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ORDNANCE SURVEY NAME BOOKS, County Roscommon

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Found 116 estate records citing this source.

Reference Estate Name Estate Description
I, 39 (Curraghmore), 58 (Lisadurn), 91 (Heathfield), 281 (Runnamoat). Balfe The Balfe family were settled at Heathfield in county Roscommon in the 18th century but had moved to...
Vol I, 41 Longfield At the time of Griffith's Valuation William Longfield's estate was in the parishes of Athleague and...
I, 636 (Castlestrange), II, 66 (Coolmeen) & III, 253 (Ballygalda or Trist) Mitchell (Castle Strange) Cornet Thomas Mitchell from Scotland settled at Castlestrange, county Roscommon in the mid 17th cent...
II, 334 Crofton (Mote Park) The senior branch of the Crofton family settled at Ballymurray, county Roscommon in the 16th century...
Vol II, 62 (Mount Prospect), 258 (Sandfield House) & Vol III, 89 & 105 (Creta) Coote The Coote family settled in Queen's county (county Laois) in the early 17th century and the head of...
II, 257 (Scregg) Kelly (Scregg) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Edmund Kelly held an estate in the parishes of Killinvoy and Kil...
II, 257 Plunkett (Mountplunkett) The Plunketts were a Catholic family residing at Mountplunkett from the 18th century. Christopher Ge...
III, 213 (Rahara) & 214 (Longfield) Sproule In the mid 19th century the Sproule estate was in the parish of Rahara, barony of Athlone, county Ro...
I, 202 (Curraghboy), IV, 217 (Mount Talbot), 220 (Bushy Park) & 222 (Bellgrove House) Talbot (Mount Talbot) The Talbots were descended from a younger son of the Talbots of Malahide in the 16th century. They w...
II, 73 (Tobervaddy) & 93 (Brook Lodge) Ormsby (Tobervaddy) A branch of the Ormsby family was settled at Toberavaddy in the parish of Fuerty, barony of Athlone,...
III, 80 Smyth (New Park) In 1808 Ralph Smyth of Barbaville, Collinstown, county Westmeath, married Eliza daughter and heiress...
I, 350 Naghten (Thomastown) The Naghtens or O'Naghtens were one of the old Gaelic families who managed to retain some of their f...
I, 353 Walsh/Hussey Walsh Richard Walsh, a younger son of the Walsh family of county Kilkenny, was transplanted to Crannagh, p...
I, 352, III, 193 (Kilbegley) Dillon (Johnstown) The Dillons, originally from county Westmeath, were lease holders in the parish of Drum, barony of A...
I, 197 (Lysterfield - Burne) Trench (Woodlawn) The Trench family at Woodlawn were one of a number of Trench families who came to prominence in coun...
III, 83 Wilson (Rockhill) The Wilsons held an estate of just under 300 acres at Carrownolan, parish of Kiltoom, barony of Athl...
IV, 77 Kelly (Turrock) This family of Kellys had an estate in the parishes of Taghboy and Cam, barony of Athlone, county Ro...
IV, 8 & 23 Kelly (Kellybrook) The townland of Kellybrook was in the 2 parishes of Killinvoy and St Johns, barony of Athlone, count...
IV, 16 (Galeybeg) & 20 (Carrownure) Bond (Carrownure) The Bonds were descended from a Presbyterian minister who settled in county Longford in the mid 18th...
IV, 85-102 Molyneux (Co Roscommon) Samuel Molyneux of county Armagh bought lands in the parish of Taghmaconnell, barony of Athlone, cou...
IV, 109 Keogh (Keoghville) The Keoghs were large landowners in county Roscommon before the Acts of Settlement when they lost mu...
IV, 108 (Feakel), 110 (Esker) & 119 (Camlagh) Newcomen In the late 17th century a junior branch of the Newcomen family of county Longford moved to Knock, c...
IV, 78 ffrench (Claremont) Gonville ffrench was a younger brother of the 3rd Baron ffrench of Castle ffrench, county Galway. H...
IV, 78 Fallon (Ballina) A branch of the the Gaelic chieftain family of O'Fallon was granted land at Ballina in the parish of...
IV, 15 Dowell (Co Roscommon) In the 1850s Miss Eliza Dowell held a townland in the each of the parishes of Kiltoom and Taghboy an...
II, 258 Kelly (Churchboro) A branch of the Kelly family was resident at Churchboro on the church lands of Killinvoy, barony of...
