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Due to the loss of many Irish public records in 1922 additional emphasis is placed on those records that have survived intact. Educational Endowments (Ireland) Act 1885, Amending Schemes, Case for Counsel and copy deeds. [1928 - 1935] Bundle of correspondence, particulars of profit and loss, copy submission to arbitration, valuation of buildings and machinery and award. Through this process, the ancient territory of Clanconnell fell to Lord Deputy Fleetwood’s troop of horse and the company of his regiment of foot commanded by Captain John Barret. Deeds 1852-1864 Names of Parties: Dickie, family of; Scott, Francis, Bradford, Samuel & William - 5 deeds. That s'd Wm Fleming made his will and app'd Plts exors thereof and they being intitled to s'd debt applied to s'd John M for payment thereof' but he combining with his daughter-in-law, the s'd Ceseria M doth refuse to pay s'd debt.In 1708 the Irish Parliament passed two Bills, 6 Anne, c.2, and 8 Geo. 15, established the Registry of Deeds, which was important for the stabilisation of land-holding, particularly in the period following the Revolution settlement. One small portion of 41 acres in Tullylish fell to the lot of Captain Sterne’s troop. That Plts in Hilary Term 1719 had s'd John Montgomery arrested by virtue of a capias issued out of Court of Common Pleas, whereupon in Easter Term cash s'd John Montgomery gave bail.Inevitably such records tend to derive initially from the landed classes. Captain John Barret, an officer in Fleetwood’s regiment, sold the land he had bought to Sir George Rawdon, Captain Magill, William Leslie and William Waring. The area was then planted with colonists from southwest Scotland and the north of England, many of whom were Church of Ireland, resulting in the large proportion of this denomination in the diocese of Dromore and its immediate surrounding area. Plts pray that writs of subpoena be directed to s'd John M to assess did he not execute s'd bond, and to s'd Ceseria M that she may view s'd bond now in the hands of Patk Cassidy, Plts attorney, and did not she and the s'd Rodger M sign as witnesses thereto.However many do refer to leases of quite modest amounts of land, some sub-leases. Tyrone, and James Dickson Walker of Castlecaulfield, Co. Deeds Charles / Deeds Clugston / Deeds Conolly / Deeds Dickie / Deeds Dickson / Deeds Donaldson / Deeds Eccles / Deeds Harris / Deeds Henry / Deeds Jenkins / Deeds Lowry / Deeds Lucas / Deeds Mc William / Deeds Newry / Deeds Montgomery / Deeds Morell / Deeds Russell / Deeds Wallace / Mc Culla / Miscellaneous Wills Charles / Wills Clugston / Wills Conolly / Wills Dickie / Wills Dickson / Wills Donaldson / Wills Eccles / Wills Ellis / Wills Henry / Wills Jenkins / Wills Loftus / Wills Lowry / Wills Lucas / Wills Mc William / Wills Morell / Wills Park Marriage Dickson / Marriage Donaldson / Marriage Eccles / Marriage Lucas / Marriage Morell / Marriage Miscellaneous Nat Arch M6917/82 Phelim Conolly, gent, of Edinbrone, Co Monaghan, and William Conolly. Witnessed by Patrick Conolly & Thomas Atkinson Edinbrone is in the parish of Aghnamullen As early as 1693 William was paying his six sisters an allowance out of the Donegal estates [Conolly's accounts