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Papers of the Burton Family
County Carlow

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Document code P1/0008
Date [1637]
Description Lease made between Robert Plunkett, [Rathmore], county [Carlow], and Hugh [Murrie], [Oxmantown], in the suburbs of the city of Dublin, of the other part, in respect of plot of ground at [Marie] lane in the suburbs of the city of Dublin. [Adjacent to the house of Patrick Bermingham, miller]. Lease to run for term of 'three four and one years' at annual rent of 4.10.0 sterling. Murrie to build a house on the premises. To be built with lime, [ ] and stone and to have a slate roof.
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Document code P1/0025
Date 23 December 1713
Description Counterpart lease made between Owen Feltham, city of Dublin, gentleman, and Philip Bernard, Carlow, county Carlow, esquire. Bernard has surrendered a lease he led from Feltham. In consideration of this, Feltham now leases to Bernard a house built by Thomas Speate [Spaight] at Dublin street, Carlow, together with stable and garden. Lease to run for Feltham's lifetime at annual rent of 12 sterling.
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Document code P1/0026
Date 19 March 1714
Description Lease (19 March 1714) made between Francis Harrison, city of Dublin, esquire, and David Ryan, Harroldstown (Haroldstown), county Carlow, gentleman, in respect of part of the lands of Tombay, (Tombeagh) barony of Rathvilly, county Carlow, containing 436 acres plantation measure. Lease to run for lives renewable forever at annual rent of 60 sterling. Noted on verso that this deed was registered at the Register Office, city of Dublin, on 21 July 1715 in book 14, page 464, number 6600. Also on verso of deed is a memorandum which states that on 23 December 1736 a copy of the deed was taken by trustees appointed by an act of parliament for relief of creditors of the bank lately kept by Samuel Burton and Daniel Falkiner, and of bank lately kept by Benjamin Burton, Samuel Burton and Daniel Falkiner, and of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Benjamin Burton and Francis Harrison. Attached is deed of renewal (7 March 1727) made between Benjamin Burton, Burton Hall, county Carlow, esquire, assignee of Harrison, of one part, and David Ryan, Senior, aforesaid, of the other part. Renewal agreed on the death of one of the named lives.
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Document code P1/0028
Date 13 July 1717
Description Counterpart lease made between Benjamin Burton, city of Dublin, alderman, and Henry Whitestone, Cartherlogh (Carlow), county Carlow, gentleman, in respect of lands in Burrin commonly called Slandly field containing 11 acres, 1 rood and 2 perches. Bounded on the north by the Tuckmill Race and on the east by the river Burrin. Map of this premises present. Drawn by Joseph Higginbotham. Also leased is a plot in Carlow formerly Captain Wall's holding containing 1 acre, 3 roods and 26 perches. Bounded on the west by Dublin road and on the south by Back lane. Lease to run for three named lives at annual rent of 20..3 sterling.
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Document code P1/0029
Date 13 July 1717
Description Counterpart lease made between Benjamin Burton, city of Dublin, alderman, of one part, and Phillip Bernard, Caherlogh (Carlow), county Carlow, esquire, of the other part, in respect of houses and plots of grounds in Carlow town known as Spaight's holding and Thomas Fisher's holding. Adjacent to Dublin street and Dublin road. Also leased to Bernard is a field near Carlow containing 12 acres, 1 rood and 25 perches plantation measure. Map of field present. Drawn by Joseph Higginbotham. Adjacent occupiers named. Lease to run for three named lives at annual rent of 34.10.1.
