from William Stewart of Killymoon, lands formerly held by Andrew McDowell & now held by James Reid & John McMaster
Mem wit: Chas Williams, Caranteel & Henry Falls, Cavankellygreen, Parish of Aghalow
Witness, Charles McWilliams, Carrenteal, gent

354:404:239329 - Date 1783 Registered 1784
Kirkwood, James ,Knocknarney, farmer 1P
McWilliams, James Carrenteal 2P
Lease of Knockarney
Witness: Charles Williams, Carnteal & Henry Falls, Cavankillygreen

354:426:239501 - 9 Jan 1783 - Reg 29 Jan 1784
Thompson, Anthony, Aughnacloy 1P
McWilliams, James, Carranteal 2P
Mortgage for £134 on three houses in Aughnacloy in possession of James McKee, Anthony Thompson & David Willson
Deed witness: Charles McWilliams of Carrenteal & David Johnston of Caledon
Mem wit: s'd Charles & Henry Falls

366:39:243593 - Date & Registration 1784
Assignment
Walker, John, Drumcreer 1P
McWilliams Robert Caranteel 2P
Assignment of a farm in Drumnaskallag held by lease from Lord Charlemont in consideration of £50
Witnesses, Richard and Chas Williams of Carnteel, gents

389:140:255911 - 11 Apr 1786 - Reg 23 Mar 1787
Lease
Boyle, Jas senr & jnr & Alex Boyle, Longfield 1P
McWilliams, John, Enaghagorin, Longfield Parish 2P
Lease of the lands of Enaghagorin in Manor of Hastings, Tyr 1/2 in possession of John McWilliams & 1/2 in possession of Daniel McThalin
Wit: William Irwine, Rumnaforbe, merchant & Oliver Boyle, Kirlish Lodge, servant to Alex Boyle
Mem wit: William Irwin & Robt Anderson, City of Dublin

***[see Deed 515:327:334968 in Morell deeds]

402:257:264801 - 7 Nov 1786 Reg 24 Oct 1788
Sale
Miller, Robert, son & heir of Wm Miller, Finley, dec'd Jane Finley als Miller his wife 1p
McWilliams, Charles Carnteal 2P
Recites mortgage of Laney to James McWilliams, dec’d father of Charles McWilliams. James McWilliams left mortgage to said Charles McWilliams
Sale of said lands to Charles McWilliams
Wit: Henry & John Falls, Cavankillgreen, Tyr

408:522:271667 5 Oct 1789 Reg 12 Nov 1789
Assignment
John McWilliams of Glencull 1P
George McWilliams of Aughnacloy, son of s'd John 2P
Assignment of 3 leases:
4 May 1761, Acheson Moore of Ravella & s'd John McWs, tenement in Aughnacloy excepting 25 ft etc (see 1834:20:31)
19 Sept 1763 Acheson & John for lives of John, George & Thomas, sons to s'd John
10 Sept 1783 Mary Malone, Elm Green, Dublin 1P & s'd John McWs 2P of no 12 Lisadavil.
Wit: Robt Pettygrew & David McDowall
Mem wit: John McCann of Aughnacloy

430:442:279921 - Date & Registration 1791
Assignment
Alexander, James, Belragh, farmer 1P
McWilliams, Richard, Carrenteal, gent 2P
Assignment of a lease of the lands of Belragh
James Alexander on 11 Feb 1786 obtained a lease of 15 acres of Belragh, Aghaloo for 20 years from Hon Major Gen'l Edwd Stopford; 1/2 lease in trust for his brother, John Alexander. James Alexander, £90 for his part
Wit: Henry Falls, Cavankillgreen, Att'y & Moses Beans, Dunbane, yeoman

463:438:298352 - 9 Mar 1790 - reg 11 May 1793 (see 408:522:271667)
Assignment
McWilliams, George, Aughnacloy, gent 1P
Martha Sturgeon, his wife 2P
Montgomery, Thomas, Aughnacloy & McDowal, David, Aghgany, Monaghan, Att'y 3P
Martha McWilliams entitled to money under the will of Major David Hepburn, Portabella, Dublin; George McWilliams held property in Aughnacloy by assignment from his father, John McWilliams
George received a considerable sum of money from Martha in in consideration of a further £500 assigned property to 3P
Provision for the children of Martha and George McWilliams
Wit: Thos McDowall of Ahgany, Monaghan & Sam'l Mills, Aughnacloy

483:131:310717 - 4June 1794 - Reg 6 Nov 1784
Assignment
Prentice, Andrew, Dublin 1P
McWilliam, Wm Armagh town 2P
Assignment of land of Colrevoge in Manor of Benburb,Clonfeickle Parish in consideration of £175.12.5
Wit: Wm Thompson, City & Co of Armagh & John Girvan

517:33:338111 - 24 Oct - 1798, Reg 7 Feb 1799
Assignment
McWilliams, John, Mullaghmore 1P
McWilliams, Moore, of same, his son 2P
Assignment of Mullaghmore for the remainder of the lease after the death of said John McWilliams & Rachel McWilliams
Deed & memorial wit: Hugh McDowall, Aughnas & Robt McMichael, Drumen, Tyr

520:226:340375 - 10 Mar 1799 Reg 15 July 1799
Assignment
Brown, James, Terlugan 1P
McWilliams, Charles Carenteel, gent 2P
Assignment of the lands of Terlugan in trust for said James Brown in consideration of £83.10.3
Witness, Richard McWilliams, Carnteel, publican & Robert Wilson, Crilly, gent

522:523:343012 - 10 Oct 1797 Reg 7 Jan 1800
Brown, Robert, Terlugan 1P
McWilliams Charles Carnteel gent 2P
Assignment of Terlugan in trust for the use of Robert Browne
108 acres formerly in possn of James Brown senr, dec'd, Richard Brown, Geo Brown, William Armstrong, Wm Wilson, James Wilson, Mathew Irwin, James Mason, Jos Brown & Francis Mullan
Wit: John Flanery & Thomas Flanery, Cronskill, Tyr

523:317:345582o - 6 Feb 1800 Reg 26 May 1800
McWilliams, John, Glencull, Killishall parish 1P
McWilliams, John, jnr of same
Assignment of an annuity of £6 granted to George McWilliams of Aughnacloy son of said John McWilliams, senr on premises in Aughnacloy.
To hold to John McWilliams, senr on premises in Aughnacloy.
To hold to John McWilliams junr for the life of John McWilliams senr
DWMW Thomas Findlater, merchant, Aughnacloy
DW John Keenan

534:362:350622 1/01/1800 Reg 9//02/1801
Lease
Rt Hon Francis William, Earl of Charlemont 1P
Henry McWilliam, Aughmagurgan, Man Cladymore, Co Armagh, Linen Merchant 2P
1P demised to 2P land in Aughmagurgan, 21 acres English measure, rent £36.0.3
+ use of water on River Callan as enjoyed by 2P in working his Bleach mills & green,
through lands of Reps of late Robert McCleve
Lives: David (eldest), James (2nd) & John (4th) sons of 2P
DW Robert Levingstone, C'y Arm, Esq
DWMW John Noble, C'y Arm, Writing Clerk
MW Michael Magee, C'y Arm, Gent

NB Y-DNA match, Henry McWilliams (b 1811 place unknown)

547:583:361899 - 17 July 1802 Reg 30 July 1802.
McWilliams, George, Aughnacloy 1P
McWilliams, James, Tully 2P
Recites deed of 1798 (408.522.271667) & (463.436.298352)
Assignment of said leases in consideration of £100
John to George all his s'd John's estate, rights etc of house in Aughnacloy
By deed 9 Mar 1790 Geo 1P & Martha McWs als Sturgeon his wife 2P
Thos Montgomery, Aughnacloy & David McDowall of Argemy, Mon gent 3p
(There is no statement of relationship of Geo to Jas)
Mem Wit: Patk Donohoe & Jonathan Short, City of Dublin

548:167:362036 - 10 June 1799 Registration 20 Julu 1802
Assignment
McWilliam, John & O’Neill Ferdinand, Langfield Parish 1P
Donnelly, Patrick, Langfield 2P
Assignment of a farm in Drumvert known as Slavin
DW Owen Hardin & John Murphy, both Drumquin
MW John Murphy & William Dudgeon, Mullaghmore

583:64:394423 - 9 June 1806 Reg 26 July 1806
Browne, George, Terlugan to McWilliams, Charles, Carnteel, both gents
Release
Assignment of the lands of Terlugan in consideration of £605.17.5 (£139 owned to Charles McWilliams by James Brown, dec'd & £466 from George) subject to redemption of said sum
DWMW Richard McWilliams of Carnteel, gent
DWMW Robert Pettigrew Esq, Crilly
DWMW Peter Fleming, Castleshane, Monaghan, Attorney

595:247:405369 - 16 Jan 1804 Reg 22 Dec 1807
Davidson, Rev Jas Aughnacloy to McWilliams, Charles, Carnteel
Assignment of a lease of Aughnacloy in consideration of £61.14.1
DW Thomas Pettigrew, Esq
DWMW William Bohannon
MW John Fleming, City of Dublin, Attorney

596:519:409612 - 11 apr 1808 Reg21 June 1808
Browne Wm Harold’s Cross, Dublin to McWilliams, John, Carnteel both gents
Assignment of rent charge in Terlugan in consideration of £300 Insurance Policy of £400 as surety
DW John Fleming, City of Dublin, Attorney
DWMW William Moffit, Carnteel, farmer
MW Henry Falls, Aughmore

609:358:421938 - 8 Sept 1809 Reg 14 Nov 1809
Lainder, John, Aughnacloy, blue dyer, to McWilliams, John, Carnteel, gent
Assignment of a house in Aughnacloy in consideration of £75 held for the life of Oliver McWilliams, John Lainder & Mary Lainder
DWMW James Fally & Henry Falls, Aughnacloy

629:169:431409 - 9 Oct 1792 Reg 6 Nov 1810
Assignment
Irwin Thomas Dunnlaghy to McWilliams George Carrintall, Clogher parish
Assignment of lands of Tatnadavney held in lease by Thomas Irwin from Henry Orr in possession of James McDermott in consideration of £23.19
DW Andrew Crawford, Killyfaddy
DWMW James Steen, Prolish
MW Jas Falls, Aughmore, gent

569:544:383922 29 Apr 1805 Reg 8 May 1805
Conveyance
Henry McWilliam of Aughmagurgan, Armagh linen draper 1P
Euphemia, Mary & Margt Henry of Banbridge, Co Down 2P
1 to 2 for £382 Ballymoney, Parish of Seapatrick formerly in possn of John Maitland and then John McWilliam - 9 acres
DWMW George & William Crozier, Banbridge, Gents

569:544:383923 26 Apr 1805 Reg 8 May 1805
Conveyance
Henry McWilliam, Aughmagurgan, Armagh linen draper 1P
Henry Sterling linen draper, Ballybrae, Down 2P
1P to 2P for £200 farm in Ballyheel, Co Down formerly in possession of said Henry McWilliams possession for lives of David, James and Henry, jun, sons of said Henry
DWMW George and William Crozier, Banbridge, Co Down

687:446:472608 5 Apr 1815 Reg 13 Apr 1815
Agreement
Henry McWilliams junr of Aughmagorgan (Glenwill) (according to SOB in parish of Keady) Armagh, paper manufacturer
John McWilliams, same townland, his brother
Henry is tenant at will & owns paper mill, drying loft & supply of water 7 machinery
H for £30 from J grants paper mill
DW Andrew Brenan, Armagh
DWMW Thos Moorehead
MW Patrick Campbell, Armagh

733:575:500310 11 Mar 1818 Reg 12 nov 1818
Assignment
Jas McWilliams, Banbridge, Down, innkeeper 1P
Robt McWilliams, Banbridge, Haberdasher 2P
Recites James McWilliams, late of Banbridge, Innkeeper father of 1P & 2P by will 31/2/1802 left Robert lease of dwelling house in Banbridge & to his wife Mary, now dec'd, for her life and left to James house in Banbridge in possession of Patrick Keely; 1P to 2P for £182
DWMW William McWilliam & Hugh Porter, both Banbridge

739:107:503442 1 Apr 1819 Reg 3/4/1819
Jas McWilliams, Drumbeer, Monaghan, farmer 1P
John Wright, Clinloe, Monaghan, gent 2P
Lease Sir Richard Forster & Thos McWilliams & Alex Longmore all dec'd
Sir Richard to Thos & Alex 20a Drumbeer
Lives Thos McWilliams, Alex Longmore & Wm McWilliams
Wm McWs still living; Jas interest in 1/2 townlands
Jas McWilliams to John Wright
Indenture witnesses for £42 to John McKenna by John Wright
DW John McCrory, Tulligoney, Co Monaghan
DWMW Nathaniel Wright, Town of Monaghan, Gent, Attorney
MW Jeremiah Nun, Town of Monaghan

803:536:542271 30 Mar 1825 Reg 14 June 1825
Rent Charge
Mary McWilliams, widow & Mark McWilliams of Carnteel &
Geo McWilliams, Lismulladawn 1P
William Wilkin, Caledon 2p
Mary, Mark & George entitled to 28a Lismulladawn for lives and years still in being for £25 from William Wilkin - £8 annuity
DW James Wilson, Aughnacloy
DWMW James H Girvan, Caledon, Attorney
MW John Moore, Caledon

836:546:562081 - 19 Apr 1828 Reg 15 July 1828
Assignment of Mortgage
John Moore, Dublin, Attorney 1st part
Mark McWilliams & Mary, his wife both of Little Patrick St, Belfast (said Mary is the only child & heiress at law of Charles McWilliams, late of Carnteel, Co Tyrone) 2nd part
Robert Killen of Portanaghy, Monaghan, 3rd part
Mortgage made 1st June 1827 between John Moore & Mark McWilliams & Mary his wife, £322 6s, 39 acres Irish, late in possession of George Browne of lands in Terlugan
1P by approval of 2P to 3P
DW William Horsy, City of Dublin, Writing Clerk
DWMW John McNamara, City of Dublin, Writing Clerk

838: 345: 562923 - 1828 Aug 21 Reg 8 Sept 1828
Release
John JACKSON of Armagh & William McWILLIAMS part of townland of Ballinahonebeg upwards of 46 acres previously held by Arthur OLIVER dec’d and before that in possession of Charles SEAVER dec’d ... incl bleach green mills weir etc formerly in possession of John OLIVER, Mary OLIVER & ELizabeth OLIVER...
DW Andrew Maziere, Apothecary, City of Armagh
DWMW Alexander John DOBBIN, Attorney, City of Armagh
Transcribed by Sharon Oddie Brown

838:347:562925 - 1828 Aug 21 Reg 8 Sept 1828
John JACKSON City & Co. Armagh, Esquire of 1st part
Leonard DOBBIN of said City Esq. Of 2nd part &
William McWILLIAMS of said City Esq. Of 3rd part
JACKSON set to McWILLIAMS with consent of Leonard DOBBIN part of Ballinahonebeg “as first in the tenure of Thomas OATES deceased & afterwards in the occupation of then the said Leonard DOBBIN & William McWILLIAMS and now occupied by McWILLIAMS and undertenants.
DW Andrew Maziere, Apothecary, City of Armagh
DWMW Alexander John DOBBIN, Attorney, City of Armagh
Transcribed by Sharon Oddie Brown

1834:20:31 26 Aug 1834 Reg 28/11/1834
Jas McWilliams & Thomas McWilliams of Tully, gents 1P
Robert Killen, Portenaghy, Monaghan 2P
T & J to RK
House/tenement in Aughnacloy excepting 25ft from bottom of house within the new line of road out of road to Carnteel & 35 ft from bacck down the Hill to be allowed for a gateway in possession of Arthur Graham, William McCulley & James Coote
(see 408:522:271667)
(Looks like James & Thomas are descendants of John McWilliams of Glencull, possibly through George since above house description dates back to 1761 deed.
DWMW Hugh Simpson, Attorney & Scott Short, Writing Clerk, both Aughnacloy

1836:22:201 - 5th Dec 1836 Reg 19th Dec 1836
Mark McWilliams, Belfast, 1st part
Walter McWilliams, Belfast, gent, eldest son of Mark and his late wife, Mary}
William McWilliams & Mary his wife } 2nd part
James Fiddes, merchant, Aughnacloy, 3rd part
1 & 2 to 3, lands of Terlugan, formerly demised by James Browne the elder to James Browne the younger and afterwards in possession of George Browne & Chas McWilliams respectively and then in the tenure & occupation of Mark McWilliams, Walter & William McWilliams and their undertenants - 79 acres Irish Plantation measure.
DW John Boyle, Aughnacloy, Shopman
DWMW Hugh Simpson, Attorney, Aughnacloy

1845:14:134 - 2 Sept 1845 Reg 4/09/1845
Marriage Settlement: John McWilliams of Carnteel 1P & Margt Clarke of Camagh, Co Armagh 2P
George McWilliams & Wm Best of Aughnacloy, merchants 3P
1P to 3P; Farm of land in Glendavagh, Aghaloo to George & Wm (in actual possession of John Sally), 12 acres Irish Plantation measure; on death of 1P to 2P for children
DW George Whittington, Carpenter
DWMW William Goodwin, Writing Clerk

1858:36:65 - 25 Nov 1858
Judgement
James Mayne of Omagh (Plaintiff) has a judgement in the Court of Queens Bench for £252 debt against Chas McWilliams of Carnteel, farmer,(Defendant)
Charles has lands in Parish of Drumragh & 4 houses in possession of Rev Thomas Slack, James Mayne & John Andrews & Stephen Nelis & house in possession of Rev Slack and Michael McGobrick; profit to defendant of £29
Henry Falls Attorney for Plantiff
Robert Ferguson, Commissioner

1858:8:114 - 22 Jan 1858 - Reg 16 Mar 1858
Oliver McWilliams Carnteel, 1st part
Eliza McWilliams, Glencull, widow, 2nd part
Robert McWilliams, Guelph, upper Canada, 3rd part
Recites lease, date 1st June 1795 whereby Thos Forsythe, Aughnacloy (dec'd) to John Walker then of Carnteel, merchant (dec'd), house in Aughnacloy bounded by house occupied by William Prunday & formerly by Robert Moore dec'd
Reciting said Oliver McWilliams became entitled to said houses, Oliver did transfer, and said Robert McWilliams did confirm unto said Eliza McWilliams said house for names in last renewal
NB Oliver, his mark
DWMW Robert Reid, Aughnacloy & William Simpson, Drumearn, Writing Clerks

1858:26:84 12th Apr 1858 - Reg 12th Aug 1858
Robert McWilliams, Guelf, 1st part
Oliver McWilliams, Carnteel, 2nd part
Recites James Bell gave farm in Tullybleety to George Liggett in 1/05/1834 who gave it to 1P
Robert to Oliver for £360
Land in Tullybleety formerly in possession of Geo Liggett then John Walker, then John McWilliams & undertenants and then Robert McWilliams in Manor of Ballymagrane
DW Edward Marion Chadwick, Guelf, Student at Law
DWMW Hewey William Peterson, Guelf, Barrister

1863:39:4 2 Mar 1863 Reg 5/12/1863
Mortgage
Oliver McWilliams of Annabeg, farmer &
John Givan, Aughnacloy, merchant
£100 paid
Land in Tullybleety formerly in possession of George Liggat, then John Walker, then John McWilliams & subsequently Robert McWilliams and granted to Oliver 7/9/'59
DW Robert Bell, Tullyallen, Co Tyrone, Gent
DW James Nelson, Aughnacloy
DWMW James Wilson, Aughnacloy, Civil Bill Officer

1865:4:69 1st Dec 1864 Reg 4/02/1865
Lease
Oliver McWs of Glendavagh, farmer
John Givan of Aughnacloy, merchant
Land in Tullybleety formerly in possession of George Liggat, then John Walker, then John McWilliams, then in actual possession of William Kinner, 1P to 2P; assignement of lessee's interest
DWMW John Frizzell, Lisdouart, Ballygraney, Co Tyrone, gent
DWMW Thomas Horner, Braney, Co Tyrone, gent

1868:6:240 19 Feb 1868 Reg 25th Feb 1868
Indenture
Above land in Tullybleety owned by Oliver McWilliams of Glendavagh for £140 (in actual possession of Wm Kinner) to John Givan of Aughnacloy; Absolute purchase in fee simple
DW Carse McMinn, Aughnacloy
DWMW Hugh Simpson, Solicitor

1865:27:176 6 Sept 1865 Reg 18 Sept 1865
Conveyance
Esther McWilliams of Plaster, Widow 1P
Alex Hall of Plaister, farmer 2P
E McWs entitled as one of the heiresses of late Wm Crawford, dec'd, to that part of lands of Plaister, 12a 2r held under Rev Geo Stoppard leases for 20 years portion, 8a 2r 6p in parish of Aghaloo (see Griffith); 1P to 2P; a portion of said lands
DW Cecil Moore, Omagh, Co Tyrone, Solicitor
DWMW Robert Reid, Omagh, his clerk

1860:17:154 - Dated 1st Aug 1859 - Reg 2nd June 1860
Covenant
Recites deed of 3/8/1850
Thomas McWilliams, gent & Jane his wife ors Campbell both of Emyvale, Co Monaghan & Mary Campbell, widow of Portenaghy, Co Monaghan, £150 to William James McWilliam son of Thomas & Jane McWilliams by Mary Campbell, as relates to rent of £25 to Mary Cambbell for her own use;
DW Jos Wright, solr, Monaghan
DWMWThos Edmond Wright, solr, Monaghan
MW John Campbell of Killenshire, Co Monaghan

1868:33:211 2nd Oct 1868 Reg 11 Nov 1868
Indenture
Thomas & Jane McWilliams of Aughnacloy 1P
James Fiddes, Aughnacloy, Esq 2P
Rev Thomas Anketell, Shanco, Co Monaghan, Clerk & John Armstrong Corlattallen, Co Monaghan 3P
[Recites indenture 3/8/1850
Mary Campbell, Portenaghy House, Co Monaghan 1P
Thomas & Jane McWilliams 2P
John Mullen, Dungannon, Gent, sole surviving trustee of deed of marriage 11/03/1836 between Jane & Thomas 3P
George Killen Campbell, Portenaghy House & James Fiddes Trustees 4P
2P & 3P to 4P; houses in Aughnacloy & plot on side of Tully Hill]
Recites Mary Campbell & George Killen Campbell dec'd & that James Fiddes surviving trustee wants to be discharged & relaced by Rev Thomas Anketell & John Armstrong
DW Carse McMinn, Gent, Aughnacloy
DWMW Foster McKay, merchant, Aughnacloy

1835:14:52 - 26 July 1835 Reg 11 Aug 1835
Mortgage
James & Thomas McWilliams of Tully, gents
Robert Killen, Portenaghy, Monaghan
1 to 2 tenement in Aughnacloy & plot of ground on side of Tullyhill, Manor of Ballymagran & tenement of East side of Lettice St Aughnacloy; subject to redemption
DWMW Hugh Simpson, Aughnacloy, Gent
DWMW Thomas Simpson, Bloomhill, Esq

1836:9:18 - 11 Apr 1836 Reg 10 May 1836
Marriage settlement
Thomas McWilliams & Jane (Campbell) his wife 1P
Robert Killen of Portenaghy, Co Monaghan 2P
John Mullen of Dungannon 2P
1P to 2P; Premises of East side of Main St Aughnacloy in possession of Arthur Graham, James Coote & William McCully in trust for use of said Thomas and then to issue of Thomas & Jane as Jane decides subject to £30 pa to Jane
DW Thomas Simpson, Aughnacloy
DWMW Hugh Simpson, Aughnacloy, Attorney

1857:3:62 (37) 23/12/1856 Reg 24/01/1857
Indenture
William Jones Armstrong, Mount Irwin, Arm, Esq 1P
Rev Thomas McWilliams, Cloghoge, Arm, Presbyterian Minister 2P
Rev Daniel Gunn Brown, Glenburn, Arm, Presbyterian Minister, Clerk of Ballybay Presbytery 2P
William Speers, Cloghoge, Arm, Farmer
Trustees of the Presbyterian Congregation of Creggan in connection with the General Asembly (professing the Westminster Confession, 1646)
1P released to 2P lands of Cloghoge now in possn of Thomas McWilliams (part of lease hereinbefore mentioned), containing 5 acres
bounded on North by Joseph Donaldson
On East by John Robinson
On South by other land of Thomas McWilliams
On West by land whereon a manse has been built
Rent £6.2.6
DWMW Arthur Richardson Kay, Armagh, Sol'r
George Crebbin Cochrane, Arm, Gent

Additional south Tyrone deeds: Carnteel / Killeeshil / Aghalow (& Killyman)

80:508:56737 8/09/1728 Reg 20/09/1735
Lease
Capt John Cochran, Grange, Mon 1P
Hugh Cochran, Leek, Par Donagh, Mon 2P
1P for yearly rent of £6 demised to 2P
tate of land called Cavanmore in Grange, Par of Erigall, Mon
under conditions of Grand Lease from
Lord Viscount Charlemont
Lives: s'd John Cochran + George Cochran & John Cochran, 2 of sons of s'd John
DW William Moore, Drummond, Tyr, Gent
DW John Varner, Drumaran (Drumearn), Tyr, Farmer
DWMW John Lynn, Donmacmay, Tyr, Gent
MW William Stewart, Molaghpike, Mon

101:337:71498 18/05/1725 Reg 1/06/1741
Deed
Acheson Moore, Aughnacloy, Tyr, Esq 1P
John Falls, Aughnacloy, Tyr, Taylor 2P
1P for considns sets part of townland of Cavan Killgreen (17 Scotch acres) to 2P
Lives:
John Falls, James Falls, Mary Falls, children to John Falls
DWMW James McClelan, Ravella, Gent
DW Robert Relb, Aughnacloy, Mason
MW Henry Falls, Mt Carran, Tyr

104:198:72607 8/10/1741 Reg 20/11/1741
Lease
William Moore, Drummond, Co Tyrone 1P
Acheson Moore, Ravella, Co Tyrone 2P
1P demised to 2P Mill of Ballymagrane, called Drummond + adjoining lands
during life of William Moore
Yearly rent of £30
DW John Moore, son of said William
DWMW James Smith, City of Dublin, Gent

105:270:73848 1/11/1738 Reg 7/05/1742
Deed of Demise
William Stewart of Killymoon 1P
Robert Moffett, Culcrunagh, Tyrone, Yeoman 2P
1P to 2P; 1/2 townland of Culcrunagh, 52 acres
Lives, William Stewrt, Elinor Agnew, dau of William Agnew of Killwaughter, Antrim, gent & Robert Moffett, eldest son of lessee, rent £9
Since perfection of said lease Robert Moffett made his last will and confirmed son Robert & Adam Linn his executors
DW John McKinley, Killymoon
DW Adam Linn, Drumard, Derrylauren
DW William Fleming, Knockaconny, yeoman
DWMW John Stewart, Ballymena, Derrylauran, Tyrone, Gent

108:203:75878 1/10/1742 Reg 19/02/1742
Deed
James Pettigree (Pettigrew) Creely, Aghalow, Tyr 1P
John Pettigree, his son 2P
1P for yearly rent demised to 2P
part of Dirrylissavery & Knocknagross in Aghalow
Alexander Neilson O
Quinton Boyd O
John Wilson O
Peter Scott O
Lives:
S'd James
s'd John
William, another son of James
DW Henry Martin, Annagh, Tyr
DWMW James Martin, Annagh, Tyr
MW Thomas Stewart, Glasslough, Appothecary

110:240:76910 4/05/1743 Reg 30/06/1743
Indented Deed (Marriage Settlement)
James Pettigrew, Crilly, Co Tyr, Gent 1P
William Pettigrew, Crilly, Co Tyr, his eldest son, 2P
Andrew Ker, Portatrave, Co Mon, Esq 2P
Margaret Ker, his eldest dau 2P
Rev Andrew Ker, Castleblayney, Clke, his son 3P
John Ker, Portarave, Gent, his son 3P
William Moore, Drummond, Co Tyr, Gent
John Moore, Drummond, Co Tyr, Gent
JP for £500 marriage portion & in consideration of marriage between Wm P & Mgt K
granted to 3P town & lands of Crilly + 20 acres Cledavagh
40 acres Crilly demised to John Pettigrew (another son) at £6 p. a.
Deed imports in case Martha Pettigrew, wife to JP shall survive her husband to hold 40 acres of Crilly called Carnagot
Deed imports Margaret if she survives her husband entitled to £30 p.a.
Deed imports AK by virtue of mortgage (perfected by Chas Roe, Carvilly, Ahabog, Co Mon) intitled to £500
AK assigns to 4P £400 + £100 on his death for trusts in said marriage
John Thompson, Coolhill, Cavan, merchant, trustee for above $400
*** Several other sons of James mentioned in deed copy
{NB James Pettigrew, jun, married Mary Anne Cochran, Aughnacloy}
DW William Johnston, Glasslough, Co Mon, Apothecary
DW John Ker, City of Dublin, Esq
DWMW James McGeogh, Corryhagan, Co Mon, Servant to AK
DW John Moore, Drumlough, Co Down
MW Walter Burnett, Tully, Co Mon, Gardiner

NB It seems that James Pettigrew, jun, married Mary Anne Cochran & that James Pettigrew married Martha Moore

111:269:76535 6/04/1743 Reg 16/05/1743
Deed
Edward Moore, Castletown, Co Tyr 1P
George Baker, Ballynamclag, Co Arm, Gent 2P
Recites:
Hugh Moore of Ballyhalligan, Co Tyr, father of said Edward & said Edward did execute bonds (13/01/1726) in penalty of £400
payable to John Brown, Dongannon, Co Tyr, Merchant
The condition of which recited that a marriage was to be had between Edward Moore & Alice Brown, dau of said John Brown
In consideration of marriage & portion of £200
If Alice survived her husband said Edward & Hugh Moore & successors give Alice £12 p.a.
Edward gives 2P towns & lands of Castletown as specified in lease executed by William Stuart to said Edward
DW Samuel Delap, then Dungannon, Merchant, Tyr
DWMW John Rea, Carnmullagh, Farmer, Co Tyr

140:480:96112 26/27/11/1749 Reg 18/09/1750
Lease & Release
Lease:
John Forsyth, Aghnacloy, Co Tyrone 1P
Acheson Moore, Ravella, Co Tyrone 2P
John Maxwell, Falkland, Co Monaghan, Clerke 2P
Release:
John Forsyth 1P
Thomas Forsyth Aughnacloy, Co Tyrone, Merchant, son of John 1P
Mary Douglas, Aughnacloy, Spinster 2P
Acheson Moore 3P
John Maxwell, Falkland, Co Monaghan, Clerke 3P
Lease: JF for considerations granted to AM & JM lands of Killygreen, Barony of Clogher, Co Tyrone + 1//2 tate of Sillne, Co Monaghan
Release: JF to AM & JM, Land in Erigall Keroge held (1/09/1744) from John, late Archbishop of Armagh +
2 parks of Derrychase (Richard Clarke Former O) +
Several towns & land he holds by lease from Francis Whyte Esq & Lord Charlemont
DW John Moore, Drummon
DW Eliza Maria Johnston, Ravella
DWMW Thomas Findlater, Aughnacloy
DWMW Arthur Robinson, Grange, Co Armagh
(No suggestion that this is a marriage settlement)

141:236:95199 9/11/1794 Reg 18/06/1750
Deed or Article
Rose Carroll ors Hamilton, Dyan, Co Tyrone in behalf of her son, William Willson, Dyan, Co Tyrone 1P
John Steel Ardkirk, Co Monaghan & Robert Steel, Cormeen, Co Armagh in behalf of Jane Steel dau to their brother, James Steel, ded'c 2P
Rose Carroll, in consideration of Marriage & portion did make over to said William Willson, 1/2 lands & houses in Dyan held by virtue of lease for lives made by Miss Jane Hamilton, then lady to Rt Hon Lodr Orrery to David carroll late of Dyan
2P promise to pay William Willson as marriage portion £31 & 1/2 of holding James Steel died possessed of in Cormeen, Armagh & held by John & Robert Steel by lease of years from late Rev Dr Robert Maxwell
William agreed to jointure of £60 on said Jane Steel, his intended wife
DW William Steel, Ardkirk, Co Monaghan, farmer
DWMW George Hamilton, Rattiagh, Armagh, Gent
MW John Erwin, Glasslough, Apothecary

141:469:96288 15/04/1749 Reg 12/10/1750
Deed
Henry Marshall, Mullaghmosagh, Aghalow, Co Tyrone 1P
John Haddin, Dromore, Aghalow 2P
1P for £60 by 2P & rents demised to 2P part of Dromore
Lives:
John Hendry, 3rd son of William Hendry, Dromore, Farmer
William Pringle, 3rd son of John Pringle, Callidon, Gent, Dec'd
Wilson Thompson, 3rd son of Rev Robert Thompson, Dec'd, Killinail
Rent 5s 8d per Plantation acre
Duties as specified in grand lease granted to said William Hendry by Mary Hamilton, Calidon, spinster, now Countess of Orrery
DWMW Janes Johnston, Merchant, Glasslough, Co Monaghan
DW John Gibson, Gent, Glasslough, Co Monaghan
MW Francis Cooper, Merchant, Glasslough, Co Monaghan

151:295:101492 10/09/1771 Reg 7/11/1771
Article on back of lease
John Rodgers, Drumerin, Aughalow, Tyr 1P
assignee of Andrew Rodgers
John Moore, Drumond, Tyr 2P
1P to 2P right to 8 acres leased by AR from JM for 5s
DW William Moore, Drumond, Tyr
DW John Scott, Clandavagh
DWMW Henry Falls Cavankillgreen, Gent

164:286:110597 4/11/1748
Lease
Acheson Moore, Ravella, Co Tyrone, Esq 1P
James Findly, Dirnabane, Manor Ridgeway, Co Tyrone 2P
1P for rents demised to 2P part of Dirnabane now in his possession
Archibald Boyd Form O
John Beans Part O
37 acres PM, yearly rent £7.3.6
Lives:
John Beans, Dirnabane
John Beans (18 years), son to above
David Findly (13 years), son to said James
DWMW Arthur Robinson, Bullenrumetagh, Co Armagh, Dr of Physick
DW John McCabe, Ravella, Co Tyrone, Gent
MW John Scott, Armagh, Gent

196:269:129974 9/05/1757 Reg 9/11/1758
Lease
Acheson Moore, Aughnacloy Esq 1P
William Brown, Teerlugan, Gent 2P
1P to 2P Teerlugan ors Sessiaghmore
Lives s'd William Brown, James Oliver & Henry Speer
DW Robert Carson, City of Dublin
DWMW henry Speer, City of Dublin
MW Peter Donnelly, Mount Carron, Tyrone

200:356:133466 23/10/1747 Reg 28/09/1759
Deed
Thomas Kirkwood, Direnabory, Tyrone 1P
John Ralston, Direnabory, Tyrone 2P
1P to 2P that part of Dirrenabory in 2P's possession
form O John Potter
2P holds lands for lives of said Thomas Kirkwood, Margaret Lacky als Kirkwood, aged about 69 years & Sarah Stewart, eldest daughter to John Stewart of Ballymenaught, Gent, aged about 18 years
DW Patrick Hagan, the elder, late of Annaghmore, Tyrone, farmer
DW Patrick Hagan, the younger, late of Annaghmore, Tyrone, dec'd
DWMW James McWilliams, Carnteel, Tyrone, Gent
MW John Measone, Mulanahinshuin, Tyrone, Land Surveyor

222:279:148257 24/12/1762 Reg ????
Lease
William Brown, Mount Carran, Tyrone, Gent 1P
Abraham Clements, Terlugan, Farmer 2P
1P to 2P 36 acres in his possession in Terlugan
DW William Speer Mount Carran
DWMW Henry Speer Mount Carran
MW Henry West of Mount Carran

227:512:148441 22/06/1759 Reg 21/11/1763
Lease
William Scott, Killsanagh, Aughalow, Tyr 1P
Robert Williams, Killsanagh, Aughalow, Tyr 2P
1P demised 11 acres in Killsanagh
John Neilson, Adj O
Hugh Neilson, Form O
Lives: Jane Scott, 2nd dau of Thomas Scott
DWMW James Neilson, Killsanagh, Gent
DW John Gillespy, Killsanagh, Blacksmith
DW John Williams, Killsanagh, Farmer
MW Hugh Cuming, Ballycromey, Arm, Gent

234:103:151452 9/02/1749 Reg 30/06/1764
Lease
John Moore, Drumon, Aughalow, Tyr, Gent 1P
Alexander Brown, Drumern, Aughalow, Tyr, 2P
1P assigned part of Drumern in possn of s'd Alexander & James Brown, 37 acres
Lives: S'd Alexander & James and John Brown, his eldest and 2nd sons, rent £12 pa
DW Samuel Boyd, Drumon
DWMW David Johnston, Drumerin & Aughnacloy
Henry Falls, Cavankillgreen, Tyr

245:193:160931 16/06/1766 Reg 25/06/1766
Agreement
Thomas Williams, Callidon, Tyrone 1P
Thomas Irwin, Callidon, Tyrone 2P
1P demises to 2P land 1P holds from Rt Hon Earl of Cork & Orrery, Michael Kelly O adj
Lives William Pringle, Robert Swan & Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Williams, all of Callidon; £22 to 1P
DW James Kerr, Callidon
DWMW Samuel Allen, Callidon
MW Joseph Marshall

248:23:158066 11/12/1765 Reg 13/12/1765
Articles of Agreement
Thomas Verner, City of Dublin, Esq 1P
William Reynolds, City of Dublin 2P
1P for £1,022 15s to 2P Town & lands of Killyneale held by lease from George, Lord Archbishop of Armagh
DWMW John Burges
DW Michael Duffy, Clerke to John Burges

252:443:164046 21/01/1767 Reg 9/02/1767
Demise by way of Mortgage
John Marshall, Mullamossagh, Aghaloo, Tyr 1P
Archibald Hadden, Craveny, Aughaloo, Tyr 2P
1P demised to 2P part of Glendavagh Which 1P holds by lease from
Henry Marshall of Mullamossagh
Void on payment of £100 with interest
DW James Martin, Aughnacloy, Tyr
DWMW Baptist Happer, Armalughey, Aughalow
MW Henry Falls, Cavankillgreen

274:197:177945 6/06/1765 Reg 7/11/1769
Lease
Robert Simpson, Newtownsaville, Tyrone, Gent 1P
William Brown, Mount Carran, Tyrone, Gent 1P
John Means, Ballygawly, Distiller
1P to 2P part of lands of Terlugan lately in possession of William Brown & now in possession of John Means in Parish of Aghaloo for 14 years; rent £22 15s
DW Henry Speer Mount Carran
DWMW William Ireland, Ballygawley
MW Alexander Means, Bally, Tyrone, Yeoman

275:162:175966 14/11/1764 Reg 31/05/1769
Marriage Articles
Thomas Cooper, Mooretown, Aughalow, Tyr 1P
Jean Cochran, Glencean, dau of 2P
James Cochran, Glencean, Aughalow 2P
William Cochran, Grange, Mon, Trustee of s'd articles
James Rea, Derrycrevey, Tyr, Trustee of s'd articles
Marriage between Thomas & Jean
Thomas to receive £100 & covenanted with s'd William & James
to settle £6 p. a. to be raised out of house in Mooretown
Jean Jackson Adj O
DW John Creery, Mooretown, Tyr, Saddler
DWMW Henry Falls, Cavankillgreen, Aughalow
MW John Keenan, Tully, Carnteel, Tyr

286:343:187925 18/10/1770 Reg 27/09/1771
Marriage Articles
Robert McGee, Carykeen, Tyrone 1P
John Williams, Culligan, Tyrone 2P
2P in consideration of marriage of daughter, Mary to 1P, 2P conveyed to 1P 1/2 tenement & Park in Callidon 7 other 1/2 at death & 1/2 farm in Culligan & £50
DWMW John McCullah, Callidon
DW Margaret McCullah, Callidon

