Updates to Arborealis, 2019

  • 2019-01-08: Additions include:
  • 2019-01-06: Additions include:
    • Newspaper transcripts for Ledlie
    • Updates to the following biographical notes and timelines:
    • 1773-09-22: Memorial no. 3009399-200331 – an indenture of assignment whereby Mary Ledlie, widow of William Ledlie late of Coagh, county Tyrone, granted her leasehold of Muinagh townland,  to her daughter, Isabella Ledlie.
    • 1773-09-22: Memorial no. 305-184-201444 – an indenture of assignment whereby Mary Ledlie, widow of William Ledlie of Carnan, granted her leaseholds in Carnan and in Urbal to her son, George.
  • 2019-01-05: Additions include:
    • Newspaper transcripts for Ledlie
    • Updates to the following biographical notes and timelines:
    • 1758-08-31: Memorial no. 230-600-153197 – an indenture of assignment whereby, for the consideration of £33 1s. 3d., James Hamilton and Henry Hamilton sold their leasehold in fifty acres, representing one-third part, of Dromore townland in the parish of Arboe, co. Tyrone, to James Ledlie of Edenderry, Belfast.
    • 1759-10-18: Memorial no. 241-641-161576 –an indenture of lease given by Charles Hamilton of Portglenone, county Antrim, to Thomas Ledlie of Lower Back, county Tyrone, Boat carpenter, in a dwelling-house, &c. in Portglenone, and four acres plantation measure in Garvaghy, both in the county of Antrim.
    • 1765-09-18: Memorial no. 241-82-156892 – an indenture of assignment whereby, for the consideration of £400, Joshua Ledlie sold his interest in one-half of Carnan townland and in tenements in the parish of Tamlaght, co. Londonderry, to William Ledlie of Carnan.
  • 2019-01-04: Additions include:
    • Newspaper transcripts for the Ledlie surname (new)
    • Updates to the following biographical notes and timelines:
    • 1757-03-18: Memorial no. 277-124175779 – deeds of lease and release executed as a settlement on the marriage of Joshua Ledlie of Carnan and Ann White of Gortnegarr, county Londonderry.
    • 1759-10-18: Memorial no. 241-641-161576 – an indenture of lease given by Charles Hamilton of Portglenone, county Antrim, to Thomas Ledlie of Lower Back, county Tyrone, in a dwelling house, &c. in Portglenone, and four acres Irish plantation measure in Garvaghy, co. Antrim.
    • 1761-10-22: Memorial no. 235-186-153196 – an indenture of lease, given by Thomas Ledlie of Londonderry to John Gates and William Brown of Stewartstown.
  • 2019-01-03: Additions include:
    • Updates to the following biographical notes and timelines:
    • 1741-09-21: Memorial no. 109-414-76407 – an indenture of lease given by James Hoope of Dublin to John Ledlie and Thomas Ledlie of Carnan, in the woods, underwoods, &c., and bog timber on the Island of Derrinraw, parish of Tartaraghan, county Armagh.
    • 1748-01-27: Memorial no. 155-383-105143 – an indenture of lease given by George Conyngham of Springhill, county Londonderry, Esq., to William Ledlie of Carnan, in two parcels in Urbal townland in the parish of Tamlaght, county Tyrone.
  • 2019-01-02: Additions include:
  • 2019-01-01: Additions include:
    • Updates to the following biographical notes and timelines:
    • Updates to the following family tree outline pages:
      • Darragh of Ballynagowan, county Tyrone
    • Memorials of Irish deeds:
      • 1709-04-19: Memorial no. 8-155-2470 – an indenture of conveyance executed by Robert Darrogh of Rafeenan, co. Monaghan, and Anne née Fixter, his wife, with Martha Fixter, sister to Anne, and William Adam of Monaghan, merchant.
      • 1712-10-28: Memorial no. 10-180-3398 – an indenture of mortgage executed by Joseph Strean of Lisnagowre, county Monaghan, gent., to Robert Darroch of Rafeenan, co. Monaghan, gent.
      • 1723-04-01: Memorial no. 41-371-26361 – deeds of lease and release, whereby, for the consideration of £230, Alexander Fleming, gent., of Drumcrew, county Monaghan, and Martha née Fixter, his wife, and Robert Darroch and Samuel Darroch of Raffinen, co. Armagh, released several parcels in and near the town of Augher, parish of Clogher, county Tyrone, to Robert Wilson, merchant, of Augher.

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