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Abstract of Title for Seskinore Estate.

 

20th June 1662. Conveyance.

The Town and Lands of Ranelly and the mill of Ranelly containing 314 acres 1 rood statute measure thereabouts held in fee simple subject to a perpetual yearly rental of £3.13.4 late Irish currency reserved thereout by Indenture dated the 20th day of January 1662 and made between Sir. William Usher Knight of the one part and James Perry Gentleman of the other part.

26th June 1662. Conveyance.

The Town and Lands of Upper Mullaghmore and Lower Mullaghmore.

Are subject to a perpetual yearly rental of £3.13.4 late Irish currency reserved thereout by Indenture dated the 26th day of June 1662 and made between Sir. Audley Mervyn Knight of the one part and James Perry Gentleman of the other part.

3rd July 1724. Conveyance.

The Town and lands Seskinore,  Drumconnolly and Tullyrush containing 479 acres 2 roods 35 perches statute or thereabouts held in fee simple subject with other lands to a perpetual yearly rental of £2 late Irish currency reserved thereout by Indenture dated the 27th day of July 1724 and made between Henry Mervyn of the one part  and Alexander McClintock of the other part.

21st May 1777 Lease forever.

The Town and Lands of Camowen containing 6 acres 3 roods 0 perches statute measure or thereabouts held with others subject to the Perpetual yearly rent of £4 under Lease for ever dated 21st May 1777.

Town and Lands of Tullyharm, Tullytemple and Rarone.

Are subject to perpetual yearly rent of £3.16.8 late Irish Currency.

The Town and Lands of Moylagh.

Are subject to a perpetual yearly rent of £8 late Irish Currency.

 

  

Abstract of Title

of Said

John Knox McClintock To

  1. Part of the lands of Ranelly containing 314a 1rd 20 per statute measure or thereabouts held in fee simple subject to the perpetual yearly rent of £3.13.4 under Conveyance dated 20th June 1662.
  2. The townland of Drumconnolly and part of the townland of Tullyrush containing 479a 2rd 35 per statute measure or thereabouts held in fee simple subject with other lands to a perpetual yearly rent of £2 under Conveyance dated 3rd July 1724.
  3. Parts of the lands of Camowen containing 6 a 3 rd 0 per statute measure or thereabouts held with others subject to the perpetual yearly rent of £4 under Lease for ever dated 21st May 1777.
  4. The townlands of Tullyherin and part of the lands of Rarone containing 152 a 2 rd 13 per statute measure or thereabouts held in fee simple subject to a yearly rent of £3.16.8. All in the Barony of East Omagh and County of Tyrone.

As to the Lands of Ranelly.

By Indenture dated 20th June 1662 made between Sir William Usher and James Perry.

It is Witnessed that said William Usher in consideration of conveyance thereinafter mentioned granted unto said James Perry said Lands of Ranelly therein described as

All that the one Balliboe or townland

“Commonly called or known by the name

“of Ranelly alias Circless Containing

“by Estimation 60 acres be they more or less

“situate lying and being within the

“proportion called the Ballibettagh

“of Ballintorken bounded on the South

“with Tullyherran bounded on the

“West part with Tullyroth on the East

“with Terrewin and on the north part

“bounded upon Ramoran together

“with the Mill situate upon Circless

“being a part of the town of Ranelly

“with all the rest of his the said

“Sir William Usher pert of Ballintorken

“and Camone” with all arable land & buildings

Excepting thereout unto said Sir William Usher his heirs and assigns free liberty of fishing fowling hunting hawking as also eyes of Game Hawks and fawkins

To Hold same within the appurtenances unto said James his heirs and assigns for ever to be holden of said Sir William Usher his heirs and assigns as of his manor of Ballintakon by fealty and the Covenants thereinafter mentioned.

Subject to the perpetual yearly rent of £3.13.4 then current money of England at the feast of Michaelmas and Easter by equal portions and two capons or 4 hens at every Christmas also upon death of said James Perry and every of his heirs and assigns dying tenant (sic) and seised of the premises of his or their second best beast or 20/- of said Current money in the name of a heriott or for lieu.

Covenants by said James Perry to do suit and service at Courts Leet and Courts Baron of the manor of Lyeley and not to commence any actions against any tenants except as therein.

Powers of Distress and Re entry as therein

Covenant by James Perry to build plantation houses in manner and for purposes as therein

Proviso that any grant to any person being Irish should be void.

