1774-10-28: 302-629-202399: Marshall to Marshall

Source: Registry of Deeds, Ireland (Henrietta Street, Dublin). Memorial no. 302-629-202399: Marshall to Marshall (dated 28 Oct 1774; reg'rd 22 Nov 1774). Copy per FHL film no. 531675. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-11-28. 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 marshall

[Title:] [1]
No. 202399
To the reg'r [register] [2] appointed by Act of Parliam't for publick reg'g [registering] of Deeds Wills &c.

[Notes in margin:]
Marshall to Marshall
Reg'd 22'd of Nov'4 1774 at half after ten oClock in the forenoon

[Body of memorial:]
  A Memorial of an Indented Deed bearing date the twenty Eighth day of Oct'r one thousand seven hundred seventy four made between Henry Marshall of Mullaghmosagh [sic] in the County of Tyrone gent. of the first Part and Joseph Marshall of Callidon in s'd County of Tyrone Publican of the second Part & Henry Marshall Jun'r of Mullaghmosagh afores'd gent: of the third part [3]

... Whereby after reciting as therein is recited the s'd Henry Marshall Sen'r did in Consid'n [Consideration] of five shillings Str. [Sterling] and other the Consid'ns in s'd Deed ment'd [mentioned] bargain sell and Convey unto said Joseph Marshall all that and those that Part of Clindavagh [Glendavagh] in said County of Tyrone Containing by Estimat'n forty six acres be the same more or less & then in possession of said Joseph Marshall  John Rogers and other undertennants  together with forty five acres Part of s'd lands of Clindavagh then in the possession of James Cochran & his undertennants the whole Containing by Estimation one hundred & Eleven acres with the appurtenances, and all said Henry Marshalls Seniors [sic] right of Renewal to s'd Premes [Premises]

... To hold said granted & Conveyed Premes with the appurces [appurtenances] unto the said Joseph Marshall his heirs and assigns during the lives of the s'd Henry Marshall and of Rob't Henderson of Crilley in the said County of Tyrone, and the longest liver of them from the first day of May then last Past at the yearly rent of nineteen Pounds thirteen shillings & six pence Str Payable half yearly and s'd Henry Marshall did by said Deed Covenant & agree that upon the fall of any of the lives therein Contained or any of them to renew said Deed forever by Incerting instead of such Person or Persons so dying the name or names of such other Person or persons as should be thereafter Inserted in the renewal or renewals of the Original lease from s'd [Francis] White [4] under the like yearly rent and Covenants in said Deed ment'd

... and the s'd Joseph Marshall & Henry Marshall Jun'r did by said Deed Covenant & agree that in Case they or either of them their or either of their heirs Exors [Executors] Admors [Administrators] or assigns should be obliged to pay the head Landlord more than their Proportionable shares of his rent the Person or Persons so Paying more than their respective shares of such rent should and was thereby Impowered to distrain the Person or Persons neglecting to Pay their Proportion of said rent with other Clauses & Covenants usual in such leases,

... which s'd Deed & this memorial are witnessed by Rob't Pettigrew of the City of Dublin Att'ry [Attorney] & John Marshall of Drumgallagh [5] in the County of Armagh gent.

     __ Joseph Marshall (seal)

... signed sealed & Executed in Presence of

     Rob't Pettigrew  John Marshall __

... The above named Rob't Pettigrew came this day before me & made Oath that he is a Subscribing witness to the Indented Deed of which the above writing is a memorial and saw the same duly signed sealed & Executed by the sev'l [several] Parties thereto and also saw the above named Joseph Marshall duly sign & seal the above mem'l [memorial] and saith the name Rob't Pettigrew subscribed as a witness to the s'd Deed & the above memorial is this Depon'ts [Deponent's] name & proper hand writing and that he delivered the same to John Macabe gent D'y Reg'r [Deputy Register] the 22'd day of November 1774 at or near half an hour after ten oClock in the forenoon

     __ Rob't Pettigrew __

... sworn the 22'd day of November 1774

     __ John Macabe 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.

Several of the deeds pertaining to Glendavagh townland cite the original 1713 lease held from Thomas Whyte, or White, of Redhills, county Cavan, and later, Francis Whyte of same place, as in Memorial no. 171-131-114058, Marshall to McCrudden (1754-08-06).

5.

"Drumgallagh" may be Drumgolliff townland in the parish of Tynan.

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