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Document code P1/0030
Date 13 July 1717
Description Counterpart lease made between Benjamin Burton, city of Dublin, alderman, of one part, and John Browne, Catherlogh (Carlow), county Carlow, esquire, of the other part, in respect of three holdings in Carlow (1) contains 1 acre, 3 roods and 36 perches, that is, 'Mr Brown's' orchard and the Clerk's garden, and 'Donoghoe's' holding containing 1 acre. Bounded on the east by 'Mr Brown's' other orchard, on the west by Thomas Price's and Widow Wall's holdings and on the north by Back lane (2) Matthew Cannon's holding containing 1 rood and 22 perches. Bounded on the west by Henry Whitestone's holding and on the south by Back lane (3) John Wright and Francis Cannon's holding containing 2 roods and 14 perches. Bounded on the east by Tullow street and on the south by Back lane. Map present. Drawn by Joseph Higginbotham. Lease to run for three named lives at annual rent of 8 sterling.
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Document code P1/0032
Date 13 July 1717
Description Counterpart lease made between Benjamin Burton, city of Dublin, alderman, of one part, and James Barrett, Catherlogh (Carlow), county Carlow, feltmaker, and Roger Haughney, Carlow, cordwainer, in respect of fields and parks being part of 'Feltham's' late concerns, near Carlow, containing 14 acres and 24 perches plantation measure. Bounded on the east by Green lane and on the west by the Dublin road. Lease to run for three named lives at annual rent of 10.12.3 sterling. Map present.
Drawn by Joseph Higginbotham.
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Document code P1/0033
Date 13 July 1717
Description Counterpart lease made between Benjamin Burton, city of Dublin, alderman, and Thomas Whelan, Catherlogh (Carlow), county Carlow, innkeeper, in respect of parks near the town of Carlow containing 7 acres and 3 roods plantation measure. Bounded on the east by part of the Green lane, on the south by 'Winnet's' (Winnett's) holding, on the west by Phillip Bernard's holding. Lease to run for three named lives at annual rent of 7.15.0 sterling. It is noted that this deed was registered at the Register Office, city of Dublin, on 19 April 1746 in book 120, page 435, number 83181.
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Document code P1/0035
Date 13 July 1717
Description Counterpart lease made between Benjamin Burton, city of Dublin, alderman, and Jonathan Watson, Catherlogh (Carlow), county Carlow, joiner, in respect of a park near the town of Carlow containing 4 acres and 3 roods plantation measure. Bounded on the east by Phillip Bernard's holding, on the south by 'Winnet's' (Winnett's) holding, on the west by Henry Whitestone's holding and on the north by the Dublin road. Map present. Drawn by Joseph Higginbotham. Lease to run for three named lives at annual rent of 5.18.9 sterling.
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Document code P1/0036
Date 13 July 1717
Description Counterpart lease made between Benjamin Burton, city of Dublin, alderman, and Francis Banckes, Catherlogh (Carlow), county Carlow, merchant, in respect of a park being part of the Burren (Burrin) Land near Carlow containing 6 acres and 3 roods plantation measure. Bounded on the east by the river Burrin and on the west by [Matthew] Humphry's holding. Lease to run for three named lives at annual rent of 6.15.0.
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Document code P1/0037
Date 13 July 1717
Description Counterpart lease made between Benjamin Burton, city of Dublin, alderman, and Thomas Connors, Catherlogh (Carlow), county Carlow, gentleman, in respect of part of the Burrin Land containing 11 acres and 3 perches plantation measure. Bounded on the east by the river Burren (Burrin), on the south by [Matthew] Humphry's holding, on the west by the road and on the north by Henry Whitestone's holding. Map present. Drawn by Joseph Higginbotham. Lease to run for three named lives at annual rent of 11.0.4.
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Document code P1/0038
Date 13 July 1717
Description Counterpart lease made between Benjamin Burton, city of Dublin, alderman, and Matthew Humphry, town of Catherlogh (Carlow), merchant, in respect of three parks, being part of the Burren (Burrin) Land, near Carlow (1) contains 5 acres and 3 roods and bounded on the east and west by two roads (2) contains 9 acres and bounded on the east by Leighlin road, on the west by the river Barrow and on the north by the Tobacco Meadow (3) contains 5 acres, 3 roods and 20 perches and bounded on the east by the river Barrow. Maps of all three parks appended. All drawn by Joseph Higginbotham. Lease to run for three named lives at annual rent of 24.19.2 sterling.
