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Calendar of Ormond Deeds, Vol. II, 1350-1413, List of Deeds 4

LIST OF DEEDS 4 : 301-400
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301. Grant by Patrick and John le Poer to Henry le Poer of all lands in Balyheyn. [April 25, 1392].

302. Grant and quit-claim by John Wygemore to Nicholas le Poer of lands in Balyheyn, Cloggagh and BaIlee. [May, 1392].

303. Grant by Philip Blakeman to David Seriaunt of the manor of Illanebryk. [September 16, 1392].

304. Appointment of bailiff by Thomas Forestall to place Thomas fitz]ohn in seisin of all messuages in ‘le Kappagh.’ [March 24, 1393].

305. Indenture between James, Earl of Ormond, and Richard Lercedekne granting to Richard the manors of Clontybret and Bagoteston. [April 8, 1393].

306. Grant by James Fonte to Thomas le Botiller of the manor of Balycullenane. [July 30, 1393].

307. Quit-claim by Thomas Wytefelde to Thomas le Botiller of the manor of Ballycullenane. [August 6, 1393].

308. Deed of attorney by Peter Shirbourn to place Walter Cantewell and Peter Stonham in seisin of lands in Kynderr Corbaly and Ballysallagh. [September 7, 1393].

309. Grant by David Seriant to Philip Blakeman Power of the manor of Illanebryk. [October g, 1393].

310. Letters patent of Richard II. granting to the Earl of Ormond power to enfeoff in his lands in county Dublin. [April 4, 1394].

311. Grant by Geoffrey de la Freigne to James, Earl of Ormond, of free navigation of the Blackwater. [April 28, 1394).

312. Final concord between Nicholas Everard and Henry Myneter regarding a messuage and lard in Mynourestoun. [April 3, 1395].

313. Quit-claim by William Laynagh de Valle to Henry Myneter of land in Mynourstoun. [April 21, 1395).

314. Quit-claim by Matilda de Valle to Henry Mynour of lands in Mynourstoun. [July 20, 1395J.

315. Grant and deed of attorney by Henry Myneter to place Nicholas Everard in seisin of lands in Kylsilane. [September I, 1395].

316. Rental of Ely made made before William Bromleye. [August 14? 1395].

317. Indenture between James, Earl of Ormond, and Robert Herbryke granting the manor of Donada to Robert. [March 17, 1396].

31B. Acknowledgment of receipt by Robert Dullard from Andrew Godyn of rent from Stamacarthy. [April 16, 1396].

319. Indenture between James, Earl of Ormond, and William Crompe ratifying to William possession of lands in Courduff. (May 26, 1396].

320. Grant by Walter Bermyngham to Thomas Bermyngham of the manors of Knockgraffon and Kiltevenan. [June 20, 1396].

321. Indenture between Humfrey Devenysshe and Edward Perers granting to Edward three messuages etc., in Brounestoun. [July 3, 1396].

322. Grant by William de Sancto Albino to Richard de Sancto Albino of le HerlesIonde,’ etc. [May 20, 1397].

323. Grant by Roger Mortimer, Earl of March and Ulster, to James, Earl of Ormond, of the manors of Dunboyne and Moiemet. [November 23, 1397).

324. Essoins taken before William le Botiller, Seneschal of the Liberty of Tipperary, in assizes at Clonmel. [January, 1398].

325. Quit-claim by William Gascoyng to James, Earl of Ormond, of land in Waterford. [January 7, 1398].

326. Grant by John fitzElys (McEIyot) to James, Earl of Ormond, of all lands in PortnekyII. [February 9, 1398].

327. Quit-claim by James Furlang to William Benet of a messuage in New Ross. [March 14, 1398].

328. Grant by Nicholas Everard to James, Earl of Ormond, of lands in Mynourestoun. [March 18, 1398].

329. Quit-claim by Richard de Sando Albino to Thomas Delahyde of lands in Thomasfynysheiis and Nova Coyllagh. [April 5, 1398].

330. Quit-claim by William and Patrick Whyt to Thomas French of a messuage, etc., in Durr and Ledycastell. [November 12, 1398].

331. Quit-claim by William Gascoyng to Margaret Botiller of all lands in Balnepull. [December 30, 1398].

332. Royal services in county Kilkenny. [? Circa 1399).

333. Grant by Cristiana Ie Power to Philip O’Hymlan of a half carucate in Kyllocran. [ ? Circa 1399].

334. Grant by Nicholas de Druhull to John Lumbard of the manor of Donmore. [ ? Circa 1399].

335. Grant by John Dogyn to Adam Crompe of land in Crompeston. [ ? Circa 1399].

336. Grant by Eva Ie Potter to Olive daughter of Walter of a place in Cnoctoghre. [Circa 1399].

337. Indenture between Gerald, bishop of Cloyne, and James, Earl of Ormond regarding mutual aid and protection. [January 22, 1399].

338. Grant by Walter Prout to his son John of land in Knocktopher. [February 10, 1399).

339. Letters patent of James, Earl of Ormond, appointing Richard Walsche his Escheator and keeper of the market of measures in the Liberty of Tipperary. [July 11, 1399].

340. Grant by John de Stanley to James, Earl of Ormond, of the manor of Blackcastle. [July 6, 1399].

341. Quit-claim by Thomas Maundevile to John de Stanley of claim to the manor of Blackcastle. [July 14, 1399].

342. Command by Matthew, bishop of Killaloe, to admit the Abbot of Holy Cross to possession of the rectory of Buryesnafearna. [October 23, 1399].

343. Indenture between James, Earl of Ormond, and William Archer regarding a grant of mills in Kilkenny. [October 27, 1399]·

344. Deed by Katherine of Desmond, annulling a gift of rent by James, Earl of Ormond, in the event of their marriage. [December 3, 1399].

345. A roll of fines, probably of the Liberty of Tipperary. [1399-1400].

346. Grant by Geoffrey de Norragh to Walter le Veele of the manors of Norragh and Sketheres. [Circa 1400]

347. Treaties of military retinue between the Earl of Ormond and Muriertagh O’Brenan, and the Earl of Ormond and Geoffrey O’Brenan. [April 11, 1359], [January 20, 1400].

348. Quit-claim by Gilbert Laynagh to John Whyte of lands in Kilcoppe. [February, 1400].

349. Quit-claim by John White to Katherine, daughter of the Earl of Desmond, of all land in Kilcoppe. [March 18, 1400].

350. Grant by Stephen Gogh to James, Earl of Ormond, of rent in Waterford. [March 14, 1400]

351. Letters patent of Henry IV. to James, Earl of Ormond, regarding the dangerous position in which the burgesses of Youghal are. [October 22, 1400]

352. A marriage agreement between James, Earl of Ormond, and Theobald fitzWalter de Burgo. [January 13, 1401]

353. A marriage treaty between James, Earl of Ormond, and Theobald fitzWalter de Burgo. [May 30, 1401].

354. Indenture between James, Earl of Ormond, and Thomas Bradeley, granting the rectory of Callan to the Earl. [February 4, 1401].

355. Letters patent of Henry IV. granting to James, Earl of Ormond, power to acquire lands. [April 10, 1401].

356. Fragment of a court roll of the Liberty of Tipperary. [June 26, 1401].

357. Grant by Anastasia Fowler to Patrick Coterell of land in Insnak and Stamkarthy. [July 20, 1401].

358. Quit-claim by Rosina Cryk to Maurice Cryk of lands in le Morton. [November, 1401].

359. Rental of the borough of Callan made before Maurice Kappagh. [November 28, 1401].

360. Quit-claim by Oliver Bonynge to Thomas Cantewell of the manor of Glangole. . [December 6, 1401]

361. Inquisition taken before William le Botiller, seneschal of the Liberty of Tipperary. [1402-1403].

362. Court Roll of the Liberty of Tipperary held before William le Botiller. [1402-1404].

363. Fines and amercements of the Court of the Liberty of Tipperary. [1402-1406).

364. Grant by Isabella Botiller to John Botiller of lands in Kylmecathill and Rathenys. [January 14, 1402).

365. Grant by Ellena Colle to Geoffrey Coterell of lands in Grana and Shortallestoun. [March, 1402].

366. Indenture between James, Earl of Ormond, and John Corteys regarding a grant to John of Balyntowche. [April, 1, 1402).

367. Indenture between John Houlyn and Patrick Coterell, regarding a grant to Patrick of ‘ le Mortimerslond.[July 20, 1402].

368. Grant by James, Earl of Ormond, to Katherine, daughter of the Earl of Desmond, of the manor of Blakecastell. [August, 1402].

