Leases: Thom and Will





Thomas Bernard of Carlow (Son of William and Mary)





Leases from the Burton Papers:

1801   Document code P1/0426

Also recites lease dated 1 February 1801 made between Francis Byrne, Carlow, county Carlow, esquire, and Thomas Bernard, Gayville, county Carlow, esquire, in respect of dwelling house and houses and backside and garden behind same, situated on the west side of Dublin street, Carlow. Lease to run for 200 years at annual rent of 28.8.9 sterling late Irish currency. The interest in all the aforementioned indentures is now vested in William Bernard, party hereto. Recites details of mortgage and indemnity made between Bernard and Henry Bruen, party hereto, on 26 January 1832, and other agreements made between them. This current indenture relates to Bruen giving Bernard a further sum of 200 and in return, Bernard conveys to Bruen his interest in the aforementioned leases. Size 17pp


13 February 1832

Document code P1/0409

Description Copy of conveyance made between Michael Dowling, 82 Bride street, city of Dublin, hostler, only son and heir at law of Maurice Dowling, late of Carlow, county Carlow, yeoman, of one part, and William Bernard, Carlow, county Carlow, esquire, of the other part. Recites past indentures relating to demised property beginning with lease dated 27 June 1763 (described as document number P1/0177). In consideration of sum of 14, Dowling conveys to Bernard the dwelling house and piece of waste ground at Chapel lane, Carlow. A second dwelling house used to stand on the waste ground.


1841 Document code P1/0426

Draft indenture made between William Bernard, Gayville, near Carlow town, County Carlow, of one part, and Henry Bruen, Oak park, county Carlow, of the other part. Recites details of lease dated 14 September 1758 made between Philip Bernard, Carlow, county Carlow, esquire, and George Paine, of same place, gentleman, in respect of dwelling house, offices, yard and garden, and stable at side of lane leading to Mr Green's yard, at Dublin street, Carlow. Right of way along lane from street. Lease to run for three named lives with covenant for perpetual renewal. Annual rent of 8.


Date [7 December 1860]-13 February 1862

Document code P1/0507

Description File relating to legal case between Sir Charles William Cuffe Burton, plaintiff, and Henry Bruen, esquire, Member of Parliament, William Bernard and Joseph Tynan, defendants. Plaintiff wishes to recover from defendants possession of several tenements and gardens on the east side of Chapel lane, Carlow, county Carlow. Lands were formerly in the tenure of Edward Henigan and afterwards occupied by Peter Webb. Mostly correspondence between legal representatives.


RESULT OF REGISTRY SEARCH FROM 25TH MARCH 1780

"BUNBURY AND BERNARD" - DOCUMENT DATED 1857

Document found in the attic of the daughter of Edward Maddock, son of Henry Hutton Maddock

Search for all acts to affect that part of the lands of Cranavornan containing 75 acres by William Bernard in his repose from the 9th February 1780 and also for all acts to affect the other part of said lands containing 166 acres 2 rods 5 perches by the said William Bernard from the 9th day of February 1780

Search # 1

C443 P 174 N285665

Deed of marriage settlement dated 1st May 1790 between William Bernard of Carlow in the County of Carlow Esquire and Thomas Bernard Esquire his eldest son of the first part, Mary O'Brien widow of Arthur O'Brien late of Garryhill in said County Esquire deceased and Anne O'Brien spinster eldest daughter of the said Arthur O'Brien 2nd part, James Garrett of Janeville and John Perkins O'Brien elder brother of the said Arthur O'Brien both in the said county Esquire, third part. Reciting marriage would be shortly solemnized between Thomas Bernard and Anne O'Brien and the intention of parties the freehold lands for the considerations in said deed Thomas and William Bernard granted, bargained, sold, released to James Garrett and John Perkins O'Brien (inter alia) the said lands of Cranavorman otherwise Cranavoran otherwise Cranavonan County 241 acres, 2 rods, 5 perches situate in the Barony of Idrone (spelled Idone) and County of Carlow to secure a jointure or provision for the said Anne O'Brien in case of her surviving her said intended husband.

 Signed and sealed:  Thomas Bernard Advisor of the late William Bernard.  Thomas Bernard, Mary O'Brien, Anne Bernard



Search #2

 702/557/481648

 Deed of annuity bearing date 27th May 1816 between William of Gayville in the County of Carlow Esquire one part, and Charlotte Gayer of Gayville aforesaid spinster of the other part.

