Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records in Ireland

Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records in Ireland

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1877 edition. Excerpt: ...Stephen Lynche fitz Arthure, Nicholas Blake, and Andrew Browne, of Gal way, merchants; and Henry Draycott, of Maryverston, county Meath, gent.--18 June, iii. and iv. (Cal. PP., p. 352, art. 11.) 145 (80). Grant of English liberty to John O'Naghtyne, of Limerick, blacksmith, Katherine ny Chanyne, his wife, William O'Naghtyne, of the same, shoemaker, and Genet a Rwoana, his wife, and their issue.--20 June, iii. and iv. (Cal. P.R, p. 353, art. 20.) 1557. Fiants.--Philip And Mary. 146 (81). Grant of English liberty to Thomas O'Keyte, Patrick Bardane, and James O'Donaghowe, of Waterford, and their issue.--22 June, iii. and iv. (Cal. P.R., p. 353, art. 21.) 147 (121). Pardon to Robert Ewstas, Nicholas m'Bicharde, and Gerrott m'Richarde, of the county Kildare, gentlemen.--23 June, iii. and iv. (Cal. PR., p. 352, art. 12.) 148 (122). Pardon to Donoghe m'Brien m'Pheilim, Kyedaghe m'Owin O'Connor, Lysaghe m'Owin O'Connor, Donnoghe m'Owin O'Connor, William m'Water, Water O'Doran, Piers O'Doran, Moriertaghe O'Colgan and Ouno O'Herin, of Offally, kerns.--23 June, iii. and iv. (Cal. P.R., p. 352, art. 13.) 149 (82). Grant of English liberty to Thomas Basill and John Parfoundy, of Dublin, artizans, and their issue.--No date. 30 June, iii. and iv. (CaL PR., p. 353, art. 22.) 150 (123). Pardon to Henry Draycott, of Maryverston, county Meath, gent., otherwise of the city of Dublin, chief remembrancer of the Exchequer.--2 July, iii. and iv. (Cal. PR, p. 352, art. 14.) 151 (60). Grant to John Wycombe, of Dublin, clerk; of the offices of Clerk of the Pleas and Usher of the Exchequer. To hold during pleasure, with the accustomed fees.--Endorsed "iii. and iv." 152 (124). Pardon to Maurice or Moris Moile, and his sons, Rowry m'Moris Moile, Murghe...show more

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  • Paperback | 54 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 113g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123690978X
  • 9781236909787