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[4qd-bannvalley] Glebe Allotment
Sorry, my chart did not work out! Will try and do it
in another format tomorrow.
From 4qd-bannvalley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Fri Apr 21 16:25:11 2006
From: 4qd-bannvalley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Barbara Braswell)
Date: Fri, 21 Apr 2006 08:25:11 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: [4qd-bannvalley] Allotment of Glebes in barony of Loughinsholin [c.1624]
Here it is again. Perhaps Richard can save it to file
for all to view.
Allotment of Glebes in barony of Loughinsholin
Glebes to be allotted to the several parishes in the
barony of Loughinisholen in the diocese of Dery.
Incumbent: Robert Hogg, Clerk - To Kilreagh, wherein
(with 6 balliboes of grangeland) are contained 13
balliboes -- 3/4 of Killemuck lying in the parish of
Tawlaught O Croyly.
To Disert Martin, wherein are balliboes 21 -- 1
balliboe called Drom'ore lying in the parish of Disert
Martin and 1/4 of Killemucke lying as aforesaid in the
parish of Tawlaught O Croyly
Incumbent: William Tegart, Clerk - To Termonany alias
Mullahanry, containing 5 balliboes -- 1/2 of Gortenure
lying in Killalaughy.
To Killcronohan containing 19 balliboes -- 1 balliboe
called Dromfawne lying in the parish of Killcronahan.
Incumbent: Gilbert Sutton, Clerk - To Ballineskrene
containing 28 balliboes -- 1 balliboe called Banharan
[?Donarnon] lying in the parish of Ballineskrene and
1/2 and 1/8 of a town called Drom'nenahin in the
parish of lyssan, which instead of Donreahe and
Rosemenary is held as glebe.
Incumbent: Oliver Mather, Clerk - To Tawlaught O
Croyly containing 18 balliboes -- 1 balliboe called
Killegulbe lyibg in the parish of Tawlaugh O Croyly.
To Killelaughy containing 8 1/2 balliboes -- 1/2 of
Gortenure lying in Killalaughy.
Incumbent: Thomas Tonne, Clerk - To Magheragh
containing 32 2/3 balliboes -- 2 balliboes, viz
Ballinehone lying in the parish of Magheragh and
ballinepecketra in the parish of Tawlaught O Croyly.
To Ballineskullin containing 10 balliboes -- 1/2 a
balliboe called Monestahane lying in the parish of
Tawlaught O Croyly.
Source: Ellis MS 41 from "The Bishopric of Derry and
the Irish Society of London 1602-1705" [p 144].