Marshall of Annaghroe, Glenkeen, and Glendavagh

  • 1694-04-09 – Joseph Marshall of Annaghroe and Arthur Campbell of Glendavagh were elected churchwardens for the Vestry of the parish church (St. John's) in Caledon. [1]
  • 1695-03-26: Joseph Marshall and Thomas Poo were elected churchwardens for the parish. [1]
  • 1700-04-01: Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting. [1]
  • 1702-04-06: Joseph Marshall of Annaghroe and Thomas Couper of Edenageeragh were elected churchwardens. [1]
  • 1702-12-28: Joseph Marshall, churchwarden. [1]
  • 1702/3-03-02: Six feet of ground next the pulpit and between it and the door were allotted to Joseph Marshall of Annaghroe, churchwarden. [1]
    • Discussion – Allotments were in process of being made to parishioners for building family seats or pews.
  • 1705-04-09: Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting. [1]
  • 1710-06-12: John Marshall of Glendavagh to be overseer of a that portion of a road, to be built from Caledon to Aughnacloy, between Capt. Hamilton's estate and Aughnacloy. Joseph Marshall (domicile not cited) attended the Vestry meeting. [1]
  • 1711-04-02: Churchwardens (including Thomas Marshall), with Joseph Marshall of Annaghroe, and George Ray of Caledon, to report to vestry the cost of building a new school house. [1]
  • 1711-05-10: The Vestry voted £5 to build a Parish school house, Joseph Marshall, Thomas Marshall, and John Sinclair to be overseers. [1]
  • 1712-04-24: Joseph Marshall and James Pettygrue to be overseers for the road from Capt. Hamilton's estate through Ballymagrane townland to Aughnacloy. [1]
  • 1712-06-09: The Vestry paid a debt of £1 10s due to Joseph Marshall.[1]
  • 1713-04-06: Francis Hall, George Linn, James Pettygrue, and Joseph Marshall appointed overseers of the road from Caledon to Aughnacloy.[1]
  • 1713-11-01: Memorial no. 75-494-54093 – an indenture of lease granted by Thomas Whyte of Redhills, county Cavan, to Joseph Marshall, sen., of Annaghroe townland, parish of Aghaloo, re: Glendavagh townland. Joseph Marshall's son, Henry, was one of the lives cited in the lease. [2]
    • Discussion – See also memorial no. 77-383-54091, Marshall to Marshall (1718-02-28), below.
  • 1713-11-01: An indenture of lease granted by Thomas Whyte to Joseph Marshall, sen. of Glenkeen townland, for a term of lives renewable forever. The lives comprising the term of the lease included Mr. Marshall’s son, Joseph Marshall, jun. [60]  
    ☛ This memorial was registered on 5th November 1734, and recited in  al ter deed re: the rental and sales document prepared for the sale of Glenkeen townland by the Encumbered Estates' Court on the 8th July, 1852. [36]  
    ☛ Update (2018-06-13): Joseph Marshall of Glendavagh’s holding of one-fourth part of three acres of turf moss in Mulnahorn townland was cited in Memorial no. 17-335-9032, whereby Thomas Whyte of Redhills, co. Cavan, Esq., demised a lease to William Fleming, sen., of Drummond, parish of Aghalow, in one-quarter of Mulnahorn townland. By the terms of the lease, Mr. Fleming was required to reserve a one-fourth part of three acres IPM of turf moss for Mr. Marshall’s use. [59]
  • 1714-05-29: Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting (possibly as a sidesman). [1]
  • 1715-03-02: Memorial no. 76-289-54095 – an indenture of lease granted by Joseph Marshall of Annaghroe to James McBride of Glenkeen, re: parcels of land in Glenkeen townland. [3]
    ☛ 
    One of the witnesses was Roger Marshall of Bolton's Walls.
  • 1715-04-19: Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting (possibly as a sidesman). [1]
  • 1715-08-10: Memorial no. 76-40-52633 – an indenture of lease granted by Joseph Marshall of Annaghroe to John McChesney of Glendavagh, re: an eighty-acre parcel (Irish plantation measure) in Glendavagh townland known as Mullyhagan, with a clause of renewal. [4]
    ☛ Two of the witnesses were Joseph Marshall of Glenkeen (probably the son of Joseph of Annaghroe—see the entry under 1718-02-21, below) and Roger Marshall of Bolton's Walls, in Killynaul townland.

