Thomas Moland"s Survey of County Clare 1703

A Book of Reference To The Survey of The Estate of The Right Honourable Henry Earl of Thomond In the Kingdom of Ireland.

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Thomas Moland's Survey of County Clare A Book of Reference To The Survey of The Estate of The Right Honourable Henry Earl of Thomond In the Kingdom of Ireland.

There's no description for this book. His lands were sold in consequence, by the Chichester House Commissioners into Thomas St. John of Ballymulcashel, Esq., for £ See Book of Sales in Library of King’s Inns, Dublin.

In the abstracts of grants under the Acts of Explanation and Settlement, Peter Crainsborough is described as of “Waterford, gent.; son of Marcus. Thomas Moland surveyed the Earl of Thomond's estate, which included large tracts of land in Clare, in and The Tithe Applotment Books (s) and Griffith's Valuation (), similarly, give information on land holding in the 19th Century.

Lowe John ed () Letter-book of the Earl of Clanricarde, Irish Manuscripts Commission, Dublin. Madden, Gerard () History of the O’Maddens of Hy-Many. East Clare Heritage, Co. Clare. 23o 7bris Margrett Percy late of kilcrasny in the parish of Glanororte & with in the County. Books of Survey And Distribution Includes abstracts of various surveys and instruments from title volume IV, county of Clare.

Certified extract from the ‘Book of Survey and Distribution – Co. Clare concerning Cloundrelaw Barony, 1 document: Certified copy () of indenture of composition (Aug.

) between the Crown and Donnoghe, Earl of Thomond, on lands in Thomond. 2 documents: An illustration of an open book. Books.

An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Full text of "The history and topography of the county of Clare, from the earliest times to the beginning of the 18th century".

The Normans then invaded the area and the land was granted to Thomas de Clare, who never gained control of the area. The English established the county boundaries in the sixteenth century.

Initially, Clare was part of Connaught and it became part of Munster in Notes on the Parishes of Kilmurry McMahon and Killofin Co. Clare, and Tombstone inscriptions from Kilrush: Dublin E.J. McAuliffe National Library of Ireland Ir p: Ennistymon Parish Magazine: Ennistymon Old Ennistymon Society: Clare County Library CeColl LSC Pairtin Parteen centenary book: Parteen the Club The Moland Survey of describes Kilrush as "distant from Limerick 32 miles by land and 36 miles by water.

there is a bridge of stone over ye river, a very commodious haven for barks or small ships, a good conveniency of fishing which may be improved here considerably, the land is good for corn and the situation of this town makes it capable of improvement".

Books of Survey and Distribution: being abstracts of various surveys and instruments of title, –, vol. IV County of Clare. Introductions by R. Simington, Index of persons, places and subjects by Breandan Mac Giolla Choille. An illustration of an open book.

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An illustration of text ellipses. Mary Darcy was born ABT in County Clare, Ireland and died in Birregurra Vic Aust. Eileen Darcy was born in County Clare, Ireland and died in County Clare, Ireland iii.

Thomas Darcy was born ABT in County Clare, Ireland and died in Aust iv. County Clare Sign Lough Derg View Landscape, Co. Clare by George Campbell Stormy Coast, Co. Clare by Nathaniel Hone West End Hotel, Kilkee Lahinch, Co. Clare Most Popular Pages. 1 —Free Gravestone. Ó Dálaigh, Brian: Hugh Brigdall's description of County Clare,Coffey, Michael J.: Ejectment books: an unknown source for County Clare historians and genealogists, Moore, Michael: The archaeological survey of County Clare, Ua Cróinín, Risteárd: The Nihell Chalice, A.D., The Other Clare Volume 23 ().

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-- A work in progress). Convict transportation from the county pre was insignificant amounting to only 82 people, 9 of whom were females. Between and however Clare people were transported to NSW, principally for petty crime – stealing bread, butter, clothing. Thomas Moland surveyed the Earl of Thomond's estate, which included large tracts of land in Clare, in and The  Tithe Applotment Books  (s) and  Griffith's Valuation  (), similarly, give information on land holding in the 19th Century.

