Land: CORK, In the Matter of the Estate of Charles Clery et al. (1858) Lots 1 & 2 Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Land Index Copyright Contributed by C.Hunt & Jane Sullivan ---------------------------------- IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Charles Clery, John Thomas Clery, William Clery and George Clery, Anne Clery, Maria Clery and Helena Clery, Richard Clery, Joseph Bernard Clery, Thomas Clery, the Reverend Edward Clery and Henry Clery—Owners and Petitioners. AND IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF John Thomas Clery, Richard Clery, Charles Clery and Henry Clery—Owners and Petitioners. RENTALS AND PARTICULARS of the PREMISES CALLED CATFORT, OTHERWISE ANNEMOUNT IN THE PARISH OF SAINT NICHOLAS AND CITY OF CORK Which will be sold by Public Auction, in Four Lots...29 June 1858. LOT No. 1 The premises called CATFORT, otherwise ANNEMOUNT, in the Parish of St Nicholas, and the City of Cork. Held in Fee-Farm. DENOMINATIONS CATFORT, otherwise ANNEMOUNT In the Parish of St Nicholas, and City of Cork. TENANTS NAMES Her Majesty's Commissioners of Barracks in Ireland. YEARLY RENT £ 31 s.10 d.0 DEDUCT YEARLY HEAD RENT £ 3 s.8 d.1½ NETT ANNUAL PROFIT RENT £28 s.1 d.10½ GALE DAYS 25th March and 29th September TERMS AND OBSERVATIONS Lease dated 23rd March, 1798,from Thomas BURNE to the Right Honorable Sir Ralph AMBERCROMBIE, Right Honorable James Lord TYRAWLEY, the Honorable Ponsonby MOORE, the Honorable Henry POMEROY, Frederick TRENCH, Esq., the Honorable William COCKAYNE, Brigadier General, John Francis CRADOCK, John TOWNSEND, and William Arthur CROSBIE, Esqrs., Commissioners and Overseers of the Barracks in Ireland, for the term of 500 years, from the 25th day of March, 1798, at the yearly Rent of £34 2s. 6d, late currency. The premises demised by this Lease are therein described as "The Dwelling Houses, Offices, Gardens, and Tenement, commonly called Annemount, situate in the south suburbs of the City of Cork, bounded on the north by the Garden of St Stephen's Hospital, on the south by Cat lane, on the east by Chartres Lane, and on the west by the Garden of Edward PARKER." The lease contains only the ususal covenants between landlord and tenant. The counterpart hereof will be given to purchaser. _____________________________________________________________________________ This Lot is held under Fee-farm Grant bearing date the 27th January, 1732, from Thomas HODDER to John CHARTRES, at the yearly rent of £3 14s. late currency. (equivalent to £3 8s 3½ d. sterling), payable half-yearly on every 25th June and 25th December. The premises are therein described as "The Summer House, two Plots of Gardens, a small Cabin and Backside, then enclosed by the said John CHARTRES in as large and ample a manner as said Premises were formerly held by the said CHARTRES from William LANE, Gentleman, deceased." The Grant contains only the usual covenants between landlord and Tenant. The original Grant will be handed to the Purchaser. _____________________________________________________________________________ LOT 2 The residue of a term of 800 years, from 25th March, 1777, in certain Premises in the City of Cork, and known as the County Club House, situate on the South Mall, in said City. DENOMINATIONS Premises on the South Mall, in the City of cork, known as the County Club House. TENANTS NAME Representatives of John FORBES YEARLY RENT £ 38 S.15 D.4 GALE DAYS 25th March and 29th September TENURE AND OBSERVATIONS Lease dated 8th October, 1787, from Thomas BURNE, and Anne BURNE, his wife, to John FORBES, for 780 years from the 29th September, 1787, at the yearly rent of £42, late currency. The demised Premises are described in said Lease as "the Cellars, Yards, Lofts, and Linnies, formerly in the possession of Thomas STRETTLE, and then in the tenancy of said John FORBES; bounded on the south by the South Mall, on the north by the holdings of Issac JONES, on the east by Crane-lane, and on the west by the King's Iron Yard and the holdings of Nathaniel DIBBS, situate on Dunscombe Marsh, in the City of Cork; together with such benefit of the Quay fronting said Premises as the said Thomas BURNE and Anne BURNE had power to grant." The counterpart will be given to the purchaser. ___________________________________________________________________________ These Premises are held under a lease-bearing date the 8th day of February, 1777, from Thomas STRETTLE to Nathaniel DIBBS, for the term of 800 years from the 25th day of March then next, at the yearly rent of £26, late currency, payable half-yearly, on every 25th March and 29th September, and are described in said lease as "the Cellars, Yards, Lofts, and Linnies then and for some time past in the possession of the said Thomas Strettle; bounded on the south by the South Mall, on the north by the holdings of Issac JONES, on the east by Crane- Lane, and on the west by the King's Yard and the holdings of the said Nathaniel DIBBS, situate on Dunscombe's Marsh, in the City of Cork; together with such benefit of the Quay fronting the demised Premises as the said Thomas STRETTLE had power to grant". The Lease contains only the usual covenants: the original of it will be given to the purchaser. Purchaser shall not be at liberty to require of the title of the Lease, or to object by reason of any incumbrance affecting his interest. ___________________________________________________________________________ Source: FHL# 0258795 Encumbered Estates - County Cork.