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Illustrations, historical and genealogical, of King James's Irish army list, 1689

Illustrations, historical and genealogical, of King James's Irish army list, 1689

Source : Internet Archive

Illustrations, historical and genealogical, of King James's Irish army list, 1689

Illustrations, historical and genealogical, of King James's Irish army list, 1689

Source : Internet Archive

Results : SHERLOCK


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Peter Sherlock of Gracedieu


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How, John Nugent, Richard Marsfield, Thomas Sherlock, Pierce Walsh, and Nicholas Power, Esqs. Their applotment for the three months, £1,262


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Christopher Sherlock. John Wogan.


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and premises there. In 1616, Thomas Sherlock ofi the Naas' was one of the County of Kildare gentry impa


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held of the estates of John Sherlock of Ballyclerihan, in the County of Cross-Tipperary, when it was found that, at


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CAPTAIN CHRISTOPHER SHERLOCK.


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In 1684, 18th May, died Philip Sherlock of Little-rath, son of Christopher of that place , he was buried on


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the same County, clerk, and George Sherlock of Wicklow, merchant. In the confirmatory patents of King Charles the Second to


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attainted in 1642, as were Edward Sherlock of Blackhall in the same County, clerk, and George Sherlock of Wicklow, merchant.


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of Blackhall, a Captain, and Robert Sherlock an Ensign, in Sir Maurice Eustace's


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of Paul, heir of Sir Thomas Sherlock.


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of Waterford. In 16 94, Thomas Sherlock, a merchant of Irfsh birth, theretofore trading in Dublin, but then a merchant


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in said County of Kildare, Robert Sherlock of Carlow (the Ensign in Sir Maurice Eustace's), and James, Pierce, and Balthazzar


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of Lady's Castle, Laurence and Eustace Sherlock of Littlerath, all in said County of Kildare, Robert Sherlock of Carlow (the


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consequently attainted with said Thomas, John Sherlock of Lady's Castle, Laurence and Eustace Sherlock of Littlerath, all in said County


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near relatives of Captain Christopher. Edward Sherlock of Blackhall, possibly the same individual who was attainted in 1642, was one


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Thomas Sherlock.


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the Naas, third son of Edward Sherlock of said place, where he was interred. The Attainders of 1642 present Edward


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death in that year of Richard Sherlock, late Sovereign of the Naas, third son of Edward Sherlock of said place,


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son and heir of Sir George Sherlock, Knight, deceased. A Funeral entry of 1636 in Bermingham Tower, shows the death


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Diocese of Ossory. In 1499, James Sherlock was appointed a Justice in Eyre. In 1616, John Fitz-James Sherlock, of Waterford


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Crown of the wardship of John Fitz-George Sherlock, son and heir of Sir George Sherlock, Knight, deceased. A Funeral entry


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Justice in Eyre. In 1616, John Fitz-James Sherlock, of Waterford City, Esq., had a grant from the Crown of the


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CAPTAIN THOMAS SHERLOCK.


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attainted in 1691, together with Edward Sherlock, also of Blackhall, and who had been one of the Representatives of the


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Captain in Fitz-James's Foot, and .Robert Sherlock of Carlow was an Ensign in Sir Maurice Eustace's. They were all attainted


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of Blackhall, County of Kildare, Christopher Sherlock of Littlerath in same county was a Captain in Fitz-James's Foot, and .Robert


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clause for Royal gratitude Sir Thomas Sherlock, Knight Besides the above Captain Thomas, who was of Blackhall, County of Kildare,