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Archdeacon of Meath ; Thomas Allen of Kilheele, Esq. ; William
Eustace of Castle Martin, Esq. ; Henry Bellinge, Esq. ; John
Aylmer, Esq. ; Thomas FitzGerrald of Laccagh, Esq. ; Gerrald
FitzGerrald of Allen, Esq. ; Nicholas Wogan of Rathcofiy, Esq. ;
Roger Downton, Esq. ; Thomas Stokes, Esq.



Names of the Coroners.

James FitzGerrald of Osberston, Edward FitzGerrald of

Names of the Sovereigns and Provosts of the towns William

Sheale, sovereign of the town of Kildare ; Nicholas Aysh, pro-
vost of the town of Naas ; William Smith, provost of the town
of Athye ; Atwell Batwell, provost of the town of Kildrought ;
Turlagh Doyne, provost of the town of Rathmore ; Thomas
Peppard, provost of the town of Leixlip ; Richard Dowlin,
provost of the town of Kill ; William Browne, provost of the
town of Wo^hterard.


Names of Constables.

Gilbert Sutton of Ardre, John Allen of Bishopps-court,
William Higgs of Cottlandstown, Edward Sherlocke of Sher-
lockesfcowne, Oliver Eustace of Blackwood, Henry Bath of Clane,
Richard Bellowe of Clougeswood, Edward Eustace of Kyl-
morry, John Dod of Connall, Robert Myssett of Harbertston,
Gerrald Fitz Bryan of Ballysymon, Richard Jacob of Srowlane,
Thomas Segerson of Halveston, John Danyell of Castle
Dermott, Laurence Dowdall of Killin, Peirs Brymingham of

Names of the Jurors for the Lord King.
Barony of Sault.

John Fyan of Leixlip, Gerrald Wellesley of Kildrought,
Patrick Tipp of Tippston, Christopher Walsh of Moretowne,
Edward Ay she of Furnaghts.

Barony of Naas. ,

Oliver Eustace of Mullaghrash, Patrick Sanders of Newton
o'More, John Hasquin of Little Rath, Nicholas Browne of
Newton o'Moore, Thomas Sherlocke of Naas, Robert Kenna
of the same, William Latten of the same, Thomas Kelly of the
same, and Walter Archbold of the same.

Barony of Clane.

John FitzGerald of Grages, Richard Rochford of Newton
o'Clane, Thomas FitzGerrald of Ballandsox, Redmond Fitz-
Gerrald of Tymoghe, William Wogan of Downings, John
Rochford of Clane.

Barony of Ikethy and Woghtcreay.

Maurice Eustace of Clogoswood, Gerald Aylmer of Little
Cappoth, Thomas Walsh of Cloncurry, Richard Roe of Brang-



Barony of Connally.

Thomas Wogan of Ncwhall, John Goulding of Hauberston,
James FitzGeiTald of Pinchers Grange, James Eustace of

Barony of Ophaly.
Edward FifczGerrald of Brownstowne.

Barony of Norragh and Rebon.

Walter Wellesley of Norragh, Richard Wellesley of Blacke-
hall, Oliver Eustace of Blackrath, Alexander Eustace of
Crookestowne, Maurice Eustace of Collbinstowne.

Barony of Kilkulliu.
Thomas Dougan of Tuberngan.

Barony of Kilka and Moone.

Maurice FitzEdmond of Birton, Gerald FitzBrian of the
same, William Eustice of Moone, Piers FitzGerrald of Bealan.

Barony of Carbry.

John Brymingham of Donfort, Richard Brymingham of
Mucklane, Piers Brymingham'of Gavisker, Gen-aid Brymingham
of Grange, Thomas Brymingham of Longwood, Richard Bry-
mingham of Russellswood.

In the County of Catherlogh, the 4th of July 1608.

Lords Theobald Lord Viscount Butler of Tullagh, Thomas
Lord Bishop of Laughlyn and Fearnes.

Knights Sir Thomas Colebough, Knight; Sir Richard
Maisterson, Knight ; Sir William Hartpoole, Knight.

