Landed Estates
NUI Galway
Reference Source

MALCOMSON, A.P.W. ''The Pursuit of the Heiress: Aristocratic Marriage in Ireland, 1740-1840''. Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation, 2006

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Category Modern printed sources

Estate Records Citing this Source

Found 14 estate records citing this source.

Reference Estate Name Estate Description
109-110 Rous Dr Malcomson writes that Juliana Warter Wilson, daughter of Edward Wilson of Bilboa, county Limerick...
4-5 Bury (Shannongrove) Phineas Bury was granted almost 6,000 acres in the barony of Kenry, county Limerick in 1666 and 588...
70-71 Evans/Evans-Freke John Evans, of Welsh descent, settled in the city of Limerick in the early 17th century. In 1666 Geo...
71 Deane Matthew Deane came to Ireland in the mid 17th century and purchased lands in county Cork. He was ma...
158-161 Conroy Descended from the Gaelic family of O'Mulconry of county Roscommon, this branch of the Conroy family...
202-203, 217-218 Quin/Wyndham-Quin Thady Quin (1645-1726) of Adare, county Limerick, had two sons from whom descend the Earls of Dunrav...
203-204 Conyngham Of Scottish descent, Henry Conyngham, member of parliament for county Donegal, supported the William...
207-208 Vereker (Viscount Gort) Lough Cutra or Lough Cooter was originally O'Shaughnessy land which was granted to Thomas Prendergas...
207-209 Prendergast (Gort) The Prendergast family were granted lands which had belonged to the O'Shaughnessys including the are...
228-229 Wyndham The Wyndham/Leconfield Irish estate, derived from the O’Briens, Earls of Thomond, was the largest es...
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...
205-206 Boyle (Earl of Shannon) Henry Boyle, a descendent of Richard Boyle, first Earl of Cork, was created Earl of Shannon, baron o...
109-110 Wilson (Bilboa) Gamaliel Warter had acquired the Bilboa estate, barony of Coonagh, in county Limerick by the end of...
206-207 Jocelyn The Jocelyn family held land in county Tipperary in the mid 18th century. Robert Jocelyn was the Lor...