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Donegal in the Ulster Plantation

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Definitions of Certain Terms Used in the Ulster Plantation

 

Land - While the following terms are not included in this index, their definitions will be helpful to those who refer to Hill’s volume [hereafter referred to as “Hill’s Account”] for additional information.

1.    Pole = 24 acres

2.    Pottle = ¼ of a pole (6 acres)

3.    Proportion : Great = 2,000 acres

4.    Proportion : Middle = 1,500 acres

5.    Proportion : Small = 1,000 acres

 

Persons

1.    British : born in either England, Scotland, or Wales.  A person’s place of origin is not always stated or obvious in the text.

2.    Freeholder : one who held land in fee simple and in perpetuity.

3.    Leaseholder : one who held land by contract for a specified term and specified rent.

4.    Native : native Irish.

5.    Servitor : typically, a military officer in service of the Crown.

6.    Undertaker : A man, often of aristocracy, who was granted one or more proportions, each of a thousand acres or more (as described above), which proportion(s) it was his duty to people, develop, and defend in a manner prescribed by the Crown.  The undertaker often lived some distance from the property, sometimes in England or Scotland.  Some came to Ireland but later returned to their own countries.  Still others came and took up permanent residence on their properties.  Hill often tells in which of these three categories a specific undertaker falls; in compiling this index, I have attempted to do likewise but probably missed some.

 

Additional Notes

 

1.    Individuals indexed as appearing on pages 445-590 are those found in Pynnar’s Survey.  All others are those found in State papers and documents (other than Pynnar) compiled by Hill.

2.    Many surnames such as O’Donnell plainly are native to Ireland.  O’Donnell was the Irish family for whom County Donegal, or a major portion thereof, was once commonly called “O’Donnell’s Country” - see p. 175, 1st full par.

3.    In many instances, a man’s name appears multiple times on the same page of Hill’s Account.

4.    Some men appear only in footnotes on the page listed.

5.    See the relevant page(s) in Hill’s Account to learn: (1) whether a man was an undertaker, a freeholder, a leaseholder, or a mere resident; (2) whether he was a Native, Servitor, or other; and (3) the names of properties held or inhabited.

6.    Many undertakers were granted multiple proportions in a precinct, and some undertakers were granted lands in more than one precinct or even in  more than one county.  Be sure to look for all occurrences of any particular name in all precincts of Donegal.

7.    Any bracketed, italicized text indicates a notation by this compiler.  Bracketed text which is not italicized represents information included in Hill’s Account.

 

UNDERTAKERS, FREEHOLDERS, LEASEHOLDERS, AND OTHER INHABITANTS

 

PRECINCT OF BOYLAGH AND BANAGH

ALLOTTED TO SCOTTISH UNDERTAKERS, BUT SOME WITH IRISH TENANTS

 

BALFOURE, Michael, Lord Burley, eldest son of Sir James Balfour of Pittendreich and Montquhanie [Montquey?], Fifeshire, Scotland, and his wife, Margaret Balfour [p. 300]

BOMBIE, Laird - see MacLELLAN, Sir Robert

BROUGHTON, Laird [p. 504] - see also MURRAYE, George, below

CATHERINGHAM, Thomas [p. 503]

COGWELL, Rowland [p. 503]

CONGALL, Francis [p. 503]

CONGALL, Owen Ballagh [p. 503]

CONINGHAM [CUNNINGHAM], Alexander, Gentleman of Powton, Sorbie Parish, Wigtonshire, Scotland [p. 299]

CUNNINGHAM, Alexander [p. 504]

CUNNINGHAM, Alexander of Ponton [Powton], Elder [p. 500]

DOWNBAR [DUNBAR?], Alexander [p. 500]

DUNBAR, Alexander, Gentleman, son of Sir John DUNBAR [pp. 298,503]

DUTTON, Thomas, Captain, later Knight [p. 501]

GALCHOR [GALLAGHER?], Onora ny, “Irishwoman” [p. 503]

GORDON, Sir Robert [pp. 502,504]

GRIFFIN, Edward [p. 504]

HAMILTON, James [p. 503]

HAMILTON, William, Gentleman [p. 502]

JOHNSON, Andrew, agent to Sir Robert MacKELLAN [p. 500]

KEARNS, William [p. 504]

KEARNEY, Alex., Gentleman [p. 504]

MacKEE [MacKIE], Sir Patrick of Laerg [Larg], Knight, from the parish of Minnigaff [Kirkcudbrightshire, Scotland] [p. 297]

MacKLELLAN/MacLELLAN [MacCLELLAN[D]], Sir Robert, Knight and laird of Bombey or Bomby, from the ancient sheriffs of Galloway and barons of Bombie in Kircudbrightshire, Scotland [pp. 296,501]

MAXWELL, Robert [p. 503]

