James Templeton of Stewartstown (d.1757)

(biographical sketch pending)

Timeline:

  • 1710-08-01: Memorial no. 48-538-32521 – James Templeton of Stewartstown, Gent., was one of the witnesses to an indenture of lease given by Lord Charlemont to James Gibson, yeoman, in the parish of Ballyclog, county Tyrone. [30]
  • 1724-11-13: Memorial no. 50-499-33991 – a lease granted by John Houston of Castle Stewart to James Templeton for a messuage or tenement, with a garden and two roods of meadow near the lough (probably Creeve Lough), and a portion of moss, all in Stewartstown. The term of three lives, with renewals, included James Templeton, his wife Margaret née Stevenson (daughter of Capt. James Stevenson), and their daughter, Jane. Other names included the witnesses: James Stevenson, John Bryan, and Samuel Sharp, all merchants of Stewartstown, and Charles Church of Dublin. [1]
    • Discussion – John Bryan may have been brother in law to James Templeton. Mr. Bryan's wife, Mary alias Tomplton, died on the 18th June 1754, aged 68 years. John Bryan himself died on the 18th November 175?9, aged 81 years. [2]
  • 1724-11-13: Memorial no. 51-359-33990 – an indented lease granted by John Houston, of Castle Stewart, to James Templeton of 20-1/2 acres (Scots measure) [3] in Drumnagullion townland, parish of Donaghenry, for a term of thirty-one years, with a clause of renewal. Mr. Houston retained rights of fishing, fowling, hunting, cutting, quarrying, and all other royalties, with rights of ingress, egress, and regress. [4]
  • 1725-11-14: Memorial no. 51-360-33992 – an indented deed, whereby John Houston of Castlestewart granted to James Templeton, of Stewartstown, leases in Drumnagullion (10 acres, Scots measure) [3] and Tamnylennan (1 acre, Scots measure), both in the parish of Donaghenry; term of thirty-one years. Mr. Houston reserved rights to all mines, minerals, and other royalties, and also required two days' work annually from a labouring man or one shilling in lieu. [5]
  • 1727-01-22: Memorial no. 55-266-36865 – James Templeton of Stewartstown, merchant, was one of the witnesses to deeds of lease and release executed by George Stewart of Omagh, and Robert Stewart of Carland, parish of Donaghmore (both of the county Tyrone), regarding Strews townland in the parish of Kildress. [31]
  • 1727-02-03: Memorial no. 55-363-37306 – an indenture of lease from William Morris Jones, of Moneyglass, to James Templeton, re: 110 acres in Drummond and 33 acres in Carlenan alias Killymuck (formerly in the parishes of Desertcreat and Donaghmore, respectively, but in modern times, of the parish of Pomeroy). Mr. Morris Jones reserved all rights of mines, quarries, woods, fishing, hunting, &c., with liberty of ingress and egress. Term of three lives: James Templeton himself, his wife Margaret Templeton alias Stevenson, and his daughter, Jane, with a clause of renewal. One of the witnesses to the Memorial was William Stevenson, James' brother in law.[6]
  • 1727-06-01: Memorial no. 55-363-37305 – an indented deed of annuity from James Young, sen., his wife Jane Young alias Creighton, and his son James Young, jun., to James Templeton of Stewartstown, re: rent charges ensuing from Lisnanean townland in the parish of Desertcreat. One of the witnesses to the Memorial was William Stevenson, James' brother in law. [7]
    • Related deed: Mem. no. 81-547-58709 (1736-05-24 & 25), below.
  • 1729?-09-13? – Death of Margrat Templeton alias Stevenson (age 22? years), wife of James Templeton. Margrat's body lies buried in the churchyard of St Patrick's in Stewartstown. [2]
  • 1730?-02-26: Death of John Templeton, age one year, son of James Templeton and Margaret Stevenson. [2]
  • 1733-07-31: James Templeton of Stewartstown executed a lease with David Sooter for lives renewable of 50 acres in Drumad or Drumard [Drummond] alias Killymuck, lying in the parishes of Desertcreaght and Donaghmore, now in the parish of Pomeroy. [8]
    ☛ The lives included in the terms of the lease included Margaret and Mary, daughters of James Templeton.
    ☛ Mr. Templeton appointed William Templeton of Stewartstown, Merchant, to act as his attorney to enter the premises, if necessary.
  • 1734-01-03: Memorial no. 86-428-61091 – James Templeton was one of the witnesses to the last will and testament of John Houston of Castlestewart.[9]
  • 1734-02-08: Memorial no. 76-442-55292 – a deed of lease granted by John Houston of Castlestewart, Esq., to James Templeton of several holdings in Stewartstown, Drumagullion, and Tamylennan, all in the parish of Donaghenry, for a term of three lives, with a clause of renewal. [10]
    • Discussion – This memorial provides valuable genealogical information about the Templeton family of Stewartstown, viz.—first, that John Templeton, also of Stewartstown and a Merchant, lately deceased, was the father of James; and second, by virtue of their names given as two of three lives defining the term of the lease (though renewable), James had two daughters: Jane, age fifteen years (born c.1719), and Margaret, age twelve (born c.1722).
  • 1735-08-09: Memorial no. 194-325-129666 – a marriage article drawn up between James Templeton of Stewartstown and Mrs. Mary Rainey alias Jackson, widow of Robert Rainey of Kilbegs in county Antrim—whereby Mr. Templeton placed his leaseholds in Stewartstown, Tamylennan, and Drumnagullion in trust to John Bryan of Stewartstown, merchant, and George Jackson of Steeple, county Antrim. This assignment was made without impeachment of waste to Mr. Templeton, and to provide a jointure or annuity of £30 per annum to his wife should she survive him—in which event, she would enjoy her late husband's dwelling house during the time of her widowhood or until her eldest son arrived at the age of twenty-one years. Mr. Templeton also agreed to settle as much as £500 upon the younger children of the marriage by his last will and testament. [11]
