Landed Estates
NUI Galway
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PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS. ''Return of Untenanted Lands in Rural Districts, Distinguishing Demesnes on Which There is a Mansion...'', HC 1906, c, 177

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Reference Estate Name Estate Description
359 O'Malley (Newcastle) This branch of the O'Malley family of Burrishoole, held an estate of about 1,500 acres in the parish...
367-368 Beckett By the early 20th century Jacob Beckett occupied at least part of the former O'Malley estate at Newc...
367 Brett (Killasser) By 1876 Henry Brett a civil engineer with addresses in counties Dublin and Wicklow, owned 1322 acres...
353 Chapman Sir Benjamin and William Chapman, two members of the Chapman family of Killua Castle, county Westmea...
365 Churcher By 1876 Emanuel Churcher of Gosport, Hampshire, England, had bought some of the estate of James Thor...
354 Black In 1876 William Fleming Black of Lislap, Omagh, county Tyrone, owned 867 acres in county Mayo and 30...
354 Perkins John Perkins was agent for some of the property owned by the Gores, Earls of Arran in the first half...
371 Gibbings (Co Mayo) In the 1870s the Reverend Richard Gibbings, Professor of Ecclesiastical History at Trinity College,...
369 Gibbons At the time of Griffith's Valuation Matthew Gibbons held one townland in the parish of Islandeady an...
369 Kennedy In the mid 1870s Charles Preston Kennedy of Inisherkin, Newport, county Mayo and Victor C. Kennedy o...
367-368 O'Rorke (Oldcastle) The O'Rorkes owned an estate in the parish of Meelick, barony of Gallen, county Mayo, which they app...
365 Smyth (Glencalry) In the 1870s William F. Smyth of Green Street, St Heliers, Jersey, owned 3136 acres in county Mayo....
371 Anketell Jones Six townlands in the parish and barony of Burrishoole, county Mayo, were occupied by Henry Moutray A...
368 McDonnell (Achill) Mrs Agnes McDonnell bought the estate of the Earl of Cavan on Achill Island, county Mayo in 1888. Th...
369 Bellingham An estate of 11,810 acres in the parish of Kilcommon, barony of Erris, county Mayo was advertised fo...
352 Gore (Castle Gore) In 1666 the Gores were granted extensive estates, over 14,700 acres, in the barony of Tirawley, coun...
352 Paget The Paget estate was mainly in the parishes of Crossmolina and Kilfian, barony of Tirawley, county M...
353 (Rahans) Atkinson (Rahans) According to Burke's ''Landed Gentry'' the Atkinsons were Elizabethean settlers. On 5 July 1742 the...
353 Jackson (Carrowmore) The Carrowmore estate of the Vaughans passed by marriage to a junior branch of the Jacksons of Ennis...
353 Fetherstonhaugh A county Westmeath family who intermarried with the Wills of Willsgrove, county Roscommon, the Ormes...
353 Walsh (Castlehill) In the late 1830s the Walshes inherited part of the Cormack estate in the parish of Crossmolina, bar...
353 Pratt The Jackson estate at Enniscoe, parish of Crossmolina, barony of Tirawley, county Mayo became the pr...
354 Knox (Netley Park) Henry William Knox and his brother John sold almost 3000 acres in the parishes of Crossmolina and Ki...
354 Knox (Rappa) Originally a Crofton estate which passed through a marriage connection to a younger son of the Knoxe...
354 Pery/ Pery Knox Gore An estate in the parish of Kilbelfad, barony of Tirawley, county Mayo, formerly belonging to the Orm...
354 Knox (Mount Falcon) An estate in the parish of Ballynahaglish, barony of Tirawley, county Mayo, previously belonging to...
355 Knox (Castle Lackan) The Knoxes of Castle Lackan, parish of Killala, barony of Tirawley and later of Creagh, parish of Ba...
355 Martyn (Curraghmore) Abstracts of original documents in the Blake Papers show that an estate at Curraghmore was granted t...
355 (Liskilleen) Kenny (Ballinrobe) A family established in the Ballinrobe area, barony of Kilmaine, county Mayo, from the late 17th cen...
355 (Moorehall) Moore (Moore Hall) An estate in the parishes of Ballintober, Ballyovey and Burriscarra in the barony of Carra, county M...
355 (Towerhill) Blake (Towerhill & Bunowen) The Blakes of Menlo Castle, county Galway, held the lands of Clonyne and Clooneen or Towerhill, pari...
356 McCausland Louisa Plunket was left an interest in her sister's Catherine's property at Cappaghduff, parish of B...
356 Mitchell (Toormakeady Lodge) The Plunkett estate in the parish of Ballyovey, barony of Carra, county Mayo, was bought by the Mitc...
326 (Moyode), 331 (Ashford), 332 (Rosshill) & 356 (Strandhill) Guinness Sir Benjamin Lee Guinness of the famous brewing family began to purchase Connacht estates for sale i...
357 Russell In 1853 the Dalgan estate was bought by the Duke of Bedford for Lady de Clifford, who was the wife o...
357 (Hollymount & Kilrush) Lindsey (Hollymount) This branch of the Lindsey family were descended from a younger son of the first Lindsey of Turin, p...
355 (Cloonee, occupied by William C. Burke) & 357 (Bloomfield) Ruttledge (Bloomfield) In May 1749, Peter Ruttledge of Cornfield and Carrowkillen, parish of Robeen, barony of Kilmaine, co...
357 (Clooncormick) Gildea The Gildeas were established at Port Royal in county Mayo from early in the 18th century, where they...
358 Rutherford At the time of Griffith's Valuation the Rutherfords were leasing Turin, parish of Kilmainemore, baro...
358 Browne (Neale) A family established at The Neale, county Mayo, from the 16th century which they were regranted alon...
358 Lynch (Partry) Sir Henry Lynch of Castlecarra, granted his mother the lands of Cloonlagheen, parish of Ballyovey, b...
359 Lynch (Ballycurrin) An estate in the parish of Shrule, barony of Kilmaine, county Mayo, in the possession of the Lynch f...
359 Carter The Carter family of Castlemartin, county Kildare, inherited half the Shaen lands in the barony of E...
360 (Bingham's Castle) Bingham (Bingham's Castle) The Bingham family of Newbrook, parish of Robeen, county Mayo, later Barons Clanmorris, inherited ha...
361 (Massbrook Lower, occupied by W. A. Conduitt) Jones (Ardnaree) The lands of Ardnaree, parish of Kilmoremoy, barony of Tirawley, county Mayo, were granted to Sir Th...
361 (Moat) Lynch Blosse A Galway family who lost most of their estates in that county under Cromwell but received extensive...
320 (Cloghballymore) & 361. Blake (Ballinafad) In the early 17th century a younger son of the Blake family of Ballyglunin, county Galway, acquired...
361 Acton (Bridgemount) The Acton family had an estate of over a thousand acres in the parish of Drum, barony of Carra, coun...
362 Browne (Breaghwy) A junior branch of the Brownes of the Neale, county Mayo, was located in the parish of Breaghwy in t...
363 FitzGerald (Turlough) This family from Gorteens in county Kilkenny was transplanted to county Mayo under the Cromwellian s...
363 (Castlemagarret) Browne (Castlemagarret) The Brownes of Carrowbrowne, parish of Oranmore, county Galway, had estates in the counties Galway,...
364 Crean A family transplanted to county Mayo from county Galway under the Cromwellian settlement. The Crean...
365 Sheffield John Charles Sheffield bought the Arbuthnot estate in the parish of Crossboyne, barony of Clanmorris...
322 (Lisduff) & 365 (The Heath) Tighe (The Heath) Robert Tighe was a prosperous merchant of Ballinrobe, barony of Kilmainemore, county Mayo, in the mi...
365 (Ballinglen, occupied by Susan Pringle) & 366 (Ballykinlettragh) Fawcett (Ballykinlettragh) The Fawcetts were resident on the townlands of Ballykinlettragh, parish of Kilfian, and Ballinglen,...
366 (Castlereagh) Knox (Castlereagh) The Knoxes came from county Donegal and settled at Castlereagh in the 17th century. By the early 1...
366 Kirkwood (Bartragh Island) Captain Charles Kirkwood of Bartragh Island, parish of Killala, barony of Tirawley, county Mayo, hel...
366 (Farmhill, occupied by Susan Pringle) Gardiner (Farmhill) The Gardiners were resident in the parishes of Kilfian and Rathreagh, barony of Tirawley, county May...
367 (Ballinamore) Ormsby (Ballinamore) The Ballinamore estate, in the parish of Killedan, barony of Gallen, county Mayo, was granted to the...
368 Brabazon This family were descended from Sir Anthony Brabazon of Ballinasloe Castle, a younger brother of Sir...
368 Strogen The Strogens held Belgarrow, parish of Toomore, barony of Tirawley, county Mayo, from the Evans fami...
368 McDermott (Cloongee) The McDermotts owned Cloongee in the parish of Templemore, barony of Gallen, and also a townland in...
369 Garvey (Murrisk) Under the Acts of Settlement the Garveys were granted lands at Murrisk and Carrowkeel in the parish...
369 (Milcum & Ross House) & 371 (Newport House) O'Donel Some of the O'Donnells of Ulster settled in county Mayo in the 17th century, initially in the Ballyc...
370 (Westport House) Browne (Westport) A very large estate in county Mayo, much of it formerly Bourke property, was acquired by Colonel Joh...
371 (Rosturk Castle) Stoney James Butler Stoney and his son, Robert Vesey Stoney, built up a considerable estate in the Burrisho...
372 (Belclare) Livingstone William Livingstown, a Westport merchant, had extensive business interests all over county Mayo in t...
352, 390 (Tireragh). Knox Gore James Knox of Broadlands Park (1774-1818) was the third son of Francis Knox of Rappa Castle. Both h...
362 Malley William Malley owned an estate in the parish of Kildacommoge, barony of Gallen, county Mayo and appe...
366 (Owenmore) Orme (Owenmore) The Orme family owned extensive property in county Mayo and also around the village of Enniscrone in...
369 Pim Jonathon Pim, one of the secretaries of the Central Relief Committee, bought three small townlands i...
310 (Cartron & Keelkyle) Graham (Ballynakill Lodge) Patrick Melvin writes that the Grahams bought a 6000 acre estate at Ballynakill, barony of Ballynahi...
310 Browne (Rosleague) A note on the sale rental dated 1862 of Edmund O'Flaherty's estate in the barony of Ballynahinch, co...
310 Prior The Reverend John Prior and Thomas Young Prior were sons of the Reverend Thomas Prior, Senior Fellow...
310 Berridge In 1872 the Ballynahinch estate in county Galway, was bought by Richard Berridge, a London brewer, f...
310 Twining Frederick Twining, a member of the famous tea family, came to live in Ireland in the late 1850s. On...
310 Tulloch John Armstrong, a member of a county Fermanagh family, was living at South Hill, Clifden, county Gal...
311 Eyre (Clifden) Thomas Eyre of Bath, Somerset, bought much of the property of John D'Arcy of Clifden, county Galway,...
311 Thomson The Salrock/Salruck estate, barony of Ballynahinch, county Galway, originally belonged to the Miller...
311 Wall (Errislannan) In the 1830s the Reverend Richard Wall of Barmount Manor, county Wexford, rented from Colonel Lamber...
311 Henry (Kylemore) Mitchell Henry was a doctor who was left a large fortune by his father, a Manchester merchant, in 18...
390. Niddrie Peter Niddrie, MD, rented the house at Carrowmacrory from Mrs. Esther Hillas in 1857. Grace [Nedden]...
390 & 391. Wingfield Stratford Edward and John Wingfield were twin brothers, sons of Richard Wingfield, 3rd Viscount Powerscourt, a...
390 (Carrowgarry), 391 (Dirk Lodge), 392 (Ballinvoher). Crichton Sir Alexander Crichton of Seal Grove, Kent married Frances Dodwell in 1800. She was the heiress of E...
390. Verschoyle The Irwin estate at Tanrego was purchased by Verschoyle in the 1860s. According to the OS name books...
390. Crofton (Sligo) The Croftons acquired land in the 17th century from the McSweeneys which had previously been part of...
390. Lougheed William Black Lougheed purchased the Fenton estate at Dromore West in the later 19th century. He is...
390. Ormsby (Farrenmacfarrell) The Ormsby family held land in the parish of Kilmacshalgan through much of the 19th century. The pro...
390. Cuffe (Tireragh) Alexander Cuffe is recorded as the occupier of the property in Farrenmacfarrell townland, barony of...
390 & 391. Brinkley Richard Graves Brinkley purchased lands in various parts of County Sligo in the Encumbered Estates C...
391. McMunn The McMunn estate was centred on Belville House, near Dromore West, in the barony of Tireragh. In th...
391. Hale The Hales had merchant interests in the town of Sligo but also held extensive landed property in Tir...
391. Fenton The Fenton family held land in and around Easky throughtout the 19th century. Various family members...
391 (Kilglass), 397 (Cloonbarry). McCarrick/McCarrig At the time of Griffith's Valuation various members of the McCarrick family held townlands in the pa...
391. Howley (Belleek Castle) The Howley family appear in both Hussey de Burgh and the 1876 Landowners Survey as owners of land in...
391. Armstrong (Oghil) The Armstrong family are recorded as holding a modest estate in the parish of Kilglass in 18th centu...
391. Guilfoyle At the time of Griffith's Valuation, Thomas Guilfoyle was one of the principal lessors in the parish...
391. Hillas The Hillas family held property in several parishes in the Barony of Tireragh. They also held proper...
392. Ormsby (Castle Dargan) The Ormsby family held property at Castledargan since the end of the 17th century. William Ormsby i...