Esquires Morgan McBrian, Esq. ; Henry Davells, Esq. ;
William Wale, Esq. ; George Bagnall, Esq. ; Oliver Eustace,
Esq. ; Gerald McMortagh, Esq. ; Donell Kavonagh, Esq. ; Nic-
holas Harman, Esq, ; George Hartpoole, Esq. ; Bryan Me-
Donnogh, Esq.

Coroners William Broune of Cloughchricke, William
Tomyne of Clonygagh.

Constables of the Barony of Catherlough William Gorst
of Canickstowne.

Barony of Idron.
Donell O'Rian of Tomgarrough, Owen Byrne of Ballyrian.

Barony of St. Molyn.

Morris Kavanagh of Ballybracke, Donnough O'Neyle of

Barony of Fort.

Rowry O'Nolan of Kilbracan, Thomas O'Nolan of Bally-



Bailiffs Arrant Hugh Leaugh for the Barony of Gather-
lough, David Barron for the Barony of Idrone, William
Moyhill for the Barony of Fort, James McTeig sergeant of
Ravillc, Edmond Ower Sergeant, sergeant of St. Moylyne.

Freeholders Barony of Idrone, George Etherunton of
Kahellin, Owen Birne of Aha, Cahir McTeige of Knockscurr,
William Birne of Oldtowne, Philip Walshe of Tomand, Der-
monde Kavanaugh of Rahedin, Edmond McGarrald of the Rath,
Turlough Birne of Kylmtlapock (sic), Edmond McTirlough
of Kilree, Cahir McDonell Reough of Ballycromgan, Donell
Roe McDermott of Baldinge, Teig O'Rian of Balliellen,
Donough Kevanaugh of Kilconyney, Dermott Kevanaugh of
Ballifenyne, David McMortagh of Clowater, Phoores* McCavell
of Kilgreany, Donough McGarrott of Bordduffe, Garrat Me
Morris of Kilgreney, James McRichard Ballongh of the Bunes,
Donough McMorrough of Bally William Roe, William Fagon of
Dunlockney, James Birne of Seskinrem, John McGarett of
Balliteige, Owen Geere of Kilamonine, Piers Carron of Rath-
duffe, Owen McDonnough of Knockroe, Mortagh Kavanaugh
of Kilkallatin, John Thomyne of Ballydarmyne, Donell Fyn
of Boreduffe, Walter Butler of Balliteigbeaugh, Patrick Mor-
phue of Bollintollin.

Barony of Catherlough.

Richard Wale of Pollardstowne, James Cooke of Staples-
towne, Ferdonough Gormagan of Graungfort, Edmond Birne
of Ballilowe, Dermott McShane of Balliterney, James Birne of
Ratrogc, William Birne of Moyhill, Donnough Birne of Teure-
lan, James Arspoll of Freerstowne, Robert Everson of Clough.

Barony of Fort.

William Barry of Rarush, Morrough Birne of Straugh, Teigc
Nolan of Ballicallie, Donagh Nolan of Ballihemoge, Mortagh
McGarrott of Myssell, Donell McHugh of Shangarry, Donell
Nolan of Killayne, Donnough Morrough of Carricknestayne,
Patrick McShane of Ballitample, Donnough Roe of Kilbreede
NVilliam Oookc of Kilcoolc.

Barony of Ravill.

Thomas Butlor of Clomoro, Edmond Leyn of Shroughbooo,
Redmond Leyn of Lcsenevae, Walter Grace of Browalstoune,
Mortagh Binic of Bennecerry, Garrott Birne of Ballidufl'c,
Dermot Owen of Killelongart, Teige O'Gormagan of Ardriston,
David McSymon of Culliebcge.

Barony of St. Moylyne.

Shane McDermott of Ballihemoge, David McSheron of
Ballybcge, James McDermod of Lefallygan, Edmond Collatun




of Ballicranigambege, Piers Collatan of Tennecarricke.Dermond
McDonell of Bally cramgain castlayn.

In the county of Kilkenny, 9th July 1608.

Names of the Lords as well Spiritual as Temporal

Thomas Earl of Ormond and Ossory, Richard Lord Viscount
Mount Garrett.

Theobald Lord Viscount Tullagh, John Bishop of Ossory.

Names of Knights and Justices of the Peace.

