MISCELLANEOUS COPIES of RECORDS FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. MS 608
The handwritting of the greater portion of this MS. is) very similar to, if it be not the same as, that of MS 597 (Pelham's Letter Book.)
Mostly in Latin.
EXTRACTS from ANCIENT RECORDS relating to IRELAND, made in the time of Sir George Carew.
List of persons referred to in the above extracts.
Adrian, pope. Argentine.
Alexander, pope. Arthur.
Alexander, [Wm.] Arundell.
Aphowell. Audeley, Lo.
Barnwell, Lord. Barry.
Barckley. Barry, Lo.
Barrett. Bathe, Lo.
Beaumont. Bedlow sive Beaulieu.
Belwoode. Birmingham, Lo.
Birmingham, Com. Louthe. Birmingham.
Bigod, Com. Northfol. Bitterley.
Blunt, Lo. Montjoy. Blundell.
Boyle, Lo. Bohun, Com. Northap.
Bould, Lo. Boniface, Papa.
Bohume, Com. Hereford. Bonham.
Britt. Bromyche. Just. Hib.
Browne, Archb. Dub. Browne.
Brooke, Lo. Cob. Bromin.
Brabason. Brabason, Lo.
Bullen, Com. Ormond. Butler.
Butler, Com. Carricke. Butler, Com. Ossory.
Butler, Com. Ormond. Butler, Vicero. Montgarret.
Butler, Viceroy Tully-Philim. Butler, Lo. Dunboyne.
Butler, Lo. Cahir. Burgh.
Burgh, Com. Clanrickard. Burgh, Com.Ulton.
Burgh, Lo. Letrim. Burgh, Lo. Castleconnell.
Calthrope. Chichester, Lo.
Clare. Clare, Com. Pembro.
Clare, Com. Glost. Clemens, Papa.
Cogan. Colton, Just. Hib.
Courcy, Lo. Courteney, Loc. Hib.
Courteney, Marg. Exon. Cornwall.
Condon, sive Caunton. Colmore.
Dacres, Lo. Den.
Daniell, Lo. Delamare.
Dardis. De la Barre.
Dauson. De la Haye.
De la Motte. D'Excestre.
De la Montayne. De la Feild.
De la Rochell. Devreux, Com. Marshall.
De la Hander. Dinant.
De la Poole, Com. Lincolne. Dillon.
Dudley, Lo. Dudley Viceroy, Lisle.
Eustace, vide Fitz Eustace. Excestre.
Fant. Finer, Lo. Clinton.
Faill. FitzAldelme, vide Burgh.
Ferrers, Com. Derby. FitzAndrew.
FitzEustace Viceroy Balt. FitzEustace, Lo.
FitzGerald Com. Kildare. FitzGerald, Com. Desmond.
FitzGerald, Viceroy Co. Deu. FitzHenry.
FitzMaurice. FitzMaurice, Lo.
FitzRaymond. FitzSymon, Archiep. Dub.
FitzTirreloghe. FitzWalter, vide Butler.
FitzWilliam. Fleminge, Lo.
Gowler. Gray, Viceco. Grany.
Godinan. Gray, Lo.
Griffithe. Gurguntius Rex.
Hackett. Howard, Com. Surr.
Harwood. Holland, Dux. Surr.
Hastings, Com. Pem. Hamilton, Lo.
Jeneville, vide Geneville. Isketsale.
Johannes, Archiep. Ardmaghe. Juner.
Kevanaghe, Lo. Ketinge, sive Ketin.
Laundy. Le Brett.
Lacy. Le Grace.
La. Fresney. Lenington.
Lacy, Com. Ulton. Liston.
Lambert, Lo. Lighe.
Mandeville. Manners, Com. Rutl.
Mautmorris. Malachias, Archiep. Ard.
Marshall, Com. Pem. Maye, Archiep. Ardma.
Maddy. McDonnell, Viceroy.
Manes. McCartie, Com. Clancare.
McDonewhad. McGillipatricke, Lo.
McMoroghe. Mortimer, Com. Ult.
McPhilippe. Mortimer, Lo.
Misset. Montcheney, Lo.
Milton. Moubray, Com. Nottingham.
Monthermer, Com. Glo. Morton.
Monteiute, Lo. Molis.
