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ABSTRACTS OF DEEDS INROLLED IN CHANCERY -1837, 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
Available on Google Books

All spelling as per Book)

13. 359.-Deed, dated 16th February, 1837, between the Rev.
ARTHUR CAMPAGNE, of Milltown, in the Campague. County of
Limerick, of the one part; and ROBERT WYBRANTS, of
Rutland-square, in the county of Dublin, of the other part:
whereby, for the purpose of barring and extinguishing all
estates tail, said ARTHUR CAMPAGNE granted, sold, and conveyed
to said ROBERT WYBRANTS, part of the lands of Lysterfield
otherwise Coolnegere, and Gortmas containing 692 acres 3 roods
and 3 perches; Ardmullane, containing 302 acres 3 roods and 25
perches; part of Carrignagatt, containing 67 acres 1 rood and
19 perches; Lysterfield other wise Coolnegere, containing 18
acres 2 roods and 20 perches, statute measure, in the barony
of Athlone, and county of Roscommon ;—Ballywilliamreagh, in
the barony of Ballyboy, and King's County, containing 200
acres 3 roods and 17 perches: To hold upon the trusts,
intents, and purposes in said deed specified.—Inrolled 10th
March, 1837.

14. Deed, dated 4th March, 1837, between JOHN THOMAS DROUGHT,
of Whigsborough, in the King's County, of the first part; JOHN
ALEXANDER DROUGHT, of same, of the second part; and CHARLES
COTTEN BUTTERFIELD, of Petersfield, in the county of
Hampshire, and HUGH RYVES BAKER, of the city of Dublin, of the
third part: whereby, in order to bar and extinguish all
estates tail, and in consideration of 10s. a-piece, said JOHN
T. DROUGHT, and JOHN A. DROUGHT, granted, sold, and conveyed
to said CHARLES C. BUTTERFIELD, and HUGH R. BAKER, the lands
of Killeen, and one moiety of the fee of the lands of
Whigsborough otherwise DourasCloneen, and the Jurys,
containing 400 acres, plantation measure, and one moiety of
the fee of Ballincard and Ballinconoge, in the barony of
Eglish, and King's County : To hold subject to the jointure
and provisions in said deed contained, to the use of said JOHN
THOMAS DROUGHT, during his life, and after his decease to the
use of said JOHN ALEXANDER DROUGHT, his heirs and assigns for
ever.—Inrolled 17th March, *1387.* In book but probably should
be 1837.

15. Deed, dated 16th January, 1837, between ROBERT BATESON
SEYMOUR, of clonfert, in the county of galway, of the first
part; ELIZA HESTER LAWLOR, of Castlerickard, in the county of
Meath, of the second part; THOMAS EDMOND LANGLEY, of
Hunstanton, in the King's county, and WILLIAM SMITH, of
Merrion-square, in the city of dublin, of the third part; and
the Rev. JOHN LAWLOR, of Castlerickard, in the county of
Meath, and ANNE, his wife, of the fourth part : whereby, in
consideration of a marriage intended to be solemnized between
said ROBERT BATESON SEYMOUR, and ELIZA HESTER LAWLOR, and in
consideration of 10s., said ROBERT BATESON SEYMOUR granted,
sold, and confirmed to said thomas edmond langley, and WILLIAM
SMITH, the lands of Clashnakirane, containing 12 acres and 34
perches, next adjoining another part of said lands which is
set apart for glebe lands; part of Lenamore, containing 28
acres and 2 roods, and the lowlands, meadow, and pasture,
containing 36 acres 1 rood and 22 perches, with commonage, on
the north side only as far as the drain called Whitcomb's
drain, and bog and turbary, containing about 30 acres beyond
said drain; parts of Knockroe, Coolecain, and Lenamore,
containing 17 acres 2 roods and 2 perches; formerly part of
the demesne lands of clonfert, containing in the whole, beside
commonage and bog, 94 acres 2 roods and 18 perches plantation
measure ; a tenement on the north side of the church of
Clonfert, in the parish of clonfert, barony of Longford, and
county of Galway; held in fee farm from the ecclesiastical
commissioners, by deed bearing date the 14th april, 1836, at
the yearly rent of £53 14s.2d., and subject to the variations
in said grant mentioned; and also for the purpose of barring
and extinguishing all estates arising under the will of
MATTHEW HEMMINGS, bearing date the 30th september, 1833, and
in consideration of 10s., the said ELIZA HESTER LAWLOR, with
the approbation of her intended husband, granted and released
to said thomas edmond langley, and william smith, the lands of
Kilaltinagh, in the barony of Longford, and county of Galway:
to hold upon the trusts, intents, and purposes in said deed
specified.—inrolled 12th April, 1837.

16. Deed, dated 19th April, 1837, between JOHN DROUGHT LAWDER,
of Moyclare, in the King's County, of the first part; ROBERT
LAWDER, of same place, of the second part; and ROBERT
MAUNSELL, of Merion-square, in the city of Dublin, of the
third part: whereby, in order to bar and extinguish all
estates tail, and in consideration of 10s., said JOHN D.
LAWDER, with the approbation of said ROBERT LAWDER, granted,
sold, and conveyed to said ROBERT MAUNSELL, the lands of
Moyclare, otherwise the two Moyclares, in the King's Co.
barony of Garry Castle, and King's County: To hold for such
trusts, intents, and purposes as the said JOHN D. LAWDER
shall, by deed or deeds, limit or appoint, subject to the life
estate of the said ROBERT LAWDER, and without prejudice to the
trusts declared in a certain settlement, dated 13th November,
1812.-Inrolled 21st April, 1837.