288:666:193437 4/04/1766 Reg 11/11/1772
Lease
Acheson Moore, Ravella, Tyr, Esq 1P
Robert Pettygrew, Aughnacloy, Surgeon, 2P
1P in consideration of rent of £5.5 demised to 2P
2 lots of ground in Aughnacloy - 100 ft in front
Lives: HM King George 111, Acheson Moore & Lessee
Renewal of life for £5.5
DWMW Anthony Griffith, Aughnacloy, Gent
DW Michael Griffith, Aughnacloy, Gent
DW Oliver Buckley, City of Dublin, Servant
MW Henry Falls, Cavankillgreen, Tyr

291:684:193420 19/09/1763 Reg 11/11/1772
Lease
Acheson Moore, Ravella, Tyr, Esq 1P
Joseph Abraham, Aughnacloy, Smith 2P
Lot of ground of 50 feet in Aughnacloy, rent £2.12.6
Lives: HM King George 111, Acheson Moore & Lessee
DWMW Anthony Griffith, Aughnacloy, Gent
DW Francis McKenna, Aughnacloy
MW Henry Falls, Cavankillgreen, Tyr

291:686:193421 4/05/1761 Reg 11/11/1772
Lease
Acheson Moore, Ravella, Tyr, Esq 1P
Saamuel Mills, Clongrove, Tyr, Carpenter
Tenement in Aughnacloy, 63 feet, Rent £3.6.6
Lives: HM King George 111, Acheson Moore & Lessee
DWMW Anthony Griffith, Aughnacloy, Gent
DW Michael Griffith, Aughnacloy, Gent
DW Oliver Buckley, City of Dublin, Servant
MW Henry Falls, Cavankillgreen, Tyr

291:689:193424 16/07/1762 Reg 11/11/1772
Lease
Acheson Moore, Ravella, Tyr, Esq 1P
Terence McKenna, Bailif of Aughnacloy, Tyr, 2P
Lot of ground in Aughnacloy, 50 ft in front, Rent £2.12.6
Lives: HM King George 111, Acheson Moore & Lessee
DWMW Anthony Griffith, Aughnacloy, Gent
DW Oliver Buckley, City of Dublin, Servant
MW Henry Falls, Cavankillgreen, Tyr

291:690:193425 4/08/1764 Reg 11/11/1772
Lease
Acheson Moore, Ravella, Tyr, Esq 1P
Alexander Falls, Aughnacloy, Distiller, 2P
A park in lands of Grange, Tyr of 4 acres
Lives: Richard Falls, Moore Falls & William Feeland Falls, 3 sons of A.F.
DW William Feeland, Ballygawley, Att'y, dec'd
DWMW Anthony Griffith, Aughnacloy, Gent
DW Oliver Buckley, City of Dublin, Servant
MW Henry Falls, Cavankillgreen, Tyr

296:244:195726 17/05/1768 Reg 4/05/1773
Lease
Acheson Moore, Revella, Co Tyrone 1P
John Murphy, Doolargy, Manor of Ridgeway, Co Tyrone 2P
1P for rents & considerations demised to 2P 40 acres in Doolargy (Irish PM)
Lives:
John Murphy, lessee
Francis Murphy, son to
George Murphy
Catherine Murphy, daughter to lessee
Rent £21.10
DW William Griffith, Mooretown, Co Tyrone, Gent
DW Oliver Buckley, City of Dublin, Gent
DWMW Anthony Griffith, Mooretown, Co Tyrone, Gent
MW Henry Falls, Cavankillgreen, Co Tyrone, Gent

300:573:201292 1/06/1773 Reg 16/06/1774
Lease
Rt Hon Edmond Boyle, Earl of Cork & Orrery 1P
John Williams, Caledon 2P
Messuage on East side of Street in Caledon; Form O William Espy, dec'd & now in possession of 2P & liberty to cut turf in Culligan
DWMW Arthur Dunne, City of Dublin, Gent
DW James Brady, Caledon, servant to Archdeacon Cosgrave

304:120:200725 7/03/1774 Reg 28/05/1774
Indented Deed
William Stewart, Killymoon, Tyrone 1P
James Stewart, Esq his eldest son 1P
Rev John Lowry, Tullyhog, Tyrone 2P
Susanna Lowry als Underwood, his wife 2P
Robert Lowry, Tullyhog, Tyrone, Esq 3P
Robert Lindsay, Loughry, Tyrone, Esq 3P
1p for £4,320 paid by 3P
Town and lands in Killeeshil & Cookstown with conditions of redemption
DWMW Rev James Lowry of Tullyhog, Clerke
DWMW Henry Stewart, City of Dublin, Esq, councellor at law
DWMW Richardson Williams, Dublin, Gent

306:667:205176 7/05/1775 Reg 18/07/1775
Mortgage
Henry Falls, Cavankillgreen, Aughalow, Tyr 1P
Elizabeth Falls ors Lendrum, his wife 2P
Jane Jackson, Aughmore, Aughalow, Tyr 2P
1P for £100 by 2P granted 2 new houses in Aughnacloy; redemption for £120
DWMW Andrew Armstrong, Grange, Aughalow, Tyr, Gent
DWMW Acheson Griffith, Cavankillgreen

311:373:210742 4/11/1776 Reg 28/01/1777
Assignment
David Irwin, Cranisclough, Carnteel Parish 1P
Adam Reed, Reskaterriff, Carnteel Parish 1P
Rev John Bridge, Cranisclough 2P
Lease for 1 year of part of Cranisclough; Former O William Irwin; 2P paid £113 15s
DW John Irwin, Carnteel
DW James Reed, Carnteel
DWMW George Moore
MW James Stinson

325:279:220305 8/07/1749 Reg 23/06/1779
Memorandum of renewal of lease
Endorsed on back of lease dated 2/07/1712
Thomas Whyte, Redhills, Cavan, Esq 1P
William Moore, Drumean (Drumearn), Tyr Gent
Townlands of Dromont & Drumean (Dromond & Drumearn) & mill of Ballymagrane called Dromon Mill
Deeds recites lives of:
William Moore, aforesaid
Robert Moore, son to William
John Lowrie, son to
Robert Lowrie, Aghenis, Tyr, Esq
Agreed by John Moore, son & heir of William Moore, lessee &
Francis Whyte, Redhills, Cavan, son & heir of lessor
Lives of said John Moore & Jane Moore, his present wife & William Moore, son to said John & Jane
be substituted in room of lives of John Lowry, Robert Moore & William Moore whick said 3 lives were then fallen for £23 fine
DWMW David Johnston, Drumearn, Tyr, Gent but now of Callidon, Tyr
DW William Saunderson, Redhills, Cavan, Esq
MW William Carry, Aughnacloy, Tyr, Merchant

337:592:228495 1/05/1781 5/07/1781
Indented Deed
Robert Lowry, Ballyshannon, Donegal, Esq 1P
Robert Lindsay, Loughry, Tyrone, Esq 1P
Rev John Lowry, Mullaghmore, Tyrone, Clerke 2P
Susanna Lowry als Underwood, his wife 2P
William Stewart, Killymoon, Esq & James Stewart, his eldest son 3P
1P to 3P reconvey lands in Killeeshil & Cookstown as in deed of mortgage 7/03/1774
(limited by deed of release date 26/11/1774 re marriage of James Stewart to Hon Elizabeth Stewart als Molesworth)
DWMW Daniel Ecclesville, Tyrone, Esq
DWMW Richardson Williams, City of Dublin, Gent
DWMW John Bowen, stewart to said John Lowry

348:478:234952 (No day)/12/1782 Reg 31/01/1783
Release
James Moore, Glankeen, Tyr, Gent 1P
Arthur Dunn, City of Dublin, Gent
1P for consideration granted to 2P Mill of Ballymagrane (Dromont)
+ 1/2 of 3/4 of Mullynahoin, Aghalow
upon trust for use of said James Moore
DWMW Gilbert Kilbee, younger. City of Dublin, Gent
DW Robert Cummin, Anacloy (Aughnacloy), Tyr, Merchant
DWMW Thomas Mooney, City of Dublin, Gent

351:467:237319 12/07/1783 Reg 14/07/1783
Indented deed
Rt Hon Andrew Thomas, Lord Baron Stewart 1P
James Stewart, Killymoon, Esq 2P
Arthur McGuire, City of Dublin 2P
Alexander Montgomery, Rosefield, Monaghan, Esq 3P
Elenora Montgomery als Moore, his wife 3P
Richard Malone, Elmgreen, City of Dublin, Esq 3P
Sidney Gage als Moore, City of Dublin, widow 4P
1P for £5,620 by 4P to 2P with consent of 2P & 3p; sold to 4P
Lands of Garvagh, Canamineale, Lisgancham, Diracreeny, Cavanagalgreen, Tullavar, Loughan, Skey, tonlargagh, Tullywinney, Lessbeg, Lisdoart, Tollagheran & Grange.
DW Richardson William, City of Dublin, Attorney at Law
DWMW Samuel Mitchell, City of Dublin, Attorney at Law

351:90:234965 22/11/1777 Reg 1/02/1783
Lease
John Liggot, Killmacard, Pomeroy, farmer 1P
John Walker, Drumerin, Aughalow 2P
1P for £200 sold to 2P in his possession farm in Tullybleety, Aughalow, rent £5
DWMW John O'Kane, Drumerin
DW Agnes Graham, Drumerin
MW Henry Falls, Cavankillgreen

360:140:242092 12/07/1784 Reg 17/07/1784
Indented Deed of Lease & Release
John Dowglass, Coolhill, Co Tyrone 1P
James Wilson, Dungannon, Co Tyrone 2P
Recites Thomas Knox, Dungannon, Esq, Dec'd - lease, 19/01/1759, set to Samuel Dowglass, Coolhill, farm of Coolhill
Samuel by Deed Poll 6/06/1774 to John Dowglass, 5 fields, 16 acres for lives in original lease
Lands now set by lease 17/11/1783 to Thomas Richardson
1P to 2P for £100 Coolhill now in possession of Thomas Richardson
DWMW William Wilson, Gent & Robert Ramsay, Grocer, both Dungannon

365:401:245074 9/03/1785 Reg 10/02/1785
Lease
William Moore, Dromont, Aughalow, Co Tyrone 1P
Laughlin McKenna, Annagh, 2P
John McKenna, Dromont, his son, 2P
1P for considerations demised to 2P 6 acres in possession of J McK on south end off McMikells meadow in Dromont
DW James Hurst, Dromont, Schoolmaster
DWMW William Bohannan, Dromont, Farmer

376:272:250765 9/03/1784 Reg 2/05/1786
Deed Poll
Robert Oliver, Lismulladown, Aughalow, Tyrone 1P
Mark Oliver, Lismulladown, Aughalow 2P
1P to 2p; Land in Lismulladown in possession of 2P for 10 years
DWMW Thomas Davison, Lismulladown, farmer
DW James Oliver, Lismulladown, farmer
MW Robert Pettergrew, Crilly

411:376:2720015 21/09/1789 Reg 27/11/1789
Deed
James Brown, Terlugan, Tyrone, Gent 1P
John Brown, Terlugan, Tyrone, his son, 2P
Setting forth that Charles McWilliams (C) of Carrenteal & Neal O'Neal (D) of Knocknarney, Tyrone hold between them 21 acres of part of lands of Sesaghmore, a subdivision of terlugan from 1P for 2 years
1P in consideration of love etc to 2P + 10s that part of said lands in possession of C & D
DWMW John Murphy of Doolargy
DWMW David Stinson of Knocknarney

418:432:273908 1/2/1790 Reg4/03/1790
Lease & Release
Lease:
William Stewart, Killymoon, 1P
James Stewart, his eldest son, 2P
Robert Stewart, his second son, 3P
Elinor Brown, Strabane, widow, 4P
1P (for £2,450 paid to 3P) to 4P, lands of Castletown Bann and Fort, Knocknarney & other townlands in Killeeshil
Release; redemption
DW Thomas Lyons, Watercastle, Queens Co, Esq
DWMW John Murphy, City of Dublin, Gent

487:474:314185 29/01.1787 Reg 18/05/1795
ID of Assignment
James Moore, Mullynahern, Tyr Gent 1P
Robert Cummin, Aughnacloy, Tyr Merchant 2p
1P assigns to 2P Mill of Ballymagrane + 1/2 of 3/4 of Mullnahern for 1 year
DW John Montgomery, Farmer, Aughnacloy, Tyr
DWMW Thomas Montgomery, Distiller, Aughnacloy, Tyr

521:470:343336 3/01/1800 Reg 27/01/1800
Release
Robert Lowry, Pomeroy House, Tyrone, Esq 1P
Elizabeth Lowry als Tighe, his wife 1P
James Lowry, Esq, eldest son & heir to Robert 2P
Robert Lindsay, Loughry, Esq 3P
Thomas Knox (Harryngton), Dungannon 3P
Theodore Bailie 4P
William Hamilton, Dezertceat, Esq 4P
John Thompson, City of Dublin, Attorney at Law 5P
Recites 1P to 3P manor of Atteydesart als Chichester als Pomeroy in Barony of Dungannon upon trust
(Very long deed)
DW William Young, Pomeroy, Tyrone
DW Andrew Long, Cavanacar, Tyrone
DWMW Henry Johnson, Writing Clerk, City of Dublin
DWMW William Lodge, Gent, Attorney, City of Dublin

Bought by Robert Lowry of Aghenis from William Connolly in 1719 (Conolly papers in Irish Architectural Archive - 97/84C/27)

573:389:390897 6/06/1805 Reg 8/03/1806
Lease
John Cocheran, Enniskillen, Co Ferm 1P
Cornelius Cocheran, His son, Enniskillen, Co Ferm 1P
Edward Moore, Aughnacloy, Tyr, Esq 2P
1P for rents demised to 2P
Dwelling house in Aughnacloy
O Edward Moore
Mathew McDowall Adj O
Elinor Mills Adj O
DWMW Robert Pettigrew, City of Dublin Esq
DW Edward Dunkin, City of Dublin, Schoolmaster

642:470:444859 11/02/1812 Reg 24/04/1812
Assignment
Alexander Duncan, Cladymore, Tyr, Farmer 1P
William McCully, Aughnacloy, Co Tyr
1P for £100 assigned house in Market St City of Armagh to 2P
Henry Kidd O
DW Collin Campbell, Schoolmaster, Aughnacloy
DW William Begg, Aughnacloy
DWMW William McCully, sen, Chandler, Aughnacloy
MW Joh Abraham

Killyman

52:352:34835 27/05/1724 Reg 24/05/1727
Lease
Abraham Dawson, Tamnamore, Killaman, Tyr 1P
William Goodlat, Derrygally, Tyr, Gent 2P
1P in pursuance of trust and for 5s demised to 2P
1/2 moiety of Cahannan + 1/2 townland of Aghnenirrick in Killyman
Capt James Stewart O
George Dilworth O
Samuel Dawson O
1P held by lease (7/11/1722) for 41 years from William Morris, Monyglass, Ant
DW Edward Dawson, sen, Killyman
DW Edward Dawson, Jun, Killyman
DWMW Simon Cardell, Killyman
MW Andrew Carmichael, Dungannon

130:503:90036 25/08/1742 Reg 12/12/1748
Agreement
John Hitchman & Thomas Hitchman 1P
John Hadock 2P
1P let to 2P part of land from back of bleach yard up to back of barn & down the lonaning, shown before Robert Hambelton, 30 acres; 2P paying 5/6s per acre in Drumkee, Killyman, Tyrone for 20 years
DW James Stead, Killaman
DW Robert Hamilton, Killaman
DW Robert Graham, Killaman
MW Hugh Carmichael, City of Dublin, Gent
MW Clement Winnett, City of Dublin, Gent

98:125:67890 28/29/12/1739 Reg 29/12/1739
Lease & Release
Rev John Graham, Hockley, Arm, Clerk, eldest son of 1P
Arthur Graham, Late of Ballyheridan, Par & Co of Arm, Gent
John Houston, Rockfield, Turlagh, Mayo, Gent 1P
Martha Houston, his wife 1P
Rev Richard Vincent, Rector of Donaghmore, Tyr 2P
Release
s'd John Graham 1P
William Graham, Ballyheridan, Arm Esq 1P
Ann Heywood, City of Dublin, Widow 1P
Joshua McGough, Drumsillin, Arm Gent 1P
s'd John & Martha Houston 1P
s'd Richard Vincent 2P
For £1,287.7.2; 1P to 2P
Town & lands of Drumkee als Drumcree, Manor Corrogan, Bar Dung, Tyr
free & discharged of & from s'd eqity of redemption
(NB Mortgage; John & Martha Houston to Arthur Graham)
DW William McCausland, Gent, City of Dublin
DWMW Edward Sterling, Publick Notary, City of Dublin

131:430:89723 26/10/1748 Reg 15/11/1748
Deed
Patrick Hamilton, Desertcreat, Tyr, Esq 1P
John Speer, Belnasagart, Tyr, Gent 2P
1P for £240.4.2 assigned to 2P
2 towns in Longfield Par
houses in Omagh
2 towns in Dromore +
Mullaghbeg, Corneny, Keenaghan, Gortshalgan, Brogbane, Kinigore, Leaghy & Miro (Myroe) Par Killiman
Desertcreat, Killycolp, Tullyard, Drumraalt, all Tyr
DWMW Henry Speer, City of Dublin, Gent
DW John Martin, City of Dublin, Gent

142:398:20/111749 Reg 1009/1750
Assignment [Earlier Deed 9/11/1734]
A) George Conyngham, Springhill, Londonderry -- 1P
B) Robert Lial, Coagh, Tyr 1P 2P
C) James Brown, Killycolpy, Tyr, Linen draper -- 2P
A to B 26a in Molloghs
Lives: s'd Robert Lial + David Lial & James Lial, his sons
A to B Tenement in Coagh
Robert Whinnery F O
Mathew Pattison Adj O
John Maghlin Adj O
Lives: Lathum, Henry & George Blacker, 3 of sons of
Stewart Blacker, Brookend, Tyr, Esq
B to C for £6, tenement in Coagh _ 20 acres for same lives
DW John Vance, Merchant, Coagh, Tyr
DWMW Mathew Pattison, Merchant, Coagh, Tyr
DWMW William Lawson, Linen draper, Coagh, Tyr

147:332:100452 24/10/1751 Reg 7/11/1751
Lease
Arthur McRory, Linelea, Co Armagh, yeoman, 1P
George Bell, Town of Armagh, Esq 2P
Recites lease (4/10/1751) between
Arthur Graham, City of Dublin 1P
Arthur McRory 2P
1P to 2P, Upper 1/2 of town of Linilea for 25 years (45 acres)
Here 1P to 2P for £25, redeemable for £25
DW Adam Bell, Co Armagh
DWMW Samuel Bell, City of Dublin, Gent
MW William Livingston, Town of Armagh

234:84:151298 8/07/1752 reg 25/07/1764
Deed Poll (Marriage Settlement)
Nicholas Cross, Kennigoe, Killyman 1P
John Cross, his son 1P
Henry O'Cahan, Cahan's brook, Co L'derry 2P
Olivia O'Cahan, Eldest dau 2P
John & Olivia to be married
NC to JC as marriage portion, 30 acres in Kennygoe
HC in right of
Margaret, his wife
Intitled to lease in Randlestown, Ant
Francis Smith, Randlestown O
said lease as a marriage portion
JC to O O'C £10 p. a.
DWMW Edmond O'Hesson, Banagher, L'derry
DW Henry Torrens, Dungiven, L'derry
MW Paul Limerick, City of L'derry

267:448:172815 10/06/1749 Reg 10/11/1768
Lease
Rev Richard Vincent, Rector of Donaghmore, Tyr 1P
Matthew Hunter, Drumkee, Killyman 2P
1P to 2P; Drumkee in 2P's possession
Lives:
Mathew Hunter & David hunter, sons of 2P
DW Elizabeth Vincent, then Mullaghmore
DWMW John O'Hagan, Drumkee
MW Kennedy Dunn, Legilly, Tyr, Gent

272:129:173866 NG/NG/1760 Reg 14/01/1769
Release & Assignment
Rev Richard Vincent, Rector of Donaghmore, Tyr 1P
Richard Vincent, Mullaghmore, Tyr, Esq, his son 2P
1P to 2P, various lands incl townland of Drumkee, Killyman, Manor of Carrog, Dungannon, Tyr
DWMW Robert Blackall, City of Dublin, Merchant
DW James Somerville, Tullynure, Tyr, Farmer

290:204:190212 17/02/1772 Reg 9/03/1772
Lease
John Dickson, Co of Bedford, Province of Virginia, America 1P
Francis Cardwell, Bovain, Killyman, Tyr 2P
1P for considerations in s'd lease demised to 2P
Land in Ballynakelly / Derrylust, 50a English Measure in Par Killyman, Tyr, Rent £22
DWMW William Cardwell, Clanmore, Tyr, Merchant
DWMW William Lockart, younger, Charlemont, Arm
DW William Blacker, Charlemont, Gent

291:7:188985 20/01/1768 Reg 17/09/1771
ID Lease
William Blacker, Carrick, Arm, Esq 1P
Nicholas Sharp, Brookend, Tyr, Farmer 2P
1P for rents demised to 2P part of Brookend, Arboe, Tyr (90 acres Scotch Measure)
Lives:
S'd NS, & John & George Maxwell, sons to Robert Maxwell of Killyfaddy, Co Londonderry, Rent £46.7.6
DW William Eccles, Elaghtin, Tyr
DWMW William Mossgrove, Elaghtin, Tyr
MW John Murphy, City of Dublin, Gent

322:157:214006 3/11/1777 Reg 25/11/1777
Release
Francis Cardwell, Late of Trew & now Ballynakelly, Tyr 1P
John Haselton, Bovain, Tyr 2P
Recites:
1P for £97.15.4 by 2P granted 1/3 part of Bovain, Try for ever, subject to redemption
DW Thomas Verner, Church Hill, Esq Arm
DW George Pepper, Richhill, Gent, Arm
DWMW Patrick Kelly Sherry, City of Dublin, Gent

377:195:251274 25/04/1786 Reg/05/1786
Assignment (Mortgage)
Benjamin Cross, Elder, Kinigoe, Killaman, Farmer 1P
Benjamin Cross, Younger, Kinigoe, Killaman, Farmer 1P
Thomas Greer, Dungannon, Merchant
1P to 2P for £60, Lands in Kinigoe with covenant of redemption
DWMW William Cross, jun, Dungannon, Merchant
DWMW Thomas Greer, jun, Dungannon, Merchant

390:349:256833 6/12/1773 Reg 21/05/1787
Assignment
Isabella Trimble, Bawn, Donaghmore, Tyr 1P
John Hutchman, her son, Drumkee, Killyman, Tyr 2P
1P for considerns assigned to 2P part of Drumkee in his possession
+ part of s'd lands (O James McIliny) during lives in original lease held from
Rev Richard Vincent Rent 8s p. a.
+ other 1/2 t of s'd lands (O John Weaney + O Phelemy Murphy)
DW Benjamin (Steergys), Myroe
DWMW John O'Hagan, Drumkee
MW William Lockart, Charlemont, Armagh

381:276:251960 20/06/1786 Reg 30/06/1786
Indented Deed
John Richardson, Somerset, Co L'derry, Esq 1P
Charles Richardson, Thorndall, Tyr, Esq 2P
James Stevenson, Knockan, Co L'derry, Gent 3P
Rev Richard Waddy, Rector of Par Cumber, Dio of Derry 3P
Recites:
Richard, Archbishop of Armagh by lease 24/02/1786 demised to 1P
Lands of Gortnasheagh, Ballyclog +
Aghengull + 1/3 part of Liseclare
Samuel Bryan Form O
Lands of Mullaghune als Brigh, Ballyclog
said leases made to 1P in trust for 2P
2P a party as demonstrated by signing
1P for £1,200 to 2P by 3P; above towns
DWMW Hamilton McClure, City of Dublin, Gent
DW William McNeill, City of Dublin, Gent
DW Bernard Maguire, servant of Hamilton McClure

394:401:260735 1/09/1786 Reg 4/02/1788
Mortgage
Josiah Hutchman, Tullynure, Co L'derry 1P
William Walker, Coash, Par Killyman 2P
1P's claim to part of Drumkee held from
Isabella Hutchman under lease for 3 lives (12a) to 2P
subject to clause of redemption for £20
DWMW William Lockard, Charlemont, Armagh
DW Samuel Willson, Gortagown, Tyr, Gent
MW James Cooper, Moy, Tyr

415:223:273488 20/10/1788 Reg 12/02/1790
Release
James Hutchman of Bray, Tyrone 1P
Sarah Hutchman, Tullynure, Londonderry 1P
William Walker, (Casul) Tyrone 2P
1P to 2P; sell farm in Drumkee, Killyman + lease granted by late Richard Vincent, 8s per acre
DW Patrick Kerr, Dungannon, merchant
DWMW Samuel Wilson Gortagowan, Tyrone, Linen Weaver
MW Andrew Vance, Dungannon, yeoman

542:205:357184 24/12/1801 Reg 24/12//1801
Rent Charge
John Cranston of Dohill, Co Monaghan 1P
Joseph Rogers of Newbliss, Co Monaghan, merchant 2P
1P for £700 granted yearly rent charge of £100
From amongst others various lands in Parish of Killyman, Tyr
Lands of Lowertown etc
I moiety of cornmill thereon
1 moiety of yearly rent out of Drumaspill, Drumcro, Drumhorrick & Tartlaghan
+ £2.10 out of Bovain, Boghanam + Tamnaghmore
DWMW Alexander Cooke, City of Dublin, Gent
DWMW Benedick Arthur, City of Dublin, Gent

617:19:420425 23/01/1803 Reg 15/09/1809

John Hazelton, Myroe, Tyr, Gent 1P
John Richardson, Ballanakilly, Tyr, Farmer 2P
1P for £68 assigned to 2P
As described in lease between
James Moore Hamilton 1P
James Speer, Esq, Desertcreat 1P
John Annis, Kenaghan 2P
DW Francis Cardwell, Ballynakilly, Tyr
DWMW Simon Hazelton, Dungannon, Tyr


Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Indexes to Registry of Deeds, Newry; 1708-1739

Tenems, Pks, Meadows Mathews-Hamilton 5:317:1967
Tenems, Pks, Meadows Bagnall-Wallace 6:347:2244a
2 Tenem, Bridge St Whitfield-Murdock 7:419:2784
L’d Hillsbor-Murdock 72:280:50751
L’d Hillsbor-Denton 76:501:55604
Denton-L’d Hillsbor 76:502:55605
L’d Hillsbor pt of Newry Hill-L’d Blessington 8:262:2732
L’d Hillsbor-Denton 76:501:55604
2 houses/Pks, Upper St Jesson-Rider 16:165:7190
Mr Bagnall’s Estate} Nedham-Pitt 89:142:61990
Castle & Rectory} Bayly-Murray 16:209:7308
Mr James Read’s Will 27:481:17874
Nedham-Blake 50:404:33558
Nedham-Blake 55:241:36749
Blake-Blake 55:242:36759
Nedham-Nedham 63:437:44303
Nedham-Metland 67:174:45764
Nedham-Thompson 66:190:45765
Nedham-McCamon 67:174:45766
Nedham-Nedham 69:70:47314
Nedham-Corry 70:81:47418
Nedham-Drumgoole 69:89:67422
Nedham-Combs 70:88:47462
Nedham-Murdock 71:88:47462
Bayly-Moore 72:30:50847
Bayly-Moore 74:213:50848
Hse, Form O Mrs Butterfield, High St Nedham-Camack 17:163:8460
2 Tens + Meadow, Boat St McMechan-McMaster 19:278:10152
2 Tens, Rampier Pk Gardner-Smith 23:125:12879
Castle + tens therein devised L’d Hillsborough-Ross 25:75:13559
Ross-Mathews 29:281:17257
Ross-Ballentine 66:403:47118
Bonnett-Mathews 76:76:52896
Cross- L’d Hillsborough 81:51:56083
L’d Hillsborough-Mathews 81:68:56162
L’d Hillsborough-Hutcheson 87:55:60562
2 Tens, Chadocks Pyke (Hill st, South) L’d Hillsborough-Murdock 24:317:13904
Corcreky / Loghorne Read-Gardner 26:514:16597
Read-Roch 30:125:16786
Read-Hamilton 30:142:16940
Pt Ten, Backside Boat st Nedham-McKown 47:14:29333
Pt Jos Dicky’s Ten/Dirty Lane, High st Nedham-Graham 45:310:29390
Pt Ten + Pr (FO Thos Greenway, Dirty L) Nedham-Lindsay 49:94:31036
2 Tens / 3 Parks Reid-Rainey 28:214:17323
Pt Ten, FO Jas Ball, Boat St Nedham-Humphreys 49:185:31448
Another part Nedham-Ball 47:476:31543
Hse near Castle / Pk Trevor Hill Mathews-Corry 49:198:31552
Corry-Mathews 93:108:65007
Mathews-Corry 93:109:65008
Houses Wallace-Hutcheson 48:261:31553
Wallace-Hutcheson 75:525:54190
Tens / Parks near town Wallace-Hamilton 51:10:32587
Tens, Mill St, Market Pce Campbell-Gledstanes 51:160:33192
2 Pks, Armagh side L’d Hillsbr-Rieussett 51:293:33742
2 tens, Mill st, Castle st Rieussett-Rieussett 64:125:43060
Rieussett-Bonnel 71:390:51619
2 Ten, Bridge St L’d Hillsbr-Murdock 52:228:34349
L’d Hillsbr-Cooper 83:262:58722
Ten (John Dickey, F O) Wallace- Graham 54:356:36045
Wallace-Wainright 57:173:37865 Graham-Moore 70:200:48028
Ten / Park Wallace-Newell 55:158:36337
Rent charge (Wm Blyth FO) Wallace-Wainright 57:173:37865
(O Jas Wallace near Crown bridge) Wallace-Gordon 57:495:39408
Wallace-Gordon 60:372:41335
Garden area, Millrace Greenway-Carlile 58:303:39594
Ground near Key Wallace-Ross 60:19:39695
Ten ( FO Wm Bayly) Mill st Drongoole-Moore 58:363:39801
Hse / Meeting Hse Wallace-Gordon 60:372:41335
O Jane Ball, Boat St Ball-Russell R 1729 61:315:41468
Grand Rd to Rathfryland Wallace- Mears 64:285:43868
Mears-Ross 62:503:43869
Robert Rainey O Wallace-Brownwell 68:111:47236
Jas McCamon O North St Nedham-McCamon 68:346:48420
Jas Rea O North St Nedham-Rea 70:294:48421
Rea-Cochran 88:455:63272
Magennis’s Ten, N side, Mill St Nedham-Drumgoole 68:346:48422
Widow Gabby O, High St Nedham-Corry 70:295:48425
2 Houses / Beer cellar, N side, Boat St Magill-Pollock 70:351:48665
James Clugston Ten, E side, Boat St Nedham-Gordon 71:125:49463
Gordon-innie 73:262:50824
Gordon-Dickson 79:531:57239
James Stewart O High St Nedham-Thompson 71:163:49772
Wm Johnston / John Burbridge O Mill St Nedham-Mitchell 71:303:50871
Nedham-Woods 87:338:61966
Ten, High St Nedham-McCamon 73:325:51257
Keeth’s Ten, High St, S side Nedham-Campbell 71:439:51965
2 Ten & Josh Craige’s, North St, E side Nedham-Scott 71:440:51966
FO Andw Campbell, Market St W side Nedham-Carlile 75:21:51967
Nedham-Wood 87:338:61966
Ten, North St, W side Nedham-Scott 75:22:51968
Ten, North St, W side Nedham-Carlile 75:22:51969
Ten, Boat St, East side Nedham-Townly 75:23:51970
Ten, Market St, W side Nedham-Humphreys 75:23:51971
Ten, North St, W side Nedham-Campbell 71:440:51972
Winslow’s Ten, Castle St W side Nedham-Russell R 1733 74:443:51973
Ten, North St, W side Nedham-Ballantyre 71:441:51974
Ten, North St, W side Nedham-Lee 75:74:52208
FO Hugh Smith, North St, W side Corry-Smith 75:215:52634
Geo Jessons Ten, Mill St Nedham-Rakestraw 77:68:52751
O Jas Stewart} Mill St} Bonnett-Mathews 76:76:52896
FO Jas Clugston}Mill St} L’d Hillsbr-Cooper 83:262:58722
Tenement Castle St} Rieussett-Mathews 87:447:62545
Tullygreen Corrskogh}
O John Magra Wallace-Hutcheson 75:525:54190
Sev Tens, North St L, W side Nedham-Cross 80:116:55136
The Moyeth of Castle Moore-Waring 80:143:552245
Ten adj Brewery & opp Church Wallace-Clarke 76:477:55480
Ten FO Jas Dckey, High St Nedham-Pollock 79:242:55614
O Hugh Smith, North St, E side Nedham-Corry 78:314:56002
O John Alsop, Market St, E side Nedham-Alsop 80:317:56003
Mills & Grist & Adj ten Nedham-Glenny 79:309:56004
Crawford’s Pk, No 3 Nedham-Corry 79:310:56005
FO Richd Skeffington, Boat st E side Skeffington-Parry 80:472:56626
Nedham-Murdock 79:411:56628
Murdock-Kingsbury 90:390:65002
2 Ten North St, E side Nedham-Combs 79:443:56800
Peel Ten, Castle St, E side Nedham-Mtgomery R 1735 80:528:56801
Sev Tens held under Mr Hill Greenway-Taylor 80:531:56811
L’d Hillsbr-Cooper 83:262:58722
L’d Hillsbr-Greenway 85:507:61202
Parson Mathews meadow Nedham-Mathews 83:103:57773
46 acres FO Peter Warren Nedham-Gordon 82:296:57893
Ten dimised by Mr Bagnall} Paine-Moore 83:135:57934
To Mr Buchanan} Nedham-Moore 81:370:57935
Mtgomeries Ten, High St, E side Nedham-Rakestraw 83:158:58082
Sev Ten O Wm Greenway L’d Hillsbr-Cooper 83:262:58722
+ Hugh Garoine + Hugh Skeffington Orr-West 87:287:61649
Ten Wallace-Pollock 85:15:58845
Warrens Ten Bucanan-French R 1736 87:10:60310
O Mr Lawson, High St, East side Lawson-Marshall 84:297:60396
Ten, Market St Murdock-Gordon 87:66:60603
Rectory + 3 Tens Bayly-L’d North 86:363:60772
Ten, North st W side} Nedham-Beatty 88:124:61891
Crawford Pk}
Various properties Nedham-Wood R 1737 87:338:61966
FO Richd Skeffington
O Mr Busby, schoolmaster Murdock-Campbell 89:77:62145
Ten, Kiln, orchard, Mill St, S side L’d Hillsbr-Henderson 91:316:64360
Mr Pike’s Ten, Mill St Jordan 88:558:64901
Multi name deed Nedham-Cope R 1738 91:305:64332
Nedham-English R 1738 91:413:64575
Gillamore-Erwin 93:10:64616
Alsop-Scott 90:37 or 2:64915

79:411:56628 2/05/1730 Reg 27/08/1735
Lease for lives
Robert Nedham, jun, Newry, Down 1P
Mildred Murdock, Newry, Down, Widow 2P
1P demised to 2P severall tens in her possession on
E side of Boat St, Newry
back to stream which divides gardens from desmenes bounded on
N James Townleys, O adj
S old church yard
W Street
E demenes aforesaid
Lives: Royal
DW Samuel Waring, City of Dublin, Gent
DWMW Gabriel Heatly, City of Dublin, Gent
MW James Saunders, Clerke to
William Parry, City of Dublin, Publick Notary

23:125:12879 8/02/1718 Reg 18/03/1718
Mortgage
Henry Gardner, Newry, Co Down, Merchant 1P
Lt Marcus Smith, Newry, Co Down, Gent 2P
Recites:
1P possessed townland of Derribeg, Arm by lease from
Nicholas Bagnall, Late of Newry (26/02/1692)
Lives s'd Henry and his brother, James Gardner & Henry Warren, son of Thomas Warren of Newry, weaver
Recites:
Henry possessed 2 T/ms in Newry + Rampier Park by lease (12/07/1798) from
Nicholas Bagnall
1P for £100 assigns s'd properties to 2P subject to redemption
DW John Brown, Newry, Gent
DW John Combs, Newry, Gent
DWMW Trevor Smith, Newry, Gent

70:81:47418 20/01/1731-2 Reg 21/01/1731-2
Lease
Robert Nedham, Newry, Co Down, Esq 1P
Isaac Corry, Newry, Co Down, Merchant 2P
1P demised to 2P plot in North St Newry
Hugh Smith, dec'd FO
James McCamon O Adj
Mary Campbell O Adj
DWMW Samuel Waring, C'y Dub, Gent
DWMW Nicholas Dromgoole, Newry, Merchant
DWMW Gabriel Heatly, C'y Dub, Gent

75:215:52634 1/10/1733 Reg 11/02/1733-4
Indenture
Isaac Corry, Newry, Merchant 1P
Dorothy Smith, Moyra, Co Down, Widow, 2P
1P granted 2P one annuity of £30 from townland of Ardarragh in Lordship of Newry +
plot of land in North St, Newry
Hugh Smith FO
James McCamon O Adj
DWMW Peter Mason, Moyra Co Down, Gent
DWMW Henry Stanhope, Derrydrew, Co Down, Gent
DWMW Robert Donnaldson, C'y Dub, Gent

87:338:61966 16/08/1737 Reg 10/10/1737
Indenture
Robert Nedham, Newry 1P
Patrick Wood, Par St James,Westminster, Middlesex 2P
1P demised to 2P several tenements in Newry
DW Robert Harrison, Middle Temple, London
DWMW Thomas Jones, Middle Temple, London

(Mill St, Newry)
William Baily Form O / Nicholas Dromgoole O 1 Tenement
Keeth Form O, Carlile Form O, Nicholas Dromgoole O, 2 Tenements
Chaddock Form O, Capt James Germen O, 2 Tenements
Joseph Bales Form O, James Ball O, 1 Tenement
Samuel Black Form O, Capt James Germen O, 1 Tenement
John Burbridge Form O, William Johnston Form O, William Mitchell O, 2 Tenements
John Ferguson Form O, William Greenway O, Tenement behind Mill race
Hugh Humphreys Form O, Thomas Drumgoole O, George Savage O, 1 Tenement
John Seaton Form O, George Lee O, 1 Tenement
Andrew Campbell Form O, John Rakestow O, 1 Tenement
John Hendry Form O, s'd Capt German O, 1 Tenement

(Market St)
Susanna Brown, Widow O, 1 Tenement
Thomas Warren Form O, William Humphreys O, 1 Tenement
Francis Buchanan Form O, John Buchanan O, 1 Tenement
Andrew Campbell Form O, James Carlile O, 1 Tenement
s'd Andrew Campbell Form O, Elizabeth Mercer O, 1 Tenement

(North St)
Edward Smith Form O, James Camon O, 1 Tenement
Edward Smith Form O, Isaac Corry O, 1 Tenement
Edward Smith Form O, Mary Campbell, Widow O, Part Tenement
Edward Smith Form O, Robert Carlile O, Other part Tenement
David ---- Form O, John Combs O, 1 Tenement
Edward Smith Form O, George Templeton Form O, John Scot O, 1 Tenement
William Maze Form O, John Rea, O, 1 Tenement
John Rea O, 1 Tenement
James Ballentine Form O, --- Beatty O, Other part Tenement
Alexander Griffith O, 1 Tenement
George Templeton Form O
Samuel Graham Form O, s'd John Scot O, 1 Tenement

