Landed Estates
NUI Galway
Reference Source

TAYLOR, George & SKINNER, Andrew. ''Maps of the Roads of Ireland, surveyed in 1777 and corrected down to 1783''. Facsimile of 2nd edition. Shannon: Irish University Press, 1969

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Estate Records Citing this Source

Found 442 estate records citing this source.

Reference Estate Name Estate Description
224 Jones (Streedagh) The Jones family were granted lands previously in the possession of O'Connor Sligo. It is thought th...
79 (Elmhall), 213 & 217 (Creagh) Cuff Sir James Cuff was granted the town and lands of Ballinrobe, barony of Kilmaine, county Mayo, under...
226 Gore Booth The Gore Booth family were descended from Sir Francis Booth who was granted land at Ardtermon, bar...
226 Springfield? O'Beirne The O'Beirne family held property in the town of Sligo. They appear to also have had long leases on...
226 Parke According to O'Rorke, the Parkes received land under the Cromwellian settlement and established them...
224 Ormsby (Cummeen) Thomas Ormsby acquired land in Sligo in the mid-17th century and the family expanded to hold propert...
224 Chambers The Chambers family came to Kilmacowen in the 18th century when they took over the former Smith esta...
240 Costello (Edmondstown) The Costellos were settled at Castlemore, parish of Castlemore, barony of Costello, county Mayo, fro...
216 (Castlecarra) & 218 (Corrandulla) Lynch Blosse A Galway family who lost most of their estates in that county under Cromwell but received extensive...
73 Browne (Brownhall) An estate established in the mid 17th century by royal grants to Edward Browne. This family of Bro...
217 (Garracloon) Blake (Garracloon) A property in the parish of Cong, barony of Kilmaine, county Mayo, which passed to George Blake, sec...
217 (Ellison) Pitcairn At the time of Griffith's Valuation Reverend David Pitcairn, son in law of Arthur Guinness of Dublin...
224 Perceval The Perceval family succeeded to lands in Sligo in the mid 17th when George Perceval married Mary Cr...
214 O'Malley (Eden) A Catholic legal family who were involved in the rising of 1798. This family held two townlands in t...
70 (Moorefield) Moore (Moorbrook) A junior branch of the Moores of Moorehall held an estate in the parish of Toomore, barony of Gallen...
70 (Newcastle, O'Donel) O'Malley (Newcastle) This branch of the O'Malley family of Burrishoole, held an estate of about 1,500 acres in the parish...
220 Ormsby (Ballinamore) The Ballinamore estate, in the parish of Killedan, barony of Gallen, county Mayo, was granted to the...
224 (Streamstown) & 238 (Roxborough) Irwin (Streamstown) Various members of the Irwin family are recorded as the owners of land in county Sligo in the 1870s....
224 (Nymphsfield) O'Hara The O'Haras were the only Gaelic family to continue as major landowners in County Sligo up to modern...
224 Crofton (Sligo) The Croftons acquired land in the 17th century from the McSweeneys which had previously been part of...
220 Joyce (Oxford) Martin Joyce was transplanted to the parish of Killedan, barony of Gallen, county Mayo by the Cromwe...
70 O'Donel (Newcastle) From the mid 18th century a branch of the family of O'Donels of Newport, county Mayo, resided at New...
219 Cormack/Cormick A family originally from Munster who purchased land in the barony of Erris, county Mayo, in the earl...
219 Gardiner (Courthill) The Ordnance Survey Name Books record John Gardiner of Courthill leasing lands from the Earl of Arra...
219 Gore (Castle Gore) In 1666 the Gores were granted extensive estates, over 14,700 acres, in the barony of Tirawley, coun...
70 Vaughan Of Welsh descent, the Vaughan family had an estate in the parishes of Kilbelfad and Ballynahaglish,...
219 Jackson (Enniscoe) Francis Jackson, a Cromwellian soldier, bought extensive lands in the barony of Tirawley, county May...
219 Knox (Castlereagh) The Knoxes came from county Donegal and settled at Castlereagh in the 17th century. By the early 1...
219 Knox (Rappa) Originally a Crofton estate which passed through a marriage connection to a younger son of the Knoxe...
219 Palmer The Palmer family held extensive estates in counties Mayo and Sligo, some of which they were granted...
70 Knox /Blake Knox (Moyne Abbey) The senior branch of the Knox family in county Mayo who were descended from William Knox of Castlere...
219 Ormsby (Gortnaraby) By the late 17th century a branch of the Ormsby family had settled at Cloghans, parish of Kilbelfad,...
219 Palmer (Summerhill) In 1741 James O'Hara, 2nd Baron Tyrawley, leased an estate in the parish of Templemurry, barony of T...
219 Perkins John Perkins was agent for some of the property owned by the Gores, Earls of Arran in the first half...
215 Browne (Westport) A very large estate in county Mayo, much of it formerly Bourke property, was acquired by Colonel Joh...
73 Browne (Breaghwy) A junior branch of the Brownes of the Neale, county Mayo, was located in the parish of Breaghwy in t...
78 & 214 (Newboro) Lynch/Crean Lynch A junior branch of the Lynch Blosse family baronets, who obtained leases of the Clogher estate, in t...
79 (Rockland) Ellison Burke records that this family came to the west of Ireland in the mid 17th century from Newcastle on...
216 & 223 Chambers William Chambers acted as agent for some of the property owned by Colonel John Browne of Westport, c...
216 Bourke (Kinturk) A branch of the Bourke family held an estate at Kinturk, parish of Ballyhean, barony of Carra, count...
217 Lynch (Partry) Sir Henry Lynch of Castlecarra, granted his mother the lands of Cloonlagheen, parish of Ballyovey, b...
223 Sheridan An estate comprised of the three townlands of Derrylea, Pheasant Hill and Derrycoosh, in the parish...
216 (Port Royal) Gildea The Gildeas were established at Port Royal in county Mayo from early in the 18th century, where they...
79 Browne (Raheens) A junior branch of the Brownes of the Neale held an estate in the parishes of Aglish and Islandeady,...
79 (Rockland) Bingham The Binghams were military commanders sent to Connacht in the 16th century, where they settled in th...
79 (Tallyhoe) O'Malley (Hawthorn) The descendants of Charles O'Malley of Belclare, barony of Murrisk, county Mayo, were settled in the...
223 (Turlough & Rockfield) FitzGerald (Turlough) This family from Gorteens in county Kilkenny was transplanted to county Mayo under the Cromwellian s...
223 McDonnell (Breandrum) Records in the Westport Estate Papers document the McDonnells' possession of the lands of Breandrum...
79 & 223 (Mount Gordon) Boyd (Mount Gordon) In 1716 the Boyds bought the estate of Crosspatrick, parish of Killala, barony of Tirawley, county M...
217 (Browne) Blake (Cloonee) The Blakes of Lakeview or Cloonee held an estate in the parish of Kilmainebeg, barony of Kilmaine, c...
217 Martyn (Curraghmore) Abstracts of original documents in the Blake Papers show that an estate at Curraghmore was granted t...
217 D'Arcy (Houndswood) John D'Arcy was granted almost 1,700 acres in the baronies of Ross and Athenry, county Galway and in...
78 & 213 Blake (Renvyle) Henry Blake returned from Montserrat in 1676 and, according to Martin J. Blake, bought the Lehinch e...
78 Lindsey (Hollymount) This branch of the Lindsey family were descended from a younger son of the first Lindsey of Turin, p...
78 (Lane) Lewin (Cloghans) A family who were settled on the Galway/Mayo border at Cloghans, parish of Kilmainemore, barony of K...
78 (Kirwan) Lindsey Bucknall The Lindseys were well established in north Mayo at the beginning of the 18th century. On 14 Dec 17...
