Landed Estates
NUI Galway
Reference Source

LEWIS, Samuel. ''A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland''. London: S. Lewis & Co., 1837

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Estate Records Citing this Source

Found 1451 estate records citing this source.

Reference Estate Name Estate Description
Vol I, 232 (Moorehall) Moore (Moore Hall) An estate in the parishes of Ballintober, Ballyovey and Burriscarra in the barony of Carra, county M...
Vol II, 27 Livingstone William Livingstown, a Westport merchant, had extensive business interests all over county Mayo in t...
Vol I, 233 McLoughlin The McLoughlins held extensive lands in the parishes of Achill and Burrishoole, barony of Burrishool...
Vol I, 93 Ffolliott The ffolliott family held lands in the parish of Aghanagh since the early 18th century. At the time...
Vol I, 93 Phibbs (Tirerrill) The Phibbs family owned several estates in the barony of Tirerril including that at Corradoo East....
Vol II 162 Weir The Weir family held an estate close to Lough Arrow at Doonsheeheen centred on Lakeview House. They...
Vol I 162 McTernan The McTernans acquired the property at Heapstown, Kilmacallan parish, in the mid-nineteenth century....
Vol I, 233 O'Donel Some of the O'Donnells of Ulster settled in county Mayo in the 17th century, initially in the Ballyc...
Vol I Jones (Streedagh) The Jones family were granted lands previously in the possession of O'Connor Sligo. It is thought th...
Vol I, 41 (Deel Castle), 116 (Creagh), 191 & 510 (Elmhall) Cuff Sir James Cuff was granted the town and lands of Ballinrobe, barony of Kilmaine, county Mayo, under...
Vol I, 116 Fair (Levally) In the early 19th century a branch of the Fair family held the lands of Levally and Cappagory situat...
Vol I Ahamlish parish Soden In the 17th century granting of lands in Sligo, the Earl of Strafford received large grants of land...
Vol I, 246, 599 Gethin Under the Restoration settlement Richard Gethin, created a baronet in 1665, was granted a large esta...
Vol I, 246 Wynne The Wynne family established themselves in Sligo in the later 17th century. They went on to become o...
Vol I 513 Gore Booth The Gore Booth family were descended from Sir Francis Booth who was granted land at Ardtermon, bar...
Vol I, 513 Parke According to O'Rorke, the Parkes received land under the Cromwellian settlement and established them...
Vol II, 132 Barrett (Culleenamore) The Barrett family were descended from prosperous Sligo merchants in the later 17th and early 18th c...
Vol II, 132 Ormsby (Cummeen) Thomas Ormsby acquired land in Sligo in the mid-17th century and the family expanded to hold propert...
Vol II, 132 (Killaspicbrowne or Killaspeckbrone) Walker The Walker family were descended from prosperous merchants in Sligo town. James Walker, initially le...
Vol II, 164 Chambers The Chambers family came to Kilmacowen in the 18th century when they took over the former Smith esta...
Vol II, 30 Martin (later Wood-Martin) The Martin family owned extensive property in Sligo town and surrounding area. Many served in politi...
Vol II, 95 Baker (Redhill) The Redhill or Mullaghroe estate was part of the King (viscount Lorton) estate centred on Rockingham...
Vol II, 95 Costello (Edmondstown) The Costellos were settled at Castlemore, parish of Castlemore, barony of Costello, county Mayo, fro...
Vol II, 95 Sherlock The Mount Irvine estate (which sometimes appears in sources as Mount Irwin) was part of the Cooper e...
Vol I, 102 Lynch Blosse A Galway family who lost most of their estates in that county under Cromwell but received extensive...
Vol I, 102 Fitzmaurice The Fitzmaurices held three townlands in the parish of Balla, barony of Clanmorris, county Mayo and...
Vol II, 358 Browne (Brownhall) An estate established in the mid 17th century by royal grants to Edward Browne. This family of Bro...
Vol I, 392 (Garracloon) Blake (Garracloon) A property in the parish of Cong, barony of Kilmaine, county Mayo, which passed to George Blake, sec...
Vol I, 392 Elwood (Strandhill) An estate in the parish of Cong, barony of Kilmaine, county Mayo leased from the Bishop of Tuam from...
Vol I, 392 (Ballymacgibbon) Fynn Edward Fynn of Shrule, county Mayo bought the lands of Ballymacgibbon, parish of Cong, barony of Kil...
Vol II 125 Flanagan/Woulfe Flanagan At the time of Griffith's Valuation the Flanagan family held lands in the parish of Killaraght, baro...
Vol I 379 O'Connor The lands at Ballinvally or Roadstown were part of the Cooper of Markree estate but were rented on l...
Vol I 379 Trumble The Ordnance Survey field name books suggest that the Trumble family leased the lands at Old Rock fr...
Vol II 218 Perceval The Perceval family succeeded to lands in Sligo in the mid 17th when George Perceval married Mary Cr...
Vol II, 167 Taaffe This branch of the Taaffe family appear to be linked to that of the Earls of Carlingford. Portions...
Vol I 520 Fleming McTernan states that the Flemings came into possession of lands in Sligo in the wake of the Cromwell...
Vol I 599 MacDonagh The MacDonagh family had an ancient association with this part of County Sligo. The lands at Carrowk...
Vol I, 189 Crean A family transplanted to county Mayo from county Galway under the Cromwellian settlement. The Crean...
Vol I, 29 Nolan/ Ferrall (Lugboy) An estate comprised of nine townlands amounting to almost 1400 acres in the parish of Annagh, barony...
Vol 1, 29 Bourke (Holywell) This Bourke family held the estate of Holywell in the parish of Annagh, barony of Costello, county M...
Vol 1, 189 Burke (Bekan) The Burkes of Bekan leased land in the locality and lived in the village. John F. Burke is recorded...
Vol II, 236 O'Malley (Eden) A Catholic legal family who were involved in the rising of 1798. This family held two townlands in t...
Vol II, 50 Phillips In 1641 Moyler Reogh McPhilip was the proprietor of Cloonmore in the parish of Kilbeagh, barony of C...
Vol I, 18 Tyrrell A Christopher Tirrel was granted over 750 acres in the barony of Ballintober, county Roscommon in 16...
Vol 1, 214 & Vol II, 87 (Deane) Beere At the time of Griffith's Valuation Richard Beere held two townlands in the parish of Bohola and one...
Vol II, 639 (Strogen) Evans (Belgarrow) In the early 18th century the Evans family settled in Ballinrobe, barony of Kilmaine, county Mayo, b...
Vol I, 214 (Rosslevin Castle) Jordan (Rosslevin) The Jordans owned an estate in the barony of Gallen throughout the 18th and 19th centuries. At the t...
Vol II, 68 Kelly (Midfield) At the time of the first Ordnance Survey in the 1830s Kellys held part of Longfield in the parish of...
Vol I, 214 McManus (Barleyhill) The McManus family held an estate in the parish of Bohola, barony of Gallen, count Mayo, from at lea...
Vol II, 87 (Goodwin) Malley William Malley owned an estate in the parish of Kildacommoge, barony of Gallen, county Mayo and appe...
Vol II, 639 Moore (Cloongee) An estate at Cloongee, parish of Templemore, barony of Gallen, county Mayo was granted to the Moores...
Vol II, 68 O'Donnell (Swineford) An estate in the parish of Kilconduff, barony of Gallen, county Mayo, held by the O'Donnells from th...
Vol II, 97 O'Dowd (Bunnyconnellan) At the beginning of the 18th century the O'Dowds retained part of their former estates centred aroun...
Vol I, 289 (Spencer Park) & Vol II, 365 (Newcastle) O'Malley (Newcastle) This branch of the O'Malley family of Burrishoole, held an estate of about 1,500 acres in the parish...
Vol II 660 Knott (Battlefield) The Knott family held lands in various parts of the barony of Corran. Lands at Emlanaghtan, in the p...
Vol II, 189 Duke The Duke family were granted lands in Sligo in the mid 17th century through the patronage of Richard...
Vol I, 6 Armstrong (Chaffpool & Moyaliff) These Armstrongs are a junior branch of the Armstrong family of Mount Heaton, county Offaly and desc...
Vol I, 6, 294 Kirkwood (Cottlestown & Clooncunny) The Kirkwood estate was centred on Cottlestown in the Barony of Tireragh, where they held extensive...
Vol I, 6 O'Connor (Corsallagh) The lands at Corsallagh were originally part of the Farrell estate but were leased by the O'Connor f...
Vol II, 167 Jones (Benada) The Jones family were descended from Sir Roger Jones who held mortgages on land which had previously...
Vol II, 167 Robinson Cloonbarry was the seat of the Robinson family who owned land in Kilmacteige and Achonry parishes. T...
Vol II, 218 O'Hara The O'Haras were the only Gaelic family to continue as major landowners in County Sligo up to modern...
Vol I, 294, Vol II, 209 (Smithstown) Wingfield Stratford Edward and John Wingfield were twin brothers, sons of Richard Wingfield, 3rd Viscount Powerscourt, a...
Vol I, 504 Crofton (Sligo) The Croftons acquired land in the 17th century from the McSweeneys which had previously been part of...
Vol I, 503 Irwin (Tanrego) McTernan states that John Irwin, a Cromwellian soldier, wsa granted the lands at Tanrego in the seve...
Vol I, 594 Fenton The Fenton family held land in and around Easky throughtout the 19th century. Various family members...
Vol II, 135 Taaffe (Killedan) Killedan townland, parish of Killedan, barony of Gallen, county Mayo, was church land held by the Kn...
Vol II, 35 Tuohy In the 19th century the Tuohys held lands from the Lynch Blosses and Moores of Moorehall in the pari...
Vol II, 97 Atkinson (Sallymount) Lewis Atkinson held Sallymount, parish of Kilgarvan, barony of Gallen, county Mayo, from the Wingfie...
Vol II, 365 Bolingbroke An estate of more than a 1000 acres in the parish of Meelick, barony of Gallen, county Mayo held in...
Vol I 157, 513 Cogan (Rockbrook) The Cogan family occupied a property which in the early 18th century had belonged to the Phibbs fami...
Vol I 163 Cooper (Markree) Edward Cooper was a soldier in Richard Coote [Lord Collooney]'s, regiment of horse. He is known in...
Vol I 163 Meredith The Merediths acquired Cloonamahon and associated lands in the 18th century when a Meredith married...
Vol I, 10 Bourke (Carrowkeel) The Bourkes were established at Carrowkeel in the parish of Addergoole, barony of Tirawley, Co Mayo,...
Vol II, 242 Bourke (Heathfield) An estate in the parishes of Kilbride and Lackan, barony of Tirawley, Co Mayo, comprised of 1663 acr...
Vol I 167, Vol II 142 Neynoe The Neynoe family owned this estate in Ballysumaghan parish since the 18th century. They appear to h...
Vol I, 120 Green The Greene estate was part of the Knox Gore estate in the parish of Ballysakeery, barony of Tirawley...
Vol I, 10 & 438 Cormack/Cormick A family originally from Munster who purchased land in the barony of Erris, county Mayo, in the earl...
Vol I 168 Keogh (Tirerrill) At the time of the first Ordnance Survey in the 1830s John Keogh of Dublin was the proprietor of a n...
Vol II 204 Ormsby (Castle Dargan) The Ormsby family held property at Castledargan since the end of the 17th century. William Ormsby i...
Vol II, 121 & 507 Gardiner (Farmhill) The Gardiners were resident in the parishes of Kilfian and Rathreagh, barony of Tirawley, county May...
Vol II, 507 Gardiner (Courthill) The Ordnance Survey Name Books record John Gardiner of Courthill leasing lands from the Earl of Arra...
Vol II, 507 Goodwin Springhill in the parish of Rathreagh, barony of Tirawley, Co Mayo, was leased from Sir William Palm...
Vol II, 95 Handy A county Westmeath family, prominent Methodists, who owned land in the Killala area from at least th...
Vol I, 120 Howley (Broadlands) Patrick C Howley held a number of townlands in the parishes of Attymass and Kilgarven, barony of Gal...
Vol II, 189 (Belleek) Howley (Belleek Castle) The Howley family appear in both Hussey de Burgh and the 1876 Landowners Survey as owners of land in...
Vol II, 97 (Bowfield, Ellagh and Rabbit Hill) Howley (Belleek Castle) The Howley family appear in both Hussey de Burgh and the 1876 Landowners Survey as owners of land in...
Vol I, 438 Jackson (Fortland) At the time of Griffith's Valuation a junior branch of the Jacksons of Enniscoe had an estate in the...
Vol II, 189 (Ardnaree Cottage) Jones (Ardnaree) The lands of Ardnaree, parish of Kilmoremoy, barony of Tirawley, county Mayo, were granted to Sir Th...
Vol I, 10 Anderson (Wood Park) The Massbrook estate, parish of Addergoole, barony of Tirawley, county Mayo, was leased from John Wa...
Vol I, 438 Pratt The Jackson estate at Enniscoe, parish of Crossmolina, barony of Tirawley, county Mayo became the pr...
Vol II, 121 Kirkwood (Bartragh Island) Captain Charles Kirkwood of Bartragh Island, parish of Killala, barony of Tirawley, county Mayo, hel...
Vol II, 121 Knox (Castlereagh) The Knoxes came from county Donegal and settled at Castlereagh in the 17th century. By the early 1...
Vol I, 156 Knox (Mount Falcon) An estate in the parish of Ballynahaglish, barony of Tirawley, county Mayo, previously belonging to...
Vol I, 438 & Vol II, 95 Knox (Rappa) Originally a Crofton estate which passed through a marriage connection to a younger son of the Knoxe...
Vol II, 242 (Carrowmore) & 610 (Palmerstown) Palmer The Palmer family held extensive estates in counties Mayo and Sligo, some of which they were granted...
Vol I, 120 & 438 Knox (Netley Park) Henry William Knox and his brother John sold almost 3000 acres in the parishes of Crossmolina and Ki...
Vol II, 95 Knox (Greenwoodpark) A junior branch of the Knoxes of Rappa held an estate in the parish of Kilfian, barony of Tirawley,...
Vol II, 242 (Castle Lackan) Knox (Castle Lackan) The Knoxes of Castle Lackan, parish of Killala, barony of Tirawley and later of Creagh, parish of Ba...
Vol I, 438 (Belville) & Vol II, 329 (Belville) Orme (Owenmore) The Orme family owned extensive property in county Mayo and also around the village of Enniscrone in...
Vol I, 438 (Abbeytown & Glenmore), Vol II, 329 (Glenmore) Orme (Abbeytown & Glenmore) The Ormes of Abbeytown held an estate in the parish of Crossmolina, barony of Tirawley, county Mayo...
Vol I, 438 Orme (Ballycarron) This family of Ormes held lands in the parish of Crossmolina, barony of Tirawley and part of the Ste...
Vol I, 438 Ormsby (Gortnaraby) By the late 17th century a branch of the Ormsby family had settled at Cloghans, parish of Kilbelfad,...
Vol I, 438 (Rinagry) & Vol II, 95 (Killeena) Ormsby (Rinagry) A small estate in the parish of Kilbelfad, barony of Tirawley, county Mayo, held by a junior branch...
Vol II, 121 & 610 Palmer (Summerhill) In 1741 James O'Hara, 2nd Baron Tyrawley, leased an estate in the parish of Templemurry, barony of T...
Vol I, 120 Perkins John Perkins was agent for some of the property owned by the Gores, Earls of Arran in the first half...
Vol II, 95 (Smithstown) & 242 (Lissadrone) Pugh At the time of Griffith's Valuation, the Pugh family held lands in the parishes of Annagh, Kilcolman...
Vol I, 120 Waldron Waldrons of Balla leased three townlands in the parish of Crossmolina, barony of Tirawley, county Ma...
Vol II, 188 Bingham (Bingham's Castle) The Bingham family of Newbrook, parish of Robeen, county Mayo, later Barons Clanmorris, inherited ha...
Vol II, 66 Bournes In 1707 the Bournes family, Cromwellian settlers from Castle Connor, county Sligo, acquired lands in...
Vol II, 66 (O'Donel) Clive (Croy Lodge) By the time of Griffith's Valuation Reverend Archer Clive of Herefordshire, England, had bought some...
Vol II, 66 (Pickle Point) Carter The Carter family of Castlemartin, county Kildare, inherited half the Shaen lands in the barony of E...
Vol II, 66 Blake (Inver) Isidore Peter Blake held an estate of almost 2,000 acres at Inver in the parish of Kilcommon, barony...
Vol II, 188 Lyons Dean John Patrick Lyons, Parish Priest of Kilmore Erris, and his brother Luke held land in the Bingh...
Vol I, 92 (Mount Browne) & 94 (Westport House & Boathaven) Browne (Westport) A very large estate in county Mayo, much of it formerly Bourke property, was acquired by Colonel Joh...
Vol I, 94 (Oldhead) & Vol II, 67 & 517 (Bloomfield) Ruttledge (Bloomfield) In May 1749, Peter Ruttledge of Cornfield and Carrowkillen, parish of Robeen, barony of Kilmaine, co...
Vol I, 94 Garvey (Murrisk) Under the Acts of Settlement the Garveys were granted lands at Murrisk and Carrowkeel in the parish...
Vol I, 94 Higgins (Westport) According to Burke's Landed Gentry the Higgins or O'Higgins family had been extensive landowners in...
Vol I, 94 Davis Neal Davis was attorney and agent to the Earl of Lucan.
II, 67 Bell (Purrauns) In 1667 Robert Bell, an orphan, was granted over 1,800 acres in the baronies of Kilmaine and Clanmor...
Vol I, 510 Blake (Ballinafad) In the early 17th century a younger son of the Blake family of Ballyglunin, county Galway, acquired...
Vol I, 289 (Pasley) Bourke (Ballynew) The Bourkes of Ballynew, parish of Aglish, near Castlebar, county Mayo, held a small townland from S...
Vol II, 661 Kearney A junior branch of the Kearneys of Blanchville, county Kilkenny settled in county Mayo in the late 1...
Vol I, 223 Browne (Breaghwy) A junior branch of the Brownes of the Neale, county Mayo, was located in the parish of Breaghwy in t...
Vol I, 510 Acton (Bridgemount) The Acton family had an estate of over a thousand acres in the parish of Drum, barony of Carra, coun...
Vol I, 232 (Carrownacon) McDonnell (Carnacon) The McDonnells were settled in the Ballintober area of county Mayo from the 18th century, where they...
Vol I, 232 Lynch/Crean Lynch A junior branch of the Lynch Blosse family baronets, who obtained leases of the Clogher estate, in t...
Vol II, 585 Crean A Blake property at the beginning of the 18th century which passed by marriage to the Creans, a coun...
Vol I, 223 (Fisherhill) & II, 116 (Newforest) D'Arcy (Newforest) This branch of the D'Arcy family were descended from Martin D'Arcy, second son of James 'Riveagh' D'...
Vol I, 136 O'Malley (Kilboyne) Burke's Peerage states that Owen O'Malley of Milcum and Burrishoole, county Mayo, married Anne, sist...
Vol II,135 (Ballinamore) & 538 (Castlelucas) Ormsby (Ballinamore) The Ballinamore estate, in the parish of Killedan, barony of Gallen, county Mayo, was granted to the...
Vol I, 223 & 289 (Rockland) & 289 (The Lawn) Bingham The Binghams were military commanders sent to Connacht in the 16th century, where they settled in th...
Vol I, 279. Godley The Godley family held lands in the barony of Carrigallen, centred around the house at Killygar, som...
Vol I, 279. Gore (Woodford) In 1703 William Gore of Woodford bought part of the estate of Charles O'Connor, attainted, in the ba...