91:305:64332 29/07/1738 Reg 21/08/1738
Indenture
Robert Nedham, younger, Form Newry, now City of London, Esq 1P
William Cope, Loughgall, Arm, esq 2P
Edward Mathews, Newcastle, Down 3P
1P in pursuance of indenture of L & R;
Release;
in consideration of £5,700 granted 2P one annuity of £181 4s upon various tenements
to hold to 2P for life of Edward Jackson, Esq
1P for better security of s'd annuity & for 5s granted same to 3P
DW Samuel Waring
DW Richard Dawson, City of Dublin
DW Edward Houston, City of Dublin, Gent

(Mill St)
Andrew Campbell O
Joseph Bales F O, William English O

(North St)
George Templeton F O, John Scot O
William Maffet O
William Cross O 7 tenem
Robert Blake, dec'd F O, now assignees
James Lindsay, dec'd F O, now assignees
John Combs O, 2 Tenements
Hugh Smith F O, Isaac Corry O

(High St)
Robert Hutcheson O
John McCamen O, 3 Tenements
---- Hall Form O, John McCamen O
late Widow Campbell Form O, John McCamen O
William Thompson, dec'd Form O, now assignees
Richard Jesson O
Andrew Donnan Form O, John McCamen O
John Wilson O
John Ellis O
John Ellis F O, Thomas Ellis O
David Gauston O
Hugh Campbell O
Richard Gallamer O
Joseph Craige O
Andrew Shachan, dec'd Form O, now assignees
Robt Boyle O
James Steel O
Hester Smith O
--- Jesson, F O, John Bath O, Tenement at Brownmount
Thomas McCarroll O
James Boyle O
Lancelot Bolton O
James Jamison O
John Price O
John Rakestraw O
William Davis O
David Lindsey O
Richard McCaudlis O
Edward Humphreys O
Robert Jamison O
James Donnaldson O
Robert Brown O
William Boyd O
John Campbell O
---- Cunningham Form O, George Gordon O
John Lawson O
---- Read, F O, John Lawson O
Robert Pollock O
Robert McCormick O

(East side, Market St)
Robert Hutcheson O, Cock Tenement
Hans Hutcheson O, Part Cock Tenement
Ephraim Murdock O
Thomas Alsop O
Alexander Montgomery, dec'd Form O, ---- Combs O

(East side, Castle St)
---- Griffith Form O, John Woods O
---- Warren, Form O, Robert Gordon O

(Boat St)
John Muldoon Form O, Margaret Irwin, Widow O
John Hucheson O
James Townly O
James Jordan O
Richard Dunbar O
Thomas Alsop O
Robert Gordon O
Samuel McGownaly O
Samuel Corbis O
Peter Swindal O
William Lincklevie O
William McKoyns O
Thomas Lowry O
Henry Moore O
James Drope O
Joseph Clugston O
Robert Gordon O
Andrew Hendry O
Robert Stewart O
Henry McKee O
Hugh Humphreys O
James Ball O

(West side, Castle St)
Henry Russell O
Patrick Boyle O
Edward Lyng O
Thomas Greenway O
William Scott O
Alan Anderson O
Alexander White O
John Atkins O

Chief Rent £3.6.8 p. a. by Lord Hillsborough

William Haddel, Lands of Owley, 262 acres
David Waddal, Lands of Corely, 219 acres
David Heming, Lands of Turrmore, 106 acres
Thomas McKee, Lands of Grangeogh, 167 acres
Charles Courtney, Lands of Lisdrumgullion, 100 acres

91:413:64575 21/08/1734 Reg 10/10/1738
Lease
Robert Nedham, jun, Newry, Down, Esq 1P
William English, Newry, Down 2P
1P demised to 2P, tenement on North side of Mill St
O Ann Crawford, Widow
Form O James Ball
O Adj George Savage, Saddler
DW William Thompson, late of Newry, Merchant
DWMW Gabriel Heatly, City of Dublin, Gent
MW Thomas Dromgoole, manservant to
Samuel Waring, City of Dublin, Gent

96:469;68988 (254) 15/05/40 Reg 4/06/1740
Lease
Robert Nedham, Newry Co Down, Esq 1P
Edward Smith, City of Dublin, Surgeon, 2P
1P demised to 2P T/m on E side of North St, Newry (John Scott, Merchant O)
Mr Gesson O Adj, James Beatty O Adj, Mr Carlile O Adj (late Lt Mark Smith O)
DW Thomas Dromgoole, manservant to
Sam'l Waring City of Dublin, Gent
DWMW Gabriel Heatly, City of Dublin, Gent
MW Jonathan Coole, Shopkeeper to
Charles Frenck

128:555:88131 (298) 13/01/1747 Reg 9/04/1718
Will of John Rakestraw, Newry, Co Down
Demised to John Corbett, City of Dublin, Att'y
His dwelling house in Newry from after the death or marriage of
Jane Rakestraw, his wife subject to rent in lease from
Robert Nedham
Devised to nephew, William Davis, son of
John Davis of High st
His Kiln + T/m in High St
DW Charles Lauran, Newry
DWMW John Davis, Newry
DW George Walker, Newry
MW Hugh Bigger, City of Dublin

132:263:89194 (143) 4/04/1740 Reg 6/08/1740
Articles of Marriage
Rev Thomas Shelton, Newry, Co Down 1P
Katherine Carleton, Newry, Co Down, Widow 2P
Christopher Carleton, City of Dublin, Att'y 3P
Rev Philip Skelton, Town of Monaghan, Clerke 3P
1P for 5s granted to 3P
Townlands of Grenan + Clonlea in Parish of Newry held by 1P +
John Scott, Newry Merchant
by lease from
Rev Dr Joshua Pulleine, Clonallen,
+ T/ms in Newry held by lease from Thomas Nedham
2P for 5s by 3P granted
townland of Tormore, Co Down + Rossinalaugh, Co Donegal
+ money etc she was intitled to by will of her late husband
Christopher Carleton, Esq
DW William Metcalfe, Newry
DWMW Katherine Metcalfe, Newry
MW John Allen, City of Dublin

155:464:105414 2/04/1750 Reg 19/11/1752
Agreement in writing
Thomas Ellis, Newry, Co Down 1P
Rev William Lucas Newry, Co Down 2P
1P demised to 2P dwelling + back house for 31 years, Rent £7.2.6 pa
DWMW George Read, Newry, Distiller
DW George Walker Newry, Pub Notary
MW Thomas Kennedy, C'y Dublin

194:19:127521 3,4/03/1758 Reg 7/03/1758
L & R
Thomas Smith, City of Dublin, Gent, only son & heir of
Edward Smith, dec'd, late of City of Dublin, Surgeon 1P
Robert Scott, Newry 2P
A for £200 assigned to B T/m on East side North St Newry
Mrs Jesson O Adj
James Beatty O Adj
James Carlile O Adj
Part of Lieut Mark Smith, dec'd holdings FO
DW William Benson, City of Dublin, Merchant
DWMW Samuel Heatly, City of Dublin, Gent
MW William Crozier, City of Dublin, Gent

237:473:153719 (569) 1/07/1764 Reg 11/02/1765
L & R
Thomas Smith, Liverpool, Merchant 1P
Only son and heir of Edward Smith, Sugrgeon, dec'd, City of Dublin
David Gaussan, Newry, Co Down, Merchant 2P
Recites:
Robert Nedham leased (5/07/1740) to Edward Smith T/m in Market St Newry
formerly demised to Nicholas Bagenal, Esq, dec'd to Frances Smith, Widow
William Mitchell FO
Lancelot Watson, Merchant FO
Thomas Alsop O Adj
A demised to B
DWMW Samuel Smith
DWMW James Moore

268:71:168041 (41) 26/10/1767 Reg 18/11/1767
ID
Recites:
Isaac Glenny, Savillmore, Co Down, Gent 1P
Robert Davis, Newry, Gent 1P
son and Exor of Will of William Davis, dec'd, Newry, merchant
Elizabeth Davis, Widow of William 1P
assigned unto John Montgomery, Canal St, Newry, Arm 2P
William Davis' dwelling house on the East side of North St
Robert Thompson O Adj
Joseph Marshall O Adj
John Little O
Mr Scott O
DWMW Thomas Smith, Merchant, Newry
DWMW Isaac Glenny, Gent, Newry

828:242:556977 24/06/1826 Reg 6/10/1827
Mortgage
William Robert Scott Church St Dublin 1P
Rev James Kennedy, Fellow of TCD 2P
1P to 2P; 1/3 part of lot in Lisdrumgullion, Armagh between Newry river and canal adjoining the Sugar House and a number of other tenements and plots in Newry and the Castle at Narrowwater held for life of Marcus Corry and subject to an annuity of £56 to William Jolly Esq subject to redemption on payment of £500:
Former O adj Thomas Greenaway in North St
Form O George Blake
O William Scott
Tenement on East side of North St:
O adj David Gaussan
O adj James Bently
O adj John Combs
Garden in Lisdrumgullion:
O adj Edward Corry
O adj James Vance
O adj Ephraim Maddach
O adj the late James McCamon
House:
Form O John Mercer
O adj Bartholomew Burke
Piece of Ground:
Form O John Brown
Form O Carmel Scott
O adj John Brown
Part of David Gaussan’s yard:
O adj Dr Miller
O adj George Cay
Dwelling house:
Prev O Brent Spencer
Turf Bog at Ballymagart:
Form O Patrick Mannion
Form O Richard Mannion
Tenement in Carnehagh:
O adj Thomas Waring
DW John Wogan, 28 Merchants Quay, Dublin
DWMW John Whitley Abraham, Paradise Row, Co Dublin, Gent

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Montgomery Deeds

Exchequer Bill (Crossle papers): Bill entered 20 Feb 1720 [-21]
Ann Fleming & Wm Stevenson, exors of Wm Fleming vs. John and Cesaria Montgomery
Plaintiffs, Ann Fleming & William Stevenson, exors of the will of Wm Fleming, late of Portadown, Co Ardmagh, merchant,
shew that John Montgomery of Craigboy, Co Down, Esq, being indebted to s'd Wm Fleming in £34.16.11 did
on 20th Feb 1712 [-13] execute a bond to s'd Wm Fleming in penalty of £69.13.10 to pay s'd debt,
S'd bond being witnessed by Rodger Montgomery and Cesaria Montgomery, the s'd Rosger's wife, and s'd Rodger was son to s'd John Montgomery, and the s'd Rodger is lately dec'd.
That s'd Wm Fleming made his will and app'd Plts exors thereof and they being intitled to s'd debt applied to s'd John M for payment thereof'
but he combining with his daughter-in-law, the s'd Ceseria M doth refuse to pay s'd debt.
That Plts in Hilary Term 1719 had s'd John Montgomery arrested by virtue of a capias issued out of Court of Common Pleas,
whereupon in Easter Term cash s'd John Montgomery gave bail. Thereupon Plts filed this declaration in s'd court against s'd John Montgomery and paid their venue in Dublin, to which s'd John M pleaded "non est factum" and alleges he did not execute s'd bond.
Plts gave notice to bring the dispute to a trial on 16th of the next Feb, and cited s'd Ceseria to appear as a witness, but she refused to appear having been prevented by s'd John Montgomery.
Plts pray that writs of subpoena be directed to s'd John M to assess did he not execute s'd bond, and to s'd Ceseria M
that she may view s'd bond now in the hands of Patk Cassidy, Plts attorney, and did not she and the s'd Rodger M sign as witnesses thereto.

Chancery Bill (Crossle papers) 27/01/1740
Montgomery vs Colvill
Plt Hannah Montgomery, a minor by Isaac Corry of Newry, Co Down, Plt's near relation and friend, only child and heiress of Patrick M'gomery, who was son and heir of John Montgomery, the elder, by Jane M'gomery alias Crimble, and granddaughter and heiress of s'd John Montgomery, late of Creaghboy, Co Down, Esq.
That s'd John m the elder had two sons: Patk M, his elder son, Plt's father and Roger M
That Patk M Plt's father died in lifetime of s'd father, John Montgomery, the elder leaving Plt his only child.
That s'd Roger M died in lifetime of s'd John M, leaving one son, John Montgomery the younger, the deft and several daughters.
That s'd John M the elder was seized as of fee in the lands of Creaghbuy alias Ballymacrebuy, Co Down by virtue of some settlement made by his father Patk M and by virtue of some fine or as heir to s'd Patk, he the s'd John M the elder did mortgage s'd lands of Creaghbuy to Charles Campbell, late of Dublin Esq for £300.
That s'd Chas Campbell in right of s'd mortgage became seized of s'd lands until evicted thereont? by ??? Wm Ambrose a former lender.
That s'd Chas Campbell died having previously made a will of which he app'd Bruen Worthington, John Moore and Wm Colvill of Dublin.
That in 1728 exors file a bill in this Court against s'd John Montgomery the elder on foot of s'd mortgage, and while s'd suit was in process the s'd John M the elder died intestate, whereupon Plt Hannah became intitled to s'd lands of Creaghbuy as heir-at-law to s'd John M the elder, Plt being only child to his eldest son.
That upon the death of s'd John M the elder s'd John Moore and Wm Colvill, surviving exors of S'd Chas Campbell filed a bill in this Court against John Montgomery, son of s'd Roger Montgomery, which Roger was younger son of s'd John Montgomery the elder, and in 'sd bill a'd John M'gomery the younger is frandently entered as heir-at-law of s'd John M the elder, and they the s'd exors did obtain a decree in s'd Court agst s'd John Montgomery the younger and s'd lands were sold.
That Plt then was out of this kingdom and not able to prevent s'd sale.
That Charles Caldwell gent who is agent for Plt prevailed on Charles Boyd, gent, attorney in Common Pleas to purchase s'd lands at a considerable cost in trust for Plt
That s'd John Moore one of s'd exors has died since the date of s'd decree and now s'd Wm Colvill the surviving exor, doth combine with s'd Charles Boyd, John Montgomery the younger and Chas Boyd and they do refuse to allow Plt to redeem s'd mortgage, that Chas Boyd doth refuse to deliver s'd lands.

80:528:56801 - 2nd May, 1735 Reg 6 Oct 1735
Lease
Robt Nedham, jnr of Newry, Esq to Jane Montgomery, Newry, widow
Tenement on East side of Castle St, formerly in possession of Jno McMahon– known by name of Peel tenement
64ft front to Robt Pollocks garden; 382ft in rere, 29 ft bounded on North by Joh Magra & Jno Flemings tenement
Royal lives - Rent £12 16s
DW Samuel Waring City of Dublin
DWMW Gabriel Heatly City of Dublin
MWJames Sanders, Clerk to William Parry Public Notary, City of Dublin

268:71:168041 26/10/1767 Reg 18/11/1763
Indented Deed
Isaac Glenny, Savillmore, Co Down, Gent 1P
Robert Davis, Newry, son & heir of C 1P
William Davis, late of Newry, merchant
Elizabeth Davis, Widow of C 1P
John Montgomery, Canal St Newry, Co Armagh, merchant
1P to 2P said William Davis’s moiety of Tenement on East side of North St, Newry
O adj Robert Thompson
O adj Joseph Marshall
O adj Widow Thompson
O John Little
O Thomas Scott
DWMW Thomas Smith, merchant, Newry
DWMW Isaac Glenny, Gent, Newry

270:461:174194 - 27th September, 1768 Reg 4 Feb 1768
Indented Deed
John Montgomery of Lisdrumgullion, merchant, & Margaret Montgomery, his wife
James Montgomery of Donaghadee (NB James M – his mark)
DWMW David Richardson of Newry, gent & Christr Aynsworth, Newry, Boatman

278:255:178166 - 11th September, 1769 Reg 11 Nov 1769
Deed Poll
George Nedham Newry Esq 1P
John Montgomery of Canal street, merchant 2P
1P to 2P for £5.5.12 pa demised 2 tenements in Ballybought in possession of George Withers & William Johnston and then in possession of Charles Seaver in trust for Charles Seaver of Morn, Co Down, gent
DW George Ogle, Canal st, Newry, gent
DWMW Isaac Glenny, City of Dublin, Gent
MW John Cuming, Ballycromey, Co Armagh, Gent


278:256:178167 7 Sept 1769 Reg 11 Nov 1769
Deed Poll wrote on back of agreement dated 5/9/1769
George Nedham, Newry, Esq 1P
John Montgomery, Canal st Merchant 2P
1P to 2P for £10.12.8 grant parcel known by name number 7 in possession of Chas Seaver in Lisdrumliska, Co Armagh
Lives: Chas Seaver, Isaac Corry, Edward Corry, Newry, merchant and Edward Corry, son to Edward Corry
2P to Chas Seaver
DW George Ogle, Canal Street, merchant
MWDW Isaac Glenny, City of Dublin, Gent
MW John Cuming, Ballycromey, Co Armagh, gent

318:153:212859 - 10th April, 1775 Reg 18 July 1769
Indented Deed
John Montgomery of Lisdrumgullion, Co Armagh merchant & Edward Corry, Newry Esq
Recites lease 17/4/1773 A demises to B tenement on the North side of New street on west by said Edward Corry’s tenement situate in Lisdrumgullion in Armagh for £5.17.6
DWMW Isaac Corry Newry Esq Thomas Noble Sumerhill, Co Fermanagh, Gent

319:227:212407 12/10/1776 Reg 14/06/1777
Will
Ann Reid, Castle St, Newry, Widow, Dec'd
George Smith, Nephew, £10
Catherine Winder, Sister, £10
Mary Camon, sister, £5
Margaret Baxter, Sister, £5
Mary Markey ors Winder, Niece, 328.8.9 + silver punch ladle
Jane Davis, Niece, Widow, £11.7.6
Ann Davis, Grandniece, dau to Jane £5.13.9
Ann Montgomery, Grandniece, dau to John Montgomery, Lisdrumgullion, Arm, Merchant
£67.15.4 + 4 silver talble spoons + 3 punch ladles
As to her tenement in Castle St, she bequeaths to s'd Ann Montgomery
Except shop + 2 little offices (FO John Davis) and then in poss'n of Ann Montgomery
to s'd nephew, George Smith + plot behind tenement (O John Ogle)
Exors John Montgomery & Hugh McDowell, Lisdrumgullion, Gents
DWMW James Maxwell, merchant
DW William Seawright, merchant
DW James Murdock, Publican, Newry
MW William (Banphe) Newry, Gent

[I suspect that Ann Reid might have been a sister of John Montgomery's mother Cesaeria Smith]

345:242:232056 6/07/1782 Reg 23/08/1782
Mortgage
Conway Courtney, Sadler 1P
John Crawford, Peruke maker & hairdresser 1P
John Montgomery, Canal St, Armagh, Merchant 2P
1P to 2P Tenement in North St, Newry, Co Down
O Samuel Heron, Publican & s’d John Crawford
Void on payment of £150 and interest
DW Daniel Carpenter, Sugar Island, Armagh
DWMW James Ogle, Newry, merchant
MW Hugh McDowell, Canal St, Newry, Armagh, Gent

381:73:251318 17/08/1784 Reg 22/05/1786
Articles of Agreement (Mar Settl)
Alexander Falls, Sugar Island, Lisdrumgullion, Arm, Merchant 1P
Ann Montgomery, Canal St, Lisdrumgullion, Spinster, dau of 2P
John Montgomery, dec'd, Canal st, Lisdrumgullion
Isaac Corry, Newry, Down, Esq 3P
James Falls, Aughnacloy, Tyr, Merchant 3P
Recites:
s'd Ann Montgomery under will of Mrs Ann Read, late of Newry was possessed of house etc in Castle St yielding profit of £26.6.7 p. a.
Marriage of 1P to 2P
1P to receive £181.13.3 ????
2P as one of children of John MtGomery intitled under will of Sir Trevor Corry, Bart to share of £2,000
1P member of Amicable Annuity Co of Newry; in right of which 2P (as widow) intitled to £60 p. a.
2P in consideration of jointure of £60 to settle house in Castle St on 1P and then to 2P & heirs
1P executed bond to s'd trustees of £600
DW George Anderson, Newry, Down, Merchant
DWMW Thomas Smith, Warrenpoint, Down, Esq
MW Isaac Montgomery, Newry

Can I find anything on Ann Read, Castle St?

408:45:268142 - 14th April, 1789 Reg 30 Apr 1789
Mortgage
Roger Montgomery & Isaac Corry
Montgomery to Corry for £2 land on Merchants Quay, Newry bounded on North by David Gaussan’s tenement, on East by navigation bank, on South by Thompson & Gordon’s tenement & West by waste tenement, property of Edward Corry, whereon are built several tenements occupied by James Mullan, Samuel Campbell & Archibald Taylor
Held on lease by late Wm Nedham to John Montgomery, late of Newry, merchant, who by last will gave to Roger Montgomery
DWMW Geo Anderson, Newry & Wm Brown, Newry, Gent

519:147:338488 19 Dec 1798 Reg 2/3/1799
Lease
Roger Montgomery Esq Capt HM 30th Reg of Foot, 1P
Andrew & Hugh Carlisle, Newry, Merchants 2P
Land bounded on West by Samuel Hanna, on South by James Hanna
DWMW Isaac Corry & Trevor Corry, Newry Gents

NB Extract from Drennan letters [February, 1783]
Talks of final illness of Mr Montgomery, a half brother of Isaac Corry; wife and friends mentioned; half brother to Mrs Scott
Old man of 70 – one of his sons an officer daily expected from St Lucia
Footnote says he was the son of [Edward?] Montgomery and Caesarea Smith

Newry

87:10:60310 5/11/1734 Reg 29/01/1736
Articles of Agreement (Marriage Settlement)
Laurence Paine, Clangill, Meath, Esq 1P
Judith Buchanan, City of Dublin, Widow 2P
Jeffery French, Middle Temple, London, Esq 3P
Marriage 1P to 2P
Recites:
2P has annuity of £300 as jointure out of estate of former husband, Arthur French, dec'd, Clonquin, Co Roscommon
2P in lifetime of late husband, Nicholas Buchanan, dec'd, City of Dublin had lands in Ballybot, Arm & Newry, Down
2P intitled to benefit of judgement obtained by John Buchanan, dec'd against Thomas Grove, Castleshanagherin, Donegal, dec'd for £493
2P to 3P properties in Arm & Down for purposes in deed
DW Francis Anderson, City of Dublin
DWMW Richard Nelson, City of Dublin
MW Elinor Nelson, wife of s'd Richard

343:340:236523 28/04/1781 reg 25/05/1783
Lease
John Atkinson, younger, Moine, Down, Gent 1P
George Atkinson, Moine, Down, Gent 1P
Archibald Davison, Newry, Down, Innkeeper 2P
1P for yearly rents of £33.13 granted to 2P
Dwelling house in Castle Lane & 8 houses in North part of Shambles in Castle Lane
DW John Walmsley, Ballykeel, Down, Linen draper
DWMW Samuel Walmsley, Ballykeel, Down, Linen draper
MW George Anderson, Newry, Merchant

418:190:272973 11/01/1790 Reg 26/01/1790
ID
Archibald Davidson, Newry, Down, Innkeeper, 1P
Iver McIver, Liverpool, Merchant 2P
Tristram Lowther, Liverpool, Merchant 2P
1P stood indebted to 2P in sum of £302.5s
1P for considn granted to 2P
Premises in Castle Land & 8 houses on North side of Shambles in Castle St
demised to 1P by John & George Atkinson
2P acknowledge £302.5s was property of Walter Ewing, Glasgow, Merchant; 2P in trust only
DWMW Daniel Brown, Newry, Down, Att'y
DW John Edgar, Newry, Gent, Clerk to
Clement Gillespie

576:255:389187 12/11/1805 Reg 24/12/1805
ID
John Ogle, Fathom, Arm, Esq 1P
Arthur Davidson, Newry, Down, Chandler
1P for considn did release to 2P dwelling now in 1P's possn in Castle st
+ uninterrupted passage thro' entry
O Adj Patrick Drumgoole, Apothecary
Grand Lease from William Nedham, Esq, Rent £27.17.9
DWMW John Ogle, Att'y, city of Dublin
DW James McDowall, Newry, Arm, Gent

672:11:461018 Reg 8/11/1813 Reg 27/12/1813
Assignment
Robert Fleming, Newry, Down, Brazier 1P
James Davidson, Louth, Grocer 2P
Isaac Davidson, Newry, Down 2P
Recites:
1P for £120 assigned to 2P
dwelling house in Water St, Newry, Form O James (Peard) & now 1P O for 30 years
DWMW John Russell, Newry, Att'y
DW James Magwenen

798:536:539271 1/01/1825 Reg 8/01/1825
Assignment
Arthur Davidson, Newry, Down, Chandler 1P
Hugh Carroll, Newry, Currier 2P
1P assigned to 2P dwelling house form O 1P & now 2P in Castle Street
Passage thro' gateway ajd s'd house, Form O Patrick Drumgoole
under lease between John Ogle, Fathom, Arm, Esq & s'd 1P
DWMW Charles Cavanagh, Newry
DW James Davidson, Newry

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Morell Deeds

Deeds relating to Linen near Newtownlimavady (including Murrell/Morell deeds) (see Murrell of Balteagh)

22:31:11277 4 Nov 1715 Reg 10/05/1718
Satisfaction of mortgage
John Cowan, City of Londonderry, Esq 1P
Wm Ross of Newtownlimavady, merchant 2P
David McCullaught NTL & Anne McCullogh als Bovy, his wife, one of the daughters & co-heir of James Bovy of NTL merchant dec'd 3P
For £260 paid by William Ross the said John Cowan, David & Anne McCullaught did discharge William Ross & grant 1/6 part of lands of Claughan, Carrick & Muldoine
DW Walter Williamson, Jonathan Tiddell & William Merefeild, Newtownlimavady
DW Robert Graham
DWMW William Dent, City of Dublin

38:536:25294 25 Oct 1722 Reg 14/02/1722
Hector Graham, Lea, Queen's County 1P
Robt Ross of Rostrevor, Co Down, Esq 2P
John Gordon of Belfast, Co Antrim, merchant 2P
Alexander Hamilton, Dublin, Attorney of HM Court of Common Pleas 2P
1P to 2P; Full 1/6 part of various townlands in Manor of Freemore, Londonderry
DW Alecander Ross, Rostrevor, Co Down
DW James Stennus, Monaghan
DWMW Robert Scott, City of Dublin
MW John Newill, Shuptown, Co Down

97:502:69326 – 5th June, 1740 Reg 14 July 1740
Lease
James Martin of Ballynahery, Londonderry, farmer for £10 paid by Lord Henry Conyngham makes over to HC all my right to property in townland of Ballyquin, to 1/3 of which I am entitled by virtue of a lease for 3 lives with clauses for renewal for ever made by Wm Conolly to me, said James Martin, Samuel Murrell and Robert Hewey in a large and ample manner as the same is now in the possession of Robert Murrell, Jas Boyle and others
DW Thos Boyd, Newtownlimavady, merchant
DWMW Michael Ryder, Dublin
MW Thos Smith, City of Dublin, gent

113:45:77363 – 8th Sept, 1743 Reg 15 Sept, 1743
Indented Deed
Robert Huey, the island of Inch, Tyrone, farmer 1P & Thos Smyth, Newtownlimavady, Esq 2P
1P to 2P – ¼ of Ballyquin then in occupation of Darby O’Cuig & Bryan O’Kiney? & their undertenants re lease made by Wm Conolly, dec’d to Robt Huey, Sam’l Murrile & James Martin (& John Kerr) of the whole towne of Ballyquin
DWMW James Hamilton & Henry Sloan both City of Dublin, gents

126:229:86621 5/10/1726 Registered 22nd Sept 1747
Robt Huey of Gervelagh parish of Ardstraw Barony of Omagh gives Bellequin to Robert Morial now residing in B’q – 5th Oct 1726
DW Samuel Jackson, late of Limavady
DWMW John Huey of Ardarvae, Co Tyrone, Farmer
MW James Mullen of Strabane, Gent

151:421:102037 8/09/1743 Reg 25/02/1752
Indented Deed
Robert Huey, Island of Inch, Farmer 1P
Thomas Smith, Newtownlimavady, Co Londonderry 2P
1P to 2P for consideration, townland of Ballyquin, part of Manor of Limavady, barony of Kenaught for life of Robert Huey, surviving life of lease granted by William Conolly of Newhill, Co Londonderry dated 4/04/1700 & for lives of Robert Huey, Samuel Moriel & James Martin
DW John McClellan of Inch, Farmer
DW John Smith Magilligan, Esq
DWMW John Mullan, servant to Thomas Smith
MW John Cooper, City of Dublin

160:193:106951 1/04/1746 Reg 28/02/1753
Deed Poll or Assignment
William Loghny, Drumgaveny in Manor of Freemore, Balteagh, Co Londonderry 1P
Robert McClelland, Mulkeeragh, Co Londonderry 2P
1P to 2P, lease from Rt Hon , Lord Viscount Tyrone
DWMW Hugh Smith, Mulkeeragh, Co Londonderry, Farmer
DW James McClenachan, Ballaghaneden, Co Londonderry, Farmer
MW Paul Limrick, City of Londonderry, Gent

161:188:108216 18/12/1746 Reg 25/05/1753
Assignment
Samuel Oliver, Main, Balteagh, Co Londonderry, Farmer 1P
Robert Love, Main, Balteagh, Co Londonderry, Farmer 2P
1P to 2P for £7.2, lands in Main
DWMW Daniel Dunlap, Main, Balteagh, Co Londonderry
DW William Shannon, Balteagh, Co Londonderry
MW Hugh Sherrard, NTL, Merchant

163:416:109831 16 July 1753 Reg 25 Sept 1753
Robert Love of Main and Alexander Ogilby of NTL, linen draper.
RL for £3 to AO for 90 years
The water course leading to the said Alexander Ogilby’s bleach yard in said townland of Maine as the same is now laid out and through the said Robert Love’s farm with liberty to scour said water course as often as is required the same as also the turf road leading from the turf bog of Mulkoragh to the said Bleach Green as the same is now occupied and worked by the said Alexander Ogilby. The said Robert Love doth bind his heirs.
DWMW James Dunlap and William Callwell of Maine, farmer

170:408:114441 2/09/1754 Reg 24/09/1754
????
Isaac Taylor, Newtownstewart, Co Tyrone, Clerk 1P
James Taylor, his eldest son, Clerk 2P
1P to 2P, 1/6 part of lands of Carrick, Cloghan & Muldony, Co Londonderry
DW Francis Hamilton, Newtownstewart, Co Tyrone, Gent
DWMW Murray Kathrens, City of Dublin, Gent

174:510:177271 – 5th Apr, 1755 Reg 21 May 1755
Mortgage
David George (son of Archibald) of Terrydremont
George Ogilby, Newtownlimavady
George for £68 (Mortgage)
34 acres from Wm Conolly to Archibald George, father of David
DWMW Thos Cunningham and Henry Osburne, Newtownlimavady, yeomen

185:528:124149 8 Mar 1757 Reg 21 Apr 1757
Assignment
James Moore, younger, Ballydivity, Co Antrim, Gent 1P
Alex Ogilby NTL Apothecary 1P
Rev Henry Erskine of Derrymore Co Londonderry 2P
Reciting Geo Lane of NTL, merchant & Charles Fowler, Ballyness Dung, gent
Debts & such - by bond dated 5 Aug 1730 bound to 1P's and unto Robert McCausland and Chas Moore executors of Archibald Fowler dec'd, Ballyness gent to sum of £200 obtained judgement against Geo Lane and Chas Fowler Robt McCausland & Chas Moore dec'd; 1P owed; 1P bond to 2P for £200 (ie interest)
DWMW Adam Clyde, Terrydoe, farmer & Geo Ogilby, NTL, gent

187:488:126188 9/10/08/1757 Reg 14/11/1757
Lease & Release - Deed of Release, Tripartite
Mrs Anne Boyle 1P
Alex Ogilby, Gent, Newtownlimavady 1P
Hugh Boyle, Dungiven, Gent 1P
Rev William Law, clerk, Rector of Killen, Co Donegal 2P
John Moody, Gent, Newtownlimavady 3P
By deeds of Lease & Release dated 31/12 & 1/1 1753
William Law, Castletown, Co Tyrone, Esq & s'd William Law, Clerke
by name of William Law, Clerke, the younger 1P
S'd Anne Boyle 2P
S'd Alex Ogilvy 2P
S'd Hugh Boyle 2P
S'd William Law, Younger & Elder for £1,000 to 1P
Lands called Backtown, part of Carricklee, Barony of strabane to hold subject to redemption
William Law, Younger & Elder, dec'd paid said £1,000
1P to 2P transfered said lands and then to 3P
DW lesley Alexander, Newtownlimavady, Gent
DWMW Richard Cowan, Lifford, Co Donegal, Gent
MW James Miller, City of Dublin, Gent

199:421:132719 8/04/1759 Reg 28/06/1759
Conveyance
Robert Love, Main, Balteagh, Co Londonderry 1P
Henry Scott, Laggin, Co Donegal, Farmer 2P
1P to 2P; 1/4 of Middle Main in Manor of Freemore
DW Robert Colhoune, Molin, Bar of Inishowen, Co Donegal, yeoman
DWMW Moses Scott, Molin, Bar of Inishowen, Co Donegal, yeoman
MW Henry Sloan, City of Dublin

196:414:130376 2/3/08/1758 Reg 22/12/1758
Lease & Release
David George, Terrydremont, Balteagh, Co Londonderry 1P
George Ogilby, Newtownlimavady, Drumachose, Gent 2P
Release recites Rt Hon William Conolly of Newhall leased to Archibald George
the upper 1/2 of Terrydremont (160 acres)
& that David George now has 34 acres
1P to 2P for £200
DW Rev Henry Erskine, Derrymore, Co Londonderry
DWMW Henry Osborne, Newtowntimavady, Innkeeper
MW Robert David, Newtownlimavady, Merchant

213:568:142902 7/09/1756 Reg 9/06/1762
Instrument in Writing on back of Lease (7/09/1756)
James Ross, Scriggan, Dungiven (One of lessees) 1P
John Hazlett, Drumniesly, Bovevagh 2p
Lives Henry Cary, the lessor & Edward Cary, his son or 31 years
1P to 2P for £30
DW William Adams, Crossmake, Farmer
DW Ever Philip O'Hasson, Dungiven, Farmer
DWMW Samuel Hazlett of Drumniesely, Farmer
MW John Hunter, Coleraine, Merchant


220:128:144312 3/04/ 1755 Reg 12/11/1762
Indented Deed
Alex Ogilby, Merchant, NTL 1P
George Ogilby, his son, NTL, 2P
Mary Ross, dau of Michael Ross of NTL, 3P
John Ross & Rev John Campbell, NTL, 4P
1P to 4P, dwelling house of Alex O & 6 acres
DW Michael Ross, NTL, Gent
DWMW Richard Cowan, Lifford, Donegal, Gent

231:361:150353 12 Apr 1763 Reg 4 May 1764
John Ross, NTL, merchant & David Ross, London
John Ross for £1,800 by David Ross
JR to DR Church land lease of Cumber in Londonderry
+ said JR’s ½ interest in mortgage of £200 on lands of Shendy & Lislive + his ½ share of stock they, John & David have in trade consisting of white linen cloth, green linen cloathes & said David did give John Ross his ½ share of house in NTL in which Alexer Ogilby now lives
Said David should have rent arrears due on said lands of Cumber and also Muldoney + John same on Cloghan & Carrick each have full 5/6 of said lands of Clohan & Carrick & Muldoney of which they were then possessed
DWMW Alexander Ogilby, jun, and William Campbell both NTL Merchants

232:371:152764 - 1st Mar, 1750 Reg 7 Nov 1764
Assignment
Recites Abraham Hillhouse of Shreevehill, gent by deed 5th Mar 1743 to Daniel Dunlap
Daniel Dunlap, Maine to James Dunlap, his son of Maine, farmers
1P to 2P part of Maine, Manor Freemore, Barony Keenaught in Daniel Dunlap's possession
DWMW Wm Callwell of Cloghen & John Lindsay of Drumnagovearn
[NB Daniel Dunlap householder in Main in 1740]

239:591:163962 6 Mar 1766 Reg Feb 4 1767
Lease
Rt Hon Henry Lord Vist Conyngham, Slane, Co Meath 1P
John Smith of Tamlaght, Co Londonderry, Bleacher & Linen Merchant 2P
1P to 2P 13a of arable land on SW side of lower half town of Terrrydremont joining river Roe & 2a Bog, Plantation measure on south of said lands
For the use and benefit of a bleach yard or bleach green in Manor of Limavady
for lives, Wm Smith of NTL, gent, Robert Smith, eldest son of Thomas Smith of NTL aged about 11 years & Andrew Smith, son to Thomas, aged 8 years
DW Thomas Smith, Esq
DWMW Thomas Lecky, City of Londonderry, Gent

239:592:163963 6 Mar 1766 Reg Feb 2 1767
Lord Viscount Rt Hon Henry Conyngham 1P
John Smith of Magilligan, Co Londonderry 2P
1P to 2P; lower half of Terrydrement then in possession of John Smith & his undertenants except 13a which was reserved for bleach green on SW side joining river Roe in Barony of Limavady, barony of Kenaught, Co Londonderry
Lives Robert Smith (11), Andrew Smith (8) sons of Thomas Smith of Limavady & John Taylor (8) don to George Tyler, Limavady
DW James Gamble, Newtownlimavady
DWMW Thomas Smith, Esq


239:355:158570 17/18 Oct 1764 Reg 28/01/1766
Lease & Release
Lease
Thomas Boyle & Henry Boyle his son of Drumcovit, Co Londonderry 1st part
Jas Stevenson of Knockan, Londonderry, John Stevenson of Fortwilliam & Rev Thos Torrens, City of Londonderry 2nd part
1 to 2, ½ of Drumcovit, same is divided & set apart & whereon the Bleaching Green and Bleach Mill is made & other lands in Barony of Kenaught
Release
Thomas Boyle & Henry Boyle 1P
Jane Stevenson, daughter of William Stevenson, late of Knockan, spinster 2P
Jas Stevenson of Knockan, Londonderry, John Stevenson of Fortwilliam & Rev Thos Torrens, City of Londonderry 3P
DW James Boyle, Dungiven, Co Londonderry
DW Thomas Boyle, Drumcovit
DWMW Alexander Clark, Maghera, Co Londonderry

241:165:157847 – 3rd Feb,1763 Reg 2/12/1765
Conveyance
John George of Terrydremont, elder to younger for £12.10s
Lands in the upper half of Terrydremont by lease from William Conolly to Archibald George, father of John George the elder, William Allen & Samuel Speer –
DWMW Randal Seathes, Ballikelly, Co Londonderry, Publick Writer
DWMW George Tyler, Distiller, Newtownlimavady

241:309:159141 – 8th Feb 1766 Reg 2/12/1765
Rt Hon Henry Conyngham 1P
Thos Smith, Newtownlimavady 2P
Recites deed where original three lease holders named in lease of William Conolly to Samuel Moriel, Robert Huey and James Martin dated 4/04/1700 give ¼ to John Kerr
1P to 2P for considerations in deed give Ballyquin for natural life of Robert Morriel who was endorsed as life on back of original lease and for lives of Robert & Andrew Smith, sons of Thomas Smith
DW John Smith, Tamlaught, Linen draper
DW George Lane, Dungiven
DWMW James Gamble, NTL, Clerk to Thomas Smith

242:306:156760 7/07/1765 Reg 3/09/1765
Articles of Agreement
Henry Erskine, Derrymore 1P
William Wilson, Leck, Drumachose 2P
1P possessed mill in Main, held by deed from Daniel Dunlap & James Dunlap, his son
2P bail for 1p for £84 to Robert Scott, Ballyameth
1P to 2P title to mill until sum be paid. If 1P restored to mills of Bolea, 2P to take 10 towns of Balteagh held from Earl of Tyrone (Duncan McCarter O)
DW Dominick McCausland, City of Dublin, Gent
DW William Thompson, Newtownlimavady
DWMW John Evans, Newtownlimavady

248:198:159737 11/04/1766 Reg 21/04/1766
Lease & Release
John Torrence, Ballymacran, Co L'd 1P
Paul Torrence, Ballymacran, son to John 2P
Ann Torrence, wife to John
James Torrence, son to John
1P for £48.10 granted to 2P
1/4 part of Ballymacran which he holds from
Henry, Lord Vis Coningham
Clause that AR & JT should enjoy lands for their natural lives
DW James O'Bryan, Carryclare, Co L'd, Farmer
DW John Martin, Crindlealin, Co L'd, Farmer
DWMW Thomas Moore, Carryclare, Co L'd, Farmer
MW Dominick McCausland, City of Dublin, Gent

252:553:164491 6/03/1767 Reg 9/03/1767
Release
Rt Hon Henry Conyngham, Lord Viscount of Slane 1P
Lesley Alexander, Newtownlimavady, Gent 2P
1P to 2P, 27 acres already reclaimed in Largy Wood with liberty to stubb 13 English acres more
Total 40 English acres + grass & grazing of said Largy Wood
Lives:
John Stewart (10), son to Rev Hugh Stewart of Ballymena, Co Tyrone
John Ross (9), son to David Ross, Londonderry
John Martin (12), son to John Martin, Carrymenagh, Manor of Limavady
DW Roger Murray, City of Dublin, Gent
DWMW William Smith, Newtownlimavady, Gent
MW Thomas Cowan, City of Dublin, Gent

270:71:169758 16/06/1762 Reg 1/03/1768
Lease
Hugh Torrence, Ballynarag, Tamlaghtfinlagan, Co L'd 1P
Jennett Torrens als Lang, his wife 1P
George Creswell, Kerrimuddle, s'd par & co
1P for consid'n demise to 2P
5 acres in Ballynerag for 10 years
DW George Matson, Artikelly, Co L'd
DWMW Ezeikel Moore, NTL, Gent
MW John Mullan, NTL, Grocer

272:134:173893 18/08/1766 Reg 10/01/1769
Release
Henry Lord Viscount Conyngham, Slane, Co Meath 1P
Rt Hon Thomas Conolly, 2P
Lesley Alexander, Newtownimavady 3P
1P with consent of 2p to 3P
Moors Park, 10 acres Plantation Measure & also 2 small fields or park adjoining on North side of Largy comprising 3 Acres
Bounded on East by Roe, on North by Moors Park & on West & South by Largy Wood
Intended to be laid down for a bleaching green + 2 acres turf bog for fule
Lives:
Lesley Alexander, John Alexander, Newtownlimavady, his brother & Robert Smith, eldest son of Thomas Smith of Newtownlimavady
DWMW Roger Murray, City of Dublin
DW Thomas Smith, Newtownlimavady, Gent
DWMW James Gleascock & William Coane, both City of Dublin

293:590:197977 17/06/1766 Reg 9/11/1773
Indented Deed
John George, Terrydremont, Co Londonderry, Farmer 1P
Robert George, Terrydremont, Co Londonderry, Farmer 1P
John Smith, Magilligan, Co Londonderry 2P
1P to 2P, portion of Terrydremont for £60 (David George, former O)
held on lease for lives from Rt Hon William Conolly to Archibald George (grandfather to 1P), William Allen & Samuel Speer
DW Hugh Smith
DWMW James Gamble
MW Robert Smith, Magilligan

298:439:197978 26/10/1767 Reg 9/11/1773
Release
George Ogilby, Newtownlimavady, Gent 1P
John Smith, Magilligan, Co Londonderry 2P
William Conolly, Newhall, dec'd, Gent
Archibald George, grandfather of 1P
William Allen
Samuel Speer
Whereas Wm Conolly leased land of Terrydremont from 1700 to AG, WA & SS (160 acres)
& whereas David George had 34 acres (1/3 part of Archibald)
1/3 David George to George Ogilby for £210 &
then George Ogilby to John Smith for £210
DW Robert McClelland
DWMW James Gamble

332:360:224825 – 10/11th Aug, 1780 Reg 18/08/1780

Lease & Release
David Ker, London & Thomas Pelligrew City of Dublin
Assignees estate of Robert McCausland, Rush Hill, linen draper & bankrupt 1P
Robert Alexander, city of Londonderry, Esq 2P
£964, 2P to 1p
Bolea mill &c +
Mill of Main & the houses and lands whereon the new mill was built +
Small part of land to south of mill for cleaning or winning of Shillen [???]

