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  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Calendar, April 1696, 26-30, 26 April 1696-30 April 1696

    in County Roscommon (being the forfeited estate of Hugh O'Conner of Ballintober). Moyne Bathmeed Rossinesne alias Ballintobber Rathnenoleagh, Ballymagoother, Keely Barnagh [Keelcurragh ] and part of Laragh and Ross: in all 885 acres. The above premises were demised by the

    Treasury Calendar, August 1696, 16-31, 17 August 1696-31 August 1696

    Roach who swam to Derry in the time of seige." county Roscommon: Moyne, Rathmaegbrachn, Rooaun alias Ballintobber, Rathnaluleagh, Ballymagoother, Keelty, Barnagh, part o f Laragh and Ross: in all 40 l. per an . rent: [forfeiting ] proprietor, Terence Dermott:

    Index of persons and Places, J, K

    tenant, 178. K Kaa , Vander, forage account, 86. Keatingstown , co. Kilkenny, 439. Keelty , co. Roscommon, 244. Keely Barnagh [Keelcurragh ] , co. Roscommon, 121. Keen. See Kien. Keightley , Kath., daughter of Thomas, 133. -, Thomas, Commissioner

    Index of persons and Places, B

    275. -, Thomas, son of John, 275; estate in Upton, 408. Barnaballingnorah , Queen's County, 120. Barnageeragh . See Ballynageeroge. Barnagh [? Barrinagh ] , co. Roscommon, 244. Barnard , William, coin-clipper, 81. Barnardiston (Burnardiston) Sir Samuel, a commissioner for

    Warrants etc., September 1697, 11-15, 13 September 1697-15 September 1697

    Barony . Moyne Rathmuge: 219 acres; Rossman alias Ballintubber 117 acres; Rathneneleagh 126 acres; Ballymagother 206 acres; Keely 53 acres; Barnagh with part of Laragh and Ross in Bellamoe half Barony 104 acres: being forfeited estate of Terence Dermott: and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    days he following most serious outrages have been com- mitted: On the 13th April a farmer named Quirke, living nar= Barnagh, county Limerick, purchased the tenant-rightm of a farm, overbidding others eager to obtain it. On the 15th a gang Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fortland, Dromore West, Sligo, JP Win. Roiseirs, Armagh John Stowaart, Portstewart, Preshyterian Minister Win. J. Crawford, Mountpottinger, Belfast Gishorno Knox, Barnagh, Dunganuon, Esq WV. Corry, Rnniskillen, Esq Avnsworth Pilson, Down, Esq ,Jrmes Werdlaw, Belfast, merchant Cray It H-1unt, Castlewellan, F.SP Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rheaby R. Quirk, C.P. [33 Notice. ANY Person TRESPASSING with Dog or Gun on the ESTATES of White House, the Barnagh, Slieucurn Mountain, Lhergy Vreck, Ballachrink, or any lands in the possession of Mr William Cowley, Ballacregga, in Michael, will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIC NOTICE. lii of lan Steam Packet Go.. Limited. JUNE 1890~ SAILINGS. Liverpool and Douglas I*kOM Oouolab. iFrom Livkrpool. Even" week -day, at 9 Every week-day, at I Mondays. . . at 1 a.m.l Saturdays, . . at 5 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    kt FARM TO LET. n_XO LET, from 12th November next, for a term of P years, that desirable ESTATE the "Barnagh," in tbe parish of Michael, c-ontaini; g over 711 acres, the present tenant. Mr John Kinley, whose 14 year Subscribers-only content

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