369. Court Roll of the Hundred of New Ross. [1403-1404].

370. Quit-claim by John de Brememgllam to James, Earl of Ormond, of his manors of Hoterath, Laynaghstoun, etc[March 20, 1403).

371. Grants by William O’Dowyng and Isabella Wodystok to Meryk and David Walsch of lands in Cowlraynagh, Cowlhyll, etc., [October, 1402-May, 1403).

372. Quit-claim by Hilary Bosscher to Meryk and David Walsch of land in Kowlraynagh. [May 10, 1403].

373. Grant by Richard Whitesyde to Tlwmas Ballard of land in Kilbleyn. [May 19, 1403].

374. Indenture between James, Earl of Ormond, and Thomas Carach O’Rean regarding grant to Thomas of a site in “Hagardstrete,” in Gowran. [June, 1403].

375. Grant and quit-claim by Humfrey Deveneys to Edward Perers of land in Brounestoun. [June-July, 1403].

376. Deed of attorney by William Ercedekyn for the tenement of Clarath, held by gift of William Ercedekyn. . (August 20, 1403].

377. Notarial instrument made at request of Isabella Lande, relict of Walter Cantewel. [September 15, 1403].

378. Pleas in the Court of the Liberty of Tipperary held before William le Botiller at Clonmel. [February, 1404).

379. Deed of attorney by John Sawtre to place Hugh Stradewy in seisin of land in Ballystollok. [April, 1404].

380. Indenture between James, Earl of Ormond, and William Caussan and William Thomkyn, regarding the lands of the manor of Torvy, etc. [May 16, 1404).

381. Grant by Philip Cryk to Edmund Scadane of lands in Moreton and Balnattyn. [August 29, 1404].

382. Grant in tail by Edmund Scadane tu David Crik of lands in Moreton and Balnattyn. [September 15, 1404].

383. Inquisition taken before Robert Prendergast, Sheriff of the Liberty of Tipperary, at Kildenall. [October, 1404].

384. Grant by James, Earl of Ormond, to Nicholas Wylde of the manor of Blakcastell. [July 28, 1405].

385. Grant by Nicholas Wylde to James, Earl of Ormond, of the manor of Blackcastell. [August 6, 1405].

386. Letters patent of Henry IV. granting to his son Thomas the custody of all lands of the late Earl of Ormond during nonage of the heir. [October 2, 1405].

387. Grant by Thomas McThomasyne Poer to James, Earl of Ormond, of the township of Kilcoull, etc. [September 4, 1406]

388. Account of Nicholas Stokes, Treasurer of the Earl of Ormond, of his rents and issues in the counties Kilkenny and Tipperary. [November, 1405].

389. Letters patent of Henry IV. granting to Robert Haubryk and Nicholas Stokes the custody of the castles of Roscre, Thorles, etc. [January 10, 1407].

390. King’s writ to the Sheriff of Kilkenny. [? 1407]·

391. Letters patent of Henry IV. appointing James, Earl of Ormond, deputy to Stephen de Lescrop, Deputy Lieutenant of Ireland. [December 8, 1407].

392. Grant by Gilbert Dobyn to Meryk and David Walsch of a messuage in Instyok. [1408-1409].

393. Quit-claim by Nicholas Woder to Walter Reske of a messuage in Dublin. [May 11, 1408].

394. Final concord between Walter Reske and Elizabeth fitzOweyn concerning the above messuage. [June, 24- July 8, 1408].

395. Grant by Robert Kynge to John Bryttowne of the town of Kyngystoune. [August 6, 1408].

396. Letters patent of Thomas of Lancaster, Lieutenant of Ireland granting to the Earl of Ormond and his men safe-conduct in coming to his presence. [September 13, 1408)

397. Two deeds (1) Grant by Stephen Pembrok to Robert Schortals of lands in Balyrathyn, etc. [November 15, 1408]. (2) Grant by Nicholas Pembrocque to James Shortals of lands in Ballyyrathyn, etc. [February 12, 1517].

398. Indenture between James, Earl of Ormond, and Thomas fitzMaurice granting to Thomas the manor of Any. [January 31, 1409].

399. Quit-claim by Isabella Wodestok to Meryk and David Walsch of lands in Balyduf and Cowlraynagh. [February 2, 1409].

400. Quit-claim by Johanna Fisse to Robert Kynge of all lands in New Ross. [March 17, 1409].

Taken from: Calendar of Ormond Deeds.  Volume II.  1350-1413
Edited by Edmund Curtis, Littl. D.,
Irish Manuscripts Commission
Published by The Stationary Office, Dublin

Calendar of Ormond Deeds, Vol. II, 1350-1413, List of Deeds 3

LIST OF DEEDS 3 : 201-300
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201. Letter of William Ilger granting to William Lumbard his rights in the constableship of the castle of Kilkenny. (June 11, 1375].

202. Grant by Juliana Botiller to Richard Botiller of land in Kylcowan and Monenethy.”·,
[August 8, 1375].

203. Grant and quit-claim by John de Rupe to James, Earl of Ormond, of all lands in Loghmony and Porthynhywir. [September 6, 1375].

204. Quit-claims by Andrew McShaan to James, Earl of Ormond, of land in Loghmony and Porthynhywyr. [September 8, 1375].

205. Three deeds relating to a grant by James, Earl of Ormond, to Patrick de la Freigne of the manor of the Rowyr in return for military service. [September-December, 1375].

206. Final concord between James, Earl of Ormond, and Andrew McShaan concerning land in Loghmony, Porthynhywyr and Porthenefarne. [October 7, 1375].

207. Notarial deed concerning the claim of …….. wife of Thomas Halseley, to lands in Kilkenny. [October 20, 1375].

208. Quit-claim by Robert Morduc to Henry Veytoun of land in Hugonnestoun and Coldrissagh. [November 8, 1375].

209. Grant by John Veytoun to James, Earl of Ormond, of land in Hugonneston and Coldrissagh. . [November 10, 1375].

210. Quit-claim by Robert Morduc to James, Earl of Ormond, as in Deed 208. [November 20, 1375].

211. Indenture· between Richard Forstall, and Thomas fitzJohn that latter shall marry the daughter of Richard. [January 3, 1376].

212. Deed of attorney of Walter fitzOliver to place James, Earl of Ormond, in seisin of lands in Correstoun. (January 7, 1376].

213. Assize of “Frisca Forcia,” regarding the tenement of Christiana Arlonde in New Ross. [June, 1376].

214. Appointment of James, Earl of Ormond, as Justiciar. [June 24, 1376].

215. Letters patent of Edward III. granting to James, Earl of Ormond, Justiciar of Ireland, power to admit English and Irish to the King’s peace. [August 6, 1376]

216. Quit-claim by Sussanna Fraunceys to James, Earl of Ormond, of land in Melagh and Correstoun. [August 28, 1376).

217. Letters patent of Edward III. concerning the grant of a market in Polrothan to James, Earl of Ormond. [February 6, 1377].

218. Grant by Adam de Sancto Albino to Richard de Sancto Albino of land in ‘le Nywecoillagh.” [March 4, 1377].

219. Indenture of military retinue between James, Earl of Ormond, and William More McBreen. [July 8, 1377].

220. Deed by Thomas Doune, John Perys, etc., admitting themselves bound to pay the expenses of the Earl of Ormond in the county of Wexford. [July 14, 1377].

221. Grant by John Monan to Walter Proute of land in Knocktopher. [October 12, 1377].

222. Deed of attorney by Geoffrey Skreymsour to place Robert, his son, in seisin of land in Shorthaleston. (October 28, 1377].

