Landed Estates
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Reference Source

BURKE, Sir Bernard. ''A genealogical and heraldic history of the Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage''. London: Harrison & Sons, 1886

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Estate Records Citing this Source

Found 121 estate records citing this source.

Reference Estate Name Estate Description
1361-1362 Mostyn George Charles Mostyn, 6th Lord Vaux, bought Derryloughan East, West and South, parish of Burrishool...
1033-1036 O'Donel Some of the O'Donnells of Ulster settled in county Mayo in the 17th century, initially in the Ballyc...
204-205 Brassey Thomas Brassey bought 2,592 acres on Achill island, barony of Burrishoole, county Mayo, part of the...
422 Domvile The Domviles bought the county Mayo estate of the Trench family of Heywood, ,Queen's County [county...
1224-1225 Naper/Napper In 1700 James Naper of Drewstown, county Meath, in partnership with Thomas Smith, bought the Ross es...
835 Lighton At the time of Griffith's Valuation the Reverend Sir Christopher Lighton held 4 townlands in the par...
416 Digby (Aran) The Aran Islands comprised three parishes: Inisheer, Inishmaan and Inishmore, all in the barony of A...
340-341 Crampton Members of the Crampton family were rectors of the parishes of Headford on the border between counti...
619-620 Griffith (Dunmore) William Downes Griffith, a barrister and agent to Sir George Shee at Dunmore, held four townlands in...
1288-1289 Campbell Lord Campbell gained possession of the Moycullen and West Barna estates of Andrew Henry Lynch in the...
1481 Fitzgerald/Vesey Fitzgerald Catherine Vesey Fitzgerald was elevated to the peerage of Ireland as Baroness Fitzgerald and Vesey i...
340-341 (Crampton) Kirwan (Castlehacket) In the 16th century the Castlehacket and Cahermorris estates near Tuam in county Galway belonged to...
202-203 Burke (Glinsk) Ulick Burke of Glinsk, parish of Ballynakill, barony of Ballymoe, county Galway, was created a baron...
594-595 Gore (Baronet) In the mid 1850s Sir St George Gore, 8th Baronet, held at least 15 townlands in the parishes of Boyo...
202-203 Burke (Keeloges) The Burkes of Keeloges were a junior branch of the Burkes of Glinsk, county Galway. William Burke o...
1327-1329 Roper (Sussex) In the 1870s the representatives of Sir Henry Roper, [of Stoke House, Sussex], Chief Justice at Bomb...
1074-1076 Drummond George Drummond, Earl of Perth and Duke de Melfort, held land in the parish and barony of Dunmore, c...
401-403 Dering George Edward Dering of Lockleys, Hertfordshire, inherited the Dunmore, county Galway estate of his...
164-165 Bradstreet Sir John Bradstreet of Clonsilla, county Dublin, great grandson of Bridget Netterville, inherited pa...
1277-1278 Stewart (County Tyrone) Sir John Marcus Stewart, of Ballygawley, county Tyrone, is recorded as the owner of over 600 acres i...
1274-1275 Stewart (Dublin) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Henry Hutchinson Stewart (1798-1879) held land in the parish of...
1311-1312 Synge (Roscommon & Galway) Edward Synge became bishop of Elphin in 1740 and was the owner of estates in counties Roscommon and...
626-627 Gunning Plunkett The Gunnings were an English family who settled at Castlecoote in county Roscommon in the 17th centu...
626-627 Gunning (Horton) A family who came to Ireland in the early 17th century and settled in county Roscommon. From about t...
321-322 Coote The Coote family settled in Queen's county (county Laois) in the early 17th century and the head of...
1180-1181 St George (Cam) In 1703 Henry St George of Athlone purchased lands in the baronies of Athlone and Moycarn, county Ro...
723-725 Borough At the time of Griffith's Valuation Sir Edward Richard Borough baronet held the townland of Carrick,...
1543 Johnson (Ballymoe) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Sir William 'Johnston' , Member of Parliament for Belfast in 184...
