Land: CORK, In the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM PATRICK LEWIS HICKIE, AND JAMES PERCY HICKIE, Minors, Lot 1 & 2. Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Land Index Copyright Contributed by C.Hunt ____________________________________________________________________ In the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM PATRICK LEWIS HICKIE, AND JAMES PERCY HICKIE, Minors, Owners; Ex-parte, The Reverend JASPER GRANT, RICHARD NEVILL PARKER, and SEWARD LARGE, Petitioners ______________________ RENTAL AND PARTICULARS OF THE HOUSES AND PREMISES SITUATE IN BRIDGE STREET AND COBURG STREET, IN THE CITY OF CORK, Held by Leases for Lives with Covenant for Perpetual Renewal, WHICH WILL BE SOLD ... ON TUESDAY THE 12 DAY OF OCTOBER, 1852 _____________________________________________________________________ CITY OF CORK Lot No. 1 DENOMINATION TENANTS' NAMES DATE OF LEASE RENT £ s. d. House and Premises in Edward BRADY Lease dated 26th February, 1844, for a 55 0 0 Bridge street, city of term of 61 years from the 29th September, Cork 1843, with a clause of surrender every five years on giving 6 months notice. Ditto George, John, and Lease dated 15th September, 1846, for a term William LANDON of 61 years from 29th September, 1846, with a clause of surrender every 3 years on giving six months notice. _____________________________________________________________________ Lot No. 2 DENOMINATION TENANTS' NAMES OBSERVATIONS/DATE OF LEASE RENT A Ball-room fronting Catherine LUBY Tenant under the Court of Chancery in Cause of 40 0 0 Coburg-st. in the Grant & others a. HICKIE & others/Tenant from City of Cork, year to years; tenancy expires 25th September House and Premises in James F. WHITE Coburg street, Proposal or Agreement for 7 years from 8th Oct., 25 0 0 1849, pending Cause of GRANT and others a. HICKIE and others. This tenancy determinable by the sale. A Stable, being part Unlet 7 0 0 of said Ball-room buildings Do. Francis H. THOMPSON Tenant from year to year. 8 0 0 Do. William COPPINGER This Stable was let to Wm. COPPINGER by Master 7 0 0 BROOKE, as Tenant under the Court of Chancery, on 4th February, 1851/Tenant from year to year. Do. Untenanted Valued under Poor Law A plot or piece of Untenanted Ditto at ... ... building ground in front of said Ball-room to Coburg-street This Lot is held under Lease for lives renewable for ever bearing date the 3rd July, 1830, from Samuel M'CALL to Wm. HICKIE, and is for lives of Wm. HICKIE, (the Lessee) since deceased, Redmond BARRY, and St. Leger BARRY, at the yearly rent of £32 9 0, with six pence renewal fine on the fall of each life. The Lease contains a covenant that the Lessee, his heirs, undertenants, or assigns, shall not carry on or exercise in or upon the demised premises, the trade or business of a Soap Boiler or Manufacturer of Soap or Candles, or the trade or business of a Tin-worker or Brazier, of an Iron founder, with liberty to carry on the retail trade of a Chandler and Soap Vender, and also of a tinman. [remaining text omitted] Source: FHL# 0258795 Encumbered Estates - County Cork.