[courtesy Sally Ann Kinley]

South Side Sale, May 1767 #71 Arbory

Thos Kinley to Richd Cubbon - Sale

Know all men by these presents that I Thos Kinley  
of the parish of KK Malew with the full and free consent of Ismy
Kinley als Gellin my wife Divers good causes and considerations us  
hereunto moving but chiefly and more Especially for and in consideration
of the full and Just Sum of twenty pounds two shillings and six pence
manks unto us in hand paid ^from Richd Cubbon of sd parish^ Have Given Granted Bargained alienated
passed over and Sold and by these presents do Give Grant Bargain  
alienate passover and for ever absolutely Sell from us the sd Thos  
Kinley and Ismy my wife our Heirs Exers admers and assigns unto him
the sd Richd Cubbon his Heirs Exers admers and assigns all our Right  
Tytle and Interest in and unto Certain Houses and Gardens Situate  
in the parish of KK Arbory adjoyning to Beemaccan on the north  
and to the Highway on the South and being of the annual Lords rent
of one penny or thereabouts To Have and to Hold unto him the sd  
Richd Cubbon his Heirs Exers admers & assigns for Ever the premisses affore sd
with all ways waters and watercourses Easements Liberties  
proffitts and advantages thereunto belonging or in any wise appertain=
=ing commencing from the day of the date hereof He the sd  
Richd Cubbon His Heirs Exers admers and assigns Yielding and paying  
Yearly & every year the annual Lords rent with all other Dues Duties  
Boons Suits and Services Due and payable out of the premisses at  
the times and seasons usual and Accustomed and I the sd Thos
Kinley and Ismy my wife do promise and oblige our Selves to  
Secure and Defend the premisses unto him the sd Richd Cubbon
his Heirs Exers admers and Assigns [strikeouts] agt  
all persons pretentious whatsoever and Cause the sd Richd
Cubbons name to be Entered Tennt according to Law and to  
do any act or Deed that the Richd Cubbon Shall think  
necessary or requisite in Law to Strengthen these presents

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and for the Punctual Performance hereof I the sd Thos Kinley
and Ismy my wife Do hereby bind and oblige our Selves  
our Heirs Exers Admers and assigns in and under the penalty
and forfeiture of Double the Value to be levied and paid  
according to Law As Wittness our Names and Marks this  
1st of June 1764
                Thomas Kinley my mrk  X
Signed and Delivered        Ismy Kinley als Gellin my mrk  X
in presence of
   Richd Harrison
   John Harrison

        6th Feb : 1765
        Thomas Kinley and [strikeout] Ismy Kinley  
        Acknowledged the beforegoing Bill of Sale
        to be their Voluntary Act and Deed and also
        Acknowledged to have received the full
        Consideration Money therein mentioned.
        Before me
                Pet: Jno: Heywood

        At a Baron or Sheading Court holden at
        Castletown for Rushen Sheading the 12th May
        1767
The beforegoing Deed of Sale being acknowledged before the Deemster and
now openly published in Court and no objection offered agt it, the same is
therefore allowed of for and in the Name and behalf of the Most Noble John
Duke of Atholl and Charlotte Duchess of Atholl Lord and Lady of the 
Mannor and confirmed by this Court
                        Dan Mylrea



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