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Abstracts of Deeds Inrolled in Chancery -1835, Tipperary, Ireland

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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)

All for County Tipperary.

1.  Deed, dated 28th January, 1835, between HANNAH
PIM, of Baggot-street, spinster, of the first part;
ALEXANDER THOMPSON, of Fitzwilliam street, of the
second part; and DANIEL NORRIS, of Charles-street, in
the city of Dublin, of the third part: whereby said
HANNAH PIM and ALEXANDER THOMPSON, for the purpose of
barring and extinguishing all estates tail, in
consideration of 5s., granted, sold, and assigned unto
the said DANIEL NORRIS, the lands of Gerrard Boat, in
Graignedar rig, containing 48 acres, Clonteafe,
containing 6 acres, in the Barony of Eliogarty and
Ikerine, County of Tipperary: to hold to the said
Daniel Norris, upon trust to the use of said ALEXANDER
THOMPSON, his heirs and assigns, for ever, subject to
the conditions of redemption, contained in an indenture
of release dated 15th December, 1830. Inrolled 28th
Jan. 1835.

2.  Deed, dated 19th January, 1835, between EDWARD
CRANITCH QUINLAN, of the first part, and EDWARD DOHERTY
QUINLAN, both of the town of Tipperary, of the second
part ; and WILLIAM GUERIN, of Kingswell, in the county
of Tipperary, of the third part : whereby the said
EDWARD DOHERTY QUINLAN, with the consent of the said
EDWARD CRANITCH QUINLAN, and for the purpose of barring
and extinguishing all estates tail, by virtue of an
indenture dated 9th September, 1809, assigned unto said
WILLIAM GUERIN the sum of £3,000: To hold unto the said
WILLIAM GUERIN, to the intent that he may assign the
same unto PATRICK MORRESSY and WILLIAM HEUSTON, upon
the trusts contained in a deed dated 26th November,
1834, on the back of which is contained a deed, dated
19th January, 1835, between WILLIAM GUERIN of the one
part, and WILLIAM PATRICK MORRESSY and WILLIAM HEUSTON
of the other part: whereby said WILLIAM GUERIN assigned
unto said PATRICK MORRESSY and WILLIAM HEUSTON the sum
of money conveyed to him by the above recited deed.
Inrolled 30th Jan. 1835.

3.  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 Westmeath. 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, 120 acres, 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% 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 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.

4. Deed, dated 7th May, 1835, between Sir Sir George GEORGE
COCKBURN, of Shanganagh, in the county of Dublin of the
first part; the Rev. GEORGE COCKBURN, of the same, of the
second part ; and CHARLES ANDREW CALDWELL, of Audley-square,
in the county of Middlesex, and ARTHUR RIALL, of Westgrove,
in the county of Tipperary, of the third part: whereby, for
the purpose of barring and extinguishing all estates tail,
in consideration of the sum of 10s., the said Sir GEORGE
COCKBURN and the Rev. GEORGE COCKBURN, gave, granted, and
confirmed to said CHARLES ANDREW CALDWELL and ARTHUR RYALL,
the lands of Killadooly, in the barony of Ossory, and
Queen's County ;-Ballyvaston, Lismohan, and Lissoyd, Down.
in the barony of Lecale, and county of Down;– Dowdingstown,
the tithes of Herbertstown, in Kildare. the parish and
barony of Great Connell, county of KILDARE:—Haltown, in the
barony of Ratoath, Meath. and county of MEATH ;—a house in
in the parish of St. Mary's, in the city of DUBLIN : To hold
to said CHARLES ANDREW CALDWELL and ARTHUR RIALL, for such
uses and for such intents and purposes as the said George
Cockburne, sen. and jun., shall, by any deed or instrument,
direct, limit, or appoint, subject likewise to the trusts,
intents, conditions, and reservations contained in the
marriage settlement of Sir GEORGE COCKBURN, bearing date the
8th day of March, 1790.—Inrolled 9th May, 1835.