III, 67 Burne James Burne, a Quaker farmer, was resident at Galy in the parish of Killinvoy, barony of Athlone in...
IV, 120 Murphy (Bellfield) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Michael E. Murphy held Gortanabla in the parish of Taghmaconnell...
IV, 113 Newcomen In the late 17th century a junior branch of the Newcomen family of county Longford moved to Knock, c...
I, 351 (Crannagh) Potts The Drum Heritage Group record Correen, parish of Moore, barony of Moycarn, county Roscommon as the...
III, 214 Hunt (Co Roscommon) According to Burke's ''Landed Gentry'' (1904), John Hunt owned extensive estates in county Roscommon...
IV, 35 Incorporated Society In the mid 19th century the Incorporated Society for the promotion of English Protestant Schools in...
IV, 120 Moore/O'Moore (Cloonbigny) In 1629 John Moore of Brees, county Mayo, settled his Cloonbigney estate in the parish of Taghmaconn...
I, 202 Byrne/Burne (Curraghboy) William Gacquin states that the Byrne family were middlemen who came to Cam parish, barony of Athlon...
Vol. I, 149. Hackett In the 1830s John L. Hackett was holding lands in the parish of Boyle from Lord Lorton's estate. At...
Vol. I, 31. O'Donnell (Boyle) Robert O'Donnell was the owner of over 700 acres in county Roscommon in the 1870s. His estate was ba...
Vol. I, 19. Acheson James and William Acheson are recorded as the owners of over 800 and 300 acres respectively in count...
Vol. I, 18 & 19. Mulloy In the later nineteenth century the Mulloy estate was centred on the demesne of Hughestown, county R...
Vol.I, 3. Little (Knockadoo) Joseph Bennett Little, with an address at Knockadoo, Boyle, was the owner of over 500 acres in count...
Vol. I, 7. Barton The centre of the Barton estate was at Waterfoot near Pettigo in county Donegal. Through marriages w...
Vol. I, 7. Peyton (Knockvicar) The representatives of Charles Peyton are recorded as the owners of over 600 acres in county Roscomm...
Vol. I, 6. Phibbs (Seafield) The Phibbs family acquired an estate in Kilmacowen in the late 18th century. The estate was based ar...
Vol. I, 8 Walsh (Mohill) John Walsh was leasing property from Rev. Augustus Crofton in Mohill parish in the 1850s. He is also...
Vol. I, 18, 20. Neville Anne Neville is recorded as one of the principal lessors of property in the parish of Ardcarn, baron...
Vol. I, 25. McCausland (Limavady) The McCausland family of Drenagh or Fruit Hill, Limavady, county Derry, held almost 5000 acres in co...
Vol. I, 92 Trant In 1876 Dominick Dillon Trant offered over 800 acres of his estate in the barony of Castlerea, count...
Vol. I, 90 (Emlagh), 98 (Rathmoyle) & Vol II, 18 (Raheen). Irwin (Rathmoyle) Richard, Robert and John Irwin were occupiers and lessors of property in the parish of Baslick, baro...
Vol. I, 89. O'Conor (Milltown/Milton) The O'Conors of Milltown, barony of Castlereagh, county Roscommon, share a common ancestry with the...
Vol. I, 122. Robertson At the time of Griffith's Valuation Caleb Robertson was the lessor of several properties in the pari...
Vol. I, 122. Crofton (Mohill) In the 1870s Sir Morgan Crofton held almost 10,000 acres in county Leitrim. the estate was centred o...
Vol. I, 125 Duckworth William Duckworth held an estate at Erris close to Boyle at the time of Griffith's Valuation which h...
Vol. I, 122. Fry The Fry estate was located adjacent to Boyle. The family had been invited to Boyle by Lord Kingston...
Vol. I, 152. McGusty George McGusty was one of the principal lessors in the parish of Kilmacumsy, barony of Frenchpark, a...
Vol. I, 134 (Ballymore), 153 (Knockadoo) Elwood (Roscommon) The Elwood family settled at Kilkeeran Castle, in the parish of Kilmainebeg, barony of Kilmaine, cou...
Vol. 1, 153 (Knockadoo) Lloyd (Croghan & Leitrim) The Lloyd estate was centred on Croghan, close to Carrick-on-Shannon but located in county Roscommon...
Vol. I, 323. Comyn (Kilconnell) Burke's ''Landed Gentry of Ireland'' states that Andrew Comyn of Ryefield, county Roscommon, married...
