Marshall of Blackwatertown, county Armagh

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Very old (18th century?) building in Blackwatertown,
situated near or at the location described in
Memorial no. 185-576-124337, Dawson to Marshall (1757-02-16).
Photograph © Alison Kilpatrick 2016.

  • 1757-02-16: Memorial no. 185-576-124337 – a deed of lease whereby Richard Dawson of Dublin granted Joseph Marshall of the Dyan a lease in a plot of ground in Blackwatertown—one end situated on the Armagh to Charlemont road, and the other along the road leading from Arthur Donnelly's to the bridge—for a term of fourteen years, renewable for as long as Mr. Dawson and his heirs and assigns should continue to hold the grand lease from the See of Armagh. Mr. Marshall was required to build five tenements. [1]
  • 1760-08-12: Memorial no. 208-47-136825 – an indenture whereby, for the consideration of £80, the Sheriff of the county Armagh granted the leasehold in certain plots of ground in Blackwatertown and in the townland of Tullykevan—formerly occupied by Samuel Graham—in accordance with a writ of fieri facias executed at the suit of Joseph Marshall, assignee. [2]
  • 1764-02-10: Belfast News-Letter advert – Joseph Marshall of Blackwatertown, and son, had for sale a "A very large Quantity of Stock and Rim Timber fit for Wheel-Wrights, to be sold either in large or small Parcels, at the most reasonable Prices, for ready Money." [3]
  • 1765: Birth of Joseph Marshall. This Joseph Marshall would marry Mary, daughter of James Haddock of Curlagh, and died at Glenkeen. [4]
    ☛ He was a brother of Huggins Marshall, attorney.
  • 1765-10-10 & -11: Memorial no. 239-258-157198 – John Marshall of Blackwatertown was a witness, on behalf of Joseph Marshall of Glenkeen, to deeds of lease and release, as and for a mortgage, perfected by Joseph Marshall, Henry Marshall of Mullaghmossagh, and William Pringle of Caledon. [5]
  • 1765-12-18: Joseph Marshall of Blackwatertown, merchant, perfected a lease with Richard Dawson of Dublin for a lot of ground in Blackwatertown, for a term of seven years, at the annual rent of 5s. 5d. [6]
  • 1766-08-19: In an advert published in the Belfast News-Letter, Joseph Marshall and Son (John) appended their names to a list of persons who, "being convinced of the Benefit that must arise to the Country in general, and to the Linen Manufacture in particular, to have Fairs or monthly Markets established in Moy, do hereby engage to give a regular and constant Attendance at said Fairs, whenever not prevented by other Business." [7]
  • 1766-11-05: In an advert published in the Belfast News-Letter, Joseph Marshall "and Son" (John) appended their names to a list of persons who subscribed sums as a reward for the discovery, prosecution, and conviction of the person or persons who had burnt the corn stacks of Mr. Daniel Toole of Ballymacknab, near Armagh. [8]
  • 1767-03-17: In an advert published in the Belfast News-Letter, Joseph Marshall "and Son" (John) appended their names to a list of persons who subscribed sums as a reward for the discovery, prosecution, and conviction of the person or persons who set the cow-house, with seven head of cattle in it, and the dwelling-house of Owen O'Mallan of Killeen in the parish and county of Armagh. [9]
  • 1767-10-06: Death notice published for Ann, wife of Joseph Marshall of Blackwatertown. [10]
    ☛ This was almost certainly Ann née Huggins, daughter of John Huggins of Glenarb (d.1741).
  • 1769-08-14 & -15: Memorial no. 278-277-178219 – indented deeds of lease and release whereby, for the consideration of £100, Walter Thompson of Dungannon released to Joseph Marshall of Blackwatertown several parcels of ground in the townland and the town of Benburb and vicinity, comprising in total about 35 acres English measure with mills. The deed contained a proviso for redemption. [11]
  • 1769-08-14: Memorial no. 289-406-191861 – an indenture of lease granted by John Holmes of Spawmount, co. Tyrone, to Joseph Marshall the younger of Blackwatertown, of a dwelling house and tenement in Blackwatertown for a term of fourteen years, renewable for another fourteen years and for ever as long as Mr. Holmes or his heirs or assigns renews the original lease. [12]
