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[...] And shall at his and their proper costs and charges forever have and keepe in readines up[p]on the aforesaid premises for the service of his Ma[ies]ty his heires and Successors [...] furnished in such manner, as the same shall be allowed by the Muster master of the County in which the premisses are for the time beinge In Wittnes whereof the said Com[m]ission[er]s and the said William Godfrey and Edward Warren have putt to their hands the day and yeare abovewritten:
Ralph Whitfeld Tho[mas] ffotherley 1639 William Godfrey Edward Warren iunior
The Nyneteenth day of the said Moneth of August the aforesaid Com[m]ission[er]s for and on his Ma[ies]t[ie]s behalfe by vertue of the said Com[m]ission and S[i]r John Vaughan k[nigh]t one of his Ma[ies]t[ie]s ho[noura]ble privy Counsell for the kingdome of Ireland for and on the behalfe of Shane O Cahan of Camson in the late county of Londonderry gent[leman] sonne and heire of Manus O Cahan Es[quir]e deceased do conclude and agree that the said Shane O Cahan his heires and successors shall have and hold for ever all those tenn Townelands com[m]only called or knowne by the severall name or names of Camson Irtra Camson utra Drumbaran Tully Cortirrney Clougholl, Grenan, Leg, Ardnegonnos and Lisneborare als[o] Lisnabraghor with the appurtenanc[e]s or by whatsoever other name or names the same be called or knowne And all the Messuages Cabbins houses edifices and buildings thereup[p]on all which premisses amongst other thinges were heretofore granted or menc[i]oned to be granted to the same Manus O Cahan by the late Society of Governor and Assistants of London of the new Plantac[i]on in Ulster in the Realme of Ireland and are lyinge and being in Clandermott and ffaughenvale within the Proporc[i]on of land called the Grocers Proporc[i]on or late Mannor of Grocers in the late County of Londonderry and allso all wayes and passages to the aforesaid p[re]misses or any part therof belonginge or therewith enioyed and the same p[re]misses to be holden of his Ma[ies]tie his he irs and successors as of such Mannor as his Ma[ies]ty shall erect create or make of or within the aforesaid proporc[i]on called the Grocers’ Proportion and with and under such and the like excepc[i]ons and for and under the yearly rent of Thirteene pounds sixe shillings and eight p ence sterlinge payable in such manner and att such daies and tymes and suit att Court and Mill in the said Proporc[i]on and with and under the like further reservac[i]ons Liberties powers tenures services Covenants and agreem[en]ts as in the aforesaid agreement made by the said Com[m]issioners and fferdoragh O Cahan beforenamed are conteined with this further agreem[en]t that the said Shane O Cahan [...] heires shall make good and sufficient assurances [...] severall rents charges heretofore granted or menc[i]oned to [...] the said Shane O Cahan out of the aforesaid p[re]misses the [...] beinge Twenty pounds p[er] annu[m] for diverse yeares to William Latham Esquire by Indenture dated the Twentieth day of June 1634 and the other of Twenty pounds p[er] annu[m] for diverse yeares to the said S[i]r John Vaughan by Indenture bearinge date the Nyne and Twentieth day of October 1636 And allso that the said Shane his he irs executors administrators and assignes shall well and truly pay the
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[…] And shall at his and their proper costs and charges forever have and keep in readines upon the aforesaid premises for the service of his Majesty, his heirs and successors […] furnished in such manner, as the same shall be allowed by the Muster master of the county in which the premises are for the time being. In witness whereof the said commissioners and the said William Godfrey and Edward Warren have put to their hands the day and year abovewritten:
Ralph Whitfeld Thomas Fotherley 1639 William Godfrey Edward Warren junior
The nineteenth day of the said month of August, the aforesaid commissioners for and on his Majesty’s behalf by virtue of the said commission, and Sir John Vaughan, knight, one of his Majesty’s honourable Privy Council for the kingdom of Ireland, for and on the behalf of Shane O’Cahan of Camson [Campsey Lower] in the late county of Londonderry, gentleman, son and heir of Manus O’Cahan, esquire, deceased, do conclude and agree that the said Shane O’Cahan, his heirs and successors, shall have and hold for ever all those ten townlands commonly called or known by the several name or names of Campsey Lower, Campsey Upper, Drumbaran, Tully, Cortirrney, Cloghole, Greenan, Lig, Ardnaguniog, and Lisneborare, also Lisnabraghor, with the appurtenances, or by whatsoever other name or names the same be called or known And all the messuages, cabins, houses, edifices, and buildings thereupon, all which premises amongst other things were heretofore granted or mentioned to be granted to the same Manus O’Cahan by the late Society of Governor and Assistants of London of the new plantation in Ulster in the realm of Ireland, and are lying and being in Clondermot and Faughanvale within the Proportion of land called the Grocers’ Proportion or late Manor of Grocers in the late county of Londonderry, and also all ways and passages to the aforesaid premises or any part therof belonging or therewith enjoyed, and the same premises to be holden of his Majesty, his heirs and successors as of such manor as his Majesty shall erect, create, or make of or within the aforesaid Proportion called the Grocers’ Proportion, and with and under such and the like exceptions, and for and under the yearly rent of thirteen pounds, six shillings, and eight pence sterling payable in such manner and at such days and times and suit at court and mill in the said Proportion, and with and under the like further reservations, liberties, powers, tenures, services, covenants, and agreements as in the aforesaid agreement made by the said commissioners and Ferdora O’Cahan beforenamed are contained, with this further agreement that the said Shane O’Cahan […] heirs shall make good and sufficient assurances […] several rents charges heretofore granted or mentioned to […] the said Shane O’Cahan out of the aforesaid premises the […] being twenty pounds per annum for diverse years to William Latham, esquire, by indenture dated the twentieth day of June, 1634, and the other of twenty pounds per annum for diverse years to the said Sir John Vaughan, by indenture bearing date the nine and twentieth day of October, 1636. And also that the said Shane, his heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns shall well and truly pay the
xiii pounds. vi shillings. viii pence.