Mountmorency, vide Clare. Moore, Lo.
Morley, Lo. Melton.
Neville, Lo. Nehoville.
Obrien, Com. Thomond. Oeailla.
Obrien, Lo. Inseg. Ofarall bane.
Obrien, Lo. Ibrack. Ofarall boye.
Odonnell, Com. Tirconnell. O'Moloy.
O'Neale, Co. Tyr. O'Neale.
O'Neale, Barr. Danga. O'Nolan.
Otohill, sive Otoole. Oulferd.
Percy, Lo. Perrers.
Petite. Perrot, Dep. Hib.
Pincerna, vide Butler. Plantagenet, Co. Ult.
Pirpont. Plantagenet D. Clar.
Pinkeney. Plantagenet, Dux. Ebor.
Pickworth. Plantagenet, D. Glos.
Plantagenet. Co. Morton. Plantagenet, Co. Rutl.
Plantagenet, Cornub. Plantagenet, Co. Corke.
Plantagenet, Princeps Angl. Pluckenet.
Pluckenet, Lo. Killin. Pluckenet, Lo. Dunsa.
Pluckenet, Lo. Louthe. Power.
Power, Lo. Porter.
Poynings, Dep. Hib. Preston.
Portis. Preston, Lo.
Preston, Vice Co. Prendergarst.
Preston. Co. Desm. Punchardon.
Raleighe. Repenteney, vide Penteny.
Rupe, vide Roche. Ridlesford.
Rainger. Ridgeway, Lo.
Rawson, Vice Co. Roche.
Radulphus, Co. Eu. Dñi Louth. Roche, Lo.
Radcliff, Com. Sussex. Rokell.
Savadge. Slane, vide Fleminge.
Segrave, Ducissa Northfol. Spencer, Co. Glo.
Semer, Co. Hertford. Starkie.
Scroope, Lo. Stapleton.
Shighan. Standley, Co. Derby.
Standley, Loc. Hib. St. Ledger.
Stoker. St. Ledger, Dep. Hib.
St. Amand, Lo. St. Michell.
St. Albin, vide Tobin. St. Paule, Com. Pem.
St. Lawrance, Lo. Sweyne.
Swarney. Sweyne, Archiep. Ard.
Talbot. Thorborow, Cancel. Hib.
Talbot, Lo. Thony.
Talbot, Co. Sal. Thornton, Thesau. Hib.
Talbot, Archiep. Dub. Tirrell.
Tallon. Tiptoft, Co. Wig.
Travill. Twether, D. Bedf.
Turner, Epus. Mid. Tuchet, Co. Cast.
Valence. Verdon, Just. Hib.
Vaux. Verdon, Lord.
Vere, Co. Oxen, D. Hib. Ufford, Loc. Hib.
Vesey, Lo. Viveanus, Legatus.
Vigornia, sive Worcester.
Warren, Com. Surr. Werun.
Wallis. Wells, Lo.
Walloppe, Tresaur, Hib. Windesor.
Walshe, sive Welshe. Wisham.
Walton, Archiep. Dub. Wig.
Wogan, Just. Hib. Wolfe.
Worcestre, vide Wigornia. Wolsey, Card.
Wygorne, vide Vigornia. Wriotesley.
Wingfield, Viceroy. Wyney.
Grant by Henry II., at pleasure, to Robert FitzStephen and Miles De Cogan, of the custody of the City of Cork, with cantred of the same, formerly belonging to the hostmen of the same city; also grant of the whole kingdom of the said city, from Cape St. Brede on the sea, and Limoch, to the water of Lismore, to be held of the King and his son John (the said city and cantred excepted) at 60 knights' fees. MS 608, f. 9 [n.d.]
Assent of the prior and canons of St. John the Baptist, Nannath, to the grant made by Theobald FitzWalter, Butler of Ireland, whereby the said Theobald granted to the said house six carucates and 40 acres of land in Karemath near to Louthunlauth and one carucate and a half in Louthnulauth? near Karemath, and 4 carucates and 40 acres of land in Cloncury and Lesrony, and Balnath Beel derg with appurtenances in free and perpetual almoign, so long as there should be in the said house 13 infirm people supported by the said house each of them having every day a loaf, drink from the cellar, and one mess from the kitchen; the number of canons of the said house to be increased when their means shall permit. The said canons are also to have free election and consecration of their priors; also the fisheries, ponds, mills; reserving to him and his successors the right of distraining whenever any of the said conditions are infringed. MS 608, f. 9b [n.d.]
