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The History and Topography of the County of Clare by James Frost
Part II. History of Thomond
Chapter 25

Book of Forfeitures and Distributions—continued
Barony of Corcomroe: Part A
: Kilmacrehy Parish

Proprietors in 1641
To whom disposed of
Ardnahea Earl of Thomond Earl of Thomond
Ballycotteen Donogh O'Brien, tenant to Dean & Chapter of Kilfenora, being Mensal lands Bishop of Kilfenora
Ballyea Andrew, son of John Comyn Lord Ikerrin
Ballyheean Patrick Comyn Same
Ballyherragh Daniel O'Brien Donogh O'Brien;
Wm. Hamilton
Ballylaan Same Same; and same
Ballymaclinaim Cormuck O'Cahill William Hamilton
Ballynalackan Daniel O'Brien Donogh O'Brien;
Wm. Hamilton
Ballysteen Andrew, son of John Comyn Wm. Hamilton
Ballyvorda Patrick Comyn Lord Ikerrin; Donogh O'Brien
Ballyvrislaun Chas. O'Connor; Patk. Comyn William Hamilton
Cloghaundine [80] Andrew, son of John Comyn William Hamilton;
Earl of Ossory
Dough Daniel O'Brien Lord Ikerrin; Joseph Molony
Kilconnell Same Donogh O'Brien;
Wm. Hamilton
Kineilty Donogh Maoel O'Cahill Same; and same
Loghcloon Daniel O'Brien, as tenant of Dean and Chapter of Kilfenora Bishop of Kilfenora
Laghvally Pat Comyn; Boetius Clancy;
Daniel O'Brien; Solomon Curtin
Donogh O'Brien
Liscannor Earl of Thomond, as tenant of Bishop of Kilfenora Earl of Thomond
Lislorkan Richard MacGillareagh William Hamilton
Lecarrowvanagh Thomas Oge O'Cahill Donogh O'Brien;
Wm. Hamilton
Rannagh James Clancy Lord Ikerrin
Shingaunagh Andrew, son of Joseph Comyn William Hamilton
Teeraghbeg Daniel O'Brien Donogh O'Brien;
Wm. Hamilton

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