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The History and Topography of the County of Clare by James Frost

Part III. History of the County of Clare
Chapter 18. Inquisitions relating to county of Clare—Time of Commonwealth, James II., and William and Mary: Inquisitions—Time of James II

Thomas Wallcott

Inquisition, taken at Ennis, on the 21st of January, in the second year of the reign of James II., finds that Thomas Wallcott was attainted of treason on the 12th of July, 1683; that he was then owner in fee of ten acres of Ballyhumulta, as well as of the following lands, viz.: Ballingetell, alias Cluomerarh, Coiltebrack, Lismacteige, Craginarroe, Cahirigone, Lislarky, Turlogh, Ballyganner, Nohoval, Graffin, Cahermacenoghty, Lissylisheen, Turlogh, Tarmonbeg, Deelin, Deesunnore, Ballylymore, Knockecallynane, Reletebrack, Ballycuveham, Kilneglashy, and Slievenaglashy.