Special thanks to Frances Coakley for the transcription. The following was taken from many pages found at www.manxnotebook.com

 

Manorial Roll 1663 German Quarterlands

Note the 1702 Act of Settlement doubled quarterland rents. See elsewhere for Intacks and Cottages.

Note that the ordering of the Quarterlands differed from one Roll to the next though Ballakebag and Ballatersin always headed the list. The transcription has translated the odd bit of latin - all rents were in Roman numerals and are here placed in Arabic. The sub-amounts for different tenants are written above their name and are not always easily readable on the photocopy, my misreading may explain the occasional poor arithmetic.

Some names are underlined and followed by - these I presume are deaths of tenants after the roll was produced.

 Parochia Sct German

Names of the 4 jurors are

Hen Gell

Jurs

Jo: Leece Sen

Tho: Crayne

Hu: Shimin

 

 

Sandall

 

 

John Gell

3s 10d

15s 4d

 

Wm Kaighen

3s 2d

 

Margr: Kaighen & Randle Lowney

8d

 

Wm Shimmin

6s 8d

 

Hu Shimin

12d

 

Hu Shimin

 

19s 4d

 

Gilbt Kaighen

 

16s

 

Tho Kaighen

 

 

Wm Kaighen

 

20s 4d

 

 

sum

3 11s

Scarsdall

 

 

Tho. Kaighen

7s

14s

 

Jo Kaighen Junr

3s 6d

 

Jo Kaighen

3s 6d

 

Wm Cannell

16d

8s

 

Jo Kaighen

8d

 

Tho Kaighen

3s 4d

 

Peter Cannell

2s 8d

 

Mallo Curleod

 

14s 8d

 

Wm Curleod

6d

 

Gilbt Caighen

5s 2d

15s 6d

 

Fin: Quay

10s 4d

 

Jo Killey

5s 10d

13s

 

Issa Killey & Wm Cannell

4d

 

Issa Killey & Wm Cannell

6d

 

Peter Cowley

5s 9d

 

 

Sum

3 5s 2d

 

 

Manorial Roll 1679 German Quarterlands

Note the 1702 Act of Settlement doubled quarterland rents. See elsewhere for Intacks and Cottages.

Note that the ordering of the Quarterlands differed from one Roll to the next though Ballakebag and Ballatersin always headed the list. The transcription has translated the odd bit of latin - all rents were in Roman numerals and are here placed in Arabic. The sub-amounts for different tenants are written above their name and are not always easily readable on the photocopy, my misreading may explain the occasional poor arithmetic.

 Parochia Sct German

Names of the 4 jurors are

James Cowle

Jurs

Hu: Shimin

Sill Mcylechist

Jo: Killip

 

Sandall

 

 

Margt Gell and Don Looney

3s 6d

15s 4d

 

Wm Kaighen

3s 6d

 

Jo Cayne

8d

 

Hu Shimin

1d

 

Jo Killip

d

 

Gilbt Cowne

2s 10d

 

Hugh Shimmin & Issa Woods his wife

8d

 

Jo: Killey, Junr

3s 4d

 

Hu Shimin

12d

 

Hu Shimin

 

19s 4d

 

Gilbt Kaighen

 

16s

 

Hu Shimin Junr

14d

 

Tho Kaighen

 

 

Wm Kaighen

 

20s 4d

 

 

sum

3 11s

Scarsdall

 

 

Tho. Kaighen

7s

14s

 

Jo Kaighen Junr

3s 6d

 

Jo Kaighen

3s 6d

 

Wm Cannell

16d

8s

 

Jo Kaighen

8d

 

Tho Kaighen

3s 4d

 

Patr Cannell

2s 8d

 

Wm Curleod

14s 8d

14s 8d

 

Wm Quay

5s 2d

15s 6d

 

Hen: Quay

10s 4d

 

Jo Killey

2s 11d

13s

 

Wm Cannell

2s 11d

 

Issa Killey & Wm Cannell

6d

 

Issa Killey & Wm Cannell

4d

 

Jo Cowley & Wm Cannell

5s 9d

 

 

Sum

3 5s 2d

1691 Composition Book: Kirk German

Introduction

See elsewhere for reasons and structure of this manorial record - the numbers and the Ref to 1703 composition book were not in the original but included here for ease of cross referencing - note some references are conjectural.

