1839-12-26: 1839-24-19: Huggins to King

Source: Registry of Deeds, Ireland (Dublin). Memorial no. 1839-24-19: Huggins to King (dated 26 December 1839; registered 28 December 1839). Microfilm copy held by the Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (FHL film no. 549015); photocopy obtained in SLC, 18 May 2016. Transcribed and indexed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to www.irishdeedsindex.net, 2019-06-19.
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1839-24-19

[Title:] [1]
No. 19  To the Register appointed by Act of Parliament for the public Registry of Deeds wills Conveyances and Soforth in Ireland

[Notes in margin:]
Huggins to King
Reg'd on the 28'th day of Dec'r 1839 at [blank]
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[Body of memorial:]
  A Memorial of an Indented deed of assignment & Release bearing date the twenty sixth day of December one thousand eight hundred and thirty nine and made Between John Huggins of Skenergat in the County of Tyrone farmer of the one part and Samuel King late of Dungannon but then of Gortin in the said County Merchant of the other part
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… Whereby after Reciting amongst other things a certain deed of Mortgage of the fourteenth day of April one thousand eight hundred and Thirty Six made Between the said John Huggins of the one part and the said Samuel King of the other part for securing the principal Sum of one hundred and seventy pounds with interest for the same [4]

… and Reciting that the said Samuel King had obtained a certain Judgment against the said John Huggins in the Court of Queens Bench in Ireland for the Sum of four hundred and Eleven pounds twelve shillings and Ten pence debt besides Cost and that there was then due and owing to the said Samuel King by the said John Huggins on part of both said securities for principal and interest the several Sums of money therein stated amounting together to the sum of Two hundred and thirty nine pounds eleven shillings and Ten pence

… the said Indenture now in Recital then Witnessed that in Conson [Consideration] of the said last mentioned Sum of Money so due as aforesaid and of the further Sum of Ten pounds eight Shillings and Two pence to him the said John Huggins on hand paid by the said Samuel King He the said John Huggins did Grant Bargain sell alien release and Confirm assign transfer and make over 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 and assigns

… all that and Those that part and parcel of Land in the Townland of Gortgonis containing by James Wares survey twenty seven acres late 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 an Indenture of Lease of the twenty fourth day of June one thousand seven hundred and eighty five therein recited and Renewal thereof of fifth day of 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 late Irish plantation measure be the same more or less as demised by the therein in part recited deed of the twenty seventh day of February one thousand seven hundred and eighty six

… all which said several Lands & premises are Situate lying and being in the parish of Tullynisken Barony of Dungannon & Co'y of Tyrone

… and all his the said John Huggins right and equity of Redemption therein with their and every of their rights members privileges advantages appendances and appurts [appurtenances] to the said Several Lands Tenements and Premise[s] belonging or in any wise appertaining & the reversion and reversions remainder and remainders Yearly and other the rents issues and profits thereof and all the estate right title interest benefit of renewal right and equity of redemption property profit claim and demand whatsoever both at Law and at equity of him the said John Huggins of in and to the said and every part and parcel thereof in as full and ample a manner as the said John Huggins might have had and enjoyed the same if sev'l [several] presents had not been made together with the said several therein in part Recited Indentures and all deeds Counterparts of tenemts [tenements] Leases Muniments and Writings to the said thereabefore [sic] mentioned and thereby or intended to be thereby released assigned transferred and assured and all his right and equity of Redemption therein 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 in the several and Respective Leases or Renewals thereof and the surv's [survivors] and Survivor of them and for and during all such further and other life and lives as should for ever thereafter be added thereto pursuant to the several and respective Covenants for perpetual renewal in said several and respective Leases Circtamed [Contained?] But Subject to the payment of the several and respective yearly rents thereby reserved and made payable

… Which said Indenture and this Memorial are respectively Witnessed by Andrew Newton of Dungannon Esquire and George Parker of Dungannon writing Clerk both in the County of Tyrone

     John Huggins (Seal)

… Signed Sealed and delivered in presence of

     Andrew Newton
     George Parker

… The above named George Parker maketh oath and saith that he is a sub'g [subscribing] witness to and saw the deed of which the above writing is a Memorial and also to the above Memorial executed by the above named John Huggins and saith that the name George Parker [to the] Deed and Memorial resply [respectively] Sub'd as a Witness to the execution thereof resply is this dep'ts [deponent's] proper Name and handwriting

     George Parker

… Sworn before me at Dungannon in the County of Tyrone this 26 day of December 1839  a Comm'r [Commissioner] of her Majestys Court of Queens Bench in Ireland for taking affidavits in said County and I know the deponent

     Arthur Fullan

… fifteen sheets
a true Copy  R.W. Thompson

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Registry of Deeds, Ireland (Dublin). Memorial no. 1836-7-81Huggins 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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