ROBERT MYLROIE to ODD FELLOWS LODGE

Mortgage - 1864 (Lonan)

Know all men by these presents that Robert Mylroie of the parish of Lonan doth own and acknowledge himself to be and stand justly endebted to Robert Hutchinson, treasurer, and Robert Kelly, William Corkill and John Killip, trustees of the North Star Lodge of Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Manchester Unity, Laxey in the sum of one hundred and fifty pounds sterling to the payment whereof well and truly to be made unto the said Robert Hutchinson Robert Kelly, William Corkill and John Killip and the survivors and survivor of them and the executors, administrators and assigns of such survivor with interest thereon at the rate of five per cent per annum payable yearly reducible nevertheless to four and one half per centum per annum if paid punctually as the same becomes due or within two months thereafter and all costs and charges the said Robert Mylroie hereby binds himself, his heirs, executors, and administrators in and under the penalty hereinafter mentioned. And for the further and better security of the said Robert Hutchinson, Robert Kelly, William Corkill and John Killip in their said capacity …………… in the premises. Know ye that the said Robert Mylroie by and with the consent of Catharine his wife testified by her becoming a party to and executing these presents hath given, granted, transferred and passed over in security and by these presents doth give, grant, transfer and pass over in security unto the said Robert Hutchinson, Robert Kelly, William Corkill and John Killip trustees as aforesaid all and singular those lands and ………………in the parish of Lonan aforesaid bounded on the north by the lands of Thomas Croughan, on the south and west by the lands of Thomas Cowin, and on the east by the lands of James Mylroie hereby granting in security the whole of the property settled by David Mylroie on the said Robert Mylroie by Deed duly recorded and bearing date the 18th day of October 1832 and all lands belonging to him in the said parish of Lonan to have and to hold the said before described lands and premises together with all rights and appertenances to the same belonging or in any wise appertaining unto the said Robert Hutchinson, Robert Kelly, William Corkill and John Killip and the survivor of them and the executors, administrators and assigns of such survivor until the said principal sum of one hundred and fifty pounds with all interest, costs and charges due and owning hereon be fully paid off and satisfied provided also and it is hereby agreed upon that the principal money of this security shall not be called in or paid off without six months previous notice being first given by the party desirous to call in or pay off the same. And it is hereby ………….. agreed upon that in case the said Robert Mylroie, his heirs, executors, and administrators should fail to pay off the principal, interest, costs and charges due and owing hereon after receiving due notice as aforesaid then and in such case it shall be lawful for the said Robert Hutchinson, Robert Kelly, William Corkill and John Killip and their assigns and the survivor of them and the executors, administrators and assigns of such survivor to sue out execution against the said Robert Myroie, his heirs, executors and administrators for the amount thereof and there under for the proper officer of the law to sell and dispose of the lands and premises hereby granted in security or so much thereof of as shall be sufficient to satisfy and pay off the principal, interest, costs and charges due and owing hereon. And the said Robert Mylroie doth hereby for himself, his heirs, executors, and administrators covenant, engage and agree to and with the said Robert Hutchinson, Robert Kelly, William Corkill and John Killip that he hath, with the consent aforesaid, good right and power to encumber the lands and premises in manner aforesaid and that he will maintain and defend the same to the said Robert Hutchinson, Robert Kelly, William Corkill and John Killip and their assigns and the survivor of them and the heirs and assigns of such survivor from the claim or demand of all persons whomsoever. And for the true and faithful hereof the said Robert Mylroie hereby binds and oliges himself, his heirs, executors and administrators in and under the penalty of three hundred pounds to be levied and paid according to law. In witness whereof he has hereunto subscribed his name this 13th day of February 1864. Robert Mylroie, Catherine Mylroie her X

Signed and delivered in presence of H.B.Watts, John H. …..

At Douglas the 13 February 1864 H.D.Watts esquire one of the subscribing witnesses to the execution of the foregoing Deed (and who is personally known to me) made oath that such Deed was duly executed by Robert Mylroie or “Mylroie” and Catherine Mylroie the executing parties thereto in presence of the deponent and of John H. Cullin the other subscribing witness. Before me …………

Registry Office 18 February 1864 I certify that the foregoing Deed was this day at the hour of three o’clock afternoon received by me at this Office for the purpose of being registered and recorded according to law and that the same is duly registered and recorded Requisition Book 6 page 10 No 124. H.B.Watts, D Registrar

[Ref Feb 1864 #51]

NOTES

  1. Close Moar
  2. Robert Mylroie was the youngest son of David Mylroie and Catherine Mylroie als Quayle, and baptised 1811 in Lonan
  3. Robert married three times and had 13 children; (1) Margaret Kewley 1834, 7 children (2) Mary Gawn 1847, 2 children (3) Catherine Kneale abt 1851, 4 children
  4. In this Deed, Robert mortgaged the property he had received from his partnes in 1833 for £150
  5. A year after his death Catherine took out a mortgage for £22 with the same lenders
  6. Things did not end happily for this family, with the estate being forcibly sold in 1885 when the debt had blown out to £188/10/0

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