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*'''Bateson, Richard''', Killoquin; PRONI Ref. D3209/1, 1790 Rent Roll; PRONI Ref. D3209/2-9 Account Book, 1786-7, [https://apps.proni.gov.uk/eCatNI_IE/SearchPage.aspx eCatalogue]'''Roulston'''
 
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*'''Benn, George''', Ballymena, 3,393 acres, Benn Papers, 1819-1918; PRONI [https://apps.proni.gov.uk/eCatNI_IE/SearchPage.aspx eCatalogue] PRONI Ref. D3113  
  
 
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Introduction[edit | edit source]

Estate records are the land records for the common social classes in Ireland. The large landed estates were held by the upper social class who leased the property to tenants throughout Ireland. Some were absentee landlords, living elsewhere in the British Isles but holding property in Ireland. The overseer managed these properties on behalf of the landlord and had broad oversight for the lives of those living on the land. To search the Irish estate records, the researcher needs to identify the name of the landlord and if the records of that estate still survive. During the early twentieth century, many large landed houses and the records of these tenants were destroyed during movement for independence. Estate records may give names, relationships, ages, maps with property descriptions, residences of emigrants and other details of value to the family historian.

Types of Estates[edit | edit source]

Crown Estates[edit | edit source]

All land in Ireland was held by the Crown according to the feudal doctrine of allodial tenure and would revert (escheat) to the Crown in instances of attainder, felony or lacking a legal heir. However, there are some estates that were directly managed by the Crown and its overseers.

Landed Estates[edit | edit source]

The landed families in Ireland held thousands of acres of estate lands that were the backbone of the Irish economy. Farmers and tenants leased their property from these landholders and paid annual rents. When they were unable to pay their rents, they were often evicted from these lands and the records name the new tenants who replaced them. When a husband died, his name is often struck through and the name of the wife, son, or other family member is written into the record.

Encumbered Estates[edit | edit source]

The effects of a depressed economy in the nineteenth century brought about by significant rate increases to support the poor law to address the Great Famine, many of the large landed estates were foreclosed by the British Crown. These became known as the "encumbered" estates. A registry known as the Encumbered Estates Court was established in Dublin in 1849 to deal with the significant numbers of bankrupt estates during this era. Approximately 3,000 estates were sold off from 1849-1857 totaling five million acres. With a tenantry weakened by sickness and emigration, their downfall in turn brought about the downfall of the great landed estates.

PRONI - Encumbered Estates documents in D1201/22

Types of Leases[edit | edit source]

The landed estates were run as private businesses, so each landholder would determine the length of time and the terms for each lease for their tenants. Leases were often granted for the length of a tenants life and the conditions surrounding the lease would vary depending on the value of the property, the ages of those lives named and other factors. When named in a lease as lives, it was not uncommon for names, relationships, ages and sometimes death information being recorded in the records of the estate. The most common types of leases are described below.

Lease of Lives[edit | edit source]

  • One Life and 21 Years - This type of lease extended the mercy of a providing parent named in the lease, ensuring that upon their death, any child just born would be allowed to remain on the land until they arrived at the full age of twenty-one. Thus, the lessor would be named and twenty-one years after their death, the terms of the lease could be renegotiated provided that those remaining on the land had been able to pay the rents in the intervening years.
  • Two Lives - In the instance of a two lives lease, the lessor was usually named along with another direct family member, relative or friend. For instance, a father obtaining a lease may name his youngest son as the other life in the lease. As long as the father or the youngest son are living, the terms and conditions of the lease amount are in effect. Upon the death of both, the landholder may renegotiate the lease with other family members or choose new tenants.
  • Three Lives - A lease naming three lives worked the same as the two lives lease only three individuals were named. Often this would be a father and perhaps his two youngest sons, a brother, or his nephews. In later years, with the effects of the Great Famine and emigration, prominent people were named in the leases so that it would be common knowledge when they had died. Overseers of the landed estates had an enormous task trying to determine the deaths for people named in the leases who had emigrated overseas.

Tenants at Will[edit | edit source]

In some instances, tenants resided on the land at the will of the landholder, thus tenants at will. This was the worst of all types of leases as the landlord could decide at any time that they were going to remove the tenants from their lands. During the Great Famine, there were a number of landlords who availed themselves of this clause and evicted many of their tenants followed by the tearing down of their dwelling places. A good example of this type of record is in The National Archives, London, Record Group HO 45/2521 Ireland: Irish Poor Law Boundary Commission listing tenants in particular townlands who have had their dwellings pulled down.

Emigration[edit | edit source]

Landlords and the Poor Law Unions also capitalized on the opportunity to effectively clear their estates and the poor houses by paying the passage for their poorer tenants whom they were now having to support during the Great Famine. The top-ten landlords emigrating tenants in the nineteenth century were:

  • Fitzwilliam, Earl of, (William Thomas Spencer Wentworth Fitzwilliam, K.G., 6th Earl), Coolattin Park, Shillelagh, County Wicklow; Surplus People, The Fitzwilliam Estate Clearances - Coolattin 1847-1856 Family History Library Catalog
  • Wandesford, Charles, B.C., Castlecomer, County Kilkenny
  • Lansdowne, Marquis of, (Henry Charles Keith-Petty-Fitzmaurice, 5th Marquis), Counties Kerry and Laois (Queen's)
  • Bath, Marquis of (John Alexander Thynne, 4th Marquis), County Monaghan
  • Palmerston, Viscount (Henry "Harry" Mount Temple, 2nd Viscount), Cliffoney, County Sligo
  • Dunraven and Mount-Earl, Earl of, (Wyndham, Thomas Wyndham-Quin, K.P., 4th Earl), County Clare and Adare Manor, County Limerick
  • Booth, Sir Henry William Gore, Bart., J.P., D.L., Lissadill, Carney, County Sligo
  • Spaight, William, J.P., Derry Castle, Killaloe, County Clare and Tipperary
  • De Vesci, Viscount (John Robert William Vesey, 4th Viscount), Abbeyleix, County Laois (Queen's)
  • Mahon, Henry Sandfort Pakenham, Strokestown, County Roscommon

Manor Court Records[edit | edit source]

The large landed estates were governed by their own Manorial court also called the court baron (curia magna). The power was granted by royal prerogative and was empowered to administer the regulations set out as the custom of the manor. The court primarily dealt with issues pertaining to the governing of the manor, particularly the payment of services due to the Lord of the Manor, disputes among tenants, debts, trespassing, unlawful taking of game or wood on the estate. The court convened every two to three weeks or more frequently if there was business to conduct. Records for some of these courts still exist among the papers of the estates, a good example being the Earl of Antrim.

Identifying the Landholders[edit | edit source]

  • Middle landholders - In some instances, land was leased to tenants who sublet the land to others. This presents a challenge in identifying the landholder's records for the leases.

Availability of Records[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland (NLI)[edit | edit source]

The National Library of Ireland holds the largest collection of estate papers in the Republic of Ireland. These are original deposited manuscripts that are often accompanied by maps and rentals listing tenants names. If researching in person, a separate reader's ticket is required for the manuscript reading room in addition to the NLI readers ticket. Some of the collections have detailed listings available at the NLI website. Website

National Archives of Ireland (NAI)[edit | edit source]

The National Archives, London (TNA)[edit | edit source]

Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI)[edit | edit source]

Irish Genealogical Society International (IGSI)[edit | edit source]

Dublin City Council (DCC)[edit | edit source]

The Dublin City Council has a library and archives search room with a number of resources, including information on land records for the city of Dublin. Libraries and Archive - Heritage Databases

Trinity College, Dublin (TCD)[edit | edit source]

National Records of Scotland (NRS)[edit | edit source]

Online Databases[edit | edit source]

Estate Records by County and Landlord[edit | edit source]

This is a list of known properties of estates of at least 500 acres arranged by county and known references to estate papers deposited in record offices - it is an incomplete list, so researchers may be able to identify additional landholders and their records from other sources. (Note: When a landholder is listed with less than 500 acres, they may have property in more than one county.) Inventories of available estate papers have been included in Tracing Your Irish Ancestors by John Grenham, and for 350 estates in the counties of the Province of Ulster, namely, Antrim, Armagh, Cavan, Donegal, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry, Monaghan, and Tyrone in Researching Scots-Irish Ancestors by William J. Roulston. In the following listing, the names of the landholders are listed by county, followed by their residence, number of acres, and the archive of deposited records when known. The names Grenham and Roulston are listed if there is descriptive information in their publications, often locality information on townlands, parishes, or baronies. The reader is directed to those volumes for additional information to use in tandem with their online research. The basis for the following list is taken from U. H. Hussey De Burgh's The Landowners of Ireland published in 1878. Land in Ireland often remained in the same landholding families for multiple generations, so the surname of the owners in the mid-nineteenth century may also relate to earlier time periods.

Archival descriptive information in the following list from the Public Records Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) eCatalogue is used under the terms of the Open Government License

Abbreviations for Archives and Repositories[edit | edit source]

  • NAI National Archives, Ireland
  • NLI National Library of Ireland
  • PRONI Public Record Office Northern Ireland
  • TCD Trinity College, Dublin

Antrim[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Antrim

Public Record Office, Northern Ireland PRONI eCatalogue Type in the PRONI Ref: following the description listed below.

  • Adair, William Robert, Ballymena; Adair Family Estate Papers PRONI Ref: T1333/3; Maps of Ballymena Estate, Barony of Toome for the year 1747 naming tenants PRONI Ref: T1310/1; Map of Craigywarren 1836 naming tenants PRONI Ref: T1310/2; Plan of Demesne circa 1865 PRONI Ref: T1210/3; Adair family estate papers, 1624-1905 PRONI Ref: D929; Termly rent roll of the Ballymena estate 1794 PRONI Ref: D929/HA12/F3/2; Suffolk Record Office, Lowestoft, England 741/HA12 Adair Family Archives Roulston
  • Adair, Henry, Loughanmore, Parkgate, Antrim 2,071 acres; Leases for townlands on the estate for the years 1735-1761, PRONI Ref: D3860/A/3; Leases for the years 1785-1846 PRONI Ref: D3860/A/4; Leases for the years 1837-1850, PRONI Ref: D3860/A/6; Twenty-five leases of lands in Straid, parish of Ballynure, County Antrim, PRONI Ref: D3860/A/4; Leases of the Clements/Crymble/Ellis property in the Town of Carrickfergus PRONI Ref: D3860/B/5; Four title deeds of the Clements family, Rashee Parish, Co. Antrim, 1696-1707 PRONI Ref: D3860/B/6; Title deeds or deeds of settlement for property in the Town of Carrickfergus, 1708-1822, PRONI Ref: D3860/B/7; Twenty-five title deeds to Altivaddy and Tuberlady, Carrickfergus, 1795-1802, PRONI Ref: D3860/B/8; Map of the Estate of Francis Clements, 1751, PRONI Ref: D3860/B/9 Introduction to the Adair of Loughanmore Papers Roulston and Grenham
  • Adams, John, Ballyweaney; Papers of Adams family, 1776-1869 PRONI Ref: D1518/2; Linen and household accounts, 1780-1810, PRONI Ref: D1518/2/2 Roulston
  • Agnew, William, Kilwaughter Castle, Larne, 9,770 acres; Earl of Antrim Papers, 1692-1857, PRONI Ref: T502; Volume of maps of c.40 townlands in the Kilraghts and Kilwaughter areas, Co. Antrim, the estates of Edward Jones Agnew, surveyed by James Williamson, PRONI Ref: T2309/1 and Papers of the Agnew Family of Lochnaw, Wigtownshire, Irish estate, Kilwaghter, Co. Antrim, 1636-1712, GD154/505-534 National Records of Scotland; Roulston and Grenham
  • Alexander, Robert Jackson, Portglenone House, Ballymena, 4,215 acres, Antrim; 1,769 acres, Tyrone;
  • Allen, Robert, Ballybreckan; Maps, plans and surveys of the family of the Allen, later Higginson estate PRONI Ref: D3590/E; Roulston and Grenham
  • Antrim, Earls of, Glenarm Castle, Glenarm, 330,000 acres (34,292 acres) comprised of the four baronies of Cary (which includes Rathlin Island), Dunluce, Glenarm and Kilconway in County Antrim as well as part of Dunluce barony, adjacent to the town of Coleraine in County Londonderry; Leases 1605-1969 PRONI Ref: D2977/3A; Lease Book Glenarm Barony, 1736, PRONI Ref: D2977/3B/1; General Return of Leases and Tenures c.1737-1821, PRONI Ref: D2977/3B/2; Details of Leases for Glenarm, Ballymoney, c. 1743, PRONI Ref: D2977/3B/3; Counterpart Lease Register, Dunluce Barony 1783-1795, including the Rent Roll for Glenarm Barony 1795, PRONI Ref: D2977/3B/4; Lease Book for South Estate, c.1827-c.1901, PRONI Ref: D2977/3B/5; Lease Book for North Estate 1838-c.1898, PRONI Ref: D2977/3B/6; Lease Book - Antrim Estate 1852-c.1904, PRONI Ref: D2977/3B/7; Lease Book Marchioness of Londonderry's Estate 1854-1881, PRONI Ref: D2977/3B/8; List of Leases Ballymoney c.1856, PRONI Ref: D2977/3B/9; Notebook containing lease extracts relating to the town of Glenarm c.1736-c.1881, PRONI Ref: D2977/3B/10; Notebook containing lease extracts relating to the town of Glenarm 1736-c.1892 with reference to the 1735 map, PRONI Ref: D2977/3B/11; Extracts from the Rent Ledger c.1685-1758, PRONI Ref: D2977/3B/12 and D2977/3B/13; Three notebooks containing extracts from the Rent Ledger ref no. D2977/9/3 PRONI Ref: D2977/3B/14-16; Notebook giving details of lands held under Fee Farm Grants the Chief Rents of which have been sold c.1637-1781, PRONI Ref: D2977/3B/17-18; Notebook giving details of how the land is held and rent and fees payable also naming the owner in 1867 for the Barony of Cary c.1623-c.1762 PRONI Ref: D2977/3B/19-20; Owner in 1867 for N.E. Liberties of Coleraine PRONI Ref: D2977/3B/21; Owner in 1867 for Lower and Upper Dunluce Baronies PRONI Ref: D2977/3B/22; Owner in 1867 for Lower Glenarm Barony PRONI Ref: D2977/3B/23-24; Owner in 1867 for Upper Glenarm Barony PRONI Ref: D2977/3B/25-26; Owner in 1867 for Kilconway Barony PRONI Ref: D2977/3B/27-28; Extracts from early grants 1637-1737 PRONI Ref: D2977/3B/29; Volume giving details on tenants, tenure c.1900 PRONI Ref: D2977/3B/30; Volume giving details of tenants, tenure, yearly rent for Larne, c.1902 PRONI Ref: D2977/3B/31; A Rent Roll of teh Earl of Antrim's Estate dated May 1641 of lands mainly in the baronies of Kilconway and Upper Dunluce PRONI Ref: T694/1 (From British Museum Harleian 2138 ff.1); ; NAI Introduction to the Earl of Antrim Estate Papers; Irish Archives Resource, MacDonnell family, Earls of Antrim, Glenarm Castle, County Antrim Roulston and Grenham
  • Banks Family, Belfast area; PRONI Ref. D3649/3/1,/2 Rent Account Books, 1793-1819; Roulston
  • Bateson, Richard, Killoquin; PRONI Ref. D3209/1, 1790 Rent Roll; PRONI Ref. D3209/2-9 Account Book, 1786-7, eCatalogueRoulston
  • Benn, George, Ballymena, 3,393 acres, Benn Papers, 1819-1918; PRONI eCatalogue PRONI Ref. D3113

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  • Boyd, Sir Frederick, Bart., Ballycastle, 5,304 acres; PRONI eCatalogue entry McGildowny Papers; Roulston
  • Boyd, William, Loughguile, PRONI eCatalogue entry Ferguson Papers; Roulston
  • Brice, Edward, Kilroot; NLI Sources Book of Maps of Estate of Edward Brice ; Roulston
  • Brytt, William, Carrickfergus; PRONI eCatalogue entry Kirk Estate Papers; Roulston
  • Caldwell, John, Ballymoney; PRONI eCatalogue entry Parks and Caldwell Papers; Connections to John Caldwell, Sr., linen-merchant in New York State, USA Roulston
  • Caledon, Alexander, James Earl of, (Alexander family), Ballycastle; PRONI eCatalogue entry Caledon Papers; Roulston
  • Casement, John, Churchfield, Ballycastle, 3,312 acres; PRONI eCatalogue entry John Casement Estate
  • Chaine, James, M.P. Cairne Castle, Antrim, 5,010 acres; PRONI eCatalogue entry Deeds, Legal Papers, Testamentary Papers
  • Clements Estate, Carrickfergus, see Adair Estate above, Loughanore; Roulston
  • Coey, Sir Edward, The Cottage, Droagh, Larne, 5,257 acres
  • Conway Estate, Lisburn; PRONI eCatalogue entries Messrs Johns, Elliott & Johns Depositor Papers, 1705-1896 Papers Relating Primarily to Lisburn, Co. Antrim and Co. Down, 1634-1870 Rental of Manor of Killultagh 1719-17123; Roulston
  • Cramsie, James, Ballymoney, 4,036 acres
  • Cromie, John, Cromore, Coleraine, Londonderry, 3,756 acres
  • Crommellin, Samuel Delacherois
  • Cuppage, Alexander, Absentee landlord, England, 5,560 acres
  • Crymble Estate, Carrickfergus, see Adair Estate, Loughanore above; Roulston
  • Dalway Estate, Bella Hill, Carrickfergus, 2,477 acres; Roulston
  • Darcus Estate, Island Magee, Larne; PRONI; Grenham
  • Davy Estate, Cullybackey; PRONI eCatalogue entry Map of Charles Davy's Estate at Cullybackey Roulston
  • Dobbs, Conway Edward, Leeson Street, Dublin; 5,378 acres
  • Dobbs, Conway Richard, M.A., J.P. and D.L. Co. Antrim; Castle Dobbs, Carrickfergus; 5,060 acres Antrim; 7,971 acres Kildare; PRONI eCatalogue entry Estate Papers Dobbs Family 1739-1917; Roulston
  • Donegall, Marquis of, K. P., G.C.H., P. C. (George Hamilton Chichester), Belfast, Carrickfergus, 60,562 acres in County Antrim; PRONI eCatalogue entries Donegal Estate Papers, 1603-1895 Shaftesbury Estate Documents Plans of the Earl of Donegall's Estates in County Antrim, 1767-1770 Rental of Estate, 1719 Rent Ledger for County Antrim Estate, 1783-1786 Rent Ledger for County Antrim Estate, 1787-1797 Rent Ledger for County Antrim Estate, 1798-1806 Cash Rent Book County Antrim Estate, 1796-1800 Typed copies Chancery Master's Exhibits in Donegall v. Donegall Rentals, 1706-1723 Earl of Donegall's Rents, 1706-1715 Donegall Estate Letter Book, 1771-1772; Roulston
  • Downshire, 6th Marquis of, Arthur Wills John Wellington Blundell Trumbull Hill, East Hampstead Park, Workingham, Berkshire, England and Hillsborough Castle, Down; 5,787 acres Antrim and Carrickfergus Town; 73,602 acres Down; 1,338 acres Kildare; 101 acres Kilkenny; 13,679 acres Offaly (King's); 15,766 acres Wicklow;
  • Dungannon, Lord Estate, see Hill-Trevor family
  • Dunlop Estate, Chatham Hall; Roulston
  • Edmonstone Estate, Red Hall; PRONI; Roulston and Grenham
  • Edwards Estate, Glendun; PRONI; Roulston
  • Ellis Estate, Ballylinny; PRONI; Roulston
  • Farrell Estate, Ballywillin, Carncastle, Glynn; PRONI; Grenham
  • Foster/Massereene Estate, Aghnamullen, 11,777 acres in Antrim; PRONI eCatalogue entry Clotworthy House Papers; Grenham
  • Forsythe, John, Ballyeaston; PRONI; Roulston
  • Fullerton, Alex. George Ballintoy; PRONI; Roulston
  • Gage, Robert, Rathlin Island, Ballycastle, 3,311 acres; PRONI; Roulston and Grenham
  • Greer, Thomas, J.P. Co. Antrim and Carrickfergus, High Sheriff, Carrickfergus, 1871 and Co. Tyrone, 1876, Sea Park, Carrickfergus, Tyrone; 68 acres Antrim (Carrickfergus Town); 883 acres Tyrone;
  • Greg, Thomas Richard, Ballymenock, Belfast, 3,546 acres
  • Haliday, Dr., near Belfast; Roulston
  • Haliday, Major-Gen. William Robert Harvey, Hanover Square, London, 3,228 acres
  • Harvey, Sir Robert Bateson, PRONI Ref. D2972 1869, Maps of the Killoquin Estate of Sir Robert Bateson Harvey, Bart.; D2972/1 1869, Volume of maps of the Killoquin Estate; D3300/256, 1786-7, Papers relating to Sir Robert Bateson-Harvey of Killoquin, Co. Antrim; D3300/256/1, Accounts relating to the estate of Sir Robert Bateson Harvey
  • Hamilton, William, Cloughmills; Roulston
  • Henry, Hugh, Killead; Roulston
  • Hertford Estate, PRONI; Grenham
  • Hill-Trevor, Lord Arthur Edwin, M. P., Island Magee, Raloo, 3,949 acres; PRONI; Roulston and Grenham
  • Higginson Estate, Springmount, parish of Dundermot, see Allen
  • Hunter Estate, Ballymena; PRONI; Roulston
  • Hutchinson, Bishop Francis, Portglenone; PRONI; Roulston and Grenham
  • Hutchinson, Thos. Lechy, Manor House, Ballymoney, 3,390 acres
  • Hutchinson, William a.k.a. FORD, Stranocum House, Ballymoney, 2,730 acres; PRONI; Roulston
  • Johnston, Lady, College Square, North Belfast, Antrim; 189 acres Antrim; 4,332 acres Roscommon;
  • Ker Estate, Red Hall - see Edmonstone Estate; Roulston and Grenham
  • Kirk, William, Carrickfergus, PRONI; Roulston and Grenham
  • Langford and Langford-Rowley Estate, Templepatrick; PRONI; Roulston
  • Lecky Estate, Beardiville, Bushmills, 2,489 acres; PRONI; Grenham
  • Legge, Mrs. (Alexander), of Malone House, 8,565 acres; PRONI; Roulston
  • Leslie, James Edmond, Leslie Hill, Ballymoney, 7,428 acres; PRONI; Roulston
  • M'Cartney, George, Lisanore Castle, Ballymoney, 12,532 acres; PRONI; Roulston and Grenham
  • M'Aulay, Alexander, Esq., Willmount, Blessington, County Wicklow; 3,014 acres; PRONI; Roulston
  • M'Collum Estate, Cushendun; PRONI; Roulston
  • M'Garel, Charles
  • M'Gildowney, John, J.P., Clare Park, Ballycastle, 3,811 acres; PRONI; Roulston and Grenham
  • MacNaughten, Col. Sir Francis Edmund, Bart., Dundarave, Bushmills, Beardiville, Glenarm, 7,134 acres; PRONI; Roulston
  • M'Neile, Henry Hugh
  • Macartney Estate, Carrickfergus, Loughguile; PRONI eCatalogue entry Macartney Papers; Roulston (additional entries)
  • Magenis, Lieut.-Col. Richard Henry, Ballymoney, 6,816 acres; PRONI; Roulston
  • Massereene and Ferrard, Viscount, K.P., Antrim Castle, 11,777 acres; PRONI; Roulston and Grenham
  • Mitchell Estate, Farranacushog, PRONI; Roulston
  • Montgomery, Alexander, Potter's Wall, 3,736 acres
  • Montgomery Estate, Dunluce, Layd, Loughguile, Ramoan; PRONI; Grenham
  • Montgomery, H., Reps. of, Ballydrain, Belfast, 3,909 acres
  • Montgomery, John, Benvarden, 6,792 acres; PRONI; Roulston and Grenham
  • Moore, James, J.P. Co. Tyrone, Dalchoolan, Craigavad, Belfast, Antrim; 706 acres Antrim; 47 acres Down; 1,300 acres Tyrone;
  • Moore, James Stewart, Ballydivity, Dervock, 8,242 acres; PRONI; Roulston and Grenham
  • Moore Estate, Ballynacree, PRONI; Roulston
  • Moore Estate, Cloverhill; Roulston and Grenham
  • Mount Cashell, Moore Park, Kilworth, County Cork; PRONI; Roulston
  • Mount Stafford Estate, Portglenone; Roulston
  • Mussenden, William, England (lands in Carnmoney), PRONI; Roulston and Grenham
  • Neale, John, Magheramorne; PRONI; Roulston
  • Nesbitt, Miss Catherine Jamison Downing, Leixlip, Kildare; 321 acres Antrim; 1,529 acres Galway; 36 acres Kildare; 2,555 acres Offaly (King's), 620 acres Limerick; 5,638 acres Derry (Londonderry); 3,641 acres Roscommon;
  • O'Hara Estate, Crebilly; PRONI; Roulston
  • O'Hara, Charles, J.P., Ballymoney, 315 acres; PRONI; Roulston
  • O'Neill, William, Rev. Lord, Shane's Castle, 64,163 acres; Roulston and Grenham
  • Owens Estate, see also Holestone Estate, Holestone, Doagh, 3,766 acres; PRONI; Roulston
  • Pakenham, Rev. Arthur Hercules, Longford Lodge, Crumlin, 14,629 acres; PRONI; Grenham
  • Redford Estate, Antrim; PRONI; Roulston
  • Richardson Estate, Carncastle; PRONI; Roulston
  • Rowan, Rev. R. Wilson, Dundsford, County Down, 3,423 acres
  • Rowan Estate, Ballymoney; Roulston
  • Rowan Estate, Mullans; PRONI; Roulston
  • Saunders Estate, Belfast, Carrickfergus, Newtownards and Comber; Roulston and Grenham
  • Skeffington, Ballymoney; PRONI; Grenham
  • Smyth, Robert, J.P. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff Co. Westmeath, 1831 and Co. Antrim, 1852, Mullingar, Westmeath; 5,592 acres Antrim; 6,287 acres Westmeath;
  • Stewart Estate, Ballintoy; PRONI; Roulston
  • Stewart Estate, Finvoy; PRONI; Roulston
  • Stewart Estate, Glenarm; PRONI; Roulston
  • Stewart, Captain John Donald Hamill, Ballyatwood, Down; 582 acres Antrim; 870 acres Tyrone;
  • Stewart-Moore - see Moore
  • Stewart/Traill Estate, Ballylough; PRONI; Roulston
  • Tempest, Lord Herbert Lionel Vane, 13,781 acres
  • Templetown, George Frederick Upton, 3rd Viscount, K.C.B., J.P. and D.L. Co. Antrim, Castle Upton, Templepatrick, Antrim; 10,239 acres Antrim; 12,845 acres Monaghan; PRONI Ref. T712/1; Roulston
  • Turnly, Robert
  • Upton Estate - see Templetown; Roulston
  • Vesey Estate, Carrickfergus; PRONI; Roulston
  • Wallace, Sir Richard, Bart, M.P., Blaris, 58,365 acres; PRONI; Grenham
  • Wardlaw, General, Dublin, 3,696 acres
  • Waveney, Robert Alexander Shafto, 1st Baron, Lord, The Castle, Ballymena, 6,546 acres
  • White, Major, 5,996 acres
  • Wilson Estate, Ballyclare; Roulston
  • Wray Estate, Dunseverick; PRONI; Roulston

Armagh[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Armagh

Public Record Office, Northern Ireland eCatalogue Type in the PRONI Ref: following the description listed below.

  • Alexander, Henry, D.L., Forkhill, Dundalk, 8,324 acres, Armagh; PRONI eCatalogue entry D4338 Leases and Indentures on the Forkhill Estate
  • Archbishop of Armagh, City of Armagh; PRONI Introduction to the Armagh Diocesan Registry Archive Roulston and Grenham
  • Atkinson and Hoop(e) Estate, Tartaraghan, PRONI eCatalogue entry Atkinson Family Estate Papers Roulston
  • Bacon (Richardson), Mrs., The Castle, Richill, 5,816 acres, Armagh; PRONI eCatalogue entry Gosford Estate Papers Grenham
  • Balfour, Blayney Townley, J.P. and D.L. Co. Louth, High Sheriff 1841, Townley Hall, Drogheda, Louth; 645 acres Armagh; 3139 acres Louth; 1,453 acres Meath; 1,623 acres Westmeath; 76 acres Tyrone;
  • Ball, Thomas P., Reps. of Castleblayney, County Monaghan, 5,085 acres, Armagh; PRONI eCatalogue entry Corr and O'Connor Papers Roulston
  • Blacker, Major Stewart, J.P., Carrickblacker, 1,466 acres, Armagh; PRONI eCatalogue entry Estates in Counties Armagh, Down, and Tyrone Roulston and Grenham
  • Bond, Joshua Walter McGough and Bond, William M'Geough, The Argory, Moy, 3,992 acres, Armagh; and 27 acres, Louth; PRONI eCatalogue entry MacGeough Bond Papers
  • Brownlow Estate, see Lurgan, Lord, 2nd Baron, Charles Brownlow, K.P.
  • Caledon, Earls of, (James Alexander), Caledon, Tyrone, 29,236 acres, Tyrone; and 2,877 acres, Armagh; PRONI eCatalogue entry Caledon Papers Roulston and Grenham
  • Charlemont, Earl of, K.P. Caulfield, James Molyneux, Castle Caulfield, 20,695 acres, Armagh; 222 acres, Dublin; and 5,903 acres, Tyrone; PRONI eCatalogue entry Leases of the Earl of Charlemont Family History Library microfilm 258,606, item 9; DGS 8683735 Roulston and Grenham
  • Clermont, Lord, 1st Baron, Thomas Fortescue, J.P. Armagh, J.P. and D.L. Co. Louth, High Sheriff, Clermont Park and Ravensdale, Dundalk, Louth; 758 acres Armagh; 20,369 acres Louth;
  • Close, Maxwell Charles, M. P., J.P. and D.L. Co. Armagh, High Sheriff 1854, Drumbanagher, 9,087 acres, Armagh; and 3,678 acres, Laois (Queen's);
  • Commissioners of Education, Endowed Schools, Ireland, 1,275 acres Armagh; 943 acres Cavan; 7,837 acres Donegal; 3,961 acres Tyrone;
  • Cope, Francis Robert, Manor House, Loughgall, 9,912 acres, Armagh
  • Crawford, Andrew J., Dublin, 5,258 acres Armagh
  • Dartrey, 1st Earl of, Richard Dawson, K.P., Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum, Co. Monaghan, Dartrey House, Dawson Grove, Monaghan; 1,565 acres Armagh; 1,578 acres Louth; 17,345 acres Monaghan; 7,985 acres Waterford; PRONI Introduction to the Dartrey Papers Roulston and Grenham
  • Dawson Estate, (Richard Dawson, K.P., 1st Earl) Dawson Grove, Dartry House, Monaghan, 1,565 acres, Armagh; 1,578 acres, Louth, 17,345 acres Monaghan, and 7,985 acres Waterford; PRONI Introduction to the Dartrey Papers Roulston and Grenham
  • De Salis, the late Count, Tandragee, Armagh; 3,663 acres Armagh; 4,026 acres Limerick;
  • Gosford, Earl of (Archibald Brabazon Sparrow Acheson, K.P., 4th Earl), Acheson family, Gosford Castle, Markethill, Armagh, 12,177 acres, Armagh and 6,417 acres Cavan, Markethill; PRONI Introduction to the Gosford Papers; Roulston and Grenham
  • Hamilton-Jones, Thomas Morr, Moneyglass House, Toome Bridge, Antrim and Jonesborough House, Flurrybridge, Louth, 2,212 acres, Antrim; 3,027 acres, Armagh; 690 acres, Down; 3,690 acres, Fermanagh; and 268 acres, Tyrone
  • Kilmorey, Earl of, (Francis Jack Needham, 2nd Earl), Mourne Park, Rostrevor, Down, 3,061 acres, Armagh; and 3,448 acres Down
  • Littledale, William Francis, 9 Upper Ormond Quay, Dublin and Whaley Abbey, Rathdrum, Wicklow; 530 acres Armagh; 12 acres Meath; 4,041 acres Wicklow;
  • Lurgan, Lord, 2nd Baron, Charles Brownlow, K.P., Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Armagh, J.P. and D.L. Co. Down, Brownlow House, Lurgan, Armagh; 15,166 acres Armagh; 110 acres Down; PRONI Introduction to the Brownlow Papers Settlement and Survival on an Ulster Estate - The Brownlow Leasebook 1667-1711 edited by R.G. Gillespie, published by PRONI, Belfast, 1988, Family History Library Catalog Roulston and Grenham
  • MacGeough, Robert John, Drumsill; PRONI Introduction to the MacGeough Bond Papers Roulston and Grenham
  • Manchester, 7th Duke of, William Drogo Montague, K.P., J.P. and D.L. Hampshire, England, J.P. Co. Armagh, Tandragee Castle, Armagh and Kimbolton Castle, Huntingdon, England; 12,298 acres Armagh;
  • Molyneux, Sir Capel, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Armagh, High Sheriff 1867 Co. Armagh, Castledillon, Armagh; 3,416 acres Armagh; 2,426 acres Kildare; 1,388 acres Limerick; 5,463 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Powerscourt, 7th Viscount, K.P., Mervyn Wingfield, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wicklow, J.P. Cos. Dublin, Tyrone and Wexford, Powerscourt Castle, Enniskerry, Wexford; 31 acres Armagh, 618 acres Cork; 11,729 acres Wexford; 36,693 acres Wicklow;
  • Richardson, John G., Moyallan, Down; 5,974 acres Armagh; 286 acres Down;
  • Stronge, Colonel Sir Jas. Matthew, Bart., M.P. Co. Armagh, 1864-74, J.P. and D.L. Co. Armagh, High Sheriff, 1864, Tynan Abbey, Tynan, Armagh and Mulnaver, Drumquin, Tyrone, 4,404 acres Armagh; 124 acres Derry (Londerry); 8,426 acres Tyrone;
  • Synge, Alexander H., England; 3,275 acres Armagh;
  • Synnot, Mark Seaton, J.P. Co. Armagh, High Sheriff, 1877, Ballymoyer, Newtown Hamilton, Armagh; 7,321 acres Armagh;
  • Verner, Sir William Edward Hercules, Bart., Churchill, Verner's Bridge, Moy, Tyrone; 5,436 acres Armagh, 2,526 acres Monaghan, 16,042 acres Tyrone; 140 acres Wicklow;
  • Wilson, Joseph, Dublin; 4,049 acres Armagh; 308 acres Dublin;
  • Williams, Edward Wilmot, J.P. and D.L. Dorset County, England, Herringston, Dorchester, Dorset, England; 96 acres Armagh; 6,884 acres Offaly (King's);

Carlow[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland, Rentals in County Carlow NLI

  • Beresford, Denis W. Pack, Fenagh Lodge, Kildare Street, Dublin, 5,567 acres
  • Bessborough, 5th Earl of, John George Brabazon Ponsonby, Bessborough House, Piltown, Kilkenny; 10,578 acres Carlow; 23,967 acres Kilkenny; 129 acres Tipperary; Bessborough Papers, Ponsonby Family, Earls of Bessborough, 1826-43 Collection List No. 25 pdf for the Bessborough Papers.
  • Bindon, Lady Henrietta, National Library Mss. 3071 Grenham
  • Browne, Robert Clayton, Browne's Hill, Carlow, 4,410 acres Carlow, 163 acres Laois (Queen's); Maps and Surveys of Clayton Browne's Estate, 1839-1899
  • Bruen, Henry, M. P. Co. Carlow, J.P. and D.L. Co. Carlow, High Sheriff, 1853, Oak Park, Carlow and Coolbawn, Enniscorthy, Wexford, 16,477 acres Carlow, 718 acres Galway, 248 acres Kildare, 6,932 acres Wexford; Bruen of Oak Park Papers Includes Collection List No. 23 pdf for the Bruen Family Papers, 1789-1921, Mss. 29,771-29, 785; 32,483.
  • Burton, William Fitzwilliam, Burton Hall, Carlow, 4,422 acres Carlow, 577 acres Kildare, 587 acres Offaly (King's), 155 acres Laois (Queen's), 32 acres Wicklow
  • Butler, Sir Thomas Pierce, Bart., Ballintemple, Tullow and Garryhundon, Carlow, 6,455 acres Carlow;
  • Clonmel, 4th Earl of, John Hentry Reginald Scott, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kildare, Bishop's Court, Straffan, Kildare; 1,945 acres Carlow; 79 acres Dublin; 1,906 acres Kildare; 2,135 acres Kilkenny; 1,904 acres Limerick; 1,952 acres Monaghan; 11,098 acres Tipperary;
  • Courtown, 5th Earl of, James George Henry Stopford, House of Peers, Lord Saltersford, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wexford, High Sheriff, 1848, Courtown House, Gorey, 7,395 acres Carlow, 14,262 acres Wexford; Stopford Family, Earls of Courtown, 18th - 20th century FHL microfiche British 6070055, published by Chadwyck-Healey, 1988, consult WorldCat for additional copies; Photograph of Courtown House, Gorey
  • Cuffe, Sir Charles Frederick Wheeler-Denny, Lyrath, Kilkenny; Grenham
  • Dawson, Grenham
  • Downings Estate, Lands of Patrick and Thomas Bolger
  • Doyne, Charles Mervyn, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wexford, High Sheriff, 1873, High Sheriff Co. Carlow, 1875, Wells, Gorey, Wexford; 3,203 acres Carlow; 518 acres Kildare; 7,134 acres Wexford; National Library Mss. 29,770 Doyne Family and Estate Papers 1660-1939 NLI Collection List No. 24 Doyne Papers
  • Duckett, William, Duckett's Grove, Carlow, 3,441 acres Carlow, 300 acres Dublin, 499 acres Kildare, 1,096 acres Wicklow
  • Farnham, Earl of (Maxwell Family), Farnham Papers, 1600 - c.1950 Includes Collection List No. 95 pdf for the Farnham Papers Grenham
  • Fishbourne, William, Font Hill, Carlow, 28 acres Carlow, 274 acres Kildare; Grenham
  • Frankfort de Montmorency, 2nd Viscount, Lodge Raymond de Montmorency, Theydon Bower, Epping, Essex, England; 636 acres Carlow; 1,045 acres Cavan; 4,610 acres Kilkenny;
  • Hall-Dare, Robert W., Newtownbarry, Wexford, 5,627 acres Carlow, 5,239 acres Wexford; Photograph of Hall Dare House, Newtonbarry, Co. Wexford
  • Hamilton, James Hans, Grenham
  • Kavanagh, Arthur MacMorrough, M.P. Carlow 1868, Borris House, Carlow, 16,051 acres Carlow, 7,341 acres Kilkenny, 620 acres Westmeath, 5,013 acres Wexford;
  • Kavanagh, Thomas, Grenham
  • Kavanagh, Grenham
  • McClintock-Bunbury, Thomas Kane, Lisnevagh, Tullow, Carlow, 4,960 acres Carlow
  • McClintock-Bunbury, John William, 3,098 acres Carlow
  • Newton, Philip Charles, Mount Leinster, Borris, Carlow, 4,294 acres Carlow
  • Newton, Philip Jocelyn, Dunleckney Manor, Bagenalstown, Carlow, 5,037 acres Carlow
  • O'Brien, Grenham
  • O'Farrell, Rt. Hon. Richard More, P.C. (1847), J.P. and D.L. Co. Kildare; 1,106 acres Carlow; 3,213 acres Kildare; 449 acres Longford; 380 acres Meath;
  • Ormond, Duke of, Ormond Family Papers, 1530-1850 Includes Collection List A17 pdf Inventory Grenham
  • Paul, Sir, Robert Joshua, Paulville, Carlow, 1,401 acres Carlow, 708 acres Kerry, 243 acres Waterford; Grenham
  • Seaton, Lord, 2nd Baron, James Colborne, Bert House, Athy, Kildare; 1,167 acres Carlow; 1,429 acres Kildare; 3,101 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Tighe, Right Hon. William Fred. Fownes P.C., J.P. Cos. Carlow, Westmeath, and Wexford, High Sheriff Co. Kilkenny 1823 and Co. Carlow, 1839, Woodstock, Inistiogue, Kilkenny; 3,909 acres Carlow; 12,046 acres Kilkenny; 5,500 acres Westmeath; 591 acres Wexford; 1,183 acres Tipperary; National Library Mss. 871 Rentals (1814-1827)
  • Tottenham, Lieut. Col. Charles George, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wicklow, M.P. New Ross, 1863-68, Ballycurry, Ashford, Wicklow; 280 acres Carlow; 1,631 acres Sligo; 7,066 acres Wexford; 2,540 acres Wicklow;
  • Vigors, Major John Cliffe, Burgage, Leighlin Bridge, Cavan, 1,327 acres Carlow, 515 acres Wexford; Grenham
  • Waldron, Lawrence, Ballybrack, Killiney, Dublin and Helen Park, Killenaule, Tipperary; 188 acres Carlow; 11 acres Dublin; 460 acres Kilkenny; 837 acres Mayo; 570 acres Roscommon; 4,060 acres Tipperary;

Cavan[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Cavan

Public Record Office, Northern Ireland eCatalogue Type in the PRONI Ref: following the description listed below.

