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Clare Attorneys to 1867

Title: Clare Attorneys to 1867
Source:

E. Keane, P.B. Phair and T.U. Sadleir (editors).
" King's Inns admission papers, 1607 - 1867."
(Dublin: Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1982)

Donator: Michael O'Loghlen, Q.C., Victoria, Australia

Some attorneys and other lawyers connected with county Clare, before 1867.

This supplements the earlier paper titled, Some Clare men at Trinity
College, Dublin 1637-1846
. The entries are drawn from the King’s Inns
Admissions Papers, 1607-1867 (Irish Manuscripts Commission, Dublin, 1982).
These men are lawyers, not mentioned in that earlier paper.

A

Henry Francis Allen, only son of Jonathan Allen of Killaloe, Clare (1807).

Augustus Arthur, fourth son of Thomas Arthur of Glanomera, Clare and Harriet
Smith. Educated at Trinity College, Dublin (1840).

B

Francis Blake, son of Michael Blake of Innistymon, Clare (later of Dublin)
and Letitia Blighe, formerly of Elphin, county Roscommon, educated
Ballyfermat (1800).

William Smith Blood, second son of Matthew Blood of Castle Fergus, Clare and
Dorothea Ingram, educated Portarlington (1814).

Isaac Bolton, third son of Charles Bolton of Ennis and Rachel Unthank,
educated Ennis school (1800). Younger brother of Dr Marcus Bolton of Ennis.

Randal Borough, second son of Randal Borough of Anerin, Clare deceased and
Mary Weston, educated Bridgetown, Clare (1800). Nephew of Richard Borough.

John Bowen, second son of Humphrey Bowen of Killaloe, Clare and Frances
McGrath, educated Clare (1821). Nephew of Thomas McGrath of Stanhope Street,
Dublin.

Thomas Studdert Brew, second son of William Brew of Leadmore House, Kilrush
and Eliza Studdert, educated Ennis College, nephew of Jonas Studdert (1862).

Henry Brown, third son of John Brown of Bridgetown, Clare and Constance
Odell (1827).

Henry Barker Brown, son of William Brown of Stormont, Blessington county
Wicklow, educated Ennis (1848).

Edmund Browne, first son of Thomas Browne of New Grove, Clare (1791).

John Bunton, son of Thomas Bunton of Ennis deceased, educated Ennis College
(1839).

Timothy Bunton, son of Thomas Bunton of Ennis deceased, educated Ennis
College (1848).

Michael Burke, son of Michael Burke of Killaloe, Clare merchant deceased,
educated Killaloe (1840). Brother of John Page Burke.

Henry Butler, son of Pierse Butler of Ennis watchmaker deceased, educated
Ennis (1844).

James Butler, only son of James Butler of Craganagowen, Clare deceased and
Bridget Sheehy, educated Ennis (1798).

Robert St John Fitzgerald Butler, third son of Theobald Butler, Lord
Dunboyne, of Knappoge Castle, Clare and Julia Calestine Maria Brander,
educated Trinity College, Dublin (1865).

Theobald Butler of Scanagallow, Clare and of the Inner Temple (1676).

Walter Butler, son of Walter Butler of Ashfield, Clare, educated Prior Park,
Bath (1844). Brother in law of Pierce Creagh.

C

Matthew Canny, first son of Matthew Canny of Drumline, Clare and Margaret
Scully, educated Limerick (1835).

John Carrige, first son of Hugh Carrige of Crusheen, Clare deceased and
Ellen Cotter, educated Ennis (1829).

Hampton John Carroll, third son of William Carroll of Ennis deceased and
Sarah Hampton, educated Ennis (1796).

John Carroll, second son of William Carroll of Sixmilebridge, Clare and
Ellen Ievers, educated Ennis (1804). Nephew of Thomas Ievers of Dublin,
attorney.

Peter Comyn, first son of George Comyn of Hollywell, Clare and Margaret
Lysaght, educated Ennis (1809).

Simon Creagh, third son of Simon Creagh of Rathbane, Clare, educated
Portobello (1827).

John Cullinan, son of Michael Cullinan of Ennis, attorney, educated Ennis
College (1847).

John Cullinan, son of John Cullinan of Ennis, High Constable (1857).

Maxwell Cormac Cullinan, first son of Patrick Maxwell Cullinan of Harmony
House, Ennis MB JP and Sarah FitzPatrick, educated Trinity College, Dublin
(1864). Brother of William.

