1747-10-12: 129-303-87151: Clark to Adair

Source: Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 129-303-87151: Clark to Adair & ors (dated 12 Oct 1747; reg'rd 1 Dec 1747). Copy per FHL film no. 522833. Transcribed and annotated by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-08-13. 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:

129-303-87151 clark to adair


[Title:]
[1]
No. 87151  To the Reg'r [Register] [2] appointed by Act of Parliament for Registring Deeds Wills Conveyances & Soforth

[Notes in margin:]
Clark to Adair & [--]rs
[3]
Reg'rd the 1'st day of Dec'r 1747 at 9 o' Clock in the Forenoon

[Body of memorial:]
  A Memorial of an Indented Deed of M'tGage [Mortgage] dated the Twelfth day of Oct'r One thousand seven hundred & forty seven & made Between John [sic] Clark of Maghera in the C'o of Londonderry Gent of the one p't [part] & James Adair of Belfast in the C'o of Antrim Gent of the other p't
[4]

... Reciting that Tho's Lord Bishop of Derry did by his Deed dated the twenty sixth day of June One thousand seven hundred & forty Demise unto Jackson [sic] Clark of Maghera afores'd The Towns & lands of Largantogher & Cregadick the lands of Tergartreevy & Cregmore [5] p't of the Pcinct [Precinct] Termon or Erenagh lands of Maghera, Except the p't then in the Poss'n [Possession] of M'r Mauleverer & the lands of Tysken [6] & Tyrenoney in the Par [Parish] of Killilagh the Townland of Mullagh in the Par of Termoneny & p't of the lands of Moneymore in y'e Par of Maghera w'th a Pportionable [Proportionable] p't of the Mill of Maghera & the lands & Tenem'ts thereto belonging  To have & to hold ^the same^ to the s'd Jackson [sic] Clark ^&^ his As's [Assigns] for the term of Twenty years

... And reciting that the s'd Jackson [sic] Clark by his Deed dated the Fourth day of Aug't One thousand seven hun'd & forty seven did Demise unto the s'd Jackson [sic] Clark All that the Tenem'ts in Maghera afores'd called the Hunters Tenem't & Garden & the Tenem't called the Well Tenem't  To have & to hold the same unto the s'd John [sic] Clarke & his Ass's for & during the Term of Twenty years

... & reciting that the s'd Jackson [sic] Clark by his Indre [Indenture] of Lease dated the Twenty sec'd [second] day of Sept'r One thous'd seven hund'd & thirty Eight demise unto Ja's Deniston of Maghera afores'd All that Pcell [Parcel] of land called the Forty Acres in the Town land of Moneymore & Mullagh  To have & to hold the s'd Prem's [Premises] w'th their Appurs [Appurtenances] unto the s'd Ja's Deniston & his Ass's from the first day of May then last past For the term of Twenty years,

... & Reciting that the most Rev'd father in God John Lord Archbishop of Armagh & Primate of All Ireland by his Indre of Lease Dated the Sixteenth day of Nov'r One thous'd seven hund'd & forty three Demise & set unto Gilb't Ledlie of Carnon [Carnan] in the C'o of Tyrone Gent All that & those the lands of Leighmurne [Legmurn] in the Terrytory [sic] of Ballyclogge  Tirkvallan als [alias] Trickvallen als Tire M'c Vallen als Tirevickallen in the Territory of Ardboy [Arboe]  Maghermore als Killen & also one third p't of Lisseclare als Kilclare lying & being in the Territory of Clonoe & all in the C'o of Tyrone  To have & to hold the same w'th the Appurs unto the s'd Gilb't Ledlie his Ex'rs [Executors] Adm'rs [Administrators] & Ass's from the first day of Nov'r then Inst't [Instant] for the term of Twenty one Years

... And reciting that Tho's Morris Jones of Moneyglass Esq'r by his Indre of Lease bearing date the Twenty first day of Jan'y One thousand seven hundred & forty two did Demise unto Philip Morris of Turkvallen in the Bar [Barony] of Dungannon in the C'o of Tyrone Gent All that the Town & lands of Legmarne [Legmurn] And all that part of the Town & lands of Mullaghrim then in the Poss'n of the s'd Philip Morris & his Underten'ts Situate in the Par of Ballyclogg & C'o of Tyrone afores'd  To have & to hold the s'd Premes w'th the Appurs unto the s'd Philip Morris his Ex'rs Adm'rs & Ass's from the first day of Nov'r then last past into the full end & term of Twenty one years

