Land: CORK, In the Matter of the Estate of DAME HENRIETTA M. CHATTERTON Owner and Petitioner - Lots 1 & 2 Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Land Index Copyright Contributed by C.Hunt _________________________________________________________________________ In the Court of the Commissioners for the Sale of Incumbered Estates in Ireland CITY OF CORK Names Mentioned: ESTATE SALES = CORK, IRELAND Dame Henrietta Marcia SURNAMES Given Name Location Chatterton Henrietta Parts 1-2-3 Chatterton Abraham Thomas Chatterton William Abraham Chatterton James Chatterton Daniel Henrietta M. G. Lessees/Tenants/Neighbors Mahony Edward Duke Lot. No. 1 Heard William Lot. No. 1 ________________________________________________________________________ Coughlan William Lot. No. 2 Coughlan Abraham Lot. No. 2 Holland Thomas Lot. No. 2 Taylor Abraham Coughlan Lot. No. 2 Rice John Lot. No. 2 Tucker Mr. Lot. No. 2 Hunt James Lot. No. 2 Sullivan Sylvester Lot. No. 2 Piercy Bridget Lot. No. 2 Corker John Lot. No. 2 Fleming Edward Lot. No. 2 Wood Hannah Lot. No. 2 Lynch Timothy Lot. No. 2 Hallurane Widow Lot. No. 2 Gilman John St. Leger Lot. No. 2 Gilman Margaret Emily Lot. No. 2 Gilman Hannah Elizabeth Lot. No. 2 Gilman Frances Lot. No. 2 ************************************************************************** RENTALS & PARTICULARS OF; Of Fee Simple estates and Leashold Interests in Dwelling HoUses,and Premises in the Parish of The Holy Trinity (Christ Church) Saint Peter's and Saint Paul's in the City of Cork TO BE SOLD BY THE COMMISSIONERS, AT THEIR COURT, NO. 14 HENRIETTA STREET IN THE CITY OF DUBLIN ON TUESDAY THE 1st day of December, 1857 at the hour of 12 o'Clock NOON _______________ For Rentals and further Particulars apply at the Office of the Commissioners, 14 Henrietta Street, Dublin, to ABRAHAM THOMAS CHATTERTON, for the Petitioner, having the Carriage of the Sale, 49 South Mall, Cork and 8 INN'S QUAY, DUBLIN; to G. BEAMISH & Company, Solicitors, 8 Inn's Quay, Dublin; to Messrs, JANSON, COBB and PEARSON, Solicitors, 4 Basinghall Street, London' to Messrs. ALMA AND HACKETT, sOLICITORS, 24 Bachelors' Walk, Dublin; to Messrs. William Prittie HARRIS and William George HARRIS, Marlboro Street, Cork; and to Frederick A. KLEIN, C. E. Offices 21 South Mall, Cork. _____________________________________________________________________________________ THE PREMISES COMPRISED IN THE ORDER FOR SALE IN THIS MATTER CONSIST OF THE FOLLOWING DENOMINATIONS IN THE CITY OF CORK LOT No. 1 A Dwelling House and Premises, No, 62 North Main Street, Cork, held in Fee-Simple and now producing a Yearly Profit Rent of £29 18s. 2d. _________________ LOT No. 2 Three Dwelling Houses, with ground to the rere, compromising the Establisment long known as the TUCKEY STREET CLUB HOUSE, at the corner of Tuckey, on the Grand Parade; and Two Houses, Nos. 64 and 65, Grand Parade, now producing a Yearly Profit Rent of £75 1s. 7d., but which decease of the present owner will be increased to £88 12s. 4d. _________________ LOT No. 3 Several Dwelling Houses and Premises in Mill Street, otherwise Fishamble Lane, comprising the entire extent of the North side of the street from Cross Street to the Slip of Passage separating them from the Mill Concerns called DROOP'S Mill, and producing a Yearly Profit Rent of £25 0s. 47d. _________________ LOT No. 4 Two Dwelling Houses and Premises, situate on the Coal Quay, otherwise called Corn- market Street and producing a Yearly Profit Rent of £16 17s. 8d. Conveyances in Fee will be executed to the Purchaser of Lots 2, 3, and 4. _________________ LOT No. 5 Three Dwelling Houses and Premises, Nos. 47 , 48 and 49 Grand Parade, held for the residue of a term of 890 Years from 1802, producing a Yearly Profit Rent of £68 1s. 7d. _________________ LOT No. 6 The MANSION HOUSE and CONCERNS, formerlyknown as Daly's Club House, now the Cork Club House, held for the residue of a term of 700 Years from 1787, now producing a Yearly Profit Rent of £62 15s. 5d. _________________ LOTS Nos. 7 to 13 Inclusive Several Dwelling Houses and Premises, Nos. 35,18.104.22.168.40.41 South Mall and Nos. 5, 6, 7, 8 Parliament Street, being the group called CHATTERTON'S Buildings, held for the residue of a term of 900 years, from 1786, subject to a Yearly Rent of £64 12s. 4d.now producing altogether a Profit Rent of £305 16s. 3d. _________________ LOT No. 14 Two Dwelling Houses and Premises, Nos. 77 and 78 Patrick Street, held for the residue of a term of 800 Years from 1787, now producing a Yearly Profit Rent of £36 18s. 6d. __________________________________________________________________________________ SUMMARY OF THE SEVERAL LOTS INTO WHICH THE FOREGOING PREMISES ARE DIVIDED __________________________________________________________________________________ LOT No. Denominations YEARLY RENT HEAD RENT PROFIT RENT LOT 1 62 North Main £30 00s. 0d. £0 