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Reference Source

SMITH, Charles. ''The ancient and present state of the county and city of Waterford''. Third edition edited by Donald Brady. Wateford : Waterford County Council, 2008.

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Estate Records Citing this Source

Found 49 estate records citing this source.

Reference Estate Name Estate Description
34 (Norrisland), 289-292 (Valentine Greatrakes) Greatrakes An English Protestant landed family who had settled in Waterford in the 1580s, they were associated...
33 (Ballyin) Musgrave (Waterford) Burke states that the Musgraves were originally descended from a Yorkshire family. The first Richard...
48 (Ballyntaylor), 49 (Cappa) Usher/Ussher (Cappagh & Camphire, Co Waterford) Beverly Usher was granted 1,295 acres in the barony of Imokilly, county Cork in 1667. Sadleir refer...
48 (Ballntaylor), 49 (Ballylemon), 75 (Tickencore) Osborne (Newtown Anner & Beechwood) The Osbornes were established in county Waterford from the early 17th century and were granted lands...
34 (Toureen) Nettles Originally from Herefordshire, John Nettles settled in county Waterford in the mid 17th century. He...
37 (Headborough) Smyth (Headborough) The Smyths were established in conty Waterford since Elizabethan times. This branch was descended fr...
39 (Ballynatray) Smyth (Ballynatray) The Smyths were settled in county Waterford from Elizabethan times. In the 17th century Richard Smy...
44 (Loughtane) Ronayne (Cork & Waterford) The Ronayne family were located in county Cork from at least the early 17th century. Philip Ronayne...
44 (Pilltown) Walsh/Welsh (Decies) "Astle" Walsh was among the principal lessors in the parish of Ardmore, county Waterford at the tim...
44 (Prospect Hall) Bernard According to Burke, the first Francis Bernard settled in Ireland around the time of Elizabeth I. In...
45 (Clashmore) Power (Clashmore) Richard Power, of Clashmore House, was MP for Waterford in the early nineteenth century. His heiress...
45 (Ballynamultina) Mansfield (Rathgormuck) Walter Henry Mansfield was among the principal lessors in the parish of Rathgormuck at the time of G...
46 (Dromana) Villiers Stuart/Stuart (de Decies) The introduction to the Public Record Office Northern Ireland list of the Villiers Stuart papers sta...
49 (Mount Odell) O'Dell (Waterford) Edward O'Dell of Carriglea, Dungarvan, was the owner of over 3000 acres in county Waterford in the 1...
59 (Clonkeskeran) Humble/Nugent Humble Sir John Nugent Humble was among the principal lessors in the parishes of Dungarvan and KIlgobnet, b...
62 (Wood-House) Uniacke ''Burke's Irish Family Records'' gives a very detailed genealogy of this family, established in the...
64 (Whitfieldstown) Christmas Thomas Christmas was granted land in county Waterford in 1666. His descendants lived at Whitfield C...
64 (Whitfieldstown), 68 (Ballynakill) Dobbyn Morris states that the Dobbyns were a family of great antiquity in Waterford. Grogan notes that clai...
68 (Ballinamona) Carew (Ballinamona) This branch of the Carew family descend from the family established at Castleboro, county Wexford. R...
68 (Williamstown) Fitzgerald/Purcell Fitzgerald (Little Island) This family claimed ancient ties with the original Fitzgeralds who came to Ireland in the twelfth ce...
70 (Faithlock) Bolton (Waterford) Captain William Bolton was granted lands formerly owned by the Aylwards at Faithlegg in county Water...
70 (Nymph Hall) Mason (Waterford) Sir John Mason was a powerful figure in Waterford politics in the late seventeenth and early eightee...
71 (Somerville) Wyse (Middlethird) The Wyse family had been associated with Waterford since Norman times. Depending on political events...
71 (Gardenmorris) Power O'Shee (Gardenmorris) The Shees were a Kilkenny family of ancient lineage who married into a number of other significant l...
71 (Carrig Castle) Anthony Gallwey notes that the Anthony family became associated with the properties at Carrigcastle and Seaf...
74 (Mayfield) May (County Waterford) According to Morris the Mays were originally a Sussex family who came to Ireland in the early sevent...