223. Quit-claim by John Wolfe to James, Earl of Ormond, of claims
In Balymcgylkewan and Laghdyok. [March 12, 1378]

224. Deed of attorney by Thomas Owayn to place Nicholas Broun in seisin of a messuage in Ross. [May 28, ? 1378].

225. Grant by John Tanner to Johanna Tanner of land in Naas. [June 3, 1378].

226. Grant by John Sweteman to Clement Botiller of a messuage in Rosponte. [July 20, 1378J.

227. Grant by Philip Legat to Robert Talbot of part of a messuage in Kilkenny. [August 2, 1378].

228. Remission by William Rede and hard Shortrede, executors, of actions and demands against James, Earl of Ormond. .. [August 4, 1378]

229. Acknowledgment by John Wytton, attorney of the Earl of Stafford, of receipt from James, Earl of Ormond, for royal service. [September 16, 1378]

230. Quit-claim by Richard Cromp to David de la Land of all lands in Crompestoun. [November 24, 1378].

231. Quit-claim by John Cheyne to James, Earl of Ormond of all lands in Inchecoynge, etc. [October 18, 1378].

232. Letter of James, Earl of Ormond, regarding an agreement with Margaret Cheyne. [October 19, 1378]

233. Grant by Robert Calf to John Chamerlyne of lands in Ullird. [November, 1378]

234. Grant by William de Bermingham to Sarra Laynagh of the custody of lands in Balydowenan. (January 14, 1379].

235. Inspeximus by Richard II. of letters patent of Edward III, regarding the castle of Nenagh, etc. [February 24, 1379]

236. Grant by William Venge to Geoffrey Skyrmesour of lands in Shortaleston. [March 28, 1379]

237. “Inspeximus by Richard II. concerning debts due to James, Earl of Ormond, Justiciar of Ireland. [March 9, 1379].

238.. Letters patent of Richard II. concerning accounts of James, Earl of Ormond, for wages of men-at-arms, etc., in the service of the King. [July 1 1379].

239. Quit-claim by William Whyle to Waller Proute of land in Knocktopher. [July 10, 1379].

240. Letter in French by Thomas de Hache, etc., saying that they have surveyed the retinue of the Earl of Ormond. [July 20, 1379].

241. Quit-claim by John Howlyn to Walter Proute of land in Knocktopher. [November 2, 1379].

242. Quit-claim by Walte’r Datoun to James, Earl of Ormond, of lands in Kildras, Correstoun and Metlagh. [December 16, 1379).

243. Three deeds by Thomas le Botiller granting to James, Earl of Ormond, the island called Illane Mollasshe. [December, 1379-May, 1380]

244. Grant by Thomas de Astely to James, Earl of Ormond, of land in Fedmer. [May 20, 1380].

245. Notarial deeds attesting the proceedings of the Archbishop of Cashel’s court. [1380-1381].

246. Letters patent of Richard II. granting to James, Earl of Ormond, lands in Aghbillir. ‘ [June 5, 1380).

247. Indenture between James, Earl of Ormond, and Robert de la Freigne attesting that the Earl has appointed Robert seneschal of his lands in Ireland. [July 10, 1380].

248. Quit-claim by William Folyn to Thomas fitzJohn of all actions. [August 10, 1380].

249. Inspeximus by Richard II. of a charter of John de Barry made to Peter le Botiller. [November 4, 1381].

250. Grants by Thomas de Valle to James, Earl of Ormond, of all lands in le Brittas and Balymakenoun. [January-February, 1381].

251. Command by James, Earl of Ormond, to the Sheriff of the Liberty of Tipperary. . [February 10, 1381].

252. Grant by James, Earl of Ormond, to William Walsh of land in Balscadan. [June 27, 1381].

253. Grant by Gilbert Corteys to Thomas de le Hyde of land in Stamacarthy. [October 18, 1381].

254. Command by James, Earl of Ormond, to the Sheriff of the Liberty of Tipperary. [November 20, 1381].

255. Acknowledgment by John Lukyn and John Everard that they are bound to James, Earl of Ormond. [March 25, 1382]

256. Grant by William Whit to John Coryk of land in Woweynstoun, Tyllaghmayn and Kiltravin. [April 12, 1382].

257. Grant by Robert de la Freynge to Robert Logh of the manors of Dunmore and Lesterlyng. [May 12, 1382].

258. Grant by Robert Logh to Robert de la Freynge of the manors of Dunmore and Lesterlyng. [August 6, 1382).

259. Deed of attorney by William Mody to place Alexander Coterell in seisin of land in Coterelstoun and Oglathestoun. [August 16, 1382).

260. Deed of attorney by Walter Roger to place Adam Colle in seisin of land in Kells. [August 31, 1382].

261. Deed of attorney by Hugh fitzDowy to place John Stakboll in seisin of lands in Balyscolok. [February 23, 1383).

262. Grant by Thomas Rochefort to James, Earl of Ormond, of lands in Aghnyrr. [March 23, 1383).

263. Quit-claim by Patrick Flattesbury to James, Earl of Ormond, of land in Clyntounescourt. [June 6, 1383].

264. Quit-claim by John Underhyll to Robert Kyng of a garden in New Ross. [June 10, 1383].

265. Notarial deed concerning the surrender by Robert Loukyn to James, Earl of Ormond, of his estate in all manors belonging to the Earl’s father. (August 22, 1383].

251. Command by James, Earl of Ormond, to the Sheriff of the Liberty of Tipperary. . [February 10, 1381].

252. Grant by James, Earl of Ormond, to William Walsh of land in Balscadan. [June 27, 1381].

253. Grant by Gilbert Corteys to Thomas de le Hyde of land in Stamacarthy. [October 18, 1381].

254. Command by James, Earl of Ormond, to the Sheriff of the Liberty of Tipperary. [November 20, 1381].

255. Acknowledgment by John Lukyn and John Everard that they are bound to James, Earl of Ormond. [March 25, 1382].

256. Grant by William Whit to John Coryk of land in Woweynstoun, Tyllaghmayn and Kiltravin. [April 12, 1382].

257. Grant by Robert de la Freynge to Robert Logh of the manors of Dunmore and Lesterlyng. [May 12, 1382].

258. Grant by Robert Logh to Robert de la Freynge of the manors of Dunmore and Lesterlyng. [August 6, 1382).

259. Deed of attorney by William Mody to place Alexander Coterell in seisin of land in Coterelstoun and Oglathestoun. [August 16, 1382) .

260. Deed of attorney by Walter Roger, to place Adam Colle in seisin of land in Kells. [August 31, 1382].

261. Deed of attorney by Hugh fitzDowy to place John Stakboll in seisin of lands in Balyscolok. [February 23, 1383).

262. Grant by Thomas Rochefort to James, Earl of Ormond, of lands in Aghnyrr. [March 23, 1383).

263. Quit-claim by Patrick Flattesbury to James, Earl of Ormond, of land in Clyntounescourt. [June 6, 1383].

264. Quit-claim by John Underhyll to Robert Kyng of a garden in New Ross. [June 10, 1383].

265. Notarial deed concerning the surrender by Robert Loukyn to James, Earl of Ormond, of his estate in all manors belonging to the Earl’s father. [August 22, 1383].

266. Letters patent of Richard II. concerning homage to be done by James, Earl of Ormond, for his lands. [November i6, 1383].

267. Two deeds by Elizabeth Darcy, countess of Ormond, to her son James, Earl of Ormond, concerning rents and lands in Turvey in Fyngall. [December, 1383].

268. Pleas of assize held before Milo Assik, deputy of the Seneschal of the Liberty of Tipperary, at Clonmel. [January, 1384].

269. Grant by John Laffatw to John Laffane of half the manor of Lathcragh and rents in Bowleke. [January 10, 1384].

270. Grant by Walter de Sando Albino to Robert de la Freigne of part of the manor of ‘le Chalagh.’ .1 [February 2, 1384].

271. Letters patent of Richard II. granting to James, Earl of Ormond, the custody or lands in Knockgraffon. [February 3, 1384].

272. Letters patent of James, Earl of Ormond, to Richard Walsh, Treasurer of the Liberty of Tipperary. [February 26,1384].

273. Grant by Robert de la Freigne to Adam Tobyn of land in ‘le Irahssboly.’ [June 30, 1384].

274. Deed by William Furlong concerning grant to Ralph Gayng of land in Fynmore. [April 4, 1385].

275. Quit-claim by Matilda Lyve to Philip Roth of land in Berkleyestoun. [January 16, 1386].

276. Grant and quit-claim by Walter Fyll to James, Earl of Ormond, of all lands in Madokestoun and Kilmoran. [September 28, 1386].

277. Grant by Walter de Walle to David de Walle of land in Carryg. [October 6, 1386].

278. Grant and quit-claim by William de Sancto Albino to James, Earl of Ormond, of land in Moyclere. [January 4, 1387].

279′. Grant by Andrew Poer to Stephen Gogh of rent in lands in county Waterford. [February 22, 1387].

