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ABSTRACTS OF DEEDS INROLLED IN CHANCERY -1835, OFFALY (KINGS)
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From a Book called "ABSTRACT OF THE DEEDS INROLLED IN
CHANCERY ... 1834-1839"

by George Hatchell. H.M. Stationery Office, 1840
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1. Deed, dated 14th February, 1835, between WILLIAM TRENCH, of
Cangort-park, in the King's County, of the first part; the
Rev. FREDERICK FITZWILLIAM TRENCH, of Cloughjordan-park, in
the county of Tipperary, of the second part; LOUISA ALICE
WARD, of Glencraig, in the county of Down, of the third part;
and RICHARD TRENCH, of Bursleton, in the county of Hants, and
WILLIAM ROBERT WARD, of Bangor, in the county of Down, of the
fourth part: whereby said WILLIAM TRENCH, in order to make a
provision for said FREDERICK FITZWILLIAM TRENCH, and the issue
of a marriage contemplated between him and said LOUISA ALICE
WARD, and also to secure a jointure of £300 a-year for her, in
case she survive her intended husband, and for the purpose of
barring and extinguishing all estates tail, and in
consideration of £7730, the marriage portion of said LOUISA
ALICE, and of 10s. a-piece, granted, bargained and sold unto
said RICHARD TRENCH and WILLIAM ROBERT WARD, the lands of
Ballymurry, 2 acres of Nahad, or Nahod, in the barony of
Clonlennon, county of WESTMEATH ;—Killadruneen, alias Galway.
Killadryneen and Clooneecalleen, alias Clooncallan, barony of
Kilconnell, county of Galway; Carmana, 184 acres; Ella
otherwise Ellagh, 120acres, same barony and county;-and also
in consideration of 5s., the said FREDERICK FITZWILLIAM TRENCH
granted, bargained, and sold to said RICHARD TRENCH and
WILLIAM ROBERT WARD the house division of Knockanacree, 5
acres 2 roods 25 perches; the Ox-park, 9 acres 2 roods 6
perches; turf bog, in Stag Park, 7 acres 2 roods, and 2 acres
I rood 24 perches adjoining thereto, containing in the whole,
17 acres 2 roods 15 and a half perches, exclusive of the 7
acres 2 roods of turf bog; and also, in consideration of 5s.,
said WILLIAM TRENCH granted, bargained, and sold to said
Richard Trench and WILLIAM ROBERT WARD, the lands of Drumroe,
containing 151 acres 1 rood 21 perches, with 14 acres 3 roods
17 perches bog; Clonmane, part of the lands of Drumroe in
Carroule, containing 11 acres 2 roods 7 perches, with 6 acres
2 roods 20 perches, bog; the deer-park of Cloughjordan,
containing 88 acres 2 roods 17 perches, with the south-east
half of the bog in the adjoining farm, called the Stag-park,
containing 7acres 2 roods; and also, in consideration of
5s.,said WILLIAM TRENCH granted and conveyed to said RICHARD
TRENCH and WILLIAM WARD, all that and those the lands of
Cloughheaton, containing 40 acres, in the barony of Lower
Ormond, and county of TIPPERARY : To hold unto said RICHARD
TRENCH and WILLIAM ROBERT WARD, to the uses, intents, and
purposes, and subject to the covenants and provisions in said
deed specified.—Inrolled 26th February, 1835. 

