1835-11-03: 1835-18-190: Huggins & Hogg to King

Source: Registry of Deeds, Ireland (Henrietta Street, Dublin). Memorial no. 1835-18-190: Huggins & Hogg to King (dated 3 November 1835; registered 6 November 1836). Microfilm copy held by the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (FHL film no. 469790); photocopy obtained in SLC, 20 May 2016. Transcribed and indexed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 18 June 2019). 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.

1835-18-190

Transcription:

[Title:] [1]
No. 190  To the Register appointed by act of Parliament for the Public Registering of Deeds Wills Conveyances and Soforth

[Notes in margin:]
[blank]

[Body of memorial:]
  A Memorial of an Indented Deed of Convey'ce [Conveyance]
[2] bearing date and duly executed the third day of November one Thousand Eight hundred and Thirty five and made between John Huggins of Skinarget in the County Tyrone Gent'n of the first part  John Hogg of Corlunnan [3] in said [county] Gent'n of the second part and Samuel King of Dungannon in said County Merchant of the third part [4]

… Whereby after Reciting amongst other things a certain Indenture bearing date the thirteenth day of April one Thousand seven hundred and fifty nine and made between Thomas Knox the Elder of Dungannon in the County of Tyrone Esq of the one part and Gilbert Kennedy of Dungannon aforesaid apothecary of the other part [5]

… and also Reciting a certain Indenture of mortgage bearing date the ninth day of September one Thousand Eight hundred and Thirty and made Between the said John Huggins party thereto of the one part and the said John Hogg party thereto of the other part [6] said Indenture then witnessed that for the Considerations therein mentioned they the said John Huggins and John Hogg did and each of them according to their several and respective Estates and Interests in the premises did grant bargain sell alien release and confirm unto the said Samuel King (in his actual possession then being by Virtue of a bargain and sale for a Year therein Recited and to to his heirs and assigns All that and Those that Tenement in Market Street of Dungannon aforesaid formerly in possession of Widow Harkness & afterwards in the possession of one Gilbert Kennedy and then in the possession of the said Sam'l King containing forty five acres [7] in front and extending three Hundred and Twenty three feet backwards in as full and ample a manner as same was demised and granted by the said therein before rented demise a grant of the thirteenth day of April one Thousand Seven hundred and fifty nine together with the dwelling house office houses back sides gardens ways easements and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining which said Tenement and premises are situate lying and being in Market Square in the Town of Dungannon Parish of Drumglass and County of Tyrone aforesaid with all and singular the rights members privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining in as full large ample and beneficial a manner to all intents and purposes as the same were theretofore held used occupied or enjoyed reputed or Known as part parcel or member thereof or any part thereof and the Reversion and Reversions Remainder & Remainders Yearly and other the Rent issues and profits thereof and of every part & parcel thereof and all the Estate right title Interest use trust property claim and demand what soever both at Law and in Equity of them the said John Huggins and John Hogg of into or out of the same premises or any part thereof together with the said original Recited Indenture of Lease and all other Deeds evidences & writings touching or in any wise concerning the same premises freed and absolutely acquitted exonerated and discharged of and from the said therein recited Indenture of mortgage of the ninth day of September one Thousand Eight hundred and Thirty and of all sum and sums of money due or to grow due thereon

… To hold with the Rights members and appur's [appurtenances] thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining unto the said Samuel King his heirs and assigns to the only proper use & behoof of the said Samuel King his heirs and assigns for ever Subject nevertheless to the payment of the yearly Rent Receiver's fees and duties and to the Clauses Cov'ts [Covenants] and agreements in the said therein recited Indenture of Lease received and contained and which on the Tenant Lessees part [are?] and ought to be paid done observed performed fulfilled and Kept [illegible word]

… Subject also to a certain Indenture of Lease of said premises bearing [date] the first day of November one Thousand Seven hundred and ninety Eight and made by William Huggins deceased to John Robinson also since deceased at the Yearly Rent of Thirty four Pounds two shillings and six pence late Irish currency [8]

… which said Indenture and this memorial are witnessed by Dupre Golding of Caledon and Courtenay Newton of Dungannon both in the County of Tyrone Gent'n

     John Huggins (seal)
     John Hogg (seal)

… Signed and sealed in presence of

     Dupre Golding
     Courtenay Newton

… The above named Courtenay Newton maketh oath that he is a Subscribing Witness to and saw the deed of which the above writing is a Memorial and also the above Memorial duly Executed by the above named John Huggins and John Hogg two of the parties thereto and saith that the name Courtenay Newton to said deed and Memorial subscribed as a Witness to the Execution thereof resply [respectively] is this deponents proper name and handwriting and saith he delivered said deed and memorial to Walter Glascock Esq Assistant Register in the Registry office in the City of Dublin on the Sixth day of November 1835 between the hours of one and two oClock in the afternoon of said Day

     Courtenay Newton

… Sworn before me this 6 day of November 1835

     Walter Glascock  As'st Reg

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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.

Curlonan, parish of Pomeroy, county Tyrone.

4.

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

5.

See related Memorial no. 514-319-336670: Knox to Kennedy & Huggins (dated 13 April 1759, registered 7 November 1798).

6.

See related Memorial no. 863-243-575243: Huggins to Hogg (dated 9 September 1830, registered 25 September 1830).

7.

Memorial no. 863-243-575243 (ref. 6, above) cited 45 feet in front.

8.

See related Memorial no. 518-199-341082: Huggins to Robinson (dated 1 November 1798, registered 11 September 1799).

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