1 edition of Story of Máire Ruadh O"Brien of Leimaneagh Castle Co.Clare. found in the catalog.
Story of Máire Ruadh O"Brien of Leimaneagh Castle Co.Clare.
Written in English
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Submit your surname here. One surname per email. If your data/email address changes, please submit a new email and put 'change' in the field where you need the change.. To submit your surname or change any data, send an email to: [email protected] with the following in the subject. EnniscronE castlE Enniscrone Castle is in Kilglass Parish, Co. Sligo, Ireland. Thomas Nolan of Ballinrobe, Co. Mayo, purchased the castle after Thomas Nolan or his son John lived in the castle at least until or The castle was remodeled in the late 16th or early 17th century, however, it was first mentioned in as the File Size: KB.
Download this stock image: Historical Leamaneh Castle ruins in the Burren of County Clare, Ireland, Europe, historical images, historic site, Ireland castle - DAJ from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors. Old Cemetery Ennistymon, County Clare, Ireland. Take the Ennis to Ennistymon road and take the first right turn up the hill to the cemetery when you reach the cemetery sits high on a hill and can be seen from the approach road to Ennistymon.
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Maire Rua (or Red Mary) McMahon of Leamanagh Castle, in the Burren in Co. Clare is one of Ireland’s legendary femme fatales, cut from the same cloth as Queen Maeve of Connaught and Grace O’Malley, the Pirate Queen.
In fact and in fable Maire Rua was a formidable woman and certainly a force to be Continue reading "Maire Rua, the Red-Haired Ghost of Leamanagh Castle". These charges related to her supposed involvement with Conor O'Brien's raiding parties in the 's. Without doubt, she was a tough, forceful and determined woman but there is no evidence to support the story of her throwing her third husband out of the window of Leamaneh, or of her forcing him to ride his horse over the Cliffs of Moher.
Her descendants at Dromoland and elsewhere told, in and later, a curious story of her and Conor. General Ireton was attacked by Conor O'Brien, who fell mortally wounded but would not surrender. His servants brought him back, nearly dead, to his wife at Lemaneagh.
The name of the castle 'Leamaneh' is said to derive from the Irish 'Leim an eich' or in English, 'The horse's leap'. InTurlogh O’Brien's son, Murrough, surrendered the castle and his Irish royalty to Henry VIII.
Murrough O’Brien, was subsequently created 1st Earl of Thomond and Baron Inchiquin. – Lemenagh Castle, Co. Clare. Lemenagh Castle was both a castle () and fortified house () and was one of the principal strongholds of the O’Brien’s.
The fortified house was built by Conor O’Brien who was married to Maura Rua or Red Mary. An inscription is found over the entrance porch in the following words: “This was. Cenél Enda (nEnda, nEnnae, Énna or Eanna) - southern Co. Donegal and northern Fermanagh. The Cenél n-Enda mic Neill were noted west of Loch Erne (Book of Lecan).In the 5th century Enda, the youngest son of Niall of the Nine Hostages received territory which extended from the river Errity to Barnesmore, barony of Tir Hugh, to Sruell in the barony of Banagh, county of Donegal.
Books About Co. Clare: The following are a list of book titles relating to Co. Clare. The topics are varied: history, heritage, geology, language and some tourist guides. Some of these may be easily obtainable, some are rare and out of print.
Some are books and some pamphlets. View: Heads Of Household, Miltown Malbay, The castle which was situated in the territory of the O’Connors and appears as “Inysdyman” which was held by O’Connor under Sir Domhnall O’Brien, Knight.
In Sir Turlough O’Brien, son of Domhnall of Ennistymon became high sheriff of Co. Clare while his brother Domhnall was later protestant bishop of. DATE LAST_NAME FIRST_NAME FATHER MOTHER SPONSOR_1 SPONSOR_2_ PARISH PLACE; 03 Apr Anglim: Mary: Anglim, John: Halloran, Mary: Brown, Michael: Downs, Mary: Killard.
his book ZThe Houses of Clare. I would also like to thank Larry Brennan, Eric Shaw and the Clare Roots Society, Peter Beirne and Brian Doyle at the Local Studies Centre for all their help, and the Clare Library for all their photos of the great houses of Clare.
The Great Houses of Clare during WW1. Family History Report (pages 5 to 7) The earliest available Land - Property Records which we have for the area in which the family lived were the Tithe Applotment Books of the mid 's. Tithe was a tax on all agricultural land (originally a tenth of the produce) and it was paid by people of all religious denominations towards the upkeep of the Established Church of that day (Church of Ireland).
County Clare Genealogy: Donated Material: RC Baptism Records containing O'BRIEN and related families for the Parish of Kilmurry-Ibrickane. Leamaneh Castle. The magnificent ruins of the great O'Brien stronghold of Lemaneagh stand on the southern fringe of that limestone wilderness known as the Burren.
It is a lonely place, some call it bleak, and perhaps a surprising location for a splendid four-storey, high-gabled, early seventeenth-century mansion with rows of large mullioned and.
We believe this O’Brien family hail from County Cork, but Robert James O’Brien was born in Calcutta in and James O’Brien married Mathilda Joseph in Calcutta on 18th February We would love to know more about their Irish heritage and roots.
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Yesterday morning, at the house of his brother, Doctor O’Brien, in Ennis, where he had gone to attend the election of Surgeon to the County Infirmary, after a few hours illness, of cholera, Terence O’Brien, Esq., Attorney-at-law, formerly of Newcastle, and late of this City, a gentleman much regretted by his family and friends.
Leamaneh Castle (also spelled Lemaneagh) is near Kilinaboy, in County Clare, Ireland. The castle ruin is a fortified house attached to the original tower house. The castle is not open for touring, but you can drive to the side of the road and park to view the castle and take some photos. re records that may help someone, many names By Ernene Smedley Janu at I have been reading all you postings with interest and I thought some of this information may be useful to someone.
Michael Sexton, an old and respected resident of Kapunda, died on April He was born in Co Clare (Ireland) 74 years ago and was about two years old when he landed in South Australia with his family for several years engaged in farming near to Kaunda.
Later the deceased was fkuitgrowing at Renmark and Mildura. County Clare Tithe Applotment Books: Occupiers of land in the Parish of Kilmurry Ibrickan on 29th October Transcribers: Kevin J.
O'Brien, NY, USA; Liz Haren, USA; Carol Johnson, Bel Air, MD, USA. Recapitulated Kilmurry Ibrickan Tithe Applotment Book. Lewis’ Topographical Dictionary Records, Co. Clare (Searchable) Trade Directory Records. Trade Directory, Co. Clare (Searchable) Miscellaneous.
Munster News, Limerick & Clare Advocate. Newspaper. Extracts, Aug-Oct (to be added to on a weekly basis) Bog, turf – the making of it. Photographs; Books About Co. Clare; Churches of Co. Clare.Civil Records, Co. Clare: Birth Records The information presented on these pages is an index of surname spellings and years that this surname is known to appear in this locality in Ireland.
The names are referred to in the Irish civil registers.- Castle passed to - Teige O’Brien (Son of Murrough O'Brien) - Property of - Teige MacMurrogh O’Brien - Castle used by - “Red” Hugh O'Donnell - Castle attacked by - General Ludlow (Oliver Cromwell's army) - Castle becomes property of - Conor O'Brien of Lemeneagh Castle - Castle garrisoned by - Cromwellian Army.