Deed 1819 742 505671 pages 535-6 in the Registry of Deeds, Dublin

Transcription:

To the register appointed by act of Parlt for Registrg deeds wills & so forth a memorial of a deed of Settlement

bearing date the 19th day of April 1719 [probably originally 1819 but altered to 1719]

made between

Roger North of Kilduff in the Kings Co Esq >[inserted phrase:] of the first part

Peter North of Tyrrelspass in the county of Westmeath Esquire< and Georgina North owise Lyster his wife of the second part

and Miles Baggott of Clara in the King’s Co Esq of the 3rd part

reciting that the said Roger North for and in conson of said Peter North extinguishing & giving upall right title and claim to two annuitys which he is entitled to off the property of the said Roger North of £50 a year   Each and all the lands of Garryduff in the Co of Westmeath and the other off the lands of Clonagh in the King’s Co and which said annuity he is intitled  to and during his life and also for the sum of 5s to him paid by said Miles Bagott & for other consons therein mentd

He the said Roger North hath and by said deed did Georgina [devise and set?] unto the said Miles Baggott in Trust for the uses therein mentd All that and those that part of the town and lands of Clonfad in the Co Westmeth on the Right hand of the road leading from Tyrrelspass to Mullingar containing contg 160 acres or thereabouts togh with … .. and commonage thereto adjoining in as full & ample a manner as the same have been held by said Roger North from the see of Meath   To hold to the said Miles Baggot his heirs and assigns from the 1st day of May next for the term of 21 years and for all such time as shall be granted in any renewal that shall be hereafter made thereof upon trust to permit and suffer the said Roger North and his assigns to receive and take to his own use the rents issues and profits of that part of said lands devised and set by him to George Rochfort during his the said Roger North’s natural life

and after his decease to ……. …. suffer Barbara North wife of said Roger North and her assigns in lease she shall …… ….  said husband to receive and take one annuity of £50 a year during her life with …. distress and upon further trust subject as aforesd to permit the said Peter North ... [son of] ... the said Roger North to receive to his use the rents and profits of said farms with … of leasing

and after the decease of the survivor of them the sd Roger North and Peter North … the use of Caroline North and Barbara North daues of the said Peter North and the survivors of them during their natural lives subject as aforesd but

in case of deaths of them the sd Caroline and Barbara unmarried & without issue then upon trust as in sd deed mentd with … limitations and restrictions as in & by said deed may now at large appear [the stipulation in this case is set out in deed 1834 14 298: 'and in default of such issue to Roger North the younger third son of said Roger North the elder']

and which said deed & this memo are witnessed by John Hornidge of Exchequer St and Thos Traynor of …  Ormond Quay both of the city of Dublin

G Roger North [seal]

Signed sealed and delivered in the presence of John Hornridge Thos Traynor.   

The above named John Hornridge maketh oath …  saith ... [he was] a … witness to the deed whereof the above writing is a memorial …. … above memorial and saith he saw sd deed & memo respctly duly examined by the above named Roger North the granting party thereto and saith the same John Hornridge … a witness to sd deed and meml respctly is this .. person named …. ….. ….. delivd the said deed and memo respctly unto Fras Armstrong Esq dep Reg at … ….hour of ½ past 11 o’clock in the forenoon of sd day  

John Hornridge

sworn by him this 9th day July 1819

Fras Armstrong

D.K.

Some of the abbreviations used in the document:

“Registrg ” -registering

“owise” – otherwise

“conson” – consideration

“mentd” - mentioned

“aforesd ” - aforesaid

‘togh ” – together

“contg ” – containing [seems to have been written in superfluously, due to an oversight]

“respctly” – respectively

“sd ” – said 

“memo “ – memorial

“daues”  - daughters

Transcribed by Cyril North (email 24 Jan 2009)