McCOLLAGH, Thomas [p. 502]

McCOLLYN, Owen [p. 502]

McCOLLYN, Bryan [p. 502]

McCULLOCK, James, Gentleman of Drummorell [Drummoral], Wigtonshire, Scotland [p. 298]

McCULLOGH, James [p. 500]

McDEGANY, Owen [p. 502]

McGALCHOR [McGALLAGHER?], Bryan mergagh [p. 504]

McGILKER [McGALLAGHER?], Donnell [p. 504]

McGILLGIRR/McGILLKIR [McGALLAGHER?], Phellemy [pp. 502,503]

McKEE [McKIE], Sir Patrick [p. 502]

McKEE [McKIE], Sir Patrick, Knight [p. 500]

McKEYE, John [p. 502]

McSWYNE, Hugh McDonnough bane [p. 501]

McSWYNE, Mulmory Oge [p. 501]

MONEPENY, Thomas, laird of Kinkell or Kinalle [Kinaldy?], Fifeshire, Scotland [p. 301]

MONROE, Alex. [p. 504]

MORREY, Alexander [p. 502]

MURRAY, John, Lord Annandale [p. 501]

MURRAY or MURREY, John, Esq. [p. 502]

MURRAYE, George, laird of Broughton in Whithorn Parish, Wigtonshire, Scotland but died at Lifford, Donegal; children: John, Susan, Marian, Katherine, and Helen [pp. 296,504]

MURRAYE, John, brother of George, laird of Broughton [p. 296]

MURREY [MURRAY], John, Esq., of Cockpool, later Earl of Annadale, Scotland [pp. 500,502,504]

MURRIE, John [p. 502]

MURRYE [MURRAY], George, Laird Broughton [p. 500]

NEMOCH, Patrick, burgess of Edinburgh [p. 504]

NESBITT, Andrew [p. 503]

O’BOYLE, Edmond [p. 502]

O’BOYLE, Edmond boy [p. 501]

O’BOYLE, Manus [p. 501]

O’BOYLE, Mennama [p. 501]

O’BOYLE, Tiege Oge [p. 504]

O’BRESSLAN, Edmond [p. 504]

O’CONVOAGHAN, Tirlagh [p. 504]

O’CURYN [O’CURRAN?], Bryan [p. 503]

O’DOGHERTY, Cahall duffe [p. 501]

O’DONNELL, Farrell [p. 501]

O’DONNELL, Neale Oge [p. 501]

O’DONYNE, Hugh [p. 502]

O’GALCHOR [O’GALLAGHER?], Bryan mergagh [p. 504]

O’GALIHER [O’GALLAGHER?], Tirlagh [p. 501]

O’GALLACHOR [O’GALLAGHER?], Toole McFarrell [p. 501]

O’HARRAGHY, Owen [p. 502]

O’KERYGAN [O’KERRIGAN?], Conchor [p. 501]

O’MIGHAN [O’MEEHAN?], Neale [p. 503]

O’MELLANE, Donnogh  [p. 503]

O’MULCANAN, James [p. 501]

O’MURREY, Patrick [p. 502]

SMELHOME or SMAILHOLME, George, from Leith [in Edinburgh], Scotland [p. 302]

STEWARD, William, brother to Lord Gartlesse/Garlies [p. 500]

STEWART, John, agent to William Steward [p. 500]

STEWART, William, brother of Gartlesse or Garlies STEWART and brother of Sr. Alexander STEWART [pp. 502-03]

STEWART, William, Esq. [p. 297]

STEWART, William, of Maines, brother of Sir Patrick Stewart of Raneall [p. 502]

TOODIE, James [p. 503]

TRAYLE, James, Esq., probably from Fifeshire, Scotland [p. 302]

ULTAGH, Dermott [p. 502]

VANCE, Sir John of Lancaster [p. 503]

VANS, Patrick [p. 500]

VANS [VAUS/VAUX], Patrick, Gentleman of Libragh, Kirkinner Parish, Wigtonshire, Scotland; second son of Sir Patrick VANS, VAUS or VAUX of Barnbarroch, Kirkinner Parish and Sir Patrick’s wife, Catherine KENNEDY [p. 299]

VAUS or VANS, Patrick [p. 502]

WISHART or WISHARD, Sir John, Knight and laird Pettaro [Pittarrow, Aberdeenshire?], Scotland [p. 301]

- Note: One Sir John Wishart of Pittaro is listed in the Scottish National Archives as Knight Comptroller to Mary Queen of Scots in 1562.