for the College lands at Tirhugh, May 1693; IAA 97/84 C24/1] C33 in the Castletown papers includes a Chancery bill filed by Rev John Forbes alleging that William & Phelim Conolly & other members of the Conolly family have withheld from Forbes a debt owed him by the late Terence Conolly of Co Donegal The Castletown Papers at the Irish Architectural Archive The National Library of Ireland The National Archives of Ireland Castletown Papers C28 Know all men by these presents that the Rt Honble William Conolly Esq have & by these presents doe authorise constitute and appoint (Thomas) John Dixon of Ballyshannon in the County of Donegall esq & Henry Major of the same town & county Gents my true & lawfull attorny’s for me and in my under the College of Dublin in the county of Donegall to the several and respective Tennants that held and enjoyed the same by Lease or Leases from or under my uncle the Rt Honble William Conolly Esq dec’d for the term of fourteen years commencing the first day of May( one thousand seven hundred and thirty) 1737 att the same rent and receivers fees and under the same covenant that the said Tennants respectively paid or held their respective holdings in the said lands by their former leases from and under my said uncle and paying one full years rent for my use of their respective holdings upon the Perfection of their respective leases and to sign my name & to putt my Seal to such lease or leases as my said Attrys shall make of the said lands & premises or any part of them pursuant to this power & to deliver the same as any Act & Deed & I doe hereby ratify and confirm these my said Attoys shall lawfully doe according to the power hereby granted them as witnessed my hand & seal this 27th day of October One thousand seven hundred and thirty one Signed Sealed & Delivered Wm Conolly In the presence of Alexr Nesbitt Darby Clarke William Conolly snr died in 1829, Thomas Dickson who was married to Wm Conolly’s sister, Elizabeth died in 1733 and was replaced as agent to William Conolly, jun by John Dickson, his eldest son Thomas Fauser, Roger Seayles and Partners, the garden of Ardfarna and Maughery Carr 46.13.9 James Magilpader, the halfe quarter of Raglasse 4.15 Connor O’Cleary, the halfe quarter of Ramore 9.0 (Wm) Connolly, the 10 ballyboes of Ballymunterhigin 16.10 Donogh o’Tumany the 4 ballyboes of Ardlaughill 8.15 Tho Ellis, the four ballyboes of Lecklostrane 2.14.6 Henery Jones, the 2 Ballyboes of Ballynecarig 7.10.7 1/2 Patrick Connelly, the Ballybo of Sminver & Mill 9.0.0 Wm Smith the ballybo of Rakin ye 4 ballyboes of Ballyhanna and the ballybo of Tully 13.0 Wm Fauser, ballybo and a half of Camblin 5.0 Archable Harvie, ye ballybo of Templenew 2.16.8 Rowland Fauser, the two Ballyboes of Knocksheeran and Edinagore 6.0 John Delap, the houses of Portnason ballybo of land store house and Tann house at Beleek 7.13 Francis Earles, the quarter of Beleek 13.10 Wm Fletcher, ye ballybo of Knocknashangan 3.0 The Cunny warran, John Delap 5.0 Francis Irwin, the quarter of Corlea 10.0 Robert Delap, ye quarter of Knader 17.10 Lewis Lipsey, Culecallow and macafras Campe 16.10 Bryan o Muckerran, the quarter of Cashell 13.0 Redmond O’Gollogher, Ye Ballybo of achidooey 2.17.6 (Matt) Floyde, the Rahill 4.5 John