Updates to Arborealis, 2017

  • 2017-07-07: Family history research compiled and analyzed to date for the Jones family of Derryanvil, parish of Drumcree; also includes the rural townlands of Corbrackey, Derrycory, and Derryvane.
  • 2017-06-29: A family history report, detailing eight generations of descendants from William Grover (or Groaver), whose son, George, was born at Brighton, Sussex, in 1639. Other place names of interest include East Preston, Southwick, Coombes, Lancing, and Steyning, all in Sussex. 2017-07-12 note: This tree is in process of being edited.
  • 2017-06-18: A paper entitled, Manor of Brownlow’s Derry, which sets out a general outline of the Manor of Brownlow’s Derry from the time of its grant during the Plantation of Ulster through the early 20th century, including the extent of land held in the year, 1883, and the names of the proprietors.
  • 2017-05-30: Added the following re: Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • 1715-10-01: 49-392-32599: Lord Charlemont to Joseph Rea of Killyliss, parish of Donaghmore; lease in Legilly, parish of Clonfeacle
    • 1719-05-02: 46-227-28437: Joseph Whitesite of Mallon’s Grange, co. Tyrone, to Andrew Carmichael of Dungannon; lease in Dungannon
    • 1719-05-02: 46-351-28886: Joseph Whitesite of Mallon’s Grange, co. Tyrone, to Charles Loftus of Dungannon; lease in Dungannon
    • 1726-04-22: 49-387-32580: Hugh Hamilton of Drumcart, parish of Clonfeacle, co. Tyrone, to Joseph Hamilton; lease in Drumcart
  • 2017-05-29: Added the following re: Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • 1719-05-02: 45-140-28438: Joseph Whitesite of Mallon’s Grange, co. Tyrone, to George Dounbar of Dungannon; lease in Dungannon
    • 1719-05-02: 45-177-28884: Joseph Whitesite of Malon’s Grange, co. Tyrone, to Israel Thompson of Dungannon; lease in Dungannon
    • 1719-05-02: 45-177-48888: Joseph Whitesite of Mallon’s Grange, co. Tyrone, to James Dounbar of Dungannon; lease in Dungannon
    • 1725-09-01: 45-476-30095: William Hamilton of Drumaspil, parish of Killyman, to William Akie of Feagh, parish of Arboe; lease and release
  • 2017-05-28: Added the following re: Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • 1719-05-02: 44-244-28887: Rt. Hon. Thomas Knox of Dungannon to Joseph Whitesite of Grange; lease of tenements in Dungannon
    • 1724-10-28: 45-4-27326: Capt. James Stewart of Killyman to James Stewart alias Forster of Rathmoran, co. Fermanagh; lease in Drummuck and mill, parish of Killyman
    • 1724-11-21: 45-40-27624: Joseph Rea of the Manor of Castlecaulfeild to Kenedy Rea; deed poll, Killyliss in the parish of Donaghmore
    • 1724-12-12: 44-81-27651: William Dowglass to the Most Rev. William King, Archbishop of Dublin; lease and release, parish of Carnteel
  • 2017-05-27: Added the following re: Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • 1719-05-02: 43-448-28885: Joseph Whitesite of Mallon’s Grange, co. Tyrone,  to Samuel Herbertson of Dungannon; lease in Dungannon
    • 1724-09-07: 41-489-27018: Acheson Moore of Aughnacloy to William Dowglas of Tirelugan; lease in Tirelugan and Teerhergan alias Sessiaghmore, parish of Carnteel
    • 1724-12-02: 43-128-27622: Joseph Rea of the Manor of Castlecaulfeild, county Tyrone, to his son, Henry Rea
  • 2017-05-26: Added the following re: Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • 1709-01-26: 27-530-18084: William Dowglas of Tirelugan, parish of Carnteel, to Thomas Nicholls; mortgage, Tirelugan and Seshoughmore
    • 1713-05-01: 33-418-20757: Atcheson Moore of Aughnacloy, co. Tyrone, to Andrew Hutchinson; lease, Shantavney, parish of Carnteel
    • 1718-12-30: 23-123-12874: Hugh Stewart of Gortigill to John Stewart; lease and release, Gortigill, and the Sessiogh of Tyrors alias Tyrora
    • 1722-11-26: 35-235-22167: Thomas Rea, sen., of Carmullagh, parish of Clonfeacle, to Arthur Echlin of Monaghan; assignment of lease, Mullaghbane, parish of Donaghmore
    • 1723-09-01: 41-194-25315: Roger Smith of Dungannon to Jones Cust of Armagh; assignment of lease in Irish street, Dungannon
  • 2017-05-21: Added the following re: Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • 1709-10-18: 3-259-903: Duncan McDougall of Cookstown to James Somervil and Joseph Whitesite; assignment of lease in Dungannon
    • 1710-11-21: 5-313-1961: James Moore of Aughnacloy to James Wilson of Letmurphey [Ravellea]; release of Letmurphey
    • 1713-01-08: 13-246-5671: James Stewart to Henry Stewart, both of Killymoon; deeds of lease and release, Knocknaroy, parish of Aghaloo
  • 2017-05-20: Added the following re: Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • 1709-08-10: 26-19-14506: John Armstrong of Derrycreevy, parish of Clonfeacle, to Robert Rea of Mulloghrevy, parish of Donaghmore
