"There were three different categories of grantees, English and lowland Scottish undertakers (civilian groups, so called because of the conditions they undertook to fulfill), servitors (military officers and government officials who had been employed in Ireland), and Irish from the confiscated counties who were restored to some of the land. The servitors, who were, allowed to have Irish tenantry, were placed in the same baronies as the Irish grantees, it being considered that their military experience could be of value in such a juxtaposition
[From Hunter, R.J. ibid]
1612-1613 Survey of Undertakers Planted in Cavan, His. Mss. Comm. Rep. (Hastings Mss) v.4, 1947, p. 159-82
O'Hart, J., Irish Pedigrees, vol. 2, Dublin, 1892
Precinct of Castle Rahen
Sir John Elliott, Knight.
John Ridgeway, Esq.
Sir William Taaffe, Knight.
Roger Garth, Gent.
Sir Edmund Fettiplace, Knight.
Walter Thomas, and Patrick Bradie, Gents.
Cahir McShane O'Reily, of Cornegall, Gent.
Barnaby Reily, of Nacorraghes, Gent.
Shane McHugh O'Reily, of Ballaghana, Gent.
Thomas McJames Bane (O'Reily), of Kilmore, Gent.
Philip McBrien McHugh O'Reily, Gent.
Owen McShane O'Reily, Gent.
Bryan O'Coggye O'Reily
Mulmorie McOwen O'Reily
Hugh Roe McShane O'Reily
Philip and Shane O'Reily, brothers
Shane McPhilip O'Reily, Gent.
Shane Bane O'Moeltully ), Gent.
Edward Nugent, Gent.
Owen McMulmorie O'Reily, Gent.
Hugh McGlasney (O'Reily), Gent.
Shane McPhilip O'Reily
Precinct Of Clanchy
Esme Stuart, Lord Aubigny (son of Esme Stewart, the first Duke of Lennox)
William Bailie, Esq.
John Raleston, Esq.
Precinct of Clonmahone
Sir Oliver Lambert, Knight
Joseph Johnes, Gent.
John Russon, Gent.
Anthony Atkinson, Gent.
Mulmorie McHugh Connalagh O'Rely, Gent.
Gerald Fleming, Esq.
Hugh McBrien O'Reyly, Gent.
Edward Nugent, Gent.
Christopher Nugent, Gent.
Edward Nugent, Gent.
Philip McTirlagh Bradie, Gent.
Precinct Of Loughtee
Sir Richard Waldron, Knight
John Fishe, Esq.
Sir Stephen Butler, Knight
Sir Nicholas Lusher, Knight
Sir Hugh Wyrrall, Knight
John Tailor, Gent.
Precinct of Tullaghgarvy
Sir Thomas Ashe, Knight; and John Ashe, Gent.
Archibald and Brent Moore (brothers), Gents.
Captain Richard Tirrell, Esq.
Mulmorie Oge O'Reylie, Gent.
Mulmorie McPhilip O'Reilie, Esq.
Hugh O'Reylie, Esq.
Terence Braddy, Gent.
Morish McTully, Gent.
Thomas Braddy, Gent.
Connor McShane Roe O'Bradie, Gent.
Henry Betagh, Gent.
Precinct Of Tullochonco
Sir Alexander Hamilton, of Endervicke, in Scotland, Knight
Sir Claude Hamilton (his son), Knight.
John Achmootie (brother of said Alexander)
John Browne, of Gorgeemill, Gent.
Precinct of Tullyhaw
Sir George and Sir Richard Greame , Knights.
Hugh Coolme and Walter Talbott, Esq.
Nicholas Pynnar, Esq.
Bryan McPhilip O'Reyly and Edward Rutlidge, Gents.
Thomas Johnes, Gent.
John and Connor O'Reilly, Gent.
Cahir McOwen (O'Reilly), Gent
Cahell McOwen O'Reilly, Gent.
Donell McOwen (O'Reilly), Gent.
Owen O'Sheredan , Gent.
Cahill McBrien O'Reilly, Gent.
Mulmore McHugh McFarrall O'Reyly, Gent.
Donough Magauran, Gent.
Hugh McManus Oge Magauran, Gent
Breene Oge McGauran, Gent.
Mulmorie McTirlagh O'Reily, Gent.
Felim, Brian, and Cahir, sons of Hugh O'Reyly, late of Ballaghaneo
Tirlagh McHugh McBryan Bane O'Reylie
Bryan McKernan, Gent.
Donnell McFarrall Oge McKernan, Gent.
Callo (or Calvagh) O'Gowne (or O'Gowan), Gent.
Shane McCabe, Gent.
Wony McThomas McKernan
Donill Backagh McShane O'Reyly, Gent.
Bryan McShane O'Reyly, Gent.
Hunter, R.J. "The English Undertakers in the Plantation of Ulster, 1610-41" Breifne Vol. 4 No. 16 1973-75, p. 471-500.
Landowners in the Barony of Loughtee. Acreages are in statute measure. The accompanying figures, given for the undertakers, indicate the size of forfeited lands as granted.
Sir Hugh Wirrall
Sir Nicholas Lusher
Walter, Thomas and Patrick Brady
Hugh McGlasney [O'Reilly]
Mulmory oge O'Reilly
Tirlagh McDonnell O'Reilly of Killagh
Mulmory McHugh Connelagh O'Reilly
Shane Bane O'Moeltully
British Grantees who were not undertakers
Sir Thomas Rotherham
Sir Thomas Ashe
Sir Claud Hamilton
Richard Nugent, Baron Delvin
James Dillon, Earl of Roscommon
School and Town Lands
Town of Cavan
Bishopric of Kilmore
Includes 1,320 acres in modern Tullaghgarvy barony.
284 acres granted to establish the town of Belturbet should be added.
A small portion of a Scottish undertaker's estate in Tullyhunco barony, which crosses the modern barony boundary.