Michael Cullinan, first son of Denis Cullinan of Kilnacally, Clare and Anne
Foley, educated Ennis (1814). Brother of Roger.

William FitzPatrick Cullinan, second son of Patrick Maxwell Cullinan of
Harmony House, Ennis MB JP and Sarah FitzPatrick, educated Trinity College,
Dublin (1864). Brother of Maxwell.

Daniel Curtin, son of James Curtin of Creganboy, Clare (1860). Resident in
Australia.

D

John Danaher, only son of John Danaher of Ennis and Clare Considine,
educated Ennis (1820).

John Danaher, first son of Michael Danaher of Ennis and Elizabeth Dwyer,
educated Dublin (1824). First cousin of John Danaher of Capel Street,
Dublin.

James D’Arcy, second son of Dominick D’Arcy of Rockvale, Clare (1778).

John D’Arcy, first son of Thomas D’Arcy of Ennis and Alice Daxon, educated
Ennis (1806). See also William Daxon.

Basil Davoren, third son of Rev Michael Davoren of Clony, Clare, clerk, and
Rebecca Hunt, educated by his father (1804).

Oliver Davoren, second son of Patrick Davoren of Ennis and Susanna O’Donohue,
both deceased, educated Ennistymon (1827).

Richard Davoren, son of Richard Davoren of Magouhy, Clare deceased (1862).
Cousin of William Henry O’Brien.

William Pierce Daxon, son of William Daxon of Killmerane, Clare educated
Ennis College (1838). See also John D’Arcy.

Francis Drew, second son of Francis Drew of Drewsborough, Clare and Frances
Odell, educated Ennis school (1798).

Michael Driscoll, second son of Denis Driscoll of Carahan, Clare, farmer and
Johanna Mooney, educated Clare (1828). Brother of James Driscoll of Dublin.

James Butler Ferriter, son of Edward Spaight of Lodge House, Clare, educated
Sixmilebridge (1846).

E

Anthony Enright, third son of Anthony Enright of Ennis and Jane Kerin
(education not recorded) (1836).

Charles Enright, apprenticed to Cornelius O’Brien (education not recorded).

F

Andrew Finucane, fifth son of Michael Finucane of Clare and Ellen O’Brien,
educated Ennis, apprenticed to Cornelius O’Brien, attorney (1821).

Bryan Finucane, first son of Michael Finucane of Ennis, Doctor of Physic
(education not recorded) (1759).

Charles Fitzgerald, third son of James Fitzgerald of Milltown, Clare and
Honora Shannon, educated Ennis school (1817).

James Fitzgerald, second son of William Fitzgerald of Ennis and Mary Comyn,
educated Ennis (1798).

John Fitzgerald, fourth son of Robert Fitzgerald of New Hall, Clare and
Lucinda Jackson. Born 10 October 1800, received classical education (1822).

John Fitzgerald, first son of Michael Fitzgerald of Mullineen, Clare and
Mary Greene, educated Ennis (1834).

Robert Fitzgerald, son of Michael Fitzgerald of Mullineen, Clare and Sarah
McMahon, both deceased, educated Kilrush (1846). Brother of John Fitzgerald,
attorney.

John Flanagan, son of Michael Flanagan of Clare, farmer, some time land
agent, educated Monastery Thurles (1845). Brother of James Flanagan.

Robert Floyd, second son of Richard Floyd of Ennis deceased and Honor
Droney, educated Dublin (1834). Nephew of Anne Floyd of Annaghdown, Galway,
spinster.

Jeremiah Flynn, first son of Jeremiah Flynn of Ballyvelly, Clare and
Margaret Brosnahan, educated Tralee (1832).

Robert Burke Foster, first son of John Foster of Rinroe, Clare and Anastasia
Burke. Born 8 March 1838, educated Willesden College, Kensington (1860).

John Frost, son of William Frost of Ballymorris, Clare, deceased, educated
Limerick (1840). Perhaps a brother of James Frost (1819-1907), author of
History of Clare in 1893.


G

John Gabbett, second son of Rev Robert Gabbett of Kilnasulagh, Clare and Mary Studdert, privately educated (1822). See also Poole Studdert Gabbett, born in Tipperary to the same parents.

Thomas Gabbett, second son of Thomas Gabbett of Castle Lake, Clare and Margaret Westropp. Born 1 April 1776, educated Trinity College, Dublin (1795).

