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David Gybbyn's, otherwise Davidencorigg, lord of the Great Wood ; in all 12,000 acres. Signed: Valentine Browne, J. Popham, Henry Ughtrede, Henry Billingsleye, William Trenchard, Tho. Hanam, John Strode. (7.) Certificate, 6 (3) September 1587, of the lands in the county of Limerick and Coshmay allotted to George Thorneton; sc, Uregare, Ballen volen, Carrowreogh, Ballenstoneybeg, Ballenstoneymore, Ardekellymartye, Downemand, Ballecory, making in all 572 acres, viz., 3 ploughlands, 12 acres Irish. Sigmed: Ed. Phyton, Henry Slyngisbe, Thomas Fletewoode, Richard Phiton, Marmaduke Redmayn. (8) Certificate, 18 May 1587, of the lands in the country of Connollo allotted to Mr. John Strowde and his associates ; sc., the castle and lands called Cloughtredboye, late the White Knight's, and parcel of the croughe or toughe in the county of Limerick ; the castle and lands of Kippaughe, late the Knight of the Valley's; the castle, town, and lands of Beawghe, otherwise Enbeoughe Yearosseye ; the castle and lands of called Balleloghan, late the said Knight of the Valley's; 8,000 acres. Signed: Valentine Browne, J. Popham, W. Courteney, Henry Ughtrede, Henry Billingsley, Tho. Hanam, William Trenchard, John Strode. (9.) Certificate, 29 August 1587, of the lands in the county of Waterford allotted to Thomas Fleetewod, son and heir apparent to John Fletewod of Caldwich, co. Stafford, and his associates; sc., Ballenehow, otherwise Ballenderawyne ; Barne-ne-Fowle, otherwise Barnefallough ; Glanshekyn ; Kylcloughy, otherwise Kilclough ; Ballegast, otherwise Balleneglasse, and Glanegurtine ; Garrengold, otherwise Clarencowle, Shaghnacharat, and Kylcoran ; Kylbeg ; Bally McHonyck and Kylwatermoy ; Kylmecarighy ; Ballymeauchony, Ballenlowre, and Currighynemought; Croshe and More Collop. Signed : Ed. Phyton, Henry Slyngisbe, Richard Phyton, Marmaduke Redmayn, Edmund Mainwayring, A. Fyton. (10.) Certificate, 14 March 1586, of the lands in the county of Cork allotted to Andrew Reade of Faccombe, Hants, and his associates; sc., the manor and castle of Killcollman and the toghe or canthred there called Grossoghe, otherwise Rossaghe, and the warren of conies there, and all the lands, &c. to the premises belonging. If there be above 6,000 acres, the overplus shall be reserved for others of the said society. Signed : Chr. Hatton, Fra. Walsingham, Valentine Browne, E. Phyton, W. Ralegh, J. Couper, J. Popham.

(11.) Certificate, 10 February 1586, of the lands within the canthreds or baronies of Kerywhirry, Cullene, and Kinalee allotted to Mr. George Robinson and his associates; sc., the manor and castle of Ballinvihigh with the castle of

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Linsinglery, and the lands and territories of Covleene; the
lands of Glenne and Balyrobert otherwise Robertstown; the
castle and lands of :* 6,000 acres.
Signed : Hugh Worthe, Edward Rogers, Hu. [or Henry Fl
Cuffe, Ro. Warre, Arthur Hyde, Pha. Becher, Michael Syden-
ham.
(12) Certificate, 21 February, 1586, of the lands in the
county of Tipperary allotted to Mr. Harry Slyngsbye and his
associates; sc, the castle and lands of Ballyhendrohyde, lying
upon the river of Shewer in the country called Muskery
Whyrck, and the towns and lands of Kyllardrye and Cowly-
noughe, all late the Earl of Desmond's; 8,000 acres.
Signed : Chr. Hatton, Valentine Browne, [John Pop-
ham |
(13.) A Particular, 1st August 1587, of the lands in the
county of Limerick, being parcel of the Knight of the
Valley and Thomas his son's lands, attainted, in Kenry, long
waste and unpeopled, as are by us the Undertakers, whose
names are subscribed, assigned and allotted for the parts and
portions of George Beston and Lancelot Bostocke; sc., the
manor, castle, and lands called Castletown; the manor of
Cloveagh, otherwise Beaugh Castle; the castle of Court
Rothery, near by Kilmallock; the lands called Ballinaghtie,
otherwise Ballahaugh; the lands called Garroghloyne, and all
the land called the Great Wood; to make up two seignories
of 12,000 acres apiece.
Signed: Ed. Phyton, William Herbert, Henry Slyngisbe,
Thomas Fletewoode, Richard Phiton, Alex. Fyton, Marmaduke
Redmayn, Edmund Mainwayring.
(14) Certificate, 18 May 1587, of the lands in the country
of Connollo allotted to Mr. Henry Byllingsley, alderman of
London, and his associates; sc., the castle, town, and lands of
Killmackow, late John Suppell's ; the castle, town, and lands
of Killfynne, late Gerald FitzThomas's ; the town of Rathe-
kealye upon the river of Dyle there; certain plowlands in
Ballingare Lysvote, late parcel of the canthreds there, with
the lands called the Knight's Street in Ballyngare; the old
castles called Dromarde and Matryscourte, late the Earl of
Desmond's; 12,000 acres.
Signed : Valentine Browne, W. Courteney, Henry Ugh-
trede, J. Popham, William Trenchard, John Strode, Tho.
Hanam.f
(15.) Certificate, 21 May 1587, of the lands within the
county of Kerry allotted to Sir Francis Walsingham and Ed-
ward Dennye and their associates; sc., the two castles with
the priory and town of Traylye, late the Earl of Desmond's,