Extract
Recited in said deed both bearing date 24 July 1773 made by Rt Hon George De La Poer to said Robt McCausland of which this is a memorial, witnesses that the said David Kerr & Thomas Pettigrew did grant to said Robt Alexander all that the Mill of the Main, Mill House & all the houses belonging to the same together with the land belonging or formerly held by Duncum McCarter with the appurtencences situated in L’derry and also the land whereupon the new mill was built with a small part of land to the south of said mill for the cleaning or winning of shillen in Coulnasillagh

DW Ham McClure City of Dublin

DWMW Dominick McCausland, City of Dublin

340:365:229800 12/07/1780 Reg 17/11/1781
Lease
David Ross Beaufort Lodge 1P
Robert Campbell Newtownlimavady, Gent 2P
Leslie Alexander, Newtownlimavady, Gent 2P
1P to 2P, 5/12 of Carrick as held by David Ross & his undertenants subject to leases as formerly granted them for yearly rent of £45
MWDW Peter McDonagh, City of Londonderry, Gent
DW William Lennox, City of Londonderry, Gent
MW James Galbraith, City of Londonderry, Gent

340:365;229801 16/05/1781 Reg 17/11/1781
Deed Poll
Robert Campbell Newtownlimavady, Gent 1P
Leslie Alexander, Newtownlimavady, Gent 2P
1P to 2P, 1/5 Carrick, Co Londonderry
MWDW Peter McDonagh, City of Londonderry, Gent
MW James Galbraith, City of Londonderry, Gent

362:38:241870 – 9th June 1784 Reg 3rd July
Release
Wm Kerr, Terrydremont & Henry Murrell of Ballyquin, Parish of Balteagh
For £380 W to H 36a land in Terrydremont for three lives named in deed
DW William Osborne, NTL
DWMW John Moody, NTL

377:160:251978 30/09/1782 Reg 11/05/1786
Deed Poll
John Smith, Magiligan 1P
Rt Hon Thomas Conolly 2P
Late Henry Lord Conyngham by lease of 6/03/1766
granted to John Smith 1/2 townland of Lomon, lower 1/2 of Terrydremont & 1/4 of 1/2 of Ballyhenry
1P surrenders to 2P his right & title to said lands
DW William Warren Gent
DW John Church, Gent
DWMW Alexander Buchanan, City of Dublin, Gent
DWMW Henry Bigley, City of Dublin, Gent

378:434;253755 23 Nov 1785 Reg 17 Nov 1786
Release
Rev John Harvey of Malin Hall, Donegal (son of Geo Harvey, also Malin Hall)
John Oliver of Cloughan Farmer
JH to JO ¼ middle Main, Manor of Freemore, Barony of Dennaght
30 acres as was granted by Abraham Hillhouse to Robert Love & Samuel Oliver for lives of RL & SO
DW Andrew Knox, Liberties of Londonderry
DWMW John Cook, Malin, Co Donegal

387:399:262292 26/03/1788 Reg 26/04/1788
Release
Abraham McCausland, Culmore in Liberties of Coleraine, Esq 1P
Conolly McCausland, Fruit Hill, Co Londonderry 2P
Conolly McCausland, Strieve Hill, Co Londonderry 3P
1P & 2P to 3P; Honeyvanon, commonly called Freehall & upper & lower Main in Manor of Freemore, Co Londonderry
Subject to redemption on payment of £1,000 + interest
DW James Galbraith, City of Londonderry, Gent
DWMW James Smith, City of Londonderry, Gent
DW Eliza Shipton, Beech Hill

Conolly papers in TCD: 3977/763; 6th Sept 1782
Edward Bulkeley, Limavady, to Conolly enclosing
1 An account of Lesley Alexander’s losses by the erection of other bleach greens on the River Roe.
2 Abstracts of leases and the valuation of the lands contained therin {part of the Limavady estate]
Evidence to prove the illegality of Smith’s leases
In the year 1760 Messrs Smiths erected a bleach green on the Limavady estate of the Rt Hon Lord Conyngham with 3 water wheels on one breast or head of water situated by the River Roe.
In 1769 they erected another wheel on the same heads of water to make a green on a parcel of land on which they obtained a lease for ever from Lord Conyngham. This they let for 31 years to Robert Campbell.
In 1777 Robert Campbell erected another new wheel on same above mentioned land.
In 1779 these tenants made repairs and made new their water course which in dry weather diverted the whole water of the river from its usual channel. There was no water left to come down to Lesley Alexander to supply the 5 wheels erected by him in 1767.
He may suffer a considerable loss and requests the Rt Hon Conolly to name and order a certain share of the water of the Roe to come down the usual channel.


Terrydremond
1713 let for £15
1761 let for £24
In 1760 Smith made leases for 18 years


Ballyhenry
Leases made by John Smith in 1750
Lomond (Catton)
Catton indebted to Smith

Conolly papers in TCD: 3984/1781 – Not dated
Petition of Archibald Kerr of Terrydremond, Limavady to Conolly about his bargain with a John Smith about a bleach green
Smith to hold for a certain time a part of land belonging to AK for part of a bleaching green for a specified sum. Smith was to give Kerr some of the profits which were withheld for three years past. Kerr appeals for redress.

Conolly papers in TCD: 3977/951; 24 Oct 1788
William Ross, Limavady to Conolly enclosing a certified return of the produce of the Roe Mills in Limavady for the year 1788
Acknowledges draft of £600
3 meetings with the millers of the Roe Mills; The first two were positive. On Wednesday I met them in Derry. I went with them to Mr McCausland – (enclosed rent)
Advise you what to do in the matter as Mr Ash had been so unguarded as to give them their Bonds which I believe was the only security you had.
Best wishes to Lady Louisa.

435:12:278010 – 18/19 Aug 1790 Reg 9 Nov 1790
Lease & Release
Jas Dunlap, Maine, farmer & Daniel Dunlap, son of James
½ of prop in lower Main, 20a in Daniel’s possession & 1 part of rent and profits of corn mill and bleach green
Daniel to pay ½ rent and taxes
Wit Alex Boyle NTL & Sam Martin of Culmore

435:360:278011 – 27/28 Oct, 1790 Reg 9 Nov 1790
Lease & Release
Daniel Dunlap, farmer & William Haslett of Cloney
Daniel to William for £277, 20a Lower Main
MWDW Sam Martin, Culmore, Atty & William Haslett, Newtownlimavady

448:360:287694 – 17th Jan 1791 Reg 3 Feb 1792
Lease & release
Jas Dunlap of the Main & Alex Dunlap one of his sons
For £125
Part of Main – 5a + one moiety of Bleach Green & corn mill thereon
DWMW William Forrester, Greenfield and John Church of Churchland, Londonderry

458:453:296510 – 8th August 1747 Reg 28 Feb 1793
Deed Poll
Robert Murrell of Ballyquin & Samuel Murrell & John Murrell of Ballyquin, sons
Robert to Samuel & John Ballyquin, share & share alike
DW James Irvine of Limavady & Jno Ervine of Carrick
MW John Ervine & Samuel Martin, Attorney
Reg 28th Feb, 1793 by John Murrell

479:411:307739 – 7th Jan 1778 Reg 17 July 1794
Robert Murrell, late of Ballyquin – WILL
To son Samuel Murrell ½ lands in Ballyquin
To son John Murrell other ½
Wit James Irvine of Deerpark, John Ervine of Carrick & Hugh McClelland, late of Carrick
Memorial executed by John Murrell Junr Reg 8th May 1794
Witn John Ervine, Carrick & John Delap of Carrick
*** I assume from the registration dates that Samuel died 1793; possibly John jnr died 1802

485:433:314154 24 Apr 1795, Reg 16 May 1795
Daniel Dunlap of Dungiven & John Murile of Ballyquin
Said John Dunlap was indebted to Wm Haslett of Cloney secured by a mortgage on part of lands of Main in a certain bond debt
Said John Murrell had agreed to pay said debt & 10s – grant unto John of lands of Main – 20 acres Cunningham measure until the whole of the principle & costs be paid
MWDW Samuel Martin of Culmore, atty & Rev Robt Steele of Dungiven

491:258:317940 – 19/20 July, 1795 Reg 14 Nov 1795
Lease & Release
Wm Haslett of Cloney & John Murrill of Ballyquin, linen merchant
Recites Wm Haslett intitled to a mortgage exec, 1790, by Daniel Dunlap, 20a + one full ½ of rents and profits of corn mill and bleach green erected on lands + on death of Jas Dunlap, 1c +1/2 of land in Main
Wm H for £303 16s 4d, in Manor of Freemore to John Murrell
DWMW Sam Martin & DW Jackson Douglass

501:74:317863 1 Aug 1793 Reg 13 April 1795
Deed Poll
Wm Douglass, America, farmer 1P
John Douglass, Main, Co Londonderry 2P
Wm for £100 gives tenement or farm of land in Main to John Douglass
Adj to lands of Thos Swan, Daniel Dunlap, Thos McCleland & others
Land which John Douglass, father of said Wm died possessed of
MWDW James Kyle, Terrybog, Londonderry & MW Alexander Boyle, Newtownlimavady, Co Londonderry

513:125:335564 2/8 Feb 1790 Reg 6 June 1793
Lease & Release
Rt Hon Thomas Conolly, Castletown, Co Kildare & John Ogilby of Ardnogh, Linen merchant
Th Con for £20/year to Geo Ogilby
That part of lands of Carrick 9a 3r 26p in possn of Jno Ogilby
DW John (Hassler), Lisson, Co Tyrone, DW Wm Ross, late of Newtownlimavady, MWDWAlexr Ogilby, City of Derry & MW Peter McDonagh, gent, City of Derry

515:327:334968 – 29th Aug 1788 Reg 30 Apr 1798
Indented Articles
Alex Boyle, Kulish Lodge, Co Tyrone to James Boyle – ½ of ¾ of Ballyquin & other lands
DWMW Peter McDonagh, sen & jun, City of Derry, gents

***[see Deed 389:140:255911 in McWilliams deeds]

519:511:341252 – 4th June, 1798 – Reg 25 Sept 1799
Agreement
Daniel Dunlop for £600 to John Murrell of Ballyquin, title to lands of Main
Wit Sam’l Martin of Culmore & Alex Dunlop of Walworth
DWMW Samuel Martin, Culmore & DW Alex Dunlop, Walworth & MW Alex Boyle Newtownlimavady, Co Londonderry

525:589:346975 – 11th June 1800 Reg 16/06/1800
Robert Smith esq Major in Londonderry Regiment of Militia & Wm Warren of Londonderry esq
1P to 2P the ¾ of the townland of Ballyquin as held under the Rt Hon Thos Conolly by leases for ever for £600
DWMW Andrew Torrens & Jas Gregg,Dublin, Attorney at Law

533:232:352267 11/04/1801 Reg 28th Apr 1801
Indented Deed of Release
James Boyle, Drumnaforbe, Co Tyrone
Hugh Boyle of Londonderry, gent, his son
For love & affection ½ of ¾ of Ballyquin held under Rt Hon Thomas Conolly
DW John Boyle
DWMW John Quigley, Drumnaforbe,; Co Tyrone, Farmer
MW George Buchanan, Omagh, Co Tyrone

534:195:349947 3/4/08/1800 Reg 17/01/1801
Lease & Release
William McClelland, Carrick, Co Londonderry 1P
Joseph Irwin, Drumaduff, Co Londonderry 2P
1P to 2P for £79 21 acres of Carrick, Parish of Balteagh
Lives:
Ross Ross, son to William Ross
William Moody, son to John Moody
John Boyle, son to Alex Boyle
Lease by Rt Hon Thomas Conolly to John McClelland of Carrick (23/09/1784)
DW John Shannon, City of Londonderry, Attorney
DWMW Samuel Erwin, Drumaduff
MW Samuel Martin, Culmore, Co Londonderry, Attorney

535:273:350592 – 4th Dec, 1800 Reg 7/2/1801
Wm McCleland of Carrick & Robert Murrell of Carrick, Co Londonderry
1P to 2P; Lands in actual possession of Robert Murrell – 9a & 4a 1r Cunningham measure
Term of 31 years, 1st May 1782
Lives of John Ross, son of Wm Ross, Wm Moody, son of John Moody & John Boyle, son of Alex Boyle
£9.8.6 yearly rent
Exec by Wm McC & Robert Murrell in presence of Hugh Boyle & Robert Murrell junr
Signed in presence of Robert Murrell, jun & John Murrell of Ballyquin

536:121:352355 26/02/1801 Reg 30/04/1801
Lease
Rt Hon Thomas Conolly, Castletown, Co Kildare 1P
David Latouche, City of Dublin, 2P
Leslie Alexander, Newtownlimavady, Linen Merchant 3P
1P in consideration of surrender of 2 leases (13/07/1784 & 11/02/1789) and for other considerations to 3P
Deerpark (18 acres) + 2 fields Form O James Hogston + 1 field Form O Marcus Dawly
+ part O, Leslie Alexander, John Entrican, Robert Stewart, James Quigly, James Ferguson & Matthew Ferguson of 31 acres
Bounded on south by Leslie Alexander's Bleach Green & on North by John Stewart's farm
Lives:
John Ross, son of William Ross, Newtownlimavady, dec'd
William Moody, son of John Moody, Newtownlimavady
John Boyle, son of Alexander Boyle, Newtownlimavady
DWMW Dominick McCausland, City of Dublin, Gent, Attorney
DW Langford McCausland, City of Dubin, Gent, Attorney

537:451:353716 29/05/1801 Reg 26/06/1801
Lease
Robert Campbell, Newtownlimavady, Esq 1P
Lesley Alexander, Newtownlimavady, Esq 2P
1P to 2P, 16 acres of Lower Carrick, Solomon Galt, Form O, now in possession of 2P
bounded on N & E by Bradley & McClelland farms & on S & W by Joseph Wilson's farm & River Roe
with liberty of a cart load from Great Road from NTL to Dungiven
DWMW Alexander Boyle, Newtownlimavady
DWMW John Alexander, Newtownlimavady

539:439:356155 – 10th May, 1794 – Reg 12th Nov 1801 {from Nick Reddan’s site}
John Murrell of Ballyquin & Daniel Dunlap of Main of one part &
Paul Church of Dumbane, Londonderry of the other
John & Daniel for £295 paid by Paul Church
Town and land of Shanvey, 40a during term of lease made by Paul Cullen to John Jackson, dec’d of Shanvey
Wit Mathew Patten & Samuel Jackson
NB Daniel Dunlap is listed as a householder in The Main in 1740

579:264:391354 28 Mar 1806 Reg same day
Rt Hon David Latouche, Privy Councillor
Robert Ogilby of Dungiven
£17,909.7.9 Sterling
That part of Manor of Limavady consisting of stated lands
DW Alexander Knox
DWMW Charles Richardson

609:592):423243 23rd Feb 1809 Reg Not Readable
Assignment
Relating to the purchase of Fairview by Rev James Morell
It was between Benjamin Eaton, Blackhall Place, Dublin (builder) and Hannah Eaton otherwise Andrews, his wife and James Morell (Morrill). 'Hannah is administrator of the goods of Samuel Andrews, late of Fairview'. Lands of Cross Keys - 35 acres
DW John Wilson, City of Dublin, Gent and Hugh Morell esq, brother of the said Jas Morell

612:332:418656 20 Apr 1809 Reg 8 May 1809
Mortgage
John Morell, senr of Ballyquin, Balteagh, Co Londonderry Gent & Henry Murrell of Terrydremont, Linendraper
John Morell for £200 to Henry Murrell 3a of land in Main, Balteagh with flax mill and other buildings on the Brook or river dividing Main from Cloughan
To Henry Murrell for 500 years subject nevertheless to a covenant of redemption on payment of said sum of £200
DWMW Henry Horner of Drumgaveney
DW Hugh Murrell of Ballyquin

624:435:429481 – 28th July 1810 Reg 28 July 1810
Lease & Release
John Morell of Ballyquin, Balteagh, & Hugh Morell of same place, in consideration of affection etc
Grants in Townland of Maine, Bleach Green, 34a & Flaxmill & 3a of ground
DW James Morell, Co Monaghan
DWMW George Breakey of Derry in said Co Monaghan

PRONI: D1550/160/3: [1700]-1861
Miscellaneous leases of property in Terrydremont including copy wills of Henry Murrell, 1817, and John George, 1836. [Seven items]
D/1550/160/3/2: endorsement dated 13 May 1814 renewing the lease of half the townland of Terrydremond. Renewal granted by John Campbell, of Dublin, esqre, to William Smith of Newtownlimavady, Henry Murrell, John George Snr, John George Junr, Ann Oliver, widow, and Thomas Wilson, all of Terrydremond.
Lives of John Martin, eldest son of Samuel Martin of Culmore, aged about 14, John Moody, eldest son of William Moody of N-Limavady, aged about 2, were to be added to the term of the lease. John Campbell stated to be a nephew of the previous owner.

692:283:475418 – ¾ Aug, 1815; Reg 9th Aug 1815
Hugh Murrell of Ballybay & Andrew Morrison of Dromore, Co Londonderry
For £950 Hugh gives 31a 2r 37p (Flax Mill excepted & liberty to keep water course in repair).
Description of land not clear but in Manor of Freemore; I assume this is the property in Maine.
DW Sam’l Martin of Newtownlimavady.
DWMW Wm Morrison of Newtownlimavady.

T618/73: 4 Apr 1816
David Ross of Liscarney
Hugh Morell & Margaret Morell ors Ross of Ballybay
Stuart Woodhouse & Sarah Eoodhouse ors Ross of Emyvale
Assignment, 1790
John Scott, Umgola, Armagh, 1st part
Joshua McGeogh, Drumsill, Armagh, 2nd part
(eldest son of Wm McGeogh)
John & David Ross of Derrykee, Monaghan
For £925 by John & David to 1st & 2nd parties
To John & David as tenants in common of Kildoagh in manor of Derry & Co of Monaghan
John Ross, dec’d; Will
To Matthew Anketell, esq, David Ross & Jas/Jos Fleming
½ of his title to Kildoagh in trust for use of his 5th dau the said Margaret (Morell) &
½ for 6th dau Sarah Woodhouse (Ross)
Since death of John Ross, Margaret married Hugh Morell, deed of marriage settlement, settled on children;
Sarah married Woodhouse 6 Oct 1812, settled on issue
David Ross and both couples agree to make a partition as indicated on map.

David Ross

Henry Conlan & Partners 00.02.32
James Lyburn 05.02.00
John Hills & O’Callaghan 06.02.00
Francis McGinnis 03.01.00
Peter Lennon 03.01.30
Pat McKenna 02.00.36
Bryan McKenna 03.01.21
Large Meadow 02.02.20
Arthur Mooney’s Meadow 00.02.22
Myls Trevor’s Meadow 00.02.10
Total 28.03.11

Hugh Morell

Margt McMahon 02.03.03
Arthur Mooney 03.03.00
Myls Trevor 05.01.17
Michl Cullen 03.02.00
Total 15.02.07

Stuart Woodhouse

Henry Conlan & Partners 04.00.26
Mary McMahon 04.00.00
Peter McMahon 05.00.08
Margt McMahon 01.00.17
Total 14.01.11
Gross Total 58.02.29

from Supplement to the McWilliam Family Record by Rev John Morell McWilliam (1883-1968), my great Uncle - probably about 1950.
Morells at Ballyquin, Co Derry
Rental of the Townland of Ballyquin, held in fee simple, being part of the property of Hugh Boyle of Rush-Hall, in the County of Londonderry, Esq
A printed sheet with this title, about 14 inches by 12, dating from 1816 or shortly afterwards, given to me by Miss Margaret Robertson, has the names of 27 tenants with the extent of their farms, the length of lease, the rents, and observations, in five columns.
The first two farms on the list are, Mr Henry Murell and Friends, 78 acres, Lives renewable for ever, £8.10, Half a year's rent payable on the fall of each life.
Mr Robert Murrell, 40 acres, 3 roods, 21 years from November 1816, £68.5. Observations, £1,200 and upwards laid out on this farm, in valuable improvements, and a good Mansion House and Offices.
The other farms in the townland run from 26 acres down to 1 acre, 2 roods.
[Robert Murrell or his son were still in occupation at the time of the Tithe Applotment.]

Boyle appears to have owned 3/4 of Ballyquin:

[533:232:352267 – reg 28th Apr 1801
James Boyle to Hugh Boyle of Londonderry, gent – ½ of ¾ of Ballyquin]

John Murrell 1/4:

704:366:482691 – 6th July, 1816 Reg 10th July 1816
Conveyance
John Murrell of Ballyquin 1P
Henry & John, jnr both of Ballyquin 2P
John, senr gives to Henry & John jnr 3/8th of ¼ of Ballyquin, Manor of Limavady
Wit John Moody, Limavady & Wm Osborne, Limavady ???
DWMW Henry Hazlett, Drumneecy & Robt Boyle, Dungiven

I'm guessing that the above rental covers the 3/4s and that John Murrell's holding was separate & that he was in possession of Samuel Moriel's original holding.

756:548:514083 – 8th Nov 1820 – Reg 11th Nov 1820
Conveyance
Robert Murrell of Carrick & Thos Wilson of Terrydremont
Robert for £120 to Thos 13a 1r Cunningham in Carrick
Lives of John Ross, son of Wm, Wm Moody, son of John & John Boyle, son of Alexander
Yearly rent of £9 8s 6d
DWMW Sam’l Murrell, son of Robert of Carrick & Joseph McDougal of Largey

786:147:531682 – 20th Oct, 1823 Reg 12 Nov 1823
Lease & Release
John Murrell, jnr & Henry Murrell, farmers of Ballyquin, brothers
Recites deed of conveyance 1st July, 1816 above by John Murrell since dec'd, father of 1P & 2P
& also reciting that said Henry for the provision of his three sisters, Alicia, Elizabeth & Jane, ose Lynd, did on 2nd Sept, 1823, at request of John execute to them his bonds for £350 & John M to sell to Henry for affection and 10s Ballyquin, Co Londonderry
Lives of John Boyle, John Ross & Robt Lesley Ogilby in last renewal on 1st Nov 1809
DWMW Ed Boyle attorney & Fredk Kane, shopkeeper, Newtownlimavady

788:578:533313 (340) 26/01/1824 Reg 11/02/1824
L & R (Mortgage)
Henry Murrell, Ballyquin, L'd, Farmer 1P
Henry Hazlett, Drumneecy, L'd, Farmer 2P
Recites:
William Conolly, Newhall, L'd demised to
Samuel Murrell, Robert Huey & James Martin t/l of Ballyquin in the Manor of Limavady, Barony of Keenaught, L'd 4/04/1700
Recites:
Henry Murrell had 36 acres in Terrydremond from his uncle
Henry Murrell, dec'd
held under lease from Reps of John Campbell, dec'd
Lives: John Blyle, John Ross & Robert Lafolie Ogilby
John George O Adj
Rev Alexander Stewart O Adj
1P assigns Ballyquin & Terrydremond to 2P for £350 subject to redemption
DWMW Edward Boyle, Newtownlimavady, L'd
DWMW Arthur Malone, Newtownlimavady, L'd

809:188:545524 – Executed 14th August, 1822; Registered 15th Dec, 1825
Hugh Morell of Kildough, Tehallen, Co Monaghan – indebted to Terrence Lamb of Knockboy, Co Monaghan for £40.
Makes over to Terrence one yearly rent charge of £20 of his lands in Kildough in occupation of Hugh Morell and his undertenants, Michael McCullen, Peter Trenor, John Duffy, Philip Trenor
Executed by hugh Morell in the presence of Thomas Reilly, attorney of Monaghan and James McCullagh, Annyeramp, Co Monaghan
& executed by Terrence Lamb in presence of James McCullagh and Owen Reilly of Knockboy, farmer
*** Hugh went to Canada in 1826 leaving his wife and family (& debts) behind. His wife died but some of the children subsequently joined him. Looks like the black sheep!
Thomas Reilly was the father of the Young Irelander, Tom Devin Reilly and I grew up in the house he was occupying at the time in Monaghan.

838:278:562856 5th Sept 1828 Reg 9 Sept 1828
Ellen Kirkman orse Jackson, usually of Nashville, Tennessee but then of city of Dublin, widow, dau of James Jackson, Ballybay, dec'd & Rev Jas Morell, Presbyterian minister, Fairview, Ballybay, Co Monaghan- £690 Townlands of Cadagh & Cadaghroe, then in possession of widow Magill, Robt Adams, John Buchanan & reps Robt & Saml Buchanan - 35 acres 2 roods & 5 perches, English, parish, Tullycorbet
DW Rev James Horner, Presbyterian minister, Dublin
DWMW Wm Neilson, Attorney at law, Dublin
Transcribed by Sharon Oddie Brown

1836.2.6 14 Jan 1836 Reg 20/07/1836
Lease & Release
Thomas Wilson of Terrydremond, Co Derry, farmer 1P
James Wilson of same, his second son 2P
For £60, part of Terrydremond (5 acres) as by lease of 4 Apr 1700, lives John Martin & John Moody
Part (3 acres odd) of Terrydremont as by lease of 22 Nov 1786, life Daniel George
Part of farm (8 acres) as by lease of 9 Mar 1835. Lives in third lease were named as life of William Campbell Esq & James Wilson, all in parish of Balteagh
DWMW Hugh Lane, attorney & Robert Dill, Gent both NTL

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Russell Deeds

61:315:41468 1/6/1725 Reg 19/9/1729
Lease
Jane Ball, Newry, Widow 1P
Henry Russell, Newry, shopkeeper 2P
1P demises to 2P tenement joining to Mr Matthews formerly held by James Ball bounded on North by tenement formerly in possession of Thomas Winsley
for lives of Jane Ball and Jane & Mary her daughters - Rent £2
DWMW Isaac Corry, Newry, Gent
Hugh Humphries, Carpenter
Nicholas Grant, Schoolmaster
MW Bartholomew Delandre, Clerk to William Parry, City of Dublin, Public Notary

74:443:51973 13/4/1732 Reg 13/11/1733
Lease
Robert Nedham, Jun, Newry, Esq 1P
Henry Russell, Newry Merchant
1P demises to 2P tenement in Castle street called Winslows bounded on West by Mr Matthews grounds on North by Jahn Svages house on South by Widow Balls teneemnts where 2P now lives
DW Samuel Waring, City of Dublin
DWMW Gabriel Heatley, City of Dublin
MW John Williams Newry

140:23:927 7/5/1742 Reg 15/11/1749
Lease
Henry Russell, Newry, Merchant 1P
John Russell, Newry, Carpenter 2P
James Atkinson, Newry, Merchant
1p to 2P tenement in Boat Street in possession of Ann Orly als Oliver
bounded on North by Robert Russell's tenement & On South by tenement in possession of John Clark
2P to James Atkinson
DW Andrew Murdock Newry Scrivener
MWDW James Cannon
MW Gerald Byrne City of Dublin Gent

330:606:225401 - 10th August, 1779 Reg 8 Nov 1780
Wm Nedham of Newry, Esq & Matthew Russell of Sugar Island Co Armagh, Roper
Rent - £1 10s to present Ropeworks on North side of Canal Bank
40ft front on canal and back 990ft – bounded on north by John Ogle’s field, South by canal and west by John Ogle’s & John Davidson’s fields in Lisdrumgullion, Co Armagh
DWMW Edward Corry, Newry Esq & Hugh McDowell, Newry, Clerk to Edward Corry

400:199:263359 15th January, 1788
Lease
Joseph Pollock, Newry, Co Down, Esq 1P
Matthew Russell, Newry, Co Armagh, Merchant 2P
Premises on Sugar Island already in Matthew Russell’s possession bounded on W by Daniel Car's premises, on W by tenements in possession of William Churs and on S by canal
DW Rev William Campbell of Newry, Co Down, Clerk
DWMW James Bell, City of Dublin, Attorney
MW John Brown, City of Dublin, Esq

785:577:531512 12/9/1823 Reg 28/10/1823
Release
John Russell, Newry, Gent, Attorney 1P
Daniel Brady, Newry, Merchant 2P
Recites mortgage date 3/11/1812 between 1P & Thomas Brady, Merchant, father of 2P in possession of 2P; Redemption of £400 O adj William Greer in William Street
+ John Russell's tenement O adj Mr Scott
1P proposed to sell his equity of Redemption in s'd premises to 2P for £50
DWMW Charles Russell Christian, Rathfriland & Mark Devlin, Newry, Co Down, Attornies

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Wallace deeds

76:220:53715 - 27th June, 1734 Reg 27 June 1734
Lease
Rt Hon Benjamin Parry, Esq, Privy Councellor to John Wallace & James Nevens both of Rathcarbery, farmers & William McMullan & Robert Harper both of Enoch, farmers
All his share of the towns and lands of Rathcarbery & Lisnelee, late in the possession of Patrick Savage, the younger, dec’d containing 190 acres/ more or less for 60 years from 1st Nov 1732 for a yearly rent of £42 15s
DWMW William Parry, Public Notary, Dublin & Bartholomew Delandre, his Clerk

78:110:93717 - 27th June 1734 Reg 28th June
John Wallace 1P, James Nevens 2P, Wm McMullan 3P & Robt Harper 4P to each other ¼ part shares of Rathcarbery & Lisnelee – 130 acres/ more or less
DW Bartholomew Delandre & James Saunders, Clerks to William Parry

227:440:148124 - 7th July, 1763 Reg 8 Nov 1763
Indented Deed
John Wallace of Rathcarbery, Ardmagh, farmer 1P & Robert Wallace, his elder son 2P
John makes over to Robert said John’s 4th part share of Rathcarbery orse Racarbry & Lasnelas orse Lisney, Barony of Orior reserving 20 acres which John gave to younger son, Hugh Wallace
DWMW David Richardson of Newry, Gent
DWMW Wm Minnis of Drumbanagher, Armagh, linen draper

261:610:175298 2/03/1768 Reg 22/0/1769
Assignment
Allan McCullogh, Lurganearly, Mon, Farmer 1P
William Wallace, Newry, Down, Gent 2P
A assigns to B 70a on hill called Tullyneal, Tullyvallen
O Adj John McGown
O Adj James Rogers
Lease made by Robert Patten to Samuel Harris and then assigned by SH to A
DW William Newall, Tullyallen, Arm, Farmer
DW James Graham, Maghernahaly, Arm, Dealer
David Richardson, Newry, Down
MW Hugh Boyd, Newry, Merchant
*** [Just a hint relating William Wallace to the Rathcarbry Wallaces vis the Maghernahaly witness]

450:232:291253 - 2nd June. 1792 Reg 22 June 1788
Indented deed
David Wallace of Rathcarbery to John and David Wallace, sons of said David his lands and possessions in Rathcarbery containing 8 acres, stock & 52 pieces linne in Bleach Green of Ana Moore of Moorvale, Armagh
DWMW John Wallace, Dublin, gent & Hugh Wallace, Rathcarbery

405:320:266091 - 29th August, 1787 Reg 22 June 1792
Indented Deed
Alexander Jenkin of Tullyvallen, farmer 1P & John Jenken of Altanamakan, farmer 2P
Recites that Alexr Hamilton, late of Ballyvallen by deed of lease 23rd Apr 1760 gave to Alexr Jenkin lands of Tullyvallen then in possession of Wm Mercer, Esq for the lives of said Alex Jenkin, John Porter & James Jenken son to Alex Jenken
Recites Rev Alex McComb of Ozier Hill by lease 1768 demised to Alex Jenkin the NE end of Tullyelt Hill, part of the townland of Altnamaken for rent of £2 10s
1P conveys to 2P for 10s
DW John Lockarber of Rathcarbery
DWMW John Wallace of City of Dublin, gent
MW Robert Wallace of Rathcarberry
NB This deed links my John Wallace to Robert Wallace of Rathcarbery

716:309:489844 9 June 1817
Mortgage
Andrew Donaldson of Cloghog, Armagh
John Wallace of Cloghog
AD for £973.1 acknowledged by Andw D to be justly and fairly due and owing by him to s’d JW did grant, convey etc to s’d JW then meant to be in his actual possession
All that pt of townland of Sytrim McMahon & part of lands of Edaghmore joining Kiltyban with the mill of Kilbrockan which is on lands of Kiltyban & Enaghmore being part of lands of Sytrim Keenan, 33 acres 2r, in Creggan,
Also toll, Grist or multure of townland of Kiltybane or Lisletrim + water of Kiltybane Lough for the use of Kilbrockan mill + that part of Cloghog, 11 acres given by late Sam’l Moffitt to An D & his brother William & divided between them; Andrew’s part to John Bohannnon by lease + that part of A’s lands of Annalyttin in Monaghan which he holds with Alexander Donaldson of Phillipstown, Louth
To said John W from 1st Nov 1815 for 16 years; if sum not paid then John W to hold until sum + interest be fully discharged
+ Houses, Garden, Meadow & 3 fields to East of Creggan road to Newtownhamilton in possn of John Wallace
Wit: John Donaldson of Cloghog; Joseph Donaldson of Sytrim & Andrew D


763:408:518139 27/04/1821 Reg 26/06/1821
Mortgage
Charles Murphy, Creganduff, Arm, Farmer 1P
John Wallace, City Dublin, Att'y 2P
Recites:
Lease 10/02/1814
Francis Eastwood, Killincoole, Louth, Esq demised to
Charles Murphy 7 acres in Parish of Creggan
This indenture witnesseth
1P for £20.16 by 2P
parcel of land 3a 2r 5p in Cregganduff
Redemption for£20.16 & 6% interest
DW Henry Hughes, Cloghog, Arm, Weaver
DWMW William Armstrong, 2 Stafford St, Dublin, Writing Clerk
DW Patrick Sheridan

*** [R of D reference]
1823 Copeland & wife to John Wallace of Bolton st. - lands in Tullyvallen
Alex Donaldson and James Jenkins, witnesses

Unrelated Wallace deeds

204:405:136179 - 25th March 1757
Robert Nedham of Oxford, 1st part
Robert Wallace, late of Crobane but then of Newry, gent, 2nd part
Rev James Dickson of Seapatrick, 3rd part
Reciting that William Wallace, grandfather of Robert & James Wallace, father of Robert
Robert Wallace then 23 years old
Row about lands at Crobane and others being settled

602:44:408465 - 6th Nov 1817
John Ogle – Sarah Anne Wallace & Eliza Wallace – dwelling in New Street
Lives of Mary Anne Wallace, 10 years, Rhoda Elenor Wallace, 19 years, Robert Alexander Wallace, 6 years, Children of William Bayly Wallace, Dublin, Atty at law

305:693:204360 - 2nd May 1775
Robert Wallace of Newry
£400 by Susan Hart of Dublin
Lands of Tulloghmore
Witnesses, Wm Hanna & Isaac Glenny

524:19:342159 - 10 October 1799
Eleanor Wallace of Newry, widow of William Wallace & Guardian of younger children of William Wallace
William Baily Wallace, eldest son & guardian & heir at law of his late brother, James Wallace, dec’d
Joseph Pollock, City of Dublin & Ross Thompson, Laurencetown, Co Down, trustees
Alexander Wallace of Madras, East Indies
Robert Wallace, Newry, gent
Charles Wallace, Surgeon, HM Royal Navy
Sarah Ann & Eliza Wallace, Newry, The surviving younger children
William died 23rd Feb, 1793
Anne Baillie, lands in parish of Mucknow

270:405:172912 - 2nd June 1765
Patten to Lilly to Wallace
Robert Patten, Tullynale, Creggan, farmer
John Lilly Bresakin, Down
Bounded by Francis Hamilton’s farm & Saml Harrisons
To William Wallace, Newry
Witnesses, Isaac Glenny, Dublin, Gent, Robert Eagar, Newry apothecary & Arthur Atkinson

