NICHOLAS MYLREA jnr to William Mylechraine

MORTGAGE - 1805 (Ballaugh)

Know all men by these presents that I Nicholas Mylrea of the parish of Ballaugh with the full and free consent of Margaret Mylrea otherwise Kneen my wife for and in consideration of the sum of twenty pounds Manx currency already paid and satisfied unto me at by and from the hands of William Mylechraine of the parish of KK Andrews have given granted alienated and mortgaged and by those presents do hereby give grant alient and mortgage unto him the said William Mylechraine his heirs, executors and assigns all and singular that parcel of land commonly called and known by the name of Croit-curry and adjoining to the road or lane that leads to the curraugh on the north to David Kneale’s croft on the east and to Daniel Boddaugh’s land on the south and west, the said premise being cottage land and bearing the yearly Lord’s Rent of sixpence halfpenny or thereabouts and being situated in the parish of Ballaugh to have and to hold unto him the said William Mylechraine his heirs, executors administrators and assigns the said premise with all and every its ways, waters, watercourses, easements, liberties and appurtenances to the same belonging in the nature of an absolute mortgage according to the tenor of the Act of Settlement for the term of five years commencing from the day of the date hereof and so on from year to year afterwards until the said consideration money with all costs and charges attending this mortgage be fully repaid and satisfied He the said mortgagee yielding and paying the Lord’s Rent of said premise with all other boons, duties and services payable out of the same provided and it is hereby agreed upon that we the said mortgagers our heirs, executors and assigns are to occupy and reap the profits and issuer of the beforementioned premise upon paying rent unto the said mortgagee his heirs executors or assigns after the rate of one shilling per pound yearly out of said consideration money of twenty pounds at the expiration of each and every year of this demise but in default and failure of such a payment of said interest upon the expiration of each and every year of this demise as the same becomes due then it shall and may be lawful for the said William Mylrechraine his heirs executors administrators and assigns to enter upon and continue the possession of said premise and to have hold and enjoy the same from year to year afterwards until the said consideration money of twenty pounds with all interest due thereon behind and in arrear and all cost and charges attending this Deed of Mortgage be fully repaid and satisfied We the said Nicholas Mylrea and Margaret my said wife hereby engaging to uphold awarrant and defend the said premes in the peaceable possession of the said mortgagee his heirs executors and assigns against the claim title or challenge of any other person or persons whatsoever and for the true and faithful performance of all and singular the beforementioned Deed of Mortgage we the said Nicholas Mylrea and Margaret Mylrea my said wife do bind and oblige ourselves our heirs executors administrators and assigns under the penalty of forty pounds sterling to be levied and paid according to law

As witness our subscriptions this 29th of November 1805 Nich Mylrea, Margaret Mylrea my mark X

Signed and delivered in presence of William Corlet, Thomas Corlet

At Ramsey 19th April 1806 Nicholas Mylrea and Margaret Mylrea the parties to the beforewritten Deed of Mortgage acknowledged the same to be their proper act and deed and to be fully paid the consideration money

Before me Thomas Gawne

At a Court Baron holden at KK Michael for the Sheadings Michael Ayre Garff on 22nd April 1806 The beforewritten deed having been acknowledged in court before an High Bailiff and being now openly published in court and no objection offered against it the same is ordered to be recorded John F Crellin John Coshahan

Know all men by these presents that I William Mylechraine of the parish of Andreas do hereby acknowledge to have received from the hands of Nicholas Mylrea of the parish of Ballaugh the sum of twenty pounds Manx currency which being the principal of a Deed of Mortgage granted by the said Nicholas Mylrea and Margaret Mylrea otherwise Kneen his wife to me the said William Mylecharaine upon a parcel of cottage lands situate in the parish of Ballaugh bearing the date the 29th of November 1805. Therefore I the said William Mylecharaine do hereby exonerate and discharge him the said Nicholas Mylrea from having any further claim or demand made from me the said William Mylecharaine or assigns upon the said premises and do desire and request that the said original deed be cancelled upon records John Crellin, John Cosnahan

As witness our subscriptions at the signing hereof this 11th November 1808 Thomas Mylechrain, William Mylrea

At Ramsey 17th December 1806 William Mylrechraine the party to the .... written receipt hath acknowledged the same to be his proper act and deed before me Thomas Gawne

Seneschal's Office 30th September 1809 cancelled by virtue of the annexed receipt and discharge ...... Moore (Seneschal)

[Ref: NSM May 1806 #10]

NOTES

  1. Ballacorraige
  2. Croit e curry came into the Mylrea family via the 1774 Marriage Contract for Nicholas jnr & Margaret Kneen, when the Kneen family contributed several fields
  3. Even though it was mortgaged to William Mylechraine, Croit e curry continued to be used by the Mylreas, possibly for crops or livestock
  4. This was the third mortgage that Nicholas jnr had taken out, the first two in 1789 and 1895 respectively, neither of which had been discharged by the time this particular mortgage was entered in to
  5. The following month, Nicholas Mylrea jnr re-mortgaged The Flatt for £60. In 1789, he had mortgaged it to Thomas Tear for £32

Associated Documents

Last updated: Apr 2013