murder of Thomas Douglas Bateson, County Monaghan, 1851

by Michael McMahon

Publisher: Four Courts Press in Dublin, Portland, OR

Written in English
Published: Pages: 68 Downloads: 72
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Subjects:

  • Bateson, Thomas Douglas, -- d. 1851.,
  • Landlord and tenant -- Ireland -- Monaghan -- History.,
  • Murder victims -- Ireland -- Monaghan.,
  • Trials (Murder) -- Ireland -- Monaghan.,
  • Monaghan (Ireland) -- Social conditions -- 19th century.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementMichael McMahon.
SeriesMaynooth studies in local history -- no. 67
The Physical Object
Pagination68 p. :
Number of Pages68
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19811759M
ISBN 101846820081
ISBN 109781846820083

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Monaghan, was murdered as he returned on foot to Castleblayney after visiting the estate's model farm at County Monaghan. The murder sent shock waves from Castleblayney to Westminster.

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Monaghan, was County Monaghan as he returned on foot to Castleblayney after visiting the estate's model. THE MURDER OF THOMAS DOUGLAS BATESON County Monaghan, Michael McMahon (Four Courts Press, ), pp 72, black & white illustrations, ISBN Price This is one of six short books published in murder of Thomas Douglas Bateson Maynooth Studies in Local History series in - the series editor is Raymond Gillespie.

The author is. In some instances such as the Templetown estate eviction often resulted in murder. In the murder of the agent Thomas Douglas Bateson (see right) was something of a cause celebre thrusting Monaghan into the national spotlight.

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Two brothers, Owen and Francis Kelly, who had nothing to do with the murder, were successfully defended by Issac Butt. ‘Craven subserviency had vanished. Bitter hostility had arrived’: agrarian violence and the Tenant League on the Ulster borderlands, –52 - Volume 43 Issue - Kerron Ó Luain.

The Murder of Thomas Douglas Bateson On 5 DecemberThomas Douglas Bateson, a magistrate and landagent of Lord Templeton's estate in north Monaghan, died at Rule's hotel, in Castleblayney, as a result of injuries received when he was attacked on the previous evening, a short distance from the town.

Because they were not taken under a broader Irish Republican umbrella, many of their murders were committed for personal gain, or arose out of local disputes, or were motivated by sectarianism. One of their early victims was Thomas Bateson, 46, a land agent and magistrate, who was attacked on December 4th,at Killygola in County Monaghan.

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Two brothers, Owen and Francis Kelly, who had nothing to do with the murder, were successfully defended. The Murder of Thomas Douglas Bateson, County Monaghan, Michael McMahon by Michael McMahon.

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