Tipperary Encumbered Estate Records

Encumbered Estate of Henry Whitby Briscoe
Rental of Lot 9 - The Lands of KNOCKNACONNERY, otherwise Cregg Road
NO. Denominations Tenants' Names Tenure & Observations
1 House Mrs. Mary GAULE Tenancy from week to week, determinable on Saturday in each week.
2 House Thomas GAUL Tenancy from week to week, determinable on Saturday in each week.
3 House John POWER Tenancy from week to week, determinable on Saturday in each week.
4 Plot of Ground Patrick CUNNINGHAM Agreement dated 24th March, 1855, between Henry Whitby BRISCOE and Patrick CUNNINGHAM, for a demise of a plot of ground, bounded as therein described, and situate on the Greenside in the townland of Knockenconnery, for the term of 15 years from the date of said agreement, at the rat of five pounds _ acre, making the yearly sum of £1 11s 3d; the said Patrick CUNNINGHAM thereby agreeing not to set or sell said plot of land during said term, without the consent of said Henry Whitby BRISCOE.
5 House & Garden Richard PENDERGAST Tenancy from year to year, determinable on 25th of March in each year
6 House & Garden Patrick HARTREY Tenancy from year to year, determinable on 25th of March in each year
7 House & Garden Margaret TROY Tenancy from year to year, determinable on 25th of March in each year. This rent is payable also in respect of the house No. 11.
8 House & Garden Patrick BRIEN Tenancy from week to week, determinable on Saturday in each week.
9 House & Garden Mary BULGER, widow of Patk. BULGER, deceased Lease dated 29th Sept. 1824, from Henry BRISCOE, Esq. To Maurice HARTLEY, for the term of the lives of Maurice HARTLEY, the lessee, now aged 60 years, Ellen HARTLEY his wife, now aged 56 years, and Margaret HARTLEY, his daughter, now aged 32 the yearly rent reserved in this lease is 16s late currency - the premises are therein described as a new slated Dwelling house, with the back yard thereunto belonging as the same was then built, and was then enjoyed by the said Maurice HARTLEY, and situate on the North side of Pill road in the suburbs of the town of Carrick-on-Suir.
10 House Mary BULGER, widow of Patk. BULGER, deceased Tenancy from year to year, determinable on 25th of March in each year
11 House Margaret TROY The rent for this is stated above, No. 7
12 House & yard William DWYER Tenancy from year to year, determinable on 25th of March in each year
13 House Mary KEHOE, rep. of James KEHO Tenancy from week to week, determinable on Saturday in each week.
14 Richard PRENDERGAST Tenancy from year to year, determinable on 25th of March in each year
15 Arthur BRISCOE Tenancy from year to year, determinable on 25th of March in each year
16 Mrs. E. BRANIGAN Lease dated 7th March, 1787, from Henry BRISCOE  to Robert BAKER, for three lives, with covenant for perpetual renewal, on payment of a pepper-corn fine, if demanded, at the yearly rent of 4l 3s 1d late currency - the premises thereby demised are described as the two small fields upon the road leading from Carrick-on-Suir to Cregg bridge, as the same were formerly held by Margaret GRACE, and as then held by the said Robt. BAKER, situate North of Mangan's road, and containing by a survey 1s 2r 31p plantation measure, be the same more of less; and also one slated house or cabin in Chapel lane, in the town of Carrick-on-Suir, then in the tenure of William WALSH, and the back ground thereunto belonging, bounded as therein.
17 Mrs. E. BRANIGAN Tenancy from year to year, determinable on 25th of March in each year
18 House Arthur BRISCOE Tenancy from year to year, determinable on 25th of March in each year
19 Widow HELY Tenancy from year to year, determinable on 25th of March in each year
20 John DUNPHY Tenancy from year to year, determinable on 25th of March in each year
21 John DUNPHY Lease dated 22nd September, 1787, from Henry BRISCOE to Patrick DUNPHY, for the term of 999 years from the 25th of March then next, at the yearly rent for the first 11 years of 20l 15s 0d late currency, and for the residue of said term the yearly rent of 23l 10s 0d late currency; and the premises thereby demised are described as 7 or 8 thatched cabins and back yards thereunto belonging, situate without the town wall; and also a small field bounded as therein and situate at Cregg, as same were theretofore held by John DENOKE, and as then held by said Patrick DUNPHY and his under tenants, with a reservation thereout of the new gallery of the chapel, and all benefits to be had and reserved thereout and a passage then open to Timothy Flanagan's concerns. 
22 Patrick DWYER Tenancy from year to year, determinable on 25th of March in each year
23 John WALL Fee farm grant dated January, 1856, made under the provisions of the renewable leasehold conversion act, by Henry W. BRISCOE, Esq., the owner in the Matter, to John WALL, of certain premises adjoining  Cregg Road, in the bron of Iffa and Offa east, and county of Tipperary, and of premises situate in the New  street, in the town of Carrick-on-Suir, at the yearly fee farm rent of £21 10s 2d., of which said rent the sum of £8 11s 8d has been charged by the said grant, in respect of the said premises in this No. and which are therein described as the two fields or perks adjoining Cregg road, previously to the year 1771, in the possession of the Rev. Francis GREEN, then deceased, and then in the possession of John BRADSHAW : and bounded as therein, and situate in the barony of Iffa and Offa Eat, and county of Tipperary.
24 House James John O'SHEA Lease dated 15th December, 1766, from John BRISCOE to John CARSHORE, for three lives with covenant for perpetual renewal on payment of a peppercorn fine, if demanded, within 12 calendar months after the fall of each life, at the yearly rent of 4l late currency, for the term of 20 years from 25th March, 1767, and thereafter at the yearly rent of 4l 0s 6d, late currency, but the rent paid for several years past is 3l 14s only.  The premises are therein described as the field formerly held by John LAMB, and then in the possession of Robert CASHEN and his under tenant John RYAN, bounded as therein and situate in the barony of Iffa and Offa and county of Tipperary. The last renewal, dated 24th Jan. 1788, is from Henry BRISCOE to John CARSHORE - the cestui qui vies therin named are John CARSHORE the lessee, and George CARSHORE and John CARSHORE, all of whom are long since dead, and there has been no subsequent renewal. The counterparts of said lease and renewal are not forthcoming, but certified copies will be handed to the purchaser.
25 Reps. Of Wm Harden BRADSHAW Fee farm grant under the provisions of the Renewable Leasehold Conversion Act, bearing date 1st Oct. 1855, from Henry Whitby BRISCOE to Robert Armstrong BRADSHAW, John Parish BRADSHAW and James Armstrong BRADSHAW, at the yearly rent of 19l 9s 10½d. The premises are therein described as two fields and a garden, being part of parcel of the lands of Tinvane, and called by the name of Knockenconnery, bounded as therein, together with one field and orchard, being part of the lands of Ballylinch, containing by estimation, 4s 2r 0p plantation measure, bounded as therein.