Thomas Bennett, 1661

Name
Thomas /Bennett/
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Thomas
Surname
Bennett
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Birth
estimated 1661
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Thomas Bennett of Bandon 1632 Burgess of Bandon 1636 Burgess of Baltimore 1636 I€sse of Baltimore 1637 resigred Burgesship ofBandon 1639 Crovt Baltirnore Castle 1645 Besieged Baltimore C-asfle 1649 Declared for Crormrall 1649 On list of Officers

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In 1636 he obtained from Walter Coppinger the castle, town and lands of Baltimore, and part of Tullough, as appears by the indenture bearing the date June 30th 1636.

Deed Poll by Thomas Crooke of Dounesheade in the County of Corke, Esquire. Reciting that said Thomas Crooke and Sir Fynnyn O' Driscoll Knt, and Walter Coppinger, Esq; by deed indented, dated the 20th June, 1610, had demised to Thomas Bennett, his executors and assigns, all that the Castle, Toune, and Harborough of Baltimore in Carbery in the County of Corke aforesaid, and ten plowlands to the said Castle and Toune belonginge or to the same adioyninge called and knowne by the severall names hereafter specified, that is to say three plowlands called Tullagh, three other plowlands called Rath, one plowland called Lacahane, one plowland and a halfe called Gortard, one plowland called Rynecormuck with all the meadows, pastures, arable grounds, woods, timber, and appurtenances thereto belonging and alsoe all those chiefe rents issueinge out of the severall parcells of land in Carbery aforesaid, hereunder specified, that is to say out of the Iand of Cleire foere pounds ster; out of the lands of Leclay twentie shillings ster; out of the lands called Slewmore twentie shillings ster; out of the lands called Farrenycowse thirtie shillings ster; out of the lands called Gortydrohid ten shillings ster; out of the lands Gortylaska ten shillings, out of the lands of Ould Court thirtie sevean shillings and foure pence ster; out of the lands of Downegaule thirteene shillings and foure pence ster; out of Ardagh thirtie seaven shillings and foure pence ster; out of the lands of Glanvecquya and Comeyvarodige twentie shillings ster; out of the lands of Gortyvoker nyne shillings ster; out of the Drishane thirteen shillings and fowre pence ster; and the revercŏn and revercŏns of all singular the premises, To hold the same to the said Thomas Bennett, his executors and assigns, from the feast day of Saint Phillippe and Jacob then last part for the tearm of 21 yeares without any impeachment of wast, save onely in the Castle and House, at the makeing of the said demise in the said Crookes occupation, yeidinge and payeing therefore to the said Thomas Crooke, his heirs and assigns, for the 1st and last yeare the said tearme the yearely rent of fowre pence per anum, and for the other nineteen yeares the yearely rent of fiftie pounds ster. Witness that the said Thomas Crooke in consideration of nyne score and five pounds ten shillings by the said Walter Coppinger on the behalf of the said Sir Fynnyn O' Driscoll, paid by direction and with full consent and assent of the said Sir Fynnyn, granted unto said Walter Coppinger, his heirs and assigns, the revercŏn and revercŏns of the said Castle, Towne, Harborough, tenements and hereditaments, and of all and singular other than the said demised premises, and of everie parte and parcell thereof dependinge or expectant uppon the said estate for yeares, and all rents, duties, and services incident, belonginge, or appertayneinge to the said revercŏn and alsoe the revercŏn and revercŏns of the said Chief rents and of everie of them, Also witness that said Thomas Crooke granted unto the said Walter Coppinger all escripts, charters, muniments, writings, patents, and conveyances either of Record or otherwise, concerninge the ffreehold estate and title of Inheritance of the premises, To holde the same unto the said Walter Coppinger, his heirs and assigns to the onely sole and imediate use and behooffe of the said Walter Coppinger, his heirs and assigns forever, to be held of the chief lord or lords of the fee of the premises by and under the rents and services due and of right accustomed. [Usual covenants.] Dated the 22nd July, 43 years of James of Scotland.