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Reference Source

WEIR, Hugh W. L. ''Historical, Genealogical and Architectural notes on some Houses of Clare''. Whitegate, county Clare: Ballinakella Press, 1999.

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Reference Estate Name Estate Description
278-279 Sampson (Williamstadt) In the 1870s Francis Sampson, MD, was the owner of over 1400 acres in county Galway and over 400 ac...
278-279. Brady (Williamstadt) The Brady family in county Clare were descended from Hugh Brady, post-Reformation bishop of Meath. T...
231. D'Arcy (Clonrush) At the time of Griffith's Valuation, Dominick D'Arcy is recorded as one of the principal lessors in...
200. Tandy Mary Tandy is recorded as one of the principal lessors in the parishes of Clonrush and Inishcaltra,...
188-189 Blake (Meelick) The Blake family of Meelick in the barony of Leitrim, county Galway, were descended from the Blakes...
263. Burke (Tintrim) John Burke of Tintrim is recorded as a resident proprietor in 1824. Tintrim was also recorded as the...
284. Reade/Read The Reades were originally a Westmeath family who married into the Featherstonehaugh family. John Ce...
87, 127-128 Ball (Fort Fergus) William Hawkins Ball was the eldest son of Benjamin Ball of Dublin and his wife Elizabeth, daughter...
18, 226-227 Barclay McAuliffe writes that the Barclays, a Quaker family, came from Scotland to Ireland. At the end of t...
54-55, 95, 166, 208, 247 Scott (Cahiracon) In 1712 the Earl of Thomond leased Cahercon/Cahiracon, parish of Kilfiddane, and Killadysert, parish...
17-18, 54-55, 182-183, 209 White (Cahiracon) The Whites of Woodlands, county Dublin, Rathcline, county Longford, Lareen, county Leitrim, Cahircon...
98 Creagh (Dangan) This family descend from Pierse Creagh who was Mayor of Limerick in 1651 and died at Dangan, parish...
6, 123 Johnston (Aran View) In the 1850s Robert Johnstone held 157 acres of Ballyinsheen Beg, parish of Kilmoon, barony of Burre...
46, 196, 223 Creagh (Mount Elva) Lewis writes that the Creaghs were granted all the parish of Kilmoon, barony of Burren, county Clare...
126, 199 Skerrett (Finavarra) In his will dated 26 November 1681 James Skerrett FitzMarcus of Galway, merchant, left his county Cl...
62, 80-81 Bindon The Bindon family were located in the counties of Clare and Limerick from the late 17th century. Dav...
4, 18, 156 Fitzgerald (Kilcarragh & Adelphi) This family was established at Kilcarragh, parish of Kilfenora, barony of Corcomroe, county Clare in...
6-7, 51, 103, 118-119, 192-193, 239, 265-266 Macnamara (Doolin) This branch of the Macnamara family was established in the barony of Burren, north county Clare, at...
202-203 Dunne (Moymore) Mathias Stacpoole of Moymore, county Clare, third son of George Hogan Stacpoole of Cragbrien married...
12, 101-102 Gore (Derrymore) A branch of the Gore family of Clonroad, Ennis, county Clare and later of Tyredagh Castle, Joseph Go...
238 Calcutt In the early 19th century William Calcutt married Dora Macnamara of the Doolin, county Clare family...
34, 88 Stacpoole (Cragbrien) The Reverend William Stacpoole of Cragbrien, parish of Clondagad, barony of Islands, county Clare, w...
42, 242, 264 O'Brien (Birchfield) Cornelius O'Brien was the son of Henry O'Brien of Ennis, county Clare and Helen O'Callaghan of Kilgo...
242 Higgins (Seamount) In the 1870s Patrick Higgins of Seamount, parish of Kilmacrehy, barony of Corcomroe, county Clare, o...
62, 68-69, 95, 202-203, 247, 267 Fitzgerald (Carrigoran) A branch of the Geraldines of Pallas, county Limerick, was established at Carrigoran, parish of Kiln...
31 McMahon (Kilfenora) This family were mainly based in Dublin where they followed legal, military or diplomatic careers....
94 Martyn (Gregans Castle) Weir gives a detailed history of this county Clare family. Gregans Castle was originally an O’Loghl...
17, 177-178 Stacpoole (Ballyallia) This was a junior branch of the Stacpoole family of Annagh and Eden Vale, county Clare. George Sta...
