Lombard Family Papers

Repository: National Library of Ireland

Identity Statement

TitleLombard Family Papers
Archive ReferenceIE DuNL MS/49,545
Web Link to this Entryhttps://iar.ie/archive/lombard-family-papers
Creation Dates1355-1912
Extent Medium23 boxes


Creator(s): The Lombard family of Cork

  • Administrative History ↴

    The Lombard family held land in Cork from the fourteenth century, but the Lombardstown estate was mainly purchased by James Lombard [d.1652] ca. 1620. The estate contained lands in Gortmolire, Lackandarragh, Brittas, Glantane, Curragraigue, Lackaroe, Ballyfinn, Shanakill and Donore. The family also had substantial holdings in Cork city.
  • Archival History ↴

  • Immediate Source Acquisition ↴


Content & Structure

  • Scope & Content: The Lombard family of Cork ↴

    This collection contains family and estate papers of the Lombard family of Lombardstown, Co. Cork. The estate papers comprise a large collection of deeds including conveyances, mortgages and leases, as well as a series of rentals and estate accounts. There are a small number of maps and surveys. Amongst these deeds are property transactions for many other prominent Cork families including the Tyrry, Goold, Lavallin, Skiddy, Coppinger, Water, Miaghe [Meade] and Barrett families. The Lombard family papers contain marriage settlements, wills, legal and financial papers as well as a small collection of correspondence.

  • Appraisal Destruction ↴

    Permanent Retention
  • Arrangement ↴

    These papers are arranged as follows: I. Estate Papers II. Family Papers

Conditions of Access & Use

Access Conditions Access with a valid National Library of Ireland Readers Ticket.
Conditions Governing ReproductionReproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.
Creation Dates1355-1912
Extent Medium23 boxes
Material Language ScriptEnglish
Finding Aids An item level catalogue is available online Archive Web Link →

Allied Materials

Related MaterialFor related materials see NLI MS 5,909-5,910.

Descriptive Control Area

Archivist NoteDeirdre Collins
Rules/ConventionsISAD(G): General International Standard Archival Description. 2nd ed. Ottawa: International Council on Archives, 2000.
Date of Descriptions41743