Ulster Ancestry - Ancestral and Family Research in Northern Ireland
Ulster Ancestry - Ancestral and Family Research in Northern Ireland
Genealogy Research Services from Ulster AncestryFree Genealogy Information, Content and free pages Probate and Living Heirs research service - Ulster Ancestry Search this site
Click here to Subscribe to the Free Ulster Ancestry Newsletter ... Search this site Document Retrieval Service Frequent Questions about Ulster Ancestry and our Genealogy Services
Visit the Ulster Ancestry On-Line Forum and Message Boards( Registration Required - - xxx FREE xxx ) ....An Article written for Ulster Ancestry which describes the Ulster ScotsTownlands of Ulster by CountyContact Ulster Ancestry ...
Ulster Ancestry Free Ancestor Search - Search over 330,000 ancestors and ancestry records. Hire Hunters

Catholic Qualification Rolls Index


County Monaghan c 1778

 

A Catholic in penal times was presumed guilty of disloyalty to the authorities unless he could prove himself innocent. To avail of the provisions of the Catholic Relief Acts, from 1778 he had to take an oath of loyalty at the assizes in the county town. The names were then registered in the Catholic Qualification Rolls according to surname, Christian name, occupation, address, date and place of taking the oath. These lists are a valuable addition to local and family history.

The following is from the Clogher Record, published, and transcribed from MS 2486 in the National Library of Ireland, where the author, Rev. P. O. Gallachair, used the microfilm copy of the ms. (Neg. 1898-9; Pos. 1898-9 and also from MS aA.52.77 in the PRO in Dublin. List no. I comes from the NL Manuscript, list II comes from the PRO Dublin. [The do. after the names is ditto. A list for County Fermanagh is also printed in the Clogher Record.]

Barker, James, yarn merchant, Monaghan: 14 April, 1779, Monaghan.

Begg, James, shopkeeper, Monaghan; do. do.

Beggan, Bryan, farmer, Killilong; 20 Sept. 1782; do.

Brady, James, yarn merchant, Monaghan; 14 April, 1779; do.

Carrokin (Carrolin?). John, gentm. Carrickmacross; 21 Sept. 1778; Drogheda.

Clinton, Richard, farmer, Maghernacloy; 14 April, 1779; Monaghan

Connollv, Terence, farmer, Magherarney; do. do.

Connolly, John, farmer, Esker; do. do.

Conry, Thmas, grocer, Monaghan; do. do.

Clarke, Thomas, merchant, do. do. do.

Campbell, Patt, glazier, do. do. do.

Caulfield, Jos (?) grazier, Derryname; do. do.

Callan, James, yarn merchant, Monaghan; do. do.

Caulfield, Patrick, yarn merchant, Derenagh; do. do.

Calan, Bernard, Tadenbill (Tadenhill?); 20 Sept. 1782 do.

Casey, Bernard priest, Currin; do, do.

Coyle, Francis, Popish Priest, Monrahy; do. do

Colgan, Thomas, professor of humanity, Clones; do. do.

Duffy, James, apothecary, Ballybay; 11 March 1782; Cavan.

Duffy, Peter, priest, Aughnamullan; 20 Sept. 1782 Monaghan.

Duffy, Edward, priest, Clones; do. do

Enraught, Robert, hatter, Monaghan; 14 April 1779; do.

Geoghegan, Roger, merchant, Castletown Co. Mon. 11 March 1782; Cavan

Garlin, James, cardwinder, Eamyvale; 14 April, 1779; Monaghan

Garland, Robert, slator, Monaghan; do. do.

Hughes, Terence, innkeeper, Monaghan; do. do.

Hughes, William, weaver, Corlath; do. do.

Hughes, Peter, shopkeeper, Monaghan; do. do

Joyce, John, steward, Glaslough; do. do

Kerr, Bartly, shoemaker, Monaghan, do. do.

Keating, William, farmer, Toligast; 20 Sept. 1782; do.

Keating, James, smith, Tulilost; do, do.

Loughran, John, butcher, Carrickmacross; 14 Apr 1779; do.

Lamb, Terence, innkeeper, Knockboy; do. do.

Lumesby, James, labourer, Monaghan; do. do.

McDonald, Bernard, linen draper, Templetate; 14 Dec. 1778 Chancery.

McKenna, William, gentm. Wi1lvi11e, Co. Mon. 14 Apri1, 1779; do.

McKenna, James, disti1ler, Brook, Co. Mon. do. do.

Moynagh, Francis, tay1or, Monaghan; do. do.

McEntee, James, merchant, do. do. do.

Mohan, Arthur, labourer, Corlath; do. do.

McEntee, Peter, shopkeeper, Monaghan; do. do.

McArd1e, Patrick, whee1wright, Monaghan, do, do.

Murphy, Laurence, farmer, Aughaboy; do. do.

McCarney, Patrick, innkeeper, Monaghan; do, do.

McMahon, Barnaby, shopkpr. do. do. do.