283-284 Lysaght (Woodmount) Weir writes that George Lysaght lived at Woodmount, parish of Kilmanaheen, county Clare, in the late...
156, 257 Lysaght (Ballykeel) Cecil Stacpoole Kenny gives a detailed account of the family history of this family in MS 2110, Nati...
190-191, 242, 276 Morony (Milltown Malbay) The Moronys of Miltown Malbay, barony of Ibrickan, county Clare, share a common ancestry with the Mo...
281 Russell (Limerick) A branch of the Russell family held land in the parish of Kilfergus, barony of Shanid, county Limeri...
22-23, 63, 69, 96, 120,130-131, 157 Wyndham The Wyndham/Leconfield Irish estate, derived from the O’Briens, Earls of Thomond, was the largest es...
129, 181 Westropp (Fort Anne) A branch of the Westropp family descended from a younger brother of Mountiford Westropp of Attyflin,...
111, 216-217, 231-232 O'Loghlen The Burren area in county Clare was the territory of the O’Loghlens until its confiscation in the mi...
225 O'Brien (Thomond) The estate of the Earl of Thomond was the largest in county Clare with lands in seven out of the ele...
6, 91-92, 230, 236-237 Blood (Roxton & Cranagher) The Blood family was established in county Clare from the early 17th century. By the mid 18th centu...
16, 116-117 O'Brien (Ballynalackan) Terence O'Brien was established at Elm Vale, south east of Kilfenora, county Clare, from at least th...
73-74 Burton (Clifden & Mungret) In 1780 Edward William Burton of Clifden was High Sheriff of county Clare and William Burton of Clif...
229 Tymons Weir writes that a John Tymons was resident at Riverston, county Clare, in 1799. Michael Blood of B...
3, 110-111, 219-220 Crowe (Dromore) The Crowe family were living at Nutfield, near Ennis, county Clare in the 1780s. Burke records that...
224, 262 Bridgeman At the time of Griffith's Valuation the representatives of St John Bridgeman held land in the parish...
97 Faircloth At the time of Griffith's Valuation Henry Faircloth is recorded as holding land in the parish of Clo...
59, 193-195 Synge (Dysert) The Synges held lands in the parish of Dysert, county Clare, from the mid 18th century when Nicholas...
34-35, 146, 220-221 Singleton The Singletons came from Lancashire and settled in county Clare at the end of the 17th century. John...
41, 115, 169, 253 Stacpoole (Eden Vale) The Stacpooles were a county Limerick Catholic family. Clement Stacpoole was transplanted to county...
78 McMahon (Cloonmore) Timothy McMahon held some land in the parish of Kilmurry, barony of Ibrickan, county Clare at the ti...
10, 54, 265-266 Mahon (Corbally) The estate of the Mahons of Corbally was mainly in the parish of Clooney, barony of Bunratty Upper,...
106, 112, 155 Westby Nicholas Westby of Ennis, county Clare, Collector of Customs, was one member of a syndicate of three...
93 Stewart (Co Clare) The Stewart and Vandeleur families were related through their descent from two daughters of Charles...
98-99, 125 Hickman (Fenloe) Gregory Hickman was an English merchant in the south of England in the first half of the 17th centur...
61, 141 Burton (Buncraggy & Carrigaholt) Samuel Burton of Buncraggy, county Clare, married Margaret Harris and died in 1712. From their elde...
26, 116, 197 Hickman (Ballykett) This branch of the Hickman family is descended from George Hickman, second son of Henry Hickman of B...
57, 219 Borough The townland of Querrin, parish and barony of Moyarta, county Clare, was granted to Anthony Hickman...
98-99, 107, 112 Studdert (Dangananella) This branch of the Studdert family was established at Dangananella, just outside Cooraclare, in the...
38, 106, 146-147, 155 Keane (Beech Park) The Keanes were established in county Clare from at least the mid 17th century and were residing at...
31-32, 46, 63, 164, 216, 244-245 Vandeleur (Kilrush) The Vandeleur family are descended from Maxmilian Van Der Leur, a Dutch merchant, who had settled in...
35-36, 71-72 Roche (Carass) George Roche was Mayor of Limerick at the beginning of the 18th century and also represented the cit...
47-48, 151-152 Conyngham Of Scottish descent, Henry Conyngham, member of parliament for county Donegal, supported the William...