The following is a slightly modernised transcription - names are as in original though a few other abreviations expanded - the stereotyped format was arranged in two columns the first 'x formerly zz' and the second the lives in being. The entry is here split into its two components. The name under formerly generally refers to 1643 unless a later renewal is noted, the tenant is that of 1691 - note any lives in being must (except for later renewals) have been born by 1643 and thus be older than 48 years old. The given ages would however appear to have been rounded.

Transcript

Castletowne the 20 July 1691

 

Ref to 1703

Tenant

formerly

Lives in being

 

55

 

Hen Kaighen

Jon Christian

John Christian aged 55 years

86

 

Thomas Caine

Thos: his father

Thos Craine aged 60 years
Wm Kaighen 61 years
Tho Waterson 58 years

92

 

Hugh Shimin

Hugh his father

Thos Shimin aged 50 years
Wm Kaighen 60 years

93

 

ThomasKaighen

Ro: Kaighen

Tho: Kaighen aged 50 years

96

 

Jon Killip

Gilbt Kaighen

expired

102

 

Jon Woods

Wm Kaighen

Hen Kaighen aged 52 years

153

 

Gilbt Craine

Gilbt Kaighen

expired

155

 

Wm Kaighen

Thomas Kaighen

Wm Kaighen aged 58 years

156

 

Jon Kaighen

Jon Kaighen []

Thom Kaighen 55 years

157

 

Jon Kaighen

Jon Kaighen jun []

Jon Kaighen aged 80 years

162

 

Henery Crellin

Hugh Shimin

Hugh Shimmin aged 50 years
Wm Kaighen aged 60 years

 

Manorial Roll 1702 German Quarterlands

Note this is the last Manorial Roll before the 1702 Act of Settlement came into force which doubled some rents - the roll also contains fines for the years 1702 and 1703. See elsewhere for Intacks and Cottages.

 Parochia Sct German

John Leece

Jurs

Wm Quine

Sill Cross

Tho Mcylchrist

 

 

Sandall

 

 

Margt Gell and Don Looney

3s 6d

15s 4d

 

Wm Kaighen

3s 6d

 

Jo Crane

8d

 

Hu Shimin

1d

 

Jo Killip

d

 

Mollo: Looney

2s 10d

 

Hugh Shimmin & Iss Woods his wife

8d

 

Jo: Killey, Junr

3s 4d

 

Hu Shimin

12d

 

Hu Shimin and John his son

 

19s 4d

 

Gilbt Kaighen

 

16s

 

Hu Shimin Junr

14d

 

Tho Kaighen

 

 

Wm Kaighen

 

20s 4d

 

 

sum

3 11s

Scarsdall

 

 

Tho. Kaighen

7s

14s

 

Jo Kaighen Junr

3s 6d

 

 

Jo Kaighen

3s 6d

 

 

Wm Cannell

16d

8s

 

Jo Kaighen

8d

 

 

Tho Kaighen

3s 4d

 

 

Patt Cannell

2s 8d

 

 

Dan Curlett & Jo Kaighen

14s 8d

14s 8d

 

Gilbert Cowne

5s 2d

15s 6d

 

Fin Quay

10s 4d

 

 

Edw Fargher

2s 11d

13s

 

Wm Cannell

2s 11d

 

 

Issa Killey & Wm Cannell

6d

 

 

Issa Killey & Wm Cannell

4d

 

 

John Cowley

5s 9d

 

 

Wm Cannell

 

 

 

 

Sum

3 5s 2d

 

 

Manorial Roll 1702 German Intacks

Note this is the last Manorial Roll before the 1702 Act of Settlement came into force which doubled some rents - the roll also contains fines for the years 1702 and 1703. See elsewhere for Quarterlands and Cottages.

No descriptions are given, some entries are underlined (in Quarterlands this indicated a change of tenancy for next roll); all entries have a + against them, possibly used in constructing the post 1702 Rolls.