    ☛ Joseph Marshall, sen., still living, this Joseph Marshall the younger would be that originally of Glenkeen and married to Joseph sen.'s daughter Jane.
  • 1770: Birth of Cornelius, son of Joseph Marshall of Blackwatertown—deduced from an entry in Alumni Dublinenses, viz.: "Marshall, Cornelius Henry, Pen (Dr. Gruebere), July 24, 1786 ae 16 s. of Joseph, Mercator, b. Armagh, BA-Aest 1792." [13]
  • 1770-12-18: In the Belfast News-Letter, Joseph Marshall, jun. of Blackwatertown published a notice stating that he had lost a watch on the road from Moy to Blackwatertown. It was a silver watch made by William Mather of Ballycastle. Mr. Marshall offered a one guinea reward for its return. [14]
    ☛ Although this man is described as Joseph Marshall, jun. of Blackwatertown, in fact he was jun. of Glenkeen, having removed to Blackwatertown after his marriage to Jane, daughter of Joseph Marshall of the Dyan (later of Blackwatertown), in 1755.
  • 1772-01-14: Memorial no. 288-642-193300 – a deed of mortgage given by Joseph Marshall of Blackwatertown to Nathaniel McCleave of Tassagh in the parish of Keady—whereby Mr. McCleave stood indebted to Mr. Marshall for the sum of £30 1s. 9p., and his holdings in Tassagh were placed into Mr. Marshall's possession with rights to the rents due from the tenants. [15]
  • 1773-06-01: Memorial no. 298-71-196541 – an indenture executed by: Joseph Marshall, sen. of Blackwatertown, merchant, of the first part; John Simpson of Ballyards, parish of Lisnadill, county Armagh, of the second part; Thomas Simpson, jun. of Moneyquin and Thomas Simpson of Ballyards, merchant, of the third part; and, John Marshall of Blackwatertown, merchant, and Jane, daughter of John Simpson, of the fourth part—for and in consideration of the intended marriage of John Marshall and Jane Simpson, whereby for the consideration [marriage portion] of £1,000, Joseph Marshall, sen. made over all of his leaseholds in the town of Blackwatertown to Thomas Simpson and Thomas Simpson, jun. "in Trust for the several uses in said Marriage Settlement." [16]
    ☛ Though the Memorial does not specify the uses cited above, it was customary to assign property in trust—also known as wife's thirds—in order to provide for the wife financially should she survive her husband.
  • 1773-10-15: The will was proved of Joseph Marshall, sen., of Blackwatertown. [17]
  • 1775-02-07: The name, John Marshall, was one of the many signatories to a lengthy notice published in the Belfast News-Letter with respect to a meeting of linen drapers who usually attend the markets of Dungannon, Stewartstown, Cookstown, and Moy. [18]
    ☛ The presence of the names of Thomas Simpson and Teeling Cassidy in the list suggests that this John Marshall may have been of Blackwatertown.
  • 1776: Birth of Joseph, son of John Marshall of Blackwatertown. [27]
  • 1776-07-12: John Marshall and Joseph Marshall, jun., son and son-in-law respectively of Joseph Marshall, sen., lately deceased, published an advert in the Belfast News-Letter in the settlement of Mr. Marshall's estate. [19]
  • 1776-11-05: The names of John Marshall and Joseph Marshall of Blackwatertown and Cornelius Marshall of Caledon were included in the list of subscribers who contributed sums towards a reward for the conviction of the person or persons who broke into the dwelling house of James McMullan of Blackwatertown and stole sixteen rolls of tobacco. [20]
  • 1777-01-13: Memorial no. 312-563-210898 – a memorandum executed by Henry Marshall of Mullaghmossagh and James Maxwell of Omagh, who was the legal representative for James Marshall, deceased—in effecting a renewal of the lease of part of the lands of Glendavagh—to insert the names of Joseph (aged about twelve years), the eldest son of Joseph Marshall of Blackwater-town, Merchant, and John (aged about twenty-seven years), son of James Cochran of Glenkeen. The witnesses included Joseph Marshall of Caledon, distiller, and Henry Marshall, jun. of Mullaghmossagh, farmer. [21]
  • 1777-01-17: Memorial no. 312-511-210702 – a deed of mortgage whereby, for the consideration of £400, Francis Houston of Armagh conveyed his leasehold in Tullydony or Tullydowy, county Tyrone, to John Marshall of Blackwatertown, with a provision for repayment with interest and costs. [22]
