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TENANT 1705

USE

ENTITLEMENT

COTT. NO

07/01 Isabel Huddleston alias Alexander Dwelling house, out-houses& backside Inherited from her husband Robert Huddleston (d.1702) who had inherited from his father Thomas Huddleston (d.1663) & mother Jane Huddleston alias Murrey, (d. 1670)  
07/02 James Vicars of Dublin Half a house-stead Bought from Thomas Robinson & his wife c1682  
07/03 Mathew Cowell and Jane Cowell alias Thwaites his wife Half a house-stead Inherited by Jane from her father ‘Sir’ William Thwaites, vicar of Onchan (d.1685) who bought from Mary Tyson, 1674  
07/04 Captain John Oates of Bibaloe, Onchan House & garden (a) bought from Robert Huddleston, c1683
(b) inherited from his uncle ‘Sir’ William Oates, vicar of Marown (d.1677)
 
07/05 John Cannell, tailor Garden (a) Iinherited (i) as executor of father William Cannell (d. 1644) (ii) from mother Jony Cannell alias Vinch (d.1670) (b) Acquired by agreement with step-sister Elizabeth Atkinson  
07/06 William Thompson & Margaretr Thompson alias Pendlebury his wife, of Castletown & her children Anthony, Henry & Catherine Halsall Garden on the sandside Inherited by Margaret from her father Richard Pendlebury (d.1670) & her mother Margaret Pendlebury alias Quayle (d.1680) & acquired from brother Richard Pendlebury  
07/07 The Executors of David Murrey A sand garden at the lower end of the town Entitled as executors of their father David Murrey junior of Douglas (d.1702)  
07/08 Isabel Huddleston alias Alexander Garden Inherited from her husband Robert Huddleston (d.1702), who inherited from his father Thomas Huddleston (d.1663) & mother Jane Huddleston alias Murrey (d.1671)  
07/09 John Callister, fiddler Dwelling house Bought from Robert Murrey, 1702, who had become entitled through lapse of a mortgage from Thomas Crellin, merchant, and Margaret his wife c1700.