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

McCulla

98:445:69100 1/11/1739 Reg 18/6/1740
Indented Deed
Hon Arthur Hill, Belvoir, Co Down, Esq 1P
John White Leixslip, Co Kildare, Esq 1P
Mary White als Purcell, his wife 1P
Charles White, Leixslip, his son & heir 1P
Henry Maculla, Loughbrickland, Co Down, Clerk 2P
1P demises to 2P tenement in Loughbrickland in possession of 2P and lately in possession of Oliver Gardiner
Lives Henry Maculla, Prisilla, his wife & James Maculla, City of Dublin, his brother for rent of £4.12d
DW Grindley Merriman, City of Dublin, gent
DWMW John Trevor, City of Dublin, gent
MW Edward Trevor, Loughbrickland, gent

251:397:162689 4/5/11/1766 Reg 13/11/1766
Lease & Release
Westenra Cross, Myroe, Tyr, Gent, 1P
James McCulla, Town & Co Arm, Gent 2P
Recites:
Robert Nedham, Down, Esq demised to
William Cross, Newry
Several tenements on W side of lower end of North St, Newry
O John Robinson
o Joseph Creagh
O William McCullogh's tenement
O William Little's tenement
O Adj William Hillone
O Adj Arthur Magennis
O Adj John Macary
O James Aikins
All tenements contain 274 ft in front & back to Mill race
Lease dated 28/04/1766 renewed by George Nedham of Newry to s'd Westenra Cross
Lease 28/10/1757
Archibald Acheson Barr demised to William Cross
Cordross in Par Mullaghbrack, Arm
Lives: s'd Westenra Cross & William & Mary Cross, his son & daughter
Lease dated 23/03/1729
Patrick Hamilton, Desertcreagh, Dungannon, Tyr, Gent
demised to Michael Cross of Myroe, Myroe
Recites indenture 1/08/1710
Lord Charlemont demised to Mary Harris of Inniskillen, Ferm, Widow
Liscallan, Dungannon, Tyr
Lives: James Gore, William Harris, Robert Ramsay
Recites 16/09/1740
John Scott, Newry, Down, Merchant demised unto William Cross
House on Trevor Hill Rd
O John Scott
& Dwelling house
O John Magill
O Adj James Bratty
O Adj Robert Hutcheson
Lives: Robert Ross, elder, Robert Ross both Rosstree, Down
Said several lands etc by will of s'd ?Robert Cross to Westenra Cross
Here 1P to 2P for £220 subject to redemption
DWMW James Dobbins Town & Co Armagh, Gent
DW Arthur Clements Town & Co Armagh, Distiller

310:534:207749 4 Apr 1776 Reg 12Apr 1776
Mortgage
William Crozier, formerly of Banbridge, Co Down and now of Tandragee, Co Armagh 1P
William McCullagh, Magherally, Co Down, Gent 2P
Francis Irwin Occupier
1P to 2P for £67.12.9 tenement in Banbridge formerly in possession of 2p and now in possession of Francis Irwin
+ field occupied by Henry Wallace in Edenderry; subject to redemption
DW William McCullagh, Town & Co of Armagh, Apothecary
Dw Edward Kerr, Town & Co of Armagh, Innkeeper
MW Joseph Knox, Drumneth, Co Down, farmer

377:32:249627 26/11/1783 Reg 1/02/1786
Lease
James Eakins, Newry, Taylor 1P
Thomas Kennedy, Newry 2P
1P to 2P Dwelling House in possession of 2P
O adj James Eakins
O adj George Stewart
& on West by Mill race
DW William Mathews, Newry, Shoemaker
DW William Coombs, Newry, Glaizer
DWMW Francis Irwin, Newry, Publican
MW William Bailie Wallace, Newry, Gent

377:205:251437 23/04/1783 Reg 6/04/1786
Lease
James Aikin, North St Newry, Co Down 1P
James McCullagh, Lisnagade, Aughaderg, Co Down 2P
1P held from William Cross, Newry, dec’d
1P to 2P tenement in North St Newry for 10 s per annum
DW Thomas Kennedy, Newry
DW William Combs, Newry
DWMW George Stewart, Newry
MW Joseph Glenny, Newry, Gent

385:30:253433 24 Oct 1786 Reg Nov 1786
Conveyance
John Aikins, City of Dublin, Cabinet Maker 1P
James & John McCulla, Lisnagade, Co Down, Linenweavers 2P
1P grants to 2P tenement in Dirty Lane, now North Street
Bounded on South by tenement of George Stewart, on North of Mary Ross, on East by North Street in possession of Thos Kennedy in Newry Co Down
By lease of 1734 by Wm Cross, late of Newry to Jas Eakin, Newry, Taylor
DWMW George Crozier, City of Dublin
DWMW Henry Lacy, Clerk to George Crozier

505:28:322056 16 Mar 1795 Reg 17 Apr 1796
Indented Deed of Lease
Samuel Seaught, Drumnahare, Co Down 1P
John McCullagh, Lisnagade 2P
Recites Rt Hon Earl of Hillsborough granted to Hugh Cupples of Drumnahare 3a 22p Plantation Measure
Hugh Cupples 22 Feb 1788 for £43 sell to Samuel Seaught
1P to 2 P
DW John McConnell
DWMW James McCullagh
MW Hugh Frazier Loughbrickland, Attorney

650:419:449001 20/2/1809 Reg 21 Sept 1812
James McCullogh, Banbridge, eldest son of John McCullough, dec'd 1P
Martha McCullagh, Ballnafoy, Annaclone, Co Down, Widow 2P
Jane McCullagh, Drumnahare, Aghaderg, Co Down, widow, 3p
Recites John McCullagh had moiety of tenement in Newry and also farm in Drumnahare, Co Down which James is entitled to.
Did agree to convey s'd premises in Newry to s'd (Margt?) ie tenement in Dirty Lane als North Street bounded on S by Geo Stewart, on N by Mary Ross, on E by North St & on W by Mill Race & then in possesson of Thos Kennedy
In consideration of love for Jane McCullagh, his mother, and 5s conveys farm in Drumnahare in possession of James McCullagh (Lives Andrew Trevor, Hugh Trevor & Hugh Cupples)
DW John Mulligan, Lisnaliggan, Annaclone, Co Down
DWMW John Harshaw, Ballnafoy, Annaclone, farmer
MW William Crozier, City of Dublin

471;70:298007 7/03/1792 Reg 10/07/1792
Lease
Charles Seaver, Corcreaghan, Co Down, Gent 1P
Robert McCullough, Ballybought, Newry, Co Armagh, Nailer 2P
1P to 2P; House, Gardens & marsh in Ballybought in 2P's possession (& john Neilson)
Lying of N side of Great road leading into Newry as was let to
John Montgomery of Canal St, Merchant by George Needham, Co Down, Esq
Lives said Robert McCullough, Mary McCullagh ors Neilson his wife & Sarah McCullagh, dau to both
DW Robert Cassidy, Newry, Co Down, Weaver
DWMW Thomas Cole, Emyvale, Co Monaghan, Land Surveyor

602:371:411983 !/10/1808 Reg 13/10/1808
Lease
Robert McCullough, Newry, Co Down 1P Shopkeeper
John Nicholson, Newry, Co Down 2P
1P to 2P Tenement in Ballybot
Bounded on North by Mr Glenny's field
Bounded on S by street of Ballybot
Bounded on E by New Street
Bounded on W by Robert McCullought's tenement
Royal lives
DWMW George Ogle, Att'y, Newry, Co Armagh
DWMW John Leadley, merchant, Newry Co Armagh

617:313:423383 2/01/1810 Reg 6/01/1811
Lease
Robert McCullaght, Ballybought, Newry, Co Armagh, Shopkeeper 1P
Denis Caulfield, Nerchants Quay, Co Armagh, Merchant 2P
1P to 2P; Tenement in Ballybought (as described in 602:371:411983) under lease from 7/03/1792)
DW James Spence of Newry
DWMW Patrick McPartan of Newry, Clerk to Denis Caulfield

Tithe Applotment Books

Annaclone, 1833, Ballynafoy: John McUllogh, 15a 3r 12 1/2p
Aghaderg, 1833, Drumnahare: William McCullagh, 6a 2r 32p

[There was still a James McCullagh in Ballnafoy townland, Annaclone in Griffith's Valuation]

McCulla (Armagh Town)

Pigott 1824 Armagh
Hugh McCulla, Esq, College St
Wm McCullagh, Ironmonger, Thomas St
Mgt McCulla, Pawnbroker, Thomas St
Alexr McCullagh, Woolen Draper, Market St

Slater 1846 Armagh
Rev Joseph Jenkin, Willow Bank
David McCullough, Stone & Marble Mason, Dobbin St
John James McCully, Straw Bonnet Maker, Scotch St

126:257:86942 13/01/1727 Reg 14/11/1747
Lease
Gervas Walker, Killmacaw, Arm, Gent
William McCullogh, Ballynahonemore, Arm, farmer 2P
1P for £50 demised to 2P
1/4 part of South ward of Ballynahonemore (100 acres) for 17 years
Form O James Neilson, dec'd
Form O John Wagh
DW George Walker, Newry, Down, Gent
DWMW James Dunlap, Drumhirk, Arm
DW Adam Dunlap, Drumhirk, Arm, dec'd
Executed by Alexander McCullough, Ballynahonemore, Gent
who is executor & Devisee of above named William McCullough, the lessee

156:257:105496 18/02/1757 Reg 21/06/1757
Lease
James McCulloch, Camely, Arm, Esq 1P
Christopher Murphy, Crewmeyrer, Arm Gent 2P
Michael Murphy, Crewmeyrer, Arm Gent 2P
1P demised to 2P Lissawry & crewmeyrer (160 acres) in Barony of Fews for 31 years
DW John McIlwine, Fews, Farmer
DWMW James McCulla, Town & Co of Armagh, Gent
MW Pat Houston, Town & Co of Armagh, Apothecary

187:273:124913 18/02/1757 reg 21/01/1757
Lease
James McCullagh, Camoly, Arm, Esq 1P
James Callaghan, Glassdrumaghy, Arm, Gent 2P
1p to 2P, Glassdrumaghy, Arm (111 acres) for 31 years
DW Patrick Callaghan, Fews, Arm, Farmer
DWMW James McCulla, Arm, Gent
MW Pat Houston, Town & Co of Armagh, Apothecary

224:431:146712 1/01/1739 Reg 6/06/1763 (Late registration checked)
Agreement in Writing
William Neilson, Arm, Merchant 1P
William Russell, Arm, Shoemaker 2P
1P set to 2P dwelling house he occupied & house of
James Shain in Scotch St for 21 years
1P to renew lease he holds from
Christopher Stone, City of Dublin
DWMW Robert McKinstry, Town of Armagh, Gent
DW Robert Hamilton, Town of Armagh, Gent
MW David Russell, Town of Armagh

308:397:205650 5/05/1770 Reg 28/08/1775
Deed
John McCullagh, Clady, Mullaghbrack, Arm 1P
Robert McCullagh, Clady, Mullaghbrack, Arm 2P
1P for considns therein mentioned granted to 2p
1/4 of townland of Linnalea, Par & Co Armagh (27 acres)
+ 1/2 acre turf bog in Drumbee
O John Mulligan
O Daniel Giffen
DW James Little
DWMW John Fitzpatrik
DW Francis Duffey
MW William Ogilby, Clerk to
John Burges, Gent

315:196:209545 20/11/1740 Reg 1/10/1776
Agreement
Alexander McCullagh, Cladymore, Mullaghbrack, Arm 1P
John McCullagh, Ligastown, Tyr 2P
1P set & to farm to 2P
1/2 his farm in Cladymore, 2P paying £3.5 rent
1p obliged himself to perfect a pair of leases held from
Edward Bond, Esq
DWMW Samuel McCullagh, Cladymore, Arm
MW Isaac Glenny, Glenville, Down, Gent

PRONI T514/34 8/09/1835
Mary Ann McMordie als McKinstry als McCullagh
Cites:
Will of Alexander McCullagh, father of above, died 1791
His daughters, Mary Anne & (Elizabeth?)
His brother, Samuel
Property in Lisnagannel / Lisnagonnel / Lisnagile / Lisnginell / Lisnagunnen / Lisnagannon
In parish of Aghaderg, 4km south of Loughbrickland
*** [Estate of Lord Clandwilliam has pre-1800 records]
Rent roll of Kinelarty estate 1791-7, D3044/A/5/1
Leases arranged by townland & calendared individually, 1684 onwards - D3044/A/4
+
Interest or tenant right in Cladymore

*** [Possible connection between McCullagh's in Armagh & Down or even between shops in Newry & Armagh towns ]

331:435:222700 11/02/1780 Reg 25/02/1780
Articles of Agreement
John Dickson, Lisnaginnell, Down, Gent 1P
Alexander McCullagh, Cladymore, Arm, Gent, 2P
1P for £840 by 2P assigned part of land in Lisnaginnell
O Alexander Campbell 15 a
O John Friickleton 23 a
O Patrick Connor 8 a
Catherine Dickson ors Fleming, wife of Edward Bond, Esq
John joined in deeds of conveyance
DWMW Pat Simson Kennedy, City of Dublin, Att'y
DW William Bradford, Banbridge, Down
MW Robert Wallace, younger, Crevagh, Down, Gent

379:554:255489 18/06/1785 Reg 27/02/1787
Indented Deed
Alexander McCullagh, Claudy, Arm, Linen Merchant 1P
John Dickson, Lisnagennell, Down, Gent 2P
Catherine Dickson ors Fleming, his wife 2P
John Todd, Ballynaskeagh, Down, Gent 3P
Rt Hon James, Earl Clanbrassil, Chief Remembr of HM Court of Exchequer in Irl 4P
David Bleakley, City of Dublin, Merchant 5P
4P on 27/01/last set up to sale, lands of Lisnagennell by virtue of a decree for the payment of a debt due 1P by 2P & s'd 5P by payment of sum of £1,350 was decleared purchaser in trust for 1P
1P for £1,350 p'd by 5P & for 5s to 1P, 2P & 3P & with consent of 4P did sell to 5Pthe s'd lands of Lisnagannell
5P acknowledged it was in trust for 1P that he purchased s'd lands
& to confirm s'd lands unto 1P
DWMW William Gass, Down, Gent
DWMW Thomas Appleby, City of Dublin, Writing Clerk

392:77:257928 26/02/1787 Reg 30/07/1787
Deed
Joseph Richardson, Moyalten, Arm, 1P
surviving trustee appointed by will of
Henry Grevo, dec'd
Benjamin Bell, Elizahall, Arm, Esq 2P
Rt Hon James, Earl of Clanbrassil, Chief Remembr of HM Court of Exchequer 3P
Robert McCullagh, Clady, Arm, Linen Draper 4P
John Steele of City of Dublin, Att'y 5P
Recites:
2P granted mortgage on lands of Dromorgan, Arm held under General Lyone (92 acres)
to Henry Green, dec'd
s'd mortgage was foreclosed & premises set to Publick Auction
5P purchased on behalf of 4P for £940
DWMW Thomas Brown, City of Dublin, Att'y
DWMW Edward Aston, City of Dublin, Att'y
DWMW Thomas Appleby, City of Dublin, Att'y

532:435:349645 26/12/1800 Reg 29/12/1800
Bargin & Sale
Robert Barnes, city of Dublin, Esq 1P
Robert McCullogh, Clady, Co Arm, Linen Draper 2P
1P for £200, ground in Thomas St, Town of Armagh to 2P
James Brown O Adj
Adam McCain O Adj
DWMW George Pepper, City of Dublin, Att'y
DW Bridget Perry, City of Dublin, Spinster

544:472:365162 7/12/1802 Reg 8/01/1803
Conveyance
David Neill, Ballyially, Co Down, Publican 1P
James Johnston, Form Ballyially now C'y Arm, Hosier
Robert McCulla, Clady, Arm, Linen Draper 3P
1P + 2P granted to 3P ground in Thomas St, Town & Co Armagh
John Marshall, dec'd O Adj
Samuel Colvin, O Adj
James McGurgan, O Adj
Arthur O'Neill, O Adj
DW Graham Johnston, Shopkeeper to
Richard Lindsay, C'y Arm, Baker
DWMW Thomas Appleby, C'y Arm, Writing Clerk

540:456;356245 20/11/1800 Reg 13/11/1801
Assignment
James Maculla, City of Armagh, Gent 1P
George Perry, City of Armagh, Esq 2P
1P for £34 paid by 2P assigns small brick house at rere of house lately occupied by late Holland Lecky Esq in English street, City of Armagh and seperate from dwelling house of James McCulla.
MW Hugh McMaster, Armagh
MW John Noble, Armagh, writing clerk

587:177:397246 3/5/1805 Reg 17/12/1806
Lease
Hugh McCulla 1P Rathgill, Co Monaghan
John Greer 2P Comagrally, Co Armagh
Lease A to B, Comagrally and part of school lands of Mountnorris
DW Michael Magee, gent, City of Armagh
MWDW Robt Lyle
MW Richard Whitlock, Richill, weaver

791:289:534824 22/04/1824 Reg 6/05/1824
Assignment
Samuel McCullagh, Cladymore, Mullybrack, Arm, Merchant 1P
Oliver Lee, City of Armagh, son-in-law to s'd Samuel 2P
1P for natural love & affection + 5s assigned to 2P
townlands of Mawellan (14 acres)
during term of years in lease granted by
late Rt Hon John James, Earl Farnham
DWMW Samuel Taylor, Cladymore
DWMW Samuel McCullagh, jun, Cladymore

813:330:548065 19/4/1826 Reg 5/5/1826
ID Assignment (Sale)
Elizabeth Ann Thompson, Drummonderry, Co Down, widow of 1P
William Thompson, late of Drummonderry
Robert Thompson, Drummonderry, Gent, eldest son of A & B 2P
Stephen Thompson, Gent & Elizabeth Thompson, Spinster, 2 of younger children of A & B 2P
Bernard McCullough, Dunavin Co Down, Publican 3P
Recites Robert Nedham, the younger, Late of Newry, dec'd by lease 21 Aug 1734 demised to Richard Dunbar then dec'd a tenement on East side of Boat Street, part of Murdocks tenement
O adj William Parkes, Gent, O former, James Gordon, innkeeper, O adj Thomas Alsop.
1P to 3 P with consent of 2P for £125
DW John Kirkpatrick, Drummonderry, Gent
DWMW Ross Thompson

839:290:563290 19/09/1828 Reg 16/10/1828
Marriage Settlement
[Tenement in Thomas St & Abbey Lane, Arm held under Robert McCullagh]

Henry Leslie Prentice, City & Co Armagh, esq 1P
Anne Dobbin, City & Co Armagh, Spinster 2P
Thomas Kelly Evans, City & Co Armagh, Esq 3P
Leonard Dobbin, City & Co Armagh, Esq 3P
1P covenants to grant after 15 years from day of death of Thomas Prentice, Late of s'd City, dec'd, uncle of s'd Henry
to 3P for purposes in s'd deed
townland of Muniepatrick in Drumconnell, Par & Co Armagh
tenement in South side of Scotch St held under Lord Cremoney
Tenement in Thomas St & Abbey Lane, Arm held under Robert McCullagh
tenement held under Adam Robinson
tenement in English St
farm in Drumarque, Arm held under Reps late George Park
farm in Drumarque, Arm held underlate Joseph Boyle
farm in Drumgree held under James lyal, Esq
Tenement in Scotch St held under Robert Peebles
Garden near Scotch St held under Exors of George Campbell & Leonard Dobbin, sen
Tenements in Irish St, Thomas St or Ogle ST, Arm held under Richard Garland & Jacob McCann, Esq
DWMW Alexander John Dobbin, City of Arm, Att'y
DWMW Charles Elliott, City of Dublin Writing Clerk to Messrs John Dobbin & Co

401:167:267981 28/03/1789 Reg 7/04/1789
Mortgage
Edward Richardson, Drumbanagher, Co Armagh, Gent 1P
George Anderson, Newry, Co Down 2P
1P to 2P for £50, Tenement in North St, Newry & 3 dwelling houses
James Wilson O
James Drumgoole O
Henry Spotswood O
+ redemption by 1st Jan next
DWMW John Gordon, Newry, Gent
DWMW William Brown, Newry, Gent

402:68:264479 24/7/1788 Reg 24/9/1788
Indented Deed of Lease
Edward Richardson, Newry, 1P
Mary Spotswood, Newry, 2P
A demises to B house in North Street, Newry in occupation of Henry Spotswood bounded on N by Mr Gillespie & S by Mr Williams
DWMW John & Hercules Spotswood, Newry, Sadlers

403:383:267872 28/03/1789 Reg 7/04/1789
Conveyance
Edward Richardson, Drumbanagher, Co Armagh 1P
Ann Richardson, Drumbanagher, Co Armagh 2P sister of A
James Richardson, eldest brother of A
Rebecca Richardson, sister of A
Mary Jane Richardson, sister of A
Whereas James Richardson, eldest brother of said Edward is entitled under his father’s will to a tenement in Market St, Newry
O Hugh Hanlon
O Patrick Nugent
And farm in Gorah, Co Armagh
O Robert Best
S’d James, bachelor, without issue is at present and has been for considerable time past insane and out of his senses and no possibility of being restored to them, Edward has guardianship of s’d lands & for Love of his sisters, Ann, Rebecca & Mary Jane for 10s conveys to Ann above property & empowers Ann to apply to Lord Chancellor for Commission of lunacy against James to get possession of freehold and pay sum to support James
DWMW John Gordon, Newry, Gent
DWMW William Brown, Newry, Gent

538:167:356024 3/11/1801 Reg 9/11/1801
Indented Deed
Mathew Hughes, Newry, Taylor 1P
Christopher Ross, Newry, Shopkeeper 2P
Recites George Stewart, Newry Hozier, by lease 17th August last gave to 1P dwelling in North St, Newry in possession of George Stewart and Pat Nugent – Shopparlour & cellars
1P sells lease to 2P for £18
O adj N John Stewart
O adj S Andrew Jennings
DW Henry Fitzsimons, Newry
DWMW John Ogle, Dublin, Attorney

557:183:369749 13/07/1803 Reg Same date
Thomas Kennedy, Newry, Grocer 1P
John Grace, Castlebar, Co Mayo, Methodist Preacher 2P
1P to 2P Dwelling house in North St Newry in trust for the use and benefit of Anne Eliza, Thomas & William Kennedy, Grandchildren of Thomas Kennedy
O adj N James Dickson
O adj S George Stewart
E street & W Mill race
DWMW Richard Ross, Newry
DWMW Thomas Cunningham, Newry

694:602:476071 20/04/1810 Reg 7/11/1810
Lease
Mary Stewart, widow, Newry 1P
John Stewart Gent, son of Mary, Newry 1P
William Copeland, Newry 2P
1P to 2P tenement lately in possession of Mary Stewart
O adj S Moffets tenement
O adj N ---- McCauley’s (sic) tenement
[NB McCullagh’s tenement was bounded on S by Geo Stewart]
DW John Murry, Newry, shoemaker
DWMW Christopher Ross, Newry Shopmaker
[This deed is difficult to read]

720:437:492372 3/11/1817 Reg 7/11/1817
Assignment
Jane Anderson, Newry, Co Down Widow, Administrator of George Anderson, late of Newry 1P
Rev James Anderson, Newry 2P
Edward Anderson, Esq, Barrister, Newry 2P
George Anderson, Attorney, Newry 2P
Only children of late George
John gordon, Templegavan, Co Down, Esq 3P
Samuel Parsons, Newry, Esq 4P
Rev James Anderson for £500 by Samuel Parsons grants tenement & plot on West side & lower end of North St Newry back to mill race
Bounded on south by tenement form O John Robinson
+ tenements form O Joseph Creagh as in original lease William Cross to Samuel Parsons in trust for John Gordon
1P & 2P for consideration by 4P
DWMW Leonard Dobbin, City of Dublin, Attorney
DWMW Mrs Mary Anderson, Newry

Original Deed in PRONI D2638/B/46/1-12

Miscellaneous Deeds

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Holly Lodge & Monaghan Deeds

Holly Lodge Deed

This indenture made the Twenty first day of October One Thousand Nine hundred and Five between the Reverend Robert Stuart O’Loughlin DD of Lurgan in the County of Armagh of the first part Annie Temple and Jane Temple both of Tullybryan in the County of Monaghan Spinsters of the second part and Russell McWilliam of Monaghan in the County of Monaghan Solicitor of the third part, WHEREAS by Indenture dated the fourteenth day of March 1855 made between the Right Honourable Henry Baron Rossmore of the one part and Thomas Reilly of the other part. He the said Henry Baron Rossmore in pursuance of the provisions of the renewable Leasehold Conversion Act and for the considerations therein expressed did Grant and confirm unto the said Thomas Reilly his heirs and assigns. ALL THAT and THOSE that plot or piece of ground firstly hereinafter described and hereby expressed to be granted TO HOLD the said premises with their appurtenances unto the said Thomas Reilly his heirs and assigns for ever Subject to the payment of the perpetual yearly fee farm rent of £3 4s 11d by two equal half yearly payments on every 25th March & 29th September over and above all taxes and charges whatsoever Quit and Crown rent only excepted AND WHEREAS by an Indenture dated 26th day of January 1856 made between the Honourable Harriett Wingfield and the Honourable Edward Wingfield of the one part and the said Thomas Reilly of the other part she the said Harriett Wingfield with the consent of her husband the said Edward Wingfield (testified by his being an executing party thereto) in pursuance of the provisions of the said renewable Lease-hold Conversion set & for the considerations therein expressed did grant and confirm unto the said Thomas Reilly his heirs and assigns ALL THAT and THOSE that tenement and premises secondly thereinag]fter described and hereby expressed to be granted TO HOLD the said premises with their appurtenances unto the said Thomas Reilly his heirs and ASSigns fo;r ever subject to the payment of the perpetual yearly fee farm rent of £13 16s 11d by two equal half yearly payments on every 25th day of March and 29th day of September over and above all taxes and charges whatso ever Quit and Crown rent on excepted AND WHEREAS by his last will dated the 14th day October 1862. The said Thomas Reilly devised and bequeathed unto John McMahon of Cavendish Row in the City of Dublin Barrister at Law and Hugh Keenan Late American Consul of Nelson St in the said City of Dublin their heirs Executors administrators and assigns all his estate both real and personal upon the trusts uses and purposes therein expressed amongst others as to the Lands tenements and premises comprised in the hereinbefore recited indenture of the 14th March 1855 and the 26 January 1856 upon trust for his son John Reilly for his natural life or until he should become Bankrupt or insolvent whichever should first happen and from and after either of said events then to the use of his wife Georgina Reilly during her Widowhood as the Widow of his daid son John her then husband and from and after such widowhood or her death to the issue of his said son John in such manner as his said son John should by his last Will direct and in default then to such issue their heirs and assigns share and share alike which bequest was in the said Will declared to be made upon the express condition that said John Reilly should pay off and discharge the Bond debt which the Testator became accountable for as his surety to one Doctor McKinstry for Five hundred pounds AND WHEREAS by his said Will said Thomas Reilly appointed his wife Cecelia O Reilly and Edward Reilly Executrix & Executor thereof and by a codicil thereto dated 20th April 1868 confirmed his said Will so far as the thereinbefore devises bequests and provisions were concerned. AND WHEREAS the said Thomas Reilly died on the 2nd May 1870 without having altered or revoked his said will and the Codicil thereto and letters of Administration with said Will and codicil annexed were duly granted forth of Her Majesty’s Court of Probate in Ireland to Joseph Reilly a son of said Thomas Reilly The said Cecelia Reilly and Edward Reilly the executrix and executor appointed by said Will having Predeceased the said Testator AND WHEREAS the said John Reilly was at the time of the death of the said Thomas Reilly in occupation of the premises comprised in the hereinbefore recited indentures of the 14th March 1855 and26th January 1856 and by said Will so devised as aforesaid and which are hereby expressed to be granted, and continued in occupation of the same until his death in or about the year 1889 AND WHEREAS the said Doctor McKinstry died in or about the year ------ and the parties hereto of the second and third parts believe that no claim was ever made in respect of the said Bond debt and that same was long since settled between the said John Reilly and said Doctor McKinstry AND WHEREAS on or about the 26th April 1889 said John Reilly died intestate leaving his Widow Georgina Reilly and Seven Children him surviving and the said Georgina Reilly thereupon became beneficially entitled under the provisions of the said Will of said Thomas Reilly to the possession or receipt of the rents and profits of said premises during her life provided she did not again marry. AND WHEREAS the said John McMahon and Hugh Keenan the trustees named in the Will of the said Thomas Reilly never acted in any way as such trustees and the said Georgina Reilly on the 1st December 1889 presented a Petition in the County Court of the county of Monaghan entitled, In the matter of the trusts of the Will of Thomas Reilly deceased, And in the matter of the Settled Land Act 1882 and of the County Court Officers Ireland Act 1877 AND WHEREAS accordingly it was ordered on the 30th January 1890 By his Honor Judge Baron County Court Judge that Augustus Blayney Young of Ballybay in the County of Monaghan Clerk in Holy Orders and Harry Rogers of Monaghan in the County of Monaghan Esquire be appointed trustees under the above mentioned Petition for the purposes of the above mentioned Act AND WHEREAS by Indenture made the 24 day of January 1894 between Georgina Reilly of Parnel Auckland New Zealand widow of the First Part, Augustus Blayney Young of Ballybay in the County of Monaghan Clerk in Holy Orders and Harry Rogers of Monaghan in said County Esquire of the second part and Annie Temple and Jane Temple parties hereto both of the said town of Monaghan spinsters of the third part. The said Georgina Reilly as beneficial owner and by virtue of the powers Vested in her by the settled Land Act 1882 and of every other power in that behalf her enabling and the said Augustus Blayney Young and Harry Rogers as trustees did for the considerations therein Grant and convey unto the said Annie Temple and Jane Temple their heirs and assigns ALL THAT AND THOSE the several plots or pieces of Ground by the hereinbefore recited indentures of the 14 March 1855 and 26 January 1856 expressed to be granted to the said Thomas Reilly as therein described. AND WHEREAS by Indenture dated the 29 day of December 1896 , and made between the said Annie Temple and the said Jane Temple of the one part and the said Rev RS O’Loughlin of the other part, the hereditaments hereinafter described and intended to be hereby conveyed were (amongst others) conveyed by the said Annie Temple and Jane Temple unto and to the use of the said Rev RS O’Loughlin in fee simple subject to a Proviso therein contained for the redemption of the said hereditaments on payment by the said Annie Temple and Jane Temple to the said Rev RS O’Loughlin of the sum of £250 with interest thereon on a day now past AND WHEREAS at a sale by Auction held the 29 day of August 1905 the said premises comprised in the two said Indentures of 14 March 1855 and 26 January 1856 and intended to be hereby conveyed were put up for sale by the said Annie Temple and Jane Temple and The said Russell McWilliam was declared the purchaser thereof at the price of Two hundred and fifty pounds (£250) and paid to the Auctioneer as agent for the Vendors a deposit of Sixty two pounds ten shillings and by a Memorandum of Agreement dated the said Twenty ninth day of August One Thousand nine hundred and five it was Agreed between the parties hereto of the second and third parts that the sale should be completed in manner hereinafter appearing AND WHEREAS the said sum of Two hundred and Fifty pounds is still due on the security of the hereinbefore recited Indenture of the 29 December 1896 but all interest on the same has been paid up to the date of these presents AND WHEREAS it has been agreed upon by the parties hereto of the first and second parts that the sum of One hundred and fifty should be paid to the said Reverend RS O’Loughlin out of the said purchase money, and that in consideration thereof the said Reverend RS O’Loughlin should join in conveying the premises hereinafter described, to the said Russell McWilliam absolutely freed & discharged from the security created by the Indenture of the Twenty ninth December 1896 and should hold said Security only as a charge for the Balance of One hundred pounds against the other premises included therein. NOWTHIS INDENTURE WITNESSETH that in pursuance of the said recited agreements and in consideration of the sum of One hundred and fifty pounds to the said Rev RS O’Loughlin paid by the said Russell McWilliam on or before the Execution of these presents by the direction of the said Annie Temple and Jane Temple the receipt whereof the said Reverend RS O’Loughlin hereby acknowledges and in consideration of the sum of Thirty seven pounds ten shillings at the same time paid by the said Russell McWilliam to the said Annie Temple and Jane Temple which with the daid deposit of Sicty two pounds ten shillings already paid by the said Russell McWilliam makes the said total purchase money of Two hundred and fifty pounds (The recipt of which sum of Two hundred and fifty pounds they the said Annie Temple and Jane Temple do hereby acknowledge) The said Reverend RS O’Loughlin as mortgagee by the direction of the said Annie Temple and Jane Temple hereby coveys and the said Annie Temple and Jane Temple as beneficial owners do and each of them doth hereby convey unto the said Russell McWilliam his heirs and assigns ALL THAT AND THOSE that plot or piece of Ground by hereinbefore recited Indenture of the 14 March 1855 expressed to be granted to the said Thomas Reilly and therein described as ALL THAT AND THOSE that plot or piece of ground in front of the said Thomas Reilly’s dwelling House and Tenement in Hill Street in the town of Monaghan being number One hundred and fify eight on Nevilles survey and over and through which the said Thomas Reilly is seized of a right of way to him his heirs and Assigns marked and described in and by a survey and map thereof delineated on the margin of said hereinbefore mentioned original Indenture of Lease of the 29 January 1839 bounded on the North by the said dwelling house and tenement on the south by William Carrolls tenement on the West by the Wall and railing pretecting the Highway or road from Mill Street to Milltown and on the east by and including the Wall running from said William Carrolls tenement to the eastern Gable of said dwelling House all which said premises are situate lying and being in the Town Corporation and Manor and in the Barony and said County of Monaghan excepting and reserving out of this demise unto the said Henry Robert Lord Baron Rossmore his heirs and Assigns all waifs estrays escheats Felons Fugitives Goods dividends Courts Leet and Courts Baron and all other Courts and the requisites and profits of them fairs markets and the Tolls and customs of them and all mines minerals and Quarries and all other Royalties whatsoever and Secondly ALL THAT AND THOSE the tenements and premises by the hereinbefore recited Indenture of the 26 January 1856 expressed to be granted to the said Thomas Reilly and therein described as ALL THAT AND THOSE that tenement on the Hill in the Town of Monaghan Bounded on the west by the road from Monaghan to Milltown, on the North by Allen Mitchell’s tenement and on the south and east by the Gardens in the Rere of Nathaniel Cooke’s and Nathaniel Wright’s tenement in Mill Street, situate in the Parish Barony and County of Monaghan as more particularly marked and described on a map or survey thereof endorsed on said Indenture and the reversion and reversions remainder and remainders yearly and other the rents issues and profits thereof and all and singular the houses edifices buildings improvements advantages rights members and appurtenances thereun—belonging or in anywise appertaining saving and always reserving out of this demise unto the said Harriett Wingfield her heirs and Assigns all waifs estrays escheats Felons Fugitives Goods Dividends Courts Leet and Courts Baron and all other Courts and the perquisites or Profits of them; Fairs, markets, and the Tolls and coustoms of them and all water, water courses, Mill Races, Mines, Minerals, Quarries, Timber and timber trees and all other Royalties Whatsoever TO HOLD the said premises unto and to the use of the said Russell McWilliam his heirs and Assigns for ever subject to the perpetual yearly fee farm rents reserved in said Indentures of 14 March 1855 and 26 January 1856 respectively freed and discharged from all principle money and interest secured by and all claims and demands under the hereinbefore recited indenture of Mortgage of the 29 day of December 1896 PROVIDED ALWAYS and it is hereby agreed and declared by and between the parties hereto of the first and second parts that nothing herein contained shall affect the Validity of the said Indenture of Mortgage of the 29 day of December 1896 as respects the premises therein mentioned (other than thoses hereby assumed) as a continuing security for the principle sum of £100 now remaining due to the said RS O’Loughlin and interest thereon from the date hereof at the rate in said Indenture mentioned AND the said Russell McWilliam doth hereby covenant with the said Annie Temple and Jane Temple that he the said Russell McWilliam his heirs and assigns will henceforth pay the fee farm rents by the said Indentures of the 14 March 1855 and 26 January 1856 reserved respectively and perform and keep all covenants by the Lessee therein contained and keep the said Annie Temple and Jane Temple their heirs executors and Assigns Indemnified against all actions expenses claims demands and liability on account of the non-payment of the said respective rents or the Breach of the said covenants or any of them.

I'm grateful to JJ Keenan & son, solicitors of Monaghan for a copy of this deed.

