1748-02-04: 134-164-90437: Clark to Stephenson

Source: Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 134-164-90437: Clark to Stevenson & another (dated 4 Feb 1748, reg'd 9 Feb 1748). Copy per FHL film no. 522836. Transcribed and annotated by Alison Kilpatrick, 2016-06-26, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2016-08-14. 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:

134-164-90437 clark to stevenson

[Title:] [1]
No. 90437 : To the Register appointed by act of Parliament for Registring Deeds will [sic] Conveyances and soforth

[Notes in margin:]
Clark to Stevenson & an'r
[2]
Reg'rd the 9'th day of Feb'ry 1748 at Six o'Clock in the after Noon

[Body of memorial:]
  A Memorial of an Assignm't or Indorsement of a Deed of Sale bearing date the Fourth day of Feb'ry one thous'd seven hun'd Forty Eight made between John Clark of Maghera in the C'o of Londonderry Gent of the one Part & John & Robert Stevenson of Killyfady in the C'o of Armagh of the other Part
[3]

... whereas Charles Eccles High Sheriff of the C'o of Tyrone did by his Deed of Sale bearing date the Twenty Second day of March one thous'd Seven hun'd & Forty five in virtue of his said office a Sheriff Bargain Grant & Sell unto the said John Clark his Ex'rs [Executors] Adm'rs [Administrators] & ass's [assigns] all the Estate right Title and Interest of Gilbert Ledlie of Carnon [sic] in the said C'o Gent of and to the Town and Lands of Legmurn   Tirevallan  Killeen & a third part of the Lands of Lisclare otherwise called Killclare & also the Lands of Aghrumdirig [4] all w'ch Lands are Situate in the B'[-] [Barony] [5] of Dungnannon & C'o of Tyrone afores'd [aforesaid]

... To have and to Hold all & Singular the s'd premes [premises] w'th the appurts: [appurtenances] unto the said John Clark his Ex'rs Adm'rs & Ass's from the day of the date of the s'd Indre [Indenture] for and during all the rest residue & rem'r [remainder] of such Term & Terms of years and Right of Renewals thereof as the said Gilbert Ledly [sic] had in the said premes by virtue of any Lease or Leases thereof made to him theretofore

... by w'ch said assignment the said John Clark did Bargain Sell & Sett over unto the said John & Robert Stevenson all his Estate right Title & Interest in the said Lands & premes with their appurtenances Except the s'd Lands of Aghrundirig

... To have and to Hold the said premes with the appurts unto the s'd Jn'o & Robert Stevenson their Ex'rs Adm'rs and ass's for & during the rest residue & rem'r of the Term & Terms of years Right of renew'l [renewal] or otherwise howsoever of the said John Clark in the said premes

... w'ch said Assignment is witness'd by Jackson Clark of Maghera afores'd Gent and James Stevenson of Kilifady [Killyfaddy] afores'd Gent. and John Kane of the City of Dublin Gent and this Mem'l [Memorial] is witnessed by the said John Kane and Rich'd Hughes of the City Vintner

     __ Rob: Stevenson (seal) __

... Witness present Jn'o Kane __ Rich'd Hughes __

... The above named Jn'o Kane maketh oath & Saith he is a subscribing witness to the assignm't whereof the above is a Mem'l & that he saw the same duly Executed by the s'd Jn'o Clark and Robert Stevenson and this Mem'l perfected by the said Rob't Stevenson & saith that the name John Kane subscribed as a witness to the said Assignm't & Mem'l is this Deponents name and and [sic] hand writing and the s'd Assignm't & this Mem'l was Deliv'd [Delivered] to James Saunders Dep. Reg'r [Deputy Register] on at or near the hour of Six oClock in the afternoon of the Ninth day of Februrary 1748

     __ Jn'o Kane __

... Sworn the 9'th of February 1749 before

     __ 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.

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

4.

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

5.

[-] indicates an illegible character.

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