217 Browne (Neale) A family established at The Neale, county Mayo, from the 16th century which they were regranted alon...
79 & 220 (Newbrook) Bingham (Newbrook) This estate was founded by John Bingham of Foxford, county Mayo, younger brother of Sir Henry Bingha...
216 Browne (Brownstown) A junior branch of the Brownes of The Neale and of Westport, county Mayo, who originally settled at...
217 Lynch (Ballycurrin) An estate in the parish of Shrule, barony of Kilmaine, county Mayo, in the possession of the Lynch f...
76 &213. Blake (Doonmacreena & Oranmore) This branch of the Blake family, descended from the Blakes of Ballyglunin, county Galway, was settle...
214 Browne (Claremount) There are references in the will of the 1st Earl of Altamont to the purchase of part of the Bell est...
214 (Brookhill/Kirwan) Lambert (Brookhill) The Lamberts of county Mayo were descended from the county Galway family located at Cregclare and Ag...
70 & 222 (New Park), 82 (Oatfield) Brabazon This family were descended from Sir Anthony Brabazon of Ballinasloe Castle, a younger brother of Sir...
201 Forster (Blake Forster) The Forster family were of English origin who first acquired property in Galway in the 1640s. The pr...
90 French (Moycullen) Martin J. Blake states that John French Fitz Stephen was given 2,200 acres by the Cromwellian Commis...
76 (Benmore) Blake (Towerhill & Bunowen) The Blakes of Menlo Castle, county Galway, held the lands of Clonyne and Clooneen or Towerhill, pari...
76. Daly (Dunsandle & Carnakelly) The Daly family of Dunsandle derived from Daly of Carnakelly in the parish of Kiltullagh. They bough...
201. Butler (Cregg) The Butlers acquired lands at Cregg through marriage with the O'Shaughnessys. Francis Butler is reco...
201. Gregory The Coole estate was purchased by Robert Gregory from the Martyns of Tullira in 1768 on his return f...
201. Kilkelly The original Kilkelly estate had centred on Cloghballymore in the parish of Killeenavarra, barony of...
201 Shawe-Taylor Walter Taylor was granted almost a thousand acres in the barony of Kiltartan, county Galway in Febru...
201. Lambert (Cregclare) In 1824 Walter Lambert, Creggaclare, Walter Lambert, Castle Lambert, Walter Lambert, Lambert Lodge,...
201. Ffrench (Rahasane) In 1675 the ffrenches bought the lands of Cummer and Drumgriffin in the barony of Clare which had be...
201 (Cloghballymore) Lynch (Barna) According to Burke's ''Landed Gentry of Ireland'' the Barna estate came into the possession of the L...
201. St. George (Tyrone House) The St.George estate was centred on the house at Tyrone, parish of Drumacoo, barony of Dunkellin, bu...
201. Redington (Kilcornan) The Redington family estate was centred on their house at Kilcornan. This had previously been a Burk...
209. Burke (Marble Hill) The Burke family of Marble Hill were among the most influential families in county Galway in the 19t...
212 & 238 (Dundermot - Owens) Blakeney (Abbert) Robert Blakeney, a member of a family of Elizabethan settlers, was granted lands at Castle Blakeney,...
92 (as Corbally) Daly (Castledaly) This branch of the Dalys were descended from the Dalys of Killimer and also Dalysgrove, near Ahascra...
92. Blake (Corbally) The Blakes had owned an estate at Corbally, parish of Ardrahan since the 15th century. In 1824 a...
92 (Roxborough) Persse (Roxborough & Moyode) The Persse family first received grants of land in counties Galway and Roscommon in the 1670s. Some...
90 Blake (Menlo) The Blakes, raised to the peerage as baronets in 1622, were established at Menlough on the bank of t...
90 (Kentville, Martin) Blake (Glenlo) Martin J. Blake writes that Henry Blake of Glenlo Abbey, a medical doctor, was a grandson of Patrick...
90, 205 Comyn (Woodstock) From the mid 17th century the Comyn family were established at Kilcorney in county Clare. In 1796 L...
90 & 212 Joyce (Mervue) The Joyces of Mervue, Corgary and Rahasane were all descended from a family of Joyces long establish...
90 (French) Bodkin (Kilcloony) The Kilcloony estate, parish of Tuam, barony of Dunmore, county Galway, was granted to Edward Bodkin...
217 Burke (Ower) The Burkes of Ower were descended from a younger son of the Burkes of Clanricarde in the 15th centur...
216 Kirwan (Castlehacket) In the 16th century the Castlehacket and Cahermorris estates near Tuam in county Galway belonged to...
211 & 218 Kirwan (Cregg) The Kirwans of Galway city were established at Cregg Castle in the parish of Annaghdown, barony of C...
76.237 (Corr) Dolphin At the time of Griffith's Valuation Oliver Dolphin held land in the parish of Killoscobe, barony of...
76. Mahon (Beech Hill) The Mahons of Beech Hill, near Loughrea, county Galway, were a branch of the Mahon family of Castleg...
76. D'Arcy (Kiltullagh & Clifden Castle) The D'Arcy family of Kiltullagh, parish and barony of Athenry, county Galway, was founded by Patrick...
76, 192 (Rahanane) Trench (Woodlawn) The Trench family at Woodlawn were one of a number of Trench families who came to prominence in coun...
76 (Ballydonelan), 88 (Nutgrove) Donnellan/Donelan An estate of over 3,000 acres in the baronies of Clonmacnowen and Kilconnell, county Galway, was gra...
80. Dillon (Clonbrock) The Dillons were a Norman family who initially received grants of land in Westmeath and who later ac...
82. Burke (Ballydugan) Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland indicates that Michael Burke of Ballintober, county Roscommon purch...
87. French (Prospect)
87. Eyre (Eyrecourt & Eyreville) Giles Eyre, Eyrecourt Castle and Thomas Knutford Eyre, Eyreville, are described as resident propriet...
87. L'Estrange (Fahy) Thomas and Henry L'Estrange were granted 647 acres in the barony of Longford, county Galway in Decem...
87. Daly (Eyrecourt & Bellgrove) Woodview House and 89 acres, the property of Richard Gore Daly, were offered for sale in the Encumbe...
201 McNevin Emily Blake Forster married Daniel McNevin and they resided at Clooneene (Ashfield) in the 1830s. Da...
89. Rathbourne Richard Rathbourne/Rathborne was the lessor of several townlands in the parishes of Ardrahan and Kil...
77 & 80 Bellew (Mountbellew) The Bellew family of Williamstown, county Louth, were granted lands in the parish of Moylough, baron...
77 Kelly (Muckloon) In 1728 the Kellys settled at Muckloon, parish of Taghboy, barony of Killian, county Galway, which t...
211 Higgins (Carrowpadden) The Higgins family were transplanted in Cromwellian times and resident until the early 19th century,...
78 (Cooloo) Browne (Ardskea & Cooloo) In a Browne genealogy in the James Hardiman Library, NUI,Galway, the ancestry of this branch of the...
78 (Castlemoyle) Deane Thomas Deane, a merchant, was granted over 1,500 acres mainly in the baronies of Clare and Dunmore,...
78 Blake (Windfield) This family was transplanted to Mullaghmore, parish of Moylough, barony of Tiaquin, county Galway un...
78 (Bloomfield & Creaghduff) Ruttledge (Bloomfield) In May 1749, Peter Ruttledge of Cornfield and Carrowkillen, parish of Robeen, barony of Kilmaine, co...
78 Kirwan (Blindwell) Descended from a younger son of the Kirwans of Gardenfield, the Kirwans of Blindwell, built up a sub...
