Galway City Freemen, 1794

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“On the 9th of April 1793 the Irish Parliament passed a statute entitled.”

An Act fot the Relief of His Majesty’s Popish, or Roman Catholic, subjects of Ireland (33rd George III., chap. 21) whereby Catholics were enabled to become Freemen of Corporate Towns in Ireland without taking the Oath of Abjuration, upon taking merely an Oath of Allegiance to the King.On the 29th of April 1794 the following list of 300 Roman Catholics who had been admitted as Freemen or Burgesses of the Corporation of the City of Galway under the provisions of the above mentioned Act, was certified by Elieas Tankerville, Secretary and John Bradley, Notary Public at Galway. In this list 20 names are those of the ‘Tribe’ families and are indicated by the letter T, the remaining 280 names are those of ‘non-tribe’ families.

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NameSurname
RobertAdams
Andrew TBlake
John TBlake
Stephen TBlake
Dominick TBodkin
John TBodkin
Thomas TBodkin
JohnBoughlan
JohnBrorven
PeterBroughan
JohnBruton
DominickBurke
FrancisBurke
JamesBurke
JamesBurke
JohnBurke
JohnBurke
John, Capt.Burke
MartinBurke
MichaelBurke
MichaelBurke
NicholasBurke
PatrickBurke
RaymundBurke
RedmundBurke
RichardBurke
ThomasBurke
ThomasBurke
WalterBurke
William Burke
PatrickCahalane
ThomasCahalane
WilliamCahalane
PeterCallanan
PeterCallanane
MichaelCarty
MartinCarty,
MichaelCassidy
AgaceCavenaugh
DanielCavenaugh
EdmundCavenaugh
JohnCavenaugh
TimothyCoen
ThomasColeman
ConnorComber
PatrickConear
MartinConnoghten
JohnCorven
PatrickCorven
ThadyCorven
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