280. Deed by Andrew Power to Stephen Gogh concerning the above grant. [March 6, 1387].

281. Quit-claim by Patrick de la Freigne to James, Earl of Ormond, of lands in tIe Rowyr: [March 8, 1387].

282. Quit-claim by Richard de Valle to James, Earl of Ormond, of land in Bellaghdirr. (June 12, 1387]

283. Quit-claim by john de Blanchevyll to the Abbot of Jerpoint of ‘le Nywemede’ [March 6, 1388].

284. Quit-claim by Robert O’Baydd to Thomas Forestall of lands in Kylbrenyn and Kylleghan. [April 8, 1388].

285. Letters patent of James, Earl of Ormond, granting pardon to Robert; Prendirgast. [May 19, 1388].

286. Deed of attorney by Nicholas Cogan to place Richard Walsh in seisin in Croan, Dangeynmore, etc. [June 23, 1388].

287. Letters patent of Richard II. with regard to the inheritance of Kilkenny Castle, etc. [July 24, 1388].

288. Grant by Henry Lang to Thomas Seys, etc., all his lands in Jerpoint and Gowran. [October, 1388].

289. Grant by John Baroun to John Lowys of a messuage in Clonmel. [November 11, 1388].

290. Grant by John Dyer to David fitzHenry of a water mill in Inchemcquethyr. . [May 27, 1389].

291. Letters patent of Richard II. concerning the grant by him to John de Stanley of the manor of Blackcastle. [August 23, 1389].

292. Grant by Alexander, bishop of Meath, to Edward Perers of lands in Callan. [December 1, 1389].

293. Quit-claim by Robert Graas to Walter Coterell of land in Kiltravyn. (January 7, 1390).

294. Grant by Walter Coterel to Adam Col of all lands in Kells, etc. (February 3, 1390].

295 Indenture between James, Earl of Ormond, and Walter Clow, granting to Walter the wardship of lands in Ballygaveran. [April 20, 1390)

296. Letters patent of Richard II. granting to James, Earl of Ormond, the manors of Donoghda and Rathtrone. [May 4, 1391].

297. Deeds touching the alienation of Kilkenny Castle, etc., by Hugh le Despenser. [September, 1391-December, 1393].

298. Quit-claim by Matilda de Valle to Christiana Maydewell of land in Mynourestoun. . [October. 15, 1391].

299. Quit-claim by Johanna Schirbourne to Peter Schyrbourne of all her lands in Kynder Corbaly. [March 20, 1392].

300. Grant by Nicholas le Poer to Patrick and John le Poer of lands in Donfynnane, Ballyheyn and Balyhee. [April 6, 1392].

Taken from: Calendar of Ormond Deeds.  Volume II.  1350-1413
Edited by Edmund Curtis, Littl. D.,
Irish Manuscripts Commission
Published by The Stationary Office, Dublin

Calendar of Ormond Deeds, Vol. II, 1350-1413, List of Deeds 2

LIST OF DEEDS 2 : 101-200
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101. Quit-claim by William Crispyn to Richard de Valle of lands in Carrickmagriffin. [June 19, 1364].

102. Deed of attorney by William Mody, etc., appointing a bailiff to receive seisin of lands in ‘ le Corbaly.’ [August 5, 1364].

103. Indenture between Thomas de Shuldham and Richard Moynge concerning lands in Kilblethyn. (August 12, 1364].

104. Letters patent of Edward III. granting timber to James, Earl of Ormond. [October 6, 1364}.

105. Indenture between James, Earl of Ormond, and William Puccok attesting grants by the Earl of rents from Knokffaygh, etc. [November 6, 1364].

106. Grant of Liberties by James, Earl of Ormond, to the Abbey of Holy Cross. ; [December 12, 1364].

107. Grant and deed of attorney by William Crispin to place Richard de Valle in seisin of land in Carrickmagriffin. [December 23, 1364].

108. Quit-claim by Richard de Valle to William Crispin of land in Cullawan. [December 23, 1364].

109. Account of debts of James, Earl of Ormond. [1365].

110. Inquisition taken at Kells before Roger de Plesset (?). [January 3, 1365].

111. Pleas held at Clonmel before Thomas le Botiller, seneschal. [February 8, 1365].

II2. Pardon by Edward III. to James, Earl of Ormond, of all seditions, etc., for which he stands indicted. [April 24, 1365].

II3. Letters patent by Edward III. granting to William IIger the manors and towns of Tankareston, Betteston, etc. [May 10, 1365].

114. Deed of attorney by Humfrey Drule to place Christina Arlond in seisin of a house in Rosponte. [July 13, 1365].

115. Grant by William Ilger to James, Earl of Ormond, of the manors and towns of Tankareston, etc. [August 23, 1365].

116. Grant by Richard Moygne to Henry Kepagh of all lands in Kilblethyn, etc. [October II, 1365].

117. Final concord between William Tirrell and Nicholas McBuk concerning a messuage, etc., in Sonyngestoun. [December 29, 1365].

118. Indenture between James, Earl of Ormond, and William Holywod attesting grant of land in Hayeston. (February 24, 1366].

119. Quit-claim by John de Sancto Leodegario to John Coterel of lands, etc. in Kiltram, Crokeresgragh. [March 20, 1366).

120. Grant and deed of attorney by Thomas de Roos granting part of the manor of Inchecoigne to William de Bampsterly. [May 2. 13661.

121. Quit-claim by Richard de Valle, etc., to James, Earl of Ormond, of all right in the lands, etc., of the Earl in Carrickmagriffin. [July 20, 1366]

122. Richard de Valle and other burgesses of Carrickmagriffin, grant to James, Earl of Ormond, that he shall not be elected to the office of reeve, etc., in said town. [July 20, 1366).

123. Liberties granted to Carrickmagriffin by James, Earl of Ormond and Carrick: [July 20, 1366)

124. John Whyt admits himself bound to James, Earl of Ormond, in royal service. [July 26, 1366).

125. Deed of attorney by John O’Beth to place Christina Arlonde and her son in seisin of land in Rosponte. [September 17, 1366]

126. Indenture between James, Earl of Ormond, and John de army, granting to John the custody of the castle of Arklow. [October 26, 1366].

127. Quit-claim by John Attewall, lately constable of the castle of Wicklow, to James, Earl of Ormond, of all actions and demands. [December 14, 1366].

128. Grant by James, Earl of Ormond, to Geoffrey Roth Purcell of part of the manor of Corketene. [December 16, 1366].

129. Grant by Thomas Broun to Walter Coterel of land in Kells. [January 10, 1367].

130. Grant by David le Bar to Walter Coterel of land in Kells. [March 20, 1367].

131. Quit-claim by John Roth Cantewell to James, Earl of Ormond, of all actions and demands. [April 20, 1367).

132. Quit-claim by John Laung to Geoffrey de la Launde of all his right in Ketyneston, [May 3, 1367].

133. Indenture between James, Earl of Ormond, and William Warnel enfeoffing William in lands in Torvy. [August 10, 1367].

134- Grant and deed of attorney by Thomas de Veer, Earl of Oxford, to place James, Earl of Ormond, in seisin of the manor of Inchekun and the town of Youghal. [October 24, 1367].

135. Inspeximus by Edward III. of a record made before the Treasurer and Barons of the Exchequer. [November 12, 1367].

136. Deed of attorney by John Severne to place Cristine Arlonde in seisin of land in Rosponte. [March 14, 1368).

137. Grant and quit-claim by John Barentyn to James, Earl of Ormond, of land in Overk. [March-April, 1368]. ,

138. Inspeximus by Henry VII. of the enrolment of letters patent of Edward III. granting rent in Waterford to James, Earl of Ormond. [April 14, 1332J, [April, 1368], [January, 1498].

139. Quit-claim by Olivia Gondewyn to John Fyll of land in Madokystoun, etc. [May 8, 1368].

140. Grant and quit-claim by Robert fitzRobert de Carnalwy to Robert de Loghteburgh of land in Dublin. [June I, 1368].

141. Deed of attorney of Nicholas Coventre to place Cristina Arlonde in seisin of land in Rosponte. [September 17, 1368].

142. Grant by Thomas O’Malgarf to John Worgan, of land in Balidurthyn. [November 13, 1368].

143. Deed of attorney of Robert Gosse to place Stephen Broun in seisin of the manor of BalymCclade. [January 8, 1369].

144. Indenture between James, Earl of Ormond, and Nicholas le Poer granting to Nicholas the lands of Fynnagh and Femolyn. [January 11, 1369].

145. Grants and quit-claim by Robert Tybtot to John Hankyn of the manor of Inchecoigne and Youghall. [February 14, 1369).

146. Grant by John Coterel to William Mady of lands in county Kilkenny. [February 23, 1369].

147. Grant by Walter Walshe and Philip Flemyng to Richard Baret of the manors of Moreton, Carrigroghanmore and Doundrynan. [March 30, 1369J.

