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Clonties of O'Connor Roe, otherwise called Cowrine McBrenan, 7a qTM; whereof belong to the Queen as of the abbey of Boyle, 4 qTM, as of the abbey of Conge, 4 qTM, and to the
cam, and forwarde to Ahalahanlare, fmm thence boundinge to Pollnemoynge, where it includeth the said river of Sucke, and then, reteynninge the meare, extendinge westwarde to the wood of Dowfle Deny, boundinge forwarde to Lahaghcoggry between the to we woodes of Bocalagh, on the sowthe in the county of Gallway, and Clowfilliffo on the northe, and so extendeth through Lahagh Corboghill, betweene Slyewe I boyn and Twoymacroym, and forwarde through the middeste of a greate bogge called Moanemore, and so alonge to the strearne of ClownIrr on the northe, from thence it runneth through the middest of Iskermore, and forwarde to Leanieneshennagh, and to Cloysassann. Then contynueth the
meare to Lean tagh Moyntcr bounding the
next parte of my Lo. Bermingham's countrey, and so forward to the edge of Clonmorrishe, on the south side of Scarrvenemoe, from thence to the river of Owyn-more on the northe, and so to the edge of CoysteUagh, and from thence, through a brooke or streame called Owynbcgg, extending forwarde to Aha-Inellanleh, buttinge west and north west to Grallagh-Gurtyne Ruyncoalla, and soe forwarde along the meare runninge betweene Cnockbrack and Leighballuroe, from thence to Ahetwoskert on the northe northe west of the same, and so dyrectly to Lyegane KiUtullagh, from thence to the meare called Cleyahagerran and to Mannaghe-Attyffyegher, then holdinge the meare to Cnockanbane, and forwarde to Bunshuckyn, and so along the meare of Lahaghgarraneenyehen, and to Lahagh Leameenyehe, and Pulliagh, and Lahagh-ne-trye gj'ery, and from thence to Cley Tomultagh, and still west northwest to Tullagh, from thence to Portnetrj naspoycke, which in English signefieth the meeting place of three bushopps, for that the bounds of the archbushopricke of Tweame, the buishopprick of Elphinn, and the buishopprick of Aghconry doe mcete in one, and from Portnetryenayspoyck along the river be
tweene Turlaghganyne and Urrye, and so to
and from thence to the river of Beallament, and so through Kyelmoana, and southward of Clo . . . from
thence through the Coyll, and to the forde of
Killmayne, and from thence as the streame runneth
to Beallacraunan, and conteynninge the said
on to Illane Enehbrack, from thence to the pace of Ballohfeama, and so through the bogg to the meare
betweene and Annackallamore, and through
the mayne bogg called Cryeragh-Iane, and so to Lyssiane on the easte, and boundinge forward along
to Beallamota, and through the bogg to Cur
raggmore, and from thence through the bogge westward to Rahatra, and so includinge the loghe of Rahotra to the meare of Slewroe, and from thence to Claysh Cloynogoynan, and so northward to Logh I gara, and comeinge oute of the said logh to the meare that boundeth the fyve townes of the Rann, being parte of the county of Sligo, and holdinge the same meare still runneth to Munhiniewoghter, and so through the bogg to Loghanbuy, from thence to Srowhan-Cley-nc-purtloycke, and so to Ardban, and to Boner Lyssertree, extendinge to Loghabunbwilla, and crossing over the river leadeth dyrectlie to Duffehe and Owyn-roe-barnbrislagh, and soe crossinge the mountayne of Corlewe goeth to Lahogb .. . and from thence to the streame which devydeth or. boundeth the towne of Ballymullany into two moyties, whereof one parte is included in the said county of Roscommon and the other parte in the county of Slygoe, and so to Srowhane-Killneglearath, including Killicketreanna, buttinge to Bealla-Inreaske, alonge one meare to Aylle Cony and to Tullagh begg, and from thence to Begmony in Duff Carricke on the .... Ballyneglearath, and then into the midest of Loghayllen, and from thence into the river of Sheanon, boundeth the county of Leotrym from the county of Roscommon, and so alonge the said river into Loghry, wheare it includeth and Clay
barronie of Ballentobber, called Karraw Reogh, Carrow Entaloghan, Carrowentobber, Carrow-Beallagh Kylly, and ^ a qr in Killester, consisting in the whole of 4^ qTM; whereof belongeth to the deanery of Elphine ^ qr; all which being drawne into one total, cometh to the aforesaid number of 905 qTM.