 

PRECINCT OF DOE AND FAWNETT

[NOW IN THE PRECINCT OF KILMACRENAN] GRANTED TO SERVITORS AND NATIVES

 

BALLAGH, Dowltagh McDonnell [p. 330]

BANAGH, Donough McSwyne, Gentleman [p. 328]

BANAGH, McSwine [p. 131]

BINGLEY, Sir Ralph, Knight [p. 62] [p. 325]

BINGLEY, Sir Richard, Knight of Westminster, brother to Sir Ralph Bingley, above [p. 326]

BOURK [BURKE], Honora, widow of [blank] O’BOYLE, lord of Boylagh [p. 328]

BROOKE, Basill, Esq., later Knight; wife Anne, daughter of Thomas LEICESTER; their son and Basill’s heir, Sir Henry BROOKE of Brooksborough, Fermanagh [p. 324]

BROWNE, Thomas, Esq. [p. 326]

CHICHESTER, Sir Thomas, Knight and youngest brother of Sir Arthur Chichester, Deputy [p. 325]

CRAWFORD, David, son of Owen or John CRAWFORD [p. 323]

CRAWFORD, Owen or John, Scottish [p. 323]

CRAWFORD, Patrick, Captain, Esq., of Lifford, Scottish, son of Owen or John Crawford [p. 323]

DONNELL, Grany Ny [p. 329]

ELLIS, Edward, Gentleman, a/k/a Edmund Ellis [p. 326]

FAWNETT, Donald McSwine [p. 327]

FAYNET, McSwine [p. 131]

GALE, George, Gentleman [p. 326]

GRIMSDITCHE, Charles, Gentleman [p. 326]

HANSARD, Sir Richard, Knight [p. 324]

HART, Henry, Esq., from London [p. 325]

HILTON, George, Gentleman [p. 325]

JAMES, Nene Duffe Neene, mother-in-law to Sir Niall Garve O’Donnell [p. 328]

KINGSMILL, John, Esq., an Englishman and son of Sir William Kingsmill of Hampton [p. 324]

McARTE, Donnell Groome [p. 329]

McCREE, Patrick Crone, Gentleman [p. 329]

McGILLDUFFE, Dowaltagh [p. 330]

McGILLPATRICK, Owen, Gentleman [p. 329]

McMALCAVOW, Cahir [p. 330]

McMORPHY [McMURPHY?], Owen [p. 329]

McQUIN, Donell, Gentleman [p. 329]

McQUIN, Hugh Boy, Gentleman [p. 329]

McROWRIE [O’DONNELL], Neale Garrow, Gentleman [p. 329]

McSWINE, Calvagh McBryan Roe [p. 329]

McSWINE, Hugh boy, Gentleman [p. 329]

McSWINE, Murtagh O’Dowgan Owen Modder [p. 329]

McSWINE, Neale [p. 329]

McSWINE, Neale McMulorie, Gentleman [p. 329]

McSWINE, Tirlagh Carragh, Gentleman [p. 329]

McSWYNE, Manus McNeale, son of the rebel Neal McSWYNE, who was nephew to Sir Niall Garve O’Donnell

McSWYNE, Walter McLaughlin, Gentleman [p. 327]

McSWYNE na DOE, Sir Mulmory, Knight [p. 327]

McTIRLAGH, Shane [p. 330]

O’BOYLE, [blank] [p. 131]

O’BOYLE, Edmond boy [p. 330]

O’BOYLE, Irrel [p. 330]

O’BOYLE, Tirlagh, Gentleman, son of Honora BOURK, above [p. 328]

O’BOYLE, Tirlagh Oge [p. 330]

O’CLEARY, Loy [p. 330]

O’CLEARY, Shane [p. 330]

O’DEVENEY, Donell [p. 329]

O’DOE, McSwine [p. 131]

O’DONNELL, Caffer McHugh Duffe, Gentleman [p. 329]

[O’DONNELL], Hugh McHugh Duffe, Gentleman [p. 329]

[O’DONNELL], Neale Garrow McRowrie, Gentleman [p. 329]

O’GALCHOR [O’GALLAGHER?], Donell Ballagh [p. 330]

O’GALCHOR [O’GALLAGHER?], Farroll McHugh, Gentleman [p. 329]

OGE, Farrell McTirlagh [p. 330]

O’SEREN, Donough [p. 329]

PERKINS, Thomas, Gentleman a/k/a Thomas Perkins, Esq. a/k/a Lieutenant Parkins [p. 325]

STEWART, William, Captain, Esq., from Whithorn Parish, Wigtonshire [Scotland] [p. 322]

VAUGHAN, Henry, Esq., brother to John VAUGHAN, following [p. 326]

VAUGHAN, John, Esq., an Englishman, Captain and Sheriff of Donegal, later Knight; his daughter and heir Sydney VAUGHAN married Sir Frederick HAMILTON, son of Lord Paisley [p. 323]

 

THE PRECINCT OF KILMACRENAN

GRANTED TO SERVITORS AND NATIVES

 