    • 1716-11-13: 29-252-17109: James and Jane Stewart of Drumard, co. Tyrone, to John Whitesite of Dreemore; release of Ballynakelly, parish of Killyman
    • 1719-10-03: 26-20-14507: Robert Rea of Drone, parish of Carnteel, to Thomas Singleton of Annaghcramp, parish of Aughalow
    • 1720-11-30: 41-14-24228: Thomas Richardson of Dublin to William Cope of Rossminoge, co. Wexford; annuity, parish of Clonfeacle
    • 1724-09-09: 45-1-27302: Robert Lowry, sen. of Aghenis to Hugh Howard et al; marriage settlement, Robert Lowry, jun., and Catherine, daughter of the Rev. Dean Anthony Dopping
  • 2017-05-19: Added the following re: Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • 1709-09-07: 3-261-904 – William Hamilton of Drumespil, parish of Killyman, co. Tyrone, to Stewart and Hamilton
    • 1710-02-27: 4-467-1168 – Robert Sanderson of Tillalegan, parish of Desertcreat, co. Tyrone, to John Brown of Dungannon
    • 1710-03-24: 6-297-2179: Thomas Bayly to Andrew Bayly; release of one half townland of Clonavaddy, parish of Donaghmore, co. Tyrone
    • 1712-09-15: 24-476-14425: Rev. John Fletcher, sen. of Belturbet, co. Cavan, to the Rev. John Fletcher, jun.; deeds of lease and release, parishes of Killeeshil and Pomeroy, co. Tyrone
    • 1717-02-07: 20-293-10661: Thomas Grant to Oliver McCausland; deed of assignment, parish of Drumglass, co. Tyrone
    • 1717-03-07: 22-353-12260 – Francis Houston of Drumack, co. Antrim, to John Houston; marriage of John Houston to Martha Gage of Tyanee, co. Derry, and conveyance of Drumkee, parish of Killyman, co. Tyrone
    • 1719-06-05: 24-185-13473: Francis Houston of Drumack, co. Antrim, to John Houston of Tyanee, co. Derry; conveyance of Drumkee, parish of Killyman, co. Tyrone
  • 2017-05-18: Added the following re: Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • 1710-08-01: 48-538-32521 – Lord Charlemont to James Gibson and Alexander Stephens; lease in the parish of Ballyclog, co. Tyrone
    • 1722-04-27: 49-421-32722 – Robert Stewart of Stewarthall, co. Tyrone to Wm and Eliz'th Blacker; lease in Roughan, parish of Donaghenry
    • 1723-09-12: 51-351-33960 – Earl of Anglesey to William Richardson of Maydown, co. Armagh; lease in the Manor of Araghter [Orriter]
    • 1724-09-22: 41-485-26995 – William Dowglass of Tirlugan, co. Tyrone, to Acheson Moore of Aughnacloy; deeds of lease and release
    • 1726-05-03: 50-70-32099 – George Stewart to William Hamilton; settlement re: marriage of Alexander Stewart and Sarah Hamilton
    • 1726-06-16: 50-202-32621 – Ben. and Jane Wallace alias Stewart alias Bell to Thomas Kennedy; release re: townlands in Donaghenry
    • 1726-10-25: 51-313-33824 – William Goodlatt of Derrygally, co. Tyrone, to William Richardson of Molloghatinny, co. Armagh
    • 1727-04-10: 52-249-34450 – Wingfield of Powerscourt, co. Wicklow, to Rowley of Dublin; marriage settlement, Manor of Benburb, co. Tyrone
    • 1724-05-27: 52-352-34835: Abraham Dawson of Tamnaghmore to William Goodlat of Derrygally, both of the parish of Killyman, co. Tyrone; deed of lease, and declaration of trust
  • 2017-05-16: Added the following re: Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • 1711-12-02: 36-437-23453 – the will of Richard Wilson of Belfast; parishes of Clonfeacle and Donaghenry in co. Tyrone
    • 1719-08-07: 37-61-21391 – Robert Stewart of Stewarthall to William Akie of Ffyagh, co. Tyrone; lease in Ffyagh
    • 1721-01-30: 37-62-21392 – Thomas Ash and John Rainey alias Ash of Maghera, co. Derry, to William Akie of Fyagh, co. Tyrone
    • 1723-01-07: 39-251-25152 – Lord Charlemont to Travers and Coghill; release of the Manors of Charlemont, Castlecaulfeild, and Cladymore
    • 1723-01-17: 40-215-25153 – Lord Charlemont to Travers, Bernard, and others; marriage settlement
    • 1723-04-12: 36-512-23872 – Acheson Moore, Esq., to Arthur Forbes, the Earl of Granard, and others; marriage settlement (Wingfield); including updates to the pages for the Manor of Ballymagrane and the ancient Territory of Largie
    • 1723-04-22: 36-510-23857 – Fortescue Dogherty to Henry Jenney; mortgage of lands in Glenavy, co. Antrim and Clonfeacle, co. Tyrone
    • 1723-05-16: 38-83-23384 – William Cumine to John Curtis, both of Dublin; release of lands, including the Manor of Benburb (mortgage)
  • 2017-05-14: Added the following re: Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • No. 21-379-11873 (dated 23 & 24 July 1718) – Archbishop of Dublin et al, trustees for the late John Hamilton of Caledon, to Henry Osborne of Dardistown, co. Meath (re: the Manor of Caledon)
    • No. 25-50-13456 (dated 15 June 1717) – Francis Nevill of Belturbet, co. Cavan, Esq., to Richard Martin of Armagh, schoolmaster (re: the parish of Pomeroy, co. Tyrone)
