[…] Proportion or late man or of Cloatheworkers London.
The nyne and twentieth day of July in the ffifteenth yeare of his Ma[ies]t[ie]s Raigne Annoq[ue] D[omi]ni 1639 the said S[i]r Raphe Whitfeld and Thomas ffotherley his Ma[ies]t[ie]s Com[m]issioners for and on his Ma[ies]t[ie]s behalfe by vertue of the said Commission and Michaell MacLeland of Killowen in the late County of Londonderry gent[leman] doe conclude and agree that the said Michaell and his Assignes shall have and hold all that Towneland w[i]th th[e] appurten[an]c[e]s com[m]only called or knowne by the name of Ballykyllcrony in Killowen aforesaid or by whatsoever name or names the same be called or knowne by conteininge by estimac[i]on one hundred and eight acres Irishe measure and now or late in the tenure or occupac[i]on of the said Michaell Mc Leland or his assignes, And one Messuage or Tenement and all edifices and buildings thereuppon, and allso all wayes and passages unto the p[re]misses or any part thereof belonginge or formerly enioyed therewith Exceptinge [and] reservinge unto his Ma[ies]tie his heyres and Successors all tymber and tymber trees, storiers, saplinges and great trees mynes [and] quarryes in uppon or belonginge to the premisses or any part thereof and all such reasonable wayes and passages over the premisses for the Ten ants and occupiers of his Ma[ies]t[ie]s other Lands as have beene formerly used And all the River of Bann with all other Rivers Creekes, and Streames, in or neere the premisses and the soyle and ground thereof and all the ffishinge and takinge of Salmons, Eeles and other ffishe in the said Rivers, Creekes, and Streames and every or any of them w[i]th ffree liberty for his Ma[ies]tie his heires and Successors and h is and t heir Ten[an]ts ffarmers, and ffishers of the said Rivers Creakes and streames to make houses and draw their netts and doe any other thinge else what soever upon the p[re]misses concerninge the said ffishings for the terme of one and twenty yeares ffrom the ffeast of Phillip and Jacob now last past, and under the yearly rent of twenty pounds sterlinge payable into the Receipt of his Ma[ies]t[ie]s Exchecq[uer] in England, or unto the hands of the Receivor of his Ma[ies]tie his heires and Successors for the tyme beinge for the Revennue of Londonderry als[o] Derry and Colerane, or either of them att the ffeasts of All S[ain]ts and Phillip and Jacob by equall porc[i]ons, Upon Condic[i]on that the said Terme shall cease and be voyd if the said rent or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid fifty dayes next after any of the said feasts or dayes of payment aforesaid And the said Michaell Mc Leland his Executors or Administrators or some other able and sufficient Ten[a]nt w[i]th his ffamily shall from tyme to t ime duringe the said terme of yeares be resident and Inhabitant in and upon the aforesaid premisses And shall grind att his Ma[ies]t[ie]s Mill within the P roportion of land called the Clotheworkers Proporc[i]on all his and the ir malt Corne and grayne which he or they shall expend or use uppon the p[re]misses or beinge ground shall sell to any p[er]son or persons, and pay for grindinge thereof to the Miller of the said Mill for the tyme beinge the sixeteenth part of all the said Mault, Corne, and graine, and shall doe suit att the Court Baron to be holden for such Mannor as his Ma[ies]ty shall erect upon or within the
[…] Proportion or late manor of Clothworkers, London.
The nine and twentieth day of July in the fifteenth year of his Majesty’s reign, annoque domini 1639, the said Sir Ralph Whitfeld and Thomas Fotherley, his Majesty’s commissioners for and on his Majesty’s behalf by virtue of the said commission, and Michael McClelland of Killowen in the late county of Londonderry, gentleman, do conclude and agree that the said Michael and his assigns shall have and hold all that townland, with the appurtenances, commonly called or known by the name of Killcranny in Killowen aforesaid, or by whatsover name or names the same be called or known by, containing by estimation one hundred and eight acres Irish measure and now or late in the tenure or occupation of the said Michael McClelland or his assigns. And one messuage or tenement and all edifices and buildings thereupon, and also all ways and passages unto the premises or any part thereof belonging or formerly enjoyed therewith. Excepting and reserving unto his Majesty, his heirs and successors all timber and timber trees, storiers, saplings and great trees, mines, and quarries in, upon, or belonging to the premises or any part thereof, and all such reasonable ways and passages over the premises for the tenants and occupiers of his Majesty’s other lands as have been formerly used. And all the River of Bann with all other rivers, creeks, and streams in or near the premises, and the soil and ground thereof, and all the fishing and taking of salmon, eels, and other fish in the said rivers, creeks, and streams and every or any of them, with free liberty for his Majesty, his heirs and successors, and his and their tenants, farmers, and fishers of the said rivers, creeks, and streams to make houses and draw their nets and do any other thing else whatsover upon the premises concerning the said fishings, for the term of one and twenty years from the feast of Phillip and Jacob now last past, and under the yearly rent of twenty pounds sterling payable into the receipt of his Majesty’s Exchequer in England, or unto the hands of the Receiver of his Majesty, his heirs and successors for the time being for the revenue of Londonderry, also Derry, and Coleraine or either of them at the feasts of All Saints and Phillip and Jacob by equal portions. Upon condition that the said term shall cease and be void if the said rent or any part thereof shall be behind and unpaid fifty days next after any of the said feasts or days of payment aforesaid. And the said Michael McClelland, his executors or administrators or some other able and sufficient tenant with his family shall, from time to time during the said term of years, be resident and inhabitant in and upon the aforesaid premises. And shall grind at his Majesty’s mill within the Proportion of land called the Clothworkers’ Proportion, all his and their malt, corn, and grain which he or they shall expend or use upon the premises or being ground shall sell to any person or persons, and pay for grinding thereof to the miller of the said mill, for the time being the sixteenth part of all the said malt, corn, and grain, and shall do suit at the court baron to be holden for such manor as his Majesty shall erect upon or within the