Sovereigns of the town of Kilkenny Richard Slice,
Knight ; Jacob Butler, Esq. ; Richard Butler, Knight ; Ro-
bert Roth, Esq ; Henry Mannering, Esq. ; Richard Deane,
Deacon of Kilkenny ; Helias Shee, Esq. ; Lucas Shee, Esq. ;
Gerald Grace, Esq. ; Patrick Archer, Esq. ; Walter Walsh,
Esq. ; Nicholas Cleere, Esq.' ; Thomas Denn, Esq. ; Robert
Grace, Esq. ; David Serment, Esq. ; Piers Butler, Esq. ;
Walter Archer, Esq. ; Henry Shee, Esq. ; John Butler, Rector
of Callan ; Thomas Stronge, Esq.

Names of the Coroners.

Richard FitzGerrald of Gurtin, Oliver Waton of Growe,
Thomas Shortall of Ratharding, Joseph Walsh of Kilkregan.

Names of the Constables of the Barony of Gawran.

Redmond Bleachfield of Rathgarvan, Thomas Purcell of

Constables of the Baronies of Igroin, Ida, and Iberton.

Nicholas FitzGarrald of Gurtyn, Piers Aylward of Ayle-

Constables of the Barony of Iverke.
John Walsh of Kilkregan, Edward Baton of Kilmodully.

Constables of the Barony of Kells.
Robert Walsh of Doumogan, James Howlinge of Kilry.

Constables of the Barony of Claragh.

John de Rochford of Kilary, George St. Leger of Wonces-

Constables of the Barony of Knocktofer.
Geoffrey Power of Knocktofer, James Faing of Croambeg.

Constables of the Barony of Shillekyr.

Edward St. Lcger of Tulleghabroeg, William FitzGarrald
of Bamtchurch, Richard Archdecon, constable of Galmoy.



Constables of Fasagh de Myn and Odoghe.

Robnett Purcell of Foulksrath, William O'Brena of Bally-
homy n.

Barony of Gawran.

Edward Blanchfield of Blanchveldstowne, Edward Purcell
of Ballyfoell, Edward Butler of Old Aboy, Theobald Butler of
Nogha, Thomas Tobyn of Lyrath, William St. Leger of Clogha,
Edward Blanchveld of Milton, Piers O'Ryan of Ullard, John
Power of Powerswood, William Fanninge of Bally McCloghny,
Tirlagh O'Rian of Barne Vedan, Piers McHenry Roe O'Rian of
Thornnebaghy, James O'Rian of Ballymorough, Melerus Payen
of Ballynebally, Oliver Shortall of Leghrath, Richard Shortall
ot Brownsborne.

Igroin, Ida, and Ibercon.

Piers Gall of Gallestowne, Piers Butler of Anaghes, Robert
Freny of Ballyraddy, Walter Forstall of Forstallstowne,
Maurice Daton of the same, Walter Forstall of Killred, Wil-
liam Walsh of Ballycre, Richard Forstall of Carrignegany,
Richard Walsh of Carignory, Oliver Grace of Kilrmdony.

Barony of Overke.

Richard Grant of Corlcd, Walter Grant of Portneholl, Piers
Baton of Grangowin, James Daton of Bally McCrony, Walter
Walsh of Listroley.

Barony of Kerlis.

Thomas Butler of Rossonarowe, Richard Butler of Rogers-
towne, David Howling of Damynbeg, Thomas Tobin of Killol-
legha, Richard Tobin of Rosscommon.

Barony of Shillecher.

Rowland FitzGarrald of Barntchurch, Richard Comerford
of Ballybir, James Forstall of Kilferagh, James Comerford of
EarJstowne, Patrick Mothell of the same, Piers Raged of

Barony of Knocktofer.

Adam "Walsh of Crobally, Thomas Purcell of Kilkerell
Edward Walsh of Ballaghbregan, Richard Walshe of Knock-
inoella, Robert Walshe of Ballynerowly, John Grace of

Barony of Cranagh.

Oliver Shortall of Ballylorka, James Drylin of Kilberagha,
Richard O'Rocrk of Uuresheis, James Sliortall of Purcellsteirs,
Richard Grace of Cowle Ishull, John Smith of Clastnoe, Richard
Butler of Woucestownc.



