The following is a transcript of transcripts made by “Ellen” from Tucson, AZ in 1980 of microfilms held in the Mormon archives in Salt Lake City.The original letter to Ernest McCallum of Carberry, Manitoba is no longer “scannable” or” copyable”.These are mostly County Cavan Ireland records
ARGUE TO ARGUE- Recorded 29 April 1766 Memorial Deed poll dated 30 April 1747 made between Thomas Argue of Crossreagh of one part & William Argue of Brockly reciting that the said Thomas Argue did lett unto said William all that part of Nedeagh then in his possession commencing from 1 May 1742 for the term of the natural lives of Henry Argue, Thomas Argue the younger son of Thomas Argue & Richard Davis son to William Davis of Ballyhaise.The said William yielding & paying unto said Thomas Argue the yearly rent. One half of the Bogg in Henry Argue’s part of said Nedeagh to Cutt & carry away same during Lease andthat Henry was to have from said William the roads & half of meadow joining the wood or East end of the meadow to Cutt trim & carry off during Lease & that said William should have the south side of Rickells farm & Henry to have north side of same.Witnessed by William ArgeSEAL
ARGUE TO OLWILL – Recorded 29 April 1766 Memorial of an Indre of Lease bearing date 28 November 1763 between Thomas Argue of Crossreagh and John Olwill Merchant of Drumboo.Thomas did sell to John Olwill all that part of Crossreagh in the possession of Thomas Argue & undertenants & as then laid out & bounded.
ARGUE TO BRADY –Recorded 31 July 1754 Indented Deed of Release (99years) written 22 June 1754 between Thomas Argue of Crossreagh, County of Cavan, farmer & Pat Brady of Dublin.All that & those the Town & Lands of Cavany situate & being in the County of Monaghan.
ARGUE TO DUPHY – Recorded 23 April 1756 Memorial bearing date 1 March 1755 of an article for yearly rents paid to John Argue of Ballyhaise by David Duphy same for all that house wherin the said John then lived in said Town of Ballyhaise, upon a fair line from the thicket that divided the two gardens on the right hand of the road leading from said Town to the Church.
ARGUE TO SMOTHERGILL – Recorded 31 January 1767 Memorial of an indebted Deed of Bargain & Sale 7 January 1767 reciting Thomas Argue Senior & William Henry both of Crossreagh in County of Cavan where_________ of said Lands of Crossreagh at the yearly rent of twelve pounds six by deed dated 19 December 1749 on the intermarriage of his son Thomas Argue Junior in consideration of a marriage portion of sixty pounds paid to him with Mary Smothergill settled one half of said lands of Crossreagh then in possession of Thomas Senior under the aforesaid division.
ARGUE & UXOR TO SMOTHERGILL – Recorded 30 April 1768 Memorial of an Indented Deed between George Smothergill and Thomas Argue blacksmith both of Ballyhaise County of Cavan.Thomas Argue indebted to James Argue and to John Olwill and to Mathew Reilly.Thomas’ wife Mary & her three children Thomas, George & James, share & share alike.Witnessed by Robert Argue of Armagh
ARGUE TO GAVIN – Recorded 3 August 1782 Memorial of Deed of Lease Indented bearing date 1 March 1780 between Thomas Argue of Ballyhaise, County of Cavan, Blacksmith, & Michael Gavin of Ballyhaise.Whereby the said Thomas Argue for consideration therein mentioned doth demise & let unto Michael Gavin all the Tenement at the Crossroads of Ballyhaise whereon the Malt house stood formerly occupied by Pat. Brady together with the garden belonging to same All of which situated in Town of Ballyhaise. Witnessed by William Argue of Corgaroe in County of Cavan
ARGUE & ANOTHER TO SMITH – Recorded 29 January 1783 Memorial of Indented Deed of Lease bearing date 15 May 1781 made between William Argue of Corgaroe and Thomas Argue of Rahag of the County of Cavan and Phillip Smyth of Ballyhaise.That William & Thomas Argue did for Consideration devise & lett Tenement situate between House Phillip Smyth lives in & Smith Forge belonging to Thomas Argue.
ARGUE TO FARLOW – Recorded 4 January 1783 Memorial of Deed of Sale bearing date 23 December 1782 between James Argue of Ballyhaise in County of Cavan and Thomas Farlow son of John Farlow of Kehlevan [Rehlevan?] in County of Monaghan.In consideration of a marriage lately had between Thomas Farlow & Jane Argue now Farlow his wife, only sister to said James Argue.James Argue having no other Heirs except his mother did lease and make over unto Thomas & Jean Farlowall the said James Argue’s rights to the Corner House and appurtenances in the town of Ballyhaise.
ARGUE TO BURLEIGH – Recorded 19 November 1788 Memorial of Deed poll dated 25 September 1788 Whereby Thomas Argue of Ardemagh County of Cavan farmer did for consideration make over to George Burleigh all Title & Interest in & to Land of Drestamanduff in the County of Cavan.
ARGUE TO MCGRATH – Recorded 25 September 1811 Memorial of Indented Deed dated 22 August 1809 between Thomas Argue of Ardemagh County of Cavan Farmer & James McGrath of Ballydrenan County of Tipperary Farmer to hold to the said James McGrath for & during the Natural life of Mary Argue youngest sister of said Thomas.
RECORDED 24 __________1814 Memorial of Indented Articles of Intermarriage entered into May 1812 between John Grant of Knockatany County of Cavan of one part and John Argue of Nookley [mookley?] in said County on behalf of himself and Margaret Argue, daughter of said John Argue, spinster.A marriage was shortly to be had & solemnized between said John Grant & Margaret Argue.Witnessed by Thomas Argue of Cross, said John Argue & Alexander Cochran of Cootehill Gent.Now John Argue of Ardemagh in County of Cavan maketh oath he is the subscribing witness.