1s.10d. £29 18s. 2d. LOT 2 Grand Parade-Tuckey St £113 10s.9d. £24 18s.5d. £88 12s. 4d. LOT 3 Mill Street £45 8s. 2d. £20 7s.10d. £25 0s. 4d. LOT 4 Coal Quay £33 0s. 0d. £16 12s.4d. £16 7s. 8d. LOT 5 Grand Parade £106 0s. 0d. £36 18s.5d. £69 1s. 7d. LOT 6 Grand Parade £120 0s. 0d. £57 4s.7d. £62 15s. 5d. LOT 7 So. Mall/Parliament £131 3s. 1d. £64 12s.4d. £66 10s. 9d. LOT 8 South Mall £31 10s.0d. -- -- £31 10s. 0d. LOT 9 So. Mall and Grounds £41 18s.6d. -- -- £41 18s. 6d LOT 10 38 ditto £36 18s.6d. -- -- £36 18s. 6d. LOT 11 39 ditto £42 0s. 0d. -- -- £42 0s. 0d. LOT 12 40 ditto £36 18s. 6d. -- -- £36 18s. 6d. LOT 13 41 ditto £50 0s. 0d. -- -- £50 0s. 0d. LOT 14 Patrick Street £73 17s. 0d. £36 18s. 6d. £36 18s. 6d. ___________ ____________ ____________ TOTALS £822 4s. 6d. £257 14s.3d. £634 10s. 3d __________________________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS OF LOT No. 1 Dwelling House and Premises, situate in the North Main Street, in the Parish of Saint Peter in the City of Cork, held in fee-simple, subject to the Yearly Quit Rent of 1s. 10d. The foregoing premises are held in fee-simple, sunject only to the above- mentioned Quit Rent. They consist of a large dwelling-House, with Back Concerns. The shop is in one of the best situations in that part of the city, being exactly fronting Castle Street. The counterpart of the Orignal Lease of the 1st day of August, 1845, is not forthcoming, a compared copy of said Original Lease has been procured and will be handed to the Purchaser. [NOTE - Continued Particulars at end of this document] ______________________________ RENTAL -- LOT No. 1 RENTS Annual 29th September DENOMINATION TENANTS' NAME YEARLY RENT Dwelling-house William HEARD £30 00s. 0d and Concerns, No. 62 North Main Street Cork NATURE OF TENANCY: LEASE, dated 1st day of August, 1845, granted by Sir William Abraham CHATTERTON, Baronet, to Edward Duke MAHONY, for the term of 31 years from the 29th day of September then next, containing the usual covenants between land- lord and tenant. The rent reserved by this Lease is £35 per annum, but by agree- ment between said Sir William Abraham CHATTERTON and said Edward Duke MAHONY, the said rent was, in the year 1851, abated to the yearly rent of £30. for the residue of the term, and such abated rent only is payable by the Tenant under said Lease, and such abatement will be binding on the Purchaser. __________________________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS OF LOT No. 2 Three Dwelling-Houses and Premises, and a Plot of Ground to the rere thereof, situate on the Grand-Parade and in Tuckey Street, in the Parish of the Holy Trinity, and the City of Cork, held under fee-farm grants, and a lease for 3 lives renewable for ever, now in process of being converted into a fee-farm grant, amounting to £24 18. 5d. Numbers 1 and 2 are held by virtue of a fee-farm grant thereof, bearing the date the 13th day of September, 1744 ececuted by William COUGHLAN TO Thomas HOLLAND at the Yearly rent of £6, late currency being £5 10. 9d., British, payable half- yearly on the 29th September and 25th March and are descrobes as ALL THAT AND THOSE the House, Backside, Backhouse and Premises, late in the tenure of Abraham Coughlan TAYLOR, situate on Tuckey's Quay, in the South-East quarter of the said City,and Parish of Christ Church and meared and bounded as follows, that is to say on the South with that part of the holdings of John RICE, in the tenancy of Mr. TUCKER; on the North with that part of the holdings of Mr. James HUNT in the tenancy of Sylvester SULLIVAN; on the West with the Town Walls of the said City of Cork; and on the East with the said quay. ______________________________________ RENTAL -- LOT No. 2 GALE DAYS 25th March and 29th September DENOMINATION TENANTS' NAME YEARLY RENT 1] Premises on the Bridget Piercy £113 10s. 9d Grande-Pareade and in Tuckey-Street, viz; NATURE OF TENANCY: [PIERCY] LEASE dated the 20th day of January, 1793, granted by James CHATTERTON, Esq. to John CORKER, for lives renewable for ever, from the date of the said lease, at the Yearly Rent of £123, late currency, containing the usual covenants between Landlord and Tenant, and covenant for renewal on payment of one pepper-corn as a renewal fine if demanded, and covenant binding the tenant to renew within twelve months. The rent reserved by this lease is £113 10s. 9d., present currency, but it has been reduced to £100 per annum during the life of the present owner, by which abatement the purchaser will be bound, on her decease such abatement will cease and the original rent reserved by said lease will become payable. the reduced profit rent is here stated. [Observations-None stated] _____________________________________________ 1] Dwelling-house Edward FLEMING No. 65, Grande- Parade, now occupied by Edward FLEMING 2] Dwelling-house Hannah WOOD No. 64, Grand- Parade, now