78 & 214 (Castlegrove) Blake (Castlegrove) By his will (1612) Robert Blake of Ardfry left the lands of Castlegrove or Fartigare as they were o...
78 & 214 (Ballygaddy) Kirwan (Gardenfield) An estate in the parish of Tuam, county Galway, was restored to Martin Kirwan and his eldest son Ric...
80 Kelly (Fiddaun Lodge) Donnogh Kelly was granted lands in counties Mayo and Galway by patent dated 4 Apr 1670. McCarthy wr...
80 (Newforest) D'Arcy (Newforest) This branch of the D'Arcy family were descended from Martin D'Arcy, second son of James 'Riveagh' D'...
77 & 80 (Ballybaun & Clonlyon) & 236 (Clonlyon & Castlekelly) Kelly (Aghrane Castle/Castle Kelly) The Kellys were settled at Castlekelly, Ballygar, barony of Killian, county Galway, from the late 17...
211 Bodkin (Annagh) The Bodkins, one of the ‘Tribes’ of Galway, were granted Annagh and other lands in the barony of Cla...
211 Burke (Derrymaclaugha) Richard Burke was granted 1,943 acres in the Derrymaclaughna locality, barony of Clare, county Galwa...
211 & 218 (Waterdale) Staunton/Lynch Staunton The Stauntons, originally from Buckinghamshire, England, settled in county Galway in the mid 17th ce...
211 & 213 Gore (Baronet) In the mid 1850s Sir St George Gore, 8th Baronet, held at least 15 townlands in the parishes of Boyo...
211 (Kerontryly) Henry (Toghermore) Hugh Robert Henry, a younger son of Hugh Henry of Lodge Park, Straffan, county Kildare was the first...
211 Bermingham/Birmingham Edward Bermingham, Lord Athenry, was granted over 5,000 acres, mainly in the barony of Dunmore, coun...
211 Nolan (Ballinderry) The Nolans were Elizabethan settlers in the Ballinrobe area of county Mayo. They lost most of their...
212 (French) O'Reilly (Colmanstown) The O'Reillys of Knock Abbey, county Louth were a branch of the O'Reilly family of East Brefny repre...
212 Ffrench (Monivea) The Monivea estate, barony of Tiaquin, county Galway, was acquired by the ffrenchs from the O'Kellys...
218 (Drumgriffin) Skerrett (Ballinduff) The Skerretts owned an estate in the barony of Clare, county Galway, which was confiscated at the ti...
78 & 214 (Newboro) Crean A Blake property at the beginning of the 18th century which passed by marriage to the Creans, a coun...
82. Lancaster The Lancaster family were settled in the Ballinasloe locality from the late eighteenth century when...
82 (Garbaly) Trench (Garbally) Burke indicates that the Trenches originated in France but settled in the North of England. Frederic...
82 (Corrine) Potts The Drum Heritage Group record Correen, parish of Moore, barony of Moycarn, county Roscommon as the...
82 (Suckville) Lynch (Moycarn) Owen Lynch had an estate in the parish of Moore, barony of Moycarn, in the mid-nineteenth century. I...
87 (Kilnaborris) Madden (Kiltormer) In November 1677 Fergus Madden was granted over 1,700 acres in the baronies of Leitrim and Longford,...
88 Daly (Quainsborough/Quansbury) Peter Daly of Quansbury was the fourth son of Denis Daly of Carrownakelly, county Galway, a Judge of...
88. Hearn/Hearn Kirkaldy Thomas Edward Hearn of Hearnsbrook is recorded as a resident proprietor in 1824. At the time of Grif...
88. Kelly (Tiranascragh) At the time of Griffith's Valuation, Patrick Kelly was occupying a property at Gortadullisk, parish...
88. Lambert (Castle Lambert) During the 19th century the Lamberts, a junior branch of the Lamberts of Creg Clare, county Galway,...
238 (Willsgrove) Wills (Castlereagh) In 1703 two brothers, Caspar and James Wills, purchased part of the forfeited estate of King James I...
238. Young (Castlerea & Sligo) The Young family held lands in the parish of Drumcliff according to the 1749 Census of Elphin. In 18...
238 Sandford/Wills Sandford The descendants of Captain Theophilus Sandford of Moyglare, county Meath, settled at Castlerea, coun...
239 Dillon (Loughglynn) The Dillon family held a large estate on the border of counties Mayo and Roscommon. They were descen...
240. Fleming McTernan states that the Flemings came into possession of lands in Sligo in the wake of the Cromwell...
240 (Frenchpark) French /ffrench (Frenchpark) Patrick French fitzStephen of Galway is recorded as the earliest member of the family to be associat...
236 Lowe Nathaniel Lowe was a member of a Cromwellian family who had settled in county Westmeath. O'Gorman st...
236 (Fairfield) O'Brien (Fairfield) Mary Casteleyn's article in ''The Irish Genealogist'' gives a detailed history of this family. Besi...
232 Gore (Woodford) In 1703 William Gore of Woodford bought part of the estate of Charles O'Connor, attainted, in the ba...
232. Percy The estate at Garadice was offered for sale in the Landed Estates Court in May 1865 on behalf of fiv...
232. Cunningham (Port) McParlan includes Bryan Conyngham, Porte, on a list of "resident gentleman of property" in 1802. M...
232. Peyton (Driney) This estate, amounting to 1210 acres was the property of Rev. Walter Peyton, incumbrant of Billas, V...
232. Peyton (Laheen) The estate at Laheen, which had previously been associated with the Reynolds family, came into the P...
232. Shanley William Shanley is recorded as the owner of over 150 acres near Ballinamore in the 1870s. McParlan...
232. Reynolds George Nugent Reynolds was the owner of Letterfine in the late 18th century. McParlan records Mr. Re...
234 Cullen The Cullen family had held land in Leitrim, particularly in the Manorhamilton and Kinlough areas, si...
68 & 72 (Strokestown) Mahon/Pakenham-Mahon In February 1666 Captain Nicholas Mahon was granted over 2,700 acres in the barony of Roscommon and...
68 (Mount Dillon) Dillon (Mount Dillon) John Dillon was transplanted from county Westmeath to county Roscommon in the 17th century. His des...
69 (Bellanagare) O'Conor Don The O'Conor Don ancestral lands were in County Roscommon centred on Clonalis House near Castlerea....
69 & 239 (Underwood) Grace The Mantua estate in county Roscommon came into Grace ownership in the 18th century through the marr...
69 & 72 (Foxborough) & 239 (Tunyquin & Foxborough) French (Cloonyquin) ''Burke's Irish Family Records'' states that Arthur French of Tyrone bought Cloonyquin from the Righ...
69 (Cloonmore) Phillips In 1641 Moyler Reogh McPhilip was the proprietor of Cloonmore in the parish of Kilbeagh, barony of C...
71 (Beechwood) Hughes (Co Roscommon) The Hughes family appear to have connections with county Sligo and to have been resident at Beechwoo...
72 (South Park - no proprietor's name given) Balfe The Balfe family were settled at Heathfield in county Roscommon in the 18th century but had moved to...
72 (Milltown - no proprietor's name given) O'Conor (Milltown/Milton) The O'Conors of Milltown, barony of Castlereagh, county Roscommon, share a common ancestry with the...
75 (Thomastown) Naghten (Thomastown) The Naghtens or O'Naghtens were one of the old Gaelic families who managed to retain some of their f...
77 (Cloonagh & Ballina) Fallon (Ballina) A branch of the the Gaelic chieftain family of O'Fallon was granted land at Ballina in the parish of...
236 (Mount Talbot) Talbot (Mount Talbot) The Talbots were descended from a younger son of the Talbots of Malahide in the 16th century. They w...
