1771-04-18 & 19: 284-558-185912: Marshall to Pringle

Source: Registry of Deeds, Ireland (Henrietta Street, Dublin). Memorial no. 284-558-185912: Marshall to Pringle (dated 18 & 19 Apr 1771; reg'rd 27 Apr 1771). Copy per FHL film no. 531657. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-11-22. 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.

Transcription:

marshall to pringle

[Title:] [1]
No. 185912
To the Reg'r [Register]
[2] app'd [appointed] for reg'g [registering] Deeds Convey's [Conveyances] and Wills

[Notes in margin:]
Marshall to Pringle
Reg'd 27'th Ap'l 1771 at 6 oClo [sic] in the afternoon

[Body of memorial:]
  A Memorial of Deeds of Lease and Release bearing date the eighteenth and nineteenth days of April one thousand seven hund'd and seventy one between John Marshall of Mallaghmossagh [sic] and W'm Pringle of Caledon Gent both in the C'o of Tyrone [3]

... By which Deed of Release being by endorsment [sic] on Deed of Lease bearing date the fifteenth day of December one thousand seven hundred and sixty Six [4] by which Henry Marshall of Mallaghmossagh afores'd did demise and Sett unto the s'd John Marshall that part of Clandavagh [Glendavagh] then in the possion [possession] of John M'Avin & Bryan Lenaghan Cont'g [Containing] twenty seven plantation Acres [5] known by the name of Kids Farm to commence from the first day of Novem'r Sh[--][6] last and also three Acres more possed [possessed] by people of the name of S[--]on [C?]lan[-]nagh with a proportionable part of the Turf Bog in Millinahorn [sic] Situate in the Mannor [sic] of Ballymagrane parish of Aghalow & Co of Tyrone [--] ... the Lives of the s'd Henry Marshall  Rob't Henderson of Creely [Crilly] and Galbraith Lowry Corry of Aghenis Esq'r all in s'd Co of Tyrone at the yearly Rent of Five pounds Str [Sterling] with one Bushell of Shillen and one pound of Five Ye[-]r or five Shillings in lieu thereof which s'd five pounds Yearly Rent is declared by the s'd Henry Marshell [sic] by endorsment of the back of s'd Lease to be intended to [--] the discharge of the Ground Rent of s'd Premes [Premises] to Fran's Whyte Esq'r of Red Hills in the Co: of Cavan

... & that s'd Henry Marshell his heirs or Assigns s[---] not Claim s'd Rent to his or their own Use

... and the s'd Henry Marshell [---] Lease Covenant with the s'd Jn'o Marshell his heirs and Ass's that the said Henry Marshell his heirs or Assigns shall and will from time to time for [---] hereafter upon the Deaths of any two of the s'd Lives or any other two Lives to be thereafter incerted within six Months after the Deaths of the first two lives bar [---] s'd Lease and insert such other two lives in the place of such Lives as may happen so to dye as by the s'd John Marshell his Heirs or Assigns shall be nominated at and under like Rent and Covenants as in s'd Lease Contained the [---] Jn'o Marshell his heirs or Assigns first paying as a fine for s'd Renewal the Sum of Two pounds Ster [Sterling]

... the s'd Jn'o Marshell in Consideration of two hund'd & forty eight [pounds] to him paid by the s'd W'm Pringle did Grant & Assign unto s'd W'm Pringle in his Actual Possion [Possession] then being by Virtue of the s'd Deed of Lease whereof this is a Mem'l withch [sic] s'd Deed of Release and to his Heirs all that part of Clandav[---] afores'd in as full and ample a manner as the same was demised and Sett to the s'd John Marshell by the s'd Henry Marshell situate in the Manor of Ballymagran parish of Aghallow and Co: of Tyrone

... to Hold to him the s'd W'm Pringle his heirs and Assigns for ever

... and by s'd Deed of Release it is declared that the three acres possed [possessed] by people of the name of Nails in Clandavagh were not included in s'd Assignment to s'd W'm Pringle

... and that the s'd Twenty seven Acres were not meant to be Assigned to said W'm Pringle

... which Deeds of Lease and Release whereof this is a Memorial & this Mem'l are Witnessed by John Macalla and Joseph Marshall both of Calenon [sic] afores'd Gent: and by Rob't Ker of Anagh in s'd County of Tyrone Gent

     John Marshall (seal)

... Sealed & deliv'd [delivered] in the presence of

     Joseph Marshall  Robert Kerr,

... The above named Rob't Ker maketh Oath that he saw the above named Jn'o Marshall duly Sign and Seal the Deeds of Lease and Release of which the above Writing is a Memorial and that he also saw the s'd Jn'o Marshall duly Sign and Seal the s'd Mem'l and that he this Depon't is a Subscribing witness to the s'd Deeds of Lease and Release & s'd Mem'l & that the name Rob't Ker is this Depon'ts proper hand Writing

     __ Rob't Kerr

... Taken and Sworn before me by Virtue of a Commission for taking Aff'ts [Affidavits] in the Country this 20'th of April 1771 Seventy one and I know the Dep't

     Hamilton Pringle,

... Sworn in presence of us

     Ham Stuart  Tho: Verner
     Justices for the County of Tyrone

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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.

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.

5.

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.

6.

[-] signifies an illegible character. Many of the words in the righthand margin are difficult to read.

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