Land: CORK, In the Matter of the Estate of Richard Longfield JAMESON, Esq. Owner and Petitioner 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 RENTALS & PARTICULARS OF; In the Matter of the Estate of Richard Longfield JAMESON, Esq. Owner and Petitioner Several Valuable Houses, and Premises, held for long terms of years situate on the SOUTH MALL, MORRISSON'S QUAY, QUEEN STREET and LOGAN STREET in the City of Cork AND AT BLACKROCK, in all, FIFTEEN LOTS. TO BE SOLD BY THE COMMISSIONERS, AT THEIR COURT, NO. 14 HENRIETTA STREET IN THE CITY OF DUBLIN ON Thursday the 20th day of January 1859 at 12 o'Clock NOON Pursuant to order of the LANDED ESTATES COURT, bearing date 15th November, 1858 __________________________________________________________________________________________ Rentals and further Particulars LOTS 10 THROUGH 15 ----------------- [EDITED and CONDENSED WHERE POSSIBLE] Further PARTICULARS for RENTAL NOTED: The ordnance valuation of the first five lots is £852. _____________________________________________________________________________________ [Edited and condensed where possible] _____________________________________ DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS OF LOTS 10 THROUGH 15 - Situate at BLACKROCK, late South Liberties of THE CITY OF CORK, but now in the Barony of Cork, and County of Cork. The lands and premises comprised in Lots 10-15 are parts of the lands of MAHON, in the County of Cork held under a lease dated 18th October, 1781 made by James CHATTERTON (later Sir James, Bart.) to Michael MURPHY of the City of Cork, Mason, for the term of 17 years at the yearly rent of £48 10s. 0d. late Irish currency, in which indenture there is a covenant for renewal agreed upon and for such term of years as Jonathon BUSTEED, Gentleman, shall from time to time renew the said three fields containing 12a 1r 20p, bounded on the high road leading from Cork to BLACKROCK, on the South by Mr. BURY'S land; on the West by a strand or waste ground, adjoining Alderman SWETE'S land, and on the East by other parts of the lands of MAHON, then in the possession of Messrs. Arthur CONNELL and William KEARNES. Michael MURPHY, the original Lessee by deed, dated 27th December, 1748 assigned all his interest in the said lands and tenancy unto Edward JAMESON the father of the owner. Renewals have been made from time to time, and the last renewal thereof is dated 19th March, 1850 and was made by Sir William Abraham CHATTERTON to the said Richard Longfield JAMESON , the owner for the term of eighteen years and a half, from the 29th September and contains a 'toties quoties' covenant for renewal on payment of the annual sum of £15 4s 84d [crossed out: to the ECCLESIASTICAL COMMISSIONERS] or of one-twentieth part of such fine as should be paid for the renewal of the head lease of said lands. ___________________________________ CONDITIONS OF SALE LOTS 10 THROUGH 15 ___________________________________ First Cond: The purchaser of any of the above lots shall not be at liberty to require evidence of the title of the Lessor of lease dated 18th October 1781, to make same or object by reason of any incumbrance affecting the ground or premises thereby demised or the estate of the Lessor, his executors, administrators or assigns therein. Second Cond: All of the above lots being held by owner under lease dated 18th October 1781 will be sold liable to the yearly head-rent of £49 10s.0d, late currency and to the payment renewal fine of £15 8s. 0d but indemnified there from by LOT 10. Third. Cond: Lot 10 will be sold primarily subject to the said yearly head rent of £18 9s. 2-3/4d in indemnification of the said several other lots held under said original Lease. Fourth Cond: The purchaser of Lot 10 shall be entitled to the possession of the original lease dated 18th October 1781, but will be required to enter into a proper deed of covenant for its production, at the request of the purchasers of the several other lots held under the same lease. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LOTS 10]Part of the lands of MAHON, in the County of Cork, held for a residue of a term of Eighteen years and a half, from the 29th September. 1849 with a toties quotes covenant for renewal. _______________________________________________________________________________________ RENTAL GALE DAYS 25th March and 29th September DENOMINATIONS TENANTS NAME YEARLY RENT 10-a] Part of the David HALL, Esq. £61 2s. 3-1/4d Lands of Mohan TERMS OF LEASE [HALL-8a-3r-35p] LEASE dated 6th August 1783 to Mathias SMITH for 14 years from the 25th March 1782 at the yearly rent of £57 8s 0d, late currency. with past renewals with fine paid during the incumbency of the Rev. Robert Daly. Last renewal dated 28th May, 1855 from Richard Longfield JAMESON to David HALL for 13 years. Description is that of one field in lands of Maghon, alias Mahon, near Blackrock 8 acres - 3 roods and 35 perches statute measure. Bounded on the north by highroad leading from Cork to Blackrock Castle; on the South, partly by lands of Mahon in the possession of Mr. CRAWFORD and of Parkaplumpa in the possession of Mr. JAMESON; on the East by premises formerly occupied by Messrs. CONNELL and KEARNES and on the West by premises then lately occupied by the Rev. Mr. BURROWS. [Observations] The Lessor's side of this lease is not forthcoming, a copy has been obtained from the tenant and will be handed to the purchaser. The tenant will be bound to attorn to the purchaser at the expense of the estate. -------- 10-b] Ditto Henry DIXON £4 0s 0d NATURE OF TENANCY: [DIXON] Tenant from year to year. Tenancy determinable on the 25th march in each year. -------- 10-c] Ditto William BARRY £1 6s 8d NATURE OF TENANCY: [BARRY] Lease dated 30th September 1858 by Richard Longfield JAMESON to William Barry for 9 years, with toties quoties covenant for renewal with Lessor reserving one half-year of his term. -------- 10-d] Ditto Daniel CORKERAN £1 6s 8d NATURE OF TENANCY: [CORKERAN ] Lease dated 1st October 1858 by Richard Longfield JAMESON to Daniel CORKERAN for 9 years, with toties quoties covenant for renewal with Lessor reserving one half-year of his term. -------- 10-E] Ditto John CREMMIN £2 0s 0d NATURE OF TENANCY: [CREMMIN] Lease dated 25th June 1841 John CREMMIN for15years, with toties quoties covenant for renewal. Said premises include house situate at Blackrock in the possession of Richard Longfield JAMESON, bounded on the North by house of Mathias SMITH; on the East by the premises of Henry MILWARD, Esq.; on the south by John MURPHY'S premises and on the West by the high road leading to Lakelands of Blackrock. -------- 10-f] Ditto Daniel CORKERAN £0 15s 0d NATURE OF TENANCY: [CORKERAN ] Lease dated 1st October 1858 by Richard Longfield JAMESON to Daniel CORKERAN for 9 years, with toties quoties covenant for renewal with Lessor reserving one half-year of his term. _______________________________________________________________________________________ LOT 11] Part of the lands of MAHON, in the County of Cork, held for a residue of a term of Eighteen years and a half, from the 29th September. 1849 with a toties quoties covenant for renewal. _________________________________________________________________________________________ RENTAL GALE DAYS 25th March and 29th September DENOMINATIONS TENANTS NAME YEARLY RENT 11] Part of the Mrs. Eliza NASH £11 4s. 0d Lands of Mohan £16 10s.3d TERMS OF LEASE [NASH] LEASE dated 1st June 1830, to John SULLIVAN for 17 years by Richard Longfield JAMESON, from the 25th March at the yearly rent of £11 4s. 0d, late currency. Last renewal dated 7th March, 1857 to Rev. William Ruxton NASH for eleven years and one half. Premised demised are the holding of then late Mr. Francis COTTRELL situate on what was commonly called the Terrace on the Blackrock road in the South-EAST liberties of Cork, saving and reserving out of said demise the small lot to the east of the coach house already demised to by Richard Longfield JAMESON to the reps. of John WILEY. Also demised are two small houses formerly known as part of the old factory belonging then to the late Edward JAMESON, Esq. as well as a small plot of ground late in the possession of Jameson. 