When the rebellion failed, both Gouldman and Goodrich were ordered to appear with halters around their necks at the court and they were to express their penitence for taking part in Bacon’s Rebellion in 1676 >> Both survived and thrived after giving due penitence.
>> As for George Nangle, his LWT index in the Dublin records notes that he was : a prominent Dublin merchant , but he was much more than that. George Nangle left a brief LWT saying Thomas and Thomas were to take care of his stuff.
The Nangles, also known as Nagles, and de Angulo before that, were a Protestant Christian (after 1640) administrative family representing the interests of the Lord of Meath — although it is unclear what their role was exactly in Ireland. Navan is northwest of Dublin, Ireland in County Meath.
The barony was not technically a member of England royals. They were an inherited administrative family since 1127, that carried out the wishes of their benefactor the Lord of Meath, a Norman royal peer family since the conquest of England by William the Conqueror.
? Why Thomas Gouldman and Thomas Goodrich were George Nangle’s estate executors is a bit of a mystery. There is a genealogy of the Nangle family from the 11th century running through today … the Nangle family remains prominent in the Dublin, Ireland area.