  • 1778-06-16: The names of Joseph Marshall, Henry Marshall, Cornelius Marshall, and John Marshall appeared in a list of subscribers to a reward for the capture and conviction of the person or persons who robbed John McReynolds of Moy, surgeon, "of seven Guineas in Gold, and nine Shillings in Silver, previously having fired two Pistols at him, whereby he was slightly wounded in the head." [23]
  • 1778-12-01: Messrs. Joseph and John Marshall advertised the house and concerns, previously occupied by Patrick Read, for let. [24]
  • 1780-05-20: The Right Hon. Thomas Lord Dartry executed a lease to John Marshall of Blackwatertown re: tenements for 14 years from 1 November 1777. Rent: £11.9s.2d. p.a. & duties. [25]
  • 1780-05-30: The Right Hon. Thomas Lord Dartry and John Marshall of Blackwatertown, merchant, executed a lease from 1 November 1777 for 14 years of certain tenements formerly in the possession of Joseph Marshall, John Trotter, William Trotter, James Giles, James Black and Samuel Graham, consideration £17.16.7., Rent £11.9.2. p.a. plus fees. [26]
  • 1782-03-15: Notice placed in the Belfast News-Letter re: the dissolution of the partnership between John Marshall and James McMullan of Blackwatertown, merchants, and of Mr. Marshall's intent to remove from that town as soon as possible. [28]
  • 1782-10-04: Memorial no. 351-117-235129 – a deed of assignment whereby, for the consideration of £172, John Marshall of Blackwatertown and John Boyd and Robert Boyd, both of Moy, assigned 34 acres 1 perch in Gortshalgan townland (parish of Killyman, county Tyrone) for ever, to the Rev. Robert Campbell of Mullyrodden, co. Tyrone. [29]
    See also the entry under date, 1784-12-04, below.
  • 1783-11-17: The names of John Marshall and Joseph Marshall [without domiciles] appeared in a list of subscribers to a reward for the capture of the person or persons who murdered John Barkly of Mullaboy, parish of Clonfeacle. [30]
  • 1783-12-23: A large meeting of gentlemen, clergy, and freeholders of the county Armagh convened at Armagh to make resolutions about Parliamentary reform. John Marshall [domicile not stated] was nominated to a committee "to make a return, as soon as possible, of the boroughs in this county which are by our adopted Plan declared to be decayed; to report by what admission of barony or baronies, parish or parishes to the right of franchise such decayed boroughs may best be opened in conformity to said Plan; and if in any of these boroughs a deviation from the general Plan should by local circumstances be found necessary, that they do specify with such mode as may appear to them fittest to be substituted in place of the general regulation, assigning their reasons for the same, but in no case advising such deviation unless on the most evident necessity.—The said return to be transmitted to Capt. James Dawson, or J. T. Ashenhurst, Esq." [31] ☛ It cannot be said, with certainty, that this person was John Marshall of Blackwatertown.
  • 1784-12-03: John Marshall and Robert Magill were assignees in the matter of John and Robert Boyd, bankrupts. According to a notice published in the Belfast News-Letter, a meeting of the several creditors was scheduled to take place at the house of John Richardson of Moy, innkeeper. [32]
    See also the entry under date, 1782-10-04, above.
  • 1785-01-06: The names of John Marshall and Joseph Marshall (domiciles not stated) appeared in a long list of freeholders of the county Armagh, who appealed—via a notice placed in the Belfast News-Letter—to other freeholders of the county to attend a meeting on the 18th January in order to appoint "Five Delegates to meet those of the other Counties who are to assemble in Dublin on the 20th inst. for the purpose of promoting a more equal representation of the people in Parliament." [33]
  • 1785-03-29: Memorial no. 379-3-249968 – an indented deed whereby, for the consideration of £250, John Marshall of Blackwatertown and Robert Magill of Annahavil (co. Londonderry), acting as assignees for John Boyd and Robert Boyd of Moy, bankrupts, conveyed a lot of ground with the messuages, tenements, and premises, to Mary Boyd of Armagh, spinster, the highest bidder. [34]