Barony of Fasagh, Denny, and Idogb.

Patrick O'Brena of Rathcally, Redmoiid Purcell of Esker,
Peirs Purcell of Lysmayne, Edmond O'Brena of Uskcrtye, Farr
McDonnogh of Croghtoncle, Edmund Duffe of Crint.

Sovereigns and Provosts.

Sovereign and provost of, the town of Kilkenny, sove-
reign and provost of the town of Callan, sovereign and
provost of the town of Thomastowne, provost of the town of
Irishtoun, provost of the town of Gawran, provost of tlio
town of Enistrog, provost of the town of Knocktofer, pro-
vost of the town of Kerlis, provost of the town of Don-
mogan, provost of the town of Jorepoints.

Copy. P. 11.

Vol. Co;, p. 1G7. 11. A NOTE of RATES for the Wages of Artificers, Labourers and

Household Servants set down within the County of

1. All manner of persons being under the age of 50 years,
not having to the value of Ql. sterling of their own proper
goods shall be compelled to labour for their living. 2. No
labourers nor servants shall depart out of one Barony into
another without leave of a Justice of Peace. 3. No persons
not having the eighth part of a plough shall keep any servant
in their house, but shall labour and do their work themselves.
4. No person shall hire any servant for less term than a
year. 5. No servant shall depart from their master without
giving a quarter's warning before witness, and at the end of their
terms their masters shall give them certificate of their good
behaviour, upon pain of 40s. 6. All masters shall pay their
servants their wages quarterly. 7. No person shall harbour
or relieve any servant being departed from his master without
certificate, upon pain of l()s. 8. Every plough holder shall
have for wages by the quarter Gs. 8d. sterling, with meat and
drink. 9. Every leader of the plough shall have by the
quarter 5s., as before. 1 0. Every beam holder shall have by
the quarter 3s. 4d. sterling. 11. A good servantmaid by
the year, 10s. 12. Every young girl serving, rateably. 13. A
cowboy for every cow, for the half year, lit/. 14. A cowboy
for 2 heifers, Id. 15. Every labourer shall be hired by the day,
with meat, 2<Z. 16. From Michaelmas to our Ladyday in
Lent, with a dinner, 2<7. 17. Every labourer without meat,
per day, 4ti 18. A master carpenter or mason shall have per
day, with meat and drink, (id. Ji). Without meat and
drink, 12<7. 20 All under carpenters and masons being next
to the master per day, with meat and drink, 4*1. 21. Without
meat and drink, 3d. 22. Every apprentice being able to work
well, 2rf. 23. For making every plough beam, with meat, 8c/.
24. For the best cowhide, os. For the largest pair of
broaghs, 9c?. 2G. For the second sort, 8d. 27. For women's



broaghs, 6d. 28. The best plough iron shall be sold for 4s.
29. For making a plough iron, the owner making finding
iron, ISd. 30. For the best mending of a plough iron as
before, 8d. 31. Every smith shall bring axes, spades, shovels
and such necessaries to the common markets. 32. A weaver
shall have for eveiy weavers slatt containing 3 market
slatts, 4eZ. and 8 quarts of meal, of 1,000 or 1,600 a medder
of meal, and Id. 33. For every such like slatt of 8 or 9
hundred 4d., and 8 quarts of meal. 34. For every like slatt
of 6 or 7 hundred 2d., and 4 quarters of meal. 35. For the
best " brakan " weaving after the rate of the best linen cloth.

36. All other coarse plodding after the rate of 8 or 9 hundred.

37. For weaving a mantle, a medder or 2 gallons of meal,
and 3d. 38. For weaving the best caddowe, a medder of
meal, and 4dL 39. For weaving of a jerkin cloth, 2d. 40. For
weaving of a trous cloth, Id. 41. A cottener for the best
mantle, cottened of the best fashion, his dinner, and 6d.

42. For cottening of a second, being coarser, his dinner, and 4>d.

43. For cottening the best mantle with cards, his dinner, and
4td. 44. For cottening the best cad do w with cards, his dinner,
and 6d. 45. For cotteniug the best caddow with shears, being
the best fashion, 8d. 46. For cottening a jerkin cloth, 2d.
47. For a trouse cloth, Id. 48. Everyone leaving or re-
fusing to work because of these rates is to be fined, or im-
prisoned until he be content, 40s. 49. Every tradesman
working at these rates is to have servants to follow his
other business.