236 (Rookwood - Waller) & (Tobervaddy), 238 (Grange) Ormsby (Tobervaddy) A branch of the Ormsby family was settled at Toberavaddy in the parish of Fuerty, barony of Athlone,...
64 (Charlestown) King (Drumsna) The King family descend from the Reverend Edward King, Bishop of Elphin (1611-1639) who was granted...
236 (Castlestrange & Ballinturly) Mitchell (Castle Strange) Cornet Thomas Mitchell from Scotland settled at Castlestrange, county Roscommon in the mid 17th cent...
71 (Bob's Grove) & 236 (Rocksavage - Waldron) Ormsby (Rocksavage) In the mid 18th century Rocksavage, parish of Athleague, barony of Athlone, county Roscommon, came i...
236 & 242 (Martinstown) Davis (Martinstown) James Davis, eldest son of George Davys FitzRichard (1703-1767), married Frances, daughter of George...
236 (Castlegar) Mahon (Castlegar) The Mahons were settled at Castlegar from the early 18th century. In 1711 the Earl of Clanricarde l...
238 (Leabeg - Irvine) Irwin (Beechwood) Christopher Irwin of Newtown and Leabeg, barony of Ballymoe, county Roscommon was a younger brother...
238 (Glinsk) Burke (Glinsk) Ulick Burke of Glinsk, parish of Ballynakill, barony of Ballymoe, county Galway, was created a baron...
238 (Emlagh - McDermott) & (Dunamon) Caulfeild (Dunamon) The Dunamon estate was held under a lease for 500 years from John King, Lord Kingston to Thomas Caul...
238 Malone The Malones of Ballynahown, county Westmeath, were closely related to the Brownes of Westport House,...
238 (Runnamoat) Fallon (Runnamoat) [In 1677 Edmund Fallon of Mote, county Roscommon was granted a small acreage in the barony of Tiaqui...
238 (Latouche) Booth (Cloverhill) In the mid 1850s Thomas Booth held the townland of Lissagallan, parish of Fuerty, barony of Athlone,...
238 Croghan (Kilbride) In 1749 Charles Croghan and Luke Croghan were both resident in the parish of Kilbride and Owen Crogh...
238 Kelly (Cargins) Ignatius Kelly, son of Edmund Kelly of Castleruby, was residing at Carrigens at the time of the Cens...
238 (Holywell) Blakeney (Holywell) In 1761 Charles Blakeney, a member of a junior branch of the Blakeneys of Abbert, married Bridget, d...
238 (Elphin - Bishop Elphin) O'Conor (Mount Druid) Denis O'Conor was one of the principlal lessors in the parish of Kilcorkey, barony of Castlereagh at...
239 (Cherryfield) Mills Members of the Mills family of county Roscommon attended Trinity College, Dublin in the 18th century...
236 (Rookwood) & 242 (Kilmore) Waller (Rookwood) In 1778 Major Waller is recorded as resident at Rookwood and Kilmore. Robert Waller married Jane Or...
242 (Sandfield) Sandys Edwyn Sandys Reynolds, a Protestant gentleman, resided at "Darham" in 1749. Robert Sandes was livin...
242 Kelly (Churchboro) A branch of the Kelly family was resident at Churchboro on the church lands of Killinvoy, barony of...
242 Kelly (Kellybrook) The townland of Kellybrook was in the 2 parishes of Killinvoy and St Johns, barony of Athlone, count...
242 (Scregg) Kelly (Scregg) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Edmund Kelly held an estate in the parishes of Killinvoy and Kil...
242 (Doyle) Dowell (Co Roscommon) In the 1850s Miss Eliza Dowell held a townland in the each of the parishes of Kiltoom and Taghboy an...
242 (New Park) Lyster (Lysterfield) The Lyster estate was in the parishes of Cam, Kiltoom and Taghmaconnell, barony of Athlone, county R...
242 (Mote) Crofton (Mote Park) The senior branch of the Crofton family settled at Ballymurray, county Roscommon in the 16th century...
88 Kelly (Lisduff) In 1752 Peter Browne of Westport (1730-1780) married Elizabeth Kelly, only child of Denis Kelly, Ch...
217 (Ellistown - Browne) Browne/Dillon-Browne (Glencorrib) A branch of the Browne family of the Neale, barony of Kilmaine, county Mayo, settled near the villag...
211 Joyce (Joycegrove) An estate in the parishes of Tuam, barony of Dunmore and Dunmore, barony of Ballymoe, county Galway,...
71 Mahon (Cavetown) The Mahons of Cavetown, county Roscommon, were descended from Peter Mahon, the fourth son of Nichola...
76 Blake (Kiltullagh, Frenchfort & Vermount) The lands of Kiltullagh/Kiltolla, parish of Oranmore, barony of Dunkellin, county Galway, were grant...
99 & 101 (Quinsborough) Quin (Quinsborough) Lord George Quin was the second son of Thomas Taylour, 1st Marquess of Headfort and Mary, only daugh...
99 & 101 (Quin's Pool) Delmege The French "Palatine" family of Delmege or Dolmage were settled at Rathkeale in county Limerick in t...
99 (Newtown & Doonass) Massy (Doonass) The Reverend Charles Massy, Dean of Limerick, was a younger brother of Hugh, Baron Massy. He marrie...
100 (Ross - Pearce), 103 (Athyflin) Westropp (Attyflin) Montiford Westropp settled in county Limerick in the mid 17th century. His son Montiford purchased...
101 (Killygoury) 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...
101 (Woodfield - Locke) Bridgeman At the time of Griffith's Valuation the representatives of St John Bridgeman held land in the parish...
101 Bentley (Hurdleston) The ancestors of the Bentleys received land in county Clare under the Cromwellian settlement of the...
101 (Ballyquin) Arthur (Glenomera) A family who moved from county Limerick to Ballyquin, county Clare when they purchased land from the...
102 (Tureen), 205 (Moy Castle) Fitzgerald (Carrigoran) A branch of the Geraldines of Pallas, county Limerick, was established at Carrigoran, parish of Kiln...
102 (Clowny) Bindon The Bindon family were located in the counties of Clare and Limerick from the late 17th century. Dav...
102 (Newgrove) Browne (Newgrove) The Brownes were Elizabethan settlers. In 1765 Thomas Browne of Newgrove married Mary Wesby and had...
102 (Kiltanan) Molony (Kiltanon) This family were established in county Clare from the early 17th century and the Kiltanon branch are...
102 (Cregane) Molony (Cragg) The Molonys of Cragg, parish of Tulla, county Clare, share a common ancestry with the Molonys of nea...
102 (Fort Ann) Westropp (Fort Anne) A branch of the Westropp family descended from a younger brother of Mountiford Westropp of Attyflin,...
102 (Lismeaghan) 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...
200 (Rosemanagher) D'Esterre A French Hugenot family, who came to Ireland via Holland in the late 17th century and were granted...
200 & 202 (Mt Ievers) Ievers (Mountievers) The first member of this family to settle in county Clare in the 1640s was Henry Ievers. He was a c...
200 (Bonreity) Studdert (Bunratty) The Reverend George Studdert, rector of Kilpeacon and Rathkeale, county Limerick, was the son of Geo...
200 (Cratlagh Hall) O'Brien/Stafford O'Brien In 1699 Henry O'Brien, second son of sir Donough O'Brien of Dromoland Castle, county Clare, married...
102 (Castletown), 200 (Castletown & Mooreask) Macnamara (Moyriesk) The Macnamaras were settled at Moyriesk, parish of Clooney, barony of Bunratty Upper, county Clare f...
200, 202 (Dromoland), 203 (Lemenagh) O'Brien (Dromoland) The introduction to the Inchiquin Papers in the National Library of Ireland records that, in about 1...
