Kirk German 1703 Composition Book

This is transcribed from the 1760 copy of the 1704 document (MM microfilm RC2) - earlier folios 1-6 cover Quarterlands (later folios include Intacks); only those marked Cottages are transcribed. The copy is on successive pages of a bound book - the folio numbers presumably correspond to the pages of the original from which this 1760 copy was made. The 1691 composition book giving details of lives remaining is also available.

Values of rent are given in Roman numerals (transcribed as Arabic) but the column values (indicated = ...) are in Arabic numerals.

German appears in two sections - those rents which were previously Abbey Land are separated from the original Lord's Rents (though by 1703 both sets of rent were paid to the Lord)

The reproduction from microfilm is in parts very poor with some sections being almost too faint to read.

Lord's Rent

New rent

(at end of Intacks)

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233 Mr Wm Sedden & Captain Wm Moore for a parcell of ground called the conny green licenced by the governor and certifyed to have been concealed and unexecuted in the possession of Thomas Dawson as appears by the answers of the great inquest on the file (?) 1700 rented for [] and have agreed to pay for a fine 0.6.8
    and they have agreed to let William Dawson son of the sd Thomas have that part thereof called the [] he paying a proportionable part of the rent and fine  
3 Aug 1735 Lib Scaccau 1745      
234 Mr Geo Moore for a parcell of waste near the strand rent 12d and hath agreed to pay for a fine
Entr in ye aliens 1750
0.3.0
8 Dec 1738 L.S. 1739      
235 Mr Geo Moore for a parcell of waste or unwanted ground joining his own rent of 20d rent the fine
Ent in the alienations 1750
0.5.0

Cottages in Peeltown

(the numbering is very confused originally numbered (? by a later hand) to run from 232 (the last numbers in the Intacks have also been corrected so this may reflect the original number) but then crossed through and numbering started from 1 - however from page 52 the old sequence numbers are used - shown (x) after my own continuation of the new numbers).
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1 Jo: Caine for 8d rent formerly in the name of William Caine in the beginning of the cottages being a parcell of land called Croit Croe (?) adjoining to Mace More compounded for in 1643 by Wm Caine Mace More fine then 3s years determined so to pay
0.3.0
2 Michael Whitehead for 4d &2d cottage being his dwelling house compounded for in 1643 by William White fine for this 6d and 3d more on the name of Hen Young was 5s 10d one life in being now pays in proportion for this 6d
0.3.4
3 Michael Whitehead for 6d more of cottage formerly on the name of Gilbt Callow not yet compounded for  
4 Tho Radcliffe and Ann Knight for a cottage of 3d rent formerly bought from Robert Bridson compounded for in 1671 by Jo: Knight fine was 5s two lives in being so now to pay
0.4.4
5 Wm Cooper senr for a cottage and garden of 4d,1d &2d rent compd for in 1643 by Richd Bridson fine then 5ds lives expired no pays
0.5.0
    Note that half of these rents is settled on his son William since the settlement therefore to for alienation fine 10d
0.0.10
6 Cha Cooper son of William Cooper sen for a house and gardenof several rents of 6d,6d,4d,3d compounded for in 1643 by William Cooper in behalf of Ellin his daughter fine then 6s 8d lives expired so to pay
0 6 8
7 itm for 1d more formerly on the names of Henry Young being then the remainder of the 7d compounded for in 1643 by William White fine for the whole was 5s 10d so the proportion of this 1d is
0.0.6
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8 Tho [] and exrs of Jo Corris a house and garden of 3d &9d being part of 11d compounded for in 1643 by Jo Corris fine for the whole was 3s 4d Lives expired so to pay for this 5d
0.1.7
9 Itm for 2d more formerly on the name of Alice Leonard & Jo: Gell,Mary Lace and Jo: Corris being part of Crott Lonaughan not yet compounded for  
    Qr whether he ought not to have 4d more for that 4d sold Henry Dawson in [] 1641 was a croft , tho it was a house rent the sd [] was drawn for  
10 Wm Kaikle for half a house & yard rent 3d being half of the 5d compounded for by Jno Kneal in 1643 fine for the 5s 6d was 6s 8d one life in being so to pay in proportion
0.2.2
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11 Thos Quole for the other half of the sd house and garden rent 3d being the reminder of the 6d compounded for vy the said Jo Kneale fine tgen for the whole was 6s 8d one life in being so to pay in proportion
0.2.2
12 Wm Gell gunner for his dwelling house and garden rent 6d & 2d being part of the 20d compounded for in 1643 by William Cooper his father included with his Mill fine accding to the Comp in 1643 for the said sd Mill [] 20d Cottage of wch this 8d was part was 3s , So the proportion of the fine [] both is 8d will be 2s 8d and the same being renewed in 1666 & two lives in being so to pay now for this 8d
note this fine to be taken out of Wm Coopers fine for his mill
0.1.9
13 Itm for a penny more being part of the 2s 2d compounded for 1643 by William Ratcliffe fine then for the whole was 1. Lives expired so to pay in proportion for the sd 1d
0.0.9
14 Itm for part of another cottage rent 3d being part of his 7d compd in 1643 by Jane Sankey fine then for this sd 7d was 2s 6d. Lives expired so to pay in proportion for this
0.1.3
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15 Itm Thos & Wm Gell were formerly on the name of Phillip Caine and afterwards on the name of Thomas Shurlock not yet compf for  
16 Alice Garratt & William Christian her husband for thirteen pence rent twelve pence whereof formerly on the name of Bessie Cosnaghan & a penny on the name Sr Wm Cosnaghan companded for in the 1743 by Sr Wm Cosnagahn Fine then for the sd 13d was 1. Lives expired so to pay now
0.18.8
17 John Caine of Peeltown for a cottage rent 2d formerly on the name of Captain Thos Radcliffe of Knocchallow moar not yet compounded for  
18 Alice Quayle als Clague and her children for a cottage rent 4d formerly on the name of Margaret Garret not yet compounded for  
19 The excrs of Dan Christian for a house and garden of 8d rent in sevl places being a part of the 20d compounded for in 1643 by Willm Cooper & included in his fine with his Mill so pays now
nil
20 Hen Harrison of Knockalebegg for a sellar and a garden near the same ? [] of 2s 1d rent formerly on the name of Richd Harrison compounded for in 1643 by William Radcliffe together with 3d more on the name of Wm Gell Fine for the whole was 20s so is now to pay for this 2s 1d
0.19.8
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21 Itm for d more not compounded for  
22 The exxrs of Henry Young for a house and garden of 14d rent a fourth part of wch belongs to Phillip Cross neither of them yet compounded for  
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23 Silvester Cross for 7d cottage formerly on the name of Henry Ratcliffe and his mother not yet compounded for. Note that a fourth part of the sd 7d belongs to William Ratcliffes children but it is now only in mortgage to the sd Silvr Cross  
24 Itm for d more joint with Wm Gell gunner being part of the 7d compounded for in 1643 by Jane Sankey Fine then for the sd 7d was 2s 6d so now to pay for this d
0.0.2
25 Jo Carrett for 6d cottage rent formerly on the names of Sr William Cosnahan not compounded for  
26 Finlo Fargher for 3d cottage rent near the church yard formerly on the name of William Otiwell being part of 4d compounded for in 1643 by William Cotch Fine then for the whole was 3s 4d Lives expired so now to pay for the sd 3d
0.2.7
27 Wm Shimmin & Ann Gawne his mother for 3d cottage rent being part of 4d compoundd for in 1643 by Wm Gawne Fine for the whole was 3s 4d one life in being now to pay for ye sd 3d
0.1.8
28 The excrs of Jas Hutchin for 2d cottage 1d whereof compounded for by Wm Cotch in 1643 together with 3d more in the holding of the above Finlo Fargher Fine then for the whole was 3s 4d Lives expired so to pay for this 1d
0.2.9
29   and the other 1d compounded for in 1643 by William Gawne together with 3d in the holding of the above William Shimmin and Ann Gawne Fine for the whole was 3s 4d one life in being now to pay for this 1d
0.0.6
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30 Itm the sd excts of Jas Hutchin for 1d more cottage rent formerly on the name of Nicholas Cotch not yet compounded for  
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31 (255) Itm a small parcell more not yet compounded for  
32 (256) William Craine for a garden called Brown's garden of 10d rent formerly on the names of William Clague, Thomas Nich and Margaret Brown not yet compounded for  
33 Itm for 6d more cottage rent 4d whereof on the name of Phillip Kewish and 1d on the name of John Curlet & Silv Kewish fine then for the whole was 8s 6d Lives expired so to pay for this 6d
0.4.5
34 Itm for 1d more cottage rent joint with John Corris not yet compd for  
35 Itm the sd Wm Craine for d more being part of the 2d formerly on the name of Jo: Kewish not yet compounded for
Note Gilbt Craine hath the other 1d of this 2d
 
