1772-08-19: 289-567-192610: Huggins and Thompson

Source: Registry of Deeds, Ireland (Henrietta Street, Dublin). Memorial no. 289-567-192610: John Huggins of Glenarb, parish of Aghaloo, co. Tyrone, to James Thompson of Creevelough, parish of Aghaloo (dated 19 August 1772, registered 22 August 1772). Extract by Alison Kilpatrick from the microfilm copy held by the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (Belfast), November 2003. Transcript made from the microfilm copy held by the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (FHL film no. 531662); transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to irishdeedsindex.net, 9 June 2019. Please cite your sources.

289-567-192610

Transcript:

[Title:] [1]
No. 192610 To the reg'r [registrar] [2] app'd [appointed] by act of Parliament for Reg'g [Registering] Deeds & Soforth

[Notes in margin:]
Huggins to Thompson
Reg'd 22'd Aug't 1772 at 8 in the afternoon [sic]

[Body of memorial:]
  A Memorial of a Maraige [sic] Article bearing date the nineteenth day of August One thousand Seven hundred and seventy two Between James Thompson of Creevelough in the County of Tyrone and Jane his daughter of the one part and John Huggins of Glenorbe in s'd County of the Other part

… Recit'g [Reciting] that whereas a Marriage is Intended between the said John Huggins and Jane Thompson and when said Marr is Solemnized said James agrees to pay said John Huggins a portion of One hun'd and fifty pounds

… and that said John Huggins is by Deed Executed to him by Lettice Huggins Entitled to the Lands of Drumnacanver and Lisglin [3] in the County of Armagh and to the Lands of Glenorbe in [s/b and?] Kedew in the County of Tyrone and said John Huggins in Consideration of said Marraige [sic] and portion Agrees that if said Jane shall survive him She shall be intitled to Receive out of said Lands of Dromnecanver [sic] and Lisglin fifteen pounds yearly in full of Dower and thirds and that said Lands of Genorbe [sic] to be to the use of said Jane and her Issue by said Marraige

… and W'm Harriott and W'm Gaven are Trustees in said Article and party thereto

… which Article is witness'd by John Martin of Dromcork and John Peebles of Rahaghey both in the County of Tyrone and this Mem'll [Memorial] is witness'd by the said John Peebles and by the Rev'd William Campbell near Dawsons Grove in the County of Armagh

     Ja's Thompson (Seal)

… Signd [sic] and Deliverd in presence of

     John Beebles [sic] __
     Will: Campbell

… The above named John Beebles [or Peebles?] maketh Oath that he is a Sub'g [Subscribing] witness to the above Articles and this Mem'l and Saw said Articles Executed by the s'd Parties thereto and saw this Mem'l Executed by said James Thompson and that the name John Beebles Sub'd as a witness to the said Articles and Mem'l is Dep'ts [Deponent's] handwrit'g

     John Beebles __

… Sworn before me at Mooretown in the County of Tyrone this 19th day of August 1772 by virtue of a Com'n [Commission] and I know the Deponant

     __ John Martin __

     Tho's Forsyth __
     William Dunkin __
     Justices of the peace for said County

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Extract (made November, 2003, at the PRONI in Belfast):

Outline: Settlement of 19th August 1772 on Marriage of John Huggins and Jane Thompson. Also named: James Thompson. Glenorbe County Tyrone and other Lands settled to the uses therein. Registered 22nd August 1722.

A longer extract, from a microfilm copy, PRONI ref. MIC/311/236, follows:

Note: The following transcript contains gaps, as indicated by the [...] markings.

  Memorial no. 192610.*
  Huggins to Thompson. Registered 22 August 1772.
  A Memorial of a Marriage Article  19 August 1772.
  Between James Thompson of Creevelough County Tyrone and Jane his daughter on the one part and John Huggins of Glenorbe of the other part. Marriage intended between the said John Huggins ... and Jane Thompson. James Thompson agrees to pay John Huggins a portion of £150, and that said John Huggins is by Deed executed to him by Letitia Huggins entitled to the Lands of Drumnacanver and Lisglin County Armagh and to the Lands of Glenorbe, and John Huggins in consideration of said marriage that if Jane should survive him she shall be entitled to receive out of said lands £15 yearly in full of Dower and the lands of Glenorbe to the use of Jane ...

* Note the discrepancy between the memorial numbers: 192410 versus 192610.

Extract posted to Arborealis 13th November 2015.

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.

Drumacanver and Lisglynn townlands in the parish of Derrynoose.

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