Sale - 1832 (Ballaugh)

Summary kindly provided by Frances Coakley

dated 20 Mar 1832; recites decree of Court of Chancery dated 17 Feb 1828 by wch William Cain + John Cain (both KK Michael + guardians of Wm Mylrea a minor and heir-at-law of late Nicholas Mylrea ) and Elinor Mylrea (widow + admr of sd Nicholas Mylrea) to sell certain lands in Ballaugh known as Ballacorrage by public auction - at wch John Keig (Ballaugh) was highest bidder at £351 (British) - mortgage due to Thomas Kelly to be redeemed - sd premises adj highway to Bollagh on east, John Callister + Ann Quine on south, river on west and John Quine + the school house croft on northside

Witt Thomas Caine, Henry Caine

[Ref: NSS May 1837 #5]


  1. Ballacorraige
  2. The minor, William Mylrea, was the older son and heir-at-law of William Mylrea of Ballacorraige who drowned in 1816, leaving the family in a parlous state financially
  3. Pressed for funds, his mother had applied to the Court of Chancery in 1828 for permission to sell the family's estate or at least part of it. This sale to Keig represents her subsequent action
  4. The major mortgagee, Thomas Kelly, should have been repaid after this sale but his receipt is dated 1851
  5. Just before this petition, William had again applied to the Courts for a guardian
  6. These 1832 transactions are the last time this Mylrea family was sighted on the Isle of Man

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