392. Hosie In 1906 John Hosie, is recorded as the occupier of property at Castle Dargan townland, barony of Tir...
392. Stack (Tirerrill) The Stack family acquired the property at Castle Neynoe during the 19th century. In 1906 M.F.B. Stac...
392. Wynne The Wynne family established themselves in Sligo in the later 17th century. They went on to become o...
389 (Knockbrack) & 393 (Heathfield). Phibbs (Tirerrill) The Phibbs family owned several estates in the barony of Tirerril including that at Corradoo East....
393. Ashley The Ashley estate consisted of lands in the Mullaghmore area of north Sligo which had previously bee...
393. Eccles J.E. Eccles, a gentleman, is recorded as resident in the parish of Tumna, barony of Boyle, county Ro...
393 (Markree & Union). Cooper (Markree) Edward Cooper was a soldier in Richard Coote [Lord Collooney]'s, regiment of horse. He is known in...
392 & 394. Parke According to O'Rorke, the Parkes received land under the Cromwellian settlement and established them...
394. Phibbs (Seafield) The Phibbs family acquired an estate in Kilmacowen in the late 18th century. The estate was based ar...
394 Walker The Walker family were descended from prosperous merchants in Sligo town. James Walker, initially le...
395. Tweedy The estate at Cloonamahon passed into the hands of the Tweedy family thorough the marriage of Meredi...
395. Gore Booth The Gore Booth family were descended from Sir Francis Booth who was granted land at Ardtermon, bar...
395. Jones (Streedagh) The Jones family were granted lands previously in the possession of O'Connor Sligo. It is thought th...
396. O'Hara The O'Haras were the only Gaelic family to continue as major landowners in County Sligo up to modern...
397. Phibbs The Phibbs family held estates in different parts of county Sligo, this branch settled at Doobeg in...
281, 397. Armstrong (Chaffpool & Moyaliff) These Armstrongs are a junior branch of the Armstrong family of Mount Heaton, county Offaly and desc...
397. Perceval The Perceval family succeeded to lands in Sligo in the mid 17th when George Perceval married Mary Cr...
315 Blake (Cregg Castle) The Blakes of Cregg Castle, county Galway, were descended from the Blakes of Renvyle and Kiltolla an...
337 Blake (Ballyglunin) In ''Blake Family Records'' Martin J. Blake states that Martin Blake of Cummer, county Galway, purch...
341 Bodkin (Annagh) The Bodkins, one of the ‘Tribes’ of Galway, were granted Annagh and other lands in the barony of Cla...
341 Browne (Claran) There is a memorial to Nicholas Browne of Claran who died in 1714, his wife Cisly and their posterit...
341 Burke (Ower) The Burkes of Ower were descended from a younger son of the Burkes of Clanricarde in the 15th centur...
311 Kendall In the mid 19th century John Kendall, a London lawyer, bought the estate of the Morrises of Ballinab...
333 Jackson (Killaguile) In the 1850s James E. Jackson held the townland of Killaguile, parish of Killannin, barony of Moycul...
332 Lynch (Petersburg) This family settled at Ballynonagh Castle on the shore of Lough Mask, barony of Ross, county Galway,...
340 (Barnaboy) Carter (Annaghkeen) The South Mayo Family Research Society have recorded late 17th century gravestone memorials to membe...
338 Clarke (Graig Abbey) The Clarke family were leasing the Graig Abbey property from the Warburton estate at the time of Gri...
342 (Crumlin) Henry (Toghermore) Hugh Robert Henry, a younger son of Hugh Henry of Lodge Park, Straffan, county Kildare was the first...
341 Kirwan (Castlehacket) In the 16th century the Castlehacket and Cahermorris estates near Tuam in county Galway belonged to...
338 Lynch (Carrowbeg North) The Lynchs owned an estate of 337 acres at Carrowbeg North, parish of Belclare, barony of Clare, cou...
341 Staunton/Lynch Staunton The Stauntons, originally from Buckinghamshire, England, settled in county Galway in the mid 17th ce...
337 Nolan (Ballinderry) The Nolans were Elizabethan settlers in the Ballinrobe area of county Mayo. They lost most of their...
340 (Mahony) O'Flaherty (Lisdonagh) For fifty years in the middle of the 19th century a branch of the O'Flaherty family leased an estate...
342 (Mirehill) Roche (Ryehill) In the late 18th century the Ryehill estate in the parish of Monivea, barony of Tiaquin, county Galw...
340 (McDonagh) St. George (Headford) The St Georges were a Cambridgeshire family who were granted lands in the Headford area by the Cromw...
342 Waithman Robert William Waithman, a member of a Lancashire family, came to Ireland in the 1860s and purchased...
331 Blake (Kiltullagh, Frenchfort & Vermount) The lands of Kiltullagh/Kiltolla, parish of Oranmore, barony of Dunkellin, county Galway, were grant...
337 Blakeney (Abbert) Robert Blakeney, a member of a family of Elizabethan settlers, was granted lands at Castle Blakeney,...
331 (de Stacpoole) Browne (Moyvilly & Mounthazel) The Moyvilly estate, near Oranmore, county Galway, was granted to the Brownes under the Acts of Sett...
328 Browne (Carrownacregg West) James Browne, a brother of Edward Browne of Ardskea, barony of Clare, county Galway, owned 2 townlan...
330 Concanon The Concannons were formerly Gaelic chiefs in the Kilkerrin area of north east Galway. The lands of...
317 (Newforest) D'Arcy (Newforest) This branch of the D'Arcy family were descended from Martin D'Arcy, second son of James 'Riveagh' D'...
318 Digby (Moat Lodge) The Digby's title to their estate in the barony of Tiaquin, county Galway, commenced with the marria...
341 (Monivea) Ffrench (Monivea) The Monivea estate, barony of Tiaquin, county Galway, was acquired by the ffrenchs from the O'Kellys...
328 (Windfield) & 383 (Athleague) Jameson (Windfield) The Jamesons were a Dublin family well known in the 19th century distilling and banking circles of t...
330 Joyce (Corgary) An estate bought by Walter Joyce of Mervue from the French family in 1806. In the mid 19th century i...
337 (Newtown) Kelly (Newtown) A family with county Roscommon origins, members of 18th century generations of the Kellys served in...
328 (Lyons) Kilkelly (Summerville) An estate, centred on the house originally known as Thomastown and later as Summerville, was in the...
316 Bodkin (Roseberry) An estate comprised of 2 townlands in the parish of Kilcroan, barony of Ballymoe, county Galway, was...
316 (Dick) Handcock Patrick Melvin writes that Carrowntryla was originally a Burke property, which was sold in 1753 to A...
317 (Skehaghard - reps John Pollok) Pollok (Lismany) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Allan Pollok was the owner of considerable property in various p...
317 McDermott (Springfield) According to William Keaveney this estate in the parish of Templetogher, barony of Ballymoe, county...
318 (Ballintava) Barrett (Greenhills & Ballintava) At the time of Griffith's Valuation, John Samuel Barrett was leasing the Greenhills estate in the pa...
318 (Turlough) & 330 (Killian) Chevers (Killian/Killyan) The Chevers/Cheevers family originally owned estates in counties Wexford and Meath. Following their...
330 Bellew (Mountbellew) The Bellew family of Williamstown, county Louth, were granted lands in the parish of Moylough, baron...
341 Kirwan (Carnaun & Dalgin) Denis Kirwan was a land agent resident at Carnaun, near Tuam, county Galway. At the time of Griffith...
339 (Castlegrove) Lewin (Cloghans) A family who were settled on the Galway/Mayo border at Cloghans, parish of Kilmainemore, barony of K...
339 (Quarrymount - CDB) Bodkin (Kilcloony) The Kilcloony estate, parish of Tuam, barony of Dunmore, county Galway, was granted to Edward Bodkin...
339 (Miller) Kirwan (Blindwell) Descended from a younger son of the Kirwans of Gardenfield, the Kirwans of Blindwell, built up a sub...
341 Lynch (Rockwell) Mary Lynch and her son Michael were granted 333 acres at Tobberoe by patent dated 16 Mar 1678. At th...
338 (Fearmore) Daly (Ballygaddy) An estate in the parish of Kilbennan, barony of Dunmore, county Galwy, held by John Daly from Nesbit...
327 (Curraghboy - Neary) ffrench (Ballinamore) The Honourable Martin ffrench was a younger brother of Sir Thomas ffrench, 3rd Baron. Martin ffrenc...
316 (Dick) Dick The Carrowntryla estate of the Handcock family near Dunmore, county Galway, was mortgaged to Sir Hen...
312 Newton (Carna) In the 1870s Philip Newton of the Newton family of Dunleckney Manor, Bagenalstown, county Carlow, ow...
327 (Clooncannon) & 385 (Scregg) Potts The Drum Heritage Group record Correen, parish of Moore, barony of Moycarn, county Roscommon as the...
311 Gorham Joseph Gorham of Clifden, county Galway, owned 595 acres in the county in the 1870s.
318 Ffrench (Templetogher) Daniel O'Connell Ffrench held four townlands in the parish of Templetogher, barony of Ballymoe, coun...
333 Guilfoyle (Galway) In the 1870s Edward Guilfoyle of Galway is recorded as owning 2,176 acres in the parish of Killannin...
337 Egan (Annaghdown) At the time of Griffith's Valuation John Egan held the townland of Tomnahulla (617 acres), parish of...
341 McCormack (Tuam) Patrick McCormick bought the townland of Cartronroe, parish of Tuam, barony of Dunmore, county Galwa...
314 O'Malley (Galway) Honoria and Edmund O'Malley held the townlands of Boliska Eighter and Oughter in the parish of Killa...
315 Kenny (Freagh Castle) According to the Cecil S. Kenny material in the National Library of Ireland, Matthias Kenny of Freag...
315 Kilkelly (Drimcong) Originally large landowners in the Kinvarra area of south county Galway, the Kilkelly estates had be...
337 Revington Thomas Revington is recorded as the owner of over 700 acres in county Galway in the 1870s as well as...
318 Roe The Roes owned an estate in the parish of Templetogher, barony of Ballymoe, county Galway from at le...
306. Mahon (Castlegar) The Mahons were settled at Castlegar from the early 18th century. In 1711 the Earl of Clanricarde l...
306. Daly (Dalysgrove) The Dalys of Dalysgrove, parish of Ahascragh, barony of Killian, county Galway, settled in east Galw...
306 Wade (Aughrim) The Wade family held lands at Carrowmore, barony of Kilconnell during the late 18th and 19th centuri...
307. Johnston (Ahascragh) Sir Henry Grattan Bellew records the Johnston family as originally Scottish weavers. O'Gorman states...
307. Trench (Clonfert) John E. Trench was a significant landowner in the parish of Ballymacward, barony of Kilconnell and t...
307 (Lisbeg, reps. John Pollok). Pollok (Lismany) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Allan Pollok was the owner of considerable property in various p...
307. Comyn (Kilconnell) Burke's ''Landed Gentry of Ireland'' states that Andrew Comyn of Ryefield, county Roscommon, married...
292 (Ballymacarbry), 308 (Greenhills & Woodlawn), 319 (Drumharsna) Trench (Woodlawn) The Trench family at Woodlawn were one of a number of Trench families who came to prominence in coun...
308 (Eastwell), 315 (Rocklands) Ussher [Usher] (Eastwell) This family share a common ancestry with the other Ussher families in Ireland. At the end of the 17t...
308. Donnellan/Donelan An estate of over 3,000 acres in the baronies of Clonmacnowen and Kilconnell, county Galway, was gra...
308. Coolohan/Colohan Martin Coolohan was leasing a property at Ballyeighter, barony of Clonmacnowen from the Clonbrock es...
309. Seton William R. Seton held a demesne of 140 acres and a house valued at £65 in the townland of Kilnaborri...
309. Callanan (Co Galway) The Callanans are recorded as residing at Skecoor from at least the early 19th century. Matilda Call...
309 (Ballymore & Somerset) Seymour (Galway) The Seymour family first settled in east Galway in the late 17th century. The families at Ballymore...
309 (Belview/Lissareaghan) Lawrence (Lawrencetown) The Lawrence family are first recorded in east Galway in the late 16th century. A John Lawrence marr...
309 (Lismanny), 334 (Lissanacody, Ballynamuddagh, Budellagh) Pollok (Lismany) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Allan Pollok was the owner of considerable property in various p...
309 Longworth John Longworth was the owner of property in the parish of Aughrim at the time of Griffith's Valuatio...
313. Lambert (Castle Ellen) The Lambert family came originally from Yorkshire but were settled in county Galway since the reign...
313. Holmes (Rockwood) In 1853 John Galway Holmes bought 271 acres of Carraghy, parish of Annaghdown, barony of Clare, coun...
313 Blake (Ardfry) By patent dated 24 Feb 1681 the Blakes were granted almost 12,000 acres in counties Galway and Mayo,...
314. Redington (Kilcornan) The Redington family estate was centred on their house at Kilcornan. This had previously been a Burk...
319. Gough The Goughs were a Wiltshire family members of whom settled in the south of Ireland in the 1620s. Sir...
319 (Cregaclare) Bingham (Newbrook) This estate was founded by John Bingham of Foxford, county Mayo, younger brother of Sir Henry Bingha...
319 & 324. Persse (Roxborough & Moyode) The Persse family first received grants of land in counties Galway and Roscommon in the 1670s. Some...
319. Lattey A document in a Galway solicitors' collection records Arthur Pittar Lattey and Robert John Lattey, b...
319. Galbraith The Galbraith family acquired lands in east Galway which had previously belonged to the O'Fahys, fol...
319 de Basterot Fahey states that Frances, daughter of James French of Duras/Doorus, married a French gentleman, Bar...
