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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
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21. Deed, dated 5th March, 1838, between CLIFFORD TROTTER, of
Foye, in the county of Down, of the first part; THOMAS
BERMINGHAM TROTTER, of the second part; and JOHN GALWAY, of
Summer-hill, in the county of Dublin, of the third part:
whereby the said CLIFFORD TROTTER and THOMAS BERMINGHAM
TROTTER, in order to un?etter all entails and remainders,
under certain marriage articles, bearing date the 13th
February, 1811, or by the deeds of the 3rd May, 1816, and 18th
March, 1834, and in consideration of 5s., granted and released
to said JOHN GALWAY, the island of Tonsinky otherwise Inchirke
Island, containing 140 acres 3 roods and 22 perches, with the
weir, in the King's County;-Killadulish otherwise
Killadoolish, containing 229 acres 2 roods and 26 perches;
Raheen, and Cloonamaskry, containing 345 acres, being part of
a farm then in possession of EYRE LYNCH, containing 373 acres;
more of the same, containing 50 acres 2 roods and 28 perches;
more of the same, containing 60 acres 3 roods and 12 perches,
in the county of Galway;-and also the lands and premises which
were allotted under a decree in the cause of Lord Clonbrook a.
Trotter, as numbered in said indenture of 18th March, 1834,
namely, Turlaghvahane alias Bermingham,called Lough Park, No.
1; more in the same, called the Mill holding, No. 7; more in
the same, called the Demesne and Deer-park, No. 9; part of
Lishowen alias Bracklough, No. 10; Carrowkell, and
Garrendarragh alias Stripe, in the possession of JOHN DALY,
No. 14; more in the same, in the possession of JOHN FLAHERTY,
No. 15; more in the same, in the possession of the
representatives of BARTHOLOMEW BIRD, No. 16: To hold said
lands and premises, released of all remainders, subject to the
residue of a term of 500 years, and the trusts therein
mentioned, to the life estate of the said CLIFFORD TROTTER,
and an annuity of 100l. to CATHERINE ELIZABETH TISDALL, and
then to the sole use of the said THOMAS B. TROTTER, his heirs
and assigns for ever.—Inrolled 10th March, 1838.

22. Deed, dated 18th April, 1838, whereby it is agreed between
EDWARD DUNNE, a General in Her Majesty's forces, Captain
FRANCIS DUNNE, and ROBERT HENRY FRENCH, Esq., of the city of
Dublin, that the said FRANCIS DUNNE should join in effectually
securing the sum of 8,3211. 18s. 8d. to RAYMOND PELLY, in
trust for the said ROBERT HENRY FRENCH, and make the same a
good lien, charge, and incumbrance on the fee and inheritance
of the estates, limited and appointed to the said FRANCIS
DUNNE, by a certain settlement, bearing date the 27th July,
1801, subject to the various judgments and mortgages affecting
the same ; and by another deed bearing date the 19th April,
1838, intended to be executed after the execution of the
present deed, the lands hereafter mentioned, are intended to
be conveyed and assigned by the said FRANCIS DUNNE, to RAYMOND
PELLY, and his heirs, subject as in the said deed mentioned,
that is to say, in the town and fields of Lisduff, containing
90 acres arable, and 48 acres wood and marsh; Ballyneelough
and Killenbraghen, containing 40 acres, in the territory of
Ely O'Carroll, King's County;-Ballyfarrell, Eskarta, Killart,
and Cappanagargy other wise Cappenagnaige, containing 48
acres, in Graigefolla, containing 47 acres, in Shracullen,
lying in the one quarter of Bohill otherwise Boyle, Derry,
Rossenure, Cappaghroe, Culvicknowell, and Aghinceross, except
80 acres arable and 60 acres wood and marsh, assigned to Thady
Dunne; 70 acres arable, and 130 acres wood and marsh, in
Brockagh, and Coolevolan otherwise Coolaboughlan, next
adjoining Cappabrogan and Bohill; 198 acres arable, 198 acres
wood and marsh, in Mounterneelick, Garryfolan, Garryconnagh,
Garrygabrid, Rin, Cappaghbeg, Derry, Graige, Camery,
Farrenclan, Keme, Garrykrinny, Ardaraghmoyle, and Gurtine,
Brittas, Garrough, Lackagh otherwise Lackeen, Skarrowne,
Kappaghbrogan, and Leckamone, except 106 acres assigned for
the Glebe lands of the church of Kilmanvan, in the territory
of Iregan, and Queen's County; the rectory of Cregan, commonly
called Rossanolis, Ryrymore, Killmanavan, and Castlebrack,
with all the Glebe lands,tithes, and appurtenances, in the
Queen's County; said deed witnessed that, in pursuance and
performance of said agreement, on the part of the said EDWARD
DUNNE, protector of said settlement, has given his consent to
such conveyance for securing the said sum of 8,321. 18s. 8d.,
to the said RAYMOND PELLY, as aforesaid, in trust, and the
consent hereby given is confined to the conveyance above
adverted to. —Inrolled 8th May, 1838.

