Land: CORK, In the Matter of the Estate of TERENCE FITTON Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Land Index Copyright Contributed by C.Hunt & Jane Sullivan ___________________________________________________________________ IN THE COURT OF THE COMMISSIONERS FOR SALE OF INCUMBERED ESTATES IN IRELAND CITY OF CORK Sale on TUESDAY, the 17th day of NOVEMBER, 1857. _______________________________________________________________________________ In the Matter of the Estate of TERENCE FITTON, Owner; Ex parte DENNIS SHEA, petitioner. _______________________________________________________________________________ RENTAL, MAP, AND PARTICULARS Of Five undivided sixth parts of the Plot of Ground, being Part of the Lands of Evergreen, In the SOUTH SUBURBS OF THE CITY OF CORK, As Demised by Indenture of Lease bearing date the 16th day of August 1826, containing 3 Acres, 1 Rod and 20 Perches, Statute Measure, and producing an Annual Profit of £16 12s,7½d., held for lives renewable forever, TO be Sold By Auction, BY THE COMMISSIONERS, AT THEIR COURT, HENRIETTA-STREET, DUBLIN, On Tuesday, the 17th day of November, 1857, at the hour of 12 o'Clock, IN ONE LOT _______________________________________________________________________________ For Maps, Details, and further particulars, apply at the Office of the Commissioners, No. 14, Henrietta-street, Dublin; of THOMAS FRANCIS O'CONNELL, Solicitor, 71, Lower Gardiner-street, Dublin; or of WILLIAM HONOHAN, Solicitor for the Petitioner, having Conduct of the Proceedings, No.34, South Mall, Cork, and No.71, Lower Gardiner-street, Dublin. _______________________________________________________________________________ Browne & Nolan, Printers, 21, Nassau-street, Dublin. OBSERVATIONS. _______________________________________________________________________________ By Indenture of Lease, bearing the date the 16th day of August, 1826, and purporting to have been made between Cornelius O'Leary, of the Town of Kanturk, in the County of Cork, Medicine Doctor, and Mary O'Leary, otherwise PURCELL, his wife; James PURCELL, of Gurteenard, in said County, Esquire, and the Rev. James George PURCELL, of Foxborough, in the King's County, Clerk, of one part; and Terence FITTON, of the City of Cork, Gentleman (the owner in this matter), of the other part - the said Cornelius O'Leary and his wife, James PURCELL, and the Rev. James George PURCELL purported to demise to the said Terence FITTON, "All that and those a plot of good ground, being part of the Lands of Evergreen, in the south suburbs of the City of Cork, containing about 3 acres, 1 rood, and 20 perches, English statute measure, be the same more or less, in as full and ample a manner as the said Terence FITTON then held and enjoyed the same, meared and bounded on the East by the Right Hon. Lord Viscount Gort's Estate then in his possession, on the North by ground partly in the possession of Lord Gort, and partly by ground in possession of the said Terence FITTON, on the West by ground and the kitchen garden then in possession of the Rev. Edmond Stavelley, Clerk, and on the South by the high road leading from Cork to Upper Douglas, and which ground to the front of the high road only contains 20 feet, together with the ways, easements, &c." To hold the said demised Premises unto the said Terence FITTON, for the lives of Edward Allen FITTON, eldest son of the Leesee, Lord Boyle, eldest son of Henry Earl of Shannon, and the Right Hon. Lord Clarina, and the survivors of them, with covenant for perpetual renewal, subject to the yearly rent of £5 10s. 10d., payable half yearly, and to a renewal fine of 6d. on the fall of each life. The said Indenture of Lease was duly executed by the said James PURCELL and the Rev. James George PURCELL, who were entitled to five undivided sixth parts of the premises demised thereby; but it was not executed by the said Cornelius O'Leary, or Mary his wife, (the said Cornelius O'Leary, in right of his wife, the said Mary, being entitled to one undivided sixth part of the premises purported to be demised by said Lease,) and five sixth parts of the said premises purported to be demised by said Indenture of Lease, became thereby demised, subject to five sixth parts of the rent of £5 10s. 10d. thereby reserved. The Premises now to be sold in this matter consist of said five undivided sixth parts of the Lands of Evergreen, as demised by the said Lease of the 16th day of August, 1826, subject to five-sixths of the rent thereby reserved. _______________________________________________________________________________ CONDITIONS OF SALE FIRST - That the Purchaser shall not object, by reason of the said lease of the 16th day of August, 1826, having been executed only by the said James PURCELL and Rev. James George PURCELL, the Sale in this matter being only of the five undivided sixth parts of the said Lands, vested in the said James PURCELL and Re. James George PURCELL, and which they had power to demise. SECOND - That the Purchaser shall not be at Liberty to require evidence of the Title of the said James PURCELL Rev. James George PURCELL, or either of them, but shall assume that they had power to demise five undivided sixth parts of the Premises, or object by reason of any Incumbrance affecting their or either of their Estates. RENTAL ------------------- Of five undivided sixth parts of the Plot of Ground, being part of the Lands Of EVERGREEN, in the South Suburbs of the City of Cork, as was demised by and described in Indenture of Lease, bearing date the 16th day of August 1826, held for three lives, renewable for ever. DENOMINATIONS ---------------------------- Five undivided sixth parts of the plot of ground being part of the Lands of Evergreen, in the south suburbs of the City of Cork, being "the Garden, Orchard and small Garden fronting the 'high road from Cork to Upper Douglas" Quantity of Land, Yearly Rent Gale Days Statute measure, Reserved by Lease per Commissioners TENANTS NAMES Survey ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- John O'KEEFE A. R. P. £ s. d. and James O'KEEFE 3 1 20 25 10 0 25TH day of March and 29th day of September DEDUCT HEAD RENT -- -- -- 5 10 10 GROSS ANNUAL PROFIT -- -- -- £12 19 2 Net Annual Profit for the Five undivided sixth parts £16 12 7½ TERMS BY WHICH TENANT HOLDS --------------------------- Tenants under the Court of Chancery, in the Cause Petition matter of William MURPHY, Petitioner, Terence FITTON, Respondent, under a Lease bearing date the tenth day of June, 1856, made by Atcheson LYLE, Esq., Master in Chancery, to the said John O'Keefe and James O'KEEFE, for seven years, pending the said Cause Petition Matter. handwritten note (The rent? stated in next column is paid for these together with other premises) OBSERVATIONS ------------- The tenancy of the said John O'KEEFE and James O'KEEFE will be determined by the sale; and the Purchaser will be entitled to the immediate possession of the premises, subject to the tenant's emblements, and such right of entry (if any) as incident thereto. DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS ----------------------- The Premises form part of the Lands of Evergreen, of the Spittal-Fields, and are within the City and Borough of Cork. They are in the immediate neighbourhood of the Cork Union Workhouse, and the Cork and Bandon Railway abuts on one corner of the premises. The premises are held by market gardeners and are being tilled for supplying vegetables, are under garden culture, and may be considered as gardens. The rent is punctually paid, and the tenants' rent is under the present letting value. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Source: FHL# 0258795 Encumbered Estates - County Cork.