1745-03-22: 124-47-83731: Sheriff of co. Tyrone to Clark

Source: Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 124-47-83731: Sheriff of the County of Tyrone to Clark (dated 22 Mar 1745; reg'rd 26 June 1746). Copy per FHL film no. 522830. Transcribed and annotated by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-08-09. Please cite your sources.

Footnotes have been inserted by the transcriber and are hyperlinked to the Transcriber's notes section at the end of this transcript.

Transcription:

124-47-83731 sheriff co tyrone to clark


[Title:]
[1]
No. 83731 : To the Register appointed by Act of Parliament for Registring Deeds Wills Conveyances & Soforth

[Notes in margin:]
Sherriff [sic] of the County of Tyrone to Clark
Reg'rd [2] the 26'th ^Day^ [3] of June 1746 at 6 oClock in the Afternoon

[Body of memorial:]
  A Memorial of an Indented Deed dated the Twenty Second day of March One Thous'd Seven hundred & Forty Five [4]


... whereby Charles Eccles Esq'r Sherriff of the County of Tyrone did in virtue of his ^said^ Office and of a Fieri facias [5] to him directed Issued out of the Court of Exchequer at the suit of Ja's Kerr of Tullydraw Chirurgeon [Surgeon] in the County of Tyrone for the levying of the Goods & Chattles of Gilbert Ledlie of Carnan in the County of Tyrone in Consider'n [Consideration] of the sum of Four hun'd pounds to him in hand paid as Much as in him lies Bargain Grant Sell Assign & Set over unto John Clark of Maghera in the County of Londonderry Gent. his Ex'rs [Executors] Adm'rs [Administrators] & Ass' [Assigns]

... all the Estate right Title & Interest of him the said Gilbert Ledlie of in and to ^the Town and Lands of^ Legmurn Tirvallan Killin & the Third part of Lisclare [6] w'ch Lands are Seituate in the Barony of Dungannon & County of Tyrone  Together with the lands of Aghromdirrig [7] Seituate in the Barony and County afores'd  To have & to Hold [--][8] said lands & premes [premises] unto the said John Clark his Ex'rs ^and^ Adm'rs & Ass' from the day of the date of the said Indre [Indenture] for and during the residue of Such Term & Terms of years as the said Gilb't Ledlie had of the said Premisses

... Which said Indented Deed is Witnessed by John Kane of the City of Dublin Gent & Daniel Hanly Clke [Clerk] to George Lendrum near Trellick in the County of Tyrone Gent and this Mem'l [Memorial] is Witnessed by the said John Kane and Jackson Clark of Maghera in the said County of London Derry Gent

     Jn'o CLark (seal) __

... Witness[es] present

     __ Jn'o Kane __ Jackson Clark __

... The above named John Kane maketh Oath that he is a Subscr'g [Subscribing] Witness to the Indented Deed whereof the above writing is a Mem'l & that he saw the same duly Executed by George Lendrum Sub Sheriff to the above named Cha's Eccles ^for and^ on behalf of the said Charles Eccles & John Clark & also that he saw the s'd John Clark duly Execute the above Mem'l & that the name John Kane Subscr'd as Witness to each of them is this Dep'ts [Deponent's] proper hand writing is this Dep'ts proper hand writing [sic] & that the s'd Deed & Mem'l were Deliv'd [Delivered] to James Saunders Dep Reg'r [Deputy Register] on the 26'th day of June 1746 at or near Six o'Clock in the Afternoon

     __ Jn'o Kane __

... Sworn before me 26'th of June 1746

     __ James Saunders Dep Reg'r

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Transcriber's notes:

1.

The transcriber's comments or editing marks are enclosed [within square brackets].

2.

An apostrophe indicates that the letter or letters following were raised, or written in superscript, in the original text.

3.

A word or words appearing within caret marks as in, ^text^, denotes text that was inserted above a line, with a caret mark underneath, in the original text.

4.

This transcript includes paragraph breaks whereas the original text appears as one paragraph without any indentation.

5.

Fieri facias, A judicial writ of execution, that lies where judgment is had for debt or damages recovered in the king's courts; by which writ the sheriff is commanded to levy the debt and damages of the goods and chattels of the defendant, &c. ... This writ is to be sued out within a year and a day after judgment; or the judgment must be revived by acire facias; ... Source: Tomlins, Thomas Edlyne. The Law-Dictionary: explaining the Rise, Progress, and Present State, of the English Law, &c. Vol. III. New York and Philadelphia: I. Riley, 1811 (pg. 43).

6.

Legmurn, parish of Ballyclog; Trickvallan, parish of Arboe; and Lisaclare and Killeen, parish of Clonoe.

7.

Aughrimderg, parish of Clonoe.

8.

[-] signifies an illegible character.

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