319, 321 & 325. Shawe-Taylor Walter Taylor was granted almost a thousand acres in the barony of Kiltartan, county Galway in Febru...
319. Lynch/Wilson Lynch (Renmore & Duras) A Galway family who prospered in the 18th century as merchants and bankers. Patrick M. Lynch is rec...
320 (Ballyturin), 329 (Castlekelly) Bagot (Bagotstown, Ballyturin & Aghrane/Castlekelly) This family were first established at Bagotstown, county Limerick in the 13th century. They later he...
320. Lynch (Lavally) This branch of the Lynchs were able to trace their ancestors back to at least the 14th century in th...
321 Gregory The Coole estate was purchased by Robert Gregory from the Martyns of Tullira in 1768 on his return f...
321. Nolan (Ardrahan) The OS Name Books record John Nolan, of Prospect, Gort, as a proprietor in the parish of Ardrahan i...
321. Daly (Castledaly) This branch of the Dalys were descended from the Dalys of Killimer and also Dalysgrove, near Ahascra...
321. Brady/Brady-Murray James Brady-Murray is recorded as holding about 300 acres of untenanted demesne land together with a...
321 Martyn (Tulira) In 1824 Edward Martyn is listed as a resident proprietor in county Galway. John Martyn was the owner...
322. Lewis (Galway) An Aylward property from the 17th century, which passed by a marriage in 1824 to a branch of the Lew...
322. Burke (Ballybroder) In the 1870s Hyacinth Burke of Ballybroder was the owner of over 350 acres in county Galway. In 1906...
323. Martin (Ballynakill) Andrew Martin was leasing property at Eagle Hill, parish of Ballynakill, barony of Leitrim, at the t...
324. McCoy In 1906 John McCoy was the owner of over 100 acres of untenanted land at Castleturvin.
324 (Rockfield), 336 (Pallas) 337 (Spring Garden). Nugent (Pallas) In 1677 Thomas Nugent was granted an estate of 3,250 acres in the baronies of Leitrim and Longford,...
324. O'Hara (Raheen) It was to the Raheen area that some of the Kilkelly family moved when they were deprived of lands a...
324. Maxwell (St. Cleran's) Mrs. Anne Maxwell (nee Burke), whose address is given as St. Cleran's, Craughwell, is recorded as th...
325 Galway Thomas W. Galway held two townlands, previously part of Edmond Taaffe's estate, in the parish of Ann...
336 (Portumna) Burke (Clanricarde) The Clanricarde estate was one of the largest in county Galway. Lord Clanrickard, a minor, is liste...
325. Burke (Ballydugan) Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland indicates that Michael Burke of Ballintober, county Roscommon purch...
325. Smyth (Masonbrook) The Smyths acquired property in and around the Loughrea area in the early 19th century. In 1828 they...
325 O'Farrell/Farrell (Dalystown Demesne) In the 1830s Dalystown House is described as the home of Dr. O'Ferrall. At the time of Griffith's Va...
326. Burke (Marble Hill) The Burke family of Marble Hill were among the most influential families in county Galway in the 19t...
326. Haig In the 1870s James Haig of London is recorded as the owner of over 800 acres in county Galway. The r...
322 (Danesfort), 326. Dolphin At the time of Griffith's Valuation Oliver Dolphin held land in the parish of Killoscobe, barony of...
326. Hall (Knockbrack) The Halls were an English family who settled in the north of Ireland at Narrow Water, county Down, i...
325 (Kylebrack), 327 (Clonbrock & Clooncannon Kelly) Dillon (Clonbrock) The Dillons were a Norman family who initially received grants of land in Westmeath and who later ac...
334 Mathews At the time of Griffith's Valuation, Edward Mathews was in possession of an estate at Derryvunlam, p...
335. Hearn/Hearn Kirkaldy Thomas Edward Hearn of Hearnsbrook is recorded as a resident proprietor in 1824. At the time of Grif...
335. Hunter & McKay In 1906 James A. Hunter and H.E. McKay were the owners of over 500 acres of untenanted land in the K...
321 (Gloves) & 335 (Healthlawn) Monahan/Monaghan The Monahan family were occupying Heathlawn house in the mid-19th century. In 1906 James H. Monahan...
327 Fallon (Runnamoat) [In 1677 Edmund Fallon of Mote, county Roscommon was granted a small acreage in the barony of Tiaqui...
335. McDermott (Ramore/Rathmore) James Anthony McDermott of Ramore married Mary Agnes Blake of Cregg Castle in the early 19th century...
218 (Ballykeel), 335. Forster (Blake Forster) The Forster family were of English origin who first acquired property in Galway in the 1640s. The pr...
335. O'Kelly (Gortray/Fairfield) Ambrose O'Kelly was the one of the principal lessors in the parish of Kilmalinoge, barony of Longfor...
335. Kelly (Tiranascragh) At the time of Griffith's Valuation, Patrick Kelly was occupying a property at Gortadullisk, parish...
335. Howard In 1906 James Howard owned over 200 acres of untenanted land and the mansion at Moorfield, Kilquain....
346. Corscadden Robert Corscadden is recorded as holding over 800 acres in county Leitrim in 1878. In 1906 Thomas Co...
347. Adamson (Glenfarne) William Lawrence Adamson was born in Dublin in 1829. He was a solicitor and very successful busines...
348. Whyte (Newtown Manor) Colonel John James Whyte is recorded as the owner of over 9000 acres in county Leitrim in the 1880s....
349. O'Brien (Carrigallen) Acheson O'Brien of Drumsilla was High Sheriff of Leitrim in 1810. In 1852 and 1853 over 2000 acres...
344. O'Beirne (Drumsna) The O'Beirne estate was centred on Drumsna where they had a house at Jamestown. McParlan includes Mr...
344. Birchall The Birchall (sometimes spelt Burchall) estate held lands in the parish of Kiltoghert, county Leitri...
344. Rowley (Co Leitrim) The Rowley family inherited the Campbell estate at Mountcampbell through the marriage, in 1766, of C...
344. Peyton (Driney) This estate, amounting to 1210 acres was the property of Rev. Walter Peyton, incumbrant of Billas, V...
332 Sadleir (Galway) Reverend Ralph Sadleir, rector of Castleknock, county Dublin, is recorded as the owner of over 900 a...
312 Allies In the 1870s Cyril Allies bought the Inishbofin estate of Henry William Wilberforce in the barony of...
313 Woodcock and Stanford In the 1850s Mary Woodcock and George Stamfort/Stanford/Stainforth(?) held an estate comprised of fi...
313, 379 & 387 Russell (Slane) Thomas Russell, of Slane or Nobber, county Meath, is recorded as owning almost 700 acres in county G...
315 Sweeney In February 1890 Bernard and Walter Sweeney were advertising for sale a fee simple estate of 1,690 a...
315 Keaveny In the 1879s Malachi Keaveny owned 724 acres in county Galway. His address was Stonepark, Glenamadd...
316 Cullen (Kilkerrin) The 'Parke' Cullens were another branch of the Cullen family of Manor Hamilton, county Leitrim. The...
332 Booth (Ebor Hall) At the time of Griffith's Valuation William Booth held 3 townlands in the parish of Cong and a townl...
373 (Monksland) Sproule In the mid 19th century the Sproule estate was in the parish of Rahara, barony of Athlone, county Ro...
373 Kelly (Johnstown) James Kelly was a civil engineer, who worked on the construction of the Ganges Canal in India. In 1...
374 Smyth (New Park) In 1808 Ralph Smyth of Barbaville, Collinstown, county Westmeath, married Eliza daughter and heiress...
374 (Galeybeg) Bond (Carrownure) The Bonds were descended from a Presbyterian minister who settled in county Longford in the mid 18th...
374 Pim (Co Roscommon) In the 1850s Thomas Pim junior held land in the parishes of Cam and Kiltoom, barony of Athlone, coun...
374 Naghten (Thomastown) The Naghtens or O'Naghtens were one of the old Gaelic families who managed to retain some of their f...
383 (Rocksavage) Longfield At the time of Griffith's Valuation William Longfield's estate was in the parishes of Athleague and...
384 (Castlestrange - Mulry) Mitchell (Castle Strange) Cornet Thomas Mitchell from Scotland settled at Castlestrange, county Roscommon in the mid 17th cent...
385 (Correal) Magan The Magans were settled in counties Westmeath and Offaly in the 18th century. Benny Lane writes that...
385 (Mount Talbot) Talbot (Mount Talbot) The Talbots were descended from a younger son of the Talbots of Malahide in the 16th century. They w...
385 (Mote Demesne) Crofton (Mote Park) The senior branch of the Crofton family settled at Ballymurray, county Roscommon in the 16th century...
385 (Donamon) Caulfeild (Dunamon) The Dunamon estate was held under a lease for 500 years from John King, Lord Kingston to Thomas Caul...
384 Chichester Charles Raleigh Chichester, a grandson of Charles Chichester of Calverleigh Court, county Devon and...
380 (Dundermot) O'Conor (Dundermot) A branch of the O'Conor Don family who resided at Dundermot for 2 generations in the 19th century. I...
384 Mapother A Dorset family, established in county Roscommon since Elizabethan times, who intermarried with the...
384-385 Ferrall (Co Roscommon) In the early 19th century John Farrell or Ferrall acquired large tracts of land mainly in county Ros...
385 Neilan In the 1870s John Neilan of Stonepark, Roscommon owned 643 acres in county Roscommon. Over 500 acre...
378 (Rockville) Lloyd (Rockville) Rockville, originally a Blackburn property, came into the possession of the Lloyd family following t...
378 (Cloonavery) King (Drumsna) The King family descend from the Reverend Edward King, Bishop of Elphin (1611-1639) who was granted...
384 (Ballagh) O'Conor (Ballagh) According to "Our Correspondent" writing in the ''Tuam Herald'' of 1 Dec 1928, Ballagh was the prope...
386 Browne (Mount Browne) George Browne held 3 townlands in the parish of Kiltrustan, barony and county of Roscommon at the ti...
350 (Mough) Lawder/Lauder The Lawders were a Scottish family who came to Ireland in the late 16th century marrying into landed...
386 (Cloonyquin) French (Cloonyquin) ''Burke's Irish Family Records'' states that Arthur French of Tyrone bought Cloonyquin from the Righ...
386 Hague/Heague At the time of Griffith's Valuation John Heague held the townland of Cloonahee, parish of Clooncraff...
387 Morton At the time of Griffith's Valuation John Morton held land in the parish of Kilglass, barony of Balli...
387 Drought In the mid 19th century Captain George Warburton Drought owned a small estate centred on the house C...
387 (Strokestown) Mahon/Pakenham-Mahon In February 1666 Captain Nicholas Mahon was granted over 2,700 acres in the barony of Roscommon and...
384 Mulry At the beginning of the 20th century Thomas Mulry held an estate at Castlestrange, county Roscommon....
378, 380, 382 & 383 Worthington Raymond P. Worthington of Fleet Street, Dublin and 5 Rostrevor Terrace, Rathgar, Dublin, owned over...
373 Connaghton In the 1870s James Connaghten of Lecarrow owned 527 acres in county Roscommon. In 1906 Bernard Conn...
159, 373 Biron/Byron At the time of Griffith's Valuation James Byron held an estate in the parish of Cam, barony of Athlo...
374 Law Union & Crown Insurance Company In 1906 the Law Union and Crown Insurance Company held untenanted land at Rinnagan in the parish of...
374 Ward In 1906 John Ward owned 86 acres of untenanted land at Cloonbigny, parish of Taghmaconnell, barony o...
377 Bowen (Mantua) Edward Ferguson Bowen of Burt House, county Donegal, son of John Gordon Bowen and his wife Emily Har...
383 Cleaver At the time of Griffith's Valuation the Reverend William Cleaver, son of Archbishop Euseby Cleaver o...
385 Irwin (Beechwood) Christopher Irwin of Newtown and Leabeg, barony of Ballymoe, county Roscommon was a younger brother...
384-385 Fawcett (Co Roscommon) John Fawcett/Faucett held almost 1,000 acres in the parish of Kilmeane, barony of Athlone and 188 ac...
351 (Lough Rynn) Clements The Clements family in Ireland were descended from Daniel Clements, a Cromwellian officer, originall...
343 Godley The Godley family held lands in the barony of Carrigallen, centred around the house at Killygar, som...
343. Gore (Woodford) In 1703 William Gore of Woodford bought part of the estate of Charles O'Connor, attainted, in the ba...
343. Johnston (Friarstown) The Friarstown estate was held on lease by the Johnston family from the Earl of Milltown though Fria...
344. Peyton (Castlecarra) In the 1870s Castlecarra was the home of William Peyton who owned almost 4000 acres in county Leitr...
345. Keon McParlan records that a member of the Keon family, a minor, was a non-resident proprietor in Leitri...
345. Johnston (Kinlough) The Johnston family from Fermanagh purhased this land in Leitrim in the early 18th century. In 1802...
345. Massy The Massy family are descended from a Cromwellian soldier Captain Hugh Massy who was granted 3,055 a...
346. Tynte In 1667 Henry Tynte was granted lands in counties Limerick and Cork. The Tynte family's estate was...
349. White (Cloone Grange) Samuel White, son of Luke White of Luttrelstown, county Dublin, was MP for Leitrim and resided at Ki...
350 (Derrycarne), 393 (Willowbrook) & 396 (Carns [Ivy Lodge]) Ormsby Gore LordHarlech's estate held land in the baronies of Leyny, Tireragh and Tirerrill in county Sligo as w...
