From: "Laurel Baty"
Subject: [BP2000] Irish Beatty Deeds,1768 - 1785 Joseph Beatty - William Beatty
Date: Sun, 25 Nov 2007
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Index from FHL Film # 100,253
Grantor: Beatty, Joseph & wife;
Volume 288, page 14, #134,717; FHL microfilm 531,661;
Sept. 18, 1770;
Joseph Beatty and his wife Jane Beatty, "otherwise Sloan" sell to Wm. Gorman, part Tullyrush, in co Antrim, 63 acres
in parish Glenavy Parish, Manor of Killullagh, co. Antrim
These lands were "devised by the Right Hon'ble Francis Lord Baron Conway and Killuligh to
John Sloan by lease 17 April 1742 for the life of Wm Sloan,
Jane Sloan and Valentine White.
Witness James Whitle proves deed Jan 1771.
Grantor: Beatty, Peter; Grantee: Beatty, Volume 265, page 553, #178306; FHL microfilm 528,941; March 20 1766 ;
lease between Peter Beatty of Coolarty, co Longford,
and Rob't Beatty, of Springtown, Co Longford ;
Peter Beatty leases to Rob't Beatty
lands of Coolard in Parish of Mayne, Parish Deengfore (Demifore ?), co. Westmeath, 303 acres;
witn: Alex'r Burrows and Thomas Burrows of Renaghan, and Henry Thompson of Clonfinn all in co. Longford, Ireland.
Grantor: Beatty, Peter & others; Grantee: Keon, Volume 307, page 144, #203,450; FHL microfilm 531,680;
August 22, 1766, Indented Deed between
Andrew Armstrong of Gallenin, Kings Co.;
Peter Metge of Athlumney;
Peter Beatty of Coolagherty, co Longford ;
George Holmes of Castle Homes, co Longford ;
Ann Keon city of Dublin, Spinster.
Reciting that by certain ind're of Lease of 4 parts,
and made between
Galbraith Holmes of Ballinlogh,in co. Longford, and Isabella Holmes o/wise Hamilton of Lisdoony, Kings Co, widow and mother of Galbraith Holmes of the 1st part ;
and Jane Adair of the City of Dublin widow and relict of Robert Adair late of the said city of Dublin Esquire (and Hollybrook, co. Wicklow, dc.1737) deceased, and
Dorcas Adair spinster, dau of Robert Adair by Jane his wife
of the 2nd part ;
Edmond Armstrong of Killcolgan in Kings Co
and John Adair of (Kilternan and) the City of Dublin Esq're (son of dec'd Robert Adair) of the 3rd part ;
and Thomas Armstrong of city of Dublin and
John Cooke of City of Dublin, merchant of 4th part.
Reciting that a marriage was shortly to be solemnized between Galbraith Holmes and Dorcas Adair
and that Galbraith Holmes and Isabella Holmes for the considerations therein mentioned did Grant bargain sell alien Release and confirm unto the said Edmond Armstrong and John Adair and to their heirs the several Townslands, Tenements, Hereditaments and premises therein mentioned that is to say :
Racore o/wise Rathcore one Cartron,
Towns and Lands of Ballymulties two Catrons,
Tobber and Catron markey two Cartrons,
Rabracken o/wise Rathbracken and Aghafadda two Catrons, Ballinlogh one Carton,
Ramkeek o/wise Rampeek Bunloghy one Cartron,
half Cartron of Cree,
the Cartron of Cloonaghmore and Ballyboy,
two Cartrons of Rincooley o/wise Rincully,
all situate in co Longford, Ireland,
To hold to the said Edmund Armstrong and John Adair their heirs and ass's forever to and for the severall (sic) uses trusts interests and purposes therein mentioned concerning the same and that from and after the expiration or other sooner determination of a term of 200 years
thereby granted to the said Thomas Armstrong and John Cooke and the survivor of them his Ex'rs Adm's and Assigns to the use and behoof of the first and every other son of the said Galbraith Holmes and Dorcas Adair "in-tail-male"
and it was by the said Release declared that the terms so limited as aforesaid was upon the trusts and uses therein mentioned amongst others that they the Thos Armstrong and John Cooke and the survivor of them his Exer's, Adm'rs and Asn's should after the decease of Galbraith Holmes out of the rents, issues and profits of the said lands and premises to them limited for said term of 200 years by lease sale or mortgage, etc.
