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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
: Rathbourney Parish

Proprietors in 1641
To whom disposed of
Ballyallaban Donogh O'Brien, Esq.;
Dominick Lynch
Edmond Nugent
Ballyhohill Donogh O'Brien; Brian O'Loghlen Same
Ballyvoghane Donogh O'Brien, Esq.; Loghlen Oge; Rossa, son of Rory; Owney; and Donogh O'Loghlen Edmond Nugent;
William Neylan
Cahermacnaghten alias Kilbrack Hugh O'Davoren (Cahermacnaghton); Turlogh O'Brien and Daniel O'Brien (Kilbrack) Lord Clare, (Kilbrack);
Sir William King;
Gillananeave Oge O'Davoren
Caherwoolly John O'Davoren Sir William King;
Robert Dixon
Cloonmartin Donogh O'Brien, Esq. Edmond Nugent
Croagh North Same Same
Croagh South Brian O'Loghlen

Laurence and John Comyn; (Transplanted Papists from Co. Limerick)

Cullaun Same Henry Ivers; Donogh MacNamara; Thomas Mead
Faunarooska Donogh O'Brien Edmond Nugent
Feenagh Proprietor's name not given George Martin; Sylvester Hehir; Donogh MacNamara; (afterwards John Cusack)
Gragans Owney More O'Loghlen George Martin
Lisgoogan Turlogh O'Loghlen Edmond Nugent
Lislarheenmore Donogh O'Brien Constance Davoren;
Sir William King
Lismacteige Same Sir William King
Lisnalogherne and Lisduane Hugh O'Davoren Laurence and John Comyn
Lissylisheen [67] Donogh O'Brien;
Gillananeave O'Davoren
Sir William King

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