occupied by Hannah WOOD 3] Dwelling-house Timothy LYNCH Tuckey-Street lately occupied by the Club, called the Tuckey-Street Club, now occupied by Timothy LYNCH £24 18s. 5d. 4] A Piece of ground to the rere of said Dwelling-houses Nos. 64 and 65 Grand-Parade also lately occupied by the said said Club. Net Profit Rent: £88 12s. 4d. Deduct abatement during life of present owner; £13 10s. 9d. _______________ Present Profit Rent £75 18s. 7d. _________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS AS TO LOT No. 2 - - Continued Number 3 ... is held by virtue of a fee-farm grant thereof bearing the date the 22nd day of August, 1757 by William COUGHLAN to John RICE at the yearly rent of £0, late currency, being £5 10s. 9d, British, payable half-yearly on 25th March and 29th September and are described as ALL THAT AND THOSE, the House then in the possession of the said John RICE and his undertenants, situate, lying and being on Tuckey's Quay, in the south-east quarter of the City of Cork, and Parich of Christ Church, together with the Backside, Backhouse and all other conveniences thereunto belonging, mearing and bounding on the south with the holdings of Abraham FORSTER, and an house then late in the possession of Widow HALLURANE, on the north with the holdings of Abraham COUGHLAN, on the east with the said quay, and on the west with the town walls of said City. No. 4 ... is held by virtue of lease thereof bearing date the 6th day of December, 1781, executed by John St. Leger GILMAN to John CORKER, for a term of three lives, with covenant for perpetual renewal, on payment of a peppercorn renewal fine, at the yearly rent of £15, late currency, being £13 16s. 11d, British, payable half-yearly payable half-yearly on 29th September and 25th March and are described as ALL THAT AND THOSE, a lot or piece of ground, containing, in breadth from north to south, 28 feet 2 inches, and in depth from east to west at the south side, 58 feet7 inches, and at the north, 60 feet, situate lying and being in the Parish of Christ Church in the City of Cork, which lot of ground was meared and bounded as particularly set forth in the map thereunto annexed, which map was to be conclusive to said parties, and a renewal of said lease, bearing date the 12th day of March, 1825. executed by Margaret Emily GILLMAN, Hannah Elizabeth GILLMAN and Frances GILLMAN, to Sir William Abraham CHATTERTON. Said several grants and leases respectively contain the usual covenants between landlord and tenant. Proceedings are in progress to obtain an order of the Commissioner, that the renewable leasehold tenure in Number 4 shall be converted into a fee-farm grant, subject to the yearly rent £13 16s. 11d,, and it is expected that such proceedings will be completed and obtained previous to the sale when the said premises will be conveyed to the purchaser thereof in fee-simple, subject to the yearly rent and covenants in said order mentioned. The original fee-farm grants of the 22nd August, 1737, and the 13th September, 1744, the original lease of the 5th December, 1781 and the original renewal of 12th of March, 1825 and the order of conversion, when obtained, together with the counterpart of the under-tenants lease, dated 20th January, 1793 will be handed to the purchaser, to whom a conveyance will be executed by the Commissioners, and the purchaser will be bound to execute such deed of covenant as the Commissioners shall direct. The premises comprised in Lot. No. 2, consist of three Dwelling-houses on the Grand Parade, one of the leading streets and principal business situations in the City of Cork; having a frontage to the Grand Parade of 54 feet and to Tuckey-Street of 48 feet, and a piece of ground extending back to the rere of two of the Houses to a depth of about 60 feet with a breadth of about 28 feet. The rent is well secured as the Tenant has a considerable interest. Two of the Houses fronting to the Grand Parade are occupied by shopkeepers, and the third, fronting to the Grand Parade and Tuckey-Street, withth epiece of ground above mentioned, has been for many years occupied by the Tuckey-Street Club, the Billiard-room and Out-offices attached to it being erected on the on the ground to the rere. GRIFFITH'S VALUATION OF THIS LOT IS £99 CONDITIONS OF SALE AS TO LOT 2 The purchaser of Lot. No. 2 shall not be entitled to require evidence of the title of the grantors or lessors in the fee-farm grants of the 22nd August, 1737. or 13th September 1744, the Lease of the 6th of December, 1781, and the renewal of 12th March, 1825 or any of them, to make the same respectively or any of them, or to object by reason of any imcumbrance affecting their or an or either of their estate or interest. _______________________________________________________________________________________ Lots 3-14 Continued separate documents Source: FHL# 0258795 Encumbered Estates - County Cork.