Copy. Pp. 2.

Vol. 607, p. 166. 12. A BRIEF of some Things which I observed in the several
Baronies of the county of Tyrone during the time that I
was High Sheriff of that county in Anno 1608, vizt.

("In Carew's Itandwriting.'" The High Sheriff's
name was John Teighe, Esq.)

First, I observed that there are certain kindreds or septs
of the Neales in divers parts of Tyrone, which ever did, and
still do as much as in them lietb, oppose both against Tyrone
and all those of his proper [sept and party, namely, in the
Barony of Strabane, Tyrloghe Oge O'Neale, son to Sir Arthur
O'Neale and all his followers and dependants, as well of the
Neales as of the Quinnes, and likewise of divers other septs
on that side of Slewe Sheese. Also in the Barony of O'Meaghe
all that sept of the Neales called the Slughte Arts, do deadly
hate Tyirones sept. And likewise in the Barony of Clougher,
are two other distinct septs of the Neales who hate Tyrrone
and his sept, one of which septs are the sons of Shan O'Neale
and their followers. In the Barony of the Glynnes, called
Loughinisolyn, the inhabitants consisting chiefly of the Neales,
the Haggans, the Mullhalluns with the McCahirs and the
Quines are wholly those which hnd their absolute depen-

JAMES I. . 31


dance upon Tyrrone and his sept, and in this place especially
about that part of the Barony called Killytraghe, being a strong
fastness, do inhabit the chief nest of those that upon any
sudden occasion offered them would first show themselves in
action for Tyrones party, they being able out of this one quarter
to draw together at least 200 able men, and well armed within
24 hours warning. Also I have observed that under colour
of having liberty to wear arms in the time of O'Dogherties
rebellion for their own defence, the country is now every-
where full of pikes and other weapons which their Irish smiths
daily make. Another matter of note is that the permitting
of some of the naturals in every quarter of that county to
bear the title of officials, for the Bishop, is a great inconvenience
and hurt to the establishment of the King's laws and courses
of justice amongst that barbarous people, for these kind of
fellows, under colour of their authority from the Bishop,
take upon them to decide all private controversies and wrongs
committed between party and party, in the nature of Breghans
or Judges, according to the rules of the old Popish canons,
and do extort from the people at least 3s. or 4s., in the pound
for every matter that they give order in; and, (withal,
enjoin and persuade them as much as they possibly can, that
they shall not commit these matters of controversy to trial by
the King's laws, and, therefore, it were necessary this abuse
were reformed.

I likewise observed a great defect of schools in those parts
for the instruction of their youth, which, upon conference on
that point with the best gentlemen of every quarter of the
country, I find them very willing and desirous to have schools
for that purposesettled amongst them.

Copy. Pp. 2.

Vol. eoo, p. 136. 13, The GKAND PANEL of the county of Wexford, as it was re-
turned in the general sessions holden before Sir James
Ley, Knight, Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench,
in Ireland, and Robert Oglethorpe, Esq. ; Second Baron
of the Exchequer in Ireland, justices of assize and jail
delivery in the county of Wexford, the 25th of July

Justices of the Peace.

Thomas Lord Bishop of Femes and Leighline ; Sir Thomas
Colcloigh, Knight ; Sir Dudley Loftus, Knight ; Sir Richard
Mastersonne, Knight ; Sir Laurance Esmond, Knight ; Sir
William Sinot, Knight ; James Butler of Bellabow, Esq. ;
Philip Devroux, of Balinagir, Esq. ; Morgan Kavannagh, Esq. ;
Nicholas Kenuay, Escheator, Esq. ; Donull Kavannagh, Esq. ;
William Brown, of Malranckan, Esq.; Arthur Kavannaigh, Esq. ;
Marcus FitzHarvie, Esq. ; Edward FitzHarvic Esq. ; Dennott
Kavannaigh, Esq. ; John Brounc, sovereign of Wex ; James


1 GOB.

Duff, of Cosse, Esq. ; Robert Dode, Esquire ; Patrick Furlonge,
Esq. ; RichaixVWitty, of Balleteg, Esq.; John Itchinghane ; Nic-
holas Conner, Esq. ; Dennes Dale, Esq. ; Nicholas Mastersonne,
Esq. ; James Furlonge, Esq. ; John Alene, Esq. ; John Devroux
of Dipper, Esq. ; Walter Talbot, Esq. ; Richard Talbot, Esq.

