Landed Estates
NUI Galway
Reference Source

MOSLEY, Charles (ed). ''Burke's Peerage and Baronetage''. Crans, Switzerland: Burke's Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 1999

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Estate Records Citing this Source

Found 136 estate records citing this source.

Reference Estate Name Estate Description
I, 1456-1457 Houstoun In 1851 Captain William Houstoun began to lease over 40,000 acres in the barony of Murrisk, county M...
II, 2640-2644 Browne (Westport) A very large estate in county Mayo, much of it formerly Bourke property, was acquired by Colonel Joh...
II, 2089 Toler The Earl of Norbury held land in various parts of Ireland including counties Sligo, Mayo and Clare,...
I, 578-579 Bingham (Newbrook) This estate was founded by John Bingham of Foxford, county Mayo, younger brother of Sir Henry Bingha...
II, 1776-1777 Bingham The Binghams were military commanders sent to Connacht in the 16th century, where they settled in th...
I, 1056-1057 ffrench (Claremont) Gonville ffrench was a younger brother of the 3rd Baron ffrench of Castle ffrench, county Galway. H...
990-993 Crichton (Erne) The Earls of Erne owned property in several western counties including Sligo and Mayo. This was acqu...
2693-2694 Staples The Staples family held some church lands in the parish of Kilmainemore, barony of Kilmaine, county...
1576-1578 Browne (Neale) A family established at The Neale, county Mayo, from the 16th century which they were regranted alon...
720-722. Crofton (Mohill) In the 1870s Sir Morgan Crofton held almost 10,000 acres in county Leitrim. the estate was centred o...
719-720. Crofton (Sligo) The Croftons acquired land in the 17th century from the McSweeneys which had previously been part of...
1628-1629. Butler (Lanesborough, Earl of) "Miss Butler" of Belturbet, is listed as owning land in Leitrim in the 1870s. The Butler family were...
263-266. Ponsonby (Bessborough, Earl of ) The Bessborough estate held lands in the parishes of Fenagh and Kiltoghert, county Leitrim during th...
II, 1786-1788 Lynch Blosse A Galway family who lost most of their estates in that county under Cromwell but received extensive...
I, 850-853 Dillon (Loughglynn) The Dillon family held a large estate on the border of counties Mayo and Roscommon. They were descen...
I, 828-830 Vesey In December 1698 John Vesey, Archbishop of Tuam from 1679 to 1716, bought almost 750 acres in the Ho...
I, 798-800 de Montmorency Captain Harvey J.de Montmorency is recorded in Griffith's Valuation as holding the townlands of Cloo...
II, 2168-2169 Browne (Castlemagarret) The Brownes of Carrowbrowne, parish of Oranmore, county Galway, had estates in the counties Galway,...
I, 283-285 Blake (Menlo) The Blakes, raised to the peerage as baronets in 1622, were established at Menlough on the bank of t...
I, 1249-1255 Guinness Sir Benjamin Lee Guinness of the famous brewing family began to purchase Connacht estates for sale i...
I, 542-547 (Charlemont) Clements & Caulfeild The Rosshill estate in the parishes of Ross, Cong and Ballinchalla, barony of Ross, county Galway, w...
I, 1574 Morris (Spiddle/Spiddal) In 1684, George Morris who had served in the army of King James II married Catherine Fitzpatrick and...
576-578. Trench (Garbally) Burke indicates that the Trenches originated in France but settled in the North of England. Frederic...
123-130. Trench (Woodlawn) The Trench family at Woodlawn were one of a number of Trench families who came to prominence in coun...
II, 1825-1826 Mahon (Castlegar) The Mahons were settled at Castlegar from the early 18th century. In 1711 the Earl of Clanricarde l...
I, 1056-1057 ffrench (Castle ffrench) Originally known as Clogher and purchased by the ffrenches from the O'Kellys in 1636. Confiscated b...
