Landed Estates
NUI Galway

Maude

Robert Maude [of Yorkshire] was granted over 10,000 acres in counties Tipperary, Cork and Meath in 1666. The county Tipperary estate was by far the largest portion and it was situated in the barony of Kilnamanagh. Robert married Frances Wandesford, sister of the 1st Baron Wandesford. In 1671 their son, Anthony Maude, married Alice, daughter of Sir Standish Hartstong Baronet, of Bruff, county Limerick and from their son, Sir Robert Maude, [created a Baronet in 1705] descend the Viscounts Hawarden. By the time of Griffith's Valuation the Hawarden estate in county Tipperary was mainly located in the parishes of Ballintemple, Clonoulty, Dononyill and Kilpatrick, barony of Kilnamanagh Lower. The Viscount's estate in county Tipperary amounted to over 15,000 acres in the 1870s, while the Honourable Mrs Maude of London owned 2,957 acres.

Associated Families

Houses

Name Townland Civil Parish PLU DED Barony County Map Ref
Dundrum Dundrum Ballintemple Cashel Kilpatrick 52 Kilnamanagh Lower Tipperary OSI Ref: R979 443
OS Sheet: 52
Discovery map: 66
Maxfort House Moycarky Moycarky Thurles Moycarky 133 Eliogarty Tipperary OSI Ref: S140 517
OS Sheet: 47
Discovery map: 66
Laurel Lodge Moycarky Moycarky Thurles Moycarky 133 Eliogarty Tipperary OSI Ref: S144 521
OS Sheet: 47
Discovery map: 66

Archival sources

  • Account books of Austin Cooper, acting as agent for, inter alia, the estates of Lord Leitrim at Mohill and Manorhamilton, Co. Leitrim, of Lord Massereene in Co. Monaghan, of Lord Allen, at Punchestown, Co. Kildare, of Lord Hawarden in Counties Kilkenny and Tipperary, and of Lord Milton, later earl of Dorchester, in Counties Clare and Tipperary, 1787-c.1830; inventory of the property etc. of Austin Cooper, following his death, c. 1830-31. Mic/251 ; Public Record Office, Northern Ireland
  • Warrant for fiant for the appointment of Visct Hawarden as Lieutenant for County Tipperary, Nov. 13, 1885. M. 6185 (33) ; National Archives of Ireland
  • Irish Tourist Association Survey file, early 1940s, South Tipperary No. 24 (St Michael's Presentation Convent); Tipperary Studies Research Library (Archives), Thurles

Contemporary printed sources

Modern printed sources