Source: Registry of Deeds, Ireland. Memorial no. 1-472-368: John Hamilton to the Archbishop of Dublin and Messrs. Barnard and Dopping (marriage settlement; dated 1708-02-15 & -16 registered 1708-03-19). 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, 2017-02-22.
No. 368 A Memoriall of Deeds of Lease and Release to be Registred [sic] pursuant to an Act of Parliament made in Ireland in the Sixth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lady Queen Anne Intitled an Act for the Publick Registring of all Deeds Conveyances and Wills that shall be made of any Honors Mannors [sic] Lands Tenem’ts or Hereditam’ts. 2
[Notes in margin:]
Hamilton L’d Bpp of Dublin et al
Registred [sic] the 19’th day of March 1708 at 3q’rs of an Hour past 4 a Clock in the afternoon
[Body of memorial:]
Indentures of Lease and Release bearing date respectively the Fifteenth and Sixteenth days of February Anno Doni [Domini] One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eight the Lease made Between John Hamilton of Callidon in the County of Tyrone Esq’r of the one part, and the most Reverend Father in God William Lord Arch Bishop of Dublin,3 [and Messrs.] Francis Bernard and Samuel Dopping both of the City of Dublin Esq’rs of the other part,
… and the said Release being an Indenture Quadripartite made between the said John Hamilton of the first part, the said William Lord Arch Bishop of Dublin, Francis Bernard and the said Samuel Dopping of the Second part, the Reverend William Hamilton Arch Deacon of Armagh and John Usher of the said City of Dublin Esq’r of the Third part, and Lucy Dopping of the said City Spinster of the Fourth part,
… By which said Indenture of Release the said John Hamilton in consideration of [illegible] a Marriage intended to be then forthwith had and Solemnized between him the said John Hamilton and the said Lucy Dopping, and for other considerations in the said Release mentioned, Doth Grant Bargain Sell Remise Release and Confirm unto the said William Lord Arch Bishop of Dublin, Francis Bernard and Samuel Dopping and their Heires [sic] All that the Mannor of Callidon [Caledon] containing and consisting of the severall Townes and Lands comonly [sic] called or known by the severall Names following (viz’t.) Aghenis, Agasallaght, Anaghcramph, Annaghroe, Annagh, Ards, Ballagh, Ballinavaddy, Cornelaght, Cavanbuy, Creveleaught, Cullogan, Comer, Clearkill, Dyan, Drumas, Derrigooley, Derricrantone, DowneMcMeagh, Dromore, Dredcartone, Finglish, Gynee, Kedew, Killigauny, Killinall, Killmore, Knockagenny, Killshanagh, and Clanadoey, Killsamsoge, Kinardtowne, Larakeene, Leaghtmackanabb, Lisladowne, Mullaghmore, Mullinaseagh, Mullinele, Mulloghmossagh, Mullintur, Mullicarnon, Ramakett, Stragrane, Tireheige, Tamaghelea, Tawnalaghan, Tullyremon, Tullyneshean and Tannagh, or by what other Name or Names the said severall Towns Lands and Premisses [sic] are comonly called or known by, all which are Seituate [sic] lying and being in the Barony of Dungannon and County of Tyrone, and all Castles, Messuages, Houses, Edifices, Buildings, Barns, Stables Dovehouses, Orchards, Gardens, Lands, Backsides, Tenements, Meadows, Feedings, and Pastures used, occupyed, enjoyed, accepted, reputed, deemed or taken as part and parcell of the said Mannor of Callidon or of any of the Townes Lands or Premisses aforesaid or as belonging thereunto, and all Woods, Underwoods, Fishings, Fishing places, Ways, Waters Watercourses, Mills, Mill Damms, Comons, Wasts [Wastes] Heaths, Moores [sic], Boggs, Marshes, Mountains, Ponds, Rivers, Tolls, Suites, Courts, Courts Baron, Courts Leet, Views of Frankpledge, Perquisits [sic] and Profitts [sic] of Courts and Leets, Waifs, Estrays, Quarrys, Mines, Mineralls and all other Royaltys, Franchises, Libertys, Rights, Jurisdictions, Priviledges [sic], Immunitys, Profitts, Comoditys, Emolum’ts, Advantages, Easements and