65-66 Somerville (Mount Nugent) A junior branch of the Somerville family of county Meath, Barons Athlumney, had an estate in countie...
602-603 Grace The Mantua estate in county Roscommon came into Grace ownership in the 18th century through the marr...
316-317 Conroy Descended from the Gaelic family of O'Mulconry of county Roscommon, this branch of the Conroy family...
530-531 Fetherston Francis Fetherston was the owner of over 200 acres in county Leitrim in the 1870s with substantial e...
705 Hodson/Hutson/Hudson A family descended from Bishop John Hodson of Elphin and closely connected to the Hodson family of H...
1126-1127 Jones (Roscommon) The Jones family were resident in county Westmeath in the 17th century. Richard Jones 3rd Viscount...
1060-1061 Palmer The Palmer family held extensive estates in counties Mayo and Sligo, some of which they were granted...
1349-1351 Barnewall In 1677 Lord Trimblestown was granted land in the barony of Tiaquin, county Galway. Papers in the Na...
263 Chapman Sir Benjamin and William Chapman, two members of the Chapman family of Killua Castle, county Westmea...
1381-1382 Waller (Newport) The first Waller came to Ireland as a soldier in Cromwell's army. Branches of the family settled at...
911-913 Bourke (Oory) A branch of the Bourkes of Moneycrower or Bunacrower, later Earls of Mayo, settled at Oory [also spe...
792-793 Butler (Roscommon) Humphrey Butler is recorded as one of the principal lessors in the parish of Kilnamanagh, barony of...
830 (Leven) Ball William S. Ball of Abbeylara, county Longford, held 2 townlands in the parish of Dunmore, barony of...
258-260 (Cave baronet) Clarke (Dunmore) In the mid 1850s Courtney K. Clark held land in the parishes of Addergoole and Liskeevy, barony of D...
38 White (Cloone Grange) Samuel White, son of Luke White of Luttrelstown, county Dublin, was MP for Leitrim and resided at Ki...
439-440 (Marquess of Drogheda), 850-852 (Marquess of Londonderry) Stewart (Co Clare) The Stewart and Vandeleur families were related through their descent from two daughters of Charles...
1151 Roche (Carass) George Roche was Mayor of Limerick at the beginning of the 18th century and also represented the cit...
624 O'Grady (Lismoyle) The O’Gradys were established in the Kilballyowen locality of county Limerick, from at least medieva...
539 Fitzgerald (Shepperton) A junior branch of the Fitzgerald family of Carrigoran, county Clare, Charles Fitzgerald was the thi...
248-249 Butler (Carrick) In July 1677 Pierce Butler and his wife Ellice were granted 648 acres in the barony of Bunratty, cou...
1365-1366 De Vere This family were descended from Vere Hunt, a Cromwellian soldier who was granted land in county Lime...
263-266 Caulfeild (Copsewood) Major General James Caulfeild (1786-1852) was a younger son of John Caulfeild, Archdeacon of Kilmore...
1096-1099 Bentinck/Bentick In the 1870s A.H.F.C. Bentick of the Carlton Club, London, is recorded as owning 1,509 acres in coun...
286-287 Massey (Elm Park) The Lords Clarina are descended from Eyre Massey, sixth son of Hugh Massy of Duntrileague, county Li...
195-196 Grenville In 1775 George Grenville, (created 1st Marquess of Buckingham in 1784), married Lady Mary Elizabeth...
1095-1096 Damer/Dawson Damer The Damer family, who held estates in Dorset and Somerset, supported Cromwell and, after the Restora...
236-237 Evans/Evans-Freke John Evans, of Welsh descent, settled in the city of Limerick in the early 17th century. In 1666 Geo...
536-537 Fitzgerald John David Fitzgerald of Dublin was the son of David Fitzgerald, a Dublin merchant. He was Member o...
1388 Warren (Ballinruane) At the time of Griffith's Valuation the Warren estate was in the parishes of Ballingarry and Kilmeed...