 Witnessed that the said William Bernard in coson of 500 pounds paid by the said Charlotte Gayer did give grant sell confirm unto the said Charlotte Gayer and assigns during her natural life an annuity of 60 pounds per annum charged on Cranavornan formerly held by Ambrose Doran and afterwards in possession of William Bernard containing 75 acres bounded on the north by John Kealy's holding on the south with the Butters and on the west by Lord Killsborough Mountain situate in the Barony ofldrone, Co Carlow and also other part of the said land containing 166 acres 2 rods and 5 perches.

 Signed and sealed:  William Bernard

 Witnessed by William Crozier, Attorney, Dublin and John Ferguson his app. (Apprentice?) of said city


Search # 3                  

758/520/13255

Deed of lease of 16th January 1821William Bernard of the County of Carlow Esquire one part, Garrett Cullen of Cranavornan County Carlow farmer other part. The said William Bernard demised the part of said lands ofCranavornan called the hill quarter containing 75 acres from 25th March then next for 48 years at a quarterly rent of 257 pounds 6 shillings.


Search #4                   

 759/539/575874

 Indented deed dated 7th February 1821 between William Bernard of the town of Carlow Esquire 1st  part John Thompson of the town of Carlow Merchant 2nd part John Waring Killeshire Queen's County Farmer 3rd part and and Garrett Cullen of Cranavornan County Carlow farmer 4th part. William Bernard granted to the said John Thompson and his assignes one annuity of 34 pounds 12 shillings eight pence payable out of the said lands of Cranavornan 242 acres, 2 rods, 5 perches in tenancy of Garrett Cullen James, James Howe and wife situate as aforesaid and further to secure said annuity he also granted said land to John Waring his heirs exors admors and assigns for the term of his estate in said land then unexpired. Said Garrett Cullen did attorn and become tenant to said John Thompson and covenanted on behalf of himself his heirs and assigns covenanted to pay said amount.            Reg. 16th Feb 1821.

 

Search #5                    769/429/521764

 Indented deed dated 30th January 1822 between William Bernard of the town of Carlow Esquire 1st part John Thompson of same place merchant2nd part John Waring of Killeshire Queen's County Farmer 3rd part and James Howe farmer and Mary Howe his wife both of Cloughree County Carlow 4th part. Witnessed that said William Bernard granted and confirmed into the said John Thompson an amount of 21 pounds 2 shillings and 5 pence payable out of said lands of Cranavornan coutg 242 acres 2 rods 5 perches to hold said amy to the to the said John Thompson and his assigns for the life of the annuitant and further to secure same granted and conveyed to said John Waring the terms aforesaid to hold to him his heirs executors administrators and assigns for the term of the said William Bernard estate - Farmer and Mary Howe attorned to Thompson this assigns for payment of annuity.

 Registered 21st Feb 1822.


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 Deed of assignment dated 16th March 1822 made between William Bernard of the Town of Carlow Esq. 1st part, John Waring Killeshire Queen's County, farmer, 2nd part and John Thompson of the Town of Carlow Esq. 3rd part reciting original leases - Bunbury to Bernard the grandfather of William Bernard party thereto and reciting death of William Bernard the lessee and that all his estate and xxxx and xxxx in said land and under said leases has become xxx in said William Bernard and the said William Bernard did execute the 2 xxx deeds therein xxx and that the xxx xxx xxx in said Indies were dead and said assignment xxxx that for the considerations therein xxx the said William Bernard and John Waring accord to their respective estates have assigned and made over all that and those that part of the lands of Cranavornan xxx in the whole 281acres, 2 rods and 5 perches to the said John Thompson his heirs executors administrators and assigns to hold for the residue of said term of 89 years xxx their unexpired.

NOTE: Mentions original leases Bunbury to Bernard (grandfather of William Bernard)


Search # 7                   857/276/ 572276

Deed of assignment of 3rd Feb 1830 between the Rev. James Morgan of Belfast, Co. Antrim, Presbyterian Minister and Charlotte Gayer his wife of the one part and Abigail Hetherington and Margaret Hetherington both of the town of Carlow spinsters of the other part after reciting as therein the said James Morgan and Charlotte Morgan his wife in the for the consideration in deedment granted bargained sold assigned transferred and made over the annuity of 60 pounds sterling charged on said lands (inter alia) of Cranavoman formerly held by Ambrose Doran and afterwards in possession of William Bernard and-tenants in 281 acres 2 rods and 5 perches to hold receive and take the said amount of 60 pounds and all the estate rights title and interest both at law and in equity of the said James Morgan and Charlotte his wife their heirs executors and administrators and in the same into said Abigail Hetherington and Margaret Hetherington heirs executors administrators and assigns from 22nd Nov then cash for life of Charlotte Morgan Registered 2nd April 1830