Land: Abstracts of Deeds Inrolled in Chancery -1838, Tipperary Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Tipperary Index Copyright Contributed by Mary Heaphy ___________________________________________________________ ABSTRACTS OF DEEDS INROLLED IN CHANCERY -1838, TIPPERARY, IRELAND *Hint Use Your Find in Page Function eg. Ctrl-F From a Book called "ABSTRACT OF THE DEEDS INROLLED IN CHANCERY ... 1834-1839" by George Hatchell. H.M. Stationery Office, 1840 Available on Google Books All spelling as per Book) All for County Tipperary. 62. Deed, dated 12th January, 1839, between LYDIA DUNSCOMBE, of Mount Desart, in the north liberties of the city of Cork, of the one part; and CHRISTOPHER WAGGETT DUNSCOMBE, of said city, attorney, of the other part: whereby the said LYDIA DUNSCOMBE, in order to bar, dock, and defeat all estates tail, arising from the will of STEPHEN DENROCHE, of said city, the grandfather of the said LYDIA, in consideration of 10s., granted and released unto said CHRISTOPHER W. DUNSCOMBE, the one-ninth undivided part of Burgessland otherwise Burgisland, Liscoleman otherwise Liscollman, Carrigarrgion otherwise Caraveegan, Knockagowrd otherwise Knockagowre, and Rathagally otherwise Rathkaley, otherwise Rathogally, in the barony of Iffa and Offa West, and county of Tipperary : To hold in trust, for the use of the said LYDIA DUNSCOMBE, her heirs and assigns for ever.�Inrolled 1st February, 1839. 63. Deed, dated 5th October, 1838, between ELIZABETH O'BRIEN, of the first part; HENRY O'BRIEN, both of Butler's Lodge, in the county of Tipperary, of the second part; and JOHN KENNEDY, of Ballyhane, of said county, of the third part: whereby the said ELIZABETH O'BRIEN, in order to advance the interests of her husband, the said HENRY O'BRIEN, acknowledged this present deed, as she is by law enabled to do, with the intent and effect of settling upon her said husband all the lands and premises devised to her by the will of the late RICHARD BUTLER, of Butler's Lodge, aforesaid, in case she should survive him, and in consideration of 10s., the said ELIZABETH and HENRY O'BRIEN, according to their respective interests, granted and released to the said JOHN KENNEDY, the lands and premises of Butler's Lodge otherwise White Park, in the Parish of Templemore, barony of Eliogerty; Skeana, in the parish of Killevenoge, barony of Ikerrin, and county of TIPPERARY : To hold said lands and premises in trust, for the sole and exclusive use of the said ELIZABETH O'BRIEN, during her life, and after her decease to the use of the said HENRY O'BRIEN, his heirs and assigns for ever. �Inrolled 28th March, 1839. 64. Deed, dated 10th January, 1839, between ALEXANDER O'GRADY ROSE, of the city of Limerick, of the one part; and John Drew Atkin, of the city of Cork, of the other part: whereby, in order to bar, dock, and destroy all estates tail and remainders, limited by a certain settlement, bearing date the 2nd day of June, 1813, the said ALEXANDER O'GRADY ROSE, in consideration of 5s., granted and released to said JOHN DREW ATKIN, the town and lands of Ballyanrahanmore, containing 73 acres and 6 perches; Ballyanrahambeg, containing 95 acres 3 roods and 24 perches; Barnacoyle, containing 246 acres 3 roods and 8 perches; in Cahiratana, containing 29 acres 3 roods and 15 perches; total 445 acres 1 rood and 12 perches, plantation measure, in the barony of Pubble Bryan, and county of Limerick;-Ballyvane otherwise Fidane, containing 288 acres 3 roods and 27 perches, Plantation measure, in the barony of Owney; and Ona, in the county of Tipperary ;�and the lands of Court, containing l l acres, plantation measure, in the barony of Kenry, and county of LIMERICK : To hold said lands and premises, discharged of all estates tail, in trust, for the use of the said ALEXANDER O'GRADY ROSE, his heirs and assigns for ever.