  • Annesley, Earl of (Hugh Anesley, 5th Earl): Sackville St. Club, Dublin; Grenham
  • Beresford, Lord Charles Wm., M.P.: Curraghmore, Waterford, 8,817 acres Cavan, 508 acres Leitrim, 7,946 acres Londonderry;
  • Beresford, J. D.: Dublin, 3,356 acres Cavan;
  • Beresford, Rt. Hon. and Most Rev. Marcus Gervais, D.D.: The Palace Armagh, 6,218 acres Cavan, 94 acres King’s, 950 acres Leitrim 950, 21 acres Meath, 273 acres Tyrone;
  • Burrowes, Robert: Stradone House, Stradone, 9,572 acres Dublin;
  • Clements, Henry Theophilus, J.P. and D.L. Co. Cavan, High Sheriff 1849, Ashfield, Cootehill, Cavan; 3,908 acres Cavan, 752 acres Leitrim; 174 acres Waterford; Clements Estate, Co. Cavan 1774-1844.
  • Clements, Theophilus Henry, J.P. and D.L. Co. Cavan, High Sheriff 1857, Rakenny, Tullyvin, Cootehill; 2,426 acres Cavan; 632 acres Meath;
  • Coote, Colonel Geo. Chas. Henry: 2,235 acres Cavan;
  • Commissioners of Education, Endowed Schools, Ireland, 1,275 acres Armagh; 943 acres Cavan; 7,837 acres Donegal; 3,961 acres Tyrone; Grenham
  • Dease, James Arthur: Turbotstown, Coole, Westmeath, 4,647 acres Cavan, 2,315 acres Westmeath;
  • Dunsany, Lord, 15th Baron, Edward Plunkett, J.P. and D.L. Co. Meath, Dunsany Castle, Navan, Meath; 31 acres Cavan; 1,530 acres Kilkenny; 3,988 acres Meath;
  • Farnham, Lord (Somerset Richard Maxwell, 8th Baron): 118 Newington Green road, Farnham, Cavan, 29,455 acres Cavan; Farnham papers, ca. 1600-ca. 1950, Lease between Somerset Richard Lord Farnham and Thomas Hanna. Grenham
  • Fay, John: Moyne Hall, Cavan, 4,179 acres Cavan;
  • Finlay, John: Brackley House, Bawnboy, 4,337 acres Cavan;
  • Frankfort de Montmorency, 2nd Viscount, Lodge Raymond de Montmorency, Theydon Bower, Epping, Essex, England; 636 acres Carlow; 1,045 acres Cavan; 4,610 acres Kilkenny;
  • Garvagh, Dowager Lady: Garvagh, Londonderry, 5,803 acres Cavan, 1,176 acres Down, 7,388 acres Londonderry; Grenham
  • Gosford, Earl of (Archibald Brabazon Sparrow Acheson, K.P., 4th Earl): Gosford Castle, Markethill, Armagh, 12,177 acres Armagh, 6,417 acres Cavan; Grenham
  • Greville, Lord, 1st Baron, Fulke Southwell Greville Nugent, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Westmeath, 1871; J.P. Cos. Cavan, Longford, Monaghan, Roscommon and Hertfordshire [England], High Sheriff, 1850, 1,970 acres Cavan; 451 acres Cork; 1,236 acres Longford; 3,990 acres Roscommon; 9,783 acres Westmeath; Grenham
  • Hassard, Alexander Jason, Black Lion, Enniskillen, Fermanagh; 3,610 acres Cavan; 461 acres Fermanagh;
  • Hassard, Richard: 1 Westminster Chambers, London, 3,749 acres Cavan;
  • Headfort, 3rd Marquis of, Thomas Taylour, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Meath, J.P. and D.L. Co. Meath, High Sheriff, 1844, Meath, High Sheriff, 1855, Cavan; J.P. Co. Westmoreland, England, High Sheriff, 1868; 14,220 acres Cavan; 7,576 acres Meath;
  • Hodgson, Sir Geo. Fredk.: Hollybrooke House, Bray, 4,121 acres Cavan, 367 acres Meath, 720 acres Westmeath, 1,211 acres Wicklow;
  • Humphreys, Wm. Ballyhaise House, Cavan, 5,164 acres Cavan, 3,146 acres Westmeath;
  • Lanesborough, Earl of (John Vansittart Danvers Butler, 6th Earl): Lanesborough Lodge, Belturbet, Cavan, 7,946 acres Cavan, 6,606 acres Fermanagh;
  • Leslie, Sir John, Bart., M.P., M.P. Co. Monaghan, 1871; J.P. and D.L. Co. Monaghan; J.P. Co. Donegal, Glasslough, Monaghan, 1,375 acres Cavan, 28,827 acres Donegal, 1,768 acres Down, 877 acres Fermanagh, 2,344 acres Meath, 13,674 acres Monaghan, 1,103 acres Tyrone;
  • Lisgar, Lord: Ballieborough, Castle, Cavan, 8,503 acres Cavan;
  • Nesbitt, Alex.: Lismore, Waterford, 9,735 acres Cavan;
  • O'Reilly, Anthony: Baltrasna, Oldcastle, Meath, 3,053 acres Cavan, 1,536 acres Meath;
  • Parker, Mrs. Harriet: Whiteway, Chudleigh, Devonshire, 10,540 acres Cavan;
  • Pratt, Mervyn, J.P. and D.L. Co. Mayo; High Sheriff Co. Cavan, 1842, Co. Mayo, 1845 and Co. Meath 1876, Cabra Castle, Kingscourt, Cavan; Nobber, Meath; Enniscoe, Crosmolina, Mayo; 8,095 acres Cavan; 17,955 acres Mayo; 1,014 acres Meath; Grenham
  • Saunders, Richard: Dublin, 1,773 acres Cavan;
  • Saunderson, Major Edwd. James: Castle Saunderson, Belturbet, 12,362 acres, Cavan;
  • Saunderson, Major Llewelyn Treherne Bassett: Drumkeen House, Cavan, 4,160 acres Cavan;  
  • Singleton, Henry Sydenham: 22 Grosvenor Place, Dublin; 6,609 acres Cavan; 24 acres Drogheda Town; 1,463 acres Louth; 508 acres Meath;
  • Waterford, 5th Marquis of K.P., Lord Lieutenant and Custus Rotulorum of Co. and City of Waterford, 1874, Curraghmore, Portlaw, Waterford; 305 acres Cavan; 55 acres Kildare; 406 acres Kilkenny; 39,883 acres Waterford; 26,035 acres Wicklow;
  • White, Henry W., 322 acres Cavan; 3,197 acres Longford;

Clare[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Clare

  • Arthur, Francis: Dublin, 10,534 acres Clare;
  • Ball, Major Wm. Hawkins: 3,026 acres Clare, 78 acres Kilkenny;
  • Blood, Baggot: 38 Wellington road, Dublin, 4,460 acres Clare;
  • Browne, Wyndham: Newgrove, Tulla, Sixmilebridge, 5,960 acres Clare;
  • Burton, Francis Nathaniel V.: Carnelly, Clare Castle, and Carringaholt Kilrush, Clare, 9,669 acres Clare;
  • Butler, Lt.-Col. Augustine: Ballyline, Crusheen, 7,460 acres Clare;
  • Butler, Wm.: 27 South terrace, Cork, 2,352 acres Clare;
  • Callaghan, Fred. Marcus: 15 The Circus, Bath, 4,318 acres Clare, 1,025 acres Cork;
  • Comyn, Francis Lorenzo, J.P. Cos. Clare, Galway, and Mayo, High Sheriff 1868, Woodstock, Galway; Cushariga, Spiddall, Galway; Lisenarde, Ballyvaughan, Clare; and Carrowkeele, Lahardane, Mayo; 1,961 acres Clare; 7,267 acres Galway and Galway Town; 3,653 acres Mayo;
  • Conyngham, 3rd Marquis of, George Henry Conyngham, J.P. Kent, England, Slane Castle, Meath; Mount Charles, Donegal; Bifrons, Canterbury, Kent; 27,613 acres Clare; 122,300 acres Donegal; 7,060 acres Meath; Conyngham Papers, 1614-1935.
  • Creagh, Cornelius: Dungan, Tulla, Clare, 6,004 acres Clare;
  • Crowe, Thos.: Dromore, Ennis, 6,121 acres Clare;
  • Crowe, Wainwright: Cahercalla, Ennis, 3,126 acres Clare;
  • D'Arcy, Hyacinth, J.P. Co. Galway, New Forest, Ballinasloe, Galway; 3,129 acres Clare; 4,434 acres Galway; 3,871 acres Mayo;
  • De Boisi, Count and Countess, 243 Boulevard, St. Germains, Paris (with Smyth, Lary John, 4 Rue D'Aboukir, Courbevoise, Paris), 2,502 acres Clare; 544 acres Kilkenny; 1,547 acres Limerick; 3,381 acres Tipperary;
  • Delmege, John Christopher, J.P. Cos. Clare, Cork and Limerick, Castle Park, Limerick; 1,641 acres Clare; 77 acres Cork; 3,066 acres Limerick;
  • De Strafford-O'Brien, Henry, Cratloe Woods, Cratloe, Limerick; 11,105 acres Clare; 5,263 acres Limerick; 7,984 acres Tipperary;
  • Fitzgerald, Sir Augustine, Bart.: Carrigoran, Newmarket-on-Fergus, and Moy Lodge, Lahinch, Clare, 14,915 acres Clare;
  • Fitzgerald, Wm. Foster Vesey: Derrybrick, Kilmilhill, 3,581 acres Clare;
  • Fitzgerald, Wm. H. W.: Cliffe Hall, Darlington, Durham, 9,164 acres Clare;
  • Gore, Major Edward Arthur: Derrymore, O’Callaghan’s Mills, 8,561 acres Clare;
  • Gore, Francis Wm.: Kilmore, Knock, 3,042 acres Clare;
  • Griffith, Richard: Cork, 4,949 acres Clare;
  • Hall, Major Wm. James, R. A.: Narrowwater Castle, Warrenpoint, Down, 2,656 acres Armagh, 4,718 acres Clare, 3,648 acres Down;
  • Henn, Thos. Rice: Paradise House, Kildysert, 7,664 acres Clare;
  • Hickman, Hugh Palliser: Kinloe, Newmarket-on-Fergus, 3,030 acres Clare;
  • Inchiquin, Lord (Edward Donough O’Brien, 14th Baron): Dromoland, Newmarket-on-Fergus, 20,321 acres Clare; Inchiquin Papers, ca 1642-1929. Grenham
  • Keane, Marcus: Beechpark, Ennis, 4,784 acres Clare;
  • Kenny, Capt. Thos. Kelly: 5,736 acres Clare;
  • Keogh, Cornelius Alex.: Oakport, Boyle, Roscommon, 3,351 acres Clare, 2,023 acres Sligo;
  • Leconfield, Lord 2nd Baron, Henry Wyndham, Petworth House, Sussex, England; 37,292 acres Clare, 6,269 acres Limerick, 273 acres Tipperary;
  • Limerick, 3rd Earl of, William Hale John Charles Pery, J.P. and D.L. Co. Limerick, J.P. Cos. Clare and Cork, Dromore Castle, Pallaskenry, Limerick; 1550 acres Clare; 76 acres Cork; 4,083 acres Limerick;  
  • Lynch, Major Jno. Wilson: Renmore, Galway, and Duras, Kinvara, Galway; 3,106 acres Clare, 5,408 acres Galway, 381 acres Galway town;
  • M'Donnell, Col. Wm. Edward. A.: New Hall, Ennis, Liscrona House, Kilkee, 6,670 acres Clare;
  • MacMahon, Sir William Samuel, Bart., Fecarry House, Mountfield, Omagh, Tyrone; 4,671 acres Clare; 16,326 acres Tyrone;
  • MacNamara, Hy. Valentine and MacNamara, W. J.: Ennistymon House, Clare, 15,246 acres Clare;
  • Massey-Westropp, John: Attyflin park, Patrick’s Well, Cork, 3,683 acres Clare, 387 acres Cork, 592 acres Limerick;
  • Molony, Hy. G.: Limerick, 5,664 acres Clare;
  • Molony, Major Wm. Mills: Kiltannon, Tulla, 10,095 acres Clare;
  • Moreland, Wm. John H.: Raheen Manor, Tomgraney, Limerick, 5,118 acres Clare, 675 acres Limerick;
  • Norbury, 4th Earl of, William Brabason Lindesay Toler, Valance, Westerham, Kent, England; 2,453 acres Clare; 1,024 acres Mayo; 1,006 acres Sligo; 7,798 acres Tipperary;
  • O'Brien, James, J.P. and D.L. Co. Clare, High Sheriff 1858, Ballinalacken Castle, Lisdoonvarna, Clare; 5,575 acres; 36 acres Limerick;
  • O'Callaghan, Chas. Geo.: Ballinahinch, Tulla, Clare, 8,735 acres Clare;
  • O'Callaghan, Lt.-Colonel John: Maryfort, Tulla, 4,842 acres Clare;
  • O'Connell, John C. W. Coppinger: Ballylean Lodge, Killadysart, 4,740 acres Clare;
  • O'Grady, Gilbert, Landscape, Clonlara, Clare; 63 acres Clare; 1,488 acres Limerick;
  • Parker, Anthony, J.P. Co. Tipperary, High Sheriff, 1876, Castlelough, Killaloe, Limerick; 60 acres Clare; 643 acres Cork; 3,806 acres Tipperary;
  • Paterson, Lt.-Colonel Marcus: Clifden House, Corrofin, 4,247 acres Clare;
  • Purdon, Geo. F. Ponsonby: Tinerana Killaloe, 6,298 acres Clare;
  • Quin, Lord George, D.L. Co. Cavan, Quinsborough, Sixmilebridge, Clare; 2,850 acres Clare; 889 acres Limerick; 3,078 acres Tipperary;
  • Sampson, Donat: 3 Hampton square, London, 8,501 acres Clare;
  • Sampson, George: Belmount Castleconnell, Limerick, 3,596 acres Clare;
  • Scott, John C.: 6,431 acres Clare;
  • Smyth, Lary John, Paris - see De Boisi, Count and Countess
  • Spaight, William, J.P. Co. Clare and Tipperary, Derry Castle, Killaloe, Clare; 315 acres Clare; 4,597 acres Tipperary;
  • Stackpoole, Richard: Edenvale, Ennis, 7,381 acres Clare;
  • Stackpoole, Wm.: Ballyalla, Ennis, 7,441 acres Clare;
  • Stewart, Jno. Vandeleur: Rock Hill, Letterkenny, Donegal, 4,551 acres Clare, 538 acres Donegal;
  • Stratford, John Wingfield, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kent, High Sheriff, 1873, 2,213 acres Clare; 2,502 acres Limerick; 2,361 acres Mayo; 6,555 acres Sligo; 201 acres Wicklow;
  • Trench, Henry, J.P. Co. Tipperary and Offaly (King's), High Sheriff, 1842, Cangort Park, Roscrea, Tipperary; 704 acres Clare; 1,581 acres Galway; 2,113 acres Offaly (King's); 1,926 acres Limerick; 432 acres Roscommon; 4,707 acres Tipperary;
  • Vandeleur, Col. Crofton Moore: Kilrush House, Kilrush, Clare, 19,790 acres Clare, 416 acres Limerick; Figures in a famine landscape Grenham
  • Wandesford, Hon. E. B.
  • Westby, Edward Perceval: Roebuck Castle, Dundrum, Dublin, 25,779 acres Clare, 67 acres Dublin;
  • Westropp, Ralph: 8 Trafalgar Terrace, Monkstown, Dublin, 2,352 acres Clare; Grenham
  • White, Hon. Charles William, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Clare, 1872, M.P. Co. Tipperary, 1866-75, Cahercon, Killadysert and Annaly Lodge, Broadford, Clare; 18,266 acres Clare, 5,731 acres Tipperary;

Cork[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Cork

  • Aldworth, Richard Oliver: Newmarket House, Kanturk, co. Cork, 8,064 acres Cork, 675 acres Limerick;
  • Bagwell, John, J.P. Co. Waterford, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, High Sheriff, 1834, Marlfield, Clonmel, Tipperary and Belgrave, Queenstown, Cork; 509 acres Cork; 351 acres Galway; 3,519 acres Tipperary; 778 acres Waterford;
  • Baldwin, James: Mount Pleasant, Bandon, 3,188 acres Cork;
  • Bandon, Earl of (Francis Bernard, 3rd Earl): Castle Bernard, Bandon, 40,941 acres Cork;
  • Bantry, Earl of (William Henry Hare Hedges White, 3rd Earl): Bantry House and Macroom Castlet, co. Cork, 69,500 acres Cork;
  • Barry, Arthur Hugh Smith, J.P. and D.L. Co. Cork, Foaty, Queenstown, Cork and Marbury Hall, Norwich, Cheshire, England; 12,969 acres Cork and Cork City; 6,239 acres Louth; 8,620 acres Tipperary;
  • Barry, James, J.P. and D.L. Cos. Cork and Waterford, Moycollop Castle, Lismore and Ballyclough, Fermoy, Waterford; 3,910 acres Cork; 6,955 acres Waterford;
  • Barry, Richd. Hugh Smith: Ballyedmund, Midleton, 8,135 acres Cork;
  • Barter, John: Drumcarra, Macroom, 3,566 acres Cork;
  • Beamish, Robert D.: Castleview, Glanmire, 3,852 acres Cork;
  • Beamish, Sampson: Kilmalooda, Timoleague, 3,180 acres Cork;
  • Beamish, Thos.: Thomas Beamish, Reps. Of, or Thomas Beamish Hare Hill, Bandon?
  • Becher, Sir Henry Wrixon, Bart.: Ballygiblin, Mallow, 18,933 acres Cork, 358 acres Tipprary;
  • Bennett, John, High Sheriff, 1864, Grange, Clareen, Parsonstown, Offaly (King's); 1,032 acres Offaly (King's); 502 acres Cork; 30 acres Tipperary; 32 acres Wicklow;
  • Bowen, Robert Cole, J.P. Cos. Cork and Tipperary, High Sheriff, Co. Tipperary, Bowenscourt, Kildorrery, Cork; 1,680 acres Cork; 5,060 acres Tipperary;
  • Browne, Wyndham: Newgrove, Tulla, Sixmilebridge, 5,960 acres Clare;
  • Carbery, Lord (George Patrick Percy Evans-Freke, 7th Baron): Castlefreke, Cork, 13,692 acres Cork, 524 acres Kilkenny, 2,724 acres Limerick, 2,919 acres Queen’s;  
  • Chatterton, General Sir James: 4,660 acres Cork;
  • Clarke, Wm.: Farrans, Ovens, 5,679 acres Cork;
  • Cliffe, Anthony, J.P. Co. Wexford, High Sheriff, 1822, Bellevue, Killurin, Enniscorthy, Wexford; 953 acres Cork; 2,236 acres Kilkenny; 276 acres Meath; 4,459 acres Wexford;
  • Clinton, Lord Chas. Pelham: 13,563 acres Cork;
  • Colley, Hon. George Francis, J.P. Co. Kildare; Ferney, Stillorgan, Dublin; 603 acres Cork; 4,216 acres Kildare;
  • Collins, Jno. S.: 2,849 acres Cork;
  • Collis, Rev. Maurice Atkin Cooke, D.D.: Queenstown, 5,177 acres Cork, 664 acres Tipperary;
  • Colthurst, Sir Geo. Conway, Bart.: Ardrum, Inniscarra, and Ballyvourney, Cork, 31,260 acres Cork; Grenham
  • Coltsmann, Daniel Cronin: Flesk Castle, Killarney, 4,478 acres Cork, 10,316 acres Kerry;
  • Conner, Daniel: Manche House, Ballineen, Cork, 4,194 acres Cork;
  • Coote, Charles Purdon: Bearforest, and Ballyclough Castle, Mallow, 4,518 acres Cork;
  • Cork and Orrery, 9th Earl of, Richard Edmund St. Lawrence Boyle, K.P., P.C., Marston Hall, Frome, Somersetshire, England; 20,165 acres Cork; 11,531 acres Kerry; 3,189 acres Limerick;
  • Cotter, Sir Jas. Lawrence, Bart & Delacour, Rev. R. W. (Joint Owners): Sunnyhill, Mallow, 7,873 acres Cork, Unknown acres Cork City;
  • Crofton, Henry E.: Dublin, 5,809 acres Cork;
  • Cuthbert, Thos.: Garrettstown, Ballinspittle, Kinsale, 3,906 acres Cork;
  • Davis, John: Rathpeacon, Cork, 3,167 acres Cork;
  • Delacour, James: Sunny Hill, Mallow, 4,507 acres Cork;
  • Delacour, Rev. Robert William (see Cotter, Sir Jas. Lawrence above): Wingfield, Hamlet road, Upper Norwood, London, 872 acres Cork;
  • Delmege, John Christopher, J.P. Cos. Clare, Cork and Limerick, Castle Park, Limerick; 1,641 acres Clare; 77 acres Cork; 3,066 acres Limerick;
  • DeVesci, 4th Viscount, John Robert William, J.P. Laois (Queen's) Co., 818 acres Cork; 420 acres Dublin; 15,069 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Devonshire, 7th Duke of, William Cavendish, K.G., F.R.S., LL.D., M.P. Cambridge University 1829-30, Malton, 1831, and North Derbyshire, England, 1832-34, 78 Piccadilly, Bolton Abbey, Yorkshire, England; 32,550 acres Cork, 3 acres Tipperary, 27,483 acres Waterford;
  • Doneraile, Lord, 4th Viscount, Hayes St. Leger, 33 Grosvenor Street, London, England; 8,374 acres Cork; 6,584 acres Waterford; Grenham
  • Donoughmore, 5th Earl of, John Luke George Hutchinson, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, J.P. Co. Waterford, Knocklofty, Clonmel, Tipperary; 1,972 acres Cork; 143 acres Dublin; 486 acres Kilkenny; 80 acres Louth; 373 acres Monaghan; 4,711 acres Tipperary; 2,878 acres Waterford; 1,307 acres Wexford;
  • Downing, M'Carthy, M. P.: Prospect House, Skibbereen, 3,466 acres Cork, 601 acres Kerry;
  • Egmont, Earl of (Charles George Perceval, 7th Earl): Lohort Castle, Mallow, 16,929 acres Cork;
  • Fermoy, Lord (Edward Fitz Edmund Burke Roche, 2nd Baron): Trabolgan, Cloyne, Cork, 15,543 acres Cork, 774 acres Waterford;
  • Fitzgerald, Robert Uniacke Penrose, J.P. and D.L. Co. Cork, Cookbeg House, Whitegate, Cork; 5,307 acres Cork; 764 acres Laois (Queen's);  
  • Fleming, Beecher Lionel: New Court, Skibbereen, 3,256 acres Cork;
  • Foott, Henry Baldwin: Carrigacunna Castle, Killivullen, Mallow, 3,171 acres Cork;
  • French, Rt. Hon. Fitzstephen, M.P. Roscommon, Lough Erritt, Frenchpark, Roscommon; 79 acres Cork; 12,270 acres Roscommon; 1,224 acres Sligo;
  • French, Sampson Towgood Wynne: Cuskinny, Queenstown, 5,310 acres Cork;
  • Grehan, George Clonmeen, Banteer, 7,319 acres; Irish Archives Resources The Grehan Estate Collection, Boole Library, University College Cork; Download Descriptive Inventory
  • Greville, Lord, 1st Baron, Fulke Southwell Greville Nugent, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Westmeath, 1871; J.P. Cos. Cavan, Longford, Monaghan, Roscommon and Hertfordshire [England], High Sheriff, 1850, 1,970 acres Cavan; 451 acres Cork; 1,236 acres Longford; 3,990 acres Roscommon; 9,783 acres Westmeath;
  • Harding, Henry: Firville, Macroom, 4,161 acres Cork;
  • Hare, John Pennefather, Durrow, Laois (Queen's); 188 acres Cork; 3,922 acres Tipperary;
  • Hartropp, Edward Bouchier, J.P. Co. Leicester, High Sheriff 1833, Dalby Hall, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, England; 2,467 acres Cork, 24,222 acres Kerry, 4,545 acres Limerick;
  • Hassett, John, Forest, Killenardish; 3,583 acres Cork;
  • Herrick, Thomas Bousfield: Shippool Castle, Innishannon, 3,289 acres Cork;
  • Hudson, Henry: Grenville, Cork, 5,086 acres Cork;
  • Hungerford, Henry James (Jones): Cahermore House, Roscarberry, 3,532 acres Cork;
  • Hutchins, Emanuel: 95 Lower Leeson street, Dublin, 7,858 acres Cork, 362 acres Westmeath;
  • Hyde, John: Cregg, Fermoy, 8,919 acres Cork;
  • Jackson, William Oliver: Ahanesk, Middleton, Cork, 3,491 acres Cork, 1,052 acres Waterford;
  • Johnson, Noble: Rockenham, Passage West, Cork, 3,400 acres Cork;
  • Jones, William Bence: Lisselane, Clonakilty, 3,789 acres Cork;
  • Kenmare, Earl of, K.P., P.C. (Valentine Augustus Browne, 4th Earl); 22,700 acres Cork, 91,080 acres Kerry, 4,826 acres Limerick; Ledgers containing the Right Honorable Lord Viscount Kenmare's estates in Kerry, Limerick and Bantry Family History Library (FHL) microfilm numbers, rent rolls; 1740, FHL 101,772; 1747-1761, FHL 101773; 1762-1779, FHL 101,774; 1779-1789, FHL 101,775; 1782, 1780-1790, FHL 101,776; 1790-1811, FHL 101,777; 1827-1846, FHL 101,778; and 1847-1859, FHL 101,779.
  • Kingston, Dowager Countess of: Mitchelstown Castle, Mitchelstown, 24,421 acres Cork, 250 acres Limerick;
  • Leader, Nicholas Philpot: Dromagh Castle, Kanturk, Cork, 5,632 acres Cork;
  • Leader, Capt. Thomas Leonard: Ashgrove, Macroom, 3,709 acres Cork;
  • Leader, William Nicolas: Rossnalee, Banteer, 5,586 acres Cork, 821 acres Cork
  • Leahy, Daniel Francis: Shanakiel House, Cork, 2,364 acres Cork;
  • Levis, John Samuel: Glenview, Skibbereen, 4,149 acres Cork;
  • Limerick, 3rd Earl of, William Hale John Charles Pery, J.P. and D.L. Co. Limerick, J.P. Cos. Clare and Cork, Dromore Castle, Pallaskenry, Limerick; 1550 acres Clare; 76 acres Cork; 4,083 acres Limerick;
  • Limrick, John: Union Hall, Leap, 8,181 acres Cork;
  • Lismore, 2nd, Viscount, George Ponsonby O’Callaghan, P.C., Shanbally Castle, Clogheen, Tipperary, 6,067 acres Cork, 1,194 acres Limerick, 34,945 acres Tipperary;
  • Listowell, Earl of (William Hare, K.P., 3rd Earl): Cavanamore Mallow, Cork, 5,541 acres Cork, 25,964 acres Kerry;
  • Longfield, M.: Castlemary, Cloyne, 10,813 acres Cork;
  • Longfield, Richard: Longueville, Mallow, Cork, 9,410 acres Cork, 1,881 acres Limerick;
  • Low, John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Limerick, High Sheriff 1852, Sunville, Kilfanane, Limerick; 132 acres Cork; 3,204 acres Limerick;
  • Lysaght, Hon. George: Queenstown, 5,408 acres Cork;
  • M'Bride, James: Greenock, N.B., 4,629 acres Cork;
  • M'Carthy, Alexander: Which one?
  • M'Cartie, Justin: Carrignavar, 3,435 acres Cork;
  • Massy, William Hugh Hutchinson: Mountmassy, Macroom, 13,363 acres Cork;
  • Midleton, Viscount (William Brodrick, 8th Viscount): Caherimore, Midleton, Cork, 6,188 acres Cork;
  • Morris, Richard: Dunkettle, Cork, 6,494 acres Cork;
  • Mountcashell, Earl of (Stephen Moore, F.R.S., 3rd Earl): Moore Park, Kilworth, Cork, 5,961 acres Cork, Unknown acres Tipperary;
  • Murphy, Edward C.: Streamhill, Doneraile, 3,049 acres Cork;
  • Murphy, John, Dublin; 684 acres Cork; 59 acres Limerick; 5,362 acres Roscommon; 410 acres Westmeath;
  • Muskerry, Lord, 4th Baron, Hamilton Matthew Fitzmaurice Deane-Morgan, Springfield Castle, Drumcollogher, Co. Limerick; 28 acres Cork; 3,161 acres Limerick; 742 acres Tipperary; 912 acres Wexford;
  • Newman, Adam: Castle House, Monkstown, Cork, 4,127 acres Cork;
  • Newman, John Adam Richard: Dromore House, Mallow, 6,146 acres Cork;
  • O'Brien, Michael, Assolas, Kanturk; 186 acres Cork; 607 acres Limerick;
  • O'Connell, Morgan John, Killarney, Kerry' 1,102 acres Cork; 496 acres Kerry;
  • O'Donavan, Daniel: Warrensbrook, Enniskean, 1,220 acres Cork;
  • O'Grady, Standish Darby, J.P. Co. Cork, Aghamarta Castle, Carrigaline, Cork; 869 acres Cork; 1,111 acres Limerick;
  • O'Leary, John M'Carthy: Coomlagane, Millstreet, 5,896 acres Cork;
  • Oliver, Silver Charles: Inchera, Glounthaune, Cork, 6,738 acres Cork, 129 acres Kilkenny 129, 2,156 acres Limerick, 849 acres Tipperary;
  • Ormathwaite, Lord, 1st Baron, John Benn Walsh, M.P. Sudbury, 1830-34, 1839-40 and Radnorshire, 1840-68, Warfield Park, Bracknell, Berkshire, England; 2,206 acres Cork; 8,907 acres Kerry;
  • O'Sullivan, Daniel: Sidney place, Cork, 4,274 acres Cork;
  • Parker, Anthony, J.P. Co. Tipperary, High Sheriff, 1876, Castlelough, Killaloe, Limerick; 60 acres Clare; 643 acres Cork; 3,806 acres Tipperary;
  • Pine, Jasper: Passage, Cork, 3,178 acres Cork;
  • Ponsonby, Charles William Talbot: Park House, Younghal, 10,367 acres Cork;
  • Powerscourt, 7th Viscount, K.P., Mervyn Wingfield, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wicklow, J.P. Cos. Dublin, Tyrone and Wexford, Powerscourt Castle, Enniskerry, Wexford; 31 acres Armagh, 618 acres Cork; 11,729 acres Wexford; 36,693 acres Wicklow;
  • Putland, Charles: Bray Head, Bray, Wicklow, 4,521 acres Cork, 484 acres Tipperary, 295 acres Wicklow;
  • Puxley, Hanry Lavallin: Dunboy Castle, Berehaven, 9,158 acres Cork;
  • Rye, Richard Tonson: Rye Court, Crookstown, 3,412 acres Cork, 10 acres Cork city;
  • Shannon, Earl of (Henry Bentinck Boyle, 5th Earl): Castlemartyr, Cork, 11,232 acres Cork;
  • Shuldham, Major Edm. Anderson: Coolkelure, Drunmanway, 13,039 acres Cork;
  • Southwell, 4th Viscount, K.P., Thomas Arthur Joseph, Castle Matrix, Rathcoole, Limerick; 2,252 acres Cork; 1,147 acres Donegal; 329 acres Kerry; 4,017 acres Leitrim; 4,032 acres Limerick;
  • Stawell, Col. William St. Leger Alcock: The Castle, Kilbrittain, Bandon, 11,336 acres Cork, 318 acres Limerick;
  • Stawell, George: Crobeg, Doneraile, 3,222 acres Cork;
  • Sullivan, Thomas: The Retreat, Bandon, 3,264 acres Cork, 2,303 acres Kerry;
  • Swanton, James Hutchinson: Carrisbrook House and Rineen, Cork, 122 Pembroke Road, Dublin, 6,049 acres Cork;
  • Sweete, George S.: Greenville, Lissarda, 3,094 acres Cork;
  • Townsend, John H.: Myrosswood, Leap, Cork, 6,083 acres Cork;
  • Townsend, Rev. M.T.S.: England, 8,665 acres Cork;
  • Townsend, Richard: Clonfert House, Union Hall, Cork, 5,977 acres Cork;
  • Townsend, Richard Horatio: Carrycloyne, Cork, 3,932 acres Cork;
  • Waller, Rev. John Thomas, Rector of Kilcornan Parish, Diocese of Limerick, Castletown Manor, Pallaskenry, Limerick; 6,636 acres Limerick;
  • Wallis, Henry Aubrey Beaumont: Drishane Castle, Millstreet, Cork, 5,000 acres Cork;
  • Warren, Sir Augustus Riversdale, Bart.: Warren's Court, Lisardagh, Cork, 530 acres Down, 7,787 acres Cork;
  • Welply, James: Upton House, Bandon, 4,039 acres Cork;
  • Westhead, Joseph Proctor: Lea Castle, Wolverley, Worcestershire, 3,473 acres Cork;
  • White, Robert Hedges Eyre: Glengarriffe, Bantry, 16,175 acres Cork;
  • Wise, Francis: Cork, 9,912 acres Cork, 34 acres Cork city, 9,636 acres Kerry;
  • Wood, Colonel Andrew Jordaine: 10 Sydney Place, Cork, 6,176 acres Cork;
  • Woodley, Francis William: Leeds House, Killenardish, Macroom, 3,857 acres Cork;
  • Young, Henry Lindsay: Leemount, Carrigrohane, Cok, 5,669 acres Cork, 2,308 acres Waterford;

Derry/Londonderry[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Derry/Londonderry

Public Record Office, Northern Ireland eCatalogue Type in the PRONI Ref: following the description listed below.

  • Alexander, Samuel Maxwell: Roe Park, Limavady, 5,229 acres Londonderry;
  • Beresford, Lord Chas. Wiliam, M.P.: Curraghmore, Wateford, 8,817 acres Cavan, 508 acres Leitrim, 7,946 acres Londonderry; Roulston
  • Beresford, John Barre (insert special character for e): Learmount Castle and Ashbrook, Londonderry, 1,342 acres Donegal, 10,420 acres Londonderry, 1,111 acres Tyrone; Roulston
  • Browne, Major George: Cumber House, Claudy, Londonderry, 4,958 acres Londonderry;
  • Bruce, Sir Henry Hervey, Bart.: Downhill, Coleraine, 20,801 acres Londonderry; Grenham
  • Bruce, Stewart C.: The Cedards, Putney, London, 13,651 acres Londonderry; Grenham
  • Clark, James Johnstone: Largantogher House, Maghera, Londonderry, 3,555 acres Londonderry, 2,439 acres Tyrone;
  • Cromie, John: Cromore, Coleraine, 3,756 acres Antrim, 3,315 acres Londonderry;
  • Dolling, Robert Holbeche: The Manor, Kilrea, Londonderry, 1 acre Armagh, 340 acres Down, 3,609 acres Londonderry;
  • Drapers' Company, The: 27 Throgmorton st., E.C., 563 acres Meath, 27,025 acres Londonderry; Roulston and Grenham
  • Fishmongers' Company, The: Adelaide place, London Bridge, E.C., 20,509 acres Londonderry; Roulston
  • Garvagh, Dowager Lady: Garvagh, Londonderry, 31 Portman sq.,w., 5,803 acres Cavan, 1,176 acres Down, 7,388 acres Londonderry; Grenham
  • Grocers' Company, The: Hall court, London, E.C., 11,638 acres Londonderry; Roulston and Grenham
  • Henry, E.C.C.: Castle Towshend, Southend, Kent, 3,171 acres Londonderry;
  • Heygate, Sir Frederick William, Bart.: Balarena, Londonderry, 3,338 acres Donegall, 5,507 acres Londonderry;
  • Ironmongers' Company, The: London, Fenchurch street, E.C., 12,714 acres Londonderry; Roulston
  • Lennox-Conyngham, Conyngham, William, Springhill; PRONI eCatalog Lennox-Conyngham Papers Roulston and Grenham
  • Lyle, Rev. John: 3,071 acres Londonderry;
  • M'Causland, Connolly Thomas, J.P. and D.L. County Derry (Londonderry), High Sheriff, 1866, Drenagh, Limavady, 12,886 acres Londonderry, 4,799 acres Roscommon; Roulston and Grenham
  • Maxwell, Rev. Robert Walter: Birdstown, Derry, 4,516 acres Donegal, 3,570 acres Londonderry, 1,261 acres Tyrone;
  • Mercers' Company, The: 4 Ironmonger Lane, London, E.C., 21,241 acres Londonderry; Roulston
  • Miller, Rev. Alexander Kowley: Muff Glebe, Moneymore, 3,456 acres Londonderry;
  • Nesbitt, Miss Catherine Jamison Downing, Leixlip, Kildare; 321 acres Antrim; 1,529 acres Galway; 36 acres Kildare; 2,555 acres Offaly (King's), 620 acres Limerick; 5,638 acres Derry (Londonderry); 3,641 acres Roscommon;
  • Ogilby, the late Robert Leslie: Ardnagle, Limavady, 9,735 acres Londonderry;
  • O'Neill, Hon. Robert Leslie (Turrens): Shane's Castle, Antrim, 4,844 acres Londonderry, 804 acres Tyrone;
  • Richardson, James Greer: Trew Mount, May, Tyrone, 108 acres Armagh, 4,544 acres Donegal, 110 acres Down, 527 acres Tyrone;
  • Salters' Company, The, Magherafelt, 23,250 acres; PRONI eCatalog The Salter's Company Roulston and Grenham
  • Skinners' Company, The: 8 Downgate Hill, London, E.C., 34,772 acres Londonderry; Roulston and Grenham
  • Society, The Irish: Guildhall Yard, London, E.C., 841 acres Donegal, 6,075 acres Londonderry, 725 acres Tyrone;
  • Staples, Sir Alexander Nathaniel, Bart., J.P. Co. Tyrone, Lissan, Cookstown, Tyrone; 1,457 acres Dublin; 990 acres Derry (Londonderry); 3,078 acres Tyrone; Roulston and Grenham
  • Staples, Robert: Dunmore, Durrow, Queen's, 1,424 acres Queen's, 4,003 acres Londonderry, 1,385 acres Mayo;
  • Stevenson, James Spencer: Ballyveabeg, Kilkeel, 536 acres Down;
  • Strafford, Earl of (George Stevens Bing, P.C., F.R.S., 2nd Earl): 5 St. James' Square, s.w., 547 acres Cork, 7,647 acres Londonderry; Roulston
  • Stronge, Colonel Sir Jas. Matthew, Bart., M.P. Co. Armagh, 1864-74, J.P. and D.L. Co. Armagh, High Sheriff, 1864, Tynan Abbey, Tynan, Armagh and Mulnaver, Drumquin, Tyrone, 4,404 acres Armagh; 124 acres Derry (Londerry); 8,426 acres Tyrone;
  • Templemore, Lord, 2nd Baron, Henry Spencer Chichester, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wexford, Dunbrody Park, Arthurstown, Wexford; 10,856 acres Donegal, 26 acres Down, 1,890 acres Derry (Londonderry), 11,327 acres Wexford; Grenham

Donegal[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Donegal

Donegal County Archives Estate Records

Public Record Office, Northern Ireland eCatalogue Type in the PRONI Ref: following the description listed below.

  • Abercorn, 1st Duke of, James Hamilton, K.G., P.C., Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Donegal, 1844, Hampden House, Green St., London; 15,942 acres Donegal, 47,615 acres Tyrone; Grenham and Roulston
  • Adair, John George, J.P. Cos. Donegal, Kildare, and Tipperary: Glenveagh Castle, Donegal, 16,308 acres Donegal, 518 acres Kilkenny, 9,655 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Alexander, Leslie William: Frowick, Colchester, Essex, 4,771 acres Donegal; Grenham
  • Arran, Earl of (Philip York Gore, K.P., 4th Earl): Castle Gore, Mayo, and Pavilion, Hans place, s.w., 6,883 acres Donegal, 29,644 acres Mayo;
  • Atkinson, Thomas John: Cavangarden, Ballyshannon, 3,491 acres Donegal;
  • Barton, Baptist Johnston: Millford, Letterkenny, 8,017 acres Donegal;
  • Batt, Robert Narcissus: Purdystown, Newtownbreada, Belfast, 12,010 acres Down;
  • Boyd, John Robert: Ballymacool, Letterkenny, 5,001 acres Donegal;
  • Brooke, Thomas Young: Lough Esk House, Donegal, 15,134 acres Donegal;
  • Bustard, Ebenezer: Belville, Dunkineely, 10,249 acres Donegal;
  • Charley, John Stouppe: Arranmore, Letterkenny, Donegal, 6,498 acres Donegal;
  • Cochrane, Captain Ernest, Redcastle, Inishowen, Estate Papers with maps, correspondence and a journal, 1865-1950. Donegal County Archives
  • Commissioners of Education, Endowed Schools, Ireland, 1,275 acres Armagh; 943 acres Cavan; 7,837 acres Donegal; 3,961 acres Tyrone;
  • Conolly, William, Ballyshannon, ; PRONI; Grenham and Roulston Introduction to the Conolly Papers
  • Connolly, Thomas, M.P.: Castletown, Celbridge, Kildare, 22,736 acres Donegal, 1,512 acres Dublin, 2,605 acres Kildare, 64 acres Wicklow;
  • Conyngham, 3rd Marquis of, George Henry Conyngham, J.P. Kent, England, Slane Castle, Meath; Mount Charles, Donegal; Bifrons, Canterbury, Kent; 27,613 acres Clare; 122,300 acres Donegal; 7,060 acres Meath; Conyngham Papers, 1614-1935.
  • Deazley, Charles: Milford, Pembroke, 5,362 acres Donegal, 660 acres Tyrone;
  • Delap, Rev. Robert: Monellan, Killygordon, 5,923 acres Donegal; Roulston
  • Dixon, George: Glenveagh, Churchhill, 5,755 acres Donegal;
  • Dixon, John: Glenveagh, Churchhill, 5,755 acres Donegal;
  • Doherty, Richard, Redcastle, Donegal; 6,363 acres; Notice of Evictions, Donagh, Moville, 1866-1868; Donegal County Archives
  • Donegall, Marquis of, K. P., G.C.H., P. C. (George Hamilton Chichester), Belfast, Carrickfergus, 99,958 acres in County Donegal; PRONI eCatalogue entries Donegal Estate Papers, 1603-1895 Shaftesbury Estate Documents Plans of teh Earl of Donegall's Estates in Donegal, 1767-1770 Inishowen Barony, 1767-1770 Rental of Estate, 1719 Typed copies Chancery Master's Exhibits in Donegall v. Donegall Rentals, 1706-1723 Earl of Donegall's Rents, 1706-1715 Donegall Estate Letter Book, 1771-1772; Roulston
  • Dougherty, Rev. E.G., Rent Book, pp. 34-35 (1882-1884), p. 164 (1886); FHL microfilm 1,696,489, item 1; FHL Original Record, Brit. Q 941.63 R5ha Family History Library Catalog
  • Dunbar, George: Donaghadee, Down, 20 acres Antrim, 508 acres Armagh, 5,247 acres Donegal, 787 acres Down, 275 acres Londonderry, 1,515 acres Tyrone;
  • Erne, John Crichton, 3rd Earl of, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Fermanagh, 1840, Crom Castle, Newtownbutler, Fermanagh; 4,826 acres Donegal; 31,389 acres Fermanagh; 2,184 acres Mayo; 1,966 acres Sligo; PRONI eCatalogue Roulston (Fermanagh) and Grenham (Fermanagh)
  • Faussett, Robert: Constabulary, Armagh, 3,006 acres Donegal;
  • Fenwick, Wm.: Greenhills, Raphoe, 5,005 acres Donegal;
  • Ferguson, John: London, 3,769 acres Donegal; Grenham and Roulston
  • Ffolliott, Col. John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Sligo, High Sheriff, Hollybrook, Boyle, Roscommon; 1,783 acres Donegal; 1,473 acres Leitrim; 4,168 acres Sligo; Roulston
  • Foster, Arthur S. B. (H.): Bell Isle, Ballintra, 2,594 acres Donegal;
  • Gilliland, Samuel: Broom Hall, Londonderry, 3,940 acres Donegal, 82 acres Londonderry;
  • Hamilton, Chichester: Brown Hall, Donegal, 3,901 acres Donegal;
  • Hamilton, James: Brown Hall, Ballintra, 8,507 acres Donegal;
  • Hamilton, Rev. John: Manorhamilton, 3,181 acres Donegal;
  • Hamilton, John: St. Ernan's, Donegal, 9,448 acres Donegal;
  • Hamilton, Mrs. Anne: Fintra, Killybegs, 3,999 acres Donegal;
  • Hamilton, Thomas, J.P. Co. Tyrone, Grange Park, Moy, Tyrone; 1,240 acres Donegal; 1,960 acres Tyrone;
  • Harte, George Vaughan: Kilderry, Muff Don, Londonderry, 6,598 acres Donegal, 434 acres Londonderry; Grenham
  • Harvey, Charles B, Rent Book, pp. 166-189 (1886-7); FHL microfilm 1,696,489, item 1; FHL Original Record, Brit. Q 941.63 R5ha Family History Library Catalog
  • Harvey, Edward H., Mintiaghs, Donegal, 2,309 acres; Maps and Correspondence, circa 1900, Donegal County Archives
  • Harvey, Miss Eliza: 3,288 acres Donegal;
  • Harvey, George: Fairfield House, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, 25,593 acres Donegal;
  • Harvey, George Miller: Malin Hall, Malin, 10,363 acres Donegal;
  • Harvey, Sir Robert B., Rent Book, pp. 1-25 (1881-2), 36-59 (1882-3); pp. 68-91 (1883-4); 100-123 (1884-5); and 132-155 (1885-6); FHL microfilm 1,696,489, item 1; FHL Original Record, Brit. Q 941.63 R5ha Family History Library Catalog
  • Hayes, Sir Samuel Hercules, Bart.: Drumboe Castle, Stranorlar, 22,825 acres Donegal;
  • Heygate, Sir Frederick William, Bart.: Ballarena, Londonderry, 3,338 acres Donegall, 5,507 acres Londonderry;
  • Hill, Lord George Augusta: Ballyvar, Ramelton, 24,189 acres Donegal;Humphries, J. K.: Cavanacore, Lifford, 13,314 acres Donegal; Grenham
  • Irvine, Edward: Enniskillen, 14,352 acres Donegal;
  • Johnston, William, J.P. Co. Leitrim, High Sheriff, Kinlough House, Kinlough, Leitrim; 471 acres Donegal; 739 acres Fermanagh; 10,633 acres Leitrim; 332 acres Sligo;
  • Joule, Benjamin: St. John B.: Manchester, 4,168 acres Donegal;
  • Key, Richard W.: Dunlewy, Letterkenny, 9,229 acres Donegal;
  • Knox, Capt. Charles, Ballinrobe, Mayo; 446 acres Donegal; 24,374 acres Mayo;
  • Knox, Major George: Prehen, Derry, 3,641 acres Donegal, 887 acres Londonderry;
  • Leitrim, 3rd Earl of, William Sidney Clements, Lough Rynn, Dromod, Leitrim and Killadoon, Celbridge, Kildare; 54,352 acres Donegal, 18,145 acres Galway, 471 acres Kildare, 22,038 acres Leitrim;
  • Leslie, Sir John, Bart., M.P., M.P. Co. Monaghan, 1871; J.P. and D.L. Co. Monaghan; J.P. Co. Donegal, Glasslough, Monaghan, 1,375 acres Cavan, 28,827 acres Donegal, 1,768 acres Down, 877 acres Fermanagh, 2,344 acres Meath, 13,674 acres Monaghan, 1,103 acres Tyrone; Grenham and Roulston
  • Lifford, Viscount (Jas. Hewitt, 4th Viscount): 11,210 acres Donegal, 545 acres Tyrone; Roulston
  • Lyle, Major Hugh Chetham: Londonderry, Moville, 4,561 acres Donegal;
  • M'Glead, Francis: Belfast, 11,207 acres Donegal;
  • Maxwell, Rev. Robert Walter: Birdstown, Derry, 4,516 acres Donegal, 3,570 acres Londonderry, 1,261 acres Tyrone;
  • Miller, John, Inishowen Peninsula, Donegal, Rent Book, pp. 198-202 (1889, 1896-1900), FHL microfilm 1,696,489, item 1; FHL Original Record, Brit. Q 941.63 R5ha Family History Library Catalog
  • Montgomery Robert George: Convoy House, Raphoe, 8,861 acres Donegal;
  • Montgomery, Rev. Samuel: 3,373 acres Donegal, 161 acres Londonderry;
  • Mortimer, Rev. William: Ballynahinch, Down, 3,825 acres Donegal;
  • Musgrave, John R. owned with Musgrave, James: 20 acres Antrim, 23,673 acres Donegal;
  • Musgrave, James owned with Musgrave, John R.: 20 acres Antrim, 23,673 acres Donegal;
  • Newton, Andrew Willoughby: 1,126 acres Leitrim, 10,486 acres Donegal, 496 acres Tyrone; Rent Book, pp. 26-33 (1881-2); pp. 60-67 (1882-3); pp. 92-9 (1883-4); pp. 124-31 (1884-5); pp. 158-63 (1885-6); pp. 190-7 (1886-7), FHL microfilm 1,696,489, item 1; FHL Original Record, Brit. Q 941.63 R5ha Family History Library Catalog
  • Nicholson, James S.: Falmore, Moville, Donegal, 6,531 acres Donegal, 28 acres Down;
  • Nixon, Rev. Alexander Browne: Knockballymore, Clones, Monaghan, 9,084 acres Donegal, 246 acres Fermanagh;
  • Norman, Thomas: Glengollan, Fahan, Derry, 5,411 acres Donegal;
  • Olpherts, Wybrants: Ballyconnell House, Falcaragh, 18,133 acres Donegal;
  • Rankin, Samuel: Tiernaleague, Carndonagh, Donegal, 4,277 acres Donegal, 6 acres Tipperary;
  • Richardson, James Greer: Trew Mount, Moy, Tyrone, 108 acres Armagh, 4,544 acres Donegal, 110 acres Down, 527 acres Tyrone;
  • Ryan, Valentine: Belleview, Mountrath, 5,162 acres Donegal, 139 acres Limerick, 1,179 acres Queen's, 765 acres Tipperary;
  • Scott, Thomas: Willsborough, Eglington, Londonderry, 4,158 acres Donegal;
  • Sinclair, William, J.P. and D.L. Co. Donegal, High Sheriff, 1854, J.P. Co. Tyrone, Drumbeg, Donegal and Holly Hill, Strabane, Tyrone, 5,947 acres Donegal; 2,152 acres Tyrone;
  • Southwell, 4th Viscount, K.P., Thomas Arthur Joseph, Castle Matrix, Rathcoole, Limerick; 2,252 acres Cork; 1,147 acres Donegal; 329 acres Kerry; 4,017 acres Leitrim; 4,032 acres Limerick;
  • Stevenson, Robert: Tyrone, Ardkiln, Derry, 4,037 acres Donegal, 1,245 acres Londonderry;
  • Stewart, Alexander John Robert: 39,306 acres Donegal; 5,002 acres Down;
  • Stewart, Charles Frederick: Horn Head, Dunfanaghy, 4,458 acres Donegal;
  • Stewart Horatio Granville Murray, Cally, Gatehouse, N.B., 50,818 acres Donegal; Rentals, estate maps with names of tenants, 1749-1880. Donegal County Archives Grenham
  • Stewart, Sir James Annesley, Bart., Fortstewart, Ramelton, Donegal; 7,547 acres Donegal;
  • Stewart, John: Tipperary, Loughreagh House, Church Hill, Letterkenny, 3,264 acres Donegal;
  • Stewart, Mrs. Anne: St. James terrace, Malahide, 7,274 acres Donegal;
  • Stewart, William: Rugby, 6,163 acres Donegal;
  • Style, William Henry Marsham: Glenmore, Stranorlar, 353 acres Armagh, 39,564 acres Donegal;
  • Templemore, Lord, 2nd Baron, Henry Spencer Chichester, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wexford, Dunbrody Park, Arthurstown, Wexford; 10,856 acres Donegal, 26 acres Down, 1,890 acres Derry (Londonderry), 11,327 acres Wexford;
  • Tredennick, Rev. George N.: Woodhill, Ardara, Donegal, 6,297 acres Donegal;
  • Tredennick, William, Fortwilliam, Ballyshannon, Donegal; 2,779 acres Donegal; 4,546 acres Roscommon; 400 acres Tyrone;
  • Watt, Mrs. Mary: 5,281 acres Donegal;
  • Wicklow, 5th Earl of, Charles Francis Arnold Howard, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wicklow, Castle Forward, Donegal and Shelton Abbey, Arklow, Wicklow; 4,767 acres Donegal; 23,979 acres Wicklow; Grenham
  • Young, George: Culdaff House, Culdaff, Donegal, 7,989 acres Donegal;

Down[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Down

Public Record Office, Northern Ireland eCatalogue Type in the PRONI Ref: following the description listed below.

