Land: CORK [6 Lots] - In the Matter of the Estate of Edmond Richard CUMMINS, et al. Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Land Index Copyright Contributed by C.Hunt & M. Taylor _________________________________________________________________________ Names Mentioned Lot 1: BULKELEY, John M.Praed, Esq. James TYNTE William WALLACE Edward Wallis HOARE John COLTHURST Cooper PENROSE Charles COLTHURST ________________________________________________________________________ In the Matter of the Estate of Edmond Richard CUMMINS, Frederick Joseph CUMMINS, William Henry CUMMINS, Arthur Bettesworth CUMMINS, Devisees of Joseph King CUMMINS, Deceased and of Charlotte CUMMINS and James John CUMMINS, Executor and Executrix of said Joseph King CUMMINS; Continued as to said Frederick Joseph CUMMINS in the name of Thomas MANNIX CUMMINS, his heir-at-law. Ex parte John SMYTH, Petitioner In the Court of the Commissioners for the Sale of Incumbered Estates in Ireland CITY OF CORK SEVERAL LANDS, HOUSES & PREMISES WITHIN-MENTIONED situate in the City of Cork and also of the Impropriate Tithes of Premises situate in the County of KILDARE To be sold by the COMMISSIONERS, AT THEIR COURT, 14 HENRIETTA-STREET, DUBLIN ON Thursday, the 15th day of June, 1854 at the hour of 12 o'Clock NOON _______________ For Rentals and all further Information and Particulars, apply at the Court of the Commissioners,14 Henrietta-Street, Dublin; to John SMYTH, Solicitor, having carriage of the Order for Sale, No. 17 Eustace-street, Dunlin' to Mssrs. SEYMOUR & WEBB, Solicitors for Owners, No. 4 Kildare-street, Dublin; to Francis HEARD, Esq., the Receiver, Nile-street, Cork; to Charles GAUSSEN, Solicitor, No. 17 Gardiners-place, Dublin; to Maurice COLLES, C.E. M.R.I.A., No. 2 North Great George's-street, Dublin; to HODGES & SMITH, No. 104 Grafton-street, Dublin; or to the Office of the WEEKLY NEWS and CHRONICALE, No. 337 Strand, London __________________________________________________________________________________ INTRODUCTORY OBSERVATIONS AND DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS The Lands, Houses and Premises to be sold in this matter, forming LOTS 1 to 6 inclusive are all situate in the County and City of Cork. LOT No. 1] This valuable property consists of the Western Division of the Townland of Ballycrennan and its subdenominations, situate about two miles from the Town of Yougal in the County of Cork, adjacent to the sea. It is held by one Tenant of the highest respectability, under a lease for three lives renewable for ever at a Yearly rent of £ 147 2s. 6d. and a renewable fine of £28 8s.9 d.. payable upon the fall of each life. The Poor Law Valuation is £724 14s. 0d., so that the rent payable there-out is a well- secured Chief Rent. __________ LOT No. 2] Consists of part of the Lands of Ballinamought East; it is situate in one of the most desirable outlets of the City of Cork, distant about two miles from the City of Cork, and one from the Military Barracks, and the rents payable are moderate and well-secured. __________ LOT No. 3] Consists of part of the Lands of Lotabeg. This lot is also very desirably situated about two miles from the City of Cork, one mile from the River Lee, and in the neighbourhood of Glanmire; it is set to solvent Tenants. The interests of the first two tenants on this lot may be fairly classed as Chief rents, large sums of money having been expended thereon in buildings and improvements. The land is of excellent quality and almost exclusively used for Dairy purposes, and the rents are well paid. "Silverspring" on this lot was for some years the residence of the late Joseph King CUMMINS, Esq. The demense is tastefully planted and the Dwelling-house commodious and in good repair, with convenient Offices and large walled-in garden, with green-houses. It is in the occupation of a very respectable tenant and from its contiguity to the City of Cork it is a most desirable residence. __________ LOT No. 4] Consists of the of the Land and Premises of Kilmichell, and Myrtleville. This Lot is distant about twelve miles from Cork and one from Crosshaven. These Lands have a considerable frontage to the sea, which affords a good suply of Sea Ore; Sand also can be procured. These are two respectable residences upon the land, viz. Myrtleville House and Myrtleville Cottage. Myrtleville House is commodious and beautifully situated outside Cork Harbour, near the Demenses of Hoddersfield, Crosshaven and Ringabella, and commands a fine sea view. It is well sheltered with trees and has a large walled-in Garden, stocked with good fruit trees. The house requires some repairs and with a moderate outlay, would form a most desirable residence. The present tenancy is under the Court of Chancery, pending the Cause of CUMMINS V. CUMMINS and terminates with the sale. The purchaser will be titles to immediate possession, and an advanced rent may fairly be