Nugent family.

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In the aftermath of the Irish Rebellion, Robert Nugent of Carlanstown, in recognition for hist service and loyalty to the English, was granted an exemption from the transplantation to Connacht and Clare, which was part of the Cromwellian Settlement of Ireland (1652). He and Edmund Nugent of Carlanstown were able to recover the land rights during the Restoration. Edmund Nugent grandson, Robert Nugent (ca. 1702-1788), 1st Earl Nugent became a prominent British politician and was known as a poet.

From the description of Nugent family papers : Personal and family papers, 1589-1875, (bulk 1653-1788). (Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens). WorldCat record id: 122564758

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associatedWith Graggs family family
associatedWith Knight family family
associatedWith Nugent, Edmund, fl. 1661-1703 person
associatedWith Nugent, Robert, person
associatedWith Nugent, Robert, fl. 1653-1661. person
associatedWith Nugent, Robert Nugent, Earl of, 1702-1788. person
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England
Great Britain
Ireland
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Marriage settlements--Great Britain--18th century
Tyrone rebellion, 1597-1603
Catholics--17th century
Inheritance and succession--Great Britain--18th century
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Active 1589

Active 1875

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