36 In our Honble Lords hands being for the Court House    
37 (257) The exors of William Fairbrother for 4d cottage being part of the 12d compounded for in 1643 by Thomas and William Fairbrother Fine then for the whole was 4d Lives expired so this 4d is to pay
0.1.4
38 Itm for 4d more adjoining to the church yard being a house compd in 1643 by William Fairbrother Fine then was 16d one life in being so to pay
0.0.10
39 (258) David Young for 4d rent being the remaining part of the 12d compounded for in 1643 by Thomas and William Fairbrother Fine then was for the whole was 4s so this 4d is to pay
Note that this 4d was for a garden over against Thomas Harrisons brewhouse which was demolished for enlarging the highway and a small enclosure near Coopers Mill was given in lieu thereof by the late Govr Sankey's order so the rent of this 4d and the fine of 16d is to continue for the future
0.1.4
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40 (259) Jo Harrison for a house and garden of 13d rent formerly on the names of Sr Jo Harrison and by him compounded for in 1643 Fine being part of 17d rent in his composition for Ballatersin Fine in proportion for this 13d is
0.0.10
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41 (260) Itm for 4d more being part of the 10d compounded for in the year 1643 by uxor [wife/widow] William Crellin Fine then for the whole was 8s 4d Lives expired so the proportion of this 4d is
0.3.9
42 Itm for 9d more formerly on the name of Thomas Crellin being part of 9d compounded for in 1643 by the sd Thomas Crellin fine for this and 7d intack was 10s Lives expired now to pay in proportion for this 9d rent
0.1.3
43 Itm for 1d more being part of the 17d compounded for in 1643 by Wm Cannell Fine for the whole was 5s one life in being so is to pay for this 1d
0.0.2
44 Itm for 8d more for a shop near the church yard compounded for in the year 1666 by Thomas Harrison Fine then was 5s two libes in being so pays now
0.3.4
45 (261) Margaret Quaile and Jo Wattleworth her husband, Widow Quaile Ballamore and Widow Quaile Knock Rushen for 14d cottage rent formerly on the name of Thomas Quaile not as yet compounded for  
46 (262) Charles Cowle for a cottage of 7d rent formerly on the name of Jo Crellin being the remainder of the 9d compounded for by Thos Crellin Fine then for the sd 9d and 7d intack was 10s so now to pay in proportion for this 7d
0.4.6
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47 (263) James Bankes for a cottage 1d rent being part of a garden near Charles Cowle's house being part of the 10d compounded for in 1643 by the William Crellin Fine for the whole was 8s 4d Lives expired so now to pay for this 1d
0.1.3
48 (264) William Christian smith for 4d cottage rent formerly on the name of Thos Stephen being part of the 6d compounded for in 1643 by Margt Kanglish and included in his [sic] fine in Ballatertersin
0.0.0
49 In the Lords hands 4d for a house formerly bought from William Crellin for a brewhouse  
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50 (265) Philip Kennaugh and Gilbt Mcylchrist for rd rent among the cottages formerly on the name of Jo Cowle not yet compounded for  
51 (266) Silvr Elletson for 5s cottage rent upon the claddagh compounded for in 1643 by William Elletson Fine was 20s Lives expired so to pay now
1.0.0
52 (267) Gilbt Craine Noleau for 4d formerly on the name of Dav Corlett being part of the 10d compounded for in 1643 by Silvr Kewish Fine then for the whole was 8s 6d Lives expired so to pay now for this 4d
0.3.2
53 Itm for 6d more being part of the 8d formerly on the name of Jo Kewish not yet compounded for  
54   for the school house being a cottage formerly on the name of Alexandr Young and Wm Gell of 5d rent 2d whereof compounded for in 1643 by Wm Sumpter Lives expired so pays for this 2d
0.1.8
55   the other 3d being part of the 7d compounded for by Jane Sankey widow in 1643 Fine for the 7d was 2s 6d Lives expired so now to pay for this 3d
0.1.3
56 (268) Jo Quaile for a cottage compounded for in the year 1643 by William Cubon Fine then 2s 6d renewed in 1666 & one live in being so to pay now
0.1.8
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57 (269) Jo: Woods and Jo: Woods smith for a cottage and garden rent 6d being part of the 9d compounded for in 1643 by Jo Woods Fine then for the whole was 7s 6d so to pay in proportion for this 6d Lives being dead
0.5.0
58   Note the other 8d is alledged to be in Ballatersin  
59 (270) The excrs of Henry Dawson for a small croft rent 4d compounded for in 1643 by Henry Crellin Fine then was 2s 8d Lives expired
Note that 2d of this 4d was abated by the late Govr Sankey he having ordered half of this croft to be demolished for enlarging the highway so that the sd Excrs are to coine out only for 2d for the future and to pay now but half of the fine being
0.1.4
60 (271) Francis Creer for half a house and garden in Peel near the church yard rent 8d being part of the 17d compounded for in 1643 by William Cannell Fine then for the sd 17d was 5s One life in being so to pay now for this 8d
0.1.6
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61 (272) Jo Boddagh for the other half of the sd house and garden rent 8d being likewise of the 17d compounded for by William Carrell above sd in 1643 Fine then for the whole was 5s One life in being so pays for this 8d
0.1.6
62   Note Jo Harrison has the other 1d and is charged on him as before  
63 (273) Jo Kewish for 5d cottage being the remainder of the 12d compounded for in the year 1643 by Silv Kewish and the fine included in his fine in Ballatersin no charges here nothing
0.0.0
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64 (274) The Exors of Christian Waterson and Hen Gick for a small house & garden rent 1d compounded for in 1643 by Thos Waterson Fine then was 15d Lives expired
0.1.3
65 In the Lords hands a house and garden near the cross  
66 (275) John Hartley for a cottage rent 5d being a house and garden part of the 8d rent compd for in the year 1643 by Jo Hartley his grandfather Fine for the sd 8d was 6s 8d Lives expired so to pay for this 5d (the other 3d being charged in the Intacks)
0.4.2
67 (276) Wm Crellin for 2d cottage near Jo Hartleys formerly on the name of Patt Gell being part of the 5d compunded for in the year 1643 by Patt Gell Fine for the sd 5d was 4s 2d Lives expired so to pay for this 2d
(marginal note)
