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William St. John, of St. Johnstown, gent.; Sheriff of Tipperary 1612 & 1620

Male Abt 1553 - Aft 1620  (~ 68 years)  Submit Photo / DocumentSubmit Photo / Document    Has 19 ancestors and more than 100 descendants in this family tree.

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  • Born abt. 1553  Ireland, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Publication or Record Date 4 Aug 1601  St. Johnstown, Tipperary, Ireland, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Patent 6564 (5255) pgs. 274-276. Wm. St. John, of St. Johnstown, gent.; provisions same as in patent 6466.

    Source: Fiants of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth I (1558-1603) -17th Report 10 Mar 1885 by Ireland Public Record Office; https:/​/​play​.google​.com/​books/​reader?id=_&8203;lURAQAAMAAJ&pg=GBS​.PP5  
    Fact 1 30 Nov 1609  Tipperary, Ireland, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    532. Commissions of Surrenders and Sale of Lands on Defective Titles. [Nov. 30.] S.P., Ireland, vol. 227, 165.
    Note of commissions granted upon the commission of surrenders and sale of lands upon defective titles, but not returned into His Majesty's High Court of Chancery:—

    Catherlogh: William Birne Fitzpatrick, of Moyle.

    Roscomon: Donell M'Skally and others.

    Catherlogh and Kilkenny: Piers O'Ryan, of Stowally, and others.

    Wexford: Art. M'Dermot Cavenaghe and others, inhabitants of the Murrowes.

    Mayo: Piers Barret, of Balleassakille, and others.

    Catherlogh: Garrald. M'Murtagh Cavenaghe.

    Meath: Walter Skourlock, of the Frayne.

    Kilkenny: John Archer, of Kilkenny.

    King's County: Hugh O'Dempsye.

    Tipperary: Redmond Magrath Milerus, Archbishop of Cashel.

    Kerry and Desmond: Donnell M'Cartye.

    Roscommon: Brian Oge M'Dermod, of Carrig M'Dermod.

    Wexford: Dermot M'Morrish Cavenagh.

    Westmeath: Edward Nugent and others.

    Wexford: William Browne, of Molranckan.

    Westmeath: Brian Magohegan and others.

    Wexford: Sir Richard Masterson, Knight, Patrick Peppard, and others.

    Down: Glasney M'Aghelly Magennis and others.

    Armagh: Sir Oghie O'Hanlon, Knt.

    Kilkenny: John Cantwell, of Cantwelscourt.

    Limerick: Richard Fitzwilliam Bourke and others.

    Tipperary: Philip O'Kenedye, of Casteltowne; John O'Kennedy, of Lackye.

    Cork: Owen M'Teige Cartye.

    Limerick: Theobald, Lord Baron of Castelconnell.

    Tipperary: William St. John.

    Limerick and Tipperary: Teige M'Oughney O'Mulrian, William O'Mulrian.

    Galway: Hugh O'Kelly, of Clogher.

    Tipperary, &c.: Turlagh Magrath.

    Limerick: Edmond Baggott and others.

    Sligo: Donnell O'Connor, of Sligo.

    Cork: Edmond FitzJohn Gerrald, of Ballymartin.

    Commissions granted and returned by virtue of His Majesty's said commission of surrenders, but have not passed the great seal:—

    Mayo: Owen Maly, of Caher-ne-mart; Sir Tibbot Bourke, of Ballincarrowe.

    Kilkenny: Robert Grace, alias Grace of Corstowne [Courtown].

    Mayo: Walter Bourke, of Turlagh.

    Cork: Donald O'Donnevan, alias Donnevan, James White, John Happell, and John Carew.

    Roscommon: Sir Hugh O'Connor.

    Cork: David Lord Roch, Viscount Fermoy.

    Galway: Teige-ne-bully O'Flahertye.

    Limerick: Dominick Roche.

    Wexford: Sir Richard Masterson, Knt.

    Dublin: James of the Shanganagh.

    Mayo: Sir Th. Bourke, of Ballyloghmaske.

    Westmeath: Tho. Hopp [Hope], of Mollingarre.

    Galway: Morogh Namoyre O'Flahertye, of Bunnowen.

    Petitions exhibited for passing of grants upon His Majesty's commission for sale of His Majesty's lands, but have not passed the great seal:—

    Westmeath, &c.: Sir Fran. Rushe, Knt.

    Kildare: Nich. Wogan, of Rathcoyffe; John Foster, of Dublin.

    Dublin, &c.: Thomas Bath, of Dromconragh.

    Meath: Nich. Sedgrave, of Ballyhack; Donogh, Earl of Thomond; Dean and Chapter of the cathedral church of the Blessed Trinity, Dublin; Walter Sedgrave and Richard Sedgrave; Philip Conron and Rob. Kennedy; Milerus, Lord Archbishop of Cashel; James Delahoide, of Moygaddye; Rob. Ball, of Dublin, alderman.