�Inrolled 5th April, 1839. 65. Deed, dated 23rd April, 1839, between ANNE DENROCHE, now of Glasgow, of the one part; and FRANCIS ALLEN, of the city of Cork, Attorney, of the other part: whereby the said Anne Denroche, in order to bar, defeat, and extinguish all estates tail and remainders, in consideration of 5s., granted and released to said FRANCIS ALLEN, the lands of Burgessland otherwise Burgissland, Liscolman otherwise Lisscolman, Carrigavigeon otherwise Carravegeon, Knockagourd otherwise Knockagour, and Rathagally otherwise Rathaley, otherwise Rathogalley, in the barony of Iffa and Offa, and county of TIPPERARY ;�Gortatagil, and Knockindonallhassanig otherwise Ryefield, in the barony of Muskerry; Gurranaglassey, and the upper part of Gurrantifineen otherwise Springgrove, in the barony of Duhallow, and county of Cork;� also, the Bandon Road estate, for lives renewable for ever, under the representatives of EDWARD WORTH, consisting of a house, stable, garden, and fields, containing 14 acres, in the south liberties of the city of Cork; a house in Fish-street, in which STEPHEN DENROCHE formerly lived, with all the linneys, lofts, and premises adjoining thereto, formerly occupied by the Messrs. COPPINGERS; another lot of ground, in said street, containing cellars and linneys, formerly occupied by DENROCHE and THOMPSON, with the coach-house and stable, bounded on the west, in depth, by the concerns of SAMUEL MAYLOR, and the representatives of PAUL BAKER; on the east, in depth, by the house and yard formerly occupied by Mrs. Riordan, and the concerns of JOHN ROLT and GEORGE BAKER; north, by said street; and on the south, by part of DUNSCOMBE's marsh, formerly in the possession of JOHN LAPP ; also, the house adjoining said coach-house and stable, formerly in the occupation of MARGARET RIORDAN, together with the 2 houses fronting Lapp's island, formerly tenanted by Captain WILLIAM MAYBERRY and BENJAMIN WHETSTONE Cooper, and the ground and premises adjoining said houses, part of which fronts Fish-street, on the north as formerly occupied by JOHN PEDDER, and the house and ground fronting said island to the east, bounded on the south by that part of said marsh occupied by JOHN LAPP, and all other houses and premises in said street and marsh; the lands of Grange, near Douglas, in the south liberties, purchased by Stephen Denroche from WILLIAM BUTLER; also, the concerns in MORRISON's island, for formerly tenanted by NOBLETT JOHNSON, freed from the payment of 20l. a year to Counsellor Fitton, in the city of Cork;�the lordship, manors, town Cork. and lands of Liscarrol, with its appurtenances, purchased from the trustees of JOHN St. LEGER, in the barony of Orrery, and county of Cork;� all the freehold estate in LAPP's island, subject to the rent and renewal fines; also, the interest and term for years, in the premises in MORRISON'S island, formerly in the occupation of AYLMER ALLEN and the Rev. Archdeacon AUSTEN, subject to a yearly rent of 20l., payable to Counsellor FITTON ; one moiety of the five twenty-ninth parts of the Sugar house, formerly carried on under the firm of DENROCHES, THOMPSON, BYRNE, and FRENCH, in the city of Cork: To hold, for the use of the said ANNE DENROCHE, her heirs and assigns, discharged of all estates tail and remainders.-Inrolled 1st May, 1839. 