Landed Estates
NUI Galway

Lloyd (Mortlestown)

John Lloyd of Cranagh, county Tipperary, refers to his kinsman Thomas Lloyd Prince in his will dated 1770. A document in the Kilboy Papers refers to Thomas Prince Loyd (sic) of Mayfield who had an estate worth about £1,000. Thomas Prince Lloyd, son of Robert Lloyd of county Tipperary, entered Trinity College, Dublin in 1811 aged 19. His address in 1844 is given as Mortlestown Castle when his son also named Thomas Prince Lloyd entered the King's Inns. At the time of Griffith's Valuation Thomas P. Lloyd held land in the parishes of Drangan and Rathcool, barony of Middlethird and in the parish of Bourney, barony of Ikerrin. The estate John Millett assignee of Thomas Prince Lloyd amounting to 1,476 acres in the baronies of Ikerrin and Middlethird was advertised for sale in January 1853.

Associated Families

Houses

Name Townland Civil Parish PLU DED Barony County Map Ref
Mortlestown Castle Mortlestown Cooleagh Cashel Coolcagh 45 Middlethird Tipperary OSI Ref: S219 431
OS Sheet: 62
Discovery map: 67
Longford Longford Bourney Roscrea Bourney West 116 Ikerrin Tipperary OSI Ref: S088 799
OS Sheet: 23
Discovery map: 59
Mountfrisco Mountfrisco Bourney Roscrea Bourney West 116 Ikerrin Tipperary OSI Ref: S085 790
OS Sheet: 23
Discovery map: 59

Archival sources

  • Encumbered Estates’ Court Rentals (O’Brien), Millett & Lloyd, 11 Jan 1853, Vol 20 & 3 Nov 1857, Vol 48 (2) MRGS 39/009 & 39/023, (microfilm copy in NUIG); National Archives of Ireland
  • Venables Collection, includes Randle Jones of Christioneth, Ruabon, TO George Mears of Placebennion gent. Appointment as his attorney to recover on behalf of Jones and of Ann Lloyd daughter of William Lloyd of Roger Jackson and Maurice Landy (tenants of Ann Lloyd in co. Tipperary Ireland) all money and arrears of rents due to Ann and also money due from Joseph Lloyd and Thomas Prince who with Thomas Prince and Randle Jones were appointed guardians and trustees for Ann under the will of her father William Lloyd of Placebennion gent, 22 November 1707. Witnesses: Elizabeth Jones, Hugh Jones, 28 July 1711. 484/472 ; Shropshire Archives

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Modern printed sources