  • 1786-06-20: William Richardson Goodlatt, plaintiff, advertised a Sheriff's sale of the right, title, and interest to a leasehold of a house and offices in Blackwatertown, held by John Roe, Gent., defendant, from John Marshall, Esq. [35]
  • 1786-08-08: Memorial no. 425-290-277090 – an indented deed of release, whereby for the consideration of 10s paid to each of the parties of the first part, 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 first part, released to Charles Man of Moy, co. Tyrone, of the other part, a series of houses and lots of ground in the parishes of Clonfeacle (co. Tyrone) and Eglish (co. Armagh), in Leitrim (co. Londonderry), as well as goods and chattles belonging to Mr. Man. [36]☛ Though not stated explicitly in the Memorial, this transaction appears to be the release of lands and chattles held as security on a mortgage, and the discharge of that mortgage, given to Mr. Man.
  • 1786-08-22 & -23: Mortgage of £700 given by John Marshall of Blackwatertown, merchant, to John Atkinson, Gent., of Aghory, county Armagh, secured by 230 acres 3 roods 20 perches in Aughorier [Aghory] townland, parish of Kilmore; consideration, £700. [37]
  • 1786-10-01: Memorial no. 382-232-254460 – Joseph, son of Joseph Marshall of Blackwatertown, was named one of three lives in an indented deed of release executed by Henry Marshall of Glendavagh and Robert Cummin of Aughnacloy. The other lives included John, son of James Cochran of Glenkeen, and Robert Pettigrew of Crilly. [38]
  • 1786-12-05: Memorial no. 383-416-254129 – an indented deed of assignment of mortgage whereby Elizabeth Leathly of Dublin, spinster, conveyed one-half of Clonmain (parish of Loughgall, county Armagh) to John Marshall of Blackwatertown. The deed contained a provise of redemption in behalf of Alexander Hayes and Thomas Hayes. [48]
  • 1787-01-15: Joseph, son of Joseph Marshall of Blackwatertown, was one of two lives cited in Memorial no. 385-164-254680 – an indented deed of release executed by Joseph Marshall of Mullaghmossagh—eldest son and heir at law of Henry Marshall of Mullaghmossagh, deceased, and George Linn of Dunmacmay. [39]
  • 1787-04-02: Memorial no. 410-469-270142 – an indented deed whereby, acting as assignees for John Boyd and Robert Boyd, bankrupts, John Marshall of Blackwatertown and Robert Magill of Annahavill (county Londonderry) granted a lease of a tenement and premises in the town of Moy to William Richardson of same place. [40]
  • 1788-09-16: John Marshall of Blackwatertown was one of four assignees—with James Falls of Annacloy, William Foster of Monaghan, and James Taylor of Armagh—to the matter of David Bleakley of Greenvale, William Bleakley of Drum, David Bleakley of Annvale, all in the County of Armagh, and of John Bleakley of the City of Dublin, Bankrupts. [41]
  • 1789-05-08: John Marshall published an advert in the Belfast News-Letter for a two-storey dwelling house with tan-yard and warehouses, to let in Blackwatertown. [42]
  • 1789-06-02Memorial no. 410-174-269532 – 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. [43]
    ☛ Other than having been cited as the second party to this deed, no other mention was made of John Marshall. It is not clear what rôle he played in the execution of this transaction ... unless he advanced the several hundred pounds for the satisfaction of Mr. Maxwell's debts, thereby coming into possession of parcels in Ballyduff, Tamlattee, and Polnagh townlands (situated in the barony and county of Armagh) ... ?
  • 1789-06-09: John Marshall of Blackwatertown re-advertised his intent to sell the leasehold in the dwelling house, tan-yard, and warehouses in Blackwatertown, this time, repeating his intention to remove therefrom. [44]
  • 1789-06-09: In a legal notice published to the Belfast News-Letter, John Marshall of Blackwatertown was identified as impowered to by the assignees in the matter of David Bleakley, a bankrupt, to settle and receive sums due on the foot of creditors' bills. [45]
  • 1789-07-29: Lease cited later in Memorial no. 1861-2-75.