    • Discussion – See also memorial no. 77-383-54091, McChesney to Marshall (1734-08-28), below.
  • 1717-05-01: Memorial no. 51-110-32978 – a deed of assignment, dated the 22nd March 1725, whereby, for the consideration of £30, Thomas Potter of Carnteel, county Tyrone, conveyed his leasehold in Glendavagh townland to John Reed of Mullerodanin, also in the county of Tyrone. This 1725 memorial recited an earlier deed, dated the 1st May 1717, whereby Joseph Marshall of Annaghroe granted a lease to Thomas Potter of land in Glendavagh, comprising 92 acres Plantation or Irish measure, for a term of lives—including that of Joseph's son, Henry—with a clause of renewal. [58]
  • 1718-02-21: Memorial no. 75-495-54096 – an indenture of lease granted by Joseph Marshall, sen., of Annaghroe, to Robert Stewart of Glenkeen, re: twenty acres (Irish plantation measure) in Glenkeen townland. Joseph Marshall's son, Henry, was one of the lives cited in the lease, and another son, Joseph jun., also of Glenkeen, was one of the witnesses to the deed.[5]
  • 1718-02-28: Memorial no. 77-384-54097 – an indenture of assignment whereby Joseph Marshall, sen. of Annaghroe transferred his leasehold in Glenkeen townland to his son, Joseph Marshall, jun. [6]
    • Discussion - This memorial relates to no. 75-494-54093, Whyte to Marshall (1713-11-01), above.
  • 1719-05-30: Joseph Marshall was a churchwarden for the parish. [1]
  • 1720-05-02: Joseph Marshall continued as a churchwarden.
  • 1721-05-29: Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.
  • 1722-03-26: Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.
  • 1723-04-18: Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.
  • 1723-06-03: Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.
  • 1725-05-17: Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.
  • 1726-04-11: Joseph Marshall, jun. was elected one of eleven overseers. Joseph Marshall (sen. or jun.?) and James Haddock attended the Vestry meeting.
  • 1727-07-03: Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.
  • 1728-04-23: Joseph Marshall of Glenkeen and Adam Moderel of Glendavagh, overseers of roads in Ballymagrane.
  • 1729-04-08 – James Haddock and George Forbes, churchwardens. Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.
  • 1731-04-20: Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.
  • 1730-05-15: Death of Jean, aged 70 years, wife of Joseph Marshall (d.1737). Her body was buried in St John's churchyard, Caledon. [7]
  • 1732: Joseph Marshall and James Haddock attended Vestry.
  • 1733-03-27: Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting.
  • 1733-12-07: Memorial no. 111-212-76261 – an article of marriage between James Mathews of Tynan, county Armagh, Thomas Marshall of Caledon, and Thomas' son, Joseph Marshall, merchant, re: the intended marriage of Joseph with James Mathews' daughter, Mary. By this agreement, James Mathews agreed to settle a marriage portion of £100 upon Joseph. As with most marriage settlements, the deed included clauses of survivorship. [8]
    ☛ One of the witnesses was Joseph Marshall of Glenkeen.
  • 1734-04-16: Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry Meeting.
  • 1734-08-28: Memorial no. 77-383-54091 – an indenture of mortgage granted by Joseph Marshall, jun., of Glenkeen to John McChesney of Glendavagh, and his sons, for the consideration of £80 which Mr. McChesney could redeem by a clause of redemption. [9]
    • Discussion – This memorial relates to no. 76-40-52633, Marshall to McChesney (1715-08-10), above.
  • 1735-10-28: Joseph Marshall—possibly the son in law to John Huggins (d.1741) of Glenarb—was a witness to Memorial no. 82-81-57085.
  • 1736-04-27: Christopher Harrison and Joseph Marshall, churchwardens. Two more men named Joseph Marshall attended the Vestry meeting. [1]
    • Discussion – At this time, the pool of known Joseph Marshalls included: Joseph, sen., of Annaghroe; Joseph, jun. of Glenkeen (or Glendavagh); Joseph of Caledon (son of Thomas); and Joseph of Stragrane (likely the son-in-law of John Huggins of Glenarb).
  • 1736–40: Men named Joseph Marshall attended Vestry but their domiciles were not stated.
  • 1737-07-09: Death of Joseph Marshall, aged 82 years (born c.1655), and whose body was buried in St John's churchyard, Caledon. Husband of Jean (d.1730). A domicile was not stated in the gravestone inscription. [7]
    ☛ The probate of the will of Joseph Marshall of Anaghboe [s/b Annaghroe?] was probated in the Diocese of Armagh in 1737. [37]
  • 1739-08-31: Memorial no. 137-440-93968 – a settlement in anticipation of the marriage of John Huggins, jun. (d.1756) to Lettice Kennedy, wherein Joseph Marshall was cited as son in law to John Huggins, sen. (d.1741).[10]
    • Discussion – This Joseph Marshall may have been of Stragrane.
  • 1745-04-01: Memorial no. 115-540-81540 – a deed of assignment whereby James Neilson—for the consideration of £7 paid to him by Joseph Marshall of the Dyan—endorsed his lease in Clanadowey [Glendavagh] over to Mr. Marshall, with a clause for redemption. [11]
    • Discussion – One of the witnesses was Michael Marshall of Derrykintone, Farmer.
    • The place name, Clanadowey, is a variant of Glendavagh, dating back to 1609 when the Barony maps drawn up for the escheated counties in Ireland. [12]
  • 1745-11-01: Memorial no. 176-196-118535 – a deed of lease granted by John Marshall of Armagh to Joseph Craig, farmer, in Glendavagh townland, comprising ten acres Irish Plantation Measure—for a term of three lives, renewable forever. [13]
    ☛ One of the lives was for that of Henry Marshall, son of Joseph Marshall of Annaghroe.
    ☛ 
    This John Marshall of Armagh may have been the same who had been identified in 1710 as John Marshall of Clandavagh in the Vestry Minutes for the parish church of Caledon [source a, below]. He was also probably the same man who married Vincentia Creichtoun on the 27th October 1743. [source b, below] According to this resource [b]: Vincentia was the third daughter and co-heiress, with her surviving sisters, of John Creichtoun of Aghalane in the county of Fermanagh; Vincentia's brother-in-law was George Bond (d.1747) of Tyra (also spelt Tirragh, Teeraw, Tyragh, &c.), parish of Grange, county Armagh [note c, below]; John Marshall of Armagh died on the 15th September 1755; Vincentia's will was proved in 1763; with no indication whether there was issue of the marriage. The registration of both this memorial (no. 176-195-118535) and that of no. 176-193-118534Marshall to Cochran, on the 3rd October 1755 suggests that Mr. Marshall—who seems to have been formerly of Glendavagh—may have fallen ill and the lessees, therefore, wished to protect their leasehold interests by ensuring the registration of their respective memorials as soon as possible.  Source and notes: [a]  Marshall, John J. Vestry Book of the Parish of Aghalow (Caledon, County Tyrone). Dungannon: The Tyrone Printing Co., Ltd., 1935. [b] Steele, John Haughton. Genealogy of the Earls of Erne. Edinburgh: printed privately by T. and A. Constable, 1910 (pp. 30, 32). [c] Later deeds indicate that some portion of the townland of Tyra devolved onto the Rev. Joseph Marshall (1801–1866) of Parsonstown, county Offaly.
