Landed Estates
NUI Galway

Finucane (Stamer Park)

At the beginning of the 19th century Daniel Finucane was residing at Stamer Park, Ennis, county Clare. Weir writes that he married Catherine Daxon in 1792. His daughter Bridget married John James Cullen of Skreeny, county Leitrim in 1810. Diana Finucane daughter of Daniel Finucane of Stamer Park married Andrew Stacpoole of Lifford, Ennis, in 1827. Daniel Finucane's son Michael was the proprietor of Stamer Park in 1837 and married Lucinda daughter of Pierce Carrick of Ennis. They had six children. At the time of Griffith’s Valuation their eldest son Daniel Carrick Finucane held land in the parishes of Kilmaley and Drumcliff, barony of Islands and Dysert, Kilnamona and Inagh, barony of Inchiquin. Daniel C. Finucane died unmarried in 1866 and his younger brother Pierce Finucane of Larch Hill, Ennis, owned 2,333 acres in county Clare in the 1870s.


Name Townland Civil Parish PLU DED Barony County Map Ref
Stamer Park Clonroad Beg Drumcliff Ennis Ennis Rural 26 Islands Clare OSI Ref: R341 777
OS Sheet: 33
Discovery map: 58
Larch Hill Reaskaun Templemaley Ennis Templemaley 25 Bunratty Upper Clare OSI Ref: R329 816
OS Sheet: 25
Discovery map: 58

Archival sources

  • Genealogy of Finucane family, with illustration of arms, by Philip Crossle, 1929. GO MS 558; National Library of Ireland
  • Genealogy of Finucane family in Co Clare, in Irish & English, by Aodh Buidhe MacCuirtin, 1731-1739. GO MS 560; National Library of Ireland
  • Genealogical notes, with copies of wills, re Finucane family, Co Clare. M.1934-1935, T.6925-6955, D.16575 ; National Archives of Ireland
  • Guinness, Mahon & Co Deposit (1937), includes deeds extracts re Finucane family, Co Clare. D.5768-5923, C.1075-5275; National Archives of Ireland

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Modern printed sources