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THOMMAS IRVINE, 5th child of William Irvine of Camgart who died in 1743.
Research Dep’t Dublin Castle reveals residences of Thommas as:-
Reciting that a marriage was intended to be had shortly between said Thommas Irvine and Jane Sproule, daughter of said Joseph Sproule, and in consideration of L 60 secured to be paid said Thommas Irvine as said Jane’s marriage portion, said Thommas Irvine being seized of said Lands of Killes by a lease for 3 years made to by Margatson Armour, Esq., late of Castle Coole, co. Fermanagh at the yearly rent of L 12.12, the said Thommas Irvine, in consideration of said Marriage portion and the sum of 5/- to said Thommas Irvine paid by said Joseph Sproule. Said Thommas Irvine covenanted that he should grant said Lands of Killes & lease thereof unto certain trustees . . . .
Witness ; John Irvine, of Five
b.1764, d. 1823
b. 1775, d. 1851