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This does not include all the COULTERs or COLTERs – only the ones that I felt might be most likely to show a relationship to our known COULTERs. I cannot add much to the background of most of them – save to suspect that many of them are likely to be related to the COULTERs that I am trying to nail down. When it comes to the COULTERs of Mounthill, I feel reasonably sure that they are likely to be relations of the Samuel COULTER who was murdered in 1851. In 1818 and 1826, there was at least one John COULTER, one Samuel COULTER, one Samuel COULTER jr. and one John COULTER jr.. How the relationships between them might look, I can’t say. According to the Creggan records, a John COULTER of Mounthill was confirmed in 1833, at age 16, hence born in 1817. He would make a good candidate for one of the jr. COULTERs. A will was probated for a Samuel COULTER in 1841, but whether he might be the jr. or the sr. one, I can’t say.
Sharon Oddie Brown. December 6, 2008

 

Coulter Freeholder records from PRONI – townland sort

 

 

 

Ref#

Name

Residence

Situate of

Freehold

Landlord name

& residence

Value

Names of Lives

Place of Registry

Date

D/654/A3/1A

James

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

D/1928/F/21A

Samuel

 

 

 

40s

Saml Coulter jr. Jas Coulter & Sam Coulter

£15.11.4

1818 Jul 27

D/1928/F/1B

David

Claddymore[1]

 

 

 

#1356

 

1753

D/1928/F/1A

Alexander[2]

Clady[3]

 

Thomas Little

£1.13.8

John Hamilton; James & Jos Hamilton

 

1723 Aug 1

ARM/5/2/3

James

Cladybeg[4]

Cladybeg

Earl of Charlemount

40s

James Coulter, George Martin & Princess Amelia

 

1815 Apr 21

D/1928/F/88

James

Cladybeg

Cladybeg

Freeholder

 

 

 

1819 Mar 5

ARM/5/2/13

James

Cladybeg

Cladybeg

Earl of Charlemount

40s

James Coulter, George Martin & Princess Amelia

Markethill

1825 May 9

D/1928/F/38

James

Cladybeg

Cladybeg

Earl of Charlemount

£10

James Coulter, Geo Martin & Princess Amelia

 

1825 May 9

D/1928/F/32

James

Cladybeg

Cladybeg

Lord

Charlemount

£10

 

 

1829

D/1928/F/80

James

Cladybeg

Cladybeg

Earl of Charlemount

 

James Coulter

N. Hamilton

1829 Jun 13

ARM/5/2/3

James

Cladybeg

Cladybeg

Lord

Charlemount

10s

 

N.Hamilton

1829 Jun 15

ARM/5/2/17

James

Cladybeg

Cladybeg

Earl of Charlemount

10s

James Coulter

N.Hamilton

1832 Oct 16

T/808/14934

John

Cladybeg

 

 

 

 

 

1839

T/808/14934

James

Cladybeg

 

 

 

 

 

1839

D/1928/F/103

James

Cladybeg

 

 

 

 

 

 

ARM/5/2/3

John

Cladymore

Cladymore

Earl of Charlemount

 

 

 

 

ARM/5/2/3

David

Cladymore

Cladymore

Earl of Charlemount

 

 

 

 

D/1928/F/1B

David

Cladymore

Cladymore

 

 

#1262

 

1753

D/1928/F/88

David

Cladymore

Cladymore

Freeholder

 

 

 

1819 Mar 5

ARM/5/2/13

David

Cladymore

Cladymore

Earl of Charlemount

40s

David Coulter

Markethill

1825 May 9

D/1928/F/38

David

Cladymore

Cladymore

Earl of Charlemount

40s

David Coulter

Markethill

1825 May 9

ARM/5/2/17

David

Cladymore

Cladymore

Earl of Charlemount

10s

David Coulter

Armagh

1832 Oct 22

T/808/14934

John

Cladymore

 

 

 

 

 

1839

T/808/14934

David

Cladymore

 

 

 

 

 

1839

T/808/14934

David

Cladymore

 

 

 

 

 

1839

T/808/14936

Thomas

Dundalk,

Dorsey[5]

 

 

 

 

 

1753

T/808/14936

John

Dunweilly

Armagh

 

 

 

 

1753

D/654/A3/A1

John

Echinville[6]

 

W. Echlin

 

 

 

1753 Jan 1

D/654/A3/A1

John

Echinville

 

W. Echlin

 

 

 

1769 Jun 10

ARM/5/2/12

John

Glassdrummond[7]

Glassdrummond

R. Hall Esq Narrowwater

40s

John Coulter

Ballybot

1824 Jul 19

D/1928/F/39

Joseph

Leggahorry[8]

Leggahorry & Tullyvalley[9]

Rt. Hon Lord Lurgen

£10

Jonathon Kirke

 

1839 Jun 17

T/808/14936

Robert

Lower Rock[10]

Armagh

 

 

 

 

1753

D/1928/F/20A

Samuel

Mounthill[11]