Vol I, 279. O'Brien (Carrigallen) Acheson O'Brien of Drumsilla was High Sheriff of Leitrim in 1810. In 1852 and 1853 over 2000 acres...
Vol I, 520. Penrose The Penrose estate was centred on Corduff House in the mid 19th century. The property may have been...
Vol I, 520. Percy The estate at Garadice was offered for sale in the Landed Estates Court in May 1865 on behalf of fiv...
Vol. II, 452. Percy The estate at Garadice was offered for sale in the Landed Estates Court in May 1865 on behalf of fiv...
Vol II, 452. Shanley William Shanley is recorded as the owner of over 150 acres near Ballinamore in the 1870s. McParlan...
Vol.I, 279. Simpson (Clooncorick) A family who settled in the Drumsna area of county Leitrim at the beginning of the 18th century. Mr....
Vol I, 161 Lynch (Partry) Sir Henry Lynch of Castlecarra, granted his mother the lands of Cloonlagheen, parish of Ballyovey, b...
Vol II, 27 Browne (Raheens) A junior branch of the Brownes of the Neale held an estate in the parishes of Aglish and Islandeady,...
Vol I, 352 Algeo The Algoe family occupied an estate in this part of Leitrim through much of the 19th century. As wel...
Vol I, 352. Armstrong (Munakill) Allen Armstrong is recorded in 1814 as residing at Commons while Simon Armstrong's address was Tooth...
Vol. II, 24. Fawcett (Lecarrow) In 1830 James Nesbitt Cullen conveyed lands at Lough Allen, county Leitrim to James Fawcett. In 184...
Vol. II, 537. Johnston (Kinlough) The Johnston family from Fermanagh purhased this land in Leitrim in the early 18th century. In 1802...
Vol.I 366 O'Donnell (Larkfield) The O'Donnell family leased the Larkfield property from the Lane-Fox estate. According to O Duigneai...
Vol I, 223 (Hawthorn) O'Malley (Hawthorn) The descendants of Charles O'Malley of Belclare, barony of Murrisk, county Mayo, were settled in the...
Vol I, 352. Tottenham The Tottenham family's main properties were based in Leinster, especially in the counties of Wicklow...
Vol I, 518. Stewart (Drumahaire)
Vol II, 141. Johnston (Friarstown) The Friarstown estate was held on lease by the Johnston family from the Earl of Milltown though Fria...
Vol I, 518. Palmer (Leitrim) The Palmer family were resident at Sriff or Shriff from at least the end of the 18th century. They...
Vol I, 617 Lawder/Lauder The Lawders were a Scottish family who came to Ireland in the late 16th century marrying into landed...
Vol I, 28. Rowley (Co Leitrim) The Rowley family inherited the Campbell estate at Mountcampbell through the marriage, in 1766, of C...
Vol I, 28 (Lismoyle) & Vol II, 186 (Ashfort) Waldron/Waldron Hamilton A Leicestershire family who settled at Cartron near Carrick-on-Shannon on the county Leitrim/Roscomm...
Vol I, 161 Plunket (Mayo & Cork) During the 19th century the Plunkets, many of whom were prominent clerics in the Church of Ireland,...
Vol II, 639 Blake (Towerhill & Bunowen) The Blakes of Menlo Castle, county Galway, held the lands of Clonyne and Clooneen or Towerhill, pari...
Vol II, 661(Turlough Park) FitzGerald (Turlough) This family from Gorteens in county Kilkenny was transplanted to county Mayo under the Cromwellian s...
Vol II, 661 Semple In the 19th century the Semples held a small leasehold estate in the parish of Turlough, barony of C...
Vol I, 223 McAlpine At the time of Griffith's Valuation Colonel James McAlpine held 3 townlands in the parish of Aglish...
Vol I, 289 (Mount Gordon) Boyd (Mount Gordon) In 1716 the Boyds bought the estate of Crosspatrick, parish of Killala, barony of Tirawley, county M...
Vol I, 116 Blake (Cloonee) The Blakes of Lakeview or Cloonee held an estate in the parish of Kilmainebeg, barony of Kilmaine, c...
Vol I, 116 Blake (Springvale) A small property, just outside the town of Ballinrobe, barony of Kilmaine, county Mayo, held by a br...
Vol I, 116 & Vol II, 67 (Cloonnagashel & Clooncormick) Gildea The Gildeas were established at Port Royal in county Mayo from early in the 18th century, where they...
Vol I, 116 Livesay (Cuslough) A small estate at Cuslough, parish of Ballinrobe, barony of Kilmaine, county Mayo, was held by Richa...
Vol I, 116 Martyn (Curraghmore) Abstracts of original documents in the Blake Papers show that an estate at Curraghmore was granted t...
Vol I, 392 & Vol II, 555 D'Arcy (Houndswood) John D'Arcy was granted almost 1,700 acres in the baronies of Ross and Athenry, county Galway and in...
Vol II, 67 Bowen (Annefield) The Bowens of county Mayo appear to be descended from the Bowens of Ballyadams, Queen's county [coun...
Vol II, 67 Jenings (Mount Jennings) George Jenings, a lawyer and agent, in the mid 18th century, acquired lands from various proprietors...
Vol II, 169 Jenings (Fountainhill) The Jenings family were established at Fountainhill in the parish of Kilmainebeg, county Mayo, from...
Vol II, 5 & 67 (Hollymount) Lindsey (Hollymount) This branch of the Lindsey family were descended from a younger son of the first Lindsey of Turin, p...
Vol II, 67 St. Leger (Co Mayo) At the time of the first Ordnance Survey Bartholomew St Leger held a small estate in the parish of K...
Vol II, 517 Ruttledge (Togher) James Ruttledge of Tawnaghmore, parish of Kilbelfad, barony of Tirawley, county Mayo, had a son, Dav...
Vol II, 67 (Bushfield/Knox), 67 &171 (Fortville) Fair (Fortville) In 1788 Robert Fair of Ballyjennings, parish of Kilmainemore, county Mayo, was leasing lands from a...
Vol II, 67 (Fair) Ruttledge (Carravilla) William Ruttledge, son of Thomas of Headford, county Galway, settled in Hollymount, barony of Kilmai...
Vol II, 171 Lewin (Cloghans) A family who were settled on the Galway/Mayo border at Cloghans, parish of Kilmainemore, barony of K...
Vol II, 171 Lindsey Bucknall The Lindseys were well established in north Mayo at the beginning of the 18th century. On 14 Dec 17...
Vol II, 171 Miller (Milford) A family of Cromwellian settlers who were granted over 1,000 acres in the parishes of Kilmainemore a...
Vol II, 181 Browne (Neale) A family established at The Neale, county Mayo, from the 16th century which they were regranted alon...
Vol II, 517 (Newbrook) Bingham (Newbrook) This estate was founded by John Bingham of Foxford, county Mayo, younger brother of Sir Henry Bingha...
Vol II, 517 Brannick At the time of the first Ordnance Survey the Brannicks were leasing land from David Watson Ruttledge...
Vol II, 517 Browne (Brownstown) A junior branch of the Brownes of The Neale and of Westport, county Mayo, who originally settled at...
Vol II, 555 Golding/Goulding In the early part of the 19th century Moyne Lodge, part of the estate of the Blakes of Merlin Park,...
Vol II, 55 & 171 (Glencorrib) Browne/Dillon-Browne (Glencorrib) A branch of the Browne family of the Neale, barony of Kilmaine, county Mayo, settled near the villag...
Vol II, 555 Kirwan (Dalgan) This junior branch of the Kirwans of Cregg Castle, county Galway, were merchants in the city of Galw...
Vol II, 555 Lynch (Ballycurrin) An estate in the parish of Shrule, barony of Kilmaine, county Mayo, in the possession of the Lynch f...
Vol II, 214. Peyton (Castlecarra) In the 1870s Castlecarra was the home of William Peyton who owned almost 4000 acres in county Leitr...
Vol II, 214. Keon McParlan records that a member of the Keon family, a minor, was a non-resident proprietor in Leitri...
Vol II, 217. Peyton (Loughscur) Richard Reynolds Peyton of Loughscur owned over 2500 acres in county Leitrim in the 1870s. He was Hi...
Vol II, 217. Slacke/Slack Rev. William Slacke, with an address at Newcastle, county Down, owned over 2000 acres in Leitrim in...
Vol II, 217. Peyton (Driney) This estate, amounting to 1210 acres was the property of Rev. Walter Peyton, incumbrant of Billas, V...
Vol II, 217. Peyton (Laheen) The estate at Laheen, which had previously been associated with the Reynolds family, came into the P...
Vol II, 214. Peyton (Port) Port became part of the Peyton estate through the marriage of John Hamilton Peyton to Mary Cunningha...
Vol II, 376. O'Brien (Mohill) McParlan includes Mr. O'Brien, Drumrahan, on a list of "resident gentleman of property" in 1802....
Vol I, 379. West (Mohill) The Wests were a family from county Dublin who appear to have acquired land in Connacht by marriage....
Vol I, 379. Clements The Clements family in Ireland were descended from Daniel Clements, a Cromwellian officer, originall...
Vol I, 28. Nesbitt/Nisbett The main Nisbett estate was centred around Derrycarne Demesne near Dromod. They had originally lived...
Vol II, 537. Connolly The Connolly family leased lands from the Johnston estate in Kinlough and there is some suggestion t...
Vol Ii, 131. (Rockwood) Cullen The Cullen family had held land in Leitrim, particularly in the Manorhamilton and Kinlough areas, si...
Vol I, 352. Gledstanes George Gledstanes, originally from county Tyrone, married Jane Cullen of Skreeney. They resided at F...
Vol II, 536-7 Dickson The Dickson family acquired lands in the Tullaghan area of the parish of Rossinver, county Leitrim,...
Vol II, 537 Tynte In 1667 Henry Tynte was granted lands in counties Limerick and Cork. The Tynte family's estate was...
Vol II, 171 (Rathgranagher) Cromie At the time of Griffith's Valuation Reverend William Cromie, nephew of the 2nd Baron Kilmaine, occup...
Vol I, 437 Arbuthnot Local sources suggest the Arbuthnot family were located in the parish of Burrishoole, barony of Burr...
I, 437 (Farmhill) Bell/Gonne Bell In the mid 17th century the Bells were granted the lands of Streamstown, parish of Kilcolman, barony...
Vol II, 64 Browne (Claremount) There are references in the will of the 1st Earl of Altamont to the purchase of part of the Bell est...
Vol I, 392 (Ashford) & 437 (Castlemagarret) Browne (Castlemagarret) The Brownes of Carrowbrowne, parish of Oranmore, county Galway, had estates in the counties Galway,...
Vol II, 358 (Brize) Coghlan Under the Acts of Settlement a Francis and Mary Coghlan were granted over 800 acres in the parish of...
Vol I, 437 (Brookhill) Lambert (Brookhill) The Lamberts of county Mayo were descended from the county Galway family located at Cregclare and Ag...
Vol II, 236 Ruttledge (Ballyhowly) Peter Ruttledge, eldest son of William Ruttledge of Hollymount, county Mayo, leased a number of farm...
Vol I, 214 & Vol II, 87 Deane Thomas Deane, a merchant, was granted over 1,500 acres mainly in the baronies of Clare and Dunmore,...
Vol II, 639 Strogen The Strogens held Belgarrow, parish of Toomore, barony of Tirawley, county Mayo, from the Evans fami...
II, 50 McDonnell (Palmfield) The Statistical Survey of county Mayo records Myles McDonnell of Cloonmore, barony of Costello, as a...
I, 392 Guinness Sir Benjamin Lee Guinness of the famous brewing family began to purchase Connacht estates for sale i...
II, 529 Clements & Caulfeild The Rosshill estate in the parishes of Ross, Cong and Ballinchalla, barony of Ross, county Galway, w...
II, 529 Lynch (Petersburg) This family settled at Ballynonagh Castle on the shore of Lough Mask, barony of Ross, county Galway,...
Vol II, 211. O'Hara (Raheen) It was to the Raheen area that some of the Kilkelly family moved when they were deprived of lands a...
Vol I, 189 (Lough Cutra), 242 (Roxborough) Vereker (Viscount Gort) Lough Cutra or Lough Cooter was originally O'Shaughnessy land which was granted to Thomas Prendergas...
Vol I, 189 McNevin Emily Blake Forster married Daniel McNevin and they resided at Clooneene (Ashfield) in the 1830s. Da...
Vol I, 189. Butler (Cregg) The Butlers acquired lands at Cregg through marriage with the O'Shaughnessys. Francis Butler is reco...
Vol. I, 339 & Vol. II, 217. D'Arcy (Kiltullagh & Clifden Castle) The D'Arcy family of Kiltullagh, parish and barony of Athenry, county Galway, was founded by Patrick...
II, 64 (Edmondstown) Costello (Edmondstown) The Costellos were settled at Castlemore, parish of Castlemore, barony of Costello, county Mayo, fro...
I, 305 (Castlemore & Brooklawn). Vol.II 599 (Lough-Glynn). Dillon (Loughglynn) The Dillon family held a large estate on the border of counties Mayo and Roscommon. They were descen...
Vol II, 50. Burke (Kiltartan) John Burke, of Normangrove, near Kinvara, is recorded as offering lands for lease in that area in t...
Vol II, 50. Lahiff The Lahiff family held property in various parishes in the barony of Kiltartan. They occupied a hous...
Vol II, 50. Eyre (Burke Eyre) The property at Cloon is described as being occupied by Burke Eyre in 1814 and 1837. In 1824 Edward...
Vol II, 234. Mahon (Northampton) The Northampton estate was owned by the Mahon family who built Northampton House. Portions of the es...
II, 402 Burke (Danesfield) The Burkes of Danesfield, parish and barony of Moycullen, county Galway, owned an estate of about 2,...
II, 77 (Lemonfield & Ardvarn) O'Flahertie (Lemonfield) The O'Flaherties of Lemonfield are descended from the O'Flaherties of Aughnenure Castle near Oughter...
II, 77 (Clareville) & II, 406 (Ballynahinch & Garroman) Martin (Ballynahinch) A branch of the Anglo Norman family of Martin, one of the Tribes of Galway, was granted the O'Flaher...
II, 125 Martin (Ross) The Martin family were established beside Ross Lake in the barony of Moycullen, county Galway, from...
II, 125 Geoghegan/O'Neill (Bunowen) Art Geoghegan of Castletown, county Westmeath, was transplanted to the confiscated O'Flaherty lands...
II, 402 Browne (Kirkullen) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Michael D. Browne held one townland in the parish and barony of...
II, 402 Kilkelly (Drimcong) Originally large landowners in the Kinvarra area of south county Galway, the Kilkelly estates had be...
II, 402 O'Flaherty (Knockbane) This branch of the O'Flaherty family of Renvyle had an estate in the parish and barony of Moycullen,...
Vol I, 56. Vol II, 152. Lambert (Cregclare) In 1824 Walter Lambert, Creggaclare, Walter Lambert, Castle Lambert, Walter Lambert, Lambert Lodge,...
Vol I, 56. Shawe-Taylor Walter Taylor was granted almost a thousand acres in the barony of Kiltartan, county Galway in Febru...
Vol I, 56. Martyn (Tulira) In 1824 Edward Martyn is listed as a resident proprietor in county Galway. John Martyn was the owner...
Vol I, 56. Daly (Castledaly) This branch of the Dalys were descended from the Dalys of Killimer and also Dalysgrove, near Ahascra...
Vol I, 56. (Raheen) O'Hara (Raheen) It was to the Raheen area that some of the Kilkelly family moved when they were deprived of lands a...
Vol I, 502 & Vol II, 64. St. George (Tyrone House) The St.George estate was centred on the house at Tyrone, parish of Drumacoo, barony of Dunkellin, bu...
Vol II, 60. D'Arcy (Woodville) Robert D'Arcy is described as a resident proprietor in 1824. At the time of Griffith's Valuation he...
Vol II, 68 (Kilconickny parish). Burke (St. Cleran's) John Hardiman Burke was in possession of the St.Cleran's estate in the 1850s. He had succeeded his f...
Vol I, 652 (Killough), Vol II, 68. Daly (Dunsandle & Carnakelly) The Daly family of Dunsandle derived from Daly of Carnakelly in the parish of Kiltullagh. They bough...
Vol II, 147. Persse (Roxborough & Moyode) The Persse family first received grants of land in counties Galway and Roscommon in the 1670s. Some...
Vol II, 157. Blake (Cloghballymore) Cloghballymore was originally a Kilkelly property but it was granted to the Ffrenchs in the later 17...
Vol II, 577. Redington (Kilcornan) The Redington family estate was centred on their house at Kilcornan. This had previously been a Burk...
Vol II, 577(parish of Stradbally). Lynch (Lavally) This branch of the Lynchs were able to trace their ancestors back to at least the 14th century in th...
Vol II, 577. Ffrench (Rahasane) In 1675 the ffrenches bought the lands of Cummer and Drumgriffin in the barony of Clare which had be...
Vol II, 151. Morgan (Monksfield) The Morgan family had acquired the Monksfield estate during the 17th century and were Cromwellian se...
Vol II, 152. Rathbourne Richard Rathbourne/Rathborne was the lessor of several townlands in the parishes of Ardrahan and Kil...
Vol II, 152. Browne (Rockfield) The Browne family occupied the house at Rockfield in the parish of Killeeneen, barony of Dunkellin,...
Vol II, 152 (Moyode). Persse (Roxborough & Moyode) The Persse family first received grants of land in counties Galway and Roscommon in the 1670s. Some...
Vol II, 214. Wallace The house at Limepark is recorded as the seat of C. Wallace in 1837. Horatio Wallace was one of the...
Vol II, 26 (Castleboy) Persse (Roxborough & Moyode) The Persse family first received grants of land in counties Galway and Roscommon in the 1670s. Some...
Vol I. 189. Blaquiere/Blacquiere/de Blaquiere The Blacquiere estate amounted to over 800 acres in the parish of Beagh, barony of Kiltartan, county...
I, 646 & II, 451 Blake (Merlin Park) The Blakes of Moyne, parish of Shrule, county Mayo, were descended from the Blakes of Ardfry, county...
I, 648 Lynch (Barna) According to Burke's ''Landed Gentry of Ireland'' the Barna estate came into the possession of the L...
I, 392 (Blake Hill) & 648 (Menlo) Blake (Menlo) The Blakes, raised to the peerage as baronets in 1622, were established at Menlough on the bank of t...
Vol I, 648 (Mervue) & 290 (Caltra) Joyce (Mervue) The Joyces of Mervue, Corgary and Rahasane were all descended from a family of Joyces long establish...
I, 648 Lynch/Wilson Lynch (Renmore & Duras) A Galway family who prospered in the 18th century as merchants and bankers. Patrick M. Lynch is rec...
I, 648 (Lenaboy & Nile Lodge) O'Hara (Lenaboy) The O'Haras of Lenaboy had been established in the town of Galway since the early 18th century and m...
II, 116 Blake (Ross Lodge) The Blakes of Ross Lodge were a junior branch of the Towerhill family and held a small estate in the...
I, 29 Blake (Cregg Castle) The Blakes of Cregg Castle, county Galway, were descended from the Blakes of Renvyle and Kiltolla an...
II, 141 (Brooklodge) Blake (Ballyglunin) In ''Blake Family Records'' Martin J. Blake states that Martin Blake of Cummer, county Galway, purch...
II, 166 & 189 Blake (Corofin) Pierce Joseph Blake, third son of James Blake of Cregg Castle and his wife, Jane Joyce of Mervue, h...
II, 166 & 189 Bodkin (Annagh) The Bodkins, one of the ‘Tribes’ of Galway, were granted Annagh and other lands in the barony of Cla...