... And also reciting that W'm Lord Visc't [Viscount] M't joy  Arthur Hill & Henry Brooke Esq'r by their Indre of Lease by them duly Executed did Demise unto Jo'n Ledlie of Carnan in the Par of Ardboy & C'o of Tyrone Gent All that Pcell of land being the one full half of the Town & lands known by the name of Aghadrumderrig [parish of Clonoe] Cont'g [Containing] Seventy nine Acres two Roods plant'n measure [7]  To have & to hold the same unto the s'd John Ledlie his Ex'rs Adm'rs & Ass's from the first day of Nov'r then past for the Term of Twenty one years

... And also reciting that W'm late Lord Visc't M't Joy now Earl of Blessington by his Deed dated some time in Nov'r One thous'd seven hundred & thirty nine did Demise unto the s'd Gilb't Ledlie the lands of Agherum for the term of Thirty one years

... And also reciting that all the afores'd & before ment'd [mentioned] lands & Premes w'th their & Every of their Appurs are by Pper [Proper] Conveyances & Assignm'ts in the law become the property & of R't [Right] to belong to the s'd Jo'n Clark party thereto

... Then the s'd Indre Witnesseth that the s'd John Clark being Indebted unto Pat'k Adair & Rob't Jackson of the City of London Merc'ts [Merchants] in Sum of Eight hundred Pounds Ster

... in Consid'n [Consideration] of the Premes & w'th an Intent to Secure the s'd Sum of Eight hundred Pounds to the s'd Ja's Adair & also of y'e fur'r [further] Consid'n of the Sum of Five Shill's [Shillings] to him in hand p'd by the s'd Ja's Adair the Rec't [Receipt] whereof he the s'd John Clark doth thereby acknow'ge [acknowledge]

... Hath Granted Bargained Sold Assigned Transferred & made over unto the s'd Ja's Adair All that & those the above & before ment'd lands & Premes w'th their & every of their R'ts [Rights] Members & Appurs Situate As afores'd

... To have & to hold all & Sing'r [Singular] the s'd Granted & Bargained Premes w'th their & Every of their R'ts Members & App'rs [Appurtenances] unto the s'd Ja's Adair his Ex'rs Adm'rs & Ass's for all such Term & Terms of years then to Come & unexp'd [unexpired] of the s'd sev'l [several] terms or any of them respectively

... And also for such other or further Term or Terms of years as shall or may hereafter from time to time by virtue of any Cov'ts [Covenants] of Renewall or otherwise howsoever be had or obt'd [obtained] of the s'd lands & premes or any of them

... Subject nevertheless to Redemption by him the s'd John Clark on paym't of the s'd Sum of Eight hundred Pounds w'th all Int't [Interest] & Costs that shall be due thereon in w'ch [which] s'd Deed there are sev'l other usual and Customary Clauses as by the s'd Deed relation being thereto had may appear

... Which s'd Deed was Pfected [Perfected] by the s'd John Clark & Ja's Adair in Psence [Presence] of Rob't Legg of Belfast in the C'o of Antrim Gent & John Kane of Maghera in the C'o of Londonderry Gent & this Mem'l [Memorial] is Witnessed by the s'd Rob't Legg & ^by^ [8] Rob't Alderdice his Clk [Clerk]

     __ James Adair (seal) __

... Signed & Sealed in Presence of

     Rob't Legg __  Rob't Aldrich [sic] __

... The above named Rob't Legg maketh Oath that he is a Subscr'g [Subscribing] Witness to the Deed whereof the above is a Mem'l that he saw the same duly Pfected by the s'd John Clark & James Adair & also Saw the s'd Ja's Adair Sign this Mem'l & that the name Rob't Legg Subscr'd as a Witness to the s'd Deed & this Mem'l is this Dep'ts [Deponent's] proper hand writ'g

     __ Rob't Legg __

... Sworn before me at Belfast in the C'o of Antrim this 10'th day of Nov'r 1747 by virtue of a Commion [Commission] to me Directed & I know the Dep't

     __ John Campbell __

... Witness present

     __ Marg et'n [sic] Saunders [-]ov'n
     __ Ar [Arthur] Byrtt __

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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.

[-] signifies an illegible character.

4.

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

5.

Largantogher, Craigadick, and Craighmore townlands are in the parish of Maghera. Tergotreevy may have referred to Falgortrevy townland in the same parish.

6.

Probably Tirkane.

7.

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.

8.

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.

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