We are interested in Hodson
because they were landlords of Flanagan
in Kilnamanagh, Co.Dublin.
- Sources yet to be consulted:
- Not relevant:
- Hodson deed, 1813,
book 701 p.431 no.480933.
- Hodson deed, 1816,
book 704 p.15 no.482350.
William Hodson, born 1721,
of Green Park (or Greenpark), Tuitestown townland
(some distance W of Mullingar
), Mullingar par, Co.Westmeath.
He mar 1stly and had issue:
- Sir Robert Hodson, 1st Baronet, born 1747.
mar 2ndly to Harriet Hutchinson [dau of Hartley Hutchinson] and had issue:
- Hartley Hodson, born 1759.
mar 1stly to Elizabeth Copley.
mar 2ndly, 1794, to Mary Hodson.
Lived at Old Connaught, Oldconnaught par, Co.Dublin (just across county border from Bray, Co.Wicklow).
is a lease from Hartley Hodson
to Edward Flanagan, of Green Hills, Co.Dublin, farmer,
of the property in Kilnamanagh
then occupied by the said Edward Flanagan.
Hodson is listed as of Wilfort, Co.Dublin
(Wilfort House was in Oldconnaught townland in Oldconnaught par).
is a deed from Hartley Hodson
of Green Park, Co.Westmeath,
and Mary his wife, to Denis and William Flanagan, of property in Tallaght parish, Co.Dublin.
died 1839, age 80 yrs.
Green Park, Co.Westmeath, on
1829 to 1842 map
Property of Malone as at 1901.
House demolished c.1930
[Houses of Westmeath]
Oldconnaught townland, in Oldconnaught parish, Co.Dublin, on
1829 to 1842 map.
Shows Old Connaught House, Wilfort House
and Wilfort Cottage.