Land: CORK, In the Matter of the Estate of Charles Clery et al. (1858) Lots 3 & 4 Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Land Index Copyright Contributed by C.Hunt _____________________________________________________ IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Charles CLERY, John Thomas CLERY, William CLERY and George CLERY, Anne CLERY Maria Clery and Helena Clery, Richard Clery, Joseph Bernard Clery, Thomas Clery, the Reverend Edward CLERY and Henry CLERY Owners and Petitioners. AND IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF John Thomas Clery, Richard Clery, Charles Clery and Henry Clery—Owners and Petitioners. RENTALS AND PARTICULARS of the PREMISES CALLED CATFORT, OTHERWISE ANNEMOUNT IN THE PARISH OF SAINT NICHOLAS AND CITY OF CORK Which will be sold by Public Auction, in Four Lots...29 June 1858. _________________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS OF LOT No. 3 Premises in Pembroke-street, including the Imperial Clarence Livery Stables ______________________________ Gale Days - 25th March - 29th September RENTAL -- LOT No. 3 TENANT YEARLY RENTS DENOMINATIONS 1] Premises in Pembroke Representatives of £46 3s. 1d street, known as the Richard CLEAR [all 3] Imperial Clarence Livery Stables 2] House & Premises Ditto --------- No. 7 Pembroke 3] Piece of Ground in Pembroke-street, now used as a yard adjoining above NATURE OF TENANCY; [CLEAR-Reps,] Lease dated 20th March, 1787 from Mary DIBBS, George DIBBS, Thomas BURNE and Anne BURNE to Richard CLEAR for 750 years from 25th March 1787 at the yearly rent of £50 late Irish currency (equivalent to £46 3s. 1d sterling) The premises demised comprise the two moieties of each denomination and are described as: The dwelling-house, back kitchen, Stable, yard and three large adjoining cellars, for several years in the tenancy and occupation of Nathaniel DIBBS, bounded on the West by Pembroke Street; on the South by the KING'S IRON YARD; on the East by the holdings of Isaac JONES, and on the North by premises in the occupation of the representatives of Thomas HOLLAND, situate on DUNSCOMBE'S Marsh in the Parish of Holy Trinity and City of Cork. Certified copy of the lease will be given to Purchaser. _______________________________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS OF LOT No. 4 The residue of a term 988 years from the 25th March, 1758 in Premises in Prospect-row, in the City of Cork, known as the dwelling-house No. 2 in said Row and DYER"S Livery Stables adjoining thereto. ______________________________ Gale Days - 25th March - 29th September RENTAL -- LOT No. 4 TENANT YEARLY RENTS DENOMINATIONS 1] No. 2 Prospect-row John JONES £15 0s. 0d Nature of Tenancy: Tenant from year to year; tenancy determinable 29th March each year Payable 29th March-29th June; 29th September and 29th December -------- 2] DYER'S Livery Reps. of Charles Stables FLANAGAN -------- NATURE OF TENANCY; [FLANAGAN] Lease dated 19th March, 1796 from Mary DIBBS, George DIBBS, Thomas BURNE and Anne BURNE to Charles FLANAGAN for 800 years from 25th March 1796 at the yearly rent of £22 15S. The premises are therein described as the Yard or Lot of Ground situate on HAMMOND"S Marsh bounded on the West with Prospect-row, on the East with LAWLESS'S concerns; on the North partly with Dr. BENNETT'S concerns and partly with Smith-street and on the South with Mr. PARK'S. Lease contains usual covenants; the counterpart of it will be handed to purchaser This lease is held under a lease dated 4th August, 1758 from Samuel JERVOIS to Nathaniel DIBB'S payable half-yearly. Premises described as "a Lot of Ground on the south-west quarter of Bowling-green, on HAMMOND'S Marsh whereon Nathaniel DIBB'S had lately erected some buildings. At that time bounded by the Quay on the West; on the North by a street called SMYTH'S street; on the South with the holdings of Charles McCARTHY and Francis PENROSE. Reserving unto Landlord and all assigns, heirs etc the landing on the said Quay stones, bricks, lime and all other materials for building and filling in any part of said Marsh. The purchaser shall not be at liberty to require evidence of the title of the Lessor, or to object by reason of any incumbrance affecting his interest. _____________________________________________________ Source: FHL# 0258795 Encumbered Estates - County Cork.