Landed Estates
NUI Galway
Reference Source

TULLY CROSS GUILD IRISH COUNTRYWOMEN'S ASSOCIATION, ''Portrait of a Parish, Ballynakill, Connemara''. Tully Cross I.C.A., 1985

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Category Modern printed sources

Estate Records Citing this Source

Found 15 estate records citing this source.

Reference Estate Name Estate Description
34 Tulloch John Armstrong, a member of a county Fermanagh family, was living at South Hill, Clifden, county Gal...
19-24 & 121-124 Blake (Renvyle) Henry Blake returned from Montserrat in 1676 and, according to Martin J. Blake, bought the Lehinch e...
58 Duncan (Kylemore) At the time of Griffith's Valuation the Reverend Joseph Duncan owned 2 townlands containing 1913 acr...
48-52 Ellis (Letterfrack) James Ellis, a Quaker and successful manufacurer from Leicester in England came to Letterfrack in 18...
46-47 Eyre (Clifden) Thomas Eyre of Bath, Somerset, bought much of the property of John D'Arcy of Clifden, county Galway,...
58 Fletcher At the time of Griffith's Valuation Henry G. Fletcher owned an estate at Rosleague in the parish of...
32-34 & 57-58 Graham (Ballynakill Lodge) Patrick Melvin writes that the Grahams bought a 6000 acre estate at Ballynakill, barony of Ballynahi...
62-68 Henry (Kylemore) Mitchell Henry was a doctor who was left a large fortune by his father, a Manchester merchant, in 18...
59 Magee At the time of Griffith's Valuation the Reverend Anthony Magee, a retired Roman Catholic priest, own...
16 & 58 O'Flaherty (Renvyle) In the 18th century the O'Flahertys held lands, that had previously belonged to them, from the Blake...
35-40 & 58 Thomson The Salrock/Salruck estate, barony of Ballynahinch, county Galway, originally belonged to the Miller...
58 Twining Frederick Twining, a member of the famous tea family, came to live in Ireland in the late 1850s. On...
58 Whitwell Edward Whitwell appears to have been the first person to live at Shanboolard which he held at the ti...
59 Wilberforce (Ballynakill) Kathleen Villiers-Tuthill states in her book ''Kylemore Castle & Abbey'' that Reverend Robert Isaac...