4 edition of Calendar of Ormond deeds found in the catalog.
Calendar of Ormond deeds
Originally published, Dublin: Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1943.
|Statement||edited by Edmund Curtis :|
|Contributions||Curtis, Edmund., Irish Manuscripts Commission.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||240|
St Dallán's feast day is held on the 29 January and the feast was certainly kept there in medieval times, as a document (No. 81) in the Calendar of Ormond Deeds dated states- Richard Horihan quit-claims to John, son of Richard Tobyn of Barlesky, all claim in all his messuages, lands and tenements in Kylamery to him and his heirs for ever. The kings of Osraige (alternately spelled Osraighe and Anglicised as Ossory) reigned over the medieval Irish kingdom of Osraige from the first or second century AD until the late twelfth century. Osraige was a semi-provincial kingdom in south-east Ireland which disappeared following the Norman Invasion of Ireland.A number of important royal Ossorian genealogies are preserved, particularly MS.
Early Freyne Family History. Extracts from the Calendar of Ormond Deeds, Vol.I & II, Curtis, Circa - William the Marshal, Earl of Pembroke, grants to Adam de Hereford and his heirs all thet "Thoit" [Tuath] or district called Mamcohle, in which his castle of Radoueny [Rathdowney] stands, by seisin of two knights with the usual free customs and liberties. The Red book of Ormond: from the fourteenth-century original preserved at Kilkenny castle, with missing portions supplied from the fifteenth-century transcript in the Bodleian library Ormond deeds Ormond deeds, being the mediaeval documents preserved at Kilkenny Castle: .
Source: extracts from the book Knights' Fees in Counties Wexford, Carlow and Kilkenny, Irish Manuscripts Commission, with commentary by Eric St. John Brooks, Dublin Stationery Office, Secondary source: Calendar of Ormond Deeds, Volume I, Category: Resources. These include the Calendar of Ormond Deeds, The Book of Survey & Distribution and The Civil Survey and many other interesting books that could be useful for genealogy in early periods. They plan to add more titles. In this book I discovered that Bryan was the anglecised Irish form of the English name Bernard.
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Calendar of Ormond deeds. [Shannon] Irish. Full text of "Calendar of Ormond deeds, " See other formats. Title: Calendar of Ormond Deeds, Volume 2 of Calendar of Ormond Deeds,Edmund CurtisIrish Manuscripts Commission Ormond deeds; being the mediaeval documents preserved at Kilkenny castle.
The Calendar of Ormond Deeds, contains what is, since the destruction of the Public Record Office, inthe largest single collection of medieval deeds and records Calendar of Ormond deeds book extant in Ireland.
The original records and documents are held in the Muniment Room, Kilkenny Castle. Book Details; Seller Notes: “Boards have some wear, surface marks.
Content is clean and has light toning. Some marks to page ends. No DJ” Title: Calendar Of Ormond Deeds, Vol V. A.D. Item Condition: used item in a good condition: Author: Edmund Curtis (edited by) ISBN Publisher: The Stationary Office: SKU: Seller Rating: % positive.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Calendar of Ormond deeds by Ormonde Marquises of.,Irish University Press for the Irish Manuscripts Commission edition, in English. Read the digitized book:Calendar of Ormond deeds,vol.
5 - Calendar of Ormond deeds,vol. Participate in the indexing of the Canadian World War I Personal Records from May 1, until Learn More. Calendar of Ormond deeds,vol. Title: Calendar of Ormond deeds,vol. Calendar of Ormond Deeds ; Red Book of Ormond. The list is a noteworthy one.
It is true that there has been some strong criticism of the method of editing a few of these volumes?particularly the ANALECTA. It is held that the publication of mere Reports on collections of documents?instead.
Calendar of Ormond Deeds., Edited by Edmund Curtis. Vol. iv (). xxxiv, 20s. Dublin: Stationery Office. (Irish Manuscripts Commission Author: Herbert Wood. At a meeting of the Kilkenny Archaeological Society on 13th of January Rev James Graves, founder of the Society, presented an unusual exhibit to the gathering.
It was the restored Red Book of Ormond. This book is a collection of deeds and rentals relating to. [note: these are noted in the Addenda of the book as miscellaneous records as described by James Graves in ] April 6, - Deed by Sir Edmund Butler of Cloghgrenan in Co.
Carlow, son of James Butler, late Earl of Ormond, to the effect that he has granted to Thomas Cantwell of Cantwellscourt and to Robert Walsh of Woollengrandge in Co. Calendar of Ormond deeds,  A.D.: [being the mediaeval documents preserved at Kilkenny Castle] / Edited by Edmund Curtis ; [including abstracts by Henry Fitzpatrick Berry] Stationery Office Dublin Australian/Harvard Citation.
Irish Manuscripts Commission. Calendar of Ormond Deeds. Vol. IV (). Edited by Edmund Curtis: review. Edmund Curtis (–), was born in Lancashire to Irish parents. He worked in a rubber factory until he was 15 when he continued with his education. His education was paid for through donations when it was heard that poems he had published when he was 14 and later in London in June were from a Born: 25 MarchBury, Lancashire.
The Red Book of Ormond. Edited by Newport B. White, M.A., Marsh's Librarian, Dublin. Published by the Irish Manu scripts Commission, Dublin, Price 5s. This first instalment of the Calendar of Ormond Deeds is the most important contribution to the history of the early Anglo-Norman period, in Ireland that has appeared in recent years.
It. Some medieval marriage dowries in the Ormond Deeds. Niall C.E.J. O’Brien. Marriage dowries in medieval times fulfilled many different functions. The dowry of a bride added to the estates of her husband and provided an income for his widow after his death at a time when there was no state pension.
Calendar of Ormond Deeds, A.D.In the tenants of the Earl of Ormond at Arklow were obliged to carry timber in four lighters to the port of Arklow every year. At the port the timber was loaded on ships for Dublin for the use of the Earl.  In boatmen on the Nore, bringing timber or wood to the quayside at Irishtown, were to ensure that the timber was removed within twenty-four hours or be fined ten schillings.
The Irish Manuscripts Commission has a lot of old Irish books online and free. These include the Calendar of Ormond Deeds, The Book of Survey & Distribution and The Civil Survey and many other interesting books that could be useful for genealogy in early periods.