200 & 202 (Ballykilty) McMahon (Knockane) At the time of Griffith's Valuation the representatives of John McMahon held land in the parishes of...
200 & 202 (Ballycar) Colpoys (Ballycar) The Colpoys were originally from Hampshire, England. George Colpoys was living at Ballycar, parish...
200 & 202 (Ralehene) Vandeleur (Rathlaheen) The Vandeleurs’ Rathlahine estate was in the parishes of Feenagh and Tomfinlough, barony of Bunratty...
200 & 202 (Fenloe) Hickman (Fenloe) Gregory Hickman was an English merchant in the south of England in the first half of the 17th centur...
202 (Lifford) England Members of the England family appear in the records of county Clare from the late 17th century and t...
202 (Carnelly) Stamer (Carnelly) William Stamer, a member of an old English Protestant family from Essex, England, moved to county Ki...
203 & 205 Lysaght (Woodmount) Weir writes that George Lysaght lived at Woodmount, parish of Kilmanaheen, county Clare, in the late...
203 (Cross - Lysaght) O'Brien (Ballynalackan) Terence O'Brien was established at Elm Vale, south east of Kilfenora, county Clare, from at least th...
168 (Rostellan), 203 (Inchiquin Castle) O'Brien (Inchiquin Castle) Murrough O'Brien, 6th Baron Inchiquin, was created 1st Earl of Inchiquin in 1654. An estate of almo...
203 (Rockstown [Roxton]) Blood (Roxton & Cranagher) The Blood family was established in county Clare from the early 17th century. By the mid 18th centu...
203 (Bushypark) Macnamara (Doolin) This branch of the Macnamara family was established in the barony of Burren, north county Clare, at...
203 (Cragliagh - Mahon) Janns The Janns were a family established in the town of Ennis, county Clare, from at least the late 18th...
203 (Nutgrove) Crowe (Nutfield) In his will dated 20 Aug 1767 James Crowe of Dublin leaves the lands of Nutfield otherwise Drumconor...
204 (Paradise) Henn (Paradise) The Henns, an English family, were granted lands in county Clare by the Earl of Thomond at the end o...
204 (Fort Fergus) Ross-Lewin (Ross Hill) The Ross-Lewin estate was in the parishes of Kilchreest and Killadysert, barony of Clonderalaw, coun...
204 (Cragbyrne) Stacpoole (Cragbrien) The Reverend William Stacpoole of Cragbrien, parish of Clondagad, barony of Islands, county Clare, w...
204 (Buncraggy) Conyngham Of Scottish descent, Henry Conyngham, member of parliament for county Donegal, supported the William...
204 Peacocke (Barntick) Burke records the purchase by George Peacocke of an estate in the barony of Pubblebrien, county Lime...
204 (New Hall) MacDonnell (Newhall) This family was descended from the MacDonnell family of Dunluce, county Antrim. In the late 17th cen...
204 (Kilmore) Hickman (Kilmore) By his second marriage Gregory Hickman, merchant of Hamburgh, had three sons. The eldest, Walter, fo...
204 (Kilrush) Vandeleur (Kilrush) The Vandeleur family are descended from Maxmilian Van Der Leur, a Dutch merchant, who had settled in...
204 (Burrane - Maynod) Reeves (Besborough) A family originally from Sussex who settled in Ireland in the mid 17th century. Their connection wi...
204 (Clonderlaw) Studdert (Clonderalaw) Five generations of Studderts lived at Clonderalaw, parish of Kilmurry, barony of Clonderalaw, count...
204 (Ballyartrey) Barclay McAuliffe writes that the Barclays, a Quaker family, came from Scotland to Ireland. At the end of t...
205 (Anagh) Stacpoole (Eden Vale) The Stacpooles were a county Limerick Catholic family. Clement Stacpoole was transplanted to county...
205 O'Brien (Ennistymon) This branch of the O'Briens were descended from Sir Donnagh O'Brien of Duagh of Elizabethan times. I...
205 (Smithstown) Wingfield Stratford Edward and John Wingfield were twin brothers, sons of Richard Wingfield, 3rd Viscount Powerscourt, a...
204 - 205 (Ballykett & Elmgreen) Hickman (Ballykett) This branch of the Hickman family is descended from George Hickman, second son of Henry Hickman of B...
100 Pearse (Limerick) The Pearse family held land in the vicinity of Limerick city during the 18th century and were closel...
238 (Durry/Durrow) Bagot (Bagotstown, Ballyturin & Aghrane/Castlekelly) This family were first established at Bagotstown, county Limerick in the 13th century. They later he...
99 (Rivers) Brasier (Rivers & Ballyellis) A family of French origin who settled in the north of Ireland in the early 17th century. Paul Brasi...
99 (Woodsdown) Gough (Limerick) The Gough family were originally from Wiltshire and descend from Reverend Hugh Gough, brother of R...
99 (Rosbrien), 103 (Adair & Rosbrien) Quin/Wyndham-Quin Thady Quin (1645-1726) of Adare, county Limerick, had two sons from whom descend the Earls of Dunrav...
103 (Graig - Greenmount) Greene (Greenmount) Captain Thomas Greene was granted land in counties Kerry, Limerick and Clare in 1668. The Greenes o...
103 (Faha & [Jockeyhall]) Tuthill (Faha) This family settled in county Limerick in the late 17th century. George Tuthill held an estate in t...
103 Hartstonge In the 18th century the Harstonge family held lands in the Bruff and Kildimo areas of county Limer...
103 (Elm & Craigbeg) Massey (Elm Park) The Lords Clarina are descended from Eyre Massey, sixth son of Hugh Massy of Duntrileague, county Li...
103 Monsell (Limerick) Originally from England, this family sold their estates in Somerset and purchased estates in county...
104 (Ashgrove) Upton The Uptons were settled at Ashgrove, near Newcastle, county Limerick, from 1694 when they were given...
104 (Knockaderry - D'Arcy) Evans (Knockaderry) The Reverend Thomas Waller Evans was the second son of Thomas Evans of Miltown Castle, county Cork a...
104 (Enniscouch) Hewson (Castle Hewson) This family was settled at Castle Hewson, Askeaton, county Limerick from the end of the 17th century...
104 (Mount Brown) Brown (Mount Brown) John Southwell Brown held an estate in the parishes of Croagh and Rathkeale, barony of Connello Lowe...
104 (Riddlestown) Blennerhassett (Riddlestown) The Blennerhassett family acquired estates in county Kerry from the forfeitures of the Earl of Desmo...
104 (Kilcosgrave) Langford ''Irish Family Records" states that William Langford was living at Gurteengary, county Limerick in 1...
104 (Abby), 196 (Lettyville) Greene (Old Abbey) The Greenes were settled at Old Abbey, county Limerick, from the early 17th century when they obtain...
104 (Ballycullen) Nash/Naish (Ballycullen) The Naishs were established at Ballycullen, near Askeaton, county Limerick, in the 18th century. In...
104 (Altavilla) Bateman The Bateman family were lessors in the parish of Killinny, barony of Corkaguiny and Ballincuslane, B...
104 (Nantenan) Royse The Royse family were resident in the Nantinan parish of county Limerick from the early 18th century...
104 (Ballynort) Massy (Ballynort) In 1760 Hugh, 2nd Baron Massy, married Catherine, daughter and co heiress with her sister Lady Carri...
104 (Holypark) Taylor (Ballynort & Holly Park ) An entry in ''Pue's Occurances'' 19-23 June 1739 indicates that the Taylors were resident at Ballyno...
104 (Curra - Hunt) De Vere This family were descended from Vere Hunt, a Cromwellian soldier who was granted land in county Lime...
