Beatty Family Records

Contributed by Rachel Smith


Abstract, White of Clegill to Beatty Annuity Deed, 1775
  [This seems to be on the order of a marriage settlement, being
based on a brother-in-law relationship.]

Book 307 Page 436 No. 204916 February 7, 1775

1st Part: William White of Clegill [Clongish Ph] in Co. of
Longford, Gent.
2nd Part: John Beatty, brother-in-law of the same William White
of same
Town and County
whereby sd William W. in consideration of love he beareth sd
brother-in-law
and sum of 5s sterling in hand paid...William White doth grant
and confirm
into John Beatty, his heirs and assigns one annuity or yearly
rent charge
of 21 13s and three halfpence sterling to be taken and be
issuing out
of his part of the lands of Clegill to have, receive and take sd
annuity
out of his part of lands of Clegill and appurtenances to the same
belongig
unto sd John Beatty, heirs etc. during the natural lives of

Patrick McClaughry
Wiliam Berine (or Beirne)
John Danner (or Donner)the younger

to be paid by two equal half yearly payments, the first the first
day of
November next. Clauses for disdraing for non-payment....

Deed witnessed by sd Pat McClaughry of Clegill in County
Longford, Farmer
and by Thomas Lake, then of Cartron in the sd county, Gentleman.
Memorial witnessed by sd Patrick McClaughry and George Beatty of
Longford
in County of Longford, Innholder.

Sworn before me etc. by virtue of commission etc., Thomas Hanly
Sworn in presence of us, two of HMajesty's Justices of the Peace,
Francis
Webster and John___(illegible)
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Abstract, Marriage Deed, Moore to Moore 1781

  [Surnames: Moore, Beatty, Nugent, Havard]
  Book 341 Page 408 Deed 229049 1st July 1781

  Francis Moore,
  Claudius Moore, son of the said Francis Moore, and
  Thomas Moore, uncle of the said Claudius Moore
  all of Bunbrosna, Co. Westmeath

  Rev. Robert Moore, Easky, Co.Sligo, Clerk and
  Mary Ann Moore, spinster, daughter of said Robert Moore

  John McVitty Moore, Cartrons, Co.Longford and
  George Beatty, Lismoy, Co.LOngford

  Marriage intended betweenClaudius Moore and Mary Anne Moore

  Mentions indented articles dtd 31st May 1777, between
  Sir James Nugent, Donore, Co. Westmeath, Baronet and
  Francis, Claudius and Thomas Moore

  Lands at Carragagh, Rathaspick, Co. Westmeath presently enjoyed
by Thomas Havard for the lives of Francis,
  Claudius and Thomas Moore

  Witnesses: John Beatty, Lismoy McVitty Moore, Cartrons
  Gustavus and Robert Beatty, Wateraghy, County Cavan, Edward
Moore

  Dated 29th August, 1781
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Abstract of John McVitty's Will Nov. 1,1785

>From Abstracts of Ardagh and Kilmore Wills, noted from The Irish ancestor,
Vol.I,No.2 1974

John McVitty, Cartrons, Co. Longford, dated Nov. 1, 1785, proven
12 Dec.
1785

Mentions: Anne Beatty, wife of Robert Beatty

Elizabeth O'Brien, wife of Daniel o'Brien
their sister: Margaret Rossborough
their brother: [in-law?] Hugh Rossborough

John Moore
Claudius Moore }sons of Francis Moore
George Moore

Matthew Mckeon of Ballinalee
his brother James McK
his sister Elizabeth lloyd

3 non-married daughters of Francis Beatty of Cavan
James Morrison
Ann Mccormick who lived here for 40 years
McVitty Moore__lands at Aghnagore, Rinn, Cloonard, Burgess Plot
in Ballinalee
and a park called High Park

to nephew George Beatty, lands at Lismoy

Executors: McVitty Moore and George Beatty, Lismoy
witnesses: Robert Johnston, Thomas Legge, Edward Mcgoldrick
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Abstracts from the Irish Ancestor, VolI, No.2 1974

Will of Claudius Moore, Co. Longford date 25 Mar, 1794. Proven
May 7, 1795.

To be buried at Newtownforbes.
To wife Mary Moore lands at Rathaspick, Co. Westmeath

To daughter Jane Moore lands at Killeen, Leitrim, Derrynacrit,
Breanbrisk
in Co. Longford

If Jane dies unmarried or under Aged 21 beneficiary to be niece
Anne Moore,
eldest daughter of McVitty Moore of Cartrons, Clongesh Ph.

Executors: wife Mary Moore, George Beatty of Lismoy, Thomas Moore
of Rahganney
Witnesses: Francis West, Bartholomew Geraghty, Thomas Fitzpatrick

ADMINISTRATIONS 1858:

Rev. George Beatty Moore, Newtownforbes died 1858. To widow Mary
Anne Moore.

WILLS 1858:
John McVitty Moore, Cartrons, Bawn, Killeshandra & Illinois, M.D.
died
1857.
to son Fowke Moore, Minnesota, U.S.A.
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Abstract of Beatty-Moore Marriage Deed, 1805

1st Part Robert Beatty, son of Claudius Beatty, Wateraghy,Co.
Cavan, Gent.,
deceased &
Claudius Beatty, second son of said Robert Beatty, Co. Longford,
Esq.

2nd Part McVitty Moore, Cartrons Lodge, Co. Longford and his
eldest daughter
Anne Moore

3rd Part George Beatty, Lismoy, County Longford, grandfather of
Anne Moore

4th Part Rev. George Crawford, Cottage, Co. Longford

Recites Claudius Beatty to marry Anne Moore.
Lands at Drumcon,parish of Killeshandra, Co. Cavan

Witnesses: Richard Gouldsbury, Cloondara

James Johnstone, Newtonforbes

John Moore, Cartrons Lodge

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Beatty of Lismoy Deed Abstract, 1805

Surname: Beatty, Casey, Neary, Leader, Webster
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Book 569 Page 361 No. 135755 Date 24 Jan, 1805

1st Part George Beatty, Lismoy, co. Longford, Esq

2nd Part Claudius Beatty and wife Anne Beatty, Corry,
Co. Longford

Lands at Lismoy in possession of John Casey, James Neary, and and
Bartholomew
Leader.

Witnesses: Thomas Webster, Longford Town

Edward Beatty, Lissneore, Co. Longford [Lismore?]


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