  • 1789-10-02: In the matter of David Bleakley, sen., of Greenvale, Keady, a bankrupt, a legal notice stated that John Marshall of Blackwatertown would receive proposals for considerable properties in Tullynamalloge and Tullyglush (parish of Keady), set on the Callan river, and equipped with all the machinery for the manufacture of linen. [46]
    ☛ These premises sound very like those that were worked by James Girvan, formerly of the parish of Aghaloo, c.1800.
  • 1789-12-24: Memorial no. 415-200-273389 – a deed of sale whereby, for the consideration of £4,400, James Falls of Aughnacloy and James Taylor of Armagh—acting as assignees for David Bleakley, jun., late of Annvale, co. Armagh, a bankrupt—conveyed 33 acres in Tullynamalloge and Dunlarg, a tenement in Keady with 4 acres in Dunlarg, 23 acres 3 roods and 3 perches in Crossdened, 12 acres 3 roods 3 perches in Dunlarg, 7 acrees 5 perches in Recarbery—all in the parish of Keady, Manor of Toagh, and Barony and County of Armagh—together with the goods, chattles, stock in trade, furniture, &c. of Mr. Bleakley. [47]
    ☛ These parcels form a large part of the county Armagh hereditaments which found their way through John Marshall's descendants, including the Rev. Joseph Marshall (1800–1865) of Baronne Court, co. Tipperary, and his son, William Kennedy Marshall (1858–1940).
  • 1791-08-09 ☛ John Marshall removed to Armagh by this date.
  • 1792-04-12: The will of Joseph Marshall of Blackwatertown was proved. [49]
    ☛ This was probably Joseph Marshall, formerly of Glenkeen who had married Jane Marshall in 1755.
  • 1793-03-23: Huggins Marshall of Blackwatertown, Gent., was sworn and admitted an Attorney of his Majesty's Court of Exchequer. [50]
  • 1793-04-07: Memorial no. 497-31-317428 – an indenture of lease granted by Alexander Hayes of Hayeshall, county Armagh—with the consent of William Ryan of Armagh, watchmaker, and John Marshall of Blackwatertown, merchant—to Robert Atkinson, jun., of Aghorey, parish of Kilmore (county Armagh), of a farm of 42 acres in Clonmain townland, parish of Loughall, with five acres of turf bog. [54]
  • 1793-04-10: Memorial no. 496-480-320512 – an indenture of lease granted by John Marshall of Armagh, Esq., to James Hanna of Blackwatertown, for a dwelling house, back houses, yard, and garden in Blackwatertown, for a term of seven years, with a clause of perpetual renewal. [51]
  • 1793-04-13: Memorial no. 506-195-328750 – an indenture of lease granted by John Marshall of Armagh, Esq., to John Crothers of Blackwatertown, for a lot of ground in Blackwatertown, for a term of ten years, with a clause of perpetual renewal. [52]
  • 1795-09-11Memorial no. 483-528-316889 – an indented deed of lease executed by Joseph Marshall of Blackwatertown and Harrison Marshall of Derrycreevy (parish of Clonfeacle, county Tyrone), formerly of Curlaght (parish of Aghaloo) re: a sixty-one acre parcel Irish Plantation Measure in Glenkeen townland. [53]
    ☛ The witnesses included Joseph Marshall's brother, Huggins Marshall, then of Stewartstown, and Harrison's brother, Armar Marshall of Aughnacloy.
  • 1796-01-09: (i) Lease for 16 years from 1 Nov. 1795, of 10 acres, 1 rood, 10 perches and of 5 acres, 2 roods, 22 perches, Rent: £9.18.9 p.a. plus Fees between Rt Hon. Thomas Viscount Cremorne, Dawson's Grove, Monaghan and Joseph Marshall, Blackwatertown, Co. Armagh, for land at Blackwatertown, Co. Armagh and Crockenrow, Co. Armagh respectively; and (ii) Lease for 16 years from 1 Nov. 1795, of 6 acres, 31 perches, Rent: £6.3.10½ p.a. plus Fees between Rt Hon. Thomas Viscount Cremorne, Dawson's Grove, Monaghan and Joseph Marshall, Blackwatertown, Co. Armagh, for land at Mullylegan, Co. Armagh. [55]
    ‡ Here again, we have to ask, "Which Joseph Marshall is which?" We could assume that the lessee was the son of John Marshall of Armagh, and whose age (i.e., Joseph's) in 1796 was twenty years. However, ... another Joseph Marshall—first cousin to the Joseph just recited—lived in Blackwatertown, aged thirty-one years in 1796: this second Joseph Marshall (1765–1835) was the son of Joseph Marshall of Glenkeen who married Jane Marshall of Blackwatertown in 1755. This second Joseph Marshall did go on to live at Blackwatertown for several more years, transacting leases for Glenkeen townland until removing there himself.
  • ... more calendar entries are pending ...