389. Ffolliott The ffolliott family held lands in the parish of Aghanagh since the early 18th century. At the time...
389 Gethin Under the Restoration settlement Richard Gethin, created a baronet in 1665, was granted a large esta...
390 (Tiernan) Jones (Knockaculleen) Elizabeth Jones was one of the principal lessors in the parish of Kilmacshalgan at the time of Griff...
374 Greene (Galeybeg) The Greene family, who originally farmed near Moate, county Westmeath, acquired land in the parish o...
386 (Toberpatrick) Lawder (Tully) Bryan Lawder, a farmer, was resident at Tully, parish of Elphin in 1749. The Lawder pedigree shows t...
397. Powell McTernan notes that the Powells settled in the barony of Leyny as grantees under the Cromwellian set...
396. Dodwell The Dodwell family were present in Sligo since the 17th century. . In 1800 Frances Dodwell of Carro...
396. Perdue The Perdues were agents to the estate of Lord Harlech in the parish of Kilmacteige, barony of Leyny....
395. McTernan The McTernans acquired the property at Heapstown, Kilmacallan parish, in the mid-nineteenth century....
394. Duke The Duke family were granted lands in Sligo in the mid 17th century through the patronage of Richard...
394. Middleton (Sligo) In the 1870s William Middleton, of Wine Street, Sligo, owned over 1600 acres in the county. In 1906...
389. Flanagan/Woulfe Flanagan At the time of Griffith's Valuation the Flanagan family held lands in the parish of Killaraght, baro...
392. Campbell (Sligo) Harper Campbell developed extensive business interests in Sligo in the 19th century. The family resi...
394. Lyons (Sligo) The representatives of Henry Lyons, a Sligo merchant, were the owners of over 1400 acres in county S...
389. Keogh (Tirerrill) At the time of the first Ordnance Survey in the 1830s John Keogh of Dublin was the proprietor of a n...
389. Hewitson [Hewetson] & Eden Amelia Sarah Hewitson or Hewetson, with an address at Merton, Enniscorthy, county Wexford, owned ove...
373-374 Levinge In the 1870s Marcus Anthony Levinge of Carnagh, Kiltoom, Athlone, county Roscommon and Enniscoffey H...
375 Hynes (Woodmount) In the 1870s John Hynes and William J. Hynes both of Ballinasloe owned over 4,000 acres in county Ro...
374 Crown Life Insurance Company The Crown Life Insurance Company of 46 and 47 Dame St, Dublin, owned 769 acres in county Roscommon i...
383 (Kiltullagh, Co Roscommon) Leonard John Leonard of the Waterford family of that name, was granted over 600 acres in the barony of Kilco...
392. McLoghry Henry McLoghry was occupying Bunnyconnellan Cottage at the time of Griffith's Valuation. He held t...
373 Johnson (Ballymoe) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Sir William 'Johnston' , Member of Parliament for Belfast in 184...
374 Dignan/Duignan The Duignans were resident at Lisbride and held land at Rathbrenan in the parish of Roscommon, baron...
379 Cassidy One source records Matthew Cassidy as owning 881 acres in county Roscommon in the latter part of the...
388 Toler (Bloomfield) In the mid 19th century the Reverend Peter Toler held lands in the parishes of Kilcooley and Killuki...
386 Cox At the time of Griffith's Valuation Thomas Cox held land in the parish of Kilglass, barony of Ballin...
385 McDonnell (Dunmore) Martin McDonnell was a merchant from Roscommon who prospered significantly in the mid 19th century....
384 Sandys Edwyn Sandys Reynolds, a Protestant gentleman, resided at "Darham" in 1749. Robert Sandes was livin...
374-375 Mather Daniel Mather was one of the principal lessors of property in the parish of Moore, barony of Moycar...
374 O'Rorke (Clonbern & Bermingham) The Clonbern estate in the barony of Ballymoe, county Galway, was bought from the family of Archbish...
373 (Garrynagawna) Greene (Co Galway) The Right Honourable Richard Wilson Greene became Attorney General for Ireland in 1846. At the time...
149. Browne (Neale) A family established at The Neale, county Mayo, from the 16th century which they were regranted alon...
328 Bodkin (Carrowbeg & Thomastown) This branch of the Bodkin family owned an estate of 2,900 acres granted to them by patent dated 29 M...
313 [Pratt] Ryan (Cottage) Catherine Ryan leased a small estate of about 180 acres from the Athy estate at Cottage, barony of D...
315 Butler (Doon & Thornpark) The Butlers of Doonemulvihill, county Clare and Thornpark, county Galway are descended from James Bu...
319 Burke (Kiltartan) John Burke, of Normangrove, near Kinvara, is recorded as offering lands for lease in that area in t...
320. Blake (Cloghballymore) Cloghballymore was originally a Kilkelly property but it was granted to the Ffrenchs in the later 17...
321. Kelly (Athenry) The Ordnance Survey Field Name Books record Mr. Evans as the proprietor of the townland of Farranabl...
322 Egan (Duniry) In the 1870s Patrick Egan of Limehill owned 366 acres in county Galway.At the time of Griffith's Va...
325. Daly (Hollyhill) The estate at Hollyhill was in the possession of Arthur Daly in 1855. In 1814 Hollyhill was the resi...
326. Daly (Raford) The Daly family of Raford were descended from the Dalys of Carnakelly. The Raford estate was bought...
326. Burke (Moyglass) Under the Acts of Settlement John Burke was granted over 300 acres around Moyglass, barony of Leitri...
327. Smyth (Portlick Castle) From the early 18th century the Smyths of Portlick Castle, near Athlone, county Westmeath, owned a s...
334. Cowan Joseph H. Cowan was in possession of an estate in the baronies of Leitrim and Longford, county Gal...
337. Lynch (Duniry) The estate at Springvale was occupied by Francis Lynch at the time of Griffith's Valuation. In the 1...
224. Seward (Cos Galway & Cork) "The General Armory" records the granting of arms to Henry Osburne Seward of Lee Cottage and Douglas...
224. Sampson (Williamstadt) In the 1870s Francis Sampson, MD, was the owner of over 1400 acres in county Galway and over 400 ac...
224. Reade/Read The Reades were originally a Westmeath family who married into the Featherstonehaugh family. John Ce...
224. Hibbert The Reade estate at Woodpark, parish of Inishcaltra, passed to the Hibbert family through the marria...
224. Wakely James Wakely was the owner of over 1900 acres of untenanted land at Mountshannon, barony of Leitrim,...
250 O'Connell The O’Connells are an ancient Gaelic family, whom Burke claims had their origins in county Clare, be...
250 Blennerhassett (Killorglin) This branch of the Blennerhassett family acquired lands around Killorglin which had formerly been pa...
250 Winn The Winns were originally a Yorkshire family. Their main seat was at Nostell Priory, near Wakefield....
251 (Lateeve) Butler (Waterville) The Waterville branch of the Butler family descended from Whitwell Butler who married into the Yield...
251 Sugrue Charles Sugure was one of the principal lessors in the parish of Prior, barony of Iveragh, at the ti...
251 Fitzgerald (Knight of Kerry) According to the late Desmond Fitzgerald, last Knight of Glin, county Limerick, three of the cadet b...
252 (Burnham, Farrandalogue, Kilmurry, Caheratrant) de Moleyns (Lord Ventry) Smith indicates that Frederick Mullins was granted lands in Dingle, which he named Burnham after the...
252 (Lough House) Irish Church Mission [Dingle] The Irish Church Mission Society established a centre on the Dingle peninsula.
252 (Derreen) Petty-Fitzmaurice (Marquess of Lansdowne) This estate owes its origins to Sir William Petty, renowned cartographer, mathematician and scientis...
253 (Gortalinny North) Mayberry/Maybury Historians of the Mayberry family believe their ancestor was recruited by Sir William Petty or his a...
253 (Dromore), 254 (Cloonluminy & Gearha) Mahony (Dunkerron South) This branch of the ancient Gaelic family of O'Mahony is descended from the county Cork family of Kin...
253 (Sillahertane), 290 (Kilshane & Springhouse) Lowe (Kilshane) In 1783 Simon Lowe of Cork and Galbally, county Limerick, married as his second wife, Elizabeth, dau...
254 (Ardtully) Orpen (Glanarought) Burke describes the Orpen family as claiming great antiquity. They settled in Ireland after the Crom...
254 (Dunkerron & Reen) Colomb/Columb In 1819 General George Colomb married Mary daughter of Sir Abraham Bradley King baronet. Their four...
254 (Derryquin & Drimnamore) Warden Col. Charles W. Warden owned c.1000 acres in the Sneem area of county Kerry in 1906.
254 (Rossdohan), 275 (Tooreenbrien Upper) Heard (Cos Cork, Tipperary & Kerry) The Heards were a long established county Cork family stated to have arrived with Sir Walter Raleigh...
255 (Faha East), 257 (Rockfield) Bernard/Morrogh-Bernard According to Burke, Edward Murrough married Martha Bernard of the county Kerry family and their son...
255 (Cullenagh Upper) Mahony (Dunkerron North) The Mahonys were originally a Gaelic Irish family, various branches of which held lands in Cork, Ker...
255 (Headfort) McCarthy (Headfort) In the 1830s the Ordnance Survey Name Books mention Denis McCarty as the proprietor of townlands in...
255 (Whitefield) McGillycuddy The McGillycuddy of the Reeks is an ancient title from the Gaelic tradition, believed to be descende...
255 (Cleeny), 256 (Lackabane, Deerpark, Ross Island), 257 (Glena) Browne (Kenmare) Smith states that Sir Valentine Browne was granted over 6000 acres in county Kerry after the Desmond...
256 Meredith (Dysert) Richard Meredith was one of the principal lessors in the parishes of Castleisland and Killeentierna,...
256 Godfrey (Kilcolman) According to Smith, the first Godfrey to settle in Kerry was John, who was granted an estate under...
256 (Muckross Hotel), 257 (Muckross House, Torc, Tomies) Guinness The Guinness family purchased large portions of the Herbert estate at Muckross and surroounding area...
257 (Ballyhorgan), 259 (Mountcoal) Gentleman Goodman Gentleman, of Ballyhorgan, Listowel, was the owner of over 700 acres in county Kerry in the...
258 Gun/Gunn The Gun (sometimes spelt Gunn) family were descended from Reverend William Gun, of Limerick, but wer...
258 (Ennismore) Hare (Listowel) The Hare family had come to Ireland after the Cromwellian settlement and acquired property initiall...
258 Stoughton/Staughton (Kerry) Thomas Stoughton was one of the principal lessors in the parishes of Caher and Dromod, barony of Ive...
259 (Dromin House) Raymond Smith indicates that Anthony Raymond was granted estates in Kerry under the Act of Settlement in 166...
259 Browne (Clanmaurice & Iraghticonnor) The estate of John Beale Browne of Crotta, barony of Clanmaurice, amounted to over 2000 acres in cou...
259 (Tarbert) Leslie (Tarbert) The Leslies, descended from the Scottish clan, held lands in North Kerry since the seventeenth centu...
259 (Tieraclea & Shanaway East) Collis The Collis family seem to have become established in county Kerry after the Cromwellian settlement a...
259 (Glansillagh) Sandes (Iraghticonnor) Smith indicates that Lancelot Sandes was granted an estate in Kerry in 1667 under the Acts of Settle...
259 (Ardfert), 260 (Sackville and Skilleragh) Crosbie/Talbot-Crosbie (Ardfert) Reverend John Crosbie, bishop of Ardfert in the early 1600s, was the common ancestor of the Crosbies...
260 (Maghlass) Roche (Castleisland) In 1864, the rental of lands at Ballymacadam, barony of Trughanacmy, owned by John Roche, an insolv...
260 (Ballyheige) Crosbie (Ballyheige) Reverend John Crosbie, bishop of Ardfert in the early 1600s, was the common ancestor of the Crosbies...
260 (Fenit), 261 (Kilduff) Hurley/Hurly Burke indicates that the Hurleys originated in county Limerick but acquired land and influence in Ke...
260 (Ballyseedy) Blennerhassett (Ballyseedy & Beaufort) Smith states that the Blennerhassett family were originally from Cumbria, in the north of England. T...
260 (Curraghleha), 261 (Ballygarret) Chute It appears that this family owes its origins in county Kerry to George Chute, a soldier in the Engli...
260 (Kilmaniheen) Sandes/Collis-Sandes Maurice Sandes was one of the principal lessors in the parishes of Brosna, Ratass and Tralee, barony...
260 (Knockawinna) Deane (Cork) James Deane of Cork owned 1750 acres in county Kerry and 2700 acres in county Cork in the 1870s. Ale...
261 (Tooreenascarty) Drummond In the 1870s Robert Drummond’s estate in Kerry amounted to more than 29,000 acres. The Drummond esta...
261 (Magh West) Hussey (Corkaguiny) Members of the Hussey family held property in several parishes in the parish of Corkaguiny at the ti...
214 Martyn (Gregans Castle) Weir gives a detailed history of this county Clare family. Gregans Castle was originally an O’Loghl...
215 Wilson (Roxton) In the 1870s James Darling Wilson of Roxton, Corrofin, county Clare, owned 1,184 acres in the county...
215 (Cragmoher) Studdert (Clonderalaw) Five generations of Studderts lived at Clonderalaw, parish of Kilmurry, barony of Clonderalaw, count...
215 Burton (Clifden & Mungret) In 1780 Edward William Burton of Clifden was High Sheriff of county Clare and William Burton of Clif...
215, 223 Patterson The Pattersons were established in Ennis, county Clare, by the late 18th century. Marcus Patterson...