Henderson, the Ballybo of Ardgilly 3.5 (Wm) Ma Cawly, the Ballybo of Behay 4.15 John Boy Makennay, the third of Ballydermot 6.0 (Corrish) O’Clery, one third of Ballydermot 5.19.6 Tho Atkinson, the four Ballyboes of Creevey The halfe quarter of Caricknahorna under distress 6.14.6 (Conor) magargie, Nine Ballyboes of Ballymagroerty 24.10 John ma Cordock ye other halfe quarter of Caricknahorn 6.14.6 (--) Francis Folliot, ye two ballyboes of Leskie 6.5 (Tho) Atkinson, the 2 ballyboes of Loughin ye ballyboes of Cavangarde 7.15 (--aney) Irwine, Ye quarter of Cashelard 13.9 (--oghey) mc a Teere, ye quarter of Tober 10.4.6 (--ale)mc Swine, ye 4 ballyboes of Ballynecarig 13.0 Francis Jenings, ye 2 parks of Gortenasse 1.0 (----) Knox, on Ballybo of Ballymagroerty called Relalln 2.10 (--nor) ma Cawly, the quarter of Garvanagh 8.14.6 Total £363.7.6 ½ Wm mc a Teere, the ballybo of Tullycorka 4.4.6 Mulaghnashee and the meadow set to Fra Jenings 9.0. Chancery Bill (Crossle papers) 27/01/1740 Montgomery vs Colvill Plt Hannah Montgomery, a minor by Isaac Corry of Newry, Co Down, Plt's near relation and friend, only child and heiress of Patrick M'gomery, who was son and heir of John Montgomery, the elder, by Jane M'gomery alias Crimble, and granddaughter and heiress of s'd John Montgomery, late of Creaghboy, Co Down, Esq.Such leases were often for named lives -frequently the children of the lessee so the records do extend well down the social scale. Robert Whitely, the tuckmill and Island 4.0 Patt Connolly the halfe quarter of Creevy in ye Megh 6.10 Robert Long, the abey Coarne Mill 8.0 Pattrick Connolly, the Too parks in the Meadows 2.0 John Delap, the six ballyboes joyneing to Portnasson 9.2.6 Widow Cotton, the half ballybo of Drumnakilly and Knocksheeran 2.0 Hugh Bryan, ye too Ballyboes of Killin & Labinlee 6.0 Wm Foster a ballybo and a halfe of Camblin John Delap ye quarter of Dunmuckrome 14.0 Wm Foster, the three ballyboes of Lisaully 9.0 Pattrick O’Dally, the halfe quarter of Alla 4.2.3 Ralph Thorpe, foure ballyboes of Drumnagrogh-- & Cluntasheere 10.15 John Jones, the ferryboate 15.0 Robert Delap, ye parke near the garden 0.10.0 The quarter of Dumerin set to Tortogh Conigill & partners 18.11.9 £129.6 £363.7.6 ½ £492.13.6 1/2 signed Tho: Atkinson Cornet John Folliott, Abbey Lands & Warren &c 4.4.15 Mr James Hamilton, 1/3 Ballydermott 6.0 Mrs Whitway, Liskea 5.0 Thomas Atkinson, his holding and old lease & tenement in Ballyshannon 24.15 Major John Folliott, Finure 30.0 Terence Coane, Ardlaughill 10.0 James Dickson, 1/3 of Ballydermott 9.10 Daniel Mc Gill, 1/3 of Ballydermott 8.0 Mr George Knox, Ballynacarige 19.0 Thomas Thomson, Scotch Ballynagrorty 18.0 Turlough Gorman, Irish Ballnagrorty 12.10 Thomas Atkinson, Ardgillen & Ardpatton 6.0 John Car &c, Behy 6.0 Samuel Atkinson, Creevy 17.10 Sir Henry Caldwell, Corlea 18.0 Ditto, South Mullinashee 3.10 Ditto, Storehouse Portnasun 0.15 Ditto, Tanhouse Beleek 2.0 Ditto, Island Loughlinabirne 0.15 John Fitzgerald, Castle Parke 1.10 Mrs Delap, Knather 20.0 John Jennings, Culcally 16.0 Henry Davis, Island & Tookmill 4.10 Oliver Dinning, Abbey Mill 8.10 Meadows 28 Sum at 10s ye Sum (---) 11.4 John Jennings, Gortness Park 1.10 Mc Cauleys, Casellahard 16.0 Dennis Boyle, Carigenahorne 10.0 