148. Letters patent of Edward III. regarding an assize of Novel Disseisin. (April 16, 1369].

149. Quit-claim by Johanna and Mabina Moygne to Henry Kepagh , of lands in Kilblethyn. (April 25, 1369].

150. Grant by Henry Kepagh to Sibilla de Shuldham of lands in
Rilblethyn. [May 13, 1369].

151. Grant and deed of attorney by John Hankyn to place James, Earl of Ormond, in seisin of the manor of Inchecoigne. [October 14, 1369).

152. Quit-claim by Griffin Coterell to William Mody of lands in Kilkenny. [October 24, 1369].

153. Acknowledgment by James, Earl of Ormond, of receipt of accounts from William Crispyn, treasurer of Kilkenny. [December 31, 1369].

154. Quit-claim by Patrick Wodloke to John Brymyngham of all lands in Ross. [Circa 1370].

155. Grant by William de San eta Albino to Richard de Saneto Albino of land in ‘le Oldquoillagh.’ [March 31, 1370]

156. Four deeds regarding a grant to James, Earl of Ormond, and reconveyance by him to Philip Beche and Henry Danyell of the manor of Cloncurry. [April-October, 1370]

157. Grant by John Worgan to Thomas fitzJohn of all lands in Corstoun and Brantestoun: [May 3, 1370].

158. Deed of attorney by James, Earl of Ormond, to receive seisin of land in Leynathistoun. [May 31, 1370].

159. Grant and quit-claim by Sosanna Fronceys to James, Earl of Ormond, of land in Leynaghestoun. [May-June, 1370].

160. Quit-claim by Walter fitzOliver to James, Earl of Ormond, of land in Laynaghestoun. [June 6, 1370].

161. Grant by Sinolda Semplond to Thomas de Leverstoun of land in Tristeldermot. [September 28, 1370]

162. Letters patent of Edward III. regarding the enfeoffment of James, Earl of Ormond, in the lands of Robert de Typtot. (November 5, 1370).

163. Grant by Patrick Hay to Philip Ketyng of a messuage in Clonmel. (November 30, 1370).

164. Letters patent of William Sandhull arranging for payments by the Earl of Ormond. (December 3, 1370].

165. Letters patent of Edward III. granting permission to James, Earl of Ormond, to found a house of the Brothers of Jerusalem. [January 12, 1371].

166. Final concord between Walter Coterel and Griffin Kilboll con- cerning a messuage, etc:, in, Kells. [February, 1371]

167. Three deeds by William de Sandhull concerning the grant to James, Earl of Ormond, of half the manor of Polrothan. , (April-May, 1371]

168. Quit-claim by Gilbert Mareys to James, Earl of Ormond, of the lordship of Polrothan. (May 3, 1371]

169. Grant and quit-claim by Walter Forister to Thomas Taylour of a messuage in Knocktopher. [May 31, 1371).

170. Quit-claim by William de Carrew to James, Earl of Ormond, of all lands in Fynwagh and Fymolyn. [July 1, 1371).

171 Quit-claim by Peter Comynge to James, Earl of Ormond, of the manor of Polroan. (August 5, 1371].

172. Grant and deed of attorney by Walter Tabard to William Mody of land in Stamacarthy. [August 19, 1371}.

173. Grant by John de Bermyngham to James, Earl of Ormond, of rent in Knockgraffon and Kylteuenan. [October, 1371].

174. Quit-claim by Thomas de Roos to William of Hampsterley of a fourth part of Inchecoigne, etc. [October 1, 1371).

175. Quit-claim by John Cod de to James, Earl of Ormond, of the manor of Polrothan. [January 14, 1372).

176. Writ by Edward III. to the Constable of Dublin Castle regarding Richard and Meiler de Burgo. (February 3, I372J.

177. Quit-claim by Walter and Peter de Cantewell to James, Earl of Ormond, of lands in Tholllonyn and Rynskeghyn. [March 12, 1372).

178. Acknowledgment by James, Earl of Ormond, of receipt of accounts from William Cissor, the Earl’s treasurer. (March 16, 1372).

179. Grant and deeds of attorney by William de Hampsterley to place William de Wyndesore in seisin of part of the manor of Inchecoigne. (March 18, 1372]

180. Grant by William de Karlele to James, Earl of Ormond, of rent in le Yoghill. (March 18, 1372].

181. Grant by William de Queryntoun to John Deverous of land in Loghmetheran. (May 30, 1372).

182. Grant by David O’Thothyll to Richard de Sando Albino of land in ‘le Old Colaygh.’ (June 6, 1372].

183. Quit-claim by Henry Albon and Clemens Lowelok to the Abbot of Jerpoint of land in Bowlek. [August 7, 1372).

184. Quit-claim by Margaret de Typetot to James, Earl of Ormond, of all lands in Inchecoyng and Yoghill. [October 1, 1372].

185. Quit-claim by Walter fitzOliver to Geoffrey Walshe of land in Melagh and Saundrestoun. (March 21, 1373].

186. Acknowledgment by William de la Rokele of receipt of money from James, Earl of Ormond. [January 13, 1374].

187. Grant and deed of attorney by Edmund Mortimer, Earl of March, to place Ralf Beltisford, etc., in seisin of lands in Inchecoigne and Ie Youghull. [February 6, 1374).

188. Agreement between Isabella Roche and John Ie Gras concerning Land in Clonreynauth. [February 16, 1374).

189. Notarial deed with regard to a marriage between John, lord of Kerry, and Johanna, daughter of the Earl of Ormond. [May 31, 1374].

190. Three deeds by Geoffrey Walshe concerning grant of Melagh and Sandrestoun to James, Earl of Ormond. [June-July, 1374).

191, 192. Fines taken before the Seneschals of the Liberty of Tipperary. (Circa 1374-1389].

193. Assizes at Clonmel before’. Walter Lenfaunt, Seneschal of the Liberty of Tipperary. [November 3, 1374].

194. Grant by Alexander, bishop of Ossory, to the Abbot of Jerpoint of the rectory of Blanchevillestown. (August 12, 1374].

195. Quit-claim by Walter fitzOliver to James, Earl of Ormond, of Melagh and Saundrestoun. [September 13, 1374).

196. Quit-claim by Edmund le Poer to James, Earl of Ormond, of the manors of Dombryn and Grenagh. [November 13, 1374].

197. Acknowledgment by Robert de Preston of receipt of rent from Walter Coterel. [November 14, 1374].

198. Three deeds concerning a grant by Walter fitzOliver to James, Earl of Ormond, of lands in Correstoun. [January, 1375], (May, 1434].

199. Letters patent of Edward III. granting to James, Earl of Ormond, the manors of Dounbryn and Grenhagh. [February 6, 1375].

200. Letters patent of Edward III. granting to James, Earl of Ormond, leave ‘to make a mine in his lands. [February 12, 1375].

Taken from: Calendar of Ormond Deeds.  Volume II.  1350-1413
Edited by Edmund Curtis, Littl. D.,
Irish Manuscripts Commission
Published by the Stationary Office, Dublin

Calendar of Ormond Deeds, Vol. II, 1350-1413, List of Deeds 1

LIST OF DEEDS 1 : 1-100
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1. Quit-claim by John fitzStephen to Nicholas fitzHugh of land in Stamacarthy. [January 9, 1351].

2. Grant by Walter Mansel to Peter fitzHugh 0(1 land, etc., in Stamacarthy. [January 20, 1351].

3. Grant by James, Earl of Ormond, to Adam fitzPeter of the lordship of Clarach, etc. I [April 10, 1351].

4. Grant by Patrick de Lalaunde to David de Lalaunde of land in Crompistown. [April 24, 1351].

5. Grant by John Clewyn to Patrick de Lalaunde of Balifunchyn. . [Circa 1351].

6. Grant by Gilbert Chaumberleyn to William his son of land in Huddestoun. [May 3, 1351]

7. Grant by Thomas Bate to William Coterel of land in Kells. [June 27, 1351]

8. Letters patent of Edward III. to Thomas fitzMaurice, Earl of Desmond, commandinhim to be intendent to James, Earl of Ormond. [July 6, 1351].

9. Grant by Maurice and John fitzMaurice to William Coterel of land, etc., in le Corballi. [October 29, 1351]

10. Quit-claim by William Goer to Richard Dodde of the manor of Donagh. [November 4, 1351]

11. Four deeds concerning the grant of land in Dufrayth to David le Poer Blakeman, and of rents to Richard and Adam Blakeman. [April, 1352]’

12. Quit-claim by William fitzThomas to David fitzThomas of land in Corgothyt. [June 8, 1352]

13. Deed of attorney by Thomas Harold to place John Cliston in seisin of land in Huddeston. [July 30, 1352].

14. Agreement between the Abbot of Holy Cross and Malachy and Donal O’Mohran regarding the land of Athsannoythit. (August 5, 1352].