Michael Galvin, fifth son of Ralph Galvin of Ennis deceased and Bridget McCrory, educated Ennis (1819). Presumably, related to Bartholomew Galvin of Dublin.

Joseph John Gore, third son of Francis Gore of Derrymore, Clare and Christiana Peacocke. Born 19 February 1804, educated Trinity College, Dublin (1821).

Richard Gorman, third son of James Gorman deceased of Ennis and Susanna Mahon, educated Ennis school (1794).

Augustine Greene, third son of George Greene of Ardnahea, Clare deceased and Deborah Fitzgerald, educated Ennis (1812). Nephew of William Fitzgerald, attorney. See also Robert Greene.

Henry Greene, son of Michael Greene of Ennis deceased, educated Ennis College (1838). Nephew of Mary Greene, widow.

John Butler Greene, only son of Benjamin Greene of Ennis deceased and Mary Butler. Born 8 April 1816, educated Trinity College, Dublin (1836).

Robert George Greene, second son of George Greene of Ardnahea, Clare and Deborah Fitzgerald, educated Ennis (1805). See also Augustine Greene.

Jonathan Gregg, first son of Richard Gregg of Capperquin, Clare deceased (1778). Compare John Gregg in Alumni Dublinenses (1924 edition).

H

John Hanrehan, second son of Austin Hanrehan of Moyreish, Clare and Mary McNamara, educated privately (1813).

Michael Helery, second son of James Helery of Annagh, Clare and Mary FitzPatrick, educated Clare. Related to Peter FitzPatrick, attorney.

Peter Fitzgibbon Henchy, first son of Denis Henchy of Pheenagh (sic, perhaps
Feenagh) Clare deceased and Dorothea Fitzgibbon. Born 19 April 1774, educated Trinity College, Dublin (1793).
Note: see Alumni Dublinenses (1924 edition), p 388: Irish Bar 1797. King’s Counsel.

William Henn, second son of Thomas Henn of Paradise, Clare deceased (1737).
Judge of the King’s Bench. See F E Ball, Judges in Ireland.

Patrick Hickie, first son of Michael Hickie of Ennis, farmer, educated Ennis (1838). Brother of William Hickie.

Patrick Hickie (or Hickey), son of Patrick Hickie of Ennis, builder, educated Ennis (1847).

John James Hickson, only son of James Hickson of Tralee, Kerry, merchant, deceased and Mary O’Connell, educated Tralee and Ennis (1804). Nephew of George Hickson of Fermoyle, Kerry.

Edward Osborne Hilliard, fourth son of Michael Hilliard of Glentworth Street, Limerick deceased and Anna Lalor also deceased. Born 1 April 1817, educated Ennis school (1835).

James Hynes, first son of Thomas Hynes of Ennis, merchant and Elinor O’Brien, educated Ennis College (1833).

I

Henry Norton Ievers, youngest son of Col John Augustine Ievers of Mount Ievers and Mary Prestwick, educated Ennis school, younger brother of William Ievers (1800).

Richard Ievers, second son of Richard Ievers of Castle Ievers, Limerick and Eliza Holmes, educated Ennis school (1802).

Robert Ievers, first son of George Ievers of Mount Ievers and Ellen Butler, educated Sixmilebridge (1801).

J

Richard Jennings, first son of Ulick Jennings of Ironpool, Galway and Elizabeth Bodkin, educated Ennis College (1818).

K

Robert Kean, first son of Patrick Kean of Nutfield, Clare and Ann Crowe, both deceased, educated Ennis school (1794).

William Kean, second son of Robert Kean of Hermitage, Clare and Eliza Crofts, educated Ennis College (1820). Brother of Robert Kean who was born 8 April 1812.

Francis Burton Kean, son of Francis Nathaniel Kean JP of Hermitage, Clare (1862).

Robert Keane, fifth son of Robert Keane of Beechpark, Clare and Jane Dulhunty, educated Ennis (1832). Nephew of Mary Tweedy.

James Kearney, only son of Michael Kearney of Limerick and Mary Roche, educated Ennis (1817).

John Kelly, son of John Kelly of Kilrush, Clare, educated Tuam College (1842).

Thomas Kelly, son of John Kelly of Bushby Park, Clare, educated Queen’s University (1864).

Edward Kenny, first son of William Kenny of Ennis and Eliza McLaughlin, educated Ennis (1820). Older brother of Matthew Kenny.

