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ABSTRACTS OF DEEDS INROLLED IN CHANCERY -1836, 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
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All spelling as per Book)

All for County Wexford

10. Deed, dated 21st January, 1836, between THOMAS WALKER,
of Belmont, in the county of Wexford, of the first part ;
CHARLES ARTHUR WALKER, of the second part; and JOHN RADCLIFF,
jun., of Upper Pembroke-street, in the city of Dublin, and
ROBERT MOLESWORTH, of Summer-hill, in said city, of the
third part: whereby, in consideration of an intended
marriage between the said CHARLES A. WALKER, and Miss
ELEANOR LEIGH, and for the purpose of barring and
extinguishing all estates tail, and in consideration of
10s., said THOMAS WALKER, and CHARLES ARTHUR WALKER granted,
sold, and conveyed to said JOHN RADCLIFF, and ROBERT
MOLESWORTH, the lands of Brayestown, Tagunan otherwise
Tagunnane, Great and Little Loughgunan otherwise Gunnan,
Ting otherwise Tingtown, Little Ballynasse, Great
Ballynasse, Knockeough otherwise Knockruth, Piercestown,
Hodge's Mill, Graig, Inhon part or park, and Little
Pulsallagh or Poulsallagh, in the barony of Forth, and
county of Wexford : To hold upon the trusts, and to and for
the intents and purposes expressed and declared in a certain
deed contemporaneous with these presents, made between said
THOMAS WALKER, CHARLES ARTHUR WALKER, and others.-Inrolled
17th February, 1837,

11. Deed, dated 18th April, 1836, between ARTHUR MEADOWS, of
Hermitage, in the county of Wexford, MARGARET MEADOWS, and
ELEANOR DARCY MEADOWS, of the first part; and LOFTUS OWEN,
of Woodlands, in said county, and ROBERT SMYTH, of
Stephen's-green, 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 Arthur
MEADOWS, MARGARET MEADOWS, and ELEANOR DARCY MEADOWS,
granted, sold, and assigned to said LOFTUS OWEN and ROBERT
SMYTH, the town and lands of Whitestown, with the quarries,
on part of which a dwelling-house and other improvements
have been lately erected, and are known by the name of
Hermitage, in the barony of Forth, and county of Wexford ;-a
plot of ground, on which several houses are built, in the
parish of St. Iberius, in the town of Wexford : To hold in
trust for the use of said ARTHUR, MARGARET, and ELEANOR
DARCY MEADOWS, as set forth in a deed bearing equal date
herewith.-Inrolled 19th April, 1836.

12. Deed, dated 20th April, 1836, between ELLEN SMITH. of
Milford, in the county of Tipperary, of the first part;
RALPH SMITH SMITH, of the same, of the second part; JOSEPH
DEANE, of Stokes town, in the county of Wexford, of the
third part; and WILLIAM HAMILTON ROE, of Foster-place, in
the city of Dublin, of the fourth part: whereby, for the
purpose of barring and extinguishing all estates tail, and
in consideration of 10s., said ELLEN SMITH and RALPH SMITH
SMITH, granted, sold, and assigned to the said WILLIAM
HAMILTON ROE, discharged of the jointure of 100l. a-year,
payable to the said ELLEN SMITH, the town and lands of
Kilgasky otherwise Lisludican, containing 196 acres and 27
perches, Kilcarran otherwise Kilcarrow, part of Lisludican,
containing 150 acres; part of Quillaghs containing 92 acres;
part of Lisseenboy, called the Millholding, containing 11
acres; part of Ballinruddery, containing 72 acres 2 roods
and 12 perches; part of Quillagh, containing 45 acres and 20
perches; part of Quillagh, containing 55 acres 1 rood and 38
perches; Watters' part of Quillagh, called Commons,
containing 15 acres 2 roods; Lisseenboy (the house
division), called Milford, containing 40 acres, in the
barony of Lower Ormond; Coogy, Cappanalea, otherwise
Cappanalea, otherwise Cappanaleagh, Lower and Upper
Knockeinkill, together with the commons lately enclosed, in
the barony of Kilnemanagh, and county of TIPPERARY : To hold
to the said WILLIAM H. ROE, in trust, subject to a charge of
4,000l. and interest, to the trust term of 300 years, and to
a sum of 6,500l. agreed to be lent to the said Ellen Smith
and RALPH SMITH SMITH, by JOSEPH DEANE, and to the other
uses in said deed mentioned.—Inrolled 25th April, 1836.

