Land: CORK, In the Matter of the Estate of William McCRIEGHT, and Mary McCRIEGHT Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Land Index Copyright Contributed by C.Hunt _________________________________________________________________________ In the Matter of the Estate of William McCRIEGHT, and Mary McCRIEGHT, otherwise BALDWIN, his wife; John HERRICK, Martin HENNESSY, and Jane HENNESSY, otherwise WARING, his wife; and which said Jane is Executrix of Henry BALDWIN, deceased; Louisa HERRICK, John Edward HERRICK, Isabella Shaw HERRICK, Henrietta HERRICK, Eliza LEADER, Herbert BALDWIN, Herbert BALDWIN, the Younger, and Elizabeth McCARTHY: OWNERS Ex-Parte: Martin HENNESSY and Jane HENNESSY, his wife, Petitioners IN THE COURT OF THE COMMISSIONERS FOR SALE OF INCUMBERED ESTATES IN IRELAND CITY OF CORK: To be sold by Auction: In ONE lot by Mr. Roger Bernard Evans Sale Rooms at 54 South Mall, Cork on Thursday 15 day of October 1857 at the hour of one o'clock. "THE SAID SEVEN-NINTH PARTS OF SAID LANDS OF LISNEGAT" For Particulars Contact: The Office of the Commissioners, Dublin: to Abraham Thomas CHATTERTON. Solicitor-8 Inn's Quay, Dublin and 49 South Mall, Cork; to BEAMISH & Co., 8 Inn's Quay, Dublin; to Thomas Kingston SULLIVAN, solicitor and Richard TRESILLIAN, Esq the Receiver, Bandon Biddings will be taken by the Auctioneer at his place of sale and then submitted to Mr. Commissioner LONGFIELD at his chambers, Tuesday 3rd November 1857, when, if approved, the purchaser will be declared. GUY BROTHERS, Printers 70 Patrick Street, CORK -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "THE SAID SEVEN-NINTH PARTS OF SAID LANDS OF LISNEGAT" RENTAL and Descriptive Particulars of the Lands of LISNEGAT about 4 miles of the town of Bandon, situate in the Barony of Kinalmeaky, County of Cork, held for a residue of 995 years from the 25th March, 1764 at the yearly rent of £120 late currency being £110 15s 4-1/2d British Sterling. producing a Nett Yearly Profit of £113 8s 9d, seven undivided ninth parts whereof are to be sold pursuant to the absolute Order for sale in this matter. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lands of LISNEGAT Rental Griffith's Valuation of the entire is £240 15s 0d The several shares and proportions following of the Lands of LISNEGAT, that is to say (?) parts or one-fifth part thereof being formerly the estate of Corless William BALDWIN; or (?) parts or one-fifth the estate being formerly the estate of Henry BALDWIN; (?) parts or one-fifth being formerly the estate of James BALDWIN; (?) parts, being one-third of the one-fifth formerly the estate of Elizabeth BALDWIN and after-wards of the said Corless William BALDWIN; (?)parts being the share of the said William McCRIEGHT of the said one-fifth, formerly the Estate of the said Elizabeth Baldwin; (?) parts being the share of the said Petitioners of the said one-fifth, formerly the estate of said Elizabeth Baldwin; (?) parts being the share of said Louisa HERRICK, John Edward HERRICK, Isabella SHAW HERRICK, Henrietta HERRICK, Eliza LEADER, Herbert BALDWIN, and Herbert BALDWIN, the younger. of the said one-fifth, formerly the estate of said Elizabeth Baldwin; and (?) being the share of the said Elizabeth Mc CARTHY of the said one fifth, formerly the estate of the said Elizabeth BALDWIN, and several shares and proportions making the whole (?) or seven-ninths parts undivided, of and in the Lands of LISNEGAT, situate in the Barony of Kinalmeaky, County Cork, containing 303a 0r 35p English Statute measure, (more or less) the entire of said lands being held by virtue of a Lease dated 6th May 1771, from Robert BALDWIN to William to William BALDWIN, subject to the yearly rent of £110 15s 4-1/2d, equilvalent to the Yearly rent of £120 late currency. **************************** Gale days 25th March and 29th September each year unless otherwise noted DENOMINATIONS TENANTS NAMES LAND RENT AT TIME OF SALE 1] Lands of James DAWSON 121a 0r 0p £75 12s 6d LISNEGAT PARTICULARS OF TENANCY: "Condensed" Proposal dated 6th September, 1848 for the term of 40 years, as all other previous leases vacated. at the yearly rent of 12s 6d per acre and accepted by Jane WARING, (now the Petitioner Jane HENNESSY) and William McCRIEGHT with exceptions for rights of the mines, minerals, timber etc. granted to the Lessor. ------ 2] Ditto Mathew DRUMMY 65a 0r 0p £42 5s 0d PARTICULARS OF TENANCY: "Condensed" Tenant holds under an unsigned memorandum of agreement dated 23rd April, 1850 for 21 years at the yearly rent of 13s per acre. The name of tenant's son is not stated. A copy of the agreement will be handed to the purchaser, who will be bound to grant a lease and the tenant bound to take such lease within 2 months of purchase, if not it default to a year to year determinable on the 25th March each year. ------ 3] Ditto Thomas MURRAY 12a 0r 0p £7 16s 0d PARTICULARS OF TENANCY: Tenant from year to year determinable on the 25th March each year. ------ 4] Ditto William DAWSON 136a 0r 0p £50 0s 0d PARTICULARS OF TENANCY: "Condensed" Lease dated 22nd December 1824 granted by James BALDWIN, Walter McCARTHY, Mary HERRICK and Anne BALDWIN with the consent and approbation of Thomas CUTHBERT, Mary WHEELER, John WILLIAMS and Walter McCARTHY, the younger to John DAWSON, then and for some time in the past in the possession of John DAWSON and his undertenants. Original rent was £80 and reduced 24th April 1852 by an agreement by William McCRIEGHT, Mary McCRIEGHT, Eliza McCARTHY, Mathew TAYLOR and Jane HENNESSY for a term of 61 years at rent of £50. which agreement will be binding on the purchaser. The counterpart of Lease dated 22nd December 1824, and copy of the agreement will be handed to the purchaser. ------ 5] Ditto Representatives of 59a 0r 35p £67 14s 10d Thomas WALSH PARTICULARS OF TENANCY: "Condensed" Lease dated 17th May 1793 granted by Corless BALDWIN, Henry BALDWIN and James BALDWIN, Walter McCARTHY And Sarah McCARTHY to Thomas WALSH of the house and lands of 59 acres and 35 perches for the term of 99 years at the annual rent of £1 2s 9d for each and every acre, English Statute measure, Lease contains usual covenants and a covenant by Thomas WALSH for all his heirs, assignees, etc, to not cut down, lop, root up or otherwise destroy any of the timber on said premises, under penalty of £5 for every tree destroyed A covenant that allows the Lessors, his assigns with workman to enter, inspect and repair the said premises and for payment of expenses thereof. The counterpart of this lease is not forthcoming, but a correct copy thereof will be handed to the purchaser. Conditions of Sale ------------------ The purchaser pf Lot 1 shall not be entitled to require evidence of the Lessor in the lease of 6th May, 1771, to make same or object by reason of any incumbrance affecting his estste or interest. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ SOURCE: Vol. 4 - FHL# 0258795 Encumbered Estates - County Cork.