To the registrar appointed by Parliament for the Registering of Deeds, Wills and so forth.
A memorial of an indenture dated twelfth of April one thousand and seven hundred and fifty two made between
John DILLON of Quartertown in the county of Cork Esq of the one part and
William RYVES of Castlejane and Andrew CROKER of Annitt both in the county Limerick Esqrs of the other part
Whereby after Reciting an Indentured deed of Settlement made upon the marriage of the said Andrew CROKER with Elizabeth TAYLOR
daughter of Walter TAYLOR Esqr the said John DILLON as surviving trustee in the said marriage settlement mentioned assigned and
transferred the said trust unto the said William RYVES his heirs and assigns with full power and authority to act and do in the
premises in such a mannor as by the said marriage settlement is directed, Which said deed is witnessed by Edward CROKER the younger
of Annett in the county of Limerick Esqr and by John WEBB of the City of Dublin Gent and this memorial is witnessed by Edward CROKER
and William LEWIS of Shornell in the county of Tipperary Clerk. William RYVES (seal)
signed and sealed in the presence of William LEWIS and Edward CROKER.
The above named Edward CROKER this day made an oath before me that he was present and saw the deed whereof the above is a memorial duly signed and perfected by John DILLON the perfecting part and was also present and saw the above Memorial duly sealed and perfected the above named William RYVES and deposes that he this Dep[onen]t is a subscribing witness to the said deed and memorial Edward CROKER
Taken and sworn before me at Duntrileage in the county of Limerick the 13 day of April 1752 in virtue of a commission to me directed for taking affdts in the county and I know the Dept. Geo BLACK Hu MASSY Francis WHEELER