  • Annesley, 5th Earl of, Hugh Annesley, The Castle, Castlewellan, Down, 24,221 acres Cavan, 23,567 acres Down, 2,489 acres Queen's; Roulston and Grenham
  • Bangor, Viscount (Edward Ward, 4th Viscount): Castleward, Strangford, 9,861 acres Down; Grenham
  • Barron, Pierce Marcus, J.P. and D.L. City of Waterford, J.P. Co. Waterford, High Sheriff, Belmount Park, Ferrybank, and Shanaclune, Waterford; 231 acres Down; 858 acres Waterford;
  • Barron, William Newell, J.P. Co. Down, Kinghill House, Newry, Down; 340 acres Down; 907 acres Waterford;
  • Bateson, Sir Thomas, Bart., M.P.: Belvior Park, Belfast, 266 acres Antrim, 6,348 acres Down, 2,927 acres Limerick, 815 acres Londonderry; Grenham
  • Batt, Robert Narcissus: Purdystown, Newtownbreda, Belfast, 12,010 acres Down;
  • Beauclerk, Aubrey De Vere: Ardglass Castle, Ardglass, 3,494 acres Down;
  • Boyd, William: Ballydugan House, Downpatrick, 4,191 acres Down;
  • Canning, Hon. Albert Stratford: Rostrevor, 4,928 acres Down;
  • Clanwilliam, Earl of (Richard Charles Francis Meade, 3rd Earl): Deal Castle, Kent, 3,584 acres Down; Roulston and Grenham
  • Cleland, James: Kilcubbin, 3,544 acres Down;
  • Cleland, John: Stormount Castle, Dundonald, Down, 4,385 acres Down;
  • Crawford, John Sharman: Crawfordsburn, Belfast, 5,748 acres Down;
  • Downshire, 6th Marquis of, Arthur Wills John Wellington Blundell Trumbull Hill, East Hampstead Park, Workingham, Berkshire, England and Hillsborough Castle, Down; 5,787 acres Antrim and Carrickfergus Town; 73,602 acres Down; 1,338 acres Kildare; 101 acres Kilkenny; 13,679 acres Offaly (King's); 15,766 acres Wicklow; Roulston and Grenham
  • Dufferin, 1at Earl of, Frederick Temple Blackwood, 5th Baron, Clandeboy, Down, 14,313 acres Down; Roulston
  • Dunville, Robert Grimshaw, J.P. Cos. Down and Meath, Redburn, Holywood, Down; Sion, Navan, Meath; 5,260 acres Down; 3,415 acres Meath;
  • Forde, Colonel William Brownlow: Seaforde, Down, 19,882 acres Down, 2 acres Dublin city; Roulston
  • Gordon, Robert Francis, J.P. and D.L. Co. Down, J.P. Co. Antrim, High Sheriff, Co. Down, 1872 and Co. Tyrone, Delamont, Killyleagh, Tyrone and Florida Manor, Killinchy, Down; 4,768 acres Down; 8,806 acres Tyrone; Roulston
  • Hall, Major William James: Narrowwater Castle, Warrenpoint, Down, 2,656 acres Armagh, 4,718 acres Clare, 3,648 acres Down; Roulston and Grenham
  • Harrison, Henry: Holywood House, Belfast, 3,653 acres Down;
  • Heron, William Cowan: Belfast, 3,529 acres Down;
  • Hill-Trevor, Lord Arthur Edwin, M.P.: Brynkinalt, Chirk, Kenbighshire, 3,949 acres Antrim, 844 acres Armagh, 10,940 acres Down;
  • Houston, John B.: Orangefield, Belfast, 28 acres Antrim, 5,233 acres Down;
  • Ker, Alfred S.: Ballynahinch, Lisburn, 9,856 acres Down; Roulston and Grenham
  • Ker, David Alfred: Montalto, Ballynahinch, 10,688 acres Down;
  • Kilmerley Estates, Trustees of: Woburn Park, Chertsey, Surrey, 37,454 acres Down;
  • Kilmorey, 2nd Earl of, Francis Jack Needham, Mourne Park, Rostrevor, Down, 3,061 acres Armagh, 3,448 acres Down; Roulston and Grenham
  • Leslie, Sir John, Bart., M.P., M.P. Co. Monaghan, 1871; J.P. and D.L. Co. Monaghan; J.P. Co. Donegal, Glasslough, Monaghan, 1,375 acres Cavan, 28,827 acres Donegal, 1,768 acres Down, 877 acres Fermanagh, 2,344 acres Meath, 13,674 acres Monaghan, 1,103 acres Tyrone; Roulston
  • Londonderry, Marquis of, K.P. (George Henry Charles Vane Tempest, 4th Marquis): Mountstewart, Newtownards, Down, 1,673 acres Donegal, 23,554 acres Down, 2,189 acres Londonderry; Roulston and Grenham
  • Lurgan, Lord, 2nd Baron, Charles Brownlow, K.P., Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Armagh, J.P. and D.L. Co. Down, Brownlow House, Lurgan, Armagh; 15,166 acres Armagh; 110 acres Down;
  • Maxwell, Robert Percival: Groomsport House, Belfast, 695 acres Cork, 8,347 acres Down, 739 acres Meath, 2,353 acres Tipperary;
  • Meade, Hon. R.: Gill Hall, Dromore, 13,492 acres Down;
  • Meredyth, Henry William, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kilkenny, Norelands, Stoneyford, Kilkenny; 3,071 acres Down; 128 acres Kildare; 3,217 acres Kilkenny;
  • Montgomery, Captain Hugh: Tyrella, 3,005 acres Down;
  • Montgomery, Hugh: Rosemount, Grey abbey, 5,761 acres Down; Roulston
  • Moore, James, J.P. Co. Tyrone, Dalchoolan, Craigavad, Belfast, Antrim; 706 acres Antrim; 47 acres Down; 1,300 acres Tyrone;
  • Mulholland, John, M.P.: Ballywalter Park, Greyabbey, Down, 13,506 acres Down, 1,182 acres Tyrone;
  • Mussendon, William: England, 3,098 acres Down;
  • Nugent, Col. Andrew, Scots Greys, Portaferry House, Portaferry, Down; 4,638 acres Down; 2,137 acres Westmeath;
  • Price, James Charles: Saintfield House, Saintfield, and The Lodge, Strangford, Down, 6,807 acres Down; Roulston and Grenham
  • Richardson, John G., Moyallan, Down; 5,974 acres Armagh; 286 acres Down;
  • Roden, 4th Earl of, Robert Jocelyn, J.P. and D.L. Co. Down, Tullymore Park, Castlewellan, Louth; 8,903 acres Down; 4,151 acres Louth;
  • Stewart, Alexander John Robert: Laurencetown House, Gilford, Down, 39,306 acres Donegal, 5,002 acres Down;
  • Templemore, Lord, 2nd Baron, Henry Spencer Chichester, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wexford, Dunbrody Park, Arthurstown, Wexford; 10,856 acres Donegal, 26 acres Down, 1,890 acres Derry (Londonderry), 11,327 acres Wexford;
  • Ward, Robert Edward: Bangor Castle, Bangor, Down, 5,735 acres Down; Roulston

Dublin[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Dublin

  • Annaly, 2nd Baron, Lord Luke White, J.P. and D.L. Co. Dublin, J.P. Co. Longford, High Sheriff 1860, Woodlands, Clonsilla, Dublin and Rathcline, Longford; 2,139 acres Dublin; 5,428 acres Limerick; 12,160 acres Longford;
  • Ashtown, Lord, 2nd Baron, Frederick Mason Trench, J.P. and D.L. Co. Galway, High Sheriff, Woodlawn, Galway and Clonodfoy, Kilfinane, Limerick; 50 acres Dublin; 8,310 acres Galway; 2,780 acres Offaly (King's); 11,273 acres Limerick; 841 acres Roscommon; 4,526 acres Tipperary; 9,435 acres Waterford; 42 acres Westmeath;
  • Athlumney, Lord, 2nd Baron, James Herbert Gustavus Meredyth Somerville, Somerville, Balrath, Navan, Meath; 274 acres Dublin; 10,213 acres Meath;
  • Carysfort, 5th Earl of, K.P., William Proby, J.P. and D.L. Huntingdonshire, England, J.P. Co. Wicklow, High Sheriff, 1865, Elton Hall, Peterborough, NOrthamptonshire, England; 1,588 acres Dublin; 1,206 acres Kildare; 16,291 acres Wicklow;
  • Clifden, Viscount, Henry George Agar Ellis, 4th Viscount, Gowran Castle, Kilkenny; 821 acres Dublin; 978 acres Kildare; 25,288 acres Kilkenny; 500 acres Meath;
  • Cloncurry, Lord, Valentine Frederick Lawless, 4th Baron; Lyons, Hazlehatch, Co. Kildare; Dublin 923 acres; Kildare 6,503 acres; Limerick 5,137 acres; Meath 396 acres;
  • Clonmel, 4th Earl of, John Hentry Reginald Scott, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kildare, Bishop's Court, Straffan, Kildare; 1,945 acres Carlow; 79 acres Dublin; 1,906 acres Kildare; 2,135 acres Kilkenny; 1,904 acres Limerick; 1,952 acres Monaghan; 11,098 acres Tipperary;
  • Cobbe, Charles: Newbridge House, Donabate, and Glannasmol Lodge, Tallaght, Dublin, 9,662 acres Dublin, 665 acres Louth;
  • Coghill, Sir John Jocelyn, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Dublin, Castletownsend, Cork; 472 acres Dublin; 1,269 acres Meath; 4,564 acres Kilkenny;
  • Coote, Eyre: Court of Chancery, England, 3.107 acres Dublin, 1,524 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • DeVesci, 4th Viscount, John Robert William, J.P. Laois (Queen's) Co., 818 acres Cork; 420 acres Dublin; 15,069 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Domville, Sir Charles Compton William, Bart.: Santry House, Santry, 6,262 acres Dublin;
  • Domville, William Compton, J.P. and D.L. Co. Dublin, High Sheriff 1864, J.P. Laois (Queen's) Co., High Sheriff, Heywood House, Ballinakill, Abbeyleix, Laois (Queen's); 1,513 acres Dublin; 6,040 acres Mayo; 1,512 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Donoughmore, 5th Earl of, John Luke George Hutchinson, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, J.P. Co. Waterford, Knocklofty, Clonmel, Tipperary; 1,972 acres Cork; 143 acres Dublin; 486 acres Kilkenny; 80 acres Louth; 373 acres Monaghan; 4,711 acres Tipperary; 2,878 acres Waterford; 1,307 acres Wexford;
  • Dublin Corporation: City Hall, Dublin, 1,265 acres Dublin, 55 acres Dublin city, 277 acres Wicklow;
  • Ely, 4th Marquis of, John Henry Wellington Graham Loftus, Ely Lodge, Enniskillen, Fermanagh; Loftus Hall, Fethard, Wexford; 460 acres Dublin; 34,879 acres Fermanagh; 14,023 acres Wexford;
  • Ennis, Sir John, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Dublin, High Sheriff, 1840, J.P. Cos. Offaly (King's) and Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1837, M.P. Athlone, 1857-65, Ballinahoun Court, Athlone, Westmeath; 326 acres Dublin; 262 acres Roscommon; 8,774 acres Westmeath;
  • Ferrall, Capt. John Jervois O'Ferrall Carmichael; J.P. Cos. Longford and Tyrone, Augher Castle, Augher, Tyrone; 11 acres Dublin City; 666 acres Roscommon; 236 acres Tyrone;
  • Garnett, Richard, J.P. Co. Meath, Summerseat, Clonee, and Rosmeen, Kells, Meath; 189 acres Dublin; 1,336 acres Meath;
  • Gormanstown, 14th Viscount, Jenico William Joseph Preston, J.P. and D.L. Co. Dublin, High Sheriff; J.P. Cos. Cavan and Meath, High Sheriff, 1870, Gormanstown Castle, Balbriggan, Dublin; Whitewood, Nobber, Meath; 1,327 acres Dublin; 9,468 acres Meath;
  • Guinness, Sir Arthur Edward, Bart., M.P. Dublin, 1874; J.P. and D.L. Dublin City; J.P. Cos. Dublin and Galway; M.P. Dublin 1868-69, Ashford, Cong, Galway and St. Anne's Clontarf, Dublin; 156 acres Dublin; 19,945 acres Galway; 3,747 acres Mayo; 1,493 acres Wicklow;
  • Hackett, W. W.: 36 Leeson park, Dublin, 3,198 acres Dublin;
  • Hamilton, John Trant, M. P.: Abbotstown House, Castleknock, Dublin, 3,647 acres Dublin, 751 acres Down, 246 acres Meath, 2,245 acres Queen's;
  • Howth, Earl of (William Ulick Tristram St. Laurence, 4th Earl): Howth Castle, Dublin, 7,377 acres Dublin, 2,061 acres Meath; Howth Castle, the seat of the Rt. Honble. the Earl of Howth.
  • Hussey, Malachi Strong, J.P. Co. Meath, J.P.and D.L. Dublin, High Sheriff, 1867, Westown House, Naul, Balbriggan, Dublin; 600 acres Dublin; 4,100 acres Meath;
  • Hutchinson, Sir Edward Synge Bart., Palermo, Bray, and Coolmoney, Stratford-on-Slaney, Wicklow; 108 acres Dublin; 4,471 acres Wicklow;
  • Kennedy, Sir Charles Edward Bayly, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Cos. Dublin and Waterford, High Sheriff, 1843, J.P. Co. Kildare, Johnston Kennedy, Rathcoole, Dublin and Curraheen, Dungarvan, Waterford; 1,447 acres Dublin; 6,680 acres Waterford;
  • Langford, Lord, 4th Baron, Hercules Edward Rowley, Summerhill House, Summerhill, Meath, 3,659 acres Dublin, 3,855 acres Limerick, 2,231 acres Meath; Appeal from the Court of Exchequer in Ireland.
  • Lansdowne, 5th Marquis of, Henry Charles Keith-Petty-Fitzmaurice, Bowood, Calne, Wiltshire, England; 2,132 acres Dublin; 94,983 acres Kerry; 617 acres Offaly (King's); 1,526 acres Limerick; 116 acres Limerick city; 12,995 acres Meath; 8,980 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • LaTouche, John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kildare, Harristown, Newbridge, Co. Kildare; 706 acres Dublin; 11,282 acres Kildare; 3,323 acres Leitrim;
  • Longford, 3rd Earl of, William Lygon Packenham, K.C.B., J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, Pakenham Hall, Castlepollard, Westmeath; 420 acres Dublin; 4,555 acres Longford; 15,014 acres Westmeath;
  • Magan, Mrs. Elizabeth Georgiana, Killyon, Hill of Down, Meath; Clonearl, Offaly (King's); Eagle Hill, Kildare; Woodlawn, Bray, Wicklow; 165 acres Dublin; 2,374 acres Kildare; 1,023 acres Offaly (King's); 4,418 acres Meath; 5,604 acres Westmeath;
  • Maunsell, George Woods, M.A., J.P. and D.L. City of Dublin, J.P. Co. Kildare; 10 Merrion Square, Dublin; 55 acres Dublin; 702 acres Kildare; 494 acres Limerick; 772 acres Meath; 511 acres Westmeath; 904 acres Wexford;
  • Meath, 11th Earl of, William Brabazon, House of Peers as Lord Chadwick, Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Wicklow, 1869, J.P. and D.L. Co. Dublin, M.P. Co. Dublin 1830-33, and 1837-41, High Sheriff Co. Wicklow, 1848, Kilruddery, Bray, Eaton Court, Hereford, England; 36 acres Dublin and Dublin City; 14,717 acres Wicklow;
  • Monck, 4th Viscount, Charles Stanley Monck, Lord Lieutenant Co. Dublin, Charleville, Bray; 193 acres Dublin; 5,385 acresKilkenny; 212 acres Westmeath; 5,663 acres Wexford; 3,434 acres Wicklow;
  • Murphy, William, Mount Merrion, Stillorgan, Dublin; 13 acres Dublin; 2,660 acres Meath; 4,522 acres Roscommon;
  • Palmer, Sir Roger Wm. Henry, Bart., D.L. Co. Sligo; J.P. Co. Dublin, High Sheriff, 1875; J.P. Co. Mayo; M.P. Co. Mayo 1857-65, Kenure Park, Rush, Dublin; Keenagh Lodge, Castlebar, Mayo; Cefn Park, Wrexham, North Wales; Glennisland, Maidenhead, Berkshire, England; and Stitchwork Park, Cambridge, England; 4,202 acres Dublin; 80,990 acres Mayo; 9,570 acres Sligo;
  • Rathdonnell, Lord, 1st Baron, John M'Clintock, D.L. Co. Fermanagh, High Sheriff Co. Louth 1840, M.P. 1857-59; 490 acres Dublin; 4,119 acres Fermanagh; 2,695 acres Kildare; 3,188 acres Louth, 429 acres Meath; 1,226 acres Monaghan; 1,118 acres Tyrone;
  • Singleton, Thomas Crawford, Fortislington, Emyvale, Monaghan; 258 acres Dublin; 4,489 acres Monaghan;
  • Staples, Sir Alexander Nathaniel, Bart., J.P. Co. Tyrone, Lissan, Cookstown, Tyrone; 1,457 acres Dublin; 990 acres Derry (Londonderry); 3,078 acres Tyrone;
  • Staveley, James Butler, J.P. Co. Dublin, Croydon Park, Fairview, Dublin; 38 acres Dublin; 4,169 acres Limerick;
  • Tenison, Lt.-Col. Edward King, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum, Co. Roscommon, 1856; J.P. Cos. Leitrim and Sligo, High Sheriff, Lord Lieutenant Co. Leitrim, 1840-1856, M.P. Co. Leitrim, 1847-1852, Kilronan Castle, Keadue, Roscommon; 196 acres Dublin; 1,554 acres Leitrim, 16,915 acres Roscommon; 1,783 acres Sligo; 48 acres Westmeath;
  • Trinity College, the Provost and Fellows of: Dublin;
  • Waldron, Lawrence, Ballybrack, Killiney, Dublin and Helen Park, Killenaule, Tipperary; 188 acres Carlow; 11 acres Dublin; 460 acres Kilkenny; 837 acres Mayo; 570 acres Roscommon; 4,060 acres Tipperary;
  • White, Mrs.: Killakee, Whitechurch, Dublin, 3,422 acres Dublin;
  • Wilson's Hospital, Trustees of, 137 acres Dublin; 231 acres Longford; 4,495 acres Westmeath;
  • Wilson, Joseph, Dublin; 4,049 acres Armagh; 308 acres Dublin;
  • Woods, Hans Hamilton, J.P. and D.L. Co. Dublin, High Sheriff, 1854; J.P. Co. Meath, High Sheriff, 1851, Milverton Hall, and Whitestown House, Balbriggan, Dublin; 4,585 acres Dublin; 8,043 acres Meath;

Fermanagh[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Fermanagh

Public Record Office, Northern Ireland eCatalogue Type in the PRONI Ref: following the description listed below.

  • Archdale, Captain Mervyn Edward, Castle Archdale, Lisnarick, Fermanagh; 27,410 acres Fermanagh, 5,605 acres Tyrone; Castle Archdale.
  • Archdale, William Humphreys, Riversdale, Ballycassidy, Enniskillen; 5,627 acres Fermanagh;
  • Belmore, 4th Earl of, Somerset Richard Lowry Corry, Castlecoole, Enniskillen; 4,990 acres Fermanagh, 14,359 acres Tyrone; Belmore : the Lowry Corrys of Castle Coole, 1646-1913, Castle Coole Fermanagh - Earl of Belmore. Grenham
  • Bloomfield, Benjamin Meynell, Castlecaldwell, Belleek; 3,418 acres Fermanagh;
  • Brooke, Sir Victor Alexander, Bart., Coolebrook Park, Brookborough, Fermanagh; 449 acres Down, 27,994 acres Fermanagh, 168 acres Louth; Sir Victor Brooke : sportsman & naturalist: a memoir of his life and extracts from his letters and journals. Grenham
  • Bryan, John D., Castletown, Monea, Enniskillen; 5,085 acres Fermanagh;
  • Collins, Mrs. Eleanor, Ardbracken, Meath; 3,670 acres Fermanagh;
  • Collum, Robert, Sutherland House, Surbiton Park, Kingston-on-Thames, England; 1,297 acres Fermanagh;
  • Commissioners of National Education, The, Ireland, Marlborough Street, Dublin; 209 acres Armagh, 2 acres Donegal, 1 acre Dublin, 5,656 acres Fermanagh, 1 acre Limerick city, 1,771 acres Queen's; Abstract of business transacted by the Commissioners of National Education. Grenham
  • Dickson, Alexander, Carra Hill, Clones; 285 acres Fermanagh;
  • Dickson, Mrs. Alicia joint owner with Lucas, Rev Edmond A., Dromahair, Fermanagh; 3,020 acres Fermanagh;
  • Ely, 4th Marquis of, John Henry Wellington Graham Loftus, Ely Lodge, Enniskillen, Fermanagh; Loftus Hall, Fethard, Wexford; 460 acres Dublin; 34,879 acres Fermanagh; 14,023 acres Wexford;
  • Enniskillen, 3rd Earl of, William Willoughby Cole, J.P. and D.L. Fermanagh; J.P. Cos. Leitrim and Cavan; M.P. Co. Fermanagh, 1831-40, Florence Court, Enniskillen, Fermanagh; 29,635 acres Fermanagh; Grenham
  • Erne, John Crichton, 3rd Earl of, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Fermanagh, 1840, Crom Castle, Newtownbutler, Fermanagh; 4,826 acres Donegal; 31,389 acres Fermanagh; 2,184 acres Mayo; 1,966 acres Sligo; PRONI eCatalogue Roulston (Fermanagh) and Grenham (Fermanagh)
  • Fitzgerald, Gerald, 160 acres Fermanagh; 3,516 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Hall, Richard: 9 Norfolk street, Park lane, w., 6,540 acres Fermanagh, 465 acres Roscommon;
  • Hamilton, Major Robert Sanderson, J.P. Co. Tyrone, Lakemount, Omagh, Tyrone; 100 acres Fermanagh; 1,240 acres Tyrone;
  • Hamilton-Jones, Thomas Morris: Moneyglass House, Toome Bridge, Antrim, 2,212 acres Antrim, 3,027 acres Armagh, 690 acres Down, 3,690 acres Fermanagh, 268 acres Tyrone;
  • Hassard, Alexander Jason, Black Lion, Enniskillen, Fermanagh; 3,610 acres Cavan; 461 acres Fermanagh; Grenham
  • Irvine, H. M. D'A., Reps. of: Castle Irvine, Irvinestown, Fermanagh, 6,187 acres Fermanagh, 3 acres Tyrone;
  • Irvine, Colonel John Gerard: Killadeas, Enniskillen, 11,602 acres Fermanagh, 470 acres Louth, 9 acres Monaghan, 2,040 acres Tyrone;
  • Johnston, Robert Edgeworth: Magheramena House and Glencore House, Belleek, 4,891 acres Fermanagh;
  • Johnston, William, J.P. Co. Leitrim, High Sheriff, Kinlough House, Kinlough, Leitrim; 471 acres Donegal; 739 acres Fermanagh; 10,633 acres Leitrim; 332 acres Sligo;
  • Lanesborough, Earl of (John Vansittart Danvers Butler, 6th Earl): Lanesborough Lodge, Belturbet, Cavan, 7,946 acres Cavan, 6,606 acres Fermanagh;
  • Leonard, Sir Thomas Barrett, Bart., D.L. Sussex, England, High Sheriff, 1865, Clones, Monaghan; 107 acres Fermanagh; 7,920 acres Monaghan;
  • Leslie, Sir John, Bart., M.P., M.P. Co. Monaghan, 1871; J.P. and D.L. Co. Monaghan; J.P. Co. Donegal, Glasslough, Monaghan, 1,375 acres Cavan, 28,827 acres Donegal, 1,768 acres Down, 877 acres Fermanagh, 2,344 acres Meath, 13,674 acres Monaghan, 1,103 acres Tyrone;
  • Madden, John: Roslea Manor, Roslea, Fermanagh, 14,074 acres Fermanagh, 628 acres Monaghan; Grenham
  • Maguire, Edward, Gortoral, Swanlinbar, Cavan; 716 acres Fermanagh; 4,138 acres Leitrim;
  • Montgomery, Hugh de Fellenburgh, J.P. and D.L. Co. Fermanagh, High Sheriff, 1871, J.P. Co. Tyrone, Blessingbourne, Fivemiletown, Tyrone; 7,996 acres Fermanagh; 4,452 acres Tyrone;
  • Porter, Rev. John Grey, Rector of Kilskery, Co. Tyrone and Thomas S. Porter: Lisnaskea, Fermanagh, 11,015 acres Fermanagh, 5,024 acres Longford, 3,468 acres Tyrone; PRONI Ref. D3961 1828-1950.
  • Ranfurly, 4th Earl of, Uchter John Mark Knox, House of Peers, Baron Ranfurly, Dungannon Park, Dungannon, Tyrone; 506 acres Fermanagh; 9,467 acres Tyrone;
  • Rathdonnell, Lord, 1st Baron, John M'Clintock, D.L. Co. Fermanagh, High Sheriff Co. Louth 1840, M.P. 1857-59; 490 acres Dublin; 4,119 acres Fermanagh; 2,695 acres Kildare; 3,188 acres Louth, 429 acres Meath; 1,226 acres Monaghan; 1,118 acres Tyrone;
  • Richards, John William: Baranagh House, Belmullet, Mayo, 3,219 acres Fermanagh, 2,228 acres Mayo;
  • Singleton, Thomas: Fort Singleton, Enniskillen, 766 acres Cavan, 3,216 acres Fermanagh;
  • Vaughan's Charity, Governors of: Tubbrid School, Kesh, 3,190 acres Fermanagh;

Galway[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Galway

  • Ashtown, Lord, 2nd Baron, Frederick Mason Trench, J.P. and D.L. Co. Galway, High Sheriff, Woodlawn, Galway and Clonodfoy, Kilfinane, Limerick; 50 acres Dublin; 8,310 acres Galway; 2,780 acres Offaly (King's); 11,273 acres Limerick; 841 acres Roscommon; 4,526 acres Tipperary; 9,435 acres Waterford; 42 acres Westmeath;
  • Bagot, Christopher Neville: Aughrane Castle, Ballygar, Ballinasloe, 12,396 acres Galway;
  • Bagot, John Lloyd: Ballinturin House, Gort, 6,907 acres Galway, 104 acres Roscommon;
  • Bagwell, John, J.P. Co. Waterford, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, High Sheriff, 1834, Marlfield, Clonmel, Tipperary and Belgrave, Queenstown, Cork; 509 acres Cork; 351 acres Galway; 3,519 acres Tipperary; 778 acres Waterford;
  • Bellew, Sir Henry C. Gratton, Bart.: Mount Bellew, Mount Bellew Bridge, Galway, 10,516 acres Galway, 1,895 acres Roscommon; Grenham
  • Berridge, Richard, 18 Great Russell St., London, England; 160,152 acres Galway and Galway City; 9,965 acres Mayo;
  • Blake, James: Annaghdown, Drumgriffin, Galway, 5,615 acres Galway;
  • Blake, Patrick: Gurthnamona, 17,335 acres Galway;
  • Blake, Mrs. Anne: Cloughballymore, 4,847 acres Galway;
  • Blake, Mrs. Caroline J.: Renoyle, Letterfrack, 4,682 acres Galway;
  • Blake, Theobald: 5,103 acres Galway;
  • Blake, Sir Valentine Bart.: Menlough Castle, Galway, 2,030 acres Galway, 1,373 acres Galway town;
  • Blake, Valentine O'Connor, J.P. Co. Galway, J.P. and D.L. Co. Mayo, High Sheriff 1839, Bunowen Castle, Clifden, Galway and Towerhill, Ballyglass, Mayo; 7,690 acres Galway; 4,198 acres Mayo;
  • Blake, Walter Martin: Ballyglunin Park, Athenry, 10,336 acres Galway, 116 acres Galway town;
  • Blakeney, John Landed Estates Database Abbert House
  • Bodkin, Robert: Annagh, Ballyglunin, Galway, 6,481 acres Galway, 1 acre Galway town, 24 acres Mayo;
  • Bruen, Henry, M. P. Co. Carlow, J.P. and D.L. Co. Carlow, High Sheriff, 1853, Oak Park, Carlow and Coolbawn, Enniscorthy, Wexford, 16,477 acres Carlow, 718 acres Galway, 248 acres Kildare, 6,932 acres Wexford; Bruen of Oak Park Papers Includes Collection List No. 23 pdf for the Bruen Family Papers, 1789-1921, Mss. 29,771-29, 785; 32,483.
  • Burke, Sir John Charles, Bart.: Marble Hill, Loughrea, Galway, 25,258 acres Galway, 2,230 acres Roscommon;
  • Butson, Very Rev. Christopher Henry Goold: St. Brandon's Eyrecourt, Galway, 3,719 acres Galway, 348 acres Roscommon, 609 acres Waterford;
  • Cannon, John William: Castle Grove, Tuam, Galway, 4,979 acres Galway, 994 acres Mayo;
  • Caulfeild, St. George: Dunamon Castle, Roscommon, 4,604 acres Galway, 1,514 acres Kilkenny, 6,632 acres Roscommon, 824 acres Tipperary, 558 acres Tyrone;
  • Cheevers, Michael Joseph: Killyon, Ballinamore Bridge, Galway, 6,116 acres Galway, 264 acres Mayo;
  • Churcher, Emanuel: Bridgemanny House, Gosport Hants, 7,823 acres Galway, 1,633 acres Mayo, 1,400 acres Roscommon;
  • Clancarty, Earl of (Richard Somerset Le Poer Trench, 4th Earl): Garbally, Ballinasloe, 23,896 acres Galway, 1,614 acres Roscommon;
  • Clanmorris, Lord, 5th Baron, John George Barry Bingham, Creyclare, Ardrahan, Galway; Sea Mount, Galway; and New Brook, Ballyglass, Mayo; 5,774 acres Galway and Galway Town; 12,337 acres Mayo; Grenham
  • Clanricarde, Marquis of (Hubert De Burgh Canning, 2nd Marquis): Portumna Castle, Portumna, 49, 025 acres Galway, 3,576 Galway town;
  • Clonbrock, Lord (Robert Dillon, 3rd Baron): Ahascragh, Galway, 28,246 acres Galway;
  • Comyn, Francis Lorenzo, J.P. Cos. Clare, Galway, and Mayo, High Sheriff 1868, Woodstock, Galway; Cushariga, Spiddall, Galway; Lisenarde, Ballyvaughan, Clare; and Carrowkeele, Lahardane, Mayo; 1,961 acres Clare; 7,267 acres Galway and Galway Town; 3,653 acres Mayo;
  • Daly, James: Castle Daly, Loughrea, 504 acres Cork, 3,495 acres Galway;
  • Daly, Major John Arthur Blake: Raford, Athenry, 11,709 acres Galway;
  • D'Arcy, Hyacinth, J.P. Co. Galway, New Forest, Ballinasloe, Galway; 3,129 acres Clare; 4,434 acres Galway; 3,871 acres Mayo;
  • De Clifford, Lord, 23rd Baron, Edward Southwell Russell, D.L. Leicestershire, England, M.P. Tavistock, Devonshire, England, 1847-52; 1,406 acres Galway; 11,594 acres Mayo;
  • Deering, George: Dunmore House, Dunmore, 11,206 acres Galway;
  • DeFreyne, Lord, 4th Baron, Arthur French, French Park and Coote Hall, Frenchpark, Roscommon; 328 acres Galway; 25,436 acres Roscommon; 4,052 acres Sligo;
  • Digby, Miss Elizabeth F. (See Howth, Countess of, and Digby, Miss, joint owners):
  • Digby, William J.: Moate, Moylough, 4,930 acres Galway;
  • Dunsandle and Clanconal, Lord (Denis St. George Daly, 2nd Baron): Dunsandle, Kiltolla, Galway, 33,543 acres Galway, 3,514 acres Tipperary;
  • Eyre, John Joseph: Clifden Castle, Clifden, 8,204 acres Galway;
  • Ffrench, Martin Charles: Ballinamore Park, Ballinamore Bridge, 3,818 acres Galway; Grenham
  • Fitzgerald, Charles V.: Glantragee, Clonbur, Mayo, 3,715 acres Galway;
  • Foreman, William: Wigan, England, 3,236 acres Galway;
  • Forster, Captain B.: Galway, 3,543 acres Galway;
  • French, Robert: Monivea Castle, Monivea, 10,121 acres Galway;
  • Galbraith, James: Cappard Loughrea, 4,636 acres Galway;
  • Gough, Viscount (George Stephens Gough, 2nd Viscount): St. Helen's, Booterstown, Dublin, 72 acres Dublin, 6,628 acres Galway, 1,045 acres Queen's, 893 acres Tipperary;
  • Graham, Francis John: Drumgoon, Maguiresridge, Fermanagh, 1845 acres Fermanagh, 8,641 and 1,485 acres Galway;
  • Gregory, Rt. Hon. Sir William Henry P.C.: Coole Park, Gort, 4,893 acres Galway;
  • Guinness, Sir Arthur Edward, Bart., M.P. Dublin, 1874; J.P. and D.L. Dublin City; J.P. Cos. Dublin and Galway; M.P. Dublin 1868-69, Ashford, Cong, Galway and St. Anne's Clontarf, Dublin; 156 acres Dublin; 19,945 acres Galway; 3,747 acres Mayo; 1,493 acres Wicklow;
  • Hall, Mrs. Anne: Merrion, Dublin, 232 acres Fermanagh, 4,139 acres Galway;
  • Handcock, John S.: Carrintrilla, Dunmore, 7,865 acres Galway;
  • Haugh, Rev. John F. Reps. of: Graystown, Kinnegad, Westmeath, 3,358 acres Galway;
  • Henry, Hugh: Firmount, Clane, Nass, 6,247 acres Galway, 409 acres Kildare;
  • Henry, Mitchell: Kylemore Castle, Letterfrack, Clifden, 13,752 acres Galway;
  • Hodgson, Henry: Merlin Park, Galway, 17,064 acres Galway;
  • Howth, Countess of: 28 Merrion square, Dublin, unknown amount of acres Cork, 11,046 acres Galway, 974 acres Kildare, 424 acres Limerick;
  • Huntington, 14th Earl of, Francis Power Plantagenet Hastings, Shanavogue, Roscrea, Offaly (King's), 3,694 acres Galway, 6,450 acres Waterford, 3,379 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Jameson, Harry W.: Windfield, Moylough, 3,123 acres Galway;
  • Johnston, St. George R., J.P. Co. Longford, Rathcline House Lanesborough, Longford; 1,139 acres Galway; 217 acres Leitrim;
  • Joyce, John: Clifden, 5,365 acres Galway;
  • Joyce, Martin B.: Rusheen, Clonbur, Mayo, 6,059 acres Galway;
  • Joyce, Pierce: Merview, Galway, 3,743 acres Galway, 146 acres Galway town, 381 acres Mayo;
  • Kelly, Charles, Q.C.: Newtown, Ballyglunin, 2,529 acres Galway;
  • Kenny, James C.F.: Cahercon, 1,610 acres Galway;
  • Kilkelly, Charles: India, 3,107 acres Galway;
  • Kilmaine, Lord, 4th Baron, Francis William Browne, J.P. Co. Mayo; J.P., D.L. and V.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1870, Galston House, Milltown Pass, Killucan, Westmeath; The Neale, Ballinrobe, Mayo; 2,151 acres Galway; 11,564 acres Mayo; 979 acres Roscommon; 2,122 acres Westmeath; 1,949 acres Wexford;
  • Kirwin, Mrs.: Castlehacket, Tuam, 8,374 acres Galway;
  • Kirwan, Thomas Staunton: Blindwell, Foxhall, Tuam, 6,964 acres Galway, 152 acres Mayo;
  • Kirwan, Richard Andrew Hyacinth: 42 Upper Mount street, Dublin, 4,308 acres Galway;
  • Knox, Annesley, J.P. and D.L. Co. Mayo, High Sheriff, 1829, Rappa Castle, Ballina, Mayo; 724 acres Galway; 6,855 acres Mayo;
  • Lahiff, Daniel: Gort, Galway, 128 acres Clare, 10,779 Galway;
  • Lambert, John Walter Henry: Aggard, Craughwell, 3,410 acres Galway;
  • Lambert, Thomas Eyre: Castle Lambert, Athenry, 4,686 acres Galway;
  • Lambert, Walter Peter: Castle Ellen, Athenry, 3,829 acres Galway;
  • Lattey, Robert John: Cregg Park, Island, Oranmore, Galway, 1 acres Clare, 3,469 acres Galway;
  • Leitrim, 3rd Earl of, William Sidney Clements, Lough Rynn, Dromod, Leitrim and Killadoon, Celbridge, Kildare; 54,352 acres Donegal, 18,145 acres Galway, 471 acres Kildare, 22,038 acres Leitrim;
  • Lewis, John M.A.: Mullinagar, Longhrea, 6,683 Galway;
  • Longworth, John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1859, High Sheriff Co. Offaly (King's), 1865, Glynwood, Athlone, Westmeath; 3,271 acres Galway, 2,422 acres King's, 1,192 acres Roscommon, 6,547 acres Westmeath;
  • Lynch, Major John Wilson: Renmore, Galway, and Duras, Kinvara, Galway, 3,106 acres Clare, 5,408 acres Galway, 381 acres Galway town;
  • Lynch, Marcus: Barna, Galway, 4,100 acres Galway, 1,711 acres Galway town;
  • Lynch, Richard: Petersburgh, Clonbur, Mayo, 7,260 acres Galway;
  • M'Dermott, The
  • M'Donnell, James
  • Mahon, Rev. Sir William Vesey Ross, Bart.: Castlegar, Abascragh, 8,619 acres Galway, 860 acres Roscommon;
  • Martin, Robert Ross: Oughterard, 5,767 acres Galway;
  • Martyn, Edward: Tullyra Castle, 4,932 acres Galway;
  • Maxwell, Mrs. Anne Celestine: St. Clerans, Craughwell, 4,156 acres Galway;
  • Maxwell, Rev. Charleton: St. Clerans, Craughwell, 4,156 acres Galway;
  • Nesbitt, Miss Catherine Jamison Downing, Leixlip, Kildare; 321 acres Antrim; 1,529 acres Galway; 36 acres Kildare; 2,555 acres Offaly (King's), 620 acres Limerick; 5,638 acres Derry (Londonderry); 3,641 acres Roscommon;
  • Nolan, Capt. John Philip: 6,866 acres Galway, 1 acre Galway town, 811 Mayo;
  • O'Conor, Rotherick Joseph, J.P. Co. Roscommon, High Sheriff, 1863, Milltown, Tulsk, Roscommon and 88 Pembroke Road, Dublin; 384 acres Galway; 1,496 acres Roscommon;
  • O'Farrell, Charles: Dalyston, Loughrea, 5,131 acres Galway;
  • O'Kelly, Michael: Cooloo, Dangan, Bernaderg, 3,152 acres Galway;
  • O'Reilly, Major Myles William: Knockabbey Castle, Lough, 4,088 acres Galway, 473 acres Louth;
  • Persse, Burton Robert Parsons: Moyode Castle, Craughwell, Galway, 6,468 acres Galway, 1,182 acres Kilkenny, 1,273 acres King's, 573 acres Roscommon;
  • Persse, Dudley: 12,394 acres Galway, 391 acres Galway town, 800 acres Roscommon;
  • Perth, Earl of (George Drummond, 14th Earl): 32 Bryanston square, London, 3,439 acres Galway;
  • Pollock, Allan: Lismany, Ballinasloe, 211 acres Dublin, 29,366 acres Galway;
  • Reade, Philip: The Wood Park, Scariff, County Clare, 4,882 acres Galway;
  • Redington, Christopher Talbot: Kilcoran Castle, Oranmore, 98 acres Dublin, 9,626 acres Galway, 2,954 acres Wexford;
  • Reilly, Michael: Glenamaddy, Ballinasloe, 3,631 acres Galway;
  • Richardson, Charles: Newry, Down, 3,862 acres Galway;
  • Roche, Thomas Redington, High Sheriff 1869 Co. Galway, Ryehill, Monivea, Galway; 3,217 acres Galway; 1,572 acres Kilkenny; 1,166 acres Limerick; 88 acres Mayo;
  • Rutledge, Capt. David, J.P. Cos. Galway and Mayo; High Sheriff, 1851, Barbersfoot, Tuam, Galway; 2,059 acres Galway; 4,329 acres Mayo;
  • St. George, Christopher: Tyrone House, Galway, 15,777 acres Galway;
  • St. George, Richard James Mansergh: Headford Castle, Headford, 7,495 acres Galway; Grenham
  • Skerrett, Peter Richard: Arthgoe Park, Rathcoole, Dublin, 969 acres Dublin, 3,733 acres Galway;
  • Smyth, Captain John: Masonbrook, Loughrea, 9,670 acres Galway;
  • Smyth, Robert Ralph, Magistrate and Grand Juror Co. Westmeath, Portlick Castle, Glasson, Athlone, Westmeath; 799 acres Galway; 459 acres Westmeath;
  • Stannus, Walter Trevor: Manor House, Lisburn, 21 acres Antrim, 2,935 acres Galway, 41 acres Galway town;
  • Stewart, Sir John Marcus, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Tyrone, High Sheriff, 1858, Ballygowley House, Ballygowley and Finn Coul Lodge, Tyrone; 629 acres Galway; 27,905 acres Tyrone;
  • Stratheden, Lord (William Frederick Campbell, 2nd Baron): Hartrigge House, Jedburgh, N.B., 5,060 acres Galway, 3,060 acres Galway town;
  • Tasburgh Family, Cong Abbey, property inherited from the Sir Robert Cressy (1635) family through the marriage of Miss Tasburgh to Sir Thomas Gerard, Lancashire County Council Gerard Family of Garswood, Ashton-in-Makerfield
  • Taylor, Walter Taylor Newton Shawe: Castle Taylor, Ardrahan, 7,605 acres Galway;
  • Thompson, Colin H.: Galway and Mayo, Salruck, Letterfrack, 8,111 acres Galway ;
  • Trench, Charles O'Hara: Clonfert House, Eyrecourt, Galway, 5,409 acres Galway;
  • Trench, Henry, J.P. Co. Tipperary and Offaly (King's), High Sheriff, 1842, Cangort Park, Roscrea, Tipperary; 704 acres Clare; 1,581 acres Galway; 2,113 acres Offaly (King's); 1,926 acres Limerick; 432 acres Roscommon; 4,707 acres Tipperary;
  • Ussher, Christopher: Eastwell, Kilconnell, Galway, 3,666 acres Galway;
  • Vesey, George: Long Ditton, Kingston-on-Thams, Surrey, 6,061 acres Galway, 2,227 acres Mayo;
  • Waithman, Robert William, J.P. and D.L. Yorkshire, England, J.P. Cos. Lancaster [England], Galway and Roscommon, High Sheriff, 1870, Moyne, Ballyglunin, Galway; 4,541 acres Galway and Galway Town; 4,631 acres Roscommon;
  • Westmeath, Earl of (Anthony Francis Nugent, 9th Earl): 14,604 acres Galway, 1,091 acres Roscommon;
  • Whitaker, Rev. Charles: North Wales, 5,826 acres Galway;
  • Wilberforce, Henry Wm.: Inisboffin, Galway, 4,378 acres Galway;

