Land: CORK, In the matter of the Estate of CHARLOTTE MANNIX, and WILLIAM MANNIX, an infant, Lot No. 5 Copyright 2007, Ireland Genealogy Project Archives, All rights reserved Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Land Index Copyright Contributed by C.Hunt ___________________________________________________________________ In the matter of the estate of CHARLOTTE MANNIX, and WILLIAM MANNIX, an infant, Ex parte JOHN CARROLL, And BARCROFT HAUGHTON CARROLL By Public Auction ... 26 day of May, 1857 LOT NO. 7 Rental of a Dwelling House and Premises situate on the Grand Parade, formerly called Tuckey's Quay, in the City of Cork, known as No. 86, held for ever under a Deed dated the 12th day of November, 1712, at a pepper-corn rent. DENOMINATIONS: No. 1 CITY OF CORK, Grand Parade, known as No. 86 TENANTS' NAMES: Michael COLLINS DESCRIPTION OF HOLDING: Dwelling House and Premises, 15 feet in front, and 41 feet from front to rere ANNUAL RENT: £ s. d. 28 0 0 TENURE BY WHICH TENANTS HOLD: Tenant under the Court of Chancery by Lease, from 1st November, 1852, for seven years, pending the Cause of CARROLL v. MANNIX. OBSERVATIONS: This Lease will expire with the sale. ________________________________________ DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS. The Premises comprised in the Lot are (amongst other premises not to be sold in the matter) held under a Deed, bearing date the 12th day of November, 1712, from Mathias SMITH, junior, then of the City of Cork, Cooper, to Christopher TUCKEY, of said City, Esquire, whereby the said Mathias SMITH did, for the consideration therein mentioned, duly convey unto the said Christopher TUCKEY, his heirs and assigns, All That and Those, a Parcel of Ground adjoining to the walls of said City, eastward, as the same was then enclosed and walled-in, containing in length 157 feet, from north to south, adjoining on the north to the holdings of Baptist SMITH, deceased, on the Quay, then commonly called Tuckey's Quay, but now called the Grand Parade; and in breadth, from the City walls on the west to the Quay of the said Tuckey on the east, containing at the north end 39 feet, more or less, and at the south end 39 feet, more or less, with the easements and appurtenances thereunto belonging, with all the houses, buildings, and structures then built and erected thereon; to hold to the said Christopher TUCKEY, his heirs and assigns, for ever, to the sole use of the said Christopher TUCKEY, his heirs and assigns, for ever, subject to the yearly rent of one pepper-corn, on every May day, if lawfully demanded. And the Grantee did thereby covenant for himself, his heirs and assigns, to maintain and preserve all and every the common sewers which then formerly, or then were, passing through the City walls into the premises, at his and their costs and charges, as the same should and might for ever a free passage through the premises into the river or channel then made on and in the said granted premises. The Premises are in good order, and are in one of the best business situations in the City of Cork. ___ Mr Wiseman's Valuation, by order of the Commissioners, is £47. ________________________________________________________________________________ Source: FHL# 0258795 Encumbered Estates - County Cork.