    ☛ This Memorial was registered on the 30th September 1758, more than nine months after James Templeton's death.
  • 1736-05-24 & 25: Memorial no. 81-547-58709 – deeds of lease and release between James Young and John Young of Lisnane in the parish of Desertcreaght and James Templeton whereby, for the consideration of £293 paid by the latter to Messrs. Young, James Templeton into possession of the townland of Lisnane, subject to a clause of redemption. [12]
    • Related deed: Mem. no. 55-363-37305 (1727-06-01), above.
  • 1736: James Templeton issued a 2d (tuppence) copper token, engraved with "I promise to pay the bearer." According to Robert Heslip, Assistant Keeper in the Department of Local History in the Ulster Museum (with special responsibility for the numismatic collections, "Tokens were metallic promissory notes, conventionally of low value, in practice of doubtful legality, and a substitute for what the government should have- but frequently did not -provide, viz., a plentiful supply of small change." Twenty-eight such tokens are known to have survived, one of which was James Templeton's. The British Numismatic Journal states that this token "illustrated a market house, unlikely to be Stewartstown itself but an indication of mercantile trade, probably in linen." [13]
  • 1740-01-22: Memorial no. 107-210-73872 – an indented deed whereby, for the consideration of £300 given by John Stewart of Ballymenagh, James Templeton would pay a rent charge of £18 per annum—said sums to issue from the townlands of Killoon and Curglassan in the parish of Ballyclog, and Killary, and Aghagranagh in the parish of Clonoe—with a clause of redemption. [14]
  • 1740-12-09: Memorial no. 115-146-79952 – an indenture of lease granted by James Templeton to Adam Forman of Stewartstown, re: a messuage or tenement in the town, with backside, garden, and proportions of moss. Amongst other things, the lessee was obliged to build a dwelling house, barn, stable, and still house, to grind all the grain used on the premises at the mill of the Manor of Castlestewart, and to pay the Seneschal "the usual & accustomed Fine." The term set for the lease was for three lives or fifty-one years, whichever was of the longest continuance. [15]
    ☛ James Templeton's daughter, Allice, was named as one of the three lives.
  • 1742-05-13: Memorial no. 124-337-84919 – a deed poll in which John Hamilton of Mountjoy and his eldest son, Charles, acknowledged a debt owing to James Templeton in the amount of £486. The Messrs. Hamilton agreed to repay this sum by an annuity of £29 9s. 2p. out of the rents issuing from their leaseholds in Brigh and Gortnaskea (parish of Ballyclog), and Aughagalla and Lisaclare (parish of Clonoe), with an interest rate of £6 per £100 per annum. [16]
    • Discussion – The deed poll does not indicate whether the annuity was computed using a simple or compounded interest rate of 6% per annum. Either way, the annuity barely covered the interest expense.
  • 1743-10-20: Memorial no. 110-344-77808 – an indented deed executed between James Templeton and Capt. James McNoe, of Derrycreevy, very similar to (if not exactly the same as) Memorial no. 107-210-73872, above—except that the amount given by Capt. McNoe was £350, and the resulting annuity, £20. This memorial recites the deed granted by the Lord Primate of Ireland to James Templeton for these lands on 27 September 1743. [17]
  • 1744-07-31: Memorial no. 115-291-80486 – a deed of mortgage whereby John Hamilton of Mountjoy, Esq., granted the lease and lands in Aughrimderg, parish of Clonoe, to James Templeton. The deed included a condition of redemption on payment by Mr. Hamilton of £80 4s. [18]
    • Discussion – Two of the witnesses were John Speer of Belnasaggart, or Ballysaggart, in the parish of Donaghmore, and Henry Speer, whose domicile was not stated. The relationship, if any, between the Speers of that parish and the Speers of Stewartstown and the parish of Donaghenry, has not been determined.
  • 1746-10-19: The PRONI holds a draft indenture of a seven-year lease, granted by James Templeton to David McMaster of Curglassan, parish of Ballyclog; renewable every seven years or so often as the grand lease was renewed with the Archbishop of Armagh. [19]
  • 1746-11-12: Memorial no. 193-12-126818 – a deed of mortgage whereby, for the consideration of £140, James Templeton assigned his leashold in Drummond and Curlonan in the parish of Pomeroy, to Robert Edmond of Donaghrisk, county Tyrone. The sum was to be repaid by the 1st May 1748, else the lease would fall to Mr. Edmond. [20]
    ☛ This deed was registered at the end of the month in which James Templeton died—probably in anticipation of the settlement of his estate.
  • 1748-05-02: Memorial no. 185-381-123515 – an indented deed of lease granted by James Templeton to William Richardson, both of Stewartstown, of a messuage or half-tenement in Stewartstown with the dwelling house, back houses, garden, and backside, with a proportion of moss (turf) in Drumnagullion townland—for a term of three lives. [21]
    ☛ The lives included those of Mr. Templeton, and his daughters, Jane Templeton and Margaret Templeton.
