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1570 , Fiants — Elizabeth. 

recited leases. Rent ,£120 for S. Katherine’s, and £30 14s. iOd, 
for Mothell. Provided that he shall not alien without license 
under the great seal, and shall not charge coyne or livery or 
other unlawful impositions. — [20 Nov., xix,] (See Auditor 
General’s Patent Book, vol. 6, p. 44). 

29 39 (2588.) Livery (under commission 6 Aug. xvii.) to Robert, 
son and heir of Nich. Power, late of Kilmedane, gent. For a 
fine of 100 marks paid by Philip Williams under a grant of 
18 May xvii. ( See No. 2957.) Two membranes . — 20 Nov., xix. 

29 40 (2347.) Pardon to "Walter Butler, of Pouleston, eo. Kilkenny, 
gent., late sheriff of that county, Peter Butler, of same, gent, 
Wm. Butler fitz Tho., of Balleviclaghne, John Butler fitz Rich., 
of same, Theobald Butler fitz Rich., of same, Peter Baton fitz 
James, of Groinstown, Tho. Purcell, of Kilkerrill, and Morriertagh 

0 Rian fitz Ethn., of same, horsemen, Edm. duffe m‘Teige I 
Brenan, of Coanfile, Gerald Baton fitz Edm., of Groan, Per 
m’Donogho I Brenane, of Clonfeille, all in same co., Edm. 
m’David M'Gibbon, of same, John 0 Cahill, of Ralitarnsny, 
and Tho. fitz Rich. Butler, of Balliviolaglmi, same co., footmen, 
and David Rian fitz James of Bohirkdl, same co., horseman. 
Security as in 897. — 21 Nov., xix. 

2941 (2348.) Pardon to Cormac m’Teige, of Blarny, co. Cork, knt., 
late sheriff of that county, Owen O Soulyvan, of Dunkeran, 
same co., gent, Dermot O Soulyvan, of same, Boagh O Soulyvan, 
of same, and Thady m’Owen M'Oarthy, of Karrigfooke, same 
co., gentlemen, Francis Martell, of Corlce, merchant, J ames 
Lombarde fitz John, of same, Donogho oge m’Donoghe m’Mahone 

1 Gullayno, of Tymolegge, and James Lombarde, of Buttevante, 
gentlemen, Wm. m’Dermod 1 Ea, of Rathe, Thady m’Dermod 
M’Carthio, of Marahe, and Morriertagh m’Morrogho M’Shihi, 
of Knoclmemaroffe, same co., yeomen, Edm. m’ Morriertagh 
M’Shihi, of same, galloglas, Brian oge m’Brien M’Suyny of 
Oourtebralce, gent., Owen M’Auliffe, of Castell m’Aulifie, 
Dermod oge m’Dermod M’Fellemy, of Killiviedary, and Fynyn 
m’Dermod M’Fellemy, of same, yeomen, Dermot m’Teige 
M’Mahone, of Rove, gent., Tho. Comyn, of Blarny, horseman, 
John Comyn, Wm. Comyn, Wm. fitz Edm. I Morgho, Donald 
m'Edm. I Morrougho, Wm. m’Donough m’Shean I Morrougho, 
and Donald m’Donoughe m’Donill I Morrougho, of same, yeomen, 
Donill m’Owen M’Swyny, of Moghrompy, same co., Brian 
m’Owen M’Swyny, of Cwyltanevally, and Sheane O Forhaen, of 
same, galloglasses, Rich. Slabagh, of Blarney, Owen m’Donoghe 
m’Donill I Kyordan, of same, Donald m’Donoghe m’Teige I 
Riordan, of Moghrompy, Thady m’Dermod I Ryordan, of same, 
and David m’Donoghe I Colman, of Kylmoreumlam, yeomen, 
Tirrolagh m’Owen M’Swyny, of Faha, galloglas, Tirrelagh roe 
M’Conygan, of same, Kallahan m’Owny I Kallaghan, of Uamg- 
drohill, Kallaghan m’Donogho m’Kallaghan, of same, Tho. ^oge 
ra’Tho. m’Rory M’Craghe, of Lisfinni, co. Waterford, and Tho. 
m’Edm. Pouer, of Montroym, same co., yeomen, Wm. Gogan, 
of Bernehele, co. Cork, gent., Tho. O Sliilichan, mason, co. 
Tipperary, Rich. m’Daa oge Barrie, of Ballygarvan, co. Cork, 
horseman, Dermot m’Da I Colman, of same, Conoghor m’Dermod 
I Ryordan, of Moclirompy, Corke O Falve, of Clondrokid, and 
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of Downyn, galloglas, Teige O Gallavan, of Listiconoghor, Shean 
m'Donoghe I Brenan, of Dunkei-an, in said co., Oonoghor 
m'Donogho I Gallavan, of Listiconoghor, Conoglior oge 
m'Conoghor m'Shean I Morgko, of Cat-rig ny moke, same co., 
Tho. m'Morriertagh I Morglio, of Kilkrea, same co., yeoman, 
Donill m'Teige M'Morrougho, of Ballinbakig, same co., husband- 
man, Robert Malefonte, of Knockcullyn, horseman, Donogko 
roo O Longe, of Kanvoy, Dominick Meaglte fitz Gerrat, of 
Cork, and Dermod lietlie O Kwyn, of Ballenrosty, yeomen, 
James Walske fitz Nick., of Oorke, mariner, Donald m'Teige 
m‘Donogko I Kallagkan, of Bulkans, Conoghor m'Teige 
m'Donoughe, of same, Owen m'Teige m'Donoghe, of same, 
Dermod m‘Tho. oge O Hyalyhy, of Bally Conygan, Teige 
m'Owen brycke I Challagltan, of Gorte Donogky moyr, Donald 
m‘Owen M'Donill, of Ballyoran, Dermod m'Donell I Mahone, 
of Castelmakone, Donogko m'Owen M'Donill, of Ballioran, co. 
Cork, Teige oge 0 Boughan, of Coylagk, Dermod oge 0 Boughan, 
of same, Dermod m'Teige m'Dermod M'Cartliy, of Kylny- 
martirie, Dermod m'Donill I Ryordan, of Moglirompie, same 
co., and James fitz Redmond roo, of the Gerraldynes, in co. 
Waterford, yeomen. Security as in 897. — 21 Nov., xix. 

29 42 (2593.) Pardon to Rick. Gall fitz Perse, of Ballilaure, co. 
Kilkenny, korseman, John Brenagke fitz Rich., of Ballidavi, 
horseman, J ohn Panninge fitz Daved, of Ballinteisginde, Donougho 
leiagke M'Cosdigine, of Balliviclaglme, Patr. Purcell, of Kilmo- 
cakill, Rob. Fanntmgo fitz Rick., of Pouelston, all in same co., 
Rick. Shortall fitz J ohn, of Ballyunveala, Thndy O Noallan, of 
Ponerston, Robenet Purcell, of Dymynny, Morrougho 0 Treassa, 
of Pouleston, Dermod riaglte 0 Brenan, of Oownfoylly, Gilpatrick 
m'Donill dorogho I Brenan, of Confeyly, and Sltoan roe 0 Brenan, 
of same, footmen, James fitz Edm. roe of the Gerraldynes, of 
Gurtyns same co., and Edm. fitzTlio. of tkc Gorraldins, yeomen. 
At suit of Walter Butler, of Powleston, in consideration of bis 
good service wlien sheriff of Kilkenny. Security as in 897.— 21 
Nov., xix. 

29 43 (2547.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvii.) to Tho. Cliap- 
Eugiiuh. man ; of the rectory of Siddane, co. Meath, the tithes of Siddane, 
Rengerstone, Leirveg, I-Iowthestone, Crevagh, Miche Foleston, 
Corballie, Kyrane, New Rathe, S. John’s Rathe, Begerston, 
Little Eolestone, Monerum, and Lessynboyne, co. Meath, posses- 
sions of the monastery of Thomascourt. To hold for 21 years. 
Rent £29 8a., part in corn. Fine £60. — 21 Nov., xix. 

29 44 (2592.) Grant of English liberty to Donagh 0 Gawnan, of 
Killocia, co. Limerick, and his issue. — 26 Nov., xix. 

2945 (2451.) Commission to sir Harry Colye, lent., captain of 
English. Brymyghames country, co. Kildare ; to execute martial law in 
that country, as in 218. — 1 Dec,, xix. 

29 46 (2560.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 3 Dec., xvi) to Anthony 
English. Power, gent. ; of the rectory of Oughterrjirde, co. Kildare, parcel 
of the possessions of the abbey of S. Thomas the martyr, Dublin, 
also the rectories of Burnechurch and Bewper, co. Kilkenny, 
possessions of the monastery of Kelles, co. Kilkenny. To hold 
for 30 years from the determination of the interest of sir H. 
Radclyf, knt. Rent £18, part in porte corn, Not to alien 
without license. — 12 Dec., xix, 



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29 47 ( 2341.) Pardon to Tho. Moore, of Dublin, yeoman or shoe- 
maker. Security as in 897. Fine 26s. 8d. At tlie suit of 
Wm, Stobes, shoemaker. — 12 Deo., xix. 

29 48 (2338.) Pardon to Walter Walshe, of Castelekee, co. Kilkenny, 
gent, David fitz Walter Butler, of Kerhill, and Join Purcell 
fitz Edin., of Pottellrath, gentlemen, Conoghor O’Kaddyhy, 
of Bolifleughe, same oo., husbandman, Maurice m'Rich.' 
O’Fynnyly, surgeon, Tibald Butler fitz Walter, of same, and 
James Fitz Oliver, of Neuechurch, same co., husbandmen, Walter 
Walslie fitz Edm., of Ballicackswst, same co., horseman, Morier- 
tagh fitz John 0 Mulla, of same, husbandman, John Walshe 
fitz B-obart, of Oastellhee, same co., horseman, Wm. Walshe fitz 
Edm., of Gaurigawige, same co., Wm. Fitz Richard, of 
Melaghmore, same co., John glass Walshe, of Ballynyfwnsheogy, 
husbandmen, John M’Fynyn, Philip Artur Walshe, John fit? 
Peirse geanckathe Walshe, and John Blancliefeld, of Blanche- 
feldston, kerns, and James Blancliefeld, . of same, footman. 
Security as in 897. Fine 20s, each. — 24 Dec., xix. 



1676-7. 

2949 (2454.) Commission to Edw. Mosten, esq., sheriff of Rosse- 
BogUsh. commen ; to execute martial law in that county during his 
shrievalty, as in 218. — 2 Jan., xix. 

29 50 (2453.) Commission to Donell reogh M'neMara, esq., sheriff 
English, of Clare ; to execute martial law in that county during his 
shrievalty, as in 218. — 4 Jan., xix. 

2951 (2287.) Pardon to John Kernane, of Kiltale, co. Meath, 
farmer, and Owny bog m William M’Geoghegan his servant. — 

4 Jan., xix. 

29 52 (2438.) Commission to Rory O’Ferrall, gent., sheriff of 
Bngii.h. Longford ; to execute martial law in that county, os in 218. 
— 6 Jan., xix. 

2953 (2617.) Grant (under queen’s letter, '7 July, xv.)to Tho. Butler, 
earl of Ormond and Ossorie ; of the rectory of Motkell, co. Kil- 
kenny, parcel of the possessions of the priory of S. Nicholas of 
Exton. To hold for ever, in common socage. Rent, 26s. 8d. 
— 7 Jan., xix. 

29 54 ( 2576.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xix.) to Tho. (Jotton, 
English, gent. ; of tho site of the hospital of S. John by Tristeldermott, 
co. Kildare, the demesne lands, lands in Grangeforde, Collens- 
ton, Tonienston and Culrake, Hueston, Kilka, co. Kildare, 
and in Draye, co. Dublin. TI 10 site of tlio houso of nuns of 
Ty molingbegge, eo. Kildare, lands inTymolingebege, OuldeGrange, 
and S. Johne's land in Inehemacudder, co. Kildare, To hold 
for 21 years. Rent £17 14s. 8 d. Provided that he shall not 
alien to any except they be English both by father and mother, or 
born in the Pale ; and shall not charge coyne or livery. Fine 
£20. — 8 Jan., xix. 

29 5 5 (2291.) Pardon to James Troye, late of the Frermstreet by 
Kilkenny, butcher : for the robbery from the cemetery of the 
late house of friars preachers of Kilkenny of 9 cows, worth 
26s. 8d. each, the property of John Seyse, merchant, lhady 
O’Howlighan, carpenter, Tho. Ractoure, and Patr. Archer, 
merchants, of Kilkenny. — 20 Jan. xix. , , , - 

29 56 (2615.) Grant to Rob. Kendall, gent. ; of the office of elerk of 
the Oastle Chamber in the castle of Dublin. To hold during 

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pleasure, with a fee of £13 6a. 8ti, and all other profits as Edm. 
Molyneux or any other had. — 22 Jan., xix. 

2957 (2343.) Release to Philip Williams, late of Dublin, gent. ; of 
the fine of 100 marks reserved on a grant to him, 18 May, xvii., 
of the revenues of the lands of Rich. Power, lent., baron of 
Coraglnnore, Gerald fitz John of the Geraldines, kilt., and 
Walter Power, of Kilmedan, as found by inquisitions on their 
deaths, also of the fines for alienations and for livery to the 
heirs.- — 27 Jan., xix. 

29 58 (2455.) Commission to Tho. Wnckley, esq. ; to execute martial 
English, law in the -King's co., as in 218. — 28 Jan., xix. 

29 59 (2345.) Pardon to Nich. Quemerforde, of Domeriston, co. 
Kilkenny, gent., and Tho. Purcell fitz Theobald, of Neaker, 
same co., husbandman. Security as in 897, for Purcell only. 
“Nicholas Quemerforde is the blindman.” — 29 Jan., xix. 

29 80 (2570.) Lease (under privy signet 12 Jan., xvii.) to sir Tho. 
English. Butler, earl of Ormond and Ossory ; of the tithes of corn and 
hay of Monckton alias Carricklirenane, co. Dublin, (recites No. 
465), the tithes of Glancapp, (recites No. 1331), the tithes of 
Newetown juxtaMare, co. Dublin, (recites Nos. 1733 and 2239), 
a messuage and land in Ballidowde, co. Dublin, (recites Nos. 
1107 and 2407), a messuage and garden in Fishamble-street, late 
in the tenure of Arland Usher, and a garden, late in the tenure 
of Laurence Cashe, in the said Fyshe-street, (recites No. 1732). 
To hold for 60 years from the determination of the existing 
interests. Rent, £7 15s. Not to cliargo coyne. In considera- 
tion of the earl surrendering his possessions in Leighlm. — 2 Feb., 
xix. 

2961 (2340.) Pardon to Maurice Roocho, of Oahirdowgane, co. 
Cork, esq., Wm Synane, of Moadstown, same co., gent., Wm. 
fits Nich. Synane, of Oahirdowgane, gent., Matthew O Dowgane, 
IConody Fit/, William, Dermot O Dalis, and Eugene or Enias 
O Dallio, kerns, Tlio. fitz David Enias, Maurico fitz John 
Rooche, yeoman, John ’Fitz Gubbowno, Daniel fitz Wm. 
MTConedy, Wm. Roocho alias Wm. Imloownagh, Cornelius 
oge O Nary, of the same place, Edm. fitz David Rooche, of 
Ballahowlie, James Nagle, of Oahirdowgan, and John fitz Edm. 
Iioche, of Ballahowlie, kerns, Rich, no Counte Nagle, of Carrig- 
cony, and David fitz J ohn Roocho, of same, kern. Security as 
■in 897. — 4 Feb., xix. 

29 62 (2339.) Pardon to Walter m'Sliean Bourke, of Keppeagh, co. 
Tipperary, John m'Walter Bourke, of Ballingurtin, Edm. 
O Quoiko, of Pullagli, Theobald fitz Rich. Bourke, of Macks- 
towne, Edm. fitz Tibbot Bourke, of same, Wm. fitz Theobald 
Bourke, of same, Uliclc fitz Theobald Bourke, of Killwellegher, 
and Edm. fitz Wm. Bourke, of Parko, gentleman, Edm. fitz 
Ulick Bourke, of Towrin, priest, Rich, fitz Marin Botu-ke, of 
Ballingurtin, gent., and Rich, fitz XTllick of Tourin, horseman, 
all in said county. Security as in 897. At tho recommendation 
of Wm. Druri, kilt., president of Munster. — 15 Eeb., xix. 

2963 (2342.) Pardon to Francis Agard, of Grangegorman by Dublin, 
esq., Rich. Wespey, of Ballyformot, and Geo. Alen, of New- 
castell Magynegan, same co., gentlemen. — 15 Feb., xix 

2964 (2344.) Pardon to Maurice Gerrot, of Shian, eo. Waterford, 
gent.., Maurice O Connell, Dermot O Craty, Donogh m'Dermod 



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luaghiren, Donaugh m'David OLeyn, Donald m'Shian ODonorty, 
Maurice Roche fitz Phillip fitz Gibbon, Thady m'Donougho 
MWillelowe, and David Troye, of the same place, husbandmen, 
Security as in 897. At the recommendation of the president of 
Munster. — 15 Eeb., xix. 

2965 (601 8.) Surrender by Michael Cusalc, of Ratlialrone, co. Meath, 
gent. ; of the lands of Symonston and Corbetston, co. Meath, 
held under No. 2291 . — Dated 18 Eeb., xix. 

29 66 (6026.) Surrender by Edward Burne, of Cloughran swords ; 
of the tithes of great and little Derricks, co. Meath, held under 
lease to Edmund Pennangle, No. 1295 . — Dated 18 Feb., xix. 

29 67 (2561.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvii.) to Michael 
English. Kettellwell, gent. ; of the rectory of Ballmaglassan, co. Meath, 
parcel of the possessions of the abbey of S. Thomas the martyr, 
Dublin. To hold for 21 years. Rent, £20, part in com. Pro- 
vided that he shall not alien to any except they be English both 
by father and mother or horn in the Pale, without license under 
the great seal. Pine, £20. — 26 Feb., xix. 

29 68 (2558.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvii.) to James 
Eigiish. Butler, lord baron of Donboine ; of the site of the abbey of Rupe 
alias Hore abbey, co. Tipperary, lands and a warren of conies in 
Hore in the tenure of Edm. 0 Earnane, messuages and lands 
there in the tenure of John Menane, Derby Riane, Thadee Duf, 
John Sliallie, Stephen Gregorys, Patr. White, Matthew Thirney, 
Mich. Tallaughan, Moryce Butler, John 0 Kclle, Rich. Heynie, 
Rich. Bvyste, Nicli. Rawe, John Hollie, Will. Saunton, Donnough 
0 Merye, Hobbcrt Staokbowe, John Eollowe, Tho. Roche, We 
Coman, Rich. Carrs, John ONoshie, Edm. Duf, and Rich. Yale, 
and other gardens in tho said town of Hore, and the customs of 
tho tenants there, messuages and land in Cashell in the tenure of 
ITobbort Stackhowe, John Sale, Tho. IJalie, and .Rich. Yale, and 
tho customs of tho tonants, and one gallon of every brewing of 
ale for sale in Cashell, land and tithes in the Graunge of Irre 
and the Grange by Eeddart, the rectory of Rupe, the rectory of 
Raileston with its tithes extending to Ballyreilie and Ballidoghe, 
the rectory of Lasmaline with the tithes extending to Cargagye, 
Mohollcer, Illane, and parcel of Rosharline, co. Tipperary. To 
hold for 21 years. Rent, £20. Provided he shall not alien to 
any except they he of tho English nation both by father and 
mother, without license under the great seal, al^o he shall not 
charge coyne or livery or other unlawful impositions. Fine, £20. 
— last of Eeb., xix. 

29 69 (2556.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvii.) to Edm. 

Eaglinh. Mullineux or Mollineux, gent. ; of the weirs called the Fishers’ 
stento near the city of Limerick, which lie from the Lexwerr or 
common weir on the east, until the river nigh to Oastell Donell 
on the west, parcel of the queen’s ancient inheritance, of long 
time concealed. To hold for 21 years. Rent, 53s. 4(7. Fine, 
53s. id . — 2 March, xix. 

29 70 (2566.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvii.) to Hercules 

English. Rainsforde, gent. ; of the rectory of Cloydagh in the Dolloughe, 
co. Carlow, parcel of the abbey of Connall, co. Kildare, with the 
tithes extending to Cloughegrenan, Ballenebrennaghe, Bally- 
trolly, Garrymore, Ballybrine, Stradenefushoke, Oloughcristicke, 
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the vicar excepted. To hold for 21 years. Rent, £4 6s. 8 d. 
Provided that he shall not alien to any except they be of English 
nation both by father and mother, or born in the English Pale, 
■without license under the great seal ; also he shall not charge 
coyne or livery or other unlawful impositions. Fine, .£4 6s. 8d 
— 2 March, xix. 

2971 (2559.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 3 Dec., xvi.), to Anthony 
English. Power, gent. ; of the site of the abbey of Mellifounte, Logan 
park, the Old orchard, Silvereres meadow, the Wood meadow, 
the Doo park, Mellefounte wood, Killinge wood of great timber, 
a common of pasture called Ardaughe, and all other the demesne 
lands of the abbey, co. Louth. To hold for 30 years from 1604. 
Rent 44s. 2ct Provisions as in 2970. — 4 March, xix. 

29 72 (2569.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvii.), to John 
English. Vause or Vawce, gent. ; of the manor or castle of Myleeke 
situated on the Yellow island on the river of Sliinen in the 
province of Connaught, another island there near the Yellow 
Island, and a small village and land of Myleeke, two other 
islands and three fishing weirs on the river Shynen. To hold for 
21 years. Rent £3 6s. 8 d. Maintaining one English horseman. 
Provisions as in 2938. Fine £3 6s. 8 d . — 6 March, xix. 

29 73 (2614.) Grant to Teige oge 0 Ferroll, of Tullo in Clantane, 
English, in co. Longford ; of the office of vice seneschal, heretofore called 
“ stanist, ” of Clantane. To hold during pleasure, with such 
lawful customs as had been received by any that was tanist of 
the country. — 6 March, xix. 

29 74 (2335.) Pardon to John Power, kat., baron of Ooraghmore, 
co. Waterford, and Richard Power, esq., and Peter Power, gent., 
of Ooraghmore, his sons. — 7 March, xix. 

29 7 5 (2448.) Commission to Gerratt Wesley, esq., sheriff of Meath ; 
English, to execute martial law in that county, as in 218. — 7 March, xix. 

29 76 (2337.) Pardon to Rich. Synnot, of Ballybrennane, co. 
Wexford, gent., late sheriff of that county, Moretagh rowane 
m ‘Donnell 0 Morclioe, of Ballynvallae in the Moroes, Arthur 
or Arte m'Donnell 0 Morclioe, of Ballynmonye, same co., 
Donald m'Donnagh enteskyne, of Collree, and Hugh or Effe 
ballagh M'Mox-etagh, of Collynnaboye, same co., gentlemen, 
Philip Roche fitz Patrick, late of Newbaune,- same co., horseman, 
Gerald m'Arte ne Killye, of Kyllegowne in the Moroes, Shane 
hoy m’Donnell M'Donnaghe, of Ballysallagh in the Duffrye, 
Fergananyme m'Moretagh enrowane, of Ballynvallae, and 
Mahoune m'Donnagh enteskyne, of same, kerns, David 
M'Mahoune, of Ballynkeslaune ancl Pers Power fitz Wm., of 
Clonesbarragh, kern. Security as in 897. Fine £10. — 
8 Mai-ch, xix. 

29 77 (2554.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvii.), to Rich, 
English. Masterson, gent. ; of the rectories of Clonkene and Kilcowan, 
co. Wexford, late in the tenure of James Barnewall, of Brymore. 
To hold for 21 years. Rent, £5 13s. 4d., part in corn. Provision 
as in 2970, Fine £5 13s. id. — 8 March, xix. 

29 7 8 (2580.) Grant (under queen's letter, 9 Nov., xvii.), to George 
Moore, gent. ; of a messuage in the parish of S. Peter, in the co. 
of the city of Waterford in the occupation of John Corr, three 
messuages in Barron stronde in the suburbs of Waterford in the 
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"Wise, a little garden in the franchises of Waterford in an island 
called Oolbeclces, a hermitage with a little garden called S. Brides 
in Oolbeclces in the occupation of the relict of George Wise, a 
little meadow in Oolbeclces, pasture by Lumbardes lands by the 
city, possessions of the late hospital of S. J ohn of J erusalem in 
Ireland ; lands in Quillenaughe, oo. Waterford, possessions of 
Geoffrey Power fitz David, attainted; all lands and hereditaments 
spiritual or temporal in Kylmocoagho, same oo., lands and 
tithes of Ballivoyle, and Ballenevoge, same co., possessions of 
the abbey of Donbrodie ; lands in Balliengarran, same co., 
possessions of Walter Power fitz William ne countea, attainted ; 
all found by inquisition to have been concealed. To hold for 
ever, in common socage. Kent, 42s. In consideration of hia 
service in the wars in Scotland, Ireland, and elsewhere. — 

8 March, xix. 

29 79 (2450.) ’Grant to Tho. Saokforde, esq. ; of the office of 
B.gii.h, seneschal of the country of Olaneboy, in co. Antrim. To hold 
during pleasure. "With power to assemble all the inhabitants, 
for defence of the country, suppression of rebels, and punish- 
ment of malefactors. Also to punish by martial law, except 
those who have £10 in goods or 40s. in freehold; to treat 
with traitors ; and do all other things that any other seneschal 
may. —8 March, xix. 

9980 12613.) Grant to Riccard Boorkefitz John, of Derevigklaghne, 
English, esq. ; of the office of seneschal of the barony of Clare, within the 
province of Connaght. To hold during good behaviour. With 
powers as in JS r o. 2190. — 8 March, xix. 

2981 (2611.) Grant to Mailer Burlce, of the Cloghans, co. Mayo, 
EhgiS. gent. ; of the office of seneschal of the barony of Kfilmayn, co 
Mayo. To hold for life, with such profits aB have been received 
by other like seneschal. With power to assemble and command 
the inhabitants, for defence of the country, the suppression of 
rebels, and the punishment of malefactors, He and all the 
inhabitants shall attend the lord president or . commissioners of 
Connaught for the queen’s service when required by them, and 
shall obey their directions. — 9 March, xix. __ 

99 89 (2553.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvn), to Edw. 
Bogina Burn©, soldier ; i the tithe corn and hay of 1 1-h -d Littk 
Derricks, co. Meath, containing 3 copies °^? in ’ 
rectory of Donshaghlen, of the possessions of Thomascomt To 
hold for 21 years. Kent £3. Provisions as m 2967. Fine £3. 
—10 March, xix. , 

29 83 (2555.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvu.), to Mien 
«Ke, of Rathalron, gent. ; of lands m « 
Oorbettson, cp. Meath, possessions 

and shall not charge coyne or livery.— 11 March, xix. 

298f (2333.) S 

o'connor C Morghe m'Lise O Connor, and Aitlrnr 0 Towell, gent., 
S the same plafe. “At the suit of my lord of Upper Ossory. - 
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1576-7. Fiants — Elizabeth. 

2985 (2334.) Pardon to Sliane ro O Molmoy, of Balliconell, King’s 
co., g'ent., Hue 0 Molmoy, Donill 0 Moriah, and Donald boy 
0 Kelle, of same, gentlemen. “At the suit of my lord of Upper 
Ossory.” — 1 1 March, xix. 

2988 (2349.) Pardon to Peter Nangle, of the Abbey of Shrowell, 
co. Eongford, Pers Nangle, and Gerald Nangle, gentlemen, 
Brian M'Gillernowe, husbandman, Brian O’Donill, Morgho 
m'Leys 0 Fen-all, of the same place, and Keadagh m'Oonell 
0 Ferrall, of Crossey, same co., gentlemen, and Morgho 0 Byrne, 
of the. Abbey of Shrowell, husbandman. Security as in 897. 
Fine £10. — 12 March, xix. 

29 87 (2358.) Pardon to Morrertagh oge 0 More, of Rahineduffe, 
Queen’s co., gent., Leisagh O More, of same, gent., his son, and 
Del-mod 0 Lalor, of Rathnegerathe, same co., gent., his son-in-law. 
Security as in 897. Fine .£4. — 12 March, xix. 

2988 Grant to James Fitz Gerald; of the lands of Harreiston, 
Ballirichard, and Ballimalier, and a mill in Plarrieston, parcel of 
the possessions of the Dempsies in Clamnalirry, King’s co. To 
hold for ever as of the manor of Evin, co. Kildare, by the service 
of a twentieth part of a knight’s fee. Rent £8. — 12 March, xix. 

( The fiant does not now appear of record, nor is it included in the 
Record Commissioners' list. It is entered with fiants for grants of 
land in the Auditor-General' s Patent Book, vol. 7, p. 86.) 

29 89 (2713.) Grant to Molaghlin 0 Male or 0 Mallie, of the island 

English, of Inshihofynny alias Bellaghlare, chief of his name ; of the office 
of seneschal of the barony of Owalle Imallo, co. Mayo. To hold 
for life, with all lawful profits. With power to assemble the 
inhabitants, and command them for defence of the country, the 
suppression of rebelH, and the punishment of malefactors. He 
and all the inhabitants shall attend tlio president of Connaght for 
tho queen’s service when required, and si rail to the utmost of their 
power execute his commands. — 12 M arch, xix. 

29 90 (2610.) Grant to Fatr. in' Brian oge, gent. ; to bo seneschal of 

English, the country of the Ferucy, in the province of Ulster. To hold 
during pleasure, with such profits as were received by any pre- 
vious seneschal of the country. — 13 March, xix. 

2991 (2454a.) Commission to Nich. Harbord, of Monestoris, in the 

E«gii«h. King’s county of Aifalee, esq. ; to execute martial law in Kildare 

and King’s counties, as in 218. — 13 March, xix. 

2992 (2449.) Commission to Owney m'Hugh, gent. ; to execute 

English, martial law in the Queen’s co., as in 218. — 14 March, xix. 

2993 (2450.) Commission to Sir Tybott Buttler, knt. ; to execute 

English, martial law in the cross and liberty of Tipperare, as in 218. — 14 

March, xix. 

29 94 (2604.) Grant to Rich. Lyndover, gent. ; of the office of con- 
stable and keeper of the gaol of Longeforde. To hold during 
pleasure with a fee of 20 marks, and such other profits as Rich, 
Stayno, gout., or Edward Soore, gent., 'had. — 14 March, xix. 

29 95 (6047.) Surrender by Francis Agarde, of Graungegormane, 
co. Dublin, esq., Edward Moore, of Mellyfount, co. Louth, esq., 
and Anthony Brabazon, gent. ; of lands and rectories belonging 
to the cell of Dewleek and Colpe, possessions of the abbey of 
Lanthonie, in England, held under lease to Agard, No, 1460. 
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1576-7. Fiants.— Elizabeth. 

oqqa (2461.) Commission to George Acwortlie, doctor of the civil 
laws, and Robert Garvey, M.A., and bachelor of law; under the 
act of Supremacy, 2 Eliz., and the act of Faculties, 28 Hen. VllJ. , 
for the granting of licenses, dispensations, faculties, and all other 
writings which may be given by virtue of the act of Faculties, 
to remove the inconvenience of having to apply for such to the 
archbishop of Canterbury; with power to call before them all 
persons having ecclesiastical benefices or promotions, to compel 
them to exhibit then titles and letters of orders, and to revoke 
them if not consonant with the act of Faculties and other eccles- 
siastical laws, remove the incumbents, and notify the patrons or 
the crown if by lapse of time the benefice devolve to its gift, and 
to give institution and collation to such as the crown shall 
nominate; they shall hear and determine all causes of devolu- 
tions ■ they shall prove and insinuate testaments and wills, and 
srail t letters of administration of the goods of persons having 
goods in diverse dioceses, and take accounts of executors accord- 
ing to the usage of the prerogative court of the archbishop of 
Canterbury ; they shall hear and determine all testamentary 
causes, and do any other such thing as the said archbishop may 
do This commission to supersede all former or future commis- 
Bions of the same nature. To hold for their lives and that of the 
survivor, receiving half of the fees prescribed by the act of Facul- 
ties They are further empowered to exercise ecclesiastical cen- 
sme and coercion upon such as shall not obey their lawful 
commands, and to sequester their fruits and unpose reasen^de 
fines and to bind them m recognizance.— 18 March, xix. 
fZ’oked by queen’s fatter, H March, 1878, fc respect °J the mean 
Quality of the Commissioners, and/or other consideration n.) (Cal. 
P. R„ vol. ii., p. 24.)* 

oqq7 mC3.) Commission to F. Cosby, seneschal of the Queens 
comity ; to follow and attack with fire and sword Rory oge the 
‘ 0 Conms, and their company, and all other trmtom mid rebelsjn 

lilacG where they may he found ; and if need be to call 
together all the lords, seneschals, sheriffs, and oth® o&ws, and 
the gentlemen and inhabitants of every shire lie shall have 
occasion to* travel through, and to command them to attend 
him, and where he shall find that rebels have 
aided bv any persons, he may commit such to gaol m execute 
them by martial law at Ms discretion, and seize their goods to 
the use of the crown; he may treat with any rebei or trmto^ 
grant safe conducts, and protections, or conclude peace 0 with 
5,™ mg discretion. He may also when travelling take toott 
XSSfc himself and his company, one meal m 

License to ’ Bartholomew Eussell, of Swordes, co. 
299 Hublin geM Xk of the crown and clerk of the common pleas 
S’t'Sf pte; to be absent in ff**^^** 
better experience and practice in his c0 

none to457 ) Commission to Tho. Moore, of Croghan, Ring 3 co., 
s 2 ,h 99 it !;to LXrW law in that county during Ms shrievalty, 

as in 218.— 20 March, xix. 

* Calendar of the Patent and Close Rolls of £lom tlle 18 * l ° 

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1576-7. Fiants.— Elizabeth. 

30 00 (5865.) Grant (under commission 6 Aug. xvii.) to Richard 
Caddoll, of Moymed, gent. ; of the wardship and marriage of 
Bartholomew, son and heir of Nicholas Dillon, late of Keppoke, 
co. Dublin, gent. ; and custody of the lands, except those held in 
dower by Anne Houtlie, widow of Bartholomew Dillon, father 
of Nicholas, valued at £17 13s. 4c7, and by Katherine Rocheford, 
widow of said Nicholas, valued at £6 13s. id- To hold during 
minority. Rent £8. Fine £20. — 20 March, xix. 

3001 (2622.) Grant (under queen’s instructions, 2 Aug., xvii.) to 
Henry Cowley, knt. ; of a carucate of land in Bamone, half a 
carucate in Pottoghane, and land in Olonacullen, King’s co., late 
in the tenure of John Axeninge. To hold for ever, by the service 
of a twentieth part of knight’s fee. Rent 36s. 3d. Maintaining 
one English horseman. Other provisions asm No. 474 ; but the 
clause requiring attendance at hostings is immediately operative; 
and instead of that referring to alienation, is one forbidding any 
alienation without license under the great seal, on pain of for- 
feiture of the lands alienated. — 22 March, xix. (Cal. P. R,, 
vol. ii., p. 1.) 

30 02 (2452.) Commission to John Stocks, gent.; to execute martial 
English, law in the co. Kildare, as in 218. — 22 March, xix. 

30 03 (6308.) Patent of Commission to sir Thomas Fitzwilliam, 
English, knt., sir William Sarstield, knt., Richard Fyan, Michael Bee 
and Patrick Goegh, of Dublin, aldermen, Robert Pypho, of Hoily- 
wood, gent., and John Walshe, of Kilgoban, gent., under statute 
11 Eliz., sees. 3, c. 9 ; to survey and malco enquiry of all countries, 
territories, towns, and villages, lying in the parts of Leinster 
from the Barrowe to the sea south and east, tho said countries 
being, “in eli'ectc waste and desolate other then inhabited with a 
fewe idell and ovell-disposed persons.” Tho countries when sur- 
veyed to be formed into one county or shire to bo called the county 
of Wicklowe and to be divided into hundreds and baronies. — At 
Dublin, 22 March, xix. 

1577. 

3004 (2330.) Pardon to John Ailwardo, of Waterford, yeoman, 
John Stoke, shearman, and Katherine Bolger, spinster, of the 
same place. At Nowrosse.-— 27 March, xix. 

30 05 ( 2329.) Pardon to John Daniell, of Waterforde, and Wm. 
fitz J ohn Branagh alias Walsh, of Killu-egaine, co, Kilkenny, 
gentlemen, — 28 March, xix. 

30 06 (2352.) Pardon to Conoghor 0 Mahowny m’Moriertagh, of 
Castellmahone, co. Cork, Toig 0 Mahowny m’Moriertagh, and 
Moriertagh oge O Mahowny m’Moriertagh, of the same, gentlemen. 
Security as in 897.. — 29 March, xix. 

30 07 (5659.) Grant of English liberty to Peter Johnson, tanner, a 
Fleming. — 29 March, xix. 

30 08 (2331 ,) Pardon to Bclm. Halye, son of David Halie, of Limerick, 
merchant. Sued for by John and James Galwey, of Limerick. — 
4 Ap., xix, 

30 09 (2587.) Livery to Wm. Nugent, of Olonen, co. Westmeath, 
gent., and J enet, his wife, daughter and heir of Walter Marwarde, 
of Kilcarno, esq. Fine £50. The value of the late bai'on of 
Skryne’s lands by the year is £130 5s., whereof Helen Plunket, 
his widow, has a jointure of £99 2s.— [10 April, xix,] (Sea 
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3010 (2609.) Grant to Lewis Briskett, gent., clerk of tlie council ; 
of the office of register or clerk in Chancery for faculties under 
the statute 28 Hen. VIII. To hold during good behaviour, with 
the fees belonging to the office. — 11 Ap., xix. 

3011 (2332.) Pardon to John Eustace, of Castehnarten, eo. Kildare, 
gent., late sheriff of that county, Nich. Leisaghe, gent., Laurence 
Sutton, of same, horseman, Nich. Eustace, of Freerston, same eo., 
gent., Perse Tallon, of Ballrahin, same co., and One M'Neill, of 
same, horsemen, Arthur 0 Ennose, and Win. 0 Quin, kerns, 
Gillernow 0 Quin, of Ballemnetagk, yeoman, Thady dnffe 
0 Kelly, of same, kern, James M'Gerrot, of Grange poncharde, 
same co., and Tho. M'Gerrot, of same, yeomen, Peter Eustace, 
and Patrickin Wall, kerns, and Henry Walshe, horseman, of the 
same place. Security as in 897. — 13 Ap., xix. 

301 2 (2562.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvii) to Janies Pres- 

Engiish. cott, gent. ; of the castle or manor of Ballymadkan, and the lands 
of Ballymackan, Lyslonyne, Tollaughmaine, Magiston, Bedmore, 
Kylbreckan, Newhowse, Kilblein, Boweston, Blakesland, Carne- 
geill, Goslingestown, Shallam Rathe, Arleston, Corbally, Down- 
garvan, Busshoppeslough, Tliomastown, and land in the Burgage 
of the barony of Burnechurcli, co. Kilkenny, late the lands of 
Tho. Quemerford, attainted, To hold for 21 years. Rent £30. 
Provisions us in 2968. Fine £30. — 13 Ap., xix. 

301 3 (2354.) Pardon to Luke 0 Toole of Castelkevan, co. Dublin, 
gent., late sheriff of that county, Shean 0 Toole, his son, Wm. 
Harrolde and Edw.Ennos, servants of saidLuke.PlielemM' James, 
Fernandas or Ferras 0 Royrke, and Mich. Goldinge, of DromOTn- 
raghe, same co., gent. Security as in 897. Erne £8. For 
Lucas 0 Tole and 6 more of his men.”— -21 Ap., xix. 

0014. (5827.) Commission to sir John Garvie, dean of Christ Clinrcli, 

English. Thomas Oroiffe, cliautor of S. Patrick’s, Ambrose Forth, master 
/ in Chancery, Robert Weslie, archdeacon of Dublin, Thomas 
Dillon, of Dublin, gont., and sir William Demote, chancellor of 
Christ Church, Dublin, as delegates; to hear an appeal irom a 
sentoncc of George Ackworth, LL.D., against Bartholomew Gar- 
dener, vicar of Tristledermot, concerning the vicarage.— Dated 



25 Ap., xix. - . _ . . i 

301 5 (5828.) Commission to dean Garvey, Ambrose h ortli, ana 
English. Thomas Dillon, as delegates ; to hear an appeal from a proceeding 
of George Acworth in a cause between Nicholas Rochford, parson 
of S. Mary’s church in Wexford, and Stephen Crealce, concerning 
the parsonage . — Dated 25 Ap., xix. _ 

3016 (0031.) Surrender by Arthur Brereton, gent., assignee f 
William Vernon, gent. ; of the tithes of the rectory of Galtrym, 
co. Meath; held under lease No. 842. — Dated, 25 Ap. xix, 

301 7 (2289). Pardon to Arche Hope, of Ganston, co. Dublin, soldier, 
Margaret Hope, his wife, and William Ston, of Balvenston, 
same co., soldier. — 3 May, xix. , 

301 8 (2288.) Pardon to James Humfrye, of Dublin, master gunner 
of the queen’s ship- — 4 May, xix. „ .... 

3019 (2458.) Commission to Anthony Pepard, of Glascarrett, co. 
fingliah, Wexford ; to execute martial lawm county Oatherlagh, as m 218. 



30 20 (6003?) Surrender by Roger Pope, of Graungegorman^gent. ; 
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1577. Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

Cork, held under lease No. 1107. See No. 3028. Dated 5 

May, xix. (Cal. R. R., vol. ii. p. 1). 

3021 (2462.) Commission to sir N. Bagnoll, knt., marshal of the 
English, army ; to be chief commissioner, and to have the principal rule 

throughout the province of Ulster, the county of Louth only 
excepted. With power to hear and decree all causes of breach 
of the peace ; and to treat and grant protection as occasion shall 
require. James Dowdall, second'justice of the Chief Bench, Terence 
Daniell, dean of Armaghe, Edw. Moore, Henry Bagnoll, Tko. 
Sacldforde, and Humfrey Macwoorth, esquires, the mayor of 
of Knockffergus, and Rice ap Hugh, provost marshal, to be assis- 
tants and associates with him in the commission, to hear and 
decree any controvei-sy concerning any disorder or breach of the 
peace between the English and Irish, as specified in the treaty 
made with T. 0 Neill at Armache, in November, 1575. If his 
orders shall not be obeyed he shall certify to the crown the names 
of the disobedient persons ; and shall also certify every two 
months at least his proceedings. He is to have an allowance of 
£100 English a year. Recites the necessity of establishing a 
resident and settled authority in Ulster as had been done in 
Mounster and Connaught. — 6 May, xix. 

3022 (2584.) Livery (under commission C Aug., xvii.) to Rob. 
Nugent, of Kylleushonneken, co. Westmeath, brother and heir 
of Tho. Nugent, late of Oarne, gent. ; of his lands in Kyllen- 
shonneken, Gibbeston, Correstou, Templepatricke, Ballenve, 
Rathvicin'’, Rathskeaglie, Balloneviggan, Cloiglasse, Killene- 
groughe, and Oloneboyo. Eine .£1) 1 0s. — 0 May, xix. 

3023 (2552.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvii.) to James 
■ English. Gowle or Goble, of Oorko, gent. ; of the site of tho priory of 

Rosocarbryo alias Rosollarie alias Rosohillario, oo, Cork, the 
landB of Rosoarbrio, and tho rectory of Roscnrbrio. To hold for 
21 years. Rent, £9 4s. Provisions as m 2070. — 7 May, xix. 

3024 (2595.) Grant (under queen’s letter 4 July, 1676) to Owen 
English. Moore, clerk of the chock ; of tho office of clerk of the check of 

the army and garrisons. To hold for life. He is to have the 
leading of 10 horsemen, with 9 d. English a day each ; also 4s. a 
day himself. — 7 May, xix. 

30 2 5 (2465.) Authority to George Tborneton, gent., to impress 
E&giiaii. able masters, pilots, mariners, soldiers, gunners, and artificers, 
to serve in the queen's ships on the coast of Ireland, and to 
command such men ; and to take cables, anchors, and other ship 
furniture ; also to impress such other barques, ships, bottoms, 
vessels, hoys or lighters, with their shipmen, as the deputy shall 
think necessary to serve from port to port carrying grain or other 
victual for the garrisons, paying reasonable prices as is accus- 
tomed. — 9 May, xix. 

30 26 (2361.) Pardon to Wm, Fleminge, of Ardaghe, co. Meath, 
gent, Security as in 897 9 May, xix, 

3027 (2573.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvii.) to Hercules 
English. Raynsforde, gent. ; of two water mills now decayed, in one 
house, called the King’s mills in the city of Lymericke, upon the 
bank of the Shenyne, between Oordowerr on the west side and 
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1577, Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

concealed. To hold for 21 years. Rent, £4 13s. id. Fine, 

£4 13s. id.— 9 May, xix. 

30 28 (2568.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvu.) to Roger 
Engiiii. Pope, of Grangegormaa, gent.; of the site of the priory of 
Ballindroliide alias Ballindrete, co. Cork, in lord Roche s country, 
the lands of Ballindroliide and the rectories of Ballindrohide, 
Tample Robin in Barrie Moore’s great Island, and Castelton,. co. 
Cork. To hold for 21 years. Rent, £12 16s. 8cf. sterling. 
Maintaining one English horseman. Provisions as in 2938. Pine 
£10 Irish. See No. 3124,-11 May, xix. 

3029 (5 57 License to Tirlaghe M‘Cabe; to alienate to Robert 

English. Dyllon, of Ryverstowne, co. Meath, esq., the rectory of Kyltale, 

co. Meath, hold under lease No. 2852. To be held subject to 
the same conditions. — 11 May, xix. 

3030 (5830.) Commission to Nicholas Welshe, chancellor or b. 

Iugii.li. Patrick’s, John Kernye, treasurer there, Richard Bealynge, 

queen's solicitor, Thomas Dyllon, of Dublin, gent Robert 
Garvie, m.a., ll.b., Thomas Spyncfeild, gent., and John Magwyre, 
urebendary of Donloivan, as delegates ; to hear an appeal m a 
cause between Richard Nettervyll, of Kylshalghan, gent., and 
Robert and Henry Luttrell, concerning the will of Andrew 
Luttrell, late of Dublin, merchant. — Dated 12 May, xix. 

3031 (2360.1 Pardon to Eugene m'Edm. M'Swynye, of Aarigne- 
muck, co. Cork, gallcglas, Donald m'Teig I Riordau of same, 
and Murrigho 0 Hiallyhie, of Donamor kerns, Kallaghan 
m'Teig M'Cormuck, of Castelmor, gent., Edm. m Mwrihirtig 
ORiurdan, of Knrignemnck, Dermot m'Donell I Rnirdan, of 
Diryroa, Dionysius or Donogho O Hialliliy, of Donamoi, Shane 
m‘Wm. 0 Mwrigho, of Ivilkrea, Donoglio m'Diermod 0 Mahowny, 
of Kilmulin, Eugono m'Rory ORiurdan, of Carignemurk 
Dermot m'Donoglio MTCallaghan, of same, Patr. mDonel 
0 Murigho, of same, Dermot 0 Rahilly m'Diermod, of same, 
Dermot m'Doiioll 0 Mwrigho, of same, Cornelius OCinmyne 
of Aghbolig, Eugene m'Domll 0 Mwrigho, of same, ihady 
0 Riurdan, Donald m'Donogho 0 Dowgan, of Coultote^ Dmogho 
m'Conogher 0 Maliownye, Donogho m'Domll 0 Mwrigho, of 
same, lcerns, John m'Diermod baddy, of Gloglim ullige, and 
John 0 Leine, of same, yeomen, all m same co. SecurLty as m 
897 Pine, one cow each. “ At the earnest suit of Donell ny 
Conntey alias Donell m'Teig m'Cormuck, sir Cormuck s brother, 
and bis attorney in Muskrye.”— 20 May, xix. 

This pardon is granted on the recommendation of si 
Drury, lent., lord president of Munster, as a so are ^ 3, 
3041-3, 3070, 3076-80, 3082-7, 3090-7, 3100-4, 3113, 3149 50, 

303? Si Pardon to Terelagh oge M'Swyny, of Downyn, co. 

303 Co rk Conoghor O Beggilly, and Donald O Dowgan galloglasses, 
SX O bigl, kern, and Dondd roa O Kmkyrye 
galloglas, of the same place. Security as zn 897. Pine one 
fow fach. “ Por Owen m'Tirrelig baokagh M Swyny s men. 

3033° (2365 ^Pardon to DoniU oge mantagli, of Dromnearde oo. 

3033 ork gi lloglas, Cahill ODoniwane, kern Bnen m'Edm. 
M'Swyny, galloglas, Teig m'Donill oge, kern of the same , Teig 
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1577. Fi ants. —Elizabeth. 

0 Rawghan, of Dromuamore, husbandman, Donogho m'Donill 
M'Crah, of Biallyhitra, kern, and Denned m'Teig m'Eynyu I 
Howlywane, of Dromore, kern. Security ns in 897. Fine, one 
cow eacli. “ At the suit of Edm, M'Swyny.” — 20 May, xix, 

3034 (2364.) Pardon to .Florence gancagli M'Eneslys, of Kil- 
m'Eneslis, co. Oorlc, gent., Thady ne bully M'Fynen, of Gallane, 

' same oo., Tliady m'Dei-mot O Donevan, of Kilvine, same co,, 
Dermot m'Fynen m'Donogho M‘Oarty, and Florence juvenis 
m'Fynen m'Donoglio M'Carty, of the same. Security as in 897. 
Fine, 5 cows. “ At the earnest suit of Fynen M'Carte, son and 
heir of sirDonogho M'Carte, deceased.” — 21 May, xix. 

3035 (2367.) Pardon to John fitz Edmund of Geraldins, of Martirs- 
town, oo. Cork, Miler or Melmory M'Sliihie, of Garan James, 
same co., Maurus or Morough ganeagh M'Sliihie, and James 
Brenagh, of Barrebehee, co. "Waterford, gentlemen. Security 
as in 897. Fine 4 cows. “ The seneschal of Imokilly is a 
suiter for this pardon.” — 21 May, xix. 

30 36 (2368.) Pardon to John M'Donnogho alias John Wallane, of 
Kilmeleigh, co. Cork, Florence m'Donnogli 0 Mahowne, of 
Downemanislie, same co., Dermot m'Donill roe, of Kilmulnody, 
Thady m'Dermot M'Teige, of Inishfady, same co., John roe 
m'Teige M'Dermot, Hugh O Mahone, of Sunaghe, Malmus 
m'Ee O Mahowne, of same, Thady m'Owen M'Phoilem, of 
Dunbeean, Donald oge m'Donnogho M'Teige, of the Scarte, 
Comelius M'Riccarde, of Kiloroghan, Cornelius m'Dermot 
m'Donogho M'Oragli, of Kilmue, Thady M'Feilem, of Glaungeill, 
Thady m'Owen M'Felim, Donald oge m'Donnogho M'Teige, 
Comelius M'Ricurd, of Kiloroghan, Cornelius m'Dermot 
M'Donnogho, Donald m'Dermot M'Bruue, Thady m'Owen 
M'Felem, Tliady M'Folem, of Glaungeill, John juvenis 
0 Glavine, Rory lioghe M ‘Swine, Eugene m'Domiogho M'Fynyn, 
Dermot roe 0 Hagirtie, Donald m'Toige M.'Morrogho, Cornelius 
m'Donnogho M'Connoglior, Dermot liegh m'Domiogho M'Oon- 
noghor, Philip M'Donogho, Wm. reougli m'Dermot 0 Regan, 
Eugene m'Fynyn M'Domiogho, Maurice O Morehe, Eugene 
m'Connoglior M'Teige, Cornelius oge M'Dermot, Wm. Toben, of 
Olonecuile, Cornelius m'Teigo 0 Donevan, Donald m'Connoghor 
M'Donill, Thady m'Connoghor M'Donell and Donald M'Teige, 
of Ologhtradevally, same eo. Security as in 897. Fine 32 cows. — 
21 May, xix. 

30 37 (2369.) Pardon to Maurice fitz John FitzGeralt, of Knoelc- 
nione, co. Waterford, gent., Edm. fitz Maurice, Edm, m'Shane 
M'Edmund, Cornelius 0 Corbane, Cornelius 0 Twohill, Cornelius 
0 ITurlye, Wm. oge Lodun, of the same, Edm. Maunsefield, of 
Killoughirt, same co., Tho. fitz Wm. Fitz Gorot, of the Currihine, 
same co., Rich. Toben of Knockmoan, Dermot O Corbane, of 
same, Geoffrey Galwey fitz Edw. of Cork, merchant, James 
Brenok, of Olonemell, merchant, David Henbury, of Ballevrass- 
hell, eo. Kilkenny, -Edm. Gall, of Ballehobog, same co., Wm. 
Pursell m'Tho., of Balleliallaghe, same co., Walter Wale m'Piers, 
of Ballefrompole, eo. Kildare, Patr, Wale fitz James, of same, 
Edm. Seisse m'Gerot, of Ballivaze, same co., and Tho. Walle 
m'Rickard, of Kilcasshe, co. Tipperary. Security as in 897. 
Eine, 20 cows. “ At the suit of Patrick Grante, of Waterford,” — 
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30 38 (2370.) Pardon to Eugene or Owen M'Carty, called Macarty 
Reough, of Kilbrittan, 00 . Cork, esq., Donald M'Oarty, of 
Kilgoban, same 00 ., Florence 0 Maliown, called 0 Mahown 
Caribry, of Castlemahown, Dermot 0 Maliown, of same, Cornelius 
0 Maliown, of Crookehaven, and Florence 0 Hidriscoll, called 
0 Hidriscoll, of Duneskead, gentlemen, Donald Donevan, called 
O Donevan, Florence 0 Crowlv, called O Crowly, Donald juvenis 
0 Donevan, of Clougbtradevally, Cornelius 0 Hidriscoll, of 
Glanbaraghaa,Tkady m'Donougho M‘Cartie,FlorencoOMaliowne, 
of Downelogliie, Milerns or Melmory m'Donougho baccagh 
M'Swine, Donald m'Fynen M'Carty, Dermot m'Fynen M'Cartie, 
Donald m'Fynen 0 Maliown, Tliady 0 Hingerdell, called 
0 Hingerdell, Donald m'Teig M'Moroughe, Cornelius m'Teig 
M'Moroughe, Cornelius m'Teig m'Teig M'Dermot, Cormao 
m'Donell ballagli, Tliady m'Donell ballagb, Donald m'Cormock 
M'Dermot, Dermot m'Cormock M'Dermot, and Eugene m'Teig 
m'Donell ballagli, of said co. Security as in 897. Fine 25 



cows. — 21 May, xix. 

30 39 (2371.) Pardon to Cornelius m'Dermot M'Conly, of Cloghtrad- 
vally, co. Cork, gent., Donald stoeagh, of same, Cornelius 
m'Fynen M'Donell, of Drumore, Cornelius leigh M'Teig, of 
Moyny, Moriertagli m'Slmne 0 Leyn, of Ardentenan, Florence 
dullagb, of Ballilaseid, Mauhown m'Teig m'Donell roe, of the 
Skene, Tliady m'Ricard M'Melaghlen, of Borine, Donald 
m'Donogho m'Teig O’Regan, Dermot m'Donongho m'Teig, 
Donald m'Dermot m'Donogho, Donald mantagk M'Owen, David 
0 Crowly, of Dromunticlogliie, Tliady m'Dermot 0 Crowly, 
Cornelius 0 Mahowno, of Balhine M'Crahe, Donald m'Connoglior 
M'Donongho, of Bralileshe, Tliady 0 Cullane, of Lisnabryny, 
Dermot 0 Cullane, Donald 0 Cullane, Cormac m'Donell ballagh, 
Donald M'Felim, Florence farsinge M'Carty, of the Skarte, ¥m. 
Ogiany, Cornolius 0 Mahown, of Kenelmek, Tieg ny religy 
0 Mahown, of same, Moriertagli M'Dowling, of same, in said co., 
and Donald koough m'Cormock M'Carty, of Cakirragli, same co. 
Security as in 897. Fine 25 cows. " 0 Mahown Carbry is the 
suiter for this pardon of 25 of his men.” — 21 May, xix. 

30 40 (2372.) Pardon to Cornelius O’Brien, of Carigogonell, co. 
Limerick, gent., Barnaby m'Donougho O’Brien, Tkady 0 Brien, 
of same, James Fox, of Bulgedine, same co., Patr. Foxe, of same, 
Maurus or Morougho M'Dermot, of Ballaghtrey, Terence 
M ‘Thomas, of same, Douougho M'Enerren, Thady M'Dermot, 
of the Toe, same co., Donouglio M'Nemaref, of the Keppagh, co. 
Clare, gent., and, Donald M'Neiuaref, of same, gent., Cornelius 
m'Rorie M'Donougho, of Tomonglagh, same co,, Matthew or 
Maliown roe m/Con 'vare She die, of Mokagh, same co. } gen 

and Mahown M'Enerren, of Ballisallagk, same co. Security 
as in 897. Fine 14 cows.— 21 May, xix. 

3041 (2359 ) Pardon to Donald 0 Brenan, .of Inchequm, co. Clare, 
gent., Donald m'Donagho M'Ooevaye, Conor m'Donaghe 
M'Conor, Matthew oge fitz Matthew, John fitz Rorye, Lougchelm 
roeO Slatterye,Lougchelm oge 0 Glassane, Donagheenvaghchirne 
M'Swynie, Donald 0 Nelane, Donald m'Shane 0 Nelau, Conor 
leaghe M'Corman, of the same place, Gilleculle O Hikie, ot 
Glannegellagb, same co., kern, Mojrertagh gayrue 0 Bryane, 
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Win. Milliter, Conor 0 Coyne, Conor leaghe m'Brene M'Kenedie 
Mahone oge m' Mahone M'Corman, Thady m'Tho. oge M'Corman! 
Morrertagh m'Owen M'Conor, Rich. Enesse, and Morrertanh 
0 Hegan, kem, of the same place. Security res m 897. Fine 
one cow each. — 23 May, xix. 

30 42 (2366.) Pardon to Thady m‘Morogke 0 Bryne, of Inchequin, 
co. Clare, and Donaugh m'Morgli 0 Bryne, of same, gentlemen 
Morrertagh M'Gorman, Tlio. M'Gorman, Matthew fitz Donaghe 
0 Bryane, Conor m‘Tirrelagh O Bryane, Xhady ne Carrigie 
0 Bryane, Conor O Heaher, Donauglie gankeagli 0 Bryane, 
Brian O Laughlin, David Miniter, Tho. Miniter, Rich. Miniter 
David oge Miniter, Tirlagli mirgiagh 0 Briane, Dermot 0 Kuerke, 
Wm. 0 Kuerke, Comeaye M'Mahone, Donald M‘Sidie, Dermot 
boye, Philip Mashe, Rory M'Donaghe, Morgli bregaghe m'Teige 
oge, and Brian ne Moghchorie 0 Bryane, of the same place, 
kerns. Security as in 897. Fine one cow each. — 23 May, xix. 

30 43 (2363.) Pardon to Theobald Bourke, of Carrigkirell, co. 
Limerick, gent., Thady M'Anna, of Drombany, horseman, Wm. 
0 Hea, of Carrikerell, and Owen M‘Donoglie, of same, kerns, 
Ee 0 Hogan, of same, and Kenedy 0 1-Iogau, of same, horse- 
men, Tho. fitz John, of Ballilosky, and Thady M'Dermod, of 
same, kerns, Donald M'Anna, of Drombany, horseman, John 
0 Plephernan, of Sronell, gent., all in same co., James fitz 
Gerrakl Marshall, of Rashordan, horseman, Wm. Duffe, of 
Derreloe, of Kilmurri, same co., and Thady 0 IXepliernan, of 
same, kerns. Security as in 897. Fine one oOw each. — 25 
May, xix. 

30 44 (2594.) Grant to Laurence Clinton, of Dowdiston, co. Louth, 
KagMk. gent. ; to be free of cesses and subsidies charged on the inhabi- 
tants of tho county, for his lands of Dowdoston, with consent of 
tho gentlemen and freeholders of tlio county. Provided that 
within three years he rebuild with lime and stone the bridge of 
Mapestown, tho common passage from most parts of the Palo to 
Dundalk and other northern parts, which for the safety of the 
country had been broken down during tlio wars of Shane 
0 Noyll, and shall for ever repair tlio bridge that it may be 
passable for carts and travellers, at his own cost. In consideration 
also of his having built a good castle on his lands of Dowdestown 
near the bridge, a place of great danger.— 26 May, xix. ' 

30 45 (2351.) Pardon to Edm. m'Morghe Kevanagh, of Rathe- 
padenboy, co. Carlow, gent., Gerald, Donald, and Ai-thur, 
m'Morghe Kevanaglie, of same, gentlemen, Donoghe m'Teige 
duffe M'Colletan, and Owen m'James 0 Dowill, of same, hus- 
bandmen, Edm. riagli 111 ‘Morrertagh 0 Dowill, of same, 
yeoman, Teige m'Morriertagh 0 Dowill, of ICillenerley, same co., 
kern, Wm, m'Morriertagh 0 Dowill, Melaghlin m'Morriertagh 
0 Dowill, of same, Owen douffe M'Eff'e, of Knookene, same co., 
Skean m'James 0 Dowill, of ICillenorley, same co., and Donald 
m'Cahir 0 Dowill, of same, footmon, Shean m'Peirse duffe 
O Neile, of Kilcarge, same co., Edm. duffe O Heile, of same, and 
Donoghe m'Henry duffe, of same, yeomen, Edm. Walshe 
m'Oliorles, of Ballcnowo, same co., horseman, Fergananym 
m'James O Dowill, of Dromyne, same co., husbandman, Donald 
m'Owen 0 Doyll, of Ballendouuy, and Dermot m'Owen 0 Doill, 
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husbandman, Morghe m'Oahir 0 Doill, of same, kern, Donald 
m'Morglie 0 Olovan, footman, Morghe backagh 0 Tomelty, kern, 
Morghe 0 Hirley, footman, of the same, Rorie M'Mahoune, of 
Killamiy, Shean m'Donogh, Teigo OMolinge m'Donogh, of 
same, yeomen, James riagh m'Morriertagh duffe, of Garran- 
ganon, kern, Wm. m'Gilpatrick duffe, Morriertagh m'Gilpatrick 
duffe, of same, footmen, Donald dorgh m'Donoghe oge, of Clon- 
wren, kern, Donoglie m'Kreon Kevanagh, of Ballibegge, Dermot 
m‘Kreon Kevanaghe, of same, Arthur m'Dermot Kevanagh, of 
Curragliduffe, Douling m'Dermot Kevanagh, of same, Maurice 
m‘ Dermot Kevanaghe, of same, Douling m'Breen Keranagh, of 
Tenourragh, Dermot m'Breen Kevanaghe, Donogh m'Breen 
Kevanagh, of the same, Brian m'Donill Kevanaghe, of Burreys, 
Kahir mlDonogh Kevanagh, of same, Dermot m'Donoglie, of 
Ballyboye, Morghe m‘Donoghe, of same, Edm. M'Rosse, of 
■ Ballekarny, Tirrelagli M'Teige, of Balleulohoo, Edm. m‘Donill 
duffe, of Bolleroshe, Nelan M‘e priore, of Kiloarke, and Arthur 
M‘.e priore, of same, gentlemen, Donoghe reagli M'Morrertagh, 
of Killemon, horseman, Donald owir M'Morriertagh, and Edm. 
roo M'Morriertagh, of the same, kerns, Owen m'Melaghlm 
O Rian, of Gurtin, Donald owir M‘Conchor, of Killemon, kern, 
Eerdorgh M'Conchor, Shean M'Conchor, of the same, and Ennes 
roo 0 Itoliee, of Tenranny, kerns, Wm. 0 Molinge, of same, 
horseboy, Edm. m'Dennot Kevanaghe, of Polmontey, horseman, 
Wm. Meigher, of Knockone, and Conclior 0 Meigher, of same, 
kerns, all in said eo. Carlow, Brian 0 Kelly, of Anniston, co. 
Wexford, and Shean Daniell, of Ballileghe, same co., husband- 
men, Dorrsn ny Leiseagh 0 More, of Rosse, spinster, Donald 
m'Edin. duffe, of Ballehane, co. Carlow, Gerald Sutton, ot Bal- 
lokellolce, co. Woxforcl, Patr. Sutton, of Balligarvi, same 
co., and Ronland Barron, of Clare, same co., gentlemen, 
Patr. roo Sutton fits Tho., of Ballikee, oo. Wexford, kern, 
John. Bhinchfold, of same, Shean m‘Donogh eglesshan, ot 
Stokiston, co. Wexford, husbandmen, Hob. duffe niWm. Poer, 
of same, horseman, Shane m‘Wm. m'Nioh. Poer, of Balliwalkin, 
same oo. kern, Edm. Poer, of S. Bernard, same co„ horseman, 
Shean m‘Wm. Power, of Rathetenry, same co., and Effe boy 
0 Hikv, of same, kerns, Peirse m'Wm. Pouer, of Clonsharragh, 
same co., and Rich. Pouer m'Enobb, of same, horsemen^ Peu-se 
m‘Rich. Pouer, of same, horseboy, Patr. Ketmge fitz Rich., ot 
Johnston, same oo., gent., Fergananym MPMomertagh, of same, 
kern, James Canton, of same, horseboy, Shean nriDonill ORian, 
of Tenran, same oo., Edm. m‘Domll 0 Rian, Henry m Sheion 
roo 0 Rian, Teige oge 0 Rian, and Fergananym nriSkeron roo 
ORian, of the same, horsemen. Security to be given moo. 
Carlow within 6 months, as in 897 . Fine £20.— May, xix. 
The actual date of delivery was 17 Oct., xvm., hut was changed y 
direction of the lord deputy “ for that there was no sessions holden 
or justice of the peace in the said county” (to receive the security) 
till tho later date. . . _ . .. x . 

3046 (2574) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvu.) to James 
English. Roche, gent., son to the [viscount Roche] ; of the castle or manor 
of Oldecostelton, co. Cork, lands in Castelton, BaByi^mon Balh- 
phillipp, and Ardesooe, Ballyveston, Kyhlarrk, and 
and Kvlclonye, parcels of the said manor, the castle or maum of 

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1577 . Fiants — Elizabeth. 

Michelston and the town of Kilcoglilane, with a came and a half 
of land, in the tenure of dame Ellenor Fitz Desmonde, widow of 
J olm oge Fitz Gibbone Gerralde, attainted, as part of her jointure ; 
all are parcels of the possessions of the said John oge fitz John 
Gibbone, attainted. To hold for 21 years. Rout £3 18s. id., 
for the manor of Oldecastelton, and for the manot of Michels- 
towne during the life of dame Ellenor one grain of wheat, and 
afterwards 43s. id. Provisions as in 2938. Fine 77 s. id. — 28 
May, xix. 

30 47 (2464.) Commission to Win. Gerrard, lord chancellor, Tho., 
English, earl of Ormond, Tho. archb. of Ardmagh, A. archb. of Dublin, 
Gerald, earl of Kildare, Hugh, bishop of Meath, Rob. bishop of 
Kildare, Chr., baron of Delvyn, Barnabe, baron of Xlpperossory, 
sir Edward Fitton, lent., sir Nich. Bagnall, sir John Plunket, 
sir Lucas Dillon, knights, Nich. Whit, esq., sir Henry Colley, 
sir Nich. Malbey, lcnights, Fr. Agard, J olm Clialloner, esquires, 
sir John Garvey, dean, sir Tho. Fitzwilliam, lent., the mayors 
of Dublin and Drogheda, Launcelot Alford, Roger Maynwaring, 
Jaques Wyndfeild, Tho. Whitton, Geo. Acworth, Randall Travel', 
doctor of physic, Edw. Moore, esq., John TJssher, of Dublin, 
alderman, Nich. Walsh, chancellor of S. Patrick’s, John Kerny, 
treasurer of the same, John Ball, archdeacon of Glandelagh, 
Ambrose Forth, David Olere, dean of Waterford, Anth. Colclough, 
Rob. Garvey, tho sovereigns of Kells, Kilkenny, Rosse and 
Wexford, and the portrieves of Trym, Athboy, and Navan ; to 
he commissioners for ecclesiastical causes throughout the realm, 
to enquire, by all means, of offences against the acts of supremacy 
and uniformity, and all heretical opinions, seditious hooks, con- 
spiracies, and scandalous words against tho queen ; to search out 
and correct all persons who obstinately absent themselves from 
divine service as by law appointed; to determine all disturbances 
in church against the service ; to correct all heresies, schisms, and 
offences spiritual and ecclesiastical, which by ecclesiastical power 
may bo corrected by censures, ecclesiastical deprivation or other- 
wise ; to search out ail masterless men, quarrollors, vagrant and 
suspect porsons, and all assaults and frays ; to hear complaints of 
any who for religion or the contracting of lawful matrimony have 
been deprived of lands or offices spiritual or temporal, and to 
restore such, removing the usurpers ; to hear and determine adul- 
teries, fornications, and other ecclesiastical crimes ; with power 
to summon witnesses and to punish by fine and imprisonment. 
The lord chancellor to appoint a registrar and a receiver of fines. 
The commissioners may also administer the oath of supremacy to 
all ecclesiastical persons, and all temporal officers having the 
queen’s wages. The commissioii for ecclesiastical causes dated at 
Westminster, 14 June x,, is revoked; but power is reserved to 
these commissioners to recover the amount of fines and forfeited 
recognizances not yet paid in. 3 mev ibrancs. (Part destroyed. 
The defective clauses are supplied from the similar commission 
No. 3166.) — [ ] May, xix. . 

30 48 (5804.) Commission for military affairs in Connaught similar 
to No. 2884. The eaii of Essex is omitted, Rowland, bishop of 
Clonfert is added to the commission. Malbey is described as a 
knight, ’Thomas Dillon as chief justice of Connaught, and Vaghan s 
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30 49 (5808. ) Commission to the same persons as the preceding with 
the addition of Edward FitzSymon, esq., serjeant at laws, John 
Bathe, esq., attorney general, and Bichard Beling, esq., principal 
solicitor ; to he justices and commissioners within the province 
of Connaught, to take recognizances and do all other things con- 
tained in the deputy’s instructions, and to hear and determine all 
actions real or personal in the province, which may he brought 
by hill or writ. —Not dated (Presumably of same date as the pre- 
ceding). 

3050 (0631-) Ghaut (under queen’s instructions, 2 Aug., 1575) to 
Barnard Fitzpatrick, lent., lord of Upper Ossorie : of a messuage 
in Marihroughe, the lands of Disertebehee and Ballenedane, ICil- 
tibrownyne, Cromocke, and Olonecurry, Cloneveliane, and Kilma- 
gouder alias Kilmagoude, Dirrekeryne, Ballenry, and Ballihoebeg, 
Ardleino alias Ardlasse, Clonedoagehesse, Capalagehenine, Bal- 
modaghe, Boscoltaine alias Roseoladne, and Tenelcillc, Queen’s 
CO. r t'o hold tor ever, by the service of [ ] part of a knight’s 

feo. Rent £10 11s. 9d. Maintaining three English horsemen. 
Other provisions as in No. 474, substituting Maryborough for 
Philipstown and Queen’s for King’s county. The clause requiring 
attendance at hostings is immediately operative. Instead of that 
referring to alienation, is one forbidding any alienation, without 
license under the great seal, on pain of forfeiture of the lands 
alienated. See 3522. Fine [£101] 12s.— 4 Juno, xix. 

3051 (2440.) Commission to capt. W m. Collyer, esq. ; to execute 

English, martini law in the King’s co., as in 218. 6 June, xix. 

3052 (0019.) Surrender by Robert Bysse, gent. ; of the rectories of 
Dirpatricko, the Graungo of Tullemeathane, and the Old Parish, 
co. Meath, and. a house and garden in the parish of S. James, in 
the suburbs of Dublin, held under lease No. 14G2. Not dated 
(but not later than the following Jiant). 

30 53 (2550.) Louse (under commission, 6 Aug., xvu.) to Rob. Bysso ; 
English, of the rectories of Dirpatricko, &c, asm the preceding J posscs- 
B ions of tlio abbey of S. Thomas the Martyr, Dublin. To hold 
for 21 years . Rent £8 13s. id. for the rectories, and 8s. for 
the house, Provisions as in 2970. Fine £9 Is. — 6 June, xix. 
q 0 c ;4 (2582 ) License to Roger Mainwaringe, esq., chief remem- 
brancer of the Exchequer; to be absent in England until 
Christinas.- 7 June, xix. 

3055 (2C12.) Grant to Tho. Hillmge, gent. ; reciting the statute 
En « J Ed. IV., imposing a tax on foreign vessels coming to Ireland 

to fish, which had become disused ; of the office of searcher of 
such vessels, and receiver and collector of the said duties of 
13s. 4d. a year each, and 2s. for smaller boats. To hold during 
pleasure, accounting to the deputy. — 8 Juno, xix. 

3056 (2549.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvu.) to Tho Taihor, 
v n „ t ■ of the rectory of Killauglie, co. Kilkenny, parcel of the 

rf a*bb.y ot i. Thomas Hie K-g. 

To hold for 21 years. Rent 40s. Provision as in 2967. Ime 
4.0s. — 10 Jiuio, xix. , , „ , 

30 57 ( 2355.) Pardon to Rich, fits John, of Tipperkeagh cm Galway, 
gent. Security as in 897. At the special suit of M'Wyllam 

Eisrhter. — 13 June, xix. , . . „ 

3058 “(2603.) Grant to Tirelagh 0 Bnen, esq, son to sir Donell 
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Corclcamurwoa and Barren, eo. Glare. To hold during good 
behaviour, with powers as in Mo. 2190. Dated at Galway, 8 
March, 1575. — 14 June, xix. 

30 59 (2350.) Pardon to Edm. Savadgo alias Fardoragli m Semshall, 
of Little Ardes, co. Down, Patr. hoye Savadg, Robert roo Savadg, 
James m'Genicoke Savadg, and Rich. M'Owen, of the same place, 
gentlemen. — 15 June, xix. . 

3060 (2159.) Authority to Henry Harrington, to search ior goods 
Ea g u»h. exported contrary to the law, and to search those imported that the 
customs may not suffer from any imperfect entry, and to seize 
such as are legally forfeited, retaining one half of such forfeitures. 
Recites that through the negligent and corrupt dealings of 
searchers, water bailiffs, and other officers, in Waterford, Wexford, 
Dublin, Drouglieda, and Dundalk, quantities of gold and silver 
coin, bullion, plate and jewels are concealed and carried beyond 
sea to the “ disfumiture of the treasure” of the realm, and. 
divers wares forbidden by law to be exported, as wheat and 
other kinds of grain, beef, lard, bacon, butter, tallow, wax, wool, 
flocks, tanned leather, sheep fell, goat fell, and ueer fell, linen 
yam, hawks, hobbies, and horses, are exported in great abundance, 
causing great scarcity to the queen’s garrisons, and injury to the 
common weal of the realm. — 15 June, xix. 

3081 (2439.) Commission to captain Wm. Perce, esq.; to execute 
English, martial law throughout the Great and Little Ardes, as in 218. 

15 June, xix. 

3062 (2441.) Commission to Bryan m'Cahoire m'Arto Cavanaughs ; 
English, to executo martial law in the baronies of Syinolyn, Balean, and 

Monckeland, in the co. Wexford, as in 218, upon his own people 
and no further. — 20 Juno, xix. 

3063 (2020.) License to Tho. Oshileaghor, of the abboy of Fetherd, 
English. David Haclcctt, Wm. Youngo, John Harte, Philip Wale, and 

James Boiton, of Oasliell, merchants, within tho orosse of the 
co, Tipperary ; to make and soil aquavit® for two years, in 
the said abbey and town. Bocitcs the statute 3 & 4 Ph. an 
Mary, forbidding the making of aquavit® without license .— M 

June, xix. T ,, 

30 64 (2356.) Pardon to Rich. Bellewo, of Kilsaran, co. Louth, esq., 
late sheriff of that county, Roger Gernon, of Stabanan, and Edw. 
Plunket, of Whiterathe, both in same co., gentlemen, iho. 
Dillon, and Wm. More, of Drogheda, apprentices; “of the which 
two are the young men of Drogheda that are condemned. 22 
June, xix. .. ■ , 

30 65 (2548.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvu.) to Arthur 
English. Breortou, gent. ; of the tithe corn of Galtrim, and two parfs of 
the tithe turf there, parcel of tho rectory of Galtrim, co Meath. 
To hold for 21 years. Rent ■£«. Provision as m 2967. line 
sS6. — 25 June, xix. 

30 66 (2572.) Lease (undor commission, 0 Aug., xvii.)to James and 
English. Edw. Ouft’o, gentlemen ; of the rectories of S. Columbe, efE^es- 
tioke, Rossliesshynnan or Rosshmnan, Kilhecke and , Killaghe, 
Kilcowghan, tho Newton of Lynnan, Aghertie m Ossorie b. 
Michaelles, in tho country of Comsie, Kyllino, in the country o 
MacGilpatricke, Stradbally, in co. Waterford cos : for 
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1577 . Fiants.— Elizabeth. 

21 years. Rent £17 14s. 4 cl. Not to alien without license. 
Fine £17 14s. id.— 26 June, xix. 

30 67 (5868.) Grant (under commission, 6 Aug., xvii.) to William 
Erurye, knt., lord president of Munster; of the wardship and 
marriage of Florence alias Fynen, son and heir of Donat 
M'Cartliie, of Kilbirtane, co. Cork, knt. ; and the custody of his 
lands. To hold during minority. Rent £5 6s. 8 d. Fine £16. 
— 2 July, xix. 

30 68 (2621.) License to the mayor, bailiffs, and commonalty, of 
E» g li»fc. Corke ; that every person of the company of shoemakers of that 
city, being free of the corporation, may tan, curry, and dress, 
hides and leather, except sheepfell and deerfell, provided they 
give security not to issue any leather insufficiently tanned, and 
to offer their work at reasonable rates. Recites the statute 11 
Eliz,, prohibiting milicensed tanning, and that there are no 
tanners or curriers in the city. — 8 July, xix. 

30 69 (2317.) Pardon to Derrnot M'Fynyn of Duffcarrig, co. Cork, 
gent Thady M'Done, Donogho in ballagh, Maurice 0 Cahill, 
Derrnot M'Donill, Derrnot duffe.Teig M'Thomas, Win. M'Thomas, 
Philip M'Thomas, Murriertagh oge, Derrnot M'Donill, and 
Conoghor rwo 0 Raly, of the same, kerns, Tliady M Shane of 
Palice, same co., gent., Cormuck M'Owen, Donogho M'Owen, 
Murrihowe M'Shane, Donogho 0 Salle, Derrnot M'Teig, and 
Moele m'Teige move, of the same, kerns, Fiarene M'Teige, of 
Glanileske, same co., gent., Awly M'Teige, of same, gent., Downe 
M'Artc, of same, Derrnot Barre, of Inge, same co., Rory oge, oi 
Glanfleako, and Derrnot M'Fynyne, of same, kerns, men of 
Donill, oarl of Olancave. Security as in 897. Fine one oow 



each. — 6 Aug., xix. .. „ _ , ,, 

3070 (2323.) Pardon to Rory 0 Donogho alias 0 Donogho More, 
of Rosso in Desmond, co. Cork, gent., David m'Shane bwye, of 
ICyllnynoso, Donald, Ee, and Thady m'Shane bwye, of the same 
Donald rwo m'Conoghor M'Diermedy, of Knockrire Dei-mod 
m'Oonoghor, of Lissnycarrigie, Conoghor M'Diermed, Donald 
M'Diermod, of same, Teig in'Donill M'Teig, of Dromnevane 
Conoghor ui'Douill M'Dierniod, of same, Donald I Drym, of 
Kyllernmoy, Donogho m'Diormed ogo, of Awallvoieke, Owen 
M'Gullyduffe, Tyxrelagh M'Gullyduff, of same, and John Ley, 
of Acy tone, kerns, Gullycudy M'Donell of Aghydowe, gent., 
German M'Owen, of the Agilis, Donogho M Owen, Owen 
M'Teig, and' Diermod M'Teig, of same, kerns^ Murowghow 
0 Conill, of Palis, Donogho 0 Fally, kern, Teig M Shane, 
Conoghor M'Teig, Donald ny Tuboridd, Donogho M Teig, Meole 
move M'Teig, Owen M'Teig, Dermod Bearhy, Diermod m Owen 
M'Teig, and Diermod m'Teig merigagh, of the same, kerns, Teig 
O Donoghowe, of Kilarney, Conoghor M'Diermod, kern, Donell 
M'Diermod, Shiarihi M'Maliowny, Reyry nough, of the same, 
Teig M'Donell, of Downe Carrig Diermod M Fynyne, o : same 
M'Donill More, of Duffoarng, David m Teig Y Mulcahy, of 
Dowecai-rigg, and Owen m'Teig M'Owen, of Fahagh, kerns, and 
Fynyn m'Teige merigagh, of Kyllarny, all in the said county. 
Security as in 897. Fine one oow each. The earl of Olancare 
is a suiter for this pardon.” — 6 Aug., xix. n , 

3071 (2304.) Pardon to Nicholas duffe Lynche fitz George, of 
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1577 . Fiants — Elizabeth. 

3072 (5869.) Grant (under commission, G Aug., xvii.), to Richard 
J)ezee, of Forbotestoue, co. Westmeath, gent, ; of the wardship 
and marriage of Meiler Faye, son and heir of Richard who was 
son and heir of Geoffry Faie, late of Tromroe, co. Westmeath, 
gent. ; and custody of his lands. To hold during minority. 
Rent '.£5, retaining .£5 for maintenance of the minor. Fine £5. 

— 30 Aug., xix. 

30 73 (2302.) Pardon to Win. Cork rime, of Dublin, peawtrer, and 
Rich. Casy, of Oourtdufc, co. Dublin, cottier.— 1 Sept., xix. 

3074 (2565.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvii.), to Tho. Cotton 
Si, E iiaii. and John Dongan, of Dublin, gent. ; of an old castle, lands, and 
the half of a seventh part of a water mill in Garkill, and a castle 
and lands in Ballycayslan, co. Carlow, possessions of ' Gerald 
m'Chaire, late of Garkill, co. Carlow, attainted, the rectory of 
Aghtynagh alias Aghennagh, the manor or towns of Ballybrolce 
and Grenan bordering upon the Irish countries called the Moores 
and M‘Gilpatvioks, in the county of Kilkenny and the parts of 
Tipper Osserie, possessions of the abbey of S. Thomas, the 
Martyr, Dublin, the rectories of Kileowle and Ballionlackinge, 
with the tithes of Gargenehisse and the Grange, co. Tipperary, 
possessions of the monastery of Kileowle, co. Tipperary. To 
hold for 21 years. Rent £12 6s. 8 d. Fine £12 6s. &cl— 

3 Sep., xix. 

30 75 (2327.) Pardon to Robert Pierson, of Droughda, merchant, 
Hick. Cayrns, James Elcoclce, Tho. Pierson, merchants, Edm. 
Pollard, glover, Patr. Flemyug, hnshandman, Henry Heels, 
tailor, Geo. Vordon, cottier, Tho. Missott and Rich. Russell, 
merchants, of tho same place. Fine 20s.— 4 Sept., xix. 

30 76 (2299.) Pardon to tJllig fife Wm. Bourcko, of Kiltcanna, 
horseman, David fife TJllig Bourcko, of same, Walter fife John 
Bourcko, of Lyssonkoyll, Theobald. fit/. John Bourcko, of same, 
Tho. fitz J ohn Bourcko, of same, Mooriry fife John Bourcko, of 
same, GcollVcy fit/. David Bourcko, of Drongan, John fitz Wm. 
Bourcko, of Koppagh, Rich, fife David Bourcko, of samo, Rich, 
fife Tho. Bourck, of Kylariry, Xhady maoShean Y Quyrok, of 
Cloynlwysk, Mahown m'Ricard Y Quirek, of Koylloquyrck, 
Rodmund fitz Tho, Bourcko, of Syngnimgli, Rich, fitz Tho. 
Bourck, of same, Carnaby mae Donoglio Y Brian, of Balycahan, 
and Tho. oge Butler, of Glare, kerns, Tliady mao Conla Y Clowayn, 
of Kuockordan, yeoman, Tho. fitz John Bouroke, of Cula, Rich, 
fitz John Bouroke, of same, and TJllig fitz John Bouroke, of 
same, husbandmen, and Dermot mao Teig Y Hirnaiu, of Dory- 
olona, kern, in co. Tipperary. Security as in 897. Pine one 
cow each. — 5 Sept., xix. 

30 77 (2303.) Pardon to Daniil O’Brien, of Inenysheaynan, co. Glare, 
lent., Maurus or Morogh O Brion, of Cal lit] Italian, Murriertagh 
m'Conor O Brion, of Browmlyn, Tirrolagh fitz Doimill 0 Brian, 
of Ballynoliickcn, and Teig m'Donogh MlTirrelegli, of Moghdony 
(county mot stated), gontleimm, Morieriagh 0 Keryn, of Inslieo- 
laghta, yeoman, Connoghor M’Eiiavviok, of Downmor, gent., 
Teig mac Donill Yicormaiu, of Gloghains, and Dermot mac 
' Omioghor I Lanegain, of Ballykoyly, yeomen, Donogho ganoagh 
m’Rossa M‘Rory, of Cahircloglian, Shane 0 Konowe, of Baluy- 
chonowe, Ricoard O Teavnoy, of Fyny, Rory ogo M‘Egilleduf, of 
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Fiants— Elizabeth. 

Ony m'Riccard M'Gillereogh, of Downmicffeilem, gentlemen, 
Dermot 0 Kahili, of Tyregownyn, yeoman, Edm. alta O’Conoghor, 
of Killeilagh, Donill m'Rory Y Knoghor of Lissilanaine, Donald 
mac Teig I Knoglior, of Gian, Conoghor Mac Egillednf, of Ange, 
Tii'relagli encrompain, of Oromlyn, and Conoghor mac Donill I 
Brien, of Innislulymain, gentlemen, Melmorry m‘Edm. Mao Owen, 
of Moglianvicgillevick {county not stated), yeoman, Eugenius 
more O’Faliee, of Kahirmenayn, smith, Donogho lea mao Murri- 
ertagh oge, of Kiltain, Donell maoDermod I Brien, of Bally- 
eriffy, Dormod m‘Tirrelagh mantagli, of Island Arren, Tirrelagh 
merriggagh 0 Loghlin, of Kahircloggan, Teig M'Gilfadnck, of 
Lizard in Ibriccan, and Kali ire 0 Flanegan, of Crosse, gentlemen, 
Democl merriggagh 0 Kinregan, of Afnoke, yeoman, Maccon 
m‘Shydy M'Lakelen, of Rossree, Teig endownee mac Donogho 
M‘Murriertagh, of Crovareghan, Morroghe meall “-‘Teig oge 
Yaokey, of Ballyviokody, Morroglie m‘Mumertegh Y Brien, ot 
Kahircroggraine, Donill macMumertagh I Brien, of same, 
Conoghor mac Dermodie Mac Tirrelagli, of Agherem, and Mur- 
riertak mac Teig oge Yaokey, of Ballivicoody gentlemen, Gille- 
duf 0 Heliir, of Garrynegry, Tin-elagli mao Dermody I Brian, 
of Dromynnoglasse, Conoghor mac Rery M Loghlin, of Balliaffa, 
Shane m'Rery, of same, Teig m‘Domll O Gnffy, of Kilcrush, 
yeomen, Donill maoDermody 0 Daa, of Disert gent., Conoghor 
m'Dermody oge 0 Daa, of same, Conoghor mao Dermody O Daa, 
of same, Mauliown nTLoghlin 0 Daa, of Ballyneleky, and. Mur- 
riortagh M‘Incorrigy, of Loglibollykm, yeomen, all (with two ex- 
ertions) in the co. Olarp. Security as m 897. Eme one cow 

B078 lt (2315.) ' Pardon to Conor, earl of Thomond, Donatus or Donogh 

3O7 0GriuUley alias Snaightoe, Donaldus or Dornll mac Mortagh, 
Tliadeus or Teig mao Mortagh 0 Gorman, Edm. roe M Sheneigh, 
Donill Mac Slieyny, Eugenius or Owen Mae Shoyny, and Teig 
Sue GBMrick, gentlemmi, Movriertegh duff 0 Eynergh, husband- 
man, Mahowno liogh Mac Gilfadnk, and Dermiouis or Doimocl 
merriggegU Mac Gyllcreogh, gentlemen, Conoghor 0 Connell, 
Teonnm, °Donogh 0 Connell, horseman, Conoghor mao Sham 
Kanghey, and Conoghor 0 Mulrony, gentlemen, Marmis or 
MorrodicO Bowlain, kern, Donill 0 Gelleham, Owen 0 Mul- 
lowmi Murtagli 0 Connowe, and Theobald Mac Biccard,h^and- 
men Teig keigh Mac Mahowne, Eossee O Loghlm, Mallaghlm 
kaim 0 Lo<dilin, Conoghor oge mac Conoghor MacMahown, Tho. 
mac Conoghor MacMahowne, Teig Edwen m'Rory Mac ne Mar- 
rev and Rickerd m'Dowein Mac Gfflereogh, gentlemen, Roiy 
more 0 Coleynan, husbandman, Conoghor m Bohele M 
pi „i 10 „ Maliowne 0 Da, yeoman, and Tirrelegh carregh 

gttK'JSnr*. .ja -i - ss%~ ” 

897 excepting the earl. Fme one cow each, — 5 bept., x x. 

omn C2305 ■) Pardon to David Barry, of Buttevant, oo. Cork, esq., 

3 7 fv/rlldbidcrndj“arnes, gent., -James m‘Edm. Barry, of Balli- 
Geiald biaclto rn uea , s - q£ Magnerst owne, Dlligg 

veesloynye David of Poulchurry, 

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1577, Fiants Elizabeth. 

M'Mawhowno, Conor oge m'Conor m'Donoglio, Edm. ni‘Shane 
M'Kenedy, Donald bwy O Mlawnye, Win. duff 0 Hogans, James 
balluff m'Shane oge M'Cottier, Philip m'Tlio. M'Nicliolas, 
James fitz Wm. oge M'Cottier, Rich. m'Sliane lyegli, Nich, 
m'Jeames Barry, of Brohunny, Gerald m'Shane m'Jeames, Rich. 
m'Sliane m'Jeames, John m'Rioli. reougli, Rich. m'Shane m'David 
Barry, John m'Chven 0 Pliealan, Donald reogh M'Roury, Owen 
m'Teige ny brydy, Sliane ny Carrigy m'Rieh. m'Jeames, James 
m'Ricli. reogh M'Prior, Donogho m'Dermot M'Fynin, David 
m‘Wm. m'Sliane 0 Hoe, Conor m'Dermot m'Sliane I Hee, Shane 
oge m'Shane m'Robart Barry, Maurice 0 Spillan, Demiot reogh 
0 Connell, Donell roe O Cullan, Dermot Doawne, Wm. m'Ricli. 
m'Edm. Barry, Fynin m'Arte m'Donoglio I Kiefe, Wm. m'Edm. 
M'Cottier, Meanus m'Conor m'Donoglio I Kiefe, Macingill of 
Ballingill, Rory M'Donill, Gerald m'Shane M'Cottier, Edin. 
m'Shane M'Cottier, Wm. m'Philip m'David Booh, and Tho. 
duffe 0 Clanohey. Security as in 897. Fine one eow each.— 5 
Sept., xix. 

30 80 (2322.) Pardon to Donald m'Teige M'Carty, of Carrignemoke, 
gent., Thady m'Dermod M'Maliowne, of Inshealle, and JoHn 
Riehward, of Eiehewardstowne, gentlemen, Donogho 0 Cronine, 
of same, John m'Donoglio M'Moroglio, of Kileree, Edm. 
m'Donoglio 0 Morogho, of same, Cnoghor m'Donnod 0 Morogho, 
of Doromeone, Donald m'Dermed O Morogho, of same, John 
m'Dermod 0 Riurdau, of Kiltumorogli, Donogho m'Donill 
0 Riurdane, of Kilkobuet, Matthew m'Donill O Riurdan, of 
same, Conor m'Donill 0 Morogho, of Rioliewardstowne, Brien 
m'Owen M'Swoyno, of Culnetuborod, givlloglas, John m'Donoglio 
Y Gogan, of same, galloglas, John m'Mlaglilon Y Reordan, 
of Kilnedry, yooman, David fitz John Roeli, of Kilialiayly, 
co. Waterford, gent., Gerald m'Wm. Y Oghcron, of Acliar- 
ren, horseman, Philip Rocli, of Balleruaticke, gout., Gerald 
fttz Edm. Lnudir, of Goganrath, and John O Mlawney, of Creig, 
yeomen, John lndir Barry, of Lemlare, gout., Philip Roeli fitz 
Philip, of Kinsale, merchant, Rich. Roeli fitz Rich., of Corck, 
merchant, Matthew m'Donoglio O . Melingaine, of ICilbarry, 
husbandman, and John m'Teige 0 Hengorltye alias Harrengton, 
of Downebekhanc, gent. Security as in 897. Fine one cow 
each. — 5 Sept., xix. 

3081 (2577.) Lease (under commission, G Aug., xvii.) to Tho. Extor; 

EngH»u. of the site of the house of friars preachers of Rathbranna by_ the 
sea in tlic country of M'Wattou Barred, co. Maio, a quarter of 
land extending to Clonoboye, Cloynemoilen, Acknoycko alias 
Naoglanie, Nacglaintie, and Mora alias Nalioltora, same eo. 
To hold for 21 years. Rent 1 7s. 9 Jd. Provisions as in 2938. 
Fine 17s. 9.1 — 8 Sojit., xix. 

30 32 (2290.) Pardon to Donogho M'Cormock, of Loghir, gent., 
Wm. m'GHledufr O Morogho, yooman, Donogho m'Dermot 
O Swollywan, Owen m'Cragli 0 Swollyvan, J ohn m'Shiarhy 
0 Oonill, Thady m'Awloy O Swollyvan, Owen oge m'Brien 
Y Kasliie, Conor ogo 0 Ilorrolehie, Donoglio m'Meanish 
0 Bugler, John m'Conor Y Conell, Philip in'Sliano Y Conell, 
Donoglio m'Dermod duffe 0 Swollyvan, Conor m'Sliane 
0 Swollovan, John fitz Edmond 0 Morogho, John oge OConill, 

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Fiants.— Elizabeth. 

Ricliard 0 Regan, Tirrelagli oge M'Swynie, Moroglie M'Awley, 
ot Dowalle, gent., Conor m'Dermod Y ICallekhane, of Dromore, 
Cornelius or Conor m‘Teige gancagli Y ICallekbane, Tlio. 
England, of Dromore, yeoman, Moriertagh m‘Mlaghlin MtAwly, 
cent. Teige 0 Slienekkame, yeoman, Teige fitz Ednmnd alias 
Annary O Moroglio, Teige m ‘Edmond 0 Moroglio, Donogho 
m'Shane O Moroglie, horseboy, Donogho m‘Donill 0 Moroglio, 
Dermod endange OSolevan,‘of Biary, gent., Donogho m‘Denis 

Y <diolcghaue, of Donbwy, yeoman, Cnoghor. m'Donogho 

Y Woroglio, of Bayntry, yeoman, Tlio. M‘ David, of Biarre, 
Awlley 0 Holleghan, Dermod M'Edmond, and Derby ui'Rory 
M'Carty, of same, yeomen, Edm. m'Gulleduffe M'Swyny, oi 
Kilbarry, galloglas, David 0 Montane, of Brattvilstown, John 
m‘Philip O Flail ewan, of Kilmelooe, and Donogho m'Awley 
olonelio, of Glawneeroome, yeomen, Dei-mod m'Conor I 
Hollo fi 'lian of Kilmecomoke, priest, Matthew or Mawliown 
O Douyen, of Bantry, Cnoghor m‘Donill m'Rory M'Carty of 
Diowmononell, Teige m‘Shane m‘Dermod OSolewan, Feylim 
m‘Donill M'Caxty alias gortagh, of Ardry, and Dondl reogli 
m'Dermod vie Owen Y Ghouley, of Comner, yeomen, Donogho 
0 Galleghowe, of Curremffler, galloglas Doiull oge gortagh 
M‘Carty, of Ardry, yeoman, and Dermod m‘Donell y Kilty, m 
CO Cork. Security as in 897. Fine one cow each.— 6 Sept, lax. 

3083 (2321.) Pardon to Keallagliane m‘Teig M'Caithy, of the 
Greatcastell, co. Cork, gent, Donogh m-Hhaae 0 Keallagliane 
of sumo, husbandman, Fynyne m‘Oen 0 Keallagliane, o 
Oariggydroliid, clerk, Philip m'Donyll Y Murrugkow, of Blarny 
kern, Tliady 0 Hingirdill, of Caliinnucky, Tliady m Dermed 
O Mahowuy, of Knoeknegowlo, husbandmen, Dermed oig 
0 Leary, of Carigucgyellagh, Conoglior m'Dermed 0 Leary, oi 
Ba me, and Donogh 0 Ryurdane, of ICykenshyam, yeomen, 
Fiuyuo m‘Teig MMahowny, of Moviddy, gent, Mahowne 
111 ‘Toig M'Maliowne, of same, kern, John Crony no, of Coik, 
and Dominic Myagli fitz Gorot, of same, merchants, Hugh oi 
Ea m'Conoghor Y Veagliir, of Ballynenan, husbandman, 
Romund m'David Barry, of Rathnysky, gent, Donald m Da 
Y Erlyhy, of Rw, husbandman, James oig Roch, of Knywyi, 
oo Cork, gent, David Roche fitz James, of same, gent, Wm. 

0 Conillane, of. Carignemuok, yeoman, J hat |y “ 

0 Hyerlyhy, of Ballyworny, yeoman Donald m Wm . O Mur- 
rugluuv, of Inialcoyn, Donald m‘Dermed O Murrughow, of Muck- 
romhy Conoglior m'Dermed 0 Murughow, of same John 
O KwUayn, of Garranedurragh, Donald m'Shmie 0 Keallagliane, 
of Blarny, Keallagliane ra‘Wohny 0 Keallagliane, of Garnggy- 
droiiid, John 0 Hyerlyhy, of Ballyworny, John 0 lyurdane, of 
Bonnriutf (Wvnar O RviuklaiiG, o t same, an cl JNicxi. lyiry, oi 
CmSwohiU, yeomen Tliady OKyefe, of Shandoncastell , and 
X arl », u ’,7 , A r„,, v of Curryeryenan, husbandmen, 
Tlmdf OKyefcTof Knockycarg^, gent Owen M'Fynyne of 
Li yriicky, Tliady M‘Donyll, of Ballyrysode, Fynyne m‘Oonoghor 
S Y Mahowny, of Rossebryn -d Donogh 0 Kea^ne, rf 
.. Cwolig, kerns. Security as m 897. Dme one cow each. 

qnsi moVTpardon to Eugenius or Onhy M‘Rickard, of Arloe, 
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1577. Hants — Elizabeth. 

gentlemen, Tliady nPDonogho M'Mwrigho, Wm. m'Teig 
m'Donogho, Tliady m'Morrihirtig fun, Murihirtagh oge 
M'Mwrihirtagli, Mwrihirtugb nriDiermod roa, Tlio. 111 ‘Teig 
Ingheirigli, and YVm. m‘Teig boy, husbandmen, all of same place. 
Security as in 897. Pine one cow each. — G Sept., xix. 

30 85 (2309.) Pardon to James Oreaghe, of Corke, merchant, Wm. 
Connell, John Oreaghe, George Goole fitz Maurice, of the same, 
Philip Roche, of ICinsale, merchant, James Tankard, of Corke, 
Rob. Coppenger fitz Echn,, Philip Martell, Rich. Lavallin, James 
Ploore, James Meiaghe fitz Rich., Dominick Meiaglie fitz Gerrat, 
of the same, merchants, and Tho. Philpott, of same, yeoman. 
Security as in 897. Fine, at the discretion of the lord president 
and council of Munster. — G Sept., xix. 

3086 (2311.) Pardon to Maurice Lea, of Argowle, co. Limerick, 
gent, Donald fiowne 0 Maddane, of Eoliglasse, Donald m'Donill 
m’Tirrelie of Klankenody, of Ballyngarry, J olm Lasy, of Bal- 
lingarry, Maurice Ley, of Ardgowla, Cosnaygli M ! Clanaghye, of 
Ballyrobard, Wm. Roch, of Gorlce, alderman, and Patr. Grant, 
of Waterford, gent. Security as in 897. Fine one cow each. — 
6 Sept., xix. 

30 87 (2316.) Pardon to Tirrelagh 0 Loghelen, of Glanoullomkilly, 
co. Glare, Rosse M‘Howny, of Pliolagli, Donogho reogh 
M'Mawhown, of Ralmnagh, Dennod O Bri.cn m'Morihorty, of 
Cahircrakan, Donald Brien, of same, Edm, M'Gomyn, of Tare- 
mode, Farres M'Awney, of Kopagh, Briou M'Mawhown, of 
KiUeldiane, Donald nierogagh, of Moline, Donogh M‘Mahowno, 
of Brogoyghe, and Loghelen 0 Gavan, of Ballyholelmnc. Security 
at in 897. Fine 0110 cow oacli. — G Soph., xix. 

3088 (6124.) Pardon to John Meiaghe, of Corke, esq. ; of all aliena- 
tions and intrusions in tho lands of Bullim'william, Kilgarrevan, 
Bingmayne, Ballinkorrego in tho grout island, Cooloroo, Bal- 
loghkony, and Ballinmicholl, co, Cork. Fine ,£10. — G Sopt., 
xix. 

30 89 (2293.) Pardon to Slieano Mac No Marrec, of Crappog, co. 
Clare, gent, Conor ogo Mao Conor, of Kilbreakein, gent, Teige 
mac Maliowne mac Oen I Kcrmedo, of Meagliill, yeoman, 
Moriertagh cam Mac Conor, of Knocklogby, Conor oge Mac 
Conor, of same, Tho. Mao Conor, of same, and Murriertagh 
M'Glauoky, of Urlin, gentlemen. Rich. m‘Doyn Mac Gillcreogh, 
of ICilglassy, and Donogho ogo M'Glanclcy, of Kilmalire, horse- 
men, Donogho 0 Moungwano, of BYlin, 00 . Clai'C, husbandman, 
Donill 0 Mouugwan, of same, husbaudimui, Conor M’Moroghy, 
of same, gent, Shane O Cumyn, of Ballycumyn, husbandman, 
Teige O Family, of Dangen y byggin, yeoman, Donogbo 0 Kin- 
regan, of same, husbandman, Donil M'Clancby, of Ballicumyn, 
horseman, Donill m'Shane Mulconry, of Ardkill, Maghowno 
M'Donogh, of Kilkysshiu, Teigo M'Sliane, of Ballynegeynye, 
Tirrelagh mantaglt M‘Mahowno, of Garrygery, and Finyn 
m'Loghlon M‘Nc Marre, of Rosroea, in said co., gentlemen, 
Finyn moregagh m’Finyn m'Loglilen, of same, John reagli 
m'Fynin m'Loghlin, of same, John came m'Donoglio M'Sliane, 
of Kilkashinc, Maurice Fitz Gorrot, of Thomastown, co. Lime- 
rick, Patr. Pursell fitz Piers, of Croagli, same co., and John 
Dawndon, of Ballystindo, same co., gentlemen. Security as in 
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3090 (2294.) Pardon to Tho. m'Morish Siinikin, of Ballecomecurty, 
oo. Limerick, gent., Pacli. nT Philip Simikin, and Maurice 
m'Philip Simikin, of the same, Jolm M'Conor alias Shane no 
pellet’, of Carrigoconill, Conor m'Tirrelay T Kenedy, of Bally- 
curty, and Owen m'Teige m‘Wm. M'Cragh, of same, yeomen, 
Morreliertagli m'Donogho m'Conor yrean, of Tirwoe, Mori- 
ertagli gangagh M'Gulleduffo, of Inoe, co. Clare, Edm. fitz 
Morisli Harbort, of Ballieghance, and Timely m'Moriortagli duffe 
0 Conor, of Knockenver, co. Kerry, gentlemen, Donogho 
m'Morierty duffe 0 Conor, of same, yeoman, Jolm fitz Morisli 
Habert, of Ratekely, co. Limerick, gent., Donogho m'Teige 
m‘Wm. M'Cragh, of Garranevare, and Owen m'Teige M‘Cragh, 
of same, yeomen, Morohertagli m‘Donoglio m'Conor yrean, of 
Tirvoe, same co., Jolm Lacy fitz Wm, of Downemand, Moreher- 
tagh m'Caliil M'Shiede, of same, Ullug Bourke fitz Wm., of 
Grange, Jolm fitz Edmond Bourke, of Ballaghsymon, and 
Kenedy m'Dermud duffe, of Garran, gentlemen, Conor 
in'Tnrelagh M ‘Kenedy, of Ballycourtv, and Donald m'Mlaghlen 
roagh, of Kinelonge, husbandmen, and Thady M'Cusoge, of 
Polenehenan, eo. Clare, gent. Security as in 897. Fine one 
cow each. — 7 Sept., six. 

