William Apjohn of Kilduff and Richard Lloyd of Kildromin appear to provide a marriage dowry of 700 pounds for Mary Burgh who is about to marry Richard's nephew Thomas. Witnessing the memorial is Mrs. Elizabeth Gabbett of Drunkeen.No 9951 A Memorial (Lloyd to Apjohn, Nov 11, 1715) of Deeds of Lease and Release Bearing date & effectively the Eleventh and Twelfth days of November One Thousand Seven Hundred and Fifteen. The Lease made between the Reverend Thomas Lloyd of Ballygibba in the County of Limerick Esq. of the one part and William Apjohn of Kilduffe and Richard Lloyd of Kiloromin in the County of Limerick Gentlemen of the other part and the release made between the said Thomas Lloyd of the One part, Richard Burke of Dromkeen in the said County Chanter of Emly of the second part the said William Apjohn and Richard Lloyd of the third part By which said Release the said Thomas Lloyd in consideration of a marriage Intended to be had between the said Thomas Lloyd and Mary Burgh Third daughter to the said Richard Burgh, and of the Marriage Portion of Seven Hundred Pounds paid to the same Thomas Lloyd by the said Richard Burgh and for other considerations therein mentioned Hath Granted Bargained, Sold, Aliened, Released and Confirmed unto the said William Apjohn and Richard Lloyd and their Heirs All that and there the Lands Tenements and Hereditaments following (That is to say) Pallinebeg, Gortboy and Kilmeal in the Barony of Owneybegg and County of Limerick to have and to hold all and singular the Said Land and Tenements and Hereditaments with their and every of their Appurtenances unto the said William Apjohn and Richard Lloyd their Heirs and Assignees forever. To the several uses Intents and Purposes hereinafter Expressed & Declared (That is to say) to the use of the said Thomas Lloyd for Life without Impeachment of [cannot read] and after the determination of that Estate to the use of the said William Apjohn and Richard Lloyd and their Heirs for and during the natural lives of the said Thomas Lloyd in Fruit only to preserve the Contingent Remainders But Nevertheless to Permit and suffer the said Thomas Lloyd during his natural life to take and receive the rents & Profits of the Said Premises and after the decease of the said Thomas Lloyd To the [cannot read] Intent and purpose for the said Mary his Intended Wife should survive him the said Thomas Lloyd that the said Mary should have and yearly receive and enjoy from & after his death for the Term of her Natural Life for and in the name of her jointure one annuity or yearly rent Charge of One Hundred Pounds to be yearly issuing out of the aforesaid Premises to be Paid to her the said Mary & her assignees at the two usual gales or Terms of the year clear above all taxes, and in case of non-payment of all or any part of the annuity it should be lawful for the said Mary and her assignees to enter and distrain as in such cases as usual and upon this further Trust that they the said William Apjohn and Richard Lloyd and their heirs should stand seized of the said Premises after the decease of the said Thomas Lloyd (Charged with the said annuity) to the use of the first son of the said Thomas Lloyd on the body of the said Mary to be gotten and the heirs of his Body, and for default of such issue to the use of the Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh and all every other son & sons severally one after another and the respective heirs made of the Body and Bodys of such son and sons and for default of such issue to the use of the said William Apjohn and Richard Lloyd and their heirs in case the said Mary should be [cannot read--enseint] at the Death of the said Thomas Lloyd in Truth for such after born child or children and for default of such issue to the use of the said Richard Burgh his executor administrator and assignees for the term of ninety nine years, and after the determination of that while (title?) to the use of the said Thomas Lloyd his heirs and assignees forever and as to the [cannot read] Estate of ninety nine years limited to the said Richard Burgh his executor administrator and assignees. It is declared that out of the rents & profits of the said premises he the said Richard Burgh his executor administrator and assignees should levy and raise such sum or sums of money for the portions of such daughters begotten on the body of the said Mary by the said Thomas Lloyd as herein after specified (viz.) if there be one daughter the sum of six hundred pounds to be paid her at her age of eighteen years or marriage. But he there be more daughters than one then the said sum of six hundred pounds to be equally divided among them provided always that in case there should be any issue younger son or sons begotten as aforesaid & no daughters that then that it should be lawful for the said Thomas Lloyd by deeds or will only executed to charge the premises with any sum not exceeding seven hundred pounds (where the said six hundred pounds to be part) for the portions of such younger sons and to be divided among them in such manner as the said Thomas Lloyd should by such deed or will divide and appoint which said lease is witnessed by the said Richard Burgh Boleyn Bigg of Carrick in the County of Tipperary Esquire Mrs. Elizabeth Gabbett then of Drumkeen in the County of Limerick Nidon & Richard Bourke of Drumsailiagh in the City of Limerick Gents. And the said release is witnessed by the said Boleyn Bigg, Elizabeth Gabbett and Richard Bourke of Drumsaillagh. Thomas Lloyd (seal) signed and sealed in the presence of Mrs. Barbara Moore, Richard Bourke. The above named Richard Bourke maketh oath that he is a subscribing witness to the deeds of lease & return (of which the above writing is a memorial) and also to the said memorial and san the [cannot read] only execute and that the said memorial was delivered to Mr. William Parry on the 9th day of November 1717 or near half an hour after ten a clock in the forenoon.