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The History and Topography of the County of Clare by James Frost
Part II. History of Thomond
Chapter 26

Book of Forfeitures and Distributions—continued
Barony of Tulla Upper: Part E
: Tomgraney Parish

Proprietors in 1641
To whom disposed of
Aughrim [115] Earl of Cork Earl of Cork
Ballymalone Luke Brady, Esq., son and heir of the Bishop of Meath Luke Brady; (a Protestant)
Ballyminoge Earl of Cork Earl of Cork
Ballyquin Luke Brady Luke Brady
Ballyvannan Same Same
Callahy Same Same; and Thomas Elliott
Cappacannaun Earl of Cork Earl of Cork
Capparoe Thomas and Donogh Oge O'Grady;
Richard Butler
Bishop of Killaloe
Cloonusker Earl of Cork Earl of Cork
Coolagory Earl of Cork Earl of Cork
Corrakyle Earl of Thomond Earl of Thomond
Fossabeg Donogh Oge O'Grady Earl of Inchiquin;
Bishop of Killaloe
Fossamore Earl or Cork;
Donogh, son of John O'Grady
Earl of Cork; Bishop of Killaloe; (augmentation)
Poulagower Earl of Cork Earl of Cork
Raheen Luke Brady, Esq. Luke Brady
Scariff, (Drewsborough) Earl of Cork Earl of Cork
Teeronear Luke Brady Luke Brady
Tomgraney Same Same

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