5. Deed, dated 9th January, 1835, between HENRY COLE BOWEN,
jun., of Bowen's-court, in the county of Cork, of the first
part; ARTHUR RIALL, of Westgrove, in the county of
Tipperary, and JOHN ARMSTEAD BRADDEL, of Mallow, in the
county of Cork, of the second part; ARUNDELL HILL, jun., of
Donaraile, in same county, and Rev. GEORGE EDMOND COTTER, of
Middleton, in the same county of the third part; and RICHARD
PLUMMER DAVIES, of Garland Cottage, in the same county, and
WILLIAM GALWAY, of Mallow aforesaid, of the fourth part:
whereby, for the purpose of making a provision for ELIZA
BOWEN the elder, and his brothers and sisters, and also for
his wife, ELIZA BOWEN the younger, and her children, for the
consideration of 10s., and also for the purpose of barring
and extinguishing all estates tail, said HENRY COLE BOWEN
granted, sold, and assigned to said ARTHUR RIALL and GEORGE
ARMSTEAD BRADDEL, the townlands of Farrihy, otherwise
Farihy, other wise Farahy, otherwise Bowen's-court, and Carr
hoe otherwise Carehue, in the barony of Fermoy, and county
of Cork;-Ballymacky otherwise Ballymackey, Knockaneglass
alias Knockaneglasse, Clonemore, Gurtnadromine otherwise
Gortnadromon, Cappagh, East Cappagh, West Cappagh, Umery,
Falleene otherwise Fulleene, Ballaghaveny, otherwise
Ballyveny, otherwise Ballyheny, 3 Clashes, 2 Pallaces
otherwise Pallices, Knockane, Curragheene, otherwise
Curraheene, otherwise Curryhine, otherwise Curriheene,
Clonaleagh, otherwise Clonleagh, otherwise Clongleagh,
Garranethurless, Kilgurteen, Garravally, Derrykennedy and
Derrykearney otherwise Derrycarney, in the barony of Lower
Ormond, and county of TIPPERARY : To hold unto the said
ARTHUR RIALL, in trust, for the uses, intents, and purposes
in said deed contained, without prejudice to the rights of
all persons prior to the estate tail of HENRY COLE BOWEN the
younger.—Inrolled 15th May, 1835

6. Deed, dated 11th June, 1835, between MARCUS CAREW MARCUS
CAREW RUSSELL, of Ballydavid, in the county of Tipperary, of
the first part; JOHN RUSSELL and FRANCES MARY, his wife, of
the second part; and JOSEPH HANLY, of Lower Gardiner-street,
in the city of Dublin, of the third part: whereby, for the
purpose of barring and extinguishing all estates tail, and
in consideration of 10s., said MARCUS C. RUSSELL and JOHN
RUSSELL granted, sold, and assigned to said JOSEPH HANLY the
town and lands of Ballydavid, Galbooly, Archersland,
Ballymurreen, and Derryhogane, in the barony of Eliogarty,
and county of TIPPERARY: To hold in trust to the use of the
said MARCUS C. RUSSELL, for his life, and afterwards to JOHN
RUSSELL, his heirs and assigns for ever.—Inrolled 15th June,
1835,

7. Deed, dated 17th July, 1835, between JOHN WILLINGTON
SHELTON, of Rossmore, in the county of Limerick, of the one
part; and JOHN MASSY, of the town and county of Tipperary,
of the other part: whereby, for the purpose of barring and
extinguishing all estates tail, comprised in a certain
indenture, bearing date the 29th day of July, 1789, and in
consideration of 10s., said JOHN W. SHELTON granted to said
JOHN MASSY, the town and lands of Ross or Rossmore,
Lisnabine, Croghteen and Reenturk, in the county of LIME
Rick : To hold in trust to the use of the said JOHN
WILLINGTON SHELTON, his heirs and

8.  Deed, dated 7th July, 1835, between DANIEL JAMES WEBB,
of Woodville, in the County of Tipperary, of the first part;
JAMES NAPIER WEBB, of the same place, of the second part;
and WILLIAM CHARLES QUIN, of the city of Dublin, of the
third part: whereby, for the purpose of barring, docking,
and extinguishing all estates tail, and in consideration of
10s., said DANIEL JAMES WEBB, and JAMES NAPIER WEBB,
granted, sold, and confirmed to the said CHARLES QUIN, the
town and lands of Maidstowne, in the Limerick. barony of
Coshma, and county of Limerick; Knocktoreen, in the same
county; Kilcollane, barony of Small County, same
county;-Cordless, Cork. barony of Orrery, and Kilmore, and
county of Cork;–Ballinoreeny, otherwise Ballinoreena, in
Limerick. the barony of Costlea, and county of Limerick: To
hold in trust for the uses, intents, and purposes in said
deed contained.—Inrolled 19th August, 1835.