72-73 (Curraghmore) Beresford/Le Poer Beresford The Beresford family, Marquis of Waterford and Viscount Tyrone, owned land in various parts of Irela...
33 (Glanbeg) Jackson (Ahanesk) This family was settled at Ballyduff and Glanbeg, county Waterford by the end of the 17th century....
74 (Coolnamucky) Wall (Dysert) Gallway states that the Wall family had held property in the neighbourhood of Coolnamuck, barony of...
75 (Churchtown) Disney (County Waterford) Originally from Lincolnshire, the Disneys were granted lands in counties Louth, Waterford and Westme...
BRADY, Donald. Appendix III, houses mentioned by Smith. p 305. Coghlan/Coglane (Waterford) W.C. Coghlan of Dromina owned almost 400 acres in county Waterford in the 1870s while J.D. Coghlan...
BRADY, Donald. Appendix III, houses mentioned by Smith. p 305. Greatrakes An English Protestant landed family who had settled in Waterford in the 1580s, they were associated...
BRADY, Donald. Appendix III, houses mentioned by Smith. p 305, 307 Cavendish In 1753 the Cavendish family, Dukes of Devonshire, inherited the Lismore estate, mainly located in c...
BRADY, Donald. Appendix III, houses mentioned by Smith. p 305. Foley (Lismore) Several members of the Foley family owned property in the Lismore area in the 1870s. In July 1875 ov...
BRADY, Donald. Appendix III, houses mentioned by Smith. p 305. Anthony Gallwey notes that the Anthony family became associated with the properties at Carrigcastle and Seaf...
BRADY, Donald. Appendix III, houses mentioned by Smith. p 305. Dobbyn Morris states that the Dobbyns were a family of great antiquity in Waterford. Grogan notes that clai...
BRADY, Donald. Appendix III, houses mentioned by Smith. p 305. Campion Hajba writes that the first Thomas Campion of Leitrim, county Cork, was a Cromwellian settler who be...
BRADY, Donald. Appendix III, houses mentioned by Smith. p 305. Carew (Ballinamona) This branch of the Carew family descend from the family established at Castleboro, county Wexford. R...
BRADY, Donald. Appendix III, houses mentioned by Smith. p 305. Smyth (Ballynatray) The Smyths were settled in county Waterford from Elizabethan times. In the 17th century Richard Smy...
BRADY, Donald. Appendix III, houses mentioned by Smith. p 306. Usher/Ussher (Cappagh & Camphire, Co Waterford) Beverly Usher was granted 1,295 acres in the barony of Imokilly, county Cork in 1667. Sadleir refer...
BRADY, Donald. Appendix III, houses mentioned by Smith. p 306. Disney (County Waterford) Originally from Lincolnshire, the Disneys were granted lands in counties Louth, Waterford and Westme...
BRADY, Donald. Appendix III, houses mentioned by Smith. p 306. Wall (Dysert) Gallway states that the Wall family had held property in the neighbourhood of Coolnamuck, barony of...
BRADY, Donald. Appendix III, houses mentioned by Smith. p 306. Beresford/Le Poer Beresford The Beresford family, Marquis of Waterford and Viscount Tyrone, owned land in various parts of Irela...
BRADY, Donald. Appendix III, houses mentioned by Smith. p 306. Villiers Stuart/Stuart (de Decies) The introduction to the Public Record Office Northern Ireland list of the Villiers Stuart papers sta...
BRADY, Donald. Appendix III, houses mentioned by Smith. p 306. Power O'Shee (Gardenmorris) The Shees were a Kilkenny family of ancient lineage who married into a number of other significant l...
BRADY, Donald. Appendix III, houses mentioned by Smith. p 306. Jackson (Ahanesk) This family was settled at Ballyduff and Glanbeg, county Waterford by the end of the 17th century....
BRADY, Donald. Appendix III, houses mentioned by Smith. p 306. Anderson (Grace Dieu) In the 1870s Thomas William Anderson of Grace Dieu Lodge, county Waterford, owned 836 acres in count...
BRADY, Donald. Appendix III, houses mentioned by Smith. p 306. Smyth (Headborough) The Smyths were established in conty Waterford since Elizabethan times. This branch was descended fr...
BRADY, Donald. Appendix III, houses mentioned by Smith. p 307. Greene (Cos Tipperary & Waterford) Godfrey Greene was granted 541 acres at Mooretown-Keating, Knocknangle and Rathmore, barony of Iffa...