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Cromwell: family and estate papers. Item 3 Public Deposited

No. 3, pages 17-20. 28 May, 16 James I [1618]. Contemporary copy; endorsement wrongly dated 18 May.Letter of James I to “Mr. Cooke,” Walsingham Cooke, eldest son and heir of Sir Richard Cooke Knight, h...

Abstract
  • No. 3, pages 17-20. 28 May, 16 James I [1618]. Contemporary copy; endorsement wrongly dated 18 May.Letter of James I to “Mr. Cooke,” Walsingham Cooke, eldest son and heir of Sir Richard Cooke Knight, has made suit to grant him the manor of Dunshaglen that lately belonged to Sir Walter Delahoide, given to Henry VIII by act of parliament; the town and lands and Roweston; the rectory of Dunboyne; the town and lands of Sering Newtown and Foyleston, part manor of Dunboyne; and the town and lands of Halton, all in cos Eastmeath, Westmeath and Dublin. Endorsed: “A copy of Mr. Cookes’s letter from the King, which I keep in case I should need a large letter and it should be denied. This letter is for a president [precedent] drawn by Sir. Fra. Blundell 1618.”
Alternative title
  • Ardglass Papers. Item 3
Creator
Collection title
  • Cromwell family of Ardglass, Co. Down: family and estate papers
Medium
  • ink
Support
  • paper (fiber product)
Language
Culture
  • Irish
Provenance
  • Presented to Trinity College Dublin Library in 2008.
Subject
Genre
  • manuscripts (document genre)
  • Documents
  • Correspondence
Shelf Mark/Reference Number
  • IE TCD MS 11353[/3]
Rights statement
  • Copyright The Board of Trinity College Dublin. Images are available for single-use academic application only. Publication, transmission or display is prohibited without formal written approval of the Library of Trinity College, Dublin.
Last modified
  • 08/05/2020
Contributors
Source
  • 0052214
Digital Object Id
  • MS11353_016

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