Magennety, Michae1, dea1er, Doohamlet; do, do,

McKenna, Hugh, dealer, Monaghan; do,

May, Wil1iam, carpenter, do. do. do.

McKenna, Owen, farmer, Kilmore do. do.

McMahon, Conn, merchant, Monaghan, do. do.

McMahon, Hugh, farmer, Carron; do. do.

McMahon, James, shopkeeper, Monaghan; do. do.

McMahon, Patrick, cooper, Clones; do. do.

McCabe, Alexander, farmer, Annakube (?); do., do.

McCarney, James, writing clerk, Clones; do., do.

McCarney, Thady, distiller, do., do., do.

McDonnell, Hugh, farmer, Aghnagap; do, do.

McGinnis, John, baker, Monaghan; do, do.

Mackey, Hugh, taylor, do, do., do.

McGuire, Joseph, distiller, Clones; do, do.

Malone, Hugh, writing clerk, do., do.

Murray, James, labourer, Aughnaseda; do.

Murray, Francis, weaver, do., do., do.

McKenna, Cormac, butcher, Aghnap; do, do.

Murphy, James, shopkeeper, Monaghan; do, do.

McDonald, John, merchant, Templetate; do, do.

McDonnell, Randall, mercht., Carrickmacross, do, do.

McGrory, Dominick, yarn mcht., Claghnort;, do, do,

Mohan, Barnaby, famer, Mullaghmat; do, do.

Mohan, Francis, do, do, do,

McKenna, John, publican, Glenan; do, do.

McKenna, Patrick, butcher, Monaghan; do. do

McElmeel, Bryan, farmer, Drumleste; do, do.

Murphy, James, priest, Todowatt; 30 Sept 1782; do.

McArdle, James, priest, Clantibritt; do. do.

Mc Gough, Patt, Drumgor; do. do.

McNally, John, merchant, Clones; do. do.

Murphy, James, Kil1i1ong; do. do.

Mullin, Neal, farmer, Drumartigan; 23 Aug. 1786; do.

McArdle, Peter, linen weaver, Anypart; do. do.

Owen, Edward, priest, Killivan; 23 Sept 1782; db.

O'Neil, John, curate, Monaghan, i; do. do.

Plunkett, James, Rocksavage; 6 Oct. 1778; Kilmainham Qr. Ses.

Rei11y, James, printer, Monaghan; 16th March 1779; Cavan.

Rei11y, Thomas, farmer, Bawn; do. do.

Ronaghan, Philip, farmer, Monaghan; 14 April 1779; Monaghan.

Rogers, Francis, merchant, do. do. do.

Rei11y, Hugh, R.C. Bishop of C1ogher, Co. Monaghan; 20 Sept 1782; Monaghan

Sherry, Arthur, farmer, Ki1murry, 24 Nov. 1784 do

Sweeny, George, merchant, Monaghan; 14 Apr 1779

Sweeny, Alexander, farmer, Eriguil; do. do.

II

Black, Edwd, farmer, Corkeeran; 18 March 1793 Monaghan

Commins, Patk, servant, Ship St. Dublin; do. do

Clarke, Edwd. farmer, Corkeeran; do. do

Duffy, Thos. do, Knockavolis; do.do.

Duffey, Pat. do, Castleblayney; do. do.

Meighan, Edwd. Publican, Monaghan; do.do.

Maguire, Denis, yarn mercht. Clones, Co Cavan (sic); 23 April 1795 Enniskillen

Shevlan, Philip, farmer, Cornalough; do. do.

Click Here to Recommend this page to a friend ...


Bookmark Ulster Ancestry - Ancestral Research web site by clicking here - Internet Explorer users only!

Genealogy Research Services from Ulster AncestryClick here to Subscribe to the Free Ulster Ancestry Newsletter ...Visit the Ulster Ancestry On-Line Forum and Message Boards( Registration Required - - FREE Ancestry Forum  ) ....
Free Ancestry & Genealogy Information, Content and free pagesFree Ulster Maps - Provided by Ulster AncestryThe Ulster Ancestry Links Page - On-Line Genealogy Resources and Much More....
Frequent Questions about Ulster Ancestry and our Genealogy ServicesUlster Ancestry Document Retrieval Service Memorial Garden Home Page
An Article written for Ulster Ancestry which describes the Ulster ScotsTownlands of Ulster by CountyContact Ulster Ancestry ...
The Ulster Ancestry Links Page - On-Line Genealogy Resources and Much More.... Search this site Buy Ancestry Gift Certificates - Ulster Ancestry

You are yet another visitor to come to Ulsters Best Genealogy, Ancestry and Family Research Website - Ulster Ancestry You are yet another visitor to come to Ulsters Best Genealogy, Ancestry and Family Research Website - Ulster Ancestry

Ulster Ancestry - Ancestral Research, Family Research Services, Genealogy Reports, Free Ancestral Research Forum and Ancestral Information

All Content is Copyright Ulster Ancestry, Family and Ancestral Research

Design by Shane McDonald