Inspeximus by Prince John, Lord of Ireland, etc., of a grant made by John Archbishop of Dublin to Geoffry De Mariscis, of the Castle of Holywood, with one knight's fee, bequeathed to him by Walter his brother, in Killenkeynin, Keolkno, Killesco, Pliochan, Kilherke, Balliomolan, Kynnanath, Tylathcarthes; also of five carucates near Accnerth; to wit, Balliobrennan, Balliodays, Loutheradene, Ballicarman, Dunmoliath, Clohamehun, Crenath, Jealtach, by the service of half a knight's fee. Also grant to the said Geoffry of the moiety of the barony given to the archbishop by the said Earl for a moiety of one knight's service; on condition that he take on himself the said service. MS 608, f. 10 [n.d.]
Grant by Eustace Le Poer, to Edmond Le Botiller of the manor of Donathmoz in O'Mail, with appurtenances, as held by David FitzDavid De Offynton, "sine aliquo retenemento faciendo inde capitl: dominis feodi servit inde debita." Witnesses, Lord John FitzThomas, John FitzRobert, John de Drudull, Thomas de Cantwell, knights; John de Leuit, Meyler de Candall, Henry Leffant and others. "Ibidem." 31 Edw. I. MS 608, f. 10b [n.d.]
Final composition between Otto de Grandison and John de Druge, clerk, concerning all his receipts, issues, and liveries for all the time he remained in the service of Otto and Gerard his nephew in Ireland. To the end that all action against the same John may be cut off, the said John, by statute merchant, for 200l. covenanted with the said Otto that his lands and tenements should be restored to him. Dated at London, the Kalends of July, 18 Edw. I. "Ibidem," 31 Ed. I. MS 608, f. 11 [n.d.]
Writ by Ralph of Mount Hermer, Earl of Gloucester and Hereford, lord of the liberties of Kilkenny, to the sheriff of Kilkenny, reciting that William son of Simon Le Poer in the Earl's Court of Kilkenny recovered against John, son of William, son of Simon Le Poer, one hundred pounds, and afterwards granted the same to Master Thomas de Cantoke; and as the said John could not show cause why the same ought not to be levied to the use of Master Thomas, it was considered that the latter should recover. Master Thomas thereupon prayed the benefit of the statute in that case provided, namely, that it is at the choice of the plaintiff, whether the sheriff shall levy on the lands, or deliver to him all the goods and chattels of the debtor, except his oxen and beasts of his plough, and half of all his land, at a reasonable price and extent, until the debt be lived. Therefore we command you to cause this to be done for the said Master Thomas. Witness, Walter Ivech, our seneschal of Kilkenny, at Kilkenny, 8th January. 28 Edw. [I]. "Ibidem," 31 Edw. I. MS 608, f. 12 [n.d.]
Memorandum that Philip, son of William le Erchedeken, who held land in Onoynad of FitzMiles, Baron of Ouerk, in the manor called Dounbrin, by the service of 20s. of royal service and suit of court, (which Arnold Le Poer held of the same Philip by the service of one penny and 20s. royal service,) enfeoffed Edmond Botiller of the rent and service aforesaid, to him and his heirs for ever. The same Arnold did fealty in full assize of Kylkenny before Thomas Le Botiller (keeper of the liberties of Kilkenny for our Lord the King by the death of the Lord Gilbert de Clare) in 8 Edw. [I.]. "Ibidem," 31 Edw. [I.] MS 608, f. 12b [n.d.]
Exemplification of letters patent, 14 April, 6 Edw. III., granting to James le Botiller of Ireland then lately created Earl of Ormond, a yearly rent of 10l. from the farm of the city of Waterford. Witness, Lionel Earl of Ulster, the King's son, Lieutenant in Ireland. At Dublin, 12 April, 38 Edw. III. MS 608, f. 13 [n.d.]