185-186 Healy (Manusmore) In the late 18th century the Healy family were located in the Newmarket on Fergus area of county Cla...
167-168 Mulvihill The Mulvihills held Knockanira, parish of Killone, barony of Islands, county Clare, from the Earls o...
180, 206-207 MacDonnell (Newhall) This family was descended from the MacDonnell family of Dunluce, county Antrim. In the late 17th cen...
176, 206-207 Armstrong/Armstrong MacDonnell (Newhall) The Armstrongs of Mount Heaton share a common ancestry with the Armstrongs of Moyaliff, county Tippe...
28 Finucane (Ballymacooda) This branch of the Finucane family descend from Brian Finucane a younger son of Daniel Finucane and...
51, 245-246, 284-285 Cullinan (Ennis) Members of the Cullinan family were resident in the parish of Drumcliff, barony of Islands, county C...
59-60, 253 Stamer (Carnelly) William Stamer, a member of an old English Protestant family from Essex, England, moved to county Ki...
176, 253 Finucane (Stamer Park) At the beginning of the 19th century Daniel Finucane was residing at Stamer Park, Ennis, county Clar...
54 & 179 England Members of the England family appear in the records of county Clare from the late 17th century and t...
89-90 Janns The Janns were a family established in the town of Ennis, county Clare, from at least the late 18th...
66 Butler (Castlecrine) The Butlers of Castlecrine, parish of Kilfinaghta, barony of Bunratty Lower, county Clare, descend f...
149, 196 Ievers (Mountievers) The first member of this family to settle in county Clare in the 1640s was Henry Ievers. He was a c...
16-17, 54, 74, 126-127 Kelly/Roche Kelly Descended from an O’Kelly of county Kilkenny, the Kelly family were established in county Limerick b...
93, 253-254 O'Brien/Stafford O'Brien In 1699 Henry O'Brien, second son of sir Donough O'Brien of Dromoland Castle, county Clare, married...
19, 215 Gloster Members of the Gloster family, George, James and Richard, held land in county Clare mainly in the pa...
5, 251-252 McAdam The McAdams were a Scottish family. Philip McAdam bought the Blackwater estate in the parish of St P...
122-123, 163, 268 Gore (Clonroad & Tyredagh Castle) In 1712 Henry 8th Earl of Thomond leased Clonroad, parish of Drumcliff, barony of Islands, county Cl...
220, 278 Quin (Quinsborough) Lord George Quin was the second son of Thomas Taylour, 1st Marquess of Headfort and Mary, only daugh...
5, 72 Joynt (Clareville) A Huguenot family located in the Limerick area from the late 17th century. William Joynt of Limeric...
99 Canny (Newmarket on Fergus) This family was resident in the Newmarket on Fergus locality of county Clare from the early 19th cen...
235 D'Esterre A French Hugenot family, who came to Ireland via Holland in the late 17th century and were granted...
251 Wood (Lota House) George Abraham Wood held some land in the parish of Feenagh, barony of Bunratty Upper, county Clare,...
53, 64 Creagh (Cahirbane) Weir writes that Charles Creagh and his wife went to live at Carrowbane, parish of Kilmaleery, baron...
181 O'Grady (Lismoyle) The O’Gradys were established in the Kilballyowen locality of county Limerick, from at least medieva...
67, 246 Fitzgerald (Shepperton) A junior branch of the Fitzgerald family of Carrigoran, county Clare, Charles Fitzgerald was the thi...
25, 160, 258 Studdert (Kilkishen) The Studdert families of Kilkishen and Bunratty, county Clare, are descended from the Reverend Georg...
49-50, 96, 208 Studdert (Bunratty) The Reverend George Studdert, rector of Kilpeacon and Rathkeale, county Limerick, was the son of Geo...
77, 105, 234 Westropp (Attyflin) Montiford Westropp settled in county Limerick in the mid 17th century. His son Montiford purchased...
284 Dalton (Woodpark) The Anglo Norman family of Dalton was established in county Clare from the early 17th century. Mich...
20, 95, 168, 264 Miller (Ballycaseymore) A Scottish family who were settled in the parish of Drumline, barony of Bunratty Lower, county Clare...
23, 110, 176, 208, 237 O'Brien (Dromoland) The introduction to the Inchiquin Papers in the National Library of Ireland records that, in about 1...
19-20 Colpoys (Ballycar) The Colpoys were originally from Hampshire, England. George Colpoys was living at Ballycar, parish...
