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Published by Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland] in [Dublin .
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Subjects:

  • Ridelesford, Walter de -- Homes and haunts -- Ireland -- Leinster.,
  • Pembroke, Richard de Clare, -- Earl of, -- 1135?-1176.,
  • Land grants -- Ireland -- Leinster.,
  • Ireland -- History -- 1172-1603.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesJournal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland.
Statementby Liam Price.
ContributionsMoody, T. W. 1907-1984 former owner.
The Physical Object
Paginationp. [72]-77 :
Number of Pages77
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21173172M

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the journal of the royal society of antiquaries of ireland volume lxxxiv   Walter de Riddlesford (ca. - ) was an Anglo-Norman lord granted in Ireland the baronies of Bray, County Wicklow and Kilkea, County Kildare between and De Riddlesford was born in Carriebenan, Kildare, Ireland.   M. Murphy and M. Potterton, The Dublin Region in the Middle Ages, Dublin, , 78; L. Price, The grant to Walter de Ridelesford of Brien and the land of the sons of Turchil, Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 84 () 72–77; L. Simpson, Anglo-Norman settlement in Uí Briúin Cualann, –, in: K. Hannigan and W Cited by: 1. Book of Leinster and text, p. 9). 2 Wars of the Gaedhil with the Gaill, p. 3 Maolin og Mac Bruidin, (Annals Four Masters), having succeeded his brother as historian in the former year. See also Trans. Iberno Celtic Soc, , vol. i, p. Teige and Dermod Mac Brody witness Mahon MacGorman's grant .

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THE following is the Stem of this family, from Cormac Cas, who was the ancestor of O'Briain of Thomond (anglicised O'Brien, Bernard, Brien, Bryan, and Bryant), and a younger brother of Owen Mór, who is No. 85 on the "Line of Heber;" down to Henry O'Brien, the eighth Earl of Thomond, who d. in Cormac Cas: second son of Olioll Olum, King of Munster, by his wife Sabh or Sabina. De Riddlesford was born in Carriebenan, Kildare, Ireland. He married a daughter of Henry fitz Henry named Amabilis Fitzhenry.. He built a motte and bailey fortress on the site of what is now Kilkea Castle in County Kildare in He died in and was succeeded by his son Walter. His granddaughter, Emmeline, married Hugh de Lacy, 1st Earl of Ulster (as his second wife) and, then, Stephen. TURLOGH MAOL, second son of Murtagh, who is No. on the "O'Brien" (Kings of Thomond) pedigree, was the ancestor of "O'Brien" of Bun-Cumeragh, in the county O'Briens of Ballyetragh are a branch of that family. Several other branches of the O'Briens of Thomond settled from time to time in the county Waterford, and there held large tracts of land. Search Now View more historical records for Walter De Riddlesford. Surname meaning for De Riddlesford. Historically, surnames evolved as a way to sort people into groups - by occupation, place of origin, clan affiliation, patronage, parentage, adoption, and even physical characteristics (like red hair). Many of the modern surnames in the.