  • 1748-03-06: Memorial no. 147-168-99220 – deeds of lease and release, and marriage settlement, between Joseph Marshall of Glenkeen and Edward Atkinson of Drumcree, county Armagh, and Edward's daughter, Mary. [14] The terms included:
    • Mr. Atkinson paid Mr. Marshall a marriage portion of £300;
    • Mr. Marshall released the town and lands of Glenkeen to Mr. Atkinson in trust; and,
    • Mr. Marshall placed £25 in jointure, payable to Mary Atkinson if she should survive Joseph.
    • One of the witnesses was Henry Marshall of Glenkeen.
    • The deed recited the earlier lease by which Joseph Marshall held Glenkeen from Thomas Whyte, Esq.
  • 1748-05-20: Memorial no. 143-162-96345 – a deed of conveyance whereby, for the consideration of £56 15s, John Lynn of Dunmacmay conveyed to Philip OPhegan (or OHagan, or Hagan) that parcel in Glenkeen townland which had been demised, first, by Joseph Marshall of Annaghroe to James McBride on the 2nd March 1715 (Memorial no. 76-289-54095), and second, by James McBride to John Lynn on the 26th July 1726. [15]
    ☛ Philip OPhegan may have been the father, or related otherwise, of Mary Hagan who married Joseph Marshall of Glenkeen in 1749 (see, below).
  • 1748-07-11: Memorial no. 147-164-99208 – a deed of lease granted by Joseph Marshall of Glenkeen to James Cochran of Glendavagh, for that parcel in Glenkeen which was formerly occupied by James Cudey—and excepting land which Mr. Cudey held near the fourth field adjoining Mr. Marshall's house—with two acres of turf bog. [16]
  • 1749: Marriage of Joseph Marshall of Glenkeen and Mary Hagan. [17]
    ☛ The name of Joseph Marshall's father remains unknown.☛ Mary Hagan may have been the daughter of Philip OPhegan (or OHagan or Hagan): see the entry under date, 1748-05-20, above.☛ This is the couple who emigrated with their several children to America in 1769. Their son, Joseph Marshall, jun. (1755–1847) would settle at Guysborough in Nova Scotia, becoming a justice of the peace, judge, militia officer, politician, and farmer. [18]
  • 1751-11-01: Memorial no. 176-193-118534 – a deed of lease granted by John Marshall of Armagh to James Cochran, farmer, in Glendavagh townland, comprising forty-five acres Irish Plantation Measure—for a term of three lives, renewable forever. [19]
    ☛ One of the lives was for that of Henry Marshall, son of Joseph Marshall of Annaghroe.
    See notes re: John Marshall of Armagh under date, 1745-11-01, above.
  • 1752-08-11: Joseph Marshall of Clonkeen [Glenkeen] to be added to the list of applotters of Church Cess when he returns (parish vestry minutes). [1]
  • 1753-07-30: Memorial no. 185-343-123387 – a deed of lease granted by James McGuffoge of Cumber to Joseph Marshall of Glenkeen, in a nine-acre holding plantation measure, for the term of two lives. [20]
    ☛ Witnesses included Roger Marshall and James Marshall, both of Cumber, and Cornelius Marshall of Caledon.
  • 1754-08-06: Memorial no. 171-131-114058 – a deed executed between Joseph Marshall of Glendavagh and Richard McCrudden of Kiltubbrid, county Monaghan—first reciting deeds of lease and release dated the 9th & 10th May, 1754, whereby Henry, son of Joseph, conveyed to his father the messuage and forty-two acres Plantation measure in Glendavagh. The remainder of the memorial describes a conventional release in which, for the consideration of £80, Joseph Marshall granted this messuage, land, &c., to Mr. McCrudden. The deed contained a clause of redemption for repayment by the 1st May following, i.e., 1755, and Mr. Marshall gave a £160 bond conditioned for that payment. [21]
  • 1755: Birth of Joseph Marshall, jun., son of Joseph Marshall of Glenkeen and Mary Hagan. 
  • 1755-05-3o & -31: Memorial no. 180-10-119002 – a marriage article involving, first, a deed of lease executed by Joseph Marshall the younger of Glenkeen, John Huggins of Glenarb, and Cornelius Marshall of Caledon; and second, a deed of release executed by Joseph Marshall the younger of the first part, John Huggins and Cornelius of the second part, and Joseph Marshall the elder of the Dyan and his daughter, Jane, of the third part—whereby, in anticipation of the marriage of Joseph Marshall the younger and Jane Marshall, the former granted and sold his leasehold in Glenkeen townland to John Huggins and Cornelius Marshall, subject to the proviso that the townland would go to the use, benefit, and behoofe of Joseph. Other clauses in this marriage article included: a provision of an annuity for Jane should her husband predecease her; payment of a £200 marriage portion to Joseph Marshall; and, a direction that the lands of Glenkeen would devolve upon the male or other lawful heirs of the marriage. [22]
  • 1757-04-12: Joseph Marshall of Clankeen [Glenkeen], churchwarden. [1]
  • 1757-10-04: Joseph Marshall, churchwarden. [1]
  • 1757-11-09: Memorial no. 194-390-129982 – a deed of lease granted by Henry Marshall of Mullaghmossagh to Hugh McNilly, in a farm of twenty Irish acres [23] in Glendavagh townland, for a term of twenty-three years. [24]
  • 1757-12-21: Joseph Marshall, churchwarden. [1]
  • 1758-03-28: Joseph Marshall, churchwarden. [1]
  • 1758-04-04: Joseph Marshall, churchwarden. [1]
  • 1759-02-26 & -27: Memorial no. 202-470-134796 – deeds of lease and release executed by Henry Marshall of Mullaghmossagh of the first part, Joseph Marshall of Glenkeen of the second part, Galbraith Lowry of the third part, and Margaret Gledstances of Fardross, parish of Clogher, of the fourth part—whereby for the considerations mentioned in said deeds, Henry and Joseph made over Glendavagh townland to Margaret Gledstances for a term of three lives including that of Henry. [25]
    ☛ This memorial cites the deed executed in 1713, whereby Joseph Marshall, sen., of Annaghroe obtained a leasehold in Glendavagh.
    At least as interesting is the recitation of descendants from Joseph Marshall, sen., viz.—
    1. Joseph Marshall, sen., of Annaghroe (deceased), made a Will
    2. son, Joseph Marshall, jun., of Glenkeen (deceased)
    3. grandson, Joseph Marshall of Glenkeen (and son of Joseph, jun.), was party to the deed executed in 1759, described therein as the eldest son and heir at law
    4. son, Henry Marshall, was one of the lives recited in the 1713 deed—by his father Joseph sen.'s Will, Henry and his heirs inherited Glendavagh but failing such issue, Glendavagh would fall to Henry's brother, Joseph, jun.
    • This recitation suggests that there were no heirs descending from Henry Marshall of Glendavagh, son of Joseph, sen. Yet, there were deeds executed by others—John Marshall of Armagh (d.1755), and Joseph Marshall and Henry Marshall of Glendavagh in 1754—which counter this suggestion. Please refer to the draft Marshall family tree.
