THOMAS McYLREA to THOMAS CURLET

SALE - 1749 (Douglas)

Know all men by these presents that I Thomas McYlrea of Liverpool, nephew to Ann Harrison of the city of Dublin wife of Thomas Harrison both lately deceased, with the full and free consent and assent of my wife Mary diverse good causes us thereunto moving but more especially for and in consideration of the full and just sum of six pounds six shillings British to us already paid before the execution of these presents at, by and from the hands of Thomas Curlet of the town of Douglas, the receipt of which we hereby do acknowledge have given, granted, bargained, passed over and sold and do by these presents give, grant, bargain, pass over and forever absolutely sell from us, our heirs, executors, administrators and assigns all the right, title, interest and property that we now have or hereafter may, might or could have of, in and under a certain house and garden suituate in the said town of Douglas joining to John Lewn’s on the south side, to Thomas Mylrea's on the north east and to the Common Street on the south east of the annual rent of one penny farthing or thereabouts unto him the said Thomas Curlet, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns to have and to hold unto him the said Thomas Curlet, his executors, administrators and assigns the premises aforesaid together with all ways, waters, watercourses, easements, liberties, profits and advantages to the premises in any wise appertaining yielding and paying yearly and every year such rent as the premises bear with all other dues, duties, suits, boons, and services out of the premises at times usual and accustomed and we the said Thomas Mylrea and Mary my wife do covenant, bargain and agree to and with him the said Thomas Curlet his executors, administrators and assigns and bind and oblige ourselves our heirs, executors, administrators and assigns to uphold and warranty the premises and its appurtenances unto him the said Thomas Curlett his executors, administrators and assigns against all and every person or persons claiming any right or title to the premises and likewise to do, perform and execute any other and further acts or things that in law shall or may be requisite or necessary for the suremaking and ascertaining thereof and for the true and faithful performance hereof and of all and singular the covenants herein mentioned and ............ we the said Thomas Mylrea and Mary my wife do hereby bind and oblige ourselves our heirs, executors, administrators and assigns in and under the penalty and forfeiture of twenty pounds sterling to be levied and paid according to law. As witness our hands this 13th September 1749 Thomas Mylrea, Mary Mylrea

Signed and delivered in presence of us William Curphey, John Moore

13th September 1749 Thomas McYlrea and Mary McYlrea acknowledged the within and above Bill of Sale to be their voluntary act and deed and also to be paid and satisfied the full consideration money therein mentioned. This before me John Taubman

At a Sheading Court at Douglas holden the 9th of October 1751 The within and above Bill of Sale being acknowledged before the Deemster and now openly published in Court and no objection offered against it is therefore allowed of and confirmed according to law. Dan Mylrea, William Christian, John Taubman, John Quayle

[Ref SSS Oct 1749 #46]

NOTES

  1. Ann Harrison was sister of Margaret McYlrea, Thomas's mother
  2. This property was probably the one sold to Thomas Harrison, Ann's husband, in 1728 after another Lewn sister (Marriot Moore) died and and appointed her siblings Ann Harrison, Margaret McYlrea and Robert Lewn as administrators of her will. The neighbours are the same as they were in 1728 although the relative location of the properties is different. One neighbour, Thomas McYlrea, was probably the vendor's father. In that case, he was still alive in 1749
  3. When Ann Harrison died twenty years later, she appointed Thomas (the son of Thomas & Margaret) as co-administrator of her estate. Thomas immediately sold his share to the other administrator, Ann Corlet daughter of Robert Lewn. So this little house in Douglas had gone from being jointly owned by the Lewn siblings to being owned by one of perhaps only two descendents of this clan
  4. In 1748, a Thomas MULRAY sailor married a Mary Norton on 23rd February in the parish of St Nicholas, Liverpool, information that "fits" as belonging to Thomas McYlrea, the vendor of his aunt's Douglas property
  5. The 1729 sale was for £16, and Thomas's sale to Curlett was for £6/6/- which is not quite half of the value of the first sale, if the property in question was the same one.

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