LevelItem
Reference numberDDGE-M/1261-1270
TitlePapers relating to an Estate in Ireland part of Conge Abbey - once the property of Tasburgh family
Extent1 bundle, 13 items
Date1635-1749
Description1261
Deed of assignment of the estate of the late abbey or monastery of the Canons of Cong from Sir William ‘Poore’ or Power of Kilbolane, Co Cork, Knight; Richard Scurlocke of Co Mayo, Gent, and Sir Robert Cressy of Cong, Co Mayo, Knight, to trustees Sir Thomas Rotheram of Dublin, Knight and member of the Privy Council; Sir Thomas Waynman of Dublin, Knight and member of the Privy Council; Sir Henry Tichborne of Blessingborne, Co Tyrone, Knight and Sir Charles Coote ‘the younger’ of Castlecoote, Co Roscommon, Knight, for the use of Sir Robert Cressy and his wife Dame Ellin during their lives and then for the use of Cressy Tasburgh.
20 Nov 1635 1 membrane

1262/1–/2
Lease and release of the estate of the late dissolved abbey or monastery of the Canons of Cong, Henry Tasburgh of St Giles-in-the-Fields, Middlesex and his wife Mary Frances with other parties, including Charles Tasburgh, making provision for Mary’s jointure and any issue from their marriage, 17 and 18 May 1695. Includes memorandum limiting the estate of the monastery of Cong to the use of Henry Tasburgh and his heirs, 20 July 1717. [Henry Tasburgh married his second wife Susanna Ravenscroft in July 1717].
17 and 18 May 1695; 20 July 1717 2 items/3 membranes + seals

1263
[Counterpart] release.
18 May 1695 2 membranes + seals.

1264 Receipt for half year’s crown and composition rents amounting to £16.0s.6d., paid by Peregrine Tasburgh for Sir Robert Cressy’s estate in the barony of Kilmaine, signed by Gerald Cuff.
7 Jan 1700[/1] 1 item

1265
Agreement between Owen O’Malley of ‘Ardeach’ [Ardagh, near Newport, Co Mayo] and Henry Tasburgh of the parish of St Giles-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, Esq, that O’Malley’s lease (of the same date) of the Cong Abbey estate would not extend to Henry having to defend or maintain the estate against any claims from George Macnemara and his wife Elizabeth or George Vesey, Henry Hart and Anthony Mills, all clerks or the heirs of Sir Maurice Eustace.
23 Jan 1726[/27] 1 membrane
See 1323/5 & 1307

1266
Agreement between Owen O’Malley and Henry Tasburgh whereby O’Malley agrees to surrender the estate if George Macnemara successfully establishes his ‘pretended’ title, signed by O’Malley, witnessed by Walter Joyce and Walter Grace.
19 Apr 1727 1 membrane.

1267/1–/2
‘Conveyance of Miss Tasburgh’s estates in Ireland to be sold’, lease and release of the estates in Ireland of ‘Mary’ Clare Tasburgh, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, Middlesex, to trustees Peter Legh of Lime, Chester, Esq; Peter Bold of Bold Lancashire, Esq; John Blackburne of Orford, Lancashire and Legh Master the younger of Newhall, Lancashire, part of her marriage settlement with Sir Thomas Gerard of Brin, Lancaster.
16 & 17 June 1749 2 items/3 membranes and seals

1268/1–/2
‘Conveyance of Miss Tasburgh’s estates in Ireland to be sold’, [counterpart] lease and release.
16 & 17 June 1749 2 items/3 membranes and seals

Bundle within a bundle DDGE(M) 1269–1270

1269 Deed of covenants for the purchase of the Cong Abbey estate, Sir Thomas Gerard of Garswood and Eusebius Lowe, of the city of Dublin, merchant, signed by Sir Thomas but not by Lowe.
16 Jan 1753 1 membrane
Conservation Note: some damage from rodents.

1270 Deed of covenants, Sir Thomas Gerard and Eusebius Lowe, ‘explaining the terms of the purchase’. [Appears to be the counterpart of 1269].
16 Jan 1753 1 membrane
Conservation Note: considerable damage from rodents.

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