Irish Records

Grantor: Beatty, John; Grantee: Berkley, Volume 133, page 262, #89188; FHL microfilm 522835

July 18, 1748. Deed of Assignment. Richard Dawson of the City of Dublin of the 1st part, John Beatty of Town and Co. of Monaghan of the 2nd part and William Berkeley of Belherbet, Co. Cavan of the 3rd part. John Beatty made a mortgage to Richard Dawson and there was due a sum of £028-1/7 and William Berkeley had agreed to purchase the premises for £2,274-7/4. Accordingly Richard Dawson & John Beatty sold to William Berkeley “all that and those the seven tates and an half of Aghalurcher commonly called and know by the names of the one Tate of Aghamore, the half tate Moghly, the half tate of Duras [Duross], the quarter tate of Clanfelimy, the two tates of Kilmore, the half tate of Derricarra the three quarters of a tate of Sheebeg, the one tate of Tonaghboy and ye one tate of Fernascollog (except four acres of turf bog out of the said Fernascollog) be they more or less all lying and being in the Barony of Magherstephana and County of Fermanagh together with the town lands of Killcorran, Gonnell, Kiltermon and Newry lying and being in the Barony of Clogher & County of Tyrone, and then in the possession of the said John Beatty his assigns farmers or under tenants..” For the remainder of the original lease granted to John Beatty by the Rt Rev. John Lord Bishop of Clogher. Witnesses: Brab Noble & Murray Kathrens, both of the City of Dublin. James Magrath also witnesses the Memorial. Registered August 5, 1748.