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Rev Robert Moffett to Harman - 1786
A Memorial of an Indented Deed bearing date the 16th day of March in the year of Our Lord 1786 and made between the Reverend Robert Moffett of Parkplace in the County of Longford Clerk of the one part and Laurence Harman Harman of Newcastle in the Count of Longford Esq of the other part reciting as therein is recited the said deed witnesseth that the said Robert Moffett for the consideration of 900 to him paid by the said Laurence Harman Harman did grant and assign unto the said Laurence Harman Harman all that and those the townland of Lillpatrick and Rathrorey together with all that plot or Tenement of Ground in Bunbrusna Commonly called Skellys Tenement formerly in the Posession of Anthony Hamilton Gent. Deceased, situate lying and being in the Barony of Corkree in the Manor of Mullingar and County of Westmeath containing two hundred and sixty six acres To hold the same with the appurces. to Laurence Harman Harman, his exetrs admors. and assigns for and during the remainder of the term of Thirty one years then to come and unexpired subject to the rent covenants in the said recited lease mentioned anlso subject to the provision or condition of Redemption in the said Deed mentioned to which said deed of which this is a Memorial and to this Memorial Charles Croker and Patrick Corbett both of the City of Dublin are subscribing witnesses . Robert Moffett Seal. Signed, Sealed and Delivered in the presence of Cha. Croker, Pat Corbett The above named Charles Croker maketh oath that he was present and did see the above named Robert Moffett duly sign seal and execute the above memorial deed and also sign seal and esecute the above Memorial and Deposeth that the name Charles Croker signed as wa witness to the said Deed and this Memorial is this Depts. proper handwriting and that the Delivered the said Deed and this Memorial to Mr. John Moore, Deputy Reg. the fith day of May 1786 at or near twelve of the clock in the forenoon. Chas Croker Sworn before me the 5th day of May 1786. Jno. Moore. Deputy Regr.
Robert Moffitt and aw. / Jervis St. Infy - 1802
To the Regr. appointed by Act of Parliament for the public Regg of Deeds, Leases and Soforth in Ireland, or his Deputy Ac Memorial of an Indented deed of Lease bearing date the 22nd day of May in the year 1802 made between Wm Pleasants of Knockbet in the Queent's County Esq and the Revd. Robert Moffett of Park place in the Co. of Longford Clk Mortgagee of the premises thereby demised of the one part and the Governors and Guardians of the Charitable Informary in Jervais Street in the City of Dublin Incorporated by Royal Charter of the other part whereby the said William Pleasants by and with the consent of the said Robert Moffitt testified by his living an executing party thereto in consideraton of 400 pound sterling paid to the said Wm. Pleasants and conson of the Rents and Covenants therein contained did demise and set unto the said governors and Guardians and their successors from time to time Governors and Guardians of said Infi rmary all that the north part of the present building and Concerns called the Charitable Informary situated in Jervais St in the City of Dublin, Dontg. by a Survey made thereof 38 feet three inches in front or thereabts in the rere 39 feet or therabts. etc etc.
Deed witnessed by Joseph Midlicott of the City of Dublin Gent, and this Memorial is also witnessed by the Said Joseph Midlicott and Andrew Moffett of the said city, gent,
Wm. Pleasants seal. Robert Moffett. Seal.
Signed and sealed in the presence of Jos Midlecott and Andw Moffett.
of May 1802 at or naear half past 12 o'clock in the noon of same day.
