1761-10-22: 235-186-153196: Ledlie to Gates and Browne

Source: Registry of Deeds, Ireland (Henrietta Street, Dublin). Memorial no. 235-186-153196: Ledlie to Gates & another (dated 22 October 1761; registered 26 November 1764). Microfilm copy held by the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. Archival ref. FHL film no. 461405; digital image online at www.familysearch.org. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2019-01-04. 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:

235-186-153196

[Title:] [1]
No. 153196. To the register appointed by Act of Parliament for Registring of All Deeeds Wills Conveyances & Soforth

[Notes in margin:]
Ledlie to Gates & ano'r [another] [2]
Reg'd the 26th day of Nov'r 1764 at 12 O'Clock at Noon

[Body of memorial:]
  A A Mem'l [Memorial] of an Indre [Indenture] or Article in writing bearing date the twenty Second day of October one thousand seven hundred and Sixty one and made between Tho's Ledlie of the City of Londonderry of the one part and Jn'o Gates & William Browne both of Stewardstown in the Co. of Tyrone of the other part [3]

… Whereby the said Thomas Ledlie did demise and Sett unto the said John Gates & W'm Browne all that the Haying and Lands that was then in their posson [possession] in as ample manner as same were Held and Enjoyed by Nicholas Gates Deced [Deceased]

… to hold from the said William Browne and John Gates from the first Day of May preceeding the date of said Indre for and During the Term and Time of Eight Years and also the natural Life of Joshua Ledlie of Ballygonny in the Co. of Londonderry which should Last longest they the said William Brown and John Gates paying yearly and every year unto the said Tho's Ledlie his Exors [Executors] Admors [Administrators] and Assigns the yearly rent or su of seventeen Pounds Ster. [Sterling] tog'r [together] with the Duties to which s'd Tho's Ledlie was subject by two Even and Equal portions on every first Day of November and first Day of May in w'ch [which] said Indre or Article are Cont'd [Contained] many other Clauses and Coven'ts [Covenants] as by the said Indre or Artile may more fully and [at] Large Appear

… which said Indre of Lease is witnessed by Gilbert Ledlie of Killin and Jn'o Robinson of Stewardstown both in the Co. of Tyrone Gent and this Mem'l is witnessed by the s'd G: Ledlie and by Westinra Cross of Killyman in said Co. of Tyrone Gent

     W'm Browne (seal)

… Signed and Sealed in presence of

     West'a Cross _
     G: Ledlie

… The above named Gilbert Ledlie maketh oath that he saw the Indre of Lease or Article of which the above writing is a mem'l duly Signed Sealed and Exed [Executed] by the above named Thomas Ledlie  W'm Brown [sic] and John Gates and sayth he is a subscrib'g witness to the above Mem'l and saw the same duly Signed and Sealed by the above named William Brown and Sayth that the name G: Ledlie Signed as a Witness to the said Indre or Mem'l is his this Dep'ts [Deponent's] proper hand writing

     G: Ledlie _

… Sworn before me at Stewardstown in the Co. of Tyrone the 31'st day of Oct'r 1764 by virtue of a Common [Commission] to me Directed for taking Affid'ts [Affidavits] in said County and I know the Dep't

     _ Geo. Cambel _

… Present:

     E'd Lill _
     And'w Stewart _
     Two of maties [majesty's] Justices of the Peace for
     said County

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