BANNAGH, McSwyne [same as McSWYNE, Bannagh?] [pp. 523, 526]

BENSON, Peter [p. 524]

BINGLEY, Sir Richard [p. 526]

BROOKE, Sir Basill, Knight [p. 523]

BROOKES, Basil, late of Donegall [p. 523]

BROOKES, Henry, son of Basil [p. 523]

CAMPBELL, Patrick of Magheryhubber [p. 524]

CHICHESTER, Sir Arthur [p. 525]

CHICHESTER, Charles, son of Sir Thomas [p. 524]

CHICHESTER, Sir Thomas, brother of Sir Arthur [p. 524]

CLARE, Sir Henry [p. 524]

CRAIFORD, Captain [p. 523]

CRAWFORD, Captain Patrick [p. 523]

ELLIES/ELLIS, Captain [p. 526]

ELLIS, Lieutenant [p. 525]

FANAD/FARNE/FAWNETT, McSwyne Farne [p. 526]

GALE, Lietenant [p. 525]

GALE, Eliza, daughter of Lieutenant Gale [p. 525]

GALE, Margaret, daughter of Lieutenant Gale [p. 525]

GORE, Paul, Captain [p. 525]

GORE, Ralph, son of Paul [p. 525]

GORE, William, son of Ralph [p. 525]

HAMILTON, Francis, spouse of Margaret Gale [p. 525]

HAMILTON, William, spouse of Eliza Gale [p. 525]

HANSARD, Sir Richard [pp. 523, 524]

HARTE, Henry, of Muffe [p. 524]

HARTE, Henry, Captain [p. 524]

KERNES, Alexander, general agent for the Scottish undertakers [p. 523]

KINGSMILL, John, nephew of Sir John [p. 523]

KINGSMILL, Sir John [p. 525]

KINGSMILL, Sir John, Knight [p. 523]

LYNN, William [p. 525]

LYNN, William, nephew of William Lynn above [p. 526]

MARBURIE or MALBURY, Sir George [p. 523]

McSWENEY, Sir Mulmurry [same as Sir Mulmorie McSwyne] [p. 526]

McSWYNE, Sir Mulmorie [p. 526]

McSWYNE, Walter McLaughlin [p. 527]

O’BOYLE, Tirlagh Roe [same as Tyrlagh O’Boyle] [p. 526]

O’BOYLE, Tyrlagh [p. 523]

O’DOGHERTY, Sir Cahir [p. 524]

OLPHARTS/OLPHERT, Wybrant [p. 524]

PERKINS, Perkins, Lieutenant [p. 525]

ROWLEY, Edward [p. 525]

ROWLEY, Sir John, son of Edward [p. 525]

ROWLEY, Nathaniel [p. 525]

SANFORD, Captain [p. 526]

STAMPFORD, Anne, sister of Toby Stampford [p. 526]

STAMPFORD, Joan, sister of Toby Stampford [p. 526]

STAMPFORD, Lettice, sister of Toby Stampford [p. 526]

STAMPFORD, Maria, sister of Toby Stampford [p. 526]

STAMPFORD, Maudlin [Magdalen], sister of Toby Stampford [p. 526]

STAMPFORD, Toby [p. 526]

STEWART, William, Captain [p. 522]

STEWART, Sir William, Knight [pp. 523, 524]

TERRIE/TIRRY, Arthur [p. 524]

VAUGHAN, Sir John [p. 524]

VAUGHAN, Sir John, Knight [p. 525]

WRAY, John, Esq. [p. 524]

WRAYE, Henry, son of John [p. 524]

WRAYE, John [p. 524]

 

PRECINCT OF LIFFER [LIFFORD], BARONY OF RAPHOE

ALLOTTED TO ENGLISH UNDERTAKERS - Some Towns inhabited by English, Scottish, and Irish

 

ATKINSON, Chas. [p. 515]

BABINGTON, Richard [p. 515]

BAILIE, George [p. 515]

BARKLEY, Sir Morris, Knight [p. 514] - see also, BARTLEY and BERKELEY

BARNS/BARNES, Sir William [pp. 518, 522]

BARNES, Sir William, Knight [p. 514]

BARTLEY, Sir Maurice [p. 520] - see also, BARKLEY and BERKELEY

BENSON, Peter, also his wife and family [pp. 514-15]

BERKELEY, Sir Maurice [p. 520] - see also, BARKLEY and BARTLEY

BINGLEY, dame Anne, widow of Sir Ralph Bingley and wife of Robert Harrington, Esq. [p. 519]

BINGLEY, Sir Ralph [pp. 515, 519, 520]

BINGLEY, Sir Ralph, Knight [p. 521]

BROWNE, William, resident agent [p. 514]

CARTER, Edward [p. 519]

CARTER, Owny [Una], widow of Edward Carter [p. 519]

