South Side Sale, May 1770 #71 Malew

William Hingley and Ann Looney - Contract

Articles of Marriage covenanted concluded and
agreed upon by and between Richard Hindley and Ann his wife of
Orristal within the parish of KK Malew and there son William
Hinley on the one part and Elizabeth Looney of Ballasalla within
said parish widow in behalf of her daughter Ann Looney on the
other part are as follows.
It is concluded and agreed upon that the said William Hinley and
Ann Looney shall enter into the holy estate of matrimony within
one month after the date hereof.
The said Richd Hinley and Ann Kinley doth hereby settle
and estate on their said son William the one half or moiety of their
estate of Oristal together with one half or moiety of all their stock
of black cattle, horses, sheep and husbandry gears to be immediately
possessed and enjoyed by him, and do further settle and estate on their
said son the the one half or moiety of a parcell of land situate lying and
being in the parish of KK Marown commonly called and known by the
name of Ballavitchall with its appurtances, saving and reserving
to themselves a part or parcell of intack land thereunto adjoining
commonly called and known by the name of Fratlag which said
parcell called Fratlag is to be possesed and enjoyed by the said Richd
and Ann his wife during their life and which half or moiety of
Ballavitchell is to be possessed and enjoyed by their said son William
on the 12th day of November 1770 subject nevertheless to the payment
of the present incumbrance on said estate and do further settle and
estate on their said son the other half or moiety of their estates of
Oristal and Ballavitchell as also that parcell called Fratlag to be
enjoyed and possessed by their said son William after the death
of the said Richd Hinley and Ann his wife.
The said Wm Hinley in consideration of one half or moiety of the 
said stock and of getting immediate possession of the one half of
Oristal doth hereby bind and oblige himself his heirs exrs admrs
and assigns to pay unto his said father Richd Hinley the sum of
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of one hundred and sixty pounds Manks currency sixty pounds
of which is to be paid to him on the 10th day of Octobr next
ensuing, and whereas the said Wm Hinley is entitled to the reversion
of one half of a house in Castletown after the death of his father
Richd Hinley, it is agreed on between the parties that if the said
Wm Hinley and his intended wife will sufficiently grant and convey
all right and pretention of right of said house unto his father
Richard Hinley, he the said Richard Hinley doth hereby covenant
and agree to accept of the same in full satisfaction and payment
of the sum of one hundred pounds being the remainder part of the
said one hundred and sixty pounds payable as aforesaid
And it is further covenanted and agreed upon and the said
Elizabeth Looney doth hereby promise and engage to pay as a
marriage portion unto the said Willm Hinley on or before the 10th day
of Octobr next ensuing the sum of one hundred pounds manks
currency as also to give him as much household furniture as
will be worth five pounds to be valued or estimated by two persons
nominated for that purpose.
And for the true and faithfull performance of all and singular
the covenants and conditions before mentioned we the said Richd Hinley
and Ann Hinley, Elizabeth Looney, William Hinley and Ann Looney
do as far as we are respectfully concerned bind and oblige ourselves
our heirs exrs admrs and assigns in and undr the penalty of Five
Hundred pounds As witness our hands this 31st day of Janry 1769
Richd Hinley
Ann Hinley my mark
William Hinley
Eliesabeth Looney
Ann Looney

Signed and delivered in presence of
Tho Moore
John Clague

[Ack before Dan Mylrea 13 Nov 1769
Baron or Abby court 9 May 1770]
Receipt for 60 10 Janry 1777 by Richard and Ann Hinley from son William]


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