    • This leaves the question, how were the first and second parties to the deed executed in 1759—Henry Marshall of Mullaghmossagh and Joseph Marshall of Glenkeen—related? Further, why was Galbraith Lowry included as a third party?
  • 1765-07-06: Memorial no. 301-522-202398 – an indenture executed in anticipation of the intended marriage of Henry Marshall the younger of Mullaghmossagh and Mary, daughter of John Brown of Glenkirkhill, county Monaghan—whereby Henry Marshall the elder demised to his son: that portion of Glendavagh townland which he had let to Henry the younger previously; a meadow in Glendavagh adjoining the land just cited, lately in the possession of Henry the elder, comprising about forty-five acres; and two farms of ground in Glendavagh, demised previously to Hugh and Thomas Cook, comprising forty-five acres Irish plantation measure—for the terms of lives and other covenants specified in the several leases. The Memorial further recites a proportionable amount of rent payable after the death of Henry the elder to Henry the younger, appearing to link this condition to that proportion of Glendavagh which was formerly held by John Scott—which proportion appears to be that which was mortgaged by Henry the elder and thus, Henry the younger would be required to pay £250 with interest and costs to Sarah (or Mary) Gledstanes of Fordross, county Tyrone. [26]
    ☛ The mortgage may have been executed on 26 and 27 February 1759 (Memorial no. 202-470-134796)—wherein Henry Marshall of Mullaghmossagh, in exchange for unspecified considerations, made over the townland of Glendavagh to Margaret Gledstanes of Fardross, parish of Clogher, widow, for a term of three lives, with a clause of renewal. Note is made of the difference in forenames, Sarah and Mary, recited in the present Memorial: the names seem to be used interchangeably. Though the Gledstanes were major landowners in the parish of Clogher, the relationship of Mary, or Sarah, to the original mortgagor, Margaret, is not clear.
  • 1765-10-10 & -11: Memorial no. 239-258-157198 – deeds of lease and release, as and for a mortgage, whereby—for the consideration of £50 paid by William Pringle of Caledon to Henry Marshall of Mullaghmossagh and 5s. paid to Joseph Marshall of Glenkeen—the Messrs. Marshall granted the leasehold in Glendavagh townland subject to a clause of redemption, which mortgage was discharged by Mr. Pringle on the 1st February 1774. [27]
    ☛ John Marshall of Blackwatertown was one of the witnesses to the deed, signing in particular for Joseph Marshall of Glenkeen.
  • 1766: Religious Census of Ireland. [28]
    ☛ The PRONI's database yields names and parish of residence, only. The list shown on the linked page includes [my estimates for townlands] occupied by the various men, based on the analysis of deeds and other early documents to date. This census enumerated Henry Marshall [of Glendavagh], and three Joseph Marshalls. Of the latter, there appear to have been four known Joseph Marshalls in 1766: Joseph the elder of Glenkeen, wheelwright (unless he had died); Joseph of Glenkeen who would emigrate to America in 1769; Joseph of Glendavagh; and Joseph of Caledon, eldest son of Henry of Mullaghmossagh.
  • 1766-12-15: Memorial no. 285-140-185911 – a deed of lease granted by Henry Marshall of Mullaghmossagh to his son, John, for 30 acres Irish plantation measure in Glendavagh with a proportionable part of turf bog in Mulnahorn townland, for a term of three lives with a clause of renewal—John's rental payments to be made towards the ground rent due and payable to the lessor of the grand lease, Francis Whyte of Redhills, county Cavan. [29]
  • 1767-01-21: Memorial no. 252-442-164046 – an indenture of mortgage whereby, for the consideration of £100, John Marshall of Mullaghmossagh conveyed his leasehold interest in Glendavagh townland—which he held by lease forever from Henry Marshall of Mullaghmossagh—to Archibald Hadden of Cravenny in the parish of Carnteel, said indenture containing a clause of redemption upon payment of the borrowed sum with interest. [30]
  • 1768-04-08: Two Henry Marshalls were churchwardens at the vestry meeting in Caledon. [1]
    ☛ As of 1766, when the Religious Census of Ireland was enumerated, there were four Henry Marshalls in the parish of Aghaloo, residing severally in the townlands of Curlagh, Glendavagh, Killynaul, and Mullaghmossagh. It's impossible to say which two of these four attended this particular vestry as churchwardens.
  • 1769: The family of Joseph Marshall of Glenkeen and Mary Hagan emigrated to Georgia. [31]
  • 1769-04-10: Joseph Marshall [probably of Glendavagh or Caledon], Robert Marshall [probably of Killynaul], John Marshall [of either Mullaghmossagh or Blackwatertown], Sam Marshall [of Killynaul], Francis Marshall [domicile not known], James Haddock, and John Huggins [of Glenarb] were churchwardens. [1]
  • 1770-04-17: Joseph Marshall [of either Glenkeen, Glendavagh, or Caledon], Robert Marshall [probably of Killynaul], John Marshall [probably of Mullaghmossagh, but possibly of Blackwatertown], and James Haddock were churchwardens at the Vestry meeting. [1]
  • 1770-05-20: Memorial no. 280-312-181722 – an indenture of lease granted by Henry Marshall of Mullaghmossagh and Henry Marshall of Glendavagh to Hugh McNilly, for twenty acres Irish plantation measure in Glendavagh and two roods' turf in Glenkeen. [32]
  • 1771-02-23: Memorial no. 292-93-189582 – an indenture of lease granted by Joseph Marshall of Caledon to James Haddock of Glenkeen, of twenty acres in Glendavagh townland. The Memorial does not specify a term of years or lives, with or without renewal. [33]
  • 1774: Marriage of Elizabeth Marshall and John Cochran. [17]
    ☛ Of course, the Marriage Licence Bonds do not show either domiciles or fathers' names. This entry is included here because there was a Cochran family in Glenkeen townland with the caveat, however, that it is not known whether either the bride or the bridegroom were of Glenkeen or other townlands in the parish of Aghaloo.
  • 1776: Marriage of Anne Marshall and James Haddock. [17]
    ☛ The same limitations apply to this record as are cited in 1774, above. However, there was a James Haddock of Curlaght who, in 1771, took out a lease in Glendavagh townland from Joseph Marshall of Caledon (who, himself, was of the Mullaghmossagh Marshalls).
  • 1777-01-13: Memorial no. 312-563-210898 – a memorandum executed by Henry Marshall of Mullaghmossagh and James Maxwell of Omagh, who was the legal representative for James Marshall, deceased—in effecting a renewal of the lease of part of the lands of Glendavagh—to insert the names of Joseph (aged about twelve years), the eldest son of Joseph Marshall of Blackwater-town, Merchant, and John (aged about twenty-seven years), son of James Cochran of Glenkeen. The witnesses included Joseph Marshall of Caledon, distiller, and Henry Marshall, jun. of Mullaghmossagh, farmer. [34]