II, 166 (Ardskea) & 403 (Cooloo) Browne (Ardskea & Cooloo) In a Browne genealogy in the James Hardiman Library, NUI,Galway, the ancestry of this branch of the...
II, 157 Browne (Claran) There is a memorial to Nicholas Browne of Claran who died in 1714, his wife Cisly and their posterit...
II, 157 Burke (Ower) The Burkes of Ower were descended from a younger son of the Burkes of Clanricarde in the 15th centur...
I, 191 (Captain Kirwan) Clarke (Graig Abbey) The Clarke family were leasing the Graig Abbey property from the Warburton estate at the time of Gri...
II, 166 Coneys (Waterville) The Coneys held an estate in the parish of Cummer, barony of Clare, county Galway, in the 19th centu...
II, 155 O'Conor Donelan The Sylaun estate in the parish of Belclare, barony of Clare, county Galway, belonged to a branch of...
II, 155 (Castlehacket) Kirwan (Castlehacket) In the 16th century the Castlehacket and Cahermorris estates near Tuam in county Galway belonged to...
II, 141 Kirwan (Hillsbrook) The Kirwans of Hillsbrook, a branch of the Kirwans of Cregg, were established in the parish of Kille...
I, 84 Lambert (Castle Lambert) During the 19th century the Lamberts, a junior branch of the Lamberts of Creg Clare, county Galway,...
I, 29 Blake (Waterdale & Vermount) In the early 19th century a junior branch of the Blakes of Kiltullagh, parish of Oranmore, barony of...
II, 4 Staunton/Lynch Staunton The Stauntons, originally from Buckinghamshire, England, settled in county Galway in the mid 17th ce...
II, 166 Nolan (Ballybanagher) Over 1,300 acres at Ballybanagher in the parish of Cummer, barony of Clare, county Galway, were gran...
II, 77 (Port Carrin) & 166 (Ballinderry) Nolan (Ballinderry) The Nolans were Elizabethan settlers in the Ballinrobe area of county Mayo. They lost most of their...
II, 116 O'Flaherty (Lisdonagh) For fifty years in the middle of the 19th century a branch of the O'Flaherty family leased an estate...
I, 191 (O'Connor) Smyth (Newgarden) The Smyths appear to have held Newgarden or Pollaturk for most of the first half of the 19th century...
II, 4 St. George (Headford) The St Georges were a Cambridgeshire family who were granted lands in the Headford area by the Cromw...
Vol II, 648 Kirwan (Gardenfield) An estate in the parish of Tuam, county Galway, was restored to Martin Kirwan and his eldest son Ric...
Vol, I,106. Ryan (Cottage) Catherine Ryan leased a small estate of about 180 acres from the Athy estate at Cottage, barony of D...
II, 116 Beytagh/Beatty Betagh family members were granted lands in counties Galway and Roscommon in the late 17th century u...
II, 131 Blake (Kiltullagh, Frenchfort & Vermount) The lands of Kiltullagh/Kiltolla, parish of Oranmore, barony of Dunkellin, county Galway, were grant...
Vol II, 388-389 (Bingarra) & 403 (Mount Silk) Bodkin (Castletown & Mountsilk) From the 17th century the Bodkins were established in the parish of Moylough, barony of Tiaquin, cou...
I, 145 (Mounthazel & Mountbernard) Browne (Moyvilly & Mounthazel) The Moyvilly estate, near Oranmore, county Galway, was granted to the Brownes under the Acts of Sett...
I, 3 Browne (Moyne) The Brownes of Moyne were descended from the Brownes of Cloonkeely, near Tuam and of Newtown in the...
II, 131 Concanon The Concannons were formerly Gaelic chiefs in the Kilkerrin area of north east Galway. The lands of...
Vol II, 116 D'Arcy (Wellfort) Martin D'Arcy, a brother of James D'Arcy of Newforest, founded the D'Arcy of Wellfort estate, parish...
Vol II, 131 Evans (Cross House) At the time of Griffith’s Valuation John C. Evans was leasing a number of townlands from Lord Fitzge...
Vol I, 290 (Cruise Lawn & Greenville) & 510 (Ardkeenan - Naghten) Cruise/Cruice It is evident from documents in the Westport Papers that the Cruise family, originally from Cruiseto...
Vol II, 403 (Windfield - Lynch) Blake (Windfield) This family was transplanted to Mullaghmore, parish of Moylough, barony of Tiaquin, county Galway un...
Vol II, 131 Joyce (Corgary) An estate bought by Walter Joyce of Mervue from the French family in 1806. In the mid 19th century i...
Vol I, 3 (Newtown) Kelly (Newtown) A family with county Roscommon origins, members of 18th century generations of the Kellys served in...
Vol II, 403 Kilkelly (Summerville) An estate, centred on the house originally known as Thomastown and later as Summerville, was in the...
Vol II, 388-389 (Ryehill - Redington) Roche (Ryehill) In the late 18th century the Ryehill estate in the parish of Monivea, barony of Tiaquin, county Galw...
Vol II, 388 Mahon (Belleville) The Mahons bought the Belleville estate in the parish of Monivea, barony of Clare, county Galway, fr...
Vol I, 290 O'Kelly (Gallagh & Ticooly) The O'Kellys of Ticooly in the parish of Killosolan, barony of Tiaquin, county Galway, and later of...
Vol II, 388-389 (Monivea & Corrandoo) Ffrench (Monivea) The Monivea estate, barony of Tiaquin, county Galway, was acquired by the ffrenchs from the O'Kellys...
Vol I, 497 (Dundermott) & Vol II, 388-389 Blakeney (Abbert) Robert Blakeney, a member of a family of Elizabethan settlers, was granted lands at Castle Blakeney,...
Vol I, 3 (Abbeyknockmoy) Forster (Blake Forster) The Forster family were of English origin who first acquired property in Galway in the 1640s. The pr...
Vol II, 388-389 Burke (Tiaquin) The estate of 5,879 acres was in the parish of Monivea, barony of Tiaquin, county Mayo and was adver...
Vol I, 145 (Creeraun) O'Kelly (Creeraun) Teige Kelly was granted 191 acres in Creeraun, parish of Ballymacward, barony of Tiaquin, county Gal...
Vol II, 451. Blake (Ardfry) By patent dated 24 Feb 1681 the Blakes were granted almost 12,000 acres in counties Galway and Mayo,...
Vol I, 97. Donnellan/Donelan An estate of over 3,000 acres in the baronies of Clonmacnowen and Kilconnell, county Galway, was gra...
Vol I, 157,( Ballinagar) Nugent (Pallas) In 1677 Thomas Nugent was granted an estate of 3,250 acres in the baronies of Leitrim and Longford,...
Vol II, 216. Madden (Kiltormer) In November 1677 Fergus Madden was granted over 1,700 acres in the baronies of Leitrim and Longford,...
Vol II, 177. Burke (Ballydugan) Burke's Landed Gentry of Ireland indicates that Michael Burke of Ballintober, county Roscommon purch...
Vol II, 211. Hunt (Co Galway) The Hunt estate was centred on the house at Ballymantan, near Gort, in the mid-19th century. Edmund...
Vol II, 50. Bagot (Bagotstown, Ballyturin & Aghrane/Castlekelly) This family were first established at Bagotstown, county Limerick in the 13th century. They later he...
Vol.II, 216. Lawrence (Lawrencetown) The Lawrence family are first recorded in east Galway in the late 16th century. A John Lawrence marr...
II, 616 Roe The Roes owned an estate in the parish of Templetogher, barony of Ballymoe, county Galway from at le...
I, 218 & II, 616 McDermott (Springfield) According to William Keaveney this estate in the parish of Templetogher, barony of Ballymoe, county...
II, 616 O'Beirne (Gorteen) A branch of the O’Beirne family held the townland of Gorteen, 299 acres, in the parish of Templetogh...
I, 345 (East Prospect), Vol I, 586 Handcock Patrick Melvin writes that Carrowntryla was originally a Burke property, which was sold in 1753 to A...
Vol I, 218 Kelly (Boyounagh) A branch of the Kelly family held an estate in the parish of Boyounagh, barony of Ballymoe, county G...
Vol II, 403 Bellew (Mountbellew) The Bellew family of Williamstown, county Louth, were granted lands in the parish of Moylough, baron...
Vol II, 146 Chevers (Killian/Killyan) The Chevers/Cheevers family originally owned estates in counties Wexford and Meath. Following their...
Vol I, 84-85 (Aghrane & Thornfield) & Vol II, 125 (Castle Kelly) & 146 (Ballybane) Kelly (Aghrane Castle/Castle Kelly) The Kellys were settled at Castlekelly, Ballygar, barony of Killian, county Galway, from the late 17...
Vol II, 125 & 146 Kelly (Riversdale) Riversdale was occupied by John Kelly in the mid 1830s and by James Kelly in the mid 1850s. The Or...
Vol I, 84-85 Kelly (Rookwood) This family is well recorded in Vera Hughes' book. Crofton Kelly and his wife Elizabeth Threwles we...
Vol II, 585 Kelly (Muckloon) In 1728 the Kellys settled at Muckloon, parish of Taghboy, barony of Killian, county Galway, which t...
Vol I, 23 (Castlegar, Creggaun & Weston) Mahon (Castlegar) The Mahons were settled at Castlegar from the early 18th century. In 1711 the Earl of Clanricarde l...
Vol II, 68 (Castlegrove & Newborough) Blake (Castlegrove) By his will (1612) Robert Blake of Ardfry left the lands of Castlegrove or Fartigare as they were o...
Vol II, 68 (Blake Bermingham) Blake (Belmont) The Blakes of Belmont, parish of Liskeevy, barony of Dunmore, county Galway, were descended from Joh...
Vol I, 586 (Quarrymount), 648 (Rahoon - O'Connor) & Vol II, 648 (Kilcloony) Bodkin (Kilcloony) The Kilcloony estate, parish of Tuam, barony of Dunmore, county Galway, was granted to Edward Bodkin...
Vol II, 648 Bermingham/Birmingham Edward Bermingham, Lord Athenry, was granted over 5,000 acres, mainly in the barony of Dunmore, coun...
Vol II, 68 Jennings (Ironpool) Richard Jenings of Ironpool, parish of Kilconla, barony of Dunmore, county Galway, held an estate of...
Vol II, 68 Kirwan (Blindwell) Descended from a younger son of the Kirwans of Gardenfield, the Kirwans of Blindwell, built up a sub...
Vol II, 648 Daly (Ballygaddy) An estate in the parish of Kilbennan, barony of Dunmore, county Galwy, held by John Daly from Nesbit...
Vol II, 68 (Rockwell) Lynch (Rockwell) Mary Lynch and her son Michael were granted 333 acres at Tobberoe by patent dated 16 Mar 1678. At th...
Vol II, 125 (Ballinamore & Ballinlass) & 146 (St Brendans) ffrench (Ballinamore) The Honourable Martin ffrench was a younger brother of Sir Thomas ffrench, 3rd Baron. Martin ffrenc...
Vol II, 125 D'Arcy (Ballinlass) In the first half of the 19th century Nicholas D'Arcy owned land in the parishes of Aghascragh and T...
Vol II, 648 (Queensfort) Leonard John Leonard of the Waterford family of that name, was granted over 600 acres in the barony of Kilco...
Vol II, 131 Nolan (Cloverfield) A property of 73 acres belonged to John Nolan at Cloverfield, in the parish of Killoscobe, barony of...
Vol. I, 84 & 189. Lopdell A family who came to Ireland in the mid 17th century and purchased land in county Galway. They were...
Vol. II, 147. Daly (Killimordaly) This branch of the Dalys are derived from Teige Fitzdermot O'Daly who built Killimor Castle in the 1...
Vol.II, 147. Burke (Killimer) This branch of the Burke family is known as Burke of Slatefield, deriving from their connection with...
Vol. I, 379. Blake (Drum, Tully & Gortnamona) In his genealogy of the Blakes of Drum, Tully and Gortnamona, Martin J. Blake refers to a grant date...
Vol. 2, 61. Kelly (Kellysgrove) James Kealy, son and heir of William Kealy, was granted 612 acres at Kealye's Grove by patent dated...
Vol. II, 61 (Caher, Mackney) Dillon (Clonbrock) The Dillons were a Norman family who initially received grants of land in Westmeath and who later ac...
Vol. II, 61. Ashe Norman Ashe was one of the principal lessors in the parish of Kilcloony, barony of Clonmanowen, at t...
Vol. II, 61. Trench (Garbally) Burke indicates that the Trenches originated in France but settled in the North of England. Frederic...
Vol.II, 61.(Perssepark) Persse (Roxborough & Moyode) The Persse family first received grants of land in counties Galway and Roscommon in the 1670s. Some...
Vol. 2, 69, (Eastwell), 97-98 (The Lodge). Ussher [Usher] (Eastwell) This family share a common ancestry with the other Ussher families in Ireland. At the end of the 17t...
Vol. II, 152. (Parish of Killora). Blake (Rockfield) In 1855 Patrick Blake was in possession of the house and home estate at Rockfield consisting of buil...
Vol. I, 97. Wade (Aughrim) The Wade family held lands at Carrowmore, barony of Kilconnell during the late 18th and 19th centuri...
Vol. I, 97. Lynch (Kilconnell) In 1824 the Lynch family are recorded as being of Rathglass in the parish of Kilconnell. The Rathgla...
Vol. I, 97. North Northbrook was the residence of Mr. William North in 1814. The lands at Northbrook or Garrinahane, p...
Vol. I, 97. Standford (Kilconnell)
Vol. I, 145. (Fitzsimons) Evans (Ballymacward) William Evans occupied this property at Carrownea for most of the 19th century as it is recorded as...
Vol. I, 145. Davis/Davies (Kilconnell) John Davies was resident at Castle-bin, Kilconnell, in 1814. The estate of George Davies, in the par...
Vol. I, 145. Barrett (Greenhills & Ballintava) At the time of Griffith's Valuation, John Samuel Barrett was leasing the Greenhills estate in the pa...
Vol. I, 632. (Clonbrock) Dillon (Clonbrock) The Dillons were a Norman family who initially received grants of land in Westmeath and who later ac...
Vol. I, 632. McDonagh (Kilconnell) Walter McDonagh held an estate at Lowville, parish of Fohanagh, barony of Kilconnell, at the time of...
Vol. I, 433. Vol. II, 69. Comyn (Kilconnell) Burke's ''Landed Gentry of Ireland'' states that Andrew Comyn of Ryefield, county Roscommon, married...
Vol. II, 69. Donnellan (Kilconnell) The Donnellan family of Hillswood is connected with that of Ballydonelan. Burke states that the fami...
Vol I, 114 (Ballingarry Castle - Marmaduke Thompson), Vol. II, 124 (Woodlawn), II, 672 (Sopwell), Trench (Woodlawn) The Trench family at Woodlawn were one of a number of Trench families who came to prominence in coun...
Vol. I, 23 (under Ahascragh parish) + Vol. I, 290 (Castleblakeney). ffrench (Castle ffrench) Originally known as Clogher and purchased by the ffrenches from the O'Kellys in 1636. Confiscated b...
Vol. II, 211. Carrick/Carrig Patrick Carrick was leasing property in the parishes of Beagh, Kilmacduagh and Kitartan at the time...
Vol. I, 2. (Brooklawn) Blake (Duniry) At the time of Griffith's Valuation, Peter Blake was leasing a property in the townland of Duniry to...
Vol. I, 157. Burke (Moyglass) Under the Acts of Settlement John Burke was granted over 300 acres around Moyglass, barony of Leitri...
Vol. I, 375. Blake (Meelick) The Blake family of Meelick in the barony of Leitrim, county Galway, were descended from the Blakes...
Vol. I, 375. Burke (Tintrim) John Burke of Tintrim is recorded as a resident proprietor in 1824. Tintrim was also recorded as the...
Vol. I, 157. White (Clonrush) Roderick White is recorded as one of the principal lessors in the parish of Clonrush, barony of Leit...
Vol.II, 211. Gregory The Coole estate was purchased by Robert Gregory from the Martyns of Tullira in 1768 on his return f...
Vol. II, 61. Coolohan/Colohan Martin Coolohan was leasing a property at Ballyeighter, barony of Clonmacnowen from the Clonbrock es...
Vol. II, 451. Athy The Athy family were one of the original Tribes of Galway. Their estate was mainly centred around th...
Vol.II, 451 (Oran Castle). Blake (Doonmacreena & Oranmore) This branch of the Blake family, descended from the Blakes of Ballyglunin, county Galway, was settle...
Vol II. 136. (Normangrove) Burke (Kiltartan) John Burke, of Normangrove, near Kinvara, is recorded as offering lands for lease in that area in t...
Vol. II, 234. (Kinvarradoorus) Butler (Cregg) The Butlers acquired lands at Cregg through marriage with the O'Shaughnessys. Francis Butler is reco...
Vol. II, 71. Kelly (Barony of Leitrim) The estate of Edward Kelly, situated at Killeen, in the barony of Leitrim, county Galway, was offere...
Vol. II, 663. (Pallas & Flowerhill) Nugent (Pallas) In 1677 Thomas Nugent was granted an estate of 3,250 acres in the baronies of Leitrim and Longford,...
Vol.II, 663 (Killeen). Kelly (Barony of Leitrim) The estate of Edward Kelly, situated at Killeen, in the barony of Leitrim, county Galway, was offere...
Vol.I, 480.(Eyrecourt Castle & Eyreville) Eyre (Eyrecourt & Eyreville) Giles Eyre, Eyrecourt Castle and Thomas Knutford Eyre, Eyreville, are described as resident propriet...
Vol. II, 147. Hearn/Hearn Kirkaldy Thomas Edward Hearn of Hearnsbrook is recorded as a resident proprietor in 1824. At the time of Grif...
Vol. II, 147. McDermott (Ramore/Rathmore) James Anthony McDermott of Ramore married Mary Agnes Blake of Cregg Castle in the early 19th century...
Vol. II, 216. (Newtowneyre). Eyre (Eyrecourt & Eyreville) Giles Eyre, Eyrecourt Castle and Thomas Knutford Eyre, Eyreville, are described as resident propriet...
Vol. II, 216. Callanan (Co Galway) The Callanans are recorded as residing at Skecoor from at least the early 19th century. Matilda Call...
Vol. II, 216. Digges (Kiltormer) Lewis records Chilhame House, parish of Kiltormer, as the seat of the Digges family in 1837. Genealo...
Vol. II, 469. Palmer (Lickmolassy) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Samuel Palmer was leasing a property valued at £35 from the Clan...
Vol.I, 43. I, 225 (Ballinwillin), II, 88 (Springvale), 372 (Mitchelstown) King (Kingston/Lorton) The King estate was one of the largest in Connacht including lands in Leitrim, Mayo and Sligo as wel...
Vol. I, 43. Mulloy In the later nineteenth century the Mulloy estate was centred on the demesne of Hughestown, county R...
Vol. I, 43. Peyton (Knockvicar) The representatives of Charles Peyton are recorded as the owners of over 600 acres in county Roscomm...
Vol.I, 219 & II, 220. Elwood (Roscommon) The Elwood family settled at Kilkeeran Castle, in the parish of Kilmainebeg, barony of Kilmaine, cou...
II, 155 Grant (Cloonmore) The Grants held a small estate comprised of 2 townlands in the parish of Belclare, barony of Clare,...
II, 157 (Carnacrow) Skerrett (Ballinduff) The Skerretts owned an estate in the barony of Clare, county Galway, which was confiscated at the ti...
II, 648 Lindsey (Wilfort) Another branch of the Lindsey family, originally of Garrankeel, near Ballina, county Mayo, lived at...
