Landed Estates
NUI Galway

Lalor (Cregg)

A family originally established in county Laois who moved to county Tipperary in the late 17th century. John Lalor of Long Orchard and Cregg, county Tipperary married Elizabeth Doherty and had six sons. From the eldest son, Thomas, descend the Lalors of Cregg and from their third son, John, descend the Lalor and Power-Lalors of Long Orchard. At the time of Griffith's Valuation Thomas Lawlor held land in the parishes of Newtownlennon, barony of Iffa and Offa East and Brickendown, barony of Middlethird. In the 1870s his estate was comprised of 2,873 acres in county Tipperary and 527 acres in county Waterford. He died in 1890 and was succeeded by his sister's family, the Sadliers of Castleblake, county Tipperary.

Associated Families

Houses

Name Townland Civil Parish PLU DED Barony County Map Ref
Cregg Cregg Newtownlennon Clonmel Carrick on Suir Rural Iffa and Offa East Tipperary OSI Ref: S414 253
OS Sheet: 79
Discovery map: 75

Archival sources

  • Thomas Lalor Cooke Papers, 18th & 19th centuries, include correspondence & detailed accounts of the genealogy of the Lalor, Cooke & associated families. Ms 24,569-24,580 & Ms 25,296-25,298; National Library of Ireland
  • A pedigree of the family of Lalor of Cregg and Longorchard, Co. Tipperary, compiled by Thomas Lalor Cooke, of Birr 1859. Ms.1674 ; National Library of Ireland

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