George Comyn Kenny, son of Michael Kenny of Dysart, Clare, educated Ennis College (1840). Nephew-in-law of John Macnamara.

Matthew Kenny, son of William Kenny of Craghleigh, Clare and Eliza McLaughlin, educated Ennis College (1833). Brother of Edward Kenny.

Michael Kenny, son of Matthew Kenny of Freigh, Clare, educated Ennis (1843).
Brother of Patrick William Kenny of Freigh.

Patrick William Kenny, first son of Matthew Kenny of Freigh Castle, Clare and Mary Kelly, educated Trinity College, Dublin (1843). Older brother of Michael Kenny.

Thomas Hugh Kenny, son of Hugh Kenny of Ballygreen, Clare, formerly assistant clerk in GPO (1859). Nephew of Matthew Kenny.

William Kenny, only son of Edward Kenny of Kilrush, Clare, solicitor and Catherine Murphy, educated Trinity College, Dublin (1865). Formerly clerk in Census office.

John Kerin, first son of Michael Kerin of Ennis and Mary Spillissey, both deceased, educated Ennis (1805).

Michael Kerin, son of Michael Kerin of Ennis, cloth merchant, educated Ennis College (1839).

L

Peter Lambert, son of Peter Lambert of Castle Ellen, Galway deceased, educated Ennis College (1846). Brother of Walter Peter Lambert.

Mark Lidwill, third son of Mark Lidwill of Lucyville, Clare deceased and Lucinda O’Scandlan (sic), educated Drogheda (1803). Brother of Michael Lidwill.

George Lloyd, second son of George Lloyd of Mount Catherine, Clare and Catherine Bateman, educated Ennis school (1796).

Thomas Bateman Lloyd, third son of George Lloyd of Mount Catherine, Clare and Catherine Bateman, educated Killaloe (1809).

Thomas Lynch, son of Timothy Lynch of Killaloe, Clare, farmer, deceased, educated Ennis (1839). Brother-in-law of Jeremiah Perry.

Augustine Lysaght, fifth son of George Lysaght of Woodmount, Clare and Mary his wife, educated Ennis school (1800).

Henry Lysaght, third son of John Lysaght of Ballyvorda, Clare and Bridget O’Brien, educated Dublin (1833), Presumably, brother of Andrew Lysaght.

James Lysaght, first son of Walter Lysaght of Summerville, Clare and Lucinda Brew otherwise Stacpoole (wife of William Adams Brew of Wellbrook, Clare), educated Maryborough, Queen’s County and Ennis (1827).

John Lysaght, first son of James Lysaght of Dromoher, Clare but formerly of Summerville, Clare and Bridget Kerin, educated Ennis school (1800).

John Lysaght, son of John Lysaght of Ennis and Elinor Kelly, educated Ennis (1824). Brother of Richard Lysaght.

Richard Lysaght, second son of John Lysaght of Ennis and Elinor Kelly, educated Ennis (1828). Brother of John Lysaght.

M

James Daxelhoffer Macbeth, first son of John Macbeth of Greenlawn, Ennis and Elice (Eliso Macbeth) Daxelhoffer, has been a clerk in Registry of Deeds (1864).

Charles McDonough, first son of William Anthony McDonough of Ennis and Bridget Sweetman, educated Limerick (1825).

Donat McMahon, fifth son of Terence McMahon of Cappahard, Clare deceased and Elizabeth Hogan, educated Ennis (1803). Nephew of Edmund Hogan.

John McMahon, only son of Thomas McMahon of Stonehall, Clare, educated Rathmines in county Dublin (1814).

Patrick McMahon, third son of Michael McMahon of Buncraggy, Clare and Mary Power deceased, educated Dublin (1803).

Thomas McMahon, first son of John McMahon of Firgrove, Clare and Margaret Ryan, born 1824.

Florence McNamara, son of Daniel McNamara of Doone, Clare (1677).

George McNamara, third son of Francis McNamara of Doolin, Clare and Jane Stamer, educated Ennis school (1798).

James McNamara (McNemara), third son of James McNamara of Ayle, Clare and Elizabeth Creagh, educated Ennis College (1803).

Michael McNamara, second son of Michael McNamara of Ennis, attorney, educated Ennis College (1837).

Thady McNamara, son of James McNamara of Flagmount, Clare (1803).

Charles Michael Magan, son of Michael Magan of Ennis deceased (1840).

