Release dated 24th October 1856
Standish O’Grady Bernard to
William Trail, Anna Frances Bernard and others
Stamped [September 1858]
To all to whom these presents shall come Standish O’Grady Bernard now residing on the Curragh in the county of Kildare, send greeting - whereas by indenture of appointment bearing date first day of January one thousand eight hundred and fifty five Arthur O’Brien Bernard of Middle Abbey Street in the City of Dublin esquire and Anna Frances Bernard of Middle Abbey Street aforesaid wife of the said Arthur O’Brien Bernard, the father and mother of the said Standish O’Grady Bernard did in pursuance of certain power given unto her the said Anna Frances Bernard by a certain indenture bearing the date the 26th of May one thousand eight hundred and thirty made between Thomas Looney therein mentioned of the first part, William Trail and Fortescue Gregg of the second part and the said Arthur O’Brien Bernard and Anna Frances Bernard his wife of the third part, direct limit and appoint unto the said Standish O’Grady Bernard’s share and interest which he now hath or may ever have in and to all that and those the estate Balladhoo situated in the Parish of Lonan and the Isle of Man, bounded on the North and West by lands called Houness lately the property of Catherine Allen deceased, on the East by Baldrine, and on the south by lands called Balladhoo the property of Thomas Brew containing about twenty seven acres or thereabouts as particularly mentioned and described in said in part recited indenture of the twenty sixth day of May one thousand eight hundred and thirty. Now know ye that the said Standish O’Grady Bernard in pursuance of said appointment and in consideration of the said sum of two shillings and sixpence sterling the receipt and payment whereof is hereby acknowledged, has remised released and forever quit claim unto the said William Trail, Arthur O’Brien Bernard, Anna Frances Bernard or any other person their or his or her executors and administrators, all and all manner of action or actions, suits, debts, dues, sum or sums of money, accounts, reckonings, bonds and other specialties, covenants contracts agreements, promises, judgments, executions claims and demands whatsoever both at law and in equity which I the said Standish O’Grady Bernard now have or at any time hereafter may have against the aforesaid estate of Balladhoo so vested in the said indenture of the twenty sixth May one thousand eight hundred and thirty, or any clause matter or thing relating thereto, from the beginning of the world to the day of the date of these presents, And I do hereby, henceforth and forever exonerate and wholly discharge the aforesaid estate of Balladhoo and the appurtenances from any claim I or my heirs executors or administrators might or could herever after have against same. In witness whereof I the said Standish O’Grady Bernard have hereunto set my hand against same affixed my seal this twenty fourth day of October one thousand eight hundred and fifty six in presence of
Mary Maddock, North Cumberland St Standish O’Grady Bernard
Mary Jane Gracey 36 North Cumberland St
Arthur Bernard, 32 Upper Gloucester St
Received from the within named Arthur O’Brien Bernard and Anna Frances Bernard the sum of two shillings and sixpence sterling the sum appointed to me as my share or interest in the within the mentioned estate of Balladhoo pursuant to the said deed of appointment of first of January one thousand eight hundred and fifty five.
Mary Maddock Standish O’Grady Bernard
Mary Jane Gracey
At Douglas day of September 1858
Mary Jane Gracey one of the witnesses at the execution of the foregoing deed and xxxxx attach xxxxxx oath that Standish O’Grady Bernard the executing party xxx to duly xxxx the said xxxx and receipt in deponent’s presence and in presence of Arthur Bernard and Mary Maddock the other witnesses before me.
Arthur O’Brien Bernard of Carlow and the Isle of Man