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Carlow County - Ireland Genealogical Projects (IGP TM)


The Robert Browne-Clayton Papers

Dan Brennan's Forge

Source:  Mr Michael Purcell

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Dan Brennan's forge / Browne-Clayton
 
An Agreement made the 23rd day of March 1914. Between Major Robert Browne-Clayton of Browne's Hill, Carlow of the One Part and Patrick Brennan of Chaff Street, Graigue of the Other Part whereby the Said Major R. Browne-Clayton agrees to let and the said Patrick Brennan agrees to take the forge Situate on Castlecomer road now in his possession together with the yard and premises now adjoining and formerly in possession of William Curran, as a tenant from Year to Year at the Yearly rent of Two Pounds Twelve shillings to be paid by two Half Yearly installments of 1-6 shillings each on the 1st day of March and 1st day of September in each year. And the said Patrick Brennan agrees to keep the said premises in clean and Sanitary Order.
And it is further agreed that Six months Notice in writing from either Gale days i.e. 1st March or 1st September in any year on behalf of either the contracting parties to the Agreement shall be sufficient to determine the tenancy hereby created.
Signed by the Said Major R. Browne-Clayton and Patrick Brennan in the presence of Charles Johnson, 3 Athy Street, Carlow. 23rd March 1914.

The above is a true and accurate transcript of the original document.
Transcribed by M. Purcell c2009.0
Document provided by kind permission of Michael Purcell - Oct 2009.

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