15. Quit-claim to John Barrenteyn. [November, 1352).

16. Grant by James, Earl of Ormond, to Thomas Le Botiller of the manor of Clonlaynan. (December 26, 1352).

17. Grant by William Coterel to David Baret of land in le Corbali. (March 25,.1353].

18. Power of attorney by David Baret, etc., to receive seisin of land from William Coterel. (March 26, 1353).

19. Grant by Nicholas fitzMatthew to Henry de Ryddelesford of land called ‘le Mocheporte.’ [April 13, 1353).

20. Quit-claim by Maurice fitzMaurice to William Coterel of all his right in Corbaly. [May 2, 1353].

21. Grant by Bartholomew Laffan to Simon de Cantewell of land in ‘le Pollagh.’ [August 26, 1353).

22. Treaty between James, Earl of Ormond, and Alan O’Maghra, granting to Alan ‘le Rathyns’ in Clandonoal. [March 14, 1354].

23. Five deeds relating to grants by Johanna Hudde of lands in Huddeston to John Cliston, and grants by Thomas Harold to Johanna Hudde. [1354-1356].

24. Grant by David fittzHugh to Thomas fitzHugh of annual rent from Rathgulbi. [August 7, 1354).

25. Eight deeds regarding grants by Stephen de Marreis of half the manor of Polrothan to William de Sandhull. (June, 1355].

26. Grant by Patrick fitzOliver to Thomas fitzHugh of rent in Carricknemokelagh, etc. (July I, 1355].

27. Deed by Anne la Despenser appointing Roger de Euwyas her attorney to receive the accounts of her bailiffs, etc., in Ireland. (August 5, 1355]·

28. Grant by David Barret, etc., to William Coterel of land in le Corbaly. (August 3, 1355)

29. Grant by Walter Daniel of Kells to Richard Engewyn of all claim to land which he has in le Corbaly. [August, 1355].

30. Indenture between Anne la Despenser’ and Roger Ewyas regarding lease of her lands-in Ireland. [August 26, 1355].

31. Grant by Walter Roger to Walter Coterel of land in Kells. [October, 1355].

32. Inspeximus in 1405 of letters patent .of Edward III. relative to the prise of wines in Ireland. [December 5, 1355]. [March la, 1372].

33. Agreement of retinue between James, Earl of Ormond, and Oliver Howell. [May 9, 1356].

34. Treaty between James, Earl of Ormond, and Rory O’Kennedy, chief of his nation. [May 16, 1356]’

35. Treaty between the Earl of Ormond and Mahon O’Kennedy. [June 2, 1356]

36. Agreement of retinue between the Earl of Ormond and Donough McNamara. (June 3. 1356]

37. Agreement of retinue between the Earl of Ormond and Richard de Burgo. [July 16, 1356].

38. Treaty between the Earl of Ormond on one side, and Geoffrey Roth Purcell and O’Kathyll on the other. [August I, 1356]’

39. Agreement of retinue· between the Earl of Ormond and Geoffrey son of John le Poer. [September I, 1356].

40. Indenture between James, Earl of Ormond, and Edmund le Botiller concerning the manor of Weyperous. [September 2, 1356].

41. Quit-claim by John de Druhull to Maurice Purcel of rent in Aghnirle. [October 4, 1356].

42. Grant by Richard Roger to John Taillur of a messuage in Kilkenny. (November. 3, 1356]’

43. Agreement between James, Earl of Ormond, and Thomas Talbot appointing the latter constable of the castle of Arklow. [March 20, 1357).

44. Deed of attorney by Thomas fitzHugh to place Walter fitzOliver in seisin of lands in Leynagheston. [April 14, 1357].

45. Quit-claim by Patrick de la Freygne to the Earl of Ormond of lands, etc., in ‘le Rowyr.’ [May 6, I357].

46. Indenture between James, Earl of Ormond, and Esmon O’Kennedy [June 10, 1358].

47. Quit-claimby Thomas de Lees to the Earl of Ormond of rights of action, debt, trespass, etc. [December 12, 1358].

48. Indenture between the James, Earl of Ormond, and Brian O’Kennedy. [December 13, 1358.

49. Roll containing records of the Earl of Ormond’s Liberty Court. [April, 1359].

50. Agreement between Richard Dodde and Richard de la Rokelle that the former shall aid the latter’s claim to lands in Dounnmore, etc. [February, I, 1359].

51. Letters patent of Edward III. To James, Earl of Ormond, Justiciar of Ireland, regarding removal from office of Justices and Barons of the Exchequer.’ [February 15, 1359].

52. Grant by John Darderne to Henry Darderne of messuages in Kilkenny. [May 11, 1359].

53. Indenture attesting the delivery: of royal letters by John Brikyn at the command of the Earl of Ormond. [May 18, 1359].

54 Letters patent of Edward III. granting to James, Earl of Ormond, Justiciar, power to receive English and Irish to the King’s peace. [July 20, 1359].

55. Indenture between Richard Dodd on one side and John and Roger Botiller on the other conveying to the latter, land in ‘le Corragh.’ [December, 1359].

56. Grant by Philip Leysse to Nicholas Bryttan and Christine his wife of land in Rosponte. [.Circa 1360].

57. Deed of attorney by Thomas Drule to place Nicholas Bryttoun in seisin of a garden in Rosponte. [January 29, 1360].

58 Quit-claim by Michael Fleming to Geoffrey de la Launde of all his claims in Balymetheran, etc’. [February IS, 1360].

59. Deed of attorney by John Lenglys to place William Ilger, etc., in seisin of land in ‘le Malure. [April 2, 1360].

60. Grant by James, Earl of Ormond, to Edmund le Botiller of the manor of Weyperous. [April II, 1360].

61. Indenture between James, Earl of Ormond, and Richard de Burgo attesting that Richard and his kin shall inflict no damage upon .the Earl. [April 18, 1360).

62. Quit-claim by Edmund le Botiller to James, Earl of Ormond, of the manor of Rower. [April 29, 1360].

63. Four deeds relative to grants by William de Falwesleye, etc., to James, Earl of Ormond, of lands in Inyshmcneill and Inysherther. [August 20, 1360].

64. Indenture between James, Earl Of Ormond, and David and Henry Roche regarding the grant by the Earl of lands in , Ie Rowyr.’ [September 21, 1360).

65. Grant by Geoffrey Hamunde and Johanna ‘le Ferrour’ to Walter Forster of land in Cnoctoffre. [September 24, 1360).

66. Quit-claim by William Ilger to James, Earl of Ormonde, of Inysmcneyl and Inyserther. [October 4, 13601.

67. Grant by John fitzRobert to William Coterel, etc. of land in Stamacarthy. [October 5, 1360).

68. Grants of the Island of Malure in County Waterford, and BlackcastIe in county Meath. [1322-1372).

69. Quit-claim by William Boscher to Henry Kyng of land in Dergary. [March 20, 1361].

70. Two deeds relating to grant by William Don to Sousana Franceis of lands in Leynacistone. [May 3, 1361).

71. Deed of attorney by William Boscher to place Henry King in seisin of land in Dergary. [March 28, 1361).

72. Quit-claim by John de Mongoniar to John de Rocheford of land in Stassathene. [April I, 1361).

73. Letter of Gerald fitzMaurice concerning grant of rent by William Folyn in Shermanesrath, [May 18, 1361).

74. Indenture between James, Earl of Ormond, and Rory O’Kerwyll concerning William O’Kerwyll, a hostage. [June 8, 1361]

75. Quit-claim by Bernard de Valle to James, Earl of Ormond, of land in Carrickmagriffin. [July 28, 1361]

76. Deed . of attorney by Oliver fitzStephen to place Raymond Wallys in seisin of Lotheran. [August 12, 1361].

77. Grant by Thomas Stapiltun to the Abbot of Holy Cross of the right to go through his lands in Fertin with horses, carts, etc. [September 30, 1361].

78. Quit-claim by Richard Quatwyn to William Coterel of lands in Corbaly. [November 16, 1361].

79. Grant by William Mody to William Coterel of lands in Boly,
Insnak, etc. [November 28, 1361].

80. Deed of attorney by Philip Leysche to place Nicholas Bryttoun in seisin of a garden in Rosponte. [December 17, 1361.)

