Thomas Apjohn of Treanamanagh

M, b. circa 1686, d. 1737
FatherMichael Apjohn
MotherChristian Lysaght b. c 1656
ChartsThomas Apjohn (descendant indented)
Thomas Apjohn (descendant box)
Last Edited26 Mar 2014
     Thomas Apjohn of Treanamanagh was born circa 1686 in Gortalyne, Coonagh, County Limerick. He was the son of Michael Apjohn and Christian Lysaght. Thomas Apjohn of Treanamanagh married _____ _____ circa 1730. Thomas Apjohn of Treanamanagh died in 1737.
     He witnessed the Memorial of William Apjohn of Kilduff on 27 July 1716; On Jul 27, 1716, Edward Apjohn of Dromlara rented the lands of Gortnesky and part of Dromlara from William Apjohn of Kilduff. Witnesses to the memorial are Michael Apjohn, Sadler of Limerick, and Thomas Apjohn of Ballyvoneen. The memorial does not indicate the relationship between Edward and William; however, William was probably his uncle.1 Thomas Apjohn of Treanamanagh was living on 27 July 1716 in Ballyvoneen.1 He left a will in 1737 in Treanamanagh, Coonagh, County Limerick.2


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  1. [S5] Transcripts of Memorials of Deeds, Conveyances and Wills, 1708-1929, Ireland Registry of Deeds (Genealogical Society of Utah: Salt Lake City, Utah), #10425.
  2. [S6] William P. W. Phillimore and Gertrude Thrift, editor, Indexes to Irish Wills, 1536-1857 (Dublin: Public Record Office, 1909-20), vol III, p. 1.