Source: Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 2-179-366: White to Naper (marriage settlement; dated 1708-02-01 & -02; registered 1708-03-18). Digital image online at FamilySearch, Int’l., per FHL film no. 522803. Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, and submitted to Nick Reddan’s Registry of Deeds Index Project Ireland, 2017-03-20.
No. 366 To Benjamin Parry Esq’r 3 Register appointed pursuant to an Act of Parliament made in the Sixth Year of the Reign of her present Matie [Majesty] Entitled an Act for the Publick Registring of all Deeds Conveyances and Wills that shall be made of any Honors Mannors Lands Tenements or Hereditaments __
[Notes in margin:]
White et al to Naper et al
Registred [sic] the 18’th day of March 1708 at a qua’r [quarter] of an Hour past 9 of the Clock in the forenoon
[Body of memorial:]
A Memoriall of Deeds of Lease and Release Indented bearing date the First and Second days of February One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eight 4
… the Release made Between Francis White of Redhills in the County of Cavan Esq’r and Thomas White son and Heir apparent of the said Francis White of the one part and James Naper of Loghcrue in the County of Meath Esq’r and Sarah Naper the said James Napers Youngest Daughter and John Tandy of Littledrewstown in the said County Gent James Grace of the City of Dublin Esq’r and John Smyth of the said City of Dublin Esq’r of the other part
… and the Lease made Between the said Francis White and Thomas White of the one part and the said James Naper John Tandy James Grace and John Smyth of the other part;
… by which Deeds the said Francis White and Thomas White Grant and Convey unto the said James Naper John Tandy James Grace and John Smyth All that and those the M[—] Lands Tenements and Hereditaments hereafter mentioned th[at] is to say the Mannor of Clonandra the Town and Lands of Red[hills] als [alias] Knockroe Cloyraghe Tootereogh Killfane Cloncanry [—] Aghadimagh Corchar the Lands Tenements Mills and [—] Redhills Quitre Dromloppo Shannorve [or Shannowe] Dromadorus and Corcumorin as also all and Singular the Towns Villages Hamletts Lands Tenements and Hereditaments of Killduffe, Ancullowe als Knockaterry Drombadenegree als Drumbadebegg Corcashel Anaghowes Drumva[–] Drombrahen als Dombrad als Dombranmore Killbanerick Dromekenan Killenure Dromcurre and Killcross als Killenecross and the Villages of Dromcarry als Dromgerry by Estimation half a Pole of Land called Carrirod all which Premisses are Seituate lying and being in the County of Cavan aforesaid
… and also the mannor of Ballymagrane and the Towns Lands Tenements and Hereditaments hereafter mentioned that is to say Tullagh als Tully Mullaghorne als Mullanehorane Dromearne als Mullasdus Clankeene als Claneskearne Crolly als Cruly Dromon als Dromont Clanedervagh als Clanedaghvough [or Clanedaghwough] als Clonedawhie Tullyblintie als Tullyblittie Bohard als Board Leggenagh als Legane Carricklawhill Glassdromont als Glastromen Aghmoylan als Anaghmore Rathhahie als Rahahie Adonakeeragh als Edenegeragh and Cloneroe [Cloncroe?] near Dromon aforesaid Farrater [or Tarrater] Fassglassagh [or Tassglassagh] and shee [sic] all which last recited Premisses are Seituate lying and being in the Countys of Tyrone and Monaghan or either of them
… and all other Lands and Tenements wherein the said Francis White and Thomas White or either of them hath any Estate of Inheritance in the Kingdom of Ireland together with all and Singular Houses Edifices Buildings Orchards Gardens Woods Underwoods Mountain[s] Waises Pastures Feedings Boggs Loughs Waters Water Courses and all other the Appurtances [Appurtenances] thereunto belonging and also all Royalty[s] Franchisses [sic] Jurisdictions Courts Priviledges Profitts Perquisites and Advantages which are or Lawfully may be enjoyed in or within the said Mannors Lands Tenements and Premisses and every or any of them and the Reversion and Reversions Remainder and Remainders Rents Dutys and other Services of the said Lands
… To hold to severall Uses Trusts Intents and Purposes therein mentioned, 5
… Which said Deed of Release was perfected on the said Second Day of February One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eight by the said Francis White Thomas White James Naper Sarah Naper John Tandy [illegible] and John Smyth in the presence of John Stones of the said City of Dublin Gent. Ambrose Bolton Servant to the said James Naper and Charles Byrn Clk [Clerk] to the said John Smyth and the said Deed of Lease perfected on the sam[e] day by the said Francis White and Thomas White in the presence of the aforesaid Witnesses.
Fran Whyte (seal)
… Signed and Sealed in the presence of
Will Westbery __ Will Smith: Ambrose Bolton
… The above named Ambrose Bolton came this day before me and made Oath that he saw the Deed of Lease perfected by the above named Francis White and Thomas White and the above mentioned Deed of Release duly perfected by the said Francis White Thomas White James Naper Sarah Naper John Tandy and John Smith (of which Deeds of Lease and Release the above writing is a Memoriall) and that he also saw the above Memoriall signed and sealed by the said Francis White and that the Name Ambrose Bolton subscribed to the said Deeds and Memoriall as a Witness is the proper hand writing of him this Dep’t [Deponent] and that he delivered the said Memoriall to Bruen Worthington Deputy Register on Friday the Eighteenth Day of March One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eight at a quarter of an Hour past Nine of the Clock in the forenoon __
… Jur cor me 18° die Marcii 1708
Bruen Worthington Dep: Reg’r
Source citation for this page: — Kilpatrick, Alison. Registry of Deeds, Ireland: Memorial no. 2-179-366: White to Naper marriage settlement (dated 1708-02-01, registered 1708-03-18). Transcript by Alison Kilpatrick ©2017. Online at Arborealis, arborealis.ca/records/irish-deeds/2-179-366/, accessed [insert date of access].
See also: — Notes about the transcripts of Memorials of Irish deeds posted to Arborealis.
- Index entries for this memorial have been posted to Nick Reddan’s Registry of Deeds Index Project Ireland website.
- The transcriber’s comments or editing marks are enclosed [within square brackets].
- An apostrophe indicates that the letter or letters following were raised, or written in superscript, in the original text.
- This transcript includes paragraph breaks whereas the original text appears as one paragraph without indentation or, for the most part, punctuation.
- Though not specified in the Memorial, the most likely objectives of this release of lands into the hands of the designated trustees were to provide jointure to Miss Naper should Mr. Whyte predecease her, and to specify the order of inheritance, typically along the line of male primogeniture.