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The History and Topography of the County of Clare by James Frost
Part II. History of Thomond
Chapter 24

Book of Forfeitures and Distributions—continued
Barony of Burren: Part B
: Kilcorney Parish

Proprietors in 1641
To whom disposed of
Ballymihil Wm. O'Neylan; Donogh O'Brien Esq.;
Teige, son of Brian;
Loghlen, son of Lysagh;
Meaghan, son of Brian O'Loghlen
Laurence, and John Comyn; (Transplanted Papists)
Glensleade Same owners Laurence, and John Comyn; Donogh MacNamara;
Ralph Wilson
Poulbaun Earl of Thomond Earl of Thomond
Fodram              )
Kilcolmanbarry     )
Poulkilleen          )
Magheraweeleen )
Florence FitzPatrick;
Donogh O'Brien, Esq.;
Conor Oge Callaghane;
M'Loghlen Roe Callahane (O'Cullinane)
Laurence, and John Comyn
Caherconnell      )
Poulanine          )
Poulnacarnagh   )
Donogh O'Brien;
M'Loghlen Roe O'Cullinane;
Anthony, son of Conor; and
Lysagh, son of Phelim O'Loghlen
Laurence, and John Comyn; Earl of Inchiquin 
Eanty              )
Foadree           )
Boolamine        )
Cloghboola       )
Moylaan [63]      )
O'Loghlens; viz., Loghlen, son of Lysagh; Loghlen, son of Owny; Phelim, son of Conor; Conor, son of Lysagh; Turlogh; Rossa, son of Rory; Mahone, son of Brian; Florence, son of Brian; and Anthony Oge Earl of Inchiquin

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