Note Pat Gell compd for 5d He is set ? out in the Setting book only for 1d in the intacks this 1d was 1d there & 1d more wch is put on the name of Phil Curry 2d for the other 2d
0.2.1
68 (277) Jane Kinglish for a house near Cragg Malin rent 4d being part of the 12d rent compounded for in the year 1643 by Patt Gell John McEnglish Fine then for the sd 12d was 5s Lives expired so to pay for this 4d
0.2.0
69 (278) Alice Leonard and John Gell for a 4d cottage being a long croft in the highwayj oining Charles Cowles land called BallaQuane not yet compounded for  
70 (279) David Callister for 3d in Calvins Croft formerly on the rent of Hugh Calvin being part of the 14d compounded for in the year 1643 by Hugh Calvin Fine then for the sd 14d was 13s 4d Lives expired so to pay for this 3d
0.2.10
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71 (280) Itm The sd David Callister for 1d more in his brewhouse being part of the 7d compounded for in the year 1643 by Wm Callister his father Fine then for the sd 7d was 5s 10d Lives expired so to pay for this 1d
0.0.10
72 (281) James Quay for 1d cottage formerly on the name of Henry Lake this was compounded for in the year 1666 by Wm Mcylvory Fine then 1d Lives expired so to pay
0.1.0
73 (282) Silvr Kewish for 4d cottage being Colvins houses and gardens formerly on the name of Hugh Colvin being part of the 11d compounded for by Hugh Colvin in the year 1643 Fine for the sd 14d was 13s 4d Lives expired so to pay for this 4d
0.3.10
74 (283) Arthur Colvin foranthr 1d of the sd house and garden being also of the sd 14d compounded for by Hugh Colvin in the year 1643 pays now for the sd 1d
0.0.11
75 (284) Jon Quay son of Henry Quay carpenter for 3d rent in his own house being part of the 11d rent compounded for in the year 1643 by John Quay his grandfather Fine for the sd 11d was 11s Lives expired so to pay now for this 3d
0.2.10
76 Itm for 1d more formerly on the name of Wm Quay not yet compd for  
77 Itm for 1d more formerly on the name of Thos Quay not yet compd for  
78 (285) Archdeacon Wattleworth for 2d cottage which is entd in his name in the intacks and the fine charged there  
79 (286) Hen Kaighen & Jo his son for a cottage and garden adjoining to Jo Barlows house Rent 6d being a part of the 9d compounded for in 1643 by Jo Xtian Fine then for the sd 9d was 7s 6d Lives expired so to pay now for this 6d
Note this John Christian compounded for 9d and Henry Kaighen comes ? out but for this 6d & 2d in the intacks 2d for the other 1d
0.5.0
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80 (287) Charles Kewish for half of a 2d cottage rent and Phillip Gell for the other half of 4d (the other 1d of Kewish's part of his cottage and on their names in the intacks) not yet compounded for  
81 (288) Jony Christian & Jo Killey her son d and for 4d not yet compd for  
82 (289) Phillip Curry for a cottage near the shore with a small garden compd for in 1643 by Randle Curry Fine then 2s 4d Lives expired so pays
0.2.6
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83 (290) Itm for 1d more formerly on the name of Pattr Gell being part of ye 5d compounded for in 1643 by Pattr Gell Fine for the sd 5d was 4s 8d Lives expired so to pay for this 1d
0.0.10
84   For 6d cottage being the Lords rent for part of a decayed house and garden called Ellis House & garden late in the occupation of Wm Curghy not compounded for  
85 Itm for 5d more formerly on the name of Alice & Dan Caine being the remainder of the 13d compounded for in 1643 by Thos Caine so to pay
0.4.2
86 (291) Jo Fairbrother and Ann his sister for 8d cottage near the shore being part of the 13d compounded for in 1643 by Thomas Caine Fine then for the 13d was 10s 6d years determined so this 8d pays now
0.6.8
87 (292) Tho Dorran for 8d and 2d cottage rents 7d of which was compounded for in 1643 by David Quaile Fine for the sd 7d was 5s Lives expired so to pay now
0.5.0
88   The other 3d not yet compd for
0.0.0
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89 (293) Cesar Wattleworth for a house and garden near the shore side rent 5d compd for in 1643 by Hen Lace Fine then was 4s 7d years determined so pays now
Note Henry Lace's composition was for 5d
0.4.7
90 (294) Charles Karran for 2d cottage not yet compounded for  
91 (295) Dorothey and Jane Quay for 2d cottage near the shore side being part of the 5d compounded for in 1643 by Robert Quay Fine then for the sd 5d was 5s Lives expired so to pay now
0.2.0
92 Itm for 2d more formerly on the name of Jo Lamb not compd for  
93 (296) The widow & excrs of Robt Corrin for 1d cottage near the shore side compounded for in 1643 by Hen Corrin Fine 2s 4d years determined so to pay now
0.2.4
94 (297) Isabell Caine wife of Thos Teare of Jurby for 4d cottage formerly on the name of Jo Dawson not compounded for  
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95 (298) Margt the widow of Stephen Cross and her children for 4d cottage near the shore side called Thwaites house compounded for in 1643 by Sr Willm Cosnahan together with abbeyland Fine for the 4d then was 1s Two lives in being renewed in 1666 so to pay
Note that this house was sold by Jo Twaites to Sr Wm Cosnahan and by him sold to Wm Kaighen who gave half in marriage contract to Stephen Cross and the other half was purchased by the sd Cross from sd Kaighen's Exors.
0.0.8
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96 (299) The Exctrs of Wm Ratcliffe for part of an old mill stead of 2d rent & William Moore for the other part rent 1d both formerly on the name of Chas Ratcliffe not yet compounded for  
97   Q Jane Moore & her sons Robt & Thomas ?  
98 (300) William Sumpter for 1d cottage formerly on the names of Peter Sumpter and margery Caine not compounded for  
99 (301) Thomas ratcliffe and Ann Gell his wife for 4d rent for a house and garden compd for in 1666 by William Gell Fine 16d one live in being so pays
0.0.10
100 (302) William Corlett son of Patt Corlett for 2d cottage formerly on the name of Gilbt Keown ? - rent 2d of which was compd for in 1671 by Wm Gell in behalf of Jo Fletcher Fine then for this 2d was 3s 6d Lives expired so to pay
0.3.6
101   and the other d not compounded for  
102 (303) Hugh Craine for 3d cottage formerly on the names of Alice Caine compounded for in 1643 by Henry Caine Fine then 2s 6d Lives expired so to pay
0.2.6
103 Itm for 1d more of John Cannel's rent not compounded for  
104 (304) Thomas Harrison Sailr for 1d cottage not compounded for
Note Silvr Cross has this in mortgage
 