CARTWRIGHT, Edward, Lieutenant [p. 521]

CATTHERALL, Edward [p. 515]

CLARE, Sir Henry [p. 514]

COACH/COACHE, Sir Thomas, Knight [pp. 514, 521]

CORNWALL, Sir Thomas [p. 516]

CORNWALL, Sir Thomas, Knight [p. 514]

DAVIS, Robert, brother of Thomas [p. 516]

DAVIS, Thomas, brother of Robert [p. 516]

DAVYS, Sir John [p. 517]

DOCWRA, Sir Henry, Knight, an English undertaker [p. 513]

DUTTEN/DUTTON, John, Lieutenant [p. 519]

EWART, John [p. 515]

GOARE/GORE, Paul, Captain [p. 514]

HAMILTON, Sir Frederick, brother of James, Earl of Abercorne [Abercorn, West Lothian, Scotland] [p. 516]

HANSARD, Sir Richard [pp. 514, 515, 517]

HARRINGTON, Dame Anne, wife of Robert Harrington, formerly Lady Bingley [p. 519]

HARRINGTON, Robert, Esq. [pp. 519, 521]

HILTON, George [p. 515]

KILPATTERICK [KILPATRICK], James [p. 515]

KILPATTERICK, John [p. 515]

KILPATTERICK, Robert [p. 515]

KINGSMILL, Sir John [pp. 518, 522]

KINGSMILL, Sir John, Knight [p. 522]

LITTLE, Edward, resident agent of Sir Robert Remyngton [p. 514]

MANSFIELD, Captain [pp. 514, 517]

MANSFIELD, Francis, Esq. of Ardrummon House [in Donegal] [p. 517]

MANSFIELD, John, son and heir of Ralph Mansfield [p. 517]

MANSFIELD, Ralph [p. 517]

MAXWELL, James [p. 515]

McBRYAN, Neal [p. 521]

McCONNELL, Owyn Modder [p. 519]

McCORMACK, Hugh [p. 518]

McCORMACK, Phelomy [p. 521]

McDEVITT, Toole [p. 515]

McDONNELL, Ferrall [p. 518]

McGILBRIDE, Morris [p. 521]

McKECOGE, Donnell [p. 515]

McMATHE, Archibald [p. 515]

McNULTY, Tirlagh ballagh [p. 516]

NEWTON, George [pp. 515, 516]

O’BRILLIGAN, Dowaltagh [p. 521]

O’DEVIR, Hugh Oge [p. 519]

O’DEVYN, Donnell, same as the following [p. 519]

O’DEVYR, Donnell [p. 519]

O’DOGHERTIE [O’DOHERTY], Shane [p. 516]

O’DONELL, Bryan [p. 519]

O’DONELL, Toole boy [p. 519]

O’DONNELL, Hugh Mergagh [p. 519]

O’GALCHOR [O’GALLAGHER], Owen Ballagh [p. 516]

O’GALLAGHER, Dowalta McOwyn [p. 521]

O’GALLAGHER, Hugh Oge McArte [p. 518]

O’GALLAGHER, Owyn McOwyn McAdegana [p. 521]

O’GALLOGHER, Edward Oge McFergnandem [p. 518]

O’GALLOGHER, Farrell McHugh [p. 521]

O’GALLOGHER, Neal McDonnell [p. 518]

O’GALLOGHER, Turlagh boy [p. 521]

O’GALLOGHER, Turlagh mergagh [p. 521]

O’HARKAN, Donnell [p. 521]

O’LINCHY, Edmund duff [p. 519]

PARMENTER, Chris., resident agent of William Wylson of Clarye, Suffolk [Clare, County Suffolk, England] [p. 514]

PAYNE, Peter [p. 516]

PERKINS, Thomas, Esq. [p. 518]

PRESTON, Henry [p. 515]

PRESTON, Thomas [p. 515]

READ, James [p. 515]

REMINGTON/REMYNGTON, Sir Robert [p. 519, p. 520]

REMYNGTON, Sir Robert, Knight [p. 514]

ROPER, Richard [p. 515]

RUSSELL, Captain [p. 517]

RUSSELL, Captain, with his wife and family [p. 518]

RUSSELL, Edward, Captain [p. 514]

STUBBINS, Ludovic [p. 515]

TATE, James [p. 515]

TORLETON, Edward, Esq. [p. 519]

VAUGHAN, Sir John [p. 518]

WATSON, Thomas [p. 515]

WILSON, Mr. [p. 522]

WILSON, Andrew, brother of Sir John Wilson and son of William Wilson, Esq. [p. 515]

WILSON, Ann or Anne, daughter of Sir John Wilson [p. 515]

WILSON, Sir John, son of William Wilson, Esq. [p. 515]

WILSON, William [pp. 518, 522]

