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As to the Lands of Mullaghmore
By Indenture dated 26th June 1662 made between Sir Audley Mervyn and James Perry It is Witnessed that Sir Audley Mervyn in consideration of the covenants thereinafter mentioned granted unto said James Perry the lands including the lands firstly mentioned at heading hereof therein described as
“All that ye one Balliboe or
“townland Commonly called or known
“by the name of ^ Mullorkmore Mullaghmore containing
“by estimation three score acres be
“it more or less bounded on the South
“part with Seskinore on the West
“part with the river called Owen
“Cogery on the North part with
“Tartaragh and on the East part with
“Tolleroth situate and being within
“the proportion of Eddergold in the
“said County and are now in the use
“and occupation of said James Perry
“or his assigns together with all the arable
Excepting all great trees liberties and royalties of whatsoever Kind or nature unto said Sir Audley Mervyn his heirs and assigns
To Hold same with the appurtenances unto said James Perry his heirs and assigns for ever To be holden of said Sir Audley Mervyn his heirs and assigns as of his Manor of Tuchett in fee farm to the sole use of said James Perry his heirs and assigns for ever the same to be held in fealty in free and common Soceage.
Subject to the perpetual yearly rent of £3.13.4 then current money of England at the feasts of Michaelmas and Easter by equal proportions And upon the death of said James Perry and every of their heirs and assigns dying tenant and seized of the premises his second best beast or 20/- of said current money in name of a heriott or lieu
Covenants by James Perry to serve at Assizes and Sessions and do suits and services at Courts Leet and Courts Barron to be held for the Manor of Tuchett and not to commence any suit against any tenants unless as therein.
Powers of Distress and Re entry
Covenant by said James Perry to build house and to dwell therein
Covenant by Sir Audley Mervyn for further assurance and to indemnify as therein.
Covenant by said James Perry to grind corn at the Mill of Tuchett
Proviso that nothing therein contained should bind said Sir Audley Mervyn to warrant the premises against any person claiming any interests from Thomas Perry deceased father of the said James Perry.
Executed by said Sir Audley Mervyn and attested
Memorandum of delivery of possession endorsed.
Abstract of Title for the Estate of John Knox McClintock Record LR1/220/1/A11 E.C. 4481 Co. Tyrone.
Reproduced with the permission of the Deputy Keeper of the Records, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland. (PRONI).
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