Landed Estates
NUI Galway

Hassard (Waterford)

Mrs. Anne Hassard was the owner of over 300 acres in county Waterford in the 1870s as well as over 250 acres in county Kilkenny. The family were lessors in parishes around Waterford City at the time of Griffith's Valuation. Mrs Anne Hassard was the daughter of Sir Francis John Hassard. In 1846 she married her cousin Michael Dobbyn Hassard of Glenville, county Waterford. and they had 2 sons William and Richard. William Hassard of Monkstown, county Dublin, owned 1,308 acres in county Tipperary in the 1870s. This family originally from Dorset was granted land in county Fermanagh in the 17th century.

Associated Families


Name Townland Civil Parish PLU DED Barony County Map Ref
Rockingham House (Waterford) Rockshire Killculliheen Waterford Waterford Urban 82 Killculliheen Waterford OSI Ref: S612133
OS Sheet: 9
Discovery map: 76

Archival sources

  • Will abstracts and genealogical notes on various families including those of French, Nixon, Hassard, Warburton and Swanzy. (Compiled by Rev. H. B. Swanzy?). Early 20th c. Canon Leslie Collection, Ms. 4488 ; National Library of Ireland
  • Notes by T. G. F. Paterson on the Johnston, Hassard, Matthews and Vogan families, 1929. D. 268 A ; Public Record Office, Northern Ireland
  • Papers deposited by J. Cooper, Solicitor, Enniskillen. Conditional bonds and Contractors' bonds from various persons to W. Hassard 1821-34. D. 252-254 ; Public Record Office, Northern Ireland
  • Title deeds and leases relating to various small estates of the Hassard family in Counties Fermanagh, Tyrone and Mayo, 1697 - c.1900. D.2469; Public Record Office, Northern Ireland
  • Papers relating to the property of the Hassard family in Enniskillen and neighbourhood, early 19th c. D. 19,802-12; M. 3136-43; T. 10,956-9 ; National Archives of Ireland

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