1715-08-10: 76-40-52633: Marshall to McChesney

Source: 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. Please cite your sources.

Related deed: Mem. no. 77-383-54091, McChesney to Marshall (1734-08-28).

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

Transcription:

76-40-52633a marshall to mcchesney


[Title:]
[1]
No. 52633  To the Register Appointed by act of Parliament for Registring Deeds Conveyances Wills &c

[Notes in margin:]
Marshal to M'c Chesney
Reg'rd [2] the 11'th day of February 1733 at Twelve oClock at noon


[Body of memorial:]
  A Memorial of a Lease Indented bearing date the Tenth day of August one thousand Seven hundred and Fifteen made between Joseph Marshall of Annaghroe in the Parish of Aghalow and County of Tyrone of the One Part and John M'c Chesney of Clandavagh [Glendavagh] in the Parish and County Aforesaid of the Other part [3]

... Whereby the said Joseph Marshall for the Considerions [Considerations] therein Mentioned did demise unto the said John M'c Chesney All that Part of the Town Land of Clandavagh aforesaid Commonly Called or known by the Name of Mullyhagan Containing about Four score acres plantation or Irish Measure [4] be the same more or less as then in the Possion [Possession] of the said John M'c Chesny [sic] lying and being in the Manner [sic] of Ballymagrane [5] Parish and County afores'd Together with all houses Buildings, Gardens Orchards Quarries Bogs Ways Paths Passages Easments [sic], Profits Commodities advantages and appurtences [appurtenances] whatsoever to the Premisses belonging

... Excepting and reserving all Mines Minerals and all other Royalties as Contained in the Grand lease given and pfected [perfected] by Thomas White [of] Redhills in the County Cavan Esq'r to the said Joseph Marshall to the Special use and behoof of the said Thomas White his heirs and Assigns for Ever

... To have and to Hold unto him the said John M'c Chesny his Heirs and Assigns for and during the Natural life and Lives of Henry Marshall Son to the said Joseph Marshall  Robert Henderson son to Robert Henderson of Ramakit, Galbraith Lowry Son to Robert Lowry of Aghenes Esq'r [6] all in the parish and County aforesaid at the Yearly Rent of Fifteen Pounds Ster. [Sterling] by Equal Gales in the Year with the Yearly Duties of Two Days Worke of Man and horse When Demanded above all Country Charges and Impositions Whatsoever Quit and Crown Rent only Excepted

... with a Clause of Renewal in the said Lease Mentioned and from following, That is to Say that the said Joseph Marshall his heirs Ex'rs [Executors] Adm'rs [Administrators] and Assigns Shall and will from Time to Time and at all Times hereafter upon the Death of any Two of the Lives in the said Lease Mentioned or upon the Death of any Two Lives to be Incerted pu[-]su[---]e [pursuante?] [7] of the said Clause or Covenant or within Six Months after the Death of the First Two Lives in Place of such Two Lives as so happen First to dye, as in the said Joseph Marshall his Heirs or Assigns Grand Lease Shall be Incerted upon the like Renewal and that at and under the like Rents and Covenants as are in the said Lease Contained he the said John M'c Chesny his Heirs Ex'rs Adm'rs or assigns for Every Such Two Lives to be Incerted the sum of Five Pounds Ster. over and above the said Yearly Rent and likewise First Clearing and Discharging all the Rents and Arrears thereof unto the said Joseph Marshall his Heirs Ex'rs or assigns for Every Such Two Lives to be Incerted the sum of Five Pounds Ster. over and above the said Yearly Rent and likewise First Clearing and Discharging all the Rents and Arrears thereof unto the said Joseph Marshall his Heirs Ex'rs Adm'rs or assigns that are or Shall be at the Time of such Renewal by the said Indented Deed first above Mentioned Relation being thereunto May more at large appear

... the due Execution whereof by the said Joseph Marshall Signing Sealing and Delivering the same unto the said John M'c Chesny is Witnessed by Joseph Marshall of Glenkeen Yeoman  Roger Marshall of Boultons Walls Farmer and by John Sinclair late late [sic] of Callidon Gent deced [deceased] all of the said Parish of Aghalow and County of Tyrone and the Signing and Sealing of this Memorial by the said John M'c Chesny the above Named Lessee is also Witnessed by the said Roger Marshall and Andrew Carmichael of Dungannon, in the County of Tyrone Scrivener

     __ John M'c Chesney (seal) __

... Signed and Sealed in presence of

     __ Roger Marshall __ And'w Carmichael __

... The above Named Roger Marshall came this Day before me and made Oath that he saw the above Mentioned Lease Whereof the above Writing is a Memorial duly Executed by the above Named Joseph Marshall in Presence of this Deponent Joseph Marshall and John Sinclaire Endorsing Wittnesses to the same and that he Likewise Saw the said Memorial Signed and Sealed by the said John M'c Chesney in Presence of this Deponent and Andrew Carmichael & that the Name Roger Marshall Endorsed on the said Lease and Subscribed as a Witness to the above Written Memorial is this Deponents Proper hand Writing

     __ Roger Marshall __

... Jurat Cor me un Magistr. Extraod. de a[-] [al, or at] Cur Can[-] [Canc, or Cand] viz Hiber [--] Aff't in Rure Capiend apud Dungannon in Com Tyrone 24˚ die January ann' Din 1733

     __ And Carmichael

... Wee William Richardson Esq. and Robert Blackall Clk [Clerk] two of his Majesties Justices of the Peace in and for the said County of Tyrone do hereby Certifie that wee Saw the said Roger Marshall Swore the above aff't [affidavit] before a Commissioner for Taking aff'ts in the Country at the Time and Place of the Caption thereof

     __ Rob't Blackall __ W Richardson __

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Transcriber's notes:

1.

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

2.

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

3.

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

4.

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.

5.

The Manor of Ballymagrane lay northwest of the Caledon estate. The "estate belonged to Francis White, a grandson of Sir Robert Newcomen, who at one time owned the Aughnacloy estate." Source: Marshall, John J. Vestry Book of the Parish of Aghalow (Caledon, Co. Tyrone). Dungannon: The Tyrone Printing Co., Ltd., 1935.

6.

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. SourceJohn J. Marshall, Vestry Minutes, op. cit.

7.

[-] signifies an illegible character.

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