19-20, 159, 186 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...
141-142 Molony (Granaghan) The Molonys of Granaghan, parish of Tomfinlough, barony of Bunratty Lower, county Clare, were descen...
224 Vandeleur (Rathlaheen) The Vandeleurs’ Rathlahine estate was in the parishes of Feenagh and Tomfinlough, barony of Bunratty...
66-67, 264 Blood Smyth In 1784 Matthew Blood, a Lieutenant in the 57th regiment, son of John Blood of Castlefergus, parish...
203-204 Sampson (Scarriff & Belmont) At the time of Griffith's Valuation John Sampson held six townlands in the parish of Moynoe, barony...
100-101, 150, 173, 203-204 Fitzgerald/Foster Vesey Fitzgerald (Moyriesk) This family of Fitzgeralds was originally Fitzgerald Fitzgibbon but the surname Fitzgibbon was dropp...
27-28, 67, 267-268 Butler (Ballyline/Millbrook) This family is a branch of the Butlers, Lords Dunboyne, descended from Sir Theobald Butler, a lawyer...
159, 247, 267-268 O'Connell (Kilgory) Daniel O'Connell appears to have been resident at Kilgory for the last 2 decades of the 18th century...
259 & 265 Enright (Templemaley) In the mid 19th century John Enright held an estate in the parishes of Templemaley and Kilraghtis, b...
209, 249 Mahon (Newpark) Patrick Mahon leased Newpark, Ennis, county Clare, from the Hickman family in 1810 and moved to live...
50, 57-58, 86 Spaight The Spaight family was originally from Kent. In the late 17th century Thomas Spaight was seneschal...
26-27, 66 Blood (Ballykilty) The Bloods of Ballykilty and Blood Smyths are junior branches of the Blood family of Cranagher, coun...
98 Martin (Brook Lodge) At the time of Griffith's Valuation, Nicholas Martin a minor, held 4 townlands in the parish of Feak...
24, 89 Caswell The Caswell family were farmers and millers in the Blackwater locality, parish of St Patricks, count...
89, 96 Steele (Cullane) A family originally from Somerset, who settled in county Clare in the early 18th century and acquire...
32-33, 166 Butler (Knappogue) The Lords Dunboyne of the 19th century were descended from James Butler of Cragnagowra, county Clare...
166, 203-204 Macnamara (Moyriesk) The Macnamaras were settled at Moyriesk, parish of Clooney, barony of Bunratty Upper, county Clare f...
67, 86, 139, 246-247 Gabbett (Co Clare) The Gabbetts of Castle Lake, Corbally and Shepperton, county Clare were a junior branch of the Gabbe...
7-8, 116 Bouchier/Bourchier (Co Clare) Thomas Bouchier/Bourchier, a soldier from Northamptonshire, settled in county Tipperary, at the begi...
137, 190 Arthur (Glenomera) A family who moved from county Limerick to Ballyquin, county Clare when they purchased land from the...
148, 103-104 Bentley (Hurdleston) The ancestors of the Bentleys received land in county Clare under the Cromwellian settlement of the...
39, 270-271 Going (Traverston & Violethill) Robert Going of Cranagh, county Tipperary, who died in the early 1730s, left three sons, Robert of T...
281-282 Hall (Woodfield) In 1831 the Reverend Savage Hall, second son of Savage Hall of Narrow Water, county Down, married An...
104, 105, 116, 209-210, 237, 256-257, 272 Massy (Doonass) The Reverend Charles Massy, Dean of Limerick, was a younger brother of Hugh, Baron Massy. He marrie...
120-121, 256-257 Vincent (Summerhill) The Vincents of county Clare were a branch of the Limerick family of that name. Burke's Landed Gent...
75 Brown (Clonboy) A family who settled at Clonboy, O'Briensbridge, county Clare in the early 18th century. They marri...
266-267 O'Donnell (Trough) This family were established in the Limerick area by the beginning of the 17th century. They suppor...
189-190, 266-267 Carroll (Merville House & Sligo) In the mid 19th century John Carroll held an estate in the parishes of Kilfarboy, barony of Ibrickan...
21-22, 74 Patterson The Pattersons were established in Ennis, county Clare, by the late 18th century. Marcus Patterson...
32 Parker (Castlelough & Ballyvalley) Captain John Parker was granted 1,242 acres in the barony of Owney and Arra, county Tipperary in 166...