As for other rolls the rentals were expressed in Roman numerals - here transcribed as arabic

33

Jo Quay 4d
Ann Kaighen & Hu Craine 2d

6d

34

Wm Craine

2d

35

Bahy Cowle

3d

36

Jo Kiaghen [sic] 15d
Jo Kaighen 5d (Jony Killip 5d)
Gilbt Knakill 10d (Jony Killip 10d)
Ro: Kaighen 6d
Hu Shimin Senr 1d
Hu Shimin Junr 3d
Hu Shimin 6d
Hu Shimin milnr 6d
Randle Caine 6d

5s

 

91

Hen Kaighen et uxor [& wife] (Jo Kaighen his son)

1d

133

Hen Kaighen & wife

1d

 

 

Manorial Roll 1702 German Cottages (Peel)

Note this was the last roll using the old numbering scheme before the 1702 Act of Settlement, after which a new numbering was adopted - this later numbering was based on grouping properties under the tenant's name, see elsewhere for the mapping between sequence numbers.

The original appears to have been amended as changes are noted in a different? hand - these are indicated (..); some licence has been taken with the odd bits of latin (eg 'et' usually given as &). Several names are very difficult to read.

 See elsewhere for Intacks and Quarterlands

.

63

Hen Kinglish [? Kaighen] & Dorothy Christian uxor euis [his wife]

6

Abbeylands' Rents - German 1703

Note the rental book had two columns - one for Rent (in pence) and the other for Hens (presumeably a hangover from the days when tenants paid in kind).

(note entries are not numbered however sequence is as in subsequent years and the numbering from these is added for convenience).

Entries have form xxx formerly yyy - here for convenience the former names are placed in their own column - These former tenants would appear to reflect those of 1607 rather than 1611 - there would appear to be no later lists in Lib Mon though changes are noted (research to be done) as books dating up to 1653 exist.

 [The microfilm is not clear in some places, especially page with entries 33-39, hence ~~~ and ? for questionable or indistinct entries]

14

Steven Crosse 2d + 1 hen
Hen Kewley 1d & hen
Ellin Kaighen 1d

Jo Lamb

4

1

Cottages - Kirk German 1703 Composition Book

This is transcribed from the 1760 copy of the 1704 document (MM microfilm RC2) - earlier folios 1-6 cover Quarterlands (later folios include Intacks); only those marked Cottages are transcribed. The copy is on successive pages of a bound book - the folio numbers presumably correspond to the pages of the original from which this 1760 copy was made. The 1691 composition book giving details of lives remaining is also available.

Values of rent are given in Roman numerals (transcribed as Arabic) but the column values (indicated = ...) are in Arabic numerals.

The entry numbers (n) are my own for ease of reference and do not appear on the original

fo. 7

(3) Henry Kewley and wife for 1d. Ellin Kaighen for 1d and Margt Cross and her children 2d being for a house and garden near the shore in Peeltown formerly called Lamb's house and compounded for in the year 1643 by Robert Quay fine 5s. Lives expired so they are now to pay in proportion = 0.5.0

Manorial Roll 1706 German Cottages (Peel)

 

NB #17 of later rolls was missing also the court house was numbered 23 in this book; also numbered was the house near the cross (#43 in this roll) - thus putting all subsequent numbers out, #66 of later rolls is also missing (thus all subsequent #'s are out by 1) - this transcription however keeps to the subsequent numbering for ease of comparison.

Mace (or Maec) Moar is indicated as north of Tynwald Mills - some 3 miles from Peel, however they have headed the list since the list was re-organised c.1575.

52

Hen Kaighen and John his son

for a Cottage and garden joining to Hartleys house

6

Manorial Roll 1709 German Quarterlands

 

 Note the numbers attached in Ballaterson are for convenience in comparing these with previous and subsequent rolls.

Silvester Cross

Jurs

John Leece

Tho. Mcylchrist

James Tubman

Sandall

Margt Gell and Don Looney her husband

7s

30s 8

John Looney

7s

Jo Crane

16d

Jony Killip

6s 9d

Jo Looney

5s 9d

Hu Shimin Ballabeg and Jo Shimin his son

2s 9d

Hu Shimin and John his son

38s 8

Jo Killey Ballakaighen

16s

32s

Hu Shimin and Jo Shimin his son

2s 4d

Jony Killip

13s 8d

Ja Woods Ballanair

40s 8d

sum

12 2s

Scarsdall

Jo Kaighen

8s

28s

Jo Kaighen pred

10s 6d

Hen Kaighen

3s 4d

Phill Cannell

8s

16s

Hen Kaighen

8s

Tho Gawn

14s 8d

29s 4d

Hen Kaighen

7s 4d

Cathrine Kaighen & Wm Kaighen her husband

7s 4d

Gilbert Cowne Stockill

10s 4d

31s 4d

Jo Quay

20s 8d

Edw Fargher & Jo his son

5s 10d

26s

Ann Cannell

7s 1d

Ann Cannell

18s

Jo Cowley

11s 6d

Sum

6 10s 4d

Manorial Roll 1709 German Intacks

 

