1798-06-09: Huggins to Gilmore

Source: Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast. Conveyance by William Huggins, Gortgonis, county Tyrone, to John Gilmore, Moy, county Tyrone, re: (a) tenement in Moy, and (b) farm in Corr and Donnavally, parish of Loughgall, county Armagh. PRONI ref. D498/1, dated 9 June 1798. Copy from Registry of Deeds, memorial no. 494-569-337067, registered 24 November 1798 (accessed 2003-11). Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick. Please cite your sources.

The following are extracts of the indenture and leases cited:

Deed of a Tenement in Moy and a farm of Land in Corr and Donnavalley.
William Huggins Esqre to John Gilmore [illegible].
- Indenture made 9 June 1798 between William Huggins of Gortgonis in the County of Tyrone Esquire and John Gilmore of Moy Gentleman.
  Indenture dated 1 January 1781; Right Honourable James Earl of Charlemont and Charles Mann of Moy Merchant; [Transcriber's note: This indenture refers to the following deed, cited in 1798-06-01: Harpur and Chambers to Huggins:] Rebecca Moon, by Indenture dated 1 November 1774 to Charles Mann and by other Indenture dated 1 January 1781, between Right Honourable James Earl of Charlemont and Charles Mann; to Charles Mann; in Moy, tenement on north side of Street or Market ground adjoining road leading to Dungannon and opposite tenement lately demised to John Cavanaugh, containing in front forty feet together with nine feet for a gateway or passage to rere ...; to Charles Mann; during the natural lives of George the Third and Queen Charlotte and Prince of Wales and survivor of them; covenant for perpetual renewal; yearly rent, £1 7 shillings 10 pence, with twelve pence in the pound Receivers fees.
  Indenture dated 1 January 1790; [Transcriber's note: refers to the following deed, cited in 1798-06-01: Harpur and Chambers to Huggins:] Right Honourable James Earl of Charlemont and Charles Mann; farm let to Charles Mann; part and parcel of Town and lands of Corr and Donavalley [in the county of Armagh], in possession of Charles Mann, containing 25 acres 0 roods 20 perches English Statute Measure; map annexed to indenture; situate in Manor of Charlemont; to Charles Mann; during the natural lives of Robert Livingston aged eighteen years and Margaret Livingston aged ten years (second son and third daughter of Robert Livingston of Armagh Esqre, and Margaret Mann second daughter of Charles Mann the Lessee aged fourteen years, and survivors; clear yearly rent, £23 4 shillings 9-1/2 pence, with twelve pence in the pound Receivers fees.
  Transcriber's note: Here followed an acknowledgment and brief recitation of the deeds outlined in 1798-06-01: Harpur and Chambers to Huggins, and that these lands premises etc. were demised to William Huggins.
  Now this Indenture witnesseth that ... William Huggins for and in consideration of the sum of three hundred pounds sterling ... Hath given granted [etc.] ... all that and those the Lands tenements and hereditaments hereinbefore particularly mentioned ... To have and to hold to ... John Gilmore...
  Signed sealed and delivered by William Huggins in presence of us ... William Huggins  Mathew Gilmer  David Chambers.
  A memorial of the written Deed was entered on the Register Office Dublin twenty-fourth day of November one thousand seven hundred ninety-eight ... Book 494, page 561 and number 337067 ... W Moore.

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