3091 

gent, 

Mao 

v4 , _ 

of same, horseman” Ricard oge 0 Hogan, of BallynPenchro, 
Donogho og M'Considine, of Ballihavreghan, and Ricard og 
in‘Ricard Ogam, of Ballinch.ro, gentlemen, Ogan m'Rioard X Ogan, 
of same, horseman, Lisagh M'Rosse, of Keopagli, gent-, Edm. 

0 Hoe, of OlonodwfUi, Toig 0 Iloo, of same, and Mnllaghhn 
0 Cory, of Ballieruttroogh, yoomen, Donogli 0 Hehir, of Aghs 
Kailromy, and Mahowne O Melan, of Kilkydy, co. Cla.re, kerns, 
Edmund ro 0 Shaglmcs, of Ballinekilly, same co., yeoman, Owen 
M'Considino, of Balliharriglian, same co., horseman, Dermod 
0 Heliir, of Aglis Radromy, same eo., kern, Loglilm mac Dermod 
O Hehir, of Oloneuoan, yeoman, and Donogli m'lCnoghrior 
MaoClanky, of Urlin, same oo., gent. Security as m 897. 
Fine one cow each. — 7 Sept., xix. . . 

30 92 (2298.) Pardon to Wm. na boyllye, of Famngston, co. Lime- 
rick, Dermot 0 Dea m'Edrn., of Killonoghon, same co., and Boe . 
m'Edm. 0 Dea, of same, horsemen, Terolagh oge M‘Mungho, oi 
Downyn, same co., Cornelius m'Donogho ni(Oonoghor M‘Gon mea 
rieugli, of Kilbrickan, co. Clare, Rory mengagh rnTeig M Shy- 
dye, of Ouwnagh, same co., Mahowne M'lxighlm, of Mihck, same 
co., Jolm m'Oonoghor M'Ea, of Kahireynye, same eo., and 
Cowmarra m'Shane M'Donoll, of Ballenegeyny, gentlemen. 
Security as in 897. Fine one cow each.— 7 Sept., xix. 

30 93 (2300.) Pardon to John meal Barry, of Castleyana, gent., 
James fitz John mealo, of Balleneshiery, and Edm. fitz John 
meale Barry, of Balleomou, Jolm fitz Derm'odin David Y Comll, 
of Ballouishiry, Rich. m'Teige m'Shane MCragli, of ame 
Dermod m'Donill Y Vorogho alias Dermod Y Cmran, Thady 
m'Dennod Y Kelly, of same, yeoman, Donald m Ilio. m Roiy 
M'Cragli, of same, Owen m'Monsh m'Owen T Agheren, of 
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m'Morish Y Eoglieren, of Balleinmereho, and John m'Gerald 
m‘Wm aliaa John no gehe, yeomen, Rednnmd Fitz Gen-ald, of 
Brohill, gent., Edm.bane fitz Joamea m'Robard Fite Gen-alt, of 
same, yeoman, in oo. Limerick, Gerald fitz Jennies ni'Robart 
Fitz Gon-ald, of same, yeoman, Win. bane m'Edmond ni'Robart, 
of same, David m'Teige m'Teige ny biydy, of same, Conor 
m'Shane YHaueghan, of Clonlare, and Henry Brenagh,of Gi-age, 
yeomen, Tlio. M'Morogho, of Dirrovillane, John fitz Tho. Picket, 
of same, and Tho. eno[ ]oy alias Tho. ne lappee, of same, 
husbandmen, and Robert reogh Condon, of ICarrige[ ]very, 
yeoman. Security as in 897. Fine one cow each.— 7 Sept., 
xix. 

80 94 (2318.) Pardon to Rich. Tobyn, of Garrangubbon, oo Tipperary, 
and James M‘ Walter, of Clonegoise, same co., gentlemen. 
Security as in 897. Fine two cows. — 7 Sept., xix. 

30 9 5 (2320.) Pardon to Kalleghane m'Conoghor, of Dromynine, 
co, Cork, gent., Kaliir oge 0 Kallagliane, of Bantier, and Thady 
m'Owen 0 ICief, of Olonmyne, gentlemen, J ohn O Mullawney, 

■ of Oregg, Mac Crah 0 Mullaney, of same, Donoglio m'Teige 
M'Donoglio, of Falice, and Owen M'Conoghor, of Rath, yeomen, 
all in co. Cork, Owen ballagli M‘Egan, of Kildoeg, Edm. Barry, 
of Bregoge, Owen oge Breat,of Rossekeync, ConoghorM'Feylymi, 
of Moalley, Owen oge 0 ICief, of Ballonfcobir, Fynone m'Owen, 
of same, Thady m'Fynyne, of same, Thady m'Donill Y Raheley, 
of Docarrig, Donald 0 Dowgan, galloglas, Earevan M'Gulleduff, 
of Gortvoloyre, Rory 0 Casayne, of same, Donoglio O Ryordan, 
of samo, Toigrwo 0 Oonba, John rwo, galloglas, Dim-mod m'Teig 
Y Kalleghane, John rwo 0 Flyno, Malaghelen duff OTomo, of 
Rath, Toig M'Dovinond, of Govtmoro, Anstiioo Fite, William, of 
Waterford, spinster, John hog Roche, of Carragh-m'Hemy, 
yeoman, John y tloa 0 Houiossy, of Fan-yolli, Tho. Brenagli, 
of Castoltowne, John duff Roclio, of same, Donoglio 0 Kieffe, of 
same, Rednnmd m'Waltor Condon, of Curran Ogoany, gent., 
Conoghor m'Diermod Y Flaneloo, and John Butler fitz 
Edm., of Gvangiperlos, co. Kilkonuy, horseboy. Security as in 
897. Fino one cow each. — 7 Sept., xix. 

3096 (2324.) Pardon to James Heden, of Rosscarobrey, co. Cork, 
gent., Conor ogo keatagli 0 Oollan, of Glaucremo, Donald 
m'Oonor kettagh, yeomen, Thady 111 ‘Ranell O Oollan, Thady 
ogo hello 0 Clorky, Donoglio orowme 0 Oollan, Thady m'Conor 
crome 0 Collan, Donald eneulligg, Donoglio gangagli 0 Berlek- 
hane, Owen gangagli 0 Berlekeliano, Dormud gangagli 0 Ber- 
lolehtme, Donahl gangagli 0 Bevleklian, Thady in'Dei-mocl yre 
0 Oollan, Teige m'Dermod in'Syimo alto, Filen M'Owen, John 
oge, Mawliowne 0 Oallano, yeoman, It-lagh 0 Kallekhane, of 
Drommor, gent., Kallolduuio 0 Kalleckhane, Mac Con gorrom 
O Driscoll, of Downeuogale, gent., Conor m'Toigo m'Awloey 
O Croloy, of Towueyne, Dovinod 10 , of same, Conor m'Donill 
liegh 0 Naddeno, and Owley m'Ricard M'Bimelosleos, husband- 
men, Dermod m'Owon ni glaclc, of Garry, and Donoglio oge 
m'Donoglio ynskavty, of same, yeomen, Teige m'Dermod I Croly, 
of Feale, Edm. ogo ni'Edm. fitz James Fitz Gerrald, of Clone, 
and Teige m'Donoglio M'Yic Teige, of Kilvein, gentlemen, 
Donoglio M'Teige, DonillMac Teige, and Conor M'Teige, of same, 
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*1097 ('2325 ) Pardon to Donogho JVl'Orab, of Galbally, in Arlilo, 
co Lim erick, gent., Murrihirtagh m'Rery 0 Himan, of Sronell, 
same co., and Ee m'Mwrihirtig 0 Himan, of same, kerns, Donald 
M‘Ne Marra, of Galbally, harper, fiyckerd 0 See, husbandman, 
John roa 0 Brenan, kern, Rory M'Donell, tailor, Philip m'Edm. 
M'Gubbon, Philip m‘Teig O Kelly, and Ea more 0 Hikye, kerns, 
Conoghor m'Diermod 0 Mulrian, husbandman, XJllig m Milei 
Burck, and Tho. m'Shane 0 Keyllye, kerns, of the same place. 
Security as in 897. Pine, one cow each. — 7 Sept., xix. 

9098(3801.) Pardon to Rich. Bassnet, of Kiltiernan, esq., and 
Tho. Pitz Williame, of Meryonge, knt., Rich. Walshe, son and 
heir of Win. Walshe, late of Kamckmayne, Edw. Barnewall, 
of Dromnagh, esq., and John Walshe, of Shanganagh, gent., 
and all others seized to the use of Rich. Bassnet : of intrusions 
and alienations of the lands and rectory of Kiltiernan, in the 
marches and county of Dublin. — 10 Sept., xix. 

9099 (2602.) Grant to Teige m'Moragh M'Mahone, of Clloyne- 
Eng»sii. a tli oralla, co. Clare, gent. ; of the office of seneschal of the country 

of both the Corckevaskins in co. Clare. To hold during good be- 
haviour. With powers as in No. 2190 (the court baron omitted)' 

“ This man is in possession of this senesclialship already.^ He is 
both honest, sufficient, and a good subject.” — 10 Sept., xix. 

9100 (23H.) Pardon to Dermot m'Teig M'Cartie, of Matlioluoyethy, 

co. Cork, yeoman, Conoghor m‘Wm. 0 Clufwayne, of Cangifuky, 
Donoglio m'Shane X Longha, of Matheluethy, yeoman, Wm. 
xn'Tlio. Barrett, of Carrighin, yeoman Donald mEgayne 
M'Carthy, of Dvisuyn, hushandman, Dermot “Conoghor 
m'Pynyne I Swlywan, of Mocromy, kern, Donogho m Wm oge 
0 Murogho, of Carigifuky, and Conoghor “Donill Y Rrnida le, 
of Mocroymy, soldiers, Donogho m'Shane Y Murrogho, of ICy - 
mihy, Daniil m'Donoglio . 0 Dowgayn, of Cumlagayne, ami 
Donald m'Teige Y Riurdane, of Clouglowly hodmen 
Donogho m'Donald 0 Fuarayne, of Cangifuky, kern, Shane 
m'Donald Y Hierllithe, of Balyburney, Donoglio m Donald 
0 Catfuoth, of same, and Philip m'Donald Y Munigho of XCang- 
ifuky soldiers, Shane m'Donoglio Y Dowgan, of Coulugame, 
Slron m'Teig X Puorayne, of Kylcrugg, and Mwrogho m Conoghor 
Y Ratliyly, of Karigipuky, kerns, Edm. m'Donald Y Ryurdayne, 
of Mocromy, Owen m'Pelymy M'Cartliy, of Kylunyly, and Te g 
m'Pelymy, of Sane, soldiers, all in co. Cork. Security as m 
897. Pine one cow each. At the suit of Dr. Longe. [ ] 
Sept., xix. , .p. 

3 101 (2297.) Pardon to David Uocli, knt., viscount of P™°P> 
co. Cork, Theobald Roch, of Gregg, same co., Pffiro 

Condon of Cariginoury, gentlemen, Gerald frfcz Edm. frtz Biers 

Lander, of Rathe, David OFlyne, of Oregg, ^omen 
Kelly of Glannor, and Piers Kelly, of Killostme, yeomen, 

Brien doragh M'Swny, of Cregg, Jordan Oo ^°"’ ^dG-eS 
yeoman, Tho. M'Owen, of Balhgm'mnngho, 

M'William, of Athkaryn. Security «« m 897. Eme one cow 

each.— 12 Sept., xix. 

3102 (2313.) Pardon to Meolmory m'Enish 0 Hernane, of Sronyll, 
^co Tipperary, Paraghell m'Meolmory 0 Hernane, Mac Ciah 
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0 Hernane, of same, clerk, Euias m'Faiiell O Hernane, and 
Shane m'Teig 0 Hernane, of same, and Win. fitz Walter 
Englisli, of Raliynenycorr, husbandmen, Donald M'Rory, of 
Sronyll, harper, Teig 0 Faliy, of Tuburydary, clerk, Donoglio 
0 Mulruony, of Sronyll, and Gonoglior m'Slume I Mulrian, of 
Saligliode, husbandmen, Moristh fitz Edin. O Lalor, of Ballycloliy, 
tailor, Margaret ny Aliirny, of same, sir Kenedy M'Brien, priest, 
of same, Onory uy Gwyer, of Kylnymonagh, Shane m'Owen 
O Dwyer, gent., Edm. 0 Dyer, of Kylnymonagh, Dennot 0 Dyer, 
of same, Donald m'Shane glish I Mulrian, of Kylynalongford, 
Kaliir m'Shane glish I Mulryan, and Philip m'Shane glish, of 
same, gentlemen, Edm. oge 0 Kenedy, of Lackynworny, yeoman, 
Malaghlen m'ffm. m'Donoglio duffo 0 Mulryan, of Kylynalong- 
ford, and Shane m‘Donell m'Donogho I Mulryan, kerns, all in 
co. Tipperary, Conoghor MTIenry, of Capieolyne, eo. Limerick, 
gent., and Donoglio m'Donill merigy, of Ballyngarran, same co., 
kern. Security as in 897. Fine one cow each.— 12 Sept., xix. 

3103 (2319.) Pardon to Edm. Gogan, of Ballyadyne, co. Cork, 
gent., Tlio. Gogan fitz Edm., of same, gent., Maurice 0 Spillan, 
of same, Shane 0 Spillane, of same, and Teig 0 Cronyne, of 
Cnockyvilly, same co., husbandmen, Owen nvTeig m'Donoglio 
¥ Kallygbane, of Pulkans, same co., kern, Conoghor m'Teig 
m'Donoglio, of same, yeoman, Conoghor m'Donill Y Riurdane, 
of Baneduff, same oo., husbandman, John O Horlehey ny baghley, 
of same, yeoman, and David oge Barry, of Ratliynisky, gent. 
Security as in 897. Fine one cow eacli. — 12 Sept., xix. 

3104 (2328.) Pardon to Donoglio gowe M'mack Bryen, of Clogli- 
dalton, co. Limerick, and Kenedy M'meko Bryen, of Ballynytig, 
same co., gentlemen. Security as in 897. Fine ono cow each. — 
12 Sept., xix. 

3105 (5814.) Commission to John Garwy, dean of tho cathodral of 
the Holy Trinity, Dublin, and master Ambrose Fortho, gent., as 
delegates ; to hear an appeal by Richard Quyue from a sontonco 
of George Acworth official general of the archbishop of Dublin 
in favour of Tiarnaby Byrne, relative to tho office of clerk of the 
church of S. Patrick of Wyclowe. — 13 Sept., xix. 

3106 (2591.) Charter of tho guild of S. Mary Magdalene, Dublin, 
Recites the charter of Henry YI. to the fraternity of barbers in 
that city. Considering that it is necessary for the preservation, 
of health that these should be more skilled hi the art of surgery, 
and that there are two distinct societies exercising that art, the 
barbers and the surgeons, and that the latter have not been incor- 
porated. It is granted that Wm. Kelly, Rich. Edgerton, Rich. 
Luttrell, Stephen Cradock, Rowland Myrry, Walter Naghton, 
John Bride, Tho. Newman, and Pa.tr. Drynan, surgeons, of the 
city of Dublin, and all others to be admitted, shall form for ever 
a society to be called the guild of the Blessed Mary Magdalene 
of Dublin. They may plead and be impleaded, bo capable, of 
possessing laud, and have a common seal. Further, on the petition 
of the two bodies, it is granted that the master, wardens and 
fraternity of barbers and the society of surgeons shall henceforth 
bo ono corporation called the master, wardens, and fraternity 
of barbers and surgeons of tlio guild of the Blessed Mary 
Magdalene in the city of Dublin ; they may plead and he 
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master and two wardens, and shall enjoy all other privileges in 
the charter of Henry VI. Any person exercising either art in 
the city or suburbs without being admitted under their common 
seal shall he liable to a penalty of 100s. a mouth while so offend- 
ing. The recited charter dated 18 Oct.,xxv., Hen. VI., incor- 
porates Egidius Thorndon, treasurer of Ireland, brother Tho. 
Talbot, prior of Kyhnaynham, brother William, prior of S. J ohn 
without Newgate, Dublin, Chr. Barnewall, chief justice, [Rob.] 
Dowdall, chief justice of the Common Bench, Midi. Gi-iffen, chief 
baron, Edw. Somerton, serjeant at laws, Stephen Roche, attorney 
[ ], James Cheyny, barber, Ph, Leghl in, barber, J olm Brown, 

Rich. Russell, barber, Stephen Barbi, and John Vale, barber, and 
other persons, men or women, to be admitted, as the guild of the 
art of barbers of the city of Dublin, to be called the guild of the 
Blessed Mary Magdalene.— -Id Sept., xix. 

3107 (8588.) License to Win, Gerrard, lord chancellor; to he ab- 
Engiish. sent in England for three months or more, as occasion of business 

in the queen’s service shall happen. He may carry with him 
coin, horses, hawks, and other stuff, as he shall think necessary. 
[141] Sept., xix. 

3108 (2605.) Grant to Adam, archbishop of Dublin ; of the cus- 
tody of the great seal during the absence in England of Wm. 
Gerrard, the chancellor. — 10 Sept., xix. 

3109 (5860.) Grant (under commission, 6 Aug., xvii.) to Owen 
Moore, of Marnanton, co. Meath, esq. ; of the wardship and 
marriage of John, son and heir of Henry Drayoott. Fine 40s. 
— 15 Sept., xix. 

3110 (5867.) Grant (under commission, 6 Aug., xvii.) to John 
Ookeraiue, gout. ; of tho wardship and marriage of Melchior, 
son and heir of Michael Moore, late of Athboy, co Meath. Fine 
£20. — 16 Sopt., xix. 

3111 (2600.) Grant to Ullyk M'Hubort, of Isherkeally, co. Galway, 

English, gent. ; of tho office of seneschal of tho country called Pobwll 

M'Hubort or MacHubort’s country. To hold during good be- 
liaviour. With powers as in JSfo. 2190 (the court baron omitted). 
— 17 Seyt., xix. . 

3112 (2444.) Grant to Lewis Lawrence, of Atklone, gent. ; ol tlie 

English, office of water bailiff of the river Slienen Loin the spring thereof 

at Sliev en ieren to the rock of Astanen. To hold during pleasure 
with all profits as fully as Christopher Davers, late of S. Johns, 
co. Roscommon, gent., tlie late bailiff had. ILe shall have 
power to view and make an inventory of all boats, cots, wherries, 
or other vessels on the river, and to take securities from the 
owners that they shall not be used to transport thieves or rebels, 
or any spoil, across the river ; he shall mark such boats with e 
letters K.R. with a crown imperial above, and shall cause a 
stamp to be made for that purpose j he shall take 12.cZ. a quarter 
for each marked boat 3 all boats not so marked within a month 
shall be forfeited, one-half of such forfeitures to go to grantee. 
He shall have power to pursue any rebels or malefactors haunting 
the river who shall be detected or suspected of committing any 
spoil, and to commit them to the nearest gaol, or on their resist- 
in" to kill or otherwise punish them by authority of martial law. 
He may take victuals for himself and his men upon the borders 
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3113 (2308.) Pardon to Theobald owre Butler, of Corringine, co. 
Tipperary, gent., Win. lieglie Englislie, of Rathne[ ], Janies 
reoo-h Englishe, of Solcote, Theobald fitz Edm. Bourke, of Gort- 
ruddane, David Fleminge, of Killines, John Cantwell, of Kill- 
ines, Annever O’Brien, of Kilfiecle, ffm. Comen fitz Tho., of 
Ballyfowlk, Wm. m'Terrelagh O’Brien, cf Tibboraght, Redmund 
M'Cody alias Arcliedeaken, of Kilfiecle, John fitz Tibbot Purcell, 
of same, Philip m’Tibbot Purcell, of same, Jonock English, of 
Solcote, Nich. Daton, of Tullagh, Walter Butler fitz Piers ne 
mucky, of Mogorrebane, Honory yny Really, of Kilfiecle, James 
Brenoeke, of Clonemell, John Brenock, Tho. Brenoke, Edw. 
Quireke, Tho. Nynane, and Peter White, of same, and W T m. 

0 Kennedy, of Ballcollytaue, same oo., gent. Security as in 
897. Fine one cow each. — 19 Sept., xix. 

3114 (2551.) I,ease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvii.) to sir 
English. Oormock m'Teige, knt. ; of the site and possessions of the house 

of friars minors of Kilcrey, co. Cork, in Muskrey country. To 
hold for 21 years. Rent 13s. id. Not to alien without license. 
Fine 13s. id.— 20 Sept., xix. 

3115 (2564.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 18 July, xviii.) to sir 
English. N. Ratclif, knt. ; of the rectories of Mondassliell, and Killenny- 

nane alias Kilvenina, co. Kilkenny, possessions of the priory 
of the B.V.M. of Kelles, co. Kilkenny, the rectory of Killen- 
au«he, co. Wexford, of the possessions of the late college of 
Mainothe, co. Kildare, the rectory of Blanchevilleston, co. Kil- 
kenny, of the possessions of the monastery of Jeripounte, the site 
of the house of nuns of Moylaughe, co. Tipperary, with appur- 
tenances in Moilaugke, a messuage in Clomnell, and the rectory 
of Moilaughe. To hold for 31 years from the determination of 
his interest under A r o. 293, at the same rents. Provisions as in 
2970. — 20 Sept., xix. 

3116 (2599.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 22 May, xix.) to David 
English, viscount Roche, of Ardmoy ; of the leading of the inhabitants 

of the country called Ardmoy alias Lord Roche’s country, 
whenever they shall serve in resisting enemies or rebels, or on 
hostings. To hold the office of leader to him and the heirs male 
of his body as his ancestors held the same, provided that they 
be of sufficient age and ability. If they fail in age or ability the 
lord deputy may appoint a leader. — 21 Sept., xix. t . 

0117 (2442.) Commission to N. Malby, kilt., chief commissioner 
of Connagkte, Wm. archbishop of Toam, Tho. Dillon, esq., Tho. 
Lestrange, esq., Tho. Vaghan, esq., and Edw-. Wlntte, clerk of 
the council of Connaghte ; to make inquisition as to the legni- 
macy of Ulliek Bourke claiming to be the eldest son and heir ot 
■Rich, earl of Clanricarde and his wife Margaret 0 Brene, 
daughter of Maurice, late earl of Thomon. On the complaint ol 
TJllick against the earl of Clanricarde and John Bourke, his 



son. — 26 Sept., xix. . w 

3118 (2436.) Commission to Adam, archb. of Dublin, sir Wm. 

English. Sarsefelde, knt., Edw. Barnewall, of the Dromynagh, gent., and 
Wm. Fitzwilliams, of Jobston, co. Dublin, gent. ; to take mustei 
and array’ of the inhabitants of the barony of Newcastle, co. 
Dublin between 16 and 60 years of age, and fit for guard and 
defence ; to view the aptness of body and courage, and the 
armour and weapon of each, and to take notice of the amount ot 
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are bound by law to be furnished with, and to oblige them to be 
so furnished ; to return a book of the muster to the lord deputy ; 
to appoint men to keep English watch and daily ward at every 
village, bridge, and ford, where they think it necessary ; to make 
arrangement for the following of hue and cry after enemies, 
rebels, and robbers ; sir W. Sarsefelde to have command of the 
men of the barony when raised. — 30 Sept., xix. 

3119 (2585.) Livery to Rich. Misset, of Lescartan, co. Meath, gent., 
son and heir of Edm. Misset. Fine £6. — 30 Sept., xix. 

3120 (2616.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 9 Nov., xvii.) to George 
Moore, gent. ; of a stone house in the city of Waterford called 
the Ould Courtehous, adjoining the Guilde Hold of the city on 
the west, the Milkestreet on the east, S. Peters street on the 
south, and the land of Patr. Morgan on the north, parcel of the 
possessions of the late hospital of S. John of Jerusalem in 
Ireland, found by inquisition to have been concealed. To hold 
for ever, in common socage. Rent, 6s. 8 d. In consideration of 
his good service in the wars in Scotland, Ireland, and elsewhere. — 

4 Oct., xix. 

3121 (2623.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 2[2] May, xix.) to 
Cormock m'Teig M'Cartie ; of the whole preceptory of [Morne] 
alias Manymonye alias Manister ne monye, co. Oork, land in 
Morne, Kilcowan, Tynekerragh, and [Ga]rirelagh, co. Cork, the 
rectories of Ardsbye, Kylcorne, Granagh, Garriclone, the rectory 
of Kytmory, Teamplenetaglie alias Teamplematehie and Cloneth 
alias Clonerehidie, the rectories of KLymoghill alias Kilbrogan, 
Mocrompy, Balliburney [alias Ballimorney, Inchegeinlaghe alias 
Jnchegeylagh], Agheris, Clonedrohide, Moviddie, Carrigrowghan- 
beg, Whitechurche alias Teamplegeoll, Kytaimy, Moalle, portion 
of tithes in the Navy alias Wona alias [Backhowse, the rectory 
of Kylvoyle alias Kilbayllie and Kyllommey alias Kylne- 
homney], the rectories of Shangary in Imokell, Rostelan in 
Imokell, Grange, and Clommyne alias Clomyne, possessions of 
the said preceptory, of the possessions of the late hospital of 
S. John of Jerusalem in Ireland. [The manor and castle of 
Clowglian], co. Cork, and three carucates of its demesne lands, 
[and half a carue of land] in Ballicoman, possessions of Donald 
m'Cormock M'Cartie, of Clowghan in Carbry, co. Oork, attainted. 
The site of the house of friars of the order of S. Augustin [near 
Cork, a third of a mill in Dowglas] near the city, and the tithes 
of the mill. [The site of the abbey of Innislawnaght alias Ennis- 
lawnagh], co. Tipperary, and the town of Innyslawnaght alias 
Ennislawnagh alias Innjslanaghe, cos. Tipperary and Waterford, 
the demesne lands in Innislawnaght, [mountain and common of 
pasture] in co. Waterford of the demesne lands, messuages, land, 

2 watermills, 3 eel weirs, one salmon weir* one little island with 
a garden, belonging to the abbey, the lands of the Grange of 
Innyslawnaght, co. Tipperary, Ballyorcley alias Bally orley, Kil- 
malashe, Loghkeragh alias Loghtikeraghe, Grangelierwye, Kilma- 
veighe alias Kilmavie, with the tithes of Kilmaveigh, same co., 
a messuage and garden, in Clonmell at the west gate of the town, 
the rectory of Innyslawnaght, with the tithes of Innislawnaght, 
Grangehervie, the Grange of Innislawnaght, Ballyorcley, Kil- 
malashe, and Loghekeraghe, the manor of Kilmack, and lands 
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Glanwydan, same co., the lands of Curraglmemanaghe, Grenan, 
Insemore, Kilmoghome, Minck, Dromcure, Kyname, Knooken®- 
carragh, the marsh land and weir of Glanbane and all lands 
f witlun the limits of] the castle and town of KiUmahue on the 
west, and the limits of the burgage of ClonemeU on the east, and 
the mill field, the dean field, the high field, and the field of 
ClonemeU, and the mill of Typperhenye and LemlessemoU[eran], 
cos. Waterford and Tipperary. To hold [in tail male, in common 
socage. Rent £40 viz. for Morne £13 for Cloughane 43s 4d 
for the friary 16a. 84, and for Innyslawnaght £24.] Much 
defaced. ( See Auditor-General’s Patent Book, vol. 7, p. oo.) 

6 Oct., xix. 

<11 99 1 2575 ) Lease (under queen’s letter, 29 May, xix.) to 
E 0g iL 2 Theobald Roche, son to the viscount Roche ; of C T 
of Iarmoye alias Ardrnoy or Fermoy in Roche s country, co. 
Cork, the demesne lands, lands in Iarmoye, and the rectories of 
Iarmoye, and Downemaghin, same co. To hold for 40 years. 
Rent, £20. Maintaining two English horsemen. Provisions 
as ira' 2938. Fine £20.-8 Oct., six. 

3123 (2619.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 22 May, xix.) to 
Theobald Roche, of the Grag, co. Cork, gent. ; of the lands of 
Johnston and Donmacghan, co. Cork, possessions of the 
monastery of Ardrnoy alias Fermoy alias Jermoy, same co. lo 
hold in tail male, in common socage. Rent £10 13*. 44 

that if within five years lie shall not build and fortify sufficiently 
on the lands, the grant Bhall be but for 40 years.— 8 Oct., xix.. 

3124 (2567.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 22 May, xix.) to sir 
itogiai, Bavid Roche, knt, lord Roche ; of the site of the abbey of 

Ballindrohide alias Ballendrete, co. Cork, and possessions as m 
No. 3028. To hold for 30 years from the determination of 
No. 1107, at the same rent and conditions, line los. 
English money.— 18 Oct., xix. 

31 25 ( 2571.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvu.) to iho. 
English -Lestrange, esq. ; of the ruinous castle of Maioore, co. Westmeat , 

‘ and Us demesne lands, parcel of the possessions of the crown. 
To hold for 21 years. Rent, £3 15s. Provisions as m 2938. 
Fine £3 5s.— 18 Oct., xix. 

3126 (6641.) Lease to John Bathe, of Dromconragh ; of the i lands 
English, of Graungend, co. Meath, with an acre of moor q{ 

of Donshaghlen, and common of pasture m the [comm _ k 
Graungend, lands of the Grange of Tryvet, Halton Shanraghe 
co. Meath, the rectories of Confie, Castlewarnmge and _ Trystel 
delan, co. Kildare, the tithes of Harloteston and Baltrastm, pai 
of the rectory of Ratoutlie, co. Meath^ possessions £ the We 
monastery of S. Thomas the martyr, Dublin I a moiety of toe 
lands of Corbally, co. Dublin, a moiety of the Rathe by toe 
Naal, same co., the Ploweland in Chapel Izolde, same co he 
lands of Killenynen, a moiety of Knocklyne, lands ° f £*8 7> 
moiety of Pireston near Holmepatnck lands » 

Dublin, Kildrought, co. Kildare, a small garden “ • ^ 

street in the suburbs of Dublin, possessions of John SurnaU 
Balgriffen, attainted ; the chief farm house and land * . 

00 . Dublin, parcel of the.manor of Cromlyn, of ^ P ( 

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co. Meath, parcel of the rectory of Donshaughlin, of tlie posses- 
sions of same ; Mastockes lands in Cromlyn, possessions of the 
late house of nuns called the Hoggs, by Dublin ; land in Holly- 
wood, co. Dublin, of the possessions of the late hospital of S. 
John of Jerusalem; 2 messuages and Cromayles land in Cromlyn, 
of the possessions of the monastery of the B. V.M., Dublin ; in 
Cromlyn, the Minchen farm of the dissolved house of C4racedewe, 
parcel of the manor of Cromlyn ; the lands of Thomaston and 
Galeston, co. Meath, possessions of Tkomascourte. To hold for 
21 years. Bent, £36 19s. 1(M Not ‘to levy coyne. — 24 Oct., 
xix. {Partly defaced. See Auditor-General’ s Patent Book, 19,^. 
156.) 

3127 (2589.) Livery to Martin, son and heir of James Blake, late 
of Atheboye, co. Meath, gent. Fine £6 13s. id . — 24 Oct., xix. 

3128 (2443.) Commission to capt. Wm. Forres;* to execute martial 
English, law in the co. Kildare, as in 218. — 25 Oct., xix. 

3129 (2590.) Livery to John, son and heir of James Bamewall, 
late of Brymore, co. Dublin. Fine £36, and £36 for pardon of 
intrusion. 26 Oct., [xix.] 

31 30 (2596) Grant (under queen’s letter, 2 Aug., xix.) to Tho. 
Dillon, of Courteston, co. Meath, gent. ; of the office of chief 
chamberlain of the Exchequer. To hold for life, with a fee of 
£13 6s. 8 d . — 26 Oct., xix. 

3131 (2597.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 2 Aug., xix.) to Tho. 
Dillon, of Courteston, co. Meath, gent. ; of the office of clerk of 
the crown, peace, and sessions, in the counties of Meath, West- 
meath, town of Drogheda, Louth, and Longford, with the custody 
of the indictments and records. To hold for life, with the ac- 
customed fees. — 26 Oct., xix. 

3132 (2598.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 18 July, xix.) to Fowlko 
Sandeford, gent. ; of the office of customer or collector of the 
wine custom in Drogheda. Becites the statute 1 1 Eliz. sess. 4, ch. 
1, sec. 3. To hold for life, with the fees belonging to the office. 
— 28 Oct., xix. 

31 33 (2557.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvii.) to John 
English. Lookar, of Waterford, gent. ; of the parsonage of Dongarvan, and 
the chapels of Bingewdnagh, Egglishe, Lysgeynam, Kinsale, 
Clasmore, Egglishe ne gailye, Aghemean, Teamplegeall, Kil- 
crikan, Kilgobennet, Teamplewy, Bosmeare, and Memyan, and 
the tithes of Dongarvan, Kyllassarraglie, Killongirle, Balligearie, 
Kihweare, Coulecormick, Clonecoyskeran, Ballincourte, . Balli- 
wickwanke, Binvallekeyne, Garrinegearaghe, Bally le Hishery, 
Kilvinine, Scartriston, Lyssinowin, Parketogher, Ballineske, 
Ballicullane, Ballinerontill, Glaymnore, Bengewenaghe, Ballene- 
gall, Ballentample, Ballinecourte, Bingawnaghe, Knockampar, 
Balliharriaghan, Ballicoryne, Ballymockeyte, Lesgeman, the 
Graunge, Carricknegallaghe, Ballineworoniche, Greallaghe, 
Ballonegane, Grangecorre, Adderdawalle, Ballynowe, Bushini, 
Balliellenan, Ballislionige, Balliworowes, Balliellome, Ballicoine, 
Kinsalle, Moneatirre, Ballyiiefaile, Ballenowe, Bathlisane, 
Knockbrake, Cromgallan, Kilmyde, Gilgerie, Kilmelowe, 
Ballihine, Droghton, Clasemonegraige, Ballimoltin, Balhcarnane, 
Ardsillaghene, Molwill, Egglishenegailie, Cromore, Trenescarte, 
Ballinecourte, Cowlehoste, Kilworite, Dromainbege, Curreine, 
Ballicullene, Shainckill, Liakehillaghe, Corregraghe, Egglishe- 

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Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

meane, Dromayne, Curraghorishe, Ballihagan, GearanW, 
Teamplegeall, Keapaghe, Ballinemolaghe, Balliiedie, Balhgal- 
bone Moge, Laraghe, Knockame, Donterke, Ballmckvaghe, 
Balliagan, and half Balligare, Kilroytane^ Kilvanny, Ballm- 
rushell Slieline, Ballidowns, Cowagaule, Kilcorteise, Banfyne, 
ICilcregane, Ballirima, Coysteraghe, Monerode Ballineknok, 
Ballintample, Rosmeyre, Rilmacthomasine, Ballibought, Gre- 
nane BallyRobert, Knocknescallire, Ballihossewe, Lystemnea- 
manesoraghe, Shenkill, Cloinlomane, and Memyane. Also the 
site of the house of Augustinian friars of Dongarvan, cottages 
and gardens in Dongarvan, and lands m Ballirody, and then- 
tithes,™. Waterford. To hold for 21 years. Rent £40 10s. 
for the rectory, and £5 6s. 8 d. for the friary. Fine £20 os.- 

31 Oct., xix. . . . ..v, . vr-v 

04 (2579^ Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvn.) to sir Nich. 
toll Malby, knt. ; of the castle or manor of Boscomon seven cottages 
and five quarters or carues of land m Boscoman, demesne of the 
castle a great lough or standing water containing 80 acres 
belonging to the castle in co. Roscommon. The site of the house 
of canons of Boscoman, 9 quarters of land, and the tithes. of 8 
towns now waste belonging to the monastery, the rectories of 
Kilbegnata in the country of M'Davie Be Burgo with the tithes 
extending to Garvaughe, Garegaghe, and Balnskmigen, m said co 
Ballinekille in said co., extending to Ballenekill, Glinske, Cloynca, 
and Fasse, Kilcruane, in said co. , Dromtample, in said co., extend- 
ing to Dromtample, Dromnemokill, and the Moore, Donnaman m 
said eo. The site of the house of friars of Boscoman, one quarter 
of land and its tithes in Boscoman, the churches of Emalaghmore 
and Cloynin, with land and tithes. To hold for 21 years. Rent 
£31 5s. lOd. Maintaining three English horsemen. Provisions 
as in 2938. — 1 Nov., xix. 

o-i oc ('2546.') Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvn.) to Arthur 
r . .. ai „,.ir ve rrent. • of a house with a parcel of land occupied by him 

“ E ‘ i n Carickfergus, co. Antrim, bounded on the east by the castle, 
south by land of John Ansop, west by land of Wm. Piers, gent., 
and north by the town wall, parcel of the Tweens ancient 
inheritance. To hold for 21 years. Bent 6 S . 3d. Provisions 
in 2970. Fine 6 s. — 4 Nov., xix. 

21 26 (2306 ) Pardon to Tho. Ousake, of Gerrardiston, co. Meath, 
313 ?ei: late sheriff of that county, Rich Ousake 

ton Nich. Ousake, of Drakeston, Walter Ousake, of Belles, an 
Tho. Delafeld, of Painston, gentlemen, and. Tirlaugh duffe, o 
Knightestou, kern, all in co. Meath. Security as m 897. Fine 

21 27 6 (2586)°Li'^y to David Sutton, of Castelton by Kildroghte 
313 L ( Kilclare! gent, ton and heir of Gerald Sutton Fine ^60.- 
T5 Nov., 1577.] (See Auditor-General’ s Patent Book, vol.25,p. •) 

8i te;b rsssv. 2? 

3139 e ?26OT) License to^Dav^Wale, Rich. Lacie aliasXahff, 
olt>y u •/ taViti alias TYPIffoyne, Peers Evi^ra, 

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of Fetherd, oo. Tipperary, and Patr. Kernye, John Connowe, 
Katherine Halyo, and Patr. Boiton, of Caahell ; to make and sell 
aquavit® for two years, in those towns. Recites the statute 
3 & 4 Ph. and Mary forbidding the making of aquavit® without 
license. Dated 13 June, 1577. — 12 Nov., xix. 

3140 (5578). License to sir Henry Colley, knt. ; to alienate the 
En?iish. lands of Barnone, Pottaghan, and Clonacullen, King’s co., held by 

him in fee-farm under No. 3001. To be held subject to the same 
conditions. — 13 Nov., xix. (Cal. P. R., p. 1.) 

3141 (2292.) Pardon to Fargucius 0 Perrall, of Ballintobber, co. 
Longford, gent., Rorie nPDonogh 0 Ferrall, of Darmore, Gerald 
mHLabberd booy 0 Ferrall, of Ballymolvey, We m‘Donell 
0 Ferrall, of Doyere, and Dermot m'Hone 0 Ferrall, of Ballin- 
tober, gentlemen, Conor Maglawey, of Mohar, piper, Terrilagh 
m c William ruegli, of Grenan, Jeffery 0 Ferrall, of same, and 
James m‘Morogh. 0 Ferrall, of Killingcrenbushe, gentlemen, all 
in co. Longford. — 14 Nov., xix. 

3142 (2563.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvii.) to Ryse ap 
English. Hughe, gent. ; of the tithe of the fishing of the river of Carlinge- 

forde, parcel of the rectory of Carlingeforde, co. Louth, of the 
possessions of the hospital of S. John of Jerusalem in Ireland. 
To hold for 21 years. Rent 40s. Provision as in 2967. Pino 
40s. — 15 Nov., xix. 

3143 (2445.) Commission to John Barnes, gent. ; to execute martial 
English, law in the Queen’s co., as in 218.. — 15 Nov., xix. 

3144 (2446.) Commission to Matthew Fyte Harries, gent. ; to 
English, execute martial law in the co. Wexford, as in 218. — i6 Nov., xix. 

3145 (2447.) Commission to capt. Humfrey Mackwortlie; to 
English, execute martial law in Kilkenny, Queen’s and King's counties, 

as in 218. — 16 Nov., xix. 

3 146 (6123.) Pardon to James Eustace, son and heir of Rowland, 
viscount of Baltinglas, Mary, his wife, John Chevir, son and heir 
of Christopher Chevir, of Maseston, co. Meath, knt., Katherine, 
his wife, Robert Pypho, of Hollywood, co. Dublin, gent., Jenet, 
his wife, John, son and heir of Richard Luttrell, late of Luttrels- 
ton, co. Dublin, gent., Thomas Creif, precentor of S. Patrick’s, 
William Sutton, of Tipper, co. Kildare, gent. , and Patrick Chevir, 
of Maseston, gent., and all others seised to the use of Eustace, 
Chevir, and Pypho, and their wives; of all alienations and 
intrusions in the manor of Grangfort, lands of Grangefort, 
Lytleton, Ballegorre, Glenok, Rathveon, Clymclogh, Freerton, 
Cowrte, Kilerigan alias Killerge, Russelston, Tullaghfelym, 
Mygann alias Mygan, Bussherston, Ardinheath, Ballemahyn, 
with the advowson of the churches of S. Brigid of Grangefort, 
and S. Terga of Killerge, co. Carlow; the manor of Rathmore, 
the lands of Rathmore alias Rademore, Rathnekill alias Rath- 
turkyll, Monefyn alias Moniffyne, Bouston alias Boyeston, 
Powcheston, Hoyneston, Phillipston, Edeston alias Edyston, 
Ballytas, Collenshyll alias Cloneshyn, Ballecan alias Plowland, 
Fyrliill, Skeyokes, old Powcheston, Agret alias Agavret, Lytle- 
newton, Mouehegrange, Lytlegrange, Gylton alias Gyltons, 
Rathnargyt, Moygan aiias Mygan, Ballycor, Rathargyt, Ivelston, 
Goddamende and BnUeston, and the advowsons of the churches 
of S. Boyana of Gyltons, and S. Oolumba of Rathmore, co. 
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1577 Fiants— Elizabeth. 

trenail e Newton, Cornelsconrt, the Thre Castels, Butlersoourt, 
Ballore’ alias Ballygore, Oomenston, WHteston ICnockenym, 
Boyeston, Russelston, Humfreston, and Tullagliferres, and the 
advowson of the church of S. Machona of the grange of 
Carrickhrenan alias Monkton, co Dublni, whxch were the 
heritage of John Travers, late of Mounton, knt. Fine £5— 
f 1 Nov., xix. ' •, 

0147 (2285.) Pardon to Teige keiagh m'Melal J 

m'Donill, kern, Owen M'Garraghan, kern, [ 

], Morogh m'Dermot douffe, of Coulffuiry, [ J. 
Security in co. Galway, as in m.— Fragment* 

3148 (2286.) Pardon to Nicholas Betaghe, of Walterston, co. Meath, 
sent. Security ns in 897. — 1577. _ 

0140 (2290.) Pardon to Edmund Walsh, of the monastery Owney, 
co Limerick, and Rich, fits The. Bourke, of KillonaQe, gentlemen, 
Win fitz Rich. Bourke, of Lismoland, boraeman, Donogho 
m‘Lo"lilen 0 Hee, of Brittas, same co., Ponogho m'Shane m Teige 
Y Grady, Tho. fitz Edm. Brenagh, of Ovmey, John fitz Edm. 
Brenagh, Robert fitz Philip Brenagh, and Edm. O Morogho, of 
same, yeomen, Rich, oge Burke, of Promkeyn, gent., Jewrus 
OHonegane, of Cahirkenlyske, Morogho bwy O Hee, of Balli- 
tarsney, co. Limerick, and Edm. in'Ricb. Crone, of Balhglekane, 
yeomen, John 111 ‘Pavid m‘Tho. Bourke, of Ballmecangne, and 
Flaherus m'Tlio. Clanekhey, of Grenande, gentlemen, Roger roe 

m'Mlaehlin m'Teig O Mulrean, Ponoglio mire, of same, GoniU 

m 'Shane meare O Mnlrean, of Clonloghlin, and Morehertagh 
m'Demiud M'Bryen, yeomen. Security as t» 897. Fine one 

cow eacli. — Not dated. * tt \ 

31 50 (2310.) Pardon to Thady m'Dermod m'Ricard oge, of Knock- 
mockyfyne, co. Cork, gent., Dermot m'Ricard I Dom vane, of 
Gaorye, kern, Permot m'Teige I Geynie of Knookmockyfynye, 
Donagh m'Dermod M'William, Donagh m'Teige O Sulivan, 
Conoghor m'Teige I Kellye, and Rich, ne Plucke m Teige, of the 
samef husbandmen, Dermot dasse 0 Hiokye, horseboy, Owen 
m'Morihirtie I Calleghan, of Currbegg kern, Donat m Wm. 
Iglanny, of Castelnebenohe, kern, John 0 Hmgerdell, of Carre 
brie gent. David Feilde, of Traotane, kern, all m co. Cork, and 
Wm. Johns, of Hartford west in Wales, yeoman. Security as im 
897 Fine one cow each . — Date torn. ... 

3151 (2312.) Pardon to John Walshe, of Sliangannagh, co. Dublin, 

5 gent., late sheriff of that county, Gerald Wakhe, of same, gent., 
Owell boye, of Little Brea, Nicb. M'Henry, of Shanganagh, 
Sboane M'Henry, of same, Hebbart M'Monsh, of Connogber, 
same co., Teige 0 ronowe, of Glancullen, and Nidi. Archbolcle, 
of Karrickmayne, footmen, Owen piper, of same, Wm. Arc ^°M< 
of Glanmoek, footman, Dowlen M'Teige, of Ballenelowre, bhean 
M'Teige, of same, Gerald duffe, of same, and Thady M Cong > 
of Ballebrenan, footmen, all in said county. Security as m 897. 

Fiue £10 . — Date torn. r 

01 co msfi 1 Pardon to Pynyn M'Donell alias M'Fynyn, of Aid- 

of Coroke, kern, Branne m'Awly I Leyne of “ ’ 

Donogho m'Conoghor M'Donell, of same, kern, Anna m Oonoghor 
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M'Donell, Donald bane m'Oonoghor M'Donell, Donogho m'Donell 
M'Fynyne, Mnrrihertagh m'Donell M'Fynyn, Donell m'Diermod 
M'Donogho, Dievmed. m'Oonoghor M'Muribirtie, Diermed 
m'Donogho oge, Donell m'Murihertie oge, Diermod m'Murihirtie 
oge, M'Crahe m‘Teig M'Diermed, of the Game, Owen m'Donogho 
Varhie, of Kylvihile, same co., Teig m'Orahe m'Donoglio I 
Brenane, of Downe Kierane, same co., Donell m'Oonoghor 
M'Donell, of Ardtwliliie, same co., Cormuck lieli M'Fynyne, of 
Downs Kylly, same co., Donell 0 Downy, of Ardtwliliie, Shane 
salagh O Downy, Donill 0 Marniane, Teig m'Donell M'Mwrihirtie, 
Conoghorm'Teig M'Donell, Diermedm'Teigm'DonoghoM'Fynyn, 
Donell m'Owen m'Donogho, Donell 0 Begelly, and Conoghor 
m'Donell M'Rowry, of the Bame, kerns, Donogho m'Oonoghor I 
Worroughowe, of Gortene Fehye in Bantry, same co., Teig 
m'Conoghor I Worroughowe, of same, kern, Edm. m'Morish 
m'Nich. Bernagh, of Coull y tanywally, same co., Rich. m'Moris 
m'Nich. Branagh, Rickard m'Morish m'Nioh. Branagh, Oliver 
m'Tho. Brenagh, Walter m'Shane Brenagh, and Rich. m'Tho. 
Brenagh, of the same, kerns, Mahowne m'Shane MTn Errihine, 
of Bally Killhy, co. Clare, gent., Shiarhie bane 0 Donogho, of 
Ballynvoige, co. Cork, Tho. nvo, of Incliie, same co., Conoghor 
M'Ea, of Boalliwoicke, same oo., Donogho m'Diermod M'Awlife, 
of Rine, same co., Teig M'Donogho, of Killearney, same co., and 
David in KnockSn, of Pallice, same co., kerns. Security as in 
897. Eine one cow each. “At the suit of the earl of Claneare 
for 42 of his men.” — Date torn. 

3153 (2336) Pardon to Maurice fits J ames Fitz Gerralde, of Moy- 
colpe, co. Waterford, gent., Gerald fitz James Fytz Gerrald, of 
same, James oge fitz James Fitz Gerrald, Maurice gancagh Fitz 
William, horseboy, Owen fitz Edm. 0 Conorey, yeoman, David 
Roche fitz John, of Killihalie, gent., Wm. Brenagh fitz David, of 
same, footman, James fitz Morris Fitz Gerrald, of Sion, gent., and 
James fitz Tho. Roche, of same, footman. Security as in 897. — 



Not dated. 

31 54 (2353) Pardon to David brake m'Walter Power, of Aighlare, 
co. Wexford, condemned for the theft of a sow, value 3a., from 
Alexander Remone, of the Hale, same oo., gent.— Not dated. 

3155 (2357.) The commencement is destroyed. A note at foot 
states it to be “A. pardon for Brene m'Oahir Kavanaghe and 
91 more of his kinsfolk, tenants and. followers. dhe 
following names remain: — James m'Moriertagh O Dowell, 
Donogh m'Teige 0 Madden, of Ballelinge, yeoman, I J 

m'Morgh M'CoUetan, Gilpatrick m'TiiTelagh 0 Dowell, Edm. 
m'Teige duffe M'CoUetan, Dermot m'Shean M'CoUetan, kern, 
Arthur m'Gerald Kevanaghe, of Balleleigh, Donoughem'Genald 
Kevanaghe, of same, Edm. m'TiiTelagh Kevanaghe, of Polmontey, 
Dermot m'Tirrelagh Kevanaghe, of same, and Gerald m lirrelagh 
Kevanaghe, of same, gentlemen, James m'Dennot 0 Dowill, and 
Gilpatrick m'Morgho 0 Rian, of same, kerns, Donald 0 Henechan, 
of Rosse, husbandman, Donald m'Moriertagh 0 Fogirtie, of Pol- 
montey, kern, Teige roo m'Morghe O Hogirtie, of same, horse- 
boy, Edm. m'Dennot 0 Dowill, of Tenecorre, horseman, Tirrelagh 
m'Edm. ballowe Kevanaghe, of same, kern, Gerald m Donogh 
Kevanaghe, of Ballean, Edm. m'Donogh Kevanagh, and Donald 
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ui'Morghe 0 Rian, of Balleorouegan, horseman, Morghe moore 
0 Curren, Gilduffe OCurren, Edm. duffe m'Gillepatrick 0 Colletan, 
kerns, Ferdorghe m'Gilleduffe 0^ Colletan, Patr. boy 0 Molenge, 
kern, Donald moyle m'Sliean begge, horseboy, Owen m'Morglie 
0 Rian, Skeron riaghe m'Davie 0 Rian, Shean m'Edm. M'Beagh, 
kern, Wm. M‘Ep[ ] yeoman, of the same place, Conchor 0 Curren 
m'evecare, of Balleoronogan, and Conchor O Ronowe, of same 
husbandmen, Adam 0 Curren m'evecare, of Polmontey, kern, Effo 
oge M'Carte, of Moungart, in the Duffry, co. Wexford, gent., Edm. 
Cusshin, of same, kem, Morriertagh oge M'Connovan, of Mon- 
glasse, co. Carlow, gent., Morghe roo m'Dermot M'Connovan, of 
same,horseman,Fargananym m'Gilpatrick 0 Dowill, of Knnckroo, 
same co., kern, Morriertagh m'Teige 0 Dowill, of same, Shean 
m'Gilpatrick 0 Dowill, Teige m'Gilpatrick 0 Dowill, Donoghe 
m'Gilpatrick 0 Dowill, kern, James m'Teige ONowlan, and 
Maurice duffe M'Sliean, yeomen, James m'Morish 0 Dowill, kem, 
of the same place, Melagliliu riagh 0 Kelly, of Killanny, same 
co., yeoman, Teige m'Donell 0 Dowill, of same, husbandman, 
Morghe m'Dermot 0 Morghe, of same, and Shean O Molinge, of 
Grange, husbandmen, Firryn fin, of same, kern, Morriertagli 
m'Paden boye, of Culbecke, same co., kern, David 0 Freney, of 
same, husbandman, Maheise Dewrox, of same, kem, Edm. ouir 
Kevanagke, of Ardagh, same co., gent., Morghe leiaghe m'Cahir, 
of same, gent., Hubert boye m'Walter Ebourke, of same, gallo- 
glas, Donald Kevanagh m'Donoglie, and Edm. fin O Neyle, kerns, 
Gerald Kevanagli m'Art, gent., Dermot m'Arte Kevanagh, Shean 
ro m'Robin kittagh, kerns, of the same place, Gerald Kevanagh 
m'Cahir, of Ballenesliillock, same co., Brian Kevanagh m'Cahir, 
Tirrelagli Kevanagh m'Cahir, and Donogh m'Gerrald Kevanaghe, 
of the same, gentlemen, Dermot moyle m'Owen 0 Neyle, of 
Ballerusshe, same co., kern, Maurice m'Doulinge, of Monemolinge, 
same co., Donoghe m'Morislie, Donoghe m'Arte Kevanaghe, and 
Doulinge m'Gerald karragh Kevenaglie, of the same, gentlemen, 
Tirrelagh karragh M'Gerrott, of Polmontey, same co., horseman, 
Tirrelagh m'Breen Kevanaghe, Donald m'Brene Kevanagh, kerns, 
Edm. m'Breen Kevanagh, husbandman, Tirrelagh oge 0 Morgho, 
horseboy, of the same, Maurice m'Donill Kevanagh, of Ratlie- 
gerroke, same co., gent., Edm. O Kelly, of Tenranny, same 
co., horseboy, Brian duffe 0 Kelly, of same, horseboy, Maurice 
m'Morghe Kevanaghe, of same, horseman, Edm. Butler, of same, 
horseboy, Edm. m'Redmond Ecashe, in sameco., horseboy, Edm. 
Owroghe M'Dermott, of Tenranny, same co., kern, Morriertagh 
m'Arte roo 0 Dowill, of same, kern, Donald m'Morrieitagh 
0 Dowill, of same, husbandman. Security in co. Carlow, as in 
897 . — Date destroyed. 

3 1 56 (2460.) Commission to sir W. Drury, lord president of 
Munster, Meiler, archbishop of Cashel, Matthew, bishop of Dorck, 
Wm., bishop of Limerick, N. Walslie, the mayors of Waterford, 
Cork, Lymerik, and Youghull, John Meaghe, James Gole, Henry 
Davells, Wm. Apsley, Tho. Arthure, Andrew Skiddye, Walter 
Travet, preacher, and the sovereign of Kinsale ; to be commis- 
sioners of ecclesiastical causes in the province of Munster, as in 
3047 . — Date destroyed. • , , 

31 57 ( 2601.) Grant to Ambrose Forthe, of Dublin, gent._; ot tne 
office of one of the masters of Chancery. To hold during plea- 



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sure as fully as J. Sfanyhurst, late master, with a fee of £20 
ster. With powers as in 680 . — Date destroyed . 

3158 (2608.) Grant to James Dowdall, esq. ; of the office of third 
justice of the Common Bench. To hold, during pleasure, with 
such fees as any other had in that office . — Not dated. 

3 1 59 (6304.) Patent giving license to Donald Dowlinge, clerk, 
vicar of Calfestone, co. Kildare, diocese of Dublin, to obtain and 
hold two additional benefices. — At Dublin {blank) xix. (This 
patent does not appear to have been sealed.) 

31 60 (2629.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvii.) to Hugh boye 
English. mTchalloe O Donnell; of the site of the abbey of BoyleinConnaghte 
in co. Rosscoman, lands in Boyle, Grangmonvy in the country of 
Clanricharde, Gange called Graunge O Folan in the country of 
O Folan, Cortenebolie in Roches country, Turskyr, the Graunge 
of Monterollis in M'Granilles country, Graungenemanaghe and 
Tamplenemanagke in M £ Donnoghe Gurrein s country with a 
parcel of land called Karouenalta, Great Grange and Little 
Graunge in Tyrolieraghe in O Doud’s country, all in said county, 
the Graunge of Coulhurey in O Connor Sligaglies country, the 
Grannie in the possession of Hugh O Harte in O Connor 
Sligaghes country, 1 3s. id. chief rent out of land in M'Dermottes 
country in the possession of persons of the nation of the Glaneis, 
the rectory of Boyle, the rectory of Kfflenemannaghe m 
M'Dermot’s country containing the tithe corn of KilleniEmaghe, 
Ballenehalle, and Fynisklyne, the churches and tithes of 
Graungemowynvie, Cornehole, the Graunge of Monterolhs, 
Tamplenemannaghe and Graunge Mannaghe by BaUeonnote 
Graungemore and Graungebege, and Couleyre, the tithes of 
Tulskir and the Graunge of O Fallan, the rectory of Tomnarn 
M‘Dermot’s country, the rectory of Killenounte in M Dermotts 
country, all such tithes as belong either to the bishop 
of Elphin or the several vicars and curates excepted. The 
site of the priory of Clontouskirt.Nasina, co. Roscoman, con- 
taining with certain ruined buildings a church which is i the 
parish church of Clontouskirte and Bealalege, _ lands m lon- 
touskirte and Bealalege, a castle and lands in Ballilege y 
Loughrie in said co, three eel weirs on the Shenyn, the rectory 
of Clontouskirte extending to Cloiitouskn-te and Bealalege, the 
rectory of Kilglas, the rectory of Kilkevyne, extending to 
Kilkevyne, Balletomagranill, Balletondiever B ^ eolo ^ e “ a | 1 
and Ballenekeroryagh, and the rectory of Killetovan. The site of 
the house of friars of Tulskie in Connaght with appurtenances. 
The site of the house of friars of Clonshanmoyle in Comiaught, 
with appurtenances. The site of the house of friars of Ohlefyne 
co Rossecoman, with appurtenances. To hold for 21 years. Rent, 
£27 19s. 10A vi,, for Boyle £18 16s. id C “^uto, 
lQo Rrf • Tulskie 9s 2 d. \ Clonshanmoyle, 9s. 4=d. , Uicle- 

a of English nation » do nbt occur). Other provisions as rn 
2938. Fine £27 19s. 1(M.— 24 Nov., xx. 

3161 ^ “ 

»<**'“* 

myghell alias Rinkroo, Kfflnekannanaghe, Doimone, Disb.rtie, 
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1 B77_ Fiants — Elizabeth. 

Wynnaghe in the sea, the cell of the canons of Aghmore and 
land in Aghmore same co., two ruinous salmon and eel weirs on 
the river Owmore, the rectories of Tamplemigliell alias Rinkroo, 
&c. as in No. 1GS7 (but Ballyccmislyad is written Ballyeanished). 
To ' hold for 21 years. Rent, £10. Maintaining one English 
horseman. Provisions as in 2938. Fine £10.— [24 Nov., xx.] 
(See Auditor-General’s Patent Book, vol. 19, p. 133.) 

3162 (2712.) Grant to James Dowdall, of the Knocke, esq. ; of the 
office of the second justice of the Chief Place. To hold during 
pleasure, with the accustomed fees. — 26 Nov., xx. 

3163 (2715 ) Grant to Rob. Dillon, of Ryverston, esq. ; of the 
office of second justice of the Common Bench lately held by 
Rich. Talbott. To hold during pleasure, with the accustomed 

fees.— 26 Nov., xx.' . 

3164 ( 2799) Grant (under queens instructions, 2 Aug., xvn.) to 
■ Rob. Harpoll, of Catherlaughe, gent. ; of the grange of Kilmago- 

hock alias the Mounckes Grange, with its tithes, Queen’s co. 
To hold for ever, by the service of a twentieth part of a knight s 
fee Rent, 46s. 8 d. Maintaining one English footman. Pro- 
visions as in 3050. Fine [ ].— 26 Nov , xx. 

3165 (2993.) Pardon to Geoffrey Rothe, of Kilkenny, merchant, 
Rich. Powre, of same, merchant, and Edm. Monsell, of Kil- 
kennye, sherman. — 27 Nov., xx. 

3166 (2991.) Pardon to George Viclierman, of Neylestone, co. 
Dublin, yeoman.— 28 Nov., xx. 

3167 (2762.) Grant (under queens letter, 7 July, xv.) to lho* earl 

of Ormond and Ossory; of the ferry of the water of Wexford 
(rent 49s. Sc?.), also the lands of Great Balliphenock parcel of 
the manor of Balmascallers (rent 55s.), co. Wexford, possessions 
of the late earl of Salop. Pouers mill with the ferry of the 
water of Rosse, and the Earles meadow by the town of Rosse, 
co Wexford, possessions of the duke of Norfolk and lord 
Barckley (41s. 8 d.). To hold for ever, in common socage. 

Rent, £7 6s. id. as above — 26 Nov., xx. 

3 168 (2731.) Commission to Owen Moore, esq., clerk of the cheque; 

Eogiiih. to execute martial law in the counties of Lowthe and Metlie as 



in 218.— 1 Dec., xx, ... 

3169 (2660.) Lease (under commission 6 Aug., xvn) to ino. 
En S u.ii. Wackeley ; of the lands of Demore, co. Meath, and other lands 

and rents as in No. 1194 (Patriskiston appears as Patnckeston, 
and Swermore as Smeremore). Tenure, rent, and conditions as 
in No. 1194. Fine, £26 19s. 8<f.-[2] Dec., xx. 

3170 (3039.) Pardon to Win. O Carrule, knt., Owny m'Callaghe 
O Carrule, Morghe m'Coyne O Molaghlyn, of Ballmabreaghe, 
Kory m'Cahir O Dune, Owny duffe, his wife, Leynagh m Cahir 
O Dune, Shane m'Owen O Dune, and Dermot m'Donell boye.— 



3 Dec., xx. . .. >. . 

o-i 71 12770.) Grant (under queen’s instructions, 2 Aug., xvn.; to 
Tho. Moore, of Croghan, gent. ; of a castle in Casteltoirae a has 
Yonge Colleston, King’s co., and the lands of Casteltowne alias 
Yonge Casteltowne, Kilcorboighe, Colnaknapene, Ballisowei, 
Ballioge alias Ballibegge, Kilmakelly alias Ballmnakelly or Balh- 
mackelly, Firemore, Ballinlaghan, Boilaghsallagh, 
and the castle of Tougher, same co. To hold for ever by the 
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five English horsemen. Other provisions as in 



Maintaining — 0 

3001.— 5 Dec., xx. (Cal. P. R., vol. ii., p, 627.) 

31 72 (3070.) Pardon to Mnlmorry M'Kegho alias m'Edmonde, of 
Ballybonght, co. Dublin, husbandman. Security as in 897. 
Fine, 20s. — 6 Dec., xx. „ 

3 1 73 (2642.) Lease (under commission 6 Aug., xvii.) to Rob. 

Ej2 u,h. Harpoll, gent. ; of the manor and castle of Catherlaughe and its 
possessions as in No. 1600. To hold for 21 years, subject to the 
same rent and conditions as in No. 1600. Fine, £1 2. — 8 Dec., xx. 

31 74 (2671.) Lease (under commission 6 Aug., xvii.) to Sir W. 

E»sii«i. Drurye, knt., president of Mounster ; of the site of the house 
of friars of the Trinity, called friars of the redemption of captives, 
in Adare, co. Limerick, and its possessions as in No. 1143. The 
site of the house of Augustine friars of Adare, with appurtenances, 
co. Limerick. The site of the abbey of Nenagh, co. Limerick, 
with appurtenances. And the religious house of S. Katherine’s, 
called the monastery of Kailaglie, co Limerick, with appurten- 
ances. To hold for 21 years. Kent, £22 17s. 8d. Provisions 
as in 2938. Fine, £22 17s. 8 d. 10 [Dec.], xx. (See Auditw- 
General’s Patent Book, vol. 19, p. 135). 

31 75 (2757.) License to Ambrose Forthe, esq., master m Chancery; 

to be absent in England for six months.— 10 Dec., xx. 

3 1 76 (2800.) Grant to The. "Wyse and Marten Walshe, of Water- 
ford • of the following duties on goods imported at the adventure 
of any of the French king’s subjects— 3s., English, for each tun 
of wine, 18<£ for a ton of salt, 2s. for a ton of iron, and 18d tor 
each ton burthen of the ship besides her cargo. To be taken 
until they have obtained by this means £1,300. _ Accounting 
twice a year at the Exchequer. Kecites that a ship laden with 
merchandise to the value of £1,300 English had been taken from 
them bv certain of the French king’s subjects ; that they had 
failed to obtain redress from the French courts ; that a letter of 
mark for the seizure of French goods to that amount had been 
issued to them, dated [24] Dec., xi., hut owing to the mjury it 
would be to trade had not been executed, lorn. See No. 3191. 

— 10 Deo., xx. 

3177 (2990.) Pardon to Kich. Dowlen, of Clondolkan, co. Dublin, 
carpenter. — 10 Dec., xx. 

31 78 (2750.) Commission to Richard Westby, gent., serjeant of the 
English. Eil-nes and Tooles countries, and George Allen, constable of the 
queen’s castle called Castle Magyneghan ; to exercise martial law 
in the Byrnes and Tooles countries, asm 218.— 11 Dec., xx. 

3179 (2994.) Pardon to Donell riough m‘Owen O Brenain, of Rath- 
call, co. Kilkenny, idleman, Edm. more m’Donell MEwoy, of 
Domeriston, co. Kilkenny, labourer, and Geoffrey m Monartagh 
O’Brenain, of Dromgoill, same co., labourer.— 12 Dec., xx. 

3180 (2647.) Lease (under commission 6 Aug., xvu.) to John Ik k 
SngTii penny, gent. ; of the site of the house of the observant friars by 

Yovmliall, co. Cork, land called Gomokarnkye, and Gortrotmgan, 
land in Youghall, land in Drishanbogge, a garden late m the 
tenure of Tlfo. OMultree, Nich. Blake and Wm. O Rowe a 
garden late in the tenure of Anstace Walshe and James Bussell, 
five gardens in the tenure of Kob. B 1 ’® 1 ™®’ Maunsye Kelly, 
Philip O Flahane, Margaret Konane, and John TJmacke, m the 
franchises of Youghall. To hold for 21 years. Rent, d9s. 6d. 
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1577. . Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

3181 (2G7G.) Lease (under commission G Aug.; xvii.) to Jasper 
English. Collyn ; of the rectory of Churchetone, with a mansion house and 

land in the occupation of the curate, and the tithe corn of the 
parish, parcel of the possessions of the abbey of S. Peter of the 
Newton by Trytn. To hold for 21 years. Rent, 53s. 4<f. 
Provision as in 2967. Fine, 53s. 4cf. — 16 Dec., xx. 

3182 (6348.) Commission to Adam, archbishop of Dublin [lord 
keeper of the great seal, Tho., archb. of Armagh, Ckr.], viscount 
of Gormanston, Roland, viscount of Baltinglas, Hugh, bishop of 
[Meath, Tho., baron of Slane, Chr., baron of Delvin, Chr., 
baron of Houthe, Peter, baron of Trjymletiston, Patrick, baron 
of Lowth, Edward Fitton, knt., vice-treasurer, John Plunket, 
bnt., [chief justice], Lucas Dillon, chief baron, John Garvey, 
dean of the Holy Trinity, Dublin, one of the pi'ivy council, [John 
Ohalloner, another of the privy council], James Dowdall, 
second justice of the Chief Bench, Edward Fits Symon, serjeant 
at laws, Thomas Snagge, [attorney-general], Oliver Plunket, 
Patr. Barnewall, Tho. Fitz Williams, Wm. Sarsfeld, [knights, Win. 
Talbot, of Mullaghid], Janies Nugent fitz Christopher, and John 
Ewstace, of Castel marten, esquires ; to be justices, commissioners, 
and keepers of the peace in the counties of Dublin, Kildare, 
Meath, Westmeath, and Louth, with power to enquire of treasons 
and all other crimes, to deliver gaols, to hear suits commenced 
by bill or writ after the course of the court of Chancery, and in 
the absence of tho deputy to give decrees and judgments and 
cause them to he executed. Upper part injured. [26 Dec., xx.] 
(Cal. P.R., p. 11). 

1577-8. 

3183 (2728.) Grant to Tho. Dillon, of Newton by Trym, gent.; of 
the wardship and marriage of John, son and heir oi Tho. Tute, 
of Sonnaghe, co. Westmeath, gent. ; and the custody of his lauds, 
except the dower of the widow, Katherine Darcy. To hold during 
minority, paying, if the widow die, a rent of £33 6s. 8d. Fine 
£44. A note states that an inquisition found the lands of T. Tute 
were worth£7 7 8s. 6<Z., which after the wife’s jointure, were charged 
with £600 for his 5 children. Tho. Tute died 5 Oct., 1577, his 
heir being 10 years old. — 8 Jan., xx. 

3184 (2670.) Lease (under commission 6 Aug., xvii.) toHugh Lacey, 

English, clerk, late bishop of Limerick, and Jordan Roche, of Iymricke, 

merchant ; of the rectories of Garry, Asketne, Kiliuahoe, Lysmy- 
kire, and Eglise O Rossie, co. Limerick, with the tithes extending 
to Garrye, Ballistien, Ballenglande alias Englishe town, Ballene- 
clothie, Ballean, Lysmote, Kylmahooe, Lysmikiiie, Ballemullen, 
Arketne, Cortehroune, all in Connelaughe, co. Limerick, posses- 
sions of the priory of Kynshame in England. To hold for 21 
years. Rent £8. Not to alien without license. Fine £8.-18 
[Jan. xx.] ( recited in No. 3736). 

3185 (3058.) Pardon to Riccard Burcke, of Donsander, co. Galway, 
gent. Security as in 897. — 25 Jany., xx. 

3186 (3048.) Pardon to Nich. Fannynge, of Claraghevryckyn, co. 
Kilkenny, horsekeeper ; convicted of having with Peter Purcell, 
of same, horsekeeper, stolen three cows worth 20s. each from 
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1577-8. Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

3187 (5661)- Grant of English liberty to Donaldfitz Teige vie Kyn 
croith alias Mackyneroith, and Matthew, his brother, of Casbell, 
co. Tipperary, husbandmen, and their issue. — 5 Feb., xx. 

31 88 (2752.) Commission to Nich. Devorox, of Adamstone, esq. ; 
Eogiieh. to execute martial law in co. Wexford, for one year, as in 218. — 

6 Feb., xx. 

3189 (2714.) Grant to Roger Mainwaringe, esq. ; of the office of third 
baron of the Exchequer. To hold during pleasure with the accus- 
tomed fees. — 8 Pel., xx. 

3190 (2751.) Commission to [ ] Brien [ ]; to execute martial 

English, law in his country of Arra, as in 218.— 8 Feb., xx. 

31 91 (2754.) Grant to Tho. Wyse and Martin Walshe, of Water- 
Engiish. ford; as in Xo. 3176.. — 9 Feb., xx. 

31 92 (2785.). Charter of the Hospital of the Holy Trinity of New 
Boss. Thomas Gregory, late of New Bosse, co. Wexford, mer- 
chant, having built a house for sick poor by the chapel of S. Saviour 
in said town, his executors, Anastasia Wise, widow of Patr. W alsh, 
and George Conway, gent., petitioned for its incorporation. Con- 
way to be the first master; who with the consent of the sovereign 
and four seniors of the council of the town of New Bosse alias 
Bosseponte, shall choose a secular priest to be called a brother 
of the hospital, to celebrate service for the inmates in the church 
of S. Michael in the town ; these, with the sick poor of both 
sexes admitted to the hospital, are incorporated as the master, 
brethren, and poor. . They may acquire lands to the value of 
£200 a year; and may plead and be impleaded. The heirs of 
Tho. Gregory, with consent of the sovereign and four seniors of 
the council of the town, shall appoint future masters. The master, 
brethren and poor, and the heirs of Tho. Gregory shall, with the 
like consent, make rules for the government of the hospital 
They shall have the right to bury persons dying in the hospital, in 
the church and cemetery of S. Michael. (See Gal. P. R. vol. 
p. 163, note, where this charter is given very fully.) — 12.Feb., xx. 

3193 (2630.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvii.) to Teige Byrne 

EugUab. alias 0 Byrne, the “chiefest" of Tyreowyne in Connaught; of 

the site of the monastery of Kylmore, near the river Shynm m 
the country called Ivyrne, in Connaught, and the lands and 
rectory of Kilmore. To hold for 21 years. Bent, £3 10s. 
Maintaining one English horseman. Provisions as in 293b. 
Fine £3 10s.— 14 Feb., xx. 

3194 (2739.) Grant (under commission, 6 Aug., xvn.) to w m. Drury, 
knt., president of Munster; of the wardship and marriage of 
Bob. son and heir of James Walshe, late of Waterford ; and the 
custody of his lands. To hold during minority. Bent £10, and 
retaining 44s. 8 d. for the sustenance of the minor. Fine ±12 4s. b d. 



— 14: Feb., xx. 

3195 ( 2744.) Grant to W. Drury, knt., president of Munster ; oi 
the wardship and marriage of J ohn, son and heir of Henry White, 
late of Clonmell, co. Tipperary; and custody of his lands, except 
the third reserved to Anne Braye, the widow. To hold during 
minority. Bent £4 3s. Fine £4 3s. — 14 Feb., xx. 

31 96 (2778.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 9 Nov., xvn.) to George 
Moore, gent. ; of the rectories of Kilhee and Bathmolan, tlie 
advowson of the vicarages of Kilhee and Bathmolan, the tithes 
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1577-8. starts. — Elizabeth. 

of Ballecohin, Ballenecourtie, and Amnelleston, lialf a carucate 
of land in Ballydavybegge, half a carucate in Ballecordre, with, 
the tithes, and land called the Leccan, co. Waterford, possessions 
of the late hospital of S. John the Evangelist in the suburbs of 
Waterford, hitherto concealed. To hold for ever, in common 
socage. Rent 26s. 8 d. In consideration of his service in the 
wars in Scotland and Ireland. — 14 Feb., xx. 

31 97 (6027.) Surrender by Thomas Cotton and John Dongan, 
gentlemen ; of Corkagh, in the parish of Balfegh, co. Kildare, 
and the tithes of the same, and of Stablerston in same parish, and 
of Hodgiston in the parish of Tymogho, oo. Kildare ; (held under 
a lease in 1 5 33, from the hospital of S. J ohm of J erusalem, to David 
Sutton, of Rathebride, co. Kildare, gent.) ; also Beggery, eo. 
Wexford, parcel of the lands of the duke of Norfolk, (held under 
lease of 26 Oct., vi. Edward VI., to Richard lord Mountegarret.) — 
Dated 14 Eeb., xx. 

3198 (2644.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 12 June, xix.,) to 
English. Katherine Brereton, widow of Andrew Brereton ; of the lands of 

Ballybalrieke, eo. Louth, parcel of the possessions of John 
Burnell, of Balgriffyn, attainted, (recites fiant 215 Ph. and Mary) ; 
the rectory of Knockmark, oo. Meath, (recites a lease from 
Henry Duff, abbot of S. Thomas the Martyr, Dublin, 1 Dec., 
xxx., Henry VIII., to Arlanton TTsshiere, of Dublin, merchant, 
for 31 years from the end of a previous lease to him, for Ms 
life and one year after.) To hold for [30 years] from the end of 
the recited interests. Rent [£4 6s. 8<f.] for Ballybalrieke, and 
£10 13s. id. for Knockmark. Provisions as in 2970. (See 
Auditor-General's Patent Booh, ml. 6, j). 71.) — 15 Feb., xx. 

3199 (2650.) Lease (under commission, G Aug., xvii.,) to Edm. 
English, Butler, esq. ; of the site of the house of friars minors of the 

order of S. Francis, of Adare, co. Limerick, a great park or close 
on the west of the house, and two other parks and a mill. To 
hold for 21 years. Rent, £4. Provisions as in 2938. Fine £4. 
16 Feb., xx. 

32 00 (2698.) Grant to Wm. Olerke, gent. ; of the office of clerk 
English, of the first fruits, tithes, and twentieth parts of ecclesiastical 
benefices. To hold during pleasure, with a fee of £10, as John 
Margettes held it. — 16 Feb., xx. 

3201 (3038.) Pardon to Balthasar Shee, of Kilkenny, yeoman, Wm. 
Hwone, of same, shoemaker, and Isabella Roth, of same, spinster. 
— 16 Feb., xx. 

32 02 (6043.) Surrender by Thomas Chester and George Goodman, 
gent., assignees of Christopher Davers and Charles Egingham; 
of the site and possessions of the house of S. J ohn Baptist, by 
Loughrie in 0 Manny, held under lease, No. 1483, with the 
intention of their being again leased to them. See No- 3241. 
— Dated 16 Feb., xx. 

32 03 (2677.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug., xvii.,) to James 
English. Heydon, gent.; of the site of the house of begging friars of 
Baltymore, called the monastery 'of Iniscircan, co. Cork, mth 
two gardens and a close adjoining. To hold for 21 years. Bent 
26s. 8 d. Provisions as in 2938. Fine 26s. 8d.— 17 Feb., xx. 

32 04 (2639.) Lease (under commission, 6 Aug.,, xvii.,) to John 
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38 29 (2881.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 31 May, 1579) to 
Bartholomew Talbott, gent. ; of the offices of prothonotary or 
chief prothonotary, keeper of the writs and records, and ckiro- 
grapher of the Common Bench. To hold during good behaviour, 
with the accustomed fees. — 4 March, cadi. 

3630 (2886.) Commission to James Grace, esq., sheriff of Catkerlagh; 
English, to execute martial law in that county, as in 218. — 4 March, xxii. 

3631 (2885.) Commission to Win. Browne, of Malrankan, co. 
English. Wexford, esq. ; to execute martial law in the county of Wexford, 

as in 218. — 8 March, xxii. 

36 32 (5818.) Commission to Robert, bishop of Kildare, John 
Garvey, dean of Christ Church, Dublin, James • Dowdall, second 
justice of the Chief Place, Edm. FitzSymon, serjeaut at laws, 
Rob. Garvey, master in Chancery, and John Magwyre, pre- 
bendary of Donlovan, as delegates ; to hear an appeal from a 
sentence of master Robert Convey, ll.d., vicar general of 
• Dublin, in a matrimonial cause between Laurence Taffe and 
Thomazen Marten. On paper. — 14 March, xxii. 

1580. 

3633 (5817.) Commission to John Garvey, dean of Christ Church, 
Dublin, Ambrose Forthe, and Robert Garvey, masters in 
Chancery, James Douclal, second justice of the Queen’s Bench, 
Oliver Eustace, learned in the law, John M'Guyr, Richard 
Thomson, and Henry XJsher, clerks, as delegates; to hear an 
appeal by J ohn Daly from a sentence of Robert Conway, 
vicar general of Dublin.— -12 Ap., xxii. 

3634 (2870.) Appointment of Torrelagh OHeyne, son to the late 
English. 0 Heyne, chief of his name ; to be second person or tanist in the 

country or cantred of Kylloveragh alias 0 Heynes country in 
the province of Connaught. To hold during pleasure, with such 
profits as he of right ought to have. — 24 Ap., xxii. 

36 35 (2952.) Pardon to Wm. Bourke, of Shrowre, co. Mayo, gent., 
Ricardm‘Tho.ogeM‘Jolmen,ofsame,Feaghem‘Tho.ogeM‘Johnen, 
of same, Brian O Moran, Katherine or Kattelyn Bourke, of same, 
Meiler m'Tebbot riough M'Johnen, of Ballyncowsin, Theobald 
reough M‘ J ohnen, of same, Meiler m'Ricard Echoggie, of Dowrath, 
Sheane M'Johnen, of Kyllelynan, and Howke m'Ricard m'Shane 
boye M'Johnen, of Ballybackagh, kern. Security as in 897. 
Granted upon the recommendation of sir N. Malbie, governor of 
Connaght. — 2S April, xxii. 

36 36 (2894.) Commission to Walter Walshe, esq., sheriff of the 
English, county Kilkenny ; to execute martial law in that county as in 
218. — 1 May, xxii. 

3837 (2S65.) Livery to Gilbart, son and heir of Rob. Talbott, late 
English, of Belgard, gent. Fine £114 8s. — 10 May, xxii. 

3838 (28C2.) Authority to Paul Greene and Ralph Hocknell, 
English, gentlemen ; to take up hay in the counties of Dublin, Kildare, 

Meath, Westmeath, Louth, Catherlough, and Wexford, for the 
use of the horses maintained by the lord justice at.Kilmaynham 
or elsewhere, paying ready money at usual prices, to impress 
mowers and labourers paying for each acre of liay cut and made 
up 2s. sterling as accustomed, to take carts, garrans, and boats, 
and watermen and mariners, for its conveyance, paying at the 
usual rates. — 28 May, xxii. 

36 39 (2871.) Grant to H'ich. Kenny, gent. ; of the office of clerk of 
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pleasure, with a fee of £10, and such other fees as John 
Margettes had. — 28 May, xxii. 

3640 (6118.) License to Gerald, earl of Kildare; to alienate Bus- 
shoppestown alias Busshoppescowrt, co. Westmeath, to Hugh 
bishop of Meath, and his successors for ever. — 2 June, xxii. 

3641 (2867.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 31 March’ xxii.) to 
Edward Waterhouse, esq., one of the privy council; of the office 
of overseer and keeper of the river Shenan from the town of 
Letrym. in the country of Barnard 0 Rwark, chief of his nation, 
to the great rock near the castle [of Downeasse] in the tenure of 
George Fannynge, of the city of Limerick, merchant. To hold 
for ever. With power to stake ordinances for matters concern- 
ing the river, and to fine and punish offenders. He is to be pro- 
vided with two galleys, for the transport of men and victualB'in all 
places between Athlone and Killalowe, and also between Athlone 
and the upper parts of Loghrie, and is to maintain or replace 
them. He may receive fees from the owners of boats for their 
registration in books ; may hold a court for the hearing of con- 
troversies arising upon the river, and may retain the half of 
forfeited recognizances. He shall have the fishing and fowling 
of the river (the weirs of the manor and abbeys of Athlone 
excepted); also the swans on the river, in like manner as the 
overseer of the swans on the Thames ; and may take timber from 
the banks for repair of the galleys. He shall have 2s. English 
a day for two masters of the galleys, and 8 d. a day each for 30 
other men. He is to make Athlone his head quarters, and to 
receive there ground for a house and garden. Weirs being im- 
pediments to navigation and destructive to fish, he may destroy 
them, those of the manor and abbeys of Athlone excepted. The 
islands being usurped by rebels, the government of these islands 
is given to him, as sole justice of the peace there, that he may 
endeavour to have them occupied by boatmen who may assist 
the navigation of the river. Partly defaced. (See Auditor-General’s 
Patent Book , ml. 6, p. 86.) — 17 June, xxii 

36 42 (2899.) Grant (under commission, 28 Ag., xxi.) to Edw. " 
Waterhowse, esq. ; of the wardship and marriage of Mary Agarde, 
one of the daughters and heirs of Francis Agarde, late of Grange- 
gorman, co. Dublin, esq. ; and custody of the lands, To hold 
during minority, without account. Fine £20. — 28 June, xxii. 

3643 (2875.) Grant to Nich. Lewis; of the office of clerk of the 
pipe or chief engrosser in the Exchequer. To hold during 
pleasure, with the accustomed fees, as John Goddall or Michael 
Ketlewell had. — 22 July, xxii 

3644 (2872.) Grant to John Ball, a.m., ll.b. ; of the office of 
one of the masters of Chancery, vacant by the death of Rob. 
Garvey. To hold during pleasure, with the fees to the office 
belonging. — 30 July, xxii. 

3645 '(2873.) Grant to James Spenscer, esq.; of the office of 
constable of the castle of Limerick. To hold during good 
behaviour, as fully as Andrew Wyse, or any other, with a fee 
of £10 ster. — 30 July, xxii. 

3646 (2948.) Pardon to Roger Orimhle, late of Carigfargus, gent. ; 
for the killing of Wm. Bowroes, late of same, soldier. On a 
certificate from Mr. Sackford and others, that it was by chance. — 

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XJgo. Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

3647 (5816.) Commission to Hob. bishop of Kildare, John Garvey, 
dean of Christ Church, Dublin, Ambrose Forth, John Ball, 
Oliver Ewstaee, Tho. Spensfeld alias Spelano, learned in the lav, 
Wm. Bathe and Patrick Garet, learned in municipal law (juris 
municipalis experti), and J ohn Magwir, prebendary of Donlovan ; 
to hear an appeal from a sentence by Terence, dean of Armagh, in 
a matrimonial cause between Hugh .Maganeis, knt., and 
Sophronia 0 Nele. — 3 Aug., xxii. 

3648 (2863.) License to Edw. Waterhous, esq., one of the privy 
council; to be absent in England for two years. — 4 Aug., xxii. 

36 49 (2956.) Pardon to David Terdon, late of Galweye. At the 
suit of sir N. Malby.— 4 Aug., xxii. 

3650 (2958.) Pardon to Tirrelogh Magohegan, of Moycashell, co. 
Westmeath, kern, Shane O Kelly, of same, kern, Ferall M’Kegan 
' [ ], James M'Doynlewe, of same, kern, John 

Leynan, of same, yeoman, Hugh 0 Bryanan, of same, hoy, 
Ferall Magoghegan [ ], kern, Donohowe 0 Heveryn, 

of same, kern, and Shane 0 Molloy, of Kilmanchan, King’s co. 
Security as in 897. Granted upon the bishop of Meath’s 
commendation. — 6 Aug., xxii. 

3651 (2953.) Pardon to Teige Kean, of Rathbegan, co. Meath, 
and John Kean, of same, farmers, Tho. Collen, of same, and 
Walter Enowes, of Esoteston, said co., cottiers, andEdm. Flyn, 
of Rathbegan. Security as in 897. At the suit of Mr. Meilor 
Hussey. — 7 Aug., xxii. 

36 52 (2861.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 29 Nov., xxii.) to Am- 

ingiish. brose Forthe, gent., one of the masters of Chancery ; of the site 
of the hospital of S. John by Kelles, co. Meath, and the 
possessions of that hospital, and of the abbey of the B. V. M., 
by Tryme, leased in A T o. 868 ( the name written Cork appears here 
as Cark, Balnecley as Ballynecley) ; also the lands of Moreton 
Curragh, co. Meath, parcel of the possessions of the said hospital. 
To hold for 21 years, from the determination of existing interests. 
Rent 30s. for Moreton Curragh, and £17 18s. 6 cl. for the 
remainder. Maintaining one English archer. Not to levy 
coyne. — 8 Aug., xxii. 

3653 (2864.) License to sir W. Gerrard, knt., lord chancellor, who 

Engliih. is ofttimes troubled with sickness, for recovery of which he is 

forced to seek help in England ; to repair to England as often as 
he feels unable for the work of his office. — 8 Aug., xxii. 

3654 (2874.) Grant to John Bowen, gent. ; of the office of serjeant 
at arms in the province of Munster. To hold during pleasure, 
as fully as John Jarmyn held it. — 8 Aug., xxii. 

3655 (2955.) Pardon to Donatus Cahissie, late of Limerick, clerk, 
and chancellor of Limerick ; convicted before the chief baron at 
the sessions at Limerick, of high treason, in aiding Gerald, late 
earl of Desmond, John and James FitzGerald, knights, and other 
traitors at Asketten and elsewhere. — 8 Aug., xxii. 

36 56 (2957.) Pardon to Wm. Terell, of Portloman, co. Westmeath, 
gent. Security as in 897. — 8 Aug., xxii. 

36 5 7 (2893.) Commission to Adam, archb. of Dublin, keeper of the 
great seal, Tho., earl of Ormond, treasurer, Tho., arelib. of 
Armagh, Gerald, earl of Kildare, Chr., vise. Gormanston, James, 
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Chr., baron of Delvin, Chr., baron of Houth, Peter, baron of 
Trymletiston, Henry Wallope, knt., vicetreaanrer, N. Bagnall, 
knt., marshal, J. Plunket, chief justice, L. Dillon, knt., chief 
baron, N. ’Whit, master of the rolls, N. Ma%, knt., Henry 
Colley, knt., John Chaloner, J. Garvey, dean of Christ Church, 
Dublin, and Edw . \V aterhouse, members of the privy council; to be 
justices, commissioners, and keepers of the peace in the counties of 
Dublin, Kildare, Meath, Louth, Westmeath, Carthelagh, Queen’s, 
King’s, Wexford, Longford, Wicklow, Femes, and Cavan, and 
the province of Ulster, during the absence of the lord justice in 
Munster and the west. With powers as in No. 2445. The 
earl of Kildare to command the forces should they be called out. 
— Date torn. ( Signed by sir William Pelham as lord justice, who 
was superseded in the government by Arthur, lord Grey of Wilton 
on 12 Aug., 1580.) 

3658 (2902.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 26 May, xxii.) to Wm. 
English. Piers, gent. ; of the site of the priory of the B. V. M. of 
Tristernagh, oo. Westmeath, and possessions as in No. 467, 
(but Dmmowre is written Donowre, and Killuknewan is Killene- 
knevane.) To hold for 26 years, from the determination of So. 
1679. Bent ,£60, part in corn. Maintaining two English 
horsemen. Other provisions as in 2970. — 22 Aug., xxii. 

36 59 (2879.) Grant (under letter of the privy counpil, 1 April, 
xxii.) to Hugh Payne, gent. ; of the offices of Serjeant at arms 
for the kingdom of Ireland, and marshal of the four courts. To 
hold during pleasure, with such fees as John Bennett or Rich. 
Lawrence had. — 2 Sept., xxii. 

3660 (2876.) Grant to Bob. Longe, gent. ; of the office of constable 
and keeper of the castle of Limerick. To hold during pleasure, 
with the accustomed fees, as Hercules Rainsford, or any other 
had. — 3 Sept., xxii. 

3661 (2890.) Authority to Tho. Myghte, surveyor general of the 
Engiisii. victuals ; to take up artificers and means of transport as in 

2431, and houses of stowage, lofts, cellars, garnells, bakehouses, 
brewhouses, bawns, pastures, and other places for stowage, and 
also wood, coal, heath, furze, turf, and other fuel, at reasonable 
prices, for ready money or giving his hills. — At Dublin, 
8 Sept, 1580. 

36 62 (2880.) Grant to Chr. Elemyng, esq. ; of the office of attorney 
general. To hold during good behaviour, with the accustomed 
fees, as John Bath or any other had. — 9 Sept., xxii. 

36 63 (2897.) Grant (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Edw. 
FitzSimondes, serjeant at laws ; of the wardship and marriage 
of John, son and heir' of Henry Harbarte, late of Outtlandeston 
co. Kildare, gent. : and custody of his lands. To hold during 
minority. Rent, £4. Fine 20s.— 20 Sept., xxii. 

3664 (5819.) Commission to Robert, bishop of Kildare, George 
Acworthe, ll.d., John Bathe, of Dromconrowe, chancellor of 
the green wax of the Exchequer, Rich. Bealinge, solicitor 
general, John Ball, vicar general of Meath, Tho. Jhones, 
chancellor of S. Patrick’s Dublin, as delegates ; to hear an 
appeal from a sentence of J ohn Ball, vicar general of Meath, in 
a tithe cause between 3 ohn Plunckett, knt., the chief justice, 
and Jenette his wife, and Arthur Brenaton, of the parish of 
Killian, diocese of Meath. — 1 Oct., xxii. 

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30 65 (5815.) Commission to Rob., bishop of Kildare, John Garvey, 
dean of Christ Church, Dublin, Edw. Fitzsy mons, serjeant at laws, 
Chr. Fleminge, attorney general, Rich. Bealing, solicitor 
general, and George Acworthe, ll.d., as delegates ; to 
hear an appeal by Gaspar Canton and Egidia or Gilina 
Synnot, his wife, of Wexford, from a sentence of Ambrose 
Forthe a.jl, ll.b., vioar general and official principal of the 
archbishop of Dublin. (See No. 3732.) — 25 Oct., xxii. 

36 66 ( 2888.) Commission to Tho., earl of Ormond and Ossorye, 
English. high treasurer; to be general and chief leader of the army 
for the expedition in Mounster (in the absence of the governor) ; 
to punish with fire and swox’d as manifest traitors and rebels 
Gerald, late earl of Desmond, John of Desmond and James of 
Desmond, knights, as in 3602. Date tom.* 

36 67 (2889.) Grant to Rich. Malbie, knt. ; of the ofiaee of governor 
of the province of Connaught and Thomond. To hold during 
pleasure. Also to W. Gerrard, knt., chancellor, T., earl of 
Ormond, treasurer, Tho., arclib. of Armagh, Adam, archb. of 
Dublin, Wm., archb. of Tuam, G., earl of Kildare, Conor, earl 
of Thomond, Hugh, bishop of Meath, Hugh, bishop of Clonfert, 
Stephen, bishop of Kilmacduagh, Maurice, bishop of Killaloughe, 
Barnabv, lord of Upper Ossory, Edm. Brymgham, baron of 
Athenry, H. Wallope, knt., vicetreasurer, N. Bagnall, knt., 
marshal, J. Plunket, chief justice, N. Nugent, chief justice of 
the Common Bench, L. Dillon, chief baron, N. Whit, master of 
the rolls, N. Malbie, governor of the province, Henry Colly, 
knt., John Challoner, J. Garvey, dean of the Holy Trinity, 
Dublin, Edw. Waterhouse, members of the privy council, Edw. 
Fitz Symon, serjeant at laws, Edm. Butler, attorney general, 
Rich. Beling, queen's solicitor, Tho. Dillon, chief justice of the 
•province, John Bourke, knt., Donald O Brien, knt., Donald 
0 Connor, knt., Brian 0 Rorike, knt., Tho. le Strange, esq., the 
mayor of Galwey for the time being, Nich. Fitz Symon, of 
Dublin, alderman, Anthony Brabazon, Chr. Lambe, Nathaniel 
Smitlie, Rich. Bourke alias Richard inirer, and Rich. Bourke 
fitz Olifer, gentlemen, Tho. Arthur, recorder of Limerick, 
Stephen White, of same, alderman, Henry Gilford, Tho. Fissher, 
John Norton, John Malbie, John Merlery, Morghe ne _ do 
0 Flatery, Hugh 0 Kelly, Brian M'Dermod, of Carrike, 
Mallaghlen m'Inahb 0 Kelly, and Teige O Kelly, of Molaghmore, 
gentlemen ; to be justices and commissioners in the province of 
Connaught and Thomond, to take recognizances and do all 
things contained in the queen’s instructions of 3l March, xxi. 
(See Cal. P. R, vol. ii., p. 18), and to hear and determine all 
actions. Date tom. 

36 68 (2887.) Commission to certain persons of whose names the 
following only remain : Tho., earl of Ormond, the lord of Upper 
Ossory, Edm. Bremigham, baron of [Athenry], John Plunket, 
chief justice, L. Dillon, chief baron, Nich. White, master of the 
rolls, Henry Colley, knt., John Challoner, Edw. Waterhouse, 
Tho. le Strange, Anthony Brabazon, Chr. Lambe, and Nathaniel 
Smyth ; that they or two of them of whom Nich. Malbey, knt., 

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to be one, shall be commissioners for the province of Conaught 
and Thomond ; with authority ns in No. 2862. Malbie to he 
general of the forces in the field, during the absence of the 
deputy. Date torn. 

36 69 (2891.) Commission to sir Henry Cowley, knt. ; to execute 
English, martial law in Brimigam's country, alias the barony of Carbrie, 
and the King’s county, as in 218. — [ ] 1580. 

3670 (2892.) Commission to [G. earl of Kildare (?)] ; to be general 

English, and chief leader of the army in [ ], Kings co., 

Eastmeath, Westmeath, Longford, and Louth ; to make war on 
James, late viscount of Baltinglas, and Feagh m'Hugh, with 
powers as in 3602. Date torn, 

3671 (5991.) Surrender by Nicholas White, master of the rolls ; of 

the site of the priory of the B. V. M. of Connall, co. Kildare, 
lands of Great Connall, Old Connall, Lowestowne, Clonings, 
Oldeton, Walsheton, Ballymanny, and little Marisheton, the 
rectories of Great Connall, Laditon, Lowistowne, Harberteston, 
Dowdingestowne, Clonings, Walsheton, and Oldton, co. Kildare. 
Recites lease to Edmund Butler, No. 1216; conveyance from 
Butler to White, 20 Sept., 1577 ; and queen’s letter, 22 May, 
1580.— Dated ( ) 1580, xxii. 

3672 (3136.) Livery to Oliver Plunket, of Tallonston, co. Louth, 
baron of Louth, son and heir male of Tho. Plunket, knt., late 
baron, and brother of Patrick, late baron, and uncle of Patrick, 

s late baron, son of the said Patrick, also to J ames Dowdall, of 
Knocke, Barnaby Skurloke, of Frayne, Tho. Ohamerlen, of 
Niclerath, Lawrence Clynton, of Dowdeston, Rob. Taaff, of 
Clyntonrathe, Chr. Taaff, of Gilbarteston, Tho. Plunket, of 
Harieston, George Ohamerlen, of Kilreske, Wm. Blackny, of 
Riggenhore, and John Dillon, of Dublin, gentlemen, enfeoffed to 
the use of said Oliver ; of the temporal possessions of the priory 
of Louth, and his other lands. Fine £125 11s. 2 d . — 21 Dec., 
xxiii. 

36 73 (3132.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 22 May, 1580,) to Nich. 
Eugiiih. White, master of the rolls ; of the site of the priory of Connall, 
<fcc., as in No. 3671. Recites No. 1216, and assignment of the 
premises to White, dated 20 Sept., xix. To hold for the term 
in No. 1216. Rent £26 19s. 5 d . — 23 Dec., xxiii. 

3674 (3116 .) Grant to Tho. Thomlynson; of the office of fletcher. 
To hold during pleasure, with a fee of 12 d. sterling, a day, as the 
said Thomas, or Randolph Kellie had. “ To Thomas the fletcher 
of Chester.” — 29 Dec., xxiii. 

1580-1. 

36 75 (3104.) Grant to Rich. Wake, gent. ; of the office of controller 
of the custom on wine in the ports of Dublin, Waterford, 
Limerick, and Gallwaye, under the statute 11 Eliz., sess. 4, ch. i. 
To hold during pleasure, with the accustomed fees. — 15 Jan., 
xxiii. 

36 76 (2907.) Pardon to Edm. fitz John Fitzgibbon, of Michelston, 
00 . Cork, gent. ; for the death of James Roche negelagh, and all 
those who were slain with him. Security as in 897. Fine £5, 
— 17 Jan., xxiii. 

36 77 (6306.) Patent in pursuance of the foregoing fiant — At 
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1580-1. Fiauts. — Elizabeth. 

3678 (3105.) Grant to Roger Radford, of Dublin, gent. ; of the 
office of clerk of the court, prothonotary, keeper of the write and 
records, and clerk of the crown and peace, in the liberty of 
Wexford, and clerk of the peace, and of assizes, in the co. Wex- 
ford. To hold during pleasure, with the accustomed fees, as 
Edw. Ragged or any other had.— 23 Jan., xxiii.— “ Given gratis 
to Radford for that he is the L. Chancellor’s man.”.. 

3679 (3129.) Lease (under queen’s letter, U Feb., xxii.) to George 
Bagiish. Grace, gent. ; of the lands of Luske, co. Dublin, 6s. 8 d. rent out 

of Patr. Finglas’s land in the Dollaughe, 13s. 4<A out of Lesso- 
laughe co. Meath, land in Grenok, co. Meath, and the tithes of 
Reyglas, co. Dublin, (reciting No. 2694.) The lands of 
Symondeston and Corbettiston, co. Meath, (recitmg No. 2983.) 
To hold for 21 years, from the determination of existing leases. 
Rent £19 16s. 2d -Provision as in 2970. — 23 Jan., xxiii. 

36 80 (3134.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 15 Aug., xxii.) to Gerald 
logiiab. Aylmer, son of Rich. Aylmer, late of Lyons ; of lands in 
Colronan, co. Meath, the rectory of Rathmolian, with the tithes 
extending to Rathmolian, Focceston, Mollynaugh, Cloncurry, 
Colintraugh, Bolyn, Typtynan, Troman, Oorbally, Castleton, 
Rath, and Coldor, co. Meath, lands in Killezonogan alias Enlle- 
conogan, the rectory of Killezonogan alias Killeconogan, with 
the tithes extending to Killezonogan, Keraneston, Clongreny, 
Clonkeuan, Keilenalier, Colronan, Kilbarghe, Orossainston, 
Mouchewood, Dorhous, Ballyner, Glaughmorry, Moifeagher, 
Parketowne, Portlester, Balrobin, and Partan, co. Meath. 
(Recites a lease from the prior of S. J ohn of J erusalem in Ireland, 
in 1535, to John, lord Trymletteston and Tho. Luttrell, knt., of 
the parsonages of Killeconogan alias Killezonogan, and Rath- 
molean, for 30 years ; and a lease in reversion in 1539 to said 
Luttrell for 81 years.) To hold for 30 years, from the end of 
recited lease. Rent £42, part in corn. Provisions as in 2938. 
— 24 Jan., xxiii. 

3681 (3086.) Grant to Wm. Bowen, gent. ; of the office of provost 

English, marshal of the province of Leinster, and the counties of Last- 

meath and Westmeath. To hold during pleasure, with a fee of 
2s. 3 d. a day, and the leading of 10 horsemen.— 28 Jan., xxm. 

3682 (3087.) Grant to Hugh m'Tyrlaugh roo O Connor, , gent. ; of 

Engiiih. the office of tanist, or second person, in O Connor Roo’s country. 

To hold during pleasure, in as ample manner as any former 
tanist. — 28 Jan., xxiii. . . , 

3683 (3109.) Grant (under commission, 18 July, xxn.) to Gerald 

FitzGeralde, gent., and Alsona St. Lawrence alias Howthe, 
widow of George Fitz Geralde, gent., slain in the queen’s service ; 
of the wardship and marriage of Edward, son of said George , 
and enstody of*his lands. To hold during minority. Rent, 
£22 6s. — 29 Jan., xxiii. _ _ 

3684 (2941.) Pardon to Thady O Conor Roo called O Connor 
Roow, chief of his name in the country of Clayntye alias 
O Connor Rooes country, and Hugh m'Tirrelagh roo O Connor, 
tanist or second person of the said country. 5 Feb., xxm. 

36 85 (3108.) Grant to Marmaduke, bishop of Waterford and 
Lismore ; to be provost, custos, and rector, of the college in 
Yaugliall, diocese of Cork ; if vacant, or upon the first vacancy. 
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3688 (3102.) Grant to Mich. Cusacke, of Rathalron, co. Meath, 
esq. ; of the office of third baron of the Exchequer. To hold 
during pleasure, with the accustomed fees. — 9 March, xxiii. 

