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The History and Topography of the County of Clare by James Frost

Part III. History of the County of Clare
Chapter 17. Inquisitions relating to county of Clare—Reign of Charles I

Chapter 17. Footnotes

1. This was Turlogh Roe.

2. Hugh Brady, bishop of Meath, was born at Dunboyne, in that county, and was buried in the church of the same place, in 1584, after presiding over the see of Meath for twenty years.—Ware’s Bishops. John O’Grady and the Right Rev. Hugh O’Brady were brothers. The first-named was the ancestor of the O’Gradys of Kilballyowen, while from the bishop were descended the Bradys of Raheens.

3. Called after this Bourke, Dangan-ui-Bourke.

4. The original is here somewhat defaced.

5. Another Inquisition gives the date of another Deed, viz., of the 10th of December, 1621, by which Sir John made a settlement of his estates, and appointed as trustees Lord Kilmallock, Sir Roger O’Shaughnessy of Gort, Sir Roland Delahoyde of Fomerla, and John, son of Donagh MacNamara of Danganbrack.

6. This name must be erroneously spelt.

7. This Inquisition is in English.



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