Landed Estates
NUI Galway

Hall (Woodfield)

In 1831 the Reverend Savage Hall, second son of Savage Hall of Narrow Water, county Down, married Anne eldest daughter of William James O'Brien of Woodfield, parish of Kilseily, barony of Tulla Lower, county Clare. At the time of Griffith's Valuation the Halls held 3 townlands in the parish. In the 1870s their second son Major William James Hall owned 4,718 acres in the county, 2,656 acres in county Armagh and 3,648 acres in county Down. He inherited the Narrow Water estate from his uncle.

Houses

Name Townland Civil Parish PLU DED Barony County Map Ref
Woodfield Woodfield Kilseily Limerick Kilseily 108 Tulla Lower Clare OSI Ref: R539 733
OS Sheet: 43
Discovery map: 58

Archival sources

  • Letters & papers of Hall family, Narrow Water, Co Down, including estate & other papers re the O’Brien family of Woodfield, Co Limerick & Rostrevor, Co Down, 1816-1847. Includes records re Maunsell estate at Curraghkyle, parish of Tomgraney, barony of Tulla Upper, on which the Halls received head rent, 1670-1934. D/2916; Public Record Office, Northern Ireland
  • Rental ledger for the Hall estate, County Clare, 1899-1922. McMahon Collection, IE CLCCA/PP/EST/1/1043; Clare County Archives

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Modern printed sources