Power of Re entry upon any or part so granted as therein during the term of such grant.

Covenants by said Sir William Usher for further assurance and to indemnify against claims as therein appointment of Attorney to deliver possession.

Executed by Sir William Usher

 and duly attested.

Endorsements:-

Memorandum of delivery of seizin of said lands

On 4th July 1662 to said James Perry And on 25th January 1663 in consideration of £15 by said James Perry to his son George Perry And of Agreement dated 24th June 1662 that said Sir William Usher should not be bound to warrant the premises against any person to whom said Sir William Usher and others by deed dated 24th July 1634 had conveyed said premises to John Perry brother to said James Perry.

As to the said Lands of Mullaghmore

By Indenture dated 26th June 1662 made between Sir Audley Mervyn and James Perry It is Witnessed that Sir Audley Mervyn in consideration of the covenants thereinafter mentioned granted unto said James Perry the lands including the lands firstly mentioned at heading hereof therein described as

All that ye one Balliboe or

“townland Commonly called or known

“by the name of ^ Mullorkmore Mullaghmore containing

“by estimation three score acres be

“it more or less bounded on the South

“part with Seskinore on the West

“part with the river called Owen

“Cogery on the North part with

“Tartaragh and on the East part with

“Tolleroth situate and being within

“the proportion of Eddergold in the

“said County and are now in the use

“and occupation of said James Perry

“or his assigns together with all the arable

“land +c

Excepting all great trees liberties and royalties of whatsoever Kind or nature unto said Sir Audley Mervyn his heirs and assigns

To Hold same with the appurtenances unto said James Perry his heirs and assigns for ever To be holden of said Sir Audley Mervyn his heirs and assigns as of his Manor of Tuchett in fee farm to the sole use of said James Perry his heirs and assigns for ever the same to be held in fealty in free and common Soceage.

Subject to the perpetual yearly rent of £3.13.4 then current money of England at the feasts of Michaelmas and Easter by equal proportions And upon the death of said James Perry and every of their heirs and assigns dying tenant and seized of the premises his second best beast or 20/- of said current money in name of a heriott or lieu

Covenants by James Perry to serve at Assizes and Sessions and do suits and services at Courts Leet and Courts Barron to be held for the Manor of Tuchett and not to commence any suit against any tenants unless as therein.

Powers of Distress and Re entry

Covenant by said James Perry to build house and to dwell therein

Covenant by Sir Audley Mervyn for further assurance and to indemnify as therein.

Covenant by said James Perry to grind corn at the Mill of Tuchett

Proviso that nothing therein contained should bind said Sir Audley Mervyn to warrant the premises against any person claiming any interests from Thomas Perry deceased father of the said James Perry.

Executed by said Sir Audley Mervyn and attested

Memorandum of delivery of possession endorsed.

As to said lands of Drumconnolly and Tullyrush

By Indenture dated 3rd July 1724 made between Henry Mervyn of the one part and Alexander McClintock of the other part After reciting as therein It is Witnessed that in consideration of £1010 said Henry Mervyn granted unto said Alexander McClintock said lands of Drumconnolly and Tullyrush with others [including the town and lands of Seskinore portion of which comprised that part of said lands of Seskinore Secondly mentioned at heading of an Abstract of Title intended to be verified herewith and to be lodged in Estate of John Knox McClintock Record No. E.C.4481 County “Tyrone” and hereinafter referred to as said Abstract in E.C.4481] therein described as.

All that and those the towns and

“lands of Seskinore Drumconnolly

“and Tullyrush with all and singular

“their and every their rights members

“and appurtenances situate lying and

“being in the Barony of Omagh and

“County of Tyrone and all woods” &c

and all the estate &c

To Hold same with the appurtenances unto the said Alexander McClintock his heirs and assigns for ever to the use of said Alexander McClintock his heirs and assigns for ever.

Subject to the perpetual yearly rent of 40/- payable half yearly on first November and first May.

Power of Distress

Covenants

By said Henry Mervyn for right to convey for quiet enjoyment (except as therein) free from Incumbrances (except as therein) and in the event therein mentioned free from the term of 99 years and from payment of the portion therein respectively mentioned and to indemnify as therein And for further assurance (except as therein)

Proviso that nothing therein should prejudice the title of the issue male of the body of the said Henry Mervyn as therein mentioned or the title of George Stewart to the toll or mulcture of the said several lands but that the several tenants on said lands should grind their grain at the Mill of Loughmuck anything therein contained to the contrary notwithstanding.

