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Upper Clandeboye and other territories

County Down

1540-1609


March 3, 1543
King's letter addressed to the Lord Deputy and Council, in which the King disapproves of the view of the revenue and charges transmitted to him as imperfect, and requires another more full and accurate and amongst others, orders, inquires what is the value of the lands of Claneboye, and whether it would be expedient to grant them to Neill Connelaghe, nephew of the Earl of Tyrone, agreeably to the petition of the said Neill; and instructs the Lord Deputy to assure Neyle that, doing his duty as be hath done, the King would extend his grace and favour in such sort towards him as should be both to his honor and profit; specifies the wages of George Carey, and that he should have two horsemen able to serve, and ready at the commandment of the Deputy.
[Calendar of the Patent and Close Rolls of Chancery in Ireland of the Reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary and Elizabeth (Dublin, 1861), Vol. I, p. 99]

May 8, 1552
Book by Sir Thomas Cusake, Lord Chancellor, sent to the Duke of Northumberland. Present state of Ireland. In Claneboy is one Moriertaghe Dulenaghe, one of the Neills, who hath the name as Captain of Claneboy, but he is not able to maintain the same; he hath eight tall gentlemen to his sons and all they cannot make past 24 horsemen. There is another sept in that country of Felim Bacagh's sons, tall men, which taketh part with Hugh M'Neill Oge, till now of late. The same Hugh was preyed by Marshal Bagenall, who has made preys upon other of those confines for the same. The said Hugh went to Colla M'Donnell (Connell) who landed with 140 bows.
[Calendar of State Papers relating to Ireland 1509-1573 (London, 1860), Vol. I, p. 126]

February 14, 1553-4
Pardon to Roland or Ravelyn Albenaghe Savage, of the county of Arde, son of Patrick Savage, late seneschal of Arde.
[The Ninth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1877): Appendix to Ninth Report, p. 62, no. 32]

December 23, 1566
Commission to Rowland White, of the Duffren, gent; to execute martial law, to execute martial law in the country or county called Downe, with power to search out, after the order of martial law, all disorders committed in the county, and on finding any persons to be felons, rebels, enemies, or notorious evil-doers, to punish them by death or otherwise. This power not to extend against any having 40s. a-year freehold, or £10 in chattels, or any of honest name, unless taken in the act or duly convicted. With power also to treat with rebels and enemies, and for that purpose to grant safe conducts, and to conclude good orders with them under the instructions of the lord deputy.
[The Eleventh Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1879): Appendix to Eleventh Report, p. 148, no. 979]

May 20, 1567
Pardon to Conatius M'Neyle Oighe, of Clanboye, in Ulster, gent.
[The Eleventh Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1879): Appendix to Eleventh Report, p. 161, no. 1160]

1567
Commission to Barnaby Scurlock, Lucas Netterville, and Richard Dillon, to enquire, by the oaths of good and lawful men, what manors, houses, lands, and tenements Gerald, late Earl of Kildare, father of Gerald, the then Earl, held or possessed in the county Down and the Ards.
[Calendar of the Patent and Close Rolls of Chancery in Ireland of the Reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary and Elizabeth (Dublin, 1861), Vol. I, p. 376, no. 92]

October 8, 1568
Articles between the Lord Deputy Sydney and Sir Brian M'Felim Bacagh and Brian Carragh, for building, a bridge over the ford at Belfast, to cut passes, defend wood-cutters, protect shipping, &c., on the delivery of the castle and manor of Belfast.
[Calendar of State Papers relating to Ireland 1509-1573 (London, 1860), Vol. I, p. 391]

March 3, 1569
Sir W. Fytzwylliams to Ceill. A piece of great good service done by Capt. Pers, Capt. Cheston, Robert Holmes, and the horse under Capt. Basenett, in overthrowing 400 Scots with certain Irish, near to a castle in Claneboy, of Sir Brian M'Felim's, called Castlereagh, being from Knockfergus in the way towards Dublin about ten miles, and three miles or thereabouts from Belfast. Desires a copy of a certain book of reckonings delivered to Arnold at his being in Ireland. Might must have money.
[Calendar of State Papers relating to Ireland 1509-1573 (London, 1860), Vol. I, p. 403]