* Here the name of Carigenedye has been crossed out with a pen.

f Some of these signatures are almost hidden from view by the encroachment of the binding on the documents. It is possible, therefore, that other signatures are now entirely invisible, not only in this, but in other certificates.

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within the said county of Kerry; the castle ruinate called
Tallauht, late the Earl's, near Knockennaught ; an hospital,
sometime parcel of St. John's, Jerusalem, with some small
closes near Traylye ; a parcel of land, late the Earl's, called
Derrimoore, in the parish of Annaugh; the castle of Lestroane,
late the Earl's; the town of Ardath, with the friary there;
the castle and lands called Clonemoore, late John McAn-
drewes' (?), with a garden; the burgage house, with the lands
there, called Crashamyragh, and Barford's lands there, late
John McRedmond's; Turmyn's burgage there, called Court-
neshehye, late John McCollin's ; a burgage there, called
Marbelyerne (?), late John FitzWilliam FitzPatrick's ; a
burgage there, with a garden and four parcels of land in the
fields of Ardath, late Morice McShane's; the castle and lands
of Liskahane, near Ardath, late John Ogue Morrice's ; a
parcel of [land] called Killilltou, and Bungunder, wherein is
wood, late Morrice McOwin's; Ballicharta; the abbey of
Odorne ; the abbey of Ratooth; Barrowe, Killfener, Glan-
nigett, Rainvoycke, Ballamyn, Killingleraugh, the park and
half the mill in Dingle; and certain broken islands, containing
by estimation within 20 acres; 12,000 acres.
Signed: William Herbert, E. Denny, Hu. () Cuffe, J. Couper,
Arthur Robyns, George Robynson, Henry Billingsley.
(16) Certificate, 21 February 1586, of the lands in the
county of the Desses in co. Waterford allotted to Sir Christo-
pher Hatton, Vice-Chamberlain of the Queen's Household, and
one of her Privy Council, and his associates; se, the castle
and lands of Knockmoan, late Richard FitzJohn FitzMorrice's;
the castle, township, and lands of Clonye, late John Oge
McThomas's ; the castle and lands called Kyll McThomas,
late Richard McThomas's ; the town and lands of Shrade-
ballye, otherwise Stradballye, late Richard FitzThomas's, of
the Palace, in the Desses; the messuage and tenements of
Tyneclay, otherwise the Woodhouse, late John FitzMorrice's
there; the townships of Taylorstown, Larighe, and Kannett,
late Morrice FitzJohn FitzThomas's ; the castle, town, and
lands of Ballynecourtye, otherwise Courtstown, late the Earl
of Desmond's ; the barony of Aughmeane, Cappaughlynrose,
Kippaugh Coyne, with 14 or 15 other parcels and townships
within the said country of the Desses, late the said Earl's ; the
barony called Cofiyroughe, with 37 villages, with some small
castles, late Brian McDonnogho McTirrelaughe I’Breen's, lying
in the parish of Killrossontye ; amounting to two seignories.
Signed : Chr. Hatton, Valentine Broune, E. Phyton (1586),
J. Popham.
(17.) Certificate, 14 March 1586, of the lands allotted to
Hugh Worthe, of Somerton in co. Somerset, and his associates;
8c., the castle and lands of Inishonan ; 12,000 acres.
Signed: Valentine Browne, J. Popham, E. Phyton (1587),
Ro. Warre, Edward Rogers, Tho. Hanam.