    • No. 25-51-13459 (dated 30 & 31 Dec 1718) – John Fletcher, jun., of Belfast, to Richard Martin of Armagh; deeds of lease and release (mortgage), citing two townlands in co. Tyrone as security
    • No. 26-166-15029 (dated 17 & 18 Feb 1719) – William Conolly, Esq., to Robert Lowry of Aghenis, parish of Aghaloo, co. Tyrone; deeds of lease and release involving the Manor of Altedesert, co. Tyrone
    • No. 26-480-16436 (dated 10 & 11 Feb 1709) – deeds of lease and release executed by Ezekiel Davys Wilson and John Gernon of county Antrim, and William Scott of Dublin; marriage settlement, involving Tullaghbegg, co. Tyrone
    • No. 28-479-18445 (dated 1 & 2 Dec 1720) – deeds of lease and release executed by Francis Nevill and Richard Martin re: five townlands in the parish of Pomeroy, co. Tyrone
    • No. 34-447-22284 (dated 17 Dec 1722) – a mortgage executed by Thomas Richardson of Dublin and Richard Stone of Dublin, secured by the Manor of Benburb (parish of Clonfeacle, co. Tyrone)
    • No. 36-111-21749 (dated 18 April 1722) – an assignment by Robert Stewart of Stewarthall, co. Tyrone, to the Rev. Richard Choppin of Dublin, of lands in the Manors of Forward and Castlestewart
    • No. 36-354-22874 (dated 13 March 1722) – an assignment of a mortgage due by Thomas Richardson of Dublin, from Richard Stone to William McGwuire, both of Dublin, re: the Manor of Benburb
  • 2017-05-13: Added the following re: Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • No. 16-279-7488 (dated 26 Oct 1715) – Robert Sanderson of Tullylagan, parish of Desertcreat, to George Stewart of Termont, co. Tyrone, and others (settlement after marriage to Ann Stewart)
    • No. 18-45-8293 (dated 19 & 20 July 1716) – Richard Parsons, Viscount Rosse, to the Rt. Hon. William Conolly, re: the Manor of Altydisart alias Chichester (parish of Pomeroy)
    • No. 18-469-9562 (dated 8 & 9 Mar 1716) – deeds of lease and release executed by Lord Charlemont and Andrew Lloyd of Dublin, Esq.
    • No. 19-327-10286 (dated 13 June 1711) – a lease granted by Thomas White of Redhills, co. Cavan to John Martin and Henry Martin of lands in the parish of Aghaloo, co. Tyrone
  •  2017-05-12: Added the following re: Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • No. 3-176-810 (dated 18 & 19 April 1709) – deeds of lease and release executed by Mary (alias Dogherty) Mullin of Glanary [Glenavy?], co. Antrim, to Roth Jones of Dublin, Esq. (index entries and abstract)
    • No. 8-4-1628 (dated 26 Oct 1709) – deed of release and marriage settlement executed by William Goodlatt of Derrygally, co. Tyrone, with Henry Stewart of Killymoon and Thomas Richardson of Dublin (index entries and abstract)
    • No. 8-406-3018 (dated 17 Aug 1711) – assignment of lease in four townlands in the parish of Clonfeacle by Humphry Clarke, sen., of the parish of Ballinderry, co. Antrim, to George Cuming of Derrycughan, co. Armagh (transcript, index entries, and abstract)
    • No. 12-381-5484 (dated 21 Aug 1713) – mortgage executed by Francis Nevill of Belturbet, co. Cavan, Gent., and Rev. Dr. Richard Crump of Carlingford, co. Louth; with five townlands in the parish of Clonfeacle given as security (transcript)
    • No. 14-172-5998 (dated 16 Feb 1714) – William Barton of Thomastown, co. Louth, to Joseph Dean, Rt. Hon. Lord Chief Baron of his Majesty's Court of Exchequer; deeds of release re: Manor of Ballygawley, and several townlands in each of the Baronies of Clogher and Dungannon (index entries and abstract)
  • 2017-05-10: Added the following re: Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • No. 16-304-7559 (dated 20 January 1713)– index entries and abstract for the will of John Hamilton of Caledon, Esq., proprietor of the Caledon estate
    • No. 17-335-9032 (dated 1 Nov 1713) – index entries and abstract for lease granted by Thomas Whyte of Redhills, co. Cavan, to William Fleming, sen., of Drummond, parish of Aughalow, co. Tyrone
    • No. 18-275-9033 (dated 1 Nov 1713) – index entries and abstract for lease granted by Thomas Whyte of Redhills, co. Cavan, to William Moore of Drummond, parish of Aughalow, co. Tyrone
  • 2017-05-09: Blog article: The ancient parish of Aghallow and the Territories of Muinterbirne and Largie, 1609/10 (with three maps)
    • Biographical notes for Sir Thomas Ridgway (1582–1631), proprietor of the Manor of Ballymagran, 1610
    • Opened local history notes pages for the Territory of Largie and the Manor of Ballymagran
    • Added the following re: Memorials of Irish deeds –
      • No. 11-315-4604 (dated 14 & 15 Feb 1708) – index entries and abstract for deeds of lease and release executed by John Hamilton of Caledon, Esq., and David Wilson of Dublin, Gent.
