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From the Lismore Papers,
Remembrances and Diaries of Sir Richard Boyle,
the First and Great Earl of Cork.

Updated 12 Jan 2004

Transcribed by Patty Pickett and posted here with her kind permission.

From the Lismore Papers, Remembrances and Diaries of Sir Richard Boyle, the First and Great Earl of Cork.
Edited by Alexander B. Grossard, 1886, Volume 10 which covers 1632-1637

Tenants whose rent was increased:
Watts, a farmer
John Greatrix
John Spratt
Greatrix
Peter Courthope
Samuel Hill
Symon Farr
Mrs. Knowell
Cornelius Gaffney
Thomas Duntacy
James Hoare
Directory of Cloneh
Phillip Percival
Edward Parsons
Wm. Gratrix
Thomas Ronan
Jervis Ethrington
Mrs. Brabant
Parsonages of Letryn
Mrs. Mannefeld
Frances Drew
Cormock Mc Frynen
the tenants of Clonakilty
William Hall
Walter Baldon
O'Cullane
McFynen,
Mintern
Mrs. Mounsell
John Green
Thomas Mead (of the Kilbolane parsonage)
Dennis Bryen (of the Askeaton Parsonage)
James Knowde (of the Rectory of Dromtariffe
David Lacey
James Fitsthomas
Dermott McTirlaugh
Mr. Hussey
Mr. Terry
Oge O'Culen (McDonough)
Thomas Daunt, Rectories of Tracton
Donnell OCullan
Lt. Rutledge
Mr. Buchanan
Mr.Gardiner
Mr. Lynch
John Bourch, (Rectories in Ormon)
Nicholas Wyse
the Mannor of Tyrn + Moyare

In addition he also mentions the names of his sons in his journal- and some other oddities.
Dongarvan Boyle - my son, house Dublin
Lewis Boyle
Francis Boyle
Robert Boyle

loans of money for supplies or land:
Luke Brady, of Liskarriffe/ for ironworks plus 10 ploughlands
Brady, mortgage 300
John Bourch, a mortgage of 120
Sir Geoffrey Fenton, house on Castle Street
Francis Foulkes of Camphier, wood of the bog
Peter Wibrant, salt house at Yoghall
Robert Meagh of Clanawliffe, six ploughs
Symon Haly, Clanawliffe, four ploughlands
Courcy, the Lord, mortgaged land
Thomas Daunt, Carrigflyne, a lease
William Eustace, Castlemarten, lands in Voke
Mr. Ormesby, O'Haraes Co., six quarters of land


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