II, 648 (Tullinadaly - James Kirwan) Vesey (Castlebar) George Vesey of Castlebar held the townland of Cahernabrock, parish of Shrule, barony of Kilmaine, c...
Vol II, 585 ffrench (Claremont) Gonville ffrench was a younger brother of the 3rd Baron ffrench of Castle ffrench, county Galway. H...
Vol I, 85 Mahon (Thornfield) John Mahon was leasing land from the Kellys of Castle Kelly in the mid 19th century. He was a grand...
Vol I, 44 (Runnamoat), 85 (Curramore) & 98 ( Lissadorn), Vol. II, 102 (South Park). Balfe The Balfe family were settled at Heathfield in county Roscommon in the 18th century but had moved to...
Vol II, 176 (Mote & Ballymurray) & 526 (Mote) Crofton (Mote Park) The senior branch of the Crofton family settled at Ballymurray, county Roscommon in the 16th century...
II, 141 (Scregg) & 176 (Ballymurray) Kelly (Scregg) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Edmund Kelly held an estate in the parishes of Killinvoy and Kil...
Vol I, 636 (Castlecoote & Mount Prospect) & Vol II, 216 (Creta Cottage - Captain Dillon) Coote The Coote family settled in Queen's county (county Laois) in the early 17th century and the head of...
II, 141 Plunkett (Mountplunkett) The Plunketts were a Catholic family residing at Mountplunkett from the 18th century. Christopher Ge...
II, 481 (Rahara & Longfield) Sproule In the mid 19th century the Sproule estate was in the parish of Rahara, barony of Athlone, county Ro...
I, 247 (Curraghboy) & II, 620 (Bushy Park, Belgrave & Mount Talbot) Talbot (Mount Talbot) The Talbots were descended from a younger son of the Talbots of Malahide in the 16th century. They w...
II, 215 Smyth (New Park) In 1808 Ralph Smyth of Barbaville, Collinstown, county Westmeath, married Eliza daughter and heiress...
I, 510 Naghten (Thomastown) The Naghtens or O'Naghtens were one of the old Gaelic families who managed to retain some of their f...
I, 510 (Kelly) Vol. II, 392 (Kilbegley, Newcomen) Dillon (Johnstown) The Dillons, originally from county Westmeath, were lease holders in the parish of Drum, barony of A...
I, 247 Lyster (Lysterfield) The Lyster estate was in the parishes of Cam, Kiltoom and Taghmaconnell, barony of Athlone, county R...
II, 215 (Hodson Bay & Rockhill) Hodson (Athlone) The Hodsons appear to have been resident at St Johns, near Athlone from at least the early 18th cent...
II, 215 Wilson (Rockhill) The Wilsons held an estate of just under 300 acres at Carrownolan, parish of Kiltoom, barony of Athl...
II, 585 Kelly (Turrock) This family of Kellys had an estate in the parishes of Taghboy and Cam, barony of Athlone, county Ro...
Vol. I, 594. Irwin (Roscommon & Galway) Andrew Irwin, of Ballymore, Boyle, county Roscommon, held over 700 acres in county Galway in the 187...
Vol.I, 220. Fry The Fry estate was located adjacent to Boyle. The family had been invited to Boyle by Lord Kingston...
Vol.II, Roycroft William Roycroft, whose address was Danesfort, Carrick-on-Shannon, held over 350 acres in county Ros...
Vol. II, 203. Tenison/Tennison/King-Tenison This branch of the Tenison family is descended from members of the family who settled in the north...
Vol. II 203. O'Donnell (Boyle) Robert O'Donnell was the owner of over 700 acres in county Roscommon in the 1870s. His estate was ba...
Vol.II, 660. Kirkwood (Boyle) The Kirkwood family were landowners in the barony of Boyle during the nineteenth century. Andrew and...
II, 141 Kelly (Kellybrook) The townland of Kellybrook was in the 2 parishes of Killinvoy and St Johns, barony of Athlone, count...
II, 586 Keogh (Keoghville) The Keoghs were large landowners in county Roscommon before the Acts of Settlement when they lost mu...
II, 586 (Esker & Camlagh) Newcomen In the late 17th century a junior branch of the Newcomen family of county Longford moved to Knock, c...
Vol. I, 433. Stafford The Stafford property was leased from Lord Lorton's estate and was located in the parish of Creeve,...
Vol. II, 599. French /ffrench (Frenchpark) Patrick French fitzStephen of Galway is recorded as the earliest member of the family to be associat...
II, 141 Kelly (Churchboro) A branch of the Kelly family was resident at Churchboro on the church lands of Killinvoy, barony of...
I, 87 Burne James Burne, a Quaker farmer, was resident at Galy in the parish of Killinvoy, barony of Athlone in...
Vol. I, 97 (Aughrim) Kelly-Egan An estate owned by Francis Kelly-Egan at Annaghkallagh, in the parish of Clonfert, barony of Longfor...
Vol.II, 665. Kelly (Tiranascragh) At the time of Griffith's Valuation, Patrick Kelly was occupying a property at Gortadullisk, parish...
I, 85 French (Fort William)
Vol.I, 118. Sandford/Wills Sandford The descendants of Captain Theophilus Sandford of Moyglare, county Meath, settled at Castlerea, coun...
Vol I, 188 & 597 (Raheen - Fawcett). Irwin (Rathmoyle) Richard, Robert and John Irwin were occupiers and lessors of property in the parish of Baslick, baro...
Vol.I, 188. O'Conor (Milltown/Milton) The O'Conors of Milltown, barony of Castlereagh, county Roscommon, share a common ancestry with the...
I, 510 O'Sullivan John O'Sullivan held land in the parish of Drum, barony of Athlone, county Roscommon in the 1850s....
Vol I, 98 (Rockville) & Vol II, 102 (Arm Lodge) & 186 (Fortview) Lloyd (Rockville) Rockville, originally a Blackburn property, came into the possession of the Lloyd family following t...
Vol. II, 102. O'Conor Don The O'Conor Don ancestral lands were in County Roscommon centred on Clonalis House near Castlerea....
Vol I, 497 (Bopeep Lodge) & Vol II, 102 (Harristown) Young (Castlerea & Sligo) The Young family held lands in the parish of Drumcliff according to the 1749 Census of Elphin. In 18...
I, 636 Booth (Cloverhill) In the mid 1850s Thomas Booth held the townland of Lissagallan, parish of Fuerty, barony of Athlone,...
I, 247 Byrne/Burne (Curraghboy) William Gacquin states that the Byrne family were middlemen who came to Cam parish, barony of Athlon...
I, 44 (Ballymacurly - Nolan) & 497 (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, 497 Hamilton Christopher Hamilton's estate in the parish of Drumatemple, barony of Ballymoe, county Roscommon was...
I, 470 (Emlaroy - Armstrong) & (Donamon Castle) Caulfeild (Dunamon) The Dunamon estate was held under a lease for 500 years from John King, Lord Kingston to Thomas Caul...
Vol I, 497 ( Laragh and Ross - Connor) O'Conor (Dundermot) A branch of the O'Conor Don family who resided at Dundermot for 2 generations in the 19th century. I...
I, 497 (Leabeg - Browne) Irwin (Beechwood) Christopher Irwin of Newtown and Leabeg, barony of Ballymoe, county Roscommon was a younger brother...
I, 44 (Brierfield & Faragher Lodge) & 71 (Ardkenna) Hawkes (Brierfield) Charles Hawkes settled in county Roscommon in the late 17th century and was a younger son of Captain...
Vol II, 98 (Lava) & 186 (Ballycommeen) Hanly/Hanley A family who lost most of their lands in the barony of Ballintober, county Roscommon, in the mid 17t...
Vol II, 186 Dillon The Dillon family, Earls of Roscommon, held land in a number of counties including Galway and Rosco...
Vol II, 186 King (Drumsna) The King family descend from the Reverend Edward King, Bishop of Elphin (1611-1639) who was granted...
Vol II, 186 Greville-Nugent William Fulke Greville was the second son of Fulke Greville of Wiltshire, a grandson of the 5th Baro...
Vol II, 186 Nugent In April 1678 Richard Nugent Earl of Westmeath was granted an estate of over 11,000 acres in the bar...
Vol II, 214 O'Beirne (Drumsna) The O'Beirne estate was centred on Drumsna where they had a house at Jamestown. McParlan includes Mr...
Vol II, 186 Auchmuty At the time of Griffith's Valuation Alicia A. Auchmuty held a small estate in the parish of Kilmore,...
Vol II, 186 O'Beirne (Dangan) The families of Hugh O'Beirne and Patrick O'Beirne were both descended from Teige O'Beirne resident...
Vol II, 211 Mapother A Dorset family, established in county Roscommon since Elizabethan times, who intermarried with the...
Vol II, 211 (Beechwood) Ferrall (Co Roscommon) In the early 19th century John Farrell or Ferrall acquired large tracts of land mainly in county Ros...
Vol II, 55 (Roxborough) & 526 (Carrowroe) Goff This family were descended from the Goff family of Kingstown, Dublin who had married into the Caulfi...
Vol II, 55 & 99 (Holywell-Blakeney) Capell Griffith's Valuation as well as sale notices for the Landed Estates Court show that the Earl of Esse...
Vol II, 55 Blakeney (Holywell) In 1761 Charles Blakeney, a member of a junior branch of the Blakeneys of Abbert, married Bridget, d...
Vol II, 55 Digby (Drumdaff) Thomas Digby was resident at Ballymartin, parish of Rosccommon in 1749. In 1828 Thomas G. Digby was...
Vol II, 526 (Blakeney) Roper (Hazelbrook) A county Roscommon family, established at Hazelbrook from the end of the 18th century, family member...
Vol II, 186 Kelly (Tully) The Kellys were living at Tully, parish of Kilmore, barony of Ballintober South, county Roscommon, i...
Vol II, 186 Lawder (Tully) Bryan Lawder, a farmer, was resident at Tully, parish of Elphin in 1749. The Lawder pedigree shows t...
Vol II, 55 Corr Henry Corr held land from the Goffs at Derrane, parish of Kilbride, barony of Ballintober South, cou...
Vol II, 55 (Brown) Gaynor The Gaynors held land from the Goff family at Roxborough, parish of Kilbride, barony of Ballintober...
Vol. I, 432. Lancaster The Lancaster family were settled in the Ballinasloe locality from the late eighteenth century when...
Vol I, 432. O'Shaughnessy (Creagh) In the 1870s John O'Shaughnessy owned almost 400 acres in county Roscommon.
Vol. I, 432. Kelly (Creagh) Six generations of this family lived in the parish of Creagh, county Roscommon, from the early 18th...
Vol. II, 392 (Woodpark). Lynch (Moycarn) Owen Lynch had an estate in the parish of Moore, barony of Moycarn, in the mid-nineteenth century. I...
Vol II, 186 Hogg Members of the Hogg family were lease holders in the parish of Kilmore, barony of Ballintober North,...
Vol.I, 118, 345 (Carney Castle) French (Frenchlawn & Frenchbrook) Martin J. Blake writes that the ancestor of this branch of the French family was Simon A. Hyacinth F...
Vol I, 98 (Rushhill) Devenish The Devenish family were resident in county Roscommon from the 17th century. By the late 18th cent...
Vol I, xi Begg The Beggs were resident in the parish of Aughrim, barony and county of Roscommon, in the mid 18th ce...
Vol I, 98 Browne (Cloonfad) Melvin writes that this was a wealthy branch of the Browne family. Catherine daughter of Martin Bro...
Vol I, 229 (Castlenode) Morton At the time of Griffith's Valuation John Morton held land in the parish of Kilglass, barony of Balli...
Vol I, 379 (Moss Hill - Capt Conry) Conry (Cloonahee) Cloonahee, barony of Roscommon, was part of the ancient territory of the O Maolchonaires or Conrys,...
Vol I, 597 Lloyd (Smith Hill) The Lloyds of Smith Hill were a branch of the Lloyds of Croghan. Robert Jones Lloyd of Smithhill Ho...
Vol I, 597 French (Cloonyquin) ''Burke's Irish Family Records'' states that Arthur French of Tyrone bought Cloonyquin from the Righ...
Vol I, 597 Taaffe (Foxborough) A family of Taaffe were established as landowners in the Strokestown area from the 18th century. Ge...
Vol I, 597 O'Conor (Mount Druid) Denis O'Conor was one of the principlal lessors in the parish of Kilcorkey, barony of Castlereagh at...
Vol I, 71 Somerville (Mount Nugent) A junior branch of the Somerville family of county Meath, Barons Athlumney, had an estate in countie...
Vol I, 597 Fawcett (Co Roscommon) John Fawcett/Faucett held almost 1,000 acres in the parish of Kilmeane, barony of Athlone and 188 ac...
Vol I, 71 (O'Farrell) Toler (Bloomfield) In the mid 19th century the Reverend Peter Toler held lands in the parishes of Kilcooley and Killuki...
Vol II,447 Kelly (Cargins) Ignatius Kelly, son of Edmund Kelly of Castleruby, was residing at Carrigens at the time of the Cens...
Vol II, 156 Browne (Mount Browne) George Browne held 3 townlands in the parish of Kiltrustan, barony and county of Roscommon at the ti...
Vol II, 552 (Mills) Carroll (Cherryfield) In the 1850s John W. Carroll and Richard Wolsley held an estate in the parish of Cloontuskert, baron...
Vol II, 447 O'Conor (Toomona) The branch of the O'Conor family known as O'Conor Roe had extensive lands in county Roscommon which...
Vol I, 71 Nolan (Lisnaneane) The Nolan estate was in the parishes of Cloonfinlough, Kilcooley and Killukin, barony and county of...
Vol II, 216 (Tubberpatrick) MacDermottroe This estate was centred around the house at Alderford, near Ballyfarnon, in County Roscommon. It inc...
Vol II, 287 (Mount Dillon) Dillon (Mount Dillon) John Dillon was transplanted from county Westmeath to county Roscommon in the 17th century. His des...
Vol II, 552 Grace The Mantua estate in county Roscommon came into Grace ownership in the 18th century through the marr...
Vol I, 71 (Plunkett) Egan (Corbally) At the time of Griffith's Valuation John Egan held townlands in the parishes of Kilcooley and Kiltru...
Vol I, 71 (Corbally) Plunkett (Castleplunket) Joseph Plunket of Carrowreagh and Patrick Plunket of Braiscan are recorded as gentlemen in the Censu...
Vol II, 216 (Tubberpatrick - McDermott) Lawder (Tully) Bryan Lawder, a farmer, was resident at Tully, parish of Elphin in 1749. The Lawder pedigree shows t...
Vol II, 98 O'Brien (Fairfield) Mary Casteleyn's article in ''The Irish Genealogist'' gives a detailed history of this family. Besi...
Vol II, 218 Bourke (Oldtown) A branch of the Bourkes of Carrowkeel and Curraghleagh, Walter Bourke of Oldtown married Cecilia Cog...
Vol II, 218 French (Cuillaun) A Francis French held an estate at Cuillaun, parish of Kilvine, barony of Clanmorris, county Mayo in...
Vol II, 620 (Bushy Park) Barlow (Co Roscommon) Jane Barlow is recorded as one of the principal lessors of property in the parish of Ardcarn, barony...
Vol. I, 6 (Muckelty) Irwin (Streamstown) Various members of the Irwin family are recorded as the owners of land in county Sligo in the 1870s....
Vol II, 203 Dodwell The Dodwell family were present in Sligo since the 17th century. . In 1800 Frances Dodwell of Carro...
Vol II, 202 Blake (Dartfield) The estate at Dartfield was owned by the Blake family in the early nineteenth century. By the time o...
Vol I, 189 (Prospect) Nolan (Ardrahan) The OS Name Books record John Nolan, of Prospect, Gort, as a proprietor in the parish of Ardrahan i...
Vol. I, 22. Temple/Temple-Cowper The association of the Temple family with county Sligo began in the seventeenth century when Sir Joh...
I,1 Skerrett (Finavarra) In his will dated 26 November 1681 James Skerrett FitzMarcus of Galway, merchant, left his county Cl...
II, 138 (Rathbane) Creagh (Mount Elva) Lewis writes that the Creaghs were granted all the parish of Kilmoon, barony of Burren, county Clare...
I, 1 (Corranroe), 136 (Clonie), II, 215 (Water Park) Bindon The Bindon family were located in the counties of Clare and Limerick from the late 17th century. Dav...
I, 608 & II, 174 (Ennistymon), II, 138 (Doolen, Arranview), II, 166 (Moher) Macnamara (Doolin) This branch of the Macnamara family was established in the barony of Burren, north county Clare, at...
II, 132 Dunne (Moymore) Mathias Stacpoole of Moymore, county Clare, third son of George Hogan Stacpoole of Cragbrien married...
II, 138 (Ballaghaline), 649-650 (Deremore) Gore (Derrymore) A branch of the Gore family of Clonroad, Ennis, county Clare and later of Tyredagh Castle, Joseph Go...
I, 593 (Toonagh), II,166 O'Brien (Birchfield) Cornelius O'Brien was the son of Henry O'Brien of Ennis, county Clare and Helen O'Callaghan of Kilgo...
II, 489 Martyn (Gregans Castle) Weir gives a detailed history of this county Clare family. Gregans Castle was originally an O’Loghl...
II, 174 Lysaght (Woodmount) Weir writes that George Lysaght lived at Woodmount, parish of Kilmanaheen, county Clare, in the late...
II, 92 (Ballykeale) Lysaght (Ballykeel) Cecil Stacpoole Kenny gives a detailed account of the family history of this family in MS 2110, Nati...
II, 90 (Miltown House, Seaview & Westpark) & II, 371 (Miltown) Morony (Milltown Malbay) The Moronys of Miltown Malbay, barony of Ibrickan, county Clare, share a common ancestry with the Mo...
I, 504 (Sans Souci), II, 649-650 (Fort Anne) Westropp (Fort Anne) A branch of the Westropp family descended from a younger brother of Mountiford Westropp of Attyflin,...
II, 174 (Lahenzy), 200 (Ballyally) Stacpoole (Ballyallia) This was a junior branch of the Stacpoole family of Annagh and Eden Vale, county Clare. George Sta...
II, 138 (Ballynalacken) O'Brien (Ballynalackan) Terence O'Brien was established at Elm Vale, south east of Kilfenora, county Clare, from at least th...
II, 132 (Moymore) Stacpoole (Cragbrien) The Reverend William Stacpoole of Cragbrien, parish of Clondagad, barony of Islands, county Clare, w...
II, 174 (Moy), 194 (Carrigoran) Fitzgerald (Carrigoran) A branch of the Geraldines of Pallas, county Limerick, was established at Carrigoran, parish of Kiln...
I, 593 (Rockview & Port) O'Loghlen The Burren area in county Clare was the territory of the O’Loghlens until its confiscation in the mi...
II, 101 Lopdell (Derryowen) An English family who settled in county Galway at the end of the 17th century. Christopher Lopdell...
II, 101 (Ratope & Rockvale) O'Brien (Thomond) The estate of the Earl of Thomond was the largest in county Clare with lands in seven out of the ele...
II, 101 (Rockforest), 487 (Roxton & Applevale) & 504 (Cranaher) Blood (Roxton & Cranagher) The Blood family was established in county Clare from the early 17th century. By the mid 18th centu...
Vol.II, 236-7 (Whitefield), McGillycuddy The McGillycuddy of the Reeks is an ancient title from the Gaelic tradition, believed to be descende...
Vol I, 14 Winn The Winns were originally a Yorkshire family. Their main seat was at Nostell Priory, near Wakefield....
