includes snippets of information collected and contributed by
Ellie who first posted them to the Fermanagh Mail List.
June 17, 1736, an Indenture between Nicholas
Ashdale, Esq. of Castle
Archdall, County Fermanagh, and John Porteus, of Giltagh, for lands at
Drumadoon, Mullagh and Cavith, at an annual rent of pounds 23 for 140
January 1, 1737, an indenture between Nicholas Loftus
Hume and George
Porteus of Tonnydoon (Dinnydoon) for lands at Tonnydoon, Rossary Parish,
held by George Porteus, age 31 years, born 1706, and John Porteus for the
lives of George Porteus and John Porteus of Giltagh, nephew to George, aged
10 years, born 1727, and Thomas Maguire.
June 7, 1760, an indenture between Nicholas Hume, Earl of Ely, and George
Porteus of Dinnydoon, for the lives of George Porteus, 2nd, son of the
lessee, age 12 years, born 1747, Thomas Maguire, age 19 years and Archibald
Frazer, age 9 years.
December 6, 1792, a lease recorded by James
Portes of Loughlin, County
Fermanagh to William Armstrong of Drumoose, County Fermanagh, for lands
known as Moenywilkin, Parish of Innismacsaint, for 21 years at an annual
rent of pounds 54.5.0.
April 20, 1819, a lease by John
Porteus of Giltagh to William
Broomhill, both County Fermanagh, for lands known as Broomhill, for 7 years
at a yearly rent of pounds 45. with provision for access to the lands for
removal of dung and manure.
Devenish in the Vestry Book for that parish: Appear James and Patrick
Porteus, witnesses to a lease between John
Brien, owner of the manor of
Castledown (near Monea), 20 January, 1790, where the Parish Church stands.
In the Index to Clogher Diocesan Marriage
Bonds (Bans) to 1852:
William Porteus and Jane
George Porteus and Jane
In the Index to Clogher Diocesan Marriage Bonds (Bans) to 1852:
George Porteus and Mary
Thomas Porteus and Margery
John Porteus and Elizabeth
In a fragment of a Parish Register for Innismacsaint, John
godfather to Andrew and James Henry, April 9, 1672.