1734-08-28: 77-383-54091: McChesney to Marshall

Source: 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. Please cite your sources.

Related deed: Mem. no. 76-40-52633, Marshall to McChesney (1715-08-10).

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

Transcription:

77-383-54091a marshall to mcchesney


[Title:]
[1]
No. 54091  To the Reg'r [2] appointed for Registring of all Deeds Wills Conveyances &c

[Notes in margin:]
M'cc [sic] Chesney et al to Marshall
Reg'rd the 4'th day of September 1734 at 6 o Clock in the afternoon


[Body of memorial:]
  A Memorial of an Indenture of Mortgage bearing Date the Twenty Eigth [sic] day of August One Thousand Seven hundred and Thirty four made between John M'c Chesney of Clandavaugh [Glendavagh] in the County of Tyrone Gent. and Ja's M'c Chesney, Robert M'c Chesney and Samuel M'c Chesney Sons of the said John M'c Chesney of the one part and Joseph Marshall Jun'r of Clankeen in said County Gent of the other part, 
Reciting as therein is recited,[3]

... Whereby s'd John M'c Chesney by and with the Consent of the s'd James M'c Chesney  Rob't M'c Chesney and Samuel M'c Chesney his Sons Signified by their being partys thereto Doth in Cons'n [Consideration] of Eighty Pounds Ster. [Sterling] Grant Bargain Sell Assign and Set over unto s'd Joseph Marshall Jun'r All that part of the Town Land of Clandavaugh afores'd commonly Called Mullyagan [sic] lying and being in the Barony of Bellymagrane [4] Parish of Agholow [sic] & County of Tyrone with the Appurs [Appurtenances] and also All the Estate Right Title Interest Trust Possion [Possession] Term for Lives & Right of Renewal property Claim and Demand whatsoever of him the s'd Jo'n M'c Chesney of in and to the same Together with the Indre [Indenture] of Lease therein recited

... To have and to hold unto the said Joseph Marshall Jun'r his Ex'rs [Executors] Adm'rs [Administrators] and Assigns for and during the Natural Lives of Henry Marshall Son to Joseph Marshall  Rob't Henderson Son to Rob't Henderson of Ramakitt & Galbraith Lowry Son to Rob't Lowry of Aghanes Esq'r [5] all in s'd County & for & during the Life & Lives of such other psons [persons] as should thereafter be incerted in any Lease or Leases thereafter to be made or renewed by Virtue of a Covenant of Renewal in said Indre of Lease contained under the Yearly Rent Reservations and Covenants therein expressed Subject to a redemcon [redemption] upon payment of said Sum of Eighty pounds Ster. with Interest at the Rate of Six pounds PCent. [percent] P Ann [per annum] on the First day of November next ensuing the Date of said Indre of Mortgage

... Which said Indre of Mortgage and this Mem'l [Memorial] are Witnessed by Leslie Hamilton of the City of Dublin Gent. and Peter Hamilton Clke [Clerk] to the said Leslie Hamilton

     __ John M'cc Chesney (seal)

... Signed and Sealed in presence of

     Leslie Hamilton __ Peter Hamilton __

... The above named Leslie Hamilton maketh Oath that he saw the Mortgage of which the above writing is a Mem'l duly Executed by the parties thereto & also Saw the above named John M'c Chesney Sign & Seal the s'd Mem'l & Dep't [Deponent] is a Subscribing Witness to said Mortgage and Mem'l & Dep't Deliv'd [Delivered] s'd Mem'l to M'r W'm Parry Dep: Reg'r [Deputy Register] on the 4'th day of Septem'r 1734 at or near Six o Clock in the Afternoon

     __ Leslie Hamilton __

... Jur. 4˚ die Sep'ris 1734 cor me

     __ Will Parry Dep: Reg'r __

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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.

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.

5.

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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