Flannagan, ½ Breesey 1.0 ( Total 332.4) Neale MGrena , Alla 6.0 Lipseys, Cashell 16.0 Dennis Boyle, North Mullinashee 2.0 Thomas Dickson, Raglass5.0 Mrs Delap, Dunmuckrum 28.0 Daniel Gardiner, Portnasun4.10 Mr Carleton, The Rock 8.10 Thady Coane, Ballymuntrigin 18 10 Hugh Pew, Lagalosthan 3.10 John Jones, Ballynacarge & Mill 19.10 Mulkerans, Dimnagroagh14.10 Widow Smith, Tully & Raghin 7.10 John Mc Corduck, Killen &c 9.0 Francis Ireven, Camblin 8.0 Errill O’Boyle, Camblin 8.0 John Foster, Lissacholly 14.0 Robert Duncan, Ednagor &c 13.10 Thos Fletcher, Knocknashangan 6.0 Noble Niblock, Cloghoze 20.0 Thady Coan, Customs 3.0 (Total 546.4 18.19.9 = 565.13) Tenements John Jennings 0.15 George Gardiner 0.15 Thomas Dickson, Tannhouse 0.15 Sir Henry Caldwell 0.10 Mr Carleton 0.10 Thomas Car 0.15 Thomas Shaw 0.10 Denis Kean 0.9 Wm Cunningham 0.7.6 Mark Edwards 0.10 John Keregan 0.10 Henry Dickson 2 Tenements 1.0 Robert Delap 0.11.3 Mrs Delap Tenement & Park 0.17.6 John Carson0.5 Thady Coan 2 Teneements 1.2.6 Widow Morrison0.5 Thomas Die 0.10 Thomas Dickson 0.12.6 James Scott 0.12.6 Edward Dogherty 0.12.6 Henry Dickson 0.11.3 John Cobrun 0.2 Denis Boyle 0.11.3 Turlogh Gallogher 0.4 Charles Gallogher 0.5 William Garvan 0.1.6 James Hadduck 0.12.6 Thomas Lipsey 0.10 Geo Gardiner, Tanhouse 0.4 James Ward 1.0 Patrick Mc Shee 0.1.3 Knogher Gorman 0.2.6 (Total 17.0.6) Terence Coan 1.5.0 Art Callery 0.2.6 Daniel Tivolan 0.2.6 John Mc Felim 0.2.6 Hugh Kennedy 0.3.3 Brian Knogher 0.1 Manus Dowany 0.2.6 (Total 18.19.9) 1 Ballydermott (James Hamilton Esq) lives James Hamilton, Abraham Hamilton & Abraham Creighton (from May 1723) 2 Liskea (Mrs Whiteway) lives (Robt Whiteway, Edwd Whiteway, Folliott Whiteway & Francis Whiteway (from May 1707) 3 Ballynacarrig (George Knox Esq) lives George Knox, Mariana Knox & Andrew Knox (from May 1723) 4 Scotch Ballymcgrorty (John Coburn & Parts) lives William Coburn, William Coburn & Arthur Carney (from May 1723) 5 Irish Ballymcgrorty (Roger Mc Gargile) Lease of 21 years from May 1723 6 Alla ( John Elliot & Parts) lives Joseph Elliot, William Anderson & George Murray (from May 1723) 7 Carrignahorna (James Lowery & Parts) lives James Lowery, Andrew Lowery & Christian Lowery (from May 1723) 8 Cashallard East (Andw Clark) Lease of 21 years from Nov 1723 9 Cashallard East (James Baron & Parts) Lease of 21 years from Nov 1723 10 Cashallard West ( Roger Mc Cauley & Parts) Lease of 21 years from May 1723 11 Behay (Walter Patterson) lives s’d Walter Paterson, John Paterson, George Paterson (from May 1723) 12 Cavangarden & Laughin (Mr Thos Atkinson) Lives s’d Thos Atkinson & Samuel Atkinson (for three lives) 13 Ardgillan & Ardpatten (Thos Atkinson) Lives s’d Thos Atkinson & Samuel Atkinson (for 3 lives) 14 Tworcannen (John Folliot Esq) Lives s’d John Folliot, Frances his wife & Maj John Folliot 15 Cashall (Thos Lipsett) Lives Willm Dickson Thomas Lipsett Michael Lipsett (from May 1723) 16 Crivey (Capt Thos Dickson). of Louth the sixth day of July 1795 by virtue of Comn. That s'd John m the elder had two sons: Patk M, his elder son, Plt's father and Roger M That Patk M Plt's father died in lifetime of s'd father, John Montgomery, the elder leaving Plt his only child.
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