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Achmuty (Longford) Adams (Cavan) Agar (Kilkenny) Aherne or O'Heron Aland Alcock (temp. CHARLES II) Aldwell (Tipperary) Alexander (Earl of Caledon) Alleet (1659) Allen (Cavan) Allen Alley Alverston (Dunmore) Ambrose (Dublin) Amory (Bunratty Castle) Ancketill (Monaghan) Anderson (Waterford) Annesley (Kildare) Archbold (Dublin) Archdale (Castle Archdall) Archdekin (Cork) Armstrong (Ballycumber) Armstrong Arthur (Cork) Arundell Ashborne Ashe (Meath) Aston (1647) Athy (Galway) Atkins (Cork) Atkinson (Mayo) Auchinleck (Tyrone) Audouin (Wicklow) Aungier (Earl of Longford) Aylmer (Kildare) Aylward (Kilkenny)


Bacon (Londonderry) Bagnall (Down) Bagot (Dublin) Bagwell (Tipperary) Baillie (Armagh) Baird (Tyrone) Baker (Tipperary) Balfour (Lord Balfour) Ball Barcroft (Armagh) Bare Barkey (Dublin) Barlow (Dublin) Barnewell Barrett (Castle Barrett) Barrett Barrington (Dublin) Barron (Waterford) Barrow Barry (Viscount Buttevant) Barton ( Tipperary) Bath (Athcarne Castle) Batt (Wexford and Down) Battersby (Cavan) Beaghan (Antrim) Beamish (Cork) Beasley (Dublin) Beauman (Wexford and Kildare) Beaumont (Viscount Beaumont) Becher (Cork) Becket Begg (Dublin) Beirne or O'Beirne (Connaught) Bell (Fermanagh) Bellew Bellingham (Castle-Bellingham) Bennett (Dublin) Benningham Bennis (Dublin) Benson (Dublin) Beresford (Marquess of Waterford) Bermingham (Meath) Bernard (Earl of Bandon) Berry (Westmeath) Best (Kilkenny) Betagh Betham (Ulster King of Arms) Bevens (Dublin) Bevereham


Beverley (Dublin) Bice (Sheriff of Dublin) Biggar Billington (Dublin) Bindon (Clare) Bingham (Earl of Lucan) Birch (Kilkenny) Bisse (1637) Black Blacker (Armagh) Bladen Blake (Galway and Mayo) Blakeney (Galway) Blanchfield (Blanchfieldstown) Bland (Blandsfort) Blennerhasset (Kerry) Bligh (Earl of Darnley) Blond Blood Bloomfield (Lord Bloomfield) Blosse (Mayo) Blunden (Castle Blunden) Bodkin (Galway) Boland or O'Boland Bolton (Meath) Bomford (Meath) Bond (Longford) Bonnell (1691) Booth (Sligo) Borrowes (Kildare) Bosvile Boulter (Bishop of Bristol) Bourke (Viscount Bourke) Bowen (Queen`s co) Bowes (Lord Bowes) Bownder (Limerick) Bowyer Boyd (Westmeath) Boyle (Earl of Cork) Boyse Boyton (Tipperary) Brabazon (Earl of Meath) Brackenridge (Tyrone) Bradley (1608) Bradshaw (Down) Bradstreet (Kildare) Brady or MacBrady Brasier (Londonderry) Breen (Kerry) Brenan (Kilkenny) Brennan or O'Brennan (Ossory) Brenon (Connaught) Brett Brewster (temp. Charles II) Brice (Sir HUGH BRICE, Knt.) Brien or Bryne Brien or O'Brien (Thomond) Bright Brigid Broder or O'Broder Bulfin (Dublin) Bulkeley Bull Bunbury (Carlow) Burke (Viscount Galway) Burke or Bourke Butler ( temp. Henry II) Butt (Limerick) Byrne or O'Byrne Byshoppe (Dublin)