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Document code P1/0039
Date 15 August 1718
Description Copy of lease made between Benjamin Burton, city of Dublin, alderman, of one part, and William Hunt, Carlow, county Carlow, gentleman, of the other part, in respect of lands without Tullow Gate in Carlow containing 100 acres. Bounded on the north by Rathnapish, on the south with Pollardstown (Pollerton) road, on the east with Pollardstown and on the west with Green lane known by the name Love lane. Formerly held by Widow Mary [Howse]. Also, parcel of ground whereon are sundry cabins and gardens mearing from the middle of the pond to Widow [Howe']s barn plot. Lease to run for three named lives with covenant for perpetual renewal. Annual rent of 45 sterling.
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Document code P1/0040
Date 11 October 1718
Description Counterpart lease made between Benjamin Burton, city of Dublin, alderman, and Thomas Whelan, vintner, Carlow, in respect of cabins and gardens without Tullow Gate. Leased premises adjoins that held by John Grimes. Lease to run for three named lives at annual rent of 3.8.0.
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Document code P1/0042
Date 11 October 1718
Description Counterpart lease made between Benjamin Burton, city of Dublin, alderman, and John Grimes, Ballynekill, county Carlow, cooper, in respect of cabins and gardens without Tullow Gate and partly behind the pound of Carlow. Lease to run for three named lives at annual rent of 2.12.0 sterling.
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Document code P1/0043
Date 19 December 1718
Description Lease made between John Browne, Carlow, county Carlow, esquire, and John Sommers, of same place, innkeeper, in respect of small plot of ground, part of the lands of Kernstown (Kernanstown), near Carlow. Bounded on the south by the road from Carlow to Pollardstown (Pollerton). Lease to run for three named lives at annual rent of 17 shillings. Noted that this deed was registered in the Register Office, city of Dublin, on 29 October 1775 in book 45, number 459, number 30,026.
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Document code P1/0044
Date 18 February 1719
Description Lease made between Thomas Conyers, Catherlogh (Carlow), county Carlow, merchant, and Charles Bernard, Rathrush, also county Carlow, esquire, in respect of (1) plot of ground without the Dublin Gate in the town of Carlow adjoining the town wall and commonly called the Widow Gray's plot (2) two other adjoining plots (3) another plot called Heritages' plot now walled in. Bounded on the south with the town wall, on the west with the river Barrow, on the north with a wall leading from Dublin Gate to the river Barrow with the town street with the gardens thereunto appertaining. Lease to run for three named lives at annual rent of 7 sterling.
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Document code P1/0045
Date 10 June 1719
Description Lease made between Roger Houghny, Catherlogh (Carlow), county Carlow, cordwainer, and Joseph Revell, Stone cottage, same place, in respect of two plots or tenements bounded on the east by Jonathan Watson's holding, on the south by Matthew Cannon's house and garden, on the west by Back lane and on the north by Nicholas Honnigan's house and garden. Lease to run for three named lives. Annual rent set at 5.6.0 for the first five years and 5.10.6 thereafter. On verso is memorial (4 August 1719) that Revell has agreed to pay to Houghney [sum of 12 as [Sallarayn] did to Benjamin Burton.
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Document code P1/0046
Date 7 August 1719
Description Lease made between Benjamin Burton, city of Dublin, esquire, and Michael Tisdall, city of Dublin, esquire, in respect of the manor and lordship of Clonmore and the castles, towns and lands of Clonmore, the townlands of Killelongford, Ballyshane, Ballyduffe, Ballynekill, Knockballyshlin, Crecum, Raheen, Rahendrishoge, Coolemanagh, Tombea\gh, Drumgum, Ballycullane, Constablehill, Brownbogg, Killnecarty, Croneskeagh, Hackettstown, Rathnegrew, Ballygalduffe and Carrowree, barony of Rathvilly, county Carlow. Lease to run for one year. Rent of one peppercorn if demanded. This lease is related to a deed of settlement intended to be executed the next day.