104 (Currabridge) Westropp (Ballynolan & Ardcanny) The Reverend Thomas Westropp held an estate in the parishes of Stradbally and Killeenagarriff, baron...
106 (Glynn House) 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...
184 (Ballysheedy) Fitzgibbon (Ballysheedy) The Fitzgibbon family were living at Ballysheedy/Ballyseeda, county Limerick, by the mid 18th centur...
184 (Ballymaorise) Greene (Ballymacreece) In 1703 Abraham Greene of Ballynard, county Limerick, bought some of the forfeited estates of James...
184 (Ballynagard & Rawlengstown) Croker (Ballynagarde) The Crokers settled in county Limerick in the 17th century and were resident at Ballynagarde early i...
184 (Loughgur) Baylee/Bayley (Mount Baylee) Henry Baylee of Loughgur, county Limerick, was a nephew of Sexten Baylee, Mayor of Limerick in 1758....
184 (Kilballyowen) O'Grady (Kilballyowen) This was the senior family of O'Grady in Munster. This family was located in the Kilballyowen area...
184 (Ureagare) Gabbett (Strand House) Daniel Gabbett of Strand House was the third son of William Gabbett of Caherline, near Limerick city...
184 (Balligadean Hall) Evans/Evans-Freke John Evans, of Welsh descent, settled in the city of Limerick in the early 17th century. In 1666 Geo...
184 (Ash Hill) Coote (Ash Hill & Bearforest) The Cootes of Ash Hill and Mount Coote, county Limerick, were descended from a younger brother of Si...
185 (Springfield) Deane Matthew Deane came to Ireland in the mid 17th century and purchased lands in county Cork. He was ma...
99 (New Garden) Purdon (Tinerana) The Purdons were active in the affairs of Limerick city but lived in the parish of Ogonnelloe, baron...
99 (Millford) Widenham There appear to be two branches of this family one in county Limerick and one in county Cork. Henry...
99 (Ballingown) FitzGibbon The FitzGibbon family were established at Ballysheedy, county Limerick, from the mid 18th century....
99 (Prospect) Powell (Clonshavoy) The Powells were established in county Limerick by the end of the 17th century. In 1703 Richard Pow...
99 (Singland) Dwyer (Stradbally) A member of the Dwyer family was living at Singland in the parish of St Patricks, close to Limerick...
103 (Ballyburnoge) Dickson (Kildimo) Burke's "Landed Gentry of Ireland" (1912) records members of the Dickson family living at Ballyhonog...
103 Bindon The Bindon family were located in the counties of Clare and Limerick from the late 17th century. Dav...
104 (Rathkeale Castle) Southwell The Southwell family were established in county Limerick in the early 17th century. Their estate in...
104 (Stoneville) Massy (Stoneville) Burke's ''Irish Family Records'' states that William Massy bought Stoneville, Rathkeale, county Lime...
104 (Inchrourke), 111 (Ballyduff) Hunt (Limerick & Tipperary) Burke's ''Landed Gentry of Ireland'' (1904) states that Henry Hunt obtained Friarstown, county Limer...
106 (Cappo) Spring-Rice Smith indicates that the Spring family were originally from Lavenham in Suffolk and settled in Kerry...
184 (Cahirary) Cripps This family held land in county Limerick in the 18th and early 19th centuries. In 1866 Lenihan wrot...
184 (Maidenhall) Bouchier/Bourchier (Baggotstown) The Bouchiers had estates in county Limerick from Elizabethan times when they were granted some of t...
185 (Appletown) Sheehy (Cork & Limerick) In the early 18th century the Sheehys were merchants in the cities of Limerick and Cork. They marrie...
176 (Cooldaniel) Barter (County Cork) The Barter family were established in county Cork from the late 17th century. Several members of th...
176 & 178 (Coolcour) Browne (Coolcour) The Brownes were established at Coolcour/Coolcower, parish of Macroom, county Cork, from at least th...
173 (Blackrock), 176 & 178 (Mounthedges - Eyre) White/Hedges White Richard Hedges of Macroom Castle and Mount Hedges, county Cork, married Mary Eyre and had a son, Ric...
176 (Mounthedges) Eyre/Hedges Eyre (Galway) Richard Hedges Eyre of Macroom Castle and Mount Hedges, county Cork, married Frances Browne, daughte...
176 (Ashgrove) Ashe (Ashgrove & Codrum) In the mid 19th century the Ashe estate was mainly located in the parishes of Kilnamartery and Clond...
176 (Carronacurragh - Masters esq) Pyne (Ballyvolane) This family descend from Robert Wakeham, who succeeded his uncle, Sir Richard Pyne, Lord Chief Justi...
176 (Carronageelough) Barry (Kilbarry) "The Londonderry Journal" (20 June 1772) records the killing in county Cork of Garret Barry, son of...
178 & 180 (Coomlagane - O'Leary esq) McCarthy-O'Leary By the mid 18th century the O'Learys were established at Coomlogane, in the parish of Drishane, in t...
178, 180 Leader (Mount Leader & Dromagh Castle) The senior branch of the Leader family descended from Henry Leader who bought estates in county Cork...
182 (Blossomfort) Wrixon Henry Wrixon of Assolas was the father of William Wrixon who married Mary Becher in 1778. Their son,...
168 (Castle Mary), 182 (Longoeville) Longfield (Castlemary & Longueville) John Longfield, of Castle Mary, near Cloyne, county Cork married Mary Hawnby of Mallow, county Cork....
167 (Newberry near Cork city), 182 & 183 (Newberry), 183 (Dromore) Newman (Dromore) This family came from Wincanton, Somerset to county Cork in the mid 17th century and Richard Newman...
182 (Wood fort - Ousley) Haines/Haynes In his will made in 1825 Charles Haines of Mallow, county Cork, mentions his sons Thomas, Humphrey,...
182 (Nashville) Nash (Nashville) A family living in the Kanturk area of county Cork in the 18th century. Their estate at Nashville,...
182 (Kaile) Leader (Keale) A junior branch of the Leader family of county Cork, sharing a common ancestry with the Leaders of M...
182 (Drishane) Wallis (Drishane Castle) A family established at Curraglass, Mogeely, county Cork, from the early 17th century. In 1703, Thom...
183 & 185 (Annabelle) Hoare (Annabelle) Two Hoare brothers, Edward and Abraham, came to Ireland in the Cromwellian army and obtained large g...
183 (Velvetstown) Crofts (Velvetstown) ''Burke's Irish Family Records'' traces this family's descent from William Crofts, a younger son of...
183 (Castlecor) Freeman In the 1770s Edward Deane, son of Joseph Deane and Jane Freeman, inherited the estates of his mother...
183 (Springfield) Norcott The Norcott family lived at Doneraile in county Cork, see http://www.iol.ie/~nodonnel/gentleman'svil...
185 (Mt North) Lysaght (Mountnorth) At the end of the 17th century Nicholas Lysaght, a supporter of William III, married Grace, daughter...
185 (Templemary) Purcell (Burton Park) The Purcells were settled in county Cork from the early 18th century. John Purcell of Highfort was...
185 (Egmont) Perceval In 1666 and 1668 Sir Philip Percevall was granted large estates in county Cork and over 1,000 acres...
176 (Codrum & Mt Massy) Hutchinson (Codrum) In the mid 18th century Emanuel Hutchinson was resident at Codrum, parish of Macroom, barony of West...
182 (Millfort) Foote/Foott (Millfort & Carrigacunna) The Foote family were living in county Cork by the early 18th century. Burke's ''Landed Gentry of Ir...
129 (Kilshanick), 175 (Shandangan) Devonsher (Kilshannig) Abraham Devonsher, the Cork banker and Member of Parliament for Rathcormac, county Cork, died withou...
