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No further details   Appointment by John le Botteler, Earl of Ormond, lord of the liberty of Tipperary, of Edmund FitzJames FitzWilliam FitzPeter le Botteler, as seneschal of the said liberty, and grant of the moiety of the office of marshal [of the same]. Clonmell 7 June, 41 Hen. VI.  MS 613, f. 26  [n.d.]
No further details   Grant by Henry VII. to James Ormond, knight for the King's body, of the manor of Ardmulghum, the patronage of the church of Ardmulghum, and the lordships of Belgard, Fovre, Demor, and Derver, in co. Meath; of lands in Callan, Loghmeran, Ratheston, and other places in co. Kilkenny; and of the lands and tenements called the Earl's Grove, Kilmorarussyn, and the Old Mill, near Clomell, with all the King's lands in co. Tipperary; the premises being parcel of the possessions of the Earl of March, of which the King is seized in right of his consort, Queen Elizabeth, to hold in tail male. Canterbury, 10 Sept., 10 Hen. VII. By authority of Parliament.  MS 613, f. 28b  [n.d.]
No further details   "A note of such lands as Peers Butler, Earl of Osserie, and James Lord Butler his son, took by lease for term of years from Dame Anne St. Ledger, widow, and Dame Margaret Bullen, widow, (daughters and co-heirs unto Thomas Butler, late Earl of Ormond,) Thomas Lord Rochford, son and heir to Dame Margaret Bulleyne, and Sir George St. Ledger, knight, son and heir to Dame Anne St. Ledger; which said lands were then in the possession of the said ladies and their sons aforesaid in anno 20, regni Regis Henrici Octavi, viz.;"--the castle and manor of Kilkenny (rent, 200 marks Irish); the royalties of cos. Kilkenny, Tipperary, and Ormond; the manor and castle of Knoctopher (rent, 200 marks Irish); the manor and castle of Ballygarren (ditto); manor of Thorles (rent, 200 kine); the manor and castle of Dunmore; the manors of Puberafe, Portlerafe, and Killinalle, in co. Kilkenny; the country of Woney Mubrian; the manor and castle of Carrigne-Griffin, and "the two Ormonds" in co. Tipperary; and the manor and castle of Grenagh in co. Waterford.  MS 613, f. 29b  [n.d.]
No further details   "A brief collection of the life of Hubert Walter, Archbishop of Canterbury, and brother to Theobald Walter, the ancestor to Butler Earl of Ormond, collected out of a book entitled, "De antiquitate Britannioe Ecclesioe." [By Archbishop Parker.]  MS 613, f. 30  [n.d.]

Folder icon  GRANTS of LANDS in IRELAND.  MS 613, f. 66  [n.d.]

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Former reference: MS 613, f. 66

2 Pages.
Language:  Latin

Contents:
I. Grant by Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of Hereford, and Constable of England, to his brother, Gilbert de Bohun, for his service, of all the lands which he has of the lands of the Earl Marshal or others, falling to the purparty of Eleanor their mother, one of the heirs of the said Earl, which lands had come to him as heir of the said Eleanor in Ireland, viz., in Carneboth, Mahunne, [and] Athebone; together with all the tenements which fell to him in Newtown and Oldtown in Ossory, and Thomastown, by the death of Matilda, formerly wife of Anselm, the Marshal, with all hamlets and appurtenances. To hold to him and his heirs, rendering yearly 60l. ster.
Witnesses named.
No date.
II. Grant by Geoffrey de Geynvill, with the consent of Matilda de Lasey, his wife, and for the good of the souls of their ancestors and of their own souls, to the abbot and monks of St. Mary's de Bellobecco (Bolebec) of forty shillings of annual rent. Witnesses: Richard de Twytt, junior, Geoffrey de Allethon, Walter FitzAured (Alfred?), Adam de Hynsak, John de Valcolore, Simon de Munteney, Henry de Stratton, then seneschal of said Geoffrey and Matilda in Meath, Hugh de Portes, their sheriff of Trim, Robert Gelus, Maurice their clerk.
Dated at Connackernyth, Tuesday next after the Octave of the Invention of the Holy Cross, anno 1259.



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