At the time of Griffith's Valuation the Reverend William de Moleyns held in fee the townland of Glandonohoe, almost 1,228 acres in the parish of Bridgetown, barony of Fermoy, county Cork. The Reverend William was the son of Frederick de Moleyns (sixth son of the 1st Baron Ventry) and his wife Elizabeth only daughter and heiress of William Croker of Johnstown, county Cork, son of John Croker of Tallow. In the 1870s Alured Alemburgh de Moleyns of Folkestone, Kent, England, owned 1,228 acres in county Cork. He was the second son of the Reverend William.
No houses were found for this estate
Contemporary printed sources
- PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS. ''Return of owners of land of one acre and upwards, in the several counties .... in Ireland''. HC 1876, LXXX: 121
- HUSSEY DE BURGH, U. H. ''The Landowners of Ireland. An alphabetical list of the owners of estates of 500 acres or £500 valuation and upwards in Ireland''. Dublin: Hodges, Foster and Figgis, 1878. [available online at www.askaboutireland.ie] : 123
Modern printed sources
- BURKE, John. ''A genealogical and heraldic history of the commoners of Great Britain and Ireland enjoing territorial possessions or high office; but uninvested with heritable honours''. London: Henry Colburn, 1836-1838: 340-341 (Croker)
- MOSLEY, Charles (ed). ''Burke's Peerage and Baronetage''. Crans, Switzerland: Burke's Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 1999: II, 2878-2880