"The said lords, chieftains, acknowledging the manifold benefits and easements they finde in possessinge of their lands and goods, since the peaceable government of the said Lord Deputie, and the just dealinges of Sir Richard Binghame Knt. doe grant to the Queens most excellent Majestie, her heirs and successors for ever, one yearlie rent-charge of tenn shillings, good and lawful money of England goinge out of every qr, and for lacke of money the thresurer or generall Receiver to receive kyne to the value of the said rente. And further do covenant to aunswere & beare 30 good hable horsemen, and 30 footmen well armed, with carriage and victualls, to all hostings, roodes and journies within the said province of Connaught and Thomond; and 10 good hable horsemen and 40 footmen well armed, to all general hostings proclaimed in this realme.
"The said Lo. Deputie for & in the behalfe of the Queene's Majesty doth covenant, promise, grant and agree that the above named Hugh O'Connor dune, for his better maintenance, and in recompence of such customarie duties, exactions and cuttings as he pretended to have of O'Birne, O'Hanlie, O'Fflynne, and other freeholders of the said barronie of Ballintobber, shall have, by letters patent, to him and his heirs, not only the castle of Ballintobber, and all other castles and landes as belonge to the name and callinge of O'Connor dune, but also such lands and castles as he is now justlie seized of as his inheritance, to run in succession to him and his heirs, by course and order of the laws of England; and also shall have 7 qTM of land free, as a demayne to his said castle of Ballyntobber.
"That Teige oge O'Connor, for his better maintenance of living, and also in recompense of such customarie duties, exaccons and spendings as he pretended to have of O'Flanegan, Mc Brenan, and other freeholders of said barronie of Roscommon, shall have by letters patent to him and his heirs, not only the castle of Bellnemully, and all such other castles and lands as belong to the name and calling of O'Connor roe, and as he is now seised of his inheritance; and also 4 qTM free, as a demayne to said castle of Bealnemully.
"That Bryen Mc Dermod for his better maintinance of living, and also in recompence of such customarie duties, exaccons and spendings as he pretended to have of Mc Dermod roe, and other freeholders in the barronie of Boyle, shall have by letters patents, not only the castles of Carrick Mc Dermod, and all such other castles and lands as belong to the name and calling of Mc Dermod; but also all such as he is now entitled as his inheritance, to run in succession from him to his heirs, by course and order of the laws of England; and also 4 qTM free, as a demayne to his castle of Carrick M Dermod.
"That Hu. Mc Tirrelagh roe of Clonybirne shall have and take by letters patents, not only all such castles and lands as belong to the name and calling of Tanestship of O'Conor roe, but also all such as he is now seized of as his inheritance; and also 4 q" free as a demayne to his castle of Clonibirne.
"That Carbrie O'Birne of the Dingine shall have, by letters patents, all such lands as belong to the name of O'Birn, for life, with remainder to Dawghe O'Birne of Dowen.
"That Doualtaghe O'Conor of Bracklowne shall have 2 quarters free, adjoining his castle of Brakelowne in the baronie of Ballintobber.
"That Connor oge Mc Dermod shall have 2 qTM free, as a demayne to his house or towne of Incheaghochar.
"That the house or manor of Roscommon shall have 23 qTM of land free; whereof 4 qTM of Greene O'Molloye's farme to be parcell. And that the house or manor of Boyle shall have 20 qTM free.
"That Sir Tho' le Strange shall have 6 qTM free, as a demayne to his house or towne of Derran in the baronie of Roscommon.
"That John Crofton shall have 6 qTM free, as a demayne to his house and castle of Castlebragade, alias Canvoe in the barronie of Boyle.
"That Edward White shall have 4 qTM free, as a demayne to his castle or house of Ballenderie, in the barronie of Ballintobber.
"That William Clifford shall have 4 qTM free, as a demayne to his house or town of the calae, in the barronie of Boyle.
