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‘House Book’

‘House Book’ – account of properties and endowments of St Joseph’s Blackrock at its opening in September 1873. With some loose pages: A list of important documents (title deeds etc) at one time in the St Joseph’s Blackrock safe, an undated typed description of House Property belonging to St Joseph’s, Blackrock, a declaration by a relative of Alexander Grant dated 1883 regarding claims on the property of his late mother, and a page referring to two bequests.

‘Minutes of the Students Literary & Debating Society of St Joseph’s Blackrock'

‘Minutes of the Students Literary & Debating Society of St Joseph’s Blackrock, established March 5th 1922, at St Joseph’s, Blackrock, under the Patronage of Bl[essed] Francis Regis Clet CM.

Examples of motions debated are: 'Would total prohibition be beneficial to Ireland?', 'Whether is development along Industrial or along Agricultural lines the more suitable for Ireland?', 'Is nationalisation of manufactures desirable under an Irish government?' and 'Should Sunday Games be abolished?', among many other motions.

Abstract of Title to Fee Simple and Fee Farm Grant

Document headed 'Abstract of title to fee simple & fee farm grant of Malones Paddock and the holdings of [?Harry O'Mooney]'. The document tracks the change of possession of the lands of Newtown Castle Byrne, starting with Robert Byrne Esq[uire] of Cabinteely, who leased it to Reverend John Burrowes of Prospect, following which the lands were then held in fee farm grant to the trustee John Pilsworth Burrowes in 1855, and later in fee simple and interest in the fee farm grant to clergymen with the trustee Thomas Morrissey.
It then continues to explain the nature of the lands being held in fee simple and fee farm grant.

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