1805-01-18: 569-132-381217: Thompson to Kerr

Source: Registry of Deeds, Ireland (Henrietta Street, Dublin). Memorial no. 569-132-381217: Thompson to Kerr (dated 18 January 1805; registered 19 January 1805). Microfilm copy held by the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. Archival ref. FHL film no. 545036; digital image online at www.familysearch.org. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2019-06-09. 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.

569-132-381217

Transcript:

[Title:] [1]
No. 381217 To the Reg'r [Register] [2] App'd [Appointed] by Act of Parl't [Parliament] for Reg'g deeds Coney'es [Conveyances] and Soforth

[Notes in margin:] [blank]

[Body of memorial:]
  A Mem'l [Memorial] of an Inded [Indented] deed of M'tGage [Mortgage] bearing date the 18'th day of Jan'y 1805 made Between W'm Thompson of Crencelaght [Creevelaght] in the County of Tyrone farmer of the One part and Alex'r Kerr of Cumber in s'd County Gent of the Second Part [3]

… Whereby after reciting as therein is Recited the s'd W'm Thompson in Consid'n [Consideration] of a Sum of £100 did Grant Sell Alien Release and Confirm Unto the s'd Alex'r Kerr in his Actual possion [possession] now being by Virtue of a Bargain & Sale therein Recited  All that and those that part of the s'd Town and lands of Creevelaght as then in the possion of the s'd W'm Thompson Cont'g [Containing] 33 acres three Roods and 30 perches planton [plantation] measure as Granted and demised by a lease therein Recited with the Rights and Appurts [Appurtenances] and the Issues and profits thereof Which s'd premes [premises] are sit. [situated] in the Barony of Dungannon and County of Tyrone

… To hold to the s'd Alex'r Kerr his heirs and Assigns from the date hereof and during the natural life and lives of the three persons therein named being the Cestui que Vies named in the s'd Lease made which s'd premes are held and the Surv'r [Survivor] of them  Subject to the yearly Rent Fees and duties and to the Cov'ts [Covenants] and agreem'ts in s'd Lease Reserved and Expressed

… and Also a provisoe or Cond'n [Condition] of Redempt'n in s'd deed on paym't by the s'd W'm Thompson his heirs and Assigns of the s'd Sum of £100 with all Int'r [Interest] & Costs that might Grow due thereon on a day therein ment'd [mentioned] to the s'd Alex'r Kerr his heirs Exors [Executors] admors [administrators] & assigns

… and in Which is also Cont'd [Contained] a Rovrauring[?] Clause & other Cov'ts Usual P[?] [Per?] Same with this Mem'l are Witnessed by W'm Culton of Lismullydown Farmer and Oliver Kerr of Cumber, Farmer both in the County of Tyrone

     W'm Thompson (Seal)

… Signed Sealed and Exed [Executed] in the presence of

     W'm Culton
     Oliver Kerr

… The above named W'm Culton maketh Oath and Saith that he saw the above named W'm Thompson and Alex'r Kerr duly Sign Seal and Execute the deed of M'tGage Whereof the above Writing is a Mem'l and also saw the s'd W'm Thompson Sign and Seal the above Mem'l and Saith that his name W'm Coulton [sic] Sub'd [Subscribed] as a Witness to the s'd deed of M'tGage and this Mem'l is this dep'ts [deponent's] proper name and of his Own hand Writing

     W'm Culton

… Sworn before me at Dungannon in the County of Tyrone this 19'th day of Jan'y 1805 a Com'r [Commissioner] for taking Affid'ts [Affidavits] in the Country and I know the dep't

     Pat'k Kerr __

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