Link: Marshall of Stragrane and the Dyan, parish of Aghaloo, county Tyrone

Sources and notes:

1.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 185-576-124337: Dawson to Marshall (dated 16 Feb 1757; reg'rd 6 May 1757). Copy per FHL film no. 461379. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-10-02.

2.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 208-47-136825: Sheriff of the County of Armagh to Marshall (dated 12 Aug 1760; reg'rd 22 Sept 1760). Copy per FHL film no. 461391. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-10-08.

3.

Belfast News-Letter, 1764-02-10. Joseph Marshall of Blackwatertown, and son, merchants. Digital copy online at ancestry.ca (accessed by subscription).

4.

Wylie, Mona. St. John’s Church, Caledon, parish of Aghaloo: A Brief History, with gravestone inscriptions. Dúiche Néill. Vol. I, No. 3 (1988).

5.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 239-258-157198: Marshall & others to Pringle (dated 10 & 11 Oct 1765; reg'rd 30 Oct 1765). Copy per FHL film no. 461407. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-10-23.

6.

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast. Lease granted by Richard Dawson of Dublin to Joseph Marshall of Blackwatertown, merchant, for seven years of a parcel of ground in Blackwatertown, with a clause of renewal. PRONI  catalogue entry, ref. D526/2E/13.

7.

Belfast News-Letter, 19 Aug 1766. Joseph Marshall and son, merchants. Digital copy online at ancestry.ca (accessed by subscription).

8.

Belfast News-Letter, 21 Nov 1767. Joseph Marshall and son, subscribers. Digital copy online at ancestry.ca (accessed by subscription).

9.

Belfast News-Letter, 17 Mar 1767. Joseph Marshall and son, Blackwatertown, subscribers. Digital copy online at ancestry.ca (accessed by subscription).

10.

Belfast News-Letter, 1767-10-06. Death notice for Ann, wife of Joseph Marshall of Blackwatertown. Digital copy online at ancestry.ca (accessed by subscription).

11.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 278-277-178219: [Thompson] to Marshall (dated 14 & 15 Aug 1769; reg'rd 13 Nov 1769). Copy per FHL film no. 530911. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-10-23.

12.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 289-406-191861: Holmes to Marshall (dated 14 Aug 1769; reg'rd 25 Jan 1772). Copy per FHL film no. 531662. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-10-25.

13.

Burtchaell, George Dames, and Thomas Ulick Sadleir. Alumni dublinenses; a register of the students, graduates, professors, and provosts of Trinity college, in the University of Dublin. London: Williams and Norgate, 1924.

14.

Belfast News-Letter, 18 Dec 1770. Joseph Marshall, jun. of Blackwatertown re: notice of lost watch. Digital copy online at ancestry.ca (accessed by subscription).

15.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 288-642-193300: McCleave to Marshall (dated 14 Jan 1772; reg'rd 6 Nov 1772). Copy per FHL film no. 531661. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-11-22.

16.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 298-71-196541: Marshall to Simpson & another (dated 1 June 1773; reg'rd 19 June 1773). Copy per FHL film no. 531671. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-11-28.

17.

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast. Armagh Diocesan Administration Bonds; Pre-1858 Wills and Admons. Joseph Marshall, Blackwatertown (1773-10-15, and 1776). Name Search facility online www.apps.proni.gov.uk (accessed 2014-03-19).

18.

Belfast News-Letter, 11 March 1774. John Marshall, signatory, meeting of linen drapers re fairs at Dungannon, Stewartstown, Cookstown, and Moy. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick.

19.

Belfast News-Letter, 11 March 1774. 12 July 1776. Joseph Marshall, sen. of Blackwatertown, deceased, legal notice re administration of his estate. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick.

20.

Belfast News-Letter, 11 Nov 1776. Marshall subscriptions to reward for conviction of person or persons. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick.

21.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 312-563-210898: Marshall to Maxwell (dated 13 Jan 1777; reg'rd 7 Feb 1777). Copy per FHL film no. 531685. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-11-30.