June 20, 1569
The Lord Deputy and Council to William Piers, Seneschal of Claneboy; requiring him to pay to Rowland White the sum of £40 rent out of the lands of the Dufferin, but which he (the seneschal) refused to pay, alleging that John White, of Balregan, and William Blackney, of Rykenhoe, claimed the lands in question, and he, therefore, was doubtful to whom he should properly pay his rent.
[Calendar of the Patent and Close Rolls of Chancery in Ireland of the Reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary and Elizabeth (Dublin, 1861), Vol. I, p. 531]
May 4, 1570
Commission to William Piers, esq., seneschal of Clannyboy, sir Brian m’Phelim, knt., the mayor of Carickfergus for the time being, captain Thomas Cheston, gent., Robert Munckoman provost marshal, and Thomas Stephenson, burgess of Carikfergus; to survey and make enquiry into the countries or territories of Arde, as well this side Blackstafe as the other side, Copelande islands the Dufferin, Clandeboy, Kilultoghe, the Glynes with the RaughIines, Momerie, and Carie, the Rowte M'William (M'Quillan), and all lands between lough Coine and longh Eaghe, and the water of Strangforde and the Banne, that are not shire ground, or are doubtful to what shire they belong; to limit and nominate them a shire or county ; to divide them into countries, barony or hundreds, or to join them to any existing shire or barony and to certify their proceedings to the lord deputy with all convenient speed.To certify their proceedings before the 1st August.
[The Eleventh Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1879): Appendix to Eleventh Report, p. 231, no. 1530]

July 29, 1570
Pardon to Hugh M'Gennies, of Raferilan, chief of his nation, in the co. Down, Donald M'Brien, of Mirahe, Arthur oge, of Loughbricklin, Donald M'Rasse, of Loughekernan, gentlemen, Cormock modder O'Kelly, horseman, and Phelim Magennies, gent., all of the co. Down, provided that within six months they appear before Commissioners and give security to keep the peace and answer at sessions when called upon in Ulster. Signed 18 June.
[The Eleventh Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1879): Appendix to Eleventh Report, p. 238, no. 1583]

November 7, 1570
Lease, under commission, 26 September, ix., to John Sanky, gent.; of a new castle, containing two chambers and a cellar, a hall covered with straw, nine cottages covered with earth within the precinct of the castle in Aghekhork, co. Down, the lands of Aghekhork, Agheymulragh, Dromore, Portynele, Cloneleggagh, Ballebowrne alias Bowryn, little Korrokes, great Korrokes, Karricke Emysteyoke, Balledesselan, Ballemakhowhe, Ballerussell, Tawnaghenry, Agheeghy, Knockberagh, Balleryogh, Ballenemoney, Dromrey, Moyoganon, and Dromseske, co. Down, all in the barony of Legan in the country called M'Gennys, in the queen's hands by act of parliament. To hold for 21 years, at a rent of £9 0s 3d. Maintaining two horsemen. Not to alien without license, and not to charge coyn. Fine £9.
[The Eleventh Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1879): Appendix to Eleventh Report, p. 242, no. 1609]

December 28, 1570
Lease, under commission. [20] Sept., ix., to Gerald, earl of Kildare: of the rectories of Downe, Beally, Dunsford, Ballckehuylter, Rathmullen, and Bright alias Bratten in Lecayle, co. Down; Drumkath, Rathkhalte in M'Cartan's country, Dromkholyn in Eveagh in M'Genny’s country, Leyrge in M'Cartan's country called Kynnaleertie, Shenkyll in Clonebuy, and Bailefoynneragh in Ardee, in the co. Down, and appropriated to the late monastery of S. Patrick in Downe: the rectories of S. Evod in M'Cartan's country named Kynnaleerty, Killarny and Rynchune alias Portmukke in Bryan M'Felym's country in Clanebwy, same co., Tamplekawy in Ardee, same co., appropriated to the late monastery of Inche in Downe; the rectories of the Grange in Ardee, Clontagh in Dyfferans, same co., and Dellebe in the isle of Man, appropriated to the late monastery of Sawle in Downe, and the rectory of Colmany in Clanebuy under the government of the said Bryan, same co., appropriated to the late house of nuns in Downe. To hold for 21 years; rent £45 Is. 6d; £27 15s. 8d. for the premises in Lecayle, £6 16s. Od, for the spiritualities of S. Patrick's, £6 for Inche, £4 for Sawle, and 10s. for those of the nunnery. Not to alien except to a person of English nation.—28 Dec, xiii. Injured. (1570).
[The Twentieth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1888): Appendix to Twentieth Report, p. 24, no. 1659]

