Land and Property: Constant grant from the Trustees of forfeited estates in Ireland to Richard Gumbleton of the lands of Ummery


It appeareth of record amongst the rolls of his Majesty's high court of Chancery in Ireland that by deed bearing date 24 June 1703 made between Sir Cyril Wick Knight, Frances Annesley Esq, John Baggs Esq, John Trenchard, Esq, John Isham, Esq, Henry Langford, Esq, James Hope, Esq, John Carey gent, Sir Henry Shere Knight, Thomas Harrison Esq, William Fellowes, Esq, Sir Thomas Rawlins, Esq: surviving trustees nominated and appointed for putting in execution the powers and authorities relating to the forfeited and other estates in Ireland of the one part and Richard Gumbleton of Lismore co. Waterford gent of the other part; it is witnessed that they the said trustees for the considerations in said deed and in pursuance of the acts of Parliament therein recited did grant and convey the said towns lands and premises hereinafter mentioned unto the said Richard Gumbleton his heirs and assigns for ever in the words following, that is to say:
'Have bargained and sold by these presents do bargain and sell unto the said Richard Gumbleton who by these presents the said trustees declare to be the purchaser thereof having bid most for he same on the [candle?] all that and those the town and lands of Ummerie and Tonorade containing by estimate 539 acres, 3 roods profitable land plantation measure be the same more or less the town and lands of East Knocknallygadromy containing by estimate 144 acres profitable land plantation measure to be the same more or less together with all and singular the right members and appurtenances all which said premises were late the property of Donagh late Earl of Clancarty attainted for treason and are situate lying and being in the barony of Muskerry and county of Cork to have and to hold to the said Richard Gumbleton his heirs and assigns for ever subject to all charges and incumbrances claimed before and allowed by said trustees to any person or persons whatsoever to be held of her Majesty's her heirs and successors as of her castle in Dublin by fee and common soccage tenure subject nevertheless from the date hereof to the yearly crown rent of 17/10.'

Dublin Archives M6116 p39
24 Jun 1703

Transcribed by Jane Wood

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