WILSON, William, Esq. [p. 515]

WYLSON [WILSON], William of Clarye in Suffolk [Clare, County Suffolk, England] [p. 514]

 

PRECINCT OF LIFFER [LIFFORD], BARONY OF RAPHOE

GRANTED TO SERVITORS AND NATIVES

 

BARKELEY [BERKELEY?], Sir Maurice, Knight of Somersetshire [County Somerset, England]; his wife, Elizabeth KILLEGREW; his son, Sir John BERKELEY [p. 273]

BARNES, Sir William, Knight [p. 272]

BINGLEY, Sir Ralph [p. 273]

CLARE, Henry of Stanfield Hall, Norfolk County, later Sir Henry Clare [p. 271]

COACH [COATES/COATH/ COOTCH/COTCH], Sir Thomas, Knight, from England [p. 274]

CORNEWALL, Sir Thomas, Knight, of Herefordshire, son and heir of Thomas Cornewall, baron of Buford in Salop [England] [p. 273]

DAVIES, Thomas [p. 273]

KINGSMILL, John, later Sir John Kingsmill [p. 272]

MANSFIELD, Ralphe, Captain, an Englishman [p. 272]

REMYNGTON [REMINGTON], Sir Thomas, Knight [p. 273]

RUSSELL, Edward, Esq., of London, later Captain Edward Russell [p. 272]

WILLSON, William from Bolton, Suffolk County [p. 271]

PRECINCT OF PORTLOUGH

GRANTED TO SCOTTISH UNDERTAKERS

 

ACHISON, Archibald, Sir [p. 508] - May be the same as: Archibald Acheson, Esq., who died at Letterkenny, County Donegal in 1634 but had been granted land in County Cavan [p. 472]

ALEXANDER, John [p. 507]

ALEXANDER, William, Sir of Menstrey [pp. 507, 508]

ALLANE, Robert [p. 506]

ARNETT, Andrew [p. 507]

ARNETT, William [p. 507]

AULA, Sir Aulant, Knight, resident and agent for the Duke of Lennox [p. 505]

BALFOUR, David [p. 512]

BINGLEY, Ralph, Sir [pp. 508, 509]

BLACKE, George [p. 507]

BOYL, James [p. 506]

BOYL, Robert [p. 506]

BOYLE, William [p. 506]

BROWNE, Andrew [p. 507]

BROWNE, John [p. 507]

BRYCE, John [p. 506]

CALHOWNE, John, Sir, son of Sir John Colquhoun, Laird of Luss [in Argyll, Scotland] [p. 511]

COLE, William, Sir [p. 512]

COLEWELL, Andrew [p. 506]

COLEWELL, Alexander [p. 506]

COLQUHOUN, John, Sir, Laird of Luss [in Argyll, Scotland] [p. 511]

CONNELL, Donnell [p. 506]

CRAWFORD, John, Laird of Kilberry [town and castle in Argyll, Scotland] [p. 505]

CUNNINGHAM - Including all spellings; e.g., Coningham, Cuningham, Cunyngham, etc., but alphabetized by forename ...

CUNINGHAM, Alex. of Ballesallagh [related to Ballysallagh Road, Down?], County Down [p. 507]

CONINGHAM, Andrew [p. 506]

CONINGHAM, Bernard [p. 506]

CUNNINGHAM, Cuthbert, of the CUNNINGHAMS of Glengarnock [North Ayrshire, Scotland], precise relationship or position in the family unknown, but probably uncle to Sir James [pp. 295,505,508]

CUNNINGHAM, George, son of Sir James [pp. 507,508]

CUNNINGHAM, James [p. 508]

CUNNINGHAM, JAMES, esquire [p. 508]

CUNNINGHAM, James, Gentleman of Fowmilne in Scotland, uncle of James, laird of Glengarnock [pp. 295,506]

CUNNINGHAM, James, of Horomilne, returned to Scotland [p. 505]

CUNNINGHAM, James, Laird of Glangarnocke/Laird Glangarnoth [Glengarnock, Ayrshire, Scotland], took possession but returned to Scotland while his son remained [pp. 294,505,506]

CUNNINGHAM, James, Sir [p. 507; p. 508] - Note: The first entry on p. 507 also mentions “the Lady and her Daughters”  then living on Sir James’s estate. Another entry further describes her as Katherine, daughter of the Earl of Glencairn.