Kerry[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Kerry

  • Bernard, Edward Murrough: Sherheree, Killarney, 7,136 acres Kerry;
  • Blacker, St. John Thomas: Tullahinel, Ballylongford, Kerry, 266 acres Armagh, 8,159 acres Kerry;
  • Bland, Francis Christopher: Derryquin Castle, Sneem, 25,576 acres Kerry;
  • Blennerhassett, Arthur: Ballyseedy Castle, Tralee, 12,621 acres Kerry;
  • Blennerhassett, Rowland Ponsonby: Kells, Caherciveen, 6,234 acres Kerry;
  • Blennerhassett, Sir Rowland, Bart.: Churchtown House, Beaufort, Killarney, 8,390 acres Kerry;
  • Blennerhassett, Thomas: Shanavally, Tralee, 5,995 acres Kerry;
  • Chute, Francis Blennerhassett: Chute Hall, Tralee, 10,328 acres Kerry;
  • Chute, Rev. Geo. Trevor: Drayton, Shropshire, 5,094 acres Kerry;
  • Collis, Stephen Edward: Tieraclea, Tarbert, Kerry, 3,598 acres Kerry;
  • Coltsmann, Daniel Cronin: Flesk Castle, Killarney, 4,478 acres Cork, 10,316 acres Kerry;
  • Cork and Orrery, 9th Earl of, Richard Edmund St. Lawrence Boyle, K.P., P.C., Marston Hall, Frome, Somersetshire, England; 20,165 acres Cork; 11,531 acres Kerry; 3,189 acres Limerick;
  • Corkery, Daniel O'Brien: Kenmare, Kerry, 3 acres Cork, 6,439 acres Kerry;
  • Crosbie, Major James: Ballyheigue Castle, Tralee, 13,422 acres Kerry;
  • Cuthbert, Thomas: England, 3,407 acres Kerry;
  • Dennis, Meade Caulfield: Fortgranite, Baltinglass, Wicklow, 215 acres Dublin, 3,550 acres Kerry, 251 acres Wicklow;
  • Denny, Sir Edward, Bart.: The Grove, Boltons, West Brompton, 21,479 acres Kerry;
  • Drummond, Robert: Charing Cross, London, 29,780 acres Kerry;
  • Eagar, Eusibus McGillicuddy: Caragh Castle, Killorglin, 6,404 acres Kerry;
  • Fitzgerald, Peter (The Knight of Kerry): Glanlearn, Valencia, and Ballinruddery, Kistowel, Kerry, 2,694 acres Carlow, 5,372 acres Kerry;
  • Godfrey, Sir John Fermor, Bart.: Kilcoleman Abbey, Milltown, Kerry, 106 acres Cork, 5,986 acres Kerry;
  • Goff, Joseph, the late, D.L. Co. Tyrone, Hale Park, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England; 791 acres Offaly (King's); 3,424 acres Kerry; 5,433 acres Tyrone;
  • Gun, Wilson: Rattoo Causeway, Kerry, 11,819 acres Kerry, 20 acres Limerick;
  • Harenc, Henry Benjamin: Lowndes square, s.w., 5,979 acres Kerry;
  • Hartropp, Edward Bouchier, J.P. Co. Leicester, High Sheriff 1833, Dalby Hall, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, England; 2,467 acres Cork, 24,222 acres Kerry, 4,545 acres Limerick;
  • Headley, Lord (Charles Allanson Winn, 2nd Baron): Aghadoe House, Killarney, 12,769 acres Kerry;
  • Herbert, Henry: Cahirmane, Killarney, 3,016 acres Kerry;
  • Herbert, Henry Arthur, M.P.: Muckross, Killarney, 47,238 acres Kerry;
  • Hickie, Wm. Creagh: Kilelton, Ballyfongford, 3,368 acres Kerry;
  • Hickson, Robert Conway: Fermoyle, Castlegregory, 13,443 acres Kerry;
  • Hurley, John, J.P. Co. Kerry, Fennit House, Tralee, Kerry; 9,675 acres Kerry;
  • Hurley, John Conway, Bridge House, Tralee and Glenduffe, Kerry; 2,495 acres Kerry;
  • Hussey, Edward: The Grover, Dingle, 3,954 acres Kerry;
  • Hussey, Samuel Murray: Edenburn and Redcliffe, Aunniscaul, Tralee, 4,272 acres Kerry;
  • Julian, Samuel: 1 Oakley villas, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, 3,711 acres Kerry;
  • Kenmare, Earl of, K.P., P.C. (Valentine Augustus Browne, 4th Earl); 22,700 acres Cork, 91,080 acres Kerry, 4,826 acres Limerick; Ledgers containing the Right Honorable Lord Viscount Kenmare's estates in Kerry, Limerick and Bantry Family History Library (FHL) microfilm numbers, rent rolls; 1740, FHL 101,772; 1747-1761, FHL 101773; 1762-1779, FHL 101,774; 1779-1789, FHL 101,775; 1782, 1780-1790, FHL 101,776; 1790-1811, FHL 101,777; 1827-1846, FHL 101,778; and 1847-1859, FHL 101,779.
  • Lansdowne, 5th Marquis of, Henry Charles Keith-Petty-Fitzmaurice, Bowood, Calne, Wiltshire, England; 2,132 acres Dublin; 94,983 acres Kerry; 617 acres Offaly (King's); 1,526 acres Limerick; 116 acres Limerick city; 12,995 acres Meath; 8,980 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Leahy, John White: South Hill, Killarney, 6,335 acres Kerry;
  • Listowel, Earl of, K.P. (William Hare, 3rd Earl): Cavanamore Mallow, Cork, 5,541 acres Cork, 25,964 acres Kerry; Grenham
  • M'Gillicuddy, Donough Denis Charles (The M'Gillicuddy): The Reeks, Killarney, 15,518 acres Kerry; Grenham
  • Mahony, Edward: Dublin, 11,668 acres Kerry;
  • Mahony, George Philip Gun: Kilmarna, Listowel and Gunsborough, Ballylongford, Kerry, 5,020 acres Kerry;
  • Mahony, John: Dunloe Castle, Killarney, 8,229 acres Kerry;
  • Mahony, Kean, Glasnevin, Dublin; 1,024 acres Kerry;
  • Mahony, Thomas M'Donogh: Cullina, Beaufort, Killarney, and Castlequin, Cahirciveen, Kerry, 7,322 acres Kerry;
  • Marshall, Richard John: Callinafercy, Miltown, Kerry, 5,955 acres Kerry;
  • Mayberry, George M., M.D.: Riversdale, Kenmare, 61 acres Cork, 3,160 acres Kerry;
  • Mundy, Major-General and Vernon, Right Hon: London, 5,892 acres Kerry;
  • O'Connell, Charles, J.P. Co. Kerry: Bantry, 9,807 acres Kerry;
  • O'Connell, Daniel, America; 536 acres Kerry;
  • O'Connell, Daniel, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kerry, High Sheriff, 1860, Derrynane Abbey, Waterville, Kerry; 17,394 acres Kerry; Grenham
  • O'Connell, Daniel James: Grenagh House, Killarney, 1,898 acres Cork, 603 acres Kerry;
  • O'Connell, Mrs. Mary, 523 acres Kerry;
  • O'Connell, Sir Maurice James, Bart.: Lakeview House, Killarney, 18,752 acres Kerry;
  • O'Connell, Morgan John, Killarney, Kerry' 1,102 acres Cork; 496 acres Kerry;
  • O'Connell, Thomas, Flesk Cottage, Killarney, Kerry; 611 acres Kerry;
  • O'Connor, John, M.D., Sandford Causeway, Kerry; 778 acres Kerry;
  • O'Donoghue, Daniel (The O'Donoghue), M.P. Tralee, 1865; 9,463 acres Kerry;
  • Oliver, Richard Silver: Bolton Lodge, Tadcastle, Yorkshire, 4,804 acres Kerry, 129 acres Kilkenny, 187 acres Waterford;
  • Orkney, 2nd Earl of, Thomas John Hamilton Fitz-Maurice, J.P. and D.L. Berkshire, England, 3 Ennismore Place, Knightsbridge, London, England; 1,642 acres Kerry; 1,438 acres Laois (Queen's); 7,877 acres Tipperary;
  • Ormathwaite, Lord, 1st Baron, John Benn Walsh, M.P. Sudbury, 1830-34, 1839-40 and Radnorshire, 1840-68, Warfield Park, Bracknell, Berkshire, England; 2,206 acres Cork; 8,907 acres Kerry;
  • Orpen, Richard Hungerford: Killaha Castle, Killarney, 995 acres Cork, 4,348 acres Kerry;
  • Orpen, Sir Richard: Ardtally, Kenmare, Kerry, 319 acres Cork, 12,873 acres Kerry; Grenham
  • Rae, Langford: Keel House, Castlemaine, 5,870 acres Kerry;
  • Sandes, Maurice Fitzgerald: Oak Park, Tralee, 11,172 acres Kerry;
  • Sandes, Thomas William: Sallowglin, Tarbert, 9,865 acres Kerry;
  • Simpson, Stephen: Elmgreen, Castleknock, Dublin, 10 acres Dublin, 4,609 acres Kerry;
  • Southwell, 4th Viscount, K.P., Thomas Arthur Joseph, Castle Matrix, Rathcoole, Limerick; 2,252 acres Cork; 1,147 acres Donegal; 329 acres Kerry; 4,017 acres Leitrim; 4,032 acres Limerick;
  • Stoughton, Thomas Anthony: Gurtagrenna, Minnane Bridge, Kinsale, Cork, 11,710 acres Kerry;
  • Sugrue, Charles, Reps. of: Sidney place, Cork, 4,622 acres Kerry;
  • Talbot-Crosbie, William: Ardfert Abbey, Ardfert, 9,913 acres Kerry; Grenham
  • Ventry, Lord (Dayrolles Blakeney Eveleigh De Moleyns, 4th Baron): Burnham House, Dingle, Kerry, 93,629 acres Kerry;
  • Williams, Francis Edward: Cappanagrown Lodge, Waterville, 3,804 acres Kerry;
  • Winn, Hon. Rowland: Rossury, Killorglin, Kerry, 13,913 acres Kerry;
  • Wise, Francis: Cork, 9,912 acres Cork, 34 acres Cork, 9,636 acres Kerry;

Kildare[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Kildare

  • Archibald, Robert, J.P. High Sheriff, Co. Kildare; Davidsontown, Castledermot; 3,075 acres Kildare;
  • Aylmer, Sir Richard George, Bart. Donadea Castle, Kilcock, Co. Kildare; 15,396 acres Kildare;
  • Aylmer, Michael, J.P. Counties Kildare and Meath; Courtown, Kilcock, Co. Kildare; 3,871 acres Kildare; Grenham
  • Barker, William Ponsonby, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, High Sheriff 1844, Kilcooley Abbey, Johnstown, Kilkenny; 3,426 acres Limerick; 329 acres Kildare; 3,260 acres Kilkenny; 8,184 acres Tipperary;
  • Barton, Hugh Lunedock, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kildare; Straffan House, Straffan; 5,044 acres Kildare;
  • Bolton, George, Crown Solicitor, Co. Tipperary, Nenagh, Tipperary; 618 acres Kildare; 579 acres Offaly (King's), 303 acres Limerick; 4,301 acres Tipperary; 265 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Borrowes, Sir Erasmus Dixon, Bart., J.P. Co. Kildare, Barretstown Castle, Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare; 2,351 acres Kildare; 2,467 acres Queen's;
  • Bruen, Henry, M. P. Co. Carlow, J.P. and D.L. Co. Carlow, High Sheriff, 1853, Oak Park, Carlow and Coolbawn, Enniscorthy, Wexford, 16,477 acres Carlow, 718 acres Galway, 248 acres Kildare, 6,932 acres Wexford; Bruen of Oak Park Papers Includes Collection List No. 23 pdf for the Bruen Family Papers, 1789-1921, Mss. 29,771-29, 785; 32,483.
  • Bryan, George Leopold, M.P., Jenkinstown House, Kilkenny; 1,627 acres Kildare; 8,209 acres Kilkenny; 3,055 acres Meath;
  • Carysfort, 5th Earl of, K.P., William Proby, J.P. and D.L. Huntingdonshire, England, J.P. Co. Wicklow, High Sheriff, 1865, Elton Hall, Peterborough, NOrthamptonshire, England; 1,588 acres Dublin; 1,206 acres Kildare; 16,291 acres Wicklow;
  • Clifden, Viscount, Henry George Agar Ellis, 4th Viscount, Gowran Castle, Kilkenny; 821 acres Dublin; 978 acres Kildare; 25,288 acres Kilkenny; 500 acres Meath;
  • Cloncurry, Lord, Valentine Frederick Lawless, 4th Baron; Lyons, Hazlehatch, Co. Kildare; 923 acres Dublin; 6,503 acres Kildare; 5,137 acres Limerick; 396 acres Meath; Grenham
  • Clonmel, 4th Earl of, John Hentry Reginald Scott, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kildare, Bishop's Court, Straffan, Kildare; 1,945 acres Carlow; 79 acres Dublin; 1,906 acres Kildare; 2,135 acres Kilkenny; 1,904 acres Limerick; 1,952 acres Monaghan; 11,098 acres Tipperary;
  • Colley, Hon. George Francis, J.P. Co. Kildare; Ferney, Stillorgan, Dublin; 603 acres Cork; 4,216 acres Kildare;
  • Coote, Sir Charles Henry, Bart., Ballyfin House, Mountrath, Laois (Queen's) Co.; 878 acres Kildare; 340 acres Limerick; 47,451 acres Laois (Queen's); 1,017 acres Roscommon;
  • Dobbs, Conway Richard, M.A., J.P. and D.L. Co. Antrim; Castle Dobbs, Carrickfergus; 5,060 acres Antrim; 7,971 acres Kildare; PRONI eCatalogue entry Estate Papers Dobbs Family 1739-1917; Roulston
  • Downshire, 6th Marquis of, Arthur Wills John Wellington Blundell Trumbull Hill, East Hampstead Park, Workingham, Berkshire, England and Hillsborough Castle, Down; 5,787 acres Antrim and Carrickfergus Town; 73,602 acres Down; 1,338 acres Kildare; 101 acres Kilkenny; 13,679 acres Offaly (King's); 15,766 acres Wicklow;
  • Doyne, Charles Mervyn, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wexford, High Sheriff, 1873, High Sheriff Co. Carlow, 1875, Wells, Gorey, Wexford; 3,203 acres Carlow; 518 acres Kildare; 7,134 acres Wexford; National Library Mss. 29,770 Doyne Family and Estate Papers 1660-1939 NLI Collection List No. 24 Doyne Papers
  • Drogheda, 3rd Marquis of, Henry Francis Seymour Moore, K.P., P.C., Moore Abbey, Monasterevan, Co. Kildare; 16,609 acres Kildare; 2,688 acres Queen's; Grenham
  • Fitzgerald, Frederick Louis, Regent's Park; 4,381 acres Kildare;
  • Fitzwilliam, 6th Earl, William Thomas Spencer Wentworth Fitzwilliam, K.G., M.P. Malton, 1837-41, 1846-47, M.P. Co. Wicklow, 1847-57, Coolattin Park, Shillelagh, Wicklow; 1,532 acres Kildare; 325 acres Wexford; 89,891 acres Wicklow; Grenham
  • Harberton, Viscount, James Spencer Pomeroy, 6th Viscount, J.P. Cos. Kildare and Surrey, The Lodge, Ranthangan; 5,167 acres Kildare;
  • Hendrick, Thomas, J.P., Kerdiffstown, Naas; 3,088 acres Kildare;
  • Kirkpatrick, Alexander Richard, J.P. Co. Kildare, Donacomper, Celbridge, Kildare; 630 acres Kildare; 3,011 acres Wicklow;
  • LaTouche, John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kildare, Harristown, Newbridge, Co. Kildare; 706 acres Dublin; 11,282 acres Kildare; 3,323 acres Leitrim;
  • Leinster, 4th Duke of, Premier Duke, Marquis, and Earl of Ireland, Charles William Fitzgerald, J.P. Co. Kildare, M.P. 1847-52; 67,227 acres Kildare; 1,044 acres Meath; Grenham
  • Leitrim, 3rd Earl of, William Sidney Clements, Lough Rynn, Dromod, Leitrim and Killadoon, Celbridge, Kildare; 54,352 acres Donegal, 18,145 acres Galway, 471 acres Kildare, 22,038 acres Leitrim;
  • Magan, Mrs. Elizabeth Georgiana, Killyon, Hill of Down, Meath; Clonearl, Offaly (King's); Eagle Hill, Kildare; Woodlawn, Bray, Wicklow; 165 acres Dublin; 2,374 acres Kildare; 1,023 acres Offaly (King's); 4,418 acres Meath; 5,604 acres Westmeath;
  • Mansfield, George Patrick Lattin, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kildare, High Sheriff, 1851; Morristown, Lattin, Naas; 4,542 acres Kildare; 1,097 acres Waterford;
  • Maunsell, George Woods, M.A., J.P. and D.L. City of Dublin, J.P. Co. Kildare; 10 Merrion Square, Dublin; 55 acres Dublin; 702 acres Kildare; 494 acres Limerick; 772 acres Meath; 511 acres Westmeath; 904 acres Wexford;
  • Mayo, Earl of, Dermot Robert Wyndham Bourke, 7th Earl, Palmerstown House, Naas; 4,915 acres Kildare; 559 acres Mayo; 2,360 acres Meath;
  • Meredyth, Henry William, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kilkenny, Norelands, Stoneyford, Kilkenny; 3,071 acres Down; 128 acres Kildare; 3,217 acres Kilkenny;
  • Molyneux, Sir Capel, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Armagh, High Sheriff 1867 Co. Armagh, Castledillon, Armagh; 3,416 acres Armagh; 2,426 acres Kildare; 1,388 acres Limerick; 5,463 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Murphy, William, Lullymore Lodge, Robertstown; 5,522 acres Kildare;
  • Nesbitt, Miss Catherine Jamison Downing, Leixlip, Kildare; 321 acres Antrim; 1,529 acres Galway; 36 acres Kildare; 2,555 acres Offaly (King's), 620 acres Limerick; 5,638 acres Derry (Londonderry); 3,641 acres Roscommon;
  • O'Ferrall, Edward More, Kildangan Castle, Monasterevan, Kildare; 1,354 acres Kildare; 4,086 acres Mayo; 2,598 acres Meath;
  • O'Farrell, Rt. Hon. Richard More, P.C. (1847), J.P. and D.L. Co. Kildare, Ballyna House, Enfield; 1,106 acres Carlow; 3,213 acres Kildare; 449 acres Longford; 380 acres Meath;
  • O'Kelly, Peter de Pentheny, J.P. Co. Kildare, High Sheriff 1858, Barrettstown, Newbridge; 3,152 acres Kildare; 360 acres Wexford;
  • Palliser, John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Waterford, High Sheriff, Comragh House, Kilmathomas, Waterford; Derryluskan, Fethard, Tipperary; 467 acres Kildare; 3,561 acres Tipperary; 9,825 acres Waterford;
  • Rathdonnell, Lord, 1st Baron, John M'Clintock, D.L. Co. Fermanagh, High Sheriff Co. Louth 1840, M.P. 1857-59; 490 acres Dublin; 4,119 acres Fermanagh; 2,695 acres Kildare; 3,188 acres Louth, 429 acres Meath; 1,226 acres Monaghan; 1,118 acres Tyrone;
  • Seaton, Lord, 2nd Baron, James Colborne, Bert House, Athy, Kildare; 1,167 acres Carlow; 1,429 acres Kildare; 3,101 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Smyth, Thomas James, J.P. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1858, 785 acres Kildare; 343 acres Offaly (King's); 150 acres Meath; 9,778 acres Westmeath;
  • Stuart de Decies, Lord, 2nd Baron, Henry Villiers-Stuart, J.P. and D.L. Co. Waterford, Dromana, Cappoquin, Waterford; 2,295 acres Kildare; 7,280 acres Waterford;
  • Verschoyle, Lt. Colonel, James Lorenzo, Dublin; 3,998 acres Kildare; 257 acres Meath; 3,981 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Waller, Rev. John Thomas, Rector of Kilcornan Parish, Diocese of Limerick, Castletown Manor, Pallaskenry, Limerick; 6,636 acres Limerick;
  • Wilson, George Orr, Dunardagh, Blackrock, Co. Dublin; 5,153 acres Kildare; 1,395 acres Wexford;

Kilkenny[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Kilkenny

  • Adair, John George, J.P. Cos. Donegal, Kildare, and Tipperary: Glenveagh Castle, Donegal, 16,308 acres Donegal, 518 acres Kilkenny, 9,655 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Ashbrook, Viscount, Henry Jeffrey Flowers, 6th Viscount, D.L. Queen's Co., High Sheriff, 1856, Durrow Castle, Durrow, Queen's Co.; 7,190 acres Kilkenny; 7,476 acres King's; 334 acres Limerick, 4,515 acres Queen's;
  • Aylward, James Kearney, J.P. and D.L. Kilkenny, High Sheriff, 1837, Shankhill Castle, Whitehall; 3,376 acres Kilkenny;
  • Barker, William Ponsonby, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, High Sheriff 1844, Kilcooley Abbey, Johnstown, Kilkenny; 3,426 acres Limerick; 329 acres Kildare; 3,260 acres Kilkenny; 8,184 acres Tipperary;
  • Bessborough, 5th Earl of, John George Brabazon Ponsonby, Bessborough House, Piltown, Kilkenny; 10,578 acres Carlow; 23,967 acres Kilkenny; 129 acres Tipperary; Bessborough Papers, Ponsonby Family, Earls of Bessborough, 1826-43 Collection List No. 25 pdf for the Bessborough Papers.
  • Boyse, Capt. Henry Samuel Hunt, R.N., J.P. and D.L. Co. Wexford, Bannow House, Bannow, Wexford; 2,372 acres Kilkenny; 159 acres Offaly (King's), 4,589 acres Wexford;
  • Bryan, George Leopold, M.P., Jenkinstown House, Kilkenny; 1,627 acres Kildare; 8,209 acres Kilkenny; 3,055 acres Meath;
  • Caulfield, St. George, J.P. Co. Roscommon, Dunamon Castle, Roscommon; 4,604 acres Galway; 1,514 acres Kilkenny; 6,632 acres Roscommon; 824 acres Tipperary, 558 acres Tyrone;
  • Christmas, Octavia, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England; 579 acres Kilkenny; 4,026 acres Waterford;
  • Clayton, Richard Clayton Browne, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wexford, Carrickburne, New Ross; Ballinabola, New Ross; 3,063 acres Kilkenny; 3,191 acres Wexford;
  • Clifden, Viscount, Henry George Agar Ellis, 4th Viscount, Gowran Castle, Kilkenny; 821 acres Dublin; 978 acres Kildare; 25,288 acres Kilkenny; 500 acres Meath;
  • Cliffe, Anthony, J.P. Co. Wexford, High Sheriff, 1822, Bellevue, Killurin, Enniscorthy, Wexford; 953 acres Cork; 2,236 acres Kilkenny; 276 acres Meath; 4,459 acres Wexford;
  • Clonmel, 4th Earl of, John Hentry Reginald Scott, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kildare, Bishop's Court, Straffan, Kildare; 1,945 acres Carlow; 79 acres Dublin; 1,906 acres Kildare; 2,135 acres Kilkenny; 1,904 acres Limerick; 1,952 acres Monaghan; 11,098 acres Tipperary;
  • Coghill, Sir John Jocelyn, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Dublin, Castletownsend, Cork; 472 acres Dublin; 1,269 acres Meath; 4,564 acres Kilkenny;
  • De Boisi, Count and Countess, 243 Boulevard, St. Germains, Paris (with Smyth, Lary John, 4 Rue D'Aboukir, Courbevoise, Paris), 2,502 acres Clare; 544 acres Kilkenny; 1,547 acres Limerick; 3,381 acres Tipperary;
  • De Montmorency, Rev. Waller, Castlemorris, Knocktopher; 4,845 acres Kilkenny;
  • Desart, Earl of, William Ulick O'Connor Cuffe, 4th Earl, Desart House, Kilkenny; 8,000 acres Kilkenny; 932 acres Tipperary;
  • Donoughmore, 5th Earl of, John Luke George Hutchinson, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, J.P. Co. Waterford, Knocklofty, Clonmel, Tipperary; 1,972 acres Cork; 143 acres Dublin; 486 acres Kilkenny; 80 acres Louth; 373 acres Monaghan; 4,711 acres Tipperary; 2,878 acres Waterford; 1,307 acres Wexford;
  • Downshire, 6th Marquis of, Arthur Wills John Wellington Blundell Trumbull Hill, East Hampstead Park, Workingham, Berkshire, England and Hillsborough Castle, Down; 5,787 acres Antrim and Carrickfergus Town; 73,602 acres Down; 1,338 acres Kildare; 101 acres Kilkenny; 13,679 acres Offaly (King's); 15,766 acres Wicklow;
  • Dunsany, Lord, 15th Baron, Edward Plunkett, J.P. and D.L. Co. Meath, Dunsany Castle, Navan, Meath; 31 acres Cavan; 1,530 acres Kilkenny; 3,988 acres Meath;
  • Esmonde, Sir John, Bart., M.P. Co. Waterford, J.P. Cos. Waterford and Wexford, High Sheriff, 1867, High Sheriff Co. Wicklow, 1875, Ballynastragh, Gorey, Wexford; 629 acres Kilkenny; 389 acres Offaly (King's); 429 acres Longford; 717 acres Tipperary; 701 acres Waterford; 3,533 acres Wexford; 2,088 acres Wicklow;
  • Flood, William, J.P., Paulstown Castle, Gowran; 3,852 acres Kilkenny;
  • Flood, William Hanford, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kilkenny, High Sheriff, 1849, 4,789 acres Kilkenny;
  • Frankfort de Montmorency, 2nd Viscount, Lodge Raymond de Montmorency, Theydon Bower, Epping, Essex, England; 636 acres Carlow; 1,045 acres Cavan; 4,610 acres Kilkenny;
  • Going, William, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, Ballyphilip, Killenaule, Tipperary; 19 acres Kilkenny; 6,398 acres Tipperary;
  • Hely, Capt. Gorges, J.P., Foulkscourt Castle, Johnstown; 6,461 acres Kilkenny;
  • Kavanagh, Arthur MacMorrough, M.P. Carlow 1868, Borris House, Carlow, 16,051 acres Carlow, 7,341 acres Kilkenny, 620 acres Westmeath, 5,013 acres Wexford;
  • Lefroy, Anthony, J.P. and D.L. Co. Longford, High Sheriff, Carrickglass, Longford; 310 acres Kilkenny; 4,229 acres Longford;
  • Maher, Matthias Aiden, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wexford, High Sheriff, 1878, Ballinkeel, Enniscorthy, Wexford; 1,081 acres Kilkenny; 4,950 acres Wexford;
  • Meredyth, Henry William, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kilkenny, Norelands, Stoneyford, Kilkenny; 3,071 acres Down; 128 acres Kildare; 3,217 acres Kilkenny;
  • Monck, 4th Viscount, Charles Stanley Monck, Lord Lieutenant Co. Dublin, Charleville, Bray; 193 acres Dublin; 5,385 acresKilkenny; 212 acres Westmeath; 5,663 acres Wexford; 3,434 acres Wicklow;
  • Morgan, Hon. Mrs. Deane-Grogan, Arcandrisk, Wexford; 1,034 acres Kilkenny; 9,412 acres Wexford;
  • Mountgarret, 13th Viscount, Henry Edmund Butler, D.L. Co. Kilkenny, Ballyconra House, Kilkenny; Nidd Hall, Yorkshire; 11,919 acres Kilkenny; 275 acres Wexford;
  • Musgrave, Sir Richard John, Tourin, Cappoquin, and Mount Rivers, Waterford; 124 acres Kilkenny; 8,282 acres Waterford;
  • Normanton, 3rd Earl of, James Charles Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar, D.L. Wiltshire, England, M.P. Wilton, 1841-52, House of Peers, Lord Somerton, Somerly, Ringwood, Hampshire, England; 3,294 acres Kilkenny; 1,003 acres Limerick; 7,625 acres Tipperary;
  • Ormonde, 3rd Marquis of, James Edward William Theobald Butler, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kilkenny, Kilkenny Castle, Kilkenny; 12,039 acres Kilkenny; 15,765 acres Tipperary;
  • O'Shee, Nicholas Richard Power, J.P. and D.L. Co. Waterford, High Sheriff, 1861, Gardenmorris, Kil, Piltown, Kilkenny; 2,417 acres Kilkenny; 4,995 acres Waterford;
  • Power, Joseph O'Neill, J.P. Co. Kilkenny, Snowhill, Waterford; 3,788 acres Kilkenny; 4,524 acres Waterford;
  • Power, Sir Richard Crampton, J.P. Co. Kilkenny, High Sheriff, Kilfane, Thomastown, Kilkenny; 2,650 acres Kilkenny; 2,850 acres Tipperary; 266 acres Waterford; 367 acres Wicklow;
  • Putland, George, Bray Head, Bray, Wicklow; 3,229 acres Kilkenny;
  • Roche, Thomas Redington, High Sheriff 1869 Co. Galway, Ryehill, Monivea, Galway; 3,217 acres Galway; 1,572 acres Kilkenny; 1,166 acres Limerick; 88 acres Mayo;
  • Scully, Jerome James, J.P. Co. Tipperary, Silverfort, Cashel, Tipperary; 349 acres Kilkenny; 231 acres Tipperary;
  • Sullivan, Francis, Castle Banford, Kilkenny; 1,160 acres Kilkenny
  • Sullivan, Michael, J.P. Co. Kilkenny, High Sheriff, 1870, M.P. Co. Tipperary 1847-1865, Lackan Hall, Kilkenny; 3,797 acres Kilkenny; 585 acres Tipperary;
  • Tighe, Frederick E.B., J.P. Co. Wicklow, Mount Hubert, Bray; 3,036 acres Kilkenny; 570 acres Tipperary;
  • Tighe, Right Hon. William Fred. Fownes P.C., J.P. Cos. Carlow, Westmeath, and Wexford, High Sheriff Co. Kilkenny 1823 and Co. Carlow, 1839, Woodstock, Inistiogue, Kilkenny; 3,909 acres Carlow; 12,046 acres Kilkenny; 5,500 acres Westmeath; 591 acres Wexford; 1,183 acres Tipperary; National Library Mss. 871 Rentals (1814-1827)
  • Tisdall, John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Meath, High Sheriff, 1841, Charlesfort, Kells, Meath; 575 acres Kilkenny; 493 acres Limerick; 3,962 acres Meath;
  • Waldron, Lawrence, Ballybrack, Killiney, Dublin and Helen Park, Killenaule, Tipperary; 188 acres Carlow; 11 acres Dublin; 460 acres Kilkenny; 837 acres Mayo; 570 acres Roscommon; 4,060 acres Tipperary;
  • Wandesford, Charles B.C., Castlecomer, Kilkenny; 22,232 acres Kilkenny;
  • Waterford, 5th Marquis of K.P., Lord Lieutenant and Custus Rotulorum of Co. and City of Waterford, 1874, Curraghmore, Portlaw, Waterford; 305 acres Cavan; 55 acres Kildare; 406 acres Kilkenny; 39,883 acres Waterford; 26,035 acres Wicklow;

Laois (Queen's)[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Laois (Queen's)

  • Adair, John George, J.P. Cos. Donegal, Kildare, and Tipperary: Glenveagh Castle, Donegal, 16,308 acres Donegal, 518 acres Kilkenny, 9,655 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Ashbrook, Viscount, Henry Jeffrey Flowers, 6th Viscount, D.L. Laois Co. (Queen's), High Sheriff, 1856, Durrow Castle, Durrow, Laois Co. (Queen's); 7,190 acres Kilkenny; 7,476 acres Offaly (King's); 334 acres Limerick, 4,515 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Bellew, Mrs. Grattan Mountbellew, Galway; 10,593 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Bolton, George, Crown Solicitor, Co. Tipperary, Nenagh, Tipperary; 618 acres Kildare; 579 acres Offaly (King's), 303 acres Limerick; 4,301 acres Tipperary; 265 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Carew, Lord, K.P., Robert Shapland Carew, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Wexford, 1856, J.P. Co. Waterford, High Sheriff Cos. Waterford and Wexford, M.P. Co. Waterford, 1840-47, Castleborough, Enniscorthy, Wexford; 1,098 acres Laois (Queen's); 1,953 acres Waterford; 17,830 acres Wexford;
  • Castletown, Lord, P.C., 1st Baron, John Wilson Fitzpatrick, Lisduff, Errill, Templemore, Co. Tipperary; Grantstown Manor, Abbeyleix; 22,241 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Close, Maxwell Charles, M. P., J.P. and D.L. Co. Armagh, High Sheriff 1854, Drumbanagher, 9,087 acres, Armagh; and 3,678 acres, Laois (Queen's);
  • Congleton, Lord, 2nd Baron, John Vesey Parnell, Rathleague, Maryborough, Laois (Queen's) Co.; 5,515 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Coote, Sir Charles Henry, Bart., Ballyfin House, Mountrath, Laois (Queen's) Co.; 878 acres Kildare; 340 acres Limerick; 47,451 acres Laois (Queen's); 1,017 acres Roscommon;
  • Cosby, Robert Ashworth Godolphin, J.P. and D.L. Laois (Queen's) Co., High Sheriff 1863, Stradbally Hall, Stradbally; 10,110 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Cosby, Rev. William, 550 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Croasdaile, Captain John, J.P. Laois (Queen's), Rynn, Rosenallis, Laois (Queen's) Co.; 3,185 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • DeVesci, 4th Viscount, John Robert William, J.P. Laois (Queen's) Co., 818 acres Cork; 420 acres Dublin; 15,069 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Digby, Lord, 9th Baron, Edward Vincent Digby, Geashill Castle, Tullamore, Offaly (King's) and Minterne HouseCerne Abbas, Dorchester, England; 29,722 acres Offaly (King's); 938 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Domville, William Compton, J.P. and D.L. Co. Dublin, High Sheriff 1864, J.P. Laois (Queen's) Co., High Sheriff, Heywood House, Ballinakill, Abbeyleix, Laois (Queen's); 1,513 acres Dublin; 6,040 acres Mayo; 1,512 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Drogheda, Marquis of, Henry Francis Seymour Moore, K.P., P.C., 3rd Marquis, Moore Abbey, Monasterevan, Co. Kildare; 16,609 acres Kildare; 2,688 acres Queen's;
  • Dunne, Edward Meadows, Brittas, Clonaslee, Laois (Queen's) Co.; 9,215 acres Laois (Queen's); 1,544 acres Roscommon;
  • Edge, Benjamin Booker, J.P., Clonbrock House, Carlow; 1,575 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Edge, John D., 43 Park Avenue, Dublin; 843 acres Laois (Queen's); 65 acres Wicklow;
  • Edge, John Henry, M.A., J.P. Laois (Queen's), Farnans, Ballickmoyler, Laois (Queen's); 1,576 acres Laois (Queen's); 1,028 acres Wicklow;
  • Edge, Samuel, M.D., J.P., Granstown House, Ballycolla; 3,627 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Fitzgerald, Gerald, 160 acres Fermanagh; 3,516 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Fitzgerald, John A., Mountmellick; 523 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Fitzgerald, Robert Uniacke Penrose, J.P. and D.L. Co. Cork, Cookbeg House, Whitegate, Cork; 5,307 acres Cork; 764 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Kemmis, Arthur Henry Nicholas, J.P. Surrey and King's (Offaly) Co., High Sheriff 1862, Upper Norwood, Surrey, England; 4,485 acres Offaly (King's); 275 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Kemmis, Thomas, J.P. and D.L. Laois (Queen's), High Sheriff 1860, Shaen, Maryborough; 5,800 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Kemmis, William, Jr., Killeen, Portarlington; 1,710 acres Laois (Queen's); 492 acres Wicklow;
  • Kemmis, William Gilbert, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wicklow, High Sheriff 1855 Laois (Queen's), Ballinacor, Rathdrum, Wicklow; 4,706 acres Laois (Queen's); 8,041 acres Wicklow;
  • Kirk, William Millar, J.P. Cos. Armagh and Wexford, The Park, Gorey, Wexford; 718 acres Monaghan; 3,919 acres Laois (Queen's); 1,527 acres Wexford;
  • Lansdowne, 5th Marquis of, Henry Charles Keith-Petty-Fitzmaurice, Bowood, Calne, Wiltshire, England; 2,132 acres Dublin; 94,983 acres Kerry; 617 acres Offaly (King's); 1,526 acres Limerick; 116 acres Limerick city; 12,995 acres Meath; 8,980 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • M'Neale, Mrs. Margaret, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England; 1,319 acres Offaly (King's); 4,716 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Molyneux, Sir Capel, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Armagh, High Sheriff 1867 Co. Armagh, Castledillon, Armagh; 3,416 acres Armagh; 2,426 acres Kildare; 1,388 acres Limerick; 5,463 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Orkney, 2nd Earl of, Thomas John Hamilton Fitz-Maurice, J.P. and D.L. Berkshire, England, 3 Ennismore Place, Knightsbridge, London, England; 1,642 acres Kerry; 1,438 acres Laois (Queen's); 7,877 acres Tipperary;
  • Pigot, Robert A.R., Rosenallis; 4,932 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Portarlington, 3rd Earl of, Henry John Reuben Dawson Damer, J.P. and D.L. Laois (Queen's) Co., Emopark, Portarlington; 1,126 acres Offaly (King's); 11,149 Laois (Queen's); 2,897 acres Tipperary;
  • Stubber, Robert Hamilton, J.P. and D.L. Laois (Queen's), High Sheriff 1873, Moyne, Durrow; 7,388 acres Queen's; (Note: assumed the name of Stubber in 1824);
  • Toler, Hon. Otway Fortescue Graham, Brookham House, Leatherhead, Surrey, England (and res. London); 4,524 acres Offaly (King's); 3,076 acres Laois (Queen's); 8,789 acres Tipperary; 142 acres Westmeath;
  • Verschoyle, Lt. Colonel, James Lorenzo, Dublin; 3,998 acres Kildare; 257 acres Meath; 3,981 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Walsh, Sir John Allen Johnston, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Laois (Queen's), High Sheriff 1854, 3,131 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Warburton, Richard, J.P. and D.L. Offaly (King's), High Sheriff 1869; 5,851 Offaly (King's); 6,072 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Warburton, William, 8 Lower Buckingham Street, Dublin, 922 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • White, Robert P., 12 Oakland Villas, Rathgar, Dublin; 1,104 acres Laois (Queen's); 187 acres Tipperary;

Leitrim[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Leitrim

  • Blackall, Major Robert, J.P. and D.L. Co. Longford, J.P. Co. Leitrim, Coolamber, Lisryan, Longford; 1,805 acres Leitrim; 4,643 acres Longford; 27 acres Westmeath;
  • Clements, Henry Theophilus, J.P. and D.L. Co. Cavan, High Sheriff 1849, Ashfield, Cootehill, Cavan; 3,908 acres Cavan, 752 acres Leitrim; 174 acres Waterford; Clements Estate, Co. Cavan 1774-1844.
  • Clements, John Marcus, 7 Queen's Park, Monkstown, Dublin; 6,773 acres Leitrim;
  • Crofton, Morgan, Shanganagh, Kingstown; 2,792 acres Leitrim;
  • Crofton, Sir Morgan George, Bart, D.L. Co. Leitrim, High Sheriff 1874, Mohill House, Leitrim; 9,590 acres Leitrim; 1,608 acres Longford; 271 acres Roscommon; Grenham
  • Ellis, Arthur, Solicitor, J.P. Co. Leitrim, Ardee, Louth and Tankerville, Balbriggan, Dublin; 491 acres Cavan; 72 acres Dublin; 3,047 acres Leitrim;
  • Ellis, George, M.D., 91 Lower Leeson St. Dublin; 627 acres Leitrim; 584 acres Roscommon; 103 acres Tyrone;
  • Fetherston, Francis, 213 acres Leitrim; 1,343 acres Longford;
  • Ffolliott, Col. John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Sligo, High Sheriff, Hollybrook, Boyle, Roscommon; 1,783 acres Donegal; 1,473 acres Leitrim; 4,168 acres Sligo;
  • Fox, George Lane, J.P. and D.L. Co. Leitrim and West Yorkshire, High Sheriff, Bramham Park, Beverly, Yorkshire; 18,850 acres Leitrim; 5,219 acres Waterford;
  • Granard, 7th Earl of, George Arthur Hastings Forbes, K.P., Castle Forbes, Newtownforbes, Longford and Johnstown Castle, Wexford; 4,360 acres Letirim; 15,049 acres Longford;
  • Harlech, Lord, 2nd Baron, William Richard Ormsby Gore, M.P. Co. Sligo, 1841-1852, Co. Leitrim, 1858-1876, High Sheriff, 1857, Derrycarne, Dromod, Leitrim; 7,480 acres Leitrim; 1174 acres Mayo; 172 acres Roscommon; 21,019 acres Sligo; 2,794 acres Westmeath;
  • Johnston, Forbes, J.P., Brookhill, Kinlough, Bundoran; 1,024 acres Leitrim;
  • Johnston, St. George R., J.P. Co. Longford, Rathcline House Lanesborough, Longford; 1,139 acres Galway; 217 acres Leitrim;
  • Johnston, William, J.P. Co. Leitrim, High Sheriff, Kinlough House, Kinlough, Leitrim; 471 acres Donegal; 739 acres Fermanagh; 10,633 acres Leitrim; 332 acres Sligo;
  • Jones, Miss Catherine P., Hazle Place, Maidstone, Kent, England; 9,839 acres Leitrim;
  • King, Sir Gilbert, Bart., D.L. Co. Roscommon, High Sheriff Co. Leitrim, 1876, Charlestown, Drumnsna, Leitrim and 21 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin; 480 acres Leitrim, 1,858 acres
  • LaTouche, John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kildare, Harristown, Newbridge, Co. Kildare; 706 acres Dublin; 11,282 acres Kildare; 3,323 acres Leitrim;
  • La Touche, William Robert, J.P. and D.L. Co. Leitrim; J.P. Co. Wicklow; High Sheriff Co. Leitrim 1866 and Co. Wicklow 1860; 8,234 acres Leitrim; 1,347 acres Tipperary; 1,798 acres Wicklow;
  • Leitrim, 3rd Earl of, William Sidney Clements, Lough Rynn, Dromod, Leitrim and Killadoon, Celbridge, Kildare; 54,352 acres Donegal, 18,145 acres Galway, 471 acres Kildare, 22,038 acres Leitrim; Grenham
  • Lloyd, Guy, J.P. and D.L. Co. Roscommon, High Sheriff, 1867, Croghan House, Boyle, Roscommon; 1,262 acres Leitrim; 7,302 acres Roscommon;
  • Lloyd, Robert Jones, 3 Pope's Grove, Twickenham, London, England; 892 acres Leitrim; 300 acres Roscommon;
  • Madden, John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Fermanagh, J.P. Cos. Cavan and Leitrim, High Sheriff Co. Fermanagh 1859 and Co. Monaghan 1863; 3,549 acres Leitrim; 4,644 acres Monaghan;
  • Maguire, Edward, Gortoral, Swanlinbar, Cavan; 716 acres Fermanagh; 4,138 acres Leitrim;
  • Massy, Lord, 5th Baron, John Thomas William Massy, J.P. and D.L. Co. Leitrim, High Sheriff 1863, 24,751 acres Leitrim; 8,568 acres Limerick; 1,120 acres Tipperary;
  • Montgomery, Hugh Lyons, J.P. and D.L. Co. Leitrim, High Sheriff, Drumkeerin, Carrick-on-Shannon; 10,179 acres Leitrim;
  • O'Beirne, Hugh, J.P. and D.L. Co. Leitrim, Jamestown House, Drumsna; 7,662 acres Leitrim;
  • Peyton, Richard Reynolds, Loughscur, Keshcarrigan; 2,514 acres Leitrim;
  • Peyton, Rev. Walton Cunningham, Driney, Drumcong, Leitrim; 1,367 acres Leitrim;
  • Peyton, William, J.P. and D.L. Co. Leitrim, High Sheriff 1871, CastleCarrow, Carrick-on-Shannon; 3,920 acres Leitrim;
  • Southwell, 4th Viscount, K.P., Thomas Arthur Joseph, Castle Matrix, Rathcoole, Limerick; 2,252 acres Cork; 1,147 acres Donegal; 329 acres Kerry; 4,017 acres Leitrim; 4,032 acres Limerick;
  • Tenison, Lt.-Col. Edward King, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum, Co. Roscommon, 1856; J.P. Cos. Leitrim and Sligo, High Sheriff, Lord Lieutenant Co. Leitrim, 1840-1856, M.P. Co. Leitrim, 1847-1852, Kilronan Castle, Keadue, Roscommon; 196 acres Dublin; 1,554 acres Leitrim, 16,915 acres Roscommon; 1,783 acres Sligo; 48 acres Westmeath;
  • Tottenham, Arthur Loftus, J.P. and D.L. Co. Leitrim, High Sheriff 1866, Glenfarne Hall, Enniskillen; 14,561 acres Leitrim.
  • White, Captain George, Kilmore, Artane, Dublin; 6,152 acres Leitrim;
  • Whyte, Adam, Whyte Hall; 1,139 acres Leitrim;
  • Whyte, Col. John James, J.P. and D.L. Co. Leitrim, High Sheriff 1854, J.P. Co. Sligo, Newtown Manor, Sligo and Glencar Lodge, Manor Hamilton, Co. Leitrim; 9,326 acres Leitrim;
  • Wynne, Owen, J.P. and D.L. Co. Sligo, High Sheriff 1875, J.P. Co. Leitrim, Hazlewood, Sligo and Lurganboy Lodge, Manorhamilton, Leitrim; 15,436 acres Leitrim; 12,982 acres Sligo; Grenham

