[courtesy Sally Ann Kinley]

South Side Sale, May 1787 #52 Lonan

Philip Kinley to John Casement

Be it Known by these Presents that I Philip Kinley of Laxey
in the Parish of KK Lonnan by and with the joint consent
of Elizabeth Kinley my Wife for the good will & affection
we have and do bear Towards our Dutiful son in Law
John Casement of the aforesd Parish and our Daughter Jane
Casement his Wife Have Given Granted Established con-
-firmed and Settled And by these Presents do Give Grant
and for ever   confirm and Settle upon them our aforesaid
Son & Daughter John Casement and Jane his Wife certain
Parcels of cottage or Intack with the House or Houses
thereon Erected the one half of the Premises to be possessed
by them immediately with all its appurtenances and the
other half at or upon the Decease of the ^Longer^ Liver of Either of us
The Premises Situate in the aforesaid Parish called and
Known by the name of Kinleys Houses & Gardens bear-
-ing three farthings chief Rent or there abts be the same
more or less To have and to hold the aforesd settled
Premises unto them the sd John Casement and Jane his
Wife and every Individual part parcel and member of
the same with the whole profits and Issues thereof Toge-
-ther with all ways and waters and other the appurtenances
thereunto the sd settled Premises belonging or in any wise
appertaining  They their Heirs Execrs admrs & assigns yield-
-ing paying the aforesd chief Rent or such Rent as the Setting
Quest shall proportion thereon and doing & performing
all other Dues and Duties annually Incumbent upon the
same at the Times & Seasons accustomed  They the said John
Casement and Jane his Wife do hereby promise and bind them-
selves to pay ^unto us^ in consideration of the before going settlement
the sum of four Pounds Eighteen shillings manks Currency
Two Pounds nine shills whereof being already paid at
the Signing hereof and the other Two Pound nine 
shillings to be paid upon the Twelfth Day of May next
Ensuing wch compleats the aforesd sum of four Pounds
Eighteen shillings  For performance hereof I the said
Philip Kinley and Elizabeth my Wife with our son in Law

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John Casement and Jane his Wife do hereby firmly bind
and oblige ourselves our Heirs Execrs admrs and assigns
Each to other in and under the penalty and forfeiture
of Sixty Pounds Sterling to be Levied and paid according
to Law  as Witness our marks to our names this 9th
March 1786.
                Philip Kinley My  X
Signed and Delivered        John Casement my  X
in presence of              Jane Casement my  X
   Philip Fargher
   James Quayle

2d May 1787
Philip Kinley acknowledged
the beforewritten Deed of
Settlement to be his proper
Act and Deed and that the
Consideration Money therein
Mentioned if fully paid  
   Before me
        Tho. Moore

    At a Court Baron holden at Douglas for the parishes of
    Maughold Lonnan & Conchan the 19th May 1787
The beforewritten Deed of Settlement being acknowledged before the  
Deemster, and now openly published in Court, and no objection offered 
against it  The same is therefore allowed of, for and in the name and 
behalf of The Most Noble John Duke of Atholl Earl Strange Lord of  
Mann and the Isles : and confirmed by this Court
                             ??? Heywood


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