I, 358 Hamilton Christopher Hamilton's estate in the parish of Drumatemple, barony of Ballymoe, county Roscommon was...
I, 283 (Ballymacurly) & 366 (Tenny Park) O'Beirne/Byrne/Burns (Tinny Park) Hugh Burns/O'Beirne held an estate in the parishes of Drumatemple, barony of Ballymoe, Kilglass, bar...
I, 365 & 366 (Bopeep) Young (Castlerea & Sligo) The Young family held lands in the parish of Drumcliff according to the 1749 Census of Elphin. In 18...
I, 369 (Emlaghroy - Armstrong) & 370 (Dunamon) Caulfeild (Dunamon) The Dunamon estate was held under a lease for 500 years from John King, Lord Kingston to Thomas Caul...
Vol I, 363 (Laragh and Ross) & 364 (Dundermot) O'Conor (Dundermot) A branch of the O'Conor Don family who resided at Dundermot for 2 generations in the 19th century. I...
I, 276 & 286 (Brierfield) Hawkes (Brierfield) Charles Hawkes settled in county Roscommon in the late 17th century and was a younger son of Captain...
I, 365 & 366 (Leabeg) Irwin (Beechwood) Christopher Irwin of Newtown and Leabeg, barony of Ballymoe, county Roscommon was a younger brother...
II, 184 & 203 (Gillstown) Cox At the time of Griffith's Valuation Thomas Cox held land in the parish of Kilglass, barony of Ballin...
Vol II, 186 King (Drumsna) The King family descend from the Reverend Edward King, Bishop of Elphin (1611-1639) who was granted...
Vol.II, 119 (Bloomfield) & 266, Vol III, 64 (Beechwood) Ferrall (Co Roscommon) In the early 19th century John Farrell or Ferrall acquired large tracts of land mainly in county Ros...
Vol II, 81(Hollywell) Capell Griffith's Valuation as well as sale notices for the Landed Estates Court show that the Earl of Esse...
Vol II, 81 & 99 Blakeney (Holywell) In 1761 Charles Blakeney, a member of a junior branch of the Blakeneys of Abbert, married Bridget, d...
Vol II, 84 Digby (Drumdaff) Thomas Digby was resident at Ballymartin, parish of Rosccommon in 1749. In 1828 Thomas G. Digby was...
Vol III, 253 (Blakeney) Roper (Hazelbrook) A county Roscommon family, established at Hazelbrook from the end of the 18th century, family member...
Vol II, 89 (Roxborough) & Vol III, 256 (Carrowroe) Goff This family were descended from the Goff family of Kingstown, Dublin who had married into the Caulfi...
Vol II, 166 Lyster (Fairymount) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Anne Lyster held an estate in the parish of Kilgefin, barony of...
Vol II, 108 & 203 (Lavagh) & 342 & 369 (Ballycummin) Hanly/Hanley A family who lost most of their lands in the barony of Ballintober, county Roscommon, in the mid 17t...
Vol II, 89 Gaynor The Gaynors held land from the Goff family at Roxborough, parish of Kilbride, barony of Ballintober...
Vol II, 355 & 369 (Ashfort) Waldron/Waldron Hamilton A Leicestershire family who settled at Cartron near Carrick-on-Shannon on the county Leitrim/Roscomm...
Vol II, 346 & 369 King (Drumsna) The King family descend from the Reverend Edward King, Bishop of Elphin (1611-1639) who was granted...
Vol II, 348 & 369 Nugent In April 1678 Richard Nugent Earl of Westmeath was granted an estate of over 11,000 acres in the bar...
Vol II, 352 (Dangan King) O'Beirne (Dangan) The families of Hugh O'Beirne and Patrick O'Beirne were both descended from Teige O'Beirne resident...
Vol II, 356 & 367 Auchmuty At the time of Griffith's Valuation Alicia A. Auchmuty held a small estate in the parish of Kilmore,...
Vol II, 364 & 370 Kelly (Tully) The Kellys were living at Tully, parish of Kilmore, barony of Ballintober South, county Roscommon, i...
Vol II, 165 O'Conor (Ballagh) According to "Our Correspondent" writing in the ''Tuam Herald'' of 1 Dec 1928, Ballagh was the prope...
Vol. II, 46. Irwin (Roscommon & Galway) Andrew Irwin, of Ballymore, Boyle, county Roscommon, held over 700 acres in county Galway in the 187...
