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Surname: St Maurice, Louther, Jenkins, Boyle, Hanly, Jessop, Gardiner
Abstract of Deed of Agreement between Heirs
Book 227 Page 424 No 148093 19th Sept 1763
1st Part: Jane St. Maurice, widow and relict of John St. Maurice, late
of Longford, deceased
2nd Part: Jeremiah Louther of Longford, Merchant
Whereas Jane and Jeremiah are possessed of two certain houses, plots and
tenements with their back sides, outhouses, offices and appurtenances now
in their occupation situate on the south side of the street of Longfd Town,
to make partition between them they have come to the following agreement.
Said Jane St. Maurice shall peacably and quietly have, enjoy , occupy and
possess her dwellinghouse being part of the same premises containing a
street parlour and shop, street under a cellar and kitchen backwards, a
room over the kitchen and therein behind the same, the upper part whereof
to be the property of sd Jeremiah Louther.
Said Jane to have a stable and cowhouse with 18 feet in front to be half
the breadth of said Jeremiah's stable reserving a passage of 3 feet to
the rear of sd Jeremiah's stable, a turf yard, a plot from the end of sd
turf yd to the cabin adjoining Jeremiah's malt house reserving a passage
to sd malthouse.
Secondly it is agreed that sd Jeremiah shall peaably possess and enjoy
all the residue of sd plot, houses, tenements, premises with the appurtenances
sole property of sd jeremiah, his executors, assigns as he now occupies
and enjoys the same.
Thirdly it is agreed that they shall use their best endeavor to procure
separate leases of premises from the Rt. Hon Lord Longford, their landlord.
Lastly sd jeremiah doth covenant for himself and his heirs, etc. and promise
to sd Jane, her heirs, executors etc. that sd Jeremiah will not in any
way disturb or molest sd Jane St. Maurice in the peaceful possessionand
enjoyment fo premises hereby allotted and apportioned unto her. For performance
whereof sd Jeremiah doth bind himself, his heirs etc unto sd Jane, her
heirs etc. in the penal sum of 50 pounds sterling, and sd Jane for herself,
heirs etc. doth covenant to sd Jeremiah that she will not in any sort disturb
or molest sd Jeremiah, his heirs etc. in peaceful possessionof of parts
and premises hereby allotted to him, for performance whereof sd Jane doth
bind herself, heirs, execs etc firmly in the penal sum of 50 pounds sterling.
Magdilane St. Maurice of county of Longford, a single woman or spinster
Samuel Jenkins, of Cloonanny
Robert Jenkins of Trillick, both in Co. of Longfd, Gent.
Memorial witnesses by sd Robert Jenkins and by Ambrose Boyle, of Lngfd,
Co. of Lngfd, Gent
Sworn before me Thomas Hanly, by virtue of Comm for taking affadavits etc
Sworn before us two of his Majesty's Justices of the peace, Thomas Jessop
and Edward Gardiner