1713-11-01: 75-494-54093: Whyte to Marshall

Source: 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. Please cite your sources.

Related deed: Mem. no. 77-384-54097, Marshall to Marshall (1718-02-28).

Footnotes have been inserted by the transcriber and are hyperlinked to the Transcriber's notes section at the end of this transcript.


75-494-54093a marshall to whyteb

[Title:] [1]
No. 54093  To the Register appointed for Registring of all Deeds Wills Convey'ces [Conveyances] &c [2]

[Notes in margin:]
Whyte to Marshall
Reg'rd the 5'th day of Septem'r 1734 at 10 oClock in the Fore Noon

[Body of memorial:]
  A Memorial of an Indenture of Lease made the first day of November One thousand Seven hundred and Thirteen Between Tho's Whyte of Red Hills in the County of Cavan Esq'r of the one part & Joseph Marshall Sen'r of Annaghroe [3] in the parish of Aghalow [4] & County of Tyrone Gent of the one / Other part [5]

...  Whereby Thomas Whyte in Consideration of the rents & Covenants on the part and behalf of said Joseph Marshall Mentioned and reserved doth Demise unto the said Joseph Marshall all that the Town land Commonly Called and known by the Name of Clandavaugh [6] together with three plantation Acres of the Turf Moss or bogg belonging to the Town land of Mullynahorn [7] all Seituate in the Mannor of Ballynagrane parish of Aghalow & County of Tyrone afores'd

...  To have and to hold said premisses with the appurtenances unto the s'd Joseph Marshall his heirs and assigns for and during the Naturall Life and Lives of Henry Marshall Son to The said Joseph Marshall  Robert Henderson Son to Rob't Henderson of Ramakett and Galbraith Lowrie Son to Rob't Lowrie Auchenis [8][Aghenis] Esq'r all of the parish and County aforesaid and during the life of the Longest liver of them at the yearly rent of Fifty four pounds & Dutys

... in which said Lease is a Clause or Cov't [Covenant] of Renewall for ever upon payment of Twenty pounds or a ffine upon the Death of any two of Said Lives or of any two lives thereafter to be incerted pursuant to said Clause

... Which said Lease is witnessed by Francis Whyte of Redhills aforesaid Esq'r and John Martin & Henry Martin both of Anagh [sic] in the said County of Tyrone Farmers and this Memorial is Witnessed by the said Henry Martin and by Leslie Hamilton of the City of Dublin Gents

     __ Joseph Marshall (seal) __

... The above Memorial was duly Signed and Sealed by the above Named Joseph Marshall in presence of us

     __ Hen: Martin __ Leslie Hamilton __

... The above Named Henry Martin Maketh Oath that he saw the above Named Tho's Whyte duly Seal & Execute the above Mentioned Indre [Indenture] of Lease and the above Ment'd [Mentioned] Joseph Marshall Seal and Execute a Counterpart thereof (of which s'd Indre of Lease the above writing is a Mem'l) and also saw the s'd Joseph Marshall Sen'r duly Sign and Seal s'd Memorial and that he this Dep't is a Subscribing Witness to said Indre of Lease & Mem'l [Memorial] and that the name Henry Martin Subscribed and Endorsed thereon is this Dep'ts [Deponent's] proper hand writing

     __ Henry Martin __

... Jur Cor me apud Glasslough in Com Monaghan 29˚ die August 1734 [-]rrt [9] Cois Mitii direct & Cog Dep't

     __ Will Johnston __

... present

     __ Bap't Johnston __ Oli Anketell  Justices __

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Transcriber's notes:


The transcriber's comments or editing marks are enclosed [within square brackets].


An apostrophe indicates that the letter or letters following were raised, or written in superscript, in the original text.


Annaghroe townland is situated about one-quarter of mile due west of the Caledon estate, on the border of county Monaghan.


Link to townland map of the parish Aghaloo.


This transcript includes paragraph breaks whereas the original text appears as one paragraph without any indentation.


Also known as Glendavagh, this townland lies adjacent to Glenkeen, both of which townlands lie about halfway between the town of Aughnacloy to the northwest and the town of Caledon to the southeast.


Mulnahorn townland lies less than a mile southeast of Aughnacloy, on the border with the county of Monaghan.


Robert Lowry was an ancestor of the Earl of Belmore. Robert, his son Galbraith, and his grandson Armar lived at Aghenis, in the parish of Aghaloo. Armar Lowry succeeded his mother at Castle Coole in 1779. Source: Marshall, John J. Vestry Book of the Parish of Aghalow (Caledon, Co. Tyrone). Dungannon: The Tyrone Printing Co., Ltd., 1935.


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