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ABSTRACTS OF DEEDS INROLLED IN CHANCERY -1839, 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

35. Deed, dated 12th February, 1839, between EPHRAIM TWEEDY,
of New Ross, in the county of Wexford, and JOHN TWEEDY, of
Houseland, in said county, of the one part; and JOHN BOYD,
of New Ross, in said county, of the other part: whereby the
said EPHRAIM and JOHN TWEEDY, as joint legatees under the
will of their father, JOHN TWEEDY, bearing date the 30th
August, 1803, in consideration of 10s., granted and released
to said JOHN BOYD, the town and lands of Old Court, in the
parish of Whitechurch, barony of Shelburne, and county of
Wexford : To hold in trust, for such uses as the said
EPHRAIM and JOHN TWEEDY shall, by any deed, limit or direct,
and in default, to their heirs and as signs for
ever.—Inrolled 16th February, 1839. 

36. Deed, dated 16th April, 1839, between STEPHEN RAM, of
Ramsfort, in the county of Wexford, of the one part; and
STEVENS WADE HENSLOW, of Clement's Inn, in the county of
Middlesex, of the other part: whereby the said STEPHEN RAM,
in order to enlarge, dock, and de feat all estates tail,
under and by virtue of a certain marriage settlement,
bearing date the 18th December, 1816, in all the manors,
messuages, farms, lands, and tenements described, as passed
by the will of ABEL RAM, bearing date the 10th July, 1771,
and in consideration of 5s., granted and released to said
STEVENS WADE HENSLOW, the manors or lordships of Ramsfort,
Ballingarry, and Bewley, with courts leet, courts baron, and
views of frank pledge, the mansion-house of Ramsfort with
the offices and gardens some time since destroyed by fire,
together with all the buildings erected thereon by Stephen
Ram, his grandfather, since the destruction of said mansion;
Creagh, and the Deer-park, and Ballylegin, and Ballyowen,
within the Deer-park; Ballyowen, Ballyraheen, Ballingarry,
and that part of Kilnehue in the possession of THOMAS
OUGHEN, THOMAS WEBSTER, ELIZABETH BURKE, and RICHARD COOKE;
all the houses, grounds, and lands whatsoever, in the
corporation of Gorey, including the Commons, called the
Burgess's Plots, and Burgessrooms, Goreyhill, and Ramstown
otherwise Tomraddy, Knockmullen, and Barndown, late in the
possession of DAVID BROWNRIGG; Glandoran, lately in the
possession of MILES HIGGINS, MICHAEL FLUSKE, and HANNAH
CONNER; and Ramsfort, the plots of ground called Sir RICHARD
MASTERSON'S and HENRY MASTERSON'S plots, formerly in the
possession of MARTHA WOODROOF, in the town of Gorey, and
corporation of Newborough ; and also the Burgess plot called
Wakefield's plots, in said town, and county Wexford : To
hold said manors and lands, discharged of all estates tail,
for the use of the said STEPHEN RAM, his heirs and assigns
for ever, but subject to a jointure of 650l., to his mother,
ELEANOR SARAH RAM, and to the sum of 10,000l., both of the
late currency, and to the uses of a trust term of 500 years,
created by said settlement of 18th December, 1816.—Inrolled
27th April, 1839.

37. Deed, dated 4th April, 1839, between CHARLES DOYNE, of
Newtown Park, in the county of Dublin, of the first part;
CHARLES ROBERT FRIZELL, of the second part ; RICHARD FRAZER
FRIZELL, both of Stapolin, in said county, of the third
part; and DANIEL FREDERICK BRADY, of Dominick-street, in the
city of Dublin, of the fourth part: whereas doubts having
arisen as to the validity of a certain disentailing deed,
bearing date the 26th February, 1836, in consequence of a
certain conveyance, bearing date the 27th April, 1818, not
being executed by JOHN HAGUE, the said CHARLES DOYNE,
CHARLES and RICHARD F. FRIZELL, in consideration of 5s., in
order to bar, dock, and extinguish all estates tail, granted
and released to said DANIEL FREDERICK BRADY, the Wexford.
town and lands of Usquemore and Usquebegg, otherwise
Askemore and Askebegg, otherwise Askymore and Askybegg, in
the Barony of Scarawalsh and county of Wexford: To hold in
trust, for the use of the said RICHARD F. FRIZELL, his heirs
and assigns for ever.—Inrolled 4th June, 1839.