Edward Greene Mahon, second son of Henry Greene of Ennis and Mary McMahon; grandson of Edward Mahon of Creglick, from whom he takes the name of Mahon; educated Ennis (1800).

Pierce Mahony- see separate entry as a postscript to Some Clare Men at Trinity College, Dublin.

James Mangan, third son of James Mangan of Ennis deceased (1817).

Nicholas Maunsell, second son of Richard Maunsell of Quinsborough, Clare and Rebecca Smyth, educated Limerick (1796). Nephew of Jane Gabbett.

Edward John Mayne, youngest son of Rev Charles Mayne of Killaloe, Clare, clerk and Susan Henn. Born c1824.

Thomas Miller, son of John Miller of Toonagh, Clare; his mother was Ellen Miller, widow; educated Ennis College (1838).

Chartres Molony, second son of Patrick Molony of Craggs, Clare and Alicia Brew. Nephew of James Molony (1833). Presumably, father of James Barry Molony.

James Molony, first son of David Molony of Dooglawn, Clare and Catherine Gore, educated privately (1797). Nephew of Ralph Gore, attorney.

James Molony, first son of James Molony of Kiltanon, near Ennis and Mary Weldon. Born 13 May 1758. Educated at Trinity College, Dublin. Barrister of King’s Inn 1797.

James Molony, son of Michael Molony of Furnacetown, Clare and Mary O’Brien, educated Ennis (1801). Nephew of Timothy Molony, attorney.

James Barry Molony, son of Chartres Molony of Ennis, solicitor (1861).

John Cotter Molony, first son of William Molony of Ennis, merchant and Margaret Cotter, educated Queen’s College, Galway (1865).

Lambert Molony, third son of James Molony of Kiltanon, Clare (1750). Died January 1771.

Michael Molony, son of Michael Molony deceased of Ennis. First cousin of John Burton, attorney. (1849).

Thomas Molony, son of Michael Molony of Furnacetown, Clare and Mary O’Brien, educated Dublin (1821). Brother of Michael Molony, surgeon. See also James Molony.

James Mongan, third son of James Mongan of Ennis and Mary O’Brien. Born c1794. Barrister of King’s Inn 1823. Older brother of Thomas Mongan.

Francis Goold Morony, third son of Thomas Morony of Milltown and Frances otherwise Morony, educated Trinity College, Dublin (1806).

Henry Morony, fourth son of Thomas Morony of Milltown House, Clare and Frances otherwise Morony, educated Ennis College (1806).

Thomas Morony, first son of Andrew Morony of Dunaha, Clare deceased, educated Trinity College, Dublin (1781).

Callaghan Mullins, son of Patrick Mullins of Dobryan, Clare, educated Ennis College (1845). Brother of Robert Foster Mullins.

Robert Foster Mullins, first son of Patrick Mullins of Dobrien, Clare and Eleanor Foster. Born 13 October 1813, educated Trinity College, Dublin (1834). Older brother of Callaghan Mullins.
Note: see Alumni Dublinenses (1924 edition), p 604: Educated by Mr Molony.
RC. BA 1836. LL.B and LL.D 1857.

N

John Hunt Newenham, first son of Noblet Newenham of Ashley Park, Clare and Alice Anderson, educated Ennis school (1796).

O

Christopher O’Brien, son of Morrough O’Brien of Ballycorrick and Margaret Hogan, educated Ennis school (1794).

Cornelius O’Brien- see separate entry as a postscript to Some Clare men at Trinity College, Dublin.

Donough O’Brien, fourth son of Sir Lucius O’Brien of Dromoland deceased and Anne French. Born 10 January 1780. Educated Oxford and Glasgow. Barrister King’s Inn 1805.

Edward O’Brien, third son of Sir Edward O’Brien of Dromoland and Dame Charlotte Smith. Born 6 December 1806. Educated Trinity College, Cambridge.
Barrister King’s Inn 1832.

John O’Callaghan, fourth son of (?) of (?), Clare and Catherine Colpoys, educated Ennis College (1809). Perhaps related to Cornelius O’Callaghan, attorney.

Charles O’Connell, first son of Maurice O’Connell of Moyreish, Clare and Martha Swyney, educated Ennis College (1813). Apprenticed to Connell O’Connell, an Ennis solicitor.

John O’Donoghue, third son of John O’Donoghue of Ennis deceased and Mary Barry. Born c1798, educated Trinity College, Dublin (1824).

