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Deed 1758 190records a grant to Roger North on by Henry Pilkington of Toar and his son and heir Abraham Pilkington, of an annuity of 60 pa payable out of King for the lives of his children Charles, Susanna and Richard. Deed 1757 152 of 26 April 1757 concerns Roger North Newcastle, William North, and Robert Rochfort of Westmeath: Roger North did grant set and to farm [let] to Robert Rochfort his heirs etc, all the lands and towns of Lisaord(?
) [Lissara] c 72 acres Barony Moycashel from 1 May during lives of Robert Rochfort, Charles Rochfort his son, and Mary Rochfort his daughter, renewable forever (EN email ).
Deed 200 of is a record of a mortgage by Bryan Geoghan of Derryroe, Barony of Moycashel, Co Westmeath over his land at Derryroe for 420 sterling to Roger North of Newcastle, gent.
('Ernor' seems to have been a printer's error in Bainbridge: subsequent children are all named Emor.) The order of Joseph's children here is that in his will.
Will of Joseph North, Newcastle, Prerogative Grant Book 1729 Folio 297 A: beloved wife Mary 100 & 20 a year; Roger, eldest son, farm and stock; Richard, Philip, Susanna, Emor, Joseph, Sarah, Mary, William, Michael, John, Anne; and to Robert Walker a cow called Thickhorns.
Deed 220 56 143990 of outlined arrangements for the substitution of new 'lives' in the same mortgage, and was witnessed by William North of Clonfad, attorney in the Court of Exchequer in Ireland (Roger's brother) (CN email ) 4a Ulysses North of Newcastle or Ulysses Browne North (deed 370 of 1775 (EN email ; CN email )), d 1780, High Sheriff of Westmeath (Co N), m Eliza Bagot (16.4.2) (SP email ) and had issue.
Eliza's will of (as Elizabeth North, widow) left part of the lands of Kilcoursey called Cottage, parish Kilbride, Barony of Kilcoursey, Kings Co, to her grandson Charles Bagot; and 20 each to grandson William Bagot of Kilcoursey and granddaughter Eliza Ann Ball (Eliza Ann Bagot) widowof Mt Pleasant Ave Dublin.