1718-02-21: 75-495-54096: Marshall to Stewart

Source: 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. Please cite your sources.

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


75-495-54096a marshall to stewart

[Title:] [1]
No. 54096  To the Register appointed for Registring of all Deeds Wills Conveyances &c

[Notes in margin:]
Marshall to Stewart
Reg'rd [2] the 5'th day of Septem'r 1734 at 10 oClock in the fore Noon

[Body of memorial:]
  A Memoriall of an Indenture of Lease made the Twenty first day of February One thousand Seven hundred and Eighteen Between Joseph Marshall of Anaghroe in the parish of Aghalow and County of Tyrone of the one part and Rob't Stewart of Clankeen [Glenkeen] in y'e s'd parish & County of the other part

... Whereby the s'd Joseph Marshall for the Considerations therein Mentioned Doth Demise unto the s'd Robert Stewart All that part of the Town land of Clankeen afores'd as now in his possion [possession] Containing ab't Twenty Acres plantation or Irish Measure [4] be the same more or less lying and being in the Mannor of Ballymagrane [5] in the parish and County aforesaid

... To hold said premisses w'th y'e appurs [appurtenances] unto the said Robert Stewart his heirs and assigns during the Natural Life and Lives of Henry Marshall Son of said Joseph Marshall  Robert Henderson Son of Robert Henderson of Ramakett and Galbraith Lowry Son of Rob't Lowry of Aghenes Esq'r [6] all in said County & during the Life of the Longest Liver of them in which said Lease is a Cov't [Covenant] of Renewall for ever upon payment of one pound three Shill's [Shillings] Ster [Sterling] as a ffine upon the Death of any two of said Lives or of any two Lives to be thereafter inserted by Vertue of said Coven't of Renewall

... which said Lease is Witnessed by Joseph Marshall Jun'r of Clankeen afores'd  Geo Lunin of Dun M'c Meagh [Dunmacmay] and John Sinclair of Callidon all in said County of Tyrone Gent. and this Memorial is witnessed by said Jos'ph Marshall and Leslie Hamilton of the City of Dublin Gent

     __ Joseph Marshall (seal) __

... Signed and Sealed in presence of

     __ Joseph Marshall __ Leslie Hamilton __

... The above named Joseph Marshall Jun'r Maketh Oath that he saw the above named Joseph Marshall Sen'r Execute the above Mentioned Lease and the above Mentioned Rob't Stewart Execute y'e Counterpart thereof (of w'ch s'd Indre [Indenture] of Lease the above writing is a Mem'l) and also Saw the said Joseph Marshall duly Sign & Seal said Memorial and that he this Dep't [Deponent] is a Subscribing Witness to said Indre of Lease and Memorial and that the name Joseph Marshall Indorsed on and Subscribed thereto is this Dep'ts [Deponent's] own proper hand writing

     __ Joseph Marshall __

... Jur Cor me apud Glasslough in Com Monaghan 29˚ die August 1734 Cert Cois Mitri Direct & Cog Depon'

     __ Will Johnston __

... present

     __ Oli Anketell __ Bap't Johnston

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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.


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.


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: John J. Marshall, Vestry Minutes, op. cit.

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