9. Deed, dated 2nd July, 1835, between the Rev. CHARLES
DODGSON, of Daresbury, in the county Palatinate of
Chester, of the one part; and ROBERT WILFRED
SKEFFINGTON LUTWIDGE, of Lincoln's Inn, and   of the
Inner Temple, of the other part: whereby, for the
purpose of effectually barring and extinguishing all
estates tail, and in consideration of a marriage
heretofore solemnized between the said CHARLES DODGSON
and FRANCES JANE, his wife, the said Rev. CHARLES
DODGSON granted, bargained, and confirmed to the said
ROBERT WILFRED SKEFFINGTON LUTWIDGE, and HASSARD HUME
DODGSON, all the townships and lands of Garryduffe,
Baneard, and Knockpenny, with the commons and
fisheries; Clashganny otherwise Balysalagh, in the
barony of Iffa and Offa, and County of Tipperary : To
hold to the said ROBERT WILFRED SKEFFINGTON LUTWIDGE,
and HASSARD HUME DODGSON, in trust, to the several
uses and covenants as expressed in said deed.—In
rolled 17th September, 1835.

10. Deed, dated 14th September, 1835, between GEORGE
MASSEY, of Woodway-house, near Dedmartin,
Gloucestershire, of the one part; and HENRY WHITE, of
Torrington-square, in the county of Middlesex, of the
other part: whereby, in pursuance of an agreement, and
the consideration of £400, and a further consideration
of 5s., the said GEORGE MASSEY granted, sold, assigned,
and transferred to the said HENRY WHITE, one undivided
moiety of the lands of Saucestown (now called Arbour
Hill), Clonbrogan, and Mogerbane, in the barony of
Middlethird, and county of TIPPERARY: To hold to the
said HENRY WHITE, in trust, for the several uses and
purposes in said deed mentioned.—Inrolled 26th
September, 1835.

11. Deed, dated 4th June, 1835, between JANE EMMETT,
otherwise PATTEN, of the city and state of New York,
and ROBERT EMMETT, of said city, of the one part; and
EDMOND O'BRIEN BUTLER, of the city of Dublin, of the
other part: whereby, for the purpose of barring and
extinguishing all estates tail, and in consideration of
5s., said JANE and ROBERT granted and assigned to the
said EDMOND O'BRIEN BUTLER, the undivided moiety of the
lands of Crossil, Raheen, part of Kyle, and Bohererow,
situate in the county of Tipperary : To hold in trust
to the use of the said JANE and ROBERT, their heirs and
assigns for ever.—Inrolled 24th October.

12. Deed, dated 14th October, 1835, be tween Ralph
Smyth, of Cloghjordan, in the county of Tipperary, and
MARY, his wife ; DONAT LEE, of the city of Limerick,
and MARY, his wife; JAMES DARBY GOGGIN, of Tralee, in
the county of KERRY, and ELIZABETH, his wife; JOHN
ORMSBY STENSON, of the city of Limerick, and Amelia,
his wife, of the one part; and CROMWELL PRICE, of the
city of Limerick, of the other part: whereby, for the
purpose of barring and extinguishing all estates tail,
and in consideration of 10s., the following lands are
granted to said CROMWELL PRICE, that is to say, the
plots of ground marked A, B and C, part of South
Prior's Land, and two other plots of ground, part of
South Prior's Land; one plot containing in front to
Roche's-street 304 feet, in rere 346 feet, on one side
592 feet, and on the other side 306 feet 6 inches; the
other plot containing in front to said street 598 feet,
in rere 262 feet 3 inches, on the north side 232 feet,
and on the south side 294 feet; another plot of the
South Prior's Land, marked on the map A, A, containing
2 acres 2 roods 37 perches; another part of said lands,
containing 1 acre 38 perches; and also one other part
of said lands, containing 4 acres 3 roods 28 perches,
together with the tithes, situate in Boherbue, parish
of St. Michael, in the south liberties of the city of
Limerick; two houses in East Watergale-lane, in the
parish of St. John, in said city; and also another plot
of ground, part of South Prior's Land, containing on
the north in depth 198 feet 8 inches, including a lane
or passage 18 feet wide, and on the south in depth 197
feet 6 inches ; on the east, in front of
William-street, 114 feet 6 inches, and on the west, in
front by Thomas-street, 137 feet 6 inches, together
with the tithes; also another plot of said ground,
containing on the north 197 feet 8 inches, including a
lane or passage of 18 feet, on the south 197 feet,
including a lane of 18 feet wide, on the east 66 feet,
and on the west 66 feet, together with the tithes in
the parish of St. Michael, South liberties of said
city: To hold to the said CROMWELL PRICE, in trust, for
the use of EDWARD LLOYD, of Heathfield, in the county
of Limerick, pursuant to a deed of bargain and sale, of
equal date herewith, for the considerations, and upon
the terms, trusts, and conditions therein limited and
declared.—Inrolled 28th October, 1835.