17. Deed, dated 27th April, 1837, between SAMUEL WESLEY HANDY,
of Bracca Castle, in the county of Westmeath, of the one part;
and JOHN FETHERSTON, of Carrick, in said county, of the other
part; whereby the said SAMUEL WESLEY HANDY, for the purpose of
barring and extinguishing all estates tail, created by a
certain settlement, bearing date the 5th December, 1803, and
in consideration of 10s., granted and released to JOHN
FETHERSTON, the town and lands of Brackaghrea and Cooleylough,
in the barony of Moycashell, and county of WESTMEATH ;—
Aughrim, and the mill and miller's garden, containing 1400
acres, with the tolls and customs of the fairs and markets of
Aughrim, in the barony of Kilconnell, and county of Galway;-1
house in Saint James', in the city of DUBLIN,--and Kilmaleady,
in the King's co, barony of Kilcourcy, in the King’s County:
To hold in trust for the use of the said Samuel Wesley Handy,
his heirs and assigns for ever. Inrolled 3rd July, 1837. 

18.Deed, dated 20th July, 1837, between CHARLES WILMOT SMITH,
of Silver Hills, in the King's County, of the first part; MARY
SMITH, of the second part; GEORGE GOUGH, of Ardsalla, in the
county of Tipperary, of the third part; and ROBERT MAUNSELL,
of Merrion-square, in the city of Dublin, of the fourth part:
whereby, in consideration of 10s., in order to bar and
extinguish all estates tail, according to their respective
rights, the said CHARLES WILMOT SMITH, MARY SMITH, and GEORGE
GOUGH, granted and released to the said Robert Maunsell, the
town and lands of Tulla, otherwise Tullig, Killeny otherwise
Killeeny, in the barony of Moyarta; Killurane more,
Killuranebegg, and Killurane, in the barony of Tulla, and
county of Clare;—Knockatanacushlane, and Parkakillane and Pust
otherwise Post, being part of the lands of Carrickerely, in
the barony of Clanwilliam, and county of Limerick, To hold in
trust, for the use of the said CHARLES WILMOT SMITH, his heirs
and assigns forever, freed from all dower—Inrolled 21st July,
1837.

19. Deed, dated 26th June, 1837, between the Rev. JOHN STACK,
of Dromard, in the county of Sligo, and Harriet, his wife, of
the first part; and CHARLES MAURICE STACK, of Upper Merrion
street, in the city of Dublin, of the other part: whereby, in
order to bar, dock, and defeat all estates tail and
remainders, under the wills of EDMOND L’ESTRANGE, of
Hunstanton, and HENRIETTA MARIA L’ESTRANGE, the widow of the
said EDMOND, the said Rev. JOHN and HARRIETT STACK, in
consideration of 10s., granted and released to said CHARLES
MAURICE STACK, the one undivided one fifth part of the lands
of Ardorna, Camasbeg, and the holding in Moystown, on which
the flour mills of the said EDMOND L'ESTRANGE were built, and
that part of Camasmore, containing 76 acres, in the barony of
Garrycastle and King's County; —and also the undivided half in
the Island of Lehinch, in the river Shannon, in the barony of
Longford, and county of Galway : To hold intrust, subject to
the several conditions, provisoes,and declarations in said
deed mentioned.—Inrolled 14th November, 1837.

20. Deed, dated 21st November, 1837, between the Reverend
ROBERT GERALD MOONEY, of Sandy Cove Terrace, in the county of
Dublin, and ELIZA ANNE, his wife, of the first part; ALEXANDER
DEANE, of the city of Cork, and ROBERT ROBINSON, of Tullamore,
in the King's County, of the second part; and DANIEL CHAMBERS,
of Garton,in the county of Donegal, and the Reverend DANIEL
MOONEY, of the city of Dublin, of the third part: whereby, in
order to bar, dock, and defeat all estates tail, remainders,
and reversions, the said ROBERT GERALD MOONEY, and ELIZA ANNE,
his wife, in consideration of 10s., granted and released to
said DANIEL CHAMBERS and DANIEL MOONEY, one fourth part or
share to which the said ELIZA ANNE is entitled, as one of four
daughters of the late JOHN HARGRAVE, in the sum of £4,085 10s.
9d., secured by judgments against the Earl of Granard and
Viscount FORBES; also her one-fourth share of £8,049 17s., new
34 per cent. stock, vested in said ALEXANDER DEANE and ROBERT
ROBINSON, and the one-fourth part or share of her sister
SOPHIA HARGRAVE, deceased, in said securities and stocks and
funds; and also all other stocks, funds, trusts, monies, and
securities standing in the names of the said DEANE and
ROBINSON, to the produce of which, under the trusts of the
will of Abraham Hargrave, bearing date the 8th July, 1808, she
is entitled: To hold said stocks, funds, and securities,
discharged from all trusts, directions, powers, and
authorities, in the will of said ABRAHAM HARGRAVe expressed
and declared, to the uses, ends, intents, and purposes,
declared and contained in the marriage articles of the said
ROBERT GERALD MOONEY, and ELIZA ANNE, his wife, bearing date
the 16th June, 1837. Inrolled 2nd December, 1837.