Name: Susan BERESFORD
Given Name: Susan
Given Name: Susanna
Death: 19 Jan 1705/06 in Mary's Lane, Dublin, Co. Dublin, Ireland
MITCHELBURN vs JACKSON
Source: TGF Paterson Notebook MS No 135 (4 vols) at Armag h Museum
An Exchequer Bill of 1st July 1709
John Mitchelborne of London City v Richard Jackson of Dubl in City Gent gives the following information: That plaintif f as administrator to his late wife SUSANNA MITCHELBORNE al s JACKSON lately filed an Ex. Bill.
That in 1690 Plaintiff married Susan widow of Wm. Jackson E sq & by deed of 6 Feb 1700 between Plaintiff and said wif e of one part & William Bishop of Derry, by which Susan ha d power to appoint £700, £100 in hands of Wm. Etc. that Sus an had £100per year & died intestate in 1706 to which Plain tiff took out admonn, but being absent in England [yet? ] got possession. Said debt [debenture?] inherited from Sam uel Jackson of Dublin who died worth £30,000 in Debts [Deb entures?] houses etc.
Marriage settlement 6 Feb 1700
Col John Mitchelburn & Susanna widow of William Jackson. Tr ustees William Bishop of Derry [William KING was appointe d Bishop of Derry in 1691] & Samuel Jackson Esq. Bishop o f Derry to dispose of £1,000 among children of Susan by Wil liam Jackson.
Col. Mitchelburn transfers to Trustees the lower half tow n of Gobnoscale in Manor of Goldsmiths in Derry Liberty & h is dwelling house there one lately erected by him & held i n fee farm grant under James Strong, Gent, at £12 yearly re nt with £600 in hands of Richard Mitchelburne, Gent, his br other, houses, stock, plate, etc & leases under see of Derr y. See Vol 3-1-30 No 19, Marsh's Library, Dublin
Announcements In Impartial Occurrences, JAN. 1705-FEB . 1706 by H. F. MORRIS, LL.B., M.A., PH.D. 4. Tues. 15-1 9 Jan 1706 . [page 189 of The Irish GenealogistVol 5, N o 2, 1975.]
Change Date: 26 Aug 2016 at 14:08
Pue's ĞiğImpartial Occurrences, Foreign and Domestic Ğ/iğ[ a Dublin Newspaper - in the uncatalogued newspapers in th e Irish Museum: December 26, 1704 - February 9, 1706] Tues . 15-19 Jan 1706. ... This morning Sam Jackson Esq.died, 't is said he was worth £30,000 which he left to his two nephe ws. About half an hour after, Madam Mitchelburn, sister t o the said Jackson, died in the same house. [NOTE: she wa s a sister-in-law, not a sister]. FOOTNOTE to this article : Richard Mitchelburne, Dublin, gent, whose will is date d 31 Jan. 1715 (Eustace, Registry of Deeds Dublin, Abstra cts of Wills, vol. I, p. 79), was married to Mary Jackso n ; she, however, was still alive in 1715. NOTE: Richar d MITCHELBURNE was a brother of Col. John MITCHELBURNE.
Father: Tristram BERESFORD b: Bef 1614
Mother: Sarah SACKVILLE
William JACKSON b: 4 Sep 1628 in Kirkby, Lonsdale, Westmorland, England c: 4 Sep 1628 in Kirkby, Lonsdale, Westmorland, England
Abt 1665 1
- Note: PRONI D668/2 Conveyance in trust of Rent between Wm Jackso n, Killowen and SirTristram Beresford, Coleraine. Charge o f £200 p.a. following a marriage settlement with Susana Ber esford of part of Clothworkers Manor, Barony of Coleraine . 4 January 1665
- Change Date:
11 Jul 2016
- William JACKSON b: Bet 1665 and 1668 in Of Coleraine
- Samuel JACKSON b: Bef 1668
- Otway JACKSON b: Aft 1668
- Jane JACKSON b: Aft 1668
- Beresford JACKSON b: Aft 1668
- Rose JACKSON b: Aft 1668
- John JACKSON b: Aft 1668
- Richard JACKSON b: 4 Aug 1673 in Whittington, Lonsdale, Westmorland, England c: 21 Aug 1673 in Whittington Parish Church
- Thomas JACKSON b: 1680 in Coleraine, Co. Derry, Ireland
John MITCHELBURN b: Abt 1647 in Horsted Keynes, Sussex, England
6 Feb 1689/90
Marriage Settlement 6 Feb 1700 from TGF Ms 135 held at Arma gh Museum:
Col John Mitchelburne & Susanna widow of William Jackson.
Trustees William Bishop of Derry & Samuel Jackson Esq.
Bishop of Derry to dispose of among children of William Ja ckson.
Col. Mitchelburn transfers to trustees the Lower half of Go bnoscale in Manor of Goldsmiths in Derry Liberty & his dwel ling house thereon lately erected by him & held in fee far m grant under James Strong Gent at £12 yearly rent with £60 0 in hands of RIchard Mitchelburne Gent his brother, houses , stock, plate etc & leases under see of Derry. See Vol 3-1 -30 No 19 Marsh's Library, Dublin.
- Change Date:
22 Mar 2016
- Abbrev: PRONI
Conveyance in trust of Rent between Wm Jackson, Killowen an d SirTristram Beresford, Coleraine. Charge of £200 p.a. fol lowing a marriage settlement with Susana Beresford of par t of ClothworkersManor, Barony of Coleraine. 4 January 1665