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of County Tipperary, Ireland
County Tipperary Tiobraid Árann, “House of the well of Ara”, was created and named after the town in 1328, making it one of the earliest of the Irish counties.
8 Aug 1770 Registry of Deeds, Dublin 453 Jonathan LOVETT, Kingswell, Co. Tipperary. 8 Aug. 1770. Précis 1/2 p. 14 Sept. 1770. To his second son Verney LOVETT (exor.) lands of Kingswell and Marshallswrath. Farm and lands of Carrons Reddy. Two houses in town of Tipperary sett to John BLUETT and two small fields sett to Patrick MANGAN which were left to testator by the Will of Mrs. Jane KING, interest in lands of Montgasty, commonly called the Hills of Tipperary which testator purchased from Mr. Solomon DELANE, all in Barony Clanwilliam, Co. Tipperary. Witnesses: William RUSSELL, Tipperary, Esq., Hugh MASSY, Pegsborough, Esq., James RUSSELL, Tipperary, Esq., all Co. Tipperary. Memorial witnessed by: Bryan MEHEUX, Dublin, gent., William RUSSELL. 274, 624, 182901 Verney LOVETT (seal)
Extracted by Combs Researcher Debi Kendrick from Registry of Deeds, Dublin Abstracts of Wills, Volume II, 1746 to 1785, 1954. Reprint, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1996
Jonathan LOVETT II was the h/o Sarah DARBY (d/o Jonathan of Leap Castle), s/o Jonathan and Eleanor MANSERGH Lovett, gs/o John and Susannah LOVETT Lovett (first cousins), and ggs/o Christopher and Frances MORE Lovett (paternal) and Lawrence and Margaret LOVETT (maternal). See Lovett Lineages and Memorial re Robert LOVETT of Kingswell in Tipperary.
Important: All Records collected for this county may not have been added here as yet. See also the Combs Research List Archives
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