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''Jnl of the Waterford and South-East of Ireland Archaeological Society''

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Estate Records Citing this Source

Found 45 estate records citing this source.

Reference Estate Name Estate Description
BARRON, Rev. Stephen. Distinguished Waterford Families: Barron. XVII (1914), pp. 47-65, pp. 128-134, pp. 137-152 Barron Burke asserts that this family, originally barons of Burnchurch, county Kilkenny, were a branch of t...
HIGGINS, P. Ancient and illustrious Waterford families: The Wyses of the Manor of St. John's Waterford. V (1899), pp. 199-206, Wyse (Middlethird) The Wyse family had been associated with Waterford since Norman times. Depending on political events...
WYSE, Agnes. Query concerning the Wyse Family of Co. Waterford. XIII (1910), p.37. Wyse (Middlethird) The Wyse family had been associated with Waterford since Norman times. Depending on political events...
REDMOND, Gabriel O'C. Notes on the history, antiquities, archaeological remains and legends of the western end of the County Waterford. With pedigrees of the Families of Fitzgerald of Knockmoane and Quarry of Johnstown. I (1895), 147-161, 254-64. Fitzgerald (Ballinaparka) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Thomas Fitzgerald held land in the county Tipperary parishes of...
REDMOND, Gabriel O'C. The FitzGeralds of Farnane. With an elegy in Irish on the Family, together with an English translation, and note by W. H. Grattan Flood. XIII (1910), pp. 112-21, 168-75, XIV (1911), pp. 26-39, 72-84, XV (1912), pp. 161, 168-76. Fitzgerald (Ballinaparka) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Thomas Fitzgerald held land in the county Tipperary parishes of...
HIGGINS, Patrick. The Dobbyns and the Waddings: ancient and illustrious Waterford families. IV (1898), pp.247-250 Dobbyn Morris states that the Dobbyns were a family of great antiquity in Waterford. Grogan notes that clai...
BUCKLY, James.‘Selections from a general account book of Valentine Greatrakes, A.D. 1663–1679 with a pedigree. '' XI (1908), pp.211-224, Vol. XV (1912), p. 197, Greatrakes An English Protestant landed family who had settled in Waterford in the 1580s, they were associated...
HIGGINS, P. The Kennedy Family of Co. Waterford. X (1907), pp.259-260. Kennedy (Waterford) Burke indicates that this family's association with Waterford stems from its descent from the family...
BAYLY, William J. The Roberts Family of Waterford. With note on Thomas Sautell Roberts by Thomas Drew. II (1896), pp.98-103, 190-191. Roberts (Waterford) The Roberts family had extensive business interests in Waterford city and several family members ser...
SHERLOCK, Rev. W. Distinguished Waterford families. Vol. IX (1906), pp. 120-8, 171-5, 279-80, ; Vol. X (1907) pp. 42-4, 171-83, Sherlock (Waterford) Paul Sherlock was granted large estates in the baronies of Middlethird and Gaultiere, county Waterfo...
Sadleir, Thomas U. The county of Waterford, 1775: principal gentry. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Cavendish (Waterpark) This family was descended from Henry Cavendish, a natural son of Henry Cavendish (died 1616), elder...
Sadleir, Thomas U. The county of Waterford, 1775: principal gentry. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Keily Morris notes that the Keilys appear as a gentry family in west Waterford in the early eighteenth ce...
Sadleir, Thomas U. The county of Waterford, 1775: principal gentry. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Gumbleton The Gumbletons of counties Cork and Waterford are descended from the Gomeledon family of Kent. Richa...
Sadleir, Thomas U. The county of Waterford, 1775: principal gentry. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Jackson (Ahanesk) This family was settled at Ballyduff and Glanbeg, county Waterford by the end of the 17th century....
Sadleir, Thomas U. The county of Waterford, 1775: principal gentry. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Musgrave (Waterford) Burke states that the Musgraves were originally descended from a Yorkshire family. The first Richard...
Sadleir, Thomas U. The county of Waterford, 1775: principal gentry. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Moore (Moorehill & Sapperton) In 1851 William Moore was among the principal lessors in the parish of Kilwatermoy, barony of Coshmo...
Sadleir, Thomas U. The county of Waterford, 1775: principal gentry. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. O'Dell (Waterford) Edward O'Dell of Carriglea, Dungarvan, was the owner of over 3000 acres in county Waterford in the 1...
Sadleir, Thomas U. The county of Waterford, 1775: principal gentry. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Browning (Cos Waterford & Limerick) The Brownings were a Gloucestershire family who settled in county Waterford in the late 17th century...
Sadleir, Thomas U. The county of Waterford, 1775: principal gentry. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Keane (Cappoquin) According to family sources, the Keanes have held this property since the seventeenth century when G...
Sadleir, Thomas U. The county of Waterford, 1775: principal gentry. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Greene (Cos Tipperary & Waterford) Godfrey Greene was granted 541 acres at Mooretown-Keating, Knocknangle and Rathmore, barony of Iffa...