Cahane Cahill or O'Cahill Caldwell (Meath) Callaghan (Cork) Callan or Calane Callander Campbell (Carrick-Buoy, Donegal) Candler ( Kilkenny) Cantelow Cantillon (Kerry) Canton Cantwell Carden (Tipperary) Cardiffe Carew (Baron Carew, Wexford) Carleton (Tipperary and Cork) Carmichael (Cork) Carney (Killmallock, co. Cork) Carpendale (Armagh) Carpenter (1646) Carr (Aghadoe) Carroll (Wicklow) Carter (Meath) Carthew (Dublin) Cary (Donegal) Casement (Antrim) Casey (Raheny, co. Dublin) Casey or O'Casey Cashine (Queens County) Cassan (Sheffield, Queens Co) Cassidy (Londonderry) Castell (Dublin 1647) Caulfield (Tyrone, and Roscommon ) Cavanagh Cinsallagh (Wexford) Clancy (Monaghan) Clark (Londonderry) Clarke (1648) Clarke (Armagh) Clary or O'Clary Clements (Cavan) Clements (Earl of Leitrim) Cliffe (Wexford) Close (Drumbanagher)


Coakley (Wexford) Coates (Eastwood, co. Down) Cobbe (Dublin) Codd (Wexford) Coddington (Dublin) Coey (Mayor of Belfast) Coffey or O'Coffey (Cork) Cogan (Wicklow) Coghill (1686) Colclough (1542) Cole (Earl of Enniskillen) Coles (1647) Colgan or MacColgan Colley (Kildare) Collin (Wexford) Collins or O''Cullane Collis (Cork) Collis Collvile Colthurst (Ardrum, co. Cork) Comerford (Kilkenny) Concannon or O'Concannon Connell or O'Connell (Kerry) Connor or O'Connor (Corcomroe) Connor or O'Connor (Don) Connor or O'Connor (Kerry) Connor or O'Connor (Sligo) Conolly or Neely (Kildare) Conroy (or O'Mulconry) Conry or O'Conry Cooche (1603, Knighted at Dublin Castle) Cooke (Kildare) Cooke (Kilkenny) Cooley Cooper (Dublin) Cooper (Tipperary) Coote (Earl of Mountrath) Cope (Armagh) Copeland (Meath) Coppinger (Ballyvolane and Barryscourt, Cork) Corcoran (or Corcor) Corker (Dublin) Cormick Corneille (Meath) Cornwallis Cornyn or O'Cornyn Corre Corrigan (Dublin) Corry (Carlow) Corry (Earl of Belmore) Cory Cosby (Queens County) Cosgrove Cosker (Lord Deputy of Ireland) Costello or MacCostello (Mayo) Cotter (Rockforest, co. Cork) Cotter or MacCotter Cotton (Tipperary) Cox (Cork) Cox (Limerick) Coyle Coyne (1663) Cramer Craney (Queens County) Craven (Louth) Creagh Crean or O'Crean (Mayo and Sligo) Crelie (Down) Crichton (Earl of Erne) Cromie (Kildare) Crommelin (Antrim) Crosbie (Maryborough, Queens County) Crosroe Crosthwaite (Dublin) Crothers (Surgeon of the Tyrone Militia) Crotty Crouley or Crowley Crowe ( or MacEnchroe-Clare) Cuffe (Kilkenny) Cullen or O'Cullen (Leinster) Curley Currie Curtis (Tipperary) Cusack (Meath)


Dalton (Count Dalton) Dalway (Antrim) Daly (Galway) Damory Dance (Dublin) Dane or O'Dane Daniell (Westmeath) Darcy (Westmeath) Dare (Wexford) Darley (Dublin) Daunt (Cork) Davie (Kilkenny) Davis ( temp. Charles II) Davoren or O'Daveron Dawdall (Louth) Dawson (Castle Dawson) Dawson (Tipperary) Day (Cork) De La Poer (Waterford) De Paradis (Youghal, Cork) De Vere (Limerick) Dea or O'Dea Dean (Galway) Deane (Wexford) Dease (Westmeath) Deasy Delahyde (Meath) Delamain Delany or Delaney Delap (Donegal) Dellatre Delmege ( Limerick) Dempsey Dennis (Lord Tracton) Denny or Dennehy Derham Desmond Despard (Tipperary) Devenish (Dublin) Devereux (Wexford) Devine or O'Duana Devlin (Donegal) Dexter Dick (Antrim and Derry)


