Land: CORK, In the Matter of the Estate of FREDERICK MARCUS CALLAGHAN & OTHERS OWNERS, Lots 1 & 2. Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Land Index Copyright Contributed by C.Hunt __________________________________________ In the Matter of the Estate of FREDERICK MARCUS CALLAGHAN & OTHERS OWNERS Ex-parte Richard CALLAGHAN, Petitioner Rental and Particulars - Rental of the Glanmire Mills SALE on Wednesday the 15th day of October 1851. Names Mentioned: Lot 1 William THORLEY Lot 2 George RANDALL Thomas MOORE Henry SADLIER William SHAW Richard CLEAR _____________________________________________________ LOT NO. 1. Consisting of the Tucking-Mill, Mill-Stream, and Mill-Lands of GLANMIRE, being Part of the Lands of POULACURRY, situate in the Barony of Cork, and County of Cork, held in Fee-simple. DENOMINATIONS: GLANMIRE TENANTS' NAMES: A. R. P. £ s. d. Messrs. William THORLEY 26 0 0 254 10 0 NATURE OF TENURE OF EACH TENANT. Lease dated 28th February, 1832, for 700 years, from the 25th March then next, reserving to Landlord all Timber, Trees, Woods, and Underwoods (with power to Tenant to purchase same for £290), Mines, Minerals, and Metallic Substances, and other Royalties, with liberty of cutting, raising, and carrying away the same; and containing Covenants that Tenant is to insure from damage by fire, in the sum of £1200. The Rent reserved by the Lease is £254 10s a year, which is to be deducted from Rent. The demise to Messrs. THORLEY includes four small Cottages in the village of Glanmire, not included in this sale. They are valued, under the Poor-law, at £11 a year. By an order of the Commissioners, the rent has been apportioned between the Mill and the Cottages, and the apportioned Rent, which will be payable in respect of the Mills, is £244 10s. The Tenant's Lease will be handed to the Purchaser, who will be required, at the expense, of the estate to covenant for the production thereof, whenever required by the owner, for the time being, of said Cottages. This Lot is situate at Glanmire, about four miles from the City of Cork, and there is a fine Tucking-Mill built on the premises, having a never-failing supply of water. Messrs. THORLEY, at present, use the land surrounding the Mill as a bleach-ground. There is also a good substantial Dwelling-House on this lot. The Mills are situate in the centre of a corn-growing country, about four miles from the City of Cork, to which there is a water-carriage, and a perfectly level road. The high road from Fermoy to Cork forms one of the boundaries of this lot. The Poor-law Valuation of the Mill and Mill-Lands in ... ...£135 0 0 Do. 3 Cottages on Mill-Lands, at £2 10s. each 7 10 0 A lesser rent than that reserved by the Lease has of late years been received from Messrs. THORLEY. This reduction will not, however, be binding on the Purchaser. _____________________________________________________ LOT NO. 2. Consisting of Offices and Stores on the South mall, in the City of Cork, held for 500 Years, from 29th September, 1780, under Lease dated 13th May, 1780, from George RANDALL, and others to Thomas MOORE and Henry SADLIER. DENOMINATION: Offices and Stores, No. 92, South mall, City of Cork TENANT'S NAME: William SHAW, Representative of Richard CLEAR YEARLY RENTS: £60 0s. 0d. TENURE AND OBSERVATIONS Lease dated 31st August, 1830, for 500 years, from 29th September, then next, with a clause of surrender every three years. These concerns contain in front to the South Mall 21 feet 5 inches, and in depth 99 feet 6 inches. The South Mall forms the Southern and Beazley-street the Eastern Boundary. This Tenant's Lease is not forthcoming, but a copy thereof will be handed to the purchaser. __________________________________________________________________________ Source: FHL# 0258795 Encumbered Estates - County Cork.