Grant by Edw. IV. to Edmond, son of James le Bottiller, baron of Dunboyn, for his services in the wars in Ireland, and especially in the taking of Conn O'Conher, captain of his nation, (with the consent, as before, in full parliament at Drogheda before the Deputy) of the manor of Castlericard, county Meath, for life. Drogheda, 22 February, 7 Edw. IV. Granted on the bill of the Deputy, by authority of parliament. MS 608, f. 17 [n.d.]
Exemplification by Henry VIII. (at the request of Thomas Brokton) of an inquisition taken at Dunboyn, before James Boyxe of Ballevollan, escheator of Meath, 25 Hen. VIII., finding that James Bottiller, late Baron of Dunboyn, died seized of the manors of Dunboyn and Moymett, co., Meath, and that he had demised to Walter Brokton of Grange the town of Begistowne, for 20 years. Witness, Patrick Whyte, secondary Baron of the Exchequer of Ireland, at Dublin, 3 Feb. 31 Hen. VIII. Examined by Wm. Golding and Patrick Mole, clerks. (From the records in Dublin Castle.) MS 608, f. 17b [n.d.]
Writ to ------ [sheriff] to summon a jury at Trym to try the complaint of Christopher Plunkett, knight, and Joan his wife, against Roisia Bellew of Kentestone, gentlewoman, Rob. Tuyt of same, and John Crys, for dis-seizing them of their free holding in Kenteston since the expedition of Henry III. into Gascony. Witness, Sir Thomas Stanley, Lieutenant in Ireland. Trym, 9 March. 10 Hen. VI. MS 608, f. 21 [n.d.]
Grant by Wm. Young, archdeacon of Meath, and Ric. Awell, chaplain, to Sir Chris. Plunket, of the manor of Kyllen, which they had of the gift of Thomas, son of Geoffrey Cusack, and Ric. Rath, clerk; to hold for life, with remainder to Christopher, son of John [Plunket], in tail of Joan Bellewe his wife; and with contingent remainders to the heirs of his body, to Elizabeth, daughter of said John, and her heirs, to Christopher, Thomas, Robert, Roland, and Edward, sons of Sir Christopher, and their heirs male, to said Sir Christopher and his heirs, by Joan his late wife, Lady of Killene, and to said Joan's right heirs. Dated 9 May, 13 Hen. VI. (With a sketch of the pedigree.) MS 608, f. 22 [n.d.]
Writ to Roger de Hakensewe, escheator of Ireland, to seize into the King's hand the lands of Miles de Courcy, deceased, who held of the King in chief, and to make inquisition as to what lands he held of the King, and what of others, their value, the date of his death, his next heir, the heir's age, and whether the heir be married or not. MS 608, f. 23b [n.d.]
Power of attorney from Robert FitzGeoffrey Cogan, captain of his nation, to Maurice Starkke, clerk, and James Gowles, to place James FitzGerald Earl of Desmond in full and peaceful seizin of all his lands in the county of Cork, viz., Carrygrochanmore, Dondrinan, Rathecogan, Noueville de Moumore, Mystymyltin, Bever, Cowlemore, Doffglas, Shandon, Ocorbbelethan, Flanlo, Kyrrycurthy, Kenalbethe, and Mustylyn; and the reversion in (sic) Mustrycogan, viz., Rathecogan, Beallachath, and Jerell, with a rent of six marks anuually from the said manors in Musticogan, by the hands of Maurice Roch lord of Fermoy, and the manor of Cogan in Glamorgan in Wales, as in the charter made to him is more fully contained. In testimony whereof he affixed his seal; but his seal being unknown to many, he procured the seal of the staple of the city of Cork as well as the seal of office of the mayor of the said city to be affixed hereto; and John Murwach, mayor, affixed his seal accordingly. Dated at Cork, 12 June, 17 Henry VI. MS 608, f. 27 [n.d.]
Creation of Gerald FitzGerald as Earl of Kildare and baron of Ophaly, in tail male, with 20l. a year out of the custom in the port of Dublin. Westminster, 13 May, 1 Mary. MS 608, f. 27b [n.d.]