"That Theobald Dillon shall have 6 qTM free, viz. Carrowe-Ryogh, 1 qr in the barony of Ballintobber, and 4 qTM in Bally Mc Moroghe and Bally-ne Shie in the baronie of Boyle, as a demayne to his castle and mannor of Bynfaddae in the county of Mayo.
"That Mylles Cavanaghe shall have 2 qTM free, as a demayne to his castle of Newtowne in the baronie of Roscommon.
"That Patrick Morgan of Artaghe shall have 4 qTM free, as a demayne to his house or towne of Ballyneaden in the Barronie of Boyle.
"And, for as much as the meaner sorte of the freeholders, viz. of W Dermode, O'Conor Roe, and O'Conor Done's countries, shall be greatlie burdened by this composition, if the petty lords and captains next above them be allowed to take such rents and duties, as they pretend to belong to the sayd petty captainshipps; for remedy whereof it is condescended, concluded, and agreed, that the above named O'Berne, O'Hanlie, O'Fflanagan, O'Fflinne, Mc Breanan and Mc Dermod Roe, and all
others others of that callinge, shall have by letters patents, all such castles and lands as belongeth to the name and callinge of O'Birne, O'Hanlie, O'Fflanagan, O'Fflinne, M° Breanan and Mc Dermod Roe, and after the decease of every of them now living, the aforesaid rents shall from thenceforth be utterlie determined & extinguished for ever.—IN WITNESSE whereof the aforesaid Lords, chieftains &e' have hereunto put their seales, and subscribed their names this 3 rd day of October, Anno Domini 1585.
"W. TlJAMEN CONNOH OGK O'CONNOr ROE. ColLO O'ffloyne
John Crafton Robt. Nuoent Teig Mc Dermott.—Cahall Oge
Mcmulrony.—Ferrall Mc Dermod O'hanly.—Owen Grane
Mulrony Mc Dermott Tho. Dillon.—Bryan O'fflanigan.—
W. Clifford—John Birtshall.—Turlagh Mc Swine Car.
O'birn.—Bryan Mc Diarmod.—Hu. O'connor Mc Turlagh Roe."
"Com, Clare S. Thomond. "Indenture made betwixt the Right Honorable Sir John Perrott Knight, of the one partie, and the Lords spirituall and temporall, chieftaines, gent. &0, of that part of the province of Connaught called Thomond, that is to say, Donogh Earle of Thomond—Murrough lord baron of Inchiequin—The Reverend fathers in God, Mauricius Bishopp of Kyllalowe—Daniell elect bishop of Kyllffynnoraghe—Donogh O'Horane, dean of Kyllalow—Daniell Shennaghe, deane of Kyllfinoraghe —Denis, archdeacon of the same—Sir Edward Waterhouse of Downassee, knt.—Sir Tyrrelagh O'Brien of Ennestyvey, knt.—John Mc nemara of Knappock, otherwise called Mc Nemarra of Westcloncullun—Donell Reagh Mc Nemarragh of Garrowelagh, otherwise called McNemarragheofEaste Cloncullun—Teige Mc Mahoune of Clonderralae, otherwise called Mc Mahoun of Castle Corkowaskin—Tyrrelaghe Mc Mahoune of Moyurtye, chief of his name in Weste Corkowaskin—Moriertagh O'Brien of Dromeleyne, gen.— Mahowne O Brien of Clondewan, gen.—Owny O'Laughleine of the Gragans, otherwise called O'Laughlene—Rosse O'Laughlin of Glancollum-Kyllie, tanest to the same O'Laghlen—Mahone and Dermott O'Dae of Tullaghadae, chieffe of their names— Connor Mac Gilreoghe of Cragbreane, chieffe of his name—Tyrrelaghe Mac Teig
O'Brien of Beallacorege, gen Luke Bradey sonne and heire of the late bishopp of
Meath—Edward White of the Crattelagh, gen.—George Cusacke of Dromoylen, gen.—
Boetius Clanchie of Knockfynney, gen John Mc Nemara of the Moetullen, gen.
Henry O'Grady of the iland of Inchecronan, gen.—Donnogh M° Clanchie of the Urlion, chieffe of his name—Donnogh Garraghe O'Brien of Ballecessye, gen.—Connor O'Brien of Curharcorcae, gen.—and George Fanninge of Limerick, merchant, of the other parte."