Vol. II, 127-129 (Killarney Parish), Vol. II, 10 (Hospital Parish), Vol.II, 164-165 (Kilmocomoge Parish) Browne (Kenmare) Smith states that Sir Valentine Browne was granted over 6000 acres in county Kerry after the Desmond...
Vol.I, 14: (Aghadoe Parish), 591 (Dysert Parish), Vol.II, 152 (Killorglin Parish) Bernard/Morrogh-Bernard According to Burke, Edward Murrough married Martha Bernard of the county Kerry family and their son...
Vol.II, 127 (Killarney Parish, Muckross, Torc Cottage, also on 129) Herbert (Muckross) The Herberts were granted land in Kerry during the reign of Elizabeth I. Smith indicates that two me...
Vol. II, 128 (Killarney Parish) Lawlor Denis Lawlor was among the principal lessors in the parishes of Knockane, barony of Dunkerron North,...
Vol. II, 74-75 (KIlcrohane Parish), Vol.I, 14 (Aghadoe Parish) O'Connell The O’Connells are an ancient Gaelic family, whom Burke claims had their origins in county Clare, be...
II, 487 & 195 (Clifden & Adelphi) Burton (Clifden & Mungret) In 1780 Edward William Burton of Clifden was High Sheriff of county Clare and William Burton of Clif...
II, 487 (Adelphi) Fitzgerald (Kilcarragh & Adelphi) This family was established at Kilcarragh, parish of Kilfenora, barony of Corcomroe, county Clare in...
II, 487 Tymons Weir writes that a John Tymons was resident at Riverston, county Clare, in 1799. Michael Blood of B...
I, 504 (Abbeyville & Cahircalla), 593 (Dromore) Crowe (Dromore) The Crowe family were living at Nutfield, near Ennis, county Clare in the 1780s. Burke records that...
I, 593 (Tierna) Bridgeman At the time of Griffith's Valuation the representatives of St John Bridgeman held land in the parish...
I, 593 (Carhue) Synge (Dysert) The Synges held lands in the parish of Dysert, county Clare, from the mid 18th century when Nicholas...
II, 126 (Baltard), 478-479 (Quinville) Singleton The Singletons came from Lancashire and settled in county Clare at the end of the 17th century. John...
II, 407 (Mount Pleasant) Hickman (Ballykett) This branch of the Hickman family is descended from George Hickman, second son of Henry Hickman of B...
II, 401 (Querrin) Borough The townland of Querrin, parish and barony of Moyarta, county Clare, was granted to Anthony Hickman...
Vol.II, 128 (Killarney Parish). Vol.II, 119 (Killaha Parish) Herbert (Cahernane) The Herberts of Cahernane descended from the same family as those at Muckross. Smith indicates that...
II, 205 (Kilrush House), 146 (Caradole) Vandeleur (Kilrush) The Vandeleur family are descended from Maxmilian Van Der Leur, a Dutch merchant, who had settled in...
Vol.I, 461 (Dingle Parish), Vol.II, 236-7 (Beaufort) de Moleyns (Lord Ventry) Smith indicates that Frederick Mullins was granted lands in Dingle, which he named Burnham after the...
Vol.I 445 (Currans Parish), Vol.II, 236-7 (Churchtown), 642 (Ballyseedy) Blennerhassett (Ballyseedy & Beaufort) Smith states that the Blennerhassett family were originally from Cumbria, in the north of England. T...
Vol.I (Cahir Parish) & Vol.II, 140 (Killemlagh Parish), 236-7 (Knockane Parish) Mahony (Dunkerron North) The Mahonys were originally a Gaelic Irish family, various branches of which held lands in Cork, Ker...
Vol.II, 152-153 (Killorglin Parish) Blennerhassett (Killorglin) This branch of the Blennerhassett family acquired lands around Killorglin which had formerly been pa...
Vol.II, 611 (Templenoe Parish) Mahony (Dunkerron South) This branch of the ancient Gaelic family of O'Mahony is descended from the county Cork family of Kin...
Vol.II, 611 Taylor (Dunkerron South) Lewis records Dr. Taylor, an eminent member of the Cork Scientific Institution, as resident at Dunke...
I, 336 (Barntick), 436 (Carass, Carass Court, Clorane) Roche (Carass) George Roche was Mayor of Limerick at the beginning of the 18th century and also represented the cit...
I, 336 (Buncraggy) Conyngham Of Scottish descent, Henry Conyngham, member of parliament for county Donegal, supported the William...
I, 336 Stamer (Carnelly) William Stamer, a member of an old English Protestant family from Essex, England, moved to county Ki...
II, 151 (Edenvale) Stacpoole (Eden Vale) The Stacpooles were a county Limerick Catholic family. Clement Stacpoole was transplanted to county...
II, 151 MacDonnell (Newhall) This family was descended from the MacDonnell family of Dunluce, county Antrim. In the late 17th cen...
I, 504 (Beechpark & Hermitage) Keane (Beech Park) The Keanes were established in county Clare from at least the mid 17th century and were residing at...
I, 504 (Cahircalla & Ashline) Mahon (Corbally) The estate of the Mahons of Corbally was mainly in the parish of Clooney, barony of Bunratty Upper,...
I, 504 Finucane (Stamer Park) At the beginning of the 19th century Daniel Finucane was residing at Stamer Park, Ennis, county Clar...
II, 93 Butler (Castlecrine) The Butlers of Castlecrine, parish of Kilfinaghta, barony of Bunratty Lower, county Clare, descend f...
II, 93 (Mount Ivers) Ievers (Mountievers) The first member of this family to settle in county Clare in the 1640s was Henry Ievers. He was a c...
II, 191 (Shannon View), II, 139 (Ballintlea) Kelly/Roche Kelly Descended from an O’Kelly of county Kilkenny, the Kelly family were established in county Limerick b...
II, 93 (Cratloe Woods), 139 (Cratloe House) O'Brien/Stafford O'Brien In 1699 Henry O'Brien, second son of sir Donough O'Brien of Dromoland Castle, county Clare, married...
Vol.II, 128 (Killarney Parish) Coxon John Stuart Coxon, of Flesk Priory, Killarney, was one of the subscribers to Lewis Directory in 1837...
II, 199 (2 large flour mills the property of S. Caswell) Caswell The Caswell family were farmers and millers in the Blackwater locality, parish of St Patricks, count...
II, 199 McAdam The McAdams were a Scottish family. Philip McAdam bought the Blackwater estate in the parish of St P...
II, 199 (Fairyhill) Gore (Clonroad & Tyredagh Castle) In 1712 Henry 8th Earl of Thomond leased Clonroad, parish of Drumcliff, barony of Islands, county Cl...
II, 199 Quin (Quinsborough) Lord George Quin was the second son of Thomas Taylour, 1st Marquess of Headfort and Mary, only daugh...
II, 199 (Whitehall), 414 (Castle Park) Delmege The French "Palatine" family of Delmege or Dolmage were settled at Rathkeale in county Limerick in t...
Vol.I, 111 (Ballincuslane Parish) Fairfield Maj. C.G Fairfield family held a townland amounting to over 700 acres, together with a hunting lodge...
Vol.I, 144 (Ballymacelligott Parish) Rowan (Kerry) Rev. Arthur Rowan was among the principal lessors in the parishes of Ballymacelligott and Ratass, ba...
Vol.I, 144 (Ballymacelligott Parish) Peate/Peet Francis Peet of Ballybrannagh, Tralee, owned over 600 acres in county Kerry in the 1870s. The Ordnan...
I, 630 & II, 93 (Springfield) Wood (Lota House) George Abraham Wood held some land in the parish of Feenagh, barony of Bunratty Upper, county Clare,...
I, 630 (Rossmanagher) D'Esterre A French Hugenot family, who came to Ireland via Holland in the late 17th century and were granted...
Vol.1, 144 (Ballymacelligott Parish) Ledmond William Ledmond was the lessor of several townlands in the parish of Nohaval, barony of Trughanacmy,...
Vol.I, 144 (Ballymacelligott parish) Chute It appears that this family owes its origins in county Kerry to George Chute, a soldier in the Engli...
II, 69 (Carrigeary), 171 (Cahirvane), 636 (Caherbane & Carrigeary) Creagh (Cahirbane) Weir writes that Charles Creagh and his wife went to live at Carrowbane, parish of Kilmaleery, baron...
I, 231 (Bunratty Castle), II, 429 (Newmarket) Studdert (Bunratty) The Reverend George Studdert, rector of Kilpeacon and Rathkeale, county Limerick, was the son of Geo...
I, 231 Dalton (Woodpark) The Anglo Norman family of Dalton was established in county Clare from the early 17th century. Mich...
Vol.I, 96 (Kilgarrylander Parish), 98 (Kilgobban Parish), Vol.II, 152 (Killorglin Parish) Rae Members of the Rae family, whose estate was centred on Keel House, Castlemaine, held over 5000 acres...
Vol.II, 211 (Kiltallagh Parish) Spring-Rice Smith indicates that the Spring family were originally from Lavenham in Suffolk and settled in Kerry...
II, 194 (Dromoland) O'Brien (Dromoland) The introduction to the Inchiquin Papers in the National Library of Ireland records that, in about 1...
II, 636 Colpoys (Ballycar) The Colpoys were originally from Hampshire, England. George Colpoys was living at Ballycar, parish...
II, 636 (Finloe) Hickman (Fenloe) Gregory Hickman was an English merchant in the south of England in the first half of the 17th centur...
II, 636 (Ralahine) Vandeleur (Rathlaheen) The Vandeleurs’ Rathlahine estate was in the parishes of Feenagh and Tomfinlough, barony of Bunratty...
I, 496 & II, 478-479 (Castle Fergus), I, 362 (handsome modern house of Neptune Blood) Blood Smyth In 1784 Matthew Blood, a Lieutenant in the 57th regiment, son of John Blood of Castlefergus, parish...
II, 415(Murher Parish): I, 496 & II, 478-479 (Moyriesk) Fitzgerald/Foster Vesey Fitzgerald (Moyriesk) This family of Fitzgeralds was originally Fitzgerald Fitzgibbon but the surname Fitzgibbon was dropp...
I, 496 (Tuoreen), II, 197 & 649-650 (Kilgorey) O'Connell (Kilgory) Daniel O'Connell appears to have been resident at Kilgory for the last 2 decades of the 18th century...
II, 429 & 478-479 (Ballykilty) Blood (Ballykilty) The Bloods of Ballykilty and Blood Smyths are junior branches of the Blood family of Cranagher, coun...
II, 478-479 Creagh (Dangan) This family descend from Pierse Creagh who was Mayor of Limerick in 1651 and died at Dangan, parish...
II, 478-479 Steele (Cullane) A family originally from Somerset, who settled in county Clare in the early 18th century and acquire...
II, 478-479 (Knopogue), 636 (Ballyvannon House) Butler (Knappogue) The Lords Dunboyne of the 19th century were descended from James Butler of Cragnagowra, county Clare...
II, 478-479 Macnamara (Moyriesk) The Macnamaras were settled at Moyriesk, parish of Clooney, barony of Bunratty Upper, county Clare f...
II, 91 (Cahircon & Clifton) 478-479 (Knopouge) Scott (Cahiracon) In 1712 the Earl of Thomond leased Cahercon/Cahiracon, parish of Kilfiddane, and Killadysert, parish...
II, 636 (Shepperton) Fitzgerald (Shepperton) A junior branch of the Fitzgerald family of Carrigoran, county Clare, Charles Fitzgerald was the thi...
I, 366 (Belvoir) Wilson (Belvoir) The Wilson family settled at Belvoir, near Sixmilebridge, county Clare, in the 18th century. Richar...
I, 366 & II, 429 (Glenwood - Davoren), II, 93 (Castlelake), 636 (Shepperton) Gabbett (Co Clare) The Gabbetts of Castle Lake, Corbally and Shepperton, county Clare were a junior branch of the Gabbe...
II, 151 (Glenomera) Arthur (Glenomera) A family who moved from county Limerick to Ballyquin, county Clare when they purchased land from the...
II, 207 Bentley (Hurdleston) The ancestors of the Bentleys received land in county Clare under the Cromwellian settlement of the...
I, 463 (Traverston), II, 65 (Cragg), 176 (Craunagh), 207 (Violet hill) Going (Traverston & Violethill) Robert Going of Cranagh, county Tipperary, who died in the early 1730s, left three sons, Robert of T...
II, 207 Hall (Woodfield) In 1831 the Reverend Savage Hall, second son of Savage Hall of Narrow Water, county Down, married An...
Vol, 99, (Kilgobban Parish), Vol.II, 444 (Nohaval Parish) Day Though Burke suggests the Day family came from Suffolk O'Carroll states that their origin is somewha...
II, 157 (Doon), 215 (Doonass, Newtown, Elm Hill, Ruanard, Summerhill) Massy (Doonass) The Reverend Charles Massy, Dean of Limerick, was a younger brother of Hugh, Baron Massy. He marrie...
II, 215 (Erina House) Vincent (Summerhill) The Vincents of county Clare were a branch of the Limerick family of that name. Burke's Landed Gent...
II, 215 (Rose Hill) O'Grady/Grady (Landscape) Thomas O'Grady was a brother of Standish O'Grady, 1st Viscount Guillamore. His eldest son was Stand...
Vol.II, 642 (Oakpark), 282 (Altavilla) Bateman The Bateman family were lessors in the parish of Killinny, barony of Corkaguiny and Ballincuslane, B...
Vol.II, 642 (Belmont) Rowan (Kerry) Rev. Arthur Rowan was among the principal lessors in the parishes of Ballymacelligott and Ratass, ba...
Vol.I, 49 (Ardfert Abbey), Vol.II, 642 (Ballard) Crosbie/Talbot-Crosbie (Ardfert) Reverend John Crosbie, bishop of Ardfert in the early 1600s, was the common ancestor of the Crosbies...
Vol. II, 642 (Plover Hill, recorded under Tralee) Gun/Gunn The Gun (sometimes spelt Gunn) family were descended from Reverend William Gun, of Limerick, but wer...
Vol.II, 642 (Tralee) Denny Smith indicates that the first Sir Edward Denny was granted over 6000 acres in county Kerry after th...
II, 446 (Clonboy), II, 500 (Deansfort, Mount Southwell, Wilton) Brown (Clonboy) A family who settled at Clonboy, O'Briensbridge, county Clare in the early 18th century. They marri...
II, 139 (Attyflin), 446 (Ross) Westropp (Attyflin) Montiford Westropp settled in county Limerick in the mid 17th century. His son Montiford purchased...
II, 90 (Merville) Carroll (Merville House & Sligo) In the mid 19th century John Carroll held an estate in the parishes of Kilfarboy, barony of Ibrickan...
I, 309 (Castlelough), II, 123 (Ballyvally & Castle Lough), 375 (Fort William) Parker (Castlelough & Ballyvalley) Captain John Parker was granted 1,242 acres in the barony of Owney and Arra, county Tipperary in 166...
II, 447 Purdon (Tinerana) The Purdons were active in the affairs of Limerick city but lived in the parish of Ogonnelloe, baron...
I, 366 Baylee/Bayley (Mount Baylee) Henry Baylee of Loughgur, county Limerick, was a nephew of Sexten Baylee, Mayor of Limerick in 1758....
I, 366 (Sion Ville) Studdert (Kilkishen) The Studdert families of Kilkishen and Bunratty, county Clare, are descended from the Reverend Georg...
I, 615 Macnamara (Ayle) The Macnamaras held land in the parish of Feakle, barony of Tulla Upper, county Clare, from the late...
II, 197 (Coolreath & St Catherines) Westropp (Coolreagh) Ralph Westropp, Mayor of Limerick 1800-1801, third son of Ralph Westropp of Lismehane (Mary Fort, Fo...
I, 309-310 (Drew's Court), II, 636 (Drewsborough House) Drew (Drewsborough & Drewscourt) A branch of a Devonshire family who settled in county Waterford in the reign of Elizabeth I. By th...
II, 649-650 Browne (Newgrove) The Brownes were Elizabethan settlers. In 1765 Thomas Browne of Newgrove married Mary Wesby and had...
II, 649-650 Molony (Cragg) The Molonys of Cragg, parish of Tulla, county Clare, share a common ancestry with the Molonys of nea...
II, 649-650 (Kiltanon) Molony (Kiltanon) This family were established in county Clare from the early 17th century and the Kiltanon branch are...
II, 649-650 (Maryfort) 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...
II, 60 Henn (Paradise) The Henns, an English family, were granted lands in county Clare by the Earl of Thomond at the end o...
I, 504 (Brookville), II, 636 (Raheens) Brady/Brady Browne The Brady family in county Clare were descended from Hugh Brady, post-Reformation bishop of Meath. L...
II, 60 (Fort Fergus) Ball (Fort Fergus) William Hawkins Ball was the eldest son of Benjamin Ball of Dublin and his wife Elizabeth, daughter...
II, 60 (Fort Fergus) & 89 (Ross Hill) Ross-Lewin (Ross Hill) The Ross-Lewin estate was in the parishes of Kilchreest and Killadysert, barony of Clonderalaw, coun...
II, 69 (Stonehall) 171 (Clenagh) McMahon (Clenagh) In the mid 18th century Stanilaus McMahon of Clenagh, county Clare held an estate of over 10,000 acr...
II, 89 (Crowhan) Wyndham The Wyndham/Leconfield Irish estate, derived from the O’Briens, Earls of Thomond, was the largest es...
II, 89 & 150 Barclay McAuliffe writes that the Barclays, a Quaker family, came from Scotland to Ireland. At the end of t...
II, 191 Studdert (Clonderalaw) Five generations of Studderts lived at Clonderalaw, parish of Kilmurry, barony of Clonderalaw, count...
II, 146 (Burrane & Besborough) Reeves (Besborough) A family originally from Sussex who settled in Ireland in the mid 17th century. Their connection wi...
II, 146 (Donogrogue Castle & Besborough), 191 (Kilmore, Woodlawn & Oaklands) Hickman (Kilmore) By his second marriage Gregory Hickman, merchant of Hamburgh, had three sons. The eldest, Walter, fo...
II, 487 (Willbrook) Brew The Brew family were resident in Ennis, county Clare, from the mid 18th century. An agreement dated...
Vol.I, 49 (Barrow), Vol.II, 118 (Killahan Parish) Collis The Collis family seem to have become established in county Kerry after the Cromwellian settlement a...
Vol.II, 38 (Kenmare Parish), 96 (Kilgarvan Parish) Orpen (Glanarought) Burke describes the Orpen family as claiming great antiquity. They settled in Ireland after the Crom...
Vol.II, 96 (Kilgarvan Parish) McCarthy (Glanarough & Iveragh) Timothy McCarthy, MD. was one of the principal lessors in the parish of Kilgarvan at the time of Gri...
Vol.II, 96 (Kilgarvan Parish), 191 (Warren's Court), 397 (Warrensgrove) Warren (Warren's Court) Robert Warren, an army officer, established himself in the East Carberry area of county Cork in the...
Vol.I, 18 (Aghavallin Parish) Blacker The estate of St. John Blacker, of Ballylongford and Killylea, county Armagh, amounted to over 8000...
Vol.I, 461 (Dingle Parish), 631 (Finuge Parish). Vol.II, 673 (Valencia Parish) Fitzgerald (Knight of Kerry) According to the late Desmond Fitzgerald, last Knight of Glin, county Limerick, three of the cadet b...
Vol.II, 128 (Killarney Parish) Curtayne Mary Curtayne was one of the principal lessors in the parish of Killaha, barony of Magunihy, at the...
Vol.I 131 (Ballyconry Parish) Stack Eyre Stack was the principal lessor in the parish of Ballyconry, barony of Iraghticonnor, at the tim...