Mandate by Edw. I. to Geoffrey De Jenevile, justiciary of Ireland, (as former mandates had not been executed by James De Aldithe and Maurice FitzMaurice, late justiciaries,) to deliver the castle of Legh, with the third part of the possessions late of Maurice FitzGerald, deceased, in the barony of Offaly, to Roger De Mortimer and Matilda his wife, notwithstanding the King's grant to Thomas De Clare of the custody of said barony, as the King has learned by the record of Robert De Ufford, formerly Lieutenant in Ireland, and by the assertion of others, that FitzGerald held said barony of said Roger and Matilda, William De Cantelupe and Eva his wife, and Humphrey De Bohun and Eleanor his wife, daughters of Eva De Brewes, fifth heir of Walter and Anselm, the Marshals, by the service of 12 knights' fees, which were equally divided among the three sisters, the castle of Legh, being the chief castle in the barony, going to the eldest sister, Matilda. (Date omitted.) MS 608, f. 29 [n.d.]
Restoration of James FitzGerald (whom the Queen had educated in a manner becoming his noble origin) to the title and dignity of Earl of Desmond, as held by his father, Gerot, attainted; to hold in tail male, and the heir expectant always to bear the title of Baron of Inchequyn in co. Cork. Otelands, 1 Oct. 42 Eliz. MS 608, f. 30 [n.d.]
Exemplification of letters patent, dated 26 March, 11 Edw. III., restoring to William, son of Sir William De Bermingham, (in consideration of his services in the war with Scotland, and against the King's Irish enemies,) all possessions forfeited by his father. Westminster, 1 May, 17 Ed. III. MS 608, f. 31b [n.d.]
Creation of Con O'Nele as Earl of Tyrone. Greenwich, 1 Oct. 34 Hen. VIII. [See this Calendar, under date 1 Oct. 1542, where this patent is described more fully from an official copy.] MS 608, f. 33b [n.d.]
Grant by Humphrey de Bohun, Constable of England, to his brother Gilbert de Bohun, of all possessions of the Earls Marshals and others which have descended to the grantor from Eleanor his mother, one of the heirs of said Earls; viz., in Carneboth, Mahanne, and Athbone (sic); with all that fell to him in Newtown and Oldtown in Ossory, and the town of Thome (Tuam), by the death of Matilda widow of Anselm the Marshal; to hold in tail, rendering 60l. sterling per annum. Witnesses, the Lord Ralph De Thovy, and others. MS 608, f. 35 Undated
The Lords of Ireland, according their antiquities, and as they were marshalled in Parlirment in the Upper House, in May 1613, before Sir Arthur Chichester, Lord of Belfast, Lord Deputy,"; Archbishops of Dublin, Armagh (Primate), Cashel (also Bishop of Killala and Ardconragh), and Tuam; Bishops of Meath, Kildare, Cork, Clonfert, etc.; Earls of Kildare ("within age"), Ormond and Ossory (absent; his proxy with the Lord of Dunboyne), Thomond, and Clanricard (absent in England; no proxy); Viscounts Barry of Buttevant, Gormanston, Roch of Fermoy, Mountgarret, and Butler of Tullagh Phelim; Lords Bremingham of Athenry (absent, no proxy), Courcye of Ringroane (absent, his proxy with Viscount Barry) FitzMorrice of Lixnawe (absent, his proxy with the Earl of Thomond), Slane, Delvyn, Houthe, Dunsany (within age), Trimeleston, Dunboyne, Upper Ossory (died before the Parliament, his son absent), Lowth, Poer of Curraghmore (within age), Incequine (within age), Burgh of Castle Conell (absent by reason of the controversy between the uncle and nephew), Cahier, and Chechester (sic) of Belfast, Lord Deputy (not called). MS 608, f. 38b [n.d.]
Deed of Mary de St. Paul, Countess of Pembroke, Lady of Wexford and Montague, [certifying] that Arnold De Pinkey clerk, Ric. Titeshall, clerk, and others, had granted to Aymer De Athol, knight, and Mary his wife, in tail male, the reversion of the manor of the Forest of Felton. Dated at her manor of La Mote, 6 May, 46 Edw. III. "Turr. London. MS 608, f. 42 [n.d.]
Creation of Donald MacCarti, called McCartimore, as Earl of Clancare and Baron of Valentia. Dated 28 June, 7 Eliz, (Quoted at length.) With the Earl's oath of fealty. [See this Calendar, Vol. I. p. 365, 366.] (No reference.) MS 608, f. 43b [n.d.]