175 (Forest - Spread Esq) Gollock In the mid 19th century members of the Gollock family held land in the parishes of Clondrohid, Kilmu...
169 Meade (Cork) This family was related to the Meades, Earls of Clanwilliam. In 1787 the Reverend John Meade, Rector...
169 Herrick Burke claims that the county Cork Herrick family is a junior branch of that of Herrick of Beaumano...
170 Nash (Kinalea) The Nash family seem to have become established in the Bandon area in the seventeenth century. Local...
171 Townsend (Castletownsend) Burke's ''Irish Family Records'' indicates that the first of this family to be established in Irelan...
170 (Castle Bernard), 172 Bernard According to Burke, the first Francis Bernard settled in Ireland around the time of Elizabeth I. In...
177 Orpen (Glanarought) Burke describes the Orpen family as claiming great antiquity. They settled in Ireland after the Crom...
175 (Forest - Spread Esq) Spread In March 1702 William Spread of Ballycanneen, North Liberties of Cork, bought the town and lands of...
184 (Springfort) Cox (Ballynoe) Burke's (1886) records Robert Cox having received a grant of lands at Ballynoe, county Limerick, in...
171 (Cahirmore) Hungerford (Island) Burke indicates that this family traditionally claimed descent from the Hungerford family of Farley...
171 (Braad) Jervois Members of the Jervois family held over 450 acres in county Cork in the 1870s. In October 1855 and J...
171 Morris (East Carbery) In 1666 William Morris was granted almost a thousand acres in the barony of East and West Carbery an...
172 (Palace Anne) Bernard (Palace Anne) Bennett indicates that the Bernards of Palace Anne were descended from Arthur Bernard, brother of Fr...
172 Conner (Manch) Burke indicates that the Conners first settled in the town of Bandon in the late seventeenth century...
172 Daunt (East Carbery) This branch of the Daunt family descends from William Daunt of the Tracton Abbey family, whom Burke...
172 Cox (Cork & Kilkenny) The Cox family, baronets, of Dunmanway, county Cork, and Castletown Cox, county Kilkenny, held exten...
172 (Butlersgift) O'Callaghan (West Cork) Over 1200 acres of the estate of Cornelius, Henry, Thomas and Rev. Robert O'Callaghan, was offered f...
173 Beecher/Becher Burke's ''Irish Family Records'' and Smith both indicate that the Beechers were originally a Kent...
171 Smyth (Rosscarbery) The representatives of Rev. John Smyth of Castle Downeen, Rosscarbery, were the owners of over 400 a...
173 Galway/Galwey (Lota & West Cork) "Burke's Irish Family Records" traces the ancestry of this family back to their location in Kinsale,...
196 (Castletown) Cambie In 1667 Major Solomon Camby was granted over 1,700 acres in the barony of Lower Ormond, county Tippe...
192 (Killaskehan) Willington (Killoskehane) The Willingtons were settled at Killoshehane, county Tipperary, by the mid 18th century. James Will...
192 (Lisbrien), 196 (Mt Faulkener) Falkiner (Mount Falcon) A family originally from Yorkshire and settled in Dublin by the late 17th century. Richard Falkiner...
192 (Greyfort), 196 (Greyfort & Portland), 197 (Portland) Stoney (Co Tipperary) Thomas Stoney from Yorkshire came to Ireland in the late 17th century and settled in county Tipperar...
192 (Sopwell Hall) Sadleir (Sopwell Hall, Castletown & Ballinderry) This branch of the Sadleir family descend from Colonel Thomas Sadleir of Sopwell Hall, county Tipper...
192 (Castle Shepherd) Sheppard This family descend from a Cromwellian officer, Captain Thomas Sheppard, who was granted over 1,400...
192 (Iscane) Carrol (Kilmore) The Carrol family was settled at Tulla, county Tipperary, from the 17th century. William Parker Carr...
193 (Noan) Taylor (Noan) In 1666 Nathaniel Taylor, an officer in Cromwell's army, was ganted an estate of approximately 1,000...
112 (Lanesborough), 193 Lane (Lanespark) In 1666 William Lane was granted the lands of Killens [Lanespark], Derrigear and Cattiganstowne in t...
112 & 193 (New Park) Pennefather (New Park & Lakefield) In 1667 Cornet Matthew Pennefather from Staffordshire was granted lands in the barony of Slievardagh...
193 (Ballysheehan & Meldrum) Latham In the mid 19th century Oliver Leatham/Latham held land in the parishes of Ballysheehan and Brickend...
193 (Mobaber) Scott John Scott, Chief Justice of the Court of King's Bench, was created Earl of Clonmell in 1793. His s...
193 (Wilford) Blackmore At the time of Griffith's Valuation Charles Blackmore held two townlands in the parish of Rathcool,...
193 (Lismarock) Langley (Coal Brook) A family descended from a Cromwellian soldier,Henry Charles Langley, who was given 1,795 acres in 16...
193 (Coolquil) Gahan In 1666 Daniel Gahan and his wife Susanna, widow of Thomas Ashe, were granted of about 1,000 Irish a...
193 & 194 (Rosenaharly) Poe (Harley Park) A branch of the Poe family descended from Captain James Poe, third son of Emmanuel Poe. Captain Jam...
194 (Killaghy) Despard The Despards were resident at Killaghy Castle, county Tipperary, from the early 18th century. In the...
194 (Mobarnan) Jacob This Presbyterian family were located in the Fethard area of county Tipperary from at least the mid...
194 (Derryluskan) Palliser A family originally from Yorkshire, the Reverend William Palliser became Archbishop of Cashel in 169...
194 Barton (Grove) Thomas Barton bought the Everard estate at Fethard, county Tipperary, in 1751. He was a member of th...
194 (Baniestown & Racool - Blake) Clutterbuck In 1667 an estate of 2,969 acres was granted to Richard Clutterbuck in the barony of Middlethird, co...
195 (Moore's Fort) Moore/Crosbie Moore (Mooresfort) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Maurice Crosbie Moore held an estate in the parish of Grean, ba...
113 & 195 (Mt Bruis) Doherty (Cos Tipperary & Cork) A family from Inishowen, county Donegal, who moved south in the late 17th century and settled in cou...
113 (Damer's Court), 195 (Damerscourt) Damer/Dawson Damer The Damer family, who held estates in Dorset and Somerset, supported Cromwell and, after the Restora...
113 & 194 (Roesborough) Sadleir (Sadleirswells) The Sadleirswells branch of this county Tipperary family descend from Nicholas Sadleir of Golden Gar...
127 (Kilmanahan & Kilnamack) Greene (Cos Tipperary & Waterford) Godfrey Greene was granted 541 acres at Mooretown-Keating, Knocknangle and Rathmore, barony of Iffa...
127 (Glasha, Power), 167 (Ballyanan) Brodrick (Midleton) Sir St John Brodrick of Wandsworth, Surrey, came to Ireland in the mid 17th century and was granted...
127 (Grey Rock) Coghlan/Coglane (Waterford) W.C. Coghlan of Dromina owned almost 400 acres in county Waterford in the 1870s while J.D. Coghlan...
128 (Affane) Power (Decies-without-Drum) Gallwey states that the various branches of the Power family were associated with this area long be...
196 (Ballinderry) Saunders (Killavalla) This family originally settled at Saunder's Court, county Wexford in the mid 17th century. Later de...
196 (Ashley Park) Head The Head family descend from Michael Head, Sheriff of the city of Waterford in 1672 and Mayor in 168...
196 (Prospect) Gabbett (Highpark) A junior branch of the Gabbetts of Caherline, near Limerick city, founded by Joseph Gabbett, third s...
196 (Killoshalloe) Gason The Gason family, reputed to have been originally from Kent, settled in county Tipperary in the mid...
