Joynt Family Chronicles
A One-Name Study

Registry of Deeds
Memorial 176

To the Registrar appointed by act of Parliament for Registering Deeds wills Leases and So forth in Ireland

A Memorial of a Deed Poll bearing date the twenty seventh day of July one thousand eight hundred and forty-two whereby Anthony Joynt of Ballina in the County of Mayo Esquire for the considerations therein mentioned granted and confirmed to his daughter Dianna Joynt of Ballina aforesaid spinster all and Singular the household goods furniture beds bedding china linen glass and all and singular the other goods chattles and ??mentioned and described in or by the Inventory or schedule thereof or thereunder written viz one mahogany table, mahogany chairs, one mahogany chest of Drawers, one piano forte and Stool, Two brass fenders and five ??, Five bed steads, Beds and bedding, Two chests of Drawers, Two Dressing Tables, One clothespress, One ??ger, Five Dressing glasses, three bason stands, Two large School room tables, Six forms, Two globes, One Kitchen table Dresser ??, Two pair of plated candlesticks, one cruit stand, Four small common Tables, A little china, Delph and glass. To hold the same personal Estate and effects unto the said Diana Joynt her Executors administrators and assigns for her and their use and benefit and which deed contains the usual covenant of Warranty and states that the said Anthony Joynt did at the time of the Execution thereof put the said Diana Joynt into full possession of the said goods and chattles in the manner therein mentioned the execution of which deed and this memorial respectively by the Said Anthony Joynt is witnessed by Robert Power and John Byrne both of Ballina in the said county of Mayo and required to be registered by the said Anthony Joynt the grantor of said deed as Witness my hand and seal this Thirtyeth day of August one thousand eight hundred and forty two-[signed] Anthony Joynt

Signed and sealed in the presence of [signed] Robert Power [signed] John Byrne

The above named Robert Power of Ballina in the County of Mayo householder maketh oath and saith that he is a subscribing witness to the deed of which the foregoing writing is a memorial and to the said memorial and saith he saw the said deed and memorial duly executed by the above named Anthony Joynt of Ballina aforesaid Esquire in the presence of this deponent and of John Byrne of said town of Ballina Yeoman and saith the name Robert Power subscribed as a witness to the execution of said deed and memorial respectively is this deponent's proper name and handwritings. Sworn before me at Ballina in the County of Mayo this Thirtieth day of August 1842...[signed] Robert Power

Bourne(s) Families of Ireland" (Mary A. Strange, 1970) for the surname

Found the following footnote on P. 54:

"Charles Atkinson Esq. of Ballina married Miss McCarthy Cormack and they
had Robert Atkinson . . . . .Frances Atkinson who married James Higgins
and Diana Atkinson who married Anthony Joynt of Ballina"

Source quoted as "The Gildea Family records" compiled by G.P. Gildea in

Dates of the above not clear but somewhere between 1821 and perhaps 1906

From LDS film 0897365 Kilmoremoy Parish Records:

Anthony JOYNT and Diana
Frances b. 20 Aug 1818 in Ballina (Kilmoremoy Parish)

Clare Journal Jan 27 1853
At Ardnaree Church, William Landy Esq., Lieut. North Mayo Regiment, to Diana, eldest daughter of Anthony Joynt Esq., of Ballina.


Griffith's Valuation: Mayo

Parish: Kilmoremoy
Location: Ballina
JOYNT, Anthony
JOYNT, Eleanor
JOYNT, Henry
JOYNT, James

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