  • 1777-01-31: Memorial no. 397-407-265066 – a renewal of an indented lease for a parcel in Glendavagh townland, comprising twenty acres Irish measure, —for a lease granted on the 1st Oct 1746 by John Marshall of Armagh to Thomas Dunlop—wherein the recited lives had fallen (including that of Henry, son of Joseph Marshall of Annaghroe), and the current deed—executed by John Dunlop, son and heir of Thomas, and James Maxwell,‡ inserted the lives of John, son of James Cochran of Glenkeen, aged about twenty-eight years, and Joseph, eldest son of Joseph Marshall of Blackwatertown, aged about twelve years. [35]
    ‡ The memorial cites James Marshall as the son and heir of John Marshall of Armagh, and it appears that James Maxwell was acting on behalf of James Marshall, lately deceased.
  • 1777-11-01: Lease for "14 years of certain tenements formerly in the possession of Joseph Marshall, John Trotter, William Trotter, James Giles, James Black and Samuel Graham, consideration £17.16.7., Rent £11.9.2. p.a. plus fees, between Rt Hon. Lord Dartrey and John Marshall, Blackwatertown, Co. Armagh, merchant, situated at Blackwatertown, Co. Armagh." [38]
  • 1778-01-10: Memorial no. 331-277-221664 – an indented deed of assignment whereby, for the consideration of £275, Henry Marshall of Mullaghmossagh conveyed to John Simpson of Derrimean, county Tyrone, that part of Glendavagh townland which Joseph Marshall (deceased) had conveyed to John Scott [date not cited]. [39]
  • 1780-10-25: Memorial no. 379-353-253278 – an indented deed of mortgage whereby, for the consideration of £100, Henry Marshall of Glendavagh conveyed 70 acres Irish Plantation Measure to Robert Cummin of Aughnacloy, with a clause of redemption. [40]
  • 1783-10-22: Memorial no. 362-121-242848 – an indenture of lease whereby Joseph Marshall of Mullaghmossagh set 20 acres 2 roods Irish plantation measure in Glendavagh townland to John Wilson for a term of 31 years. [41]
  • 1786-10-01: Memorial no. 382-232-254460 – an indented deed of release whereby, for the consideration of the rents and covenants mentioned in said deed, Henry Marshall of Glendavagh conveyed the leasehold in a plot of ground (containing 15 acres 3 roods 20 perches) in Glendavagh, then in the occupation of Robert Hadden, to Robert Cummin of Aughnacloy—for the lives of John, son of James Cochran of Glenkeen, Joseph, son of Joseph Marshall of Blackwatertown, and Robert Pettigrew of Crilly. [42]
  • 1786-10-24: Memorial no. 370-545-253339 – articles of agreement made whereby, for the consideration of £650, Joseph Marshall of Mullaghmossagh promised to convey all the right and title to that portion of Glendavagh townland, which he had under mortgage to William Pringle, to George Linn of Dunmacmay by the first of January 1787. [43]
  • 1786-12-11: Memorial no. 383-466-254552 – an indented deed of release whereby, for the consideration of £150, Henry Marshall of Glendavagh conveyed 15 acres 1 rood and 10 perches in Glendavagh townland, formerly in the occupation of Robert Hadden, to William Pringle of Caledon. [44]
    ☛ One of the witnesses was Henry Marshall of Curlagh.
  • 1787-01-15: Memorial no. 385-164-254680 – an indented deed of release whereby, for the sum of £360 9s 1/2p. due on foot of a mortgage and also in consideration of £250 10s 11-1/2p, Joseph Marshall of Mullaghmossagh—eldest son and heir at law of Henry Marshall of Mullaghmossagh, deceased—conveyed the lands of Glendavagh to George Linn of Dunmacmay for a term of two lives. [45] ☛ One of the lives was that of Joseph, son of Joseph Marshall of Blackwatertown.
  • 1787-02-07: Memorial no. 385-312-255321 – a deed of rent charge and attornment whereby Henry Marshall of Glendavagh, for the purpose of discharging a debt of £60  with interest and costs thereon, made over [i.e., attorned] the rents for several tenants in Glendavagh townland to William Pringle of Caledon. [46]
  • 1787-10-14: Memorial no. 426-419-278292 – a deed of lease granted by Henry Marshall of Glendavagh to Jarred Irwin of Tully, parish of Aghaloo, of a plot in Glendavagh townland for a term of thirty-one years. [47]
  • 1788-[--]-16: Memorial no. 407-46-266526 – an indented deed of mortgage whereby, for the consideration of £109, Henry Marshall of Glendavagh conveyed those parts of Glendavagh townland then in the possession of himself, John McAirn, John Ma[h?]ogy, and H. Mancely, to Robert Pettigrew of Crilly (parish of Aghaloo), with a clause of redemption. [48]
  • 1790-03-16: Memorial no. 421-239-274357 – an indented deed of release whereby, for the consideration of £69 3s 6p then due and £48 2s 6-1/2 paid in hand, Henry Marshall and John Marshall of Glendavagh made over that part of Glendavagh townland, comprising about seventy acres Irish plantation measure, and occupied by themselves, John Mcavin, John Magohy, and Hugh Mancely—to Robert Pettigrew of Crilly, for a term of lives, and with a clause of redemption. [49]
  • 1790-10-29: Memorial no. 435-394-288512 – an indented deed of release whereby, fo the consideration of £400, Henry Marshall and John Marshall of Glendavagh released that portion of Glendavagh townland, comprising about 40 acres, then in the possession of Hugh Mannerly, John McAvin, and John Magohy, to Robert Pettigrew of Crilly. [50]
  • 1791-11-10: Memorial no. 466-505-298796 – an indented deed of release executed by John Cochran of Enniskillen, of the first part; Elizabeth Cochran née Marshall, wife of John, of the second part; and Thomas Irwin of Caledon and James Haddock of Curlaght in the parish of Aghaloo, of the third part—whereby, after reciting certain articles of marriage that were executed previous to the intermarriage of John Cochran and Elizabeth Marshall, John Cochran released his leasehold in a tenement, dwelling house, offices, yards, and gardens in Aughacloy, together with his leasehold in 45 acres in Glendavagh townland, to Messrs. Irwin and Haddock "upon the several trusts and purposes in said deed specified." [51]
    ☛ Though executed some sixteen years after their marriage in 1775 [17], this deed appears to formalize the usual covenant made in marriage settlements, whereby the intended bridegroom released his real estate into the hands of trustees in order to provide jointure for his intended wife.☛ John Cochran was son-in-law to Cornelius Marshall (d.1785) of Caledon.
  • 1795-09-11: Memorial no. 483-528-316889 – an indented deed of lease executed by Joseph Marshall of Blackwatertown and Harrison Marshall of Derrycreevy (parish of Clonfeacle, county Tyrone), formerly of Curlaght (parish of Aghaloo) re: a sixty-one acre parcel Irish Plantation Measure in Glenkeen townland. [52]
    ☛ The witnesses included Joseph Marshall's brother, Huggins Marshall, then of Stewartstown, and Harrison's brother, Armar Marshall of Aughnacloy.