November 30, 1572
Pardon to Donill ONeill, son of Pheloney ruffe Eugene or Owen ONeill and Con ONeill, brothers of Donill, Donogh M'Morghe, son of Phelone modderie M'Morghe, Carbri M'Shane. Murtaghe M'Shane, his son, Brien M'Shane, Tirlagh M'Shane, Hugh M'Shane, Nelanus or Neill M'Shane and Brien M'Shane, sons of Hugh, Henry M'Shane, Brien OFegan, Art M'Morghe and Donogh M'Morghe, sons of Eugene, Manus M'Morghe and James M'Morghe, sons of Edmund, Jame M'Morghe, son of Bernard, Bernard M'Morghe, son of Patrick, Gilleduf M'Morghe, Arte OFegan, Hugh ODonill, Phelom bane M'Morgh, Pheloim modderre M'Murghe, Donatus M'Morghe, son of James, Edmund OCone, Cowle OCone, son of Edmund, Pbelom OCone, Gerald M'Mahon, Fardoghe OCone, Edmund OCone, Owen M'Graney, Donogh M'Graney, Arte ONeill, Carbri M'Morghe, Gerald M'Shane, Owen M'Shane, Collowe M'Shane, Hugh M'Cardell, Collowe M'Cardell, Tirlagh M'Cardell, son of James, Philip M'Cardell, Manus M'Cardell, Brien O'Neil, Cowil M'Cardell, Neil M'Glasney, Cowle M'Shane, Henry revum or ravus M'Shane, Henry M'Brien, son of Phelom, Shane more Woreagh, Donatus or Donald duf OMoregan, Arte m'Shant OCone, Henry ONeill, and Donald ONeill, sons of Phelom niger. Fine £26 13s. 4d. 30 Nov., xv.
[The Twentieth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1888): Appendix to Twentieth Report, p. 82, no. 2172]

December 10, 1572
Pardon to Edmund m'Prior M'Gynnesse, of the co. Down, gent.
[The Twentieth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1888): Appendix to Twentieth Report, p. 82, no. 2179]

October 24, 1576
Pardon to Nicholas Fitz Symon and Tho. Fitz Symon, of Kilclefe, co. Down, gent.; who escaped from the gaol of Crakfergus, co. Antrim, to which they had been committed by Wm. Pers.
[The Twentieth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1888): Appendix to Twentieth Report, p. 191, no. 2908]

June 15, 1577
Pardon to Edm. Savadge alias Fardoragh m’Senishall, of Little Ardes, Co. Down, Patr. Boye Savadg, Robert roo Savadg, James m’Genicoke Savadg, and Rich. M’Owen, of the same place, gentlemen.
[The Thirteenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1881): Appendix to Thirteenth Report, p. 36, no. 3059]

April 2, 1578
Pardon to Neile O Neile m'Brien fertagho, of Great Arde in Ulster, Edm. m'Ever m'Brien m’Hugh boy O Neil, of same, Gilgrome O Neile m'Brien m'Hugh boy, of same, Brien Neile m'Henry m'Hugh boy, of same, and Owen m'Edra. Gilmurr, of same. At the suit of capt. Piers.—2 Apr., xx. (1578).
[The Thirteenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1881): Appendix to Thirteenth Report, p. 64, no. 3220]

August 4, 1578
Pardon to Patr. Fitz Symon, of Husseyeston, Co. Down, gent., Geral Fitz Symon, of Kyntagh, same co., Jenycok Savadg, Rob. Savadg, and Patr. Savadg, gentlemen. Security.
[The Thirteenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1881): Appendix to Thirteenth Report, p. 91, no. 3401]