Richard O’Gorman, third son of James O’Gorman of Ennis deceased and Susanna Mahon, educated Ennis College (1796).

Timothy O’Gorman, son of James O’Gorman of Buncraggy, Clare farmer deceased (1864). Brother of Thomas O’Gorman.

James O’Grady, second son of James O’Grady of Springfield, Clare and Mary Hogan, educated privately (1803). Nephew of Patrick Hogan of Dublin.

John O’Halloran, second son of Thady O’Halloran of Ballycunneen, Clare deceased and Mary Long, educated Limerick (1832). Younger brother of Peter O’Halloran.

Peter O’Halloran, second (sic) son of Thady O’Halloran of Ballyconnell, Clare and Mary Long, educated Belfast (1830). First cousin of James O’Brien.

Colman Michael O’Loghlen, first son of Rt Hon Sir Michael O’Loghlen, Bart of Drumconora (Ennis) and Bidelia Kelly, educated London University.
Note: Born 1819, Dublin (Clare Jo 30 Sep 1819). BA, University College, London. Second baronet. Queen’s counsel. Privy Council, 1868. Dictionary of National Biography.

Robert Ormsby, only son of Joseph Ormsby of Athenry, Galway, educated Ennis College (1814).

Marcus Paterson, first son of Francis Paterson of Ennis deceased (1775).

Jeremiah Perry, third son of Thomas Perry of Ballysheens, Clare, deceased, educated Dublin (1837). Brother-in-law of William Cotton Landey.

R

John Bridgeman Reddan, son of Matthew Reddan of Shannon View, Clare, educated Queens College, Galway (1856).

S

Bindon Scott, son of William Scott of Knoppogue, Clare educated Ennis College (1844). His maternal uncle was Joseph D Jackson, a Judge of Common Pleas.

John Shannon, third son of Denis Shannon of Ibrickan, Clare (1771).

James Shannon, son of Patrick Shannon of Derry, Clare, educated Trinity College, Dublin (1852).

Francis Sheppard, son of James Sheppard of Tipperary, educated Ennis College (1843). Brother-in-Law of John Smith, attorney.

Edward Singleton, third son of Edward Singleton of Quinville, Clare and Mary Brady. Born c1799 (1819).

Matthew Blood Smyth, first son of William Smyth of Castle Fergus, Clare and Anne Massey. Born c1822, educated Trinity College, Dublin (1842).

William Smyth, son of William Smyth of Castle Fergus, Clare, educated Banagher school, Kings county (1845). Nephew of Thomas Miller, attorney.

John Spring, first son of James Spring of Granahan, Clare and Lucy Stephenson, educated Ennis school (1795).

John Stacpoole, son and heir of George Stacpoole of Innes (1703). Died 18 April 1771.

George Stacpoole, third son of George Stacpoole of Annagh (1766).

George Stacpoole, son and heir of William Stacpoole of Annagh (1726).

Richard Stacpoole, son of Richard John Stacpoole of Edenvale, Clare educated Worcester, Clifton and Paris (1849).

William Henry Stacpoole, fifth son of George Stacpoole of Cragbryan, barrister and Jane Lysaght, educated Trinity College, Dublin (1809).

Charles Studdert, fourth son of Thomas Studdert of Bunratty Castle, Clare (1809).

Charles Fitzgerald Studdert, second son of Charles Studdert of Newmarket House, Clare and Maria Wogan. Educated at Trinity College, Dublin. (1809).
Brother of Frederick Studdert.

Frederick Studdert, third son of Charles Studdert of Newmarket House, Clare.
Educated Clonmel (1838). Perhaps related through his mother to Robert Wogan.

T

Samuel Tomkins, only son of Brevet Major Luke Gardiner Tomkins of O’Briens Bridge, Clare and Anne Davis, educated Kilrush, Clare (1836).

John Trousdell, first son of Charles Trousdell of Ennis, merchant and Ann Greene, educated Ennis school (1825).

W

Henry Walker, first son of Thomas Walker of Drummeen, Clare and Bridget Madgan, educated county Limerick (1815).

George Walton, son of George Walton of Ballysheen, Clare. Educated Limerick (1844).

Stephen Wolfe, second son of Stephen Wolfe of Tiemolan (perhaps Tiermaclane) Clare deceased (1814).

With apologies to those whom I have omitted.

Michael O’Loghlen Apollo Bay, Victoria, Australia.
December 2021

 

 
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