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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 19. Rising of the Catholics, 1641; — Siege of Ballyallia Castle

List of the principal men of that [Irish Catholic] party

Here followeth the names of the chief rebels that brought what strength they could:—

Dermot O’Brien, Esq., of Dromore, Colonel.
Turlogh O’Brien, Esq., of Tullamore.
Sir Daniel O’Brien, Knight, of Carrigaholt.
Daniel O’Brien, Esq., of Carrowduff.
Conor O’Brien, Esq., of Ballymacooda, eldest son of Sir Daniel.
Oliver Delahoyde, Esq., of Tyredagh.
Boetius MacMurtagh Clancy, Esq., of Inchmore.
Hugh Hogan, Esq., of Ballyhehane.
Conor O’Brien, Esq., of Leamaneh.
Turlogh, and Murtagh, sons of Teige O’Brien, [4] of Dromore.
Teige, son of Daniel Reagh MacNamara, of Garruragh.
Donogh MacNamara of Cratloe.
Daniel MacNamara of Doon, gent.
Donogh, MacConor Reagh, MacNamara of Ballykelly.
Rory MacNamara of Caherinagh, gent.
Teige MacNamara of Dromconora, gent.
Owney Oge O’Loghlen of Greggans, gent. and his three sons.
Sheeda, son of Rory MacNamara of Carrowneleghan.
Redmond Neylan of Knockanany, gent.
Flann Neylan of Rosslevan, and three sons, gent.
David Neylan of the same, gent.
Patrick O’Hogan of Shallee, gent.
James Hogan of Erinagh (Dysert).
John Lynch of Dysert, gent.
Hugh O’Grady of Inchicronan, gent.
John FitzJames O’Grady of Ballyinemore, gent.
Gilladuff O’Shaughnessy of Dysert.
Richard O’Grady of Inchicronan, gent.
Henry O’Grady of Clonskrine.
Daniel O’Grady of Carrowkeel, gent.
Managh O’Grady of Ballylinebeg.
Captain Wm. O’Shaughnessy of Gort.
Captain Henry O’Grady of Knockaney, Co. Limerick.
Andrew Bourke of Inish, merchant.
Daniel Hernon of the same.
Divers others.

 

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