Jones in north Armagh, 1665-1832

1665–1700 – Capt. William Jones of Clanrolla, parish of Seagoe.
☛ See entries for several leases on the Early Jones in north Armagh page for Capt. William Jones of Clanrolla, parish of Shankill; Morgan Jones for part of Lurgantarry, also in Shankill; Roth Jones for a parcel in Derrytagh, parish of Montiaghs; and Mrs. Jones for one half of Ballynamony in the parish of Seagoe.

1693-09-01 – Will of Valentine Jones of Killmacmurrerty [Kilmoriarty], parish of Drumcree, with interests in Hacknehaye [Hacknahay] and Ballydonaghy in the parish of Seagoe.

1731 – The will of John Jones of Drumard, parish of Kilmore. Source: Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (Belfast). PRONI ref. T/700, pg. 255. e-Catalogue entry online at apps.proni.gov.uk.

1742 – The will of Meredith Jones of Drumard, county Armagh, was proved. Source: PRONI ref. T/700, pg. 257. e-Catalogue entry online at apps.proni.gov.uk.

1751-04-17 – Lease demised to Robert Jones, Blacksmyth, in a parcel in Portadown. Source: PRONI ref. D556/136. e-Catalogue online at apps.proni.gov.uk.

1757 – A survey map of Derryanvil, parish of Drumcree, shows the leasehold of Thomas Jones. Source: PRONI ref. D243/5.

1765 – Will of John Jones of Drumard, parish of Kilmore. Source: PRONI ref. T/700, pg. 256. e-Catalogue entry online at apps.proni.gov.uk.

1785-04-10 – Index entry for the will of Robert Jones of Portadown. The document does not survive. Source: PRONI. e-Catalogue entry online at apps.proni.gov.uk.

1808 – The will of Thomas Jones of Derryanvil was proved. Source: PRONI ref. T/700, pg. 258. PRONI. e-Catalogue entry online at apps.proni.gov.uk.

1813 – Thomas Jones and James Jones, registered freeholders in Ballyhamon, parish of Seagoe; landlord, Dean Blacker. Source: PRONI ref. ARM/5/2/4. Index online at apps.proni.gov.uk.

1814 – William Jones (3), freeholders in Drumard Jones; Thomas Jones, freeholder in Mullaletra [Mullaletragh]; Rountree Jones, freeholder in Mulladry; all in the parish of Kilmore. Landlord, William Richardson. Source: PRONI ref. ARM/5/2/4. Index online at apps.proni.gov.uk.

1815 – Index entry for the will of William Jones of Drumard [parish of Kilmore], county Armagh. The document does not survive. Source: PRONI. e-Catalogue entry online at apps.proni.gov.uk.

1816 – Thomas Jones and James Jones, registered freeholders in Ballyhamon, parish of Seagoe; landlord, Dean Blacker. Source: PRONI ref. ARM/5/2/4. Index online at apps.proni.gov.uk.

1817 – John Jones, freeholder in Drumgor, parish of Seagoe; landlord, Miss Sparrow. Source: PRONI ref. ARM/5/2/4. Index online at apps.proni.gov.uk.

1818 – James Jones, registered freeholder in Ballyhamon, parish of Seagoe; landlord, Dean Blacker. Source: PRONI ref. ARM/5/2/4. Index online at apps.proni.gov.uk.

1818 – William Jones, freeholder in Corbrackey, parish of Drumcree. Landlord not stated. Source: PRONI ref. ARM/5/2/4. Index online at apps.proni.gov.uk.

1819 – Thomas Jones, freeholder in Drumard, parish of Kilmore; landlord, William Richardson. Source: PRONI ref. ARM/5/2/4. Index online at apps.proni.gov.uk.

1822-12-06 – Index entry for the will of William Jones of Corbrackey, parish of Drumcree. The document does not survive. A second index entry for William Jones of Corbrackey, farmer, is dated 1823. Source: PRONI. e-Catalogue entry online at apps.proni.gov.uk.

1824 – John Jones, freeholder in Drumgor; landlord, the representatives of Joseph Richardson. Thomas Jones and James Jones, freeholders in Ballyhannon, parish of Seagoe; landlord, Rev. S. Blacker. Source: PRONI ref. ARM/5/2/12. Index online at apps.proni.gov.uk.

1832 – William Jones, freeholder in Drumard Jones, parish of Kilmore; landlord, William Richardson. Rountree Jones, freeholder in Mulladry, parish of Kilmore; landlord, Miss Richardson. John Jones, freeholder in Drumgor, parish of Seagoe; landlord, Lord Mandeville. Source: PRONI ref. ARM/5/2/6. Index online at apps.proni.gov.uk.

The map, below, illustrates the townlands in which these households were located:

1665-1832 drumcree-seagoe-shankill-kilmoreb

References to Jones in the eastern portion of north Armagh, 1665–1832.
Source for map: 
Adapted by Alison Kilpatrick from
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