COPE-HYDE A dwelling house corner Palace Street in Dame Street. Dame Street
ROD: 439-36-284205. 1791 Aug 11.
A Memorial of a deed 11 Aug 1791 btw William COPE of City of Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & Robert HYDE of said City Gent of the other pt. COPE granted dwelling house & Messuage & tenement in Dame Street at corner of Pallace Street containing in front to Dame Street 25’ and in the rere 16’ and in depth from front to rere 54’ bounded on the West to Palace Street on the east by Mr. HUTCHINSONs holding on the south to Thomas DUIGNAMs holding on the North to Dame Street to hold for lives of Robert HYDE his son George Robert Loftus HYDE and [lives of royalty] for term of 100 years to Robert HYDE & his heirs. WITNESS: Henry BIRKETT & Thomas SWEENY both of City of Dublin Gent
ROD: 691-467-474942. 1815 Mar 13
BTW Robert HYDE of Mount Eagle Co. Dublin Esq. of 1st pt and Elizabeth HYDE otherwise WHITHORNE his wife of the other pt. and William HYDE of Hollybrook Co. Dublin & William WHITTHORNE jun of City of Dublin Esq. 24 Aug 1814 re: marriage of Eliza HYDE otherwise WHITTHORNE with the said Robert HYDE [marriage portion] dwelling house Messuage or tenement known as No. 7 Dame Street situate on the corner of Palace Street by virtue of a lease 11 Aug 1791 made by William COPE of City of Dublin Esq. for term of 3 lives or 100 years … [other lands elsewhere] … And further reciting that Robert HYDE was then also possessed by a lease dated 14 Nov 1795 made to him by Michael HUTCHINSON of all that and those certain apartments that is to say the back kitchen and three back rooms part of the Dwelling House wherein the said Michael HUTCHINSON lately resided in Dame Street City of Dublin next door to said first recited premises for term of 86 years from 1 Nov inst and reciting the said Robert HYDE had a pressing occasion for the sum of £700 had applied to the said Trustees to lend and advance him the same out of the fortune of said Elizabeth …
ROD: 500-132-12379. 1794 Sep 1 Palace Street
BTW Robert HYDE of City of Dublin Coffee House Keeper of 1 pt & Valentine DOWLING of City of Dublin of other pt. Reciting that in Consideration of £250 paid by DOWLING, HYDE assigned to DOWLING in his actual possession… the house known by the name of Hyde’s Coffee No. 7 Dame Street the Corner of the Palace Street with the appurtenances and several articles of Household furniture .. for three lives of 100 years subject to the payment of rent… WITNESS James O’BYRNE of City of Dublin Esq. & Mr. Daniel Mark CONNER of Beresford Road
WHITHORNE & ors – HUTCHINSON
ROD: 735-23-500958. 1818 Dec 5
BTW William WHITTHORNE sr & William WHITTHORNE jr of 1st pt. Robert HYDE of City of Dublin Gent & Elizabeth HYDE otherwise WHITHORNE his wife of 2nd pt. & Michael HUTCHINSON of Dame Street City of Dublin [Assee?] of the estate and effects of Robert HYDE an insolvent of 3rd pt. Reciting deed of 13 Mar 1815 btw Robert HYDE of Mount Eagle Co. Dublin Esq. of 1 pt & William WHITTHORNE sen & William WHITTHORNE jy of the other part set to them the dwelling house known by No. 7 Dame situate at the corner of Palace bounded as therein described … and lands of Ballymonehan Commonly called Murphystown … apartments in the Dwelling house wherein the said Michael HUTCHINSON formerly resided that is to say the back kitchen and the 3 first back rooms part of said dwelling house together with several articles of furniture stock & farming utensils … Robert HYDE was by order of the Court of Common Please discharged as an insolvent debtor and returned said mortgage in his schedule and made the usual assignments of his property and further reciting that by an order 18 June that said insolvent should be reexamined and upon such examination said insolvent was by the order of the court remanded into the Custody of the Sherriffs of the City of Dublin … [more detail]
ROD: 494-65-320682. 1795 Dec 24
BTW William McKANE of City of Dublin Gent of 1 pt & Robert EMMETT Esq. of the other. Reciting that Catherine ALLEY of City of Dublin widow owned for her natural life an undivided moiety or half part of a lot of ground and premises at Castle Lane otherwise Palace Street City of Dublin described in deed of lease and release 8 & 9 July 1794 to William McKANE who demised to Robert EMMETT the one undivided a Moiety half part share of ground with the dwelling house and office erected on the West side of Castle Lane now called Palace Street formerly in possession of John NUTT deceased and now in tenure and occupation of John WILLIAMS public notary. Containing in front to Castle Lane 18’ 9” In the rere 18’ 8” and in depth front to rere on the south side 65’ 4” and on the North side 65’. Bounded on the East to Castle Lane on the west to ground and houses belonging to Walter REDFORD Sadler on the south by a dwelling house and premises in possession of William EDWARDS gun maker and on the North by a dwelling house and premises in possession of Mrs. Ann COTTON. To hold to Robert EMMETT his heirs and assigns for life of Catherine ALLEY. WITNESS: John WICKS of City of Dublin attorney & Mr. Thomas FLEMING of same City Gent.
ROD: 652-384-448328. 1806 Jan 14
BTW Thomas Addis EMMET of New York USA Esq of 1st pt Robert HOLMES of City of Dublin Esq. of 2nd pt. & John WILLIAMS of City of Dublin Esq of 3rd pt. … parcel of ground with dwelling house & Offices on West side of Castle Lane now called Palace Street in City of Dublin formerly in possession of John NOTT [NUTT?] deceased & now in tenure & occupancy of John WILLIAMS containing in front to Castle Lane 23:18:9 and in rere 18:8 in depth from front to rere on South side 65’ and on the north side 65’ bounded on East to Castle Lane & on west to houses belonging to Walter REDFORD sadler and on south by a dwelling house in possession of Mrs Ann COTTON … for life of Catherine ALLEY … to hold the said premises unto the said John WILLIAMS his heirs and assigns for and during all such [?] & Inheritances thereof as Robert EMMET therein mentioned was entitled to in his life time under and by virtue of recited articles of agreement 17 Aug 1800 which said deed and this Memorial are witnessed by William MAZIERE & Peter Ferdinand WEBER both of City of Dublin Gent.
- Samuel Burdy in The History of Ireland.
- National Library holdings on William COPE].
- Allied Irish Bank formerly Munster & Leinster Bank
- The Irish Times: Living by the Castle on Palace Street - Dublin 2