Notarial instrument, 5 Edw. VI., testifying that John FitzGerard FitzGerald, of the sept of Ric. FitzMorice, granted to Lord Thomas FitzMorrice, captain of his nation, Baron of "Kierrigia," all his action against the Lord O'Brien on account of damages done him, especially the prey and slaying of his men by Thady in Toteani (sic) O'Brien, Donogh brother of McMahown, and Theodoric of the same nation, restitution of said damages having been adjudged by the Lord Deputy at Cork. Dated at Artifert. (Names of witnesses.); Signed by the Bishop of Ardfert and John FitzGerard. Notary, John FitzMoris. (No reference.) MS 608, f. 45 1551
Ordinances made in the Great Parliament at Dublin, 12 July, 33 Hen. VIII. [They have already been calendared in Vol. I. p. 180, (12 July 1541,) from Carew MS 603.] MS 608, f. 54 [n.d.]
Division of the county of Ossory among the three daughters of the Lord Gilbert De Clare, Earl of Gloucester; showing the pourparties of the Lord Hugh Le Dispenser and Eleanor his wife, the Lord Hugh d'Audele and Margaret his wife, and the Lord Roger d'Amory and Elizabeth his wife. Dated by Carew, "Edw. II. MS 608, f. 57 [n.d.]
Richard II. to the Mayor and Commons of Dublin. Has relieved his uncle the Duke of Glouscester from the government of Ireland to which he had been appointed, and charged the Earl of Marche instead, to go thither as soon as possible. In the mean time appoints the Earl of Ormond [Lord] Justice, and sends over the Archbishop of Dublin, who is appointed Chancellor, with men-at-arms and archers, and money. Hopes that they, with the Bishop of Meath and the rest of the Council, will set Ireland in good order. Windsor Castle, 24 July. (Regnal year not given.); "Copied out of the original. MS 608, f. 61 [n.d.]
Richard II. to the Bishop of Meeth, and to the Keeper of the Great Seal, the Treasurer, and others of the Council--; Signifying the appointment of the Earl of Ormond. Windsor Castle, 23 July [16 Ric. II.]; "Copied out of the original. MS 608, f. 64b [n.d.]
Grant by Thomas Bullen, Earl of Ormond, to Piers Butler of Tullyphelim and Arkeloe. [See Vol. I. of this Calendar, p. 128, where this is quoted at length.] MS 608, f. 69 [n.d.]
Note of an inquisition, 10 Edw. II., on the death of Joan de Valentia, Countess of Pembroke, who held in fee simple the county palatine of Wexford, &c., which descended to George Talbot, Earl of Waterford and Shrewsbury, and so to the Crown, by the Statute of Absentees. By the survey in 32 Hen. VIII. the value of the lands had greatly decreased MS 608, f. 69b [n.d.]
Writ to the Sheriff of co. Hants, to make proclamation that no person bring groats or "pence of twopence," bearing the print of the Harp, out of Ireland. Westmr., 19 Nov., 32 Hen, VIII. [More fully described in this Calendar under date 19 Nov. 1540.] MS 608, f. 73 [n.d.]
Submission of Shane O'Neale, Twelfth Day, 4 Eliz. [This submission is calendared in Vol. I. p. 312, from another MS.] MS 608, f. 83 [n.d.]
