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The History and Topography of the County of Clare by James Frost
Part II. History of Thomond
Chapter 23

Book of Forfeitures and Distributions
Barony of Bunratty Lower
: Clonloghan Parish

Proprietors in 1641
To whom disposed of
Ballynooskny (Fuasnadh, fighting) Mahone Oge MacNamara Sir Henry Ingoldsby [3]
Ballymurtagh Teige and Conor Oge MacNamara Same
Caherteige John MacNamara of Ralahine;
Daniel, son of Donogh MacInerney;
Murtagh, son of Donogh MacInerney
Same [4]
Clonloghan Bishop of Killaloe Bishop of Killaloe [5]
Drumgeely Earl of Thomond Earl of Thomond [6]
Killulla (Ulla, a burying place;
a stone altar tomb)
Earl of Thomond; John Clancy;
Teige Clancy
Earl of Thomond; John Clancy, (a Transplanted Papist); Sir H. Ingoldsby
Leamaneigh Daniel, son of Conor; John Oge; and Donogh, son of Mahone MacNamara Sir Henry Ingoldsby [7]
Lisarinka Richard Clancy; Teige Clancy Same [8]
Lisconor Nicholas Fanning; [9]
Teige Don MacInerney;
Daniel, son of Mahone MacInerney
Sir Henry Ingoldsby [10]
Lislea Earl of Thomond;
John and Teige Clancy
Earl of Thomond; Geo. Clancy; Sir H. Ingoldsby
Lismacleane Nicholas Fanning Sir Henry Ingoldsby
Tullyglass Conor Oge MacNamara;
Hugh Clancy; Cormuck Hickey;
Rory, son of Loghlen MacNamara
Same [11]
Tullyvarraga Earl of Thomond;
Dermot, son of Daniel;
Patrick, son of Donogh;
Conor, son of Loghlen; and
Teige MacNamara.
Same [12]

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