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Bellew, Loughnanstown, Edoxtown and Rathfeigh

Landed estates court rental in the matter of the esate in Co. Meath and the city of Dublin of Isabella Maria Domville (owner and petitioner) and continued in the name of Isabella Maria Malton, wife of James Charles Abernethy Malton. The lands and premises concerned are: Bellew, Loughanstown, Edoxtown and Rathfeigh, with sub-denominations called Woodland, Poulbrock, Doreagh, Boherclauber and Skerrahill, Slanestown, Irishown, Waterside and Tymoole and part of Tymoole known on the OS as part of Gaulstown, situate in the barony of Skreen, Co. Meath; and Bride street and west side of Peter's Row and Whitefriar Street, situate in the parishes of St Bride and St Pete, City of Dublin. Also included are lands at Kilmainham, Golden Bridge and Dolphin's Bran, barony of Upper Cross, Co. Dublin.

OCL P136 Page 42

All captioned as 'Springfield', most likely Springfield House, Ballybetagh, south County Dublin.

  1. [Untitled. Springfield House, exterior]
  2. [Untitled. Springfield House, front steps and portico, three people.]
  3. Untitled. Springfield House, landscape]
  4. [Untitled. Springfield House, tennis party with mixed doubles on court, and several seated on adjacent grass slope.]

OCL P136 Page 78

[Silesia tour, Leinster Regiment?]

  1. [Untitled. Officer in winter overcoat standing in the snow beside frozen water hydrant]

[On leave in Ireland]

  1. 'Paddy-go-Airy'
  2. 'Joan, Sophie'
  3. [Untitled. FitzSimon with Sophie on front steps of house[?]]

Rathbeg, Killonegan and Kilkeeran

Landed estates court rental and particulars of head and profit rents payable out of houses and premises situate in Lower Dominick Street, Great Britain Street, Dorset Street and Upper Mecklenburgh Stteet, in the city of Dublin, and out of the lands of Rathbeg, Kilonegan, Kilkeeran, part of Rathmore and Foreloghs, situate in the barony of Clonlisk, King's County.

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