His Majesty's Coroners.

Hammond Stafford of Baleconnor, Robert Rowsetor of
Brigbargyc, Hugh Ballaigh, McDonaigh Oge of Killconky,
Philip Roche, of Brianstoun, Michael Sinot of the Rahen.

The Constables of the Barony of Forte.
Thomas Wadinge of Balleroghy, Joseph Elyot of Rath-

Constables of Baigre.
Walter Witty of Nimestoune, James Dewoux of Newcastle

Barony of Shilbirne.

Alexander Redmond of the Hall, Thomas FitzHavie of

Barony of Bantry.

James Hoar of Bellaborow, James Sutone and Thomas

The Portreves of Towns.

John Furlong of portrief of Banno, Morgan McRory
portrcve Tainan, James Ketinge portreve of Federt, Nicholas
llea portreve of Clomem.

The Gentlemen of Fotherde.

CJeorge Chevers of Killiane, Gent. ; Robert Esmond of
Jolincstone, Gent. ; Hugh Rochford of Tagomane, Gent. ;
Man ton Synot of Ballebrennan ; Robert Synot of Balehorran,
Gent. ; Marten C'od of Castlctowne ; James Cod of Baleenfane,
Gent. ; Jasper Codd of Cloess ; John Stafford of Fursetime,
Gent. ; John Walshe of Polranctan, Gent. ; William Hane of
the Hill, Gent. ; William Hane of the Sladde, Gent. ; Nicholas
Walshe of the Buss ; John Turner of Belleushen, Gent. ; Simon
Synott of Bnllegerce ; Jesper Synot of Rathdownny, Gent. ;
John Devroux of Mnglas, Gent. ; Patrick Witty of Bal-
macussen ; James Butler of Butlerstoune ; Edward Kctingc
of Bnlemakeynn ; Mathew SigonofSigenstoune, Gent. ; Richard
1 Tare of Rcdcstoune, Gent. ; Walter Frinss of Baletorie, Gent. ;
William Symotte of the Growgane, Gent. ; John Esmonde of
Rathlonnane, Gent. ; Walter Hare of Harestoune ; Patrick
Fit/Nicollof Balecowanne; Richard Rochford of Petettestoune ;
John Hoar of lonoclestouue ; Paul Ketinge of Balebeg
Philip Wadingc of Asoalye ; Henry Synot of Gracekyrock



Derraigh O'Drycane of Remotestoun ; Nicholas White of
Crommer ; Nicholas Synot of Ballohell ; James Synot of the
Berlagh ; Nicholas Codd of Balmakeyrie ; James Stafford of
the Gragene.

The Gentlemen of the Barony of Bargie.

Maurice FitzHarvie of Kilkevan ; John FitzNicholl of
Baleharthie ; James Ketinge of Baldenestoune ; Hamond
Chevers of Balesestene ; William Rowseter of Tomger ;
Alexander Ketinge of Rosselletoune ; Walter Nevell of Tallo-
kenaye ; John Barrie of Bariestoune ; Alexander Devroux of
the Woodgrage ; Walter Devrox of Caregeschurche ; Richard
Broune of the Holdhall ; Nicholas Broune of Rathronnarie ;
Walter Broune of Gragrobben ; Tibald Roche of Killmannane ;
Nicholas Wittie of Gentestoune ; Patrick Prendergast of San-
shill ; Michael Hare of the Blackball ; Marcus Devroux of

The Gentlemen of the Barony of Shilmalyce.

Nicholas Synnot of Fawleston ; James Synnot of Rosgar-
lande ; Nicholas Hoar of Ballesweillan ; Walter Rowseter of
Slevey ; Walter Hare of Cronwall ; Nicholas Hoar of the
Poill ; Patrick Meyler of the Dirr ; John Hoar of Muchwodd ;
Thomas Furlong of Cargmannan ; Thomas Furlonge of the

The Barony of Bantrye.

