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Reference Source

McPARLAN, James. ''Statistical Survey of the county of Leitrim''. Dublin: Royal Dublin Society, 1802.

Source Details

Category Contemporary printed sources

Estate Records Citing this Source

Found 31 estate records citing this source.

Reference Estate Name Estate Description
110 Ponsonby (Bessborough, Earl of ) The Bessborough estate held lands in the parishes of Fenagh and Kiltoghert, county Leitrim during th...
110 Clements The Clements family in Ireland were descended from Daniel Clements, a Cromwellian officer, originall...
110. Russell In 1853 the Dalgan estate was bought by the Duke of Bedford for Lady de Clifford, who was the wife o...
110 Carleton McParlan records Mr. Carleton as the owner of lands in Leitrim in 1802 but not a resident proprietor...
110. Jones (Leitrim) Catherine Penelope Jones was a lessor of land in several townlands in Drumreilly parish as well as e...
110. Keon McParlan records that a member of the Keon family, a minor, was a non-resident proprietor in Leitri...
110. La Touche The La Touche family owned extensive estates in Kildare and Wicklow as well as property interests in...
110. Madden (Leitrim) McParlan records Mr. Madden as a non-resident proprietor in county Leitrim in 1802. John Madden is r...
110. Rowley (Co Leitrim) The Rowley family inherited the Campbell estate at Mountcampbell through the marriage, in 1766, of C...
110. Tottenham The Tottenham family's main properties were based in Leinster, especially in the counties of Wicklow...
110. Wynne The Wynne family established themselves in Sligo in the later 17th century. They went on to become o...
110. White (Cloone Grange) Samuel White, son of Luke White of Luttrelstown, county Dublin, was MP for Leitrim and resided at Ki...
111. Algeo The Algoe family occupied an estate in this part of Leitrim through much of the 19th century. As wel...
111. O'Brien (Mohill) McParlan includes Mr. O'Brien, Drumrahan, on a list of "resident gentleman of property" in 1802....
111. O'Beirne (Drumsna) The O'Beirne estate was centred on Drumsna where they had a house at Jamestown. McParlan includes Mr...
111. Cunningham (Port) McParlan includes Bryan Conyngham, Porte, on a list of "resident gentleman of property" in 1802. M...
111. Crofton (Mohill) In the 1870s Sir Morgan Crofton held almost 10,000 acres in county Leitrim. the estate was centred o...
111. Carter (Dromahaire) McParlan includes John Carter and brothers of Drumlease on a list of "resident gentlement of propert...
111. Cullen The Cullen family had held land in Leitrim, particularly in the Manorhamilton and Kinlough areas, si...
111. Dickson The Dickson family acquired lands in the Tullaghan area of the parish of Rossinver, county Leitrim,...
111. Gore (Woodford) In 1703 William Gore of Woodford bought part of the estate of Charles O'Connor, attainted, in the ba...
111. Irwin (Leitrim & Monaghan) William N. Irwin, a medical doctor, held land at Beihy, parish of Cloone, barony of Mohill, county L...
111. Johnston (Friarstown) The Friarstown estate was held on lease by the Johnston family from the Earl of Milltown though Fria...
111. Johnston (Kinlough) The Johnston family from Fermanagh purhased this land in Leitrim in the early 18th century. In 1802...
111. Keon McParlan records that a member of the Keon family, a minor, was a non-resident proprietor in Leitri...
111. Lawder/Lauder The Lawders were a Scottish family who came to Ireland in the late 16th century marrying into landed...
111. Morton (Leitrim) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Charles and James Morton were the lessors of lands in the parish...
111. Percy The estate at Garadice was offered for sale in the Landed Estates Court in May 1865 on behalf of fiv...
111 Reynolds George Nugent Reynolds was the owner of Letterfine in the late 18th century. McParlan records Mr. Re...
111. Simpson (Clooncorick) A family who settled in the Drumsna area of county Leitrim at the beginning of the 18th century. Mr....
111. Shanley William Shanley is recorded as the owner of over 150 acres near Ballinamore in the 1870s. McParlan...