Monaghan Town & County Deeds

25:514:15723 20/05/1720 Reg 21/05/1720
Indenture
Owen Brannagan, Liverpool 1P
James Reilly,City of Dublin Esq 2P
Reciting deed of 1/05/1715
John Harrison, Late of Castleblayney, Co Monaghan 1P
Owen Brannagan, Liverpool 1P
1P to 2P lands on West side of Castleblayney for 31 years for £160
Now
1P to 2P for residue of 31 years
DW Charles Reilly
DW William Butler
DWMW John Geoghegan

34:341:21835 1/11/1722 Reg 6/11/1722
Lease
James Reilly, City of Dublin, Esq 1P
Samuel Hemphill, Prospect, Co Monaghan, Gent 2P
1P for £32 to 2P; towns of Killcard, Monaghy in Castleblayney, 163 acres except part of Monaghy demised to Edward Lucas for 18 years
DWMW John Delap, City of Dublin, Peruk maker
DWMW Thomas Ringwood, Clerke to William Barry, City of Dublin

433: 190: 283183 20/06/1791 Reg 22/07/1791
Mortgage
Jas. Reilly, printer, Monaghan & Francis Battersby, Monaghan, Gentfor £100 – Tenement in Mill Street where John Barr formerly dwelt & also the little houses at the end thereof formerly inhabited by John Graham, John Orr, Geo Henry & Hugh Cassidy and afterwards in possession of James Battersby and his undertenants with equity of redemption.
DWMW James Lecky & James Battersby both Monaghan Town, Gents

469: 565: 303939 6/03/1793 Reg 6/02/1794
Mortgage
James Reilly, Printer, Late of Town & County of Monaghan 1P
Pat Maguire, City of Dublin, Doctor of Medicine
DW Hugh Melby, City of Dublin
DWMW Hugh Johnstone, City of Dublin
MW Bryan Cody, City of Dublin, Gent

482:129:305305 7/04/1794
Lease & release
Francis Battersby, Monaghan, Gent 1P
Patrick Maguire, City of Dublin, Doctor of Physic 2P
Recites that deed of mortgage by James Reilly has been lost; due £110 12s; 1P in consideration of said sum paid by 2P conveys properties as described above
DW John Dillon, City of Dublin, Gent
DWMW Bryan Leddy, City of Dublin

713: 396: 488131 9/09/1816 Reg 9/04/1817
Mortgage
Mary Anne Maguire, widow of Pat Maguire of Dublin, Doctor of Medicine 1P
Mary Reilly, widow of James Reilly, printer, late of City of Dublin
1P to 2P same properties as above; Skeffington Hamilton noted as last surviving life
DWMW John Molten, City of Dublin, Gent
DW James George Lynch, Gent

438:128:282222 24 May 1791 Reg 24/05/1791
Lease
Rt Hon William Henry Fortescue, Earl Clermont & Francis Countess Clermont, his wife 1P
Richard Mitchell, Town of Monaghan, Gent 2P
Property on Mill Street (Neville 139) Adj O William Latimere & Patrick Duffy, Form O James Sims
Land on which Lime kiln built (Neville 288) Adj O George Johnston & John Magill
Property in Killnacloy (Neville 185)
Lives Richard Mitchell, lessee, Blany Mitchel (13), 4th son & Richard Henry Mitchel (7), 5th son to Blany Owen Mitchel , Monaghan, Attorney
DW Rt Hon Robert Cunningham, Monaghan
DWMW Sir James Hamilton, Monaghan
MW John Humphrys, Rockvale, Monaghan

520:377:341000 Reg 5th Febt 1799 Reg 10th Mar 1792
Indented Deed of Demise
Henry Fortescue, Earl of Claremont & Rev Matthew Trumble, Monaghan
HF Demises to MT all that tenement in this street in possession of Matthew Trumble containing 4a 2r & field in Mullaghmonaghan & field in Tully
For the lives of Maria Trumble, Catherine Trumble & Matthew Trumble
DW James Wetherby, John Currin & John Reilly
MW by said Jno Reilly and Thomas Reilly of town of Monaghan

658: 488: 455553 1/05/1813 Reg 29/05/1813
Wm Skelton of Town of Monaghan, Whitesmith 1P
Thomas Reilly Town of Monaghan 2P
Richard Skelton 3P
1P to 2P; Tenement in Clones St inhabited by 1P, John Rush & Allan Winter in actual possession of Thomas Reilly
Precise details of property given & Michael, James & John Skelton, sons of William mentioned
DWMW Joseph Sloan

759:503:515839 25 Jan 1821 Reg 14/02/1821
Harriett Westenra ors Murray, relict of Henry Westenra, Merrion Sq, 1 part
Hon Rev Edward Wingfield, Myshel, Co Carlow & Wm Verner, Churchhill 2 part
Hon Edward & Harriett Wingfield (Westenra) 3 part
Harriett Wingfield only surviving daughter of 1st party
1st party, prior to her marriage to Henry Westenra entitled to lands, tenements, etc
1st Dec 1764: Ballynefirbane, Ballynagall, Coraness, Balkenagh, Loughturkin, dwellings lying in Monaghan and a part of (Laturkin) lately in possession of Wm Adams & several tenements in the town of Monaghan which are called Waddles Lands
Recites 1P to Robert Lord Jocelyn & Cadwallader Lord Blayney 2P for use of Mary Lady Blayney and after in trust for 1P notwithstanding coverture. 1P has 3 living children viz William Warner Lord Rossmore, Henry Westenra, Lt Col HM 8th Light Dragoons & said Harriet Wingfield
2P to make various payments to these children
DWMW Hon & Rev John Pomeroy, Merrion Sq, Dublin
DW JH Freeman

1856:5:7:106 14th Feb 1856 Reg 14 Feb 1856
Grant in Perpetuity
Harriett & Edward Wingfield to Thomas Reilly of March House, Sandymount, Gent
1P to 2P; In pursuance of Provisions of the Renewable Leasehold Conversion Act
Property bounded on west by road from Monaghan to Milltown, on S & E by gardens in rere of Nathaniel Cookes & Nathaniel Wright’s tenements in Mill St and on N by Allen Mitchells tenement for a yearly rent of £13.16.11 1/2
DW BH Cumberland, Capt, John Reilly, 32 L Ormond Quay
DWMW Patrick Danlay, Ballyshannon
MW George Knight 35 L Ormond Quay 

313;512:210049 – 7 Nov 1776 – Reg 15 Nov 1776
Deed of Release
John Wright of Drumbo, Co Monaghan and Sarah his wife
Benjamin Whitsett, Knocknegrat, Co Monaghan
For £500 Benjamin Whitsett to J & S Wright, Drumbo & Derryerid
Wit: Rich’d Dawson & Sam’l Mitchell of town & county of Monaghan

261:521:172527 1/8/1768 Registered 17 Oct 1768
Lease
William & John Ogle, Newry, merchants 1P
Thomas Wright, Emyvale, merchant 2P
William & John Ogle demise to Thomas Wright a tenement in Emyvale on West side of the street in his actual possession
Wit: William Huston, Glaslough, gent & John Wilson, Emyvale

388:131:257308 8 Mar 1786 Reg 19 June 1787
Deed pole
James Wright, Annagh 1P
William Wright, Emyvale 2P
James Wright did relinquish any claim he or his heirs had under the will of Thomas Wright of Emyvale, dec'd, and vested same in William Wright.
Anything to the contrary in s'd will notwithstanding, in consideration of payment unto s'd Thomas (?) and his children of £500
Wit; William Wilson, Katherine Stewart & James Stuart

458:61:294178 1 June 1790 Reg 6/11/1792
Lease
William Ogle, Newry, Esq 1P
Joseph Wright, Emyvale, Trough, Monaghan 2P
William Ogle for yearly rent demises to Joseph Wright a tenement on the NW side of Emyvale
Wit: Thos Cole, Emyvale, John Rossy? Derryhue, gent, William Huston, Drumannolly, gent

870:27:578527 7/4/1831 Reg 9/4/1831
Assignment
Theobald Coulter, North Brunswick St, City of Dublin 1P
Jane Coulter als Gibson, his wife 1P
Samuel McElwain, Bailieboro, Gent
Recites that Theobald Coulter and Jane, his wife had:
1/3 House in Market Street, Bailieborough
1/3 lands of Drumbannon in possession of Samuel McElwain
** (Drumbannon is located on the outskirts of Bailieborough ie it would now be within the town.)
1/3 House in William Street in possession of Philip Reilly
1/3 part of lands of Pottle
Above lands assigned by Thomas Coulter & his wife for £27 paid by Samuel McElwain
Wit: Alex Henry of New Street, City of Dublin & John Williamson of Bailieborough, Grocer

Miscellaneous & unsorted Deeds

6:304:2189 25/04/1707 Reg 4/07/1711
Demise
Hon Thomas Coote, Esq, 2nd Justice of Queens Bench 1P
Isaac Davenport, Cootehill, Cavan, Linen weaver 2P
1P to 2P in consideration of rent of £6 p. a. demises tenement O 2P & garden & outhouses in Cootehill & 19 acres in Pole of Killycreave
Lives 2P, his wife, Ann & Samuel, his eldest son. Lives renewable within 40 Years.
DW Epaphroditus Lawson, Cootehill, Gent
DW Patrick Coyle, City of Dublin
DWMW John Croker, City of Dublin

407:382:271085 Aug 29 1789
Greenaway-Jackson
Francis Greenaway, linen draper of Derryardre, part of Killiman, Co. Armagh
John Jackson, Clinnicale, Tartaraghan, linen weaver
Recites Thomas Roe of Cluin by indenture 9 June 1756 gave to s’d Francis land in his possession, 12 acres for lives of Francis & Elizabeth, his wife with sufficient moss for one family at a yearly rent of 6s/acre
S’d Francis assigned his title and interest in 12 acres of land along with crop, grain and grass now standing unto John Jackson for £34.2.6
Witnesses: John Jackson of Ballinary & John Allen of Lurgan, Gents, Armagh
Thanks to Vancouver Mike via Sharon Oddie Brown
Tithe Applotment Books for Killyman
Greenway, William, Derryardry, Armagh

308:71;203705 8 Mar 1772 Reg 13 Mar 1772
Mortgage
Sam’l Anderson, Vicarstown, Co Armagh, linen draper 1P
William Johnston, Armagh, Co Armagh 2P
Sam’l Anderson for £300 grants William Johnston land in ½ townland of Killpike formerly in possn of John Anderson and lately in possn fo Robert Bodell + land & turf bog of Kilpike 4 a 1r 19p which was transferred by Alexr Templeton & Ezekiel Bullock to s’d Sam’l Anderson + little park sold by John Andeson to Sam’l & Susanna McCammon & by them assigned to s’d Sam’l Anderson and that farm of land bequeathed to Sam’l by his father, William Anderson.
Redemption on payment of £360, interest & cost on or before 35 March
Wit: John Mosson, town & county of Armagh & David Palmer, Armagh, Innkeeper

539:434:354190 1 Nov 1800 Reg 16 July 1801
Sale
John Waugh, Kilpike, linendraper 1P
Josias Anderson, Banbridge, Inkeeper
Sarah Anderson, John Anderson, Esther Anderson, Eliner Anderson & John Morrow in right of his wife Elizh Anderson, all Kilpike 2P
2P for £45 sell and assign to 1P right & title of part of Kilpike in possession of John Waugh that s’d Sarah Anderson held under Thos Morris Jones
Wit: Benj Darly, Greenhill & Robt Templeton

607:21:413999 20 Dec 1808 Reg 30 Dec 1808
Lease
John Anderson, Lisnafiffy, farmer, 1P
Thos Anderson, Lisnafiffy, farmer, 2P
Recites £45 to John Anderson by Thos Anderson granted 5 acres + ½ lowlands of Lisnafiffy formerly in possession of s’d Thos Anderson
Bounded on North by s’d Thso, on East by Henry Night’s farm on South by Elizh Shous & on West by Chas Anderson’s
Wit: Hugh Frazer, Banbridge & Andrew Anderson, farmer

629:240:431439 2 Nov 1810 Reg 2 Nov 1810
Indented Deed of Assignment
William Anderson, Banbridge, Co Down, Merchant 1P
Andrew McCleland, Banbridge, Co Down, Merchant 2P
Robert Anderson, dec'd, father of William his only son and heir
Former O adj Dr McMoidie
O adj James Graham
O Bernard Magrath
By lease 28 Oct 1794 Philip Graham to Robert Anderson
For £277 2P to 1P formerly in possession of Robert Anderson
DWMW William Crozier, Banbridge, Gent
DWMW Peter O'Connor City of Dublin, Writing Clerk

28:54:13478 19/6/1719 Reg 23/6/1719
Lease
Rt Hon Benj Parry, Privy Councillor 1P
Patrick Savage, younger, Divernagh, Armagh, Tanner 2P
Lands of Divernoghs, Racarbry & Lisnely Barony Orier, Co Armagh in occupn of Patrick Savage, surveyed by Garret Hogan 369 acres for £70 pa
Lease Wit: Wm Savage, City of Dublin, gent, Henry Buckley, City of Dublin, Public Notary, Bruen Worthington, City of Dublin, Public Notary

83:155:58069 6 Sept 1734 Reg 29 Mar 1736
Benj Parry, esq, Will
Leaves lands in College Green & Twinstile Alley, City of Dublin & lands in Co Armagh, near Newry to
his cosen, Dr John Hawkshaw during his life & then
his brother, Rev Benj Hawkshaw & after
his cosen Francis Price, son to Mrs Marcella Price & then
the latter's sons taking the name Parry

799:574:531512 9/01/1825 Reg 11/02/1825
Conveyance
Robert Russell, Newry, Co Down, Coachmaker 1P
Michael Denvir, Newry 2P
George Phelin, Newry, Wollen Draper 2P
1P to 2P for £310 land in Hill St, Newry
O adj Thomas May
O adj Dennis Caulfield
DW Thomas McNamara, Clerk to Joseph Glenny
DWMW Joseph Glenny, City of Dubin, Attorney

412:510:271125 18/12/1782 Reg 12/10/1789
Lease
Robert Maxwell, Fellows Hall, Co Armagh, Esq 1P
Peter Lappan, Brootley, Derrynoose parish, Co Armagh, farmer 1P
1P demised to 2P Brootley & Lisdrumbrochis in Manor of Belleagh, Derrynoose parish, 17 acres with a covenant of renewal
DW Maxwell Close, Elmpark, Co Armagh, Esq
MWDW Samuel Cuming, Keady, Co Armagh, Gent
MW Terence Feaghan, Brootley, Co Armagh, farmer

122:373:84423 22/10/1746 Reg 10/11/1746
Marriage settlement
Deed of Release
William Richardson, Rich hill ors Legacorry, Co Armagh Esq Eldest son & heir of John Richardson, late of Legacorry, Esq, dec'd 1P
Daniel Mussenden, Belfast, Antrim, merchant 2P
Isabella Mussenden, only daughter of Daniel 3P
Randall Donaldson, Castle Dillon, Co Armagh, Esq 4P
William Blacker, Carrick, Co Armagh, Esq 4P
Hon Arthur Hill, Belvoir, Co Down, Esq 5P
James Ross, Belfast, merchant 5P
Whereas John Richardson by last will & testament of 14/9/1743 left manors of Legacorry & Mullalelish & Buoless & Moore Church in Barony Duleck, Co Meath to William Richardson
Marriage between William Richardson & Isabella Mussenden
Daniel Mussenden to William Richardson £5,000 as marriage portion and on his death to 4P £2,000
William Richardson to Isabella Mussenden £500 pa out of certain lands
DWMW Edward Jones, Belfast, gent
DWMW William Benson, Belfast, gent
DW John Arnold, City of Dublin, gent

 

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Charles Wills

The Will with one Codicil of William Charles late of Cookstown in the County of Tyrone Watchmaker deceased who died 24 October 1857 at same place was proved 15 May 1858 at Armagh by the oaths of Robert Stack Esquire and the Reverend Hamilton B.Wilson both of Cookstown aforesaid the Executors. Effects under £3,000

Names:
Wife, Eliza & her children Sarah, Margaret, Thomas & Hester Anne Charles
Eldest son James Hogg Charles
2nd son, John Hughes Charles
3rd son, William Hogg Charles
4th son, Robert Hogg Charles
Daughter, Isabella Jane
Brother, Dr Henry Charles
Brother, Thomas Charles
Dr Henry Charles & John Harbison of Cookstown, guardians and trustees of will

The Will of William Charles late of Cookstown County Tyrone Watchmaker deceased who died 4 June 1873 at same place was proved 7 July 1873 at Armagh by the oaths of Thomas William of Drumcar (Dunleer) County Louth Land Steward and William Charles of Derrygenart (Cookstown) County Londonderry Farmer the Executors. Effects under £600

Names:
Wife: Ellenor Matilda & child or children
Brother, Andrew

The Will of Henry Richard Charles late of Cookstown County Tyrone Medical Doctor deceased who died 24 November 1873 at same place was proved 22 December 1873 at Armagh by the oaths of Mary Charles of Cookstown aforesaid Widow and Hamilton Patterson of Tullyard (Cookstown) in said County Farmer the Executors. Effects under £450

Names:
Wife, Mary alias Gourley
Niece, Emma Gourley, daughter of George Gourley, late of Cookstown and his wife, Eliza Gourley alias Neuzeum
Nephew, George Gourley
Niece, Ann Mary Gourley, alias Worthy (both believed to be in America)

[The will of Margt Welsh of Derryloran parish, late of Gortalowry, Cookstown, widow, dec'd who died 26th July 1881 was proved at Armagh by Robert Welsh, Gentleman & Alicia Welsh spinster both of Gortalowry, the Executors. Robert and Alicia Welsh were her son and daughter]

The Will of Daniel Allen Charles late of Cookstown County Tyrone M.D. who died 2 January 1886 at same place was proved 9 February 1886 at Armagh by Anna Charles of Cookstown Widow the sole Executrix. Effects £1,746 13s. 1d.

Names:
Daniel Allen Charles MD of Bellaghy, Co Londonderry
Wife Anna

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Thomas Charles late of Moymucklemurray County Londonderry Retired Farmer who died 22 June 1889 at same place were granted on 10 December 1890 at Londonderry to David Hughes Charles of Cookstown County Tyrone M.D. the Brother. Effects £67

The Will of Thomas Charles late of Dungannon County Tyrone Merchant who died 21 May 1891 at same place was proved 16 June 1891 at Armagh by John George Donaldson of Cookstown said County Bank Manager and John Charles of High-street Barrow-in-Furness Lancashire Merchant the Executors. Effects £614 3s. 9d.

Names:
Sons: John & Henry Charles
Daughters: Mary Jane Rooney, Sarah McEntire & Margaret Fairburn
Grandaughter, Elizabeth Charles
Wife mentioned but not named

The Will (with one Codicil) of Andrew Charles late of Beltonanean County Tyrone Farmer who died 11 December 1893 at same place was proved 9 February 1894 at Armagh by Robert James Charles of Beltonanean and Robinson Black of Doons both said County Farmers the Executors; Effects £1,047 4s. 3d

Names:
Daughter Jane Black, wife of James Black of Barrow-in-Furness
Son, Benjamin Charles in New Zealand
Son Andrew Charles & his son, Andrew
Son Robert James Charles - gets farm in Beltonanane – married 16 years previously
Son, Henry Richard

Probate of the Will of John Charles late of Balteneane County Tyrone Farmer who died 18 August 1898 granted 30 October 1900 at Armagh to Richard Charles Boot Merchant. Effects £90

Names:
Son, Robert
Son, William & his daughter, Lily
Executor: Richard Charles of Cookstown

Probate of the Will of David Hughes Charles late of Cookstown County Tyrone M.D. who died 21 August 1899 at Oxford England granted 4 December 1899 at Armagh to John J. Charles of 1 Alexandra-place Cork and Robert H. Charles of 17 Bradmore-road Oxford Professors and Hugh B. Hogg of Moneymore County Londonderry Gentleman. Effects £5,309 13s. 6d.

Names:
Son, Professor John James Charles
Son, Professor Robert Henry Charles
Son, Richard Havelock Charles
Son, David Hughes Charles & daughter, Hester
Late son, Daniel Allen Charles and his daughter, Nora
Late son, Thomas Cranston Charles, his son Arthur Cranston Charles and his daughter, Eileen Charles
Late daughter, Marie Elizabeth Given and her daughters, Madeleine La Vie & Marie Stuart Given and her sons John Kilpatrick Given, David Hughes Charles Given and George Given
Son, Frederick Charles

Administration of the Estate of Elizabeth Charles late of Cookstown County Tyrone Widow who died 18 May 1914 granted 5 August 1914 at Armagh to Andrew Charles Watchmaker; Effects £29 11s. 7d

Charles James Black of Beltonanean Cookstown county Tyrone farmer died 24 December 1924 Administration Belfast 21 July 1925 to Eleanor Jane Charles widow. Effects £144 15s; Effects £144 15s 0d

Charles Andrew of Cookstown county Tyrone retired watchmaker and jeweller died 27 May 1926 Probate Londonderry 10 January to William McClay draper and Joseph Irvine Thompson grocer. Effects £2674 4s. 11d.

Charles Havelock Cranstoun of Pembroke College Oxford county Oxford and of 95 Enys Road Eastbourne county Sussex died 20 December 1927 at Loreli Bangor county Down Northern Ireland Probate London 20 March to Georgina Ellen Charles widow. Effects in Northern Ireland £171 4s. 6d. Re-sealed Belfast 2 April.

Charles Andrew of 28 Merrion Square Dublin surgeon died 2 March 1933 at Hume Street Nursing Home Dublin Probate Belfast 21 May to Minnie Thompson and Ina Knox married women and Elizabeth Charles spinster. Effects £777 15s. 7d.

Charles Mary Lilias of 11 Carlisle Mansions Carlisle Place Westminster widow died 18 January 1935 Probate London 14 March to William Harland retired captain H.M. army and Edith Mildred Charles spinster. Effects in Northern Ireland £209. Re-sealed Belfast 4 June.

Charles Richard of Loy Hill Cookstown county Tyrone retired merchant died 25 May 1935 Probate Belfast 15 April to Joseph I. Thompson merchant and Elizabeth Charles spinster and John B. Knox bank official. Effects £3796 8s. 1d.

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Samuel Clugston
Probate of the Will of Samuel Clugston late of Dungannon County Tyrone Bookkeeper who died 1 October 1914 granted at Armagh 31st October 1914 to Margaret Clugston the Widow and William Kennedy Clugston Factory Manager

Names:
Widow, Margaret, who inherited all his property
Son, William Kennedy Clugston

Margaret Ann Clugston
Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Margaret Ann Clugston late of Lisnafiffy County Down Spinster deceased who died 21 January 1872 at same place were granted at Belfast 12 February 1872 to Henry Clugston of Lisnafiffy (Banbridge) aforesaid Farmer the Brother and one of the next of kin of said deceased
Effects under £450

Henry Clugston
Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Henry Clugston late of Lisnafiffy County Down Farmer a Bachelor deceased who died 19 December 1874 at same place were granted at Belfast 7th January 1875 to Mary Bodel of Lisnafiffy (Banbridge) Widow the Sister of said deceased
Effects under £3,000

Robert Clugston
Probate of the Will of Robert Clugston late of Lisnafiffy County Down Farmer who died 14 February 1910 granted at Belfast 1st April 1910 to Eliza Clugston the Widow and John McKee Draper.
Effects £338 16s 9d

John Clugston
Clugston John of 47 Fitzroy Avenue Belfast linen warehouse manager died 6 March 1941 Administration Belfast 29 May to Robert Clugston company secretary. Effects nil [Possibly son of William, see 1901 census]

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Conolly Wills

Betham digest of will of William Conolly's sister, Mary (Thanks to Paul Hitchings for this item)
Mary Smith of Dublin, widow. Dated 19 March 1723; proved 2 March 1724

Brother William Conolly esqre
Sisters Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Dickson, and Katherine, wife of Hugh Galloher
Nieces Catherine Carlton, wife of Christopher Carlton esqre, and Mary Clarke, wife of Mr James Clarke
Nephew Joseph Lindsay
Catherine Dickson, daughter of Thomas Dickson
John Dickson, son of said Thomas Dickson
Nephews Henry and William Ball
Nieces Ellinor, daughter of John Dunlivy, and Averina (sic) Dickson

(The reference to Joseph Lindsay as the testatrix's nephew is interesting because her niece, Catherine Dickson, was yet to marry him (she was still a spinster in 1729). All the other beneficiaries under the will were of Mary's blood, so it seems likely Joseph was the child of one of the Conolly sisters - but which?)

William Conolly, 1729 Prerogative Court T/92 1931
Prerog Will Book/F/343b

Will of William Conolly:
Wife Katherine
Estate in N & S Wales
My mansion house in the city of Dublin
My mansion house and manor of Castletown

Nephew William Conolly
Estate in Co Kildare, Westmeath & Roscommon – Donegal, Dublin, Fermanagh, Wexford & Waterford &
elsewhere

Estate in Derry to my agent, Robert McCausland

Brother Thomas Pearson (& sister Jane)
£200 pa from estate of Ballyshannon to Jane
Niece Anne Pearson £5,000
niece Mary Burton (wife of Francis B.) £5,000
niece Alice Burton (dau. of F & M) £5,000

William Ball, Henry Ball, Mrs Carleton & Mrs Clarke, children of sister Ball £500

Item:
To Mrs Katherine Dixon and her sister, daus. of my sister Dixon £400 each and among the sons of my
said sister Dixon to be distributed in such manner and proportion as their father and mother shall
think fit the sum of £1,200.

Sister, Mrs Jane Bonnell, £200

Mrs Conyngham, wife of my nephew, William Conyngham £1,000
To their son, William Conolly Conyngham, £1,000

To and among my poor relations as my dear wife & nephew shall see fit £400

To my good friends Lord Bishops of Elphin & Clonfert 100 guineas each & 50 guineas to Clonfert to buy
mourning
Bruen Worthington & Darby Clarke £500
Dr Thomas Trotter? & Hugh Henry £100
Rt Hon Marmaduke Coghill & Thomas Marlay HM AG £200
Mrs Anne Marlay, wife of above £60 to buy mourning clothes

Rev Mr Geo Marlay – Poor of parishes of Ballyshannon, Killdrought, St Mary’s Dublin

Bishop of Clonfert, Marmaduke Coghill, Thomas Marlay & Rev Geo Marlay, Vicar of Kildraught
– building near Celbridge – 40 orphans or poor children
£200 out of manor & lands of Rathfarnham to maintain & educate said children
All via Katherine & William

Residue of estate to Katherine & William
£1,000 to Katherine & plate etc
After her death to William

Witnesses:
J Molyneaux
Richard Boyle
Thos Nesbitt

NB One of the executors was Thomas Marlay.

Registry of Deeds
63;180;43124 1st Nov 1728

PRONI: T2825/D/1-4
Letters & papers re his own (William Conolly) legacies to his relations, the Dickson family
[NB the will of William Conolly left £1,200 to the sons (John, Thomas, William & James) of his sister, Dickson, to be distributed as their parents thought fit. Their daughters, Katherine & Everina each received £400]
To Katherine Conolly
Pray pay to son John all the interest of £900 bequeathed to 3 sons, Thomas, William & James since they became intitled to interest by will of their uncle
Signed – Thomas Dickson, Eliza Dickson
October, 1734 Rec’d £3.7.10 interest of £300
being my proportion of £1,200 bequeathed to my
brothers and me, John Dickson
Ditto Wm Dickson, Jas Dickson, Thos Dickson
1836 – 11th Jan
William Dickson of Ballyshannon, merchant,
red’d sum of £300 + 5.16.7 interest
Thomas Dickson of Ballyshannon, merchant
rec'd £200 + 3.17 & £100 11th Oct 1835
James Dickson, 1837, £300 + 16.12.10
John Dickson 15th July, 1740, rec’d £306.5.0

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Dickie Wills

The Will of Joseph Dickie late of Fairhill Dundalk County Louth Solicitor deceased who died 1 October 1877 at same place was proved 9 November 1877 at Armagh by the oath of Kate Dickie of Fairhill Dundalk aforesaid the Widow and sole Executrix. Effects under £8,000

Names:
Wife, Kate Dickie
Friend, Dr Pollock of Dundalk

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of John Dickie late of Carrickastuck County Louth Farmer deceased who died 29 March 1878 at same place were granted 6 June 1878 at Armagh to the Reverend Joseph Dickie of Rathfryland County Down Presbyterian Minister a Brother of said deceased.
Effects under £200

The Will of the Reverend Joseph Dickie late of The Manse Rathfriland County Down Presbyterian Minister deceased who died 6 April 1883 at same place was proved 20 June 1883 at Belfast by William Burnside Dickie of Ballycarry County Antrim Bank Manager the surviving Executor. Effects £236 10s. 11d

Names:
Son, William Burnside Dickie of Carrickastuck
Brother, John Dickie
Daughter, Elizabeth
Daughter, Anne Wallace

The Will of Robert Dickie late of Dundalk and of Seabank Castlebellingham both County Louth Solicitor who died 25 January 1891 at Seabank was proved 4 April 1891 at Armagh by John Dickie of Casino Malahide County Dublin Esquire the sole Executor. Effects £972 18s. 7d

Names:
Father, John Dickie

Witnesses: James Dickie, Seabank & Agnes Dickie

Administration of the estate of William Burnside Dickie late of Kilres County Londonderry Retired Bank Manager who died 23 January 1905 granted 22 August 1905 at Londonderry to Jeanette M. R. Dickie the Widow. Effects £863 17s. 7d.

Administration of the estate of Margaret J. Dickie late of Seatown Dundalk County Louth Widow who died 3 June 1905 at Phillipstown House Dundalk granted 18 July 1906 at Armagh to Mary A. Parks Spinster.

Dickie Anna of Clonaleenan and of the Crescent both in Dundalk county Louth spinster died 25 August 1922 at the Crescent Probate Dublin 28 February to Eleanor Dickie spinster. Effects £207 11s. 3d. in Northern Ireland. Resealed Belfast 25 May.

Dickie Eleanor of The Crescent Dundalk county Louth spinster died 12 February 1930 Probate London 17 May to Maud Kathleen Elizabeth Dickie widow and Arthur Samuel Coulter. Effects in Northern Ireland £58 15s. 11d. Re-sealed Belfast 12 June.

Dickie Mary Wallace of Roachdale Hackballscross Dundalk county Louth spinster died 9 December 1938 at Warrenpoint county Down Probate Belfast 23 March to Arthur Samuel Coulter solicitor. Effects £252 13s. 1d.

Dickie Elizabeth of High Street Omagh county Tyrone spinster died 8 April 1930 Probate Londonderry 31 July to Maud Kathleen Elizabeth Dickie widow. Effects £858 6s. 7d.

Dickie Maud Kathleen Elizabeth of Clonavon Omagh county Tyrone widow died 28 January 1943 Probate Londonderry 2 July to William Bates Smyth company director. Effects £1481 15s. 1d.

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Dickson Wills

Betham Will extracts, National Library of Ireland

Thomas Dickson of Ballyshannon, Co Donegal
1st March 1732 & 1733
wife Elizabeth
brother William - estate in Leitrim
son John
son William
dau Catherine wife of Lindsey
dau Everina
son James

William Dickson of Ballyshannon, Co Donegal, merchant
7 June 1736 & 3 February 1740
brother Thomas Dickson
brother James Dickson
uncle Hon William Conolly
sister Everina Dickson

William Dickson of Ballyshannon, Co Donegal, merchant
nephew John Dickson, esq
towns and lands of Dartery, Thally, Garthally and Clunchy
nephew Henry Dickson
nephew Thomas Dickson
nephew William Dickson
nephew James Dickson
niece Ann Conyngham alias Dickson
Lettice Dickson
(No date is given for the will or probate)

Thomas Dickson of Ballyshannon, Co Donegal
date 22 May 1772 pr 10 August 1772
nephews Thomas D, Richard Tighe, William Lindsey
nieces Anna Dickson, Elizabeth Tighe, Catherine Tighe, Elizabeth Lindsey, Everina Dickson
sister Everina Tighe, wife of William Tighe

National Archives Prerog Gt Bk, 1750 pg 130A
Administration of goods of Henry Dickson, Mariner, dec'd granted to James Dickson, lawful father & next of kin, 1st May 1750
pg 171
Commission to swear Ann Dickson, mother & next of kin of Henry Dickson, mariner
To Matthew Scanlan, Michael Hanley, Thomas Park & Henry Dunbar, 8th Dec 1750
pg 182A
Administration of HD, Mariner to Ann Dickson of Ballyshannon, widow, mother (States that James had d.t.l.
Presumably James is James sen, Ballyshannon, Swift Wills, 1750

National Archives T245
Will of James Dickson of Bundoran, 1817
Buried in churchyard of Ballyshannon in the ground alotted to Dickson family
Wife Catherine (O'Hara) £300
to wife house & lands of Bundoran & then to my nephew, John Allingham, sen, of Ballyshannon, merchant or heirs
£300 to each of children of niece, Mary Thompson, ose Allingham
To Frances Dickson, 2nd dau of Major Thomas Dickson of Woodville £250
To Jemima Eccles, ose Dickson, 3rd dau of Th D £250
To William Dickson who formerly served me as clerk & was lately a merchant in Derry £450
To Mary Mulligan dau of Hugh Mulligan (2 years & 3 months) £30 or to her mother Bridget & £10 to Daniel Mulligan
£30 to poorest and worthiest widows
Execs wife & John Allingham
Wit Jas Brandon, Wm Thompson, Wm Erskine
Codicil:
Death of John Allingham so his sons, Edward & William joint execs with my wife & extra £100 to her
Due to bad behaviour of Dan Mulligan his £10 to go to Mary Mulligan
Revoke bequest to William Dickson - entitled to nothing
Revoke bequest of £300 to child of niece Mary Thompson down to £100
Wife up to £600
May 20th 1817
Wit Wm Fleming, Pat Feely, Hugh Mulligan

Jemima Dickson
(family copy)

The Will of Jemima Eccles Dickson late of Monaghan County Monaghan Spinster deceased who died 28 July 1879 at same place was proved at Armagh by the oaths of Reverend John Harris Morell of Cunry Lodge Ballybay Presbyterian Minister and Louisa Jemima Ellis of Monaghan aforesaid Spinster both in said County the Executors.

Names:

Sister, Anna Maria Dickson
Brother, Thomas Dickson

Niece, Marion Florence Morell
Niece, Hessie Maria McWilliam (Morell)
Niece, Eva Morell

Cousin, Louisa J Ellis

God-son, Gerard McKee

Witness: Chas Stack, Arch (Archdeacon)

Anna Maria Dickson
(family copy)

CPicture of the cover of Anna Marie Dickson's Will

The Will of Anna Maria Dickson late of Monaghan County Monaghan Spinster deceased who died 27 September 1884 at same place was proved at Armagh by the oaths of Reverend John Harris Morell of Cunry Lodge Ballybay Presbyterian Minister and Louisa Jemima Ellis of Monaghan aforesaid Spinster both in said County the Executors.

Names:

Brother, Thomas Dickson
Brother, Daniel Eccles James Eccles

Niece, Marion Florence Morell
Niece, Hessie Maria McWilliam (Morell)
Niece, Eva Morell

Cousin, Louisa J Ellis

Rev Daniel Eccles Dickson

Probate of the Will (with three Codicils) of The Reverend Daniel Eccles Dickson late of Muckross Letter County Fermanagh Clerk who died 27 April 1906 granted 5th June 1906 at Armagh to William M'William Clerk of Crown and Peace
Effects £2,873 8s

Names:

Niece; Marion Florence Morell
Niece, Eva Morell

In trust to William McWilliam for the children of said William and his late wife, Hessie Maria McWilliam (Morell)

General RW Lowry CB

Thomas Eccles Dickson

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Thomas Eccles Dickson late of Hollybrook County Fermanagh Esquire a Bachelor deceased
who died 7 March 1878 at same place were granted at the District Registry Armagh to Alicia Elizabeth Dickson of Hollybrook (Lisnaskea) aforesaid Widow the Mother of said deceased.
Effects £325 9s

Administration of the Estate of Thomas Eccles Dickson late of Hollybrook County Fermanagh Esquire who died 7 March 1878 granted at Armagh to The Reverend Canon Daniel Eccles Lucas Dickson Clerk
Date of Grant 5th March 1912

Alicia Elizabeth Dickson

The Will of Alicia Elizabeth Dickson late of Hollybrook County Fermanagh Widow who died 8 December 1888 at same place was proved at Armagh 25th February 1889 by the Reverend Daniel Eccles Lucas Dickson of Killeedy Rectory Charleville County Cork Clerk and Hester Frances Dickson of Hollybrook Spinster the Executors.
Effects £2,418 7s

Names:

Brother, Colonel Francis Blayney Lucas
Brother, Rev Edmond Allen Lucas

Son, Thomas Lucas, dec’d [eldest]
Son, Francis Blaney Dickson, dec’d
Son, Robert Lowry Dickson
Son, Daniel Eccles Lucas Dickson & Lizzie his wife & Alice Anna, his 2nd daughter

Daughter, Anna Elizabeth & her husband, Rev Robert Gilbert Eccles
Daughter, Hester Frances

Granddaughter, Alicia Dora, wife of Rev Lewis R Fleury
Granddaughter, Anna Florence Eccles
Granddaughter, Frances Harriet Eccles

Grandniece, Hester Jane West

Robert Lowry Dickson

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Robert Lowry Dickson late of Maguiresbridge County Fermanagh M.D. who died 14 August 1895 were granted at Armagh 19th June 1896 to the Reverend Daniel Eccles Lucas Dickson of Killeady Rectory Ashford County Cork Clerk the Brother
Effects £965 8s

Louisa Hewen Dickson

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Louisa Hewen Dickson late of Castle Archdale Glebe County Fermanagh who died 16 March 1891 at same place were granted at Armagh 1st August 1891
to the Reverend Joseph William Dickson of Castle Archdale Clerk the Husband
Effects £157 14s

Rev Joseph Dickson

Probate of the Will of The Reverend Joseph William Dickson late of Castlearchdale Glebe
Lisnarrick County Fermanagh Clerk who died 1 April 1900 granted at Armagh 27th April 1900
to George T. Armstrong Esquire
Effects £1,372 11s

Names:

Niece, Barbara Frazer
Niece, Helen Hewen Frazer
Niece, Anna Maria Bevan

Grandnephew, Edgar Whicher

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Donaldson Wills

Will Abstracts in the Stewart Kennedy Note books - TCD Library.

Alexander Donaldson

Joseph Donaldson, Cloughoy (sic) 1805, Armagh Will Extracts
T700, p. 145, 146.
2(166) & 24(43)
+ Joseph of same sig. 1837 pr. 1838.

Donaldson, Alexander, d., 1834 IWR/1834/F/647

Alexander Donaldson of Tullyvallen, d., 24th June, 1834; will dated, 12th June, 1834

Executors: James Jenkins of Altnamacken (Farmer)
Elizabeth do (Widow)

£300 charged on the ---- property ---- the Residuary legatees to Anne Jane Donaldson to be paid 6 months after her marriage or on the 1st November, 1842, whichever shall first happen.
Clothing & education of children
Note; Should either of the sons die under the age of 30 without (issue?) the survivor is to pay to daughter, Anne Jane an annuity of £12 for life.
Should testators wife marry again her share of testators property is to go to son, John, he paying Anne Jane an annuity of £15 for life.

Alexander Donaldson, of Philipstown, Co. Louth; 25 May 1843.
Witness, James O'Callaghan.
Probate to JT Dickie and Wm. Charleton.
Nephew - Alexander McEvoy (Jane McEvoy, otherwise Donaldson)
Nephew - Wm. Charleton.
Niece - Alicia Charleton.
[Elizabeth Donaldson, dau. of Wm. Donaldson, formerly of Freeduff.]

John Donaldson
Letters of Administration of the Personal estate of John Donaldson late of Tullyvallen in the County of Armagh deceased who died 1 November 1854 at same place were granted at Armagh 25th May 1854 to Elizabeth Donaldson of Tullyvallen aforesaid (Newtownhamilton) the Widow of said deceased.
Effects under £200

Will of Elizabeth Johanna Donaldson

Date of death; unknown
Date of grant; 18 September 1919

Names:
Mother, Mrs Elizabeth Donaldson
Niece, Hannah Sinton Perry
Witnesses: Mary Griffin & Anne O’Hare

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Eccles Wills

D1368/2 - Copy will of Joseph Eccles of Rathmoran

Dated 2nd Aug 1709
Codicil 9th Nov 1710

To my dear and only brother, Charles Eccles of Fintonagh I leave
Item; The Manor of Rathmoran
Item; Various townlands in the Manor of Mount Sedborough
Item; My interest in the Manor of Shannock
Item; Charles is to pay £2,000 to Hugh Rainey of Londonderry re debt of £4,000

Eccles, Daniel, 1750 of Fintonagh
Prerogative Grant Book/F/145a
PRONI – T962/19/ - Copy Pg Will – 10th Nov, 1747]

I confirm Deed of Settlement dated 10th Feb 1743 giving Manor of Rathmoran & Lands of
Mount Sedborough to my 2nd son, Robert Eccles
[Lands subject to payment of £3.000 to discharge debts to my executrix (wife) with surplus to my younger children as she shall judge – Executrix to take annuity of £100]

I confirm Deeds of Settlement made and executed 29th Jan 1744 of Manor of Castleleigh alias Fintonagh – charged with sum of £3,000 – money raised and paid to John Dickson of Ballyshannon and to my 2nd daughter, Anna
[I assume that John Dickson was one of the trustees re marriage of Anna to Nicholas Coyne]

[Marriage settlement – 1718
Deed executed by Alex McClintock of Drumcorn, Co Louth on my marriage in 1718]

My dear wife, Mary Eccles, alias Lowry, shall have, occupy, possess farm of Castletown/Rakerran/Fintonagh which I hold from the See of Clogher – dwelling houses, & all household effects – sheets etc (detailed) – bullocks, horses – to my dear wife, Mary Lowry during her natural life and after her decease to the person next in remainder as by a Deed of Settlement directed
Also to my wife all household goods likewise to my wife – 4 towns of Donagheavy & wife may (when she dies or thinks fitting) give said four townlands to younger son, James Lowry Eccles provided he is so dutiful and obedient as she approves or she may give the four to son Mervyn Eccles if she approves if not to such of my children as she pleases
And whereas my eldest son Charles executed a Deed of Mortgage 15th Feb 1741 of £2,000 on Fintonagh – sell to pay £2,000 to Robert Sampson
£400 to younger children as wife sees fit
£100 to poor of Donnaghcavy every Xmas

As to the lands purchased in the Manor of Shannock in the Barony of Clonkelly & the farms of Cornamuclagh in the Manor of Mount Sedborough of which I am seized in fee simple
My executrix shall execute all & singular the powers she has by virtue of a deed (by me) in 1742 by which she my wife has an absolute, clear and indefeasible power and right by sale or mortgage or otherwise to raise fortunes for each of my younger children unprovided for whose
names are part mentioned & contained in said deed (1742)

3rd son, Daniel - £40 – wife sole executor

Request bro Galbraith Lowry of Aghenis, cousin Samuel -------, 2nd son, Robert Eccles & John Dickson of Ballyshannon to aid and assist

Witness; Thos Ashe, Wm Buchanan, John Kerr

Will of Robert Eccles of Killrusky Co Fermanagh: PRONI D4132/D/2/10, 30 May 1762

I Robert Eccles of Killrusky in the County Fermanagh, Esq, do make my last Will and Testament in the manner following. I bequeath all my real and personal fortune and chattles to my wife Anna Eccles subject to settlements in Trust that after the payment of my Debts I bequeath the Lands of Killrusky to my son Daniel Eccles in feilure of him to my son Joseph Eccles and their heirs Males respectively according to seniority of Age and Priority of birth and in failure of them and their heirs male to Daniel Eccles Lucas and Francis Lucas my nephews in seniority of age and priority of birth and in failure of them to Mary Lucas daughter to Isabella my sister and her heirs providing she marry with the consent of her father and mother first had and obtained before marriage and in failure of her to the heirs male of James Lowry Eccles my brother. I bequeath my black mare to my brother in law the Rev'd Francis Lucas. I bequeath my daughter Mary fifty pounds sterling and the remainder to the care of my wife and what provision she pleases to make for her out of her regard to me. I bequeath my bay colt to Chas Evatt which I bought from Doc'r Rob't Elliot. It's my intention that what plate I have should be property of my wife during her life and afterward I leave it to my son Joseph and his issue male and female then to my son Daniel and his issue male and female and in failure of them to Daniel Eccles Lucas and his issue male and in failure of him to Francis Lucas and his issue male. I leave my brother Mervin Eccles a suit of mourning . WHEREAS Rob't Eccles Esq with his own proper money purchased part of his own estate Sold by virtue of several orders from the Court of Ecchequer in Ireland I bequeath those lands so purchased to my son Joseph Eccles and his issue male as may more fully appear by my marriage settlement and in failure of him to my son Joseph Eccles and his issue male and in failure of my sons Joseph and Daniel and their issue I leave the Land so purchased with my own proper money to Francis Lucas son to my brother and sister Lucas providing he takes upon him the name of Francis Robert Eccles. I bequeath to Alexander Thompson son to Mrs Thompson Aunt to my wife fifty pounds sterling out of my love and regard for him. I appoint my Wife Anna my sole Executrix and Administratrix to this my last will and testament out of the regard and love I and my wife have always had to my brother and sister Lucas I do expect and it's my last request that he will take some care of my children and their affairs.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in the presence of us this 30th dayMay - 1762 Thomas Noble, Wm Ley, Rich'd Cross - Rob't Eccles

[NB Daniel Eccles of Killbrusky, Fermanagh only surviving child of Robert Eccles, late of Belturbet & Anne Eccles, orse Boggs, both dec’d was a party to a deed, 331;67;222692 6th April, 1779 Reg 3/8/1799, and presumably inherited as above.]

