Irish Records

Grantor: Beatty, John; Grantee: Dawson, Volume 154, page 572, #106752; FHL microfilm 461360 [This is misindexed; John Beatty is the grantee not the grantor].

February 15, 1753. Richard Dawson of Dawson’s Grove in the Co. of Monaghan, Esq. demised to “John Beatty the younger” of the town & Co. of Monaghan “the town and lands of Creaghlass situate in the Barony and county of Monaghan aforesaid and the town and lands of Cloghernagh, Golan, Tonysellegagh [Tonysillogagh] and Knocknegrave situate in the parish of Donagh Barony of Trugh [Trough] and county of Monaghan and now in the possession of the said John Beatty to hold to the said John Beatty and his heirs from the first day of May last past for and during the natural life and lives of him the said John Beatty, Elizabeth Beatty otherwise Truman his wife and Rich’d Noble son of Brab. Noble of Donamoine in the county of Monaghan aforesaid aged about ten years and for and during the life and lives of the survivors and survivor of them at the yearly rent of eighty four pounds one shilling and eight pence…” Witnesses: John Truman of Kilcurly, Co. Louth and Adam Noble of Longfield, Co. Monaghan. Memorial also witnessed by Thomas Noble of Danamore, Co. Monaghan. Registered Feb. 16, 1755.