105 (305) Jane Callister for 4d cottage adjoining to Archdeacon Wattleworth's garden formerly on the name of Dav Callister being part of this 7d was compounded for in 1643 by William Callister Fine then for the whole was 5s 10d Lives expired so to pay now for the sd 4d
0.3.4
105 (306) - Crellin for 2d cottage formerly on the name of Silvr Crellin not compounded for  
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106 (307) Jo Shimmin Jnr weaver for 2d cottage formerly on the name of Michael Callin and Jo Callin for the other 1d on the name name compounded for in 1643 by Nich Arthur Fine then for ye whole 2s 6d Lives expired so pays betwixt them
0.2.6
107 (308) James Ratcliffe for 1d cottage formerly on the name of Jo Cannel not compounded for  
108 (309) Phillip Carter for 2d cottage formerly on the name of Thos Shimmin in being the remainder of the 14d cottage compounded for by Hugh Cobbin Fine for the sd 17d was 18s 4d Lives expired so to pay
0.1.11
109 (310) Mary Christian and Thomas Ratcliffe her husband for 2d cottage formerly on the name of Thomas Cross compounded for in 166 by Mungo Hartley Fine 16d Lives expired so pays
0.1.4
110 (311) Thomas Waterson Junr of Kk Braddan for a cottage near the Abbey Mill of 2d rent being part of the 4d compounded for in the 1643 by Willm Waterson Fine for the 4d was 1s 8d one life in being so to pay for the 2d
0.0.6
111 Itm for 2d more being the other part of above 4d compounded for by the above William Waterson so now to pay
0.0.6
112   for 2d cottage formerly on the name of Jo Cannell soldier
0.0.0.
113 (312) Jo Kewish for 2d cottage being part of -  
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114 (313) Henry Gell & the exors of Mary Clague for 2d cottage formerly on the name of Thos Clague not compd for  
115 (314) Jane Gellin widow & the exors of Paul Gellin for d cottage rent not compd for
Thos Fairbrother
 
