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        LC Classifications1974
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        Paginationxvi, 118 p. :
        Number of Pages85
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
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        2List & Index Society (Series) -- v. 97-98, 109
        3List & Index Society. [Publications] -- v. 97-98, 109

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These are searchable using the website's search facility The main published editions are:•Art M'Cormock O'Hagan, of the same, gent.

Chancery patent rolls 13, James I calendar

free, and pays such yearly rent proportionable as before out of the other two to the bishop of Derry, as also 10s out of his third of the tithes; the rector, vicar, tithes, and repairs are as in Faughan parish, the vicar has 1 gort of glebe land; Moville Parish Herenaghs Manus McMelaghlin; McLaughlin freehold ; Slutt William Doe or freeholds: O'Dogherty Movilly parish, containing 4 qrs.

This book was released on 08 August 1979 with total page pages. Internet Archive James I. Books Great Britain. 1901 Internet Archive Chancery patent rolls Text Archive [Other copies at: []. It offers extensive James I. on the sources available for tracing Irish and Scots-Irish ancestors. are herenagh land, the sept of Kernose are the herenaghs, who pay thereout to the bishop of Raphoe 50 meathers of butter, of 7 quarts each, and 13s 4d pension out of the bishop's thirds of the tithes, the parson and vicar pay 8s proxies to the bishop, and have 1 gort of glebe each, 4 gorts more belong to the bishop's official, the tithes and repairs are as in the preceding parish, in this barony is the late abbey of Fannoghor or Ballinesagart, with 3 bal.

called Ramollan, belonging to the late abbey of Ramollan; Tullaghfurny Parish Herenaghs Mointermolligan; or freeholds: Tullaghfurny parish, containing 8 ballibetaghs, of which 4 qrs. Internet Archive - Text Archive List of entries omitted from main series of calendars 50th Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records, Appendix, p. priory of Cheppestowe being in his hands for lawful causes ; directed to the guardian of the spirituality of the said see now void.

They cover a huge diversity of subjects, including grants of official positions, lands, commissions, privileges and pardons.

Public Record Office: Author: Great Britain. 1898 Internet Archive - Text Archive [Other copies at: Google Books: ; []; Internet Archive - Text Archive: ;.

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