3687 (5584.) License to Tirlaugh M'Cabe ; to alienate to Arland 
English. TJschere of Dublin, gent., the rectory of Skurlokeston, co. Meath, 

of the possessions of S. Thomas the Martyr held under lease 
No. 2852. To be held subject to the same conditions. — 
10 March, xxiii. 

3688 (2935.) Pardon to Rich. Curren, of Dublin, cook j convicted 
before W alter Ball, mayor, and George Taylor, recorder, of Dublin, 
of stealing at S. Thomas street, Dublin, two oxen worth 40s., of 
the goods of Matilda Cusacke, of Dublin, widow. Security at in 
897. Given gratis by the lord keeper for that he was one of his 
kitchen. — 12 March, xxiii. 

36 89 (3085.) Grant to Lodovicus Bryskett, gent. ; of the office of 
general controller of the custom on wine, under 11 Eliz., sess. 4, 
oh. 1., in the ports of the cities of Dublin, Waterford, Limerick, 
Corke, and towns of Drogheda, Gallwey, Yoghull, Wexford, 
Kossein co. Wexford, Kinsale, Carigfergus, Dongarvan, Dondalk, 
Carlingford, Sligo, and Dingleguisse alias Dingleneguise. To 
hold during good behaviour, with the accustomed fees. — 
14 March, xxiii. 

36 90 (3107) Grant to Laurence Hollingshed, gent. ; of the offices 
of collector and surveyor of the customs of Dublin and Drogheda, 
and the office of general keeper of the records in the Brymigham’s 
Tower in Dublin castle. To hold during pleasure with the 
accustomed fees. — 15 March, xxiii. 

3691 (5495.) Grant (under queen’s instructions, 31 March, 1579) 
to John Easton, engineer ; of a pension of £40 sterling, for life, 
payable out of the revenues of the province of Connaught. — 
16 March, xxiii. 

36 92 (2936.) Pardon to Patr. Macardell, late of Nall, co. Dublin, 
horseboy. — 16 March, xxiii, 

3693 (3115.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 7 July, xv.) to Tho., earl 
of Ormond and Ossory ; of a messuage and garden in S. John’s 
street in the suburbs of Wexford, in the tenure of Patr. Talbot, 
land in Balligallaghe, land called Thomas is land, lands in 
Rocheston, and S. Brigit’s in Tamon, the tithes of the parish of 
S. Brigit in Tamon, and lands in Ballikeocke, co. Wexford, 
possessions of the hospital of S. John of Jerusalem in Ireland, 
(rent 56s. 8 d .) ; land in Cowlocke, co. Dublin, parcel of the 
possessions of John Burnell, attainted, (30s.) \ a garden and 
orchard called Collett's Inns alias the Old Exchequer by the 
church of S. George the martyr in the suburbs of Dublin, parcel 
of the queen’s ancient hereditament, (13s. 4d.) ; land in KJldimock 
late in the tenure of Rob. Barnewall, in co. Meath, parcel of the 
queen’s petty farm, (13s. 4 d.) ; a house in the tenure of Tho. 
Swe and James Wyse, goldsmith, in Waterford, parcel of the 
lands of James Pitz Gerald, attainted, (13s. 4d.) ; the site of the 
castle of Oarge and land adjoining, _ co. Wexford, (18d.), a 
messuage and land by Blackwater in Kilmurry, co. Meath, 
(5s. 2d.), parcel of the lands of Rich. Walsh, attainted. To hold 
for ever, in free socage. Rent, £6 13s. 4d. as above. 

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3694 (3103.) Grant to Edmund Spenser, gent., secretary of the 
deputy ; of the office of registrar or clerk in Chancery, for 
faculties under the statute 28 Hen. VIII. To hold during good 
behaviour, with the fees belonging to the office. — 22 March, xxiii. 
Given free from the Seale to Mr. Spenser in respect he ys 
Secretarieto the right honorable the Lord Deputie. (On paper). 

3695 (6518.) Commission' to Win. Bowen; to execute martial law 
English, in the province, of Leinster, and the counties of East [and West 

Meath]; as in 218. Half destroyed [ ] 1580. 

1581 

3696 (3096.) Grant to Peter Carewe, gent., one of the queen's 
English, pensioners in Ireland ; of the office of constable and keeper of 

the gaol or castle of Naas, co. Kildare. To hold during pleasure, 
with such fees as Tho. Miaghe had. Not to prejudice his 
pension of 2s. a day. — 5 April, xxiii. 

3697 (3118.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 7 July, xv.) to Tho., earl 
of Ormond and Ossory ; of an old ruinous tower called Connaghte 
tower covered with straw, near the castle of Athlone, with a 
parcel of land on the south side containing 90 feet, and a garden 
plot with certain ruined cottages on the north side, and a parcel 
of land in the great foss on the west, from the tower to the 
river Shinnen. To hold for ever, in free socage. Rent, 16d. — 

7 April, xxiii. 

36 98 (6527 a.) Commission to [sir Wm. Gerrard, or] the lord 

English, chancellor [or lord keeper] for the time being, Tho., archbishop 
of Ardmagh, Adam, archbishop of Dublin, Hugh, bishop i [of 
Meath, Bob., bishop of Kildare, Hugh, bishop of Downe], Nich., 
bishop of Ossory and Kilkenny, Marmaduke, bishop of Water- 
ford and Lismore, sir Nich. Malby, [chief colonel of Connaght], 
sir Henry Wallop, [vicetreasurer], sir Nich. [Bagnoll, marshal, 
sir J. Plunkett, chief justice, sir Lucas Dillon, chief baron, N. 
White, master of the rolls, sir John Garvey, dean of Christ 
Church, Edw.] Waterhouse, Geoffrey Fenton, [esquires, members 
of the privy council], sir Edw. Moore, George [Aekworthe, and 
Bob.] Conwaye, [doctors of civil law], Tho. Johnes, [chancellor 
of S. Patrick’s], Rick. Thompson, [treasurer of the same], 
Ambrose Forth, John Ball, [masters of Chancery, Henry Usher, 
archdeacon of Dublin, the mayors of Dublin, Waterford, 
Lymerick, Cork, Galwaye, Drogheda], and Youghull, the 
sovereigns of Kilkenny, [Wexford, Kilmallock], Clonemell, 
Kensall, and Fetkerd, John Usher, and Walter Ball, [of Dublin, 
aldermen] ; to be commissioners for ecclesiastical causes. — [10 
April, xxiii.] (A fragment. The commissioners' names are 
recited in No. 4128.) 

36 99 (2945.) Pardon to Richard Inearen Bourk, chief of his nation, 
Edm. Bourk, gent., and Farrigh M'Conelle, of Clonynine, co. 
Mayo, gent. — 12 April, xxiii. 

3700 (3113.) License to Ambrose Forth, esq., one of the masters of 
Chancery; to be absent in England for six months. — 14 April, 
xxiii. 

3 701 (3091.) Grant to Geoffrey Fenton, esq., one of the secretaries 

English, of state ; of the office of general cessor and collector of cesses in 
all the baronies of the counties of Dublin, Meath, Westmeath, 
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during pleasure, with the accustomed allowance of freedom in 
each barony. With power to cess, allot, and levy, equally such 
contributions as may he imposed on these counties, and to dis- 
train for non-payment. Recites the prevalence of frauds among 
the barony collectors. — 25 Ap., xxiii. 

37 02 (2906.) Pardon to Bernard O Rwarke, gent. — 29 April, xxiii. 

37 03 (6231.) Warrant for a writ to discharge Peter Barrie, of 
English. Ballenekill, co. Kildare, gent., from appearance in the Chief 
Place, he being employed under captain Ley against James 
Eustace, and other rebels. Thomas Eustace, of Molaglicaishe, 
and Walter Eustace, of Ballycullane, co. Kildare, gentlemen, 
were bound in £500 for his appearance. — Dated 5 May, xxiii. 

3704 (3101.) Grant to Adam, archbishop of Dublin; of the custody 
of the great seal, during pleasure ; W. Gerrard, knt. , the chancellor, 
having died. With power to perform all duties of the chancellor- 
ship ; receiving the accustomed fees. — 6 May, xxiii. 

3705 (3119.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 13 A.ug., xxi) to Henry 
Haringeton, knt. ; of the rectory of Naas, co. Kildare, parcel of 
the possessions of the hospital of S. John of Jerusalem in 
Ireland, (rent £20) ; the rectory of Tuhber, co. Kildare, parcel of 
the possessions of the house of nuns of Gracia Dei, co. Dublin, 
(£3 8s.) ; the tithes of corn of Eenaghes, in the parish of Clon- 
currie, co. Kildare, lands in Oughterarde, parcel of the glebe of 
the rectory of Oughterarde, co. Kildare, possessions of Thomas- 
court by Dublin, (£4 3s. 2d) To hold in tail male, by the 
service of a twentieth part of a knight's fee. Rent £27 11s. 2d, 
as above. — 6 May, xxiii. 

37 06 (3120.) Grant (under queen’s Letter, 13 Aug., xxi.) to Henry 
Haringeton, knt. ; of the lands of Lorgin, Killenwrick, and 
Killenshonekin, in the lordship of Kilrowe, co. Westmeath, 
possessions of Bryan O Connor, attainted. To hold in tail male, 
by the service of a twentieth part of a knight’s fee. Rent £5. — 

6 May, xxiii. 

3707 (3122.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 13 Aug., xxi.) to Henry 
Harringeton, knt. ; of the country called Shielealaghe alias 
Shilealye, co. Dublin, lying near the Byrnes country. To hold 
in tail male, by the service of one knight’s fee. Rent £13 6s. 
8d Provided he shall within 5 years build a castle of lime and 
stone for the defence of the country. — 6 May, xxiii. 

3708 (3123.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 13 Aug., xxi.) to Henry 
Harington, knt. ; of the rectory of Stancartie alias Stoncartie, 
co. Kilkenny, parcel of the possessions of the monastery of Kelles, 
co. Kilkenny, (rent £4) ; the rectories of Corbege alias Corke- 
bege, Aghdawe, and Ballynegornarie, co. Cork, parcel of the 
possessions of the monastery of S. Nicholas by Exeter in England, 
(£3 15s.) ; the rectory of Eounteston, co. Kildare, parcel of the 
possessions of the preeeptoryof Tully, same co., of the possessions 
of the hospital of S. John of Jerusalem in Ireland, (30s.) ; the 
lands of Ballinegillay and Lykellie, co. Limerick, parcel of the 
possessions of the late church of S. Peter of Limerick, (7s. Id). 
To hold in tail male, by the service of a fortieth part of a knight s 
fee. Rent £9 12s. Id, as above.— 6 May, xxiii. 

3709 (3124.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 13 Aug., xxi.) to Henry 
Haringeton, knt. ; of the site of the hospital of S. John of 
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land in Grangeforde, Oolenston, Tomenston and Culrake 
Hueston, Kilka, co. Kildare, and land in Bray, co. Dublin 
temporal possessions of the hospital, (rent ,£7 lOj. 2d.) ; the site 
of the house of nuns of Tymolinbege, oo. Kildare, the lands and 
mill of Tymolinbege, the Old Grange, and S. John’s lands in 
Inchemacudder, co. Kildare, temporal possessions of the nunnery, 
(£10 8s. 8 d.)-, the site of the house of Franciscan friars of 
Wicklowe, co. Dublin, cottages, a park outside the gate of the 
monastery on the southside, and other land in Wicklowe, with 
the tithes of the lands belonging to the friary, (£3 2s. 9 d. ). To hold 
in tail male, by the service of a twentieth part of a knight’s fee. 
Rent £21 Is. 7 d., as above. — 6 May, xxiii. 

3710 (3125.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 13 Aug., xxi.) to Henry 
Harringeton, knt. ; of the site of the manor or preceptory of 
Tullie, co. Kildare, the demesne lands, the lands of Tally, with 
a mill, Mooretown, and Frereton, with the customs of the tenants, 
land in Bralessen, Treven and Prompellam, co. Kildare; the 
rectories ofTully, Downen, Rathhride, and Calveston, and the 
tithes of Ballyenlen, Frereton, Mooreton by Kilkae, Kilkale by 
Oonnall, and Kilkorke, belonging to the said preceptory, (rent 
£21 6s. 8d) ; the lands of Rosberie, Scarleston, Moorton, and 
Richardeston, co. Kildare, and their tithes, and the tithes of 
Cornelescorte, same co., possessions of the priory of Connall, same 
co., (rent £7 11s. id.) To hold in tail male, by the service of a 
twentieth part of a knight’s fee. Rent £27 8s., as above, and 
rendering yearly 10 bushels of wheat and barley malt, and 10 
bushels of oat malt. — 6 May, xxiii 

3711 (2932) Pardon to Gerald m’Hubert 0 Farrall, of Turlickyn, 
co. Longford, gent., Phelym roo O Farrall, John bwoy 0 Farrall, 
Morogh m'Garat M'Moriertagh, Teige m'Brian 0 Farrall, Garrat 
crone 0 Farrall, Wm. Albanagh, John M'Anyerkaye, Rorie 
0 Byrne, Dermot M'Whorie, and Conoghor m'GiUemowe 
0 Fan-all, servants of the said Gerald. Security as in 897.-7 
May, xxiii. 

3712 (2933.) Pardon to Maurice Roche, of Cahedowgan, co. Cork, 
esq., son and heir of David Roche, lord of Ardmoye, and John 
M'Donogh, of Balliannaghan, co. Cork, horseman, who had been 
promised pardon by Sir W. Pelham, late lord justice. Security 
as in 897. — 9 May, xxiii. 

371 3 (2909.) Pardon to Phelym O Twle, of Powerscourt, co. Dublin, 
gent., Elizabeth or Isabella Byrne ny Hugh in ‘Shane O Byrne, 
late of Oowlranyll, wife of said Phelym, and Arthur Dowson, of 
Tawlagh, same co., gent. Security as in 897. — 13 May, xxiii. 

37 14: (3090.) Grant to Daniel Brian, gent. ; of the office of marshal 
or usher of the court of Castle Chamber. To hold during 
pleasure, with a fee of £13 6s. 8d., and such other fees as Wm. 
Kendall or Wm. Maiorehad. — 8 June, xxiii. “ Exr. Ed. Spser.” 

3715 (2940.) Pardon to Morcho ne doe O Flaertie, of Aghenvyre, 
co. Galway, gent. Edm. 0 Flaertie, of Ballenonagh, Managh 
O Flaertie, of Aghenvere, said co., gent., Wm. O Kelly, of 
Garvally, Feagh O Kelly, of same, gent., Edm. Browne, of 
Clonbrock, Reamyn Revaghe, of Ballyndully, David M’Johnen, 
of Shroure, said co., gent., Ouin O Kelly m'Shane ne Moy, of 
Oryeagh, Connor O Kelly, of Leackan, oo. Roscommon, gent., 
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Patr. Blake fitz John fitz Harry, of Gallaway, merchants, Bob. 
Damport, of Athlone, eo. Roscommon, gent., and ~Wm. Martyn, 
of Gallaway, gent. Granted upon the recommendation of sir N. 
Malby.* — 8 July, xxiii. 

3716 (2944.) Pardon to Rory M'Callo, oi Breackland, in the barony 
of Longford, co. Galway, gent. Security, as in 897.* — 8 July, 
xxiii. 

371 7 (5849.) Commission to John Garvey, dean of Christchurch, 
Tho. Dillon, justice of Connaugh, Rich. Bealing, solicitor general, 
Tho. Joones, chancellor, Rich. Thomson, treasurer, and Henry 
Usher, archdeacon, in S. Patrick’s, Dublin, as delegates ; to hear 
an appeal from Rob. Conway, ll.d., vicar general of Dublin, in 
a matrimonial cause of James Dermothe against Nicholas 
Waring and Thomasina Mey, his wife. — 11 July, xxiii. 

3718 (2939.) Pardon to Redmund Bourke mUllyck, of Clontoiskirt, 
co. Galway, gent., Redmund Bourk, son of Rowland, of Tynaight, 
said co., gent., Anable ny Yadden, wife of said Redm. m'Ullyck, 
Donatus or Donogho 0 Naighten, of same, clerk, Tho. Kelly, of 
same, student, 0 wney O Heyne, of same, Shane more 0 Donelan, 
of same, TJllyck oge Wale, of Droght, co. Galway, Walter Wale, 
of same, gent., Sandell Pitz John, of same, Ferrall 0 Doelan, of 
Tullaghanet-owderre, said co., husbandman, Katherine nyne 
Edmund, his wife, and Moriertagh boy 0 Doelan, his son. 
Security as in 897. — 12 July, xxiii. 

3719 (2925.) Pardon to Faghney m‘Teige boy 0 Ferrall, of 
Tirreleckyn, co. Longford, gent., Faghney keagh 0 Ferrall, 
Geoffrey m‘Tho. 0 Ferrall, Edm. m/Tho. O Ferrall, Terence 
m ‘James M‘Mortaughe, Ouin boy M‘Mortagh, Dionysius or 
Donogho Lea M‘Mortagb, Cormac duffe M'Mortagh, John 
m‘Moraghe M‘Mortagh, Hugh m‘Cormock M £ Mortaghe, Rich. 

O Brayne, and Owney boy M‘Geoghegan, of same place, Tho. 
reoughe M‘Moriertie, of Cnookboy, same co., kern, Theobald 
Dillon, ofKillenoer, co. Westmeath, Gerald Dillon, Edm. Dillon, 
Redmund m c N ich. Dillon, of same, Leynagh 0 Mellaughlen, 
and Morcho 0 Mellaghlen, gentlemen, Henry Dillon m/Hebbert, 
Cahell M £ Dowill, husbandman, Maurice Dillon fitz Gerald, of 
Dromrany, co. Westmeath, gent., Cowchogrey M { Moriertagh, 
Loughlen M £ Gillechreaste, Tho. M'Shane, of Clares, co. Longford, 
kern, Manus M ‘Shane, Brian O BrasseU, kern, Gyilernewe 
m‘Faghney 0 Ferrall, of Rathclyn, co. Longford, lryell 
m‘Gillernewe O Ferrall, of same, and Faghney m'Gilleriiewe 
O Ferrall, of same, gentlemen, Owney m'Donyll 0 Ferrall, J ohn 
m l Donell 0 Ferrall, Daniel oge 0 Ferrall, Wm. m'Donill 
0 Ferrall, Conchor m‘Wm. 0 Ferrall, of same, gent., Donogho 
0 Laghnan, of Killenfaghney, co. Westmeath, kern, Edm. 
M‘Qwyn, of same, cottier, MauriceDillon fitz Tho., of same, 
gent., Downogh M‘GenIy, John M‘Genly, and Redmund bane 
m'Gerrot Dillon, of same, husbandmen. — 13 July, 1581. 

37 20 (2938.) Pardon to John alias Shane ne moy O Kelly, of 
Killen, co. Galway, Rory m'Shane ne moy 0 Kelly, Mallachie 
- or Mellaghlen m'Shane ne moy 0 Kelly, Shane oge m'Shane ne 
moy 0 Kelly, of the same, Ouin roe 0 Kelly, of Lyckealistrean, 
said co., and Shane carragh m‘Donell 0 Kellie, of Bea, co* 

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Roscommon, gentlemen, Brassell m'Donell O Kelly, of Moure 
co. Roscommon, and Shane m'Edm. chy O Kelly, of jjirroughchy, 
co. Roscommon, Daniel or Donell m'Brien 0 Kelly, of Bea, and 
Collowe m'Donogho 0 Kelly, of Moure, gentlemen, Thady or 
Teige O Marten, of Creagh, co. Roscommon, horseman, Twole 
m'Moriertagk 0 Donelan, of Lisnesyele, co. Galway, gent., Edm. 
duffe m'Sliane evally 0 Kelly, of Killen, gent., Gylleduffe 
0 Doelan, of Byllyve, co. Galway, cottier, Moelrony m'Edm. 
0 Doelan, of same, cottier, Manus moyle, of Moycharnan, co. 
Roscommon, kern, Roh. Johnson, late of Loughreoughe, co. 
Galway, Tho. Roche, of Bellaneslowe, co. Rosco mm on, and 

Theobald beg M'Oowycke, gentlemen. Security as in 897. 

13 July, xxiii. 

S721 (3088.) Grant to John More, gent. ; of the office of clerk of 
the pleas of the crown in the province of Connaught and Thomond. 

To hold during pleasure, with such fees as Roger Waffer had. 

13 July, xxiii. 

3722 (3100.) Grant, (under privy signet 28 June), to Rob. Dillon, 
esq. ; of the office of chief justice of the Common Bench, lately 
held by Nich. Nugent. To hold for life, during good behaviour, 
with the accustomed fees. — 14 July, xxiii. 

3723 (3117.) Grant to Nich. Malby, knt. ; of the wardship and 
marriage of Thomas, son and heir of Rich. Linham, late of 
Adamestone, co. Meath, gent., or of any other heir if Thomas 
die under age ; and custody of his lands. To hold during minority. 
Rent, £6. Retaining £4 for maintenance of the minor. — [16] 
July, xxiii. 

3724 (3135.) Livery to Patrick, son and heir of Christopher 
Barnewall, late of Gracediew, knt. Fine £87 10s. 6 d . — 16 July 
xxiii. 

37 2 5 (2942.) Pardon to Gerald Dalton, of Athlone, co. Roscommon, 
gent. Security as in 897. — 19 July, xxiii. 

3726 (2943.) Pardon to Tho. MacGeoghegan, of Eaghrae, gent., 
Margaret fitz Hubert, his wife, Hugh MacGeoghegan, of same, 
Rich. M‘Geoghegan, of same, Ferroghe MacGeoghegan, of same, 
Feaglie MacGeoghegan, of same, Ferrall M‘Geoghegan of same, 
Neill duffe 0 Kinge, of same, Lyneneghe M‘Neyle, of Knockcas, 
and Teig 0 Brenan, of Adamestoune. — 19 July, xxiii. 

37 2 7 (2927.) Pardon to James Grace, of Rathville, co. Carlow, gent., 
Mark Grace, of Rathdonili, Edm. Grace, of Walterston, Edm. 
Wale, of TJrchlin, in said co., gent., Theobald m‘Tho. Butler, of 
Lesnevee, Gerald m ‘Shane O Birae, of Ricliardston, Wm. Yale, 
of Ballykernan, Walter Harrold, of Kilberrie, John Bime, of 
Killeshe, Cayer M‘Gerralt, of Newton, and Ouin m ‘Shane 
0 Birne, of Arddresten. Security as in 897. — 20 July, xxiii. 

3728 (2919.) Pardon to Edm. Dalamare, of the Rathe, co. West- 
meath, gent. ; for the killing of Gerrot O Ferrall. Security as in 
897. — 21 July, xxiii. 

37 29 (2921.) Pardon to Daniel O Madden, alias O Madden, 
chief of his nation, Morne ny Moy, his wife, Annaghe 
O Madden, Coegh O Fallon, of Mylton, co. Roscommon, 
Redmund O Fallon, of Newton, same co., and Malachy or 
Mellaghlen O Fallon, of same, gentlemen, and Onory ne moy, 
daughter of Shane ne moy, of Creagh, co, Roscommon, gent. 
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3730 (3111.) Commission to John Thickpenny, of Lismore, gent. ; 

Engiiaii. to contract with foreigners for the import of corn, wine, salt, 

hops, or other merchandise not prohibited by law, with protection 
for the foreign merchants and crews. Reciting the inability of 
Mounster and Thomond to support the garrison there, cia in No. 
1519. — 21 July, xxiii. 

3731 (3126.) Lease (under commission, 15 July, xxii.,) to Edw. 

English. Waterhowse, esq. ; of lands of Hilton, in the parish of Pierstone, 

co. Meath, and the rectorial tithes of com and hay of the parishes 
of S. John Baptist, of Pierston Lawndy alias Lechnoo, and of 
S. Patrick, of Taveraghe, co. Meath, lately occupied hy Rich. 
Rawson, Patr. Finglas, late of Waspailston, gent., and John 
Finglas, his son, possessions of S. John’s of Jerusalem, inlreland. 

To hold for 21 years. Rent, £14 6s. 8rf.— 22 July, xxiii. 

3732 (5850.) Commission to John Ball, master of Chancery, Thomas 
Jones, chancellor of S. Patrick’s, and Henry TJssher, archdeacon 
of Dublin; to be additional commissioners for the purpose in 
No. 3665. At the suit of Johanna Blake, of Wexford. — 22 July, 
xxiii. 

37 33 (2920.) Pardon to Brian M'Teig, of Balliskane, co. Wexford, 
Cahir M'Teig, of same, Morogh 0 Mongan m'Edmond m'Donill 
moyle, of the Coleshell, and Mortagh roah m'Edmund, of same, 
freeholders, Rory M'Eghoe, of Rapiers, said co., gent., Tho. 
m'Rory M'Eghoe, of same, John m'Rory M'Eghoe of same, 
Donald gancagh m'Gilpatrick M'Donagh, of Kilhowbock, Rich. 
m'Donall m'Gilpatrick, of same, Dermot m'Donall Kavanagh, of 
Rahinecormockmore, David M'Phelym, of Coolenelin, James 
m'David M‘Phelim, and Donagh rn'Davv M'Phelym, of same, 
freeholders, Donagh Onittey,of Coleneline, said co.,gent., Donagh 
M'Crephon, of Clonehenry, Cahir m'Shane more, of Ternple- 
mighell, and Dowlin M'Rosse, of Ballingron, said co., freeholders, 
Tirelagh neclogh, of Ballevenan, same co., gent., Cahir 
M'Mortagh, of Colenegolen, Edm. m‘DonaU m'Teig og, of Balle- 
'dorogh, Donagh O Bryn, of Colenelin, Ouin Manner, of Mone- 
cloen Leisagh duf M'Ynner, Rory M'Ynner, and Rich. M'Ynner, 
of same, Cahir ower m'Teig duf, of Kilbride, Tivlagh myrgagh, 
of Ballytra, Gerald M'Ynner, of Tober in ernig, James 
M'Owen, of Coleshell, John M'Owen, of same, Edm. riaghe 
m‘Teio M'Phelim, of Balletrasne, Rosse M'Phelim, of Ballin- 
monwan David M'Phelym, of same, and Nich. M'Art, of same, 
freeholders, and Helena, daughter of Gilpatrick M‘Davy more, 
of Ballenow, said co., widow. “A pardon for 35 of Crephon 
m'Mortagh Kavamagh’s people.”. — 23 July, xxiii. 

37 34 (2923.) Pardon to Crephon m'Moraghe Kavanaghe, of Coolene- 
lin co Wexford, gent., Gerald m'Theobald M'Yadocke, of Balle- 
garie Fergonanym m‘Owen M'Vadock, of Moyclone, same co., 
gent’ Tirrelagh M'Moroghe, of Ballenemone, Edm. m'Donall 
moyle of Cooley shell, Ouin m'Donall moyle, Arthur M'Gil- 
patrick Tirlagh M'Gilpatrick, Dermot duf M'Gilpatrick, Donald 
movie M'Gilpatrick, Gerald M'Dalloe, John sheroghe M'Dalloe, 
James m'Donagh roagh, of Rosemenog, and Donald duf m' James 
m‘Dona<die roagh, of same, in oo. Wexford, freeholders, Donaghe 
roah m' James, of same, horseboy, Moraghe og m'Gerald buy, of 
the Creogh, Terlagh duf m'Moragh og, of same, Ouin m'Morogh 
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Cahir M'Moragh, of Booleygrangall, Hugh m'Cahir, and Maurice 
m‘Cahir, of same, his sons, Tho. erey m'Shane M'Teig, of 
Ballilick, Moragh M'Gilpafcrick, of Ballaghclare, James m‘Dermot 
M ‘Moris, of Cooleshell, Moriartagh M‘Hugh, of Ballaclogh, 
Dermot M‘Hugh, of same, John M‘Hugh, of same, Donald roah 
m'Gerald buy, of Boolenichrin, Cahir m‘ Gerald buy, of same, 
Edm. duf m'Gerald buy, -of same, Maurice m'Donali roah, of 
same, Gerald m‘Tirlagk M'Edmnnd, of Rosemynog, Fergonanym 
m/Tirlagh M £ Edmund, of same, and Moriertagh buy M/Phelym, 
of Killenhugh, said co., freeholders. “ Crephon Kavanagh and 
his people’s pardon.” — 23 July, xxiii. 

3735 (3097.) Grant to Crephon mMoragh Kavanagh, of Coolene- 
ingiiih. lin, co. Wexford, gent. ; to be principal captain and chief of his 

name, called the sept and company of Donell reogh Cavanagh, 
great grandfather of the said Crephon. With power upon 
warning from the seneschal or sheriff of co. Wexford, to 
assemble the gentlemen and freeholders of the sept and all others 
inhabiting their countries ; and to govern them according to the 
laws of the realm. To hold during pleasure, with all lawful 
perquisites. — 23 July, xxi ii- 

3736 (3130.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 15 Aug., xxii.) to Gerald 
Bag-i iah. Aylmer, son to Rich. Aylmer, late of the Lions, gent. ; of the 

rectories of Garry, Asketne, Kilmaho, Lismikire, and Egglise 
0 Rossie, co. Limerick, (reciting Wo. 3184). The castle or manor 
of Michelstone, co. Cork, a carew and a half of land, and the 
town of Kilcoghlan, same co., late in the tenure of Ellenor Fitz 
Desmond e, wife to John oge Gibbon fitz Gerauld, attainted, the 
lands of Pallardestone, near Brigowne, co. Cork, (reciting a lease 
to Edm. fitz John oge Gibbon fitz Gerald, No. 3583). The castle 
and manor and lands of Oldecasteltone, co. Cork, (reciting No. 
3046). To hold for 30 years, from the end of existing leases. 
Rent £11 6s. 8 d. Provisions as in 2970. Xn satisfaction of a 
sum of ^758 8s. 3^<7., due to said late Rich. Aylmer, sometime 
victualler of the forts of Leix and Ofalie. — 12 Aug., xxiii. 

3737 (2930.) Pardon to Ellen Butler, wife of David Roche, viscount 
Fermoy. Not dated . — (18 Aug., xxiii. is mentioned in body of 
pardon .) 

3738 (2931.) Pardon to Rich. Fitz Gerald, of Burnechurch, co. 
Kilkenny, Myles Fitz Gerald Baron, of Enissnage, same co., 
horseman, and W alter gar Pursell, of same co. Security as in 
897. “A fiant of this tenor was signed by sir Wm. Pelham, and 
by Colman his secretary taken into England or least where the 
partie can not have it.” — 18 Aug., xxiii. 

37 39 (3094.) Grant to Wm. Bathe, esq. ; of the office of second 
justice of the Common Bench, which Rob. Dillon, of Riverston, 
esq., lately had. To hold during pleasure, with the usual fees. 
— 18 Aug., xxiii. 

3740 (3098.) Grant to sir Warham St. I^eger, knt., one of the privy 
Elijah, council to be chief colonel and general commander of the forces 

in the province of Mounster. To hold during pleasure. Acting 
^der instructions to be received from lord deputy. — 18 Aug., 
xxiii. 

3741 (Rolls Office, Miscellaneous, Ho. 36.) Instructions for -sir 
English. Warham St. Leger, knt., chief colonel and commander of the 

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the assistance of sir George Bo[wrc]hier knt., [col. John.] Zouche, 
sir Wm. Morgan, knt., and capt. Apsley, make journeys against 
the traitors, destroying as nmch as possible of their goods and 
corn. He may treat with the traitors, and execute martial law. 

He shall take pledges of the gentlemen and freeholders. He 
shall he allowed 33s. id. [a day], besides the thirty horsemen 
he already commands. He shall command all the queen’s army, 
garrisons, and subjects in the province ; shall take man’s meat 
and horse meat at the customary prices, obtain munition from 
the master of the ordnance when he requires it ; and command 
the victuallers in the province to supply the soldiers. In all 
other martial affairs (in matters of moment) he shall take the 
advice of one or more of the said colonels or captains. Not dated. 

( Referred to in the preceding.) 

37 42 (3095.) Grant to Henry Sheffield, gent.; of the office of 
■siiiah. customer and collector of the duties on foreign vessels coming to 
Ireland to fish, under the statute 5 Hen. IT., (recte 5 Edw. IV. 
c. 6.) To hold during pleasure, paying £20 English a year to 
the lord deputy. — 19 Aug., xxiii. 

37 43 (2913.) Pardon to Rich. Stacy. Recites that a controversy 
was heard at Rosspont, between the bishop of Waterford and 
many of the citizens, relative to plundering the cathedral of 
Christ Church in Waterford, and that it appeared that the 
bishop was most unjustly accused by them, especially by James 
Sherlock, the mayor, and Nich. Lee, the sheriff ; and that Stacy 
was unjustly imprisoned as an accessory. — 31 Aug. xxiii. 

37 44 (2934.) Pardon to Edw. Butler, esq., brother of the earl of 
Ormond. Security as in 897. — 1 Sept,, xxiii. 

37 45 (3127.) Lease (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Wm. 
in Russell, esq., son to Francis, earl of Bedforde ; of the site of the 
abbey of Baltinglas, co. Carlow, the lands of Baltinglas, Graunge- 
goodlin, Kilmoratbe, Hiltonston, Scleraghe, Newgraunge, Cargen, 
Taghenowran, Reyn, Branargbton, Newton, Mounckeswoode, 
the chapel and grange of Newhowse, the castle and grange of 
Graungeeon, Crockwrick, Barrenston, and Giffenston, co. Carlow, 
Rodetone, and Rathbrene, Ballehock alias Hockestone, Milton, 
Tuckemill, and’ Mangertonlaughe, co. Dublin, land in Laditone, 
co. Carlow, late in the tenure of Oliver Grace, possessions of the 
said abbey; the lands of Westerton, co. Kildare, parcel of the 
manor of Mucbegraunge ; all lately belonging to James Ewstace, 
viscount of Baltinglas, attainted. To bold for 21 years. Rent 
£9 6s. 4d. Not to charge eoyne.- — 4 Sept., xxiii. 

37 46 (4532.) License to Nich. Bourk, of Lymerick, merchant ; to 

Bn.iieb. import into Limerick from France, Spain, or Portugal, -200 tuns 
of wine yearly for three years, in any French or other foreign 
vessels. Also protection for the foreign merchants and mariners 
who bring them, and license to take return cargoes of un- 
prohibited goods, paying all customs. On account of his losses 
the queen’s victuallers are not to take up wines, salt, iron, or 
other merchandise from him, if sufficient can be bad elsewhere 
■ in the city. — 7 Sept., xxiii. 

37 47 (3128.) Lease (under queen’s letter 10 Aug. xxi.) to Wm. 
Kelly, surgeon; of the manor of Ratouthe, co. Meath, Heinotes 
lands and other demesne lands there, and land called the Maudlens, 
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rectory of Palmerston, co. Dublin, with the tithes in Palmerston 
and Trisheton, possessions of the hospital of S. John Baptist 
without the Newgate, Dublin, (leased by No. 3335). The tithes 
of corn and hay of Ballihack, parcel of the rectory of Ratouthe, 
co. Meath, parcel of the possessions of the monastery of S. 
Thomas the martyr, Dublin, (leased by No. 1438). A garden 
and shop in S. Francis street in the suburbs of Dublin, 
possessions of the said hospital of S. John, (reciting a 
lease 25 June, xi. to Rich. Nettervilde, for 21 years from the end 
of a previous lease to the same dated 28 January, iii. , where the 
garden is said to have been late in the tenure of Wm. Neele, 
and the shop in that of John Roeheford). To hold for 30 years, 
from the determination of existing leases. Rent, £26 l-3s. id., 
and also collecting the chief rents of the said manor amounting 
to £10 13s. 7 d. Provisions as in 2970. — 10 Sept, xxiii. 

37 48 (2937.) Pardon to Edw. Bremyngham, of Carryek, co. 
Kildare, gent. ; for the murder of Cormock boye 0 Connor. — 
10 Sept, xxiii. 

37 49 (3099.) Grant to John Balle, a.m. ll.b. ; of the office of one 
of the masters of Chancery. To hold during pleasure, as fully 
as James Stanihurst late master ; with a fee of £20, English ; 
with powers as in No. 680. — 10 Sept., xxiii. 

3750 (6526 and 6632.) Commission to Adam, archbishop of Dublin, 
English, keeper of the great Seal, sir Henry Wallopp, vicetreasurer, and 

sir Lucas Dillon, chief baron \ to be commissioners and keepers 
of the peace in the counties of Dublin, Meath, Westmeath, 
[ ] King’s, Queen’s, and Cavan, during the absence 

of the lord deputy ; to treat and make terms with rebels or 
traitors, or to raise and lead forces against them and punish 
them with fire and sword ; and to execute martial law on all 
not having £10 in chattels or 40s. a year in land. — 10 Sept, 
xxiii. 

3751 (3110.) Grant to John Butler, gent. ; of the wardship and 
marriage of Rich., son and heir of Wm. Butler, late of Glanballi- 
quillan, co. W aterford, gent. ; and custody of his lands. To 
hold during minority. Rent, 5s. Fine 5s:— 11 Sept, xxiii. 

37 52 (2914.) Pardon to James oge Pyers, Edm. fitz James Pyers, 
Rich, fitz James Pyers, Garret fitz James Pyers, and John oeg 
Pyers, gent. Security as in 897, in co. Kerry. — 11 Sept., xxiii. 

37 53 (2918.) Pardon to Rob. Nugent, of Carrick, co. Roscommon, 
gent., George Nugent fitz Peter, gent., Conchor O Ferrall, Rosse 
O Ferrall, Nich. Nugent, Rory O Ferrall, Dwaltagb M'Greowe, 
Rory M’Dermot, Tirrelaugh O Flanagan, Brian O Flanagan, 
Mellaughlen O Flanagan, Teige oge O Flanagan, Hugh 
O Flanagan, Wm. oge 0 Flanagan, Fergananym O Flanagan, 
James Nugent fitz Peter, Rob. Albonaghe Nugent, Tho. 
Piers, merchant, Derrnot oge O Servan, Teige O Connor, Donogh 
M'Granill, Brian M'Gillerewy, kern, Conchor m'Hugh m'Brien 
O Kelly, of Turrick, said co., gent., Wm, m‘Hugh m'Brien 
O Kelly, of same, Dwaltagb O Fallon, of Killy ne nevea, said co., 
gent., Brian O Fallon m'Redmond, of same, gent., and Farriegb 
m'Hugh, of Moure Moycharnan, said co., gent. Security as in 
897, in co. Roscommon. — 12 Sept., xxiii. 

3754 (2926.) Pardon to Brian m‘Rory O Connor, of Clonyvirn, co. 
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gent., Ouin Jl'Dwyle, of Ballaghwioge, galloglas, Rory M'Dwyle 
m'Moelmorv, of Kiltrustane, said co., galloglas, Qylleduf 
m'Moelmory, of same, galloglas, Tomultagh M'Dermot, of 
Cun'ewoyghill, said co., gent., Fergananym 0 Haly m'Gillernewe, 
of Mollauglienesy, said co., gent., MeUaughlen 0 Nary, of 
Lisepliobill, horseman, Edm. 0 Nary nrNioli. , of Clonylian, 
horseman, Manus M'Gillgoure, of Boare, kern, Hugh M'Gillgoure 
m'Manus, of same, kern, Shane carragh M'Kynney, of Killuckin, 
horseman, Ouin grana M'Carraly, of Curhawny, kern, Donoghe 
M'Coulroy, of Beallanafadda, kem, Fergananym m‘Oyn 0 Haly, 
of Logan, kern, and Conohor O Flanagan m'Mellaughlen, of 
Beallawogkter, said co., horseman. Security as in 897. — 12 
Sept., xxiii. 

3755 (2929.) Par-don to John M'Geagcoyne, of Bom-esoule, co. 
Mayo, clerk. — 12 Sept, xxiii. 

3756 (3121.) Commission to Peris Fitzgerald, of Ballesonan, sheriff 
English, of Kildare ; to execute martial law in that county, as in 218. — 

13 Sept., xxiii. 

3757 (3106.) Grant (under queen’s letter 14 July,) to Geoffrey 
Fenton, esq. ; of the office of principal secretary of the council. 
To hold during pleasure, with such fees as John Challoner, 
deceased, had. — 14 Sept, xxiii. 

3758 (3131.) Lease (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to John 
English. So-wche, or Souche, esq. ; of the site of the abbey of Rathtowe 

alias Arragacensis, of the order of S. Augustin, oo. Kerry, land 
in Ballyowine, Arclergowill, Tirrillaughaghaye, and Ardfcullen, 
half the rectory of Lysellton and Gallie, and a fourth of the 
parsonage of Aghmale, co. Kerry. To hold for 21 years. Rent, 
£3 16s. 8<r7. Maintaining one English horseman. Provisions us 
in 3207. — 14 Sept., xxiii. 

3759 (3133.) Lease (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to John 
EngHuh -Zouche, or Souche, esq. ; of the site of the abbey of Odorney 

alias our lady of Kirieleizon, co. Kerry, the lands of Cloncan 
Roirke, Drominyconnigenie, Aykerie, and Balliusine, Roherroe 
(reefs Boherroe), Lackimore, Lackybegge, and Clonymetauglie, 
and Ballibroman, co. Kerry, the rectory of Odorney, extending to 
Olonecan Roirk, Dromeconygemyne, Aykrie, Balliusine, Boher- 
roe, Lakymore, Lackibegg, and Olonymetaughe, and the rectory 
of Malahiffe. To hold for 21 years. Rent, £8 13s. Maintaining 
two English horsemen. Provisions as in 3207. — 14 Sept., xxiii. 

37 60 (2928.) Pardon to Alexander m'Donell ballagh M'Conill, of 
Ballem'manus, co. Roscommon, gent., Donell gorme m'Donell 
ballagh, of same, gent., Dwaltagh m'Alexander, of same, Owen 
mi Alexander m'Owen kittagh, of same, Donell m'Cormock reawy, 
Owen m'Ellen, Donell groama m'Alexander, and Neyle M'Yye, 
of same.— 18 Sept., xxiii. 

3761 (3112.) Grant (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Wm. 
Fleminge, of Rougher, co. Meath, gent. ; of the wardship and 
marriage of George, son and heir of Christopher Darcie, late of 
Platten, co. Meath. Fine 20s. — 26 Sept., xxiii. 

37 62 (2910.) Pardon to Con M'Geoghegan, of Syonan, co. 
Westmeath, Arthur M'Geoghegan, of Kiltober, same co., 
Oarberv M'Kvgan, of Moym-ath, same co., and Con 
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0 Brenon, harper, Murclio O Douagan, ancl Thady 0 Kearny, 
kern. Security as in 897. — 4 Oct., xxiii. 

3763 (2917.) Pardon to Thomas A Bardon and Walter 0 Conelan, 
of Dublin, labourers; convicted before Walter Ball, mayor, and 
George Taylor, recorder, of Dublin, of the robbery of 7 napkins, 
worth 14s., 5 smocks, 30s., one shirt, 2s., three table cloths, 15s., 
two sheets, 6s. , one pair of gloves, 12d„ ancl 3 napkins, 12 d., 
from John Luttrell, of Dublin, merchant. Security as in 897. 

At the suit of Lawrence Harnon. — 13 Oct., xxiii. 

37 64 (2908.) Pardon to Nich. Quemerford alias Comerford, of 
Dymeriston alias Ballyndymery, co. Kilkenny, husbandman. 
Security as in 897. — -19 Oct., xxiii. 

37 65 (2916.) Pardon to Edm. Bourk m'Thomas Evagher, of Conge, 
co. Gahvay, gent. Security as in 897. — 31 Oct., xxiii. 

37 66 (3092.)' Grant to Conchor O Kelly, son to Donogh reough 
English. 0 Kelly, gent. ; of the office of seneschal of the barony of Kyl- 
connell. To hold during pleasure as fully as Mellaghlen m‘Enabbe 
0 Kelly held it. — 4 Nov., xxiii. 

37 67 (2924.) Pardon to Edm. Fitz David, of Balligellaghan, co. 
Limerick, John fitz Morris MTruddery, of Ballene[ ], same 
co., and Gerald Fitz Thomas, of Palliee, same co., gentlemen, 
Donill oge m'Donill m‘Tyrrelig M'Kynedye, of Kyllevar- 
riggye, same co., and Dermot m'Donill, of same, horsemen, 
Shane 0 Longan, of same, kern, Garhill M‘Gubbon, of Gourt 
MHynode, same co., gent., Edm. fitz Charles MTcallowe, of 
Balligellaghan, same co., clerk, Matthew M‘Teig, of Ballene- 
mony, same co., Gulliduff M‘Mahowny, of same, Wm. oge 
ITurely, of Liekadowne, same oo., and Wm. duff mHikerd oge, 
of Drumkyne, same co., gentlemen, Katherine ny Murrogho, 
of Ballecalhaye, same co., widow, and Shane m'Tybot roe 
MHynode, of Balliogahissye, same co., kern. Security as in 897 . 

6 Nov., xxiii. 

“ A pardon for xiiii. persons who are by her Majestie already freely 
pardoned by the Proclamation, and yet are humble suters that 
their Perdon may remain with them under her higlmes greate 
Seile. The Pardon is without fine and generall. And thp 
parties pardoned, have submitted themselfs before the ende of the 
x dais after the publishinge of her Majesties said mercie which 
was don the xxiiii. of July last, until which xxiiii. day of J uly 
by this pardon all offenses are Perdoned.” 

37 68 (2915.) Pardon to John Wottone, of Athirde, oo. Louth, mer- 
chant. — 8 Nov., xxiii. 

3769 (3093.) Grant to Tho. Browne, of Trym ; of the ofiice of con- 
stable of the castle and gaol of Trym, co. Meath. To hold during 
pleasure, with such fees as Laurence Harnon had. — 13 Nov., 
xxiii. 

37 70 (6015.) Surrender by Humphrey Forthe, of Dublin, gent., 
assignee of Nicholas More, chaplain, Nicholas Handeooke, and 
William Neweman, of Dublin, merchant ; of the tithes of the 
rectory of Straffane, co. Kildare, held under a lease from the 
prior of the late hospital of S. John the Baptist, without the New 
Gate of Dublin, 15 Feb., xxiii., Hen. VIII.— Dated 14Nov., xxiii. 

3771 (3377.) Pardon to Teige hoy mHubert O Ferrall, of 
Tirlicken, co. Longford, gent., Brene m Hebert O Ferrall, Edm. 
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Gillernow M'Donagh, Donill M'Etyere, Mahyd M'Etyere, Gerrott 
M'Moriertagh, of Knockboy, same co., gent., Tirrelagh M'Morier- 
tagli, of same, James M'Moriertagh, of same, Phelyiu m'Donill 
0 Ferrall, Hebert m'Edm. 0 Fen-all, Rowrie m'Rosse 0 Fen-all, 
James m'Shane O Fen-all, Gerott in'Hew 0 Ferrall, Rosse 
m'Rowrie O Ferrall, Gillernow oge M'Carmyok, Donill m'Giller- 
new 0 Ferrall, Rich. Tuyt, Teige m'Hew m'Oaliill 0 Ferrall, 
Patr. 0 Coyne, Hebert duff 0 Coyne, Laghlyn M'lmulvihill, 
Teige moyle M'Moriertagh, Donill row M'Evryhowine, Edm. 
m'Morish 0 Ferrall, Shane hoy m'Morcho 0 Fen-all, Edm. riagh 
O Ferrall, J ames m'Teig 0 Ferrall, Teig m'Brene 0 Ferrall, of 
oo. Longford, gent., Patr. Dillon, James Guodd, of Kilbride, and 
Brene 0 Dovne, of co. Meath, kern. — 18 Nov., xxiv. 

37 72 (3137.) Grant to Tho. Plunkett, gent. ; of the offices of 
controller of the great and small custom, and searcher and 
gauger of the ports of Dublin and Drogheda. To hold during 
pleasure, with such fees as Laur. Hainon had. — 20 Nov. xxiv. 

3773 (3195.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 7 July, xv.) to Tho. earl 
of Ormond and Ossory ; of the site, church, churcliporch, and 
cemetery, of the monastery called S. Mary Abbey, near Dublin, 
the dormitory, vestry, cloister, with arches or vaults under the 
dormitory adjoining the abbot’s lodging, a ruinous tower, and a 
court on the west side of the dormitory, and Shillingesford’s 
garden. To hold for ever in common socage. Rent 5s. — 20 
Nov., xxiv. 

37 74 (5886.) Grant (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to John 
Draycot, of Maryverton, co. Meath, gent. ; of the wardship and 
marriage and custody of the lands of George, son and heir of 
Christopher Darcie, late of Platen, co. Meath, gent. To hold 
during minority. Rent £20 after the death of Mary White, the 
widow. Fine 20s. — 20 Nov., xxiv. 

3775 (3379.) Pardon to Conne m'James O Mullaghlyn, of Clone- 
more, co. Westmeath, gent., Teige O Brynnane, of the Creough, 
same co., Daniel O Dalie, of Cloineglin, James O Dalie, of same, 
Brian O Dalie, of same, Tirlagh M'Ecowgrie, of same, Feik 
M'Goghegan, of Ballyoune, Cowookery M'Ferdoragh, of same, 
Fan-old M'Keygan, of Meyehaishell, Daniel O Grey, of same, 
Tirlagh M'Geoghegan, of Kilcromrerougli, Neile M'Geoghegan, 
Laghlyn O Coregan, of Meyehaishell, Henry Fits Peirs, of Bally- 
collerow, Mortogh O Daly, of Ballynkelly, Neile O Seme, of 
Towlokeuesike, Hew M'Eicowgrie, of Ballymancane, Hew 
M'Geoghegan, of Ballyowne, Wm. M'Geoghegan, of Cowle- 
couer, Connor m'Molmore M'Geoghegan, of the Palleis, Col- 
man M'Carberie, of Killyrowe, Arte O Brinane, of Adamston, 
Shane reiougheke, of Kell[ ], Patr-. 0 Brynane, of Meicaishell, 
same co., Carbery O Kynge, of the Rouskoughke, King’s co., 
Cormok O Keinge, of same, Wm. 0 Keinge, of same, Sowell 
O Keing, of same, Tho. M'Owne, of Ballyenikellie, Ownie 
M'Shane, of same, Daniel O Molloie, of Moynoke, Shane 
O Molloie, of same, Meyler M'Morritok, of Ballekiknorie, 
Rowrie M'Rosse, of Teimmoike, Hepbert M'Leistie, of the 
Rouo-h, Brean O Dowlin, of Ballynemantan, Connor O Dowline, 
of same, Teige O Dowline, of Killeng[ ], James O Dowline, of 
the Tohber, Daniel M'Rowrie, of the Rowghan, King’s eo., 
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1581. Fiants.— Elizabeth. 

M‘Keigan, of Ivilcromriough, same co., Howrie 0 Kinge, of same, 
Wm. fitz John. Tirrell, of Meicaissbell, (Owne Fox, of Canttoime, 
King’s co., struck out), Con m £ Art 0 Mulloy, and Cormok 
0 Conne, of Killian, same co. Security as tn 897. At tlie suit 
of Gils 0 Demsy. — [21] Nov., [xxiv.] ( Record Commissioners' 
catalogue.) 

3776 (3161.) Confirmation to tlie mayor, sheriffs, and citizens, of 
Waterford; of the grant made to them of his lands and tenements 
by John Wise, late chancellor of the cathedral of the Holy 
Trinity in Waterford, for certain superstitious uses. Provided 
they he not converted to the same or any other superstitious use. 
— 22 Nov. xxiv. 

3777 (3374.) Pardon to Walter Lynch fitz Stephen fitz Arthur, of 
Galway, merchant. Security as in 897. — 24 Nov., xxiv. 

3778 (3376.) Pardon to Conchor O Naighten, of Moynoire, co. 
Roscommon, gent., Hugh 0 Naighten, of same, Brian 0 Naighten, 
of same, Henry m‘Donogho 0 Naighten, of Cryghe, same co., 
Brian carragh m'Donogho O Naighten, of same, Manus m‘Wm. 
oge 0 Naighten, of Ardkynan, same co., Mellaglilen m'Dermot 
oge 0 Naighten, of Berrys, same co., Shane m‘Dermot oge 
0 Naighten, of same, Donoglio m‘Hugh 0 Naighten, of same, 
John Dillon, of Ardnegreagh, co Westmeath, Henry m ‘Donoglio 
0 Naighten, of Crane, co. Roscommon, and Wm. bane 0 Naighten, 
of same, gentlemen, and Conclior enynea 0 Kallonan, of Ros- 
coman. Security as in 897. — 24 Nov., xxiv. 

3779 (3378.) Pardon to ■ Christopher Bathe, son of Patr. Bathe, 
of Raffeigh, co. Meath, gent. — 27 Nov., xxiv. 

37 80 (3225.) Lease (under commission 15 July, xxii.) to Humfrey 
English. Forth, of Dublin, gent. ; of the rectory of Straffan, co. Kildare, 
parcel of the possessions of the hospital of S. John, without the 
Newgate, Dublin. To hold for 21 years. Rent £10 9s. id., 
part in. corn. Not to alien, without license. — 29 Nov., xxiv. 

3 781 (3089.) Grant to Charles Edgerton. gent. ; of the office of 
constable of the castle of Knokefergus alias Cavickfergus in 
Ulster. To hold during pleasure, with a fee of 3s. id. a day, 
and 8 d. a day for each of 20 armed footmen. — 29 Nov., xxiv. 

3782 (6117.) Pardon to John O Karroll, of Lem Ivanan in Ely 
0 Karroll, son of Wm. 0 Karroll, lent., late of the same, and John 
and Arthur Lee, of Olonagh, co. Meath, gent., feoffees of the said 
William, and all others seised to the use of said 0 Karrolls ; of 
alienations and intrusions of the manors ancl lands in the country 
of Eli Karroll and in Lem Ivanan. Fine £100 — 1 Dec., xxiv. 

3 7 83 (5497.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 8 Aug. xxiii.) to Matthias 
O Cane ; of a pension of 2s. 6<I English a day (in lieu of one of 
18J. sterling) till he shall be better provided for. — 4 Deo. xxiv. 

3784 (3212.) Lease (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Rich. 
Enjiish. Synnot, of Ballibrenane, co. Wexford, esq. ; of the fourth part 
of Dengin, the sixth of a fourth part of Kilmolaugh and land in 
Garryneskie alias Garryheslie, in O Morroe’s country co. 
Wexford, late Donnell O Morre’s, attainted, 80 nobles at 6s. a 
noble, at Michaelmas, 57^ nobles at Easter, and custom summer 
sheep and custom acates upon O Morroe’s country, and all 
other hereditaments whereof Donill O Morroe was seised at Ms 
attainder. To hold for 21 years. Rent, £45 10s. 8 d. 
Maintaining one English horseman. Fine £5. — 6 Dec., xxiv. 



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3785 (3223.) Lease (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Edmund 
English. Spenser, gent. ; of the site of the house of trial's of Enescortie, 
with appurtenances ; the manor of Enescortie, a ruinous castle, 
land, and a weir there, lands of Qarrane, Killkenane, Lougk- 
wertie, Barriokerowe and Ballineparke, and the customs of 
boards, timber, laths, boats bearing victuals, lodges during the 
fair, and things sold there, and fishings belonging to the manor, 
and all other appurtenances as well within the Morroes country 
as without. To hold for 21 years. Rent, ,£13 6s. id. 

Maintaining one English horseman. Fine 20s. — 6 December, 
xxiv. 

37 86 (4678.) Lease (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Tho. 
English. Mastersone, of Fearnes esq. ; of the manor and lordship of 
Cloghamon, co Wexford, an old bawn, an old tower towards the 
river Slane, another tower by the gate of the nianoi', the lands 
of Cloglmmone, Ballibegge, Kiltille, Kilcoddane, Burgeshamon, 
Ballihamyne, Kilrushe and Ballibrenie, both the Grages, 
Balligowne, Ballihorche and Ballivangane, Balliparke and 
Kahervswin, Cowlnilaughe, and Balliwickwalter, co. Wexford. 
Also the site of the abbey of Downe co. Wexford, and land 
extending from the ditch of the little stream to the mountain, 
with all other appurtenances. To hold for 21 years. Rent, 
£13 6s. Sd Maintaining one English horseman. — 6 Dec., xxiv. 

37 87 (3325.) Pardon to Tho. Fleming, of Syddane, co. Meath, gent. 
— 6 Dec., xxiv. 

3788 (5498.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 13 Aug., xxiii.) to Robert 
Nangle, gent. ; of a pension of 2s. English a day, till he shall be 
better provided for. In consideration of his services against the 
rebels in Ireland, and his wounds. — 7 Dec., xxiv. 

37 89 (3138.) Grant to Nick. Fitz Symon, of Dublin, alderman ; of 
the offices of controller of the great and small custom, and 
searcher and gauger of the port of Galvoy in Connaught. To 
hold during pleasure, with such fees as these officers in the port 
of Dublin have. — 11 Dec., xxiv. 

37 90 (3144.) Grant to Hugh 0 Manyn, of Mynloghe, co. Galway, 
English, gent. ; of the office of tanyst or second person of the counti'y or 
centred of Trragh I Mannen, co. Galway. To hold dui'ing 
pleasure and good behaviour, with such jurisdictions and 
emoluments as any other tanist there had. Also that on the 
death of Donell 0 Manyn, chief of that nation, he shall have 
the title and' office of 0 Manen, according to custom.— 12 Dec., 
xxiv. 

3791 (3148.) Grant to Wm. m‘Mellaughlen m'Enabbe 0 Kelly, 
^English, gent. ; to be tanist or second person of the Kellies country 

beyond the river Suck in the province of Connaght. To hold 
during the queen’s pleasure, and his good behaviour, with such 
customs and emoluments as Teige m‘Wm. 0 Kelly, late tanist 
there, had. — 12 Dec., xxiv. 

3792 (3187.) Livery to Gerald, son and heir of Patr. Fleminge, 
late of Cremarten, gent. Fine £20 10s., and £12 for a pardon 
of alienations.— 12 Deo., xxiv. 

3 7 93 (3307.) Pardon to Wm. O Mannyn, of Athlege, co. Ros 
common,. Tho. Dalton, of Miltoune, co. Westmeath, and Edw. 
Dalton, of Yrislitoune, co. Westmeath, gentlemen. Security as 
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37 94 (3227.) Pardon to Teige M'Cannoiok, of the Bavarn, horseman, 
Tho. M'Carmoick, of same, horseman, Donogh M’Carbry, of 
Clanauly, gent., Hubert 0 Farall, of Chryaghduf, gent., Brian 
M'Gillernow, of the Abbey of Shrowle, kern, Tho. 0 Farall, 
of Ckriaghduf, gent., Donogh 0 Farall, of [ ]very, gent., 
Cahill keagh M'Cormoek, kem, Conyll 0 Farall, of Barvan, 
gent., Brian m‘Rory 0 Farall, of Aghaltayn, Tho. M'Seomyn, 
of the Abbey of Shrowle, Wm. M‘Oarmoiek, of Clonkavoile, 
Brian m‘Hubert 0 Farall, of the Bavan, and Melaghlyn M'Correy, 
kern.— 18 Dec., xxiv. 

1581-2. 

3795 (3162.) Grant to John Gildersley, gent. ; of the office of 
serjeant at arms for the province of Munster. To hold during 
pleasure, with such fees as John Bowen had. — 3 Jan., xxiv. 

3796 (3155.) Grant to Laurence Hollinshed, gent. ; of the office of 
clerk of the court of Castle Chamber or Star Chamber in the 
castle of Dublin. To hold during pleasure, with a fee of 
£13 6s. 8ci, and such other fees as Rob. Kendall or any other 
had. — 10 Jan., xxiv. 

37 97 (3359.) Pardon to Terence or Tirlogh _ M'Dowyle, of 
Lysnemanamae, co. Roscommon, gent. Security as in 89 1 . 

12 Jan., xxiv. 

3798 (2922.) Pardon to Wm. Dolert, Tho. Bryne, Rich. Hacket, 
and Dermot 0 Mollcahill. Security as in 897, in Queen’s co.— 

15 Jan., xxiv. 

37 99 (6633.) Commission to John Barnyshe, esq., sheriff of the 
English. Queen’s co. ; to execute martial law in that county ; as in 218. 

23 Jan. xxiv. 

3800 (3145.) Grant to John Bowen, gent. ; of the office of serjeant 
at arms in Munster. To hold during pleasure, with such fees 
as John Jarmyne had. — 25 Jan., xxiv. 

3801 (3363.) Pardon to Peter Butler, of Cahir, co. Wexford, gent. 
Security as in 897. Pine £10. — 28 Jan., xxiv, 

3802 (3139.) Grant to Patr. St. Leger, of Kilkenny, geiit. ; of the 
office of clerk of the crown and keeper of the writs and records 
of the county Kilkenny, which Peter Dormer, deceased, lately 
held. To hold during good behaviour, with such fees as Dormer 
had. — 1 Feb., xxiv. 

38 03 (3372.) Pardon to Philip O Holechan, of Kilkenny, carpenter. 

Security as in 897. — 1 Feb., xxiv. 

38 04 (3373.) Pardon to Tho. Wadding, and the executors and 
assigns of George Wyse, and all others having an interest in the 
ferry between Waterford and the county Kilkenny, and Cold- 
bekes mill ; and release of the queen’s right to reenter under 
Fiant No. 527. Recites that the preceptories of Croke and 
Kilure had devolved to her hands by reason of non-payment 
of rent. — 1 Feb., xxiv. 

38 05 (3330.) Pardon to John m‘Edm. O Ferrall, of Ballendirre, co. 
Roscommon, horseman, Gerrot, Geoffrey, Gerald, and Brian, 
m'Edmond O Ferrall, of the same. Security as in 897.-3 Feb. 
xxiv. 

38 06 (3367.) Pardon to John Butler, brother of lord Mountgarret, 
James Pursell fitz Wm. fitz Redmond, Tho. Pursell fitz Robenett, 
Rich. Pursell fitz Patr., Philip Pursell fitz Peirs, George ^wet- 
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Rich.. Re dm unci Arstekin fitz Rich., Wm. Arstekin fitz Rich., 
Rich. Arstekin m'Donell, and .Peter Arstekin fitz Win. Security 
as in 897, in co. Kilkenny. — 6 Feb., xxiv. 

3807 (3371.) Pardon to Peirce Grace, and Margaret Bourke, his wife, 
•John Grace fitz Peirce, Tho. Grace fitz Peirce, Walter Grace 
fitz Peirce, Rich. Grace fitz Pence, Rich. Grace fitz Redmond, 
Ullick Bourke fitz Riccard, Wm. m'Donogh 0 Hernan, Tho. 
Donogh Iveagher, Peirce keagh 0 Hedin, Donell reogh, Walter 
Brett fitz Wm., Maurice XJnsedon, Rob. M'Oodie, Donell m'Donogh 
Iveagher, Rorie m'Donell, Shane m'Donell, Shane 0 Broghe, W m. 
M‘Paden, Wm. boye 0 Kerwick, Wm. O Lenyowcan, Tho. 

0 Sheighan, Donogh m'Shane Iveagher, Wm. 0 Conyll, Katherine 
Bourke, widow, Cnoghor 0 Heman, Rory oge O Hernan, 
Mortagh leigh 0 Hernan, and Fyeneugli. Security os in 897, 
in. co. Kilkenny. — 6 Feb. , xxiv. 

3808 (3158.) Pardon to Edw. Clintone, of Corballies, co. Louth, 
gent. — 8 Feb., xxiv. 

38 09 (3356.) Pardon to Daniel m‘Mellaughlen 0 Kelly, of Newtown, 
co. Roscommon, gent., Brian reogh 0 Morry, Donogho in'Brien. 
oge 0 Kelly, gent. Security as in 897.-8 Feb. xxiv. 

3810 (3309.) Pardon to Christopher Bellewe, of the Roich, co. Loutli, 
esq.. — 8 Feb., xxiv. 

3811 (6229a.) Warrant for a writ to postpone the appearance of 
English. Christopher Bellewe, of Roich, co. Louth, esq., at the sessions of 

that county at which he was bound to appear ; he being employed 
in the queens service. Given at the castle of Dublin, 8 Feb., 
1581. (Paper). 

3812 (3362.) Pardon to Wm. Sherlock, Wm. Dongan, and Morogli 
0 Cullen. Security as in 897, in co. Kildare. — 9 Feh., xxiv. 

38 1 3 (6635.) Pardon to Rice ap Hugh, of Carlingford, co. Louth, 
gent., late sheriff of the county, Patrick Dromgole, of Dromgo- 
leston, same co. gent., James White, of [ ], Owen 

Gwynneth, of Carlingford, yeoman, Nicholas Johns, of same, 
yeoman, John Rathe, of Tallonston, and Roger Wegwood, of 
Arde, yeomen, Patrick Hoye [ ], and John Renaghan, 

of Carlingford. — 9 Feb., xxiv. 

3814 (3319.) Pardon to John Cusack, of Alhstonreade, co. Meath, 
gent., Rich. Cusack, of same, Patr. Dalye, of same, and Rich. 
Moghane, late of Drakestowne, co. Meath. — 10 Feb., xxiv. 

3815 (3365.) Pardon to Oliver Eustace, gent.— 10 Feh., xxiv. 

38 1 8 (6506.) Commission to f ] county of 

English. Louth; to execute martial law in [ _ ,Jj ^ 

Fragment.— [10 Feb., xxiv.] (. Record Cmnmusioner s Catalogue .) 

381 7 (3341.) Pardon to John Cusake, of Oussingestoune, co. Meath, 
gent. ; convicted of having at Novane and elsewhere in co. Meath, 
about the 31 July xxiii., conspired to rebel and to aid the rebellion 
of Wm. Nugent, who had rebelled at Robenston, co. Westmeath, 
about the 20 March preceding. — 11 Feb., xxiv. 

3818 (3143.) Grant to Cabell O Conkennen, gent. ; of the office of 

English, tanist or second person of the country or cantred of Corcamoy, 
co. Galway. To hold during the queens pleasure and his good 
behaviour, with such jurisdictions and emoluments as any other 
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1581-2. Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

3819 (5893.) Grant (under commission, 15 July xxii.) to Hugh 
Stourbridge, gent. ; of the wardship and marriage of Alexander, 
son and heir of Alexander Redmund, senior, late of the Howke” 
co. Wexford, and custody of the lands, except the third, held by 
Anne Meyler the widow. To hold during minority, at a rent of 
£5 3s. id., to be increased by 34s. 5 d., on the death of the 
widow, and retaining ,£5, for maintenance of the minor. Fine 
5s. stev. — 12 Feb., xxiv. 

38 20 (3353.) Pardon to Donell reough M‘Nemarra, of Garrouragh, 
co. Clare, gent., More ny Rrien, his wife, Teige M'Nemarra, of 
Caber, Lougklen oge 0 Hallowran, of Kiletrolie, Fennolle ny 
Molrian, of Moinetallon, Loughlen 0 Male, of Knock, Dermot 
0 Male, of same, Teige 0 Male, of same, Walter Routh, of 
Garrouragh, Teige ro M-'Clancky, of Ballem'donel, Teige etlea 
0 Doliertan, of Ballegoise, Edm. boy 0 Connell, of Shandagen, 
Teige M'Kysock, of Pollnebynan, Shane m‘Teige M‘Davyd, 
Dermot m'Dermot M‘Da, in the said co., and Teige 0 Harnyn, 

of Ballytarsne, co. Limerick, gentlemen. Security as in 897. 

12 Feb., xxiv. 

3821 (3347.) Pardon to Edm. dorcho M'Swyne, of Rathaglas, 
co. Galway, gent., Donogli M'Swyne, Tirlough M'Swyne, of same, 
gent., Ouin 0 Fahy, kern, Conckor 0 Naighten, of Clonkyn- 
kivrell, said co., clerk, and Donogh grana m'William oge," of 
Kilboggie, said co., gent. Security as in 897 13 Feb., xxiv. 

38 2 2 (3355.) Pardon to Tko. Mostion, of Twoy, co. Westmeath, 
gent., John Vavnom, of Roscoman, co. Roscommon, soldier, 
Wm. Tuite fitz Rob., of Sonnaghe, co. Westmeath, gent., Ouin 
M'Groirk, Rory 0 Brenan, Kedagh oge 0 Mellaghlen, Wm. 
0 Fury, Mellaghlen 0 Brenan, Henry 0 Farle, Wm. m'Donogh 
0 Fen-all, of Derynore, Donogho 0 Faixoll, of Gian, co. Longford, 
gent., and Dermot 0 Daly, of Lyrrea, co. Galway, gent. — 13 
Feb., xxiv. 

38 2 3 (3202.) Pardon to Ulick Boiu-ck, of Kilelyan, co. Galway. 
— 14 Feb., xxiv. 

38 24 (3354.) Pardon to Teige boy 0 Connor, Hngh m‘Teige 
0 Connor, Dermot 0 Connor, Donogho O Connor, Tirlaugb 
[ ], Kedaugh 0 Connor-, Brian 0 Heden m ‘Cormock 

0 Hodon, Dermot 0 Heden, Shane santaugk 0 Kelly, Kedaugh 
[ • ], Donogh 0 Kelly, Shane m‘Egnechan 0 Kelly, 

Rory 0 Howen, and Tomultagh O Howen, of Ballintubber. 
gent. Security as in 897, in co. Roscommon. — 14 Feb., xxiv. 

38 2 5 (3364.) Pardon to Hugh O Lalor, Wm. Atyman, Henry 
Banbrik alias Gwy, and John Lampken. Security as in 897, 
in Queen’s co. At the suit of the lord of Donganon. — 16 Feb., 
xxiv. 

38 26 (3326.) Pardon to Owin Moore, of Mornanton, co. Meath, 
esq., Pv.ob. Feakens, of Balletrasnan, John Gilsenan, of Culmullen, 
John Gillam, of Donacarny, James Lawrence, of Mornanton, 
Teig M‘Nemy, of Grangeth, Wm. Walsh, of Julyanston, Rich. 
Crome, Brian Leawes, Andrew Pigott, Nich. Freman, James 
Plunkett, of Armaghbeg, and John Halpenny or Harpenny, of 
Clongell, horsemen. On petition of Moore who, having commis- 
sion of martial law while sheriff of [ ], feared that he and his 

servants might have committed some offence. Security as in 897, 
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1581-2. Hants. — Elizabeth. 

3827 (3342.) Pardon to Jolm Terrell, of the Pace, co. Westmeath, 
esq., James Terrell, of Castelloste, and Walter Ten-ell, of 
Clonemoyle, gentlemen, and Wm. Terrell, of Portloman, and 
Win. Terrell, of iSTewcastell, horsemen, John Kernan, of Per- 
slyeston, clerk, Walter Terrell, of Kilbride, gent., Ricli. Terrell, 
of Ballymacaurd, Tho. Ten-ell, of Neweastell, James Terrell, of 
Gortunnill, John Terrell, of same, Redmund Terrell, of same, 
kern, John Ten-ell, of the Pase of Kilbride, horseman, Riccard 
Terrell, of same, Walter Frame, of Carrick, Gerrott Frame, of 
same, kern, Teige 0 Kynnyne, of same, Tho. Terrell fitz Kieh., 
of Lysnebynner, James Terrell, of Possickeston, horseman, John 
MaeGillemavtyne, Wm. Fraine, of Toneregihy, Janies Frame, 
of Gui-tyn, Riccard Ten-ell, of Terrelspace, Brian M'Edmonde, 
of same, Tho. Magavu-ane, of same, Terence M'Teige, of same, 
horseman, Gerrott Terrell, of Kilbride, Rich, m ‘Walter, of 
Sonnagh, Donald Maguyre, of tlie Pace, James Magoghegon, of 
Castellost, Murtagh Magoghegan, of same, Keadogh M‘Goghegnn, 
of same, Feolbog Terrell, of Kilbride, Rich. Terrell, of same, 
Rich. Terrell, of Castellost, Tho. fitz Edmond, of Ballenry, Rich, 
fitz Edmond, of Ballenelievhy, Rich. 0 Roirck, of the Pace, 
Rich. FitzSymon, of Coullower, and Edm. Pettit, of Bellaanalia 
horsemen, and Owin Pox alias Shennagh, of "Balleard, kem. 
Security as in 897, in co. Westmeath. 18 Feb., xxiv. 

38 2 8 (3303.) Pardon to Tho. Masterson, of Femes, co. Wexiord, 
esq., seneschal of that county, Richard, John, IShoholas, and 
Henry his sons, Henry Masterson, Ms brother, Rich. Glere, 
John Brasell, Stephen Svnnot, Tho. Clere, James Glere, junior, 
Rich. Synnot, of Ballybr[ ], and James Syirnot fitz Piers, 
gentlemen. — 19 Feb., xxir. . . 

3893 (3351.) Pardon to Iriell 0 Ferall, of Momine, gent, Patr. 
Fox, of same, yeoman, Calvagh O Moloy, of same, James 
m'William, of Cnock Ivagan, Molaghlm mWilliaui, of Pallio, 
and Cahill mWilHam, of Bemalegh[ _ V horsemen Donogh 
M'Carbri, of Momine, Shane M'Oarbn, of same, and Moner- 
ta<rh Gowe, of same, kerns, Wm. M‘Coi-mick, of Olonkme, 
horseman, Nick. M'Cormick, of Skiaghan, horseman, Shane 
MTCernan, of Momin, kern, Molaghlm duf 0 Biglean, of same, 
kem, Patr. Macai-mick, of Killinnecarra, horseman, Ferdorgh 
M'Hobert, of Mornine, kern, Lishagh M'Morough of Clonoghra, 
horseman, Rowry 0 Fen-all, of Ardenagk gent., Patr. M TerreUy, 
of Emper, horseman, Rowry M'Cahill, of Olonogheia, horseman, 

. Rosse M'Gerott, of Moinevossine, hoi-saimn, Teig rioghe 
M'Morrerty, of Crinvill, kern, Hobert M Edmond, of Ldun e, 
husbandman, Wm. oge mWilliam, of Bawon, Patr. M Kiegan, 
of Mornine, Edm. M'Morierty, of Monasterdirg James roe 
M'Gerald, of Pallic, and Shane 0 Ferrall of IMchenegran, 
horsemen, Molaghlm M'Shanely, £ alll °’ Edm ‘ 

M'Mortagh, of Killacomog, and Conog M‘Kedaigh of Crossey, 
horsemen! Rioli. M'Kedaigh, of Aghefin gent., Edm. oge of 
Ardenragh, horseman, Teig 0 Dermod, of Momtergeran, lmsb., 
James m‘Shane 0 Fen-all, of Killin, and l Edm. M'Genura, of 
BaUenebrine, horsemen, Donogh bane 0 Ferrall, of Larray, 
husb Donogh M'Gillernewe, of Lakill, kern, Coimock 
Magenura, of Tully, and Coi-mock M ‘Cahill, of Aghera horse- 
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1581-2, Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

of Crannalla, Dei-mod m'Faghna 0 Perrall, of same, Donogh 
m'Faghna 0 Fen-all, of same, and Morough m'Faghna 0 Ferrall, 
of same, horsemen, and Shane 0 Doleane, of Brenewe, hush., in co. 
Longford.— 1581. [25 Feb., xxiv.] ( Record, Commissioners’ 

catalogue.') 

38 30 (3182.) Livery to Terence Dempsie, of Olonega-wnagh, King’s 
co., son and heir of Dermot owir. brother of Owen Dempsie, late 
of Clonegawnagh. Fine £20.— -26 Feb., xxiv. 

38 31 (3340.) Pardon to Vm. Golding, of Ballenver, John Nugent, 
of Balledorv, John Fagan, of Brattagh, Wm. Fagan, of Cullen- 
trogh, Gillisse M'Keman, late of same, Tho. Nugent, of Molte- 
feman, James M'Gillecastayne, of Templeiiston, Andrew 
Dalamar, of Ballenfart, co. Westmeath, geirt., Tho. 0 Ferall, 
vicar of Mayne, same co. Security as in 897, in oo. Westmeath. 
— 1 March, xxiv. 

38 32 (3338.) Pardon to James netyraghe OHee, prisoner in the 
castle of Dublin.- -1 March, xxiv. 

38 33 (3339.) Pardon to Walter Wall, of Promleston, co. Kildare, 
gent., Patr. Wall, of same, Rich. Wall, of same, Gerald Wesley, 
of Daviston, Rich. Wesley, of same, Edm. Sex, of Norraghbeg, 
Rorie 0 Kelly, of Ballibeg, Darye Dempsie, of Corbally, Darby 
Dempsie, of same, Mortagh Dempsie, of same, and Owny 
M‘Donell, of Ballighmony. Security as in 897, in co. Kildare. 
— 2 March, xxiv. 

38 34 (3140.) Grant to Edw. Ragged, of Rosseponte, co. Wexford, 
clerk ; of the office of clerk of court, prothonotarv, keeper 
of the writs and records, and clerk of the crown and peace in the 
liberty of Wexford, and clerk of the peace and assizes in the co. 
Wexford. To hold during pleasure, with such fees as Patr. 
Synnot had. — 2 March, xxiv. 

3835 (5847.) Commission to Rob., bishop of Kildare, John 
Garvey, dean of Christ Church, Dublin, Tho. Jhoannis, dean of 
S. Patrick’s, Rich. Belinge, solicitor general, Henry Ussher, 

* archdeacon of Dublin, and Patrick Garret, learned in the law ; 
to hear an appeal from Robert Conwey, ll.d., official principal of 
the archbishop of Dublin, in a cause between Marian Rice alias 
Mascall, and Agnes Dempsie, widow of Simon Bee, late of 
Dublin, baker. — 6 March, xxiv. 

38 36 (3188.) Livery (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to 
Lucas Dillon, knt., chief baron, son and heir of Robert Dillon, 
knt., late chief justice, and to Henry Browne, of Newton of 
Trym, John Yonge, of same, and Patr. Terrell, of Athboy, co. 
Meath, gent., and any others seised to his use. Fine £19, and 
£4 for pardon of alienations. — [8 March, xxiv.] {See Auditor 
General’s Patent Book, vol. 25, p. 103.) 

38 37 (3328.) Pardon to Thomas Maria Wingfeld, gent., late one 
of the captains of the army, Martin Smith, of S. Johns by Athic, 
Walter Archbold, of Tymolenbegg, Nich. Baron, of Athie, 
Tirrelagh owre mac Feighe O Tole, Maurice Ewstace, son of 
Oliver Ewstace, of Ballicullan, gent. On petition of Wingfeld, 
fearing that while he had commission of martial law in co. 
Kildare he and his said servants might have committed some 
negligence. — 10 March, xxiv. 

38 38 (3345.) Pardon to Rob. Longe, of Athlone, co. Westmeath, 
soldier, Tho. Larane, of Bellaneslowe, co. Roscommon, soldier, 



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i _ 01 n Giants. — Elizabeth. . 

and Matthew Everard, of Boscoman, soldier. Security *« 

897. — 10 March, xxiv. „ „ nn 

oooq (3340) Pardon to Coghagre M‘Carmyck, of Ballymore 
383 Loghseudie, co. Westmeath, husbandman. Security as m 89 7. 

12 March, xxiv. 

S840 ( 3306.) Pardon to Teig 0 D.oyn, of Tenyhynoli, chiefofhis 
do4U v ) 0 Dovn, of Kylkewan, his brothel, Teig og 

oC^ofClstelbrakCormackO Doyne, of BalleknyiieBnan 
0 Doyn, sons of said Teig, Mortagh 0 Doyn, of ^l e ™cheUan, 

- 3* DoTn m of Park! Mortagh m‘Owm 

ODovn Deirnot m‘Owin 0 Doyn, of same, sons of said 
U Doyn, Dei™ u { ’Park, Edm. reough 

0l ‘Edm "o^oyn of same, brothers of said Owin Patr. 

m“S; Of OtaSlky, Art «< t „ ft l"" 

capt. Macfford. — 12 March, xxiv. .. ■ r 

3841 («».)« SIAM'S 

SHE f ’ 'A ^“e 8 oVcookeston, eUea^gent- i 
Zt custody of his lands. To hold during minority. Bent, 12s. 
Pine 10s.— 13 M[arch], xnv. 

38 « f » r-j. '“jrijsjg&ij San s»; 

ss&s ss 

Momshe oige M S1 W 7 )rt m . n ij fitzMorrish Hubert, of Bakelev, 
M'Shihy, of Brownscort, Edm. Fite 

gent., TJlig fitz Mornsh ^ J { Castelton, Edm. oge 

Davy, of Balygilcan, Edm. Fite inomas, "i of Lysmake ry, 

M'Shihy, of Ttokertsto^ an Pallisse y john TVI'Molmoiy, 
gentlemen, Gerald Fitz Biom , a tma ^ Tho. Engleont, of 
galloglas, Mahon h °J> n ph ^ a Engleont, of same, gent., Tho. 
Engleontstowne, gent, r nil . i 8 Ballvnesque, Peter 

M'Clanque, of Bobeitston, M^nce We of BaBynesq ^ 

Wall, of Balleigue, and Concho^ eriok.-H March, 

co. Limerick. Security os %n 897, m co. in 
384373368.) Par-don to Vf p M 

3843 ei, and Donnogh 

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1581-2. Fiakts. — Elizabeth. 

7 Mollyn Cavanaghe, Sliane m‘Teig reough, Peter Arcliebold, 
Morrogh m'Gerrot Cavanagh, James m'Phelim 0 Tole, Oliver 
Arcliebold, Dermot m'Tirlagh 0 Tole. Edm. m ‘Walter OTole 
Philip m'Shane OTole, Gerald owre OTole, Gerald nffOyne 
OTole, Pati. Harroll, Bob. Mergyne, Deyrmott M'Lorcan, Teige 
m'Dermot 0 Toole, Patr. 0 Haggan, Ouin M'Phelim, Phelim 
m'Donnogh 0 Tole, YV-alter Wulff, Donnoll M'Shanly, Tibbott 
OTole, Patr. bane O Byrne, Donnogh m'Mellaghlin OTole, 
Laghlin M'Donnyll, Hugh moore M'William, Donnell M'Carte’ 
James Talbott, Morogh m'Oayer O’Tole, Edm. m‘Donno<di’ 
OTole, Laghlin m'Donnogh OTole, Donnogh MTgrane, Art 
M'Morrogho, Donnogh M'Teig, Morroghe M'Teig, Dermot oge, 
Phelim duff M ‘Hughe, Mollmory M'Kehnghe, Onin M'Molrony’ 
Cormoek 0 Bony, Dermot M'Comnor, "Teige ro 0 Krehan’ 
Mortagh ley M ‘Donnell, John ballaghe, Eny m'Cahir 0 Byrne,’ 
Donnoll m ‘Teige oge 0 Byrne, Gerald m'Edm. 0 Byrne, Tei" 
M ‘Donnogh, Teige 0 Hughe m'Gilpatrick 0 Hugh, Gerald 
0 Hugh, James 0 Hughe, John 0 Hughe, David 0 Hugh, Teig 
mantagh O Hugh, Dermot M'Gerrot, Patr. boye, Tirlagh m‘Mo i> 
l'Ogh 0 Tole, Dermot glasse, Shane M'Mortaghe, of Fercolin, co. 
Dublin, Elizabeth nyn Hugh 0 Byme, wife of said Phelim 0 Tole, 
J ohanna liyn Arte Cavannagli, Boyse nyn Morislie Fitzgerald’ 
Margaret nyn Tyrlagh oge, Fenoll nyn Donell, Katherine Kelly’ 
Johanna nyn Donell, Margaret nyn Tirlagh M'Gilpatrick, 
Margaret Porsell, Grany OTole, Margaret OTole, Margaret 
Walshe, of [ ], Oahir OTole, of Imale, Tihbot 

m‘Oannagh (or Donnogh) OTole, Hugh rn'Davy 0 Byme, Tlio. 

' m'Nicli. M‘Bichard, Edm. m'Teige M ‘Mallagblin, Brynne m'Tir- 
lagh m'Shane oge, Donnell m'Teige M‘Mallaghlin, Oahir M'Fer- 
l-oll. Laghlin m‘Shane duff, Hugh m'Sliane duff. Pliilip M‘Cagho, 
Wm. mor M'Teige, Donnogh 0 Kelly, John Wesly, Edm! 
0 Gal-van, Donnogh Eighglan, Donnoll hane, Edm. duff M'Keglio 
(or .Vl'Cagho), Arte m'Tirlagh m'Shane oge, Laghlin 0 Kelly, 
Owny 0 Glanky, Morogho M'Mallaghlin, and Bob. Lenan, of 
Imale, eo. Dublin, kern. Security as in 897 in co. Dublin.— 18 
March, xxiv. 

3845 (3348.) Pardon to Gerald FitzGerald, of Stablerston, co. 
Kildare, Gerald Fitz William, of Litleton, gent., Maurice moile 
M'Donaglie, of Lowetoune, Arthur MacBrien, of Balliteige, and 
Donogh douffe, of Stablerston, husbandmen, Edm. Caddell, of 
same, Bieh. Fitz William, of Litleton, Gerald Fitz Pers! of 
Killeighe, James Mao Shane, of Barnecroghe, and Pliilip 
0 Bourke, of Killeighe, said co. husb. — 20 March, xxiv. 

3846 (5585.) License to Gerald FitzGerald, of Yyllanston, co. 

English. Westmeath, gent., to alienate to Henry Waring of Waringes- 

tone, King s co., gent., the lands of Liemaren and Cloneglaugham, 
King s co., held under lease from the crown. Given gratis at 
the request of Mr. Henry Waren, gent. — 20 March, xxiv. 

3847 (3304.) Pardon to Patr. Garlon, and Henry Garlone, of Don- 

molchane, eo. Louth, gentlemen, Walter Scorlocke, of Frain, and 
James Tancarde, of Castleton of Tanraghe, co. Rleatli. 1581. 

. [23 March, xxiv.] (Second Commissioners' Catalogue.) 

38 48 (3360.) Pardon to Boh. Harpoll, of Carthelagh, gent., lately 
sheriff of Carlow and afterwards of Queen’s co., Wm. Harpoll, 
same, Gerald Grace of Legan, John Grace, Bedmund Cantwe 



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1581-2. Fiaxts. — Elizabeth. 

Farragh 0 Kelly, Malagklen O Fealan, Patr. donell, (Hugh 
0 Lalor struck out), Ferdorogh 0 Doran, David O Horohan, 
Hew m'Rorie 0 Kelly, Michael Gosse, John Ovingden, Rob. a 
Bowen, Rob. Everson, and Ouin M'Fyr. Security as in 897 
(the first three excepted), in co. Carlow. — [ ] 1581. 

3849 (6511.) Commission to [ ] county 

English. Kildare ; to execute martial law in that county ; as in 218. A 
fragment. — [ ], 1581. 

38 5 0 (6512.) Commission to [ ] county 

English. Louth ; to execute martial law in [ ] ; as in 218. A 

fragment.- — [ ], 1581. 

1582. 

3851 (3344.) Pardon to Donell 0 Molloy, of the Pallice, King’s co., 
gent., Kene 0 Malloy, Neile 0 Malloy, Cahir oge 0 Molloy, 
Hugh oge 0 Moloy, Brien oge 0 Moloy, Cahir M'Felym, Cormoek 
M‘Gwire, Eelym M'Owen, Melaglilen M'Owen, Tirlogli M'Shane, 
C'osny Mac Silane, Brien duf M'Falv, Tibott M‘FiiT, Hugh Mac 
Firr, Tirlagh M'Brian, Cormuck M'Kigan, Cosny 11 ‘Brian, 
Only 0 Morish, Donill 0 Morish, Teige M'Sliane, Tibbot 
M ‘Shane, Teige 0 Heyne, Coguill 0 Heyne, Patr. Riagh, 
Tirlagh M'Rory, Fennell boy M'Coiiy, Owen M'Rorie, Wm. 
M'Rory, Tii-lagh M‘Art, Shane M'Rory, Cogliry M'Rory, Cosny 
M'Rory, Edm. 0 Spelain, Donell M'Mortagli, Cahir M'Donogh, 
Tibbott M'Donogh, Art M'Donogh, Neile M'Owen, Edm. 
M'Hugh, Wm. M'Hugh, Morogh M‘Rory, Cahir M'Firr, Kedogh 
» M'Fir, Shane M'Firr, Teige M‘Firr, Lisagh M'Firr, Con M'Firr, 
Brian M'Firr, Rory M'Tirlagh, Donogh M'Cahir, Shane M'Cahir, 
Rory duff M'Tirlagh, Shane more M‘Mortagh, Moiler M'Mori- 
tagh, Ferrall M'Mortagh, Shane M'Rory, Donell M'Rory, Neile 
0 Casshid, Donell duf 0 Casshid, Donogh 0 Casshid, Brian 
Ovally, Brian 0 Bohery, Mortagh M'Morogh, Teig M'Morogh, 
Tho. OBrachane, Owen 0 Bvaehan, Donell Dewyu, Neile 
M'Hugh, Brian Mac Teig, and Shane M'Teig. Security as in 
897, in King’s co. “ Donell O Moloy and seventy his followers.’’ 

. — 25 March, xxiv. 

38 52 (3334.) Pardon to Anthony Power, of Crowek, co. Water- 
ford, gent., late sheriff of the county, James Pursell, sub-sheriff, 
Maurice Butler fitz Nich., of Ballvneknavyne, John fitz Rob. 
Power, of Ballyduff, gent., Maurice fitz John Power, seijeant, 
Tho. 0 Felane of Ballyknavyne, and James Pursell, of Crowek, 
yeomen, Wm. B,tz Nicholas^ of Ballynemony, and Maurice fitz 
Piers Power, of Killetyn, kerns, Tho. fitz Nich. Power, of Georg- 
ston, and Wm. Pursell, of Crowolc, horseboys, in co. Waterford, 
Nich. Butler of Ballinecoulo, and Wm.^Stafford, of Mollenbro, co. 
Kilkenny, yeomen. Security as in 897 , the sheriff excepted. On 
petition of Anthony Power, who, having while sheriff authority 
of martial law in the county, feared that he and his servants here 
named might have committed some negligence. — 26 March, xxiv. 
coco 63370 ) Pardon to Rowrie mTriell, of Agliolnaltone, co. 
Longford, gent, Donogh 0 Kare, of S. Mighels, Gerald 0 Fan-all 
of Lessomean, Shane 0 Duftie ensemgran, Shane M'Teige, of 
Castlebroke, Gilluse 0 Shinoghan, of Fynchmore, Brian m'Kall 
0 Horne, Wm. M'Oghen. of Covnohenclien, Knoglior roe Mac 
Hone of same, Tirlogli duf M'Hone, of same, Kali mille M'Hone, 
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1582. Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

of Fynchengrane. Security as in 897, in co. Longford. “ 13 of 
Will, mao Donell alias 0 Farrell Bane’s men.” Registered by 
Fulco Mounslowe. — 27 March, xxiv. 

3854 ■ 3320.) Pardon to (Jerald Plunkett, of Irishton, co. Meath, 
gent., Thomas his brother, John Plunkett fitz Rob., Win. Balfe, 
Win. Clerkane, Fen-all Rely, Patr. Gone, Ferrall Glery, Wm. 
Carolan, and Conchor M'Skely. Not to include any conspiracy, 
or abetting of the earl of Desmond, James Eustace, late viscount 
of Baltinglas, and Wm. Nugent. At the suit of sir L. Dillon. 
— 28 March, xxiv. 

3855 (3366.) Pardon to Teige 0 Daly, of Tromry, Hubert M‘Genury, 
of 'fully, Donell boy 0 Ferrall, of Ryan, Connell M'Geralt, of 
Uosemyn, John fitz Edmond leagke, of Dromlys, Rory M'Cahill, 
of Granard, John M'Negauna, of Cowlart, Morglio M'Gilleehrist, 
of Tully, Cahell M‘Negauna, of Cowlart, Edm. m'Oormuck 
M'Genura, of Tully, Rosse m‘Teige M'Genury, of same, Rory 
fitz William, of Neweton alias Ballenowe, Morgho boys 
m'Oonchor riogli, of Tullye, Derby M‘Gillechrist, of Tully, 
Gillernewe 0 Sowlliglian, of Ynishemore, Edm. rooe m'Owen 
M‘Y master, of Killosonan, and Moriertagh 0 Sullaghan, of 
Ynyshemore. Security as in 897, in co. Longford. “ Given fre 
from the seal by great suit made to the lord chauncellor at the 
sealing.” — 29 March, xxiv. 

38 56 (3308.) Pardon to Wm. fitz Patr. Fleming, of Knighteston, 
and Christopher fitz Patr. Flemyng, of same, oo. Meath, horse- 
men, James Tafe, of Athyrdee, Gerald O Connor, of Donler, 
Patr. M’Cardell, of Barenston, Morogh 0 koog 0 Connor, and 
Mortagh mfEdm. rnoyle, of Ballymascanlan, co. Lonth, horsemen, 
and John Bern, of Paynston, co. Meath, tanner. Security as in 
897. A t the suit of the baron of Dongennyn, and sir Edw. More, 
knt. — 30 March, xxiv. 

3857 (3335.) Pardon to Edw..M.ore, of Mollyfont, co. Louth, knt. 
— 30 March, xxiv. 

38 58 (3337.) Pardon to Gerald duff m'Gerot 0 Conouer, of Enes- 
coffie, Nich. Ledwieh, of Moltiferaan, Laurence Fitz Symons, of 
Symonstone, and Nich. Ledwich, of Olandalyver, husbandmen, 
and Donogh bane M'Dermot of Rathganny, cottier, in co. West- 
meath. Security as in 897. — 2 April, xxiv. 

38 59 (3142.) Grant to Tho. Sturmyn ancl Walter Graunt, gent. ; 
of the office of principal cessors of [co. Cork 1] in the province of 
Munster. To hold during good behaviour. To cess and collect 
the cesses and taxes which may be imposed. — 2 April, xxiv. 

38 60 (6505.) Commission to sir Edm. Butler, knt. ; to execute 

English, martial law in the province of Mounster, and the counties of 
Kilkenny, Tipperary, and Catherlaghe ; as in 218. With power 
to take victual. — 10 Ap., xxiv. Much injured. 

3861 (3332.) Pardon to Wm. Twe, of Callan, co. Kilkenny, yeoman, 
Security as in 897. At the suit of sir Edm. Butler. 11 Ap., 
xxiv. 

38 62 (3310.) Pardon to Donald owre m'Donagh evalle, of Ballin- 
tornor in the Duffre, gent., Branne m'Donell owre, of same, 
Arthur m'Donill owre, of same, Donagh ballagh MacThomas, 
of Ballearrell, freeholder, Ouin M‘Thomas, of same, Maurice mac 
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m'Shane reagli Mao Gerrott, of same, Teige m'Shane reagh 
M ‘Gerrott, of same, Ouin m'Shane reagli M'Garrett, of same, 
Teige reaghe, of Tomvricke, freeholder, Donogh m'Teige reagli, 
of same, Donald dorragh m'Donagh oge, of Ballemariscali, free- 
holder, John M ‘James, of Moynkerie, in the Duffre, freeholder, 
Maurice m'Sliane M‘ James, of same, Peter m‘Wm. M James, 
of same, and Donogh 0 Ryan, of Cloghvony, co. Carlow, 
gent. At capt. Macwortli’s suit. — 12 April, xxiv. 
omo (-3327.) Pardon to Gerald fitz Moriee, of Glasshehe, Oliver 
Eustace, of Harberston, Edw. Miset, of Dowdington, Walter 
Tallon, of Tomalyn, Maurice Ewstace, of Mowne, Phellym reogh, 
of Kernalvye, Walter Seice, of Blaekliale, Rob. Lutreil, of 
Flemvngton, and Laurence Sutton, of Ballymame, horsemen, 
Tlio. Fits Nicholas, of Kilmeede, Rich. Keyton, of Oarnalvie, 
Mortogh 0 Dernsy, of Bowlleis, Hugh 0 Demsy, of same, kerns, 
Dermot 0 Cullen, of Norogli, surgeon, Hugh M Davyd of Uastel- 
martyn, tailor, Parrie Fits Walter, of Nase, butcher, John 
0 Heman alias m'Mahone, of Castelmartyn and Pati. Heckye, 
of Brenoghston, husbandmen, James Sherloge, of Rase, gent., 
Ellen Fitz Gerrald, of Blaekhale, Donyl Ennys, of same, 
Anastaee Kelly, of same, John Bewglian, of Newabaye, cottier, 
John M'Cartan, of Kilcok, husbandman, all dwelling in oo. 
Kildare, Rich, fitz Thomas, of Baronstone, gent and James 
Clinch, of Brantston, yeoman. Seeunty ns m 897.— 1 2 April, 
xxiv. 

0004 73329 ) Pardon to Wm. Archbolde, ofKynleston, co. Dublin, 
386 tnf Not to pardon any conspiracy, or abetting of James 
Eustace, late vise, of Baltmglas, or Wm. Nugent, m their rebel- 
lions. Security as in 897. — IB Ap., xxiv. _ 

38 6 5 (3309) Pardon to Donatus or Donogh m'Kennedy Yvrien o 
Ki lecomery, gent. , Terence or Tirlagli m'Donagh Yvrien, of same, 
,ent , Tho o^e m‘Tho. m-Rory M‘Cragh, late of Sanvallyanm, 
Rory m‘Tho m‘Rory M'Oragh, of same, gent, John m Ouen 
m^Rori M'Cragh, of Killeane, John fitz Philip m‘Rory Cragli, of 
same Daniel m'Philip m‘Rory M‘Cragh, of same, gent, Henry 
Tobin fitz Morish, of Ballingeree, John Tohm fitz Moiish of 
same, kern, James ro Tobin m'Edm, of ClonMske^Vem, 
Nich . Tobin fitz Philip, of Ballyneskehie, Gibbon Tohm fitz Tho, 
of Ballynneyi-, kern, Rich. m'Mahon Ymulcagha, of Listea, 
Charles^M ‘Edmund, late of Kihnanehm, John mac Tho. 
Ymulclha of same, kern, Thaddens or Teig Corban m‘Rory, of 
iSmolee Othny Garbaiie m'John, of same, Philip Oarhane 
X ’of same, John Carbane m‘Donogh, of same Daniel 
Carban ' m‘Tei“', of Cowlouen, Derby Corban mTeig, of same, 
John m‘Ouen°m‘Da Ymulcaha, of Kilmanehm Tho. m‘Dorby 
M‘Ci’a"h of Ourragli teskinne, Darnel bane mlho M Cragh, of 

susses. 

Geraltoes, of BaUybeg, kern, in co. Waterford. Security as m 
897— H Ap, xxiv. . • 

38 66 (3333.) Pardon to Rich. Ousak, 6 ® Cy ’ 

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1582. IT ants. — Elizabeth. 

3867 (5751.) Pardon to Alexander Plunket, of Gibbeston, co. 
Meath, gent. — 18 A_p., xxiv. 

38 68 (5890.) Grant (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Thomas 
earl of Ormond and Ossorie ; of the wardship and marriage of 
Gerald son and heir of James FitzGerald, knt. ; and custody of ■ 
his lands. To hold during minority. Kent, .£10. Fine 40s. — 
20 Ap., xxiv. 

38 69 (3229.) Pardon to Wm. Veldon, of Raffin, co. Meath, gent. — 
22 Ap., xxiv. 

38 70 (3358.) Pardon to Ricard Walsh alias Brennagh, of Ballene- 
cole, co. Kilkenny, gent., and Johanna Fitz Thomas, of Laragh, 
late the wife of John Fitz Morice, of Cnockmoan. — 23 April, 
xxiv. 

3871 (3146.) Grant to Nathaniel Dillon, gent. ; of the office of 
general or chief clerk of the Council. To hold during good 
behaviour, with such fees as Lewis Brysket had. — 24 April, xxiv. 

38 72 (3292.) Pardon to Gerald Fitz Symou, of Tullenalley, co. 
Westmeath, gent., Edw. Fitz Syrnon, of Clonturke, Rich. 
FitzSvmon, and James FitzSymou, sons of said Gerald, Edw. 
FitzSvmon, of Hilton, Gerald Fitz Symon, of Renaghane, Rich. 
FitzSymon, of Ballenelagh, Rob. FitzSymon, of Stremiston, 
Wm. Fitz Symon, of Cowill, and Redmund FitzSymon, of 
Castelton, co. Westmeath, gentlemen. Security as in 897. — 
24 April, xxiv. 

3873 (3357.) Pardon to Edw. Cusack, of Lesniollin, co. Meath, 
esq. — 26 April, xxiv. 

38 74 (3206.) Lease (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Oliver 
English. Stephenson, of the [Glane] ; of the manor of Don Milline, co. 
Limerick, with a ruinous castle and mill there, the lands of 
Downilline, the great and small Car[ue], Racrogan, Kilkolman 
and Banouge, Ravarye and Tirmoire, Ballienstine, the two 
Down Kahaies, Monymehill, Ballislabaghe, Lisbaen, Garran 
Boy, the Frey land, lGs. lOjrf. issuing out of Balliloghan, Bally- 
niakery, Kwillffenane, Balliwiernallie, Balliegan, and Tomgill, 
to the said manor belonging, possessions of Ullick de Wale 
called the Faltagh, of Don Millin, attainted. To hold for 21 
years. Rent, £5 12s. 2| d. Not to levy coyne or livery. Fine 
10s. — 27 [April, xxiv.] (See Auditor-General's Patent Book, 
vol. 14, p. 20.) 

3875 (3314.) Pardon to Edw. Nugent, of Mooretowne, co. West- 
meath, gent. — 2 May, xxiv. 

38 76 (3184.) Livery to James, son and heir of Robert Preston, 
late of Balmadon, co. Dublin, esq. Fine £36. : — 2 May, xxiv. 

3877 (3191.) Livery to Peter or Piers Dalton, of Nowghwall, co. 
Westmeath, gent., son and heir of Andrew, brother of Edmund 
Dalton, late of Nouglrwall. Fine £4.-4 May, xxiv. 

3878 (3301.) Pardon to- Teige M'Coughlan, son of John 
M'Coughlan, knt., Rorie M'Phelim, of Balingoron, Conill 
M'Firre, of Killelgan, and John O Garran, of Yskercastell. — 
4 May, xxiv. 

3879 (3305.) Pardon to Ouin M‘Dowaltagk, of Beallawoghter, co. 
Roscommon, gent., Wm. 111 ‘Tirrelaugh O Flanygan, of same, 
Benvy ny Connor, of Beallenafadda, same co., Gilbert M‘MuL 
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same co., gent. Security as in 897. At the suit of Ant. 
Brabzon.— 4 May, xxiv. 

38 80 (3311.) Pardon to Ouin O Madden, of Mylyck, co. Galway, 
gent., Donagh 0 Horan, dean of Clonfert, and Hugh oge M‘Der- 
mot, of Kyllevny, said co., gent. Security as in 897. At the 
suit of Mr. Waterhous.— 4 May, xxiv. 

3881 (3313.) Pardon to John O Shaghnes, of Gorte yniskegory, bo. 
Galway, gent., Eckn. Martyn, of Galway, merchant, Morriertagh 
M‘Conryde, of Kyllugelly, Donnell duff M'Conryde, of same, 
Ellen Burk, of Bymmore, said co., Mary Burk, of same, More 
ny Wale, of Drawght, said co., and Brian 0 Kelly m'Oonchor 
og, of Einglas, said co., gent. Security as in 897. At the suit 
of Ant. Brabzon. — 4 May, xxiv. 

