Between 1630 and 1680 the Talbot family of Malahide, presided over
by John Talbot, achieved a remarkable feat: they survived. Despite
all the problems of rebellion, civil war, and land confiscation
this small north county Dublin family, Catholic in their religion
and old English in their political allegiance, managed to retain
the bulk of their estates. In addition they also developed these
lands, which were centered on the village of Malahide. This is the
first detailed study of how a Catholic pale family both managed
their lands in a time of crisis and succeeded in transcending the
crises of mid seventeenth-century Ireland.
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