87, 127-128, 166, 233-234 Ross-Lewin (Ross Hill) The Ross-Lewin estate was in the parishes of Kilchreest and Killadysert, barony of Clonderalaw, coun...
262-263 Purdon (Tinerana) The Purdons were active in the affairs of Limerick city but lived in the parish of Ogonnelloe, baron...
194 Baylee/Bayley (Mount Baylee) Henry Baylee of Loughgur, county Limerick, was a nephew of Sexten Baylee, Mayor of Limerick in 1758....
13 Macnamara (Ayle) The Macnamaras held land in the parish of Feakle, barony of Tulla Upper, county Clare, from the late...
47, 164-165, 168, 211 Molony (Kiltanon) This family were established in county Clare from the early 17th century and the Kiltanon branch are...
85-86, 238 Westropp (Coolreagh) Ralph Westropp, Mayor of Limerick 1800-1801, third son of Ralph Westropp of Lismehane (Mary Fort, Fo...
15 O'Callaghan (Ballinahinch) Weir writes that Ballinahinch, parish of Kilnoe, county Clare, belonged to the O'Callaghans from the...
206 Browne (Newgrove) The Brownes were Elizabethan settlers. In 1765 Thomas Browne of Newgrove married Mary Wesby and had...
45-46, 64-65, 206, 222-223 Brady/Brady Browne The Brady family in county Clare were descended from Hugh Brady, post-Reformation bishop of Meath. L...
47, 108 Scanlon/Scanlan (Drewsborough) In the 1870s William Scanlon of Drewsborough owned 540 acres in county Clare. The estate of William...
88-89 Molony (Cragg) The Molonys of Cragg, parish of Tulla, county Clare, share a common ancestry with the Molonys of nea...
234-235 Rynd In the 1870s the Reverend James William Rynd of Galbally, county Tipperary, owned 685 acres in count...
82 Ryan (Cloonnakilla) At the time of Griffith's Valuation John Ryan, a doctor, was living at Cloonnakilla, parish of Kilch...
27, 73 Coppinger (Barryscourt) At the time of Griffith's Valuation members of this county Cork family held land, particularly in th...
27 O'Connell (Barryscourt) Morgan John O’Connell was a son of John O’Connell of Grenagh, county Kerry, and his wife Elizabeth C...
76 Wandesforde The main Irish estate of the Wandesforde family, later Prior-Wandesforde, was in the Castlecomer are...
76, 90, 260 Studdert (Clonderalaw) Five generations of Studderts lived at Clonderalaw, parish of Kilmurry, barony of Clonderalaw, count...
41-42, 50 Reeves (Besborough) A family originally from Sussex who settled in Ireland in the mid 17th century. Their connection wi...
107-108, 163, 212, 283 Hickman (Kilmore) By his second marriage Gregory Hickman, merchant of Hamburgh, had three sons. The eldest, Walter, fo...
81, 260 Lloyd (Beechmount) In 1805 Colonel Thomas Lloyd purchased Beechmount in the parish of Rathkeale, barony of Connello Low...
6, 26, 81, 210, 253, 260, 278 Brew The Brew family were resident in Ennis, county Clare, from the mid 18th century. An agreement dated...
278 Moran (Willbrook) Austin Moran held almost 300 acres in the parishes of Killinaboy and Rath, barony of Inchiquin, coun...
89-90, 202-203 Kenny/Stacpoole Kenny Cecil Stacpoole Kenny records the history of the Kenny family and of some other related county Clare...
103 Kenny/Kelly Kenny (Treanmanagh) David Kenny of Tiermanna, barony of Ibrickan, county Clare, married Mary O'Gorman and died in 1833....
209 Hickman (Newpark) Richard Hickman of Newpark, Ennis, county Clare died in 1810. He was the father of Edward Shadwell...
27-28 Butler (Doon & Thornpark) The Butlers of Doonemulvihill, county Clare and Thornpark, county Galway are descended from James Bu...
16, 183-184, 264 Lucas In 1668 Benjamin Lucas was granted 311 acres at Lisdweene, barony of Moyarta, county Clare. Later t...
130-131 Kenny (Freagh Castle) According to the Cecil S. Kenny material in the National Library of Ireland, Matthias Kenny of Freag...
148, 156, 181 Comyn (Woodstock) From the mid 17th century the Comyn family were established at Kilcorney in county Clare. In 1796 L...