Dickson (Limerick) Digby (Dublin) Dillon (Earl of Roscommon) Dillon Dinneen (or O'Dinneen) Disney (Armagh) Dixon (1646) Dobbin (Armagh) Dobbs Dobbyn (Waterford) Dockerell (Dublin, Town Councillor) Dodd (or Dod) Dodson (Bishop of Elphin) Dodwell (Dublin) Doherty or O'Doherty Dolier (Dublin) Dolling (Down) Dolphin (Galway) Domville (Dublin) Donagan or Donegan Donahue or Dunphy or O'Donoghue Donaldson (Dublin) Dongan Donlevy or MacDonlevy Donnell or O'Donnell (Mayo) Donnellan (or O'Donnellan) Donnellan Donnelly (Tyrone) Donovan or O'Donovan (Cork) Donovan or O'Donovan Doolan Dooley or O'Dooley Doran (Wexford) Doran or O'Doran Dowdall (Dublin) Dowde (Sligo) Dowling (Kilkenny) Downs Doyle (Wicklow) Doyne (Wexford) Drake (Wexford) Drake Drew (Limerick) Driscoll or O'Driscoll (Cork) Dromgoule (1614) Drought (Wicklow) Druitt Drysdale (Archdeacon of Ossory) Duffe (Mayor of Dublin) Duffield Duggan or O'Duggan Duine (Dublin) Dunbar (Ulster) Dungan (Dublin) Dunn or O'Dunn Dunne Dunscombe (Cork) Dwyer or O'Dwyer Eagar (or Eager,Kerry) Eastwood (Louth) Echingham (Wexford) Echlin (Kildare) Edge (Queen's co) Edgeworth (Longford) Edwards (Wicklow) Egan or MacEgan (Tipperary) Egerton (Dublin) Eglenton Elliott (Mayor and Alderman of Dublin) Ellis Elrington Elwood (Mayo) Emerson (Dublin) Enery (Cavan) English (Dublin) Eniry or MacInery Ennis (Westmeath) Erskine (Wicklow) Esmonde (Baron of Limerick) Eustace (Lord Portlester) Evans (Lord Carbery) Everard (Meath) Ewers Ewing (Dumbarton) Eyre (Galway)


Fagan (Meath) Fahy or O'Fahy Fair (Mayo) Fallkiner (Cork) Fallon (Roscommon, Galway) Fallon or O'Fallon (Roscommon) Falls (Dublin) Fane or Vane (Viscount Vane) Fanning (Tipperary) Farley or Farrelly Farrell (Princess of Annaly) Farrell or O'Farrell (Galway) Farrell or O'Farrell Faulkner or Falkiner (Carlow) Fay (Cavan) Fearon or MacFerrin Feney or Feeney Fenton (Reg. Ulster`s Office) Fergus or Ferris (Mayo) Ferrer Fetherstonhaugh (Westmeath) Field (Dublin) Finn or Maginn Finnegan or O'Finnegan Fitzgerald (Duke of Leinster) Fitzgerald (Earl of Desmond) Fitzgibbon (Earl of Clare) Fitzhenry (Carlow) Fitzherbert (Monaghan) Fitzmaurice (Kerry) Fitzpatrick (Lord Upper Ossory) Fitzsymon (Dublin) Flaherty or O'Flaherty Flanagan or O'Flanagan Flattery or O'Flattery Fletcher (Westmeath) Fleury Flood (Kilkenny) Flower (Viscount Ashbrook) Flynn or O'Flynn Fogarty or O'Fogarty Foley (Dublin) Folliott (Sligo) Fonte (Galway) Foord Forbes (Earl of Granard) Forde (1604) Forstall (Kilkenny) Forster (Dublin) Fortick (Dublin) Fosbery (Limerick) Foster (Louth) Fowke (Louth) Fowkes (Dublin) Fownes (Kilkenny) Fox (Tipperary) Foxall (1649) Franklin (Limerick) Franks (Cork) Freeman (Waterford) French (Baron De Freyne) Friel or O'Friel Fryer (Clare) Fuller (Kerry) Fullerton (Antrim) Fulton (Antrim)