215 (Dromore), 216 (Cahircalla More) & 221 (Quilty East) Crowe (Dromore) The Crowe family were living at Nutfield, near Ennis, county Clare in the 1780s. Burke records that...
215 (Portlecka - Kelly) O'Loghlen The Burren area in county Clare was the territory of the O’Loghlens until its confiscation in the mi...
216 Stacpoole (Eden Vale) The Stacpooles were a county Limerick Catholic family. Clement Stacpoole was transplanted to county...
216 (New Hall), 221 (Lisheencrony) Armstrong/Armstrong MacDonnell (Newhall) The Armstrongs of Mount Heaton share a common ancestry with the Armstrongs of Moyaliff, county Tippe...
216 Butler (Ballyline/Millbrook) This family is a branch of the Butlers, Lords Dunboyne, descended from Sir Theobald Butler, a lawyer...
216 (Firgrove), 223 (Ballintlea) & 265 (Rockstown & Friarstown) Kelly/Roche Kelly Descended from an O’Kelly of county Kilkenny, the Kelly family were established in county Limerick b...
216 Keane (Beech Park) The Keanes were established in county Clare from at least the mid 17th century and were residing at...
217 (Ballygireen, Dromoland & Ballyallia) O'Brien (Dromoland) The introduction to the Inchiquin Papers in the National Library of Ireland records that, in about 1...
218 Vandeleur (Rathlaheen) The Vandeleurs’ Rathlahine estate was in the parishes of Feenagh and Tomfinlough, barony of Bunratty...
218 (Freaghcastle) Wyndham The Wyndham/Leconfield Irish estate, derived from the O’Briens, Earls of Thomond, was the largest es...
218 (Ballynalacken) O'Brien (Ballynalackan) Terence O'Brien was established at Elm Vale, south east of Kilfenora, county Clare, from at least th...
217 (Bushypark), 218 (Castlequarter), 219 (Doolin) Macnamara (Doolin) This branch of the Macnamara family was established in the barony of Burren, north county Clare, at...
218 (Ballynoe) Tottenham The Tottenham family's main properties were based in Leinster, especially in the counties of Wicklow...
218 (Moymore) Kenny/Stacpoole Kenny Cecil Stacpoole Kenny records the history of the Kenny family and of some other related county Clare...
219 (Breaffy South & Leagard South) Morony (Milltown Malbay) The Moronys of Miltown Malbay, barony of Ibrickan, county Clare, share a common ancestry with the Mo...
219 (Carrowgar) Fitzgerald (Carrigoran) A branch of the Geraldines of Pallas, county Limerick, was established at Carrigoran, parish of Kiln...
219 (Cornfield & Fortfergus) Ball (Fort Fergus) William Hawkins Ball was the eldest son of Benjamin Ball of Dublin and his wife Elizabeth, daughter...
219 (Ballyleaan) O'Connell (Barryscourt) Morgan John O’Connell was a son of John O’Connell of Grenagh, county Kerry, and his wife Elizabeth C...
220 (Cahercon) Vandeleur (Kilrush) The Vandeleur family are descended from Maxmilian Van Der Leur, a Dutch merchant, who had settled in...
220 (Cragbrien) Stacpoole (Cragbrien) The Reverend William Stacpoole of Cragbrien, parish of Clondagad, barony of Islands, county Clare, w...
220 (Kilballyowen) Westby Nicholas Westby of Ennis, county Clare, Collector of Customs, was one member of a syndicate of three...
221 (Poulnadarrel) Reeves (Besborough) A family originally from Sussex who settled in Ireland in the mid 17th century. Their connection wi...
221 (Kilmore) Hickman (Kilmore) By his second marriage Gregory Hickman, merchant of Hamburgh, had three sons. The eldest, Walter, fo...
221 Borough The townland of Querrin, parish and barony of Moyarta, county Clare, was granted to Anthony Hickman...
221 Burton (Buncraggy & Carrigaholt) Samuel Burton of Buncraggy, county Clare, married Margaret Harris and died in 1712. From their elde...
222 McAdam The McAdams were a Scottish family. Philip McAdam bought the Blackwater estate in the parish of St P...
222 Maunsell (Oakly Park & Blackwater) This was a junior branch of the Maunsell family of Ballywilliam, county Limerick. Their main reside...
222 Butler (Castlecrine) The Butlers of Castlecrine, parish of Kilfinaghta, barony of Bunratty Lower, county Clare, descend f...
222 (Pordrine & Cratloe) O'Brien/Stafford O'Brien In 1699 Henry O'Brien, second son of sir Donough O'Brien of Dromoland Castle, county Clare, married...
222 Brown (Clonboy) A family who settled at Clonboy, O'Briensbridge, county Clare in the early 18th century. They marri...
223 (Hurdleston) Bentley (Hurdleston) The ancestors of the Bentleys received land in county Clare under the Cromwellian settlement of the...
223 (Doonass) Massy (Doonass) The Reverend Charles Massy, Dean of Limerick, was a younger brother of Hugh, Baron Massy. He marrie...
224 (Coolreagh) O'Callaghan/O'Callaghan Westropp (Kilgory & Maryfort) The county Cork estates of the O'Callaghans were confiscated in the mid 17th century and the family...
223 Hall (Limerick) Ambrose Hall was Mayor of Limerick in 1875. His estate in Limerick city at Ballinacurra Bowman and...
224 Lefroy (Killaloe) This was a junior branch of the Lefroy family of Carrig-glass, county Longford. They were descended...
224 (Raheen) Moreland (Raheen) In 1836 Thomas Brown Brady mortgaged Raheen and in 1852 was forced to sell the estate because of his...
225 (Ballynahinch & Clogher) Gore (Derrymore) A branch of the Gore family of Clonroad, Ennis, county Clare and later of Tyredagh Castle, Joseph Go...
225 (Clooney - Joseph Hall) Bindon The Bindon family were located in the counties of Clare and Limerick from the late 17th century. Dav...
225 (Corbally) Mahon (Corbally) The estate of the Mahons of Corbally was mainly in the parish of Clooney, barony of Bunratty Upper,...
225 (Craggaunowen - Considine) Caswell The Caswell family were farmers and millers in the Blackwater locality, parish of St Patricks, count...
225 (Callaun) Studdert (Bunratty) The Reverend George Studdert, rector of Kilpeacon and Rathkeale, county Limerick, was the son of Geo...
225 (Dangan) Creagh (Dangan) This family descend from Pierse Creagh who was Mayor of Limerick in 1651 and died at Dangan, parish...
225 (Kilkishen) Studdert (Kilkishen) The Studdert families of Kilkishen and Bunratty, county Clare, are descended from the Reverend Georg...
225 Molony (Cragg) The Molonys of Cragg, parish of Tulla, county Clare, share a common ancestry with the Molonys of nea...
225 (Kiltanon) Molony (Kiltanon) This family were established in county Clare from the early 17th century and the Kiltanon branch are...
226 (Newgrove) Brady/Brady Browne The Brady family in county Clare were descended from Hugh Brady, post-Reformation bishop of Meath. L...
226 (Knopoge) Butler (Knappogue) The Lords Dunboyne of the 19th century were descended from James Butler of Cragnagowra, county Clare...
226 (Quinville North) Ievers (Mountievers) The first member of this family to settle in county Clare in the 1640s was Henry Ievers. He was a c...
226 (Fortane Beg) O'Callaghan/O'Callaghan Westropp (Kilgory & Maryfort) The county Cork estates of the O'Callaghans were confiscated in the mid 17th century and the family...
218 Shannon (Ennistymon) In the 1870s James Shannon, a solicitor, of Rivoli, Ennistymon, county Clare and of Dublin, owned 87...
223 (Ardataggle) Fitzgerald/Foster Vesey Fitzgerald (Moyriesk) This family of Fitzgeralds was originally Fitzgerald Fitzgibbon but the surname Fitzgibbon was dropp...
264 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...
215 Russell (Inchiquin) In the 1870s Walter Russell of 2 Drummond Place, Stirling, Scotland, owned 1,847 acres of land in co...
223-224 Sampson (Scarriff & Belmont) At the time of Griffith's Valuation John Sampson held six townlands in the parish of Moynoe, barony...
214 O'Gorman (Ennis) Timothy O'Gorman of Ennis, county Clare, owned 719 acres in the county in the 1870s. In 1906 Timoth...
216 Moran (Willbrook) Austin Moran held almost 300 acres in the parishes of Killinaboy and Rath, barony of Inchiquin, coun...
218 Reilly (Ennistymon) In the 1870s Henry P. Reilly of Ennistymon, county Clare is recorded as the owner of 695 acres in th...
222 Shine (Ballymacreese) In the 1870s Jeremiah Shine of Ballymacreese, county Limerick, owned 699 acres in county Clare and 7...
223 & 225 Phelps Thomas Phelps, a Cromwellian soldier from Gloucestershire, was granted lands in counties Tipperary,...
224 Pocklington At the time of Griffith's Valuation Major E. H. Pocklingon held an estate in the parishes of Feakle...
262 Quin/Wyndham-Quin Thady Quin (1645-1726) of Adare, county Limerick, had two sons from whom descend the Earls of Dunrav...
262-263 Scanlan (Ballyknockane) In March 1851 the lands of Gortnacrehy, barony of Connello Upper, county Limerick, the estate of Mic...
262 Drew (Drewsborough & Drewscourt) A branch of a Devonshire family who settled in county Waterford in the reign of Elizabeth I. By th...
263 O'Grady (Cahir Guillamore) Descended from a younger son of the O'Gradys of Kilballyowen, county Limerick, Standish O'Grady, son...
263 De Salis This family, of Swiss origin, settled in England at the beginning of the 18th century. In 1735 Jero...
263, 278 Finch (Tullamore Park) An English family who settled in county Tipperary in the 17th century. Lieutenant Colonel Simon Fin...
263 Blennerhassett (Rockfield) This family was a junior branch of the Blennerhassett of Riddlestown family, parish of Doondonnell,...
264 (Garroose & Uregare), 265 (Kilfrush) Gubbins By the end of the 17th century Joseph Gubbins was settled at Knocklong, county Limerick. Joseph Gubb...
265 Bouchier/Bourchier (Baggotstown) The Bouchiers had estates in county Limerick from Elizabethan times when they were granted some of t...
265 (Ballynagarde) Croker (Ballynagarde) The Crokers settled in county Limerick in the 17th century and were resident at Ballynagarde early i...
225 Considine (Derk) William Considine married Mary Heffernan of Derk, county Limerick. ''Burke's Irish Family Records''...
263 Gavin (Kilpeacon) Lands held by Gore Henry Hughes and James Butler Hughes from Michael Gavin were advertised for sale...
324 Villiers (Kilpeacon & Beech Hill) The Reverend Fitzgerald in a footnote in his book gives an account of the owners of Kilpeacon, count...
229 Quinn (Inishannon) Thomas Quinn was the owner of over 450 acres in county Cork in the 1870s. He was resident at Firgrov...
229 (Garranefeen & Kilbrittain), 236 (Lissagar Demesne) Stawell (Kilbrittain) Burke's "Landed Gentry of Ireland" (1912) traces the lineage of this family back to the 12th century...
229 (Barleyfield), 230 (Burren) Sealy (Cork) Winthrop B. Sealy, of Barleyfield, Bandon, was the owner of over 2000 acres in county Cork in the 18...
231 (Inchydoney Island) Hungerford (Island) Burke indicates that this family traditionally claimed descent from the Hungerford family of Farley...
232 (Castlefreke & Milltown) Evans/Evans-Freke John Evans, of Welsh descent, settled in the city of Limerick in the early 17th century. In 1666 Geo...
235 (Kilcasken) Daunt (East Carbery) This branch of the Daunt family descends from William Daunt of the Tracton Abbey family, whom Burke...
240 (Glanavirane), 241 (Killens) Howe Various members of the Howe family owned land in county Cork in the 1870s including James and John o...
249 (Reenmurragha) Fleming (Cork) The Fleming estate in county Cork amounted to over 3000 acres in the 1870s. Lionel B. Fleming was on...
249 (Whitehall, Brade, Castletownsend) Townsend (Castletownsend) Burke's ''Irish Family Records'' indicates that the first of this family to be established in Irelan...
249 (Glen East & Gortnadrohid), 250 (Creagh), 234 (Castlehyde East), 238 (Ballygibbin) Beecher/Becher Burke's ''Irish Family Records'' and Smith both indicate that the Beechers were originally a Kent...
249 (Drishane), 251 (Lissacaha) Somerville Burke's ''Irish Family Records'' indicates that the first of this family to settle in Cork was Rev....
250 (Bawnlahan) Powell (West Carbery) Burke indicates that the Powells, originally a Welsh family, inherited the O'Donovan estate at Rosc...
250 (Lurriga) Downing (Kenmare & West Cork) Francis Downing was one of the principal lessors in the parish of Kenmare at the time of Griffith's...
250 (Maulbrack & Bunalunn) Morgan (Bunalun) Captain Anthony Morgan, of Bunalun, Skibbereen, County Cork married Eliza Tymons, of Riverstown, Cou...
250 (Russagh) O'Donovan Burke's ''Irish Family Records'' indicates that The O'Donovan's ancestors' original territories were...
250 (Ballydehob) Swanton The Swantons were a Methodist family who were heavily involved in industrial projects in West Cork i...
262 Graham (Cappanihane) In November 1864 464 acres the estate of John Parker Graham comprised of part of the lands of Cappan...
262 Morony (Ballyclogh) Edmond Morony of Ballyclogh, county Limerick, was the eldest son of the second marriage of his fathe...
262 Atkinson (Glenwilliam) According to Burke's Landed Gentry the Atkinsons settled in the north of Ireland in the late 16th ce...