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(18) Certificate, 14 March 1586, of the lands in the county of Cork allotted to Philip Cuffe, of Woolstone, co. Derby, and his tenants; sc., the castle, town, and lands of Athcrosse and Dyrry wyllane; 6,000 acres. Signed : Valentine Browne, E. Phyton, J. Popham, Hu. (?) Cuffe, Arthur Hyde, George Robynson. (19.) Certificate, 14 March 1587, of the lands within the counties of Waterford and Cork allotted to Sir Walter Rawley and his associates; sc., the castle and lands of Inchaquyne; the South Friars, otherwise the Grey Friars, near the town of Yoghall; the castle and lands of Ballynetrae, with Kyllnatora; the castle and lands of Shronecallye ; certain lands of David McShane Roche and others, lying along the river called Bryde from the lands of Shroncalley to the lands of Lesfynyne, on the south and south-west of the river of Bryde; half a plowland lying on the north side of the river of Bryde, called Killnecarrigrie ; the castle and lands of Lesfenyn, with the decayed town of Tollow; the castle and lands of Mogilla, and the Sheane, and the castle and lands of Kyllmackowe. “Further it is agreed, if the lands above mentioned do not amount to the full quantity or portion of three seignories of 12,000 acres apiece, and one seignory of 6,000 acres, by estimation appointed for the said Sir Walter Rawlyghe, his associates and tenants, that then they shall have of those lands hereunder specified so much as shall make up the said full number of acres for the said seignories, that is to say, the castle and lands of Mockollopp and Temple Myghell, the lands of Patrick Coondon, next adjoining unto the Sheane, four messuages or tosts in the town of Yoghall, with the patronage or gift of the wardenship of our Lady's college of the same, Whight's Island, alias Ahavonnan, and other the lands thereunto next adjoining in Imokillye.” Signed : Christo. Hatton, Canc., Valentine Browne, Edward Fitton, John Popham, Richard (3) Phitton, Henry Slingsbye, Arthur Hyde, Thomas Hanam." Endorsed : “Mem., that the Friar's house, alias the South Friars of Yoghall, and the four messuages or tosts, with their appurtenances aforesaid, are not to be accounted as parcel of any seignory. Nevertheless the same lying nigh to the seignories appointed for the said Sir Walter Rawleye are agreed by the Undertakers to be granted unto him, and are surveyed at the yearly value of 31. 13s. 4d.” (20.) A Particular, 1 August 1587, of the lands in the county of Limerick, parcel of the Knight of the Valley and Thomas his son's lands, attainted, lying in Kenry, long waste and unpeopled, allotted to Gilbert Gerrard; sc., the manor,

* This document is only a copy; which fact will account for the apparent difference in the signatures.

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castle, and lands called Cappagh, otherwise Capigh, containing
seven plowlands; a seignory of 12,000 acres.
Signed : Ed. Phyton, William Herbert, Henry Slyngisbe,
Richard Phiton, Alex. Fyton, Thomas Fletewoode, Edmund
Mainwayr[ing].
(21) Certificate, 1 August 1587, that all the lands, &c. in
the county of Waterford which are in any sort to the Queen
escheated or from her wrongfully detained or concealed (ex-
cept those already allotted to the Iord Chancellor of England
or to Sir Walter Rawley by her Majesty's letters patents, or
to Sir Edward Phyton), are by us the Undertakers assigned
and granted to Sir Richard Molinex, Thomas Fletewoode,
Roger Dalton, Marmaduke Redman, Christopher Carns, and
John Calvert, and their assigns. Such of them as be here
present in Ireland shall be put into possession of so much
thereof as already hath been found for the Queen; and of all
other lands which shall fall out hereafter by office or other
matter of record to appertain to her.
Sigmed: William Herbert, Ed. Phyton, Lancelot Bostock,
Hen. Slyngisbe, Alex. Fyton.
(22.) Certificate (without date") of the lands in the counties
of Kerry and Desmond allotted to Sir William Herberte and
his associates ; sc., the Castle of the Island with its lands, late
the Earl of Desmond's; the castle called Coggerykirrye, late
said Earl's, with the castle of Bally McAdam, and their lands;
the township called the Desarte, late [Pron]vells; the castle
called Ardnegraughe, late Thomas FitzBavid Gerolde's ; the
castle and lands of Lymarkeahill, late the said Earl's, with
the castle of Kilcosteneye; the townships of Ballymarryshall,
Nohovall, and Gortnecly, late the said Earl's, with recompense
to be made to Nicholas Browne, gent., for his charges be-
stowed upon the same; the castle of Terbert ; the abbey of
Leslachty; the lands of St. Senant ; the castle and lands of
Ballia McDaniell.
Signed : W. Ralegh, William Herbert, E. Phyton, Valen-
tine Browne, J. Popham, John Chudleygh, Edward Umpton,
Henry Billingsley, E. Denny, Arthur Hyde.
(23.) Certificate, 14 March 1586, of the lands in the county
of Cork allotted to John Popham, of Wellington, Somerset,
her Majesty's Attorney-General, and his tenants; sc, the
castle, town, and lands of Mallo, and all the cantred of
Moallo; and all the lands, tenements, and hereditaments in
Ballinferrykerry, otherwise the Old Town; Ballingerald,
otherwise Geraldstown; Ballihogh, otherwise Loaghneston;
the Old Town within the Earl's Wood; Farrenkorohenesondry,
otherwise the Shoemakers’ town; the Short Castle, otherwise
Castle Agar; Dornignere, otherwise “the Shepes Butter;”

* The date appears to have been cut off.

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