   

Abbey Land Rentals

The first 3 pages cover Farm (ie rented) Land then follows cottages

Farme Land

Largedow  
James Stevenson for the tenemt of Largedow containing near three quarters of land of 28s 4d rent and for another half quarter in Colvin's land of 12s rent compounded for in the year 1643 by William Stevenson, fine then for the whole was 21 15 4d. Lives expired is now to pay
21 15 04
James Woods of Ballanair for 4s 3d part of the above mentioned three quarters compounded for in the year 1666 by Bahy Kaighen fine 30s for terme of years now determined is to pay
01 10 00
Hugh Shimin Ballaboy for 10d vizt 6d for rent and 3d in lieu of customes being the remaining parte of the said three quarters compounded for in the year 1666 by the said Hugh Shimin, fine then 7s 6d for terme of years determined so now to pay
00 07 06
fo 2    
Thomas Caine for about two quarters of land caled also Larigedow vizt one parcell thereof being named Corretts Ground of 4s 6d rent, fine for that parte 45s. Itm for an other parte called Largedow Rent 23s 6d fine for the same 8 5s. Itm for another parcell called Caine's Land rent 4s 6d, fine 45s and for a close bought of Andrew Caine of Ballagirr. Rent 6d fine for that parte 3s 4d all these were compounded for by Thomas Caine in the year 1666 for years determined so is now to pay for the whole.
12 09 04
  Note that in the composition made in the year 1666 there is only 11 charged for a fine upon consideration that the said Thomas Caine was in London on our Honble Lords accompt and other reasons moveing but to be no president [sic] for the future  
Knock Sharry  
Thomas Woods for a Tenemt called Knock Sharry containing three parts of a quarter. Rent 19s 10d compounded for in the year 1643 by John Woods his grandfather, fine then was 8 10s. One life is yet in being so is now to pay
05 13 04
fo 3    
Robert Cannell of Knock Sharry for 18s 10d and John Higgin for 12d being three parts more of a quarter compounded in the year 1643 by William Cannell his father, fine then was 8 10s. Lives all expired so are now to pay in proportion
08 10 00
(2)    
Mase More  
Silvester Caine for 4d and William Caine his son for 4d more being the rent of half a quarter in the Mase more compounded for in the year 1666 by James Caine for terme of years determined fine then was 4 so is now also to pay
04 00 00
John Caine for 4d and Thomas Shimin for 4d being the other half quarter called the masemore compounded for by John Cain and Thomas Shimin in the year 1643 and 1666, fine for the whole was 4 for terme of years determined so are now to pay equally betwixt them
04 00 00
  2d January 1724 This Tho Shimin having forfeited his land by felony which was sold for the Lords use - therefore the fine is ordered by the court to be allowed on the Lord's Acct  
Ballawillen  
William Cleark for halfe a quarter of land called Ballawillen of 12s rent, compounded for by William his father in 1648 fine then was 4 Lives expired is now to pay
04 00 00
fo 4    
Anny ? the daughter of John Craine and Oates Clucas her husband for the other halfe quarter of Ballawoollen of 12s rent compounded for in the year 1643 by Thomas Craine fine then was 4 14s 4d one life in being is now to pay
03 02 11
Ballaelletson  
Mr John Tubman Kk Lonan and Mary his wife for half a quarter called Ballaeletson of 7s 9d rent compounded for by Margt Elletson in the year 1666, fine then was 3 2s for forme of years determined so is now to pay
03 02 00
Silvester Cross for the other halfe quarter called Ballaeletson of 7s 9d (whereof Ellin Carran hath now 2d ) and the fourth parte of another quarter called Ballajarg of 6s 6d rent, all compounded for in the year 1643 by Mich Cross his father, fine then was 5 17s. Lives expired are now to pay in proportion
05 17 00
Thomas Dawson for parte of that parcel of land called Tallow Quayle of 18d rent Cesar Watleworth for another parte thereof 16d rent and the widdow of Richard Elletson and Margt her daughter for the other 2d all computed to the fourth parte of a quarter of which rents there was compounded by Don Quayle and Hen Dawson in the year 1643 only 2s 8d and paid for a fine 30s and the other 4d was compounded for by John McAnglish and paid 4s fine for the same, the lives of both which compositions are expired and .... [in original] Alexander Young haveing in the year 1666 renewed for 7d of the aforesaid rent (with other parcells) hath now two lives in being and therefore the said Cesar Watleworth is to pay in proportion for the said 7d rent now
00 04 00
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  And the said Thomas Dawson, Cesar Watleworth, Widdow Elletson and her daughter are to pay in proportion for the other 2s 5d (the lives being expird as afsd) the sum of
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Dan Lace for a fouth parte of the said Quarter of Thallow Quayle of 3s rent compounded for by Don Lace his grandfather and paid for a fine 27s for forme of years determined so is now to pay
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Ballaquane  
Charles Cowle for halfe a quarter called Ballaquane and Mathew his son for the other halfe quarter all of 13s rnt Itm for 3s mre betwixt them bing for parte of the quarter of Ballagirr all compounded for by Henry Crellin, fine for the whole . Lives expired so is now to pay
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Ballagir  
Henry Caine Ballagirr for 6s 1d n the quarter of Baljarge ompoundd for by Jon Caine in the year 1666, fine for the same was formerly 55s. Itm for another parcell of 2s 2d in Ballagirr, likewise compounded for by him, fine formerly for this parcell was 17s 4d. Itm for another parcell in Ballagirr of 20d rent fine for this was 14s, all being for terme of years now determined so now to pay for the whole
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  Note that in the said year 1666 this farm [rent] was charged only with 40s fine in regard the said John Caine was then very poor and had noe goods to work his land but that to be no president for the future  
William [sic ? Thomas] Quirk for halfe of 8s 8d in the quarter of Ballagirr and William his son for the other halfe of which said rent the said Thomas Quirk compounded for 5s 9d in the year 1666 and paid for a fine for the same 46s 4d and John Watleworth compounded for the other 2s 10d the same year and paid for that and a parcell of Lords land 40s 4d all being for terme of years determined so the said Tho Quirk and William his son are now to pay for the said 5s 9d 46s 4d as aforesaid and in proportion for the said 2s 10d 23s 2d total
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Cottages

