Land: Abstracts of Deeds Inrolled in Chancery -1836, Wexford Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Wexford Index Copyright Contributed by Mary Heaphy ___________________________________________________________ ABSTRACTS OF DEEDS INROLLED IN CHANCERY -1836, WEXFORD, IRELAND *Hint Use Your Find in Page Function eg. Ctrl-F 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 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. 31. Deed, dated 25th June, 1838, 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 Ballyneskar, in said county, of the third part: whereby the said EDWARD BEATTY, having occasion to borrow the sum of 650l., and the said DAVID BEATTY having agreed to join in the securing the same, provided it be borrowed or raised with the consent of the said THOMAS BEATTY, his father, the said EDWARD and DAVID BEATTY, in order to bar, dock, and extinguish all estates tail, and thereby to carry said agreement into effect, in consideration of 10s., granted and released to said THOMAS BEATTY, the town and lands of Old Growtown otherwise Grovetown, containing 140 acres and 1 rood; New Growtown otherwise Grovetown, containing 201 acres 2 roods and 32 perches; Little Tomcoole otherwise Tomcoile, containing 77 acres 2 roods; Ballynard otherwise Ballinlard, containing 88 acres 3 roods and 14 perches; Garreadine otherwise Garrydrine, containing 101 acres; Great Cooles, and Little Cooles, containing 386 acres 2 roods and 13 perches, plantation measure; said lands are called and distinguished by the name of the Glynn estate, in the barony of Shilmalier, and county of Wexford : To hold in trust, for the use of the said EDWARD BEATTY, discharged of all estates tail of the said DAVID BEATTY, but without prejudice to a charge of 9,300l., and the several other charges affecting said lands and premises, and subject to the several uses, intents, and purposes in said deed mentioned.—Inrolled 27th June, 1838. 32. Deed, dated 30th January, 1838, between THOMAS SMITH, of Medop Hall, in the county of Wexford, and ELIZA, his wife, of the one part; and JOHN CRANWELL, of Ballynamoney, in said county, of the other part: whereby the said THOMAS and ELIZA SMITH, in order to dock, bar, and defeat all estates tail and remainders, arising under the will of Major General THOMAS BROWNRIGG, late of Medop Hall aforesaid, bearing date the 23rd January, 1808, in consideration of 10s., granted and released to said JOHN CRANWELL, the dwelling house, offices, and appurtenances, in the town of Bombay, No. 11, Rampart-row ; another house, with a bungalo, newly erected, and all out- houses, party walls, and premises; also a lower roomed house in the street Military-square, bearing the assessment mark, No. 3, containing by admeasurement 172 square yards and one- third, in the town walls of Bombay, in the island of Bombay, which is declared or reputed to be part of the manor of Greenwich:—To hold in trust, for such uses as the said THOMAS SMITH shall, by any deed, limit or direct, subject to the payment of 60l. a year to JANE DAWSON, the niece of the said THOMAS BROWNRIGG.—Inrolled 28th July, 1838. 33. Deed, dated 1st June, 1838, between the Rev. GEORGE RICHARDS, of Coolstuff Glebe, in the county of Wexford, and JOHN RICHARDS, of Farce, in said county, of the first part; GEORGE GEORGE LENDRUM, of Jamestown, in the county of Fermanagh, the Right Honorable JOHN RICHARDS, of Upper Merrion-street, in the city of Dublin, CHARLES JOHNSON, of Fitzwilliam-square, in said city, and MARY ANNE TARDY, of Verney, in the county of Dublin, of the second part; and GEORGE LITTLE, of Nassau-street, in said city, of the third part: whereby the said JOHN RICHARDS and Rev. GEORGE RICHARDS, in order to bar, dock, and de feat all estates tail and remainders, under and by virtue of the will of the late JOHN RICHARDS, bearing date the 22nd December, 1787, in consideration of 10s. to each, granted and released to said GEORGE LITTLE, the 8 several houses, ground, and premises, in the north side of South King-street, near Stephen's- green, in the parish of Saint Anne's, in the county of the city of DUBLIN, known as Nos.36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, and 42, together with the concerns in the limekiln yard, between Nos. 39, and 40: To hold in trust, for the use of the said Rev. GEORGE RICHARDS, for life, with remainder to said JOHN RICHARDS, his heirs and assigns for ever, discharged of all estates tail and remainders.- Inrolled 9th November, 1838. 34. Deed, dated 29th November, 1838, between CHARLES JOHN VIGORS HERVEY, of Killiane Castle, in the county of Wexford, of the one part; and RICHARD LAKE, of Basinghall-street, in the city of London, of the other part: whereby, in order to bar, dock, defeat, and extinguish all estates tail and remainders, the said CHARLES JOHN VIGORS HERVEY, under a certain marriage settlement, bearing date the 2nd and 3rd days of June, 1816, in consideration of 5s, granted and released to said RICHARD LAKE, the town and lands of Ballykelly, containing 9 acres; Great Killiane, containing 222 acres 2 roods and 20 perches; Sheephouse, parcel of the same, and the Windmill, and 7 acres adjoining the same ; Ballycullane, containing 130 acres 2 roods and 10 perches; Great Ballyfinnoth, containing 141 acres, with the 6 acres field adjoining, all plantation measure, in the barony of Forth, and county of Wexford : To hold in trust, for the use of the said CHARLES JOHN VIGORS HERVEY, his heirs and assigns for ever, discharged of all estates tail and dower.— Inrolled 31st January, 1839.