  • 1749-08-07: Memorial no. 135-512-92449 – an indenture of lease granted by James Templeton to Elizabeth Ross orse McNoe, relict of Andrew Ross, for the one-half townland of Killoon in the parish of Ballyclog, for a term of fourteen years, with a clause for renewal. [22]
  • 1750-01-05: Memorial no. 146-251-97499 – a deed of mortgage between Joseph McNoe of Derrycreevy, the mortgagor, and James Templeton, the mortgagee, in the amount of £800—secured by Mr. Templeton's leaseholds in Curglassan, Killoon, and Tillira townlands in the parish of Ballyclog and the one-third part of Lisaclare townland in the parish of Clonoe. Mr. Templeton held these lands from the Archbishop of Armagh. The deed executed with Mr. McNoe included a clause of redemption. [23]
    • Discussion – The memorial cites the date for the lease agreement between the Archbishop and James Templeton as the 28th August 1750...which could only have been the case if the agreement were signed in advance.
  • 1750-05-30: Memorial no. 192-75-126644 – a deed of lease granted by James Templeton to Thomas Seatton in a farm comprising twenty-four acres in Drumand, parish of Donaghmore, for a term of three lives and with a clause of renewal. [24]
    ☛ The three lives included that of James Templeton and those of his daughters, Margaret and Mary—the latter of whom may have been a child of James' second marriage, to Mary Jackson.
  • 1751-07-05: Memorial no. 192-73-126624 – a deed of lease granted by James Templeton to William Willson of a parcel of land in Corglasson then in Mr. Willson's possession, for a term of seven years, with a clause of renewal corresponding to the renewal of the lease held by Mr. Templeton (or his heirs or assigns) with the Archbishop of Armagh. [25]
  • 1756-03-26: Memorial no. 182-226-120750 – an indented deed whereby James Stevenson the younger of Stewartstown, the heir of James Stevenson the elder, his grandfather, renewed a lease with James Templeton in a house, tenement, and garden described as, "being Thirty & Eight feet Fronting the Market Place in the said Town & one hun'd & Thirty Five feet Fronting the Street or Lane on the left hand leading from the Market place to the Glass House then Standing near the said Town"—for a further term of thirty years.  [26]
    • This deed recited the first lease that had been granted by James Stevenson the elder to James Templeton, dated 18 May 1711, and an indorsement on that lease, dated 4 October 1725, Mr. Stevenson extended the lease for thirty years.
    • One of the witnesses to the deed was William Templeton of Stewartstown.
    • James Stevenson the elder had been James Templeton's father-in-law.
  • 1756-08-06: Memorial no. 188-360-126000 – a deed of mortgage whereby, for the consideration of £100, James Templeton granted to John Heather of Armagh, the house, tenement, and garden with 38 feet fronting the Market Place in Stewartstown and 135 feet on the street or lane on the left hand side leaving the market place to the Glass House—with a clause of redemption, with interest and costs, by the first of September next ensuing. [27]
    ☛ James Templeton held these premises by lease from James Stevenson: see the entry under date, 1756-03-26, above.
  • 1757-12-02: Memorial no. 190-231-126570 – a deed of mortgage executed by James Templeton with William Lynd of Stewartstown, surgeon, who stood bound for Mr. Templeton's debts, viz., £300 to William Templeton, £300 to William Holmes of Donaghmore, and £100 to Sarah Ferguson, widow—whereby for the consideration of 5s., Mr. Templeton conveyed his leaseholds in Stewartstown and neighbourhood to Mr. Lynd, with a clause of redemption upon payment, with interest and costs, by the first day of January next ensuing. [28]
    ☛ James Templeton held leases from the Lord Primate of All Ireland (Church of Ireland) and James Stevenson, merchant.
  • 1757-12-04: Death of James Templeton of Stewartstown, aged 74 years.[2]
  • 1760-10-17: Memorial no. 212-1-137262 – an indented deed of conveyance executed between the Rev. and Hon. Charles Caulfeild of Castlestewart, the Rev. Thomas Staples, Robert Robinson of Stewartstown and his wife Ann otherwise Templeton, Elizabeth Templeton and Eleanor Templeton, spinsters, Robert Robinson linen draper and his wife Armanella otherwise Templeton, of the one part, and the Hon. John Caulfeild of Castlestewart, of the other part—whereby, as trustees nominated in the last will and testament of James Templeton, Charles Caulfeild and Thomas Staples, for the consideration of £900, conveyed to John Caulfeild a series of messuages, tenements, gardens, and small acreages in Stewartstown and in Drumagullion and Tamylennan townlands—saving out of the profit rents the annual sum of £30 for James' widow, Mary Templeton. [29]
    ☛ The Memorial mentions that the only surviving life in the leases recited was that of Jane Templeton.
    ☛ Also cited was the name of John Templeton, as one of the occupiers in a tenament in Stewartstown.
    ☛ Unfortunately, this Memorial does not clarify the relationships of any of these Templetons, except for Jane. Are they children of James with his second wife, Mary? So many of James' children having died, were they his nieces and nephews??
    Why was James' daughter, Jane, not cited as a legatee?? Very likely, James made other provisions for Jane in his will.
  • 1781-03-03: Death of Mary Templeton alias Jackson, aged 74 years, second wife to James Templeton. [2]
  • ... more calendar entries are pending ...