      • No. 12-331-5311 (dated 1713-11-01) – index entries and abstract for lease demised by Francis Whyte of Redhills, co. Cavan, Esq., to Acheson Moore of Aughnacloy, Esq.
      • No. 13-57-4986 (dated 21 & 22 Oct 1712) – deeds of lease and release executed by John Hamilton of Caledon, Esq., and James Stewart of Killymoon, Esq.
      • No. 14-318-6305 (dated 2 July 1712) – index entries and abstract for indenture of lease executed by Thomas White of Redhills, co. Cavan, Esq., and William Moore of Drumearn, co. Tyrone, Gent.
  • 2017-04-30: Added the following re: Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • No. 8-288-2768 (dated 8 & 9 September 1708) – transcript of deeds of lease and release executed by John Hamilton of Caledon, Esq., and James Maxwell of Crearum [later, Fellows Hall], parish of Tynan, Esq.
    • No. 10-398-3934 (dated 22 May 1713) – index entries for deed of assignment of mortgage executed by Francis White of Redhills, co. Cavan, Bryan (otherwise Norburg) Osborn of Thomastowne, co. Louth, Robert Sanderson of Castle Sanderson, co. Cavan, and William Barton of Thomastown, Esqrs.
    • Updated the 2017-04-29 blog article—renamed Manors of Ballymagran and Caledon in the parish of Aghaloo, c.1708—for information from Memorial no. 10-398-3934, above.
  • 2017-04-29: Blog article: Manors and townlands in the parish of Aghaloo c.1708. Opened an index page for timeline notes pertaining to the historic manors and territories in the parish of Aghaloo, beginning with the territory of Minterburn. Opened a biographical notes index page for prominent people who lived in the parish of Aughalow, county Tyrone. The first posts feature several landlords of the 17th and 18th centuries:
  • 2017-04-01: Posted corrections to the blog article published on 2017-03-18, and a new article: Townlands in the Manor of Kinard, 1613–1708.
  • 2017-03-26: Posted corrections to the blog article published on 2017-03-18, specifically, the historical analysis of two townlands: Ballynemeatagheightragh and Ballynemeataghoughtragh (Ballynameta), parish of Tynan, county Armagh.
  • 2017-03-20: Added a transcript of Memorial no. 2-179-366 (dated 1st February 1708), a marriage settlement executed by Francis Whyte and Thomas Whyte of Redhills, county Cavan (proprietors of the Manor of Ballymagrane in counties Tyrone and Monaghan), with James Naper, and his daughter Sarah, of Loghcrue, county Meath.
  • 2017-03-18: Added a transcript of Memorial no. 1-472-368, John Hamilton, Esq., to the Lord Archbishop of Dublin and others (dated 15 & 16 February 1708) – a marriage settlement executed in anticipation of the union of Mr. Hamilton and Miss Lucy Dopping.
  • 2017-02-23: Added a transcript of Memorial no. 51-110-32978, Potter to Read (dated 22 March 1725), reciting a lease, dated 1 May 1717, granted by Joseph Marshall of Annaghroe to Thomas Potter of Carnteel.
  • 2017-02-15: Biographical sketch for Francis James Morley of New Cross, London, who died on the 15th February 1916 at Ypres—filed under the section, We will remember them.
  • 2017-02-13: Added transcripts of the following Memorials of Irish deeds:
  • 2017-02-11: Added transcripts of the following Memorials of Irish deeds:
  • 2017-02-10: Added transcripts of the following Memorials of Irish deeds:
    • No. 427-302-278886 (dated 10 December 1790) – a deed of mortgage executed by Dorothy Atkinson, Darley Atkinson, and John Atkinson, all of Dublin, and John Marshall of Armagh.
    • No. 497-31-317428 (dated 7 April 1793) – a deed of lease executed by Alexander Hayes of Hayeshall, county Armagh, William Ryan of Armagh, Robert Atkinson, jun., of Ahorey, co. Armagh, and John Marshall of Blackwatertown.
