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TRANSCRIPT OF A DEED FROM THE REGISTRY OF DEEDS DUBLIN
1884 Vol 11 Entry 171

VAUGH                                     | To the Registrar appointed by act of Parliament for
to                                                | the registering of deeds wills and conveyances in Ireland
McCAUSLAND & ors               | Memorial of an indenture made the twenty third of February
Reg'd 28 Feb'y 1884 at 10 m's   | one thousand eight hundred and eighty four Between William
after 3 O'C  
.............................................    | VAUGH of Drumdoolin in the County of Roscommon farmer of the first part Sophia VAUGH of Leitrim in the County of Leitrim of the second part and the Reverend William McCAUSLAND of Castlerea in the County of Roscommon aforementioned clerk and Wilton VAUGH of Leitrim aforesaid Gentleman therein after called the trustees of the third part reciting a marriage had been agreed upon and was intended to be shortly solemnised between the said William VAUGH and Sophia VAUGH and after further reciting as therein It was by said deed of which this writing is a memorial witnessed that in pursuance of the agreement therein and in consideration of said intended marriage and the sum of four hundred pounds on the execution of said indenture by the said Sophia VAUGH paid to the said trustees of the said William VAUGH did thereby grant unto the said trustees and their heirs all that and those that part of the lands of Drumdoolin situate in the Barony of Castlerea and County of Roscommon aforesaid containing forty acres Irish Plantation measure or thereabouts being the lands on which he then resided and which were then held by him the said William VAUGH under a lease for three lives two of which lives are still in being to wit the George GRAY of Dalefield in the County of Roscommon Gentleman and James VAUGH of at the yearly rent of forty seven pounds six shillings and eight pence together with all buildings fixtures rights casements and appurtenances there unto belonging and all the estate and interest of him the said William VAUGH in said premises To hold the said premises unto the trustees and their heirs to the use of the said William VAUGH and his heirs until the said intended marriage and after the solemnisation there of to the uses and upon the trusts and subjects to the powers and provisions therein after declared of and concerning the same and said indenture also witnessed that in pur-
sueance of the said agreement and for the consideration afore said William VAUGH did there by assign unto the trustees their executors administrators and assigns firstly all that and those that other part of the lands of Drumdoolin aforesaid situate in the Barony of Castlerea and County of Roscommon aforesaid containing Twenty acres Irish Plantation measure or there abouts and then held by the said William VAUGH as tenant from year to year at the yearly rent of twenty seven pounds secondly all that and those that part of the lands of Drumintemple situate in the Barony of Ballymoe and County of Roscommon containing sixty five acres Irish Plantation measure or thereabouts and then held by the said William VAUGH as tenant from year to year at the yearly rent of ninety five pounds ten shillings thirdly all and singular the furniture chattels household goods and effects therein after called household goods in or about the said residence of him the said William VAUGH on the lands therein before expressed to be thereby granted and which house hold goods were specified in the first schedule there under written and forthly
all and singular the horses cattle sheep pigs carts carriages farming implements and live and farming stock of every kind therein after called farming stock & premises thereby assigned to hold the same unto the trustees their executors administrators and
assigns In trust for the said William VAUGH until the said marriage and after the solemnisation thereof upon the trusts and subject to the powers and provisions therein after declared of and concerning the same which said deed and this memorial as to the execution there of by the said William VAUGH and witnessed by James BLACK of Leitrim Post Master and John GILBOY of Leitrim aforesaid letter carrier both in the county of Leitrim and as to the execution of said deed by the said Sophia VAUGH & William VAUGH is witnessed by the said James BLACK and John GILBOY William VAUGH (seal) signed and sealed by the said William VAUGH in presence of James BLACK Post Master Leitrim John GILBOY Leitrim Letter carrier The above named James BLACK maketh oath & saith he is a subscribing witness to the deed of which the above writing is a memorial and also to said memorial and saith he saw said deed and the memorial respectively duly executed by the above named William VAUGH and saith the name James BLACK subscribed as a witness to said deed and memorial respectively is deponents proper name and handwriting James BLACK sworn before me this 25th day of February one thousand eight hundred and eighty four at Carrick on Shannon in the County of Leitrim afore mentioned for taking affidavits for the high court of justice in Ireland and I know the deponent W McGEE commissioner


Doug Vaugh, England 13 January 2000                  Deeds index