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42

Same

Phillip Gibbons and Nancy Gill

 

 

43

same

Michael Doherty

 

 

44

same

Pat Devlin rep. Mary Devlin

 

 

46

same

Owen Gill

 

 

 

same

Ned Ruddy

 

 

47

same

Thomas Gill

 

 

48

same

Nancy Doherty

 

 

49

same

Hannah Doherty

 

 

57

same

Widow Meggey McLaughlin

 

 

72

same

Widow Catherine McLaughlin

 

 

73

Ernest Cochrane of Redcastle

James Gallagher jun.

 

 

74

same

Mary Doherty

 

 

75

Capt Cochrane

Catherine Gill

 

 

76

same

John Gill

 

 

77

same

Roger Gill

 

 

78

same

William Doherty representing Ann Doherty

 

 

79

same

James Doherty

 

 

80

same

John Gill

 

 

81

same

Henry Doherty

 

 

82

Ernest Cochrane

Mary Doherty

 

 

83

same

Mary Doherty

 

 

92

same

George Duffy

 

 

93

same

Pat Doherty

 

 

94

same

Pat Doherty

 

 

95

Captain Cochrane

James McGonigle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Author???s note:

 

If the landlord???s application for eviction was upheld by the court the tenant could expect eviction within one to two weeks,his land reclaimed and his cottage pulled down and reduced to rubble. Note the month of the hearing is November

The landlords picked the winter months to evict as any crop growing in the field was still regarded as the tenant???s own property. No crops grew in the winter months.

All the intended evictions listed above were for farms and cottages in the district of the town of Carndonagh.

 

Captain(sometimes Admiral) Cochrane and Ernest Cochrane resided in Redcastle House,

Quigley???s Point ,County Donegal.where they had a small estate.

 

The house is now the Redcastle Hotel.

 

 

 

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