  • 1795-10-01: Memorial no. 497-7-317095 – an indented deed of lease executed by Joseph Marshall, now of Glenkeen, and Armar Marshall of Aughnacloy, of a parcel in Glenkeen townland, comprising fifty-six acres Irish plantation measure, for a term of three lives (including Henry, son of Henry Marshall of Curlaght) or thirty-one years, whichever was the longest. [53]
  • 1795-11-03: The Freeholders' records included the names of Henry Marshall and John Marshall, both of Glendavagh, in the parish of Aghalow. [54]
    ☛ According to the PRONI's description of these records: "Freeholders' Records list freeholders who were entitled to vote and those who did vote at elections. They are arranged on a county basis and comprise two main types: Registers – details of those who had registered to vote; [and] Poll Books – lists of voters and the candidates for whom they voted." The records compiled between the years 1793–1829 include Protestants and Catholics with 40 shilling freeholds, entitling them to vote.
  • 1796-10-13: Memorial no. 507-8-326847 – a deed poll whereby Armar Marshall of Aughnacloy transferred his leaseholds in Glenkeen and Aughnacloy to Alexander Falls and Harrison Marshall, in order to provide for a jointure for his wife Rebecca Marshall née Montgomery. [55]
  • 1797-06-19: Memorial no. 510-355-331426 – a marriage settlement executed by Joseph Marshall of Glenkeen of the first part, James Haddock of Curlaght (in behalf of his daughter, Mary) of the second part, and Huggins Marshall and John Haddock of Dublin, attorneys, of the third part. The deed included the usual clauses and covenants regarding a marriage portion (£300 in this instance), and provision of jointure for the prospective wife, setting Glenkeen townland as the security. [56]
  • 1798-03-31: Memorial no. 504-514-334688 – an indented deed of release whereby, for the consideration of £400 19s 5d then owing by Henry Marshall and John Marshall of Glendavagh to Robert Pettigrew of Crilly, and for the further sum of £116 paid by the latter to the former, Messrs. Marshall assigned a holding of 17 acres plantation measure in Glendavagh townland to Mr. Pettigrew. [57]
  • ... more calendar entries are pending ...