Vol.II, 444 (Nohaval-Kerry parish) Norris Richard Norris was the lessor of c.400 acres in the parish of Nohaval, barony of Trughanacmy at the...
Vol.I,591 (Dysert Parish, Ennismore), 138 (Convamore & Upper Convamore), 631 (Finuge Parish) [Sewell, O'Halloran], II, 338-339 (Ballyellis) Hare (Listowel) The Hare family had come to Ireland after the Cromwellian settlement and acquired property initiall...
Vol.I, 133 (Ballyduff Parish), 461 (Dingle Parish) Hussey (Corkaguiny) Members of the Hussey family held property in several parishes in the parish of Corkaguiny at the ti...
Vol.I, 461 (Dingle Parish), 521 (Duagh Parish), 649 (Garfinny Parish), Vol.II, 577 (Stradbally Parish) Hickson (Corkaguiny) Both James and Robert Hickson held lands in several parishes in the barony of Corkaguiny at the time...
Vol.I, 521: Duagh Parish Fitzmaurice (Duagh) The estate of the representatives of Oliver Fitzmaurice amounted to over 2000 acres in county Kerry...
Vol.I, 631 (Finuge Parish) Hilliard In the 1870s, Henry Hilliard, together with Oliver Stokes, were the proprietors of over 1000 acres i...
Vol.I, 631 (Finuge Parish) Hewson (Clanmaurice & Iraghticonnor) In the 1870s the estate of George Hewson, of Ennismore, Listowel, amounted to over 400 acres in coun...
Vol.I, 631 (Finuge Parish) Elliott Mrs. Mary Elliott, of Tanavalla, Listowel, was the owner of over 500 acres in county Kerry in the 1...
Vol.II, 91: (Kilfeighney Parish) Palmer In March 1860, a fee-farm rental, the property of John Palmer, was offered for sale in the Landed Es...
Vol.II, 91 (Kilfeighny Parish) Studdert (Bunratty) The Reverend George Studdert, rector of Kilpeacon and Rathkeale, county Limerick, was the son of Geo...
Vol.II, 94 (Kilflynn Parish) Ponsonby/Carrique-Ponsonby The estate at Crotta, Parish of Kilflynn, barony of Clanmaurice, was granted to the Ponsonbys in the...
Vol.II, 158 (Killury Parish), 510 (Ballyhorgan) Stoughton/Staughton (Kerry) Thomas Stoughton was one of the principal lessors in the parishes of Caher and Dromod, barony of Ive...
Vol.II, 510 (Rattoo Parish) Rice The estate of Justice D. Rice of Bushmount, Causeway, amounted to over 1200 acres in county Kerry in...
Vol.II, 510 (Rattoo Parish) Supple Edward K. Supple owned over 900 acres in county Kerry in the 1870s. In the 1830s, the Ordnance Surve...
Vol.II, 510 (Rattoo Parish) Creagh Francis and John Creagh, of Tarmon, county Kerry, were the owners of almost 400 acres in the 1870s....
Vol.II, 237 (Knockane Parish) Newton (Iveragh) Francis Newton was one of the principal lessors in the parish of Glanbehy, barony of Iveragh, at the...
Vol.II, 74 (Kilcrohane Parish) Bland (Derryquin) The Blands were originally a Yorkshire family who settled in Kerry in the early 18th century. Franci...
Vol.II, 74 (Kilcrohane Parish) Hartopp Edward Bourchier Hartopp of Dalby House, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, was the grandson of Edward...
Vol.II, 38 (Kenmare Parish), 661 (Tuosist Parish) Petty-Fitzmaurice (Marquess of Lansdowne) This estate owes its origins to Sir William Petty, renowned cartographer, mathematician and scientis...
Vol.II, 38 (Kenmare Parish) Mayberry/Maybury Historians of the Mayberry family believe their ancestor was recruited by Sir William Petty or his a...
Vol.I, 591. Dysert Parish Hewson (Clanmaurice & Iraghticonnor) In the 1870s the estate of George Hewson, of Ennismore, Listowel, amounted to over 400 acres in coun...
Vol.I, 637 (Galey parish) & 674 (Gunsborough village) Mahony/Gun-Mahony In the 1870s the estate of George Gun Mahony, of Kilmorna, Listowel, amounted to over 5000 acres in...
Vol.II, 69 (Kilconly Parish) Wren Smith states that the Wren family in county Kerry were descended from a Cromwellian adventurer named...
Vol.II, 137 (Killehenny Parish) Raymond Smith indicates that Anthony Raymond was granted estates in Kerry under the Act of Settlement in 166...
Vol.II, 194 (Kilnaughton Parish) Sandes (Iraghticonnor) Smith indicates that Lancelot Sandes was granted an estate in Kerry in 1667 under the Acts of Settle...
Vol. II, 194 (Kilnaughten Parish) Leslie (Tarbert) The Leslies, descended from the Scottish clan, held lands in North Kerry since the seventeenth centu...
Vol.II, 194 (Kilnaughten Parish) Gordon The Gordons were among the leading Scottish gentry families, eventually acquiring the title Marquis...
I, 12 (Maryland - J. Haynes), 381 (Rostellan Castle & Barnabrow - J. R. Wilkinson), II, 162 (Ring - J. McCarthy, Greenland - G. Gaggin), 195 (Inchiquin Castle), O'Brien (Inchiquin Castle) Murrough O'Brien, 6th Baron Inchiquin, was created 1st Earl of Inchiquin in 1654. An estate of almo...
I, 6 (Maddebuoy - Capt Wickham), II, 174 (Loughburke) Lucas In 1668 Benjamin Lucas was granted 311 acres at Lisdweene, barony of Moyarta, county Clare. Later t...
Vol II, 289 (Listowel Parish) Julian Samuel Julian was one of the principal lessors in the parishes of Kilfeighny, Kilflynn and Kiltomy,...
Vol II, 289 (Listowel Parish) Collis The Collis family seem to have become established in county Kerry after the Cromwellian settlement a...
II, 92 (Holywell) Comyn (Woodstock) From the mid 17th century the Comyn family were established at Kilcorney in county Clare. In 1796 L...
I, 615 McGrath (Kilbarron) In 1677 Edmond Magrath, son and heir of Redmond Magrath, was granted 5,799 acres in the barony of Tu...
II, 16 (Bunnahow) Butler (Bunnahow & Walterstown) Both Hussey de Burgh and the Landowners state that William Butler of Bunmahon, owned an estate of ov...
Vol.II, 289 (Listowel Parish) Raymond Smith indicates that Anthony Raymond was granted estates in Kerry under the Act of Settlement in 166...
Vol.II, 289 (Listowel Parish) Sandes (Iraghticonnor) Smith indicates that Lancelot Sandes was granted an estate in Kerry in 1667 under the Acts of Settle...
Vol.I, 506 (Dromod Parish), Vol.II, 140 (Killemlagh Parish) Butler (Waterville) The Waterville branch of the Butler family descended from Whitwell Butler who married into the Yield...
Vol I, 244 (Killahara), Vol.II, 14 (Dovea Lodge), 132 (Trantstown - Mrs Pepper), 140 (Killemlagh Parish) Trant (Kerry & Tipperary) The Trants had originally held lands in the barony of Corkaguiny, county Kerry but by the early 19th...
II, 16 (Milbrook) Butler (Ballyline/Millbrook) This family is a branch of the Butlers, Lords Dunboyne, descended from Sir Theobald Butler, a lawyer...
Vol.II, 672 (Valencia Parish) Spottiswoode In the 1830s, the Ordnance Survey Field Name Books record that John Spottswood was leasing property...
Vol.I, 14 (Aghadoe Parish) Gallway Edward Galway, of Queen’s County, owned over 1500 acres in Kerry in the 1870s. In the 1830s, Christo...
Vol.II, 53 (Kilbonane Parish), 283-285 (Lismore Parish), 728 (Brooklodge - Mrs Marsden & Heathfield - Captain Cotter) Drew (Rockfield & Mocollop Castle) This family were a junior branch of the Drews of Drewscourt, county Cork and held land in counties W...
Vol.II, 78 (Kilcummin Parish) & 127 (Killarney Parish) Cronin (Park) The Cronins, descended from a Gaelic family, appear to have been settled in the Killarney area sinc...
II, 405 (Moynoe - Fitzgibbon Hinchy) Sampson (Scarriff & Belmont) At the time of Griffith's Valuation John Sampson held six townlands in the parish of Moynoe, barony...
Vol.II, 127 (Killarney Parish) Coltsmann The Coltsmann estate originated with John Coltsmann, an English merchant who came to Ireland in the...
Vol I, 169 (Ballyvourney Parish), Vol.II, 19 (Ardrum), 128 (Killarney Parish) Colthurst In 1702 Nicholas Colthurst of Ballyally, county Cork, purchased over 1,000 acres from the trustees f...
Vol.II, 128 (Killarney Parish) Godfrey (Kilcolman) According to Smith, the first Godfrey to settle in Kerry was John, who was granted an estate under...
Vol.II, 128 (Killarney Parish) Leahy The Ordnance Survey Name Books refer to townlands in Aghadoe parish being leased by John Leahy of So...
Vol.II, 63 (Kilcoleman Parish) Godfrey (Kilcolman) According to Smith, the first Godfrey to settle in Kerry was John, who was granted an estate under...
Vol.I, 144 (Ballymacelligott Parish) Sealy In the 1870s Deborah Sealy of Tralee held less than 100 acres in county Kerry. The Sealys had held l...
Vol.II, 140 (Killeentierna Parish) Meredith (Dysert) Richard Meredith was one of the principal lessors in the parishes of Castleisland and Killeentierna,...
I, 366 (Knockhane), II, 69 (Stonehall) McMahon (Knockane) At the time of Griffith's Valuation the representatives of John McMahon held land in the parishes of...
II, 199 Honan (Limerick) Martin Honan was a large grain exporter in Limerick city. Some sources say he was the son of Matthew...
II, 405 (Fitzgibbon Hinchy) Henchy (Moynoe) The Henchy family were established in county Clare from the early 18th century and descend from Pete...
I, 282 O'Brien (Glencolumbkille) A branch of the O'Briens who lived at Glencolumkille, parish of Carran, barony of Burren, county Cla...
I, 608 (Ennistymon Castle) Finucane (Lifford) Andrew Finucane born 1680 was the third son of Daniel Finucane and Helena O'Shaughnessy of Ballynacr...
I, 664 (Glin Castle, Westwood, Cahara House & Ballydonohoe) 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...
II, 315 (Mount Trenchard & Ouvane Cottage), II, 517 (Congrieff); II, 550 (Shanagolden House) Spring-Rice Smith indicates that the Spring family were originally from Lavenham in Suffolk and settled in Kerry...
II, 207 (Kilscannell), 387 & 426 Mount Plummer), 426 & 508 (Cahermoyle), O'Brien (Cahermoyle) William Smith O'Brien was born at Dromoland, county Clare in 1803. He was the second son of Sir Edw...
II, 387 & 426 (Glenduff), 508 (Glenville) Massy (Glenville) The Massys of Glenville, county Limerick, are descended from younger sons of the Massys of Duntrilea...
II, 517 Morgan (Old Abbey) This family of Welsh origin was established in the county Limerick locality by the mid 17th century,...
II, 146 (Burrane & Doonnagurroge) Hodges (Old Abbey & Burrane) Dore gives a detailed history of this family in counties Limerick and Clare. The Hodges were establ...
I, 9 De Vere This family were descended from Vere Hunt, a Cromwellian soldier who was granted land in county Lime...
I, 574 Watts Quinn writes that a Cromwellian soldier named Watts was granted the estate known as Mount Falcon, in...
I, 574 Fawcett (Ballykinlettragh) The Fawcetts were resident on the townlands of Ballykinlettragh, parish of Kilfian, and Ballinglen,...
I, 43 (Mellon & Ballincarriga House), I, 433 (Richmond Villa) Westropp (Mellon) The Westropps of Mellon, county Limerick are descended from Mountiford, second son of Thomas Westrop...
I, 43 (Mount Pleasant), II, 87 (Bollane Cottage) Hill (Mountpleasant) This county Limerick family were a junior branch of the Hills of Graig, near Doneraile, county Cork....
I, 43 (Shannon Grove), II, 72 (Castletown, Stonehall, Bushy Island) Waller (Castletown) This branch of the Waller family are descended from Sir Hardress Waller, a Cromwellian soldier, who...
I, 43 (Shannon Grove), II, 72 (Summerville) Bury (Shannongrove) Phineas Bury was granted almost 6,000 acres in the barony of Kenry, county Limerick in 1666 and 588...
II, 72 (Summerville) Caulfeild (Copsewood) Major General James Caulfeild (1786-1852) was a younger son of John Caulfeild, Archdeacon of Kilmore...
II, 72 (Holly Park), 315 (Woodcliff) Taylor (Ballynort & Holly Park ) An entry in ''Pue's Occurances'' 19-23 June 1739 indicates that the Taylors were resident at Ballyno...
I, 55 (Bridestown), II, 87 (Ballynolane) Morgan (Bridestown) Peter Westropp Morgan is recorded as the eldest son of Edward Morgan of Bridestown House, county Cor...
I, 113-114 (Ash Grove), 380 (Clounshire House), II, 28 (Ballynacourty), II, 87 (Bollane Cottage), II, 730 (Monroe) Power (Clonshire & Monroe) Samuel Dickson of Ballynaguile, county Limerick married firstly a Miss Farrell and had a daughter wh...
II, 28 (Ballysteen) Westropp (Ballysteen) A junior branch of the Attyflin family, Burke writes that Thomas Westropp of Mellon, county Limerick...
II, 28 Champagne The Reverend Arthur Champagne was born in the early 1720s at Castle Forbes, county Longford. He was...
II, 517 (Fort Anne) Dickson (Kildimo) Burke's "Landed Gentry of Ireland" (1912) records members of the Dickson family living at Ballyhonog...
I, 43 (Cartown), II, 72 (Castlegrey & Stonehall) Langford ''Irish Family Records" states that William Langford was living at Gurteengary, county Limerick in 1...
I, 43 (Rockfield - Fitzgerald & Ballincarreg - Hurst) Gloster Members of the Gloster family, George, James and Richard, held land in county Clare mainly in the pa...
I, 227 Parish of Bruff, I, 303 (Castle Magner), II, 87 (Kildimo Court) Hartstonge In the 18th century the Harstonge family held lands in the Bruff and Kildimo areas of county Limer...
II, 28 Davenport Thomas Evans Davenport is recorded as holding lands in both counties Clare and Limerick in the mid 1...
I, 391 Trinity College, Dublin, Provost and Fellows (Connacht) In 1837 Samuel Lewis recorded that at the time of the dissolution of the monasteries Queen Elizabeth...
I, 80 (Castle Hewson), I, 434 (Hollywood), II, 500 (Enniscoush) Hewson (Castle Hewson) This family was settled at Castle Hewson, Askeaton, county Limerick from the end of the 17th century...
I, 434 Fitzgerald (Ballinvira) The Fitzgeralds held land in the parishes of Croagh and Cappagh, barony of Connello Lower, county Li...
I, 380 (Clonshire), I, 572-573 (Clonarla) Pigott (Rathkeale) In the mid 19th century John Pigott held townlands in the parish of Clonshire and Rathkeale, barony...
I, 572-573 (Clonarla), II, 149 (Stoneville) Massy (Stoneville) Burke's ''Irish Family Records'' states that William Massy bought Stoneville, Rathkeale, county Lime...
I, 572-573 (Riddlestown) Blennerhassett (Riddlestown) The Blennerhassett family acquired estates in county Kerry from the forfeitures of the Earl of Desmo...
II, 207 (Elm Hill), II, 150 (Lodge) Studdert (Elm Hill) Maurice Studdert of Elm Hill, Rathkeale, county Limerick, was the fourth son of the Reverend George...
II, 282 (Altavilla - T. G. Bateman) Dickson (Croom Castle) In the mid 19th century Major General William Dickson of Berkshire, fifth son of Samuel Dickson and...
II, 392 (Mount Pleasant) Sandes (Morgans North) The Sandes family of Queen's county [county Laois] held an estate in the parish of Morgans, barony o...
II, 419 (Nantinan & Ballinvirick) Royse The Royse family were resident in the Nantinan parish of county Limerick from the early 18th century...
II, 191 (Milford - Fitzgerald), 500 (Ballywilliam) Maunsell (Ballywilliam) Richard Maunsell (1721-1790), second son of Richard Maunsell, Member of Parliament for Limerick city...
I, 113-114 (Mount Brown), II, 500 (Mount Brown, Deansfort, Castle Matrix) Brown (Mount Brown) John Southwell Brown held an estate in the parishes of Croagh and Rathkeale, barony of Connello Lowe...
II, 500 (Beechmount) Lloyd (Beechmount) In 1805 Colonel Thomas Lloyd purchased Beechmount in the parish of Rathkeale, barony of Connello Low...
I, 250 (Cappagh) Lloyd (Prospect) At the time of Griffith’s Valuation Eyre Lloyd held an estate in the parishes of Cappagh and Clonshi...
I, 101, Tervoe, 126 (Maryville) Monsell (Limerick) Originally from England, this family sold their estates in Somerset and purchased estates in county...
I, 126 (Maryville), II, 391 (Kilcoleman), 730 (Tullaghmore) Finch (Tullamore Park) An English family who settled in county Tipperary in the 17th century. Lieutenant Colonel Simon Fin...
I, 433 (Ballymurphy), II, 198 (Kilpeacon) Villiers (Kilpeacon & Beech Hill) The Reverend Fitzgerald in a footnote in his book gives an account of the owners of Kilpeacon, count...
I, 433 Greene (Greenmount) Captain Thomas Greene was granted land in counties Kerry, Limerick and Clare in 1668. The Greenes o...
I, 101, (Faha), 433 (Jockeyhall), Tuthill (Faha) This family settled in county Limerick in the late 17th century. George Tuthill held an estate in t...
Vol.I, 9 (Adare Castle), 436 (Newborough), 635 (Foynes Island) Quin/Wyndham-Quin Thady Quin (1645-1726) of Adare, county Limerick, had two sons from whom descend the Earls of Dunrav...
II, 101 Cooper (Cooperhill) Samuel Cooper of Cooper Hill, parish of Kilkeedy, county Limerick, died in 1779 aged 62 years, accor...
II, 101 (Cragbeg & Elm Park) Massey (Elm Park) The Lords Clarina are descended from Eyre Massey, sixth son of Hugh Massy of Duntrileague, county Li...
I, 433 (Doneen), II, 139 (Fort Etna) Peacocke (Fort Etna) George Peacocke was granted over 1,500 acres in the barony of Pubblebrien, county Limerick in 1666....
II, 198 & 240 (Ballyclough) Morony (Ballyclogh) Edmond Morony of Ballyclogh, county Limerick, was the eldest son of the second marriage of his fathe...
I, 436 (Glen-Bevan), II, 198 & 240 (Leamonfield) Bevan (Camas) Burke's ''Irish Family Records'' states that Thomas Beevin leased the lands of Camass, county Limeri...
I, 240 (Raleighstown), 242 (Ballyneguard), 506 (Williamsfort), 615-616 (Williamstown Castle), I, 126 & II, 341-342 (Fort Elizabeth) Croker (Ballynagarde) The Crokers settled in county Limerick in the 17th century and were resident at Ballynagarde early i...
I, 113-114 (Liskennet - R.K. Sheehy), II, 341-342 (Mainster) Heffernan/Cantillon Heffernan Frances, youngest daughter of the Reverend John Brown and his wife Meliora Southwell of Mount Brown,...
I, 12 (High Park), 80 (Inchirourke More), 436 (Clorane), 242 & 615 (Friarstown), II, 638 (Cappagh House) Hunt (Limerick & Tipperary) Burke's ''Landed Gentry of Ireland'' (1904) states that Henry Hunt obtained Friarstown, county Limer...