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Sources and notes:

1.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 50-499-33991: John Houston of Castlestewart to James Templeton of Stewartstown (dated 13 Nov 1724, reg'rd 16 Feb 1726). Copy per FHL film no. 461327. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-07-23.

2.

Mayes, Frank, Aidian Fee, and James Glendinning. “St. Patrick’s Church, Stewartstown: Gravestone transcriptions.” The Bell: Journal of the Stewartstown and District Local History Society. No. 9 (2003).

3.

Acreages were usually stated in terms of English (Statute), Irish (Plantation), or Scots (Cunningham) measures. An Irish acre = 1.62 statute acres, and a Cunningham acre = 1.3 statute acres.

4.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 51-359-33990: Houston to Templeton (dated 13 Nov 1724, reg'rd 16 Feb 1726). Copy per FHL film no. 461327. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-07-24.

5.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 51-360-33992: Houston to Templeton (dated 14 Nov 1725, reg'rd 16 Feb 1726). Copy per FHL film no. 461327. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-07-24.

6.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 55-363-37305: Young et al to Templeton (dated 1 June 1727; reg'rd 4 April 1728). Copy per FHL film no. 461329. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-07-28.

7.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 55-363-37306: Morris Jones to Templeton (dated 3 Feb 1727; reg'rd 4 April 1728). Copy per FHL film no. 461329. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-07-28.

8.

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast. James Templeton of Stewartstown to David Sooter of Drummond (Drumad or Drumard), county Tyrone, a lease for lives renewable of fifty acres, rental £11 5s 0d; dated 31 July 1733. PRONI ref. T877/41.

