Landed Estates
NUI Galway

Studdert (Dangananella)

This branch of the Studdert family was established at Dangananella, just outside Cooraclare, in the parish of Kilmacduane, barony of Moyarta, county Clare, from the late 18th century. They intermarried with the Moroneys, Cullinans, Coxs and Brews. Members of this family also lived at Doonmore, parish of Killard, barony of Ibrickane and intermarried with the Copland family. Jonas Studdert held lands in the parish of Kilballyowen, barony of Moyarta at the time of Griffith's Valuation. In the 1870s Jonas Studdert of Dangananella and other family members owned about 1,000 acres in county Clare. By 1916 Jonas's son Thomas George Handcock Studdert had agreed to sell 418 acres of tenanted land to the Congested Districts' Board.

Houses

Name Townland Civil Parish PLU DED Barony County Map Ref
Drumellihy Drumellihy Westby Kilmacduane Kilrush Drumellihy 84 Moyarta Clare OSI Ref: R038 646
OS Sheet: 47
Discovery map: 57
Dangananella House Dangananella East Kilmacduane Kilrush Drumellihy 84 Moyarta Clare OSI Ref: R037 624
OS Sheet: 47
Discovery map: 57

Archival sources

  • Studdert Estate and Family Papers, including rentals, deeds, accounts, legal documents and correspondence, 1788-1930. MSS 20,627-20,641; National Library of Ireland
  • Lease by Thomas Studdert to Thomas Prosser of lands at Clonlea, 25 Mar 1848. D 26,846; National Library of Ireland
  • Documents re farm at Dunmore, Killard, Co Clare, including reference to Studderts, William Glynn & George Copeland also plan & estimate for construction of house for William Studdert, Kilballyowen, c 1813-1920. D 26,732-26,744; National Library of Ireland

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Modern printed sources