3882 (3189.) Livery (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Walter 
St. Michaell, baron of Rebane, son and heir of Christopher 
St. Michell, late of Castellton of Rebane, gent. Pine £6 — 

5 May, xxiv. ■ 

38 83 (3350.) Pardon to Bartholomew Longe, of Derre, co. Kildare, 
gent., and Mulrony O Hely, of same, yeoman. — 7 May, xxiv.^ 

38 84 (3294.) Pardon to Teig M'Gilpatrick, Brian M'Gilpatrick, 
Moragh modoro M'Connell, Felim m'Brian M'Murtagh, Hugh 
m'Brian M'Murtagh, Jolm mao Brian M'Murtagh, Kahili 
M‘I Callowe, Teige M‘I Callowe, Wm. oure 0 Mony, Brasell 
M ‘Dermot, Darhie 0 Coulgan, Daniel M'Keighagan, Daniel 
O Kellie, Faley M'Gerald, James M'Goghegan, Daniel M'Hugh, 
Brian O Rignie, Murtagh MacQuire, Turlagh Mac Faglma, 
Arthur reogh Mac Faley, Cahir MacFaly, John m‘Wm. Fitz 
Walter, Edoch Mac Peirce, Hugh 0 Coulgan, Neile M«Gourk, 
Daniel 0 Calan, Tho. 0 Kelly, Felim M'Owen, Daniel O Mony, 
Mam-ice 0 Mony, Thomas Reagh, piper, Feris 0 Hughes, 
Couoghgrie M'Guont, Dermot M'Kelly, Donogh 0 Mulclare, 
Wm. 0 Dale, Gildeman 0 Hignie, Edm. boy O Coman, Oum 
roe 0 Rignie, Hugh OKelline, Teige M'Moragh, Donogh hoy 
0 Doyn, Brian M'Counly, and Edm. bane M'Gilrowe. Security 
as in 897, in King’s co. — 8 May, xxiv. 

38 85 (3321.) Pardon to Laurence Delaliide, of Maglare, co. Kildare, 
gent. — 8 May, xxiv. _ . 

3886 (3323-) Pardon to Walter fitz Walter Nugent, Heberth 
0 Fan-all, of Dowkloune, Edm. Nugent fitz Gen-old, of Molte- 
fernan, Chr. Nugent, late of Ballychoulmyle, Andrew Nugent, 
late of Tecloy, Edm. Nugent, late of Tolchan, Tho. Dellamar, 
late of Molfeman, Gerald Dellamare, late of Ardglas, Walter 
Irriell late of Kilmeglisse, Maa 0 Telt, late of Kilpatrick, Gerald 
Mac Granill, late of Castelton, Edm. M'Kegan (or M'Cagan), 
late of Ballehoulmyll, John M‘Kegan, of same, On moyle 
M'Moriertie, of same, Donald M'Gillernow, of same On og 
M'Granill, of same, Gerald Ledwich, of Balnalaken, Molaghlyn 
bane M'Elchowlcheny, of same, Donagh bane M'Kunghtie, ot 
Moltefernan, James M'Kerrighty, of same, Donald ODonill of 
Balligrolan, Rory 0 Moran, and John 0 Moran, of Kmgswodd, 
Edw Dallamare, of Dira, Kahir m'On 0 Reyly, of Riper, John 
O Reyly, of the Grang, Philip iMKahill 0 Reyley, of same John 
O Reyly, of same, Wm. Moran, of Moltefernan, Hallow 
M'Alexander, of the Morgadg, Meiler Bourke, of same, Teig 
M‘Gyermoty (or M'Girlemow), of same, Wm. Dalton, of 

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Wounston, James Dalton, of same, Kormock 0 Farell, of Cul- 
corry, Mourgh garrow M‘Gillechrist, of same, John 0 Feman, of 
same, VYm. 0 Farall, of the Correy, Donogk 0 Ferall, of Clon- 
shenagh, Teig dowe M'Conill, of same, Morogli M'Enckargy, of 
same, Kormock 0 Kerry (or 0 Corry), of the Abbey Larray, On 
M'Kerry (or M'Cory), of same, Teig m‘Hy 0 Ferrall, of the 
Anugk, Carbry M‘Glaglilen, of Barney, Conill M'Geffrey, of 
Dirgowan, Cormock 0 Ferall, of same, William M‘Garrott, of 
Killynagh, Brian m‘Ferrall og 0 Keyley, of Slucarbrey, and 
Tho. Ledwick, of Cloindalton. Security as in 897, in co. Long- 
ford. — 8 May, xxiv. 

38 87 (3160.) Pardon to Edw. Garnon, of Killincowll, co. Louth, 
gent., Wm. Garnon and Rob. Garnon, of same, Patrick Clinton, 
of Dromcasshell, same co., Peter or Piers Clinton, of Gorballyes, 
same co., and Nick. Plunkett, of Tallonston, same co., gentlemen. 

— 9 May, xxiv. 

38 88 (3312.) Pardon to Walter Butler fitz Tho., of Kilcowle, co. 
Tipperary, gent., Philip Mac Ee, Wm. Creif, Geoffrey Purcell 
fitz Tho. hoy, Fowlk Freyny, Patr. Purcell fitz Philip, Carroll 
M'Edmond, Derrnot M'Melaghlin, Rowland Freyny, David 
Tohyn, John nj‘Bory riough, Brian m‘Wm. 0 Kelly, John 
O Connowe, Maurice Ban-on, Redmund Barron, James Daton, 
Gibbon Blanckvilcl, Nicli. Blanckvild, Gillenenef m‘Teige 
OMagker, Teige mT)onell 0 Magher, Rob. St. Leger fitz James, 
Geoffrey earragli Grace, John dufe 0 Phelan, Theobald Stackbold 
alias Galduf, John Brenagli, Oliver Brenagh, Donald 0 Dowir, 
Peter Shortall, Rory 0 Bergyn, and Tho. O Connowe. Security 
as in 897, in co. Tipperary. At the suit of Rich. Shea. — 9 May 
xxiv. 

38 89 (3324.) Pardon to Helena or Ellen Plunkett, widow of Nich. 
Nugent. Security as in 897, in co. Dublin. — 9 May, xxiv. 

3890 (3185.) Livery (imder commission, 15 July, xxii.,) to 
Christopher Kerdiffe, son and heir of John Kerdife, late of 
Rolleston, gent. Fine £10. • — 10 May, xxiv. 

3891 (3322.) Pardon to Tho. FitzGerrald of Eliston, co. Kildare, 
gent., James EitzGerrald, of Kilteghan, and Tho. Bermigkam, 
of Meilerston, same co., gentlemen, Maurice Fitz Gerralcl, of 
Eleston, John Eitz Williams, of same, John fitz James, of same, 
Ouin duffe 0 Reily, John roe M'Edmond, of same, Edw. fitz 
Morisk, of Browniston, Redmund fitz Morisk, of same, Rich, fitz 
James, of same, Wm. fitz James, of Pollardston, Rich. M'Shane, 
of same, Gerald fitz Thomas, of Numey, Ouin duf 0 Moran, 
and James O Hyky. Security as in 897, in co. Kildare. — 11 
May, xxiv. 

3892 (3297.) Pardon to Edw. Mostion, of Athlone, late sheriff of 
co. Roscommon, gent., and Daniel m'Farriagh O Kelly, of Moure, 
co. Roscommon, gent. — 12 May, xxiv. 

3893 (3295.) Pardon to Wm. Moore, of Rosmyde, co. Westmeath, 
gent. — 14 May, xxiv. 

3894 (3621.) Pardon to John Tallon, of Donlavan, Maurice Tallon, 
Bene duff' ny Lyrnian, Margaret nyne Shane 0 Byrne, Margaret 
Saunders, Patr. M'Gillebride, Eleonora Tallon, Rich. Browne, 
Margaret nyne e Boye, Brian 0 Corren, Dermicius or Derbie 
M ‘Davie, Shane MacMoriertagk and Derbie Byrne. — 14 May, 
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3895 (3193.) Livery (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Robert 
Bamewall, of Donbro, gent., son and heir of Mark Bamewall, 
late of same, and to George Plunkett, of Bewlie, esq., James 
Bellewe, of Dublin, alderman, Rich. Warr, of Dublin, mer- 
chant, Nidi. Oaddell, of Balle[ ], co.’ Kildare, gent., Nich. 
Kenedie, of Dunfert, same co., chaplain, Nich. Welclon, Nich. 
Warr, of Donsliaghlen, freeholder, and any others seised to his use. 
Pine £20 and £10 for a pardon of alienations. — 11 May, xxiv. 

3398 (3190.) Livery (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Peter 
Bamewall, lord of Trimletteston, brother and lieir of Robert, 
late lord, and to J olm Bamewall, of Lespopell, Bdw. Bamewall, 
of Trimlettestone, Barnaby Scurloke, of Fraino, gent., and James 
Queitrott, of Dublin, merchant, and all others seised to his use. 
Pine, £51 15s., and£L0 for a pardon of alienations. — 15 May, 
xxiv. 

3897 (584S.) Commission to the dean of Christchurch, the dean of 
English. S. Patricks, Mr. Piu-the, Mr. Ball, Prichard Belling, the serjeant ; 
to hear an appeal in a cause between Absolom Strange, of Water- 
ford, and John Prindergast, concerning the title to the treasurer- 
ship of Christchurch, Waterford. These commissioners were sub- 
stituted for the following, whose names have been struck out : — 
John .Poere, baron of Coraghmore, Nicholas Poere, of the 
county Waterford, civilian, Piers Roth, of Kilkenny, bache- 
lor of law, Edmund Butler and George Dormer, learned in 
the law, James Wise, of Waterford, esq., Patrick Doben, of the 
same, alderman, John Cowan, chancellor of Chi'ist Church, 
Waterford, Nicholas Ly, of Waterford, alderman, Anthony 
Colclogk, of Tinteyrn, esq., Richard Sheth, of Kilkenny, gent., 
Nicholas Walshe, learned in the laws, sir Stephen Hay, vicar of 
S. Patricks, Wexford, Robert Codd and John Synot, learned in 
the laws, (fin paper.)— Dated 16 May, 1582. 

38 98 (3149.) Grant to George Arglas, gent. ; of the office of keeper 
of the council chamber in the castle of Dublin. To hold during 
pleasure, with a fee of 12 d. sterling, a day. — 18 May, xxiv. 

38 99 (3164.) Grant to captain Anthony Deering ; of the issues and 
English, profits of those lands whereunto any entry hath been made 

without livery or ousterlemain, belonging to any twelve subjects, 
being heirs or inheritors of the same, that he shall nominate 
within twelve months; with power to compound with such 
inheritors, who upon certificate of such composition may sue 
their liveries. Recites his losses, especially of late by the band 
of soldiers he had in charge in Moiuister, they being indebted 
unto him in sundry sums of money above the pays allowed them ; 
and for that also his own expenses were very great. — 18 May, 
xxiv. 

39 00 (3299.) Pardon to Rich. Nugent, of Donnower, co. Westmeath, 

gent. Security as in 697.— 18 May, xxiv. 

3901 (3315.) Pardon to Fergauanim M'Mortagh, of Eneseortie 
co. Wexford, kern, Tirrelagh O Kelly, of same, Maurice 0 Bolger, 
of same, Ouin 0 Bolgier, Donogh 0 Kelly, Clilleduf 0 Bolgier, 
Arthur carvagh M‘Melaghlen,Melaghlen 0 Hose, Wm. ODempsie, 
Melaghlen oge Maghan, and Ouin Keigli, of E[ ], kern. 

Security as in 897, in co. Wexlord. At the suit of Tho. 
Mastersonne. — 18 May, xxiv. 

39 02 (3316.) Pardon to Elenor Eustace, widow, and Joan Walshe, 

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her daughter. Security as in 897, in co. Dublin. At the suit 
of Tho. Fitz Wyllyams. — 19 May, xxiv. 

39 03 (3296.) Pardon to Lavallen Nugent, of Dromcree, oo. West- 
meath, gent. — 19 May, xxiv. 

39 04 (3300.) Pardon to Donald Spaniagh m'Donagh m'Cahir 
Kavanagh, of Clonemollme, co. Wexford, gent., Cahir carragh 
m'Donogh m'Cahir Kavanagh, of same, Chrehone m'Gerald 
m'Chir C’avanagh, of same, gent., Moragh m'Edm. Kavanagh, of 
Ballineberue, Moriertagh m'Edm. Cavanagh, of same, Maurice 
m'Edm. Kavanagh, of same, Donogh m'Edm. Kavanagh, of 
same, kern, Teige m'Donagh Eglanne, of Kilkaroe, horseman, 
Arthur m'Donagh Eglanne, of same, David roe MacEnyr, of 
same, Donald more M'Dermot, of Kosdavagh, Chrehone more 
m'Cahir Kavanagh [ ], Donald m'Chrehone m'Cahir, of 

same, Gerrot M'Gilpatrick, of Rossarde, kern, Efte duf m'GeiTOt 
M'Gilpatrick, of same, gunner, Teige in'Morish M ‘Robert, of 
same, Effe duf m'llorish M'Robert, of same[ ], Rob. m'Brene 
M'Epersone, of Tampleshanbogh, Dermot M'Epersone, of same, 
Peter m'Wm. M'James, of Tintobber, Teig m'Tho. M'Owen, of 
Ballintornon, Ouin m'Leishagh M'Owen, of same, Peter m'Wm. 
m'Donogh fin, of Clomnolliue, kern, Terrelagh m'Shane beddy, 
of Balliduff, Ouin in'Donill M'Ecusslie, of same, Borie 
M'Mahomide of Bally kynen, Peter m'Donogh M‘[ ], of same, 

and Maurice roe m'Donagh M'Donill, of same, gunners, Cahir 
m'Shane oge O Brin, of Kiltymvine, Moragh m'Art M'Moragh, 
of Moynart, kern, Ouin m' James Wonee. of Boggan, gunner, 
John M‘Keh[ ], of Ballinstrahe, Maurice M'Donill, of 
Kiltereagh, Cahir more O Brine, of Kiltymvyn, Redmund geire 
Mac Moragh, of Reilane, kern, Gerald roe M'Leishagh, of How 
mac shoniclc, gunner, Moragh Mac Donagh, of Kilcaroe, Arthur 
m'Wm. leigli, of Killahorlane, kern, Donagh tine M'Dermot, of 
Ballida, gunner, Rob. M'Eperson, of Tampleshanbogh, Tirvelagh 
m'Morogh m'Owen garrve, of Balle[ ], James M'Tirre- 
lagh, of same, More enyne Nicoll, of same, Moriertagh duf 
M'Donill, of Ballida, Moragh m'Edm. M'Gilpatrick, of Killahor- 
lare, Gerrat mac Edm. Mac Gilpatrick, of same, gunners, Callough 
m'Cahir owre mac Teige duf, of Moynallester, Donald m'Cahir 
owre m'Teige duf, of same, kern, Cahir m'Edmund oge, of Mon- 
nenefinoke, horseman, Teig M‘[ ], of Cloneganny, Donill 

duf M'Donagh, of Balligarne, Donill m'Beirs M'Edmund, of 
Ballincargene, Donill m'Moragh M'Dermot, of Boggan, Edm. 
m'Owen M'Effe, of same, kem, Edm. duff 0 Neile, of Clongane, 
gunner, Owin roe M'Elfe, of Killahorlane, Rob. O Coyne, of the 
Reyland, Donald ONolain, of Ballinvalle, kern, Dallogh 
M'Gilpatrick, of Clonelyem, husbandman, Teige Mac Gilpatrick, 
of same, kern, and Edm. ODoyrane, of Kilbeg, husbandman. 
Security as in 897, in co. Wexford. — 19 May, xxiv. 

39 05 (3318.) Pardon to Rich. Caddell, of the Nall, co. Meath, 
gent. — 20 May, xxiv. 

His “ offence was only Christopher Baith told liym that he was 
moved to go to Wm. Nugent, and Caddell disswaded hym from 
itt butt did not revele the speche and so in dandger of ooncele- 
ment.” 

39G6 (3319.) Pardon to Wm. Flemynge, of Stevmston, oo. Meatt, 
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same co., gentlemen. At the suit of sir L. Dillon. — 22 May*, 
xxiv. 

39 07 (3298.) Pardon to Eff ballagh m'Moriertagh leigh, of Cowle- 
nabwoy, co. Wexford, gent. Security as in 897. — 22 May, xxiv. 

3908 (3157.) Grant to Theobald Dyllon, of Kyllenwre, co. West- 
F.ngiish. meath, gent. ; of the office of chief and general seijeaut or bailiff 
arraunt of the province of Connaught and Thomond to execute all 
process and warrants directed to him ; also the office of general 
collector and receiver of the queen’s rents and revenues in the 
province. To hold during pleasure with the accustomed fees. — 

25 May, xxiv. 

39 09 (3293.) Pardon to James Nugent, of Leslogher, co. Westmeath, 
gent. — 26 May, xxiv. 

3910 (3331.) Pardon to Win. Morgan, knt.— 26 May, xxiv. 

3911 (5888.) Grant (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Chr. 
Fleming, attorney-general; of the wardship and marriage of 
Edmund Nugent, brother of Christopher, and heir male of Robert 
Nugent, late of Carolannston, co. Westmeath ; and custody of his 
lands. To hold during minority. Rent, £4, retaining £6 for 
maintenance of the minor. — 26 May, xxiv. 

3912 (3159.) Grant to Gerald Dyllon, of Ryverstowne, gent. ; of 
English, the goods and chattels real and personal of J ohn Sutton, late of 

of Oasteltowne, gent., attainted. Reciting that they were given 
to him by eoneordatum 25 Nov., 1581, he paying £40 to the 
late constable of Dublin in discharge of Sutton’s diet while im- 
prisoned awaiting trial. — 27 May, xxiv. 

3913 (3204.) Grant to Rich. Mompersone, one of the lord deputy’s 
English, gentlemen ushers : of the goods and chattels real and personal of 

Maurice Fitz Gerald, late of Osbertowne, gent., attainted. In 
consideration of the payment of £40 to the constable of the 
castle of Dublin in discharge of the diet of the said Maurice 
while in prison awaiting his trial. Recites that they had been pre- 
viously given him by eoneordatum of the deputy and council, 3 
March, 1581. — 27 May, xxiv. 

3914 (3268.) Pardon to Echn. 0 Reylie, of Kilnecrott, co. Cavan, 
gent., Mulmore 0 Reylie, of same, gent., Tirrelagh enyaren 
0 Reylie, Tyrrelagh gal't 0 Reylie, and Shane 0 Reylie, of same, 
horsemen, Cahire m'Shane oge O Reylie, Hugh niCialiire m'Shane 
oge 0 Reylie, of same, horseman, Shane gait m'Oahire 0 Reilye, 
Bryan m'Donell oge 0 Lynsie, Hugh m‘Douell oge 0 Lyncy, 
Teh' m'Donell oge 0 Lyncy, Shane m'Phelyme oge 0 Reylie, 
Tho duff 0 Lyncy, Owen m'Bryan 0 Lyncy, Hugh m'Phelyme 
oge 0 Reylie, and Tirrelagh m‘Tho. OReyffie, of same, horse- 
men. — 29 May, xxiv. 

3915 ("3274.) Pardon to Tho. Pluncket, of Killalon, co. Meath, 
gent Tho. M'Caffrey, Patr. M'Caffrey, Patr. 0 Gibney, Wm. 
lav James Pay, Rob. Paye, Hubert Faye, of the same, and Tlio. 
Nugent, of Deidro[ ]town,co. Westmeath, horsemen.— 29 May, xxiv. 

3916 (3287.) Pardon to James Pitz Gerald, of Doneda,co. Kildare, 
Gerald Fitz Gerald, Patr. Fitz Geraid, J ohn.. Fitz .Gerald, and 
Henry Fitz Gerald, of the same, gentlemen, Rich. Liclie, Terence 
Demsi, and Terence 0 Ferall, of Kildar, “ lioblar.”— 29 ' May, 
xxiv. 

3917 (3141-) Grant to Fergananym 0 Hanly, gent. ; of the office of 

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1582. Fiants.- — Elizabeth. 

hold during good behaviour. 'With power as in 2190.— 10 
June, xxiv. 

3918 (3218.) Lease (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Rich. 

English. Sheath, of Kilkenny, esquire; upon surrender; of the rectory 
of Bawneo'noglie or Bavnieougli alias Castledoghe, Disarte, 
Eilferauglie, and one messuage in Thomastown, co. Kilkenny, 
and the rectory of Enoreilin in the Birne’s country, possessions 
of the monastery of S. Augustin, near Bristoll, in England ; the 
rectories of Galmoy and Glassare, co. Kilkenny, possessions of 
the hospital of S. John of Jerusalem in Ireland. To hold for 21 
years. Bent £36 16s id. Provisions as in 2967. Fine ,£18. 
— 10 June, xxiv. 

3919 (5889.) Grant (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Ralph 
Norxviche, gent. ; of the wardship and marriage of Andrew 
Waringe, son and heir of .John Warringe, late of Novan, co. 
Meath, gent. ; and custody of his lands. To hold during 
minority. Bent 1 2d. To he increased by £7 on the death of 
Elizabeth Talbot the widow. Fine 12d.- — 23 June, xxiv, 

3920 (3230.) Pardon to Nieh. fitz Walter Enuse, of Oilglas, in 
Ossory, vestiarius, and Peter M‘Cody alias Archdeacon, of 
Kilmorie, co. Kilkenny, his servant. Security as in 897. — . 
26 June, xxiv. 

3921 (5891.) Grant (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Bade 
Norwiclie; of the wardship and marriage of Henry, son and 
heir of Henry Davels, late of Clonmulske, esq., and custody of his 
lands. To hold during minority. Bent 60s. Fine 5s. — 26 
June, xxiv. 

3922 (5892.) Grant (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Simon 
Bamevall, of Kilbrue ; of the wardship and marriage of Patrick, 
son and heir of Christopher Dowdall ; and custody of his lands. 
To hold during minority. Bent 20s., (on account of the number 
of jointures). Fine £42 4s. 8 d . — 26 June, xxiv. 

39 2 3 (3285.) Pardon to Win. m'Edmond oeg, of Oastleton, Wm. 
111 ‘Teig M‘Donyll, of Ballyhenny, and Donnogh gankeigli 
M'Dermot, of Tlynelienny, co. Cork, gentlemen, Philip fitz Wm. 
fitz Davye of Gibbons, of Ballynytra, Edm. oeg Power, of 
Kylmacnicliolas, David Fitz John, of Kildahally, John oeg 
m‘Sheane more, of Knockmoan, and Wm. Brenagk alias Walsh, 
of Kilmacnicliolas, gentlemen, Dcnel O Cortty, of said co., 
husbandman, and Tho. O Duolly,' of Ardmore, co. Waterford. 
Security as in 897, in co. Cork. At the suit of John Zowch.— 
4 July, xxiv. 

39 24 (3265.) Pardon to Donogh begge O Brien, and John O Grada 
son of Dionysius 0 Grada, knt., deceased. Security as in 897. 
At the suit of the hisliop of Meath.— 5 July, xxiv. 

39 25 (3180.) Livery (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Donogh 
O Brene, earl of Thomond, son and heir of Conor, late earl. 
Fine £100. — 6 July, xxiv. 

3926 (5894.) Grant (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to James 
Crofts, esq., and lady Margaret or Margery Willims, of Tame, 
his wife ; of the wardship and marriage of J ane, Anne, and 
Elicia, daughters of the late William Drury, knt., and custody of 
the lands. To hold during minority. Bent £30, and retaining 
£15 for maintenance of the minors. Fine 20s. The moiety of 
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£30, Ir. [6 Jnly, xxiv.] (See Auditor-General's Patent Book, 

3927 (3228!) Pardon to Maurice fitz Walter Fitz Gerald, of Glasely, 
co Kildare, gent. — 10 July, xxiv. 

39 28 (3283.) Pardon to Joan Eustace alias Joan Upperosson, 
widow, lady of Upper Ossery, Honora More (or Moor), o 
Burra«h CaMr 0 Birn, Owny Onivmsa, Jolm Cullon, Shan 
Onivirisa, Laghlen Onivirisa, Nich. Brenan, of Borrexs, yeoman 
T e m hoy 0 Neill, Wm. roo M'James, Mortagh roc. M Hugh 
tailor Shane heg 0 Folan alias Shane bedi, Tho Omadie, of 
Killenv Queen’s co., Maurice m'Eclm. Pitz Gerald, of Britton, 
Jo! U £hlare, gent., and Donogdi MWilliani, of BaUimoy, nr 
Upperosseri, gent. Security as in 897 — 10 July, mt. 
3929^(3286.) Pardon to Edw. Delahicle, gent., and John Beaghan. 

Security L in 897, in co. Meath.-10 July xxiv 
3330 (5496 ) Grant (under cpieen s letter, 11 June, lo82), to lha y 
3 M'S of Corcke, gent. ; of a pension of 18d sterling a day, 

3931* r (32 36 ) Pardon to Patr. Cusake, Boh. Cusake, liis brother, 
393 Hemy dLyn, of Wodlan, and Patr. Vessey.-lS July, xrov 
3Q39 (3271 ) Pardon to Ednr. White, of Billestowne, co. West- 
393 meath freeholder, Edw. ro Nugent, of Croddaneston, horseman, 
John Nugent, of Seurlockeston, yeoman, Oliver crossagli Nuger^, 
of Fardumeston, horseman, Brian Macgillegewyne, and Win. 
mac Tek Mac Coghelane, of same, kerns, Gerald Nugent fitz 
JamesM same, horseman, Wm. Dardese, of 
freeholder, Wm. Ledwyche, of Castelton e 2 

of Ballinvolline, husbandman, all m said co., Moliaghlme Mac 
MorrieXah of Movagher, co. Meatb, lmsb., Bedmimd Fitz 
Simons, of Browneston, co. Westmeath ’ *<>£“’ riv 
Faye, of Gleannedane, same co , freehoider.— 16 July. xx \, w 

393 !lSi “nwe|™ . co. G:U, ^-d William 
keogh O Hady, Dermo^ toy * m Sy« m'DoneU 

'».rf = = 

■ o h“S?; 

897, in co. Boscommon.— 17 July, xxiv. . , 

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1582. Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

gentlemen, Wm. boy fitz Edm. Drake, of Ballivevvoill, Christopher 
fitz Eclm. Drake, of same, Gerrott Drake, of Drakrath, Oliver 
fitz Edm. Drake, of Ballivevvoill, George fitz Henry Drake, of 
Drakerath, and Walter Drake, of same, gentlemen, Tirlagh 
m'Bren boy M'Gilleduf, Bren m'Tirlagh, kern, and James Cary, 
of Fratiston, cottier. Provided that if any of these persons be 
of the nation or sept of the 0 Connors, who were proclaimed 
traitors and rebels, the pardon be of no effect in favour of such. — 
19 July, xxiv. 

3986 (5734.) Pardon to Thomas Fitz Uerald alias Fitz William, of 
Newton, co. Dublin, gent., Dongh m’Mealsheghlayn Byrne, 
Hugh mac Mols'lieglilane Byrne, Caliir m'Molshaghlen Byrne, 
Dermot M'Dongh, Nich. Kyndelan, Edm. Boix, Donald beg 
0 Hoylenay, Wm. 0 Kenedy, Teig Mac Teig, Edm. Kelly, 
Bob. Hodd, Peter Waall, and Patrick Waale. Security as in 
897. Provision as in 3935. — 19 July xxiv. 

39 37 (3263.) Pardon to Tko. Freny, Walter Freny, Peirs Forstall 
fitz Edm., Wm. Daton, Edm, Daton, John Phelan, and Joanna 
Dobben, of Thomaston, co. Kilkenny. Security as in 897. — 
24 July, xxiv. 

3938 (3197.) Pai'don to George Tkorneton, captain of the queen’s 
ship Handmaide. — 25 July, xxiv. 

3939 (6326.) Patent in pursuance of the foregoing fiant. — At 
Dublin, 25 July, xxiv. 

39 40 (3221.) Lease (under commission, 15 J nly, xxii.) to Tho. Wye, 
English, gent. ; of the site of the friary of Tymolag, eo. Cork, a churchyard 
called Downe, on the east side of the house, and other 
appurtenances ; the site of the house of begging friars of Baity- 
more alias Iniskircan, with appurtenances, co. Cork. To hold 
for 21 years. Rent 50s. for Tymolagg, and 2Gs. Sri for Baity- 
more. Maintaining two English footmen. Not to alien without 
license. Fine 10s. — 26 July, xxiv. 

3941 (3258.) Pardon to Carbre O Birne, of the Dagan, gent., 
Tumoltoghe oge M'Dermot, of Oroghan, Donogh 0 Birne, of 
Kilmore, gent., Laughlen 0 Birne, of same, Oluse 0 Muleonre, 
of Clonclogan, John roo 0 Muleonre, of same, TJlton 0 Muleonre, 
of same, Gillernow kewg-h 0 Muleonre, of same, Connor Carragb, 
of the Carton, Ouin M'Caell, of Coulnehins, Ouin M’Kelly, of 
Anagle, Manus 0 Mulvyhill, of Kilmore, Donell Mac Tomultagh, 
of Curlogh, John oge M'Melaghlin, of Rue, Edm. Oney, of 
Knockneslcagh, Edm. M'Donogh, of Culnehius, Cormock 
M ‘Hubert, of same, Brian 0 Birne, of same, Ouin mac Teig 
M’Tiunoltagh, of Croghan, Cahill m'Connor og, of Toymna, Rory 
Kewgh m’Connoi- og, of same, and Margaret ny Gana, of Croghan. 
At sir N. Malbie’s suit. — 26 July, xxiv. 

39 42 (3266.) Pardon to Wm. Nelland, of Gloghannyboy, co. Clare, 
gent. At the bishop of Meath’s suit. — 28 July, xxiv. 

39 43 (3198.) Grant (under queen’s instructions, 3 April xxiv.) to 
J ohn 0 Grady alias Brady, of Tomgreny, co. Clare alias Thomond, 
gent., son and heir of Dionysius O Grady alias Brady, late of 
same, knt., and to Hugh Brady, of Donboyne, co. Meath, clerk : 
of the manors and lands of Tomgreny, Ballidwiff, Ballyminok, 
Aghrym Itlmaythy, Aughrymydowgin, Fossabeg, Fossamore, 
Tyronythry,Toare(oi’Coax-e),Rathyny,Ballymolvyn,Ballymanane, 
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}5g2 Hants. — Elizabeth. 

willybe», Killukwillymore, Knockeypreghane, Killoghkemdie 
(or Killogynedy), Seanboythcronayn, 0 Grady’s island alias plane 
I Grady, Kilsula, and Skarife, co. Clare ; a stone house on the 
city of Limerick called the archdeacon’s court with eight 
tenements adjoining, in the parish of S. Nicholas, the north part 
lying to the cemetery of S. Nicholas, the south to the lane called 
Tray Invollin alias the HiUshore and the west to the Back lane, 
in which house the said Dionysius 0 Grady, knt., died. . To hold 
to them and the heirs and assigns of Hugh for ever, m socage, 
by fealty. Rent, 10s., and rendering yearly two para of glares 
at the feast of All Saints. This is agreeable to the book sent by 
Mr. Attorney General of England.— 1 Aug., ipdv. Attached la 
a surrender by the grantees dated 26 July, xxiv. 

3944 (3275-) Pardon to Wm. Rowth, of “Wexford, merchant. — 

3 Aug. xxiv. , . c 

3945 (5586.) License to Terence Dempsy, gent. , for the purposed 
English, settling a jointure upon his wife, Mary Fitzgerald ; to alienate a 

portion of his lands of Kiimalaghin, Baleteigdough, Graiggehorur- 
ane Ballenowlert,Pnllaghballenowe, Garryriderallyas, and others, 
in the Queen’s and King’s cos. to J ohn Dongan, of Dublin, gent., 
and William Head, of Ballfeaghan, co. Meath, yeoman. To be 
held to her use for life. — 4 Aug., xxiv. ... 

994fi (3232 ) Pardon to Gerald mac Hue 0 Rely, of BaRemacalim, 
kern, Laughlen Anagkfcen, of Robenston co Westmeath, 
husbandman, Philip MWraddie, of Ballemacolhn Hugh idPhilip 
0 Rely of same, Redmund m'Philbok Lenell, of Gortemoll, 
kero Moriertagh 0 Donchow, of Ballemacallin, Coeonnagh 
O Donchow, of same, cottier, Brian m'Hue, of same, cottier, 
Patr. 0 Brenan, of Kilbride, stokagh, Dough M'Keiaghty, of 
Portlomman, cottier, and Edw. Dallamare, of Rahon, horseman. 
Provision as in 3935. — 4 Aug. xxiv. , „ , 

oq ah (3273 ) Pardon to Molmorry mac Edmond, of Rahyne, Queen s 
co Edm. m'Molmorry, of same, Hstian m‘Molmorry, and Marc 
m’Molmorry, of Rahyn, gentlemen, Tho. Barret, and Alexander 
Mac Brien, of same. Provision as in 3935. i Aug., xxiv. 

9949 (3282.) Pardon to Dermot Kevanagh m'Morogh baccagk, 
89 Nick Oomerford fits Peirs, Wm. fitz Nich Butler Patr. 

0 Drvnan, Walter Butler fitz Tho., Gerald fits James O Dowle, 
of Ballyne, co. Kilkenny, gent., John Butlendtz Rich., of Garrick, 
Rich. Butler fitz Nich., gent., John Olere, Wm. Mac Cody, Rich. 
Mao Codv Wm. Wale, Arthur m'Gerald Kevanagh, and Maurice 
mac Morogh Kevanagh. Security as in 897, in co. Kilkenny.— 

9949^(3280) Pardon to Laurence Walshe, of Moyvayle, co. Kil- 
89 ire gent, Arthur Lye, of Clonagh, Redmund Pettitt, of Kil- 
T, ’ f ohn Erymygham, of same, Gerrott fitz Rich. Brymygham, 
of ThomastonfEdm. duff 0 Parall of same David M'Moriertagli 
of Clonagh, James Keting fitz Edm, of Kilkaskyn, Dermot 
m ‘ 9 bane 0 Co^n, of Ballieadam, Donald Mac Monertagli, of 
“S Eos7e S mac DoneU M’Moriertagh of same, Nele M‘E y e, 
of same, Brian m'Rory O Donne, of Ballynestragh, Leynogli 
m’Rorv O Donne, Ealy m’Rory O Donne, Ovray ny Moloy, of 
same, Joanna ny Donne, of Barreyston Tirlagh m'Art 0 Donne, 
Tames Daly, of Ballynedronne, Teig Daly, of Baconston, John 
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1582. Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

Kepnegragy, and Maurice Dere, of Clonagh. Provision as in 
3935. — 9 Aug., xxiv. 

3950 (3281.) Pardon to Hugh boy M'Icallowgh, Tirlagh oge Mac 
Owen, Walter M‘a Callaugh, Teige oge M 'Teige, Wm. M'Geffray, 
Molronye M'Dermodie, Edm. M'Geffrey, Brian M'ny Rowe, 
Luas M'Neile, Mortagli Mac Neile, Caliir M'Melaglilyn, Phelym 
M'James, Margaret ny Costigin, Hugh boy O Glisshin, John 
m'Shane leigh, and Farre duff m'Shane leigh. Security as in 
897. — 10 Aug., xxiv. 

3951 (3192.) Livery (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Edmund 
Butler, lord of Mountgaret, son and heir of Richard, late lord. 
Fine £40. — 10 Aug., xxiv. 

3952 (3165.) Pardon to Henry Duke, of Castel Jordane, gent., Rich. 
Duke, of same, Tho. Quatermas, Simon Walshe, Win. m‘Rob. 
Bremigam, James Tyrrell, and Wm. carraghBermigam, horsemen, 
James M'Thomas, Rich. O Narye, Edm. O Mowlde, Walter 
OMowlde, MorroghOFarrell,Wm. OWhyleghane, Shane OBim, 
Conor O Clerye, Morroghe Ohlanid, Rich. O Dowgan, Rich. 
Gryffen, Teig O Doyne, Hugh bane O Henos, Mon-oghe O Melone, 
Edm. O Melone, Moylmor O Molawnoghe, Connor O Doyne, Red- 
mund Leynaghe, Donnogh O Trye, Shane M'Cumoghe, J ames 
O Fallon, Donnogh O Henos, Edm. O Henos, Donnogh O Gron- 
nell, Connor O Fallon, Wm. O Dooryn, Rory O Wheylane, Edm. 
Myskelye, Rich. m‘Gilpatrick O Dempsie, Rorye m'Morrogli 
O Dempsye, James Magawell, Hubert Magawell, and Hele 
m'Morrogli O Dempsye, kerns, dwelling in the county Meath. 
Security as in 897. Provision as in 393.5. — 12 Aug., xxiv. 

3953 (3200.) Lease (under commission, [15] July, xxii.) to Robert 

English. Harrison ; of three islands in the county Galway called Arren 

More, Inishmany, and Inishery, possessions of the religious 
houses of Fynibour, Anaghcoine, Kilseany, and Corcomroe. To 
hold for 21 years. Rent, £6. Main taming 20 English footmen. 
Provision as in 3207. Fine 20s. These were not previously 
in charge. — 13 Aug., xxiv. 

3954 (3262.) Pardon to Donald m'Moylrona O Carol], of Tulagh, 
Owin oge, of Culnegroar, Wm. m'Molrony O Caroll, of Tullagh, 
Molrony m‘Teig O Caroll, of same, Donald m'Teig O Caroll, 
Keyne m'Teig O Caroll, of same, Molaghlin O ICenighen, of 
Castelton, Hugh O Kenighan, of same, Donogh ne Kille, of 
Ballegan, Molaghlen M'Corurane, of Gurtynroben, John boy 
O Muneghane, of Fortill, Teig O Deane, of Birry, Owin m'Shane 
more, of Cowldery, Molrony m'Dongh oig, of same, Shane moyle 
M'Turlogh, of Ballenedoghy, Conill M'Lyshy, of Dromoyle, 
Donogh M'Turlogh, of Ballyncloghy, Edm. M'Lyshy, of Dromoyle, 
Derrnot M'Thomas, of the IGeshe, Rory M'Ecallowy, of Ballin- 
logh, Eedagli boy M ‘William, of Tumagli, Kynne boy m'Donogh 
roy, of same, Donogho m'Encullen M'Teig, of Korroghlont, 
James duff 0 Connell, of Gortevalle, ¥m. og O Conell, of same, 
Teig O Heynan, of Ballaghboy, Flane O Morice, of Monegeyn, 
Molrony O Morice, of same, John O Morice, of same, Moylrony 
m'Wm. O Caroll, of Fencry, Turlogh m'Teig leigh, of Kenyghan, 
Edm. mao Teige leigh, of same, Teig oure m'Teig leigh, of same, 
Teig og m'Teig M'Shane, of Quillenonawan, Donogho O Boghan, 
of Clonemoghan, Owney m'Shane M'Teig, of Balledonogh, 
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1582. Flants. — Elizabeth. 

m'Donogh more, of Kilnenowan, Gilieduf M'Donogh, of same, 

U m , riogh 0 Deane, of Dirrv, John glas, of Lyshm, Wm. 
m'Donogh M'Key, of Culnegrew, Wm. duf, of same, Donald 
Droo-li, of Krey, Wm. 0 Dolcliyn, of Fortill, Donald 0 Banan, 
of the Knock, Donogh 0 Banan, of same, Hugh m'Morogh 
O Kenedy, of Ballicrok, and John m'Morogh, of same. Provided 
they submit themselves before the lieutenant of the torts ol 
Lex and Offaly. Provision as in 3935. — 14 Aug., xxiv. 

3955 (3210.) Lease (under commission, 15 July,- xxu.) to John 
English. Allen, of S. Wulstans, eo. Kildare, esq. ; of the tithes of Bull, 
Hartwell, Alesty, Artoreston, and Ballibroge, par-cel of the 
rectory of Kill, co. Kildare, parcel of the possessions of the 
monastery of S; Thomas the martyr, near Dublin. To hold lor 
21 years. Bent, £14 13s., part in corn. Provisions as m 
2967. Fine £5.-18 Aug., xxiv. .. „ 

3956 (3181.) Livery (under commission, 15 July, xxu.) to Patr. 

WMttey/of Balmacusken, co. Wexford, son and heir of Patr. 
Whittey late of the same. Fine £10. “ He hath intruded two 

years; wherein your- lordship is to have consideration in laying 
down his fine.”— 20 Aug., xxiv. . ,, Tr .„ 

3957 (3183.) Livery to Brian Brian, of Wkitwall, eo. Kilkenny, 
son and heir of Lewis Briane, late of same. Fme £10. 

3959° (3248 . ) Pardon to Walter Betaghe fitz James, of Bathdrom- 
mogh, co. Meath, gent., Hugh m'Shane 0 Kelye, of Maghemone^ 
and Thady M'Brene, of Corraghton, same co J ^owe'nen, Phelim 
M'Shane, of Droneschell, Tlio. m'Donagh M Bren, late of Mine, 
Fersie m'Shane hole M'Bren, of Feaghe, Ouen M'Bren, of Hev- 
castell, Tirlaghe m'Shane M'Bren, of same; Wm. duffe 
M'Shaffrie, of Feaghe, Edm. pome ^Jonghe, /'i^kJ’rho 
Edm. galte M'Dun, of same, Bowry ^ of Baheske, Tho. 
duffe M'Bren, of Baurie, Patr. m'Ardille M Bi en, of Hea - 
castell, and Patr. M'Gergane, of Moiholge, m said co., kerns. 
Security as in 897: Provision as in 3935.— 21 Aug., xxiv 
39 59 (3278.) Pardon to James Myaghe alias James mKead g 
* OMore George 0 More, his son, Oonlan m'laseO More One 
m'Shane 0 More, Shane m'Boss m'One duf 0 More, Murta-gli 
m'Gilpatriek 0 More, Daniel m'Gilpatnck O More p erce duf 
Al‘Faiio-litne Anne Eustace fitz J ames, Terrelagli m Em 0 ^el y, 
BraseU m“irr O Kelly, Gerald m'Brian 0 Kelly, Bna m®. 

O Kelly, Edm. m'Donell 0 Lalor, Darnel m'Shmie OLal 01 > 
Daniel moile m'Wm. M'Morcho, Shane M'Craghe Neile m Edm. 

O Mor Ciel oner 0 Lalor, Heile duf 0 Kelly, Neile m'Dunghe 
O Kellv Brian m'Wm. m'Ferr 0 Kelly, Ouen m Bory roo, 
TeSh m'Eorie roo, Morcho duf 0 Naghtin Edm. Eustace 
fitz Water Wm. 0 Divie, Morcho more M Donell, Dormit 
reouglie m'Terrelaugh M'Shane, of Olonmolaghlm, Terrelagli oge 
m'Terrelagh M'Shane, of same, Donagli anticla m Donogh 
M'Evov David M'Teig, of Olonmolaghlm, Lisagh M William, 
LisaIh 7 k“o7same, Terrelagh m'Shane MjArt, of same 
Thady nahrosnie m'William dnf, of same, Wm m'Donell 
M'DiLatrieke of same, Murtagh duf m'Teige M Gdpatiick, of 
m'Ferduf M'Evofe Geoffrey -‘Ferdnf M'^oye 
Terrelaughe m'Donell 0 Kelly, David m'Donell OKe ly, PM p 
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1582. Fiants — Elizabeth. 

m'Terrelagk 0 Kelly, Alui'tagk m'Malaghlin O Dorane, Caher 
m‘Malaglilin 0 Dorane, Honory ny ICeadaghe 0 More, Morirtagli 
duf nfiSkane M‘Keadagh, Conlan m'Morirtagh M'Lisaghe, Patr. 
m ‘Shane 0 Dorane, One m‘Boss M‘Neile, Patr. m‘Pir 0 Dorane, 
Geffre m'Teige duf, Dormit reoughe m‘Teige cluf, Edm. fine 
m‘Dermot OKronane, Murtagh m‘Fir clorcho, Eoss M'Neile, 
Terrelagli M‘Neile, Edm. 0 Molloy, Caber O Molloy, Edm. 
m'Teige M'Karall, Sliane oge m'Sliane O Lalor, Patr. m‘Donell 
0 Lalor, Perce too Wale, Shane ouer, Feilim m‘ Brian m'Shane 
moile, Robert boye Selenger, Wm. more m'Donell M'Teige, 
Murtagh duf M‘Evoy, Edm. bege M‘Evoy, Dave or David 
0 Dorane, Lisagh m'Morirtagh oge, Dormit ouer m'Rory 
0 Henese, Dormit m'Teige ballaugh O Lalor, Edm. m'Shane 
O Lalor, Neile m'Lise O More, Thady m‘Neile rn'Lise, David 
m'Gilpatrick O Lalor, David kiough O Kelly and Thady m‘Davy 
0 Kelly. Provision as in 3935. — 22 Aug., xxiv. 

39 60 (3279.) Pardon to Francis Lovell, of Knocktofer, co. Kil- 
kenny, esq., sheriff of that county, Patr. Sliortall, of Ballyvonte, 
gent-., sub-sheriff, James fitz Wm. Purcell, John glasse Purcell, 
Robnet Purcell, Philip Purcell, Peter Shortall m'Shane, Leonard 
Freny, Tho. Purcell fitz Tho., Rob. Purcell m'Philip, Philip 
Purcell m‘PMlip m'Geffry, Rich. Purcell m'Peirs, Rich. Purcell 
m‘Wm.,Wm. M'Phelym, Janies Butler m‘Shame m‘Edm. ,and Farr 
0 Trenail m‘Gerot, kerns, Edm. beg 0 Kenedy, John 0 Magher, 
and Wm. M'Theobald, grooms, John Butler fitz James, Peter 
Daton fitz Walter, Janies Daton, his brother, Peter OHedyne, 
kern, Walter Grace, Rich. Shortall fitz John, Tho. O Magher ne 
ferony, Edm. Prendirgast, kern, Rich. Walshe fitz Wm., Rich, roe 
Brenagh, Wm. 0 Dowell, Edm. Cantwell, Oliver Freny, kern, 
Gilbert 0 Hiu-ing, and John Fitz Derby, yeomen, Bob. Goer, 
Lisagh m‘ Andrew 0 Laghlen, John m‘ Oliver Brenagh, kern, 
Nidi. Howling, yeoman, Donogh ODowill, Teig 0 Dowill, kern, 
Tho. Purcell fitz Theobald, Rich. Quemerford, of Donenmore, 
Henry Quemerford, Nidi, Quemerford, and John Swetman, 
horsemen, Edm. Purcell, Patr. Purcell, kern, Rich. 0 Faroll, and 
Melaghlin Fadd, yeomen, Rich. Butler fitz Nieh., Oliver Fanyng, 
Rich. 0 Gromagan, James Hanreghan, andNich. Cushin, yeomen, 
Rich. Shortall fitz Rob., Conoghor Carragh, Peter 0 Magher, 
John beg 0 Fellan, Edm. O Fline, yeoman, Tlio. Purcell fitz Rob., 
Walter Daton fitz Rich., kern, Rich. O Morchow, yeoman, John 
0 Kenedy, Nich. Croke, James Croke, Tho. Croke, Geoffrey 
Graunt, of Ballitarsney, David M'Edmuncl, of Lismacteig, John 
Grace, of Aviller, horseman, John 0 Kelly, Tiiiagh O Kelly, 
Donald 0 Brian, David 0 Hurley, Maurice O Hurley, Edmund 
og, of Loudon, Conoghor 0 Hurley, David O Curren, Olivei 
Brenagh, of Knoekmoylan, Walter Daton fitz Edm., of Gracknon, 
Patr. beg Quemerford, kern, Walter fitz Edm. Butler, and Petei 
Butler fitz Edm., horsemen, Philip Galtagli, groom, Tho. Deane, 
of Grenan, horseman, Philip Walshe, of Keppaghwhinch, and 
Brian M'Cahir, kern. — 22 Aug., xxiv. 

3961 (3178.) Pardon to Walter M'Edmond, Dorytie O Toole, his 
wife, Denagk M'Neyle, Tyrlagli M‘Donogli, Brene M'Brene, 
Wm. Canford, Mortagh reagh, Cormock bane, Hugh boy 
M'Breue, Dermot 0 Bolkyre, Douyll ro, Hugh bane, Brene 
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M‘Geralcl, James Harold, Gerald JDEobart, and Art M‘Phelmi. 
Security as in 897, in counties of Wyclow, i ernes, and Diiblm. 
Provision as in 3935. At suit of Pheaglie m‘Hue.— [2?]3 Au 0 ., 

9962^3231.) Pardon to Terence 0 Dempsie, Phelim nPLisa^ie, 
Lisaglie 0 Dempsie, Murtagh m'Dermot 0 Dempsie, Edw Fitz 
Gerald, Lisagh MMurtaghe, Lisaglie M’Bviane, Mm. m James 
boie, Brien m‘ James boie, Teige 0 Dowlen, Wm. mTeige 
O Dowlen, Edm. O Dowlen, Bielim M‘Gerrat Murtagi 
M'Gilpatrick, Daniel oge MGilpatnek, Edm. can-ogk ODempa , 
Murtagh rlieoghe, Murtagh m‘Donogk M'Shane, Malagkkn 
m'Donogk M‘Shane, Ouen m'Donogh M Shane Thady 
TVDMurtagk, Shane Ecalle M'Gilpatnck, Thady M Carroll, 
Edm . O telly, Thady 0 Kelly, Donagh H‘Rory, Ouen m Donogh 
Dodin Morice M ‘Donogh, Tho. more 0 Lurkan, Edm. m Donogh 
M'Bri'an, Shane M‘Eir, Daniel duf M‘Rory, Daniel mode 
0 Kelly, Daniel 0 Kona, Mahown bane M'Kdconuock, David 
O Kellie, John Eitz Williams, and Rorie OHerrye. Provision 
as in 3935. At the suit of Wm. Collier. — 23 Aug., xxiv- 
39 63 (3234.) Pardon to James Wesley, of Eldar, James Bmrk, of 
39 same Rich. Doyn, of Kilcock, Wm. Beaghan, of Tully, PMim 
O Rely of Eyna, Edm. OHely alias boy O Hely, of Baldolan, 
Rich, mao Meyler Branagh, of same, Nick Ketmg, of Mylton, 
Tohu Mac Cartan, of Kilcock, John Naghten, of Rathangan, 
Walter Brenagh , of Kildax, James Hussey of the Much Ardans, 
Brian 0 Manchan, Brian M‘Oabe, Tir lagh Magwyre, and Rob. 
BurnelL Provisions as in 393o.— 23 Aug., xxiv. 

9964 (3270 ) Pardon to Oliver Wogan, of Downings, co. Kildaie, 
3 aent Gerald Wogan, James Wogan, Edw. Wogan, Laurence 

Wogan, Rob. Wogan, and Christopher Wogan, sonsof saidOhver , 
and Tho. 0 Manyne. Provision as m 3935.-23 Aug., xxiv. 

9965 (6305) Patent of pardon to John Chattel-ton of Dublin, 
89 «ent for the homicide of Donyll 0 Quynegan, ofSygenstonm 

self defence ; on the certificate of the sovereign and others of the 

3 iitey ividow ; of the wardship and marriage of Edward son 
and heir of William Apslie, late of Any, co. Limenck gent. ,and 
custody of his lands. To hold durmg minority. Rent, 4f(. im 

39 6 7 ° S m 94 ) A GranT(under queen’s letter, 22 April, xvi) to Cal- 

396 L‘i o u , A b-., ^ » £ esSs*. 

Cragh, widow m the P“ x ® h ' north next t]ie , church of S. 

oTavefn me *d sTreet, parcel of the possessions of the abbey of 
B V M bv Dublin. To hold for ever, m free socage Rent 
t B Rldtes tL good service of Rory 0 More to Edw. VI., and 

396°8 $20?)' Mase^^iiionTfs eaid 

39 bo ^ua.; xjvv* '\ .. f o riarsonage of Kilteigliane and 

EnEl “ h ' kndTKepdom^n and’ Sleboiim belonging to it, possessions of 

KeabbV in England; 

and KRlcXIm belonging to the parsonage of Knocktoffer, with 
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geraghe co Kilkenny, the rectory of Hobelston, Derhinhinch 
ancl Kdtorkan the rectory of Kilmoyenie, co. Kilkenny, the 
tithes of com of Tollanghaughe, same co., two parts of the rectory 
and tithes of Baillaugh, same co., two parts of the tithes of the 
rectory of White Church, same co., which extend to White- 
church, Ramor, and Malardeston, the tithes of the rectory of 
Erlestone and Owenestone, co. Kilkenny, the tithes of* the 
rectory of Ardkilly, two parts of the tithes of the rectory of 
Drumm'venan, co. Tipperary, the tithes of the rectory of Gaine- 
geboen, same co., two parts of the rectory of Barnale, same co 
™ e tithes of the rectories of Feynom, same co., Kilkirley and 
Ballearde, co. Wexford, and Beyle, same county, two parts of the 
tithes of the rectory of Kelleston, co. Carlow, the tithes of the 
rectones of Kilknady, co. Kilkenny, the tithes of the rectory of 
ltillrie collected in Great Shotaleston, Dengin, Grove, Dona- 
magen, and Kilrie, possessions of the monastery of Kelles ; the 
tithes of the rectory of J eripounte, Ballilinche, and Ballknoo 
Woulgraunge, Graimgelegan, Blackrath, the town of Downhill' 
the grange of Kilrie, Grangeclorane and Garan, the grange of 
Mockbowne alias Ratlilm, and the altarages of them, the rectory 
ofRowre, and the portion of tithes of the Great Burgadge co 
Kilkenny, possessions of the abbey of the B.V.M. of Jeriponte 
To ll °W for 21 years. Kent, £165 14s.— 24 Aug., xxiv. 

3969 (3220.) Lease (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Edmund 
English. Spenser, gent . ; of the site of the house of friars called the New 
Abbey, co. Kildare, with appurtenances ; also an old waste town 
adjoining, and its appurtenances, in the queen’s disposition by the 
rebellion of James Eustace. To hold for 21 years. Rent' £3 
Provisions as in 2954.-24 Aug., xxiv. : 

39 70 (3222.) Lease- (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Bryan 
English. M Dermote, gent . ; of the site of the house of friars of Clonshan- 
moill, co. Roscommon, with appurtenances. To hold for 21 

years. Rent, 9s. id. Provisions as in 2968. Fine 20s 24 

Aug., xxiv. 

3971 (3226.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 30 June, xxiv.) to Eady 
Engl.*. Burne, of Cloghran, co. Dublin ; of the castle and lands of Castel- 
ton,_ co. Kildare, parcel of the possessions of David Sutton, 
attainted. To hold for 30 years. Rent, £10. Maintaining one 
English horseman. He shall not alien without license except to 
one of English nation or dwelling in the Pale, and shall not 
charge coyne. — 24 Aug., xxiv. 

39 72 (3253 ) Pardon to Tho. Lee, of Castelmarten, co. Kildare, 
gent. Elizabeth Peppard, his wife, Anthony Peppard, of Glas- 
carnck, eo^ Wexford, gent., Mew Kavanagh, his wife, Rob. 
Caddell, of Surclwalston, Rob. Prowtfot, of Proutfoteston, 
Maurice FitzGerald, of Glasthelly, gent., Tirlagh M’Fergenanyn, 
of Kilmagarvok, Philip Maysh, of Federt, Hugh carragh, of 
imaile, Christopher Eustace fitz Rob., Elizabeth Eustace fits 
Rowland, Henry Walshe, horseman, David Eustace fitz Nicholas, 
Edm. Wesley fitz Gerald, John Helly, of Tymocho, Rich; 
Eustace, of Waleston, Rowry O Killen, of Sword walston, John 
M Owen of same, Donoghboy, of Walsheston, Rich. Mac Gerald, 
of Castelmartyn, John Olynch, of Donekerney, Mollaghlin 
of Tibberkeven, Elizabeth Lenan, Edm. Kavanagh 
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Wall, of Castelmarten, Maurice m'Tho. 0 Teig, of Culrano, John 
Wale, Geoffrey Leanaeb, Doren nyvorchane, Tho. Leanach, 
Walter Albenagh, and James Rogers. Provision as in 3935. — 
24 Aug., xxiv. 

3973 (3272.) Pardon to Nich. Walker, Redmund Keting, John 
M'Robert, Edm. M'Robert, Donogh Kynselagh, James Reough, 
piper, Geoffrey Keting, Ferdorogh Keting, Teig m'Firgenanyin 
m'Shane gait, Patr. M'Firgenanym, Tirlagh M'Firgenanyin, 
John 0 Ryan, Teig M ‘Donogh, Oliver Keting, Onie ny Morierte, 
Edm. Keting, James Keting, Peter Keting, Rob. Keting, 
Maurice Keting, Gerot Keting, Donogh Mac Orven, Elenora ny 
Ony, Mary Ketinge, Patr. M'Owen, Tirrelagli roe, Donald 
m'Tibbot M'Vadick, Tirlagh m'Eny MWadock, Kriffyn m'Eny 
MWadock, Rich. m'Owen O Brinan, Donald m'Owen 0 Brinane, 
Henry Hearne, Wm. Harpoll, Tho. Harpoll, John Grace, Wm. 
Howling, and Edm. Daton. Provision as in 3935. At the suit 
of Rob. Hartpoole. — 24 Aug., xxiv. 

39 74 (5732.) Pardon to David Barry, of Buttevant, co. Cork, esq., 
Wm. Barri, alias Barry Roe, of Timolegg, John Barry, of Insh- 
nevacky, and Callaghan m'Owen I Challaghan, of Dromdony, 
gentlemen, Dermot m'Owen I Challaghan, of the same, Art 
m'Donnell I Kiese (jw. recte Kiefe), of Castlelihan, Conchor 
m'Arte oge I Kiese, of the same, Rich, fitz David oge, of Rath- 
enuskey, Tho. fitz David oge Barry, of same, David m'Shane 
m‘Da Barry, of same, Rich. m'Shane M'Shiames, of Polchieny 
Rob. Magner, of Magners Oastleton, Fineny m'Arte I Chiefe, of 
Donbolge, Wm. Stanton alias M'lvile, of Lotaghe, James fitz 
Gerrot Fitz Richard, of Dongomie, David fitz Gerrot Fitz Richard, 
Philip fitz Gerrot Fitz Richard, and Wm. fitz Tho. Fitz Nichols, 
of the same, James fitz Edm. fitz John Barry, of Barries Courte, 
Wm. fitz John Hodnet, of Ballevodoile, John oge Hodnett, of 
same, James fitz Wm. Prendergase, priest, Morrice Dradie, priest, 
Nich. fitz James Barrie alias M'James, of Broheny, Edm. Barry 
alias M'Robeson, of Balleclohey, Oonchor m'Lughe I Kiese, of 
Castlelihane, Wm. m'Shane lieghe, of Barries Courte, Wm. 
genaghe M'Oottir, of the same, James fitz Gerrot fitz Pers 
M'Cottier, of the same, John m'Da M'Shanes, of Ballemechony, 
Caliell M'Finen, of Dongbolge, Teige 0 Coroban, of Castleliane, 
James m'Wm. oge Butler, of Tollaghe, Henry 0 Neale, Rich. 
rn'Edm. m'Shane Barry, of Barries Corte, Conchor moell 
M'Mahowny, Donogh m'Owen oge, Conchor Swilewan, of Castle- 
lihan, priest, Gerald bwy Barry, of Ballynecort, Rich, fitz Tho. 
Fitz Nicholas of Barries Courte, Cormocke m'Donnell vio Thohell 
I Daly, of BaHinurisky, Edm. m'Shane oge vie Cottier, of 
Rynemyen, Menes m'Knohor vie Donohe I Kieffe, of Balli- 
glassan, Arte m'Knohor I Kiffe, of the same, Gerald fitz Richard 
Barry alias Gerald Kiese, of Ballyvaice vie Shane, Edm. fitz 
Rich. Barry, of the same, James fitz Rich, vie Shane Barry, of 
the same, Wm. rowe m'Rich. vie Shane Barry, of the same, 
Donill m'Shane vie Mlacklin, of Kilone, Allise M'Morrghy, of 
Kylone, John 0 Hickey, of Ardine, Conoghor m'Bryan I Dally, 
of Rathinusky, Wm. m'Breyn I Dally, of the same, Philip ne 
hawey, of Barries Courte, Richard m'Shane mealle Barry, of 
Rathinusky, Wm. m'Shane meall Barry, of the same, Dermot 
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the same, Tho. ne Da oge, of the same, Wm. m'Pliillip Roche 
of the same, David m'Pliillip Roche, of the same, Monica fitz 
William, of the same, Dermot Ecarryn, of the same, Thady 
m'Shane E[ ]lery, of Rathinuskie, Thady m ‘Shane I Dally, of 
the same, David Fitz Morrice, of Sriiffane, Donogh m'Donell vie 
Tohell I Dally, of Balinvrisky, Thoell m‘Donell vie Thoell I 
Dally, of the same, and Philip Mantace, son of the treasurer of 
Barries Couite. Security as in 897. — 24 Aug., xxiv. 

3975 (3154.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 14 July, 1582.) to Adam, 
archbishop of Dublin and lord chancellor, and Henry Wallop, 
tut., treasurer at wars ; of the office of justices and governors of 
Ireland in the absence of the deputy. To hold during pleasure, 
with the accustomed fees. See No. 4084. — 25 Aug., xxiv. 

3976 (3152.) Grant to Walter Harold, gent. ; of the office of second 
engrosser of the Exchequer. To hold during good behaviour 
with a fee of £9 6s. 8tL, and such other fees as Tho. Lewes had. 
— 25 Aug., xxiv. 

3977 (3156.) Grant to Nich. Dawtrye, esq. ; of the office of senes- 
Eigiish. chal of the whole country called Clandeboie, with the Diffrene 

and Kilultough, in the province of Ulster. To hold during plea- 
sure, with power to assemble the inhabitants, and command them 
for defence of the country and suppression of rebels ; to punish 
by martial law malefactors not having £10 chattels or 40s. a 
year in land ; to withstand and punish by all ways notorious 
rebels and malefactors and those who assist them ; to raise the 
subjects there for the queen’s service ; to commit to prison any 
offender of whatever estate, certifying the cause to the council 
within 7 days ; to pari with traitors and grant safe conducts for 
that purpose, and do all things as fully as any previous seneschal 
of the country. — 25 Aug., xxiv. 

3978 (3179.) Livery to James Porlong, of Horeton, co. Wexford, 
gent., son and heir of William, son and heir of John Porlong, 
late of the same. Pine £26 13s. 4c?. — 25 Aug., xxiv. 

39 79 (3186.) Livery to Florence M'Gilpatricke, lord of Upper 
Ossorie, brother and heir of Barnard FitzPatricke, knt., late 
lord. Fine £10. — 25 Aug., xxiv. 

39 80 (3199.) Lease (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to John 
English. Forster, of Dublin, alderman ; of the rectorial tithes of corn 
and liay of the parish of Rathregane, co. Meath, parcel of the 
possessions of S. Peters near Tryme : also a house on the Wood 
key of Dublin, parcel of the rectory of S. Olave’s alias S. Tul- 
lock s, parcel of the monastery of S. Augustin in England, 
bounded on the west by S. Mary Abbey lands, on the east by 
Shillingfordes land, on the south to the Skai-let lane, and on the 
north to the key. To hold for 21 years. Rent, £11 13s. 4 d., 
part in com. On surrender of his existing interest. Fine 
£11 13s. 4 d . — 25 Aug., xxiv. 

3981 (3213.) Lease (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Rysse 
English, ap Hughe, gent. ; of the tithes of Castleringe, Knoeksmill, the 
Graunge near Allerdeston, and of the Graunge by tbe Milton, 
co. Louth ' the spiritual possessions of the abbey of Knocke, co. 
Loutb. To hold for 21 years. Rent, £7, (but no rent for first 
four years). Not to alien, without license, except to English.— 
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39 82 (3219.) Lease (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Ohris- 

Engiiah. toplier Sheathe, of Dublin, mercliant ; of the rectory of Power- 
stone, co. Kilkenny, parcel of tlie possessions of the preceptory 
of Killerge. To hold for 21 years. Rent, 30s. 8 d. Hot to 
alien except to English by both parents. Fine £6. — 25 Aug., 
xxiv. 

3983 (3163.) Pardon to Hugh Bradie, bishop of Meath, John 
Garvey, dean of Christ Church, Dublin, Rob. Draper, clerk, 
John Ball, and John Dongan, of Dublin, gentlemen ; for offences 
against the statute of pnemunire or other statutes, and all other 
offences. — 25 Aug., xxiv. 

3984 (3246.) Pardon to John Bourk, esq., son of Richard, latu earl 
of Clanriccard. — 25 Aug., xxiv. 

3985 (5736.) Pardon to TTlick Bourke, esq., son of Richard, late 
earl of Clanriccard. — 25 Aug., xxiv. 

39 86 (6325.) Patent of pardon to Wm. Bowen, gent.., provost 
marshal in the province of Leinster, David Hetherington, gent,, 
George Hetherington, his brother, George Hetherington, senior, 
soldier, Walter Jacob, Eihn. Eustace, of Bolibeg, John Tallon, 
of Rasallagh, farmer, Ellenor Ketinge, his wife, Gerald Affay, 
horseman, Edm. Affay, of Cotlanston, Patr. Affay, footman, 
Patr. M'Ardil, yeoman, Gerald Fitz Thomas, of Came, farmer, 
and J ames Fitz Thomas, his brother, Mortah m c Hugh carragh, 
of Henreston, Anne Tallon, of the same, Ismay Tallon, of the 
same, Rich. Tallon, of the same, Dermoi Kelly, footboy, Patr. 
Andrene, of Balliadams, soldier, Owen 0 Broghan, Tirlagh 
M'Fir, horseman, Gavan Creake, of Kilmaston, Randolf Main- 
waring, of Tobber, Philip Harreson, soldier, and Carroll Tallon. 
Security as in 897. Provision as in 3035. — At Dublin. 
25 Aug., xxiv. 

39 87 (6236.) Surrender by Edw. Waterhous, of Dublin, escp ; of 
the country or territory of Aunaghmore, co. Clare, and the manors 
and lands as in the following grant, (but Erenagh is here written 
Grenagh.) — Dated 25 Aug., xxiv. 

39 88 (3196.) Grant (under queen’s instructions, 3 April, xxiv.) to 
Edward W aterhous, of Dublin, esq. ; of the country or territory 
of Annaghmore, co. Clare, the lands of Nadenora, Quolesteig, 
Downassa, Kilsenan, and Han Iregan, two parts of a quarter of 
land called Camollan, half a quarter in Erenagh at Fissliers field, 
half a quarter in Erenagh called Gorteforrekill, a castle called 
Rein, with a third of half a quarter of land, and a fourth part of 
half a quarter in Hetworyny, in said country. To hold for ever, 
in socage, by fealty only, rendering to the deputy one pair of 
gloves whenever he shall come to the castle of Donasy in said 
county. Recites surrender preceding. “ This is according to 
Mr. Attorney of England’s book.” — 26 Aug., xxiv. 

39 89 (3235.) Pardon to Ferdorcho 0 Kelly, of Aghrym, co. Galway, 
gent., Donogho M'Keougho, Daniel M‘Glyn, Tho. M'Glyn, 
Daniel M'Jonyn, Brian M'Glyn, Mellagklyn more, of Clogh- 
gella, Wm. grana M’Collo, of Clonbigyn, and Daniel M'Conyl, 
kern. Seonrity as in 897, in eo. Galway. — 26 Aug., xxiv. 

3990 (3241.) Pardon to Tho. Fitz Williams, of Merion, knt., and 
Rich. Fitz William, his son and heir.— 26 Aug., xxiv. 

3991 (3242.) Pardo a to John Walshe, of Sheanganaghe, Rob. 
Barnewall, of Sheankill, Theobald Walshe, of Killenekarge, 

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1582. Fiaxts. — Elizabeth. 

Morghe 0 Bvrne, of Killog, Oliver Walsh, of Meryong, Henry 
Walsh, of Arcloo, Edm. Aspoll, of Glassenamuiekye, Wm. 
Aspoll, of same, Tirlagh Aspoll, of same, Wm. O Cullon, of 
Tigony, Sheane O Cullon, of Krewough, and Edm. Walshe, of 
Ballyvan, co. Dublin, gentlemen. Security as in 897. Pro- 
vision as in 3935. At the suit of sir Tlio. FitzWillam. — 

26 Aug., xxiv. 

39 92 (3245.) Pardon to Patr. Furlong, John Furlong, kern, John 
Stafford, of the Ilande, clerk, Philip carraugh Rock, horseman, 
Adam. Hod, of Banno, clerk, Patr. Rock titz Rob., horseman, 
Theobald Roche, John Roche fitz Rob., Edm. Roclr fitz Jolm, 
Edm. Roch fitz Rob., Donogh m'Morisli more 0 Mono, kern, 
Arthur Fitz Henry, Nick. Fitz Hemy, Rob. carragh Roche, 
horseman, and Edm. Roch, kern. Provision as in 3935. — 
26 Aug., xxiv. 

39 93 (3250.) Pardon to John Mlawny, of Karrigk Inedy, eo. Cork, 
and Teig Mlawny, his son. Security as in 897. — 26 Aug., 
xxiv. 

39 94 (3252.) Pardon to Edw. Ashe, of Nasse, Rich. Eustace, of 
Little Bulley, gent., Katherine Fitz Gerrald, of Robertston, 

■ -widow, Fatr. 0 Byme, of Newland, and Ferdoragh 0 Nolan, of 
Harristone, husbandmen, Margaret Nilence, of Balmaskullok, 
Arlonder Grace, of Harristone, freeholder, Johanna Ashpold, of 
Newton, widow, and Elizabeth Byrn, her daughter. Security as 
in 897, in co. Kildare. Provision as in 3935. — 26 Aug., xxiv. 

39 95 (3254.) Pardon to Edm. 0 Byrne, of Tullagkferys, co. Dublin, 
gent., Donogh m‘Edm. 0 Byrne, of same, gent., Gerald Boo, of 
same, horseboy, Edm. 0 Morogh, of Hollywood, Chr. Eustace, of 
same, and John Morriske, of same, yeomen, Donogh M‘Gil- 
patrick, Shane 0 Shee, Patr. M‘Teige, Shane 0 Quane, and 
Dermot M'Maoge, of the same, husbandmen, Molagklyn Bane, 
of same, horseboy, Wm. O Nowan, of same, hush., Wm. 
M'Robart, of same, cottier, Mortagh 0 Morye, of same, Gil- 
patrick M'Oormock, of Russelston, Donyll duft' JYFDoole, Giller- 
nowe 0 Rushe, Dermot 0 Rushe, of the same, husbandmen, 
Horloghe ne peke, of same, spinster, Mortagh M'Gilpatrick, and 
Donogh bedy 0 Murrye, of same, cottiers, Mayny 0 Rowerk, of 
same, husbandman, Elicia nyne Enron, of same, spinster, Edm. 
O Roreke, of same, cablert, Murtagh gare Keghow, of same, 
cottier, Philip M'Dallow, of same, kusb., Donogh O Kennaw, of 
Rasallagh, husb., Connor 0 Kennaw, of same, cablert, Murtagh 
O Kennaw, of same, hush., Maghe 0 Kahane, of same, cottier, 
Hugh 0 Kahane, of same, cottier, Shane riagke Tallon, of same, 
gent., Bleonox-a Keting, his wife, Charles Tallon, of same, gent., 
Elizabeth ny Conockor, his wife, Wm. Branagh, of same, husb., 
Gilpatrick 0 Ryane, of Hollywood, husb., Shane duff 0 Moillal- 
lagh, of same, cottier, Shane M‘Conyll and Donogh boy, of same, 
stodekepers, David 0 More, of Kyll, co. Kildare, husb., and 
Gerald m‘ Shane Fitz Gerald, of Ballaghsex, gent. Security as in 
897. Provision as in 3935. At the suit of Rob. Pyphold. — 
[26 1] Aug., xxiv. 

39 96 (3256.) Pardon to James Bermighana, John Eustace, Edw. 
Wogane, Maurice Bery, Walter Compton, Derby Conolane, 
David Kelly, James Kerdif, and Alexander Leyns. — 26 Aug., 
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39 97 (3267.) Pardon to Walter Terrell, sheriff of Westmeath, John 
lerrell Ms brother, J ames Terrell, of Oastellostie, Edw. Pettite, 
of Bordeston, Waiter Griffin, of Griffinston, Reclmund Frame, 
of Oarnok, Riccard [ ] Terrell, of Mahonston, Wm. 

m'Riecard Terrell, of Clonmoile, Tho. 0 Kainhine, of Walshton, 
Montaghe M‘Geoghegan, of Cloni, Tho. M'Girraght, of Yilanston, 
Gerald Dalton, of Dongollman, Dermot M'Geogliegan, of Clonie, 
Keadaghe M'Geoghegan, of Clonmoile, Edw. Terrell, of Clon- 
rnoile, Terlagh 0 Kelly, of Clonmoile, Neile H‘Geoghe<mn, of 
Higmston, Terlagh M'Cahell, of Clonfad, Ony M'Geoghegan, of 

Clonny, and Jolm Kernane, sub-sheriff of the said county. 26 

Aug., xxiv. 

3998 (3269.) Pardon to Gerald Byrne, gent., George Allyn, 
CaUaugh Bynie, Rob. Flemyng, Gerald M-Gilpatrick, Morrough 
duff M‘Gilpatnck, Wm. M'Shamrowe, Caihir duff M'Teigg, 
Tyrrelaughduff M'Teigg, Donough oge 0 Byrne, Teig 0 Cullon, and 
Gilpatrick 0 Cullon. Security as in 897, before commissioners in 
oo. Dublin, oreo. Wyclow. Provision asm 3935. — 26 Aug,, xxiv. 

39 99 (3276.) Pardon to Edmund (written also Edward) Eustace, of 
KRlogynegher, Dermot O ICenig, Tirlagh O Kenig, Maurice 
O Gerran, Brian 0 Shalon, Melaghlyn m'Owny 0 Kenig, Hugh 
0 Kenig, John O Kenig, James O Kenig, Leyshagh Shanegh, 
Phelym Shenagh, Tirrelagh Shenagh, Eeryegh M'Goghegan, and 
Cowconagiit M £ Colomet.-— 26 Aug., xxiv. 

4000 (5753.) Pardon to John Bellew, of Castelton, co. Louth, knt., 

and Ismay Nugent, liis wife. — 26 Aug., xxiv. L 

4001 (3216.) Lease (under commission 15 July, xxii.) to sir N. 

English. Bagnoll, knt. ; of the impost on wines discharged in the port of 

Carlmgforde. To hold for 21 years. Rent, £10. Provided 
that the_ lease shall only convey the impost on wines for bona 
fide sale in the town or other place on the river of Garlingforde, 
and not such as may be brought there with the intention of 
conveying them to the ports southward. — 26 August, xxiv. 

4002 (3217.) Lease (under commission 15 July, xxii.) to Rich. 

English, Synnot, of Ballibrenane, co. Wexford, esq. ; of the rectories of 

Selsker and S. Tulloks in Wexford, S. Peters and S. Tullocks, 
Carricke, Killian, Kilmocrye, Isartmon, S..Ivories,-S. Margarets’ 
Ballylonnane, Killuren, Ballineslanye, Takillen, Castleswye, 
Kilmolloke, Killuskye, S. Nicholas, Ballyvaldin, Ardcolme, 
Al'dkevane, Kyllillee, and Skryne, co. Wexford, possessions of 
the abbey of Selskere. To hold for 21 years. Rent, 
£101 13s. id., part in corn. He shall not alien except to 

English, without license. Fine £7. — 27 Aug., xxiv. 

4003 (3166.) Pardon to Wm. Dairies, of Rieherdston, Patr. Faye, 
of Mologanston, Rich. Crose, of same, oo. Westmeath, gent., 
Maurice Wesle, of Wheylan, John Wesly, of same, Pall Lales, 
of co. Kildare, Rich. Nare, Edw. Faye, Shane O Derevan, Wm. 
Lont, of Kildare, Caro Demsy. Security as in 897. Provision 
as in 3935. — 27 Aug., xxiv. 

4004 (3247.) Pardon to Molrone O Kan-oll alias M‘Enycasshin, 
Calogh m'Shane 0 Karroll, of Clonyhan, Calough beg M‘Fir, of 
Tymell, John M‘Fir, of same, Wony M‘Skane, of Ballydonogha, 
John Keale, Oahir roe M‘Teig, Mah-owna M‘Teig, Hugh 
M'Doncha, Gilleduf M‘Doncha, Doncha moll M’Melaghlin, 
Colloma M'Melaghlin, Teig 0 Heynan, Owin 0 Gonolan m'Philip’ 

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Brian M'Donill, and Cowcogry M'Donill. Provision as in 3935. 

— 27 Aug., xxiv. 

40 05 (3249-) Pardon to John Ewstace fitz Edm., Margaret 
Faye, Mortagh M'Fere, Patr. Faye, Cormao M'Dermot, Owin 
Reighely and Win. owre Bremingham.— 27 Aug., xxiv. 

40 06 ( 3259.) Pardon to Tlio. Flemyng, of Suddan, John Flemyng 
fitz Tho., of same, Tho. Flemyng, of Biggston, Christopher 
Plunket, of Maudlynges, Ouin hoy M'Gilsenane, of Altmasse, 
Patr. og M'Gilsenan, of same, John Skalie, of Robertston, Philip 
M'Gilsenan, of same, Donyl boy M'Gilsenain, Wm. beg M'Gil- 
senan, Redmond M'Mahon, Rich, bane M'Gilsenan, Ouin boy 
M'Eeroy, Hugh boy M'Eeroy, Padyn O Kerolan fitz Tho., of 
the same place, Patr. m‘Cayr M'Echie, of Ballaltycran, Felim 
reagh MJEchye, Patr. begg M'Echy, Cullo M'Echye, John ban 
M'Echyc, Henry m'Phelim M‘Echy, Cayr bane M'Echye, James 
m'Shane M'Echy, Edm. m'Koughcoughte M‘Echy, Coconogh 
m‘Edm. M‘Echy, of the same, Patr. m'Cale oge M'Echy 
O Kenaghan, Ouin duff M'Echy, of same, Tyrlagh m'Brene 
M'Echy, of Cabragh, Phellim m'Willam M'Echy, Ouin 
duff M'Echy, Cair bane M'Echy, Edm. m' Janies 
M'Echy, Rich. m' Janies M'Echy, of the same, Patr. 
m'Phelim duff M'Echy, of Kihnaynam wood, Tyrlagh m'Phelhn 
M'Echy, Phelim og M'Echy, Tyrlagh ultagh M'Gilsenan, Patr. 
Kerolan fitz Hue Kerolan, Philip O Kerolan, Cormack m'Oarbery 
M'Echy, of the same, Bryne M'Ecroy, of Ballalticraw, Shane roo 
M'Gilsenane, of same, ftiahone M'Gilsenane, of Bryttase, Ouin 
gare M'Gilsenane, of Kylmaynam, Tho. m'Gilgrome M'Echy, of 
Termone, Cale m'Gillygromo M'Echy, James m'Gilygromo 
M'Echy, Patr. m'Cale M'Echy, Rob. Flemyng, of Pessekeston, 
Patr. Flemyng, of same, Arte O Callane, of Bigeston, Donogh 
0 Bray, Patr. M'Mahone, and Tho. More, of the same. Security 
as in 897, in eo. Meath. Provision as in 3935. — 27 Aug., xxiv. 

4007 (3260.) Pardon to John O Magher, of Ballepolyn, eo. 
Tipperary, gent., Dorby O Meagher, of the Knock, Morogh Mac 
Swyny, of Asmeare, Donald O Keif, of same, Teig O Fyn, of 
same, Connor ni'Kecla. O Meagher, of Olonmore, Hugh M'Owen, 
of Brenan, John m'Prior O Meagher, of Boscre, and Edm. 
Oushene, of Cushenston, co. Westmeath. Provision as in 3935. 
At the suit of Wm. Doyn. — 27 Aug., xxiv. 

40 08 (6634.) Pardon to Tho. Eustace, of Mollaghcaisse, co. Kildare, 
gent., Meylmorry m'Twohill M‘[K ? ]eogh, rymor, and Edm. 
m'Hobbert Tallon, of co. Carlow, horseman. — 27 Aug., xxiv. 

4009 (3147.) Grant (under queen’s instructions), to Edw. Waterbous ; 
of the office of customer, collector, and receive]- of the impost on 
wines in the ports of the cities of Dublin, Waterford, Limerick, 
and Cork, and the towns of Drougheda, Galwaie, Youghall, 
Carrigfargus, W exforde, Posse in co. Wexford, Kinsale, Dungar- 
van, Dundalk, Sligoe, Carlingford, and Dingle Hussey alias 
Deingyne ne quise. To hold during good behaviour, with the 
accustomed fees. Recites that tho impost had been badly 
collected by the separate port collectors. Not to prejudice the 
grant to him of 10s. sterling a day. — 28 Aug., xxiv. 

4010 (3150.) Grant to Edm. Butler, esq. ; of the office of attorney 
j eneral. To hold during pleasure, with such fees as Christopher 
Fleming had. — 28 Aug., xxiv. 



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1582. Fiahts Elizabeth. 

4011 (320S.) License to Edw. Waterhous, esq., one of the privy- 
council ; to be absent in England for three years. — 28 Aug., 
xxiv. 

4012 (3203.) Lease (under commission, 13 July, xxii.) to John 
English. Dongan, of Dublin ; of the tithes of corn and hay of the chapel 

of S. J ames of Palmerston near Grenock, co. Dublin, parcel of 
the possessions of the hospital of S. John of Jerusalem, called 
Kilmainham; the site of the house of friars of Tristeldermott, 
co. Kildare, -with land and customs belonging to it ; the rectory 
of Aghtinnaghe alias Aghennaghe, the manor or towns of Balli- 
broke and Grenane bordering upon the Irish countries called the 
Moores and M'Gilpatricks in co. Kilkenny, and parts of 
Upper Ossorie, possessions of the abbey of S. Thomas the martyr 
by Dublin; the rectories of Kilcowle and Brtllienlackinge, with 
the tithes of Garnegehisse and the Graunge, co Tipperarj , 
possessions of the monastery of Kilcowle, same eo. To hold for 
21 years. Kent, £13 18s. 8 d. Not to levy coyne or livery. 
Fine £20. — [28] August, xxiv. 

4013 (3209.) Lease (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Tho., earl 
English, of Ormonde and Ossorie ; of the tithes of the rectory of Beliek- 

more, and the old town of Athashell, Dadinbargaine, Killillie, 
Ballegreffene, Brickendowne, Moigarbarie, Barnebritt, Tullagh- 
viane, Iferkerane ( recte Iserkeram), Olonmell, Kilselan, Killin- 
grenen, Tullaghlifrenaghe, Kilmore, Kilmicklinegane, Killveallan, 
Kilnera, Kilconnaghe, Killescoll, Batenen, the church of Kalle, 
Conbolge (recte Clonbolge), Templemery, Killekill, Tipperarie, 
Kilvore in Iconaugli, Strante, Solgote, Krewedon, Balitample, 
Kiltample, Killeightpage, Miaokill, and Dongowre, eo. Tipperary, 
Kilmore Magdalen, Stradballie, Loddowne, Killekidd, Glenoger, 
Kilwarderan, and Kilcolman, co. Limerick, Anaghmore, eo. 
Thomond, Killechin, Kilcowle, and Anaghwalin, co. Kerry, the 
spiritual possessions of the monastery of Athasshell, eo. Tipperary. 
To hold ior 21 years. Bent, £142 10s. — [28] Aug., xxiv. 

4014 (3233.) Pardon to Wm. M'Gawly, of the Carne, co. West- 
meath, Moriertagh M'Gawly, of same, Brian M'Gawly, of same, 
Knoghor M'Gawly, of Corbally, Morogh moyle M'Gawly, of 
same, Connock 0 Bryen, of Olnnhoriegh, Gilduf 0 Bryen, of the 
Cregan, and Neile 0 Bryen, of Kilmoglino, gentlemen, Knoghor 
moyle M‘Knavyn, of the Carne, husbandman, Tibbot boy 
O Melaghlin, of Carton, and Tibbot riogh Dillon, of Killenmore, 
gentlemen, and Farsy-bane M'Gerigbty, kern. At the suit of 
sir L. Dillon and sir N. Malbie. — 28 Aug., xxiv. 

401 5 (3239.) Pardon to Tho. Masterson, of Feames, esq., Henry 
his brother, Eichard, Nicholas, and John Masterson, Henry 
Masterson, junior, Tho. Myn, Henry Shelton, of Dublin, merchant, 
Bob, Boche fitz Alestrin, Dowling m‘Bren M'Mortagh, of Kil- 
tashell, Douogh riough m'Moriertagh M'Donill, of same, Calm- 
m'Donogh og, of Moris amyng, Brian M'Donill, of same, Kahir 
m'Brien M'Mortagh, brother of the said Dowling, Hugh 0 Bian 
m'Melaghlen OBian, Win. Boche m‘ Alexander, Fardorogh 
m'Conchor M'Donell, Donald ower m'Conchor M'Donell, John 
duf m'Dermot m‘Morogh roe, One m'Donell M'Moriertagh, One 
m'Moriertagh M'Donell, Bob. M'Edmond (bis), Donogh 
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1582. Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

m'James I Moroghow, Edm. riagh m'Donogh more I Moroghow, 
Edm. O Con m'Morogh m'Donell, Dermot farragli m'Donell roe 
I Moroghow, Tirlagh m'Donill l'O I Moroghow, Maurice ro 
m'Rich. 0 Do-will, Ea m'Donill gahkagk, Teig roe M'PMlip, Teig 

0 Earilie, Donald m'Gilpatrick ower, Teig m'Gilpadrick ower, 
Arthur m'Teig I Morogho-w, Teig m ‘William keard, Mortagli 
duf mac Edmond riagli of Ballikerd, Morogli riagh m'Gilpatrick 

1 Nolan, Kakir m'Brien macDermot o-wer, John roe 0 Morogho-w, 
Moriertagh duf m'Farie X Do-well, Donald m'Neile M'Prior, 
Moriertagh duf ONeile, One duf 0 Dowill I Neale, Win. 
m'Dowill I Neale, James m'Donogh reogh O Dowill, Teig mao 
Donogk reogh 0 Dowle, Donald m'Tirlagh og, Ea 0 Gallochowe, 
Dermot m'Edm. 0 Moroghowe, Donogh rn'Art M'Dowling, of 
Ballyanyn, Donald m‘Brien M‘Dowling, of same, Edm. m‘Art 
M‘Dowling, of same, Melaghlin carragh m'Dave Iarise, James 
M'Melaghlen, of Ballebane, Teig m'Gilpatrick roe, gunner, Teig 
more OMorghow, Tirrelagh boy m'William kerd, Arthur 
M'Cahir, Donogh M'Gilpatrick, James m'Owne m'Donill 
M'Moriertagh, Maurice M'Shane, Edm. ro ORian, Arthur 
M'Donogh, Donald M‘Teig, and Ea M'Morisk, horseboys, Gerald 
m'Thomen boy, Moriertagh boy 0 Habran, Donald doragk 
OHabran, One m'Donill ro I Morogho-w, Morgan Walsh, Rich. 
Devinisli, Dermod M'Donogh, Morfcagh m'Morogh Kavanagk, 
of Tamplehodegan, Edm. ro 0 Dowell Kavanagh, Maurice 
m'Dermot lavierg, Dowling m'Dermot lavyreg, John Sharo, Rory 
Mae Fargananym, Rich. Mac Fargananym, and Edm. 0 Bolgior. 
Provision as in 3935. — 28 Aug., xxiv. 

4016 (3240.) Pardon to Henry Walshe, of the Three Castels, co. 
Dublin, gent., Maurice Walshe, of Calliaglrton, Rob. Walshe, 
of Skallardston, Janies Walshe, of the Three Castels, Katherine 
Fitz Williams, Ms wife, Nich. Walshe, Edw. Walshe, of same, 
gent., Echn. Birne, of Knockling, gent., Teig m'Donogh 0 Doyn, 
Donogh m'Eclm. Kenselagk, Donald bane O Roaghan, John boy 
M'William, Patr. oghe m'Donill boy, and Donogh 0 Dullan. 
Provision as in 3935. At the seijeant Fitzsymon’s suit. ’ The 
Walshes aforenamed are brethren, and none of them of the houses 
of Carrikmayn or Arclo. — 28 Aug., xxiv. 

4017 (3244.) Pardon to Patr. Casshell, ^of Dondalk, co. Louth, mer- 
chant, Beale Fitz Symons, Joanna Whit, Walter Maras, Mar- 
garet Clynton, Patr. Srean, Margaret Garlone, Rob. Dowdall, 
Katherine Brandon, Katherine Bathe, Patr. Sendell, Katherine" 
Dowdall, Edw. Brandon, Rob. Brandon, Margaret Fitz Symons, 
Margaret Howth, Rich. Bedlew, senior, Rich. Bedlew, junior, 
Helena nyveeklassan, John Bath, Gilis nyveoroll, Nioh. Casshell, 
senior, Nich. Casshell, junior, Jenet Casshell, Patr. Gallon, 
Elizabeth Casshell, Tko. Bathe, Thomassen Casshell, Tho. Colgyn, 
Jenet Bettagh, Henry Magonill, Jenet Clynton, Henry Gwtter, 
Rich. Babe, Rowry 0 Twoill, Rich. Loggan, George Cagyn, 
Rich. Weston, Tho. Risse, Nich. Rowne, Wm. Fitz Symons, 
Agnes Jans, Tho. Brandon, George Cusak, Thomasen Brandon, 
Mary Brandon, Owne ny Hanfatt, Margaret Brandon, Clir. 
Bedlow, Elies Cusak, Andrew Dromgole, Margaret Colgyn, Patr. 
Palles, Nich. Bryan, Walter Brymygam, senior, Patr. Hene, 
Rose Galtrym, Gerald Reyle, Alison Fitzsymons, senior, Rob. 
Caddell, senior, John Mone, Joanna Mone, Patr. Garlon, Patr. 



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15S2. Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

Conchor, and Patr. Stamen, of Tyrow in. said eo. -Endorsed 
“ The inhabitants of Dundalke.” — 28 Aug., xxiv. 

4018 (3277.) Pardon to Edw. Tuit, of Eokonill, Art M'Garrey, of 
same, Edm. 0 Eerrall, of Little Downe, Eilm. Ease, of Clonkill, 
Morice Dalkmar, of Ross, Brian m'Corarick 0 Ferrall, of 
Perstone, Rory m'Hobarte 0 Eerrall, of same, Ferdorche Dela- 
mare, of Ardglas, Tho. Dalamave, of Korlcinolare, Erbert Dela- 
mare, of Ardglas, Rich. Delamare, of same, Ivowcoggrey 
M'Dermot, of Moyltyfarnan, Brians M'Carmick, of same, John 
Tuit, of Mollingar, and Shane M'Evard, of Roeonill, co. West- 
meath. These persons are tenants of Wm. Tuyt, and craved the 
benefit of the proclamation. — 28 Aug., xxiv. 

4019 (6327.) Patent of pardon to Art 0 Tole, Pheagh m'Terlagli 
owe 0 Tole, Derrnot O Tole, Glasne 0 Tole, Gerald duf 
O Birne, Shane Kellin, Shane O Rowne, Morughe duf m'Molagh- 
line rioghe O Tole, Morishe hoy 0 Hewe, James Cloine, Donogh 
O Cullon, Brian m'Donill bane, Shane m'Arte, Ferrall m'Arte 
OTole, Terlagh duf M'Onnnor, Wm. M'Connor, Shane M'Kehewe, 
Donill M'Kehewe, Teige 0 Kengey, Margai-et Fitz Gerrot, 
Elizabeth Tole, Margaret Tole, Doritia Tole, Oney Tole, Grany 
ny Neile nine Conill, Grany Tole, More Tole, Elizabeth ny 
Morishe, and Elizabeth nine Moroughe. Security as in 897, in co. 
Wicklow. Provision as in 3935. — At Dublin, 28 Aug., xxiv. 

4020 (3214.) Lease (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Robert 
English. Harpoll, and William, bis son ; of the manor of Catherlaughe, 

and other premises as in A r o. 1600, (but Sheammgh and Ballenraghe 
are written as Skeamrathe, Ballenrathe, and Abate as Abaeee.) 
To hold for 21 years, at the same rent and conditions as in 
N'o. 1600. — [29 Aug., xxiv.] (See Auditor General’s Patent 
Booh, vol. 14, p. 40.) 

4021 (3224.) Lease (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Walter 
English. Harolde, gent. j of the site of the monastery of the B. Y. M. of 

Kinsale, co. Cork, with appurtenances. To hold for 21 years. 
Rent, 21s. 67. Provisions' as in 2968. — 29 Aug., xxiv. 

40 22 (3238.) Pardon to Donogho reough 0 Haly, of Cnocknesy, 
co. Roscommon, gent., Thady 0 Haly, of same, Hugh m'Mortagh, 
of Tomevegranyll, same co., Owney 0 Haly m'Mortagh, Brian 
nriGillernewe 0 Haly, Rory grana m'Loughlen 0 Hanly, Mortagh 
M'Mellaghlen, Conchor 0 Haly, Hugh 0 Haly, Hugh M'Morcho, 
Hugh m'Gillegroma M'Cormyck, of the same place, Rory 
m'Phelym boy, of Clonemorrey same co., Tyrrelaugli m'Phelym 
boy, Owen boy M'Oarroly, Cormoek 0 Fynea, Hugh M'Galre- 
docker, Tho. 0 Mullrenen, of the same place, Owney boy 
O Hanly, of Knocknesy, Tho. O Hedyan, of Loughclea, same co., 
Hugh 0 Hedyan, Brian M'Edmond, Owen M'Kegan, Edm. 
M'Rory, Mellaghlyn M'Donyll, Tirrelaugh M'Manus, Shane 
m'Gillegroma 0 Hanly, Cormoek O Byrne, Mellaghlyn 0 Byrne, 
of the same place, Manus keagh M'Enyrrena, of Lysruyn, same 
co. , Dorryn ny Byrne, Dorryn oge ny Conchor, Hugh O Dowchy, 
Tyrrelagh m'Twole ro, Davy O Wary, Conchor M'Gallredocker, 
Owen M'Gallredocker, Bryen m'Owen M'Dyermod, Donell oge 
O Cahalan, Mellaghlen m'Mortagh M'Donyll, Wm. OHary, 
Benvon ny Kyermoda, Brian ro 0 Connor, Thady m'Mortagh ro 
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1582 . Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

Shane 0 Connor, of Twilsk, same co., James Dalton, gent., and 
Conelior M ‘Nonna, kern. Security as in 897.— 29 Aug., xxiv. 
AQ23 (3243.) Pardon to Owny O Coffy, of Rocheston, co. "West- 
meath. gent., Melaglilen 0 Coffy, of same, Moriertagh O Coffy, 
of same, Donogh 0 Skiell, of Ballemaogillero, Melaghlen 
0 Dallaghan, of Brackagliry, Hugh O Leynam, of MoyeasheU, 
John 0 Leynam, of same, Owney 0 Dempsie, of same, Wm. 
Eustace fitz Walter, Fan-all 0 Keyne, of Ballenkeyn, Melaghlen 
M'Morish, of Newton, Lisliagh M'Morougli, of Enyghan, Teig 
M'Morierty, of same, Nele M'Feagh, of Belda, Redmund 
0 Dowlyn, of Ballecrasne, Teig O Dowlyn, of same, Teig 
m'Shaue O Brenan, of Adamston, Rory 0 Dowlyn, of Lesmony, 
Donogh M'Goghegan, of Balleeaghan, Tirlagh M‘Coghegry, of 
Moycasshell, James M'Thomas, of same, Nele rn'Hugh bwoy, 
of Ballihowne, J ames duff M'Conoghor, of Killenlahen, Coghegry 
M'Fai-arcb, of Killero, James 0 Keyne, of Soien, John 
M‘ William, of ICilmony, and Bory 0 Heveryn. Provision as in 
3935. — 29 Aug., xxiv. 

4024 (3151.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 3 Ap., xxiv.), to John 
M'Ooghlan, of Cloghane, King’s co., knt. ; of the office of 
seneschal of M'Coghlan’s country alias Delvyn M'Coghlan, with 
the two earucates of Cloghane. To hold for life, remainder to 
Gerald his son in tail male, remainder to J okn his son in tail 
male, remainder to the right heirs of grantee for ever. To hold 
by the sendee of a tenth part of a knights fee, rendering for the 
land 10.s. yearly, beside the rent due for bonaght, and all other 
rents out of the coiuitry. Becites the surrender by the grantee 
of the captaincy of the country and the said lands, dated 
24 Aug., xxiv. “This is according Mr. Attorney of England’s 
boke.” — 30 Aug., xxiv. (Cal. P. R., p. 35). 

40 2 5 (3211.) Lease (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Hugh 
Ensint. Strobridge, gent. ; of the site of the monastery of canons of the 
Holy Trinity ill the island of the Holy Trinity in Loughowgliter 
in the Brenie, in oo. Cavan, -with its possessions ; the site of the 
abbey of the B. "V. M. of Dromlahan, in the Brenie, in said county, 
with its possessions ; land in Boinbrackie in the parish of 
Casteljordan, co. Meath, parcel of the lands of Tho. Leinaghe, 
attainted. To hold for 21 years. Bent, £12 Is. id. Main- 
taining two English horsemen. Provisions as in 2964. Fine 
10s. This is upon forfeiture for that the rent have been unpaid 
these 7 years. — 30 Aug., xxiv. 

4026 (3215.) Lease (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Elies 
English. Rotlie alias M‘Worthe, widow, and Henry Davelles ; of the site 

of the abbey of Antroe of S. Finnbary alias Gilley, nigh the city 
of Cork, the lands of Kilneeanaghe alias Killegranaghe, and other 
possessions as in No. 3538. To hold for 21 years. Bent, £5 
English, beside the pension of £4 13s. 4(i. English, to Fynine 
Mac Connocke late abbot. Not to alien. — 30 August, xxiv. 

4027 (3255.) Pardon to Redmund Harold, of Edmondston, gent., 
Edm. Harolde, of same, Anne Barnewall, of same, co. Dublin, 
Walter Harolde, of Dublin, gent., Wm. M’Paden, Laghlen 
0 Higcn, and Teige M'Fyvine. — 30 Aug., xxiv. 

4028 (3261.) Pardon to Morogho na doe O Flahertie, of Agh- 
nanyver, eo. Galway, esq., Donald crone O Flahertie, Teig 
O Flahertie fitz Moroghy, Onora Bourck, his wife, Donald 



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1582. TTiants. — Elizabeth. 

nTRory 0 Elahertie, Edm. 0 Elahertie fitz Morogho, Rory shoagh 
0 Elahertie fitz Morghy, Hugh cluf 0 Elahertie fitz Morgho, Teig 
og 0 Elahertie, Matthew 0 Elahertie, Owin 0 Elahertie nTDonill 
Aghory, Morogh 0 Elahertie, his brother, Donald ro 0 Elahertie 
fitz Morgho, Morogh oge 0 Elahertie, Ormond 0 Elaherty, 
Morogh nTEdm. og M £ Hew, Hugh boy m c Edm. og M £ Hew, 
Dermoyd M'Saoraly, Sirvrehagh M £ Saoraly, Conor MHaoraly, 
ETeliemeas Folaine, and Boetius Folain, gentlemen, Walter 
Brenagh, harper, Theobald 0 Toole, Edm. 0. Toole, Tohale 
O Toole, Eeardorogh 0 Toole, Dongho nTTeig na gnaw, Conor 
mac Teig na gaw, Morogho nTTeig na gaw, Rory nTTeig na gaw, 
Moyler og nTMoyler M Morgho, Owin nTMoyler M ‘Morgho, 
Dermot m c Donogh M £ Morgho, John og nTShan M “Dongho, 
¥m. m £ Shane M £ Donglio, Brian m £ Morogho M‘ William, Teig 
in ‘Morgho M £ Teig, Dermot m‘Morgho M £ Teig, Edm. m/Morglio 
M £ Teig, Rory mac Manus M £ Morgho, Brian nTManus M £ Morglio, 
Brian nTEvir M'Morgho, Erevan m £ Eiver M 6 Morgho, Dermot 
m‘Mahona ley, Theobald M £ William, Rickard oge m £ Rickard 
Aghogy, Carbry og 0 Kenevan, leech, Rob. Kenevan, merchant, 
G-illeduf 0 Kennevan, leech, Edm. m‘Donogh O Prist, Cahall 
mac Mory M £ Brien, Hugh boy nTMurry M £ Bren, Conor mor 
m £ Mnrry M £ Brien, Edm. ony nTMurry M £ Brien, Eeagb m‘ William 
grana, Hugh og 0 Farguf, Brian 0 Lay, J ohn 0 Lay, Conor 
nTKelly O Lay, Hugh M £ Edmond, of Spidell, Conor M c Shenagh, 
of same, Dermod m £ Murgho M £ Teig, of Tullakehan, John og 
nTShane M £ Conor, of same, Moyler M ‘Theobald, of Roynmoly. 
Moyler M'Conry, Theobald M‘Owen, of Maorris, Brian M £ Conor, 
of same, John og nTShane M'Brien, Moyler m £ Dermot og ETanga, 
Mortogh m £ Dermod og Nanga, Teig M‘Dermot alias Closearlekin, 
Redmnnd og nTRedmund M‘Hew, Moyler MiuTey nTLoghlyn 
boy, Walter Bradagh m £ Laghlin boy, Laghlin boy m/Mortagh 
boy, Gilladuf m £ Dermoda big, Hugh hoy nTTeig M‘Donill, 
Brian Murrey rn'Wm. M £ DonilJ, Edm. hrokagh 0 Hallurayn, 
Teig mac Brien Mac Morogho, Brian og nTBrien M £ Morgho, 
Mortagh nTEdm. M £ Mortagh, Rory m £ 0onor M £ Rory, Owin boy 
nTConor M £ Rory, Moyler duf M £ Pilbin, Tho. came m £ Shane 
M £ William, Rory mac Shane Mac William, Edm. mac Evir Mac 
Dongho, Rory mac Evir Mac Dongho, Henry nTRich. Mac 
Shane, Conor og nTConor more, Dongho nTConor og, Dongho 
nTDonill na holy, Edm. Martin, of Galway, merchant, Elich. 
Martyn, of same, merchant, Teig grana nTEdm. rivagh, John 
mac Hibard M £ Gilladnf, Rich. m £ Moyler Morrey, Calagh 
M £ Donill, of Aghalehare, and Edm. ballagh M‘Donill, of same. 
Provision as in 3935. — 30 Aug., xxiv. 

4029 (3207.) License to Lucas Dillon, knt., chief . baron ; to be 
absent in England for seven months. — 1 Sept., xxiv. 

4030 (3237.) Pardon to John Maghonconan, Melaghlen Maghon- 

conan, Gramy ny Nowlan, Teig [ ], Edm. [ ], 

Rich. OBardan, Patr. Purcell, Edw. Purcell, Rich. O Donelan, 
John Smyth, Edm. O Khyow, Morcho O Br[ ], Edm. 

[ Edm. Darcy, Walter Eitz Gerald, Doncho nTTirlagh 

O Conor, Morcho bane 0 Connor, Patr. M'lSTele, Connor [ ], 

Hugh O Shaghnes, John 0 More, Peter Eitz Gerald, Redmund 
Joye, John Joye, Walter Joye, James O Cownan, Walter 
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1582. Fiants. — -Elizabeth. 