262 (Kilmore - O'Grady) Tuthill (Kilmore) The Tuthill family settled in county Limerick in the early 18th century. John Tuthill of Kilmore wa...
263 (Ballyouragan & Fanningstown) Roche (Carass) George Roche was Mayor of Limerick at the beginning of the 18th century and also represented the cit...
263 Lee (Barna & Bettyville) Burke's 'Landed Gentry of Ireland'' (1958 edition) states that the Lee family purchased the lands of...
235 (Kilshannig Upper), 263 (Rockbarton) Roche (Trabolgan) The Roches were established at Trabolgan, Whitegate, county Cork, from the mid 17th century. In 1703...
264 Lowe (Sunvale/Sunville) In the late 18th century the Lowe family had connections with counties Limerick, Cork and Tipperary....
264 (Coolboy-Cleary) Ievers (Castle Ievers) George Ievers of Athlacca, county Limerick, was the sixth son of Henry Ivers, clerk of the King's Co...
265 (Ash Hill - Weldon) Evans (Ash Hill Towers) A branch of the Evans family, Barons Carberys, descended from Thomas Evans of Miltown Castle, county...
264 Dickin In 1827 Thomas Dickin of Loppington House, Salop married Jane, granddaughter of the 2nd Lord Massy....
265 Coote (Mount Coote) Sir Philip Coote Knight of Mount Coote, county Limerick was a nephew of Charles, 1st Earl of Mountra...
265 (Kilballyowen) O'Grady (Kilballyowen) This was the senior family of O'Grady in Munster. This family was located in the Kilballyowen area...
265 (Raheennamadra) Delmege The French "Palatine" family of Delmege or Dolmage were settled at Rathkeale in county Limerick in t...
242, 265 Franks (Ballyscadden) The Franks of Meadstown, county Cork and Ballyscadden, county Limerick, share a common ancestry with...
265 Gascoigne/Trench (Castle Oliver) Richard Oliver of Castle Oliver, county Limerick, took the additional name of Gascoigne when he and...
265 (Harding Grove), 232 (Knocknabehy - Jane Clerke) Wise/Wyse (Cork) At the time of Griffith's Valuation the Wyse minors, William and Charles, held an estate in the pari...
266 Croker (The Grange) Edward Croker, son of the Reverend Robert Croker of the Ballynagarde family and his wife Margaret O'...
266 Nevins (Mount Shannon) Various newspaper reports of the death of Thomas Nevins record that he was the purchaser of Mount Sh...
266 (Prospect - Crosby) Lloyd (Prospect) At the time of Griffith’s Valuation Eyre Lloyd held an estate in the parishes of Cappagh and Clonshi...
266 Howley (Richhill) The Howleys were a merchant family in Limerick city who purchased Rich Hill in the early 19th centur...
266 (Thornfield) Bourke (Thornfield) The Bourkes were settled at Dromsally, county Limerick at the beginning of the 18th century. From t...
266 Gabbett (Strand House) Daniel Gabbett of Strand House was the third son of William Gabbett of Caherline, near Limerick city...
266 Monsell (Limerick) Originally from England, this family sold their estates in Somerset and purchased estates in county...
266 Cooper (Cooperhill) Samuel Cooper of Cooper Hill, parish of Kilkeedy, county Limerick, died in 1779 aged 62 years, accor...
266 Massy The Massy family are descended from a Cromwellian soldier Captain Hugh Massy who was granted 3,055 a...
267 Massey (Elm Park) The Lords Clarina are descended from Eyre Massey, sixth son of Hugh Massy of Duntrileague, county Li...
267 (Clonkeen & Garranbane) Barrington (Glenstal) The Barringtons settled in Limerick city at the end of the 17th century, Benjamin Barrington was she...
267 (Faha - Taylor), 269 (Ballynacarriga) Russell (Limerick) A branch of the Russell family held land in the parish of Kilfergus, barony of Shanid, county Limeri...
267 (Ballyclogh) Furnell ''Burke's Irish Family Records'' refers to two Furnell brothers coming to Ireland in 1645 and settli...
268 Buckley By the mid 1870s Nathaniel Buckley, a Lancashire cotton millionaire, had bought much of the Earl of...
269 (Springfield) Deane Matthew Deane came to Ireland in the mid 17th century and purchased lands in county Cork. He was ma...
269 (Ballyengland Upper) Hewson (Castle Hewson) This family was settled at Castle Hewson, Askeaton, county Limerick from the end of the 17th century...
269 (Mellon) Westropp (Mellon) The Westropps of Mellon, county Limerick are descended from Mountiford, second son of Thomas Westrop...
269 (Castletown) Waller (Castletown) This branch of the Waller family are descended from Sir Hardress Waller, a Cromwellian soldier, who...
269 (Mellon), 270 (Ballysteen) Westropp (Ballysteen) A junior branch of the Attyflin family, Burke writes that Thomas Westropp of Mellon, county Limerick...
170 (Currahchase) De Vere This family were descended from Vere Hunt, a Cromwellian soldier who was granted land in county Lime...
267 (Faha), 270 (Currahchase) Taylor (Ballynort & Holly Park ) An entry in ''Pue's Occurances'' 19-23 June 1739 indicates that the Taylors were resident at Ballyno...
270 (Dromore) Pery Sometime in the mid 17th century Susanna Sexton, eventually heiress to the Sexton estates in county...
270 O'Brien (Cahermoyle) William Smith O'Brien was born at Dromoland, county Clare in 1803. He was the second son of Sir Edw...
271 (Mountrenchard) Spring-Rice Smith indicates that the Spring family were originally from Lavenham in Suffolk and settled in Kerry...
271 Royse The Royse family were resident in the Nantinan parish of county Limerick from the early 18th century...
271 (Nantinan) White (Nantinan) Lieutenant John White of Belmont, Castle Connell and Nantenan, county Limerick, was a younger son of...
271 (Pallas) Caulfeild (Copsewood) Major General James Caulfeild (1786-1852) was a younger son of John Caulfeild, Archdeacon of Kilmore...
271 (Ballywilliam) Maunsell (Ballywilliam) Richard Maunsell (1721-1790), second son of Richard Maunsell, Member of Parliament for Limerick city...
271 (Castlegarde) O'Grady (Castle Garde) The O'Gradys of Castle Garde, county Limerick, were a junior branch of the O'Gradys Viscounts Guilla...
271 (Derk) Considine (Derk) William Considine married Mary Heffernan of Derk, county Limerick. ''Burke's Irish Family Records''...
271 Ellard The Ellards were established at Newtown from at least the mid 18th century. In 1839 Richard Ellard...
268 Ellis (Abbeyfeale) The Ellis family were living in county Cavan in the 18th century. In 1770 Richard Ellis of Abbeyfea...
266 (Templemichael) Frend In 1666 John Frend, a captain in the Cromwellian army, was granted over 3,000 acres in the barony of...
268 Bennett (Gleneefy) William Blacker Bennett died at Castle Creagh, Galbally, county Limerick in 1808. In 1826 Fitzgerald...
268 (Lissanarroor) Massy (Glenwilliam) A junior branch of the Massys of Duntrileague, county Limerick, descended from the Reverend Godfrey...
268 (Knockglass) Sullivan (Tullylease & Curramore) A Gaelic family who dropped the 'O' from O'Sullivan and became Sullivan in the early 18th century....
270 (Skehanagh) Studdert (Elm Hill) Maurice Studdert of Elm Hill, Rathkeale, county Limerick, was the fourth son of the Reverend George...
270 (Creeves) Dickson (Kildimo) Burke's "Landed Gentry of Ireland" (1912) records members of the Dickson family living at Ballyhonog...
266 Blackall (Garden Hill) The Blackall family of Gardenhill, county Limerick was granted lands in the barony of Pubblebrien un...
267, 275 Henry (Tipperary & Limerick) The Henrys of counties Tipperary and Limerick were a branch of the Henry family of Straffan, county...
270 Brown (Mount Brown) John Southwell Brown held an estate in the parishes of Croagh and Rathkeale, barony of Connello Lowe...
264 Cleary/Clery In 1906 the representatives of Robert Cleary are recorded as the occupiers of over 700 acres of unte...
264 Peile/Piele W.T. Piele of St John's Wood Park, Hampstead, is recorded as owning 1,669 acres in county Limerick i...
237 Barry (Castle Cor) In 1754 Richard Barry married Mary Norton and their son Colonel Richard Barry purchased the Castle C...
237 (Gurteenard) Bastable Daniel Charles Bastable held land in the parishes of Clonfert and Clonmeen, barony of Duhallow, coun...
237 (Demesne) Aldworth The Aldworths settled in county Cork in the early 17th century and were established at Newmarket by...
237 (Paal West - Barry), 238 (Castlelohort) Perceval In 1666 and 1668 Sir Philip Percevall was granted large estates in county Cork and over 1,000 acres...
238 (Roskeen - Irwin) Power (Roskeen) Colonel Grove White includes a detailed family history of this family in his notes. The Powers were...
238 (Dromagh, Dysert & Gurteen), 246 (Mountleader) Leader (Mount Leader & Dromagh Castle) The senior branch of the Leader family descended from Henry Leader who bought estates in county Cork...
239 Clarke (Farran) William Clarke, a tobacco merchant of Cork, bought Farran House, parish of Aglish, barony of East Mu...
238 Nettles Originally from Herefordshire, John Nettles settled in county Waterford in the mid 17th century. He...
240 (Dromcarra North) Barter (County Cork) The Barter family were established in county Cork from the late 17th century. Several members of th...
240 (Coolcour) Browne (Coolcour) The Brownes were established at Coolcour/Coolcower, parish of Macroom, county Cork, from at least th...
240 (Kilbarry) Warren (Warren's Court) Robert Warren, an army officer, established himself in the East Carberry area of county Cork in the...
241 (Dromore) Newman (Dromore) This family came from Wincanton, Somerset to county Cork in the mid 17th century and Richard Newman...
245 McCarthy-O'Leary By the mid 18th century the O'Learys were established at Coomlogane, in the parish of Drishane, in t...
241 (Ballyclogh) Coote (Ash Hill & Bearforest) The Cootes of Ash Hill and Mount Coote, county Limerick, were descended from a younger brother of Si...
229 Puxley Henry L. Puxley of Dunboy Castle was the owner of over 9000 acres in county Cork in the 1870s. Joh...
228 & 229 Hutchins Richard Hutchins of Blackrock, near Bantry, county Cork, was appointed a Poll Tax Commissioner by Wi...
229 (Ballinvrokig) Longfield (Castlemary & Longueville) John Longfield, of Castle Mary, near Cloyne, county Cork married Mary Hawnby of Mallow, county Cork....
229 (Muckruss) Beamish Burke's Irish Family Records indicates that lands granted to members of the Beamish family were conf...
229 (Cahermore & Ballyvacky) Hungerford (Island) Burke indicates that this family traditionally claimed descent from the Hungerford family of Farley...
234 Hare (Listowel) The Hare family had come to Ireland after the Cromwellian settlement and acquired property initiall...
234 (Ballinscurloge), 236 (Terramount) Nason There appear to be two branches of this family. One branch settled at Mellefontstown, county Cork in...
234 (Booladurrragha South), 302 (Castlelands) Cavendish In 1753 the Cavendish family, Dukes of Devonshire, inherited the Lismore estate, mainly located in c...
235 Ryder (Ballinterry) The Reverend Thomas Ryder, rector of Kilfinan and Darragh, county Limerick, married Martha Badham of...
234 (Annesgrove) Annesley/Grove Annesley (Annes Grove) A junior branch of the Annesley family which bore the titles Viscount Glerawly and Earl of Annesley,...
235 Mackay/Mackey This family held land in the parish of Castlelyons, barony of Barrymore, county Cork. They were als...
235 (Careysville), 246 (Killee) Montgomery (Killee) This family appear to have connections with the Grey Abbey, county Down family. Burke's Landed Gent...
235 Croker (Lisnabrin) This Croker estate was in the parish of Mogeely, barony of Kinnatallon, county Cork. Nick Reddan ha...
235 (Mountrivers & Licklash - Bourke) Hendley The Hendleys were established in the Fermoy locality of county Cork in the 17th century. Hajba writ...
235 (Rathealy), 236 (Ballynacarriga) Lucas/Corban Lucas (Rathealy & Ballynacarriga) The Lucas family were settled at Youghal, county Cork, in the mid 17th century. In 1714 John Lucas,...
235 (Grange East) Sadleir (Galway) Reverend Ralph Sadleir, rector of Castleknock, county Dublin, is recorded as the owner of over 900 a...
235 (Ballyclogh) Barry (Ballyclogh) The Barry family, 'McAdam Barry', were established at Lisnagar, Rathcormack and Ballyclough, county...
235 (Glenwood - Fleury) Teulon The Teulons were a French family who came to Ireland in the 18th century and settled in county Cork....
236 (Ballyvolane) Pyne (Ballyvolane) This family descend from Robert Wakeham, who succeeded his uncle, Sir Richard Pyne, Lord Chief Justi...
232 (Bllingohig - James Fitzgerald), 236 (Moydilliga) Braddell This family appear to be descended from the Reverend Henry Braddell of Raheengraney, county Wicklow....
236 Grant (Kilmurry) The Grant family were originally settled in county Waterford. They were established at Kilmurry, pa...
237 (Bushypark) Hodder (Hoddersfield) A Dorset family who settled in county Cork in the mid 17th century. ''Burke's Irish Family Records'...
236 (Marshtown), 301 (Cloonbeg) Orpen/Orpin (Cos Cork & Waterford) The Reverend Basil Orpin, rector of Ballyvourney, county Cork, was the son of the Reverend Abel Orpi...
