DONEGAL, ULSTER, IRELAND
Lands Grants in the Barony of Raphoe, County Donegal, 1608.From Hill's "Plantation of Ulster"
Archibald Adair was Dean of Raphoe, m. Jean Houston.
Barony de Rapho
The Deane of Rapho, his churchlands being 300 acres,
his men and armes.
ffynlay mcClentock, Thomas mcKeag,
Dunkan Cambell, John Braggat
Swords onely : William ffargison
Sword and Snaphance : John Taylor, William Wallace
William Steward / Stewart, Esqr., Laird of Dunduff,
(bro of Robert of Barclye & uncle of Mrs Houston ?)
undertaker of 1,000 acres,his men and armes.
Seems to be 61 men listed below,
Archbald Thomson, Andrew Thompson, Robert Alexander,
John mcKey, David Kenedye, Patrick Baruzathyn,
Anthony Steward, John Steward, Archbald Steward,
John Browne, Andrew Browne,
Edward Roger, John Moore, John mcCullagh,
John Moire, Patrick Conningham,
John Allyson, John Smeally
John Davidson, Archbald mcEmmory,
Roary mcCleane, Patrick Thomson,
Donnell Or / Orr, Mungo David,
John Cambell, John mcLynienie,
Archbald Hourd, James mcKee,
Anthony Kenedy, George Steward,
John Cambell, Hugh Gamill
Swords and Pikes
Robert Thomson, John ffife
Swords and Muskets
James Squire, John Conningham,
Steaphen Marshell, John Smyth,
Michaell Smith, Michaell mcCleary,
Donnell Cambell, Archbald Bredene
Swords and Snaphances
John Kelly, Humphrey Cooke,
William Wan, ffynley mcKirdly,
Alexander mcClaney, John Conningham, John mcffay,
Donnell mcNevin alias McNit (McKnight ?),
John mcKee younger, John mcWalker,
James mcKergour, David Kenedy,
Alexander mcWilliam, Patrick Steward,
Donnell mcCarslaire, James Kenellye,
Nevin or McNevin family may have been
connected to Adair family through the
Edmonstone family in the early 1600s.
McNevin may have gone to Glasgow University c.1589
with Rev. Archibald Adair who m. Jean Houston.