Will of Anna Eccles of City of Dublin, widow PRONI D2081/1/?: Codicil (1816)

following the death of two sons, Gilbert Eccles & Thomas Eccles she gets shares from the will of their father, Daniel Eccles which she gives to Thomas Lloyd of Ravensdale, Co Louth to lend and advance the same at interest to her son, Daniel Eccles & on his decease to pay same to Louisa Eccles & if she should predecease him for the benefit of children of said Daniel and Louisa.

Wills etc held by the National Archives, Dublin – References extracted from Eneclann CD

John Dickson Eccles - Ecclesville died 12 Oct 1836
date of will - 8th Oct 1836
Executor - Jemima Eccles [wife] - sum & worth under £18,000

In rent
House goods £500
--------------------- £9615.7.81/2
Securities £6030
Stock £500
£200
--------
£17,345.7.81/2

Eccles, Anna Rebecca NA Char1/13/p13

Anna Rebecca Eccles, late of 49 Upper Bagot st

Will, January, 1845; Death, 11th Nov 1845; Probate, 1845 22nd Nov
Executors or Administrators
Jemima Eccles of same place, Widow

Effects under £2,000

“I leave to the poor of the parish of Fintona the sum of 10 pounds”.

Daniel Eccles [1777] Char1/11/p48

[see deed dated 1777]

£100 – annuity £6.6.0
To the poor – This sum secured by a rent charge of the lands of Aghafad and regularly disbursed

Eccles, Daniel [1839] Prerogative Grant Book/F/45b
Eccles Family pedigree, 1736 Thrift/3689
Eccles, Gilbert 1719 Will abstract Crossle/Smith/1/240
Eccles, John S 1830 IWR/1830/F433
Eccles, Thomas Dickson 1849 (Merchant) Baggot st T/1968

Letters of Administration (with the Will annexed) of the personal estate of Daniel Eccles late of Fintona County Tyrone Esquire deceased who died 12 January 1869 at same place were granted on 23 May 1870 at Armagh to John Dickson Eccles of Ecclesville Fintona in said County Esquire one of the Children of Testator and as such one of the Residuary Legatees. Effects under £800.

Names:
Children of eldest son, Daniel Eccles, dec’d
Children of eldest daughter, Susan Martha Ellis – 2nd son James Eccles Ellis, also John Soden Ellis & Louisa Ellis
Children of Anna Rebecca McKee
Gerrard Macklin McKee and his wife Isabella Letitia
Children of son John Dixon Eccles
Margaret Campbell, servant
Executors:
Nephew, Charles Eccles & Thomas Dickson of Bundoran or Rochford Lodge

The Will (With one Codicil) of John Stuart (or Stewart) Eccles late of Ecclesville County Tyrone Esquire who died 24 April 1886 at same place was proved 17 June 1886 at Armagh by Frances Caroline Eccles of Ecclesville Widow of Testator Thomas Duncan of Fintona Medical Officer and Edward C. Thompson of Omagh Medical Doctor all in said County the Executors. Effects £17,499 17s.

Names: Wife, Frances Caroline Eccles
Brother, Charles Edward Eccles
Uncle, Robert Gilbert Eccles
Infant daughters.
The estate was in tail in the male line.

Witnesses: Thomas C Dickie, solicitor, Omagh & Thomas Duncan, surgeon, Fintona

The Will of Frances Caroline Eccles late of Ecclesville Fintona County Tyrone Widow who died 12 February 1887 at 135 Stephen's-green Dublin was proved 30 March 1887 at Armagh by Edward Charles Thompson of Omagh and Thomas Duncan of Fintona both in said County Medical Doctors two of the Executors
Effects £9,486 17s

Names: Daughter, Rose Isabella, eldest
Daughter, Amy Henrietta
Daughter, Anna Theodosia Hester

Trustees, executors and guardians to the infant children
Brother, Conolly William Lecky Browne Leckey
Dr Edward C Thompson, Omagh
Dr Thomas Duncan, Fintona

Witnesses: Thomas C Dickie, solicitor, Omagh
CWL Browne Lecky

Probate of the Will of Charles Edward Eccles late of Moygannon Warrenpoint County Down Retired Captain who died 29 October 1896 granted at Belfast 23 December 1896 to Matilda T. Eccles of Moygannon Widow. Effects £12 10s.

Leaves everything to which he is entitled or has the power to dispose to his wife, Martha T Eccles

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Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Ellis Wills

Will of Louisa Jemima Ellis of Enniskillen, spinster; date of death; unknown; probate granted 16th August, 1919 at Armagh

Names:
Late brother John Soden Ellis & his son James N S Ellis
Late brother James Eccles Ellis
Major Gerrard Macklin Ellis of Moneygold Slip [? Co Sligo] – looks like the son of her uncle
Anna & Nina McWilliams, daughters of late cousin, Hessie Maria McWilliam.
James Eccles Ellis, son of late brother, George Robert Ellis
Alice M Eccles, wife of Gerrard Macklin Eccles
Mary Louise Eccles, daughter of George Robert Eccles
And her children Gerrard M Eccles and Janet Louise Eccles
Nina Eccles, daughter of the late Macklin Eccles
Cousins, Mary McKee and Elizabeth McKee
Executors; William McWilliam, Corlatt House, Monaghan & Herbert McWilliam, Bowelk House, Ballybay

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Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Henry Wills

Probate of the will of Dr Richard Henry late of Clones Co Monaghan who died 28th Apr 1898 - granted Dublin to James Henry of 19 Mountjoy sq, solr and Wm Henry of Clones MD
Effects £7739 1s 1d

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Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Jenkins Wills

Jenkins, James, 1852 Char1/15/25

James Jenkins, Altinamachan near NTH, Gent
Will 26th June, 1850
Death, 5th Apr, 1852
Prob, 11th Dec, 1852

Exec; John Jenkins of same place and Rev Joseph Jenkins of Willow Bank, Keady

I bequeath to the Presbyterian Church of 1st NTH as a mark of my attachment to the place a sum of £10 towards the erection of a stone (stove] and necessary repairs.

Rev Joseph Jenkins
Letters of Administration of the personal estate of the Reverend Joseph Jenkins late of Willow Bank in the County of Armagh Presbyterian Minister a Widower deceased who died 30 August 1862 at same place were granted at Armagh 3rd October 1862 to Annie Dobbin otherwise Jenkins of Willow Bank aforesaid Widow the Daughter only next of kin of said deceased
Effects under £300

John Jenkins
Letters of Administration (with the Will and one Codicil annexed) of the personal estate of John Jenkins late of Altnamahon in the County of Armagh Farmer deceased who died 21 March 1865 at same place were granted at Armagh 16th June 1865 to Elizabeth Jenkins of Altnamahon (Newtownhamilton) aforesaid the Widow and Executrix of Alexander Jenkins deceased the Residuary Legatee
Effects under £450

Names:
Son, Alexander Jenkins
Wife, Mary Jenkins

Alexander Jenkins

The Will of Alexander Jenkins late of Altnamahon in the County of Armagh Farmer deceased who died 28 March 1865 at same place was proved at Armagh 9th June 1865 by the oath of Elizabeth Jenkins of Altnamahon (Newtownhamilton) aforesaid Widow one of the Executors.
Effects under £450

Names:
Wife, Eliza Jenkins
Brother, James Jenkins
Mother & 4 children

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Loftus Wills

Adam Loftus Jan 1604 NA 999/419 {Photocopy}

In the name of God Amen. I Adam Loftus Lord Chancelor of Ireland and Lord Archbishop of Dublin being in perfect health and memory do make this my last will and testament in manner and form following. First I bequeath my soul into the hands of Almighty God who as my full trust and absolute hope is in his free Grace has called me to be a member of the misticall body of his Holy Church and in the merits and passion of Christ Jesus my only Saviour and Redeemer who fully having satisfied his infinite justice for the sins of all mankind by his last sacrifice upon the Cross hath blotted out all my sins upon which merits and passion I have grounded and fixed my anchor hold my conscience fully assuring me that by that means only and in him I am reconciled unto God without having any respec unto my own merits or any kind of works proceeding from myself which are not neither by any possibility can be able or of sufficient virtue to satisfie for the great and heynous offences which I have committed against his Infinite Majesty renouncing all other helps invoactions assistance merit and prayers of Saints or Angels or any other creatures and only relying on Christ Jesus my only Saviour and Redeemer in whom only God is well pleased which faith since I was called to be Bishop and Minister of Gods Holy Word I have allways both publicly preached and privately acknowledged and I desire that this my Faith and Profession be made known to posterities hereafter for so long as my memory be had of myself in this world.
And I leave my body to be buried by the direction of mine Executor. My will is also that my debts be paid and such lands and goods as I shall dye seized and possessed of. Also I bequeath unto my son Sir Thomas Loftus Kt a Bason and an Eure one of my three Basons and Eures such as my son Sir Dudley Loftus Kt shall thingk fittest to be spared, also two of my great standing white Bowles and two lesser white Bowles which were brought by Mr Newcomen out of England, AND whereas I have the Great Seals into three Cups I leave and bequeath the chiefe and greatest of them to my son Sir Dudley Loftus Kt and the second of them to my said son Sir Thomas Loftus Kt and the third being made in Ireland here to Sir Adam Loftus Kt eldest son of my brother Robert Loftus all which legacies I leave to be delivered and paid by my Executor instantly or as soon as conveniently may be after I am departed this life ALSO I bequeath unto every of my daughters now living viz. to the Lady Martha Loftus als Collelogue the Lady Ales Loftus als Warren the Lady Jane Loftus als Barkley the Lady Ann Loftus als Blaney Dorothy Loftus als Moore and also to William Colley and Arthur Ussher both the eldest sons of my two daughters viz. the Lady Margaret Loftus als Colley and Isabell Loftus als Ussher and to every one of them a Basin and Eure of pure Silver London touch of the vallue of fifteen ponds ster current mony of and in England ALSO I bequeath unto Elizabeth Hollingworth and Sybil Keyes both grandchildren to Thomas Lancaster late Primate of All Ireland the whole and entire sum of Four score Pounds current and lawful money of England to be equally divided betwixt them both of which I do in discharge of my conscience in full satisfaction of certain accompts and reckonings which I have found to be overcaste betwixt the said Lord Primate and myself ALL other my goods and chattels and debts I leave and bequeath unto my eldest son Sir Dudley Loftus Kt whom I do constitute and make Executor of this my last Will and Testament AND as touching all and singular my lands and hereditaments as well in use as in possession my will is that all and every person and persons now seized or at any time hereafter that shall be seized thereof or any part or parcel thereof shall immediately after my decease of all and singular my mannors castles messuages lands tenements Rectories tythes and hereditaments whatsoever with all and singular their appurtenances within the Realm of Ireland to the use of payment of such debts as I shall owe and stand indebted to any person or persons whatsoever at the time of my decease and such legacies as I have left by this my Will if my goods (the principles thereof excepted} shall not suffice to make payment of my said debts and legacies my Will if that all and every person and persons now seized or that hereafter shall be seized of all and every part and parcel of my said mannors Honnors Castles Lands tenements messuages Rectories Tythes and hereditaments whatsoever with all and singular their Appurtenances shall stand and be seized thereof to the use and behoof for my eldest son Sir Dudley Loftus Kt during his natural life and after his decease to the use of Adam Loftus son and heir apparent of the said Sir Dudley Loftus and to the heirs males of the body of the said Adam And for want of such issue then to the use of Nicholas Loftus second son of the said Sir Dudley and his heirs males of his body {or to William third son or Edward fourth son or to Dudley fifth son or to Samuel sixth son} then to the use of others the heirs males of the body of the said Sir Dudley to be begotten and for want of such heirs then to the use of Sir Thomas Loftus Kt my second son now living and the heirs males of his body AND further my will is that after my debts paid that all and every person and persons now seized or that hereafter shall be seized of all and every part and parcel of my said Mannors etc whatsoever with all and singular their appurtenances whatsoever shall stand and be seized thereof To the use and for the payment upon the issues and profits thereof to be made of all and every such sum and sums of money as the said Sir Dudley Kt and the heirs males of his body shall leave and bequeath upon the said Mannors etc and issues and profits thereof for the preferment of every of their daughters and sons other than their Son and heir apparent for the time being so as the Laws exceed not for every Daughter four hundred pounds current money of England and for every of their Sons three hundred pounds current money of England And further that after the debts of the said Lord Adam paid and after the aforesaid sums to be left and bequeathed or by the said Sir Dudley and the heirs males of his body for the preferment of their Daughters and Sons as before satisified and paid and the aforesaid estates and use in Remainders as before Determined ended Then my will is that all and every person and persons now seized or that hereafter shall be seized of all and every part and parcel of my said Mannors etc aforesaid whatsoever with all and singular their appurtenances shall stand and be seized thereof and of every part thereof to the use of Robert Loftus Son and heir to Edward Loftus late of Swynshed in the County of York in England gent and the heirs males of his body And for want of such heires males then to the use of the heirs females of the body of the said Sir Dubley Loftus Kt and to the use of the heirs of their bodies and for the want of such issue then to the use of Dame Martha, Dame Alice, Dame Jane, the Lady Ann and Dorothy and the heirs males of their bodies and also the use of the heirs males of the bodies of Dame Margaret deceased Isabell deceased and the heirs males of their bodies and for want of such heirs then to the use of Sir William Ussher in Dublin Kt Clerk of the Council and his heirs forever PROVIDED always and my full intent and meaning and purpose is the limitations of the use before specified by this my last will and testament and nor anything therein contained shall not hinder barr nor take away and grant estate Limitation or use before this made of any yearly annuity or without issuing out of the premisses or any part or parcel thereof or any other thing or things unto Dame Ann Loftus als Bagenall wife to the said Sir Dudley Loftus Kt but the same shall remain to the full force purpose and meaning thereof any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding. FURTHERMORE I charge my son Sir Dudley Loftus and Adam Loftus his Son and heirs not only to suffer my said son Sir Thomas Loftus quietly to enjoy all the use of the things that I have beueathed unto him with good respect in all brotherly love and kindness And this I charge both him and them upon my blessing
Ad. Dublin. Can.
Present when the said Lord Adam published this to be his Will the eight day of January 1604 Thoase whose names ensue
Nicholas Kerdiffe, Barnaby Bolger, Morgan Doyle, Anthony Spence, William Mallary
Proved 29 Nov 1679

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Lowry Wills

PRONI: D3007/A/4/2:

Will of James Lowry, esq of Ballinegorry, Co Tyrone, died 1665
(Will in Latin) John Lowry mentioned

Will of John Lowry, Sen
Memorandum that on or about the 24th day of June 1689 John Lowry late of Aghenis in the County of Tyrone gent being then in the siege of Londonderry sick of body but of perfect sense and good memory, and having a mind to make his last will and testament nuncupative did then in the presence of several credible witnesses make public and declare his last will and testament nuncupative in the words following or the like in effect (viz) speaking to his then wife Jane Lowry I do order that my eldest son Robert Lowry do returne or rather restore backe to you all that I had with you. I give to my sonne John £200: to my daughter Katherine £200 to my daughter Rebecca £150: to my daughter Anne £150 and all the rest of my estate which I believe will amount to about £700, I leave to my said sonne Robert Lowry, and shortly after departed this life without altering or making void the same
Probate granted 22 Jan 1692
Sd (----: Loftus)

Will of Captain John Lowry of Atherdee, 25th Jan 1697
Beloved wife, Mary Lowry £100 during her natural life & My coach and a pair of the best of my horses with six of the best of my cows and all my plate and household furniture
Brother-in-law Hamilton Townly the gray gelding
Daughter-in-law Mary Foulkes 2 good cows
Brother-in-law Blaney Townley my best case of pistols
Servant James Ford my suit of wearing clothes and £2
£2 to the poor of the parish
Brother Robert Lowry of Aghenis all the remainder of my estate

Will of Robert Lowry of Aghenis (see also Registry of Deeds 63:180:43124)
Robert Lowry to Daniel Eccles of Fentonagh & Alexr McClintock the towns and lands of Aghenis
[Eccles was his son-in-law, (husband of Mary Lowry); presumably this was in trust.]
Robt Lowry, eldest son
Galbraith Lowry, 2nd son
James Lowry 3rd son – (father of Hester Lowry)]

From The history of the two Ulster Manors of Finagh & Castle Coole by Lord Belmore - 1880s
Robert's will was dated 1729, and he must have died shortly afterwards (as his son Galbraith says), at home (Aghenis) of a dropsie. He disposed of his property in the following manner:
Extracts from Will of Robert Lowry, dated 1729.
The manor of Sixmilecross having been settled at the marriage of his eldest son Robert with Katherine Dopping, he leaves hirn only a legacy of £20.
He bequeathed in trust to his son-in-law Daniel Eccles, and to Alexander M'Clintock as executors, the town and lands of (Aghenis) Ballyboy, and about eight acres in the townland of Loughmacnab, Elillygivan, Tullyancolgan, Lissaaggan, Kiladery, L^iaoorry, Beagh, Letterfeame, Arvallee, Edenderry, the tuck mill and com mill, Garvaghlees, Aghagallon, Mullagh, Cranny, Drum-grane, Taltymidmoney, Benefarga, Hallaghan, Hillinana, Cor-mackellagher, Lisneadin, Backarrenbeg, Tullyenagh, and Come-brecken, to his second surviving son Galbraith Lowry for his life, with remainder to his heirs male.
Failing them to his third surviving son James Lowry and his heirs male, and failing James to Robert, failing male issue of the three sons to the eldest daughter of Galbraith and her heirs male, failing her to her sisters in succession, and their heirs male. Their husbands to take the surname and arms of Lowry. Failing Galbraith's daughters to James's daughters under like condition. To James Lowry his third son for life, and his heirs male, the manor townlands and ballyboes in Attydisart otherwise Chichester, lying and being in the barony of Dungannon. Failing James to Galbraith and his heirs male; failing him to Robert and his heirs male. To Galbraith, when seized of the aforesaid lands, he gave power to charge them with a jointure not exceeding £200 per annum; and a further power to Galbraith to charge them with a sum not exceeding £2,000 for daughters and younger sons, or daughters if no son.
James also was to have power to charge his lands with £1,000 To his daughter Isabella he bequeathed £100, to be paid at the age of eighteen or day of marriage, and if she married with consent of his executors £1,500. In case of her demise before eighteen and unmarried, or if she married without consent, Galbraith was to take the £1,600. Isabella was to get £50 per annum from testator's death until marriage in lieu of interest. To M'CIintock he left £100, and further to Galbraith the sum of £2,000 due by D. Eccles.
To his sisters Jane and Anne M'CIintock, and brothers-in-law Perry and Moore, the sum of £80 to be divided equally.
If any part of the personalty was remaining after legacies were paid, James was to have £100, and Galbraith to be sole executor and residuary legatee.
In a codicil he revoked the bequest of £1,600 to Isabella, and gave her £1,000; to his sister, Jane M'CIintock, £40; his sister, Catherine Perry, of Mullaghmore, £40; to his sister Anne M'CIintock, £40; to the children of his sister Rebekah Moore, £40; to his daughter Mary Eccles, £40.
The sum of £600 taken from Isabella was to discharge these latter legacies.

Page 45 of Two Manors; copy of Galbraith Lowry’s will dated May 5th 1758
that £1,000 more, part of the £7,000, shall be raised and paid to his brother James Lowry if alive, or if dead to his executors and administrators, for the use of his (James's) younger children;
If his son Armar shall die before attaining the age of twenty-one, so that the estate settled by his father's will shall vest and devolve on his brother James or any of his children, then the said charges of £2,000 to his brother and his children shall cease
He bequeaths to his wife Sarah, and her heirs and assigns for ever, the lands of Laragh and Comecarrow with the mill thereon, Anaseragh, the house and garden in the town of Monaghan, Kilnacloy, and all his real estate in the county Monaghan which were bequeathed to him by her brother Leslie Corry

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Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Lucas Wills

National Archives, Dublin

Thomas Lucas, Monaghan, 1727 Prerog Will Book/F/208b
I leave my soul to God and my body to be interred in Tyhollan Church
Rt Hon Marmaduke Coghill
Robert Maxwell of Falkland &
Beloved wife, Alice as executors
My eldest son, Edward, I leave my right and interest in the estate of Castleshane
My daughter, Elizabeth, £1,000 - conditional on her behaviour
My son William, £1,000
My son, Francis, £500
£500 to my executors to pay my debts with the surplus to my son, Francis
My wife shall enjoy all my goods and chattels over and above her jointure
My clothes to my servants
Witnessed by John Sims & Ben McMahon
Probate granted May 1727

Francis Lucas, 27 Aug, 1744 of City of Dublin - PRONI LPC/1153

To Francis Savage of Ardkeen, Co Down, estate in Monaghan for trusts mentioned
[Real estate in Monaghan, impropriat Tythes of parish of Collomkill, Longford, lands of Billakegh, Avillreagh - see of Clogher, Kingovry from Robert Hamilton, dec'd, townland Aghlish, Co Armagh]
Item: Mary Coghill of Drumcondra, £100 pa
Item: Sister, Jane Ennis £30 paid by 1/4 pa and not subject to husband, Michael Ennis
Item: Lands in trust for Francis Lucas of Grenon
Item: Estate in Monaghan, Tythes of Collomakie, Longford to Philip Savage of Rocksavage during life of said Francis Lucas permitting Francis Lucas to use rents etc
Item: After death of Francis Lucas to 1st, 2nd, 3rd sons lawfully begotten of said Francis Lucas in tail male
Item: In default of such sons to Francis Lucas, 3rd son of Thomas Lucas, dec'd
Above can make leases etc, can give Joynture to wife not exceeding £10 for every £100
Item: To said Francis Lucas, lands of (Thomastown), Co Louth in trust and for use of Mary Coghill and then to Francis Lucas
Item: £200 to Mary Coghill
Item: To Jane Lucas, daughter of Edward Lucas of Castleshane, £1000 due from Rev Dr Joshua Pullaine
Item: To Francis Savage £1000 from Robt (Coupe) and £500 on lands of Coolderry, Monaghan
Interest from then applied towards maintenance & education of Francis Lucas, 3rd son of Thomas until 21 years then £1000 & £500 to said Francis Lucas
Item: Also to Edward Lucas, eldest son of Thomas £650 conveyed to me by Francis Lucas of Grenon & if Edward dies to son or sons of Thomas who are intitled to estate of Castletown
Item: To Francis Savage £50 by Scott
Item: To Philip Savage £30
Item: To children of sister Ennis £50 and acquit her husband of all mortgage debts etc
Item: To minister & church wardens of parish of Monaghan £20 for use of poor
Item: To same of Tehallen £10 for poor
Item: To same of Clontibret & Tullicoret £5 for poor
Item: £10 to servant John Baler
Item: To my cousin Rev William Lucas all sums of money due to me by his father Edward Lucas
[No sign of this person in Burke's pedigree]
Item: To Thomas Lucas's 2 younger daughters £100 at 21 or marriage
Item: £20 to cousin John McKenna
Item: £30 to poor widows & children in my lands in Monaghan whose fathers/husbands were my immediate tenants
Item: Cane with gold head to my brother, Lucas
Item: Watch & £60 to Francis Lucas, Thomas's son for his support
Item: To James Reilly £20
Item: To Mrs Reilly & my sister Savage rings
Item: To Mary Coghill my diamond ring and books
Item: To Elizabeth Savage, dau of Francis Savage £100
Item: To mother of Francis Savage a ring
Item: To Patrick (Gernon) balance due me on his accounts from 1719/20
Item: £5 to John Fitzpatrick of Drumcond
Item: To Miss Hester Cramer my pearl bobs
Chamber furniture in house in Drumcondra should not be removed & servants as do attend me be rewarded
Item: Mrs Lee of (Tallibee) £20
Item: Sums of £100 to Mary Coghill & £30 to Jane Ennis not posponed

Edward Lucas of Castleshane & Francis Lucas of Grenon Executors
27th Aug 1744
Wit: George Johnston, Brew Laughlin & Robert Johnson
Proved 27 may 1746

Mary Lucas, Castleshane Prerogative Grant Book/F/110b
Admin + Will/F/115a
Administration with will & codicil attached of goods etc of Mary Lucas granted to son
Edward Lucas
Francis Lucas, sole executor having predeceased – 1749

PRONI Reference : LPC/1246: 2 May 1759
Will & Probate (Copy) of Francis Lucas, Grenon, Co. Monaghan
Wife, Mary
4 younger children, Thos, Francis, Lucy, Mary
To daughter Nugent £10
Property to younger children as wife and nephew Edward think proper
Wife and Edward Lucas of Castleshane executors

PRONI LPC/1248: 29 March 1777
Will of Thomas Lucas of Shamore, Co Monaghan
Leaving one or more child or children by his wife Alice
[They only married the previous year]
To nephew Matthew Lorinan £1000
Wife Alice sole executor
Wit: Abigal Lucas, Chas Lucas, Matthew Lorinan & Lucy Lorinan ors Lucas, Edward Lucas, Robert Hasseldon

PRONI: LPC/1160
Will of Francis Lucas of Dublin, 1816
Brother, Edward
Sisters, Margaret & Elizabeth
Sons, Davis & Thomas
Daughter, Mary Anne
Mentions his lands of Clontibret
Not satisified with behaviour of his agent, William Patterson, to be replaced by his friend, John Mayne, French St Dublin
Exors: Wife & John Mayne
Wit: Wm Walker, Curate of St Marys, Wm McCarry, Catherine Lucas
Proved 24/04/1816

Charlotte Lucas, 1838, Hollybrook IAR/1838/F/113
Died intestate, 29th June, 1838
Administration 25th August, 1838
Anne Lucas, Hollybrooke, mother
Property £700

Anne Lucas, alias Clements, 1809 Administration T/16794
Letters of Administration for Anne Lucas, als Clements late of Wood Lodge, Co Cavan
who died intestate were granted to Rev Edward Lucas, lawful trustee

Rev Edward Lucas, Rakenny, 15th Sept, 1813 T/16795
Domain lands of Rakenny, Co Cavan, which I hold for the life of Mrs Richardson to
my dear wife, Olivia, and 3 daughters, Kitty, Elizabeth & Anne
My wife Olivia & John Clements of Grosvenor street, London & Edward Lucas of Castleshane
to be guardians of my son, Theophilus
Olivia & Edward to be guardians of the persons and fortunes of said 3 daughters and also
my daughter, Olivia
In an emergency they may consult with my brother, Robert
Olivia & Edward to be my executors
Rakenny, 21st Sept, 1813
Witnesses:
Isaiah Donaghey, servant to Dacre Hamilton
Robert Hamilton, Dublin, attorney at law
Dacre Hamilton, Cornacassa

Robert Lucas, Raconel IWR/1839/F/477
Prerog Grant Book/F/170a
Lt Col Robert Lucas, Raconnell
Legatees:
John Owen Lucas, son
Robert Lucas, son
William Lucas, son
Charles Lucas, son
Inventory, £4,341

Francis Lucas, Grenon, 1797 Admin & will T/3443
Francis Lucas, Castleshane, 1838 Admin T/3497
Francis Lucas, Castleshane, 1839 Prerog Grant Book/F/244b

Mary Anne Lucas

The Will of Mary Ann Lucas late of Acton Lodge in the County of Armagh
Widow deceased who died 19 August 1864 at same place was proved
at Armagh 17th September 1864 by the oath of Robert Quinn Alexander
of Acton House (Poyntzpass) in the said County Esquire one of the Executors
Effects under £200

Names: Rt Hon Edward Lucas, residuary legatee


The Will of Charles Robert Lucas: D2081/1/2 at PRONI
“In the name of God – Amen. I Charles Robert Lucas of Cavan Lodge, in the County of Tyrone; living in perfect mind & memory, & knowing the uncertainty of human Life do think prudent to make this my last will & testament revoking all others, ---- I give, devise, & bequest, to my beloved wife Frances Lucas, all my right to, & interest in the Lands of Shanock, situate & being in the Manor of Shanock, & County Fermanagh for & during the term of her Natural Life without any deduction whatsoever. And after her death I devise & bequeath all my right to, & interest in, the said Lands, to Thomas Lucas only son of my late brother Frank Lucas, on condition of his paying the several sums hereinafter mentioned,
namely, one hundred pounds to be dispersed of as my said wife, by her last will duly attested, shall or may appoint, & in default of such appointment, & after the death of my said wife, to my nephew Daniel Lucas Eccles Dickson son of Colonel Dickson of Hollybrook in the County Fermanagh.
And seventy pounds, to my nephew John Dickson Ecles third son of Daniel Eccles of Scraggah in the County Tyrone. And thirty pounds, to my niece Anna Maria Dickson eldest daughter of the Revd James Dickson of Lavey in the County Cavan, & it is my wish that if either my said nephew John Dickson Eckles, or my niece Anna Maria Dickson shall died before my said wife, that then my said wife shall have the power of disposing by her said will, as she may think proper of the legcy or legacies of him, or her dying, as aforesaid.
“And Twenty five pounds, to Fanny Clarkson wife of Henry Clarkson of Crumahy, And Twenty five pounds, to Mary Anne West wife of Robert West of the Mullens, And Twenty five pounds, to Alice Gordon wife of Robert Gordon, And Twenty five pounds to Charlotte Lucas who went to America, provided that if the said Charlotte Lucas be dead, that the sum of Twenty five pounds hereby bequeathed to her, shall be disposed of as my said wife shall by her said will direct.
“I also give & bequeath to my dearly beloved wife, all my stock, farming materials moneyestate & every other possession or property, I may be entitled to, at my death yo be disposed of as she may think proper.
“And as to the rest & residue of my property of what nature or kind soever, I hereby bequeath the same to my said wife, whom I hereby appoint my residuary legatee.
“I hereby commit & appoint my said wife sole executrix to this my last will & testament.
“The witness whereof I the said Charles Robert Lucas have herewith set my hand & seal this 2nd day of July 1845 five.
“Signed sealed & declared by the Testator as & for his last will & Testament in presence of us present at the same time
“Charles R. Lucas
Witnesses; W Dickson, Anna R Eccles, Alexr Dickson
Dated 2nd July, 1845

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

MacAleese Wills

Probate of the Will of Daniel MacAleese otherwise M'Aleese late of Monaghan County Monaghan Newspaper Proprietor and M.P. who died 1 December 1900 granted 1 August 1903 at Armagh to Bernard Kieran Spirit Merchant John Trainor General Merchant and Denis C.Rushe Secretary Monaghan County Council; Effects £445
Names:
Children, Patrick, Kevin, Mary, Cherry

McWilliam Wills

Prerogative Will: James McWilliams of Carranteal on Co Tyrone. Will 25th October 1786, proved 1st Jan 1787
Married Mary, had six sons, Charles, George, Thomas, James, William, Richard, and one daughter Sarah, who married John Neely, 1772

Will of John McWilliams, Carnteel, Farmer, d 10th June, 1839 (? Source, National Archives)
Exec Mary McWilliams, widow
Testator states that his unmarried daughters as they respectively marry are to be paid the same fortune as those already married.
If son Robert should wish to return to Ireland the execs “are to purchase a good farm for him” or £200 should he prefer remaining in America
Inventory £575
Residue to wife and at death to his daughters

EDOL/2028 - Testator Mary McWilliams, Glencull, Co Tyrone, 1845
Exec Geo McWilliams
Court Ref: Cant 3/558

Will of Rev James McWilliam of Ardmore, Co Fermanagh who died 20th April, 1860, probate granted 1st October, 1860. Effects under £450. Registry, Armagh

Names: Daughter, Eliza Weir & her husband, Joseph H Weir
Son, William
Niece, Margaret Brown

Executors Rev James McMichael of Fivemiletown
John Bredlow of Brookboro

Will of Joseph Henry Weir, senior of Glenara Cottage, Castleroe, Country Londonderry, Land Agent, who died 3 April, 1887, probate granted 2nd June, 1887.
Effects £767. Registry, Londonderry.
Eliza Weir, widow of Camus House, Londonderry, the sole Executrix

Names: Wife, Eliza
Son, Joseph Henry Weir, Jnr
Son, Walter Johnston Weir
Son, Marshall Moore Weir
Daughter, Jane Isabella Weir, otherwise Frampton

The Will of the Reverend Thomas M'Williams late of Creggan Manse
in the County of Armagh Presbyterian Minister deceased
who died 15 June 1863 at same place was proved at Armagh
by the oath of Anna M'Williams of Creggan Manse (Newtownhamilton)
aforesaid Widow the sole Executrix 21st August 1863

Effects under £450

Names: Anna McWilliams, widow

Witnesses: Joseph Donaldson of Cloghog
John Robinson

McCulla Wills

Will of Robert McCulla, City & County of Armagh, Merchant (Full copy in Armagh Museum)
Made 20/05/1854. Died 1857
Brother, William McCulla, Newry
Sister-in-Law, Sarah
Nephews & Nieces: Anna Maria, Robert Wallace, Sarah, William, Catherine Jane, Henry John, Frederick and Eliza
Gold watch & chain to niece Anna Maria for her care to me.
Apprentices; Phillips West Walker & George McClelland £5 each
Porter; William Fitzgerald £5
Servant: Anne Small £10
Assistant John McClelland to be paid £35 rather than £20 since the time he came to me
Balance of fund realised by the sale of my property to be shared between the 8 children of my brother, William, share & share alike.
William McCulla of Newry, Robert Temple of City & County of Armagh & John Ritchie, jun, Belfast as Executors.
Witnesses: William Boyd & William Joseph Jenkinson, Armagh, Solicitor

Montgomery Wills

Pre Will made 8 Feb 1783, proved 13 Mar 1783 (Crossle Extracts)
John Montgomery, Lisdrumgullion, Co Armagh, Merchant
1st son Isaac, sons Roger & John
Daughters Anne, Jane, Mary, Martha, Rebecca
Wife Margaret
Money due under will of the late Sir Trevor Corry
Bill drawn on Isaac Corry, Esq
Executors & Guardians of minor children : Edward & Isaac Corry
Very ling list of house property etc in Newry
Witnesses Wm Young, Paul Carpenter, Hu McDowell
Probate to Isaac saving the rights of Edward
Lisdrumgullion 300a in Newry parish in Orior barony Co Arm

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous


Morell Wills

Thrift Wills:


James Murell, Ballyquin 1787


Murrell, Robert, Ballyquin
7th Jan 1778 - precis 1/2p - 17th July 1794
To his son Samuel 1/2 his lands of Ballyquin; to his son John the other 1/2
John Murrell (seal)

*** Thrift is clearly in error wrt Lauce!!

479:411:307739 - 7th Jan 1778
Robert Murrell, late of Ballyquin - WILL
To son Samuel Murrell ½ lands in Ballyquin
To son John Murrell other ½
Wit James Irvine of Deerpark, John Ervine of Carrick & Hugh McClelland, late of Carrick
Memorial executed by John Murrell Junr Reg 8th May 1794
Witn John Ervine & John Delap of Carrick

Murell, John (jnr) Balteagh 1802
Murell, Samuel, Ballyquin 1793

*** I assume from the registration dates that Samuel died 1793; possibly John jnr died 1802

BALTEAGH WILL, 1817 (D/1550/160/3/3)
Prerogative Court: copy attested will, 1817 (H. Lane)
Henry Murrell of Terrydremont in the county of Londonderry,

I do leave and devise my freehold in Terrydremont to my sister Mary Murrell and her lawful issue for ever and failing such issue I leave and devise to the same after decease to my nephew Henry Murrell and his heirs.
I leave and bequeath my freehold in Drumsurn to my nephew Henry Horner and William Hezlett of Drumnicy and their heirs share and share alike.
To my nephew John Murrell my property in the town of Maine
To my brother John Murrell £400 sterling
To my nephew Henry Horner £400 sterling
To my brother-in-law William Hezlett £400 sterling
All rest and residue of my estate, I leave and bequeath to my said sister Mary requesting that she will take my said nephew Henry to live with her and keep her to manage her affairs and that she will provide for him at her death as she may think deserving.
Sealed 8 day August 1817, Henry Murrell
In presence of David Cather, Sam Martin, and Robert Murrell

Mary Morell, d 1st Aug 1834 is buried at Christ Church, Limavady (with another Mary, presumably her aunt}
Her executor was Rev James Horner of Lr Dorset st, Dublin - ie minister Mary's Abbey.
Names:
Maria Shannon, Niece {sister of Rev Henry Haslett}
Rev H Haslett
Isabella Haslett
Jane Lyons
Maria Horner
Rev James Horner
Mary M Haslett, Niece
Primary Legatees, Ally & Eliza Morell were left £200 in Government stock bonds - they were sisters of James Morell.
{Alice Morell had a sister Maria who married James Shannon of Derrybeg and a brother the Rev Henry Haslett, Presbyterian minister of Castlereagh.}

Morell, James, 1831 IWR/1831/F/55, from National Archives, Dublin

James Morell of Fairview, d., 30th August, 1831; will date, 2nd Feb, 1831
Executor, Letitia Morell (widow)

1 £200 to complete education etc of Charles Morell
2 House and Garden of Fairview, farm & land in Townland of Lisgonian, the Corn Mill, kiln, Flax Mill, House and land situated in the Townland of Cordivlis to executor to let or sell same whichever they may deem most advantageous and the proceeds if sold for the benefit of James, Fanny Anne, Eliza & Isabella Maria Morell. At 21 or marriage with John for maintenance.
3 £500 – Contribution to the widows fund to my wife during her widowhood. On her death or remarriage to go to her children.

