SALE - 1777 (Ballaugh)

Know all men by these presents that I Daniel Mylrea of the town of Douglas in the Isle of Man, gentleman, nephew and heir at law of Daniel Mylrea esquire late of Castletown in the said Isle, Deemster, deceased, and also executor and residuary legatee named in the last will and testament of the said Daniel Mylrea deceased by and with the consent and approbation of Leonora Mylrea otherwise Heywood my wife for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and seventy pounds to be unto me secured to be paid on the twelfth day of November next by Thomas Teare of Ballnemona in the parish of Ballaugh in the said Isle have granted, bargained and sold, aliened and confirmed and by these presents do grant, bargain and sell, alien and confirm, unto him the said Thomas Teare his heirs and assigns forever all those parcels of lands situated in the said parish of Ballaugh commonly called Close Cordius containing by the survey thereof eight acres and twenty-seven perches be the same more or less with all profits, commodities, advantages, hereditaments, ways, waters, watercourses, easements, liberties and appurtenances whatsoever to the said premises belonging, or in any wise appertaining and also the reversion and reversions, remainder and remainders of the said premises and of every part thereof and all the estate, right, title, interest, claim and demand whatsoever of me the said Daniel Mylrea of, in and to the said premises and part thereof to have and to hold the said parcels of land and all and singular the premises above mentioned and every part and parcel of the same with the appurtenances unto him the said Thomas Teare his heirs and assigns to the only proper use and behalf of him the said Thomas Teare his heirs and assigns from the said 12th day of November next ensuing the date hereof forever he the said Thomas Teare his heirs and assigns yielding and paying yearly and every year the annual Lord’s Rent with all boons, suits and services due and payable out of the said premises and I the said Daniel Mylrea do covenant, promise and agree to and with the said Thomas Teare that I the said Daniel Mylrea my heirs and assigns shall awarrant and defend the said premises and their appurtenances unto him the said Thomas Teare his heirs and assigns against the claim, challenge or demand of all and every person and persons whomsoever and for the true and faithful performance of this Deed of Sale I the said Daniel Mylrea and Leonora my wife do bind and oblige ourselves our heirs, executors and administrators in the penalty of four hundred pounds sterling. As witness our names this 5th day of September 1777. Daniel Mylrea, Leonora Mylrea

Signed and delivered in presence of us John Hughes, Thomas Craine

29th October 1777 Mr Daniel Mylrea and Mrs Leonora Mylrea acknowledge this Deed of Sale to be their proper and voluntary act and deed and to be paid the consideration money therein mentioned. Before me Thomas Moore

We the Setting Quest of Ballaugh do settle and proportion on the parcel called Close Cordius mentioned in the within Bill of Sale to bear and pay the yearly Lord’s Rent of one shilling and four pence also another parcel in the......... to bear and pay the yearly Lord’s Rent of nine pence and this we return for our answer this 15th May 1778. William Corlett, John Teare, Thomas Craine, Thomas Cowley

At a Baron or Sheading Court holden at Peeltown for Michael Sheading the 22nd day of May 1778 The within Deed of Sale being acknowledged before the Deemster and now openly published in Court and no objection offered against it the same therefore is allowed of, for and in the name and behalf of the most noble John, Duke of Atholl, Lord of the Manor of Mann and the Isles and confirmed by this Court. John Quayle, William Gawne

[Ref: NSS May 1778 #25]


  1. Daniel Mylrea was the son of Thomas Mylrea & Rose Savage, baptised Peel 1750
  2. His was the Deemster/Archdeacon/MHK/Attorney General line of Mylreas; Dollough estate
  3. Daniel's father died in 1759 and Daniel received a significant inheritance at the time
  4. His bachelor uncle (Daniel the Deemster) died 1775, leaving Daniel his main beneficiary. This is one of many parcels of the heriditary Mylrea estate which Daniel sold at this time, returning about £3,000
  5. These sales signalled the end of Mylrea ownership of the fabled Dollough, occupied by the Mylrea clan since records began

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