1831-07-09: 1834-2-69: Huggins & Shuter to McCrum

Source: Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 1834-2-69: Shuter & Huggins to McCrum (dated 9 July 1831; registered 22 January 1834). Microfilm copy held by the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (FHL film no. 469009); photocopy obtained at SLC, 18 May 2016. Transcribed and indexed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2019-06-18.
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1834-2-69

Transcription:

[Title:] [1]
No. 69  To the Register appointed by act of Parliament for the public registry of Deeds wills conveyances and so forth

[Notes in margin:]
Huggins & an'r [another]
[2] to McCrum
Reg'd 22'nd Jan'y 1834 at 5 mins past 12 oClock

[Body of memorial:]
  A Memorial of an Indented deed of release or conveyance bearing date the ninth day of July one thousand eight hundred and thirty one made between John Huggins of Skenargett in the County of Tyrone farmer of the one part  David Shuter of Drummon[d] in the County of Tyrone gentleman of the second part and William McCrum of Ballynahinch in the County of Armagh farmer of the third part
[3]

… Whereby after reciting as in the said deed is recited the said John Huggins and David Shuter for the consons [considerations] therein mentioned did and each of them did give grant assign transfer Surrender and yield up according to their Several and respective Rights and interests therein unto the said William McCrum his heirs Exors [executors] admors [administrators] & assigns all that and those one annuity or yearly Sum of Twenty pounds sterling given and granted out of the lands of Drummond by a d[--] [deed?][4] in the said deed recited of which this is a Mem'l [Memorial] charged upon and issuing out of all that part of the lands and premises described in the said deed of annuity and all the right title and interest property claim and demand whatsoever both at Law and in equty of them the said John Huggins and David Shuter neither of them in and to the said annuity or annual Sum of Twenty pounds and every part thereof fully and clearly dequitted [acquitted?] released and discharged from and against all former or other gifts grants or assignments of the same or any part thereof

… To hold the said annuity or yearly Sum of Twenty pounds unto the said William McCrum his heirs and assigns from thenceforth for and during the natural life of the said John Shuter dec'd [and?] [5] the said John Huggins and David Shuter did thereby for them their heirs Exors amd admors amd every of them respectively covenant and agree to and with the said William McCrum his heirs and assigns that they the said John Huggins and David Shuter then had in themselves or himself good right full power lawful & absolute authority to make this grant transfer and Surrender of the said annuity and every part thereof in manner and form as in said deed mentioned

… and which said deed contains a Covenant for further assurance & also a Covenant on the part of the said William McCrum his Exors and admors that he or they some[?] or [---] of them should [illegible word] [would well &?] truly pay or cause to be paid to the said David Shuter and John Huggins or one of them by & with [word blotted] of the other of them the Sum of fifty pounds at the expiration of five years to be computed from the date [ink blot] a fi[---] this is a Memorial provided the said David Shuter should be then living [sic] but not otherwise and the like Sum of fifty pounds at the expiration of every five years from thenceforth during the life of the said David Shuter

… which said Deed is witnessed as to the execution thereof by Robert King of Mullaghateague in the County of Tyrone  James King of same gentleman and James McReynolds late of Mullaghateage [sic] afores'd and this Mem'l is witnessed by the said James King and by Henry Oliver of Dungannon in the said County [sadler?]

     Willm McCrum (seal)

… Signed sealed and executed and reacknowledged  the words "out of the lands of Drummond" being interlined[?] on Ninth line from Top & the words "in the County of Tyrone" being also interlined on third line from bottom of Memorial  in presence of us

     _ James King
     _ Henry Oliver

… The before named James King came before me this day and made oath and saith that he is a subscribing witness to the deed of which the above writing is a Mem'l and also to the said Mem'l and saith that he saw the said deed duly signed and executed by the said John Huggins  David Shuter and William McCrum the executing parties thereto and that he also saw the said W'm McCrum duly sign and execute the said Mem'l and reacknowledge same and that the name James King subscribed as a witness to said deed and Mem'l resply [respectively] is this Deponents proper name and handwriting

     James King

… Resworn before me at Dungannon in the County of Tyrone this Eighteenth day of January 1834 a Master Extraordinary for taking affidavits in this County and I know the Deponent

     Arthur Fullan

… A true copy [initials]

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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.

[-] signifies an illegible character.

5.

This might have been an error in transcription, since the name of John Shuter had not been stated previously. The reference was probably to the life of David Shuter, one of the executing parties. The general quality of handwriting in this Memorial is poor.

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