I, 1056-1057 ffrench (Ballinamore) The Honourable Martin ffrench was a younger brother of Sir Thomas ffrench, 3rd Baron. Martin ffrenc...
I, 542-547 Caulfeild (Hon Henry) In the mid 19th century the Honourable Henry Caulfeild, second son of the 1st Earl of Charlemont, ow...
I, 786-788 French /ffrench (Frenchpark) Patrick French fitzStephen of Galway is recorded as the earliest member of the family to be associat...
I, 786-788 French (Errit Lodge) In the mid 19th century the Right Honourable Fitzstephen French of Erritt Lodge, Member of Parliamen...
I, 542-547 Caulfeild (Dunamon) The Dunamon estate was held under a lease for 500 years from John King, Lord Kingston to Thomas Caul...
I, 717-719 Crofton (Mote Park) The senior branch of the Crofton family settled at Ballymurray, county Roscommon in the 16th century...
I, 542-547 Caulfeild (Colamber Manor) In 1828 Col William Caulfeild [of Benown, Glassan, Athlone, Co. Westmeath] was a member of the Grand...
I, 517-519 Handcock The Handcocks were settled at Moydrum Castle, near Athlone, in county Westmeath from the late 17th c...
I, 1591 King (Drumsna) The King family descend from the Reverend Edward King, Bishop of Elphin (1611-1639) who was granted...
II, 2980-2983 Nugent In April 1678 Richard Nugent Earl of Westmeath was granted an estate of over 11,000 acres in the bar...
II, 2980-2983 Nugent (Pallas) In 1677 Thomas Nugent was granted an estate of 3,250 acres in the baronies of Leitrim and Longford,...
II, 2640-2644 Browne (Newtown) Arthur Browne, a younger son of John Browne of Westport 1st Earl of Altamont was given an estate in...
II, 2640-2644 Browne (Mount Browne) George Browne held 3 townlands in the parish of Kiltrustan, barony and county of Roscommon at the ti...
47-49. Keppel (Albemarle, Earls of) The Earls of Albemarle held over 2500 acres in Leitrim in 1876. George Thomas Keppel, later Lord Al...
377-378. Bromhead Baronets Bromhead of Thurlby Hall in Lincolnshire held land in Sligo by virtue of a marriage in 1823...
II, 1694-1696 Levinge In the 1870s Marcus Anthony Levinge of Carnagh, Kiltoom, Athlone, county Roscommon and Enniscoffey H...
II, 2742-2743 Stronge In the 1870s John Calvert Stronge of Mount Temple, Clontarf and Tynan Abbey, county Armagh, solicito...
I, 542-547 Battersby The Reverend William Battersby held land in the parish of Roscommon, barony of Ballintober South, in...
II, 2261-2263 (Windsor Clive, Earl of Plymouth) & 2304-2308 (Clive, Earl of Powis) Clive (Croy Lodge) By the time of Griffith's Valuation Reverend Archer Clive of Herefordshire, England, had bought some...
II, 2261-2263 (Windsor Clive, Earl of Plymouth) & 2304-2308 (Clive, Earl of Powis) Clive (Rock House) George Clive, Member of Parliament and barrister, of Perrystone Court, Herefordshire, built up an ex...
714. Stewart (County Tyrone) Sir John Marcus Stewart, of Ballygawley, county Tyrone, is recorded as the owner of over 600 acres i...
II, 2640-2644 Browne (Claremount) There are references in the will of the 1st Earl of Altamont to the purchase of part of the Bell est...
II, 1750-1756 Pakenham The Honourable and Reverend Henry Pakenham was the fifth son of Edward Michael Pakenham, 2nd Baron L...
II, 1898 McMahon (Kilfenora) This family were mainly based in Dublin where they followed legal, military or diplomatic careers....
II, 2150 O'Loghlen The Burren area in county Clare was the territory of the O’Loghlens until its confiscation in the mi...
I, 645-646 Burton (Buncraggy & Carrigaholt) Samuel Burton of Buncraggy, county Clare, married Margaret Harris and died in 1712. From their elde...
I, 645-647 Conyngham Of Scottish descent, Henry Conyngham, member of parliament for county Donegal, supported the William...
1494-1502 O'Brien/Stafford O'Brien In 1699 Henry O'Brien, second son of sir Donough O'Brien of Dromoland Castle, county Clare, married...
I, 898-903 Butler (Knappogue) The Lords Dunboyne of the 19th century were descended from James Butler of Cragnagowra, county Clare...
I, 916-917 Quin/Wyndham-Quin Thady Quin (1645-1726) of Adare, county Limerick, had two sons from whom descend the Earls of Dunrav...
1491-1502 O'Brien (Dromoland) The introduction to the Inchiquin Papers in the National Library of Ireland records that, in about 1...
798-800 (de Montmorency) Henchy (Moynoe) The Henchy family were established in county Clare from the early 18th century and descend from Pete...
78-79 White (Cahiracon) The Whites of Woodlands, county Dublin, Rathcline, county Longford, Lareen, county Leitrim, Cahircon...
1491-1502 Smith (Cahermoyle) At the beginning of the 19th century William Smith, an attorney, had an estate in the western part o...
1491-1502 O'Brien (Cahermoyle) William Smith O'Brien was born at Dromoland, county Clare in 1803. He was the second son of Sir Edw...
I, 832-836 Courtenay The introduction to the Devon rentals at the Limerick City Archives states that "the Devon Estate in...
II, 2285-2290 Bentinck/Bentick In the 1870s A.H.F.C. Bentick of the Carlton Club, London, is recorded as owning 1,509 acres in coun...
II, 1734-1736 Hare (Listowel) The Hare family had come to Ireland after the Cromwellian settlement and acquired property initiall...
II, 2669-2670 Southwell The Southwell family were established in county Limerick in the early 17th century. Their estate in...
I, 202-203 Barrington (Glenstal) The Barringtons settled in Limerick city at the end of the 17th century, Benjamin Barrington was she...
I, 490-493 Evans/Evans-Freke John Evans, of Welsh descent, settled in the city of Limerick in the early 17th century. In 1666 Geo...
II, 1971-1973 Spring-Rice Smith indicates that the Spring family were originally from Lavenham in Suffolk and settled in Kerry...
II, 2046 Deane Matthew Deane came to Ireland in the mid 17th century and purchased lands in county Cork. He was ma...
II, 1959-1960 (Monck) Wilson (Caherconlish) Sir Ralph Wilson, knight, was granted 830 acres in the barony of Clanwilliam, including Caherconlish...
I, 1187-1188 Gough (Limerick) The Gough family were originally from Wiltshire and descend from Reverend Hugh Gough, brother of R...
I, 1187-1188 Gough The Goughs were a Wiltshire family members of whom settled in the south of Ireland in the 1620s. Sir...
I, 123-130 Trench (Cangort) William Trench of Cangort Park, Shinrone, county Offaly, born 1760, was the fourth son of Frederic T...
II, 1635-1637 Petty-Fitzmaurice (Marquess of Lansdowne) This estate owes its origins to Sir William Petty, renowned cartographer, mathematician and scientis...
161-164 (Bagot) & 860-861 (Doneraile) St. Leger (Limerick & Cork) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Anthony Butler St Leger held an estate in the parishes of Adare...
II, 2283-2285 Damer/Dawson Damer The Damer family, who held estates in Dorset and Somerset, supported Cromwell and, after the Restora...
I, 1398-1400 Holmes The Holmes family, who were granted the title Baron Heytesbury in 1828, held estates in counties Lim...
II, 2304-2308 Clive (Co Clare) Robert Clive, known as "Clive of India", bought an estate in county Clare from the Dublin banker Hen...
II, 1878-1882 Massy The Massy family are descended from a Cromwellian soldier Captain Hugh Massy who was granted 3,055 a...
II, 1732-1733 Lysaght (Mountnorth) At the end of the 17th century Nicholas Lysaght, a supporter of William III, married Grace, daughter...
II, 1878-1882 Massy (Riversdale & Ballinacurra) Many townlands in the parish of Galbally, barony of Coshlea, county Limerick, were part of the estat...
II, 1709-1711 Pery Sometime in the mid 17th century Susanna Sexton, eventually heiress to the Sexton estates in county...
II, 2421-2422 Roberts (Britfieldstown) A family settled in county Cork from the early 17th century, Francis Roberts was granted Britfieldst...
II, 1878-1882 (Massy) & 2948-2955 (Waterford) Massy Beresford (Limerick) In 1878 Hussey de Burgh records Reverend John Massy Beresford of St Huberts, Linaskea, county Ferman...
II, 2721-2722 Rous Dr Malcomson writes that Juliana Warter Wilson, daughter of Edward Wilson of Bilboa, county Limerick...
II, 1878-1882 Dawson/Massy-Dawson (Ballynacourte) In 1666 John Dawson was granted an estate of over 2,900 acres in county Tipperary including the cast...
II, 3076-3077 Beecher/Becher Burke's ''Irish Family Records'' and Smith both indicate that the Beechers were originally a Kent...
I, 916-917 Goold/Verschoyle Goold The Goold estate was mainly in the parishes of Rathronan (10 townlands) and Ardagh, barony of Shanid...
I, 860-861 St. Leger A Norman family who first established connections with the Province of Munster in the mid 16th centu...
I, 1417-1419 Hoare (Annabelle) Two Hoare brothers, Edward and Abraham, came to Ireland in the Cromwellian army and obtained large g...
I, 1048-1049 Roche (Trabolgan) The Roches were established at Trabolgan, Whitegate, county Cork, from the mid 17th century. In 1703...
I, 815-820 Stanley Thomas P. Power writes how the Stanleys acquired their Irish estates through the marriage, in 1747,...
I, 783-785 Southwell (Co Cork) In 1666 Robert Southwell was granted lands in the liberties of Kinsale, county Cork and in the baron...
I, 233-236 (Bedford) & 783-785 (de Clifford) Russell In 1853 the Dalgan estate was bought by the Duke of Bedford for Lady de Clifford, who was the wife o...
II, 2869-2873 Annesley Arthur, 1st Earl of Anglesey, was granted large tracts of lands in counties Tipperary, Kerry, Waterf...
I, 83-85 Annesley/Grove Annesley (Annes Grove) A junior branch of the Annesley family which bore the titles Viscount Glerawly and Earl of Annesley,...
I, 764-765 Greenall Sir Gilbert Greenal was created Baron Daresbury in 1927. He was a member of the wealthy Greenall fa...
II, 2046-2047 Benn-Walsh (Lord Ormathwaite) The Benn-Walsh family, Walsh baronet and Baron Ormathwaite, had their principal seats in Cumbria and...
II, 2940-2943 Warren (Warren's Court) Robert Warren, an army officer, established himself in the East Carberry area of county Cork in the...
I, 1026-1027 Falkiner Caleb Falkiner, a merchant of Cork, married Ruth, daughter of Edward Riggs and had a son, Riggs Falk...
I, 837-841 Cavendish In 1753 the Cavendish family, Dukes of Devonshire, inherited the Lismore estate, mainly located in c...
I, 6-7 Abercromby This Scottish family were located in Banffshire. In 1886 their seats were recorded as Forglen House...
II, 2878-2880 de Moleyns (Lord Ventry) Smith indicates that Frederick Mullins was granted lands in Dingle, which he named Burnham after the...
I, 304 (Boles of Moyge) Boles/Bowles (Cork) In 1666 Richard Boles was granted 924 acres at Moyge in the barony of Orrery and Kilmore, county Cor...
II, 1920-1922 Brodrick (Midleton) Sir St John Brodrick of Wandsworth, Surrey, came to Ireland in the mid 17th century and was granted...
I, 828-830 De Vesci In his introduction to the Collection List (No 89) of the De Vesci archive in the National Library o...
861-863 Hely Hutchinson The Hutchinsons were established at Knocklofty, barony of Iffa and Offa West, county Tipperary, from...
I, 1470-1471 Putland & Hulse In the mid 19th century Mrs. Putland and Sir Charles Hulse jointly held a large estate in the parish...
II, 2174-2175 Osborne (Newtown Anner & Beechwood) The Osbornes were established in county Waterford from the early 17th century and were granted lands...
II, 2878-2880 de Moleyns (Fermoy) At the time of Griffith's Valuation the Reverend William de Moleyns held in fee the townland of Glan...
I, 1370-1371 Hemphill The Hemphills are descended from the Reverend Samuel Hemphill, described as a "distinguished Presbyt...
II, 2462-2464 (Rowley) Honner In 1666 Lieutenant Colonel John Honor was granted 2,164 acres in the barony of East Carbery, county...
II, 1878-1882 (Massy) Robbins Frances, daughter of the 1st Baron Massy, married George Robbins of Hymenstown, county Tipperary, in...
II, 1878-1882 Massy (Suir Castle) Francis Hugh Massy of Suir Castle, county Tipperary, (born 1755) was the fourth son of the the 1st B...
I, 579-582 Meade A family of Gaelic extraction located originally in county Cork, who by the mid 18th century held la...
I, 495-496 Carew (Woodinstown) The Carews of Woodinstown, county Tipperary, were a branch of the Carew family, Barons of Castle Bor...
I, 1342-1346 Maude Robert Maude [of Yorkshire] was granted over 10,000 acres in counties Tipperary, Cork and Meath in 1...
II, 2105-2106 Agar The Agar family held estates in both Ireland and England and were mainly associated with county Kilk...
II, 2169-2170 Fitzmaurice Lord George Hamilton was created Earl of Orkney in 1696. He married Elizabeth Villiers and was succe...
II, 2089 Toler Otway Fortescue Toler was a younger brother of Hector, 3rd Earl of Norbury. In the mid 19th century...
II, 2236-2241 Petre In the mid 19th century Richard F. Power held two townlands in the parish of Aghnameadle, barony of...
II, 2448-2550 Parsons The Parsons were a family of Elizabethan settlers. Richard Parsons settled as Birr in the early 17t...
II, 1694-1696 Levinge (Co Tipperary) Godfrey Levinge is recorded as the holder of land in the parish of Graystown, barony of Slievardagh,...
II, 1694-1696 Levinge (County Cork) The rental of over 100 acres at Tullyland, barony of East Carbery, the property of Richard Hugh Levi...
I, 383-385 (Brookeborough) Brooke (Cole Brooke) In 1765 Francis Brooke married Hannah Prittie, sister of the 1st Lord Dunalley. Their son Henry was...
I, 931-932 Tollemache In the 1870s Arthur F. C. Tollemache with an address Ham House, Petersham, owned 2,124 acres in coun...
I, 298 Blunden In 1667 Overington Blunden gent was granted lands in counties Kilkenny, Offaly, Waterford and Tipper...
I, 1132-1134 Gethin Under the Restoration settlement Richard Gethin, created a baronet in 1665, was granted a large esta...
I, 632-634 Colthurst In 1702 Nicholas Colthurst of Ballyally, county Cork, purchased over 1,000 acres from the trustees f...
II, 1878-1882 Massy (Cahervillahowe) Robert George Massy of Avondale, county Dublin, was a grandson of the 1st Baron Massy by his second...
I, 1592-1595 de Courcy (Baron Kingsale) Lord Kingsale's estate was among the principal lessors in the parish of Ringrone, baronies of Cource...