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
DermotQuirh
JohnQuirh
MichaelQuirh
JohnReardon
WilliamReardon
LaurenceRegan
PeterRoss
JohnRoyne
JohnRoyne
ThomasRoyne
BryanShea
PatrickShea
WilliamSheehan
JohnShelman
PatrickShiel
JamesSilk
PeterTierney
PeterUnknown
WilliamVarrally
PatrickWall
DanielWalsh
JamesWalsh
JohnWalsh
MichaelWalsh
NicholasWalsh
PatrickWalsh
PatrickWalsh
RichardWalsh
RichardWalsh
ThadyWalsh
UlickWalsh
BernardWard
JohnWard
LewisWard
MauriceWard
PatrickWard
PeterWard
ThomasWard
JohnWhelan
MichaelWhelan
PeterWhelan
WilliamWhelan
JohnWinter
JamesYoung
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