And also reciting the said marriage was afterwards had between Galbraith Holmes and Dorcas Adair
and that by certain Indentures of lease and release
bearing date 11 and 12 May 1763
the release being of 6 parts and made between :
Peter Beatty of the 1st part
Galbraith Holmes and Jane Holmes only dau of Galbraith of the 2nd part
And'w Armstrong and Peter Metge of the 3rd part
Thomas Crofton of Culvin in co Westmeath and William Harkness of Corr' in co Cavan of the 4th part
and John Cooke of the 5th part
and Peter Thompson of Clonkim in co Longford of 6th part.
And that said Thomas Armstrong was dead and
that John Cooke was the surviving Trustee of 200 years
and that a Marriage was then intended to be had
between Peter Beatty and Jane Holmes (g-dau of Robert Adair)
in consideration whereof Galbraith Holmes did give and appoint unto Jane Holmes 1,000 pounds as her share of 2,000 pounds and did direct and appoint John Cooke to receive and pay the same unto the said Andrew Armstrong and Peter Metge his Exer's Adm'rs or assigns upon the trusts therein mentioned and also that said marriage was afterwards had between said Peter Beatty and Jane Holmes and witnessing that in consid'n of the sum of 1,000 pounds to the said Andrew Armstrong and Peter Metge
in hand paid by said Ann Keon they, Andrew Armstrong and Peter Metge, at the request direction and
nomination of Peter Beatty and George Holmes
by deed of release did bargain sell assign
transfer and sett over unto the said Keon her Exer's Adm'rs and assignees so far as in their respective powers the severall (sic) towns villages Cartrons
and Hamletts of ?? Hereditements and premises ,etc.
Deed of release witnessed by Richard Holmes
and George Sparks both of the city of Dublin, Attrys,
and this Memorial is witnessed by
Richard Holmes and George Holmes his eldest son.
Deed and Memorial and delivered the same
to Mr. John Macabe Gent Deputy Reg'r 20 Feb 1775.
Grantor: Beatty, Peter & others;
Grantee: Holmes, Volume 306, page 303,
#203,465; FHL microfilm 531,679;
A Memorial of an indented deed 14 Feb 1777
between Ric'd Cooke of city of Dublin, of 1st part,
Robert Holmes of city of Dublin,
Galbraith Holmes of Castleholmes, co Longford, Gent,
Peter Beatty of Springparish, co. Longford, Esq
and Jane Beatty otherwise Holmes his wife,
and Andrew Armsrong, of Gallen, Kings Co. the surviving Trustee named in the Settlement made upon the marriage of the said Peter Beatty and Jane his wife of 2nd part,
George Holmes of Castleholmes, co. Longford 3rd part.
Richard Cooke transfers to George Holmes
lands in the "Village Cartrons and Hamlets of Culcorb & Shanclane"
as well as other lands including Ballymully, Desragh, Champheehe, Balleboy, Rincully, co. Longford. Term of 200 years.
Witnesses, Richard Holmes and George Holmes his eldest son
Grantor: Beatty, Robert;
Volume 326, page 91, #214,294;
FHL microfilm; Nov. 24, 1777;
Robert Beatty of Lisburn in co.Down, farmer, 1st part,
John McKeown of Parish of Blayres co. Down, of other part;
for 5 pounds to paid to him yearly,
Robert Beatty conveys to John McKeown the house and
gardens "late in the possession of John Dyer and now in the possession of William Carson being on the South side Bridge Street in Lisburn, co. Antrim.
And after Robert Beatty's death John McKeown is to pay no more rent but the chief rent payable to the Earl of Hartford.
Wit: Wm. Gracy and Joshua Shepherd, both of Lisburn,
co. Antrim, Ireland
Grantor: Beatty, William;
Volume 273, page 166, #175,645;
FHL microfilm 530,907; July 25, 1764;
between Wm Beatty of Belfast, co Antrim, merchant,
and Hugh Beatty of Aughnalich, co Down, farmer.
Sworn at Lisburn, co. Antrim, 24 March 1769.
Aughnaleck is in Annahilt Parish, Co. Down, N. Ireland.
Could this be the William Beatty who is an agent for so many emigrants to South Carolina? It is known that he made the trip to South Carolina several times.
Not sure if all the Beatty's above are of the same lineage.