Mounthill

Col. Hill[12]

40s

Sam Coulter, Jno Coulter jr. & Sam Coulter

Rent

£15.11.11

1818 Jul 27

D/1928/F/20A

John

Mounthill

Mounthill

Col. Hill

40s

John Coulter & Prince of Wales of York

£13.19.6

 

1818 Jul 27

D/1928/F/20A

John

Mounthill

Mounthill

Col. Hill

40s

John Coulter sr. & jr. & Sam Coulter

£12.17.6

1818 Jul 27

D/1928/F/21A

John

Mounthill

Mounthill

Col. Hill

40s

Jn Coulter; Prince of Wales & York

£13.9.6

1818 Jul 27

D/1928/F/21A

John

Mounthill

Mounthill

Col. Hill

40s

Jn Coulter jr. & sr. & Sam Coulter

£12.17.6

1818 Jul 27

D/1928/F/87

John

Mounthill

Mounthill

 

 

 

 

1818 Jul 27

D/1928/ F/87

Samuel

Mounthill

Mounthill

 

 

 

 

1818 Jul 27

D/1928/ F/87

John

Mounthill

Mounthill

 

 

 

 

1818 Jul 27

D/1928/ F/37

Frank Conlon

Mounthill

Mounthill

Col. Hill

40s

Saml Coulter jr.

Markethill

1826 Nov 2

D/1928/ F/37

Patrick Conlon[13]

Mounthill

Mounthill

Col. Hill

40s

Saml Coulter jr.

Markethill

1826 Nov 2

D/1928/F/37

John

Mounthill

Mounthill

Col. Hill

40s

Saml John & John Coulter sr.

Balybot

1826 Nov 20

D/1928/ F/37

Samuel

Mounthill

Mounthill

Col. Hill

40s

Sam Coulter sr.; jr.; & John Coulter

Markethill

1826 Oct 20

D/1928/ F/37

Samuel

Mounthill

Mounthill

Col. Hill

40s

Sam Coulter sr.; jr.; & John Coulter

Armagh

1826 Oct 21

D/1928/ F/37

John

Mounthill

Mounthill

Col. Hill

40s

John Coulter; Prince of Wales & York

Armagh

1826 Oct 21

D/654/A3/1A

John

Moybrick[14]

Co. Down

Mr. Magennis

 

 

 

1788

T/808/14936

Patrick

Munteneile[15]

Armagh

 

 

 

 

1753

T/808/14936

Nathanial

Rover[16]

Armagh

 

£10

 

 

1753

D/1928/F/1B

William

Tullygally[17]

 

 

 

#1003

 

1753

D/1928/F/31

John

Tullygally

 

 

 

 

 

1818 Aug 26

 



[1] Cladymore, Parish of Kilclooney, Co. Armagh.

[2] Alexander COULTER. It may be that he was the grandson of Alexander COULTER (1637-1721) – the ancestor of the COULTERs of Carnbeg.

[3] Clady, probably Parish of Kilclooney, Co. Armagh. Since Cladymore is on the northern border of Cladybeg, I would guess that they are both included in Clady and that the division into two townlands happened after 1723.

[4] Cladybeg, Parish of Kilclooney, Co. Armagh.

[5] Dorsey, Parish of Creggan, Co. Armagh. This townland is in the northern part of the parish.

[6] Echinville aka Echlinville, parish of St. Andrews alias Ballyhalbert.

[7] Glassdrummond. This may be a townland in the parish of Kilclooney, Co. Armagh – but my hunch is that it is more likely to be be Glasdrumman in the parish of Creggan, Co. Armagh on the eastern border of Mounthill. Why? Because it is on the border of Mounthill and too many names overlap. More work is needed.

[8] Legaghory is in the parish of Shankill, Co. Armagh.

[9] Tullyvalley. I would guess that this might be Tullyvallen, Parish of Newtownhamilton. The thing that puzzles me is that I would have thought that the two would be contiguous.

[10] Lower Rock. This may be in the Parish of Mullaghbrack, Co, Armagh. This townland is on the northern border of Kilclooney.

[11] Mounthill, Parish of Creggan, Co. Armagh.

[12] In the 1854 Griffiths Valuation, an Edward HILL is shown to be in ownership of most of Mounthill. There are no longer any COULTERs associated with the townland.

[13] A Bridget and a PatrickConlon leased lands in Mounthill, parish of Creggan from Edward HILL according to the 1854 Griffiths Valuation.

[14] Moybrick, parish of Dromora, Co. Down.

[15] Munteneile. I haven’t a clue which townland this might be.

[16] Rover, parish of Kilmactranny, Co. Sligo.There are also the townlands of Rover Upper and Lower in the parish of Kilronan, Co. Roscommon. This is interesting given that there was a Nathanial COULTER (and this is not a common name) who was associated with the Parish of Creggan.

[17] Tullygally, Parish of Shankill, Co. Armagh

 

 

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