Robert Moffitt, Rev. Moffitt and others /Moffett and aw.1805
To the Regr. appointe by Act of Parliament etc A Memorial of a deed of Settlement dated 6th Nov 1805 made between Aghmuty Richardson of Richmount in the Co. Longford esq and Jane Richardson otherwise Moffett his wife of the first part, The Revd Robt Moffett of Park Place in said County Clerk, which Said Robert Moffett is surviving trustee named in the last will of Aghmuty Richardson late of Cooleshall in the said county decd, of the second part, and Andrew Moffett of the City of Dublin Gent, and Arthur Richardson of Richfort in said Co. Longford. esq of the third part Rectd. of said Aghmuty Richardson deceased being seized in fee or in freehold of and in the town and lands of Ballybeg, Ballygibbough and part of the lands of Ballintubber and Loughshidden in the Barony of Moydow and County of Longford, by his last will dated 25th August 1787 devised unto said Robert Moffett and to Samuel Aghmuty Clerk, since decd. the aforesaid towns and land in trust for the several uses therin mentioned to the use of said Aghmuty Richardson for life with remainder to the first of the sons of said Aghmuty Richardson and in default of such issue male then to the use of Andrew Richardson Brother of said Aghmuty (party hereto) fo life with like remained to his first and other sons and in default of such issue then to the use of Henry Richardson, brother of said Andrew and in default of such issue then to the use of Testator's nephew Arthur Richardson, for life as assds. and after several ten. over therein therein limitted with an ultimate remainder in fee to the Right Heirs of the said Testator or to that effect and by said will said Testator ordered and directed that the Sevl. persons have power when in posession of such estate by any Deed to Chare their Test. Estates with any sum or sums of money not exceeding 50 pounds by the year as a provision for any woman or women and of them, Should Marry and by P. Will further ordered that said Aghmuty Richardson Andrew and Henry Richardson or which ever of them should happen to be the eldest son of his nephew James Merwyn Richardson, should not occupy possess or enjoy all or any of this estates or lands by said will devised as aforesaid until such eldest son should attain his age of 25 years that a treaty of marriage was theretofore entered into and solemnized between said Aghmuty Richardson and said Jane Moffett, and there is issue male of said marriage. The said Aghmuty having at time of said marriage attained his full age of 21 but not having attained his age of 25 years He could not thee under the before rectd. will., settle and secure unto said Jane in case she should survive him / said annuity of 50 pounds per annum which it was by articles of agreement entered into previous to said marriage agreed upon that He should Settle/Secure for her in addition to other provision made for Her as after mentioned that previous to the teaty of solemnization of said marriage and in order to make a provision for said Jane it was agreed upon by said articles by all the parties thereto in consideration of said marriage and of 1,000 p[ounds the marriage portion of said Jane in case said Aghmuty should die before he should attain the age of 25 years or executed such Deed as should be thought necessary for the purpose of letting and securing to said Jane, said Annuity of 50 pounds to be chargeable upon said lands and premises that said Aghmuty together with Andrew Richardson of the City of Dublin Gent, his brother, who was entitled to a remainder in said lands on decease of said Aghmuty without issue male, should and would execute unto said Andrew Moffit and Arthur Richardson their joint and several bond with w??? of attny in the sum of 2,000 conditioned for payment of l,000 pounds to for and upon the seveal uses after ??that said Aghmuty Richardson on the 13th August 1804 attained his full age of 25 years. etc etc. and thereby became enabled under the will of said Ahmuty decd to settle and secure said annuity of 50 pound to his said wife in case She should survive him said deed withnessed that in consideration of 1,000 pounds the marriage portion of said Jane, the said Aghmuty did grant and confirm unto said Andrew Moffett, and Arthur Richardson and their heirs and assisgns, said lands of Ballybeg, Ballygibbough, Ballintubber and Loughstridden in Co. Longford aforsd. with etc etc.
Robert Moffitt, Revd. Moffitt and others/Smith and aw. - 1808
Settlement of an indented deed of a mariage settlement bearing date of 31st Aug 1808 and made between Rev Rober Moffett of Park place in the Co. Longford, Clerk of the 1st part, Andrew Moffett -City of Dublin, his only son of the 2nd part, Rev John Smith of Limcarory in the Count of Tapy ?? Clerk of the 3rd part, and Susan Smith Spinster of Lismacrory youngest daughter of John Smith and Jalno Smith the younger of Farmlodge in the County Down. Marriage to be solemnized between Andrews Moffett and Susan Smith Robert Moffett in consideration and intent of said marriage did grant bargain, sell release and confim et to said John Smith and Aghmuty Richardson all that and those lands of Cordwin Cant. of by Survy and all the town and lands of Clonkeen cont. by Survey and also the town and lands of Corregeen Park Parkplace containing by survey 101 acres and also the town and lands of Liskett contd. by survey all and such 3rd lands and premises are situate in the Co. of Longford etc. etc.