Declaration that fines and Recoveries should ensure to the uses thereinbefore mentioned.

License to said Alexander McClintock his heirs and assigns and his and their under tenants at all times thereafter to take out of the quarry’s then open or thereafter to be opened in the the manor of Omagh such quantities of limestone as should be necessary for manuring or improving on the premises.

Executed by both parties and attested

Receipts for £1010 consideration money endorsed.

No payment has been made by said Vendor or his predecessors in title for upwards of 40 years in respect of said perpetual yearly rent of £2.

As to said lands of Camowen

By Indenture dated 21st May 1777 made between Armar Lowry Corry of the one part and Richard Olpherts, Wybrants Olpherts, Samuel Galbraith and James Hamilton therein described as Trustees appointed by the Will of Samuel Perry deceased (and hereinafter in this Abstract of said Indenture called “the Trustees”) of the second part.

It is Witnessed that said Armar Lowry Corry in consideration of the yearly rent and covenants thereinafter reserved and mentioned granted to the trustees that part of the lands of Camowen [including said part thirdly mentioned at heading hereof] therein described as.

All that plot or parcel of

“ground containing 4 acres and one

“acre of turf bogg thereunto adjoining

“plantation measure more or less as more

“particularly described in the map or ground

“plot hereunto annexed being part and parcel

“of that part of the townland of

“Camowen commonly called and known

“by the name of Dobbin and situate lying and

“being in the Barony of Omagh and County

“of Tyrone”

Reserving unto said Armar Lowry Corry all royalties

of whatever nature or kind soever

To Hold said premises with the appurtenances unto the trustees their heirs and assigns for ever

Subject to the perpetual yearly rent of £4 from 1st may 1785 payable half yearly on 1st may and 1st November over all taxes (Quit and Crown rent only excepted) And doing suit and service at the Courts Leet and Courts Baron within the manor of Finagh and paying the annual head money for all the tenants of said premises at each of the two leet courts to be held in the year.

Covenants by the trustees to pay said rent and do suit and service at the Courts Leet and Courts Baron and to pay accustomed head money with Powers of Distress in default of payment of said rent within 21 days and re entry if in default for six months To Keep the demised premises in repair Covenant by said Armar Lowry Corry for quiet enjoyment.

Executed by said Armar Lowry Corry

Richard Olpherts and James Hamilton and duly attested.

As to Said lands of Tullyherrin and Rarone

 By Indenture dated 18th November 1802 made between Samuel Allen Hugh Hamilton therein described as trustees appointed by Will of James Hamilton deceased of the first part Jane Hamilton therein described as Widow of said James Hamilton of the second part James Hamilton therein described as Nephew and heir at law of said James Hamilton deceased of the third part and George Perry of the fourth part.

Reciting that said James Hamilton deceased being at time of his death seized in fee simple of the lands of Tullyheron Tullytemple and Rarone in the Barony of Omagh and County of Tyrone which lands of Tullytemple are a subdivision of said lands of Tullyheron did by his will devise said lands by the name of Tullyheron and Rarone to said Samuel Allen and Hugh Hamilton in trust to sell as therein And further reciting as therein.

It is Witnessed that in consideration of £3600 paid to said Samuel Allen and Hugh Hamilton and of 10/- a piece paid to Jane and James Hamilton said Samuel Allen Hugh Hamilton and James Hamilton according to their respective rights granted unto said George Perry the lands [including said lands fourthly mentioned at heading hereof] all therein described as.

All that and those the said

“hereinbefore mentioned lands of

“ Tullheron Tullytemple and Rarone

“.......in the barony of Omagh and County

“of Tyrone with all castles &c and

“the reversions &c and all estate &c and with all deeds &c

To Hold said premises with the appurtenances unto said George Perry his heirs and assigns for ever to the use of said George Perry his heirs and assigns for ever

Subject to a chief head or fee farm rent of £3.16.8 payable thereout to the Earl of Belmore his heirs and assigns.

Covenants by said Samuel Allen Hugh Hamilton and James Hamilton for quiet enjoyment free from Incumbrances [said chief rent and Tenants leases then subsisting excepted] and for further assurance.

