Hi Vi... I wouldn't be researching Reivers as such but was just thinking that a list
might have been made of those who went to Roscommon.
Having been planted they probably weren't given lands elsewhere as transplantees (new
word for dictionary!!).
As you know I'm doing the Swan(n)s and one can find Edward portioning out land from
the 1000's of acres from Clones Monastery which covers part of
Fermanagh... some examples in Clogher Reg but the documents are in Essex.
Parliamentry Papers wouldn't give a list of names as far as I know.
If the Roscommon lot were granted land and walked away it would be interesting if one
could track relatives back to the granted land.... who legally
owns it now??
I can see across Roscommon all the way to Ben Bulbin in Sligo so just wondering where in
Roscommon they were planted
Re: FERMANAGH-GOLD Re;Catherine Graham, wife of Kinmont Willie Armstrong.
/Date:/ Tue, 31 Dec 2013 16:07:20 -0000
Vynette and Dave
I think there should be recordings , perhaps in Kew amongst Parliamentary
Also might be recorded in Carlisle Parish Chest.
As an interested party [Cros(Z)ier I'll see what I can find.
Earliest record of CROZIER I Have is a record of a John Ceozier being
granted lands in Antrim. John had two sone James and John. James moved to Co
Down and John to Fermanagh. The first mention of John in Fermanagh is with
Hume in his muster rolls.
With the three of us digging we might find the bones.
Happy New Year!!
Hope 2014 brings success to everyone