1551 Maxwell (Dysert) In the 1870s Lady Maxwell of 59 Stanhope Gardens, London owned 1,106 acres in county Clare. She was...
733, 1311 Synge (Dysert) The Synges held lands in the parish of Dysert, county Clare, from the mid 18th century when Nicholas...
793 Rowley (Co Limerick) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Lady Langford held a large estate in county Limerick mainly in t...
321-322 Coote (Ash Hill & Bearforest) The Cootes of Ash Hill and Mount Coote, county Limerick, were descended from a younger brother of Si...
1147-1148 Roberts (Britfieldstown) A family settled in county Cork from the early 17th century, Francis Roberts was granted Britfieldst...
397-398 Bateson Thomas Bateson, from Lancashire, bought land in county Down in the mid 18th century and settled ther...
135-136 Blakiston The Blakistons were merchants of London, Matthew Blakiston was knighted in 1759, served as Mayor of...
374 (Darell) Tierney Edward Tierney (1780-1856) was Crown Solicitor of the North West circuit. His brother, Sir Matthew...
482-484 Perceval In 1666 and 1668 Sir Philip Percevall was granted large estates in county Cork and over 1,000 acres...
1548 (MacCormac) Langley (Co Cork) This family appear to be a branch of the county Tipperary Langleys, Hajba writes that the Langleys o...
538 Fitzgerald (Castle Ishen) Burke indicates that this family assumed a baronetcy on the basis of their descent from the Fitzger...
457-458 Quin/Wyndham-Quin Thady Quin (1645-1726) of Adare, county Limerick, had two sons from whom descend the Earls of Dunrav...
132-133 Blackwood Sir Henry Blackwood held property in the parish of Killiney, barony of Corkaguiny, at the time of Gr...
59 Flower The Flower family were settled at Durrow in county Kilkenny by the end of the 17th century. Henry F...
730-733 Moore/Crosbie Moore (Mooresfort) At the time of Griffith's Valuation Maurice Crosbie Moore held an estate in the parish of Grean, ba...
329-330 Cotter A family, possibly of Danish origin, who were settled in county Cork from at least the 16th century....
1082-1083 Pigott (Chetwynd & Knapton) A family originally from Shropshire, who settled in county Laois in the 16th century. Alexander Pig...
590 Goold (Old Court) The Golds/Goolds were an old family associated with the city of Cork. George Goold was established...
6-7 Abercromby This Scottish family were located in Banffshire. In 1886 their seats were recorded as Forglen House...
1016-1017 Jephson-Norreys (Mallow Castle) Following the Desmond Rebellion in the 16th century, Mallow Castle was granted to Sir John Norreys,...
975-976 Moore (Moorepark) In the late 17th century Stephen Moore purchased the Kilworth estate in county Cork. In the 1940s l...
288 Clarke (Carrigtohill) Descended from a merchant family of Cork city, William Clarke was created a baronet in 1804 in recog...
177 Supple (Aghadoe) The Supple family were said to be descended from the De Capells of county Cork and they were related...
702 Hoare (Factory Hill) This family descend from Robert Hoare, fourth son of Edward Hoare of Dunkettle, county Cork, a banke...
584 (Godfrey) Frankland The Franklands appear to have been resident at Ashgrove, county Cork, from at least the mid 18th cen...
526-527 Roche (Rochemount) This branch of the Roche family of county Cork was descended from Edmond, second son of Edward Roche...
352 Crofton (Co Cork) Hussey de Burgh notes Rev. H.W. Crofton as the owner of over 700 acres in county Cork in the 1870s w...
962 Moore (Ross Carbery) Emanuel Moore was created a baronet in 1681. He had been granted 336 acres in 1667 and 218 acres in...
38-40 Annesley/Grove Annesley (Annes Grove) A junior branch of the Annesley family which bore the titles Viscount Glerawly and Earl of Annesley,...
1395-1397 Cavendish (Waterpark) This family was descended from Henry Cavendish, a natural son of Henry Cavendish (died 1616), elder...
