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Carlow County - Ireland Genealogical Projects (IGP TM)

The Robert Browne-Clayton Papers

Wall's Forge / Browne-Clayton

By kind permission of Michael Purcell

Wall's Forge / Browne-Clayton

An Agreement made the 8th day of May 1916. Between Colonel Robert Browne Clayton of Brownes Hill, Carlow of the One Part and Peter Wall of Carlow, Blacksmith of the Other Part.
Witnesseth and Saith that Robert Browne Clayton hereby lets and the Said Peter Wall takes All that and those the dwelling house, forge, out offices and land lately held by James Dowling and containing over 4 acres or thereabouts situate at Chapelstown in the County of Carlow. bounded by the two country roads and the lands held by Mrs O' Brien and Thomas Agar. As a monthly Tenant at the monthly rent of One Pound to commence from 1st May 1916, first payment to be made on the 1st June 1916 and it is further agreed that the Said Peter Wall shall keep the said premises in good order, fair wear and be as excepted - the Said Landlord carrying out any necessary repairs and to keep and maintain any portion of the fences.
And it is further agreed that one Months Notice in writing from anytime by either Landlord or Tenant shall be sufficient to determine the tenancy.
Witness Charles Johnson, 3 Athy Street, Carlow.
8th day of May 1916.

The above is a true and accurate transcript of the original document.
This document transcribed by: Michael Purcell c.2009

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