247-248 Wingfield Stratford Edward and John Wingfield were twin brothers, sons of Richard Wingfield, 3rd Viscount Powerscourt, a...
155 McGrath (Kilbarron) In 1677 Edmond Magrath, son and heir of Redmond Magrath, was granted 5,799 acres in the barony of Tu...
47, 272 Butler (Bunnahow & Walterstown) Both Hussey de Burgh and the Landowners state that William Butler of Bunmahon, owned an estate of ov...
104 Galway (Doon) By the mid 19th century Edward Galway was living at Doon, close to the border between counties Clare...
111, 234-235 Crowe (Nutfield) In his will dated 20 Aug 1767 James Crowe of Dublin leaves the lands of Nutfield otherwise Drumconor...
233, 261-262 Woulfe (Teermaclane) Teermaclane, parish of Killone, barony of Islands, county Clare, was acquired by Nicholas Woulfe fro...
118-119 O'Brien (Ennistymon) This branch of the O'Briens were descended from Sir Donnagh O'Brien of Duagh of Elizabethan times. I...
80 O'Kelly (Clonina) The 2,169 acres estate of John O'Kelly of Clonina [Clooneenagh], parish of Kilmacduane, barony of Mo...
209 O'Dwyer (Kilmurry) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Edmund, James and William O'Dwyer held land in the parishes of K...
63-64 Roughan At the time of Griffith's Valuation Margaret Roughan held land in the parish of Kilcorney, barony of...
123 O'Brien (Fanore) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Edward Donatus O'Brien held an estate in the parishes of Kilmurr...
168, 253-254 McMahon (Knockane) At the time of Griffith's Valuation the representatives of John McMahon held land in the parishes of...
162 Smith (Ballynanty) Charles Wilmot Smith was the son of John Wilmot Smith and his wife, Mary Lloyd of Beechmount, county...
139 Studdert (Glenwood) A junior branch of the Kilkishen Studderts held an estate in the parish of Kilnamona, barony of Inch...
41, 255 Wilson (Belvoir) The Wilson family settled at Belvoir, near Sixmilebridge, county Clare, in the 18th century. Richar...
116 Wallplate (Elm Hill & Castleconnell) In May 1860 the estate of female members of the Wallplate family was advertised for sale in the Land...
250 Fitzgerald (Sorrel Island) In 1800 Henry Gonne Molony leased lands in the baronies of Islands and Clonderalaw, county Clare, to...
241-242 Casey (Kilmurry) From the mid 18th century the Caseys held land in the parish of Kilmurry, barony of Ibrickan, county...
37 Hynes (Bayfield) The representatives of James Hynes held land in the parish of Carran, barony of Burren, county Clare...
220 Honan (Limerick) Martin Honan was a large grain exporter in Limerick city. Some sources say he was the son of Matthew...
182, 210, 237, 266 Walsh/Welsh (Newtown) Weir writes that this family were transplanted from county Kilkenny to county Clare in the 17th cent...
108 Skehan (Drewsborough) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Michael Skehan held a small estate in the parish of Tomgraney, b...
175, 233 O'Grady/Grady (Landscape) Thomas O'Grady was a brother of Standish O'Grady, 1st Viscount Guillamore. His eldest son was Stand...
124, 202-203 Henchy (Moynoe) The Henchy family were established in county Clare from the early 18th century and descend from Pete...
57, 136 Kirwan (Moyne) John Stratford Kirwan bought the Moyne estate, parish of Abbeyknockmoy, barony of Tiaquin, from Mich...
135-136 O'Brien (Glencolumbkille) A branch of the O'Briens who lived at Glencolumkille, parish of Carran, barony of Burren, county Cla...
122 O'Brien (Fairy Hill) The O'Briens owned land at Fairy Hill, parish of Kilmaley, barony of Islands, county Clare, from the...
53 White (Caherblonick) In the 1870s Thomas Warren White, a barrister, of Kildare Street, Dublin, and of Caherblonick, paris...
252 Pery Sometime in the mid 17th century Susanna Sexton, eventually heiress to the Sexton estates in county...
250-251 Morice (Springfield) The Reverend Francis Morice, rector of Traderee, county Clare, married Mary Spraight of Sixmilebridg...
264 McGrath (Toonagh) In 1852 William Henry McGrath married Bridget O'Brien, a daughter of Cornelius O'Brien of Birchfield...