CONINGHAM al’ Huggin, John [p. 510]

CUNNINGHAM, John, brother of Sir James [p. 507]

CUNNINGHAM, John, Gentleman [later Sir John Cunningham], of Crafield or Crawfield, son of Sir James Cunningham of Glengarnock (above), last of the Glengarnock Cunninghams [pp. 294, 505, 507, 508]

CUNNINGHAM, John, Esq., probably a kinsman of the Duke of Lennox [p. 295]

CONINGHAM, William [p. 506]

DROMOND, John, Master, servitor [p. 508]

DUNNE, Alex. [p. 507]

DUNNE, John [p. 507]

DUNNE, John junior [p. 507]

DUNSAYER, James [p. 510]

EKYN, William [p. 507]

FLEMINGE, John [p. 506]

FULLERTON, James, Sir [p. 513]

FULLERTON, William [p. 510]

FYEFF [FIFE?], John [p. 506]

GAATE/GALT, William [p. 507]

GALBRAITH, Humphrey [pp. 510, 511]

GALBRAITH, Robert [pp. 510, 511]

GALBRAITH/GALBREITH, William [pp. 511, 512]

GALE/GALL, George [p. 508]

GILLASPICK, Donnell [p. 506]

GILMORE, James [p. 507]

GRYNNEY, Alex. [p. 507]

HAMILTON, John [pp. 507, 508]

HARPER, John [p. 507]

HENRY, Wm. [p. 507]

HOLMES, Thomas [p. 513]

HOMES, Edward [p. 507]

HOOD, John [p. 510]

HUNTER, Alex. [p. 510]

HUNTER, Robert [p. 506]

HUTCHINE, John [p. 507]

KENNEDY, David [p. 507]

KENNYDAY [Kennedy], Gilbert [p. 510]

LEICH, George [p. 507]

LODGE, Thomas [p. 510]

LOKARD, William [p. 507]

MacDONNELL,  Inneen-duv, mother of the Earl of Tyrconnell [p. 293]

MACINTIRE, Owen [p. 510]

MacKAY, John [p. 510]

MAGHAN, James [p. 510]

MARTIN, John [p. 506]

McAULA [McCULLOUGH?], Alexander, Gentleman of Durlin or Durlinge [Duirling, Galway, Ireland?], probably from Dumbartonshire, Scotland [pp. 294,505]

McAULA, Alexander [p. 508]

McAWLEY alias STEWART, Alexander [p. 510]

McCASSACK, William [p. 506]

McEREDY, Donnell [p. 507]

McEVENE, Donnell [p. 506]

McKILCHANY, Alexander [p. 506]

McKILMUN, Donnell [p. 506]

McKYM, Donnell [p. 507]

McKYM, John [p. 507]

McLOGHERY, Michael [p. 510]

MOLSED, John [p. 506]

MOORE, Hugh [p. 507]

MOORE, William [p. 507]

MURRAY, David, Sir [p. 513]

LOKARD [LOCKHART?], Alex. [p. 510]

O’BRALLAGHAN, Dermont [p. 510]

O’BRALLAGHAN, Shane [p. 510]

O’DERNY, Killegroome [p. 510]

O’DOGHERTY, Hugh [p. 510]

O’DONNELL, Con [p. 510]

O’DONNELL, Niall Garve, Sir [p. 293]

PATERSON, Robert [p. 507]

PATTERSON, James [p. 506]

PEERE/PERY, George [p. 507]

PLOWRIGHT, John [p. 506]

PORTERFIELD, Gabriel, of Hapland, Dunlop parish; his spouse, Jean MAXWELL [p. 294]

PURVEYANCE, John [p. 507]

RAMSAY, John [p. 506]

RANKIN, William [p. 507]

ROBBIN, James [p. 506]

ROGER, John [p. 507]

SARE, William [p. 506]

SAYRE, James [p. 510]

SMELLEY, William [p. 510]

SMYTHE, Andrew [p. 507]

SMYTHE, John [pp. 507, 510]

STUART, Ludovic, Second Duke of Lennox [p. 293]

STEVENSON, Peter [p. 507]

STEWART, Alexander [p. 508; see also McAWLEY above]

STEWART, Alexander, progenitor of the earls and marquesses of Londonderry; his son, John STEWART of Ballylawn Castle [p. 294]

STEWART, Anthony, gent. [p. 510]

STEWART, Arthur, gent. [p. 510]

STEWART, Barbara, widow of John and mother of William [p. 510]

STEWART, Esme [p. 513]

STEWART, Francis, Earl of Bothwell [p. 513]

STEWART, John [p. 510]

STEWART, John (son of the above) [p. 510]

STEWART, John, Sir, Knight [pp. 511, 512, 513]

STEWART, Ludovic, Duke of Lennox [pp. 512, 513]

STEWART, Walter [p. 510]

STEWART, Sir Walter, Knight and laird of Minto or Mynto [Roxburghshire], Scotland [pp. 293, 505]

STEWART, William [p. 507]

STEWART, William, grandson of John [p. 510]

STEWART, William, Laird of Dunduff/Dunduffe [Dunduff Castle in Maybole Parish, Ayrshire, Scotland] [pp. 294, 505, 508, 510]