October 18, 1583
Surrender by Huge Magneisse, of Raphrylan, Co. Down, knt.; of the whole country of Iveaghe, and the lands of Raphrilan, the Narrowe water, Loughbreclyn, Corgirry, Deyne, Loghan, Clare, Ballelaghe, Myra, Dyrry, Loghaghrye, Begnive, Dycovead, Ballyrony, Clanbarde, Ryaghe, Castellwellan, Ballaghbege alias Shyleke, and Ballywolinge, in that country, Co. Down.
[The Thirteenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1881): Appendix to Thirteenth Report, p. 251, no. 4218]

July --, 1585
Pardon to Nich. Russell, of Killoghe, John Russell, of Iland Mucke, and Patr. M'Gilrosker, of Bright, in co. Down. Dated [blank] July, xxvii. (1585).
[The Fifteenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1883): Appendix to Fifteenth Report, p. 123, no. 4760]

September 15, 1585
Pardon to Redmund alias Gilduf Fitz Symon, of the county Down, horseman; for the slaying of Earn. Savadge, kern. Dated 15 Sept., xxvii.
[The Fifteenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1883): Appendix to Fifteenth Report, p. 128, no. 4762]

November 18, 1585
Lease (under commission, 17 Jan., xxvi), to Rice ap Hughe, provost marshal; of the tithes of Holmegrange, parcel of the rectory of Holmegrange, parcel of the possessions of Hore Abbey alias Leighe alias Jugo Dei in Arde, co. Downe, the tithes of Ballylurkegan and Corballye, parcel of the rectory of Ballylurkegan, parcel of the possessions of the monastery of Bangar in Cloneboye, in Bryan fertaghe's country, co. Down, the tithes of Clonnyfe, Ballylagkyn, and Ballyletyn, over and beside the third part belonging to the several vicarages, parcel of the rectory of Clonnyfe in Eveaghe, co. Down. To hold for 21 years. Rent, £5 5s. 10d. Dated, 1 Nov., xxvii. Dated 18 Nov., xxviii. (1585).
[The Fifteenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1883): Appendix to Fifteenth Report, p. 135, no. 4788]

March 24, 1587
Surrender by Con m'Neale oge, knt.; of the lordship of Castlereaghe, co. Down. "Sr. Con his marke." Dated 24 March, xxix (1586-7).
[The Sixteenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1884): Appendix to Sixteenth Report, p. 25, no. 4984]

March 30, 1587
Grant (under queen's letter, 20 Jan., xxvii.) to Con m'Neale oge, of Castlereaghe, knt.; of the manor or lordship of Castlereaghe, co. Down, and all lands and hereditaments belonging to it, surrendered by him by his deed (see 4984), the lands of suppressed abbeys excepted. To hold for life, remainder to Hugh Neale, his reputed son, in tail male, remainder to the heirs male of the body of Con forever. To hold by the service of one knight's fee. Rendering yearly 250 beeves at the Newrye. He shall answer all hostings with 60 kern and 12 horsemen, armed, with victual for 40 days. If required he shall find and maintain 60 soldiers instead of the payment of beeves. He shall have a moiety of the goods of felons, and of amerciaments, waifs and strays, within the premises. He shall be free of all other composition and exactions (saving the queen's prerogative). He shall not alien for longer term than life or 21 years on pain of forfeiture. Dated 30 March, xxix. (1587).
[The Sixteenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1884): Appendix to Sixteenth Report, p. 25, no. 4985]

June 6, 1587
Commission to Walter Nangle, sheriff of Downe; to execute martial law in that county.
[The Sixteenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1884): Appendix to Sixteenth Report, p. 30, no. 5008]

September 28, 1587
Commission to sir Hugh Magenys, knt. ; to execute martial law, jointly with the sheriff of Down; in his country of Iveagh. Dated 28 Sept., xxix.
[The Sixteenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1884): Appendix to Sixteenth Report, p. 40, no. 5044]

March 30, 1588
Pardon to Hewigh M'Gynnes, knt. Not to include murder, intrusion into crown lands, or debts to the crown. Dated 30 March, xxx. (1588)
[The Sixteenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1884): Appendix to Sixteenth Report, p. 67, no. 5163]