22.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 312-511-210702: Houston to Marshall (dated 17 Jan 1777; reg'rd 24 Jan 1777). Copy per FHL film no. 531685. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-11-30.

23.

Belfast News-Letter, 16 June 1778. Marshall contributions towards capture and conviction of robber.

24.

Belfast News-Letter, 1 December 1778. Advert, re: house and concerns for let in Blackwatertown by Messrs. Joseph and John Marshall.

25.

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast. Catalogue entry: "Lease of tenements for 14 years from 1 November 1777. Rent: £11.9s.2d. p.a. & duties. Rt. Hon. Thos. Lord Dartry to John Marshall, Blackwatertown, Co. Armagh." PRONI ref. D266/23. Online at the PRONI's website, www.proni.gov.uk (accessed 2015-06-27).

26.

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast. Catalogue entry: "Lease from 1 Nov. 1777 for 14 years of certain tenements formerly in the possession of Joseph Marshall, John Trotter, William Trotter, James Giles, James Black and Samuel Graham, consideration £17.16.7., Rent £11.9.2. p.a. plus fees, between Rt Hon. Lord Dartrey and John Marshall, Blackwatertown, Co. Armagh, merchant, situated at Blackwatertown, Co. Armagh." PRONI ref. D266/8. Online at the PRONI's website, www.proni.gov.uk (accessed 2015-06-27).

27.

Trinity College Dublin (TCD). Manuscripts & Archives Research Library. Alumni Dublinenses: a register of the students, graduates, professors, and provosts of Trinity College in the University of Dublin (1593-1860). Marshall, Joseph, Pen. (Mr Carpendale), Nov. 7, 1791, aged 15; s. of John, Generosus; b. Co. Armagh. B.A. Vern. 1797. Dublin: Alex. Thom & Co., Ltd. (1924). Digital copy online at TCD, www.digitalcollections.tcd.ie ©2009 (accessed 2016-11-30).

28.

Belfast News-Letter, 22 March 1782. Notice re: dissolution of partnership of John Marshall and James McMullan of Blackwatertown, merchants, and of Mr. Marshall's intent to remove from said place.

29.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 351-117-235129: Marshall & others to Campbell (dated 4 Oct 1782; reg'rd 11 Feb 1783). Copy per FHL film no. 531949. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-01-14.

30.

Belfast News-Letter, 18 Nov 1783. Advert, re: subscriptions for apprehension and conviction of murderer of John Barkly of Mullaboy, parish of Clonfeacle, county Tyrone.

31.

Belfast News-Letter, 23 December 1783. County of Armagh Meeting (including John Marshall in attendance; domicile not stated).

32.

Belfast News-Letter, 3 December 1784. John Marshall and Robert Magill, assignees in the matter of John and Robert Boyd, bankrupts.

33.

Belfast News-Letter, 11 Jan 1785. "County of Armagh. To the Freeholders of the County of Armagh," re: parliamentary reform (including the names of John Marshall and Joseph Marshall).

34.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 379-3-249968: Marshall & another, assignees of Boyd, a Bankrupt, to Boyd (dated 29 March 1785; reg'rd 21 Feb 1786). Copy per FHL film no. 532577. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-01-14.

35.

Belfast News-Letter, 20 June 1786. Legal notice re: Richardson v. Roe (lease of house in Blackwatertown, held from John Marshall). Digital copy online at ancestry.ca (accessed by subscription). Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick.

36.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 425-290-277090: Richardson & others to Man (dated 8 Aug 1786; reg'rd 11 Sept 1790). Copy per FHL film no. 534691. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-01-27.

37.

(1) Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (Belfast). eCatalogue entry: "Mortgage from John Atkinson, Gent., of Aghory, Co. Armagh to John Marshall, merchant, of Blackwatertown, Co. Armagh, of 230A. 3R. 20P. of 'Aughorier', Co. Armagh. Consideration £700." PRONI ref. D2538/A/105. Online in the PRONI's eCatalogue, apps.proni.gov.uk (accessed 2015-06-27). (2) Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 370-393-252850: Atkinson to Marshall (dated 22 & 23 Aug 1786; reg'rd 12 Sept 1786). Copy per FHL film no. 532573. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-02-09.

