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ABSTRACTS OF DEEDS INROLLED IN CHANCERY -1837, 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

24. Deed, dated 7th January, 1837, between the Rev. GEORGE
RICHARDS, of Coolstuffe, in the county of Wexford, of the
first part : JOHN RICHARDS, of same, of the second part; and
MARY ANNE TARDY, of Verney, in the county of Dublin, of the
third part: whereby, for the purpose of barring and
extinguishing all estates tail, arising from the will of
JOHN RICHARDS of Dublin, bearing date the 22nd December,
1787, and in consideration of the sum of £737 10s., the said
Rev. GEORGE RICHARDS and JOHN RICHARDS granted, sold, and
confirmed to said MARY ANNE TARDY, Wexford, the town and
lands of Courtnacuddy, containing 1,000 acres, in the barony
of Bantry, and county of Wexford: To hold to said MARY ANNE
TARDY for and during the natural life and lives of the
cestui que vies, named in the several leases under which the
said lands are now held, subject to the payment of rent, and
performance of the covenants therein contained: and also,
said GEORGE and JOHN RICHARDS granted, sold, and assigned to
said MARY ANNE TARDY, the eight several houses, lots of
ground, tenements, and premises lying on the north side of
South King-street, in the county of the city of Dublin,
numbered 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, with the concerns in
the lime-kiln yard, between Nos. 39 and 40: To hold said
several houses and premises unto said MARY ANNE TARDY, her
heirs and assigns for ever, subject to the payment of the
yearly head rent payable thereout, with clause of
redemption.—In rolled 21st January, 1837.

25. Deed, dated 25th April, 1837, between the Rev. ABEL JOHN
RAM, of Clonattin, in the county of Wexford, of the one
part; and HENRY PHILIP WOODROOFE, of Upper Mount-street, in
the city of Dublin, of the other part: whereby, for the
purpose of barring and extinguishing all estates tail,
created by the will of ABEL RAM, of Rams fort, in the county
of Wexford, and in consideration of 10s., the said ABEL JOHN
RAM granted and released to the said HENRY PHILIP WOODROOFE,
the town and lands of Aghavanna, (Ram,) Sleemane, and
Carrignashinna, in the barony of Ballinacor, and county of
Wicklow : To hold in trust, discharged of all estates tail,
for the use of the said ABEL JOHN RAM, his heirs and assigns
for ever.—Inrolled 11th May, 1837.

26. 399.-Deed, dated 13th May, 1837, between the Rev. EDWARD
HUGHES, of Ballyhely, of the one part; and the Rev. RICHARD
KING, of Woodville, both in the county of Wexford, of the
other part: whereby, for the purpose of barring, docking,
and extinguishing all estates tail, in consideration of
10s., said EDWARD HUGHES granted and released to the said
RICHARD KING, the lands of Killkevan containing 100 acres,
Little Quitchery, containing 65 acres, plantation measure,
in the barony of Bargy, and county of Wexford : To hold in
trust, for the said EDWARD HUGHES, his heirs and assigns for
ever.—Inrolled 2nd June, 1837.

27. Deed, dated 26th June, 1837, between the Rev. THOMAS
OTTIWELL MOORE, of Leskinfare,Glebe, in the county of
Wexford, of the first part; the Rev. GEORGE RICHARDS, of
Coolstaffe, in said county, of the second part; and HENRY
COLLES, of Stephen's-green, in the city of Dublin, and JOHN
ARMSTEAD BRADDELL, of Mallow, in the county of Cork, of the
third part: whereby, for the purpose of defeating and
extinguishing all estates tail, created by a certain
marriage settlement, bearing date the 22nd August, 1772, and
in consideration of 10s., the said THOMAS OTTIWELL MOORE
granted and released to the said GEORGE RICHARDS, the estate
tail expectant of HENRY MOORE, in the village, town, and
lands of Rheboge, containing 135 acres, in the county of the
city of Limerick;—Cloughlucas, in the manor of Mallow, and
county of Cork: To hold unto the said GEORGE RICHARDS,
subject to the estate tail of HENRY MOORE, upon trust, to
the use of the said HENRY COLLES and JOHN ARMSTEAD BRADDELL,
to preserve the provisoes and conditions of a trust term of
300 years, and a charge of £4,000, but discharged of all
dower.—Inrolled 4th July, 1837.