The entry numbers (n) are my own for ease of reference and do not appear on the original

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(1) Thomas Radcliff dyer for 3d. David Calister 3½d John Clucas his child 1½d / all these for a house and Garden in Peeltown formerly compounded by John Kermeen in the year 1643, fine then 10s. Lives expired are now to pay proportionably
Thomas Quiliam for 1d parte of the rent of the aforesaid Garden not yet compounded for = 0.10.0

(2) William Knachill 2d and Thomas Quoole 2d for 4d rent being for a Garden adjoining to Richard Gell's house of which rent there was 3d compounded by John Kneale [sic - suspect should be Knachill as in 1691 Comp book and 1643 Man Roll] in the yeare 1643 and paid for a fine for the same 3s 4d and there being one life yet alive renewed in 1666 they are now to pay for the said 3d rent = 0.2.2½

And to pay for the other 1d yet uncompounded for

(3) Henry Kewley and wife for 1d. Ellin Kaighen for 1d and Margt Cross and her children 2d being for a house and garden near the shore in Peeltown formerly called Lamb's house and compounded for in the year 1643 by Robert Quay fine 5s. Lives expired so they are now to pay in proportion = 0.5.0

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(4) John Hartley 2d and Mary Hartley 2d for 4d betwixt them being for a small croft adjoining to Don Lace's garden in Peeltown formerly compounded for by his grandfather John Hartley in the year 1643. fine for this and some other parcells of Lord's Land of 8d rent was 10s. Lives expired so are now to pay in proportion for the said 4d rent = 0.3.4

(5) Caesar Wattleworth for one dwelling house and Garden where he now liveth of 13½d rent formerly compounded for by Wm Dawson and two lives renewed in the year 1666 by Alexander Young. Fine for the said rent was 20s and two lives yet in being is now to pay = 0.13.4

(6) Don Corrin for 2d and John Kelly for 2d more being the rent of a garden in Peeltown adjoining William Sumpters Bank 4d whereof was compounded by Don Quayle in 1643. fine for the same was 12s the lives being expired are now to pay for the said 4d = 0.12.0

And for the 1d yet uncompounded for

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(7) John Quay carpinter for 4d being for a small parcell in the south east parte of his croft adjoining to the highway. compounded for John Quay his grandfather in the year 1643. fine then was 6s. lives expired is now also to pay = 0.6.0

(8) John Kewish for 13d, Davd Callisyter 2d and Mr Archdeacon Sa Watleworth 1d being for the house Croft and Garden formerly belonging to Birscough compounded for by Silvester Kewish in the year 1643 with 3d more. Fine was then 33s 4d for the whole. Lives expired so they are now to pay in proportion for the said 15d = 1.8.9

(9) Patrick Quayne for a house Garden and Croft in Peeltown called Quane's house Garden and Croft of 8d rent compounded for in the year 1643 by Ann Colvin. Fine then was 10s. Lives expired so is now to pay = 0.10.0

