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I wanted to be better able to make sense of early 1600s and 1700s land transactions in Co. Cavan, so I started with land units as described in Coote. [SOURCE: List of the original Patentees of Cavan, as reported by Pynnar, in his Survey of Ulster, made anno dominie 1618—19.  SOURCE: Statistical Survey of the County of Cavan. Sir Charles Coote, Bart. Graisberry and Campbell. 1802].
SEE ALSO: Description of original Patentees of Cavan
Sharon Oddie Brown. May 20, 2010
Updated May 21, 2010 - Thanks to the scholarship of Shane Anderson. More to come, I suspect.

A useful map can be seen at Plantation at Co. Cavan
There are also some good maps in Duffy, P.J. (1995) Perspectives on the making of the Cavan landscape. In: Cavan: essays on the history of an Irish county.Irish Academic Press, Dublin, pp. 14-36. ISBN 0-7165-2554-2 SEE: Link to Duffy article
And as well, The confiscation of Ulster, in the reign of James the first, etc. by Thomas Mac-Nevin, 1846
Another recommended book is George Hill's excellent work An historical account of the plantation in Ulster 1608-1620 Belfast, 1877.

 

 

 

The Precincts of Co. Cavan

This is my hokey little map that helps me make sense of this.
1) Clanchie aka Clankee
2) Castlerabin aka Castleraghen aka Castlerahan
3)Tullaghgarvy aka Tullygarry aka Tullygarvey
4) Loughtee aka Upper Loughtee and Lower Loughtee
5) Clonemahown aka Clanmahon
6)Tullaghconche aka Tullyhunco
7)Tullaha aka Tullyhaw

 

 NOTE: In the table beneath, when I say “Guess at current” the emphasis should be on the word “guess”. I am no expert, though I invite input in the hopes that together we can eventually get closer to the truth.

Landlord

Barony

Current
Barony

“Denomination”[aka Parish or Townland]

Guess at Current
"Denomination" Name

1611 to Esme Stuart [Lord Aubugney] then sold to Sir James Hamilton

Clanchie

Clankee

Keneth

Kinnea, Knockbride

John Hamilton

Clanchie

Clankee

Kilcloghban

Kilclogha, Drumgoon

Wm Hamilton

Clanchie

Clankee

Dromuck

 

Wm. Bealie

Clanchie

Clankee

Tonregie

 

Sir William Taaffe

Castlerabin

Castlerahan

Mulhgh

 

Sir Edmond Phittilace and

Sir Thos. Ash

Castlerabin

Castlerahan

Carvyn.

Carnin, Castlerahan

Lieutenant Garth and Sir Thomas Ash

Castlerabin

Castlerahan

Murmode.

Murmod, Lurgan

Capt. Ridgeway and Captain Culme

Castlerabin

Castlerahan

Logh-Rammor, alias the manor of Chichester

 

Sir John Elliot

Castlerabin

Castlerahan

Muckon

 

Shane M'Philip O'Relie

Castlerabin

Castlerahan

 

 

Captain Hugh Culme and Archibald Moore, Esq

Tullaghgarvy

Tullygarvey

Tullavin

Tullyvin, Kildrumsherdan

Sir Thomas Ash and John Ash

Tullaghgarvy

Tullygarvey

Drumsheel

Drumsheil, Kildrumsherdan

Mulmorie M'Philip O’Reley. 

Tullaghgarvy

Tullygarvey

Ittery-Outra.

 

Captain Reley

Tullaghgarvy

Tullygarvey

Liscannor

 

Mulmorie Oge O'Relie

Tullaghgarvy

Tullygarvey

 

 

Captain Richard and his brother William Tyrrell

Tullaghgarvy

Tullygarvey

Itterery

 

 

Maurice Mac-Telligh

Tullaghgarvy

Tullygarvey

Liscurcron

 

John Taylor

Loghtee

Upper & Lower Loughtee

Aghieduff

Aghateeduff, Castleterra

Thos Waldron

Loghtee

Upper & Lower Loughtee

Dromhin & Dromelin

 

John Fish

Loghtee

Upper & Lower Loughtee

Dromany

 

Sir Hugh Wirral

Loghtee

Upper & Lower Loughtee

Monaghan

 

Sir Stephen Butler

Loghtee

Upper & Lower Loughtee

Clonofe

Clonervy, Castleterra

Sir Stephen Butler

Loghtee

Upper & Lower Loughtee

Belturbet

 

Renald Home

Loghtee

Upper & Lower Loughtee

Lisreagh

Lisreagh, Annagalliff

William Snow

Loghtee

Upper & Lower Loughtee

Tonagh

Tonagh, Castelterra

Lord Lambert.

Clonemahown

Clanmahon

Carig

Carrick, Drumlumman

Captain Lyons and Joseph Jones

Clonemahown

Clanmahon

Tullacullen

Tullygullin, Drumlumman

Lieutenants Atkinson and Russell later Archibald Moore. Esq.

Clonemahown

Clanmahon

 

 

Captain Fleming

Clonemahown

Clanmahon

 

 

Mulmory McHugh O’Reley

Clonemahown

Clanmahon

Commet.

 

Philip M’Tirlagh

Clonemahown

Clanmahon

Wateragh

Wateraghy, Ballintemple

Sir Alexander Hamilton later Jane Hamilton wife to Claude Hamilton deceased

Tullaghconche

Tullyhunco

Carotobber &Clonkine

Clonkeen, Kildallen

Sir Claude Hamilton

Tullaghconche

Tullyhunco

Clomny.

 

Alexander and John Aghmootit also Sir James Carig

Tullaghconche

Tullyhunco

Drumbeda & Kilagh

Drumbagh, Killadan

Keilagh, Killadan

John Brown also Archibald Atcheson, Esq.

Tullaghconche

Tullyhunco

Carrowdownan

Carradownan, Killashandra

Captain Culme and Walter Talbot

Tullagha.

Tullyhaw

Balleconnell

Ballyconnell, Tomregan

Sir Richard and Sir George Grimes

Tullagha.

Tullyhaw

 

 

William Parsons, Esq

Tullagha.

Tullyhaw

Larga

 

 

 

 

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