STEWART, William, Sir [p. 508]

SUTHERLAND, William [p. 507]

SCOTT, Thomas [p. 507]

TEYSE/TEESE, William [p. 507]

THOMSON, Archibald [p. 510]

VALENTYNE, William [p. 507]

WATSON, John [p. 507]

WIGTON, John [p. 506]

WILSON, John [p. 506]

WIMBES, John, Sir [pp. 511, 512]

WISHARD, John, Sir [p. 512]

WOOLSON, Stephen [p. 506]

YOUNGE, John [p. 507]

YOUNGE, Robert, resident and agent for Sir James Cunningham, above [p. 505]

YUNG [YOUNG], William, servant to Sir John Stewart [p. 513]

 

COUNTY DONEGAL JURORS FOR SURVEY AND INQUISITION 12 SEPTEMBER 1609 [p. 173]

NO OTHER PLACE NAMES INCLUDED

 

CONGALL, Rowland

McCARVILL, Tirlagh carragh

McDAVID, Cahill bane

McDAVID, Henry Oge

McDONELL, Fferall

McGATRIGHIE, Cahill duff

McGILLEKERRY, Shane Oge

McGINELL, Hugh Oge O’Donell

McGNELLUS, Neal

McSWAYNE, Walter

O’ARDENS, Maurice

O’CLERY, Lewys

O’DOGHERTYE [O’DOGHERTY], Gilleduff McGerald

O’DOGHERTIE [O’DOGHERTY], Phelim

O’DONAN, Pierce

O’KEROLAN [O’CAROLAN], Morice [Morris or Maurice]

O’MORISON, Donogh

O’SHERIN, James

 

RECEIVERS OF RENTS, ISSUES AND PROFITS IN TYRCONNELL [DONEGAL] CIRCA 1608-1610 [pp. 256-58]

 

CHICHESTER, Sir Arthur - rents, etc. from the barony of Enishowen

ELEY [ELLIS], William, Captain - the precinct of [blank]

FOLLIOTT, Henry - the barony of Boylagh and Bannagh

HANSARD, Sir Richard - the precinct of Fawnett [Fannett]; lands of Lyffer [Lifford]; and Portlaugh or Portlawe

KINGSMILL, Sir John - the precinct of Lyffer [Lifford]

McSWYNE, Donell Gorme, Esq. - the precinct of Fawnett [Fannett]

McSWYNE, Knogher McDonnell - the precinct of Doe

McSWYNE, Neal ballagh - the precinct of Doe     

McSWYNE, Sir Molmory - the precinct of Doe

McSWYNE, Sir Mulmory - the precinct of [blank]

O’DONNELL, Hugh McHugh duffe - the territory of Clanely

O’DONNELL, Manus Oge McHugh, son of Hugh - the territory of Clanely

O’DONNELL, Tirlagh McHugh duffe, son of Hugh - the territory of Clanely

 

PRE-1610 IRISH RESIDENTS OF DONEGAL, WEST OF LOUGH SWILLY [p. 257]

 

DUFFE, Hugh McHugh [O’DONNELL] - at Ramalton [Ramelton]

FANAID, MacSwyn [same as O’Farre] - at Ramullan [Rathmullan]

GALLOCAR [O’GALLAGHER], Donnell - at Ballakit

GARVE [O’DONNELL], Niall - at Castle Fene [Finn]

MacDONNELL, Inendubh, mother of [The] O’Donnell - at Bun-aber and at McGwyvelin [Mongevlin] - see also, O’Donnell

McDONOLOGHE, Alexander - [location unclear]

McGONELL, Seneschal - at Calboy [Killybegs]

McO’DONGONRYE [Rorie, son of O’Donnell] - at Ballashanan [Ballyshannon, Donegal]

McSORLIE, Alexander, slain - at Bonneber [Bunaber]

O’BANE [BANNAGH], [blank], brother of Hugh boy McSwyne O’BANE - at Castle Bromoyle

O’BANE [BANNAGH], McSwyn - at Bannagh’s Tower

O’BOYLE, Bishop of - at Kilmirrish Castle

O’BOYLE, [blank] - at O’Boyle

O’DOE, McSwyne - at Castle Conogarhen

O’DONNELL, Niall Garve - at Castle Fene [Finn]

O’DONNELL, Shane McManus Oge - at Dunboye

O’DONNELL, The - at Cul mac Tryen, at Liffer, and chiefly at Lough Eske

O’FANE [FAWNETT], McSwyne - at Red Haven

O’FANET, McSwyne - at Castle Menryee

O’FARRE [FANAID], MacSwyn - at Ramullan [Rathmullan]

O’GALLOCHAR [O’GALLAGHER], Sept of - in the midland of Tirconnell

OGE [O’DONNELL], Shane McManus - at Dunboye

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