Proceedings at the High Court of Justice at Dublin and Cork 1652–1654 for Trying Irish Catholics Arising from Rising of 1641.  Mentioned Belgooly, Bandon, Garretstown, Included :  ‘Triall.Jo. Long. Philip Barry oge Ja: Roch. Rich. Roch. not here.David oge Reagh. Catherine Dolbier at Belgooly .  Pierse Gogan. saved by him. Co. Corke Gerot Nugent. Laghlyn o Line. Philip Roch. Ric. Barry. Jo. Roch. Mollifont for murdering Pascha Trudgeon’ 54. Jo. Long. – Guilty.55. Philip oge Barry. – Not Guilty.56. James Roch. – Not Guilty.57. David oge Reagh – Not Guilty.58. Philip Roch – Not Guilty.59. Rich. Roch. – Not Guilty.60. Laughlin Ô Line. – Not Guilty.61. W. Mellifont. – Not Guilty.62. Pierse Gogin – Not Guilty63. Rich. Barry – Not Guilty.64. Gerot Nugent – Not Guilty.65. Jo. Roch. – Not Guilty.  Trial of Charles MacCarthy Reagh, Dermot McNecrimineh and John Burrows; Trial of Lieutenant Colonel Bourke; Trial of Dr Hely; Trial of John Barry

The Mellifonts later 18th century conformed to the Church of Ireland and were Magistrates, Middle men and  property owners in Grafton Street, in Dublin.
1718, 1735, 1741, 1742, Dead 1778 Gilbert Mellifont 1718 Official for Oaths Excequer Court Various Deeds. 1741 Other names Savage Grench, Richard Edward Hall Skibbereen as are Richard Tonson, William Watts Memorial 75383 Extended family also in Donemark and probably in Carriganass Castle Bantry One of Mellefonts charged i High Court Cork 1650s for Treason for part in 1641 Rising later converted Originally Gaelic Reparees from around Ballingeary intermarried with Bantry Galweys

 

 

 
Proceedings at the High Court of Justice at Dublin and Cork 1652–1654 [part 2, with index]
Courtesy, Jennifer Wells

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Proceedings at the High Court of Justice at Dublin and Cork 1652–1654