    • Posted updates to the Armagh and Blackwatertown, county Armagh, and the Derrykintone, parish of Aghaloo (county Tyrone), timeline pages for the Marshall surname.
  • 2017-02-09: Added transcripts of the following Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • No. 261-387-171905 (dated 16 June 1759) – a marriage settlement executed by Henry Marshall of Curlaght with the Rev. Michael Harrison of Culfeightrin, county Antrim.
    • No. 344-180-230776 (dated 2 August 1768) – an indented deed executed by Arthur Donnelly of Blackwatertown and Joseph Atkinson of Englishtown, both in the county of Armagh. (index entries, only)
    • No. 370-393-252850 (dated 22 & 23 August 1786) – deeds of lease and release executed by John Atkinson of Aughorier, parish of Kilmore, county Armagh, and John Marshall of Blackwatertown.
  • 2017-02-05: Added a transcript of Memorial no. 497-7-317095 (dated 1 Oct 1795) – an indented deed of lease executed by Joseph Marshall of Glenkeen and Armar Marshall of Aughnacloy.
    • Input data re: the Marshall surname from the PRONI's Freeholders' Records database.
    • Posted updates to the Aughnacloy, Curlaght, DerrykintoneGlendavagh, and Glenkeen timeline pages for the Marshall surname. Opened a timeline page for Carricklongfield, parish of Aghaloo.
    • Updated the draft Marshall family tree for entries from Memorials of Irish deeds through 1795, and also with 1795/6 data from the Freeholders' Records held by the PRONI in Belfast. Please note that this chart is a work-in-progress and therefore, is in draft form.
  • 2017-02-04: Added transcripts of the following Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • No. 485-496-314985 (dated 23 May 1795) – a deed of sale executed by Edward Marshall of Lurgan and William Scrogie of Middletown, both in the county of Armagh, re: premises in the town of Caledon, and in Ards and Drumess townlands, parish of Aghaloo.
    • No. 483-528-316889 (dated 11 Sept 1795) – an indented deed of lease executed by Joseph Marshall of Blackwatertown and Harrison Marshall of Derrycreevy (parish of Clonfeacle, county Tyrone) re: a sixty-one acre parcel Irish Plantation Measure in Glenkeen townland.
    • Posted updates to the AughnacloyCaledon, Curlaght, and Glenkeen (county Tyrone) and Blackwatertown (county Armagh) timeline pages for the Marshall surname.
  • 2017-02-02: Posted updates to the Armagh, and the Curlaght and Aughnacloy, county Tyrone, timeline pages for the Marshall surname.
    • Added transcripts of the following Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • No. 480-548-306314 (dated 26 March 1794) – a deed of release executed by John McCrea and Armar Marshall, both of Aughnacloy.
    • No. 479-581-309996 (dated 7 Oct 1794) – a marriage settlement executed by Harrison Marshall of Derrycreevy and Patrick Ferguson of Stangmore (both in the parish of Clonfeacle) of the first part, Thomas Beale of Denydale (and of the Queen's county) of the second part, and Henry Marshall of Curlaght on behalf of his daughter, Margaret, of the third part.
  • 2017-02-01: Added transcripts of the following Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • No. 468-8-296367 (dated 14 July 1792) – a marriage settlement executed by Joseph Marshall, father of John Marshall of Birr, King's county, intended husband of Charlotte, daughter of John Devereux of Newtownbarry, county Wexford, with Alexander Boyle and Benjamin Kearney of Dublin, Gentlemen (index entries, only).
    • No. 465-158-296152 (dated 29 Jan 1793) – a deed of conveyance executed by Henry Marshall, formerly of Killynaul, son of Robert Marshall, deceased, and Joseph Irwin of Dyan, parish of Aghaloo.
    • No. 496-480-320152 (dated 10 April 1793) – an indenture of lease executed by John Marshall of Armagh, Esq., and James Hanna of Blackwatertown.
    • No. 506-195-328750 (dated 14 April 1793) – an indenture of lease executed by John Marshall of Armagh, Esq., and John Crothers of Blackwatertown.
    • No. 489-177-308154 (dated 10 June 1793) – a marriage settlement executed by Harrison Marshall and Henry Marshall of Curlaght, Elizabeth Johnston and James Johnston of Tullycallogue (county Monaghan), William Johnston of Tullycallogue, and James Mollan of Glasslough, county Monaghan.
    • Posted updates to the Armagh and Blackwatertown, county Armagh, and Curlaght and Killynaul, parish of Aghaloo, county Tyrone, timeline pages for the Marshall surname.
  • 2017-01-31: Added transcripts of the following Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • No. 439-406-285131 (dated 8 Oct 1791) – a deed of conveyance executed by Francis Marshall and Thomas Irwin, both of Caledon.
    • No. 439-407-285132 (dated 8 Oct 1791) – a deed of conveyance executed by Francis Marshall and Thomas Irwin, both of Caledon.
