Landed Estates
NUI Galway

Dunne (Moymore)

Mathias Stacpoole of Moymore, county Clare, third son of George Hogan Stacpoole of Cragbrien married firstly Ellen Pilkington and secondly Louisa Macnamara (her second husband was John Macnamara of Moher) by whom he had two daughters Sarah Jane and Mary Louisa. Mary Louisa Stacpoole married firstly Dr James Richard Dunne and they had a daughter Louisa who married Thomas Hugh Kenny (Stacpoole Kenny). In 1866 she married secondly William Ryding. At the time of Griffith's Valuation James R. Dunne held 3 townlands in the parish of Killaspuglonane, barony of Corcomroe, county Clare, amounting to over a thousand acres. He was a Justice of the Peace for county Clare in 1855. In the 1870s Mrs Mary Louisa Ryding owned 1,165 acres in county Clare. see http://www.archerfamily.org.uk/family/stacpoole.htm

Houses

Name Townland Civil Parish PLU DED Barony County Map Ref
Moymore Moymore North Killaspuglonane Ennistimon Killaspuglonane 59 Corcomroe Clare OSI Ref: R096 915
OS Sheet: 15
Discovery map: 51
Summer Ville Ballyfaudeen Killaspuglonane Ennistimon Killaspuglonane 59 Corcomroe Clare OSI Ref: R092 913
OS Sheet: 15
Discovery map: 51

Archival sources

  • Stacpoole Kenny Papers: Commission of the Peace for James Richard Dunne of Ennistymon, 13 June 1854. D 26,548; National Library of Ireland
  • Stacpoole Kenny Papers: Lease by James Richard Dunne to James Shannon of Rock Lodge, barony of Corcomroe, 2 July 1853. D 26,547; National Library of Ireland
  • Stacpoole Kenny Papers: Notices to quit from Mary Louisa Stacpoole (married Dunne) to tenants of Ballyfaudeen & Moymore, 1852-1853 with undated list of tenants, 16 items. MS 18,913; National Library of Ireland

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Modern printed sources