2. Deed, dated
1st May, 1835, between HENRY PAISLEY L’ESTRANGE, of Moystown,
and GEORGE MARSH, of Ballinaminton, in the King's County, of
the first part; GARRETT O'MOORE, of Cloghan Castle, in the
said county, of the second part; and JAMES BENJAMIN BALL, of
Fitzwilliam square, in the city of Dublin, and SAMUEL LAW, of
Great Denmark-street, in the county of Dublin, of the third
part: whereby, for the purpose of barring and extinguishing
all estates tail, in consideration of 10s., said L’ESTRANGE,
MARSH, and O'MOORE, granted, sold, and assigned to said JAMES
B. BALL, and SAMUEL LAW, the town and lands of Kilnemalahan,
Cordurnagh, Lecarrowcor,Carrowmanagh, Ballymacoulaghane,
Gortainskee, Kilmachuna, Gortskeagh, Cloughambeg, Coulaghbane,
Gurtachrana otherwise Gortichranagh,Gorterwin,
Glosterstillage, Cunses, Gloster otherwise Glasdor,
Kilmaghlinch otherwise Coulaghans,Gloster, Corclough, Cloghan,
Glanduff, Clonard,Bunrevin otherwise Kiltecurra, Carlagh,
Lavaghalias Levagh, Gorterevin, Conclough, Demesne and
Deer-park, Gorticalla, Bryanhinch, Gurtraneen, Cappelevane
otherwise Capilavane, Tulogh Meadows, Mucknahane, Newtown,
Aghrana, Macknahany otherwise Mackehany, Galway, and the
Islands of Mackinish, Ship Island, Island Termore, Island
Carrafin, Fade Island, Inchy neelea otherwise Inchynecloghy
Island, Neskeagh Island Cogan, in the barony of Garrycastle,
and KING's County ;-Clonadron alias Clanedrum, alias
Clonadrow, Cloncoran, Clamrowreagh, alias Carrureagh, alias
Carrureveagh, Gortinally, Clonlugney, Carranure alias
Carrowmore, Lisbrack,Controversy, Creeganeharnogh, Toghee,
Glanmore, Gurtanobble, Madden's and O'More's,Gurtbrack and
Cloncoran Meadow, in the barony of Athlone, and county of
Roscommon;—Innismacrony alias Horse Island, Glan alias Glean,
Carruclogh otherwise Carranclogh, Ballyvareen otherwise
Ballynameen and Laffereen, in the barony of Corcumroe, and
county of CLARE ;—Fermore,Knockanechaty, otherwise Annecurlie,
otherwise Annecorlie, Annaghcalie, Cloonakeenan, Lyre,
Clonakeva, Lisgard, and Shanhooly, in the barony of Longford,
and county of Galway;-Carrowthickane, Ballycanane, Tourine,
Carrowphilame,Ballinlatty, Carteneroe, Ballinrelarry otherwise
Ballinroke , Gylife, Cartrines, Ballinron, Moyrafhel,
Ballin?ardenragh, Ballyanlenane otherwise Ballydogher,
Garinity, Dunns, Coolpreghane,Balliclery, Ballinclure,
Ballinekinley, Cagariff otherwise Carrogaruff, Ardbooley,
Murneen, Gurtacopple, Drynagh, Upper, Lower, and Middle Mace,
Garhavanaghmore, Gartravenaghbegg, Praduffe, Ballybrogue,
Farrinegrogy, Barnegregane,Knocknipressy, Slyard, Sagayhreagh
otherwise Levallyintlevy, Kinagh, Gartinedin, Gorlintagill,
Carrownowmehame, Tauenlogh, Knocknemohelane, Dervice,
Gortfontane, Garrowvaldreen otherwise Kilnegaure,
Kiltecrohine, Kilcornan, Ballydinaghoo, Ballykeban,
Cloonevilly, Drumymure, Mafe, Cloondast, Cloongahavanagh,
Rath, Carrownroslevy, Carrowbegg, Cornice, Kiltiboe, Parcels,
Tavenelard, Carrownecessy otherwise Cartunecrossy, Balluirce,
Killanishill, Lessemare, Coolenkinna, Commons of Drumdy,
Garraredmond, Tornehall, Aghreville otherwise Maghe?addy, in
the barony of Clanmorris,and county of Mayo;—the messuage
called the Golden Last, in Thomas-street, in the parish of
St.Catherine's, and the county of the city of DUBLIN: To hold
unto said JAMES BENJAMIN BALL and SAMUEL LAW, subject to the
trusts of the Will of GARRETT O'MOORE, deceased, and then to
the uses, intents, and purposes, contained in a mortgage to be
executed contemporaneous with these presents, to the use of
him the said GARRETT O'MOORE, his heirs and assigns for
ever.—Inrolled 12th May, 1835. 

3. Deed, Dated 27Th July, 1835, Between JOHN USHER, Of
Merrion-Row, In The City Of Dublin, Of The First Part; WILLIAM
USHER, Of Mullingar, In The County Of Westmeath, Of The Second
Part; The Rev. JOHN USHER, Of Guilford, In The Same County, Of
The Third Part; And EDWARD REYNOLDS, Of The Same, Of The
Fourth Part: Whereby, For The Purpose Of Barring And
Extinguishing All Estates Tail Of The Said JOHN USHER, As
Assignee Of Said WILLIAM USHER, And In Consideration Of The
Sum Of 200L., Paid By The Said Rev. JOHN USHER, With The
Consent Of The Said EDWARD REYNOLDS, And A Further
Consideration Of 10S., The Said JOHN USHER Granted And Sold To
The Said Rev. JOHN USHER, All The Insolvent, WILLIAM USHER'S
Seventh Part, Share, Or Proportion, In The Town And Lands Of
Old Town, And Little Ardrums, And Part Of The Lands Of Ferans,
Otherwise Fennars, And The Fee Farm-Rent Of 95L. 3S., Late
Currency, And A Fine Of 10 Guineas At The End Of Every 21
Years, For Ever, Payable By Deed Of 29Th October, 1724, In The
Barony Of Deece, And County Of Meath ;—And Also That Part Of
The Lands Of Kilcloncokerry Clonbrock, And Fanmore, Called
Parkmain, In The Barony Of Coolestown, And King’S County: To
Hold To The Use Of The Said Rev. JOHN USHER, His Heirs And
Assigns For Ever.—Inrolled 11Th Aug., 1835.