Note some of these refer to land within Peel - see Cottages

Note also that no 46 in this sequence is left blank and does not appear on previous roll nor on subsequent rolls (it would appear to be a clerical error being a repeat of #33) - thus to keep compatibility with other rolls the numbers after 46 have been decreased by 1.

42

Jon Kaighen

scaresdail in Curraugh Foaugh

15

64

Jo Gell Ann Gell Mary Gell Jane Gell [] Gell and Fin Kaighen her husband 1d Mariod Gell d Fin Kaighen

an intack []

2

81

Hen Kaighen and John his son

for 2 intacks at the greene

2

Manorial Roll 1709 German Cottages (Peel)

 

NB the court house was numbered 24 in this book - thus putting all subsequent numbers out by 1, #66 of later rolls is also missing (thus all subsequent #'s are out by 1) - this transcription however keeps to the subsequent numbering for ease of comparison.

19

Edmd Cubbon 1d Janey Issa & Alice Skillicorne1d Eliz Kaighns Exors

52

Hen Kaighen and John his son

for a Cottage and garden joining to Hartleys house

6

Manorial Roll 1713 German Intacks

 

Note some of these refer to land within Peel - see Cottages

Note also that no 46 in this sequence does not appear on subsequent rolls (it appears as blank on 1709) - it would appear to be a clerical error being a repeat of #33) - thus to keep compatibility with other rolls the numbers after 46 have been decreased by 1.

Changes from the previous roll (1709) indicated *

42

Jo Kaighen scaresdall

in Curraugh Foaugh

15

81

Hen Kaighen and Jo his son

for 2 intacks at the greene

2

Manorial Roll 1713 German Cottages (Peel)

 

The date is conjectural as the cover appears to be missing.

NB #66 of later rolls is also missing (thus all subsequent #'s are out by 1) though an inserted unnumbered entry of the correct value seems to be in place - this transcription however keeps to the subsequent numbering for ease of comparison.

52

Hen Kaighen and Jo his son

for a Cottage and garden joining to Hartleys house

6

Manorial Roll 1716 German Intacks

 

Note some of these refer to land within Peel - see Cottages

Changes from the previous roll (1713) indicated *

42

John Kaighen scaresdall

in Curraugh Foaugh

15

81

Hen Kaighen and John his son

for 2 intacks at the greene

2

8th Oct 1720 (fine 4d)

* Arthur Colvin

for a parcell of wast ground near Creg Mallin adjoining to Jo Kaighen's rent cont eighteen yds long & thirteen yds broad at one end & 8 at ye other

1

Manorial Roll 1721 German Intacks

 

Note some of these refer to land within Peel - see Cottages

Changes from the previous roll (1716) indicated *

Note an entry for an omitted smithy added after 67 thus pushing numbers out by 1 - I have kept the previous numbering and given this 67a.;  Added to the manuscript was a number of new intacks - later numbered from 124 ( an even later hand has adjusted these thus 125/123 etc) and a another note "some intacks rented to 1724 & 1725 are enrolled in a new book for 1728 etc"

42

John Kaighen Scaresdall

in Curraugh Foaugh

15

81

* John Kaighen

for 2 intacks at the greene

2

116

Arthur Colvin

for a parcell of wast ground near Creg Mallin adjoining to Jo Kaighen's rent

1

Manorial Roll 1721 German Cottages (Peel)

As before all Roman numbers used for amounts have been transcribed as arabic numerals and are in pence. (ob = obolus or one half; qd- d)

52

John Kaighen

for a Cottage and garden joining to Hartleys house

6

Manorial Roll 1728 German Intacks

 

Note some of these refer to land within Peel - see Cottages

Changes from the previous roll (1721) indicated *

Note an entry for an omitted smithy added after 67 thus pushing numbers out by 1 - I have kept the previous numbering and given this 67a.;