April 4, 1588
Pardon to Hugh M'Eavore, Ferdoraghe M'Evore, of Dondrom, Robert Trewman, Francis Piggott, Edmund M'Prior, Con m'Arte m'Brian M'Arte, of Dondrom, Philip duffe m'Edmunde m'Shane, Patrick m'Phelim m'Mauus M'Kartan, Phelim duffe m'Edmunde m'Shane M'Kartan, Patrick m'Edmonde m'Shane M'Kartan, George FitzSymons, of Dublin, and Thomas Rogers, of Downe, co. Down.
[The Sixteenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1884): Appendix to Sixteenth Report, p. 67, no. 5164]

September 28, 1588
Livery to Patrick Savadge, lord Savadge of the little Ardes, co. Down, son and heir of Rowland Savadge, late lord Savadge ; of his lands of Balliporteferrye, Ballyburde, Ballyhenrye, Ballyherlye, Ballym'kinyshe, Ballicorrogge, Ballidirrye, Ballicam, Ballyrussell, Balliblacke, Ballitollomcrewe, Bally knockmeller, Ballymarter, Ballysoner, Ballytawraghe, Ballytussillye, Ballyconton, Ballyldogge, Balligarviger, Ballynekerter, Ballytollynecarton, Ballyfoineraghe, Ballybranigan, Ballydonyvill, Ballytolleborde, and Ballynicholl, co. Down, held by the service of supplying 4 horsemen and 14 footmen for the wars in Ulster. Fine £50 English. Dated 28 Sept. xxx. (1588)
[The Sixteenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1884): Appendix to Sixteenth Report, p. 86, no. 5264]

July 16, 1590
Appointment of Nelanus m'Brien fertagho O Neale, to be captain of the country of the Upper Clandeboy in Ulster. Dated 16 July, xxxii. (1590)
[The Sixteenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1884): Appendix to Sixteenth Report, p. 86, no. 5264]

December --, 1590
Pardon to Hugh Magenisse, knt., Ivor Magenisse, Mourtagh Magenisse, Brian oge Magenisse, John Magenisse, Rorie m’Con Magenisse, Art m'Rosse Magenisse, Edm. Oge m'Arte oge Magenisse, Mourtagh m'Edm. oge Magenisse, Edm. oge m'Donnell m'Brian Magenisse, Glasnie and Brian m'Donnell m'Brian Magenisse, Dermot oge M’Cowley, Brian m'Brian m'Shane carragh, Shane oge m'Brian m'Shane carragh, Patr. Oge and Hugh m'Brian m'Patr. M'Hugh, Brian modder M'Brian, Phelim M'Brian, Ferdorragh M'Gnesse m'Phelim M'Prior, Hugh m'Rosse Magenisse, Patr. m'Phelim duff M'Cartan, Hugh oge m'Phelim duff M'Cartan, Shane oge O Doran, Patr. oge O Doran m'Shane oge, Redmund O Doran, Phelim duff O Doran m'Redmund, Manus O Doran m'Redmund, Dwalltagh O Doran m'Patr. oge, Patr. oge M'Gilroie, Phelim buoy M'Gilroie, Gillegroome, Arte, Tirlagh, and Donnell M'Gilroie, Patr. roe O Collo, Murtagh Barlinaugh O Collo, Tirlagh oge Downylye, Aghowlie M'Crosman, Patr. more M'Quiggen, Phelim m'Mourtagh M'Quiggen, Arte m'Donnell carraugh M'Quiggen, Patr. oge m'Patr. More M'Quiggen, Tirlagh m'Arte m'Donnell carragh M'Quiggen, Manus M'Quiggen, Owen M'Quiggen, Laughlen oge O Rorie, Rorie M'Conwall, Edm. m'Tirlagh M'Conwall, Gilduff M'Conwall, Hugh moile O Morgan, Cormock modder O Kellie, Owen carragh O Kellie, and Brian boye Kellie, in co. Down. Dated (blank) Dec, xxxiii. (1590)
[The Sixteenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1884): Appendix to Sixteenth Report, p. 150, no. 5523]

October 25, 1591
Pardon to Rowland Savadge, of Lisbane, horseman, Henry Savadge, of Castleboy, in the little Ardes, James Hadsor, and Gilleduf M’MeMarry, of same, horsemen; co. Down.
[The Sixteenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1884): Appendix to Sixteenth Report, p. 168, no. 5590]