Edward Butler of Clonkeraigh, Mathew Furlonge of Davies-
toun, Thomas Scurloh of the Balgan, Severaigh O'Doyrane of
the Chaple, Dowloun McMoigb of Ballegobbane, Dermot Ower
McMoigh of the same, Edmond McArte of Bolebann, Arte
McBren of Tarn pie Wodekann, Teg McMorrishe Ley of Killo-
vany, Caier McEdtnond of Rathepadenboy.

The Barony of Shilbirne.

Oliver Ketinge of Donga vestoun, Nicholas Luffane of the
Sladd, Nicholas Witye of Dougolpe, Richard Sutone of the
Prisugard, James Prendergast of Balleforouh, Thomas Sutone
of the Old Courte, John Sutone of Balesope, Gent., Walter
Ketinge of Galleystone.

The High Constables of the Barony of Ballaighene.

Edmond Synot FitzJames of Ballevelle, Connell, McDonnell
Evallo of .*

The Gentlemen of the same Barony.

James Synot of the Owlorte, Donnill McArte of Tobber-
lomunaugh, Phelan McMahon of Balleshemes, Teg McMawen

* Blank in !S.
6. 7 C



of Balerowane, Owen McArt of Tintabber, John Synott of
Babbedargh, Morishe Lacy of Tomlaine, Teg McMiertargh of
Lougherbege, James McBrann of Balevek, William Synot of
Bailensar, John Synot of Cowledoynge, Donull Doyraneof Kil-
lensu, Lisurgh McTeg of Cloane, Cair McMoriertaigh of the
same, Cormack McDonnell of Olortleigh, Edmond McArt of
Balemute, William O'Doyran of the Dirr, Fardairaigh McDer-
mott of Ballena, Sawle O'Doyran of Tentober, Mortaigh
O'Doiran of Clondae, Shane O'Dyrane of the same, Caier
O'Doyrane of Blemony, Edmond Synott of Garrevadden, Der-
niott O'Doyron of the Davanargh, Donull O'Doyran of the
same, Donull McDonnaigh Tusker of Doudrom, Oyne McEnn
of Rahendarg, Gerald Mclnnes of the same, Edmond
Reaigh of Claranclariss, Dermot Reaigh of Ballemony, Terre-
laigh Me Oyn of the Courte, Nicholas Synot of Balemoigh, Eff
McPhelim Art of Killmannaigh, Oron McBran of Ballegre-
saigh, Shane O'Doyrane of B-ainduf, Moraigh McAdin of
Baletrasine, EfF McUrt Bry of Monclough, Teg Reagh of the
same, Moraigh Reaigh of Cloanatty, William McTeg of
Ballegowan, Phelim McDonull of Garreden, Donnaigh Mc-
Moriertargh of Balegore, Gerald McMoraigh of Balevolo, Ter-
relaigh McMoriertagh of the same, Jasper Synot of Balemore,
Moriertaigh Duf McMoraigh of Balera, Cair McDonaigh of
Banickard, Caier McRosse of Ballenellok, Phelim McYnnes of
Ballevodick, Brenn McYnnes of the same, Gerald Synot
of Balenasky, Edmond Geer of Garrenusky, Griffin McMoreir-
taigh of Teighm, Colloigh McMoriertaigh of Ballevalle, Ef
McDurlaigh of Balegrand, Patrick Peppard of Glaskarge,
Patrick McPhelin of Monalstrum, Francis Waffer of Balemony,
Caier McEf of Corranvredy, William McEdmonde of Remremond,
Caier Row of the Rahine, Edmond McCarr of Tomduff,
Thomas Boy of Ballegerall, James McOyn of Rathnetisky,
Dermot Boy of Moumecloigh, David Mor Phelin of Ascon-
geray, Redmond McPhelin of Balemees, Thomas McShane of
Moymmor, Mortie Nur of Ballencurre, Thomas Finne of Balle-
wollkin, Terrelaigh McPhelin of Ballelosk, William Broy of
Killtynneu, Morraigh Mor of Kilbride, Shane Banue of Clow-
rann, Teg McDavy of the Slaune, Brassell O'Bolger of Balle-

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