23. Deed, dated 26th April, 1838, between MASKELYNE ALCOCK, of
Roughgrove, in the county of Cork, of the first part; THOMAS
WARE, Woodfort, in said county, of the second part; WILLIAM
WARE, of the city of Cork, of the third part; and WILLIAM
CRAWFORD, of Lakelands, in the south liberties of said city,
of the fourth part: whereby the said THOMAS and WILLIAM WARE,
in order to dock, bar, and destroy all estates tail, with the
consent of the said MASKELYNE ALCOCK, as protector of the will
of the late MASKELYNE ALCOCK, bearing date the 4th of
February, 1791, creating said estates tail, and thereby give
full operation and effect to certain indentures, and the
provisions of the same, in consideration of 10s.,granted and
released, according to their several and respective interests,
to said WILLIAM CRAWFORD, the town and lands of Farranivane,
containing 450 acres; Lisnabanry, and Miline, containing 300
acres; the chief rents arising out of the lands of West
Derrygarriffe, Killea, Granacoonig, Lisnegat, and Currovody,
in the barony of Kinalmeaky, and county of Cork;-the waste
plot of ground conveyed by the mayor, sheriffs, and commons of
the city of Cork, by indenture of the 25th and 26th days of
May, 1719, to Richard Harrison, containing in front, facing
the King's old castle, where it then stood, 39 feet without
the gate, then formerly called the custom-house, being at the
eastern corner of the street, now called Castle street, in the
parish of the Holy Trinity, and city of Cork : To hold to the
said WILLIAM CRAWFORD, his heirs and assigns, subject to the
payment of the respective principal sums of 7381, 9s. 23d.,
325l. 1 1s. 6d., 3691.4s. 7d., and 16861. 7 s. 6; d.,which are
to be secured by a deed intended to bear equal date herewith,
and then to such uses, intents, and purposes as the said
THOMAS WARE shall, by or will appoint, and in default to the
uses, provisoes, and conditions in said deed mentioned.—
Inrolled 25th May, 1838.

24. Deed, dated 24th May, 1838, between EDWARD LABARTE, of
Clonmel, in the county of Tipperary, of the one part; and
WILLIAM ACHESON, of said town, of the other part: whereby the
said Edward Labarte, in order to dock, bar, and extinguish all
estates tail, in consideration of 10s., granted and released
to said WILLIAM ACHESON, a stone house slated, with a thatched
house back ward, sometimes a common oven, at the end whereof
are waste walls, a stone house slated be twixt that and the
front house, now in the possession of JOHN MOORE, or his
under-tenant, in High street, in the parish of St. Mary's, in
the town of Clonmel, and county of Tipperary: To hold in
trust, for the use of the said EDWARD LABART, his heirs and
assigns for ever.—Inrolled 25th May,1838. 

