Cromwellian Adventurers for Land in Ireland in the 17th Century

In Prendergast's "Cromwellian Settlement of Ireland" (page 72), under the heading- "Scheme for a Last and Permanent Conquest of Ireland, through a Society of Adventurers." Prendergast says:

"According to the schemes of Parliament for suppressing the Irish Rebellion (of 1641), 2,500,000 acres of Irish lands, to be forfeited, were offered as security to those who should advance moneys towards raising and paying a private army for subduing the rebels in Ireland.... The subscribers, or Adventurers, as they were called, were to have estatyes and manors of one thousand acres given to them in Ireland..." It may be observed that some of the the Adventurers were Irish, living in England, and some of them living in Ireland; but for the full name and address of each, the reader is referred to Prendergast's work.

The following were the surnames of the Adventurers for Lands in Ireland, under the various Acts and Ordinances of Subscription; commencing with the Act of 17 Charles I., chap. 33, AD 1642, and ending in 1646, when all further subscriptions ceased:

NameGiven NameDescription/Memo
DowleingCromwellian Adventurers for Land in Ireland in the 17th Century
DowleinggCromwellian Adventurers for Land in Ireland in the 17th Century