Owin 0 Milieu, Dermot 0 Kelly, Maurice Maglanan, Molrono 
0 Shourt, Owin [ ]egan, Phaly M'Layne, John 0 FeraU, 
Mulmore 0 Rely, Morcho M'Faly, Hugh Duf, Peter Griffenj 
Theobald Griffen, Rich. [ ], Edm. Cossen, Nich. Tirrell, 

John Darcy, Nich. Dalton, Rob. Griffen, Mortagh Malone, 
"Walter Griffen, Tho. Joye, Rich. Darcey, Edw. Darcey, John 
Leynagh, Connor Kenedy, James Darcy fitz Rob., James Darcy 
fitz Rich., Patrick 0 Morryn, Dongho Maghir, Tho. Fitz Symons, 
Walter Nolan, HughOFelan, Rob. M'Egell, James Darcy fitz 
Walter, Wm. 0 Howen, Teig O Coffy, Murtagh OBreckan, 
J ohn O Molchloy, Brian M'Heriaght, Patr. O Dongho, miller, 
J ames Bruton, Dermot MTnorreny, Dongho 0 Gownro, and Brian 
O Farell. These persons are tenants of Gerald FitzGerald, and 
claimed the benefit of her majesty’s proclamation. — [ ]* 

4031 (3251.) Pardon to James Herreley, Tho. M'Teige, husband- 
man, Teige M'Collyn, Malghlin M'Coilyn, Teige 0 Heylan, Edm. 
Kensalogh, TirloghO Neyll, Davye M'Connell, Shane O Flanagan, 
Morrice Doin, husbandmen, Margaret Lensye, James m'Conell 
alias Doin, husb., Dermond M'Piers, hush., Nich. 0 Helan, 
Nich. Dogherda, Ma-urice M'Donnell, Rob. Henous, and 
Donke 0 Flen, cottiers, Wm. Dogherda, clerk, Karoll 0 Helan, 
cottier, Malaylen 0 Doin, Wm. M ‘Donnell, Wm. Coin, Davy 
O Morey, Dermond M’Conen, and Shane 0 Hoisse, cottiers, who 
dwell in Balmascollock. Security as in 897, in co Kildare 
Provision as in 3935.— [ ] ] 582. 

40 32 (3257.) Pardon to Hugh M'Quyn, of leytrym, Brian rn'Hugh 
M'Quyn, Caell m'Hugh M'Quyn, Arthur m'Teig M'Quyn, Dwal- 
tagh m ‘Teig M'Quyn, Tirlagh dufe m'Teig M‘Quyn, Fergananim 
mac Teig M'Quyn, Donogh m'Teig M'Quyn, of the same, Con 
boy mac Teig M'Connock, of Ivagall, Dwaltogh m'Plielym boy 
M ‘Tirlagh, of Onaghe, Ouin m'Connor M'Cahir, of Ballanagar, 
Donell og 0 Kalian, of Clonmorey, Edm. m'Hubert hoy, of Bel- 
nafada, Teig m'Farill M'Vyckyay, of Killoknev, Donogh Mac 
Fariell, of same, Donogh M'Doyll, of BalladufF, Carbre Mac 
Gana, of Corboghell, Edm. m'Donill 0 Bradagan, of Belnafada, 
Walter m‘Brien M'Doyll, of Balladuf, Teig m'Brien M'Dennot, 
of Corboghell, Onin m'Dwaltagh O Flanagan, of Ballahoghter, 
Langhlen M'Guell, of Bally maguell, Ferdoragh 0 Nary m ‘Thomas, 
of same, Conor m‘Bdm. 0 Branan, of Trenvolgan, Geoffrey 
M'Enanan, of Kilvickenan, and Conor og 0 Kelly, of Raharrowe. 
At sir N. Malhye’s suit . — Date lorn. 

40 33 (3264.) Pardon to John 0 Caroll, gent., chief of his name, 
Mulrony O Caroll, his brother, Tnrlogh m'Rory 0 Carrol, of Bally- 
necloghie, Ouin roe M'Gillephoile, of Sheineroyne, and Donogh 
0 Dulchenty, of Leyne. Provision as in 3935 . — Not dated. 

4034 (3284.) Pardon to Gerald FitzGerrott, of V illanston, Oliver 
Nugent, of Beladowneneys, co. Westmeath, Edm. FitzGerrott, of 
Clondalie, and Oliver FitzGerritt, of Killoskillin, ~co. Meath, 
gentlemen. Security as in 897 .—Not dated. 

4035 (3302.) Pardon to Conor M'Cormock, of Clonkeine, King’s 
co., gent., Cahir M'Edmond, Art M'Edmond, Rich. M'Teige, 
Rory beig M'Ouen, Teige duff M'Briame, Conliagh M'Dermot, 
Gerald Duff, Fiagh M'Morysh, Phelime M'Brian, Shane M‘Kee, 

* Tliis and 38 following fiants without dates are signed by Arthur lord Grey of Wilton, 
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1582. Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

Owen M'Kegan, Art roe M'Rorie, and Cahire O Heveryne, of the 
same, gentlemen, Lisagh M'Cahire, TibbotM'Ealye, of same, gent., 
Honye M'Connor, Shane reagh 0 Malan, Morohowe M'Gerott, 
Rich. 0 Curryne, and Morchow duff M'Rorye, of the same, 
gentlemen, Owen duff M'Conlye, Charole duff M'Kehe, of same, 
gent., Tlio. Connell fitz Nieh., of same, gent., James 0 Heveryne, 
Gerrott 0 Reeylie, Tirrclagli m'Leny boye, Donch’owe Lalese, 
Morohowe O Banane, Wn M'Kee, Moriertagh 0 Murchan, 
Faliagh M'Eeagli, Ealye M'Cormock, Owen M‘.Riehard, Owen 
M'Conoghor, Neale O Kyung, Morohowe roe M'Gerald, Rory 
more 0 Corregan, Donchow M'Gerald, of the same, kerns, 
Margaret ny Worchan, Meawe ny Cologh, and Katherine ny Kee, 
of the same, spinsters, Hony M'Echalway, Hue M'Eward, and 
Cahill boy, of the same, kerns. To be of force for those only 
who shall answer future complaints . — Date defaced. 

4036 (3317.) Pardon to Morgan Cavanaglie m'Brian, of Cnocken, 
oo. Carlow, gent., Donoghe m'Brian, of Ballenerahyne, gent., 
"Wm. M‘Teig, of Raynedorow, Mortagh M'Teig [ ], 

Edm. m'Donogh oge, of Kill[ ], husbandman, Donell 
dorogh m'Donogh oge [ ], hush., James m‘Donogh 

og, of same, hush., Wn M'Gilpatrick, of Balleuby, kern, 
Teige m‘William keard [ ], Ouen m'Henry 

O Ryan, of Balleshanboye, co. Kilkenny, yeoman, Mallaghlin 
riagh 0 Kelly, yeoman, Teige M'Mallaghlin, of Kil[ ], 

Hugh M'Mallaghlin, of same, Edm. M‘Thomas, Dermot M'Mal- 
laghlen, [ ], Donell M'Mallaghlin, of same, hush., 

Hugh O Eieghny, of Fowlers hagard, oo. Wexford, hush., 
Teige 0 Dowle, of Cnoken, co. Carlow, tailor, Patrick 0 Dowle, 
Calm- M'Bryan, Mortagh m'Morish 0 Clovan, Donell m'Cahir 
M'William, kern, Donell m'Mortagh 0 Hogertie, hush., Morish 
m'Cahir, of Temiranne, co. Carlow, Teig M'Mortagh, of K[ ], 
kern, Cahir mor M'Tirlagh, Donogh m'Edmond boy, of Ballybane, 
kem, Hugh m'Edmond, of same, kem, Cahir carragh M'Dennot, 
of same, kern, Morish M‘Dermot, of Ballydonne, co. "Wexford, 
gent., Dowlin M'Dermot, John M.‘"William, Morish m‘Dermot 
M'Cahir, of Ballynvally, oo. Carlow, gent., Conghor m'Eargana- 
nim 0 Coryne,kern, Dermot M'Morish, of same, kern, Mallaghlen 
m'Dermot 0 Ryan, Gerald m'Donell M'Arte [ J, 

Gerrot m'John M'Mortagh, of same, kern, Bryan duff 
m‘Shane 0 Kelly, of same, kern, Edm. 0 Kelly m'Shane, 
of same, kern, Donogh m'Dermot M'Gilpatrick, of same, 
hush., Mortagh m‘Dermot M'Gilpatrick, of ! same, Donogh 
0 Kellee m'Shane, kern, Adam 0 Coryn m'Edm., Owen 
ni'Gilpatrick 0 Dowle, kern, Shan M'Teige, yeoman, Morogh 
m'Cahir M'Owen, hush., Donell duff 0 Colletan m'Teige, 
kern, Hugh M'Colletane, of Torragh, hush., Donogh duff 0 Col- 
letane m'Teig, kern,- Hugh M'Colletan m'Shane, kern, Edm. 
m'Teige 0 Colletane, hush., Edm. duff 0 Colletane m'Gilpatrick, 
Mortagh duff 0 Colletan m'Teige boy, Art 0 Rian m'Teig,. of 
Ballicronigaae, husb., Gilpatrick 0 Rian m'Teig, of same, boy, 
Edm. m'Morogh M'Art, of Cnocken, hush., Tirrelagh m‘Morogh, 
of same, husb., James m'Conghor m'Walter boy, Dermot m'Owen. 
M'Donogh, husb., Cahir m'Owen, husb., Morish m'Dowlin 
Cavanagh, of Monomolyne, co. Wexford, Bryans m'Dowlin 
Cavanagh, of same, Donogh m'Morish Cavanagh, of same, 



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1582. 



Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

Cryffan Cavanagh m'Morish, of same, Donell m'Bryan, of 
same, and Edm. m'Brian Cavanagh, gentlemen, Edm. M'Donell, 
of Ballyvaglmalover, husb., Fardoragli M'Donell, of same, 
liusb., Owen duff m'Hugh M'Glasny, Owen row M'Cahir, and 
Edm. m'Mortagh ouer 0 Colletan, kerns, Mallaglilin m'Mortagh 
0 Colletan, boy, Pierse m'Gilduff 0 Colletan, iusb., Gerald 
m'Donogh M'Morogh, and Edm. m'Donogh M'Morogh, gentle- 
men, James duff ni'Wm. 0 Coryne, Bryan 0 Coryn m'Wrn., 
David 0 Ryan m'Skane, and Edm. ouer M ‘Dermot, kerns, 
Katherine Cavanaghe fitz Bryane m'Cahyr, of Bathtenny, co. 
Wexford, widow, Saurey fitz Brian Cavanagh, of Ballibane, gent., 
Jovan fitz Art, of Newton, widow', Jovan fitz Phillip, spinster, 
Doudin m'Gerald Cavanagh, of Ballybane, Morogh m'Art 
m'Dowlin Cavanagh, of Monomolin, and Gerald Cavanagh nr Art, 
of same, gentlemen, Art oge m‘Art, of Clon[ ], horseman, 
Donogh M'Dermot, of Ballybane, kern, Donogh Bankagh 
m'Tiriagh, of Ballyollagh, gent., Morogh riagh m'Denise OLarie, 
of Ballybane, Hugh more m'Teige oner, of same, Lyshagh 
M'Mortagh, of same,, and Mallaghlen m'Davie baekagh, kerns, 
Mortagh m'Donogke m'Cahir egwele, boy, Donell m‘Edm. duff, 
of Ballybane, and Morogh m'Edmond, of same, husbandmen, 
Cahir m‘Bryane Cavanagh, of Cnoken, oo. Carlow, Art 
M'Moi'tagb, of Torragh, Edm. M'Mortagh, of Bathpaden, co. 
Wexford, Gerald Cavanaghe m'Morogh, of same, and Donell 
Cavanagh m ‘Morogh, of same, gentlemen, Edm. W alsh m' Charlies, 
of Cnoken, co Carlow', horseman, Shane M'Donell, of Ballisha- 
boy, Henry M'Donell, of Balliehristall, and Dermot M'Donell, 
of same, yeomen, Edm. Cavanagh m'Art, of Borresh, co. Carlow, 
gent., Fergananne row M'Gilpatrick, of Bahindorough, farmer, 
Donogh M'Gilpatrick, of same, Teige M'Gilpatrick, of same, 
and Shane M'Gilpatrick, of same, yeomen, Mallaghlin m'Donogh 
rou, of Gra[ ]g, husb., Mortagh M'Teig, of Bahindorogh, 
yeoman, Corck O Coely, of Newrosse, surgeon, James 0 Dowell 
m'Fii'r, of Cnoken, husb., Cahir M'Owen, of Bathesillagh, 
farmer, Binstick M'Donogh, of same, Dermot M'Owen, 
of same, and Donell M'Owen, of same, husbandmen, Edm. 
M'Donell, of Ballivaghnalouer, farmer, Conghor M'Water, of 
Coulbaek, husb., Donell M'Gerrald, of Ballicronigan, gent., 
Hobert M'Tirlagh, of Carrickliod, husb., James m'Teig 0 Magher, 
yeoman, Gerald m'Bryan Cavanagh, boy, Mallaghlen m'Edmond 
duff, of Balliban, Wm. M'Edmond, of same, and Mortagh 
M'Edmond, of same, husbandmen, James M'Mallaghlin, of same, 
boy, Edm. duff 0 Nocldagh, of same, husb., Donogh duff 0 Byan, 
of S. Moling, co. Carlow, kern, Teige M'Tirlagh, of same, Tixlagh 
0 Biane m'Morogh, of same, Gilpatriek 0 Kiane m'Morghe, of 
same, David O Kian m'Morogh, of same, Fergananme m'Gerrot 
M'Edmond, of same, Shan M'Mortagh, of same, and Edm. 
m'Shane bigg, of same, kerns, Gerald m'Cahire Cavanagh, of 
Ballenesellogie, eo. Carlow, gent., Edm. M'Remond, of S. 
Moling, and Tiiiagh M'Cahir, of Balleneselloge, horsemen, 
Donogh M'Sheron, of same, husb., Kathevin ny Gilpatriek, of 
S. Moling, gentlewoman, Onora ny Teige Anaddagh, of same, 
‘spinster, Grany Cavanagh ny Bryane, gent., Ellen Branagh, of Bal- 
ly hackbeg, co. Wexford, spinster, Jovan Hoare, of same, spinster, 
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1582. Fi arts.— Elizabeth. 

ny Bryane Cavamagh, of same, gentlewomen, Morfcagh liagh 
m'Cakir Cavanagh, of Tennaranna, co. Carlow, and KeilAPPrior, 
of Iviicarnigl), gentlemen, Tirlagli m c Calm', of Tennaranna, kern, 
Gerald m‘Art, of same, gent., Gerald m'Cahir, of same, Dermot 
Al'Air, of Gorenellane, Donell M'Donagh, of same, Donell 
M'Neil, of Kilcarragh, Tirlagh H'Morogh, of Cowrenellan, 
Dermot liagli M'Mortaghe, and Donell M‘Donogh, kerns, Gerald 
m'Tirlagh Cavanagh, of Ballynemoney, co. Carlow, gent., Dermot 
M'Mallagklin, of same, James 0 Dowell m‘Moriertagb, of same, 
Morotdi riaugk O Dowell, of same, Edm. riangli O Dowell, of 
same°Edm. riaugh 0 Dowill, of Killedmond, Edm. M’Sliyhye, 
of Aghlo[ ], co. Wexford, Owen duff m'Hugh M'Caliir, of 
Ballenemony, Mortagh O Ryane ni'Rickard, of same, and Edm. 
0 Ryan m'Mortagh, of Ballyroycliane, kerns, Morogk m'Morier- 
tagh, of Cnoken, gent., Edm. OColletan m'Teige duff, of Bally- 
nemony, and Donagli duff 0 Colletan m'Teige, of same, kerns, 
Wm. Morone, of New Bauen, co. "VVexford, lrnsb., John Walshe, 
of Balawley, co. Dublin, gent. Security as in 897 .—Bate 
defaced. 

40 37 (3352.) Pardon to John Plunket, of Tallonston, co. Louth, esq., 
and Alson Plunket alias "Wogan, widow, of Rathcoffie, co. 
Kildare .— Not dated. 



40 38 (3361.) Pardon to Edm. reogh 0 Bailor, of Turnings, co. 
Kildare, gent., Margaret reogh, his wife, Elis or Elioia, his 
daughter, Ricard 0 Bailor, his son, Morogh 0 Duffe, Ms servant, 

'* Rieard ballowe 0 Bailor, and Donnough O Morgho.— ifo« dated. 

4039 (6341.) Pardon to Edm. Eustace, of Elverston, geut., Edm. 

Eustace, of little Boly, yeoman, "Nich. Eustace, of Kildare; farmer, 
Alexander Grace, of Harreston, freeholder, Mortogh O Clony, 
of Browneston, cottier, Margaret Ewstaee, of Bellakelly, wife 
of Karo Demsie, and Ferroll oge M'Kegho, late of WMteston. 
Provision as in 3935. — [ ] 1582. 

4040 (6493.) Commission to Henry "Warren, esq., sheriff of [King’s 

English, co.]; to execute martial law in [ ], «s 218. A 

fragment. Date destroyed. 

4041 (6494.) Commission to [ ] sheriff; to execute 

English, martial in co. Meath; as in 218.— Much injured. Date 

destroyed. 

40 42 (6495.) Commission to Patrick, baron of TTpperossery ; to 
English, execute martial law in the country of Upperossery; asm 218. 
Much injured.— 26, [ jvembris [ ]. 

40 43 (6496.) Appointment of Anthony Colclogh, of Tynterne, co. 
inTlil Wexford; to be captain of the new fort of S. Alalings co. Carlow, 
and the countries adjoining, the Cavanaghs of the Howie, 
Beverok, Eerren Enearle, and Pubble Carrath. Recites that the 
fort was built to command the river Barrow, and protect the 
trade of Rosse from the Irish.— Much injured. [ J Deb., ( J. 

4044 (6497.) Appointment of captain William Collyer; to the 
E^ifSinmand of the forts and countries of Beix and [Offaly], and 

the defence of them against the O Conors and other lebels, m 
the absence in Mounster of captain John Zouche, lieutenant of 
those forts. — Much injured. [ ] July [ ]• 

4045 (6493-) Commission to William Martene, sheriff of the 



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1582. Fiants. — -Elizabeth. 

English, county [Gal-way] ; to execute martial law in the county ; as in 
218. — Much injured. Date destroyed. 

4046 (6499.) Commission to captain John Barringeton; to execute 
English, martial law in the Kings and Q[ueens counties], as in 218. 

— Much injured. Date destroyed. 

4047 (6500.) Commission to John Parker, gent. ; to execute 
English, martial law in the counties of Dublin and Kildare, as in 218. 

— Much injured. [ ], 1582. 

4048 (6501.) Commission to sir H enry Wallope, knt., vice treasurer, 
English, sir Bob. Dillon, sir Lucas Dillon, Geoffrey Fenton, principal 

secretary, Chr. Fleminge, attorney general, Kich. Bealing, 
Lancelot Alforcl, surveyor general, and Edw. Brabazon ; to survey 
the forfeited lands of those concerned in the rebellion of the 
arch-rebels James Eustace, viscount Baltinglas, [and Chr.] baron 
of Delvyn, in the counties of Dublin, Kildare, Meath, Westmeath, 
Louth, Wexford, and elsewhere. — Much injured. Date destroyed. 

4049 (6502.) Commission to sir Henry Bagnall, knt., marshal, 

English. James Dowdall, justice, and Terence [ ] ; for the govern- 

ment of Ulster. — A fragment. Date destroyed. 

40 50 (6503.) Commission to Peter Nangle, gent., sheriff of Co. 
English. Longford ; to execute martial law in [ ] ; as in 218. 

— Much injured. Date destroyed. 

4051 (6504.) Commission to Tybot [Bu]tler, of Garryduff, co. 
English. Tipperary, sheriff of that county ; to execute martial law in the 
county; as in 218. — Much injured. Date destroyed. 

40 52 (6507.) Commission to Walter TirreH, gent., sheriff of co. 
English. Westmeath ; to execute martial law in that county; as in 218. 
— A fragment. 

40 53 (6508.) Commission to captain Nicholas Morden ;■ to execute 
English, martial law in the county Clare; os in 218. — A fragment. 

40 54 (6509.) Commission to Thomas, archbishop of Armagh, [Hugh, 
baron of] Donganon, Henry Wallop, knt. , vice treasurer, the master 
of the rolls, J ohn Garvey, dean, Geoffrey Fenton, and others 
whose names are destroyed; to be justices, commissioners, and 
keepers of the peace in [ ], with the usual military 

powers. — A fragment. 

4055 (6510.) Commission to sir William [Sarsfield (2)], knt., sheriff 
English, of co. Dublin ; to execute martial law in that county ; as in 218. 

— A fragment. 

4056 (6513.) Commission to Nicholas Narbon, esq., Ulster king of 
English, arms ; to hold a visitation of arms, and to form a register of arms 

and correct the misuse of arms and titles. — A fragment. 

4057 (6514.) Commission to Warham Sayntleger, gent., provost 

English, marshal of Mounster and Co[ ] ; to execute martial law 

in [ ] ; as in 218. — A fragment. 

4058 (6515.) Commission to Iriell 0 Feral 1, gent., sheriff of co. 
English. Longford ; to execute martial law in that county ; as in 218. — 

A fragment. 

4059 (6516.) Commission for martial law. — A fragment. 

English. 

4060 (6517.) Commission to Henry Harbert [ . 

English, co. Kildare ; to execute martial law in [ ] ; as in 

218.— — A fragment. 

4061 (6519.) Authority to Paul [Green] and Bobei-t Osborne ; 
English, to take up hay and the means of cutting and carrying it, in the 



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counties of Dublin, Kildare, Meath, Westmeath, Louth, 

], paying ready money. — A fragment. 

40 62 (6520.) Commission to [ ], co. Westmeath, 

English. Thomas Le Strange, esq., and Thomas Nuge[nt]; to execute 
martial law in the co. Westmeath ; as in 218. — A fragment. 

40 63 (6521.) Commission to [ ], sheriff of co. Cork; 

English, to execute martial law in that county ; as in 218. — A fragment. 

40 64 (6522.) Commission to Henry Duke, gent. ; to execute martial 
English, law in [ ] ; as in 218. — A fragment. 

40 65 (6523.) Commission to Edwai’d Eitz Henrie ; to execute 
English, martial law in the barony of Balrotherie ; as in 218, omitting the 
power to treat with rebels. — A fragment. 

4066 (6524.) Commission to Tho., archbishop of Armagh, Peter, 
baron of Trymletestowne, Henry Wallop, John Plunkett, knt., 
the chief baron, Edw. Waterhouse, [Geoffrey] Fenton, the attor- 
ney general, Win. Talbot, of Malahide, and many others ( names 
destroyed) ; as keepers of the peace in [ ] Wexford, 

Kang’s and Queen’s counties, in the absence of the deputy, with 
the usual military powers. — A fragment. 

40 67 (6525.) Commission to the primate, Chx., -viscount of Gorman- 
[ston], the vicetreasurer, Rob. Dillon, Edw. Waterhouse, Edw. 
Fitz Symon, Tho. Fitzwilliams, knt., Wm. Sarsfield, and many 
others ( names destroyed) ; as keepers of the peace in [ ], 

Wexford, Louth, King's co., Queen’s co., and [ ], in the 

absence of the deputy in Munster and other western parts, with 
the usual military powers. — A fragment. 

40 68 (6527.) Commission to Tho., archbishop of Armagh, the baron 
of Trimletiston, Henry Wallop, knt., the chief justice, Nich. 
Nugent, Henry Cowley, knt., Geoffrey Fenton, the attorney 
general, Rich. Bellings, and many others (names destroyed ) ; 
as keepers of the peace in the counties of Dublin, Kildare, Meath, 
Westmeath, Carlow, [ ], in the absence of the 

deputy in Munster and other parts of the west, with the usual 
military powers. —A fiagment. 

4069 (5760.) Pardon to Wm. Sheigan, son of Maurice Sheigan. — 
12 Sept., xxiv. 

4070 (5761.) Pardon to Wm. Learye, Dei-mod M'Ownie, and Rich. 
Roch fitz John, of Kinsale. — 12 Sept., xxiv. 

4071 (3177). Pardon to Coaghe OMadyn, Seriin alias M'Cowck, 
Henry moile M'Cowck, Jonock M'Kowek, Owen mantaghe 
0 Heyne, Hubert M'Edmond, Hobert m'Shane oge, Redmond 
m'Shane oge, Click m'Shane oge, Edm. M'Wiiliam, Shane 
M ‘William, Wm. m'Rechard alias M'Redmond, Edm. M'Wiiliam, 
Shane M'Gillekelly, Tho. M'Shane, Daniel oge M'Sowny, Dier- 
mot rioghe M'Hue, Molaghlen reoghe M'Moyltulle, Feragh 
M'Colla, Jonock reoghe Maeouge. Security as in 897, in co. 
Galway. At the suit o£ Mr. John Bourke.— 14 Sept., xxiv. 

40 72 (3375.) Commission to Cllick, earl of Clanricard, John 

English. Bourke, esq., and Rob. Johnson, gent. ; to execute martial law 
in the province of Conoght and Thomond, as in 218.— —15 Sept., 
xxiv. 

40 73 (3291.) Pardon to Ferrall duf M'Kenny, of Kvlluckney, co. 
Roscommon, cottier, Dermot M'Kenny. of same, Cormack m'Wm. 
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Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

Alexander M'Dowill, of Clanodagh, same oo., Conohor m'Edm. 
0 Fen-all, of Clonfoy, Cormock mWm. M'Branan, of Eryve, 
Edm. dorcho m'Teige ballagh 0 Hanly, Hugli m'Nich. 0 Nary, 
of Clonyvyrn, same co., Moymowre m'Conclior O Mulelionry, of 
Lysynysill, same co., Loughlen 0 Mulchonry, of same, Ena 
0 Mulchonry, of same, Dowaltagh rn'Nich. 0 Nary, of same, 
Garbry duf, of Lysonowe, same co., Murcho 0 Donowre, of Clon- 
finlagii, Dowaltagh M'Pliillippe, of Lyttermacphillippe, same oo., 
Kedaugk M'PhiUippe, of same, Thady boy M'Alyan, of Bellana- 
fadda, same co., Murcho oge M'Swyne, of Ballentobber, same 
co., and Tbady carragh m'Callow O Connor, of Aragh, same co., 
cottier. Security as in 897. At the request of N. Malbie, 
governor of Connaght. — 17 Sept., xxiv. 

4074 (57 45.) Pardon to Egnechan M'Edmonde, of Lysnamnamay, 
co. Roscommon, gent., Shane boy M ‘Brien, of the same, Hugh 
M'Brien, Shane M'Collo, Owen O Higen, of the same, kern, 
Derrnot m'Teige M'Gara, of Ballalege, same eo., Hugh m'Teige 
M'Gara, of the same, Carbre m‘Teige M'Gara, of the same, 
Katherine ny Gara, of the same, Ferdorcho m'Hngh m‘Dermot 
dowf, Gonchor 0 Conkennen, of Bellanenorgker, same co., Shane 
0 Conchor, Rory carragh 0 Conohor, Kedagh 0 Conchor, 
Redmund M'William, Gilleglasse O Knavin, Donogho 0 Knavyn, 
Rory hoy 0 Hanly, Conchor carragh O Hanly, Gilleduf O Flanv- 
gan, kern, Rob. Nugent fitz Peter, of Trvilsk, same eo., gent., 
and Nich. roo Nugent, of the same, gent. Security as in 897. — 
17 Sept., xxiv. 

4075 (3169.) Pardon to John Whyte, of Dengen, co. Roscommon, 
husbandman, Conchor 0 Mullana, of Ballemolana, same co., 
Gilleduf O Mullana, of same, Conchor oge O Mullana, of same, 
Thady reoghe 0 Lydan, of Kyllaraght, Brian 0 Corgan, Edmund 
oge 11‘Dowill, of Clonard, Cormock 0 Cowan, of Kyltevan, Hugh 
m'Dermotro, of Bea, Owen 0 Lavyn, of TJrdan, Daniel O Lavyn, 
Nich. Trostan, of Lenigirr, Owen m'Farrill 0 Flanigan, of 
Mointy, Dowaltagh m'Manus M'Morish, of Loughlaban, Gilleduf 
m'Manus M'Morisk, of same, Tho. m'Kedagh O Flyn, of Lougli- 
lyn, Shane M'Gilsteffan, of Kiltevan, Mortagh M'Rorye, Thady 
ro M'Gara, of Ballalege, in said co., and Morogho m'Teige 
M'Gara, of same, kern. Security as in 897. For 20 persons in 
eo. Roscommon, at the request of sir N. Malbie, governor of 
Connaght. — 17 Sept., xxiv. 

40 76 (3170.) Par-don to Brian 0 Connor, of Anaghe, co. Roscom- 
mon, gent., Con M'Callowe, of same, Mewe ny Connor, of Clony- 
virn, said co. , Thady m'Rory reogh O Flanigan, of Moynte, 
Donill duf M'Encroghan, of Ballanafadda, said co., Wm. 
M'Enenea, of Slewban, Brian M'Enenea, of same, Walter 
M'Collo, of Bellanamore, said co., Rory duf O Molyn, Mellaghlyn 
O Luby, of Carvoighell, said co., Owen M'Gillegall, of same, 
Dermot m'Ferdorcho M'Branan, of Clonfynlaghe, said co., 
Mellaghlyn M'Gilleduff, of same, Con m'Hugh og, of same, 
Dowaltagh m'Cosney O Flanigan, of same, Owen M'Manus, of 
Turryck, said co., and John 0 Mulkeran, of Roscommon. Security 
as in 897. “ For 20 persons in co. Roscommon, at the request of 

sir N. Malbie, governor of Connaght.” — 17 Sept., xxiv. 

4077 (3171.) Pardon to Hugh m‘ Wm. M'Branan, of Granaghe, co. 
Roscommon, husbandman, Una ny Connor, of Bellanafadda, 



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1582. Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

Fenton 0 Mulchonry, of Grandge, Moylon, Shane, Ullon, Padvn, 
and Gillernew 0 Mnlchonry, of same, Phelym carragh O Connor, 
of Belianafada, _ Brian m'Dermot 0 Connor, of Clonekille^ 
Tirrelogh m'Twoill 0 Connor, of same, Tirrelough duf m'Dermot! 
of same, Hugh M'Tiralfor, of Bellanafadda, Donogho m'Ferrall 
0 Flanigan, of same, Moylyne M'Mulchonrey, of Lysnesvele 
Thady m‘CahiIl duf M'Moeltully, of Holfen, Arrell m‘Cahill"duf! 
of same, Brian m'Phelym M'Dowill, of Bellaghboyog, Sawerly 
M'Keoyn, of Ballyhyn, and Cahill UFyny, of Ballaghboyog, 
kern, all in said county. Security as in 897. At the request of 
sir N. Malbie, governor of Connaght. — 17 Sept., xxiv. 

4078 (3172.) Pardon to Hugonye M'Swynie, of Cloghrowan, co. 
Galway, Hugh carragh M'Hibert alias M'Hybard, Moyler 
M'Henry, of Disert Clerham, Tirrelagh m'Eorie ni Derrye 
0 Heyn, of Cahairerillain, Connor cron 0 Heyn, of Leydican, 
Donnogho O Heyn, of same, Hibard M'Henrye, of Castletown, 
Wm. M'Moyler, of Ballim'craghe, Cugaill 0 Heyn, of the 
Hagard, Tho. m‘Wm. roe M'Hibard, of same, Henry M'Shonag, 
of Sayfyn, John Sheny, of Cahir Dangin, Wm. M'Shean, of 
Tullerye, Tho. M'Shean, of Corballie, Shean oge m'Moyler 
M'Shean, of Cahirkinmannye, Shean oge Burk, of Manyn, 
Gilladuf M'Swyne, of Clonowany, Hugh oge m'Ullick M‘Richard| 
of BaUiconnill, Shean m'Ullick M'Richard, of same, Rich! 
m'Shean M'Ullick, of Roynmyle, Wm. m'Sheane M'Ullick, of 
same, Hibert m'Tho. Macooage, of Ballicuana, Edm. m'Tho. 
M'Cuage, of same, Shean m'Ullick m'Redmond oge, of Ayll, 
Tho. rianagh m'Shean m'Ullick, of same, Edm. Brown, of Ballb 
brown, John ODali, of Leraye, Rich, beg M'Cuag, of Eright 
M'Cuag, John moyle m'Redmond M'Shean, of Lisnavoltneye, 
and Wm. m'Redmond M'Shean, of Castlebynn, in said co. Gal’- 
way. Security as in 897. Fine £60. — 19 Sept,, xxiv. 

4079 (3173.) Pardon to Rich. Burk, son of Hugh, earl of Clan- 
ricarde, Rich. M'Henry, of Disert Clerham, co Galway, Redmund 
M'Henry, Ricard M'Henrye, Wm. M'Henry, Walter lia 
M'Henry, of same, John M'Hibart, of Disert Kellye, John 
M'William, of Ballimaccrah, Hugh m'Donogho M'GillakeUye, 
of Ballimore, John m'Owny M'Gillakelly, of Mulcrugg, Morogho 
m'Wm. M'GillakeUye, of Ballinderen, John Aghogy M'Sheonin, 
of Manyn, Henry m'Ricard M'Sheain, of Roynmile, Rory 
m'Sheain O Connor, of Ballinecurtie, Moyler m'Shane M'Ulick, 
of Ayle, John rianaghe m‘ William roe, of same, Shean Oghogye 
m'Wm. Brown, of same, Walter Brown m'Wm., of same, Shane 
m'Riscard M'Sheain, of Lismacoole, Shane m'Kagha m'Hibart 
boy, of Bellanagarr, Fiagha m'Hibart boy, of same, Henry 
M'Tuaghta, of Ballinlogha, Rich. Bruadir, of Cloynenasoylagh, 
Henry m'Rich. O Bruader, of same, Hugh m'Shean. M'Sida, of 
Ballinwran, Teig M'Shain, of Lismavoltnay, Connor M'Shane 
of same, Teig m'Wm. O Tresye, of Loghreaghe, Laghlin O Kenye’ 
of same, Brien m'Donnell 0 Keny, of same, Edm. m'Donnell 
0 Keny, of same, Donogh m'Wm. O Keny, of same, Melaghlin 
m'Tho. 0 Bruadar, of Kerustellye, Rich. m'Tho. 0 Bruadar, of 
same, Wm. oge m'Wm. M'Fiagh, of Ballmdule, Tho. roe m'Edm. 
M'Fiagha, of Klldromadirg, Rich. m'Edm. M'Thomas, of same,' 
Edm. oge m'Edm. M'Thomas, of same, Redmund m'Honry Key[ 
of Craig a turlio, Edm. oam m'Henry Key, of same, Henry 

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1582. Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

m'Shonag M'Movler, of Clonm'eainhm, Wm. M'Moyloyde, of 
Kiinyan, Hugh m'Donoghoe 0 Gibbalain,of Loghreagh, Avarcagli 
0 Maholmihill, of same, Gilbert Wale, of Maghair faltagh, 
John 0 Doylain, Gilladuf 0 Hiskie, of Dirsert Kellye, Teig 
O Fahie, of Kernstiallye, Rorye 0 Duin alias Capoll, Flan 
O Heyn m'Hugh boye, of Leidegan, Owin m'Tirrelagh M'Swyne, 
of Kiltullaghe, Maolmuyre m'Tirrelagh M'Swyne, of same, 
Edm. m‘Wm. M'Moyler, of BallenTcra, Wm. 0 Loynsye, of 
Loghreaghe, Wm. 0 Hanortye, of Rerrucrayn, and Ouin 
m'Molaghlin M'Aogain, brehon. Security as in 897. — 19 Sept., 
xxiv. 

4080 (3167.) Pardon to Edm. dorgko m‘Henrie keogli m'Shane 
M'Davie, Edm. caoghe m'Shane M'Edmund, of Ballinloghe, 
Edm. oge m'Oge, of Oreigan, Rich. m'Edm. oge, of same, 
Flan mWm. M‘Fiaghra, of Desertleran, Donogh rn'Flan 
M'Fiaghra, of same, Dermod m‘Wm. oge M'Fiaghra, of same, 
Rich. m‘Tho. 0 Callanan, of same, Cormac m‘Tho. 0 Oallanan, of 
same, John carragh m £ Tho. 0 Callanan, of same, Caown 
m'Maolltullie legh, Connor hoy 0 Neylane, of Drummukco, 
Redmnnd m'Sernuyt M'Rieard, of Aile, Brien m'Edm. oge 
M'Swynye, of Ballincurry, Edm. M'Cuak, of Buakin, John 
0 Shaghnes alias 0 Sheaghnnsa, John m'Ricard O Fahi, of 
Belanahoyulye, Ricard m‘Shane 0 Fahie, of same, Ouin m'Shean 
O Fahie, of same, Moyler m'Rieh. M'Moyler, of Oldcastle, Tirlugh 
O Kinga, of Loghreagh, Walter Whyte, of same, Mortagh 
m'David 0 Bruadar, of Greallath, Wm. m'David 0 Bruadar, of 
same, Ferdoragh m'Brien roe M'Swynye, of Kilmacraghe, Walter 
Wale m'Shane, of Court, Hugh boye Wale m'Shane, of same, 
Wm. O Hoghagan, Donnell M'Cunigan, Dermond m'Gilloduf 
O Sheaghnusa, Donogho M'Owen, of Feadan, Mohin M'Cunye, 
of same, Connor M'Clancliy, of Robartstown, Hibart Brown 
m'Edm. of Brownstown, Edm. Brown m'Hubert, of same, Rich, 
roe M'Coag, of Rathnameakan, Connor 0 Bruadar m'Donghye 
an garrain, Ricard Burk, of Dunsandell, Morogho m'Morris 
0 Keny, of Curragh, Dermot 0 Keny, of Dmisandell, William 
M'Gilla Ley, of Kilcuayn, Connor carrogh M'Gilla Ley, of same, 
John Alogha m'Edm. M'Vanie, of Knockrua, Eclm, m'Edm. 
M'Yanie, of same, John m'Rorye anRidye, of Kelluragh, Wm. 
m'Ricard OFay, of Keapagh na drisye, Sheran m'Wm. oge 
M'Cuag, of Broderstown, James M'Shean, of Court, Redmund 
riagh m'Wm. M'Fiagh, of Balindula, Shonag m'Tho. M'Fiagh, 
of same, Hugh 0 Kaneman Ledg, of Gallway, Redmund oge 
Burk, of Annaghbride, and Walter Ly Dolphimi, of Galweyle, 
in co. Galway. Security as in 897. — 19 Sept., xxiv. 

4081 (5721.) Pardon to Richard Ena, son of M'Redmond, of Clan- 
ricard, co. Galway, Gerald m'Shane oge, Shane M'Donnoghe, 
Donnell M'Bresaile, Teig M'Gilla Leigh, Rory M'Gillagh Leigh, 
Thomas meol M'Gilla Leigh, Donogh M'Gilla Leigh, Fynyn hoy, 
Thomas M'Huag, Redmund M'Huag, Derbie Tolowan, Teig 
O Coyn, Brien 0 Coayn, Redmnnd more, Donogh O Fahy, Rory 
0 Hidia, Shane O Fahye, Moriertagh 0 Fahi, and Donough 
en droigher, all of the same place. — 19 Sept., xxiv. 

’ 4082 (3168.) Pardon to RyccardBourk m'Shane, of Dermaclaglmey, 
co. Galway, gent., Riccard Bourk m'Tho., of same, Redmund 
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582. Exants. — Elizabeth. 

roo M'Redmund, of Ballenduffy, Geoffrey M'Morishe, of Der- 
maclaehney , and Redmund M’Meyler, of Oreavbohyn, gentlemen 
Shane roo m'Moyler M'Ryccard, of same, Mellaughlyn reoghe, 
of the Ylandes, Brian M'Donill, of Suifyn, gent., Shane Bourke 
m Moyler, of Beaghe, yeoman, Edm. Bourk m'Reynolde, of 
Kylnemanaghe, Win. Bourk, of Beagh, horseman, Tybbot 
m Thomas, of Ballenduffy, Bheagh m’Thomas, of same, Henry 
nTThomas, of same, and Hebbert M’Ryccard, of Laekaghe 
gentlemen, Terence M‘Swyn», of Kilskeagh, Thady O Donelan 
of Ballendirre, gent., Ryccard m'Thomas, of same, Moyler 
M'Ullyck, of Milan m'Kegan, Wm. M'Walter, of same, and 
David roo 0 Trassy, of same, all in said county. Security as in 
897. At the request of sir N. Malbie, governor of Connaght — 
20 Sept., xxiv. 

4083 (3175.) Pardon to Roland Ewstace, of Yegoston, Edm. 
M'Teige, of same, Walter Creffe, of Killynen, Donogh MBonyl 
of Balliboght, James Ewstac, of Gyltons, Edm. Sex, of same’ 
Hugh m‘Edm. 0 Tole, of same, Shane m ‘Edm. OTole, of same, 
Laghlen 0 Skully, of Donada, Marion Ledwich, his wife, Anne 
og, of Galmorston, widow, Donogh og, of same, Philip M'Donyle, 
of same, Laghlen M'Donyl, of same, Wm. O Toman, of Kil- 
cullen, oo. Kildare, Wm. Ewstace, of Ballybrenan, (Eargagh 
0 Rono, of Balleneskorney, struck out), Tho. Ewstace, of Tob- 
berkevin, (J ohn Asbold, of Glasmoky, co. Dublin, struck out), 
Shane 0 Kenedy, Edm. Tagan, Mortagh Tagan, of Posickston, 
husb._, and Edw. Faye. Security as in 897, in cos. Kildare, 
Dublin, or Meath. Provision as in 3935. — 22 Oct., xxiv. 

4084 (3153.) Grant (under queen’s letter), to Adam, archbishop of 
Dublin, and Henry Wallop, knt., treasurer at wars ; of the office 
of lords justices. To hold during pleasure. With power to 
preserve the peace to all the queen’s lieges English and Irish, 
pu nishin g all who break it, according to the laws ; to make 
ordinances with the advice of the council for the government of 
the kingdom, to make proclamations of them, and punish those 
who disobey ; with the same advice to receive and pardon rebels 
suing for peace ; to attack and chastise rebels, and if need he to 
give their lands to others willing to serve the queen, reserving 
a yearly rent ; to pardon all crimes, treasons touching the queens 
person, and making false money, excepted ; to appoint to offices, 
during pleasure, the offices of treasurer, chancellor, snbtreasurer, 
justices of the Benches, chief baron, and master of the rolls 
excepted ; to present to all ecclesiastical benefices in the gift of 
the crown, the nominations of archbishops and bishops excepted ; 
to receive the fealty of archbishops and bishops and grant their 
temporalities; to receive homage of the queens tenants and 
subjects in her name, and grant livery of their lands ; to take 

■ necessary victual and carriage for the household and soldiers in 
any place, paying reasonable money ; to summon a parliament, 
the queens license being had, to prorogue and adjourn, and 
within two years to dissolve it; to require all accountable 
officers, the treasurer and vice treasurer excepted, to account 
before the Exchequer ; to cause enquiry to be made of forfeited 
lands concealed j and to do all other things by custom belonging 
to their office for the good rule and peace of the land. Also to 
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1582. Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

may have such fees as W. Drury, knt., or W. Pelham, knt. had. 

— 1 Nov. xxiv. 

4085 (3176.) Pardon to “Win. Yonge and John Sale, of Cashell, 
merchants, Edm. Flemynge, of same, yeoman, Tho. duff 
0 Kenegan, of same, artizan, David fitz Teige 0 Conell, of 
Synon, husbandman, Donogho O Kredan, of same, harper, Teige 
0 Quirke, of same, John riogh Lander, of Rathbritt, and Patr. 
Hackett, of Synon, husbandmen. Security as in 897. Pro- 
vision as in 3935. Pine 40s. from Yonge and Sale, and 20s. 
from each of the others. — 13 Nov., xxiv. 

40 86 (3203.) Pardon to Conlanus Mageoghegan, of Downoire, co. 
Westmeath, gent., Margery Mageoghegan alias Nugent, his wife, 
and Hugh Mageoghegan, his son. Security as in 897. This 
pardon not to cover the slaying of Rosse M'Geoghegan or the 
instigation to it. Pine £80. — -13 Nov., xxiv. 

40 87 (5667.) Grant of English liberty to Donald O Meare, of 
Lyssenosky, co. Tipperary, gent, and his issue. — 13 Nov., xxiv. 

40 88 (3385.) Grant to Rice Aphugh, of Carlingeford, gent. ; of the 
office of constable and keeper of the gaol and prisoners at St. 
Legers castle in Atherdie and elsewhere in the county Louth. 
To hold during pleasure, with a fee of £10. Wm. Clinch lately 
holding the office, under No. 3218, having for three years ne- 
glected to exercise it. — 19 Nov., xxv. 

40 89 (3397.) Grant to Robert Conwey, LL.D . ; of the office of one 
of the masters of Chancery. To hold during good behaviour, as 
in No. 680, as fully as James Stanehurst, late master or any- 
other held it. — 19 Nov., xxv. 

4090 (3475.) Lease (under queen’s instructions) to Andrew Creaghe 

English, fitz James, and Stephen White fitz Dominick, of Limerick, 

merchants ; of the impost on wines coming into Limerick and 
its havens. To hold for one year from the preceding Michaelmas. 
Rent, £520. The duties are those granted by 1 1 Eliz. sess. 4, ch. 1, 
which statute had expired. This lease recites that the queen 
of right and by her prerogative is to have certain customs on 
wines imported, which by her majesty’s commandment and 
proclamation, dated 18 Dec., xxi., are to be paid according to the 
limitation and order in that statute. — [1 Dec., xxv.] (See Audi- 
tor-Generals Patent Book 27, p. 10.) 

4091 (3433.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 29 Sept., xxiv.) to Rich. 

English. Synnott, of Ballibrenan, co. Wexford, esq. ; .of the manor of 

Rosegarlone, co. "Wexford, the castle and demesne lands, a chief 
rent of 18s. out of Ballienan, 18(7. out of Grenehill, 10s. out of 
Ballilenan, 18s. out of Clonekene, 11s. out of Rianston and 
Shewiston, 5s. from Wm . Rawcetor, late of Barge, out of Ivnock- 
toughter, 2s. out of Kmoekisshell, 5s. out of Yongeston, 5s. out 
ofHarveston, 1 2d. out of Paineston, 12 d. out of Gaines lande 
by Cullen, 6 d. out of Furlonge of Horeton’s lands, and out of 
a culverhouse there, 3 d. from Redmund of the Hoke, out of Clon- 
fadde, 3s. out of Clomakerane, 20s. from Walter Brian out of the 
Graunge and Ballenan, 20s. out of Rospoile, the lands of 
Mountaineston, Loughton, Slobiston, Maudleneston, Ballysenan, 
Ballidonne, Balmahannock, tlie Hocke, S. Nymock, 6 d. chief 
rent out of a house in Clomyne, a mil l in Ballilamion, and lands 
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determination of No. 916. Rent £16 12s. 9cJ. In consideration 
of Inis having received no benefit of the premises during the last 
wars. — 3 Deo., xxv. 

4092 (3415.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 29 Sept., xxiv.) to Rich. 
English. Sin n ot, of [Ballibrenan], co. Wexford, esq. ; of certain parts of 

Dengin, Kilmolaughe, and Garryneskie alias Garreheskie in 
O Morroes country, and certain customs as in 3784 ; the friary 
and manor of Eniseorthie as in 3785. To hold for 40 years 
from the determination of the interests in being. Rent ,£58 17s. 
0 d. Maintaining two English horsemen. In consideration of 
his having received no benefit from the premises during the late 
wars, from their adjoining the rebels. — 3. Dec,, xxv. (Cal. P. R. 
p. 90.) 

4093 (3464.) Lease (under queen’s instructions) to Rich Strange 
English, and John Loker, of Waterford, merchants ; of the impost on 

wines co min g into Waterforde and Rosse and their havens ; as in 
4090. To hold for one year from the preceding Michaelmas. 
Rent £700 English. — 5 Dee., xxv. 

4094 (3473.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 29 Nov., 1579), to 
English. Ambrose Eorthe, D.O.L., master in chancery ; of land in Clone- 

gorman, co. Meath, (leased in Wo. 1171) ; the tithes of corn, hay, 
and furze of Kilrowe, co. Meath, (leased in No. 1731) ; the 
rectory of Killagh, co. Kilkenny, (leased by No. 3056.) To hold 
for 21 years from the determination of the terms in being. 
Rent £7 6 s. 8 d. Not to charge coyne. — 6 Dec., xxv. 

40 95 (3396.) Grant to Andrew Elemynge ; of the office of porter 
English, of the castle of Oarriekfergus. To hold during pleasure, with 
such fees as John Cadowgan lately had. — 6 Dec., xxv. 

40 96 (3635.) Pardon to John Power, lord of Corraghmore, Richard 
and Peter Power, esquires, his sons, Christopher Wise, late 
sheriff of co. Waterford, Rob. Power fitz Edm. of Monkesland, 
John Power fitz Edm., of same, Mahound O Brean m'Donogho, 
of Ballvolow, horseman, Geoffrey Power fitz Walter, of Clone, 
kem, John Rothe Cliragh fitz Tho., of Ballovelik, horseman, 
Rich. Power fitz Wm., of Kilcartan, Edm. Rothe Power fitz 
John, of same, Tho. Power fitz John, of same, Donogh 0 Comil 
fitz David, of Kilbrak, Geoffrey 0 Conill alias Shaghtee, of same, 
his brother, Daniel garr 0 Phelan, of same, David Power fitz 
Rob., of Rathgormog, Walter Power fitz Rob., of same, Maurice 
Power fitz Rob., of same, Tirlagh O Brean fitz Ardlon, of Kil- 
brake, kern, John Power fitz Wm., late of Breanan, yeoman, 
Edm. 0 Brean, of Kihnanehm, kern, Philip fitz Rory begg 
O Loneregan, of same, Carroll fitz Edm. M'Donill, of same, and 
James Boice alias Wayes, of Newton, yeomen, John bane Power 
fitz Nich., of Kilmedan, in said co., and Rich. Butler fitz 
James, of Polekery, co. Tipperary, kerns, and James -Morris, of 
same, horseman. — 8 Dec., xxv. 

40 97 (5502.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 1 Sept., xxiv.) to 
Katherine Sutton, widow of David Sutton, lately attainted ; of a 
pension of £50 Eng lish, out of her husband’s possessions, for life. 
— 11 Dec., xxv. 

4098 (3417.) Commission to Bavnaby Googe, gent., provost marshal 
English, in the province of Oonoght and Thomond ; to execute martial 
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1582. Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

40 99 (3608.) Pardon to Piers Shortall, of S. Martyns, co. Kil- 
kenny, gent., and Katherine ny Weny, -widow. Security as in 
897. At the suit of N. White, master of the rolls, 'justice 
Walshe, Edm. Butler, Bich, Shee, and Bob. Booth. — 20 Dec., - 

XXV". 

4100 (3465.) Lease (under queen’s instructions) to Edm. Frenche 
English. and. Anthony Lynehe fitz Marks, of Galwey, merchants ; of the 

impost on wines coming into Galwey, or any haven belonging to 
it ; as in 4090. To hold for one year from the preceding Michael- 
mas. Bent £1000 English. — 31 Dec., xxv. 

1582-3. 

4101 (6013.) Surrender by Henry Warren, of Ballibritten, esq., 
assignee of Gerald Fitzgeralde, gent. ; of land in Lienneruarren, 
land this side the ford of Ballim'wiUiam, and land in Cloughe- 
loughane, King’s co. ; held under lease No. 3537 . — Dated 1 
Jan., xxv. 

4102 (3431.) Appointment (under queen’s letter, 8 Nov., xxiv.) of 

English. Tho., earl of Ormond and Ossory ; to be lord general and gover- 
nor of the province of Mounster, in the absence of the lord deputy, 
or other chief governor. With power to invade and punish, by 
all ways, manifest traitors and rebels, as well Gerald, late earl 
of Desmond, as any other, and all who adhere to them ; to treat 
and grant protections for two months (the earl of Desmond ex- 
cepted) ; to assemble and command the queen’s subjects and 
forces there, to take victual for them without oppression, paying 
ready money, also to take post horses and carriages, carts and 
gamins ; to execute martial law at discretion, and do all other 
things he may devise for the queen’s service ; also to wage spies 
and messengers. — 6 Jan., xxv. 

4103 (3380.) Grant to John Gibbs, of Waterford, yeoman; of the 

English, office of marshal and crier of all the queen’s courts to be held in 

the counties of Waterford and the Crosse of Tipperary. To hold 
during pleasure, receiving the usual fees from all prisoners com- 
mitted to his charge. He is within two months to give security 
to be answerable for escapes of prisoners committed to him. — 
8 Jan., xxv. 

4104 (3447.) Pardon to John Delawaye, soldier. — 8 Jan., xxv. 

4105 (3421.) Commission to sir Warham Sentleger, knt. ; to exe- 

Engiish. cute martial law in the province of Moimster; as in 218. 14 

Jan. xxv. 

4106 (3615.) Pardon to Gregory Bigges, gent., late lieutenant to 
Wm. Morgan, knt. — 17 Jan., xxv. 

4107 (3607.) Pardon to Teige OHogayne, of Boughillan, Wm. 
Costyn, of Ballyerynayn, Gerald M'Bobisteon, of Ballym'cody, 
Bich. M'Qerod, of BaUemikery, Maurice oge, of Ballyntample, 
John O Hea alias Swysonda, of Ballynulloy, John Brehnagh (?), 
of Ballynknoyke, Bich. Boan, of Gloyn, John Eitz James, of 
same, Tho. Eitz Edmond, of Ballyncorlea, Nich. Stanton, of Kil- 
doneghoboy, Matthew O Kissayn, of the Spittell, Donogho 
O Kissayne, of Bostiellayne, David Eitz John, of Killmeawe, 
Teige M’Donogho, of Ballynybrihnagk, John Hobbuge, of 
Youghill, Maurice O Downy, of Ballymaceaurike, Maurice 
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of Corckbege. Security as in 897, in co. Cork. At tlie suit of 
John fitz Eclmond. — -20 Jan., xxv. 

4108 (3610.) Pardon to JohnCareue, of Garry voy, Wm. Fitz David, 
of Kilbry, Wm. Fitz Gerod alias Dorogkan, of Kilcroyn, Peter 
Gorst, of Catkerlagh, Edm. Fitz James, of Rostrellayn, Maurice 
DufFe, of Ballymaccody, John Boie, of same, Donoghoe Dahill, 
of the Spittell, Teige M'Cormucke, of same, Pick. Kenyfeke, of 
Rynkenyfeke, Wm. duffe Pryndergast, of Ballycottyn, Donogho 
0 Kissayn, of same, David MSSleyny, of Ballygeany, James 
0 Dea, of same, John oge 0 Dea, of same, Redmimd Magner, of 
Aghady, Edm. Fitz Morice, of Garrymore, Donyll M £ Davy, of 
Garrankenyfeky, James Fitz Gerod, of same, and David M/Gerod, 
of same. Security as in 897, in co. Cork. At tlie suit of J ohn 
fitz Edmond. — 20 Jan., xxv. 

4109 (3611.) Pardon to Maurice ndThomas ny courty, Ph. Oguly, 
of Corckbege, chaplain, Gilbert Rany, of Bailyfyn, Wm. O Fla- 
van, Wm. 0 Kissayn, James Fitz John, Redmund Fitz John, 
David Fitz John, of the same, Dermot or Derby O Kissayn, of 
Kilmaccakill, Edm. Fitz Davy, oi Ballynybreghnagk,. Tho. 
M £ Teige, of Cahirmony, John M c Teige, of same, John Virling, of 
same, Tho. Poer, of the Dovme, Ph. Kyssayn, of the Spittell, 
John Fitz Thomas, of same, Wm. O Kelly, of same, Rich. 
M £ Thomas, of Ballynrostige, Maurice Fitz Thomas, of same, and 
Wm. OSpellayn, of same. Security as in 897, in co. Cork. At 
the suit of John fitz Edmond. — 20 Jan., xxv. 

4110 - (3613.) Pardon to Wm. ny tra, of Corckbegg, Tho. Fitz 
Morice, of Aghady, Oyn duffe, of Trabollugan, Tho. 0 Felan, of 
same, Gerald boy, of Balynteampuyll, Wm. m ‘Thomas dynky, of 
Ballymackaurike, Maurice oge O Downy, of same, J ohn fitz Edm. 
Gerald, of Cahirmony, Gerald fitz Eclm., of Ballycrynayn, Edm. 
oge, of Rynmobily, James O Doulea, of Cloyn, Tho. geancagh, of 
Inshynycranagh, Tho. 'V’irling, of Cloyn, Rich. Fitz Davy, of 
same, John Fitz Davy, of Ballyhonake, James Fitz Richard, of 
Kilbry, James Kenyfeke, of Cahirmony, John Poer, of Cloyn, 
and James Condon, of Corckbegg. Security as in 897, in co. 
Cork. At the suit of John fitz Edmond. — 20 Jan., xxv. 

4111 (3632.) Pardon to Tho. O Flavan, of Carrigacoty, John 

0 Dready, of same, Gerald Fitz Richard, of Garrymore, Edm. 
Lacy, of Bally[ 1, Edm. Lea, of Cloyn, Melaghlen M‘Hue, of 
Ibaon, Tho. Poer, of Ballynlondra, Gerald M £ William, of Bally- 
cottyn, Edm. Tyrry, of Carrigtuohill, tficb. Browne, of Kynsale, 
Conor O Kyf, Tho. Fitz Edmond, of Brytfieldeston, Helena ny 
Eanion, of same, Rob . Magner, Diermot 0 Leyn, Mastyn M £ Piers, 
Wm. Shynan, of Downeraill, Edm. m £ Morish Duligh, Tho. 
M'Gilyf, of Cloyn, Anor nyn Eamon, of Balligarvan, and Shily 
nyn Eamon, of Downe, Security as in 897, in co. Cork. At 
the suit of John fitz Edmond. — 20 Jan., xxv. # 

4112 (5501.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 16 May, xxiv.) to John 
FitzGerald alias fitz Edmond, of Clone, co. Cork, gent, j of an 
annuity of 100 marks, for life. Ri consideration of his being 
deprived of his goods by the archrebel J ames fitz Mguish, and 
of his services against the rebels. — 31 Jan., xxv. 

4113 (3112.) Grant of custodiam to John Miaghe, of Cork, esq., 
second justice of Munster; of the castle of Carrigynedy, with a 
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and Kilvinyty, co. Cork, in the queen’s hands by the attainder 
of John 0 Mlawny, of Carrigynedy. To hold for three years, 
rendering the true value according to an extent. On the security 
of James Rian and Walter Plunkett, of Dublin, gentlemen. At 
Dublin, 2 Feb., xxv. 

4114 (3413.) Grant of custodiam to Nich, White, of Great Connall. 
co, Kildare, master of the rolls ; of the lands of Moryshtonbiller) 
Cornelscorte, and Moryston Moynagh, co. Kildare, in the queen’s 
hands by attainder of Maurice Eustace, of Gastelxnarten, and 
David Sutton, of Castelton. To hold for three years, and so 
from three years to three years to the end of 15 years, rendering 
the true value according to the extent. On the security of Rob. 
Bisse and J ames Ryan, of Dublin, gentlemen. At Dublin, 2 
Feb., xxv. 

4115 (3609.) Pardon to James Nogill, of Dongarvan, co. Water- 
ford, burgess, and provost of the town, Mich. Hoare, Peter 
Hoare, Philip Nopll, Philip Mac Craghe fitz Rorie, Edm. 
Mansfild, John Hoare fitz Matthew, and Gilbert Nogle, of the 
same, burgesses, Tho. Brenaghe, of same, husbandman, John 
Conil, of same, goldsmith, Patr. White, of same, clerk, Mich. 
Hoare fitz John, Walter White, Philip Barrie, of same, yeomen, 
Thady 0 Morysy, of same, butcher, Henry Mansfild, Tho’. 
White, and Nich. Fitz John, of same, fishermen, John Hoare fitz 
Mich, of same, yeoman, Rickerd O Mulcahel alias Malehe, John 
O Mulcahel, and Patr. Goghe, of same, yeomen, Tho. Kerreyghan, 
Thady O Curryn, Maurice Landon, Rob. Davies, Wm. Hussey’ 
George Collin, John Kerreyghan fitz Rich,, and Wm. Gorecan, of 
same, fishermen, John Bane, of same, husb., James Oonal,’ of 
same, yeoman, Edm, Kerreighan, and Dionysius Seat, of same, 
fishermen, Wm, Murphie, of same, yeoman, Peter White of 
same, butcher, Cornelius Currin, Tho. Solevan, of same, fisher- 
man, Cornelius Collin, Rich. Mansfild, of same, hush., Wm. 
Fitz John, of same, shoemaker, David Currin, and Tho. Gorman 
of same, fishermen, James 0 Moelin, Edm. 0 Moelin, Thady boy 
0 Fowloe, and Donald Currin, of same, and David 0 Dorimie of 
Ologhley, in same co., yeomen, Edm. Grace, of Waterford, horse- 
boy, John Magner, of Dongarvan, James Magner, Rich. Jurdan 
Nich. Magner, Wm. Magner, Tho. Magner, James Jurdan, Wm’. 
Currin, Patr. Hoare fitz Edm., Rob. Hoare fitz Edm., and Wm. 
Brenagh, of same, fishermen, Nich. White, of same, mariner, 
Tho. M‘Koan, of same, “ surgent,” Henry Tobin fitz Morish, of 
same, burgess, Milo or Miles Barron, of Kilmedan, same co., 
gent., Morriertagh 0 Coyn, of same, yeoman, Philip 0 Hamy ’ 
John OHarny, and Thady O Hamy, of Castleerodocke, co. 
Waterford, yeomen, Rich. Brenaghe fitz John fitz Wm., late of 
the same, alias of Kilmoog, co. Kilkenny, husb., and Onoria 
his wife, Edm. Englishe, of Dongarvan, fisher, Matthew Hoare 
fitz John, of same, John Deanies, of same, yeoman, Edw. Stevens 
of same, gent., Rich. White, of same, mariner, John ODowne’ 
of same, carpenter, Amelina O Colan, of same, wife of Mich! 
Hoare, Wm. 0 Moleghan, John Karell, of same, shoemakers, 
Margaret Brenaghe, of same, spinster, John Go we, of same, 
smith, John Roche, of same, butcher, Tho. Morise fitz Gerald, of 
same, yeoman, Tho. Gou, Rich. More, Philip Neale, Thady oge 
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Brenaghe, and Tho. Bane, of same, fishermen, and all other 
persons dwelling in the town and liberties of Doungarvan. Pro- 
vided that the pardon shall be of no effect for the inhabitants of 
Dongarvan, unless such of the leading inhabitants as N. Walshe, 
chief justice of the province of Munster, shall accept, shall within 
two months enter into recognizance in £1, 000, to erect a stone wall 
16 feet high, and 4, or at least, 3 feet thick, or a sufficient deep foss 
with a high bank round the western part of the town where the 
queen’3 castle is situate. — 7 Beb., xxv. 

4116 (3446.) Grant (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to John 
Kirbe and John Beck, gent. ; of the wardship and marriage of 
Matthew, son and heir of Tho. Feild, of Dublin, merchant, uncle 
and heir of Richard, son and heir of Rob. Feild, late of Gulduf, 
co. Dublin, gent. ; and custody of his lands. To hold during 
minority. Rent £3. Retaining £3 for maintenance of the 
minor. The extent of the lands amounts to £14 6s. 8 d., of 
which is allotted to Reise Reilie for jointure 100s., beside half 
the grain of the mill. Fine £5. — 8 Feb., xxv. 

4117 (3535.) Pardon to George Cowly, esq., Henry Warren, gent., 
¥m. Dixon, Wm. Breerton, Tho. Kelson, Ohr. Pratt, George 
Huson, John Parker, Geoffrey Leynaghe, Dorren ny Murchan, 
Peira Leynaghe, Tho. Leynaghe, Walter Albanaghe, Daniel 
Conran, John a Dulen, Peter Tomson, John O Beaghan, John 
Doran, and Rich. Bermingham, of the barony of Carbry, co. Kil- 
dare, gent. — 11 Feb., xxv. 

4118 (3401.) Appointment of Rob. Longeand Wm. Chadertonj to 
English, oversee all leather tanned throughout Ireland, under the statute 

11 Eliz., ch. 2, which had of long time been neglected. They 
are to receive a penny for each hide sealed. The liberties of the 
archbishop of Dublin excepted. — 14 Feb., xxv. 

4119 (3418.) Commission to Charles 0 Caroll, chief of his name ; 
English, to execute martial law in the country of Ely O Caroll, as in 218. 

— 20 Feb., xxv. 

4120 (3614.) Pardon to Charles O Caroll, of Leayvanan, chief of 
his name, Owney O Caroll, Ms brother, and Donogh O Dulchantie, 
of Lemyvanan, gent. Security as in 897, in King’s co. — 20 
.Feb., xxv. 

4121 (5500.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 17 Nov., xxv.) to Wm. 
English. Kendal, of Donboyne, co Meath ; of a pension of 18<A sterling 

a day, till he shall be preferred for life in the room of one of the 
pensioners of like pension that shall first die. In consideration 
of his 37 yeara service. — 21 Feb., xxv. 

41 22 (3626.) Pardon to John Walshe, of monastery of Wony, gent., 
Edrn. Walshe, of same, gent., Brien m'Gillyduff, Donnogh 
m'Gillyduffe, sons of M'Tyrell, of Inchemore in Dowharry, Edm. 
moyle m'Philip O Dwyer, of Lysnylie, Stephen Gowle, of the 
Hospitall, yeoman, Edm. Butler fitz Theobald, of the Ruyskagh, 
and Tho. fitz Edm. Walshe, kern. Security as in 897, in co. 
Limerick. — 25 Feb., xxv. 

4123 (6499.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 11 Feb., xxv.) to John 
Cusake, of Ellestonreade, gent. ; of a pension of 3s. English a 
day, for life. — 12 March, xxv. 

4124 (3461.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 9 Feb., xxv.) to James 

English. Golde, gent., queen’s attorney in Mounster ; of the site of the 

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friars of the redemption of captives, with appurtenances as in 
No. 1143 ( but Ballefynter is written BaUinfynter) ; the house of 
friars of S. Augustin of Adare ; the abbey of Nenagh ; and the 
monastery of S. Katherine’s alias Monaster of KaUlagh; with 
their appurtenances, all in co. Limerick. To hold for 40 years. 
Kent, ,£22 17s. 8 cl. Maintaining Wo English horsemen. Not 
to charge coyne. Fine 20s. — 15 March, xxv. 

1583. 

4125 (345S.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 1 Sept., xxiv.) to James 
English. Yaghan, gent. ; of the eastle of Brnkill, lands in Enhill, Boretle 
and Kilcack, co. Kildare, with common of pasture on the King’s 
more alias the Hethe more, land in Tobberrogan adjoining 
Johneston, oo. Kildare, possessions of James late vise, of Baltin- 
glasse, attainted. To hold for30years. Rent,39s.8d. Maintaining 
two English horsemen. Provisions as in 2970. — 27 March, xxv. 

41 26 (3467.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 1 Sept., xxiv.) to James 
English. Yaughan, gent. ; of the lands of Abbottestowne, co. Dublin, 
parcel of the lands of James, late vise, of Baltinglas, attainted. 
To hold for 30 years. Kent, 53s. Provisions as in 2970. — 
27 March, xxv. 

41 27 (3468.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 1 Sept., xxiv.) to James 
English. Yaughan, gent. ; of the sixth part of the custom of all cattle 
sold on the green of the town of the Naas co. Kildare, parcel of 
the possessions of James, late vise, of Baltinglas, attainted; a 
water mill near Ladiecastell called the stone mill, and land in 
Moristonmoinaghe, co. Kildare, parcel of the possessions of 
David Sutton, attainted ; a castle, 12 messuages with gardens, 
and a mill, in the Naas, possessions of Thomas Ewstace, late of 
Cardeston, attainted. To hold for 30 years. Rent, £6 7s. 8 cl. 
Provisions as in 2970. — 28 March, xxv. 

4128 (3419.) Commission to Miler, archbishop of Cashell and 
English, bishop commendatory of Lismore and "Waterford, Wm., bishop 

of Rosse Oarbery and. Cork, sir Rob. Dillon, knt., chief justice 
of the Common Pleas, sir Anthony Colckloghe, knt., sir Warliam 
Sentleger, knt., Edw. Brabizon, esq., and David Cleare, dean of 
Waterford and Kilkenny; to be commissioners associate to 
those of the high commission for ecclesiastical causes, No. 3698. 
— [7 April, xxv.] Recited in a subsequent Jiant. 

4129 (3452.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 1 Sept., xxiv.) to James 
English. Yaughan, gent. ; of the lands of Rathefernan, Ballintegert, and 

Ballicrean alias Ballicraghe, the castle and lands of Tobber, with 
a common of pasture called the Warde of Tobber, co. Dublin, 
possessions of James Ewstace, late vise, of Baltinglas, attainted, 
and an old castle and lands in Loggitreyny alias Loghtreny. To 
hold for 30 years. Rent, £15 13s.- Provisions as in 2970. — 
18 April, xxv. 

4130 (3405.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 11 Feb., xxv.) to Anthony 
Hungerford, esq., one of the captains ; of the office of constable 
of the, castle of Dongarvan, co. Waterford. To hold during good 
behaviour, with fee of 4s. a day, 6 d. a day for each of three 
archers, and 8d. a day for each of 15 footmen, as fully as Henry 
Davels, deceased, or Wm. Morgan held the ofhee. — 20 April, xxv. 

4131 (3420.) License to George Arglas, of Dublin ; to exercise in 
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tennis, bowling, and other pastimes for all resorters, without 
impeachment of any of the queen’s officers. Arglas had joined 
with Iho. Quycke, deceased, at great charges in erecting a tennis 
court and bowling alley for the recreation of the nobility and 
gentlemen of the city. — 24 April, xxv. 

4132 (3624.) Pardon to Dowlin m‘Breiiie Cavanagh, Brian 
m'Donell m'Donogh Cavanagh, Cahir Cavanagh m'Donogh oge, 
Donogh reogli m'Mortagh 0 Doule, Owin m'Donell O Dowle 
m'Moriertagh, Ferdoragh 0 Doule m'Oonoghor, Donald owre 
0 Doule, his brother, John duff m'Dermot 0 Doule, Tirlogh roe 
m'Donell O Morogho, Owin roe 0 Morogho, Derrnot carragh 
m'Donell roe 0 Morgho, Echn. reagh m'Donogh more 0 Morgho, 
Dowlin duff M'Gerald, Cahir carragh m'Owen 0 Morgho, James 
duf m'Owen, Arthur m'Teig 0 Morgho, Morogli m'Cahir 
0 Dowle, Melaghlin m'Shane Meranagh, Mortagh m'Art 
0 Morogho, Donogh m'Eyf hwoy, Nele carragh, Innory ennyn 
Mortagh oge, John roe O Morgho, Edm. duff OTumold, Teige 
M'Mortagh, Owin M'Donogh, Rob. M'Edmond, Dermot 
M'Edmond, Teige m'William Carde, Maurice m'Dermot 
M'Mortagh, Edm. roe m'Mortagh m'Donill 0 Dole, Eif m'Donill 
gancagh 0 Dole, Cahir m'Brein Cavanagh, Wm. m'Teig 
M'Donill, Cahir m'Bren m'Dermot owre, and Edm. M'Crephin. 
Security as in 897, in co. Wexford. — 24 April, xxv. 

4133 (5588.) License to Tho. Wadding, of Waterford, gent., and 
the occupiers of the ferry of Waterford, and of Coldbeckes m ill ; 
to alienate to any of English nation, the said ferry and mill, and 
the rectory of Thomaston, held under grants to George Wyse 
and Anthony Power. — 26 Ap. xxv. 

4134 (3438.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 11 Feb. xxv.) to Mary 
Travers, wife of James Eustace, late vise, of Baltinglas, attainted ; 
of the lands of Carrikbrenan alias Mohkton, Newton, Cornels- 
court, Boieston, Humfreston, Russelston, and Tullaghferries, co. 
Dublin, Great Grange, co. Kildare, and all other lands which the 
said late viscount held in right of, or jointly with, the said Mary. 
To hold for the life of the said late viscount. Rent £3. — 27 
April, xxv. 

41 35 (3469.) Lease (under queen’s instructions,) to Rob. Coppinger 
English, of Corke, merchant ; of the impost on wines coming into Corks 
and its havens; as in 4090. To hold for one year from the 
preceding Michaelmas. Rent £500 English.— [27 April, 1583], 
(See Auditor-GmeraVs Patent Book, 15*^. 64.) 

4136 (3612.) Pardon to Wm. 'Synot, of Waterford.— 29 April, xxv. 

4137 (3448.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 14 March, xxv.) to John 
Burke, esq. ; of the dignity of baron of Letrim in the country of 
Cianricard, in Connaught. To hold in tail male. — 30 April, 

XXV. 

4138 (3410.) Grant to Rich. Colman, gent. ; of the office of chief 
remembrancer of the Exchequer, and keeper of the records there. 
To hold during good behaviour ; with such fees as Roger Man- 
waringe or any other had. Under queen’s letter, 11 March, xxv., 
(Cal. P. R., vol. ii., p. 39), by virtue of which he may not he re- 
moved, except on just cause proved before the council in Ireland, 
by them certified to the council in England, and by them allowed. 
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4139 (5841.) Commission to Tho. Jones, dean of S. Patrick’s, 
Dublin, Ambrose Forth, ll.d, John. Ball, master of Chancery, 
Henry Ussher, archdeacon of Dublin, and Rich. Tompson, 
treasurer of S. Patrick’s, as delegates ; to hear an appeal from 
sentences of Miler, archbishop of Cashel, and bishop commenda- 
tory of Lismore and Waterford, against John Prendergast, 
prebendary of Mora, and James Ronane, vicar of Ardfenan and 
Neddanes, diocese of Lismore.— 2 May, xxv. 

4140 (3617.) Pardon to Ricard Bourke, of Rahalle, Ricard Bourke, 
of Nentenan, gent., Donell oge M'Cnauyne, Donell hegg 
M’Cnavin, Feragh kyttagh M'Donell, Cahall M'Shean, Donell 
doragh M'Shean, GEleduSe M'Shean, Wm. M'TJllicke, Rechn. 
0 Ferralla, Wm. 0 Ferra, Cornelius O Fahy, clerk, Wm. earragh 
M'Diermot, Hugh M'Tirrelagb, Donogh M'Owly, Connell 
M'Edmond, Moragh 0 Tressy, GiHeduffe M'Ricard, Hugh 
M'Owly, Fergananim M'Rorie, Gilleduff M'Donnogh, Tibbot 
Bourke, Colla M'Swyn, Donnagh oge OMolgeyhe, Tumoltagh 
0 Tressy, Teig og 0 Mulgehy, Shean M ‘Hubert, Hubert m'Shean, 
Awlanus or Owly ' 0 Logliin, clerk, James oge M‘Coughlan, 
James og m‘ James Leonagh, Owney O Fahy, and Moragh 
M'Diermot, of the co. Galwey. Security as in 897. — 3 May, xxv. 

4141 (6208.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 9 Feb., xxv.) to Theo- 
bald Butler, of Chaier abas Chaierdo-wneyske, co. Tipperary, 
and the heirs male of his body ; of the dignity of baron of Chaier 
alias Chaierdowneyske ; and to support the dignity a rent of 
£15 out of Inyslawnaglit, grange of Inyslownaght, Bally- 
hortelye, Kilmolashe, Grangehirwey, Loghtiierraghe, Kil- 
moerery, and Clonmell, co. Tipperary, Kilnemack and Glanwedan, 
co. Waterford, belonging to the late monastery of Inyslownaght, 
Chaier, Kilmelagh, New grange, Great grange, and Knokehelly, 
co. Tipperary, belonging xo the late monastery of Chaier, which 
had been granted to his uncle, Thomas, late baron of Chaier on his 
creation (Jiant No. 338, Hen. Till.) To hold to him and his heirs 
male being barons of Chaier. — 6 May, xxv. (Cal. P. R. p. 56). 

4142 (3399.) Grant to Rob. Conwaye, ll.d.-; of the office of one 
of the masters of Chancery. To hold during good hehavioui', as 
in 4138 ; with such fees as Rob. Garvey had. Powers as in No. 
680. — 6 May, xxv. 

4143 (3636.) Pardon to Rich. Poore, of Kilmedan, son of Rob. 
Poore, of same, Tho. Poore fitz John, of Kilkart[ ], Maurice 
Poore fitz Walter, of Kilmedan, Bdm. I Kynelle fitz Wm, 
Katherine Poore, of Castelton, Edm. Poore fitz Philip, of Kil- 
woryne, Rich. Poore, of Downe[ ], Wm. OMoriertagh abas 
Carragh, of Kilmedan, J ohn O Kelly, of Rathmoylan, curate, 
Dorbe fitz John leagh, of Newton, carpenter, Tho. Poor fitz Rich, 
of Down[ ]. Security as in 897, in co. Waterford. — 7 
[May?] xxv. 

4144 (3406.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 30 Ap. 1582) to Rowland 
ArgaE, gent. ; of the office of clerk of the council in the provinces 
of Connaught and Thomond. To hold during good behaviour, 
with a fee of £20, as fully as Edw. White held it. — 8 May, xxv. 

4145 (3388.) Grant to Phelym 0 Moloye, of Barneboy, King’s co., 
gent., chief of his name ; of the office of captain of the country of 
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and profits heretofore belonging to the captain and not repugnant 
to the laws. — 10 May, xxv. 

4146 (3395.) Appointment of Rob. Longs, gent. ; to oversee all 
English, leather tanned throughout Ireland, as in 4118. — 10 May, xxv. 

4147 (3422.) Commission to the baron of Lowth, Tho., primate of 

Armagh, John Bedlowe, knt., George Plunkett, of Bewly, esq., 
Rob. Taffe, of Cookeston, Ckr. Bedlowe, sheriff of Louth, John 
Barnwell, of Termanfeccan, Patr. Dowdall, of same, Rob. Barne- 
walle, of Rahesker, Clinton, of the Water, Roger Gallon, 

of Donany, Nich. Taffe, of Balbrogorn, Peter Taffe, of Allareston, 
Rob. Taffe, of Ookeston, and Rich. Taffe, of Aclare; to be commis- 
sioners of musters in the oo. of Louth, its crosses and marches ; 
to summon all the subjects of each barony, and them so mustered 
to assess in warlike apparel, arms, horses, horsemen and footmen, 
according to the quantity of their lands and goods, according 
to the ancient customs and laws of the kingdom and the instruc- 
tions of the lords justices. — 12 May, xxv. 

4148 (3423.) Commission to Adam, archb. of Dublin, chancellor, 
Chr., lord of Howtli, John Garvey, one of the council, Tho. 
Fitzwilliams, knt., John Bath, of Dromconrath, Edw. Fitzsymons, 
esq., Wm. Talbot, of Malahide, Chr. Cruse, of the Rail, John 
Finglas, of Tippersowle, Tho. Bealinge, John Baraewall, of 
Brymore, Gerald Plunckett, of the Graunge, Rich. Nettervile, of 
Kilsalghan, Gilbert Talbott, of Belgard, Edw. Baraewall, of 
Dromnoghe, Stephen Fitzwilliams, of Jobston, Simon Luttrell, 
of Luttrelston, James Cardif, of Donsynk, and John Walshe, of 
the Stanganaghe, gent. ; as in 41 47, for co. Dublin. —12 May, xxv. 

4149 (3424.) Commission to Chr., vise, of Gormansto'n, Tho., baron 
of Slane, Peter, baron of Trymleston, James, baron of Killin, Hugh, 
bishop of Meath, Rob. Dillon, Lucas Dillon, Edw. More, and Patr. 
Baraewall, knights, Rob. Bath, esq., Rich. Sedgrawe, Janies 
Dudall, Rich. Plonkett, esq., John Netervile, of Dowtb, Francis 
Bath, of Casshell, Tho. Talbot, of Dardeston, Rich. St. Lawrence, 
of Platten, Edw. Cusake, of Lesmolen, John Shevers, of Maceston, 
Simon Bamewell, Tho. Bealing, esq., Barford, of Kilrowe, Mich. 
Delahid, Alex. Barnwell, ofLaston, Hussey, ofGaltrym, Walter 
Hussey, Gerald Wesley* of the Dengan, Arthur Brewton, Patr. 
Nangle, of the Havan, Henry Duke, Barnaby Skurlocke, Walter 
Lynce, of Donowre, Roger Dillon, Mich. Cusake, Alex. Fitton, 
Patr. Betaghe, of Monaltie, Tho. Fleming, of Syddon, Alex. 
Plonkett, of Gibston, Tho. Fitz John, of Fianston, Edw. Plunkett, 
of Balrath, Chr. Plunkett, of Clonbrey, John Plonkett, of Loch- 
crewe, Rob. Plonkett, of Oldcastle, Tho. Plunkett, of Killallen, 
Rob. Barnwell, of Moylagh, Oliver Tuit, of Balliasney, Wm. 
Flemminge, of Stephenson, Patr. Whit, of Olongell, Wm. Teldon, 
of Rathfine, and Tho. Darsey, of Donowe; as in 4147, for co. 
Meath.— 12 May, xxv. 

41 50 (3425.) Commission to Henry Cowley, knt., Rich. White, of 
Connall, esq., Wm. Sarsfeld, knt., John Allen, of S. Woolstons, 
Remond Brymghame, sheriff, Tho. Aylmer, of Lion3, Peter fitz 
Ja., of Ballisonan, Walter Wesley, baron of Norragli, Tho. fitz 
■ Redmond, of Clonholg, Geraldfitz Philippe, of Allon, Wm. Sutton, 
of Tipper, Chr. Flattesbery, of Johnston, Tho. Brymyghame, of 
Donfertt, Tho. fitz Morishe, of Lackagh, John Eustace, of New- 
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1583. Rants. — Elizabeth. 

Hot. Longe, Wm. Browne, John Williams, of Poncheston, 
Bartholomew Longe, of Dirry, Tipper, of Tipperston, Edw. fitz 
Ja., of Blaekhale, Moriee Eustace, of Clongoweswood, Sutton, of 
Bichareston, Oliver Ougan, of Dwninghes, John Eustace fitz 
Edm. ; as in 4147, for co. Kildare. — 12 May, xxv. 

41 51 (3426.) Commission to Tho. Le Strange, of Ballimore, Tlio. 
Nugent, of Dardeston, Conley M'Geoghegan,. chief of his 
nation, Callogh O’Molaghlin, chief of his nation, John Terrell, of 
the Pace, Wm. Tuit, of Tuitston, Edw. Nugent, of Dissert, Rich. 
Nugent, of Donowre, Lawalen Nugent, of Dromcree, Ed. Nugent, 
of Brackline, Simon Petitt, of Iriston, Gerald EitzGeralde, Neil 
Mageoghegan, of Moycashel, Tho. Dillon, of Oanorston, Gerald 
m‘Shane EitzGerald, of Laraghe, Tho. Dalton, of Milton, Awley 
Magawley, chief of his nation, Edw. Nugent, of Martenton, John 
Tuite, of Breckagh, Oliver Tnite, of Moylin, Walter Darsy, of 
Rattyn, Arthur Darcye, of Grange, Edm. Darcye, of Redmon- 
deston, Walter Tirrell, of Clonmocle, Edm. Ledwich, of Cariek, 
MylerDeUamare, chief of hisnation, Walter Delamare, of Mofidde, 
Walter Tuit, of Joneston, Henry Dalton, of Dondonnell, James 
EitzGerrott, of Rathkieghe, Tho. M'Geoghegan, of Larrha, 
O Brenan, chief of his nation, Hubert Dillon, of Belanecloghnewe, 
Theobald Dillon, of Kyllenure, Wm. Magawle, of the Came, 
Gerald FitzSymons, of Tullenally, Richard Nugent fitz Tho., 
Rich. Dece, of Tarbeston, Walter Browne, of Kilpatrick ; as in 
4147, ior co. Westmeath. — -12 May, xxv. 

41 52 (3625.) Pardon to Callough m'Arte O Molloy, of Ballycowin, 
Donell m'Arte 0 Molloy, of same, Hugh oge 0 Molloy, of Bally- 
lcylvery, Tyrlagh m'Shane 0 Molloy, of Moyaghy, Cosny 
M'Kevan, of Ballynagh, Cosny m'Shane, of Moiaghy, Donell 
OMorysh, of Kilkennoeke, Tyrlagh M'Roxy, of Tollatoege, 
Tyrlagh M'Arte, of Ballyndrynan, Ouin M'Arte, of same, Donell 
M'Tyrlagh, of Loynally, Patr. M'Tyrrelagh, of Yerneheny, Brian 
O Molloy, son of the prior alias M'e prior, Brian m'Teige 
0 Molloy, of the Parke, Conn M'Perre, of Ballaboy, Neill 
M'Owen, of Ballyndrynan, Brian duffe M'Phaly, of Clowne, 
Tirlagh M'Brian, of Ballyntolghan, Cosny M'Bryan, of same, 
Brian M'Eerre, of Ballaboy, Hugh M'Ferre, of same, Art 
M ‘Ferre,- of same, Neill M'Hugh, of Balladrough, Hugh 
M'Kegane, of Clonkyne, Ouin M'Kegan, of same, Donagh bane 
O Cosely, of Killowryne, Maurice O Cosely, of same, Hugh 
0 Molloy, of Colcor, James 0 Kevan, of same, Tho. 0 Dowane, 
of same, Eerroll M'Colloy, of same, Brian O Floyne, of Coulcor, 
Ouin 0 Morysh, of Gortacorra, Edm. m'Hugh M'Edmond, of 
Collaghane, and Mewe ny Leyse his wife. Security as in 897, 
in King’s co. At the suit of George Cowley. — 15 May, xxv. 

4153 (3628.) Pardon to Brian 0 Daly, of Ballenarraglie, Katherine 
O Daly, of same, Hubert m'Edm. O Ferroll, of Killasson, Donald 
m'Edm. 0 Ferroll, of Ballinagh, Gerald mac Brien O Ferroll, of 
fchanclone, Donald 0 Ferrall, of Ballemacgillechrist, Melaghlen 
moile M'Gleve, of Longeford, Wm. M'Kiernan, of Clone, Cahill 
bane M'Gillechrist, of Tullo, Cahill M'William, of Whin. T e ige 
Mac Gillernewe, of same, Wm. O Morey, of Gealshaghe, Donogh 
O Mory, Shane 0 Mory, Donald O Mory, of same, Cahill duffe 
M'Gillechrist, of Bealamore, Manus roe Mac Gillechrist, of Beala- 
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0 Ferrall, of Larha, Brian mac Donell 0 Ferrall, of Coulcore, 
Shane Mac Master, of Sonnagke, Shane MacGillechrist, of 
Monescrevagli, Coghegry M‘Moreertagli, of Coulcorre, and 
Gonoghor O’Shenaghan, of Robenston. — 1 6 May, xxv. 

4154 (3382.) Grant to Bartholomew Russell, of Swords, gent. ; of 
the office of third justice of the Chief Place or Bench. To hold 
during pleasure, with the accustomed fees. — 26 May, xxv. 

4155 (3432.) License (under queen’s letter, last of Feb. xxv.) to 
English. Nich. Skiddie, of Corke ; to import from any country in league 

with the queen 60 tuns of wine free of impost, within three 
years from Michaelmas. In consideration of his great losses. 
Provided that he shall not sell any portion to rebels. This 
grant is to begin at Michaelmas next, for the custom of wine is 
farmed till then. — 26 May, xxv. 

41 56 (3389.) Grant to John Dongan, gent. ; of the office of second 
remembrancer of the Exchequer. To hold during good behaviour, 
as in 4138 ; with the accustomed fees. — 28 May, xxv. 

4157 (3409.) Grant to Rich. Kenney, gent. ) of the office of clerk 
of the first fruits or remembrancer of the first iruits tithes and 
twentieth parts of ecclesiastical benefices. To hold during good 
behaviour, as in 4138 ; "with the fee of £10. — 28 May, xxv. 

4158 (5842.) Commission to John Garvey, dean of Christ Church, 
Dublin, Thomas Jones, dean of S. Patrick’s, Ambrose Foortli, 
ll.d. , Henry TTsher, archdeacon of Dublin, and Richard Tom- 
son, treasurer of S. Patrick’s, as delegates j to hear an appeal 
from John Ball, A.M., ll.b., vicar general of Hugh, bishop of 
Meath, by Thomas Wackly, gent., farmer of the rectory of Havan, 
against Henry and Simon Roo, J ames and Thomas Barnwall, 
John Cona and James Martin. — 28 May, xxv. 

4159 (3645.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 20 Nov., xxv.), to Nich. 
Engiuh. Ailmer, of Dnllardeston, gent. ; of the preceptory and com- 

mandery of Killure, co. Waterford, the lands of Killure, and the 
rectories of Whalinge, Illanekene, Dromkannane, and Kilsaint- 
lawrenee, same co. , possessions of the late hospital of S. J ohn of 
Jemsalem in Ireland, as they were held by George Wyse, gent., 
deceased. To hold for 50 years, from the determination of Fo. 
3227. Rent £13 6s. 8 cl, part in com. Provisions as in 2970. — 
28 May, xxv. 

4160 (3470.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 11 Feb., xxv.) to John 
English. Cusake, of Ellestonreade, co. Meath, gent, ; of a castle and lands 

in Kar destone, co. Kildare, possessions of Tho. Ewstace, of 
Kardeston, attainted. To hold for 30 years. Rent, £10, to be 
set off against so much of his pension of 4s. [a day]. Main- 
taining one English horseman. Provision as in 2938.- — 29 May, 
xxv. 

4161 (3402.) Grant to George Harvie, gent. ; of the office of 
English, constable of the castle of Mariborough as in F o. 3482. To hold 

during good behaviour, as in 4138, with a fee of 2s. a day, and 
8 d. a day for each of 16 footmen. — 30 May, xxv. 

4162 (3455.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 11 Feb., xxv.) to Owen 
English. O Connell, of Dublin, gent, j of the lands of Newton of Clane, 

co. Kildare, parcel of the possessions of Edm. Ewstace, attainted. 
To hold for 31 years. Rent, £3 15s, Provisions as in 2970. — 
31 May, xxv. 

4163 (3481.) Pardon to Hugh gamgagii m‘Phelim O Bryne, of 
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1583. Fiants.— Elizabeth. 

of Balleroll, Gerald m'Hue 0 Byrne, of Portereshin, Gerald 
m'Hue O Byrne, of Balleduff, James m'Hue 0 Byrne, of Clon- 
mor, W"m. m'Hue 0 Byrne, of Clonmore, Bob. m‘Hue 0 Byme, 
of same, Dermot M'William, of Hackettston, liusb., Morougho 
M ‘Manus, Donell M'Dermot, and Philip M'William, of same, 
husbandmen, Gerald M'Moyleshaghlin, of Tonbee, Teig M'Shane, 
of same, husb., Morogho M'Arte, of Glonlemane, Arte M'Dermot, 
of same, Wm. M'Dermot, of same, Morough M'Shane, of Crone- 
kipe, Teig M'Shane, of same, Bdm. boy m'Laighlin M'Kerrell, 
of Ballintle, Donell m‘Edm. M'Eerrell, son of the said Edmund, 
Teig m'Edm. M'Eerrell, of same, Morugh M'Donell, of Clon- 
more, Philip m'Melaghlin 0 Doule, of same, Shane m'Melaghlin 
0 Dule, of same, Dermot m'Melaghlin. 0 Dule, of same, Tlio. 
duff O Morgho, of Clonmore, Bich. O Lalor, of Portressing, Edm. 
ower 0 Morug, of Clonmor, Brian 0 Neille, of Clonmor, Shan 
m'Henry begg, of Chussan, Dermot og M'Edmund, of same, Art 
M'Tirlagh, of Coulerosse, James m'William ne boyle, of Ballen- 
roch, Donagh OPenelane, of Coulemane, Owin m'Arte O Nollan, 
of Clonmor, Morish boy, of same, Hugh m'Laghlin O Nollane, 
horseboy, and Morish O Kryane, of Clonmor, in eo. Carlow. Secu- 
rity as in 897. — 4 June, xxv. 

4164 (3629.) Pardon to Hugh duff M'Donell, of Knockrath, 
Margaret his wife, Arte m'Hugh duff, Edm. duff M'Donell, 
Sawe ny Donogh his wife, Donogh m'William geyre, Bob. Wolle, 
Maurice M'Tege, Tirlagh more M'Dermot, of the Brit[ J, 
Donell m'Tege bedd, Patr. 0 Kelle ; Shane 0 Kelle, Morgh 
O Kelle, Malaghlenm'Dermot geier, Gilpatrick oge M ‘Gilpatrick, 
Shane dory M'Ferganen, Edm. M'Gillychyna, Walter Betaghe, 
Wm. OGowen, Patr. M'Gillyohienook, Gerald Bely, Hugh 
O Kenge, Shane karragh M'Tege, Shane Bono, John Wolle, 
Donagh duff, of Balyauly, Malaghlen m'Tege 0 Kelly, hush., 
Patr. m'Donell more, Hugh M'Walter, Tege O Morone, Gerald 
M'Malaghlen, Wm. boy M'Phillipp, Hugh carragh M'Phillipp, 
Patr. Owore M'Fergananen, Derraot M'Dermott, Callagh 
m'Morgh m'Edm. 0 Birn, Wm. M'Fergananen, Laghlen 
m'William duff, Henry m'Shane Tirry, Geraid duff M'Donagh, 
Patr. 0 Dowling, Gylles ny William, Moriertagh ley M'Donell, 
Shane ballagh m'Morgh, and Dermot geyre. Security as in 897, 
in cos. Dublin, Kildare, or Carlow, — [4 ?]. June, xxv. 

4165 (3627.) Pardon to Mulmora 0 Bely, Cahill O Sherkott, of Old 
castell, clerk, Hugh m'Brian O Belie, of Loghrawyre, John 
0 Belie, of Lyshle, Hugh O Bely, of Aghendrowe, Edm. m'Brian 
O Belie, of Ballihist, and Henry 0 Belie, of Ballenlagh. — 
6 June, xxv. 

4166 (3630.) Pardon to John Chevir, of Feddreth, oo. Wexford, 
fisherman.- — 7 June, xxv. 

4167 (3620.) Pardon to Donogh Coyne M'Coghlan, Donald 
m'Mulrony oge O Caroll, Donald 0 Banan, Donogh 0 Banan, 
Keadogh m'Firr 0 Molov, Morough oge 0 Banan, Mortagh 
m'Morough reogh, Maurice mac Morough reogh, Teige 
m'Morough reogh, Edm. m'Morough l-eough, Cahir 0 Heveryn, 
and Florence m'Owen Mac Coughlan. Security as in 897, in 
King’s co. At the suit of 0 Caroll. — 12 June, xxv. 

4168 (3430.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 9 Feb., xxv.) to Peter Sher- 
Eugiijk loke, of Waterford, gent. ; of the site of the priory of Caier alias 



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Cairdoneske, co. Tipperary, the demesne lands, land in Kilme- 
helaghe, the New Graunge, the Great Graunge late in the tenure 
of Tho. Donnoghe, a mill late in the tenure of J ohn Galbxu, two 
eel weirs late in the tenure of Philip Rian, a tenement and 
gardens in Caier, 3s. 4 d. chief rent out of the burgage of the town 
of Caier, land in Kuocklieale, co. Tipperary, the rectories of Caier, 
Donoliill and Garroghe, Loghlore, and the rectory of Feadanmore 
co. Limerick. To hold for 40 years from tho determination of 
No. 3377. Rent, £24 11s. 6<Z. Maintaining one English horse- 
man. Provisions as in 2970. — 17 June, xxv, 

4169 (3444.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 14 March, xxv.) to 
English. Constance Hinge, widow of Matthew Hinge ; of a messuage 
called the Fermorie, and other premises, a cloister, the brewhouse, 
the bakehouse, the gatehouse, two gardens and an orchard, with 
a stable standing by the gate next the water of Auiliffe, afid all 
void places in and about the site of the abbey of the B. Y . M., by 
Lublin, and 50 acres and a stang arable, and thirty acres pasture, 
parcel of the demesne lands, and the Firres of S. Mary abbey, 
the grange and fields of Clonlxffe, and the mill of Clonelifie, co. 
Dublin. To hold for 37 yearn. Rent £18. Provisions as in 
2970. The premises had been leased, iil & iv. Ph. & Mary, by 
James, earl of Desmonde, John Sinnot, of Dublin, gent., and 
Tho. Arthurs, of Limrike, gent., to Matthew Hinge, being held 
under a grant to the earl ( fiant 386 Henry VIII.), conditional on 
bia continuing a dutiful subject ; his son and heir, Gerald, earl 
of Desmonde, having rebelled, as found by inquisition before 
John Crofton, general escheator, had forfeited.— 24 June, xxv. 

4170 (3618.) Pardon to Edm. O Kelley, of Colenegir, co. Roscommon, 
gent., Eguoghan O Helly, of Cooloneger, and Conoghor oge 
O Helly, of Raharrowe, horsemen, Melaghlen ketagh M'Keogh, 
of Curroghhoy, Donogli O Helly, of Colenegir, and Rory grana 
O Maunyn, of same, kerns, Conoghor ro M'Cormock, and Donald 
M'Hugh. of same, husbandmen, Teig M'Donogli, of same, stokagh, 
and Donogli og O Kelly, of Anaghbeg, kern; in consideration 
of their good service in apprehending a man who traitorously 
entered and held the castle of Athlon. Security as in 897, inco. 



Roscommon.; — 28 June, xxv. 

4171 (3443-) Lease (under queen’s letter, 27 May, xxv.) to 
English. Elizabeth Stewckly, and Anthony Pepparde, gent. ; of the site of 

the cell of the priory of Glascarrick, co. Wexford, with its pos- 
sessions as in No. 2935 {but Teoijiledirr written Xempledhrie). To 
hold for 60 years from the determination of No. 2935. Rent, 
£21 0s. 8 d., part in corn. Maintaining one English horseman. 
Not to charge coyne. In recompense of their demand for Slewe- 
marge sometime in the possession of W alter Pepparde, deceased, 
father of the said Anthony. — 30 June, xxv. 

4172 (3428.) Authority to Paul Grene, and John Hyrckhie, gent., 
E^h. and John Dorran; to take hay in the counties of Dublin Kil- 
dare Meath, Westmeath, Ixouth, Catherlogl, and Wexford, for 
the horses kept at Kilmayneham or elsewhere for the queen s 
service, paying ready money in usual sort, also to impress mowers 
and other labourers, paying 2s. ster., as hath, been accustomed, for 
each acre cut and made up, and to take carts and all other neces- 
saries for conveyance of the hay by land or water, payhig ready 
money at her majesty’s accustomed prices.—! July, xxv. 

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1583. Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

of marshal or usher of the court of Castle Chamber, held in 
Dublin Castle. To hold during good behaviour, as in 4138 ; with 
a fee of £13 6a. 8 d . — 3 July, xiv. 

Indorsement : Keere surrendered his patent and new patents were 
granted to Samuel Molinex. 

41 74 (3622.) Pardon to Brian ower mao Brian Cavanagh, of Clone- 
mollyn, co. Wexford, gent., Donogh m'Donogk Emongan, gent., 
Dermot 0 Clonogh, Donogh m'Cahir m'Donogh Emongan, Edm. 
row M'Enes, Wm. boy M'Sliane, Teig m'Morigh mode, of the 
same, Alexander m'Brian O Doole, of Killakerlan, gent., John 
0 Killyne, Patr. Bedie, Dowle m'Brian, of the same, Dallow 
m'Collow O Connoghor, of Croiuock, Morogh m'Dermod M'Cahir, 
of Glasearrick, Wm. row 0 Morogko, of Garrienuskie, Wm’. 
m'Conoghor M'Qillegongall, of Ballem'gillegre, Arthur M'Tirlogh, 
of Colloclc, and Hugh ballagh M'Melaghlin, of Kilmasan, kerns' 
James m'Morogh M'Edmond, of Carregane, gent., Morogh m'Art 
Moore, of Monarte, and Sheron 0 Bardan, of S. John’s, stokagh. 
Security as in 897. Jn consideration of their good service in 
apprehending Walter Eustace, brother of James, late vise. Bal- 
tinglas and other traitors his servants. — 8 July, xxv. 

41 75 (3449.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 21 Nov., xxv.) to Nick 
English. Ailmer, of Dullardston, co. Meath, gent. ; of the site of the 
monastery of S. Peter of Babio alias Monasterrike or Monaster- 
derge, in 0 Ferall Boie’s country, in co. Longford, the lands of 
Monasterike, a common of pasture in the great moor called 
Monasterkerry, and the rectory of Bericke in said country, (held 
under Ac. 1737) ; the tithes of the parish church of S. Bride near 
Osberston, co. Kildare, (leased in 1535 to David Sutton, gent., by 
the prior of the hospital of S. John of Jerusalem, for 60 years). To 
hold for 50 years, from the determination of the interests in being. 
Bent, £11 2 s. Maintaining one English horseman. Not to 
charge coyne. — 10 July, xxv. 

41 76 (3400.) Grant to Edw. More, knt. ; of the office of constable 
English, of tbe castle of Phillippeston, King’s co., already held by him. 
To hold during good behaviour, as in 4138 ; with the fee of 2s. 
a day, and 8 d. a day for each of 12 footmen. — 12 July, xxv 

41 77 (3435.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 11 Feb., xxv.) to Tbo. 
Coppinger, of Youghull, co. Cork; of the lands of Bathfernan, 
Ballyntegert, and Ballycrean alias Ballycragh, co. Dublin, with 
common of pasture beyond the river Dodder, near Timologe, in 
same co., possessions of James Ewstace, late viscount of Baltin- 
glas, attainted. To hold for ever, in free socage. Bent, £8 3s. 8 d. 
— 12 July, xxv. 

4178 (3441.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 11 Feb., xxv.) to Tho. 
Coppinger, of Youghull, co. Cork ; of the lands of Neweton by 
the river Dodder, co. Dublin. To hold for ever, in free socage. 
Bent, 20s.— -12 July, xxv. 

4179 (5843.) Commission to Hugh, bishop of Meath, John Garvie, 
dean of Christ Church, Dublin, James Dowdall, second justice 
of the Chief Place, Wm. Bath, second justice of the Common 
Bench, Edw. Fitz Symons, Serjeant at laws, Edm. Butler, attor- 
ney general, Bich. Bealinge, principal solicitor, Tho. Johnes, 
dean of S. Patrick’s, John Bath, of Dromconraghe, Ambrose 
Forth, ll.d., master in Chancery, John Ball, ll.b., master in 
Chancery, Bich. Tomson, treasurer of S. Patrick’s, Henry Ossher, 
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and Tho. Spensfeld, learned in the law ; to hear an appeal from 
Wm., archbishop of Tuam, in a matrimonial cause between 
Hugo alias Hllick de Burgo, earl of Clanrycard, and Onona de 
Burgo. — 15 July, xxv. 

4180 (3451.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 11 Eeb., xxv.) to John 
English. Ousake, of Ellestonreade, co. Heath, gent. ; of a water mill m 

Kildrovht, oo. Kildare, parcel of the possessions of David button, 
attainted. To hold for 30 years. Bent, £8. Provisions us m 
2967. — 16 July, xxv. 

4181 (3453.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 12 May, xxv.) to Henry 
English. Warren, of Ballibritten, gent. ; of the eastle (the precinct con- 
taining 3 acres and including a hall built after the Irish or coun- 
try manner, covered with straw,) and lands of Gastelton ot 1U1- 
droght, sir Morish fitz Thomas’ farm, parcel of the manor ot 
Kildroght, possessions of David Sutton, attainted. To hold tor 
40 years from the determination of No. 3971. Pent, £1 . I 6s. Od. 
Maintaining one English horseman. Provisions asm 2970. In 
consideration of the services of him and his father Humphrey. 

16 July, xxv. . , . 

4-1 82 (5587.1 License to Tho. Moreis ; to alienate to any person bemg 
English, of English birth and a dutiful subject; the lands of Latey, Dron- 
key alias Morishton, and Newton, Kings oo., held under grant, 
No. 3471, To be held in as ample manner.— 16 July, xxv. 

4183 (3393.) Grant to Lysagh mao Keddagh O Pen-all, gent. ; ol 
Engii, the office of seneschal of the country of Slaghtwilluimnn co_ 
Longford. To hold during good behaviour, os m 21 JO. — its 

4184 U (3439.) Presentation of John Locke, clerk, to the rectoiy of 
Old Posse, co. Wexford, vacant by the deprivation of John Fox. 