    • No. 466-505-298796 (dated 10 Nov 1791) – an indented deed of release executed by John Cochran of Enniskillen, of the first part; Elizabeth Cochran née Marshall, wife of John, of the second part; and Thomas Irwin of Caledon and James Haddock of Curlaght in the parish of Aghaloo, of the third part.
    • Posted updates to the Caledon and Glendavagh timeline pages for the Marshall surname.
  • 2017-01-30: Input entries for Marshall and related surnames, for the period 1791–95, in the list of extracts from the Vestry minutes for St. John's parish church (Church of Ireland) in Caledon.
    • Updated the Marshall timeline pages for Armagh and Blackwatertown in the county of Armagh, and Derrykintone and Glenkeen in the parish of Aghaloo, county Tyrone.
    • Added transcripts for the following Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • No. 300-568-201284 (dated 1 Jan 1774) – a deed of lease executed by the Earl of Cork & Orrery and George Linn of Dunmacmay, co. Tyrone (index entries, only).
    • No. 383-416-254129 (dated 5 Dec 1786) – an indented deed of assignment executed by Elizabeth Leathly of Dublin, spinster, and John Marshall of Blackwatertown.
    • No. 440-171-284030 (dated 9 Aug 1791) – an indented deed executed by Roger Best of Moy, of the first part; Alice Richardson of Tullyelmer, parish of Armagh, of the second part; and John Marshall of Armagh, Esq., and Wakefield Orr of Dublin, Gent., of the third part.
  • 2017-01-29: Added transcripts for the following Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • No. 453-280-290919 (dated 3 Mar 1789) – a marriage settlement executed by Joseph Marshall of Birr, co. Tipperary, and his son, William Marshall (the bridegroom), of Clones, co. Monaghan, of the one part, with James Griffith and Elizabeth Graham (the bride) of Cornapeast, co. Monaghan, of the second part (index entries, only).
    • No. 410-174-269532 (dated 2 June 1789) – an indented deed executed by John Lindsay and Bartholomew Maziere of Dublin, assignees of James Maxwell of Armagh, a bankrupt, of the first part; John Marshall of Blackwatertown, of the second part; and Jane Thompson of Newry, spinster, of the third part.
    • No. 415-200-273389 (dated 24 Dec 1789) – a deed of sale executed by James Falls of Aughnacloy and James Taylor of Armagh, of the first part, and John Marshall of Blackwatertown, of the second part.
    • No. 421-239-274357 (dated 16 Mar 1790) – an indented deed of release executed by Henry Marshall and John Marshall of Glendavagh, with Robert Pettigrew of Crilly, both of the parish of Aghaloo.
    • No. 425-57-275849 (dated 9 June 1790) – a deed of rent charge executed by James Marshall and Samuel Johnston, both of Armagh (index entries, only).
    • No. 435-394-288512 (dated 29 Oct 1790) – an indented deed of release executed by Henry Marshall and John Marshall of Glendavagh with Robert Pettigrew of Crilly.
    • Updated the Marshall of Aghaloo pages for Blackwatertown, co. Armagh, and Glendavagh, parish of Aghaloo.
    • Updated the draft Marshall family tree for entries through the year, 1790, and also with index entries from the 1825 Tithe Applotment records for the parish of Aghaloo. Please note that this chart is a work-in-progress and therefore, is in draft form.
  • 2017-01-28: Added transcripts for the following Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • No. 385-312-255321 (dated 7 Feb 1787) – a deed of rent charge and attornment executed by Henry Marshall of Glendavagh and William Pringle of Caledon.
    • No. 410-469-270142 (dated 2 April 1787) – an indented deed executed by John Marshall of Blackwatertown and Robert Magill of Anahavill, county Londonderry, with William Richardson of Moy.
    • No. 426-419-278292 (dated 14 Oct 1787)  – a deed of lease executed by Henry Marshall of Glendavagh and Jarred Irwin of Tully, both of the parish of Aghaloo.
    • No. 406-178-266157 (dated 11 Aug 1788) – an indenture of conveyance granted by Joseph Marshall of Mullaghmossagh to Cornelius Reilly of Caledon, both of the parish of Aghaloo.
    • No. 407-46-266526 (dated 16th [--] 1788) – an indented deed of mortgage executed by Henry Marshall of Glendavagh and Robert Pettigrew of Crilly.
  • 2017-01-27: Added transcripts for the following Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • No. 425-290-277090 (dated 8 Aug 1786) – an indented deed of release executed by William Richardson of Moy, the Rev. James Whiteside of Drumslush (co. Tyrone), the Rev. William Kennedy of Gortnaglush (co. Tyrone), and John Marshall of Blackwatertown, of the one part, with Charles Man of Moy, co. Tyrone, of the other part.
    • No. 382-232-254460 (dated 1 Oct 1786) – an indented deed of release executed by Henry Marshall of Glendavagh and Robert Cummin of Aughnacloy, both in the county of Tyrone.
    • No. 370-545-253339 (dated 24 Oct 1786) – articles of agreement concluded between Joseph Marshall of Mullaghmossagh and George Linn of Dunmacy, both of the parish of Aghaloo.