expected. [See Engraving] Myrtleville Cottage also upon this lot, immediately adjoins the Lands of Kilmichell and is a compact two-storied house, containing four Bed-rooms, Sitting and Dining-room, and Servants Apartments. It stands upon 3A 1R 10P, statute measure and is beautifully situate on a projecting headland, commanding a fine view of the entrance of Cork Harbour, with a small outlay for repairs would form an agreeable summer marine residence. __________ LOT No. 5] Consist of four comfortable Dwelling-houses, situate at Wellington-place in and No. 6] an airy and healthful situation overlooking the City of Cork; they are all four stories high and form convenient residences. They have Coach-houses and Stables attached and are suitable residences for families of respectability. ------------------------------------ LOT No. 7] Consists of the Impropriate Tithes of Rickardstown, otherwise Scarletstown situate in the COUNTY OF KILDARE [No other information here] ______________________________________________________________________________________ SUMMARY ______________________________________________________________________ LOT No. Denominations Gross YEARLY RENT GRIFFITH'S VALUATION ______________________________________________________________________________________ LOT 1 Ballycrenan &c. £149 17s. 0d. £726 14s.0d ______ LOT 2 Ballinmought (part of) £43 16s. 4d. £44 10s.0d. ______ LOT 3 Lotaburg (part of) £311 15s.6d. £254 5s. 0d. ______ LOT 4 Myrtleville and Kilmichell £140 0s.0d. £143 0s. 0d. ______ LOT 5 Three House in Wellington-place-Cork £108 12s.6d. £107 0s. 0d. ______ LOT 6 One house in ditto £30 0s. 0d. £35 0s. 0d. ______ LOT 7 Tithes of Rickarstown £6 18s. 6d. -- -- -- and Scatletstown, County KILDARE ___________ ____________ TOTALS £810 19s. 10d. £1310 9s.d. ____________ OBSERVATIONS: The Head Rents or Tithe Rentcharges are not deducted from the Annual Rents here stated, but same are stated upon the details rentals of the respective Lots. Such of the tenants as hold by Lease made prior to the year 1832 are liable to the payment of the Tithe Rentcharge, and such Tithe Rentcharge has been hitherto paid by said tenants. In all other cases the purchaser will be liable to the payment of said Tithe Rentcharge, which has been apportioned as nearly as possible, and deducted from the rent on each Lot; and the purchase will not be at liberty to object should the sums actually payable for same exceed the sums stated at the foot of the several Lots. The contents of the several Lots and of each building are given in statue and Plantation measures throughout from a survey made by Mr. Maurice COLLES; they are to be taken as the quantities stated, be they more or less. __________________________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS OF LOT No. 1 [English - a837 r0 p1 - Irish Plantation a516 r2 p36] The Western Division of the Townland of Ballycrenan, Kilcredane, Gortaskibole, Ballymollen, and the Mills thereon, situate in the Barony of Imokilly, and County of Cork, held in Fee. ______________________________ RENTAL -- LOT No. 1 RENTS Gale Days 1st May and 1st. Nov. DENOMINATION TENANTS' NAME YEARLY RENT Western Division of BULKELEY, John M. £149 17s. 0d. Ballycrenan &c. Praed, Esq. NATURE OF TENANCY: Lease dated 24th July from the Right Hon, James TYNTE, to William WALLACE, for 3 lives renewable for ever - last renewal dated 6th April, 1819 from Edward Wallis HOARE TO John COLTHURST, for lives of Edward Wallis HOARE, Cooper PENROSE and Charles COLTHURST all of whom are living. __________________________________________________________________________________ OBSERVATIONS: The original lease of 24th July 1747, demised the entire of the lands above mentioned thereby stated to contain 1056a 0r 13p, plantation measure, at the rent of £316 16s. with 6d. in the pound receiver's fees; but the landlord's interest having subsequently been partitioned, separate renewals of the Western Division, now for sale, was made at the rent above stated, being half of the rent and receiver's fess above mentioned and a half fine of £28 8s. 9d., on the fall of each life. The said last renewal dated 6th April, 1819, demised 837a 1r 21p statute measure and reserves to the landlord all mines, minerals, felons' and fugitives' goods, waifs, estrays, deedlands and wrecks of the sea, and all royalties with liberty to dig, search for, and carry away same, making reasonable amends for the damage thereby done; and also reserves to the said landlord, with servants and attendants, free liberty of hunting, hawking, fishing and fowling on said premises. Neither the original lease nor the last renewal of these land will be forthcoming but a compared copy of such last renewal will be handed to the purchaser. _____________________________________________________________________________________________ LOTS 2,3,4,5.6 AND Lot 7. [Kildare] to follow in next transcription.