1836-04-14: 1836-7-81: Huggins to King

Source: Registry of Deeds, Ireland (Dublin). Memorial no. 1836-7-81: Huggins to King (dated 14 April 1836; registered 16 April 1836). Microfilm copy held by the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (FHL film no. 469794); photocopy obtained in SLC, 19 May 2016. Transcribed and indexed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2019-06-19.
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Transcript:

1836-7-81

[Title:] [1]
No. 81  To the Register appointed by act of Parliament for Registering deeds Leases and Soforth

[Body of memorial:]
  A Memorial of an Indenture of Mortgage bearing date the fourteenth day of April one Thousand Eight hundred and Thirty six made between John Huggins of Skernergat
[2] in the County of Tyrone farmer of the one part & Samuel King of Dungannon in the said County Merchant of the other part [3]

… after Reciting as therein is Recited Witnessed that the said John Huggins in Consideration of the sum of Seventy four Pounds three shillings and seven pence then due and owing by him the said John Huggins to said Samuel King and of a further sum of ninety five Pounds sixteen shillings and five pence to him the said John Huggins paid by said Samuel King making the sum of one Hundred and seventy Pounds the Receipt whereof was thereby acknowledged  granted bargained sold aliened released and confirmed 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 his heirs & assigns

… All that and Those that part and parcel of Land in the Townland of Gortgonis containing by James Wares survey Twenty seven acres Irish plantation measure be the same more or less  bounded on the East by the farm formerly in the possession of the Widow Donnelly  on the west by the Road leading from Moy to Stewartstown  on the north by Richard Stewart and Thomas Johnstons farms and on the south by the River Torren as demised by the therein Recited Indenture of Lease of Twenty fourth June one Thousand seven hundred and Eighty five and Renewal thereof of fifth December one Thousand Eight hundred and ten

… and also all That part and parcel of Land in Gortgonis aforesaid containing by estimation four acres and Twenty perches Irish plantation measure be the same more or less as demised by the therein Recited deed of Twenty seventh day of february [sic] one Thousand seven hundred & Eighty six

… and also all That Tenement ground Houses and premises in Moy late in the possession of Edward Harpur and Daniel Hynes and then in the possion [possession] of David Richardson Goodlatte and James Hoan[?] as then held by the said John Huggins under the Earl of Charlemont with their and every of their Rights members & appurt's [appurtenances]

… To hold unto the said Samuel King his heirs and assigns for and during the life & lives of the Several persons named as cestui que vies then in being of the several and Respective Leases [or?] Renewals thereof and the survivors & survivor of them and for such further and other life and lives as should for ever thereafter be added thereto pursuant to the Covenants for perpetual Renewal in said Leases contained Subject to the Yearly Rents and Covenants therein Reserved

… and also to a provisoe or Condition for Redemption of said sum of one Hundred and seventy Pounds with Interest at the rate of six Pounds per Cent per annum on the fourteenth day of April which would be in the Year one Thousand Eight hundred and Thirty seven and it is by said Indenture expressly declared that in case said principal sum & Interest sh'd [should] [4] not be paid off on said day that it should be Lawful for said Samuel King his heirs or assigns to sell said mortgaged premises by public auction for payment and satisfaction of said mortgage debt and all Interest and also all Costs and expences attending the sale and making out title to said premises without filing any Bill in Equity to foreclose said mortgage on giving to the said John Huggins his heirs exors [executors] admors [administrators] or assigns six months notice in writing of his or their intention of so doing and advertising said sale for one month previous thereto in manner thereby provided and said deed contained the usual warranty for title  a Covenant to pay the Interest half yearly on every fourteenth day of April and fourteenth day of October until principal discharged  also Covenant for further assurance

… & which said deed as to the Execution thereof is witnessed by Courtenay Newton of Talbot Street in the City of Dublin and Dungannon attorney and Charles Doherty of the City of Dublin Clerk to the said Courtenay Newton

     John Huggins (seal)

… signed and sealed in presence of

     Courtenay Newtwon
     Charles Doherty

… The above named Charles Doherty maketh oath and saith he is a subscribing witness to and saw the deed of which the above writing is a memorial as also the above memorial duly executed by the above named John Huggins one of the Executing parties thereto and saith the name Charles Doherty subscribed as a Witness to the Execution of s'd deed and the above memorial is this deponents proper name and handwriting and saith that he delivered the said deed and memorial to Walter Glascock Esq Assistant Register at the Registry office in the City of Dublin the 16 day of April in the year of our Lord 1836 at or near the hour of Twenty five minutes past Eleven oClock in the forenoon of said day

     Charles Doherty

… Sworn before me this 16 day of April 1836

     Walter Glascock  AR

… (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.

Skenarget, parish of Desertcreat.

3.

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

4.

An apostrophe indicates that the letter or letters following were raised, or written in superscript, in the original text.

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