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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, K, 01 January 1598-31 March 1599

    See Knockardagur. Knockenanmye , co. Tipperary, castle of, recovery of, 410. , , ward of, 410. Knockfergus . See Carrickfergus. Knockmore , castle of, co. Waterford, forsaken, 326. Knollys , Sir William, Comptroller of Her Majesty's Household, letter to, 269. Subscribers-only content

    Index, D, 01 January 1598-31 March 1599

    an English gentlewoman and a widow, 326. , , forsakes her castle of Knockmore, 326. Dalway , John, deputy victualler in Ireland, 107. Daniell , James, of Sir T. Norreys's foot company, conspiracy of, for the betrayal of Kilmallock, 336. Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 12, 16 February 1698, 16 February 1698-16 February 1698

    Judgment 150 l . In Carrane 400 In Monaveen & Carrowmore 427 Clonedagh and Shehanagh 300 Tuorine and Gortfadda 127 Knockmore 70 Corbally 17 Part of Castlebin 60 Cloonekilline 196 Lisnevoltna 168 Coolenegourk alias Gortnegarke 148 Precinct of the Abbey

    Treasury Calendar, March 1697, 16-31, 16 March 1697-31 March 1697

    in Currane, 400 acres; in Monaveen and Carrowmore, 427 acres; Clonedagh and Shehanagh, 300 acres; Tuorine and Gortfadda, 127 acres; Knockmore, 70 acres; Corbally, 17 acres; part of Castlebin, 60 acres; Cloonekillins, 196 acres; Lisnevoltna, 168 acres; Coolenegourk alias Gortnegarke,

    Index of persons and Places, J, K

    co. Carlow, 129. Knockeen. See Knockan. Knockinferane , co. Waterford, 244. Knocklas. See Knucklas. Knockmill. See Dunleckny. Knockmocler. See Mocklershill. Knockmore , in Kilconnell barony, co. Galway, 441. Knocknafallia , co. Waterford, 440. Knockagree , in Duhallow barony, co. Cork,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the exaggerations of Land League orators are to be found in French journals. The wonderful appari- tions at Knock, at Knockmore, at Ballyraggett, and else- where, are not calculated to augment French sympathy for the Irish agitation ; all the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Knookmore, the market town, some twenty or thirty miles distant. The t o places were connected by rail- way, and Knockmore was the terminus of a branch line, but lay about three miles from the station. So when Mr. Scanlan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Loerganuare and hires 135 John Low ry, Knockmore Houses and lands., Upker X\assereene, townlauoj of uno 1336 James Calloon, Creenagh, Houses and lands, Upper Mussereelne, townidnd oif Cutus 1337 Sam. Irwin, Knockmore .Houses and lands Up erIesseeene, towilandi of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was taken from home by a beggar-woman, 4and deserted in the neighbourhood of Dervock ; she is at present at Knockmore, near Dervock; she cannot give any account of the residence of her friends; all she knows is it was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Officer of B.Bxcise, v. Robert M' Creight. This was an information exhibited against the defendant, a respectable innkeeper, residing at Knockmore, near Lis- burn, under which a penalty of .£200 was sought to he re- covered for having in his Subscribers-only content

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