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ABSTRACTS OF DEEDS INROLLED IN CHANCERY -1835, WEXFORD, 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 Wexford

1. Deed, dated the 23rd February, 1835, between THOMAS
DERINZY, of Clobemon-hall, in the county of Wexford, of the
first part; MATTHEW THOMAS DERINZY, of the second part ; and
HENRY IRVINE, of Hardwick-place, in the city of Dublin, of
the third part: whereby said MATHEW THOMAS DERINZY, for the
purpose of barring and extinguishing all estates tail, and
in consideration of 5s., granted and conveyed to said HENRY
IRVINE, the manor, town, and lands of Clobernon, Knockviagh,
Ballingale, Kildalow, Ballymurragh, Ballyboy, Strutuart,
Raheen, Rahin, Kilday, Drumgristy, Ballynfurtis,
Ballyidmond, and Millerlands, in the barony of Scarrawwalsh,
and county of Wexford : To hold (without prejudice to the
life estate of said THOMAS DERINZY) unto the said HENRY
IRVINE, discharged of all estates tail of the said MATHEW
THOMAS DERINZY, for ever.—Inrolled 27th February, 1835.

2. Deed, dated 9th April, 1835, between the Rev. FRANCIS
PENTLAND, of Rathmanee Glebe, in the county of Wexford, of
the one part; and JOHN TEW ARMSTRONG, of Old Dominick-
street, in the city of Dublin, of the other part: whereby,
for the purpose of barring and extinguishing all estates
tail, and in consideration of 10s., said FRANCIS PENTLAND
granted, sold, and assigned to said Arm strong, the town and
lands of Clane, containing 82 acres 1 rood 10 perches, in
the parish and barony of Clane, and county of KILDARE : To
hold unto said JOHN TEW ARMSTRONG, to such uses, intents and
purposes as the said FRANCIS PENTLAND shall, by any deed or
instrument, direct, limit or appoint. — Inrolled 13th April,
1835.

3. Deed, dated 11th March, 1835, between EDWARD BEATTY, of
Healthfield, in the county of Wexford, of the first part;
DAVID BEATTY, of the same, of the second part; and THOMAS
BEATTY, of the city of Dublin, of the third part: whereby,
for the purpose of barring and extinguishing all estates
tail, said DAVID BEATTY, in consider of £1000, and said
Edward Beatty, granted, bar gained, and sold to said THOMAS
BEATTY, the town and lands of Old Growtown, otherwise
Grovetown, containing 140 acres 1 rood; New Growtown
otherwise Grovetown, containing 201 acres 2 roods 32
perches; Little Tomcoile otherwise Torncoole, 77 acres 2
roods; Ballynard otherwise Ballinlard, containing 88 acres 3
roods 14 perches; Garriadine otherwise Garrydrine,
containing 101 acres; Great Cooles and Little Cooles,
containing 386 acres 2 roods 13 perches, in the barony of
Shilmalier, and county of Wexford: To hold to said THOMAS
BEATTY, upon trust, to raise a sum of £9,300, for the
purposes in said deed mentioned.—In rolled 22nd April, 1835.

4. Deed, dated 28th May, 1835, between GEORGE POWELL
Houghton, of Kilmanock-house, in the county of Wexford, of
the one part; and GEORGE GLASCOTT, of Camolan, in same
county, of the other part: whereby said Houghton, for the
purpose of barring and extinguishing all estates tail, in
consideration of 5s., granted, sold, and assigned to said
GEORGE GLASCOTT, the town and lands of Ballianne, containing
1,950 acres, with its sub-denominations, called Ballinvega,
Poolcople, Barstookey, Gobbinstown, and Rathgeroge, in the
barony of Bantry, and county of Wexford ; Rathumney,
containing 700 acres, in the barony of Shelburne, same
county;-Ballydonagh, containing 400 acres, in the barony of
Long ford, and county of Galway : To hold to and for such
trusts, intents, and purposes, as shall be expressed by a
certain instrument prepared contemporaneous with these
presents between the aforesaid parties.— Inrolled 4th June,
1835

5. Deed, dated 15th June, 1835, between JOHN WADDY, of Clough
East Castle, in the county of Wexford, of the one part, and
THOMAS REDMOND, of Wexford, of the other part; whereby, in
consideration of 10s., and for the purpose of barring and
extinguishing all estates tail, the said JOHN WADDY granted,
sold, and assigned to the said THOMAS REDMOND, the town and
lands of Clough East, Wexford. with the mill, in the barony
of Forth, and county of WEXFORD : To hold in trust to the
use of the said JOHN WADDY, his heirs and assigns for ever.—
In rolled 15th June, 1835.

