Thomas de Bermingham
Thomas de Bermingham was an Anglo-Irish lord who died in 1375.
Little is directly recorded of his term. One of the few mentions occurs in 1373:
Mac-an-Pharson Mac Feorais [Bermingham] was slain by Turlough Roe O'Conor, with one stroke of his sword, in Conmaicne [Dunmore] (after they the Berminghams had acted treacherously towards him, as he was coming from Conmaicne Cuile), and afterwards made his escape, in despite of his enemies, by the strength of arm, but severely wounded. Andreas Mac Kenny was afterwards put to death by them the Berminghams, he having been left with them by Turlough,—when they had acted treacherously towards him,—as a hostage, in whose ransom they might demand what they pleased.
- The Abbey of Athenry, Martin J. Blake, Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society, volume II, part ii, 1902
- The Birmingham family of Athenry, H. T. Knox, J.G.A.H.S., volume ten, numbers iii and iv, 1916-17.
- The Birmingham chalice, J. Rabbitte, J.G.A.H.S., volume 17, i and ii, 1936-27[clarification needed]
- The Second Battle of Athenry, Adrian James Martyn, East Galway News & Views, September 2008-April 2009
Rickard de Bermingham
|Baron Athenry||Succeeded by|
Walter de Bermingham