I'm really pleased that you found a Glassmullagh in Cleenish parish as
that puts the Bowles of Glassmullagh right beside the ones at Drumaran
Finding all the other Glassmullaghs didn't help as much though. :-)
That still leaves some doubt but one in Cleenish is the most hopeful
based on previous findings.
You ask which Landlord was the poll book for. Can you tell from the
PRONI Freeholders reference? The detail for Thomas Bowles of
Glassmullagh just has a blank for Name Of Landlord. It doesn't look
like they recorded the landlords names in 1747.
Date: Sun, 28 Sep 2008 04:50:29 +0100
From: "Viola Wiggins" <viola.wiggins(a)tesco.net>
Subject: Re: FER-GOLD Glassmullagh
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which Landlord was the poll book for?
Because apart from the previously listed location, there are also
GLASMULLAGH [ Green hill-top] townlands in: Derryvullan Parish,
Castlecoole Dist, OS ref 27, Drumkeeran Parish, Lack Dist, OS ref 2 & 6,
Kinawley Parish, Crum Dist, OS ref 42, Magheraculmoney Parish, Ederny
Dist, OS ref 6 According to Philip's Street Atlas of CoTyrone and Co
Fermanagh there are also Glassmullagh townlands near Dungannon and Omagh
in County Tyrone. Very confusing! Viola
He will have been on someone's list of servants, agents, muster or lessors
hold land leased from ?. If you search for estate papers for Cleenish or
Glassmullagh there may be a mention of him in a will or agreement. Those
papers would be in Dublin or Belfast Public records office under "Private
Estate papers deposited".or something similar.
I am in the process of trying to compile a database of
townlands/parish/PRONI ref number for Fermanagh. It will take monthe with me
one finger technique, but it will be invaluable in pinpointing townlands
alphabetically.with their parish and OS map Ref based on the Griffiths
valuation Maps. at proni.