A 1 or (338G.)\jrant to Richard Bellewe, of Belleuiston, in the 
41 Lisfof Pathtaine, gent, j of the office of clerk of iffie crown and 
ueace in the county of Cavan. To hold during pleasure, with 
Inch fees as the same officer in co. Meath has. The office is 
erected by the patent. — 21 July, xxv . .. . . . f 

4-186 (5844.) Commission to Nich. Walsh, esq., chie ju ' 
41 ^Munster, the mayor and bailiffs of Limerick, Tho. Arthur 
recorder of Limerick, Rich. Arthur, precentor of the cathedial 
of Limerick, Stephen White, of Limerick alderman, and Peter 
Creagh, as delegates; to hear an appeal from Win. bishop of 
Limerick, in a divorce cause between Bichard Smdch, son o 
Bartholomew Stridch, of Limerick, alderman, and Ellionora 

4187 l a 3 tLsf(imto- queen’s letter, last W m.) to James 
/. ! 'f T.imrikfi sent. ; of the rectory of Kinsale, co. Cork, 

E ” 8h ‘ ' the tithes and altarages due to the L^ oa ^ 2 “ ce]? ^ t 

40 years from the determination of No. 3^37. Bent, <5Us. r 
visions as in 2967. — 31 July, xxv. . T -i 

««« 

Meath, pai' cel of the P ossessions of . the nunney °rLramolleiq 

the tithes and altarages due to the vicar excepted To hold fm 
40 years from tlie determination of JS o. 3300 . Bent, £13 66. 8 . , 
part in com. Provisions as 2970 -[31 July], xxv. (Ue 

Auditor-Genercd's Patent Book, 15, p. 65.) ^ 

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1583. Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

4189 (3472.) Lease (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Tho. 

English. Fitz Simondes, of Dublin, alderman ; of the tithes of corn, and 
hay and other profits of the parish churches of Johnston and 
Kardifston, co. Kildare, and a third of the tithes of tho prebendal 
church of S. Kevine, in same co., collected in Tipper, Cradocston, 
and Kardiston, same co., possessions of the late hospital of S. John 
of J erusalem, in Ireland. On surrender of his interest under a 
lease from the prior. To hold for 21 years. Bent, £13 6s. 8 d. 
part in corn. Provisions as in 2967. Fine 25 peeks yearly 
beginning in 1593.— 31 July, xxv. 

41 90 (3427.) Commission to captain Warham St. Leger ; to execute 

Eagu.li. martial law in the country of Liex, called the Queen’s co. ; as in 
218.. — 2 Aug., xxv. 

41 91 (3429.) Commission to George Thorneton, gent., provost 

Engiiih. marshal and commissioner of Mounster ; to execute martial law. 
in that province; as in 218. — 2 Aug. xxv. 

4192 (3407.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 13 May, xxv.) to James 
Dowdall, esq., second justice of the Chief Place ; of the office of 
chief justice of the same, lately held by John Plunket, knt. 

deceased. To hold during pleasure, with the fee of £100 5 

Aug. xxv. 

4193 (34S0.) Pardon (under queen’s letter, II Feb., xxv.) to Maurice 
Fitz Gerald alias fitz James, of Osherteston, gent. ; for aiding 
rebels. The indictment recites that James Eustace, vise, of 
Baltinglas, co. Dublin, Gerald Fitz Gerald alias fitz Maurice 
of Doneny, same co., gent., Bob. Fitz Gerald alias fitz Morice’ 
of Osbertiston, gent., and Eob. Roclieford, of same, chaplain 
had, on the 1 J uly, xxii., conspired to levy war ; that, on the 20 
Sept, following, the said Eobert Fitz Gerald joining to him John 
Fitz Gerald alms O Desmonde, knt., and others to the number of 
500, had taken the field at Baltinglas, and had attacked the town 
of Sagard, co. Dublin, burning 40 houses in it; and that Maurice 
and also Ohver Eustace, late of Blackball, gent, had aided the 
rebels. Security as in 897. — 10 Aug. xxv. 

4194 i? 6 ? 3 ') Pardou t0 Geor ge Harvie, and John Hill, gentlemen 
■ — 26 Aug. XXV. 

4195 (3381.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 13 May, xxv.) to Henry 

Bagnoll knt, son and lieir of Nich. Bagnoll, knt.; of the office 
i , tte arm5r- To kold during pleasure, from the 

death of ins father or other determination of his patent, with fee 
and authority as in No. 80J. — 26 Aug, xxv. 

4196 (3383.) Grant to Nathaniel Dillon, gent. ; of the office of 
general and principal clerk of the Council. To hold during good 

/n VJOur ’ as ~ c ' 1 ^ 33 > tritli the accustomed fees. — 28 A m r m 

41 97 (3394.) Grant to John O Eeley, knt. ; of the office of captain 
of tlm country of Breney alias the county of Cavan alias 
O Eeleis country, of which Hugh O Eeley, knt, who lately died 
was captain. To hold during good behaviour, with all accustomed 
privileges and emoluments, observing the articles of an indenture 
between him and the lord justices. He shall go to the lord 

justices or other governor, and the council, when required 28 

Aug. xxv. 

4l9 f i 33 iy. Graat t0 Wm ' Setagh, of Dublin, merchant, and 
Patr. White, of Clongel], gent. ; of the office of chief serjeant of 
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the queen’s revenues and debts there (the rents of farms and 
possessions under the great seal excepted); also collector of such 
sums as may he adjudged against any sojourning in the county, 
for preys taken from the English Pale, and paymasters of such 
sums to the persons from ivhom the preys are taken. 1 o hold 
during good behaviour as in 4138 ; with the accustomed fees. 

1 Sept., xxv. 

4199 (3398.) Grant to George Arglas, gent. ; of the office of keeper 
of the council chamber in the castle of Dublin. To hold during 
good behaviour, as in 4138 ; with a fee of 12 d. ster. a day. 1 
Se_pt-., xxv. 

4200 (3457.) Lease (under commission, 15 duly, xxii.) to Tho. 
Esginh. Wve, gent. ; of the rectory of Trivet, co. Meath, parcel of the 

possessions of tlie abbey of S. Thomas the martyr, Dublin, t e 
tithes and altarages due to the vicar excepted. To hold for 21 
years. Kent, £22 6s. 84, part in com. Pine £22. — 2 Sept., xxv. 

4201 (3390.) Grant to Shane m' Brian 0 Neill, gent. , son and heir 
English, of sir Brian m’Phelim ; of the. office of captain of the country of 

Nether Clandeboy, in the province of Ulster, from the river ot 
the Liman northward as far as Clandehoy extends. To hold 
durum good behaviour as fully as his father or his uncle Hugh 
m'Phelim held that office. With' power to assemble the in- 
habitants and command them for the defence of the country and 
the punishment of malefactors ; to invade and punish by all 
ways all such rebels, papist priests, Rome runners, and their 
followers, as are known to be rebels and malefactors, and all who 
support them ; to send any offenders to prison certifying the 
cause of their apprehension within three days to the seneschal or 
other chief commissioner of the country. He shall procure the 
people under his government to use English dress, language and 
government. He shall not charge coyne, livery, codies coshers, 
or such like. He may do all other lawful things that his father 
and uncle did under any patent. The castle of Bealefast, and 
the island of Magy, excepted from his rule. — 4 Sept., xxv. 

42 02 (5504.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 26 June, xxv.) to Wm. 
Peeres or Piers, gent. ; of a pension of 2s. English a day, for life. 
In consideration of wounds received in the wars. 4 Sept., xxv. 

42 03 (3440.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 22 June, xxiv.) to Gyles 
Dempsy alias M'Geoghegan, widow of Ross M’Geoghegan ; of the 
lands of Ratlmemodagh and Atteduf alias Attededuf, co. West- 
meath, possessions of Bernard or Brian M‘Geoghegan, 

To hold for life, remainder to the heirs male of the body of said 
Rosse To hold by the service of a twentieth part of a knight s 
fee. Rent, £7 4s.— 6 Sept., xxv. 

4204 (3633) Pardon to Christopher Barnewall, of M[ ], co. 
Dublin, gent., and Thady Row, of same, husbandman—7 Sept., 

420^ (3634.) Pardon to Wm. Bowen, of Cutlanston, gent., David 
Hitherington, Walter Jacob, of Dullardston, G^ld Pay, of 
Catlanston, Edm. Fay, and Anne, his wife Isme Tall.m Doiby 
Kelly, Mourgh M‘Hngh, of Harreston, Cahir beg M Edmunde, 
of Ootlanston, David More, of same, Shane O Delayne, of same, 
George Hiterington, and Randall Manwaring, of same.— 7 bept., 
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4206 (3450.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 5 June, xxv.) to sir Lucas 
English. Dillon, knt., chief baron; of the manor of Dermor or Deamor 
and Dearver, co Meath, that is, the lands of Demore and Mar- 
tenston, Dowanestone, Phillippeston, Rathuge and Ballaugbe, 
Loghecrue, Thomaston, Williamston, Patrickeston, Ballivalle, 
Hikenston, and Derver by the Brenie, eo. Meath, and the customs 
of the tenants, (recites No. 3169) ; the King's meadow in Balli- 
dowde, and a water mill in the parish of Esker, parcel of the 
manor of Esker, co. Dublin, (recites No. 3205) ; the site of the 
house of friars of Athlone, land in Caltree, two weirs upon the 
river Sliynen, a water mill in Mollinemeaghane, another waste 
in M’Geoghegan’s country, land called Sittell ground near 
Athlone, in co. 'Westmeath, (recites No. 1594). To hold for 
GO years, from the determination of the interests in being. Rent, 
£43 6s. id. Not to charge coyne. — 10 Sept., xxv. 

42 07 (3403.) Grant to Nick. Dawtrie, esq. ; of the office of seneschal 
English, of the whole country of Clandeboye, with the Diffrene and Kilul- 
tagh, in the province of Ulster, already held by him. To hold 
during good behaviour, as in 4138 ; with the rights and allowances 
belonging to the office. With powers as in 3977.— 11 Sept., 
xxv. 

42 08 (3434.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 5 June, xxv.) to Lucas 
Dillon, of Moymet, knt. ; of the office of seneschal of the barony 
of Kilkenny West, co, Westmeath ; with powers as in his former 
patent No. 3212. To hold in tail male. Grants also all lands and 
customs belonging to the office or formerly to the captain of 
Magherchurk. — 11 Sept., xxv. 

4209 (3437 .) Grant (under queen’s letter, 26 June, xxv.) to Terence 
or Tirlagh 0 Brein, of Innishdeman, knt. ; of the office of seneschal 
of the two baronies of Dowgh alias Corkmorowe, and Graggans 
alias Borren, co. Clare, as granted by No. 3058, and with power 
to hold courts baron at Dowgh in the barony of Dowgh, and at 
Oareclogan in the barony of Graggans. To hold in. tail male, 
with all such fees and customs as belong to the seneschal or 
formerly to the captains there. — 12 Sept., xxv. 

42 1 0 (6291.) Patent of presentation of James Maxe, priest ; to the 
vicarage of Killpecock alias Kilbecocke and Killahae, diocese of 
Ossory, vacant through the disqualification of Wm. Kelley, a 
layman and a minor, the incumbent. Directed to Adam, arch- 
bishop of Dublin, as commissary under a commission of 1 March, 
xxiii. — At Dublin, 16 Sept., xxv. 

4211 (3387.) Grant to Bdm. Butler, esq., attorney-general; of the 
office of second justice of the Chief Place, which James Dowdall, 
knt., lately held. To hold during pleasure, with the accustomed 
fees. — 20 Sept., xxv. 

42 1 2 (3442.) Lease (imder commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Walter 
Engiiaii. Berforde, of Kilrowe, co. Meath, gent. ; of the castle and lands of 
Fraineston, co. Dublin. To hold for 21 years. Rent, 52s. Not 
to alien without license of the deputy, nor to let except to 
persons of English nation, and not to charge coyne or livery. 
No fine because the lands lie near the mountains all waste. — 20 
Sept., xxv. 

421 3 (3631.) Pardon to Shane Bourke, of Lesduf, co. Galway, gent. 
Security as in 897, — 23 Sept., xxv. 

42 14 (3436.) Grant (under queen’s letter, 11 Feb., xxv.) to Tho. 



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Coppinger, of Youghull, co, Cork ; of a house and garden in the 
street of S. Francis in the co. of the city of Dublin, and in the 
parish of S. Nicholas in the church of S. Patrick, late in the 
tenure of Rich. Peppard and now of Patr. Malone, three gardens 
in the same street, late in the tenure of Dionysius Edwards and 
now of George Fian, another garden there late in the tenure of 
Rich. Hann now of George Fian, another garden there late in 
the tenure of Win. Neale, now of Patr. Malone, another garden 
there late in the tenure of Tho. Nottleton now of [Tho. Verdon], 
another garden there late in the tenure of Gerald Wale, now of 
fm, Morane, a house in the street of S. Thomas the martyr, m 
the parish of S. James in the suburbs of Dublin, late in the 
tenure of [Wm.] Roche, Arthur Kerdiffe, and Margaret his 
wife and now of Wm. Kelly, jackmaker, a plot of land there in 
the tenure of Tho. Dermot, two gardens in the New street in 
the parish of S. Nicholas, late in the tenure of Melanghlen Leffa, 
now of James Malone and John Lennan, merchant, a house in 
WynetaTern street with two cellars, in the parish cf S. John, 
and a garden in the parish of S. Olave upon the Wood key, late 
in the' tenure of John Fitzsimones, and now of Tho. Stephens, 
merchant, and Rich. Fian, alderman, a messuage or place of a 
garden in the Castel street, in the parish of S. Warburg, late m 
the tenure of John Wilkins, of Dublin, merchant, and Katherine 
Aling now of John Forster, a house in Rochenlane, in the 
parish of S. Audoin alias S. Owen, late in the tenure of John 
Candell, now of the executors of Walter Tirrell, m the city of 
Dublin a void place in Grenoek, co. Meath, late in the tenure 
of Rich. Nolan, a void toft or messuage in Drogheda, late in the 
tenure of Patr. Penteny, now of Mando, a meadow in 

the suburbs of the said city by Hogges green, late in the tenure 
of Rich. Burgh and John Candell, possessions cf the hospital ot 
S John the Baptist without the Newgate of Dublin. To hold 
for ever, in free socage. Rent, 53s. 11 d. ( Defaced. See Auditor- 
General’s Patent Book, vol. 9, p. 10.) — 10 Oct., xxv.. 

4215 (3459.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 12 Not., xxit.) to Edm. 

E^ Darcie, Of Jordanestone, co. Meath gent.; of the rectory of 
Kilbeoffe and Roberteston, co. Meath, (the manse, tithes, and 
altarages due to the vicar excepted). To hold for 30 years from 
the determination of No. 2320 Rent £11 ; part in corn. 
Provisions as in 2967. [11 Oct.] xxv. (See Aiuktor-GeneraV s 

Patent Book, M,p. 39). _ 

42 1 6 (6009.) Surrender by Mary Trafford alias Brande, widow of 
4 Henry Brande ; of certain parcels of the rectory of Galtrim co. 
Meath, and premises in Athlon, held under lease No. 3435. 
Dated 12 Oct. xxv. . 

421 7 (3392.) Grant to Tho. Masterson, esq. ; of the office of 
EAli constable of the castle of Femes, co. Wexford with an allowance 
' of 8 d. a day each for 10 warders. To hold during good behaviour, 
as in 4138, with all accustomed allowances. — 16 Oct. xxv. 

42 18 (5957.) Surrender by Huge Magneisse of Raphrylan, co. 
Down knt. ; of the whole country of Xveaghe, and the lands of 
Raphrilan, the Narrowe water, Loughbreclyn, Corgirry, Deyne, 
Loghan, Clare, Ballelaghe, Myra, Dyrry, Loghaghrye Begnive, 
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Ballaghbege alias Shyleke, and Ballywolinge, in that country, co. 
Down. — Dated 18 Oct., xxv. 

42 19 (3462.) Lease (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to sir Wm. 
EngOsii. Standley, knt. ; of the site of the abbey of Killaha, called our lady 
abbey de Bello loco, co. Kerry, and possessions as in No. 2849,' 
(but Balhjmony is written, Ballynemonie, and 0 Cestie omitted 
after Killmacolloclc), the tithes and al tarages due to the curate of 
Killaha excepted. To hold for 21 years. Kent £17 Is. 9 d. 
Maintaining two English horsemen. Provisions as in 2970. 
nine 20s. — [20 Oct., 1583 .J ( See Auditor-GeneraVs Patent Booh, 
rol. 1 5, p. 63). 

42 20 (3474.) Lease (under commission, 15 July, xxii.) to Mary 
English. Braude alias Trafford, widow; of 9 copies of” tithe corn out of 
Waltereston, Mickelleston, Branganston, and Ferons, co. Meath, 
and other parcels of the rectory of Galtrim, as in A r o. 1 663 ; 
certain premises in Athlone, co. Westmeath, as in No. 3435. 
To hold tor 21 years. Rent £17, part in corn. Not to alien, 
except to English, without license under the great seal. — 20 Oct., 
xxv. 

4221 (3586.) Pardon to Walter Fitz Morish, Oliver Fitz Morish, 
Garret Fitz Morish, Peter Barry, Garret O Nolan, John fitz 
Thomas alias Garret, Cahir Byrne, James Nolan, Dennyse 
Birne, Mortogh Donne, and Gillernew O Cullan. Security os in 
897, in co. Kildare. — 30 [Oct. 7] xxv. 

4222 (5946.) Surrender by Lucas Dillon, knt., seneschal of the 
hundred or barony of Kilkeney, co. Westmeath; of all messuages 
and lands in the town and fields of Athlone, which belonged to 
him as seneschal or chief of his nation. Dated 31 Oct., xxv. 
(Cal. P. It., vol. ii., p. 107). 

42 2 3 (3582.) Pardon to Gerot Coghlan, of Cloghran, King’s co., 
gent., James M'Tarrala, of the Rossen, kern, Donogk an Cownie 
M’Cormock, of Ballynecloghy, Edm. M'Melaglilin, of Lyvanchan, 
Dermot oge M'Diermoda, of Droin, J arnes M’Shane, of Kilcolgan, 
and Donald O Rigne, of Faire. — 4 Nov., xxv. 

4224 (3408.) Grant to Edw. Ragged, of Eosspont, co. Wexford, 
cleric ; of the office of clerk of the court, prothonotary, and 
keeper of the writs and records, and the office of clerk of the 
crown and peace, in the liberty and county of Wexford, and the 
office of clerk of the peace and of assizes in the county of Wex- 
ford. To hold during good behaviour, as in 4138, with the 
accustomed fees. — 0 Nov., xxv. 

-1225 (3593.) Pardon to Francis Lovell, esq., late sheriff of the co. 
Kilkenny, Patr. Sliortall, late sub-sheriff, Tho. Howth, Rich 
Grace, Theobald Butler, Walter Butler, and Edm. Cantwell, 
gentlemen, Donogh Q Doyle, Geoffrey Graunt, Rob. Goyer 
Nioh. Fanynge, Wm. Lovell, Tho. Stafford, and Tho. Brevan’ 
gent.— 6 Nov., xxv. 

4226 (3703.) Grant to Richard, son of Oliver Bourke, knt., alias 
Mac William Eughter Bourk ; to be chief and seneschal of 
Ins race, and feodary of his tenants and followers, and of his own 
lands in. Connaught, and that he may enjoy the manors and lands 
which he lawfully possesses in that province ; also that for defence 
of the land and subjects there he may assemble the people and 
lead them against rebels and enemies ; he may arrest traitors 
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livered By law ; lie shall encourage peace, and administer the law 
as Becomes a seneschal, not permitting the Brehons law ; he may 
raise his reasonable expenses when required by the governor of 
the kingdom or the president of the province to appear in 
Dublin, Athlone, or Galway. To hold for life, if he behave well, 
and observe the conditions in the indenture to be annexed to the 

patent. — 8 Nov., xxv. . , TXT , 

4227 (3456.) Lease (under queen’s instructions) to Stephen Water, 
S,7u,b. of Corke, gent., and Bob. Coppinger, of same, merchant ; of the 
impost on wines imported at Corke and Kmsale and the havens 
belonging to them ; as in 4090. To hold lor one year from the 
preceding Michaelmas, at a rent of £oo0 English, receiving 
allowance for any wine admitted free by warrant of the deputy. 

4.0 9 R ?3430.1 Lease (under commission 15 July, xxii.), to Elizabeth 
English J ans, widow of xLb Kevan; of the rectory of Enescoie, eo West 
meath parcel of the possessions of the monastery of S. Petei by 
Trym To hold for 21 years. Bent, £9 6s. 3d. Provisions «s 
To 4212. Fine, £9 6s. Sd.— 10 Bov., xxv. 

42 29 ( 3604) Pardon to Owin m'Dermot O HaUorayne, Owen 
42 ™‘Teive M‘Maii-«h, Hugh rn'Owen, his son, Shane oge m j^n® 
SXvh Wm S m‘Bicli. M‘W alter, and Edm. m'Meyler O Hal- 
lorayne,°in co. Galway, gentlemen. Security as m 897. At the 
% Rover Flahertie. — 10 Nov., xxv. 

42 30 (3584.) Pardon to Arthur M'Edmond, Phaly mac Fiegh 
42 O Conor horseboy, Bory more O Coregan, horseboy, Donagh 
Eawles Hu<di Lawles, Edm. O Molan, vestiarms, Phelym mac 
Brian 6 Conor, and Tbady duff O Conor, of Agher. Security as 
in 897, in co. Meath.— 11 Nov., xxv. 

4921 ("3552 ) Pardon to Edm. dorogh M‘Swme, son of Ronald 
423 M4iLe Hubert m'Moiler M‘Cremyne, Wm. mMoiler 
M'Cremyne, Hllycke m'Moyler M'Cremyne, Bich. m-Moyler 
M'Cremvne Cophe O Madyne, of Clare, Johmg reogh M Guag 
LSemy moyS! Wm. m’Shane, of Clandavies Tho. O Mungarn 
Cahill cavragh O Maddine, of Glascliwnagh, Tho. O Donyllan, of 
Snadalla, BassiBagh O Maddyn, Edm. O Mollona, and 
Mevler m‘Shean, of Clandavies, in county Galway. Secnnty as 
f 897 . At the suit of the earl of Clanrycard.-12 Nov., xxv. 
4929 (5503 ) Grant (under queen’s letter, 11 Feb., xxv.), to Boger 
42 LcaTgent i of a pension of 2s. (Irish) a day til he is preferred 
to the next vacant pensioner’s place of greater value. In lieu of 
a orant of like pension from lord justice Pelham as one of the 

4 23 r s* * 

4233 chief baron ; of the castleof Maior, co. Westmeath, 

E “ 8 ' and demesne lands. To hold for 60 years from the determmation 

of 312™. Bent, £3 15s. Provisions as vi 29/0.— 13 Nov., 

. \ Release (under queen’s letter, 22 Aug., xxv.) to 

4234 ( ■) Mickwor (h widow and execntrix of Humfrey Mack- 

wrath ; of the sum of £92 sterling, owing for the farms they held 

49 3 5° (3 404 .^Grant"" to LocWus Bryskett, esq. ; of the office of 
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ceedings before the president. To bold during good behaviour 
as in 4138 ; with a fee of £20 English, and the accustomed 
allowance of diet, and all other advantages as fully as Tho. 
Burgate had. — [16 Nov., xxv.] (See Record Commissioners 
Catalogue,) 

42 36 (3463.) Lease (under queen’s instructions) to Tho. Duff and 
Engiiih, James "Whyt, of Drogheda, merchants; of the impost on wines 
coining into Drogheda and Dundalk and their havens; as in 
4090. To hold for one year from the preceding Michaelmas. 
Bent, £200 English. — Rot dated.* 

4237 (3411.) Grant of custodiam to Oliver Bowrke, of Limerick, 
merchant ; of the castle and lands of Balleregane, co. Limerick, 
parcel of the lands of Gerald, earl of Desmonde, attainted. To 
hold for three years, and so from three years to three years, 
rendering the true value according to the extent. On the 
security of John Donganand Walter Harrold, gent. — Not dated. 

42 38 (3414.) Grant of custodiam to Rich. Shee, of Kilkenny, 
gent., John Archdekin, chaplain, and Henry Shee, gent. ; of all 
manors, castles, and lands of Gerald, late earl of Desmond, 
attainted, in the counties of Limerick, Kerry, Cork, Tipperary, 
and Waterford. To hold for three years, rendering the true yearly 
value according to the extent. On the security of Tho. Cantwell 
and Nich. Shortall, gentlemen. — Not dated. 

4239 (3415.) Grant of custodiam to Bob. Collum, gent. ; of the 
lands of TJUick Wale, deceased, attainted, in Downemeyllyn, oo. 
Limerick, and those of Peter Wide, deceased, attainted, in 
Gloineiskeraghan, same co. To hold for three years, rendering 
the true value according to the extent. On the security of Rich. 
Croft and Wm. Piers, gentlemen. — Not dated. 

42 40 (3616.) Pardon to Mylis Cavanagh, of Deran, co. Roscommon, 
gent., Brene [ ], of same, Eriell oge m'Genise O Higen, 

Teigero O Hedian,Fiell O Pylane, JohnFitz Edmond, andFariegh 
m‘Hugh O Henly, of Deran, Fardorow [ ] 

Donill m'Ferdorow, of same, Collo M‘Keigh, of Cargyn, John 
M‘Kigo, of Roscoman, John m ‘Edmund dorow, of Clontoskert, 
Collo M'Cormick, of Carrik, Donogh O Flanagan, of same, 
Fanagh H'Feriagh, of Tireroune, Teig ro m'Conor m'Shane 
O Byrne, Bren oge m‘Wm. oarragh O Byrne, Owin grana m‘Car- 
bry O Birne, James M'Coyn, of Clonyntample, Hugh [ 1, 

Conor ndDonogh O Kelly, of Cloghankyny, Wm. m ‘Donogh 
O Kelly, of same, Rory grane m'Phelem hoy, of Clonemory, 
Benvin nyn Phelym boy, of Bellnafada, Hugh [ ], 

Hugh M'Keny, of same, James O Nary, of Cloneone, Oliver 
Dalton, of Deran, Edm. M'Conill, Rory M'Shanly, and Brian 
M'Teige, of same, Maurice ro M'Garilt, of [ ], Melaghlen 

garow O Hanley, of Toymlver, Teige O Hanly, of same, 
Laglden O Hanly, of Lisgolian, Farigh M‘Laghlin, Dowaltagh 
M'Laghlen, and Conor oge M'Dermot, of [ ], Mortagh 

Mae Teige, of Clonecasshell, Donogh grana, of Knocknesh, 
Conor grana O Hanly, of same, Con Mac Tirlagh, of Montrome, 
Laahlen M'Moriertagh, of Cloneregh, [ ], Conor 

m'DermotO Hanly, of Oaromolan, Ferdorow m'Dermot, of same, 
Hugh boy O Conor, of Ballyntobber, Melaghlen hallow, of Knock- 

* This and five following tacts without dates, are remaining of record among fiants of 
the twenty-fifth year. 



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-1K03 Fiants. — Elizabeth. 

' neshy, Tirlagh [ ], of [ ], Owm Mac Swyne, of 

game, Melaghlen duff a Kiltie, of same, Owm mac Kory 0 F yn, 
of Sluilia, Gollo m'Morgh M’Swyne, Kory m'Owyn 0 Elyn, 
Ferdowro [ ], Rob. 0 Elyn, Gilboy 0 Flyn Thomolta 

m'Collo 0 Elyn, and Callogh m‘Collo 0 Elyn, of Sleamlia, Melagh- 
len OFlenagan, of Bellintobbir, Edm. m‘Derm[ J, 

I\eda°h O Lavin, of same, Brian ne Karge, of Bellateg, Laghlen 
ro M'Gilleconell, of Irow, Gildnf M'Gigo, of tie Terman, Melagh- 
len M‘Gig», of [ ], Ferdorow caragli M’Brenan, of the 

Brena^h, Conor oge m’Conor m‘Edm. M‘Brenan, Morogho 
M'Loghoro, of Belnafada, Lagilen 0 Duffy, ofDyssonow, Eory 
MtGawly, of Belnafada, Patr. M’Tirlagli, of Imper, Edm, reogh 
m'Teige 0 Hanly, of Began, Brian 0 Mulconre, of Glonplooan, 
Moyllon m‘Shane M‘Padin, of same, George Nugent, of Cagall, 
Wm. duff Morvornagh, of same, Brian reagh. Moiwornagh, of 
same, Gillecollom Morvornagh, of same, Bory Morvornagh, Edm. 
Morvornagh, Donald Mac a Milla[ ], Oum MDermodo of the 
Callow, Teige m‘Bory ballow 0 Hanly, Melaghlen now O Belly, 
of Ballaghnadamy, Brian keagh 0 DaUaghan, of same, 
r 1 Owny Mac Brenan, Brian 0 Birne, of Moyglas, 

Moylaghlen Mao Moyleg, of Kilmore, Caffl M'Moyleg, of same, 
and Brian caragh M‘Calradocker. Security as m 897, except 
for Milis Cavanagh, Hugh m'Tirlagh ro 0 Conor, and John 
Fitz Edmond. — Dale tom. 

4241 (3619.) Pardon to Tho. Springe, gent., Stephen Gold, Wm, 

0 Garran, and Brandon Nugent, husbandmen. Security as m 
897, in co. limerick.— [ ]> 1583. 

4242 (3655.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 11 Feb., xxy.) to l h °- 
Hasterson, esq., seneschal of the co and liberty of Werford, of 
the castle and manor of Eearnes, the lands of Eearnes, Balkmac- 
shane and Balliranell, and Ballihandrowe.co. Wexford, and all 
services and customs due to the manor by the “h^itants of 
Kinsellaghe, Farrenhamon, Edmonde Duff s country M Vadocke s 
country, M‘ Amor’s country, Kilhobocke, and Kilcowleneline. 

To hold for 30 years, from the end of his present interest (under 
No 2121) Kent, £10. Lessee or other able man shall dwell 
in 'the castle, sufficiently furnished for defence of it and the 
country. Provisions as in 2938. In consideration i of ; his good 
service, and to encourage his sons to continue m then: fathei s 

4243 T 370 Z ) 8 Grant to Kice Aphugh, gent. ; of the office of provost 
marshal ot the army. To hold during good behaviour, « m 4138 , 
with a fee of 2s. sterling a day.— 19 Nov., xxvi. 

4244 (3646.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 11 Feb., xxv.) to Tho. 

4ub Masterson, seneschal of Wexford; of the sffie of the abbey of 

Fearnes 00 . Wexford, and its possessions as in No. lo77, ( culdmg 
land in’ S. Mary Hand) ; also the lands of Baxonscourt alias 
Balliconna, Ballinimony, co. Wexford, Ballifine, same co , BaUi- 
dMe same co., Corranortye, and Korrankrorye. Eecites No. 
3294. To hold for 60 years, from the end of his present interest. 
■Rent £12 7s 10c! for the possessions of 1 earnes, <md Ad ios. ia. 
for Baronescourt and the remainder, part in corn. Provisions as 
in No. 4212. — 20 [Nov.] xxvi. . . _ 

4245 (*3651.) Lease (under queen’s letter 11 Feb., xxv.) Tho. 
Masterson, seneschal of Wexford; of the manor and lordship of 



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1583 Fi.ants. — Elizabeth. 

Cloghamon, co. Wexford, and its possessions, as in No. 3786 ■ 
also the site of the abbey of Donne, co. Wexford, with appurten- 
ances. To hold for 60 years, from the determination of No. 3786. 
Rent, £13 6s. 8 <1. Maintaining one English horseman. Con- 
sideration as in 4242. — 20 Nov. xxvi. 

4246 (3666.) Lease (under queen’s letter, 11 Feb., 15S3) to Tho. 

English. Masterson, seneschal of Wexford; of the tithes of the rectories 
of Grenoke, Milton, ICilsalekan, and Chapelmidwaye, Cookeston, 
and Ballibine, as in 2879. To hold for 60 years, from the end’ 
of the interest he has under No. 2879. Rent, £21. Considera- 
tion as in 4242. — 20 Nov., xxvi. 

42 47 (3713.) Grant tc John More, gent. ; of the offices of clerk of 
court, protbonotary and keeper of the writs and records, clerk 
of the crown and peace, and clerk of the peace and of assizes, in 
the whole province of Connaught and Thomond. To hold during 
good behaviour, as in 4138 ; with such fees as he already had.— 
21 Nov., xxvi. 

42 48 (5601.) Confirmation of TJllick Roche, in the manors of Old- 
castelton and Michelliston, co. Cork, held under a lease to James 
Roche his father, No. 3046, which had lapsed by non-payment of 

the rent, as found by inquisition in the Exchequer. 21 Nov. 

xxvi. 

42 49 (3638.) Commission to Tho. Maisterson, esq., seneschal of 

English. Wexford ; to execute martial law in co. Wexford, as in 218. 

25 Nov., xxvi. 

4250 (3600.) Pardon to George Carew, of Laghlyn, co. Carlow 

esq., Ellis Graver, and John Kymsom, his servants 26 Nov.’ 

xxvi. '* 

42 51 (3603.) Pardon to Edw. Fitz Gerald of Castellie, Queen’s oo. 
gent., J ames Tallon, M aurice Tallon fitz Redmond, Gerald Reo«h’ 
Hugh mao Dermott owre, James Fitz Gerald, Pin M'Edmond’ 
Edm. Duff, Wm. M'Rorie, Avartagh Mac Carta, Donald owre’ 
Rory O Brassell, James O Brassell, Maurice Tallon fitz Rob , and 
Wm. Dullard. Security as in 897, in Queen’s co._ 26 Nov 
xxvi. ■' 

42 5 2 (3643.) Lease (under commission 15 July, xxii.) to Moriah 

English. Roche, lord Roehe and viscount Fermoy ; of the site of the 
monastery of Iermoy, co. Cork, and its possessions as in No 2396 
To hold for 21 years. Rent, £33 9s. 4 cl., part in corn. Main- 
taining five English horsemen. Provisions as in No. 4212 — 

26 Nov., xxvi. 

42 53 (3671.) Lease (under queen’s letter, last of Feb xxv) to 

English. Tho. Wise, of Waterforde, merchant; of a house tiled, with a 
little chamber adjoining, nigh the flesh shambles in Waterforde 
on the south side, late ill the tenure of John Peccott, tailor, and 
now in the occupation of Tho. Wise. To hold for 40 years, from 
the end of the existing interests; (reciting Nos. 1621, and 1644 ) 
Rent, 20s. Provisions as in No. 4212, — 26 Nov., xxvi. ' 



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Appendix V. 

Table of the Parochial Records of Ireland, distinguishing the several 
Parishes, &c., the Records of which are deposited at the Public Record 
Office, Pour Courts, Dublin, from those the Records of which are m the 
Local Custodies, corrected to April, 1881, viz. : 

Records in the Public Record Office: Small Capitals— A bbeiteaix. 

("Under Retention Order, ^Aldington. 1 

Records in tbe Local Custody, | Unattached, . . Abbeyleix. J 



Parish, Church, or Chapel. 



r Bool 



Abbey, 

AbbETTEALE, 

Abbey go rmacan 
Abbey knochnoy, 
Abbetlara, 

Abbeyleix, . 

Ab be YM.- vnoN, . 
Abbeyshrule, 
Abbeystrewry, . 
“Abington, 

*Achill, 

( also see Burrishoole). 
AehUl, lJugort ( see Dug\ 
Achoury, . 

Acton, 

Adamstown, 

|*Adare, 

Addergoole, 

Addergoole, 

ATFANE, . 

Ayha, . 

Agliaboe (see Aghavoe). 
AOHABOG, 
Aghabulloge, 
Aghacross, . 

Aghada, 

*Aghade, 

Agbaderg, . 

•Agbadoe, . 

Agbadoey, . 
Aghadown, 

Aghadrumsce, 
Aghagnllon, 

Aghaloe, . 

Aghaloo, 

Aghalurclier, 
Acha.vcos, 

Agbanloo, . 

AGHAK UNSHIN, 
Aghara, 

AG HAS LEE, 
Aghavallin ifc 
CONLT, . 

{also see Listowel). 
•Aghaveagh, 

Aghnviller , . 
•Aghaviily, - 
Aghavoe, . • 

Aghecist, alias Balhna- 
kelly, 

Agheb, 



b Kil 




Note — The dates of the Records not In the Marriages 

^ * V “- " 81 ' ml “ 8 

contrary is stated in tbe Inventory. 



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Table of Parochial Records — continued. 



Parish, Church, or Chapel. 


Diocese. 


County. 


Vols. 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. 


Agherton, 
Agiimacart, and 


Connor, 


Londonderry 


1 


1830-1872, . 


1830-1854, . 


1S30-1858. 


Bordwell, . 


Ossory, 


Queen’s, 
Tipperary, . 


5 


1S18-18S0, . 


1819-1866, . 




Aghnameadle, . 


Killaloe, . 
Leighlin, 


1 


1834-1875, . 


1834- , . 




Aghold, 

Aghour or Fresh- 


Carlow, 


3 


1700-1875, . 


1700-18- , . 


1700-1875. j 


ford, 

( also see Clomantagh). 


Ossory, 


Kilkenny, . 


1 


1795-1878, . 


1794-1857, . 


1796-1878. 


Aglish, 


Ardfert, 


Kerry, . 


1 


1824-1878, . 


1825-1845, . 




Aglish, 


Cork, . 
Lismore (see 


Cork, . 


1 


1834-1871, . 




1840-1871. 


Aglish, 


Aff'ane ). 








Aglish, 


Tuam (see 


Castlebar). 










Aglislicloghane, . 


Ivillaloe, 

Elphin, 


Tipperary, . 


1 


1828-1873, . 


1828- , . 




Ahamplish, 


Sligo, . 


2 


1811-1875, . 







Ahanagli, . 


Elphin, 


Roscommon, 


1 


1856-1875, . 







( For other entries see 


Boyle). 










Aharnty, . 


Ossory, (with 


Attanagh). 










Ahascragk, 
Ahasleagh (see Aghaslee 


Clonfert, 


Galway, 


3 


1785-1875, . 


1785-1859, . 


1787-1875. 


Ahern, 
Ahinagh, . 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 
Cork, . 


1 


1763(?)-1872, 


1763- , . 




ClOYne, 


2 


1791-1875, . 






•Ahoghill, . 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


6 


1811-1875 . 


1811-1839, . 


1811-1875. 


Albert Chapel, Peter-st. 
All Saints, Newtown 


Dublin (see 


MolyntuxChu 


rcli). 


Park, 

All Saints, Taugh- 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


1 


1870-1879, . 


- 


- 


BOTNE, 

1 Almoritia (a), 

] ALTE DESERT (POME- 


Eaphoe, 


Donegal, 


4 


1819-1877, . 




_ 


Meath, 


Westmeath,. 


1 


1821— lS75,(o) 


1821- ,(a) 


1821-1875. 


Roe Church) (b), . 


Armagh, 


Tyrone, 


2 


1844-1877, . 




1848-1877. 


Ambrosetoum, 


Ferns (see 


Duncormick). 








j Aney 


Emly, . 


Limerick, . 


1 


1760-1876, . 






ANNACLOAN, 


Dromore, . 


Down, 


4 


1805-1877, . 








Ardagh, 


Leitrim, 


4 


1818-1879, . 








KiJmore, 


Cavan,. 

Belturbet). 


B 


1804-1875, . 


1804— , . 


1804- 


Armagh, 


Kilmore (see 




Armagh, 


Tuam. (see 


Kiltullagii) . 










Annaghdown, . 


Tuam, . 


Galway, 


1 


one of 1800 and 


1815-1866, . 


1835-1856. 


•Annaghmore, 


Armagh, 


Armagh, 


3 


1811-1877. 
1856-1S75, . 








Dromore, . 


Down, 


6 








Annalong, . 


Dromore, 


Down, 


3 


1857-1879, . 




1857-1879. 




Ossory (see 


Kells, Ossory). 








Connor, 


Antrim, 


4 


1700-1755, & 


1700-175C, & 


1700-1754, <te 


•Arboe, 


Armagh, 


Tyrone, 


6 


1828-1876. 
1773-1871, . 


1S28-1861. 


1828-1877. i 


i Ardagh, . 


Ardagh, 

Cloyne, 


Longford, . 
Cork, 


2 


1811-1875, . 
1836-1873, . 


1811- 


1811-1875. 


i Ardagh, 


Ail tala (see 


Kilmoremoy). 








1 Ardagh, 
j Ardamine, . 


Limerick (see 
Meath, 
Ferns, . 


llathronan an 
(A'o inventory. 
Wexford, . 


d St. 
3 


MichaeVs). 






I Ardbraccan, 

1 Ardcandrisk, 


Raplioe, 

Meath, 

Ferns ( see 


Donegal, 

Meath, 


3 

2 


1829-1877, . 
1792-1875, . 


1829-1845, . 
1792-1845, . 


1830-1876. 

1792-1875. 


*Ardcanny, . 


Limerick, . 


Limerick, . 


3 








Ardcath, 


EJpliin, 
Meath (see 


Roscommon, 


2 


1820-187—, . 


1813-1844, . 


1820-187-. 


Ardcnvan, . 


Ferns (see 












AlRDCLARI, 


Elphin, 


Roscommon, 


1 


1611-1847, & 


1808-1844, . 


1811-1861. 


Ardclinis, 
Ardcolm, . 


Connor, 
Ferns, . 


Antrim, 
Wexford, . 


3 

4 


1864-1876. 
1834-1877, . 
1736-1879, . 


1838-1845, . 
one of 1736 & 


1839-1877. 
one of 1764 & 


Ardcronev, 

Ardee, 

Arderra, 


Killaloe, . 
Armagh, 
Ossory (see 


Tipperary, . 

Louth, 

Clonmore). 


1 

4 


1830-1877, . 
1735-1868, . 


1790-1878. 
1817-1844, . 
1744-1849, . 


1788-1879. 

1832-1877. 

1732-1875. 


Ardfield, . . . 

Aedfinnan, 

Ardglass, 


Ardfert, 
Ross, , 
Lismore, 
Down,. 


Kerry, 

Cork, . 
Tipperary, . 
Down, . 


3 

1 

3 

1 


1805-187—, . 
1832-1875, . 
1766-1876, . 
1811-1876, . 


1805- 

1832- 

1775-1866, . 
1813-1849, . 


1805-1873. 

1832-1876. 

1770-1876. 

1832-1877. 



(o) An entry of a baptism and a marriage of earlier date in old Yestry Book, 
( 0 ) See also Pomeroy. 



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I Parish, Church, or Chapel. 



. Ardgroom, . 

|*Ardkeen, 

ArdkiU , 

Ardmayle, . 

Ardmore and 

Balltmacabt, 
Ardmulchan, 
ARDNAGEEHY, . 

Ardnurcher or 
Horse leap (a), 
Ardoyne, . 

Ardquin, 

Ardragh (St. Pat 
rick’s), . 

Ardrahan, . 

Ardrea, 

Ardristan, . 

Ardsallagh, 

Ardstraw, . . . 

( also see Baronscourt a 
Ardtrea, 

Arklow, . 

(also see Castlemacada 
•Armagh, 

A RSI AG riBREAGDE, 
Annoy (see Loughguile 
Arran, 

Arranbeg, . 
Arranmore, 

Artane, 

ArvaGh, . 
Ashbourne(seeRatoath 
Ashfield, . . . , 

Ashford (Killiskey Pari 
Askeaton, 

Assey 

Athassell or Relick- 
murry, . 

•Athboy. 



♦Athenry, . 

Athlacca and Dromin, 
Athleague, 

Athlone (St. Mary’s), 
(also see St. Peter). 
Atlilumney, 

Athnid, 

Athnowen and Kil 
naglort, 

Athy, . 

Atramont, . 

Attanagh, . 

(also see Ahamey. 
Attymas, 

Aughaval or Oughava 
Augliagower, 
Aughamore, 
Atjghavass, 

(also see Cloon 
Avgher ( see Clogher). 
Aughlish Burial Grown 
AughnacloyTovm, 
Aughnamullen, . 
Aughn amullen East, . 
Aughnish, . 

Aughrim, . . >. 

AUGHRIM, . • • 

(also see Killukin.) 
Aughtmama or Ought- 
mama, 




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Pariah, Church, or Chapel- j 


Diocese. j 


County [ Vols.j 


Baptisms. j 


MaTriage3. J 


Burials. 


'•Badoney, Lower, 


Derry, . 


Tvrone, 


3 


1818-1875, . 


1817-1845, . 


1S2G-1S77. 


«BadoiH*y, Upper, 


Derry, . 


Tyrone, 


3 


1820-187-, . 






EayenaUtown , 


.see DiailecL 


iey). 










Bagaotrath Church, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


1 


1865-1 S79, . 


— 


— 


♦Bailieborough or Moy- 
















Kilmore, 


Cavan, 


5 


1744-1S73, . 






Balbriggan, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


3 


1833-1875, . 


1838-1871, . 


1821-1871. 


(also see BulrOthery). 














Baldoyle, (see Howth). 
















Dublin, 


(xVo Records 


in 


existence.) 






Baleek, 


Armagh, 


Armagh, 


2 


1827-1875, . 






Etdfeighan, 


Meath ( see 


liaddanstown 


. 








Ball a. 


Tuani, . 


Mayo, . 


3 


1S56-1877, . 


— 




Ballaghtobin, 


Ossurif (see 


Kells, Ossory 


• 








Bailee, 


Down, . 


Down, 


3 


1792-1878, . 






Eallina (see Kilnioremo 


/). 










• 


Ballinahoy, 


Cork, . 


Cork, . 


2 


1841-1675, . 






Baliinacarrig, . 


Leighlin (see 


Tullowmagim 


lia or 


Staplestoien). 






Ballis acl ash, 


Glendalough. 


\V icklow, . 


1 


1849-1877, . 






‘Ballinncourty, 


Tuam, . 


Galway, 


1 


1S38-1 874, . 


— 


— 


Ballinadee, . 


Cork, . 


Cork, . 


2 


1794-1877, . 


1793-1842, . 




BaXliwfagh (see Tima/. 


w )• 












Ballinakell y , alias 














Ayheast, . 


Tuam (see 


Moylough). 










Ballinakill, . 


Clovfert (see 


Liclcmolassy). 










BallinaJAU , . 


Ephin (see 


Ballysiunaghc 


n and 


Donamori). 






Ballinakill, . 


Kildare (see 


Cloonsast). 










Ballinakill, . 


Leiyhlin (sec 


Dysertgalen). 










•Ballinakill, 


Tuam. . 


Galway and 


2 


1852-1S7-, . 


— 








Mayo. 










BalUnakill (Woodford 


Church ) (see 


Lickmolassy). 










BALLINAStARA, 


Ossor y. 


Kilkenny, . 


4 


1824-1876, . 


1326-1859, . 




Ballinaiiagh ( see Ballih 


temple or Kilm 


ore). 










Ballinasloe , . 


Clovfert (see 


Creagh). 










Ballincholla on 














the Neale, . 


Tuam, . 


Mayo, . 


3 


1311-1874, • 


1810-1842, . 


1813-1873. 


Bailinclough, 


Emhj (see 


Dromkeen). 










Ballln derry. 


Armagh, 


Derry and 


3 


1802-1875, . 


1802-1845, . 




•Ballinderry, 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


10 


1805-187—, . 


1S40-1S45, . 


1805-187-. 


BalLindoon, 


Tuam (see 


Cllfclen or Om 


ey). 








BALLING A DRY, . 


Cashel, 


Tipperary, . 


l 


1816-1876, . 


1817-1851, . 


1819-1875. 


Ballingarry, 


Emhj ( see 


BalUnlondryo 


r Ball 


inlanders). 






♦Ballingarry, 


Limerick, . 


Limerick, . 


3 


1785-1878, . 


17S6-1SG6, . 




Ballingarry and 














USKANE, 


Killaloe, 


Tipperary, . 


3 


1809-1S77, . 


1811-1841, 


1309-1877. 












one in 1876. 




Bcdlingli;, . 


Ferns (see 


Iloretoion). 










Ballinlondrt on 














Ball: n landers, . 


Emly, . 


Limerick, . 


2 


1850-1872, . 


— 


1858-1873. 


Ballin lough. 


Emhj (see 


Aney). 










•Ballinrobe, . 


1 uam, . 


Mayo, . 


3 


1796-1875, . 


1796-1S45, . 




♦Ballintemple, 


Cashel, 


Tipperary, . 


4 


1805-187—, . 


1S05-1S50, . 


1805-187-. 


Ballintemple, 


Glendalough 


W icklow, . 


2 


1823-1855, . 


1823-1835, . 


— 


(also see Castl&macada 


7/1). 












Ballintemple, 


Kilmore, 


Cavan, 


3 


1827-1880, . 


1827-1847, . 


1827-1880. 


(a Iso see Kilmore). 














Ballintemple or 














Churclitown, (ci) 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


1 


1836-1879, . 


— 


— 


(also see Lisgoold). 














Ball intoy, 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


2 


1804-1877, . 


1803-1844, . 


— 


Ballintra ( see Drumlio 


Im). 












Ballin tubber. 


E'pliin (see 


KiUceevin). 










Ballintubber, 


Leighiin (see 


Ballyadams). 










Ballinvoher , 


Ardfert (see 


Kilgobbin). 










Ballivor ( see Killochoi 


ay an). 












Ballon , 


Leiyhlin (see 


Aghade). 










Ballyadams, 


Leighlin, 


Queen’s, 


4 


1791-1875, . 


1791-1847, . 


1791-1875. 


Ballyamie, . 


Ferns ( see 


St. Mary's , N 


in Ho 


S). 






Ballybacon, 


Lismore ( see 


Kilrush anc 


Tub 


id). 







(a) With B&llycotton. 



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Parish, Church, or Chapel. 



•BaJIybay, . 

BaUybohUl, ■ 

BiUli/bought, 

Ballyboy, . 

(In Union of F it call.) 
BaVybracken, 

Bnllybrazil , 

Ballybrennan, . 
Ballybkood, . 
Ballyhurley (see Primu\ 
Ballycahane, 
Ballycallan, 
l*Ballycanew, 

Ballycamey, 

Ballycastle, 

Ballycastle . 

Ballyclare, . 

Bally rferaghan, 
Ballyclog, . 

Ballyclougli, 

Ballyclug, . 
Ballycommon 
Bally onnell, 
Balfyconnick, 

Ballyconree , 

Ballycor, 

Ballycottou, 

Ballycrana, 

Ballycrogue, 

Ballyckoy tKilcom- 
mon-Erris), 
-Ballycnlter, 
Ballvcuslane, 
Ballydebob, 

Bally ddougher. 

Bully (loan eU, 
Ballyeaston, 

Ballycglisli, 

Bally ellin, • 
Ballyfermott, 

Ballyfmn, . 

Ballyfoyle, . 
Ballygawley, 

{also see Errigal Keer | 
Ballygibbon, 

Ballyyiiffin , 
Ballrgnnner, 
Bnllygurren , 
Ballylmlbert, 



Clogher, 
Dublin (see 
Glendalouyh 
Meatb, 



Kildare (see 
Ferns ( sec 

Ferns (see un\ 
Emly, . 

| It). 

Limerick, 
Ossory ( see 
Ferns, . 
Ferns, . 
Connor, 
Killala 
Connor 
Cashel 
Armagh, 
Cloyne, 
Connor, 
Kildare, 
Kilmore (see 
Ferns (see 
Puam, . 
Connor ( see 
Cloyne, 
Cloyne ( see 
Leighlin (see 



( see 
(see 
(see 



Monaghan, . 
Clonmethan). 
(see Ballymore | 
King’s, 

JIarristoicn). 

St. Mar ifs, Ae| 
der Killinick, 
Limerick, . 

Limerick, . 
Callan). 
Wexford, . 
Wexford, . 
(No Inventory\ 
Dunfeeny). 
fiallynure and\ 
St. John 
Tyrone, 

Cork, . 
Antrim, 
King’s, 
Tomregan). 
Taghmon). 

No separate 
Bally easton). 
Cork, . 
Lisgoold). 
TvUoxomagim j 



Baptisms. 



ace). 

1796-1876, 



\w i?os| 
and 



Kilbr 

list). 



Killala, 

Down, . 
Ardfert, 

Cork, . 

Cork (see 

Glendalough 

Connor, 

Armagh, 

Leighlin (see | 

Dublin (see 

Leighlin, 

Cork (see 
Armagh, 

I ogue). 

Killaloe (see 
Cashel (see 
Waterford(see | 
Ossory 
Down, 



s). 

Tacumshane oj 
1800-1869, 



1733-1876, 

1836-1875, 



[r Churchtown) 
1808-1845, . 



1733-1859, 
1835- . 



Ballyliane and Drum, 
Ballyliay, . 
Ballyheige, . 
Ballyhogue, . 

Ballyhooly, 

BaLLYHUSKAUD, 

(also see St. Mary's, 
Balltjamesduep, 

(2 s . 0- in Castlera] 
Ballykean, 
Ballylaneen, 

Bullyknan , . 

Ballylesson Church. (2>| 
Ball;, /inch, • 

Ballylinny, . . 

Ballyloughloe 
(Mount Temple 
Church), . . 

Ballymacarret, . 



(see 



Tuam, 
Cloyne, 
Ardfert, 
Ferns 
Cloyne, 
Ferns, . 
\nniscorthy.) 
Kilmore, 
yhan Parish). 
Kildare, 
Lismore ( see 
Ferns ( see 

\umbo Parish.) 
Ossory (see 
Connor (see 



Mayo, . 

Down, . 
Kerry, . 

Cork, . 
Kilroan). 

(see Castlemac J 
Antrim, 
Derry, 
Kiltennelland 
Chapdizod). 
Queen's, 
Tracton). 

Tyrone, 

Ballymackey.) 
Athassell). 
Ballynakill). 
JRosbercon). 
Down, . 

Mayo, . 

Cork, . 
Kerry, . 
KiUurin). 
Cork, . 
Wexford, 



1733-1875. 

1835-1876. 



Cavan, 

King’s, 
SlradbaUy, Co I 
Eoretown). 



Carnnoney ). 



de). 






1828-187-, . 
1795-1875, . 
1841-1876, . 

1805-1877, . 


1828-1845, . 
1795-18—, . 
1841-1844, . 
1808-1861, . 


1828-1 87-. 
1795-1875. 
1841-1879. 
1806-1876. 


rds ( see Omey). 






1836—1879, • 


- 


- 


r Staplestomi). 






1854-1877, ■ 
1777-1877, - 
1839-1875, . 
1826-1875, . 


1812-1845, . 
1839-1865, . 


1854-1870. 

1812-1877. 

1839-1875. 


)- 

1827-1876, . 
1868-1875, . 
7ft, Co. Carlow). 


1827-1860, . 


1855-1876. 

1868-1875. 


1821-1875, . 


1821 


1821-1876. 


1829-1878, . 


1832-1849, . 


1840-1878. 


1852 (about) 
1876. 

1811-1875, . 
1728-1875, . 

1814-1879, . 


1811-1845, . 
1728-1845, , 
1822-1837, . 


1852 (about) 
1816. 

1811-1875. 

1728-1875. 

1833-1878. 


1788-1870, . 
1832-1877, • 


1788-1850, . 
1832-1866, . 


1788-1870. 


1831-1877, . 


1836-1853, . 


1836-1876 


1810-1877, . 
t erford). 


1810-1844, . 


1810-1876. 


1793-1877, 

1827-1876, 


1776-1787, 4, 
1804-1854. 
1827-1857, 


1803-1877 



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Table of Parochial Records — continued. 



Parish) Church, or Chapel. 


Diocese. 


County. 


V ols.. 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. 




Lismore (see 


Ardmore). 






1817-1845, . 






Ardfert, 


Kerry, . 


3 


1817-1875, . 




*Ballymachugh, . 


Ardagh, 


Cavan, 


6 


1818-1876, . 








Ardagli (see 


Drumlummin 






1792-1845, . 


1798-1877. 




Killaloe, 


Tipperary, . 


4 






Glendalough 


[see Celbridge 


ir Kil 


Irought). 


1825-1871, . 


1827-1878. 




Ardagh, 


Longford, . 


2 




Ballymacward, . 
IktUymacwilliam * 


Clonfert, 


Galway, 


1 








Kildare, 
Dublin (see 


King's (see M 


onast 


roris). 






Ballymadun, 


Clonmethari). 












Meath (see 


Kentstown). 








1835-1876. 


Ballymaglasson, . 
Ballymahon, . j 


Meatli, 
Ardagh (see 


Meath, 

Shmle). 


1 








Meath (see 


Forgney). 








1809-1S75. 


Ballymakenny, . 


Armagh, 


Louth, . 


1 


1809-1875, . 


— 


Ballymanny, 


Kildare (see 


Great Connel 


0. 










Connor (see 


Carnmoney). 












Cork, . 


Cork, . 


3 


1785-1877, . 


1761-1847, . 






Armagh, 


Louth, . 


4 


1801-1875, . 






Ballymeehan, 


Itilmore, 


Leitrim, 


2 


1855-1876, . 




1780-1875. 




Connor, 


Antrim, 


7 


1815-1875, . 




(also see AhoghiU and 


Ballyclug). 


Taghmon). 












Ferns (see 














Cork, . 


3 


1695-1876, . 


1695-1845, . 






Connor, 


Antrim, 


7 


1807-1875, . 


1807-1845, . 


1807-1875. 


Ballymoney, . 


Cork, . 


Cork, . 


4 


1782-1876, . 


1786-1853, . 


1800-1877. 




Glendalough 


(see Castleder 


mot). 








Ballymore, 


Armagh, 


Armagh, 


5 


1783-1871, . 








Ferns (see 


T ; rcumshane). 










Ballymore-E DSTACE, 


Glendalough, 


Kildare, 


1 


1838-1879, . 


1840-1865, . 


1832-1879. 


Killare, 


Meath, 


Westmeath, 


3 


1745-1877, . 


1747-1854, . 


1723, and 












1792-1875. 




Achonry (see 


Emlafad). 










*Ballymoyer, 

Ballynaclotjgh 


Armagh, 


Armagh, 


2 


1820-1875, . 


1S20-1845, . 






Kill aloe, 


Tipperary, . 


4 


1807-1877, . 


1811-1845, . 


1809-1877. 


Ballynacourty, . 


Ardfert, 


Kerry, 


1 


1803-1877, . 


1803-1845, . 


1803-1877. 


(also sec Kiiflynn). 
BaU.ijnadrim.na, 


Kildare (see 


Carlery and 


Cas£i 


ecarbery). 






Eallynafeigh(St. Jude’s) 


Down, . 


(Wo Inventor 


?/)• 






1785-1878. 


Ballynahaglish, . 


Ardfert, 


Kerry, 


3 


1786-1878, . 




Ballynahaglish, . 


Killala (see 


Kilmoremoy). 










BaUynahinch (see Magi 


eraclroll). 








1793-1845, . 


1793-1873. 


Ballynakill, 


Waterford, . 


Waterford, . 


3 


1793-1874, . 


BaUynamona, 


Emly (see 


Aney). 








1824-1877. 


*Ballynascreen, . 


Derry, . 


Londonderry 


4 


1808-1877, . 


1825-1845, . 


(also see St. Anne's ). 
Bally naslaney, . 


Ferns (see 


Kdermine). 








1853-1876. 


Ballynoe, . . 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


2 


1853-1875, . 


— 


Ball vsu be, . 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


4 


1812-1877, 


— 












1852-1877. 


BALLYKtlRE, 


Leighlin, 


Wicklow, . 


2 


1815-1879, . 


1818-1859, . 
one of 1871. 


1818-1878. 


Ballyovxe, 
Ballyphilip, . 


Tuam, 


Mayo, . 


2 


1850-1878, . 


— 


1863-1878. 


Down, 


Down, . 


5 


1745-1875, . 


1745-1844, . 


1745-1875. 


Ballyporeen, 


Lismore (see 


Templetenny ). 








1830-1877, 


Ballybashane, 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


1 


1827-1877, . 


1829-1860, . 


Ballyroan, . 


Leiglilin, 


Queen’s, 
Woods Chape 


4 


1727-1877, . 


1728-1867, . 


1728-1876. 


Ballyronan Town, 


Armagh (see 


)■ 






1802-1775. 


'Ballysakerry, 


Killala, 


Mayo, . 


3 


1802-1875, . 


1802- 


Ballysax, 
Ballyscullion or 


Kildare, 


Kildare, 


1 


1830-1878, . 


1830-1859, . 


1844-1874. 






Antrim, 


2 


1844-1875, . 


— 


Ballyscullion, 


Derry, . 


Derry, . 


6 


1776-1877, . 


1776-1845, . 


1776-1843. 


Ballyscullogue, , 


Kildare (see 


Kilcock). 








1831-1878. 


♦Ballyseedy, 


Ardfert, 


Kerry, 


2 


1830-1878, . 


— 


Ballyshannon, 


Clogher (see 
Jlaphoe ( see 


Firmer and Ir 
Kilbarron). 


ishm 


iC8aint). 







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22 7 



. 

Parish, Church, or Chapel. 


Diocese. 


County. 


V ols- 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burial*. 


Ballysheehan, 


Cashel, 


Tipperary, . j 


2 


1837-1876, . 


— 


1839-1874. 


[also see Shanrahan). 
Bullysillan, . 
Baletsodare, . 


Connor (see 
Achonry, 


St. Mark’s, Bel 
Sligo, . 


fast). 

3 


1803-1877, . 


1805-1858, . 


1815-1877. 
18G5-1875. 
1808— 1875, («) 


Ballysodare, C.E., 


Achonry, 

Kildare, 


Sligo, . 
Kildare, 


1 


1808-1875,(a) 


1808-1855, (a) 


Ballyspillane, , 
'Ballysuraaghan, . 


Cloyne ( see 
Elphin, 


Inchinabackey 
Sligo, . 


4 


1828-1870, . 


1828-1645, . 


1828-1875. 


Dallytarsney , 


Ossory (see 


Clonmore). 










Ballytrustun, 


Down (see 


Ballyphilip). 










Ballyvalden, 


Ferns (see 


Kilmuckridge.) 










Ballyvalloo, . 


Ferris (see 


Ardcolm). 










BaUyvaitghun (see Rat 
Ballyvourney, 


’ibourney). 

Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


1 


1838-1869, • 


1838-1845, . 


1838-1869. 


( also see Clenore). 














Ballywalter, alias 
Whitecliurch, . 
Baliywillan, 


Down, . 
Connor, 


Down, . 
Antrim, 


2 

5 


1844-1875 . 

1826-1876, . 


1825-1844, . 


1844-1875. 

1827-1875. 


Balnalack ( see Lcney). 
Bcdrughan, . . . 

Balrathboyne, 


Kildare (see 

Meath, 

Dublin, 


Kilcock ). 

Meath, 

Dublin, 


1 

6 


1844-1876, . 
1782-1875, . 


1797-1845, . 


1873-1876. 

1782-1876. 


Balscadden, 


Dublin (see 


Balrothery). 










Balsoon, . . 

Balteagli, . 
Baltinglass, . 


Meath (see 

Derry, 

Leighlin, 


Kilmessan). 
Derry, . 
Wicklow, . 


2 

2 


1808-1875, . 
1808-1840, & 
1848-1877. 


1819-1845, . 
1816-1836, . 


1833-1875. 

1814-1836. 


Bana»her, . 


Derry, 


Derry, . 


1 


1889-1875, . 


1839-1845, 




Banayher, . 


Meath ( see 


Reynagh ). 










Bunbridge\see Seapatri 


ck). 


an). 

Down, . 
Wexford, . 










Bamlon (see Ballymoda 
•Bangor, 


n and Kilbrog 
Down, . 
Ferns, . 


4 

1 


1803-1876, . 
1884-1875, . 


1805-1844, . 
1834-1845, . 


1815-1876. 

1834-1875. 


Bansha (Templeneiry 


arish.) 












Bantry (see Kilmocomo 
Bar, . 


e). 

Clogher, 


Tyrone, 


1 


1888-1879, . 


1845- 


1854-1866. 




Cork (see 


Tracton). 










Barnanely, . 


Cashel (see 


Kilfithmone). 










Barnanery, . 
Baronscoert, . 
Bakragh, . 


Cashel (see 
Derry, . 
Leighlin, 


Kilfithmone). 

Tyrone, 

Carlow, 


2 

1 


1855-1875, . 
1837-1879, . 


1838-1879, . 


1858-1877. 

18SS-1S78. 


Barretts grange, . 
Bariionstown, 


Cashel (see 
Armagh, 


Killentiule). 

Louth, 


8 


1787-1876, . 


1792-1845, . 


1815-1876. 


BaslirJ;, 


Elphin (see 


Kilkeevin). 












oomna Parish) 


(seeArdrahan 

■Louth, 










Beagh, . . 

Beaulieu, 


Kilmacduagh 

Armagh, 


)■ 

2 


1787-1877, . 


1787-1874, . 


1794-1795 fc 
1827-1876. 




Meath, 


Meath, 


2 


1853-1875, . 


— ' 


1853-1875. 




Tuam (see 


Kiltullagh). 










Belem, . 


Glendalough 


(see TimoKn ). 










Beloarra Churc 
(D rum Parish), 


Tnam, . 


Mayo, . 


1 


1838-1876, . 


1840-1857, . 


1838-1877. 




Tuam (see 


Tuam). 










Belenagar , . 


Elphin (see 


Kilarrkey), 










Belfast : — 


Connor, 


— 


4 


1837-1875, . 


1837-1845, . 


1887-1875. 




Connor ( see 


St. Philip). 




1855-1872, 

1868-1875, 







Magdalen Asylum 
‘Mariners’ Chapel, 


Connor, 

Conttor, 




1 




— 


St. Andrevf-, . 

St. Anne, 

St. George, . 

St. James, 

St. John, 

*St. John, Malone 


Connor, 

Connor, 

Connor, 

Connor, 

Condor, 

Connor, 




26 

4 

(No 

3 

2 


1745— 187l| 
1819-1875, 
records prior 
1858-1875, 
1839-1875, 


1745-1845, . 
1824-1845, . 
0 1876). 

1842-1844, . 


1745-1865. 


St. Luke, dr Low 
Palls, ■ 

St. Mai-k, Ballysill 
*St. Mary, 


Connor, 

Connor, 

Connor, 


- 


1 

2 

2 


186.3 1876, 
1856-1375, 
1867-1872, 


- 


1860-1870. 



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Pariah, Church, or Cliapel. 


Diocese. 


County. 


Vols. 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. 


Belfast : — 

St. Matthew, 


Connor, 




1 


1846-1871, . 





_ 


St. Paul, . 


Connor, 


— 






— 


— 


St. Philip, Drew 


Connor, 





_ 


[No records be 


fore 1872.) 






lonnor, 


No records b 


fore 


1869-70.) 








Connor, 


No records b 


fore 


1870.) 






Trinity Church, 


lonnor, 


— 


2 


1844-1876, . 


— 


— 


Upper Falls, . 


Connor, 


— 










Bellaghy (see Ballyscull 
*Belleek, 


on). 

Clogher, 


Fermanagh, 


3 


1822-1875, . 


1822-1845, . 


1822-1875. 


Belmullet ( Kilcommon - 


Urn's Parisk.) 














Glendalough 


see Kathmore) 






1801- 


1801-1870. 




ELilmore, 


Cavan, 


6 


1801-1870, . 


(also see St. Andrew's 


Kilmore) and 


St. John, Clove 


"hill 


Church. ; 






Benburb Church (Cion 
Benowen, . 


feacle Parish.) 
Meath, 
Armagh ( see 


W estmeath, 


1 


1819-1876, . 


1826-1841, . 


1824-1877. 


Bei'agh Town, 


Cloghemy). 






1787-1845, . 


1787-1875. - 


Berehaven, 

Bethesda Church, Dor- 


Ross, . 


Cork, . 

(A T o Records.) 


3 


1787-1875, . 






set-street, 


Dublin, 












Ossory (see 


Fiddown). 




1846-1876, . 






Bilbo, 


Leiglilin, 


Carlow, 


1 


— 


— 


Billis 


Kilmore, 


Cavan, 




1840-1875, . 


— 


— 


Billy, .... 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


3 


1804-1870, . 


1804-1845, . 




Binghamstown (see Kil 


more-Erris). 












Birr, .... 


Glendalough 


(see Dclgany). 






1772-1845, . 


1772-1875. 




KUlaloe, 


King’s, 


4 


1772-1875, . 


Blackrath, 


Ossory, 


Kilkenny, . 


1 


1811-1848,. 




1845-1876. 


Llackrock, . 


Cork (see 


St. Michael). 










Blackrock, . 


Dublin (see 


Monkstoxon). 










Blackwatertoicn , 


Armagh (see 


Clonfeacle) . 










Blanchardstown (see Ca 


stleknock). 












Blunchfieldstown, 
Blaris (see Lisburn). 


Ossory (see 


Kil fane). 
Ballynahaglis 


A). 








Blennerville, 


Ardfert (see 




1683-1878, . 


1688-1878. 


*Blesinton, . 


Glendalough, 


Wicklow, . 


4 


1695-1878, . 


Bohoe, 


Clogher, 


Fermanagh, 


3 


1840-1876, . 


1840-1876, . 




Bohola , . , 


Achonry (see 


Killedan). 










Boolagh or Abbeygor 


macan (see Kilt 


ormer). 






1824-1845, . 




♦Booterstown, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


3 


1824-1875, . 


— 


Bor dwell (see Aghmaca 


rt). 












Borris, 


Leighlvi (see 


Clonagoose). 






1799-1845, . 


1799-1876. 


Borris-in-Ossory, 


Ossory, 


Queen’s, 


1 


1799-1876, . 


(also see Aglmvoe). 














Borristnore, 

. Borrishafarney, . . . 


Ossory (see 
Killaloe, 


Bumchurch). 
Tipperary, & 








1827-1878. 


King’s, . 


1 


1827-1878, . 


1827-1851, . 


Borrisokane, . 


Killaloe, 


Tipperary, . 


2 


1821-1876, . 


1821-1845, . 


1821-1876. 


Borrisoleigli, 


Cashel, 


Tipperary, . 


1 


1787-1875, . 


1787-1844, . 


1782-1875. 


[also see Glankeen). 
Bourne y, . 


Killaloe, . 


Tipperary, . 


2 


1827-1877, . 


1828-1845, . 


1827-1877. 


Bovevagh, 


Derry, 


Londonderry 


3 


1827-1878, . 


1830-1845, . 




Boyle & Eathmichael, 


ELphin , 


Roscommon, 


5 


1793-1875, ,. 


1703-1845, . 


1793-1875. 


Boyounagh, . 


Tuam (see 


Kilkerrin). 










Boystown , . 


Glendalough 


(secBlesinton 


• 




1836-1845, 


1836-1870. 


•Brackavillo, 


Armagh, 


Tyrone, 


2 


1836-1876, . 


Brannoxtown, . 


Glendalough 


(see Kilcullen 








1846-1875. 


"Brantry, 


Armagh, 


Tyrone, 


3 


1844-1875, . 


1845, . 


Bray, . . . . 


Dublin, 


Wicklow, 


7 


1666-1875, . 


1666-1845, 




(also see Kilbride 


Bray). 












Bray (St. James), 


Dublin (see 


Bray). 










Breaghwy, . 
Bregogue, . 


Tuam (see 


Castlebar). 










Cloyne (see 


Buttevant). 










Bride, . 


Kildare (see 


Carogh). 










Bridgetown, 


Cloyne (see 


Castletomnrc 


che). 








Bridpatrick, 


Glendalough 


(seeRathmor 






1811-1842, 


1771-1880. 


Bright, . 


Down, . 


Down, . 


3 


1769-1880, 


“Brigown, . 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


5 


1775-1S75, 


1775-1845, 




Brinny, 


Cork, . 


Cork, . 
Aghern). 


3 


1797-1875, 


1707-1845, 




Britway , . . 


Cloyne (se 


| 









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Parish, Church, or Chapel. 



Broadford (Killaliathan\ 
Broomfield, 

Brosna, . 

*Bruff, . . 

Bruhemy (see Churchy 
Bruree, 

Bullaun, 

I Bumlin, 

| Bwncrana (see FaJian, 
Bundoran, . • • 

Bunlakinch ( with Loui$\ 
Bunmahon , 

Bunralty , . 

BuolicTc, 



BurnchorcH, . 
Burriscarra , 
BURRISHOOLE, (o) 
Burry , 

[♦Burt. • • . 

Bushmills ( see Billy an«| 
Buttevant, 



Parish ). 
Clogher, 
Ardfert, 
Limerick, 

Limerick, 
Kilmacduagh 
Elpliin, 
Lower), 
Clogher , (see 
\burgh). 
Lismore ( see 
Killaloe 
Cashel 
Killaloe 
Ossory, 
Tuam 
Tuam, . 
Meath ( 
Derry, 
Dunluce). 

. I Cloyne, 



County. Yols.! 



Monaghan, . 2 

Kerry, . n 

Limerick, 

Limerick, . . 
(see Kilcolgan ) 
Roscommon, 

Pinner). 



(see 



(see 



Monksland an d Str\ 
Kilfinaghty an cl Tra\ 
Borrisoleigh). 1 

Castletcnonarr a). 
Kilkenny, . 

Bally hone). 

Alayo, . 
Balrathboyne). 
Donegal, 

Cork, . 



1839-1877, 

1841-1877, 

1850-1875, 

1811-1880, 

1826-1875, 



adbally). 

ddery). 



Caclamstoum, 

Caher, . 

Calieragh, . 
Caherconlish, 
Cahercorney, 

Cdherlag , . 

Cauernarry, . - . 

{also see St. Mary's , Li\ 
Cahersiveen, 

Caherultan , 

|«Cahir, . 

Cahir , . 

Cahirduggcm, 

Calary, 

Caledon or Aghaloo, 
Callan, 

Calry, . • • 

( also see St. John, Sligo 
, Camlin, 
j*Camlough, . 

Camma, 

Camolin , 

Camus (Bann), . 
Camus (Monme), 

C ANN AWAY, • • | 

(i also see KillaspugmuUa | 
Cappagh, . ■ 

Cappamore (SsTdogh 
Cappoge, . > 

•Cappoquin . 

Carbery, 

Cargins , 

Carltngford, . 

„ Rathcorr, C.E 
j* Carlow, 

Carnagh, ■ 
Carnalway, . 
Camcastle, . 
Carndonagh, ♦ 
Cause, 

*Carnew, • _• . . 

Carnlough ( Ardehnis 
Carnmoney, 

Carnteel, . 

Carogh, 



Kildare (see 
Ardfert, 

Cork, . 

Emly . 

Emly, . 

Cork ( see 

Limerick, . 
\merick.) 
Ardfert, 

Cloyne (see 
Lismore, 
Ossory ( see 
Cloyne ( see 
Glendalough 
Armagh, 
Ossory, 
Elphin, 

.) 

Connor (see 
Armagh, 
Elphin ( see 
Ferns (see 
Derry, . 
Derry, . 

Cork, . 

|ne.) 

Derry, . 
Emly, . 
Armagh (see 
Lismore, 
Kildare, 
Tuam (see 
Armagh, 



Carbery and C 
Kerry, 

Cork, . 

Limerick, 

Limerick, 

Rathcooney) 

Limerick, 



1788-1876, . 
1744-1878 (a), 
1802-1875, . 
1768-1873, . 



1811-18—, 

1824-1845, 



1817-1871, 

1756- 1844, 
1802-1845, 

1757- 1845, 



astlec] 



Leighlin, 
Ferns (see 
Kildare, 
Connor ( see 
(see Donagh). 
Ferns, . 
Ferns, ; 
\Parish). 
Connor, 
Armagh, 
Kildare, 



(see Caher). 
Castlemartyr). 
Tipperary, . 
Aghmacart). 
Buttevant). 
Wicklow, . 
Tyrone, 
Kilkenny, . 
Sligo, . 

Glenavy). 
Armagh, 
Kiltoom). 
Toombe). 
Derry, . 
Tyrone, 

Cork, . 

Tyrone, 

Limerick, 

Dunleer). 

Waterford, 

Kildare, 

Headford). 

Louth, 

Carlow, . . 
St. Mary’s, A 1 ] 
Kildare, 
Kilwccughter) 

Wexford, 

Wexford, 

Antrim, 

Tyrone, 

Kildare, 



\arlery). 

1823-1876, 

1835-1875, 

1804-1876, 

1812—, 

1799-1876, 



1801-1873, 



1831-1875, 

1791-1876, 

1734-1876, 

1824-1878, 



1832-1876, 



1824-1860, 

1803-1874, 

1815-1876, 



1870-1872. 

1859-1875. 

1811-1880. 

1824-1874. 



1827-1877. 

1756-1878. 

1802-1875. 

1773-1878. 



6 0) 



\mRo\ 



1823-1844, 

1835-1845, 

1804-1845, 

1812- 

1802-1865, 



1831-1844, 

1791-1845, 

1734-18—, 

1S24-1845-, 



1758-1875, 

1858-1877, 

1844- 1875, 

1804- 1870, 

1816-1877, 

1845- 1876, 
1744-1875, 

|ss). 

1805- 1876, 



1804- 187G, 
1749-1875, 

1789-1875, 

1805- 1875, 
1799-1875, 



1823-1876. 

1835-1875. 

1804-1875. 

1812-, 

1802-1876. 



1831-1875. 

1791-1876. 

1734-1876. 

1824-1875. 



1835-1846, . 


1833-1877. 


1824- 


1824-1878. 


1825-1845, . 


1825-1875. 


1817-1845, . 


1830-1834. 


1758-1845, . 


1758-1875. 


— 


1859-1877. 







1804-1845, - 


1804-1870. 


1816-1844, . 1 


1816-1876. 





1854-1876. 


1744-1845, . 


1744-1875. 


1805-1863, . 


1805-1876. 


1806-1856, . 


1815-1876. 


1749-1845, . 


1749-1875. 


1789-1845, . 


1845-1875. 


1S05-1845, . 


1805-1875. 


1799- 


1799-1875. 



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APPENDIX TO THIRTEENTH REPORT OP THE DEPUTY 



Table of Parochial Records — continued. 



Parish, Church, or Chapel. 


Diocese. 


County. 


Vols. j 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. j 


Carrans, 


Ardfert ( see 


Balbjmacelligo 


t). 






| 


Garrick, 


Armagh ( see 


Rathdrumin). 










Caheick, . 


Derry, . 


Londonderry 




1847-1877, . 


— 


1867-1674. j 


Garrick, 


Glendalough ( 


see Delgany). 










| Garrick, 


Kildare (see 


Castiecarbery 


). 








! Carrick, 


Lismore, 


Tipperary, . 


2 


1803-1875, . 


1803-1845, . 


1803-1875. J 


| Carrick, 


Meath ( see 


Moyhsker). 










1 Carrickbeg, 


Lismore , 


(see Dysart). 










i Carrickfergus, . 
Carrickmacross or 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


7 


1740-1875, . 


1740-1845, . 


1740-1870. 


Magheross, 


Clogher, 


Monaghan, . 


1 


1790-1875, . 


1798-1846, . 


1798-1875. 


Carrickmore, 


Armagh (see 


Termonmagui 


rk). 








Currick-on-Sfiannon, . 


(see Kittukin a 


nd Kiltogliart). 










Cankk-on-Suir, 


Lismore ( see 


Carrick and D 


ysart; 








Carriff, 


Ferns (see 


Wexford). 










*Carrigaline, 


Cork, . 


Cork, . 


4 


1723-1756, <fc 


1723-1750, <fc 


1723-1756, & 








1808-1875, 


1808-1845, 


1808-1873. 


Carrigallen, . 


Kilmore, 


Leitrim, 


2 


1804-1S70, . 


1804- 


1804-1870. 


Carrigamleary, . 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 
(Obsolete Par 


2 


1779-1875, . 


— 


1848-1869. 


Carrigdcrwnane, . 


Cloyne, 


ish). 








Carrigparson , 
Carqxgkohajie and 


Emly (see 


CahercorilisTi). 










CARRIGROHANEBEG, 


Cork and 


Cork, . 


3 


1802-1824, & 


1801-1825, . 


1801-1823, & 




Cloyne. 






1847-1877. 




1847-1S77. 


CARHIGTOnlLl, . 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


3 


1776-1877, . 


1779-1844, . 


1776-1676. 


Carrowdore, . 


Down, . 


Down, . 


1 


1841-1873, . 


1S42-1846, . 


1842-1675. 


Canine, 


Kilfenora (see 


Killdlagh). 










;*Carysfort (Blackrock), 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 
Longford, . 


1 


1855-1878, . 


— 


— 


i Cashel, 
i Cashel Cathedral 


Ardagh, 


3 


1813-1877, . 


1818-1844, . 


1816-1877. 


Cashel (see 


St. John theBa 


ptist 


). 




| Castlane or White- 










; CHURCH (ft), , 


Ossory, 

Clogher, 


Kilkenny, . 


2 


1804-1876, . 


1307-1868, . 


1818-1875. (a) 


I Castle Arcbdall, 


(Mo records). 






! Castlebar, 


Tuam. . 


Mayo, . 


7 


1759-1787, & 


1759-1786, & 


1758-1787, <fe 










1805-1877. 
One in 1752. 


1805-1845. 


1805-1876. 


Castle Bellingham, 


Armagh (see 


Kilsaran). 










Castleblakeney, . 


Elpliin, 


Galway, 


3 


1824-1871, . 


1824-1845, . 


1824-1875. 


Castleblayney (see Muc 
Castlebrack (.see Oregon) 


knoe). 












Castlebridge ( see Ardco 


Ime). 












Castiecarbery, . 


Kildare, 


Kildare, 


4 


1814-1870, . 


1814-1845, . 


1814-1870. 


Castlecaulfleld, . 


Armagh (see 


Donaghmore). 








Castlecomer, 


Ossory, 


Kilkenny, . 


5 


1799-187S, . 


1799-1842, . 


1799-1878. 


Castlecomer Colliery, 


Ossory, 


Kilkenny, . 


3 


1859-1879, . 


1839-, . . 




Castleconnell, 
Casteecojtner and 


Killaloe, (sec 


Stradbally). 










KlLGLASS (b\ 


Killala, 
Derry, . 


Sligo, . 


1 


1821-1835, . 


1821-1835, . 


1821-1834. 


'Castlcdawson, 


Derry . 


2 


1844-187—, . 







Castlcdawson Tenon, . 


Armagh (see 


Magherafelt). 










Castledermot, 


Glendalough 


Kildare, 


3 


1701-1876, . 


1701-1876, . 


1708-1876. 


Castle Ellis, 


Ferns (see 


Kilmallog). 






Castlefinn (see Bonagh 


more). 












Castlegregory, 
Castlehayen or 


Ardfert (see 


Killeny or Kil 


liney 








Castletownsenb, 


Ross, . 


Cork, . 


3 


1782-1876, . 


1782-1844, . 


1784— 187G. 


’Castleisland, 


Ardfert, 


Kerry, 


1 


1835-1877, . 


1836-1876, . 


1836-1875. 


•Castlejordan, 


Meath, 


King’s, 


2 


1823-1874, . 


1823-1845, . 


1823-1874. 


Castlekieran (see Lough 


an). 








Castuekirke, . 


Tuam, . 
Dublin, 


Galway, 


2 


1866-1878, . 







Castleknocb, 


Dublin, 


7 


1709-1875, . 


1710-1740, & 


1709-1742, & 












1768-1845. 




Castleeost, . 


Meath, 

Cloyne, 


Westmeath, 


2 


1796-1880, . 


1804-1850, . 




Castlelyons, 


Cork, . 


5 


1723-1875, . 


1723-18-, . 




Castlemacadam(OYOca), 


Glendalough, 


Wicklow, . 


7 


1719-1875, . 


1719-1845, . 




Castlemagner, . 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


3 


1809-1875, . 


, 1609-1845, . 


1809-1875. 


Castlemaktyr, 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


3 


1768-1876, . 


1769-1845, . 


1772-1877. j 

1 


(aZso see Ighter 


murragh). 










Castlemore, 


Aclionry, 


Mayo, . 


2 


1866-1875, . 





1866-1875. 

' v -1 


Castkpollard (see Rathg 


rajfe). 











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Table of Parochial Records— continued. 



Parish, Church, or Chapel. 



Castleraghan, 

(also see Ball>jjames\ 
Castlereagh, 

CASTLERICKARD, 

Castlerobert alias Dun- 
moylan, . 

Castlerock, . 

CASTLETERRA, . 

. Castletown, . 

"■Castletown, • • , 

(included in Killeba\ 
Castletown, . 
Castletownarra, . 
Castletown Berehaven ( 
Castletown Ely, . 

C ASTLETOWN KIN- 
DAXEH <!fe YaSTXNA, 
Castletownroche, , 
Castletownsend (see Ca 
Castleventry, 
Castlewellan, _ . 

Cavan ( see Annagelliffe) 
Celbridge or Kil- 
drought, . 

Chapel, 

Chapel Charon Glyn, . 
*Chapelizod, 

Chapel Royal (Dublin 
Castle), (a) 

Chapeleusseix, 
Charlemont, . 
Charlestown, 

Charleville, . 

Christ Church, . ■ . 

"Christ Churcb (Belfast), 



Kilmore, 
\duff P.C. in 
Elphin (see 
Meath, 



Limerick, 
Derry, . 
Kilmore, 
Armagh ( see 
Leighlin, 

In m. 

Meath (see 
. Killaloe, 

Isee Berehaven 
Killaloe (see 

Meath, 

, Cloyne, 

I stlehaven). 
Ross, . 
Down, . 



Cavan, 
this Parish). 
Killukin). 
Meath, 

(A To Inventor^ 
(No records). 
Cavan, . 
Dundalk). 
Queen’s 



Drakestoum). 
Tipperary, . 

Dunkerrin). 

Westmeath, 
Cork, . 

Cork, . 
Down, 



Christ Church (Lisburn) 
Christ Church (Rush- 
brook), . 

Christ Church Cathe- 
dral, 

Christ Chutch (Kings- 
town), 

Christ Church (Leeson- 
park), . • • 

Churchtown, or Ta- 
cumshane, 

Churchtown, 
Churchtown, . 

(also see Ardbraccan). 
Churchtown or 
Bruhenny, . 
‘dabby, 

"Clanabogan, 

Clane, . 

Clara , . 

ClaRiV and Kil- 

MONAGHAN, . 

Clare, 

Clare , . . • 

Clare Abbey, 

Clare Castle ( see Clare 
Claremorris (Kilcolman 
Clashacrow, 

Clashmore, . 

Clear , . . • • 

Cleenisb, . • • i 

(also see Mullagha \ 
Clen'obe, . 

Clifden, 

Cloghane, 



Glendalougb, 

(see 
Ferns (see 
Dublin, 

Dublin, 
Limerick, . 
Armagh, 
Armagh, 
Cloyne (see 
Cork (see 
Connor, 



Connor, 

Cloyne, 

Dublin, 



I Kildare, 
Killegney). 

1 Killurin). 
Dublin, 

(No records). 
Limerick, . 
Armagh, 
Louth, 

I Bally hay), 
moly Trinity) 
Antrim, 
Antrim, 

Cork, . 

(No Inventor 

Kingstown) 



Dublin, 

Ferns ( see 

Glendcdough 
Meath, 



1814-1877, 

1836-1877, 
Adare and Rat | 
1800-1877, . 
1802-1876, . 

1802-1875, . 



1810-1877, 

1728-1876, 



1825-1875, 

1853-1878, 



1777-1870, 



1812-1875, 

(a) 

1822-1877, 

1883-1876, 

1822-1875, 



1837-1875, 

1849-1873, 



1817-1859, 

1837-1870, 

| hkeale). 
1785-1845, 
1802-1864, 

1802-1846, 



Burials. 



s). 



Tacumshane). 
(see Athy). 
Westmeath, 



Cloyne, 
Clogher, 
Derry, . 
Kildare, 
Ossory (see 

Meath, . 
Armagh, 
Tuam (see 
Killaloe, 

\ Abbey) 
Parish). 
Ossory { see 
Lismore, 

Ross (see 
Clogher, 
|d«n). 

Cloyne, 
Tuam (see 
Ardfert, 



Cork, . 
Fermanagh, 
Tyrone, 
Kildare, 

St. John, KiUc 

King’s, 
Armagh, 

St. Nicholas, 
Clare, 



jenny) 



\Galw 



1867- 



1812-1876, 

1806-1865, 

1862- 1875, 

1863- 1875. 
1802-1875, 

1811-1877, 

1840-1879, 

lay). 

1818-1876, 



Aghour or JV 
Waterford, . 
Kilcoe) . 
Fermanagh, 

Cork, . 
Omey). 
Kerry, 




1810-1844, 

1728-1870, 



1825-1845, 



1777-18- 



1813-1875. 

1844-1875. 



1820-1877. 

1802-1876. 



1818-1878. 

1733-1877. 



1825-1875. 

1853-1878. 



1812-1845, . : 


1812-1875. 


(a) 

1824-1844, . 
1833-1845, . 

1822-1845, . 


1823-1874. 

1834-1876. 

1822-1875. 


1887-1846, . 


1887-1875, 


- 


• — 


- 


- 


1814-1848, . 


1812-1870. 


1808-1845, . 


1826-1872. 


1802-1845, . 


1863-1875. 

1802-1875. 


1807-1861, . 
1840-1845, . 


1812-1877. 

1847-1879. 


1818-1845, . 


1818-1875. 


1822-1845, . 


1822-1873. 


, 1796-1845, . 


1796-1875. 


. 1814-1842, . 


1814-1865. 


. 1833-1848: 

1865. 


1831-1867. 



(a) Baptisms and Marriages in the 



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Pariah, Church, or Chapel. 



Clogkeen ( Shanrahan 
Clogher, 

|*Clogher, 

Clogherbrien, 

Cloghcr Cathedral (wrff| 
Clogherny, . 

Cloghran, . 
CtOStANTAGH, . 

(also see Aghour). 
Clonaghill, . 
Clonagoose or 
Bonius, . 

Clonahcen, . 

Clonakilty ( Kilgarife 
Clonallou, . 

(also see Warrenpl 
Clonaloy, . 

Clonameri /, . 

Clonard, 

Clonaslee (b) 

Clonbeg, . 

Clonbern, . 
•Clonbroney, 
Clonbullogue, 

Cloncagh, . 
Clonuha, . 

Cloncurry, . 
•Clondalkin, 

CiONDEGAD, 
Clondehorky, 
‘Clondc-vaddock, 
Clondrohid, 

Clondnff, . 
CtONDCLANE, 

Clone, 

(also see Ferns\ 

Clorea, 

Cloneen, 

Clonegal, . 
|*Clonegam, . 

Cloiielty, 

•Clonenagh, . 
k Clones, 

Cloney, 

Clonevhdrke, 
Clonfadforan, 
Clonfeacle, . 
Clonfert, 

Clonfert (New- 
market), 

Clongeen, . 

Clongill, 

' Clongish and Clongish 
Killoe, . 

Clonkeen, . 

Clonlceen, . 

Clonkehan, . 

Clonlea, . 
Clonleigh, 

Clonleigh, . 

Clonlenn, . 

Clonlogher, . 

Clonlolian, . 
Clonmacduff, 
Clonmacnoxs, . 
Clonmany, . 

Clonmeen, . 

Clonmel (Queenstown 
Clonmel, . . 

Clonmellon (see Killall\ 



Parish). 
Armagh (see 
Cloghcr, 
Ardfert (see 
h Clogher). 
Armagh, 
Dublin, 
Ossory, 

Achonry (see 

Leighlin, 
Leighlin (see 
Parish). 
Dromore, . 

| oint). 

Meath (see 
Ossory (see 
Meath, 
Kildare, 
Emly, . 

Tuan i (see 

Ardagh, 
Cashel (see 
Limerick (see 
Derry, 
Kihlare (see 
Dublin, 
Killaloe, 
Raphoe, 
Kaphoe, 
Cloyne, 
Dromore, 
Cloyne, 
Ferns, . 
and Kilbride). 
Lismore (see 
Cashel (see 
Ferns, . 
Lismore, 
Limerick, . 
Leighlin, 
Clogher, 
Killaloe (see 
Kildare, 
Meath, 
Armagh, 
Clonfert, 

Cloyne, 

Ferns ( see 

Meath, . 

Ardagh, 
Armagh, 
Clonfert (see 
Armagh (see 
Killaloe, 
Derry, . 
Ferns (see 
Meath (see 
Kilmore (see 
Killaloe (see 
Meath (see 
Meath, 
Derry, . 
Cloyne, 
Cloyne, 
Lismore , (see 
on). 



Termonfeckim 
Tyrone, 

Bally naliaglis\ 

Tyrone, 
Dublin, 
Kilkenny, . 

Achonry). 

Carlow, 

Clonenagh). 

Down, 

Julianstown). 

Inhistiogue). 

Meath, 

Kildare, 

Tipperary, . 

Kilkerrin). 

Longford, . 

Tipperary). 

Clonclty and 

Donegal, 

Kilcock). 

Dublin, 

Clare, . 
Donegal, 
Donegal, 
Cork, . 
Down, . 

Cork, . 
Wexford, 



Dungarvan). 
Fethard) . 

Wexford, . 
Waterford, . , 

(No Inventory). 
Queen’s, . 4 

Monaghan, . ! 10 
Killinuboy, () gashil 
King’s, 

Westmeath, 

Tyrone, 

Galway, 

Cork, . 

Roretown). 

Meath, . 

Longford, . 

Louth, . . | 

Ballymacward). 
Charlestoion). 

Clare, . 

Donegal, . i 
St. Mary, New .Ross). I 
Trim). ) 
Ifanoj-hamilto n). . 
Kilnasoolagh I and 
Arclbraccan). 1 
King's, 

Derry, . 

Cork, . 

Cork, . 
Innislonnagh and 



Baptisms. 



1824-1875, . 
1732-1875, (a) 
1829-1877, . 



1832-1877, . 



1792-1875, 

(ft) 

1805-1877, 



\keale). 

1825-1876, 

1728-1875, 
1S3 1-1870, 
1S25-1S78, 
1794-1876, 
1770-1S75, 
1782-1876, 
1812-1873, 
1833-1876, 



1792- 1875, 
1741-1875, 

1749-1875, 

1682-1873, 

\n, Quin, and T| 
1847-1878, 

1793- 1875, 
1743-1877, 
1812-1875, 

1771-1875, 

1810-1870, 

1820-1875, 

1808-1875, 



1827-1877, 

1759-1872, 



Tj’addei'y). 

1828-1874. 
1835-1869, 
1764-1875, 
1761-1825, 
St. Mary). 



1825-1844, . 
1732-1845, (a) 
1829-1874, . 



1792-1845, 

(ft) 

1808-1844,. 



1823-1844, 

1728-1845, 

1833-1844, 

1825-1844, 

1794-1843, 

1770-1845, 

1786-1845, 

1812-1858, 

1833-1873, 



1792- 18—, 
1742-1845, 

1749-1845, 
1682-1860, 
| uUa). 

1793- 18- , 
1761-1845, 
1816-1844, 

1771-1844, 

1810- 

1820-1844, 

1808-1845, 



1830-1846, 

1764-1844, 



1825-1875. 
1732-1875. (a) 
1SSO— 1874. 



1792-1875. 

(ft) 

1806-1877. 



1829-1877. 

1728-1875. 

1833-1869. 

1825-1878. 

1794-1875. 

1770-1874. 

1782-1876. 

1812-1S76. 

1833-1876. 



1792- 1875. 
1743-1375. 

1749-1875. 

1682-1873. 

1847-1878. 

1793- 1875. 
173G-1S76. 

1819- 1875. 

1771-1875. 

1810-1870. 

1820- 1875. 
1S08-1S75. 



1855-1877. 

1764-1877. 



1818-1877. 

1835-1SU9. 

1799-1875 

1761-1875. 



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parish, Church, or Chapel. Diocese. 



Clonmethan, 

Clonmines , . 

Clonmore, 

CLONMORE . 

(also see St. Mary 
Clonmore, . 

Clonmore, . 

Clonmclsk, 

ClONMULT, 

Clonncreema. 
Clonodonnell, 

Clonoe, 

Clonoulty, . 

Clonpriest, 

Clonrush, . 

Clonshanbo, 

Clonshire, . 

Clonsilla, . • . 

(also see Ca$tlekn\ 
j*Clontarf, . 

Clontead , 

Clontubbi'id , 

Clonturk (see Drumcon\ 
Clontuskart, 

Cloon, 

(also see Aughavass, 
Cloonaff, 

Cloonarny, . 

Cloondare, . 

("Clooney, 

Clooney, 

Clooneygormican, 

Cloonlogher, 

'Cloonsast, . 
Cloontibret, . 
Clough, 

Cloughjordan, . 

(also see Modreeny 
Cloughprior, 

Cloverhill Church (see 
Cloydagh, • W 
Cloyne, 

Cloyne Cathedral, 
Clunany, 

Coal Island, 
Coghlanstown, 

Coleman, 

Coleraine, . 

Coleraine, . 

Colligan, 
kCollinstown, 

|*Collon, . 

Collaoney (see BaUysod\ 
Colpe, 

Columbkille, 
ColumbltiUe, 

Comber, 

Confey, 

•Cong, . 

1 Connor, . 

Conry , . 

Convoy, . 

CONWALL, • 
Cookstown , . 

Cookstown , . 
Coolaghmore, 

•Coolaglity, . 
•Coolbanagher, 

Coolcar, 

I Cooloashin, . 



Dublin, 

Owenduff). 

Louth, 

Wexford, 



Dublin, 

Ferns (see 
Armagh, 

Ferns, . 

| Enniscortliy). 

Leighlin, 

Ossory, 

Leighlin, 

Cloyne, 

Limerick (see 
Ardagh (see Killashee). 
Armagh, . j Tyrone, 



Carlow, 

Kilkenny, 

Carlow, 

Cork, . 

St. Michael, 



(see 

(see 



Cashel, 

Cloyne, 
Killaloe (see 
Kildare (see 
Limerick (see 
Dublin, 
ock). 

Dublin, 

Cork 
Ossory 
dr a). 

Clonfert, 
Ardagh, 

C. E.) 

Elphin (see 
Meath ( see 

Kilmore (see 
Derry, . 
Kilj'enora($ee\ 
Elphin (see 
Kilmore (see 
Kildare, 
Clogher, 
Clogher, 
Killaloe, 



Tipperary, 

Cork, . 

Inniscaltra). 

Clane). 

Rathkeale). 

Dublin, 

Dublin,* 
Tracion ). 
Aghour or Fr\ 



, I | 

Vols. Baptisms. j Marriages. Burials. 



1757-1869, . 
1828-1880, . 

1809-1875, , 
1817-1875, . 
1840-1877, . 
1859-1873, . 
|ric&). 

1824-1875, . 
1817-1875, . 
1833-1866, . 



Galway, 

Leitrim, 

KiUukin). 
Delvin). 
ManorhamiU 
Derry, . 
Kil/enora). 
Arddare, p. 
ManorhamiU 
Kildare, 
Monaghan, . 
Monaghan, . 
Tipperary, . 



eshfo 



Killaloe (see 
St. John, Kilm\ 
Leighlin, 
Cloyne, 

(see Cloyne). 
Limerick (see 
Armagh (see 
Glendalough(s\ 
Cashd (see 
Connor, 

Derry (see 
Lismore (see 
Meath, 
Armagh, 

| are). 

Meath, 
Ardagh, 
Ossory (see 
Down, . 
Dublin (see 
Tuam, . 
Connor, 
Meath (see 
Raphoe, 
Raphoe, 
Armagh (see 
Meath ( see 
Ossory (see 
Clogher, 
Kildare, 
Kildare (see 



Finnoe). 
|ore). 
Carlow, 
Cork, . 



Croom). 

Brackaville). 

\ee BaUymore- 
St. John Bapt | 
Derry, 
KUlowen). 
Whitechurch, 
Westmeath, 
Louth, . 

Meath, 
Longford, 
Thomastown 
Down, . 
LeixUp). 

Mayo, . 
Antrim, 
Ghurchtown 
Donegal, 
Donegal, 
Derryloran). 
Ratoath). 
Callan). 
Fermanagh, 
Queen’s, 
Primult or £] 



Eust 

list). 



1821-1876, 

1813-1877, 



1805-1875, 

1799-1876, 

1811-1879, 

1827-1875, 



1805-1876, 

1708-1878, 



ore). 

1838-1875, 

1790-1875, 



Ossory (see Aghour or Fi 



allyb 

eshfo\ 



1759-1850,* 

1S2S-18G9, 

1809-18- , 
1817-1845, 
1843-1855, 



182-1-1845, 

1817-1845, 

1834-1837, 



1831-1844, 

1811-1852, 



1821—1845, 

1813-1845, 



p. 250.) 

1805-1845, 

1799-1845, 

1811- 

1827-1845, 



1805-1860, 

1708-1862, 



1838-1851, 

1790-18—, 



1810- 1874, 
1824-1875, 

Ossorly). 

1683-1875, 

1811- 1875, 
1818-1871, 

| h). 

1824-1870, 
1808-1878, 



1835-1875, 

1802-1870, 

urley). 

[ rd). 



1813-1859, 

1823-1846, 



1811-1845, 

1819-1345, 



1821-1845, 

1795-1845, 



1844- , 

1802-1845, 



1758-1870. 

1840-1880. 

1809-1875. 

1817-1875, 

1840-1877. 

1868————. 



1824-1875. 

1817-1875. 

1838-1807. 



1831-1875. 

1812-1875. 



1837-1877. 

1814-1879. 



1805-1875. 

1799-1870. 

1811-1879. 

1827-1848. 



lSOo-1876. 

1708-1878. 



1790-1875. 

1812-1878. 

1831-1874. 

1683-1876. 

1811-1872. 

1823-1878. 

1826-1877. 

1818-1878. 



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Parish, Church, or Chapel. 



Coolcraheen , 

Coole, 

Cooleagh, . 

Cooley, 

Coolock, 

COOLSTUFF, 

Cooneen, 

CootehtU (see Drum 
CORAWOLLEN, 

Corbatty , . 

CuRBALLY, 

CORCLONE, 
Corcomoliide, 

Cork City— 

Episcopal Free 
Church, , 
*11017 Trinity or 
Christ Church, 

St. Anne, Shandon, 
St. Finn Barr, 

St. Lappen, 

St. Luke, . 

St. Mary, Shandon, 
St. Michael, Black 
rock, . 

St. Nicholas, . 

St. Pacl, 

St. Peter, 
"Covkbeg, 

Courtown , . 

Craigs, 

Cranjleld, . 

|*Creagh, 

Creagh, 

Crecora, 

Crecrin, 

Creeve , 

♦Creggan, . 

C rekelp ( see Donor d). 
Crew Bridge (Drumchl 
Crewmally, . 

CHckstou'n , 

Croagh, . 

Croghan, . 

Crohane, 

Crooke, 

Croom, 



Diocose. 



Ossory (see 
Cloyne, 

Cashel {see 
Armagh, 
Dublin, 

Ferns, . 
Clogher, 
und Killeshet'l 
Kilmore, 

Cork (see 
Killaloe, 
Leighlin, 
Limerick, 



Cork, . 
Cork, . 



(see 



Cork, 

Cork, 

Cork, 

Cork, 

Cork, 

Cork, 

Cork, 

Cork, 

Cork, 

Cloyne, 

Ferns 
Connor, 
Connor (see 
Clonfert, 

Ross, . 
Limerick, . 
Leighlin (see 
Elphin (see 
Armagh, 

\mph Parish). 
IAmerick (see 
Meath (see 
Limerick, . 
Elphin, 

Cashel (see 
Waterford (see\ 
Limerick, 



Tuam, . 

Clogher, 
Kilmore (see 



Armagh (see 
Killala, 



Crossboyne, . 