Hereditaments whatsoever to the said Mannor, Castles, Messuages, Mills, Lands, Tenem’ts[,] Hereditaments and other the Premisses or to any of them, or to any parcell of them or any of them respectively lying being belonging or in any wise appertaining or to or with the same or within the same or any of them occupyed enjoyed taken had or perceived or accepted reputed adjudged deemed or taken as part parcell or Member of the said Mannor Lands and other the Premisses or of any of them or to belong or appertain thereunto or to any of them, and the Reversion and Reversions, Remainder and Remainders of all and singular the said Premisses, and of every part and parcell thereof, and all Rents Services Profitts thereunto incident and belonging, and also all the Estate Right Title Interest Claim and Demand of him the said John Hamilton in Law or Equity of in or unto the same
… (Saving and Excepting to the said John Hamilton his Heires and Assignes for ever out of the said Grant All that and those the Townes and Lands of Tullybrackitragh, the lower half of Tullybrackoughtroigh, Drommahirrary, Tulliglise, Coolekill, Killtibride, Correfiaghan, Dugire, Portnelligan, Lissannill, Mullin, Tulliglisoglody and Creenerskin, Ballynemeataghoughtragh, Ballynemeatagheightragh, Lislony, Breaghine, Gortfad and Skerry, Namsoge, Dromguose, Dromakirkeene, Glassdromine, Crossdalicowtragh and Crossdalietragh with their and every of their Appurtances [Appurtenances] all which said Excepted Premisses are Seituate lying and being in the Barony of Taurany in the County of Ardmagh being part of the said Mannor of Callidon, Which said last mentioned Lands and Premisses are not hereby intended to be Granted or settled
… To have and to hold all and singular the said Mannor, Townes, Lands and Premisses with their and every of their Rights Members Royalty Franchises Priviledges Appendances and Appurtenances (Except ^as^ before Excepted) 4 unto the said William Lord Arch Bishop of Dublin Francis Bernard and Samuel Dopping their Heires and Assignes, To the severall Uses, and Subject to and under the severall Trusts Charges Provisoes Conditions Powers Limitations and Agreements in the said Qu[a]dripartite Indenture of Release Expressed limitted [sic] and Declared,
… Which said Indentures of Lease and Release are witnessed by David Wilson of the City of Dublin Gentt [sic] John Smith and William Barry Clks [Clerks] to M’r Thomas Cooke of the City of Dublin Notary Publick, and were perfected on the said Sixteenth day of February One Thousand and Seven Hundred and Eight.
… This Mem’ll [Memorial] was Signed and Sealed by the above named John Hamilton in the p’r”sence of us.
Sam: Molyneux Jn’o Smith __
… To the Register appointed by vertue [sic] of the above mentioned Act of Parliament __
… The above named John Smith came this day before me and made Oath that he saw the above named John Hamilton duly Seal and Execute the above mentioned Indenture of Lease, and that he likewise saw the said John Hamilton and the above named William Lord Arch Bishop of Dublin, Francis Bernard, Samuel Dopping, John Usher and Lucy Dopping duly Seal and Execute the above mentioned Indenture of Release (of which said Deeds of Lease and Release the above Writing is a Mem’ll) and that he likewise saw the said John Hamilton duly Sign and Seal the said Mem’ll and that the name (Jn’o Smith) Subscribed as a Witness to the said Deeds of Lease and Release and Memoriall is this Dep’ts [Deponent’s] own proper Hand Writing, and further Deposeth that the said Mem’ll was delivered to M’r Bruen Worthington Deputy Register on Saturday the Nineteenth day of March One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eight at Three quarters of an Hour past Four a Clock in the afternoon__
Jn’o Smith __
… Jur cor me 19° die Martii 1708
Bruen Worthington Dep: Reg’r __
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