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16880413 Pages 8 and 15 1688 and 1692


16880413 Pages 8 and 15 1688 and 1692


p 8

At a Vestry held at the Parish Church of Sego for the said Parish on Easter Monday, the 15th of April, 1688.

Agreed that the Minister and the Parishioners of the said parish doe nominate, elect, and constitute Mr John Tippnie? of Edenderry and Thomas Bole of Turmoyra to serve as Churchwardens for the said parish for this present year. It is likewise agreed that Owen McLindon and Hugh beg McLaline? shall serve as overseers of the highway in Brownlowe as a portion and that John Dynes the lower way and Thomas Trimble, the upper way, be overseers of the highway of the mannor of Larne and that William Dickson and John Brinckley be overseers of the highways in the mannor of Corbrackog, according to former divisions, for this present year, also James Walker is discharged of which money remained in his hands of the former churchwardens.


p 15

At a Vestry holden in the Parish Church of Sego, for the said Parish do nominate, elect and constitute Mr Patrick Morris of Lillennergel and William Arran of Cairn to serve as Churchwardens for the said Parish for this present year. It is likewise agreed that John Abraham of Derriaddo & Richard Mason of Tormeiry shall serve as overseers of the highway leading from the Drumgorr River to the foot of the hill near Mr Joe Dynes his house according to former divisions; and Timothy Kirk for the lower way of the mannor of Kearnan, and Thomas Rogers for the upper way of the same mannor; and Thomas Searclo and John McConnell for the highway of Corbrattoge, all according to former divisions.

Signed by John Campbell Clark

William Matthews Archibald Hamilton

Richd Timmons

Robert Wilson Francis Greenway (his mark)

Francis Mathews Jno Nicholl

Anthony Midcast (his mark) Robert Black (his mark)

John Greenway

Thomas Trottor

John Gibson

William McLellan (his mark)


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