1708 Deed and Feoffment, Donogh Daly, Farnanmanagh, Kilcrohane, West Cork, Witness Owen Daly.
It is possible that the Bechers had Daly join in the deed to perfect their title.
Total relinquishment and transfer of all rights of ownership in land from one individual to another.
A feoffment in old England was a transfer of property that gave the new owner the right to sell the land as well as the right topass it on to his heirs.
An essential element of feoffment was livery of seisin, a ceremony for transferring the possession of real property from oneperson to another.
Feoffment is also known as enfeoffment.
It is probably that shortly before the Daly lands in Kilcrohane were forfeit.
|Type of deed||Date of current deed||18 Sep 1708||Vol||Page||Memorial|
|Feofment||Date of earlier deed||2||155||348|
|No||Role(s) in earlier deed(s)||Role in current deed(s)||Family name||Forename||Place||Occ or title||A|
|2||P2D||BECHER||Thomas||of||Sherkin, By of West Carberry, COR||Esq|
|3||P1D||DALY||Donogh||of||Farinmanagh, By of West Carberry, COR||Gent||A|
|Abstract||Comment for person  :
Person  :town & lands of Farrimanagh, Kilerohane, COR
|MS||Date registered||3 Mar 1708||Date abstract added||20120119|