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Saturday, January 29, 2011

Info Found Online - Flanagan - 1822 Louth Freeholders

I always find it interesting to do a quick Google Search for various scenarios and keywords and see what comes up.  My latest search was unquoted - thomas flanagan 1836 termonfechin termonfeckin louth ireland.  Here's information from one link.

1822 Louth Freeholders

Flannigan James; Monksland; Monksland; Lord Clermont; Dundalk 01/08/1820; Lower Dundalk; 40/-; John and Patrick Flannigan
Flannigan James jun.; Whitestown; Whitestown; Henry Brabazon Esq.; Dundalk 04/10/1820; Lower Dundalk; 40/-; John Finnegan, John Murphy and the King
Flannigan John; Mullamahy; Mullamahy; Sir Edward Bellew Bart.; Dunleer 17/02/1817; Ferrard; 40/-; John and Thomas Flannagan
Flannigan John; Mullaghmapis; Mullaghmapis; Sir Edward Bellew Bart.; Collon 04/09/1820; Ferrard; 40/-; John Flannigan, Thomas Flannigan and John Flannigan
Flannigan John; Cassacanny; Cassacanny; Blaney T. Balfour Esq.; Dundalk 01/08/1820; Lower Dundalk; 40/-; James, William and Hugh Flannigan
Flannigan John; Crossallaney; Crossallaney; Blaney T. Balfour Esq.; Dundalk 03/10/1820; Lower Dundalk; 40/-; James, William and Hugh Flannigan
Flannigan Matthew; Corduggan; Corduggan; -; Collon15/04/1820; Ferrard; 40/-; Lawrence Keiran. Edmond C. Pendleton and John Coddington
Flannigan Matthew; Corduggan; Corduggan; W.D. Delap Esq.; Collon 04/09/1820; Ferrard; 40/-; Lawrence Keiran, Edmond C. Pendleton and John Coddington
Flannigan Patrick; Duffsland; Duffsland; G.McN.N.J. House; Ardee 14/07/1817; Ferrard; 40/-; Lord Primate of all Ireland
Flannigan Thomas; Mullamahy; Mullamahy; Sir Edward Bellew Bart.; Dunleer 17/02/1817; Ferrard; 40/-; John and Thomas Flannagan
Flannigan Thomas; Mullaghmapis; Mullaghmapis; Sir Edward Bellew Bart.; Collon 04/09/1820; Ferrard; 40/-; John Flannigan, Thomas Flannigan and John Flannigan

The above information is indicated as Louth Freeholders 1822.  It is D-K.  I have no real idea what all of this means.  Ok, maybe I have some idea.  I hope to my researchers in Ireland that this does not send more questions.  Hopefully, it is what it is, more unexplained information on the internet.

What did catch my eye was Mullaghmapis and Bellew mentioned on the same line.  Is that something, I wonder?

What I do know is where my Flanagan's were in 1822.

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