Vol.II, 52. Dundas In the early 1760s the Dundas family purchased an estate in counties Roscommon and Sligo from the Ki...
Vol III, 252 Davis (Martinstown) James Davis, eldest son of George Davys FitzRichard (1703-1767), married Frances, daughter of George...
Vol III, 245 & 246 Neligan The Neligans held the 664 acres of the townland of Emlaghmore, parish of Oran, barony of Ballymoe, c...
Vol. III, 192. Lynch (Moycarn) Owen Lynch had an estate in the parish of Moore, barony of Moycarn, in the mid-nineteenth century. I...
Vol II, 194-195. St. George Richard St George, a member of a Cambridgeshire family, came to Ireland in the 17th century and was...
Vol. III, 195. Mather Daniel Mather was one of the principal lessors of property in the parish of Moore, barony of Moycar...
Vol IV, 146 (Caher), 165 (Derry). French /ffrench (Frenchpark) Patrick French fitzStephen of Galway is recorded as the earliest member of the family to be associat...
Vol.IV, 164. French (Errit Lodge) In the mid 19th century the Right Honourable Fitzstephen French of Erritt Lodge, Member of Parliamen...
Vol I, 53 Browne (Cloonfad) Melvin writes that this was a wealthy branch of the Browne family. Catherine daughter of Martin Bro...
Vol I, 48 & 69 (Rushhill) & Vol II, 107 (Mount Pleasant) Devenish The Devenish family were resident in county Roscommon from the 17th century. By the late 18th cent...
Vol I, 57 Begg The Beggs were resident in the parish of Aughrim, barony and county of Roscommon, in the mid 18th ce...
Vol I, 61 (Rockville) Lloyd (Rockville) Rockville, originally a Blackburn property, came into the possession of the Lloyd family following t...
Vol I, 182 (Castlenode) Morton At the time of Griffith's Valuation John Morton held land in the parish of Kilglass, barony of Balli...
Vol I, 227 (Cloonshee House), 228 & 238 (Mosshill House, townland of Corkeenagh) Conry (Cloonahee) Cloonahee, barony of Roscommon, was part of the ancient territory of the O Maolchonaires or Conrys,...
3, 32 & 37 Lloyd (Smith Hill) The Lloyds of Smith Hill were a branch of the Lloyds of Croghan. Robert Jones Lloyd of Smithhill Ho...
Vol II, 4 French (Cloonyquin) ''Burke's Irish Family Records'' states that Arthur French of Tyrone bought Cloonyquin from the Righ...
14 & 31 Taaffe (Foxborough) A family of Taaffe were established as landowners in the Strokestown area from the 18th century. Ge...
Vol II, 9 (Clogherbeg) & 19 (Rossmore) Murphy (Castlereagh) Burke's ''Landed Gentry of Ireland'' (1904) traces the descent of this family from William Murphy of...
Vol II, 13 & 32 (Elphin) O'Conor (Mount Druid) Denis O'Conor was one of the principlal lessors in the parish of Kilcorkey, barony of Castlereagh at...
Vol II, 119 Toler (Bloomfield) In the mid 19th century the Reverend Peter Toler held lands in the parishes of Kilcooley and Killuki...
Vol III, 231 Kelly (Cargins) Ignatius Kelly, son of Edmund Kelly of Castleruby, was residing at Carrigens at the time of the Cens...
Vol IV, 45 Carroll (Cherryfield) In the 1850s John W. Carroll and Richard Wolsley held an estate in the parish of Cloontuskert, baron...
Vol I, 230 & 238 (Kinnard) Plunkett (Castleplunket) Joseph Plunket of Carrowreagh and Patrick Plunket of Braiscan are recorded as gentlemen in the Censu...
Vol IV, 54 Conroy Descended from the Gaelic family of O'Mulconry of county Roscommon, this branch of the Conroy family...
Vol IV, 5 & 55 Grace The Mantua estate in county Roscommon came into Grace ownership in the 18th century through the marr...
Vol II, 267-278 Keogh (Tirerrill) At the time of the first Ordnance Survey in the 1830s John Keogh of Dublin was the proprietor of a n...
Vol III, 97 (Tubberpatrick) Lawder (Tully) Bryan Lawder, a farmer, was resident at Tully, parish of Elphin in 1749. The Lawder pedigree shows t...
Vol IV, 220 (Bushy Park) Barlow (Co Roscommon) Jane Barlow is recorded as one of the principal lessors of property in the parish of Ardcarn, barony...