Abstract of Deed
|Type of deed||Date of current deed||21 Dec 1833||Vol||Page||Memorial|
|ID||Date of earlier deed||7 Nov 1833||183321||56||183321056|
|No||Role(s) in earlier deed(s)||Role in current deed(s)||Family name||Forename||Place||Occ or title||A|
|1||P2ID||COTTER||John||of||City of Cork||Esq||A|
|2||P2ID||LEYCASTER||Joseph||of||City of Cork||Esq||A|
|3||O||MURPHY||Daniel & James||of||Carrigrohane|
|6||P1ID||STEVELLY||George||of||Clontimon, Sth Lib of City of Cork||A|
|Abstract||Comment for person  :Agent in Cork on behalf of the Bank of Ireland. To receive on behalf of the Bank of Ireland £100 yearly from the rents of the lands of Carrigrohane until the sum of £820 plus costs is repaid. George Stevelly to have the surplus £42-10s-6d rents.|
Person  :Occupiers of lands at Carrogrohane in the southern liberties of the City of Cork.
Person  :Grantor of lands of Carrigrohane in the south Liberties of the City of Cork at a yearly rent of £142-10s-6d. Bounded by the River Lee in the North and by the road from Cork to Macroon in the south.
Person  :Occupier of the lands of Castlefarm to the east and west of the Carrigrohane lands held by George Stevelly in the southern liberties of the City of Cork.
Person  :George Stevelly became indebted to the Governor and company of the Bank of Ireland for the sum of £820 sterling and made over £100 yearly of the rents of Carrigrohane to Joseph Leycaster and John Cotter as agents of the Bank of Ireland.
Person  :Grantor of lands of Carrigrohane in the south Liberties of the City of Cork at a yearly rent of £142-10s-6d. Bounded by the River Lee in the north and by the road from Cork to Macroon in the south.
|MS||Date registered||23 Dec 1833||Date abstract added||20070401|