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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
: Kilmihil Parish

Proprietors in 1641
To whom disposed of
Aghaga Donogh, son of Brian MacMahon Thos. Butler; H. Ivers;
Lord Clare; (afterwards Henry Hickman)
Ballyduneen Brian and Murtagh MacMahon, the elder Slaney-ny-Donogh Gillapatrick; (afterwards John Cusack); Sir Henry Ingoldsby; Henry Ivers
Cahercanavan John MacNamara Alderman Wm. York;
H. Ivers; Thady O'Brien
Cahermurphy Sir Daniel O'Brien;
Daniel MacGorman the elder;
Daniel MacGorman the younger;
Conor, Thomas, Teige, Manchad, and Scanlane, (MacGorman)
Lord Clare; (afterwards Francis Burton and others)
Corraige Brian and Murtagh MacMahon, the elder Slaney-ny-Donogh Gillapatrick; Sir H. Ingoldsby; H. Ivers
Kiltumper Brian MacMahon Esq.;
Murtagh, and Thomas MacMahon
Lord Clare; (afterwards F. Burton and others)
Knockalough John MacNamara;
Murtagh MacMahon;
John O'Gillahinane

Paul Strange; (Decree dated June, 1676);
Marcus Magrath; Donogh MacNamara; Henry Ivers; Teige O'Brien; Edward Fanning; Thomas Green

Lack Brian MacMahon Esq.;
Brian MacMahon, gent
Lord Clare; (afterwards Francis Burton and others)
Lissanair alias Derrycrossane [73] John MacNamara;
Thomas O'Cloghessy;
Murtagh MacMahon, the younger
Thomas Butler;
Henry Ivers; Lord Clare;
Henry Hickman
Leitrim Daniel O'Brien Lord Clare; (F. Burton and others)
Sheeaun Murtagh MacMahon John Creagh;
Sir Oliver Bourke, Bart.
Tirmanroe and Lissenegan [74] John MacNamara Marcus Magrath

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