42

John Kaighen Scaresdall (1731,1732)

in Curraugh Foaugh

15

81

Jon Kaighen (1738)

for 2 intacks at the greene

2

116

Arthur Colvin

for a parcell of wast ground near Creg Mallin adjoining to Jo Kaighen's rent

1

Manorial Roll 1728 German Cottages (Peel)

 Like later rolls this book remained in force for a number of years - entries were annotated m17xx = deed passed through court in May of that year o17xx in October of that year. As before all Roman numbers used for amounts have been transcribed as arabic numerals and are in pence. (ob = obolus or one half; qd- d)

52

John Kaighen (o 1738)

A Cottage and garden joining to Hartleys house

6

Manorial Roll 1740 German Intacks

 

Note some of these refer to land within Peel - see Cottages

Changes from the previous roll (1728) indicated *

Note an entry for an omitted smithy added after 67 thus pushing numbers out by 1 - I have kept the previous numbering and given this 67a.;  

42

John Kaighen Scaresdall

in Curraugh Foaugh

15

81

* Dorothy Kaighen & Jo: Clark her husband

for 2 intacks at the greene

2

116

Arthur Colvin

for a parcell of wast ground near Creg Mallin adjoining to Jo Kaighen's rent

1

Manorial Roll 1740 German Cottages (Peel)

Like later rolls this book remained in force for a number of years - entries were annotated m17xx = deed passed through court in May of that year o17xx in October of that year. As before all Roman numbers used for amounts have been transcribed as arabic numerals and are in pence. (ob = obolus or one half; qd- d)

The lettering is more diificult to read and is untidy

52

Jo Kaighen & Jo his son

A Cottage and garden joining Hartleys house

6

Manorial Roll 1750 German Cottages (Peel)

 Like later rolls this book remained in force for a number of years - entries were annotated a, m, o17xx = deed passed through court in April, May or October of that year. All Roman numbers used for amounts have been transcribed as arabic numerals and are in pence. (ob = obolus or one half; qd- d)

51

John Kaighen & John his son (m 1759)

A Cottage and garden joining Hartleys house

6

Manorial Roll 1783 German Cottages (Peel)

Like later rolls this book remained in force for a number of years - entries were annotated a, m, o17xx = deed passed through court in April, May or October of that year. As before all Roman numbers used for amounts have been transcribed as arabic numerals and are in pence. (ob = obolus or one half; qd- d)

50

Henry ? Quay o1786 3d (Cath Crellin m1788 Wm Kaighen 1d m1789)

 3d in his House & 1d formerly Wm Quay's

4

William Dawson 1d m1794

52

John Kaighen 4d m1789

A Cottage and garden joining Hartleys house

6

Thos Quay 1d m1788

Manorial Roll 1794 German Cottages (Peel)

 Like later rolls this book remained in force for a number of years - entries were annotated - the year indicating when the deed passed through court

52

Thos Kaighen 4d

A Cottage and garden joining Hartleys house

0.0.6

 

Cath Corlett 1d

 

53

Patrick Cannell 2d

A cottage

0.0.4

 

Robt Kewley David Kaighen } 2d

Abbey Land's Rents - German 1796

Note the rental book had two columns - one for Rent (in pence) and the other for Hens (presumeably a hangover from the days when tenants paid in kind).

This book appears to have been in use until 1858 - some entries are extrememely confusing with many entries of form m1813 or o1813 etc - which as for Lord's rent presumeably mean that some deed passed through the court in May(or Oct) 1813. Not all such have been included here - #26 (Michael Street Properties) was 'littered' with such notes.

The Abbeyland properties in Peel comprise the area approximately bounded by Market Street, the Shore, Bridge Street and Michael Street.

39

William Kaighen 2d Thomas Crellin 2d

0 0 4

1

Census of Peel-Town, 9 May 1814

Introduction

It is not known why this census was taken - there is a corresponding one of the Parish of German (still to be transcribed) - it was possibly for church cess purposes though why then was Hugh Clucas (high Bailiff) involved?