‡ Not known whether this person, or these persons, lived in or were related to the Marshall family of Glenkeen and Glendavagh.

Footnotes:

1.

Marshall, John J. Vestry Book of the Parish of Aghalow (Caledon, County Tyrone). Dungannon: The Tyrone Printing Co., Ltd., 1935.

2.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 75-494-54093: Whyte to Marshall (dated 1 Nov 1713; reg'rd 5 Sept 1734). Copy per FHL film no. 461340. Transcribed and annotated by Alison Kilpatrick; submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-07-30.

3.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 76-289-54095: Marshall to McBride (dated 2 Mar 1715; reg'rd 5 Sept 1734). Copy per FHL film no. 461340. Transcribed and annotated by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-07-31.

4.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 76-40-52633: Marshal to McChesney (dated 10 Aug 1715; reg'rd 11 Feb 1733). Copy per FHL film no. 461340. Transcribed and annotated by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-07-30.

5.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 75-495-54096: Marshall to Stewart (dated 21 Feb 1718; reg'rd 1734-09-05). Copy per FHL film no. 461340. Transcribed and annotated by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-07-30.

6.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 77-384-54097: Marshall to Marshall (dated 28 Feb 1718; reg'rd 5 Sept 1734). Copy per FHL film no. 461341. Transcribed and annotated by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-07-31.

7.

Wylie, Mona. "St. John's Church, Caledon, Parish of Aghaloo." Dúiche Néill: Journal of the O Neill Country Historical Society. Vol. I, No. 3 (1988).

8.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 111-212-76261: Mathews to Marshall & others; Marshall to Mathews (dated 7 Dec 1733; reg'rd 18 April 1743). Copy per FHL film no. 522824. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-08-06.

9.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 77-383-54091: McChesney et al to Marshall (dated 28 Aug 1734; reg'rd 4 Sept 1734). Copy per FHL film no. 461341. Transcribed and annotated by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-07-31.

10.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. John Huggins, sen., of Glenarb, parish of Aghaloo, co. Tyrone, to John Huggins, jun., and the Rev. John Kennedy of Edenderry, parish of Eglish, co. Armagh, to John Huggins, jun. Memorial no. 137-440-93968 (dated 31 Aug 1739, reg'rd 3 Mar 1749). Extract from copy at the PRONI, Belfast, ref. MIC/311/89 (accessed 2003-11). Transcribed and annotated by Alison Kilpatrick from copy on FHL film no. 461353, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-07-13.

11.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 115-540-81540: Neilson to Marshall (dated 1 April 1745; reg'rd 21 June 1745). Copy per FHL film no. 522827. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-08-07.

12.

James, Sir Henry. The Irish Historical Atlas. Southampton, 1861. Cited by Placenames of Northern Ireland, online at www.placenamesni.org (accessed 2016-09-27).

13.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 176-195-118535: Marshall to Craig (dated 1 Nov 1745; reg'rd 3 Oct 1755). Copy per FHL film no. 461375. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-09-22.

14.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 147-168-99220: Marshall to Atkinson (dated 6 Mar 1748; reg'rd 18 June 1751). Copy per FHL film no. 461355. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-08-17.

15.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 143-162-96345: Lynn to OPhagan [or OHagan, or Hagan] (dated 20 May 1748; reg'rd 22 Oct 1750). Copy per FHL film no. 560267. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-08-17.

16.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 147-164-99208: Marshall to Cochran (dated 11 July 1748; reg'rd 17 June 1751). Copy per FHL film no. 461355. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-08-17.

17.

Church of Ireland. Marriage Licence Bonds, Diocese of Armagh, county Tyrone, 1727-1845. Copy per FHL film no. 100859; extracted by Judy Bingham, California. Confirmed by A. Kilpatrick to Ireland Diocesan and Prerogative Marriage Licence Bonds indexes 1623-1866, online at findmypast.co.uk (accessed by subscription, 2016-02-01).

18.

Halpenny, Francess G. Dictionary of Canadian Biography. Vol. VII. "Marshall, Joseph," by Judith Tulloch. Toronto, Ontario: University of Toronto Press, 1988 (pp. 588-9).

19.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 176-193-118534: Marshall to Cochran (dated 1 Nov 1751; reg'rd 3 Oct 1755). Copy per FHL film no. 461375. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-09-22.

20.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 185-343-123387: McGuffoge to Marshall (dated 30 July 1753; reg'rd 1 Feb 1757). Copy per FHL film no. 461379. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-09-30.

21.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 171-131-114058: Marshall to McCrudden (dated 6 Aug 1754; reg'rd 6 Aug 1754). Copy per FHL film no. 461372. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-09-19.

22.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 180-10-119002: Marshall to Hugins [Huggins] & another (dated 30 & 31 May 1755; reg'rd ?-?-1755). Copy per FHL film no. 461377. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-09-28.

23.

Acreages were usually stated in terms of English (Statute), Irish (Plantation), or Scots (Cunningham) measures. An Irish acre = 1.62 statute acres, and a Cunningham acre = 1.3 statute acres.

24.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 194-390-129982: Marshall to McNilly (dated 9 Nov 1757; reg'rd 10 Nov 1758). Copy per FHL film no. 461384. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-10-06.

25.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 202-470-134796: Marshall & others to Gledstances (dated 26 & 27 Feb 1759; reg'rd 16 Feb 1760). Copy per FHL film no. 461388. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-10-08.

26.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 301-522-202398: Marshall to Marshall (dated 1765-07-06; reg'rd 22 Nov 1774). Copy per FHL film no. 531674. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-11-20.

27.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 239-258-157198: Marshall & others to Pringle (dated 10 & 11 Oct 1765; reg'rd 30 Oct 1765). Copy per FHL film no. 461407. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-10-23.

28.

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland. 1766 Religious Census databases. Online at the PRONI's "Name Search" facility, www.proni.gov.uk (accessed 2014-03-19).

29.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 285-140-185911: Marshall to Marshall (dated 15 Dec 1766; reg'rd 27 Apr 1771). Copy per FHL film no. 531658. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-10-24.

30.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 252-442-164046: Marshall to Hadden (dated 21 Jan 1767; reg'rd 9 Feb 1767). Copy per FHL film no. 528928. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-10-23.

31.

Tulloch, Judith. "Marshall, Joseph." Canadian Dictionary of Biography, edited by Francess G. Halpenny. Vol. VII (1836–1850). Toronto, Ontario: University of Toronto Press, 1988.