25. Deed, Dated 26Th
September, 1838, Between THOMAS BERNARD, Of Castle Bernard, In
The King's County, Of The One Part; And ROBERT MAUNSELL, Of
Merrion-Square, Of The City Of Dublin, Of The Other Part:
Whereby The Said THOMAS BERNARD, In Pursuance Of A Certain
Agreement, And In Order To Bar, Defeat, And Destroy All
Estates Tail, Under And By Virtue Of Certain Articles Of
Settlement, Bearing Date The 28Th Day Of July,1814, In
Consideration Of 5S., Granted And Released To Said ROBERT
MAUNSELL, The Town And Lands Of Clonegenagh Otherwise
Clonegaugh, Otherwise Clonganah, In The Barony Of Clonlisk;
Gurtacurr Otherwise Gurtacorr, Otherwise Gurtacurra, Otherwise
Gurtacurramore, Clonsharina, Ballinglohan, And Durrowbegg, In
The Barony Of Ballyboy; The Impropriate Tithes Of Kinity And
Castletown, The Town And Lands Of North-West And South-East
Cumber Otherwise Cumer, In The Barony Of Ballybritt;
Rathgibbon And Rathure, In The Barony Of Eglish, And King's
County; — The 2 Messuages Or Tenements In Dublin-Street, In
The Town And County Of Carlow:—Forelacky, Pidgeonstown,
Cadamstown, Called The Curragh Of Cadamstown, And Two Thirds
Of The Tithes Of Cadanstown, Castletown, And Kinity, Part Of
Which Is Known As Castle Bernard, In The Barony Of Ballybritt,
In The King's County;-Cloughsutton, Garrybrit, And Clogheen,
And 10 Acres Of Bricane Wood, In The County Of Carlow, Held
Under The See Of Leighlin And Ferns: To Hold In Trust, For
Ever, Freed From The Estates Tail Of The Said Thomas Bernard,
Subject And Without Prejudice To A Jointure Of 800L. Or
1000L.,As The Case May Be, To His Mother, CHRISTIANA HENRIETTA
BERNARD, And To A Term Of 500 Years, And The Several Uses
Thereof, And Also To The Right Of His Mother To An Unexpired
Term Of 12 Years, From 19Th May, 1834, In The House, Demesne,
And Park Of Castle Bernard.—Inrolled 29Th October, 1838.

26. Deed, dated 10th November, 1838, between JAMES ROBERT
PUREFOY, of Banagher, in the King's County, of the one part;
and William Smith, of the same, of the other part: whereby the
said James Robert Purefoy, in order to dock, bar, and destroy
all estates tail and remainders, limited to him by the will of
his father, the Rev. THOMAS PUREFOY, bearing date the 21st
September, 1836, and in consideration of 5s., granted and
released to said WILLIAM SMITH, the part of the lands of
Clonbolloge and Clonmore, called Purefoy's-place, and
Clonkeen, in the barony of Coolestown, and King's County : To
hold said lands in trust, discharged of all estates tail, for
the use of the said JAMES R. PUREFOY, his heirs and assigns
for ever.—Inrolled 1st December,1838.

27. Deed, dated 12th June, 1838, between NICHOLAS BIDDULPH, of
Kingsborough, in the King's County, of the first part; RICHARD
BIDDULPH, of Maryboro’, in the Queen's County, and FRANCIS
WALLER BIDDULPH, of the province of Upper Canada, of the
second part; and JOHN HAWKSWORTH, of Forrest, in the Queen's
County, of the third part: whereby the said RICHARD BIDDULPH,
in consideration of a certain annuity of 50l.,from the death
of Dame ELIZABETH WALLER, during the life of the said NICHOLAS
BIDDULPH, secured by deed, bearing equal date herewith, and
the said FRANCIS WALLER BIDDULPH, in consideration of the sum
of 500l., heretofore paid by the said NICHOLAS, being his
portion or share of 1,500l., in a deed of settlement, bearing
date 26th August, 1833, mentioned, and in further
consideration of 10s., the said NICHOLAS BIDDULPH, with the
said RICHARD KNOX, of Blessington-street, in the city of
Dublin, and FRANCIS WALLER BIDDULPH, according to their
respective rights and interests, granted and released to the
said JOHN HAWKSWORTH, the town and lands of Fortall and
Aghavoly alias Ballynavoly, containing 712 acres 2 roods and
32 perches, plantation measure, with 23 acres 1 rood and 20
perches of bog, in as ample manner as John Dutton, formerly of
Fortall, deceased, enjoyed the same, and as Dame ELIZABETH
WALLER now holds 1839. , and enjoys the same; Cullimore
otherwise Coolenerney, containing 259 acres 3 roods and 3
perches, with 4 acres 2 roods and 26 perches of bog in as full
and ample a manner as the same were demised to NICHOLAS
BIDDULPH, by indentures of 10th October, 1695, and as the said
Dame ELIZABETH WALLER now enjoys the same, the barony of
Ballybritt, and King's County : To hold in trust, subject to
the several rents, debts, uses, powers, and in said deed
mentioned.—Inrolled 22nd February, 1839. 

