The Will of William Wingrove Manning

" Please find "Extract of Will of William Wingrove Manning" as prepared by Eneclann Ltd., , Trinity College, Dublin 2 Plus Deed of Surrender being the date of 13th June 1859 and made between Samuel Manning of Ballyteague in the county of Wicklow Gentleman and The Right Honourable William Thomas Spencer Wentworth. Earl FitzWilliam. With these two documents read in conjunction gives a understanding of wealth, standing and background of William Manning. While the English would leave their estate to oldest, the Irish would split estate among all children. Note that Elizabeth is not mentioned by name in will. Lets first look family details as we know them. William Wingrove MANNING Sex: M born 21st Nov 1779 Marriage(s): Spouses:

Grace Wingrove Marriage: 22nd March 1803 St Savourís Church Rathdrum Ireland

Marriage Record

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Record # 1213
Created: 25 Sep 2001† 22:38:19

Groom Surname: Manning
Bride Surname: Wingrove
Grooms Residence:Rathdrum
Brides Residence: Rathdrum
Name of Priest:
Source of this record: Cof I Rathdrum Parish records
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Comment: Son of George Manning daughter of John Wingrove

Eliza SAUL Marriage: 3rd Feb 1820 Saint Michael The Archangel, Dublin, Ireland

Two memorials in an iron railed enclosure, a) headstone and b) ledger slab: (b) Beneath lies the remains of Grace /Manning alias Wingrove daughter of John Wingrove late of Rathdrum/ departed December 26th 1818 aged 34 years/this stone was recected by her lament/ing husband/ (here follows 3 lines of her virtues) also Wm Manning late of Rathdrum husband of the above Grace who departed this life 23rd March 1838. Aged 58 Years

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Transcripts of Will of William W Manning: dated 18/12/1837

DocID: 41413

Reference: IWR/1838/F/262

Name & Address Date of Death Where and when proved Executor/Administrator Value of assets Beneficiaries

William Wingrove Manning,Rathdrum, Co.Wicklow 23rd March 1838 Prerog Court Barlow(?) 24th May 1838 George Manning, The Avoca Hotel, Rathdrum, Co.Wicklow.

Thomas Saul,No.4, High St. Dublin. £3230 Extract from document

Legacies

1.Yard and dwelling house occupied by the son George.

Legatee: said George Manning

Consanguinity: son

Upon what contingency, or if in succession of equal rate: his heirs, Executors, Administrator, during the continuance of the lease.

2. Behan's Field

Observations : 2 yr tenure

Legatee: said George Manning

3. A house and land in Ballygannon, Dr. Clarke's field and a meadow.

Legatee: John Manning

Consanguinity: son

4. .?.. in a house and land adjoining Ballygammon occupied as a Police Barrack and in a house occupied by Mrs M.Boyer

Legatee: William Manning

Consanguinity: son

Upon what Contingency: at 24 rents in the meantime to his wife.

5. ..?.. in the lands of Ballyteigue and Knockadosan, Wingrove's Holding and Bolton's Land subject with no.6 to the maintenance of the wife as long as she resides with the son Samuel or an Annuity of £10 for life whilst she resides with the said son or the maintenance of the son William until he is entitled to receive his own property.

Legatee: Samuel Manning

Consanguinity: son

Upon what Contingency: at 24 rents in the meantime to the wife

6. ..?.. in the lands of Garrymore subject see No.5.

Observations: 2 yr tenure

Legatee: said Samuel Manning

7. Testor's farm in Ticklash

Legatee: Archibald Manning

Consanguinity: son

Upon what Contingency: at 21 rents in the meantime to his wife.

8. Testor's estate in the lands of Kilmacoo

Legatee: Robert Manning

Consanguinity: son

Upon what Contingency: at 21 rents in the meantime to his wife

9. Testor's estate in the lands of Knockadosan. (Valued at £25)

Legatee: Thomas Manning

Consanguinity: son

Upon what Contingency: at 21 rents in the meantime to his wife.

10. Testor's Estate in the Glebe lands of Rathdrum

Legatees: Robert, Thomas, William

Consanguinity: sons

Upon what Contingency: at 21 rents in the meantime to the wife.