32.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 292-93-189582: Marshall to Haddock (dated 23 Feb 1771; reg'rd 27 Jan 1772). Copy per FHL film no. 531665. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-11-21.

33.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 280-312-181722: Marshall & another to McNilly (dated 20 May 1770; reg'rd 18 June 1770). Copy per FHL film no. 530913. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-10-24.

34.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 312-563-210898: Marshall to Maxwell (dated 13 Jan 1777; reg'rd 7 Feb 1777). Copy per FHL film no. 531685. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-11-30.

35.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 397-407-265066: Maxwell to Dunlop (dated 31 Jan 1777; reg'rd 8 Nov 1788). Copy per FHL film no. 532586. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-11-30.

36.

Encumbered Estates' Court, Ireland. "In the Court for the Sale of Incumbered Estates in Ireland," re: Rental schedule of the lands of Glenkeen, otherwise Clankeen, situate in the Barony of Dungannon and County of Tyrone (8 July 1852). Digital copy online at www.findmypast.co.uk (accessed 2015-09-19, by subscription). Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick.

37.

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast. Pre-1858 Wills and Admons index, Armagh Diocesan wills: Joseph Marshall of Anaghboe [s/b Annaghroe?], probate 1737. Source: Name Search facility, on the PRONI’s web site, www.proni.gov.uk (accessed 2014-03-19).

38.

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast. Online catalogue entry: "Lease from 1 Nov. 1777 for 14 years of certain tenements formerly in the possession of Joseph Marshall, John Trotter, William Trotter, James Giles, James Black and Samuel Graham, consideration £17.16.7., Rent £11.9.2. p.a. plus fees, between Rt Hon. Lord Dartrey and John Marshall, Blackwatertown, Co. Armagh, merchant, situated at Blackwatertown, Co. Armagh." PRONI ref. D266/8. Online at apps.proni.gov.uk (accessed 2014-03-19).

39.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 331-277-221664: Marshall to Simpson (dated 10 Jan 1778; reg'rd 23 Nov 1779). Copy per FHL film no. 531702. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-01-09.

40.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 379-353-253278: Marshall to Cummin (dated 25 Oct 1780; reg'rd 7 Nov 1786). Copy per FHL film no. 532577. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-01-10.

41.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 362-121-242848: Marshall to Wilson (dated 22 Oct 1783; reg'rd 20 Sept 1784). Copy per FHL film no. 531955. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-01-14.

42.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 382-232-254460: Marshall to Cummin (dated 1 Oct 1786; reg'rd 2 Jan 1787). Copy per FHL film no. 532579. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-01-14.

43.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 370-545-253339: Marshall to Linn (dated 24 Oct 1786; reg'rd 8 Nov 1786). Copy per FHL film no. 532573. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-01-27.

44.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 383-466-254552: Marshall to Pringle (dated 11 Dec 1786; reg'rd 10 Jan 1787). Copy per FHL film no. 532579. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-01-27.

45.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 385-164-254680: Marshall to Linn (dated 15 Jan 1787; reg'rd 22 Jan 1787). Copy per FHL film no. 532580. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-01-27.

46.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 385-312-255321: Marshall to Pringle (dated 7 Feb 1787; reg'rd 15 Feb 1787). Copy per FHL film no. 532580. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-01-27.

47.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 426-419-278292: Marshall to Irwin (dated 14 Oct 1787; reg'rd 16 Nov 1790). Copy per FHL film no. 534692. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-01-27.

48.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 407-46-266526: Marshall to Pettigrew (dated 16th [—] 1788; reg'rd 26 Jan 1789). Copy per FHL film no. 534018. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-01-28.

49.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 421-239-274357: Marshall to Pettigrew (dated 16 Mar 1790; reg'rd 3 April 1790). Copy per FHL film no. 534689. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-01-29.

50.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 435-394-288512: Marshall to Pettigrew (dated 29 Oct 1790; reg'rd 7 Nov 1791). Copy per FHL film no. 534696. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-01-29.

51.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 466-505-298796: Cochran & Marshall to Irwin (dated 10 Nov 1791; reg'rd 3 June 1793). Copy per FHL film no. 545044. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-01-31.

52.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 483-528-316889: Marshall to Marshall (dated 11 Sept 1795; reg'rd 17 Sept 1795). Copy per FHL film no. 545052. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-02-04.

53.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 497-7-317095: Marshall to Marshall (dated 1 Oct 1795; reg'rd 7 Oct 1795). Copy per FHL film no. 535732. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-02-05

54.

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast. Freeholders' Registers and Poll Books (pre-1840). Digital indexes and images online at apps.proni.gov.uk (accessed 2015-06-27).

55.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 507-8-326847: Marshall to Falls & Marshall (dated 13 Oct 1796; reg'rd 17 Nov 1796). Copy per FHL film no. 536053. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-02-11.

56.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 510-355-331426: Marshall to Haddock & others (dated 19 June 1797; reg'rd 29 Aug 1797). Copy per FHL film no. 536054. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-02-13.

57.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 504-514-334688: Marshall to Pettigrew (dated 31 Mar 1798; reg'rd 31 Mar 1798). Copy per FHL film no. 535735. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-02-13.

58.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 51-110-32978: Potter to Read (dated 1725-03-22; reg'rd 1726-10-22), reciting a deed of lease granted by Joseph Marshall of Annaghroe to Thomas Potter of Carnteel, dated 1 May 1717. Copy per FHL film no. 461327. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-02-23.

59.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 17-335-9032: Whyte to Fleming (dated 1713-11-01, registered 1717-05-09), reciting a reserve of one-fourth part of three acres of turf moss to Joseph Marshall of Glendavagh. Copy per FHL film no. 461311. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-05-19.

60.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland (Henrietta Street, Dublin). Memorial no. 78-145-54094:  Whyte to Marshall (dated 1 November 1713; registered 5 September 1734). Microfilm copy held by the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA; archival ref. FHL film no. 461341 (image no. 376); digital image online at www.familysearch.org. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2019-09-08.

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