6. Deed, dated 5th August, 1835, between BEAUCHAMP URQUHART
COLCLOUGH, of Bloomfield Lodge, in the county of Carlow, and
JANE COLCLOUGH otherwise ROBINSON, his wife, of the first
part ; SARAH ROBINSON, of Newtownbarry, in the county of
Wexford, of the second part; and GEORGE ROBINSON, of
Gortakeehan, and WILLIAM ROBINSON, of Monaghan, both in the
county of Monaghan, of the third part: whereby the said
BEAUCHAMP URQUHART COLCLOUGH, in consideration of his
marriage with JANE, his present wife, and also in
consideration of 5s., granted, sold, assigned, and confirmed
to the said George and WILLIAM ROBINSON, the one undivided
moiety (the whole into two equal moieties to be divided.) of
Gortakeehan, called Ballyleck, containing 24 acres, in the
barony of Monaghan; Cadagh, containing 64 acres, in the
barony of Cremorn; and Stripe, in or at Tully, containing 3
acres;–a tenement containing two houses, in the Diamond of
the town of Monaghan; one house in Back-street, and one
house in Glasslough-street, in said town;– Mullaghadun,
containing 3 acres 2 roods ; a meadow in the townland of
Mullaghmat, containing 3 acres, in the barony and county of
Monaghan,; and also all sums of money, bonds, debts, stocks,
funds, and securities: To hold to the said George and
WILLIAM ROBINSON, in trust, to the several uses and
limitations in said deed mentioned.—Inrolled 19th September,
1835. 

7. Deed, dated 1st October, 1835, between WILLIAM
GARDE, of Stephen's-Green, in the city of Dublin, and
ELIZABETH GARDE, his wife, of the one part; and the Rev.
JAMES KENNEDY, of Ardhea House, in the county of Tyrone, of
the other part: whereby, in consideration of 3000l., the
said WILLIAM GARDE, and ELIZABETH, his wife, granted, sold,
assigned, and made over to the said JAMES KENNEDY, part of
the lands of Chimage otherwise Kimmage, containing 22 acres
1 rood and 4 perches, in the parish of Rathfarnham, and
county of Dublin. Doncormuck and the Hill of Ballary,
containing 145 acres 3 roods and 12 perches, in the barony
of Bargy, and county of Wexford;—the piece of ground, No 60,
east side of St. Stephen's-Green, containing in front 24
feet, in depth, on the north side, 165 feet, in breadth 24
feet, and in depth, on the south side, 150 feet, in the
parish of St. Peter, and county of the city of DUBLIN ;—
Merrifalls otherwise. Meadowfalls, containing 26 acres, in
the parish of St. Margaret, barony of Coolock, county of
DUBLIN : To hold to the said JAMES KENNEDY, until the sum of
3000l. be paid, with interest, at the rate of 5 per cent.,
and then to the use of the said WILLIAM and ELIZABETH GARDE,
their heirs and assigns for ever.—Inrolled 15th October,
1835. 8. 139.—Deed, dated 4th September, 1835, between
VICTOR EMANUEL O'FERRALL, of Ballyane, in the county of
Wexford, of the one part; and THOMAS CROZIER, of Rutland-
square East, in the county of Dublin, of the other part:
whereby, for the purpose of barring and extinguishing all
estates tail, and in consideration of 5s., said VICTOR E.
O'FERRALL granted and assigned to said THOMAS CROZIER, the
towns and lands of Ballynabooby, in the barony of Bantry;
Belgrove, in the barony of Bargy; Coolraheen and Ashestown,
in the barony of Shelmalier ; Great Mooretown, in the barony
of Bargy; Poulcoppele otherwise Lawrelhill, Ballyane and
Prospect Farm, in the barony of Bantry; the lands and bog of
Rathumney, in the barony of Shelburne, and tenements in the
town of New Ross, situate in the county of Wexford–Glashare
and Coolmacrutta, in the barony of Galmoy, and county of
Kilkenny : To hold in trust for the use of the said VICTOR
EMANUEL O'FERRALL, his heirs and assigns for ever.—Inrolled
12th December, 1835.