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and Lineage: The McEnerhinys of Ballysallagh in the Sixteenth Century
By Luke McInerney
McEnerhinys of Ballysallagh: A micro-study
McEnerhiny land dispute: 1565-1632
Survey of the McInerney Sept of Thomond by Luke McInerney
Clerics and Clansmen: the Vicarages and Rectories of Tradraighe in the 15th Century by Luke McInerney
The West Clann Chuiléin Lordship in 1586: Evidence from a Forgotten Inquisition by Luke McInerney
16th century bardic poem composed for Seán Mac Conmara by Luke
This paper extends on the author’s 2008 article in the Other Clare journal which referenced a sixteenth century feud between branches of the McEnerhiny (McInerney) lineage of Ballysallagh in Kilnasoolagh parish, County Clare. This paper details the context behind the intra-sept feud amongst the McEnerhiny deirbhfhine in light of a discovered Court of Chancery bill. The paper will explore conflict among the extended kinfolk of Irish septs and present evidence on landholding arrangements in the sixteenth century Mac Conmara lordship of West Clann Chuiléin.
Clare County Library is grateful to Luke
McInerney for donating this article which was originally published in
the North Munster Antiquarian Journal, vol. 49, 2009, pp 1-26.