Sadleir, Thomas U. The county of Waterford, 1775: principal gentry. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Fortescue Local sources suggest that the Fortescue interest in Waterford began with Edmund Fortescue of London...
Sadleir, Thomas U. The county of Waterford, 1775: principal gentry. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Walsh/Welsh (Decies) "Astle" Walsh was among the principal lessors in the parish of Ardmore, county Waterford at the tim...
Sadleir, Thomas U. The county of Waterford, 1775: principal gentry. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Usher/Ussher (Cappagh & Camphire, Co Waterford) Beverly Usher was granted 1,295 acres in the barony of Imokilly, county Cork in 1667. Sadleir refer...
Sadleir, Thomas U. The county of Waterford, 1775: principal gentry. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Coghlan/Coglane (Waterford) W.C. Coghlan of Dromina owned almost 400 acres in county Waterford in the 1870s while J.D. Coghlan...
Sadleir, Thomas U. The county of Waterford, 1775: principal gentry. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Bagge (Waterford) Historical sources suggest the Bagge family descended from John Bagge who settled in Waterford somet...
Sadlier, T.U. The county of Waterford, 1775. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Boate Referring to 1775, Sadleir notes George Boate of Duckspool, as among of the Waterford gentry at the...
Sadlier, T.U. The county of Waterford, 1775. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. McGuire/McGwire (Clonea) Burke states that the Clonea branch of this family is descended from the ancient family of McGuire o...
Sadlier, T.U. The county of Waterford, 1775. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Sherlock (Waterford) Paul Sherlock was granted large estates in the baronies of Middlethird and Gaultiere, county Waterfo...
Sadlier, T.U. The county of Waterford, 1775. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Wall (Dysert) Gallway states that the Wall family had held property in the neighbourhood of Coolnamuck, barony of...
Sadlier, T.U. The county of Waterford, 1775. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Power (Gurteen) A family decended from the Poer family established in county Waterford in the 12th century and who h...
Sadlier, T.U. The county of Waterford, 1775. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Pomeroy (Viscount Harberton) Rev. Arthur Pomeroy came to Ireland in the late seventeenth century and obtained the deanery of Cork...
Sadlier, T.U. The county of Waterford, 1775. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Rous Dr Malcomson writes that Juliana Warter Wilson, daughter of Edward Wilson of Bilboa, county Limerick...
Sadlier, T.U. The county of Waterford, 1775. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Carew (Castleboro & Woodstown) The Carews were established as landowners in counties Wexford and Waterford since the seventeenth ce...
Sadlier, T.U. The county of Waterford, 1775. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Power (Clashmore) Richard Power, of Clashmore House, was MP for Waterford in the early nineteenth century. His heiress...
Sadlier, T.U. The county of Waterford, 1775. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Christmas Thomas Christmas was granted land in county Waterford in 1666. His descendants lived at Whitfield C...
Sadlier, T.U. The county of Waterford, 1775. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Dobbyn Morris states that the Dobbyns were a family of great antiquity in Waterford. Grogan notes that clai...
Sadlier, T.U. The county of Waterford, 1775. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Newport The Newport family were influential in both the commerical and political life of the city of Waterfo...
Sadlier, T.U. The county of Waterford, 1775. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Humble/Nugent Humble Sir John Nugent Humble was among the principal lessors in the parishes of Dungarvan and KIlgobnet, b...
Sadlier, T.U. The county of Waterford, 1775. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Bolton (Waterford) Captain William Bolton was granted lands formerly owned by the Aylwards at Faithlegg in county Water...
Sadlier, T.U. The county of Waterford, 1775. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Kennedy (Waterford) Burke indicates that this family's association with Waterford stems from its descent from the family...
Sadlier, T.U. The county of Waterford, 1775. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Power O'Shee (Gardenmorris) The Shees were a Kilkenny family of ancient lineage who married into a number of other significant l...
Sadlier, T.U. The county of Waterford, 1775. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Duckett (Waterford) The Ducketts had held estates in the barony of Middlethird since the later seventeenth century, most...
Sadlier, T.U. The county of Waterford, 1775. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. English Morris notes that Andrew English, of Mothel parish, married Susanna Musgrave, daugher of Richard Mus...
Sadlier, T.U. The county of Waterford, 1775. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Bernard According to Burke, the first Francis Bernard settled in Ireland around the time of Elizabeth I. In...
Sadlier, T.U. The county of Waterford, 1775. XVI (1913), pp.49-55. Morris (Waterford) In the 1870s George Wall Morris owned over 1000 acres in county Kilkenny and a small amount of land...