Private papers, letters and diaries: John Croker, Glannaboy, to Sir Henry Cavendish, 1758
John Croker, Glannaboy, post-marked TallowJohn Croker, Glannaboy, post-marked Tallow, to Sir Henry Cavendish, Kildare Street, Dublin expressing his suspicion that Mr Conner and Conner's brother-in-law, Mr Gumbleton, have set off for London with a view to obtaining the reversions of various leases under the Burlington family which are about to expire, including the reversion of two leases currently held by Croker.
On the back of the letter there is an endorsement to the effect that Croker was informed that it was not the practice of the family to grant reversions.
Public Record Office for Northern Ireland, Ref: T3158/1593
22 Aug 1758
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