    Pp. 3. Endd.: "Survey and sale of lands, &c."

    https:/​/​www​.british-history​.ac​.uk/​cal-state-papers/​ireland/​1608-10/​pp318-326 
    Publication or Record Date 16th Century  Tipperary, Ireland, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    ... their followers, did take of William St. John feloniously 18 salmon, of Power Turner 7 salmon, in the King\'s river. And they present that ye said Philip did take feloniously from Ro. Canton a cow with her calfe.

    The Presentments of Juries of the counties of Kilkenny and Wexford, &c. pg. 55-56 
    Publication or Record Date 16th Century  Tipperary, Ireland, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    And that ye said Alexander [Roche] did take feloniously of William St. John a plough horse.


    The Presentments of Juries of the counties of Kilkenny and Wexford, &c. pg. 54 
    Publication or Record Date 16th Century  Tipperary, Ireland, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Item, ye said Jury present that Hammond Stafford of Balleconnor, gent. tooke William St. John feloniously in the King\'s highway, and imprisoned him in his owne house; and the said Hammond took feloniously in ye King\'s highway from Walter Cooke 3 markes of money, of ye which he made restitution of ye whole summe to ye said Walter Cooke.

    The Presentments of Juries of the counties of Kilkenny and Wexford, &c. pg. 56-57 
    Publication or Record Date 16th Century  Tipperary, Ireland, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Item, ye said Jury present that Patrick Haye, son to Gerald Hay, did take feloniously of Wiliam St. John his wife and of his servant in ye highway to ye valew of a noble.

    The Presentments of Juries of the counties of Kilkenny and Wexford, &c. pg. 51 
    Residence Oct 1612  St. Johnstown, Tipperary, Ireland, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    o MS. 11,044 #25 Papers relating to the liberties and regalities of the County Palatinate of Tipperary. With a few items re Co. Kilkenny and Wexford 1530-1713: Thomas, Earl of Ormond. Warrant William [Sent John] of Skaddanston to be Sheriff. Oct. 1612

    \\\"Ormonde Family Papers\\\" (PDF). National Library of Ireland. Retrieved 4 November 2014.  
    Residence Nov 1620  St. Johnstown, Tipperary, Ireland, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    o MS. 11,044 #58 Papers relating to the liberties and regalities of the County Palatinate of Tipperary. With a few items re Co. Kilkenny and Wexford 1530-1713: William St. Johns bond as sheriff of Tipperary. Nov 1620 
    Died aft. 1620  St. Johnstown, Tipperary, Ireland, UK Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Age ~ 68 years 
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    Person ID I105551109  St. John Origin and Ancestry DNA Database
    Last Modified 16 Dec 2018 

    Father Ancestors John St. John, of St. Johnstown, gent.
              b. abt. 1485, St. Johnstown, Tipperary, Ireland, UK Find all individuals with events at this location
              d. aft. 1543, St. Johnstown, Tipperary, Ireland, UK Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 59 years) 
    Relationship Putative 
    Mother _____ Edmonds 
    Relationship Putative 
    Children 7 children 
    Family ID F398633    |  Family Chart

    Wife _____ Butler, daughter of Pierce Butler ???
              d. bef. 1611 
    Children 5 children 
    Last Modified 25 May 2018 
    Family ID F4946    |  Family Chart