13. Deed, dated 11th May, 1836, between JOHN BEAUMAN, of
Hyde Park, in the county of Wexford, and JANE, his wife, of
the one part; and PHILIP WOODROOFE, of Lower Mount-street,
in the city of Dublin, of the other part: whereby, for the
purpose of barring and destroying all estates tail, in
consideration of 10s., said JOHN BEAUMAN granted, sold, and
assigned to said PHILIP WOODROOFE, the town and lands of
Crandaroge, Tommekely, Tincurra, Ballymacka, Kilybrignet,
Upper and Lower Moycole otherwise Hyde Park, Aughulhen,
Crane's plot, in the town of Coolgreny, in the barony of
Gorey, and county of Wexford ; Cookstown, Crandaniel, and
Tinneru, in the barony of Ballaghkeene, same county;—a
messuage, house, or tenement, with the two plots of ground,
in the town of Arklow, in the county of Wicklow : To hold in
trust for the use of the said JOHN BEAUMAN, his heirs and
assigns for ever.—Inrolled 11th May, 1836.

14. Deed, dated 14th June, 1836, between NICHOLAS
FITZGERALD, and DOROTHEA, his wife, both of the town of
Wexford, of the first part; DOROTHEA FITZGERALD, and SARAH
FRANCES FITZGERALD, spinsters, of the second part; and
GEORGE HENRY JACOB, of the third part: whereby, for the
purpose of barring and extinguishing all estates tail, and
in consideration of 5s., the said DOROTHEA and Sarah Frances
Fitzgerald granted, sold, and confirmed to the said GEORGE
HENRY JACOB, the town and lands of Gortnaging otherwise
Gortnaquiggy, in the parish of Arboe; and Gortnaglough and
Ballygittle, in the parish of Clonoe, barony of Dungannon,
and county of Tyrone: To hold in trust for the uses and
purposes in said deed mentioned.— Inrolled 22nd June, 1836.

15. Deed, dated 18th June, 1836, between MARTIN TIMMONS, of
the city of Dublin, and ANNE, his wife, of the one part; and
M'CARTHY Colclough, of Enniskillen, in the county of
Fermanagh, and Beauchamp Urquhart Colclough, of
Newtownbarry, in the county of Wexford, of the other part:
whereby, for the purpose of barring and extinguishing all
estates tail, in consideration of 10s., said MARTIN and ANNE
TIMMONS granted, sold, and confirmed to the said M. Carthy
and Beauchamp Urquhart Colclough, the one undivided fifth
part of one undivided moiety of the following lands and
premises; Munganstown, containing 326 acres, in the barony
of Farbill, and county of WESTMEATH;—the dwelling-house,
brew house, and malt-house on the Poddle-water, and New-row,
in the liberties of Thomas-court and Donore, and county of
Dublin;-the messuage and garden in Patrick-street, together
with a plot of ground in said street, and the several plots
of ground in Golden-lane, on which are built 5 houses,
situate in the city of DUBLIN ;–Kilcrocats, Harwood, in the
barony of Moyferma, and county of MEATH ;—tenements in the
west side of Newstreet, in the city of DUBLIN ; and in the
sum of 1,492/. 0s. 10d., Government 3% per cent., now in the
Bank of Ireland, to the credit of the Commissioners of Wide
Streets, and HENRY and BEAUCHAMP COLCLOUGH : To hold to the
said M'CARTHY and BEAUCHAMP U. COLCLOUGH in trust, for the
several uses and subject to conditions in said deed
mentioned.—Inrolled 23rd June, 1836.

16. Deed, dated 8th June, 1836, between the Reverend CASTOR
CLEMENTS, of Lifford, in the county of Donegal, and MARGERY
ANN, his wife, of the one part; and NICHOLAS GOODALL, of
Moatpark, in the county of Wexford, of the other part:
whereby, in consideration of the sums of 800l., and 5s., and
for the purpose of barring all estates tail, the said CASTOR
CLEMENTS and MARGERY ANN, his wife, granted, sold, and
assigned to the said NICHOLAS GOODALL, the town and lands of
Levahey, containing 52 acres, in the parish of Dorryvolin,
barony of Tyrkennedy, and county of FERMANAGH : To hold to
the said NICHOLAS GOODALL, his heirs and assigns for ever.—
Inrolled 28th July, 1836.

17. 256.-Deed, dated 30th April, 1836, between WALTER HORE,
of Harperstown, in the county of Wexford, of the first part;
WILLIAM HORE, of the second part; the Right Honorable James,
Lord Ruthven, of Freeland-house, North Britain, SAMUEL HORE,
of Lamberton, in the county of Wicklow, of the third part;
and BENJAMIN VICARY, of the town of Wexford, of the fourth
part: whereby, for the purpose of barring, docking, and
extinguishing all estates tail, and in consideration of
10s., the said WALTER and WILLIAM HORE, ranted, bargained,
and confirmed to the said BENJAMIN VICARY, the town and
lands of Harperstown, Taghman, and its sub-denominations;
part of Clonerane, Pattmarle, and Cloughculleta; the lands
of Traceystown, Woortown, Hightown, Waddingtown, Aughnegan,
part of Drinagh, part of Rochestown, and Muchmead, in
Arpunestown, 4 acres, situate in the county of Wexford: To
hold to the said BENJAMIN VICARY, for the several uses,
intents, and purposes in said deed expressed and declared.—
Inrolled 23rd August, 1836.