Gaffney (or Caulfield) Gage (Viscount Gage) Gahan or Gavan Galbraith (Donegal) Gallagher or O'Gallagher (Donegal) Galway Gara or O'Gara Gardiner (Dublin) Garrett (Carlow) Garry or MacGarry or O'Hare Garvan or Garvin Garvey or O'Garvey (Down) Gaynor (Meath and Longford) Geale Geary Gentleman Geoghegan (Moycashell co. Westmeath) Geoghegan or MacGuigan Geraghty or Macgeraghty Gervais (Tyrone) Gethin (Cork and Sligo) Gibbings (Cork) Gibbons (Athlone) Gibbs (Cork) Gibney or O'Gibney Gilbert (Queen`s co) Gilfoyle or MacGilfoyle Gillicuddy or MacGillicuddy Gilligan or MacGilligan Gillman (Cork) Gilmartin Gilroy or McElroy Ginkell (Earl of Athlone) Gisborne Glascott (Wexford) Glennon (Mayo) Godfrey (Kerry) Godley (Leitrim) Goff (Wexford) Going (Tipperary) Goodwin (1698) Goodwing (Dublin) Goold (Cork) Gore (Donegal) Gorman or O'Gorman Gormley or O'Gormley Gough Gould Goulding Gower Grace (Barons of Courtstown) Gradwell (Meath) Grady or O'Grady Graham ( Fermanagh) Grainger (Waterford) Grant (Down) Grattan (Fermanagh) Grave Graves (Baron Graves) Gravett (Antrim) Greene (Kilmanahan Castle) Greer (Tyrone) Gregory Grehan Grey or Gray Griffin (Wicklow) Griffith (Londonderry) Grogan (Wexford) Grove (Donegal) Grumley Grymes (knighted at Dublin Castle) Guiness or McGenis Guinness (Dublin) Gun (Tipperary)


Hackett (Tipperary) Haffey (Armagh) Hagan or O'Hagan Haire ( Fermanagh) Haliday (Antrim) Hall (Down) Halloran or O'Halloran Haltridge (Down) Haly (Cork) Hambley Hamill Hamilton (Earl of Clanbrassil) Handcock (Westmeath) Hanecroft (1646) Hanger Hanley or O'Hanley Hanlon or O'Hanlon Hanney or O'Hanna Hanraghan or O'Hanraghan Hanratty or Hanraghty (Monaghan) Hansard (Donegal) Hara or O'Hara (Sligo) Harding Hardinge (Dublin) Hardy (Dublin) Hare or O'Hare (MacGarry) Harrison Harrold (Limerick) Hart or O'Hart Hartigan or O'Hartagan Harvey (Wexford) Haslam Haslett (Londonderry) Hassard (Fermanagh) Hatch (Louth) Hatfield (Lord Mayor of Dublin) Hatton (Wexford) Haugh or Hough Hawkins (Wexford) Hay (Wexford) Hayes or O'Hea (Donegal) Healey Heatley (Waterford) Heaton (King`s co.) Hefferman or Heffernan Hegarty or O'Hegarty Helsham (Kilkenny) Hemphill (Tipperary) Hendrick (Dublin) Henn (Clare) Hennessy or O'Hennessy Henry (Galway) Hepenstal ( Longford) Herbert (Cork) Heron or O'Heron Hervey (Wexford) Hethrington Heward (1617) Heweston (Kilkenny) Hewitt (Viscount Lifford) Heyland (Derry and Antrim) Heyne or O'Heyne Hickey or O'Hickey Higgin or O'Higgin Hoey (Wicklow) Hogan (Reg. Ulster`s Office) Horan or O'Horan Hugh or MacHugh Hughes (Wexford) Hunt Hurly or Herlihy (Kerry) Hussey or O'Hoey (Meath) Hyde (Cork)


