WILLIAM MYLROIE from

MORTGAGE - 1841 (Lonan)

Know all men by these presents that I William Mylroie of Laxey in the parish of KK Lonan do hereby own and acknowledge myself to be and stand justly indebted unto John Gill of the parish of Lezayre in the just and full sum of forty pounds lawful money to the payment whereof with interest thereout at the rate of five per cent per annum yearly and every year to be paid and all costs and charges incident hereon I the said William Mylroie bind and oblige myself, my heirs, executors, administrators and assigns in and under the penalty hereinafter mentioned

And for the further and better security of him the said John Gill in the repayment of the said sum as aforesaid I the said William Mylroie by and with the consent of Jane Mylroie als Gelling my wife have given, granted and passed over in security and by these presents do give, grant and pass over in security unto the said John Gill all and singular that small parcel of land to me belonging, situate in Laxey and whereon I now live, consisting of a house, garden and easements with the buildings thereon adjoining the rent of John Casement and James Quayle on the east and south east the rent of Jane Fargher and William Walker on the south and west and the rent of said William Walker and John Lace on the north and of the annual Lord’s rent of 2½d or thereabouts

To have and to hold unto the said John Gill, his executors, administrators and assigns the said plot of ground with the houses and buildings erected thereon and all ways, rights, and advantages thereto belonging in security until the repayment of the said sum of forty pounds with the interest arising thereon and all costs and charges thereon, and we do convenant and engage that we will awarrant and defend the premises hereby granted to him, the said John Gill, against the claim or demand of all persons whomsoever And for the true and faithful performance hereof we the said William Mylroie and Jane Mylroie bind and oblige ourselves, our heirs, executors, administrators and assigns in the penal sum of eighty pounds to be levied according to law

Witness our subscriptions this 11th day of November 1841. William Mylroie, Jane Mylroie my X

Signed and delivered in presents of John Corlett, Hugh Gill

At Ramsey 11th November 1841 William Mylroie and Jane Mylroie the executing parties to the before written bond and security acknowledged the same to be their proper act and deed. Before me Fredrick Tellet

Know all men by these presents that I John Gill of the parish of Lezayre do own and acknowledge to have received from J B Clucas advocate the sum of sixteen pounds ten shillings with interest thereout and the costs and charges attending the same, being the amount due under a certain Deed of Bond and Security passed to me by William Mylroie of Laxey in the parish of Lonan and Jane his wife for the principal sum of forty pounds, charging certain dwelling house, garden and easements situate at Laxey in parish of Lonan and bearing date the 11th day of November 1841, I do therefore desire and request that the said Deed of Bond and Security be and stand cancelled. As witness my name this 15 April 1842. John Gill

Signed and delivered in presents of John Dawson

At Ramsey 15 April 1842 John Gill the executing party to the before written receipt acknowledge the same to be his proper act and deed. Before me Fredrick Tettet

At a Common Law Court holden at Ramsey the 16 November 1841 the foregoing Deed having been captioned by a High Bailiff and published without objection is ordered to be recorded J. Christian

Rolls Office 22 May 1844 cancelled by virtue of the annexed receipt and discharge by John Hutchin

Ref: CTD May 1841 #26

NOTES

  1. ALL COLBY - Close Moar
  2. William was the son of David Mylroie jnr & Catherine Quayle, and born 1803 in Lonan
  3. He was their fourth son (second surviving), and he married Jane Gelling in 1829
  4. William & Jane had 8 children in all, three who probably died in childhood, the remaining 4 migrating to the USA where they established a branch of the Close Moar Mylroie clan
  5. William was a baker in Laxey, and died at the age of 45
  6. He purchased the cottage tenancy being mortgaged in this Deed in 1832

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