Limerick[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Limerick

  • Annaly, 2nd Baron, Lord Luke White, J.P. and D.L. Co. Dublin, J.P. Co. Longford, High Sheriff 1860, Woodlands, Clonsilla, Dublin and Rathcline, Longford; 2,139 acres Dublin; 5,428 acres Limerick; 12,160 acres Longford;
  • Armstrong, William, J.P. Co. Waterford, Ballydavid, Passage East, Waterford; 413 acres Limerick; 2,260 acres Tipperary; 52 acres Waterford;
  • Ashbrook, Viscount, Henry Jeffrey Flowers, 6th Viscount, D.L. Queen's Co., High Sheriff, 1856, Durrow Castle, Durrow, Queen's Co.; 7,190 acres Kilkenny; 7,476 acres King's; 334 acres Limerick, 4,515 acres Queen's;
  • Ashtown, Lord, 2nd Baron, Frederick Mason Trench, J.P. and D.L. Co. Galway, High Sheriff, Woodlawn, Galway and Clonodfoy, Kilfinane, Limerick; 50 acres Dublin; 8,310 acres Galway; 2,780 acres Offaly (King's); 11,273 acres Limerick; 841 acres Roscommon; 4,526 acres Tipperary; 9,435 acres Waterford; 42 acres Westmeath; Grenham
  • Barker, William Ponsonby, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, High Sheriff 1844, Kilcooley Abbey, Johnstown, Kilkenny; 3,426 acres Limerick; 329 acres Kildare; 3,260 acres Kilkenny; 8,184 acres Tipperary;
  • Barrington, Sir Croker, Bart., Glenstal, Murroe and 58 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin; 9,485 acres Limerick;
  • Barrington, James G., Sandville Grange, Kilmallock; 644 acres Limerick;
  • Bolton, George, Crown Solicitor, Co. Tipperary, Nenagh, Tipperary; 618 acres Kildare; 579 acres Offaly (King's), 303 acres Limerick; 4,301 acres Tipperary; 265 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Buckley, Nathaniel, Galtee Castle, Mitchelstown; 7,563 acres Limerick; 13,260 acres Tipperary;
  • Caulfeild, George, J.P., Copsewood, Pallaskenry; 3,350 acres Limerick;
  • Cloncurry, Lord, Valentine Frederick Lawless, 4th Baron; Lyons, Hazlehatch, Co. Kildare; Dublin 923 acres; Kildare 6,503 acres; Limerick 5,137 acres; Meath 396 acres; Grenham
  • Clonmel, 4th Earl of, John Hentry Reginald Scott, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kildare, Bishop's Court, Straffan, Kildare; 1,945 acres Carlow; 79 acres Dublin; 1,906 acres Kildare; 2,135 acres Kilkenny; 1,904 acres Limerick; 1,952 acres Monaghan; 11,098 acres Tipperary;
  • Coote, Sir Charles Henry, Bart., Ballyfin House, Mountrath, Laois (Queen's) Co.; 878 acres Kildare; 340 acres Limerick; 47,451 acres Laois (Queen's); 1,017 acres Roscommon;
  • Cork and Orrery, 9th Earl of, Richard Edmund St. Lawrence Boyle, K.P., P.C., Marston Hall, Frome, Somersetshire, England; 20,165 acres Cork; 11,531 acres Kerry; 3,189 acres Limerick;
  • Croker, Capt. Edward, J.P. and D.L. Co. Limerick, High Sheriff 1868, The Grange, Limerick; 2,121 acres Limerick;
  • Croker, Henry, Dromkeen, Pallasgreen; 724 acres Limerick;
  • Croker, John Monck, Ballinagarde, Limerick; 3,328 acres Limerick;
  • De Boisi, Count and Countess, 243 Boulevard, St. Germains, Paris (with Smyth, Lary John, 4 Rue D'Aboukir, Courbevoise, Paris), 2,502 acres Clare; 544 acres Kilkenny; 1,547 acres Limerick; 3,381 acres Tipperary;
  • De Burgho, Lady, Island House, Castleconnell, Limerick; 3,844 acres Limerick; 372 acres Wexford;
  • Delmege, John Christopher, J.P. Cos. Clare, Cork and Limerick, Castle Park, Limerick; 1,641 acres Clare; 77 acres Cork; 3,066 acres Limerick;
  • De Salis, the late Count, Tandragee, Armagh; 3,663 acres Armagh; 4,026 acres Limerick;
  • De Strafford-O'Brien, Henry, Cratloe Woods, Cratloe, Limerick; 11,105 acres Clare; 5,263 acres Limerick; 7,984 acres Tipperary;
  • De Vere, Sir Vere Edmund, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Limerick, Curragh Chase, Adare; 4,166 acres Limerick;
  • Devon, Earl of, William Reginald Courtenay, P.C., J.P. Co. Limerick, The Castle, Newcastle, Limerick; Ponderham Castle, Exeter and The Moult, Salcombe, Kingsbridge, Devon, England; 33,026 acres Limerick;
  • Dickson, Samuel F., Creaves, Askeaton; 2,540 acres Limerick;
  • Dickson, Col. William, 26 Portman Square, London, England; 8,559 acres Limerick; 513 acres Tipperary;
  • Dickson, Rev. William Richard, Woodlands, St. Mary's, Berkshire, England; 1,152 acres Limerick;
  • Dunraven and Mount-Earl, 4th Earl of, Windham Thomas Wyndham-Quin, J.P. and D.L. Co. Limerick, Adare Manor, Limerick and Dunraven Castle, Bridgend, Glamorganshire, Wales; 164 acres Clare; 1,005 acres Kerry' 14,298 acres Limerick;
  • Fitzgerald, Desmond John Edmund, J.P. and D.L. Co. Limerick, High Sheriff, 1871-72, Glin Castle, Limerick; 5,693 acres Limerick;
  • Fitzgibbon, Lady Louisa Isabella Georgina, Mountshannon, Lisnagry, Limerick; 10,316 acres Limerick; 3,178 acres Tipperary;
  • Franks, John, J.P. Co. Tipperary, J.P. and D.L. Co. Limerick, High Sheriff 1864, Ballyscaddene, Knocklong; 3,196 acres Limerick;
  • French-Gascoigne, Capt. Frederick Charles, J.P. and D.L. Co. Limerick, High Sheriff 1863, Cloughanodfoy, Kilfinane, Limerick and Portarlington Park, Aberford, Yorkshire; 7,766 acres Limerick;
  • Gabbett, Rev. Joseph, M.A. Diocese of Limerick, Kilmallock, Limerick; 3,533 acres Limerick; 40 acres Tipperary;
  • Gascoigne - see French-Gascoigne
  • Goold, The Venerable Frederick Falkiner, Archdeacon of Raphoe, Drommadda, Glin, Limerick; 10,966 acres Limerick;
  • Guillamore, 3rd Viscount, Paget Standish O'Grady, Cahirguillamore, Bruff, Limerick and Cricklewood Lodge, Cricklewood, Kilburn; 1,096 acres Cork; 3,750 acres Limerick;
  • Hare, Hon. Richard, St. Michael's Lodge, Stoke, Devonport, Devon, England; 3,687 acres Limerick;
  • Harkenss, William Henry, Carrigbeg, Clarina, Limerick; 4,323 acres Limerick;
  • Hartropp, Edward Bouchier, J.P. Co. Leicester, High Sheriff 1833, Dalby Hall, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, England; 2,467 acres Cork, 24,222 acres Kerry, 4,545 acres Limerick;
  • Kenmare, Earl of, K.P., P.C. (Valentine Augustus Browne, 4th Earl); 22,700 acres Cork, 91,080 acres Kerry, 4,826 acres Limerick; Ledgers containing the Right Honorable Lord Viscount Kenmare's estates in Kerry, Limerick and Bantry Family History Library (FHL) microfilm numbers, rent rolls; 1740, FHL 101,772; 1747-1761, FHL 101773; 1762-1779, FHL 101,774; 1779-1789, FHL 101,775; 1782, 1780-1790, FHL 101,776; 1790-1811, FHL 101,777; 1827-1846, FHL 101,778; and 1847-1859, FHL 101,779.
  • Langford, Lord, 4th Baron, Hercules Edward Rowley, Summerhill House, Summerhill, Meath, 3,659 acres Dublin, 3,855 acres Limerick, 2,231 acres Meath; Appeal from the Court of Exchequer in Ireland.
  • Lansdowne, 5th Marquis of, Henry Charles Keith-Petty-Fitzmaurice, Bowood, Calne, Wiltshire, England; 2,132 acres Dublin; 94,983 acres Kerry; 617 acres Offaly (King's); 1,526 acres Limerick; 116 acres Limerick city; 12,995 acres Meath; 8,980 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Leconfield, Lord 2nd Baron, Henry Wyndham, Petworth House, Sussex, England; 37,292 acres Clare, 6,269 acres Limerick, 273 acres Tipperary;
  • Limerick, 3rd Earl of, William Hale John Charles Pery, J.P. and D.L. Co. Limerick, J.P. Cos. Clare and Cork, Dromore Castle, Pallaskenry, Limerick; 1550 acres Clare; 76 acres Cork; 4,083 acres Limerick;
  • Low, John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Limerick, High Sheriff 1852, Sunville, Kilfanane, Limerick; 132 acres Cork; 3,204 acres Limerick;
  • Marlay, Charles Brindley, J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff 1853, Belvedere House, Mullingar, Westmeath; 38 acres Offaly (King's); 453 acres Limerick; 3,067 acres Louth; 9,059 acres Westmeath;
  • Massy, Edward Taylor, J.P. and D.L. Co. Pembroke, Wales, Cottermore, Haverfordwest, South Wales; 4,620 acres Limerick;
  • Massy, Mrs. Elizabeth, Stoneville, Rathkeale; 1,138 acres Limerick;
  • Massy, George Rollo, Usher's Quay, Dublin; 1,000 acres Limerick;
  • Massy, Hugh, J.P., Ballinacurra House, Limerick; 2,309 acres Limerick
  • Massy, John, J.P., Kingswell House, Tipperary; 1,303 acres Tipperary; 432 acres Limerick;
  • Massy, Lord, 5th Baron, John Thomas William Massy, J.P. and D.L. Co. Leitrim, High Sheriff 1863, 24,751 acres Leitrim; 8,568 acres Limerick; 1,120 acres Tipperary;
  • Massy, William, Bansha Castle, Tipperary; 169 acres Limerick; 992 acres Tipperary;
  • Massy-Dawson, George King Staunton, J.P. Co. Limerick, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, High Sheriff, 1854, Ballinacourte, Tipperary; 165 acres Limerick; 19,093 acres Tipperary;
  • Maunsell, Venerable Archdeacon, 1,815 acres Limerick;
  • Maunsell, Mrs. Elizabeth, 17 Lower Mount St., Dublin; 5,011 acres Limerick;
  • Maunsell, Daniel Meares, J.P., Ballywilliam, Rathkeale, Limerick; 4,231 acres Limerick;
  • Maunsell, George Woods, M.A., J.P. and D.L. City of Dublin, J.P. Co. Kildare, 10 Merrion Square, Dublin; 55 acres Dublin; 702 acres Kildare; 494 acres Limerick; 772 acres Meath; 511 acres Westmeath; 904 acres Wexford;
  • Maunsell, John, J.P., Edenmore, Raheny, Dublin; 5,011 acres Limerick;
  • Molyneux, Sir Capel, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Armagh, High Sheriff 1867 Co. Armagh, Castledillon, Armagh; 3,416 acres Armagh; 2,426 acres Kildare; 1,388 acres Limerick; 5,463 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Monteagle, Lord, 2nd Baron, Thomas Spring Rice, J.P. and D.L. Co. Limerick, Mount Trenchard, Foynes, Limerick; 2,310 acres Kerry; 6,445 acres Limerick; Grenham
  • Murphy, John, Dublin; 684 acres Cork; 59 acres Limerick; 5,362 acres Roscommon; 410 acres Westmeath;
  • Muskerry, Lord, 4th Baron, Hamilton Matthew Fitzmaurice Deane-Morgan, Springfield Castle, Drumcollogher, Co. Limerick; 28 acres Cork; 3,161 acres Limerick; 742 acres Tipperary; 912 acres Wexford;
  • Nesbitt, Miss Catherine Jamison Downing, Leixlip, Kildare; 321 acres Antrim; 1,529 acres Galway; 36 acres Kildare; 2,555 acres Offaly (King's), 620 acres Limerick; 5,638 acres Derry (Londonderry); 3,641 acres Roscommon;
  • Normanton, 3rd Earl of, James Charles Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar, D.L. Wiltshire, England, M.P. Wilton, 1841-52, House of Peers, Lord Somerton, Somerly, Ringwood, Hampshire, England; 3,294 acres Kilkenny; 1,003 acres Limerick; 7,625 acres Tipperary;
  • O'Brien, James, J.P. and D.L. Co. Clare, High Sheriff 1858, Ballinalacken Castle, Lisdoonvarna, Clare; 5,575 acres; 36 acres Limerick;
  • O'Brien, Capt. Michael, Rockfield, Kilpeacon, Limerick; 77 acres Limerick; 619 acres Tipperary;
  • O'Brien, Michael, Assolas, Kanturk; 186 acres Cork; 607 acres Limerick;
  • O'Brien, Timothy, Limerick; 1018 acres Limerick and Limerick City;
  • O'Grady, Hon. Cicilia, Rochbarton, Bruff, Limerick; 4,977 acres Limerick;
  • O'Grady, Gilbert, Landscape, Clonlara, Clare; 63 acres Clare; 1,488 acres Limerick;
  • O'Grady, James, Castletown, Kildemo, Limerick; 532 acres Limerick;
  • O'Grady, Mrs. Mary Jane, Elton, Knocklong, Limerick; 1,045 acres Limerick;
  • O'Grady, Richard, Rathfreeda, Newcastle, Limerick; 692 acres Limerick;
  • O'Grady, Capt. Standish and Mrs. Walthow, Stanacloon, Castleconnell, Limerick; 621 acres Limerick;
  • O'Grady, Standish Darby, J.P. Co. Cork, Aghamarta Castle, Carrigaline, Cork; 869 acres Cork; 1,111 acres Limerick;
  • O'Grady, Thomas de Courcy, J.P. Co. Limerick, Kilballyowen, Bruff, Limerick; 1,943 acres Limerick;
  • O'Grady, Waller Massey, Castlegarde, Pallasgreen, Limerick; 3,279 acres Limerick;
  • Pigott, H. A. Robert, Capard, Rosenallis, Laois (Queen's); 3,477 acres Limerick;
  • Quin, Lord George, D.L. Co. Cavan, Quinsborough, Sixmilebridge, Clare; 2,850 acres Clare; 889 acres Limerick; 3,078 acres Tipperary;
  • Roche, Charles P., 29 Royal Terrace, Dublin; 1,222 acres Limerick;
  • Roche, Sir David Vandeleur, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Limerick, Carass, Croom, Limerick; 3,951 acres Limerick;
  • Roche, Thomas Redington, High Sheriff 1869 Co. Galway, Ryehill, Monivea, Galway; 3,217 acres Galway; 1,572 acres Kilkenny; 1,166 acres Limerick; 88 acres Mayo;
  • Roche, William, Kingstown, Limerick; 574 acres Limerick;
  • Roe, Robert, J.P. Co. Tipperary, Loran Park, Roscrea, Tipperary; 214 acres Limerick; 4,972 acres Tipperary;
  • Sandwich, 7th Earl of, John William Montagu, P.C., 46 Grosvenor Square, London and Hinchingbrook House, Huntingdon, England; 3,844 acres Limerick;
  • Smyth, Hon. Charles William Moore, J.P. and D.L. Co. Waterford, High Sheriff, Ballinatray, Youghal, Cork; 272 acres Limerick; 7,124 acres Waterford;
  • Smyth, Lary John, Paris - see De Boisi, Count and Countess
  • Southwell, 4th Viscount, K.P., Thomas Arthur Joseph, Castle Matrix, Rathcoole, Limerick; 2,252 acres Cork; 1,147 acres Donegal; 329 acres Kerry; 4,017 acres Leitrim; 4,032 acres Limerick;
  • Staveley, James Butler, J.P. Co. Dublin, Croydon Park, Fairview, Dublin; 38 acres Dublin; 4,169 acres Limerick;
  • Stewart, Thomas Blakeney Lyon, Whitegate House, Middleton, Cork; 1,510 acres Limerick; 199 acres Tyrone;
  • Stratford, John Wingfield, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kent, High Sheriff, 1873, 2,213 acres Clare; 2,502 acres Limerick; 2,361 acres Mayo; 6,555 acres Sligo; 201 acres Wicklow;
  • Tisdall, John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Meath, High Sheriff, 1841, Charlesfort, Kells, Meath; 575 acres Kilkenny; 493 acres Limerick; 3,962 acres Meath;
  • Trench, Henry, J.P. Co. Tipperary and Offaly (King's), High Sheriff, 1842, Cangort Park, Roscrea, Tipperary; 704 acres Clare; 1,581 acres Galway; 2,113 acres Offaly (King's); 1,926 acres Limerick; 432 acres Roscommon; 4,707 acres Tipperary;
  • Waller, Sir Edmund Arthur, Bart., 84 West Cromwell Rd.; 244 acres Cork; 19 acres Kildare; 92 acres Limerick; 1,011 acres Mayo; 2,962 acres Tipperary;
  • Waller, Rev. John Thomas, Rector of Kilcornan Parish, Diocese of Limerick, Castletown Manor, Pallaskenry, Limerick; 6,636 acres Limerick;
  • Wandesford, Henry Thomas Butler, Palmerstown, Dublin; 4,137 acres Limerick;
  • White, Edmund, Fort Etna, Patrick's Well, Limerick; 521 acres Limerick; 626 acres Tipperary;

Longford[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Longford

  • Annaly, 2nd Baron, Lord Luke White, J.P. and D.L. Co. Dublin, J.P. Co. Longford, High Sheriff 1860, Woodlands, Clonsilla, Dublin and Rathcline, Longford; 2,139 acres Dublin; 5,428 acres Limerick; 12,160 acres Longford;
  • Ball, Arthur William Shirley, J.P. Cos. Longford and Meath, High Sheriff 1873; 1,667 acres Longford; 369 acres Meath;
  • Blackall, Major Robert, J.P. and D.L. Co. Longford, J.P. Co. Leitrim, Coolamber, Lisryan, Longford; 1,805 acres Leitrim; 4,643 acres Longford; 27 acres Westmeath;
  • Bond, James Willoughby, High Sheriff 1870, Farra, Longford; 597 acres Longford;
  • Bond, John, Castlecor, Ballymahon, Longford; 1,179 acres Longford;
  • Bond, Thomas, J.P., Cartroncard, Edgeworthstown, Longford; 516 acres Longford;
  • Bond, William, Newtown Bond, Edgeworthstown, Longford; 700 acres Leitrim; 3,152 acres Longford;
  • Bond, William Perry, Ardglass, Rathowen, Westmeath; 77 acres Longford; 2,292 acres Westmeath;
  • Bond, Willoughby, J.P. Co. Longford, High Sheriff, Farra, Longford; 5,977 acres Longford; 1,525 acres Meath; 1,057 acres Westmeath;
  • Crofton, Sir Morgan George, Bart, D.L. Co. Leitrim, High Sheriff 1874, Mohill House, Leitrim; 9,590 acres Leitrim; 1,608 acres Longford; 271 acres Roscommon;
  • Cusack, Thomas Alder, Carraboola, Longford and 66 Stephen's Green, Dublin; 4,980 acres Longford;
  • Douglas, Henry S., Beechfield, Millbank, Southampton, England; 4,152 acres Longford;
  • Edgeworth, Anthonio Eroles, Edgeworthstown, Longford; 3,255 acres Longford;
  • Edgeworth, Rev. John Essex Edward, Kilshrewley, Ballinalee, Edgeworthstown, Longford and Longwood, Meath; 1,565 acres Longford; 296 acres Meath; Grenham
  • Esmonde, Sir John, Bart., M.P. Co. Waterford, J.P. Cos. Waterford and Wexford, High Sheriff, 1867, High Sheriff Co. Wicklow, 1875, Ballynastragh, Gorey, Wexford; 629 acres Kilkenny; 389 acres Offaly (King's); 429 acres Longford; 717 acres Tipperary; 701 acres Waterford; 3,533 acres Wexford; 2,088 acres Wicklow;
  • Fetherston, Francis, 213 acres Leitrim; 1,343 acres Longford;
  • Fetherston, Sir George Ralph, Bart., Ardagh House, Ardagh, Longford; 8,711 acres Longford;
  • Fox, Major Luke Loftus Bushe, J.P. King's and Longford Cos., Cordara, Lanesborough, Longford; 722 acres King's; 562 acres Longford; 560 acres Meath;
  • Fox, Capt. Maxwell, J.P. and D.L. Offaly (King's) Co., High Sheriff, Annaghmore, Tullamore, Offaly (King's); 2,864 acres Offaly (King's), 457 acres Longford;
  • Fox, Richard Edward, J.P. Co. Longford, High Sheriff 1872, Foxhall, Lenamore, Longford; 3,085 acres Longford;
  • Galbraith, John Samuel, J.P. Co. Longford, High Sheriff, 1874, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tyrone, High Sheriff, 1875, Clonabogan, Omagh, Tyrone; 2,254 acres Longford; 3,826 acres Tyrone;
  • Granard, 7th Earl of, George Arthur Hastings Forbes, K.P., Castle Forbes, Newtownforbes, Longford and Johnstown Castle, Wexford; 4,360 acres Letirim; 15,049 acres Longford;
  • Greville, Algernon William Bellingham, 45 Sussex Gardens, Hyde Park, London, England; 8,811 acres Longford;
  • Greville, Lord, 1st Baron, Fulke Southwell Greville Nugent, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Westmeath, 1871; J.P. Cos. Cavan, Longford, Monaghan, Roscommon and Hertfordshire [England], High Sheriff, 1850, 1,970 acres Cavan; 451 acres Cork; 1,236 acres Longford; 3,990 acres Roscommon; 9,783 acres Westmeath;
  • Hamilton, James, J.P. Co. Monaghan, High Sheriff, 1830, Cornacassa, Monaghan; 532 acres Longford; 7,315 acres Monaghan;
  • King-Harman, Edward Robert, M.P., J.P. Cos. Longford, Sligo, and Westmeath, Rockingham, Boyle, Roscommon and Newcastle, Ballymahon, Longford; 28,779 acres Longford; 1,024 acres Laois (Queen's); 29,242 acres Roscommon; 12,629 acres Sligo; 1,239 acres Westmeath; Grenham
  • Lefroy, Anthony, J.P. and D.L. Co. Longford, High Sheriff, Carrickglass, Longford; 310 acres Kilkenny; 4,229 acres Longford;
  • Longford, 3rd Earl of, William Lygon Packenham, K.C.B., J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, Pakenham Hall, Castlepollard, Westmeath; 420 acres Dublin; 4,555 acres Longford; 15,014 acres Westmeath;
  • Maconchy, George, J.P. Cos. Longford and Wexford, High Sheriff 1845, Corrinagh, Torquay, Devonshire, England; 10,319 acres Longford;
  • Maconchy, John S., Bryanstown House, Maynooth, Kildare; 747 acres Longford;
  • Nugent, Sir Walter Gore, Bart., J.P. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1869 and 1873, High Sheriff Co. Longford, 1862, Donore, Multifarnham and Lymburry, Mullingar, Westmeath; 737 acres Longford; 7,218 acres Westmeath;
  • O'Farrell, Rt. Hon. Richard More, P.C. (1847), J.P. and D.L. Co. Kildare Ballyna House, Enfield; 1,106 acres Carlow; 3,213 acres Kildare; 449 acres Longford; 380 acres Meath;
  • Porter, Rev. John Grey, Rector of Kilskery, Co. Tyrone and Thomas S. Porter: Lisnaskea, Fermanagh, 11,015 acres Fermanagh, 5,024 acres Longford, 3,468 acres Tyrone; PRONI Ref. D3961 1828-1950.
  • Tuite, Joseph, D.L. Co. Longford, J.P. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1868, Sonna, Mullingar, Westmeath; 2,307 acres Longford; 7,391 acres Westmeath;
  • White, Henry W., 322 acres Cavan; 3,197 acres Longford;
  • Wilson's Hospital, Trustees of, 137 acres Dublin; 231 acres Longford; 4,495 acres Westmeath;

Louth[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Louth

  • Balfour, Blayney Townley, J.P. and D.L. Co. Louth, High Sheriff 1841, Townley Hall, Drogheda, Louth; 645 acres Armagh; 3139 acres Louth; 1,453 acres Meath; 1,623 acres Westmeath; 76 acres Tyrone; NLI Part of the Estate of Blayney Townley Balfour, Esq. Situate at Cooley, Louth Grenham
  • Ball, George, 21 South Frederick Street, Dublin; 235 acres Louth; 136 acres Meath;
  • Barry, Arthur Hugh Smith, J.P. and D.L. Co. Cork, Foaty, Queenstown, Cork and Marbury Hall, Norwich, Cheshire, England; 12,969 acres Cork and Cork City; 6,239 acres Louth; 8,620 acres Tipperary;
  • Bellew, Lord, 2nd Baron, Edward Joseph Bellew, J.P. and D.L. Co. Louth, High Sheriff 1854, Barmeath, Dunleer, Louth; 5,110 acres Louth; 204 acres Meath;
  • Bellingham, Sir Alan Edward, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Louth, High Sheriff 1829, The Castle and Dunany House, Castlebellingham, Louth; 4,186 acres Louth; 11,810 acres Mayo; NLI Bellingham Papers 1681-1912, MSS 48,275-48,277 See also MS Collection List No. 167 for additional estate papers.
  • Clermont, Lord, 1st Baron, Thomas Fortescue, J.P. Armagh, J.P. and D.L. Co. Louth, High Sheriff, Clermont Park and Ravensdale, Dundalk, Louth; 758 acres Armagh; 20,369 acres Louth;
  • Clive, Rev. Archer, Whitefield, Hereford, England; 3,103 acres Louth; 3,457 acres Mayo;
  • Dartrey, 1st Earl of, Richard Dawson, K.P., Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum, Co. Monaghan, Dartrey House, Dawson Grove, Monaghan; 1,565 acres Armagh; 1,578 acres Louth; 17,345 acres Monaghan; 7,985 acres Waterford; PRONI Introduction to the Dartrey Papers Roulston and Grenham
  • Donoughmore, 5th Earl of, John Luke George Hutchinson, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, J.P. Co. Waterford, Knocklofty, Clonmel, Tipperary; 1,972 acres Cork; 143 acres Dublin; 486 acres Kilkenny; 80 acres Louth; 373 acres Monaghan; 4,711 acres Tipperary; 2,878 acres Waterford; 1,307 acres Wexford;
  • Fortescue, Lieut.-Colonel John Charles William, J.P. and D.L. Co. Louth, High Sheriff 1861; Stephenstown, Dundalk, Louth; 5,262 acres Louth;
  • Foster, Rev. Sir Cavandish Hervey, Bart., Glyde Court, Ardee, Louth; 2,769 acres Louth;
  • Foster, Frederick John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Louth, High Sheriff 1845, Ballymascanlon, Louth; 4,154 acres Louth;
  • Foster/Massereene Estate, Aghnamullen, 7,193 acres in Louth; PRONI eCatalogue entry; Grenham (Antrim - Foster/Massereene)
  • Gernon, Henry Chester, Athcairne Castle, Duleek, Meath; 413 acres Louth; 321 acres Meath;
  • Louth, Lord, 13th Baron, Randall Percy Otway Plunkett, J.P. and D.L. Co. Louth, Louth Hall, Ardee, Louth; 3,578 acres Louth; 178 acres Monaghan;
  • Marlay, Charles Brindley, J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff 1853, Belvedere House, Mullingar, Westmeath; 38 acres Offaly (King's); 453 acres Limerick; 3,067 acres Louth; 9,059 acres Westmeath;
  • Rathdonnell, Lord, 1st Baron, John M'Clintock, D.L. Co. Fermanagh, High Sheriff Co. Louth 1840, M.P. 1857-59; 490 acres Dublin; 4,119 acres Fermanagh; 2,695 acres Kildare; 3,188 acres Louth, 429 acres Meath; 1,226 acres Monaghan; 1,118 acres Tyrone;
  • Roden, 4th Earl of, Robert Jocelyn, J.P. and D.L. Co. Down, Tullymore Park, Castlewellan, Louth; 8,903 acres Down; 4,151 acres Louth; Grenham
  • Russell, 1st Earl, John Russell, K.G., P.C., Ardsallagh Castle, Navan, Meath; 1,017 acres Louth; 3,167 acres Meath;
  • Ruxton, William, J.P. and D.L. Co. Louth, High Sheriff 1848, Ardee House, Ardee, Louth; 2,262 acres Louth;
  • Singleton, Edward, J.P. Co. Louth, High Sheriff, Victoria Street, London, England; 1,513 acres Louth;
  • Singleton, Henry Sydenham: 22 Grosvenor Place, Dublin; 6,609 acres Cavan; 24 acres Drogheda Town; 1,463 acres Louth; 508 acres Meath;
  • Smyth, Captain Ralph, J.P. Co. Louth, High Sheriff, 1869, Newtown House, Termonfeckin, Drogheda, Louth; 552 acres Louth and Drogheda Town; 60 acres Meath; 901 acres Westmeath; NLI Smythe of Barbavilla Papers 1621-1930 Finding Aid, NLI Manuscripts List No. 120; Additional Smythe Family Papers held in Department of Manuscripts Trinity College, Dublin. FamilySearch Family Tree
  • Stobart, Rev. Henry, Warkton Rectory, England; 4,249 acres Louth;

Mayo[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Mayo

  • Achill Mission, The, Trustees of, 19,155 acres Mayo;
  • Arran, 4th Earl of, Philip York Gore, K.P., J.P. and D.L. Co. Mayo, J.P. Cos. Donegal and Wexford, Castle Gore, Mayo; 6,883 acres Donegal; 29,644 acres Mayo; NLI Ms. 14075-9; Ms. 14086; Ms. 14087; Ms. 14089; TCD Ms. 7604-13 Grenham
  • Atkinson, Mrs. Elizabeth, Armagh and Glencastle, Belmullet, Mayo; 5,317 acres Mayo;
  • Bellingham, Sir Alan Edward, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Louth, High Sheriff 1829, The Castle and Dunany House, Castlebellingham, Louth; 4,186 acres Louth; 11,810 acres Mayo;
  • Berridge, Richard, 18 Great Russell St., London, England; 160,152 acres Galway and Galway City; 9,965 acres Mayo;
  • Bingham, Anne, 3 Martello Tower, Kingstown; 1,422 acres Mayo;
  • Bingham, Miss Anne, Dalkey, Dublin; 3,346 acres Mayo;
  • Bingham, Arthur Shaen, Doolough Lodge, Belmullet, Mayo; 1,662 acres Mayo;
  • Bingham, Denis, J.P., Bingham Castle, Belmullet, Mayo; 4,827 acres Mayo;
  • Bingham, Henry, Annagh House, Belmullet, Mayo; 9,471 acres Mayo;
  • Bingham, Mrs. Letitia, Dalkey, Dublin; 12,525 acres Mayo;
  • Bingham, Mrs. Sarah, 1,010 acres Mayo;
  • Black, William Fleming, J.P. Co. Tyrone, High Sheriff, Lislap, Omagh, Tyrone; 867 acres Mayo; 3,082 acres Tyrone;
  • Blacker, M.M., Virginia, U.S.A.; 5,665 acres Mayo;
  • Blake, Valentine O'Connor, J.P. Co. Galway, J.P. and D.L. Co. Mayo, High Sheriff 1839, Bunowen Castle, Clifden, Galway and Towerhill, Ballyglass, Mayo; 7,690 acres Galway; 4,198 acres Mayo;
  • Bourke, Hugh, Holywell, Ballyhaunis, Mayo; 548 acres Mayo;
  • Bourke, Surgeon-Major Joseph, Farnham, Hampshire, England; 1,394 acres Mayo;
  • Bourke, Captain Joseph Cormack, J.P., Cunaleagh, Claremorris, Mayo; 4,141 acres Mayo;
  • Bourke, Major-General, Oliver Paget, J.P., Ballina, Mayo and 5 Martello Ave., Kingstown (Dun Laoghaire), Dublin; 108 acres Mayo;
  • Bournes, George S., Beachmount, Clara, Offaly (King's); 4,435 acres Mayo;
  • Bournes, William, Carrowtyne, Clara, Offaly (King's); 1,325 acres Mayo;
  • Bowen, Rev. Christopher, Freshwater, Isle of Wight; 621 acres Mayo;
  • Brabazon, Captain John P., Swineford, Mayo; 6,857 acres Mayo;
  • Browne, J.D.H., 39 Rutland Gate, London, England; 3,629 acres Mayo;
  • Carter, Henry Tilson Shean, Belmullet, Mayo; 40,698 acres Mayo;
  • Chapman, Sir Benjamin, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1856, M.P. Co. Westmeath, 1841-47, Killua Castle, Clonmellon, Westmeath; 241 acres Meath; 3,600 acres Mayo; 9,516 acres Westmeath;
  • Chapman, William, J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1834, South Hill, Delvin, Westmeath; 1,386 acres Meath; 2,664 acres Mayo; 4,707 acres Westmeath;
  • Clanmorris, Lord, 5th Baron, John George Barry Bingham, Creyclare, Ardrahan, Galway; Sea Mount, Galway; and New Brook, Ballyglass, Mayo; 5,774 acres Galway and Galway Town; 12,337 acres Mayo; Grenham
  • Clive, Rev. Archer, Whitefield, Hereford, England; 3,103 acres Louth; 3,457 acres Mayo;
  • Clive, George, M.P., J.P. and D.L. Herefordshire, England, J.P. Co. Mayo, M.P. Hereford 1859-69, Ballycroy, Mayo and 13 Mansfield St., Perrystone, Ross, Herefordshire, England; 35,229 acres Mayo; 4,869 acres Tipperary;
  • Comyn, Francis Lorenzo, J.P. Cos. Clare, Galway, and Mayo, High Sheriff 1868, Woodstock, Galway; Cushariga, Spiddall, Galway; Lisenarde, Ballyvaughan, Clare; and Carrowkeele, Lahardane, Mayo; 1,961 acres Clare; 7,267 acres Galway and Galway Town; 3,653 acres Mayo;
  • Costello, Arthur Robert George, J.P. Cos. Mayo, Roscommon, and Sligo, Edmondstown, Ballaghaderin, Mayo; 7,513 acres Mayo; 1,038 acres Roscommon;
  • Coyne, Charles Michael, J.P., Heath Lodge, Ballina and Kiltane, Mayo; 8,012 acres Mayo;
  • Cuffe, Col. St. George, Deel Castle, Ballina, Mayo; 3,205 acres Mayo;
  • D'Arcy, Dominick, Doo Castle, Ballymote, Sligo; 1,091 acres Mayo;
  • D'Arcy, Hyacinth, J.P. Co. Galway, New Forest, Ballinasloe, Galway; 3,129 acres Clare; 4,434 acres Galway; 3,871 acres Mayo;
  • De Clifford, Lord, 23rd Baron, Edward Southwell Russell, D.L. Leicestershire, England, M.P. Tavistock, Devonshire, England, 1847-52; 1,406 acres Galway; 11,594 acres Mayo;
  • Dickens, Charles S.S., 7,888 acres Mayo;
  • Digby, Hon. Edward Henry Trafalgar, M.P., M.P. Dorsetshire, England, Geashill, Tullamore, Offaly (King's); 6,835 acres Mayo;
  • Dillon, 14th Viscount, Theobald Dominick Geoggrey Dillon-Lee, J.P. and D.L. Co. Mayo, Loughglynn House, Castlerea, Roscommon and Ditchley Park, Charlbury, Oxfordshire, England; 83,749 acres Mayo; 5,435 acres Roscommon; 136 acres Westmeath;
  • Domville, William Compton, J.P. and D.L. Co. Dublin, High Sheriff 1864, J.P. Laois (Queen's) Co., High Sheriff, Heywood House, Ballinakill, Abbeyleix, Laois (Queen's); 1,513 acres Dublin; 6,040 acres Mayo; 1,512 acres Laois (Queen's); Grenham
  • Downing, Charles, J.P., Oatlands, Ballina, Mayo; 4,500 acres Mayo;
  • Erne, John Crichton, 3rd Earl of, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Fermanagh, 1840, Crom Castle, Newtownbutler, Fermanagh; 4,826 acres Donegal; 31,389 acres Fermanagh; 2,184 acres Mayo; 1,966 acres Sligo; PRONI eCatalogue Roulston (Fermanagh) and Grenham (Fermanagh)
  • Ferrall, John Nolan, J.P. Co. Roscommon; J.P. and D.L. Co. Mayo, High Sheriff, Logboy House, Ballyhaunis, Mayo; 9,731 acres Mayo;
  • Fetherstone-Haugh, Godfrey, 18 North Great George's Street, Dublin and Glanmore, Crossmolina, Mayo; 9,261 acres Mayo; 1,0016 acres Westmeath;
  • Fitzgerald, Charles Lionel, J.P. and D.L. Co. Mayo, High Sheriff, 1876, Turlough Park, Castlebar, Mayo; 8,359 acres Mayo;
  • Forde, John Ross, Rochester, Kent, England; 9,766 acres Mayo;
  • Gardiner, Mrs. Henrietta, Farmhill, Killala, Mayo; 4,073 acres Mayo;
  • Gibbings, Rev. Richard, Professor of Ecclesiastical History, Trinity College, Dublin; 4,096 acres Mayo;
  • Gore, Col. Sir Charles James Knox, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Sligo; J.P. Co. Mayo, Belleek Manor, Ballina and Brookview, Killala, Mayo; 22,023 acres Mayo; 8,569 acres Sligo;
  • Grant, H. J., Logduff, Ballycroy, Mayo; 6,152 acres Mayo;
  • Guinness, Sir Arthur Edward, Bart., M.P. Dublin, 1874; J.P. and D.L. Dublin City; J.P. Cos. Dublin and Galway; M.P. Dublin 1868-69, Ashford, Cong, Galway and St. Anne's Clontarf, Dublin; 156 acres Dublin; 19,945 acres Galway; 3,747 acres Mayo; 1,493 acres Wicklow;
  • Harlech, Lord, 2nd Baron, William Richard Ormsby Gore, M.P. Co. Sligo, 1841-1852, Co. Leitrim, 1858-1876, High Sheriff, 1857, Derrycarne, Dromod, Leitrim; 7,480 acres Leitrim; 1174 acres Mayo; 172 acres Roscommon; 21,019 acres Sligo; 2,794 acres Westmeath;
  • Jackson, Oliver Vaughan, J.P. and D.L. Co. Mayo, High Sheriff, 1869, Carrowmore, Ballina, Mayo; 3,134 acres Mayo;
  • Jameson, John, Dublin; 7,012 acres Mayo;
  • Joynt, Henry, Ballina, Mayo; 4,924 acres Mayo;
  • Kennedy, Victor C., Corraunboy, Mayo; 6,198 acres Mayo;
  • Kilmaine, Lord, 4th Baron, Francis William Browne, J.P. Co. Mayo; J.P., D.L. and V.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1870, Galston House, Milltown Pass, Killucan, Westmeath; The Neale, Ballinrobe, Mayo; 2,151 acres Galway; 11,564 acres Mayo; 979 acres Roscommon; 2,122 acres Westmeath; 1,949 acres Wexford;
  • Kirkwood, John Townsend, England; 8,345 acres Mayo; 444 acres Sligo;
  • Knox, Annesley, J.P. and D.L. Co. Mayo, High Sheriff, 1829, Rappa Castle, Ballina, Mayo; 724 acres Galway; 6,855 acres Mayo;
  • Knox, Capt. Charles, Ballinrobe, Mayo; 446 acres Donegal; 24,374 acres Mayo;
  • Knox, Granville, H., Ballina, Mayo; 1,182 acres Mayo; 1,128 acres Sligo;
  • Knox, Henry Blake, J.P., 2 Ulverton Place, Dalkey, Dublin; 4,662 acres Mayo;
  • Knox, John Henry, Greenwood Park, Ballina, Mayo; 6,909 acres Mayo;
  • Knox, Mrs. Elizabeth, Rappa Castle, Ballina, Mayo; 3,143 acres Mayo;
  • Knox, Mrs. Mina, Netley Park, Ballina, Mayo; 2,744 acres Mayo;
  • Knox, Utred Augustus, J.P. and D.L. Co. Sligo; J.P. Co. Mayo, High Sheriff, 1875, Mount Falcon, Ballina, Mayo; 2,132 acres Mayo; 5,434 acres Sligo;
  • Laprimandaye, Charles Henry, J.P. Mayo, Treenlaur House, Newport, Mayo; 8,927 acres Mayo;
  • Lindsey, Mrs. Mary, Hollymount House, Hollymount, Mayo; 5,194 acres Mayo;
  • Lucan, 3rd Earl of, George Charles Bingham, G.C.B., Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Mayo, 60,570 acres Mayo;
  • Lynch-Blosse, Sir Robert, Bart., J.P. Co. Mayo, High Sheriff 1847, Athavallie House, Balla, Mayo: 17,555 acres Mayo; Grenham
  • M'Callum, Captain Arthur, Glenturk, Bangor Erris, Mayo; 3,370 acres Mayo;
  • M'Carrick, John, Cloonburry, Aclare, Ballymote, Sligo; 567 acres Mayo; 443 acres Sligo;
  • M'Carrick, Roger, Kilglass House, Enniscrone, Sligo; 3,453 acres Mayo; 868 acres Sligo;
  • Madden, Joseph William, Ballycastle, Ballina, Mayo; 4,039 acres Mayo;
  • Mayo, Earl of, Dermot Robert Wyndham Bourke, 7th Earl, Palmerstown House, Naas; 4,915 acres Kildare; 559 acres Mayo; 2,360 acres Meath;
  • Mitchell, Abraham and Joseph Mitchell, Tournakeedy, Ballinrobe, Mayo; 14,179 acres Mayo;
  • Moore, George Augustus, Moorehall, Ballyglass, Mayo; 12,371 acres Mayo; 110 acres Roscommon;
  • Mudge, Arthur, Sydney House, Plympton, Devonshire, England; 3,634 acres Mayo;
  • National Building and Land Investment Company of Ireland, 27 Dame Street, Dublin, 5,179 acres Mayo
  • Norbury, 4th Earl of, William Brabason Lindesay Toler, Valance, Westerham, Kent, England; 2,453 acres Clare; 1,024 acres Mayo; 1,006 acres Sligo; 7,798 acres Tipperary;
  • O'Connor, Mrs. Margaret, Mount Druid, Mayo; 6,817 acres Mayo;
  • O'Donnell, Sir Richard Annesley, Bart., D.L. Co. Mayo, High Sheriff, 1834, Newport House, Newport, Mayo; 7,488 acres Mayo;
  • O'Ferrall, Edward More, Kildangan Castle, Monasterevan, Kildare; 1,354 acres Kildare; 4,086 acres Mayo; 2,598 acres Meath;
  • Oranmore and Browne, Lord, 2nd Baron, Geoggrey Dominck Augustus Frederick Guthrie, J.P. and D.L. Ayreshire, Scotland; J.P. Co. Mayo, High Sheriff 1841, Castle Macgarrett, Claremorris, Mayo and Bourtree Hill, Irvine, Ayreshire, Scotland; 4,243 acres Mayo; 1,818 acres Westmeath;
  • O'Reilly, Thomas F., Carne House, Belmullet, Mayo; 6,472 acres Mayo;
  • Orme, Robert, J.P. Co. Mayo; J.P. and D.L. Co. Sligo, High Sheriff, Sligo, Enniscrone, Ballina, Mayo; 3,094 acres Mayo; 1,405 acres Sligo;
  • Orme, William, J.P. Cos. Mayo and Sligo, High Sheriff, Mayo, Owenmore, Crossmolina, Mayo; 11,230 acres Mayo; 541 acres Sligo;
  • Ormsby, Anthony, J.P. and D.L. Co. Mayo, High Sheriff Co. Mayo, 1849, Ballinamore House, Kiltimagh, Mayo; 4,492 acres Mayo;
  • Ormsby, Rev. Horatio N., Incumbent of Carrigamleary, Diocese of Cloyne, Mallow, Cork, 1,114 acres Mayo;
  • Ormsby, John, J.P. Mayo; Gortnerabbey, Crossmolina, Mayo; 3,186 acres Mayo;
  • Ormsby, John C., Rinagry, Ballina, Mayo; 553 acres Mayo;
  • Ormsby, John Yeodon, J.P. Co. Sligo, 587 acres Mayo;
  • Palmer, Sir Roger Wm. Henry, Bart., D.L. Co. Sligo; J.P. Co. Dublin, High Sheriff, 1875; J.P. Co. Mayo; M.P. Co. Mayo 1857-65, Kenure Park, Rush, Dublin; Keenagh Lodge, Castlebar, Mayo; Cefn Park, Wrexham, North Wales; Glennisland, Maidenhead, Berkshire, England; and Stitchwork Park, Cambridge, England; 4,202 acres Dublin; 80,990 acres Mayo; 9,570 acres Sligo;
  • Perry, Edmond H., Belleek Castle, Ballina, Mayo; 5,108 acres Mayo;
  • Phibbs, Col. Richard, Deputy Lieutenant Lancaster, England, Coppall House, Frazerkerly, Liverpool, Lancashire, England; 1,071 acres Mayo; 1,598 acres Sligo;
  • Pike, William, Barrister-at-law of the Middle Temple, Magistrate Co. Mayo, 10,697 acres Mayo;
  • Pratt, Mervyn, J.P. and D.L. Co. Mayo; High Sheriff Co. Cavan, 1842, Co. Mayo, 1845 and Co. Meath 1876, Cabra Castle, Kingscourt, Cavan; Nobber, Meath; Enniscoe, Crosmolina, Mayo; 8,095 acres Cavan; 17,955 acres Mayo; 1,014 acres Meath;
  • Rashleigh, Jonathan, J.P. and D.L. Cornwall, England; J.P. Middlesex, England, Menabilly, Par, Cornwall, England; 5,475 acres Mayo; 1,023 acres Sligo;
  • Roche, Thomas Redington, High Sheriff 1869 Co. Galway, Ryehill, Monivea, Galway; 3,217 acres Galway; 1,572 acres Kilkenny; 1,166 acres Limerick; 88 acres Mayo;
  • Rutledge, Capt. David, J.P. Cos. Galway and Mayo; High Sheriff, 1851, Barbersfoot, Tuam, Galway; 2,059 acres Galway; 4,329 acres Mayo;
  • Rutledge, Robert, J.P. and D.L. Co. Mayo; High Sheriff, 1864, Bloomfield, Hollymount, Mayo; 2,949 acres Mayo;
  • Simes, Nathaniel Philips, J.P. Co. Mayo, Roigh Lodge, Newport, Mayo and Strood Park, Slinford, Horsham, Sussex, England; 8,162 acres Mayo;
  • Sligo, 3rd Marquis of, George John Browne, sits in House of Lords as Lord Monteagle, Westport House, Westport, Mayo; 2 Mansfield Street, London, England; 114,881 acres Mayo; NLI Marquess of Sligo's County Mayo Estates
  • Smyth, William F., Green Street, St. Heliers, Jersey; 3,136 acres Mayo;
  • Stoney, Robert Vesey, Rosturk Castle, Newport, Mayo; 6,920 acres Mayo; 886 acres Roscommon;
  • Stratford, John Wingfield, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kent, High Sheriff, 1873, 2,213 acres Clare; 2,502 acres Limerick; 2,361 acres Mayo; 6,555 acres Sligo; 201 acres Wicklow;
  • Taaffe, James, Woodfield, Kilkelly, Mayo; 9,030 acres Mayo;
  • Taaffe, William, United States; 849 acres Mayo;
  • Tasburgh Family, Cong Abbey, property inherited from the Sir Robert Cressy (1635) family through the marriage of Miss Tasburgh to Sir Thomas Gerard, Lancashire County Council Gerard Family of Garswood, Ashton-in-Makerfield
  • Thompson, Thomas H., Clonskeagh Castle, Dublin; 42 acres Dublin; 7,390 acres Mayo; 638 acres Meath; 820 acres Sligo;
  • Waldron, Lawrence, Ballybrack, Killiney, Dublin and Helen Park, Killenaule, Tipperary; 188 acres Carlow; 11 acres Dublin; 460 acres Kilkenny; 837 acres Mayo; 570 acres Roscommon; 4,060 acres Tipperary;
  • Waller, Rev. John Thomas, Rector of Kilcornan Parish, Diocese of Limerick, Castletown Manor, Pallaskenry, Limerick; 6,636 acres Limerick;
  • Walsh, John Thomas Cormick, J.P. and D.L. Co. Mayo, High Sheriff, Castlehill, Crossmolina, Mayo; 6,472 acres Mayo;

