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Due to the loss of many Irish public records in 1922 additional emphasis is placed on those records that have survived intact. Educational Endowments (Ireland) Act 1885, Amending Schemes, Case for Counsel and copy deeds. [1928 - 1935] Bundle of correspondence, particulars of profit and loss, copy submission to arbitration, valuation of buildings and machinery and award. 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. Deeds 1852-1864 Names of Parties: Dickie, family of; Scott, Francis, Bradford, Samuel & William - 5 deeds. 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.

In 1708 the Irish Parliament passed two Bills, 6 Anne, c.2, and 8 Geo. 15, established the Registry of Deeds, which was important for the stabilisation of land-holding, particularly in the period following the Revolution settlement. One small portion of 41 acres in Tullylish fell to the lot of Captain Sterne’s troop. 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.

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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. 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 Mc Loughlin) lives s’d John Mc Loughlin Mary Mc Loughlin & 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 Mc Gowan 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 Mc Phelim John Gallagher) Owen Gallagher Hugh Phelim John Conell Frans Donlevy Patk Mc Cafferty 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 Mc Cadon 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 ( ? 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 died having previously made a will of which he app'd Bruen Worthington, John Moore and Wm Colvill of Dublin.

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. 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 (? That s'd Chas Campbell in right of s'd mortgage became seized of s'd lands until evicted thereont? 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.

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If you choose poorly, you could suffer years of heartache or wind up abused or divorced.This unique perspective has helped more than 25,000 singles and young adults grow closer in their relationship to God and others.Audiences enjoy Rob because he is authentic, biblically-based, witty, and speaks from actual experience.It provided legal proof of ownership and a record of any conveyance or transfer. Since most soldiers had no desire to become colonists, their officers saw an opportunity for the easy acquisition of large estates. 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.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. 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. They bought up the men’s grants and established themselves as landlords while the soldiers returned to England. 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.

If you choose poorly, you could suffer years of heartache or wind up abused or divorced.This unique perspective has helped more than 25,000 singles and young adults grow closer in their relationship to God and others.Audiences enjoy Rob because he is authentic, biblically-based, witty, and speaks from actual experience.It provided legal proof of ownership and a record of any conveyance or transfer. Since most soldiers had no desire to become colonists, their officers saw an opportunity for the easy acquisition of large estates. 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.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. 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. They bought up the men’s grants and established themselves as landlords while the soldiers returned to England. 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.In my mind, I would have been a fool not to marry her.