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(10) Silvester Kewish 2½d Edmund Boyd 2½d and David Young 2d being the house and croft formerly belonging to John Kindred and compounded for by the same 9s. Lives one in being so now to pay proportionably = 0.6.0

(11) Cesar Watleworth for 7½d and David Young for 5½d being for a close near Peeltown called Billings Close compd for in the year 1643 (with 9d more) by Wm Billings and renewed in the year 1660 by Alexandr Young (with other rents). fine in proportion for the said 12d was 13s 8d and two lives yet in being so they are now to pay proportionably for the said 12d = 0.9.1½

(12) Mr Samuel Watleworth Archdeacon for 3d and Richard Gooden for 6d being for the houses and Garden formerly belonging to the said William Billings and compounded for by him in the year 1643 as above said which 4d was compounded for afterwards by Ann Billings in the year 1671. Fine paid for the same 10s 10d and one life yet in being they are now to pay proportionably = 0.7.2½

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(13) Mathias Curghy Clerk for 6d and John Kewish for 1d being the rent of a parcell of Land called Cannell's Close compounded for by John Cannell in the year 1666 fine then 20s. Two lives yet in being so they are now to pay proportionably for the said 12d. = 0.13.4

(14) Mr William Gell of K.K. Conchan[] for 1d rent in called the greate Garden adjoining to Henry Mylevorrey's house compounded for in the year 1666 by William Gell his uncle. Fine then 2s 6d. Two lives yet in being is now to pay in proportion = 0.1.8

(15) John Harrison for Thomanson's (?) house and garden in Peeltown of 6½d rent compounded for in the year 1666 by Thomas Harrison his father together with 1d Intack Fine for the whole was then 10s. So in proportion for this 6½d paid 8s in which composition there is yet two lives in being and therefore is only to pay now = 0.4.4

(16) William Gell of K.K.Conchan [] for 4d for a house and Garden in Peeltown bought from William Gell his uncle and formerly belonging to John Woods, Thomas Ratcliffe glanmoij for 1d in the garden called Trollag's garden and formerly belonging to the said John Woods, all compounded for by William Gell in 1666, with 4d Intack fine for the whole was 10s so paid in proportion for this 5d rent 6s 3d Lives all dead are now to pay = 0.6.3

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(17) Thomas Kerron for 2d , Phill Carter for 2d and Thomas Caine for ½d. being the rent of the house and garden formerly belonging to Katherine Waterson and compounded for by her . In the year 1643, fine was then 3s And the said Thomas Kerron having renewed for half the said rent in the year 1671 paid then for a fine for the same 4d and hath three lives all yet in being therefore payes for the said halfe = 0.2.4

And there being but one life in the other halfe are now to pay in proportion according to the said fine in the said year 1643 being not compounded since = 0.2.0

(18) William Crellin and Bahy his wife for a house and garden in Peeltown formerly belonging to Thomas and Robt Quay and compounded for by them in the year 1643. Rent 1½d. fine 18p. Lives expired are now to pay = 0.1.6

(19) Thomas Ratcliffe and Mary his wife for the house and garden formerly depending to Mungo Hartely of 5d rent and compounded for by Gilbt Cleark in the year 1643 in severall parcells. Fine for the same was then 5s. 10d Term expired is now to pay = 0.5.10

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(20) John Callin for 3¼d and David Callister for 2¼d for the house and garden formerly belonging to Michell Callin and for a shop called Lace's shop. All compounded for in the year 1648 by the said Mich Callin. Fine then was 6s 8d. Lives all dead are now to pay in proportion = 0.6.8.

(21) Mr Samuel Watleworth Archdeacon for a close and a Barne neer Peeltown formerly belonging to Sr William Cosnahan of 18d rent compounded for in the year 1643 by John Watleworth his father. Fine was then 24s. Lives expired is now to pay = 1.4.0

(22) Itm for 4d cottage formerly belonging to John Cannel being part of the said Mr Watleworth's dwelling house compounded for in the year 1643 by the said John Watleworth. Fine then was 2s 4d. Lives expired is now to pay = 0.5.4

(23) Itm for 2d more formerly belonging to William Billings being part of the said Mr Watleworth's Garden also comped for in the year 1643 by the said Jon Watleworth fine 2s 8d. Lives expired is now to pay = 0.2.8

(24) John Shimmin Senr weavor 4d. John Shimmin Jnr for 2d being for 2 cottages houses and gardens in Peeltown one penny whereof was compounded for in the year 1643 by the said John Watleworth. Fine then was 16d. Lives expired so is now to pay for the said 1s = 0.1.4

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(25) And for the other 5d the same was compounded for by John Cannell and Michell Callin (with 3d Intack). Fine in proportion for this was in the year 1666 7s 6d for years determined so are now to pay for the said 5s and betwixt them = 0.7.6

(26) William Sumpter for 4d and David Young for ½d. being for the house and garden formerly belonging to Hen Caine of year is now ended. Fine then was 5s. So are now to pay proportionably = 0.5.0

(27) James Radcliffe for a Garden in Peeltown called Cannell's Garden of 4d rent, half thereof was compounded for in the year 1643 by David Callister and the other halfe by Thomas Leck. fine for both was 5s 4d for years determined so is now to pay = 0.5.4

(28) Hen Mylevorrey for 8d. Don Lace Senr 2d and Thomas Ratcliffe of Kk Andreas for 2d being the lower house and garden formerly belonging to Don Lace and compounded for by him in the year 1643 for terme of years now ended. Fine for this was 12s so are now to pay in proportion = 0.12.0