38.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 382-232-254460: Marshall to Cummin (dated 1 Oct 1786; reg'rd 2 Jan 1787). Copy per FHL film no. 532579. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-01-27.

39.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 385-164-254680: Marshall to Linn (dated 15 Jan 1787; reg'rd 22 Jan 1787). Copy per FHL film no. 532580. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-01-27.

40.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 410-469-270142: Marshall & another to Richardson (dated 2 April 1787; reg'rd 29 July 1789). Copy per FHL film no. 534020. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-01-28.

41.

Belfast News-Letter, 16 Sept 1788. Legal notice re: Messrs. Bleakley, bankrupts (John Marshall of Blackwatertown, one of the assignees). Digital copy online at ancestry.ca (accessed by subscription). Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick.

42.

Belfast News-Letter, 8 May 1789. Advert re: dwelling house, with large tan-yard and warehouses, for let in Blackwatertown by John Marshall. Digital copy online at ancestry.ca (accessed by subscription). Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick.

43.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 410-174-269532: Lindsay & another to Thompson (dated 2 June 1789; reg'rd 30 June 1789). Copy per FHL film no. 534020. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-01-29.

44.

Belfast News-Letter, 9 June 1789. Advert re: dwelling house, with large tan-yard and warehouses, for let in Blackwatertown by John Marshall. Digital copy online at ancestry.ca (accessed by subscription). Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick.

45.

Belfast News-Letter, 9 June 1789. Legal notice David Bleakley, jun., bankrupt (John Marshall of Blackwatertown, impowered by the assignees). Digital copy online at ancestry.ca (accessed by subscription). Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick.

46.

Belfast News-Letter, 2 Oct 1789. Legal notice David Bleakley, jun., bankrupt (John Marshall of Blackwatertown, impowered by the assignees). Digital copy online at ancestry.ca (accessed by subscription). Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick.

47.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 415-200-273389: Falls & another to Marshall (dated 24 Dec 1789; reg'rd 9 Feb 1790). Copy per FHL film no. 534023. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-01-29.

48.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 383-416-254129: Leathly to Marshall (dated 5 Dec 1786; reg'rd 6 Dec 1786). Copy per FHL film no. 532579. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-01-30.

49.

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast. Armagh Diocesan Wills; Pre-1858 Wills and Admons. Joseph Marshall, Blackwatertown (1792-04-12 and 1795). Name Search facility online www.apps.proni.gov.uk (accessed 2014-03-19).

50.

Belfast News-Letter, 23 March 1793. Admission of Huggins Marshall of Blackwatertown an Attorney of his Majesty's Court of Exchequer. Digital copy online at ancestry.ca (accessed by subscription).

51.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 496-480-320152: Marshall to Hanna (dated 10 April 1793; reg'rd 12 Feb 1796). Copy per FHL film no. 535731. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-02-01.

52.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 506-195-328750: Marshall to Crothers (dated 13 April 1793; reg'rd 24 Jan 1797). Copy per FHL film no. 535731. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-02-01.

53.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 483-528-316889: Marshall to Marshall (dated 11 Sept 1795; reg'rd 17 Sept 1795). Copy per FHL film no. 545052. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-02-04.

54.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 497-31-317428: Marshall to Atkinson (dated 7 April 1793; reg'rd 29 Oct 1795). Copy per FHL film no. 535732. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-02-10.

55.

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast. eCatalogue entries: (i) Lease for 16 years from 1 Nov. 1795, of 10 acres, 1 rood, 10 perches and of 5 acres, 2 roods, 22 perches, Rent: £9.18.9 p.a. plus Fees between Rt Hon. Thomas Viscount Cremorne, Dawson's Grove, Monaghan and Joseph Marshall, Blackwatertown, Co. Armagh, for land at Blackwatertown, Co. Armagh and Crockenrow, Co. Armagh respectively. PRONI ref. D266/129. (ii) Lease for 16 years from 1 Nov. 1795, of 6 acres, 31 perches, Rent: £6.3.10½ p.a. plus Fees between Rt Hon. Thomas Viscount Cremorne, Dawson's Grove, Monaghan and Joseph Marshall, Blackwatertown, Co. Armagh, for land at Mullylegan, Co. Armagh. PRONI ref. D266/130. Online in the PRONI's eCatalogue, apps.proni.gov.uk (acccessed 2014-03-19).

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