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    Link to Google MapsBorn - abt. 1553 - Ireland, UK Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsPublication or Record Date - Patent 6564 (5255) pgs. 274-276. Wm. St. John, of St. Johnstown, gent.; provisions same as in patent 6466. Source: Fiants of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth I (1558-1603) -17th Report 10 Mar 1885 by Ireland Public Record Office; https://play.google.com/books/reader?id=_lURAQAAMAAJ&pg=GBS.PP5 - 4 Aug 1601 - St. Johnstown, Tipperary, Ireland, UK Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsFact 1 - 532. Commissions of Surrenders and Sale of Lands on Defective Titles. [Nov. 30.] S.P., Ireland, vol. 227, 165. Note of commissions granted upon the commission of surrenders and sale of lands upon defective titles, but not returned into His Majesty's High Court of Chancery:— Catherlogh: William Birne Fitzpatrick, of Moyle. Roscomon: Donell M'Skally and others. Catherlogh and Kilkenny: Piers O'Ryan, of Stowally, and others. Wexford: Art. M'Dermot Cavenaghe and others, inhabitants of the Murrowes. Mayo: Piers Barret, of Balleassakille, and others. Catherlogh: Garrald. M'Murtagh Cavenaghe. Meath: Walter Skourlock, of the Frayne. Kilkenny: John Archer, of Kilkenny. King's County: Hugh O'Dempsye. Tipperary: Redmond Magrath Milerus, Archbishop of Cashel. Kerry and Desmond: Donnell M'Cartye. Roscommon: Brian Oge M'Dermod, of Carrig M'Dermod. Wexford: Dermot M'Morrish Cavenagh. Westmeath: Edward Nugent and others. Wexford: William Browne, of Molranckan. Westmeath: Brian Magohegan and others. Wexford: Sir Richard Masterson, Knight, Patrick Peppard, and others. Down: Glasney M'Aghelly Magennis and others. Armagh: Sir Oghie O'Hanlon, Knt. Kilkenny: John Cantwell, of Cantwelscourt. Limerick: Richard Fitzwilliam Bourke and others. Tipperary: Philip O'Kenedye, of Casteltowne; John O'Kennedy, of Lackye. Cork: Owen M'Teige Cartye. Limerick: Theobald, Lord Baron of Castelconnell. Tipperary: William St. John. Limerick and Tipperary: Teige M'Oughney O'Mulrian, William O'Mulrian. Galway: Hugh O'Kelly, of Clogher. Tipperary, &c.: Turlagh Magrath. Limerick: Edmond Baggott and others. Sligo: Donnell O'Connor, of Sligo. Cork: Edmond FitzJohn Gerrald, of Ballymartin. Commissions granted and returned by virtue of His Majesty's said commission of surrenders, but have not passed the great seal:— Mayo: Owen Maly, of Caher-ne-mart; Sir Tibbot Bourke, of Ballincarrowe. Kilkenny: Robert Grace, alias Grace of Corstowne [Courtown]. Mayo: Walter Bourke, of Turlagh. Cork: Donald O'Donnevan, alias Donnevan, James White, John Happell, and John Carew. Roscommon: Sir Hugh O'Connor. Cork: David Lord Roch, Viscount Fermoy. Galway: Teige-ne-bully O'Flahertye. Limerick: Dominick Roche. Wexford: Sir Richard Masterson, Knt. Dublin: James of the Shanganagh. Mayo: Sir Th. Bourke, of Ballyloghmaske. Westmeath: Tho. Hopp [Hope], of Mollingarre. Galway: Morogh Namoyre O'Flahertye, of Bunnowen. Petitions exhibited for passing of grants upon His Majesty's commission for sale of His Majesty's lands, but have not passed the great seal:— Westmeath, &c.: Sir Fran. Rushe, Knt. Kildare: Nich. Wogan, of Rathcoyffe; John Foster, of Dublin. Dublin, &c.: Thomas Bath, of Dromconragh. Meath: Nich. Sedgrave, of Ballyhack; Donogh, Earl of Thomond; Dean and Chapter of the cathedral church of the Blessed Trinity, Dublin; Walter Sedgrave and Richard Sedgrave; Philip Conron and Rob. Kennedy; Milerus, Lord Archbishop of Cashel; James Delahoide, of Moygaddye; Rob. Ball, of Dublin, alderman. Pp. 3. Endd.: "Survey and sale of lands, &c." https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-state-papers/ireland/1608-10/pp318-326 - 30 Nov 1609 - Tipperary, Ireland, UK Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsPublication or Record Date - ... their followers, did take of William St. John feloniously 18 salmon, of Power Turner 7 salmon, in the King\'s river. And they present that ye said Philip did take feloniously from Ro. Canton a cow with her calfe. The Presentments of Juries of the counties of Kilkenny and Wexford, &c. pg. 55-56 - 16th Century - Tipperary, Ireland, UK Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsPublication or Record Date - And that ye said Alexander [Roche] did take feloniously of William St. John a plough horse. The Presentments of Juries of the counties of Kilkenny and Wexford, &c. pg. 54 - 16th Century - Tipperary, Ireland, UK Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsPublication or Record Date - Item, ye said Jury present that Hammond Stafford of Balleconnor, gent. tooke William St. John feloniously in the King\'s highway, and imprisoned him in his owne house; and the said Hammond took feloniously in ye King\'s highway from Walter Cooke 3 markes of money, of ye which he made restitution of ye whole summe to ye said Walter Cooke. The Presentments of Juries of the counties of Kilkenny and Wexford, &c. pg. 56-57 - 16th Century - Tipperary, Ireland, UK Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsPublication or Record Date - Item, ye said Jury present that Patrick Haye, son to Gerald Hay, did take feloniously of Wiliam St. John his wife and of his servant in ye highway to ye valew of a noble. The Presentments of Juries of the counties of Kilkenny and Wexford, &c. pg. 51 - 16th Century - Tipperary, Ireland, UK Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - o MS. 11,044 #25 Papers relating to the liberties and regalities of the County Palatinate of Tipperary. With a few items re Co. Kilkenny and Wexford 1530-1713: Thomas, Earl of Ormond. Warrant William [Sent John] of Skaddanston to be Sheriff. Oct. 1612 \\\"Ormonde Family Papers\\\" (PDF). National Library of Ireland. Retrieved 4 November 2014. - Oct 1612 - St. Johnstown, Tipperary, Ireland, UK Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - o MS. 11,044 #58 Papers relating to the liberties and regalities of the County Palatinate of Tipperary. With a few items re Co. Kilkenny and Wexford 1530-1713: William St. Johns bond as sheriff of Tipperary. Nov 1620 - Nov 1620 - St. Johnstown, Tipperary, Ireland, UK Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - aft. 1620 - St. Johnstown, Tipperary, Ireland, UK Link to Google Earth
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