1777-01-07: 313-588-211039: Marshall to Pringle

Source: Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 313-588-211039: Marshall to Pringle (dated 7 Jan 1777; reg'rd 11 Feb 1777). Copy per FHL film no. 531686. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-11-20. 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.


marshall to pringle

[Title:] [1]
No. 211039  To the reg'r [register] [2] appointed by act of Parliament for registring Deeds Convey's [Conveyances] & Wills

[Notes in margin:]

[Body of memorial:]
  Whereas Henry Marshall of Mullaghmossagh in the County of Tyrone by Indenture of Lease bearing date the fifteenth day of December one thousand seven hundred and sixty six did demise and set unto John Marshall son to the said Henry Marshall of Mullaghmossagh afores'd [3]

... All that part of Clandavagh then in the possion [possession] of John M'c Avin and Bryan Linaghan contain'g twenty seven acres Plantation measure [4] commonly known by the name of Kid's farm together with a proportionable part of Turfbog in Mullinahorn with the appurtenances situate in the manor of Ballymagrane, parish of Aghalow and County of Tyrone aforesaid

... To hold to the said John Marshall his heirs and assigns for the lives of the said Henry Marshall, Robert Henderson of Creely [Crilly] & Galbraith Lowry Corry Esq're of Ahenes [Aghenis] all in the said Parish and County at the yearly rent of five pounds str [sterling] payable half yearly above Taxes,

... in which said Indre [Indenture] there is a Covenant that upon the death of any two of the said lives, or any two lives thereafter to be incerted, and within six months after the death of the two first lives that shall happen to die the said Henry Marshall his heirs or assigns shall renew the s'd release [sic] and incert such other two lives in the place of such other lives so dying, as by the said John Maxwell [sic] his heirs or assigns should be named or appointed upon payment of two pounds str as a fine & all rent and arrears then due as by the said Indre duly reg'rd may appear [5]

... and Whereas the s'd John Marshall by indersment [endorsement] on the said recited Indre dated the nineteenth day of April one thousand seven hundred and seventy one for the Consid'n therein ment'd did grant and assign unto W'm Pringle of Caledon in the County of Corke [sic] Gent and to his heirs All that part of Glandavagh aforesaid with the appurs [appurtenances] in as ample a manner as the same was granted unto the s'd John by the said Henry Marshall, and the full benefit of all and every renewal or future renewal of the same subject to the rent and fines in the said recited Indre contained as by the s'd Deed of indorsment on the said recited Indre duly reg'rd may more fully appear

... Now followeth a Mem'l [Memorial] of an indented Deed bearing date the twenty seventh day of January one thousand seven hundred and seventy seven and made between the said Henry Marshall of the one part and the said W'm Pringle of the other part

... Whereby after reciting that the said Galbraith Lowry Corry and Robert Henderson two of the lives in the said Indre of Lease to the said Deed annexed (and herein before recited) were dead the said Henry Marshall according to the true intent of the s'd annexed and herein before recited Indre, and in Consideration of two pounds str as a fine, over & above the annual rent in the said recited Lease reserved the receipt whereof the said Henry Marshall did thereby acknowledge did add and incert to the time and term of the said recited Lease the lives of John Cochran son of James Cochran of Glenkeen in the County of Tyrone aged about twenty seven years, and Joseph Marshall eldest son of Joseph Marshall of Blackwater Town in the County of Armagh Merchant aged about twelve years in the place and stead of the said Galbraith Lowry Corry and Robert Henderson dec'd [deceased]

... To hold the said Premes [Premises] with the appurs unto the said W'm Pringle his heirs and assigns during the lives of the s'd Henry Marshall  John Cochran and Joseph Marshall the younger and the survivor of them, and during the life or lives of such other person or persons as should from time to time be added thereto pursuant to the Covenant of renewal in the said annexed and herein recited Indre of Lease contained

... which said indented Deed of which this is a Mem'l and this Mem'l are witnessed by Joseph Marshall of Caledon aforesaid eldest son of the said Henry Marshall and by W'm Donnelly of Caledon afores'd Barber

     Henry Marshall (seal)

... Signed and sealed in the presence of

     Joseph Marshall, W'm Donolly __

... The above named W'm Donally maketh oath that he saw the Deed of which the above writing is a Mem'l duly executed by the above named Henry Marshall and William Pringle and that he also saw the said Henry Marshall duly sign & seal the said Memo'l and that he this Dep't [Deponent] is a Subscribing witness to the said Deed & Mem'l is this dep'ts [deponent's] proper handwriting,

     W'm Donolly

... Sworn before me at Glaslough in the County of Monaghan the 11'th day of February 1777 by virtue of a Common [Commission] to me directed for taking Affid'ts [Affidavits] in the Cantry [sic] and I know the dep't

     W'm Johnston

... Justices

     A: Montgomery  J. Maxwell

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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 first section of this transcript recites Memorial no. 285-140-185911 (Registry of Deeds, Ireland): 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.

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