The order of houses is almost certainly topographic

Census

Census of the town of Peel [] May 9th 1814 [] by the Rev Jms Gelling and Hugh Clucas

Census of the town of Peel and the sum [] of houses shewn


 

No of House

By whom occupied

Adult M

minors

Adult F.

minors

111

John Kaighen

1

2

1

1

 

Thos Mylechreest

1

3

1

1

152

Thos Kaighin

1

-

1

2

158

Wm Kneale

1

2

1

1

 

Ph Kaighin

2

-

1

-

278

Adam Cain

1

2

1

2

 

Mrs Kaighin

-

-

2

-

 

Wm Corkan

1

-

1

1

 

Widow Wade

2

-

1

-

279

David Kaighin

2

-

2

-

280

Eliz Kaighin

-

-

1

-

 

Thos Tear

2

1

1

2

283

Jane Kaighen

-

1

1

-

295

Willm Quayle

1

-

1

3

 

Ann Kaighin

-

-

1

-

Manorial Roll 1816 German Cottages (Peel)

This book was started in 1816 and remained in use until 1854 - there are many cryptic lines with dates under many of the names (shown as (1824) which probably indicate dates at which tenants changed and the deeds passed through the court.

The numbering of the entries was taken over from the 1794 and 1764 books, which in turn seem to take over that of earlier books (certainly to 1728 and probably still earlier - they are not in topographic order. Note that comments such as "formerly Jno Keruish's" etc are in many cases merely identifying tags copied over from book to book - several of those in this 1816 list are identical to those of the 1728 book and might well refer to owners pre 1643!.

50

Will Kaighin (1832) 1d

 

0.0.4

 

Jno Moore/ original tenant for the Methodist part of House 2d (1846, 1849)

 

 

 

William Cain 1d (1847) 3d is a house & 1d formerly Wm Quayles

 

52

Thos Kermode (a1835, a 1838) 1d

A Cottage and garden joining Hartleys house

 

 

Henry Kaighin (a1824) 1d

 

0.0.6

 

William Caley (a1825, a1838) d

 

 

 

Tho Gracey (a1835,m 1838) d

 

 

 

Thos Kermod of 1d Henry Kermod of 1d

54

Christian Watson with Will Kaighen her husband d

A Cottage

0.0.4

 

Ann Mylechrest widow and John &Thos Mylechrest d

 

 

 

Will Boddaugh William Clucas and Margt Clucas with James Hampton her husband 1/3 of a d

 

 

 

Ann Lace alias Clucas widow 1d (a 1838)

 

 

 

William Clucas d and 2/3 of a d

75

Eliza Garret with Thos Kaighen her husband

A cottage

0.0.1

Manorial Roll 1858 German Cottages (Peel)

 

The numbering of the entries was taken over from earlier books, which in turn seem to take over that of earlier books (certainly to 1728 and probably still earlier - they are not in topographic order. Note that comments such as "formerly Jno Keruish's" etc are in many cases merely identifying tags copied over from book to book.

54

Patk Kaighen d

0.0.4

 

Jno Mylechrest d

 

 

 

Thomas Gell d
Jno & Margt Clucas 1d

 

 

 

Margt Clucas with James Hampton her husband 1/3 of a d

 

 

 

Margt Clucas d and 2/3 of a d

75

Elizth Garret with Thos Kaighen her husband

A cottage

0.0.1

Abbey Land's Rents - German 1858

Note the rental book had two columns - one for Rent (in pence) and the other for Hens ( a hangover from the days when tenants paid in kind , the book has a price equivalent for the various rents paid in kind).

This book appears to have been in use until 1866 - #26 (Michael Street) shows the major development of this plot.

The Abbeyland properties in Peel comprise the area approximately bounded by Market Street, the Shore, Bridge Street and Michael Street.

26

Caesar Corris &
Thomas Carran d
Caesar Corris d
Margt Coole with Thos Coole her husband of d
John Quirk & Patrick Quirk d
Margt Christian with Jno Clarke her husb of d
John Taggart of d
William Corkan 2/3 of d
Margaret Christian and John Clarke her husband a
John & Caesar Corris 2d
Robert Kewin 2/3th of
William Teare 1/3 of d
Eleanor Kaighein and Catharine Kaighin d
John Collister 1/3 of d
John Cain d
John Craine of d
Caesar Corris d
John Wattleworth 2/3 of d
Elizabeth Quilliam with John Meyrick her husb 1/3 of d
Henry Clucas 1/8d
Thomas Carran
John Carran a d
Thomas Carran a d
John Moore for the Methodists d
Catharine Teare d
John & Wm Clucas a d
Thomas Garrett & abigail his wife a d
John Cain a d
Wm Christian a d
Caesar Wattleworth 1d
Ann Cottier & Joshua Dodd d
John Cottier d
James Coil 1/3 of
James Collister 1/3 of
Jane Cowley 1/3 of d
Daniel Stephen d & a d
Thos Wattleworth 1d