Ireton Irvine (Fermanagh) Jackson (Mayo) Jalabert (Dublin) James (Lord Mayor of Dublin,) Jameson (Galway) Janns or Janes Jeffcott Jervis (Wexford) Jessop (Longford) Jocelyn (Earl of Roden) Johnson (Cork) Johnston (Down) Jones (Drogheda) Joyce (Galway) Joyner (1607) Joynt (Mayo) Judge (Meath) Kavanagh (Carlow) Keane (Waterford) Keane or O'Cahan (Londonderry) Kearney (Kilkenny) Keating (Wexford) Keeffe or O'Keeffe Keenan or Kinahan Keevan or O'Keevan Kellett (Cork) Kelly or O'Kelly Kenna or Mackenna (Monaghan) Kennedy (Londonderry) Kennedy or O'Kennedy Kenney (Galway) Keogh (Carlow) Keown or MacKeown Ker (Down) Kerrigan Keyes (Donegal) Kieran or O'Kieran Kiernan Kighley Killikelly (Galway) Kinane or O'Kinane Kinch Kindahl (Dublin) Kindelan (Meath) Kinealy or O'Kinealy (Limerick) King (Earl of Kingston) Kingdon Kinghan (Antrim) Kingsbury Kingsmill (Galway) Kingston (Longford) Kinley or McKinley Kinneally or O'Kinnealy Kirby Kirkhoven (Earl of Bellomont) Kirkwood (Roscommon) Kirwan or O'Kirwan Knight (Leitrim) Knox (Earl of Ranfurly) Kramer Kyan (Wicklow) Kyle (Cork)


La Touche (Kildare) Lacy or De Lacy (Limerick) Lally or Mullally (Galway) Lalor (Tipperary) Lamb (Wicklow) Lambert (Castle Lambert) Lamphier (Tipperary) Lane (Roscommon) Langan or O'Langan Langford (Londonderry) Langley (Tipperary) Langrishe ( Kilkenny) Langton (Kilkenny) Lattin (1763) Lawder (Leitrim) Lawless Lawrence (Galway) Le Strange Leader (Cork) Leahy (Cork) Leary or O'Leary Lecky (Down and Derry) Lee or O'Lee (Kerry) Leech (Cork) Lees (Blackrock, co. Dublin) Leeson (Earl of Milltown) Lefroy (Longford) Legg Leigh (Kilbride) Lendrum (Fermanagh) Lenigan or Lanigan (Tipperary) Lenihan (Limerick) Lennon (Reg. Ulster`s Office) Lentaigne (Dublin) Leslie (Monaghan) Levinge (Westmeath) Lewin (Mayo) Lewis (Monaghan) Lighton (Dublin) Lincolne (Dublin) Lindsey (Mayo) Litton (Tyrone) Locke (Kildare) Loftus (Viscount Lisburne) Lonergan or O'Lonergan Longe (Wexford) Longfield ( Meath) Lord (Cork) Loughlin or O'Loughlin Low (Limerick) Lowry or Lavery (Carlisle) Lucas (Monaghan) Luker (Tipperary) Luscombe (Dublin) Luttrell (Luttrellstown) Lynch (Galway) Lyndon (Antrim) Lyons (Belfast) Lysaght or MacLysaght Lyster (Roscommon)