4. Deed, dated 20th August, 1835, between ALEXANDER CARROLL,
of Mountjoy-square, in the county of Dublin, of the one part;
and MAXWELL BLACKER, of Merrion-square, in the city of Dublin,
of the other part: whereby, for the purpose of barring,
docking, and extinguishing all estates tail, and in
consideration of 10s., said ALEXANDER CARROLL granted,
released, and confirmed to the said MAXWELL BLACKER, the town
and lands of Garrens, Ballyphillip, and Rosnafaughna, in the
barony of Ballybritt, and King’s County; —Glassnevin, called
Prospect, containing 25 acres 2 roods and 24 perches with the
dwelling-house, and offices; Glassnevin, called Stutt's Inn,
with the dwelling-house, containing 7 acres 1 rood and 20
perches; Glassnevin, called Stutt's Inn, with the
dwelling-house, containing 14 acres; Glassnevin, leading from
Dublin to the village of Glassnevin, containing 6 acres; a
house and 6 acres of land, called Violet Hill, near
Finglass-bridge, in the parish of Glassnevin, and county of
DUBLIN – The houses, Nos. 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, and 96, on the
west side of Capel-street, one house in Green-street, in the
city of Dublin; the garden, called Miller's Large Garden,
containing 433 feet 8 inches in front; the houses, edifices,
and buildings, in the parish of St. Michan's, in said city ; a
piece of ground in Phrapper's-lane,with the houses thereon,
containing 63 feet in front; the house No. 156, on the south
side of North King-street, containing 34 feet 9 inches in
front to said street, and 40 feet 3 inches in the rere,and 84
feet 6 inches from front to rere; the houses and improvements
in Cuckoo-lane, containing 1rood and 9 perches, now known as
Nos. 28, 29, and 30, North Anne-street, and Nos. 1, 2, and 3,
on the north side of Cuckoo-lane, in said city;-the Red brick
house, opposite to the King's Castle, in the parish of St.
Michan's, in the city of Limerick; and also a piece of ground,
lying behind same, upon which several houses have been lately
built;-the houses, Nos. 9, 15, and 16, formerly known as the
White Swan, Nos. 17, and 18, situate on the east side of
Aungier-street, in the city of DUBLIN ;—The acre lot, North
Strand, marked in map No. 12, containing 1 acre and 1 rood;
another acre lot marked on said map, No.74, containing 2 acres
1 rood and 22 perches; also the acre lots, Nos. 8 and 9, and
lot No. 23, containing 1 acre and 2 roods; and also one other
lot, No. 111, situate in the parish of St.George, all on the
North Strand, in the county of the city of DUBLIN : To hold to
the said MAXWELL BLACKER, in trust, to the use and benefit of
the said ALEXANDER CARROLL, his heirs and assigns for
ever.—Inrolled 21st August, 1835.

