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Re: Registry of Deeds: Union Street Research
« Reply #9 on: Monday 13 May 24 21:13 BST (UK) »
Good view of it on this 1811 map, closer to the end of Marlborough Street

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Re: Registry of Deeds: Union Street Research
« Reply #10 on: Monday 13 May 24 23:03 BST (UK) »
I don't think the alley at Wynns Hotel is the same As Union Street. Here's a copy of Rocque's map which dates to 1756. It looks a lot closer to Marlborough St then Drogheda St which is the precursor to O'Connell Street. Maybe I'm misreading??

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Re: Registry of Deeds: Union Street Research
« Reply #11 on: Tuesday 14 May 24 01:51 BST (UK) »
To return to OP's interests, I wonder if he is aware that all the RD records are available for viewing on the internet, on the FamilySearch site?
BRENNANx2 Davidstown/Taghmon,Ballybrennan; COOPER St.Helens;CREAN Raheennaskeagh/Ballywalter;COSGRAVE Castlebridge?;CULLEN Lady's Island;CULLETON Forth Commons;CURRAN Hillbrook, Wic;DOYLE Clonee/Tombrack;FOX Knockbrandon; FURLONG Moortown;HAYESx2 Walsheslough/Wex;McGILL Litter;MORRIS Forth Commons;PIERCE Ladys Island;POTTS Bennettstown;REDMOND Gerry; ROCHEx2 Wex; ROCHFORD Ballysampson/Ballyhit;SHERIDAN Moneydurtlow; SINNOTT Wex;SMYTH Gerry/Oulart;WALSH Kilrane/Wex; WHITE Tagoat area

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Re: Registry of Deeds: Union Street Research
« Reply #12 on: Wednesday 15 May 24 13:42 BST (UK) »
Thanks @Wexflyer, I've managed to use the Family Search locations date to find a bunch of Union Street records in the general time frame that is of interest.

I guess what is difficult to discern is the time frame I'm interested in which is 1790 - 1810 and how to decipher the actual entries which I assume cross references the actual Memorial records. I've attached an example which lists three Union Street entries of interest

Looking at the first entry, am i correct in undertanding
  - Napper to Dunn refers to the two parties on the transaction
  - Next is the book number where the memorial is recorded
  - Page location in the above book
  - What is the meaning of No235102?

Martin


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Re: Registry of Deeds: Union Street Research
« Reply #13 on: Wednesday 15 May 24 14:15 BST (UK) »
It looks as if the transactions may have been numbered sequentially when they were commenced, but they were not entered in the books in strict order, perhaps because some took longer to complete than others.

The first three parts give a reference to exactly where a given transaction number wlll be found.  This was probably written on the deed itself as well, so any deed could be traced back to the entry in the books. 

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Re: Registry of Deeds: Union Street Research
« Reply #14 on: Wednesday 15 May 24 15:33 BST (UK) »
Wouldn't worry about the page number.
Go to page 10 on Family Search find v 345, click on camera icon
V 345 is 1781-1783
Check you have the correct Vol as more than one, in this case it's the first one.
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSJW-19C3-Z?i=2&cat=185720
Work down through the images to find you Memorial number.

M 235102 right hand page
https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSJW-19CW-3?i=315&cat=185720

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Re: Registry of Deeds: Union Street Research
« Reply #15 on: Wednesday 15 May 24 16:09 BST (UK) »
Another way to find people on Union St is to use the Church Records on Irish Genealogy and put Union St in location, you'll get other addresses with Union in them as well but you might find something useful, it may also help to see when it stops being used.

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Re: Registry of Deeds: Union Street Research
« Reply #16 on: Wednesday 15 May 24 19:52 BST (UK) »

Looking at the first entry, am i correct in understanding
  - Napper to Dunn refers to the two parties on the transaction
  - Next is the book number where the memorial is recorded
  - Page location in the above book
  - What is the meaning of No235102?

Martin

With reference to your questions:

- Napper to Dunn: Yes
- Book No.: Yes
- Page No.: Yes
- Number: This is the official number by which the memorial was registered. It should be on the above page number, in the above book. It will be in the margin, next to the start of the abstract of the deed (the "memorial").

Note that the numbers in any one book aren't sequential, as there were multiple books, for different locations, in use at any given time.

BRENNANx2 Davidstown/Taghmon,Ballybrennan; COOPER St.Helens;CREAN Raheennaskeagh/Ballywalter;COSGRAVE Castlebridge?;CULLEN Lady's Island;CULLETON Forth Commons;CURRAN Hillbrook, Wic;DOYLE Clonee/Tombrack;FOX Knockbrandon; FURLONG Moortown;HAYESx2 Walsheslough/Wex;McGILL Litter;MORRIS Forth Commons;PIERCE Ladys Island;POTTS Bennettstown;REDMOND Gerry; ROCHEx2 Wex; ROCHFORD Ballysampson/Ballyhit;SHERIDAN Moneydurtlow; SINNOTT Wex;SMYTH Gerry/Oulart;WALSH Kilrane/Wex; WHITE Tagoat area

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Re: Registry of Deeds: Union Street Research
« Reply #17 on: Wednesday 15 May 24 21:45 BST (UK) »
Thanks so much to everyone, you've been both patient and kind with my ignorance.

I feel much better prepared to do the research. No doubt I'll be posting again looking for help with decipering 18th century script

Martin