Meath[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Meath

  • Athlumney, Lord, 2nd Baron, James Herbert Gustavus Meredyth Somerville, Somerville, Balrath, Navan, Meath; 274 acres Dublin; 10,213 acres Meath;
  • Ball, Arthur William Shirley, J.P. Cos. Longford and Meath, High Sheriff 1873; 1,667 acres Longford; 369 acres Meath;
  • Ball, George, 21 South Frederick Street, Dublin; 235 acres Louth; 136 acres Meath;
  • Bellew, Lord, 2nd Baron, Edward Joseph Bellew, J.P. and D.L. Co. Louth, High Sheriff 1854, Barmeath, Dunleer, Louth; 5,110 acres Louth; 204 acres Meath;
  • Bligh, Thomas, 40 Lower Dominick Street, Dublin; 9,540 acres Meath;
  • Balfour, Blayney Townley, J.P. and D.L. Co. Louth, High Sheriff 1841, Townley Hall, Drogheda, Louth; 645 acres Armagh; 3139 acres Louth; 1,453 acres Meath; 1,623 acres Westmeath; 76 acres Tyrone; Grenham
  • Bolton, Mrs. Francis G., Navan, Meath; 3,516 acres Meath;
  • Bond, Willoughby, J.P. Co. Longford, High Sheriff, Farra, Longford; 5,977 acres Longford; 1,525 acres Meath; 1,057 acres Westmeath;
  • Bryan, George Leopold, M.P., Jenkinstown House, Kilkenny; 1,627 acres Kildare; 8,209 acres Kilkenny; 3,055 acres Meath;
  • Caddell, Robert O'Ferrall, J.P. and D.L. Co. Meath, High Sheriff, 1873, Harbourstown House, Balbriggan, Dublin; 7 acres Dublin; 1,372 acres Meath; 3,341 acres Roscommon; 3,464 acres Sligo;
  • Chapman, Sir Benjamin, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1856, M.P. Co. Westmeath, 1841-47, Killua Castle, Clonmellon, Westmeath; 241 acres Meath; 3,600 acres Mayo; 9,516 acres Westmeath;
  • Chapman, William, J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1834, South Hill, Delvin, Westmeath; 1,386 acres Meath; 2,664 acres Mayo; 4,707 acres Westmeath;
  • Clements, Theophilus Henry, J.P. and D.L. Co. Cavan, High Sheriff 1857, Rakenny, Tullyvin, Cootehill; 2,426 acres Cavan; 632 acres Meath;
  • Clifden, Viscount, Henry George Agar Ellis, 4th Viscount, Gowran Castle, Kilkenny; 821 acres Dublin; 978 acres Kildare; 25,288 acres Kilkenny; 500 acres Meath;
  • Cliffe, Anthony, J.P. Co. Wexford, High Sheriff, 1822, Bellevue, Killurin, Enniscorthy, Wexford; 953 acres Cork; 2,236 acres Kilkenny; 276 acres Meath; 4,459 acres Wexford;
  • Cloncurry, Lord, Valentine Frederick Lawless, 4th Baron; Lyons, Hazlehatch, Co. Kildare; Dublin 923 acres; Kildare 6,503 acres; Limerick 5,137 acres; Meath 396 acres;
  • Coghill, Sir John Jocelyn, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Dublin, Castletownsend, Cork; 472 acres Dublin; 1,269 acres Meath; 4,564 acres Kilkenny;
  • Conyngham, 3rd Marquis of, George Henry Conyngham, J.P. Kent, England, Slane Castle, Meath; Mount Charles, Donegal; Bifrons, Canterbury, Kent; 27,613 acres Clare; 122,300 acres Donegal; 7,060 acres Meath;
  • Corbally, the Hon. Mrs., Corbalton Hall, Tara, Navan, Meath; 5,033 acres Meath;
  • Darnley, 6th Earl of, John Stuart Bligh, J.P. and D.L. Cos. Meath and Kent, England, Clifton Lodge, Athboy, Meath; Cobham Hall, Gravesend, Kent, England; 21,858 acres Meath;
  • Dillon, Sir John Fox, Bart., J.P. Meath; 3,209 acres Meath;
  • Dorchester, Lord, 4th Baron, Dudley Wilmot Carleton, Greywell Hall, Odiham, Hampshire, England; 628 acres Meath; 12,607 acres Tyrone;
  • Dunsany, Lord, 15th Baron, Edward Plunkett, J.P. and D.L. Co. Meath, Dunsany Castle, Navan, Meath; 31 acres Cavan; 1,530 acres Kilkenny; 3,988 acres Meath;
  • Dunville, Robert Grimshaw, J.P. Cos. Down and Meath, Redburn, Holywood, Down; Sion, Navan, Meath; 5,260 acres Down; 3,415 acres Meath;
  • Edgeworth, Rev. John Essex Edward, Kilshrewley, Ballinalee, Edgeworthstown, Longford and Longwood, Meath; 1,565 acres Longford; 296 acres Meath;
  • Farrell, John Arthur, J.P. and D.L. Co. Meath, High Sheriff, 1857; J.P. Co. Cavan, Archerstown, Killucan, Westmeath; 4,084 acres Meath; 406 acres Westmeath;
  • Fetherstone-Haugh, Richard Steele, J.P. and D.L. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1847, Rockview, Killucan, Westmeath; 439 acres Meath; 2,709 acres Westmeath;
  • Fingall, 10th Earl of, Anthony James Plunkett, J.P. and D.L. Co. Meath, High Sheriff, 1860, Killeen Castle, Tara, Meath; 9,589 acres Meath;
  • Foster/Massereene Estate, Aghnamullen, 2,045 acres in Meath; PRONI eCatalogue entry; Grenham (Antrim - Foster/Massereene)
  • Fowler, Robert, J.P. and D.L. Co. Meath, High Sheriff, 1871, Rahinstown, Enfield, Meath; 8,026 acres Meath;
  • Fox, Major Luke Loftus Bushe, J.P. King's and Longford Cos., Cordara, Lanesborough, Longford; 722 acres King's; 562 acres Longford; 560 acres Meath;
  • Garnett, Richard, J.P. Co. Meath, Summerseat, Clonee, and Rosmeen, Kells, Meath; 189 acres Dublin; 1,336 acres Meath;
  • Garnett, Samuel, J.P. Cos. Galway and Meath, High Sheriff, Arch Hall, Navan, Meath; Mount Cottage, Scariff, Clare; 1,336 acres Meath;
  • Garnett, William Stawell, J.P. Co. Meath, High Sheriff, Williamstown House, Kells, Meath; 3,014 acres Meath;
  • Gernon, Henry Chester, Athcairne Castle, Duleek, Meath; 413 acres Louth; 321 acres Meath;
  • Gerrard, Thomas, J.P. and D.L. Co. Meath, High Sheriff, 1863, Boyne Hill, Navan, Meath; 4,748 acres Meath;
  • Gormanstown, 14th Viscount, Jenico William Joseph Preston, J.P. and D.L. Co. Dublin, High Sheriff; J.P. Cos. Cavan and Meath, High Sheriff, 1870, Gormanstown Castle, Balbriggan, Dublin; Whitewood, Nobber, Meath; 1,327 acres Dublin; 9,468 acres Meath; Grenham
  • Gradwell, Richard, J.P. Co. Meath, High Sheriff, Drogheda, 1858; Dowth Hall, Drogheda, Meath; 845 acres Meath; 3,169 acres Westmeath;
  • Headfort, 3rd Marquis of, Thomas Taylour, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Meath, J.P. and D.L. Co. Meath, High Sheriff, 1844, Meath, High Sheriff, 1855, Cavan; J.P. Co. Westmoreland, England, High Sheriff, 1868; 14,220 acres Cavan; 7,576 acres Meath; Grenham
  • Hussey, Edward, Rathkenny, Slane, Meath; 2,917 acres Meath;
  • Hussey, Malachi Strong, J.P. Co. Meath, J.P.and D.L. Dublin, High Sheriff, 1867, Westown House, Naul, Balbriggan, Dublin; 600 acres Dublin; 4,100 acres Meath;
  • Jameson, John, J.P. Co. Dublin, St. Marnock, Malahide, Meath; 4.092 acres Meath;
  • Langford, Lord, 4th Baron, Hercules Edward Rowley, Summerhill House, Summerhill, Meath, 3,659 acres Dublin, 3,855 acres Limerick, 2,231 acres Meath; Appeal from the Court of Exchequer in Ireland.
  • Lansdowne, 5th Marquis of, Henry Charles Keith-Petty-Fitzmaurice, Bowood, Calne, Wiltshire, England; 2,132 acres Dublin; 94,983 acres Kerry; 617 acres Offaly (King's); 1,526 acres Limerick; 116 acres Limerick city; 12,995 acres Meath; 8,980 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Leinster, Duke of, Charles William Fitzgerald, 4th Duke, J.P. Co. Kildare, M.P. 1847-52; 67,227 acres Kildare; 1,044 acres Meath;
  • Leslie, Sir John, Bart., M.P., M.P. Co. Monaghan, 1871; J.P. and D.L. Co. Monaghan; J.P. Co. Donegal, Glasslough, Monaghan, 1,375 acres Cavan, 28,827 acres Donegal, 1,768 acres Down, 877 acres Fermanagh, 2,344 acres Meath, 13,674 acres Monaghan, 1,103 acres Tyrone;
  • Levinge, Marcus Anthony, J.P. Cos. Roscommon and Westmeath, Cornagh Kiltoom, Athlone, Westmeath and Ennis-Coffey House, Miltownpass, Killucan, Westmeath; 421 acres Meath; 794 acres Roscommon; 247 acres Westmeath;
  • Magan, Mrs. Elizabeth Georgiana, Killyon, Hill of Down, Meath; Clonearl, Offaly (King's); Eagle Hill, Kildare; Woodlawn, Bray, Wicklow; 165 acres Dublin; 2,374 acres Kildare; 1,023 acres Offaly (King's); 4,418 acres Meath; 5,604 acres Westmeath;
  • Maunsell, George Woods, M.A., J.P. and D.L. City of Dublin, J.P. Co. Kildare; 10 Merrion Square, Dublin; 55 acres Dublin; 702 acres Kildare; 494 acres Limerick; 772 acres Meath; 511 acres Westmeath; 904 acres Wexford;
  • Mayo, Earl of, Dermot Robert Wyndham Bourke, 7th Earl, Palmerstown House, Naas; 4,915 acres Kildare; 559 acres Mayo; 2,360 acres Meath;
  • Murphy, William, Mount Merrion, Stillorgan, Dublin; 13 acres Dublin; 2,660 acres Meath; 4,522 acres Roscommon;
  • Naper, James Lennox, J.P. and D.L. Co. Meath, High Sheriff, Loughcrew, Oldcastle, Meath; 18,863 acres Meath;
  • Nicholson, Christopher Armitage, J.P. Co. Meath, High Sheriff, 1856, Balrath, Burry, Kells, Meath; 7,693 acres Meath;
  • Nugent, Lady, Ballinlough Castle, Delvin, Westmeath; 283 acres Meath; 2,033 acres Tipperary; 4,692 acres Westmeath;
  • O'Ferrall, Edward More, Kildangan Castle, Monasterevan, Kildare; 1,354 acres Kildare; 4,086 acres Mayo; 2,598 acres Meath;
  • O'Farrell, Rt. Hon. Richard More, P.C. (1847), J.P. and D.L. Co. Kildare Ballyna House, Enfield; 1,106 acres Carlow; 3,213 acres Kildare; 449 acres Longford; 380 acres Meath;
  • Pratt, Mervyn, J.P. and D.L. Co. Mayo; High Sheriff Co. Cavan, 1842, Co. Mayo, 1845 and Co. Meath 1876, Cabra Castle, Kingscourt, Cavan; Nobber, Meath; Enniscoe, Crosmolina, Mayo; 8,095 acres Cavan; 17,955 acres Mayo; 1,014 acres Meath;
  • Preston, Rev. Arthur, Kilmeague, Naas, Meath; 826 acres Meath;
  • Preston, John Joseph, Bellinter, Navan, Meath; 7,415 acres Meath;
  • Preston, Nathaniel Francis, J.P. Meath; 1,234 acres Meath;
  • Rathdonnell, Lord, 1st Baron, John M'Clintock, D.L. Co. Fermanagh, High Sheriff Co. Louth 1840, M.P. 1857-59, 490 acres Dublin; 4,119 acres Fermanagh; 2,695 acres Kildare; 3,188 acres Louth, 429 acres Meath; 1,226 acres Monaghan; 1,118 acres Tyrone;
  • Rotheram, Edward, J.P. Co. Meath, Crossdrum, Oldcastle, Meath; 1,290 acres Cavan; 5,046 acres Meath;
  • Rotheram, Morgan F., Belview, Crossakeel, Meath; 725 acres Meath;
  • Rotheram, Thomas Edward, Treermon, Clonmellon, Westmeath; 304 acres Cavan; 360 acres Westmeath;
  • Rothwell, Thomas, J.P. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1867, Rockfield, Kells, Meath; 3,161 acres Meath;
  • Russell, 1st Earl, John Russell, K.G., P.C., Ardsallagh Castle, Navan, Meath; 1,017 acres Louth; 3,167 acres Meath;
  • Singleton, Major Henry Corbet, J.P. Co. Meath, High Sheriff, 1877, Aclare, Drumcourath, Meath; 4,877 acres Meath;
  • Smyth, Captain Ralph, J.P. Co. Louth, High Sheriff, 1869, Newtown House, Termonfeckin, Drogheda, Louth; 552 acres Louth and Drogheda Town; 60 acres Meath; 901 acres Westmeath;
  • Smyth, Thomas James, J.P. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1858, 785 acres Kildare; 343 acres Offaly (King's); 150 acres Meath; 9,778 acres Westmeath;
  • Smyth, William Barlow, Collinstown, St. Feighins, Westmeath; NLI Ms. 7909 Grenham
  • Taylor, Richard Chambre Hayes, Major General, J.P. Co. Meath; Dowestown, Navan, Meath; 1,304 acres Meath;
  • Taylor, Col. Rt. Hon. Thomas Edward, M.P., J.P. and D.L. Co Dublin, Ardgillon Castle, Balbriggan, Dublin; 805 acres Dublin; 7,135 acres Meath;
  • Tisdall, John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Meath, High Sheriff, 1841, Charlesfort, Kells, Meath; 575 acres Kilkenny; 493 acres Limerick; 3,962 acres Meath;
  • Trimbleston, Lord
  • Verschoyle, Lt. Colonel, James Lorenzo, Dublin; 3,998 acres Kildare; 257 acres Meath; 3,981 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Wade, Robert Craven, J.P. and D.L. Co. Meath; J.P. Co. Wicklow, High Sherriff, Meath and Wicklow, 4,160 acres Meath; 4,055 acres Wicklow;
  • Wade, Thomas F., Pekin, China; 314 acres Meath;
  • Woods, Hans Hamilton, J.P. and D.L. Co. Dublin, High Sheriff, 1854; J.P. Co. Meath, High Sheriff, 1851, Milverton Hall, and Whitestown House, Balbriggan, Dublin; 4,585 acres Dublin; 8,043 acres Meath;

Monaghan[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Monaghan

Public Record Office, Northern Ireland eCatalogue Type in the PRONI Ref: following the description listed below.

  • Ancketill, William, Ancketill Grove, Emyvale, Monaghan; 7,504 acres Monaghan; Roulston and Grenham
  • Bath, 4th Marquis of, John Alexander Thynne, J.P. and D.L. Somerset, England; J.P. Cos. Monaghan, Ireland and Wiltshire, England, Longleat, Wiltshire, England (absentee landlord), 22,762 acres Monaghan; PRONI Introduction to the Bath and Brownlow Estate Papers Roulston and Grenham
  • Brownlow, William, D.L. Co. Monaghan, J.P. Laois (Queen's), Knapton House, Abbeyleix, Monaghan; 2,959 acres Monaghan; PRONI Introduction to the Bath and Brownlow Estate Papers Roulston
  • Clonmel, 4th Earl of, John Hentry Reginald Scott, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kildare, Bishop's Court, Straffan, Kildare; 1,945 acres Carlow; 79 acres Dublin; 1,906 acres Kildare; 2,135 acres Kilkenny; 1,904 acres Limerick; 1,952 acres Monaghan; 11,098 acres Tipperary;
  • Dartrey, 1st Earl of, Richard Dawson, K.P., Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum, Co. Monaghan, Dartrey House, Dawson Grove, Monaghan; 1,565 acres Armagh; 1,578 acres Louth; 17,345 acres Monaghan; 7,985 acres Waterford; PRONI Introduction to the Dartrey Papers Roulston and Grenham
  • Donoughmore, 5th Earl of, John Luke George Hutchinson, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, J.P. Co. Waterford, Knocklofty, Clonmel, Tipperary; 1,972 acres Cork; 143 acres Dublin; 486 acres Kilkenny; 80 acres Louth; 373 acres Monaghan; 4,711 acres Tipperary; 2,878 acres Waterford; 1,307 acres Wexford;
  • Gervais, Francis John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tyrone, High Sheriff, 1846, Cecil, Augher, Tyrone; 252 acres Monaghan; 7,727 acres Tyrone;
  • Hamilton, James, J.P. Co. Monaghan, High Sheriff, 1830, Cornacassa, Monaghan; 532 acres Longford; 7,315 acres Monaghan;
  • Hope, Mrs. Anne Adele, 35 Belgrave Square, London, England; The Castle, Castleblayney, Monaghan; 11,700 acres Monaghan;
  • Kirk, William Millar, J.P. Cos. Armagh and Wexford, The Park, Gorey, Wexford; 718 acres Monaghan; 3,919 acres Laois (Queen's); 1,527 acres Wexford;
  • Leonard, Sir Thomas Barrett, Bart., D.L. Sussex, England, High Sheriff, 1865, Clones, Monaghan; 107 acres Fermanagh; 7,920 acres Monaghan;
  • Leslie, Mrs. Emily Eleanora Wilhelmia, Ballybay House, Ballybay, Monaghan; 5,463 acres Monaghan;
  • Leslie, Major John, J.P. Co. Monaghan, High Sheriff, Kiltybegs, Carrickmacross, Monaghan; 1,503 acres Cavan; 1,027 acres Monaghan;
  • Leslie, Sir John, Bart., M.P., M.P. Co. Monaghan, 1871; J.P. and D.L. Co. Monaghan; J.P. Co. Donegal, Glasslough, Monaghan, 1,375 acres Cavan, 28,827 acres Donegal, 1,768 acres Down, 877 acres Fermanagh, 2,344 acres Meath, 13,674 acres Monaghan, 1,103 acres Tyrone; Roulston and Grenham
  • Louth, Lord, 13th Baron, Randall Percy Otway Plunkett, J.P. and D.L. Co. Louth, Louth Hall, Ardee, Louth; 3,578 acres Louth; 178 acres Monaghan;
  • Lucas, William Edward and Edward L. Lucas, Castle Shane, Monaghan; 9,955 acres Monaghan;
  • Madden, John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Fermanagh, J.P. Cos. Cavan and Leitrim, High Sheriff Co. Fermanagh 1859 and Co. Monaghan 1863; 3,549 acres Leitrim; 4,644 acres Monaghan; Roulston
  • Moutray, Whitney, J. P. Cos. Monaghan and Tyrone, Fortsingleton, Emyvale, Monaghan; 349 acres Monaghan; 106 acres Tyrone; Grenham
  • Murdock, Robert, Crievelands, Ballybay, Monaghan and 36 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin; 68 acres Monaghan; 5,084 acres Tipperary;
  • Murray-Ker, Andre Allen, J.P. and D.L. Co. Monaghan, High Sheriff, 1844-5, Newbliss House, Newbliss, Monaghan; 3,605 acres Monaghan; Grenham
  • Rathdonnell, Lord, 1st Baron, John M'Clintock, D.L. Co. Fermanagh, High Sheriff Co. Louth 1840, M.P. 1857-59, 490 acres Dublin; 4,119 acres Fermanagh; 2,695 acres Kildare; 3,188 acres Louth, 429 acres Meath; 1,226 acres Monaghan; 1,118 acres Tyrone;
  • Rose, Mrs. Gertrude, Mullaghmore, Tydavnet, Monaghan; 3,942 acres Monaghan;
  • Rossmore, Lord, 4th Baron, Rossmore Park, Monaghan; 14,839 acres Monaghan; Roulston and Grenham
  • Shirley, Evelyn Philip, Farnham, 26,386 acres; PRONI Introduction to the Shirley Papers; Clogher Record Vol. 20, no. 2 (2010) JSTOR The Cottiers of the Shirley Estate in the Civil Parishes of Donaghmoyne, Killanny, Magheracloone, and Magheross 1840-1847 JSTOR Assisted Emigration from the Shirley Estate 1843-1854 Roulston and Grenham
  • Shirley, Horatio, Portman Square, London, England; 4,197 acres Monaghan; Roulston
  • Singleton, Thomas Crawford, Fort Singleton, Emyvale, Monaghan; 258 acres Dublin; 4,489 acres Monaghan; Roulston
  • Templetown, George Frederick Upton, 3rd Viscount, K.C.B., J.P. and D.L. Co. Antrim, Castle Upton, Templepatrick, Antrim; 10,239 acres Antrim; 12,845 acres Monaghan; PRONI Ref. T712/1; Roulston
  • Verner, Sir William Edward Hercules, Bart., Churchill, Verner's Bridge, Moy, Tyrone; 5,436 acres Armagh, 2,526 acres Monaghan, 16,042 acres Tyrone; 140 acres Wicklow; Roulston - see Co. Tyrone
  • Westenra, Mrs. Henrietta, 4,483 acres Monaghan;
  • Wood-Wright, William Henry Edward, D.L. Co. Monaghan, High Sheriff, 1877, Golagh House, Monaghan; 3,264 acres Monaghan;

Offaly (King's)[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Offaly (King's)

  • Armstrong, Rev. Sir Edmond Frederick, Bart., J.P. Offaly (King's) Co., Donaghmore Glebe, Erville, Templemore, Offaly (King's); 4,231 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Armstrong, John H., Killclare, Clara, Offaly (King's); 238 acres Offaly (King's); 305 acres Westmeath;
  • Armstrong, John Prizulx, J.P. Offaly (King's), Claremont, Banagher, Offaly (King's); 1,913 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Armstrong, William Bigoe, Treasurer of Offaly (King's) Co., Bal Iver, Banagher, Offaly (King's); 3,650 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Ashbrook, Viscount, Henry Jeffrey Flowers, 6th Viscount, D.L. Queen's Co., High Sheriff, 1856, Durrow Castle, Durrow, Queen's Co.; 7,190 acres Kilkenny; 7,476 acres King's; 334 acres Limerick, 4,515 acres Queen's;
  • Ashtown, Lord, 2nd Baron, Frederick Mason Trench, J.P. and D.L. Co. Galway, High Sheriff, Woodlawn, Galway and Clonodfoy, Kilfinane, Limerick; 50 acres Dublin; 8,310 acres Galway; 2,780 acres Offaly (King's); 11,273 acres Limerick; 841 acres Roscommon; 4,526 acres Tipperary; 9,435 acres Waterford; 42 acres Westmeath;
  • Banon, E.J., Broughall Castle, Frankford, Offaly (King's); 3,896 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Bennett, Francis Valentine, J.P. and D.L. Co. Offaly (King's), High Sheriff, 1854, Thomastown House, Frankford, Offaly (King's); 5,480 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Bennett, John, High Sheriff, 1864, Grange, Clareen, Parsonstown, Offaly (King's); 1,032 acres Offaly (King's); 502 acres Cork; 30 acres Tipperary; 32 acres Wicklow;
  • Bennett, Mrs. Sophia, 116 George's Street, Limerick; 22 acres Offaly (King's); 1,680 acres Tipperary;
  • Bernard, Col. Thomas, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum of Offaly (King's) Co., 1867, High Sheriff, Offaly (King's) Co., 1837, 4 Lower Merrion St., Dublin; Castle Bernard, Kinnelty, Offaly (King's); 13,153 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Bolton, George, Crown Solicitor, Co. Tipperary, Nenagh, Tipperary; 618 acres Kildare; 579 acres Offaly (King's), 303 acres Limerick; 4,301 acres Tipperary; 265 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Boyse, Capt. Henry Samuel Hunt, R.N., J.P. and D.L. Co. Wexford, Bannow House, Bannow, Wexford; 2,372 acres Kilkenny; 159 acres Offaly (King's), 4,589 acres Wexford;
  • Cassidy, John Valentine, J.P. Offaly (King's), Monasterevan, Kildare and Killyon, Parsontown, Offaly (King's); 3,470 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Charleville, Earl, Charleville Forest, Tullamore, Offaly (King's); 20,032 acres Offaly (King's); Grenham
  • Coote, Rev. Algernon, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England; 4,436 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Dames, Francis Travers Longworth, J.P. Offaly (King's) Co., 285 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Dames, Capt. Thomas Longworth, J.P. and D.L. Co. Offaly (King's), High Sheriff, 1869, Greenhill, Edenderry, Offaly (King's); 6,798 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Darby, William Henry, Leap Castle, Roscrea, Tipperary; 4,367 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Digby, Lord, 9th Baron, Edward Vincent Digby, Geashill Castle, Tullamore, Offaly (King's) and Minterne HouseCerne Abbas, Dorchester, England; 29,722 acres Offaly (King's); 938 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Downshire, 6th Marquis of, Arthur Wills John Wellington Blundell Trumbull Hill, East Hampstead Park, Workingham, Berkshire, England and Hillsborough Castle, Down; 5,787 acres Antrim and Carrickfergus Town; 73,602 acres Down; 1,338 acres Kildare; 101 acres Kilkenny; 13,679 acres Offaly (King's); 15,766 acres Wicklow;
  • Drought, John H., Littlebrook, Kinnetty, Offaly (King's); 3,594 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Drought, John W., J.P. Offaly (King's), Whigborough, Fivealley, Offaly (King's); 1,125 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Drought, Rev. John William, Glencorrig, Glenealy, Wicklow; 429 acres Offaly (King's); 1,002 acres Wicklow;
  • Drought, Robert S.Ridgemont, Frankfort, Offaly (King's); 1,016 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Esmonde, Sir John, Bart., M.P. Co. Waterford, J.P. Cos. Waterford and Wexford, High Sheriff, 1867, High Sheriff Co. Wicklow, 1875, Ballynastragh, Gorey, Wexford; 629 acres Kilkenny; 389 acres Offaly (King's); 429 acres Longford; 717 acres Tipperary; 701 acres Waterford; 3,533 acres Wexford; 2,088 acres Wicklow;
  • Fox, Major Luke Loftus Bushe, J.P. King's and Longford Cos., Cordara, Lanesborough, Longford; 722 acres King's; 562 acres Longford; 560 acres Meath;
  • Fox, Capt. Maxwell, J.P. and D.L. Offaly (King's) Co., High Sheriff, Annaghmore, Tullamore, Offaly (King's); 2,864 acres Offaly (King's), 457 acres Longford;
  • Goff, Joseph, the late, D.L. Co. Tyrone, Hale Park, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England; 791 acres Offaly (King's); 3,424 acres Kerry; 5,433 acres Tyrone;
  • Grogan, Sir Edward, Bart., D.L. and M.P. Dublin City, 1841-1865, Ballintyre, Dundrum and 10 Harcourt Street, Dublin; 3,207 acres Offaly (King's); 1,950 acres Westmeath; 1,333 acres Wexford;
  • Huntington, 14th Earl of, Francis Power Plantagenet Hastings, Shanavogue, Roscrea, Offaly (King's), 3,694 acres Galway, 6,450 acres Waterford, 3,379 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Kemmis, Arthur Henry Nicholas, J.P. Surrey and King's (Offaly) Co., High Sheriff 1862, Upper Norwood, Surrey, England; 4,485 acres Offaly (King's); 275 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • King, John Gilbert, J.P. and D.L. Offaly (King's), High Sheriff, M.P. 1865-1868, Ballyglin, Ferbane, Offaly (King's); 10,175 acres Offaly (King's); 1,033 acres Roscommon;
  • King-Harman, Edward Robert, M.P., J.P. Cos. Longford, Sligo, and Westmeath, Rockingham, Boyle, Roscommon and Newcastle, Ballymahon, Longford; 28,779 acres Longford; 1,024 acres Laois (Queen's); 29,242 acres Roscommon; 12,629 acres Sligo; 1,239 acres Westmeath;
  • Lansdowne, 5th Marquis of, Henry Charles Keith-Petty-Fitzmaurice, Bowood, Calne, Wiltshire, England; 2,132 acres Dublin; 94,983 acres Kerry; 617 acres Offaly (King's); 1,526 acres Limerick; 116 acres Limerick city; 12,995 acres Meath; 8,980 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Lauder, John Drought, J.P. Offaly (King's); Moyclare, Ferbane, Offaly (King's); 4,018 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Lloyd, John, J.P. and D.L. Offaly (King's), High Sheriff, 1866; Gloster House, Roscrea, Offaly (King's); 4,536 acres Offaly (King's); 92 acres Tipperary;
  • Longworth, John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1859, High Sheriff Co. Offaly (King's), 1865, Glynwood, Athlone, Westmeath; 3,271 acres Galway, 2,422 acres King's, 1,192 acres Roscommon, 6,547 acres Westmeath;
  • M'Neale, Mrs. Margaret, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England; 1,319 acres Offaly (King's); 4,716 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Magan, Mrs. Elizabeth Georgiana, Killyon, Hill of Down, Meath; Clonearl, Offaly (King's); Eagle Hill, Kildare; Woodlawn, Bray, Wicklow; 165 acres Dublin; 2,374 acres Kildare; 1,023 acres Offaly (King's); 4,418 acres Meath; 5,604 acres Westmeath;
  • Malone, Rev. Saville L'Estrange, Vicar Choral St. Patrick's Cathedral, Armagh, Armagh, 5,678 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Marlay, Charles Brindley, J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff 1853, Belvedere House, Mullingar, Westmeath; 38 acres Offaly (King's); 453 acres Limerick; 3,067 acres Louth; 9,059 acres Westmeath;
  • Mooney, Robert James Enright, J.P. Co. Westmeath; J.P. and D.L. Offaly (King's); The Doone, Athlone, Westmeath; 4,344 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Mulock, Thomas, J.P. Offaly (King's), 4,300 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Mulock, Thomas Homan, M.D. (Dublin), Bellair, Moate, Westmeath; 1,678 acres Offaly (King's); 1,144 acres Westmeath;
  • Nesbitt, Miss Catherine Jamison Downing, Leixlip, Kildare; 321 acres Antrim; 1,529 acres Galway; 36 acres Kildare; 2,555 acres Offaly (King's), 620 acres Limerick; 5,638 acres Derry (Londonderry); 3,641 acres Roscommon;
  • O'Brien, John, 3,688 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Portarlington, 3rd Earl of, Henry John Reuben Dawson Damer, J.P. and D.L. Laois (Queen's) Co., Emopark, Portarlington; 1,126 acres Offaly (King's); 11,149 Laois (Queen's); 2,897 acres Tipperary; Grenham
  • Rosse, 4th Earl of, Lawrence Parsons J.P. and D.L. Offaly (King's), High Sheriff, 1867, J.P. Co. Tipperary, Birr Castle, Parsonstown, Offaly (King's); 22,513 acres Offaly (King's); 2,633 acres Tipperary;
  • Seaton, Lord, 2nd Baron, James Colborne, Bert House, Athy, Kildare; 1,167 acres Carlow; 1,429 acres Kildare; 3,101 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Smyth, Thomas James, J.P. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1858, 785 acres Kildare; 343 acres Offaly (King's); 150 acres Meath; 9,778 acres Westmeath;
  • Thompson, Peter Hamlet, J.P. Offaly (King's), High Sheriff, 1875 Offaly (King's) Co., Cornamona, Banagher, Offaly (King's); 4,485 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Toler, Hon. Otway Fortescue Graham, Brookham House, Leatherhead, Surrey, England (and res. London); 4,524 acres Offaly (King's); 3,076 acres Laois (Queen's); 8,789 acres Tipperary; 142 acres Westmeath;
  • Trench, Henry, J.P. Co. Tipperary and Offaly (King's), High Sheriff, 1842, Cangort Park, Roscrea, Tipperary; 704 acres Clare; 1,581 acres Galway; 2,113 acres Offaly (King's); 1,926 acres Limerick; 432 acres Roscommon; 4,707 acres Tipperary;
  • Vaughan, William Peisley Hutchinson Lloyd, J.P. and D.L. Offaly (King's), High Sherif, J.P. Tipperary, Golden Grove, Roscrea, Tipperary; 3,748 acres Offaly (King's); 498 acres Tipperary;
  • Warburton, Richard, J.P. and D.L. Offaly (King's), High Sheriff 1869; 5,851 Offaly (King's); 6,072 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Williams, Edward Wilmot, J.P. and D.L. Dorset County, England, Herringston, Dorchester, Dorset, England; 96 acres Armagh; 6,884 acres Offaly (King's);

Roscommon[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Roscommon

  • Ashtown, Lord, 2nd Baron, Frederick Mason Trench, J.P. and D.L. Co. Galway, High Sheriff, Woodlawn, Galway and Clonodfoy, Kilfinane, Limerick; 50 acres Dublin; 8,310 acres Galway; 2,780 acres Offaly (King's); 11,273 acres Limerick; 841 acres Roscommon; 4,526 acres Tipperary; 9,435 acres Waterford; 42 acres Westmeath;
  • Balfe, Patrick, J.P. Roscommon, High Sheriff, 1858, South Park, Castlerea, Roscommon; 6,024 acres Roscommon;
  • Balfe, Capt., India; 354 acres Roscommon;
  • Caddell, Robert O'Ferrall, J.P. and D.L. Co. Meath, High Sheriff, 1873, Harbourstown House, Balbriggan, Dublin; 7 acres Dublin; 1,372 acres Meath; 3,341 acres Roscommon; 3,464 acres Sligo;
  • Castlemaine, Lord, 4th Baron, Richard Handcock, J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, Moydrum Castle and The Hare Island, Athlone, Westmeath; 597 acres Roscommon; 11,444 acres Westmeath;
  • Caulfield, St. George, J.P. Co. Roscommon, Dunamon Castle, Roscommon; 4,604 acres Galway; 1,514 acres Kilkenny; 6,632 acres Roscommon; 824 acres Tipperary, 558 acres Tyrone;
  • Coote, Sir Charles Henry, Bart., Ballyfin House, Mountrath, Laois (Queen's) Co.; 878 acres Kildare; 340 acres Limerick; 47,451 acres Laois (Queen's); 1,017 acres Roscommon;
  • Coote, John Chidley, Farmleigh, Castleknock, Dublin; 10,318 acres Roscommon;
  • Costello, Arthur Robert George, J.P. Cos. Mayo, Roscommon, and Sligo, Edmondstown, Ballaghaderin, Mayo; 7,513 acres Mayo; 1,038 acres Roscommon;
  • Crichton, Alexander, J.P. Co. Sligo, High Sheriff, Dirk Lodge, Dromard, Sligo; 4,021 acres Roscommon; 2,826 acres Sligo;
  • Crofton, Lord, 3rd Baron, Edward Henry Churchill Crofton, D.L. Co. Roscommon, Mote Park, Ballymurray, Roscommon; 10,509 acres Roscommmon;
  • Crofton, Sir Malby, Bart., Longfield House, Ballysodare, Sligo; 292 acres Roscommon, 3,422 acres Sligo;
  • Crofton, Sir Morgan George, Bart, D.L. Co. Leitrim, High Sheriff 1874, Mohill House, Leitrim; 9,590 acres Leitrim; 1,608 acres Longford; 271 acres Roscommon;
  • DeFreyne, Lord, 4th Baron, Arthur French, French Park and Coote Hall, Frenchpark, Roscommon; 328 acres Galway; 25,436 acres Roscommon; 4,052 acres Sligo;
  • Dillon, John Theobald, J.P. Cos. Longford and Roscommon, Mount Dillon, Strokestown, Roscommon; 5,588 acres Roscommon;
  • Dillon, 14th Viscount, Theobald Dominick Geoggrey Dillon-Lee, J.P. and D.L. Co. Mayo, Loughglynn House, Castlerea, Roscommon and Ditchley Park, Charlbury, Oxfordshire, England; 83,749 acres Mayo; 5,435 acres Roscommon; 136 acres Westmeath;
  • Dunne, Edward Meadows, Brittas, Clonaslee, Laois (Queen's) Co.; 9,215 acres Laois (Queen's); 1,544 acres Roscommon;
  • Ellis, George, M.D., 91 Lower Leeson St. Dublin; 627 acres Leitrim; 584 acres Roscommon; 103 acres Tyrone;
  • Ennis, Sir John, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Dublin, High Sheriff, 1840, J.P. Cos. Offaly (King's) and Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1837, M.P. Athlone, 1857-65, Ballinahoun Court, Athlone, Westmeath; 326 acres Dublin; 262 acres Roscommon; 8,774 acres Westmeath;
  • Ferrall, Major Henry Taaffe, J.P. and D.L. Co. Roscommon, High Sheriff, Moylurg, Boyle, Roscommon; 5,140 acres Roscommon;
  • Ferrall, Capt. John Jervois O'Ferrall Carmichael; J.P. Cos. Longford and Tyrone, Augher Castle, Augher, Tyrone; 11 acres Dublin City; 666 acres Roscommon; 236 acres Tyrone;
  • French, Arthur, Johnstown, Naas, Roscommon; 1,570 acres Roscommon; 1,706 acres Sligo;
  • French, Christopher, J.P. Co. Roscommmon, High Sheriff, 1852, Cloonyquin, Tulsk, Roscommon; 3,701 acres Roscommon;
  • French, Rt. Hon. Fitzstephen, M.P. Roscommon, Lough Erritt, Frenchpark, Roscommon; 79 acres Cork; 12,270 acres Roscommon; 1,224 acres Sligo;
  • Goff, James Caulfield, Carriglea, Kingstown, Roscommon; 557 acres Roscommon;
  • Goff, Capt. Thomas William, 4 Ovington Gardens, London, England; 5,429 acres Roscommon;
  • Goff, Capt. Robert, 34 Duke St., St. James's, London; 3,029 acres Roscommon;
  • Grace, John Dowel Fitzgerald, J.P. and D.L. Co. Roscommon, High Sheriff, Mantua, Elphin, Roscommon; 3,276 acres Roscommon;
  • Greville, Lord, 1st Baron, Fulke Southwell Greville Nugent, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Westmeath, 1871; J.P. Cos. Cavan, Longford, Monaghan, Roscommon and Hertfordshire [England], High Sheriff, 1850, 1,970 acres Cavan; 451 acres Cork; 1,236 acres Longford; 3,990 acres Roscommon; 9,783 acres Westmeath;
  • Harlech, Lord, 2nd Baron, William Richard Ormsby Gore, M.P. Co. Sligo, 1841-1852, Co. Leitrim, 1858-1876, High Sheriff, 1857, Derrycarne, Dromod, Leitrim; 7,480 acres Leitrim; 1174 acres Mayo; 172 acres Roscommon; 21,019 acres Sligo; 2,794 acres Westmeath;
  • Irwin, James Nolan, Beechwood, Roscommon; 1,849 acres Roscommon;
  • Irwin, John, J.P. Co. Roscommon, Raheen, Elphin, Roscommon; 248 acres Roscommon; 1,527 acres Sligo;
  • Irwin, Major Richard, J.P. Co. Roscommon; High Sheriff, Rathmoyle, Ballinagare, Frenchpark, Roscommon; 3,628 acres Roscommon;
  • Irwin, Robert, Emla, Castlerea, Roscommon; 933 acres Roscommon;
  • Johnston, Capt. John, J.P. Cos. Kildare and Roscommon, 1,489 acres Roscommon; 668 acres Sligo;
  • Johnston, Lady, College Square, North Belfast, Antrim; 189 acres Antrim; 4,332 acres Roscommon;
  • Kilmaine, Lord, 4th Baron, Francis William Browne, J.P. Co. Mayo; J.P., D.L. and V.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1870, Galston House, Milltown Pass, Killucan, Westmeath; The Neale, Ballinrobe, Mayo; 2,151 acres Galway; 11,564 acres Mayo; 979 acres Roscommon; 2,122 acres Westmeath; 1,949 acres Wexford;
  • King, Sir Gilbert, Bart., D.L. Co. Roscommon, High Sheriff Co. Leitrim, 1876, Charlestown, Drumnsna, Leitrim and 21 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin; 480 acres Leitrim, 1,858 acres
  • King, John Gilbert, J.P. and D.L. Offaly (King's), High Sheriff, M.P. 1865-1868, Ballyglin, Ferbane, Offaly (King's); 10,175 acres Offaly (King's); 1,033 acres Roscommon;
  • King-Harman, Edward Robert, M.P., J.P. Cos. Longford, Sligo, and Westmeath, Rockingham, Boyle, Roscommon and Newcastle, Ballymahon, Longford; 28,779 acres Longford; 1,024 acres Laois (Queen's); 29,242 acres Roscommon; 12,629 acres Sligo; 1,239 acres Westmeath;
  • Kyle, William Cotter, J.P. Co. Roscommon, 8 Clare Street, Dublin; 5,589 acres Roscommon;
  • Levinge, Marcus Anthony, J.P. Cos. Roscommon and Westmeath, Cornagh Kiltoom, Athlone, Westmeath and Ennis-Coffey House, Miltownpass, Killucan, Westmeath; 421 acres Meath; 794 acres Roscommon; 247 acres Westmeath;
  • Lloyd, Mrs. A.F., 84 Pembroke Road, Dublin; 584 acres Roscommon;
  • Lloyd, Guy, J.P. and D.L. Co. Roscommon, High Sheriff, 1867, Croghan House, Boyle, Roscommon; 1,262 acres Leitrim; 7,302 acres Roscommon;
  • Lloyd, Robert Jones, 3 Pope's Grove, Twickenham, London, England; 892 acres Leitrim; 300 acres Roscommon;
  • Lloyd, William, Rockville, Drumsna, Leitrim; 7,394 acres Roscommon;
  • Longworth, John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1859, High Sheriff Co. Offaly (King's), 1865, Glynwood, Athlone, Westmeath; 3,271 acres Galway, 2,422 acres King's, 1,192 acres Roscommon, 6,547 acres Westmeath;
  • M'Causland, Connolly Thomas, J.P. and D.L. County Derry (Londonderry), High Sheriff, 1866, Drenagh, Limavady, 12,886 acres Londonderry, 4,799 acres Roscommon;
  • Mahon, Henry Sandfort Pakenham, J.P. and D.L. Co. Roscommon, High Sheriff, 26,980 acres Roscommon; Grenham NLI Pakenham-Mahon Papers 1725-1933, Detailed Listing of the Collection
  • Moore, George Augustus, Moorehall, Ballyglass, Mayo; 12,371 acres Mayo; 110 acres Roscommon;
  • Murphy, John, Dublin; 684 acres Cork; 59 acres Limerick; 5,362 acres Roscommon; 410 acres Westmeath;
  • Murphy, William, Mount Merrion, Stillorgan, Dublin; 13 acres Dublin; 2,660 acres Meath; 4,522 acres Roscommon;
  • Naghten, Thomas Mahon, Thomastown Park, Athlone, Roscommon; 4,829 acres Roscommon;
  • Nesbitt, Miss Catherine Jamison Downing, Leixlip, Kildare; 321 acres Antrim; 1,529 acres Galway; 36 acres Kildare; 2,555 acres Offaly (King's), 620 acres Limerick; 5,638 acres Derry (Londonderry); 3,641 acres Roscommon;
  • O'Connor, Peter, J.P. Co. Sligo, High Sheriff, 1866, Cairnsfort, Sligo; 326 acres Roscommon; 4,982 acres Sligo;
  • O'Conor, Arthur, J.P. Roscommon, High Sheriff, 1857, The Palace, Elphin, Roscommon; 6,927 acres Roscommon;
  • O'Conor, Charles, J.P. and D.L. Roscommon, Mount Druid Ballinagare, Roscommon; 2,186 acres Roscommon;
  • O'Conor, Denis Maurice, M.P. Co. Sligo, 1868; J.P. Co. Roscommon, High Sheriff, 1865, 2,016 acres Roscommon; 760 acres Sligo;
  • O'Conor, Nicholas, Dennermott, Ballymoe, Galway; 810 acres Roscommon;
  • O'Conor, Patrick Hugh, J.P. and D.L. Co. Roscommon, High Sheriff, 1860, J.P. Cos. Galway and Mayo, Heath Lodge, Bangor Erris, Mayo; 2,435 acres Roscommon;
  • O'Conor, Rotherick Joseph, J.P. Co. Roscommon, High Sheriff, 1863, Milltown, Tulsk, Roscommon and 88 Pembroke Road, Dublin; 384 acres Galway; 1,496 acres Roscommon;
  • O'Conor-Don, The, Charles Owen O'Conor, M.P. Co. Roscommon, 1860, J.P. and D.L. Co. Roscommon, J.P. Co. Sligo, Clonalis, Castlerea, and Belanagare, Frenchpark, Roscommon; 11,466 acres Roscommon; 1,184 acres Sligo;
  • Phibbs, William, Seafield, Sligo; 834 acres Roscommon; 10,507 acres Sligo;
  • Potts, Wm. Trumperant, Correen Castle, Ballinasloe, Roscommon; 5,813 acres Roscommon; 144 acres Westmeath;
  • Stoney, Robert Vesey, Rosturk Castle, Newport, Mayo; 6,920 acres Mayo; 886 acres Roscommon;
  • Tenison, Lt.-Col. Edward King, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum, Co. Roscommon, 1856; J.P. Cos. Leitrim and Sligo, High Sheriff, Lord Lieutenant Co. Leitrim, 1840-1856, M.P. Co. Leitrim, 1847-1852, Kilronan Castle, Keadue, Roscommon; 196 acres Dublin; 1,554 acres Leitrim, 16,915 acres Roscommon; 1,783 acres Sligo; 48 acres Westmeath; Grenham
  • Tredennick, William, Fortwilliam, Ballyshannon, Donegal; 2,779 acres Donegal; 4,546 acres Roscommon; 400 acres Tyrone;
  • Trench, Henry, J.P. Co. Tipperary and Offaly (King's), High Sheriff, 1842, Cangort Park, Roscrea, Tipperary; 704 acres Clare; 1,581 acres Galway; 2,113 acres Offaly (King's); 1,926 acres Limerick; 432 acres Roscommon; 4,707 acres Tipperary;
  • Waithman, Robert William, J.P. and D.L. Yorkshire, England, J.P. Cos. Lancaster [England], Galway and Roscommon, High Sheriff, 1870, Moyne, Ballyglunin, Galway; 4,541 acres Galway and Galway Town; 4,631 acres Roscommon;
  • Waldron, Lawrence, Ballybrack, Killiney, Dublin and Helen Park, Killenaule, Tipperary; 188 acres Carlow; 11 acres Dublin; 460 acres Kilkenny; 837 acres Mayo; 570 acres Roscommon; 4,060 acres Tipperary;
  • Williams, Col. Thomas M., Middlesex, England; 3,062 acres Roscommmon;
  • Wills-Sandford, Thomas George, J.P. and D.L. Co. Roscommon, High Sheriff, 1843, Wills Grove and Castlerea House, Castlerea, Roscommon; 24,410 acres Roscommon;