13. 126.-Deed, dated 23rd October, 1835, be-
tween GEORGE GOUGH, the elder, of Ardsalla, in
the county of Tipperary, of the first part; and GEORGE
GOUGH, the younger, of the same place, of the second
part ; the Rev. THOMAS BUNBURY GOUGH, Dean of Derry,
and JOHN CROKER, of Ballinaguard, in the county of
Limerick, of the third part; MARGARET BAGWELL, of
Marlfield, in said county of Tipperary, and MARY
BAGWELL, spinster, of the fourth part; BENJAMIN FREND,
of Rocklow, and JOHN BAGWELL, of Marlfield, in the said
county, of the fifth part; and Major-General Sir HUGH
GOUGH, of Rathronan House, in said county, and HENRY
CROKER, of Williamsfort, in the county of Limerick, of
the sixth part : whereby, in pursuance of a marriage
intended to be solemnized between the said George
Gough, the younger, and MARY BAGWELL, and in
consideration of the sum of 7000l., her marriage
portion, and in order to defeat and destroy all estates
tail, and a further consideration of 10s., the said
GEORGE GOUGH, the elder, and GEORGE GOUGH, the younger,
GEORGE BUNBURY GOUGH, and WILLIAM CROKER granted, sold,
and assigned to the said BENJAMIN FREND, and JOHN
BAGWELL, the town - and lands of Cleyduffe,
Carroweraheene, Ballylosky, Carrowmartin, Granesha,
Garranewootra City. otherwise Garrane-Ikey, otherwise
Graneoughtra, and Ballynacloughy, containing 24 acres;
Garranekeagh, containing 33 acres, in the parish of
Castleconnell, and county of the city of Limerick
Ballyqui, containing 319 acres 2 roods 30 perches; and
Tworadayle, containing 627 acres 2 roods 30 perches, in
the parish of Temple Mungrett, manor of Castle Mungrett,
and county of the city of Limerick: To hold to the said
BENJAMIN FREND, and JOHN BAGWELL, in trust, for the
payment of a jointure to said MARY BAGWELL, for the
sums of £600 and £200 per-annum, and subject to the
several uses, covenants, and limitations in said deed
mentioned and declared.—Inrolled 18th November, 1835.

14. Deed, dated 18th July, 1835, between SUSANNAH MARY WYLY,
of 35, Booth-street, Spittle field, in the county of
Middlesex, of the first part; ROBERT WYLY, of Kingsland, in
the county of Middlesex, of the second part; and Robert
Montagu Hume, of St. Mildred's Court, Poultry, in the city
of London, of the third part: whereby, for the purpose of
finally determining all differences between the said
Susannah MARY WYLY, and ROBERT WYLY, in relation to an
annuity of £16-11s., arising out of certain hereditaments in
the lands of Kilbaron and Knockabella, in the barony of
Lower Ormond, and county of TIPPERARY, and in consideration
of 5s., the said SUSANNAH M WYLY and ROBERT WYLY granted,
sold, and confirmed to said ROBERT MONTAGU HUME, the said
annuity of 16l. 1 1s., and all arrears now due : To hold in
trust to the use of the said ROBERT MONTAGU HUME, upon the
trusts expressed and declared concerning the same in said
deed.— Inrolled 14th December, 1835.

15. Deed, dated 10th August, 1835, between ANNA HUTCHINSON,
of Mount Heaton, in the King's County, and JOHN DAWSON
Duckett, of Duckett'sgrove, 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 Oldtown, 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.