2nd lease of this Lot 11 also to Mrs. Eliza NASH covers in detail as follows: a small house with yard fronting and garden in rere. Bounded on the North by Blackrock road; on the east formerly by Mr. Deane's holdings, but by then Mr. TOLEKIN"S house and garden; on the West partly by the holdings of the Representatives of David FITZGERALD and partly by the premises of Richard Longfield JAMESON and on the South by a house and yard in the possession of Mr. William MURPHY, where a coach-house, stable and other improvements had been built by Luke SHEA, deceased. Also a small plot of ground with a small house as part of the quarry field. _______________________________________________________________________________________ LOT 12, 13, 14] Part of the lands of MAHON, in the County of Cork, held for a residue of a term of Eighteen years and a half, from the 29th September. 1849 with a toties quoties covenant for renewal. _________________________________________________________________________________________ RENTAL GALE DAYS 25th March and 29th September DENOMINATIONS TENANTS NAME YEARLY RENT 12] Part of the Alexander DEANE £21 0s. 0d Lands of Mohan TERMS OF LEASE [DEANE] Tenant from year to year. tenancy determinable on the 29th September in each year. __________________________________________________________________ RENTAL GALE DAYS 25th March and 29th September DENOMINATIONS TENANTS NAME YEARLY RENT 13] Part of the Henry Edward JONES £20 0s. 0d Lands of Mohan TERMS OF LEASE [DEANE oa-1r-op] This held under parol agreement for three years from 25th March 1855 which expired on the 25th March 1858 -------- RENTAL GALE DAYS 25th March and 29th September DENOMINATIONS TENANTS NAME YEARLY RENT Lot 14] Part of the Mr. Mortimer £36 16s.2d Joseph CUFFE as Rep. of William BUSTEED & THOMAS Gray FULLER TERMS OF LEASE [CUFFE for BUSTEED & FULLER] LEASE dated 22nd November 1802 by Edward JAMESON to William BUSTEED and Thomas Gray FULLER, AT the yearly rent of £10 4s. 0d, late currency. Last renewal dated 26TH September 1853 made to Mortimer Joseph CUFFE for 15 years so long as the lease shall be renewed by the ECCLESIASTICAL COMMISSIONERS. The premises are demised as follows: piece or plot of ground herein mentioned as part of the quarry field, bounded on the north by the high road leading to Blackrock; on which piece of ground there had been built two large houses; on the south with a lot of ground formerly demised to Denis MAHONY; on the east with Honora BARLOW'S dwelling house and premises and on the west with a passage reserved, adjoining Alderman SWEETE'S former concerns. _________________________________ RENTAL GALE DAYS 25th March and 29th September DENOMINATIONS TENANTS NAME YEARLY RENT Lot 15] Part of the William WILEY £8 6s.6-1/28d [0a3r0p] Rep. of £1 13s.8d [0a1rop] John WILEY TERMS OF LEASE [WILEY] held under two leases for two parcels adjoining. Parcel one lease dated 30th September 1802 by Edward JAMESON to John WILEY Last renewal dated 21st February 1857 and was made to William WILEY, Esq. L.L.D. for the term of 11 years. A piece of ground about three-fourths of an acre, more or less together with the houses and other buildings made and erected thereon, bounded on the north by the high road leading from Cork to Blackrock, on the South by a quarry formerly in the possession of William MURPHY, on the East with a lane or passage and on the West by a lot of ground formerly held by Luke SHEA. Parcel two lease; dated 30th September 1806: renewal to William Wiley as above. described as a piece or plot of ground conataining one-fourth acre, more or less, being part of the Quarry field with the dwelling house and other buildings and improvements erected thereon. __________________________________________ Source: FHL# 0258795 Encumbered Estates - County Cork.