Landed Estates
NUI Galway
Reference Source

MATTHEW, H.C.G. and HARRISON, Brian (eds). ''Oxford Dictionary of National Biography''. Oxford: University Press, 2004

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Estate Records Citing this Source

Found 22 estate records citing this source.

Reference Estate Name Estate Description
867-868 Richey In the mid 19th century Alexander George Richey, historian and author of books on land law, held an...
391-392 Vesey In December 1698 John Vesey, Archbishop of Tuam from 1679 to 1716, bought almost 750 acres in the Ho...
XLI, 626-629 O'Hara The estates of the Barons Tyrawley were in the baronies of Gallen and Tirawley, county Mayo and incl...
IV, 407 & 438 Baxter In 1853 Edward Baxter of Dundee, Scotland, a brother of Sir David Baxter of Baxter Brothers, bought...
XXXV, 302-304 McDonnell (Palmfield) The Statistical Survey of county Mayo records Myles McDonnell of Cloonmore, barony of Costello, as a...
50-51 Smith/Leigh Smith B. Leigh Smith is recorded as the owner of almost 3,000 acres in county Galway in the 1870s. This ma...
LV, 292-293 Trench (Heywood) The Trenchs of Garbally, county Galway, from whom the Heywood, county Laois branch are descended, bo...
Roderic J. O'Conor. XLI, 477-478 O'Conor (Milltown/Milton) The O'Conors of Milltown, barony of Castlereagh, county Roscommon, share a common ancestry with the...
O'Conor entries. XLI, 471-475 O'Conor Don The O'Conor Don ancestral lands were in County Roscommon centred on Clonalis House near Castlerea....
Sir Nicholas Roderick O'Conor. XLI, 475-477 O'Conor (Dundermot) A branch of the O'Conor Don family who resided at Dundermot for 2 generations in the 19th century. I...
J. K. Laughton, ‘Rowley, Sir Josias, baronet (1765–1842)’, rev. Andrew Lambert, Rowley (Co Leitrim) The Rowley family inherited the Campbell estate at Mountcampbell through the marriage, in 1766, of C...
XXXI, 357-358 Keogh (Keoghville) The Keoghs were large landowners in county Roscommon before the Acts of Settlement when they lost mu...
XXXI, 358 Keon McParlan records that a member of the Keon family, a minor, was a non-resident proprietor in Leitri...
XXXVIII, 194-195, 211 Miller (Ballycaseymore) A Scottish family who were settled in the parish of Drumline, barony of Bunratty Lower, county Clare...
669-670 Wilton Brian Ó Dálaigh speculates that the Ievers may have sold the townlands of Mountievers, Clogga and Ba...
XIX, 854 Fitzgerald (Horsham) Sir William Robert Seymour Vesey-FitzGerald (1818 – 1885) was a British politician, Member of Parlia...
XLIII, 445-448 Peile/Piele W.T. Piele of St John's Wood Park, Hampstead, is recorded as owning 1,669 acres in county Limerick i...
42 & 46 Anderson (Fermoy) Hajba writes that John Anderson was a Scottish entrepreneur who came to Cork in 1780. He was a merc...
XLIV, 283 Pigot (Park) David Richard Pigot was the only son of Dr John Pigot of Kilworth, county Cork and his wife Margaret...
XLVIII, 365 Russell (Ballydavid) The Russells appear to have been resident at Ballydavid, Littleton, county Tipperary from the early...
LVI, 761-762 (John Walcott & Rev Mackensie E.C. Walcott) Walcott (Croagh) Captain Thomas Wallcott was granted lands close to the city of Limerick by patent dated 1667. This...
J. K. Laughton, ‘Robinson, Hercules (1789–1864)’, rev. Andrew Lambert, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004 [http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/23843, accessed 7 Aug 2013. Robinson (Kilconnell) The estate of Admiral Hercules Robinson and his wife Frances Elizabeth was offered for sale in the E...