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The History and Topography of the County of Clare by James Frost
Part II. History of Thomond
Chapter 24

Book of Forfeitures and Distributions—continued
Barony of Clonderlaw: Part C
: Kilfiddane Parish

Proprietors in 1641
To whom disposed of
Ailroe [69] Earl of Thomond;
Sir Teige MacMahon, Bart.;
and the following MacMahons, viz.:
Donogh, son of Dermot; Murtagh;
Murtagh, son of Rory Gowlagh;
all of Ailroe
Lord Clare; (afterwards F. Burton, and others);
Colonel Francis Willoughby;
Earl of Thomond
Bolooghra Mahone MacMahon of Crovraghan James Freena;
Captain Teige MacMahon
Cahiracon Earl of Thomond Earl of Thomond
Carrowreagh Thomas, son of Shane; and John,
son of Conor; both of Aghnaclogher;
Hugh, son of John MacMahon;
Earl of Thomond

Henry Ivers;
Earl of Thomond;
Captain Thomas Cullen

Cloondrinagh James MacDonogh, of Cloondrinagh Simon Eaton;
James Freena; (both Transplanted Papists);
Captain Teige MacMahon
Cloonboyerna Dermot MacGillareagh, of Cloonboyerna; Mahone MacGillareagh, of Cloondrinagh James Freena
Coolmeen Sir Teige MacMahon;
Brian MacMahon of Lack;
Mahone, son of Donogh;
Murtagh, son of Brian; and Conor, son of Mahone MacMahon; all of Coolmeen
Symon Eaton;
Mary Hughes, alias Hurd;
(a Transplanted Papist)
Derriniddane Sir Teige MacMahon, Bart. John Conor FitzAndrew;
(afterwards John Cusack);
Sir Henry Ingoldsby
Derrygeeha Earl of Thomond Earl of Thomond;
Sir Henry Ingoldsby
Derryshaan Same Earl of Thomond
Effernan Same Same
Erribul Same Same; and
Captain Teige MacMahon
Moyfadda Conor, son of Shane MacMahon Henry Lee
Shanakea Earl of Thomond Earl of Thomond

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