February 8, 1591-2
Pardon to Nyse duff m'Owen reogh, Donogh bane m'Owen reogh, Nele oge M'Eleownane, Henry M'o lattie, Donogh boy M'Eleownane, Owen M'Eleownane, Doole M'Eleownane, Patr. M'Eleownane, Gillecriste M'Eleownane, Owin M'Eleownane m'Gillepatrick, Tho. Walshe, of Portfery, Donogh m'Donogh m'Doole M'Eleownan,Gillaspick M'Eleownane, Molmury M'Eleownane, Owin m'Colla M'Gorneghane, Nich. m'Collae M'Gorneghane, Donell sallagh M'Gorneghane, Wm. m'Rob. oge M'Gorneghane, Brien eveally m'Rob. oge M'Gorneghane, Doole M'Gillavearnoge, Ever oge M'Gillavearnoge, Dwaltagh m'Owen m'Doole M'Alexander, Alexster m'Colla M’Alexster, Brian M'Mony, Owin M'Mony, Randall m'Nyse M'Saworly, Colla M'Enookery, Patr. M'Many, Alexster m'Toole m'Gillaspick oony, Donell boy M'Cressogane, and Colla m'Sowrly M'Alexster. Security in co. Down. Dated 8 Feb., xxxiv. (1591-2)
[The Sixteenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1884): Appendix to Sixteenth Report, p. 202, no. 5703]

June 27, 1596
Pardon to Chr. Russell, of Castlebrighte, co. Down, gent. Provided that he appear and submit himself before the queen's commissioners or keepers of the peace who for the time being shall be assigned in the said county, at the next general sessions, and be sufficiently bound with convenient sureties, to keep the peace and to answer and personally appear in all sessions held in the county when called to satisfy the demand of all the queen's subjects according to justice. Provided also that this pardon shall not extend to pardon any murder, or any intrusion upon possessions of the crown, or release any debt, fine of alienation, account or arrears payable to the crown. Date injured. Lord deputy's warrant dated 27 June, xxxviii.
[The Seventeenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1885): Appendix to Seventeenth Report, p. 36, no. 6008]

[....], 1600
Pardon of Glasney M'Onghley, Edmund M'Conwell, Rory Magenis, Manus Magenis, Nicholas Fottrell, and Owen M'Qnwell, in the county of Downe. No date. [Incomplete.]
[Calendar of the Patent and Close Rolls of Chancery in Ireland from the 18th to the 45th of Queen Elizabeth (Dublin, 1862), Vol. II, p. 562]

June 9, 1602
Pardon of Thady O'Brian, of the Newrie, in the county of Down. Dublin.
[Calendar of the Patent and Close Rolls of Chancery in Ireland from the 18th to the 45th of Queen Elizabeth (Dublin, 1862), Vol. II, p. 625]

June 9, 1602
Pardon to Taddeus or Teig O Brian, of the Newerie, co. Down, gent. Intrusions on crown lands and debts to the crown excepted.
[The Seventeenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1885): Appendix to Seventeenth Report, p. 82, no. 6656]

November 22, 1602
General Pardon of Rowland Savage, of the Little Ards (le parva Ardes), in the county of Down; Patrick Savage, Owyne Savage M'Fordorogh, Redmond Oge Savage, Owen Savage FitzGeorge, Robert Hazore, Nicholas Hazore, Owen M'Namara, Owen Savage M'James Oge, Hugh M'Namara, Gilleduffe M'Namara, Owen Duff M'Namara, Gilleduffe M'Namara M'Brien, Owen Apraye, yeoman; Patrick Apraye, John Apraye, George Hazore, Patrick Hazore, Hugh Apraye, James Oge M'ltem Apraye, Thomas M'ltem Parry, Brian Grony M'ltem Parry, Nicholas Meriman O'Hellyny O'Marrie, Gillereogh O'Marrie, Thomas Walsh, of Knockfergus; Gilleduffe Magran, of the Ards, priest; Edward O'Flinne, Knoghor M'Namara, Emanuel Deaxe, Edmund O'Flynne, Laurence Magyan, and Gilladuffe M'Namara M'Breen. Dublin.
[Calendar of the Patent and Close Rolls of Chancery in Ireland from the 18th to the 45th of Queen Elizabeth (Dublin, 1862), Vol. II, p. 628]