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(29) Don Lace for his houses and closes neer Peele with a little close adjoining to John Hartley's Land and the Rheast all of 8d rent compounded for by Don Lace, his grandfather in the year 1643 for termes of years expired. Fine then was 9s so is now also to pay = 0.9.0

(30) William Grant for 2d and John Quayle for 2d parte of the said Rheast formerly belonging to the said Don Lace and not yet compd for = -

(31) Thomas Waterson for 6½d / and David Young and William Fairbrother for 6d being for the houses and Gardens formerly belonging to William Crellin in Peeltown and compounded for by his widow in the year 1643. Fine then was 17s 4d. Lives expired so are now to pay in proportion = 0.17.4

(32) William Sumpter aforesaid for a dwelling house and garden in Peel Town of 10d rent formerly compounded for his grandfather Peter Sumpter in the year 1643. Fine then was 12s 6d. Lives expired so is now to pay = 0.5.0

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(33) John Harrison for 2½d, and Thomas Vance for 2½d. being for a Garden in Peeltown called Grimshire Garden compounded for in the year 1643 by Thomas Grimshire. Fine then was 5s. Lives expired so is now to pay = 0.5.0

(34) The Children of Sill Fairbrother for 3d and David Young for 3d being for there Dwelling house and back gardens in Peeltown formerly belonging to Thomas Fairbrother and compounded for by him in the year 1643. Fine was then 6s . Lives expired so are now to pay betwixt them = 0.6.0

(35) Cha: Cooper for a small peece of garden in Peeltown lying in the East end of a garden called Cosnahan's Garden of 2d rent formerly compounded for by Sr William Cosnahan in the year 1643. Fine then was 2s. Lives expired, so is now to pay = 0.2.0

(36) Margy the wife of Stephen Cross and her children for a house and garden in Peele of 3d rent formerly belonging to Sr Wm Cosnahan and compounded for in the year 1666 by Margery Quay. Two lives are yet in being, the fine was 2s so they are now to pay = 0.1.4

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(37) Dan Corrin and Issa Corrin his mother for a small garden in Peele town adjoining Ellis (Ins ?) garden of 6d rent compounded for in the year 1666 by Robt Corrin his father for terms of years determined. Fine then was 6s so are now to pay = 0.6.0

(38) James Ratcliffe for ¾d and Allexr Mcylvorrey for ¾d being the rent of two small cottage houses in Peeltown called Cannell's & Quayle's houses formerly comped for by Salsbury Costean & Kathrin Casemnt [Casement] in the year 1643. Fine then was 18d for yeares determined so are now to pay = 0.1.6

(39) William Moore for 5d rent the widow of William Ratcliffe and her children for 15d being for certain houses and gardens in Peeltown formerly belonging to Chas Ratcliffe and comped for by him in the year 1643. Fine was 25s one halfe thereof vizt 10d rent was renewed in the year 1666 by the said William Moore and hath one life yet in being so that there is now to be paid for the said 10d rent = 0.8.4

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And for the other 10d rent wherein the lives are expired there is to be paid now = 0.12.6

(40) And the widow of Silvester Clage and her children for 5d rent being for a house and garden in Peeltown called Mrgt Carret's house and garden compounded for in the year 1666 by the said Margt Carret . Fine then was 5s and hath one life in being so are now to pay = 0.3.4

(41) Richard Gill for a house and garden in Peeltown bought from John Gawn of 6d rent compounded for by him in the year 1666 for terme of years now determined. So is to pay according to the composition in the said year = 0.3.6

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(42) William Sumpter for a garden and a small house called McNushey 's (?) house and garden of 2d rent, not compounded for with another 1d in Peeter's close

(43) John Gell for another garden called McNushey's garden adjoining William Sumpter and Richard Gooden's Garden of 2d rent not yet compounded for

(44) Mr Samuel Wattleworth Archdeacon for a peece of Lace's flatt of 2d rent not yet compounded for. And for a little house and garden of 3d rent bought of Ann Billings this is charged with Richard Gooden's rent. Itm for a small parcell in the Rheast neer Peele of 1½d rent , the above 2d and this 1½d is part of the 5d rent, compounded for by Jo Watleworth in 1666 and he paid as much for the said 5d as Hen Lace paid for 7d in 1648 which was 7s so he is to pay for this 3½d = 0.4.10¾

(45) Tho Quayle another parcell in the Rheast, part of Lace's Ground of 2d rent compounded for in 1666 by him. Fine 2s. Lives expired to pay now = 0.2.0

(46) Cesar Watleworth for a parcel in the Rheast formerly belong to Hen Lace of 1d rent part of the 5d compounded for in 1666 by Jo Watleworth. fine then for said 5d was 7s Years now determined so to pay for this 1½d = 0.2.1¼

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(47) Jo Gill for a decyd house and garden in Peeltown called Ellis's house and garden lately in the occupation of William Curghy of 14d rent, noe lease or composition appearing for the same

(48) The Abbey meddow at Peele being part of the Quarterland of Ballawillen of 6s 8d now in the Lord's hands

Milne [Mill] Rent

(49) John Leece for halfe a milne called the Abbey Milne of 6s 8d rent compounded in the year 1648 Fine for the same was 26s 8d. Two lives in being so is now to pay = 0.17.9½

(50) Cesar Watleworth for the other halfe of the said Miln 6s 8d rent compounded for in the year 1666 by John Watleworth. Fine for the same 26s 8d. Two lives in being is now to pay = 0.18.1½


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