Sligo[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Sligo

  • Armstrong, James Wood, J.P. and D.L. Co. Offaly (King's), High Sheriff, Chaffpool, Tubbercurry, Sligo; 4,182 acres Sligo;
  • Booth, Sir Henry William Gore, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Sligo, High Sheriff, Lissadill, Carney, Sligo; 31,774 acres Sligo;
  • Brinkley, Richard Graves, J.P. Co. Sligo, High Sheriff, 1856, Forland, Dromore West, Sligo; 6,730 acres Sligo;
  • Caddell, Robert O'Ferrall, J.P. and D.L. Co. Meath, High Sheriff, 1873, Harbourstown House, Balbriggan, Dublin; 7 acres Dublin; 1,372 acres Meath; 3,341 acres Roscommon; 3,464 acres Sligo;
  • Caulfield, Hon. Mrs. Elizabeth Margaret, Hockley Lodge, Kilmore, Armagh; 3,478 acres Sligo;
  • Cooper, Col. Edward Henry, J.P. and D.L. Co. Sligo, High Sheriff, 1871; M.P. Co. Cligo, 1865-68, Markree Castle, Collooney, Sligo; 34,120 acres Sligo;
  • Cowper-Temple, Rt. Hon. William F., Broadlands, Hampshire, England; 738 acres Dublin and Dublin City; 12,426 acres Sligo;
  • Crichton, Alexander, J.P. Co. Sligo, High Sheriff, Dirk Lodge, Dromard, Sligo; 4,021 acres Roscommon; 2,826 acres Sligo;
  • Crofton, Sir Malby, Bart., Longfield House, Ballysodare, Sligo; 292 acres Roscommon, 3,422 acres Sligo; Grenham
  • DeFreyne, Lord, 4th Baron, Arthur French, French Park and Coote Hall, Frenchpark, Roscommon; 328 acres Galway; 25,436 acres Roscommon; 4,052 acres Sligo;
  • Duke, Jemmett, J.P. Sligo, Newpark, Ballymote, Sligo; 3,285 acres Sligo;
  • Erne, John Crichton, 3rd Earl of, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Fermanagh, 1840, Crom Castle, Newtownbutler, Fermanagh; 4,826 acres Donegal; 31,389 acres Fermanagh; 2,184 acres Mayo; 1,966 acres Sligo; PRONI eCatalogue Roulston (Fermanagh) and Grenham (Fermanagh)
  • Ffolliott, Col. John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Sligo, High Sheriff, Hollybrook, Boyle, Roscommon; 1,783 acres Donegal; 1,473 acres Leitrim; 4,168 acres Sligo;
  • French, Arthur, Johnstown, Naas, Roscommon; 1,570 acres Roscommon; 1,706 acres Sligo;
  • French, Rt. Hon. Fitzstephen, M.P. Roscommon, Lough Erritt, Frenchpark, Roscommon; 79 acres Cork; 12,270 acres Roscommon; 1,224 acres Sligo;
  • Gore, Col. Sir Charles James Knox, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Sligo; J.P. Co. Mayo, Belleek Manor, Ballina and Brookview, Killala, Mayo; 22,023 acres Mayo; 8,569 acres Sligo;
  • Harlech, Lord, 2nd Baron, William Richard Ormsby Gore, M.P. Co. Sligo, 1841-1852, Co. Leitrim, 1858-1876, High Sheriff, 1857, Derrycarne, Dromod, Leitrim; 7,480 acres Leitrim; 1174 acres Mayo; 172 acres Roscommon; 21,019 acres Sligo; 2,794 acres Westmeath;
  • Hillas, Robert William, J.P. Cos. Dublin and Sligo, Seaview House, Dromore, Sligo and Farm Hill, Dundrum, Dublin; 327 acres Dublin; 7,444 acres Sligo;
  • Irwin, John, J.P. Co. Roscommon, Raheen, Elphin, Roscommon; 248 acres Roscommon; 1,527 acres Sligo;
  • Johnston, Capt. John, J.P. Cos. Kildare and Roscommon, 1,489 acres Roscommon; 668 acres Sligo;
  • Johnston, William, J.P. Co. Leitrim, High Sheriff, Kinlough House, Kinlough, Leitrim; 471 acres Donegal; 739 acres Fermanagh; 10,633 acres Leitrim; 332 acres Sligo;
  • Keogh, John, Glencourt, Bray, Sligo; 4,056 acres Sligo;
  • King, Sir Gilbert, Bart., D.L. Co. Roscommon, High Sheriff Co. Leitrim, 1876, Charlestown, Drumnsna, Leitrim and 21 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin; 480 acres Leitrim, 1,858 acres
  • King-Harman, Edward Robert, M.P., J.P. Cos. Longford, Sligo, and Westmeath, Rockingham, Boyle, Roscommon and Newcastle, Ballymahon, Longford; 28,779 acres Longford; 1,024 acres Laois (Queen's); 29,242 acres Roscommon; 12,629 acres Sligo; 1,239 acres Westmeath;
  • Kirkwood, John Townsend, England; 8,345 acres Mayo; 444 acres Sligo;
  • Knox, Granville, H., Ballina, Mayo; 1,182 acres Mayo; 1,128 acres Sligo;
  • Knox, Utred Augustus, J.P. and D.L. Co. Sligo; J.P. Co. Mayo, High Sheriff, 1875, Mount Falcon, Ballina, Mayo; 2,132 acres Mayo; 5,434 acres Sligo;
  • M'Carrick, John, Cloonburry, Aclare, Ballymote, Sligo; 567 acres Mayo; 443 acres Sligo;
  • M'Carrick, Roger, Kilglass House, Enniscrone, Sligo; 3,453 acres Mayo; 868 acres Sligo;
  • Norbury, 4th Earl of, William Brabason Lindesay Toler, Valance, Westerham, Kent, England; 2,453 acres Clare; 1,024 acres Mayo; 1,006 acres Sligo; 7,798 acres Tipperary;
  • O'Conor, Denis Maurice, M.P. Co. Sligo, 1868; J.P. Co. Roscommon, High Sheriff, 1865, 2,016 acres Roscommon; 760 acres Sligo;
  • O'Conor-Don, The, Charles Owen O'Conor, M.P. Co. Roscommon, 1860, J.P. and D.L. Co. Roscommon, J.P. Co. Sligo, Clonalis, Castlerea, and Belanagare, Frenchpark, Roscommon; 11,466 acres Roscommon; 1,184 acres Sligo;
  • O'Connor, Peter, J.P. Co. Sligo, High Sheriff, 1866, Cairnsfort, Sligo; 326 acres Roscommon; 4,982 acres Sligo;
  • O'Hara, Charles William, J.P. and D.L. Co. Sligo, High Sheriff, 1849; M.P. co. Sligo 1859-65, Cooper's Hill, Ballymote, Aughnacloy, Colloney, Sligo; 21,070 acres Sligo;
  • Orme, Robert, J.P. Co. Mayo; J.P. and D.L. Co. Sligo, High Sheriff, Sligo, Enniscrone, Ballina, Mayo; 3,094 acres Mayo; 1,405 acres Sligo;
  • Orme, William, J.P. Cos. Mayo and Sligo, High Sheriff, Mayo, Owenmore, Crossmolina, Mayo; 11,230 acres Mayo; 541 acres Sligo;
  • Palmer, Sir Roger Wm. Henry, Bart., D.L. Co. Sligo; J.P. Co. Dublin, High Sheriff, 1875; J.P. Co. Mayo; M.P. Co. Mayo 1857-65, Kenure Park, Rush, Dublin; Keenagh Lodge, Castlebar, Mayo; Cefn Park, Wrexham, North Wales; Glennisland, Maidenhead, Berkshire, England; and Stitchwork Park, Cambridge, England; 4,202 acres Dublin; 80,990 acres Mayo; 9,570 acres Sligo;
  • Percival, Alexander, Temple House, Ballymote, Sligo; 7,034 acres Sligo;
  • Phibbs, George, Melbourne, Australia, 1,880 acres Sligo;
  • Phibbs, Harlow, Sligo; 2,271 acres Sligo;
  • Phibbs, Col. Richard, Deputy Lieutenant Lancaster, England, Coppall House, Frazerkerly, Liverpool, Lancashire, England; 1,071 acres Mayo; 1,598 acres Sligo;
  • Phibbs, William, Seafield, Sligo; 834 acres Roscommon; 10,507 acres Sligo;
  • Rashleigh, Jonathan, J.P. and D.L. Cornwall, England; J.P. Middlesex, England, Menabilly, Par, Cornwall, England; 5,475 acres Mayo; 1,023 acres Sligo;
  • Stratford, John Wingfield, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kent, High Sheriff, 1873, 2,213 acres Clare; 2,502 acres Limerick; 2,361 acres Mayo; 6,555 acres Sligo; 201 acres Wicklow;
  • Sullivan, Rev. H. W., 3,708 acres Sligo;
  • Taaffe, John, Ballybrack, Dublin; 5,751 acres Sligo;
  • Tenison, Lt.-Col. Edward King, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum, Co. Roscommon, 1856; J.P. Cos. Leitrim and Sligo, High Sheriff, Lord Lieutenant Co. Leitrim, 1840-1856, M.P. Co. Leitrim, 1847-1852, Kilronan Castle, Keadue, Roscommon; 196 acres Dublin; 1,554 acres Leitrim, 16,915 acres Roscommon; 1,783 acres Sligo; 48 acres Westmeath;
  • Tottenham, Lieut. Col. Charles George, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wicklow, M.P. New Ross, 1863-68, Ballycurry, Ashford, Wicklow; 280 acres Carlow; 1,631 acres Sligo; 7,066 acres Wexford; 2,540 acres Wicklow;
  • Wood-Martin, Mrs. Anne, Woodville, Cleveragh and Bloomfield, Sligo; Esker, Galway; 1,207 acres Galway; 5,965 acres Sligo;
  • Wynne, Owen, J.P. and D.L. Co. Sligo, High Sheriff 1875, J.P. Co. Leitrim, Hazlewood, Sligo and Lurganboy Lodge, Manorhamilton, Leitrim; 15,436 acres Leitrim; 12,982 acres Sligo; Grenham
  • Young, Rev. John, Darraghmore, Dungannon, Tyrone; 4,291 acres Sligo;

Tipperary[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Tipperary

  • Armstrong, Rev. Anthony, Incumbent of Killoscully, Diocese of Cashel, Oakhampton, Newport, Tipperary; 504 acres Tipperary'
  • Armstrong, Edward Marcus, J.P. Co. Tipperary, Mealiffe, Thurles, Tipperary; 6,006 acres Tipperary;
  • Armstrong, Mrs. L., Farney Castle, Thurles, Tipperary; 896 acres Tipperary;
  • Armstrong, Mrs. Rose M., Southhall, London, England; 1,264 acres Tipperary;
  • Armstrong, William, J.P. Co. Waterford, Ballydavid, Passage East, Waterford; 413 acres Limerick; 2,260 acres Tipperary; 52 acres Waterford;
  • Ashtown, Lord, 2nd Baron, Frederick Mason Trench, J.P. and D.L. Co. Galway, High Sheriff, Woodlawn, Galway and Clonodfoy, Kilfinane, Limerick; 50 acres Dublin; 8,310 acres Galway; 2,780 acres Offaly (King's); 11,273 acres Limerick; 841 acres Roscommon; 4,526 acres Tipperary; 9,435 acres Waterford; 42 acres Westmeath;
  • Bagwell, John, Lecklash Castle, Fermoy, Tipperary; 662 acres Tipperary;
  • Bagwell, John, J.P. Co. Waterford, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, High Sheriff, 1834, Marlfield, Clonmel, Tipperary and Belgrave, Queenstown, Cork; 509 acres Cork; 351 acres Galway; 3,519 acres Tipperary; 778 acres Waterford; Grenham
  • Bagwell, John Taylor, Lisronagh, Clonmel, Tipperary; 547 acres Tipperary;
  • Bagwell-Purefoy, Col. Edward, Vice-Lieutenant, Co. Tipperary, High Sheriff, 1856, Greenfield, Cappawhite, Tipperary; 7,607 acres Tipperary;
  • Barker, William Ponsonby, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, High Sheriff 1844, Kilcooley Abbey, Johnstown, Kilkenny; 3,426 acres Limerick; 329 acres Kildare; 3,260 acres Kilkenny; 8,184 acres Tipperary;
  • Barry, Arthur Hugh Smith, J.P. and D.L. Co. Cork, Foaty, Queenstown, Cork and Marbury Hall, Norwich, Cheshire, England; 12,969 acres Cork and Cork City; 6,239 acres Louth; 8,620 acres Tipperary;
  • Barton, Lt.-Col. Christopher, Rochestown, Cahir, Tipperary; 1,764 acres Tipperary;
  • Barton, Samuel Henry, J.P. and D.L., Co. Tipperary, Grove, Fethard, Tipperary; 5,119 acres Tipperary;
  • Barton, Thomas Henry, J.P. Co. Tipperary, 22 Longford Terrace, Monkstown, Dublin; 679 acres Tipperary;
  • Bennett, John, High Sheriff, 1864, Grange, Clareen, Parsonstown, Offaly (King's); 1,032 acres Offaly (King's); 502 acres Cork; 30 acres Tipperary; 32 acres Wicklow;
  • Bennett, Mrs. Sophia, 116 George's Street, Limerick; 22 acres Offaly (King's); 1,680 acres Tipperary;
  • Bessborough, 5th Earl of, John George Brabazon Ponsonby, Bessborough House, Piltown, Kilkenny, 10,578 acres Carlow; 23,967 acres Kilkenny; 129 acres Tipperary; Bessborough Papers, Ponsonby Family, Earls of Bessborough, 1826-43 Collection List No. 25 pdf for the Bessborough Papers.
  • Bloomfield, Lord, 2nd Baron, John Arthur Doughlas, Ambassador at Vienna, 1860-71, D.L. Co. Tipperary, Ciamaltha, Newport, Tipperary; 9,912 acres Tipperary;
  • Bolton, George, Crown Solicitor, Co. Tipperary, Nenagh, Tipperary; 618 acres Kildare; 579 acres Offaly (King's), 303 acres Limerick; 4,301 acres Tipperary; 265 acres Laois (Queen's);
  • Bowen, Henry C., Dublin; 805 acres Tipperary'
  • Bowen, Robert Cole, J.P. Cos. Cork and Tipperary, High Sheriff, Co. Tipperary, Bowenscourt, Kildorrery, Cork; 1,680 acres Cork; 5,060 acres Tipperary;
  • Buckley, Nathaniel, Galtee Castle, Mitchelstown; 7,563 acres Limerick; 13,260 acres Tipperary;
  • Carden, Andrew, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, High Sheriff, 1873, Barnane, Templemore, Tipperary; 2,709 acres Tipperary;
  • Carden, Lt.-Col. Henry, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, Fishmoyne, Templemore, Tipperary; 893 acres Tipperary;
  • Carden, James N., Sussex House, Isle of Jersey; 839 acres Tipperary;
  • Carden, Sir John Craven, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, Templemore Abbey, Templemore, Tipperary; 7,856 acres Tipperary;
  • Caulfield, St. George, J.P. Co. Roscommon, Dunamon Castle, Roscommon; 4,604 acres Galway; 1,514 acres Kilkenny; 6,632 acres Roscommon; 824 acres Tipperary, 558 acres Tyrone;
  • Charteris, Lady Margaret, The Lodge, Cahir, Tipperary; 16,616 acres Tipperary;
  • Clarke, Charles, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, High Sheriff, Craiguenoe Park, Holycross, Tipperary; 2,740 acres Tipperary;
  • Clarke, David, J.P. Co. Tipperary, Park House, Macclesfield and Bushy Park, Borrisokane, Tipperary; 5,362 acres Tipperary; 760 acres Waterford;
  • Clarke, Jeremiah, Ballyglasheen, Tipperary; 2,011 acres Tipperary;
  • Clive, George, M.P., J.P. and D.L. Herefordshire, England, J.P. Co. Mayo, M.P. Hereford 1859-69, Ballycroy, Mayo and 13 Mansfield St., Perrystone, Ross, Herefordshire, England; 35,229 acres Mayo; 4,869 acres Tipperary;
  • Clonmel, 4th Earl of, John Hentry Reginald Scott, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kildare, Bishop's Court, Straffan, Kildare; 1,945 acres Carlow; 79 acres Dublin; 1,906 acres Kildare; 2,135 acres Kilkenny; 1,904 acres Limerick; 1,952 acres Monaghan; 11,098 acres Tipperary;
  • Commissioners, Cashel Town, 3,623 acres Tipperary;
  • Commissioners of Endowed Schools, Ireland, 1,275 acres Armagh; 943 acres Cavan; 7,837 acres Donegal; 3,961 acres Tyrone;
  • De Boisi, Count and Countess, 243 Boulevard, St. Germains, Paris (with Smyth, Lary John, 4 Rue D'Aboukir, Courbevoise, Paris), 2,502 acres Clare; 544 acres Kilkenny; 1,547 acres Limerick; 3,381 acres Tipperary;
  • De La Poer, The Count, Edmund, Count of the Holy Roman States, J.P. and D.L. Co. Waterford, M.P. Waterford, 1867-73, Gurteen, Kilsheelan, Tipperary; 76 acres Tipperary; 13,448 acres Waterford;
  • De Strafford-O'Brien, Henry, Cratloe Woods, Cratloe, Limerick; 11,105 acres Clare; 5,263 acres Limerick; 7,984 acres Tipperary;
  • Desart, Earl of, William Ulick O'Connor Cuffe, 4th Earl, Desart House, Kilkenny; 8,000 acres Kilkenny; 932 acres Tipperary;
  • Dickson, Col. William, 26 Portman Square, London, England; 8,559 acres Limerick; 513 acres Tipperary;
  • Donoughmore, 5th Earl of, John Luke George Hutchinson, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, J.P. Co. Waterford, Knocklofty, Clonmel, Tipperary; 1,972 acres Cork; 143 acres Dublin; 486 acres Kilkenny; 80 acres Louth; 373 acres Monaghan; 4,711 acres Tipperary; 2,878 acres Waterford; 1,307 acres Wexford;
  • Donovan, Richard, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wexford, High Sheriff, 1859, Ballymore, Camolin, Wexford; 297 acres Tipperary; 3,971 acres Wexford;
  • Dunalley, Lord, 3rd Baron, Henry Prittie, J.P. Co. Offaly (King's), J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, High Sheriff, Kilbog, Nenagh, Tipperary; 21,081 acres Tipperary;
  • Dunsandle and Clanconal, Lord (Denis St. George Daly, 2nd Baron): Dunsandle, Kiltolla, Galway, 33,543 acres Galway, 3,514 acres Tipperary;
  • Esmonde, Sir John, Bart., M.P. Co. Waterford, J.P. Cos. Waterford and Wexford, High Sheriff, 1867, High Sheriff Co. Wicklow, 1875, Ballynastragh, Gorey, Wexford; 629 acres Kilkenny; 389 acres Offaly (King's); 429 acres Longford; 717 acres Tipperary; 701 acres Waterford; 3,533 acres Wexford; 2,088 acres Wicklow;
  • Farrar, William Dent, Gurtalougha, Borrisokane, Tipperary; 8,297 acres Tipperary;
  • Fitzgibbon, Lady Louisa Isabella Georgina, Mountshannon, Lisnagry, Limerick; 10,316 acres Limerick; 3,178 acres Tipperary;
  • Gabbett, Rev. Joseph, M.A. Diocese of Limerick, Kilmallock, Limerick; 3,533 acres Limerick; 40 acres Tipperary;
  • Gibson, Capt. William, J.P. Cos. Laois (Queen's) and Tipperary, Rockforest, Roscrea, Tipperary; 5,214 acres Tipperary;
  • Going, Caleb, J.P. Tipperary, Traverstown, Nenagh, Tipperary; 2,590 acres Tipperary;
  • Going, John, Cregg House, Birdhill, Tipperary; 1,896 acres Tipperary;
  • Going, Samuel Murray, J.P. Co. Tipperary, Kiskeveen House, Littleton, Thurles, Tipperary; 2,522 acres Tipperary;
  • Going, William, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, Ballyphilip, Killenaule, Tipperary; 19 acres Kilkenny; 6,398 acres Tipperary;
  • Hankey, Lady Emily Arabel Georgiana, Knockeevan, Clonmel, Tipperary; Cliff House, Sandgate, Tipperary; 3,899 acres Tipperary;
  • Hare, John Pennefather, Durrow, Laois (Queen's); 188 acres Cork; 3,922 acres Tipperary;
  • Hare, Patrick, J.P. Co. Laois (Queen's), Durrow, Laois (Queen's); 600 acres;
  • Hawarden, 4th Viscount, Cornwallis Maude, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, 15,272 acres Tipperary;
  • Heard, Capt. Robert, J.P. Kinsale and Co. Cork, High Sheriff, 1870, Pallacetown, Kinsale, Cork; 2,005 acres Cork; 8,846 acres Tipperary;
  • Henry, Charles J., Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England; 3,870 acres Tipperary;
  • Hopkinson, Jonathan, Egypt; 3,799 acres Tipperary;
  • Humble, Sir John Nugent, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Waterford, High Sheriff, 1847, Cloncoskoran, Dungarvan, Waterford; 189 acres Tipperary; 6,435 acres Waterford;
  • Lalor, Thomas, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, High Sheriff, 1860, J.P. Co. Kilkenny, 2,873 acres Tipperary; 527 acres Waterford;
  • Langley, Henry
  • La Touche, William Robert, J.P. and D.L. Co. Leitrim; J.P. Co. Wicklow; High Sheriff Co. Leitrim 1866 and Co. Wicklow 1860; 8,234 acres Leitrim; 1,347 acres Tipperary; 1,798 acres Wicklow;
  • Leconfield, Lord 2nd Baron, Henry Wyndham, Petworth House, Sussex, England; 37,292 acres Clare, 6,269 acres Limerick, 273 acres Tipperary;
  • Lismore, 2nd, Viscount, George Ponsonby O’Callaghan, P.C., Shanbally Castle, Clogheen, Tipperary, 6,067 acres Cork, 1,194 acres Limerick, 34,945 acres Tipperary;
  • Lloyd, John, J.P. and D.L. Offaly (King's), High Sheriff, 1866; Gloster House, Roscrea, Offaly (King's); 4,536 acres Offaly (King's); 92 acres Tipperary;
  • Low, Francis Wise, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, High Sheriff, 1871, Kilshane, Tipperary; 182 acres Cork; 4,949 acres Tipperary;
  • Maher, Nicholas Valentine, J.P. Co. Tipperary, M.P. Co. Tipperary, 1844-52, Turtulla, Thurles, Tipperary; 4,452 acres Tipperary; Grenham
  • Mahony, Joseph, Clonmel, Tipperary; 551 acres Tipperary;
  • Massy, Francis, Suir Castle, Golden; 506 acres Tipperary;
  • Massy, John, J.P., Kingswell House, Tipperary; 1,303 acres Tipperary; 432 acres Limerick;
  • Massy, Lord, 5th Baron, John Thomas William Massy, J.P. and D.L. Co. Leitrim, High Sheriff 1863, 24,751 acres Leitrim; 8,568 acres Limerick; 1,120 acres Tipperary;
  • Massy, William, Bansha Castle, Tipperary; 169 acres Limerick; 992 acres Tipperary;
  • Massy-Dawson, George King Staunton, J.P. Co. Limerick, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, High Sheriff, 1854, Ballinacourte, Tipperary; 165 acres Limerick; 19,093 acres Tipperary;
  • Moore, Arthur John, M.P., M.P. Clonmell, 1874, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, Mooresfoot, Tipperary; 10,199 acres Tipperary;
  • Moore, Edward, Herbert Place, Dublin; 512 acres Tipperary;
  • Moore, Edward G., Windsor, Berkshire, England; 1,082 acres Tipperary;
  • Moore, Miss, Moorefoot, Tipperary; 510 acres Tipperary
  • Murdock, Robert, Crievelands, Ballybay, Monaghan and 36 Lower Leeson Street, Dublin; 68 acres Monaghan; 5,084 acres Tipperary;
  • Murdock, Sydney, 31 College Green, Dublin; 879 acres Tipperary;
  • Muskerry, Lord, 4th Baron, Hamilton Matthew Fitzmaurice Deane-Morgan, Springfield Castle, Drumcollogher, Co. Limerick; 28 acres Cork; 3,161 acres Limerick; 742 acres Tipperary; 912 acres Wexford;
  • Norbury, 4th Earl of, William Brabason Lindesay Toler, Valance, Westerham, Kent, England; 2,453 acres Clare; 1,024 acres Mayo; 1,006 acres Sligo; 7,798 acres Tipperary;
  • Normanton, 3rd Earl of, James Charles Herbert Welbore Ellis Agar, D.L. Wiltshire, England, M.P. Wilton, 1841-52, House of Peers, Lord Somerton, Somerly, Ringwood, Hampshire, England; 3,294 acres Kilkenny; 1,003 acres Limerick; 7,625 acres Tipperary;
  • Nugent, Lady, Ballinlough Castle, Delvin, Westmeath; 283 acres Meath; 2,033 acres Tipperary; 4,692 acres Westmeath;
  • O'Brien, Capt. Michael, Rockfield, Kilpeacon, Limerick; 77 acres Limerick; 619 acres Tipperary;
  • O'Connor, William, Ballykisteen, Cashel, Tipperary and Rockfield House, Blackrock, Dublin; 6,178 acres Tipperary;
  • Orkney, 2nd Earl of, Thomas John Hamilton Fitz-Maurice, J.P. and D.L. Berkshire, England, 3 Ennismore Place, Knightsbridge, London, England; 1,642 acres Kerry; 1,438 acres Laois (Queen's); 7,877 acres Tipperary;
  • Ormonde, 3rd Marquis of, James Edward William Theobald Butler, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kilkenny, Kilkenny Castle, Kilkenny; 12,039 acres Kilkenny; 15,765 acres Tipperary;
  • Otway, James L., 23 Pembroke Road, Dublin; 1,056 acres Tipperary;
  • Otway, Rear Admiral Robert Jocelyn, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, Castle Otway, Templemore, Tipperary; 4,362 acres Tipperary;
  • Palliser, John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Waterford, High Sheriff, Comragh House, Kilmathomas, Waterford; Derryluskan, Fethard, Tipperary; 467 acres Kildare; 3,561 acres Tipperary; 9,825 acres Waterford;
  • Parker, Anthony, J.P. Co. Tipperary, High Sheriff, 1876, Castlelough, Killaloe, Limerick; 60 acres Clare; 643 acres Cork; 3,806 acres Tipperary;
  • Parker, John, Brookfield, Borrisokane, Tipperary; 1,711 acres Tipperary;
  • Parker, William, Landstown, Portross, Tipperary; 647 acres Tipperary;
  • Perry, Samuel, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, Woodroofe, Clonmel, Tipperary; 2,768 acres Tipperary;
  • Perry, William, Newcastle, Clonmel; 5,583 acres Tipperary;
  • Portarlington, 3rd Earl of, Henry John Reuben Dawson Damer, J.P. and D.L. Laois (Queen's) Co., Emopark, Portarlington; 1,126 acres Offaly (King's); 11,149 Laois (Queen's); 2,897 acres Tipperary;
  • Power, Sir Richard Crampton, J.P. Co. Kilkenny, High Sheriff, Kilfane, Thomastown, Kilkenny; 2,650 acres Kilkenny; 2,850 acres Tipperary; 266 acres Waterford; 367 acres Wicklow;
  • Quin, Lord George, D.L. Co. Cavan, Quinsborough, Sixmilebridge, Clare; 2,850 acres Clare; 889 acres Limerick; 3,078 acres Tipperary;
  • Quin, Mrs. M., Shanakiel, Carrick-on-Suir, Tipperary; 528 acres Tipperary; 5,686 acres Waterford;
  • Roe, George, 5 Frederick Strasse, Heidelberg, Baden, Germany; 630 acres Tipperary;
  • Roe, Robert, J.P. Co. Tipperary, Loran Park, Roscrea, Tipperary; 214 acres Limerick; 4,972 acres Tipperary;
  • Rosse, 4th Earl of, Lawrence Parsons J.P. and D.L. Offaly (King's), High Sheriff, 1867, J.P. Co. Tipperary, Birr Castle, Parsonstown, Offaly (King's); 22,513 acres Offaly (King's); 2,633 acres Tipperary;
  • Scully, James, 30 Elgin Road, Dublin; 2,662 acres Tipperary;
  • Scully, Jerome James, J.P. Co. Tipperary, Silverfort, Cashel, Tipperary; 349 acres Kilkenny; 231 acres Tipperary;
  • Scully, Rodolph, Lower Fitzwilliam Street, Dublin; 62 acres Limerick; 2,695 acres Tipperary;
  • Scully, Vincent, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, High sheriff, 1870, 13 Merrion Square, Dublin and Mantlehill House, Golden, Cashel, Tipperary; 5,599 acres Tipperary;
  • Scully, William, Ballinaclough, Golden, Tipperary; 1,354 acres Tipperary;
  • Smith, E.V., Reps of, France; 1,409 acres Tipperary;
  • Smith, John L., France; 4,534 acres Tipperary;
  • Smyth, Lary John, Paris - see De Boisi, Count and Countess
  • Spaight, William, J.P. Co. Clare and Tipperary, Derry Castle, Killaloe, Clare; 315 acres Clare; 4,597 acres Tipperary;
  • Spain, Charles, Nenagh, Tipperary; 685 acres Tipperary;
  • Sullivan, Michael, J.P. Co. Kilkenny, High Sheriff, 1870, M.P. Co. Tipperary 1847-1865, Lackan Hall, Kilkenny; 3,797 acres Kilkenny; 585 acres Tipperary;
  • Tighe, Frederick E.B., J.P. Co. Wicklow, Mount Hubert, Bray; 3,036 acres Kilkenny; 570 acres Tipperary;
  • Tighe, Right Hon. William Fred. Fownes P.C., J.P. Cos. Carlow, Westmeath, and Wexford, High Sheriff Co. Kilkenny 1823 and Co. Carlow, 1839, Woodstock, Inistiogue, Kilkenny; 3,909 acres Carlow; 12,046 acres Kilkenny; 5,500 acres Westmeath; 591 acres Wexford; 1,183 acres Tipperary; National Library Mss. 871 Rentals (1814-1827)
  • Toler, Hon. Otway Fortescue Graham, Brookham House, Leatherhead, Surrey, England (and res. London); 4,524 acres Offaly (King's); 3,076 acres Laois (Queen's); 8,789 acres Tipperary; 142 acres Westmeath;
  • Trench, Francis, England; 577 acres Tipperary;
  • Trench, Henry, J.P. Co. Tipperary and Offaly (King's), High Sheriff, 1842, Cangort Park, Roscrea, Tipperary; 704 acres Clare; 1,581 acres Galway; 2,113 acres Offaly (King's); 1,926 acres Limerick; 432 acres Roscommon; 4,707 acres Tipperary;
  • Vaughan, William Peisley Hutchinson Lloyd, J.P. and D.L. Offaly (King's), High Sherif, J.P. Tipperary, Golden Grove, Roscrea, Tipperary; 3,748 acres Offaly (King's); 498 acres Tipperary;
  • Waldron, Lawrence, Ballybrack, Killiney, Dublin and Helen Park, Killenaule, Tipperary; 188 acres Carlow; 11 acres Dublin; 460 acres Kilkenny; 837 acres Mayo; 570 acres Roscommon; 4,060 acres Tipperary;
  • Waller, Rev. John Thomas, Rector of Kilcornan Parish, Diocese of Limerick, Castletown Manor, Pallaskenry, Limerick; 6,636 acres Limerick;
  • Waterpark, Lord, 4th Baron, Henry Anson Cavendish, J.P. and D.L. Derbyshire, England, J.P. Staffordshire, England, Doveridge Hall, Derbyshire, England; 3,465 acres Tipperary;
  • White, Hon. Charles William, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Clare, 1872, M.P. Co. Tipperary, 1866-75, Cahercon, Killadysert and Annaly Lodge, Broadford, Clare; 18,266 acres Clare, 5,731 acres Tipperary;
  • White, Edmund, Fort Etna, Patrick's Well, Limerick; 521 acres Limerick; 626 acres Tipperary;
  • White, John, John Street, Cashel, Tipperary; 539 acres Tipperary;
  • White, Robert P., 12 Oakland Villas, Rathgar, Dublin; 1,104 acres Laois (Queen's); 187 acres Tipperary;
  • White, Robert William, J.P. Co. Tipperary, Spring Mount, Golden, Cashel, Tipperary; 1,021 acres Tipperary;
  • White, William, Pembroke Street, Dublin; 659 acres Tipperary;
  • White, William, R.N., Hong Kong, China; 909 acres Tipperary;

Tyrone[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Tyrone

Public Record Office, Northern Ireland eCatalogue Type in the PRONI Ref: following the description listed below.

  • Abercorn, 1st Duke of, James Hamilton, K.G., P.C., Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Donegal, 1844, Hampden House, Green St., London; 15,942 acres Donegal, 47,615 acres Tyrone; Roulston and Grenham
  • Archdale, Captain Mervyn Edward, Castle Archdale, Lisnarick, Fermanagh, 27,410 acres Fermanagh, 5,605 acres Tyrone; Castle Archdale.
  • Balfour, Blayney Townley, J.P. and D.L. Co. Louth, High Sheriff 1841, Townley Hall, Drogheda, Louth; 645 acres Armagh; 3139 acres Louth; 1,453 acres Meath; 1,623 acres Westmeath; 76 acres Tyrone;
  • Belmore, 4th Earl of, Somerset Richard Lowry Corry, Castlecoole, Enniskillen, 4,990 acres Fermanagh, 14,359 acres Tyrone; Belmore : the Lowry Corrys of Castle Coole, 1646-1913, Castle Coole Fermanagh - Earl of Belmore. Roulston and Grenham
  • Black, William Fleming, J.P. Co. Tyrone, High Sheriff, Lislap, Omagh, Tyrone; 867 acres Mayo; 3,082 acres Tyrone;
  • Browne, Thomas Richardson, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tyrone, High Sheriff, Aughentane Castle, Fivemiletown, Tyrone; 10,125 acres Tyrone;
  • Caledon, Earl of, James Alexander, Caledon, Tyrone, 29,236 acres Tyrone; PRONI eCatalogue entry Caledon Papers Roulston and Grenham
  • Castle Stewart, Stuart, Earl of, near Stewartstown, PRONI eCatalogue entry The Castle Stewart Papers Roulston
  • Caulfield, St. George, J.P. Co. Roscommon, Dunamon Castle, Roscommon; 4,604 acres Galway; 1,514 acres Kilkenny; 6,632 acres Roscommon; 824 acres Tipperary, 558 acres Tyrone;
  • Charlemont, Earl of, K.P. Caulfield, James Molyneux, Castle Caulfield, 20,695 acres, Armagh; 222 acres, Dublin; and 5,903 acres, Tyrone; PRONI eCatalogue entry Leases of the Earl of Charlemont Family History Library microfilm 258,606, item 9; DGS 8683735 Roulston and Grenham
  • Commissioners of Education, Endowed Schools, Ireland, 1,275 acres Armagh; 943 acres Cavan; 7,837 acres Donegal; 3,961 acres Tyrone;
  • De Bille, Mrs. Louisa Elizabeth, Slaghtfreedan Lodge, Lissan, Tyrone and Ashburton House, Putney Heath, London; 12,680 acres Tyrone;
  • Dorchester, Lord, 4th Baron, Dudley Wilmot Carleton, Greywell Hall, Odiham, Hampshire, England; 628 acres Meath; 12,607 acres Tyrone;
  • Eccles, John Stewart, D.L. Co. Tyrone, Ecclesville, Fintona, Tyrone; 9,227 acres Tyrone; Family History Library microfilm Roulston and Grenham
  • Ellis, George, M.D., 91 Lower Leeson St. Dublin; 627 acres Leitrim; 584 acres Roscommon; 103 acres Tyrone;
  • Ferrall, Capt. John Jervois O'Ferrall Carmichael; J.P. Cos. Longford and Tyrone, Augher Castle, Augher, Tyrone; 11 acres Dublin City; 666 acres Roscommon; 236 acres Tyrone;
  • Galbraith, John A., Greenmount, Seaskinore, Tyrone, 1,128 acres Tyrone;
  • Galbraith, John Samuel, J.P. Co. Longford, High Sheriff, 1874, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tyrone, High Sheriff, 1875, Clonabogan, Omagh, Tyrone; 2,254 acres Longford; 3,826 acres Tyrone;
  • Gardiner, Charles, Reps. of, Court of Chancery, 5,506 acres Tyrone;
  • Gervais, Francis John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tyrone, High Sheriff, 1846, Cecil, Augher, Tyrone; 252 acres Monaghan; 7,727 acres Tyrone; Roulston
  • Goff, Joseph, the late, D.L. Co. Tyrone, Hale Park, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England; 791 acres Offaly (King's); 3,424 acres Kerry; 5,433 acres Tyrone; Grenham
  • Gordon, Robert Francis, J.P. and D.L. Co. Down, J.P. Co. Antrim, High Sheriff, Co. Down, 1872 and Co. Tyrone, Delamont, Killyleagh, Tyrone and Florida Manor, Killinchy, Down; 4,768 acres Down; 8,806 acres Tyrone;
  • Greer, Edward, Omagh, Tyrone; 515 acres Tyrone;
  • Greer, Frederick, Tullylagan, Tullyhogue, Dungannon, Tyrone; 1,192 acres Tyrone;
  • Greer, Col. Henry Harper, D.L. Tyrone, Grange House, Moy, Tyrone; 516 acres Tyrone;
  • Greer, James, J.P. Co. Tyrone, Crown Solicitor Co. Antrim and the town of Carrickfergus, Mullamore, Omagh, Tyrone; 6,905 acres Tyrone
  • Greer, Robert Smyly, Camus, Strabane, Tyrone; 812 acres Tyrone;
  • Greer, Thomas, J.P. Co. Antrim and Carrickfergus, High Sheriff, Carrickfergus, 1871 and Co. Tyrone, 1876, Sea Park, Carrickfergus, Tyrone; 68 acres Antrim (Carrickfergus Town); 883 acres Tyrone;
  • Gunning, James, Laymount, Cookstown, Tyrone; 5,950 acres Tyrone;
  • Hamilton, Major Arthur Willoughby Cole, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tyrone, High Sheriff, J.P. Co. Derry (Londonderry), Beltrim Castle, Gortin, Newtown Stewart, Tyrone; 16,682 acres Tyrone;
  • Hamilton, James, Cork; 1,804 acres Tyrone;
  • Hamilton, John James, Bart., D.L. Middlesex, England, M.P. Sudbury, 1837-8, High Sheriff Co. Carmarthen, Wales, 1857, High Sheriff, Co. Tyrone, 1860, 6 Portman Square; 1,283 acres Tyrone;
  • Hamilton, Rev. Robert, Dundalk, Louth; 1,596 acres Tyrone;
  • Hamilton, Major Robert Sanderson, J.P. Co. Tyrone, Lakemount, Omagh, Tyrone; 100 acres Fermanagh; 1,240 acres Tyrone;
  • Hamilton, Thomas, J.P. Co. Tyrone, Grange Park, Moy, Tyrone; 1,240 acres Donegal; 1,960 acres Tyrone;
  • Henry, Robert J., Castledawson, Derry (Londonderry); 4,361 acres Tyrone;
  • Hope, Thomas Arthur, J.P. Cheshire, England, Wavertree, Lancashire, England; 13,995 acres Tyrone;
  • Humphreys, John, Miltown House, Strabane, Tyrone; 3,193 acres Tyrone;
  • Leslie, Sir John, Bart., M.P., M.P. Co. Monaghan, 1871; J.P. and D.L. Co. Monaghan; J.P. Co. Donegal, Glasslough, Monaghan, 1,375 acres Cavan, 28,827 acres Donegal, 1,768 acres Down, 877 acres Fermanagh, 2,344 acres Meath, 13,674 acres Monaghan, 1,103 acres Tyrone; Roulston - see Monaghan
  • Lowry, James Corry Jones, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tyrone, High Sheriff, 1874, Rochdale, Dungannon, Tyrone; 3,549 acres Tyrone;
  • Lowry, Robert William, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tyrone, High Sheriff, 1849, Pomeroy House, Dungannon, Tyrone; 8,158 acres Tyrone; Grenham
  • M'Alpine, Colonel James, Dublin; 4,727 acres Tyrone;
  • M'Causland, Alexander, Drumnakilly House, Omagh, Tyrone; 4,295 acres Tyrone;
  • M'Cay, John, Castlederg, Tyrone; 621 acres Tyrone;
  • McClintock, Major George Perry, J.P Co. Derry (Londonderry); J.P. and D.L. Co. Tyrone, High Sheriff, Seskinore House, Omagh, Tyrone; 4,553 acres Tyrone;
  • MacMahon, Sir William Samuel, Bart., Fecarry House, Mountfield, Omagh, Tyrone; 4,671 acres Clare; 16,326 acres Tyrone;
  • Maturin, Daniel Baird, 4,900 acres Tyrone;
  • Montgomery, Hugh de Fellenburgh, J.P. and D.L. Co. Fermanagh, High Sheriff, 1871, J.P. Co. Tyrone, Blessingbourne, Fivemiletown, Tyrone; 7,996 acres Fermanagh; 4,452 acres Tyrone; Roulston and Grenham
  • Moore, Mrs. Catherine, Derry (Londonderry); 533 acres Tyrone;
  • Moore, Mrs. Mary Jane, Derry (Londonderry); 533 acres Tyrone;
  • Moore, James, J.P. Co. Tyrone, Dalchoolan, Craigavad, Belfast, Antrim; 706 acres Antrim; 47 acres Down; 1,300 acres Tyrone;
  • Moore, J. B. Gunning, J.P. Co. Tyrone, Loymont, Cookstown, Tyrone; 3,440 acres Tyrone;
  • Moutray, Henry, 1,620 acres Tyrone;
  • Moutray, Rev. Robert James, Rector of Errigal-Keerogue, Diocese of Armagh, Favour Royal, Augnacloy, Tyrone; 48 acres Monaghan; 6,545 acres Tyrone; Roulston
  • Moutray, Whitney, J. P. Cos. Monaghan and Tyrone, Fort Singleton, Emyvale, Monaghan; 349 acres Monaghan; 106 acres Tyrone;
  • Ogilby, Claud William Leslie, Altnachree Castle, Donemana, Tyrone; 7,050 acres Tyrone; Grenham
  • Porter, Rev. John Grey, Rector of Kilskery, Co. Tyrone and Thomas S. Porter: Lisnaskea, Fermanagh, 11,015 acres Fermanagh, 5,024 acres Longford, 3,468 acres Tyrone; PRONI Ref. D3961 1828-1950.
  • Ranfurly, 4th Earl of, Uchter John Mark Knox, House of Peers, Baron Ranfurly, Dungannon Park, Dungannon, Tyrone; 506 acres Fermanagh; 9,467 acres Tyrone; Roulston and Grenham
  • Rathdonnell, Lord, 1st Baron, John M'Clintock, D.L. Co. Fermanagh, High Sheriff Co. Louth 1840, M.P. 1857-59, 490 acres Dublin; 4,119 acres Fermanagh; 2,695 acres Kildare; 3,188 acres Louth, 429 acres Meath; 1,226 acres Monaghan; 1,118 acres Tyrone;
  • Sinclair, James, Dundarg, Coleraine, Derry (Londonderry); 2,276 acres Donegal; 3,247 acres Tyrone;
  • Sinclair, William, J.P. and D.L. Co. Donegal, High Sheriff, 1854, J.P. Co. Tyrone, Drumbeg, Donegal and Holly Hill, Strabane, Tyrone, 5,947 acres Donegal; 2,152 acres Tyrone;
  • Smith, Michael, Glasgow, Scotland; 10,967 acres Tyrone;
  • Stack, George Hall, J.P. Co. Tyrone; Mullamore, Omagh, Tyrone; 3,134 acres Tyrone;
  • Staples, Sir Alexander Nathaniel, Bart., J.P. Co. Tyrone, Lissan, Cookstown, Tyrone; 1,457 acres Dublin; 990 acres Derry (Londonderry); 3,078 acres Tyrone; Roulston
  • Stewart, Hon. A.G., 1,082 acres Tyrone;
  • Stewart, Alexander G., 2,097 acres Tyrone;
  • Stewart, Rev. George, 832 acres Tyrone;
  • Stewart, John, Dublin; 1,453 acres Tyrone;
  • Stewart, Captain John Donald Hamill, Ballyatwood, Down; 582 acres Antrim; 870 acres Tyrone;
  • Stewart, Sir John Marcus, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Tyrone, High Sheriff, 1858, Ballygowley House, Ballygowley and Finn Coul Lodge, Tyrone; 629 acres Galway; 27,905 acres Tyrone;
  • Stewart, Thomas Blakeney Lyon, Whitegate House, Middleton, Cork; 1,510 acres Limerick; 199 acres Tyrone;
  • Stronge, Colonel Sir Jas. Matthew, Bart., M.P. Co. Armagh, 1864-74, J.P. and D.L. Co. Armagh, High Sheriff, 1864, Tynan Abbey, Tynan, Armagh and Mulnaver, Drumquin, Tyrone, 4,404 acres Armagh; 124 acres Derry (Londerry); 8,426 acres Tyrone;
  • Stuart, Venerable Archdeacon, Bandon, Cork; 1,280 acres Tyrone;
  • Tredennick, William, Fortwilliam, Ballyshannon, Donegal; 2,779 acres Donegal; 4,546 acres Roscommon; 400 acres Tyrone;
  • Verner, Sir William Edward Hercules, Bart., Churchill, Verner's Bridge, Moy, Tyrone; 5,436 acres Armagh, 2,526 acres Monaghan, 16,042 acres Tyrone; 140 acres Wicklow; Roulston

