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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
: Kilmoon Parish

Proprietors in 1641
To whom disposed of
Ballydonoghue Boetius Clancy;
Conor O'Coilehane
More Butler alias Bryan;
Pierce Creagh
Ballyhenna Daniel O'Brien Alderman Pierce Creagh, of Limerick
Ballyinsheenbeg Donogh, son of Bryan O'Loghlen; Maoelaghlin Cam O'Loghlen Teige Ryan;
Pierce Creagh
Ballyinsheenmore Boetius Clancy Sir James Galway;
Teige Ryan
Ballyneillan Daniel O'Brien Thomas Mead;
Donogh O'Brien
Ballyteige and Lisdoonvarna Finin FitzPatrick J. Sarsfield;
Earl of Inchiquin;
Sir James Galway;
Cyprian Davoren;
Mary Bourke;
Dr. Richard Madden
Caherbarnagh Turlogh, son of Loghlen, son of Murrogh O'Loghlen More Butler;
Pierce Creagh
Caherbullog Donogh O'Brien;
Loghlen Oge, son of Lysagh O'Loghlen
Thomas Meade;
Pierce Creagh
Cahercloggaun Daniel O'Brien Pierce Creagh
Cooleabeg Same Same
Cooleamore William Neylan, an infant William Neylan
Kilmoon Donogh O'Brien;
Turlogh, son of Loghlen O'Loghlen
Earl of Inchiquin;
Pierce Creagh
Knockaskeheen Daniel Oge Clancy More Butler;
Dr. Richard Madden
Lisheeneagh Donogh O'Brien, Esq. Pierce Creagh
Lismorahaun [65] Same Thomas Mead

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