0 1 2

1

32

Thomas Joshua Graves 4d
John Morrison 2d
James Cannell d
Thomas Kaighin (o61)

0 0 7

1

39

William Kaighin 1d
John Kewin 1d
John Garrett a d
Esther Martin a d (14 April 1799) from W Nich~~~ ?
Archibald Cregeen (o1859)
Reginal Cholmondeley 1d (o1859)
Catharine and Ellinor Kewley with Philip Kewley her husb a d
Esther Kewley a d
John Corris from Patt Kewley 8 Dec 1828 1/8 of a 1d
Philip Sayle 1/16d
Thomas Clinton from Wm Killey 13 Feby 1812 1/16d (a1841)

0 0 4

1

Manorial Roll 1869 German Cottages (Peel)

This book was started in 1869 and remained in use until c.1881 - the format differs from earlier books with few details of each property but with two additional columns marked entry and fine.

The numbering of the entries was taken over from earlier books,- they are not in topographic order.

54

Philip Kaighan (o1871)


o1862
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not compd
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0.0.4

Peel Lords Rent, 1871 ?

This little book is in possession of the Leece Museum, East Quay, Peel, the transcription was given me by Mrs Young.

The date on the Notebook, which appears to be an aide-memoir for the collector is 1871 - however the two years 1856 and 1858 are noted as being paid and some entries in the notebook might well apply to an earlier year (? c.1854) - eg mention made of Thomas Quine who was schoolmaster of Clothworkers School from 1830-c.1843. Nathaniel Pickels died in 1849 (and is buried in small plot at Atholl Street Methodist Church). F. C. Skrimshire was Agent for Woods and Forests from c.1848-1884. However assuming the format new(old) for some entries then John Quayle(Basil Mylrea) corresponds to a date after 1864 for the White Lion Inn in Bridge Street.

Address

Person

Manx

Place/Notes

British

Lane or Queen St.

Ann Quilliam

- - 2

Bobby Ballarka

 

-

Ceasar Corris (Thos. Quine)

- - 4

Schoolmaster

 

-

Wm. Crow

- - 4

Robt. Cannans

 

-

Thos. Karran (Saddler)

- 1 2

Thos. McGill. J. Lambs

 

-

Wm. Dodd (Jno. Cottier) Gable

- -

Bill Boyds

 

Robt. Corrin (Bobby Lace)

- - 1

 

 

-

Robt. Corrin (Bobby Lace)

- - 1

 

 

-

Patrick Kaighin

- - 1

W. Kennaugh

Factory Lane

Wm. Sayle

- - 1

 

 

-

Patrick Kaighin

- - 1

Mylchreests

 

-

Thos. & John Mylchreest

- - 1

Tommy

 

-

John Morrison

- - 4

New House 2 d Capt. & Cowley

 

-

John Spittle ( C.M. )

- - 2

Gable

 

 

David Callister

- - 2

Gable

 

 

James Callister (Duke St)

- - 2

C. Morrison

 

 

Jane & Margt. Cannell

- -

C. Morrison

 

 

Charles Cannell

- -

New Road

Duke St.

Widow Kermode

- -

Bridsons (John Callister)

 

-

Thos. Kermode

- -

Nell

 

-

Ben. Greggor

- -

Harry Kaighins

 

-

Hugh Cannell

- - 6

Nutays

 

-

Edw. Faragher & others

- - 4

John Kewleys

 

-

Wm. Cain

- - 1

opposite Duke St.

 

-

David Kaighins concern

- - 2

opposite D. Callister in Bridge St.

Paddys Road

John Kaighin

- -

Kaighin Beg

 

-

Wm. Kelly (Bill Dan) Callin)

- -

Milleys House

 

-

Mr. Burn or Wm. Dodd

- - 2

Close Beg

 

-

The Poor of German

- - 5

 

 

Quay

The Queens Yard

- 2 -

 

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received by the editor at kaighin@iname.com

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