I, 27 (Loughgur) De Salis This family, of Swiss origin, settled in England at the beginning of the 18th century. In 1735 Jero...
I, 27 (Baggotstown), II, 102 (Parish of Kilcullane) Bouchier/Bourchier (Baggotstown) The Bouchiers had estates in county Limerick from Elizabethan times when they were granted some of t...
I, 615 O'Grady/Grady (The Grange) The O'Gradys of The Grange, parish of Fedamore, county Limerick, were a branch of O'Gradys of Kilbal...
I, 227 (Uregare & Miltown), II, 10 (Kenmare Castle), 95 (Kilfrush), 453 (Ballincolloo, Owregare House & Miltown) Gubbins By the end of the 17th century Joseph Gubbins was settled at Knocklong, county Limerick. Joseph Gubb...
I, 27 (Elton) O'Grady/Grady (Elton) According to Burke's ''Irish Family Records'' (1976), the O'Gradys of Elton descend from Darby O'Gra...
I, 27 & 227 (Kilballyowen), II, 139 (Fort Etna) O'Grady (Kilballyowen) This was the senior family of O'Grady in Munster. This family was located in the Kilballyowen area...
I, 662 (Cahir Guillamore & Rockbarton), I, 227 & II, 657 (Rockbarton & Cahir) O'Grady (Cahir Guillamore) Descended from a younger son of the O'Gradys of Kilballyowen, county Limerick, Standish O'Grady, son...
I, 6 (Ash Row), 484 (Toomaline) Barrington (Glenstal) The Barringtons settled in Limerick city at the end of the 17th century, Benjamin Barrington was she...
II, 638 (Towerhill) Lloyd (Towerhill) The Lloyds of Towerhill, county Limerick, are descended from the second son of the Reverend Thomas L...
I, 6 (Balovarane - Holland), II, 450 (Castle Lloyd) Lloyd (Castle Lloyd) This family was established in county Limerick from the 17th century and resided at Towerhill. The L...
I, 6 (Farnane - Costello) Lawless The Lawless family, originally from Hertfordshire, settled in Dublin in the early 18th century. Nic...
I, 670 & II, 426 (Chesterfield), 654 (Tullylease) Sullivan (Tullylease & Curramore) A Gaelic family who dropped the 'O' from O'Sullivan and became Sullivan in the early 18th century....
I, 670 (Dromin - Nicholas Meade), II, 387 (Woodland - R.Cart), 426 (Courtenay Castle) Courtenay The introduction to the Devon rentals at the Limerick City Archives states that "the Devon Estate in...
II, 121 & 426 (Springfield), 397 (parish of Mourneabbey) Deane Matthew Deane came to Ireland in the mid 17th century and purchased lands in county Cork. He was ma...
II, 136 Ahern/Herne Burke's "Landed Gentry of Ireland" records the marriage of John Sullivan and Mary Herne of Hernsbroo...
I, 113-114 (Glenwilliam), 293 (Prospect), II, 336 (Ballnakillmore), Massy (Glenwilliam) A junior branch of the Massys of Duntrileague, county Limerick, descended from the Reverend Godfrey...
II, 387 (Glanduff Castle - Eyre Massey) Staveley/Stevelly (Co Limerick) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Robert Jones Stavelly held an estate in the parishes of Monagay,...
I, 293 De Burgho (Castleconnell) Lewis wrote that the Bourkes were connected with the parish of Stradbally from the 12th century. Th...
I, 124 (Mount Minute & Caherline), 293 (Caherline) Gabbett (Caherline) A Shropshire family who were established at Caherline, county Limerick by the end of the 17th centur...
I, 239-240 (Caherconlish) Wilson (Caherconlish) Sir Ralph Wilson, knight, was granted 830 acres in the barony of Clanwilliam, including Caherconlish...
I, 241 Furnell ''Burke's Irish Family Records'' refers to two Furnell brothers coming to Ireland in 1645 and settli...
I, 239-240 (Baskill), II, 492 (Rocklow) Frend In 1666 John Frend, a captain in the Cromwellian army, was granted over 3,000 acres in the barony of...
II, 87 (Court Cottage), 191 (Ballyclogh - Cudmore), 219 (Fox-hall, J. O'Brien) Rose (Ahabeg) The Rose family, originally from Devonshire, settled at Morgans and Mount Prospect, county Limerick...
II, 191 (Ballyclogh -Cudmore) & (Killonan Cottage) Rose (Ballyclogh) Henry Rose held the townland of Killonan, parish of Kilmurry, barony of Clanwilliam, county Limerick...
1, 506 (Dromkeen) De Burgh (Dromkeen) This family of Bourke originally from county Mayo settled at Dromkeen in county Limerick in the 15th...
I, 436 (Cherrygrove), 615 (Sandville & Friarstown) Barry (Friarstown) A junior branch of the Barrys of Buttevant, county Cork, settled in the barony of Clanwilliam, count...
I, 293 (Mountshannon) FitzGibbon The FitzGibbon family were established at Ballysheedy, county Limerick, from the mid 18th century....
I, 293 (Mulcahir) Tuthill (Kilmore) The Tuthill family settled in county Limerick in the early 18th century. John Tuthill of Kilmore wa...
I, 80 (Askeaton), 293 (Hermitage), 639 & II, 51-52 (Massy Lodge) Massy The Massy family are descended from a Cromwellian soldier Captain Hugh Massy who was granted 3,055 a...
II, 191 (Plassy) Eyre/Hedges Eyre (Galway) Richard Hedges Eyre of Macroom Castle and Mount Hedges, county Cork, married Frances Browne, daughte...
I, 124 (Ballybrood) Maunsell (Ballybrood) John Maunsell of Ballyvoreen, county Limerick, was the third son of Thomas Maunsell of Buckinghamshi...
I, 293 (New Garden), II, 239 (Castle Jane & Ryves Castle) Ryves In 1667 William and John Ryves were granted over a thousand acres in the barony of Coslea and 168 ac...
II, 191 (Plassy) Maunsell (Limerick) The Maunsell family were originally from Buckinghamshire. They settled at Mocollop, county Waterfor...
II, 93 (Atlantic Lodge) Studdert (Kilkee) Jonas Studdert of Atlantic Lodge, Kilkee, county Clare was the fourth son of George Studdert of Clon...
I, 309-310 (Castletown Conyers) Conyers The Conyers family were established at Castletown Conyers in county Limerick by the early 18th centu...
I, 113-114 & 309-310 (Rossmore) Shelton (Rossmore) The Sheltons were in the Castletown area of county Limerick from the early 18th century. In the mid...
Vol.I, 5 (Abbeystrowry Parish), 297 (Castlehaven Parish) Townsend (Castletownsend) Burke's ''Irish Family Records'' indicates that the first of this family to be established in Irelan...
I, 228 (Bruree House - R. Fetherston & Bruree Lodge - J. Langton) Langton (Bruree) The Langton family were settled at Bruree, county Limerick, from at least the early 18th century. T...
I, 454 & 672 (Pallas House), 672 (Sunville - T.Kearney) Apjohn (Pallas House) Thomas Apjohn was resident at Pallasgreen, county Limerick, at the end of the 18th century. His so...
I, 484 O'Grady (Castle Garde) The O'Gradys of Castle Garde, county Limerick, were a junior branch of the O'Gradys Viscounts Guilla...
II, 53 (Livias), 450 (Newtown Ellard) Ellard The Ellards were established at Newtown from at least the mid 18th century. In 1839 Richard Ellard...
Vol.I, 297 Castlehaven Parish, Vol.II, 416-7 (Myross Parish) Somerville Burke's ''Irish Family Records'' indicates that the first of this family to settle in Cork was Rev....
II, 199 (Whitehall) Kane (Limerick) The Kane family held land in the parishes of Cahervally, barony of Clanwilliam and Abington, barony...
II, 16 (Glenwilliam) Butler (Doon & Thornpark) The Butlers of Doonemulvihill, county Clare and Thornpark, county Galway are descended from James Bu...
I, 84 & II, 341-342 (Castle Ivers), II, 227 & II, 453 (Greenpark) Ievers (Castle Ievers) George Ievers of Athlacca, county Limerick, was the sixth son of Henry Ivers, clerk of the King's Co...
I, 436 (Bellevue) Yielding/Yeilding The Yielding family were established in county Limerick from the mid 18th century and lived at Belle...
I, 436 (Carass Court) Browning (Cos Waterford & Limerick) The Brownings were a Gloucestershire family who settled in county Waterford in the late 17th century...
I, 436 (Toureen & Croom House) Lyons (Croom) The Lyne or Lyons family were established in Croom, county Limerick, by the beginning of the 18th ce...
I, 596 (Maiden Hall) Holmes The Holmes family, who were granted the title Baron Heytesbury in 1828, held estates in counties Lim...
II, 153 (Green Hall), 341-342 (Abbeyville), 605 (Fort Henry) White (Greenhall & Abbeyville) This family share a common ancestry with the Whites of Kilmoylan, county Limerick. Benjamin White w...
II, 657 (Ballynauty) Creed In 1837 Lewis refers to the flour mills owned by Mr Creed at Kilmallock, county Limerick. At the ti...
II, 172-173 (Mount Coote), 200 (Mount Coote & Riversfield) Coote (Mount Coote) Sir Philip Coote Knight of Mount Coote, county Limerick was a nephew of Charles, 1st Earl of Mountra...
I, 89 (Martinstown), II, 457 (Castle Oliver) Gascoigne/Trench (Castle Oliver) Richard Oliver of Castle Oliver, county Limerick, took the additional name of Gascoigne when he and...
I, 358 & 670, II, 426 (Knockaderry) & II, 53 (Hardingville) Evans (Knockaderry) The Reverend Thomas Waller Evans was the second son of Thomas Evans of Miltown Castle, county Cork a...
II, 93-94 (Spa Hill), 420 (Rockmills Lodge), 457 (Castle Oliver) Oliver (Castle Oliver) By the late 17th century the Olivers were settled at Clonodfoy (later known as Castle Oliver), baron...
I, 113 (Mount-Russell) Russell (Mount Russell & Glanmore) In the late 18th century the Russells held an estate on both sides of the Limerick and Cork county b...
I, 113 & 637 (Ahnagurra - Thomas T. Adams) Coppinger (Monkstown Castle) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Francis Coppinger held two townlands in the parish of Ballingarr...
I, 113 Massy (Griston) In 1822 Charles O'Brien Massy, only son and heir of Frederick Massy of Griston House, county Limeric...
I, 449 (Ballynacorty) Wandesforde The main Irish estate of the Wandesforde family, later Prior-Wandesforde, was in the Castlecomer are...
I, 164 & II, 239 Ryan (Scarteen) The Ryan family were settled at Ballyvistea, county Tipperary, close to the county Limerick border f...
I, 228 (Harding Grove), 637 (Janeville) Harding (Co Limerick) Samuel Harding, son of Brigadier Major Henry Harding of Harding Grove, held land in county Limerick...
I, 637 Bennett (Gleneefy) William Blacker Bennett died at Castle Creagh, Galbally, county Limerick in 1808. In 1826 Fitzgerald...
I, 637 (Riversdale & Stagdale) Massy (Riversdale & Ballinacurra) Many townlands in the parish of Galbally, barony of Coshlea, county Limerick, were part of the estat...
Vol.1, 92 (Aghadown Parish), Vol.II, 180 (Kilmoe Parish) Fleming (Cork) The Fleming estate in county Cork amounted to over 3000 acres in the 1870s. Lionel B. Fleming was on...
II, 93-94 (Bossonstown) Lysaght (Mountnorth) At the end of the 17th century Nicholas Lysaght, a supporter of William III, married Grace, daughter...
I, 56 & II, 457 Sayers (Sunville) Edward Sayers held a townland in the parish of Particles, barony of Coshlea, county Limerick, at the...
I, 113-114 (Turret, The Grove, Fort William & Odell Ville) O'Dell/Odell The Odell/O'Dell family were established at Ballingarry, county Limerick from the late 17th century....
I, 309-310 (Capanishane) Mason (Cooleen & Cappanihane) At the time of the first Ordnance Survey Richard Mason held the townland of Cappanihane (772 acres),...
I, 113-114 & II, 426 (Heathfield) Lloyd (Heathfield) Edward Lloyd of Eyon, county Limerick and Ballincollig, county Cork was the third son of the Reveren...
I, 89 (Springmount - S. McCarthy), II, 453 (Bulgadine Hall), 650 (Tullagh Parish) Evans/Evans-Freke John Evans, of Welsh descent, settled in the city of Limerick in the early 17th century. In 1666 Geo...
I, 672 (Derk) Considine (Derk) William Considine married Mary Heffernan of Derk, county Limerick. ''Burke's Irish Family Records''...
I, 144 (Shanbally), 185 (Barnalough), 672 (Mount Catherine), II, 502 (Lacken), 730 (Youghalarra) Smithwick Peter Smithwick of Mount Catherine, county Limerick, married an Apjohn of nearby Linfield and died i...
I, 293 (Belmont - Capt Stackpoole) Dwyer (Stradbally) A member of the Dwyer family was living at Singland in the parish of St Patricks, close to Limerick...
I, 113-114 (Ballyno Cox & Ballynail) Cox (Ballynoe) Burke's (1886) records Robert Cox having received a grant of lands at Ballynoe, county Limerick, in...
I, 113-114 (Ballino Kane & Kilbeg) Scanlan (Ballyknockane) In March 1851 the lands of Gortnacrehy, barony of Connello Upper, county Limerick, the estate of Mic...
I, 113-114 (Frankfort) White (Frankfort) John White held townlands in the parishes of Ballingarry and Kilmeedy, barony of Connello Upper, cou...
I, 434 (Ballylin & Smithfield) Smith (Smithfield & Ballylin) Smithfield house was leased to the Reverend Charles Smyth by Henry and Richard Aylmer in October 179...
Parish of Croagh I, 434 Walcott (Croagh) Captain Thomas Wallcott was granted lands close to the city of Limerick by patent dated 1667. This...
II, 387 & 426 Plummer A family from Wiltshire who first settled in county Cork and then moved to county Limerick. [An Edwa...
I, 80 (Askeaton) Massy (Ballynort) In 1760 Hugh, 2nd Baron Massy, married Catherine, daughter and co heiress with her sister Lady Carri...
II, 426 (Castleview) Locke (Newcastle) The Reverend Thomas Locke was located in the Newcastle area, barony of Glenquin, county Limerick in...
I, 40 (Ballynaborney), II, 426 (Ashgrove & Glanastar) Upton The Uptons were settled at Ashgrove, near Newcastle, county Limerick, from 1694 when they were given...
I, 56 & II, 457 (Sunville) Godsell A family established at Sunville, parish of Ardpatrick, county Limerick by at least the mid 18th cen...
Vol.I, 504 (Dromdaleague) Tuckey Capt. John Tuckey of Kilronan, Dunmanway, was the owner of over 600 acres in county Cork in the 1870...
II, 101 (Cragbeg) Vandeleur (Limerick) A junior branch of the Vandeleurs of Kilrush, county Clare, John Ormsby Vandeleur of Maddenstown, co...
Vol.I, 591 (Durrus Parish) O'Donovan (Kilcrohane) The estate of Timothy O'Donovan, of O'Donovan's Cove, parishes of Durrus and Kilcrohane, amounted to...
Vol.I, 591 (Durrus Parish) Evanson Local sources suggest that the Evanson family in West Cork descend from Lieutenant Nathaniel Evanson...
I, 228 (Bruree House) Fetherston (Co Limerick) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Robert Fetherston held land in the parishes of Clonelty, barony...
I, 231 (Bunratty), II, 492 (Derrylusker) Palliser A family originally from Yorkshire, the Reverend William Palliser became Archbishop of Cashel in 169...
Vol.II, 180 (Kilmoe Parish) Notter Richard Henry Notter, of Skull, owned almost 600 acres in county Cork in the 1870s while James Lane...
I, 664 Sleeman At the time of Griffith's Valuation Richard Sleeman held a townland in the parish of Kilfergus, baro...
II, 172-173 Hobart-Hampden There are a number of Irish links to this family beginning with the attendance of Sir John Hobart at...
II, 172-173 Creed In 1837 Lewis refers to the flour mills owned by Mr Creed at Kilmallock, county Limerick. At the ti...
II, 172-173 (Ash Hill Towers) Evans (Ash Hill Towers) A branch of the Evans family, Barons Carberys, descended from Thomas Evans of Miltown Castle, county...
I, 240 (Clogheen), 478 (Donnybrook), II, 614 (Graig), 674 (Landscape - James Hammond) Hill (Graig) The Hills, descended from a Cromwellian soldier, settled at Doneraile, county Cork. In the late 17t...
IV, 47 & 60 (Ballynolan) Westropp (Ballynolan & Ardcanny) The Reverend Thomas Westropp held an estate in the parishes of Stradbally and Killeenagarriff, baron...
I, 484 (Bilboa House) Rous Dr Malcomson writes that Juliana Warter Wilson, daughter of Edward Wilson of Bilboa, county Limerick...
II, 500 (Rathkeale Abbey) Leake (Rathkeale) The gravestone inscriptions from the Church of Ireland graveyard at Rathkeale, barony of Connello Lo...
I, 250 Peppard (Cappagh) The Peppards were resident at Cappagh, county Limerick, from the early 18th century. They do not ap...
I, 362 (Newmarket) Aldworth The Aldworths settled in county Cork in the early 17th century and were established at Newmarket by...
I, 368 Foote (Gortmore) Edward Foote was the third son of Richard Foote of Millfort, county Cork and a younger brother of He...
Abbeystrowry Parish, Vol.I, 5. Ballinadee Parish, Vol. I, 107, Ballygiblin & Assolas Vol.I, 303 Kilgarriff Parish. Vol.II, 96. Beecher/Becher Burke's ''Irish Family Records'' and Smith both indicate that the Beechers were originally a Kent...
I, 303 Westropp (Bettyville) Anne Westropp held an estate of 2 townlands Bettyville and Bannagh, parish of Castlemagner, barony o...
I, 303 (Ramaher) Purcell (Rathmaher, Co Cork) Denroche was a name associated with Cork city in the late 18th century. The Purcells of Rathmaher, p...
I, 497 (Mount Leader), 509 (Nashville) Leader (Mount Leader & Dromagh Castle) The senior branch of the Leader family descended from Henry Leader who bought estates in county Cork...
I, 509 (Nashville) O'Grady (Cahir Guillamore) Descended from a younger son of the O'Gradys of Kilballyowen, county Limerick, Standish O'Grady, son...
I, 509 (Dromagh) O'Keeffe The O'Keeffes were an old Irish family, long established in the Kanturk area of county Cork. The O'...
I, 442 Leader (Keale) A junior branch of the Leader family of county Cork, sharing a common ancestry with the Leaders of M...
II, 56-57 (Castle Cor) Freeman In the 1770s Edward Deane, son of Joseph Deane and Jane Freeman, inherited the estates of his mother...
II, 208 (Upper Dromore - Rev B. Williamson), 338-339 (Annabella), 280-281 (Altamira & Highfort) Purcell (Altamira) A junior branch of the Purcells of Burton Park, county Cork, the Purcells of Altamira intermarried w...
I, 241 (Glenburn - A. Lewis), II, 53 (Gibbings Grove), 56-57 (Marybrook), 77 (Woodville) Gibbings (Gibbings Grove) This family were Elizabethan settlers in the Shanagolden area of county Limerick. Two brothers were...
I, 442 (Derrigh & Church Hill), II, 176-177 (Woodview) McCartie The McCartie family were living in the Cullen locality of north county Cork in the late 18th century...