18. Deed, dated 19th May, 1836, between WILLIAM MADDEN
GLASCOTT, of Pilltown, in the county of Wexford, of the one
part; and JOHN GLASCOTT the elder, of Banna Lodge, in said
county, and JOHN GLASCOTT, the younger, of Leeson-street, in
the county of Dublin, of the other part: whereby, in
consideration of an intended marriage between t he said
WILLIAM MADDEN GLASCOTT, and ELIZABETH HARRIETT LUCY BOYD,
and in order to destroy all estates tail, and in
consideration of 10s., the said WILLIAM MADDEN GLASCOTT
granted, sold, and assigned to the said John Glascott the
elder and younger, the town and lands of Glinn, Rosbercon,
Chilcomb, Bulgersland, Raheen Hop Marsh, Garron Beahy, and
Dunket, in the county of KILKENNY;—Bishop's Court, Friary
Abbey, and Stephen's Meadows, in the liberties of New Ross;
Old Court, Ballykelly, Knocka, Knockanasa, Polemalow, and
White Church, in the county of Wexford : To hold in trust,
for the uses of a certain deed of marriage settlement,
bearing equal date herewith.-Inrolled 25th August, 1836.

19. Deed, dated 9th April, 1836, between ELIZA JANE DOYNE,
of Hollyville, in the county of Dublin, of the first part ;
PHILIP DOYNE, of Merrion-square, in the city of Dublin, of
the second part; PHILIP POWLETT DOYNE, of Bath, in the
county of Somerset, of the third part; JOHN FARRELL, of
Kingsford, in the county of Meath, of the fourth part; the
Rev. CHARLES WILLIAM DOYNE, of Fethard, in the county of
Wexford, clerk, of the fifth part; PHILIP POWLETT. DOYNE, of
the sixth part; BURY DOYNE, of White Waltham, in the county
of Berks, of the seventh part; ROBERT DOYNE, of Borris, in
the county of Carlow, of the eighth part; ROBERT WHITE,
formerly of Borris Castle, now of Oldglass, in the Queen's
County, and ANNE, his wife, of the ninth part; ELIZA DOYNE,
of Hollyville, in the county of Dublin, of the tenth part;
and WILLIAM HAMILTON, of Durrow, in the county of Kilkenny,
and HENRIETTA, his wife, of the eleventh part; and ROBERT
SIMPSON, of Summerhill, in the city of Dublin, of the
twelfth part: whereby, for the purpose of barring and
extinguishing all estates tail, and in consideration of 5s.
apiece, said ELIZA JANE DOYNE, PHILIP DOYNE, PHILIP POWLETT
DOYNE, and JOHN FARRELL, granted, sold, and con firmed to
said ROBERT SIMPSON, the town and lands of Cargain otherwise
Ballycarney Park, Quinagh, with the bog and boggy pastures,
in the barony and county of Carlow: To hold in trust for the
use of the said ELIZA JANE DOYNE, her heirs and assigns for
ever, subject to the several charges and encumbrances
specified in the schedule to this deed affixed. Inrolled 7th
October, 1836.

20. Deed, dated 31st October, 1836, between WILLIAM JOHNSON,
of Oldtown, in the county of Wicklow, and RACHAEL, his wife,
of the one part; and JOHN WILSON BARLOW, of Upper Merrion-
street, in the city of Dublin, of the other part: whereby,
for the purpose of barring and extinguishing all estates
tail, and all right to dower of said RACHAEL, said WILLIAM
JOHNSON, and RACHAEL, his wife, granted, sold, and confirmed
to said JOHN WILSON BARLOW, a moiety of the rectory and
parsonage of Arklow and Kilmageoge, counties of Wexford and
Wicklow, with a moiety of one moiety of the tithes,
oblations, obventions, glebes, and other privileges; a
moiety of a weir, and right of fishing in the manor and
river of Arklow; a moiety of the Abbey lands of Arklow,
known as the monastery lands, containing 67 acres: To hold
in trust, to the use of said WILLIAM JOHNSON.—Inrolled 9th
November, 1836.