Waterford[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Waterford

  • Armstrong, William, J.P. Co. Waterford, Ballydavid, Passage East, Waterford; 413 acres Limerick; 2,260 acres Tipperary; 52 acres Waterford;
  • Ashtown, Lord, 2nd Baron, Frederick Mason Trench, J.P. and D.L. Co. Galway, High Sheriff, Woodlawn, Galway and Clonodfoy, Kilfinane, Limerick; 50 acres Dublin; 8,310 acres Galway; 2,780 acres Offaly (King's); 11,273 acres Limerick; 841 acres Roscommon; 4,526 acres Tipperary; 9,435 acres Waterford; 42 acres Westmeath;
  • Bagge, John Henry, J.P. Co. Waterford, High Sheriff, 1876, Ardmore House, Youghal, Waterford; 3,016 acres Waterford;
  • Bagwell, John, J.P. Co. Waterford, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, High Sheriff, 1834, Marlfield, Clonmel, Tipperary and Belgrave, Queenstown, Cork; 509 acres Cork; 351 acres Galway; 3,519 acres Tipperary; 778 acres Waterford;
  • Barron, Mrs. Catherine, Faha, Kilmacthomas, Waterford' 1,274 acres Waterford;
  • Barron, Sir Henry Page Turner, Bart., British Embassy, Brussels and Baroncourt, Waterford; 6,281 acres Waterford;
  • Barron, John Marcus, J.P. Waterford, Georgestown, Kilmacthomas, Waterford; 1,148 acres Waterford;
  • Barron, Pierce Marcus, J.P. and D.L. City of Waterford, J.P. Co. Waterford, High Sheriff, Belmount Park, Ferrybank, and Shanaclune, Waterford; 231 acres Down; 858 acres Waterford;
  • Barron, William Newell, J.P. Co. Down, Kinghill House, Newry, Down; 340 acres Down; 907 acres Waterford;
  • Barry, James, J.P. and D.L. Cos. Cork and Waterford, Moycollop Castle, Lismore and Ballyclough, Fermoy, Waterford; 3,910 acres Cork; 6,955 acres Waterford;
  • Carew, Lord, K.P., Robert Shapland Carew, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Wexford, 1856, J.P. Co. Waterford, High Sheriff Cos. Waterford and Wexford, M.P. Co. Waterford, 1840-47, Castleborough, Enniscorthy, Wexford; 1,098 acres Laois (Queen's); 1,953 acres Waterford; 17,830 acres Wexford;
  • Chearnley, Richard A., J.P. and D.L. Co. Waterford, High Sheriff, 1871, Salterbridge, Cappoquin, Waterford; 18,165 acres Waterford; Grenham
  • Christmas, Octavia, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England; 579 acres Kilkenny; 4,026 acres Waterford;
  • Clarke, David, J.P. Co. Tipperary, Park House, Macclesfield and Bushy Park, Borrisokane, Tipperary; 5,362 acres Tipperary; 760 acres Waterford;
  • Clements, Henry Theophilus, J.P. and D.L. Co. Cavan, High Sheriff 1849, Ashfield, Cootehill, Cavan; 3,908 acres Cavan, 752 acres Leitrim; 174 acres Waterford; Clements Estate, Co. Cavan 1774-1844.
  • College of Physicians, King's and Queen's, 6 Kildare Street, Dublin; 3,418 acres Waterford;
  • Dartrey, 1st Earl of, Richard Dawson, K.P., Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum, Co. Monaghan, Dartrey House, Dawson Grove, Monaghan; 1,565 acres Armagh; 1,578 acres Louth; 17,345 acres Monaghan; 7,985 acres Waterford; PRONI Introduction to the Dartrey Papers Roulston and Grenham
  • De La Poer, The Count, Edmund, Count of the Holy Roman States, J.P. and D.L. Co. Waterford, M.P. Waterford, 1867-73, Gurteen, Kilsheelan, Tipperary; 76 acres Tipperary; 13,448 acres Waterford;
  • Devonshire, 7th Duke of, William Cavendish, K.G., F.R.S., LL.D., M.P. Cambridge University 1829-30, Malton, 1831, and North Derbyshire, England, 1832-34, 78 Piccadilly, Bolton Abbey, Yorkshire, England; 32,550 acres Cork, 3 acres Tipperary, 27,483 acres Waterford;
  • Doneraile, 4th Viscount, Hayes St. Leger, 33 Grosvenor Street, London, England; 8,374 acres Cork; 6,584 acres Waterford;
  • Donoughmore, 5th Earl of, John Luke George Hutchinson, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, J.P. Co. Waterford, Knocklofty, Clonmel, Tipperary; 1,972 acres Cork; 143 acres Dublin; 486 acres Kilkenny; 80 acres Louth; 373 acres Monaghan; 4,711 acres Tipperary; 2,878 acres Waterford; 1,307 acres Wexford;
  • Esmonde, Sir John, Bart., M.P. Co. Waterford, J.P. Cos. Waterford and Wexford, High Sheriff, 1867, High Sheriff Co. Wicklow, 1875, Ballynastragh, Gorey, Wexford; 629 acres Kilkenny; 389 acres Offaly (King's); 429 acres Longford; 717 acres Tipperary; 701 acres Waterford; 3,533 acres Wexford; 2,088 acres Wicklow;
  • Fox, George Lane, J.P. and D.L. Co. Leitrim and West Yorkshire, High Sheriff, Bramham Park, Beverly, Yorkshire; 18,850 acres Leitrim; 5,219 acres Waterford; Grenham
  • Hatton, Lt.-Colonel Villiers La Touche, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wexford, High Sheriff, Beachborough, Hythe, Kent, England; 647 acres Waterford; 3,361 acres Wexford;
  • Humble, Sir John Nugent, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Waterford, High Sheriff, 1847, Cloncoskoran, Dungarvan, Waterford; 189 acres Tipperary; 6,435 acres Waterford;
  • Huntington, 14th Earl of, Francis Power Plantagenet Hastings, Shanavogue, Roscrea, Offaly (King's), 3,694 acres Galway, 6,450 acres Waterford, 3,379 acres Offaly (King's);
  • Keane, Sir John Henry, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Waterford, High Sheriff, 1856, Cappoquin House, Cappoquin, Waterford; 8,909 acres Waterford;
  • Kennedy, Sir Charles Edward Bayly, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Cos. Dublin and Waterford, High Sheriff, 1843, J.P. Co. Kildare, Johnston Kennedy, Rathcoole, Dublin and Curraheen, Dungarvan, Waterford; 1,447 acres Dublin; 6,680 acres Waterford;
  • Lalor, Thomas, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, High Sheriff, 1860, J.P. Co. Kilkenny, 2,873 acres Tipperary; 527 acres Waterford;
  • Mansfield, George Patrick Lattin, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kildare, High Sheriff, 1851; Morristown, Lattin, Naas; 4,542 acres Kildare; 1,097 acres Waterford;
  • Mining Company of Ireland, The, 30 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin; 11 acres Tipperary; 102 acres Waterford; 4,409 acres Wicklow;
  • Musgrave, Sir Richard John, Tourin, Cappoquin, and Mount Rivers, Waterford; 124 acres Kilkenny; 8,282 acres Waterford;
  • Odell, Edward George Herbert, J.P. Co. Waterford, Carriglea, Dungarvan, Waterford; 3,192 acres Waterford;
  • O'Keeffe, John, M.P. Dungarvan, 1874, J.P. Co. Waterford, High Sheriff, 1863, Ballylemon Lodge, Dungarvan, Mountain Castle, Cappoquin, Waterford; 4,837 acres Waterford;
  • Osborne, Mrs. Catherine Isabella, Newtown, Anner, Clonmel, Tipperary; 12,242 acres Waterford;
  • O'Shee, Nicholas Richard Power, J.P. and D.L. Co. Waterford, High Sheriff, 1861, Gardenmorris, Kil, Piltown, Kilkenny; 2,417 acres Kilkenny; 4,995 acres Waterford;
  • Palliser, John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Waterford, High Sheriff, Comragh House, Kilmathomas, Waterford; Derryluskan, Fethard, Tipperary; 467 acres Kildare; 3,561 acres Tipperary; 9,825 acres Waterford;
  • Power, Mrs. Eliza, Tramore, Waterford; 634 acres Waterford;
  • Power, Joseph O'Neill, J.P. Co. Kilkenny, Snowhill, Waterford; 3,788 acres Kilkenny; 4,524 acres Waterford;
  • Power, Patrick Joseph, J.P. and D.L. Co. Waterford, Woolands, Waterford; 4,699 acres Waterford;
  • Power, Patrick William, J.P. Co. Waterford; Pembrokestown, Tramore, Waterford; 1,184 acres Waterford;
  • Power, Pierce, Carrickbeg, Carrick-on-Suir, Tipperary; 225 acres Tipperary; 3,193 acres Waterford;
  • Power, Sir Richard Crampton, J.P. Co. Kilkenny, High Sheriff, Kilfane, Thomastown, Kilkenny; 2,650 acres Kilkenny; 2,850 acres Tipperary; 266 acres Waterford; 367 acres Wicklow;
  • Power, Samuel Browning, J.P. Glamorganshire, Wales, Lismore House, Swansea, Wales; 507 acres Waterford;
  • Quin, Mrs. M., Shanakiel, Carrick-on-Suir, Tipperary; 528 acres Tipperary; 5,686 acres Waterford;
  • Smyth, Hon. Charles William Moore, J.P. and D.L. Co. Waterford, High Sheriff, Ballinatray, Youghal, Cork; 272 acres Limerick; 7,124 acres Waterford;
  • Smyth, Percy, Headborough, Tallow, Waterford; 23 acres Cork; 3,218 acres Waterford;
  • Stuart de Decies, Lord, 2nd Baron, Henry Villiers-Stuart, J.P. and D.L. Co. Waterford, Dromana, Cappoquin, Waterford; 2,295 acres Kildare; 7,280 acres Waterford;
  • Waterford, 5th Marquis of K.P., Lord Lieutenant and Custus Rotulorum of Co. and City of Waterford, 1874, Curraghmore, Portlaw, Waterford; 305 acres Cavan; 55 acres Kildare; 406 acres Kilkenny; 39,883 acres Waterford; 26,035 acres Wicklow;
  • Woodroofe, William Morton, J.P. Co. Waterford, Ballysaggartmore, Lismore, Waterford; 4,435 acres Waterford;

Westmeath[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Westmeath

  • Armstrong, John H., Killclare, Clara, Offaly (King's); 238 acres Offaly (King's); 305 acres Westmeath;
  • Ashtown, Lord, 2nd Baron, Frederick Mason Trench, J.P. and D.L. Co. Galway, High Sheriff, Woodlawn, Galway and Clonodfoy, Kilfinane, Limerick; 50 acres Dublin; 8,310 acres Galway; 2,780 acres Offaly (King's); 11,273 acres Limerick; 841 acres Roscommon; 4,526 acres Tipperary; 9,435 acres Waterford; 42 acres Westmeath;
  • Balfour, Blayney Townley, J.P. and D.L. Co. Louth, High Sheriff 1841, Townley Hall, Drogheda, Louth; 645 acres Armagh; 3139 acres Louth; 1,453 acres Meath; 1,623 acres Westmeath; 76 acres Tyrone;
  • Bayly, Colonel Edward Symes, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wicklow, High Sheriff, 1837, Ballyarthur, Ovoca, Wicklow; 659 acres Westmeath; 3,026 acres Wicklow;
  • Blackall, Major Robert, J.P. and D.L. Co. Longford, J.P. Co. Leitrim, Coolamber, Lisryan, Longford; 1,805 acres Leitrim; 4,643 acres Longford; 27 acres Westmeath;
  • Bond, William Perry, Ardglass, Rathowen, Westmeath; 77 acres Longford; 2,292 acres Westmeath;
  • Bond, Willoughby, J.P. Co. Longford, High Sheriff, Farra, Longford; 5,977 acres Longford; 1,525 acres Meath; 1,057 acres Westmeath;
  • Castlemaine, Lord, 4th Baron, Richard Handcock, J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, Moydrum Castle and The Hare Island, Athlone, Westmeath; 597 acres Roscommon; 11,444 acres Westmeath;
  • Chapman, Sir Benjamin, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1856, M.P. Co. Westmeath, 1841-47, Killua Castle, Clonmellon, Westmeath; 241 acres Meath; 3,600 acres Mayo; 9,516 acres Westmeath;
  • Chapman, William, J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1834, South Hill, Delvin, Westmeath; 1,386 acres Meath; 2,664 acres Mayo; 4,707 acres Westmeath;
  • Cooke, Adolphus, Cookesborough, Mullingar, Westmeath; 4,557 acres Westmeath;
  • Dillon, 14th Viscount, Theobald Dominick Geoggrey Dillon-Lee, J.P. and D.L. Co. Mayo, Loughglynn House, Castlerea, Roscommon and Ditchley Park, Charlbury, Oxfordshire, England; 83,749 acres Mayo; 5,435 acres Roscommon; 136 acres Westmeath;
  • Ennis, Sir John, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Dublin, High Sheriff, 1840, J.P. Cos. Offaly (King's) and Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1837, M.P. Athlone, 1857-65, Ballinahoun Court, Athlone, Westmeath; 326 acres Dublin; 262 acres Roscommon; 8,774 acres Westmeath;
  • Farrell, John Arthur, J.P. and D.L. Co. Meath, High Sheriff, 1857; J.P. Co. Cavan, Archerstown, Killucan, Westmeath; 4,084 acres Meath; 406 acres Westmeath;
  • Fetherston-Haugh, Cicil Howard Digby, Bracklyn Castle, Killucan, Westmeath; 4,711 acres Westmeath;
  • Fetherstone-Haugh, Godfrey, 18 North Great George's Street, Dublin and Glanmore, Crossmolina, Mayo; 9,261 acres Mayo; 1,0016 acres Westmeath;
  • Fetherstone-Haugh, Rev. John, Griffinstown, Kinnegad, Westmeath; 2,234 acres Westmeath;
  • Fetherstone-Haugh, Richard Steele, J.P. and D.L. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1847, Rockview, Killucan, Westmeath; 439 acres Meath; 2,709 acres Westmeath;
  • Fetherstone-Haugh, Rupert Pennefather, J.P. and D.L. Dorset, England, Balrath, Westmeath and Moreton House, Dorchester, Dorset, England; 923 acres Westmeath;
  • Gradwell, Richard, J.P. Co. Meath, High Sheriff, Drogheda, 1858; Dowth Hall, Drogheda, Meath; 845 acres Meath; 3,169 acres Westmeath;
  • Greville, Lord, 1st Baron, Fulke Southwell Greville Nugent, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Westmeath, 1871; J.P. Cos. Cavan, Longford, Monaghan, Roscommon and Hertfordshire [England], High Sheriff, 1850, 1,970 acres Cavan; 451 acres Cork; 1,236 acres Longford; 3,990 acres Roscommon; 9,783 acres Westmeath;
  • Grogan, Sir Edward, Bart., D.L. and M.P. Dublin City, 1841-1865, Ballintyre, Dundrum and 10 Harcourt Street, Dublin; 3,207 acres Offaly (King's); 1,950 acres Westmeath; 1,333 acres Wexford;
  • Grogan, William, J.P. Co. Wicklow, Slaney Park, Baltinglass, Wicklow; 1,596 acres Westmeath; 3,761 acres Wicklow;
  • Harlech, Lord, 2nd Baron, William Richard Ormsby Gore, M.P. Co. Sligo, 1841-1852, Co. Leitrim, 1858-1876, High Sheriff, 1857, Derrycarne, Dromod, Leitrim; 7,480 acres Leitrim; 1174 acres Mayo; 172 acres Roscommon; 21,019 acres Sligo; 2,794 acres Westmeath;
  • Humphreys, Wm. Ballyhaise House, Cavan, 5,164 acres Cavan, 3,146 acres Westmeath;
  • Kavanagh, Arthur MacMorrough, M.P. Carlow 1868, Borris House, Carlow, 16,051 acres Carlow, 7,341 acres Kilkenny, 620 acres Westmeath, 5,013 acres Wexford;
  • Kilmaine, Lord, 4th Baron, Francis William Browne, J.P. Co. Mayo; J.P., D.L. and V.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1870, Galston House, Milltown Pass, Killucan, Westmeath; The Neale, Ballinrobe, Mayo; 2,151 acres Galway; 11,564 acres Mayo; 979 acres Roscommon; 2,122 acres Westmeath; 1,949 acres Wexford;
  • King-Harman, Edward Robert, M.P., J.P. Cos. Longford, Sligo, and Westmeath, Rockingham, Boyle, Roscommon and Newcastle, Ballymahon, Longford; 28,779 acres Longford; 1,024 acres Laois (Queen's); 29,242 acres Roscommon; 12,629 acres Sligo; 1,239 acres Westmeath;
  • Levinge, Marcus Anthony, J.P. Cos. Roscommon and Westmeath, Cornagh Kiltoom, Athlone, Westmeath and Ennis-Coffey House, Miltownpass, Killucan, Westmeath; 421 acres Meath; 794 acres Roscommon; 247 acres Westmeath;
  • Levinge, Sir Richard George Augustus, J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1851, M.P. 1857-65 Co. Westmeath, 5,017 acres Westmeath;
  • Longford, 3rd Earl of, William Lygon Packenham, K.C.B., J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, Pakenham Hall, Castlepollard, Westmeath; 420 acres Dublin; 4,555 acres Longford; 15,014 acres Westmeath;
  • Longworth, John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1859, High Sheriff Co. Offaly (King's), 1865, Glynwood, Athlone, Westmeath; 3,271 acres Galway, 2,422 acres King's, 1,192 acres Roscommon, 6,547 acres Westmeath;
  • Magan, Mrs. Elizabeth Georgiana, Killyon, Hill of Down, Meath; Clonearl, Offaly (King's); Eagle Hill, Kildare; Woodlawn, Bray, Wicklow; 165 acres Dublin; 2,374 acres Kildare; 1,023 acres Offaly (King's); 4,418 acres Meath; 5,604 acres Westmeath;
  • Malone, John, J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, Baronstown, Ballinagore, Mullingar, Westmeath; 12,554 acres Westmeath;
  • Marlay, Charles Brindley, J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff 1853, Belvedere House, Mullingar, Westmeath; 38 acres Offaly (King's); 453 acres Limerick; 3,067 acres Louth; 9,059 acres Westmeath;
  • Maunsell, George Woods, M.A., J.P. and D.L. City of Dublin, J.P. Co. Kildare; 10 Merrion Square, Dublin; 55 acres Dublin; 702 acres Kildare; 494 acres Limerick; 772 acres Meath; 511 acres Westmeath; 904 acres Wexford;
  • Monck, 4th Viscount, Charles Stanley Monck, Lord Lieutenant Co. Dublin, Charleville, Bray; 193 acres Dublin; 5,385 acresKilkenny; 212 acres Westmeath; 5,663 acres Wexford; 3,434 acres Wicklow;
  • Mulock, Thomas Homan, M.D. (Dublin), Bellair, Moate, Westmeath; 1,678 acres Offaly (King's); 1,144 acres Westmeath;
  • Murphy, John, Dublin; 684 acres Cork; 59 acres Limerick; 5,362 acres Roscommon; 410 acres Westmeath;
  • Murphy, Patirck Edward, J.P. Westmeath, Ballymacloon, Multifarnham, Westmeath; 9,693 acres Westmeath;
  • Nugent, Col. Andrew, Scots Greys, Portaferry House, Portaferry, Down; 4,638 acres Down; 2,137 acres Westmeath;
  • Nugent, Lt.-Col. John James, J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1855, Clonlost, Killucan, Westmeath; 3,140 acres Westmeath;
  • Nugent, Lady, Ballinlough Castle, Delvin, Westmeath; 283 acres Meath; 2,033 acres Tipperary; 4,692 acres Westmeath;
  • Nugent, Sir Walter Gore, Bart., J.P. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1869 and 1873, High Sheriff Co. Longford, 1862, Donore, Multifarnham and Lymburry, Mullingar, Westmeath; 737 acres Longford; 7,218 acres Westmeath;
  • Oranmore and Browne, Lord, 2nd Baron, Geoggrey Dominck Augustus Frederick Guthrie, J.P. and D.L. Ayreshire, Scotland; J.P. Co. Mayo, High Sheriff 1841, Castle Macgarrett, Claremorris, Mayo and Bourtree Hill, Irvine, Ayreshire, Scotland; 4,243 acres Mayo; 1,818 acres Westmeath;
  • Potts, Wm. Trumperant, Correen Castle, Ballinasloe, Roscommon; 5,813 acres Roscommon; 144 acres Westmeath;
  • Rockfort-Boyd, George Augustus, J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1843, Middleton Park, Castletown, Westmeath; 16,391 acres Westmeath;
  • Smyth, Col. The Hon. Leinster Curzon, J.P. Cos. Tyrone and Westmeath, Drumcree, Killucan, Westmeath; 4,431 acres Westmeath;
  • Smyth, Mrs. Francis, 70 Pembroke Road, Dublin; 500 acres Westmeath;
  • Smyth, Captain Ralph, J.P. Co. Louth, High Sheriff, 1869, Newtown House, Termonfeckin, Drogheda, Louth; 552 acres Louth and Drogheda Town; 60 acres Meath; 901 acres Westmeath;
  • Smyth, Robert, J.P. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff Co. Westmeath, 1831 and Co. Antrim, 1852, Mullingar, Westmeath; 5,592 acres Antrim; 6,287 acres Westmeath;
  • Smyth, Robert Ralph, Magistrate and Grand Juror Co. Westmeath, Portlick Castle, Glasson, Athlone, Westmeath; 799 acres Galway; 459 acres Westmeath;
  • Smyth, Thomas James, J.P. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1858, 785 acres Kildare; 343 acres Offaly (King's); 150 acres Meath; 9,778 acres Westmeath;
  • Temple, Hon. Reginald Temple Harris, D.L. Co. Kent, England, J.P. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, Waterstown, Glasson, Westmeath; 4,863 acres Westmeath;
  • Tenison, Lt.-Col. Edward King, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum, Co. Roscommon, 1856; J.P. Cos. Leitrim and Sligo, High Sheriff, Lord Lieutenant Co. Leitrim, 1840-1856, M.P. Co. Leitrim, 1847-1852, Kilronan Castle, Keadue, Roscommon; 196 acres Dublin; 1,554 acres Leitrim, 16,915 acres Roscommon; 1,783 acres Sligo; 48 acres Westmeath;
  • Tighe, Right Hon. William Fred. Fownes P.C., J.P. Cos. Carlow, Westmeath, and Wexford, High Sheriff Co. Kilkenny 1823 and Co. Carlow, 1839, Woodstock, Inistiogue, Kilkenny; 3,909 acres Carlow; 12,046 acres Kilkenny; 5,500 acres Westmeath; 591 acres Wexford; 1,183 acres Tipperary; National Library Mss. 871 Rentals (1814-1827)
  • Toler, Hon. Otway Fortescue Graham, Brookham House, Leatherhead, Surrey, England (and res. London); 4,524 acres Offaly (King's); 3,076 acres Laois (Queen's); 8,789 acres Tipperary; 142 acres Westmeath;
  • Tuite, Joseph, D.L. Co. Longford, J.P. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1868, Sonna, Mullingar, Westmeath; 2,307 acres Longford; 7,391 acres Westmeath;
  • Tuite, Henry Maurice, Sonna, Mullingar, Westmeath; 1,490 acres Westmeath;
  • Urquhart, Walter William Dutton Pollard, J.P. and D.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, Kinturk, Castlepollard, Westmeath; 558 acres Meath; 5,363 acres Westmeath;
  • Wilson, John, J.P. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, Rathowen, Westmeath; 3,720 acres Westmeath;
  • Wilson, William, Salt Hill, Dublin; 3,145 acres Westmeath;
  • Wilson's Hospital, Trustees of, 137 acres Dublin; 231 acres Longford; 4,495 acres Westmeath; Grenham

Wexford[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Wexford

  • Alcock, Colonel Harry, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wexford, High Sheriff, 1846, Wilton Castle, Bree, Enniscorthy, Wexford; 7,346 acres Wexford; Grenham
  • Blacker, Rev. R.C.S., Woodbrook, Killane, Wexford; 5,624 acres Wexford;
  • Boyse, Capt. Henry Samuel Hunt, R.N., J.P. and D.L. Co. Wexford, Bannow House, Bannow, Wexford; 2,372 acres Kilkenny; 159 acres Offaly (King's), 4,589 acres Wexford; Grenham
  • Bridges, Rev. Thomas Z., Banbury, Essex, England; 4,769 acres Wexford;
  • Brooke, George Frederick, Summerton, Castleknock, Dublin; 5,797 acres Wexford;
  • Bruen, Henry, M. P. Co. Carlow, J.P. and D.L. Co. Carlow, High Sheriff, 1853, Oak Park, Carlow and Coolbawn, Enniscorthy, Wexford, 16,477 acres Carlow, 718 acres Galway, 248 acres Kildare, 6,932 acres Wexford; Bruen of Oak Park Papers Includes Collection List No. 23 pdf for the Bruen Family Papers, 1789-1921, Mss. 29,771-29, 785; 32,483.
  • Bryan, Loftus Anthony, Bormount, Enniscorthy, Wexford; 6,135 acres Wexford;
  • Carew, Lord, K.P., Robert Shapland Carew, Lord Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Wexford, 1856, J.P. Co. Waterford, High Sheriff Cos. Waterford and Wexford, M.P. Co. Waterford, 1840-47, Castleborough, Enniscorthy, Wexford; 1,098 acres Laois (Queen's); 1,953 acres Waterford; 17,830 acres Wexford;
  • Clayton, Richard Clayton Browne, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wexford, Carrickburne, New Ross; Ballinabola, New Ross; 3,063 acres Kilkenny; 3,191 acres Wexford;
  • Cliffe, Anthony, J.P. Co. Wexford, High Sheriff, 1822, Bellevue, Killurin, Enniscorthy, Wexford; 953 acres Cork; 2,236 acres Kilkenny; 276 acres Meath; 4,459 acres Wexford;
  • Colclough, Mrs. Mary G. W. Rossborough, Tintern Abbey, Kinnagh, Wexford; 13,329 acres Wexford;
  • Cookman, Nathaniel Narcissus, J.P. Co. Wexford, Monart House, Enniscorthy, Wexford; 3,408 acres Wexford;
  • Courtown, 5th Earl of, James George Henry Stopford, House of Peers, Lord Saltersford, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wexford, High Sheriff, 1848, Courtown House, Gorey, 7,395 acres Carlow, 14,262 acres Wexford; Stopford Family, Earls of Courtown, 18th - 20th century FHL microfiche British 6070055, published by Chadwyck-Healey, 1988, consult WorldCat for additional copies; Photograph of Courtown House, Gorey
  • De Burgho, Lady, Island House, Castleconnell, Limerick; 3,844 acres Limerick; 372 acres Wexford;
  • Donoughmore, 5th Earl of, John Luke George Hutchinson, J.P. and D.L. Co. Tipperary, J.P. Co. Waterford, Knocklofty, Clonmel, Tipperary; 1,972 acres Cork; 143 acres Dublin; 486 acres Kilkenny; 80 acres Louth; 373 acres Monaghan; 4,711 acres Tipperary; 2,878 acres Waterford; 1,307 acres Wexford;
  • Donovan, Richard, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wexford, High Sheriff, 1859, Ballymore, Camolin, Wexford; 297 acres Tipperary; 3,971 acres Wexford;
  • Doyne, Charles Mervyn, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wexford, High Sheriff, 1873, High Sheriff Co. Carlow, 1875, Wells, Gorey, Wexford; 3,203 acres Carlow; 518 acres Kildare; 7,134 acres Wexford; National Library Mss. 29,770 Doyne Family and Estate Papers 1660-1939 NLI Collection List No. 24 Doyne Papers
  • Ely, 4th Marquis of, John Henry Wellington Graham Loftus, Ely Lodge, Enniskillen, Fermanagh; Loftus Hall, Fethard, Wexford; 460 acres Dublin; 34,879 acres Fermanagh; 14,023 acres Wexford;
  • Esmonde, Sir John, Bart., M.P. Co. Waterford, J.P. Cos. Waterford and Wexford, High Sheriff, 1867, High Sheriff Co. Wicklow, 1875, Ballynastragh, Gorey, Wexford; 629 acres Kilkenny; 389 acres Offaly (King's); 429 acres Longford; 717 acres Tipperary; 701 acres Waterford; 3,533 acres Wexford; 2,088 acres Wicklow;
  • Fitzwilliam, 6th Earl, William Thomas Spencer Wentworth Fitzwilliam, K.G., M.P. Malton, 1837-41, 1846-47, M.P. Co. Wicklow, 1847-57, Coolattin Park, Shillelagh, Wicklow; 1,532 acres Kildare; 325 acres Wexford; 89,891 acres Wicklow;
  • Forbes, Lady Adelaide, Johnstown Castle, Wexford; 15,216 acres Wexford;
  • Foster, William Arme, J.P. and D.L. Staffordshire, England, J.P. Shropshire, England, Apley Park, Bridgnorth, Shropshire; 9,724 acres Wexford;
  • Grogan, Sir Edward, Bart., D.L. and M.P. Dublin City, 1841-1865, Ballintyre, Dundrum and 10 Harcourt Street, Dublin; 3,207 acres Offaly (King's); 1,950 acres Westmeath; 1,333 acres Wexford;
  • Hall-Dare, Robert W., Newtownbarry, Wexford, 5,627 acres Carlow, 5,239 acres Wexford; Photograph of Hall Dare House, Newtonbarry, Co. Wexford
  • Hatton, Rev. Henry W., Incumbent of Monart, Diocese of Ferns, Enniscorthy, Templeshelin, New Ross, Wexford; 807 acres Wexford;
  • Hatton, Lt.-Colonel Villiers La Touche, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wexford, High Sheriff, Beachborough, Hythe, Kent, England; 647 acres Waterford; 3,361 acres Wexford;
  • Irvine, Capt. Edward Tottenham, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wexford, High Sheriff, 1861-2, St. Aidens, Ferns, Wexford; 5,000 acres Wexford;
  • Kavanagh, Arthur MacMorrough, M.P. Carlow 1868, Borris House, Carlow, 16,051 acres Carlow, 7,341 acres Kilkenny, 620 acres Westmeath, 5,013 acres Wexford;
  • Kilmaine, Lord, 4th Baron, Francis William Browne, J.P. Co. Mayo; J.P., D.L. and V.L. Co. Westmeath, High Sheriff, 1870, Galston House, Milltown Pass, Killucan, Westmeath; The Neale, Ballinrobe, Mayo; 2,151 acres Galway; 11,564 acres Mayo; 979 acres Roscommon; 2,122 acres Westmeath; 1,949 acres Wexford;
  • Kirk, William Millar, J.P. Cos. Armagh and Wexford, The Park, Gorey, Wexford; 718 acres Monaghan; 3,919 acres Laois (Queen's); 1,527 acres Wexford;
  • Leigh, Francis Augustine, J.P. Co. Wexford, High Sheriff, Rosegarland, Foulksmills, New Ross, Wexford; 8,280 acres Wexford;
  • Maher, Matthias Aiden, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wexford, High Sheriff, 1878, Ballinkeel, Enniscorthy, Wexford; 1,081 acres Kilkenny; 4,950 acres Wexford;
  • Maunsell, George Woods, M.A., J.P. and D.L. City of Dublin, J.P. Co. Kildare; 10 Merrion Square, Dublin; 55 acres Dublin; 702 acres Kildare; 494 acres Limerick; 772 acres Meath; 511 acres Westmeath; 904 acres Wexford;
  • Monck, 4th Viscount, Charles Stanley Monck, Lord Lieutenant Co. Dublin, Charleville, Bray; 193 acres Dublin; 5,385 acresKilkenny; 212 acres Westmeath; 5,663 acres Wexford; 3,434 acres Wicklow;
  • Morgan, Hon. Mrs. Deane-Grogan, Arcandrisk, Wexford; 1,034 acres Kilkenny; 9,412 acres Wexford;
  • Mountgarret, 13th Viscount, Henry Edmund Butler, D.L. Co. Kilkenny, Ballyconra House, Kilkenny; Nidd Hall, Yorkshire; 11,919 acres Kilkenny; 275 acres Wexford;
  • Muskerry, Lord, 4th Baron, Hamilton Matthew Fitzmaurice Deane-Morgan, Springfield Castle, Drumcollogher, Co. Limerick; 28 acres Cork; 3,161 acres Limerick; 742 acres Tipperary; 912 acres Wexford;
  • Nunn, Edward Westby, J.P. Co. Wexford, High Sheriff, 1849, Hill Castle, Tagoat, Wexford; 4,249 acres Wexford;
  • Nunn, Edward W., Leamington; 759 acres Wexford;
  • Nunn, John, J.P. Co. Wexford, 527 acres Wexford;
  • O'Kelly, Peter de Pentheny, J.P. Co. Kildare, High Sheriff 1858; 3,152 acres Kildare; 360 acres Wexford;
  • Portsmouth, 5th Earl of, Isaac Newton Wallop, J.P. and D.L. Devonshire, England, J.P. Hampshire, England, Eggesford, Crediton, North Devon, England and Hurstbourne Park, Whitchurch, Hampshire, England; 10,189 acres Wexford;
  • Power, Sir James, Bart., J.P. and D.L. Co. Dublin, J.P. Co. Wexford, High Sheriff, 1851, High Sheriff, Co. Dublin, 1859, M.P. Co. Wexford, 1835-47 and 1865-68, Edenmine House, Enniscorthy, Wexford; 8,598 acres Wexford;
  • Powerscourt, 7th Viscount, K.P., Mervyn Wingfield, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wicklow, J.P. Cos. Dublin, Tyrone and Wexford, Powerscourt Castle, Enniskerry, Wexford; 31 acres Armagh, 618 acres Cork; 11,729 acres Wexford; 36,693 acres Wicklow;
  • Richards, Rev. E., 1,710 acres Wexford;
  • Richards, Edward M., Grange, Killanne, Enniscorthy, Wexford, 3,050 acres Wexford;
  • Richards, John, J.P. Co. Wexford, Mackmine Castle, Enniscorthy, Wexford; 1,612 acres Wexford;
  • Richards, Col. Solomon, J.P. Co. Wexford, Solsborough, Enniscorthy, Wexford; 1,486 acres Wexford
  • Richards, Solomon Augustus, J.P. Co. Wexford, High Sheriff, 1854, Ardamine, Gorey, Wexford; 2,995 acres Wexford
  • Rowe, John Henry Raymond, Ballycross, Wexford; 8,002 acres Wexford;
  • Templemore, Lord, 2nd Baron, Henry Spencer Chichester, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wexford, Dunbrody Park, Arthurstown, Wexford; 10,856 acres Donegal, 26 acres Down, 1,890 acres Derry (Londonderry), 11,327 acres Wexford; Grenham
  • Tighe, Right Hon. William Fred. Fownes P.C., J.P. Cos. Carlow, Westmeath, and Wexford, High Sheriff Co. Kilkenny 1823 and Co. Carlow, 1839, Woodstock, Inistiogue, Kilkenny; 3,909 acres Carlow; 12,046 acres Kilkenny; 5,500 acres Westmeath; 591 acres Wexford; 1,183 acres Tipperary; National Library Mss. 871 Rentals (1814-1827)
  • Tottenham, Lieut. Col. Charles George, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wicklow, M.P. New Ross, 1863-68, Ballycurry, Ashford, Wicklow; 280 acres Carlow; 1,631 acres Sligo; 7,066 acres Wexford; 2,540 acres Wicklow;
  • Tottenham, Col. Charles John, J.P. Cos. Wexford, Wicklow, Denbeigh, Wales, Merioneth, Wales, High Sheriff Co. Merioneth, Wales, 1853, High Sheriff Co. Wicklow, 1859, High Sheriff Co. Denbigh, Wales, 1861, High Sheriff Co. Wexford, 1871, Tottenham Green, Taghmon, Wexford; 1,774 acres Wexford; 636 acres Wicklow;
  • Wilson, George Orr, Dunardagh, Blackrock, Co. Dublin; 5,153 acres Kildare; 1,395 acres Wexford;

Wicklow[edit | edit source]

National Library of Ireland Rentals in County Wicklow

  • Acton, Thomas, J.P. Co. Wicklow, Westaston, Rathdrum, Wicklow; 4,845 acres Wicklow;
  • Bayly, Colonel Edward Symes, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wicklow, High Sheriff, 1837, Ballyarthur, Ovoca, Wicklow; 659 acres Westmeath; 3,026 acres Wicklow;
  • Bennett, John, High Sheriff, 1864, Grange, Clareen, Parsonstown, Offaly (King's); 1,032 acres Offaly (King's); 502 acres Cork; 30 acres Tipperary; 32 acres Wicklow;
  • Brady, Luke, Limerick; 5,837 acres Wicklow;
  • Byrne, Andrew William, Croneybyrne, Rathdrum, Wicklow; 3,202 acres Wicklow;
  • Carysfort, 5th Earl of, K.P., William Proby, J.P. and D.L. Huntingdonshire, England, J.P. Co. Wicklow, High Sheriff, 1865, Elton Hall, Peterborough, NOrthamptonshire, England; 1,588 acres Dublin; 1,206 acres Kildare; 16,291 acres Wicklow;
  • Cunninghame, Lt.-Col. Robert George Archibold Hamilton Gun, J.P. Co. Wicklow, High Sheriff, Newtownmountkennedy, Wicklow; 10,479 acres Wicklow;
  • Dick, William Wentworth Fitzwilliam, M.P. Co. Wicklow, 1852, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wicklow, High Sheriff, 1844, Humewood, Kiltegan, Wicklow; 4,770 acres Wicklow;
  • Downshire, 6th Marquis of, Arthur Wills John Wellington Blundell Trumbull Hill, East Hampstead Park, Workingham, Berkshire, England and Hillsborough Castle, Down; 5,787 acres Antrim and Carrickfergus Town; 73,602 acres Down; 1,338 acres Kildare; 101 acres Kilkenny; 13,679 acres Offaly (King's); 15,766 acres Wicklow;
  • Drought, Rev. John William, Glencorrig, Glenealy, Wicklow; 429 acres Offaly (King's); 1,002 acres Wicklow;
  • Edge, John D., 43 Park Avenue, Dublin; 843 acres Laois (Queen's); 65 acres Wicklow;
  • Edge, John Henry, M.A., J.P. Laois (Queen's), Farnans, Ballickmoyler, Laois (Queen's); 1,576 acres Laois (Queen's); 1,028 acres Wicklow;
  • Esmonde, Sir John, Bart., M.P. Co. Waterford, J.P. Cos. Waterford and Wexford, High Sheriff, 1867, High Sheriff Co. Wicklow, 1875, Ballynastragh, Gorey, Wexford; 629 acres Kilkenny; 389 acres Offaly (King's); 429 acres Longford; 717 acres Tipperary; 701 acres Waterford; 3,533 acres Wexford; 2,088 acres Wicklow;
  • Fitzwilliam, 6th Earl, William Thomas Spencer Wentworth Fitzwilliam, K.G., M.P. Malton, 1837-41, 1846-47, M.P. Co. Wicklow, 1847-57, Coolattin Park, Shillelagh, Wicklow; 1,532 acres Kildare; 325 acres Wexford; 89,891 acres Wicklow; Grenham
  • Grogan, William, J.P. Co. Wicklow, Slaney Park, Baltinglass, Wicklow; 1,596 acres Westmeath; 3,761 acres Wicklow;
  • Guinness, Sir Arthur Edward, Bart., M.P. Dublin, 1874; J.P. and D.L. Dublin City; J.P. Cos. Dublin and Galway; M.P. Dublin 1868-69, Ashford, Cong, Galway and St. Anne's Clontarf, Dublin; 156 acres Dublin; 19,945 acres Galway; 3,747 acres Mayo; 1,493 acres Wicklow;
  • Hugo, John Mandeville, Landscape, Wicklow; 17,937 acres Wicklow;
  • Hutchinson, Sir Edward Synge Bart., Palermo, Bray, and Coolmoney, Stratford-on-Slaney, Wicklow; 108 acres Dublin; 4,471 acres Wicklow;
  • Kemmis, William, Jr., Killeen, Portarlington; 1,710 acres Laois (Queen's); 492 acres Wicklow;
  • Kemmis, William Gilbert, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wicklow, High Sheriff 1855 Laois (Queen's), Ballinacor, Rathdrum, Wicklow; 4,706 acres Laois (Queen's); 8,041 acres Wicklow; Grenham
  • Kirkpatrick, Alexander Richard, J.P. Co. Kildare, Donacomper, Celbridge, Kildare; 630 acres Kildare; 3,011 acres Wicklow;
  • La Touche, William Robert, J.P. and D.L. Co. Leitrim; J.P. Co. Wicklow; High Sheriff Co. Leitrim 1866 and Co. Wicklow 1860; 8,234 acres Leitrim; 1,347 acres Tipperary; 1,798 acres Wicklow;
  • Littledale, William Francis, 9 Upper Ormond Quay, Dublin and Whaley Abbey, Rathdrum, Wicklow; 530 acres Armagh; 12 acres Meath; 4,041 acres Wicklow;
  • Meath, 11th Earl of, William Brabazon, House of Peers as Lord Chadwick, Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. Wicklow, 1869, J.P. and D.L. Co. Dublin, M.P. Co. Dublin 1830-33, and 1837-41, High Sheriff Co. Wicklow, 1848, Kilruddery, Bray, Eaton Court, Hereford, England; 36 acres Dublin and Dublin City; 14,717 acres Wicklow;
  • Mining Company of Ireland, The, 30 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin; 11 acres Tipperary; 102 acres Waterford; 4,409 acres Wicklow;
  • Monck, 4th Viscount, Charles Stanley Monck, Lord Lieutenant Co. Dublin, Charleville, Bray; 193 acres Dublin; 5,385 acresKilkenny; 212 acres Westmeath; 5,663 acres Wexford; 3,434 acres Wicklow;
  • Moore, Joseph Scott, J.P. Co. Wicklow, High Sheriff, 1866, The Manor, Kilbride, Wicklow; 8,730 acres Wicklow;
  • Parnell, Charles Stewart, M.P. Co. Meath, 1875, J.P. Co. Wicklow, High Sheriff, 1874, Avondale, Rathdrum, Wicklow; 4,678 acres Wicklow;
  • Power, Sir Richard Crampton, J.P. Co. Kilkenny, High Sheriff, Kilfane, Thomastown, Kilkenny; 2,650 acres Kilkenny; 2,850 acres Tipperary; 266 acres Waterford; 367 acres Wicklow;
  • Powerscourt, 7th Viscount, K.P., Mervyn Wingfield, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wicklow, J.P. Cos. Dublin, Tyrone and Wexford, Powerscourt Castle, Enniskerry, Wexford; 31 acres Armagh, 618 acres Cork; 11,729 acres Wexford; 36,693 acres Wicklow; Grenham
  • Saunders, Robert Joseph Pratt, High Sheriff, 1878, Saunders' Grove, Stratford-on-Slaney, Wicklow; 3,143 acres Wicklow;
  • Stratford, John Wingfield, J.P. and D.L. Co. Kent, High Sheriff, 1873, 2,213 acres Clare; 2,502 acres Limerick; 2,361 acres Mayo; 6,555 acres Sligo; 201 acres Wicklow;
  • Synge, Francis H., J.P. and D.L. Co. Wicklow, High Sheriff, 1850, Glenmore Castle, Ashford, Wicklkow; 4,298 acres Wicklow;
  • Tighe, Lt.-Colonel James Stuart, D.L. Co. Wicklow, Rossana, Ashford, Wicklow; 3 acres Dublin; 3,459 acres Wicklow;
  • Tottenham, Lieut. Col. Charles George, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wicklow, M.P. New Ross, 1863-68, Ballycurry, Ashford, Wicklow; 280 acres Carlow; 1,631 acres Sligo; 7,066 acres Wexford; 2,540 acres Wicklow;
  • Tottenham, Col. Charles John, J.P. Cos. Wexford, Wicklow, Denbeigh, Wales, Merioneth, Wales, High Sheriff Co. Merioneth, Wales, 1853, High Sheriff Co. Wicklow, 1859, High Sheriff Co. Denbigh, Wales, 1861, High Sheriff Co. Wexford, 1871, Tottenham Green, Taghmon, Wexford; 1,774 acres Wexford; 636 acres Wicklow;
  • Verner, Sir William Edward Hercules, Bart., Churchill, Verner's Bridge, Moy, Tyrone; 5,436 acres Armagh, 2,526 acres Monaghan, 16,042 acres Tyrone; 140 acres Wicklow;
  • Wade, Robert Craven, J.P. and D.L. Co. Meath; J.P. Co. Wicklow, High Sherriff, Meath and Wicklow, 4,160 acres Meath; 4,055 acres Wicklow
  • Waterford, 5th Marquis of K.P., Lord Lieutenant and Custus Rotulorum of Co. and City of Waterford, 1874, Curraghmore, Portlaw, Waterford; 305 acres Cavan; 55 acres Kildare; 406 acres Kilkenny; 39,883 acres Waterford; 26,035 acres Wicklow;
  • Westby, Williams Jones, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wicklow, High Sheriff, 1827, J.P. Co. Carlow, High Park, Baltinglass, Wicklow; 3,874 acres Wicklow; Grenham
  • Wicklow, 5th Earl of, Charles Francis Arnold Howard, J.P. and D.L. Co. Wicklow, Castle Forward, Donegal and Shelton Abbey, Arklow, Wicklow; 4,767 acres Donegal; 23,979 acres Wicklow; Grenham

Books and Tutorials[edit | edit source]

  1. Boyd, Abraham and Jane Rochfort Butler Belvidere, Survey of the Estates of Abraham Boyd Esquire and the Countess of Belvedere in the County of West Meath, (Salt Lake City: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1984).
  2. Dooley, Terence A.M., Mary Ann Lyons, ed. Sources for the History of Landed Estates in Ireland Maynooth Research Guides for Irish Local History: Number 2 (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2000).
  3. Downshire, Arthur Blundell Sandys Trumbull Hill, 3d Marquis, 1788-1845 and Maguire, W. A., Letters of a Great Irish Landlord: A Selection from the Estate Correspondence of the Third Marquess of Downshire, 1809-45, (Belfast: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1974).
  4. Hunter, R. J., The Ulster Plantation in the Counties of Armagh and Cavan, 1608-1641, (Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation, 2012).
  5. Leslie, Rose Jane, The Country Houses, Castles and Mansions of Northern Ireland, (Catrine, Ayrshire, Scotland: Stenlake Publishing, Ltd., 2011).
  6. Norton, Desmond, Landlords, Tenants, Famine - The Business of an Irish Land Agency in the 1840s (Dublin: University College Dublin Press, 2006).
  7. Purdue, Olwen, The Big House in the North of Ireland - Land, Power and Social Elites, 1878-1960 (Dublin: University College Dublin Press, 2009).
  8. Reilly, Ciaran, The Irish Land Agent, 1830-60 - The case of King's County (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2014).
  9. Trant, Kathy, The Blessing Estate 1667-1908, (Dublin: Anvil Books, 2004).
  10. Add - Estate Records During the Famine volume.
  11. Hussey De Burgh, U. H. Landowners of Ireland Google Books

References[edit | edit source]