Shows how the Welsh, as well as the English, were colonisers in Tudor and early Stuart Ireland.They were able to use their influence to dominate local government and obtain civil offices for themselves and their ... In north Ulster the Bingleys and Vaughans used their military positions to gain posts in the government of Counties ... Similarly, in north Connacht Maurice Griffith and Roger Jones evolved from constables to civil governors in Carrickdrumruske and Sligo, ... Trevor (County Down) all served as custodes rotulorum for their adopted counties: TCD, MS 672, fols 174a89v.
|Title||:||The Welsh and the Shaping of Early Modern Ireland, 1558-1641|
|Publisher||:||Boydell & Brewer Ltd - 2014-09-01|