November 22, 1602
General Pardon of Patrick Savage, of the Little Ards; Rowland, his brother; Richard Savage FitzRichard, George Savage Fitzpatricke, Patrick Savage FitzEdmond, Henry Savage FitzEdmond, Rowland Savage FitzEdmond, Henry Savage FitzRichard, Rowland Savage FitzEdmond, Henry Savage FitzWilliam, David Smith FitzDavy, Henry Smith FitzDavy, Patrick Smith FitzGiliduffe, Owen Smith FitzGilliduffe, Henry Smith FitzGilligromy, Art FitzGilliduffe, Dowaltagh Smith FitzGilliduffe, Rory Smith FitzRichard, Hugh Smith Fitzpatrick, Edward M'Donnell M'Gilliconnell, Edward Oge M'Gilliconnell, Owney Savage FitzEdmondes, Jenkine, his son; Arte Grony Smith FitzRichard, Jenkine Smith FitzRourie, Onie Smith FitzFardoragh, Moris FitzSimons Obikine, Walter FitzSimons FitzRichard, James FitzSimons FitzGerald, Obikine FitzSimons FitzNicholas, Richard FitzSimons FitzRedmond, Jenkin FitzSimons FitzWilliam, Henry Bane FitzSimons FitzRedmond, Richard FitzSimons FitzWilliams, William FitzSimons FitzGilligromy, Henry FitzSimons FitzGilligromy, Edward Duffe FitzSimons FitzGillegromy, Morris FitzSimons FitzGerrett, Gerret Bane FitzSimons FitzPeirs, John Duffe FitzSimons FitzJenkin, Cormock Magie FitzBrien, James Boy Magie FitzComuck, Manus Magie FitzGilladuffe, Richard Say FitzShane, Shane Carragh Maerawell FitzJames, Denis M'Naskie FitzJenkin, Edward M'Naskie FitzJenkin, James FitzSimons FitzPeirs, Sampson FitzSimons FitzGilligromy, James FitzSimons FitzGilligromy, and Patrick FitzSimons FitzGilligromy, of the Little Ards, in the county of Downe. Dublin.
[Calendar of the Patent and Close Rolls of Chancery in Ireland from the 18th to the 45th of Queen Elizabeth (Dublin, 1862), Vol. II, p. 628-9]

December 1, 1602
Pardon to Arthur Magneisse, captain of his name, Sara Neale of Eveaghe, John Magneisse, Brian Magneisse, Glasny m'Donell Magneisse, Con and Hugh Magneisse, Donell oge M'Quiggan, Art M'Bryn, Murtagh Magneis m'Felim, Tho. M'Conigan, Anable Reylly, Mary Magneisse, daughter of Hugh Magneisse, knt., Murtagh O Lawry, Cahill and Owen M'Brady, Cormock oge O Reilly, Tirlagh O Reilly, Bryan M'Inry, Tho. M'Inrie, Tirlagh M'Manus, Bryan O Reilly, Brian oge O Reilly, Brian M'Eclery, Oyne Conlior, and Gillecollem M'William, of same, in co. Down.
[The Seventeenth Report of the Deputy Keeper of Public Records in Ireland (Dublin, 1885): Appendix to Seventeenth Report, p. 110, no. 6724]

December 1, 1602
General Pardon of George Russell, of Locale, in the county of Down; Patrick Russell, James and Christopher Russell, of the same place; John Bedlewe, Jenkin PitzWilliam, Christopher Walshe, Richard FitzRichard, Edmond M'Owen Savage, Richard Savage, Jenkin boy Savage, Henry Savage, Owen M'Redmond Savage, Patrick Savage, James Oge Savage, Henry Savage, and Richard M'William Savage, all of Lecale, in the county of Down. Dublin.
[Calendar of the Patent and Close Rolls of Chancery in Ireland from the 18th to the 45th of Queen Elizabeth (Dublin, 1862), Vol. II, p. 634]




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