James Codd

Male 1608 - 1643  (35 years)

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  • Name James Codd 
    Born 1608  [1
    Gender Male 
    _UID 8D6AD8919D934EFCA5348AB925234B72FB3A 
    Died 1643  Duncannon Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I14621  Treefive
    Last Modified 19 Jul 2016 

    Family Mary Talbot,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Married Y  [1, 2
    Last Modified 12 Sep 2019 
    Family ID F4444  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 

    • Chronicles of County Wexford, being a record of memorable incidents, disasters, social occurrences, and crimes, also, biographies of eminent persons, &c., &c., brought down to the year 1877 (compiled by George Griffiths, printed at the “Watchman” Office, Slaney Place, Enniscorthy):
      'James Codde,of Clogh East, born in 1608, married Mary, daughter of William Talbot, Mayor of Wexford. In 1625, he was found seised of one Castle and 120 acres of land in Clogh East, and 60 acres in Churchtown, held by military service. He was a Captain in the Confederate army in 1643.'
      'James Codde, of Clogh East, who was killed at Duncannon, left only one child, a daughter surviving him. On the Cromwellian Distribution of 1654, Clogh East fell to Captain Richard Waddy, who very prudently married the heiress of Clogh East, and with her received all the deeds and papers of the original owner. These documents were preserved with religious care, and the last owner, the late good and beloved John Waddy, M.D., LL.D. and J.P., was proud of being able to show legal rights to Clogh Eastcastle, of far older date than any other Cromwellian descended proprietor. He died, justly and deeply lamented, and without issue 15th January, 1875.'
      It is likely that this second reference is to the same James Codde.

  • Sources 
    1. [S1928] BOK065 Chronicles of County Wexford (Griffiths, 1877), BOK065., Page 198.

    2. [S3489] BAC529 Talbott, Wadding, Lumbart, Chivers, Eustace, Sinotte, Codd, BAC529., Continuation of Some Funeral Entries of Ireland [From a Manuscript Volume in the British Museum]; funeral entries [203] entry 686 page 341.