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Document code P1/0047
Date 8 August 1719
Description Settlement made between Benjamin Burton, city of Dublin, and Michael Tisdall, of same place, esquire. Tisdall holds lands which form the lordship of Clonmore, county Carlow, under document number P1/0046. This settlement clarifies that the lands are held in trust for Benjamin Burton during his lifetime, and from his death for his second son, Robert Burton. Further future heirs are also described.
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Document code P1/0048
Date 9 April 1720
Description Counterpart lease made between Benjamin Burton, city of Dublin, alderman, and Erle Simon, Catherlogh (Carlow), county Carlow, gentleman, in respect of fields, commonly called Wynnett's (Winnett's) field near the town of Carlow and containing 15 acres plantation measure. Bounded on the east with low land called Green lane, on the west with Back lane, on the south with gardens belonging to [Thomas] Whelan and 'Grimes.' Lease to run for three named lives at annual rent of 20.
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Document code P1/0049
Date 9 July 1720
Description Lease made between Roger Haughney, Carlow, county Carlow, cordwainer, and Nicholas Henigan, in respect of a house and garden. Bounded on the east by part of Jonathan Wattson's field, on the west by Chapel lane, on the north by Rowland McGowan's garden and on the south by Joseph Revel's quarry and garden. Lease to run for term of 31 years. Annual rent set at 2 sterling for the first 21 years of the lease and 2.6.0 thereafter. One of the terms of the lease is that Henigan is not to dig a quarry at the premises unless he intends to build. If he does quarry, he is not to dispose of stones for the use of others upon pain of penalty of 10. Endorsement on lease (15 March 1737/1738) by Thomas Haughney, eldest son and heir apparent of the lessor, in which he nullifies the conditions relating to quarrying at the premises.
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Document code P1/0050
Date [July 1720]
Description Draft indenture made between Thomas Cooper, Graigecullen (Graiguecullen), Queen's county (Laois) and Edward Folio, city of Dublin, gentleman, of one part, and William Cooper, city of Dublin, of the other part. Recites lease dated 6 December 1812 made between Henry, 8th Earl of Thomond, and Thomas Cooper, in respect of two tenements and plots of ground at Graige and Queen's county commonly called Bumbruck plot and containing 1 acres. To be held by Cooper forever at annual rent of 2.5.0. Thomas Cooper and Folio now make over Cooper's interest in this property to William Cooper. Also present is receipt (4 August 1720) issued by Folio acknowledging receipt of sum of 77.10.0 from William Cooper in consideration of Folio's interest.
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Document code P1/0051
Date 3 April 1722
Description Lease made between Henry Whitestone, Catherlogh (Carlow), county Carlow, gentleman, and Laughlin Roney, of same place, merchant, in respect of a house and garden in Carlow lately occupied by William Owens. Bounded on the east both by a plot belonging to William Burby and field belonging to Jonathan Watson, on the south by Nicholas Henegan's garden, on the west by the malt house and another tenement belonging to the lessee and on the north by the street or high road leading to Dublin. Plot contains about 62 feet in the front. Lease to run for term of 31 years. Annual rent set at 2 sterling for the first year of the term and 3 thereafter. Noted that a memorial of the deed was entered at the Register Office, city of Dublin, on 11 April 1722 in book 34, page 43, number [20396].
