Landed Estates
NUI Galway

Kane (Dublin)


Estate(s)

Name Description
Kane (Dublin) Sir Robert Kane, President of the Royal Irish Academy, President of Queen's College, Cork and a Commissioner of National Education was the son of John Kane of Dublin. In the 1870s he is recorded as the owner of 2,539 acres in county Clare. He became entitled to a charge on the lands of Glendree, parish of Tulla, barony of Tulla Upper, set up by Sir Joseph Peacock in 1811. In July 1862 Edward Acton Gibbon assignee of William Halpin advertised the sale of the lands of Glandree. The Halpin interest was sold to Mr Smith for £520. Evelyn Henry Frederick Pocklington also held an interest in these lands.
Pocklington At the time of Griffith's Valuation Major E. H. Pocklingon held an estate in the parishes of Feakle and Tulla, barony of Tulla Upper, county Clare. In the 1870s General E.H.F. Pocklington of the Horse Guards, London, owned 2,987 acres in county Clare. Evelyn Henry Frederick Pocklington was the third son of Roger Pocklington of Nottinghamshire. In 1847 he married Barbara Bloomfield of Hollywood, county Wicklow. In 1906 Captain E.B. Pocklington held untenanted land in the parish of Feakle, rural district of Scarriff.