Bull of Indulgence by Pope Clement VIII. to the Irish, [This is calendared in Vol. III. p. 523.] MS 608, f. 84 18 April 1600
Grant by Miles Archbishop of Ardmaghe, Primate of Ireland, with the assent of the Dean and Chapter, to William and Arthur McBrin, sons of Master Arthur McBrin, of lands in Kilmore, "cum pleno jure herenaciæ," etc.; to hold so long as they shall be pleasing and obedient to the church of Ardmaghe, and not to lease any part of said lands to any strange layman. The premises to be enjoyed by said Master Arthur during his life, according to his charter. Yearly rent, one mark and eightpence sterling. Dunum, Headed: "A grant of an erenachy made by Milo Archbishop of Ardmaghe, to be found in the Register of that see. MS 608, f. 85 21 Nov 1365
Grant by John Swayne, Archbishop of Ardmaghe, keeper of the spiritualties and temporalities of the see of Dromore, to Maurice McBrin, "herenacho," of the lands of Laireacht [and] Dyrke, Dromore diocese, till the church of Dromore shall be provided with a pastor; rendering the usual rent, in English money, and services. "In the register of that see. MS 608, f. 85b 1427
Confirmation by John Maye, Archbishop of Ardmaghe, to Patrick McKassayd, and his heirs, of the herenachy of Twynha, as granted to his ancestors, with renewed investiture; yearly rent, 5 marks 2s. sterl., and the customary services; to inhabit and cultivate the lands, and not to lease them to any layman stranger; said Patrick being created the archbishop's herenach in the church of Twynha. Dated at Armagh, the 12th year from the Archbishop's consecration. "In the register of that see. MS 608, f. 86 9 Aug 1455
Appointment by John Walton, Archbishop of Dublin, of Tadeus Oskolly, clerk, of the town and church of Glindelagh, as keeper of the office of "corbanatus" there, which the Archbishop has sequestered, until the Archbishop's visitation of the church and people of Glindalagh; the disposition of said office belonging to the Archbishop, as appears by search made among the muniments and charters of the church of Dublin. Dated at the Archbishop's manor of Finglas, the 2nd year from the Archbishop's consecration. Headed: "In the Archbishop of Dublin his register. MS 608, f. 87 11 Dec 1473
List of extinct dukes, marquises, earls, viscounts, and barons in the Kingdom of Ireland, from Hen. II. to James I. MS 608, f. 93b [n.d.]
List of "earls, viscounts, and barons now living in Ireland, in annis 1616, 17, 18. MS 608, f. 94b [n.d.]
List of "barons or baronets in Ireland extinct, as they are found upon record, but when they had their beginning, it is uncertain."--(Loundres, Grant, Calfe, St. Ledger, Marward, Sarjant, Cusake, FitzOwen, Tirrell, Power, Misset.) MS 608, f. 95 [n.d.]
List of "barons or baronets remaining in Ireland in anno 1616. MS 608, f. 95b [n.d.]
List of barons, viscounts, and earls created by King James. MS 608, f. 96 [n.d.]
Commission for the survey of the rebels' lands in Ireland, [Calendared in Vol. II. p. 373.] MS 608, f. 97 [-4] January 1583
Commission to the Lord Deputy to take the surrenders of certain Irishmen, [Calendared in Vol. II. p. 408.] MS 608, f. 98b Nov 1585
A rate of the yearly charges of the King's army in Ireland, 34 Hen. VIII." [Calendared in Vol. I. p. 200, from another MS.] MS 608, f. 99b [n.d.]
Feoffment made by Gerald Earl of Desmond to the Baron of Donboyne and others, [Calendared in Vol. I. p. 481.] MS 608, f. 104 10 Sep 1574
Acts not extant in the printed book." [Ibidem, p. 316.] MS 608, f. 106 [n.d.]
Creation of Pierce Butler as Earl of Ossory, [Ibidem, p. 37.] MS 608, f. 121 1527
Ceremony of creating Con O'Neal Earl of Tyrone, 1 Oct., 34 Hen. VIII. MS 608, f. 123 [n.d.]
Ceremonies at the creations of the Earls of Thomond and Clanrickard and the Baron of Ibrakan, 1 July, 35 Hen. VIII. [Nos. 140 and 141 have been calendared in Vol. I. pp. 199, 203.] MS 608, f. 124 [n.d.]
Restoration of the Earl of Kildare and his brothers and sisters to their blood, 11 Eliz. [Calendared in Vol. I. p. 400.] MS 608, f. 125 [n.d.]
Patent of creation of William Hervy, knight and baronet, as Baron Hervy, of Rosse in co. Wexford, in tail male of his son William Hervy, knight and baronet, Gorhambury, 5 Aug., 18 James I. MS 608, f. 126b [n.d.]
Creation of Maurice FitzThomas of Ireland as Earl of Desmond, in tail male, with all the royal liberties which he had in co. Kerry, except four pleas, viz., of burning, rape, forestalling, and treasure-trove; and also except profits of saffron ("croceis") in said county. Gloucester, 27 Aug., 3 Edw. III. Memoranda of the Exchequer, Mich. 3 Edw. III. MS 608, f. 128b [n.d.]