Madden or O'Madden Madock (Reg. Ulster`s Office) Magan (Westmeath) Magill (Down) Maginn or O'Fynn Maher (Wexford) Mahon (Galway) Mahony or O'Mahony Major (Wicklow) Malley or O'Malley (Mayo) Malone or O'Malone (Westmeath) Malpas (Dublin) Manders (Dublin) Mangan Manley Mann (Tyrone) Mansfield (Waterford) Margetson (Dublin and Armagh) Markham (1644) Marlay (Westmeath) Marrow (1656) Marsh (Queen`s co.) Marshall (Cork) Martin (Galway) Mason Massam Massy (1648) Mather (Armagh) Matthew Maturin Maude or Maude Maule Maunsell (Limerick) Maxwell (Lord Farnham) May (Waterford) Maynard (Longford) Meade (Cork) Meagher or O'Meagher (Tipperary) Meara or O'Meara (Tipperary) Meecham or Meacham (Westmeath) Meehan or O'Meighan Meldon or Muldoon Mellor (1684) Meredith (Sligo) Merry (Waterford) Meyler (Wexford) Middleton (granted by Carney) Mill (Dublin) Miller (Clare) Millerd (Cork) Milley (Carlow) Milward (Wexford) Minchin (Tipperary) Minnitt (Tipperary) Mitchell (Cork) Molony or O'Mullowney Monaghan or O'Monaghan Montgomery (Donegal) Moore or O'More (Kildare) Moran or O'Moran (Leinster) Moran or O'Moran (Leitrim) Morgan (1680) Moriarty or Murtaugh Morley Moroney or O'Moroney Morris (Wexford) Morrison (King`s co) Morrissey Morrogh ( Limerick) Mulholland (Down) Mullan or O'Mullan Mulledy (Meath) Mulligan or O'Mulligan Mullins (Kerry) Mulloy or O'Molloy Mulock (King`s co) Mulroney or Rooney Mulvaney or Mulvany Mulvey Mulvihill or O'Mulvihill Murphy or O'Morchoe (Wexford) Murray (Donegal) Muschamp (Cork) Myers (Dublin)


 MacAdam (Clare) MacAlpine (temp. James I) MaCartney (Belfast) MacAuliffe MacAwley OR Magawley MacCabe MacCann or MacCan (Armagh) MacCartan or MacCartain MacCarthy (Earl of Clancarty) MacCarthy MacCausland (Londonderry) MacClelland MacClintock (Baron Rathdonnell) MacCloskie or McCloskey MacCoghlan (1629) MacCormick or McCormick MacCurtin or McCurten MacDermot (t) (Roscommon) MacDonnell (Connaught) MacDonnell (of the Glens) MacDonogh (Sligo) MacDowell (Reg. Ulster`s Office) MacEvoy (Meath) MacGeough (Armagh) MacGillikelly MacGowan or McGouan MacGuire or Maguire (Fermanagh) MacInerney MacKenny (Dublin) Mackesy (Kilkenny) Mackey (Dublin) MacKinley or Kenley MacLaughlin (Reg. Ulster`s Office) MacMahon (Oriel) MacMahon (Thomond) MacManus (Fermanagh) MacMaster or Masterson MacMillan MacMurray (Limerick) MacMurrogh (Carlow and Wexford) MacNaghten (Antrim and Armagh) MacNally MacNamara (Clare) MacNeil (Reg. Ulster`s Office) MacNeill (Dublin) MacNevins MacNulty MacQuay (Dublin) MacQuillan MacRanell or Reynolds (Leitrim) MacRath (Mayo) MacRery or MacRory MacShanly (Roscommon) MacSheehy or Sheehy MacSweeney (Duagh, co. Donegal) MacSweeney or Sweeney (Donegal) MacTiernan or Tiernan MacVais MacVeagh or MacFingah (Armagh)


