Lombard Family Papers, 1355-1912.
Contains family and estate papers of the Lombard family of Lombardstown, Co. Cork. The Lombards held land in Cork from the fourteenth century but the Lombardstown estate was mainly purchased by James Lombard [d.1652] ca. 1620. The estate contained lands in Gortmolire, Lackandarragh, Brittas, Glantane, Curragraigue, Lackaroe, Ballyfinn, Shanakill and Donore. The family also had substantial holdings in Cork city. The estate papers comprise a large collection of deeds including conveyances, mortgages and leases, as well as a series of rentals and estate accounts. There are a small number of maps and surveys. Amongst these deeds are property transactions for many other prominent Cork families including the Tyrry, Goold, Lavallin, Skiddy, Coppinger, Water, Miaghe [Meade] and Barrett families. The Lombard family papers contain marriage settlements, wills, legal and financial papers as well as a small collection of correspondence.
|Main Creator:||Lombard family|
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Related Materials: See Ainsworth, J.F. , National Library Report on Private Collections, No.46. and No.279.
Related Materials: For related materials see NLI MS 5,909-5,910.
Physical description: 23 boxes.
|Contained in:||Lombard Family Papers (1355- 1912)|
I. Estate Papers II. Family Papers
II.iv.10.a. Miscellaneous legal papers,
1521-1572.View more information ...
|In Collection:||Lombard Family Papers (1355- 1912)|
Contains power of attorney granted by Walter Blake to Sir Richard Blake (1521)as well as an agreement between Andrew Skiddy and William Verdon to determine a dispute between them over boundaries of premises in Cork city, (1566). Also contains proceedings held at Cork, before the Lord President and council of Munster in a suit between Stephen Skiddmore als. Skiddy and Richard Skiddy for a messuage in Cork city.
3 items, 3 folders.
|Call Number:||MS 49,545/90 (Manuscripts Reading Room)|
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