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  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 January 1696-31 December 1696

    Carel Iden , Mr. Mrs. Ilchester , gaol at gaoler of Imperial Envoy , the Inchiquin , Lord InchLawrance (Ireland) Inchmore , co. West Meath Inchquin . See Inchiquin. Indemnity , Act of India English factories in Moors incensed against Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, April 1695, 21-30, 21 April 1695-30 April 1695

    Mulledy: Grangemore in Farbill Barony, 71 l. forfeited lands of Garret Dillon: Drumraney, 67 l. , two separate thirds of Inchmore and a parcel of bog, 7 l. 10 s. 0 d. , all in Kilkenny West Barony (incumbrances on

    Entry Book, February 1686,1-5, 01 February 1686-05 February 1686

    s . 3 d. per an .; Ballycarrygan, at 2 l . 0 s . 8 d. per an .; Inchmore, Knockdromine, Inchilegg, at 3 l . 11 s . 0 d. per an .; Ballyda and Dromologhilie, at 2

    William III, May 1696, 01 May 1696-31 May 1696

    Michael Chamberlain; Chumacon, to Robert Balfe; in co. Westmeath, Gigginstown and Rickardstown, to Michael and William Dardis; Drumrany, two-thirds of Inchmore, Brannockstown, Portlick, Whining, Cartron and one-third of the Great Island, to Garrett Dillon; Carray, part of Drumrany, and Carrus, Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, April 1541, 26-30, 26 April 1541-30 April 1541

    o 31; Fowre priory, surr. 27 Nov. a o 31; Loghcewdy priory (no issues since its dissolution); abbeys of Granarde, Inchmore, and Sroue, in le Annale (no issues since their dissolution); hospital of St. John Baptist beside Drogheda, surr. 26

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    snow :-" Isabella Burton or Campbell, a vagrant, seventy.three years of age, a native of Manche3tar, left the farmhouse of Inchmore about two o'clock on Wed- nesday afternoon, the 14th inst., to proceed to Laggnkuld, three miles distant. It appears Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Treasurer of the Ladies' Committee to the fund for th i relief of the indigeut sick. BIIITIS. June 21, at Inchmore, Kitig's County, tho wifeof Mareus Goodbody, Esq., J-P., of a son. Jane 22, at %Welwyn Rlectory, Lady Boothby, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    b m Mies Hope (h b) by Centaur, dam unknown ... 4 7 0 Mr. J. W. Nuttall's b o Inchmore (h b) Young Dr. O'oole ... ... ... 4 7 0 Mr. Matthew M'Cleland's b f Bonny Moorhan, by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THlE COUNTY GALWAY TRAGEDY. GORED TO DE ?TS BY X BULL.-A ............. a' farrner, uouned Thomas Pender, oi The BIan6er3, ahout a mile outside Diew Ross, was oa Diondny moruiua, at rboat half past five o'clock, gored to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3BTHELL - August 11. at North Ovrimstone House, York, the Honourable Mrs. Bethell, of a I son. 0ODBODY-September 1, at Inchmore, Clara. King's County, the wife of J. Perry Goodbody. J.P., of a daughter. ?ARKEhSO02-Sentember 83 at 14, Syon Street, Subscribers-only content

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