38. Deed, dated 14th June, 1839, between STEPHEN RAM, of
Ramsfort, in the county of Wexford, of the one part ; and
STEVENS WADE HENSLOW, of Clements Inn, in the county of
Middlesex, of the other part : whereas the said STEPHEN RAM,
being tenant in tail under the settlements made on the
marriage of his father, ABEL RAM, and ELEANOR SARAH, his
wife, did by a certain indenture (No. 371) bearing date the
16th April last, conveying unto the said STEVENS W. HENSLOW,
the manors, lands, and hereditaments hereinafter mentioned;
and although he attained his age of 21 years previously to
the execution of said indenture, yet, inasmuch as it appears
by the baptismal entries in the books kept for that purpose,
in the parish of St. George, Hanover square, London, that
the said STEPHEN RAM was not baptised until the 3rd June,
1818; and there fore, to remove all doubts, agrees to bar,
dock, and extinguish all estates tail and remainders, and in
consideration of 10s. granted and released to said STEVENS
W. HENSLOW, the manors or lordships, or reputed manors or
lordships of Ramsfort, Ballingarry, and Bewley, with their
several respective members and appurtenances; and also the
site of the late capital mansion-house of Ramsfort,
destroyed by fire, and all the buildings erected thereon, by
the said STEPHEN RAM, his grandfather; also, the lands of
Creagh and the Deerpark, Ballytegin and Ballyowen, within
the Deerpark, Ballyraheen, Ballyowen, Ballingarry, and that
part of Kilnehue, in the possession of THOMAS OUGHON, THOMAS
WEBSTER, ELIZABETH BURKE and Sons, and RICHARD COOKE; and
all the houses, grounds, and lands whatsoever, in the
corporation of Gorey, including the Commons, commonly called
Burgess Plots and Burgess Rooms, Gorey Hill, Ramstown
otherwise Tomraddy, Knockmullen, Barndown, part of
Glandoran, and the lands of Ramsfort; and also the plots of
ground, called Sir RICHARD and HENRY MASTERSON'S Plots, and
the Burgess Plot, called Wakefield's Plot, containing by
estimation 13 acres, on which several houses are built, in
the town of Gorey, in the county of Wexford : To hold in
trust, discharged of all estates tail, for the use of said
STEPHEN RAM, his heirs and assigns for ever.—Inrolled 29th
June, 1839,

39. Deed, dated 25th June, 1839, between the Right Honorable
HEATOR, Earl of Norbury, of the first part; the Right
Honorable HENRY, Baron FARNHAM, of Farnham House, in the
county of Cavan, of the second part; and RICHARD MONTGOMERY,
of Dominick-street, in the city of Dublin, of the third
part: whereby the said, Earl of Norbury, in order to convey
the legal estate in the lands and premises herein mentioned,
vested in him under and by virtue of a certain deed bearing
date the 21st January, 1785, and the said Lord FARNHAM, for
the purpose of barring and extinguishing all estates tail
arising under and by virtue of the will of his grandfather,
HENRY, Lord Bishop of Meath, bearing date the 14th July,
1798, in consideration of 5s. to each, according to their
several respective interests and estates, granted and
released to said RICHARD MONTGOMERY, the town and lands of
Rylandmore and Rylandbeg alias Rylane, including Castlekerk,
Killmahershall, and Knockbane,in the barony of Scarawalsh,
and county of Wexford ;-Clonmullen, Carrickduffe,
Killbranish, Barragh, Bunclody, Ballypracas, and Cranemore,
in the baronies of Scarawalsh and Forth, and counties of
Wexford and Carlow : To hold in trust, for the use of the
said HENRY, Baron FARNHAM, his heirs and assigns for ever.—
Inrolled 16th July, 1839.

40. Deed, dated 27th September, 1839, between HENRIETTA,
ISABELLA, and JULIA ANNA GLASCOTT, all of Fruit-hill, in the
county of Wexford, of the one part; and JOHN GLASCOTT, of
Leeson-street, in the city of Dubin, of the other part: the
said HENRIETTA, ISABELLA, and JULIA ANNA GLASCOTT, in order
to enlarge all estates tail and remainders, arising under
the will of their father, GEORGE GLASCOTT, bearing date the
7th day of September, 1827, in consideration of 10s. to
each, granted and relased to said JOHN GLASCOTT, the town
and lands of Bantony, Scald, Parkmore, and Smithsland, in
the county of the city of Kilkenny, Mount Hanover otherwise
Knocketasna, in the county of Wexford Price Haggard
otherwise Priests Haggard, containing 12 acres and 7
perches, bounded on the north-east by the road leading to
Duncannon– fort, on the south by Fruit-hill, and on the
north west, by part of the same lands and the lands of
Ballyedock, as laid down on the map or survey of same, in
the barony of Scarawalsh, same county : To hold in trust,
discharged of all estates tail for the use of the said
HENRIETTA, ISABELLA, and JULIA ANNA GLASCOTT, their one-
third part, share or proportion separately to their heirs
and assigns for ever.—Inrolled 2nd October, 1839.