Crossduff, Aoghna 
mullen East, 

Crosserlovyk, 

Crossgar (see Kilmore). , 

Crosshaven ( see Temple, 

Crossmaglen, 

"CrossmoUna, 

Crosspatrick and 
Kilcommon, . 

Cruagh , 

Crumlin, 

CULDAFF, . 

CUXFEI GHTRIN, 

(also see Cushendun). 

Cullen, . . 

Cullen, . 

(also see Templebredy), 

Cullen, . . . <lUli „ j 

Cullemiaine (see Tempi eharry). 
Culmore, . . . I Derry, 

Cultiiultin, . . . Meatli ' (see 



(see 



Ferns, . 
Dublin 
Dublin, 
Derry, 
Connor, 



Ardfert ( see 
Cork, . 

Emly, . 



County. 



Odagh). 

(No records). 

Killenaule). 

Tyrone, 

Dublin, 

Wexford, 

(No records be\ 
cliney). 
Leitrim, 
Carrigrohane\ 
Tipperary, . 
Queen’s, 

(A'o records). 



( Parish of St. 

Cork, . 

Cork, . 
Cork, . 
Cork, . 
Cork, . 
Cork, . 

Cork, . 
Cork, . 
Cork, . 
Cork, . 
Cork, . 
Avdamine). 
Antrim, 
Duneane). 
Galway, 
Cork, . 

(A T o records). 
Aghold). 
Fastersnow). 
Armagh, 



LoughilT). 

Patoath). 

Limerick, . 

Roscommon, 

Dismalin). 

Killea). 

Limerick, . 

Mayo. . 

Monaghan, . 
Kildrumfertol 



Creggan). 
Mayo, . 

Wicklow, 
TaTlaght) . 
Dublin, 
Donegal, 
Antrim, 

Drishane and\ 
Cork, . 

Tipperary, . 

Londonderry, 

Knockmark). 



1836-1875, 

1760-1875, 

1825-1853, 

1870). 

1855-1877, 

1834-1877, 

1791-1878, 



1643-1666 l 
1708-1877. 
1772-1875, 
1753-1881, 
1866-1875, 
1837-1876, 
1671-1873, 

1828-1875, 

1721-1875, 

1759-1879, 

1744-1873, 

183G-1S75, 



39-1876, 



1823-1875, 

1812-1876, 



1808-1875, 



1819-1866, 

1862-1876, 



1720: 1786- 
1877. 

1747-1877, . 



1768-1875, 

1830-1879, 

1740-1874, 

1825-1857, 

1829-1877, 

I mtarriff). 
1847-1875, 

1770-1875, 

1867-1878, 



1836-1858, 

1760-1845, 

1831-1850, 



1836-1875. 

1760-1875. 

1826-1871. 



1849-1877. 

1791-1878. 



1644-1665 & 
1721-1845. 
1772-1845, . 
1752-1845, . 

1837-1845, . 
1671-1848, . 

1828-1845, . 
1721-1845, . 
1762-1847, . 
1745-1845, . 
1836-1845, . 

1841-1845, . 

1823-1845, . 
1812-1B45, . 



1644-1668 <fc | 
1732-1870. 
1772-1879. 
1753-1881. 
1866-1875. 

1671-1872; 

1828-1875. 

1721-1873. 

1762-1877. 

1745-1874. 

1836-1875. 

1841-1871. 



1820-1863, 



1698-1733, «fc 
1789-1845. 
1759-1843, . 



1768-1844, 

1880-1867, 

1823- 1863, 

1824- 1862, 
1829-1842, 



1828-1877. 

1860-1876. 



1698-1740, & I 
1789-1874 
1748-1868. 



1740-1874. 

1828- 1875. 

1829- 1877. 



1846-1856. 

1770-1875. 

1869-1878. 



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Parish, Church, or Chapel. 



County. Vols. 



Baptisms. 



Cumber, Lower, . 
Cumber, Upper, . 
Cummer or Ki Imocrean , 
Currans, . 

|*Currin, 

Currin Drum, . 
CurrijTtippane, . 
CushendaU ( see Layde) 
Cushendun* (a) . 



Derry, . 
Derry, . . I 

Tuam (see 
Ardfert ( see 
Clogher, 
Clogber, 

Cork ( see 

Connor, 



Dadkey, (6) 

Dangandargan, . 
Danesfort, . 

Danestown , 

Dai'ragh, . 
Davidstoion, 

Delgany, (c) 

Delvin, 

De»N, 

Derg, . 

Dernakesh, . 
Dekbaeossoby, 
Debky, C. E., . 
Derry (see Clooney and 
•Derry (Free Church), 
•Derry aghey, 



DEBBYBBUSK,(«i) 
Derrygalvin, 
Debbygobtbeyy, 
Debbtgbath, . 
Derby heen, 
Debbykeighan, 
Derrykno ckane 
J&iocknegaul , 
Debbylane, 
|*Derryloran, 
Derrynahinch, 
Derrynoose, 
Derryvollau North, 

DEBBYVOLIiAN 

South, . 
Derveb, . 
Dervock { see Derr\ 
•Desartlyn, . 
Desartmartin, 
Desartmobe, 
Desabtoghill, 
Desartsarges, 
Desert, 
|*Desertcreat, 

DESEKTEGNY, 

•Devenish, . 
Diamond, The, 
Diamor, 

'Dingle, 

Disert, 

Disert, 

Disert, 

Dogstown, . 
Dolyth, 
♦Donabate, . 
Donacavey or 
Donadea, . 
•Donagh, 
Donagh, . 
'Donaghadee, 



Derry, . 

Derry, . 
KUmoylan). 
Kiltallagh). 
Monaghan, . 
Monaghan, . 
Carrigrohane )| 

Antrim, 



Dublin, 

Cashel (.see 
Ossory ( see 
Meath ( see 

Limerick (see 
Glendalough 
Glepd.alough, 
Meath, 
Kilmore, 

Derry, . 
Kilmore, 
Glendalough 
Derry, 
Templemore). 
Derry, 
Conner, 



Dublin, 

Athassdl). 

Jiurnchurch). 

Kentstown). 

Kilfinane). 

(see KilcitUen, 
Wicklow, 
Westmeath, 
Cavan, 

Tyrone, 
Cavan, 
Wicklow, . 
Londonderry, 

Derry, . 
Antrim, 



1804-1875, 

1811-1872, 



1810-1877, 

1828-1875, 



; 1801-1875. 
I 1820-1875. 



1812-1848, 

1828-1845, 



Clogher, 
Limerick, 
Armagh, 
Lismore, 
Kilmore, 
Connor, 

Limerick (see 
Kilmore, 
Armagh, 
Ossory (see 
Armagh, 
Clogher, 

Clogher, 
Armagh, 

Ilian). 

1 Armagh, 
Derry, . 

Cork, . 
Derry, . . I 

Cork, . 

Doss (see \ 
Armagh, 
Derry, . 

Clogher, 
Armagh, 
Meath (see 
Ardfert, 
Ardfert ( see 
Ardfert (see 
Elphin ( see 
Cashel 
Limerick (see 
Dublin, 

\gh, which see. 
Kildare, 
Clogher, 
Derry, 
Down,. 



Fermanagh, 

(No inventor ] 

Tyrone, 

Tipperary, 

Cavan, 

Antrim, 

Loughill ). 

Cavan, 

Tyrone, 

Knocktopher). 

Armagh, 

Fermanagh, 



1 1841-1877, 



dalougli). 
1666-1876, . 
1817-1875, . 
1761-1780, & 
1814-1878. 
1807-1875, . 
1837-1875, , 
1779-1878, 
1824-1878, ■ 

1855-1879, . 
1696-1738, & 
1771—1870. 

1847-1877, . 

1815-1874, . 
1839-1872, . 
1835-1879, . 

i 1824-1878, . 



1666-1845, . 
1817-1846, . 
1764-1780, & 
1814-1847. 
1807-1845, . 
1837-1845, . 
1719-1844, . 
1834-1842, . 



1696-1738, <fc 
1827-1844. 



1815-1844, 

1841-1849, 

1839-1850, 

1828-1845, 



Fermanagh, 
Louth, • 

Derry, . 
Derry, . 

Cork, . 

Londonderry, 

Cork, . 

Kilgariffe). 

Tyrone, 

Donegal, 

Fermanagh, 

Armagh, 

Loughcreio). 

Kerry, . 

KiUintierna). 

Listowd). 



Knockgraffon)\ 
Groom). 
DBhlin, 

(No inventor 
Monaghan, 
Donegal, 
Down, . 



1845-1877, 

1796-1875, 



1822-1875, 

1803-1871, 



1797-1871, . 

1797-1875, (e) 
1817-1876, . 

1806-1878, . 

1837-1875, . 



1800-1873, 

1848-1877, 



1796-1876, 

1836-1877, 

1778-1875, 



1666-1876, 
1817-1875. 
1772-1778, & 
1814-1879. 
1839-1875, 
1837-1875, 
1779-1878. 
1841-187G. 



1696-1738, 
1772-3, & 
1827-1872. 



1820-1677. 

1867-1809. 

1860-1877. 

1833-1876. 



1822-1845, . j 1835-1875. 

1803-1846, . j 1803-1809. 



1802-1845, 

1830-1837, 



1797-1845, . 

1797-1845, (e) 
1817-1852, . 

1889-1845, . 

1837-1845, . 

1812- 1845, . 

1813- 1831, & 
1843-1845. 

1800-1845, 



1797-1876. 
1797-I876,(e) I 
1819-1876. 
1835-1877. 
1837-1876. 

1812-1875. 
1803-1804, * | 
1832-1877. 
1800-1874. 



1796-1845, . 
1837-1851, . 
1778-1844, . 



1796-1875. 

1836-1876. 

1778-1875. 



(a) Formerly part of Culfeigbtrin. 

(6} For earlier entries, see Monksrown. 

(c. Entries for Newcastle, 1666-1777, in 1st VoL of Delgany Becords. 
( d ) A few entries (1816-20) in Register for Derryvollau. 

(•) There are earlier entries in a Vestry Book, commencing 1751. 



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Table of Parochial Records— continued. 



1 

Parish, Churoh, or Chapel. 


Diocese. 


County. 


Vols 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. 


Donagbcloney, . 


Dromore, . 


Down, . 


10 


1S34-1875, . 


1S34— 1843, . 


1834-1875. 


i Donaghcumper, . j 


Dublin (see 
G lendalovgh 


Clondalldn). 
(see Celbridge 


). 








♦Donagheady, 


Derry, . 


Tyrone, 


0 


1754-1765, & 


1826-1845, . 


1826-1875. 










1826-1874. 






: 'Donaghendry, . 


Armagh, 


Tyrone, 


7 


1734— 176S, & 


some: unknoun 


1811-1875. 










1810-1875. 


& 1S11-1844. 




i DONAGHMOLNE, . 


Clogher, 


Monaghan, . 


3 


1799-1S77, . 


1799-1845, . 


1SOO-1877. 


! Donaghmore, 
j Don'aghmobe, 


Armagh, 


Tyrone, 


8 


1777-1875, . 


1777-1845, . 


1777-1875. 


| Ufpeb, . 

1 Donaghmobe, . 


Armagh, 


Tyrone, 


2 


1842-1877, . 


1842-1844, . 


1842-1877. 


Derry, . 


Donegal, 


2 


1829-1877, . 


1829-1845, . 


1829-1877. 


Donaghmore, 


Dromore, . 


Doivn, . 


3 


1829-1875, . 





1861-1875. 


| Donaghmore, 


Ferns (see 


Glasscarrig). 








| Donaghmore, 


Meath ( see 


avan). 










I Donaghmore, 


Boss (with Ab 


beymahon). 










j Donamon & Fuerty, (a; 
j C also see Fuerty ). 

Dojjakd and Cre- 


Elphin, 


Itoscommon, 


3 


1808-1876, . 


1808-1845, . 


1808-1875. 






j HELP, 


Glendalongh 


Wicklow, . 


2 


1814-1875, . 


1815-1861, . 


1814-1876. 


Donegal, 


Raplioe, 


Donegal, 


3 


1803-1875, . 


1803-1845, . 


1803-1875. 


i ( also see Killymard.) 








Donegore, 

Doneman or DonMjp, . 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


3 


1854-1877, (6) 





1868-1877. (6) 


Limerick (see 


Groom). 






Doneny, 

‘Doneraile and Temple- 


Kildare (see 


Lackagh). 










roan, 

Donkip or Doneman, , 


Cloyne, 
Limerick (see 


Cork, . 
Croom). 


4 


1730-1876, . 


1730-1845, . 


1730-1875. 


Donnybrook ( see St. J< 


ary's ). 










•Donoghmore, 


Glendalongh, 


Wicklow, . 


5 


1720-1875, . 


1720-1853, . 


1720-1876. 


Donoghmore, 


Meath (see 


Jlatoath). 




Donoghmore Chapelry, 


Dublin (see 


Clondalkin). 










DOSOG HPATRICK, 


Meuth, 


Meath, 


8 


1807-1876, . 


1814-1836, . 


1807-1877. 


DonogJipatrick, . 


Tuam (see 


Headford). 




Donoliill, . 

(.also see Templeneiry.) 


Cashel, 


Tipperary, . 


2 


1856-1876, . 


- 


1859-1875. 


DoNONAUOnTA, 


Clonfert, 


Galway, 


3 


1738-1870, . 






Donouglimore, . 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


8 


1824-1875, . 






DON’OUGHMOKE, 


Ossory, 


Queen’s, 


2 


1764-1878, . 


1763 : 1786- 


1791-1828. 


Donoughmore, . 


Ossory, 


Kilkenny (see 


Odag 


h). 


1876. 


(Some undated) 




Linly, . 


Limerick, . 


2 


1804-1877, . 




1812-1873. 


j Dobrha, . 


Glendalongh 


(see Delgany). 








Killaloe, 


Tipperary, . 


1 


1832-1880, . 


1833-1845, . 








Cork, . 


3(c) 


1792-1875, . 


1792-1845, . 


1792-1875. 




Killaloe (see 


Quin and T 






;*Down, 

• Dowdstown, . , 


Down, 

Meath ( see 


Down, . 
Skryne). 


6 


1750-1876, . 


1762-1845, . 


1752-1876. 


Doionings, . 


Kildare (see 


Carogli). 










1 Doiaioney, . 


Ferns (see 


Horetoicn). 










; Downpatrick ( see Dow 


i). 










Down a, . . , 


Kilmore, 


Cavan, 




1853-1877, . 






1 Doicth, 


Meath (see 










1 Drakestown, 


Meath, 


Meath, 

Killenaule). 




1820-1870, . 






• Drangan, . 


Cashel (see 








; Diaper stolen ( see Bally nascreen). 










1 Drelndtarsna, 

(see St. Munchin.} 
i Drew Memorial, Bel~ ' 


Limerick, . 


Limerick (No 


Tnven 


tory). 






| fast. 


Connor (see 


St. Philip). 










| Drimnagh, . 

1 Drinagh, . . , ! 

1 Drinagh, . 


Dublin (see 
Cork, . 
Ferns (see 


Glondalkin). 
Cork, . 


2 


1820-1875, . 


1820-1845, > 


1855. 


j Dreshane, . . I Ardfert, 

j Drogheda (see St. Mary' s, St. Peter's, a\ 


Cork, .. 


3 


1792-1877, . 


1792-1847, . 


1793-1876. 


iirom, . . .1 

Dromara, . , , 1 

Dromard, . . . i 

Dromdaleague, . . 1 

Dr min, . , .1 

.... 1 


Cashel (see 
Dromore, 
Killala, 
Cork, . 
Armagh (see 


Borrisoleigh). 
Down, . 
Sligo, . 
Cork, . 
Gallon) . 


6 

2 

3 


1805-1875, . 
1829-1875. . 
1812-1875, . 


1830-1846 . 

1830-1872, . 
1812-1844, . 


1830-1875. 

1830-1875. 

1812-1875. 



(fl) Donamon and Fuerty united in 1866. w j. or ea , 

<c) One being partly an Account Book. 



p or earner entries see Kilbride. 



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237 



PxriBh, Church, or Chapel. Diocese. 



County. 



Baptisms. 



Marriages. 



Dromineen, . 
Dromiskin, 
Dromkeem, 

Dramline, . 

Drozuod and Prior, 
Dromore, . 

Dromore . 

Dromore IVest, . 
Dromtarriff, 

Drum ( see Belcarra, i 
Drum, 

Drum, . 

Drumachoso, 
Drumacoo, ■ 

DRUMAKELLY, . 

Drumasil, . 
|*Drumballyroney, 
Drumbanagher, . 

{also see Kllleavey 
Drumbeg, . 
j*Drumbo, 
*Druincannon, 

( Tramore Church). 
|*Drumcar, . 
Drumclamfh, . 
Drumcliff, 
Drumcliff, . 



Drwncolliher, 
Drumcollum, 
Drumcondra, . 
♦Drumconrath, . 
Dramcree, . 
Drumcree, KlLCUM 
NET, 

Drumcreehy, 
Drumcullen, 
Drumdeely, 
Dntmdoioney, 
Drumgath, . 

|*Brumglas9, • 

Drumgooland, < 



Kill aloe ( see 
Armagh, 

Emly, . 

Killaloe ( see 
Ardfert, 

Clogber, 

Bromore, . 

Killala (see Ai! 

Ardfert, 
this Parish), 
dogher {see CAurrin Drum). 



Ballynaclougyi). 
Louth, 

Limerick, . 
Kilfinaghty). 
Kerry, . 

Tyrone, 

Down, . 
Imacshalgan) 
Cork, . 



Clonfert {see 
Berry, 
Kilmacduagh 
Armagh, 
Limerick ( see 
Bromore, . 
Armagh, 

Bown, . 
Down, . 
Waterford, . 



Moore). 

Berry, 

(see Kilcolga\ 
Tyrone, 
Groom). 
Bown, . 
Armagh, 

Down, . 
Bown, . 
Waterford, 



Armagh, . Louth, 

D erry, • Tyrone, 

Elphin, . Sligo, 

Killaloe, . Clare, . 



Limerick {see 
Elphin (see 
Bublin, 
Meath, 
Armagh, 

Meath, 
Kilfenora{see 
Meath {see 
Limerick (see 
Cloyne {see 
Bromore, . 
Armagh, 

Dromore, 



Corcomohide). 

Taunagh). 

Dublin, 

Meath, 

Armagh, 

Westmeath, 

Rathbourney). 

Fercall). 

Doughill). 

Bally clough) 

Down, . 

Tyrone, 

Down, . 



1802-1875, 

1830-1871, 

1820-1877, 

1797-1874, 

1784-1875, 



1728-1875, . 

1843-1877, . 

1831-1875, . 
1838-1879, . 

1823-1875, . 
1791-1875, . 
1791-1877, . 

1841-1875, . 
1847-1877, . 
1805-1879, . 

1744-1748, & 
1785-1875. 



1810-1877, 

1799-1875, 

1780-1875, 



1802-1842, 

1833-1840, 

1827-1842, 

1797-3847, 

17S4-1845, 



| 1831-1845, 
1833-1845, 

1823-1845, 

1791-1845, 

1793-1845, 



1805-1879, . 
1744^-1748, & 
1785-1845. 



1814-1878, 

1822-1846. 

1780-1845, 

1800-1849, 



Bruragoon, 

Drumholm, 

( also seeLaghey). 
Drumkay, . 
Drnmkeeran, 
Drumkeeran , 

Drum lame, 
Drumlargnn, 
•Drumlease, 
Drumlummin, . 
Drummaul, 

Drummin, . 
'Drummully, 
Drumnakilly, or Brum 
Drumquin (see Langfiel\ 
Drumragh, . 
Drumraaey, 

(also see Ballylough\ 
Drumrany, . 

Drumrat, . 
Drumreilly, . 
Drumslianbo, 

(also see Kiltoghart). 
*Drumsnat, . 



Raphoe, 



Donegal, 



2 1818-1880, . 

7 1600?-1875(6) 

5 1779-1870, . 



| 1802-1814, & 
1825-1875. 

I 1691-1873. - 



Glendalough 
Clogber, 
Kilmore ( see ij 
Kilmore, 
Meath (see 
Kilmore, 
Ardagb, 
Connor, 
Limerick (see 
Clogber, 
j akelly, which s 
j d Upper). 
Derry, . 
Meath, 
foe.) 

Tuam (see 
Achonry (see 
Kilmore, 
Ardagb, 

Clogber, 



(see Wicklow). \ 
Fermanagh, 
\nnismagrath). | 
Cavan, 

Agher). 

Leitrim, 

Cavan, 

Antrim, 

Athlacca. 

Fermanagh, I 



Tyrone, 

King’s, 

Castlebar). 

Emlafad). 

Leitrim, 

Leitrim, 

Monaghan, 



1801-1875, 

1796-1875, 

182S-1S75, 
181 6-1877, 
1823-1875, 



1800-1876, 

1824-1852, 



1796-1876, 

inventory). 



1818- , ■ 
1754-1766, & 
1823-1848. 
1779-1845, 



1802-1814, & 
1825-1845. 
1691-1846, . 



1801-1845, 

1796-1842, 

1828-1845, 

1818-1844, 

1823-1846, 



1800-1845, 

1834-1843, 



1796-1877, 

1825-1847, 



1802-1875. 

1833-1877. 

1833-1872. 

1799-1877. 

1784-1873. 



1831-1875. 

1838—1879. 

1823-1875. 

1791-1875. 

1791-1877. 

1841-1875. 
1853-1877 
1805-1830. 
1744-1748, & 
1785-1869. 



1792-1874. 

1822-1875. 

1780-1875. 



1818-1880. 
1754-1767, & I 
1814-1855. 
1779-1791 : 
1839-1841, & 
1860-1873. 
1858-1875. 

1691-1869. 



1801-1876. 

1796-1877. 

182S-1875. 

1817-1877. 

1823-1877. 



1800-1875. 

1823-1866. 



1796-1877. 

1825-1875. 



(a) Two being partially copies. 

A break between 18C2 and 1814. 



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Table of Parochial Records — continued. 



Parish, Church, or Chapel. 


Diocese. 


County. 


Vols. 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. 


Dnnntemple , 


Elphin (see 


Oran). 










DllCMTL’LLAGH, 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


1 


1841-1872, . 


1841-1845, . 


— 


Dr ung, 


Kilmore, 


Cavan, 


3 


1785-1875, . 


1785-1845, . 


1785-1875. 


Duagh, 


Ardfert, 


Kerry, . 


1 


1813-1875, . 


1827—1867, . 


1821-1872. 


Dublin City and Suburb 


an Parishes : 












Bapgotrath Church, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


1 


1S65-1879, . 


— 


— 


Belhesda, 


Dublin, 


(No Records). 










Chapel Royal (Dublin 














Castle), (a) . 


Dublin, 


(2Vo Records). 


— 


(a) 


(«> 


— 


Christ Church, Dee- 














son-park, 


Dublin 


Dublin,. 


1 


1867- 


— 


— 


Female Orphan 














House, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


(No 


Records). 






Female Penitentiary, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


(No 


Records). 






Free Church, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


(No 


Records). 






Gran gegor man, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


2 


1816-1875, . 


1816-1845, . 


1816-1875. 


Harold’s Cross, 


Dublin, 


(No Records p 


revio 


US to 1871 ) 






Holy Trinity, Rath- 














mines, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


2 


1850-1875, . 


— 


— 


King’s Hospital, . 


Dublin, 


(No Records). 










Magdalen Asylum, . 


Dublin, 


(No Records). 










Mariners’ Chapel, 














Ringsend, . 


Dublin, 


0 No Records). 










Molyneux Church, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


(No 


Records before 


1870). 




Ntlv. Strand Church, 


Dublin, 


(No Records). 










Rotundo Chapel, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


2 


I860— 1870, . 


— 


— 


{Register oj Births 


dating bacli to 


1745 in casto 




Registrar). 






Royal Hibernian 














Military School, 


Dublin, 


{Records in cu 


stody 


of Secretary). 






Royal Hospital, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


4 


182G-1879, . 


— 


1849-1879. 


St. Andrew, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


13 


1670-1877, . 


1672-1864, . 


1671-1868. 


St. Anne, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


15 


1719-1869, . 


1719-1858, . 


1719-1876. 


St. Audoen, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


4 


1673-1875, . 


1673-1845, . 




St. Barnabas, . 


Dublin, 


{No Inventor 


y). 








St. Bartholomew, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


i 


1868-1875, . 







St. Bridget, 


Dublin, 


Dublih, 


13 


1633-1875, . 


1633-1845, . 




St. Catherine, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


9 


1679-1875, . 


1679-1845, . 




•St. George, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


17 


1794-1876, . 


1794-1845, . 




St. George, C.E., . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


3 


1750-1880, . 


1758-1877, . 




St. James, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


11 


1742-1876, . 


1742-1844, . 




St. John, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


6 


1619-1876, . 


1619-1845, . 




St. John, Sandy- 














mount, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


1 


1850-1876, . 







St. J ude, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


1 


1857—1876, . 





« . 


St. Kevin, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


1 


— 







St. Luke, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


(SeeS 


t. Nicholas Wit 


hout). 




St. Mark, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


9 


1730-1874, . 


1730-1860, . 




St. Mary, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


|25 


1699-1878, . 






St. Mary, C.E., 


Dublin, 


{entries in St, 


Mary 


's Boohs). 






St. Mary, Donny- 














brook . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


7 


1712-1870, . 






St. Matthew, Rings- 














end, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


e 


1812-1876, . 


•— 




•St. Matthias, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


2 


1851-1876, . 







St. Michael, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


1 


1749-1872, . 






*St. Miclian, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


15 


1636-1875, . 






St. Nicholas Chantry 


Dublin, 


(No District). 










St. Nicholas, Within, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


4 


1671-1866, . 






St. Nicholas, Without 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


11 


1631-1660, & 


1631-1660, & 


1631-1660, & 










1694-1870. 


1694-1845. 




St.; Paue, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


8 


1698-1879, . 


1703-1846, . 




St. Peter, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


33 


1671-1876, . 






*St. Philip, Milltown, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


1 


1844-1876, . 






St. Stephen, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


4 


1826-1875, . 







*St. Thomas, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


8 


1760-1875, . 






*St. Werburgh, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


6 


1704-1875, . 






*Sandford, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


2 








Steevens’ Hospital, . 


Dublin, 


(No Records), 










Swift’s Alley, . 


Dublin, 




1 




■ - ■ 




Trinity Church, 


Dublin, 


(No Records ft 


e ‘/ore 


1871); 






Zion Church, Ratligar 


Dublin, 


(No Records). 











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Parish, Church, or Chapel. 



■Dugort (Achill), 

Dulane , 

Duleek, . 

Duleek Abbey , 

Dumline, 

Dunaghmore, 

DUNAGHY, 

Dun ant, . 

Dunbell , 

Dunboe, . 

Dunbovne, 

Dunbray, . 

Dunbrea, 

Dunbrody , . 

Dunbulloge , 
Duncormuck, 

•Dundalk, . 

Dundaniel or Dundon-\ 
nell, . 

Dundela, . 
Dunderrow, 
Dundonald, 

Dundonnell or 
daniel, 

Dundrum, . 

Duneane, . 

Duneany, . 
Dunfanaghy, 

Dtjnfeeny aind 
BRIDE, • 

Dunforth, . 
Dungannon, 
Dunganstown, 

[•Dungarvan, 

DUNGARVAN, 

Dunglven, . 

Dungloe ( see Templecrol 
Dungoumey, 

D unhill, . 

Duniry, 

Duniskey, . 
■Dunkerrin, 



Tuani, . 

Meath (see 

Meath, 

Meath (see 
Killaloe ( see 
Meath (see 
Connor, 
Armagh, 
Ossory (see 
Derry, . 
Meath, 
Glendalough 
Glendalough 
Ferns ( see 

Cork ( see 

Ferns, . 
Armagh, 

Limerick (see 
Down, . 
Cork, . 
Down, . 



Dun- 



Mayo, . 

Kells). 

Meath 1 , 

Duleek). 

Traddery). 

Navan). 

Antrim, 

Louth', . 

Burnchurch). 

Londonderry, 

Meath, 

1 Donard). 
(seeAthy). 
Xillesk). 

St. Peter*s). 
Wexford, . 
Louth, 

Jlathkeale). 
Down, . 
Cork, . 
Down, . 



Marriages. 



Limerick (see 



Dublin (see T\aney). 



Kil- 



Connor, 
Kildare (see 
Faphoe ( see C[ 

Killala, 
Kildare (see 
Armagh ( see 
Glendalough. 



1831-1877, 

1818-1876, 



1822-1838, 

1818-1876, 



1760-1875, 

1729-1875. 



1864-1879, 

1805-1876, 

1810-1875, 



1835-1848, 

1817-1845, 



1822-1838, 

1828-1843, 



1760-1865, 

1755-1845, 



1 iathkeale). 



Mon- 



DunTcineely, 

D TTNKITT, (a) 
DUNLAVIN, 

Dunleckney, 

DUNIiEER, . 

Dunlewey, . 

Duiilost, 

|*Dunluce, 

Dunmanogue or 
mathennock, 

Dunmanway(Fanlolbus | 

Dunmore, 

DUNMORE, 

Dunmore, 

Dunmoylan, alias 
Castlerohert, 
Dunmurraghill, 
Dunmurry (see 
Dunmurry, . 

Dunn along, 
Dunnamaggan, 

Dunquin 
, Dunsany , . 

j*Dunseverick, 

Dunsford, • 
Dunshaughlin, 



Ldsmore, 
Ossory, 

Derry, . 
ne). 

Cloyne, 
Lismore, 
Clonfert (see 
Cork (see 
Killaloe, 

( see Killaghtej 
Ossory, 
Glendalough, 
Leighliu, 
Armagh, 
Rapho'e, 
Glendalough 
Connor, 



Druriib. 



Antrim, 

Lackagh). 

londehtxrky). 

Mayo) . 
Carbery and 
Drumglass). 
Dublin, 

Waterford, 
Kilkenny, . 
Derry, •. 

Cork, . 
Waterford, . 
Tynagh). 

St. Peter's) . 
Tipperary <fe 
King's. 

|e). 

Kilkenny, 

Kildare, 

Carlow, 

Loath, 

Donegal, 

(see Athy ). 
Antrim, 



Glendalough 
Parish). 
Meath (see 
Ossory, 
Tuam, 

Limerick, . 
Kildctre (see 
eg). 

Kildare (see 
Derry, 
Ossory 
Ardfert. 
Meath 
Connor, 
Down, . 
Meath, 



1S3B-1877. 

1823-1876. 



1760-1874. 

1727-1875. 



1842-1876, 

lecarbery). 

1788-1875, 
(Earlier entries 
1741-1875, 
1809-1871, 
1778-1875, 

1817-1875, 

1825-1879, 



1758-1876, 

1697-1879, 

1791-1876, 

1725-1878, 

1853-1875, 

1809-1875, 



(see 

(see 



(see Castlederlmot). 



Stackallan). 
Kilkenny, . 
Galway, 

Limerick, 

Donadea). 

Thomastown). 
Tyrone, 
Knocldophef). 
(see Ventry). 
Tara). 
Antrim, 
Downj . 
Meath, 



1839-1875, 

1699-1873, 



inventory, see 



1832-1870, 

1836-1875, 

1839-1874, 



1783-1856, 
very irregular). 
1741-1848, 

1816- 1856, 
1778-1845, 

1817- 1845, 
1826-1845, 



1753-1860, 

1698-1844, 

1791-1845, 

1728-1842, 



1838-1875, 

1699-1845, 



1741-1875. 

1816- 1871. 
1823-1875. 

1817- 1875. 
1826-1878. 



1764-1877. 

1698-1879. 

1791-1876. 

1727-1878. 

1856-1876. 

1826-1875. 



1842-1875. 

1699-1873. 



1833-1845, 

1840-1843, 

\(No particulars)^ 1839-1874. 



1833-1872. 

1836-1875. 



(a) Including Gaulskill and Kileollum. 



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Table of Parochial Records. — continued. 



Parish, Church, or Chapel. 


Diocese. 


County. 


Vola. 


Baptisms. | 


Marriages. 


Burials. 


DUNUltLlN, 

Durrow 
Dchhow, . 

Durrusand Kilcrohane, 
Dysart, 

Dys art, . . 

Dysart, 

Dysart, 

Dysart, . 

Dysart , 

Dysart, 

Dtsart-Esos, . 

( also set Timogut). 
Dysertgalen, 
Dysertmoon, 


Ardfert, 

Meath, 

Ossory, 

Cork, . 
Armagh (set 
El plan (see T 
Killaloe ( see 
Limerick, . 
Lismore, 

Meath (see 

Ossory, 

Leighlin, 

Leigh lin, 
Ossory (see 


Kerry, . 
King’s, 
Queen’s, 

Cork, . 
Dunlcer). 
ssaragh and 
Killinaboy and 
(No inventory 
Waterford, . 

Churchtoum). 
No Church. A 
Queen’s, 

Queen’s, 

Jlosbercon). 


1 

1 

3 

2 

Tattg 

Tom 

■ 

3 

iprop 

3 

2 


1831-1874, . 
1816-1876, . 
1731-1876, . 
1797-1875, . 

tboy). 

jraney). 

1825-1866, . 

Hate to Vicars 
1796-1878, . 

1789-1875. . 


1834-1867, . 
1816-1845, . 
1731-1876, . 
1797-1827, , 

1824-1846, . 

Choral of St. 
1802-1873, . 

1789-1845, . 


1832-1874. 

1816-1876. 

1731-1876. 

1828-1875. 

1826-1837 * 
1857. 

Canice). 

1797-1878. 

1789-1875. 




Ossory (see 


Kells, Co. Kil 


kenn 


y)' 








Killala, 


Sligo, . 


4 


1822-1875, . 


1822-1845, . 


1832-1875. 




Elphin, 


Roscommon, 


2 


1800-1875, . 


1800-1845, . 


1800-1875. 


*Edenderry 


Derry, . 


Tyrone, 


4 


1841-1875, . 


— 


1849-1875. 




Kildare, 


'see Monastero 


ris). 








Edermine, . 


Ferns, . 


Wexford, . 


2 


1805-1875, . 


1805-1845, . 


1805-1875. 


Edgeworthitoicn [see M 


o&trim ). 












Elfin, .... 


Limerick, . 


(A T o inventory 










Eglintonor Muff, tohic) 


see. 












*Eglisli, 


Armagh, 


Armagh, 


5 


1803-1875, . 


1804-1845, . 


1803-1875. 




Meath, 


King’s, 


1 


1834-1876, . 


1834-1845, . 


1834-1876. 


•Eirke 


Ossory, , 


Kilkenny, . 


3 


1762-1769 & 


1762-1769, <fc 


1827-1875. 










1783-1875. 


1783-1845. 




Elphin, 


Elphin, 


Roscommon, 


2 


1797-1875, . 


1827-1845, . 


1827-1875. 




Killaloe (see 


Shinrojie). 










Ematris, 


Clogher, 


Monaghan, . 


7 


1753-1790, * 


1753-1790, & 


1768-1790, & 










1811-1875. 


1811-1844. 


1811-1876. 


Emlafad, 


Achonry, 


Sligo, . 


2 


1831-1875, . 


1881- 


1831-1875. 


Emlagh, 


Meath (see 


Neivtown). 










Emly, 


Emly, . 


Tipperary, . 


2 


1849-1872, . 


— 


1849-1874. 


Evjleld ( see Eathcore). 








- 






Ennis, 


Killaloe (see D 


rumclif). 










Enniscoffey, 


Meath, 


Westmeath, 


1 


1821-1879, . 


1820-1876, . 


1825-1879. 


Enniscorthy , 


Ferns (see St. 


Mary's). 










Enniskeen, 


Meath, 


Cavan, 


4 


1794-1876, . 


1794-1846, . 


1794-1876. 


Enniskerrg ( Powerscou 


rt Parish). 












Enniskillen, 


Clogher, 


Fermanagh, 


10 


1666-1871, . 


1666-1847, . 


1666-1871. 


Ennisnag, . 


Ossory, , 


Kilkenny, . 


4 


1816-1871, . 


1816-1863, . 


1816-1874. 


Ennistimon (see Kilmar 


aheen). 












Enorily ( see Kilbride). 














Eriugal, . 


Derry, . 


Derry, . 


1 


1827-1880, . 


1829-1844, . 


1828-1880. 


Errigol-Keerogue, 


Armagh, 


Tyrone, 


6 


1812-1875, . 


1812-1848, . 


1812-1875. 


Errigle-Portclure, 


Clogher, 


Tyrone, 


2 


1836-1875, . 


1835- 


1S35-1872. 


Errigle-Shanco, . 


Clogher, 


Monaghan, . 


1 


1842-1877, • 


1842-1873, . 


1873-1875. 


Errigite-Tbough, . 


Clogher, 


Monaghan & 














Tyrone 


3 


1809-1879, . 


1803-1848, . 


1802-1877. 


Enis ( see Kilcommon 


and Kilmore). 












Errislanon, 


Tuam, . 


Galway, 


2 


1865-1876, . 


■ — 


1867-1875. 


Errismore, . 


Tuam, . 


Galway, 


2 


1862-1876, . 


— 


1862-1875. 










(for earlier 


entries see Otn 


y )• 


Erry 


Cashel (see 


| 

1 










Esker 


Dublin (see 


Leixlip). 










*Ettagh, 


Killaloe, 


King’s, 


4 


1825-1875, . 


1826-1868, . 


1826-1875. 


Eyrecourt(Donomught 


Parish). 












Fahan, Lower, . 


Derry (see F 


han Upper). 










Fahan, Upper, . 


Derry, . 


Derry, . 


4 


176 ( )-l875, 


176 ( )-1860, 


176 ( )-1875. 


Fahy, . 


Clon/ert (see 


Dononaughtc 


). 








Faithlegg , . 


Waterford (s 


e Kill, St. Fi 


holai 








Falls, Lower, or SI 


1 












Luke, - Belfast, . 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


1 


1863-1873, . 




— 



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241 



Parish, Cbureli, or Chapel. 


Dioocse. 


County. 


r ols. 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. 


Falls, Upper, Belfast, 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


1 


1855-1871, . 





— 


Famagh, 


'Jssory (see 


Thomastown). 








1775-1877. 




lork, . 


)ork, . 


7 


1773-1877, . 


L775-1845, . 


I'.utimir, . 


lloyne, 


Cork, . 


3 


1765-1877, . 


1784-1845, . 


1810-1877. 


Faityhalstown , . 


Meatli (see 


Rathgraffe or 


'Jastl 


pollard ). 




1829-1837. 




Derry, 


Derry, . 


3 


1829-1805, (ft) 






Armagh, 


Louth, . 


1 


1839-1875, . 


— 








Dlare, . 


1 


1825-1877, . 


1827-1868, . 








Limerick, . 


1 


1809-1 S74, . 


1809-1845, . 


1809-1874. 


Feenagli, . 


Ardagh, 


Leitrim, 


3 


1823-1875, . 


1823-1845, . 






Killaloe ( see 


Kildnaghty art 


Tra 


Idery). 




1862-1873. 


Feighcullen, . 
Female Orphan House, 


Kildare, 


Kildare, 

Dublin, 


2 

(No 


1846-1876, . 
records). 








Dublin, 










Dublin, 


(No 


records). 


1809-1845, (h) 


1809-1875. (ft) 




Leighlin, 


Carlow, 


4 


1809-1875,(6) 


Fensor, 


Cashel, 


Tipperary, . 


1 


1819-1876, . 


1823-1844, . 






Lismore (see 


Clonegam). 






1819-1849, . 


1821-1876. 


Feubane, 


Meath, 


King’s, 


2 


1819-1863, . 


( also sec fallen). 


Meath (see 


Balhjboy, Egl 


sh,K 


llouahn. Lynal 


y, and Rahan). 


1801-1874. 

1864-1877. 


Fermoy, 


Cloyne, 
Derry, . 


Cork, - 
Londonderry, 


C 

2 


1801-1874, . 
1843-1878, . 






Ferns, . 


Wexford, . 


G 




1775—18/6, . 




Fertagh, 


Ossory, 


Kilkenny, . 
Tipperary, 


3 

3 


1797-1S75, . 
1804-1875, . 


1804-1845, . 


1804-1875. 




Ferns, . 


Wexford, 


3 


1781-1877, . 








Lismore (see 


Rossmire). 






1686-1875, . 


1690-1877. 


Fiddown, . 


Ossory, 


Kilkenny, . 


3 


1686-1877, . 


(also see Ralhkieran 


Church). 












Findohagii orDosa- 
CAVEY, . 

Finglas, . 


Clogher, 

Dublin, 


Tyrone, 

Dublin, 


4 

3 


1777-1878, . 
(Before) 1687- 
1876. 


1800-1850, . 
1666-1871, . 


1800-1878. 

1664-1877. 


Finy lass , 
•Finner, 


Killaloe (see 
Clogher, 
Killaloe, 
Clogher (see F 


Dunkerrin). 
Donegal, 
Tipperary, . 


3 

5 


1815-1878, . 
1809-1875, . 


1815-1845, . 
1809-1842, . 


1815-1872. 

1809-1875. 




indonagh)i 










Finiigr, 

Finvoy, . . • 


Arclfvrt (see 
Connor, 


Listowei). 

Antrim, 


4 


1811-1880, . 


1812-1845, . 


1811-1878. 


Fithmoue ( see Kiljtthnw 
♦Fivemiletown, . 


ne). 

Clogher, 


Tyrone, 


6 


1804-1875, . 


1804-1845, . 


1804-1875. 


(also see Clogher). 
Foliuny, . • • 

Foustown, . 

’Forgney, • 


Clonfert (see 
Glendalough, 
Meath, 
Armagh, 


Kilconncll). 
Kildare, 
Longford; . 
Armagh, 


1 

3 

2 


1802- 1879, . 

1803- 1875, . 
1823-1875, . 


1802- 

1804-1871, . 
1823-1836, . 


1802-1879. 

1804-1875. 

1823-1875. 




Leighlin (see 


Timahoe). 










Fox /ord (Straid Parish ;) 
Foyran, 

Franufibld, . 
Frankford (see Ballyboi, 


Meath, 

Cork, . . . 


Westmeath, 
Cork, . 

and Kilglass). 


I 

3 


1843-1878, . 
1838-1876, . 


1838-1845, . 


1846-1876. 


Frankford Union (see 


Castleconner 


as). 








of St. Niclio 




Cork ( Parish 








Free Church, Great 
Charles-st., Dublin, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


(No 


records). 






Frcndqmrk (see Tibohii 


c). 












Fieshfurd (see Aghour) 
Fuerty, . • ( c ) 


Elpliin, 


Roscommon, 


3 


1809-1872, . 


1809-1645, . 


1809-1876. 


(also see Donamon). 
















Emly, . 


Tipperary, 

Borrisoleigh) 


1 


1797-1879, 


1799-1844, 


1798-1880. 




Cashel (set 










Ualey, 
Gaecen, • 


Ardfert (set 
Meath, 


Listened). 

King’s, 


1 


1842-1875, 


1842-1852, 


1844-1876. 


(also see Ferbane.) 
‘Galloon, 


Clogher, 


Fermanagh, 


1 8 


179S-1873, 


1798-1844, 


1798-1875. 



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K cj United to Donamon in 1868. 



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Table of Parochial Records — continued. 



1 Pariah, Church, or Chapel. 


Diocese. 


County. 


Vols. 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. 




Meath ( see 


Agher). 




i 




1800-1868. 




Heath, 


Meath, 


3 


1800-1877, . ! 


1801-1845, . 




Tuam [see Hal 


oon and St. 


Y icho 


as). 








Moyne, 


Cork, . 
Fermanagh, 


2 




18.31-1844, . 


— 




Cloglier, 


4 


1831-1877, . . 




Garristown, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


1 


1841-1875, . 


1841-1845, . 




(with Clonmetkan). 


Ossory [see 


Aghour or Fr 


eshfo 


(1). 


1799- 


1799-1876. 


Gurrycloyne, 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


1 


1799-1876, . 


Garrynoe, . 


Cork [obsolete 


parish). 












Cloyne [see 


Kilcredan). 






1817-1845, . 


1817-1875. 




Raplioe, 


Donegal, 


3 


1817-1875, . 




Connor, 


Antrim, 


1 


1S32-1S76, . 


1832- 






Derry [see De 


ertoghill and 


Errig 


d). 


1785-1845, . 


1804-1875. 




Dromore, . 


Down, . 
Fermanagh, 


5 


17S6-1S76, . 


Gary art. 


Cloglier, 


1 


1866-1877, . 


— 


— 


Gaulskill Church ( sec 


Uunkitt). 














Limerick (see 


Croom). 












Cashel (see H 


ily Cross). 












Limerick ( see 


Ballingarry). 








1713-1875. 


Oeashill, 


Kildare, 


King’s, 


3 


1713-1875, . 


1713-1845, . 


Gernonstown, 


Armagh (see 


Kilsaran). 










Gernonstown, 


Meath (see 


Stackallan). 










Gilbertstoion , 


Lrighlin (see 


Aghade). 










Gilford, 


Dromore, . 


Down, . 


1 


1869- 


■ — 


— 


Giltoion, 


Glendalough 


(see Kilcullen). 








1860-1875. 




Meath, 


Meath, 


2 


1858-1875, . 


— 


Glanely, 


Glendalough, 


■Wicklow, . 


2 


1825-1S75, . 


1825-1845, . 


1825-1875. 


( also see Wicklow.) 
Gl an keen, 


Cashel, 


Tipperary, . 


2 


1779-1870, . 


1788-1851, . 


1790-1870. 


CrLANWORTH, . 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


2 


1808-1S77, . 


— 


1847-1874. 


Glashare, 


Ossory (see 


Fertagh). 










Glasaevln, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


6 


1778-1875, . 


1778-1845, . 


1778-1875. 


•Glasscarrig, 


Ferns, . 


W exford, . 


2 


1807-1875, . 


1807-1845, . 


1807-1875. 


Glass lough, 


Cloglier (see D 


onagh). 










( llenulta , 


Raphoe (see 2 


idlyaughnish). 










Glenarm (see Tickmac 


tvan ). 












Glenavy, . 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


5 


1707-1875, . 


1813-1845, . 


1707-1873. 


Glenbegh, . 


Ardfert, 


Kerry, 


1 


1848-1876, . 


— 


— 


[also see Caber). 
GLENCOLL'MBKILLE, 


Raphoe, 


Donegal, 


3 


1827-1876, . 


1827-1848, . 


1827-1877. 


G LEX CRAIG, 


Down, . 


Down, . 
Derry, 


1 


1858-1S77, . 


— 


— 


Glendermot, 


Derry, . 


7 


1810-1875, . 


1810-1845, . 


1828-1875. 


Glenealy, 


Glendalough 


see Glanely). 










Glenely, 


Derry, . 


Derry, 


2 


1856-1875, . 


— 


1859-1875. 


Glengariffe, 


Ross, . 


Cork, . 


1 


1863-1875, . 


— 


— 


[also see Kilcaskin 














Gleninagh, . 
Glenlough (Kim, a 


Kilftnora (set 


RatKbourney) 










nett Parish), 


Kilmore, 


Leitrim, 


1 


1836-1877, 


1836-1854, . 


1836-1877. 


Qlenogra , . 
Glenties, 


Limerick (sec 


Fedamore). 










Raphoe, 


Donegal 


2 


1852-1875, 


— 


1853-1875. 


( also see Inniskee 
GUn, . 


Limerick ( see 


Kilfergus). 










Glynn, 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


1 


1838-1875, 


1838-1845, . 


1838-1875. 


Golart (see Laghcy, for 


period before 


1859). 










’"Gorey. 


Ferns, . 


Wexford, 


5 


1801-1876, 


1801-1845, . 


18G7-1876. 


Gort ( Kilmncduagh Pax 


ish ). 










Gortin ( see Badoney Lc 


wer). 












Gortroe, . 


Cloyne, 


Cork . 


2 


1803-1865, 


1806-1846, . 


1805-1869. 


Gowna, 


Ardagh, (Re 


ords not for 


licov 


ing). 






Gowran, 


Ossory, 


Kilkenny, 


1 


1827-1875, 


1827-1845, . 


1827-1875. 


*Graigue, 


Leighlin, 


Kilkenny, 


1 


1827-1868, 


1827- 


1827-1868. 


( also see Killeshin 


nd St. MuU\ 


'«)• 










Grallagh, . 


Dublin (see 


Hollywood, 


Oo. JD 


blin). 






•Granard, . 


Ardagh, 


Longford, 


2 


1820-1875, 


1820-1844, . 


1820-1875. 


Graney, 


Glendalough 


see Casllederr 


not). 








Grange, 


Armagh, 


Armagh, 


6 


1780-1876, 


1780-1845, 


1780-1875. 


Grange, 


Clonfert (see 


Kilconnell). 










Grange, 


Derry (see B 


llysonllion). 










Grange, . 


Lismorl (see 


Kinstdehcg'). 











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Table of Parochial Records — continued. 



Parish, Church, or Chapel. 


Diocese.' 


County. 


Vols. 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. 


Grange, 


Limerick (see 


Newcastle). 










Grunge, 


Ossory (see 


Burnchurch a 


id 0 


dagh). 






Grangeforth, 


Leighlin ( see 


Urglin). 










Grangegorraan, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


2 


1816-1875, , 


1816-1845, . 


1816-1875. 


Grmigeinaconib , . 


Ossory ( see 


Aghour or Fr 


eshfo 


rd). 






Grangemonk, 


Leighlin, 


(No records). 










Gi ciitge of Molusk, 


Connor ( see 


Carridzfergus 


. 








Grange Oneiland (see 


Diamond). 












(Jrangerosnolvin, 


Glendalough ( 


see Castlederm 


ot). 








Grangesylvae, 


Leighlin, 


Kilkenny, . 


3 


1803-1875, . 


1803-1860, . 


1806-1875. 


Grean, 


Emly, 


Limerick, . 


4 


1779-1869, . 


1780-1850, . 


1779-1870. 


Great Connele and 














Ladytown, . 


Kildare, 


Kildare, 


2 


1811-1877, . 


1807-1845, . 


1806-1876. 


Greenock , . 


Dublin ( see 


Clonmethan). 










Greenogue, . 


Meath (see 


Raloath). 










Greenouyh, . 


Cloyne (see 


Garrycloyne). 










*Grey Abbey, 


Down, . 


Down, . 


3 


1807-1875, . 


1807-1S45, . 


1807-1873. 


Grf.ystones, 


Glendalougb, 


Wicklow, . 


1 


1864-1877, . 


— 


— 


Greystown 


Cashel, 


(No inventory 


,• see 


Templeneiry). 








Down, . 


Down, . 


1 


1842-1875, . 


— 


— 


Guilcagh, 


Lismore, 


Waterford, . 


2 


1851-1877, . 


— 


1854-1876. 


GwEEDORE, 


Raplioe, 


Donegal, 


2 


1847-1880, . 




1859-1880. 


Hacketstown, 


Leighlin, 


Carlow, 


3 


1799-1877, . 


1799-1875, . 


1799-1877. 


Hackings or KUcummin, 


Limerick (see 


Kilpeacon). 










Haggardstown, 


Armagh, 


Louth, . 


1 


1844-1859, . 


' — 


— 


(also see Heynstown.) 
















Glend alough 


(see Delgany). 












Dublin (No re 


cords previous 


to 


1871). 








Leighlin (see. 


Hacketstoum). 












Glendalough ( 


see Rathmore). 












Kildare, 


Kildare, 


3 


1666-1875, . 


1666-1845, . 


1666-1875. 




Tuam, . 


Galway, 


4 


1799-1875, . 


1799-1845, . 


1799-1875. 


Heynstown, 


Armagh, 


Louth, . 


1 


1820-1878, . 


1825-1843, . 


1826-1878. 


(also see Hugyurdsto 


um). 






(Two undated). 








Glendalough ( 


see Dunlavin). 










Hill-borough, 


Down, . 


Down, . 


10 


1777-1875, . 


1782-1845, . 


1823-1875. 




nd St. John). 














Down, . 


Down, . 


1 


? 1841-1876, . 


— 


— 




Tuam (see Li, 


common). 












Down, . 


Down, . 


3 


1806-1873, . 


1806-1845, . 


1806-1875. 




Dublin, 


Dublin, 


1 


1813-1875, . 


1813-1845, . 


1813-1875. 




Glendalough. 


Wicklow, . 


1 


1827-1879, . 


1829-1870, . 


1827-1878. 




Dublin, 


Dublin, 


2 


1779-1875, . 


1779-1345, . 


1779-1875. 




Cashel, 


Tipperary, . 


1 


1784-1875, . 


1785-1845, . 


1786-1876. 




Cork, . 


Cork, . 


13 


1643-1666, & 


1644-1665, «fc 


1644-1668, <fc 


Church.) 








1708-1877. 


1721-1845. 


1733-1870. 


















Dublin, 


Dublin, 


2 


1850-1875, , 


' — 


— 


Holy Trinity, 


Kilmore(see 2 


rinity). 




























Wexford, . 


1 


1S28-1875, . 


1830-1859, . 






Ferns, . 


Wexford, . 


2 


1803-1875, . 


1803-1840, . 


1803-1875. 




Parish). 












Howth, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


2 


1804-1877, . 


1828-1871, . 


1821-1875. 


Ig ht er M U ER AG u , 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


1 


1820-1871, . 


1826-1864, . 


1851. 




Cloyne (see 


Lisgoold). 












Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


1 


1336-1878, . 


1836-1869, . 






Derry (see B% 


rt). 












j Down, . 


Down, . 


3 


1767-1878, . 


1764 i 1791- 


1788-1878. 










1 


1846. 






Ferns ( see 


Horetousn). 












Glendalough 


W exford, 


3 


1 1726-1876, . 


172G-1876, 


1726-1876. 


lnchioronane, 


KilLdoe (see 


.KUkeedy), 




1 







Q 2 



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Parish, Church, or Chapel. 


Diocese. 


County. 


Vols. 


Baptisms. 


Maiiiagcs. 


Burials. 


Inch St. Laurence, or 




S ollybrood). 
Cork, . 










Isert Laurence, 


Emly, (see 


2 


1817-1874, . 


1812-1841, . 


1826-1870. 




Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


1 


1841-1860, . 






Inchyolaglian, . 


Osaury, 


Kilkenny, . 


3 


1839-1874, . 








luam (see 


Ballinakill). 




1851-1875, . 




1851-1875. 




Killaloe, 


Galway, 


2 


— 






No inventory 






1G93-1764, & 


1693-1764, 8c 


Innishannon, 


Cork, . 


Cork, . 


4 


1693-1764, & 




1788-1876. 


1788-1845. 






Down, . 


Down, . 


2 


1733-1875, . 


1783-1845, . 


1783-1875. 


Inniskeel, . 


Raphoe, 


Donegal, 


4 


1826-1875, . 






Inniskeen, 


Clogber, 


VIonaghan, . 


2 


1852-1877, . 


— 


ibo2— 1874. 


Inniskenny, 


Cork, . 


Cork, . 


3 


1809-1870, . 




I8l6— l8fa9. 


Inniskir , . , 


Arran ( see 


Tuam) . 












Lismore, 


Tipperary & 






1800-1846, . 


1805-1878. 




Waterford, 


3 


1801-1877, . 


Innismacsaint, . 


Cloglier, 


Fermanagh, 


8 


1813-1876, . 


1813- 


18L3-1 876. 


In.N'ISMAGRA'XH, 


Kilmore, 


Leitrim, 


3 


1827-1877, . 








Arran ( see 


Tuam). 








1797-1875. 


'Jmiistiogue, 


Ossory, 


Kilkenny, . 


5 


1797-1875, . 


1797-1875, . 








5 


1806-1871, . 






Inver, 


Raphoe, 


Donegal, 


4 


1805-1871, . 


1805-1845, . 


1827-1875. 


lrvivestown(see Derryv 


ollan North). 












Isertkelly, . 


Kilmucduagh 


(see Killinan 


e). 








Isertkieran, 

Isert Laurence, or Inch. 


Cashel, (see 


Killenaule). 










St. Laurence, . 


Emly, (see 


Ballybrood). 










hhcirtmon, . , 


Ferns (see 


Churclitovm). 










Island, 


/toss (see 


Kilgariffe). 












Tuain (see 


Castlebar) . 










ISLANDMAGEE, . 


Conuor, 


Antrim, 


2 


1825-1878, . 


1827-1844, . 


1829-1878. 


Iverossa, 


Limerick (see 


Askeaton). 










Jago, .... 


Glendalough 


(see Bally mor 


e Eus 


tace). 




1848-1870. 


Jerpoint, . 


Ossory, 


Kilkenny, . 


2 


1837-1849, . 


— 


(see also Innistiogue 














anil Thomaatown), 














Jerpoint Abbey, . 


Ossory (see 


Thomasiown) 






stovm). 




Jerpoint, West, . 


Ossory (see 


S 

<0 

! 

I 


istcr 


lin avcl Thoma 




Johnstown, . . 

Joneaborougli, 


Ossory (see F 


ertagh). 








1838-1876. 


Armagh. 


Louth, 


8 loose 

P»§“ 


1812-1875, . 


1812-1833, . 


Jordanstown {St. Pat- 














rick's), 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


1 


1868-1879, . 


— 


1787-1879. 


J UUANSTOWJf, . 


Meath, 


Meath, 


3 


1787-1879, . 


1791-1844, . 


Kane, . 


Armagh (see 


Barronstoum) 








1820-1824. 


Kanturk, . 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


1 


1818-1877, 


1819-1843, . 


Keady, 


Armagh, 


Armagh, 


9 


1780-1375, 


1780-1845, . 




Keleitstown, . 


Leiglilin, 


Carlow, 


2 


1803-1879, 


1804-1864, . 




Kells, . 


Connor (see 


onnor). 








1773-1875. , 


'Kells, . 


Meath, 


Meath, 


6 


1773-1875, 


1773-1845, . 


Keles, 


Ossory, 


Kilkenny, 


4 


1819-1877, 


1819-1876, . 


1820-1877. ' 


Kenmare, . 
Kentstown, 


Ardfert, 


Kerry, . 


4 


1799-1873, 


1799-1845, . 


1799-1870. 


Meath, 


Meath, 


2 


1799-1877, 


1800-1870, 


1832-1876. 


Kenure, 
Kerlogue, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


1 


1867-1875, 


— 


1867-1875. 


Ferns (see 


Wexford). 










Kieran, 


Ossory (sec 


Rathcoola). 










Kilhalluhone, 


Killaloe (see 


Kilheragh, Kilrusl 


, and Tomgrar 


ey). 




Kilbarrack . 


Dublin (se 


Howth). 










Kilb arrow, 


Killaloe, 


Tipperary, 


1 


1825-1877, 


1826-1844, 


1824-187^7. | 


“Kilbarron, . , 


Raphoe, 


Donegal, 


7 


1785-1875, 


1785-1845, 


1785-1875. 


Kilbeacon, . 


Ossory, 


Kilkenny, 


1 


1845-1875, 


— 


1845-1875. | 


Kilbeagh, . 


Achonry (se 


Kilcanduff). 








I 


Kilbeg 


Meath (se 


Newtown). 








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Parish, Church, or Chapel 



Kilbeggan, . 

Kilbeijnet , . 
Kilbeiieney, . 
Kilbelfad , . . 

Kilbennan, . 

Kilberry, . 

Kilberry, . 

Kilbixy, . 

Kilbonane, . 

KILBONaNE, 

(also see Mollahiffe.) 
Kilbragh , . 

Kilbrew, . 

Kilbride and Donegore, 
Kilbride Chapelry, 
Kilbride, 

Kilbride, 

Kilbride Glyn, . 
Kilbride, 

Kilbride (Blesin 
ton), 

Kilbride (Bray), 
Kilbride (Enorily) 
Kilbride, 

Kilbride, 

Kilbride, Castlecor, 
Kilbride, Pass of, 
Kilbride, Tullamore, 
Kilbride, Veston, 
Ivilbrln and Liscarroll 
Kilbrittain, . 

(see also Rathclarih.) 
Kilbrogan, . 
|*Kilbroney, . 

Kilbrowne, . 

Kilbryan, . 

Kilburn, 

Kikairn, 

Kiloallan, . 

KlLCAR, 

Kilcaragh, . 

Kilcarfin, . 

Kilcarra, . . 

Kilcasli, 

Kilcaskin, - . ; 
Kilcalherine, 

KiLchriest, . 
Kilcleaoh (Moate), 
Kilclief, . 
Kilclonbrook, 
Kilclonfert, 

Kildoon, 

'Kilclooney, 

Kildooney, . 

Kilcoan, 

Kilcock, . 

Kilcockan, . 

Kilcoe, . « 

Kilcola, 

KlLCOLE-UAN, . 
Kilcoleman (Superior) 
Kilcolgan, . •• 

Kilcollum , ■ 
Kilcolman, . 
*Kilcolman, 

Kilcolman , . 
Kilcolman, 
Kilcohnanbane, . 
KUcolnagh, . 

Kiloomb, 



Meath, 
Elphin (see 
Einly, . 
Killaloe (see 
Tuam (see 
Glendalough, 
Meath (see 
Meath, 

Cloyne (see 
Cork, . 



County. 



Cashel 
Meath, 
Connor, 
Dublin (see 
Elphin (see 
Ferns (see 
Ferris (see 
Glendalough 

Glendalough, 
Glendalough, 
Glendalough, 
Killala (see 
Meath 
Meath, 

Meath 
Meath, 
Meath, 
Cloyne, 

Cork, 



(see 



(see 

(see 



Cork, . 
Dromore, 
Cloyne (see 
Elphin, 
Waterfordlsee I 
Meath (see 
Emly (see 

Rapboe, 

Water f or d(see\ 
Cloyne (see 
Ardfert ( see 
Lisniore, 

Boss, . 

Ross ( see 

Kilmacduagh 
Meath, 

Down, . 
Leighlin, 
Kildare, 

Meath (see 
Armagh, 
Cdonfert (see 
Cork 
Ivildare, 
Lismore (see 
Boss, 

Elphin, (see 
Killaloe, 
Limerick (see 
Kilmacduagh| 
Ossory ( see 

Achonry (see 
Ardfert, 
Cloyne (see 
Tuam, . 
Leighlin (see 
Cashel (see 
Ferns (see 



W estmeath, 
Athleague). 
Limerick, . 
Kilmoremoy). 
Tuam). 

Kildare, 
Donoghpatric I 
Westmeath, 
Knooktemple). 
Cork, . 

Fetliard). 

Meath, 

Antrim, 

Clondalkin). 

Roscommon). 

Ferns). 

Killurin). 

(see Delgany). 

Wicklow, 
Wicklow, 
Wicklow, 
Dunfeeny). 

Clara and Du 
Meath, 
Enniscoffey). 
King’s, 

(bio Church). 
Cork, . 

Cork, . 

Cork, . 

Down, . 
Buttevant). 
Roscommon, 
Trinity). 
Sfcryrte). 
Cahircomey). 
Donegal, 
Trinity). 
Carrigtohill). 
Duayli). 

(No Records.) 
Cork, . 
Berehaven). 

(see Killinane). 
Westmeath, 
Down, . 

(No separate 
(No inventory]). 
Raildanstown)\ 
Armagh, 
Oreagh). 
KiUaspugmdl 
Kildare, 
Templemichae I 
Cork, . 
Creeve). 

King’s, 
Rathktalc). 
Galway, 
Dunkitt). 
Cabdemore). 
Kerry, . 
Magourney). 
Mayo, . 
Maryborough). 

1 Moyne). 
Toombe). 



nboy 



1804-1858, 

1825-1876, 



1834-1876, 

1859-1877, 

1834-1876, 

\ne). 

1810-1875, 



1805-1875, 

1832-1876, 



1752-1872, 

1814-1871, 



Marriages. 



1808-1834, . 
1825-18—, . 



1752-1845, 

1818-1845, 



1782-1873, 
1800-1879, (a) 
ds; see Timogul 



!*>• 



1764-1875. 

1843-1871. 

1831-1877. 

1816-1876. 



1805-1873. 

1831—1876. 



1861-1875. 

1834-1876. 

1810-1873. 

1805-1875. 

1805-1875. 



1752-1875. 

1814-1877. 



1786-1844. . 
1806-1870, 

le.) 



1818-1875. 

1803-1870. 



1837-1875. 

1815-1377. 

1830-1873. 

1839-1875. 

1822-1876.(6) 

1802-1875. 

1828-1875. 



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Table of Parochial Records — continued. 



Parish, Church, or Chapel, 




| 


| 




Marriagos. 


Burials. 


Kilcomenti , . 


Cashel (see 


St. John , Keic 


port). 








Kilcomin , . 


Killaloe ( see 


Shim- one). 










Kilcommick, 


Ardagli, 


Longford, . 


2 


1795-1875, . 


1795-1845, . 


1 795-1 s 75. 


Kilcommin , . 


Ferns ( see 


Crosspalrick). 










Kilcommin ( see Kilmor 


e). 












Kilcommin and Temple 


mary ( see Lack 


an). 










Kilcommon, 


Ferns, . 


Wicklow, . 


4 


1814-1879, . 


1814-1864, . 


1814-1879. 


{with Crosspat rich). 














Kilcommon, 


Glendalough 


(see Glanely). 










Kjxcommon-Euris, . 


Killala, 


Mayo, . 


2 


1833-1877. . 


1833-1870, . 


1836-1876. 


C also see Ballycroy). 














*Kilconunon or Holly- 


Tuam, 


Mayo, . 


•1 


1800-1875, . 


1800-1845, . 


1800-1875. 


mount U. 














Kilconan, . 


Emly (see 


Dromkeen). 










KlIiCOSDUFF, . 


Aclionry, 


Mayo, . 


2 


1770-1876, . 


1812-1869, . 


1772-1873. 


[also see Killedan). 














Kilconegayne, or Kilcoij 


fie, Limerick 


(see St. Munc 


an). 








Kilconey, . 


Killaloe (see 


Kilnasoolagh). 










Kilconiekny, 


Clonfert, 


Galway, 


1 


1825-1871, . 


1826-1845, . 


1825-1871. 


[also see Loughrea). 














Kilconienn, 


Clonfert (see 


Kilconickny). 










Kilconla, 


Tuam ( see 


Tuam). 










Kilconly ( see Aghavalli 


?t). 












KUconnell, . 


Cashel (see 


Fethard). 










Kilconnell, . 


Clonfert, 


Galway, 


1 


1835-1875, . 


1835-1844, . 


1838-1875. 


Kilconry, 


Killaloe ( see 


Tradderry). 










Kilcoo or Bryansford, 


Dromore, ; 


Down, . 


3 


1786-1879, . 


1828-1845, . 




(also see KilkeeT). 














Kilcoole, 


Glendalough 


(see Delgany). 










Kilcooley, . 


Elphin (see 


Ardclare und 


Killu 


kin). 






Kilcooley, . 


Meath ( see 


Trim). 










KlLCOOIjY, 


Cashel, 


Tipperary, . 


3 


1S32-1877, . 


1833-1845, . 




Kilcooly , 


Kilmacduagh 


(seeKilcolgan) 










Kilcoony, . 


Tuam (see 


Head/ord). 










Kilcorkey, . 


Elphin, 


Roscommon, 


(A r o 


inventory). 






IvILCOKMDCK, . 


Ferns, . 


W exford, . 


3 


1788-1876, . 


1792-1852, . 




Kilcormuck, 


Ossory ( see 


Odagh). 










Kilcornan, . 


Ferns (see 


Mulrankin). 










Kilcornan, . 


Limerick, . 


Limerick, . 


3 


1804-1875, . 


1804-1845, . 




Kilcoicanmore, . 


Ferns (see 


Horetown). 










Kilcoyne, or Kilconegay 


ne, Limerick 


(see St. Munc 


hin). 








Kilcredan, . 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


2 


1802-1875, . 


1802-1847, . 




(also ste IAsgoold an 


d Molluhiffe). 












Kilcnest, 


Killaloe (see 


Kildysart). 










Kilcrohane, 


Ardfert, 


Kerry, . 


3 


1861-1875, . 






•Kilcroraghan, . 


Derry, 


Derry, . 


4 


1749-1875, r 


1749-1845, . 




Kilcronan , . 


Elphin ( see 


Donamon). 










Kilcnunper, 


Cloyne (see 


Kilworth). 










KlLCUlLEN, 


Glendalough, 


Kildare, 


3 


1778-1880, . 


1819-1839, . 




Kilcullen, . 


Kildare (see C 


arnaiway). 










Kilculliheen, 


Ossory (see 


Macully). 










Kilcully, . 


Cork, . 


Cork, . 


1 


1844-1879, . 







Kilcummer , . 


Cloyne (see 


Bridgetown). 










Kilcummin , . 


Killala (see 


Lackan). 










Ki] cummin, 


Tuam, . 


Galway, 


1 


1812-1876, . 


1813-1845, . 




Kilcummin or Hackmys 


Limerick ( see 


Kilpeacon). 










Kilcumncy, . 


Meath, ( see L 


rumcree). 










Kilcumreagh, 


Meath (see 


Ardnurcher). 










Kildacomogue , . 


Tuam (see 


Castlebar). 










Klt.DAX.KEY, 


Meath, 


Meath, 










Kildare, 


Kildare, 


Kildare, 


4 


1803-1876, . 






Kn.DAr.ioN, 


Kilmore, 


Cavan, 


4 


1810-1874, . 


1812-1863, . 




KUdangan, . 


Kildare (see 


Nutmeg). 










Kiidarton, 


Armagh, 


Armagh, 


5 


1840-1877, . 


1841-1847, . 




Kildavin , . 


Ferns ( see 


Wexford). 










Kildellig, . 


Ossory, 


(No Records.) 










Kildemock, . 


Armagh ( see 


Ardee). 










Kilderry, . • 


Ossory (see Ta 


scoffin). 










Kildimo, . 


Limerick, . 


Limerick, . 


3 


1809-1875, . 






C also see St. Michael , 


Limerick). 












Kildolln, 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


2 


1850-1876, . 




1867-1875. 



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Parish, Church, or Chapel. 



County. 



Kildress, 



Kildrought ( see Celbridlge). 



Armagh, 



Kildrum , 

♦Kildrumferton or 
Crosserlough. 
Kildysart, 

Kilfane, 

Kilfarboy, 

(also see Kildysart ) 
Kl-LFAUGHNABEG, 
Kilfeade, . 

Kilfenny, . 

Kilfenoba, 

Kilfera, 

Kilfergus, . 

KilMdane, . 

Kilfieragh, . 

(also see Kilrush). 
Kii/finaghty, . 
KUJinan, 

Kilfinane, . 

Kiltintinan, 

Ivilfithmone, . 

Kilflyn, 

Kilflynn, . 

Kilfree, 

Kilgariffe, 

[♦Kilgarvan, . 

Kilgarvan, . 

Kilyarvey , . 

Eilyavower, . 

Eilyeevin (see Louisbvrl 

Kiegeffin, 

Kilgerrill , . 

Kilglass, . 

Kilglass, . 

Kilglass, . 

[also see Castleconner ) | 
Kilyoban, 

KiJgobbin, 

Kilyobbin, 

Kilyorman, 

Kilgrant. or Powerstou 
Kiliyland, 

Kilisk, . 

Kilkea, 

Kilkea , 

Kllkeary , 

Kilkea sy, 

Kilkee (see Kilfieragh). 

Ejlkeedy. 

(also see Tomgraney). 
♦Kilkeedy, 

Kilkeel, 

Kilkeehj , 

Kilkecvin, 

Kilkelvery, 

Kilkenny (see St. John , 
j* Kilkenny West, 
Kilkerranmore , 
Kilkerrill, . 

Iiilkerrin, . 

Kilkerville , . 

Kilkevan, . 

Kill (see Ardnurcher, an\ 
Kill, . 

♦Kill, . 

[•Kill, St. Nicholas, 



(see 



Ardjert ( 
Kilmore, 

Killaloe, 
Ossory, 
Killaloe, 

Ross, . 
Cashel 
Limerick (see 
Kilfcnora, 
Ossory (see 
Limerick, 
Killaloe (see 
Killaloe, 

Killaloe, 
Killala (see 
Limerick, 
Limerick, 
Cashel, 
Limerick, 
Ardfert, 
Achonry (see 
Ross, . 

Ardfert, 
Ferns (see 
Killula (see 
Tuam (see 



\gh, Bunluhindh). 
Elphin, . ^ 
Clonjert (see 
Ardagh, 

Elphin, 

Killala, 



Tyrone, 

Ventry). 
Cavan, 

Clare, . 
Kilkenny, 
Clare, . 

Cork, . 
Tipperary). 
Lovghill). 
Clare, . 
Bzimchvrch) 
Limerick, 
Kilmurry, co 
Clare, . 

Clare, . 
Crossmolina). 
Limerick, 
Clare, . 
Tipperary, . 
Limerick, . 
Kerry, . 
KUlarayht ). 
Cork, . 

Kerry. . 
Horetoicn). 
Kilmoremoy). 
Westport). 



Baptisms. 



(see 



Cork 
Ardfert, 

Dublin (see 
Glendcdough 
■i, Lismore (see 
Meath - (see 
Ferns (see 
Glendalough, 
Glendalough 
Killaloe (see 
Ossory (see 

Killaloe, 

Limerick, 
Dromore, . 
Kilmacduagh 
Elphin, 

Tuam (see 
[SL Mary and 
Meath. 

Boss (see 

Ossory (see 
Tuam, . 
Limerick (see 
Ferns (see 

| dnote(a),p. 22| 
Dublin, 
Kildare, 
Waterford, 



Roscommon, 
Avghrim). 
Longford, . 
Roscommon, 
Sligo, . 



Ballinadee). 
Kerry, . 

Kiltcman). 

(see Arklow a I 
Killaloan). 
llatoath). 
KilmaUog). 

(JYo Records), 
(see Castleder] 
Ballynadoyli).\ 
Kilmoganny). 

Clare, . 

Limerick, 
Down, . 

| (secKilcolgan).\ 
Roscommon, 
Eeadjord). 

\Sl. Patrick). 

W estmeath, 
Castrumventr\ 
Knocktoplier). 
Galway, 
Adare). 
Bannoio and 
|3). 

Dublin, 
Kildare, 
Waterford, . 



1709-1879, . 
1796-1876, . 
1810-1874, . 

1837-1877, . 



1799-1877, 

1804-1875, 
records.) 
1792-1877, . 
1813-1875, . 
1803-1875, . 

1700-1753, & 
1794-1876. 
1811-1875, . 



1S13-1877, 

1842-1876, 

1844-1875, 



1799-1844, 



1711-1843, 

1796-1845, 

1811-1842, 

1843-1844, 



1827-1853, . 

1812- 1843, . 
1843-1846, . 

1803- 1847, . 

1804- 1845, . 

1795-1844, . 

1813- 1845, . 
1803-1845, . 

1700-1753, <fc 
1794—1845. 
1811-1845, . 



1813-1845, . 
1842-1872, . 



1713-1754 and| 
1806-1875. 



\ch). 



1793-1875, 

1816-1870, 



1809-1875, 



1867 7-1875, 
1814-1870, 
1730-1875, 



1715-1876. 

1796-1876. 

1810-1873. 

1838-1856. 



1827-1874. 

1812- 1875. 
1843-1879. 
1801-1876. 
1804-1875. 

1793-1877. 

1813- 1875. 
1803-1875. 

1700-1753. & } 
1794-1876. 
1811-1875. 



1813-1877. 

1845- 1872. 

1846- 1675. 



1713-1754 and I 
1806-1845. 



1886-1873, . 

1799-1S45, . 
1816-1845, . 

1748-1844, , 
1809-1845, . 
1829-1845, . 



1814- , 

1730-1845, 



1713-1754 and | 
1806-1875. 



1799-1875. 

1816-1875. 

1748-1875. 

1809-1875. 

1829-1872. 



1814-1870 

1730-1875. 



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Parish, Church, or Chape]. 


Dioceso. 


County. 


Vola. 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. 


•Killaderry or Philips- 














town. 


Kildare, 


King’s, 


2 


1S14-1S75, . 


1814-1845, 


1814-1375. 


Killadoon , . 


Elphin (see 


Kilmactranny 










Killadown , . 


Glendalovgh 


(see Celbridge). 










Killag , .... 


Ferns (see 


Mulrankin). 










Killagully, or TVheery,. 


Meath (see 


Tessauran). 










Killagan, . 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


1 


1840-1879, . 


— 


— 


{also see Connor). 














Killagh, 


Meath (see 


Drumcree). 










Kn.LAGHTF.fi, . 


Itaplioe, 


Donegal, 


4 


1775-1872, . 


1758-1845, . 


1762-1872. | 


Killaqhy, 


Ossory (see 


Kilbeacon). 








1 


Kill aha. 


Ardfert (see 


Kilgarvan). 










Killaheen, . 


Ardfert (see 


Kilflynn, co. 


Kerry 


i. 






Killahiney, . 


Ardfert (see 


Listowd). 










Killahurltr, 


Glendalougli 


(see Arkloio). 










‘Killala, 


Killala, 


Mayo, . 


4 


1757-1875, . 


1757-1845, . 


1757-1875. 


KiUalaghter , 


Clonfert (see 


Aughrim). 










KlLLALIATHAN, 


Limerick, 


Limerick, . 


2 


1811-1876, . 


1812-1828, . 




Killaline, 


Ferns (see 


Tacumshane). 










KILLA.LI, ON, 


Meath, 


Meath and 


3 


1810-1877, . 


1810-1843, . 








Westmeath, 










Killaloan, 


Lismore, 


Tipperary, . 


1 


1818-1877, . 


1835-1845, . 


1837-1876. 


Kilialoe, 


Killaloe, 


Clare, . 


3 


1679-1876, . 


1679-1845, . 




Killaloe , 


Ossory (see 


Callan). 










IvlLXAMERY, 


Cashel (late 














Ossory), . 


Kilkenny, . 


1 


1S24-1S69, . 


1839-1864, . 




Killane, 


Clonfert (see 


KilconnelF). 










Killaney, . 


Down, . 


Down, . 


2 


185S-1S77, . 







Killanley Church ( Castl 


econner Paris 


h). 










Kiilann, 


Ferns, . 


Wexford, . 


4 


1771-1S75, . 


1771-1845, 




Killanney, . 


Clogher, 


Monaghan & 














Louth, 


2 


1825-1875, . 


1825-1875, . 




Kilxannin, 


Tuaxn, . 


Galway, 


1 


1844-1877, . 






Kilxanulxy, . 


Cork, . 


Cork, . 


1 


1831-1877, . 


1838-1877, . 


1836-1877. 














(First two en- 
















Kilxaraght, . 


Achonry, 


Sligo, . 


1 


1830-1878, . 


1831-1878, . 




Killard, 


Killaloe, . 


Clare, . 


1 


1833-1870, . 


1833-1845, . 




Kill ar clrg, . 


Lismore (late 


Cashel) (see Ki 


llltlm 


one). 






Killare ( see Bally more). 














Killargoe, 


Kilmore, 


Leitrim, 


2 


1828-1879, . 


1828-1857, . 




Kxlxarney, 


Ardfert, 


Kerry, 


G 


1782-1880, . 


1784-1845, . 




(.also see Aghadoe.) 














Killarney, . 


Ossory, 


(No records). 










Killary , 


Meath (see 


Syddan). 










Killascohe, . 


Tuam, . 


(No inventory 


). 








Killaser, 


Achonry (see 


Straid). 










•Killashee, . 


Ardagh, 


Longford, . 


5 


1771-1875, . 






Kixlasnett, . 


Kilmore, 


Leitrim, 


1 


1823-1885, . 






(also see Glenloicgh h 


this Parish.) 












KilUispicbrone, . 


Elphin (see 


St. John, Sligo 


)• 








KiUaspuglenane , . 


Kilfenora(see 


Kilmanaheen) 










Ivillaspugmullane, 


Cork, . 


Cork, . 


1 


1840- 






Mllassoy , . 


Glendalough \ 


see Delgany). 










Killatliy, 


Cloyne. (see 


Ballyhooley). 










Killavinoge, 


Cashel (see 


Templemore). 










Killbeucanty, 


Kihnacduagh 


(see Kilmacd-ua 












Ardfert (see 


Mollahife). 












Cork (see 


Kilbonane). 










Killcummin, 


Ardfert (see 


Killarney). 










Killed, . . . 


Cashel (see 


Templemore). 










Kxllea, 


Raphoe, 


Donegal, 


4 


1817-1874, . 


1817-1862, . 






Waterford (se 


e Kill St. Nic 










Killead, . 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


3 


1838-1877, . 






Killeagh, . 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


3 


1782-1870, 








Meath, 


Meath, 


(Par 








Killeany, 

Killeavey or Mux- 


Kilmacduayh 


(see Kilcolgan 


). 








IiAGHGLASS,- . 


Armagh, 


Armagh, 


4 


1823-1877, . 


1823-1846, . 


1823-1877. 



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Table of Parochial Records— continued. 



Parish, Church, or Chapel. 


Dioceso. 


County. V 


ols. 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. 


♦Killeban, . , . I 


-.eighlin : 


I 








802-1875. 


•Castletown District, . 


..eighlin, . ( 


ueen’s, . | 


3 


802-1S75, . : 




•Mayo District, . . 


-.eiglilin, . 


Jueen’s, . I 


2 


830-1876, . 


82G-18G4, . 


828-187 G. 


Killeconenagh , . . . 


'loss '( see Bere h 


wen). J 








844-1873. 


Killedan, . . 


ichonry, . 


layo, . . | 


2 


845-1870, 


— 


{also see Kilconduff). 




Limerick, . j 


1 


830-1875, . 


807-1843, . 


853-1865. 


lvILLEELY, 


Limerick, 


americk, . 


3 


753-1874, . 


755-1844, . 


773-1875. 


Killeen, 


Meath {see 


far a). | 










Killeen , 
Killeenagarif, 


Ossory {see 


Aghmacart). 










Zillaloe ( set 


Stradbally). | 










Killeenavarra, 


Kilmacduagh | 


see Kilcolgan 












Tuarn {see 1 


Teadford). 






1811-1845, . 


181 1-1875. 




Ulogher, 


Vlonaghan, . 


2 


1811-1875, . 






Wexford, . 


2 


L8O0-1876, . 


1800-1845, . 




Killeigh, 


Kildare, 


King’s, 


1 


1836-1875, . 


1835-1845, . 




( with Geashill). 
Killeilagh, . 


Kilfenora, . 


No records— 


Since v 


re Parish). 


— 


- 


{also see Kilmanaheen). 












1844-1875.01) 


*Killelagh,(a) 


Derry, . 


Derry, . 


2 


1821-1829, <fe 


— 




















of 

p»per. 








KHlelan, 


Glendalough ( 


ee Timolin). 








1868 . 


KlIiLEMLOGH, . 


Ardfert, 


Kerry, . 


2 


1850-1S77, . 


— 




Ferns {see 


Ardamine). 






1773-1852, . 


1773-1879. 


Kielenaule, . 


Cashel, 


Tipperary, . 


3 


1778-1879, . 


KlELENCOOLE, . 


Armagh, 


Louth, . 


1 


1817-1877, . 






Killenear, . 


Ardjert {see 


Ratass). 






1816-1843, . 


1816-1878. 






Kerry, 


2 


1815-1877, . 


Killenumery, 


Ardagh, 


Leitrim, 


3 


1827-1863, . 






Killenvoy, 


Elpkin, 


Roscommon, 


2 


1813-1877, . 






Killeny, 


Ardfert ( see 


Kilgobbin). 












Leighlin, 


{No records). 






1818-1876, . 


1845-1871. 


K.ILLERERIN, . 


Tuam, . 


Galway, 


1 


1811-1874, . 


Killcrig, 


Leighlin {see 
Ossory, 


Urglin). 

Queen’s, 


3 


1809-1877, . 


1809-1838, . 


1813-1877. 




Ardagh, 




2 


1843-1878, . 


1735-1840, . 


Afc>4.i— iSi8. 




Kilmore, 


Cavan, 


5 


1 7 35-18 G 6, . 






Kilmore, 


Fermanagh, 


7 


1798-1876, . 










Cavan, 


3 


1810-1876, . 










Tyrone, 


3 


1823-1880, (6) 






Killeahin, . 


Leighlin, 


Carlow, 


3 


1824-1876, . 


i»'ij4-i845, . 






Dublin (see 


Swords). 








1788-1875. 


-Killesk, 


Ferns, . 


Wexford, 


■ 2 


1788-1875, . 


— 


Killgarnjlandtr, . 


Ardjert {see 


KdltaUagh). 












Ferns {see 


Killinick). 










Killing , 


Ferns {see 


Kilmallog). 






1888-1874, . 




KlIitIGAR, . 


Kilmore, 


Leitrim, 


1 


1837-1877, . 


1838—18i7. 


Killimordaly, 

KlLLINABOY, 


Glovfert {see 
Killaloe, 


Aughrim). 
Clare, . 


4 


1832-1877, . 


1832-1846, . 


1832-1877. 


Killtncideema, , . 


Clonfert (see 


Loughrea). 






1827-1845, . 


1827-1875. 


KlLIiINAGH, 


Kilmore, 


Cavan, 


3 


1826-1877, . 


KUlinane, . 


Ardfert {se 


Cahir). 












Killaloe (se 


Omullod ). 








1823-1875. 




Ivilmacduag 


i, Galway, 


1 


1823-1875, 




•Killinchy, . 


Down, . 
Armagh (se 


Down, . 


2 




1819—1845, 




Killineere, . 


St. Peter). 




1829-1878, 




1829-1878. 


•Killiney, (c) 

Killiney (Trinity 


. Dublin, 


Dublin, 


. 2 




1861-1875, 






) Dublin, 


. Dublin, 


. 1 










. W exford, 


. 2 


1822-1876, 












1 


1837-1854, 






ii-ILLINKERE, 


. Kilmore, 


. Cavan, 


. 2 


1761-1877, 










at ed to be sarr 


e as 


“ Naas.") 


1818-1867, . 


1824-1876. 


Killtskey, 

{also see WicTdow 


. Glendaloug 


h<| Wicklow, 


2 


1818-1877, 














Killmackelogue or Tu 


0- 












sist, . . 


. Ardfert (s 


e Kenmare). 











(a) See not* under Madiera. (b) Entries of Baptisms of “ Marsirall " Family, 1798-1832. 

(e) Also sea Monkstown, Dublin. 



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Table of Parochial Records — continued. 



j Parish, Church, or Chapel .! Diocese. 

1 ...... ... _ i 


County. 


Vols 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. 


j KlLLOCHONAGAN, . 


Meath, 


Meath, 
Tipperary, . 


3 


1S17-1877, . 






i KlIfLODIERNAN, 

’ Killoe (Temple- 


Killaloe, 


1 


1827-1876, . 


1830-1875, . 


1834-1871. 




MICHAEL), 




Ardagh, 


Longford, . 


1 


1825-1877, . 




1825-1877. 


j Killoeilagh, 




Meath (see 


Lrnmcree). 








, Killohn, 




Killaloe ( see 


Kilmurry). 










! KillofjUeen, . 




Kilmacduagh 


(see Killinane 


). 








1 Kittakennedy, 




Killaloe (see 


Kiltinanlea, 0 


mullo 


d, and Tomgra 


ney). 




KUlonethan or Killone- 










ban. 




Limerick (see 


St. Munchin) 










KUlora, 




Kilmacduagh 


(see Killinane 










Ki lloran, . 




Achonry, 


Sligo, . 


3 


1815-1877, . 


1801-1845, . 


1800-1872. 


KUlaran and hilquane 


Clonfert (see 


Mltormer). 






! Killorgxin, 




Ardfert, 


Kerry, . 


2 


1861-1877, . 







Killoscully, 




Cashel, 


Tipperary, . 


2 


1841-1875, . 


1841-1845, . 


1841-1875. 


Killoskehan , 




Cashel ( see 


Kilfithmone). 






Killossery, . 




Lublin (see 


Swords). 










Killoteran, 




"Waterford, . 


Waterford, . 


8 


1769 & 1828- 


1768-1781, . 


1758-1772, & 


Kilxough, 




Down, . 


Down, . 


3 


1877. 

i807-1874, . 


1802-1943, . 


1839-1877. 

1825-1874. 


KiUowjMer, 




Glendalough ( 


see Wicklow ) . 






*Killoughter, 




Kilmore, 


Cavan, 


1 


1827-1875, . 






Killoughy, . 




Meath, . 


King’s, 


1 


1818-1876, . 


1818-1845, . 




Kixxowen, 




Cork, . 


Cork, . 


3 


1833-1875, . 




"Tvillowen, . 




Derry, . 


Derry, 


7 


1824-1875, . 


1824-1845, . 


1824-1875. 


Kiiloioer , . 




Tuarn (see 


Head ford). 






Killrane, 




Kerns (see 


Tacumshane ) 










Killronan, . 




Klphin (see 


Killyon). 










Killshinane , 




Ardfert (see 












Killtnstan, . 




Kilmacduagh 


(see Kilmacdu 


agh). 








Kdlua, 




Meath (see Ki 


llallon). 








, Killucan, . 




Meath, 


Westmeath, 


4 


1700-1874, . 






Killukin - , . 




Elphin, 


Roscommon, 


2 


1809-1878, . 


1809-1849! . 


1809-1879! 


Killwmod, . 




Elphin (see 


Killukin). 




KiUuneen , . 




Kilmacduagh 


(sec Rikolgan) 










Killurane , . 




Killaloe (see 


Kikeily) 










*Killurm, 




Ferns, . 


Wexford, . 


5 


1816-1879, . 


1798-1866, . 


1816-1879. 


killursa , 




Tuam (sea 


Headford). 






1 Killery & Rattoo, 


Ardfert, 


Kerry,. 


1 


1803-1868, . 


1S03-1853, . 


1802-1854. 


1 MUcarnet, . 




Achonry (see 


Kdloran ). 






* Kill yh eg s, . 




Kildare ( see 


Clane). 










j Killybega, . 




Raphoe, 


Donegal, 


3 


1787— 179G & 


1809- , . 


1809-1875. 
















1 Killygarvan, 
j KiUyglyn , . 




Raphoe, 
Connor ( see 


Donegal, 

Connor). 


3 


1817-1875, . 


1817-1845, . 


1817-1875. 


| Killylea, 




Armagh, 


Armagh, 


3 


1845-1876, . 




1845-1875. 

1836-1875. 

1741-1875., 

1819-1880. 


j Killyleagh, 




Down, 


Down, . 


5 


1830-1872, . 




i Killymau, . 




Armagh, 


Tyrone, 


9 


1741-1875, . 




IviLLYJIARD, 
j Killymour, . 




Raphoe, 
Killaloe (see 


Donegal, 
Kilmurry , Co. 


5 

Clare 


1819-1S80, . 

). 


1819-1845,' . 


lAILLVOX &KIXROEAN, 
Killyon, 


Klphin, 
Meath ( sea. 


Galway, 

Clonard). 


i 


1833-1880, . 


1835-1863, . 


1838-1S78. 


Mint, • 




Glendalough ( 


see Lelc/anv 1 . 










Kilmacabea, 

Kilmacalane, 




Ross, . 
Elphin (see 


Cork, . 
Tuunagh ). 


i 


1826-1879, . 


1826-1845, . 


1859-1868. 


KUmacanogue, 




Glendalough ( 


see Lelgany), 










Kilmacdonagh , 




Cloyne (see 


Kilcredan). 










Kilmacdcagh 

Kilmacduane, 




Kilmacduagh 
Killaloe (see 


Galway, 


2 


1787-1875, . 


1811-1844, . 


1827-1876. 


Kilmacho, . 




Limerick (see 












Kilmackavogue, 




Ossory ( see 


Kosbercon). 










Kilmaclasser , 




Tuam ( see 


W estport). 










Kilmacleague, 




Waterford (se 


Bally naldll). 










Kilmacologue, 




Form (see 


Gorey). 










Kilmacomb , 




Waterford (se 


Bally nakill). 










Kilmacow, . 




Glendalough ( 


ee Castlemaca 


iam). 








Kixmacow, 

Kilmacreehy, 




Ossory, 
Kilfenora (see 


Kilkenny, . 
Kilmaiiaheen) 


2 


1792-1876, . 


1805-1864, . 


1803-1877. 



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Table of Parochial Kecords — continued. 



Parish, Churoh, ot Chapel. 


Diocese. 


County. 


ola. 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. 


KlEMACBENAN, 


Raplioe, 


Donegal, 


2 


1828-1877, . 


1828-1845, . 


1828-1877. 


Kiljiagshalgan, 


Killala, •. 


Sligo, . 


% 


1810-1880, . 






Kilmactalway , . 


Dublin (see 


ClondalMn). 


UMt. 




1817-1841, . 


1823-1845. 


Kilmacteige, . 


Achonry, 


Sligo, . . 


2 


1817-1878, . 


Ivilmactranny, . 


Slpliin, 


Roscommon, 


1 






1816-187d. 


Kilmacud, . 


Dublin (see 


Stillorgan). 










Eihnacuddriclc, . 


Dublin (see 


Clondalkin). 




• 








Elphin (see 


Creese'). 






1808-1844, . 


1773-1872. 


KlLMAHO-K, 


Moyne, 


Cork, . 




1773-1866, . 






Kilmainemore 






1744-1778 & 


1774-177S * 


'Kilmainemore, . 


Tuam, . 


Mayo, . 


2 


1744-1778 &, 




1821-1875. 


1821-1845. 




KlLMAINHAMWOOD, 


Meath, 


Meath, 


1 


1803-1876, . 


1814-1842, . 


180*1 — 1 8-1 7 . 




Elphin (see 


St. John, Slip 


)• 


Traddery). 








Killaloe (see 


Kilnasoolugh 


and 


1848-1844, . 


1836-1870. 


Kilmalet, 


Killaloe, 


Clare, . 


1 


1836-1871, . 




Clonfert, 


[No inventor 


/)• 




1831- , . 


1831-1871. 




Ardfert, 


Kerry, 


3 










3 


1826-1881, . 










W exford, . 


4 


1813-1873, . 


1813-1874, . 










2 


1800-1875, . 


1800-1845, . 




Kllraanagh, 


Ossory, 


Kilkenny, . 


3 


1784-1875, . 


1784-1845, . 




Kilmanagh , 


Ross (see 


Berehaven). 










Kilmanaghan ( see Bally 


lovghloe). 


Clara). 
Clare, . 










Kilmanaghan , 


Meath (see 
Kilfenora, . 


1 


1828-1875, . 


1828-1845, . 


1828-1875. 


Kilmane, 


Killaloe ( see 


Tomgraney). 






■ •• . n 




Rilmanman ( see Oregon 


)■ 

Ferns (see 


Mulrankin). 






. 

. 




Kilmanoge, . 


Cork (see 


St. Peter's). 




















1803-1870, . 


1804-1875. 




Emly), 


Tipperary, . 


1 


1799-1877, . 


Kilmeadan, 


Waterford, . 


Waterford, . 


4 








Kilmeague ob Lo» 


Kildare, 


Kildare, 


8 


1814-1878, . 


1814-1849, . 


1818-1878. 




Elphin (see 


Killenvoy). 












Limerick (see 


Corcomohide 










Kilmeely or Kilmursle 


Limerick (see 


LoughiV). 










Kilmeen, 


Ardfert (see 


Dromtarrifi). 


3 


1806-1875, . 


1806-1845, . 


1806-1876. 


Kilmegan, . 


Dromore, . 


Down, 


3 


1828-1879, . 






(.also see Kilkeel). 
Kihnenan, . 
Kilmeasan, 


Ossory (see 
Meatli, 

Cork, 


Attanagh). 
Meath, 
Cork, . 


2 

3 


1850-1875, (a) 
1799-1879, . 


1799-1830, . 


1852-1875. 

1801-1876. 


Kihnichill , . 
Kilmina, . 


Killaloe ( see 
Tuam, . 


Kilfarboy). 
Mayo, . 


1 


1831-1876, . 


1831-1845, . 


1846-1875. 


( also see Burrishoo 
Kilmocahill, . 


for Baptisms. 
Leiglilin, . 


Kilkenny, . 


3 


1807-1865, . 


1812-1864, • 


1823-1839. 


(also see ShankiU). 
Kilmocar, . 


Ossory, 
Cork, . 


(JVo records). 
Cork, . 


4 


1800-1880, . 


1801-1845, . 


1800-1879. 


Kilmocrean or Cumm 


Tuan i (see 


Kilmoylan). 












Ferns (see 


Killinick). 












Ossory (see 


Dunmore). 










Kilmoduniogue, . 


Ossory (see 
Cork, . 


Mothel). 
Cork, . 


3 


1792-1878, . 


1792-1845, . 


1792-1858. 


Kilmoe, 
♦Kilmoganny, 
Kilmoiley, . 


Killaloe (see 

Ossory, 

Ardfert, 


Omullod). 

Kilkenny, 

Kerry, 


4 

1 


1782-1875, . 
1841-1875, . 


1782-1873, 


1782-1875. 


(with Ballyheige). 


Ferns (se 


jmtechnrch 


• 










Tuam (se 


Ballincholla 












Lismore (se 


Kilrush). 










Kilmoleran, 


Lismore (se 


Dysart). 










Kihnonaghan ( see Clc 


r a). 


Tracton). 

Down, 






- • 




Kilmoney , . 
ICrtaMOOD, . 


Cork (se 

Down, 


3 


1822-1880, 


1822-1845, 


1793-1880. 



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Table of Parochial Records — continued. 



Parish, Church, or Chapel. 


Dioceso. 


County. 


Vols. 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. 




Kilfenora ( see 


Killeilagh and 


\Kilm 


anaheen). 






1 KlLMOON, . 


Meath, 


Meath, 


1 


1S29-1877, . 


1829-1833, . 




KUvior , 


Ferns {see 


Kilpipe). 












Ardfert, 


( see Valentia). 










, ’Kilmore, 


Armagh, 


Armagh, 


13 


1789-1879, . 


1798-1845, . 




i ( also see Rich-MU). 














i Kilmore, . 


Clogher, 


Monaghan, . 


5 


1796-1875, . 






{also see Stranood 


an, C.E. inthi 


Parish ). 












Down, . 


Down, . 


3 


1820-1873, . 


1820-1845, . 


1820-1875. 


i Kilmore, 


Elphin, 


Leitrim, 


( ) 


1742- , . 


1742- , . 


1742- 


1 Kilmore, 


Ferns {see 


Tomhaggard). 












Glemlalough 


(see Ilathmore 


1. 










Killaloe, 


Tipperary, . 


2 


1781-1875, . 


1781-1845, . 


1781-1875. 


Kilmore, 


Kilmore, 


Cavan, . 


6 


1702-1872, . 


1702-1845, . 


1702-1S75. 


< also see BaUintempl 


e). 












! Rilmorebologue, . 


Clonfert { see 


Lononanghta ) 










1 KiLMORE, . 


Meath, 


Meath, 


2 


1859-1874, . 


— 




: Kilmoke-Erius and 














| Kilcommin, . 


Kill ala, 


Mayo, . 


2 


1825-1877, . 


1825-1844, . 




Mvilmoremoy, 


Killala, 


Mayo, . 


5 


1801-1875, (a) 


1801-1866,(0) 


1801-1875, (a) 


KHmorgan, . 


Achonry {see 


Emlafad). 










Kilmovee, 


Aclionry {see 


Castlemore). 










Kilmoylan , . 


Limerick {see 


Kilfergus). 










Kilmoylan, . ' . 


Tuam, . 


{K To records). 










Kilmuckridge or 














Bai.lyyai.den, 


Ferns, . 


Wexford, . 


2 


1802-1878, . 


1803-1877, . 


1803-1878. 


Kilmungnegal, 


Killaloe {see 


Ogashin). 










Kiljiuhry, 


Cork, . 


Cork, . 


2 


1841-1877, . 


— 


1850-1878. 


Kilmurry, . 


Killaloe, 


Clare, . 


4 


1774-1875, . 


1774-1845, . 


1774-1874. 


Kilmurry, . 


Killaloe 


King's ( see Sh 


inron 


e). 






Kilmurry, . 


Limerick, 


Limerick, . 


2 


1784-1878, . 


1784-1845, . 


1784-1878. 


Kilmurrynegaul, . 


Killaloe {see 


Kilfinaghty). 










Kilmursley or Kilmedy 


Limerick {see 


Loughill). 










Rilnaboy ( see Killinabo 


2/). 












Kilnaglory, . 


Cork {see 


At know en art 


< l Bed 


linadee). 






Kilnagross (t), 


Ross, 


Cork, 


1 


1814-1877, 


1815-1845, . 


1825-1874. 


Rilnaleck {see Kildmm 


ferton). 












Rilnamanagh , 


Elphin {see 


Boyle). 










Kilnameane, 


Killaloe {see 


Kilmore). 










Kiluasoolagh, 


Killaloe, 


Clare, . 


2 


1731-1875, . 


1731-1844, . 


1731-1875. 


Ivilnaughtin, 


Ardfert, 


Kerry, . 


3 


1793-1875, . 


1793-1845, . 


1793-1874. 


{a/so see Listouiel). 














Kiln eddy, . 


Ossory (see 


KnocJctopker). 










Kilnegarenagh or 














Lemanaglian, . 


Meath, 


King’s, 


3 


1822-1875, . 


1822-1845, . 


1822-1875. 


*Kilneliue, . 


Ferns, . 


Wexford, . 


2 


1817-1875, . 


1817-1845, . 


1817-1875. 


{also see Gorey). 














Kilnemanagh, 


F erns, . 


Wexford, . 


1 


1836-1877, . 


1837-1869, . 


1837-1877. 


Kilnenianagh, 


Ross, . 


(A'o inventor 


y\ 








Kilneiuartry, . 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


i 


1814-1864, . 


1329-1843, . 


1815-1873. 


Kilnernona, . 


Killaloe (see 


Lrumcliffe). 










Kilneratli , . 


Cashel (see 


St. John, New 


port). 








Kilnoe, 


Killaloe (see 


Kilseily and 


Tomg 


raney). 






Kilonrthan, . 


Rilfenora(see 


Raihbourney). 










Kilpatrick, . 


Cashel (see 


Ballintemple). 










Kilpatrick, . 


Cork (see 


Tracton). 










Kilpatrick, . 


Ferns, . 


Wexford, . 


1 


1833-1876, . 


.1836-1872, . 


1836-187G. 


Kilpatrick, . 


Meath (see 


Rathgratfe). 










Kilpeacon, . 


Limerick, . 


Limerick, . 


2 


1804-1872, . 


1804-1845, . 


1804-1875. 


*Eilpipe, 


Ferns, . 


Wexford, . 


1 


1828-1875, . 


1825-1845, . 


1833-1876. 


Kilpoole, 


Glendalough 


(see Wicklow). 










Kilpmsh, . 


Emly ( see 


Aney). 










KUquaine , . 


Clonfert (see 


Dononanghta) 










j Kih/uane, . 


Limerick ( see 


St. Patrick). 










1 Rilqncme and Killomn 


Clonfert (see 


Kiltormer), 










KHraghties, . 


Killaloe (see 


Ogashin). 










Kilranalagli , 


Leighlin (see 


Kiltegan). 










Kilraughts, . 


Connor ( see 


Rasharkin). 










*Kilrea, 


Derry, . 


Derry, . 


4 


1801-1875, . 


1801-1845, . 


1801-1875. 


Kilree, . . . . 


Ossory ( see 


Burnchurch , a 


nclKe 


ZZs, Ossory). 







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PaiisL, Churoh, or Chapel. 



County. 



Kilrekil, 

KlLROAN, . 

( also see Ringrone. 
KlLRONAN, 

Kilronan , . 

Kilroran , . 

Kilrosasty, 

Kilross , 

KlERUASE, 

KlI.RDSH, . 

Kilrush, 

Kilrush, 

Kilrush, 

Kilrush, 

Kilsallaghan, 

Kilsaran, . 

|*Kilscannell, 

{icitk llathkeale). 
Kilscorane, . 

KlLSEILY, . 

Kilshalvy, . 

KlLSHANE, • 

Kilshannick, 

Kilshannon, . 

Kilshanny, . 

Kilsheelau, . 