66. Deed, dated 22nd March, 1839, between GEORGE CASHELL, sen., of the first part; GEORGE CASHELL, jun., both of Bedford, in the county of Kerry, of the second part; and RICHARD M'GILLICUDDY, of Whitefield, in said county, of the third part: whereas the said GEORGE CASHELL, jun., in order to bar, dock, and defeat all estates tail, under and by virtue of the will of GEORGE CASHELL, formerly of Tralee, bearing date the 18th day of December, 1801, and of a certain deed of appointment, dated 14th July, 1806, and the said GEORGE CASHELL, sen., in consideration of 10s., granted and released to said RICHARD McGILLICUDDY, the town and lands of Urly, called Parknagawn, Gortauff otherwise Parkmeen, Parkgaruff, Gortalermodleigh otherwise Garruff, Gartbeg otherwise Garruff, Gortbeg, Parknaskibole, and the coarse field called Barraduffe, in the barony of Irraghticonnor; Glanaginty and Toureenastokey, in the barony of Troughenacmey; Glanerdaluffe, in the barony of Clanmaurice, in the county of KERRY:-Shally, Crana otherwise Castle Cranagh, otherwise Cranagh, called Clonbog, with the Bog and Pollough, Cranna other wise Castle Cranna, otherwise Crannagh, with that part of the lands of Pollough thereto belonging, in the barony of Owney and Arra, and county of TIPPERARY: To hold in trust, for such uses as the said GEORGE CASHELL, sen. and jun., shall, by any deed or deeds, at any time jointly direct or appoint, and in default of such appointment, to such powers and provisions as were subsisting by virtue of the said will of GEORGE CASHELL, of Tralee.�Inrolled 3rd June, 1839. 67. Deed, dated 10th July, 1839, between Right Honorable CORNELIUS, Lord Viscount Lismore. Lismore, of Shanbally Castle, in the county of Tipperary, of the first part ; the Honorable CORNELIUS O'CALLAGHAN, of the same, of the second part ; and WILLIAM CAREY DOBBS, of Fitzwilliam place, and Samuel Spaight Reeves, of Merrion square, both in the city of Dublin, of the third part: whereby, in consideration of the sum of 6,000l., borrowed by the said Lord Viscount Lismore, from the said WILLIAM CAREY DOBBS and SAMUEL SPAIGHT REEVES, at 5 per cent. interest, and the said CORNELIUS O'CALLAGHAN, in order to dock, bar, and extinguish all estate: tail, under and by virtue of the will of his grand father, the late CORNELIUS, Lord Baron of Lismore, in consideration of 10s., and for the purpose of securing said sum of 6,000l., granted and released to said parties the manors, towns, and lands of Ballyboy, Kilballyboy, Killetin, Ballynetony otherwise Ballynatony, Rathroe, Boherbue, Carrickmore otherwise Carrigmore, and Kilbeg, in the barony of Iffa and Offa, and county of Tipperary : To hold said manors, lands, and premises, subject to the equity of redemption.� Inrolled 31st July, 1839. 68. Deed, dated 18th October, 1839, between THOMAS PHELPS, of Noan, in the county of Tipperary, of the first part ; THOMAS CHRISTY WAKEFIELD, senior, of Moyallen, in the county of Down, of the second part; THOMAS CHRISTY WAKEFIELD, jun., of the third part; and ROBERT JAFFRAY NICHOLSON, of Stramore, in said county, of the fourth part: whereby the said THOMAS CHRISTY WAKEFIELD, jun., in order to defeat and destroy all estates tail, arising under the will of THOMAS CHRISTY, late of Moyallen, bearing date the 3rd April, 1780, and the said THOMAS PHELPS and THOMAS CHRISTY WAKEFIELD, sen., according to their several and respective interests, in consideration of 5s. to each, granted and released to the said ROBERT J. NICHOLSON, part of the lands of Moyallen, containing 80 acres statute measure, held by lease, bearing date the 8th September, 1764, from Sir RICHARD JOHNSTON, bart., part of Loughans otherwise Stramore, containing 17 acres and 34 perches, being part of 25 acres and 17 perches demised to said THOMAS CHRISTY, by lease of 5th August, 1771, in the parish of Tullylish, and county of Down : To hold said land, discharged of all estates tail, of the said THOMAS C. WAKEFIELD, jun., subject to the life-estate of THOMAS C.WAKEFIELD, sen., and to such uses as they shall by any deed limit, direct, or appoint, and in default of such appointment to the provisions subsisting under the will of the said THOMAS CHRISTY. � Inrolled 28th October, 1839.