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Fergusons of Westmeath

LDS Film 558710

File No 15, Memorial No 106
Ferguson to Colclough 1862

Joseph Ferguson of Mullingar and Anne Ferguson, his wife of the first part

Beauchamp Henry Colclough of Wexford, County Wexford, captain in the Wexford Militia and Edward Hill of (Bandon, County Cork?), County Inspector of Constabulatory of the second part

Harriett Colclough, County Carlow, widow ... unreadable... late son aforesaid, Esquire of the third part

Recites Indenture of Mortgage dated 14 May 1858 between Beauchamp Colclough of Wexford of the first part, McCarthy Colclough, County Fermanagh, Esquire and Margaret Colclough otherwise Cook his wife of the second part and Chaworth Brown described as of Wilsons Hospital ___ County Westmeath ____ surviving trustee named in the _________ marriage of the said McCarthy Colclough and Margaret his wife of the third part Beauchamp Colclough did grant to Chaworth Brown ... for considerations therein ...lands .... ... of Mungonstown containing by the Down survey three hundred and Twenty six acres .... barony of Farbill, county of Westmeath and ... the Dwelling House and Houses Brew House and Malt House situate ... County of Dublin and ....on Patrick Street together with a piece or plot of ground in ___ Patrick Sttreet on the Backside of said House together with several _____ and plots of ground lying in Golden Lane and Great ship street formerly in the Tenure or occupation of Sir John Ferguson Knight and his undertenant and whereas ____ built five dwelling Houses situate lying and being in the City of Dublin paid ____ (the rest is unreadable on copy made from film).


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