Kilshina, 

Kilsittagh, . 

ICilskeer, 

•Kilskeery, . 

Ktttaile, 

Kiltallagh, . 

Kiltarton, . 

JCiltate, 

Kilted, 

Kilteevan, . 
IClLTEEVOGDE, 

Kiltegan and Kil- 

RANALAGH. 

Kiltennell, . 

Kiltennell, . 

Kilters an, 

(for earlier entries 
KUteskil, 

Kilteskin, 

Kill ho mas, . 

Kiltinanlea, 

Kiltoglmrd, 

KUtolla, 

| + Kiltoom, 

Kiltoomey , . 

Kiltoraght, . 

Kiltoraght, . 

Kiltorcan, - 
KlLTORMER, 

Kiltrisk, 

Kiltrustan, . 

Kiltubbrid, 

'Kiltullagk, 
l+Kiltumon, . 

(i with Fivemiletown). 
Kilturk, 

Kiltyclogher, 

Kilvemnon, 

Kilvolane, . • 

KiUonrlin(_see St. John s, 
•Kilwatermoy, 

(with Tallow). 
Kilwaughter & Cam- 
castle, 

Kilworth, 



Clonfert (see 
Cork, . 



Ardagh, 
Lisraore, 
Elphin (see 
Lismore, 
Elphin (see 
Killaloe 
Ferns, . 
Kildare 
Killaloe, 
Lismore, 
Ossory ( 
Dublin, 
Armagh, 
Limerick, 



(see 



ft). 



Loughrea). 

Cork, . 

Roscommon, 
Waterford, . 
Killyon). 
Waterford,. I 
Ballysumagliaii 
Tipperary, . 
Wexford 
Ballysonnon). I 
Clare, . . I 

(No inventor]]]). 
Aghour). 

Dublin, 

Louth, 
Limerick, 



Baptisms. 



' 



Ferns (see 
Killaloe, . I 
Achonry (see 
Emly, . 
Cloyne, 

Meath (see 
Kilfenora (see 
Lismore, 

Meath (see 
Ross (see 
Meath, 
Clogker, 
Leighlin (see 
Ardfert, 
Achonry (see 
Meath (see 
Glendalough | 
Elphin (see I 
Raphoe, 
Leighlin, 

Ferns, . 
Leighlin, 
Dublin, 

|see Bray). 
Clonfert (see 
Cloyne (see 
Kilmacduagh 
Killaloe, . 
Ardagh, 
Clonfert (see 
Elphin, 
Ardfert (see 
KiUaloe (see 
Kilfenora (see 
Ossory (see 
Clonfert, 
Ferns (see 
Elphin (see 
• Ardagh, 
Tuam, . 

. I Clogher, 



Tacumshane). 
Clare, . 
Killaraght). 
Tipperary, . 
Cork, . 

Colpe). 

Kilfenora). 

(No records). 
Clongill). 

Lislee). 

Meath, . 

Tyrone, 

Dysartenos). 

Kerry, . 

Emlafad). 

Knockmark). 

( see Rathmore\ 
Roscommon). 
Donegal, 
Wicklow, 

Wexford, 

Carlow, 

Dublin, 

Loughrea). 
Rostellan). 
(seeKiUinane). 
Clare, . 
Leitrim, 
Kiiconickny). 
Roscommon. 
Kilflynn). 
Killinaboy). 
Kilfenora). 
Knocktopher) 
Galway, 
Btdlycanew on] 
Bumlin). 
Leitrim, 
Roscommon, 
Fermanagh, 



(see 



Feriis 
KiLmore, 
Cashel, 

Cashel 
Hillsborough). 
Lismore, 



(see 



Marriages. 



Connor, 

Cloyne, 



Tomhaggard). 
Leitrim, 
Tipperary, . 
St. John, iVeii - | 

Waterford, 



Antrim, 
Cork, . 



1808-1877, 

1840-1872, 



1839-1874, 

1838-1878, 



1818-1875, 

1818-1875, 

1348-1875, 



1859-1877, 

1731-1875, 



1792-1876, 

1772-1872, 



1818-1879, 

1S05-1873, 

1806-1875, 

1837-1875, 

1817-1880, 



1796-1S75, 

1810-1875, 



1795-1873, 

kinfere). 

1825-1875, 

1822-1875, 

1861-1864, 



1862-1875, 

1S06-1876, 



1773-1845,(0) 



1818- 

1818-1845, 



1808-1875. 

1856-1869. 



1818-1875. 

1818-1873. 



1792-1845, 

1772-1845, 



1806-1817, *fe 
1839-1877. 
1806-1875, . 
1837-1875, . 

1817-1868, . 



1796-1844, 

1810-1845, 



1825-1845, 

1S22-1876, 



1821-1875, 

1776-1375, 



1821-1845, 
I 1776-1845, 



1825-1857. 

1813-1873. 

1806-1875. 

1838-1875. 

1817-1880. 



1796-1875. 

1810-1875. 



1825-1876. 

1822-1875. 



1868-1875. 

1806-1875. 



1821-1875. 

1776-1874. 



(a) Vol. 1 contains some 



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Table of Parochial .Records — continued. 



Parish, Church, or Chapel. 


Diocese. 


| 

| County. 


Vols. 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. 


Kiuawlev, . 


: Kilmore, 


Fermanagh, 


8 


1761-1875, . 


1761-1845, . 


1761-1875. 


Kinffscourt, . 
Kind’s Hospital, 


1 Meath ( see 


Enniskeen). 










: Dublin, . 

: Kingston College 


Dublin, 


(J Vo records). 










1 Chapel, . 

* Kingstown (Christ 


Cloyne, 


(Kb inventory 


)• 








Church), . 

(also see Monkstoum) 
Kingstown ( Mariners' 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


2 


1852-1879. 


— 


— 




Church), . 


Dublin (see 


Manners' Cl 


urch) 








Kingicilllimstown (see. 


Dris/iane). 










Kt.S NEAGH, 


Glendalough 


Carlow, 


1 


1S28-1876, . 






•Kinnegad, . 


Meath, 


Westmeath,. 


4 


1821-1876, . 


1821-1846, 




KlJiNBIGtl, . 


Cork, . 


Cork, . 


3 


1794-1876, . 


1795-1844, . 




K I SHITTY, . 


Killaloe, 


King’s, 


2 


1800-1877, . 


1801-1845, . 




‘Kin sale, 

Kin-sale hkg and 


Cork, . 


Cork, . 


2 


16S4-1875, . 


1688-1864, . 


1685-1875. 


| Change, . 


Lismore, 


Waterford, . 


2 


1817-1862, . 


1827-1857, . 


1841-1868. 


[ Kinsealey, . 


Dublin (see 


Swords). 








Kinure, 


Cork (see 


Tracton). 










Kinvarradoorits, 


Kilmacduagh 


(see KUcolgan 


). 








Kirkcubbin, 


Down, . 


Down, . 


2 


1783-1875, . 


1783-1845, . 


1783-1875. 


(also see Innishargy). 
Kirkinriola (see. Bally 


mena). 












♦Knappa, 


Tuam. . 


Mayo, . 


2 


1865-1875, . 




1855-1875. 


Knigh, 


Killaloe (see 


Kalmyk). 






Knodc, 


Meath (see 


Drakestown). 










Knock, 


Tuam (see 


Kiltullagh). 










Knockane, 

[also see Ayhadoe). 


Ardfert. 


Kerry, . 


1 


1S18-1878, . 


1820-1843, . 


1817-1878. 


Knockaney , 


Emly (see 












Knockavillv, . 


Cork, . 


Cork, . 


1 


1837-1876, . 






■linockbreda, 

•Knockbride, 


Down, . 
Kilmore, 


Down, . 
Cavan, . 


4 

5 


1784-1873, . 
1825-1875, . 


1784—1845i . 
1825-1845, . 


1784-1875. 

1825-1875. 


Ktiockcommon, . 


Meath (see 


Duleek). 






Knockenure, 

Knockgraffon, 

Knocklony, 


Ardfert ( see 


Listowel). 










Cashel, 

Emly (see 


Tipperary, . 
Aney). 


1 


1805-1873, . 


1805-1860, . 


1806-1871. 


JyN uckm.uik, . I Meath, 

Knockmouhne, . . j Cloyne, 

Knocknamuckly, . j Droraore, . 

"Knocknarea, . . j Elphin, 

Knocknegaul, . . ! Limerick (see 


Meath,.' 
Cork, . 
Down, . 
Sligo, . 
Kilpeacon). 


1 

4 

7 

1 


1825-1874, . 
1797-1876, . 
1838-1875, . 
1842-1875, . 


1837- 1874, . 
1797-1871, . 

1838- 1845, . 


1825-1875. 

1797-1877. 

1853-1875. 

1842-1875. 


Knockneya.nl or Berry- 












knockane, 

Knockteinple and Kil- 


Limerick (see 


Loughill). 










bolane, . 
Knocktopher, . 

Kyle, .... 


Cloyne, 
Ossory, 
Killaloe (see 


Cork, . 
Kilkenny, . 
Roscrea). 


2 

3 


1820-1875, . 
1801-1875, . 


1820-1845, . 
1801-1843, . 


1820-1875. 

1801-1874. 


Laccagh, 


Tuam (see 


Annaghdown). 










Lackagh, . 
Lack an, 

Lady's Island, . 


Kildare, 
Killala, 
Ferns (see 


Kildare, 
Mayo, . 


4 

1 


1830-1874, . 
1833-1876, . 


1841-1864, . 
1836-1845, . 


1842-1875. 

1854-1876. 


Ladytown, . 


Kildare (see 












Laghey, . 

(also for Golart and 


Raphoe, 

llrumholm.) 


Donegal, 


2 


1836-1877, 


1838-1845, . 


1836-1875. 


*Lambeg, 

Lanesborough (see Rath 


Connor, 

dine). 


Antrim, 


4 


1810-1875, . 


1810-1846, . 


1810-1875. 


Langfield Lower, . 


Derry, . 


Tyrone, 


3 


1824-1875, . 


1825-1845, . 


1826: 1847- 


LangtMd Upper, 
Larabryan (see Maynoc 


Derry, . 
A). 


Tyrone, 


2 


1814-1875, . 


— 


1878. 

1841-1875. 


Laracor, 


Meath, . 


Meath, . 


2 


1797-1875, . 


1797-1845, . 


1797-1827. 


larah, .... 
Lame or Inver , . 


Kilmore, 
Connor (see 


Cavan, , 
Inver, Connor 


2 


(entries 1797-1 
1828-1875, . 


827 very imperj 
1828-1845, . 


ect). 

1828-1875. 

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Table of Parochial Records — continued. 



Parish, Church, ot Chapel. 


Diocese. 


County. 


Vols. 


Baptisms. j 


1 

MarriagBS. J 


Burials. 


Lateragh, . . . 


xillaloe, . 


A o separate 


legis f 


y rs ; entries in 


n emplederry). 




Lattin, 


Emly, . 


see Shronell). 










Laurencetown, . . . 


donfert (see 


lonfert). 










Lavey, 


lilmore, 


3avan, . 


1 


1836-1876, . 


1836-1843, . 


1836-1876. 


*Layde, 


lonnor, 


Antrim, 


4 


1826-1875, . 


1826-1845, . 


1826-1875. 


'■Lea, . 


xildave, 


Queen's, 


4 


1S01-1875, . 


1801-1844, . 


1801-1875. 


Leap, .... 


Ross (see Kilm 


cabea). 










♦Learmount, 


Derry , . 


Derry, . 


1 


1832-1875, . 


1633-1842, . 


1832-1S75. 


Leck, . . . . 


itaphoe. 


Donegal, 


1 


1834-1876, . 


1835-1855, 


1835-1876. 


Leckering, . 


Clonfert (see 


Louglirea). 








1810-1877. 


Leckpatrick, . 


Derry, . 


Tyrone, 


3 


1810-1877, . 


1810-1845, . 


Legoniel ( see St. Mark's , 


Belfast). 












Leighltnbridge (.see Dun i 


eckney & Well 










1831-1867. 


Leighmoney, . 


Uork, . 


3ork, . 


1 


1830-1878, . 


— 


Leitrim, 


Ardagh (see 


Kiltoghart). 










Leitrim , 
Leitrim, 


Clonfert (see 


Lickmolassu). 










Cloyne (see 


KUworth). 








1669-1875. 


‘Leixlip, 


Dublin, 
Meath (see 


Kildare, 


2 


1669-1875, . 




Lemanaghan, 


Kilnegarenag 








1800-1860. 


Leney, 


Meath, . 


Westmeath, 


1 


1800-1860, . 




♦Leskinfere, . 


Ferns, . 


Wexford, . 


2 


1802-1875, . 


1802-1845, . 


1802-1875. 


1 

8 

1 

l 

3 


and Leck). 












Letterluna, 


Killaloe (see 


Cinrutty). 










Lettermacward, 


Raphoe, 


Donegal, 


3 or 5 


1840-1875, . 


1840- 




Lickbla, 


Meath (see 


Rathgruffe). 










Lickerrig , . 


Clonfert (see 


Kilconickny). 










Lickjin, 


Cashel (see 


Killenaule). 








1800-1875. 

1802-1872. 


♦Lickmolassy and > 
•Ballinakill, TJ. > 


Clonfert, 


Galway, 


fi 


1766-1875, . 
1775-1874, . 


1762-1849, . 
1792-1844, . 


Lickoran , . 


Lismore (see 


Whitechurch). 










Lifford (in Clonleigh Pa 


rish). 












Liinavady ( see Drumac 


hose). 










1773-1875. 




Limerick, . 





3 


1753-1874, . 


1755-1844, . 


*St. John, . 


Limerick, . 


— 


9 


1697-1876, . 


1697-1845, . 


1697-1876. 




Limerick, . 


— 


1 


1863-1875, . 


— 


■ — 




Limerick, 


— 


9 


1726-1875, . 


1726-1845, . 


1726-1876. 




Limerick, 


— 


7 


1801-1875, . 


1801-1845, . 




St. Michael, C.E., 


Limerick, . 


(A T o inventor 


U)- 






1701-1768, <fc 


St. Munchin, . 




— 


10 


1701-1768, <fc 


1701-1768, & 








1797-1875. 


1797-1845. 


1797-1870. 


St. Nicholas, . 

St. Patrick and 


Limerick (see 


St. Mary). 








1823-1876. 


Kilquane, . 


Limerick, . 


— 


5 


1818-1877, . 


1820-1844, . 


Trinity Church, 


Limerick (see 


St. Laurence ). 






1842-1845, r . 




Lisadill, . 


Elphin, 


Sligo, . 


1 


1836-1876, . 


— 


Lisbeleaw, 


Clogher, 


Fermanagh, 


3 


1829-1877, . 


1829-1864, . 






KiUaloe (see 


Kilmore). 




1639-1646 fc 


1661-1845, . 


1661-1879. 


♦Lisburn, or Blaris, 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


12 


(also see Christ Chu 


oh, <b St. Matt 


hew, Connor) 




1661-1873. 






LiscarroU(see Kilbrin 
Liscarton, . 


Meath (see 


Ardbraccan) 












Lelghlin (see 


Aghold). 








1840-1875. 


•Liselton, 


Ardfert, 


Kerry, 


2 


1840-1875, 


— 


(also see Listowel). 


Lismore, 


(Wo records) 








1849-1875. 


Lisgoold, 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


2 


1847-1875, . 


— • 




Tuam (se 


Tuam). 






1809-1845, . 


1809-1876. 






Cork, . 


3 


1809-1876, 


Lislimnaghan, . 


Derry, 


Tyrone, 


2 


1862-1875, 


— 




Lismakecry, 


Limerick (se 


Abkeaton). 

Tipperary, 






1801-1845, . 


1801-1875. 


Lismalin, . 


Cashel, 


3 


1801-1875, 




Ossory (se 


Kilbeacon). 






1692-1841, 


1711-1878. 


♦Lismore, 


Lismore, 


Waterford, 


4 


1693-1878, 




Meath (se 


Skryne). 








1780-1877. 




Armagh, 


Armagh, 


6 


1778-1877, 


1778-1845, 


Lisaaslcea, . 


Clogher, 
er, Cloglwr). 


Fermanagh, 


8 


1804-1875, 


1804-1845, 




(also see Aghalurch 








1824- 


1824-1875. 




Lismore, 


Tipperary, 


1 


1824-1875, 


•Lissan, 


Armagh, 


Derry, . 


4 


1753-1795, & 








1304-1875. 


1817-1842. 





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Taele of Parochial Records — continued. 



F 

1 


Parish, Chureh.oT Chapel. 


Diocese. 


County. 


Vols. 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. 


1 


Lissonuffy, . 


Elphin {see 


Bnmlin ). 




■ 










Ossory, 


(No inventory 














Ardfert, 


Kerry, . 


4 


1790-1875, . 


1790-1845, . 


1790-1875. 






Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


1 


1811-1876, . 


1811-1844, . 


1811-1877. 






Cork (see 


Rathcooncy). 












Lockeene, 


Killaloe, 


Tipperary, . 


3 


1824-1873, . 


1824-1852, . 


1831-1S7S. 




Londonderry (see Derr 


j and Temple 


mure). 










I 




Ardagh {sec 


Templemichael 


• 












Killaloe, 


Tipperary, . 


1 


1822-1S77, . 


1822-1842, . 


1S22-1S76. 




*J.orum, 

Loco has or Casti-e- 


Leighlin, 


Carlow, 


3 


1804-1S75, . 


1804-1875, . 


1804— 1S75. 




KIERAN, . 


Meath, 


Meath, . 


2 


1836-1876, . 


— 


1865. 




Lonykbrickland {set A 


rjhaderg). 










1844-1876. 






Meath, 


Meath, 


2 


1844-1876, . 


— 




Lough Eske, 


Raphoe, 


(No records b 


efore 


1870). 








Loughgall, . 


Armagh, 


Armagh, 


7 


1706-1729, & 


1706-1729, A 


1706-1729, & 








1779-1S75. 


1779-1S45. 


1779-1875. 




Loughgilly, 


Armagh, 


Armagh, 


5 


1804-1875, . 


1804-1845, . 


1804-1875. 




LoUGHGEINN, . 

I.ough guile and 


Elphin, 


Roscommon, 


3 


1816-1877, . 


1820-1845, . 


1816-1876. 




Armov, . 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


2 


1S17-1877, . 


1818-1844, . 


1817-1874. 




Loughill, 


Limerick, 


Limerick, . 


2 


1S23-1870, . 


— 


1853-1880. 




I.oughin Island, 


Down, . 


Down, . 


4 


1760-1806, A; 


1760-1806, & 


1760-1806, & 










1821-1875. 


1821-1S45. 


1821-1875. 




Loughmoe, 


Cashel, 


Tipperary, . 


2 


1852-1877, . 


— 


1854-1877. 




(also see Templptuoh 


u) 


Galway, 












louglirea, . 
Louisburgh (Bunla- 


Clonfert, 


4 


1747-1875, . 


1747-1845, . 


1747-1875. 






HINCH), . 


Tuam, . 


Mayo, . 


4 


1821-1877, . 


1823-1863, . 


1820-1877. 




Louth, 


Armagh, 


Louth, 


4 


1750-1S75, . 


1750-1845, . 


1750-1875. 




Lowtherstowu or Irvine 


stown {see Der 


ryvollan Nort 


h). 










Lucas’, 


Glendalough, 


Dublin, 


2 


1824-1877, . 


1S25-1862, 


1824-1877. 




hidden or Luddenbeg , . 


Emkj {see 


Cdhcrconlish). 












Luliamore, . 


A ildare {see 


Kilmeague). 












Lurgan , 


Dromore {see 


Shankill ). 












Lurgan, 


Kilmore, 


Cavan, 


2 


1831-1875, . 


1331-1845, . 


1831-1875. 




Lurganboy C. E„ 


Kilmore (see 


Killasnett ). 












“Lusk 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


2 


1809-1875, . 


1809-1845, . 


1809-1875. 




htsmagh, . 


Clonfert (see 


Dononaughta 


). 










Lynsdly, 


Meath, 


King's, 


1 


1799-1876, . 


— 


1799-1876. 




{with Killoughy). 
Lynn, 


Meath (see 


Moylisker). 












Lyons, 


Kildare (see 


Kill). 












Mucetowu, . 


Meath, 


(No records). 












Ufacloneigh, . 


Cork (see 


Ballinadee an 


d Kil 


mickael). 








Macollop, . 


Lismore, 


Waterford, . 


2 


1852-1875, . 


— 


1853—1875. 




Macro ney, . 


Cloyne ( see 


Kilworth). 












MACROOV, . 

Maculey or Kir- 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


2 ■ 


1727-1878, . 


1736-1848, . 


1727-1878. 




CULIiIPTEES, («) 


Ossory, 


Kilkenny & 
















Waterford. 


4 


1817-1877, (a) 


1818-1863, . 


1817-1877. 




Magdalen Asylum, 














Belfast, . 

Magdalen Asylum. 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


1 


1855-1872, . 


_ 


— ... 




Leeson-street, 


Dublin, 

Derry, 


(No records). 












Maghera, (6) 


Derry, . 


4 


1785-1875,(6) 


1785-1845,(6) 


1785-1875.(6) 




Mnghera, 


Down, . 


Down, . 


3 


1827-1880, . 


1827-1844, . 


1827-1880. 




‘Magheraclooney, 


Clogher, 


Monaghan, . 


3 


1806-1875, . 


1S06-1843, . 


1806-1875. 




*Maglieracross, . 


Clogher, 


Fermanagh, 


3 


1800-1876, . 


1800-1839, . 


1800-1876. 




Magheraculmoney, . 


Clogher, 


Fermanagh, 


8 


1767-1875, . 


1767-1845, . 


1767-1875. 




MAGHEKADROIiE, 


Dromore, . 


Down, . 


2 


1816-1878, (c) 


1818. 


1870-1878. 




‘Magherafelt, 


Armagh, 


Londonderry 


6 


1718-1875, . 


1718-1845, . 


1718-1875. 




Maglieragall, 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


8 


1772-1875, . 


1772-1845, . 


1772-1875. 




Magherahaxnlet, 


Dromore, . 


Down, . 


2 


1816-1875, . 


1824-1845, . 


1827-1872. 




Magheralin, 


Dromore, 


Down, . 


9 


1692-1875, . 


1692-1845, . 


1692-1875. 




Magherai.ey, 


Dromore, . 


Down, . 


3 


1817-1879, . 


1827-1845, . 


1835-1838, <fc 
















1866-1879. 


' 


AFagheramesk , 


Connor (see 


Aghalee). 












Afagheross ( see Camel 


macross). 














Maglass, 


Ferns (see 


Killinick). 











(а) Also for Ratlipatriok, Baptisms only. 

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Table of Parochial Records. — continued. 



Parish, Church, or Chapel. 


Diocese. 


County. V 


ols. 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. 


Magoorney, . . 


lloyne, . 


3ork, . 


3 


757-1876, . 


756-1844, . 


L758-1876. 


Magmory, . 
Maguire’s Bridge, 


ashel (see 
Dlogher, 


Killenaule). 

Fermanagh, 


2 


840-1879, . 


840—1845, . 


1840-1879. 


( also see Aghalurche r 
Mahoonagh, . . ' 


/imerick, . 


No inventor y 














Diane). 






822-1863, . 


1820-1875. 


•Malahide, . 


Dublin, 


)ublin, 


4 


L822-1875, . 


Malin Church (see 


Dloncha). 












Mullardstoion, . 
•Mallow, 


Ossory (see 
Cloyne, 


Kells, Ossory). 
Cork, . 


3 


1780-1875, . 


780-1.845, . 


1780-1875. 


Manisternenagh, 


Limerick, . 


No inventor 


)• 








Manorcunningham (see 


Raymochy). 












•Manorhamilton or 
Cloonclare. 


Kilmore, 


Leitrim, 


12 


1816-1875, . 


1816-1845, . . 


1816-1875. 


(also see Killasnett). 
Mansfteldstown, 


Armagh, 


Louth, . 


1 


1824-1873, . 


1824-1845, . 


1824-1873. 


Mantilla , 


Tuam, (see 


Balia). 










Mapastoion, 


Armagh (see 


Charlestown) 




Vo church). 






Marhin, 

•Mariners’ Chapel, Bel- 


Ardfert, 


(No inventor 


1— 






1868-1875, . 


fast. 


Connor, 


Antrim, 








Mariners’ Chapel, 
Ringsend, 


Dublin, 


(No records). 










Kingstown, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


1 








Market Hill Town , 


Armagh (see 


| 

| 

1 










Marlinstoicn, 


Armagh (see 


Dunany). 
Cork, . 


2 


1809-1873, . 


1809-1845, . 


1809-1873. 


Marshalstown, . 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


2 


1831-1875, . 






Martry, . 


Meath (see 


Ardbraccan). 










Martry Churcfiyard(see 
•Maryborough, . 


Balrathboyne ) 
Leighlin, 


Queen’s, 


3 


1793-1876, . 


1793-18—, . 


1793-1875. 


Mattehy, 


Cloyne (see 


Inniscarra). 










Mautllanstown, . 


Ferns (see 


Wexford). 










II 

IS 


Armagh (see 
Meath, 


Termonfeckin 

"Westmeath, 


3 


1808-1877, ■ 


1809-1845, . 


1S08-1876. 


(also see Rathgraffe ) 
Maynooth or Lara 

BRYAN, . 

Mayo, 

•Mayo District, . 
Mealiffe, 


Glend&lough 
Tuam, . 
Leighlin, 
Cashel, 


Kildare, 
Mayo, . 
Queen’s, 
Tipperary, 


3 

1 

2 

2 


1774-1876, . 
1824-1870, . 
1830-1875, . 
1791-1875, . 


1792-1839, . 

1825- 1862, . 

1826- 1864, . 
1795-18—, . 


1792-1875. 

1824-1876. 

1828-1875. 

1830-1871. 


Meelick, 


Achonry (see 


Kttcondujf). 












Clovfert (see 


Dononaughta 


)• 








Meelnagh, . 


Ferns (see 


Kilmuclcridge) 




1858-1880, . 
1831-1877, . 






Meenglass, 

Mexgh, 


Derry, 

Armagh, 


Donegal, 

Armagh, 


1 


1832-1846, . 


1833-1877. 


Mellifont, . 
Mevagh, . 


Armagh, with 
Raphoe, 


TuUynllen,iDT 

Donegal, 


ioh 

2 


ee. 

1821-1876, . 


1820-1845, . 


1822-1876’. 


Mitchelstown Town, 


Cloyne (see 


Brigown). 










Mitohdstown, 
Middletown, . 
Midleton, . 


Meath (see 
'Armagh, 
Cloyne, 


Syddan). 
Armagh, 
Cork, . 


3 

4 


1804-1879, . 
1696-1870, . 


1804-1845, 

1696-1845, 


1812-1879. 

1696-1870. 


( also see Moyeesha 
Milford, . 


Raphoe, 


Donegal, 


2 


1855-1879, . 


- 


1869-1879. 


Millstreet (Drishane . 


i risk.) 












Milltown, . 
•Milltown, . 


Ardfert (se 
1 Armagh, 


Kilcolman). 

Armagh, 


6 


1840-1876, . 


1840-1848, 


1845-1875. 


Milltown, . 


| Dublin (se 


St. Philip). 










Miltownmalbay (Kilf 


r\boy Parish). 












Miltown Pass (see E 


i iscojfey ). 












Minard , 


Ardfert (se 


Kilflynn). 










Moate (see Clara anc 


Kilcleagh). 












Modes hill, . 
Modreent, 
Mogeely, . 


Cashel (se 
Killaloe, 

. Cloyne, 


Lismalin). 

. Tipperary, 
. Cork, . 


4 

5 


1811-1877, 

1760-1875, 


1811-1846, 

1760-1848, 


. 1811—1878. 

. 1760-1845. 


(also see Castlemarty 








1852-1875, 

1804-1875, 

1785-1875, 




j 


MOGEESHA, 
Mogorban, . 
Mohill, 


. Cloyne, 

. Cashel, 

. Ardagh, 


. Cork, . 

. Tipperary, 
. Leitrim, 


3 

* 4 


1804— 1845f 
1 1785-1845,- 


. 1804-1875. ! 

. 1786-1875. | 



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Table of Parochial Records — continued. 



Parish, Church, or Chapel. 


Diocese. 


County. 




Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. . 


"Moira, . . . | 


Dromore, . 


Down, . . | 


2 


1845-1871, . 




1S45-IS75. 






1 

| 


ribed 


as “ Church Re 


cords," 1758-1 


S44). 


MOIXAHIFFE, . . 


Ardfert, 


Kerry, . 


1 


1815-1878, . 


1842-1855, . 


1841-1869. 


3 Musk, Grange of, . 


Connor (see 


Carrickfergus 


• 








Motyneux Church 














(Albert Chapel, 














Peter-street), . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


(J& 


records before 


1870). 




♦Mona-’han, 


Clogher, 


Monaghan, . 


5 


1S02-1875, . 


1S02-1S55, . 


1802-1875. 


Mon, v 3i ous, 


Ferns, . 


Wexford, . 


2 


1800-1S77, 


1S02-1S77, . 


1800-1877. 


(also see Leskinfere.) 














Monaniiny, 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


1 


1812-1875, . 


1812- , . 


1812-1875. 


M ON' ART, . 


Ferns, . 


Wexford, . 


4 


1806-1876, . 


1807-1875, . 


1807-1876. 


Monasf-erboiee , 


Armagh (see 


Moylary). 










Mimasterevan, . 


Kildare, 


C see Hamsto 


wn). 








Monasteroris, 


Kildare, 


Kildare, 


6 


1G9S-1S75, . 


1698-1845, . 


1698-1875. 


Monegea, . 


Limerick (see 


Xewcastle). 










Moneilan, . 


Derry ( see Do 


noughmore). i 










Moneygall , . 


(see Templeha 


rry). 










Moneymore Toicn, 


(see Ardtrea, 


Ballyeglish, an 


d De 


sartlyn ). 






Monivea, . 


Tuam, . 


Galway, 


l 


1823-1870, . 


1S24-1S72 


1823-1876. 


Monksland, 


Lismore, 


Waterford, . 


1 


1836-1878, . 


1837-1875, . 


1.836-1 S78. 


♦Monkstown, 


Cork, . 


Cork, . 


3 


1842-1875, . 


1841-1845, . 


1S42-1S75. 


*Monk?town, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


11 


1676-1785, & 


1676-1785, & 


1676-1785, & 


(also see St. John's) 


■ 






1804-1875. 


1804-1845. 


1804-1875. 


Moumahen nock or Du n- 














manogue, 


Glendalough 


( see Castledei 


mot). 








Monsea, 


Ivillaloe, 


Tipperary, . 


3 


1S06-1S74, . 


1806-1845, . 


1806-18-1 


Mo am. 


Gh-ndalovgh 


(see limoliti). 










Moore and Drum, 


Clonfert, 


Galway, 


1 


1S20-1S75, . 


1830-1845, . 


1820-1875. 




(late Tuam). 












Moorechurch, 


Meath (see 


Julianstown). 










Moorgaga, . 


Tuam. (see 


Kilmainemore 










Morgans, . 


Limej'ick (see 


Lovghill). 










Morristownbiller, 


Kildare, 


Kildare, 


2 


1828-1875, . 





1837-1870. 


Mortlestoicn, 


Lismore ( see 


Outragh). 










Mostoicn, . 


Armagh (see 


Collon). 










•Mostrirn, . 


Ardagh, 


Longford, 


2 


1S01-1874, . 


1801-1843, . 


1801-1875. 


Mothel, 


Lismore, 


Waterford, . 


1 


1794-1875, . 


1794- , . 


1794-1875. 


Mother, . 


Ossorr, 


Kilkenny, . 


1 


1843-1878, . 


1843-1875, . 


1843-1878. 


Mount y, 


Cashel (see 


Lismalin). 










Mocnt Charles, . 


Raphoe, 


Donegal, 


1 


1860-1877, . 


— 


— 


Modntfield, . 


Derry, . 


Tyrone, 


2 


1835-1877, . 


1836-1845, . 


— 


•Mountmellick, . 


Kildare, 


Queen’s, 


3 


1840-1875, . 


1840-1856, . 


1840-1875. 


(also see Coolbanagher 


and Oregon). 












"Mountrath, 


Leigblin, 


Queen’s, 


4 


1749-1875, . 


1749-1845, . 


1749-1875. 


Mount Talbot Church (s 


ee Tessaragh). 












Mount Temple Church 


(Ballyloughloe 


Parish). 










11 0 ERNE AlSBEY, 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


1 


1807-1877, . 


1811-1845, . 


1S07-1S77. 


Moviddy, . 


Cork, . 


Cork, . 


1 


1813-1875, . 


1813-1845, . 


1813-1875. 


Moville Lover, 


Derry, . 


Donegal, 


2 


1812-1877, . 


1812-1S52, . 


1826-1875. 


Moville Upper, . 


Derry, . 


Derry, . 


1 


1814-1875, . 


1S14-1844, . 


1815-1875. 


Moy, .... 


Armagh, 


Tyrone, 


7 


1825-1880, . 


1826-1845, , 


1826-18S0. 


(also see Clonfeacle.) 














Moyanna, . 


Leighlin (see 


SlradbaUy). 










Moyarta, . 


Killaloe (see 


KiUeragh and 


Kih 


ush). 






Moybolgue (see Bailiebt 


rough). 












Moycull n, . 


Tuam (see 


Raltoon). 










Moydow, . 


Ardagh, 


Longford, . 


2 


1794-1875, . 


1794-1845, . 


1794-1875. 


Motglare, (a) , 


Meath, 


Meath, 


1 


1803-1815, (a) 


1800— & 












1805-1878, . 


1833-1837, 


1797-1879. 


Moygonner, 


Killala (see 


Crossmolina). 










Moygounagh, . 


Killala, 


Mayo, . 




1856-1876, . 








Moylagh, 


Meath ( see 


Loughcrew). 










Moylary, . „ 


Armagh, 


Louth, . 


1 


1819-1873, . 


1819-1843, . 


1820-1867. 


Moylisker, 


Meath, . 


Westmeath, 


2 


1792-1877, . 


1812-1846, . 


1792-1377 


*Moyloagh, ... 


Tuam, . 


Galway, 


3 


1821-1875, . 


1821-1845, . 


1821-1875. 


Moynalty, . . 


Meath, 


Meath, 


1 


1829-1875, . 


1829-1845, . 


1829-1875. 


Moyne, . , 


Cashel, . 


Tipperary, . 


1 


1815-1S74, . 


1 815-1860, . 


1815-1877. 


Moyne, ; 


Leighlin, 


Wicklow, . 


S 


1813-1878, . 


1815-1872, . 


1817-1877. 


Moynoe, 


Killaloe (see 


Inniscdltra). 











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Parish, Church, or Chapel. 


Diocese. 


County. 


Vols,. 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. 


*Movntnghs alias Ard- 














more. 


Dromore, . 


Armagh, 


4 


1822-1875, . 


1822-1845, . 


1822-1875. 


Mounts, 


'luam (see 


Omey or Clifd 


n). 








Moyrus, Beauchamp, 


Tuain, . 


Galway, 


2 


1856-1876, . 


— 


1858-1375. 


Moyrus, Round- 














STONE, . 


Tuam, . 


Galway, 


1 


1841-1876, . 


1844-1845, . 


1849-1876. 


Mwkalee, . 


Ossory (see 


Dunmore) . 










♦Muckamore, 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


2 


1847-1871, . 


— 


1847-1871. 


Mucknoe or Castle- 














blayney, . ... 


Clogher, 


Monaghan, . 


4 


1810-1874, . 


1810-1845, . 


1810-1870. 


Muckross, . 


Ardfert, 


(Ao records). 










Muckross, . 


Clogher, 


Fermanagh, 


1 


1868-1875. 


' — 


— 


Muff or Eglinton, . 


Derry, . 


Donegal, 


2 


1803-1876, . 


1804-1844, . 


1847-1875. 


MVilhuddart, 


Dublin. (A r o r 


ecords before 


1870, 


see Castleknock 






Mur.IiAGH, . 


Kilmore, 


Cavan, . 


1 


1826-1876, . 


1826-1844, 


1856-187-5. 


MULGAGHADUN, 


Clogher, 


Fermanagh, 


3 


1837-1877, . 


1837-1843, 


1837-1878. 


Muggaghbrack, 


Armagh, 


Armagh, 


10 


1737-1763, & 


1737-1763, & 


1737-1760, & 










1813-1875. 


1812-1845-. 


1813-1873. 


Muggaghfad, . 


Clogher, 


Fermanagh & 














Monaghan, 


2 


1836-1878, . 


1837-1847, . 


1850-1878.(a) 


Mnllaghglass (see Killea 


vey): 












•Mullavillv, . 


Armagh, 


Armagh, 


7 


1821-1S74, . 


1821-1845, . 


1821-1875. 


•Mullinacuff, 


Leighlin, 


Wicklow, . 


1 


1838-1875, . 


1841-1845, . 


1836-1875. 


Mullinahone (see Kilve 


mnon). 












Muggingar, 


Meath, . 


Westmeath, 


4 


1789-1877, . 


1791-1845, . 


1789-1877. 


♦Mulrankin, . 


Ferns, . 


Wexford, . 


2 


1786-1875, . 


1786-1845, . 


1786-1875. 


Multifarnham (for Bur 


ials , see Stoneh 


all-, also see T 


arjtvm 


on). 






Mungret, . 


Limerick, 


Limerick, 


(M 


arriages only Jr 


om 1845 -.—with 


St. Michael's, 


(also see St. Alary's ). 








Limerick). 






M U N terconn aught. 


Kilmore, 


Cay an, 


2 


1830-1877, . 


1836-1845, . 


1835-1875. 


Murhir 


Ardfert ( see 


Listowel). 










Murragh, . 


Cork, . 


Cork, . 


1 


1843-1877, . 


1843-1848, . 


1843-1877. 


Mur risk, 


Tuam (see 


Westport). 










Mijlerstown , 


Kildare (see 


Carbery and 


Cast 


lecarbery). 






Myross, 


Ross, . 


Cork, . 


1 


1824-1875, . 


1824-1845, . 


1824-1876. 


•Myshall, 


Leighlin, 


Carlow, 


3 


1814-1876, . 


1815-1855, . 


1816-1877. 




Kildare, 


Kildare, 


4 


1679-1870, . 


1679-1845, . 


1679-1870. 


Nantinan, 


Limerick, 


Limerick, . 


3 


1804-1877, . 


1804-1861, . 


1805-1876. 


Narraghmore, 


Glendalough, 


Kildare. 


4 


1721-1877, . 


1722-1862, . 


1721-1876. 


Nathlash, . 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


1 


1812-1875, . 


1812-1845, . 


1812-1875. 


.\aul 


Dublin ( with 


Hollywood). 










Navan, 


Meath, 


Meath, 


3 


1766-1879, . 


1766-1847, . 


1772-1879. 


A 'eale. The ( see Ballincl 


olla.) 












Neddans, 


Lismore (see 


Ardfinnan). 










Nenagh, . 


Killaloe, 


Tipperary, . 


7 


1740-1877, . 


1742-1845, 


1740-1877. 


Xewbawn, . 


Ferns (see 


Aclamstown). 










Newbliss, . 


Clogher, 


Monaghan, . 


2 


1841-1876, . 


— 


1841-1875. 


. Newbridge (see Great C 


onnettandMor 


ristownbiller). 










♦Newcastle, . . . 


Dromore, 


Down, . 


2 


1843-1875, . 


— 


— 


Newcastle (6), 


Glendalough, 


Wioklow, . 


7 


1698-1875, . 


1698-1845, . 


1707-1875. 




Limerick, 


Limerick, . 


5 


1709-1877, . 


1708-1848, . 


1709-1876. 


Newcastle, . 


Lismore (see 


Guilcagh and 


Tulla 


melan). 






Newcasile-Lyous, 


Dublin, 


Kildare, 


3 


1773-1875, . 


1773-1845, . 


1773-1875.. 


Xewchapeg, 


Cashel, 


Tipperary, . 


1 


1792-1877, . 


1812-1842, . 


1812-1877. 


Newmarket, 


Coi'k. . 


(Clonfert Par 


ish). 








Xewma rket-o n- Fergus 


see Kilnasoola 


ffh). 










Newport (see Burrishoc 


le). 












Newport. 


Cashel(seeSt 


John). 










Newquay, 


Kilfenora, 


Clare, . 


2 


1853-1875, . 


— 


1859-1875. 


New lloss (see St. Mary 














•Newr y(c), . . 


Dromore, 


Down, . 


15 


1822-1875, . 


1784-1845, . 


1824-1872. 


Newtown, 


Meath, . 


Meath, 


1 


1802-1876. . 


1802-1844, 


1802-1876. 


(also see Trim). 














Newtownards, . 


Down, . 


Down, . 


10 


1701-1736. & 


1701-1736, & 


1845-1876. 










1838-1875. 


1838-1845. 




Newtownbarrv, . 


Ferns, . 


Wexford, 


3 


71770-1876, . 


71779-18- . 


71779-1876. 


(also see Barragh, Le 


ghlin). 












Newtown Butler, 


Clogher (see 


aUoon). 






' 




Newtown Crom- 










1 




1 MEG IN, . 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


1 


1842-1873, . 


1S44-IS62, 


1843-1877. 



fa) Four entries relating to Marriages, 1868-9. (b) See note under Delgnny. 

' (o) Also see St. Patriot's, Newrr. 

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Piribh.Church.or Chapel. 


Diocese. 


County. -V 


ols. 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. 


Newtown Cunningham ( 


All Saints Pa r 
Meath, 


sh). 

Westmeath . 


3 


1811-1876, . 


812-1844, . 


1812-1876. 


Newtown Gore, 


Kilmore, 


Leitrim, 




1S47-1877, . 






Newtown Ha.mil- 


Armagh, 


Armagh, 


5 


1825-1877, . 


1825-1845, . 


1825-1875. 




Lismore, 


No records). 












r«37fi7r»w/M.«ii 


'castle). 










1 ffvWWWWffiW/vjfviff fra 1 






1833-1877, • 


1833-1846 . 


1835-1877. 


Newtown saville, . 


Clogher, 


Tyrone, 


3 




Ardstraw). 








1805-1844, . 


1803-1869. 




Meath, 


Meath, 


2 


1800-1868, . 




Ardfert (see 


Ballymacellig 


tt). 




1785-1845, . 


1784-1879. 


♦Nohaval, 


Cork, . 


Cork, . 


3 


1785-1879, . 


(aho see St. Peter's). 
Nohavaldaly 


Ardfert (see 


Drishane and 


Safas 


S). 






North Strand Church, 


Dublin, 


(No records). 












Meath (see 


Forgney). 






1827-1845, . 


1827-1867. 


Nuniey, 


Kildare, 


Kildare, 


1 


1827-1867, . 




d Castlecarber 


!/)• 






1821-1872, . 


1820-1877. 


Nobnet, . 


Leighlin, 


Carlow, 


4 


1820-1878, . 




Ardfert, 


(No inventor 


7)- 




1830-1842,. 


1833-1877. 




KUlaloe, . 


Clare, . 


3 


1830-1875, . 




Ossory, 


Kilkenny, . 


1 


1825-1878, . 


1827-1869, . 


1824-1869. 




Ossorv, 


Queen’s, 


5? 


1807-1875, . 


1807-1844, . 






Killaloe, 


(No records ; 


see 


Quin and Tull 


oh). 


1836-1875. 


Ogonnilloe, 


Killaloe, 


Clare, . 


3 


1807-1865, . 


1807-1856, . 




Elphm, (see 


Elphin). 






1814-1845, . 


1814-1875. 




Meath, 


Meath, 


2 


1814-1875, . 


Old Connaught, . 


Dublin (see 


Bray). 


ler). 










Kildare (see 


Morristownbi 








Old Leighlin, . (a) 


Leighlin, 


Carlow, 


2(a) 


1781-1804, (a) 


1838-1878, . 


1837-1879. 






1837-1879. 








Ferns, . 


Wexford, . 


2 


1801-1875, . 


1801-1873, . 


1801-1876. 


(also see St. Mary 


New Ross). 














Derry (see 


Drumragh and 


Eden 


derry). 


1838-1844, . 


1839-1876. 




Armagh, 


Louth, 

Galway, 


3 


1838-1875, . 


*Omey or Clifden, 


Tu am, . 


2 


1831-1875, . 


1831-1844, . 


1832-1876. 


O’Mullud Union . 


Killaloe, 


(See respective 


Paris 


lies of the Union 


)• 




Oola (see Vlloe). 


Elphiu, 


Roscommon, 


3 


1833-1880, . 


1832-1880, . 


1868-1880. 


Oranmore, . 

Oregan (ROSEN'AL 


Tuam, (see 


Ballinacourty 


and 5 


f. Nicholas, Gal 


way). 


1801-1877. 




Kildare, 


Queen’s, 


3 


1801-1877, . 


1801-1871, • 


Oughaval or Aughava 
Oughterard, 


(see Westport) 
Tuam (see 


Kilcummin). 










Oughterleague , . 


Casliel (see 


Ballintemple). 










Oughtmama or Avghti 


ama (see Neu 


quay.) 








isms or Burials). 


Outeragh, . 


Lismore, 


(With Cahir. 


Mar 


riages fron 186 


3 only. No Bap 


•Outragh, . 


Kilmore, 


Leitrim, 


2 


1833-1875, . 


1833-1843, . 


1833-1875. 


Oroca ( see Castlemaca 


am). 










1752-1875. 


* Owen duff, . 


Ferns, . 


Wexford, . 


4 


1752-1875, . 


1752-1845, . 


"Painestown and S 












1883-1871. 


Anne’s, . 


Leighlin, 


Carlow, 


3 


1838-1874, . 


1833-1845, . 


(also see Cloydagh 










1690-1876. 


Painestown, 


Meath, 


Meath, 


2 


1690-1876, . 


1690- 


Palmerstotcn, 


Dublin (see 


Clonmethan). 










Parsonstown, 
Parsonstovm (see Birr 


Armagh (see 


Dunany). 










Particles, . 


Limerick, 


Limerick, 


1 


1841-1875, . 


— 


— 


(for earlier entri 


see vol I. oj 


Kilflyn). 








Pass of Kilbride, 


Meath (se 


Ennis coffey). 










Passage East (see Kill 


£> 1. Nicholas). 












Passage West ( see Ma 


rmullane and 


If 07iIcstown). 










1’eppardstoum, . 


Cashel (se 


Fethard). 










Pettigo (see Drumkeer 


a n and Tempi 


cam , Clogher ) 










Philipsiown, 


Armagh (se 


Charlestown 


• 








Philipstown, 


Kildare (se 


Killaderry). 


' 








Philipstoicn Nugent ( 


e e Barronstou 


*). 


I 




/ 





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Table of Parochial Records -^continued. 



Parish, Church, or Chapel. 



Philipstown Roche, 
Piercetown , . 

Pilltoitm , 

Flehastown, . 
Pollardstown, 

Polroane, . 

Pome rot, . . 

(i also see Altedesert] 
Port, . 

Portadown, 

Portaferry (see Ardgui^ 
Portarlington ( see St. 
Portclare, . 
PORTGIiENONE, . 
Portlaw, 

PORTLOMAN, 

PORTMARNOCK, 

Portnascully, 
Portneshangan, . 
PoHrahan, . . . . 

Portrush ( see Ballywill] 
Portstewart ( Agherton 
Portumna ( see LickmoV 
|*Powerscourt, 

PoWERSTOWN, ■ 
Powerstown or Kilgrant, 
Preban, 

Primult or BALLY- 
BUR BEY, . 

Prior (see Dromod). 



Armagh ( see 
Meath (see 
Lismore (see 
Ossorg, ( see 
Kildare (see 
Ossory, 
Armagh, 
Parish). 
Armagh (see 
Armagh, 
n, and Pal __ 
Michael's and 
Clogher (see 
Connor, 
Lismore (see 
Meath, 
Dublin, 
Ossory (see 
Meath (see 
Dublin (see 
an.) 

Parish), 
assy). 



Queenstown , 
*Q,uin, . 
Quivy, 



Leighlin, 



Kildare, 



Killaloe, 

Kilmore, 



Rackwallace (see Mona\ghan) : 
Raddanstown, . I 
Rahan, 

Rahan, 

Rahara, 

*Raheny, 

RahiU, 

Rahoon, 

Rahugh, 

Railstown, ■ 

Raloo, . . • • 

(also see Carrickferg\ 

Ramoan, . 

Randalstown (Drumma\ 
Raphoe, 

Rash arkes, 

Rashee, 

Rataine , 

Ratass, 

Rath, . 

Rath an gan, 

Ratiiaspeck, 

llathaspick , . 

“Rathaspick, 

Rathbarry, 

Rathbeagh , . 

Rathbeggan, 

(also'see Ballymagla] 

Rathboubney, 

Ratliboyne , . 

Rathcahill orMonagay , 
Rathcavan, . 

Rathcuarin, . 



Meath, 
Cloyne, 
Meath, . 
Elphin (Si 
Dublin, 
Leighlin (si 
Tuam, . 
Meath (Si 
Cashd (s 
Connor, 
us). 

Connor, 
id Parish). 
Raphoe, 
Connor, 
Connor (s 
Meath (s 
Ardfert, 
Killaloe (s 
Kildare, 
Leighlin, 
Ardagh (sa 
Ferns, . 
Ross, . 
Ossory (i 
Meath, 
|sson). 
Kilfenora, 



Cork, 



County. 


9 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. 


Barronstown 

Almoi'itiaand 

Kinsalebeg). 

Innistiogue). 


Kilm 


on). 






Thomastown) 


orlh 


oming). 




1789-1876. 


Tyrone, 


3 


1789-1876, . 


1786-1845, . 


Ratlidrumin). 

Armagh, 


6 


1826-1876, . 


1827-1845, . 


— 


nip). 

St. Paul's) 










St. Mary). 
Antrim, 


3 


1805-1873, . 


1810-1845, . 


1805-1871. 


Clonegam). 


S 


1825-1877, . 


1830-1845, . 


1838-1876. 


Dublin, 

Polroane). 

Portloman). 

Donahate). 


3 


1820-1879, . 


1823-1848, . 


1820-1878. 


,| Wicklow, . 


6 


1677-1728, & 


1662-1726, <& 


1663-1723, <te 




1740-1875. 


1740-1853. 


1740-1875. 




1 


1807-1870, . 


1828-1839, . 


1818-1871. 


Kiltaloan). 
Wicklow, . 


1 


1827-1878, • . 


1829-1872, . 


1828-1878. 


King’s, 


1 


1849-1875, . 


— 


1847-1875. 


Clonmel !). 


1 


1801-1874, . 


1834-1856, . 


1822-1872. 


Cavan, 


1 


1854-1875, . 








1 


1790-1877, . 


1815-1834, . 


1806-1877. 




1 


1773-1870, . 


1776-1869, . 




King's, 


3 


1833-1875, . 


1833-1875, . 


1833-1875. 


KUlenvoy). 

Dublin, 


2 


1S15-1B75, . 


1815-1845, . 


1815-1875. 


Rathvilly). 

Galway, 


1 


1864-1872, . 


— 


— 


Kewtown, Fer 


tulla 


gh). 






e Fethard). 
. Antrim, 


1 


1842-1875, . 


1842-1875, . 


1842-1875. 


. Antrim, 


3 


1805-1879, . 


1818-1845, . 


1829-1879/ 


Donegal, 
. Antrim, 


3 

2 


1831-1875, . 
1845-1871, . 


1831-1845, . 


1831-1875. 

1845-1877. 


s Ballyeaston). 
e Ardbraccan). 








1850-1862. 


. Kerry, 


1 


1850-1869, . 


— 


e Killinaboy). 


3 


1806-1879, . 


1 1807-1S68, . 


| 1806-1879. 


. Queen's, 


3 


1828-1873, . 


1830-1839, 




R ussagli). 


3 


1844-1875, . 


1844-1866, 


1 1844-1875. 


. Cork, . 


1 


1825-1876, 


1832-1844, 


| 1824-1875. 


>e Aghour). 
. Meath, . 


1 


1821-1844, 


1837-1839, 


1836-1841. 


. Clare, . 

Ba Irathboyne). 


2 


1851-1877, 




1853-1877. 


ee Newcastle). 










ee Skerry). 
. Cork, . 




1780-1875, 


1780-1849, 


. 1784-1797, & 








1729-1877. 



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Table of Parochial Records — continued, 



Parish, Church, or Chapel. 


Diocese. 


County. 


Vols. 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials 

i 




Ardagh, . | 


Longford, . 


2 


1846-1875, . 


— 


1847-1S75. j 






Westmeath, 


2 


1798-1875, . 








Heath, 


Westmeath, 


1 


1314-1874, . 


1813-1867, . 






Cashel {see 


Fethard). 












Ossory, 


(Xu Church: i 


jroba 1 


tig no records). 






Rathcoole & Tassagard, 


Dublin 


Dublin, 


3 


1720-1876, . 












urtlj 














*oi%. 










Cork, . 


Cork, . 


3 


1749-1875, . 


1749-1845, . 


1749-1S74. 






Meatli, . 


2 


1810-1875, . 


1810-1845, . 




Ratheormack, 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


2 


1804-1875, . 


1S04-1845, . 




Hafhcorr, C.E. ( Carling j 


ford Parish,). 














Cork (see 


Ballinadcf . ). 












Ossory, 


Queen’s, 


4 


1750-1875, . 


1756-1845, . 






Gleudalough, 


Wicklow, 


G 


1706-1875, . 






Rathdrumin, 


Armagh, 


(Xo Records 


forth 


coming). 






Hat folly. 


Cashel (see 


Thurles ). 












Kildare {see 


Kilmeagne). 










Kathfarnham, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


2 


1780-1876, . 






Rathfvyh, . 


Meath (see 


Skryne) 










llathfriland (see Drum 


ballyroney an 


d Drumgath). 










llathgor. 


Dublin (see Z't 


on Church). 










Hath (farce, . 


Meath (see 


Rathgraffe). i 










Rathgoggin , 


Cloyne (see 


Bailyhay). 










Rathgormack, 


Lisrnore ( see 


Mothel). 










Rath grade or Castle- 


Meatli, . 


Westmeath,. 


2 


1S63-1S75, . 


— 




pollard. 




(older records 


dcstr, 


oiied bn lire in 


1S62). 




Rathjorilcin , 


E'mly (see 


Ballybrood). 












Limerick, ! 


Limerick, . ; 


4 


1746-17S0, & , 














1S04-1875. 


1804-1845. i 


1804-1875. 




Jleath, . j 


Meath, 


1 


1821-1S70, . 


1826-1865, . I 


... — 


RATHKIEJIAJjCHUECn 


Ossory, . 1 


Kilkenny, . 


1 


1830-1833, . 


1830-1847, . ' 


1832-1802. 


{For !C!iS — 1723 see 


Fiddoicn). 












Rathlin, . 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


2 


1845-1877, . 


— 


1345-1877- 


Rathlogan, . , - 


Ossory, 


(Xo Church). 










Rathlyrdn, , 


Cashel (see 


Ballintemple). 










Rathmacnee, 


Ferns, . 


Wexford, . 


3? 


1801-1875, . 


1807-1875, . 


1S13-1S75. 


Rnthmelton (see Tullya 


ughnish). 












Rathmicliael, . . ; 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


2 


1864-1878, . 


— 


1804-1878. 


(also see Bray), 














Ratkmichael, 


Elphin (see h 


oyle). 










Rathmines, . 


Dublin (see E 


oly Trinity). 










lJATHMOLYON, . 


Meath, 


Meatb, 


3 


1733-1877, . 


1734-1856, . 


1734-1877. 


Rathmobk, 


Glendalough, 


Kildare, 


1 


1782, 1792 & 


1819-1857, . 


1825-16:9. 










1820-1880. 






Ratkmore , . 


Leighlin (see 


Rathvilly). 










Ilathmore , , 


Meuth ( see 


Athy). 










Ratkmvjlan, 


Waterford 


(see Killed). 










RaTHMULIiAN, . 


Down, . 


Down, . 


1 


1816-1870, . 


1823-1839 <fc 


1825-1828, 


{also see Kilclief, 


Baptisms only] 








1863, one 


1848, — - & 












without date. 


1869-1878. 


Ratlmeic, . 


Glendalough 


(see Wicklow) 










Rathpatrick ( see Maculi 


y. Baptisms or 


> hi). 










Ratkrea, . 


Killala (see 


Jhdlysakerry) 




*V 






Itathreagh, . 


Ardoyh (see 


Kilglass). 










Ratliregan , . 


Meath ( see 


Dur,shaughlh 


>). 








Rathvoe, 


Fwns (see 


Killesk), 










ItATHROXAN, 


Lismore, 


Tipperary, . 


2 


1822-1876, . 


1822-1846, . 


1822-1877. 


Ratiirosan and 














Ardagh, 


Limerick, . 


Limerick, . 


1 


1720-1877, . 


1722-1872, . 


1722-1877. 


Rathsallagh, 


Glendalough 


(see Dunlav b 


»). 








Rathsaran, . 


Ossory, 


Queen’s, 


3 


1810-1875, . 


1810-1375, . 


1810-1875. 


Rathtoole, . 


Dublin (see 


Timolin). 










Rathvilly, . 


Leighlin, . 


Wicklow, . 


1 


1826-1875, . 


1826-1845, . 


1826-1875- 


Ratoath, 


Meath, . 


Meath, . 


3 


1700-1875, . 


1700-1846, . 


1700-1875. 


Rattoo, 


Ardfert, 


Kerry, . 


2 


1868-1875, . 


.... — : 


1870-1875. 


{also see KUlury). 














RAYMOCHY, 


Raphoe, 


Donegal, 


2 


1B23-1844, . 


1824-1844, . 


1825-1877. 


ItAYiUJNTERDONET, . 


Raphoe, 


Donegal, 


3 


1807-1877, . 


1808-1845, . 


1818-1877. 



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Table of Parochial Records — cmtmued. 



Pariah, Church, or Chapel. Diocese. 



Redcross, 

Reisk, .... 
Relickmurry, 

Renvyle, 

Rerymere ( see Or eg an), 
♦Reynagh, . 
Richardstown , 
Rich-hill, Kilmore 
Parish, . 

Rincurran, . 
Ringagonagh, . 
Rinurone and Kil- 

ROAN, - 

Ringsend, . . • 

Riverstown (see Taunag \ 
Roleen , 

Robertstown (seeNewto\ 
Rochestown, 
Rochestown, 

Rochfort Bridge (see Ca\ 
Rockcorby, 

Rooslqr Church (Tar mon\ 
Rosbercon, . 
Roscommon and Kil- 
bride. . 

Roscomroe , 

Rosconnell, 

Roscrea, 



Glendalougli 
Waterford, . 
Cashel, 
Tuam, . 

Meath, . 
Armagh (see 

Armagh, 
Cork, . 
Lismore, 

Cork, 



County. 



Wicklow, . 

(A'o Church , 
Tipperary, . 

Galway, 

King’s, . 
Stabannon ). 

Armagh, 
Cork, . 
Waterford, , 

Cork, 



Dublin , (see S t. Matthew). 

I h). 

Tuam . (see | 
urn). 

Emly . 

Lismore (see, 

(stfeZosf)- 
Clogher, 

\barry Parish). 

Ossory, 



Elphin, 
Killaloe ( see 
Ossory (see 
Killaloe, . 



Rosenallis (Oregan 
Roskeen, 

Roskelton, . 
Rosminogue, 

Ross, 

Ross Cathedral, . 
Rossdroit, 

Rosses, 

Rossinan, . 
Rossinver, 

Rosslare , 

Rosslee, 

Rossmire, . 
ROSSNOWLAGB, . 
.♦Rossory, . . • 

Rosstrevor (see Kilbron\ 
Rostellan, . . 

Rotundo Chapel, 

Rounclstone, 

Rower, The, 

Royal Hibernian Mili- 
tary School, . 
Royal Hospital, Kil- 
-mainl’.am. 

Rush (see Kenure). 
Rushbrook, . 

RUSSAGH, . 

Rutland Church (see 



Union 1. 
Cloyne (see 
Leighlin, . 
.Ferns (see 
Tuam, . 



(see 



Ferns, 

Elphin, 

Ossory 
Kilmore, 
Ferns' ( see 
Tuam (see 
Lismore, 
Raphoe, 
Clogher, 

leg)- 

Cloyne, 
Dublin, 
(Register of 
Tuam (seeMo\ 
Ossory, 

Dublin, 



KUcommon). 

(No inventory 
Ardfinnan). 

Monaghan, . 

Kilkenny, . 

Roscommon, 
Kinnitty). 
Attanagh). 
King’s, 
Queen’s & 
Tipperary. 

Clonmeen). 

Queen’s, 

'Joombe). 

Galway, 

Cork, . 

Wexford, . 

Sligo, . 

Kilbeacon). 

Leitrim, 

Tacumshane) 

BaUa). 

Waterford, . 

Donegal, 

Fermanagh, 



Cloyne (see C ( 
Ardagli, 
Urglin). 



(No inventory] 
Dublin, 
{Births dating 
\yrus). 

Kilkenny, . 
(Records in 
Dublin, 



hrist Church). 
Westmeath,. 



St. Andrew, 

St. Andrew, Belfast, . 
St. Andrew, Belturbet, 
St. Anna, . . • 

(also see Ballynahag\ 
St. Anne, . 

St. Anne, . 

St. Anne, Ballyna- 
, screen, . 

St. Anne, Belfast, 



Dublin, 
Connor, 
Kilmore, 
Ardfert, 

IfisA). 

Dublin, 
Leighlin (see 

Derry, . 
Connor, 



Dublin, 
Antrim, 
Cavan, . 
Kerry, . 

Dublin, 

Jamestown). 

Londonderry, 
Antrim. 



Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. 


1830—1878, . 


1830-1860, . 


1830-1878. 


otestant inhabit 
1804-1875, . 


ants). 

1804-1845, . 


1804-1875. 


1S05-1878, . 


— 


— 


1807-1876, . 


1807-1844, . 


1807-1876. 


1837-1877, . 


1838-1845, . 


_ 




1793-1845, . 


1S27— 1875. 


1853-1875, . 


1830-1835, . 


1864-1875. 


1698-1877, . 


1746-1844, . 


1698-1875. 


1855-1879, . 




1856-1879. 


1733-1875, . 


1733-1875, . 


1733-1875. 


1722-1877, . 


1760-1846, . 


1760-1876. 


1784-1875, . 


1784-1845, . 


1784-1875. 


1826-1875, . 


1826-1645, . 


1826-1875. 


1845-1878, . 


_ 


1845-1873. 


1690-1879, . 


1690-1845, . 


1690-1878. 


1828-1878, . 


1832-1872, . 


1828-1876. 


1SG8-1879, . 


— 


— 


1827-1876, . 


1823-1845, . 


1836-1876. 




1803-1849, . 


1834-1875. 




1831-1844, . 


1845-1861. 


1799-1875, . 


1799-1846, . 


1799-1875. 


1860-1870, . 





_ 


to 1745 in oust 


ody of Registra 


r). 


1782-1875, . 


1826-1845, . 


1826-1875. 


dy of Secretary 
1826-1879, . 


). 


1849-1879. 


1816-1878, . 


1817-1844, . 


1816-1675. 


1670-1877, . 


1672-1864, . 


1671-1858. 


1868-1S79, . 


— 


— 




— 


1869-1878. 


181S-1875, . 


181S-1S45, . 


1818-1875. 


1719-1869, 


1719-1858, 


1719-1876. 


1843-1876, 


_ 


1851—1877. 


1745-1871, 


1745-1845, 


1745-1865. 



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APPENDIX TO THIRTEENTH REPORT OF THE DEPUTY 
Table o£ Parochial Records — continued. 



Pariah Church, or Chapel. | 


DioceHe. 


County. 


fols. 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burial*. 


St. Anne, C.E., . . 

St. Anne, Shnndon, . 


Derry (see 
?ork, . 
Dublin, 


Meenglass). 
Cork, . 
Dublin, 


16 

4 


1772-1875, . 
1G73-1S75, . 


1772-1845, . 
1673-1845, . 


1772-1875. 

1673-1875. 


St. Augustine, Derry , . 


Jerry (see 


Derry, C.E.) 


)• 










)ublin. 


No inventor 


1868-1875, . 
1846-1875, . 






St. Bartholomew, 
St. Brendon’a, . 


Dublin, 
Cork, . 


Dublin, 
Cork, . 


1 

2 


- 


1846-1877. 


(with Kilmoe). 
St. Bridget, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


13 


1633-1875, . 


1633-1845, . 


1633-1859. 


St. Bridget, . 


Ferns (see 
Ossory, 


IT ■ exford). 
Kilkenny, . 


5 


1789-1878, . 


1789-1869, . 


1789-1678. 


St. Catherine, 

St Catherine, . 
St. Douiough’a, . 


Cork (see 

Dublin, 

Dublin, 

Cork, 


St. Mary, Sha 

Dublin, 

Dublin, 

Cork, . 


9 

2 

1 


1679-1875, . 
1820-1875, . 
1865-1875. . 


1679-1845, . 

1820-1848, . 


1679-1875. 
1S2 1-1875. 


St. Feighan, 

St. Finn Bark, . 


Meath ( see 
Cork, . 


Rathgraffe). 
Cork, . 


4 


1753-1881, . 


1752-1845, . 


1753-1881, 


(also see Frankfield, 
•St. George, . 


a district in th 

Dublin, 

Dublin, 


is Parish). 
Dublin, 
Dublin, 


17 
3 I 


1794-1876, . 
1750-1880, . 


1794-1345, . 
1758-1877, . 


1817-1870. 

1801-1880- 


St. George, Belfast, . 
St. Iberius, Wexford,. 
St. James, . 


Connor, 

Ferns (No sep 
Dublin, 


Antrim, 
orate records e 
Dublin, 


4 

xcept 

11 


of Marriages 
1742-1878, . 


under 7 & 8 
1742-1844, . 


Tic., cap. 81.) 

1742-1872. 




Ferns (see 


Killesk). 












Connor (No r ecords prior to 


1870). 


of Marriages 
1619-1876, • 


under 7 <£• 8 
1619-1845, . 


Tic., cap 81 ). 
1619-1 800. 


St. James, Hillsborough, 
St. John, . 


Down (No sep 
Dublin, 


arate records 
Dublin, 


xcept 

6 




Elphin (see 


Kil /envoy) 


iscort 


hy). 








Ferns ( see 


St. Mary, Enn 








Ferns ( see 


Wexford). 












Clendalough 


seeAthy). 




1697-1876, . 


1697-1845, . 






Limerick, . 


Limerick, . 


9 






Waterford (see 


St. Patrick). 






1668-1845, . 


1668-1876. 


St. John, Baptist, 


Cashel, 


Tipperary, . 


4 


1G 68-187 6, . 


St. John, Belfast, 

St. John (Cloverldll 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


3 


1860-1876, . 




1861-187G. 






Cavan, . 


2 


— 


St. John, Kilkenny, . 


Ossory, 


Kilkenny, . 


3 


1809-1875, . 






St. John, Ktlwarlin, 














near Hillsborough, 


Down, 


Down, . 


2 




1842-1844, . 






Connor, 


Antrim, 


2 


1839-1875, . 






Dublin, 


Dublin, 


1 


1860-1875, . 


1782-1845, . 


— 


St. John, Newport, . 


Cashel, 


Tipperary, . 


2 


1782-1875, . 


1 t 82— 187 5. 


St. John, Sandymount, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


1 




— 




St. John, Sligo, . 


Elphin, 


Sligo, . 


4 


1802-1875, . 






St. Johnstown, . 


Cashel (see 


Killenaule). 










St. Jude, . 


Down (see Be 


llynafeigh). 




1857-1876, . 








Dublin, 


Dublin, 


1 


— 


1867-1875. 


St. Kevin, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


1 


— 


— 


(also see St. Peter). 
St. Kieran (see Lougha 
St. Kilt (see Shankill). 


n). 










1866-1875. 


St. happen. Cork, 


Cork, . 


Cork, . 


2 




— 


St. Laurence, 


Limerick, 


Limerick, 


i 


1863-1875, . 


— 


— 


•St. Luke, 


Cork, . 


Cork, . 


6 


1837-1875, . 




— 


St. Luke, Belfast , 


Connor (see 


Falls, Lower 










St. Luke, Dublin, 


Dublin (see 


St. Nicholas 


Wit) 


tout.) 






St. Margaret, 


Dublin (see 


Finglas). 












Ferns (see 


Ardcolme an 


Taci 


mshane). 




1730 1875. 


St Mark, . 


Dublin, 

Clogber, 


Dublin, 


9 


1730-1874, 


1730-1860, . 


St. Mark, Augher, 


Monaghan, 


1 


1866-1877, 


— 


— 


St. Mark, Belfast, 

St. Mark, Free Church 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


2 


1856-1875, 






Drogheda, 


Armagh, 


(No records) 






1699-1845, . 


1698-4865. 


St. Mary, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


25 


1699-1873, 


St. Mary, C.E., . 


Dublin (ent 


ri es in St. Mar 


y’sB 


oks). 






St. Mary, . 


Ferns (sei 


Wexford). 






1726-1845, 


1726-1376. 


St. Mary, . 


Limerick, 


Limerick, 


■ 9 


1726-1875, 


St. Mary , . 


Meath (se 


Rathgraffe). 






1 





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parish. Church, or Chapel. 

St. Mary, Athlone, 

•St. Mary, Belfast, 

•St. Mary, Clonmel, 

St. Mary, Donnybrook 
•St. Mary, Drogheda, 

'•St. Mary, Enniscorthy 
St. Mart, New Ross 
St. Mary, Newry (.see 
St. Mary, Portclare, 

St. Mary, Shandon, 

St. Mart <te St. Pat 
rick, Kilkenny, 

St. Matthew, Lisbur 
St. Matthew, Ringsen 
St. Matthew, Shan 
kill, Belfast, 

•St. Matthias, 

St. Michael, 

St. Michael, . 

St. Michael, 

St. Michael, 

•St. Michael, 

St. Michael, C.E., 

St. Michael, 

St. Michael, Blackrock, 

St. Michael of Feagh, . 

St. Michael, Portar- 
lington, . 

St. Michael, Trory, 

•St. Michan, 

St. Mullin’s, 

St. Munchin, 

St. Nicholas, 

St. Nicholas, . ■ 

St. Nicholas, 

St. Nicholas, 

■ St. Nicholas, 

St. Nicholas Chantry, 

St. Nicholas 'Within, . 

( also see St. Audoen). 
St. Nicholas Without, 

•St. Olave, . * • 

1 (with Trinity Church , 
St. Patrick , 

St Patrick's, Ardragh, 

St. Patrick's Cathedral, 
St. Patrick’s, Kilkenny. 
St. Patrick & Kil- 
qoane, • • 

St. Patrick’s, Newry, . 

I St. Patrick’s, Water- 
ford, 

St. Paul, Belfast, 

St. Paul, . 

St. Paul, . 

St. Paul, Glenageary, 
•St. Paul’s, French . 
Church, Portarlington 
St. Peter, . 

St. Peter, . • 

St. Peter, Drogheda, , 
(One Register, 1747 
St. Peter, Cork, 

St. Peter, . 

(also see St. Kevin 




• 1772 , being al ready in the P 
Cork, : . Cork, . 

Dublin, . Dublin, 

for Burials). 



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Parish, Church, or Chapel. 


Diocese. 


County. 


Tola. 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. 


j St. Peter, Athlone, . 


Elphin, 


Roscommon, 


s 


1803-1873, . 


1803-1845, . 


1825-1872. 


St. Philip; Drew Me- 














mortal, Belfast, 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


- 


(No records b 


efore 1S72). 




:*St. Philip, Milltown, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


1 


1S44-187C, . 


— 


— 


| 'St. Saviour, Portadown, 


Armagh, 


Armagh, 


a 


1858-1372, . 


— 


1862-1876. 


i St Sehsker , . 


Ferns, . 


Wexford, (see 


Wexf 


ord). 






St. Stephen, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


* 


1826-1S75, . 


— 


— 


St. Stephen , 


Waterjord (se 


S't. Patrick). 










St. Stephen, Belfast, . 


Connor, 


(bo records be 


fore 


1S69-70), 






"St. Thomas, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


8 


1750-1875, . 


1750-1845, . 


1750-1875. 


St. Thomas, Belfast, . 


Connor, 


(JVo records be 


fore 


1870). 






St. Tulto'jue , 


Ferns (see 


Wexford). 










,*St. Werburgh, , 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


6 


1704-1875, . 


1704-1843, . 


1704-1876. 


i'Saintfield, . . . 


Down, . 


Down, . 


5 


1724-1757, &. 


1724-1750, & 


1798-1878. 










1798-1878. 


1798-1845. 




Sallaghy, . 


Clogher, 


Fermanagh, . 


2 


1841-1876, . 


1841-1845, . 


1841-1879. 


Salterstown, 


Armagh (see 


Dunany). 










wSandford, . 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


2 


1326-1880, . 


— 


— 


Sandymount, 


Dublin (see 


St. John). 










* San try, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


2 


1753-1375, . 


1753-1845, . 


1753-1875. 


Sadl, .... 


Down, . 


Down, 


5 


1817-1875, . 


1806-1945, . 


1S21-1S76. 


Scarrif (see Tomgrane 


y)- 












Scarvagh, (a) . 


Dromore, 


Down, 


4 


1850-1876, . 


— 


1851-1877.(0) 


Scarcagheran Burial G 


round (see Dn 


mdarnyh). 










: Sere -w, 


Ferns (see 


Ardcolme). 










: Scurlogstoicn , 


Meath (see 


Trim). 










•Seagoe, 


Dromore, 


Down, . 


S 


1683-1730, & 


1683-1730, & 


1683-1730, & 










1753-1865. 


1753-1845. 


1753-1875. 


j Seapa trick, . 


Dromore, . 


Down, . 


7 


1S02-1S70, . 


1802-1845, . 


1S35-1S7G. 


i Seibkieran, 


Ossory, 


King’s, 


3 


1740-1744, 


1740-1741, 


1773-1805 & 


i 








1773-1805, & 


1776-1805, <fc 


3814-1876. 


i 








1814-1876. 


1816-1850. 




! Sellers a, . 


Tuam, . 


Galway, 


2 


1856-1874, . 





1857-1873. 


! SlIAXAGOLDEN, . 


Limerick, . 


Limerick, . 


3 


1803-1877, . 


1797-1843, . 


1804-1879. 


I Shanbough , . . 


Ossory (see 


Bosbercon). 










« Shanco (see Emgle). 














! Shancoe, 


Elphin (see 


Kilmactranny 


). 








i S/umdcn, . 


Cork (see St. 


Anne and St. 


Mary 


)• 






i SiiANDBUar, 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


2 


1831-1840, . 


— 


1833-1850. 


j Shanldll, 


Elphin (see 


Cree re). 










| Shnnlill, Belfast (see St 


Matthew). 












! Shank ill, . 


Dromore, 


Down, . 


7 


1681-1871, . 


1676-1845, . 


1675-1875. 


; Shan Kin, or St. Kill 














& Kilmocahill, . 


Leighlin, 


Kilkenny, . 


1 


1817-1877, 


1818-1845, . 


1818-1875, 


,- S/und is, 


Armagh (see 


Ardee). 










1 Shannon Bridge, ( see 


Clonmacnoise) 












: S hash ah ax and 














j Temp letenn y, 


Liamore, 


Tipperary, . 


5 


1785-1877, . 


1785-1S50, . 


.1787-1877. 


Shemtck, . 


Kilmore, 


Cavan, . 


2 


1818-1875, . 


1818-1845, . 


1818-1S75. 


i •Shillelagh, . 


Ferns, . 


Wicklow, . 


2 


1S33-1875, . 


1833-1875, . 


1833-1S75. 


, "Siurirone, . 


Kill aloe, 


King’s,. 


4 


1741-1875, , 


1741-1S45, . 


1741-1875. 


Sh RON ELL* L AT TIN, 


Emly, . 


Tipperary, . 


1 


1780-1874, . 


1782-1844, . 


1781-1874. 


Slirule, 


Ardagh, 


Longford, . 


4 


1795-1875, . 


1795-1845, . 


1795-1875. 


Shntle, 


Leighlin (see 


Cloydagh). 










Slirule, 


Tuam, . 


(No records). 










• Shy rate, 


Cashel (see 


Thurles). 










Silver Mines, 


Killuloe, (see 


Kilmore). 










Sumilebridge, ( see Kilfin 


aglity). 












*Sixmilecross, . . . 


Armagh, 


Tyrone, 


1 


1836-1879, , 


1836-1845, . 


1836-1879. 


(also see Cooley and 


Termonmagui 


rk). 










Skejhn, 


Ossory (see 


Aghour). 










Steirbe, 


Ossory, 


otherwise Bor 


ris, w 


hich see). 






Skerries, 


Dublin, (see 11 


olmpatrick). 










Skerry, 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


2 


1805-1878, . 


1805-1845, . 


1805-1878. 


Skibbereen (see Ahbeystr 


ewry and Crea 












Skreen, 


Kill ala, 


Sligo, . 


1 


1843-1877, . 


1843-1845, . 


1843-1877. . 


Skryne, 


Meath, 


Meath, 


8 


1803-1877, , 


1804-1846, . 


1804-1877. 


■ Skull, .... 


Cork, . 


Cork, , 


8 


1830-1875, . 


1830- 1S45, . 




Slano 


Meath, 


Meath, 


1 


1843-1875, . 







; Manes, 


Down (see 


Ballyphilip). 











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Pariah , Church, or C hapel . 


Diocese. j 


County. jYols. ! 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. 




ieighlin (see J C 


loydagh). 












, eighlin (see j ( 


Jloydagh). 












llogher, . j ( 


Xo inventory ). 










Sligo ( see Calry and St. J 


ohn's). 

leighlin (see i 


Kiltcnnell an d 


Lor u 


m). 








irmagh ( see ■ 


Ardee). 










Bullnghodbeg, . ■ 1 


Zmhj (see i 


Cullen). 










Solloghodmore, . - J 

Btabannon, . • t 


Zmly (see i 

Armagh, . ! 

Heath, . - 


Cullen). 

Louth, 

Meath, 

[see Leixlip). 


3 

3 


1688-1875, . 
1801-1875, . 


1688-1845. . 
1801-1845, . 


1688-1875. 

1801-1875. 




yiendalough < 












Meath ( see . 


lulianstoion). 










Stagiest ov: n (see Tallow n 


lagimma). 


[Xo records).- 












Dublin, . i 












Armagh (see L 


Jonaghendry). 










SticMllan 


Armagh (see 


Ardee). 










Stillorgah and Kjx- 






4 


1820-1876, . 


1820-1844, . 


1620-1876. 


Stonehall, (a) . 


Meath, 


Westmeath, 


2 


1862-1877, . 


— . . 




Stoneyford (Derry- 
agbey), . 

Strabane (see Camus-in i 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


1 


1863^1879, . 


- 




Mourne , Leek • 
Leighlln (see 


patriek, and D 
Maryborough 


rney). 

and 


BatliviUy). 






Stradbally , . 
Stradbally, . 

Stradbally , . 

♦ Stradbally, . • . • 

* Stradbally, 

Stradone , (see Laragh). 


Ardfert (see 
Killaloe, . 


Kiljhjnn). 
Limerick, . 


4 


1787-1875, . 


1787-1845, . 


1787-1875. 


Kilmacduagh 

Leighlin, 

Lismore, 


(see Kilcolgan 
Queen’s, 
Waterford, . 


). 

3 

8 


1772-1875, . 
1798-1875, . j 


1776-1845, . 

1798-1845, . 


1826-1875. 

1798-1875. 


Glcndalough, 


Kildare, 


1 


' 1838-1876, . j 


1838- . 


1841-1877. 


(also see Celbridge). 
Straid or Temple- 


Achonry, 


Mayo, . 


3 


■ | 

1755-1876, . | 


1758-1850, . 


1755-1875. 


Strangford (see BaUycu 


Iter). 

Clogher, 


Monaghan, . 


2 


1861-1875, . 


- 


1867-1875. 


(Kitrnore Parish). 
»Stranorlar, . . • ' 

Stratford-on-Slaney, . 


Rapboe, 

| Leighlin, 
Ardagh, 


Donegal, 
Wicklow, . 
Longford, . 


2 

3 

3 


1821-1870, . 
1812-1873, . 
1801-1875, . 


1821-1845, . 
1804-1873, . 
1801-1844, . 


1821-1870. 

1804-1875. 

1801-1875. 


Strokestown (see J.umli 


n). . 

Ossory (see 


Kells , co. Kitt 


e/niy) 








Subulter, . 
Swanlinbar, 


Cloyne, 

Kilmore, 


( Obsolete Pari 
Cavan, 


sh). 

S 


1798-1875, . 


1798-1875, . 


1798-1875. 


(also see Kinawley). 
Swift’s-alley, 


Dublin, 


Dublin, 


1 


1858-1875, • 


: - 


- 


Sioineford (Kilconduff 

Swords,- 

Stdhan, . 


Parish.) 

Dublin, 

Meath, 


Dublin. 

Meath, 


2 

3 


1705-1875, . 

1720-1878, . 


1705-1875, . 
1721-1865, . 


1705-1875. 

1725-1878. 


Tacdmshake or 
Churchtown, 
Tagkadoe, united to Mi 


Ferns, , 


Wexford, . 


1 


1835-1876, . 


1836-1872, . 


1835-1877. 


i ynooth. 
Ferns, . 
Meath, 






1789-1877, . 


1789-1855, . 


17S9-1S77. 




Westmeath, 




1S00-1859, . 


1600-1845, . 
•i'es seeStonehall 


1800-1859. 






( for later enti 


)• 


Tallaght, . 


Dublin, 


. Dublin, 


3 


1713-1745, & 
1768-1876. 


I 1713-1745, & 
1770-1845. 


1713-1745, & 
1770-1876. 


Tallanstown, 

’Tallow and Kilwater 


Armagh (set 
■ Lismore, 


> Charlestoicn 
. W aterford. 


>• 

6 


1772-1809, & 
1829-1875. 


| 1772-1809, A 
i 1829-1845. 


; 1772-1809, & 

1829-1875. 


moy. 

Tamlagbt, . 
Tamlaght, . 
'Tamlaghtard, 


, Armagh, 

. Dromore (set 
. Derry, . 


. Derry, 

3 Kilkeel). 
. Derry, 


. 3 

. 4 


1801-1876, 

1747-1775, J 
1820-1875. 


. | 1801-1S45, 

’6 1747-1775, .1 

1820-1845 


. 1801-1876. 

fc 1747-1775, «fe 
1820-1875. 


Tamlaglitfinlagan, 
Tamlaght O’Crfflj 
Lower, . 


. Derry, . 


. Derry, 


5 


1796-1875, 


. 1796-1845, 


. 179G-1875. 


. Derry, . 


. Derry, 


. 1 


1826-1875, 


. 1826-1845, 


. 1820-1875. 


Tamlagbt O'Cnlly 

Upper, . 
Tandragee Town, 


. Derry, . 

. Armagh (si 


. Derry, 

>e Ballymore). 


1 


1827-1871, 


. 1827-1845, 


. 1827-1875. 



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Table of Parochial Records — continued. 



Parish, Church, or Chapel. , 


Diocese. 


I 

County. j 


Vols. 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


Burials. 




Dublin, 


Dublin, 


4 


1835-1875, . 


— 


1857-1875. 




Glendcilough 


(seeAthy). ! 












Meath, 


Meath, 


1 












Roscommon, 


3 


1811-1876, . 


1814-1843, . 






Armagh, 


Armagh, . 


5 


1824-1875, . 






Tascoffijt, 


Osiory, 


Kilkenny, . •* 


1 


1835-1878, . 






Taf hinny and Abbey- 


Ardagh, 


Westmeath, 


3 


1821-1875, . 


1821-1848, . 


1821-71875.. 




Dublin (see R 


athcoole). 










'l'attykeeran, 


Ciogher, 


(Entries of B 


aptis 


ms in Aghavea 


BooVs). 






Elpkin, 


(see Tessaragh 










TaugUboyne, 


Bap hoe, 


Donegal, 


6 


1819-1876, . 






(also see All Sahils). 
















Tuam (see 


Kikommon or 


Boll 


ymouxit). 




* 


‘Taughmaconnell, 


Clonfert, 


Galway, 


1 




— 




(icith Creagh). 
















Ardagh (see 


Mo i, dow). 










Tac.vaqh, (a) . 


Elphin, . 


Sligo, . 


1 


1830-1877, . 






Teampol-aa-mboct, . 


Cork, . 


Cork, . 


1 




— 


— 


Tecolme, . , 


leighlin. 


(see Rathaspe 


ck). 










Meath (see 


Dulcek). 










Templebodan, 


Cloyne, 


(.Entries ofBa 


ptism 


s in Clonmult 


Register). 






KiUala (see 


Kilmacshalgcei 


)■ 








Templebredy, . 


Cork, . 


Cork, . 


3 


1830-1877, . 


1830-1845, 


1830-1877, 


Templebryan, . 


Boss, . 


(A'o records). 










Templecalla, 


KUlaloe ( see 


Kilmastulla). 










Templecarn, 


Ciogher, 


Donegal and 


7 


1825-1875, . 










Fermanagh. 












Connor, 


Antrim, 


2 


1S4S-1S75, . 


— 




Templecrohe, . 


Kapbce, 


Donegal, 


4 


1818-1S78, . 


1818-1845, . 


1818-1878. 


Templederry, . 


Killaloe, . 


Tipperary, . 


3 


1809-1677, . 






•Xempleharry, 


Killaloe, 


King’s, 


3 


1800-1877, . 


1800-1845, . 


1800-1877. 


Templekerin, . * . 


Ueath (see 


SLm/ne). 










Tewpltmaly, 


KUlaloe (see 


Ogashin). 










Templemartin, : 


Cork, . 


Cork’, . 


3 


1806-1879, . 


1808-1845, . 


1810-1879. 


(ajso see Tempi ebred 


y)- 












Templemary and Kilcom 


min (see. Lacl 


an). 










♦Templemichael, . 


Ardagh, 


Longford, . 


5 


1795-1875, . 


1795-1845, . 


1795-1875. 


Tei/tplemichael . 


Glendalough 


(see Kilbride 


(Eno 


rily) and Castl 


emacadam). 




*Teinplemichael, . 


Lismore, 


Waterford, . 


3 


1821-1875, . 


1804-1865, . 


1823-1875. 


Templemichael, . 


Lismore, 


Tipperary, . 


(A T o 


Church — No re 


cords). 




TeMPLEJIICHAEL-DE- 
















Cork, . 


Cork, . 


1 


1813-1878, . 


1814-1845. . 


1S33-1847. 


Templemichael, Killoe, 


(see Killoe an 


d Templemicha 


el). 








Templemologgy , . 


Cloyne (see 


Clenore). 










Irmplemore, 


Ardagh (see ,5 


raid). 










'Templemore, 


Cashel, 


Tipperary, . 


4 


1812-1875, . 


1812-1845, . 


1812-1875. 


'Templemore, 


Derry, . 


Derry. . 


19 


1642-1875, . 


1642-1845, . 


1642-1776, <fc 














1829-1874. 




( Entries 


of Baptisms 


and 


Marriages, 184 


0-1843, not fort 


hcoming). 


Templemurry, 


Killala (see 


Lackan). 










TemplenacaRRIga, . 


Cloyne, 


Cork, . 


1 


1702-1878, . 


1707-1841, . 


1715-1877. 


Templenealy, 


Killaloe (see 


DrumcliJJ). 










Templeseiry or 














Bansha, . 


Cashel, 


Tipperary, . 


2 


1790-1877, . 


1789-1871, . 


1789-1875. 


Temple hoe, 


Ardfert, 


Kerry, 


3 


1822-1876, . 


1820-1844, . 


1816-1877. 


(also see Kilcrohane). 














Tanplenoe, 


Cashel ( see 


Tipperary). 










Templeomalus, . 


Boss, . 


Cork, . 


1 


1834-1873, . 


1834-1873, . 


1834-1873. 


(also see Kilnagross 


to end o/18] 


9j. 










Templeoughter, . 


Connor (see 


Tichnacrevan 










"Templepatrick, . 


Connor, 


Antrim, 


2 


1827-1875,. . 


1827-1845, . 


1827-1875. 


Tetnplepeter, 


Leighlin, 


(No records). 










Templepokt, . 


Kilmore, 


Cavan, 


4 


1796-1874, . 


1796-1877, . 




/'emplequinlan, . 


Ross (see Ki 


nagross to en 


d qf 


1819). 






'I empleree, 


Cashel, 


(No records). 










•Templeroan, 


Cloyne, 


(with Donerai 


le). 








Templerobin, 


Cloyne, (see 


Clonmel, Quee 


nstow 








Templescobin, . 


Ferns, . 


W exford, 


1 


1802-1875, . 


1802-1845, . 




'Tetnpleahanbo, . 


Ferns, . 


Wexford, . 


2 


1815-1875, . 


1815-1875, . 


1815-1875. 



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Table of Parochial Records — continued. 



-Parish, Church, or Chapel. I Diocese. . I County. Vols. 



Baptisms. j Marriage*. Burial*. 



Tempteshannon , . . Ferns . ( see 

Tesipletenny, . . Lismore, 

(also see Killaloan and Shangahan ). 
— Tuam (jsee 



St. Mary's, 
Tipperary, 



Templet oyher, . 

Ten pletown ( see Ebok). 
Temi'letiune, . 
Templetxiohy, . . 

(also seeLoughrnoe ) . 
Templeudigan, 



. -Cork, - 
Tipperary, 



E nnisc orthy). 

2 1827-1868, 



1822-1878, 

1789-1877, 



1822-1877. 

1793-1870. 



M PLEUDUiAPI, • 

(also see St.- Mary A New Ross). 



1830-18G9, . 



Templeusque , 
•Tempo, . • 

* lei monamongan, 
iTermoneenv, 
Termonfeckin, . 
Termonmagcirk, 



Cork ( see 

Clogher, 
Derry, . 
Derry, . 

| Armagh, 
Armagh, 



IRMONMAGCJU*. . _ • 

(also see Dr-amnakillh/, a district tn 



♦Terry glass, . . • Killalo* 

Tessaeagh, Taugh- 
boy, and Dysart, . Elphm, 
Tessahran, . • Meatli, 

ThomastOVN, . Kildar* 

Thomastown, . • Ossory, 



Meath, 
Kildare, 
Ossory, . | 
(also a few lea 
Cashel, 



KUroan). 

Fermanagh, 

Tyrone, 

Derry, 

Louth, 
Tyrone, 
this pai'ish). 
Tipperary, . 

Roscommon, 
Meath, 
Kildare, 
Kilkenny, . 
i ves of entries 
Tipperary* . 



1836-1875, 

1826-1875, 

1821-1876, 

1796-1875, 



1836-1845, 
1826 1846, 
1821-1838, 
1796-1845, 



1824-1880*, (a) 1824-1847, . 



1 1836-1875 
1825-1875. 
1846-1876. 
1796-1875. 
1824-1880. 



Tibohine, . . • Blphin, 

swain, . . • rems 

* Tickmacrevan or Gleh- Connor, 
arm, • • 

•Timahoe, . . • Leighta 

TUIAHOE & B ALBINA- 
l*AOH, . , • 



Elphin, . Roscommon, 
Ferns (see Ardcdlm and 
Connor, . Antrim, 



5 1808-1876, . 

2 I 1819-1877, . 

3 | 1828-1876, . 

2 \ 1825-1875, .. 
of Ha plisms, Marriag 

3 1713-1719, 

- 1740-9,- and 
1779’-1877. 

2 1811-1876, . 

KUpa trick). 

2 1788-1824, fc 

1845-1876. 

3 1845-1875, . 



1812-1848, . 
1820-1855, . 

[ 1828-1880, . 

1826-1873, . 
les, and Burials, 
1715, and 
1778-1845. 



1788-1824, , 
1850-1874, . 



Timogite, . . • Leighlin. 

TlMOLEAGUE, . • ROSS, . 

•Timolin, . . • Glendalou 

TinaJidy , . • • Ferns (see 

Tintem, ■ , 1 

Tipper, . • • Glendalou 

Tipperaghney, . • Ossory 

Tipperary, . • ■ Cashel, 

- Tipperkevin, . • Glendaloi 

(also see Blesinton). 
Tobbercdrry, . • Achonry, 

(also see Achonry). 

Toem, . • • Cashel, 

Torndnlagh, • • 

Tomgraney, • • Killaloe, 

fcdso see Kilkeedy , co. Clar e). 
Tomhaggard, . • ^.®J rns ’ • 

Tomregan, . . • Kilmore, 

Tonaghrieve (see Saint fi eld). 
Toomhe, . • • • Eems, • 

Toome (see Duneane). 

Toomna (Battle- 
bridge Church), . Elphm, 
Toomore, . ■ - Achonry 

Toomour, . , • Achonry 

Toomvara, . . • Killaloe 

Tovghditggan, . ■ Kmly 

Tracton, . . • Cork, (j 

Traddery, . • • ^]^ lo , e 

Tralee, . . • Ardlert, 

(also see Ratass). 

Tramore, . . • Waterfo 

Treadingsto-vtn, • Ossory, 
Trillick, . • • Clogher 

♦Trim, . Meath,. 



Kildare, . Kildare, 

Leighlin. . Queen’s, 
Ross, . Cork, . 
Glendalough, Kildare, 
Ferns (see Cr osspatrick). 
Ferns (see Owenduf). 
Glendalough (see Rathmore) 
Ossory (see Fiddown). 
Cashel, . Tipperary, . 
Glendalough, Kildare, 



Cashel, - Tipperary, . 
Killaloe ( see Kihnasoolagh 



1 184L-1S76, . 1831-1874, 

2 *1802-1875 • . r* . 

1 1823-1877, . 1823-1852, 

3 (No particulars of dates). 



4 1779-1875, 

1 1827-1828, 



1808-1876. 
1819-1877. 
1832-1876. 
1825-1875. 
1775-1818). 
1713-19, 1727, 
& 1778-187Z. 



1840-1876. 
1809-1875.(6) 
1823-187.6. ' 



3 1804-1865, 

and Traddery). 
1 1829-1876, 

3 1809-1875, 

3 1797-1875, 



1813-1853, 

1797-1845, 



/£ eia). 

. Ferns, . . Wexford, . 

Elphin, . Roscommon, 

. Achonry (see Emlafad). 

. Achonry (see Straid). 

. Killaloe (see BaBymackey). 
. Emly (see Cullen). 

. Cork, (No inventory). 

. Killaloe (Sinelcure Rectory ; 
. Ardfert, . Kerry, . 



1 1839-1877, . 



also see Kilnasoolag h). 

4 1771-1875, . . 1771-1845, 



Waterford (se\eDrumcannon ) 
Ossory, • j Kilkenny, . 
Clogher (no rlecords prior to 
Meath,.' '.'Meath,. 



♦Trim . • • • ■ 

•Trinity and St; Olaves, Waterford, . Waterford, . 



2 1851-1873, . — 

1872), (see Kilskeeryv>. 

2 1836-1775, . I — 

5 1658-1875, . I 1858-1846, 



l*\ Baotisms 1831-1836 for Sixmilccross in Vol. 2. 

(6) For* Parishes of Timoguo, Dysertenos, Kilclonhrook, and Tullowmoy. 



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Table of Parochial Becokds — continued. 



Parish , 6 h urcli , or Chapel. J Diocese. 



, Kil- 



. Trinity, Belfast, 

; Trinity Church, 

' 7 rinity Church 
liney, 

; Trinity Church , . 
’Trinity (Holy), . 
‘'Trory, St. Michael, 

! Trust any, . 

Trough (seer Errrglt). 
TruUqi, 

Tryvet, 

•Tumn, 

TMrrcurry, 

Tubbrvl, 

; Tubbridbrittain, . 

; Tubrld, . . . | 

(also set Artffinnanforl 
: Tulanogite. . 

, Tulin, . 
i Tullabrjcky. 

Tullagh, 

: Tullaghobtgly, 
Tullaghortoa, 

; Tullamaine, 

TuRamaine. . 

;*TulIamelan, . . , 

; Tullnmore (see Kilbridj 
; Tvllairinkin , 

| Tullogh, 

: Tulloh, 

I Tnllahanhrogw, . 

; Tullow, . . 

! Tullow, 

{also set Fenagh). 
Tullowherrin, 
Tullowmagimma, or 
Staplestown, . 
Tulloumoy (see Timogu 
Tally, .... 
Tullyallen and Melli- 
font, 

Tullyaughnish 
Aughnish 
Tully corbet, 

. TfLtrLBASB, 

•Tullylish, . 
•Tullyuakill, 

Tully uiskin, 

Tullyrath , . 

Tally roan, . 

Tullyrmh, . 

Tuogh, 

I Tuosist or Killmackelo. 
"Turlough, . 

(also see Castlebar.) 
•Tydavnct, . 

Tyholland, . 

Tyjjagh, . 

Tynan, 

Tyranascragh 
"Tyrella, 

Tyrrellspass (see Cion) 



Connor, 

Dublin. 



Kilrnore, 
Cloglier, 
Limerick (s 

J Tenth (s 

Meath, (see 
Tuiun, . 
Achonry (» 
Ossory (s 
0 usury (s 
Lismore, 
period 1791 
Meath (s 
Killaloe (s 
limerick, 
Ross, . 
Raphoe, 





Rapboe, 
Cloglier, 
Cloyne, 
Dromore, 
Down, . 
Armagh, 
Ferns (see 
Ossory (see 
Connor (see 
Emly 
gue, Ardfe 
Tuam, . 




Leighlin, 
Ossory (see 
Emly, . 
Limerick (see, 

Leighlin, 



County. 


Vols 


Baptisms. 


Marriages. 


. Antrim, 


2 


1844-1876,. . 




(So records b 


fore 


1871). 




i? Iliney). 








St. Laurence). 








Cavan, . 


1 


1842-1S77, . 




Fermanagh, . 


4 


1779-1875, . 




Groom). 








Trim). 








'i threw). 








Galway, 


2 


1808-1875, . 


1808-18—, , 


Achonry and 


Tobbe 


r curry). 


- 


f idtloum). 








Aghour). 








Tipperary. . 


Z 


1791-1875, . 


1791-1845, . 










Trim). 








Tulloh). 








Limerick, . 


1 


1820-1873, . 


1820-1845, . 


Cork, . 


2 


1802-1875, . 


1802-1845, . 


Donegal, 


2 


1821-1875, . 




b Church.) 








riesin FetkardL 


egiste 


ry. 




Callan). 








. Tipperary . 


3 


1823-1875, . 


1823-1845, , 


• Tullyniskin.) 








Ogashin). 








Clare, . 


3 


1S05-1S76, . 




Inchyholagha 


n). 






Dublin, 


- 3 


1863-188*, . 




■Carlow, 


3 


1696-1875, . 


1696-1845, . 


Kilfane). 








Carlow, 


4 


1791-1876, . 


1791-1S74, . 


Tullyaughnish 


J. 






Louth, 


5 


1812-1873, . 


1815—1847, . 


Donegal, 


7 


1798-1875, . 




Monaghan, . 


1 


1835-1875, . 


1835-1840, . 




1 


1850-1871, . 




Down, . 


11 


1820-1875, 




Down, . 


3 


1827-1875, . 






5 


1794-1875, . 




St. Mary, L ew 


Foss 


)• 




Callan). 








denary). 








Abington and 


Capp 


amove). 




ee Kenmare). 








Mayo, . 


4 


1821-1875, . 


1822-1851, . 


Monaghan, . 


4 


1822-1872, . 




Monaghan, . 


2 


1806-1S75, . 




Galway, 


2 


1815-1878, . 




Armagh, 


6 


16S 6.-1 724, & 


1683-1723' & 


Dononaughta 




1806-1875. 


1808-1845. 


Down, . 


1 


1839-1876, . 




Newtown Fer 


idlag 


a 




Kilkenny, . 
Polroane). 


1 


1836-1852, . 


1837-1857, . 


(No records.) 








Bruff). 








Carlow, 


2 


1710-1853, . 


1715-1877, . 



1820-1873. 

1802-1875. 

1850-1876. 



1863-1880, 

1696-1875. 



1814-1875. 

1788-1875*. 

1836-1873. 

1872 

1849-1875. 

1828-1875. 

1794-1876. 



1822-1873. 

1822-1875. 
1806-1875. 
1824-1869. 
1G83-1723, <fc 
1808-1875. 

1839- 



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i Parish, Churob, or Chapel. 



Diooese. 



PoBnty. 



' ^OOEDS IK IRELAND. 
Records — co ntinued. 

|Vola. j 



27 L 



Uiiina/ord, • , • 

‘Urney, • . ' * 

Urney, 

Usk, ■ 

Uskane, ■ • 

• Valeutia, or Kilmore, , 
Vastina otherwise Casri 
Vaughan. School, 
Ventrt, . 
Villierstown. 

Virginia, 



Ossory (see 
Derry, . • . 

Kilmore (withi 
Glendaiough ' 
Killaloe ( see 
| Ardfert, . . 
\etownkindalen\ 
Clogher, 
Ardfert, 
Lismore, 



Kilmore (see 'iMvrgari). 



St. Patrick's). 
Tyrone, • 
AnnagelUffe)- . 

( see 'Dunlamn^. 

BaUingarry). 

Kerry, 

, which see- 
(No records .) 
Kerry, - ■ 

(No records.) 




1818-1877, • 1814-184*. 



1826-1875, . 
1881-1875, . 



Wallstown, 



Cloyne, 



Cork, . 



Leighlin, 
Dublin ( see 
Dublin ( see 

. Tuam, . 



Wells, (b). 

Westmorstown, 
We&tpcdstown, • - 

Westport or Augha- 

1 (cdso see Knappagh.) 

* Wexford, • 

W liter y or — 
Whitechurch, . 
Whitechurch, . • 

Whitechurch (New) 
Whitechurch and 
KlLMOKEA, . • • 

Whitechurch, 
Whitechurch, . 

(also see Tubria) 
i Whitechurch, 

I Whitechurch Glyn, 

I Whiteliouse, 

* Wicklow, • ■ • 

(also see hilhskey). 
Willbrooke Church, . 
Willowfield, 

Witter, ■ • - | 

Woodford Church, other | 
* Woods Chapel, 
Woolengrange, 



Numey). 
Finglas). 
Down, . 

(*• 

Carlow, 
Leixlip). 

Clonmethan). 



Ferns, 

- ■ ' 
Meath (see 
Cork, • • . 

Down ( see Ba\ 
Dublin, 

Ferns, . 
Kildare ( see 
Lismore 



Mayo, . 

Wexford, 

Tessaicran). . 

, (No tnuenfor y). 
\lly waiter). • 

1 Dublin, 

Wexford, • 
Kill). 

Waterford, . 



1814t1872, 

1825-1875,(0) 

[ 1802-1876,(6) 

1801-1875, . 

1674-^1753, A 
1778—1875. 



Ossory (see C astlane.) 
Ferns ( see KUlurin). 
Connor, . Antrim, 
G-lendalough, Wicklow, 



1837-1862, 



1815-1877. 



1826-1876. 

1863-1875. 



(One Marriage \ 
only, no date 
given). 

1826-1846, (a) 
1803-1861,(6) 



1801-1845, 



1674-1753, & 
1778-1845. 



1824-1872. 

— (<*) 

1802-1876.(6) 



1674-1753, & 
1778-1845. 



1824-1877. . • 


1827-1845, ■ 


1824-1877. 


1786-1876, . 


1788-1866, . 


1785-1877. 


1807-1878, . 


1805-1854, - 


1840-1875. 


1840-1875, . 
1655-1877,. . 


1729-1869, . 


1729-1874. 


56-1783— in Re 
872.) 


; urn for Athlon 


f • 




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(b) Earlier dates in Old Leighlin books. 



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STATE OF BAYS 

ox 

EAST AND WEST SIDES OF RECORD TREASURY 

JUT DECEMBER 1880. 



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of Record Treasury, 31st December,