9.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 86-248-61091: Will of John Houston of Castlestewart. Extract by Shirley Walsh, and posted to http://genforum.genealogy.com/templeton/messages/1800.html, 2011-11-18 (accessed 2014-04-11).

10.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 76-442-55292: Houston to Templeton (dated 8 Feb 1734; reg'rd 15 Feb 1734). Copy per FHL film no. 461340. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-07-31.

11.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 194-325-129666: Templeton to Ryan [or Bryan] & another (dated 9 Aug 1735; reg'rd 30 Sept 1758). Copy per FHL film no. 461384. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-10-05.

12.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 81-547-58709: Young et al to Templeton (dated 24 & 25 May 1736; reg'rd 8 June 1736). Copy per FHL film no. 522816. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-08-03.

13.

Heslip, Robert. “Edward Smyth, M.P. for Lisburn 1740-60: His Token.” Originally published in the Lisburn Historical Society Journal (Vol. VII), ed. by Eileen Black; posted online to the lisburn.com web site http://www.lisburn.com/books/historical_society/volume7/volume7-6.html (accessed 2014-03-28). Also, The British Numismatic Journal, Vol. LXII (1993), pg. 171.

14.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 107-210-73872: Templeton to Stewart (dated 22 Jan 1740; reg'rd 10 May 1742). Copy per FHL film no. 522822. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-08-05.

15.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 115-146-79952: Templeton to Forman (dated 9 Dec 1740; reg'rd 12 Nov 1744). Copy per FHL film no. 522827. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-08-07.

16.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 124-337-84919: Hamilton & Son to Templeton (dated 13 May 1742; reg'rd 16 Jan 1746). Copy per FHL film no. 522830. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-08-10.

17.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 110-344-77808: Templeton to McNoe (dated 20 Oct 1743; reg'rd 26 Nov 1743). Copy per FHL film no. 522824. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-08-05.

18.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 115-291-80486: Hamilton to Templeton (dated 31 July 1744; reg'rd 26 Jan 1744). Copy per FHL film no. 522827. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-08-07.

19.

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast. Templeton to McMaster. PRONI ref. D1140/73. From the PRONI's online catalogue, www.apps.proni.gov.uk (accessed 2014-04-11).

20.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 193-12-126818: Templeton to Edmond (dated 11 Dec 1746; reg'rd 30 Dec 1757). Copy per FHL film no. 461383. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-10-05.

21.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 185-381-123515: Templeton to Richardson (dated 2 May 1748; reg'rd 9 Feb 1757). Copy per FHL film no. 461379. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-10-02.

22.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 135-512-92449: Templeton to Ross or McNoe (dated 7 Aug 1749; reg'rd 3 Nov 1749). Copy per FHL film no. 461352. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-08-15.

23.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 146-251-97499: Templeton to McNoe (dated 5 Jan 1750; reg'rd 29 Jan 1750). Copy per FHL film no. 461354. Transcribed and annotated by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-08-17.

24.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 192-75-126644: Templeton to Seatton (dated 30 May 1750; reg'rd 14 Dec 1757). Copy per FHL film no. 461383. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-10-04.

25.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 192-73-126624: Templeton to Willson (dated 5 July 1751; reg'rd 12 Dec 1757). Copy per FHL film no. 461383. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-10-04.

26.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 182-266-120750: Stevenson to Templeton (dated 26 Mar 1756; reg'rd 10 May 1756). Copy per FHL film no. 461379. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-09-29.

27.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 188-360-126000: Templeton to Heather (dated 6 Aug 1756; reg'rd 7 Nov 1757). Copy per FHL film no. 461381. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-10-03.

28.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 190-231-126570: Templeton to Lynd (dated 2 Dec 1757; reg'rd 7 Dec 1757). Copy per FHL film no. 461382. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-10-04.

29.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 212-1-137262: Caulfield & others to Caulfield (dated 17 Oct 1760; reg'rd 18 Nov 1760). Copy per FHL film no. 461393. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-10-16.

30.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 48-538-32521: Caulfield to Gibson (dated 1 August 1710; reg’rd 10 August 1726). Digital image online at familysearch.org per FHL film no. 522814; indexed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-05-18.

31.

Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 55-266-36865: Stewart to Stewart (dated 22 & 23 January 1727; reg’rd 8 February 1727). Digital image online at familysearch.org per FHL film no. 461329; indexed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2017-06-07.

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