24 Maunsell (Oakly Park & Blackwater) This was a junior branch of the Maunsell family of Ballywilliam, county Limerick. Their main reside...
56-57 Lefroy (Killaloe) This was a junior branch of the Lefroy family of Carrig-glass, county Longford. They were descended...
100, 229-230 Shannon (Ennistymon) In the 1870s James Shannon, a solicitor, of Rivoli, Ennistymon, county Clare and of Dublin, owned 87...
71 Jackson (Fanningstown) Hamilton Llewellyn Jackson was descended from the Goulds of Upwey, Dorset, England and the Jacksons...
179 Finucane (Lifford) Andrew Finucane born 1680 was the third son of Daniel Finucane and Helena O'Shaughnessy of Ballynacr...
180 Armstrong (Lismoher) The Armstrongs appear to have been established at Lismoher, parish of Noughaval, county Clare in the...
231 D'Arcy (Newforest) This branch of the D'Arcy family were descended from Martin D'Arcy, second son of James 'Riveagh' D'...
5, 50-51 Davenport Thomas Evans Davenport is recorded as holding lands in both counties Clare and Limerick in the mid 1...
51 Goggin William Goggin of Mary Street, Limerick, printer and bookseller, married as his second wife, Susanna...
128 Kelly (Fortview) In the 1870s the representatives of Patrick Kelly owned over a thousand acres in county Clare.
47-48 O'Gorman (Buncraggy) At the time of Griffith's Valuation James O'Gorman held lands in the parishes of Kilkeedy, barony of...
40 O'Gorman (Belleview) This branch of the O'Gorman family are descended from from James O'Gorman of Ennis, county Clare and...
43-44 Blood (Brickhill) Descended from Reverend Neptune Blood, Dean of Kilfenora, county Clare, Neptune Bood married Elizabe...
83 Creagh (Bally Andrew) This family were established in county Cork from the 16th century and share a common ancestry with t...
146 Furnell ''Burke's Irish Family Records'' refers to two Furnell brothers coming to Ireland in 1645 and settli...
182, 272 Phelps Thomas Phelps, a Cromwellian soldier from Gloucestershire, was granted lands in counties Tipperary,...
139 Maunsell (Limerick) The Maunsell family were originally from Buckinghamshire. They settled at Mocollop, county Waterfor...
264 O'Brien (Parkview) John Stackpoole O'Brien of Parkview, Tandragee, county Armagh, owned 1,769 acres in county Clare in...
46, 150, 270 Stapleton Weir records the Stapleton family as resident in the Crusheen locality of county Clare in the mid 18...
19-20 Abbott The Misses Abbott are recorded in Griffith's Valuation as landholders in the parish of Tomfinlough,...
28-29 Cahill (Ballymurphy) The Cahills were resident at Ballymurphy, parish of Templemaley, county Clare from at least 1814 unt...
219 Chambers Hussey de Burgh note that John Chambers with an address at Querrin, parish of Moyarta, Kilrush, co...
264 Judd At the time of Griffith's Valuation William C. Judd held land in the parish of Clooney, barony of Bu...
107, 217 Griffith (Co Clare) Richard Griffith of Cork owned 4,949 acres in county Clare in the 1870s. Weir associates the name Gr...
52 O'Hara (Raheen) It was to the Raheen area that some of the Kilkelly family moved when they were deprived of lands a...
128, 198 Studdert (Fort House) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Richard Studdert held land in the parishes of Moyarta, barony of...
182, 216 Studdert (Pella) In 1830 John Fitzgerald Studdert of Pella, county Clare, married Anne, daughter of Reverend Richard...
11, 256 Studdert (Kilkee) Jonas Studdert of Atlantic Lodge, Kilkee, county Clare was the fourth son of George Studdert of Clon...
108-109, 146, 282 Hickey (Co Clare) The Hickeys or O'Hickeys were an old Gaelic family, hereditary physicians to the O'Briens, Kings of...
51 Taylor (Kilfergus) Christiana Taylor held an estate in the parishes of Kilfergus, barony of Shanid and Abington, barony...
22, 126 O'Halloran Based on information in the common place book of Thady O'Halloran (1727-1798) the O'Hallorans appear...
84 Callaghan (Lotabeg) Daniel Callaghan, Member of Parliament for Cork city on a number of occasions, was the second son of...