11. £200

Legatee: Maria

Consanguinity: daughter

Upon What Contingency: at 21 or marriage with accumulations and benefits of survivorship.

12. £200

Legatee: Sarah

Consanguinity: daughter

Upon What Contingency: at 21 or marriage with accumulations and benefits of survivorship.

13. £200

Legatee: Susannah

Consanguinity: daughter

Upon What Contingency: at 21 or marriage with accumulations and benefits of survivorship.

14. Residue except half a year's rent for house specify. bequeathed to William Woloughton.

Observations: Testor leaves M.A.Boyer the house and garden occupied by her equally among the wife for life subject to a yearly rent of £22.

Legatees: Samuel, Archibald, Robert, Thomas, William

Consanguinity: sons

Upon what Contingency: at 21 with survivorship and power to the Exors to apply such part as they may think fit for their maintenance in the meantime

Inventory: £ s d

Goods: 35 13 0

In the Lands:864 17 6

Leases: 645 0 0

Securities: 1007 11 6

Stock: 344 15 6

Cash: 8 0 0

Total £2905 17. 6.

Observations:

Should the wife marry she is to be paid £100 and have no further claim on Testor's property.

The bequests of such of the children as shall go to law suspecting this will are to be considered void.

End of Extract.

" The deed below is a deed made between Williamís son Samuel and Earl Fitzwilliam A Memorial is a indented Deed of Surrender being the date of 13th June 1859 and made between Samuel Manning . of Ballyteague in the county of Wicklow Gentleman and The Right Honourable William Thomas Spencer Wentworth. Earl FitzWilliam.

Deed No. 285 Reg 12th July 1859 at 3 0'Clock

∑ Mentioning a previous deed dated 12th Aug 1817 that the Earl Fitzwilliam above and the Rt Hon. Charles William Wentworth FitzWilliam, commonly called Viscount Melton only son & heir apparent of said Earl did lease to William Manning all that land and Buildings is at Ballygannon then in the occupation of Garth Ollagan also closed parcels of ground being part of lands of Ballygannon containing 8 acres 1 rod & ten parcels of Plantation measure late in lease to John Wingrove deceased, bounded Eastward by lands in lease to Edward Byrne, Westward by John Jenkinson holding northwards other lands in lease to the said William Manning and Southward by the high road between Rathdrum & Baltinglass. all which said premises were then in possession of the said William Manning and his undertentants said Garrett Ollaghan and are situated in the Barony of Ballinacor and county Wicklow. To Hold to said William Manning for the Life of James Manning therein named or the term of 21 Years at a yearly rent of £28.2 or £19 a therein that delt ∑ This is a paraphrase of the first part of the document, dealing with the original deed with William Manning in 1817 leasing land off the Earl and describing the land position. ∑ The next part deals with the will of William Manning that was made in 1837 ∑ Mentioned a reciting that said William Manning had since died & by his will dated 18/12/1837 he bequeathed to his wife Elizabeth Manning the aford said lands & premises for her support and maintenance and her children till they arrival of age and further bequeathed said lands absolutely to said Samuel Manning on his attaining the age of 24 years, subject to support of Elizabeth Manning and should she not reside with Samuel Manning then William's will had Samuel pay out from the lands during her life £10 per annum The deed further said that Samuel Manning had attained age 24 years of age and was in possession of the said lands and continued to pay annuity to Elizabeth Manning, having preferred to reside elsewhere, and stated that the estate of the said lessors in said indenture of lease hath became legally vested in said William Thomas Spencer Wentworth Earl FitzWilliam and that Samuel Manning has proposed to surrender the said lands to Earl FitzWilliam and the said Elizabeth Manning by Indenture bearing the same date as deed said that Samuel Manning in consideration of five shillings has granted assignment in release confirmed surrendered and yielded up into Earl FitzWilliam all that & those the said herein before mentioned lands and premises with the appointments and ample manner as same demised by said rented lease of 13th Aug 1817 together with the tenants part of the lease. To hold all and singular said lands and premises into Earl FitzWilliam, his heirs and assigns for and during the rest residue and remainder of the terms granted by said indentive of lease.


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