||Letters Patent granting lands in the Barony of Lurg, Co. Fermanagh, to John Archdale, 1612
||Government / Church records
||13 July 1612
|Lurg, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. Letters Patent granting lands in the Barony of Lurg, Co. Fermanagh, to John Archdale, 1612. (13 July 1612).|
The small proportion of Tallanagh, containing the lands of Coilenure, half-quarter or two tates, viz. Coilenure and Knockakasy ; the half-quarter of Tallanagh, being two tales, viz. Tallanagh and Carrauny ; the half-quarter of Coulcoppocky, being two tates, viz. Coulcoppocky and Dromscoole ; the half-quarter of Dromadderdanagh, two tates, viz. Dromadderdanagh and Dromdronyne ; the quarter of Coylaghmore, being four tales, viz. Coylaghmore, two tates, and Dollypatrick, two tates ; the half-quarter of Coylaghbegg, two tates, viz. Coylaghbegg and Lisharra ; Etadd, one tate ; the island of Crewinshaghy in Lougherne, being one tate ; 1000 acres. The parcel of land of Derryroine, being one part of Etadd, and containing 60 acres, is excepted from this grant, for glebe lands. Free fishing in Lougherne. The premises are created the Manor of Archdale, with 300 acres in demesne; power to create tenures, and to hold a Court Baron. Rent, £5 6s 8d, English. To hold for ever, as of the Castle of Dublin, in common soccage, subject to the conditions of the Plantation of Ulster.