1054-1055 Osborne (Newtown Anner & Beechwood) The Osbornes were established in county Waterford from the early 17th century and were granted lands...
270-271 Chetwynd/Chetwind William Chetwind of Portarlington is recorded as owning 1,010 acres in county Limerick in the 1870s....
401-403 (Dering) Deeds The Reverend Julius Deeds, and Miss Neville, Marden Vicarage, Steeplehurst, Kent owned 1,595 acres i...
236-237 Evans (Ash Hill Towers) A branch of the Evans family, Barons Carberys, descended from Thomas Evans of Miltown Castle, county...
538-539 Fitzgerald (Lisheen) The Fitzgerald estate of Corkbeg and Lisquinlan, county Cork, was inherited by the Uniacke family in...
845-846 O'Callaghan Cornelius O'Callaghan, a lawyer in the early 18th century, married Marie Jolley. Their grandson, al...
759 Kellett (Clonacody) Burke's Peerage records the purchase of lands in county Tipperary by the Kellett family at the begin...
1103-1104 Power (Kilfane & Glencairn Abbey) Sir John Power of Kilfane, county Kilkenny, was the son of John Power of Tullamaine Castle, county T...
1029 Nugent/O'Reilly Nugent The O'Reilly family were established at Ballinlough Castle, Delvin, county Westmeath from the 17th c...
598-599 Prendergast (Gort) The Prendergast family were granted lands which had belonged to the O'Shaughnessys including the are...
598-599 Prendergast (Co Tipperary) This family was originally established at Newcastle, county Tipperary, but they were dispossessed of...
373 Dancer Sir Thomas Dancer, an alderman and Mayor of Waterford city, was created a baronet in 1662. In 1668 h...
504 Errington This family was originally from York in the north of England. In 1838, Michael Errington [born 1801...
508-510 Esmonde (Ballynastragh) The Esmonde family were established at Ballynastragh, near Gorey, county Wexford, from the mid 17th...
570-571 Gallwey In the 1870s Sir William Gallwey 2nd Baronet of Thirkleby Park, Yorkshire, is recorded as owning 712...
943 Leeson In the 1870s the Countess of Milltown, Blessington, county Wicklow, owned 1,210 acres in county Tipp...
1032 O'Brien (Tinnekilly) Timothy O'Brien was created a baronet in 1849. He was the son of Timothy O'Brien of county Tipperar...
929 Savile In the 1870s Captain William Saville of Wye, Kent, England, owned 748 acres in county Tipperary. He...
1219-1220 Shaw (Bushy Park) In the mid 19th century Sir Robert Shaw held land in the parish of Ballingarry, barony of Slievardag...
1151-1153 Jocelyn The Jocelyn family held land in county Tipperary in the mid 18th century. Robert Jocelyn was the Lor...
1219-1220 Shaw (Monkstown Castle) Bernard Robert Shaw (1801-1880) of Monkstown Castle, county Cork, was the son of Bernard Shaw, Colle...
1303 Sullivan (Mallow) In the 1870s the Right Honourable Edward Sullivan of Dublin owned 512 acres in county Cork. He was...
1311-1312 Synge (Lislee) Sir Edward Synge was the owner of over 1000 acres in county Cork in the 1870s. He was the lessor of...
1549 Mackey The Appendix to the 34th Report of the Commissioners of Her Majesty's Woods, Forests and Land Revenu...
1569 Whiteway In the 1870s Christopher Vallance Whiteway of Kinsale, county Cork, owned 1,117 acres in that county...
526-527 (Roche) Webb (Cork) John Webb, son of John Webb, a Cork merchant, entered Trinity College, Dublin, in 1788, aged 17 and...
723-724 Barfoot Peter and Henrietta Barfoot were major lessors of property in the barony of Aran at the time of Grif...
323 Cope The Cope family had estates in Oxfordshire, Hampshire, Staffordshire, Gloucestershire and Ireland. A...