28. Deed, dated 29th October, 1838, between Sir AUBREY De
Vere, OF CURRAGH, IN THE COUNTY OF LIMERICK, BART., AND DAME
Mary, his wife, of the first part; VERE EDMOND De VERE, of the
same, of the second part; and EDWARD MOORE, of Gardiner-
street, in the city of Dublin, of the third part: whereby the
said Vere Edmond DeVere, for the purpose of acquiring an
absolute estate in fee simple, and for barring and
extinguishing all estates tail and remainders, arising under
certain indentures bearing date the 12th May, 1807, and 1st
July, 1811, and thereby to carry into effect the intentions of
a deed pole dated 27th October, 1838, the said Sir AUBREY De
VERE and Dame MARY, his wife, and the said VERE EDMOND De
VERE, in consideration of 10s. granted and released to said
EDWARD MOORE, the one undivided twelfth part or share of that
part or parcel of land, containing 46 acres, plantation
measure, in the parish of Saint Thomas, within the liberties
of the city of Dublin, abutting on the east side on the sea or
river Liffey ; west, on the lands of the Earl of Drogheda ;
northwards, to the King's highway, leading from Ballybough
bridge to the city of Dublin: To hold said lands, discharged
of all estates tail of said VERE EDMOND De VERE, but subject
to such uses as the said Sir A. De VERE, and Dame MARY, his
wife, with the said VERE EDMOND De VERE, shall, by any deed,
limit, direct or appoint, and in default, to the heirs and
assigns of the said VERE E. De VERE.—Inrolled 22nd April,
1839.

29. Deed, dated 18th March, 1839, between REUBEN JOSEPH
FISHER, of the first part; HANNAH FISHER, of the second part;
and ABRAHAM FISHER, all of Youghal, in the county of Cork, of
the third part: whereby the said REUBEN J. and HANNAH FISHER,
for the purpose of extinguishing all estates tail, under and
by virtue of the will of the late JOSEPH REUBEN FISHER, dated
the 28th March, 1835, and in consideration of 430l., and of
10s., granted, sold, assigned, and for ever made over to said
ABRAHAM FISHER, their undivided part or share of the town and
lands of Coolcor, in the barony of Deacies, and county of
Meath ;—and Leninch, and Kilmuckland, in the barony of
Kilcoursy, and King's County : To hold said lands, discharged
of all estates tail; and as to the undivided moiety of the
said REUBEN J. FISHER, to the use of the said ABRAHAM FISHER,
his heirs and assigns for ever; and as to the remaining
undivided moiety, to the use of the said HANNAH FISHER, during
her life, and after her decease, to her husband and children,
in case she have any ; and in case she have none, to the use
of the said ABRAHAM FISHER, his heirs and assigns for ever.—
Inrolled 29th April, 1839,

30. Deed, dated 3rd July, 1839, between the Rev. JOHN
GALBRAITH, Rector of Tuam, in the county of Galway, of the
first part; REBECCA CARTER BARRETT, of Ballinasloe, in said
county, of the second part; NICHOLAS PALMER, a Lieutenant in
the 54th regiment of Bengal Native Infantry, of the third
part; WILLIAM CARTER BARRETT, of the fourth part; and THOMAS
LANCASTER, of Fortwilliam, in the county of Roscommon, of the
fifth part: whereas a marriage is shortly to be had and,
solemnized between the said REBECCA C. BARRETT and the said
NICHOLAS PALMER, and the said REBECCA, with the consent of her
said intended husband, in order to carry same into effect,
hath agreed that the sum of 1,050l., charged upon the lands of
Clonbiggan otherwise Lowville, in the county of Galway, under
the last will of GEORGE CLARKE, her grandfather, of Tencraft,
in the King's County, and which was assigned to the said
WILLIAM C. BARRETT, her father, by indenture bearing date the
1st November, 1825, should be assigned to trustees for the
trusts and purposes of her marriage settlement, bearing equal
date with this present deed, and also to dock, bar, and
extinguish all estates tail and remainders, in the ,lands and
premises to which she is entitled, under and by virtue of a
certain settlement bearing date the 19th September, 1815, and
therefore in consideration aforesaid, and the sum of
5s.,granted and released, with the consent of the said WILLIAM
C. BARRETT, NICHOLAS PALMER, and the said JOHN GALBRAITH, to
the said THOMAS LANCASTER, the one undivided third part of the
town and lands of Renkippin and Barnacurra, and l house in the
west part of High-street, in the town of Loughrea,and
Cahernavally otherwise Carnavally, in the county of Galway :
To hold said lands and premises, for the trusts and purposes
in said deed mentioned.—Inrolled 6th September, 1839. End of
King's County.