Irish Records

Grantor: Beatty, John; Grantee: Clement, Volume 181, page 519, #121662; FHL microfilm 461377

February 10, 1756; “Between John Beatty of the town and county of Monaghan, Gent. of the one part and Joseph Clement of Carrick Macross in the said county Gent of the other part. Reciting that whereas the Right Honble Edward Earl of Drogheda did by Indenture of lease bearing date the seventh day of February one thousand seven hundred and thirty three demise grant set and to farm let unto Charles Beatty of the city of Dublin Gent and unto the said John Beatty all and singular that part of the rectorial and impropriate Tythes coming growing arising and increasing and renewing in the parish of Duleek and Town and lands of Platten situate lying and being in the Co. of Meath theretofore held and enjoyed by the Exor of John Graham of the town of Drogheda Alderman dec’d and also all that and those the rectorial & Impropriate Tythes coming growing arising increasing and renewing in the parish of Bellewstown in the county of Meath heretofore held by George Peppard and formerly by John White. To hold unto the said Charles Beatty and John Beatty their Exr Adm’rs and assigns from the first day of May then next ensuing for and during the term of forty one years fully to be compleat and ended at the yearly rent of three hundred and fifty pounds ster payable half yearly and reciting also that the said Charles Beatty did by Indorsement on the said recited lease bearing date the thirtieth day of July one thousand seven hundred and thirty six for the consideration therein mentioned transfer and make over unto the said John Beatty all his right Title Interest and Term to come of in and to the said recited lease…” John Beatty transfers the lease to Joseph Clement for £400. “Which said Deed of assignment was executed by John Beatty of Greaghglass in the said County of Monaghan for and on behalf of the said John Beatty party to the s’d Deed of Assignment by virtue of a letter of attorney to him granted for that purpose.” Witnesses: Cornelius Wynne of the City of Dublin, bookseller and Brabazon Noble of Donamoine, County Monaghan, gent.