II, 228 & 444 Commissioners of Woods and Forests In the first half of the 19th century the Commissioners of Woods and Forests, a state department, he...
II, 529 (Roskeen) Power (Roskeen) Colonel Grove White includes a detailed family history of this family in his notes. The Powers were...
II, 582 Leahy (Subulter) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Richard Leahy held land in the parishes of Kilbrin, Kilmeen and...
II,654 (Tullilease) Morgell The Morgell family descend from Thomas Morgell who married Melian O'Callaghan in 1733. They had at...
I, 129 (Ballythomas) Bullen/Crofts Bullen (Ballythomas) Gibson writes that the Bullens were descended from Jeffrey Bullen of Salle, Norfolk, grandfather of...
I, 129 & II, 338-341, (Longueville & Waterloo), II, 13 & 381 (Castle Mary), 13 (Woodview), 458 (Church Hill), II, 168 (Ballymaloe - Forster), 369 (Ballinacurra Lodge - T.H. Rumbley) Longfield (Castlemary & Longueville) John Longfield, of Castle Mary, near Cloyne, county Cork married Mary Hawnby of Mallow, county Cork....
II, 208 (Allworth) Hunt (Kilshannig) Thomas Hunt, a Cromwellian soldier, settled in Ireland and his descendants acquired estates in count...
I, 129 (parish of Ballyclogh), II, 208 (parish of Kilshannig) Haines/Haynes In his will made in 1825 Charles Haines of Mallow, county Cork, mentions his sons Thomas, Humphrey,...
II, 208 (Lombardstown) Bolster In the 19th century the Bolsters held land in the parish of Kilshannig, barony of Duhallow, county C...
II, 208 (Danesfort) Lombard (Lombardstown) The Lombards were located in county Cork from at least the mid 17th century. In 1724 James Lombard...
I, 650 (Garrycloyne - John Travers), II, 208 (Bettesborough) Townsend (Garrycloyne Castle) This branch of the Townsend family are descended from Richard Townsend of Pallastown, county Cork, f...
II, 208 (Dromore & Newberry), II, 338-341 (Dromore) Newman (Dromore) This family came from Wincanton, Somerset to county Cork in the mid 17th century and Richard Newman...
II, 65 (Bird Hill), 194 (Monaquil), 338-341 (Firville) Atkins/Atkins-Going The genealogy of this family was recorded in the late 1830s. Robert Atkins of Fountainville, born 1...
I, 129 (Summerville & Blossomfort), 303 (Cecilstown Lodge) Wrixon Henry Wrixon of Assolas was the father of William Wrixon who married Mary Becher in 1778. Their son,...
Ballinadee Parish, Vol.I, 107-108, Ballymodan Parish, 149. Ringrone Parish, Vol. II, 515. Templemartin Parish, Vol.II, 605, Kilmeen Parish, Vol.II, 177, Ballinadee Parish, Vol. I, 107, Dunderrow Parish, Vol I, 572 Gillman (Cork) It appears that the Gillmans were originally an Exeter family. Members of the family held property...
Ballinadee Parish, Vol.I, 107-108. Rawlins or Rawlings (Cork) George H. Rawlins was leasing property in the parish of Ballinadee at the time of Griffith's Valuati...
Ballymodan Parish, Vol.I, 149. Vol II, 191 (Ballytrasna), Vol.II, 238 (Knockavilly Parish), Vol I, 281 (Johnstown - Mrs Palmer), Vol I, 654 (Lotamore) Bernard According to Burke, the first Francis Bernard settled in Ireland around the time of Elizabeth I. In...
Ballymoney Parish, Vol.I, 151. Daunt (East Carbery) This branch of the Daunt family descends from William Daunt of the Tracton Abbey family, whom Burke...
Brinny Parish, Vol.I, 225. Payne Reverend Somers Payne was among the principal lessors in the parish of Inishannon at the time of Gri...
Desertserges Parish, Vol.I, 458, Kilmaloda Parish, Vol.II, 173-4, Kilkerranmore Parish, Vol.II, 115-116. Killowen Parish, Vol.II,154. Vol II, 397 (Rockvale) Beamish Burke's Irish Family Records indicates that lands granted to members of the Beamish family were conf...
Inishannon Parish, Vol.II, 20. Conner (Bandon) Burke indicates that this Conner family were settled in county Cork since the end of the seventeenth...
Inishannon Parish, Vol. II, 20. Quinn (Inishannon) Thomas Quinn was the owner of over 450 acres in county Cork in the 1870s. He was resident at Firgrov...
Inishannon Parish, Vol.II, 20., Ballymartle Parish, Vol.I, 147. Meade (Cork) This family was related to the Meades, Earls of Clanwilliam. In 1787 the Reverend John Meade, Rector...
Vol.I, 5 (Abbeystrowry Parish), Vol.II, 26-7 (Parish of Island), Vol.II, 444.(Nohaval Parish) Hungerford (Island) Burke indicates that this family traditionally claimed descent from the Hungerford family of Farley...
Kilbrittain Parish, Vol.II, 57. I, 478 (Kilbrack), II, 674 (Wallstown - T. Baily) Stawell (Kilbrittain) Burke's "Landed Gentry of Ireland" (1912) traces the lineage of this family back to the 12th century...
Kilmaloda parish, Vol. II, 173-4. Austen/Austin (Cork) Henry Austin was granted over 3,200 acres in the barony of Clanmorris, county Kerry in 1669. This f...
Kilnagross Parish, Vol.II, 193. Wheeler (Inishannon) John R. Wheeler of Bandon was the owner of over 500 acres in county Cork in the 1870s. James Wheeler...
Kilnagross Parish, Vol.II, 193. Sullivan (West Carbery) William Sullivan of Bandon owned over 700 acres in county Cork in the 1870s.
Ballymodan Parish, Vol.I, 149, Rathclarin Parish, Vol.II, 490. Sealy (Cork) Winthrop B. Sealy, of Barleyfield, Bandon, was the owner of over 2000 acres in county Cork in the 18...
Rathclarin Parish, Vol.II, 490. Robinson (West Carbery) George Robinson of Coronea, grandson of the Reverend William Robinson, rector of Abbeystrewery, was...
Rathclarin Parish, Vol. I, 613 (Bowenscourt), Vol.II, 490. Bowen/Cole-Bowen Originally from Wales, Henry Bowen, a Cromwellian army officer, settled in county Cork. In 1660 his...
Rathclarin Parish, Vol.II, 490. Howe Various members of the Howe family owned land in county Cork in the 1870s including James and John o...
I, 442 (Duaregill Castle) Justice In 1861 Gibson, who was married to Margaret Justice, wrote that Duaragil Castle had been greatly imp...
I, 442 (Flintfield - Denis O'Connell), Vol.II, 165 (Kilmocomoge) Orpen (Elm Park) At the time of Griffith's Valuation John Orpen held land in the parishes of Inchigeelagh, barony o...
I, 241 (Maryborough), 497 (Drishane Castle & Coole House), 509 (Minehill) Wallis (Drishane Castle) A family established at Curraglass, Mogeely, county Cork, from the early 17th century. In 1703, Thom...
I, 137 (Castle Harrison) Harrison (Castle Harrison) This family was residing at Castle Harrison, Charleville, county Cork, from at least the mid 18th ce...
I, 223 (Dunbarry) Heffernan/Hiffernan (Mallow) In the 1870s Thomas Heffernan of Newtown, Mallow, county Cork, owned 1,320 acres in county Cork and...
I, 223 (Bregogue Castle - J. Rogers), 325 (Parish of Churchtown), Perceval In 1666 and 1668 Sir Philip Percevall was granted large estates in county Cork and over 1,000 acres...
I, 325 (Churchtown), II, 423 (Riverston - John Bennett) Crofts (Churchtown) This branch of the Crofts family were descended from George Crofts of Ballintemple, county Cork, who...
I, 129 (Blossomfort) Smith (Blossomfort) Hajba writes that Richard Smith was agent to the Longfields of Longueville, county Cork, and that he...
I, 235 (Buttevant Castle & Castle View), 478 (Doneraile Park) St. Leger A Norman family who first established connections with the Province of Munster in the mid 16th centu...
I, 235 & II, 13 (Velvetstown), 138 (Upper Convamore - J. Delany) 478 (Steamhill) Crofts (Velvetstown) ''Burke's Irish Family Records'' traces this family's descent from William Crofts, a younger son of...
I, 397 (Cooline House - R. Weldon) Neville In 1810 Henrietta Dering, a widow and daughter and co-heir of Richard Neville of Furness, county Kil...
I, 129 (Kilpatrick) Langley (Co Cork) This family appear to be a branch of the county Tipperary Langleys, Hajba writes that the Langleys o...
I, 223 (Currymount), 497 (Coomlagane) McCarthy-O'Leary By the mid 18th century the O'Learys were established at Coomlogane, in the parish of Drishane, in t...
I, 397 (Milltown Castle), II, 53 (Proughis), II, 498 (Springfort) Bruce (Milltown Castle) A Scottish family who settled in the Bandon area of county Cork in the mid 17th century. Milltown Ca...
II, 53 (Kilbolane) Barry (Kilbolane) Burke's "Landed Gentry of Ireland" (1904) states that four generations of Barrys had been in possess...
I, 242 (Cahirnarry) Cripps This family held land in county Limerick in the 18th and early 19th centuries. In 1866 Lenihan wrot...
II, 336 (Mayne) Sheehy (Cork & Limerick) In the early 18th century the Sheehys were merchants in the cities of Limerick and Cork. They marrie...
I, 115 Montagu There are two Irish connections in the ancestry of the Earls of Sandwich. In the mid 17th century E...
I, 115 (Parish of Ballinlough) Stratford (Aldborough) The Earl of Aldborough held lands in Killerry parish, barony of Tirerrill, county Sligo, which seem...
II, 387 (parish of Monagay), 426 (parish of Newcastle) Furlong (Newcastle) Alfred Furlong was agent to the Earl of Devon's county Limerick estate from the early 1820s to the l...
I, 482 (Ballyseedy) Fitzgibbon (Ballysheedy) The Fitzgibbon family were living at Ballysheedy/Ballyseeda, county Limerick, by the mid 18th centur...
II, 498 (Belfort - Reeves) Clanchy (Belfort) [Cornelius Clanchy gent was granted lands in the barony of Tullagh, county Clare in 1670]. A family...
II, 498 Reeves (Belfort) The Reeves of Belfort, Charleville, county Cork, were descended from John Reeves of Cloyne, county C...
Vol.I, 377, Clontead Parish Bolton (Kinsale) Mary Anne [or Alicia] Bolton was the owner of over 600 acres in county Cork in the 1870s and was one...
Tisaxon Parish, Vol.II, 599-600. Newman (County Cork) In the 1870s, Adam Newman of Monkstown, Cork, was the owner of over 3500 acres in county Cork, while...
Ardfield Parish, Vol,I, 50. Vol.I, 432, Creagh Parish, Kilkerranmore Parish, Vol.II, 115-116. Galway/Galwey (Lota & West Cork) "Burke's Irish Family Records" traces the ancestry of this family back to their location in Kinsale,...
Island Parish, Vol.II, 26-27. Sandes (Clonakilty) The representatives of George Sandes, of Dunown, Clonakilty, owned over 650 acres in county Cork in...
II, 178 (Carrigbuoy) Barrett (Carrigboy) At the time of Griffith's Valuation John E. Barrett held an estate in the parish of Kilmichael, baro...
I, 355 (Mount Cross), 481 (Firmount) Townsend (Firmount) Samuel Philip Townsend of Firmount, county Cork was the fifth son of the Reverend Horatio Townsend,...
I, 355 (Yew Hill - J. Williams), II, 193 (Raleagh) Minhear At the time of Griffith's Valuation members of the Minheer family held lands in the parishes of Inch...
I, 355 (Ash Grove), II, 328-329 (Codrum & Coolehane) Ashe (Ashgrove & Codrum) In the mid 19th century the Ashe estate was mainly located in the parishes of Kilnamartery and Clond...
II, 15 (Kilbarry), II, 90 (Kilfaughnabeg Parish) Barry (Kilbarry) "The Londonderry Journal" (20 June 1772) records the killing in county Cork of Garret Barry, son of...
I, 572 (Ballinphellick), II, 15 (Lee Mount), 178 (Cooldaniel), 334 (Myshell) Barter (County Cork) The Barter family were established in county Cork from the late 17th century. Several members of th...
I, 305 & 616 (Castlemartyr), I, 305 & II, 12 (Carew's Wood), 282 Lislee Parish Boyle (Earl of Shannon) Henry Boyle, a descendent of Richard Boyle, first Earl of Cork, was created Earl of Shannon, baron o...
I, 20 (Rosemount), 89 (Grange & Sirmount), II, 15 (Boyle Grove - J. Boyle) Hawkes (Cork) The Hawkes family of county Cork are descended from Captain John Hawkes who first settled at Bishops...
II, 178 & 191 (Greenville) Swete Samuel Swete of Greenville, county Cork, (originally known as Kilglass, see http://www.kilmichael.or...
II, 328-329 (Firville) Harding (Firville) The Harding family were associated with the city of Cork from the early 18th century. Henry Harding...
II, 328-329 (Coolcawer & Rockborough) Browne (Coolcour) The Brownes were established at Coolcour/Coolcower, parish of Macroom, county Cork, from at least th...
Ballyfoyle Parish, Vol.I, 134. Shea Jordan and O'Shea record the history of this merchant family from Cork who moved out of the city to...
II, 59 (Kilcaskan Parish), 328-329 (Macroom) White/Hedges White Richard Hedges of Macroom Castle and Mount Hedges, county Cork, married Mary Eyre and had a son, Ric...
Vol.I, 147.Ballymartle Parish, Vol.II, 251 Leighmoney Parish, 397 Moviddy Parish Herrick Burke claims that the county Cork Herrick family is a junior branch of that of Herrick of Beaumano...
Vol.I, 147. Ballymartle Parish, Vol.II, 182, Kilmoney Parish Roberts (Britfieldstown) A family settled in county Cork from the early 17th century, Francis Roberts was granted Britfieldst...
II, 328-329 Massy (Mount Massy) This branch of the Massy family are descended from William and Ann (nee Creagh) Massy of Glenville,...
I, 497 (Rathduane) McCarthy (Drishane) McCarthys had been established in the Drishane area of county Cork for many centuries. Lane writes t...
II, 328-329 Coppinger (Sandy Hill) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Francis H. and Thomas Coppinger both held land in the parish of...
Vol.I, 10 (Affane parish) 12 (Aghavrin - Crooke), 673 (Belgrove), Vol.II, 284 (Fort William), 375 (Curraglass) Gumbleton The Gumbletons of counties Cork and Waterford are descended from the Gomeledon family of Kent. Richa...
Vol.II, 182 Kilmonoge Parish Knolles (somtimes Knowles) Members of the Walton Knowles family were among the principal lessors in the parishes of Kilmonoge a...
Vol.II, 182 Kilcomoge Parish, 197 Kilpatrick Parish Daunt (Kinsale) Originally a Gloucestershire family, the Daunt family appear in county Cork in the early seventeenth...
Vol.II, 197. Kilpatrick Parish Hodder (Hoddersfield) A Dorset family who settled in county Cork in the mid 17th century. ''Burke's Irish Family Records'...
I, 248 (Oak Grove), 355 (Hanover Hall) Bowen/Bowen Colthurst (Oak Grove) A junior branch of the Bowen family of Kilbolane, county Cork and later of Bowen's Court, John Bowen...
Vol.II, 238 (Knockavilly Parish) Biggs (Cork) The representatives of Thomas Biggs, of Dunmanway, owned over 800 acres in county Cork in the 1870s....
I, 20 (Farran Lodge & Curihaly), I, 248 & II, 191 (Shandangan) Penrose/Penrose Welsted (Shandangan) The Penroses were a Cornish family who settled in county Waterford in the 17th century. In 1775 Samu...
I, 248 (Forest), II, 191 (Elm Ville), 335 (Lee Mount) Gollock In the mid 19th century members of the Gollock family held land in the parishes of Clondrohid, Kilmu...
II, 335 (Carhue) Coppinger (Carhue & Leemount) The Coppingers of Carhue, parish of Magourney, county Cork, were Catholic landowners until the late...
Vol.II, 601, Templebreedy Parish O'Grady (Aghamarta) Darby O'Grady, a younger brother of the 1st Viscount Guillamore, held land in the parishes of Ballin...
I, 12 (Leeds), II, 375 (Frankfort) Woodley This family settled in the parish of Aghabulloge, county Cork, in the mid 17th century. Anthony Woo...
I, 20 (Rosemount) Westropp (Cork) the Westropps of county Cork are descended from two brothers Randall Westropp, Mayor of Cork in 1743...
I, 481 (Derry) Gibbs (Derry) The Gibbs family of Cork city and Derry, county Cork, are possibly descended from Gibbes of Devon....
I, 12 (Clonmoyle), II, 335 (Dripsey & Beechmount) Colthurst (Dripsey Castle) This county Cork family was a junior branch of the Colthurst family, baronets and were descended fro...
I, 12 (Kilberrihert), 248 (Killinardrish), II, 335 (Classis & Old Town) Crooke (Co Cork) Thomas Crooke and John Bayly were jointly granted 1,791 acres in the barony of Muskerry, county Cork...
I, 12 (Mountrivers), Vol.I, 225, (Brinny parish) Whiting At the time of Griffith's Valuation Margaret Whiting held land in the parish of Ballyvourney, barony...
II, 335 (Myshell - Barter, Beechmount - Godfrey) Lindsey/Lindsay (Peake) This family were established in the Macroom area of county Cork by the mid 18th century. They were...
I, 248 (Nettleville Hall) Nettles Originally from Herefordshire, John Nettles settled in county Waterford in the mid 17th century. He...
II, 335 (Shandy Hall) Cross (Shandy Hall) The representatives of Abraham Cross held land in the parish of Magourney, barony of East Muskerry,...
II, 335 (Rock Grove) Good (East Muskerry) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Henry Good held land in the parish of Cannaway, John Good held l...
I, 12 (The Cottage) Pyne (Cottage) This branch of the Pyne family lived at Derryroe, parish of Aghabulloge, county Cork, in the mid 18t...
I, 20 (Elm Park) Falkiner Caleb Falkiner, a merchant of Cork, married Ruth, daughter of Edward Riggs and had a son, Riggs Falk...
II, 397 (Ryecourt & Kilcondy) Rye (Ryecourt) This family were established at Ryecourt, parish of Moviddy, barony of East Muskerry, county Cork, i...
328-329 Warren (Codrum) The Warrens of Codrum, county Cork, are descended from John Warren, fourth son of the 1st Baronet....
II, 397 (Crookstown) Warren (Crookstown) The Reverend Robert Warren of Crookstown, parish of Kilmurry, barony of East Muskerry, county Cork,...
I, 89 (Clashenure), Vol.II, 90 (Kilaughnabeg Parish) Allen (Clashanure & Liscongill) The Allens were Elizabethan settlers in county Cork. Richard Allen was established at Greenfield,...
I, 109 (Mount Mary - W. Fortune) Lombard Daniel Lombard of Temple St. Dublin was the owner of over 400 acres in Kerry and over 250 acres in C...
I, 280-281 (Woodside & Rock Lodge) Carleton (Wilton House, Woodside) At the time of Griffith's Valuation, George and Christopher Carleton held land in the parish of Kils...
I, 211-212 (parish of Blarney), 650 (parish of Garrycloyne) Hollow Sword Blades Company The Hollow Sword Blades Company was set up in England in 1691 to make sword blades. In 1703 the com...