Inventory; House & Goods - £120.18.10; in public ? - £1,000; Stock - £191.10.4; other property - £60

D1118/14/M/74 - 1845
John MURRELL of Ballyquin, esq., letters of administration

Will of Rev John Harris Morell of Cumry Lodge, Ballybay, who died 4th August, 1888; proved at Armagh by Rev James Morell 1st October, 1888; effects £3,453 10s 10d

Names: Son, Rev James Morell [inherits lands of Cumry]
Son, Dr Lowry Dickson Morell [inherits interest in Manor of Shannock]
Son, John Harris Morell [inherits lands in Drumumery, Co Monaghan]
Daughter, Fanny Morell
Daughter, Marion Florence Morell
Daughter, Eva Morell
Daughter, Hessie Maria {£1,000 settled on her marriage}
Grandchild, Harriett Bessie Morell
Grandchild, Russell McWilliam
Grandchild, Anna McWilliam
Grandchild, William McWilliam

Executors; Son, James Morell
Daughter, Fanny
Witnesses William McWilliam, solicitor, Monaghan [son-in-law] & Robert Evans

Letters of Administration of the personal estate of Lowry Dickson Morell late of Cumry Lodge Ballibay County Monaghan M.D. who died 11 February 1889 at Abergavenny England were granted at Armagh 21st March 1889 to Marion Florence Morell of Monaghan County Monaghan Spinster a Sister. Effects £207 15s

Will of Fanny Morell of Cumry Lodge, Ballybay who died 9th April, 1889; was proved 11th May 1889 by William M'William Solicitor and Marion Florence Morell Spinster both of Monaghan in said County the Executors.; effects £1,486 19s; registry, Armagh

Names:
Brother, James Morell
Dr Patrick Hay of Moorfields, Co Antrim for his kindness to me
Sister, Marion Florence Morell
Sister, Eva Morell
Niece, Harriett B Morell
Niece, Anna McWilliam
Niece, Nina McWilliam
Executors William McWilliam
Marion Florence Morell

The will of Rev Charles Lucas Morell, DD, of Dungannon who died 20 January, 1896 was proved, 13th March, 1896 by James & Robert Brown of Donaghmore at Armagh; effects, £7,039 4s 10d

Names:
Wife, Annie
Daughter, Fanny Jackson
Son, Charles Lucas Morell
Son, James Harris Morell
Son, Henry Brown Morell
Son, David Ernest Morell

Executors: Wife Annie & James and his son Robert Brown of Donaghmore

Will of Annie Morell Probate granted at Armagh 27th October 1919

Names: Son, Henry B Morell
Son, Charles Morell
Son, James H Morell
Granddaughter, Annie Constance Curtis
Executors: Robert Brown of Aghareany
Henry B Morell

Probate of the will of Rev James Morell of Cumry Lodge, Ballybay, Co Monaghan who died 17th December, 1914 granted at Armagh to William McWilliam, Clerk of the Crown and Peace on 27th April; effects £993 0s 10d

*** Details from personal copy of will
Names: Daughter, Harrie
Witnesses: Herbert McWilliam & Jane Moorhead
Executor: William McWilliam

The will of Henry Brown Morell of Ard-na-cree Wicklow IFS retired county inspector RIC who died 21st March 1934; Probate granted to Russell McWilliam, solicitor at Belfast on 3rd May 1934 Effects £917 18s 9d

John Harris Morell


Morell John Harris of Norcroft Ballyholme Bangor county Down retired bank official died 17 December 1935 Probate Belfast 5 March 1936 to the Northern Bank Limited. Effects £207 14s. 7d.
Eva Morell
Morell Eva of 29 Godfrey Avenue Bangor county Down spinster died 7 September 1941 Probate Belfast 11 December to Russell McWilliam and William James McWilliam solicitors. Effects £1306 13s. 4d.

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Park Wills

Park, Anne, 1848 Administration T/9128

On the 3rd Jany. 1848 Anna McWilliams was granted Letters of Administration as the natural and lawful Granddaughter and one of the next of kin of Mrs Ann Park, widow, who died intestate.

Miscellaneous Wills

74:98:50179 26/01/1732 Reg 19/10/1732
Will of
Abraham Dawson, Tamnamore, Killaman, Tyr, Gent, Dec'd
Dyan (L & R 9/10/09/1712) 32a
Derearamoyle, Galloon, Mon
Perfected by Samuel Osburn
Dyan to son Lancelot
Rent £1.10.9 paid anually to
Sarah Dawson, als Hasleton, Testator's wife
Derranamoyle to son Ralph £2.10 to s'd wife
Kehannan, Tyr purchased from
Thomas Clarke of Ardress
to son John Dawson; 40s pa to his mother
Bequeathed £200 to his dau, Elizabeth & £30 to his son, William
Wife and children to come to no partition of goods & chattles but to dwell together for one year
Ralph & John, Exors
DW Edward Dawson, jun, Tamnamore, Tyr
DW Samuel Dawson, Tamnamore, Tyr
DWMW Andrew Carmichael, Dungannon

125:79:84272 23/05/1746 Reg 13/10/1746
Will
James Moore, late of Mollaghmore, Aghalow, Co Tyrone
To Sarah Moore, his wife
House, lands & tenements in Molloghmore for her use
Also mentioned his daughters Sarah Moore & Mary Horner
Jas Moore of Tullybuck, Armagh, Executor
Richard Bryson, Par Clounish, Co Monaghan, Executor
DW Robert Hussie, Mollaghhore (?Mullaghnahorne), Farmer
DW William Henderson, Mollaghhore (?Mullaghnahorne), Farmer
DWMW Arthur McGinnis, Deady, Tyr, English Schoolmaster
MW John Erwin, Glasslough, Co Mon, Apothecary

PRONI D3465/C/24
Description : Marriage and family settlements, wills and other deeds, none of them relating to the Madden estate, but reflecting the role of Colonel Samuel Madden as trustee and executor for the late Charles Steuart of Bailieborough, Co. Cavan (d.1792), including a copy of Steuart's will, dated 1788 and proved 1793. [18 items]
Will of Chas Stewart, Bailieborough
dated 23rd Dec 1785, proved 9 Mar 1793
Executors: Samuel Madden, Hilton, Co Monaghan & Patrick Smyth, Bailieborough
Father William Stewart Esq
Thomas Charles Steuart Corry, nephew
Beloved wife, Jane Stewart

PRONI: D889/2/158: 25 April 1876
Will of James Mollan Ross of Liscarney
(James Mollan Ross died Aug, 1893)
Item; Jane Buchanan, 2nd wife; everything for her own life
Item; one son, James Buchanan Ross, wild and unsatisfactory young man – I have expended a large sum of money on him and gave him a respectable and lucrative profession of attorney with the prospect of temporal success but he vexes me and the family by his unaccountable and vicious habits and is therefore not deserving a division of my property as I would have wished
Item; he gets Liscarney, 40 acres but wife can give to daughters
Item son tenement in Church Sq
Item Wife part of Aughnaseda from Montgomery family; can go to 4 daughters, one by 1st wife
Wit; Humphry Thompson Breakey & Joseph Mitchell

PRONI: D1118/8/36
Will of Thomas Horner
Wife & Molly
Three sons, Jacob, John Lyle & Charles
Daus Elinor & Nancy Horner ors Jackson
James Douglass, gent, Andy Jackson, John Jackson & my son – Horner as Execs


Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Marriage Settlements

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

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Dickson

(see Dickson of Woodville, Ballyshaonnon & Lavey)

89:330:63458 11 May 1727 - Registered 4 May 1738
Marriage settlement
Henry Dickson, Londonderry, gent 1st
Alexr Knox, Rector Tulyaughnish, Co Donegal, 2nd
John Parmiter of Mullynard Co Doneg gent & Eliz Smyth of Raphoe, widow 3rd
marriage between Henry D & Jane Smyth, dau of James Smyth, merchant, dec'd
1 to 3 16, 17, 18 Queen St als Bps st L'd, 18acres in Ballynasilloge & 110 perches in island of Derry to provide £30 pa for Jane Smyth.
Deed wit: Alexr Knox, George Knox & Frans Knox all of Raphoe, gents
Memorial wit: Frans Knox & Andw Makilwaine, Dublin

104:483:74009 31st January, 1740 - Reg 21 May 1742
Marriage Settlement
John Dickson, of Ballyshannon, Donegal, 1st part
Daniel Eccles of Castletown, Tyrone & Frances Eccles Eldest dau, 2nd part
Robert Lowry of Melbury & Anthony Coane, Strabane, 3rd part
John Dickson gives 3rd parties lands, tenements and hereditaments of
Gortesill orse Gortnessillagh
Rosclogher orse Roscitogher
Ballymore
Upper & lower Gortenda orse Gortindaragh
& cornmill upon the lands of Rosclogher
Tully orse Thully
Garbally orse Garnhally
Cloonebeag orse Cloonty
All situated & lying in the barony of Rossclogher, Co Leitrim
& land known as Cooltally Mountain
& tenements known as the Ball Place & the garden therein belonging to the town of Ballyshannon
& 1 field or park of land called Castle Parke situate on the east side of said tenement
& Park called Delaps Park
& Park called Garve Park all situate in Ballyshannon
& 1/3 part share in mills of Fishery of Sligo in the town of Sligo
In the presence of Galbraith Lowry of Aghenis
Witnesses Robt Eccles, Castletown & George ----, Omagh
Memorial Wit: Robt Eccles & James Forster, Clk to Walter Read, City of Dublin
Surprisingly there is no mention of a marriage portion in the memorial.

150:39:100031 22/02/1745 Reg 6/09/1751
Indenture of 4 Parts (Marriage Settlement)
Rev James Lowry, Tullyhogg, Tyr 1P
Hester Richardson,2P one of daus of
John Richardson, late of Legacorry ors Richhill, Arm, dec'd
Anne Richardson, widow of JR 3P
William Richardson, eldest son of JR 3P
Hartley Hutchinson, City of Dublin, Esq 3P
Robert Lowry, Melbury, Tyr Esq 4P
Randall Donnaldson, Castle Dillon, Arm 4P
Recites:
1P seized of an estate for life with remainer to 1st & every other son in Tail
of Manor & towns of Attey Disart ors Chichester, Barony of Dungannon
with power to charge said premises with annuity for life for any woman he marries for jointure not exceeding £100 p.a. + £1,000 for portion for daughers
Recites:
John Richardson by last will devises Manor of Legacorry & Mullalelish to wife (£300 p.a.)
+ lands of Littlebooless & Moore Church in Barony of Duleck, Co Meath to esecutors for among others
to pay to said daughter Hester £2,500 as marriage portion + £125 p.a.
Recites:
Marriage intented between 1P & 2P
JL gets £1,000 of £2,500; Rest vested in trustees for use of JL & afterwards to Hester in addition to her jointure
then £1,500 to augment portions for daughters & younger sons
JL £100 p.a. to Hester
HR to 4P her £2,500
DW William Jones, Richhill, Arm, Surveyor of Excise
DWMW Michael Reynolds, servant to Michael (?James) Lowry, Tullyhog
DW John Donnaldson, Castle Dillon, Servant to Randal Donnaldson
DW Arthur Sheppard, City of Dublin, Publick Notary
DW David Sayers, City of Dublin, Servant to Arthur Sheppard
DW Rev Edward Shand, Curate of Calledon, Tyr
MW Alexander Ballentine, Richhill, Arm

358:156:239383 - 5 Apr 1779 - Registered 19 Jan, 1784
Marriage Settlement
Henry Dickson of Ballyshannon, gent 1st party &
Gerard Brandon of Kesh, Ferm & Mary Brandon, his only dau & herir, 2nd party
Edwd Barton of Springfield, Co Tyrone & Edwd Jones of Ballynacarrick, Donegal 3rd Parties
2 to 3 lands in Kesh, Little Doorah & Letterkeen called Gerard Brandon's holding
1 to 3 2 houses & Park in Coolcally and also the park or field in the Knather granted by Wm Conolly to Henry Dickson, grandfather to Henry D (1734)
Wit: Francs Brandon of Drumehunny, Fermanagh, farmer & John McIntire junr, Ballyshannon, merchant
Mem Wit: Francs Brandon & Robt Acheson, City of Dublin

553;383;369431 20th June, 1803 Reg 28/06/1803
Deed of settlement
Thomas Dickson of Woodville, Co Leitrim, 1st part
John Dickson, eldest son & heir, by Hester Dickson, orse Lowry, dec’d 2nd part
Charles Eccles, Fintona & Jas Lowry of Pomeroy, 3rd part
Recites
A Deed of Settlement previous to marriage of said Thos Dickson & Hester Lowry, 4th December, 1775 made between
John Dickson and Thos Dickson 1st part &
Rev Jas Lowry, senr of Tullyhog, Tyrone and Hester Lowry, his daughter, 2nd part
Armor Lowry Corry, Aghenis & Richard Tighe of Ballyshannon, 3rd part
Rev Jas Lowry, jnr, Tullyhog & Danl Eccles, 4th part

John & Thomas give lands in Ballyshannon & Rosclogher, Co Leitrim
[Cooltally Mountain
Mesuage or tenement known as Ball place & the garden
1 field or Park called Castle Park
& John Delaps Park & Fall & Garve Park
& 2 Ballyboes of Killan & Lavinlee situate in Ballyshannon
& 27 acres which had been laid out for the Parks situate in the townland of Carrigboy all in Ballyshannon
& town & Lands of Creevy, Mossboy & Clauien, Co Donegal
& Bog dnown as Legnaspartin Bog
& marshy piece in the cashell
& parcels of land of Tully, Garbally, Cloonelly orse Cloonelly in Rossclogher, Co Leitrim
& upper & lower Gortendarragh
& cornmill in Rossclogher
& all lands in parish of Rossinver
& town & lands of Dungarbry
Also all castles, messuages ------ in trust for the 1st and other sons of said marriage]
Deed of Release of which this is a memorial; 1P & 2P to 3P
DW Robert Lyons, City of Dublin, Gent
DWMW Bartholomew Delary, City of Dublin, Clerk

533;229;352265 1803
Marriage Settlement
Carncross Cullen (younger) to Hester Dickson, dau of Thos Dickson
Thos gives £2000; £500 to Carncross after wedding; rest in trust to James Lowry of Pomeroy & Henry Theophilis Clements

Rev James Lowry Dickson/Mary Eccles 1810
A series of deeds assign the rents, issues & profits etc of the Glebe lands of the parishes of Rossinver, Co Leitrim, & Knockbride & Lavey, Co Cavan to his brother, William Dickson of Cavan Lodge and his wife’s nephew, Charles Eccles.
This transaction relates to a marriage portion of £2,000.
NB The living of Rossinver was worth £500 of which £170 was due to the Vicar.
1835 JLD of Duncarbry Lodge, Co Leitrim 8;69;1835 Glebe lands of Moyne
1836 JLD of Knockbride, Co Cavan 13;218;1836 Glebe lands – Drumeague & Drumumch
1840 JLD of Lavey, Co Cavan 21 86 1840

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

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Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park


Donaldson

213:254:140992 - 13th July 1759 Registered 1st Dec 1761
Marriage settlement
Alex Donaldson of Cloghog in behalf of his son Samuel &
Mary Maffet in behalf of her dau. Eliz. Maffet
Alex gives to Samuel 1/4 farm and on his death 1/2 farm
Saml paying to brother John £1/year during the life of Alex.
A Memorial of Articles of Agreement bearing date the thirteenth day of July One Thousand Seven Hundred and Fifty Nine made and concluded between Alexander Donnaldson of Cloghog in the Parish of Creggan and County of Armagh in behalf and in favor of his son Samuel Donnaldson of the one part and Mary Moffet otherwise Park of Freeduff in said Parish and County in behalf of her daughter Elizabeth Moffet of the other part -reciting that whereas a marriage was intended to be solemnized between the said Samuel Donnaldson and the said Elizabeth Moffat, if said marriage should take effect it was thereby Covented and agreed upon by the partys thereto and the said Alexander Donaldson did thereby transfer and make over to his son Samuel immediately the fourth part of his farm in Cloghog as a marriage portion, he the said Samuel paying the ground rent and taxes that should come due on the fourth part and keeping it in his hands and the said Alexander did thereby further engage at his death to give to the said Samuel one half of the said farm he the said Samuel paying yearly to his brother John Donnaldson one pound every year during the said lease if the said Alexander shou'd so order it by his last will and testament but in case the said Alexander's wife shou'd outlive him that then this said Samuel shou'd be entitled only to the third part during her life and the said Mary Moffet did for herself Covenant to give to said Samuel Donnaldson as a marriage portion with her daughter Elizabeth two pounds yearly out of her lease of Dowdallshell during the lives of Samuel and Thomas Moffet and the said Mary did also by the said agreement engage to give to the said Samuel after the expiration of five years out of the said lease the sum of ten pounds yearly for the space of four years which said agreement is witnessed by the Rev Alexander McCombe of the Fews in the County of Armagh and John Coulter of (blank) in ye Co Louth farmer and this Memorial is also witnessed by the said Alexander McCombe and by Robert Murphy of the City of Dublin Gentlemen.
Samuel Donaldson
Signed and sealed in presence of Alexander McCombe and Rob Murphy.

572:425:390254 - 18th Feb, 1783 - Executed 8/1/1806
Marriage articles
Agreement between Andrew (eldest son Richard) of Anamaquiff & Joseph Donaldson of Creggan (2nd dau Elizabeth); marriage intended
Andrew gives lands of Anamaquiff on 1st May next & £10/year from Annagore (?Annalore) (Aghabog) + Annamaquiff fully stocked with cows & (horses)
If Richard die before Elizabeth the children entitled to what belonged to Richard.
Joseph gives Elizabeth £100 as a marriage portion
1783 agreement witnessed by Rev Alex McCombe, late of Altnamachin & Alexander Henry (dec'd), Knockneas (Mon) & Sam'l Donaldson of Cloghog
1806 witnessed by Sam'l & John of Cloghog
NB Joseph Donaldson died in 1805; can I infer that Richard Henry died in 1806 or does the execution relate to the death of Joseph?

509: 321: 332389
Saml. Bradfords Mar. Arts to Henry
A Meml. of a Deed Poll or Marriage Contract or articles bearg. date the thirteenth day of January One thoud. Seven hundd. and Ninety Six made between Sam Bradford of Cavenmore in the Parish Craggan and Co. of Louth farmer and Margt. Henry of Knockreaghs] in the Parish of Donamine and Co. of Monaghan and Daughter of Mary Henry of sd place whereby after recitg that a Marriage was intended to take place between the sd. Saml. Bradford and the sd. Margt. Henry then the sd. Deed in Considn. thereof Witnesses that the sd Saml. Bradford did thereby Settle and make over unto sd. Margt. Henry in case she became his Wife or Widow after his death in Case she survived him the Sum of fifty pounds Sterg per annum and in Case of any livg. Issue by him or Married another Man after his death the sd. Sum of fifty pounds Ster per Annum was thereby to be reduced to the Sum of thirty pounds Sterg. durg. her life to be recovered and Issuing out of the sd. lands of Anevackey with power of distress and late of sd. lands for paymt of the same which sd. Deed was duly Executd. by the sd. Saml. Bradford and Margt. Henry in presence of Jno. Henry of Knockreas Co. of Monaghan David Jackson of in the Co. of Armagh and Jas. Taylor of Ballybay and Co. of Monaghan aforesd. Gent and this Meml. was duly Executd. by the sd. Margt. Bradford and in presence of the sd. Jno. Henry and Jas. Taylor subg. Witnesses thereto respectively Margaret Bradford (Seal). Signed and Sealed beg. first duly Stamped in presence of Jas. Taylor Jno. Henry. Jas. Taylor of Ballybay in the Co. of Monaghan Gent Maketh Oath and Sayth he this Dept saw the above named Saml. Bradford and Mary Henry duly Sign Seal and Execute the Deed whereof the above Writg. is a Meml. and Sayth he also saw the sd. Margt. Henry orwise Bradford duly Sign and Seal the above Meml. and saith the Name Jas. Taylor Subd. as a Witness to the Executn. of sd. Deed and the sd. Meml. is this Depts. name and proper handwritg. Jas Taylor Sworn before me at Castle Blaney in the Co. of Monaghan this 10 day of February 1787 by Virtue of a Commission Out of his Majesty's Court of Exchequer in Ireland for takg. affidts. in sd. Co. and I known the Dept Wm. Hunter[10]
Transcribed by Wendy Jack & Annoted by Sharon Oddie Brown. June 2009
Knockreagh is south of Crossmaglen in Co Monaghan, on the Monaghan/Louth border.


Tithe Applotment Books, 1823
Mary Henry, widow, Knockneas Lower Donaghmoyne Monaghan, 1823, rent £35.15.4 1/2
Charles Henry, Knockneas Donaghmoyne Monaghan, 1823 rent £10.4.0

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

Eccles

118;546;81814 - 25th June, 1745 Reg 26/07/1745
Indented Deed of 4 parts
Marriage Settlement of Charles Eccles and Rebecca Stewart
Daniel Eccles, Fintonagh & Charles, eldest son & heir
Alex McClintock, Drumcar, Co Louth & Redmond Kane, Dublin & Jas Lowry of Cooly, Tyrone, Clerk, 2nd Part
Sarah Stewart, Dublin, relict of Chas Stewart & Stewart Wilder of Lisdornan, Co Meath, Clerk, surviving executors of last will of Charles Stewart & Rebecca Stewart, daughter, 3rd Part
Galbraith Lowry, Aghenis, Thos Montgomery, Dublin, 4th Part

Lease & Release dated 28/29/01/1744
Release 5 parties:
Daniel Eccles & Charles Eccles 1P
Nicholas Archdale, Castle Archdale, Fermanagh, Esq & Edward Cary, City of Dublin 2P
Alexander McClintock & Redmond Kane 3P
said James Lowry, Cooley and said Alexander McClintock 4P
said Robert Lowry 5P
1P to 2P lands in Fintona for several purposes

Recites:
That by consent of Sarah Stewart and Stewart Wilder a marriage was to be had between Charles and Rebecca
Witnesseth in consideration of said marriage and Rebecca’s marriage portion of £4,000 a jointure is secured to her charged on said lands of Fintonagh/Rakeenan/Castleleigh - 10% of £4,000

DW Ambrose Green & George Fletcher City of Dublin
DWMW Edward Donally, servant of said Charles Eccles
DW Robert Eccles, son of Daniel Eccles
DW William Buchanan, Fintonagh, merchant
DW George Booth, wervant to Alex McClintock
DW Robert Crawley servant to Galbraith Lowry
MW William Rowland, City of Dublin, gent
 

Also PRONI – T801/241
Reciting lease and release 28/29th Jan 1744 between
Daniel & Charles, 1st Part
Nicholas Archdall of Castlearchdall & Ed Cary 2nd Part
Alex McClintock & Redmond Cane, 3rd part
Jas Lowry of Cooly & Alex McClintock 4th Part
Robert Lowry, 5th Part
Daniel and Charles did release Manor & lands of Fintonagh [All lands listed]
To Nicholas Archdall & Ed Cary
That by consent of Sarah Stewart and Stewart Wilder a marriage was to be had between Charles and Rebecca
Witnesseth in consideration of said marriage and Rebecca’s marriage portion of £4,000 a jointure is secured to her charged on said lands of 10% of £4,000

D4132/D/7/7 6th Apr 1755
Marriage settlement of Robert Eccles and Ann Boggs
Robert Eccles of Rathmoran, 1st part
Charles Eccles of Fintona & John McClintock of Trintough, Co Donegal, 2nd part
Ann Boggs of City of London, 3rd part
Reciting deed of 1723
Rathmoran to Robt Lowry, jnr, Edwd Archdall & Alex McClintock
Rathmoran confirmed by will of Daniel in 1847
£100 pa to Mary Eccles (Lowry) confirmed
In the event of Robert’s death the marriage portion of Ann Boggs of £1,200 to provide further security to Mary.

204:122:134658 7 May 1759 Reg 7/02/1760
Agreement
Marriage Settlement
William Ley & Elizabeth Graydon (Eccles)
William Ley Cootehill, with land at Correvan, Agheragh & Drummany Glen, in Monaghan, 1st part
Eliz Graydon, widow, of Fintona, co Tyrone, nee Eccles, daughter of Charles Eccles of Ecclesville, Tyrone 2nd Part
Rev Michael Ley, Cootehill, Rev Wm Cosley, Bailliboro, Co Cavan, Charles Eccles & John Bradshaw, 3rd Part
re marriage of 1 & 2
Elizabeth is intitled to £3,000 by family settlements & wills upon Shannock & a distribution of £6,000 upon Rathmoran, both in Co Fermanagh, in possession of Robert Eccles
All of which go to trustees upon payment of £825 for uses & trusts in said agreement
DW Neadon Wildridge, Cootehill, Co Cavan, Gent
DWMW Robert Johnston, Hollymount, Co Fermanagh, Gent
MW William Ley of Leysboro

316;392;213477 3rd Feb 1773 Reg 14 Oct 1777
Marriage Settlement of Daniel Eccles and Anna Dickson
Daniel Eccles, Ecclesville, 1st part
John Dickson, Ballyshannon & Anna Dickson, only dau 2nd part
Armar Lowry Corry, Aghenis & Thomas Dickson, Ballyshannon 3rd part
Charles Stewart, Bailieboro Castle & William Tighe, Ballyshannon 4th Part
£4,000 to Daniel Eccles who gives to AL Corry & Th Dickson Fintonagh, Rakerran & Castleleigh except ------ {Long deed} to provide Anna with £500 pa jointure in liew of dower & £5,000 for the portions of younger sons and daughters decided by deed or will by Daniel
DW John Johnston, Ballyshannon, Yeoman
DWMW John Eccles, Lisburn, Co Antrim, Merchant

341:22:227375 23/24 May 1780, Reg 16th May, 1781
Marriage Settlement
L & R: L 1, 2, 3 R 1,2
John Reynolds, sen, & Hewetson Reynolds, his son both of Coolbeg 1st Pt
Anna Coyne, Widow, & Mary Anne Smyth, Ballyshannon, 2nd part
Daniel Eccles, Ecclesville & John Campbell, B'sh, 3rd part
John & Hewetson to Daniel & John in considern of a marriage already solemnized between Hewetson & Mary Anne, & in further considern of £1,200 paid by Anna Coyne as marriage portion of s'd Mary Anne Smyth
John to Daniel & John real estate called Dromore in Raphoe in possession of said John & John McElheny & Keeran als Coolbeg for use of MA Smith & further subject to £50 pa to Mgt Reynolds, wife of John; £150 to Mary Anne as jointure + £2,000 to children
(Margaret Smyth/Eccles, the mother of Mary Anne Smyth, and Anna Coyne/Eccles were sisters)
DW Revd John Harris, Letterkenny, Clerk & John Mulligan, Ballyshannon
DWMW John Reynolds, younger, Coolbeg

 

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park


Lucas

30:127:16795: 8th July 1720 Reg 7 Oct 1720
Marriage settlement
Edward Lucas, Thomas Lucas, eldest son & heir at law of Edward & the Rt Hon Alice Blayney, als Lucas, wife of Thomas & sister of Cadwallader, Ld Blayney, 1st part
Ld Blayney & Robt Maxwell of Falkland, Co Mon, 2nd part
Edd Dixie, Drogheda & Rev Thomas Smith, Dublin, 3rd part
Wm Smith, Dromore, Westmeath, 4th part
Rt Hon Jas Caulfield & Marmaduke Coghill, DL, 5th part
Marriage already solemnised
£500 to Edward & Thomas by Cadwallader as marriage portion
give Manor of Sheane, als Castlesheane etc etc etc for other considerations in said deed mentioned
Note this deed gives a list of the Lucas holdings including the advowson or right of preferment to the parish of Dramclone als Dromclen als Dromgoone (Drumgoon) in the Diocese of Kilmore.
Sheane als Castlesheane, Edinbrone, Amamorigan, Aghterfeigan, Tirevreiss, Lisminen, Solgeres, Cordowlybane, Cordoivlisduffe, Lennigore, Aghneglogh, Cormurphy, Lisrahegny, Cornyllin, Corskelly, Aghavrick, Aghlevenly, ThreeTates, Belghgreny, Twotates, Dromgelal, Grenan, Tollicormusky, foans, Duskea, Pollanes, Crossay, Mollan, Clemahorne, Tonagh, Lemgar, Cornehove, Drougallan, Lisnegreve, Dundronan, part of Aghneskew, Cashill, Avil, Corlagan, Annakess, Mulligary, Ainubagh, Lackall, Dormgore als Droingore, Corlea, Corlatt, Clerdrim, Shadrinlea Aghill, Fourtates, Deringbegg, Coronemucklogh, Toome, Crinkill, Duarlatt, Culmanen, Threetates, Gausker, Tonishallan, Clunnore, Cordonlis, Drorugneslin, Corclagan, Corclea, Deolin, Meynatt, Cree als Creve, Fourtates down, Cornebrandy, Letters, Two tates Ardclon, ----- ----, Lismagunshin, Evagh, Carricknure, Clarderry, Cornemucklagh & latnakelly in Co Monaghan

DW Rev Stafford Warren, Curate of St Mary's Dublin
DW George Alexander, Castleblayney, yeoman
DWMW Rev Thomas Skelton, Curate of Carrickmacross

337:509:228015 - 31 Mar 1781 Reg 1/06/1781
Marriage Settlement
Francis Lucas, Castleshean 1P
Rev Thos Norman, Lagone, Meath 2P
Florinda Norman, 2nd dau of Thos 2P
Francis Lucas & Florinda Norman to be married. £300 yearly rent charge to Florinda out of lands of Castleshean, in case she should survive him, as provision for younger children
DWMW Chas Lucas, 16th Reg of Infantry & Thos Norman, City of Dublin, Esq

495:370:322948 – 20th May, 1795
Marriage Settlement
Rev Daniel Eccles Lucas of Clogherny, ]Tyrone 1P
Anne Allen of Clones, spinster, eldest daughter of Edmond Allen late of Carrickatern, dec’d 2P 3P
William Morton Harmon, City of Dublin & james Jones, Belturbet, Co Cavan
Recites deed of settlement of Edmond Allen 1/6/1774 & last will of Edmond giving £250 to Anne as one of younger children charged on his 1/4 undivided part of Highgate Manor, Fermanagh
Daniel has 1/7 undivided part of Shannock and agreed with Lord Belmore, 3 life lease on Laragh, Co Tyrone
Marriage of Daniel and Anne to provide for her and her children
1P & 2P to 3P said assets for trusts mentioned in deed
DWWilliam Allen, Leysboro, Co Monaghan & Rev Richard Foster of Newbliss
DWMW Frances Allen of Clones, widow & Elizabeth Allen, Clones, spinster
MW Hugh Falls, Clones

D674/116: 27 July 1811
Charles Lucas, Esq., Capt. in H.M. Regt. of Fermanagh Militia, Quartered in Dublin, 1st Part
Francis Eccles, Spinster, 2nd Part
John Dickson Eccles, Ecclesville, Co. Tyrone and Thos. Lucas, Esq., Killalee, Co. Cork, 3rd Part
Copy Settlement re Marriage Settlement of Miss Francis Eccles.

1840:9:204 9/12/1834 Reg 1/05/1840
Settlement (Marriage Articles)
Thomas Lucas, Poplar Vale, Monaghan Esq 1P
Frances Lucas, Lurgan Cottage, Sligo, Spr 2P
Lt Col Robert Lowry Dickson, Carcreevy, Tyr 3P
Rev Edmund Allen Lucas, Lurgan Cottage, Sligo Clerk 3P
Recites:
Marriage of 1P & 2P
Recites:
2P entitled to £600 in hands of Alexander Mitchell of Carrickmacross
Recites:
1P entitled to £250 in hands of Edward Richardson of Poplar Vale + additional £150
1P & 2P settle £1,000 on 3P for purposes hereinafter mentioned
DW Francis Blaney Lucas, Capt 8th Reg Foot in East India Company presently stationed near Madras
DWMW Henry St George, Dromore, Tyr, Esq
MW Thomas Martin, Omagh, Tyr, Att at law

** [NB Rev Henry Lucas St George, Rector of Dromore parish, is the subject of an article in the Clogher Record.
He was born in Kilkenny. I have no idea where the Lucas came from.]


Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park


Montgomery

Will of John Montgomery of Lisdrumgullion, Merchant
Made 6 Feb 1783 Proved 13 Mar 1783
1st son, Isaac, sons Roger & John
daus Anne, Jane, Mary, Martha & Rebecca
wife Margaret
money due under will of the late Sir Trevor Corry Kt
Bill drawn on Isaac Corry Esq
Exors and Guardians of minor children:
Edward and Isaac Corry
Very long list of house property &c in Newry
Witnesses Wm Young, Dan'l Carpenter & Hu McDowell
Probably Crossle extract, from Armagh Co Museum

Morell

Rev John Harris Morell/Hester Dickson 1852
(Family Copy)
Rev John Harris Morell, 1st part
Miss Hester Elizabeth F W Dickson, 2nd part
Rev James Lowry Dickson, 3rd part
Rev Charles Lucas Morell & Rev Daniel E J Dickson 4th part
HEF Dickson:
£200 from will of Anna Rebecca Eccles, City of Dublin, 22nd Nov 1845
£100 from the will of Frances Lucas, Cavan Lodge, Co Tyrone, 8th Sept 1846
& £400 Marriage portion
Rev John Harris Morell:
By will of Rev James Morell dated 2nd Feb 1830, after the death of his mother he inherits an interest in the lands of Drumummery, Co Monaghan & a portion of the Manor of Shannock in Co Fermanagh & he owns Cumry Lodge, Ballybay.

875.489.581489 5 Oct 1831
Marriage settlement, May 1831, between James Wilson of Meath Park, Derry, merchant, the Rev James Horner of Dublin, DD, Maria Horner, his daughter, & John Wilson of Drumcroon, Co Derry, & Henry Charles Horner of Dublin, merchant.
Marriage to be between James Wilson and Maria: he assigns to said trustees lands of Ballybritten called Mutton Hole, Meath Park (107 acres & 52 acres) in parish of Aghadowey, formerly possessed by John Wilson and now in possession of James Wilson for their use & to provide £100 per annum for Maria if she survives James.
Wit; Ephraim McDonnell, Sydney Blair & Wm Neilson
NB Rev James Horner’s mother was a Murrell of Balteagh

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park


Miscellaneous

Wallace Marriage Settlement
Probably from Land Commission Papers:
Copy of marriage settlement Feb 6, 1817
Robert Dickie Esq to MA Wallace
Robt Dickie jnr of Clonaleenan
John Wallace, city of Dublin, gent, attorney at law & Mary Ane Wallace, eldest daughter
Robt Dickie get £500 marriage portion from John Wallace
Witnessed: John T Dickie & Saml Coulter

PRONI T1878/41
Henry Laurence, Nenagh, Co Tipperary, 1st Part
Thomas & Richard Toler, Co Tipperary, and John Wood, Rossmeath, Co Westmeath, 2nd Part
Marriage Settlement
Knocknagore, Coose, Ballyvarley, Aghnakenny [sic], Kernan, Gregorlough, Kircassock, Lisnafiffy all in Co Down]

124:238:84475 30/09/1735 Reg 15/11/1746
Marriage Settlement
Thomas Waring, Waringstown, Co Down 1P
Rev Thos Waring, jnr,his 3rd son 1P
Jasper Lucas, Richfordson, Co Cork & Hester Lucas, spinster, his daughter 2P
Marriage of Rev Thos Waring & Hester Lucas - £200
John Loghlan, Rossmore, Cork, Esq 3P
Rev George Howse, Moyra, Co Down 3P
Rev Samuel Close, Mullaghting, Co Armagh 4P
William Blacker, Rughass, Co Tyrone 4P
1P to 2P Townlands of Drumhurk, 80 Plantation acres and that part and proportion of Lisnafiffy belonging to Thos Waring, 227 acres for purposes mentioned in said deed
DWMW Richard Southwell, Rector of Shankill, Co Armagh
DWMW Daniel Anderson then Warringstown now Moira, schoolmaster

282:102:181681 14/02/1770 Reg 1501/1776
Articles of Marriage
Mathew Blakely, younger, Legnakelly, Clones 1P
Jane Cooper 1P
Mathew Blakely, elder, Legnakelly, Clones 2P
Joseph Cooper, Genaugh, Parish of Aughalog (Aghabog) 2P
Marriage of 1P, son & dau of 2P
Mathew Blakely, elder assigned 2 parts of Legnakelly + 2 parts of dwelling & office houses
Mathew Blakely, younger paying rent re lease from Lord Deacre
+ other conditions re future support
Joseph Cooper paying £45 to MB, younger
DWMW John Branagan
DWMW James Cooper
DW William Blakely

526:127:343791 19/01/1800
ID of release
Marriage Arts of Robert Browne and Mary Fleming
Browne, Robert, Terlugan, Co Tyrone, Gent 1P
Mary Brown ors Fleming, daughter of James Fleming, his wife
James Fleming Craniskell, Co Tyrone,Gent 2P
McWilliams Richard, Carnteel, Co Tyrone 3P
John Fleming, Craniskell, Co Tyrone 3P
Robert Brown in consideration of marriage & £50 as marriage portion to 3P lands of Terlugan for purposes described
James Brown, sen, dec'd Richard Brown, George Brown, William Armstrong, William Wilson, Mathew Irwin, James Mason, Joseph Brown, Francis Mullan Former Occupiers
DWMW Robert Pettigrew, Cully, Esq
DWMW Charles McWilliams, Carnteel

229:35:149033 7 Dec 1763
Marriage Settlement
Archd Ker & Wm Ker, his son, of Terrydremont, Co Londonderry 1P
Abraham Scott & Jennet Scott, his daughter of Corndale, Co Londonderry 2P
In consideration of marriage between Wm and Jennet & £40 marriage portion
Archd gives 1/2 or moiety of his proportion in Terrydremont on marriage & other 1/2 to William on death of Archibald for children & if Wm dies Jennet shall have ten bushels of shillen, one cow & turbary
DWMW Wm Haslett of NTL, Co Londonderry, innkeeper
DW Nathaniel Oliver of Drumballydoroghy, Co Londonderry
MW Rendal Leathers of Ballykelly, Co Londonderry, Publick Writer

313:176:208000 24/12/1764 Reg 2/05/1776
Deed Poll & Marriage Articles
John Douglas, elder, Main, Balteagh, Co Londonderry 1P
Mary Lynd, Ruskey, Drumachose, Londonderry, mother of Jane 2P
Marriage of John Douglass & Jean Lynd
John, elder to son, full ½ lands of Main for term of lease by Abraham Hillhouse, dec'd
DWMW William Moran Newtownlimavady, Londonderry, Schoolmaster
MW Charles Lynd, Newtownlimavady, Londonderry, Gent

519:426:340839 Nov 1793 Reg 19/08/1799
Marriage Settlement
Daniel Dunlap of Main, Londonderry
Sarah McSparrow of Dungiven, Londonderry
In consideration of marriage portion of £500 DD to pay to said Sarah £20 yearly charged on his freeholds of Main & Shanvie.
DW Henry McIllree
DWMW William Linde (Lynn)
MW Marcus Langford McCausland, Daisy Hill, Londonderry

373:359:248705 31/08/1771 Reg 17/11/1785
Marriage Settlement
James Wallace, Gent & Jane Barnett, his wife, Barrnamangeny, Co Down 1P
John Small, Shanecrahan, Co Armagh, Gent 2P
1P in consideration of marriage between Anne Wallace, daughter of James & John Small to pay to 2P £100 & further £100 in 1780; 2P binds himself to pay £12 p. a. out of lands of Shanecraten & £20 to issue
2P not to sue or take advantage of marriage contract between James Wallace and Jane Barnett, his wife
DW Joseph Reed, Ballygolan, farmer
DWMW Hugh Williamson, Attorney
MW James Wallace, Co Down

Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous

Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / McCulla / Miscellaneous

Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills McWilliam / Wills Morell / Wills Park

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