County Clare Name Registry In the body use this format: 1. your name 2. your email address 3. surname you are searching 4. Place in County Clare (townland and/or parish) 5. Emigrated To/Year (country, state or county) 6. your email address where someone can contact you.

I have found the Boru Vodka, King Boru of the McMahons of Thurmond, Clare County Ireland Vodka. Mathgamain mac Cennétig was King of Munster from around to his death in He is the elder brother of Brian Bóruma and the ancestor of the McMahon family of County Clare in Western Ireland (Thomond).

Pristine spring water, select Irish grain and a very, very tough reputation to g: Thomas Molands. Books of Survey and Distribution, Being Abstracts of Various Surveys and Instruments of Title,[County of Clare], pp, p John T.

Gilbert, (ed) The Manuscript of the Marquis of Ormonde, Vol.2, Historical Manuscripts Commission, London,p Thomas Rice Henn - (Paradise House - County Clare) The son of Thomas Rice Henn, the owner of Paradise House.

Born Dublin 2nd November He was educated at Windermere and at the Royal Military Academy in Woolwich He joined the Royal Engineers as a Lieutenant on 7th July From the story of WSB we are told that he was a land holder in County Clare.

He married Catherine Morgan and had a large family at the time of Cromwell's invasion in County Clare has an amazing library which has a significant amount of content available online. One of the database which is searchable is the Book of Forfeitures and.

The Family of Thomas Henderson and Helen Ley of County Kincardine, Scotland, and Washington County, Virginia. Typescript, Typescript, FHL Film Item 5. Eli Thomas (made deeds in Richmond County after ).

Elijah Thomas (made deeds in Richmond County after ) 7. Polly Thomas listed in deed book Eighth Generation Children of William (Ram Billy) Thomas are: 1. William Thomas, Jr.

(Silver Heel) born and died Served in North Carolina House Kerry Library, Local History & Archives Section: Irish Tourist Association Survey, Parish of Lixnaw (Old Court) King's Inn Library: Case of Thomas, Lord Kerry, v Henry Munroe, relating to lands at Knocklegane, parish of Duagh, county Kerry, House of Lords Mss.

IX (), Get this from a library. A history of County Clare. [Sean Spellissy] -- "The Clare we know today once formed part of the mighty kingdom of Thomond, whose renowned leader, Brian Boru, went on to become the only uncontested high king of Ireland.

Caught between the Norman. Thomas and Judith Clarye in September bought acres in Lower Chippoakes, Lawnes Creek Parish, Surry County. He was a cooper, making and repairing barrels and casks. Between and he witnessed several Surry County deeds, twice served on juries which "viewed a corpse and determined cause of death," and was a tithable (taxable.

1 Thomas Clarke Born: in Hertfordshire, England. 2 William Clarke Born: Abt. in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, England + Margaret Walker Born: in Hertfordshire, England Married: 22 January /70 in Fowlmere, England. 3 John Clarke Born: 26 March in Rotherhithe, Surrey, England Died: in Virginia + Mary Morton Born: Abt.

in Stepney, Middlesex, England Married: 18 February. Indeed, by the surname McInerney was the seventh most popular in County Clare, though it seems that its popularity sank over time as many of the family emigrated from Clare during the course of the 20th century.

Nonetheless, the name is well established in its historical homeland of Co Clare where it is still a well known local g: Thomas Molands. The Clare family is of Royal descent. Christopher Cleave (Clare) was a "subject in the colony at Jamestown," William Cleve (Clare) is named in the will of Giles Cory of Lynn, Massachusetts, Jas "son in law", and Thomas Hire (Hare) of Surry County, Virginia, in his Will, March 6,names Thomas & William Clare as his "grand-sons".thomas j.

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Formerly granted to Wm. Sawyer on 16 April for acres but no more to be found than above is expressed, and by said Sawyer sold to Mr. Benj Missing: Thomas Molands.