Nagle (Cork) Naish or Nash (Limerick) Naper or Napier (1676) Nearn (Reg. Ulster`s Office) Needham (Earl of Kilmorey) Neill or O'Neill (Antrim) Neill or O'Neill (Down) Neill or O'Neill (Upper Clanboys) Nettles (Cork and Waterford) Neville ( Kilkenny) Newcombe (Reg. Ulster`s Office) Newcomen (Dublin) Newman (1651) Newport (Kilkenny) Newsam (1647) Newton (Carlow) Neylan or O'Neylan Nicholson (Londonderry) Nickson (Wicklow) Nihell or Neil Nixon (Fermanagh) Noble ( Meath) Nolan (Galway) Norman (Louth) Norreys or Norris Nugent (Earl of Westmeath) Nunne or O'Noone O'Naghten Odell (Waterford) Ogilby (Londonderry) Oglethorpe (Knight-1608) Oliver (Limerick) Orme (Mayo) Ormsby (Mayo) Orpen (Kerry) Orr (Belfast) Osborne (Tipperary) Otway (Tipperary) Owens (Antrim)


Pack (Dean of Ossory) Paisley (KIldare) Pakenham (Earl of Longford) Palles (Cavan) Palmer (King`s co) Panting (1600) Paradis (Huguenot settlers) Parke (Sligo and Leitrim) Parnell (Sir Henry) Parsons (Viscount and Earl of Rosse) Pate (1643) Paul (Carlow) Pearse (Tipperary) Peer (Cork) Pendleton (Louth) Pendred (Carlow and Wicklow) Penn (Cork) Pennefather (Tipperary) Penrose (Mayor of Cork) Penteny (Meath and Louth) Peppard (Limerick) Pepper (Meath) Perceval (Earl of Egmont) Percy (King`s co) Perkins (Donegal) Perrier (Cork) Pery (Earl of Limerick) Peters (1704) Pettit (Meath) Phelan or O'Phelan Piers (Westmeath) Pigot (Baron Pigot) Pike (Mayo) Pitt (Earl of Londonderry) Plomer Plunkett (Earl of Fingall) Podmore (1683) Pollard (Westmeath) Pomeroy (Viscount Harberton) Ponsonby (Earl of Bessborough) Poole (Knighted at Dublin Castle, 1603) Pooler (Armagh) Pooly (Dublin, 1599) Porter (Reg. Ulster`s Office) Powell (Cork) Power (Galway) Poyntz (Armagh) Pratt (Cork) Prendergast (Tipperary) Preston (Viscount Gormanston) Price (1686) Pringle (Tyrone) Prior (ranted by Betham, Ulster) Prittie (Tipperary) Proby (Earl of Carysfort) Proudfoot (Meath) Purcell (Baron of Loughmoe) Purdon (Clare) Purefoy (Tipperary) Puxley (Cork) Pyne (Lord Chief Justice of Ireland)


Quelch (Reg. Ulsters Office) Quigley (Donegal) Quinan (Dublin) Quinlan (or O'Quinlevan) Quinn or O'Quin (Thomond) Rafferty or O'Rafferty Ralphson (1674) Ram (Wexford) Ramsden (Kerry) Raughter (Kilkenny) Rawdon (Earl of Moira) Rawlins Rawlyn (1658) Rawson (Limerick and Wicklow) Raynford (1690) Read (Down) Reader (1665) Reardon or O'Riordan (Cork) Redington (Galway) Redmond or Redman (Wexford) Reeves (Clare) Regan or O'Regan Reid (Down) Reilly or O'Reilly (Queen`s co) Reynell (Westmeath) Riall (Dublin) Ribton (Dublin) Rice (Kerry) Rich (1647) Richards (1626) Richardson (Tyrone) Riley (Cavan) Ring or O'Ring Riversdale (Cork) Roberts (Cork) Robinson (Louth) Robison (Dublin) Roche (Viscount Fermoy) Rochfort (Meath) Rock (Dublin) Rodon or O'Rodden (Westmeath) Roe (Dublin) Rogers (Cork) Ronan (Limerick) Ronayne (Waterford) Roney or O'Rooney Roper (Viscount Baltinglass) Rosborough (Fermanagh) Rose (Reg. Ulster`s Office) Ross (1681) Rossiter (Wexford) Rothe (Kilkenny) Rotheram (Knighted at Drogheda ) Rourke or O'Rourke Rowan (Antrim) Rowe (Knighted at Dublin Castle) Rowley (Baron Langford) Royse (Limerick) Rush or O'Rush Russell ( 1619) Ruswell Ruttledge (Mayo) Ruxton (Louth) Ryan or O'Mulrian Ryder