    • No. 383-466-254552 (dated 11 Dec 1786) – an indented deed of release executed by Henry Marshall of Glendavagh and William Pringle of Caledon, both in the county of Tyrone.
    • No. 385-164-254680 (dated 15 Jan 1787) – an indented deed of release executed by Joseph Marshall of Mullaghmossagh and George Linn of Dunmacmay.
    • Updated the Marshall of Aghaloo pages for Blackwatertown, CaledonGlendavagh, and Mullaghmossagh.
  • 2017-01-26: Added a transcript of Memorial no. 375-392-251449 – an indented deed of release executed by the Lord Viscount Enniskillen, George Linn of Dunmacmay (parish of Aghaloo), and Henry Marshall of Curlagh (same parish), executors of the late Cornelius Marshall of Caledon, of the one part, with Thomas Irwin of Caledon.
  • 2017-01-24: Updated the extracts for the vestry minutes of the parish of Aghaloo for related surnames through 1790, with updates to the following timeline pages for the Marshall surname: Caledon, DerrykintoneKillynaul, and Other.
    • Added a transcript of Memorial no. 380-150-254920 (dated 27 Jan 1786) – a deed executed by Samuel Marshall of Killynaul and his son, Roger Marshall, same place, of the one part, and James Haddock of Curlaght, of the other part, all in the parish of Aghaloo, co. Tyrone.
  • 2017-01-16: Updated the draft Marshall family tree — please refer to cautionary notes in red font, highlighted in yellow, and note that this chart is a work-in-progress.
  • 2017-01-14: Added transcripts of the following Memorials of Irish deeds –
  • 2017-01-13: Updated the extracts for the vestry minutes of the parish of Aghaloo for related surnames through 1785, with updates to the following timeline pages for the Marshall surname: Caledon, Cumber, Killynaul, Mullaghmossagh, Other; and for the Girvin surname in Mullinaveagh and Tannaghlane townlands; all in the parish of Aghaloo.
  • 2017-01-10: Added transcripts of the following Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • No. 364-454-247418 (dated 7 July 1779) – a deed made between Francis Marshall of Caledon of the one part, and James Kelly of Drumleck [Drumleek?], Samuel Bates of Moy, Joseph Anderson of the same, John Moore of Caledon, and James Strong, all of county Tyrone, and James Trotter of Blackwatertown and Alexander Patterson of Armagh, both of county Armagh, of the second part.
    • No. 379-353-253278 (dated 25 Oct 1780) – an indented deed of mortgage executed by Henry Marshall of Glendavagh and Robert Cummin of Aughnacloy.
    • Input updates to the BlackwatertownCaledon, and Glendavagh timeline pages for the Marshall surname.
    • Input updates to the 1700s newspaper transcripts page.
  • 2017-01-09: Blog article, to introduce the family history work done re: the Rev. Cornelius Marshall (1770–1854) and Margaret Brydge (d.1847). Also updated the draft Marshall family tree — please refer to cautionary notes in red font, highlighted in yellow, and note that this chart is a work-in-progress.
  • 2017-01-08: Added the following pages pertaining to the Rev. Cornelius Marshall (1770–1854) of Killeeshil, county Tyrone, and of Dundalk, county Louth, and his wife, Margaret (d.1847), daughter of the Rev. John Brydge of Bridge-hall, Cranslough, parish of Carnteel, county Tyrone:
  • 2017-01-08: Added the following pages pertaining to Sarah Prigny de Quérieux née Marshall (d.1849):
  • 2017-01-08: Added transcripts of the following Memorials of Irish deeds –
    • No. 658-64-452813 (dated 16 Feb 1813) – a deed of assignment of mortgage executed by Elinor Browne of Belfast, widow, of the one part, and Sarah Marshall of Bath, spinster, of the other part.
    • No. 754-164-512499 (dated 20 March 1820) – an indented deed executed by Mathieu Anne Louis Prigney De Quérieux, Captain in the Navy of France, and Sarah Prigney De Quérieux otherwise Marshall, wife of the said M.A.L. De Quérieux of the first part;  James Stewart, Esq., of Killymoon, county Tyrone, and William Stewart, Esq., his eldest son, of the second part; and Joseph Goff of the City of Dublin, Esq., of the third part.
    • No. 844-409-565909 (dated 6 March 1829) – an indented deed of assignment executed by William Pettigrew of Crilly, of the first part; George Pettigrew of Crilly, Gent., of the second part; Francis Houston of Crossteely, county of Tyrone, Gent., of the third part; and the Reverend Cornelius Marshall of Cottage, county Tyrone, Clerk, of the fourth part.
    • No. 849-253-568253 (dated 11 July 1829) – an indented deed of assignment executed by the Rev. Cornelius Marshall of Cottage, county Tyrone, Clerk of the first part; Thomas Houston of Crossteely, county Tyrone, Gentleman, of the second part; and William Verner of Churchhill, county Armagh, Esq., of the third part.