231 (Coolmore) Newenham (Coolmore) The Newenhams were settled in county Cork since the mid seventeenth century when John Newenham serve...
231 (Ardrum) Colthurst In 1702 Nicholas Colthurst of Ballyally, county Cork, purchased over 1,000 acres from the trustees f...
231 (Maryborough - Sherrard) Newenham (Maryborough) The Newenhams were established in county Cork from the early 17th century. This branch of the family...
231 Glasgow Alexander Glasgow was a merchant from Lanarkshire in Scotland, who bought the Oldcourt estate, count...
232 (Glenville) Hudson (Glenville) Dr Edward Hudson, born at Castlemartyr, county Cork, was an early dental practitioner, who bought an...
232 (Rochfordstown) Hawkes (Cork) The Hawkes family of county Cork are descended from Captain John Hawkes who first settled at Bishops...
233 (Mountdesert) Dunscombe (Mount Desert & Kingswilliamstown) A family originally from Devon who settled in county Cork in the mid 17th century. In 1703 William...
250 (Dunbeacon) Townsend (Scartagh) The Townsend family in West Cork derive from Colonel Richard Townsend, an officer in the Cromwellian...
243 Fuge At the time of Griffith's Valuation Richard Fuge held land in the parishes of Ballyclough and Buttev...
292 (Coolroe) Malcomson (Portlaw) Francis Malcomson was the lessor of several townlands in the parish of Kilchreest, barony of Loughre...
292 (Rocket's Castle) Medlycott The Burrishoole estate of approximately 70,000 acres was acquired by Thomas Medlycott, Chief Commiss...
292 (Whitestown East, Guilcagh & Curraghmore) Beresford/Le Poer Beresford The Beresford family, Marquis of Waterford and Viscount Tyrone, owned land in various parts of Irela...
282 Bianconi Charles Bianconi, an Italian, arrived in Ireland in the early 19th century and worked as a travellin...
282 Grubb (Co Tipperary) A family originally from Northamptonshire, John Grubb came to county Waterford in the mid 17th centu...
282 McCan In 1864 Joseph McCan bought the New Park estate (910 acres at Ballyowen, Ballykelly and Garranhally...
282 Murphy (Ballinamona) William Murphy was a son of Edmond Murphy of Ballinamona, Cashel, county Tipperary, and his wife Mar...
283 Pennefather (Marlow) This branch of the Pennefather family descend from William Pennefather, third son of Matthew and Lav...
283 (Clonacody) Kellett (Clonacody) Burke's Peerage records the purchase of lands in county Tipperary by the Kellett family at the begin...
283 Armitage (Noan) Dr Armitage of Noan, Ballinure, Thurles, county Tipperary owned 2,019 acres in county Tipperary in t...
283 Maude Robert Maude [of Yorkshire] was granted over 10,000 acres in counties Tipperary, Cork and Meath in 1...
284 (Coleraine) Price (Ardmayle) In the mid 19th century William Price held land in the parishes of Ballysheehan, Brickendown, Kilcon...
232 (Foaty & Ballynoe), 237 (Condonstown North), 284 (Ballinree), 290 (Cloonfinglass), 291 (Cordangan) Barry/Smith-Barry (Fota) John Smith-Barry of Marbury Hall, Cheshire and Fota Island, county Cork, was a son of James Hugh Smi...
285 (Carrigeen) Charteris (Caher) Lady Margaret Charteris was the eldest daughter of Richard Butler, 2nd and last Earl of Glengall. S...
286 (Skeheenaranky) Buckley By the mid 1870s Nathaniel Buckley, a Lancashire cotton millionaire, had bought much of the Earl of...
287 Jackson (Tincurry) In his will dated 20 February 1800 Joseph Jackson of Tincurry, county Tipperary, refers to his lands...
287 (Knocklofty), 293 (Kilmanahan) Hely Hutchinson The Hutchinsons were established at Knocklofty, barony of Iffa and Offa West, county Tipperary, from...
293 (Gurteen) Power (Gurteen) A family decended from the Poer family established in county Waterford in the 12th century and who h...
292 Congreve Burke indicates that this family originated in Staffordshire and descend from John Congreve, residen...
293 Pedder In the 1870s Henry Pedder of Kilgainy, Clonmel was the owner of over 500 acres in county Waterford....
299 Woodroffe (Lismore) In the 1870s, William Morton Woodroffe of Ballysaggartmore, county Waterford, owned over 4400 in the...
300 Bushe Colonel John Bushe, originally from Somerset, was granted lands at Kilfane in county Kilkenny follow...
300 (Glencairn) Power (Kilfane & Glencairn Abbey) Sir John Power of Kilfane, county Kilkenny, was the son of John Power of Tullamaine Castle, county T...
300 Keane (Cappoquin) According to family sources, the Keanes have held this property since the seventeenth century when G...
301 Usher/Ussher (Cappagh & Camphire, Co Waterford) Beverly Usher was granted 1,295 acres in the barony of Imokilly, county Cork in 1667. Sadleir refer...
294 (Ballintaylor & Barranastook), 301 (Tourin) Musgrave (Waterford) Burke states that the Musgraves were originally descended from a Yorkshire family. The first Richard...
301 Lloyd (Strancally Castle) George Whitlocke of Berkshire married Mary daughter of David Roche of Carass, county Limerick, and e...
301 Smyth (Headborough) The Smyths were established in conty Waterford since Elizabethan times. This branch was descended fr...
301 Maxwell/Perceval Maxwell The Percevals were related to the Perceval family of Temple House, county Sligo and descend from the...
281 Stannix In the mid 19th century Miss Emma Stannix held at least 11 townlands in the parish of Moycarky, baro...
296 Palliser A family originally from Yorkshire, the Reverend William Palliser became Archbishop of Cashel in 169...
296 (Ballynabanoge North), 300 (Affane) Power (Decies-without-Drum) Gallwey states that the various branches of the Power family were associated with this area long be...
297 (Seafield) Anthony Gallwey notes that the Anthony family became associated with the properties at Carrigcastle and Seaf...
297 Power O'Shee (Gardenmorris) The Shees were a Kilkenny family of ancient lineage who married into a number of other significant l...
295 (Duckspool) Humble/Nugent Humble Sir John Nugent Humble was among the principal lessors in the parishes of Dungarvan and KIlgobnet, b...
295 (Dromana) Villiers Stuart/Stuart (de Decies) The introduction to the Public Record Office Northern Ireland list of the Villiers Stuart papers sta...
295 (Lisfennel) Keily Morris notes that the Keilys appear as a gentry family in west Waterford in the early eighteenth ce...
294 (Cappagh) Usher/Ussher (Cappagh & Camphire, Co Waterford) Beverly Usher was granted 1,295 acres in the barony of Imokilly, county Cork in 1667. Sadleir refer...
292 (Shanakill) Quin (Upperthird) In the 1870s, Mary Anne Quin is recorded as the owner of over 5000 acres in county Waterford as well...
294 (Glenavaddra) Walsh/Welsh (Decies) "Astle" Walsh was among the principal lessors in the parish of Ardmore, county Waterford at the tim...
294 (Colligan More) Dawson Thomas Dawson was created Baron Cremorne in 1797. In the 18th century he owned an estate in county...
298 (Woodhouse) Beresford (Woodhouse) In the 1870s Robert H. Beresford was the owner of over 2000 acres in county Waterford. Almost 200 ac...
232 Kinahan Daniel Kinahan of Roebuck Park, county Dublin was born in 1756 and by his wife, Martha Paine, had fo...
281 Graham (Clonboo) Charles Graham of Seaview House, Clontarf, Co Dublin, owned 1,479 acres in county Tipperary in the 1...
286 Murdoch In the 1870s Robert Murdoch of 36, Leeson Street Lower, Dublin, owned over 5,000 acres in county Tip...
272 (Gurteen - O'Brien), 280 (Longorchard) Lalor/Power-Lalor Jeremiah Lalor settled in county Tipperary in the mid 17th century and married Judith O'Meagher. T...
272 (Walshpark) Head The Head family descend from Michael Head, Sheriff of the city of Waterford in 1672 and Mayor in 168...
272 Antisell Christopher Antisell is reputed to have purchased Sraduff, parish of Dorrha, barony of Lower Ormond,...
272 Clarke (Bushy Park) Online sources suggest that David Clarke of Park House, Macclesfield, was involved in the cloth trad...
272 (Gortinarable), 274 (Cloghkeating) Robinson (Co Tipperary) The Robinson family were settled in the Ballingarry locality of county Tipperary from the mid 17th c...
272 (Creeragh & Sopwell) Trench (Woodlawn) The Trench family at Woodlawn were one of a number of Trench families who came to prominence in coun...
273 (Graigue Upper), 274 (Modreeny - Reps George Whitfield), 288 (Newtownanner Demesne) Osborne (Newtown Anner & Beechwood) The Osbornes were established in county Waterford from the early 17th century and were granted lands...
273 (Shesheraghmore) Clarke (Bushy Park) Online sources suggest that David Clarke of Park House, Macclesfield, was involved in the cloth trad...
273 Waller (Prior Park) This family descend from a Cromwelllian soldier Richard Waller who settled at Cully, Newport, county...
273 Headech In 1865 William Headech bought the Holmes estate at Johnstown, county Tipperary. Daniel Grace writ...
274 (Castletown) Towers The Towers family had property in counties Meath and Tipperary in the early 18th century. Reverend...
274 O'Meara In the 1870s John O'Meara of Somerset in the townland of Abbeville, parish of Lorrha, county Tippera...
274 (Portland) Stoney (Co Tipperary) Thomas Stoney from Yorkshire came to Ireland in the late 17th century and settled in county Tipperar...
274 (Ballyrickard North) Falkiner (Mount Falcon) A family originally from Yorkshire and settled in Dublin by the late 17th century. Richard Falkiner...
274 (Mertonhall) Ireland (Galway & Kiltartan) The Ireland family settled in the midlands in the 17th century. Through marriage with the Lynch fam...
274 Minchin (Annagh) The Minchins of Annagh, county Tipperary, descend from John Minchin of Annagh and Castle Inch, count...
274 (Ballinderry) Farrer (Limerick) At the time of Griffith's Valuation William D. Farrer held at least five townlands in the parish of...
274 (Garraunarish - George Evans) Ely At the time of Griffith's Valuation Henry and Thomas Ely held small parcels of land in the parishes...
275 (Ashley Park) Atkinson (Ashley Park) The Atkinsons of Ashley Park and South Park, county Tipperary, were a junior branch of the Atkinsons...
275 (Killowney Big) Langford ''Irish Family Records" states that William Langford was living at Gurteengary, county Limerick in 1...
336 Watson (Clonmel & Quansbury) A Quaker family of Clonmel, county Tipperary, descended from Solomon Watson who married Abigail Bole...
303 (Little Island) Fitzgerald/Purcell Fitzgerald (Little Island) This family claimed ancient ties with the original Fitzgeralds who came to Ireland in the twelfth ce...
303 (Faithlegg) Power (Faithlegg) Nicholas Mahon Power, of Faithlegg House, was among the principal lessors in the parishes of Ballyna...
272 Kinahan Daniel Kinahan of Roebuck Park, county Dublin was born in 1756 and by his wife, Martha Paine, had fo...
272 (Annagh) Bolton (Nenagh) In the 1870s George Bolton, Crown Solicitor, owned over 4,300 acres in county Tipperary and 303 acre...
272 Tollemache In the 1870s Arthur F. C. Tollemache with an address Ham House, Petersham, owned 2,124 acres in coun...
275 Hickie (Killelton & Slevoir) The estate of William Creagh Hickie, of Killelton, amounted to over 3300 acres in county Kerry in th...
275 Delany In the 1870s Catherine Delany of Athboy, county Meath owned 629 acres in county Tipperary and John R...
275 Hannigan Anthony Hannigan of Dalkey, county Dublin, owned 1,832 acres in county Tipperary in the 1870s. He is...
276 Bayly (Debsborough) The Bayly family were established at Debsborough, Nenagh, county Tipperary from the early 18th centu...
276 Twiss An ancestor of this family was agent to the Herberts, Earl of Powis and the family held land and liv...
276 (Pollanorman) Going (Traverston & Violethill) Robert Going of Cranagh, county Tipperary, who died in the early 1730s, left three sons, Robert of T...
276 (Lissenhall & Tulla) Carrol (Kilmore) The Carrol family was settled at Tulla, county Tipperary, from the 17th century. William Parker Carr...
276 (Castlelough & Garrykennedy) Parker (Castlelough & Ballyvalley) Captain John Parker was granted 1,242 acres in the barony of Owney and Arra, county Tipperary in 166...
277 (Youghal Village) Smithwick Peter Smithwick of Mount Catherine, county Limerick, married an Apjohn of nearby Linfield and died i...
277 (Derry Demesne) Spaight The Spaight family was originally from Kent. In the late 17th century Thomas Spaight was seneschal...
277 (Mountphillips) Phillips (Mount Rivers) This family of Phillips was settled in county Tipperary from at least the mid 18th century. [Thomas...
277 (Grenanstown) Eustace At the time of Griffith's Valuation Charles Stannard Eustace held land in the parishes of Castletown...
277 (Garraunbeg) Bloomfield The Bloomfield family were originally settled at Eyre Court, county Galway, in the early 18th centur...
277 (Kilboy) Prittie (Lord Dunalley) The Prittie family descend from Colonel Henry Prittie who was granted 5,900 acrese in county Tippera...
278 Otway By a patent dated 10 October 1685, John Otway was granted Castle Otway, county Tipperary. His desc...
278 (Richmond) Gason The Gason family, reputed to have been originally from Kent, settled in county Tipperary in the mid...