Sadleir (Tipperary) Salle (Tipperary) Salmon Samuels (Dublin and Cork) Sanders (Cork) Sanderson (Cavan) Sandford (Baron Mount-Sandford) Sands (Kildare) Sarsfield (Viscount Kilmallock) Saunders (Wexford) Saurin (Attorney-General for Ireland) Savage (Down) Scanlan or O'Scanlan Scott (Earl of Cromwell) Segrave (Meath) Seward (Cork) Sexton (1631) Seymour (Limerick) Shane ( Knighted in Christ`s Church) Shanly (Leitrim) Shannon Sharkey (Dublin) Sharpe Shaughnessy or O'Shaughnessy Shaw (Tyrone) Shea or O'Shea or Shee (Kerry) Sheaffe (Clare) Shearman (Kilkenny) Sheehan or O'Sheehan Sheil or O'Sheil or Sheill Sheilds ( Meath) Sheridan or O'Sheridan Sherland (Down) Sherlock (Kildare and Waterford) Shore (Baron Teignmouth) Shortall (Dublin and Kilkenny) Siborne (Dublin) Singleton (Meath) Sisson or Sison Slacke (Down) Slade Slator (Meath) Slattery or O'Slattery Sloane Somerville (Cork) Sommer (Dublin) Southwell (Viscount Southwell) Stafford (Wexford) Sullivan (Sullivan-Beare) Sullivan or O'Sullivan Sutton (Wexford) Swift Sydney (Knighted by Sir George Cary) Sylver (Cork) Synge ( King`s co) Synnott (Meath)


Taaffe (Louth and Sligo) Tabuteau (Tullamore) Tait ( Limerick) Talbot (Dublin 1610) Talbot (Earl of Shrewsbury) Tallis (1644) Tanner (Bishop of Derry) Tarpey (Dublin) Tate ( Drogheda) Taylor (Meath) Taylour (Marquess of Headfort) Thacker (1644) Thompson (1645) Thornhill (Cork) Thornton (Cavan) Thunder (Meath) Tichborne (Baron Ferrard) Tickell (Reg. Ulster`s Office) Tierney or O'Tierney Tilson (1697 Dublin) Tipping (Louth) Tisdall (Meath) Tobin (Tipperary) Tod (Reg. Ulster`s Office) Tonson (Cork) Toole or O'Toole (Kildare) Toomey or 'Towmey Tottenham (Wexford) Touchet (Earl of Castlehaven) Towers (Meath) Townsend (Cork) Trant (Queen`s co) Travers (1647) Trayle or Traill (Antrim) Trehy or Troy Trench (Earl of Clancarty) Trotter (Galway) Trydell (Cork) Tucker (Dublin) Tuite Tully (MacAtilla) Turell (Wicklow) Turner (Dublin) Turnour (Earl Winterton) Tyler (Derry) Tynte (Leitrim) Tyrrell (Westmeath) Tyrry (Cork) Underwood (Duchess of Inverness) Uniacke (confirmed by Betham, Ulster) Upton (Louth) Usher (Waterford) Vance (Tyrone) Vandeleur (Clare) Vane (Viscount Vane) Vaughan (Earl of Lisburne0 venables or Venable Verner (Armagh) Vernon (Dublin) Vesey (Viscount De Vesci) Vian (1597) Vigors (Carlow) Villiers (Earl of Grandison) Vyne (Reg


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