    • No. 1834-6-230 (dated 2 April 1834) – an indented deed of mortgage executed by Capt. Marcus Richardson of Portrus, county Antrim, and the Rev. Cornelius Marshall of Cottage, county Tyrone.
    • No. 1845-15-279 (dated 22 June 1835) – a marriage settlement executed by James Jackson Marshall, Gent., Attorney, of Dublin; Anne Gregory otherwise Hovenden of Dublin, widow; Thomas Hovenden of Gurteen house, Queen's county, Esq.; the Rev. Joseph Marshall, chaplain in H.M.'s Royal Navy; the Rev. Cornelius Marshall of Cottage, county Tyrone; and William Dunne of Dublin, Esq.
    • No. 1845-2-250 (dated 10 May 1844) – an indented deed executed by James Jackson Marshall of Herondale, Queen's county, and the Rev. Cornelius Marshall of Dundalk, county Louth.
    • No. 1845-4-60 (dated 20 Feb 1845) – an agreement concluded by William Dunne, James Jackson Marshall, and John Brydge with John Smith Abbott (and citing also William Russell).
    • No. 1845-14-21 (dated 7 Aug 1845) – an indented deed of assignment of mortgage executed by the Rev. Cornelius Marshall of Dundalk, of the first part; Marianne Richardson, widow, William P. Richardson, Robert Gage Richardson, Esquires, Barbara Susan Richardson spinsters [sic], and Edward Seaton Esq., husband of the late Elizabeth Richardson, all of Portrush, county Antrim, of the second part; and John Rowley Miller of Moneymore and John Stewart Vesey of Magherafelt both in the county of Londonderry, Esquires, of the third part.
    • No. 1847-20-177 (dated 7 Dec 1847) – an indenture of conveyance of mortgage executed by the Rev. Cornelius Marshall of Dundalk, Clerk, of the first part; William Hovenden of Dalkey, county Dublin, Esq., of the second part; James Jackson Marshall of Herondale, Queen's county, Esq., of the third part; and John Moore Hovenden, Queen's co., Esq.
    • No. 1847-20-151 (dated 9 Dec 1847) – a deed of agreement made between the Rev. Cornelius Marshall of Dundalk, Clerk, of the one part, and John Moore Hovenden of Ballylehane, Queen's county, Esq., of the other part.
    • No. 1853-17-201 (dated 18 May 1853) – an indenture of marriage settlement made between the Rev. Joseph Marshall of Baronne Court, county Tipperary, of the first part; Sophia Jane Kennedy, daughter of the late Hugh Kennedy of Cultra, Down, Esq., of the second part; the Rev. William Henry McCausland of Birr, King's county, and the Rev. Richard Hugh Lowe of Ahaseragh, county Galway, of the third part; and the Rev. John Marshall of Wark, Northumberland, and Dominick McCausland of Dublin, Barrister at Law, of the fourth part.
    • No. 1858-4-16 (dated 23 April 1857) – a deed of fee farm grant made between Barry Fox of Annaghmore, King's county, and Charles Fox of Dublin, Esq., Barrister at Law (assignees and Devisees of the Right Hon. Barry Earl of Farnham and of the Right Hon. John James Earl of Farmham both deceased) of the one part; and the Rev. Joseph Marshall of Tinnikilly house, county Tipperary, of the other part.
    • No. 1860-20-193 (dated 22 June 1860) – an indented deed of conveyance made between the Rev. Joseph Marshall of Baronne Court, county Tipperary, and Joseph Burke of Dublin, Esq.
    • No. 1861-2-75 (dated 11 Jan 1861) – an indenture made between the Rev. Joseph Marshall of Baronne Court, county Tipperary, executor of the last will and testament of the Rev. Cornelius Marshall, and Annabella Marshall of Castlering, county Louth, Spinster.
    • No. 1863-14-194 (dated 21 April 1861) – an indenture executed by the Rev. Joseph Marshall of Baronne Court, county Tipperary, and James Moore of Armagh, Gent.
    • No. 1866-28-163 (dated 7 Aug 1866) – a deed of marriage settlement made between Annabella Marshall of Dublin, Spinster, of the first part; Jane Sophia Bell of Dublin, Spinster, niece of Annabella Marshall, of the second part; Major James Woods of Her Majesty's 81st Regiment of Infantry, of the third part; and Richard Bolton of Castlering, county Louth, Esq., and William Woods of Parsonstown, King's County, a Captain in the army, of the fourth part.
    • No. 1868-2-237 (dated 20 Jan 1868) – an indenture of reconveyance of mortgage executed by Annabella Marshall of Castlering, county Louth, Spinster, and Nathaniel Low of Nanticoke, Province of Ontario, Canada, Esq.
    • No. 1869-33-17 (dated 23 Oct 1869) – an indenture made between Annabella Marshall of Castlering, county Louth, Spinster, of the first part; Sophia Kennedy of Monkstown, county Dublin, widow, of the second part; and Sophia Jane Marshall of Baronne Court, county Tipperary, widow, of the third part.

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