81. Grant in tail by Nicholas Broun to Richard de Shirbourne of lands in Kynder Corbaly and Ballisalagh. [February 19, 1362].

82. Indenture relating to grant by James, Earl of Ormond, to Richard Hygrene of the manor of Bagodesrath. [April 10, 1362]

83. Final concord between William Coterel and John fitzJohn, concerning a messuage, etc., in Kilry. [May 9, 1362].

84. Grantlby Paul le Botiller to John Michel of lands in Tybirwolik, Kylmekahell, etc. [May 10, 1362].

8S. Grant by Geoffrey de la Freygne to Patrick de la Freygne of the manor of Kilmanan. [May 16, 1362].

86. Grant by John Michell and Adam Walsh to Paul le Botiller of the manor of Tybyrwolik. [May 22, 1362].

87. Letters patent of Edward III. granting to James, Earl of Ormond, lands in Fynnagh and Faymolyn. [October 3, 1362].

88. Grant by Griffin Landefey to JamesEarl of Ormond, of a messuage in Carrickmagriffin. (October 22, 1362].

89. Letters patent of Edward III. granting to James, Earl of Ormond, the manors of Corketen, Loghny, etc. [October 3, 1362].

90. Indenture between James, Earl of Ormond, and Geoffrey Roth Purcell, attesting grant to Geoffrey of the manor of Corketen and Okurryn. [November 24, 1362).

91. Indenture between Geoffrey de la Laund and Maurice Devenisshe attesting grant to Maurice of part of manor of Brounestown. [April 30, 1363].

92. Confirmation of the liberties of Sumertoun near Callan. [May 9, I3631.

93. Grant by the provost and community of Carrickmagriffin to William Onel. [Circa 1364].

94. Grant by Walter Noungyl to John de Bath of land in Athbillir. [1364].

95. Nine deeds relative to the manor of Drumdoweny. [January-April, 1364].

96. Grant by William Haket to the Abbot of Holy Cross of the rectory of Burgagenefarne. [March 9, I364).

97. Deed by William Haket admitting David, Abbot of Holy Cross, to the rectory as above. i [March 23, 1364).

98. Acknowledgment by Bernard de Sancto Albino of receipt from James, Earl of Ormond, of eleven marks. [March 27,1364].

99. Grant by James, Earl of Ormond, to his son Ralph of the manor of the Rowyr. [April 16, 1364].

100. Quit-claim by William Onel to Richard de Valle of land in Carrickmagriffin. [May 7, 1364].

Edited by Edmund Curtis, Littl. D.,
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Pointing out the paths to be pursued, and the projects to be aimed at in order to make the pages of ‘The Celt’ “National, Catholic, Interesting and Progressive,” Campion wrote: “In the first place, the ribald literature of England is to be swept away – with all its unnatural and defiling pabullum of extravagant romance and sensual abandonment. In the next place, the attempt to denationalist the Irish people by drowning the memories of the sacred past, and tempting to a mean and ignoble future, is to be anticipated, met and resisted.”

Campion threw himself heartily into the work of making ‘The Celt’ a thoroughly Irish magazine, and when it ceased publication, his literary activities continued for many years afterwards.

He wrote a life of Michael O’Dwyer, the Wicklow insurgent, and several historical tales for the Irishman and Shamrock. As a young man he took an active part in the public life of his native city, and was for some years a member of the Corporation. This notice of his marriage appears in the “Kilkenny Journal” of the 29th January, 1862 : “Married on the 27th inst. At St. John’s Catholic Church in this city, J. T. Campion, Esq, T.C. (‘The Kilkennyman’); to Miss Colclough, niece of Kenny Scott of this city, and daughter of the late Bagenal Colclough of County Wexford.”

Though he became a Licentiate of Apothecaries Hall in 1838, Campion did not get registered as a medical man until the 11th October, 1860.

He acted as Hon Secretary to the John Banim Memorial Committee in Kilkenny in 1853.

Campion practised as a doctor in Dublin for many years. He lived at No. 34, Grosvenor Road, Rathgar, and was admitted to Simpson’s Hospital, a charitable Dublin institution on the 1st of November 1892. He died there on 30th December 1898, and was buried in Glasnevin Cemetery. No monument marks his final resting place. The cemetery register records that he died of old age.

On his death certificate his age is given as 86 years, and he is described as a widower. There was no obituary notice in any Dublin newspapers and he appears to have been forgotten long before he died.

Of Campion, John O’Leary, acknowledging his services to the Irish People, wrote: “Whatever he may or may not have been, he was at least always Irish of the Irish”

Dr. John Thomas Campion wrote one famous poem and that is ‘Ninety-Eight’

Dr. Robert Cane

Dr. Robert Cane, who was born in Kilkenny in 1807, was a prominent member of the Repeal Association and of the Irish Confederation. He was educated in Dublin, qualified as M.D. in 1836, and spent the rest of his life in Kilkenny, where he practised his profession and took an active part in national affairs.


He became a member of the Corporation and filled the office of Mayor on two occasions. Following the suspension of the Habeas Corpus Act in July, 1848, he was imprisoned for some months, and his second election to the Mayoral chair followed at the first available opportunity after his release as an expression of the citizens\’ appreciation of his national character.

He founded the Celtic Union in 1853, and in 1857 edited its organ, \’The Celt,\’ the first number of which appeared on the 1st August, 1857. In the Prospectus of the Journal, Cane wrote:- \”Men loving Ireland, and everything Irish; have long felt the want of a cheap periodic home literature – a literature, whose price will not embarrass its circulation, and whose aim should be to have its pages suited to all classes, and its contents redolent of Nationality. The Managing Committee of the Celtic Union have resolved to issue such a work, and keeping its editorship under their own care, promise that it shall be Irish, Celtic, Catholic and Progressive.\” The journal ceased publication for a time after Cane\’s death, which occurred on the 17th August 1858, in his 52nd year. He was buried in his native city.

Emigration and Education Statistics, 1931, Co. Kilkenny

Conntae Chille Coinnigh’


Boundaries and Dimensions

Kilkenny an inland county in the province of Leinster is bounded on the north by the Queen’s county (Laois), on the east by counties Carlow and Wexford, on the south by county Waterford, and on the west by county Tipperary. Its greatest length, north and south from the bend of the river Suir, west of Waterford city to the north of the county at the village of Clogh (Clough) is 45 miles ; and its greatest breadth from near Graiguenamanagh on the east to the western boundary is 23 miles.

Name and Former Divisions

Like many other Irish names, Kilkenny derives its name from a church, founded here by St. Canice and called Cill-Chainnigh, who was Abbot of Aghaboe, Queen’s county (Laois), and who died in 598. The ancient kingdom of Ossory embraced nearly the whole of the county. Hy Duach was the old name of the barony of Fassadinin. Hy Bercon, nearly co-extensive with the barony of Ida, gives its name to the town of Rosbercon. Other portions of this barony were called Igrine and Ui Deaghaigh. The barony of Iverk represents the old district of Hy Erc. On the banks of the river Nore are two spots famed in story, one of these is Arget-Ris, or the Silver Wood, where one of the early kings of Ireland made silver shields for his followers ; the other is Rathbeagh, where Eber and Remon, the two first of the Milesian kings built a fort in which they were afterwards buried.

Physical Features

Minerals: The baronies of Fassadinin and Gowran contain a large coalfield, which may be worked some day at considerable profit. The great central plain is mostly limestone, and around Kilkenny City there are large areas of black marble, which is extensively quarried. Kilkenny marble is much used for monumental and architectural purposes.

Mountains: The county may be described as rather hilly than mountainous. A considerable portion is high upland without any distinguishing peaks. Brandon Hill (1,694 feet), near Graiguenamanagh, is the highest peak in the county. The Castlecomer or Slievenamargy Hills are in the Barony of Fassadinin, and in the northern portion of the Barony of Gowran. The Booley Hills are in the Barony of Iverk. South of Kilkenny City and east of the river Nore extends a large tract of undulating ground.