28. Deed, dated 26th July, 1837, between WILLIAM HOBBS, of
the city of Waterford, of the first part; WASHINGTON HOBBS,
of Knockhouse, in the county of Waterford, of the second
part; WILLIAM HUGHES, of the city of Waterford, of the third
part; and CHRISTOPHER HORE HATCHELL, of Wexford, of the
fourth part: whereby, for the purpose of barring and
defeating all estates tail, created by the will of their
late father, WILLIAM HOBBS, bearing date the 24th September,
1810, the said WILLIAM and WASHINGTON HOBBS, for the
consideration of 10s., granted and released to the said
CHRISTOPHER HORE HATCHELL, the lands of Great and Little
Codstown, Harveystown, Ballybogher, Yoletown, part of
Grageen, Bariogue, and Pettitstown, in the barony of Forth,
and county of Wexford : To hold in trust, for such uses as
the said WILLIAM and WASHINGTON HOBBS, by any deed shall
limit, direct, or appoint, and in default to the heirs and
assigns of the said WILLIAM HOBBS.-In rolled 18th August,
1837.

29. Deed, dated 26th July, 1837, between WASHINGTON HOBBS,
of Knockhouse, in the county of Waterford, of the first
part; WILLIAM HOBBS, of the city of Waterford, of the second
part; WILLIAM HUGHES, of said city, of the third part; and
MICHAEL DOBBYN, of Woodlands, in said county, of the fourth
part: whereby, for the purpose of defeating and
extinguishing all estates, the said WASHINGTON HOBBS, for
the consideration of 10s., granted and released to the said
MICHAEL DOBBYN, the annuity of £300, charged by the will of
his late father WILLIAM HOBBS, upon the said lands of Great
and Little Codstown, Harveystown, Ballybogher, Yoletown,
part of Grageen, Banague, and Pettitstown, in the barony of
Forth, and county of Wexford : To hold in trust, for such
uses as the said WASHINGTON and WILLIAM HOBBS, by any deed
shall limit, direct, or appoint, and in default to the heirs
and assigns of the said WASHINGTON HOBBS.-Inrolled 18th
August, 1837.

30. Deed, dated 7th May, 1838, between MATTHEW WILSON
PALLISER, of Grange, in the county of Wexford, of the first
part; CHRISTIAN WILSON PALLISER, of the same, of the second
part; and STAWELL WEBB, of the city of Dublin, of the third
part: whereby the said CHRISTOPHER WILSON PALLISER, in order
to dock, bar, and defeat all estates tail, under a certain
marriage settlement, bearing date the 14th January, 1812,
with the consent of the said MATTHEW WILSON PALLISER, as
protector of said settlement, in consideration of 10s.,
granted and released to said STAWELL WILLIAMS, the town and
lands of Great Island, with the several fisheries,
subdenominations, appurtenances, and salmon weir;
Ballymemoney otherwise Ballynemona, Ferry of Ballinlaw,
Churchtown, Bankstown otherwise Keirne Weir, otherwise
Newtown Coolhern, Loughstown, and Boderan, with their
subdenominations, in the barony of Shelbourne, and county of
Wexford : To hold in trust for such purposes, and subject to
such powers and provisions as the said MATTHEW W. and
CHRISTIAN W. PALLISER shall, by any deed, limit, direct, or
appoint, and in default, to the uses existing by virtue of
said marriage settlement, previous to execution of the
present deed.—In rolled 23rd May, 1838.