Coolermoney Rentals: Leckpatrick Parish Rentals and Valuations 1775-1858
Coolermoney (Backside Toward the Shrubbery) is a 307-acre townland within Leckpatrick parish in north Co. Tyrone. Located three kilometres north of Artigarvan, Coolermoney belonged to the small Hall Estate. A small collection of documents relating to this estate has survived (including the 1751 will of John Hall, a 1772 marriage settlement between Thomas Chambers of Londonderry and Mary, daughter of John Hall, a lease of 1775 from William Hall of London, Thomas Bond of Ballycallaghan and Thomas Chambers of Londonderry to Joseph and John Morton of Coolermoney and a rental of 1775) and may be consulted at PRONI, 66 Balmoral Ave., Belfast.
RENT ROLL (HALL ESTATE) 1775 (PRONI Ref D/2649/15/3/4) COLLERMONEY:
Joseph Martin £28.0.0 Michael Maghry (farm) £28.0.0 (flax mill) £17.0.0 Denis McFeely (large orchard) £12.0.0 Michael McBrehune (little orchard) £6.0.0 James & Robert Reah £16.0.0 Hugh Sheeran & Teague Linchaghan £10.0.0 John Martin £6.10.0 William Kilgore £4.11.0
TITHE APPLOTMENTS: LECKPATRICK PARISH 1827
Upper: John & James Conningham James Hall Joseph Galbraith Lower: James Kilpatrick Dennis McFeely William Woods James Rea John Rea James Sheeran Joseph Cunningham Owen O’Neill Dennis O’Neill
GRIFFITHS VALUATION: LECKPATRICK PARISH 1858
A List of Occupiers and Immediate Lessors: William Douglas (Alexander McNeill & Mrs Chambers) Patrick Sweeny (William Douglas) David McNeill (same) Samuel Woods (Alexander McNeill & Mrs Chambers) David Monteith (Samuel Woods) Bernard McFeely (Alexander McNeill & Mrs Chambers) John McFeely (Bernard McFeely) Robert Woods (Alexander McNeill & Mrs Chambers) James Carnwath (same) Charles McGavagan (James Carnwath) William Hunter (same) Denis O’Neill (Alexander McNeill & Mrs Chambers) George Campbell (same) David Cunningham (William Murray) James Thompson (same) William Cunningham (same) Henry Barr (same) William Galbraith (same) James Ash (William Galbraith) Jane Johnston (same)