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Cloghcor, Leckpatrick Parish Rentals & Valuations 1777-1858

Transcribed & Compiled by Len Swindley
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Cloghcor (The Rough Stone) is a 213-acre townland located on the Derry Road approx 8 kms north of Strabane and belonged to the Manor of Cloghogal within the extensive Abercorn Estate. The Abercorn Papers form a very large collection in PRONI, Belfast, which includes title deeds, rentals, accounts, leases and correspondence relating to the Tyrone and Donegal estates, some commencing in the early seventeenth century. The following data has been extracted from LDS microfilms; researchers should consult the comprehensive Family History Library catalogue for a complete description of this microfilmed archive. Alternatively, the originals may be viewed at PRONI, 66 Balmoral Ave., Belfast.

 

SURVEY & VALUATION OF THE MANOR OF CLOGHOGAL (ABERCORN ESTATE) 1777

CLOGHCOR:

William Pollock

Patrick Murray

James Kee

John Denniston

Robert Cummin

 

RENTAL FOR THE MANOR OF CLOGHOGAL (ABERCORN ESTATE) 1787

CLOGHCOR:

Lower: William Kee

Robert Cummin

Middle: William Denniston

Joseph Denniston

Upper: Robert Cummin

Charles Cummin

William Kee

Thomas Porterfield & John Kelly

 

TITHE APPLOTMENTS: LECKPATRICK PARISH 1827

CLOGHCOR:

Francis Colhoun

James & John Kee

William Denniston & James Lewis

Hugh Kelly

[?] Cummins & R. Roulston

Sir John J. Burgoyne

 

RENTAL FOR THE MANOR OF CLOGHOGAL (ABERCORN ESTATE) 1833

CLOGHCOR:

Tenants as per Former Leases and Occupying Tenants:

Francis Colhoun

William Kee, sen. & jun.

William Denniston & James Lewis

James Kelly

James Cummins & Widow Cummins (James Cummins & Robert Rollston)

 

RENTAL FOR THE MANOR OF CLOGHOGAL (ABERCORN ESTATE) 1848

CLOUGHCOR:

Francis Colhoun

John Colhoun

John Kee

William Kee

John Denniston

Hugh Kelly

William Cummins

Robert Rolleston

 

GRIFFITHS VALUATION: LECKPATRICK PARISH 1858

CLOGHCOR:

A List of Occupiers and Immediate Lessors:

R.C. Chapel, office & graveyard

National school-house

William Kee, jun. (Marquis of Abercorn)

William Kee, sen. (same)

Edward Bonar (William Kee, jun. & sen.)

Mary Mitchell (William Kee, sen.)

Eliza Denison (Eliza Denison)

John McMonigle (same)

William Cunningham (same)

Francis Colhoun (Marquis of Abercorn)

John McGettigan (Francis Colhoun)

John Colhoun (Marquis of Abercorn)

John Williamson (John Colhoun)

George McCaffrey (same)

Robert Roulston (Marquis of Abercorn)

Walter Gwynne (Robert Roulston)

Hugh Kelly (Marquis of Abercorn)

Elizabeth Cummins (Hugh Kelly)

William Donaghy (same)

Donnell Molloy (same)