278 (Blackfort) Galway/Galwey (Lota & West Cork) "Burke's Irish Family Records" traces the ancestry of this family back to their location in Kinsale,...
278 (Ballymackeogh) Ryan (Ballymackeogh) This family were settled in county Tipperary from the mid 17th century. In 1814 William Ryan of Bal...
278 (Clonbunny) Benn In the mid 19th century Mrs Rebecca Benn held land in the parish of Kilvellane, barony of Owney and...
278 Gabbett (Mountrivers) Wyndham Gabbett was a grandson of Daniel Gabbett of The Strand, county Limerick. In 1867 he married...
278 (Monroe) Power (Clonshire & Monroe) Samuel Dickson of Ballynaguile, county Limerick married firstly a Miss Farrell and had a daughter wh...
275 Bunbury (Woodville) ''The Irish Law Times and Solicitors Journal'' Vol 3 records the purchase of the lands of Woodville,...
278 Carden (Barnane) Arthur E. Carden has written a very detailed history of this family who acquired Barnane, county Tip...
276 Smithwick Peter Smithwick of Mount Catherine, county Limerick, married an Apjohn of nearby Linfield and died i...
279 Lloyd (Skehanagh) ''Burke's Irish Family Records'' records the two sons of Thomas Lloyd, second son of John Lloyd of C...
279 (Lloydsborough & Killough) Lloyd (Cranagh & Lloydsborough) Early generations of this family married members of the Otway, Blunden and Clutterbuck families. Jo...
279 Butler (Ash Park & Wilford) William Butler of Park died in 1800 and was succeeded by his son James, born 1785, who later became...
279 Griffith (Aghsmear) Joseph Griffith, son of the Reverend Joseph Philip Griffith, married Eliza daughter of George Roe in...
279 Birch (Roscrea) Members of the Birch family were prominent distillers and brewers at Roscrea, county Tipperary in th...
279 Smith (Derryvale) John Sidney Smith was the manager of the Tipperary Joint Stock Bank, Roscrea, until he resigned in 1...
279 Maxwell (Glenalbert) In the mid 19th century Albert F. Maxwell held land in the parishes of Rathnaveoge and Roscrea, baro...
279 Jackson (Inane) The Jackson family held an estate at Inane, parish of Roscrea, county Tipperary in the 19th century...
280 (Castlefogarty) Lenigan (Castle Fogarty) In 1788 James Fogerty of Castle Fogarty, near Thurles, county Tipperary, died childless and his sist...
280 (Fishmoyne & The Priory) Carden (Templemore & Fishmoyne) The Cardens settled at Templemore, county Tipperary, in the mid 17th century. In 1717 John Carden...
280 (Inch) Ryan (Inch) The Ryan family were located at Inch, barony of Eliogarty, county Tipperary, from the late 17th cent...
280 (Dovea Lower & Killahara) Trant (Kerry & Tipperary) The Trants had originally held lands in the barony of Corkaguiny, county Kerry but by the early 19th...
281 (Brittas) Knox /Blake Knox (Moyne Abbey) The senior branch of the Knox family in county Mayo who were descended from William Knox of Castlere...
281 (Newhill - Bradell) Going (Liskeveen) The Goings of Ballyphilip and Liskeveen, county Tipperary, both descend from James Going, a younger...
280-281 (Lorenzo John Smith) Maher (Turtulla & Tullamaine) Nicholas Valentine Maher of Turtualla was buried in St Mary's graveyard, Thurles, county Tipperary,...
280-281 Smith (France) In the 1870s the representatives of E.V. Smith of France owned 1,312 acres and John L. Smith of Fran...
280-281 Fitzmaurice Lord George Hamilton was created Earl of Orkney in 1696. He married Elizabeth Villiers and was succe...
282 (Cregg) Lalor (Cregg) A family originally established in county Laois who moved to county Tipperary in the late 17th centu...
282 (Ballytarsna - James Grene) Max The Callanan Papers contain a will transcript of Simon Max of Gaile, county Tipperary dated 1732. T...
283 (Knockanglass), 289 (Lickfinn & Lisnamrock) Langley (Coal Brook) A family descended from a Cromwellian soldier,Henry Charles Langley, who was given 1,795 acres in 16...
282 O'Heney/Heney At the time of Griffith's Valuation William Dwyer held a house valued at £1.6 shillings from James H...
283, 284 Lindsay (Ballinard) In 1906 Paul Maylor Lindsay held untenanted land at Ballinard, Garrankyle and Tinnekilly, county Tip...
284 (Peppardstown - Beatrice Saunders) Guiry The return of landowners 1876 records Jerome James Guiry of Peppardstown, county Tipperary, owning 5...
284 (Tullamaine - Dr Barry) Maher (Turtulla & Tullamaine) Nicholas Valentine Maher of Turtualla was buried in St Mary's graveyard, Thurles, county Tipperary,...
286 Wise (Rochestown) In 1840 the Ordnance Survey Name Books mention Thomas Wise as a proprietor of townlands in the paris...
287 (Clashganny West & Woodrooff) Perry (Woodrooff) The Perrys were established at Woodrooff, Clonmel, county Tipperary, from the beginning of the 18th...
287 Denny (Ballybrada) In 1906 Charles Edward Denny held untenanted land at Ballybrada and Cranna in the Clogheen locality...
287 (Castlegrace) Grubb (Co Tipperary) A family originally from Northamptonshire, John Grubb came to county Waterford in the mid 17th centu...
287 Clibborn This family descend from a Cromwellian Army officer who settled at Moate, county Westmeath. Most o...
284 (Garrandillon) Butler The 1st Duke of Ormonde was one of the largest estate owners in Ireland at the beginning of the 18th...
284-286 Carew/Pole Carew In 1901 Lady Beatrice Frances Elizabeth Butler eldest daughter of the 3rd Marquess of Ormonde marrie...
285 (Clogheen Market), 290 (Ballydrehid) O'Callaghan Cornelius O'Callaghan, a lawyer in the early 18th century, married Marie Jolley. Their grandson, al...
288 (Ballingarrane) Watson (Clonmel & Quansbury) A Quaker family of Clonmel, county Tipperary, descended from Solomon Watson who married Abigail Bole...
288 (Barn Demesne) Moore (Barne) A family who were established in the Clonmel area of county Tipperary from the early 17th century....
288 (Kiltinan) Cooke (Kiltinan Castle) The Cookes of Kiltinan Castle, Fethard, county Tipperary were descended from Edward Cooke, younger b...
288 (Kilcooly Abbey) Barker/Ponsonby Barker William Ponsonby Barker held estates in four counties in the 19th century. The Barkers acquired the...
288-289 White (Cahiracon) The Whites of Woodlands, county Dublin, Rathcline, county Longford, Lareen, county Leitrim, Cahircon...
289 (Gurteen Bryan) Bryan (Gurteen) The Reverend William Bryan of Gurteen, county Tipperary, son of Thomas Bryan and Elizabeth Aldwell,...
289 Going (Ballyphilip, Co Tipperary) This family was a junior branch of the Going family of Traverston, Nenagh, county Tipperary. In 181...
289 Grant (Hilton) In the 1870s G. Fox Grant of Ballylanigan, Callan, county Tipperary owned 292 acres in the county....
290 (Ballagh), 291 (Mooresfort) Moore (Mooresfort) Charles Moore, a member of the Moore family of Crookedstone, county Antrim, purchased the Mooresfort...
290 (Ballynacourty & Mackanagh Lower) Dawson/Massy-Dawson (Ballynacourte) In 1666 John Dawson was granted an estate of over 2,900 acres in county Tipperary including the cast...
290 Bagwell Purefoy The Bagwell Purefoys descend from Edward Bagwell, a grandson of John Bagwell of Marlfield, Clonmel,...
290 (Ballinaclogh & Castlepark) Scully (Kilfeakle & Mantle Hill) The Scullys of county Tipperary descend from Jeremiah Scully who was established at Cashel in the mi...
291 (Grantstown) Massy (Grantstown) Like the Glenwilliam branch of the family the Massys of Grantstown descend from the Reverend William...
291 (Thomastown Demesne) Daly (Dunsandle & Carnakelly) The Daly family of Dunsandle derived from Daly of Carnakelly in the parish of Kiltullagh. They bough...
303 (Kilmore) Perceval (Waterford) In the 1870s Rev. William Percival owned almost 500 acres in county Waterford.
235 Wood (Cork) Andrew Jordaine Wood of 10 Sydney Place, Cork, is recorded by Hussey de Burgh as owning over 6,000 a...
268 Webber (Cos Sligo & Limerick) A family who were settled near the city of Cork in the early 17th century. Thomas Webber married Le...
223 (Ardcloony) Fitzgerald (Ardcloony) ''The Connaught Journal'' of 20 February 1840 records the purchase in the Court of Chancery of Ardcl...
241 (Twopothouse) Lysaght/MacLysaght (Hazlewood & Raheen) The MacLysaght or Lysaght family were mainly located in county Clare in the 17th century. In 1749 W...
241 Franks (Carrig Park) A family who settled in King's county (county Offaly) in the mid 17th century, later generations mov...
241 (Castlekevin) Reeves (Castlekevin) This family was a junior branch of the Reeves family of Besborough and Burrane, county Clare. Edwar...
241 (Croaghnacree - Lord Castletown) St. Leger A Norman family who first established connections with the Province of Munster in the mid 16th centu...
241 (Ballinvonear) Barry/Harold-Barry In 1782 Richard Harold of Singland and Pennywell, county Limerick married Mary, only child and heire...
242 (Carhookeal) Williamson (Carhookeal) At the time of Griffith's Valuation this family held land in the parishes of Garrycloyne and Grenagh...
242 (Carrigacunna) Foote/Foott (Millfort & Carrigacunna) The Foote family were living in county Cork by the early 18th century. Burke's ''Landed Gentry of Ir...
242 (Rockforest East) Cotter A family, possibly of Danish origin, who were settled in county Cork from at least the 16th century....
242 (Ballywalter) Penrose/Penrose Welsted (Shandangan) The Penroses were a Cornish family who settled in county Waterford in the 17th century. In 1775 Samu...
242 (Carker) Evans (Carker) The Evans family first settled in county Limerick but through marriage with Bridget Green of Carker,...
243 (Castlesaffron) Creagh/Brasier Creagh In 1779 Alderman Kilner Brooke Brasier of Rivers and Ballyvoir, Lisard, county Limerick married Mary...
243 Turpin John Turpin was Headmaster of Middleton School, county Cork, in the 1820s. By deed dated 20 Decembe...
243 (Gortnamucky) Barry (Dundullerick) In the mid 17th century Thomas Barry of Dundullerick, county Cork married an O'Cahill of nearby Ball...
243 (Castlemartyr) Boyle (Earl of Shannon) Henry Boyle, a descendent of Richard Boyle, first Earl of Cork, was created Earl of Shannon, baron o...
244 (Clonmult) Smith (Clonmult) On 28 February 1854 John Shaw Smith of Rostrevor, county Down, bought the Clonmult estate, county Co...
244 (Barnabrow) Litton Members of this family were prominent lawyers in 19th century Dublin, where the family had settled i...
244 (Castlemary) Longfield (Castlemary & Longueville) John Longfield, of Castle Mary, near Cloyne, county Cork married Mary Hawnby of Mallow, county Cork....
244 (Corkbeg & Lisquinlan) Fitzgerald/Penrose Fitzgerald (Corkbeg) In 1667 Garrett Fitzgerald was granted the castle, town and lands of Kilcorkbegg alias Corkbeg with...
244 (Ballycurrany) Barry/Smith-Barry (Fota) John Smith-Barry of Marbury Hall, Cheshire and Fota Island, county Cork, was a son of James Hugh Smi...
244 (Leamlara) Barry (Leamlara) At the beginning of the 18th century the head of this family was Standish Barry, son of David Barry...
245 (Ballintubbrid East) Heard (Cos Cork, Tipperary & Kerry) The Heards were a long established county Cork family stated to have arrived with Sir Walter Raleigh...
245 (Ballyvodock East) Jackson (Ahanesk) This family was settled at Ballyduff and Glanbeg, county Waterford by the end of the 17th century....
245 (Cahermone) Brodrick (Midleton) Sir St John Brodrick of Wandsworth, Surrey, came to Ireland in the mid 17th century and was granted...
245 (Killeennamonagh) Boles/Bowles (Cork) In 1666 Richard Boles was granted 924 acres at Moyge in the barony of Orrery and Kilmore, county Cor...
245 (Jamesbrook) Adams/Goold-Adams L.G. Pine traces the ancestry of this family from the fourth son of Edward Adams, a London merchant,...
245 (Rostellan) Wise (Rostellan) In the 1870s Joshua P. Wise of Rostellan, Middleton, county Cork, is recorded as owning 1,122 acres...
245 (Dundullerick West) Creagh/Creagh Barry (Ballygriffen & Dundullerick) Another branch of the Creagh family descended from James Creagh of Ballygriffin, county Cork, third...
246 (Farahy) Bowen/Cole-Bowen Originally from Wales, Henry Bowen, a Cromwellian army officer, settled in county Cork. In 1660 his...
247 (Mitchelstown) King (Kingston/Lorton) The King estate was one of the largest in Connacht including lands in Leitrim, Mayo and Sligo as wel...
249 Townsend (Whitehall) The Townsend family in west Cork are descended from Colonel Richard Townsend, an officer in the Crom...
248 Townsend (Shepperton & Dunbeacon) John Townsend, great grandson of Colonel Richard Townsend, originator of the family in west Cork, in...