2 edition of Edmund McGildowney agent for the Estates of the Antrim Family found in the catalog.
Edmund McGildowney agent for the Estates of the Antrim Family
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MACNAGHTEN, Edmond Alexander (), of Beardiville, co. Antrim and Duke Street, St. James's, Mdx. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commonsed. D.R. Fisher, Available from Cambridge University Landlord of each Townland in North Antrim c [Sorted by Townland] Record No. Townland Landlord c Civil Parish Barony Poor Law Union Ballynalougher Edmund F.
Cuppage Layd Glenarm Lower The McGildowneys were a very famous family in Ballycastle, although Edmund McGildowney was the only who was a Catholic.
He invited the Bishop and some of the important Catholics of Ballycastle to his house for lunch. His house is now part of the Marine Hotel at the foot of the Quay Daniel seemed to be in very good terms with Mr McGildowney, Lord Antrim’s agent.
He wrote to Mr McGildowney on the acknowledging the receipt of £60 sent by McGildowney to pay another Daniel, Mr Daniel McDonnell, of Dublin (John’s son) (PRONI DM75/2/). He also penned the following curious comments on a fellow priest: It is curious that, daring the violent disputes between the Earls of Antrim and Argyle, in the reign of Charles I., Antrim laid claim to Argyle's estates in Cantire, which, the former declared, had belonged to his family for thirteen eentwie»,—or from soon after the settlement of the first colony in Britain, under Cairbre Riada, in the year Antrim, which had a population of overbywas a prosperous and mostly Protestant Ulster county on the north-east Ulster coast.
There were several market towns, including the disfranchised boroughs of Antrim and Randalstown, and a number of ports, notably Ballycastle, Larne and Portrush, but Belfast was Edmund McGildowney agent for the Estates of the Antrim Family book economic epicentre of its flourishing cloth trades.1 Except in the Ffrench Agent & Landlord correspondence, NL Ms.
Gort Landlords & families correspondence NL Mss Hodson (Edward, Lieutenant): Rent rolls and tenants’ accounts,indexed, covering townlands in the civil parish of INDEX of THE GLYNNS Vol. 44 AN ARTICLE BASED ON THE ADDRESS GIVEN AT THE 50 th ANNIVERSARY GALA DINNER OF THE GLENS OF ANTRIM HISTORICAL SOCIETY The Very Rev.
John Dunlop CBE, DD, LLD In Dr. Ralph Kinge / King (the Bishop?) was in possession of the Castle and lands, and Archibald Stewart, agent of the Antrim property (relative of Houstons?), tried to force him to give up possession without success, but he must have surrendered his claim, as the estates were restored in to Alexander McDonell, third Earl of :// Full text of "The Irvines and their kin; revised by the author in Scotland, Ireland and England; a history of the Irvine family and their descendants, also short sketches of their kindred, the Carlisles, McDowells, Johnstons, Maxwells, Gaults, McElroys, etc., from A.D.
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Includes papers of Samuel Dickson, Cooks Court [London], land agent to the family in ?id=3. Held by Edmund Burke Roche in the mid 19th century and valued at £ In acquired by the Clarke family, owners of the tobacco company in Bristol, manufacturers of Players cigarettes.
Owned by the Clarkes until the s when purchased by the Land Commission. The Irish Tourist Association survey noted that it was for sale in ?q=demesne. The Clan Ó Cléirigh DNA Project was founded by Ultan Cleary of Ireland and Jason S. Clary of the United States in order to use genetic research to assist in proving or disproving family traditions of the relationships between families bearing variations of the name worldwide and to trace potential living descendants of the most Senior Clan Members alive in the 17th Century, before the final The celebrated "Leabhar Branach" or "Book of the O'Byrnes" is a collection of Gaelic poetry by some thirty-five different authors, dealing for the most part with the exploits and personalities of the O'Byrnes in the sixteenth century: it was made about In County Kilkenny the Anglo-Norman family of Cor is cited in many early records ~irlkik/ Country and sporting estates for sale in Ireland.
Meanwhile, in the North, for sale through Savills (– ) at a guide price of £5 million, is the acre Dundarave estate, between Bushmills village and the Giant’s Causeway on the north coast of Antrim.
It’s the Irish seat of Scotland’s Macnaghten family, who once owned more than 7, acres of land in the :// /two-magnificent-irish-estates-sale John McNaghten, Shane's son, referred to in some documents as "John Naghten," became the business agent for the first Earl of Antrim, Sir Randall MacDonnell, his cousin.
Died Daniel McNaghten, son of John, increased family holdings in Antrim and retained them after the Irish Rebellion of since he was ~naughton/genealogy/ Landed Estates Database.
A descendant John Francis Burke was the Coroner for Co Mayo in and had a son Patrick M.D. Robert Burke in his book 'Annie's Letter' gives an account of tracing his ancestors, the Burkes of Bekan.
Estates: Another family member Alexander Clendining was agent to Colonel FitzGerald at Turlough and the Moores ?letter=_all. Aller is about a mile north of Bishop's Nympton, 15 and was bought on 6 November by Edmund Saunders from John and Lewis Stucley for £70, 16 passing down by entail through the Saunders family untilwhen it formed part of the settlement agreed between the families on the marriage of Edmund Saunders (10) and Dorothy Cotty.
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After the defeats of the Irish in the reign of Elizabeth the estates of most of the Irish gentry in the County of Monaghan were taken from them and bestowed on English soldiers and court favourites, but some portions were returned to the Irish.
In Wilson refers to Mount Bell as a residence of the Garde family. It was ccupied by Edmund MacKey in and by Edward Lane in the early s. Lane held the house valued at £10 from Sir Arthur De Capell Brooke. A house and large farm are still extant at the site. Mountbellew A three storey house built in the 18th ?letter=M.FRANCE and STOUT say in Deed Book (TORRENCE says Irish Deeds, Book ), P.
42, is found: "Admor (administration) of the land and goods of Robert FINLEY, of the Parish of Mullaghabrac, County Armagh, Ireland, John FINLEY, lawful son of said deceased Robert FINLEY, Jfor the sole use of said Michael, Robert, Samuel, Archibald Turtle Bunbury is an award-winning travel writer, historian and author based in Ireland.
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