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Document code P1/0052
Date 18 April 1723
Description Counterpart lease made between Benjamin Burton, Burton Hall, county Catherlough (Carlow), and John Castles, Carlow, county Carlow, farrier, in respect of a plot or tenement at Dublin street, Carlow, formerly occupied by Thomas Price. Bounded on the east by part of Chapel lane and on the west by Dublin street. Lease to run for three named lives at annual rent of 4.10.0 sterling. Accompanied by note (22 April 1859) by Joseph Wellwood which states that 'This lease is supposed to have been surrendered evicted or allowed to expire, and the portion thereof in Chapel Lane afterwards leased to Mr Nassau Greene and the portion in Dublin Street demised to Edward Jackson now held by Johnny Curran as sub tenant to Mr Brady of Myshall.'
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Document code P1/0053
Date 14 February 1725
Description Indenture of collateral security made between Benjamin Burton, city of Dublin, esquire, and Henry Berkeley, Ardristin (Ardristan), county Catherlogh (Carlow), esquire, son and heir of Digby Berkeley, late of the same place, esquire, deceased, of the first part, Richard Warburton, city of Dublin, esquire, of the second part, and Reverend Benjamin Neale, Archdeacon of Leighlin, of the third part. Recites details of release dated 21 September 1723 made between Henry Berkeley and Benjamin Burton (further details given in description of document number P1/0332). It is noted that this deed was registered at the Register Office, city of Dublin, on 16 April 1726 in book 48, page 233, number 31464.
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Document code P1/0054
Date 11 January 1726
Description Counterpart lease made between Benjamin Burton, Castle Burton, county Catherlogh (Carlow), esquire, and Thomas Whelan, Carlow, county Carlow, vintner, in respect of houses and gardens without Tullow Gate in Carlow town. Adjoins holding of James Grimes. Bounded on the south by Tullow street. Lease to run for three named lives at annual rent of 3.8.0 sterling.
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Document code P1/0055
Date 16 February 1727
Description Counterpart lease made between Benjamin Burton, city of Dublin, alderman, and Matthew Humfrey, Senior, Catherlogh (Carlow), county Carlow, esquire, in respect of three small parks near the town of Carlow, lately in the possession of Thomas Whelan, Senior, and containing 7 acres and 3 roods plantation measure. Bounded on the east by part of Green lane. Lease to run for three named lives at annual rent of 7.15.0. Map of premises present. Drawn by Joseph Higginbotham.
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Document code P1/0056
Date 11 April 1728
Description Lease made between Benjamin Burton, Castle Burton, county Catherlogh (Carlow), esquire, and Francis Ryan, county Carlow, gentleman, in respect of part of the lands of Rathnapish, county Carlow, containing 65 acres plantation measure. Bounded on the east by the lands of Little Pollardstown (Pollerton), on the south by lands formerly called Feltham's lands, on the west with Dublin road and on the north by [Cayustown] lands. Lease to run for three named lives at annual rent of 16. Noted on verso that this deed was registered at the Register Office, city of Dublin, on 18 May 1728 in book 55, page 438, number 37675. Also on verso of deed is a memorandum which states that on 25 January 1736 a copy of the deed was taken by trustees appointed by an act of parliament for relief of creditors of the bank lately kept by Samuel Burton and Daniel Falkiner, and of bank lately kept by Benjamin Burton, Samuel Burton and Daniel Falkiner, and of the creditors of the bank lately kept by Benjamin Burton and Francis Harrison.
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Document code P1/0059
Date 29 May 1730
Description Lease made between Edward Conyers, son of Thomas Conyers, Carlow, county Carlow, deceased, of one part, and Joseph White, city of Cork, merchant, of the other part, in respect of the dwelling house of the late Thomas Conyers situated at Tullow street, Carlow, together with the back side, stable and other out-houses. Lease to run for one year.
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Document code P1/0060
Date 30 May 1730
Description Fee farm grant made between Edward Connyers, son of the late Thomas Conyers, Carlow, county Carlow, gentleman, of one part, and Joseph White, city of Cork, merchant of the other part, in respect of the dwelling house of the late Thomas Conyers situated at Tullow street, Carlow, together with the back side, stable and other out-houses. To be held by White forever at annual rent of 25 sterling.
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