Release by said Jane Hamilton of said lands from the join(?) of £40 yearly provided for her and charged thereon as therein.

Executed by all parties and attested.

Receipts for £3600 and 10/- endorsed.

As to said Lands of Tullyvally Freughmore and Kilgort

By Indenture dated4th July 1807 made between Francis Ferrand Foljambe the younger and Henry Willoughby of the first part Francis Ferrand Foljambe the elder of the second part and George Perry of the 3rd part.

After reciting as therein

It is Witnessed that in consideration of £10847.3.11 and of 5/- respectively paid as therein the said Francis Ferrand Foljambe the Younger and Henry Willoughby in pursuance of the trusts reposed in them by the therein recited Act of Parliament and with the consent of the said Francis Ferrand Foljambe the Elder granted unto the said George Perry the lands (including the lands thirdly mentioned at the heading hereof therein described as

All that and those the said

“townlands and hereditaments commonly called

“or known by the several names or denomination

“of ^Frugmore Freighmore otherwise Frighmore Tullyvally

“and Kilgort situate in the manor of Cecil

“and Barony of Clogher in the said County

“of Tyrone thereinafter more particularly

“mentioned and described {that is to say} the

“townland and hereditaments called

“Frughmore otherwise containing together

“by survey 203a. 2 rds and 16 p. Irish measure

“be the same more or less and in the

“occupation of” +c

“The townland and hereditaments called

“Tullyvally containing together by survey

“169a 2r 14p Irish measure be the

“same more or less and in the occupation of” +c

“The townland and hereditaments called

“Kilgort containing together by survey

“178a.1r. 5p Irish measure be the same

“more or less and in the occupation of” +c

With the messuages +c

And all the Estate +c

With true copies Deeds +c

To Hold said premises with the appurtenances unto said George Perry his heirs and assigns for ever to the use of the said George Perry his heirs and assigns for ever.

Covenants against Incumbrances as therein.

Covenants by said Francis Ferrand Foljambe the Elder that said Lands were free of quit rent crown rent or rent of any other description

To indemnify against all claims in respect of any rent affecting said premises-for power in said Francis Ferrand Foljambe the younger and Henry Willoughby to convey- for quiet enjoyment (except as therein)- for further assurance (except and subject and limited as therein) and to produce original Will and Codicil thereinbefore recited of Sir George Saville and to permit copies to be made thereof

Executed by said parties of the first and second parts and attested.

 

As to the said lands of Kilgort

Since the lodgement of the originating application in this matter said Vendor has signed a Statutory Receipt for compensation money in respect of 1acre of said lands acquired for labourers Cottage by the Omagh Rural District Council and another 1 acre plot on said lands is about to be acquired.

 

As to the said Lands of Moylagh

By Indenture dated 23rd December 1813 made between Stephen Folvil Mary Folvil otherwise Nesbitt and Frances Jane Nesbitt of the one part and said George Perry of the other part

It is Witnessed that said Stephen Folvil Mary Folvil and Frances Jane Nesbitt in pursuance of certain Articles of agreement therein mentioned and in consideration of £8000 granted unto said George Perry the lands (including the lands fourthly mentioned at heading hereof) therein described as

All that and those the Town and

“lands of Moylagh situate lying and

“being in the County of Tyrone”

With all Mills +c royalties +c

and all the estate +c.

To Hold same with the appurtenances in as full a manner and said Stephen and Mary Folvil and said Frances Jane Nesbitt had held same unto said George Perry his heirs and assigns for ever to the use of said George Perry his heirs and assigns for ever.

Covenants for good title power to convey for freedom from and to indemnify against Incumbrances (except the head rent of £8 payable yearly thereout and valid tenants leases) for quiet enjoyment

Covenants by said Stephen and Mary Folvil to levy a fine with proclamations as therein to enure to the use of the said George Perry his heirs and assigns for ever so as to give him an absolute estate in fee simple in said lands discharged of all dower entails +c and For further assurance

Executed by all parties and attested

Receipt for £8000 consideration money endorsed Since lodgement of said originating application the Omagh Rural District Council have taken 1 1/2 acres of these lands foe labourers Cottages but Statutory Receipts have not yet been signed by Vendor in respect thereof. 

Maps of The Estate of Samuel McClintock Esq., situate in the County of Tyrone.

D568. Reproduced with kind permission of the Deputy Keeper of the Records, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland.