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RUTTLEDGE, Thomas Ormsby. The Ruttledge families of Co. Mayo. VII, No. 3, (1988), 433-453 Ruttledge (Bloomfield) In May 1749, Peter Ruttledge of Cornfield and Carrowkillen, parish of Robeen, barony of Kilmaine, co...
RUTTLEDGE, Thomas Ormsby. The Ruttledge families of Co. Mayo. VII, No. 3, (1988), 433-453 Ruttledge (Barbersfort) A county Galway estate in the parish of Killererin, barony of Clare, purchased by Robert Ruttledge f...
RUTTLEDGE, Thomas Ormsby. The Ruttledge families of Co. Mayo. VII, No. 3, (1988), 433-453 Ruttledge (Togher) James Ruttledge of Tawnaghmore, parish of Kilbelfad, barony of Tirawley, county Mayo, had a son, Dav...
RUTTLEDGE, Thomas Ormsby. The Ruttledge families of Co. Mayo. VII, No. 3, (1988), 433-453 Ruttledge (Carravilla) William Ruttledge, son of Thomas of Headford, county Galway, settled in Hollymount, barony of Kilmai...
RUTTLEDGE, Thomas Ormsby. The Ruttledge families of Co. Mayo. VII, No. 3, (1988), 433-453 Ruttledge (Ballyhowly) Peter Ruttledge, eldest son of William Ruttledge of Hollymount, county Mayo, leased a number of farm...
RUTTLEDGE, Thomas Ormsby. The Ruttledge families of Co. Mayo. VII, No. 3, (1988), 433-453 Farrell The Farrell family held lands in the Barony of Tirerrill, County Sligo. In May 1854 Fergus Farrell o...
RUTTLEDGE, Thomas Ormsby. The Ruttledge families of Co. Mayo. VII, No. 3, (1988), 433-453 Ruttledge (Lough Mask) Thomas Ruttledge, in his will of 1797, mentions his natural son, John, a quartermaster in the 9th Dr...
RUTTLEDGE, Thomas Ormsby. The Gray family of Claremorris, Co. Mayo. VII, No. 4, (1989), 551-562 Gray (Claremorris) In the 1780s the Gray family from Ballybay, county Monaghan, settled at Turlough, near Castlebar, co...
JEFFERY, Lilian M. An account of the family of Wood, Co. Sligo and their descendants. III, 8 (1963), 300-310. Addendum. III, 9 (1964), 364-365. Wood The Wood family had held property in Sligo since at least the early 17th century, probably through T...
CLESHAM, Brigid. The Elwood family of Co. Mayo. VI, No. 4 (1983), 477-486 Elwood (Strandhill) An estate in the parish of Cong, barony of Kilmaine, county Mayo leased from the Bishop of Tuam from...
MELVIN, Patrick. The Composition of the Galway Gentry. VII (1986), 81-96 Griffith (Dunmore) William Downes Griffith, a barrister and agent to Sir George Shee at Dunmore, held four townlands in...
MELVIN, Patrick. The Composition of the Galway Gentry. VII (1986), 81-96 Burke (Danesfield) The Burkes of Danesfield, parish and barony of Moycullen, county Galway, owned an estate of about 2,...
MELVIN, Patrick. The Composition of the Galway Gentry. VII (1986), 81-96 Graham (Ballynakill Lodge) Patrick Melvin writes that the Grahams bought a 6000 acre estate at Ballynakill, barony of Ballynahi...
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. (1986), 89. Kilkelly The original Kilkelly estate had centred on Cloghballymore in the parish of Killeenavarra, barony of...
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. (1986), 91. Lambert (Cregclare) In 1824 Walter Lambert, Creggaclare, Walter Lambert, Castle Lambert, Walter Lambert, Lambert Lodge,...
MELVIN, Patrick. The compostion of the Galway gentry. (1986), 91. Smyth (Masonbrook) The Smyths acquired property in and around the Loughrea area in the early 19th century. In 1828 they...
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. (1986), 92. Daly (Dunsandle & Carnakelly) The Daly family of Dunsandle derived from Daly of Carnakelly in the parish of Kiltullagh. They bough...
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. (1986), 93. Morgan (Monksfield) The Morgan family had acquired the Monksfield estate during the 17th century and were Cromwellian se...
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. (1986), 93. Lahiff The Lahiff family held property in various parishes in the barony of Kiltartan. They occupied a hous...
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. (1986), 82. Daly (Castledaly) This branch of the Dalys were descended from the Dalys of Killimer and also Dalysgrove, near Ahascra...
BLACKALL, H. The Galbraiths of Cappard. IV (1968) Galbraith The Galbraith family acquired lands in east Galway which had previously belonged to the O'Fahys, fol...
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. (1986), 88-89. Ffrench (Cloghballymore) The Ffrench family were granted the Kilkelly estate at Cloghballymore, parish of Killeenavarra, in t...
MELVIN, Patrick. The Composition of the Galway gentry. (1986), 86. Burke (Clanricarde) The Clanricarde estate was one of the largest in county Galway. Lord Clanrickard, a minor, is liste...
MARK, Gordon St George. The Joyces of Merview. Part I, VIII No. 3, 365-392: Part II, IX No.1, 89-113: Part III, IX No.2, 173-187: Part IV, X No.2, 202-214 Joyce (Mervue) The Joyces of Mervue, Corgary and Rahasane were all descended from a family of Joyces long establish...
GRAY, E.S. Four Irish pedigrees including Nicholson of Ballynagargen & Phibbs of Spotfield, county Sligo. II, 2 (1944). Nicholson The Nicholsons received grants of land in Sligo under the Acts of Settlement and one of them became...
GRAY, E.S. Four Irish pedigrees including Phibbs of Spotfield, county Sligo. II, 2 (1944). Phibbs (Seafield) The Phibbs family acquired an estate in Kilmacowen in the late 18th century. The estate was based ar...
Testamentary records of W. Caulfeild 1737 and St George Caulfeild 1778, both of Donamon. II, No. 5, (Oct 1947), 141-142 Caulfeild (Dunamon) The Dunamon estate was held under a lease for 500 years from John King, Lord Kingston to Thomas Caul...
LAMBERT, Guy Willilam. Notes on the lineage of Lambert of Brookhill, Co Mayo. III, No 10 (1965), 372-379 Lambert (Brookhill) The Lamberts of county Mayo were descended from the county Galway family located at Cregclare and Ag...
The Ormsbys of Tobervaddy. I (1941), 284-286 Ormsby (Tobervaddy) A branch of the Ormsby family was settled at Toberavaddy in the parish of Fuerty, barony of Athlone,...
GRAY, Edward Stewart. The Irwins of Roxborough, Co Roscommon and Streamstown, Co Sligo. I, No 2 (1937), 51-56 Hodson (Athlone) The Hodsons appear to have been resident at St Johns, near Athlone from at least the early 18th cent...
GRAY, Edward Stewart. The Irwins of Roxborough, Co Roscommon and Streamstown, Co Sligo. I, No 2 (1937), 51-56 Irwin (Streamstown) Various members of the Irwin family are recorded as the owners of land in county Sligo in the 1870s....
DILLON, Gerald. The Dillon Peerages. III, No 3 (1958), 87- Dillon (Loughglynn) The Dillon family held a large estate on the border of counties Mayo and Roscommon. They were descen...
KEEGAN, Mary. Index to persons in Household Account Book kept by Christopher St. George of Kilcolgan Castle, Oranmore, Co. Galway, 1 Jan. 1810-29 Dec. 1819. VII (1986-1989), 101-112 St. George (Tyrone House) The St.George estate was centred on the house at Tyrone, parish of Drumacoo, barony of Dunkellin, bu...
GRAY, Edward S. Some notes on the High Sheriffs of county Leitrim, 1701-1800. I (1941), 304. Gore (Woodford) In 1703 William Gore of Woodford bought part of the estate of Charles O'Connor, attainted, in the ba...
GRAY, Edward S. Some notes on the High Sheriffs of county Leitrim, 1701-1800. I (1941), 303. Armstrong (Garadice) Members of the Armstrong family of "Carrickmackeegan", Garadice, served as High Sheriffs of Leitrim...
GRAY, Edward S. Some notes on the High Sheriffs of county Leitrim, 1701-1800. I (1941), 302-303, 306, 308. Jones (Leitrim) Catherine Penelope Jones was a lessor of land in several townlands in Drumreilly parish as well as e...
GRAY, Edward S. Some notes on the High Sheriffs of county Leitrim, 1701-1800. I (1941), 301-315 Crofton (Mohill) In the 1870s Sir Morgan Crofton held almost 10,000 acres in county Leitrim. the estate was centred o...
WALTON, Julian. The Family of Aylward, Part IV. The Aylwards of Ballynagar (c. 1650-1973). IV (1973), 584-597 Lewis (Galway) An Aylward property from the 17th century, which passed by a marriage in 1824 to a branch of the Lew...
Queries - O'Donnell of Kilcommon. II No.3 (Oct 1945), 94 O'Donnell (Kilcommon Erris) Some of the O'Donnell family of Ulster moved south into the barony of Erris in the 17th century and...
DILLON, Gerald. Cnoc Diolun. A genealogical survey of the Dillon family in Ireland. II No.12 (July 1955), 361-367 Dillon (Mount Dillon) John Dillon was transplanted from county Westmeath to county Roscommon in the 17th century. His des...
DILLON, Gerald. Cnoc Diolun. A genealogical survey of the Dillon family in Ireland. II No.12 (July 1955), 361-367 O'Conor (Milltown/Milton) The O'Conors of Milltown, barony of Castlereagh, county Roscommon, share a common ancestry with the...
DILLON, Gerald. Cnoc Diolun. A genealogical survey of the Dillon family in Ireland. II No.12 (July 1955), 363-367 Taaffe (Foxborough) A family of Taaffe were established as landowners in the Strokestown area from the 18th century. Ge...
DILLON, Gerald. Cnoc Diolun. A genealogical survey of the Dillon family in Ireland. II No.12 (July 1955), 363-367 Knox (Strokestown) In 1760 George Knox of Prehen, county Derry married Jane, sister of Maurice Mahon Lord Hartland and...
WEBSTER, Gillian. The Cavetown Mahons of County Roscommon. IX No. 3 (1996), 381-189 Mahon (Cavetown) The Mahons of Cavetown, county Roscommon, were descended from Peter Mahon, the fourth son of Nichola...
DALY, Dermot. The Daly Chronicle. XI No. 1 (2002), 3-12 Daly (Dalysgrove) The Dalys of Dalysgrove, parish of Ahascragh, barony of Killian, county Galway, settled in east Galw...
DALY, Dermot. The Daly Chronicle. XI No. 1 (2002), 3-12 Daly (Castledaly) This branch of the Dalys were descended from the Dalys of Killimer and also Dalysgrove, near Ahascra...
MELVIN, Patrick. Clare Bards, Galway Gentry. XI No. 1 (2002), 13-15 Daly (Dunsandle & Carnakelly) The Daly family of Dunsandle derived from Daly of Carnakelly in the parish of Kiltullagh. They bough...
MELVIN, Patrick. Clare Bards, Galway Gentry. XI No. 1 (2002), 13-15 Daly (Quainsborough/Quansbury) Peter Daly of Quansbury was the fourth son of Denis Daly of Carrownakelly, county Galway, a Judge of...
MELVIN, Patrick. Clare Bards, Galway Gentry. XI No. 1 (2002), 13-15 Daly (Raford) The Daly family of Raford were descended from the Dalys of Carnakelly. The Raford estate was bought...
MELVIN, Patrick. Clare Bards, Galway Gentry. XI No. 1 (2002), 13-15 Daly (Castledaly) This branch of the Dalys were descended from the Dalys of Killimer and also Dalysgrove, near Ahascra...
RICHARDS, Christopher. Richards of Solsborough, Co Wexford. XI No.2 (2003), 106-117 Richards (Ballymoe) The Richards family owned an estate in the parishes of Kilcroan and Kilbegnet, barony of Ballymoe an...
CASTELEYN, Mary. The O'Briens of Fairfield, Co Galway: the O'Brien relations of Florimond, Comte de Basterot''. XI No. 3 (2004), 190-204 O'Brien (Fairfield) Mary Casteleyn's article in ''The Irish Genealogist'' gives a detailed history of this family. Besi...
CASTELEYN, Mary. The O'Briens of Fairfield, Co Galway: the O'Brien relations of Florimond, Comte de Basterot''. XI No. 3 (2004), 190-204 O'Conor (Milltown/Milton) The O'Conors of Milltown, barony of Castlereagh, county Roscommon, share a common ancestry with the...
CASTELEYN, Mary. The O'Briens of Fairfield, Co Galway: the O'Brien relations of Florimond, Comte de Basterot. XI No. 3 (2004), 190-204 de Basterot Fahey states that Frances, daughter of James French of Duras/Doorus, married a French gentleman, Bar...
CASTELEYN, Mary. The O'Briens of Fairfield, Co Galway: the O'Brien relations of Florimond, Comte de Basterot''. XI No. 3 (2004), 190-204 Comerford In 1845 Henry Comerford, a merchant of Galway, offered £40,000 for the O'Neill estate at Bunowen, ba...
CASTELEYN, Mary. The O'Briens of Fairfield, Co Galway: the O'Brien relations of Florimond, Comte de Basterot''. XI No. 3 (2004), 190-204 Cruise/Cruice It is evident from documents in the Westport Papers that the Cruise family, originally from Cruiseto...
HANLEY, Gerald. Nicholas Mahon and 17th century Roscommon. III No.6 (1961), 228-235 Mahon/Pakenham-Mahon In February 1666 Captain Nicholas Mahon was granted over 2,700 acres in the barony of Roscommon and...
CASTELYN, Mary. The Family of McDermot of Dublin and Ramore, County Galway. XI No. 4 (2005), 277-279 McDermott (Ramore/Rathmore) James Anthony McDermott of Ramore married Mary Agnes Blake of Cregg Castle in the early 19th century...
WALTON, Julian. The Family of Aylward, Part IV. The Aylwards of Ballynagar (c. 1650-1973). IV (1973), 584-597 Dillon (Dillon's Grove) The Dillons of Dillon's Grove, county Roscommon, were a branch of the Dillon family of Drumreany, co...
CASTELEYN, Mary. The O'Briens of Fairfield, Co Galway: the O'Brien relations of Florimond, Comte de Basterot''. XI No. 3 (2004), 190-204 Dillon (Dillon's Grove) The Dillons of Dillon's Grove, county Roscommon, were a branch of the Dillon family of Drumreany, co...
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. VII No. 1(1986), 95 McDonnell (Dunmore) Martin McDonnell was a merchant from Roscommon who prospered significantly in the mid 19th century....
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. VII No. 1(1986), 93 Ogilvie In 1852 William Ogilvie bought the Ironpool estate of the Jennings family in the parish of Kilconla,...
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. VII No. 1(1986), 92 Henry (Toghermore) Hugh Robert Henry, a younger son of Hugh Henry of Lodge Park, Straffan, county Kildare was the first...
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. VII No. 1(1986), 92 Handcock Patrick Melvin writes that Carrowntryla was originally a Burke property, which was sold in 1753 to A...
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. VII No. 1(1986), 91 Mason (Masonbrook) The early generations of this family, Robert Mason and his sons, George and Robert of Loughrea, are...
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. VII No. 1(1986), 91 Daly (Dalystown) In 1814 the Rt. Hon Denis Bowes Daly was the owner of the Dalystown estate, the son of Hyacinth Dal...
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. VII No. 1(1986), 91 Bingham (Newbrook) This estate was founded by John Bingham of Foxford, county Mayo, younger brother of Sir Henry Bingha...
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. VII No. 1(1986), 91 McDermott (Springfield) According to William Keaveney this estate in the parish of Templetogher, barony of Ballymoe, county...
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. VII No. 1(1986), 88-89 Kilkelly (Drimcong) Originally large landowners in the Kinvarra area of south county Galway, the Kilkelly estates had be...
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. VII No. 1(1986), 88 Kelly (Lisduff) In 1752 Peter Browne of Westport (1730-1780) married Elizabeth Kelly, only child of Denis Kelly, Ch...
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. VII No. 1(1986), 88 Kelly (Newtown) A family with county Roscommon origins, members of 18th century generations of the Kellys served in...
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. VII No. 1(1986), 86-87 Mahon (Castlegar) The Mahons were settled at Castlegar from the early 18th century. In 1711 the Earl of Clanricarde l...
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. VII No. 1(1986), 84 O'Carroll Melvin refers to the transplantation of John Carroll to county Galway under Cromwell and that the C...
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. VII No. 1(1986), 83 Warburton (Kilconnell) Over 6000 acres of the Warburton estate in the barony of Kilconnell, county Galway was offered for s...
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. VII No. 1(1986), 82-83 Trench (Garbally) Burke indicates that the Trenches originated in France but settled in the North of England. Frederic...
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. VII No. 1(1986), 82 Blake (Corbally) The Blakes had owned an estate at Corbally, parish of Ardrahan since the 15th century. In 1824 a...
MELVIN, Patrick. The composition of the Galway gentry. VII No. 1(1986), 82 Lambert (Castle Lambert) During the 19th century the Lamberts, a junior branch of the Lamberts of Creg Clare, county Galway,...
GRAY, Edward S. Some notes on the High Sheriffs of county Leitrim, 1701-1800. I (1941), 303, 305, 308. Percy The estate at Garadice was offered for sale in the Landed Estates Court in May 1865 on behalf of fiv...
GRAY, Edward S. Some notes on the High Sheriffs of county Leitrim, 1701-1800. I (1941), 303, 308. Parsons Gray indicates that the Percy family married into the Parsons family of Garadice thereby inheriting...
GRAY, Edward S. Some notes on the High Sheriffs of county Leitrim, 1701-1800. I (1941), 301, 305, Cunningham (Port) McParlan includes Bryan Conyngham, Porte, on a list of "resident gentleman of property" in 1802. M...
GRAY, Edward S. Some notes on the High Sheriffs of county Leitrim, 1701-1800. I (1941), 302-306, 309. Nesbitt/Nisbett The main Nisbett estate was centred around Derrycarne Demesne near Dromod. They had originally lived...
GRAY, Edward S. Some notes on the High Sheriffs of county Leitrim, 1701-1800. I (1941), 301, 305. Johnston (Friarstown) The Friarstown estate was held on lease by the Johnston family from the Earl of Milltown though Fria...
GRAY, Edward S. Some notes on the High Sheriffs of county Leitrim, 1701-1800. I (1941), 301, 308. St. George Richard St George, a member of a Cambridgeshire family, came to Ireland in the 17th century and was...
GRAY, Edward S. Some notes on the High Sheriffs of county Leitrim, 1701-1800. I (1941), 301-304. Lawder/Lauder The Lawders were a Scottish family who came to Ireland in the late 16th century marrying into landed...
GRAY, Edward S. Some notes on the High Sheriffs of county Leitrim, 1701-1800. I (1941), 302. Coote The Coote family settled in Queen's county (county Laois) in the early 17th century and the head of...
GRAY, Edward S. Some notes on the High Sheriffs of county Leitrim, 1701-1800. I (1941), 302-303. King (Drumsna) The King family descend from the Reverend Edward King, Bishop of Elphin (1611-1639) who was granted...
GRAY, Edward S. Some notes on the High Sheriffs of county Leitrim, 1701-1800. I (1941), 303, 308. Campbell (Mountcampbell) The Campbell family held an estate at Mount Campbell outside Drumsna since the early eighteenth cent...
GRAY, Edward S. Some notes on the High Sheriffs of county Leitrim, 1701-1800. I (1941), 303. Wynne The Wynne family established themselves in Sligo in the later 17th century. They went on to become o...
GRAY, Edward S. Four Irish pedigrees. II (1946), 48-51. Phibbs (Tirerrill) The Phibbs family owned several estates in the barony of Tirerril including that at Corradoo East....
DILLON, Gerald. Cnoc Diolún: a genealogical survey of the Dillon family in Ireland. II (1943-55), 361-367. Dillon (Clonbrock) The Dillons were a Norman family who initially received grants of land in Westmeath and who later ac...
DILLON, Gerald. The Dillon peerages. III (1958), 98-100. Dillon (Clonbrock) The Dillons were a Norman family who initially received grants of land in Westmeath and who later ac...
CLESHAM, Brigid. The Elwood family of Co. Mayo. VI, No. 4 (1983), 477-486 Roberts A small estate at Lackafinna, parish of Cong, barony of Kilmaine, county Mayo, was bought by Elizabe...
CLESHAM, Brigid. The Elwood family of Co. Mayo. VI, No. 4 (1983), 477-486 Elwood (Roscommon) The Elwood family settled at Kilkeeran Castle, in the parish of Kilmainebeg, barony of Kilmaine, cou...
Jeffery, Lilian M. An account of the Wood family of county Sligo and their descendents. III (1963), 300-310. Wood (Skreen) Edward and Arthur Wood owned an estate of over 1000 acres in county Sligo in the 1870s, mostly in t...
Miscellanea: List of persons who had been issued with game licences, published in the ''Roscommon and Leitrim Gazette'', 5 Nov 1822. VII No 2 (1987), 307 Morton At the time of Griffith's Valuation John Morton held land in the parish of Kilglass, barony of Balli...
Miscellanea: List of persons who had been issued with game licences, published in the ''Roscommon and Leitrim Gazette'', 5 Nov 1822. VII No 2 (1987), 307 Ferrall (Co Roscommon) In the early 19th century John Farrell or Ferrall acquired large tracts of land mainly in county Ros...
Miscellanea: List of persons who had been issued with game licences, published in the ''Roscommon and Leitrim Gazette'', 5 Nov 1822. VII No 2 (1987), 307 Browne (Newtown) Arthur Browne, a younger son of John Browne of Westport 1st Earl of Altamont was given an estate in...
Miscellanea: List of persons who had been issued with game licences, published in the ''Roscommon and Leitrim Gazette'', 5 Nov 1822. VII No 2 (1987), 307 Conry (Cloonahee) Cloonahee, barony of Roscommon, was part of the ancient territory of the O Maolchonaires or Conrys,...
Miscellanea: List of persons who had been issued with game licences, published in the ''Roscommon and Leitrim Gazette'', 5 Nov 1822. VII No 2 (1987), 307 Conry (Cloonahee) Cloonahee, barony of Roscommon, was part of the ancient territory of the O Maolchonaires or Conrys,...
Miscellanea: List of persons who had been issued with game licences, published in the ''Roscommon and Leitrim Gazette'', 5 Nov 1822. VII No 2 (1987), 307 Strickland Members of the Strickland family acted as agents for the Dillon estate at Loughglynn, county Roscomm...
Miscellanea: List of persons who had been issued with game licences, published in the ''Roscommon and Leitrim Gazette'', 5 Nov 1822. VII No 2 (1987), 307 Lloyd (Rockville) Rockville, originally a Blackburn property, came into the possession of the Lloyd family following t...
MULRYAN-MOLONEY, Maeve. Changing family names in Williamstown Parish, in North East County Galway. XI No 3 (2004), 186-189 McDermott (Springfield) According to William Keaveney this estate in the parish of Templetogher, barony of Ballymoe, county...
CASTELEYN, Mary. The family of McDermott of Dublin and Ramore, County Galway. Includes note on Basterot by C.J. Woods. XI No 4 (2005), 277-279 de Basterot Fahey states that Frances, daughter of James French of Duras/Doorus, married a French gentleman, Bar...
Ó MURCHADHA, Diarmuid. Memorial Inscriptions of Irish Interest from Bath Abbey. VIII No 4 (1993), 541 Miller (Ballycaseymore) A Scottish family who were settled in the parish of Drumline, barony of Bunratty Lower, county Clare...
LONGFORD, W.U. Desmond. The Fitzmaurices of Duagh, county Kerry. III, 1(July1956), 25-35, 2 (July 1957), 64-66, 3(1958), 116. Fitzmaurice (Duagh) The estate of the representatives of Oliver Fitzmaurice amounted to over 2000 acres in county Kerry...
COLLIER, Esme F. D'Esterre of Rossmanagher. V, No 6 (1979), 721-729 D'Esterre A French Hugenot family, who came to Ireland via Holland in the late 17th century and were granted...
O'BRIEN, P.I.D. The Cratloe O'Briens. VI, No 1 (1980), 48-53 O'Brien (Dromoland) The introduction to the Inchiquin Papers in the National Library of Ireland records that, in about 1...
O'BRIEN, P.I.D. The O'Briens of Dough and Ennistymon. VI, No 5 (1984), 566-564 O'Brien (Dromoland) The introduction to the Inchiquin Papers in the National Library of Ireland records that, in about 1...
D'ALTON, Ian. Survival! Some reflections on Cork Protestant Families in the 19th and 20th Centuries. XI (2002), 20-30 Dalton (Woodpark) The Anglo Norman family of Dalton was established in county Clare from the early 17th century. Mich...
Abstract of wills of J. Wideham of Castletownroche, 1709 & H. Widenham of Court, Co Limerick, 1719. II, No 2 (1944) Widenham There appear to be two branches of this family one in county Limerick and one in county Cork. Henry...
BLACKALL, Sir Henry. The Burnells and the Penal Laws. IV (1968-1973), 74-80 Blackall (Garden Hill) The Blackall family of Gardenhill, county Limerick was granted lands in the barony of Pubblebrien un...
BLACKALL, H.W.B. Abstract from Blackall family records. I (1941), 265-275 Blackall (Garden Hill) The Blackall family of Gardenhill, county Limerick was granted lands in the barony of Pubblebrien un...
O'CONNELL, Basil. The Nagles of Ballygriffin and Nano Nagle. III (1956), 67-73 Nagle (Ballygriffin & Annakisha) This family are descended from James Nagle (died 1678) of Annakissy or Annakisha, near Mallow, count...
O'CONNELL, Basil. The Nagles of Annakissy. II, No 9 (1952), 337-348 Nagle (Ballygriffin & Annakisha) This family are descended from James Nagle (died 1678) of Annakissy or Annakisha, near Mallow, count...
O'CONNELL, Basil. The Nagles of Mount Nagle. II No 12 (1955), 377-389 Nagle (Ballygriffin & Annakisha) This family are descended from James Nagle (died 1678) of Annakissy or Annakisha, near Mallow, count...
O'CONNELL, Basil. The Nagles of Mount Nagle. II No 12 (1955), 377-389 (includes information on the Grace family of Mantua) Grace The Mantua estate in county Roscommon came into Grace ownership in the 18th century through the marr...
O'CONNELL, Basil. The Nagles of Mount Nagle. II No 12 (1955), 377-389 (include information re the Rice family of Co Kerry) Rice The estate of Justice D. Rice of Bushmount, Causeway, amounted to over 1200 acres in county Kerry in...
MORRIS, H.F. The Pynes of Co. Cork. VII No 2 (1987), 235-239 Pyne (Ballynacarriga) Cornelius Pyne, a relative of Henry Pyne of Waterpark, MP for Lismore, came to Ireland at the beginn...
MORRIS, H.F. The Pynes of Co. Cork. VII No 2 (1987), 229-235 Pyne (Cottage) This branch of the Pyne family lived at Derryroe, parish of Aghabulloge, county Cork, in the mid 18t...
MORRIS, H.F. The Pynes of Cork. VI (1983-1985), 696-710, VII (1986-1989) 31-50 & 229-244 Pyne (Ballyvolane) This family descend from Robert Wakeham, who succeeded his uncle, Sir Richard Pyne, Lord Chief Justi...
O'CONNELL, Basil. The Nagles of Garnavilla. (Appendix F - Fitzgeralds of Muckridge). III, No 1 (1956), 17-24 Fitzgerald (Muckridge) Basil O'Connell writes that Richard Fitzgerald of Muckridge, barony of Imokilly, county Cork bought...
FFOLLIOTT, Rosemary. The Herricks of county Cork. III (1963), pp.291-299. Herrick Burke claims that the county Cork Herrick family is a junior branch of that of Herrick of Beaumano...
FFOLLIOTT, Rosemary & LEADER, Michael. The Irish Barters. III (1961), 221-227. Barter (County Cork) The Barter family were established in county Cork from the late 17th century. Several members of th...
CHARLES-EDWARDS, G. The descent of the Somervilles of Drishane, county Cork. V (1979), 704-709. Somerville Burke's ''Irish Family Records'' indicates that the first of this family to settle in Cork was Rev....
GALLWEY, Lt Col. H.D. The Conron family of Co Cork. III (1956-1965), 341-350 Condon/Condron/Conron In the 18th century this family was located at Walshestown, parish of Churchtown, barony of Orrery a...
The Family Register of John Dennehy of Fermoy. I (1937),23-25 Dennehy Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland (1904) records Thomas Dennehy of Belleview, Fermoy, county Cork and...
O’BRIEN, The Hon. Donough. The O’Brien Family. I (1937-1942), 164-170 O'Brien (Inchiquin Castle) Murrough O'Brien, 6th Baron Inchiquin, was created 1st Earl of Inchiquin in 1654. An estate of almo...
O’BRIEN, The Hon. Donough. The O’Brien Family. I (1937-1942), 164-170 O'Brien (Dromoland) The introduction to the Inchiquin Papers in the National Library of Ireland records that, in about 1...
Abstracts of Wills (from the Swanzy Collection), II (1943-1955), 52-60 Widenham There appear to be two branches of this family one in county Limerick and one in county Cork. Henry...
Abstracts of Wills (from the Swanzy Collection), II (1943-1955), 52-60 Armstrong (Kilbracken) In March 1858 William, Simon and John Armstrong offered for sale the lands of Kilbracken, barony of...
Testamentary Records from Letitice Evoryna O’Hanlon of Orior (formerly part of the collection of her cousin, the late F. Elrington Ball), include those of John Pocklington Baron of the Exchequer and his widow Mary Pocklington 1741/2, their son Christopher who married Elizabeth Domville, 1725/6 was residuary legatee. II (1943-1955), 141-157 Pocklington At the time of Griffith's Valuation Major E. H. Pocklingon held an estate in the parishes of Feakle...
Testamentary Records from Letitice Evoryna O’Hanlon of Orior (formerly part of the collection of her cousin, the late F. Elrington Ball), include those of Francis Hartstonge eldest son of Sir Standish Hartstonge 1683 and Standish Hartstonge of Dublin, brother of John Bishop of Ossory 1704/5 . II (1943-1955), 141-157 Hartstonge In the 18th century the Harstonge family held lands in the Bruff and Kildimo areas of county Limer...
Testamentary Records from Letitice Evoryna O’Hanlon of Orior (formerly part of the collection of her cousin, the late F. Elrington Ball), includes that of St John St Leger, 1743 Grangemellon, manor of Askeaton, purchased from Earl of Orrery, also Racornave, barony of Duhallow, Co Cork, Clonine, Castletown and Draughane, Co Tipperary, mention of his sons Arthur, William, Anthony, Barry Matthew. II (1943-1955), 141-157 St. Leger (Limerick & Cork) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Anthony Butler St Leger held an estate in the parishes of Adare...
Testamentary Records from Letitice Evoryna O’Hanlon of Orior (formerly part of the collection of her cousin, the late F. Elrington Ball), including Thomas Christmas 1747 & Elizabeth Christmas 1770, Co Waterford. II (1943-1955), 180-189 Christmas Thomas Christmas was granted land in county Waterford in 1666. His descendants lived at Whitfield C...
O’CONNELL, Basil. Catherine O’Mullane. II (1943-1955), 311-316 O'Connell The O’Connells are an ancient Gaelic family, whom Burke claims had their origins in county Clare, be...
JONES, Horace E. The descendants of the Very Rev Rowland Davies, LL.D Dean of Cork. III (1956-1965), 424-438 Putland At the end of the 17th century the Earl of Clancarthy's estates which comprised most of Muskerry, co...
ffOLLIOTT, Rosemary and DOWMAN, Charles. A lineage of Dowman. III (1956-1965), 460-467 Dowman Jane Dowman held a townland in the parish of Killanully, barony and county of Cork from Sir George P...
THE O’DONEVAN, Lieut. Colonel. Two Irish Personalities at War. III (1956-1965), 389-391 Coote (Ash Hill & Bearforest) The Cootes of Ash Hill and Mount Coote, county Limerick, were descended from a younger brother of Si...
THE O’DONEVAN, Lieut. Colonel. Two Irish Personalities at War. III (1956-1965), 389-391 Lally A family with a large estate in the Tuam area of county Galway, centred on Tullinadaly Castle, which...
VINCENT, Berkeley L. The Vincent Family of Limerick and Clare. IV (1968-1973), 342-348 Vincent (Summerhill) The Vincents of county Clare were a branch of the Limerick family of that name. Burke's Landed Gent...
GALLWEY, Hubert. The MacSheehys of Connello in County Limerick. IV (1968-1973), 564-577 Sheehy (Cork & Limerick) In the early 18th century the Sheehys were merchants in the cities of Limerick and Cork. They marrie...
MCAULIFFFE, E.J. and WALTON, Julian. Names on coffin-plates in the vaults of St Andrew’s Church, Westland Row, Dublin, includes vault of John Walsh of Castlehill. V (1974-1979), 131-139 Walsh (Castlehill) In the late 1830s the Walshes inherited part of the Cormack estate in the parish of Crossmolina, bar...
EDWARDS, Gifford Charles. The descent of the Somervilles of Drishane, County Cork, from the Scottish line of Somerville. V (1974-1979), 704-709 Somerville Burke's ''Irish Family Records'' indicates that the first of this family to settle in Cork was Rev....
MACDERMOT, Brian C. Letters of John Scully to James Duff Coghlan, VI (1980-1985), 59-76, 227-246, 353-369, 508-522 Scully (Kilfeakle & Mantle Hill) The Scullys of county Tipperary descend from Jeremiah Scully who was established at Cashel in the mi...
O’BRIEN, P.I.D. The O’Briens of Dough and Ennistymon. VI (1983-1985), 556-564 O'Brien (Ennistymon) This branch of the O'Briens were descended from Sir Donnagh O'Brien of Duagh of Elizabethan times. I...
O’BRIEN, P.I.D. The O’Briens of Glencolumbkille, An Extant Family. VII (1986-1989), 51-53 O'Brien (Glencolumbkille) A branch of the O'Briens who lived at Glencolumkille, parish of Carran, barony of Burren, county Cla...
Ó MURCHADHA, Diarmuid. Memorial Inscriptions of Irish Interest from Somerset. IX (1994-1997), 5-13 Boyle (Earl of Cork and Orrery) Richard Boyle was created 1st Earl of Cork in the 1620s. The Earl of Cork’s main estates were in cou...
Ó MURCHADHA, Diarmuid. Memorial Inscriptions of Irish Interest from Somerset. IX (1994-1997), 5-13 O'Brien (Thomond) The estate of the Earl of Thomond was the largest in county Clare with lands in seven out of the ele...
MORRIS, H.F. The Pynes of Cork Revisited. IX (1994-1997), 494-529 Pyne (Ballynacarriga) Cornelius Pyne, a relative of Henry Pyne of Waterpark, MP for Lismore, came to Ireland at the beginn...
MORRIS, H.F. The Pynes of Cork Revisited. IX (1994-1997), 494-529 Pyne (Ballyvolane) This family descend from Robert Wakeham, who succeeded his uncle, Sir Richard Pyne, Lord Chief Justi...
MORRIS, H.F. The Pynes of Cork Revisited. IX (1994-1997), 494-529 Pyne (Cottage) This branch of the Pyne family lived at Derryroe, parish of Aghabulloge, county Cork, in the mid 18t...
MCCAN, Anthony. Scully Tombstones on the Rock of Cashel. X (1998-2001), 240-244 Scully (Kilfeakle & Mantle Hill) The Scullys of county Tipperary descend from Jeremiah Scully who was established at Cashel in the mi...
MCCAN, Anthony. The rise and fall of the Kenifecks of Ballindeasig House. XI (2003), 145-151 Hennessy (Ballindeasig) In the mid 19th century John C. Hennessy of Knocknaneffe House, county Cork married Mary Creagh daug...
DULONG, John P. and DULONG, Patricia A. (McGuinness). The life and origins of Lt Col Agmondesham Muschamp, 1598-1658, of Buttevant, Co Cork. XI (2006-2009), 37-44 De Vesci In his introduction to the Collection List (No 89) of the De Vesci archive in the National Library o...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Moore/O'Moore (Cloonbigny) In 1629 John Moore of Brees, county Mayo, settled his Cloonbigney estate in the parish of Taghmaconn...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Walsh/Hussey Walsh Richard Walsh, a younger son of the Walsh family of county Kilkenny, was transplanted to Crannagh, p...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Blake (Ardfry) By patent dated 24 Feb 1681 the Blakes were granted almost 12,000 acres in counties Galway and Mayo,...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Browne (Neale) A family established at The Neale, county Mayo, from the 16th century which they were regranted alon...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Daly (Dunsandle & Carnakelly) The Daly family of Dunsandle derived from Daly of Carnakelly in the parish of Kiltullagh. They bough...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Naghten (Thomastown) The Naghtens or O'Naghtens were one of the old Gaelic families who managed to retain some of their f...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Browne (Ardskea & Cooloo) In a Browne genealogy in the James Hardiman Library, NUI,Galway, the ancestry of this branch of the...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Browne (Moyne) The Brownes of Moyne were descended from the Brownes of Cloonkeely, near Tuam and of Newtown in the...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Naper/Napper In 1700 James Naper of Drewstown, county Meath, in partnership with Thomas Smith, bought the Ross es...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Bermingham/Birmingham (Rosshill) Colonel John Browne owned a substantial estate in the barony of Ross, county Galway, at the end of t...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Smith (Ross) In 1700 Thomas Smith, in partnership with James Naper, bought the Ross estate in county Galway from...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Browne (Westport) A very large estate in county Mayo, much of it formerly Bourke property, was acquired by Colonel Joh...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Browne/Dillon-Browne (Glencorrib) A branch of the Browne family of the Neale, barony of Kilmaine, county Mayo, settled near the villag...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 O'Conor Donelan The Sylaun estate in the parish of Belclare, barony of Clare, county Galway, belonged to a branch of...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Fitzgerald (Knight of Glin) The Knight of Glin is a title which was in existence for six centuries, borne by a branch of the Fit...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Fitzgibbon (Ballysheedy) The Fitzgibbon family were living at Ballysheedy/Ballyseeda, county Limerick, by the mid 18th centur...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Hickey (Co Clare) The Hickeys or O'Hickeys were an old Gaelic family, hereditary physicians to the O'Briens, Kings of...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Henchy (Moynoe) The Henchy family were established in county Clare from the early 18th century and descend from Pete...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Bermingham (Drum) Andrew Bermingham of Kilfylan, county Offaly, married Cathereine Moore of the parish of Drum, barony...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Rogers (Co Sligo & Ashgrove, Co Cork) Robert A. Rogers, together with the Earl of Aldborough and William Beamish, were lessors of lands in...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Lynch (Drimcong) By a patent under the Acts of Settlement, dated 14 Mar 1679, Isidore Lynch of Drimcong, was granted...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Gunning Plunkett The Gunnings were an English family who settled at Castlecoote in county Roscommon in the 17th centu...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Lyster (Grange) A branch of the Lysters resided at Grange, parish of Cam, barony of Athlone, county Roscommon in the...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Martin (Ballynahinch) A branch of the Anglo Norman family of Martin, one of the Tribes of Galway, was granted the O'Flaher...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Hanly/Hanley A family who lost most of their lands in the barony of Ballintober, county Roscommon, in the mid 17t...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 O'Conor Don The O'Conor Don ancestral lands were in County Roscommon centred on Clonalis House near Castlerea....
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Rice The estate of Justice D. Rice of Bushmount, Causeway, amounted to over 1200 acres in county Kerry in...
CHAMNEY, Anne R. Extracts from Father Clare’s Annotations to the Conformity Rolls, include reference to this family. X (2001), 427-454 Skerrett (Ballinduff) The Skerretts owned an estate in the barony of Clare, county Galway, which was confiscated at the ti...
Abstracts of wills, of R. Crawford, of Aghnacloy, Aghavea, Co Fermanagh, 1734; W. Crawford, of Lurganboy, Co. Leitrim, 1764; T. Exham, of Cork, 1824; T. Faris, of Carn, Co. Cavan, 1785. Vol.II, No. 1, October, 1943 Exham John Exham was granted 212 acres in the barony of Ibane, county Cork in 1667. Thomas Exham held land...
MCCAN, Anthony. The rise and fall of the Kenifecks of Ballindeasig House. XI (2003), 145-151 Kenifick/Kenefick Anthony McCan traces the history of this merchant family of Cork from Edmond Kenifick of the mid 18t...
CLESHAM, Brigid. The Elwood family of Co. Mayo. VI, No. 4 (1983), 477-486 Jones (Belville) In the 1870s Gustavus Robert Jones of Galway owned 709 acres in county Tipperary. He was a member o...
O'CONNELL, Basil. The Nagles of Garnavilla. III, No 1 (1956), 17-24 Nagle (Ballygriffin & Annakisha) This family are descended from James Nagle (died 1678) of Annakissy or Annakisha, near Mallow, count...
GALLWEY, H.D. Sherlock of Butlerstown, Co Waterford. IV (1968-1973), 131-141 Sherlock (Waterford) Paul Sherlock was granted large estates in the baronies of Middlethird and Gaultiere, county Waterfo...
WALTON, Julian C. The family of Aylward [series]. IV (1968-1973), 157-166, 252-266, 397-394, 584-597, V (1974-1979), 51-71, 216-233, 506-522 Aylward A branch of the Aylward family of Faithlegg, county Waterford was transported to Connacht in the mid...
CLARKE, Ralph Lionel. The remarkable Mr Clarke. V (1974-1979), 122-130, 262- Clarke (Graiguenoe) Members of the Clerke and Upton families were granted lands in the baronies of Clanwilliam and Middl...
MACDERMOT, Brian C. Letters of John Scully to James Duff Coghlan, VI (1980-1985), 59-76, 227-246, 353-369, 508-522 Coghlan/Coglane (Waterford) W.C. Coghlan of Dromina owned almost 400 acres in county Waterford in the 1870s while J.D. Coghlan...
EVERARD, Richard H.A.J. The family of Everard. VII (1986-1989), 328-348, 505-542 , VIII (1990-1993), 175-206, 575-60, IX (1994-1997), 43-72 Everard (Co Tipperary) Although attained in 1691 for supporting the Jacobite cause, Sir John Everard did get his estate bac...
MORRIS, H.F. and READE-DUNCAN, T. The Reades of Cos Tipperary and Kilkenny. VIII (1990-1993), 15-44, 336-364 Reade (Cos Tipperary & Kilkenny) In the mid 17th century Richard Reade settled at Modeshil, barony of Slievardagh, county Tipperary a...
DUNBOYNE, Lord. The Family of O’Brien Butler. VIII (1990-1993), 74-78 Butler (Bansha) A branch of the Butler family who had connections with the Earls of Ormonde and the Barons Dunboyne...
DE LA POER, Nigel K., edited by Kenneth W. Nicholls and Julian C. Walton. The Powers of Curraghmore, Co Waterford: Their origins and history. X (1998-2001), 388-395 Beresford/Le Poer Beresford The Beresford family, Marquis of Waterford and Viscount Tyrone, owned land in various parts of Irela...
BUTLER, David J. House of Rouskagh: the obscuring of a cadet branch of the Butlers of Cahir. XI (2002-2005), 118-134 Butler (Caher) The Butlers were established at Caher Castle, county Tipperary, from the 16th century. This family...
CLARE, Wallace. Monumental inscriptions at Affane, county Waterford. II (1949-55), 282-289. Chearnley Richard A. Chearnley of Salterbridge, Cappoquin, owned over 18,000 acres in county Waterford in the...
CLARE, Wallace. Monumental inscriptions at Affane, county Waterford. II (1949-55), 282-289. Power (Decies-without-Drum) Gallwey states that the various branches of the Power family were associated with this area long be...
CLARE, Wallace. Monumental inscriptions at Affane, county Waterford. II (1949-55), 282-289. Musgrave (Waterford) Burke states that the Musgraves were originally descended from a Yorkshire family. The first Richard...
WILLS SANDFORD, Tom. Memorandum of the events of the married life of Mary Wills (nee Sandford, later Wills Sandford) of Castlerea, Co Roscommon. XIII (2010), 8-20 Sandford/Wills Sandford The descendants of Captain Theophilus Sandford of Moyglare, county Meath, settled at Castlerea, coun...
MACEGAN, Marie O'Beirne. The Mac Egan Family. I, (1939), 174-176 MacEgan The townland of Ballymacegan borders the River Shannon in the north of county Tipperary. The Macega...
O'HORAN, The Rev. Patrick K. The Mac Egan of Bally-Mac-Egan. I (1939), 177-178 MacEgan The townland of Ballymacegan borders the River Shannon in the north of county Tipperary. The Macega...
MORIARTY, G. Andrews. Abigail Williams, mother of John, Lord Kingsale. II, no., 5 (1947) de Courcy (Baron Kingsale) Lord Kingsale's estate was among the principal lessors in the parish of Ringrone, baronies of Cource...
FANNIN, Samuel. The MacDonnells of Boyle, Ireland and Cartagena, Spain. XII No 3 (2008), 191-206 McDonnell (Achill) Mrs Agnes McDonnell bought the estate of the Earl of Cavan on Achill Island, county Mayo in 1888. Th...
MACCOTTER, Paul. The Prendergast alias MacMaurice Lineage of Clanmaurice Barony, Co Mayo. XII No 3 (2008), 295-310 Prendergast (Ballygowan) The Prendergasts had a small estate in the parish of Kilcolman, barony of Clanmorris, county Mayo an...
PRENDERGAST, Gary & LEDER, Judith Remy. The Mayo Branch of the Prendergast Family. XII No 4 (2009), 403-408 Prendergast (Ballygowan) The Prendergasts had a small estate in the parish of Kilcolman, barony of Clanmorris, county Mayo an...
WALTON, Julian. The Boltons of county Waterford. Part I, VII (1987), 186-200, part 2, VII (1988), 405-420, part 3, VII (1989), 615-641. Bolton (Waterford) Captain William Bolton was granted lands formerly owned by the Aylwards at Faithlegg in county Water...
JOHNSTON, Lex. 'Unlocking an Irish Paternity Case from the 17th Century: the Merediths of Sligo, Stansty and Leeds Abbey'. Vol XIII No 3, (2012), 242-252. Meredith The Merediths acquired Cloonamahon and associated lands in the 18th century when a Meredith married...
WILLS-SANDFORD, Tom. Memorandum of the events of the married life of Mary Wills (nee Sandford, later Wills-Sandford, 1789-1851) of Castlerea, county Roscommon. XIII (2010), pp.8-20. Wills (Castlereagh) In 1703 two brothers, Caspar and James Wills, purchased part of the forfeited estate of King James I...
FITZGERALD, Ivan. The Power O'Shee family of Gardenmorris, county Waterford. XIV,1 (2014). pp.14-22. Power O'Shee (Gardenmorris) The Shees were a Kilkenny family of ancient lineage who married into a number of other significant l...
WILLS-SANDFORD, Thomas. The 1895 fire in Castlerea House, the repair estimates, and the aftermath. XIV (2014), 80-84. Sandford/Wills Sandford The descendants of Captain Theophilus Sandford of Moyglare, county Meath, settled at Castlerea, coun...
MACCOTTER, Paul. The de la Chapelle or Supple or de Capel-Brooke families of Cork, Limerick and Kerry. XIII (2013), 311-343. Supple (Aghadoe) The Supple family were said to be descended from the De Capells of county Cork and they were related...
MACCOTTER, Paul. The de la Chapelle or Supple or de Capel-Brooke families of Cork, Limerick and Kerry. XIII (2013), 311-343. Brooke (Aghadoe) Mary Brooke, daughter of Arthur Brooke of the Broke/Brooke family of Great Oakley, Northamptonshire,...
MACCOTTER, Paul. The de la Chapelle or Supple or de Capel-Brooke families of Cork, Limerick and Kerry. XIII (2013), 311-343. Supple Edward K. Supple owned over 900 acres in county Kerry in the 1870s. In the 1830s, the Ordnance Surve...
CHANNING, Adrian, 'So who was John Browne of the Neale?'. XIV (2015), 146-161. Browne (Neale) A family established at The Neale, county Mayo, from the 16th century which they were regranted alon...
TIMONEY, Martin A. & Mary B., 'Felton not Feltrim': Locating Catherine Fagan, wife of Charles O'Conor of Balanagare, from the Fagan ancestral monument. XIV (2015), 201-211. O'Conor Don The O'Conor Don ancestral lands were in County Roscommon centred on Clonalis House near Castlerea....
DAVIES, Peter. 'Debunking a Family legend', XIV (2015), 250-252. Davis (Frenchpark) William Davis was the lessor of property in the parish of Tibohine, barony of Frenchpark at the time...
HORGAN, Sheila. 'The Bantry Estate through the lens of its tenant farmers, 1800-1920'. XIV (2015), 253-259. White/Hedges White Richard Hedges of Macroom Castle and Mount Hedges, county Cork, married Mary Eyre and had a son, Ric...
WILLS-SANDFORD, Thomas G. The 1895 fire in Castlerea House, the repair estimates, and the aftermath. XIV (2014), 80-84. Wills (Castlereagh) In 1703 two brothers, Caspar and James Wills, purchased part of the forfeited estate of King James I...
HENRY, Mark. The O'Neills of the Fews; their origin, descendants and DNA profile: I. XIV (2015), 170-189. O'Neill A branch of the O'Neills of the Fews, county Armagh, who were transplanted to county Mayo by the Cro...
HENRY, Mark. The O'Neills of the Fews; their origin, descendants and DNA profile: II. XIV (2016), 308-324. O'Neill A branch of the O'Neills of the Fews, county Armagh, who were transplanted to county Mayo by the Cro...
GALLWAY, Timothy J. & GALWEY, Andrew K. Galwey and Bowen families of county Cork and serendipitous data sources. XIV, no.4 (2017), pp.504-507. Bowen/Cole-Bowen Originally from Wales, Henry Bowen, a Cromwellian army officer, settled in county Cork. In 1660 his...
GALLWEY, Timothy J. and GALWEY, Andrew K. Galwey and Bowen families of County Cork and serendipitous data sources. XIV, No 4 (2017), 502-509. Galway/Galwey (Lota & West Cork) "Burke's Irish Family Records" traces the ancestry of this family back to their location in Kinsale,...
DULONG, Patricia A. and John P. The Vesey Family: Three Generations in Ireland. 15 No.1 (2018), 46-69. Vesey In December 1698 John Vesey, Archbishop of Tuam from 1679 to 1716, bought almost 750 acres in the Ho...
BRETT-PITT, David. The Headley estate, Glenbeigh, County Kerry: model landlord to rackrenter. Vol.15 No.3 (2020), pp.455-487. Winn The Winns were originally a Yorkshire family. Their main seat was at Nostell Priory, near Wakefield....
McGIVERN, Dara. The Talbot family, Barons Talbot of Malahide, Malahide, Co. Dublin. Vol. 15. No.3 (2020), pp. 420-430. Talbot (Malahide) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Lord Talbot de Malahide held a sporting estate at Altnabrocky in...
MORAN, Alan. 'Devenish to Digby - The Story of a Deed'. Vol. 15 No. 3 (2020), 439-454. Digby (Aran) The Aran Islands comprised three parishes: Inisheer, Inishmaan and Inishmore, all in the barony of A...