21. Deed, dated 17th October, 1836, between WILLIAM
PEMBERTON PIGOTT, of Slevoy Castle, in the county of
Wexford, of the first part; GEORGE POWELL PIGOTT, of same
place, of the second part; and CAESAR SUTTON, of Long Graig,
and DAVID BEATTY, of Borodale, both in said county of
Wexford, of the third part: whereby, for the purpose of
barring and extinguishing all estates tail, and in
consideration of 10s., said WILLIAM PEMBERTON PIGOTT, and
GEORGE POWELL PIGOTT, granted, sold, and confirmed unto said
CAESAR SUTTON and DAVID BEATTY, the lands of the three
Balgans otherwise Bulgans, otherwise Bulgins, otherwise
Bulgaureagh, containing 350 acres, in the barony of Bantry,
and county of Wexford —Great and Little Balnabarna,
containing 225 acres, in the barony of Moycashell, and
county of Westmeath. To hold to and for the several uses,
intents, and purposes declared, limited, and appointed in
and by a certain indenture of release, dated the 3rd July,
1834.—Inrolled 11th November, 1836.

22. 314.—Deed, dated 26th November, 1836, between CHARLES
ROBERT FRIZELL, of Stapolem, in the county of Dublin, of the
first part; RICHARD FRAZER FRIZELL, of the same, of the
second part; and DANIEL FREDERICK BRADY, of Dominick-street,
in the city of Dublin, of the third part: whereby, for the
purpose of docking and extinguishing all estates tail,
created by the will of RICHARD FRIZELL, bearing date 11th
April, 1804, and in consideration of 10s., said CHARLES R.,
and RICHARD F. FRIZELL, granted, sold, and assigned to the
said DANIEL F. BRADY, the town and lands of Usquemore and
Usquebegg, otherwise Askemore and Askebegg, otherwise
Askymore and Askybegg, in the barony of Scarawalsh; also the
lands of Dunard otherwise Donard, Ballygallwart otherwise
Ballygalwart, otherwise Ballygalworth, together with the
rights and liberty of commonage, and grazing of cattle on
the commons of Bantry, and the right of cutting turf on the
bog of Ballynabarney, in the barony of Bantry, and county of
Wexford : To hold in trust for the uses, purposes, and
provisoes in said deed . Inrolled 9th December, 1836.

23. Deed, dated 9th December, 1836, between the Most Noble
JOHN, Marquess of Ely, of the first part; the Honorable JOHN
HENRY LOFTUS, commonly called Lord Viscount LOFTUS, of the
second part; and JOHN HARE, of Upper Fitzwilliam-street, in
the city of Dublin, of the third part: whereby said Marquess
of Ely, and the said Lord Viscount LOFTUS, with the consent
of the said Marquess, each according to his interest,
created by the will of HENRY, Earl of Ely, bearing date the
30th day of August, 1778, in order to bar and extinguish all
estates tail, and in consideration of 10s. to each of them
paid, granted, bargained, and sold to said JOHN HARE, the
manor of Fethard otherwise Fetheard, otherwise Fidert,
otherwise Fighthard, and Kilcoggin, otherwise Kilcloggan,
with the lands; Aldridge, Ballynfile, Ballystrane otherwise
Ballystraw, Ballyveroge otherwise Ballyverogue, Ballystowne
otherwise Baylistown, Ballygow, . otherwise Bourkestown,
Booley otherwise Booly, Ballynery, Ballyroan, Conna
otherwise Connah, Cess, Carricknivan, Churchtowne, Dangulph
otherwise Dangulfe, otherwise Dangulp, Drylestown,
Tullastowne, Fetheard otherwise Fidert, otherwise Figthard,
Great Greag otherwise Grage, Little Greag otherwise Grage
Gurteens, Grange House land otherwise Housland Haggard,
Iniard, Kilcloggin otherwise Kileloggan, Killesk otherwise
Killesque, Lambstown, Loftushall, Lighthouse, Portersgate,
Pillfarme, Galgestowne, Rainstowne, Churchtown, Rathslade,
Templetowne, Bannoe otherwise Bannow, and Winningtowne, in
the barony of Shelburne, and county of Wexford ; Ballyilane
otherwise Ballylane, Beggareen other wise Beggereene,
Rochestown, Templenecroagh otherwise Templenecrohy, in the
barony of Bantry, same county; Ballynegealogh otherwise
Ballynegalogh, and Rochestowne, in the barony of Bargy, same
county; a rent of 18s. 6d. issuing out of the lands of
Killean, and 3s. 9d. out of the lands of Johnstown, in the
barony of Forth, same county; the rectory of Great
Rochestown, Ballygillagh, Templetown, Ballybrussell
otherwise Ballybrazill, and Hook, with the tithes,
obventions, and oblations thereunto belonging; and also the
advowson of the vicarage of the church of Hook, and two-
thirds parts of the tithes of the parish of Hook, in said
county: To hold to the said JOHN HARE, in trust, to such
uses, intents, and purposes, as the said Marquess of Ely and
Lord Viscount LOFTUS, by any deed or instrument, shall
direct, limit, or appoint. Inrolled 18th January,1837.