Joynt Family Chronicles
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Registry of Deeds
Memorial Deed 72


To the Register appointed by act of Parliament for registering Deeds wills and so forth in Ireland.

  A Memorial of an Indented deed of marriage Settlement dated the fifteenth day of January one thousand eight hundred and forty Seven made between William HOMAN of William Street in the City of Limerick Esquire of the first part, Arabella JOYNT of Sir Harry’s Mall in the City of Limerick Widow of the second part, Mary JOYNT of Sir Harry’s Mall aforesaid spinster of the third part, Henry DUGGAN of Ballyclough in the county of Cork Esquire and William JOYNT of Sir Harry’s Mall aforesaid in Said City Esquire of the fourth part, Whereby after reciting amongst other things as therein Said William HOMAN in consideration of said marriage and of the marriage portion of Said Mary JOYNT did grant and Assign unto the Said Henry DUGGAN and William JOYNT all that and those the dwelling house and offices and Small Garden late in the possession and occupation of Elliott O’DONNELL Esquire Surgeon and now in the possession of William COLLINS and also the piece of Ground in the Centre of premises then laid down and described in the map thereof to a certain Indenture of eleventh September one thous and eight hundred and thirty annexed, the four Several parts or sub-divisions of which are now on Said map marked number one and coloured Green, all which Said demised premises are Situate lying and being at Castle Connell Parish of Castle Connell Barony of Clanwilliam and County of Limerick, also all that the dwelling house vaults yard and out offices thereto annexed in as full large and ample a manner as same were held by Edward HOMAN Situate on the South Side of William Street in the Parish of Saint Michael and South Suburbs of the City of Limerick, to have and to hold Said respective premises Situate at Castle Connell in the County of Limerick and William Street in the City of Limerick aforesaid and every part thereof unto the Said Henry DUGGAN and William JOYNT and the Survivor of them his Executors Administrators and Assigns for and during all the rest residue and remainder of the term for years yet to come and unexpired as grant in and by the original Indentures of Lease under which Same are now held, Subject to the payment of the rents and performance of the Covenants in Said Original Leases Contained, upon the trusts uses intents and purposes therein mentioned, which Said Deed was with this writing which purports to be a memorial thereof duly executed by Said William HOMAN in presence of and is witnessed by Thomas John FURNELL of Henry St Limerick Esq and Galbraith JOYNT of Brunswick St in said city Esquire. (signed) William HOMAN.

  Signed Sealed and delivered by Said William HOMAN in presence of (signed) Thos. Jno. FURNELL, Galbraith JOYNT

  The above named Thos Jno FURNELL Maketh Oath and Saith he is a Subscribing witness to the Deed of which this writing purports to be a memorial, as also to this Memorial, Saith he Saw Said Deed and this Memorial duly executed by the Said William HOMAN, and Saith that the name Thos. Jno. FURNELL subscribed as a witness to Said Deed and memorial is his this Deponants proper name and handwriting.

Sworn before me at the City of Limerick this 18th day of January 1847 a Master Extraordinary in Chancery in  of Said City and Known as honesty. (signed) Robert ANGLIM (signed) Thos. Jno. FURNELL

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