196 & 197 (Bellisle) Yelverton From the late 1780s the Yelvertons held an estate in the parish of Ballintober, barony of Carra, cou...
196 (Firmount) Firman Thomas Firman of Selby, Yorkshire and of Dublin city inherited the estates of Richard Pierson. His...
197 (Derrylaghan) Walsh (Walsh Park) John Adams Walsh had a son, Charles Walsh of Walsh Park, county Tipperary, who married Sarah Simpson...
197 (Straduff) Antisell Christopher Antisell is reputed to have purchased Sraduff, parish of Dorrha, barony of Lower Ormond,...
194 (Rocklowe) Lowe (Lowesgreen) In 1702 David Lowe of Knockelly, county Tipperary, bought part of the estate of Sir John Everard, at...
166 (Dromana) Villiers Stuart/Stuart (de Decies) The introduction to the Public Record Office Northern Ireland list of the Villiers Stuart papers sta...
120 Nicholson (Carrick on Suir) Robert Nicholson held land at Ballynagrana, parish of Newtownlennon, barony of Iffa and Offa East, c...
111 (Archerstown) Langley (Archerstown) Thomas Langley of Archerstown, county Tipperary, was the youngest son of Henry Langley and his wife...
111 (Parkstown) Lanphier In the mid 19th century Vernon Lamphier held land in the parish of Ballymurreen, barony of Eliogarty...
111 Blunden In 1667 Overington Blunden gent was granted lands in counties Kilkenny, Offaly, Waterford and Tipper...
112 (Kilfeakle & Mt William) Bunbury (Kilfeakle) This branch of the Bunbury family descend from Mathew Bunbury of Kilfeacle, county Tipperary, fifth...
112 (Thomastown) Mathew (Thomastown) The Mathew family of Thomastown, county Tipperary had close connections in the 17th century with the...
112 (Dundrum) Maude Robert Maude [of Yorkshire] was granted over 10,000 acres in counties Tipperary, Cork and Meath in 1...
112 (Ballygriffin) Meade A family of Gaelic extraction located originally in county Cork, who by the mid 18th century held la...
112 (Suir Castle) Massy (Suir Castle) Francis Hugh Massy of Suir Castle, county Tipperary, (born 1755) was the fourth son of the the 1st B...
112 (Kilmoylar) Butler (Ballycarron) The Butlers were resident in the parish of Relickmurry and Athassel, barony of Clanwilliam, county T...
112 (Judken) Fitzgerald (Lisheen) The Fitzgerald estate of Corkbeg and Lisquinlan, county Cork, was inherited by the Uniacke family in...
112 Alleyn Mrs. Ellen Alleyn was one of the principal lessors in the parish of Kilkerranmore, barony of Ibane &...
112 Price (Ardmayle) In the mid 19th century William Price held land in the parishes of Ballysheehan, Brickendown, Kilcon...
113 (Greenane) Mansergh (Grenane) The Manserghs, originally from Barwicke Hall, Yorkshire, settled at Macrony Castle, near Fermoy in c...
113 (Moorepark) Moore (Moorepark) In the late 17th century Stephen Moore purchased the Kilworth estate in county Cork. In the 1940s l...
171 (Aghadown) Banfield The Banfields were a Quaker merchant family of Clonmel, county Tipperary, involved in the milling in...
129 (Castle Lyons) Barry Burke's Extinct Peerage records the building of Barry's Court castle by Philip de Barry in 1206. T...
129 (Coole & Carrygeen) Peard Turtle Bunbury writes that Henry Peard of Coole married Mary Gumbleton of Curraglass, county Cork, i...
129 (Aghern - Brabazon) Boles/Bowles (Cork) In 1666 Richard Boles was granted 924 acres at Moyge in the barony of Orrery and Kilmore, county Cor...
130 (Muckridge) Hobson (Cos Cork & Wexford) The first member of the Le Hunte family to settle in county Wexford was an officer in Cromwell's arm...
130 & 168 (Castle Martyr) Boyle (Earl of Shannon) Henry Boyle, a descendent of Richard Boyle, first Earl of Cork, was created Earl of Shannon, baron o...
167 (Belgrove) Bagwell (Marlfield) In 1749 William Bagwell, Member of Parliament for Clonmel married Jane daughter and co heir of John...
167 French (Marino) Marino, county Cork, was the seat of the French family in the 18th century. At the time of Griffith...
167 (Barry's Court) Coppinger (Barryscourt) At the time of Griffith's Valuation members of this county Cork family held land, particularly in th...
167 (Anngrove - Dobson) Cotter A family, possibly of Danish origin, who were settled in county Cork from at least the 16th century....
167 (Springhill) Wakeham The Parliamentary Papers refer to William Wakeham of Barry's Court, county Cork, who bought some of...
167 (Killycloyne) Martin (Tullagreen) The Martins held an estate at Tullagreen, parish of Carrigtohill, county Cork, in the 19th century....
167 (Johnstown), 170 (Doughlone) Sarsfield (County Cork) The Sarsfield family were established in Cork since medieval times. Many of them served as High Sher...
167 (Annmount) Falkiner Caleb Falkiner, a merchant of Cork, married Ruth, daughter of Edward Riggs and had a son, Riggs Falk...
167 (Factory Hill) Hoare (Factory Hill) This family descend from Robert Hoare, fourth son of Edward Hoare of Dunkettle, county Cork, a banke...
167 (Richmond) Mannix The King's Inns admission papers record Henry Mannix, only son of Henry Mannix of Cork, who was crea...
167 (Little Island) Bury (Little Island & Curraghbridge) A branch of the Bury family, Earls of Charleville, descended from Phineas Bury of Little Island, cou...
167 (Dunkittle) Trant (Kerry & Tipperary) The Trants had originally held lands in the barony of Corkaguiny, county Kerry but by the early 19th...
167 (Lota) Rogers (Lota) Rosemary ffolliott writes that Francis Rogers, a merchant of Cork city, had two sons, Robert of Lota...
167 Penrose (Woodhill) This was the senior branch of the Penroses of Cork, descended from a Cornish Quaker family of that n...
167 Newenham (Coolmore) The Newenhams were settled in county Cork since the mid seventeenth century when John Newenham serve...
167 (Mounthovel) Farmar This family were Elizabethan settlers who came to hold land in counties Cork, Tipperary and Wexford....
167 (Bisboro - Allen) Pike This family were originally from Berkshire and came to county Cork in the early 17th century where f...
168 Supple (Aghadoe) The Supple family were said to be descended from the De Capells of county Cork and they were related...
169 (Golden Bush) Wilmot (County Cork) Edward S. Wilmot is recorded as holding over 650 acres in county Cork in the 1870s. His agent was Wi...
169 & 170 (Rochfordstown) White (Rochfordstown) A family established at Rochfordstown from the 18th century. In 1785 Swithin White married Mary Mar...
169 & 170 (Chetwynd) Pigott (Chetwynd & Knapton) A family originally from Shropshire, who settled in county Laois in the 16th century. Alexander Pig...
170 Adderley (Innishannon) Thomas Adderley (1712-1791), son of Francis Adderley of Innishannon, county Cork and Elizabeth Fowke...
170 (Waterfall) Austen/Austin (Cork) Henry Austin was granted over 3,200 acres in the barony of Clanmorris, county Kerry in 1669. This f...
170 (Knocknaville) Poole (Mayfield) Burke indicates that the estate at Mayfield was purchased by Thomas Poole, a descendent of the Chesh...
170 (Roundhill) Travers History suggests that the Travers family acquired much of the land fomerly owned by the Abbey of Tim...
171 Townsend (Scartagh) The Townsend family in West Cork derive from Colonel Richard Townsend, an officer in the Cromwellian...