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92. Hugh O'Neill and John O'Neill Deed, Co. Carlow, 1781
Handwritten note by David O’Neill on copy of document
230811 Will Hugh O’Neill (Clonmore) to John O’Neill (Milltown) 13 Jul 1781
To the register appointed by act of parliament for registering deeds & soforth
A memorial of an indenture of assignment bearing thirteenth day of July seventeen hundred one thousand and eighty one made between Hugh O'Neail of Clonemore in the County of Carlow Farmer of the one part, and John O'Neail of Milltown in the county xxx, farmer xxx son to the said Hugh O'Neail of the other part.
Wereas William Earl of Bessborough by Indenture of xxx bearing date the nineteenth day of August one thousand seven hundred and sixty seven for the ?considerations therein mentioned did xxx to farm let unto the said Hugh O'Neail all that part of Clonemore now held by said Hugh O'Neail and his tenants containing forty two acre two rod plantation measure be the same more or less to hold xx xxx
Hugh O'Neill his heirs Extors and Admrs and assigns at the yearly rent of Twenty seven pounds twelve shillings six pence xxx performing the covenants in said lease mentioned reference being thereunto had might more fully appear. Whereby it was agreed that the said Hugh O 'Neail for the consideration of four pounds seven shillings to be paid before the sealing and delivery thereof by said John O'Neail the receipt whereof the said Hugh O'Neail did
thereby acknowledge and for the many considerations therein as so mentioned did grant bargain sell agree and set xxx from the twenty fifth day of March xxx xxx unto the said John O'Neail his admrs and assigns all that part of Clonmore aforesaid as held by the said Hugh O'Neail from the said Earl of Bessborough and all the ?estate right title xxx xxx of xxx to the said Hugh O'Neail granted by the said herein before recited indenture of lease xxxx
xxx said deed is witnessed by Patt Joyce of Clonemore and by Patrick xxx of Garryhill
xxx Milltown in the County of Carlow and this memorial thereof is witnessed xxx said John O'Neail.
In presence of
The above mentioned John O'Neail maketh oath that he saw the above Hugh O'Neail and likewise John O'Neail his only son duly seal and execute the above mentioned deed of assignment whereof the above writing is a memorial and also saw the above John O'Neail duly sign and
seal the above memorial and that the name JohnO'Neail xxxx as a witness to the said deed and memorial is this deponents proper name and handwriting and saith he delivered said deed memorial to xx William Kelly Deputy Registrar the 11th day of February 1782
at or near three oclock in the afternoon.
Sworn 11th February 1782
Will Kelly Dep Reg
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