5. 109.—Deed, dated 7th April, 1835, between JOSEPH PRATT, of
Cormy Castle, in the county of Cavan, of the first part;
MERVYN PRATT, of the same place, of the second part; and
Matthew Fortescue, of Stephenstown, in the county of Louth,
and JOSEPH PRATT TYNTE, of Tynte Lodge, in the county of
Leitrim, of the third part: whereby, in pursuance of a certain
deed, bearing date the 15th day of October, 1834, and for the
purpose of barring and destroying all estates tail, and in
consideration of 10s., said JOSEPH and MERVYN PRATT granted to
MATTHEW FORTESCUE, and JOSEPH PRATT TYNTE, the lands of Monagh
otherwise Muffe, Cormy otherwise Bawne, Lisney otherwise
Lissnesanagh, otherwise Garranboy,otherwise Gallanboy;
Cornary, and Kilbeg, Cordervey otherwise Cordoagh, Cortober,
Corvaddy, Lisaclare otherwise Lisaniske, Listerrin, Calragh,by
the name of Loghan, Glasslargy, Lissnaclea, Mullinstragh,
Doonaree otherwise Donaree, Cornakill, Marehill,
Correnshegagh, Annagh, Cornagee, Drompeake, Raragh otherwise
Baragh,Dromskerry, Corglass, Lissagoun otherwise Lissagowan,
Cordarry or Eden, Garragh otherwise Geragh, Alichim otherwise
Alicrum, Drumoran otherwise Drumeran, otherwise Drumerin;
Lissnevanagh otherwise Lissanshanagh, 48 acres of Maluercans
otherwise Maercam, otherwise Marecum, being part of Corneshew
; about 47 acres of Cornesrice, part of Corneshow, 40 acres of
Bracklin Bawne, Drumhalp otherwise Colpe, 2 poles containing
35 acres in Copinaghbane and Capimaghduffe, 80 acres in
Corranaseskenagh , and Drumsallagh, and also the town and
lands of King's Court, in the barony of Clonkee, and county of
Cavan ;—also the town and lands of Rahin, Lismonaghan, Cullen,
Feernaught otherwise Feeranagh, Bonagee, Scrabby,
Carrownekelly, Letterlegue, Rareagh, Borniny otherwise
Bonnilley, otherwise Carr, otherwise Corr; the two Balliboes,
and an half of Creeve, with the several sub denominations
called and known as Ardeganny, Castletown, Culhane, Corvaddy,
Garrowly, Glentillet, Glenaughty, Upper Glenaught,Lower
Listock, Rockhill, and Ballesrany, in the barony of Raphoe,
and county of Donegal: To hold to the said MATTHEW FORTESCUE
and JOSEPH PRATT TYNTE, in trust, to confirm to the said
MERVYN PRATT the annuity of 600l., secured by a certain deed,
bearing date the 11th of September, 1806, and also to secure
the sum of 10,000l., nexed to the said deed of the 15th of
October, 1834, and to the several uses in said deed mentioned.
— Inrolled 26th September, 1835. January, 1836.

6. Deed, dated 6th October, 1835, between the Rev. RICHARD
MAUNSELL, of Drehedthersna, in the county of Limerick, of the
one part; and JOHN BROWN, of Clonboy, in the county of Clare,
of the other part: whereby, for the purpose of barring and
destroying all estates tail, and in consideration of 10s.,
said Rev. RICHARD MAUNSELL sold, assigned, and transferred to
said JOHN BROWN, the town and lands of Fryarstown, otherwise
Tuaguerayne, otherwise Ballynebrahie, in the county of
Limerick;-Traverstown, in the county of LIMERICK;—also the lot
No. 1, in the King's Island, on which five houses are built;
the lot No. 2, in Dominick-street, consisting of several
houses; No. 3, the tan yard, with the houses and
appurtenances, in Dominick's Abbey; No. 4, the plot of ground
situate in Flag-lane, Red Lyon lane, and Barrack-street ; No.
6, the houses and premises in Sheep-street; No. 7, the fields
in Little Island ; No. 8, the houses and gardens in Little
Island; No. 9, the house and garden in Little Island; No. 10,
part of the island and plots of ground; No. 11, the garden and
tenements; and No. 12, the lot of ground formerly a twig-yard,
parish of Saint Munchin, city of Limerick; the lands of
Sheillane otherwise Sharlane, otherwise Srylane, otherwise
Milford, situate in the county of the city of
Limerick;-Courtbrack called Richmond, situate in the south
liberties of the said city: To hold in trust for the several
uses, covenants, provisions, limitations, and agreements in a
certain deed, bearing date the 1st of March, 1834, expressed
and declared.—Inrolled 9th November, 1835. 

7. Deed, dated 10th August, 1835, between ANNA HUTCHINSON, of
Mount Heaton, in the King's County, and JOHN DAWSON DUCKETT,
of Duckett's grove, in the county of Carlow, of the one part;
and WILLIAM HENRY HUTCHINSON, of Rockforest, in the county of
Tipperary, of the other part :whereby, for the purpose of
barring and extinguishing all estates tail, and in
consideration of 5s., said ANNA HUTCHINSON, and J. D. DUCKETT,
granted, sold and conveyed to said William Henry Hutchinson,
the lands called the 3 Ballygrangans, and Clangaddy, and part
of Chappel, in the barony of Bargie, and county of Wexford
–Eastern part of Lacka and Leagh, called the Old-Queen's Co.
town, Island of Derringelia, with the upper part of Monetoo,
called Russettdown, in the barony of Upper Ossory, and Queen's
County : To hold in trust, to the use of the said ANNA
HUTCHINSON, her heirs and assigns for ever.—Inrolled 22nd
January, 1836.