Rivers: – The river Nore flowing from Co. Laois, runs nearly south past Ballyragget, Kilkenny and Thomastown before it joins the river Barrow, 2 miles above New Ross. The river Barrow, from Carlow, forms the eastern boundary of the county for nearly 36 miles before it enters the river Suir. The Suir flowing from the west, forms the southern boundary for about 23 miles to its junction with the Barrow. The Nore has several tributaries, the principal of which are the Owveg, which joins it above Ballyragget; and the Dinin on which stands Castlecomer town; the Coolcullen, the Muckalee and the Clogagh are tributaries of the river Dinin. The Nuenna, flowing by Freshford ; the King’s river by Callan and Kells, with their smaller additions, the Munster and the Owbeg, and the Glory river are also tributaries of the river Nore. The Little Arrigle and the Arrigle flow into it on either side of Thomastown. The smaller tributaries of the river Barrow are the Monefelim and the Powerstown river, which join it near Gowran. The Tributaries of the river Suir are the Lingaun, which forms the boundary for 7 miles, and the Blackwater, on which stands Mullinavatt. The Pollanass joins the Blackwater near the last-named town.

Lakes: A small lake called Lough Cullen, near the Waterford boundary, is the only one of any extent in the county.

ANALYSIS OF THE CENSUS FOR COUNTY KILKENNY. Comparative statistics (1821-1926)


Year

Males

Females

1821
88,463 93,483

1831
93,977 99,709

1841
99,114 103,306

1851
76,493 82,255

1861
60,317 64,198

1871
52,965 56,414

1881
48,971 50,560

1891
43,468 43,793

1901
40,095 39,064

1911
38,551 36,411

1926
37,033 33,932

The maximum population of the county was attained in 1841, and from that period there was a continued decline. Comparing the census of 1841 with that of 1926, there was a total decrease of 131,430 persons of 64.9 % of the population in 1841.

Families and Houses, 1926

The number of families in the county was 12,555, the average number in each family being 4.5. The number of Inhabited houses was 14,824, showing an average of 4.8 persons to each house. The special inmates of Public Institutions are omitted from these calculations.

There were in the county 9,732 Occupiers or Heads of Families, who were in occupation of less than five rooms, being 77.5% of the total for the county. Of these 366 or 2.0% of the families in the county occupied one room : 2,092, or 16.6%, two rooms ; 3,156 or 25.1%, three rooms; and 4,118, or 32.8%, occupied four rooms.

There were in the county 194 tenements in which the room had only one occupant ; 125 cases where the room had two, three or four occupants ; 39 cases in which there were five, six or seven occupants and 8 cases where the occupants of one room exceeded seven in number, including 1 case where there were ten persons and 1 case where twelve persons, occupied the same room.

Birthplaces of the Inhabitants

Of the population in 1926, 85.14%, were born in the county, 12.91%, in other counties in the Republic of Ireland, 0.37% in Northern Ireland, 1.08% in Great Britain, and 0.5% were born abroad.

Religious Professions (1861-1911)

Figures are Per cent of the Total population for the year at the top of the column

RELIGIONS, 1861-1911(% of population)


Religion

1861

1871

1881

1891

1901

1911

Presbyterian
0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.21 0.28

Church of Ireland
4.8 5.1 5.0 4.75 5.03 4.48

Roman Catholic
94.9 94.5 94.6 94.81 94.53 94.97

Methodist
0.1 0.1 0.1 0.15 0.14 0.10

Others
0.0 0.1 0.1 0.09 0.09 0.17

IRISH SPEAKING (1861-1911)


No. of people

1861

1871

1881

1891

1901

1911

Irish only
198 316 35

Irish & English
14,005 6,424 9,210 3,933 3,568 3,264

Irish Total
14,203 6,740 9,245 3,933 3,568 3,264

% of population
7.4 0.6 14.3 4.5 4.5 4.4

EMIGRATION (1861-1911)

1861 1871 1881 1891 1901 1911
34,010 12,338 9,133 13,247 4,835 3,401

Aglish Parishioners, Co. Kilkenny, 1851

This article features 250 names of Aglish, Co. Kilkenny parishioners from the year 1851.


Barry Kate
Barry Margaret
Barry Michael
Barry Patrick
Barry Richard
Brennan Anty
Brennan John
Brennan Kate
Brennan Margaret
Brennan Mary
Brennan Michael
Brennan Patrick
Brennan Richard
Broders Joany
Connolly Anty
Connolly Ed.
Connolly James
Connolly Joany
Connolly Johanna
Connolly John
Connolly Nancy
Connolly Patrick
Cummins Anty
Cummins William
Delahunty Alice
Delahunty David
Delahunty Ed.
Delahunty James
Delahunty John
Delahunty Mary
Delahunty Richard
Doherty John
Doherty Kate
Doherty Mary
Doherty Richard
Doherty William
Doody Alice
Doody Anty
Doody Ed.
Doody Edmund
Doody James
Doody Johanna
Doody John
Doody Margaret
Doody Mary
Doody Margaret
Doody Nora
Doody Peter
Doody Richard
Doody Thomas
Doody William
Doolan Ann
Doolan Kate
Doolan Margaret
Doolan Mary
Doolan Nora
Doolan Patrick
Doyle Anty
Doyle Ed.
Doyle Honor
Doyle Joany
Doyle Johanna
Doyle John
Doyle Kate
Doyle Margaret
Doyle Mary
Doyle Patrick
Doyle Thomas
Doyle Walter
Doyle William
Farrell Ed.
Farrell Margaret
Farrell Patrick
Farrelly Nancy
Fennelly John
Fennelly Mary
Fennelly Patrick
Fennelly Thomas
Fewer Alice
Fewer Anty
Fewer Bridget
Fewer Ed.
Fewer James
Fewer Joany
Fewer Kate
Fewer Margaret
Fewer Mary
Fewer Richard
Fewer Thomas
Fewer Walter
Fewer William
Grant Anty
Grant Ellen
Grant John
Grant Judy
Grant Kate
Grant Margaret
Guinan Nicholas
Hanlon Anty
Hanlon Ed
Hanlon Joany
Hanlon John
Hanlon Kate
Hanlon Thomas
Irish Bridget
Irish Nicholas
Keefe Anty
Keefe Ellen
Keefe Jane
Keefe Joany
Keefe John
Keefe Judy
Keefe Kate
Keefe Margaret
Keefe Mary
Keefe Peter
Keefe Richard
Keefe Robert
Keefe Samuel
Keefe Thomas
Kelly Anty
Kelly Daniel
Kelly Ed.
Kelly James
Kelly Joany
Kelly Johanna
Kelly John
Kelly Judy
Kelly Kate
Kelly Martin
Kelly Mary
Kelly Peter
Kelly Thomas
Kelly Willaim
Maher Margaret
McDonald Bridget
McDonald Ed.
McDonald Ellen
McDonald Mary
McDonald Richard
Merry Ellen
Miller Alice
Miller James
Miller Kate
Miller Margaret
Miller Mary
Miller Robert
Miller Thomas
Miller William
Murray Ed.
Murray John
Murray Kate
Murray Margaret
Murray Mary
Neill Ann
Nolan John
Nolan Kate
Nolan Mary
Nolan Nancy
Nolan Patrick
O’Hara ??
Pender Mary
Phelan Andrew
Phelan Bridget
Phelan Ed.
Phelan Ellen
Phelan Joany
Phelan John
Phelan Judy
Phelan Kate
Phelan Margaret
Phelan Mary
Phelan Michael
Phelan Nelly
Phelan Patrick
Phelan Peter
Phelan Richard
Phelan Thomas
Phelan Walter
Phelan William
Power John
Power Kate
Quilty Ellen
Quilty Mary
Quilty Robin
Quinn Anne
Quinn Anty
Quinn Bridget
Quinn Ed.
Quinn Edmund
Quinn James
Quinn Joany
Quinn Johanna
Quinn John
Quinn Kate
Quinn Margaret
Quinn Mary
Quinn Michael
Quinn Nora
Quinn Thomas
Quinn William
Quirk Ellen
Quirk James
Quirk Mary
Quirk Thomas
Reddy Ellen
Reddy John
Reddy Mary
Reddy Samuel
Reddy William
Reilly Kate
Walsh Alice
Walsh Ally
Walsh Ambrose
Walsh Ann
Walsh Anty
Walsh Betty
Walsh Bridget
Walsh Ed.
Walsh Edmund
Walsh Ellen
Walsh James
Walsh Joany
Walsh Johanna
Walsh John
Walsh Kate
Walsh Laurence
Walsh Margaret
Walsh Maria
Walsh Mary
Walsh Mary
Walsh Michael
Walsh Nicholas
Walsh Nora
Walsh Patrick
Walsh Peter
Walsh Philip
Walsh Rebecca
Walsh Richard
Walsh Thomas
Walsh Walter
Walsh William
Walsh? Geoffrey
?Walsh Nora

Presbyterian (Seceders) Synod, 1833: Congregation Index