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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 20. Depositions of Protestant Settlers, 1642

Depositions relating to Coonagh, near Limerick

Mary Young of Coonagh, near Limerick, which then formed part of the county of Clare, had her goods carried off by Daniel M‘Namara of Cratloe, Fineen, and Thomas M‘Namara of Knockbohilly, Daniel and Murtagh O’Brien of Glanagross, Murtagh O’Kelly of the same, John Kelly and Dermot O’Haly of Coonagh, Daniel Bane of Cooldrinagh, John Roe MacNamara of Kilmurry, and James Sarsfield of Limerick.

Lastly, Francis Ham of Sixmilebridge, glover, lost his goods by the act of Rory Roe of that place, cottoner.

 

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